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AN PLACED ON of whisk) is seized and destroyed In transit it will be dlffclult for the shipper to collect claims against tho load In view of the fact that tho original waj bill will be tlestrojed also. Henry L. Stone, chief counsel for the Louisville and Nashville Kail-- ' road Conn any, said .testcrday thnt his department lias the Webb Bill under consideration but no construction has, as yet, been placed upon It. It is known thfct the legal staffs of tho Southern Railway, the Illinois Central, Chesapeake aamt Ohio, Big Four and n number of other smaller lines have Instructions to find a means of handling whisky shipment In dry territory without risk to the shipper and carrier. To Have Good Gardens . ,i traduced, and to lend the vveifibt of the administration to the support of tho Mils. . Tills information, and the fact tha' TO WORK 'tl.o President will endeavor In for- waiulni? his policies to uso person-'ti- l persuasion, not only with tho mem party, but with Pro hers of his Will Not See Office Seekers gressive Republicans who nn' Inclined to bo trlcndly, raino from thoso who havo talked with lilm since ills Unless Called For. Inauguration. The President does not plan to draft legislation, but expects, by sugHew President Says He Will Not gestion nnd conference, to come to an agreement upon specific measures Appoint Any of His Relatives with tho party leaders. It has not whether currency To Any Office. been determined :i. will be taken up at tie special session. It was learned today that when Washington, March 10. After Tour tho President believes tho time Is strenuous das, in which his confer- ripe for such legislation, ho will call Into conference such men ns Repreences wllh Democratic lenders were Interrupted by hand- sentative Glass, of Virginia, head of that has been Inshakers, President Wilson today de- the questions, to currency he will make ap- vestigating cided thnt lwroafer pointments only after 11 o'clock In agree upon tho outline of a bill that the morning, or for the East Ilootn would have administration backing. process, the President beSuch In the afternoon, lie plans to come to the. executive office about 9 a. in. lieves would discourage the flood of and first devote two full uninterrupt- Individual bills usually offered when ed hours to correspondence nnd other reform legislation Is undertaken and Important business of the day. Mem- would concentrate the efforts of party bers of bis Cabinet and persons for leaders toward somo kind of agreewhom he sends will not be subject ment In advance of public discussion. to the new rule, but all others will. This method. It Is also believed in On Cabinet da) 8 the President will some quarters, would havo the efsec his vlsltorsb eforc It o'clock, fect of steadying the nervous system the hour of meeting. The Presi- of the business world when subjects dent's list today was long enough so vital' as the tariff and currency are being revised. to keep hint busy. Congressional leaders practically ar Hurlcson reachPostmaster General ed the executive olflces today Just a agreed upon the suggestion that no few minutes after the President subject but tho tariff should be taken walked over from the White House. up In the special session. Many Several Democratic National Com- House leaders even doubt the adcurrency mitteemen from the West had en- visability or bringing In a Stone. bill near the end of the extra session today. Senator gagements Speaker Clark and Representative as has been suggested to the PresiAlexander, of Missouri, who were dent by the advocates of Immediate oxt on the list, came to discuss Mis- - currency reform. While the President anticipates but Wp'"8 claims to several lnitwrtant little difficulty on the prompt movepositions. ment of tariff measures ihriugh President Wilson's rule about he is somen bat sullckotis over cussing patronagn with his visitors upply to members of Con- - the situation I; the Sena i, where does not .pecs. It was pointed out at the tho Democrat!' l ao: ty to nrnll. A ' W'llto House today that the Presi- preliminary can ass In tilt o .ir..e has dent Intended hiss announcement that developed the fc t II at ...any Demoshould address them- -' crats or that bo,. will favor more officrseekcis salves to heads of departments should radical cuts In some of the tariff duconnot be Interpreted as Including Sena- ties than they did in the Inst tors and Representatives, to whom gress. The extent to which the House the President hopes to be accessi bills will receive united Democratic ble at all times and on all subjects support is not yet certain, however. The break that occurred in the Mr. Wilson Intends to consult with cabinet members ubout the recom- Democratic caucus in the Senate last immendation of members of Congress week Is apparently to have no portant effect upon the anticipated and vice versa. Clie whole purpose Is to divert the stream of applicants control of that body by the progressive Democratic forces. and their friends from tho White government departments, While Sen. Hoke 'Smith, of Georgia, House to he so that the field of choice may be accepted as a personal rebuff tho degradually reduced before he takes feat of his colleague. Senator Bacon, for the position of president pro up the question of appointments. was Governor tempore, subsequent conferences of When the President uf New Jersey he always gave prece- tho Democrats havo indicated that will be accomplished with dence to members of the Legislature, progressive forces in and when that body was In session tho open control of committees and Senate lie would ahva)8 keep his door to tho legislators to come and go un- machinery. The strong personal fight mnd?by announced. Mr. Wilson hoped In that thochalr-manshl- p way to encourage frequent consul- Senator Tillman to secure of the Appropriations Comtations about legislative matters. It seris otUe probable that when Congress mittee, to which seniority of pursue the same vice would entitle him, Is expected Is in session ho will course, and It has even been suggest- to bo successful. Senator Simmons secure the chaired that when critical moments arrive also Is expected to tho powin dealing with legislation Mr. Wll-$- - manship ho desires, that of which Committee, room erful Finance ihay go to tho President's at' i'o Capitol to bo in close physi- handles all tariff bills. In each case, tho other Important cal touch with members of both tho however, as with balanco of tho memcommittees, tho .houses. probably be bo disPresdlont Wilson expects to send berships will among now and old SenaSenate today the nomination tributed to the the balance of conor James I. niakeslee, Secretary of tors as to leao of Pennsylvania State Democratic trol In tho hands of the forces tho which Senator Kern is tho present Committee, to bo Fourth Assistant General. Mr. Hlakesleo leader. Postmaster Tho Presdlent had boforo him towas reported last weok as slated day tho question ot whether he Jor Third Assistant, but a deflnlto should consent to the appointment announcement was mado today, at the of a relativo to public office. On Wlilto House, that ho will havo the Saturday, when Capt. Alfred Wilson, Departfourth placo In tho Postofflco of Portland, Ore., a second cousin, ment. of tho Presdlent, was suggested to It was expected that tho announ- tho Secretary of War for a member selection of Stato Senacement of tho ot the Philippine) commission, Mr. tor F. D. Roosevelt, of Now York, Garrison consulted tho President and Secretary of the. to bo Assistant found him disinclined to appoint a Navy, to succeed Beckham WInthrop. relative to offcio. A delegation of the Senato today would bo sent t6 however, talked again Westerners, or tomorrow. today to Secretary Garrslon In the East Room, tho Late today, in tho corps wore Interest of Capt. Wilson, and the members of Secretary told them he would have formally to tho to be presented dip- no objection to tho appointment ot tho on "Wednesday Capt. Wilson It the President wcro lomat! and their wives will meet willing. Mrs. Wilson. President Wilson will take a hand Dad Explains. himself In framing legislation with Tommy "Mamma had a lot of Ith the tho ftew Congress. of party leaders in the House thtngs sent home C. O. D. today. does C. O. D. mean?" and Senato, he proposes to work over What Tommy's pop "C. O. D., my son, tariff, currency and other importhe in- - means "Call on Dad." tant measures even before they are the-HousPresi-dent,a- SECRETARY WHISKEY TRAFFIC Express Companies Awaiting for Decision. Webb Liquor Bill Causes Express Companies to Refuse Pack- Makes Statement as to A, S. of E. ed as a likely successor to Chandler Anderson, counsellor of the Depart ment of State. Robert II. Lansing, a member of tho American side of the British pecunlnry claims commission, was nlFO a caller to Mr. Bryan today. Ho has been mentioned foe Assistant Secretary of State, in placo of Huntington Wilson. i , St. Patrick Emblems. Asks Tillers of Soil to Join With Patrick's day Just a week off, the Transatlantic mail is bringing a delThem for Own Mutual uge of niomcntoes from Ireland. Aid And Benefit. Clerks at the general postoffice find sprays of shamrocks, ferns and Irish sod bursting from envelopes and packages addressed to Irish citizens of this country. It is found that a number to the old' folks a home are using postcards as an economical way to send shamrock seeds. The seeds are sealed In a small envelope, about twice the size of a stamp and stuck in the upper lefthand corner of a postcard adorned with Irish emblems and verses. New York, .March 10. With St. n i )M t ages for. Shipment. Louisville, Ky., March 9. That the Webb Bill will seriously affect the liquor Interests In the State, express companies and transportattlou lines operating In and out of this territory became apparent yesterday whim the Southern Express Company and the Santa Fe Road, through Its connecting lines, served notice on the shippers that consignments of whisky will be refused pending the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States as to the constitutionality ot the new law. The fact that the Southern Express Company has assumed this attitude was made known )esterday by Ben ComF. Voght.ot the pany, one of the largest whisky mall-ordhouses In Kentucky. Mr. Voght said the express company notified him it would not accept any whsiky shipments destined to points In Kentucky, North Carolina and South Carolina until the Supremo Court's definition of the law is received. The circular issued to the shippers of Louisville by tho Santo Fe through its connecting lines, was as follows: Voght-Applegate er at Taylor Mines. Coal Company at Taylor Mines has Inaugurated a most com mendable scheme In an endeavor to Interest their men in producing good gardens and attractive lawns, flower gardens, etc., about their homes. The plan was devised by Superin tendent Fraser, and It is hoped will be taken up by every other company In the county. A prize of $10 In gold is to be aw arded for the best garden; with $3 Second premium; $7.50 in gold for the best kept lawn with $2.50 in gold as prize for the second best. Rev. A. B. Gardner, of Beaver Dam; C. M. Barnett, of Hartford, and Floyd W. Parsons, editor of tho Coal Age; of New York, have been agreed upon as the judges. The contest will be determined June IS and 19. On the last day the first aid team will give an exhibition of mine rescue work. The contest and exhibition will no doubt bring out a largo number of visitors from all points in the county. Taylor DROUTH IS PRO.MISED. On account of tho Webb Bill, re- Pleased With cently passed by Congress, the Santa Fe Railroad can not accept for shipment to points within the States of Kansas and Oklahoma, any shipments of intoxicating liquors, unless all charges are prepaid and an af fidavit is obtained from consignor, also consignee, that the liquor ship ments were not shipped to be used in violation of the laws of these States. A. C. Sommers, agent for the South ern Express Company and the Adams Express Company, said yesterday that It Is certain Adams Company will assume tho same attitude toward the whiskey shipments until the Bill is thoroughly understood. "We have our insructtions from the legal department of the Southern Express Company," said Mr. Sommers, "but thus far we have heard nothing from the Adams Express Company. How-ove- r, I am almost satisfied that the same position will be taken by the Adams Express Company until all concerned are sure of their ground." ROUTING. Tho Baltimore and Ohio SouthwestSOME CIRCUITOUS Our Paper and Pasjor Russell Feature. Fordsville, Ky., March 11. The Republican, Hartford. Ky. Dear Editors: I havo received two copies of your paper, Hartford Republican. Your paper is real good and newsy, but the most important as well as the topic you print most interesting weekly Is Pastor Russell's Sermons. Pastor Russell Is certainly a great christian leader of the true children of God. He has shed wonderful light on many seemingly dark sayings In the scriptures. I feel that God will bless all who publish this noble man's sermons for they aro having a hand In helping people out of darkness into the light of God's holy word. His work has cast away so much of the doubt and darkness I once held to. Pastor Russell, I hope will have a class of Bible students at our school house, ere long. May God bless you for your noble work of printing Respectfully, said sermons. MRS. W. D. HARDIN. ern Railroad Company yesterday had two big shipments of whisky destined In order to for Memphis, Tenn. avoid running any risk tho consignments were Touted ia tho Frisco and Iron Mountain roads at St. Louis, rur. nlng to Memphis along the West shore of tho Mississippi River. In this way prohibition sections lying between Louisville and Memphis were avoided. Sinco tho passago to tho Webb BUI widely diversified opinions have been expressed as to whether or not authorities In dry tenittory havo tho right to stop trains and unload whisky shipments destined to points beyond. The fan that tho II. & O. people have already taken tho precaution to ship to Memphis via St. Louis Indicates that this danger confronts the shippers. When tho Santa fFe notice and tho announcement ot 'ho Southern Express Company became known here yesterday fear was expressed on all sides In whisky circles that other railroads would take similar action. of railroad authorities A number gavo the assurance that the traffic will not be Interferred with. Despite this It la believed b many htat to they will require tho shippers prepay the freight charges in advance and at tho same time demand sworn affidavits that the Intent and purpose ot the shipment Is legitimate under the laws ot the States through which they must pass. DEMAND REPAY. The prepaid freight charge demanded by the Santa Fe simply means that all the risk Is run by the ship per. Under this rule 'It a shipment Big Union Church. Danville, Ky., March 11. There has been a movement set on foot to raise a sufficient amount of money to erect a union church in West Danville, a suburban section of the city which is too far out for tho people to attend tho services of any of tho city churches. Still there aro not enough people of ono denomination to erect any special church, so all have Joined together In a union church, and when It Is completed any denomination may hold services in it. It will bo a beautiful and commodious edifice. More Corn in Kentucky. Frankfort, Ky., Marcli 13. The American Society of Equity proposes to give all a chance to make a better living by cstablslh- lng selling of all farm products and also by building up cooperative establishments, and this will tend to make the weak stronger, physically, mentally and morally; the Ignorant wiser and all better and happier together. This is the high Ideal of human liberty, and a broader conception of human brotherhood, an will if put Into complete operation bo a long step toward putting an end to human slaver)', oppression and in justice ,as endured by thousands of our people to day. Now we urge the hasty comple tion of this great organization that already has many great and noble reforms to her credit, with marly more soon to follow If the people will only have her offered benefits. Do not thoughtlessly say, I want to wait awhile till It Is a bigger organization, and I have positive proof that the Amerclan Society of Equity is going to benefit me. You aro a sane human being. A kind providence has endowed you with the power of reasoning from cause to affect, therefore you have sense enough to know that tlje. A. S. of E., can never accomplish your liberation from the piratical food trust and commission men, and all other trusts, who amass fabulous fortunes, which represent your hard and unceasing toil, unless you Join in and help to make It a power, will you do It? You know very well that the best building material would and could never make Itself into a complete building without the energetic efforts 'of skillful mechanics. If a number of mechanics were to stand around a pile of splendid building material and every one were to wait until some other fellows made a com. plete building of that material, there would never be a building. This is plain reasoning Is It not? Therefore, can you not see that you help to defeat the grand and noble plans of the A. S. of E. by keeping outside of the organization? Do not be afraid that somebody Is going to skin you. The y skin game you are enduring would certainly be no worse under any system (or we should say lack of system) The sum of money which Id takes to Join the soolety is so insignificant that this ought to bo the least reason for not becoming a member at once. We are fully convinced that you should not hesitate a moment after you think serlouslyy over ment after you think seriously over the conditions that surround you and tho possibilities awaiting you if you but glvo your support to a great National Organization such as tho American Society of Equity. Remember this, In union there is strength. Your exploiters aro well organized, "as Is evidenced by tho powerful trusts. Thereforo, does It not stand to reason that you cannot defend yourself 'single-hande- d against the schemes of robbery of tho class? to-da- n Wilson to Worship at "Church of i Presidents." Washington, March 8. President Wilson will attend the New York Presbyterian Avenuo Church. The pew which Presidents Lincoln and-- ' Buchanan occupied has been assigned to the new President. It will be occupied for the first time tomorrow. Dr. Wallace Radcllffe, pastor of thei New York Avenue Church, has been a personal friend of President Wilson for many years. Other Presdlents who have worshipped In this church were Andrew Jackson, John Qulncy Adams, William Henry Harrison and Millard . Fllmore. The church Is In the very heart of the city and not more than five minutes walk from the Whlto House. Presidents Roosevelt and were fond of walking to church. President Taft almost invariably rode. It is supposed that Mr. Wilson's democratic simplicity will lead him to the church on foot each Sunday morning when the weather Is good. ey f m ) Horrible Suicide At Dukehurst. Mr. James R. Burden, of near" Dukehurst, and son of Mr. Ben Burd en, of Cromwell, committed suicide Saturday morning about 7:30 by cut ting his throat from ear to ear, with the .blade of a razor, cutting the wind pipe, swallow and Jugular vein. It seems that for several weeks had been worrying consider ably over the fact that his son had accldently killed his friend several' weeks ago. This appeared to bear heavily upon the father's mind, and on Saturday morning he left his home.' on the Wlmsatt place, saying he was coming to Hartford. He passed by his daughter's house, Mrs. Tilford Aldrldge, and stopped in for a few minutes saying that he thought he would come In and shave with her' husband's razor before he left' for Hartford. His daughter told him that" 'there was a blade of a razor In the machine drawer, and Mr. Burden Instantly got it, and U'ft the house, walking hurriedly toward Mr. George Hickey's store. Almost In front of tho storo, ho stopped and ended his lifo, with his daughter watching him, she having gone to the door of her house when her father left. When friends reached him ho was dead, and County Coroner, Dr. A. B. Riley, of this city, was summoned to hold an Inquest. The coroner readily found that It was suicide. Mr. Burden was about sixty year" old, and leaves a wife and six children. He was burled at Sunnydale. , -- ' ' " ' Com- S. B. ROBERTSON, missioner ot Agriculture Newman today received a' bulletin from the Department of Agriculture, Washington, giving tho actual ylold of corn In this State during 1912. Tho acreage planted during 1912 was 3,000,000 which was tho samo as in 1911. Tho averugo yield was 30.4 as against twenty-si- x bushels to the ucie for tho preceding year. The value of tho 1912 crop was $60,192,000 on 109.440,-00- 0 bushels as against $58,908,000 on 93,600,000 bushels for tho preceding year. State Sec, A. S. of .E. Job Hunters Swarming. Washington, March 8. A number of Senators and Representatives called upon Secretary Bryan today, somo alone, but many accompanied by constituents, looking for positions. Tho Secretary apparently made no direct promises, but accorded to eaoh applicant the privilege of filing his papers with an understanding thnt his claim should receive duo consideration. Toward the end of the day, Prof., John Bassett Moore, ot Columbia University, appeared by Mr. Bryan's own After a conference ot invitation. nearly an hour, the two went to the Whlto Houso and talked with President Wilson. No announcement was made as to the result ot these conferences though Prof. Moore's name had been mention Marriage License. Tho following havo been Issued since our last Issue. Remus O. Fleldcn and Nellie R. Schroader, route 1 Hartford. Joe Eskrldge, Reynolds, and Chloe E. Keene, Fordsville. II. C. Wallace and Goldle D. Bennett, Hartford. L. E. Shown and Annie Campbell, Hartford. Vasco Carden, Narrows, and No nle May SInnett, Deanfleld. E. G. Atherton and Elizabeth Whlttaker, route 6 Hartford. Tho street car conductor opened the door to the front platform to collect. his fares. Ho encountered five police-men riding homo from work. "Five coppers," remarked the con- -' ductor, slamming the door, "and not a ulckle In the bunch!" Judge. . A. S. of E. Notice. Beaver Dam Magisterial District of tho American Society of Equity will meet at Union schoolhouso Saturday, March 15 at 1 o'clock p. m. Let each local be represented for there will be Important business before the meet R. T. PORTER, President. ing. HORACE TAYLOR, Sec'y. ., i rwi. ,wa- M- Now Is tho time to look about for TSnrfcey Can Still Pay All Her Loans nnnin onrlv crou that will bring In If Left Her Asiatic a little inone). For those who live Empire. cloao to n village or small city the BEBTS OF BALKAN STATES Planning the Garden. Hogwallow News. J Ga., October 31, ISM. Home, York City. Practiced law In Tennessee and New York. Builder of first tunnel under Hudson River. President of Hudson & Manhattan rietta, New early vegetable catches the tllnies now are map and dollurs. Even though there many aniens In town, there aro n great ti.niiy who prefer to buy their run-als- c vegetables. In connection with the war. sale of vojietnhles, early plants pay hold a ha.ulsome dividend, says a cons 5Vnnco. tributor to Farm ami Homo. Yarfceyinst year had a debt of 5570.-iCThe great thing in gardening is to With , not badly depreciated. tvady a week or In Kurope she have the vegcnblcs n$r Constantinople left two before the other fellow. You peo-filwin aUU hvo nearly 200,000,000 not only get the advantage of high "but 4k Is not easy to tax Her debt la $2S.50 per bend. prices at the first of the season, tir comparison, that of France Is but when once n customer, if your that held .fit a head, allStates at homes bea- goods are O. K, you can hold them (Interest yt the 4Wtcd throughout the season. ring, "SIX; at of Now Zealand, $250, A quarter or half aero Is largo nhpr or productive purposes. jorrowliig money Turkey hns enough to begin wih. This amount auVwted 4o conditions thnt reallyPor-.X- if worked intelligently, will produce an astonishing amount of "truck." nations would refuse, wi nor revenue aro ear marked The piece of ground selected for the dobtg, and the powers garden should be cleared of all rubTor ert? cinSm tVo right, to restrict even her bish or trash, such as largo dry txrisr rales. This will make flnan-s- l weeds, stie'.s, cte, t'.int will Interfere readjustment complicated. cultivation or which will cause n3Earia has old loans of $24 a 'with has recently borrowed $3,000,-C5&- 9 the soil to lo3c moisture. The spot selected should be eaore. and presumably owes Czar 2?Vn!iiianJ tils great pcrsonnl fortune, with well rotted stable ma- vfeteh he has risked on the war. Ser-iii,- 3 ' nure or that from the pigpen or poul- debt Is $50 a head. Greece's $65 try house. Use all of these: there Is With more saad rather depreciated. no danger of getting the soil too rich. SFTrttory her credit will be better. Hut be sure and get the manure well government Is now efficient. 2Icr 3e.T.tencgro has not had to wheedle mixed with the soil. After plowing sxnat? lenders to buy powder and ,nnd harrowing the piece e of ground. com zxaaxm. nig brother Russia has long scatter 125 pounds of adfcnwd her $200,000 a year for guns mercial fertilizer over It and work It antC schools, chiefly guns, and King In three or four Inches with a cultiNfcftKdaB can get any money ho needs vator. Cultivate tho garden all you inscs Ulcli relatives In St. Peters-Tfcsr- can before planting. It matters not ifttliout bothering the bourses. "Montenegro bonds aro practically not how rich the garden is, the fertili.er listed a tho exchanges, but sold by will warm it early In the spring, and cprlvxle agreement. also start and help to keep up a rank Ccraslderlng their fertility and growth throughout the season. none of the Halkan states is AXsausinglyw handicapped by debt, as 'State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ( (ss. Lucas County. seemed to be with her $XC0 I of bonds when tho republic Frank J. Cheney makes oath that rsi ho Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business 3SJM IS PUBLIC BENEFACTOR In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm -- jfattn Ware's Act 8hould Bring Relief will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED to a Few Distressed DOLLARS for each and every case Souls. of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Cure. 77blle working through a mlnfng tho use of Hall's Catarrh CHENEY. FRANK J. recently I saw an advertise-nswu- tt XSiract Sworn to before me and subscribed ia a country paper that ought to "'Jvrw; relief to a few distressed In my presence, this 6th day of Deisonia," said the traveling salesman. cember, A. D. 1SSC. ""at 5ss4ed. the personal column, A. W. GLEASON, nrxit, riiaJd: Notary Public. (Seal.) ""Els it "hereby known to all my Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In that I have this day and acts directly on tho 'aW letters that they would ternally, reufts to be destroyed. JOHN WAItE." blood and mucous surfaces of the Coat tiotlco was so extraordinary system. Send for tettsimonials free. r&ac I stopped over for a late train F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. anofi called on John Ware. Ho was Sold by all Druggists, 75c. ca. xolul old man and willing to talk. Take Hall's Family Pills for con 2ie said ho was a person to whom stipation. gKiepXe Toluntnrlly imparted secrets; e csany persons In bursts of Xiad written letters that Never Give Up. no .Xjift .afterward regretted having writ-'ie- c Then take this honey for the bitterSometimes they said, 'Destroy est cup: 'ifcA- a- sometimes they didn't. Anyhow, There is no failure save In giving up; "Ware liad kept most of these .ialw. letters. But now that No real fall so long as one still tries, oe was iratting old Re had seen what For seeming setbacks make the stron Jftarrs might result from those letters man wise. TsKas into strange hands, and he There's no defeat In truth, save from "iad isikttt that novel way of notlfy-2n- s within; hU .orrespondentu that they wero Unless you're beaten there, you're saafe. win. Farm and bound to TEiax "tiiTlc with John Ware set me Home. '.Oikiteag. The first thing I did when 3 jvofc. back homo was to burn a batch You Judge a man not by what he aX lefiiers." promises to do, but by what he has done. That Is the only true test. 'Social Amenities In Macedonia. JMxooat st tho moment we entered Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Judged ZBtrcnuL n ihot was heard, and a by this standard has no superior. Peo who was trying to disarm an pie everywhere speak of it In tho .A&aalAtt who was carrying weapons highest terms of praise. For sale by fictcirary to tho law was laid low. So All Dealers. Tac s we could learn tho Albanian cxsteSi? walked off unpursued, while rth w policeman breathed his last .a fh train that took us back to Sa- IcmTti Ibat samo afternoon us he was bir.B carried to the hospital. Such & Sacldout, seemingly commonplace, toM volames about tho Albanian peril, ftvStSrjfr-'i- ssatt the antipathies between the lr-revrrccilabla races of Macedonia. In 'jrp&e or tho murder things seemed to Take go en quietly and peacefully enough Ono ix. the streets of Ueroea. Tho mer-Pain PHI, sbxats In the tiny shops sold their groOs la leisurely fashion. then Llttlo ,j?irii with cocked knitting needles TaHo TJjfvhd them Industriously as thoy It walked along. Tho unusual advent Easy. strangers, for an American at four a&aJanary and a Greek pastor accom- Head-Of- f 3rJted us, beemed to glvo tho Ileroo--Tii-no llttlo diversion as wo made cvnr way with Interested curiosity ihron?h tho narrow streots. Christian Nothing Is Better than Herald. "Financiers arc figuring out fccndholders will stnnd after the f Uie tlalltans Is rearranged, the New York World. AU the llttlo states have been Into debt, getting ready for rbrot-Ionrth- s of their bonds nre Ara-fck.a. 3M-.3ed I J high-gradjr Jui-m- - Railroad. SECRETARY OF GARRISON, Jurist, WAR-l.lNDLEY COURIER -- JOURNAL J o tJ M The mall carrier observed a rabbit setting by the madsldc Just this side of Hounding lllllows Tuesday morning, and hu cxiccted to to;t and shoot It upon his return Tues-dn- y evening, but it had fled. The Old Miser of Musket letting the fire die down In place and warms his feet in stove. The smoke wears j chimney. his firetho cook out hi jenra old. bornCainden, N. J. Home. .Merchant- -' vlllc,' N. J. Son of an Episcopal clergyman. Brother of Justice I'lmrhs of the New Jersey Supreme to the I'hnmrrj Court. Apjointed by For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the Court lu 1901, and Mtihlnn Ridge Is Chanrollor Pitney, now i. member of tho United States Supreme Court' ATTORNEY GENERAL JAMES ' Jt confl-rfsno- sistant Attorney General of the UnitAfterward specThe Tlckvlllo Tidings has editor- ed States, 1903-uially conic out against compulsory ially retained by U)v eminent In antitrust matters, pnrticularlv in tobacco prohibition. and coal trust suits. The Wild Onion school teacher GENERAL ALBERT ; lectured on tho United States Fri- POSTMASTER SIDNEY BURLESON. Congressman Wo wore surprised to day night. see such a largo and Intelligent aud- and lawyer. Born nt San Marcos, . ience out. In the course of his re- Tex., June 7, 1S03. Home, Austin, marks ho paid a glowing tribute to Tex. Educated at Texas A. and M. our country, and It is a pit that College, Baylor University and Uneverybody in the United States iversity of Texas": Assistant City At). Attorney Austin, could not have been there to hear torney Texas Judicial District, him. One reason wo keep so far Twenty-sixt- h Member of Congress since ahead of other nations, said lie, Is 1S91-9to Slxty-thrl- d that we are getting up and going to 1S99 and " every morning Congress. work on this side while tho people around on the othSECRETARY OF THE NAVY JOSEer side are just going to bed. PH US DANIELS, newspaper owngiving his opinion of the suffra- er and editor. Born at Washington, In the N. C, May IS, 1SC1'. Home, Raleigh, gette business, Tobe Moseley morning stated that there was N. C. Educated in Wilson (N. C.) other enough argument already going on Collegiate Institute. Editor of Wilaround the house without adding son, N. C, Advance at IS; of Raleigh Ra1SS3, ' and State Chronicle, politics. leigh News and Observer since 1S94. Wash Hocks notices that the pub- Democratic National Committeeman o lic makes an awful about it from North Carolina. when some Bill passes the House at says somebody SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR-FRANK- LIN He Washington. KNIGHT LANE, lawpasses his house nearly every day. says if anything has yer. Born on Prince Edward Island. But Bat Smith yet passed the still house he hasn't Canada, July 15, 1S64. Educated at University of California. Practiced Senate. law In San Franclsro. Candidate for Yam Sims caused a flutter of ex- Governor of California, 1902. Member citement In our midst one day this of Interstate Commerce Commission week by galloping up in front of the since rjO.'i, and at present chairman. postofflec and announcing that he had just met a green colored mule SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE-DAV- ID HOUSTON. FRANKLIN down the road. While Yam is regarded as a truthful church member, University Chancellor. Born at Mon- I" the crowd could scarcely '"'"believe roe, N. C, February 17, liOtl. Home, their ears, and a delegation started St. Louis, Mo. Educated at South out to view the mule with their own Carolina College and Harvard Uni. eyes. They looked up and down the versity. Dean or faculty, University President Agriof Texas, road for ssveral miles, and when they got back to tho postofticc they cultural and .Mechanical College of Chancellor of Washfound that Yam had looked at an Texas, lOOl'-Oordinary sorrel mule h rough green ington University, St. Louis, since 190S. glasses. ". 1SS5-IM0. to-d- McREYNOLDS, lav j or. CLAUD Fobnmrj '. Miss Ilditotter Hocks sang several Born at Elkton, Kv nice songs at tho Rye Straw sociable b02. Home, New York City. Educatthe other night. She was asrfis'ed ed at Vanderbiit University and I of Virginia. Practiced law at over the hltth ularos bv Haz Harlow cnrs. AsNnshvllle, Tenu., many on ills little fiddle. o o o COURIER- - JOURNAL l.OUHVlLLi: Ky . 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Tho south-ar- a and more ancient of the two rburches, belonging to Wllllngale Spain, Is a small rubble early Eng-f.festructure of Henry Il.'s reign, vftut the church belonging to Willln-'gotDoe tho curious name of wblch .a ww a corruption of Wllllngehall J&totu la a decorated stone building tttutf appears to date from tho tlma of tiilwara III. London Chronicle, 'CJ6 o Tfco two Essox churchos of Willln-a- l Doe and Willlngalo Spain, which Unique English Churches. Dr. Miles' Bad After-Effcct- Pilh They Give Relief Without offer a word of recommendation for Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills, as there arc thousands sufferintf unnecessarily from headache. I was afflicted intermittently for years witli headache and after other remedies failed. I tried Dr. Miles Anti-Pai- n Pills. For the past ten years I have carried them constantly with me, getting instant relief by using one or two on the approach of headache. They are also effective for neuralgia, giving immediate relief." C. M. 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Subscribe Now Subscribe Now This offer is'good for a few days only. t ; VXm'vH irt'WBscMMww'iMWMs SsmawSHan If hij BCCTEarKTSaHrajxtTJ-- j FRIGHTFUL EFFECT OF WAR rs jurjbui iru wyx!&m.u't PAINTER WANTS NO FRIENDS CHRISTLIKE SYMPATHY What a General Embroiling of the European rowers wouia mean to the Nations Involved. M. Jules Itoche, former minister of commerce of Prance, .has mado somo rcumtknblo calculations as to the cost of nn Kuropeati war. Taking ns a basis tho expenses incurred by Prance during tho wnr of 1S70, ho reckons that, iiBsumlng, for tho sakn of example, that tho six nations of tho triple, nlllnnco and tho triple cntento went to war, tho cost of maintaining tho armies alone would work out nt no less than $5,100,000,000 a month, without tnklng into account tho other expenses. Continuing in tho Gaulols, he says: "And what would bo their internal nations condition? Tho belligerent would bo struck with general paralysis and would sco their very means of BUbslstenco disappear. Suspension of work would bo forced even on those who wero not included in tho general mobilization, since, whom would thcro ho to work for? To whom would they sell their products? How could they bo exchanged or transported? All tho largo works and factories, where tho division of labon Is completed, would havo to bo shut. Hven agriculture, would bo impossible. "No more purchases or sales: either tho economic or the flnnnclnl death of labor, an abrupt stoppage of tho heart's action in the national organism of all tho nations at war, with profound reaction on all others such would be the consequences of a general conflagration In the present conditions of European civilization." Similar views aro expressed by ono of the leadPaul ing economists of Prance. Ho thinks, however, that France would suffer less than other great powers because, she always has being at her disposal an Immense accumulation of agricultural products of tho previous year on which to draw for a long period. German would have the greatest difficulty In obtaining Imports, being cut off by the English fleets on the one band and by Russia on the other. Leroy-Iieaulle- THEIR DAUGHTER LUCIA By JES3ICA CARBARY. Great French Artist Lives Alone and CarM for Nothing but the Work He Loves. tel. Dy QLENN H. WIcViMAN. Tho llttlo follow stood thcro nlonc, bravely battling with tho elements; tho fiercely blowing wind, tho whirl of hiiow nnd frozen rnln. Sho heal- -' tatcd n moment ind then leaning forward put her mouth to tho speaking tul)L (H ' "Draw up nt tho loft curb, Jarvla," eald. Tho chauffeur with a surprised look obeyed and brought the big car up to tho curb, opposite tho lono little flguro on tho Bldewalk. Quickly pulling her boa about her neck tho girl nllghtcd. Tho llttlo child looked up and Instinctively held out Ills cold bluo hand. A shining quarter fell therein nnd tho llttlo flngerB worked hard to closo upon It. Almost sickened by tho Bight sho turned ns It to enter tho car but suddenly faced about and lcnnlng over, took tho llttlo fellow's face between her hnnds nnd kissed him on tho lips. His fnco brightened and then a sad look camo into his eyes nnd two big tears rolled down his cheeks. Tho Impatient driver threw tho door shut with a bang nnd with a scream .of tho gears tho big car went rolling tho wet street. In tho rear Beat tho young lady waB sitting, her snow white handkerchief playing Its part valiantly about her streaming eyes. , i A rather harsh volco pierced tho lenco. It camo from a man sitting Beside her. "You women beat all," ho said, "Kvory llttlo brat on tho street excites your sympathy." Sho took her handkerchief from her eyes. "Undo Daniel," she Bald, "If I had my way I'd take him homo." "Start an orphan asylum for children who Btill have two parents. So?" he replied. "You do poor folks, in general, an Injustice, uncle," sho retorted. "Remember thcro is no reason under the Bun why you should not have been born that llttlo miserable wretch back there on the corner and rshe you." -i taints bo, praised, was Uncle Daniel's answer. Presently they drew up before a big brown stone mansion and the two entered. Oay times there were that night within the' four wails of that Bjjaclous home. Dancing and music -" and a dinner. The old hall clock was just striking two as a girl in a black sealskin coat came slowly down the stairs. tw She stopped at the landing and peered P.ovcr her shoulder and seeing no one filio f half-starve- d TOUCH OF COUNTRY IN CITY w-- The ". 8qulrrels In Indianapolis Accorded Freedom and Made Pets by All Classes of the Citizens. In several parts of the city It Is noted that there are more squirrels In -.!....... I Un ntrrm anil nhnilt Iho JaWns than ever before, andjbat they, . .... ..& nave lime or no ui u; uu, a. An X ly tiptoe back through the hall and Into the rear part of the house. After a deal of feeling about she arrived at a door and softly knocked. Some Jiono In the room noisily got out of bed, switched on the light and opened the door. "Jarvls," she whispered, "turn the light out and don't say a word." The chauffeur blinked his eyes and ' yawned. He started and trembling reached for the button. She was speaking again. His face fell. "Jarvls, you must drive me down town this minute. You must." Jarvls shook his head and went to closo tho door. Instantly she held out a crisp bill. Tho driver of, automobiles was all smiles now. Once out Into tho night she noticed that tho weather had changed. It was colder nnd tho stars were brightly shining. Everything wet had frozen. Tho car noiselessly glided through tho lanes of dark houses and presently drew up and stopped at a street corner. Tho girl In tho sealskin Jumped from tho car before It had fairly stopped. Horror was written on every lino of her face. There on tho sidewalk. In tho pal'o arc light, lay a llttlo crumpled bundlo of humanity. aXV'lth a muffled shriek she ran to It, feathered it up in her nrms and In a trico was Inside her car. "Jarvls! Homo!" she cried and atrlnnlntr nff her coat WraDDed it about tho little frozen figure. As she brushed io hat from where it had raiien on Jkla tar-- thn hnrrnr left her own. T-hlltHn lad's unconscious lips were pursed for a kiss and two frozen little tears hung from two partially frozen eyelids. Tho girl fell fast to chafing his hands and Jarvls, looking back, drovo all the harder. The sun rose like a great ball of Ifould out of the east Presently Its rays fell upon a wan little figure In bed. a big comfortable looking holding Bein side the bed knelt a girl; both her hands the smaller ones of a child. She gazed longingly Into hiB face while the good old doctor on the other side of the bed 'looked on and smiled. Aftor a while tho door opened and Undo Daniel came in. Ho atood at the the foot of the hed and. looked at tear sight before him and then a slowly crept Into his eye. Suddenly the good old doctor nodded his bead, picked up hla satchel and loft the room. "The saints be praised,' was all Undo Daniel could say. a boys having come to treat these'lnter-estln- g relics of the primeval forest with kindness and consideration. Many of these squirrels are lively young fellows, born last April, who In the early spring will set up housekeeping for themselves. These squirrels are Chickarees, which sounds much like the name of a tribe of red men. This variety Is found from Maine to Minnesota, and through the middle west and as far south as Tennessee and Virginia. It Is the hardiest of the American squirrels and seems to enjoy the winter. It may be seen tunneling under the snow, shaking Its fur clean when It emerges, as If coming from a bath. It Is on the alert from dawn to sunset, and on moonlight nights such as we now have it may be seen having high fun disporting itself under the trees. It does not hibernate, and while It may have many enemies In the forest it has In the cities practically only ono, the cat. Indianapolis News. Quotation In Dispute. "Ono touch of nature makes the whole world kin" As tho expression occurs In Shakespeare (Trollus and Cresslda. Act III, Scene 3) In a cynical Bpcech, It means that all men aro alike In that they "slight familiar merit and prefer trivial novelty." A leading Shakespearean commentator considers the passage In which tho expression occurs "ono of tho most cynical utterances that over came from Shakespeare's pen." This critic characterizes as 'sentimental twaddle" the common understanding and usage of the expression as typical of universal brotherhood or sympathy. Others say that no matter what Ulysses meant by saying "One touch of nature .uakes the whole world kn." and even admitting that he used It in a sarcastic and cynical sense, we have a right to attach a new meaning to It, as Is universally done by those who quote ier m j'. It been decided upon by the municipal council. The machine will be of specially light construction, and will carry four men only, but will be fitted with a large tank containing four hundred liters of water. Thus as the engine arrives on the scene of a fire It can begin pumping water while the firemen are making in the necessary connection at the nearest main with a minimum waste of time. The new pattern is a vast Improvement on the cumbersome automobile fire engines which the Paris brigade possesses at present, and which in the future villi be used only as auxiliaries In exceptionally large fires. interesting new type of automobile fire engine for Paris has Just An Latest Fire Engine. Tho man was hurrying to tho sub-wnwhen a child's voico called: "Daddy! Daddy!" Ho turned at tho second call, but ho was In haste, and had not time to heed tho volco that was so like that of his baby. All tho way down town tho voice kept ringing In his cars, and during tho day ho continued to hear It, so that at thrco o'clock ho left tho ofTice and camo uptown in tho hopo of sec Ing her again. Tho Clarks had been divorced two years beforo and ho hadn't seen Lucia, their baby, since, though ho, as well as his wife, had worshiped her. Ono afternoon about dusk ho saw her on Rlversido drive. Sho was in front of him; slowly ho followed. She was with a maid. Presently they crossed tho drive, nnd went into an npartment house. Ho watched them go in, then followed. Tho hall was empty, savo for tho elevator boy. "Does Mrs. Thomas Clark live hero?" he asked anxiously. "Yes, sir," tho boy answered. "That was her llttlo girl, Miss Lucia, I Just took up." "Thank you." And ho hurried out For three days ho pondered the situation; ho had agreed to leavo the child entirely to his wife, but now after two years ho longed for her as ho had never thought ho could for anything. The next day ho called, to bo told that Miss Lucia was out The succeeding day he called a half hour later, to bo told tho same thing. As he had now no intetion of giving up his quest, ho continued to call each day at the same hour. On tho tenth day Miss Lucia was at home. He was shown into the library. Down on her stomach In front of the fire he found Lucia. The soft glow of the fire shone on the little figure, turning the yellow curls to gold. He watched her while sho talked to a Teddy bear. ' "I wonder, Teddy, why we don't find father? Mother's all right, but little girls need fathers." Tho man with tears In his eyes was kneeling when she turned and saw him, and with a glad cry she came to him. For several hours he held her tight, anexquisite Joy thrilling him, and though tho door opened and closed twice, he never noticed it When he left he promised her to come again next day. That night a very happy little girl asked her mother for a story about her father, but the mother, on the plea of being very tired, refused. After the child had gone to bed Mrs. Clark sat for a long time trying to decide what to do regarding the father whom she never wanted her child to know. At last she decided that if she allowed Lucia to do as she desired perhaps the natural perverseness of human nature would assert Itself, and Lucia would not care for him at all, "Don't you love mother now?" she asked one day. And when he didn't reply, she put her little hand on his face to find the cheek wet She didn't ask any more questions, only murmured: "Daddy, I love you." She was quite hearbroken when be told her he must go away for a couple of weeks. He was gono much longer than he expected to be, and It was tho week beforo Christmas when he returned. He found Lucia in the same position as tho first time. "Baby, dear," ho said as he lifted her up. They sat quietly' that Mrs. Clark, coming into the room, was halfway across before she observed them. As Bho turned to leavo ho looked up and their eyes met A convulsive clasp of the body made tho child look at him. "Father, when are you coming home for always?' He started and laughed harshly; then he took the bright little face In his two hands, and looked at it Intently. "I don't know, baby girl," he said, sadly, "but whenever mother will let me." She slipped to the floor and quietly left the room. He hardly noticed that she had gone, her question had suggested so many possibilities. Clare had looked kindly at him. "Father!" Two small arms were around his neck and a dear little face close to his. "My father dear!" the voice was very low, "mother says you may come home whenever you want to." His Holiday. Charley Sing, a Chinese gardener, peddles truck in Salt Lake City. One of his customers Is a banker. One morning Sing drovo up to solicit orders for vegetables, and he found the banker working among the flowero in the yard. It was Decoration day and the bank was closed. "You no work today?" inquired Sing. "I should say not!" replied tho banker. "This is a holiday." "Me work all same," said Sing. "Me work all same every day 'cept Sunday afternoon." "What do you do on Sunday afternoon, If you don't work?" Inquired the banker. "Me washeo plenty shirt last all week!" was the Chinaman's reply. Judge, ' Degas, who. by many, Is held to bo tho greatest of French painters of todayhis painting, 'Lea Dnnseusos a la. Itarre." has sold for 13'i,000 francs ($S7,000) is a most singular man, an anchoret in art, lllng apart from all tho world. "When n Journalist Is lucky enough to ho ndmltted to hl3 " atellor in tho Ruo says Lc Crl de Paris, "lie will bo met by Degas, seated, his white head leaning upon his hand. 'What do you want with mo? Oh, to talk about painting. Oh, no, monsieur, those who paint, tho real workers, never talk about It. Painting Is a prayer. Painting is talked about In omnibuses, or in salons, or among simpletons. You' aro not In tho houso of a simpleton,' monsieur. Good day. I am very, sorry.'" Ho never showB his pictures. Ono sees them only at tho dealers or at somo great salo. Ho has only ono friend, tho great sculptor. Bartholome. Ho had two, but Henri Rouart Is dead. Ho has but ono adora-- ' tlon, .Mosaleu Ingres. Ho buys tho' least sketch of his pencil.. Ho execrates tho republic. This painter, perhaps tho greatest of tho day, Is not decorated. He tossed tho cross in tho face of tho minister who offered It to him. Quite recently one of his relatives received the red ribbon. "The blackguard!" cried Degas, "never let my houso!" him put foot-iVlctor-Mnsse,d n -- 4 jt $ ij.a3 ifflftTjig7wgvgnyw aB mk msMM ''4 i IhmOjs1 jl . afTCT ltl.y 'V r5s OK loiH Ohio County Drug Co. .HARTFORD. rifrniipf WMttk Rv K1. SLM.'lHiWi'H IfTtl & iHHSsn !cSft5ftftftAftftftft5ftftft555aftft2 i ? MIGHT MAKE USE OF EELS Some Suggestions Worthy of Consideration by Citizens of Towns Just Now Sorely Afflicted. The towns of Red Hook, Tivoll and Madelln are having a plague of eels. They aro all near Poughkeepsie, and are dependent upon a single lighting plant which has intake pipes run out Into the Sawkill. The screening of these intakes has not been so perfected as to keep the eels out. A large run of them Indicates that the Sawkill eel, at least, has a passion for machinery, or a morbid disposition. It Insists on getting into the pipes and then Into the works. It goes in such numbers that it clogs the machinery, and then the plant has to be shut down. While eels are being picked out of Intricate Junctions, the people of Red Red Hook, Tivoll and Madalln have to eat In the dark or light up their ' lamps. ti Pending the perfection of screening for the Intake pipes, and providing that the eels are not exterminated, a pickling plant might be introduced as a side line with the manufacture of light. Again, if this scheme Is not feasible or worthy, why no cross the Sawkill eel with the electric tel of the old world Then, perhaps, Red Hook, Tivoll and Madalin would not be distressed. Volcanic Dust In the Air. From many points In America and Europe come reports of an unusual turbidity of the atmosphere, which began early last summer and still conThis Is manifested In a tinues. diminution of the intensity of solar radiation, a hazy appearance of the sky, and the presence of Bishop's ring around the sun. From Dublin Sir John Moore wrote last August: "Tho sky is constantly covered with a thin film of uniform cloud In which no halos develop, and through which the sun, moon and stars Bhlne with a subdued, sickly brightness." Observers In Russia, Switzerland, Sweden and Germany, as well as America, report an unusual lack of blueness in the sky. These phenomena are attributed to the presence in the upper atmosphere of an immense pall of dust arising from the explosive eruption of Katmal volcano, in Alaska, last June. Similar effects were observed after the eruptions of Krakatoa and Mount Pele, and In those cases lasted for some years. la a fact familiar to the weatherwlse. It is often to be verified by that peculiar earthy smell which arises Immediately after a thunderstorm, the lowering of the barometric pressure causing the' flow upward of the air, Just as it Is once more squeezed downward This when the barometer rises. phenomenon accounts for a natural barometer discovered at Ferney some years ago by Dr. Gerller of Geneva. It is a deep cave, or well, with a very small opening. When this opening Is made small enough Just to fit a whistle the different sounds as the earth inhales or exhales the air warn people In the neighborhood of the coming weather. 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SlauK- covers is McKlnley's administration that which covers the trealatc&tt the turning from the nineteenth Into of Cuba, Porto Rico and tha ISsS-pine- s Epoch-makin- g Administration thu result that one ; Breath of the Earth. That the earth breathes Lightning Lengthens Man's Body. George D. Pittman, a ranchman, who was struck by lightning uuar Wlllcox, Arlt., measured five feet ola' Inches A Heard In a Store. In height before death and six feet a price. afterward. His vertebrae was unMrs. A. Es; s are swh on tho coupled by the shock. Mercy! When 'I see tho card frcab. once I havo to hold my breath. Pittman'a hair was singed at the If you bought the back of his neck, where the bolt enMrs. ichenp one? you'd have to hold your tered. His nock was broken and shoulToobo. BoBton Evening Transcript. ders crushed. Omaha Be. Why the Children Tell Fibs. "Children tell lies because their parents tell lies," Prof. T. S. Lowden of Ohio State university declared In explaining "The Psychology of Memory nnd Imagination." "The ruling principle In the child." he asserted, "Is to live. Deception has always been more or less at the foundation of life. Children, however, generally He because they do not understand, rather than for the purpose of bold deception." Professor Lowden said Santa Claus and fairy stories were necessary In the mental development of all persons. "But wo can't live with Santa Claus forever, nor can we read fairy tales forevor," ho declared. "Wo must build our air castles, then construct the more material things In life." twentieh century. It covers tho period when our country changed from n great successful agricultural and industrial republic Into ono upon which has been thrust tho position and of a great world responsibilities power. You need not look further than tho tubular statement of tho revenues nnd expenditures from tho year 1890 to tho jcar 1910, when you will see tho enormous expansion which came upon us with the Spanish Wnr In 189S, 1S.99, 1900 and 1901. and within ten years we had become a country. From an army billion-dollthousand men, with no of twenty-fiv- e coast defences, we bad gone to a permanent army or nearly one hundred thousand, with coast defences, everywhere along our ocean border. From a very modest navy that had been startled Into a construction that finally led us to the second placo among naval powers, In a moment of reaction we havo fallen back to tho fourth or fifth placo. This change I hope may bo temporary. But tho figure which rises In tho world as tho personality to typlty this chango Into a nation of world Influence is William McKlnley. Tho attitude which he occupied and into which ho led his party and his country was tho object for years of the bitterest political attack both an,d after his lamented death. This fierce questioning of his motives and those who followed him, this heated denunciation of tho solflsU spirit of exploitation, whlca wts supposed to bo underlying tho' pu: ",io, had tho effect of keeping io do.nln-eparty nnd thoso who controlled Its course auxious to show In everything that was done the spirit which actuated McKtuely In the Initiation pt Jhe policy, aud hae brought nb.ut ar bo-fo- re nt in the fourteen years slucc tiKy' came under our influence- - auS control. ".McKlnley's Placo in. ItfEfiacy.'" William Howard Taft In NaticcaiE Magazine for Match. . ..... m Uncle Ezra Says. "It don't take morc'n. a gfll ttvc effort to git folks Into a peat vC troc-bloand a little negoct oC couat2jB " tlon, biliousness, Indigestion, or cifaesr Itver derangement will 'do the esimiu-I- f ailing, take Dr. King's New Pills for quick results. Easjv seXj. sure, and only 23 cents at AIL ia UhmLmmpOliibml than Meal. AlAAtiy light insure this by genus Oil l"il uutbs clear a the clean without a flicker dona tct the last drop. .Tennsylvact.s. crude oil reljned to perlectlun-Cost- s no more than the Unh-fc.A V at KoUUac 13 more lBoportanc hnmA wagon kind saves jiurnetv saves VOKK saves eys. Your dealer has tSOUTQ OU. in barrels direct from, -- Ous. "Wa Refinery at 'Warren, Vs. .. eoll tho celebrates "No Carb" Auto Oil. C. Sfoll HL Louisville, Ky Or. suggested. These-tincthlr fight, If they can but have the assistance of Knttrrd nrcorJIni; to Inw nt th I'oftotfln their fellow growers and can prc-- I Hartford, Ky., b mull mnttr of tlie coml vent homo newspapers from "knock-jlng- " on the quality of their tobacco. C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER A few weeks n;;o the Hnrtford EDIT0R8 Herald warned the Tnft men that the DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER RAMEY E. Hull Moose were about to hog all PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. th best county offices under fusion. This week it boldly charges that the to Address all communications Taft men have bought the Progresnu Hartford Republican. sives to come Into line with a "few" county offices. Of course the fact NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS that no suggestion or agreement to n no whatever has been, or will bo made Rnlnerltier tleHrlnu tlie pniKTM-naddrpH tnu.t give the old nddtf In ranking the about the nominations Is no bother rrqonit. to the Herald. It will continue Its wilt not be returned Uoiollolteil mnnucrlpt motherly advice to both sides, with BDleMBCfompnnled tiy potpe. will rectlre no no Anonymous coiiimntilcntlon selfish (?) purpose In view, beattfUlon. ing chiefly concerned about "Principles", with no concern whatever TELSPnO"E. In the L23 about self contradiction. noU(h Xilvr meantime, if anyone pays any attention to Its crazy vaporlngs, It can FRIDAY, MARCH 14. only help along fusion. In I t Hartiord Republican. 'soliemcwill was first yet win NEW SYSTEM TO SELL TOBACCO District Hold One-Suck- er Growers fn Big Meeting Bowling Green. i dSiMiMIIOMBiicjte n SPRINO h ATS 1 W&Mw I Announcements. FOR COUNTY JUDC5E. We are authorized to announce L. Ky., B. T1CHENOR of Hartford, route 5, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office of County Judge of Ohio county, subject to the action of the General Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce I.O? SMITH, of Hartford, Route C, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office of County Court Clerk of Ohio county, subject to the action of the General Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1013. FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announce C P. TURNER of Hartford, Ky., as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action Primary, Saturday, oX the General August 2, 1913. & The defender of the Democratic faith in Ohio county and self appointed guardian for the Republicans nnd Dull Moose, has assumed many roles during Its long career In Its efforts to play politics, but It Is certainly In a new one when this week It hypocritically champions the cause of Col. Roosevelt In It's advice to Ohio county Progressives. Hysterically asking "Are the Roosexelt men of Ohio county going to sell their political birthright for a mess of county office pottage." Some friend of the Herald editor should quietly take hint around the corner and gently Inform him that Col. Roo3evclt Is neither a candidate for county Judge or coroner In Ohio county this year, and that besides, If the Herald Is to be belieed, he has been dead several months. President Wilson, after more than two years strenous office seeking, says In effect that he Is opposed to office seeking. He refuses to lift the Civil Service lid for the benefit of those who fought his battles and has even decided that he will not nave time to see those who while asking recognition are only "office seekers," just as he has been. The humblest Democrat who carried a torch, or gave a dollar, has a right to be heard and It smacks of ingrati tude in any man, be he President or Governor, to mount stilty when he gets In, after the humble vote begging days are over "securing the base degrees by which he ascended" and class his party supporters as mere 'spoilsmen." We have always be lieved that Wilson would prove a great disappointment to the boys in the trenches. He is through with them until next time. We are authorized to announce JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford, Ky., as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office of Jailer Of Ohio county, subject to the action of the General Primary, Saturday August 2, 1913, New York wants protection from ber police. There Is no longer any doubt that Bryan will be In the cabinet. Those London suffragists have even dispositions they are mad all the time. Taft has probably forgotten all about Mexico and the Webb bill, by this time. Mr. There Is Fun Ahead. Was President Wilson an office seeker, or did he just run through patriotism? There are reasons to fear that has other butchers at home like Huerta. Mexico Gov. McCreary is receiving a lot of free advice these days. Some of it Is no doubt good. v The man who comesTnto your of- Vijfjce and niakes himself at homo Isn't '. necessarily a self made man". '..Looks like it may not be long until Huerta will go the way of Madero. We shall have no tears to shed. As to whether n woman can droBS on $1,000 n year, we unhesltatlimly reply that she can If slid cart et When Mr. Underwood gets down to the real work of revising the Tariff, wonder how many Democrats will bob up that will want something Effected by the Tariff let alone? In days gone by there was a New York Senator who was interested In collars and cuffs whose factory happened to be located at Troy, New York, the) his pleadings and through were protected. No doubt there will be a number of these low Tariff fellows bob up at the right time and plead for Protection on this or that article, but how is Mr. Underwood to accompdate them since the Demo-- 1 crats arc pledged to a revision of the Tariff downward? There Is fun ahead. Louisiana (Mo.) News. ; ft What Will They --- ... Do About it. it. -- f fiftj- -r Too nituiyYeUtlves are likely to Wil-to- v.iiij- - spoil the legacy, so President frown's upon his aspiring n other things, for a This year will be notable, among 100 per cent Increase In the number of our History has repeated Itself. Gov. Beckham said that when McCreary was Governor, forty years ago, his administration ran the State in debt so that taxes had to be raised. Do not forget the platform convention, which has been called by the Republican and Progressive County Executive Commltttces to meet at the court house in Hartford, March 22, at 1 o'clock. How's this? Now comes tlio news that six Democratic congressmen of Doston have met and solemnly declared that they will never vcj for a Tariff measure that provides for a reduction of the Protectee duty on shoes. Do these astute statesmen actually believe shoes are not Involved In the question of "cheap" living? What will the Democratic congressmen of California do' on raisins and lemons? What will the Democratic congressmen of Missouri do on zinc? What will the Democratic congressmen of Louisiana do on sugar. Won't it dawn upon the people before the incoming congress gets down to action that they were "buncoed" at the late election? Vinton (la.) Eagle. mm Saf-sirda- y, Will Have Troibles of Its Own. In paying a nice and deserved compliment to Mr. J. H. Thomas, of Narrows, Ky., the Hartford Herald .mentions the fact that Mr. Thomas one time editor of The Hartfor Republican and says that he was '"perhaps the best one the paper ever bad." We desire to most cordially endorse this statement, go still further by adding that he was the best 6itos wO a has ever lived in Hartford Chlo county Equity men arc show-la- g t'telr pluck by standing by their stum in tlio tobacco fight. Much more .tobacco is being delivered at the Hartford tobacco warehouse than any leap predicted .when the prizing When the schedules get before the Senate and House then will come the tug of war. And It won't be only Florida and Louisiana that will have a grip on the rope, but there probably will bo scarcely a State of the Union whose Senators and Representatives will not bbe found vehemently Insisting 'Upon Protection for their home Interests. Had there been a Republican Congress and President we 'should have had a rational and harmonious rovislou u. the Tariff with but little friction, but when the Democratic regime comes to the attempt to keep the party's platform pledge and still satisfy the Demo- -, cratlc States which will demand Pro-- . tectlon It certainly will have troubles of lta own. Camden Post-Telegra- I Howling Green, Ky., March 10. The question of how best to handle and dispose of, In the future, the 5,000,000 pounds of pooled tobacco of Warren county, was before a largo meeting of Society of Equity men here Saturday nfternoon. The council chamber was filled with the tobacco men of the county, who met with business men of Howling Green. Previously, on February 22 last, a composed of M. O. committee, Hughes, C. G. Davenport and 1). .1. Hays, was appointed by the county union to devise a plan nnd suimiit it to a general meeting proposing Everything: new in Ladies' Misses' and Children's Hats will a. better plan. For the past two years the Society of Equity people have be here for your kind consideration. great difficulty In ' disposing of the pooled crop. The objection raised by Every department in this store will welcome you with it's collections the bujers was that, In buying the for the new season. entire crop, they were compelled to take classes nnd kinds of tobacco May we have your presence on our Opening Day. unfit for their particular use, and to dispose of this portion of the product they were compelled to become sellers of tobacco to a large measure, which class of business they did not care to enter. The bulk of the buyers, as a usual thing, want only a certain kind of tobacco. To remedy this, the committee was appointed. In substance, it reported, first favoring that each county in the Howling Green district, comwith the English department of llut-lprising several counties in Kentucky KENTUCK POET POSES LIQUOR SENT BACK College. and Tennessee, should have seperate When Mr. Riley first began to organizations and handle their own TO HOOSIER STATE FOR BRONZE BUST write poems he sent some of them tobacco. to .Mr. Cawein for expressions of "Second We the committee rehis opinion and recently many of alize from the experience of the past these have been given to the public Shipments to Madisonville front five years, that the time has come Madison Cawein Goes to Indian- after more than twenty years. that we cannot expect the buyers to Indiana Are Nipped in take the crop as a whole, as they apolis and Visits Whit-com- b Many Driven From Homo. have In the past, but we must be the Bud. Every year. In many parts of the prepared to sell to each buyer whatRiley. country, thousands are driven from ever type of tobacco he needs, in TJ' their homes by coughs and lung disorder to do this, we recommend Madisonville, Ky.. March 11. Lieases. Friends and business arc left that you build one or more large Indianapolis, Ind., March 10. Madi- behind for other climates, but this quor shipments from Evnnsvillc to warehouses, where this substantial this city and county were nipped lir tobacco can be received and grad- son Cawein, t,he Louisville poet and Is costly and not always sure. A bet- the bud Saturday, and now no men? way the way of multitudes la ed, so that each buyer can 'buy the lifelong friend of James Whltcomb ter of the rum will come from the lloos type he needs." Riley, came to Indianapolis yester- to use Dr. King's New Discovery nnd ler town to this place. The WebU Continuing, the committee recom- day and posed for a bronze bust In cure yourtelf at home. Stay right bill that was passed recently Is the there, with your friends, and tako mended that the Society of Equity the studio of Joseph Roup, a local this safe medicine. Throat and lung cause of the shipment. Much nierrl- In Warren county organize' a warement was caused at the station whcfjH house company, to be known as the sculptor, who recently attracted much troubles 'find quick relief and health the regular passenger train came Equity Warehouse Company, and put attention by producing a remarkable returns. Its help in coughs, colds, Into the city Saturday loaded down and sore the shares of stock at $10 each,- and likeness of the lloosler poet. The grip, croup, whooping-coug- h with booie, and thn-- e hours later anwith bust is to be the gift of the Louis- lungs make It a positive blessing. fiOc other train came that also tho society Into the station the Warren County Fair Association ville Literature Club to the city of and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaran- ntlrl U. III! trAti ilnan .milk llnun . .. avMui-uwnu nihil UlUUiiA. by All Druggists. and build a large warehouse for mu- Louisville and will be placed in the teed 1 carrjlng It back to Evansvllle. ThvJ tual use, as neither would conflict Carnegie Library there, a tribute to Southern Express office was burglarSMALLHOUS with another. the author of "The. Shadow Garden," and the remaining March 10. Miss Nettle Gelger of ized Saturday A large number of speeches were "Tho Poet, the Fool and the Fairpackages of whlBkey would have been Is visiting Mrs. J. ('. made, not only by the Equity men, ies" and many other equally notable Ccntertown Drake and other friends and rela- taken out If the officers had not Inbut some of the leading business men works. ":'"" 5j .1'"?iJ'" :,n terfered. , tives near here. of Bowling Green, and it was inA short time ago the club, which O. E. Scruggs, formerly of NashMiss Vlrgle Bennett and brother, strongly by the business Is composed entirely of women, de timated Mr. Seymore Bennett nro visiting ville, and an employ at the office, people that If the society would un- cided that $500 was necessary for relatives at Bcda and will attend the was arrested. He claimed that Robdertake such a movement, the busi- the project, and, after raising what wedding of Miss Gertie Bennett and ert DcMoss and John Moore were hi ness men and others of the city It could, appealed to lovers of confederates, but they deny the Mr. Curry Wallace. would, If necessary, take stock and works tor subscriptions of $1 Several from hero went to Owens, chnrge. Scruggs Is In Jail and the the organization. assist in each. From every state came answers other men are out on bond. It was shown and impressed strong- and dollars and the money was soon boro last Thursday to take their tobacco. crop raised. ly on those present that the You can say goodbye to constipa.Miss Ethel Hunter has returned tion U'lttll n pi... II nnnunttinnn II nil this year was probably the last one seeing a sculptor the attention home from an extended visit to her In UB0 chamberlain's that would ever be sold under the Tablets. Many have. of some members of the club was sister, .Mrs. Jas. S. Trunnel of Utica been old system, and it was only after permanently cured by their use- of James Whlt- Her little niece. Miss KiihIo Tnmin.li. .. . called to the bust . -" hiany monthn of dickering that this saio nv a i comb Riley by Mr. Roup. The club accompanied her home and will make ior . year's tobacco was sold. The report decided at once that ho was the man a visit to relatles here before re Notice., of the committee was received and host suited to make the bust and he turning hgniff. . adopted. This committee will meet All members of tho Bocfallst party . , Was employed. Miss Ethel Hunter, RiislO Trunnel In with n like commltteo from the Fair The first silting was very gratify- and Mr. Ed lliinur visited Mr. and til Ohio county nro requested to meet lw.iitt.t fllllCD PnilVntlf Iftll Association, and it may bo probable Mm ...til ing to Mr. Cawein. Ho spoke highly the two organizations will get toVLn )V00,T'1 fa,n,'J" at n Hartford. Ky., on Saturday Man of Mr. Roup's swiftness and accuracy ralvo Saturday night and Sunday. gether and build a combined build2ft, lUlll, for purpose of discussing Itn- In his mw, Uettlo Fulkcrson is quiet III ing. The general concensus of opin- and said that the likeness, ortant matters. Mr. Walter Lanfer- was u most astonishing Wl HKJUimiUOIll, estimation, ,,. .a r, u .! srt ion is that an Equity warehouse will ui v uw pun, ivy., aitiiti one, even In the rough. Quite a nice croud attended i,w-'tarbe built before the next year's crop will be here that day and d- Mr. Cveirt was to have returned er meeting at Mr. Fred Uonni-Sun liver an address. Is harvested. to LoulsvllVe early thl-- morning, hav- day evening. H. JOHN T. KING. Messrs. Fred Boone, vH T. Lawing been assured that no more The Men Who SuCced, rence, Sam Withrow and Alonzo necessary. as heads of large enterprises aro sittings were Joseph Roup is peculiarly a self-ma- France returned Iron. Owenshoro Satmen of great energy. Success, sculptor, life has had little urday. demands health. To ail is to fall. Mr. Clinton Iglehearf has returnfolly for a man to endure technical training in the art he purIt's utter half alive condi- sues, but his work always 'has been ed home from a trip to Louisville. a weak, Mr. Herman Addlngton and family tion when Electric Bitters will put such as to call forth much praise. him right on his feet in short order. In making the bust of Mr. Riley be went to Evansvllio last week. Mr. L. B. Overhuls has about "Four bottles did me more real good had unusual circumstances to overthan any other medicine I ever took," come. The HooBler poet declined to completed his new residence near writes Cuas. B. Allen, Sylvanla, Ga. sit for a model, and it was necessary here and Is moving to same from "After years of suffering with rheu- for the sculptor to go to his home Kronos. matism, liver trouble, stomach dis- to see him. There he talked with $25 Reward $25. orders and deranged kidneys, I am Mr. Riley and noted all the details I I hereby offer a reward of $25 for again, thanks to Electric Bitters, of his face. Each day as he left the sound and well." Try them. Only CO Riley homo Mr. Roup carried sketch- tho arrest and detention, of Israel es of the things about the poet's Jones, who escaped from the Ohio cents at All Druggists. f face that bad impressed him, and county Jail December 8, 1912. He Is Company H Drill. tho result was a bust of unusual 5 feet 8 inches In heleht. uif.ha about 150 pounds, hair dark brown,) will prove that we handlo only tho The members of Co, H, 3d Inf. are qualities and proportions. earB Madison Cawein Is widely known "8P8 ,n talk- - very bebt of Feed. We spare ,no ef- directed to report at the armory for W. P. MIDKIFF, drill Saturday, March 15 at 7:30 as a literary man, particularly In lng, fort to procure 3 poetry. His latest work, "The Poet, Jailer Ohio Co., Ky. p. m. Fairy," was disHAY, CORN AND OATS The Federal inspection is set for the Fool and the Card of Thanks. Tuesday April 8. Persons desiring cussed favorably by the leading which possess all the qualities, which I want to thank my neighbors ami to enlist in the Company are urged critics of the country and "The Sha mane mem uealrable. W know w ben to make application for enlistment dow Garden," a volume of dramatic friends for their kindness shown m lyrics and considered by Mr. Cawein during the fire . at my homo and the When and wmU t0 Ullv and will sl"'" before inspection date, as this will give you the benefit of our experience-Pricej i. .. Insure them the necessary 3 months to be his masterpiece, continues to aeaui or my near mother Airs. Q. always lowest. large numbers after five years. A. Render. Words can rot nvnrpea service to entitle them to federal sell In Mr. Riley entertained Mr. Cawein my gratltudo to my dear neighbors pay at the coming encampment and also aid the organization in making a at dinner at his home on Lockerbie and friends who were so nlco. .May Street last night, and the Louisville God ever bless them In each deed and good showing at the Inspection. The Produce Merchant LENA RENDER. poet spent part of the evening with act of kindness. CLARENCE B. SHOWN, R 4, Hattford, Ky. HARTFORD, - KENTUChrf Mark II. Llddell, formerly connected 1st Lieut IKSL 19 13 that's Grand Opening of Spring Millinery mi Wednesday, March the 19th. E. P. BARNES 6c BRO. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. er One-Suck- er - ti Ca-wel- s im.-iii.r- Co-H- .- y, to-da- y, JUST ONE TRIAL' run-dow- n, KT'' fc TtsaiMTw:7T rUl " ,se' s W. E. ELLIS K3I5R3WWKTO?KWlWRflPSK rSHrmvrtamwt: iwmfam'rr-r:?mm?rtiriitn.i,- M !& w n g i i. n BAEEXamSKSSra Spring SHOES if fe vv xTSk SHAPE I Already our new spring line o Men's Oxfords are arriving. We will be .prepared again this season as heretofore to sell you the cele brated Guaranteed Patent Burro-Ja- p Shoes, as well as Gun Metal, Russia Calf, Vici Kids and many others, in the very latest Spring models. Our shoes are not over-- 1 rated, as some are, but are sold to you under an absolute guarantee to you to give you good, honest wear. Remember this when in need of E ax Shoes, also that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. JZkz&&a Hartf.prd Republican JT"f ) M. H. FRIDAY, MARCH 14. Who wants the bicycle? U. S. Careon pays cash for- - furs. Mr, W. E. Ellis was In Owensboro Monday. 41 Mr. R. T. Collins was In Louisville this week. Judge J. S. Glenn transacted legal Monday butness in Louisville last week. L. & N. time card effectivo Aug. 2lBt. Mrs. Georgia Coots, of Beaver Dam, No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. is the guest of Miss Wlllye Smith. dally except Sunday. Shoes W. See the new Low-CNo. 114 North Dound due 1:15 p. m. L. Douglas make at Carson & Co's. daily except Sunday. I have Hay for sale. No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. 33tf R. B. MARTIN. Hartford, Ky. dally except Sunday. We are now ready to show new No. 113 South Hound duo 1:46 p. m. Spring Clothing. dally except Sunday. CARSON & CO. K- - MISCHKE, Agt. Mr. L. L. Porter, ofHeflln, wns a nleasaut caller at this office Tucs- Uay. wants the Shetland Pony? Who Capt W. II. Mooro left Wednes Buy the Wunderhosc at Cttrson & day for a sojourn at Dawson Springs, Co's. for ills health. Pony Contest will begin on Friday route 4, HartMr. UlrcTTMaTtin, March 21. ford, was a' pleasant caller at this Rust-ProCorsets at office Tuesday. Warner's Co's. Carson & We have tho Mattings and Rugs Hats at for you when jou are ready to clean Ladles' Ready-to-WoCARSON & CO. house. Carson & Co's. Mr. A. L. WnUolaiul. route 2 Bea Smith Sterling Slippers for ladles ver Dam, was a pleasant caller at this CARSON fc CO. In all styles. office Monday. Plenty of thoso good home-mad- e New Carbon paper, for office work hog Jowls at W. H. Moore & Son's. or tracing, JusUrecelved at The office. A carload of Oats and Corn Just ELLIS, arrived. . W. E. Bring the boja and let us fit them Produce Man. 35t4. with a new Suit and a Hat or Cap. CARSON & CO. girl of Ohio county Some boy or is going to be given a free gold Mr. William R. Lyverse, of Owensiwatoh. boro, was In town Wednesday will be to Hardlnsburg. Copies of Tho Republican Circuit Court Clerk E. G. Barrass all contestants In the Pony sent to transacted business in Lousvllle last Contest. the" Shetland week, returning Saturday. By a little work The many friends of Mr. Fred Coop Pony, harness and buggy will belong er, the llveryniau, will regret to hear to some Ohio county girl or boy. typhoid fever. Elsewhere in this issue appears of his Illness, of Emory Schrooter, of the clubbing offer with Farm Mr. our special Schroeter Floating Studio, is spendand Ranch and Holland's Magazine. returned ing a few days with his family here. judge John B. Wilson has Next Mondaj" March 17,"lBt. Patfrom Prentiss, where he visited his father. Mr. Levy Wilson, a few days. rick's Day, and the Irish people will weekly, and that day be arrayed in their green The Courier-Journa- l, 1.50. Send your ties, shamrocks, etc. The Republican for 32tr Lieut. C. B. Shown, route 3, Hartorder to this office. ' Attorney M. L. Heavrln was in Lou- ford, and Major Thomas W. Wood-yarof Frankfort, wero callers at isville last week, purchasing some The Republican offico Tuesday. fine office fixtures for his law We are fortunate In getting a sperouto 5 Hart- cial offer for Tho Dally Louisville Mr T. P. Carson, Reford," remembered The Republican Dally Herald and tho Hartford was in town, by publican ono year for only $2.75. This yesterday when ho price is 50c cents lower than any ofrenewing his subscription to this 32tf. fer made before. paper. ft E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. ut fX " of te d, ' Indian Runner Duck Kgps for sale. ' The Gaks, performers of Indian eggs for 50 cents. boii0h, dances ami Indian 011 rtlip ers, present"!! a splendid entertain.MRS. J. W. TAYLOR, R. 3, Heaver Hum Ky. ment nt tlio opera house here Wed3ltl 4? pay top prlio for good butcher nesday nlslit, as ono of tho numbers Will i of Hartford College lycoum course. 49 .cnttle. Let inc know. The costumes of the performers were ? R. K. BALDWIN, very elaborate and fine, nnd In the ? 31t7 Beaver Dam, Ky. course of the eiitortalnmcnt ninny In-- 1 4? Tho Special Louisville Herald 'offer tercstlng Indian relics were shown 4? 4? will not Inst very long, so Bend In and the use of them explained to the your order to this offico as quickly audience. 4? as possible. 32tf. The Rockpurt basket ball teams, ti If you have something for sale, ad- the Athletlis and the Collei;o Boys, 4? vertise It In The Republican, Hart- played n nmtch imnin WnttmaiK. ntt. ford. Rntcs are lou, and gladly fur- crnoon nt that place, the score being 4? nished upon application. a 3ttf 7 for the College Bojh, and C for the 4? Vh Don't forget our special offer for Athletics. Tho lino up of tho two teams was as follows: Athletics tho Louisville Dally Hernhl nnd Tho 8Republican one year each for only .Mtu!do anil McDotiznl. iMi.ir.ls- - nliii.q ? $2.75. A saving of $1.25. 32tf. and Colycr, forwards; Sheffield, cen? a Tho LoulsWIlo Weekly Herald and ter. College Boja L. Reld nnd R. R. Reld, guards; Blades, center; ColTho Hartford Republican, ono year ycr and llrounllltr .fnrunnla Tmth each, for $1.35. Send nil orders to Tho Republican, Hartford, Ky. 32tf teams say they urc In good shapo 4? ami are ready to meet any team In 49 SPECIAL CLUB OFFER Tho Lou- - this section. $ Isvlllo Herald, dally, and The Hart On the eighth page of this Issue 8 ford Republican, one year ouch for ?2.7i". Send orders to this offico. 32tf of The Republican will be found an .Mr. T. It. Barnard returned from announcement of our Shetland Pony n trip to California last week. He Contest, which will begin on next Frl Is well pleased with that State, but day, .March 21. A fine bicycle and a will remain In Hartford for the watch will also be given as a second 4i JSf and third prize. The contest Is open present. to all boja and girls under 10 years MaJ. Thomas W. Woodyard, Quarof ago In Ohio county. In addition to termaster of the Kentucky National tho Shetland Poney there goes with Guard, with headquarters at FrankIt a set of harness and nlco buggy, fort, was In Hartford on an official everything ready to drive. The pony call Tuesday. Is sound, gentle and well broken, and OLD AND THIS RUDE.WKJAlNi; Order jour magazines and periodi- some girl or boy In Ohio county will rv . BOISTEROUS cals from J. Ncy Foster, Hartford, get It free. It makes no difference " HI V Ky., and not only save money but where the contestant may OF MARCI live In patronize home people. Catalogues the county, they have an equal free. 32tf chanco to win tho grand prize. For Eggs For Sale B. P. Rocks, Pope full Information read the announce- Stock, per setting, 15 eggs for $1.00. 'ment, or write this office for further Indian Runner Duck Eggs, 13 for 75c. particulars. MRS. JOHN W. SANDERFUR, Some time since three arm'y re R. 7, Hartford, Ky. volvers, property of the local milEngraved or printed calling and itary organization, were stolen from business cards can be had upon short the armory .on Main Street here. notice by giving your order to The Several clues were obtained, but not --Republican, Hartford, Ky. Prices and sufficient for conviction. Finally Cap "itBfr"' tBrifc'J-isamples gladly furnished. 32tf tain DeWeese offered a reward for WE WOULD M'T BLOfcf Sale bills, stock bills or any kind arrest of the guilty party, and an of hand bills, of any description, nounced that they would be punish ABOUT OUR . printed on short notice at The Re- ed by the Federal authorities. Tues J)IDN T HAVE! publican office, Hartford, Ky. Prices day a Federal officer under superare right quality is first class, tf. vision of the Quartermaster's THE GOODS To De E If you have eggs or poultry for partment of the United States was ABOOT, Bltf-WEHAVsale or want to buy, try an adver- here to make a personal investiga THF CiOOD AND tisement a few times in The Repub- tion. He and Lieut. Shown, of the lican. Rates for advertising are low Company, went to the armory and PRICE and gladly furnished upon applica- upon opening the door the 'three retion. 32tf volvers were found on the floor, hav, Some girl or boy of Ohio county ing been thrown through an opening is going to get a genuine Shetland in the glass door. It is evident that Pony, a bicycle or watch, which is the thief saw he was going to be ar to be given away free by The Re- rested, and decided .to bring thent publican. Sea announcement, jon J&e back and tstop the further trouble. , mum .f WEPON'X UKF.,To.&LpW.A&oUTCnt. eighth page of this issue. ' LINE OF BRAND NEW 5PR.ING HATJ. COME Edison Records. Judge R. R. Wedding will leave AND SEE" HOW NIFTY THEY this week for a business trip to Are selling fast at 21c and 31c and IN YOUR Louisville, Ky., Indianapolis and you had better hurry if you want THEY ARE AND YOU WILL BUY ONE- - AUL Terre Haute, Ind. While in Indian- any, for we have not roaiV left. This is the first time we have ever apolis he will visit his sons, Messrs. ARE NOT THE 5AME HATJ FOR R. R. Wedding, Jr., and C. C. Wedd- cut on them, and it Is likely to be BY A JUGFUL. LoNfi EXthe last time. ing. t 35t3. J. B. TAPPAN, Farm and Ranch, Holland's MagaPERIENCE WAS TAUGHT VS WHICH BRANDS zine and The Republican all one year The Reliable Jeweler and Optician. HAVE THE WEAR AS WELL AS THE.LOOKJ.-AN- D each for $1.7G,vthus saving you $1.25. sent to one address or three Will be THE.SE ARE THE HATS WE SELL AND addresses, as you desire. Send all X X In Society. :: WHILE YOU ARE BUYING A NEW HAT, orders to The Republican, Hartford, Ky. 32tf VS SELL YOU EVERYTHING YOU NEED Fo2L Attorney Ernest Woodward has YoVR-SELAND THE WHOLE FAMILY. moved his law office and Is now ocMiss Lettie Marks delightfully en cupying rooms No. 1, 2, 3 and 4, over FROM VS ONCE, AND OUR GOOD GOOD.S.. William's drug store on Main St. tertained the members of the Sun His sisters, Mrs. Petty and Mrs. day school class of which she Is a WILL BRING YOU BACK, ALWAY-5- . Nance will be connected with the member, Tuesday aftrenoon. Lunch served to the sixteen 34t2 eon was new office. We have a large number of cop- members present. ies of the book, "Pony Fairyland" Mrs. R. E. Leo Slmmerman enter which will be gladly sent to any girl or boy who sends their name tained the Ladles' Social Club at to this office. Send right away or her homo Wednesday afternoon. A come In and get one. They show you delightful two course luncheon was INCORPORATED, a lot of things about Shetland Ponies. served. The flvo weeks old baby of Mr. Several of the ladles of Hartford and Mrs. Newt Travis, route 5, Hart have orgauzled a literary club, which ford, was found dead in it's bed Monwill bo a member of the State Fed day morning. Dr. A. B. Rlloy, couneration of Women's Clubs of Kenty coroner, was called and pronounctucky, The local club met recently ed death due to acute Indigestion and at the residence of Mrs. A. C. Yeiser pneumonia. Tho little ono had never under he.ineat 'in the meat please send the Daily Loulswi2& &mn-al- d and Mrs. J. Ney Foster was elected a fire had good health. Mbi- -' and Republican to dm: house, and in a short time a fire was president and Miss Hattie Glenn secHo was a dismal failure In the retary. The next meeting tomorrow heard roaring and poping, and it was Republclan to my son, StoM'ir- - IifcaMfai city and his wlfo had a hard time afternoon will be held with Miss discovered that the meat house and Baise City .Okla. ReauHfViy C. G.31ARXBK. coal house were ablaze allover. The keeping cheerful, but read "Our Way Glenn. ard was soon filled with men, ready Out" in the March Number of HOLanything they could to save Whlteeville, Ky., 3tarcn Xw 11S. LAND'S MAGAZINE and see what entertained a to do Miss Mary Marks Hartford Republican UartfoalKjafc- a success be made on a little farm. few of her friends last Saturday the property. Mrs. Render wsb asThis magazine and Tho Republican evening for her guests, Misses Mary sisting in carrying the things from Gentletneu: Enclosed find check for f 112S Storr for $1.50 for both one year. "Send Stewart' and Ella McKenney, of Bea the house and became so exhausted that she was taken with a smother which please send your paper.i TIT order to this office. ver Dam. ing spell, and died In a few minutes, Frank Hayes, address- - VUhJusMtikc Say, Mr. Business man; do you in the arms of her daughter. But Ky, and oblige need any printing done? If you do The Misses Woerner will entertain God doeth all things well. Ho glveth FRANK" rtlVJES. let us do it for you. We can print for the next meeting of the Ladles P. S. J am not sure, this. 3s t&t: and he taketh. Weep not, Lena, for your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill Social Club on March 26. she is In Paradise, where she will amount for one" year's twbscdctf' Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewrithave no sorrows. ten Letters, SaleMBooia, Circulars, play?party and An One Who Loved Her. FarmtifonSiIev etc., and print them right at right pound-suppwas given at the home m Invpnoved sad aiahnpncivtdr dfcanar prices. Try us with your next order. of Mrs. Tim Taylor Saturday evening sale. Call on of a4uruaa,- Orders Coniigli. Call at The Republican office. 32tf. in honor of the high school students. M ELI WB3LKT Ceutertown, Ky., March 4. FOR SALE Indian Runner Duck Avvery pleasant evening was spent i U Adv. n3, eggs, 50 cents per dozen; 8. C by the guests. Hartford Republican, Hartford, Ky. .m Pleaso find enclosed $1.00 for subRhoade Island Red Chicken eggs, CO S. GVIhode Islasdi A Sad railing. scription 'or the year 1913, and oblige cents per dozeu. Souio pulaud China Eggs $1.00' per. IS. Baby again entered the home yours truly. Send paper to pigs, both male and fomalc. J' it Is Death has cent each. I havo'a fow 1- -j O. O. WILLIAMS. tho very best you are looking for, of Lena Render, and has taken her hens, $1.00.' each.. Indian RuanocJ way of Duck, Chlck-'- i dear mother, Mrs. G. A. Render. Mrs. I have it in the , Eggs, $1.00 per 12. Place, yoiur Logansport, Ky ens and Hogs. Satisfaction guaran Render had been In bad health for now tor ruture delivery. ,i some time and was subject to smoth- Editor Republican, Hartford, Ky. teed, or your money back. MRS, A. C. YBISESJ ering spells. On Wednesday March Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find W. S. DEAN, llartfordj 5, about 1:30 p. in. they had started check for $3.70 for which you will 3U 35tf. Dundee, Ky. I 13 I ftAft:SftftA5:jft:ft:ft3ft&a NEW HATS! FOR MEN. The New Greens and Grays i i i 1 IN ENGLISH SHAPES. ti ROSENBLATT'S.! MONTHg ttWW99!f999Sf9999999999999W91: 'Ti iM U '1 i t- im. jk RESOLVED il I GOODS IFWE Bl(M THE lSEHTlOHG ii n it V4 . See Our Spring Hats yi " 1 v - -- StlT, $ V $3.00 QUALITYNOT I , ; LEI tJY '8 i l CARSON & CO, Hartford, Kentucky. ii W u er llart: 1 iiimuiiimniiM Je?r mm ' '"L PIATT BEFRIENDS RILEY XffjTiltfi ' ta!. aanawuiHMfJ jra-J- MI - ' r-- i, ji lllp - F CACHE FOOD FOR CASTAWAYS ! COMPLIMENT THAT WAS REAL DON SBX&asmaiCimMfBi V&2&J&K:t HAVE YOUR SUITS i Directory Ch.1 pepots Established by Various Governments on Most of the Dangerous Inlands. of Supplies Days Will Dowager How Friendship Vac Started That Not In All Lasted as Long as the General Queen of Italy Receive Praise Lived. That Is More Honest. One day many years ago General Children, ns a rule, have a natural Eense f courtesy too often nilsundcr-b- y Don Plntt encountered a local In the act of gathering In a f,00(1 r deprecated by the unthliik-- f Individual who appear- lnB adult. For some strange and In- comprehensible reason tho child who od to bo terribly 111. Iteming up in' s brusque and blunt ia npt to be nsKed: .1 n on uuoueu natural, " winie the uuticiing ' 11 ...11 w UU ...f.t. KIU Vnll buulli Willi JUII fnti mn man or of BCntI tnct and th?' n,,n.7'' f.oclc him up, of course," said tho sweet politeness sometimes Is dls - , cournged by tho prevailing belief that constable. BUcn conduct must be Insincere. Yet "iou better let mo take caro of tllc simplest "llttlo citizens" not In - , lilm. then." the general said, and In iii'iiuviiuj nii'j iu nil uuuxiiccieu or u hiiuii. uiiiu u enrnage wns orouglll trying slUiaUon with surprising, but and tho man who had narrowly es quite untutored, gifts and grace. A caped arrest ns a vagrant wns taken pretty Jlttftj tale is told, for Instance, to tho general's homo and carefully seedy-looWncon-Btnb'- e hr Covmty V. cnor, President: Henry Plrtle, rctnrj, S. K. Bennett, Treasurer. Henry I.iwh, Chairman, Sce- COL NT Y HOARD OF EDUCATION. Cleaned s Pressed Dye-itif- of the time when the present dowager provided for. queen, Margherlta of Itnly, was tho lie was so dreadfully 111 that sevlovely young brldo of youthful eral days elapsed before ho mado his appearance downstairs. crown prince. Then Don. Her majesty, passing tirough one of as ho was familiarly called, said: the hill towns, was accorded tho usual "Well, old fellow, I haw been trv reception by the residents. A llttlo ! Ing to take care of you for several boy was to present tho usual bouquet, days nnd I would like to know who and he, coming of fine literary family, you nro and whore you nre from." had been taught a brief poem offering , "My name Is Klley," was tho reply graceful praise of the princess. But "nnd I am a 6lgn painter from came the moment for delivering i dlann." flowers and verses the llttlo fellow, "What! You can't be Jamea Whltovercome by nervousness or some sim- comb, who writes verso?" . ilar emotion, stood mutely gazing at "That's what they call md at home," tho great lady, saying, never a word. was the reply. After a few moments the sympathetic Don Piatt kept tho now famous princess, seeking to relieve the situa- Hoosler poet ns a guest In his home tion, extended her hand for the flow- for several months. One morning in I ers. the fall, ns they were walking up a The little fellow, waking te lifo neighboring road, Riley sat down on BEWARE OF LATE DINNERS suddenly, yielded them gracefully, ex- n log to write. He at last finished ( plaining confidentially the while: his work and tossed Into the general'? i "There were verses to be said, but lap a sheet of parer. It was tho first Venerable Hero of Manila Bay Gives you are so beautiful that I cau't re- manuscript of tho poem. Some Good Advice to Public member a line!" "When the Frost Is en tho Punkln Men. and the Fodder's In the Shock." As Admiral George Dewey, hero of NOT QUITE PROPER TRIBUTE long as the general lived he nnd the i now aged poet remained the firmest Manila bay, when congratulated upon s of of a Effusive Indlanlan Rather Spoiled of friends. St. Louis Times. the attainment the Effect of Praise Bestowed on century of good health; save some QUEER SIGNBOARDS IN CHINA "Joe" Jefferson. jpoa novice to public men. He said be attributed his lone life and food Jefferson was once strolling through Poetic Gems to Attract Business condition to much riding and abstaining from midnight banquets, and be the corridor of a hotel in Terre Haute, Adorn Many of tho 8hopa Added: "So should any man who Jnd.when aerypompoua jnan.ame In Peking, i wants ip feel $4jounf as I do when utPto handrxtendlng hfiT hand, W. Simpson in "Meeting the Sun" fcr-t- a "paidT jievtfntyfl ve.,r " "Mr. Jefferson, ySH do TSbt trtte-The temptations are know jne, but I know you very well, writesj "I saw In Peking a list of sign' the limelight to sir. TamTety elaa to lee you In our boards, and a few samples of them .. v'reat wltb.ihejsjn.lnlargely to u. Indulge in excesseSj pleasj City. You are a great actor. I have will illustrate their general character: jbl frlendlB and admlrerST Tn'XmeW-cueett yoU ver Lfiice I was a little boy" 'Shop of Heaven Sent Luck,' 'Shop of -- he looked fully as old as Jefferson CeJestjaJ, principles,' TKe Nine 'l banquet, an ornFe feeding Cert Profonge'dV 'Mutton Shop cf "and I have always looked forward licitTes jjony lasting several tours, robbing "man" of Increasing years of the to your visit to this place." Presently Morning Twilight." The Ten Virtues the .sleep which is required to neutralize Jefferson Interrupted the stream of All Complete,' "Flowers Rise to the y Abe ravage of time, and playing hob praise to say: "I thank you "very Milky- Way "In these signs we can see that the (With his digestive apparatus, has unmuch. You are very kind." If the ln doubtedly cost many lives. It takes cldent had o'nly ended here! But the Chinese can combine the soul of a poet m Strong and rigorous constitution to Terre Haute gentleman went on: "I with the pocket of a shopman. Co'withstand the demands of the banquet tell you, everywhere lq this town peo- ntrast such efforts with 'The Noted Eelple House' of the London streets, " (table, and everybody is not a Chaun-jee- y ple are glad to see old Josh M. Depew. There was a moment of si- and one must feel that we are outer Bucuors kem swan i Hiding or any other form of regu- lence, and then Mr. Jefferson sand: barbarians. Carlyle quotes a Chinese lar exercise, together with abstemious "I think you are mistaken. I play Rip signboard, 'No Cheating Here but I SPECIAL OFFER:wUl ' . BadMM. A trill to habits, are great lengtheners of life. Van Winkle. You must mean Mr. could not And anything like it In the 'tU mM fcalU Bermaoaat ctutomtr. roa our The grizzled navy veteran knows Thompson; he plays Josh Whltcomb" list. 'Good and Just According to DHt ralln--f laa ukk,itnrtrttMiUt-- l ! M,uuaoJlM trkat be U talking about and Is an The effusive gentleman paused long Heaven' ought to satisfy the Ideal no- fmmammt I Tarat. lf niU : , tmt fcaiw-- ai TEiwUn la all. Mtcellent schoolmaster for retired enough to collect his wits, and then tions of the author of 'Sartor " fceroea and active public men. "Oh, yes. So you Write to4ay; Mention thla Paper. said cheerfully: "The Honest Pen 8hop of LI" Imare the old fellow who played Rip MAMAAArtMAAMMAMA pain's Pigeonhole Cemeteries, Van Winkle? Wellr youlre good, too." plies that other pen shops are not SEND 10 CENTS lsfcW honest. The "Steel Shop of the Pocki ! Mf Wal Ml FMklM aM rMlt till i A rather curious Mary Shaw in the Century. and to our Ideas l ealWctt tJ with of a4a MtfU. marked Wang" suggests that any pemmm jjkMsewbat unpleaslng custom obtains . lattrmctlT. iMMuru riant ume. j i wu wi m im aw ww m wai, hum. era. culiarity of a shopman may be used to Mb Spanish cemeterlies.,,All around the Monroe Doctrine. Ll.f.helta1,w"fiaiWIRffl.i torylng-grouna building is erected In his annual message in 1S23 Pres- impress the memory of customers.. flrhoee design can only be compared ident Monroe made this statement of Snub noses, squint eyes, lame legs, and hump backs might all be used In Mo that of a nest of pigeon holes, often what has come to be' called tho "Mon"We owe It te candor this way. HMD In post offices and similar instl- - roe dostrine": A charcoal shop calls Itself the Each pigeonhole is a tomb, and to the amicable relations existing SUoae. person dies his relatives hire between the United States and the "Fountain of Beauty," and a place for ft pigeonhole for Ave years, and the allied powers to declare that we the sale of coal indulges In the title An oil Jremalns are placed Inside. The end is should consider any attempt on their of "Heavenly Embroidery." THE jthen sealed up with mortar and a part to extend their system to any nnd wine establishment Is the "NeighSEWING memorial tablet afflxed on the outside. portion of this hemisphere as danger- borhood of Chief Beauty," a descripMACHINE ous to our peac and safety. With tion the realization of which It Is hard fTbe lease of the plgeonhol may be OF at the end of the five years, but the existing colonies or dependencies to conceive anywhere In Peking. "The QUALITY. if Jt Is allowed to expire the tomb Is of any European power we have not Thrice Righteous" one would scarcely jgngealed and the bonej removed to Interfered, and shall not Interfere; but expect from an opium shop. make way for another Tenant. Need- with Ihe governments who have deHeels Originated In Persia. less to pay, the plan has some good clared their Independence and mainNOT It Is said that tho heels now worn (points. Tho space taken by the tained It, and whose Independence we SOLD cemetery is comparatively have, on great consideration, and just on shoes had their origin In Persia, UNDER principles, acknowledged we would where they took tho form of flat wood mall, as Is tho cost of burial. ANY Is, however, conplcuous-il- not view an Interposition for oppress- on sandals to raise the feet and proOTHER tect them from tho hot sands. absent; nor Is sentimental grief ing them, or controlling In any other NAME. It was many years afterward that (Catered to, as It would be impossible manner their destiny by any European to go and mourn at the grave of a n power. In any other light than as a this fashion was introduced Into VenWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. buried In a pigeonhole so high up manifestation of an unfriendly disposi- ice, but tho reason for Its adoption In this case Is said to have been quite If you purchase tho NIIW JIOMK you will 4that a ladder wati needed to reach it. tion toward the United States." different. Hero tho originators of have a life lusct nt tlio price you ruj'i nnd will To such as prefer the tho fashion were jealous husbands not liuve nn endless chain of repairs. Ban on Reading Rooms. jgravee the central space of tho ground The outcry of the public libraries who reasoned that their women thus lis offered, but tho pigeonholes are the j ' t""r Quality against the women who mutilate or equipped would not venture far out- n "n jtnost popular. The Wide World, steal the periodicals In the reading side the precincts of their dwelling. i Considered rooms reminds ono that In the eight- These heels were called "clogs," and Most Peculiar of Letters. eenth century the public newspaper In order to satisfy the vanity of the it is the The letter q Is never followed by wearers and perhaps to sweeten the fcuiy letter but u, because tho sound reading room was an Illegal instituCheapest pill that Is, the discomfort of apland character of the letter make It tion. In September, 1790, three pro- pearing in them tbey were elaborateprietors of such reading rooms were in the end impossible. It has the sound of k, but ly adorned, sometimes being Incrusted that letter, can only be followed prosecuted by the stamp office author- with gold and stiver. The height of to buy. Snlikethe combination qu being sound-lt- d ities and were each fined 5 for althe clogs determined the rank of the you wunt a sewing machine, write for like kw. The letter q Is seldom lowing the use of their rooms and wearer. Harper's Weekly. If , our lntctt catalogue before you purchase. trand In early English, cw or cu being newspapers to the public on payment of Id for admission. The stamp office Med Instead. The word qud, for InBe New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass. Facta About the Potato. derived a large Income from the y stance, as a quid of tobacco, was Whoever may have Introduced the stamps wblch had to be affixed to evcud, then cude, cwud, cwld and potato Into England, according to Or. feuid. Even now kw would serve In- ery copy of a newspaper, and It was Doran'a "Table Trnlta." It was not qu, as kween, queen; kwart, decided that by allowing the uae of BOOKKEEPING stead of one paper to several persons the known In North America In 158G, Busimu,Phono.raphy Atiart; etc. nut the letter k has many when Raleigh's colonists there nrs TYPEWRITING and jasore uses than q, because It can be tamp act was being circumvented. laid to have sent It over to us. But TELEGRAPHY Tellowed by any of the vowels, while London Chronicle. the SpanUh "batata," or sweet potato, WILHUn JffiH&lftlMLLgK can only be followed by u, and k t " HaSPnlin I from wblch the vegetable derives Its Perfection In Shipbuilding. Use- serves as a terminal letter for Iti Preildtnt bn yeir of eiaerltnct Id mercantile The giant liner Imperator, wblch la nnmo, was brought to Ireland many and banking bu.ln.H, alM SZ it'll Hnrailni IO.UJU many words, as talk, folk, brick, sick, for nrrni. aWEntrr rapidly approaching completion at years before by Captain Hawkins from Tounc m.n and wom.n SH1TH, lsln(oat now, . lUnajWII.BVB Uj. atc but q never. In fact, q Is the Hamburg, Santa Fe In South America. This t was recently subjected to least Indispensable and most nearly probably the potato ot Shakespeare's rigid tests to determine the strength iporfluouB letter of the alphabet of her bulkheads, which proved that time. "Let the sky rain potatoes. I m r, the vessel would withstand the ex- will remain here," cried Sir John Ounce of Prevention. embracing Mrs. Ford. , perience which befell the Titanic. New youngster died A thirteen-year-ol1 AM and efficient mechanism Is being Intetanus In Drooklyn. He stepped stalled for launching Black and White lifebouta under a a rusty nan, covered tne wound unfavorable conditions. AnttrrolIIng Adjoining stores at the corner To do any kind of Vit.'rina-r- y (with adhesive plaster and went about tanks in the vessel will remove street and Fifth avenue, work. Horses, mules and the tbte play while the dread disease de- danger of the lifeboats being crushed Brooklyn, attract the attention of1 veloped. This moves a physician to cows need not die for want of One store is occupied by against the sides of the ship while be- Uasrurcby. call attention to the fact that the ing talis answered attention. lowered. One of tho lifeboats is an undertoKr by the name ot Black, (tetanus germ can develop only where day or night. equipped with a , wireless telegraph who very rvproprlately has placed a (the air Is excluded, and that had the black elga outside tho store bearing (wound been washed with antiseptic system having a ran go of 200 miles, the antennae being a telescopic mast. hs name, while the adjoining store is1 nd kept open the boy would have In occupied by a shoe dealer whose name Veterinary Surgeon 41 probability escaped. How many This lifeboat will serve as the flag- is White. Mr. White has his name ship of the fleet of life boats In case Hortforct, - Ky. jUrea have ended in agony because painted on a sheet of that color. jmpie nine tact was not Known? of a wreck. Caches or depots of food and cloth- 1ng have recently hwn established the various Bovornments on most i,n .lnnrnrmia isinnitit im.inr iinlr dominion. And cm many of others 41,0,0 nro inntinfB n.,.i !n9f mpf inna ., !, f fnfimnonroat laimwi tn whero there Is such a depot. They imiir onrnRRu- - for Mm m in i,nt nurnose. or In natural caves In the tllffs, whero all tho provisions will remain dry and keep for a long time. As an example, down in the Indian ocean are tho islands of Amsterdam, fit. Paul and Kerguelcn, all dangerous epots for vessels In a storm. On each of these the French warship Euro hns established depots containing necessaries of all kinds for castaways, no matter what their nationality may bo At Amsterdam island, In a large cavern on a hillside, there are supplies underclothes, biscuits, beef, of blankets, and some matches Inclosed In a hermetically sealed metal box. There nre also In the same cavo several cots, n cooking pot and dry1 wood, left by fishermen who occasionally visit there. Cabbage and celery, flsh and lobsters abound on the Island end In tho waters about it and cast-aays could live there indefinitely. The depot is clearly marked out by a board bearing the legend "Prance, Vivres, Vetements pour naufrages, Eure." Repairinrj and j ' i ' ,'l,n special attention. ' Ladies work given neatly done. j I i I te I GILLESPIE BROS. I I I well-know- n I three-quarter- J Horseshoeing a Specialty. d Hartford, - Ky. Hartford, Smith, Attorney, Court com ones first .Moiulay In each Law Attorney month. Quarterly Court IIcrIiis on the HARTFORD, KY. , February, Muy, fourth .Monday In J Club $1.00 August and November. Will practice his profelon In Uilfc ! Court of ClnlniH Convenes first and adjoining counties. CommcrcJul .Tuesday In .January nnd first Tuesand Criminal Practice a Specialty. day In October. Hartford Pressing Glilb, Other County Officers 1 S. .Mux- ley, Surveyor, Fonlsvllle, Ky., It. M. C. A. 11I.UU., 1 1). No. 2; Ilarmird Felix, Assessor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. 1). No. 1'; KY. Henry I. each, Superintendent, Ilnrt-JforLaw Dr. A. U. Illley, Coroner, Hartford. HARTFORD, KY. Jl'STlCi:s' COURTS. .Messrs. W. If. Bannti and C. E. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday arter 3rd .Monday In .March, Tuesday SinlMi announce that Uwy liavo fonn-- a partnT.shi!p for the goiaornl pracafter "rd .Monday in .lime, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in September, Tues- tice of law, exc ipt criminal and illvor day after ;;rd .Monday in December. Attxir-nrj- y John II. Miles, itoekport, Friday cosot!, Sir. Smith bilng County Is prevented fruni practicing such after ;!rd .Monday In .March, Friday after 3rd .Monday in June, Friday ccjsus. Sir. Damns wJU individually .Monday in September, acct'K such practice after lird W. H.&J. F. GILLESPIE In Offices Friday after 3rd Monday Iu DeHartford Republican bulldlug, Hartcember. Proprietors O. U. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday ford, K- after 3rd .Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday In SepYANCYL.MOSLEY, tember, Wednesday altei 3u: Mon-ua- y In Decern tcr. John II. Miles. Itoekport, Friday j alter 3rd .Mommy yi .i.ircb, Fr ca; HARTFORD, - KY. after 3rd .Monday in June. Frhlas AND REPAIR WORK after 3rd Monday iu September, FriWill practlco his profession In all tha day after 3rd Monday in December. Court! ot Ohio ami adjoining countlra, J. C. Jackson, Centcrtown, Sat and in tha Court of Appriila. Alao Nourday after 3rd .Monday In March, tary over First National Saturday utter 3rd Moiulay in June, Dank. Public Office Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd .Monda) In December. M. C. Cook, Renfrew, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In .March. Tuesday after 2nd Monday In Mny, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. Ohio County 1 nomas Sanders. Olaton. Wednes day after the second .Monday In HARTFORD, KY. .March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday All Matters Given Prompt Atten111 August, Wednesday after 2nd .Montion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS day in N'ovrmuor. SPECIALTY. llrtuit Pollard, Fordnvlllo. Tuenday Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and Ulrkhwul. i .Iiulgo, 1. HIiiro, Attorney; W. I. L. 11. Tlchenor, Hartford, It, F. P. .Mlditiir, Jullor; 13. O. Unrraiw, ii v.. r. . Clirk; II. K. Itlrithcnil. .Master ' ':'.' i'i. C. Hartford, Reynolds, It. T. t'olllna, Tnwti'i' 3. SI. H. l'attcisoii. Olaton, Ks. .lury mud: r. ll. lllack, Sheriff. I, 11. L. Alfoid, While HUH, ivy. S. O. Keowu, Iturtlord. .1. Richard I'luiuiiier, Tnlor Mint. lkiiur Dam; (.). 1. Jones, Itotiti' ". Kentuel,.. Ii.uiionl, V. V. Harp, ltoslne. Court . r co.iU'ina first .Moiulay In Tollman ami continues three week a; third .Monday In April, two veeKn; third .Moiuhi In Octohor two weeks. County Court It. It. Wedding, s. llualcy. Clerk; C. L Judge; Clrcult Court-- T. HaitfoH, JH-i- K. J 1 sm J Otto C. Martin at delivered. month. rate per IV. d, Barnes & Attorneys at Smith Q 6 LAGKSMITH Attorney at Law " J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public after 2nd .Monday In .March, Thursday after 2nd Moiulay iu May, Thursday after 3rd Monday In August. Thursday after 2nd Monday In No Whit-comb.- SEEDS' -- d W. J. Dean. School Trustees Dr. E. D. Pendle ton, Chairman; W. II. names, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor. W. S. Tinsley and J. D. Duke. vember. J. I.. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd Monday In Mureh, Friday after 2nd Monday iu May Friday after 3rd Monday In August. Friday after 2nd Monday In Novomber. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John U. Wil son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens. .Marshal; Court convenes second Mon day In each month. City Council J. II. Williams. May or; It. T. Collins. Clerk; K. P. Thorn- Treasurer. Members of Council Robert Hoover. P. II. Tnlor, J. II. u. tarson, B. p. Moore, Fred Cooper, and KILL the COUGH CURE thi LUNC9 Dr. King's New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND M LUNfiTMMLES. QtJAKANTKKD SATISFACTORY! ok moincy Bsrrosxix NEW , . y HOME per-jeo- orlg--fsall- Mat. at - Fal-staf- d PREPARED W. H. RILEY RELIGIOUS SERVICES. SI. E. Church. South Services morning and evening every first nnd third Sunday In each month. Sunday school 'J: 45 a. in. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Itev. Succeed when everything else falls. Savllle, pastor. In nervous prostration and female Raptlst Church Services morning weaknesses they are the supreme and evening every second and fourth remedy, as thousands have teatifled. Sunday in each month. Sunday school FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND u:l.ri a. in. Prayer meeting uvery Wed STOMACH TROUBLE nesday evening. Itev. English, pastor. it is the best medicine ever sold cnristian Church Services every over a druggist's counter. fourth Sunday nl 11 a. m. and 7. p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. in. Elder W. If. Wright pastor. tuinherlaiiil Presbyterian Church-- cSunday school every Sunday at HMo a. m. SIX'ItKT SOCIETIES. Very Serious Hartford Lodgo No. C70, F. and A. SI. meets every first Monday nlaht It is a very serious matter to ask In each month. SI. L. Heavrln, V. for one medicine and have the SI.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. wrong one given you. For this Hartford Chapter No. SI O. E. S. reason we urge you in buying to meets eery second and fourth Mon day evenings. .Miss Wlllyo Smith, W. be careful to get the genuine .u., .miss ciuzuueui .Miner, secretary. Hough River Lodgo No. Ill) Knights BLACK-DraugHof Pythias meets every Tuesday evenT ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney Foster, K. of R. & 5. Liver Medicine Hartford Tent No. iiD. K. O. T. SI. meets every first and third Thursday reputation of this old, reliaThe nights. R. T. Collins. Commander: ble medicine, for constipation, InL. P. Foreman, RecorJ Keeper. digestion and liver trouble, is firmAcme Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. ly established. It does not imitate meets every second and fourth Friother medicines. It is better than day nights in each month. C. SI. Harothers, or it would not be the fanett, Noble Urand; W. R. Hedrlck, vorite liver powder, with a larger Secretary. ale than all others combined. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. SOLD IN TOWN Fa meets every second and fourth Saturday nights In each month. Leslie Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. Wallace, Clerk. Sunshine Hive" No. 42, L. 0. T. M., meets every first and third Friday Ladies! Sve Mney and Keep ia nights in each month. Sirs. Attyo H Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Style by Re.din McCalr Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. SI., meets every third Saturday night Kc&H'tMafailaawIll rlKVUL'S MAGAZIhE in each month. John T. Slooro High help you tire.? at a r.iuJnralo-CMcnPrlesf; W. S. Tlnsloy. Secretary. by Ifooiiluir ASIER1CAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. tou pos toil on llio National Officers President, Ira SI, I.iim fakliloim In clulLos ami. liau. to J. ChryBt, Hudson, Wis.; V. PresiNew 1'ntLloir Doilcns dent, S. D. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; lit emit. IbMio. AIm Secretary & Treas., 11. G. Tank, Wau-saTnltmlilo- liifurinmlon mi nil tioinu anil per- - ! Wis. Kmul mailers. , Only State Officers President, J, II. Mio & year Incliidinc Princeton, Ky,; Vice Presia froo iallcrii. (jiilj- irrilio KKlay or seuil dent, J. II. Hurney, Sluhlenberg Co.; aCW (ui free saiiiulo copy. Secretary & Treaa., S. U. Robertson. McClirti:trainillciiillryHttomnkaln your Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. en u lumiii. u lili ) iu. uu ii Intnl. c lotUlui: fur Hartford, Ky. youiwir and clilllr,'ii Willi Ii wilt Uo porfv t SI embers State la tlylo cud III. lr.. n !.. Iilirlirr lliall 14 Executivo Board-B- en r'cinl fiirfri'iKlifiii('ulaloi;iio. ( fcuv Watson, Webster county; J. W. Wa Will Cia Yn I'm Prr,t fnr rcuIiir glib. Dunn, Daie6s county: Henry Plrtle. ; 'ijHioimiiiiiiiiiti.iu'l'ii mix. Scml lur fno Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin counrrcinliUTi ( iniiliicuoaiiil ( arli PmuOncr. ty; C. 0. Davenport, Warren county. im aexu coxpaj.y, 233 u rv vi ::ii u. un wn Ohio county officers L. B. Tlch- - Electric Bitters t ji Mjrl-l.li- u, V JJal-mal- ii, X tk - iJt - Jt. -- a. Hi, ' .mmmmmmmKmyiv.i.yni THE GRANDEST OF rwWsWPRfljJV?!! !'"' THE SECEjalS'ir !J sUFSil SLOGAN IS "ONE FOR EVERY On? t lini-'rck- MfSCASTORIA INAUGURATIONS Inauguration oi Messiah's King- 0 r iPli Ai.roiioi,.TiKnti:rr"" For Infants and Children. dom Will Eclipsa All Others. Ciicorful Cry AdoptetJ In Rowan County In 1911. The Kind You Have Always Boughs I M Victory Through Death Constituted JEANETTE BELL ORIGIUATOR ANceclnli'PjTjnraitonGT.b! Hit Divlno Election to Be King of sirai.aii:iAitenjoiIan!lltajitv Kings and Lord of Lords Immedilinirin! b iciekIis tudlJuials cj Practiced What Oho Preached on Poor ately He Betrothed a Brido CentuGirl Who Got Behind In Her Studies ries of Wedding Garment Preparation. &y on Account of Practical Blindness. Washington, D. Work Has Not Stopped, Either. W M C. March U. Pits-to- r Pro;r1o!cr.Dis!ion!,crtfl ltussell arrivLast winter, when the enthusiasm of! 16 01 ncssnail fcstroniainsnciaw ed here this mornI the iii'i'inllght school campaign wns at, Oniun.Mori)!iiiie . ing on Ills return Its height in Itownu county, Miss NOT N1 C OTIC. Hell, an olllclal stenographer, de from I n n u in a, Kingston. Ilnvnnn, cided to adopt nml carry out the slo jzapeocoUdcsnaiimMa Key West. Tampa gan, One for every one." bile luoued JUjJta SrJ" anil Pensacola. He about her lu Mourchend, the county took for his test scat, for some person who was out of .1 c h u s' word s, school and could not read or write. "When the Son of In tlie hotel In which she wns living IHatDnJ.lnJi Man shall come In she discovered n pupil, Cordle Wilson, MtSin HI" Blry. and nil who was working ns n chainherninld. IfPASTQR RUSSELL)) IMiyrrilkirr, . 1 nnirol.s hnli- th 4 When asked about the work she had u Lf jk Apcrfccl Remedy forCVmsflpv with Illm. then shall He slt upon the done for Cordle Wilson, Miss Hell smillion. sour aiORiacii.iminiuu Tlnone of Ills glory." (Matthew ed quietly and said: "It wnsn't work at 55 fl Worms.CcmTilsioiis.rOTris!i He alil: 83:31.1 all. it wns a pleasure, and a very real nrasmtd Loss or Suxa When dlx thousand yenrs ago mnn pleasure too. You see, Cordle wns K&l transressel the Divine command nnd born In Klllott county, and when she FacSmnlc Signature of came under the sentence. "Dying thou was quite young she was nlmost blind. shalt die." lie wan cast out of Kden. Of course she did not go to school with SW. that In the unprepared earth be might NEW pay the death penalty. Kven then. In the declaration that the Seed of tho 1 woman would eventually bruise tho serpent's head. (Joil implied an ultiGuarantee 1 under the mate victory for humanity over Satan, slu nnd death. Later, Uod's Covenant with Ahra-hntExact Copy of Wrapper. HtW VONH CITT. TMC CINTAUK COISMNY, told that victory would come through his posterity, but did not ex plain how. Centuries Inter. Aura- ham's favored posterity. Israel, came Into Covenant relationship with God through Moses. Their hope was to keep GoiI'h l.nw so thoroughly as to POSITIONS GUARANTEED merit everlasting life, uud be competent to deliver humanity from sin and position lr will GUARANTEE you a many more you death. However, centuries of effort us real soon. Wo need demand the get to proved that none could keep the Diat ones As supplyas waenormous required the soon for our graduates. vine Law satisfactorily. otTor will be withdrawn. So number ofstudents this The next Divine lesson was one of write at once for particulars. " fc. fnlth. Israel could not keep the Law Hitlsrnctorltr could not. therefore. COIiDIE WILSON. have everlasting life, could not teach others to do what they could not do. the other, children, nnd when her eyes The lesson of faith was that they grew better she felt shy about going BDSINKSS COLLEGE should look forward to a coming Mes- to school with children so much her lNCOMPOBATKf siah "a Prince and a Savior." This wns somewhat accentu Junior. a ico. W. HCIIWARTT. t,OUTSVII,T,E. KY, XNTAnudnRD 1B04 riili.cir.t Various were their hopes respecting ated by the fact that she wns one of The promises were scanned those unfortunate overgrown girls thnt Messiah. to note something concerning Him. look nlmost twice their real age. ToThrough the prophets God foretold that day, nt fifteen, Cordle looks like sevenMessiah was to he the antitype of both teen or eighteen. 60 YCARS' EXPuRISNCE David and Solomon, of Aaron and "'At night when her work nbout the very great. He was to reign hotel wns done she would come to me ifocfcbee's "Full ol Life" Kortlictn Gross T'cillerrtdrdi have trputation of ASyearsfll rfrom sea to nea. (Psalm TJS.) WltrTllerTitToksnud poncifnnd pad nnd Ai p successful tmi growing bclimu llicra. II pas M Israel looked forward Willi prme to 'work like n Turk. Naturally I expectplant llie (ml. Seasonable Specialties: the day when Messiah would exalt ed It to take her some time to learn to UUANS them very highly In the earth, and as- write and read, hut In six nights she Earliest Rl Valriitine . . $JJ Bushel . . iH "'"' sociate them with Himself lu blessing could write her nnnie easily nnd knew Kclucce Kxtra lrly Trade Marks New Mrinlrss C.rctii Pal . Ss 70 Husliel nil nnonle. These good hones have Held nraiGMS how to Join nil her letters Into words Imp. Kidney Wax J4.50 Bushel WaflnrU'i CABvoiAirr! An. them together as no other people have In tills same time she had also learned Ibtis New White Wax . .. J4.7J J1"!1! pneirn wmmTwri" hw.1 Anennescnainj Kust I'rool Wax fi.50 Bushel Curnc's ever been held. They are still waiting, to read well enough to cover the first Q'jleklr ascertain our opinion free wlivllirr a'l PEAS Inrentlon Is prohnbly Plt",!;L,iiri"nmu.""'.,v' though disconcerted by the evidences twenty pages lu her first reader. Soon husliel Hxtra Katly Alalia . . . ti-illaniiBtrletlyronndonllal. HANOBOOK on J550 Bushel New l'jrly ttrailus Oliloit agency for auuriiiirpaleiirii. tent that others are lu some respect more aftiH' this she left the hotel and did not Co. recelrs Car Jen . Si jo Bushel 1'Atents taken Ihrouiih Munn Ilnrsfimt's Market favored than they. irial notUi, without charge, lu the come to me any more." Iluckbec's I.lcMnlnir Express 5 00 Bushel .... Dxll.t. Tmn.!A Ami A full llPC Of Every vital human movement easily Messiah and the Jubilee at Hand. Scientific Hull's at lowest growing pri'e;, Seeds, Plants and becomes both religious nnd contagious, elr. At last Israel's Star of Hope is risSend lor complete catalogue or luumn u in v handsomely llhutral jd weeklr. A your requirements anil ill quote prices. to culatlon of any clentllle journal. Icrnis. tl a tell that At last the Buy direct liom the grower Sac Money. yr: four months, fU Soldhyall pcwadealtrj. ing! mornlne of lovprophecies to dawn: and the moonlight school seems nnd prove the rule. Other counties Is about today. Mention this paper. Write York hir MUNN &Co.36,B'Md""-Neand that "the desire of all nations shall communities are taking up the work, brli-Offlce. 63 V BU WasWiuilon. D. C come." Not merely are Jews claiming nnd It Is hoped that the whole state iTGSBsKibwSt., KKirord Strd Ftncs. RKMerd.B that Messiah's Day Is nigh; but Chris will realize the value of a school for tian Bible students see the same. Mo- out of school folks. In 1911 Itownu county decided to hammedans also see. Free Masons strive to get a number of her. schools claim the same. All men are In expecto open their doors for ndults who tation of something wonderful. The multiplied blessings In the In- could not read or write. Grown peopromptly obtalnvl la S and ple do not enre for n primer or n ventions of the last obtain PATENTS all countries, or no fe. the New Dispensation. If the first reader, so Itowan county launchTHAT PA aiUcniaa tbem thorougldy, at our ipen, andTelp you to success. preparations are so grand, what will ed a paper, THL KOWAN COUNTY Send irodsL photo or sketch for FRCC report SCHOOL MESSENGER, that the puto yean' pracUc. be the Inauguration nnd Kclgn Itself! on patentability, pils might have n real live paper to BIFEriENCES. ForfreaOulda Inauguration Scene of Our Text. Book on rrofltablo latents writs to read. The first column of the paper, Seventh Strsot, In the grand procession picLeading DATTTDUa WASHINGTON, P. C. following dated Sept. 10. 1012, is as follows: ture is the Son of. Mnn, Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, simplicity and Can we win? ycm. on whom are all the holy messengers: but rciiaoiiny neany n"ji I every city and town In the United States and with Him upon His Throne will be His f Cinida, or by mail direct. More told Iran Win what? , any other make. Send lor tree catalogue. llrlde class a snlutly few. Thus It Is Win tho first night school prize. apMAGAZINE shall MeCALL'S written: "When Christ More subscribers than sny othet fishloa pear, then shall yo also appear with Of courso wo can. Just watch macssine million a month. Imaluabtr. LaU dressmaking, I est styles, patterns, ncedlcwoik,li.il-drcssln- millinery, 3:4; Rev. 3:21. Him In glory."-C- oI. WDsT ! plain scwlni;, fancy t ctUluctte, good stories, tie. Only GO cents a Grand ns have been the Innugurnl us try. And watch us f year (orlli dnublt), including a free pattesn. they ' bubscr.-7- today, or send lor sample copy. ceremonies of tbo past week, Wo are winners, wo aro I were as nothing, contrasted with the BULBS SUCCEED. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS brings premium caUlogue glorious crowning Day for which earth to Agents. Tostal r (.FECIAL.. OFFER' k ' and new cash priia offers. Address has waited six thousand years. HapV. . wuww Watch us grow. Grow what? w ni.de o s IIJ bw tltsailaaASS """"-- " HIE McCALL CO, S to U W. S7th SL. NEW V0 py ns were the aces which greeted the moke you tniiw iieruitiutu. VOllX i F thai r ran Lod Ol F lOLULTs lji.fns " 4I President, the picture was tnme. com- Everything but weeds. .ri"rr:-.i.wcM.Bi,ron.e7 i -i. 411 BUlun, W aOUVCUU pared with tho Joy of mankind when .U".HM" ii..ll u"h "'.?'..'"!," "' they realize what God has wrought! UI4, rUli IrU. .IIU. SwsiU. I .lilhTBwlM Our district shall win 1 1 Wr.1. IUp,lirr.l tulip. UjiSU..! iJJJi Wherein Did the Jews Fall? ISfjRlM.Ufc rr...k. IU 4 I ., I iuii U" mim. ; :', Tho Jews did not fall. All God's Our division must lead! I II'AKAAIL&U AJ. 'UIU.A"li .,'. tmlm promises to them arc still theirs. He Write I 2?ttwZyimFflrrA p H oc u k t un i' " Tiisoirl tti" ire report never offered thern spiritual favors, or Lot's nil go to school. It is good .suggested taking them to Heaven. The ... i s1asil Ituust. luu sua Sim iua I COUNTHIC3. copTrttfliUi. lLa&ullIUl asua" 7 a. ti..ti ii,l strongest promise, even to Abraham, for us. It will 'inako us young d.rtSul'astlV" IJl" tmt' ,uliinn."--- ..- Pliata..... .ru! w..i..Bsmssm. i I IBM l.i... , wns that ull the land which could be .... n.mitMlSjnl,uJii i Exclusively. will niako us more usePatent and Infringement Prictlc seen would be given to htm und his again. It kibti? TSIaaiiUalaM uniiks tuf. sr, I I iauo suu&aaa L n WbIU BUUs TaUat Ottca, blessings were to come ful. It may start us on tho road to seed. Israel's tm, asar T W IUU yn, tit duwucu bocuosd, iu. i, uissraNQTon, w. . through Mcsslnh. greatness. God foretold through the prophets Messiah would suffer. The Jews that All night schools in "Rowan counmerely fulfilled a part of the Divine Program. Had Messiah gone to anoth- ty started on Holiday evening, er nation, doubtless there would have Sept. 16. been similar results. At the First of Jesus God did more for the Each will try to havo tho largest Jews than He had promised. He gave POSITIONS' them opportunity of becoming mem- number enrolled, the best attendAPLWIFUL bers of Spiritual Israel. ance each night and tho largest S7ior7ieri6& Then Divine favor turned to the Gengraduating class; also each will opportutiles, and gave them a similar nity. This work has required nearly try to havo tho oldest pupil. nineteen centuries, and we believe is about completed. The Messiah class Rowan county has tho finest is about made up. Jesus the nend long ago entered Into His glory. Soon building stone in tho world. the last members of His Itody will pass beyond the veil. Forthwith the Rowan county will grow tho fin7W4r4&-AW1Vwork of blea.im; the nations will begin. It Will Bo a Marrlago Featt and an Inaugural Ceremony Combined Jesus' Uo not sap tho spring of li.'a hy ncj-irof the humci mcclianlsm, by nllowint t!io nooumiilation of eystcm. An Iniltniljn of Nature's method of ii e of tissuo anJ I:t.p ivert htiTt ol tho Mood .J nervous trciith it restoring wa-.tto take mi mtentivs Slvnfri. c- - 'i ict 'vi clcon ') ' Gulden Seal nnd Oregon roof v.th iucrryh.n!. ra?c root, Sloouruo!, Litotio a.id , Over 40 years) ni,o yr. i icrco ;.ivs to mc public tiiM renieuy, wnicii no oaiicjur. fierce e Uolucn Medical Discovery. Ha found it would help fho hlood In taLinj- up tho proper nts from f.rotj, tielp f ic Kcr i.ifo nct!vi:y, lhi.-.ro'i: J o ,hc poisons fror.i Ihs and vitalizing the ho!o Eyntcin at well 03 c'la'jin,! anil oolhini a cough. No ono ever ta!3 cold unleti erat'arc', or end havind uhnt v.o coll !i attended with Impoverished blood exhaustion oi nsrvo .orce. Tin " Discovery" is an end t'vnio wl.'cli rciiorcs tone to tbe blood, nerves end :srt I Jmiist'ni' Nature's mct'iods of reitoring wattj cl tiisuo, ond feeding t'10 ncrvos, heart and lungs on rich t.-.- c 6.-o cli-nee' ILK OFE. gr 1 rill food. 'i ;3 Bears the Signature syiseram ucrJl-ncril- n fwW (ftffi'$3i Wik 1 U23. Dn-- f. ;"'.st my :' ' t thTlder ! Wo also ' vrS on .. l7.rV.'. Yr.v,rf i'tw tioo'.lmiil.S.C, n very to f): ' ..'ST-n- t Ifand nono dU : - :i n. ,sK."x"v 1 Tooll hava 1 w n- -r ..,1 '. t -- 1 P -r -. t' 50 lariHlitiin, vnnltfo to H un for six montjis -n '1 ' I vo t cK . Y it acV-c- u r. -- 1 ' V'xvc. ' 'M IV. I 'mJ FW.tr.t ta' D.. 'wreu'i 'in n : ,fc VtVtti. rThon t ! '. lo ri .lu ! MTOcr"' I coiil I su vii f an Imur nt a r" 1 ' -- M 1-)- A I ' (l ' tr" lm" 1 I re . f" r-- 7 . rjo'1'"- -I '1 n. 1 fnurfi.cn bottloa t:i r.:i ar.J was ' ' Vl"7l)0!l"ii5. rvw "IsV-Hf- 'M -- r"''. .z ', ... 'iij f'". t '2 t- - t'' t' .lea-nett- e JAMES & CO., m 5 Pirst Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. 'i mi fi& Jse t. For Over Prompt Attention and Good Service. 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" ' a M a BULBS w-- 1 Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womantroubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from ly N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and' the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." Chad-bourn, -- '-"" U. IHI a aaaaja to-a- aaaiaaj "; abSSHl. ;; S1..1W -- , - I jjjj-- Ad-Te- CARDUI Fr WomanlTonic oorrecoi B&&sar& 28 Zi more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. During this time, thousands of womeajiave written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. It you are a woman, ucgiu uuiiiik .uum, tuuay. riuttannfiasi Medicine Co.. Chattaaodai .l.-- . i.ji... lA.r.r, . sua dooIHom TrUnat 0r Wonta," stall far &riaf Mftwt-feMM-p- tf nl est fruit in tho world. i J 4Vf , VfrfjN n ' 4 . jBPBI . m IPB1 BA AM H B BTOl flfl flBI BB . m M a flB m Bl m m BF BP BF" Bl B Bf" Bl mm m Bi BB Bi B h wm m DUlo i in i flkH PH pN uQj HI 1 Era II I IWIll w Bfl BrI BR Hi B Bfl ony, (fjri' The Hartford Republican will give some boy or girl of Ohio county a genuine Shetland Pony, Harness and Bu as; Any boy or girl who lives in this county and is not over sixteen years old may enter the contest. The one who receives the highest number of votes or subscriptions to this paper will receive the Pony and Outfit; the one who receives the sec ond highest vote will receive a fine bicycle; and the one who receives the third highest number of votes will receive a fine sold watch. tj ' -- : . t will begin Friday, March AND WIUL, SATURDAY, CLOSE JUINB 28. ! Do ' You Want One of These Ponies, HERE IS PICTURE OR CAPITAL PRIZE. the Bicycle or the Watch? If you do, get busy the day the con- test begins, Friday, March 21. It will be easy to get one. 1 BBABBBhmilABV -J Remember your opportunity is as good as any one else's. Your I WA r ''uBk iBBBBBBM. BBBBbVBBBBBBBBBI BBBBKiidBBBIBB friends and'neighbors will help you, so be one ot the first in the tield and thus get a good start. Make a start by filling out nomination blank and clipping coupons, good for votes, which will thenext'issue of The Republican, Friday, March 21. appear-iSend in your name at once and we will send you full outfit for getting subscriptions to this paper. While the contestants must Sive in Ohio county, yet they are permitted to secure subscrip- tians from any place in the United States. In writing to this office always be sure to sign your name and post office address. n Get , Tour Friends To Help Tou Win This RULES GOVERNING PONY CONTEST: 1. Any boy or girl not over tlio age of 1C years, living in Ohio county, may enter the contest. 2. This contest shall begin Friday, March 21, VJVJ, and shall close on Saturday June 23, 1913. A coupon good for 10 votes will be printed In Hepubllcan for the The Hartford first four weeks of the contest. These coupons when properly filled out may be voted by anyone for any contestant. To be complete they must Include the border. To bo counted they must be brought or mailed, (as shown by postmark) to this office on or before the date shown on each coupon. 3. Contestants will bo furnished with receipts to bo given for all payments on subscriptions, and as many sample copies of Tho Republican as desired. 4. Special voting coupons wilt bo Issued for payments on subscriptions, (new or old) as shown by schedule herewith. Theso can bo voted at any time during the contest. The number of votes' Indicated will In no manner be changed during tho progress of the contest. SCHEDULE OP VOTES FOR test. Votes can not bo bought, and once Issued to, or cast for, any contestant, may not be transferred to subscriptions secured All another. by contestants, together with the money for same, aro tho property of Tho Hartford Republican and must be turned Into this office. Subscriptions taken in tho name of ono contestant may not bo transferred to another In any manner, but must be turned In to this office and counted for tho ono In whoso name they wcro secured. Any contestant dropping out of the contest will lose the votes cast for them. 7. Contestants, or their friends, need not tell anybody anything about their votes; If they do, they must tell tho truth or they will bo ruled out of tho contest. S. No subscription may bo taken for moro than flvo years in advance, but In addition an old subscriber may pay all arrears owing and votes will bo Issued accordingly, thus, say for a total or seven years: 2 years arrears 500 votes, S years In advance 2,000 votes, total 2,600 votes. I). Voting coupons and subscriptions must bo sont direct to tho Contest Editor. Money sent by mall must bo registered, money order or check, otherwise Tho Hartford Republican will not bo held responsible for It In any way. 10. Votes can bo secured only by tho means set forth in theso rules. 11. No contestant will receive any C. bbjb. ae IbIbbbVbVbVbW. byBbYbTbb. VvbbVbV wBBA J'XW Hl BBBBBBB m ABBBBBBBBiivnv BBwSl" iBBYBYBYAYBYBYBk ' BHWaBPiHi p BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm " Bfl X, J X ?1.00.... 200 votes Two years 2.00.... f.00 votes Three years 3.00.... 1,000 votes Four years 4.00.... 1,400 votes Five years COO.... 2,000 votes C. No cinployo of Tho Hartford Republican, nor member of tholr Immediate family, may enter tho con One year aid from The Hartford Ropublci.in about any contestant's vote. No count of tho votes will bo made at any time, until the final count, when the winners will be announced. Tho ballot box will be In plain v'; w In this office. The box will be securely locked and tho key deposited at the Bank of Hartford until time for final count. 13. The contestant, boy or girl, who receives tho highest number of. votes will receive a first class, gentle"' and well broken Shetland Pony together with a full set of harness and a pony buggy and will bo given to the winner after count Is made. Tho contestant, boy or girl who receives the second highest vote will recelvo a $30. bicycle; If boy is winner, a boy"s blcyelo and If girl Is winner, a girl's bicycle. Tho contestant, boy or girl, who receives the third highest oto will receive a $15 V gold watch. 14. Threo competent and Impartial Judges will bo selected to count tho votes on hour tho, contest closes. 15. rtii uy ontering tills contest, bind themselves to ac cept and abide by tho foregoing rules. 1C The publishers of The Hartford Ropubllcan shall at all times bo willing and glad to furnish any information In regard to tho contest. 17. Tho hour of closing tho contest will bo announced by publication in tho Issuo or tho week pre-- ; ceding tho close. Jil Copies of 24 page book "Pony Fairyland" showing dozens of pictures of Shetland Ponies will be given free to all who send in their names. Send in your name AT ONCE and remember the contest starts, Friday, March. 21. Get busy and send in the nomination blank and other coupons which will appear in The Republican on that day. ijp I -- i Who Wa,its This Fine Shetland Pony? i