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I: DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF OHIO Subscription $1 per Year No. 32 GREAT RUSH OF EQUITYTOBACCO When Houses Open In HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913. to these elements, restore order nnd YOUTH CONFESSES WANT LARGEST establish tho workings of justice In the States. CLOCK IN U. S. A BRUTAL CRIME Tho formality of political recogIn all likelihood will fall to nition, the Administration of President-elec- t Wilson. There would hardly bo time Says He Killed Consumptive at Timepiece Invented By Louisville for negotiation In tho remaining few Man Is Offered For Sale Hickman to Secure His days of President Tnft's term of office. In tho event HUERTA HEAD OnEPUBLIC President Madero Forced to Resign In Mexico. Nine Days Battle Has Cost Hund- miles of road In the eastern part of tho county, around Ensor, at his own expense; and tho Inhabitants of the neighborhood are expressing their gratitude In no uncertain terms at tho public splrltcdnrss of Mr. Cook. Ho said that tho drag was doing everything for which It had been CENTERTOWN. Ccntertown, Feb. IS. The Center-tow- n Mercantile company's store was destroyed by flro Sunday night. Esq. J. C. Jackson spent a part of last week In Indiana. Mrs. ,CecIl Calvert, who has been sick for some time, Is no better. Several farmers from this section attended tho Equity meeting at Hart ford last Friday. Tho Klmbly mines, first below town, which have been closed down for several weeks on account of the recent high water have resumed work again. Mr. Wade Ross, who has been HI for some time is no better. Quite a crowd of tho younger set from here attended the basket-ba- ll game at Hartford, last Friday nljht. Dr. Frank Tlchenor of Hartford, was here Saturday. Mc that Ambassador Wil- Money. Hickman, Ky., Feb. 18. Declaring that with tho aid of Jesso Bunton, of Dukedom, Ky., he killed John Ritchie Saturday night here and robbed him of $110, which Ritchie, a consumptive, had saved for tho purpose of paying his way West, C. O. boy, Is In Shelby, a nineteen-year-ol- d jail here, and the officers are looking for Bunton. According to tho story of Shelby, who Is known as "Dick," ho and Bunton had planned by mall and telephone to kill Ritchie Saturday night. Bunton, he said, had not been In the city for some time until the night of tho murder, when tho two succeeded In tolling Ritchie up tho railroad, where they crushed his head with a fourteen-Inc- h bar with a heavy nut on the end of it, and then threw, his body over a thirty-foo- t bluff into the river. Ritchie's body was found at S o'clock Sunday morning and as soon as the discovery was announced a great crowd was attracted to tho scene of the killing. Among those in the crowd was Shelby, who gave DO cents to a fund which was raised on the spot to hunt down tho murderer. Officers learned that Ritchie was last seen in company with Shelby, and a search was made of Shelby's rooms, where bloody clothes were found. Shelby was at once arrested and taken to police headquarters. As soon as he was confronted with the evidence he broke down and confess ed. He at first contended that ho was alone In the murder, but later im plicated Bunton. Fcnrlng mob violence, tho officers took Shelby to Paducah for safe keep ing. According to Shclbgjs story he got $5oohd a gold watch, while Bun- !ton got $50 In gold. Ritchie's homo was in Jackson, years Tenn. He was twenty-seve- n old. Bunton, the alleged accomplice of Shelby, Is eighteen. At $3,500. Lean County. Enough Registered toKeepHouse Busy Until March 3 At Owensboro. Owensboro, Ky., February 20. AnEquity society ' nouncement fo the that deliveries would begin In McLean and Hancock counties was re ceived with a great deal of joy. From re reports received from Calhoun, and Sacramento, every pound of Equity tobacco in McLean county must have been loaded on wagon and ready to start to market. At Calhoun tobacco was registered that would keep the receiving station fully employed until March 3. The same state of affairs exists also in the two other points of the county. The Hancock growers, too, were ready and rushed the markets to their limits, and then registered for positions. Much disappointment Is expressed at Reeds, la, the edge of Henderson county, at the announcement that no tobacco would be received there (or the Equity pool. The American company, which bought the tobacco in that section, has no house at that point, and it will bo necessary to deliver the product at Owensboro. Owensboro was crowded to tho limit Wednesday with tobacco. Both of the associations received heavily and a good share of the unpledged crops was brought in. Some few loads were sold at auction, and ft good representation passed over the loose leaf house, which held Its regular sale in the afternoon. The Equity receiving plants are congested, and have sufflclentrfoaliSK registered to keep them occupied until Friday evening. The Green-rive- r deliveries aro more fortunate, a they have more houses at which to ' unload. DON'T ask us to give you tho $8.00 worth of ware with a MAJESTIC RANGE after our Demonstration Week, as that special offer ap plied to that week ONLY, February 21th to March 1st. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. , PEOPLE WHO KNOW are going. Llv-ormo- reds of Lives Many Amer- icans Were Killed. Gen. Vlctorlann Ilucrta, commnnd-c- r of .Mexican federal troops Tuesday night ended tho rcglmo of Madero when he placed the President And hid brother under arrest and h M " was proclaimed temporary President of the Republic. Disposition or Madero has not been lly determined on, but It Is prob- Ablo that he will be exiled. The plan ttuggested Is to escort him to Vera Cruz and there give him his choice of bIiI is Balling to arlotis countries. With the seizure of Mailcro and Ms brother and other high officials of stato the censorship of the cable was lifted and the carnage of the last nine days Is ut last temporarily ended. While tho American State Department breathes freer there U yet the worry of reconstruction days, but this probably will be left for .the administration of President-elec- t Wil- son to bear. Meantime the marine force will bo sent to GUantamo, Cuba, to await developments. The nine days' battle has cost hundreds of lives and thousands have been maimed. Among the dead and wounded uro many Americans. The property damage will easily reach $35,000,000. Tho only danger of a renewal of co'rifllct now lies with the smaller i"ycc8 of malcontents In the northern Actions of tho country. From this section Americans are fleeing across the" boundary,, to . Texas, and other Co .nandcrs of small forces In tho Northern section of the countrj have 'expressed dissatisfaction with the compulsory resignation of Madero and say they will continue the fight. They furnish the problem of the new administration. Uucrtn lins been officially commissioned by the diplomatic corps, thus officially establishing his status in the eyes of the Powers. Tho provisional president and Diaz aro contcrring on plans for a union of their forces. HUERTA HEAD OF REPUBLIC. Washington, Feb. IS. With the Kovcrnmcnt of President Francisco I. Madero fallen and Gen. Vlctorlano Huer'ta proclaimed President of Mexico, it devolves on American Ambassador Henry Lano Wilson at once to treat with tho do facto Mexican government for protection of Americans throughout the republic. Polltlcnl recognition of the government which emerged tonight out of the travail through which .Mexico has passed during the last two years, mt"U be a slower proceeding. But with iWioral Americans killed, and many wounded by bullets of tho contend-Ing'Torcin Mexico City, with hundreds wounded and thousands rendered homeless because of the slaugh-it- h and carnugo which have resulted from tho short range firing in the of tho city, Mr. Wilson's tlrst duty will bo to treat with tho nuw President for amelioration of tho conditions Imposed upon Americans and other foreigners, especially since the revolution entered Its last stages. While this Govrenmcnt will take no concern over tho choice of a successor to President Madero such a successor will have to demonstrato his ability to maintain stable government before political recognition will bo accorded him by tho United es State. son's term as representative of tho capital United States In Mexico's should close with the Administration which sent him there, It would first bo necessary for the President of tho United States to appoint his suc cessor. This diplomat, when properly accredited to the Mexican government, would be In a position to further Incidental to tho tho negotiations Mexican recognition of tho new regime, when that government has demonstrated its ability to enforce the law. Tho news tonight found this government still firm In Its policy of nonintervention and unwavering In upon a moment's Its preparation, notice, to strike an agrcsslvo blow for the defense of American citizens should occasion jet demand It. Although the change, which, it Is believed, will bring relief from the Intolerable conditions following in the wake of ten days of bloody fighting, was welcome to those who carry the burdens of state. Official Washington had no comment to make on the outcome. Dispatches from American Ambassador Henry Lane Wilson, confirmed the salient 'features of Madero's fall and Hucrta'a rise to power, but State Department officials withheld their opinion. No one sought, however, to conceal satisfaction in tho assurance of protection to life and property, which the reestabllshment of order in Mexico City would bring to the thousands of Americans and other foreigners for whoso safety this Government Is responsible before the world. Although the step which would have sent American soldiery Into every Mexico had not been taken, tho branchy of, .the defenslvo arm-o- f service was organized to its highest efficiency. Tho word of command was all that was necessary to send troops across the border from the Texas frontier, or to land bluejackets and marines from the six warships already swinging at anchor on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the disturbed republic. Two thousand marines gathered all along tho Atlantic coast are tonight ready to sail for Guantanamo, Cuba, ' only a few hours from Vera Cruz, seaport of the Mexican capital. Every detail in fact, was In read-lnohad attacts upon Americans, as such, forced this Government td pursue the policy which officials hopo will not be necessary. ss . Among the Lodges. de-gr- co Hartford Lodge No. 675 F. and A. M. will have work In tho second next first Monday night and will also vote on Important amend s. Every member ment to tho Is urged to be present. The following members of Acme. Lodge No. 339 1. 0. O. F of Hartford, attended tho burial of Brother Jesse King, at Mt. Morlah last Sun-da- ): W. E. Ellis, W. R. Hedrlck, James Nance, S. F. Riley, Jeff Ralph, Frank Black and Harvey Sheffield. Tho burial ceremony was put on In a most Impressive manner by Vlco Noble Grand Ellis, and Acting Pre lato Hedrlck. Tho Heflln Camp W. O. W. also put on their burial service. Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights of Pythias is at present doing the best work of the Hartford lodges This lodge has had degree work at every meeting for several weeks, and on last Tuesday night conferred the rank of Knight upon Attorney McDowell A. Fogle in a most Impressive manner In the presence of a States. Mexico Is today honeycombed and largo attendance of the membership. torn asunder by many revolutionary Hartford Tent No. 99, Knights of movements. The principle of these Tho Maccabees are very busy bees movement in the at, present. Work has been put on In .Are the Orozco north and tho Zapata uprising In tho some of tho degrees for the Ust sevsouth. Lawlessness has become rlfo eral meeting nights, and applications .and robber bands, masquerading as aro on hand. Tho Tent met last revolutionists hao sent terror night, Installed officers and put on through the States of Mexico from degree work. The attendance was Rio Grande to Yucatan. large. fn order to lay claim to political Salesman Wanted to look after our recognition from this government, government will demand that Interest In Ohio and adjacent counthis the new President, be he Gen. Huer-it- a ties. Salary or Commission. Address or some other, must put an end The Harvel OH Co., Cleveland, O. Louisville, Ky., Feb. IS. Jefferson county can have the distinction If It wants It of owning the largest- clock In the United States, and perhaps in tho world. The distinction and tho clock will cost $3,500. H. C. Korfhage built the clock and had it on exhibition at the Armory during Home Coming Week. The clock cost him $2,500 to build and as It has practically been a loss of time and money ho has decided to sell It now that he has tho opportunity. Tho Kansas City Auditorium and the San Francisco Exposition have offered to purchase the clock. Secretary W. E. Morrow, of the? and Denny B. Commercial Club Goode, Assistant Seecretary of the Loulsvlllo Convention and Publicity League, heard of tho offers and suggested that tho clock be kept in Lou isville, Inasmuch as It was the Invention of a Louisville man. When the Fiscal Court meets to day Mr. Goode and Mr. Morrow will ask the members to voto an appro priation for the purchase of the clock and to place it at the North end of tho Armory, where it can be seen by persons entering the building. It Is planned to remove the Ahrlne de sign (hqt now decorates it, and insert therein a new one. The clock is built in the form of a pendulum, and weighs 3,000 pounds. Its face contains 5,500 electric light globes of all colors and shows the time of day without the use of hands. If it were swung from tho fifth floor of the Lincoln Building It would just clear the street. It has 11,000 electric connections. If the Fiscal Court purchases the clock Mr. Korfhage will guarantee to keep irJrnrunnlng- - condition for five years. his YOUR NEIGHBOR KNOWS MAJESTIC RANGE uses little fuel bakes perfectly heats abundance of water 'good and bad and costs practically nothing for repairs. LET US Mr. Lon Smith for County Clerk. SHOW YOU WHY. CALL during our DEMONSTRATION WEEK, February We this week announce the candi21th to March 1st. dacy of Mr. Lon Smith, R. F. D. E. P. BARNES & BRO., No. C, Hartford, as a candidate for Beaver Dam, Ky. the offico of countyy court clerk.sub-jeto tho action of the general Strews Father's Ashes. primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. Indianapolis, Ind Feb. 17. Com Mr. Smith made the race for county request of her father, court clerk four years ago on tho plying with the Spinney, of this city, Just beDemocratic ticket and proved to be A. N. Miss Luclle Spinney, ono of the strongest men on the fore his death, theater, scatterticket In that race. His services to an actress at a local ed her father's ashes into the waters tho party for many yyears, and most yesterday. With cspeclallyy In that race will no doubt of White River late a few friends. Miss Spinney drove to make him a strong candidate In a short distance north of the city, the primary. chopped a hole in tho Ice, which she had strewn with flowers, and dropped Farewell to Cannon. Into the water all that remained of Washington, Feb. 17. President her father. Taft, cabinet officials, Chief Justice Miss Spinney said she realized that White, members of both houses of it was an unusual thing to do, but Congress, past, present and prospecthat it was as her father had requesttive, and a host of other political and ed and she could not do otherwise. personal friends of Representative Joseph G. Cannon, of Illinois, former $25 Reward $25. Speaker of the House, featured tho I hereby offer a reward of $25 for program and guest list of the farethe arrest and detention of Israel well dinner to him Saturday night. Jones, who escaped from tho Ohio Plans had been mado for approxcounty Jail December S, 1912. Ho Is imately 500 guests. It was a feast of 5 feet 8 Inches In height, weighs fun and a tribute of affection. Tho about 150 pounds, hair dark brown, program abounded with novel fea22 years of ago, lisps in talktures, merrily announced by the about W. P. MIDKIFF, ing. toastmaster. Representative J. HampJailer Ohio Co., Ky. ton Moore, of Pennsylvania. The dinner was tho culmination of planB Testing King Road Drag. laid by many weeks ago to make It Owcnsboro, Ky., Feb. 19. An earnone of the most notable banquets est effort Is being mado by J. W. over given in Washington. Cook to test out the good qualities Tho scheduled speakers Included the drag ou the county King White, of the Chief Justice President. roads. Mr. Cook has a rock road to Speaker Clark, Representative Underhim farm from Owensboro, but is Inwood, of Alabama, the Democratic terested in the upkeep of tho roads leader of the House; Secretary Nagel, his neighborhood. For the pas Postmaster General Hitchcock, Sena- in week or ten days Mr. Cook has been tors. Root, of Now York; Williams, giving the work his personal attenof Mississippi; Penrose, of Pennsyland he expressed much gratifivania; Representatives WcCall, of tion, cation at the results being accomMassachusetts; McKlnley, of Illinois; the drag plished. ' He is operating former Secretary of the Navy Hilary according to the instructions of the James, and A. Herbert, Senator-elec- t Inventor, and tho methods adopted Mr. Cannon. by tho United States government. will be The roads which have been dragged $8.00 WORTH OF WARE given away FREE with overy MA- by Mr. Cook have dried out quickly JESTIC RANGE sold at our DEMON and become solid and smooth, and STRATION one week only, Febru when they have been traveled extensively the traffic serves to harden ary 24th to March 1st. the roadbed. Mr. Cook ba's under- E. P. BARNES & BRO., taken the .repairing of about ten Ky. Beaver Dam, ct Rush Honor for Wilson. Princeton, N. J., Feb. 17. Wood-roWilson may retain an official connection with Princeton University while he Is President of the United States. Several graduates have placed Mr. Wilson's name on the nomination slips as-- an alumni member of the Board of Trustees. It is pointed out that during his Presidential administration Col. Roose velt was a member of the Board of Overseers of Harvard, and President Taft still is a member of Yale Corporation. w In The Oil Field. West 'Kentucky OH- - Co., Is preparing to "shoot" all three of their producing wells in the near future. This will no doubt greatly Increase the output, and is merely following practlco In other tho customary fields. Considerable attention is now being attracted to the North side of the river, near Beda,, as geologists and oil men believe that the crest of the anticlinal extends in that direction. Bad luck has again overtaken the drillers of the Rough River OU and Gas Co., on the Weller farm, in the breaking of a stem, and a fishing job will delay work Indefinitely. Drilling Is progressing rapidly In the Wood OU Company's well on the Cox farm, where a thick layer of sU'ale has rendered the drlllng comparatively easy for several days. Largo number of oil men are now In Hartford and since the advent of good weather leasing has taken on a fresh Impetus. .1, ' Former Hartford Resident pies, The remains of Mrs. Eliza C. Duke, . who died at the home of her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. Swlndlehurst, of Livingston, Mon., Thursday, February 13, arrived In Hartford Monday morning and funeral services were conducted at the Presbyterian church by Rev. Me!I of Beaver Dam. After funeral the remains .were laid to res? In Oakwood cemetery. Mrs. Duke was born 'March 22, 1841, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jo seph Miller, Beaver Dam. She and Thomas S. Duke were united in marriage Sept'. 7, 1865. To this union were born five children, three sons, W. H., W. T. and A. G. Duke, two daughters, Mrs. J. E. Swlndlehurst and Mrs. Ida Balrd, late wife of Dr. A. B. Balrd, Oklahoma City. Two sons, W. H. and A. G. Duke, ' and one daughter, , Mrs. Swlndlehurst, survive her. Her husband, Thomas S. Duke, preceded her in March, 1898, and daughter, Mrs. Balrd, in 1907, and son, W. T. Duke, in 1912. Tha remains, accompanied by her son, Mr. A. G. Duke, and daughter, Mrs. Swlndlehurst and two children, and Mrs. Alonzo Walker, of Louisville, Sunday arrived at Beaver Dam and were taken to Mr. John H. Barnes' residence, where they remained until Monday morning, when the remains, accompanied 'by a numwero ber of relatives and friends, brought direct to the Presbyterian Church here. ser--vic- es ' For Rent. The Z. Wayne Ellis farm, containacres of fine bottom ing sixty-fiv- e land, two miles west of Hartford. Forty-fiv- e acres cleared. Good dwelling, outbuildings, twenty acres in meadow' aud flno water. For terms W. E. ELLIS, apply to The Produce Man, Hartford, Ky. Marriage License. Veller and Goldle Ross, Taylor Mines. Thurman L. Ragland and Mabel C. Porter, Beaver Dam, route 2. R. L. Dever, Sunnydale, and Eu-nlRock, Hartford. II. F. Johnson and Nola Plerson, Fordsvllle. Doland, Fla., W. B. McCormlck, and Prudle Mitchell, Hartford. Oswell Mitchell-McCormick. co -- Miss Prudle Mitchell of Hartford, and Mr. W. B. McCormlck, of Florida, were united In marDe-lan- riage Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Yeiser, Elder W. D. Wright performing the ceremony. The bride is an estimable young lady and has lived near Harthas many and ford all her Ufo friends. The groom Is a prosperous business man of Deland, and is engaged In the manufacture of turpentine. They left Wednesday afternoon for their Southern home. Special Notice. Theere will be a called meeting of the Ohio County A. S. of E. at the court houso in Hartford noxt Saturday, February 22, at 10 o'clock, sharp. All poolers are urged to bo In attendance, as this will be an. ,S Important meeting. L. B. TICHENOR, PresV l HENRY M. PIRTLE, Sec'y. " . '. wiASimiliifmfm U. ,JA STYLISH rtVOrcXJDMER PLUSH AND MORE SET SATIS-fACTTOR- SOME TIPS FOR THE HOSTESS Suggestions That May Prove Helpful In Entertaining Guests at a Party. A PROTECTS THE SHIRT FRONT1 COUSIN FANNIE'S HAT Useful Article May Also Be Used as a Chest Proteetor When Weather Warrants It. A THAN CHEAP FUR. Jrrtslllgsnt Needlewoman Can Rf.c Stj Effective Set of Scarf and Mulf and Include a Hat if Sne Cnooses. Pilgrim rug party Is the very Dy SUSAN LYNCH. fVcsjf latest fa J shades of our crandraoth-ers- ! Do you suppose unJt'r the disWhen Aunt Rachel came to sec us guise they would recoeaiie the old moI rap carpets, which adorned every one day last week noticed the certainly turned ment she stopped out of her automoroots? Time has a millinery box backward in Its f.iRht. and the older bile that she had the fashion the newer, more It seems to b. The hf-aiai'. ' tyle of ra may somewhat resemble the old rap ear-pbut the evju.sitely moves ones of blue and white, zrce and whit aad prea and pink are such artistic thins. that their relationship to the jlebelan rac carpet is remote. ave la the method of preparing tha Material. and as Only cotttc fabrics are la the olden day. a pound act - aif aquar balt weaves Into a rue of yard In Sw. Well, now for the party Such sa affair was riven recently for a bride-elec- t, and the cards said "thimbles." so the eirlt were prepared to sev:. They found plies f dark dnim strips ca; about an inch wile. These war sewed together aad wound into a bard n t, made plushes Imitate Jtors v aatowss fully and are to much taaf cheap skin that thoy itaran emu into hlph favor. Also the aad nuS ar- - plain teMMtlf aw M uaa adapted ;o these material. isvonifent neaie wcmaa caa it t aw herself an e5i.vuve set va-- ; of carf and rauff and Include Ml U M tnooses. sv.cwn la Uie !.! jrftry T flMflaa ' not effectively doTelepeA In-- mtmt broadtail, m! or sealskin tasax. 5het lamb woo! makes the Miitfactory ncS bed And two DtMts wSl make the fahionaW muff. -- r er very smau. iMd mutt b covered with taus- l.ivtan are made of soft silk as jtuta And chtSon putts and nsf-Jkam son.ptiinei added by way of but ate really not esen-ahaftwian i "I .., 'r. V i w::h tassels d . IK frogs arc '3 rrXf W8 cl ufM- Rf'i st ud. Ml lre -0 r- b;i t- ecat hr OB-i- lit - . r srh a se- may be rr ai oat. and a cuirter to ' ' tg Then tl.re zt a pile of white - p Whs:: these were Snlshed there v?s materia: enough for a complete rug By the tir--e refrshraents were served the strips wrr sewed. The cost cf vosvic; is very small. -- NEW IN SPORTING CRAVATS Flannel Stock Is the Latest Thing and Looks Very Smart an'd Business-Like- . tri. Among: the new sporting cravats Is shovn a 3annel stock, which seems to meet many requirements, and looks very smart, and basiness-likat the .VSBaBaBaBaB same time. The model I saw was of flannel, but of the pale lemon-coloreBBaBarBaBaBaBaBB; finest and thickest kind, looking, inBVBatBaBaBaB, deed, almost like a face cloth; the edges were simply stitched, and it was tied oace across and fastened, to keep it in place, with two little buckles and straps underneath. The upper length of flannel s then held down BTBaTBaTBaTBaTBaTBTBaTBaTBaTBTBTBll by a plain gold safetypln..and the disaTBaTBaTBaTBVBaTBaW.BaTBaTBaTBTaTal tinctive note was that both the long and short end In front were cut up ia e a kiad of triage, almost like the of a sportlag shoe. The soft black silk or satin stock for sporting wear is being brought very much to the fore Whatever happens to us under other conditions, it seems that as sportswomen (in the winter, at all events iwe must cover our throats, and, the stiff liaen collars being somewhat restrictiag to go back to. after all our late freedom, the stock. whether it be silk, satia or flaaael is to th? a kiad of half-waTsKlt "Von?. accoriiEt: house in this matwearer The short ter btvM: xif nsvnu art Kore cosvezlest aid quite cs leccer cses c?r caA-)i- s S & iRasssg hats for thee sets small EVENING CAP WITH aJc.-w- r it c2bvcb asd orly a portion es" tiw viiae Is cohered with plush. crown or brim employs SSI&cr i mt tsmvi ats" fabric nase possessisp a well tail-esZlAS soa-- c jron may complete her f&iozt v.tt such a set sad ?o fenh e Hit mcsbmI as to her y.vrat the Saishm; touch fifi. . e gzy or a corsage rcss ofti Tv 'Sit: irfijtt of cood sty!?, as t.zj ijude very aide oaly three Qa!tVso iiT a yard Is aeeded for a e aLaRUlaBaH d UBBBaH AaflLalaBaBaHl JBaBaBaBaBaBaHl ' ton-gu- ti y EAR-RING- vi r &Z.&S!9 ti?i-- JULIA 30TT0VLEY. BM3: ID atrticfd METALLIC EFFECTS StajC.eTn tiv-ruti- ami Fancies Latest Fad of in Fashicns Season. bar itaaslaed that there 'najKktv: iers Uely to happa than thi. ccai t metallic effects, for it is tkj' loas since they were "ui tue fwefroct of fashion to MmUi aii2r rvtum a most unlikely ar glittering Amraxiz. Vet hrce Jucnt. a ;rer with cloth of sold - Tting attire, and brocades Aw r.aivr 2X wtlh gold making som of ii- - icoh: elegant of the toques and onyta! into that are worn oa the .stress. Coii laoj is also a millinery ftiivrrveems worth meatioaicg. vau iu rctng m favor of metallic raamiu; aaoag the more rt rtie season's details is that Avr " chiefly ccaSaed to the more za.-uisuf-a3f- ii w--e ( Jr u .- itt Paris fashion's lastest edict is an evening cap of green taffeta covered over with heavy lace, which in turn is studded with scintillating beads. At the sides, above the ears, lace and beads are gathered into a rosette from which are suspended three clusters of beads to represeat the long droops ing now so mcch in vogue. ear-ring- ef-in- rfasJj atu&ias a" of sold ts to be &cr 3s.uiwell asform of large seea. plain the (ull-gron- a roses. fashion's ie Faricii wjgaoadbBss Kocosfaa is the ereat favorite for Isj;e" wenlng coats of fur. collars of lace and tulle nr. Sinai; vrimmed with very narrow 'S3 .ARM f fur Oacr?n's dresses are all peculiar-"fc- j auxptle, both in white and colored sutt tabrics. 5sre cf the new chlifoa blouses luxm ioe stocks which turn over, 3ci"i?aisrTV style. learrj of satin lined with velvet aro liceis Ked. looped at eccentric angles or- - Sin aisrw small toques. C2! sold brocade lined with blue-tsaatd trimmed with skunk fur nra&sz a lovely combination. soaa made of thin, are lovely when bordered ovia MiK2ivxi or sansdown. liTioiincw of delicate, cobwebby Unary, ivftea headed with a single Una saT tonBbuiU. aro being Introduced on Njimalnx gowua. t -- Some Attractive Gowns. Flesh pink niaon over white soft satia composes a charming evenlag sown. A Greek ispect is given it by che straight overskirt. ending exactly m:day between the waist and feet. There is a border to this and a border oa 'he lower skirt precisely alike, aad -epreseatiag tulips rising from a leaf design A smaller form of this embroidery borders the bodice and the end of the kimono sleeve. The whole !s workd in pink and 3ilver oead. aad there is a neat folded belt sf pink sata and silver ribbon. The l'ne of the Ixviiee remains as Ast season, carried well up over the top of th arm and quite distant from the Edwardian law bodice la this p-d with her. I ran to the door to let her in. and as I offered to relieve her of th packape she said In a manner that was snlppr. to say the least: "Not for you Lucile. One In a while some one else must be remembered." There are times lin I find Aur.t Rachel very trying, but one has to make allowance for the peculiarity s of the rich relatives, and I alna t It my duty to overlook any remarks she miks The but ie brought wa a perfect dream Sle said a.-- milling r had r her to buy it against her bet'- - -u lament, and ea she tried It n Vfore her own m'rror she fnlt raor- 'has ever that the Ion?, drocplr.i white plume and ht:" pink roe Wf re too youa? for her. So she decided to giv it to Cousin Fannie. It va a'nost pathetic to see poor Cousin Fannie In that hat. She has not the st or carriace to wear such romantic finery. So as ?oon a Aunt Rachel loft the house I Scindly offered to relieve her of It. I'll eive you $3 for that hat." I said, "anil then you can buy herself a nice, sensible little turban that will be of some real use to you." "Why. Luclle." interposed mothpr. "how can you offer $." for that hat when you must know that the plume alone must be worth at least 'hV I said no more, for I was hurt that mother should receive so ur.graclousl my desire to help Cousin Fannie. That afternoon, while she and Cousin Fannie were at a meeting of their church guild. I decided to make a few- - calls I dressed In my pink and white marquisette and then, just for fun. tried on Cousin Fannle's new hat It was so tremendously stunning with my frock that I simply had to leave it on. for it was most satisfying to my artistic taste. Everywhere I "went that day I could see the hat created quite a sensation'. As I was going home late in the afternoon I happened to meet Canby Fuller, who is now living in a bachelor apartment near us. "You are a symphony in pink and white." he said admiringly as he urned to walk my way. "Neapolitan ce cream couldn't begin to look as xwl and refreshing as you do." "lee cream!" I exclaimed. "Do you mow. Canby. I've been making calls nearly all this hot afternoon, and In not one house have I been offered mytbing cold to eat or drink?" "You poor little thing" laughed "iiby. "If it wcren' so near dinner :ma and if the clouds In the west i.da't look so threatening I'd insist pon takinc you over to Demonet's. he new place wher really and truly ices are served." "Well I iasist upon going." I gaylv "1 m sure it's not going 3 rain " But it did rain, aad rain hard as e a -- re gotnc home. Canby felt dread-.Iabout my wetting but I assured :m that my gown was tubbable. and .hat it didn't matter about th- - hat. always And that nothing increases a girl's popularity wuh man friends more than the faculty of making light 3f little annoyances aad accidents. "You are 3imply dreached." cried mother as I ran into the house. Aad you've actually got on Fannle's iaf It's a perfect sight!" caught "Fm afraid, mother that I've 'old." I said. "I feel awfully shivery., Will you please have Tilly bring me" some hot coSeer" "Oh. Luclle. I hope it won't go to your lungs." said mother. "Don't worry, dear, for I'm sure I'll happened to observe ia the glass for mother Is always foolishly anxious if I have the least ailmeat. After I had removed my wet garment and eaten the dinner that mother brought me on a tray I determined to repair the damage done to Cousin Fannie s hat. I took the feather off and curled it with a penknife over the gas Jet as I had seen grandmother do to her bonnet tips when 1 was a little girt As I stood before my dressing case be all right." I answered, so'htngly. the becoming disorder of my curls and i: gave me an idea for a new- - coiffure. I was so much interested that for l moment I forgot the plume in my hand, and then I was startled by the odor of burning feathers. Of course the plume was ruined. Somehow whenever I try to be especially helpful or economical some mish3? Is sure to occur When mother told Aunt Rachel how sorry I was about the unfortunate accident all she said was that she should think mother would feel that she had lived la vala. It is simply cruel of Aunt Rachel to say unkind things to my dear mother. d.s-preed y but It Is an extremely useful one for It not only protects the shirt front from being soiled, but also forms a nice warm additional coloring for the ohest, and, In fact. It is a little extra wrap that can be worn at any shirt front protector Is no new-Idea- , COURIER - JOURNAL For 1913.. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the yA III )fl n.-- N. r rV"VhV1 $ V VJ V' a. imf .i- - xls iX COURIER- - JOURNAL WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL &8SSVB9 time under a coat, for It very cs.Iy AND For evening dress. It shou'd bs m e at'a and r. J on tho ;nner side w.tb soft wh:i- - s.'.K As mado 'rem a chest protector it almost any remnant ef warm mator.al and the darker the color, perhaps the .It better, as It will soil less Quick! can be lmed with flannel and bound at the edses with narrow ribbon Ore hook and ee sewn on in front at the neck will be sufficient to Veep it ia place, or a tiny button and loop of cord can be used instead if preferred. of black quilted 1 rut oa. canj HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for $ 1 . 5 O. 5( NOVELTY IN SUGAR SPOONS Filigree Silver Is Not Only Practical. as but It Ornamental Well. Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journa- l SI. 00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journ- al Yl Sugar spoons of filigree silver may seem like an absurdity but aone the less they are practical as well as ornamental for the lace like design ts so close that the saccharine grains do not sift through its mesh. Sometimes the handles of these delicate spoons are also of filigree but again they are of plain silver or gold, when not of Russian enamel or carved Ivory Gold sugar spoons are considerably in combi-natio- n with this paper. To Get Advantage of This used, although that metal unless there Is an entire dinner service of it is not popular for table furnishings. The gold spoons sometimes have handles of the two precious metals singled or of Russian enamel trimmed with gold. Similar handles are oa ivory-boled sugar spoons and thse often are most elaborately carved. Spoons of this beautiful white material occasionally have handles of crstal but these, although lovely, are rather to wield when at the table of an acquaintance, as a careless movement is likely to shatter them nerve-racking Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to ;! ' Courier-Journa- l. - THE DAILY NEW RINGS FOR NAPKINS Ends In Obleng Affairs With Squared-Of- f Among Latest Novelties Table Furnishings. LOUISVILLE: HERALD Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. Obion? aapkin rings with squared-o- 3 ends are anions the novelties In table furnishings. They are developed in silver and gold, decorated with an engraved pattern or repousse pounded into an Oriental desiga aad la carved Ivory or painted celluloid. These oblong rings are found cheek by Jowl with the holders of circular type which. Instead of being rather ponderous a lairs, are now decidedly narrow and rather sparsely decorated. They also lack the rolling double rims e which distinguished such ring3. Not especially substantial yet wonderfully attractive are the napkin rings of ailgree silver. Of the most delicate design and irregularly-edged- , they lock when drawa over a roll of damask like a tracery In frost. If carefully handled they do not bend out of shape or break, but it is necessary to use extreme deliberation in the cleaning of them. erst-whll- NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news. The Herald's special features make among Louisville newspapers. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in the Herald entitled: pre-eminent K For the Little Girl. A sensible garment for a little girl for all the year round Is a rain cape. This is so made that it reaches to ths hem of the dress, and the little hood is attached, and is worn "Red Riding Hood" fashion Small "Teddy bears" decorate the little brass buttons, and the plaid silk iining makes it quite gay. Of course, thete are no sleeves. but it is open at the side seams to allow the hands freedom. These capes are to be had In two colors, red or blue. Tiny sweater suits are still very popular for little children. They may t had In either gray or brow a Angora and white In the knitted suits. The set consists of little sweater, trousers, cap and mittens, all matching the Angora. Vogue for Net. One of the latest novelties among On Board tie Good Ship Earth k all who subscribe now. Back numbers of these articles free on request to The Louisville and Daily Herald The Hartford Republican Both One Year for Only i Tii iv Whits Evening Gloves. The newit of white evening glove3 ire slwhed above the elbow several times, and wide satin ribboa Is run through ia ttats to catch the evening ;own. Thss serves a practical purpose as well as a merely frivolous ind pretty one. for gloves that have n wcrn on two or more occasions soon becia to ia? at the top. and with hese ribbons can be kept la plaee jud drawn tight to the arm. Many valrs of the latsst long white gloves ire fastened with dull pearl clasps. hlch resemble pearl beads, and are rerr charming. o-- Encouragement. "Do you think." inquired Rev Mr. Snodgrass, "that my revival serricca are having any practical effect" "Yes, some," acknowledged Deacon Southpaw; "the last sugar I bought of Grocer Smith was only two ounces short." Llpplncott's. the lovely laces aad the dainty robe of broderie Anglalse for the slender pocketbook is the coarse net. The wardrobe can have nothing prettier than one of the pretty slips of string colored fisherman's net and lace. The course net may bo mounted over a color, but It is really smartest when its foundation is of the same tone, Financial Gossip. and this serves as a relief for last street, speak- Bummer's washed oat gown. The trimSold one man oa the ing to a friend: "Well, money talks." ming must be a heavy Venetian or "Maybe It does," answered the oth- Blmpe of filet lace, and there may er, "but all it ever sold to me waa be a girdle of black or colored Goodby.' "Pathfinder. No subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or cily whem thut paper is delivered by rumor. Subscribe Now Subscribe Now This offer is good for i fow days only. ; V :s ...- - r id HUv-aBMaaMMU- j?Aisjxrmumw i-i " vk giBBffFfc?fcZjr hi...-- - S -- """ K JMWf'w,- - . MODES OF MIDWINTER WHEM wlziRDLCUT L00SE expert sailors of salem ..l A i Compete Among Themselves In Per-- ( To Have Sailed With Doctor Bow-- I formance of Wondero at Banquet ditch Was Equal to Courao In BARGAINS FOR In London. WOMAN WHO Navigation. KNOWS GOOD CLOTHES. Tho wizards at Anderton's hotel at T)r. Nathaniel Howdltch, tho famous tho seventh annual bnnrpict of the .mnthcninticlnn, mndo four voyages In Inexpensive Freshening Will Make Magic circle, under the presidency of the ships of his merchant friend, Mr. Ncvll Maslelyne. bore themselves like Derby of Salem. Although Doctor Garments Look Like ordinary rlllzetis for the greater part Howdltch know New Pretty Design for a llttlo about actual of the evening. Their real nnd ox- seamanship, writes Mr. II. 1C. Pcabody Velvet Frock. jtraordlnnry nature ramo out, however, In "Merchant Ventures of Old Salem," 'nt Inst. The magicians began compet The best that the season lina to ing among themschen In tho perform- he was one of the world's greatest authorities on navigation. At sea he offer In being shown and bolnR worn ance of wonders. used to Instruct tho crew In naviganow, and ono really does get admlrnblo Cecil Lle started hat trimming by bargains now in the shops If ono magic, causing an ostrich plumo nnd tion, until nil hands, even down to knowH bow to buy nnd can rrPHhcn up somo white fox trimming to drapo the cook, understood the art. Ilcv. handsome inodtlr. n trifle shopworn Itself on nn untrlinmeil hat without Alexander Young. In his memorial disfrom handling. Many women who the agency of human hnnds. Chris course on Howdltch, tells an amusing Incident of the voync tf ks JLstrca know good clothes, but can never Hilton manufactured Union Jacks afford to buy early In the Benson tbo end other lings out of plain colored II. to the Phillppliv-- r. "At Manila, a Scotchman nnmed Imported frocks which they covrt, handkerchiefs. William Dnwkes fused make n point of wnitlng until the bar- a number of billiard balls Into one. Murray aBked Captain Prlnco how ho contrived to keep his course. In tho gain Bales for these purchaBes. Herbert Codings produced out of an They usually makf a point, too, of empty scaled envelope replies to ad- faco of tho northeast monsoon, by buying such things as may be made to vertisements taken at random from n mere dead icckonlng, without the uso do duty all the year around, and that dally newspaper, while Dr. Herschell of lunars. It was a common notion at is an easy matter In this day when carried out a series of unennny tricks that time among Hrltlsh seamen that Mirer fabrics are used for winter as with cards. In an Interval, when the tho Americans did not know how to work lunar observations. for summer. normnl telgned for a time, Miss S)bll "Captain Prince told Mr. Murray Naturally frocks of the Mild ?re no: Goodchlld sang one' or two songs. Imso reduced In price ns are the rogu'.v mediately afterwards, however, tho that he had a crew of twelve men, tlon winter garments whose tenure in magicians recommenced competing every one of whom could take nnd limited, and whoe lines may be ou one against the other in bewildering work n lunar observation as well, for all practical purposes, ns old Sir of fashion before another winter; but exhibition!) of magical skill. Murray was one can pick up pretty afternoon that evening Isaac Newton himself. this, and actuIt was frocks nnd evening gowns nnd coats dress, so far ns modern magicians nro perfectly astounded nt at great reductions, nnd though tlies" concerned. Is a mere deception. Even ally went down to the landing placo one Sunday morning to see this knowmay be a trifle sliopworn, a very without the wand, tho pointed shoes llttlo inexpenblve freshening will and the cabalistic signs upon their ing crew come ashore. Doctor Howmake them look as well as any frock clothes, there are unquestionably ma- dltch was present at this conversawould after a single wearing. And tion, nnd as Captain Prince says, sat gicians still. London Telegraph. one does get the modlshness, and. 'aa modest as n maid,' said not n word. but held Ills slate pencil in .his nbove all, tho line, the cut, which the AND QUICK DEATH mouth." frock or cont cheap from tho start TOUCH To quote again from Mr. Young: dors not have. The Vehet, rnstltmnn nml fmnlra- ..,. 'Theater Owner Mourns Sudden De "Captain Prince says that ono day ..v..- nm , "" .. mise of HIb Friend, the the supercargo said to him, 'Come, wining me oesi 01 me seasons Press Agent. This winter's lines nro bo Incaptain, let us go forwnrd and see dividual, and, In many cases, so exwhat the sailors are talking about, treme, that holding winter models Jako Tannenbaum, who owns a big under the lee of tho longboat.' They over to another season would be haz- theater in Mobile, goes to Now York went forward accordingly, and the ardous business for tho merchant. two or three times a year and there captain was surprised to find the r el vornen heMtato to buy vxclin-ivImeets n lot of his friends. Ono sailors, Instead of spinning their long iDch'Jg fcr the same ressoi. f hiR before he had left his hotel for n vnrns, earnestly engaged with book, stroll on Ilroadway, n press agent slate and pencil, and discussing the who had met him in Mobile rushed in high matters of tangents and secants, and engineered a swift touch. altitude, dip and refraction. Two of "Mr. Tannenbaum." he said breath- them in particular were disputing lessly, "I've got to have $'.!0! It's a very zealously. One of them called maVer of life nnd death. I.ciid mo out to the other, "Well, Jack, what that twenty, will you?" have you gctV "mats nil veiy well," repilcil Tan-- 1 "I'o get the sine,' was the nenbatim, "but when do I get it , "nut that nln't right; said" the ) "nl give it back to vou at 2 o'clock other. 'I fcay it is the cosine' tliis afternoon," the press agent At Salem it was considered the him. highest recommendation of a seaman "Hut will you?" that he had sailed In tho same ship "Mr. Tannenbaum. I'll give it to with Toctor now ditch. That fact you at that tlm if I'm alive." ilone was often ufnciont pioeure The theater owner handed out the for him an officer's berth. Youth's j money. Companion. At 2.10 that nftoninoii Jako waJkni down Wrosdvray. displaying on his ' coat sleeve a tremendous bnnd of FRANCE'S NEW AERIAL FLEET crape- Th!re were toara In ins eye, and if Niobe had been ljvlng ho Governnent Spends" 0o,0C0,C00 This Will Year on Flylr.g Squadron-anwould have mado her grief look like a Gpcr.a More Next. fit or laughing hysterica. "U'3 i sad thing." lio lamqntcd. The Trench government has spent "I'm all broken up. A young friend of mine, a prewi a'gont whom I knew $5,00D,0.I0 this year on Its aerial llotil-la- s and is planning the expenditure vi 11 In Afoullp. died some time before S ;; o'divk Popular next year of $G.090.000 more. Each this afternoon. squadron will consist of eight maJ iLMagazlr.o. chines divided into pair3: two mono-v. x r UT m wmm-- ' . i: H wis 'Kix: planes, two biplanes," two multiplanes, fcj . j I iHt" it Eternal Fltnec of Things. and reserves composed of a. monoA person wMi a Highly developed L artistic nature always reminds me ot plane and a biplane. On the lirst day of last March the hoee strings ltavu ( boon f a violin 'strum? up too tight." This is rathe: government had thirteen squadrons of ,ja homily manner o: putting it, but i' this kind, elsht In active practice and 'any of niv readers iiave ed, or are Pie In reserve, representing a total at now residing, with any one who lus- - lOi airships, but this number was considered too small and it voted to ', 'i senses this trrit, tliy will more than double it with utmost speed practicji likely recognise the poiut of reaesu- '" able. bluuee. To each squadron bolons nlno autoA llttlo strain or a sudden harsh noto is apt to "let down tho whole mobiles. Thirty centers of aviation 'thing,' nnd tho music of tho nrtlst's nro to ho established, in each one of lifw will bo a discordant measure, just which will be a school for tho training from tho effects of ono false noto. of aviators nnd a deflulto point of Should tho pewon but havo tho power centralization and departure for each to uso a little good tasto and com- squadron will bo fixed. Tho separate squadrons will bo mon sense n'.ong wIMi their gojiiiw, then tho strain will amount to nothing manned by seven Dllpts.muo of whom tho notes will sound clear and sweet ahovo the humdrum of lifeand the harmouy will go on and on, to brightand tho prices must bo made low en tho lives of all others. Woman Finally Recovers Every living being has a placo to enough to temi t customers into buyFrom Nervous Breakdown fill, and, if they choose,, they can "fit" service still ing for the three-montImpoverished nerves destroy many ahead. I loth In the Binall shops and that placo so that their'llves will complete) nnd beautify tho pattern which' people before their tiine: Often beIn tho largo department stores excelfore a sulTcrcr realizes what the Creator designed. lent bargains in velvet nnd velveteen an trouble is, he is on thcvvcrge of a garare offered, and hi complete nervous breakdown. It Hununea. ments as well excellent opportunities n W"Camp life," said tho returned war is of the utmost importance to keep nro presented nt this time. t yonr nervous system in good connua jiuk wuuuui ua dition, as the nerves are the source Ihivlim cloth costumes at a sale (juiix'bi'uiiuuui, go nbout Itl dlsagrceablo features. Frequently wo of all bodily power. Mrs. ..Anna Is an art. Ono needs to Kounz, 2ii Mechanic St., Pueblo, according to n system, and not bo led missed meals because thecookee Udldn't know the range. Often our Colo., says: away by fancy. If ono is buying "For many years I suffered from merely for this winter's use, ono has ineuis coiiEisieu oi not mioi serveu liberty; ono buys what is modish and on the half shell. Even coining back nervous prostration; I was mwk' to do any houca -- rik ana doctors becoming and of suitablo price. Tho on tho transport we couldn't get up to very ejttr'emo models nrs usually tho card games becauso tho ship had only failed from nelp me. Remedies I druggists did not do tried most reduced for obvious reasons, and a quarter deck. Even the men's wages me a particle orgood. A neighbor a certain type of woman revels in suffered, for when our boat landed wo told my husband about wero docked." spectacular effects. The managing editor looked at him Dr. Miles' Nervine Hut, as has been indicated, there sin withering bcorn, then transferred and he procured a bottle. After the . nro frocks tkat are not spectacular him to tho Wall street office. , first few doses I sljowed a marked nor. extreme, but merely of distinc"This," help you to improvement and after taking two materials, which curb "your he said, "will tively cold weather stock of miserable puns." bottles 1 was cnlirely cured.' 1 have nro marked low. been perfectly well for years and In the onopleco frocks for aftercannot praise Dr. Miles Nervine Impression Made. noon wear there nro many pretty do It was snowing hard, and the teacbi too highly." cloth, though cr sought to impress upon her charge signs, both lupdlk and If you arc troubled with loss of appctitc.poor digestion, weakness, velvet plays a conspicuous rolo. A tho advisability of avoiding colds. inability to ileep; if you are in a velvet frock, which is to bo worn un"This is tho time," she said, "whei run ilowa condition and der a fur coat, thould bo so'ected with boys and glrlB should be.vecy carefuli general to bear yourpart of 'the a bodlco almost entirely of sheer ma- wlille outdoors. I bad a darling little unablegrind daily of Iu'e, need someterial.. Under tho long fur coats brother, eight years old. Ono day he thing to strengthenyouyour nerves. which are so much in voguo this win-to- took lils new sled ami went outjto You maynot realize what is the mattho frock of charmeuse, meteor, play In tho snow. That evening," beter vith,Y"i, but that is no reason taffeta or other lightweight silk is the fore going to bed, bo comp'alned of why yqu hmld delay treatment. ' comfortable nnd practical for severe pains In his chest. The next most Dr. Miles' Nurvi :e . dressy wear, with tho useful flno sorgo morning ho grow worse, pnnutnoula if? disvalue .in " frock for rougher morning set In, qnd two Inter he died d'3 tbnt followed "this has pro en thirty jci"., .11ins orders for incuts wear. Such frocks nre being offered Tho (ecn silence a tricl,- - no in i,r l ov many pther nt reduced prices in all tho shops. talo was finally broken when, nn agremedies bav idled to'lic'p you." Sold by ill If i rn bottle gressive looking youngster In the rtnr falls to benefit your money l returned. btood up and Inquired: ,,t "Where's his sled?" Collier's Weekly. MILES MEDICAL CO., Clklurt, Ind. i Ghop-Worn self-evide-uar-gainmorn-vrtctcr. rcas-'sured ' i 11I is the captain. The othar officers will bo four sergeants, one of them an adjutant with the training of a englr.ter There will also be forty-fou- r men. Harper's Weekly. Charles V. a Heavy Eater. Montagu's Italian habit of waking at wen to drink asses milk ind then polng to rleep again was only a feeble rivalry of the programme of the Emperor CharleB V. At five o'clock he breakfasted on a . .1 fMt'l otjuiiiuu t. jinn, mm uresceuI .1.1- II1. CW..l.n.l in wiin sugar and spices. Then he slumbered again. His next meal was at noon, when he dined, partaking always of twenty dishes. Two suppers came later, one after vespers and the other at midnight or one o'clock, the most substantial meal of the four After meat he disposed of vast quantities of pastry and sweetmeats nnd the whole was washed down with copious drafts of beer and wine. It took forty years' of such feeding to make, not his appetite, but his taste, fall; he then began to And all food insipid. Lady m at M$J mLu $ fm $ $$ $ iFm r '"' 1 rTTWttnr t TLarrfrilm rr iiraiiatii "run iTTiT vxCiJlk itPHTT II1 H 1 I HI 'Ml actors, spent last sumn.er nt St. James, L. I., where there is a small colony of stago people. The daugh-- . ter's stage specialty Is Impersonating prominent people. She could not swim and every day it was her father's task, for two hours, to try to teach, :ier. ine jon was a nopeiess one, or at least he decided that it was, after a month of vain effort. One day, thoroughly discouraged, the father let go of the daughter's-belt- . Down she went toward the hot- -' torn. As she came up nnd prepared' to scream the father ronrcd at her. "Can't you thluk of some prominent fish?" UMBRELLA ALWAYS AT HAND 1 Lending Aid. A father and daughter, both vaudc-vill- o mMmlMLm)M mmmmf Ohio County Drug .haiitkoro. - Co.B IzAv'KL vWl'UlW ky. jK mm&xpmmmmmm 9 For Small Sum, Subscriber Is Guaranteed Protection From tho Sudden Shower. The Belgians have Just founded a company whose originality will bo hard to beat. This Is tho Umbrella Lending society. The company has a capital of several million francs, and half as many umbrellas and its object is to save people from the trouble of bujing and carrying these occasionally useful but cumbersome articles about when not in actual employ. Subscribers pay ?1 a year, and are given an aluminum counter with a number. It is much easier evidently to carry a counter than an umbrella. If the subscriber is caught In tho rain all that he lias to do is to go into the nearest icstaurart, tobacco shop, or big ftore, and in return for lltlcket he is immediately furnished wltti a rcspectablo umbrulla. When the aim comes out again he enters the first similar establishment his umbrella in eschango and iiopot-'t- s for another counter. Stray Stoiies. Concerning Apple Pics. If you ask a man what sort ot pie he will take, ind ho heMtatcs a moment, he Is pretty suro to blurt out apple. That is plways a sure thing. Custard, loraon, peach, blackberry, mince', all depend; thero la always i.omo doubt as to their manufacture and the quality of the concomitants; but with apple nie it Is not so. Apple pio Is Itself; It n itns in Its own right; it suggests no doubts; it is always safe. Thereto? it will bo gratifying news that the apnle crop this year is a bumper. There will bo a yield of in;,000,000 bushels. That will make about sixty pies to every man.'woman and child In the. country; and this will give an ordinary picco of plo to every inhabitant every day iu tho year. Was thero ever a nation so highly favored that it could havo apple plo for every person every day? Thus naturo and enterprise kindly and bountifully minister to tho tabte of all the people. OWo State Journal. The Going of Ulysses. A Kansas City man said ho always preferred reddieaded office boys to any other Ulnd.'as ho had found them to be ! & & A& Avr 4 j$58mgm&&&&&5 'Mr Have You Seen the Coupon Nov in 1k w ojp ra dfttt CS.v-- . - w hH uv w !'. -' it JL.- "irt&t; Wl.Ttirt va-. v j l I F M .' i (t&zgzzznzi ... yr ms V tj a BJkMVSftWW lti U 'Iv?TsrgWaBry--T!-g5ass sj N .v. Myers Duke's Mixture mnkes rr and rolled into a cigarette' pipe smoke great nothing can beat it. It is the favorite smoke of thousands of men who want selected, pure, Virginia tobacco. r ' Carolina bright-lea- f If you have not smoked Duke's Mixture, Myers at Durham, N. C. made by Liggett try it at once. Jvich sack contains one.anci a half ounces qf tobacco thatis'equal to any ocgranulated tobacco made and with each sack you get a book papers FREE and Liggett anti-Nort- A Coupon That is a Dandy. m HP- ffli These coupons arc sood for many, valuable presents such ns watches, cameras, jewelry, furniture, ra20M, china, etc. As a special offer, during Feh- - ruarv and March onlv. we will send you our illusand address on a postal. Couppns I. trated catalog of presents trom Puie't Mixlurt may i awtltil'i'ilh tjri from HORSE SHOE FREE. JustsendusyournaiiKs , , GftAKGUR I.. I1H31.E.X 91 w8s.? if' double (torn FOUKROSC3 iWc-lcoupon), PICK HlUG CUT. FIEtX- MONT C1GARXT1ES. CL5X tlUAIli-.- l coupon taura oy ui. 3 nAlUHAklXAlV TWIST, coupon insi Its. aWAr w Wr, (J Premium Dept. yC h all-wis- e d unusually sagacious and alert; but he discovered recently that some of them are too much so. One day, returning from a short out of town trip, ho went to hl3 office and mentioned interrogatively that Ulysses, his promising was nowhere in sight, and tho stenographer replied that ho had not . . shown up. Lifting up tho last mall on his desk bo found a note addressed to him in a wry familiar, broad, ' vertical handwriting. "Dear Mr. Cross," ho said, '"please accept my resignation to take effect' yesterday. I got a better placo with less work and more pay. Respectively "ULYSSES S. G. PAKKEIt." Australia. ' a Scotsman leaves old. Scotia to riuVko his homo In some other land he solaces, his oxllo with tho mjok.of Itobert Burns' poems, and that tho Scot abroad comes to be even bettor versed in tho rhymes of the peasant poet than tho Scot who has remained at. home. It has been remarked that tho teamo is true as regards tho Englishman and Charles Dickons. W. M. Hushes, acting prime minister of Australia, goes further than this and asserts that Dickens Jiad an important Influence on A'ustra Han democracy, and through men who read Jiiro and loved, him, mon imbibed his hatred of shams'tipd humbugs, who wanted freer and better conditions, to havo somo other plac'e to look to than tho workhoubo, had mado Australia what It is today. Dickens In ST. LOUI3. MO. 4Ltyf rjWj&m7 Make Rare Fish Catch. The I.oulsvlllo Evening Tost or .Monday says: A rare cateli was mado in tho Qliio yebterday by Coburn Brothers, n fishermen, when tliey sturgeon ami hooked a Tho brought him safely to shore. catch was rsnmrkublo both for variety and size. Tho sturgeon is a fish that fceldwn frequents those watem and never in sizes of hundred pounclti. The fish may bo put on exhibition at one of tho uptown fish stores. well-knowid AW It is.sald that whim 'ilteLamp Oi'ttikgi KotMns Is.moro Important in tbo iiomo than clsar, Insure-- thla by caverns tho Oil i'?t uurns Clear aiu vvUUOut a flicker uoks clean last drop. rnnsjtvaali crude oil refilled to j)orr-lau- C'osts no mm a than tho p.tves HOHTiX kind cave WOIIK svf eye. Your dealer lias tiOUl'f 13 Ofi. in barrels direct frooi cvr w orlu. stej-J-tljlto-thUcX-wsuon &SV3S yes-- Kiir a sixain Unlmemt VU wUI ilnJ CiAmber-laln- s r, xcllwni. U lUlujs U.' pain, rtmou'S tli sjikhrw, wvi cT'i rvntorus !," lart ,v a iinU.w ooull-tlo- i. a'J !3 ajuI J oiU 1jhU'J8 tor . by AM 1 filors. v 'llifv If o. one-piece- VWVJ,. from ilr!. Q, J. ilfUM'n, jlui, V., ,wto in a inufcVMT of tlttiMii narjl v eliillwti. Mif. ilajCii nu,iw ii ii wl 8Jil b Ctas. C. SfoB Louisville. 015 SCy.' Cfe 3)14 V 'irwiiJM the-roo- 3f U& J.ffr'' U U J, t( a'A r ih. .'f-Will Ta)W V MSUIUJI' ! t IrfJ SX1 by 3JL V iS jiiM-s i! rUK iiinl!pjjt an wj bv I Refinery at Warren, VX-sUl tho rc!cbrafcI "Ko - Carl" A"to Oil. -- 4 Riiiinltr:in 10 to M h Southern States' representation In lUrtforo. Kj.. n.miitl mMtrr ot lh KMrtisI nrr.vr.ltii I'o.toWf fotul C. M. BARNETT. J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS RAMEY E. DUKE. J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS ANDPH0PUIETORS. ! Addraas all comtnuntcatioi.e Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS nit rtt to A tVW .i.ttft. tli ... ... This is the whole story In a nut- ,..,i-.j- .i imwnu..: tii higher 'shell. The fanner wants mimi. m tot rtmnJ .,rc t.je wage-in.wants higher rwoiiritra sinrirt ,Bw.wotrT.ifiVTr.t.. wilt rr.Mir no 'wages, tho storekeeper wants hUuer , Anorrmon. commsnh'sttoiiii iprolfts. President Harrison once wli tuwioo. that a cheap coat tuaKcs a euer..i Jinan. He was right. Things are cheapest when things are depressed. Tho harc-aln counter always opens during a panto. In times of prosperity, when FRIDAY. FEHRVARY 2. wages are highest, when the fac- lories are busy, the farmer sots aside .a surplus. Yet everyone wants to Announcements. 'buy the other man's products at the lowest prices and sell his own at the for eorxTY .ttixn:. higlust. How selfish human nature We are authorUed to announce Ky.. is: Hartfonl. of T1CHKX0R candidate for the Demo- OHIO COUNTY PLANNING route 5. as a cratic nomination for the office of County Judge of Ohio county, subject to the action of the General The Republican Executive ComPrimary. Saturday. August :. 1S13. mittee of Ohio county met in Hart- together with ,ford last Saturday, FOR COFXTY COl'RT CI.EKK. ajanv o, thc wM aad u,,.H,rtlH, We are authorised to announce l.0. M. ,n the ,aM jridentlai smith, of Hartford. Route f. as a election, and considered plans for candidate for the Democratic nomi- a union ticket for county officers, nation for the office of County Court to be voted for at the Xovember Clerk of Ohio county, subject :o the election this year. The meeting reaction of the General Primary, Sat- sulted in the adoption of a set of urday, August 2. IMS. resolutions which will bo submitted Progressive to a meeetlng of the FOR JAILER. Executive Committee of Ohio counWo are authorised to announce C. ty, which has boon called to meet T. Tl'KXEK of Hartford, Ky.. as a In Hartford Saturday, February 22, candidate for the Democratic nom- at 10 a. m. ination for the office o: Jailer of Tho consensus o:f opion seems to Ohio county, subject to the action bo tha: if a union of the forces is of the General Primary. Saturday. brought about it will be on a plan Aaces: :. 1?IS. similiarly adopted by the Progressives and Republicans in the State to announce eof Michigan last week, whereby We are authorized JOHX A. DANIEL, of Hartford. Ky.. they took the Republican emblem as a candidate for the Democratic upon a Progressive platform. Repubnomination for the office of Jailer licans of Ohio county, almost to a of Ohio county. sub;eet to the action man, are in favor of Progressive of the General Primary, Saturday principles, and the only difference Assist 2. 1?IS- last fall was a Question of who was entitled to the nomination for suffragettes would take to dent, Tait or Roosevelt, so far as u cashing Mg hats It rould be soce-- tie local voters wre concerned. "" thlnf wwrth wnlle. The Hartfonl Herald which assumes to ho guardian '"" tlu' Kepubltcnn purtv in Ohio Co.. ! ipilck to warn tho members of that organization that the Hull Moose are about to hop all the best comity off. cm on tho ticket, b.i eventually console Itself by as- r;:p that Tuft men "won't support course the tho ticket nohow." Of i Democratic fight 1 none of our busi- nes hut wo venture tho opinion that tho Herald will have troubles of its jown in plenty before November. i I papers giving aid to the buyers by siding with them. Tho strong hint Is that the buyer wants to purchase at a less price, and the suggestion com eyed Is for a better and wider organization. , S Si Mit-- d FAREWELUDDRESS Half Dozen Writers Had a 1 8 More Shopping How Will He Do It. v'om-tnltte- .v...ik, , er J j 1- -B. THOSE APPROPRIATIONS. Havins: made a special arrangement with the publisher of the things that fail to of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE we bloviating about ecAfter all this ecme to him wbo wits is tie moser will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the onomy and Republican extravagance ke loaned to his friends. publications you ought to have. All three publications are the Democratic House has just passpublic Col. Bryan is mentioned as the ed the worst pork barrel well worth, the regular subscription price and we consider pcactMe head cf every cabinet ef- building Mil in t.e history of the ourselves fortunate in being able to offer them to you at this country. It carries $J5.vXCiO and a ts ce. very low combination rate. l Democratic member pointed out some Will the Hartford Herald please of the itea.s which will be of inter s the prominent Ball Moose who est to the voter wfco has been ac are seeking pie at the county elec- congressmen .omed :o vfir . Your Order cot. on the stump. Fittgcrald cited examples of to be "Mr. Hot. A O Stanley appropriations ich :e said were encee afraid of a little temperance not justified. evossare than he is of a whole field WeeK. 10l(lWi who "At Marion. Kr" he said, "a town oar DEMOXSTKATIOX are the supiorters ! I fill of steel magnates, of l.iST persons, the limtt of costs is would too if you KXEW Read our harmony, order and good govern ment. UxVf like Vnde Samael will some T.wV. Palntsville. Ky- - ith a pop big ad. in this paper. E. P. BARNES & BRO.. compelled to annex Mexico- - ulation of Hi, gtrts J5a. for a site. Washington then goes on to out-- 1 tiae eating that this great scholar of the In the Pennsylvania Bcaver Dam. Ky. We would much rather have it than Hodcennlle, Ky.. with a population historical re-line some of the most important feaThe Hartford basket ball team will tures which he hopes Madison would revolution had much to do with the cords. of 744, gets &.mi for a site." cme of Our other possessions. "Although this business (of correctHe went through the bill in this leave this morning for Greenville, lncorjorate, and adds: "Cnder these final polishing of the address. vvas aid de camp to WashIf Keitsv.y.e. w::h a TKvviatioa manner, mentioning similar items for Ky.. where tonight they win play the Impressions then permit me to reing so great a state pajter) had not o! T4. Cin grt jr. A. iiz a ;ublic nearly every State in the I'nion. He ' team at ttat place. Tney will be ac iterate the request 1 made to you ington during the revolution he was been hastily diiatched. yet aware n:ldiRg site wsy can; Mr Johnson as lArticaiarlT hard on veril Ten- - ! companied by Mr. C. O. tMutti at our last meeting, namely, to think one of the fraiiiers of the Constitu- - Of the COnSlHltli'tir.. rtf ciiz-n i.iii..- c something for Hartford which has aes:e items, lacludmg one in Repre- - I Hunter, w ho will act as referee, and of lhe proIvr Umt 'n4 thtk' bnt raMe;ino of lh l'ni' s,at" anJ us I sugKesttM giving it a furtlur niade Jso several rooters will I Dcre san ,vyiat.os to her seatative Austin's dis:?K. of. ,he war eaamlnatlon; but he iHamilton) aaaouaclag e ,alentlon and that a,,u "au "c n,onor OI na .declined It. Represt-ntatithe team. e Hardwjck was bitter saying h- - was fre-.- l that you prej.are the letur ifarewrtli1"r",w' . ., " w mmi iuii in uaiiuuurv nam for time and was anxious to ,.i.i in his denunciation cf the bill. .ui retij The Hartford Herald is aow ,ed in his honor. This man vvas Notice in Bankruptcy. the draft 10 the president without' '! he declared, "honestly myself my judgment has always leen , , , to tuiOn between the mora oi vvasnmgtons ana a delay." icjue m. and candidly, that this is the la tie District Conn of tie On the one hand a embarrassed. careful and truted official iu the aai Republican in Ohio Wll of its kind tver repcrtfi to an Jay agreed and tlw reviewing wai Stat for the Western District previous declaration to retire rot,,,. ., :t w:ii be tre-r-a? constj " completed at that sitting. Urn Jay AKtrvan Hosse cf Representatives. of Kentucky. only carr.es with it the appearance wrong Howevt-r- . tte Taft men is 1 do act think ttat the palmiest lears ,a,cr llie oicotts found that , wrote to the president later ludlwt but Tanlty and lathe matter of John B. Mc-'this the real reason days of Casnoaism as rotten a prop- Daniel, of Horse Branch, in tae'it may t constrced Into a manner oac of ,helr ancestors had been ask- - Ing a number of the newer thought? County of Ohio, and District afore- - to be invited to remala; and on the'0,1 to aUt ln RlnR the farewell which had occurred z Mm stuco 'io According to tie Hartford Herald osition ever came to this Kou?. said, bankrupt. other hand, to ay nothing. im;4Ies ( addrvSS u tialshing touches, and corrections had Unn nt The pusl tise Bull Moose want to lse in Ohio ere not hafkwanl In declar-- 1 dent then had the addf-- s -- ij.:etl Notice is hereby given that on tie consent or at any rate ou!d leave lhe" connty to get tie offices Well, what AlGUMENT FOR THE EKEMY. vvoicott, Jlstln-inevertimes and turuwl over to such lith day of Febroarv. A. D.. 1S13. Ithe matter in doubt: and to decline ,aB lnal xo are the ter.ty or thirty geatlemtn Is the midtt of the sard struggle s nd judge, was due grammarians as afterward might oe deemed as bad'culs:iea and rhetoricians russicj for hom yon have asaonac-v- i hich the Ohio coasty tobacco tie said John B. McDanlel duly adjusted bankrupt, and tiat t and uncandid. I would fain carry ,lhe CIV,lit of ,endlnP hi leen judge-ti- e PlekerliiK. Mellenry and Wolcott. growers are having to s?ll Ust year tn jour r7"er! e shaping of the Thus by the Joint effort of the first meeting of creditors will aj- - rjUes: to you further than isjmeal ,n tbe crop tie Hartford Herald unburdens n.ous Tliicory from tbe great wisest men of the time Washington held at tie law office of J. A.)uked above, although I am Cot. VcCrtarj mak himself of the following; gave to the nation and to the world la trying to shield hi party your compliance must add to Pvaahlnrton. Deaa. in Owessioro, Kentucky, on t- -t "Mr Thomas Gallaier. tie sot-- i J Join Jay and Hamilton labored one of the truly great state papers troai eitravagacce by Uyint the 1st day of March. A. D., 1915. roar trouble." tie d. totiacco bajer cf Belfist, : i, P. M- - at which time tie saldj" WashinEton continued taking note I the longest with the corrections of of history.-- Dr. tdase on the session of the leg- M. J. Clgraad. wo arrived ia 0eabera may attend, prove their on the addreaa aad the Madisoa draft j Washington's draft as founded on 1W OU klVVW Urure before tfct last. Both were creditor aai Henderson recently, has AVKtWt tvrfJ" verhflmir.gly Democratic. claims, appoint a trustee, exaralae vith t aanotations was handed over j Madison's version, bnt not until May- lurk tu h declared tiat the tobacco eivnxivn i!j tfsuj la wy do we find this note of ivrut or Bankrupt, and transact such oti-,t- o Jay, chief juatice of tie j 10. tie John offtred for sale at tnis season if m. . is iiv Vc Or.boro paper charge that er ouatnoss as may properly come United Sutes aupreme court. This Hamilton s among the Washington u u l.v. cf .poor csalitv and that ie does .n Oh.vo coaaty i giuag tie smaM;x befo.-v- e said meeting. wiae, diplosnaUc and judicial mind correspondence: .n,vlW) sot cart to bsy aay of it. Some usv wp- lVw to Owfntboro. This u -- o ionbt J. A. DEAN, Eave it a thorough overhauling and' "Whene last In Philadelphia you ! of the tobiceo raiser thesisejres ,hj l or C be rare te to citirer. of oar coca-Referee ln Baakrnptcy. lmeationrd to me your wish that I m iVkb' jadded many new ideas to it. have aisiittei that, takes as a 4wvit,w. iftb. CTvly ou Every body kao cia: Oveaalcro, Ky, Febmary IS, 191S. Then from tie Jay faxaUy came the should redress a certain pmr (the U f,v ..vUj by au whole, it if as inferior crop. disease fieriiL travel thi istateaent tiat tie chief justice aa- - farewell addresis), which yon had pre. There mi to te a strottj: hiat aaa tsymj ? from Owtasboro. Flying Man Fall.' of tie address. J pared. A , asted la the fraailng it is important Hut lead? to Griad Con. ia this to all tobacco rairs. It cnld take a loag time to evea 'k u wwvh, Uvr vd Vtv Ti main ssggestioa coaveyed I hare Jast receeived a new corn ' and tiea tie creditors of tie Pick- thins of tils kind should be-- done a, the score. tvoiW.iv W rairi that thtlr ti creat care and much leisure, wwvV" Jul T0 is to raise a better quality of tie mlO aad am now prepared to do tout " lu Uvi if v"1 bAoUc. ner 'eestor, Timothy Pickering. w a : touched and retouched, 1 uhmlt a """ After coafereccc beteea the asd tiea demand and staad triadias. Give xa a calL ! InUmate personal frkod of ,vrUi tiat as soon as you have tlveu x""",,, k.WM ivnJ iwt, llrJ of the ProgresMve asi tFrp WiTTFRSOV for a better price." -. t Wasilagtoa and that wfcea the Ut It the body you mean It to haw It rnn",,vx fvMi. llvit Acne's lihipva, a factions in CK rosrte Mr. Gailaier declare the wi.-tn-v ,0 IH JVW.Har). T Hartford, Ky. iter wiaied something expreased la may Uf fcrt to me," suit conveatioa coder the saxe ot '. t"ba.o raised hj tie Ohio W., vivve,t. "stv Ihi.IaV. ,v beat of Esglifh be always re- (tie partv w held la IW -.- Uxzsirt last year is oi poor maill the addv m xVty ft" he wtrMta. 'UI m. t. rivv Wisilnrn ITvaing. Taeday. to name canii- - QuaLty Wiea did asy buyer eeaae to FOR NOTHING IS If erred it to Pickering, a taaa of Hrriwnxi i.uu ue SOXtETHIXG joint Jay . ... ....... .. . vvtaaingtoc to Beet writh him ininl ivlr.w- - i,- - IIMA lku, kltkui.uk Rm' profoun Jaioraiauon. W Own .mtic talk tiat waj when ie wa la the WORTH WHILE JS.W worth of date for SaprKL n.l " A" l" vniw l.u.-Jk- Af ware or notiicg la ad minor ofTtcea. But the lUtfor siarkc it i .n u oni jour Uae, aad shown hi deep coafldeac injj .vo u U ttt (w & adepted coatainod ladorsemeau of -- pcor reality" when it is to be grad- - j to lntetlgate, Se our big ad. UjPJckeriag by making hua pctmaster ,0 !hp KrM, u,v rv, v tk Initiative axd reffcrecdec tbe ?- -. tinw wll,d th ''"ivrtancts t,w ,. ji .v Trr k. o- - S retary of state. Later tie McHeary K. P. BARNES k BRO, call, oat ot applied to judge, co- n- asd control this sen of talk aad It J Jay wn;e in a letter published vnU vt nil Avyiusau. ind.-Ia- ai family ioed a few letters Bearer Das, Ky. .aad a rearosftmcr: of u jjjri exoagi wiaost our own local erratic 0e s Representative I'nderwood, Chairman of the Ways and Means Hand In It. says it is not tho Democratic intention to levy Tariff "taxes" to siuh an extent that they will pre- Although Early Historians Claim vent Importations. Inasmuch as more than half the articles now Imported Washington Was Sole come in duty free, how would Mr Underwood readjust matters? Hy les Author. sening the "taes" on competitive ; and raising them on products? Hath tX. Y. Courier. The farewell address of Washing-- i ton Is considered one of the great It Depends. state papers of the United States now have and has been ndtnlred for The Democrats will its rhetalmost a clear field for the downward oric and its clear expression of revision of the Tariff. Tho status, Washlngtonlan policies. Earlier hisas we see it. Is Just this: If wages torians wore agreed that Washington remain up after the Tariff reduction, was the author and tho writer of then tho contention of Democracy is all that this masterpiece In Americorrect and that party Is In the saddle can iwlltlcs contained, while as time for many years to eotne. If a reduc- advanced we find that In this, as In tion in the Tariff brings a reduction most other great acts in his life, in wages, then it Is natural that a there were others, acting as advisreduction In wages will force a re- ers and writers, who figured in the duction In the price of labor's pro- case. ducts. In the latter event the conWashington was always able to ditions will cause the Democratic gather about him men and minds fit voters to sit up late and take notice. to give expression to his ideas- he Headland (Ala Standard. was capable of choosing the right ' one for ,he task- s forn ot wls ivn-mim th itnrsKiint.n J0111 stamj s him above the ordinary, snring to reduce the high cost or tl,e l' r for to .aWe to ch0 living. Start at the vital point-YO- l'R agent for lieutenant is quite as great RAXHE. See our ad. in this Issue. an accomplishment as to bo able to E. P. HARXES & URO.. do the work. Reaver Dam, Ky Who wrote Washington's farewell address? It was as early as May -- 0. RPAVFR UAH! whi,e ve; n tho nm term 0( Beaver Dam. Feb. IS. S. D. For- - hls presidency, that Washington formerly of Madisonvllle. has'celvetl the llJea of writinK lt. ,Vrit- i bought the Rev. A. . Gardner farm ers MV he came to this decision dur--' ? ? and has moved to it. inc his second term of the nreidencv. The LJberty Woman's Missionary but tnis is an error. A ictter t0 J 2 . -- . c?t- - mt &1ti Mtc T1nf--.4 ) TiV. janies .auison 01 .May- .v. ,?.--. as.ss mR .v. ,or Sundf-- evening. thjs distinguished writer to assist In ' J2 . xi. nnu is mhusi, u .ur. preparing the contemplateu message, j . -..w-w- ... ' " lne metier to .viauison contains Mercer Station. among other thoughts the following Business of all kinds Is dull around p)CQdid expressions: -- j here. uisli you would turn your Mr. R. S. Jackson Is building an thoughts to a valedictory addreess addition to his house. lrom nie to tne public, expressive in ' A colt belonging to Mr. Estill ,,ian anj ,nodest In terms, that wiis found In the field a jng ! honored with the presiden-fedays ago with a broken leg. Dr. tjaj cna.r and to the best of my McKlnney, of Taylor Mines set the abilities contributed to the organlia-llm- b and there is hope of its re- - Uon and administration of the .ernment: that havinc arrived at a Whooping cough is quite prevailent period of life when the private walks , ? by a of it in the shade of retirement beIn Beaver uam complicated number of cases of pneumonia. come necessary and will be most Smallpox scare Is about over at pleasing to me. and the spirit of the this place. Xo new cases in the vi- government may render rotation In cinity. the elective officers of it more conThe stork visited Beaver Dam very genial with their ideas of liberty literally tae last wcok. leaving wjin and safety, that I take my leave of each of the following a fine 10-them as a man. and in bidding them J pound baby: Mr. and Mrs. J. A., adieu (retaining no other concern Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes, j than such as will arise from fervent Mr. and Mrs, Jack D&ss. All doing wishes for the prosperity of our nicely. Dr. P. T. Willis is the attend- - country) I will take the liberty at s Ing physician. mj-- departure from my civil life, as " I formerly did at my military exit. rtAjfL.t; vvttu iv.nuw are going 10 invoke a continuation of to buy a MAJESTIC RAXGE during of u and U1011 a I ? j ,,,, con-guso- n. ' DAYS Before Our Clearance h Sale Closes M Li-c- 1. ROSENBLATTS. &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& This is Your Chance to Cut the Cost byActingNow THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FARM AND RANCH HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE - 6 & & & s - . $1.00 a year $1.00 a year $1.00 a year ' ij ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR - $1.75 t J THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year $1.00 a year ! c BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.50 er w $1.00 a year $1.00 a year "- Is BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1.50 -J Send to p,,, ,, c t-- ' tfV;?$ HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. fT?' " ei .i..., ,li es 0f ""r Iaer ut al fa-b- lre-laa- l., - oi ky ,ii.... ,Mw.h,..' iwvl w-.- .iv. jrrif coa-tafv- tn-jvi- ccco-litte- rs ei. -- " m.t; , itnn rtt ' m .. 't Tii-v- r. jja, ..,.,. tmi wli- '", 6T. -- 44tfrti.. ItL- - ' .lj j.iJ-- &I- war, & '& t -- - 'kV, (T" f 1 TT It' . (CQS3CaSSZS2SICSSQB(3ISiraiaitS Miss Lulu Grundy, who has for .Miss Now Arriving! Our new Spring scvrnl dnjs been tho guest of Kntlo Pendleton, returned to her homo nt Greenville Thursday. ", Hartford, Mr. wns a pleasant caller at this offleo yesterday, lie will leave toilny for Illinois, where he will lorato for the .lohnfifrouto When on need aiiythini; in tho' general grocery line, call on I. S. goods tho , Carson. I'rlcis right, best. Highest market irlce paid for tountry produce. Telephone your ' i ordcis In nnd goods will be delivered ....,... II.. X.... i.i.n I'lumjiii;. la iuui JuwuimKv; I.. ou- - ) llclted. 32tf. Among the callers nt The Republican office Saturday were Messrs. Asliford .Mills, Commodore Ashley and W. C. Liles, route 3, Hartford; F. U. lildwell, near Boda; Columbus King, of Sacramento; Mr. Puekctt, city; Allen Gray and son, Master Archie; Steve Grlgsby, city. County Road Engineer Thomas Benton and .Magistrates J. c. Jack son, t'entertown; Leslie Combs, Duke- hurst; O. E. Scott, Prentiss; nnd J. L. I'atton have returned from Terro Haute, Ind whero they made an In spection of several kinds of iron bridges which tho Fiscal Court of Ohio county contemplates erecting as Boon as possible:.-- . )0&G&X o cj axoKmmm x. J riving. The bright sunshine is al ready creating a demand for them. Let us advise you to come early, get the pick and do Goods are nowar coming summer. On Fcb.107 nlfltlc" daughter came to the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. Oran Wallace, of Mercer, Ky. .Mr. Wal-lat- o Is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. T. Harnett, city. Wc received a splendid nrtlcle lato yesterday nftcrnoon, concerning tho recent votu of tho U. M. W. of A., but were compelled to omit It this week, owing to Its late arrival. However, we shall publish It In our next Ibsuc. zMSBmEP f &nd women and little folks oleosa said (Wn and satisfyIKCL I i.;i ii UKll k LJstenfOurShoes and ilose for mem i UCMC v,tr i. ' your sewing before busier times New come on. Ginghams in all JL McCall Pattern 5137, Ladies' Drts Piice, 15 cents the newest pat terns. New Per-cain 1913 styles. New Linens, Linen ls Crashes, Handker chief Linen, White Goods in plain and fancy weaves, Embroideries, Laces, etc. McCall Patterns carried in stock and competent salesladies to help in your selection. Remember this and bear in mind that it PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. i J&x&Gb, Hartford Republican. "FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. M. H. k E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. time card effective Monday LUN. Aug. No. 112 North Bound dee 7:18 ft. m. 21. daily except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. dally except Sunday. No. 114 South Bound due 8:45 ft. to. daily except Sunday. No. 118 South Bound he 1:46 p m. dally except Sunday. H. E. M1SCHKE Agt U. S. Carson pays cash for furs. Master Clce Mr. and Mrs. J. to improve. Her, C. son of Her, continues little weekly, and The Courier-Journa- l, The Republican for $1.59. Send your 32tf rder to this office. Mr. T. F. JohnsonrrouteTl, Olaton, was a pleasant caller at The Republican office yesterday. Elscwhereln" this issue appears our special clubbing offer with Farm and Ranch and Holland's Magazine. Mrs. F. H. Allen, of Hawesvllle, Ky is seriously 111 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John B. Wilson, dty. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ulrkbcad are the proud parents of a fine girl that was born Wednesday morning about 11 o'clock. The little one has been named Irene Cox, after It's Grandmother Cox. "Uncle" George Nail, city, a faithful subscriber to this paper, paid us ft oall Thursday, and renewed his subscription. Mr. 8am Shaver, route 7, Hartford, and Mr. M. C. Mldktff, route 1, Narrows,- 'were pleasant callers at this office 'Wednesday. H you have eggs or poultry for nt sale or want to buy, try an a few times in The Rcpub-- . Ilcan. Rates for advertising are low nd gladly furnished upon applica32tf tion. knowing consist in EDUCATION things KNOW bow a range is 'Bade Inside and outside. CALL at our store during pur SrEClAL MAJESTIC RANGE DEMONSTRATION .week of February 24 to March 1st. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. i aver-..tisome- Mr. Claude Yelscr, who has been indisposed for several das, is able to be out again. The Special Louisville Herald offer will not last very long, so send in your order to this office as quickly 32tf. as possible. Don't forget our special offer for the Louisville Dally Herald and The Republican one year each for only 32tf. 12.75. A saving of $1.25. Weekly Herald and The Louisville The Hartford Republican, one year each, for $1.35. Send all orders to The Republican, Hartford, Ky. 32tf SPECIAL CLUB OFFER The Iou-lsvllHerald, dally, and The Hartford Republican, one jcar each for 32tf $2.75. Send orders to this office. or printed calling and Kngravcd business cards can be had upon short notice by gllng your order to The Republican, Hartford, Ky. Prices and 32tf samples gladly furnished. our magazines, and periodiOrder cals from J. Ney Foster, Hartford, Ky., and not only save money but patronize home people. Catalogues 32tf free. any kind Sale bills, stock bills or of hand bills, of any description, printed on short notice at The Republican oiflcc. Haitford, Ky. Prices tf. are right quality is first class, Louislllc Dally Herald and the Hartford Republican one jcar each for only $2.75. pffer will not last long so send In your subscription to this office. This Is open to old as well as new subscribers. DON'T buy "unslght .unseen." Let the man who knowB show you all about RANGES at our store one week, February 24 to March L-P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. We are fortunate In getting a special otfer for The Dally .Loulsvlllo Dally Herald and the Hartford .Republican one year for only $2.75. This price Is 60c cents lower than any of32tf. fer made before. Farm and Ranch, Holland's Magazine and The Republican all one year each for 11.75, thus saving you $1.25. Will be sent to one address or three addresses, as you desire, Send all orders to The Republican, Hartford. le Professor Ozna Shultz, route 1, Beaver Dam, was a pleasant caller at Tho Republican olflco Tuesday, lie was In Hartford to announce his candidacy for tho position of County School Superintendent, subject to the The for Democratic candidates action of Democratic party. county offices are getting busy, as Wo received a beautiful post card well as numerous. At present there a few days ago front Mr. T. R. Bar- are two candidates for county judge; nard, who Is sojourning In California, six for sheriff; one for representannd at that time ho was at San tive; four for county court clerk; Diego, Cal. lie Bald he was enjoying one for county school superintendhis trip, and tho climate there now ent; six for jailer; two for assessor was like .May and June In Kentucky. and one for Justice of peace. There are also many other prospective FOUND on Hartford and .Morgan-tow- n Democratic candidates. Thursday, In front of resiroad dence of E. V. Austin, a black leathDocs the woid REPUTATION mean erette pockctboolc, containing some an) thing to you? Stop and think money, and receipts. Owner can have and figure and you will know why same by paying for this advertise- the MAJESTIC RANGE HAS THE ment, after properly Identifying tho REPUTATION of being not only the 32tf BEST but the LEAST EXPENSIVE. property. Say, Mr. Business man; do you Let the .MAN FROM THE FACTORY you. See our big ad. in this need any printing done? If you do show let us do It for you. Wo can print paper. E. P. BARNES & BRO., our Letter Heads, En elopes, BUI Beaver Dam, Ky. Heads, Statements, Bills, TypewritCirculars, Books, ten Letters, Sale Friday at Mr. Jesse King died etc., and print them right at right the residence of Prof. W. R. Hed-ricprices. Try us with your next order. where he had roomed since 32tf. the high water of several weeks ago. Call at The Republican office. Attorney Ernest Woodward return Mr. King had been 111 for over three ed Sunday from Louisville, where he months, his Illness beginning with developed into accompanied his wife to the Jewish typhoid fever, and Hospital of that city, and remained pneumonia and complications. His with her several weeks. His wife and remains were Interred in the Ashley little baby, Alice Louise, are get- burying grounds, near Mt. Moriah, ting along splendidly and .will return Sunday morning, after funeral services by Rev. R. D. Bennett. Mr. home In about two weeks. i King was born near Pleasant Ridge was a dismal failure In the He about fifty years ago. He was a memcity and his wife had a hard time ber of the Odd fellow fraternity and keeping cheerful, but read "Our Way they assisted In tbe funeral exerOut" In the March Number of HOLcises. He leaves a wife, two sons. LAND'S MAGAZINE and see what The large merchandise store of the a success he made on a little farm. This magazine and The Republican Centertown Mercantile Co., of was totally destroyed by for $1.50 for both one year. Send fire Sunday night between 9 and 11 order to this office. o'clock. It seems that the fire orMr. Rollo Stringer, of Central City, iginated in the clothing room, which entertained with a musical at Mr. and was a side room to the main buildMrs. R. W. King's, city, Monday ing. Nothing in the store was saved night. Those present were: Misses from the fire, with the exception of Bessie Wright, Beulah Miles, Rev. the books and accounts of the firm daughter as the fire had' gained great headway and Mrs. Wright and Claudle and son William, Messrs. before discovered. The loss of stock Henry Porter, Clarence Allen and Is estimated at about $10,000, coverProf. McKlnney, of Cromwell, Mrs. ed with '$7,000 insurance. The buildJ. W. O'Bannon .and .Mr. Orland ing was owned by Rowe and Morton Park. and valued about $3,000 with no inSome soot caught fire In one of surance. The origin of the fire Is a the chimneys of the residence of Mrs. mystery as there had been no fire Lucy Hubbard Sunday night, and in the store since the Saturday besome one passing saw an enormous fore. blaze shooting out, and gave the fire alarm, which caused much ex- PORK BARREL GIVES citement and many people hurriedly ran to assist In putting the fire out. KENTUCKY GOOD DEAL Howecr, the blaze was not dangerous at that time, and a little water soon put it out. The alarm was given about S o'clock. Are Provided for Number of k, n, l t the whole family and let us shoe you all. For grandma and grandpa we have broad, easy, comfort shoes; for mama and papa hard wearing; good looking shoes that will stand the strain of busy feet and be stylish besides; for young folks our shoes are "snappy; and for little Mary Jane's, little men shoes that will stand splashing through mud as splash they will. We sell our shoes for low prices; that's why we sell lots of them. Come In with CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford; Kentucky. EDISON RECORDS 21c and 31c. We have sold dozens of them since the sale began, and we have lots: of them left, but if you want any, you had better hurry. This is the-lastime we will sell .them this t cheap. Sites A meeting of tho Progressive Executive Committee of Ohio county While Appropriations for has been called to meet at Hartford tomorrow, Saturday, February 22, for tho transaction of Important business. In the call sent out by Chairman Tlnsloy every member of the was urged to attond. The meeting will be called to order at 10 a. m. In order to give the committeemen opportunity to get home the same afternoon. com-mlttCol-leg- Buildings Are Generous. Washington, Feb. 1C The Public Buildings Bill, commonly known as the pork barrel, was reported to the House today by the Public Buildings and Grounds Committee. Kentucky fared well In the bill as reported. The following Items are 'con tained In the bill for the completion of public buildings under construction in Kentucky, ' Postofflce at Hopklnsvllle, $20,000; $25,000; postoffice at MIddleaboro, postofflce at Georgetown, $30,000. For the erection of a second story on tbe public building at Winchester $30,000 is provided. The erection of public buildings ore the cites already purchased at Ashland at a cost of $80,000, and at Sbelbyvllle at a cost of $50,000, ic provided for. The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to purchase a site and con tract for tho erection of buildings at Marlon and Glasgow. The former appropriation ,1s $70,000 and tbe latter $60,000. eo B. TAPPAN, J. The Reliable Jeweler, ' HARTFORD, ly Might Riders. - KENTUCKY o The senior class of Hartford met recently and organized and elected officers for tho graduating class. The officers are: Mr. William Moore, President; Miss Alma Riley, Vice President; Miss Luclle Taylor, Secretary and Treasurer. There are only five members of the class of 1913 and they are Misses Katharyn Pendleton, Lucille Taylor, Alma Riloy, Mary Elliot and Mr. William Moore. The class flower, motto and colors will be selected at an early meeting. w 32tC spont Sunday with his parents at Haucdvllle. He was awomi anted home by his who brother, Mr. Leo Rosenblatt, was on his way to Cromwell, here be was looking for .a location for a' poultry house. Mr. Nathan Rosenblatt pages conWith Its seventy-si- x taining excellent Stories, Articles, Fashions, Beauty Hints, Household Helps,' and other things too numerous to mention, HOLLANDS MAGAZINE for March will especially appeal to Southern readers. The illustrations are especially attractive Frank S. Guild, Chas. D. Mitchell, F. Vaux Wllficn and several other artists bavjuf contributed. The cover design in done by Henry Hutt. Get your order In at once and be sure to receive this number. Holland's Magazine may be obtained with The Republican, $1.50 for both for one year. Send order to this office, i Sites for public buildings in the following Kentucky towns are provided for: Madlsouvllle, $10,000; Central CJty, $7,500; HarrodsMrr.. Eminence. $8,000; Palntsville. $6,000; Plkevillo, $5,000; Prcstons-bur$5,000; Murray, $5,000; $5,000, and Ellzabethtown $7,500. Tbe sixteen Kentucky Items contained In the bill carry appropria tions aggregating 297,WQ.,'j;4)Ui-- iw $10.-00- 0; g, refused to do so- He prefers to look upon the BoasMorganfield, Ky., Feb. 17. James ter as a Joke, but some of his. netJh Lee, one of the most prominent membore and friends are urging his to-- ' bers or the Stemming District To- take All precautions to prevent, bacco Association in this county, attack. found a bundle of switches at his Lexingtoi Voters To door this morning with a note atLexington, Ky., Feb. 15j--At tached' warning him to resign at meeting here this afternewui oft Indonce from the County Board of the ependent Democrats, old line- Association or take the consequences. and Roosevelt adherents feat During tbe recent troubles over perpetuation of fusion biHucwC. tbe sale of the Stemming District been one of the most started here nearly four yjeaxMg- -. Pool, Lee has active In urging that tbe law be up- It was decided to put a fusica. tfirrr -fheld at all hazards, and at tbe meet- In the field for State and county ing Saturday in Morganfield ho was lees In the November electtaa. Seww-t- or J. T. Tunis was chosen chairasatci one of those who worked hard to have the county union vote In favor of temporary organization with Cswf-t- y Surveyor John T. Gunn, teiB5i-rar- y of selling the pooled tobacco at the secretary. Beyond merfy fot&ti-l-ng ouyers' price. to put a ticket In the fleU-asA- l This action the county union approved, but some of the members ap- announcing the purpose to Uk& stwvr peared much aroused over the mat- as a unit and cement all confflXIsgr. elements of tbe three parties tfcthw&a ter. A few nights ago at a tobacco solid working phalanx for a sosriT meeting an effort was made to have flgbt on Democrats, no definite aUg' . Lee take the oath of secrecy, but he were taken. Warned Fwc i &wmtfnujjaya&ysi i JNDIAN MODERN STYLE COPEED father makesearly start( useful Every One In the Family Feared That the Breadwinner Would De Late. I I on writing table EMBKSiittCaJ&KLUSIHHra; HAVE VOL'R YOUNG WOMAN RESEMBLES POCAHONTAS. Suggestion for a Hand Little Ccn- trlvance for Moistening Stamp ant Envelopes. ot "(!unl okIF." in "s " "iwcome iacJ little suggestion contained In the companying sketch, for It may W carried out In a few moments ami en "! not only for damping mmv J but also for moistening tho gum on back of envelopes Sl'ITS llv K Directory Chio Ce-in-.j- IflEi C 'J 2& SftOas && I Circuit Court T. !'. lllrl.licnd, JuiIrp; Mlilkiff. Cleaned 9 Pressed Uon V. ItlnKo. Jailer, i:. CIcrKi 1 l.; l'o- tnatnp r'nmnilsliifi. r: It. T. Cnlllfin. CI. Attorney. V. 1'. WnniifK, Otto C. Martin ' f'n at the clock with alarm and bounced Worked Into a put of bed. The reliable old lamlly .Feathers and Beads clock showed that It was 6:10, Bandeau In True Indian Fashion '!!.,.., .1" ulin wiltf1 "(!( lltl ' Now Rage for Dark-- t la You've got to get that car at C:23; if a r' Haired Girls. 10 "'Henry rolled out of bed. cutting f ,,,0p ' ,m"$' Icon8lstB ,f might short a leave taking from the delight-- . Tho modern young woman white Jugs in almost be mistaken for a reincarnated lies Just between wak- -' ful realm that ,s commonly supplied, ' Pocahontas In her new coiffure a Ing and sleeping. He wished vaguely B0Wn up In n Is made of feathers and it was Sunday morning and not a work which ... ..- - i. i ., n beads In bonaflde Indian style. But "A" on the right hand sldo of tho they are rarlfled feathers and glorified full realization sponge indicates this, and bends, and the Pocahontas bandeau Is before he callght ,, rtotch be ,nrS enough to tho the Jug ' res fill should really a most dainty and pretty orna- nlmt'i ...v. """ """.- n llMln tt nv ..nu.v llin ment provided one has the youth, i j'upt thcn came n prumnic find n I 0,l hrntrtirla""" dash to ' perlcs of movements In a little sldo the wlnsomeness and tho ' hrnrtlf. Carry it Off. UI1U 1.11D. 1.. nun.. rOUIII. nnA Mn T. hllBV with u.v-- .. . The bandeau Is made of velvet rib- - . . -- repnratlons, realized her son bon. bound at the edges with silver i Cuoster was up and about. Surprised braid, aad over the velvet between the at lhc unsua performance, she glanced braid Is set a strip of filet lace sewn ,nl0 th(J tte kpon,, and the light thickly with flashing rhlnestones and ' (nwned Chester bad a now "goeyele" ' wane pean oeaus. mis unnuum. b hls aU)er lho nlgnt beforo. passes arourd the head and fastens He was anxious to get Into action, over the left ear under an ornament The breakfast was hurriedly eaten. ( of velvet and rhlnestone, one long and Mr. T., wlh his lunch, hastened end of the bandeau continuing down to the car line. Mrs. T. yawned ana to touch tho shoulder. Two white told Chester to "gccyle" to the grocery ostrich quills, trimmed with squares fof ft rcgh box of cerea, for a guegt-- Mrs. T. awoIiewMi n stnrt. loofcc.l '' In th?so r " J'8, Repairing and Dyeing neatly clone. special attention. ' Ladies work given TniMie Jury Kuml: T. it. Itlui!.. IIAUTI'OIID, KV. if., n.u umii. i'tti)'jv- - e. u. ii.iiMi- i Mm, u. l. Jnm, iuuto , linn will practlco IiIb profession In Uilhr . . r,..irt ion- - and foi I, W. 1. Din-- K..ilm-counties. Comuu-xcJaiuu flrt Monthly in Kt linmry ami con aml - ruiiliml PincUce ft Specialty. tluuui thr o w- - kHS Hind aiimifaiy In Aj rtl. two ui.tk., Uilid .Moiulay In Uctulur Bln-r-ui'-iw' - Attorney at Law .jjjug J I ' .ir. i, .,ri,.niiik,.oto ' ""J'S cnl Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per Clifta. tttO WithS, County Court. V. S. Tliidli-- , Cli-rK- , It. It. MYittllnir, JiitlBP C. K. Smith. At' torncr, llurtfonl. Court t cum nt a Moiulay In t itch month. ' flist ' Barnes &, Attorneys at Law Smith , delivered. month. I "J ! AO Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. 11I.DO., HARTFORD, KY. .... , GILLESPIE BROS. W. stones, are thrust through the bandeau, and also slant backward and downward, giving tho savage Indian effect. It Is the exceptional hair dressing that Is ungraced by somo sclntlllat-If ono possesses a Ing ornaments string oi pears or aiamonus, uu-st- ere wound In the hair and allowed to fall In graceful loops. Imitation pearls In tho samo way, but SrtnJ. -used f rhlnPtnnPii nro not con- o eidered good form for wear as ornaments, fashionable as they are as drees trimmings. All manner of dashing quills and aigrettes, mounted on shell pins, are favored for evening wear In the coiffure, and the more rakish the slant of the aigrette tho smarter the effect. Only the woman cf mature years now gfTects a modest, "TlFris3!! aigrette In her fjair, pjid Sjosisger vvomin wear their coiffure jyoaments In much mote dashing style. It Is unusual to sco an aigrette standing out directly nj. right angle z to the head, over one ear, and, though this Is exceeding cine as lar as a pearances go, It can not be very, torn fortablc for onos escort, Vhq sits be- eiue one ai inu iiioaiui, iui iuu iuuj aigrette would most certainly tlckl" his ear or brush Into his eyes as he turned his head suddenly. -- VI TCIVKI. U111HIIH.I1I.CU nun wmic- - Twenty minutes later, with a clatter and bang, Chester reached the house again. "Mamma!" he shouted, "there wasn't a single store open and it's awful dark'" There camo a second step on uie - breakfast H.&J. F. GILLESPIE Proprietors t' neck In the manner shown In the Illus!? in "e.hnn other, came In. Sently he new is tration. Then, If a little wnter Is ' Mrs. T. bewild poured upon It, it will be ready for use chronometer before lliomas amlrl. u'laton l CUIU'llllH ercd eyes. The watch was ticking In- - and will remain moist for a long time Bl':oiiu .lout ay In i . i. ....... Ohio County nnj .. "w- - -- 2:111 a. in. but when, of course, it doe3 become I"J Monday In Alii UU&tl luuo.j ....I. it n9 met AND REPAIR WORK , ivne",,ay a"cr --3ra Monday m HARTFORD, KY. t. "I united for a car that didn't come too dry to be of service, it merely Ajfcu. JUdneaday uftur ,lU MwiUll then looked at my watch," explained icquires moistening again. All Matters Given Prompt Attenof sarcasm Mr. T., with Just a trace To make it ornamental as well In Muitii. :"4 ,''1 Tliuratluy uft.r tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS and weariness as useful, tho jug might be tied round x'l?.'. ,.,,.a. " Aiibum. 1liur.day ufte! SPECIALTY. somo pretty color, and with ribbon of ,.i NEW STIR will prove n useful addition to thu CAUSES KAISER MV,u,,0Mj'n,''1S?;i1,dny ",fU'r writing table. I' (jerrnan vVar Lord Now Threatens to j DAINTY BAG FOR THE FAN change the Angle of His Q i-- k ?n H-- . ' I CA Ll.J' Ci W IJ IIAHTFOHD TOMCE COUIIT. Mustache. j 1, AND CURE K.UNCS le Suspended Prom the Waist and J'lduo; John IJ. WINon tek Is of Uie Completely Hides the Fan When The greatest news Not in Use. the mere rumor that the kaiser la w,tk thinking of changing the angle of his It. 1 O.I1ns.Ci,rk. i:. 1. You may remember the Thoin.ui.Tmu. Xo longer does the small fancy fan muFtnchP. iivr A en. ., t .u1.lW!,lL,rt' .ci-thi. 1. I. timn snmo veai's ag3 whet- - flaunt its presence in ballroom ah . I.. oi. J. II. (;. i i. w6 thou- s'flsw tUp kaIser Rrew a beard, and J. HuuJ,. '""" M. I.arnilt. 0,,era i10Use. Wiiea not actually lImjoI Tiustni-i rimli sands of photograph Fellers were Ui0 lt ih hien , a narrow, ob V ".,aTinilJ; JbrUrT .'".".'' OUfirJS :1R t nlr0afencd with ruin, until tho l.ai and perfectly flat bag suspended fro- iU"J li rra OLCiS 7Li Lowe. spr annealed to, consented to aban one wrist by long hangers which p TunnAT uihaii I.II.M l'.T90m inifiMRTpni'Ri?'!. get a lot vent it from getting in the was ci nCLIGIOUS SKIIVICES. N.WI.WIIII You could IIH.illWM..... I....CH don the beard. . of meney if jou found a photograph of the hand. V.y its texture, it Is p '"uth-Sftnl- r.rt & S"L"-CT hJJ ?si munrliiM 4tt . qr, "1 jj W OK MONEX HT.SVNXZV. , to determine the character of f 'KfWtSi .""?. "u'r.y. "??1 "l .tJilr.i Sun- SP ip SfiiM. i BEAUTY SPOTS ALL IN BACK mt v B? &? tl?, "BZr? $?hZ:? u. m Sgffm i& S8ra content . for if of w kite, mc mustache, b??'s maize or rompadour-tiutetht- - fashion of the turncd-u.1.0 groen, gfci ,' ''"""'K' - . .A-V- . Jum. jasi' BUUiXE'jfLiSSSuitEtoi Novel Trimming Effects Seen In .his tthlch has ,lve(li shall u aie? m '!??'i,,!,1 1J taded silk or Batin with a fahirr. d to. 2&f S P E O 3 A J. OFfErf: TO' ,;.:, n,i ' 7tVi ., ,, Season's Costumes Among the fasilion s a pleasing drawn taut with wliite 6atln arrow wjirjo n tmuv tj-- t k.i .. a in ' iu ,. . nnl,. a matter ofbt-ar,. 15 u tmii'iiii i. n.oitii.it eiiiv ii. .... .. j aa w e .. .. f m mv v 1 Tf u i. mm ri ribbon, tho fan uasaHpreaaoi-iMii.il- ut DrIo j !, .. .W clnl n., .7, ; 10 .1 iiinji or mustache, but a question" of clothes Ing hue, and norj, n.ntho-.- nf pe.in or ff..,,,.,- --jrolicrrlon ,nai. ,o.... i" . 3 ";"."' '. n' Ti " m uini .c - . uvrry ,.,,. n ir. iM'v"i"..! 1 t.,,1. j,, i, a m. , V?!Ti. ? D l ca . Trimming offects are all In tho Thir2 was a time i. hen fur capes v. c i. celuloid sticks. , ., ,,, a. in. UMur u-- it '"m oa. Vc l ii C .! MBJ? Wil" rit f tiae . Vi v'i inn i.niu. back this scisuti, if ne may jutlge coming into fashlrn. It v.as'somc A bag of pearl, crystal, ihlnestone i' r nmrWi FurviciM Alsnttott :hi3 Paper. Write from the clotn- -i one sometimes 6ees, flvti and tv. cnty years aco. ' And then a. Ji iii..i,in t u A. m.flrat SuiiiIhv in net veiling lnto or or ami ho proves It. v' "' here is a girl and aun.i.iy tllol ronio feminine genius bought a fur colored satin, is likely to com ".1 a k 4 Tho curling ptsrplo feathers of the c, GKftrrii o to .B.' . . th!t ratnAli an,j pjnce(1 u'ovor tho shoaldeie spr. ad X ti .Mrw SOCIBTIUg. rwk "t ji'?. y chic derby cron hat follov.- - a trail of wr coaci,maii. Henceforth no onr fan having a beadi-- gauao Succcoil wf.;n fvenamif 0ll9 llJ f DVJllJ. fcMlr ill il'1.,.. very costly small far.? with n ner.-ou- s llnrtlor.l Loflm; N'o Jn. K. V4 a. il rrtishti 'er.,tion cr i in -' S3 around the brim and decided to stay Ir.tru 'i.e. , bPilIn(i 3 coachman cer For tho rode of llllt ;KlTU,-l- UH.-I.I.and spro-.dr ". y? in ii. in.i ...... .1...., ... . . gold or silver mounts an tnJ 3' . ti weaxneseea ' rcre a fur capo agfln. nth month. Onen Hunter. r rtfme.lt. jm tliaLaAndu hct? M.. L. rose point or duckets lace, tlue an f. loi.i.idii Scrotal j. For th0 ulll!nK nf a fashIon you no ready-mad- o bajs. T!ut it is h- car I FOR KfDWEY.LIVE Nti. ii, i, . m mui.t tire a woro siang iuu a, ioul-.-i ksL MH..H .i.iy tlilid iMiiunluy I'vht . 'J '9 1" SJO M ACH THO i' EL 2 3 r,t mattilnr-- PSnmn v.'.nrs hcfnro VOU to trim ono of tb- plain 'WS. ad. iiiJi.ilu John 1. Aliwia Illili . ar-. S J'lmupy, iSiMTBtary. u it ss the Kst medkL--o t.;J I youns; wlih a narrow frillins of real laf or I came Into the world the li.iilfm.1 Chuiltr .No iM, O. K S ,i hangers substi.at'ng a oeradrJSiui'.'s men of merns and leisure walked for Its ribbon in. eta i,i,iri. ami fourth jfumlay beautifully rressed gold or silver link chain. Blong Piccadilly A""rw, V. 41. olii l&mmntJr'smzBmr, illw. ..Ib itikr sciniuiy. nysA nrlicle lrh th now fnsMnni(1 Hi 41, f.iiar iMtlgv No. 1W, Knhilits o Into which their coid hanrts wore in SOME NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY A. II c. C. J. Nt.y Pewter. K serted. But other people noticpd OtBmmFw5HmmEE! czsammzpszrs oi 1. &. n,. tliem; wcro rntiie. annoyeu nt tno Silver Favors May Be Chcssn WithMmt.or.r'TeMt So. W. K. O. T II v ni. ,.v uxpry urst nn.i thlr.I ThumdaV youni; peVitlpmen v. ho stuck their out Working Permanent InJ-r- y to Veil nl, lit ,i 11 liilixjh, iiniiimnt.t.i i i. 1 receptan hftnda into the nc . Bank Account. loiiw.im, Kn'uni Kutj..-Suii-.,.niv- - No ii, L o T Jl It i: aver, scr'cu: raaf.or 'n - ik cles. And tho deadly word came. "A - ory inf. u flint ..ml ...... iuia UKt tlih.l tho inuif." There Is probably not a livfor ons medicin: vwl Silver no cities in jewelry aro so M.M .11. ll tllllll.ll , ". mijg ...i.t.. 1111 ii linn, ".. ing man who 1ms escaped the influ- inxpensivo that they may be hosen oiiiiiiai.oi.r; .Mr. I.uU lii.llctwi. Unl ,i, wroaj one tf.vsa y?u. For thin ra I ?& Ei E- ?- iui oril Jveopor. .o. j.w .i, v. ence of that word In London. We for sets of f.tvero wiJhout v orking not ..... , ....... ... ... reason we urj;e yoi in Imjrj to ?i o .....i Mill COLD f W M L KM ffi K wril be rather than bo normrnifiiit lnfurv to even a modest Ml.olll i.uii.i.follllli IVI.I,. '.-.- ....I,. ine..H ' be carsful lo get the conainc i. .,...:. " .i. ....i, called a muff. The word struok tho bank account. In girls' Jewelry thero U N D E R rjwn R ui n.;ir' i"- im ( j n. rW" KXw- - ,.,,ljr ,,,ihiii. Wl! Vm W. MA M w. trv muff dead, nnd left tho are necklaces of silver ueadb. bracet n c,ui- - uii k3 m01'1" lt'" fs'jp vi '"'P. OnliT lttl M a ra feminine muff triumphant! thickly htudded with rhinestonea lets a ' t Uhi In NAME. U hi IA3S tor. S.icliLin. cjUi month, mux r,.u Ci 63 & pins and fresh water pearls, v. i.. iMiu, Ulilof of hati ItcconlH. large and small amcthts. Liver Jledfclne Honor Memory sf George Fox. o. iiuuioi.1 i;niii.. ;-SO.' WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. George Fox, the fearless prcaeher pins of silver deposit over colored -I. IlllfltS l'HV S'l fl.llfl mill t.,... .W. (. Ko. ... i .'...i, I. The reputation cf lhi3 old, reliaand tho founder c the Society of crjBtal and dinner rings set with Ifyou thoNKW HOM12 you will nuiit n t.ith month. Cuntuil l oiniii ble medicine, f--r constipation, Cli'lk, W. li.i o , llfo Pi lends, familiarly Known as Quakers, paste. ut tho pi Ico you pay, mill will firmand liver trouble,-i. rLess expensive lavora tor puis are l'ltlUIl Mm Inn Tnur V, is honored in Flushing, L. I., by a ly established. It docs net imitates holds lobular liieillnuB .atm.lay granite boulder placed on the Bite of chain cliangu purses oi sman sir.u, hforo othcr modicines. It ia bctv:r than Vi?i"fn1.. ,,.l.",a' In .M-t. iii'UUh. tho famous Fox oahs. It Is opposite short lorgnettes with window glass 1 Quality others, or it would not be ths fs- Coiiiiiianiler; J. ii. ltoKwr, ITItb eyes, and thimbles bordered with vorite liver powricr, vith a larjjcrf the ancient Howne house, ono of tho tjtlcn IIiilo Oiovc, n'oodmen of the ' Considered Ml-fcUUl. Uli Ull.Ui:! WUIKUIUVU. oldest houses In 'America, fatlll stand- Greek key design. World Circle, niwui o,ry (.corn! nnd Among silver favors for mea there SOLD Dl TGVW ing in Us original condition. F2 The it u the 'l,fu'"""' " tauli month cases attracUuuidlan; Mra. Jj. "ii Vhoiito was built In 1C61, and when nro pencils In neat flat 11. I'ciiilloton. cKrk. ISa3S323?3aS?I s Cheapest KunViinv George Fox visited this country ten tively engraved, combination IIUo No. 12, L. O. T. M.. and corkscrews, shoehorns, s ypars later he was ontertalned therk ovory tint and thtinl Krlilay nljli in the end buttonhooks and nail files. Alto thero Tho boulder commemorates two enorIn niotiili. Mrs. At,tjo firlftln smllclent-l- y to buy, mous oaks under which tho Quaker are tiny photograph frames Lxdy Cominundfr; Jlrs. JL XJ. JIlsolilo, pretty to surround tho faco of tho tl M Ladies! ave Maey and Kcc; in i One was blown preached. leader Ifyou want nhiw lug maahlnc, write for Lidy Iloconl Jvctipor, ono girl. "" Style by Reading McColrs down In 1S41 and tho other survived our latt st fiitrtlot'uo heforo you iurcbuiu. IVnish lllvtr Jjvlso No. 110, Kntt;litM until 1S73. Magazine and Using McCall Patterns "Hib New Home Sewing Mm Co, Orapge, Mass. Narrow Sleeves. of I'ytlrfis, mvtB every TuvuLiy utlit. Sleeves contlnuo to be of a long and n'eClrt Hcilnivlll II. L. Tuyor, C. C, J. Ney Hotel. Moving Fad. t'ostor, J. lu'lii j WCAILS MXAZIME tfirvi r somo cases cut narrow description, in of lt. & d. n 'ii r o nl In ono of the most fashlonnblo hoover tho hands; In a twa o liy Li'OliliiK f 0 $100.00 A MONTH tels In New- York half a dozen million- nevertheless, ono occasionally meets ?50.00 i u iiotilrd ci I'm lixperlcneo not ncnl-ctime I If t A. S. of E. (tislihnn Ih aire families aro getting ready to with the sleeve reaohlng only half- For jour ipaie actlw man In this locality. Vnnt an i In.1 ri r In'i -IJ move. There Is nothing the matter way dow n the arm, In which case thoy To Introduce ub tolyoui- friends. . We pay l. tllltlll Df.lrOfHccrs: crn.li i '.'i I titi, Jil i g? with tho hotel they aro leaving. They aro moro amplo, and havo gauntlet laigest death, benedtH when alcX Injured, National - M. V, Slinrp. Narrows. Ky. Proslilj.itumall.st for I'ttr ;. ,liiKiri-i-ii ' navo no fault to una wltu it. nut tney cuffs In proportion. Tho waistcoat Is nnd at Vlco rivkltltlit J. M. Woods. to Ilrnnp-pHrnii rll lion o r .i.l t nnd 8ocrclury-Tirukuitr-U. JCunip. tilted 'way over to tho back, whero all havo tho samo fad. They mow being Introduced In ninny of tho cosul i.iiiii , (nly fioni tills placo. Write quick fr 1ml. fi - n jrir liir'u.'.ii'ir .sttuo orrk-nruthey dally with tho satin rosetto and every bIx months or so. Every tinro tumes tallleur; and la particularly purtlculais. ) r f"o pill' ill. Mib-- i Ky. II. JI. rioiiiiin, Carioll county, Pres. 035. Covln-Jton- , streamers offcho dainty mullno neck a new and gorgeous hotel is opened suitable for coats of tho en blsoau THE i riko dki or si ul T. T. Diiutitt, Henderson cuutily Vice ji ?: r,yr.-i'y-. . I Jt i untile cotiy. .irlll. Then thero is a sash set just "in Now York these half dozenffaml-a- t description, when Jh appear beth I'resldent. S. IJ, KoLorUcn, McLean county. Pt'crai Thoy llko to bo above and below tho fastening, which t'lMrknl.i tho pfoper ungle of tho loft tide, lies movo into it. Sic MtCiIllio'iio. i , t !li"'il ymi in.- - . luiliiti jour , Treas. i i .mi for ft.', back, nnd a row- - otlbir beud trimmed tho first to hnve apartments In each Is usually of two lurgu and elaborato souilII and tuilili iv.it i u.il Ixipt I'nt 0. p. Itoetnsr, Wntren county, Stnto In 'ivlirud lit In iiyii'lu 'lertluTI 15 Oiiiunlzer. buttons, weighting down thu bottom of nowly finished hostelry. buttons. cuts heutl ii r In i) l ntlt rst ( .lato-t- f. C. C. Alli'ii. Henry county, and Lnt-U- a ( Pocket-flapps- , chntraeuso skirt. too, are, being used tho V Will Ci.'.Joa Tuo Vnsfili for petttiij aiuM's, Allf-- county, Assistant state ., irlcn organizers. I AM PREPARED sprliiltiiiiiinnii'; as a means of ornamentation, and that I'lidlnrfito His Revenge. I'rptin nut. iioriuiuiil t Vt otifltr. Hoaid of (rectors, lien 'Watson, War. They .wore newly wed, and were Is tho only purpo3o they servo, as ren county: C. J.I. Hainett, Ohio conn, Foot Muffs. UIE RcUIi CCK?.V.V. 229 Ia2'.9 'U 37Ji Jl. IVS ZH To do any-- kind of Veterinathero Is rarely any tyj A. 11. lliooUs, IliachtMi lourily; It. K. For those who sit outdoors In cold showing their friends over their tiny uudcrneatlflhera. pocket to bo found I. liny, Hnrtlln tounty, und J. !'. Dobs. ry work. Horses, mules and Weather and, of course, for the mo- - apartments. SIuhl.tnheiK lo ntv Ohio Count. Oflli-- i r: Each 100m In turn was inspected. jtorlst a foot muff Is itidced a com need not dio for want of cows 5. L. Fteiis, Peivcr Jini.Ky. Don't Hide Knots. Jfo These are usually of leather, kast oil tho "- - c iu tho kitchenette. Henry IMrile, Kcc Mar itil. Ky. Calls answered attention. BOdiCKEEPING In basting work for stitching do not The IHtlo wife wasu oloquent. Tieus., II n. ,. Ky. P. fr 'lued. Somo aro fitted with an day or night. "You' see"; she said, ''that Is w hero hide away tho knots, - but put them on c. .rlo or hot water foot warmer. OI" .EDUCATION. COUNTY POAIID TYPEWRITING ini K theThejo la an openlug just largo enough I do-- ll iny cooking. And this Is the the rlsht sjdo of may sowing, so that 9 UHF Henry Loach. Clu.lrnian, Hnitfoid.Ky. TELEGRAPHY bo easily rebasting threads will slip In easily, and very 'basln..ln .which I mix my cakes." eo the feet 1. L. Ii. Tlclioimi. llurifoid, U. tv d. WltBUW T SMTmRUSIMrccpniirni: Veterinary Surgeon No. 5. "And this," cried tho young man, moved. For tho same reason never n...L.whZJL-.r.r.- m nrouud this opoulng Is a border of ."" yn I. U. C. Hartford, Iteynolds. JCy. place machine stitching directly on ind liKL'f "Jh." Hnrtforcl, - Ky. r,,'"Prlfiic. In nirBtllo long haired fur, which la a decided .indicating the oven with a sweep of top 3. M. H. I'attviBon. Oiaton, Ky. 1".' J?ii li?!,'"1,,,, J0 of basting,' but just outside ot lt. i . Ky. TCjiug women . II. L. Alford, Wtil'o kelp la keeplnc tho anklcj warm his arm, "Is tho brick kiln!" inrrw lflln imw. - , . md ,.., a"? d Mr T, i Quurttrly Qunrttrly Court lluclmi on HARTFORD, KY. the fourth Moiulay In iU.t uml C. C Mttevs. W. II. Il,trn AUKUtt and Nowmbcr. Couit of CIdIium Comrius flrt Tue- - Siult.li announoe tliat Uwy luivo 'ftirm-- a tiny hi Jniui.iiy uml flrat TuihJuy In for Uie goiiural jrr.ic-tlc- e lui tihtt-hAOctober. of luw, exciit and illvoc S. Mauley, cases, Uthtr County Offlc.rt-- C. Mr. Smith bidng Conu'y Attor, 'Suni'jiir, KortlsMIU-- Ky 15. J'. U. I No. :, UttiiurJ Kcilx .Aistustir. Hurt- - ney hi unti!od frwn jir.ictilcliv nucii ford, Ky., it. K l. So. 2; Hmri Leui-licciew. Mr. Uarms mil iuilirldu.vlly ISupiTlntnitlciit, Jjr. a. II. accojit Mich pr.ictloti, Iliirtford, In Offic ItHty, Coioiur, HuitforJ. HarUonl Hvimbllcan building, HartJUSTICUS- - COL'HTS. ford, K" II. 3. Cliuiiilirrlnln. Ilait(ori). rii..,la 'Mfu-nl .Monday In Miiuli. Tunduy at- ttr 3rd Montlii) In Juno, TiiciiIvv ttfUl lid Vonduy In cuinUr, Tuitday utir YANCYL.MOSLEY, 3rd Jloiiday In Di'ieinbur. V ,.'" ."H. Cromnoll. Wchuday nftti .3rd Mimtluy In .Muicli. Wtdnmtluy tu-- i ;!"m,"' '" June, Wtdiuaduy arte. I" -- rd Muntluy In Seinembci. Wvduesdu alter .nl .Monduy In Liuifinuir. HAIITFORD, - KY. John II. MIKa, K(Hkiurt. Tildny mm Alon.Itty ,Jrd In .Muich, Will fractlce hla rrofeMlon In all th ufier Moiitlaj In June, 1 rldiiy Monday In Sfi.tunlier, Friday itttt-- 3i.l Courts of Ohio nnd adjolnlnic countlta, utttr 3io and In the Court of Appenln. Alst) No Sv n. Katurda) tary Public Office oer Flrat Nallonat M"'-th- . ?fiei,'i.rilM,Mo,.lUay. Satuiday hi Unnk. 5Vd "a '.,'" 0,T'HH""'. .Liui.ly ar le? ;, ". ,wciiiutr. I . r ; r M Attorney at Law f ' th ii,. 6 J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public .'' "f" -- ' Horseshoeing: o :J r KILLthe COUGH the 't-i- Hartford, Ky r c.u-N..n- - ; tK.o" a.! .i.,,.,,.,,. RJ.-!;- r?'. Sr, King's ms&mm ie JYlv. d ?! BJ' Tymi: '- i .. d ..... ! m .k.i I -- iin. i., .u r;i,. ;. ia m y; coral-beade- d d sewh sifrler .t? co.-p---- 0, -'- -- 3 . (tWM&': mm- - ii. m1 rMk rfc-ntac- i1 '' ( 5ons us 111 n mm3 ra . " othcr r iiun-liaH- 'N'- - 1:yS- bow-kno- fefel t mum s I ft ot.voam-nrtUMt-lialiiotU'nalw- ""; ;"tt Ash-Adj- J K bottle-opener- ""'''. xv.-ot- ul-- a bell-bhap- o i&mBr&&w.m&mmi 1 " 1 " r- i : .- lu-o- tloor-lcugt- h h f ' lc., i W. H. RIlwEY rSfe I 1 6. Ulcliurd I'lmnei', Tujm- illnoa.ICy. 3"" rr "iwywy I. y - -i .vl "4ttlOlhvi Children Cry for Fletcher's The Boys1 Corn Club Boys Are Getting Busy Testing Their Seed Corn It dors Hci'in mill tlint more farmers nml their nous Imve not done seed testing In the yours tlmt Imve passed nml saved themselves nny amount, ot worry nml liolhrr nml los of time nml money, Last season n nttnilior of the hoys In the flubs used shelled seed corn that w.is bought or furnished them nml lenrned to their sorrow that It was poor seed, Their stand of corn was miserable, nml tit the very outset of the contest their chances for u prize was none. omen In mUdle sg; often cocr.;U!n of hot flashes. They are at that tta& ulun th.r dctisats organism nceJs a tenia and helpiniMiand w'lich only Dr. Mcrcs's Favori.'s Praocrir' a cjo ,'.vi tbesi. Many women suffer neiJIjjiy from tfrll.oaJ to .vomin'.wod cid I'tsi Motherhood to old age with baekachs, diizl-ne- ts or iicadaehs. A'micun often becomes slccplsts, nervous, " broken-down,- " irritahlo ar.d leak tlrsJ (rasa tr.ct.Inj to night. When pains and aci?es rack tb wocsaiy jyitcrr. at f request intcrvah, ttk yi:r ueithbtr about V, MOT FLASHES. fliJc Doctor- vaio yoa Mrs. J. iHItor. of Tuo Kind in tiso for over ou llnvc Always llniiglit.nml wliloli hits Itccn 0 litis Imnio llio Mmmttiro oZ nml lias lirun iimtlo iimlcr Ills pcr- yrytf -- . -, i f,0,11 since Us infinity, Lv. CJ&Trf?-?yjrt Allow no onu to ilcwivo you In tills. Alt Cotititorfult.s, liiiltntloiistiiiil " tuo Imfc l.Kpi'Phiit'iitstliat trifUsivlth ami milim-jitliu luvltli oE JnfiuiJs uid Children Kxiid-luuuagainst Jixnerluicutt yi-arsuiH-rvlslmJiiwl-iis-ooi- l" Cu.tor!n, is and alla.s Feverlslmess. Mi!.st!tntfl for Castor Oil, Jarc-ymti:nl Soothing Sjntp.s. 11 is pIciiMinl. Jfc t".ii. 'tis nolthiT 0iliini, iMiiipliliio nor oilier Niirootio Mihst.iiici. its iiko Is Its guarantee. It destroys What is CASTORIA a liarnilrss JroH Many of the hoys In the hoys' corn clubs have learned their lesson nnd are busy these winter days. Some of them are prize winners of other seasons; others nre the fellows that have shut their teeth hard nml are going to try again, ltoth hinds nre coin;: to test their corn so tlmt theru will be no chance of a stand that will have to be replanted. The boys are living old boxes that can be out down to the required size or they are making boxes from nny old lumber that Is lyimr about the farm to e for their testlmj boxes. Nothing line or especially good looking Is necessary. JiM c shallow Imv about 10 by 1" Inches N nil that Is needed to test from 101 to l."u curs of corn. These boxes can be made nml the corn tested now, v. Idle there Is no danger of Its getting In the wny of any of the spring rush work. The nulls which nre driven Into the oil ire of the box nre nn Inch apart, so that string may be drawn across from both directions. Kaeh sipiare Inch u-- J.ri,r.-- t S.ree Baltimore, KJ., tayJ! " t alwut nlno LirnJir. a. . t jr.xi ot ray condition. I have r.nebabyclrl-i- he rr.y third cl.tl t rols'.iu! nine . : .,Vb.n Ixim. Sh -- nd tho Itfoncwt of U'to all, !:; rj.Titlnz vt.j cn'.y for tvj houi. I jok tcvral Lut'lsi cf 'i'aw-'t- o Prt'ctti.tkn aiil onj t,t Pr. I'ircv omatt-Weo-- l. I iwwp a wt. dy U'f.ir' t r,'x our .ncill I 11 '.I If'it-'oi- .H eat-v.- -r.i 'jrprliI h lnyj hu.---r , ar ! never h.vl a . . r. Hr i.K lumacn. vi run-1- ' . ft wta v .i'j :n.i mu t:w . '. i. -- cr . : . ji Bscau.e J.sro.yiiKiritc 'isr -- r.l att he r'j.nit to rscommotiit e u ' hii-". ,i t-- , b'l ! .2 .itenlhcl it mf)iu-- I rnl . a. J mt.- - I jirh:;". I hr-- e' - n :. ni ! iPr. r.iT" 331 S. PJerca's Favorite Prescription. :t ht u.tif '.'. .i. , . Am :f.A" vv i " .""U,i ? irxttzi-VJ?- Ws"'! -, W - 'aayvnattcfirjpiaar f V7!!!iww-!i.Ik- j , 21X3. lv.uor & Ccxd. W, "Woi-ni.- s For more than thirty years It has heen 1m eotistatit use for the relief of Constipation., I'lattileney, "Wind Colic, nil ri'eethl:i;r Troubles and Pinrrho'ti. It regulates Hie Stomach and Howls, avlatilates llio Food, gi hi' hcallliy and natural bleep, 'ilio Children's Panacea llio mother's Friend. GZNUENE CASTOR J A fBears the Signature of ALWAT. ?1Z mt MliitallMrt mamssmmmmt U-- -V JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Centertown, . JUiverytraari Kentucky. ' -- s, CayfMicjSki The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TM CCNTAUK COMPANY, TT MURRAY - Wp J -- Trompt Attention and Good Service. Mi TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, srisouTKu si:kd con.v. JTRCCT. NW YORK CITY. POSITIONS GUARANTEED WE position If you wtll GUARANTEE you a many moro us real soon. We need supply tbo enormous demand at once to for our irraduates. As soon as we get tho required numbor of students tills offer will bo withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. OIO, Y. HCIIWAUT7. 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JUMBtsl Tii 1P, T4.k(.t.i SA1 itUHI UJtWttMia. WJfc ,.u Esassaasssasss ai.l couninii. eopyrwnu, etc, ra " .tm mMls U..ISV. 21ulr.rsi Jirrrt uUk Wasklite'0 '"'" '"' UnllnllJ. Bdf II IV.r;.7.i2:iuikuinuiak. !! " SI2ND 2 CUMTiS ' ! vmclAntt ! ( ""-- " tJU u ,u.i u, olUetl . , Bui Til rtlhta Patent and Infrliipment Practlct Exelujlvely. I svnuiorcomosousas Etrstt, war Ualtt UUs rstsat OsVt, WAaroriQTors. u. v. IaC9mm,Bsruv - ,r -,. . :i ,i- .r,r,.. -- j.. iubjiiHwr'T.1.. i ...T ia,tutf. iw,w.--..- - -- ktr.r. q A5o aucaflfia ii ui n Bociroso, iu.. kit. n, ousMics II, -Z fflSsS-- V; 4ntts1xaoa 1469. 0UAu 'J J 'AtWAvZ Howfog GlYWfy amaparjw! outlined by the strliifia U piioiij;1i sjincc In which to plant six grains of corn, nnd Unit Is t'liousli t iletcriiilne whctliur mi oar of corn will do for seed or not. In M.lcctliiK tli. grains from pntdi car of corn tlmt Is to lie tested remember that n grain should lie tahen from each of the different parts of the car. This of course means iiiiinliif. from butt to tip nnd around the entire circumferRepublican and Louisville Herald fl.35 ence. As the six grains selected from the car are placed In the moist earth The or sand, marl; the square nml (lie ear with the same number so you will 1.50 The Republican and Ckmrier-Journknow which ears to keep nnd which to discard. When your testing box looks as far ndvnnced as the one in the photo It 1.75 St. Louis Globe-Democr- at will be nn easy matter for you to decide which ears to keep for seed. If six The.Reptblican and strong, henlthy plants come from the six grains planted you have a perfect 1.60 ear of seed corn. If four have come It Is questionable. Less than four means The Republican and Home and Farm a stand nt planting time, nnd the ear must be discarded. only half 1.75 The boys who are members of the boys' com clubs of Kentucky have The Republican and made their fathers and their big brothers who thought they knew everything 3.B0 about corn growing sit up nnd take notice. There Is still n chance to teach The Republican and Louisville Daily the value of the corn tester, so let each nnd every corn club boy test his them 3.50 seed com this spring. IF THE BOYS WHO GKEW OXE HUNDRED The jxepublican ana uaiiy wens ooro inquirer BUSHELS TO THE ACHE THINK IT PAYS TO TEST THEIK SEED O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k CIOKX. HOW ABOUT YOU? convince them' that there Is no such 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer.. BIBLE SHOWS SPIRITISM place, "nor are there any demons. Cast Down to Tartarus. The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1:30 The Bible, however, te .cs that TO BE DEMONISM ii our atthese spirits nre near u 1.50 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly '.Enquirer mosphereand that they have power The over us only as we yield our wills to The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 their suggestions, and our minds to sin. i Mediums Deceived as Weii as St. Peter says that Satan goes about through the earth, seeking whom he may devour; nnd that his host of fallen Their Followers, Accord- -. angels are a present power for evil throughout the world. Jesus bids us ing to Pastor Russell. pray, "Deliver us from the Evil Ouo." Pastor Uussell said that St. Peter tells us that the fallen angels were cast Spirit Communications Through Me- down to Tartarus at the time of the diums Come Not From Dead Hu- Deluge. The wonl tarturui Is used only mans, but From the Fallen Angels, once In the Bible, ami mistranslated hell. Wo Bible Says Pastor Russell In the Bible He story must not ofconfound the the angels with the of 'the fail Traces Their History Satan Him- symbolic picture of the Revelation, self Poses as an Angel of Light The where Satan Is cast out of heaven, said Bible Is the Torch of Liberty and Inthe speaker. This does not refer to the Heads telligence, the Foe to Superstition, literal Heaven. It Is a figurative description of events which occurred long ago. Ignorance and Oemonism. Bill Heads Roman Empire was overwhen Jacksonville, Fla., thrown the Papacy set Itself up, claimand February 10.-- The ing' to be Messiah's Kingdom. Opera House was Satan's First Lie Perpetuated. crowded today to aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaV aaatM B The Pastor then showed at some RusjM atHIIIW, mi 'mmmi hear Pastor ATO ? sell. He spoke length that although God could have twice. We report destroyed Satan nt any time, yet He one of bis dis- has permitted him to continue in bis courses from the course for six thousand years. In order given text, "The angels to demonstrate the evil character of And H which kept not sin. Iii contrast with the beauty of holi'aaaaaaaaaa ness. When meu nnd angels shall have their first estate. aaaaaaaaaaavCaaaaal hut laft- ttmll. nwn learned their lesson well. Satan and all npAsrogjgussaij habitation. He bath wn,o love sin will die the Second Death Note Satan's persistency and effront reserved in lasting restraints under the thick darkness for ery, said the Pastor. God distinctly a Judgmeut of the Great Day." (Jude told Adam that disobedience would bring death. Satan contradicted the G.) He said: declaring. "Ye Last Sunday .we discussed the fall Almighty polntblank. of the angels, who succumbed to sin, shall not surely die." When mankind first Introduced by Satan's rebellion, experienced death, Satan continued to and continued by man's fall from Di- pervert God's Word atid men's mluds vine favor. Man's fall bad to do with by saying that when meu die. they do the fall of the angels, and they In not die reitiiy: but athat a dead man Is turn have had much to do with man's more alive than Is living one. This absurdity further perversion mentally, morally our race century has been repeated to after century, until and physically. St. Paul declared that we wrestle not with flesh and blood all believe Satan's lie and discredit merely, but with wicked spirits In high God's Word. The way back to God nnd to sanity of reasoning is to repu, positions. Epheslaus 0:12. many who diate the lie. and believe God's .Truth: Pastor Russell said that read bis sermons In the newspapers "The dead know not anything." If the Truth prevailed, where would For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jfnks will laugh nt what may seem to be his superstitious belief that fallen angels come. In prayers and masses for tho of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She are In close propinquity with Immunity dead? If the dead know not anything, says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I a continual power for evil. God and how can they suffer In hell or purgatory? Where would come In the belief could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The Truth mnmsiln" Pnrsnnnllv he knows who claim to have communlca uothtug of Spiritism; for. obedient to doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so tlm nivliu. rainmnnd. ho avoids everv- - tfn w"" the dead? many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui thing occult. His knowledge of Spiritsaved my lifel Now, I can do anything." ism comes mainly from the Bible, but is well supported by the testimony of Are Ever at War. mauy rescued from Spiritism. Tliiw a.r two Cdnss (vr!iaa,inely a.t The Rlblc styles the fallen angels TLr, Joy and plVvs. Hut JluclcVci's Arjito demons, translated devils Iu our Com- &Uvo wflU iiinWi Pitas la iwx tovm. It mon Version. These demons, not our piAtxlira ti'w ltclmts. Irrttuftlon, forefathers. Iinvo perverted tho True or awttlllng. It kImmi Gospel. St. Paul refers to their InsidQrtWVt laa.Vv of ln'.dt!s Joy. or suffer from any of ious teachings as "doctrines of demous.' If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, Theso demons have blasphemed God uiww, fcialls, uloars, cuts, brulsca. the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, (scaVla, plnyiles, eiiln omMom. by teaching that Ho prepared for feelings, pains In arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow- n the everlasting torture of nearly all hu- Only 23 cents at all dnwsUts. symptoms of womanly trouble, you manity cscept tho Elect at tho hands or limbs, and other demons. of should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perThus the hutnuti mind was turned fectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best against God In dread. Thus humanity remedy for you to use, as It can do you nothing but good. his assolearned to think of Satan and ciates as in some far-of- f place not near For Infants and Children. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effec- ts. them. But now. tho Pastor said, that Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. humanity are gradually learning that Ti.9 KM You Havi Always Bush. um. . f i,(l. Aitlnr nn PhiHinnnn Mfdlclne Co.. Chittinoon. Trna.. theory of u great torture placo Is a the Bears the book. "Homo Treatment lor Women." teat bee. J 54 lotSpuiallmtructloiu. and hoax, these demons would lead truth-seeketo the 0DiW3ltp.eitre.mej aud Signature of r w vm al OUR CLUBBING RATES, Hrald u Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN- YOUR Letter Noteheads Envelopes Cards . aaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaaafaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaat Statements aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa other printed forms are Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. "Cardui Cured Me" "se sn CARDU I Woman'sTonic $ i a, tire-pro- CASTORIA CZ&. 1 k kllli - jrtiJ-u-- J.. v. MiijpipnPiiniita - ,rWltmwmamW&VWllil!i&M!l&M I3CCOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO nun hi 1 1 I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXX) OOOOOOCCKXOOOOCH3000000000 wNliBi DEMHSniI j9LNrjS3 ON i d sxje3 oiv 1 , 1913 One Week Only Which Shall It Be? Do you intend to continue labor-ing- Great Majestic Ranges "6Xeek Ah February 24 to March SAVE $8.00 a special inducement during week only, with SET OF WARE FREE t. rl. , our demonstration overy MAJKST1C UANGK sold (prices always the same) we will give free one handsome set of ware as illustrated here. Every piece of this ware is the beat of its kind. Not a piece that is not needed in every kitchen. It cannot possibly bo bought for less than $8.00, This ware is on exhibition at our store. DON'T FAIL TO SBK IT. MflJE5TK WETTLE- flEVER-BVR- n COOKER ffM llillllllll WkL 1 HEAVY 5TflmPE& - ISOZ-nL- COPPER SPECIAL All during this weekJa special demonstrator direct from the MAJESTIC FACTORY will be glad to show you "ALL ABOUT RANGES" SHOW YOU why the MAJESTIC is the beat range on earth at any price. M Uti fWMWMWi III '9 IllllllBglfc I lot of fuel each year. You know you have trouble in getting it to bake just right, in fact, spoil a batch of bread every once in a while you know it costs considerable for yearly repairs. Stop and think and figure. Wouldn't it pay you tobuya good range a range with a reputation n PAN I MllPPIrHJ-PAri: BlRriUVI?EB-DPIPPiri5-PflN- burning valuable fuel and destroying high- - priced food with that old worn out cook stove? You know that old stove cats up :a WP"mFD1 hESILS? Jl The Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Range? ' You make no mistake in buying the GREAT MAJESTIC it's the range with THE REPUTATION ask your neighbors. Then, too, it's made just right and of the right kind of material MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL IRON ! COME, IF YOU INTEND TO BUY OR NOT EDUCATION lies in KNOWING THINGS KNOW why the oven of a range is heated KNOW how tne water is lieatod HOW the top is heated WHY the MAJESTIC uses so little fuel KNOW how x range is made inside and outside. This education may serve you in the future. DON'T OVERLOOK a chance to KNOW THINGS shown by one who COME. while breakfast is cooking nothing for repairs. Don't buy the range you expect to last a lifetime "unsight unseen;" you'll be sure to be disappointed. Come to our store during demonstration week, see the GREAT MAJESTIC have its many exclusive features explained find out why the MA JESTIC is 300 per cent stronger than other ranges where most ranges are weakest. together practically air tight lined with pure asbestos board parts being malleable can't break has a movable reservoir and an oven that don't warp that's why the MAJESTIC uses so little fuel, bakes just right every day in the year (browns bread just right all over withqut turning), heats 15 gallons of water properly handled lasts a lifetime, and costs practically riveted df I DON'T OVERLOOK THE DATE. THIS IS A SPECIAL INVITATION TO YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS AND - NEIGHBORS ! ! E. I3. 0000XXK00OOOOOOCKXX HERBERT. llui-dct- Barnes u. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Surprise Birthday Dinner. about 0:0 o'clock, uccordlng to previous regardless of the steady downpour of rain, the neighbors, friends and relatives of J. Hnrcli Taylor began to gather at the home of Taylor for tho his father, John purpose of celebrating Uurch's birthday. Not until several had arrived did ho roallre what It nil meant, and to say ho was surprised would be but putting It mildly. All came with well filled baskets, the contents of same consfbtlng of tho following good things: Dolled ham, baked hens ami duckB, cranberries, marcaronl, banana salad, salmon salad, potnt salad, sweet and sour pickles, jollies and various kinds of cakes with grape Juice and whipped cream, and many other things. The ladles presented Mr. Taylor with a nice worsted friendship quilt of which ho was very proud. The afternoon was spent In singing and social conversation with a short well chosen talk by Hev. Roystor, of and prayer by Rev. Moll, of Beaver Dam. All went away fooling that It was a day well spent for true happiness Is obtained by an On Tuesday, Fob. 11, n, So Tlio Bro. $ EDWARDS SCH00LHOUSE. Yb. is. Panther Creek has n H" Mcr fcrtvn Suudii) whool ami praor 'f Row U. tl. Liwroiuo, Is tho pastor. llnrnvillo Hirmors pooled with the A. S. of iV K. .aro gelling vir anxious lor a ot tho Olilo t"oinit tobacco. Mr. Jim Chambers has erected Thhjsw on his Tarai to ho occupied li Hta on. Frank Chambers. t ami bride of Mr. Arthur Colorado, an e.Xticcied lioiiU' t'Ma w:K. TUr will reside hero this rvr, year. of Owonsboro. Mr. Kd Fvololgh, nun oil tuto this lclnlty. na Mr. Pick Evans lias mined to Urny-sti- n county anil Mr. Leslie Nool lias jjjoicd to the farm ao.Uod b him. Mr. Jim llurdett has moved Kiel; Ho Ills farm. !r. WalUor Crowe has mined to and Mr. John MoPan-fe- l avar movod to U. M. Millers num. Iub Hr. Charllo Rheardun has bought o Mr. Itavld A. Miller's tarm and mo-v-lV-inft- 1L has bought tho --jttuA of goods of Ezra Huff and axned to Herbert. JJr. Arthur Stltes and Mlsa Emma Mud UarKor Jones were married la Owonsboro parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rhoar-doSaturday. Mrs. Salllo Floyd and son, Myrtle, nro The slok In tho commtmlt of Mrs. John Hrunor, llttlo Howard llur-do- tt visited Mrs. Eliabcth Douthott, Sythla, last week. Mr. .Mm Ford. and He. 1. K. Floyd and family, of Miss Cllura Crow, of EatnavUlc Is McKonzIo, Teiin., spent two weeks visiting at Mr. Jim Hurdetts. recently. Mr. Holiort .Millers visited Mr. .Hm with his mother Mr. Will I'ayno has sold his farm' Phillips, near Whltesvlllo estorday. Mr. l'hllllpa has boon very Blck for to Mr. .las. Ford and has moved to tho Tool place which he purchased, some time. uear Whltesvlllo. Mr. Harris Harbotit sold his farm Mr. ttuy Hluton ami family, of to Mr. Abe Hovvo ami has moved to Eansille, Intl., haw moved to Mrs. S thia. i Amanda Stewart's farm. Mr. Willie Crowe hns movod to Mr. Israel Hhcnrdou has moved to his mothers' near Katnavllle, and Mr. Walter Skinner's, where he will make Ezra llulf has moved Into Mr. a crop this year. Ciowo's place. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chambers Mr. Newman Harden Is visiting spent Sunday at Herry May's. i his mother at Wabash, I ml. T.utx? U no tiilar tnwlf-'lmiula for Mh.s Mary Chambers la visiting' iUU Vwvi t)'fcinvl)trl.Un-- Cvisrli relatives at lllacKford. i It uU an nUure's pLvn, svllti.-i-.-i Mr. Hill Mllburn and Mr. Obe Uur- -' dott are rutting In their time making ' tho Iuivj. aivnj Ok arrttvi. nil I Kitchen cabinets, AxpwtfCMXlon; ail invtiVoniM dv W3V:1 Mr. Arthur Ford's family visited t) a tvitltliy ivvu4ttin. For o.V by at Henry Wllllama Sunday. all tVoi-j-. Miss Myrtle Uurdott who la school near Llvermore la home soon. Mr. Wilbur Rheardon has FOR FLETCHER'S to Missouri after a vtalt to hla i !' K'Mii-eJ- Children Cry Feb. IS. Rev. Vunhoy filled his regular appointment at Bethel church Sunday. Several In this community aro sick atthls writing. Llttlo FJolso Fllknck, daughter of John Fllback has dlptherla. Miss Lonls Laws, who has been sick for some time Is no better at this writing. Mr. Levy Volls, Mrs. John Nix, Mlsa Margaret Hurt, Mrs. Essie Tucker, Tommlo Nix, Tonuuio Vance are on the sick list at this writing. Mlsa Magglo Miller, of .Hartford, la visiting hor sister Mra. Vena Wright, this place. Miss Elizabeth Taylor, of llutler county, Is visiting nt Mr. Dorman MATT1E. Hurts, this place and will also visit her undo, Mr. Win. Schroador at Red The Trials of a Traveler. Hill. "I am a Uvv,iJui .wrlUvi Mr. Losln Raines and wife wero U. H. Yaimjjs, E. UnrlcjWrv. Vt., "and tho guests of her parents, Mr. John was o&lui troubled wWi axvUlvtUUrm Dabnoy from Saturday until Sunday. Mra. Vena Wright visited her parami iivlUsoitutan nil I U'ffui to a Dr. ents. Mr. John Miller at Hartlord Kins' Ntw Utt 1'IIU. .wliiih I rviw from Saturday uutll Sunday. foaiul un oxivilNxt rwinily.'fVir 'i sioiUaih, IWfv or kUlnoy Croubfed thiy are uivoi)ulU, Only 33 ohUm uX Alt honest effort to make others happy. following mimed persons were present: ltov. and Mrs. Alexander Roystor. Contortown; Rov. and .Mrs. A. L. Moll, W. 1. Leach, wife and son Eldred, Mrs. Jno. M. Leach, Mrs. E. V. Stevens and daughter Nona, W. H. Taylor, wife ami sons, Thompson and Edward; Mrs. Ola C'hlun, It. l.oo Taylor, wife and three sons, l.llboru, Clando nnd Myron; John Tuylor, 1 II. Tuylor, Henry Taylor, llureh Taylor, II. L. Taylor. R. A. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert U Taylor. Misses Efflo Alford, "Era Tny-lo- r, Hello Taylor, Clara Aleon lliack, Mary Corlnno lliack, Horace Taylor, wife and son, Otho llureh. L v -- CASTORI A Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A '