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EUGENIC LAW OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY per Year No. 24 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1913. ! toward preventing tho iirSpa&aUQn of proceeds will go to tho support of TUBERCULOSIS HEAD JOHN W. LEWIS serious dlRPtscs of tho biiod', and othresidents of these counties at Hazel-woo- d THREE YEARS er local diseases that art 'a source of Sanatorium. In WlnoluwtAr TENDERS RESIGNATION bo much misery and sufcng, and 4hc DIES IN TEXAS Purls, Georgetown, Danville, and EFFECT cause of so many unliap'Jy uirrloages. probably In other places, visiting COMPANION "Witness tho result cf tho recent nurses will probably do emplojed for marrlago of a certain dijfhroncd monDr. Farrand Will Become Presi- Former Congressman from the tho frlst time to work In cooperation vvjth tho Kentucky Tuberculosis Hygenic. Marriage Plan in arch toand a grrman .irlnccss. The f fact the vvor.'d." Commission. Tho rest of the funds Death of M.H. Couch Redent of University Fourth District Expires at " Tho law, recently asacd by the will bo taken In trust by tho Com Wisconsin. lc&Is'ature, whereby an man desiring veals Hidden History. Colorado. Home of Daughter. mission for the extension of tho worlc to marry, must prcseira certificate In various places, either through orshowslimed by a reputable iavc-langanization of visiting nursing assoVarious Opinions Given on Law ing that ho Is pnytfiAlyquallflcd Now York, Dec. 22. Dr. Livlngs- SprlnRficld, Kj, Doc. 21. -- Former ciations, or the establishment of open Unknown Woman Shares His Of' to enter the niarrtaffrlaUon, vJlJ ton Longrcssnmn Which is Advoeated for John W. Lovvls died air schools, or In other ways. fice and Found After for a time, bewilder stnie people, and years Farrand, who for nearly ton has been the cxecutlvo Bccro- - Saturday morning nt tho ago of bcv-taIt will be some itaac before all .will NO CREEK. , Kentucky. years at tho homo of his of The National Association ' cnty-thre- o His Death. understand Ks Import, "said the Rev Mr. Robert, Renfrew has moved to n. "lu "uibw.ib rorry Millar, supcrer endent of the I na severed his conncc-- 1 Worth, Tex., where ho had made the Elgin property near Hartford. Confcrcrie. Wisconsin Methodist berculosIs. nun wnn inai organization (to 's Ml'waukco, Dec. 2.",. On and after Episcopal Church ""'no sinco ine acaui ct nis wire, ttliss Alberta Greer left Monday Montlccllo, N. Y., Dec. 23. With come tho prosldent of the University about f'vo months ago. Air. Low! a for an extended visit to her brother the re!aso frmo tho SuMivan January 1, l!14, men who wish to county. of Colorado, according to an an- was a native of Urocn county. Sev- at O'lvet, iIU. marry Jn this State must present "May Use Kentucky Limestone. JalJ probably today of Miss Adelaide Mr. Loney Sanderfur, OwenBboro, M. nouncement made from the associa- eral years after graduating at CenArtificatcs of hcaVtli signed by reput-ib- U Brancc, tho woman who for three-yearWashington, Doc.J 13. Kentucky tion's headquarters ter College ho came to Springfield spent' a few days here with relatives ph) slclans. hero last night. endured voIuntar' confinement limestone may jot be used In Uic ' .Tno eugenic law passed nt tho hist construction of the. Lincoln Memor Dr. Farrand has probably dono In 1SS9 and formed a partnership with last week. for tho sake of being the secret comMr. seJlon of tho Legislature, .goes in- ial here to cost S2.t40.000. After bid more for tho promotion of the or- - tho late Judge Richard J. Drown to today J. P. Foster went to Nuckols panion of Melvin iH. Couch, tho tays-to- ry on business. Practice law. His rise In the legal to effect on that day, and nb even ders from Western Kentucky quar- - ganlzed movement of her identity may never be Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wallace atwas mpia' ana WMWn a any tho cleverest lawyers have been able rlos were ruVd out two months ago'1" ' U solved. She tojd her Jailer last bight "?. tended tho burial of their to find any way of avoiding It. It al- by tho nmmi-rr-i- Ln 8ln'e Individual In tho entlro coun- - few jears Mr. Lewis was Tecoenlz- that her only wish was to he permitthe Mrs. Tom Williams, at Central so provides that any person going that the contract 'tad .already been try. When tlio executive office of cd as ono of tho leaders of tho bar ted to leave Montlcello ouietlvi to Central Kentucky. Hb wujj espe-e- d Grove Saturday. to another State to marry can not let, the Attorney (teeral ruled the Tho National Association was open- lessen tho burden of anxiety for Mrs. Mrs. Mo'.lie Ellis and son Edward, in 1904, under his direction, there claby strong as an advocate and was return to Wisconsin within a period Secretary of War aaa'not the comCouch and her daughter. one year unices ho presentB a mission should,. let the contract. The wore lees than 20 associations and retained in aonie of tho most imnor have ffono to Carrier MIL'b, 111., to of Bit by bit Sheriff Frank L. Kiaoe committees for the prevention of tu- - tant cases litigated in this part of spend tho Christmas holidays with and GeorKe L. Cook, county prose' physician's certificate. Intent to de- commissioners 'met't today to con- berculosis in the United States, and tn? State. Ho was equally well or her daughter, Mrs. Clarenco Patton fraud is punishable with Imprison sider asking new bfds, cutor, have brought out the story of The stork made a visit to the Miss of these not more than five were In better known In political circles, ment of from one to thirty years. Brance's yfe with Couch, iwhoser t way actively at iwork. Under though by no means a politician In home of Rev. and Mrs. Eli WesCey death she announced in so dramatic a. There has already ibeen much dis500 Lives Lost. ' Nov. 22, leaving them a baby girl. manner Sunday at the bomQ of Dr. cussion of tho now law by physicians, Sydney, Now 8o4th Wales, Dec. 22. Dr. Farrand's direction, tho scapo tne commonly accepted sense of the Mr. Vess Shown and family have of tho clergymen and social workers, in this movement word, and for the last forty years J. F. Curlette, brother-in-laof the incoming steanvrs brln terrlb' dedead attorney. Dr. Cureltte notified State. Many approve of it, while oth- tails of the recent volcanic eruptions has expanded until today there are no Kentucky Republican was better moved to Beda. Mr. and Mrs.- L. M. Ward and son. tuherpiiiiMiu sn. Known tnan ho . . s ers assert that it wlllwork no good. An fhn Talnnjf sfimtii-ltr- i the coroner and tho sheriff, and fha Tiv I over 1.200 snoclal 'eavo today for Owensboro to In 1876 ho made an unsuccessful rao Tho medical profession, however, ap- Hebrides group, In which' 500 natives ?,cUc? and In this coun. Joined with him in an effort l reaUves try alone, one or more In almost ev- - for Congress. From 1878 jto 1891 he pear ,to generally regard tho statute to keep the facts of the lawyer's doulost their lives. Witnesses of the . . . .. erv state, citv and town nfnnv nrrtm. W'as a member of thee Renubllcan i Mr. R. B. Steavens went to with favor. ble life from becoming the public j. Sun' growih in SUte Central Committee and chair-"J- f ,nunce' Th0 ' gossip of tho village. Tho law provides that any physiOllUm. Morgantown was an in 1887. In 1880 he ,was chair- cian, issuing a fa'so certlfcate shall eZeSi tbls tlM has al" B m dod It was duo to the discovery of (Che Mr. W. H. Parks last woman by " of the Republican State Conven-,"1- 6 .scattered and poorly equipped sana-.a- n be deprived of his lcense to practice, MdTof the isTnd the widow when she wa week- torla to nearly COO such Institutions tlon, and tho same year iwas a dele-- 'i led to explore a room In his office and any person disclosing the resi.t with a bed capacity of over 35,000 Saw to the Republican National Con- of an examination "by a physician her husband had always forblAtea and besides there are over 400 dls- - vention, and was one of the famous ABp HFIIfllNfl (IN her to enter that the story becM&e-knowt shall bo charged with a felony, and UNION HATTEHS ' upon conviction shafl be sentenced and the manner of the Ufe to last, While in for three years of (he voluntary from one to flvo years in tho penBIG SUM sis as against less' than 13 when no !'first to was adejegate-at-larg- e both 1884 and HUSXPAY CAMPAIGN PROMISES prisoner revealed. open air 'school or fresh air classes 188S W tq the itentiary.. The lav set froihOhat the, In 1903 but today there are over, 200, National , Convenlton or his party. 'Miss Bfance'"taM cost for medical examination shall bo the prosecutor, i i and the number Is growing dally. In 1894 Mr. Lowls defeated A. B. $3. to bo paid by tho applicant. that many years ago she lived At Free-Trade- rs Beginingto Doubt Goshen, N. Y but faots concerai&g f Fo(Iowlnr aro some opinions ex Danbury Barters Case Again De Ten years ago tuberculosis was lit- Montgomery for Congress, he being tle understood or feared by most peo- - the only Republican who. ever reprepressed by leading clergymen and her early life she withheld. AJter . Whether they Have Decreased cWejii' Favor of pie in the United States; today the sented jthe Fourth district. While he tfiysidans of .Milwaukee: much quesitonlnff she told of her Wtr educational campalen directed by was in Congress only one term, he "The- - statute to become effective in the little room opening, off Couch's Company. the Cost of Living. the National Association has permeat- - 'took high rank ahul was a member of offices, of how Bhe .never went out, in this State on January 1, 1014," ed every rank of society and the the Judiciary Committee. Four years except at night and then pnly' when . sild Dr. William Becker, a promow York. Dec. 19. The UnltedJ dangers and methods of prevention ago iir. Lewis was defeated by Judge inent physlcan, "which compos mala The Democratic national p.'atform she was sure no one wou3.d see her, candidates for matrimony to present States Court of Appeals yesterday de of this disease are even being taught I. H. Thurman for Circuit Judge of goes right (to tho bat on the "high and how she lived on Drovlsfam a certificate or physical and mental cided the famous Danbury Hatters in teh public schools of scores of this dlBtrict. tost Of livlns." alleses thnf It la brought to her by the lawyer as Mtes duo majnjy to the health, wou'd, theoretically, bo con- case In favor of D. . Lowe & Co., cities. Under Dr. Farrand's direc- . Jn 1877 he .was married to horrld Republican j throun lt-- u was happy because campaign Elizabeth Phillips, of Lebanon, and tarui and declares that no remedy is loved and was loved. ducive to tho betterment of mankind, plaintiff ,aml against tho United Hat- tion tho If both sexes were equally subjectters of NorJi America. The court in the United States hsa become the to this union one child was born, pcssiKe "until Import duties on tha She said she was 40 years old, had, organized move- Mrs. Fred Manget. ed to the Oaw. affirmed a (judgment in favor, of most thoroughly necessaries pf Bio are materially re- been a book agent, but stopped (there The body has' been tbrought to duced," which the Democrats prom- except to add that it was .while try-ment of its kind in the world. 'Viewed In tho light of a civil Loewe, and 'rijjstluit the ing to interest Couch in a book 15. Dr. Farrand's activities In public Kentucky for burial. coutract, both partjes entering Into ised to do quick. With latlest ad' cos the Judg- heafth work have not been limited the agreement should share, equally, Of the 477 paxes of $ho Democratic years ago that their friendship began. ' In bU responslbjltles as iwojl as in ment now,mouata to $272,000. At to tuberculosis. He has taken active Barbers Denounce the Mustache campaign handbook, of 1910 tho' first They met at frequent Interval aft; ail prevllgcs of the same. With tho the first trifil in 1908, the plaintiff ihut in iae aiiairs or ine American 176 pages are devoted Fad.io the ex- er (hat time, she said, until about In it a years affo, when they consiud-e- d man In possesion of a certified obtained a Judgment for $232,240. Sus- 'Vlfllllt UaaU). AaenAln4liN New York,' Dec. 22. Mustaches from ploitation of the alleged awful re- three h&ro, but In doubt as to tho woman's taining tho 'second judgment, Jude now movement for the control of that secret meetings that UKtad sults of the Republican .Tariff and an economic point of view were dis day at first cou!d be prolonged to Coxe declare! that It was no longer cancer, in the general Infant mormental and physical status, tho cussed by the boss barbers of Har- a description of the alorluos tlmos a tality, school hytUene, Bex hygiene, la lowered to tho of u debatable 'that tho anti-truof cheap living for everybody which a week, then weeks and finally to act (a lem at a meeting last night. The up living quarters fn she quaslchattal, and tho lesal maxim applicable lb such combinations as ana other national movements for fad of raising the upper lip. adorn- would arrive when a triumphant De- her taking I Improvement, and has been ments are alleged In the complaint;" and health of 'caveat emitter' becomes applicable. mocracy shafl have got in its work lawyer's office. was condemned and the recent When confronted by the widow et' "A considerable per cent of wx- - that th a:t made nq distinctions' particularly influential in the dinec- - royal' comment of the Kaiser that on tho Tju..f. OI "o newiy organiica public Woll, nien bent on marriage aro mentally) netwecn classes of oouibUTauons or,uon -- etnecrate got posses- the man .with whom she bad lived la Germans must not shave off Ithclr health activities of tho Association ph)sicaVy tainted. Js the wo- - Individuals r , .ho Democratic secret for so many years, Miss Braace mustaches and thereby become ef- sion of tje y, tor le Improvement of the Condl- - feminate, was , panis aptitude for marriage lees tmTho cour held that it had been Tariff has ...., .a legal force for begged for forgiveness, crying blamed for the waste "1 loved him, I loved him." olearly esU jljshtd that tho plaintiff Uons ot the Poor of Now York City. of jxwtant than that of tho man?" several weoks, wd has been practifour minutes the extra tlmo reHsc Brief at Couch's death was This was the opinion of tho Rev. was eogagua in an interstate busl- KeB v we university oi uoi- - quired, it was said to Bhave around cally effective since midsummer, and genuine, and the sheriff, who at H. O. Bcale, of tho Congregational nods and hat the defendants are rado with an acedemlc training as the edges ot a mustache. Instead of the, promised cheap tf first harbored suspicions concerning ( Church: members oi a trades union and af-- ! Professor of anthropology for a num- which we should have been years at Columbia University, flllatcd wlti tho American Federa-ue- r by this time there comes an her, was finally forced to admit that Flan to Reunite G. 0. P. Fac or this particular i'aw will ibe of any tlon of Law, "ono of the objects & a graduate of the College of Phy-o- f apparently wall from the there was no charge upon which she tions in Indianapolis. tlio lattr organization being to slclans and Surgeons of Mew York ,W"cat .advantage. Tho matter Is too seats of tbe mighty at Washington. could be held. Although her hair is w,t Bray and her face pal- I iigue and tho .possibility 'of ovaslon assist Its nembers in att 'Justlfl-- 1 u"y and of Princeton university. InuianapolJ8, Ind., Dec. 22. As a declaring that "Thanksgiving dinner 8treaked great. Besides, it conies peril able boycott and with tlkflhclal help result of a mcetlnff held last week, a thlS Vear WOS thn mnat nvnsmalvn lid from her enforced oonflnemeut. ously near to tho lino which separ In tho event' of a Btrlko or Kockout." committee consisting of five Repub- meal tho American peouiefuave eat- her voice is well modulated, and 'Ae For Sale or Rent. quality ot tone bespeaks evidence of ates individual freedom from social Alton B. Parker, Ksounsel for tlio licans and flvei Progressives was en" in many a long day. education and culture. defendants,-announcecontrol." that the case A store room next door to Bank apiolnted y And so' say we all of us. to consider means "There Ja illkely to be much ad- wouM probjbly be taken to tho of Hartford. Address Box 235, Hart- of reuniting the Republican and ProIt is fair to say that thn Domio. At the coutny Jail, Miss Urance 22t4. verse criticism of such a law," Bald Unlfd States Supremo Court for re- ford, Ky. gressive parties in this (Marlon) crats had Justification In precedent nas aemea nerecH l0- Wl auer8' ' Dr. Nellie Weufcworth CaiU, J'and view. thel- - prediction, for fcho Wilson Ing that 8ne aeala oar to be per-bj- tl, county. New Corn Moving in Western 1 would not be, surprised (to hoar of ot her k" which was then the latest Dem- - m,tted to leave tne No restrictions were p'accd on Itho 'orgotten. its early repeal. The man who is Assi ,ant ostousters Out of Civcommittee and It will be free- to re ocratlc effort In that line, had been and Kentucky. . clean will resont ft 'physical examinail Service. port any p'ans for unity It believes ad- Immediately followed by tho yery1 An autPBy performed upon the Paducah, Ky., Dec. 23. The corn that his tion; tho man who is unclean iwtll visable. The commlttea probably will lowest cost of Jiving that we had body of Couch w Washington, Doc. 20. All assistant shipping season has begun at Kevil, e. aeaui naa Deen auo to neart evade tho issue. experienced for many a year. postmasters, will be exempted from mako its report in January. La Center and Barlow and diirlns the Tho coroner's verdict was ac- '"The law In tteqlf is a. good ono the civil service under the When the oountrv hlfrt TuiH mnnrh e Following iha au- aeV"' and probably has the support of the Appropriation Bill completed to- iast few das it Js estimated that State Wide Sale of Xmas Seals. of H the restoration of a ReiMlic- body was aken to his late entire medical profession, ,aa well as day by tho House Committee on 200, carloads of corn have been shipAlmost 2000 agents have been ap- - an Protective Tariff was immediate-- . t0Psy ped from those points. Corn is bring-Iof other profesthe thlnk-peop.- e pointed for the sale ot tbe 2,000,000 ly "foVtowcd by an increase In the home at the request of the widow. and to ibe reported imfancy prices and the farmers, sions. Red Cross Christmas seals for dls-- 1 price of "necessities," to be sure, mediately after the holiday reeess. OsboTM-Forea"That the law may bo changed to The Democrats of the, committee vot- who have had (the grain stored for trlbution in almost all of the. towns and also by the eeneral ability to several months, are selling as rap of Mr. Frank Foreman, ot Harftord, I pay Is inevitable. The wo- ed to put into the measure' the increased price and Jay by the state. 90 per cent of the funds Include women a provis- idy as they can haiil and Miss Rose Osborne, Jackson, Ky iUftift? .roWT man infected In a previous' marriage ion, substantia lot ot money besides, similar fro the'rW kots. The cord andtobafloo seasons raised wW be used In may be a disease carrier and a in the SundryrC!vll Bill, under. vvWch j losls work In Kentucky. And this condition continued, al- - will be married at PinevUle tomorcoming at the vane tiuve bay. .. J I vii1' .jdlsease transmitter .without her know j........ coui.- - anu H.puvy ' arwa In Paducah, tho funds will be us- - though with the rising prices which row. The bride to be is a daughter gum m clrcu. ed and is a young lady, ignorant of the wo OWikou irwn vn wrvice. "Tied:. What men are for the maintenance of the Jack-- 1 inevitably accompany great prosuer- - of Judge . r, - ,-- fhla of M, possibility of them Infecting their soa. Hill '4ia&atorium. In Louisvrd. lty- -a prosperity which continued un of splendid accomplishments. Young The bill carries approximately $303,. was born and reared in mates? As- til the result of the election ot 1910 Foreman tbe LouLsvMe 000,000, a cut of about $3,000,000 from Hartford, a son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Joy EUeEids Fatally. "All the platitudes that rolht be the estimates submitted by tho Post sociation will admJniaur- - the re was apparent. la very popular LouUvtUe, Ky,, Dec. 23. The bodi ceipts for the support of their own written upon by 'rounders' and The. effects of the Democratic Tar- P. Foreman, and ' office Department. It will not be objected vnl nni fullv -- rr iff - nji , nnTremt. Wa here. He has the- goad wishes of a ies of Louis M. Wakefield of Shelby-Vlll- e, work. In Owensboro, Fninl.fort, Lex- - .... Hall.ay Excirsiot RaH to by men of oJean lives, nor by Ky., and Robert Oaltatln of lngton, and Covlagton, the iprocecds should begin to understand, the sltu-w- host of old friends and school rnaUs In Hartford. ''parents of marriageable daughters." During the Hdldaji the L'ft N., York, Pa., were found this morning be used for the tupoil ot visit- - atloa about next mldfuxamer. 1 is, Cronvn said: win sell ticket at one and one-thi- on. the bank of a small stream In the Ing nursing organizations. In improbable that the country will ke Dr. William J. Habitual Constipation and all llyvr - them any betu-- r "I believe it la a wise and saluthan it llkvd he troubles can be cured by uswg fare plus 26c for round trip. suburb of Louisville, where their derson, the consuiMiitlvu poor vv -Urigsby's Minimum fare lip. tary law. automobile dashed through a bridge celve rrmr In fwxi or closing, in results of the Turiif ot Wi, Ask J.. M. Wllllaws, Hartford. Ky. Mason "and " (rouutks, the Fran Cisco Ckrutu;.f II. B. MJSCHKB. ABt. "If rigidly enforced, It will go far last alsht, planing them .fast. lD.5r. U JN SECRET ry 4: T "" lu"i, (Dc-"- s c.Sa ' -- al-a- ny w - llMrJLtihS SoesSrn2 dm m ... "" ar. those-official- '" hatters'tr-ganlzatioar.fG2.13- 0. iwo-m- o st -- t. pite-ousl- " - lkv-in- ' to-da- '-f- or f I0 - ou-eas- Post-offic- S11 n; Post-offic- a. r V' .,, n.' ' u ..,, - n) Ui' r-- ,fr r wling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY. The students who went to positions in July and August will earn $60,000 in their first year after leaving school, and this is almost $50,000 more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six. A course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, StenotypV, Telegraphy, Railroad Acthey multiplied their earning-powe- r I counting, English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. ( Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, MANY POISONING WOODS cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. ' A CHAIN OF FAME. 15 years,and believe him perfectly honorable In all The Barrier Washington Erected No Primaries For Her. business transactions and financially Across the Hudson. "Are you going to the primaries toSome Trees Are Dangerous and ablo to carry out any obligations night. Ethellnda?" asked thu husband made by his firm. of his ftuiTragette wife. Cause Severe Skin Walding, Klnnan & .Marvin, Whole ARNOLD REMOVED ONE LINK. "Indeed am not!" replied the lady. Druggists, Toledo, O. sale "Do you suppose that after I have atEruptions. in- Halls Catarrh Cure is taken tended the postgraduate courses In poiternally, acting directly upon the Still the Monster Cable, In Spite of the litical science for two years I'm going Traitor's Act, Served Its Purpose and to waste my time on those primary blood and mucous surfaces of the sysKettles, poison ivy and poison su- tem. Testimonials sent free. Blocked the Progress of the British classes? I guess not! They're good Price enough for you men. but we women Ships Up the River. mac are by no means the only plants 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drughave progressed beyond that!" Harwh'icli hac a poisonous effect on gists. Souirwliere In the bed of the Hudson the human skin. Poisonous substance Take Hall's Family Pills for con- river Just off if West Point lies burled per's Weekly. m the larger part uf n great Irou chain, exist in many trees, and even after stipation, Two Failures. they have been cut anil sawed a one of several ordered by Geni'rul "I married for beauty nlone." .nld quantity of the poison remains Washington during the Revolution to presumably happy benedict to nn old be constructed to prevent the enemy a in the lumber so that workmen who "And yet you remind me of a FOR FLETCHER'S from ascending certain rivers to ac- chum Infection. handle it are liable to friend of mine who married for monI complish strategic points of vantage. Amber wood is impregnated with a' ey." was the rejoinder "How's that?" The British were making- - strenuous "He didn't get It." poison, according to Dr. said the chum efforts to get bold of the Hudson In Master Commisioner's Sale. JHiia Graf, who has been investvrder to keep free communication with Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. igates the subject for the German Canada by the additional channels of The R. Duke, PlainUff, Uttanical Society. the St. Ijiwrenee mid Luke Ch.impkiin. pw preservation of health n a duty seem conscious that there Is such Two diflerent kinds of wood are and rfu it was determined to obstruct a vs. thing as physical morality. Spencer. the Uudsou by a great chain crossing included under the term amberwood Ex parte. Defendant. By virtue of a judgment and or- from Fort Montgomery to Anthouy's the genuine East Indian or AsiaHE WAS A GOOD SOLDIER. or amberwood. The tw- der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Nose. tic But this was a failure. The chain appear Court, rendered at the October term, ain .iuite different in external 'parted within a week after ft had been And His Loss Was Deplored by Pas! ancc. Nestler succeeded In extract-J- n 1913, In the above cause for the di- stretched, I., the Half Mad Czar. and. although subsequently only from vision of proceeds and costs herethe active substance In Waleszcw-skilife of Paul I., the raised and again placed, it was deflio latter. This is a stcarlnllke sub- in I will offer for sale by Public stroyed by the British. hair mud sou of Catherine the Great. stance soluble only In ether. A small Auction at the court house door in Finally Washington decided to forge occurs the following anecdote Illustraquantity of it raced in contact with Hartford on Monda, the 5th day of another nud obstruct the river, between tive of the workings of the disorganthe skin of the underarm. In the cour January, 1914, about 1 o'clock p. m. West Point and Constitution Island, for ized mind. It seems Hint lu u reKrt or about live hours produced a tense-J- y upon a credit of six and twelve here there was an abrupt change of mi military affairs submitted to the swollen yellowish bister surround- months the following described prop-er- t, course, and a heavy tide reduced the Emperor Paul the tiiuil syllable klj of or ensign speed of any ship encountering it. Be- the Kussiaii word for towit: ed by a red area of inflammation. sides, the channel was 300 feet narrow- was carried over from one page to anbursting of tin blister an A certain tract or parcel of land AfitT the er at this crossing. other. uli-u- r remained, which required four being and lying In Ohio county and The forging of a chain such as wan The emperor took It for a proper wwcktf to heal. 3tate of Kentucky on the waters contemplated was then no small under- name. aud. moved by a m price, he Vfcat Is kuown as "cocobolo" wood of Rough creek and bounded as fol- taking. Bequests weie secretly sent gave orders that Ensign KIJ should be Beginning at a su?ar tree, to various iron companies, aud among promoted to the rank of lieutenant. coikUIiis a poisonous substance eas- - lows: .soliililo fu alcohol and benzol, ess so beech, mulberry and ash beginning the bids the most favorable came from He saw tin expression of embarrass, in water. It is apparently anoth-!i:- corner to No. 11; thence N. 50, V the Sterling Iron works, situated In uieiit and dlsapixilntmeiit on the faces oil. The placing of fine saw-du- tt 00 poles to a black gum, 2 hlckor- one of the must beautiful regions of of the stun, who did not (hire to exor this wood on the moist skin ,es and sourwood, S. W. corner to the east, now withfn the fashionable plain his error: so the next day he pro domains of Tuxedo Park. oiotcd the lieutenant of the day becauses first a violent smarting. So. 11; thence S. 23 V. 170 poles to It was originally organized by Lord fore to the rank or captain and some spots or pimples J beeches in Berryman's line; thence Sterling in 1751, a well knowu otllccr days later to this, red that or colonel, demandaccompanied by redness and X. 74 E. 135 poles to the begin- lu the Revolutionary army, and con- ing that the olllcer should be presentor that part of skin, ning, containing 106 acres, be same tinued iu operation for more than a ed to him at once. There was conThe offices by sca',!nif. more or less. BeinK same land deedhundred years, meanwhile passing iuto sternation everywhere. Uiiollar phenomena are caused by ed John Davis Duke and Mary C the possession of Abel Noble, who were turned upside down In search of but Duke by Washington Duke and wife, married a niece of Peter Townsend the imaginary KIJ. the plan Cortusa Alatthloll, A subaltern of the name or somestronger, since blisters recorded in deed book 11, page 220, and who now In association with the they are even latter increased the rapacity of the thing like It was round In one of the jut- produced. Touching the plants Ohio County Clerk's office. . works which eventually came into the regiments quartered on the Dou. He cause Irritation, and 1h enough to interAlso an undivided one-haentire possession of Peter Townsend. was sent (or, hut Paul grew Impathe infection may be transmitted to est in all the oil and gas underlying u .patriot aud tilled with the spirit of tient, aud lu the end he bud to be told oUtur "tsoiis by hands so infected, the same. Said Commissioner will of- the time. that KIJ had been carried off suddenHe anally obtained a few Welsh min- ly by a stroke. fer said oil and gas rights and land flu bearers of the irritating "That Is n pity." observed the czar. for sale together and will sell said ers from Pennsylvania for the heavy in this case are gJand-hairin bundling in the forging and a number "He was a good soldier." as In the case of the primrose. This land and one undivided one-ha- lf a crystallzablo sap terest In and to the oil and gas of meu from Connecticut with their is nuhrtanco ox teams to do the hauling, and when Tariff Results in Mill Towns. which can bo oxtracted trom gland-liair- thereunder as a whole. the chain was ready it was drawn purchaser will be required over the rough mountainous roads and The Tho editor of a newspaper pubTii sawdust of the Mexican b'.ue-,'ni- ii to execute bond with approved se- through forests that bad to be pur- lished at Bristol, Pa., has given his curity Immediately after sale. is harmful when the skin is posely cut in many places and so on readers a graphic statement of tho sensitive from some other This 12 day of Nov. 1913. to New Windsor, the nearest river Tariff upon the Indus- i effect of tho 22tD. uaut-e- . A workliignian who was point, unu toweu to wesi roiut E. E. BirtKHEAD, was n strenuous undertaking from tries' In his town. He does not argue It and who froiu tuborcu :s!s, Master Commissioner. the very start. Each link weighed 300 tho TarUr questlon from a theorotl-pouud- s. latrr died from it, war attacked,af-e- r Harnett & Woodward, Attj's. was two feet In length aud iipUttlng this lumber, by an erup-Mn- n but aa bluntly two and a quarter Inches square, and cal standpoint, of the underarm which forced Croup and Cough Remedy. each 100 feet was secured by a swivel, that the Underwood bill already htm to Btop work. Others who did Croup Is a terrible disease, It at- - a twisting link, and at every thousand ua3 aftccted Bristol's mill Interests. .similar labor for years had no tacks children so suddenly they are fwt there w,,s a cU'vls- The whole Uv tjl0 firat or tho year, when tho in 'his cabo the tuberculosis very apt to choko unless given tho ui iui wewuH. ,ci io..s. ' now textile schedules go Into effect. was stretched across from West Point .. indications or the havoc uaj havo created the disposition. proper remedy at once. There Is to Constitution Island It was buoyed he 8a'8' As a rtbult of his Investigation, nothing lwtter In the world than Dr. up by large sixteen foot logs, uml tno wu wl work ar0 8uro to bo W f)i. IVraf unto a'l cabinetmakers who King's Now Discovery. I.owls Cham In held In place by 1'arent to overone. work Jn satlnwwod, tttid gardeners berlain, of Manchester, Ohio, writes these were ' turn Shorter hours wt! mean Vss pay tho anchors. who t'row polhonous plants, to pro-'ic- j. about his children: "Sometimes In The British made uo specltle Jittael; and the merchant will bu hit hard their hands, urms and head from severe attacks we were at raid they on this then invincible obstacle, for It because collections 'W.l'l bo more dlf- .I.......4 ni.t.mt ultli .In. it'rirjl ui Vl'.llisf" " .' r7 i0I,Ber credit must be elven would die. but sinco wo proed what must be remembered that lu those- ftcujt .. ilo t0.w thu was no dynamite nor tor- ,. w.r New days thvre ' '? S..S" . A. a T Dr. Kind's the enemy's prows merchant, haberdasher, butch6r and and "" ." ' r ."' ' lcov4ry Is. we have no fear. We pedoes, Imv-- none of tliulr ivnv "7,' ,.' imulifwl u'niilil rfkin, the sufferer should grocer what thoy already know and relyonltror croup.coughs and colds." such" a barrier. atUntJon or u dermatologist. 'So can you. CUc and $1.00. A bottle Although the British did not sjicceed fear that tho question which fooms lt aw. w.i. '""""' """ should bo in ovory home, At all In passing the big Hudson river cbulu. up largo upon tho horizon is tho poking might t from ho prox- - D htBi H E IJuckleIl & Cont tho American traitor Arnold giive it pay onvo'ope. Tho goods made abroad unity or surname, oven i tlw plant his particular attention and removed umj 80ld hero displace Just so much ra wne mk touched, but Dr. (Iraf denies n link of It under the pretense of tiuv- - or th domestic products. Tho money .. iiiK It repaired for wunkucsn ut a uu.ir-b'lits. A visitor to tho Berlin Botan-- j paid' 'for- - goods made here goes For Sale. Htnlthy. lie wrote to. Major Andre ical Hardens recently brought uult abroad and never conies back. Thu Sot damages for injuries which ho , Good farm In Ohio county" near that It would not he- copluml until tho money paid for goods made hm-torts were surrendered to tho Urltlsh. alleged ho had suffcml on account Bametts Creak church, containing Itut souuhow thu cbulu stood for Its goes to tho American wage earner ol )m near proximity to a poisonous 120 acres, all In cultivation except purpose, uud Sir Henry Clinton did and by him Is paid for jivlri.. exdwelling, barn sumac, which is on cxebjtlon In the 5 acres. Good penses to the local merchant, . not nttempt to relieve lliircoyim. in good repair. gardens. Hut the suit was lost for aud all TurU or this celebrated chult nn to tho directors of the gardens proved Well watered and In tho oil belt. For be seen auioii various historical cuQuit Calomel; It is dangerous. Try tmUuulvcly that for polbonlng to oocu terms, and particulars apply at this rios of prominent vocletles. A number Grlgsby's that vege of yours iiko Mayor Hewitt uf New Uio plant must bo 'Injured and the office. BAUNETT & SON, Agents. York, thcu tbe owner or u mine near table liver syrup guaranteed to probrought into direct contaot 17tf. portion the Sterling properties, became Inter-e- n duce even better results than calowith the-skited In tHidlnK out the whereabout of mel. It Is absolutely harmless aud tbe remaining' 'portions or the chain. A pleasant to tako. Any child can take How's This. In rue part of It Ilea at the bottom of It with safety. Ask J. II. Williams. FOR FLETCHER'S We offer One Hundred Dollars 111'- -' the river, about thirty ton were In Hartford, Ky. Il)2y for any castj of Catarrh laat aid ARE FOUND J. Cheney for the last various possessions, and nt West Point there arc thirteen links, and a staple placed near the spot where the chain was anchored and a plate tells of the date n ml place of forging. Boston Herald. 1 Mrll Dili you as much i Fortifv Your Fertilizer ee 'your 1 fertilltrr draler and arrange to buy fcitiliitr containing at leajt suf-Ilok- nt Children Cry CASTOR A ai I'hmphofic Acid ? That it the real kind that payi you and the dealer. did not, j on should at once ask your dealer to carry I'Uash Salts to that you may Increase the Potash in the ordinary brtndt. To Increase the Potash I percent, add 40 pounHi Muriate or Sulphate of Potash to a ton of goods. A bag will increase; the Polish of a ton 5 percent. I ty It once ami see how Potash Pays. tfyour Healer will ml carry Potash Sallt nn ul for Pneiu Wt willttll amy quantity from tnt .Wwuwrf bag up. GERMAN KAU WORKS, Inc, 42 Brcdwy, New York d POTASH Cfclcico. llcCormUt tlocfc 5n ItiWKo. NewOrlnni. Wbimer Ctnml Rink SIJj. Zi Cililurtii. iimt Mi.nn.U. Bank Ailinu. Empire DU. TraM BMf . Starck Pianos No Money iuAdvauco Satinfao (Ion Guar s nteed LovrcriiNet Priced Terniu P Fact orjr Eai Saving ol SI Oil to S2IIO Frcm Fn tory Direct it A P. A. STARCK MCIIOENT U -- Fol-Jowi- ap-pts- OWN HOME We will ship ou a eautlful Starck Tlano for HO days' free trial. In your required. All wo ask home. I'o cash payment! that you will pluy upon, use and test this pUno for 30 pays. If, at tho end cf that time, you do not find It the highest Rrade, sweetest ttied and finest piano In every way, that you havo ever Keen for the money, you am at perfrct liberty to send It back, uml wo will. In that event, pas- - the frelcht boti ways. This Starck 1'luno must make rood with you. or, mere is np saie, on uHig cdcc tdiii u njivc rntt iniHk j Save $150.00 in your jd We thlp direct to ou from pur f it tnnr, prices that save you upwards of S150.0 In tbe cost of your piano. Wo guimtee i fnrnhli you a better piano for the monef Jhin jtwi nfciire eliewliere. You are mured of ttv i inif a ntlifictory tweet toned durable hlirli Rrade trMirt ,t Eity Paymints piano. ) manufacturer. These terms are i nmced to euit your oxirrnliixv, -- nd It i possible for a pliuo for your home, tithout )iiij to ud.ftri; t'i mom)-- . , , You pay no rash down, but alttr 30 dsys of trial, you can begin luyrnrnt on the low. est, easiest terms ever sucgeittd lv a plsno - lf sub-tai.- Krery Starck Tlsno It piaranteed for ZS years. ThU guarantee has back ol it our 35 years of piano experience, and the reputation of nn responsible piano bouse. j 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains ta'.rn In M'e Starei Pianos The follow. icy sample bargains 1 Playtr-Plan- os We and Hitnid lulid pUnos of sH hate cniunlly on hsnl uinta-of iliihtly used 1 tinLril itulr s. 60 Frit Muth LtSSCHS To every purchaser of Starck I'lsnos, we ein; (red mutlo lessons, in ow of the best known schools in Chicago. These lessons you ran take In your own home., by mall. This represents one year's free instruction. ind I'l Inff ari' i.r .1 IVcbsr steinway ;hlckerlne imball tarck $110.00 92.00 are fit.inl: rlajtr-l'iai.u- s the h nt an 1 niot leuutl-fu- l I'liyer Pianos on the II1 bo You trurl.ft. with the ninny fiatures of these wundcTful instniiiidils, and will li" pleased with the very low prices ut which thry cm lio srttire. 0003 93.00 193.00 Piano Dooh Fraa Sr.d todav fnr oir new hcautifully illustrated piano took which gives you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. k Send for our latest complete iccond band bargain list. suf-Jijjii- s; P. A. STARCK PIA . CO,. 1343 Starck Bids)., CHICAGO ,,v . y Jit KtmlnttOH Cab finJ tht - """","" "T "l 'r - rr"r" -- aa ... tlii-nni'- ... " I y - mSMW i x '&m rTHaw v, 1 AUTOLOADING SHOTGUNS .. maatWaBBBaw ' .' t'VV 'MjggJ" g- II 'ML yitVi Llv-Ver-I- way you" look at it, the Autoloader Is the development in modern shotgun I. nflta hvA InArta vnitf niasknaal k merely Dreaaina the trisaer. It outs the recall to ustful woflfc to eject the empty and slip in tho fresh shelf. It saves the gunner's shoulder rids his sport of annoyances increases his shooting average. Your danger, is that in your enthusiasm over the autoloading principle, you may forget to insist oa getting the finest embodiment of that principle tho (emlnflon-UMAutoloading Shotgun. . ANY 1. . .. , S r4 n. Children Cry vTha peculiar aJvanUs of the Remlnston-UMaxe too What you want to do is to get one, lnany to detail si the Reminston.UMC dealers in this ebon to daman-W- at them to you on the sua itself , hr. n t - CASTORIA Wt Broadnsr fUsaiaitoa Arras-Unio- II Mstsllio Csrtridsje rwYi Co. j DINING F.BW.W. SMITH, ON SHIFboARQ. WOMEN ON (MMJi tt II. D PAYNE, Sec and HORSEBACK." Trea. J. 8. LBACH, Manager. f .AMD A3 Different Now From What It Wat Whan Dickens Visited Us. When Dickons wiinu over to America Rome seventy odd jviirs njro there wns one law liihle In the dlnhiK niom for tlii! pasvuiiKcrs. The HrHt olllrer s:it nt the lieml. inrvlnc the turkey with nil the KiMie he eoiild vutiitnaiiil between lurches of the piml ship, trusting to I'rovhl. .ire tlint the gravy would not jlop over The piixMciiRers sent their plntcs iilniit: tliu' Hue mid waited for WHY NOT MAKE $200. A MONTH - - That's their helping Today the (lining room of a. Inrge ililp looki like the (lliilns; room of a line hotel. It is Jut ns exquisitely np pointed and has every good thing to ?at Hint can tie found on land. In fact, one of the new nhlps has n restaurant named after n famous one In New York, and the two keep In touch hy wireless so tli.it the menus, day by day. are the xiiiiic. Think of hnvlng your dinner arranged liy wireless your macaroni by Marconi! The dining room Is divided up Into n number of hiiimII trillion, so that you can have your own party, with only half a iloj'i'ii of you, with your own waiter, instead of sitting at n long table and passing your plate, ns Dickens did. cold storage has done more than any other one thing to make life on the ocean wiao one long round of Joy. Cold storage glvis you the best In the world to eat and every day of tho year A woild traveler was telling me the other day that he had eaten grapefruit every morning all around the world. The 'ship on which bo sailed put In a large amount of Ice cream made In New York, and 110 days later, when he arrived In San Francisco, ho was still eating Nqw York Ice cream. They Cut a Queer Figure Before Sidesaddles Were Invented. Refore Queen Catherine de' Medici started the fashion of xldosaddlea by having a board slung on the left shlu of her hoisu to iippnrt her feet nil poor woiiien rode on a pllllnti behind n man. All women of the better class -ode astride. A Indy to prepare for riding bent forward and took hold of the lower hem of the back of her dress skirt, drew It through between her legs hurt wrapped her shirts around her legs down to her knies, then folded the - $50.00 a Week, almost SIO.00 a Pay Eolllnir Victor Safei and Imr.i to merchant!, doctor, Inujrr. dentUts unit otas.ifo, liiitilo not know liowrnyltlBtoown i mi.Tn.mu oi.e. Halesnien declare oar proposition one of the lxit, clean-ou- t opiorttinl-tie- s ever reuelpd. Without prr lona cxihtI-rac- e YOU can duplicate the mlcrrta of otlicrn. Our lianrltonirly Illustrated catalog wl I cnaliu Ou to present th ntl'jpct locus- luiat-in ns iiurri'suiiK n manner an motion yon were piloting them through our factory. Mea appointed ns ni, it.. flJctmen reifciw ndviee and Instrtiellona for aelllni? ronvliirlnct trntlrg points which It la impoll.lc for a prospective, ouftomer to deny. t YOU t the lirst to apply from your vicinity before eomcone clio gets tho terrltortt (lro-nrn- jEBuy money-makin- g e (. .. WfiT-cl- oa MM u,lt WMIJ VI. i. EM.V.U.n.. VUW Ul VUV1. 1W.UI11JT. The development of the wonders of I tf . H H H j':iJaaja v & I ... -- ' ' : -- - iHwpiq ; ""- .TaTiuMMMlMKhk:- isMssssw Vnm'ristv---. j I. .tt . fl:lrf5ffir?-r?- r Si -- UrST 'SW ajrfaisaiK'fi&f - !J . ?rtiMfc&rffi,-'-- Harold Christie In Leslie's. of her skirts across the front of her person. Then she drew on n pair of large trousers, the legs of which ended Just below the knees, where they were sewed to the tops of n pair of clumsy riding boots. The upper part of the trousers was open In front, nnd the (laps folded across the person oud by a band around the walt A hood was worn on the head, and a mask .protected the face from sun and hvather: She rode on1 a man's saddle mil wore spurs and carried a quirt irldlng whlpi looped on the right wrist. The same style and kind of quirt Is now used hy our western cowboys and plains Indians and was formerly carried by the Cossacks. A lady In riding costume, whether on foot or on horseback, was anything but n graceful llgurc. Our rode on sidesaddles, but their rode astride If they belonged ' tojho gentry class. Our plains Indian women, even when they changed their buckskin skirts that came to the knee und their buckskin leggings for the long calico skirt of white women, always rode astride. Washington Post d ret The 2.1th nnnlvemiryoroir company um celebrated Tif creeling tho most modern factory In tho world. Wideawake men who recelred our apeclal selling Inducement, rendered ltiicreRary lodoulila e lire spending our output. many thousands of dollars our Bales organization, but to learn nil particular. It will cot yon only the price aZ a postal card. Ask for Catalogue 16T. THE VICTOR SAFE & LOCK CO., Our Ntw Home. Capacity 20,000 Sates Annually. CIKCiliiUTI, GHiQ Collier's The HAVE YOUR SUITS ft National , Weekly Q First Time Until this year Collier's has been r Cleaned in Clubs told at $5.50. Now the price is $2.50 and uehae secured a concession w hereby vie can offer it at a still further reduction in with this publication. i Pressed I &W?C.'"rtJ ag: 7iff 'M' ' ROBING THE BRIDE. Early Saxon Customs and the Advent of the Flowing Veil. In the old days, as now, the bride THEY DIDN'T MIND DIRT. UJTATP Jf' - Ttt.yw In the Days When Clothe Were Dyed, Special Offer to Oar Readers Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and special attention. Repairing and Dye ing neatly done. Ladies work given THE E. W. SMITH GO. Incorporated. Owensboro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Window Shade?, Matting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrfgerators shown in large, varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. Pay The Freight. MsntlonThe Republican) We I 4vrvvvv h 'jj V" generally dressed In white. From early Saxon times dowu to the eighteenth century a bride of the poorer classes came to the wedding arrayed In n plain white robe as a public warning that since she brought nothing to the mar-- i Inge her husband was not responsible for her debts. Hrtdes soon began to add Rome touch of color, lllue was for constancy and green for youth, but In some places these might not be used because of feuds between families having Yellow these tints In their liveries. might not be worn, ns It stood for Jealousy; golden might not. as It meant avarice. bride went to the The Anglo-Saxowedding with her hair hanging loose ns n sign of freedom, but upon reaching her new house Immediately bound it up as n Mgu of submission. In the dny of Shakespeare the veil began to take the place of the flowing tresses, but this, however, was not original with the British, for centuries earlier the Roman and Hebrew brides had worn yellow veils, while the early Christians of southern Europe bad enveloped both man nnd wife lu oue large cloth. ' Whatever was lacking, howevpr. In gorgeousness of dress waycompensat-e- d among all the nations by the profusion of flowers chosen for tbelr significance. Uncle Remus' Magazine, llt-Mn To The Readers Of The Republican Many of you do your shopping with Levys, of Owensboro. Those of you who do appreciate the values they constantly give and have always found them just in every dealing To those who do not know us we can merely say, that we give the most value we can for the least money' and. strive to please you from every point of view. I t it ask your business only on the point of meriting your confidence through good We treatment Just at present we are conducting a sale on Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Hats and this will offer you an opportunity to 'test the Levy values while the price Barrier is down. Our slogan is well kiown and true, read every ad that appears above I wlllsiroly itthei you If Pays. 4 ,t Get The LEVY HABIT. Witchcraft. In many parts of tho world Greece, for Instance the believer in witchcraft still gets hold, by hook or by crook, of hair, nail pariugs and so forth from an enemy's Jiend nnd hands nnd burns. biules or does something else with them In order to entail unpleasant consequences upon that enemy. And universal folklore reveals the concern of savages to dispose of their own hair Australia Still Unexplored. and nail clippings to prevent nn enemy It Is curious to realize that vast parts of the British empire havo from getting at them. Australian native girls, having bad a lock of hair never been seen by British eyes or Rational Love. "The rational rather than tho ro- stolen from them, expected spoedy the eyeb of any white man. Nearly London Telea quarter of Australia Is still unexmantic view of marriage Is the oue death as a certainty. plored, mainly In the west, where tho most lu favor with the young people graph. population averages only ono person, of the twentieth century." said a well -y twenty miles. I Virtues of the Nurse. known eugenics expert In an address Sir William Osier In a lecture at In Cleveland.. 'The rational view will make for hap- Johns Hopkins training school named Constipation Polso s You, pier marriages. And this' rational view the seven virtues of the nurso: "Tact, If you aro constipated, your entire is beautifully Illustrated In two que- without which no woman can bo sucprotection stionsa little dlnlpgtie running thus: cessful and her chief tidiness, it In the system is poisoned by tho waste matbeing ter kept In the body serious results mechanism of life; "AVIll you always love me?" the primary duty of a woman to look often follow. Use Dr. King's New "Will you always be lovable?'" well: taciturnity, which should bo cul- Life Pills and you wUl soon got rid New York Trllniue. tivated as gift: sympathy, gentleness, of constipation, headache and other the birthright of n nurse; cheerfulness Antiquity of the Census. 25c at DruBglsta or by greatest of troubles. The Idea of the census Is almost as nd charity, the Inht and mall H. E. Bucklcn & Co., Philadelall." old as history itself. King Amasls of m. phia and St. Louts. Egypt took a census of his people 000 Vague. years before Christ The Athenian n exactly know how to take "I Visual as Wall ai Vocal. established n census for the pur- the didn't this monilug," sold the missis "His language was terrible; I never pose of facilitating taxation. We learn lady's maid to the cook. aw worse," said a policeman ak B. C. Servlus Julius that about "What did she say?" Bridgend, England. 'took n census of Rome, During the "When I remarked that I was afraid chaos of the dark ages the census her complexion could not be Improved redropped Into oblivion, 'but was tmat Grigsby'a by cold cream she told me I needn't vived again about the beginning of the tub It In." Baltimore American. liver syrup, has displaced flghteeiith century. calomel In nearly every home. Good Moat of Them Oc. and children alike. Ask for grown-up- s Discretion. lD2y "It ouly, needs deterniluatloti to live J. H. Williams, Hartford, Ky. "Now. Mike, you must forgive your hundred yearn." says a well known enemies" lea'lth writer. A great many people -- "UgJ!" Way of Woman. hare determined to live a century or you .object to that?" "Do No woman cars to face aa eoasr die In Ibe attempt and they have died "Not altogether. There' some of gsney without first powdering btf nttewpt New Orleans ttsQfskssI 'em I might as well forgive. I ain't In the big enough to. lck 'em." Louisville 11 so-Io-CoOrler-JourniiL,, Hsreulaneum and Pompeii. Pompeii was burled In ashes or light scoria, while llerculiineuin was entombed In lava, which, lifter cooling, hardened Into a material of the consistency of marble, und we thus have the explanation of the fact that while the first city has long been unearthed the lntter Is still largely covered with Its ancient lava shroud. Kxcavatlous are constantly going on at Herculane-um- . uiid the work will In all probability continue to the finish, but it is not likely that any especially Important "III accrue, since the life of the two cities wns practically the same. New York American. , but Never Washed. In the matter of the washing of clothes, not to say the washing of themselves, our ancestors were a trifle lax. The laundress of the twelfth century must have held n position which was practically a sinecure, while It seems within the bounds of possibility that in those days she did not exist at nil. There were, lnsooth, few garments which would stand washing, und the dyer was driving a brisk trade before tho laundress wns even thought of. A little dye must Indeed have covered a multitude of spots. In the days of the Tudnrs and Stuarts washing was a trifle more In evidence than formerly, but those articles which were permitted to find their way Into the "buck pan" as the washing tub used to be called were few nnd far between. The wealthy of the middle ages got over the difficulty of obtaining clean underclothing with primitive simplicity by not wearing any. while tho lower orders wore coarse woolen garments that would no doubt-hnv"shrunk In the wash." To prevent any casualty of the kind they remained unwashed. Velvets, taffetas and richly dyed silks, such us those worn by the nobility nnd gentry, could not of course, be washed, nnd should any person of high degree be the possessor of a linen shirt It was a thing which was carefully made known to all his friends and relatives as being extremely la mode and a fit subject for congratulation, but washed it never was for fear of injuring its pristine beauty. London Tatler. e delivered. month. ltccocnizinc the (treat demand for Colliti't at the new price, tehae made arransements to ilTcr it and our nwn publication each pne jear for the price of CoViVr'ialonr. This is a limited uffcr and must betaken ad vantaceof promptly. Club rate $1.00 per What You Get jn Collier's lie. independent, (carters weekly of the whole country. Not only is it the Good citizen's handbook hut it is alio a CoUin'i Is the one Hartford Pressing M, GUXTHKR BLDO.,CENTEIt ST. magazine for the hole family. Amone the things that a scar's subscription elves arei 1000 Editorial 600 N.w! Photo 250 Short Articles 150 Short Stories 100 llluitrated Features 2 CompUt NotcU Botifrr hIy HARTFORD, KY. ""r Collier's Hartford $2.50 Republican $2.50 Bnckbec'a "Full of Life" Northern Grotm Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of jSyearatjl Successful seed rowing behind them. It pay ta' , Slant the best. 1 Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Red Valentine . . ,. Refugee Extra Early New Stringless Crun Pod . Ward well's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New While Wax . . Currit'o Rnt rroof Wax . SEEDS BBAN8 PBA , 8ome Profit. A handful of raw pig iron, weighing about five pounds, is worth, five cents. From it 60 table-knifblades can ba made, of a value of $16. Converted Into steel watch springs, there can be about 110,200 of those tiny colls made from it. They sell for $ 1.75 a dozen, which would bring the neat sum of $16,070.83 for the five cents' worth of raw metal. Browning's Magazine, Jj.jo Strsta- . - Jj.50 Bushd New Early Gradus Jj 50 Bushel j Horaford's Market Garden . fj.50 Bushel Buckbcc's Lightning Express fc.00 Bosket leth.ee. RtdUfc. Tout and a fall line s seeds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing priceav. Send (or complete catalogue or subastt rour requirements end wllijouotevrrce. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. Extra Early Alaska ... .... JJ.ToBushd Bushel, 14.73 Bushel $1.30 Basnet jj.aj Busbd i f. I a sik Mv W. BUCKBEE Stomach Troubles Disappear. lsapK(btSt., ttKkfwaSatwftrau. BKkfenl.1 Stomach, liver and kidney troubles, weak nerves, lame back and female ills disappear when Electric Bitters aro used. Thousands of women woul not bo without a bottle in their home. Eliza Pool of Depow, Okla., writes: "Electric Bitters raised me from a bed of sickness and suffering and has done me a world of good. I wish every suffering woman could use this excellent remedy and find out, as I did, just how eood it Is." As it has helped thousands of .others, It surely will do the samo for you. Every bottlo guaranteed, 30c and $1. At all Druggists. H. E. Btickleu & m Co., Philadelphia, or St. Louis. KILLthcCOUCH and CURE the LUNGS 9' n! at DrKNfs Now Disc FOR AND ALL THROAT AND ' " WOLDS OUCH8 frlsl stetfee FrMl LUNGTR0USLE. f aJi l&Mi'mi Mf i I! GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOKi w1 OB MONEY XEFUNDED. USE LIV-VER-L- AX For Lazy Liver and tke Troubles o Constipation. Feel right all tho time. Don't lay ofE from work for days by taking calomel keeps you when pleasant on your feet, whilorellovingyour trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Dent take anything else. You can't afford, sysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nattem and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions,, sere in its effect and certain in rcsullsi. It will won't bo lone: before Ii- completely displace calomel in every home. Children can take it freely and with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. without the likeness and sina. turo of L. K. Grtesby, For salo by J. H. WILLIAMS,'- - HsrUord Ky. Vfox Nor.o-genuin- Electric la v Oeod. - i. ;,i -. i .' f . T It hi a good plan white waiting for The. Usual Way. your ship to come fit to klU'tiifte by goDorcaa Won't yon'r uwtlDg be rery ing, to'work to'wirn something. New , kite If all- - .the members are going to. Orleans Picayune. lrfc Dorcas' debate?. Mte part In the ' n -- Why. no. dear We'll air apeak at Tia a ,wlse saying, Drive on yduri ' act. --Judge. . r owb truck,-Plutar- ch. in,..;- . (; . 9 s ( ( . 1 . - flan,. CASTOR I A Btrf tha I uiriers flflHsfetflLa atiJ sH oial- - t'e ) . WMXAVCSM'UMarej rscsfdy, s tswusanda tey'tatiis)4V ki (( fsO , f ,t f of, yfytWff3g sSSsWavM; kk - k evw a Hie Ut' AtiUki'-vm'U8aaiw.' t k;gi,a m 4 t . .' koto would havo compensated our from jear to year, from tho largo US HAVE PROGRESS product! u, and, pcrhups, more than appropriations maUo ly Consrtca to LIT compensated, for tho Iojs of part of maintain tho city Government. Our Milrtl mrorillng to Isw t the Vontoffln' (Jonsrcaiinian han cur njnvjatliy and JOINED WITH PROSPERITY their ho.uo market. Kjr.i nuinull tmtltrr ol tho Fnml Mr. Wilssn uhcujd rcalizo that tio support in what wo holier to bo ClaM. word "producers" does not mean oiry an clfcrt upon bl.i icrt to do fa'j-- h tvel ssrvleo forblca constituents. lVo FrcD-TraPolicy Responsible for tho M3 business men who comlu.'t C. M. BAflNETT, Editor &. Proprietor I11.111u1ucl1.ui8, but tho worklngmen, Bay lUiia for him Jn a mr.30 of fair- who ato tho partucis In tills pronolwllhnlandlna hn listonps to Shadaw of Depression That nil communications to .in o:)jK3'iQ political pai';y, and whlli Address duction, nnd tho farmers, who arc Tbo Hartford Republican. ; tbu most important producers of a1!. v.o differ from him In aonio of his Hangs Over Business. ' llntlnl'iM. uvDiiaua' I povcrnincntal il!c!e3, yot w'o tiro ..wMu.i.1 .lrulnl.lA ii 1. !!. 1... t lutein il.l) J NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS been to benefit the consumers. It tree to vm Unit ho lai modo a aol'H'HtirrK dtflrltiff th iiiirriMiit tn n now was certain'- - us desirable, r.r even anil ludustKouu mcinbcr of the President Wilson snyo: "There is Jdr,n mut BlTr tlic oM addrrM In muklnit tli hsvv moro desirable ,10 benefit the prolower house, and his norviccs ffQUfKt. but ono ouud ti"on our horizon," nud UnaollclM mnnnnrlptu will not le retorucd been equal In worth to any man sent ilcscrlbcs that cloud ns our (roublo ducers in tills country. The griatncss of this country and the wuihh of cslmncenmimnlnl li.v lnwtuKe. from Kentucky for many years. with Mexico, jfr. Wilson evidently lll weir no Anonymous cummunlontloim tills country uro due, not to what we Having dcoidctl'to leave Hartford, am going to Is nut an expert in political Atttntlon. consume, but to what we produce. THE PROPOSED AMALGAMAclose out my stock of Jewelry, Watches, strictly Tho increase In the. creation or There Is, perhnjw, only ono croud TION. ... at COST, carriage, for CASH. I liave in stock n wealth depends in great measure upSllvap . k3UCh on the distant horizon, but there arc Last week tho Republican Na- several very threatening clouds hung-In- f on proper encouragement to producnice assortment of Walclics, Chains, Fobs, Kings, FRIDAY DliCEMIllCR L'G. tional Committee met in Washingimmediately ocrhrad, and cast- tion, ami tho distribution of uca.th Stick Fins, Lockets and Chains, Brooches, Necklaces, ton City for the pur; cse of lavlnp ing a very licvay shadow upon tliu In good proces to farmers and good wages to worklnginen Is obviously Mesh Hags, Bracelets, Cull' Buttons, Tie Clasps, Sil. plans which would result in a re- business interests cf this country nnd H Is about time to frame up those union of the cements In the Rcpub-ica- n upon tho general prosperity of tho dependent in the first Instance upon vervvare, Kyv glasses. Arc, all of which will be inclnd. year resolutions. new party, which had been separ- producing classes. This heavy shad- tho creation of wealth through profin the sale. Nothing charged here is where itable' production. Will some one please toll us what ated by tho 191- - Chicago convention. ow, with a prospect oven of a serProfits on production depend largecash counts big. A great opportunity to buy a good It was heralded far and wide that ious storm, Is due to tho President's hae become of Harry Thaw and John ' Gold or Silver Watch cheap. a coimittlon was to be called to exceedingly obstlmito attitude in re- ly on tho extent and excellence of Lind. meet in 1914 at which tbo irty gard to the modifications of tlic Tar nvallabo markets, and any sort of ordinary business iutclHgenro or poWhcncvtr the Progressive and Re- would tako a stand upon ninny iff . ready to litical Intelligence ought to have obpublican rank and H' imu matters which are now before Is ono of those men The President served the wisdom of Increasing and roor?o, they will mero. no matter the country, In addition to reguto whom success gives hajuclnatlons. Improving tho markets for American what the leaders do or say. lating tho representation at future Ho Is couviuced that ho is tlic diproducts. Some Indian weather prophets hae conventions and taking out of the rect representative of the Almighty in fact, t'he only khul ot mind that predicted no winter. We would at balds of tho National Committee on earth, and that, being In mote eoon have their forecast as those of the power to thwart the pcop'.o iri immediate contact wllh mundanu n( C&'ukI not see tho practical and senAnd coiitimros ten days. This is the greatest optbo Weather Bureau, if they come their choice of presidential candi fairs, his knowledge of them is. timental, tho material and human addates. After considerable discussion perhaps, a little superior to hat of vantage of such a po'.icy wou'll be tjue. portunity you ever had to get elegant articles in the that typo which believes Itself to pro and tort, and a two dajs session the A'liiightyi bo .the medium for the direct trans.From what the Courier-JournJeweler's lincut low prices never before heard of. Noththe committee voted down the conTills conviction Is not uncommon Bays the Democrats mado a verj poor vention proposition, and put forth a among men mission of Divinu lnstructons. whoso sudden rise to ing reserved everything goes. Don't fail to tako adselection when the nominated for pifcin to reduce tho Southern repre- power is as Incomprehensible to It is certainly not compatatlblc them Kentucky In vantage of tills opportunity you may never see it Secretary of State in sentation ,and to r.ecognizo presiden- as It is to the rest oftlio community. with any moral obligations to consid1911. tial primaries in state where pri- Not only politicians hao this ob- er tho material welfare of a country again 1 UI means business no take stile. provided for session, but business men also who and tho financial prosperity of tlic have been A Philado'phia girl is suing for maries Individual citizens. Also have a lot of splendid household and kitchen $5,000 apiece lor two kisses a man presidential nominations and to suf- attain unusual success or Important The material prosperity of the peofurniture which will be sold at a sacrifice. Also ono took from her when she wasn't fer the choice for these delegates to position too rapidly. ple is a lnatterworthy of attention A conspicuous exaiuplo of this looking, the price or living is still be n'need uion the temoriwry roll regulator clock and a good safe. Call and let me and consideration of any AdminisInterferof the convention, without hallucination was given by lieorgc golas up. show you. ence Irom the National Commit lee. b Baer, of the Heading Railroad, tration, but particularly of a DemoThe CurrencyblU "has at last been Whilo this Is a material modifi- with his avowed inspiration and his cratic Administration, and Mr. Wil passed by Congress. It Is expected cation of the Iron clad rules of the arrogant action by son's policies, no matter how InspirAll indebted to me will please call and settle. "Dhine right." to give us plenty of money with committee hi the Interest of the rank Vanities of tills kind would bo ed he may bellove them, should be Those having watches left witli me, should call for which to purchase the things made and file of the party. It remains to harmless enough if they did not to executed with due regard for the welcheap by the Tariff bill. them at once. seen whether or not this atrange-me- often lead men to become Inacces fare of tho nation and of the citizens. be Indeed, it wou'd be well If Mr. Wil wjll be sufficient to bring about sible to facts and impervious to reahope a'l ot our readers had a We merry Christmas, and that your a union of the Progressives and Re son ,and if they did not so often per son coul'd reaiUo that no one man Is doing Uod's work ou first New Year resolution will be publicans. The scheme has been de suade men that their own fallible that a'.l men arc doing earth, but it, In the by such loaders as Oeorge opinions were inspliatlons direct to renew your subscription to The nounced Republican at your earliest W. Perkins, Senator Deverldgo and from on hih, not to be modified place and with tho power that God Hartford others as a we!l thought out plan ameliorated by the opinions of oth- has allotted them, that the moral and convenience. to induce persons who ltae been er men or the actual conditions whic material interests of all are rightfully to be considered and consered. Is Jt tobemadeacapltal offense ng out of th1 ilS party lo & confront them. to criticise the Wilson administrac the fo.d ivith a.t.flcial bait. The o'ouds which now hang mention, or the members of the cabinet? It Is believed that the getting to- acingly overhead and threaten the For Sale. If o, by this time next year ftf'.ly gether ofx the two elements will de- prosperity of the nation could have Buff Opplngton Cockerels, mart, people wljl have pend largely upon the two thirds of the suci.'s or been dissipated if Air. Wilson had strain. $1.00 and $1.50 racb. to be sent to the jibbet. failure of the Wilson tratlon. taken a broader and more libera! MRS. P. 1). TWEDDELL, of Hartford, Ky It. 7. Members-the armyand nay, If the country si'.'feic, in t.c..&efiuence view in his policies of Tariff reCumberland 'phone. 20tf. who belong to a fun making society, of the new r.'...if Uv, ,te currency duction. -- m9 Ic"islat;ci , (.it. or both, the rank d, He should havo reallicd thai 'Tarcalled the Caraboas, are to be Vsur Liver Lacks Grlgsby's or at least strictly dealt and ll c will get together, no matter iff reduction, however necessary for Try a bottlo today. Satisfacleaders do or say. In oth- the benefit of the consumers, must wltti because they made fun of the what. the tion guaranteed. Ask J. II. Williams, i6licics aV their annual din- er words hunger and hard times will fall more or less heavily and disWilson Hartford, Ky. lD2y ner at Washington recently. Uo tell do more to bring about the amalga- astrously upon the producers of the mation of the Progressives and .Re- country. Huerta. U to publicans than all the committee He should have appreciated the In another column wo record the meetings or eloquent speeches could necessity of compensating these Am- The National Primary and the Lewis, who do in many months. If upon tho othSouth. "death of Hon. John W. erican producers for the markets represented this district in Congress er hand, the Wilson administration Looking further into President Wilwhich they would lose hero at home roni 1S9j to 1897,havlng been elect- should be n success matters are like- by opening to them markets which son's recommendation ot a national of ly to drag along" bofween the ed in the Republican landslide he cpujd easily havo secured for them primary to select candidates for pres1894, and who enjoyed the distincand Republican, under abroad. Mrs. Wilson of Nashville, Tenn., ident and the result of Buch a policy tion of being the only Republican shelters, for several years, Tho reduction of our Tariff baris famed the world over for upon southern political power and who .ever succeeded in carrying tho but eventuallhy there will be only two allows our markets Iq 'be her wonderfully delicious cakes. tjjitrlct. Air. Lowis Jived at Spring great lxartles in this country, the rier by foreign products, and our Influence), wo ascertain somo interThey are shipped to all parts field, 'Washington county Ientucky, conservative and the radical. producers to be deprived of a great esting fncts. . of the Globe for special affairs 1. .JKaq vcry popular and had a large er Or K83 proportion of our American J The 6ld South Virginia, North Carwhere the best of Cakes are practice. For many years he law -niarkets. demanded. olina, South Carolina, Georgla.Htir-- ' A Woman's National Party. -- Jiad not been active in politics, ow-- : If a policy of our Tariff barrier Ida Alabama .Mississippi, 'Louisiana, In most of the states whero women This year, as in former years, MngltTnV lldiuhceu a8e. , al'ows our markets to be invaded by Texas, Arkansas and Tennessee had Mrs. Wilson enjoys the distinchavo been given tho ballot they have foreign products .and our producers in 1010 a total population or L'L',100,-93'Over inTnal'aha. .Vhllelho" Progres- dropped naturally into tho ranks of tion of making the President's to bo deprived of a greater or less or 24.11 per cent of the total Christmas Caket using Calumet sive biiu Republican leaders arc the existing political parties. But proportion of our American markets. L Baking Powder. speaking out against gottlng togeth- Kansas women wibh to be different. acIf a policy of reciprocity had In tho electorlal college of 1912 er, the boys in tho trenches, who They want a party for women only, Mrs. Wilson's Baking Motto is: beginning to feel tho pinch of seperate and distinct from thoso set companied the policy of Tariff reduc- these states cas 120 votes, or 23.7 per are "To have completes success with holdJiaveiinltiat-e- d tion the markets of foreign nations cent of the whole. up by the men, and they the iWilbon administration nie no louures. care should be used open. In tho Baltimore convention they a movement to form sucli a fem- would liavo been reciprocal ing meetings and appointing comn election of Baking Powder." VOr ed to the products of our American possessed 23.7 per cent of tho votlui-- ' mittees to arrange for union, and inist political body, with its own manufacturers and produce b. The ad- strength of the states . they are tho ones who do tho noting. rules and tenets and ambitions. vantages gained In these lorelgu mnr- In the election of November, 1912, It Is tiulto easy to 6ee what this When conditions got right, the two these 11 states of the Old South poll-e- d will get together, just like the lnlKlitmeanlf tlic other states Joinwins a total voto C 1,G42,805, or 10.3 old woman's hen, which hu said ed In the plan. As these, one by one percent of tho whole. would "set", when sho got ready to canio under the equal surfrago "wire, In the election of 1912 tho single get. If she had to stand up and "set". tha "w onions party," would bo gradState of New York population 9,113,-27- 9, A ually swelled untl It became a menOur DemocraUc friends after liav-In- g ace to 10 per cent of all, cleotorlal vote Some little time ago I made a careful study and investigation of the er of tho counthe man-po- rt baking powder subject and I feel fully repaid. I am firmly convinced placd in tho role of calamity try. In a spirit of self protection, 45, convention vote 90 east 1,387,-98- 3 from the results I have received that there is no baking powder to liow'k-rfor tho past twenty years men or 10.5 of tho total. would wlpo out their own party equal Calumet for wholesomcness and economy, and I also recommend iirctend now to be very much Now York, with In othor words, Calumet Baking Powder for its never failing results. lines to make common cause against because bomo Republicans and 10 per cent of tho total iopuutlon, December 9. 1913. Mrs. Betty Lyler Wilson. peril. the new and Progressives have predicted that their licss than 8.3 tier cent ofthe electoral Such a spectacular condition of afCalumet also received the Highest Awards at the WarU's Pure Food IKiUctai will bring ruin upon the vote, tho same proportion of tho conExpoiltioD, Chicago aad Paris, France, 1912. fairs Is too ridlcuious to contomplate country. How .often havo wo heard vention vote, cast 40,000 more votes except In tho uature of a huge Joke. Buy a can of Calumet Baking Powder at once, and use .bucIi prediction's from Democratic than the 11 states of the Old South. Wlio would write the platform for it in your Holiday Bakings, making your Christmas Cakes orators from one end of the land to a specialized "woman's TiartyWhat party considerWithout Tegard to asgood aa the President's; the other, when Republican policies would be its planks and principles ations at all, therefore, the nationwere being put into operation. Think would reduce tho jower al primary Would Its constitution Include angel of the Jons of literature and the oceof the south In thq nomination of caice recipes wan oonuictinK amena-nient- s; ans of spoeeb.es containing prophecies presidents from 23.7 per cent to 10.3 aot up and would Its per cent, or less thantho single State first tl;na In 20 years and tho other who have stood by the Democratic ol dire disaster, which were launched bridgo whist rules and discriminating by tho Democrats against tiie for tho first time since 'the civil party when nearly all others had deof New York. directions' on how to dance the tango Tariff' law some years u'o. From tbo Democratic standpoint, War, fast jnpre Democratic votes than serted It. We ask our northern iinee-ideTho question might bo askcd:"1ia Dut I am not running from com-- , 11 states ol tho Old South. Now all Is "changed, and It Is the Is and our southern congressmen, the matter, with Kansas women?" petition. Why should 1? if you tho change would be even more rad- tho b which 1b gored." "other,, If, .therefore, tho national prima- wlio now domlaato the Rovrenmenit, ical. Tho south Is the backbone of that-theAnd verily tho answer would bo bad over traded with me I would tho Democracy. Going back to 1908, ry ejection daw Is enacted, and tho If It in riujit to cloflowcr the,, citizenCongcrbsman havo loet not only their political Hon. Den Johnson, answer this question, when the. fight was botwoen the-- two Republican uarty becomes 'reunited, ve ship of the south-an- d tho tflsmocrat-lc doing bearings but, far worse thin that, the not need to from this district, Is evidently MY PRICES ARE RIGHT, old parties, and the DeBeraUc 'can- will havo In "all likelihood the spec- porty of tho south In jwiy such fconu-thlnfor the common jepplc, have Tostjuiolr .pence of humor. my quaUtks are better und I give didate received a larger vote - than tacle of the Democrats of two Htntp manner r as a member of tho lower house of more. fair, honest treatment to. my custom- Mr, Wilson retetyqi J&t year, the at best a&ubtful-xeTcls- Ing Dismissed. It seems to' in. that tha nattenalfl CosSrcas. .As Chairman of jebe DiAngelas, Calif., Dec. 23. The ers. If any pt my competitors' can, 11 states mcntleiol sabovo gave the power aiul"lonue&oe"ln Domocnitlc primary wou!d ho the, first step Los strict' of 'Columbia committee, he has BKAT that they are entitled, to your ticket aU the elactoiial votes Jt re- councl'la thun thev6ld southern group ward the ultliha'te dissolution of tb bee untiring In his efforts to ferret court, today dismissed, the bribery of that has dominated (be Integrity or solid south which has sustained th ceived, save 42 from the statesmunicipal govorn-jmoa- t. charge osalnMt&'&reucQ Darrow, tie trade.. out graft In tjjo the Democracy in every crisis aBabrougjA-I- t Colorado, Jfc&tucky, Nevada, " Ne the Ifomewgto. party In all of Washington City, and to labor lawcr, on the motion of District m encountered for ifiimm$4m'm braska, MftTli&nd and Oklahoma. back to ki Dar- Attornoy Fr drickB, Who correct Inequalities In taxation. For , " srtc Us BrostMpt-id-Qhltf- , i Mauyvt the state so many jcare of patient ,sJWnH, bia ho has .been tho target of ubutki row'g conviction for bribing Jurior Th Produce fttarohanti . coasldoreiUon. --of this Wo one of which uuwi.erHj5 ww. by certain iatorcats in tho city, which Bain was doubtfulf. In the trial for HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY ocratW or president, tost yaw for the master by tp people of ,tbe south Houston Post.' Jupt bora to Uw ba,bH of profiting bribing Daiu, the Jury disagreed.' ' ' J(.iviord rJepuoiiCrtd. Big Closing Out Sale OF dc nc-3- . ialri-talvi- JEWELRY les STOCK. ita, meter-orolog- y. 13 ei SALE COMMENCES FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, I ' al n nt i.i R. W. KING, Jeweler Barnard Co. Old Stand, re-";- :n ftartford, Kentucky. court-martiale- m x. Testimonial From High Authority ,Jlln4U I'ro-sressh- sep-era- te ed .,M6" m ' o OcrU' U) l' v r 4, ipop-ulatio- n. A First Class Feed Store CALUMET i BAKING POWDER s iwr-turb- "un"-con'un- i by-Ta- -- nt g t$ - H ? .- -- W. E. ELUS clean-hande- d a&w coatrltt' - Def. faaJ'e - bi 1.j.. $m A.! k J.JM- IllillSsf. i "A. n'sMfi 111 , . 5fcfe ., 'jmii ksjftViii fi iTfliiijiji m Jr Dr. ?SURE lio'ldnjs with Hogs Dennett la fipcrtilliiR llio liJx parents, Mr. and SnrlriRS, In WILL ABOLISH WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL Mrs. Joe Hcv. PrtinK n.iker,LUv.non THING! LISTEN! co-operation ! was ruing Ing with Hartford Tuesday. In owl frlcnuo Mr. Itoyace Jgtaliart, who has boon BCliool at Howling Green, Ja at homo for tho holidays. i Farm and family Monthly To Take Its Place First of Year. L We want to thank every little Boy and Girl, for their hearty in helping Santa Claus make our Xmas opening a success. Our trade on opening day was far beyond our expectation. Our stock was very much depleted, but this week will add more new goods. So don't worry. You can shop in our store, having the satisfaction of knowing that you will get exactly what you want. Our advice, however, is to shop early and avoid the rush which is SURE TO COME. VVe are also prepared to serve you in gifts for tr)6 older folks, such as Cut Glass, fine China Vases, Bricabrac, etc. A call at our store willr suggestto you many ideas that you have not.thought of. Don't Forget this and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. ' Miss Klslu MathowR, of Hamilton, Ohio, Is the Micst of her father, Mathows. IMltor Mr. and .Mrs. .McPce, Knoxvlllc, Tcnn., aro guests of Mrs. McFoo'fl moUitl. .Mrs. .M. McCormlck. Mrs. I'crsloy of i'ruIk, arrived Saturday to snund tho holidays with her father Mr. K. J. Thomas. Mr. Estill Harnett, hu has boon In school at lCIUon, returned humu Ilc-bc- r te I Bfe si tit 1 Mtssrs. Houan HolbrooU, John T. Mooro and it. K, Leo Slmmcrmau wcro in Louisville ,tho first of tho week. Miss Napier, who Js in school nt Itusscllvllk1, arrived htTO last week Jkz&Cot GUNS! 1 ! Republican. GUNS! Hartford FRIDAY, DKCEMBE ' L VL H. ft ft E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. s J I N. time cord effective Monday Aug. 21st. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. L. have just received a large line of HOT GUNS. Rifles, Target Guns, Ammunition, t Shells, Olc. And respectfully request you to call and see the largest and best line of Shot Guns, Ammunition, Ac, ever brought to daily except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound duo 1:1G p. m. daily except Sunday. No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound due i:4C p. m. daily except Sunday. H. E. M1SCHKE, Agt i i Hartford. Goods the best and prices the lowest. XJ. S. CARSON Groceryman HARTFORD, KY. ill Jill r I MUSIC K KY. M. A. FAUG11T, Mgr. HARJFOBD, for Hiph Grade f Factory Rtrtswiatxve I Pianos,' . , Player Plivsi i: aatOrps . Br. E. W. Ford was In Owenaboro this wwk, Mr. Sidney WI'Mams, of Luzorno, Is homo for tho holidays. Mrs. IT, S. Carson has returned front a vlait in Owenaboro. EsqulrvJ Leslie Comus' called Jo see i witli 111 irtu'ti Thllrttlnv? McHcnry Holurook, auite Univer sity, la home for the holi "' " days. gan, Waif, Ky., la Miss Lolla-Mathe guest of her sister, Jlrs. l. 13. Ellis. Mrs. Alafglo Griffin left 'Monday for Ensor where slio will visit rwU atlvea. . v" , Miss Denti Phlpps left Monday for relIlcudersdu where she Will' v!b "i . atives, i Mr. ShoJby" Stevens arrived '.home Friday- from Murray to visit Uis , ' ' mother. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Uooiwr, Nashville, u nu the guests of relatives in Hartford. Mr. 0. BT"Morrlson, who has been 111 with pneumonia, Js thought, to be ' " '; como bottcr. Mlsa Mario Austin, of Beaver Dani the first won the guest, of rotative ' of the week. Mis Susfo May' loft "Sunday for he will ex., where Port Arthur, visit relative. Mr. andldre. ,J, W. Jonas arrived Monday to fio ihe guest of Mrs. Laura Stevens. Celery, , and eyery-yj- ;, Cranberries?, . i- AeUrt ma wUh i il 'Write Ui for Cataiiftt Frices. ; Eatyraypff.' ; MIMIMMM M Uer"6 Orpcerx; r Mr. J. 'Ney Foster, formerly '.one ttX the editors, and owners of 'The Republican, but. dow, of Bowling Green, Ky., is speeding thp lioXUa)- la Hartford with .relatives. tie(Turkcy, ., . to spend tho holdlajs with her mother. Horn to the wlfo of .Mr. Sam Rich, ardson, a fine girl, morning. Reported by Dr. A. B. Riley. Miss Etta Thomas, who has been tho guest of relatives and friends, returned to her homo In Loulsvll!c Saturday. Tho Christmas trc.es given by the Methodist, Baptist and Christian Sun-Ja- y schools last niKht were air-- decided sueoc3. Mi", lloyt Taylor, who Is engaged in railroad construction work near Nashville, Is spending the holidays with his parents. Miss Alice Foster lert Wednesday afternoon or Owensboro, where she will spend the Christmas holidays with her mother, .Mrs. L. B. Foster. Smar bo8 were greatly cjatcd yesterday mornlnK to find the ground white with snow, greatly Increasing th3 pleasures of Christmas for them. !Mr. L. C. Acton, of near Olaton, who Is attending tho Bowling Green Business University, arrived home to Bpetul tho holidays Saturday with his relatives. Mr. Mack Hendricks and iMlss Allco Durall, of Rockport, were married at the Yelser House Wednesday evenlnff Dec. 24. Rev. Napier offl dated. They ore popular young poo luo In their community. W. B. iWright .will preach at tho Chri&tlaa church in Hartford next Sunday tnomlne and evening. This will ctoee his ministry In Hartford for tha present and ho wllj be glad to have a large audience. formerly of Mr. Joo Williams, Beaver Dam, now residing at Day ton, Ohio, called to see us while in town Saturday. Mr. Williams Is the guest of his father, Mr. Delmer Wll Hams during the holidays. Rev. Virgil Elgin and son (have sold their rjver farm North of Hartford to Mr. Oscar Bond. They took In exchange 87 acres from Mr. Bond about two miles below town,, also river hottom Jand, receiving In ad dltion $4,150.00. Considerable excitement iwas arous ed In our llttV) town Christmas eve by an assault which was niado upon towji ''Marshal Stovens, by John Daniel, who lives a few miles East of Hartford. It scorns that CliarSlo Burton and somo other boys had been In a "scrap", and that Marshal Stevens sought out Daniel to learn tho jvartlculars. Daniel thought he was about to bo arrested and Dffor-c- d resistance. Ma brother tool; n hand and for a moment thoy thq Marshal, and while one of them held him the other beat him about tho head with somo instrument, inflicting painful wounds, which aro In no wise dangerous. Tho Marshal made a gamo stand and was letting thq hotter of his assailants when Shenlff T. H. Black arrived upon tho scene, when Daniel was .p'flced under arrest and taken Police. Judgo Crowe, who wo are informed, refused to take any action in the matter, and ho was then taken boforo County Judgo Wedding, and gave bond for his appearance at court. Considerable feeling was manifested upon Uw part of the. citizens who consider that tho Marslial was Elgin-Cox- . assaulted without cause while in line of duty, and but for cool beads much The Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Elgin, worse, troubjo. might have followed. fornior residents of Hartford, an nounce tho engagcement of their A. S. of E. Notice. daughter, Annlo Allen, to Dr, Wautor The Ohio County Union, A. S. of Cox, of Paris, Ky. .The wedding will E., will convene at the court house take place on February 3d at the in Hartford on Friday, December home of the bride's parenite In 26, ten o'clock, a. in. As this Is the Ky. time to elect now officers, a full delegation and good attendance of Owensboro Optical House. members Is desired. We have Just Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used had two of tho best National and State meetings ln Uo history of the glassoa made by. R. C. Hardwlck's orKanizatlon and jthero is a bright Optician, Owenaboro, Ky., to my enoutlook for thp future. So let Ohio tire satisfaction. His houae and ma county not fall behind, as we have chlnery for makin? lenses are the always been in the lead. Lot us all moat complete In the State, and fa step forward and rally around the employe none but experienced work . . banner. T. F. TANJJWli; Preeldenfa men. . C. M. BAItNETT. HENRY P1RTLE, Spc'y. Duke-hurst- t over-lwwcr- cd bo-fo- re tho Weekly Courier-Journof December 31, 1015, Hint publication wKl be merged into 5 a monthly pnper, to be called "Farm i and Family," the first number of which wlh npptur ubout tho inlddlo of January. The day of tho political weekly has passed ,lmt there It,, a demand In Kentucky, tho South mid tho Southwest for nn lunKaxinc einbraclnjr all matters of Interest to the farm and the family. "Farm and Family" will bo a puly.Icatlon devoted to ngrlcul i ture. education, good reacts and the family, and it will cover these Bub jul-ian amy anu completely as a modern organization equipped with every means cf gathering Informa tion and Intelligently odltinff same can iossibly do. Mcchnnlca'ly It will have every facility known to modem Invention. The editor will be Mr. James Speed, well and widely known In connection with the movement for betterment in agricultural find educational cirdes in Kentucky and the South. Naturally ,tho magazine will have theso departments which are usuall) seen in rural magazines: but there will be others which have been gen erally overlooked. For Instance, It will bo tho policy of 'Farm and Famf'Iy" to 'devote some space in each Issuo .to the Rural School. There will bo no effort to theorize or discuss the school question from the teacher's viewpoint; but simply to learn where In the Southland there Is a school' that Is really doing things that arc of vital Importance to the community and give the story to the readers. The evolution of theWeeki'y Courier-Journal Into "Farm and Family" la Jn accord with the progressive de velopment of tho times. Twenty years atfo the fanner depended on his week ly edition cf the city dally for the y news of the worid. But he Is not content to wait a week for his news of the world any more than g his neighbor, recorded by Josh Billings, Is content .to sit and wait for tho cow to iback up to be mflked. Better roads, better trans portatlon facilities, rural free de livery to say nothing of other con dlUons which . are . revolutionizing country We, have changed all that. The modern farmer Is fast coming to demand his, dally newspajier, and the rapid extension and Improvement of the postall service have made it to satisfy that demand. jHavlng his dally newspaper, ho no longer needs a. political weekly, hut he does need a medium of Information and stimulation, more specialized than his daKy can give him, within the lines of his own vocaton and environ ment, UirouKh which ho may keep abreast wUh all that Intelligent effort .is doing an Improving agricultural 'methods and results and bettering the social conditions of rural life. He does need a medium through which he may learn all that Is to be learned for the promotion of good farming, good roads, good schools and contented homes. Such a medium 'Farm and Family" proposes to be. It seems that the time Is ripe and ready for the launching of a mafia-zin- c which will give to the farmer, his wife and Ids children a new Idea of the education which goes beyond tho school out into everyday life and makes It ampjly .worth while. "Farm and Family" will be published' by tho I.oulsvili Courier- Journal Company, In its modern printing plant at Third and Given Ky. Tho Initial streets, LouisvLl-number wll contain 24 or more quarto pages, and tho price will be 23 cents a year. iTo fl''l out the unexpired subscriptions at present Weekly readers, th'o Saturday Issue will be f Jhe Dally Courier-Journsent, in addition to "Form and Family." Courier-Journa- l. of al 9 With tho Issue W MMmMwgMBi I . w m...jm&mmm coi M. I. iramiiammmmmmir-svmmiimmcwA'Mjmmm&'j, RESOLVED ME JN AND wMSii have tor. ' SHOW U WHAT LET US WE m i: wm USHmm LJSZWifX. " BUY WHEN YOU SEZ ! -"- WE ARE WILLING TO TURN the: LIGHT UN OUR, BUSINESS You'll ni METHODS fw H CAN WE .SHED A LITTLE LIGHT you on what you might buy, to .save money, in our jtohe. we've GOT FoJt A LoT of Good "MoNEY-SAV-MA- KE RIGHT NOW, To A HAPPY NEW YEAR GOR YOU. WHAT Do YOU WANT? WE'VE GOT IT AND WE CAN. AJJURE YOU THE PRICE WILL &E RIGHT. WE MAKE THE PRICE RIGHT IN THE FIRT PLACE. WE CAN'T AFFORD To JELL SHODDY .STUFF AT ANY PRICE. ERJ" ' CARSON Si CO. INCORPORATED. to-da- easy-goin- Hartford, Kentucky. SSQWVSm Hartford College MID-WINTE- pos-slb- R TERM BEGINS JANUARY 19, 1914. Examination, enroll in the Normal Department. If you wish High School work, there will be. classes to suit your needs. One of the best buildings in Western Kentucky steam heated, electric lighted, with. all Good board for $3.00 to $3.50iper week. Be one of the many who will take advanmodern-equipment. A large Normal class will be organizedl ATeo new classes in High School work for those entering then. If you wish to prepare for Teachers' tage of these opportunities. For catalog or further information, write H. E. BROWN, or A. President E ELLIS. V. President. $$s$s$tres$ttttsroro The Profits In Progress ?Z5Z-?-i'. al Farnicri arc learning the profitable, fertilfur the one thai trivet thm htt nrnt rnnc?tnt iK tnaintatniav m productivencM. Progrctsivc farmer are Jncreuinp, for all Civm,. tJw Hop-klnsvll- In theif eood. Result have thown there ihould be at hattr-- a amek 2s Potash a Phosphoric Acid, (or ordinary farm crop take from the time aa much Potash a Phosphoric Acid. For potatoes, trutfc nmUmkt to 4 POTASH ida. be. () the Potash should be double the Phosphoric Acid. If yeyt deslsr lasUta oo tuning oalr low gride, 2 Potash we vM mB.sb Potasfe ia aaraaseaat frogs oat 3Hpos4 bag up. , Writ W Mm U Fm OBRMAN KAll WMU. 4Z Braadway, Now lllaU, laan aMMaas ruiiiii Miniiojstllii; . teTam4k.a4kkairrMtalMta tati Yk' krittl0FjimijOtil9k mniu TS2E k. - ftp!- -. St Oj'lfata ISIN ) 1, vn.. Call on Tbt lepublican for Job: Printint VI f I v '"'"i - .! U rr Sheriffs Sale. "him "".twif.'r 3SU. i I- - K t it'" Wit. satlon and other dlsagrecablo for$ ctable, and r&h bo used with per-o- f OUR PATTERN ty; C. O. Davenport, Warren count. cczoma, tottor, Bait rheum and akin feet safety By virtue of execution No. 618 diAsk J. II. Williams, Ohio county officers L. B. Tlch Ohlo OUhty eruptions promptly cured by Dr. Hob- - Hartford, Ky. rected to ms, which Issued from tho enor, President; Henry Plrtlo, 8cC lDJy "js. uennett, Treasurer. IN GIVING GIFTS clerk's office of the Ohio Circuit son's Kczema Ointment. Gcorgo W. Circuit CVrMY T. F. lllrkhcad. reiary; a. UOAUD OF EDUCATION, COUNTY Emery Supply Restricted. Court, In favor of T. 11. Wallaco "F.ltch, of Mendota, III. says "I pur - ! Judgo; Urn D. Klngo, Attorney; Henry Loach, Chairman, Hartford, Tho wprld's supply of emery comes P. Midklff, Jailer; K. G. llarrnss, against .A JL. Stevens for $156.86 and chased a box of Dr. Houson'a Kcze Ky. ma Ointment. Have had 13aeiiia ev - i rrom Or,cek Islands and from Asia Clerk; B. K. Mrkhcnd, Master Com60 cts. cost, I, or one of my deputies, , L. D. Tlchenor, Hartford, missioner; Evtry Good and Perfect Gift will on Monday the Cth day of Jnnu- - cry slnco tho civil war, liavo boon Minor near Syria. Importations Into Jury Finn'; It. T. Collins. Trimfnn njl..NO. Ij, l U. T. H. tho United States nvorage $250,000 anlllack. Sheriff. 2. E. C. Hartford. Rovnnhta r ary, 1914, between tlw hours of l ircaica oy many doctors, none lmo nually. Hartford... DcDUttes S. O.- Kinn 3. M. S. Pntterson, Olaton, Ky. .. ii o'clock p. m. and A o'clock p. m., atiK'vcn tho benefit that one box of Gomes From Above. u. .. . ;uimiT iaiu; c. i joiies, Ilouto 0, , H ' A'Jjn. White Itun, Ky. X Hartford; W. Earp, Rostnc. Court , In Hartford, OhtoJDr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment has." the Courthouse door Plummcr, Taylor Mlneev ;o. Both Food and Medicine. convenes nrst .Monday In February Kentucky. county, Kontucky, expose to public Every sufferer should try It. We're Asparagus Is considered one of tho nnd continues thrco wcekH; third The Pleatuie of Giving God the Great sale, to the highest bidder, the follow- so positive It will help you we guar- henlthlest of plants Monday In April, two weeks; third' Exemplar He Giveth All Things ing described property, (or so much antee It or money refunded. At all used for food, and Is really a medi- Monday In October two weoks. County Court It. It. 'Wedding W Pfelffer cine ns well as a food. Richly to Be Enjoyed Every Good thereof as may be nocessary-t- o satis Druggists or my mall, oOc. Judge; W. S. llnaley, Clerk; C. E. and Every Perfect Gift Gifts to An- fy tho plaintiff's debt interest and Chemical Co., Philadelphia nnd Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court lt ni gela Gifts to Men Gifts to the cost), Oh, My, YesI convenes first .Monday In "Three tracts of land In Ohio coun Saints Gifts to Sinners Alto. Griggs "I hato to nlav i.okr with n month Blood Oranqes In Demand. ty, Kentucky, on and near the waters Quarterly Court Heclna on "kv n i,r.n.i SIdon oval blood oranges from hard losor" lti-i-r i5?i Attorney Law Louisville. Ky.. of Hough river: One tract conveyed to Palestlno are the most prized In tho s8lt better than playing it with ebruary, m,!'l wi!,i, December 21.-- Of Transcript.' Daniel Parks by George Madison by world, according to a firm of fruit easy wInner."-Uos- ton jA(Crt of Claims-C- m HARTFORD, KY. ft,. Itusfecll'H 1'iistur deed of record In Ohio County rierk'.' brokers In Liverpool, which Is now luesuny in January and flm Tues- Will practice his profession 'to Ul two discourses office In deed book "F" page 3S3. importing nearly a million boxes of day In October. Genius. and adjoining counties. CouunexeW here today, no reOtber County Officers C. 3. Mox-lc- and Criminal Genius Is the art of taking Infinite Another tract conveyed by S. L. Haw oranges from that country, "Practice a Specialty. port tli.it on the Surveyor. Kordsvlllo, Ky., It. pains. Cnrlylo. test. "Every good kins and wife to l'cter Pnrks by deed Did you know thnt Calomel Is n nd every perfect of record In said office In deed book sor, Hartford. Ky.. It. v. i v,. . j henry gift Is from "P" page 3SG, which was willed by Mercury, and that Its mercurlous efUwb, Suiiorlntcndcnt, Hurl-for- d; Dr.-A- . FOR FLETCHER'S U. Ulley, Coroner, Hurt- Above, and com-et- h Peter Pnrks to Daniel Parks by will fects will ruin the system, while down "from of record In Ohio County Clerk's of- GriPsby's Is purely veg- Law Jl'iS'l'lCKa'' COURTS. the Farther of fice. Another tract conveved in Ttoi,- ' HARTFORD, KY. l.csllo Conibi), Hartford, Tuesday in !rMs;s no V''T'- jof rarks b C1,M- - Alexander deed .'after old Monday In iiarch, Tuesday; ltPASlQg.gUSSEtUJ Mffwm. W. H. Barnrti nnl C rMftrd , oh,0 Cou u.iiT oru .uonuay m juuc, luoaaoy uitiil. J livi ouuu i -. announoo Uiat they havo form--- a after 3rd .Manriiiy In September, Tues... ......u uwyjn. u t l)aKU Of. OUill ovy of 11!!!!;;." James 1:17. day after 3rd .Monday In December. purUKTsMji fee tiio gjnieral pracV In many respects, mild (ho Fntor. tracts containing 420 acres more or John 11. Miles, HclJiiort, Friday tice of law, cxctipt criminal nnd dlvor after 3rd Monday In March, Friday casit), Mr. Smith biJjig County Attor-Urz- y Christmas la a delightful so.ikoii. Ad- Jess. Same land conveyed to V. E. mitting tljnf t Is the dntQ of Hie ah. Maxwell by de'J of .record In Qhiol tuwr ru .Monuay in June, Frlduy Is iiwvotvtjod frum practicing Buch AflOr 3nl Monday In September, timt our Lord's birth County Clerk's office in deed book ccasxs. Mr. Barnes wJH iiiKlIvldua4ly Friday niter 3rd .Monday In ts in the following October, nevertbe- - No. 3, page 423 from A. L. Morton accent euch iiracttoo. Offlc.a In jS5 II Is a delightful custom tint calls nnd wife. Said land then being con0. B. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday Hartford Republican building, Hart-turKvV-itEiipii to the blrtli at nethlehcm, veyed by W. E, Maxweir and wlfo Moiiduy In March, Wedafter 3rd K- nesday after 3rd Monday In Juno, and ujci'uorlullzcs God's great Gift on to Mrs. L. M. Stevens, Ai L. StevWednesday nfter 3rd Munday u Sepdtir behalf. Thfe of giving lit ens and W. X. Stevens on S5):2fcnn8tie! October tember, Wednesday attei Uia .Mon-ua- y tle tokoiiB of esteem Is still a blessing ,,. ., . . .,. ... In December. to the world. To the extent that we tho 11th, 18S7, by deed of rccovd jn D. John H. Miles, Roc;port, Friday ln(o it heartily, we aie exereis-- - Ohio County Clerk's office, jn enter after 3rd Monduy it .March, Fr!eny book No. 7, pasc 1S8. SaJi antj then 4ug ft godlike quality. Law after 3rd Moudny In June, Friday conveyed by Mrs. L, ".i. Stevens to HARTFORD, after 3rd Mouday In September, FriSome of Sod's Gift. L. and V. N "Stevens, .May the day after 3rd Monday In December. - The Pastor then enumcrnttil pome of A. J. C. JacKron, Ccntertown, Sat- ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. H5AVR1N' 11th, 1S0S, by, ileed of record in Ohio KENTUCKIAN FREE TO the common gifts, which God has given County urday nfter 3rd .Monday In March, This offlco 1b equipped for handClerk's office in deed book all men to enjoy richly. The air wo Saturday after 3rd Mondayln June, ling AH Pictures tof Kentucky's Governors .Commercial I.aw and Collection! rcfresliitig water, the Xo. 31, page 6S. Said land then conbreathe, the SAturdhy after 3rd Monday In SepFrom tha foundation of ihm SUto la tb protnt tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as woll as other legal and lititime Th'onlr complete collection in axlitcBt Bolden 6unhlM, the ben title of na- veyed by W. N. Stevens to A. J.. In December. gated matters. Practice in all the ft ture animate and Inanimate he de- Stevens by deed of record in Ohio ttctm of all President s of tlie United States, from 1 he ery Xt WiUon. tlagj of all Nations In coloi. M. C. Cook, Renfrew, Tuesday-- . af- courts. Prompt and vigorous service. scribed In glowing terms. These gifts County Clerk's office in deed book Xo. latest Kentucky Map howlnKCour.tie,tovfn.ralIroadi.Con-gTcwIon- al ter 2nd Monday In March. Tuesday are all from the Father of Mercies. districts, etc. Latest KentucLy Ceniu. tulUnd 31, pago 182. Excepting 50 acres from after ind Monday In May, Tuesday M. L. Hcavrln'a Office. complete map o( the United States, b ullond cun iJeteroapcl the All these are bleslng. notwithstand- this sale bounded as follows: BeginLctchl s'vtn tl e political world. InthelllUorical Kentucky after 3rd Moudny In August, Tues- s ing our fallen condition, our Utistlcsfrom thefounditloaot the btate to the present time. aay after L'nd Monday in November. ning at a sugar tree and Beech on . Executive Department. All of mind and body, which hinThomas Sanders, Olaton, WednesDeptrtmentj of the btate Governraeat lth the heads Vof each j arious tatiries. proper appreciation. When we re- the bank of Rough river corner to Department and the cleHcal force with their day after tho second Mouday In der .Mrs. Yelser larm; thence S. 34 W. Kentucky Boirdsand Courts with their staff ith officers and I AM PREPARED call that the sick lose appetite and March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday salaries. Political Committees and Orsanliatlons ofthe 207 poles t othe corner of the Armot In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday Elate. Kentucky Unite 1 Stntes Senitor. Kentucky Chief all to appreciate, and when we Speaker of- the Kentucky Uouse. CpnirrntonaJ In August, Wednesday after 2nd Monwe farm in Mrs. Yeiser's line; thence iustices. that humanity Is To do any kind of Veterina ltaiiroad Commission re. SjcnatbTtal JhstficU. day In November. Couutiea of Kentucky, when made nl from VhaVUounticf. ay well wonder how much more a S. 72 W. 40 poles to a stone In Ar. ry work. Horses, mules and Grant Pollard. Fordsvlllc. Tuesday AU of tha Vital Statistics of Keatkear. 4crfect man might have enjoyed thebe met line; thence X. 54 E.207 poles to ! after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- .cows necdnofedio for want of blessings, which arc still precious a beech on Roush river; thence up I Thb untciuc and valuable Atlas'is free aay aucr inu .Monday In May, Thurs- Calls answered' attention. to us. subscribers. If not j to all Evening Post uay alter 3ra .Monday in August, said river with its meanders to the now a subscriber, cnd $3;00 'for a full Richly to Enjoy. day or night. Thursday after 2nd Monday In Nobeginning; containing 50 acres more year's subkTimiow, or $2;00 for a six vember. The Tastor then showed that or less." months' subscription by mail. J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after God's gifts are on every hand. subject to a i Said land levied and 2nd Monday In March, Friday after FImm walairtsal. bVs Yatos ara by mafl Veterinary Surgeon the majority of people receive mortgage of $2,000.00 held by tho! air. aJ afcigfcjrrir ar aceat. 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd - Ky. them in a stupid, unnppreelntlve mnn-ite' Monday In August, Friday after 2nd ATI0H OFFER: OCR STtmL unconscious of their blessings. Bank of Hartford, mortgage in the Monday In November. , held by E. G. Uarrass j $3.00 KHaV aaslaV't,'eaa rar lie also demonstrated that this is the sum of $ HARTFORD POLICE COURT. , itid by the I filn 'flelWTh'blnr.H Tiiaftyr - St JOI C. .M. Crowo. Judgo; John U. Wll-oresult of sin, which has vitiated every and mortgage of ? JLOO-Hartford Ropabllcan, 1 City Attorney; J. P. Stevens. 0oo& quality of mind and body. From First National Rank cf Hartford, Ky. THr $3.50 ALLlTHftEE FOR Marshal; Court convenes second Monthe Scriptures be proved that the Sa'd ,i:Ie to bo made on a credit KWINff day In each month. fc world, through losing relationship to cf s'x Months, bond with approved MAC iHNat City Council J. H. Williams. MayGod, has lost the sense of appreciation security required, bearing interest at OF or; It. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. Thomt many of God's gifts. Consequently the rate of 6 per cent annum from tile as, Treasurer. Members of Council QUAUTt. are unhappy, unholy, un- day of the sole and having mankind Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. H. the force thankful, seeking pleasure and happl-e8- . and B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, effect of a replevin bond. but finding Instead discontent W. J. Bean. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. NOT od disappointment School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Chairman; W. ii. Barnes. SecreSOLD 'The speaker went on to demonstrate Dr. Hobson's OintmentiHeals tary;- Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnaley UNDER that only one class are really able to Itchy Eczema. and J. D. Duke. ANY nJoy Heaven's gifts highly. These The constantly Itchlnff, burning sen OTHER RELIGIOUS SERVICES. iiave passed through a certain mental NAME. M. E. Church, South Services experience, which is transforming morning and evening every first and their life. They have caught a glimpse third Sunday in each month. SunWARRANTED' FOR ALL TIME. of the Almighty, and liavo learned day school 9:45 a. m'. Prayer meet gifts, are of His bestowthat nil these every Wednesday eenlng. Rev. If youpurchiuo the NKW JtOMK you win ing ing. They gavo their hearts to the have n life nsjict at the price you puy, and will' Savllle, pastor. Lord, and received new hearts In reBaptist Church Services" morning not have an endless chala of repulrs. turn. With these, old things have and evening every sneond and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school new. They are Indeed New ' -Quality 9M5 a. m. Prayer meetlng:every'"Wed-nesda- y Creatures, begotten of the Holy Spirit, if J ""jf I jJIJjt I jO ConjJdaetJ evening. Rev. English, pastor. through tho Word of Truth. Christian Church Services every God's Unspeakable Gift. fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. m. Suuday school 9:30 a. mH Elder W. St Paul's exclamation. "Thanks ho B. Wright pastor. onto God for HI unspeakable Gift!" Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day the Pastor said, refers to the gift of school every Sunday at 9:45 God's dear Son to be man's Redeemer. toby. a. ni. Do Not Delay If You Have Blood The death sentence passed upon Adam SECRET SOCIETIES. by the Supreme Court of the Universe If you wuntaRewlnifiiinchlnp, wrlto tor, Hartford Jdgo No. 675, F. and A. Until Is could not be revoked; and that sentence M. nieeta. every first Monday night oat latest cutuloguo beforo you purchase. included all of Adam's posterity. If In each month. M. L. Hearln, W. Tbe New Home Sewing MacMne CoM Odnge, Mass. --- -an unblemished human life could be M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary TO-DA- Y! -- . Hartford Chapter No. $4 O. E. S. substituted for his, the majesty of the meets every second nnd fourth MonDivine Law could stand, and Adam day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, and his race might bu granted a fresh W. M.s Jas. H. Williams,. W. B.; trial for life or death everlasting. Hut uo such perfect man existed; and hud Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. there been one. who knows whether Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights SPECIAL A Remedy ho would have beeii willing to sacrifice of Pythias meotB every Tuesday even1 gtUtt ta kIU Hasr.BaalacM. AtrUtWlUK m. J ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C: J. Key V muayouourpanaaiMBteaatemsT. bis life nnd all Its prospects? W Foster, K. of It. &. S. Tho Pastor quoted many Scriptures Hartford Tent No. 99, IC. O. T. M. showing thnt God has a grncfou Plnn meets every first and third Thursday tor mini's salvation: nnd that when He nights. R. T. Collins. Commander! IWrttf Memthm tMt Psm. presented it to Ills Son, the Sou willL. P. Foreman. Ttecord Keerier. ingly and gladly As we Acnio Lodge No. 339 I.. O. O.. F. SEND 10 CENTS I wad, "For tho joy set before Him. meets every second and fourth Fri- EtaamMt;iilHSlM"4walaa)Talaala day nights in each month. C. M. Har1Ue) endured tho cross. despln!ng the nett, Nobln Grandr- - W. R. Hedrlck. bflme, ami Is now us u reward set Secretary. , down at the right bund of the Throne rTTrfff' IW aK I Hartford Camp No. 202 W, Q. W. aaaaV ot God" awaiting tho glories of His of Blood and And All meets every second and fourth. SatMillennial Kingdom and of eternity. urday nights In each mouth. Leslie Gifts to the Church. Bonuott, Council Commander; W. C. Hot Springs Physicians Pronounce this the Greatest Blood and Skin Remedj Wallace, Clerk. God's time has not et eome for clv-Jn- f Sunshine Hlvo No. 42, L.O. T. M Ever Placed on the Market. blessings of tho Redeemer's the meets every first and third Friday MAcriflce to the world, said tho Pastor. nights In each month. Airs. ."Attyo Tbe distribution of those gifts will be Singles Bottles, $5.00 Treatment, Six Bottles, $18.00, Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula during earth's Thousand Year-Daof Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Jubilee. Meantime God has been preKoyetone Chapter No. 119, R. A. WE PREPARE A REMEDY FOR EVERY DISEASE. M meets every third Saturday' night gifts for a special class of Imparing In each month. Jobs T. Maore(Hfgh munity. This class lie is now selecting Priest? W. S. Tioaloy,, Seetry. from amongst all nations and denomOur Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest of Its Kind Ever AMERICAN SQC1BTY 0E"rUTY. ination. To tbet.e He gives spiritual ' National Offlceraw-Preslden- t. Ira' M. iHfte-n- ew hearts of appreciation, new : Offered Suffering Women. .i . J. Chryst, Hudson. .Wis.: 'V. Prest- .- aMAUPATttaUM . C al.l mil . yen of nnderfctaudlng, new powers of J R. 11. Itnh-trt..dnt f.monn K, i ;X!STH lot JrJtual enjoyment .. creUry &,Tr-II. G. Itfik.-tyftuII l All Correspondence Strictly Private. Write Us .Your Troubles. wu. r Then the speaker .showed that the, !. ay sntkt. ..fiand e catsJssaya, Offlcw-"Prel(lnl, 1ue of-State gift lies In tho love and J. H.Mc-- M 7 of 'which i,t.lB a teraioder. v.atn, rimiuu, wj,, icw resu- .- a,, Mil .iius - - ..m aUwi a .. T i..i MumaaBcr vw., Vfftj,.n.XL aurney, Cf t Dally each should" shed on life's path-twargrgK' !"" i i J.H fw.i mn j , m HUa.. o. o, vaytu.i. aivmii gift brinj-lncheer Calkfu, Ky.;' Organlier, T. MBaU 1d Jooks, the nod ot recognition, acts HOT SPRINGS; ARK. Centr-f- l Ave. ' wit.HartfMsd. Ky. ... mea much m Kiaupatty. .These-giftM(Btffv, Hktt ard to the (Teasing creation. : 600 IDireotoary- i ' - n.-jF- As-fa-f- i Jrl quick-growin- g -- 'j'Ji&v'jttiQziw&L to-w- Otto C. Martin at MS I I , y, ; Ilk M Children Cry CASTORI A Barnes Attorneys at & Smith. 1 J uuni-iaJfc-- f,l d, $ . jc ARTHUR rtnorney at KIRKI, VRY .3 Wih-Incto- -- weak-uesse- ItincluJes-AUStateOtlidi- - sin-sic- V yt W. H. RILEY r, tW Hartford. r u, 4' i NEW I HOME WheniYour Blood is IRight, Your Whole any or'Skin Disease too' Late but Order irj- System is Right. i It f1 yi THE HOT SPRINGS REMEDY Complete and Positive for .A.02Xr:E3. SEEDS V OFFEK.W H i f' Other Forms Skin Diseases. r' y FiJllCoto i I a j; g kilid-wprd- s HOT SFEHTCS MEDICINE CO. J s VSAJimtS ,ri PlL"iHel yv. iyi; ar j," .m sv .' ' m i t i s 803 -2 f &9mi''rsmpvii!' 'vix2E23--- N V, . ; 3 .H r-1- 1'' .' atai iri.n,i.,aiw mhwM - I 5. f.. ..lAAaawjg Jwrirtitir'', Vli'"lai i .v-K, tfjK . vr r " - : y ) y . I5i..iw I FATE Children Cry for Hatcher' flFf WORLD PERFORATED COINS. Its Course From Chaos to Its Hopeless Death Struggle. THREE ACTS IN THE TRAGEDY Th Tho Kind Yoa Have Always llonarht.and hlVh has been in uso for over SO Tears, lias lo.notlio Mirnattiro of and lins txfen mado unucr his per'sU Jujt-ns-go- od TT Firit la 8hown by Jupltar, th 8cond by tht Earth and tha Thlri by Mara, Whlla the Meon'Showa th Empty 8taga After thalay la Dona sonal ffufeervhlnn slnm Ito liifmicv. Allow iieiioti In i&zr4UcJU Imitations and " deceive vounrothis. .All Counterfeits, " but Experiments that trlflo with and cWunKcr tlio lienlth of Infunfs and Children Experience ujulnst lixpcruueafc. Cnntorla In a harmless gnfesiltute fori Castor Oil, Pare gorle, Irops and Soothing Sjrups. jit is pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other 2tarcotlo substance. Its afro Is Its gnar.intco. (It destroys Worms and nllnys Fcvertahnoss. For more than thirty years it lias heen in constant uso for the relief of Constipation.,- - ' Flatulency, TVina Colic, ail Tccthln; Troubles ana Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stotncch and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep, . Xho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A , GENUINE CASTORIA of ALWAYS yBears the Signature The Kind Yoa Have Always Bought In Us For OWr 30 Yrs Tworrueoxufr.rr wtgswfccT.itTo"KoTT. VW, No stusu wan eerirfmj for mien I tmgwly tiH tin l inePSfai1 proaenti of t It I the Inst uct In tbnl t i ., wor is niMory; The first nit In sued a'dnima-constst- i of scenes from ilnoObe huge plnn et .litplter ulTers im it spectacle of tbn kind in lis striMmlu,' belts of thWi ilonds ii nil Its whirling viiHrs, glow Ins like sjunm iilmve n furmue. The second net is represented by tbi eurtb. with Its fertile enwt. its eool. In vigurntlng uttnosphere nnd its life sns tnlnlus seas tti.it k!c birth to the clouds which, condensing on tlu inonntnlns, furnish the ntins nnd sel the rivers flowing. The closing nit Is the role of Mara where tbeUens Inne vanished, the ut mosplieru.liiis thinned out. the riven hate diss t pen red. the continents huv famed inti deserts, unci life, driven intc n corner, Is b.ittllng ugdinst final ex tlnction. That there Is yet intelligent life 6a Mars is the universal belief of all ti observers whom Mr. Lowell litis gathered nhotrt him at bis Flagstnn ot servntory. where the extraordinary phenomena of that wonderful planet arc studied ns'nowhcre else in the world. More tbun that, they tell us with ever increasing emphasis that the pe pie of Mirs. compelled by necessity, have developed u coniffliad over natural forces which would seem miraculous If exJlblted'.tipoB tfce earth. With-tteit baa became slninly u against the question ,if brain LOUIS vni-Erti' v rK ' I X MJ Tbeyfcue nlgbts and days of the same lesctb as ours. They have sea- - Poultry Supply 305 East Market Street tWpt1 sons almost precisely corresponding with ouri; except tbat they are each, twice as long. But their oceans art dried up, no rains fall (though thers may be dews), and nearly all tbe atmospheric moisture N alternately locked up In ne or the otber of the polat snowcaps In such, a situation novcgctatlon can flourish nnless artificially stimulated by a gigaitlc system of Irrigation. And without tegetatton animal existence Is Impossibl! Mars derive tbo Ration? Xbe an get-I-t petlpdi' efforts were made to popularize them. The first United States coin wltb a perforated center was a gold dollar issued In 1S40. which had a square bole In the middle of the It was the forerunner of the Pinochet. gold dollar Issued, by the United States mint In 1841). The coin was engrut cd. not struck from dies Tiie next United Suites coin with a perforated center was issued from the Philadelphia mint in 18.V) nnd was of the denomination of 1 cent. It was about the size of the bronze cent now In use. At that time the large, old fashioned copper cent was In general circulation, and the perforated coin received the name of "ring cent" The designer reasoned that by means of the perforation the cent could be distinguished by touch from the dime. Another perforated cent Issued ths same year showed two rings In the Held with tho words. "Cent, Silver." 'Ihe reverse showed an olive wreath around the perforation and the words. "United States of America." The mint authorities undertook to design n coin that would answer all requirements, and the pieces were struck wltb both pierced nnd perfect centers In silver. copier. nickel und composition metal, six varieties In all. without counting the various metals, but none of the designs was favored by the government authorities, and consequently they (were never put lu general circulation. Tiie only gold half dollar ever produced at the United States mint was struck in 18T.2 It had n perforation In the center, and the obverse showed a wary circle around the perforation, wltb the Inscription. "United States of America." around the border. The reverse was blank. The coin was exactly half the weight of the dollar. Itegnrdless of the generally nccepted Idea the gold fifty cent pieces with which tbe public Is familiar were not nn Issue of tbe United States, but were manufactured by California Jewelers. There(bas not been any attempt to Introduce, the perforated coin In the United States since 1884. In that year two pieces of the denominations of t nnd 5 cents were Issued at the Phila delphia mint Harper's Weekly, Otis One-tenth Uncle Sam Triad Them Several Times, but Without Sueeaaa. Perforated coins were never In favor In the United States, though vari' GIVEN AWAY FREE! i BARREL WHISKEY 7 YRS. OLD, "OLD QUALITY" ONE CHANCE OIVEN WITH BACH QUART DOUOHT - The lucky number will be drawn at 10 p. m. the night before ' Christmas. No matter where you live, if you have the lucky number you get the barrel FREE. Remember every quart ' bought of us increases your chance. Come yourself, send by ' your friends or mail orders, all get a chance for every quart. j ', 'f P.R. LANCASTER4C0. We have the most complete line of Liquors, all kinds and all brands, in Owensboro, ZX"K" H JAMES & CO., First Class Centertown. Lrlveryi-ne- n - Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES, Thk Republican aad Louisville Herald al Globe-Democrat LOUISVILLE, KY I , .V The only and original poultry sup ply house south of the Ohio River. s We keep a full line of first-clas- POULTRY SUPPLIES? Write for Price List. P FEEDS. QQQGGQQ&&&QS&9&9GQ9&Q Ladies! Saw -- -' My 4K u Readin HcCtU't Magaziae sad Us'tag McCall Pattern Style kv MJCKaWSMUS SUCCEED.' BULBS' Hw ua L OFFER'. Mau$ warn. McOlTiMafiaUawlll bcin Jim ilrfsi at a airl-Ulirumlt-iaia CMieUiO by rail pouted en litest fnsliliim Looping Uia tlutlin and bats. New Fashion IVilzni In cadi lue. Alw hi ell liouio ami In W .Ntllamt.al. UM,MjkM m Uwi... MtkM In aplMOT4fe,llta,.MU. UkMlUa, huiu, ratal. 1M ifurut4 BmImm. A Mraanant ou oiroui i 1 1 Nm. im . MUm, h.k twi rwMjrmiih tuknu MtaM iwia, vuia. nwi, wui ! V.II. BlfMIMU. fHilMAUMTvllM.. iluiljlo lnforrn-uio- nialturs. Onlr 10c a year Including 0 a fn-lmtlPM. toilajr or acutt fur Irco tarnplo copy. McCU r.iicnt will ennliln you n mnkti In your on n liouio. nliuvurrownltiudJ iloililtitffor yoursolf and lillil-yt- i niilcli mil bo tmrlcct lu stylo unci fit. I'm nono lileliur tlnn 11 rents honJ Tor frey 1'atiorii Ciialusit, Wt W3 & Y. Tim rriMntt fur cutting Mini forTrco unions your rrlt-ml- i Premium Cntalngun and Cash I'riza Oder. THE KtAU CWirAKY. US to 24S Woi 37 SU MtW YttK ' unul prr Mtmthm tkl Paatr WrHHo4v MHNU 31 mI uiinlMUi Mllsttlam t f 4yisfchtap4 CUNl'S M SUM rrNi "ir" wmm. si winmimw. tuwwwMuat, MMitraE.MiaM.nM.-w- naau. M MA 1 riati f 0s4a I la OiWwHnilil tr k sstMiaMM, stuoMsru Wmh k W1 J i ni l. BabyUfcUaJUjaWTwUBfcJh, tW (twlwl iml warn m n wi wtt Wrw. s4f ,w. Mgi ivoon it. toexrou), nx. IJ ftuultuvLJ h.vwvbi BAniinn MBir JmSuVpl.oiSioFu;rt wrvli mod Inm mm puoou. bmIu. 'm 'tJMsAAsU HmKXPEUIBNCE 60 YEARS' - I m if.lo hw to copyrlbu.clc N ALL COUNTIUES. trU SiB I . '4 1 I T a 1 iSj TradcMarkb I SH mt? aJ Pitt tu wwwmnow. .i efitn t4 faltnl. and MflfMiM. rrtBvet uwmiwiy. IS .wriMArMniAiiiuiai ' ttM,Bj MAlk IMai. mt VkttU ttatos tiJBBjBBBflrV Iat . JV jpf ' irrfiV-nt-,'lhM- .i IPjBl fPfffffT .1 t I PCMM HiCoivmaMT I. ... I ill.Hlllln. M.T UfrHun wruiofVM MUir ma I A. Basil wfiunbkM , ttroackJluuii "" "'"t - A rotV But wtence can tbe Inhabitants of This, last 'appellation needed for irrl- - .seemed to me so curious that I'lnquir- en Is tbat tbey ed Info It and learned that my youpg Cinelttug-o- r rKentlenlfurtvaiTel''to bebof5r"TueVt without seas are not surnames yoa understand tbe polar sno source for no Turk owns such n 'thing. T aud riveri tbey '"V'; of supply! tell oneMIstreg Hyacinth from anothA On Marl tbe reign of universal pence er you add tbe name of ber man And bavfc begun ages ago. Introduced In must his case ail you can do Is to tack oi not by noral or sentimental his father's you could hardly sa; by the necessity of unit- Cbristlan-nam- e. H. G. Dwight tn At ing nil tlje engineering skill, all tbe in- Untie. ventive powers and all tbe physical forces of tbe entire population of tbe Wild Schemes of Oinocratea. planet In n common battle for life. Tbe most remarkaole proposal ever The only thought of their Inventors made alwut Mount Athos was tbat of Is of Jmriroved menus for controlling the architect Dlnocrates. His plan tbe slowljr tessoslag supplies of mois- was to cut It into the shape of a giture tbat oocyte, ifeout two of our gantic statue of Alexander the Great, years may be drawjif awax, from one holding In tbe right band a city, in the of the Doles wbllciMMtawmraer sun- - left a tank that was to receive all tbe ablue is dissolving ItsHMa snows. waters of tbe region. Alexander was This universal concentration of men- much taken with tbe scheme. But it energy anon a single aim la con was eventually rejected on the ground tal ceived as; having developed upon Mars that the neighboring country was not a Knowledge of tbe bidden rorces or fertile enough to feed the Inhabitants nature siicb as has up to tbe present of the projected city. Another of Dlnocmerely been dreamed of on tbe earth. rates' plans was a temple to tbe wife We baf'e Just begun to learn bow to of King Ptolemy of Egypt wltb a roof nse electricity In the mechanic arts, of loadstones tbat would keep an Iron but theymay have unlocked tbe secret statue of ber floating In the air. forces Inclosed in the atoms of matter .which our science bos recently assured The Earth's 8hadow. us exist (without showing ns bow to The earth bos a shadow, but very-fe" $r-utilize them. except In eclipses of ever see Ouly by 8Ue' positions can tbe tbe moon, or Itelse few recognize It buudreajs, sf bHs wide and "ennuis." wben they see it Nevertheless many thousand! of milea joog. be accounted of us have noticed on fine, cloudless In-for. If, k the Flujrifnrf observers evenings In summer shortly before ' taw ; etjjects are, '.really of ) sunset a rosy pink are on the horizon ork h. If should be said, opposite tbe suu, with a bluish gray tBi .lMr. Lowell's opinion tbe segment tbe sun sinks under lt.-- As band c led canals are. In fact, irri- tbe arc risen until it nttnlns the zenith gated htajfs. and even pusses It This Is tbe shadow The real canals within tbem are In- of tbe earth. visible,' while the progressive darkening of tbeso belts.jas the polar melting Premonition. Increases., is due to the growth of vegHo was brought to Uellevue hospital etation. Atlmulnted by tbo water. with some Injury to the skull, and n surAfter he world life drama closes geon, having examined tbe wound, dethere Is left an empty stngo. and this termined tn keep the man In the ward Is represented by ihe ipoon. The lunar a day or two world has lost nil its water Its trag- for "Ob, doctor." cried the patient, "do edy is finished. Tbe actors are all dead. you think that I'll lose my bead?" Millions of years ago there mny have New Vork Times been n isttle for life there like that which now appears to he rnglng on Too Slow. Mars And millions of years in tbe "Why has your daughter dropped her future tlje stage of tbe earth will probably lie set for a similar tragedy, Kor. hospital work so soonV "She found shu'd lmw to nurse poor to the eves of the overlooking gods (to tbey Inpatients for two year change a little Shakespeare's flgurei: trusted her with any millionaires. So Alt the skv'a a atone. And alt Hit worlds and nuna are merely she's going on tbe stage In a musical comedy," Kansas City Journal. Hctora. consld-'erutlonsjbart!-telabow-ever. e Turkish Names. i On our visiting list are Mrs. Hyacinth., Mrs. Tulip, Mrs. Applctree and 1 Mrs. Nightingale am also happy enough to possess tbe acquaintance of Mrs. Sweetmeat. Mrs. Diamond. Mrs Air though some know ber ns Mother Eve Miss and Master The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis '1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm ' 1.78 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The kepubijcan una uany uwensooro inquirer..: 3.60 O'boro'Meaeenger . 1.7&V The Republican and 1.78 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... 1.60 The "Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 .. fl.SE 1.60 i t Twice-a-We- ek " w Address all orders to "THE REPUBLICAN. r . I YOUR Letter Heads 'Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes f : : And Statements Cards other printed forms are given Attenton : Special Republican In The : Job Department. You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardul is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking I -- GarretC P. Rervlss In New York T Jour-U- . liwitllMKMHlfc'YJrSkto I l!li.. FZWtfi--ll Imi r an 1bM AkM'nulrlllMtrM?'1mBfBi - ar alontlM iok(. iM, tur wfgdn.il. '.tW4 tyH.ill-b- v IbsWU f MiifMAM. luw Yanr If Mttltv frM N ' Utility. a fly, anyway?" asks ' pa exchange. Well, if tUere Is only one out and It happens to be a long one It will scorv a.iaun from third. Detroit Free Dross. '"Of 'what use Is . liiXB ' ttntimn. otUL photo or 'M ytt rttlti far IMMtteft tfur miii rfMiK' aWais?sffl-E- ? V'YvHVi3a&3ses-&aI InSwW T32l7Wi.rM ""SJ'T. bW.IOUIal4fc . wmv . w ft MtUlli.nM. NfUftf tfM Foldlna Coat. Here Is the way to fold n man's cont wowi you wnnt to pnt-It in a imix k. Lay the cost put perfectly Mil.-- HJBBIfM e up .Nprpiui tne s'eeven OUt StflaaBBBBl then fold them buck tn tkf the bottoms of the cawftMrrs? n with the voiuir roiu IM MBf tfcuit.k 'iiml iIoiiIiIh the coat ovw.Maaa It on the tenter sen in Baanath out' all wrinkles nnd lay it nn surfaee In tho trunk CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: ,4Mhtak Cardul is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before 1 began, to take Cardui, I was, so weak, and nervous, and had such awful dizzy, spelteand a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as. strong as 1 ever did. and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardul today. Sold by all dealers. ' ?vrs! tjgr - , , t iW Usual Result Sllllcus-- Do you believe that two caa'ilve as. cheaply as one? Cynlcus Well, after (bey get married I suppose tbey generally Ond tbey have to. rbiladelphla. fteoord. If a thine Is proMr nnd possible to nan. deem It attainable by thee. Marcus Aurellus. t Has Helped Thousands. &&rXiJ Half tkeoy of lire Is In little thluss taken on tht run -- D.nlil Starr Joidau ltL , fe?' w J JoSEe '-- aana a-- -, - ,mR- - Stf 'r'"ri JW nan t rr. """ .iiuaKh'.iik wv . tt Edge, It W. S., 1 Hlncs, A. G Hamilton, J. Mldklff, C. l C. C. Mldklff; 72 08 n.". 11., 73 03 a . a,... ,..'. 10.84 Whltlcr, C. II., 7.50 Ford, 16.44 106 a 20.53 20.01 12.71 5.30 4.0(1 a NO. 20 P. A., AEr.NAVJLLE. iiiiimi 7 HOUSEKEEPERS Must be Watchful For great efforts are being made in this vicinity to sell baking powders of inferior class, made from alum acids and lime phosphates, botH undesir- e able to those who require cream of tartar baking powder to make clean and healthful food. high-grad- 1 lot Ralph, Lono, 51 a Ralph, Julia A., 29 a Wedding, It, A., 37 .a Wlmsatt, Miss Annie, acres Wedding, I!. A., 100 n Morrison, Henry hy.T. M. Balao, ,. , 90 acres 3.60 2 town lota,... C.SG Morris, C. D 2.10 Wlllougliby, II., 1 town lot.... 9.C0 0RISTfflAS TIMES Are t ere and when you visifOwensboro N4on't,fail to see NO. c.05 20 49 137 1- Key, D. S., 23 a 990 Oalwrnc, Jas,4A 11.45 a a Obcnchani.liRh, .iS'OS 6.92 2.29 ,r. The official Government' tests have shown Royal Baking Powder to be a pure, healthful, grape cream of tartar baking powder, of highest strength, and care should substitution of any . be taken to prevent the other brand in its place. Royal Baking Powder fcosts only a fair price per pound, ana is cheaper and better at its price than any omeriaking powder in'the world MWitNM'tHW JCTEBESTING LETTER FROM FLORIDA ferred to this part of tlio .State and V. G. D. not to tho state at large. - Notice. Oraigcs, Grape fruit and fish all Kinds ful. Flenti-- .. parties having claims against lh estate of A. C. Loachu deceased, hereby notified to U!e same propof are proven, with me on or before erly January 31, 1!I4. J. I. LBACH, Admr. Contral City, Ky. 23tt AU Remnants. Tausvllle, rin., Dec. 13, 1912. My .tfear llejmLi.lcan readers: How are yti aJl, and how is the weather? Tkls la a fins day here, as pleasant m ever Jiave In our own Kentucky. Laad Sale For Taxes. im Ike spring or fail, but we have aat ias hero. Have had one frost By virtue of taxes duo me, the Kentucky, Schick almost killed tender vegeta-t3a- Sheriff ofr Ohio county, t will on the first Monday In Janu out the flowers are 4n 'bloom ary, Jonuaiy 5, 1914, expose at public Jttke nummer time. HartTkls is a pretty place and would sale at tho court house door in ford, Kentucky, between the hours .Ike ipuch prettier if they would clean 2 p. m. the following .mp the vacant Jots and back yards, of 10 a. m. and may be would add muchtotlwjaanl-juc- r lands or so much thereof as ami, it necessary to produce the sums re 5ndltlous. However, tho people quired, viz: ' &cm to"' bo hoalthy. Have heard of ,-m, Fine Woolen Dress Goods, Silks and all kinds of bright new materials, In serviceable lengths, at strictly bargain prices. REMNANT STORE, 213 Alien Street, Owensboro, Ky. ,r -- .s , -- H".tP :mmm Vl - sickness. This Is a dry town, A have seen only one man who jn.pifrd to be Intoxicated. The people' ire very friendly, Thero are churches hero. We havo attend--- J duiro1 services and Sunday school ,qtt ke Methodist and Baptist church-- s. IVoplo in the country are lck-ia- x ocd packing oranges and grapo One of the. principal Industries here Ja fishing. Tho great fish hous- Js a slisht worth seeing from 7 to 3 o'clock In the morning. The (I brought in are from 6 inches to 3 Cert long and thousands of pounds 3irc shipped from hero every week. JUj fishing fovercoocd off .the first llat l went out. Thero Is a fish rtatlWyl the "toad fish', which Is quick A kite and if you fall to Jerk him -- oat fee will cut your line and if you bhc4A In landing him, he, will swell sip like a toad frog. Then there are the cat fish, which you can Bee by the hundreds, but neither tho cat nor Hoot fish are fit to eat. The b'ood fish axe cauKht far out In tho river in net Tho river js 6 or 7 miles wide aad to sat .water, it Is so clear you eaa see the bottom and can see great -- frrfrr of fWv swimming around. We taws fceen paying 5 cts. per pound rar what we. eat and find It the rhnsrmt meat wo can buy, don't think this xmuch of on Oranges and wsriaailtural country. ij fruit do wall. There U atlU same a, tew aeer, wim mncey fckj of ducks. Hunters say there. vano a graa muy iu inuinw. I am just a "Jew oniy JjRppV m oia ana mis is my ursi. tvEEj fota write, for publication, I krqult for fear I overrun basket. Have aad good wishes for ev- 2u -- sjb4 bov-.ke- sJ fro. NO. 1 EAST HARTFORD. 23.83 Duke, J. D., 13 a Mbseley, Delia, 125 a 11.42 9.85 Sullenger, C. B., C a 9.83 Shaver, J. T., 45 a Schroader, N. A., 30 a Schroader, N. A., 10 a 13.52 Schroader N. A.. 17 2 103.64 Stevens, A. L 385 a Schroader, E., 1 town lot.... 3.15 10.50 Waddoll, H '3V a a.... NO WEST HARTFORD. 2.70 Daniel, J. A., 1 town lot Johnson, Mrs. Anianda,,, 1 lot 1.28 4.80 King, D. V 1 town lot Patterson, Mrs. M. E 1 town 7.68 .' lot -, NO. 3 BEDA. ' -- 5.60 BartleU, C. H., 2G a Hoover, L. C, 155 a 19.20 Hoover, L. C, 5 a.., 16.50 Leach, E. J 120 a McCormlck, B. F. and H., 2u0 39.42 acres 6.60 Nelson, T. H., 58 a 4.95 Park, Jno. H 16 a 4.95 Travis, N. G 20 a NO, SPRINGS. Ashby, O. h. and II. M.. 30 j jh M- ,.. Autry. Jno. F., 35 a Crkaer, H. F 41 a Chappell, J. D., 40 a CaappoJJ, Laura ii.. M a DoKon, Klaier, 80 u FlUhugh, Jones. 120 a HUiea, C. C.,v50 a ,.... King, F. S., 1 a..... Miller, J, E 65 a.., ,. Peach, A, Jl, C a v........ Wright, Jm. H I'M u. Wedding, C. L.. ,100 u ,.. 1, 1 9 a Wright, J. H.. 88 u WlUto, NO. 6 MAO AN. , Uaughn, C. B 30 a UauKha, V. It., acres,.., Ashby, H.M., 6.22 15 a..... 6.a 5.75 ,7.50 8.80 12.00 9.88 22.45 6.W 4.30 8.80 4.90 14.00 10.00 2.91 J .... a. 2.3d Bean, MriJCTS by C. Ii. Ucan Austin, 258 at.;." 14.32 330 Butler, J. l., 3J a..... 105 a W. M 9.85 Copago, 10.14 Embry, Porryman, 30 a! 7.50 Ford, B. B., 23 a 9.36 Leisure, Ethol, 2S a 5.00 Johnson, Joa.c It., 36 i 8.81 atratton, J. P.. 30 a 30.36 Miller, J. M., 130 a 18.20 Wallace. C. D., 180 a Mitchell, Arthur, 1 town lot.. 0.36 SPRINGS. NO. 8.78 Solf, A., 3 a 4.33 Aknls, J. A., 76 a 10.23 White, C. C, 60 a Uryaiit, A. L.. 2 n 6.5C 22.10 Wilson, E. E.. 23 a Brown, C. R.. 260 A 4.86 Young, Jim, 75 a 10.17 Benton, J. L., 12 a 8.81 NO. Davenport, A. S., 100 a 10 a.... 2.51 Williams, Mrs. Kimna, 75 a.. 4.22 Dodson, Mis. L. 16.87 Eldson, C. J., 100 a NO. 8 NORTH ROCKPOIIT. . W., 19'J a, 1 town Jowell, Anderson, V. L., 63 a, and 1 , ".... 27.17 13.40 lot town Jot 12.71' Bratclier, Green, 1 town lot.. 4.20 Mayflold W. II., 143 a 8.75 14.20 Smith, Mrs. Savlllo, 37 a Brown, L. B., 60 a NO. 21 BAItTl.BTTS. Ashby, Margarot, 1 town lot,. 4.2S Mrs. Mary A., 20 a.... 1.40 Fungcrson, Francis, 1 town lot 3.19 EV"-'- y, 7i98 Funk, T. E., SO a 6.2 Heck, K. C, 1 town lot 7.30 Hock, Nannie, P., 1 town lot 4.37 Funk, C. T., 60 a 4.9G 1).. 17.70 Oray,. W. a...., Laton, Mrs. Jcsslo It Landrum, lsom, 2 town lots.. 8.42 Wostcrfleld, .Mrs. Mamie, ; 62 a 2..b 7.86 Miller. Henri'. 1 town lot.... 7.06 Wcsterfleld, J. H., 97 a 5.31 NO. 25 IIKFLI.S. Turicy, Ed., 1 town lot 19.19 W. C. SO a Tlnslcy, M. L 1 town lot.... 4.28 Bradsh-6.91 4.86 Eaaton, Albert, 60 u Tlchenor, H. A., 33 a 14.k6 Hefner, Jame 69 a ROCKPORT. NO. 6.27 , Benton, J. P., 1 town lot.... 7.06 Hctlln, J. B.. 23 a 4.87 11.35 Johnson, Etta, 100 a Bratcher. J. W.. 61 a 4.96 Brown,. Mrs. Emma, 139 a.,.. 8.68 Ixyd, Jarrctt, 30 a NO. 26 CERALVO. Curtis. J. E 23 4 a, 1 town 29.60 Allen, B. T., 50 a lot '..... 10.38 .. 8.20 6.89 Roebrtson, C. D., 25 a., Douglas, J. L.. 20 a .. 10.53 5.50 rilford, Emory 46 a Jonos, J. M10 a 6.S9 NO. 27 POINT PLEASANT. Parrot, Sam, 50 a... .. 20.38 7.28 Miller, S. A. (N. R.) IK Ross. W. C, 33 a. ... 18.60 8.02 Reynolds. C. W., 100 a. Robertson, P. A., 2 a ... 7.96 8.85 Wright, W. H.. 11 a Smith, S. II., 80 a 1.44 Welch Mrs. B. M., 1 towil lot4 4.77 2 a.....' Vinson, John T., NO. NO. 10 SELECT. 7.27 6.12 Bolton, Alex, 50 a Duke, J. H., 40 a...... H. by 7.62 Blacklock, Jas. M., Embry, M. J., 100 a 3.59 7.60 Thomas, 40 a Embry, A. X., 5 a 21.59 4.93 Condcr J. W., 125 a Geary, Arthur, 12 a 8.75 .'. 4.05 Cook, Mrs. Jul I" 70 a... Morris, J. W., 6 a 8.85 Foreman, E. D., 65 a... NO 11 HORSE BRANCH. 5.52 6.22 Harrison, Alex, 1 town lo( 80 a Allen, John, 3.20 5.90 Harrison, Noasant, .57 u. Allen, S. S., 5 a...:, 22.07 6a 5.77 Kirby, E. G E., 45 a Balzo, E. 5.62 3.93 Balrd. Loyd. 2C a Dehart, C, M., 40 a 7.55 5.60 Rogers, J. II., 35 a 50 a Dohart, John, 6.91 50 a 3.30 Sanders, A. E MorriB, Joe, 75 a 4.65 7.50 Wlllett, J. E., 14 a Stovcns, Mrs. Mary,. 10 a. 7.50 NO. 29 RALPH. Stewart, James, 32 a 6.27 Clark, W. W., 150 a NO 12 ROSINE. 4.00 126 a 5.60 Evans, C. M Arbuckle, R. L., 20 a 7.55 4.95 Fuqua, R. B., 180 a Craig. L. C. 20 a 6.33 4.93 Johnson, Charlc), 53 a... Clark, J. D., 30 a 11.42 Mrs. Florence. 15 a.... 2.29 Norris, J. A Clark. 7.57 3.65 Ralph, Dudley, 50 a Craig. Mrs. Thelna, 80 a.., 8.20 5.90 Ralph. J. W.. 67 a Daugherty, C. E., 45 a 5.62 6.60 Russell, F. T.. 40 a Goodwlne, J. H., 35 a 12.07 5.60 Taylor, D.. 60 a Kendall, Coitus, 46 a..; . 14.05 6.90 Wade, G. T., 71 a Kuykendall, Goo., 85 a . 6.69 5.35 Wcsterfleld. J. C, 49 a.... 60 a .Mlnton, M 4.05 Perry. Ollle. 1 town lot NO. 30 PRENTISS 10.05 Patterson, C. N. by J. N. Twoed- Arbuckle, J. D., 3 a 3.60 NO. 31 HERBERT. dell, 88 a 8.77 Stowart, Harry, 60 a Bannon, W. E., 75 a Mrs. Mary a., 100 a 4.85 Blckett, W. T., 83 a Stewar 6.22 BIckott, W. T., 10 a 14.05 Stowart, W. H.-- 68 a , 4.95 Gist, C. D., 87 a Schroader, A. L., 7 a.., 2.30 Gist, C. D., 100 a 11.05 Stewart. Mrs. S. H 2 a 10.70 Hobbs, E. G., 69 a 8.00 Taylor, S. 1., 100 a 7.50 Harbours, H Taylor Truman, 8 a 85 a 10.1J Hasklns. W. H., 43 a Taylor, W. C, 83 a 5.45 NC 13 EAST BEAVER DAM. 8.70 May, Lon, 96 a.., 4.20 Miller, Mrs. Ruth, 1 town lot 3.24 Payne, J. T 18 a Poole, Geo. W.. 97 a, 1 town NO. 32 ARNOLD. 14.28 Cook, Walter, 80 a 6.90 lot 24.60 Cook. R. E., 80 a Phelps. W. B.i 104 a 11.60 NO. 14 WEST BEAVER DAM. 5.25 Daugherty, Park, 15 a.... 8.80 Ferguson, Mrs. Bloda, 130 Hodfes, C. P., 65 a i 4.85 Rhoads, D. S 1 town lot.... 8.18 Koown, J, W 80 a .. 8.55 7.60 Maiden, C. U., 60 a Taylor, Bill, 1 town lot 6.90 6.25 Tiohenor, C. M., 1 town lot.. 11.50 Renfrew, W. L., 100 a.... 5.50 Tllford, Mrs. S. M., 1 town lot 1.60 Renfrew, J. N 30 a NO. 15 McIIENRY. 4.00 Smith, R. L., '12.ii 5.84 Bailey, Alonzo, 45 a NO. 33 RENDER. , 6.61 Burton, E. G Hawes, Ollle, 1 town lot by i. L. Burtbn, 5.85 7.05 Hawes, Sam II., 100 a 1 town lot ....' Likens, J. R., 1 town lot.... 5.62 Fulkorson, Mrs. Mary, 60 a.... 6.12 Penman, Frank, 1 town lot.... 4.21 Fisher, James, 1 town lot.,.. 5.95 Robertson, R. D., 1 town lot.. 3.82 ADDITIONAL LIST. 11.43 Greer, Thomas, 93 a.. . Rowe, O. K., 1 town jot 7.33 Greer, Thomas, 48 a,...' Raines. Robert; 2 a j., 12.95 Stowart, Charles, 1 town lot.. 5.42 Green River Coal & Coak 4.35 Trail, Virgil, 1 town lot by E. S. Render, 2 town Wakeland, Geo. C, 1 town lot. . 5.42 , ,... . v. 2.30 , lots 4.85 Williams Mines Amusement Co. Hatcher, J. W 20 a 6.62 Loney, L. B 1 town lot 187 a NO. 16 CENTERTOWN. ' ,. 13.45 Lonoy, L, B., 66 a.,, , 6.70 Ward, J. W., 60 a 9.45 , Barnard, L. T., 10 a ,. 2.25 Dexter Heirs, by Sam Everty, 17 Bartlott. W. S., 60 a , acres .3.25 Wrlfht, Charlotte, 2 town lots 1.65 H1U, H, J., 18 a 5.05 King, Jesse R., 118, 1 town lot 24.70 I. 6.00 Maddox Heirs by W. 0. Bolton Sanbach, Roy. 50 a,.., 3.22 Hardwlck, Mrs. W. O., 1 toirn 16 11.60 Maddox, Mrs. Mecie, $5 a.... 35.16 lot f Render, Mr. O. A., 140 ..,... 19.00 Ford, J. T 60 a ,.. 8.60 Stogner, J. B (N. R.) 60 a..., 13.14 NON RESIDENT L1STJ ,..,. 3.60 Wade. L. B., 1 town lot...... 6.30 Allen, T. II., 80 a Whaton, V. B 40 a 1 town Buckley, Mrs. Olive, 40 a..... 10.70 jot 8.30 Woelu, Maud, 1 town lot.... NO. 17 SMALLHOUS.. CaaaMlH. W. L., t. 4.35 Csombtiw, W. L. 36 a Bard, Charlie, 1 town Jet.,.-,..: .16.15 4.T5 Stcaraman, Mary A., 50 a. . . . 4.35 CriMMS, K. W. 5 ft NP. 18 EAST FOJtDSVlLLK. Graat 3- 446 Mv4Ha, JG. j., i Crowe, S. Jl., 67 a.; 4.M iwmmmfi buihi a,., w 4.75 Duvall. J. W 81 a.., 7.(4 at. u.. i wwi wt.(. Head. B. J., 40 a.,.,.., a' OOL 1- -4 w, 3--1- -2 NO. 6 CROMWELL. I Mre. V. 0N. .., STEITLEH HARDWARE CO. g S For Toys, Dolls 'Fine Ciitlery, Rogers and Your B Rex Silver Knifes, Forks and Spoons, Toilet Manicure Sets, iickel Bakihg.and Chafing Disti- esr Coffee Penolaters and thousand other things suitable for everyttdy. PRICES RIOHT! Siteitltir Hardware Co. 109 W. MAIN-STREE- T VlOWENSBORO, 'KY. 111 .. . - - i , b ' children; it's daddy talking.' I I "Yes. Jim: we are all well ana tne children have been real.eood. How Coming home tonight? have you been? That's fine! It will be good tosee you." The business man who is obliged to be away from home brings joy to the family circle bv cheery words overthe loner dis tance Bell Telephone which keeps him always in touch with home conditions. ' When You Telephone Smile TlrUSH, I's Daddy Talking t Cumberland Telephone " 1 and Telegraph Coinpany 119 SOUTH (Si ' Wym'mm' INCORPORATED. PRYOR STREET, ATCAfjTfr 6Cf(l1 Cross Um only on back Rod '..,, y oochl Not good' far postage! " oanually- - by tho American Red Iaue4 Cross Society, and sold, toy he jaUlioai all over (he Unltod States to help finance tho camiwign against ConsuwB. Tho proceeds of tho aale. in Kentucky will be uwd In this State,' aad, as far as practicable, la "Supporting vlsjtla tho locality from which tho moay r1m 'iUrived. nurses. Bonding propnylactlc tuppljes and AireoUoas for home care, to consumptives, and establishing open air schools, are some ot the ways in which tha Kentucky fund yiU be spsat. ti'uy Chrlstnias, Saala! f Oae ot mall inattor .cat -- Buy jHilkysi the local agent,?-. t Uste Is one In your town. If there ? .- ' . tmmmWm Is bo MiEWaaKiSO oo aopwaira 'wewagewi or supply your own noo - Address Hk Z.l Campsiga, 'Chrlstaaas Sool by a ipaM . mJrmmii jjnt 4 Capitol Building, Frankfort, . -- Ml .s. r ; Ai Union. W. B., 1 town lot.-COLORioVLIBT.- Bacon, D.. ). f)4ll, Bdwlp, 4 1 ,- a.. W9 Hood. M. B., 12.40 Rusher, G. II., W. O. BKNNKTT. i R jni,;.,,.y-y-gJx.- cye, t, . ii i m a....,..,.. 4 u., ..... I 049149 6.14 Maxwell, Stoaa, 22 a. ,..,,. ..I.. a Wells. J. P., 1 towa tet.J., May, T. W O. 19 WEST F0RD8VILL8. 4.J-- JUlpk, J. F., 5 a.., 8.77 i Censer, John, 4 a.. n... . ...7,15 HaMjo, Wit., 46 a 5,35'Kvnde,r Jas. I.., 80 fc W 35 24 48 a,...,. a...,,.,.,,,. 2M aww,. .v r AjpMnsrVvW Jm C.37 QfV y a Af ft & . .- tt,.i JUl ST "' ? ""T 'Vi,M,h. , - ... - ..,...., VSif I . Borry. AVos 2 iv' vWEj--- Berry rl"a. ,.. Borah, Jsom, v. Collins, Jask, I tiwo- - 1A ?. Davis, Charge, 1 Duncan, Wash. 1 tswa lot.... Eldooa heirs, 1 towa Jt...... Hlnes, Doo, i town lSt...t... Hlnes, Steve, 1 ton let.,)... 3.9 HIom, Mrs. 14a. 1 twr lt.f 3,76 Hocasr. Vas, 1 town Mr.U i.H Jackson, Clara, 7.4 Jackson, Hiwry. 1 t 11 Shr .? n " IH.flEB town lot town let.... ,. nMM,vMaB;t W a.v Baftsngcr, 'Payton, 1 a........ 1 Ku;.lsaMla;l Li. M 1 19. 4.' 6.1 ' ,ff t4MkIts. MWaJ U Tajskr. R3 D.,, L town a......... a 3-- .... ,4.76 f.f J .M ? TaVler, AnfoUse, 1 Ttaitor. A444e,Al town lot. ....v.. town lotr, 1M ttoafey. .O.ii.. aVtei-,'.flaivl- lot.,.. 1 100 1 1 DaVW. OturlM. 1 4 &eH1 m -. im l,tS irmmmi, mww, i -- TairlarOayls. a., M . a.....,.,.. ! 3.89 3.M toatrr VPfVs - H ry , l.lLv u, w....llM''w ,..., nf n.AlJ.s.f i t l.i a" . . Hit i.'' .'.! W.UK. v 'K1' ?ft T. H. M -- ' , , stf'etii B. O:. &, Jj, imp r. T --- JS.' kA.. 'I, C J