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JOHNSON HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914, No. PRESIDENT was placed in tho water. He sumaro as quick as ourselves to ridicule NEW FISCAL COURT IWENSBORO BOY well known citmoned tho follow-ian expression not authorized by cus- SAYS izens as the. Coroner's jury: It. A. tom. I heard much iSaughing over an IN SESSION HERE Rowan, iW. M. Boll, J. A. Johnson, CANNOT BE FOUND expression of a young man, who, evi V. F. Condlt, T. II. Boyd and W. dent has some confused notion of MISTAKE F, Coffman, who after hearing tho tho. conjugation of verbs,, 'saying he re- Has Transacted Much Business evidence and viewing tho body Weidell Williams Absent For had "skunt" his finger; "Skint" ,was turned tho following unanimous vertho authorized word. Swearing is Body Found in Rough River dict: Aid Made Apnoint- q London Month From State Universal with the men, and tho Paper Criticises "We, tho Jury, find that deceasand tho tahlo were no restraints meits. Monday Morning. University. ed, J. Ed. Johnson, camo to his death on iho custom, and yet thcJr Bwear-in- g Policy of Wilson, January 1, 1914, within one ..hundred is irreverent rathor than wicked. yards of Knott's Ferry on Rough If It will not too groat'y shock tho Lexington, Ky., Ohio County Fiscal Court, Th" a Jan. 3. Wendal nerves or tho reader I should Wko to and Coroier's Jury Charges Josb river, from four wounds ck side of tho head caused by some blurt composed of elht magistrates, with WCXlams, student of State university, illustrate tho extreme measure of Intervention is Charged, But DenCrowe With Crime-rriso- ner Instrument, and said wounds, wcre,Jua80 John B. Wilson presiding, has Wen missing from his room and this habit by quoting in abbreviaN- Declares London wo believe from tho evidence, Inflict- mot Tuesday and has been In ses- classes for one month It was learned tion an oath by a mldd.'fc-ageman Harried to Greenville. sion this week. this afternoon when the young man's of good intelligence, of somo wealth ed by Josh Crowe." Spectator. The new County Judge, John B. mother, Mrs. W.-- B. Williams, of Ow- - and of great influence In After tho Coroner's inquest pubhis com Wilson, Is well known !to a'fl of ensbbro, arrived In Lexington and np- - munity. lic sentiment, which had been growBeing twlbtcd In a Joko ponce ana detec- about crying over something, One of th moat brutal and sensa- ing for several days, was at. such a our citizens, and needs no special in- jjijcu ,io vue ho London, Jan. 3. The Spectator, in troduction. He Is somewhere between tive" departments to assist her in f lad- said, with no trace of. anger, "h-!- l tional murders over committed in state tha' mob violence, was feared, fifty and seventy-fiv- o jan article on the Mexican situation years old, and ing her son. orders of. County Judgo and under me cry? L.havo been to d protract- Ohio county, took ifoce on Now declares that the pressure of public When seen Mrs. Williams refused to cd John 1). Wt'son, Crowe was removed a Methodist, also tL Democrat in politics. and G funeralia d Mr. C. E. Smith Bucceeded'hlmsetf talk of her son's disappearance. Year's day at a lonely spot on tho from the Ohio county jail by Sheriff w nnit- w"vrj .v. mm 4 WUI ,U UJf opinion in all the rest of the .world "W.I. soon will force the United States so Young Wiljlams was a niomber of eyes." banks of Rough river, a short Sam Kcown Monday nlcht and placed as county attorney, is a few years distance above tho mouth of Barnott'a In charge of the Jal'cr at Greenville, younger than Judge Wilson, Repubclass in the university, Nobody says please, nobody Bays Intervene In Mexico. crock, ner Knott's Perry. and' was first noticed to be missing a thank you, nobody introduces you to The article declares that President where ! will profbably remain until lican In politics and a Methodist. Wilson mado a mistake, in not asMr. J. "Ed. Johnson, a prominent circuit court, unless ho should in the District No. 1 Ed. Shown, magis month1 ago today, when he failed (to the strangers you meet, and yet these Tamer, who resided on he South meantime demand an examining (trial. trate. Mr. Shown ds a Republican in attend) any of bXa classes. After re- shut-i- n people have many virtues suming that President Huerta woald sldo of tho river on the wutcrs of Johnson was a member of the politics, 41 years old, belongs to the peated absences his mother .was noti- that more favored communities might be the strongest force with whfeb, to bring about peace in Mexico, and Creasy creek aad about one mile Masons, Odd Fellows and Woodmen Methodist church and Is serving his fied by the authorities of the universl profitably Imitate. Tho men are hon- In supporting him accordingly; but it ty, 'and no trace has been found of est,, the women aro from th eccno of the trafedy, was of tho Wor!d, and was popular among lrflt term, chaste, and, In perfectly the reasons, tho victim. He had boon at work for his fellow citizens. About two months District No. 2 Sain W. Leach, Re aim since. ' an way, there exists a understands why Mr. Wilson did not adopt such Mr. Ed. Charlet, who lives near Hof-ll- ago ho .was appointed .deputy game publican, ae 62, Baptist, was form- iWi'alairis Is 17 years o'd, about 5 spirit of good fellowship amonthem a course. on tho North side of the river warden for "Ohio county but so far erly county asetssor; Is serving his feet 7 inches ta.ll. and has. dark hair. that is admirable. "Instead' the article says, "he did for Several das, and on Thursday as known tho exercise of his duties first term as magistrate. When last seen he wore a light Bult A stranger coming amoong them, of fist week .fb on foot for his had not brought hint lri conflict with District No. 3 L. A. McDanlel. Re- Y'ciotbos. If he will adapt hJmseif as nearly what, with all respect, .we mou'tt toy home. He carried with him a shot any one. He was a former, resident publican, 62 years old, Baptist; is as possible to .their manner of life, was the worst thing he could Jsw gun, and a number of toys, which of Daviess county, bora and reared serving first term. intervened ftirtJDa in the Foothills of the wll! be readily accepted as a follow done.to JJe intervening; and pretesded bo he depredatwere precscnts to his Children from in the Andersonvllle neighborhood, District No. 4 R. C. Tlchcnor More cultured coramunltiec not citizon. 'CMtnherlaad Mountains. Mrs. Chariot. He reached the river where his mother, Mrs., Amantha Democrat, 47, years old. Baptist; wait for iho stranger to dIsc3os3 ed bloodshed and anarchy, and yet her No cart of .the earth's surface, how his about 11 a. m. and having no way Johnson, still resides. He la surviv- serving first term. character before extending, very would neither stop it himself' sor to cross ho applied Jo Mr. Arthur ed by his wife, who" was Miss How-le- y, District .No. 5 Wlnson Smith; Re- ever disagreeable or perilous to hu- - heartily, their confidence, but here le.t any one e'se do so. ' .Nance, i life, has deterred a -- hardy peo who resides near Knott's daughter of .Charles Howeyi of publican; 46 years od; belongs to' the stranger needs only .to adapt "The only way left for .the" United llcrculaneum their frank familiarity to become States is for themselves to restore Terry for his boat, and having ob- Llvcrmorc, andslx chL'drcn. illo also the Christian church; is serving ple from settlement, wasT buried under .the molten lava tained permission therefor, ho wont has one, living brother;, Mr. Arch his first term. one of them. These people are in- order In Mexico." The Spectator declares jthat Joint on his way toward tho river and Johnson, District No; 6 W. S. Dean, Re- of,, the fierce Vesuvius, but its cltl telligent, honest and virtuous, and and three, sisters; Mrs. i, fortunate enough to escape with If Jliat was tho last time he was ever James Stpgner, Mrs. Anthony Phil publican; CO years old; Baptist; ha linked to the outside world by action by other powers .with tho Unseen a'.ive. lips, of uentertown,- and, Mrs. Al- been a member of the Fiscal Courts their lives, hurried back to build a railroad, would, within a few years, ited States in Mexico is impossitfe. the United, State When night came on and Johnson bert King, of Davlssa4eounty. His several years ao, and has represent- upon Its ruins tho city of Pompeii, rank with the best citizenship of the and' .that dld-Bo- t will blVe to act' acne or me- -. ed Ohio county in the House of Rep- - which shared a. like fate. Galveston state. Wat-toreturn home It did not avrm remains the J. H. THOMAS, waif, swept off the map by a tidal rlfice'the Mpnroe doctrine, ".which his , family, because they did not Creek cemetery Tuesday after rcsantatlves. Narrows, Ky. it Is not likely to do," The aiei hnow. Just ybcii to expect him. Tho noon, the uumi ceremony using con District No. 7 B. F. Rice, Repub- - ware and. within three days carpen-feippan- d .. j says, that it would prove rather, sa years old; Baptist; serving masons were busy rebuild next day, however, having learned ducted by the Masonic order, of 1Kn, Hoover Schifflette. . si easy conquest for. the United Btatea, ing ths city. Kven the burning rays In .some way that he .had Started rvnlA.n,-- n this first term. Mr. Loney Hoover and Miss Edna buC that "conquest iwoulctnbe succeeds District No. 8 B. W. Taylor. Dem-th- e or the tropics anu tne uiisienn home his friends became alarmed aid !Mr. Crowe, who Is charged with were od by a .demand for 'national iade- -' began a rigid search, and with the old, Baptist; serving wlnds of .the. Arctics, fait and tilow sennueue, oota or tnis city, crime, is a son of the Hon. ocn-- ' 50 ' married at the home of Rev. A. B. pendence and accompanied by "rebelterm, upon human habitations. Information at hand It was conceded Cthari.fce; Wesley Crowe, who at one nIs tln Beaver Dam, .Wednesday lion. The rebellion .also would bo that If he had mot with foul play or tlmo represented Ohio county in the! Evry member of the new court is Hut here ampng the foothills of Gardner, cl,ear morning. Immediately after the giving close attention to the duties the Cumberands, foKowed by annexation to the Unitany cause, his House of Representatives, had lost his Jlfe from whero the and a they left for Looulsville on ed States of the Northern States of, body mus bo In tho river. AH day brother of Hon. C. M. Crowe, a proni- - devolving upon him, and they Em- cold mountain streams beat against Saturday and Sunday men .with boats inem attorney of 'Hartford, and who ' Pss one as men much above the av- - the base of the craggy slato cliffs, a short bridal trip. Upon their re- Mexico and the independence of tho and crab hooks searched the river In at ono time represented Daviess coun- - erage occupants of this office, and leaving on the opposite side a nar- turn, they .will make (heir home in remainder of the country under the vicinity where toe was last scon ty In jthe lower House of Reiprosen-tatlve- s. we feel confident that the Fiscal af row taffcy and a less precipitous Hartford. fThe brldtfis the daugh- treaty by which the Washington govfairs of tho county are In safe hands. mountain side, far from river or ter of Mr. W. F. Shifflette, who fa ernment .would and at a point .where his faithful control Alex4a' dog had been aeon running up and They have attended to much routine railroad, men have built homes and engaged in .the timber business here, foreign relations. The Speettftsr Mr. Crowe maintains that he is down the river bank upon tho day he innocent of the charge, knows noth- business, And on .Wednesday morning reared families. In recent years at while the groom is of the firm of thinks even this condition would mBC our last long; and predicts that within disappeared. Every cluo was run ing of Johnson's murder, and refuses Dr. A. B. Rlley county "J.ast, few peop" ihavo moved out of Hoover Bros., and is one of physician for four years. down, hut to no avail. However, on to. ta-.'and less moved into this Isonatod most promising joung business men. fifty years' ono nation of 200,000,600 further. It is rumored that English-speakin- g peopte wll) exMonday morning about 10 o'clock Mr. a pair of bloody overalls has b;en At the Thursday morning session community. A few of the men have Chaitea How.'cy, of Llverroore, Mr. found on, Crowe's boat. It ,1s also as- Mr. Frank Black was elected keeper been to Bowling Green or NashvlKo, Indebtedness of Hartford, 1914 tend from the Canadian border Co Johnson's father-in-lawho with serted that witness Nance has. not of the Almshouse, being' elected upon but' scarcely any of their women and Bonded indebtedness, sewer the Panama canal, with the exception $12,600.00 of British Honduras. others was dragging the river about told all ho knows, concerning the the second ballot. The first ballot children ever saw a steamboat or fund ...: 100 yards .below Knot's Ferry, dis- tragedy, and It Is believed Black, three: for Smith a rallway'.traln, and, strange to say, In conclusion the article says: "in that he stood three-fo- r Maggie .Nail. spite of foolish American talk about-Englis-h covered and puUed up tho body, It wl'K give further testimony which and two Jar Tatum; Tatum being they have, no desire to do so. Those Suit, Miss ko.4 fylng about twenty feet from may clear up the mystery entirety, dropped the second vote stood five people have been so long shut in. by ct al ....$1,100.00 jealousy and so forth talk 300100 so idiotic that one cannot really be shore iln about twelve or fifteen feet when tuo case is brought to trial. for Black and three for Smith, their towering shite hllja that they Mrs. John R. Phlpps, note. 690.08 expected to deny i( the: bulk of pubBy order, of the 'court, the present know nothing and care less about 'Hartford Stone & Con. Co. of water and was in a food state of It is also claimed by friends of John preservation. bal. lic opinion here will be heartily with son that positive proof has been dis- fee of $2 per week was allowed for a great, busy pulsating worid with- Black & B'rkhead, C a;ct 49.20, the United States in their work On Saturday a writ was issued for covered that the killing did not take keeping the inmates, and Instead of out. However in a .materia)!,, way they ". 234.70 .restoring order in Mexlcp. Josh Crowe, who bad boon . tuaktag place 'a tho dinky boat, Jphnson car- allowing the. clothing to be made are, in a sense, prosperous. Thoy Ky. Light ft rwcr Co.. his .homo on a house boat, which was ried an automatic revolver in his at .the expense of the, county, as live in fairly good houses, have good B. O. Barrr' . c ct la Nail "If they do their job weU on tho 46.20 spot and if it is 'entrusted to Ma then located near Kuott's Ferry. pocket, with, cartridges and. also a hcrctofew, it U to be done at the stock and farm machinery. But their suit prosperity is accounted for not so Jr C. Keeley, . 'sewer' in- At that time nothing more' than smattt amount of money. .None of expense of vthe keeper. jor General Leonard Wood It cer- apector 103.60 talnly .will be done .we'l and wisely toward those articles were found when his mere suspicion pointed much ,by production as by frugality. "Morte" Scene Ends in Hot. Excepting .whiskey they indulge In C. A, Brown, sower en- cCrowe, because of tho fact (hat he body was taken from the water. The and in a tru!y Hteil! spirit tie-After one man was hit by a street no luxuries. Corn bread and Bait glneer ,. 100.00 English people wilj be 'not merely Johnson had had a personal on- - examining trial has been set over car and two others were mlracuously pork is the, principal diet. They raise J. D. Duke, note 82.66 friendly in a diplomatic sense, but 1,1 counter some two years ago, and in until Thursday Jan. 15. saved from being run over by auto the corn, and the hogs just grow up S. F. Rlley, note cut 240.00 sincerely sympathetic. which Johnson had severely 56.81 Crowe. It was reported that he had Virf iiia'lrids for Ktraet loose-vtl- t. mobiles the Keystone Movin Picture In the hills where the mast crop Bean Bros., acct fjhey will bo croud of America' Company was forced to cease making rarely falls, and tho men dress in Ky. Light & Power Co.... made numerous threats against the 704.60 successful shouldering of this hug a comedy picture on the main thori ovcra s, changing suits on, Sunday Ohio Co. Drug Co Jilfe cf Johnson since then and was 1.00 piece of the white man's burden." ' Richmond, Va., Jan. 3. Announce oughfare of Los Angeles by the at mornings. In a stay of thirty days Ky. Light & Power Co..., 314.99 also learned that ho was at the homo G00.00 of Nance, who la his nephew, at the ment was made here today of the en tempts of an excited citizen to turn 1 among these mountain, folks 1 saw Jno. T. Moore, S. F. Com Manhnaters Again Fooled. and a riot ta'i , 510.00 time Johnson applied for the loan gagement of Miss Bell Wlllard a' table linen only on Sundays, and Bank of Hartford, note. Bingham, Utah., Jan. 6. A runor Permission had been given to tho in iinis- time 1 did not see a polish- - Bank of Hartford, note.... 104.00 of the boat, and that within five mln- - Kerratt Roosevtrt. Tho girl is he spread rapidly today that Ralph. Lo utes after Johnson Celt going toward I daughter, at, Joseph E. Wljilard.Unit-th- o company to take a. picture entitled ed shoe. In fact I was unable to se- - pank of Hartford, note 994.56 pez not 'only had .been heard in 183.88 Interest river Crowe had atao Jeft tho ed States ambassador o Spain. The "His . Sister's Kids" on Broadway, cure a shoe polish for my awn use Bank of Hartford, mine, but that he 'had 12.10 Loos Angeles. Tho busiest time of Nance homo and gono in the saBiewil'rd home lfl in this city. I take It, but I am reasoning from W. P, MldWff, Jailer .4iia aaitarwwl. A lm .1 A I r v f e i nt nA insaliA .v.w-.w.ftens receelvod hero; by friends of the the day "'was chosen by Director )ana( gy, it hat .the men have wives Ky. Light & Power Co.... 1 ' 105 73 J Crowo was arrested--by8Caled the cllff 'eLa$ on the mountain Wizards brousrht news of tho engage-- T. Mack Senaett, so that he could take ana daughters, but aitnougn my piace Bean Bros, account..., 30 81 S. O. Keown as top closed in on a Mexican., who prov advantage of the crowds for his 8.00 H. Black and broacfot'to (Hart- - Biont. of business was pn a much traveled Henry Bean, account ed not to be the desperado sousjht. Tho wedding, it is said, wlU take 558.10 ford, whore he was guarded Sunday public highway I saw Cees than a Salaries Council, etc., 1913.. It, later was .'earned that Julius Cor- But when a number of his actors dozen .women in tho thirty daya I Ky. Light & Power Co., night, but upoa the discovery of the Plaoe In the spring, probably here, Ma1l.v nn.1 ,1A tur AtliAii ralnoMi home of the WlOards. Miss Wi'- - made up as policemen pursued other spent thero. This seems to be, one Nov.-Dee- ., body Moaday morning he was plac-th- o 1913 ''' said thfiYi had heard Lopez trying to - members of the company down itho spot In the wor-ljVrd, Kermit Roosevelt and his siswhere .women stay ed in Jail. (were middle, of the street they were mis at home and attend to their own t b oii 49 ! break down a 'bulkhead, bad assa When Johnson was taken from tho ter, now Mrs. Richard Derby, Total mo- - taken, tor real gurdlons of the peace business. paid Ky, river k was found that he had been guests of the WlUards 6a a toug .Or. by amoun cllBe." ;siruck a terrific tfow la the back of . tor trip through Virginia and endta aad' the general 'populace joined in It amused me to. note this isolatLight,. & Power. .Co. , . . . . 1,025.00 theUad, with mme bluat daatrur at Hot Springs a uw more than a the chase, ed poop's handling the Enlteh ar ao.A JiUs rWMlard' was a guest Crifflfd For The, aetoaa: beeame excited when language .with a' pitchfork, and yet meat wd' his skull fractured, land Total llf Mil ...$ 7,909.92 thattflie had been hit jn ajt least. 1M winter at the wedding in Now th,vy say; taatVitWy were 'be(ag jjur-- 1 8revas a universality of their ver-Princeton Ky., Jan. 6. Berals Mr. lued i earasat 'by the cltlzeas-'aaupon the top and I'York; ;of.,a)thel RooieyeH to 112,600.00 Yousg, a twenty-yoar-o.three .'ether .nacu'br'Osii' syllable was Ja variably Bonded iadebtedaess youth sf 4 back' of tho lwad, discloslBg the fact Derby, but the romance between the affairs bssaa to assume serious dropped tram B.vwprd of three syua-bje- e City indebtedness .. ,.,.,. 7,909.92 , this county, residing sear, 'the Hop when one of them was and raqueatijr from a word of .that, must have been wardered and Virginia airl and the bride's broth- kins county line, was the vletlm sf ' V ithrewB. in the river, or knocked out . er was not suipecwa. struck by a. trolley ear. $2009.92 aa aeoideat which will jreodor Mat Total indebtedaew three and frequently from R. T. COLLINS. bs ikey .boat by the 'blows, in- KortunatsJ' be was more scared a word of only two; aad H WM Bot a wlpfe for Ufe. In coaspaay w4ta ' ) City Clerk, ; flleted. than bar sad Abe rooognKtea of For uacomnaoa to hear a surplus syiQafcle frtends, Young had beea onasgsd la 4 Oa" Monday afternoon Dr, A. B. All persons having" cUlaw asalnst Stsrllag by a, ssmt.' boy who had ssob added. To Illustrate, everyone spoke, tilling a discarded sua barrel wits . ! Rlley; aeeompaaied by County AWar- -- the estate of Qeo. M: Aiaddox," d- - htm a few huadrod ttmos la Mutual of a JUvery stable as a "delivery", powder and seitfag It oft for tfe ' a p4etresaadyeHd,"Rs the aaevissl" stable. Frew boyhood I had beard of mau O. n fimlh utant in iha miua- r&MMeA. Wlut DMau ''tfaott in' Ftae Woolen Dress Goods, Silks noise It would make. A premature sKr ot the tragedy ad held an laust. on or before February' 1, .1914, or at the o sf als luass broasbt she the East Tsnnasscwns saylBS "wc'-uas- ". aad. alPJdads of bright new auUer-Isistt- ia plosloa rssuUsd ia a severe lassw, xaaiisatioa 0f she. they will be forevsr barred. asar traaedy to a close Just as an "We'uas" is. s doWbt ,a The .doctor's ssrviesable. lesgtai, at strict- ties of his hands, w.lh aesesstsat-e- d W; H. MADDOX, to witaeas was about to ca"l coUoquiaMsm ta some, sarts of the ly saramlB priow. REMNANT STORK wouhbs taflktMl. M V the amputation of bis left haad 4 U 'body' Mt4 Bsbo's Ky. out tac poUse dosarbasst. state but apt ia tats. These people 213 Allan Strest, Oweasboro, Ky, 4bat Hfo was eaUaot wh aad right thuntb. ' ' JHIRDERED MADA flno-sld- on-ba- d ied u ,., - -- -b-ff-hand n, - 1ft p'eftjfcntd't ns -- cer-omo- , J l ..,..' V . - yw tEx-fiherl- ff I . lift. -- i id t, Vl,1f pro-Vsrtie- as s'aifa -- .IrtH. tiais. . i - at . .jjs,nn.H.a1i sM llMsnijfjjJMSSjMny Bowling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY. Ac-counti- v 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. Stcnotypy, Telegraphy, Railroad they multiplied their earning-powe- r English. Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. r h e i i WILD WIND ANTIG The Havoc That May Come When a Tornado Breaks Loose. STORMS PLAY QUEER PRANKS mighty rorce of the wind. Until we know how to control the tornado or find sobe means of baffling It. Its menacing danger must always he a source of considerable uneasiness In the great plain sections of the country. Rut. like earthquake, the tornado and cyclone do not come every year, and sometimes they defer their visit for a decade or so. for which we may be thankful. (Jeorge K. Walsh In Harper's Weekly. PERFECT SPHERES With All His Scientific Skill Man Cannot Produce Them. THE CURVING OF A BASEBALL It Is Possible Only Because the Ball Is The Pleasure of Raising Whiskers. PriooH Homes Have Been Carried Bodily Into Tile enthusiasm of tlio-- e engaged hi Knalent an Imperfect Globe and In CompariVkbbbbbb' tL 1 the Air and Exploded, and Half n ,'Iie cultivation of whiskers Is InspirTerms A son With Its Size Much Rougher Sa vl it it of Building Has Been Swept Away, ing A man with a full beard may In Than the Surface of tho Earth. 9rSBBBBBB?CV SlOO to While the Rest Remained Unharmed. Rut lucid moment shave It otT. 52 OOPac Within ten days The real rea.von why n baseball can rvatcli lilm closely From Tlxe weather bureau nt Washington P. A, STAItCK lie will show signs of returning to hln be thrown so 'that It will describe wontory Direct fTKSIONT tuui tocu collecting statistics tuul fuels CWGfo. VfiHfP' murold life almost as certainly as a about cyclouea and tornadoes for many derer will return to the scene of his derful curves during Its progress through the air Is that every such ball yearn, and the experts have succeeded Magazine. 0"mY..E" has a surface made up of mountains, lu mjciirint; considerable valuable data crime. American jilwiit the IiIk winds; but. after all, the valleys, craters, canyons, gorges, plains We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trlnt. In your Didn't Get a Chance. home. No cash payment required. All e nsk Is that you will pluy upon, uso friiats of the storm are the things that and other Irregularities of the surface anil test this piano for 3D days. It, at ttic end of that time, you do not tlnd It the your son who went to the city that, "Did glv It special Interest, and if all these when the difference lu size Is highest grade, sweetest toned nnd tlnest piano In every way, that you have ever seen foi the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It tuck, and we will. In that v.'cre properly classified some remarka-fcl- e to make his fortune deliver the goods?" taken Into consideration, makes tho event, pay the rMcht both ways. This Starck Piano must make Rood with you, "No. He was caught with them bereading would be furnished. Every surface of the earth seem like plate or there Is no sale. fore he had n chance." Houston I'ost. c Tixltatlou of a tornado adds to tills glass. Eat Payments Savi $150.00 or Min storehouse of queer freaks. If It were possible to make a perfect The greatest pleasure Is the iwwer to You pay no rath down, but after 19 iliyt We tlilp direct to you from our factory, (t Doing well depends upon doing comIt is not uiicoiutuoii for the whirling sphere If it were possible to make a give It. prkv that urc you upwjrdi o( $1S0.04 in the of trial, jou ran begin payment on the low rat, eaiiett termt erer fummtpd by i plan cost of your piano. We guirantrv to (unilih wind to cut a house In half, demolish- pletely. Persian Proverb. baseball with an absolutely smooth suryou a lxtlcr piano for the monry than )ou on manufacturer. Theie termt are arranged to . ing one side aud leaving the other unface and an exact sphere no pitcher wcure elwwhere. You are atiurrd of fult your eonrcnlcncf, and It It pottlble for you to bey a pjino (or your home, without This happened In an Iowa State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) a utitfactory cwect toned durable hlg") crad; disturbed In the world could make it curve. The Wonderful Cough Remedy. mit'lrg th miney. . piano. )ss. very best pitchers baseball has ever Lucas County. tornado, and the part that was left t Frank J. Cheney makes oath that known or probably ever will know Dr. King's New Discovery Is known so little disturbed that the Guarantee Player-Plan- et 2m1-HaBargains tctk ou the mantel coutinued ticking, ho is senior partner of the firm or; C0U(1 not mnku the ball Uevtnte u linlr'tt everywhere as the remedy which will Kmy Stare!: Vhm It Starck I'Jjycrt'lanot are piannUvJ for IS jrart. e late cmulantly on Iml au U uotblug had happened. P. J. Cheney & Co., doing business breadth in Its (light, the t ani meet beautisurely stop a cough or cold. D. P. Thli guarantee liai luck a Urge immVr of tl.htly utcl ful Player I'iannt on the In the Texas town of Sherman, in the City of Toledo, County and j Aud so while It Is partly In the art of It our 35 ynn of plan-and arconil hand planoi of aH market. You will be nprrl,nci ami the repuMindard malei taken In ex. which was visited by a tornado In State aforesaid, and that said firm or knack the professional pitcher has Lawson of Eldson, Tcnn. writes: with the many tation of nn old titabliihtd, for new Starck i'isnot fetturet of thete ISM. two houses were picked up and wW ray the sum of One Hundred f holding nnd releasing the baseball "Dr. KlnR's N'eV Discovery Is the . rnpouilble piano house. and The folbw. wonderful Initmmentt, ami tnc are a frtr (ample !u:plni! carried Into the air. where tbey nlll le pleated with the ,t r.r as he throws It. It Is also due to the most wondertul cough, cold nnd i, auu 50 Free Musio vuiuitd tn. i.um iui gi;j tJG tery low prices at which Every one in them was severe- iuin YcbtT $110.00 flict that a baseball has a wonderfully they can le aecwrcJ. Lessons Stelnway 92.00 ly Injured except a baby, which did not Catarrh that cannot be cured by the rough surface against which the air throat and lung medicine I over sold Piano Boo!: Fret Chlckcrlng To every 0003 tlnsrr of gives it the in my store. It can't bebeat. It Bd'ls rewire so much .as u scratch. A man use of Hall'H Catarrh Hire. catches uud turns it that Starck l'lanoj, we gitr (rre Biid today for our new Kimball 05.00 S i-FRANK J. CHKNEY. jHJiing a cow In u shed saw the cow curve. without any trouble at all. it needs muile lewni. in one of llluttrateJ pland 195.00 tiojlt which tflret you a Starck the beat known atbooll In Sworn to before mo and subscrlbami ttlicd carried up In the air, Jut ho It you pass your hand over a plate no guarantee." This Is true, becauso Chicago. These leuons yen Itrgs amount of InformaSornl for our titett complete was not mo much as touched. Not a cd In my presence, this Cth day of glass It moves smoothly with nothing Dr. Kings New Discovery wiu reran take In ynur own home, tion regarding planoa. Tblt sccoad hand bargain Hit. by null. TI1I3 repretcnti lvik- will Interrtt and slop ot the milk In his pall was spilled December, A. D. 18SU. to retard it. If you pass your baud lieve the most obstinate of coughs. one year! free Instruction. pleaie yoi. Write today. or disturbed. over an unpinned board you can feel and A. W. GLEASON, 1343 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO colds. Lung troub'cs quickly P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. lu the St. Louis tornado of the same Notary TubMc. the roughness splinters we call them. helped by Its use. You should keep year a carpet in the parlor of one house Hall's Vou cannot move your hand as easily Catarrh Curo Is taken In nvni. Hio luiitnl. Tlila lu the Miinut nrin. a bottle In the house nt nil times for tcu pulled up by the twister and carall tho members of the fnml'y. 50c. WHY NOT ried away a few hundred yards with-oo- f ternally, and acts directly on the cp,e wth tuo baseual. Ti,ere s MAKE A MONTH ko much as a rent being torn in It. b.ocd and mucous surfaces of the roughness In its surface that catches and $1.00. All Druggists or by mal'. lu the air nnd forces one Bide about or H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia xThc lacks had boeu pulled up as neatly system. Send for testimonial free. 50.00 a Week, almost $10. a Day xan if extracted by a careful carpet F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. retnrds that side. This has but one or St. Louis. layer. result to make tbe baseball lcavo its Sold by all DrugSists, 75c. Selllnc; Victor 8nfc and boxra In another house the bedclothlug and to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and Take Hall's Family Pills for con- straight course, aud In doing this It deHV ApapppMpj farmers.all of whom realize the need mattress were lifted from the bed, aud stipation. scribes a curve. of as.tfe.liut do nut know how easy ttlstoown I was left Intact. A This does not detract in the least one. Dalesmen declare our proposition one of lhi ninuiy-maklithe best, clean-cu- t opportuniwas carried through the roof of from the cleverness of tho pitcher who Soaking the Clothes. For Infanta and Children. ties evil1 recclted. Wllliout pretlotis house with the bed and drop-jk- ! can so accurately Judge his muscular Mrs. Browning had a new domestic another call duplicate the success of others. Our handsomely tllustrntt-cataloc a uarler of a mile away without named Agnes control as to mako n baseball curve up !Ji9 Kind You Have Always BouM will enable vou to ureeuiit th mMcrt mm,. 'injury. The mattress saved him In the 'Agnes." said the mistress, "did yon or down, right or left. Rut the fact toiuers la as tntcrustltiK a iiisiiiierss though you were piloting them llirougli our factory. Slvn aptwlated as ajeara luo of pat the clothes In soakV" SfVf f? fall. :ind he picked himself up In a remains that It Is the roughness of the sa csmi'ii nnd Instructions for ut lot to dress without knowing "01 did not." answered the girl. baseball that makes all his pitching Slgnatuit of 4CC4ti conyuiLii rcieho advice to wuieii Hfromlmpolb rlltni;a sales, KhIiiK customer to deny. Why k uikiiiK points is for nropeitUo rlou't YOU bo the, tTrst apply your vicinity before someone happened to him. possible. what had "Did you want me to. muni?" cleverness ci.cb the lrrltoryt Wo can favor only one salesman out of each locality. ! Tbe '"twisters" have been known to "Why. certainly." was the reply. Take a brand new league bull lu ., . mcMii anniversary oi our i. .ix pull uails out of shingles and then go compiny wat celebraled l.y S?iX',- -. r .i.oaKF .. . V sJ your hand. It looks to be a perfect "Very well, mum." said Agnes w "I 'JmiCJ rj Forest Notes. nrt lit if Ihu hmal mihlasn str.t J. rmiM factory In the world. ou to. pick up a chimney bodily and About two hours Inter Agnes pre- sphere that Is. absolutely even and men wlto receUed our carry it through the air. In Kansas sented hefself to her mistress Tho forest products .'aboratory nt uniformly round and as "smooth ns special nelllin( inducement, our picked up a buggy and landed It In "01 hev put tlilm clothes in soak, glass." And It may be as smooth as .Madison, Wisconsin, hna made 4,000 remlrred necessary todoubl our on I put. We are spriidliu; She branches of a tree. At another mum." she said, "but the pawnbroker glass, for gla.ss also has a rough sur- tests en th strength of American many thousands otdolturt ri lime it ripped the harness completely wild give me only chew dollars on the face. largiugour sales orgaiilutlou woods. but to learn all tutrllculars. It dir a horse-- aud left horse, buggy anil whole oitlrlt Here be th" money, an' most powPtlt a baseball under the vtlllcoHtymi oofy the price f man uninjured. In Louisville, lu ISiK). it's sorry 01 am that ye bees ho humid erful microscope, enlarge It microscopia xiostal card. Tho gathering ai(d selling of ncrons a tornado carried the roof oil' a house up." Harper's Magazine. cally 10,000 diameters, and what do Is a now Industry, In Arkansas, to ' AsHor Catalogue 16 T. mid pulled a child from the mother's you see? The very thing mentioned in arms and carried It wifely to another The supply eastern nursery 'firms with tho (list paragraph of this article. "Sapsy." THE VICTOR iiouHti Ix blocks away. "At Liverpool street station. London." surface Is rough, it looks like the material for forest planting. Bat these are merely among the said an American. "I asked a booking landscape In tho Alps or Yellowstone SAFE & LOCK GO. harmless freaks of the big wind. There clerk whether he could tell me Thirty different wood prcserwi-tlve- s park or any other rough section of the are others more liuarlreiullng. It has K.ipworth was. Ills answer waswhere earth. It has peaks, ranges, ridges, uso In the aro In commercial that Our New Home. Capacity 20,000 Safes Annuslly. Cln'CINIJAII, OHIO dismembered human beings, tearing lie had ue.-c-r valleys, plains and holes, gulches and United States; ninny of tlwm utUlzo h ml of such a place. atrtn and legs from the body, and "Hut." I urged. "Is not that the way all sorts of uneven places, and if tho creosote of ono soit or nuoUicrr; othtvrtaliHl the hair or women Into ropes. the country people pronounce earth could be made as small as a ers; rcqulrtchonilcal salts. It iliovo a piece of In Kaunas "No, Indeed." he laugh. baseball It would be practically it perfluckbee's "Full ot Life" Northern Groan six Inches square through the body of Ingly replied Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of years of "They tall It S.ipsy." fect sphere and absolutely smooth. a bog. At another (line It blew In the Last year tho forest servlco dis- iucccsilul seed growing behind them. jt pays U The . It This is becauso tho highest mountains National . Weekly ilixir of a I'm niter's bouse aud carrlul willow cut- Olaut the Iwst. Specialties: tcaionable of tho earth aud the deepest vnlleys tributed 11C.000 basket Kipling's Response. (inner away on the door, to drop the B12ANS . would be millions upon millions of tings; 13,000 to fores: Bohools, 20,000 Tlie C'ltitab. the Cambridge univerEarliest Red Valentine . Jj 50 Bushel him lu the branches of a tree. The Refugee Kxtra Early . Buthel sity weekly, onced asked Itudyard Kip- times smaller In comparison with the to ftsrlcuV.ural exjKrlnicnt utatlous, i tornado did not hurt him, but he broke ling to N:w Strlngless Cretu Pod , Sj.7o Uuthet contribute to Its columns, in rough uneven places ou a baseball If iiud !U,000 to Individuals. Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax $4 50 Bushel his neck falling from the tree to the Davis New While Wax . , Until this year Bushel -either the earth were reduced to tho it'sponse came the folKnvIng ivply: f.rimnd Currie's Rust rtoof Wax . Hy Bushel Collier's has been blze of a baseball or a baseball enlargThero once was a witter who wrote, Moro. than 800,000 horsopowor has No one has succeeded lu measuring PEAS sold at $5.10. Now "Dear Sir -- In reply to vnur note ed to the size of the earth. Kxtra Karly Alaska . . . Jj 50 Bushel been doveJoped from streams on nathe full force of a tornado, but It It the price is $2.50 New Early Gradus Of date. Jjjo Bushel If this were not true tho earth would tional government Horsford's Market Garden . ij.50 Bushel anilv.chatcsecurcil known to travel at the rate of -- 00 "forests under nm sorrj t Htnlo not revolve so regularly upon Its axis. Uuckbee's Llgbtulng Express ts 00 Bushel a concession t hereIt's no tsooit at ttie prices you quote." inltivi and iuore.au hour. This represents the outLettuce, Radish. Tomato and a full line ot would perforin an "In shoot" or It by we jean offer it Tornadoes are exciting more general of lowest b:eds, l'l.ints and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. curve off through put under conditions at- a still further "out shoot" and Stnd for complete catalogue or submit a list ot Gymnastic Stunt. attention than formerly because of the your requirements and will quote prices. strcamtlow. reduction in conHarbour Vou heein warm. Have you space. greater number or towns and villages Buy direct from the grower Save Money, nection with this Even the billiard ball has a surface Write today. Mention this paper, been oerclslngV Waterman Yon Intainted lu the tornado belt. Hach ' publication. Florida buttomvood, a. tree confinone Is more dangerous than Its deed I went to the unite's' dance nnd much rougher In comparison to Its size Special Offer to Our Readers predecessors because It Is apt to Hud swung dumb belles around all evening than the surface of the earth, and wo ed largely to Jhp keys alonjj tho iaWB.ckbc.SI., kockford Sera Fsrms. Rockford.H' refer to a billiard ball as about the south ccast, It la very highly prized more human material to destroy. For- -- Michigan (largoyle. KeroKiiltiiur the great demand for CoW.r'a at smoothest thing known. "As smooth for uso in cooking op ship'? gal- might travel half the length merly It Hie new price, wo have made arrangements to ' irer it and iiur . wn publication each one jcar ns u hllllai-ball" Is a w.ell known anything Meteorological. of a continenttowithout finding grass, H hums a'ow.'y with an oven lor the ,,ric of C'er'talone. Thli U a limited biime reason Unit u destroy except I called on Vnllle-V!-ieii oner and mutt bo taken ad vantage of promptly. ,Jn U path 'ella Inst simile. For the baseball coUldroVbO1" alld " .B,noU' oerfoc'tlv,. smooth but. '" u CURE . , LUNCS ttvofi'nnd oeaslonally the crops of a eve she acted toward me like a weath: ... aali. What Ycu Get 'm Collier's nil Hairy fanner. Today. K It followed er forecast Wnrdle How was that? curved, a perfectly smooth and per tr route, It might pitbs over a Wallle Fair and very cool. Kansas fectly round billiard ball cohld not be CalCflr's the name Is (lis on big. Independent, fesrle s Orlcsby's that do- ' ) o! the wlolc country. Not only is it Oie iniido to cnrvMin the table. It would with t dozen .village and tow us City tr. "olou8 ,lvcr 8'rU1'' hag displaced euod ciiucu's handbook Liu it is alio a not take "English." us billiard Players The only thing that can possibly nnztiine lor the whole family. Among Ilia In nearly ovory home. Good .tilings that a car's subscription civet atci Quit Calomel;' It Is uangorous. Try call It when they make a ball go for- - calomel break the force of a tornado Is a rangii and children alike. Ask It may creats wild Grlgsby's ward and then roll bnekwnrd or lu nny for grown-up- s o of mountains. that vege-tabj'1000 fditorUI, . lD2y J, II. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 000 N.w. Photos havoc among tho trees ond bowlders '41 liver sjrup guaranteed to pro- direction Just by tho manner In n'hlch ' 250 Short Arllcl.s ' of n mountain, but It cannot carry the they strike It with a flinlkeil cue. i r ISO Short Stories results than calo- duce : Tills fact of roughness emilug'-lJo IUO llluttralcd Fsaturcs mountain Itseir away. 11 win uproot AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. 'mel. It Is ' absolutely harmless ami tsplu IjiH'oiticri all ton evident when 'a 2 Compl.U NotslsiVgiant forest trees. Mick the water from FOR. FLETCHER'S QUARANTINED S ATISFAOl'OKYI '. BisrssJT well mid streams, twibt and demolish pleasant to tako. Any child can take player foi'ets to cli.ilU bis ut' mid $2.5(1 .Collier's. I n'Pivri'M'iMSTt rrn'M'inv w. ..M'ArfA, T If the . droit bridge and carry up houses, but it with safety. Ask J. JI. Williams, plays keverul nhots theivartcr Hartford Republican ID-'- y tuo Hartford, Ky. leutbcr,U: of the cue becomes shiny the luouutulns are proof acaluat cue has a very rough surface, and th.s rough surface of the tip of tho cue tits Into the rough projections on the ball, and thereby a ball can bo given a lot of twist. In order to accomplish this successfully, moreover, the billiard cloth nap must bo' new and therefore rough. Xnuiing recent experimentation with regard to tho kinetic theory of gases U Relglau scientist desired to llnd out Fiow perfect a sphere could lie made lu order that by the clashing of these an Idea might be secured of the effect of the collisions of the spherical atoms that mnku up n gas. The project had to be abandoned at last because no mnchlnery could lie constructed that would turn out a perfect sphere artificially, and nature has no perfect sphere of large size In all her many forms of matter. Perfect disks could be tunde. but n round ball was beyond the limits of human accomplishment. New York Amerlcnn. It will slip on the ball. There is no purchase with which It can take ho! 1. Rut, chalk Is sticky stuff, nnd the granules are large, so that a well chalked Starck nnteod LowrittNet Fact ory No Mosey InAdvnnee Sntinfac (ion Gnar ("""a Pianos - 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL val-ijibJ- no-irln- In-ta- u-a- 25-Yi- ar nd tu-i- tli-n- ,.. I'layer-rUnot- '"? p- - -- J $200. - - That's rest-?(!i- ;i CASTOR A Eal &7 m flre-nro- well-to-d- o vac-j- y 1 "'Yim WWe-nwa- 1 SEEDS Si-iU-1- Collier's Qds in Clubs - First Time 1 .... ft H. W. BUCKBEE the ij. -- ICILLths COUGH x, I Dr. King's New Discovery , even-bette- Children Cry CASTO Rl A Ji $2.50 - T Of fiDW.W. SMITH. Pre II. D PAYNE, Sec and Treat J - 9. LRACII, Manager. GENERAJJICKETT. The Friendship Between Him and Lincoln and Grant. A .'?. .?Tr3 I When Your Blood is Right, Your Whole System is Right. If You Have ssa 'ElsHBHHB2aBBBBBBBBiBE ajaBBBasalaBo---' NOVEL BATTLEFIELD SCENE nnTaTaTaTawlaaf BMUKnigB When the Dlua and the Gray Joined In a Birthday Celebration A Meeting With Grant In Washington Lin- coln's Visit to Mrs.-Picket- any Blood or Skin Disease Do Not Delay Until It Is too Late but Order TO-DAY! UBiHS ian',i sln!llisrnK rrPTf araTaTaV. c aar wWu? w arisffy. J9Q KrWiairff BrTrnKy aMMIVl44!! fapK4oW 3aH titWIi - in . FnKHHREne!3rWBflBHBaWata fvdiHI Qaflaw ' RjIt - 1 aaMHa' raaW nsaftv - JfkE :t !db In Mm. Pickett's Introductory diopter to "Tliu Hciirt of Soldier. As Ile-- v e;il oil In .the Intimate Letters of GenS. A," tlieru eral tiuorKu H- - I'lckelt, Is 1111 extremely lutcrl'stlii;,' story. It npiie.ars Unit while tit Itlcliifioml, Just after the surrender, stiu whs kiiiiiiduii- to the dour by n sharp rap. She Klvcs n chnruilue; account of what fol11 H-- - :M a -- THE HOT SPRINGS REMEDY A Complete and Positive Remedy for lowed: Willi my liahy on my nrm I answered the knock, opened the dour mid looked up ct a tall, sad faced 111:111 In III llttliiK clothes, who. with ECZEMA, A.03NTES, -- J"MWaM" lsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH BiBBBBBBBBBBBBBlaBBV BSaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaaM: bibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK SaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTanTl ' HaF IP Oh if? "Ci? . 1 ?& rw-.--i THE E. W. SMITH CO. Incorporated. Owensboro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. Everything in Furniture. Carpets, Rurs, W.ndow Sha'Je?, Matdnp, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators shown in large varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. X-r- . Prompt- - Attention Given Mail Orders. MsntlonThe Republican We Pay The Freight. . n.j: vTVKi4H 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. We ask your business only on the point of meriting your confidence through good . I treatment. Just at present we are conducting a sale on Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and the accent of the north, nsked: "Is this Geore IMcketfs place?" "W'-i- , sir," I answered, "but he Is not here." "I know that, ma'am." he replied, 'hut I Just wanted to see the place. I am Abraham Lincoln." I gasped. "The picddpntl" TI10 slraiiKer shook his head and laid: "No. ina'amj no, ma'am. Just Vhraham Lincoln; George's old friend." "I am George Pickett's wife, and this 's his baby." was all I could say. .My baby pushed nwny from mo and '(.tolled his hands to Mr. Lincoln, who As he did so 00 1; him In his arms. in expression of rapt, almost divine 'endcruess nnd lore lighted up the bad 'are. It was a look that I have never eon on any other face. My baby ipened his mouth wide and Insisted ipon kIvIiii: his father's friend a dewy. infantile kiss. As Mr. Lincoln gave (he little one back lo inc. slinking his tlnjrer at hhn playfully, ho said: "Tell your father, the rascal, that I forgive him for the sake of that kiss and those bright eyes." Mrs. Pickett explains the Interest Lincoln showed In her husband by stating that It wim through Mr. Lincoln's Intliience that her husband received his appointment to West Point. One Impression the book conveys Is that of the kindly and generous feeling that existed between Confederates and Unionists graduated from WcsF Point who had been friends before the war. An exhibition of this feeling was made nt the time of. the blct.li of General Pickett's llrst baby. Mrs. Pickett, telling the story, says: On the occasion of my son's birth bonfires were lighted In celebration all along Pickett's Hue. Grant saw them and sent scouts to learn the cause. When they reported he said to General lugalls: "Haven't we some kindling on this side of the line? Why don't we strike a light for the young Pickett?" In n little while bonfires were flaming from the Kereral line. A few days Inter there was taken through the lines a baby's silver service engraved. "To George E. Pickett, Jr., from 'his father's friends. U. S. Grant, Unfits George Suckley." General Pickett. In n letter from Washington, relates another Incident In which this same kindly feeling was manifested: After breakfast we went, as arranged, to see Grant. I can't Just tell you. my darling, nbout that , visit. VoiTIl have to wait till I see you to tell you how the warm henrted. modest old warrior nnd loyal friend met me: how-htook In his the hand of your heart-sorsoldier poor, broken, defeated, profession gone nnd. looking at him for a moment without speaking, said slowly, "Pickett. If there Is anything on the top of God's green earth I can do for you, say so." When I started to go Grant pulled down a checkbook and said. "Pickett, It seems funny, doesn't It, that I should have any money to offer, but how much do you need?" "Not nny. old fellow, not a cent, thank yon," I said. "I have plenty.'1 "Hut Itufus Jells me that you have begun to build n house to tnko tho place of the one old Butler burned, nnd how can you build It without money? You do need some." "I have old Mmie timber to pay for n It," told hlui, and to tliov my and gratitude, unobserved, I affectionately squeezed his leg, wbeu he called out: "Itufus, It's the same old George Pickett. 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Vv"JIHam JIakopcnce Thackeray. Women know at first sight tho character of' thoso with whom thoy converse. There Is mucji to give them a religious height to which men do not attain. Ralph Wdo Emerson. Women see throui-'- "and through each other; and often wo most admire her whom they most scorn. diaries Buxton. Woman Is a mlraclo of dlvlno contradictions. Jules 'Mlchclct. It Is more, poesiblo to do without a wlfo than It Is to dispense with eating and drinking. Martin Luther. ono woman I havo seen more-Uiadrown her honor In tho c&nr water of diamonds. C'omteeso d'Houdotot. In all eras and att climes a woman of great genius or beauty has. done what sho chose. Oujda. Ago cannot wither her nor custom stulo her inflnlto variety. 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A foul, disagrocahlo breath," dark n Hals and this will offer you an opportunity to test the Levy values while the price barrier is down. -- Our slogan is well known and true, read every ad that appears above it then you will surely -- circles arouud tho eyes, at times feverish, with great thirst; checks tlush-e- d and then pale, ahdomon swol'-ewith sharp cramplnK pains aro all indications of worms. Don't let your ICicknpoo Worm suffer child Klvo sure relief will Killer It kljs tho worms w hllo Its laxn- tjvo effect add greatly to tho health of your child hy romovinff tho dangerous and disagreeable of effuo worms and parasites from tho system. Klckapoo Worm killer us a health producer should be in- eery Perfectly" safe. Uuy a household. Sugar For the Heart. Prlco 2.ric. All Druggists box pngar Is n hplemllil medicine for tho heart In certain diseases of this organ. or by inaH:' Kickapoo Indian Med. In others, such ns oedema, it hns no Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. effect. In the London Lancet Is re" Oh, My, Yea I ported the cure of n woman of seventy-seveQriggs "I hato to play poker with with "rapid. Irregular, fueUle pulse, cyanosis nndnttncks of parox. hard loser." Urlggs "It's a hanged ysmal hreathlng" hy the ndiiilnlstra. sight better than playing It with an, tlon of four ounces of lump sugar easy winner." Boston Transcript. every twelve hours, gradually diminishing the dose, for several weclis. y. n HJJifims . ., - 1l'aV . .... ur.il chut v ..i. Hartford Republican, 1 yr AU. THItKE FOIt - - - 3.00 21. GO $3-5- r.i "t, gygjtfi s SEE HIM FIRST! M arrives, ijo to your dealer and explain to Lim that Before the fertilizer salesman ... iVMiriln ai Art nnnnH nf l'nla&h mi "i-- rYOU wiu noi uuy ,iiw muuli ici .t.jt miulornidi. t.fm Ci, nrnfitahle fertilizers Contain lroXXl - ..... to 10 per cent. Potash, and that the cumposuion of crops and the ctieci ox crops on win ixuuiru mn. tbe per ctnu ot rouu suouiu uc (nrr-nj- .i until It it as Pttlt ai. OT .,......... sL Uka pboric Acid in tlie fertilizer. It is this grade of goods that pays you ,Nnlrlvcr. Tin. miatititv and nualitv of tbe crops arc letter and the actual plant food costs less pr pound. Writ us tor Free Book with Protltablt Formula We will sell you foiash Salt any quantity Irom 2VUpoun Js in ' ab atif lA PlirW. POTASH i.l , Get Ik LEW-HAB-IT. It Pays; A Now Way of Financ. I'roprlejor-- If madame offers to pay forjhe hat don't show her the hill, nnd I. will Increase It. Somebody has to pify our had dehts, Messenger Hut If she 'doesn't offer to pay? I'roprlefor-Tli- en lirtng the hat hark. We can't ndd to our bad debts. I'llegende Hlnttor. For Frost Bltosand Chapoa Skin. For frost bltteu curs, flneers and . - 'M't.t,? and llps, chilblains, cold sores, rod and roiyjff shins, there is nothing to ciiual Uucklcn's Arnica Salve. Stoii. thu pain at ouco and Ilea's quickly, in every home thcro should bo a box Some, people bear threo kinds of trou- handy all tho time. Cost, remedy for blenil they had. all they Imve now all shin diseases. Itching eczpuin, tetfMidtiiJl they expect to have. Kd ward ter, 11Ub, 'etc., 20c. All'druRilbtB or by mall. II. B. BuqUlcn& Co.t PhlU Kycretf IIill. ailc'ihlu or St, Lotiis, toes;, chapped hands Yx, up. Write lor prices. KHAN Kill WWS.lK. 42 trwlwH. HswTcrt i MtCefis'ek Nsci.Clilctf.lll. jiioiu. (ja. cnsiit9icaiini uar MWHcrtUJt.' t.i riuciM lS8 to fake The Republican, 52 Weks. $1.00. tir 4 V r fl'IHJjBtwv flW "P"'V -- " y u Iteration, a statement of the present Prohibition That Does Prohibit. tho fines camialgn sVtfans that ovIt Is a From the most unexpected sources er rolled as honey and olj from the lndobtclncB8 of Hartford. o convoluHii" tongue cf a servant of bad showing, and one which vc comes wisdom. Out of apparent o U the plain poepul.Memphls Commerjtaterw) according to lw at th Poitofflce somewhat to give to the pub conies good. cial Appeal, Wrford. Kj, a mail mattr of the cond lic. Wo do not know who Is to blame From the var of tho American claa. for-thcondition of nf fairs, neither Revolution there came liberty and Is to bo remod- - a few years Notice. Jater the fruit of tho & Proprietor do wo know how It C. M. BARNETT, Editor tfr ed. .It seems to us that almost nil of convulsion in Europe was a hew orNotice is hereby given that the the expenses of the city will hnvc to der whose motto was liberty, equal- Wcsl Kentucky Oil Company, a all communications to bo suspended In order to meet the Address ity and fraternity. corporation under the laws of the The Hartford Republican. Interest on our bonded Indebtedness i This Mexican revolution seems to 'Commonwealth of Kentucky, has this and to pay any part of the floating (have been we'l ordered. After the day been dissolved under Section 5Gt NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS debt. Taxes arc as high as can bo .fire and smoke of the battlo of Junr-fethe of the Kentucky Statutes b " Bnbacriber. ov.irinn tfct rM1"'"" .levied In a city of ths claw. For after th3 distinguished patriots of the owners of a aaarpM IDDPl fsixv llir UMI nuuirw .11 iiiuin ... past four jenrs, practicably no who call themselves Constitutionalists written consent the JWJDMt. majority of Its capital stock. Unsolicited manuncrlpU "III not lie returned street work has been done, and tho Ihacilncd up a lot of federal orf Jeers WEST KY. OH- - COMPANY. nloaaaccorapanleilbjr have ibeon allowed and shot them like dogs they turned intFe. will receive no street crosslrss By Rowan Holbrook, lTes. AnonjDionn communication to go unrepaired, until many of- them ,thelr attention to domestic and InDecember 20, 1013. attention. arc absolutely Impassable. Tho now ternal economy, to eating and drinkadministration certainly has a stupen- ing. 7ELSFS01TS. .. Beet Sugar Facts. ftou-etodous problem before. It and should j They have pointed a way to an liavq the united supiort of our pcoifc The threatened exodus of beet sucar eternal scfulcn cf the liquor pTob- factories to Canada owing to the In an effort tor emedy tho conditions In summing up the results of our efforts during old JANUARY 9. FRIDAY, iftm and have shown the rest of the which stand out so prominently In world how to make; prohibition pro cheaper labor and land costs, and the 191,'t, we find no ill luck has befallen us, but on the Free-TraUnderwood bi I, becomes , the financial statement referred to. hlblt. A popular New Year s Resolution i other hund, health, happiness and prosperity has Importance to tho Tho idea full armed lias sprung a question of serious -- Out out anything you don't want In view of a In his mcssaPo to the legislature, been our liberal portion. from tho mind of a Mexican rebel farmers of tho West, to do. Governor Mct'reary admits the cnor report on tho beet supar industry Iscommander as did Minerva leap Baseball people never worry aboutlmou? growing Indebtedness of non from the head of Jupiter after Vul sued by the Department of Commerce For all these blessings we look with gratitude and Tho figures relate to conditions In business depression. The b'cachers aro tucky, but attempts to excuse It on can split his skull with an ax. ' thanksgiving to Him who holds the destinies of Hu1009 and It can safely be estimated the grounds that somo other states always full, if the factories are not. The following telegram carried by grown almost are more heavily Indebted, and then tho Associated Press tel!s Industry has manity in His hands. the story that the larger It Is our opinion that those who rings In the in.il joke that most of since then. a third Hucrta will this debt was created under p. Re- of tho solvent cure not only for lend money to President The Census Bureau rcjiort sajs For our business achievements our hearts go out have to take their pay In bull fight publican adnilntstraton, anyway. Gov. boot legging, but also for the drink- that 41.c,9C-- t acres were planted to ing of boot legged whiskey: tickets. to our host of loyal customers whose liberal patron.McCreary is too old not to know factory use In 1109. The "Juarez, Mox., Dec. 10. .The rebel beets for factories in tho Industry Tho water wagon is still well fill- that no Republican administration of commander at Juarez today Issued fifty-eigage and unfailing confidence in our business methods r valued, but It Is perfectly apparent that Kentucky has ever had an opportun- an order Imposing a pena'ty of death produced 501.CS2 tnos of Merchandise have made and our value-givinnot all of tho passengers are season ity to increase the State debt. Three before a firing squad on any one who ed at $45,1)37,029. The total expenses times Republicans have elected the In the beet sugar industry Jn 1909 volume of business possible. ticket holders. violated or attemptedto violate the state officers, but they have never Of were $37,353,006. this sum How would It do to jass a t'aw at any time been in control of (the prohibition law. The penalty applies $4,S08,-11was paid In wages and We welcome the New Year with best wishes for attempt to purchase to those who during the session of the Kentucky legislature. One time they 'bad a $27,203,170 went for cost of materials- prohibit men sticking sniaJt majority in the house of Rep- liquor as wo'l as those who sell It. Ifcgislatuic to Health, Happiness and Prosperity for everybody. The removal of even a fraction of "The order, Issued through the eyes intp woman's protruding resentatives, but at that time the their this industry to Canada Is an Iniquity. chief of police, says; hat feathers? We promise to make every effort to merit your con.Mainly the Underwood bill is respon Democrats ad n wife load In jthe " 'It has come to tho attention of " ' Senate, and were enabled to pre Even the mlitoi' Inducements sible: fidence and patronage during the New Year. The A grca' many growine and hopethe military authorities that merchful towns, unable to get a marble vent any appropriation or the enact ants and saTfOonkecpcrs havo been fcT tho change are tempting CoofJo same services and even better if it is possible for us to postoffice, arc willing to compro- ment of any laws which the Repub selling liquor in violation of the Pro- 4Lor, low taxes and rich boII. But make it so, will be accorded all our customcis. mise on having one. of the regional licans might pass through the House-An- hibition Jaw. Notice Is hereby given it was tho fact of free entry Into the school boy Jn Kentucky knows reserve banks. now United States for their product that any attempt Jo violate the companies. Few of that the legislature' is tho only pow that To those who haven't- - beeu our customers we wish ' Wo understand-Ropresentat- lve through purchase or sale will be won over tho "U- er which can State indebted- - punishab'Jc by the concerns that might remain In create execution before a to ask you for a New Year's trial. Supply your needs nderwood Is to Introduce a measure ne" or provide for any State indebt the United States could stand the in Congress makiiiR It a felony for cdness and it is the extravagance firing squad.'" competition of beet sugar made under from this store during the year of 1914 and we con In Juarez if a man seeks liquor ha anyone to predict hard times, or of tho Democratic legislature by the such conditions. The farmers will lose confidently believe that you will be on our 1915 list o call attention to the fact that creation of many needless offices, Is to be shot. If he seeks to sd'l a bis slice of tho 27,000,000 paid to liquor he Is a'so to .beshot. cople. aro out of employment of satisfied customers. raising salaries and the adoption ot onpycar.aud Am Carry the news to Gov. Patterson, them for boots In It Is now said that President Wil-- the Confederate pension law, which Supt. Hamilton, Maj. Stahtman and erican labor stands to lose more simply called his special rep- is bringing this enormous- debt upon other field marshals Jn the fight t.an four million dollars earned In resentative John Lind down to the tax payers of the State. against the myrmidons of Gen. John 1909 ibecause tho Industry has been The steadily growing slnco then. to see whether or Pass Christian Barleycorn. coming thick and THE FRANKFORT-LOBBY- . not he had sun iburncd under ithe prohibition that does pro-- . Tariff blows are This Is and for the Southern climate at Vera Cruz. Now that ;the Kentucky Jegls'ature hlblt. It Is ruthless, but the pro- fast for all the farmers longer holding to the things American worklngman. It takes are being Is in session at Frankfort, the same hibitionists, fitrcot for manufacturing I tercets to feel compelled to put on lower steps to old talk Is beginning to appear con- as they do, cannot logically object the effects. accommodate women with skirts fast- cerning the "Third House" which as to its sternness. And after a'J It Js not so far out ened around their ankles, and lit is known In Kentucky, Is nothing mere How to Love People. only a. question of time when they nor less than an organized paid ebby. of line. Men go through our streets "It's so hard to love people," sighi2A them "will '.be compelled to raise the roofs Heretofore this, lobby las I en able every day "half shot." of then be taken out and aain half ed a conscientious little woman the to make and unnia..i kjslatlon to it the hat plumes. other day, after an Invu'untary outthe greatest imbalance to Kentucky. shot, thereby" completing the unit. says: of A San "Francisco dispatch d the proposition to make Mexican prohibitionists have burst over the untovablcness Our It dc cs.l n. "Protestant ministers in California the Boards For our United States prohibitionists at Cousin Jane. "But why," said the Wise Wohave 'decided not to help in the fight many years it defeated the county a disadvantage. Our prohibitionists iar temperance this year, declaring unit local option law. Now it seems forbid a man from selling liquor and man, In return, "why try to love public opjnlcn In the soito is not to bo getting In Its work against punish him, but they do not punish people? Bo content to love qualities!' It's a very good plan! Then strong ready for prohibition." And the too a unirorm sonool uooic law. . the man who buys the (Uquor or the warm in tho realisation of your det-p- , in a'state where all the women have of the American . Book one who drinks It. In behalf a right to vote. He and reverent loo for purity, you Company, the Kentucky legislature The Mexican Js democratic. wllj find that you are loving the The pastors of our various- churches has changed the law, regulating plays no favorites. Ho holds that weary, d llttlo Beam-stremen school text books so many times that if 'it is an evil to sell whiskey fct Is could increase the attendance of whoso quick temper has oftparents find It necessary to buy- text an evil to drink whiskey or pulque at church services materially if they ou, but whose mind en Irritated -- would require the ladles to remove books for their children every year, or mescal. Therefore ho takes the i some times twice during the man behind the bar and the man in is white and Innocent and Bwect to their hats. At the theatres, this re- and upon; that you are loving ' strictly enforced, and same term. This is an outrage, and front of the bar, stands them should meditate t, quirement Is s, tho thq, chlM-hearno doubt this is one reason that a cost placed uon the people of Ken- er to shoulder and shoots them. and protecthe father-strengt- h Iklws If the present prohibition many men prefer going to theatre, tucky not borne In any other Btate hover they manifest In the In the Union. fall to prohibit let the prohibition- tion rather than to church. ' The Democratic party Js In supreme ists of Tennessee import tho rebel wprld. Learn to love courage, and you find The first act of tho now city coun- control at Frankfort. Only a imere commander at Juarez, naturalize 'him, cil was to repeal tho meat tax, levi- handful of Republicans aro members make him shave and take a bath, yourseff loving the grimy miner deed by, the old council, under .which of the legislature In both houses, it then run him for governor on a plat- scending Into the earth to save an . life at the people from the country were charg- Is the duty of this party, of pre- form of bullets for tho man who imprisoned comrade's ed $2.50 per day for peddling fresh tended reform, to clean out this drinks as wo',1 as the man that risk 'of his own; tho struggling wife and mother, who, racked with pain meat In town. This paper was the lobby, and give the peoplo of Ken- sells. first to complain of this ordinance tucky a uniform school book law, The only objection might be that and fresh from an operating taU'e, some months ago, and to denounce which will not be changed every full tho would bq runnlnR for serubs floors with one knee on a and moon. It as a measuro political office much desired by stool "to keep from tearing the a ae&lnst the best Interest of tho town. The truth is, fo1 Sowing the lead many of the lea' n In tho cause of stitches open." ou love the Lovo lojri'ty, and The present council has our comme- of more progressive states Kentucky "'jaw enforcement." Others might ob ntation for rcjeallng this ordinance. should arrange a system of free text joct because the .Mexican bolng Ig criminal who rofus'.s to turn state's Addrett Here's looking to you for still better books for her Bchoolypuplls. We have norant of our political methods might evldenio and save his neck at tho cost of his partner's life. things gentlemen. a compulsory school law. How can enforce tl law and thereby (remove FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT It Is hard to )oo all of people, but of Ex-G- o v. Beckham swept the plat- this be lnforced without furnishing from tho realm of polities one It Is very easy to love some part of ter clean by olectlng friends to ev- at least Indigent children with the each, and If wo will practice lovlnR ery position of .lmiwrtanco In the or- necessary school books? Abolish some qualities instead of irsone, our probbranches ol the of the ncedltss offices; repeal the ganization of both iLMUsv In lem wll'l bo BDlrtod. Editorial Confederate pension law; buy books legislature, and if tho legislature McCall's Magazine. ctactcd the United States Senator, for the school children of the State as formerly, ho would have at least and get tho Stato Treasury In positwo-thirof tho Democrats In a tion for an approopriatlon to each FOR FLETCHER'S joint, caucus. Gov. McCreary, Stan- county to afc&iwt hi building public mbunroRATED. I juul others Jiad as well withdraw, roads. ley 119 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. and 'save their faces. Beckham will Keep out of Politics. Has a Cure Really Been Fouodr United States Senbe nominated for Washington, Jan. (5. Tho danger of Has a cure for cancer really boon been used In the treatment of cancer, been ator in the primary, II ho lives 1 po'JUcal discovered, but the 'cainpalgir activity on the part of any found? Dr. Rucker seems to think it and in many Incipient cases August. next cures of education drillln Into- - tho member of Uncle Sam's vast army has, while Dr. Jacobl .bath men of Tho State" Farmers "institute is to of employes, either Ja tlto olasslfi.-e- d bLLLh LLLLLLL9tv Ivvlw ILLa medical eminence, Is doubtful. The have been effected. It has been test- minds of tho people haw the. spread be held here sometime durlns this or uuo'l&slflcd servico of the civprofession Js divided In expressing ed In severe cases with only tempo- of tho dlseaso may be prevented und month. Heretofore, our people Uavo il service commission, is emphasized ifs opinion Government tests are bo- rary benefit. The present tests ore how tho physical oooUUobs of the elven these meetings Uttlo attention. in an announcement mado public by lng made ,and if these (touts prove being differently applied. A now race may be Improved. Tho State employs high salaried lec- the commission today. Violations successful, suffering humanity is en- theory has been unred which convincWe have been fooled and disapand of thq laws proven'tinu Federal of- With good teeth and plenty of time ticed to feel hopeful. turers to attend these Institutes es tho United States Marine pointed so many times .before that Hosexplain scientific farming. Why not ficers or empots generally from to masticate, their food aro not greatly When Dr. Frlcdmann came to this pital that, after att, there may he a attend them and got the benefit of engaging in political work, the com- benefited by ground grain. All, Ameri- country with h is serum for ttho euro something in the radium euro, Tlhe to mujorolty i the people v hesitate. accept the confident' statement your money? The. expense of conduc- mission declares, will not bo coun- can and European tests show this, of tuberculosis many were iucttnod more fact that so many omt&ont au- of Dr. ,Ruckr and othor advocates defrayed by your taxes. tenanced. " ting them Is For hard working horses, however, to think that at last he might have thorities aerco that thero Is a solu- of radium, la host, though, tc You citn learn many things, which with but little time In the stable, it solved tho secret. Fried inann Js now tion to the fatal .cancer problem to give the government a fair opportunwljl save you money on tho farm, 1b generally believed that all grains discredited and his euro oTfessed with bo Owensboro Optical House. found in the use or radium Is ity to make its testa before dlspur-- . hojp to Improve your crops and ground. Roinembor I am other failures of the past. No one Is most encouraging. and should be 1 have used aging tho, radium theory. Hartford, Ky., 4 yow stock and often precnt the "lasses mado byNov. 1, Hardwlck's In tho feed business, and can furnish willing to admit Chat Dr. Friodmann It is oiily a question of time K. C, f fruit trees and other valuable unground grain that is was a chan'atan, but that bo was when all of tho ma'lenant 1m Removal Mrtlce. Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my en- ground or and Inyour horses' needs. honestly mistaken. He, no doubt, curable diseases will 'fera products, If ou will Attorney Olio C. Martin has resuccumb to tire satisfaction. His house and ma- best adapted to yourself a little, und spend folt confident that ho had discover- the attacks of science. For yearn moved his offices to, chinery for maklne lenses are the aad wU alter two days listening to these lecturers most complete In tho State, and he ed a remedy, and when it was shown ab'e men havo been devoting their January 1, VU, be coaaeoted wilt1 fllawwalon. to be a failure he was probably mora livs to the study of these dreaded the law office of Ernest Wooda," employs none but experienced workThe Produce Merchant disappointed than anyone elso. a( moats. Tuberculosis ia prudually with rooms over wnjawa' drug: ""We are .publishing this' week, at men. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY For a number of years radium has yielding, not that a cure has yet store. w city admin- 0. M. BARNETT. 2JW- the JXe roitwt Hartford Republican. hes-ltat- is 1914 z, Happy New Year to Everybody. . IW.-rr..- ... ,i3 ' I ht su-Tn- g s I m E. P, Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. anies "car-comp- 'IV U, non-partisa- - sharp-tongue- ss - Telephones on Farms 50c per Month and Up BBS. mother-tendernes- If there is no telephone on your farm write for our free booklet telling how you may get service small cost. at k Healthy Horses Children Cry ... Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company CASTOR A un-41- i. 'I jt licou-veatea- , W. E. ELLIS j fST R7 k-A, i; "Tho Pilgrim Girls'' will bo the fourth attraction In the College course at Colloia hall tonight. A ladles orchestra composed of Bonio t Jn tlw country will of tho hurt favor you with all the latest music. Mr. Virgil Elgin returned .Monday niornlnx from Mississippi, whoro he had been proBiKKAIng for soveml days. Jlo expressed himscfr as well if pleased with that State, and will prob ably locato there In the near future. in to custom.Allss Mrs. Ophelia Ward and IJertlj Rial, No Creek, Messrs. .1. of jW. Sanderfur and Rev. EU Wca'ey, route ;i, iiaruoru; .Mr. j. jj. Asnoy and sister, Mrs. M. C. Duke, Whltcs-v- l e, were pleaHant callcis at this office Monday. Ohio County Farmer's Institute. for "Tho Pilgrim Girls are all ar-tlus Tho Ohio County Farmers' insti or the am' nr.olly praise given thorn without stint by tute wl.l bo held at tho court house success. cur people." Williamson W. Virgin- In" Hartford Wedncsdny and Thursday ia News. This lady orchestra will ap- January 21 and 22. This mcotlnK has been provided pear at College hall (.onlKJit. Do not is us. . for by Commissioner Newman with fai to see audi hear thine. tho best talent to be had to discuss Tho HarTfcTrdTTlterary Club Is makas topics to come before the ing arrangements to have Miss Cora tho various Institute. beLee Smith give an entertainment I The following speakers will "be iMiss hero the last of this month. boro: J. E. Hlte, Gallatin, Tcnn.; Smith is a splendid reader and enterto to Subject, Live W. B. Anderson, tainer and the 'local ti'ub Js fortunate Velpln, Ind., Stock; subject, Soils; C. L. (this time. 7 in securing her services at as us. If Louisville, Ky., Subject, Clayton, Jud?o Ji7 R.'cddlngT" Horticulture and Gardening; James on Judge of this county, has opened his T. Buford, representing the Forres-tr- y office In rooms over the office formR Department; J, T. Grimes, busin erly used by Judgo J. 11. Wilson, tjie Stato Good Roads Deon Main street, and near the post partment. A lady domestic science office, and In roonjs formerly occu demonstrator will laso be present. pied by Attorney Otto C. Martin, and This shpuld bo the greatest farm will practice law hereafter. ers' Institute ever held ln Ohio The Board pf Equalization of Ohio county. Local people should. get (bus county composed of the following and prepare to make It a success in citizens convened Tuesday morning every partlcu'ar. us, at the court house: Rosea Shown, Thomas Keown, Wm. Sandcrfur Eli A Surprise Birthday Dinner. jah Render and Herbert Render. Mr. On Sunday mornlnK January 4, tho O. R. Tlnsley Is acting as clerk of friends and relatives of Mrs. Dinah tho Board. They will likely be In Miller celebrated her 72d birthday session about a week at this time. at the homo of her son, Mr. J. S. By special arrangement .we are en- Hughes, near O'aton. abled to offer the Womans.' World, iThe human family is prone to Homo Life, Green's Fruit Grower wander from the place of their birth, and Farm Life, four splendid month- it makes no difference 'where. Since together with one Aunt Dinah first entered Into the ly magazines, years subscription to The Republic- realm of married life she has rean, for 1.25. This holds good for sided in the West, except the few either renewals, old subscriptions, or times she turned jhor gaze back to ;vw to new subscribers. You cannot af- tho place where, she first saw the tf. light of day and like the wandering ford to miss this bargain. lce-uone, of old, comes back to the old Of the "Pilgrim Girls" the course number at College hall home spot then to see the ones she Mr. .C. P,. Turner, the stock buyer, tonight the "Vindicator" of New loved so woU ln hor earVy life, but V , Pa., says': "Those Pll; havijig returned, last winter with was In Bowling Orcon the first of this week, transacting buahaose. Krlm. Girls are iirmiy ancnoreu to her son, Walter Hughes to KenFRIDAY, JANUARY 9. Each tucky .to reside her friends and rela Miss Marie Austin, of Beaver Dam, the Plymouth Rock of Success. Ktumt thn wwk-fn- H with hor slKlfra. one Is clqver, versatile and charming. tlves desired to show Jhelr welcome May they come again into the hearts by coming, despite the downpour of M. H. Jt E. KailrOftt Tiatt Table Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Williams. of New Bethtaham citizens, for they snow, to her son James with baskets at Hartford, Ky. Misses Stnurge or BvansylUe, vho are assured a hearty welcome." well filled with the most choice L. ft N. time card effective Monday have been ithe guests of their aunt, Tho Methodist Ladles Sewing Cir- things to eat that could be imaginMrs. Steel, returned liome Friday. oAVCSlst. cle at the annual election of officers ed. At the noon hour when all was ; a. a. No. 112 North .Bewi'd Mrs. John T. ready Mr. Hughes sent his son to Mrs. Dr. Sbultz, who has been the yesterday selected ' dally'-'exceSunday. gues of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moore president,. Mrs. John Duke tell her to come to bis house to spend 1 the. day as he had company. Soon she No. 114 hterth Bound due'l:15 p. m. J. P. Sandcrfur, has returned home. Duke vice president and " daily except Sunday. . Mrs. John .G Keown secretary and came greeting each one with a kiss Miss Sallle Laura Williams has re. ,v No. 'IK South Bound due. 8:45 k m. report for. the year andva kind word which found ready turned from a visit to her grand treasurer. The dally except Sunday. larg- - lodging Jn their hearts, saying "you was very gratlfyinK, being-th- o at Beaver Dam. No. 113 South Bound due 1:44 p. m. mother, lest of the existence of the Society, did surprise me by. coming here, yet dally except Sunday. Miss Mary Smith of Fordsvllle, $628,00. These ladles deserve great I looked for you all at my house." Delightful music iwas rendered by , ', who has been the Pueat of Miss credit for their efforts in behalf of H. B. MISOHKB, Agt a pleasant day and wish for her man Nancy Ford, returned home Thurs h new church In Hartford. presday. more happy birthdays. Hartford's new city council with ent were; Mrs .Dinah Those Mr. Mr. II. E. Mtschke is confined to his Miller, I .presiding, met MonQait. and Mrs. S. K. Cox left Mayor J. C. Her room with tonsolltla. sons, R. T. and Mrs. J. S. Hughes and Wednesday for BIkton where they day evening, and M. D. Haynes left Johq, Robert and Joal; iMr. and (Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. will visit Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Collins city alerk; J. P. Stevens Mary daughter, Sunday Jor LoulsvlHe. city marshal, and selected .Hon. Mc- J. B. Mitchell and Rogers. r RKiey is in Owensboro attorney. These Louise, of Dundee; Mr. and Mrs. J. Dr. A. li. Esq.". S. Dean, Dundee, and Esq. Dowell A. Foglo city ones, and with G. Hoover and son Marlon, of Fried-alan- d, on a professional trip. all good Sain Leach, of near Beaver Dam, selections are Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wilson Cooper, Fordsvllle, was were pleasant ca'fcis at, this office Police Judge Otto C. Martin and and Mr. Dud Christian, Mr. Attorney FoRle as a working team, Tuesday. here on business yesterday, and Mrs. J. R. Wilson and son Wavy, and Marshal Stevens to look after 'j Oapt. J. G. Keown spent 'Saturday Prof, and Mrs. Ells Sandcrfur, (of the peace of the city, Hartford should Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Myers and chilfamily. dren, Dee, George and MUUo Rea; and Sunday with his Mcllenry, are rejoicing over, the ar- - be well taken care of In the future. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ralcy, Mr. and entertained rival of a fine girl at their home Mrs. E. U, Barrass Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knlfflits Mrs Wayne Boswcll, Mr and Mrs. weo.k the Rook Club last. Friday this of Pjlthlas held a largely attended H. C. Wilson, Mrs. Mary Wilson; Mr. Ben Taylor was la Kusscll-vlll- o moating Tuesday evening, tho occa Misses Sarah and Georgia Heavr"n, The Ladles Aid Society met with sion bolng tho annual installation Eunice, Maggie, Lorena, and Bculah itlils week to attend the hi Mrs. Hooker WllHlams Monday aft- services at, the Christian cburph of officers. Tbo following were in- Wilson, Edna. BayB and Bessie Raley; .ernoon. . stalled: ChancePor Commander, John Messrs. Walter Hughes, Walter Myin that olty. Mr. noyaeo Igelhnrt left" hurt week W. Taylor; Vice Chancellor, Dr. J. ers, Arnet atEsq. Leslie Combs, Dukehuret, and E'ltxm 'WFpon. t.J; for Bowling Green where ho "will re- - tended the Knight Templar celebra- R. Plrtlo; Prelate, McDowell A- - o ONE PRESENT. m Work, W. F. Anderson'; eater achooj. m tion tat Owensboro Monday ulsht, Master of ' Keeper of Records' and Seal, W. R. Logical Deduction saIMT. Mcllenry HolbrooV'hasre--- 4 returning Tuesday. turned to Lexington, whero be iijat- - " '.MasterEdward and Miss Amble Hedrick; Master at Arms, James F. No man, sane and honest wants ' Gl litspie;. Inner Guard, A. K. Ander. tcadJngt, school. Ford "returned home Saturday from son; -- Outer Guard, Albert Rial. Re- toee the country suffer Just because -' ,.-. Mtes Marlam llolhroqk .left jwithe ' Democrats have enacted aTanlff Owensboro wheer .they bad been the freshments iwero served at ,the close laW; hut every sane and ho neat man '". day for Shelbyvillo when! eho will guests of relatives. of the session and much enthusiasm knows ' that the prosperity of 'the school. Mrs. McKinney and children, who during the meeting. Th people is to be affected 'by the now ' Mrs. Dona Cooper iBprara, of WIN have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. manifested prospects for a good years work are law. Democratic statesmen say it "" Haws Mines, visited relatives here J. P. Sandcrfur, returned to their very bright in this odgle. will result In greater prosperity and Monday and Tuesday, , home in Taylor Mines Sunday. Monday morning retiring Judge R. and clothing, frem Mr. R B. Stevens, who has been R. Wedding called the county court lower prices for foodwIU com about Mr. John Glenn has though such results a business trip to his. former home patting relative in ..Beaver Dam, to order made a racelul farewell Gradually, not immediately, "Wise la Muhlenberg CQuqty, iKU for his home lnE Paso, Tex., address, and Introduced his succes- business men and financier and ReMr. Samuel ThorBsberryrof Owens Friday, He was Joined by Wb wife sor, Judge 'Wilson, who iatoo made a publican statesmen say that the im'ban, has accepted a position jwkh ln .Memphis, few appropriate remarks promising mediate results wilt be In a diminthe Hartford Music Co Miss Nora Wedding after spending to do his best to fiU the posUlon in ution in the volume of bustaesa, a MJss Ooria Flener returned Sunday the holidays with her parents. Dr. an acceptable manaer to all. He then contraction of, credits and eventually from Cromwell where she spent the and Mrs, J.. S. Wedding, returned called for motions from members of (about ibe opening of spring) a genholidays with her' parents. Sunday ta Central City, where sho the liar,, whereupon Judge J. S. G4n eral reduction in wages, and loss of presented Judge Wedding with a employment by thousands of men in Owens- - has a position Jn the school, M4ea Marie' Hardwlck, of -- boro, was the guest of her cousin, Send us $1.96 and recehe tho Hart- beautiful gold watch and fob, a tes evfyry commercial and Industrial centhe week. ford Republican one year uud the timonial from his friend, amongotft-cl- ter. ; Miss 'iMl Nail al U Is to be hoped that )the optimis(has rewted WoBiaus' World, Home Life,. Green's members of the bar and court Mr. W. A. Wilkesac Judge Wedding was overcome by tic view of tho Democrats will be '.' store house of Carson Bros., on Fruit Grower and Farm Life, four the this tribute, but feelby expressed Justified by the experience' of feus'-seMala ptreet, next door to Bak ot'spWala monthly, magazines, either J men, manufacturers, and famera. wontta tho prce. If we uis it,nanKB to an. one of them " U "Hartfera, and will operate a first do not soon hoar from, you you will On last Monday Moralsg a number because they all' enjoy and appreciate ,' Ready for class uiotdate rtauraat,. tf. of changes iek place at the court prosperity sad comfortable Uvlngutd .hear from us. bujstaM firs .of next week, m ta'-en- Accept Our Gratitude We would certainly be ungrateful we Among those who eal'cd on ns Mon dny and renewed their faith in Tho 'i, Republican, were McssrB, C. T. Fordsvlllo route '2,' llobt. A. Davis, route Hartford mid .lames Orny, Natrons route 2. Whlt-tlnglil'A L our their trade during .the past year. So we take this method, and assure you that we are very grateful to you helping make the year 1913a did not some way show ers our hearty appreciation , .... nouse among uio county oniciais. Judge John II. Wilson succeeded Judgo R. It. Wedding, as Jude of the county court .Judge Wedding having held tho position four years. Mr. S. O. Keown succeeded Sheriff T. II. who for tho past four years filled that position. .Mr. W. C. Blankcnshlp succeeded .Mr. W, S. Tlnsley ns county court clerk, Mr. Tlnsley- - having been In office eight years. Prof. Ozna Shults succeeded Prof. Henry Icach as county school superintendent, Mr. Leach having hcvd offlco four years. Mr. W. P. Mldkiff, Jailer, Mr. t E. Smith, county attorney, Dr. A. II. Riley, r, coroner and Mr. C. E. Moxley, succeeded themselves. Each of the outKoIng officials retire with splendid records. They ilcnve their re- sptcthe offices with tho good wishes of n?i our citizens and with the plaudit, "well done good and faith ful servants." B'-hcsur-vcjo- PffVaaaBQaBattlgffiaa alaHR9alalaP!5a9laHBS9IHB awl J m- i ill I I i m imiiv m&i&DffJi Yox Cant cJet any CAiTIER, s JaCHrjy yb J mlmJUl PAiits$t Saw wrrVI - . REvTOLVEO mon ely at?. yxi t I I I I We want now on to serve you again, not entirely a matter of friendship, but because we sincerely lieve that it will be your interest trade with you can see it we do, then with your we can make 1914 the banner year the history of our The new year co-operati- ' tJ&IiB ll-- i B aK Tb DEAL ' I I THAN VITR . I ty repre-sentln- I iness. WE WANT THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY TO COME IN AND Do BU5INEJ.,5 WITH VS ONLY BECAU.SE IT MEAN S Dot-LA- RJ To THEM. BUYING AT A 5T0RE WHERE YOU PAY MOR.E FOR THE SAME QUALITY OR GET POORER GooD-- FOR THE SAME PRICE THAN WE WILL GIVE YOlT, IS LETTING 'YOUR DoLLAR-TAKE WINGS' AND FLY AWAY. HUNT AROUND ALL YOU' WILL, BUT YOU MU.ST COME To OUR STORE S When wanting quality, and low prices, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. think of TO FIND THE BE-S- DISE AT THE BE-S- QUALITY OF MERCHANPHICE. PO-SJIBL- 4 i r F JkW6a due-7:19 Mrs.1-Austi- n, CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED, Hartford, Kentucky V arrS4yaftjl m "Hartford Republican. Beih-'jaham- Hartford College I MID-WINTE- - i -- &.'' R TERM BEGINS JANUARY 19,1914.. Alan' A larcm Normal nlnaa will ha nrcranipaf grand-daught- er new ciasseH in xiign ouiiuui wurtc ior mose enter" ingthen.v If you wish to prepare for Teacbexaf Examination, enroll in the Normal DepartEoenk.. If you wish High School work, there will Be classes to suit 3'our needs. One of the best buildings in Western KentweSy steam heated, electric lighted, with all modem equipment. Good board for $3.00 to $3.50 pw week. Be one of the many who will take advantage of these opportunities. For catalog or further information, write,- - H. E BROWN, or A. E ELLIS, V. Presiden- t- ti a' President OTSrasssrS-vresssaflvsss- ; will accept theso good things graciously if they come about a a re sult of Domocratlc loglslatfon; but logical deduction' and actual experience are against tho Democratic vlow. Ordinary reasoning ifcads to the sta ple; conclusion that American factories, farms and business concerns can not pay h"a rente, high rates of interest, high wages and high prices for raw materials if they must,' meet la home markets the competition of foreign factories, farmland business enterprises 'operated with cheap, Ja- DOr, HHUttUUBKU oy vnvay and at liberty to enter our "uartceOi at bo greater cost thai that o" transportation in veseeto flylujs the flags of nattons where labor la 11 )ld, money is cbeap and raw material (Mo.) rtopuhU- abundant. Bethany j" ."", 'J MwA. re-lat- of MUOIir. JKgr.. HARTFORD Factory JiejtrestnPit for High Grait KY. ! ( Mwi Nmi 'Playerand - Kua: . - i .1 Oriiis It LiTSF SHEET M.WSMIWrite C&B. UfervCatfcift' iv: Yr as ' CASTORIA Jiu. j-- f, Oliildron Ory F0H FLETCHER'S rricei.c L&. . OUR FEARLESS SAILORS. Off CONFECTIONERY." the Centuries Ago It Wat a Part of the Art of the Apothecary, Curiously enough, tho making of confectionery originated In n way with tho apothecaries nhoiit WX) years ago. It was then thnt'sugar wns first Imported Into England, and It was then' that '(.(infections" first became known. For time they nppenrod only in medical form, the apothecaries using the newly Imported sugar as a means of mitigating the bitterness of their doses. In other words, they mixed their drugs with It. and therein lay the origin of many of the sirups mid medicated caudles, the ancestors of our cough drops nnd lozenges. Tho cot of sugar was far too high, and most people were fur tob poor to permit of Its being eaten or its own sake alone and as a mere luxury. It was only n couple of centures ngo that there began to appear a new phase of the apothecary's art. Confections began to be made more or less apart from any medicinal purpose and because people liked them, and eventually the confectioner's business becamu quite separate and distinct from that of the apothecary. Although the confectioner's trade may be said to bo about 200 years old, it was only within recent times that It became a real and extensive industry. At first sugar was heavily taxed, and the confectioner's trade was pursued upon very elementary principles. For n long time everything was done by hand. Implements were of the very simplest candy kettles heated on small brick furnaces; pestles and mortars, rolling pins and scissors, etc. The output was ery small, and. comparatively speaking, sweetmeats of all sorts were expensive and frequently uuat-tractiv- ""SNAKES AS THEY FEED.'" When They 8tart Swallowlno They Never Know When to Stop. The swallowing process Is n serious matter for nny serpent, which must draw Itself painfully over Its prey by hitching Its Jaws, aimed with backward curving teeth, forward, on one side und then tho other, and by sli.d lnr movements of the neck, ribs and nkln, until (lie whole mass has finally reached the prolonged "tmnncli. The snake's Jaws are attached to the skull, nnd the bones of the head und nock are connected by elastic ligaments which may be so stretched that an object considerably larger than the head Itself may bo swnllowed If rightly seized; hence prey Is usually turned about after killing It utilll Its nose Is fore most, when the undertaking begins. A copious flow of saliva assists degultl-lion- . An Incident of the Old Day Cape of Good Hope. In j HAVE YOUR SUITS Directory County Ofe.io ty; C, Q. Ohio American vessels thoe days (1S3.1i BurpuBscd tlio ssillliis retonls of ships of every other nution. Once when down nearly td the latitude of the Cape of Good Hope wo encountered the most jicvere Rale of our outward hound voyage. A mountainous fen win heaving In from the south, nnd the wind, which und originally come from that dl lection, was now Mowing directly from the west with hurricane force. High as the Washington stood nbove the water, occnslonnl crests would sweep her main deck and she steered so hard that I had to keep two men continually at the wheel and have them relieved every half hour. The wind, however, was fair, nnd therefore every man on the ship, from Captain L. to the cook's hoy, would have felt disgraced hfid the order hecn Riven to heave the ship to. Under don Me reefed topsails nnd fore course she was logging upward of sixteen knots, nnd nil hands were as pleased as If they had Just been granted n week's t1iorc leave nt New York. Later In the day, when the wind had moderated somewhat, we sighted a large British baik hove to under short canvas. She wns flying distress signals, so Captain L. ordered the wheel put up nnd ran down to have a look at iter. .As soon as our signals could be rtearly seen he asked what she wanted, nnd tho bark replied with n request to stand by. Captain L4 then ran up tJags demanding if the bark were anything wrong on board. The Britisher replied ngnin. "Stand by. Do not like look of weather." "When the second mate read the meaning of this signal out of the code book a great laugh went up In our cabin, nnd Captain L. replied with .flags reading, "See nothing wrong In this weather." and hoisted the American ensign nbove the signal in order to give point to his remark. No doubt the British captain said. "Another of those crazy Yankees!" when ho read our flags, but we were in Ratavia a week before lib appeared. From "The Journal of Captain Nathaniel Webber" In Outing. TODAY IS YOUR ONLY DAY. All this has been changed, and now- .a ? Itv? mi . Yesterday Is a Record and Tomorrow May Never Come. Good days and bud days exist only In your own head. The weather has nothing to do with it. Each day is Hopkins, the Witch Finder. what you make it for yourself. Hud Though some people still believe in an unfortunate opinweather is only witches, there Is no longer any use for ion. earwitch Under. Englishmen Suppose It is raining pitchforks. You the generations gave this personof nbun-dan- t get word that your salary has been lier employment, sometimes fetching doubled or that u forgotten uncle has the real expert enormous distances to left you $1,000,000. What do you care cleanse an atllicted town. In 1G19. for about tho weather then? Or suppose instance, the magistrates of Newcastle the person you love is djing. Unex sent Into Scotland for one v.im pectcdly a turn for the better comes And witches, iigreeinz to pn.. 'Jo shilJThe doctor says jour dear one will lie. lings (S4.S0) a head fur nil tli.it he conWhat If it is hotter than Tophet? It Fits pa riii ilia r method consistto a good day, a great day, u happy day. victed. pn I. ,r lie suspect with plus, ed in what you think and feci about It and llf.cen old women were duly exeIt's that makes each day whnt it is. You. cuted as the result of his visit The within yourself, can make each day. of witch tinders, one every day, a good day. Put down In most notorious finally Hopkins, was executed as it the notebook of your soul the poet wizard after trial by one of the more Jiuneberg's thought: painful of his own many cleverly de"Each day is n life." vised tests. When you get up in the morning throw back your shoulders, take a deep Elizabeth'a "Excellent Waih." breath. Meet the new day like a man Good Queen Bes liked her ale and Bay to yourself: had. to have It. Wherever lie went, "Another day another life!" For nil we know, it may be the only there ale had to go also strong ale. day we'll ever have. Let's make It the Great were the trials of, her host, the In a best day tve can. Let's strive to see Earl of Leicester, as expressed to Lord Rurlelgh: that It is a day worth while. Let's letter from Hatfield drop of good drink taovo a step forward in our work. "There was not one Let's do nil the good we can. Let's get for her here. We were fain to send to London and Kcnilworth and divers all the happiness we enn today. Bight now is the only time you can other places where ale wns. Her own control. Yesterday is a record. To- beer was so strong as there was no morrow is n secret. Today is yours, is man able to drink It." And one quart of this "excellent wash" of good strong mine. American Magazine. ale for breakfast, wo are told, put" the queen in good spirits for the start The "Devil'a Graveyard." of tho day's work. London Chronicle. cemetery known as the "Devil's A Graveyard," on top of a rocky hill Hugo's Long Sentence. overlooking Slon, Switzerland, where For the longest sentence on record ero buried sorcerers for centuries we must go to the French. In "Les and sorceresses, Is being blasted nway Miserable" Victor Hugo has one room for public Improvements to make that runs through a hundred From the tenth century to the early seventeenth those supposed to be In lines, and earlier in the book, In one trafflc with tho evil one were tortured, of the chapters descriptive of Waterlexecuted and burled there. The exca- oo, there are over fifty lines without vators have found bones estimated to n full stop. England's record rests be those of many hundreds of persons. under olflclul patronage, frr It would appear to ho tho seventh section of the foreign enlistment net, which does Still He Had It. not stop until It has very nearly reachA certain physician told some of lib word. London ed Its patients that us long as they kept their Graphic.six hundredth feet and legs dry they would bo safe from an nttack of tho grip. One da. Long Lived Ornaments. Jie was mii prised o receive a letter Ornaments last longer than anything from a patient In which the latter said elso that man makes. There are that he had two wooden legs nnd yet brooches 'and necklaces in museums he had had tho grip for five consecu- more than forty centuries old. Montive years. Philadelphia Ledger. uments, pet haps, stand second, and houses third. The life of furniture Is shorter still There Is very little furExplaining It. Jones (Jubt Introduced! I suppose niture In England which dates bewas yond the year 1.100 Pictures last longyou don't remember me, but once n witness against your side In a er than furniture, nnd there nre paintcertain trim, ami i rememuor mai you ings still In fnlr condition which have cross examined me with the greatest weathered six centuries of life. vourtosy The Lawyer Is that polr Perhaps your testimony was not Then 3he Got Mad. "I've never seen the man jet." she declared, "who. couldn't bo made n fool f by a pretty woman," The Eternal, Feminine, "Uni!" lie replied. "Of courso you, Wlmineti certainly nln't got no con I take It, have Mudled the matter from nisteiic.v." the standpoint of the Innocent by. "What the matter, Mike?" "Me wife chased me out wld a rolling btniiiler." Philadelphia Ledger, pin tills morning nnd then cried The Party Line. I left home without kissing her ITnbby-W- hy didn't yon come to tho troodby." Pittsburgh Post. door mid let me In? Wife I couldn't. George. Our neighbor was talking to Caught the Habit. yachting party are telling the somebody, nnd I was at 'the phone. "That Cleveland Plain Dealer. biggest fakes 1 over heard." "Ye, and you can see at glancp Few things nre Impossible to dili tint V4ii the yacht Is lying to."-U- alti gence nnd skill - Samuel Johnson uoie American I -I sen-tenc- o 1 J e adays the most improved machinery nnd implements combine to produce the most delicate and attractive sweets, Muscles have been superseded by engines, pestles und mortars and rolling pins, nnd scissors have given place to revolving pans and steam pans, and mechanism for beating 'and kneading nnd mixing, for cutting nnd slicing and irrlnillii;?. for rnllincr nnd jrrntlnrr ninl stamping, for crushing ice and freezing cream and other processes. While many of the best and most expensive candles are still very largely made by hand processes, by far the greater mass of sweetmeats is produced by machinery. Harper's Weekly. I Circuit Court T. F. Dlrkhcad, COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. Judgo; Uen D. Klngo, Attorney; W. Henry Leath, Chairman, Hartford, P. .Midkllf, Jailer; K. U. llarrnss, Ky. 1. L. D. Tichcnor, Hartford, It. I Clerk; B. K. Ulrkhead, Master Commissioner; It. T. Collins, Trustco D. No. G. Jury Fund: T. II. lllack, Sheriff, 2. E. C. Hartford, Roynolds, Ky and DyeDeputies S. 0. Kcoun, Hartford. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. ing 4. 1J. L. Alfonl, Whlto Run, Ky- Heaver Dam; U. P. Jones, Route 5, Earp, Hnrtford; W. 5. Richard Ladies work given convenes first C..Monday Iloslne. Court Kentucky, Pluinmcr, Taylor Mines, in Fcbrunry 'and continues thrco weeks, third in April, two weeks; third i Monday Cleaned and .Monday In October two weeks. IB $) U3;& County Court It. It. Wedding, Repaired. Judge; W. 8. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. K. Smith, Hartford. Work called for and .cqnvcnes Attorney, Monday in Court each first month. Quarterly Court Begins on tho Law Attorney Club $1.00 fourth .Monday In February, May, "" August and November. HARTFORD, KY, ' Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tues- Will practice his profession In li Once stalled, a Miukc never knows and adjoining counties. CoinniorcieJ Hartford Pressing Cliib, I day in October. when to stop: has little nullify to do Other County Officers C. S. Mox-le- and Criminal Practice a.Spoclalty,. so, Indeed, and the prey rarely kicks Surveyor, Fordslllc, Ky It. OU.VTIIKU Ht,DU.,CENTF.K ST. bose. It has happened frequently in 1 ,F. D. No. Z Bernard Felix, Assessor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; loologlcal collections that n large snake HARTFORD, KY. Henry Leach, Superintendent, Harthas swallowed a smaller one mechanford; Dr. A. D. Hiley, Coroner, Hart ically, as it weie, when each has" seized EEaaasnaBsxREs i Law ford. the same food animal, lloth swallowed JUSTICES' COURTS. HARTFORD, KY. at It until the larger readied the nose Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday of the .smaller diner and then kept after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday Msra. W, II. Burma mid C E. right on as long ns there was anything after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday SmlUi announce that tbey iuivo form-.- i LIV-VER-Lin Its mouth, unless the victim of this after 3rd Monday In September, TuesiKirliKTshAp for the Kuiiurul pracdiscourtesy managed quickly to let go day after 3rd Monday in December. 1 John II. Mile's, Heliport, Friday tice of law, exc ipt criminal nnd dlvor of the fare nnd escape. after 3rd Monday in March, Friday cases, Mr. tSuilth biJng County Aittor-tw- y Itartlett tells us. hi his book on the after 3rd .Monday In June, Friday care of animals In tho London zoo, of Is ruven!od from practicing such Monday in September, (after 3rd one case where a boa constrictor de.Friday after 3rd Monday in De-- 1 ccasMS. Mr. Barnes wall individually voured a cage piate nine feet long who uccejt euch practice. Id Offloa comber. did nol feel disposed to let go of his O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesda) Hartford Republican building, Harthalf of n pigeon. Next morning tills (after 3rd .Monday In .March, We- ford, K" boa could not curl up, but had to lie dnesday after 3rd Monday in June, straight out for several days, nnd a (Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Sep wns spent lit the digestion of month tember, Wednesday nflei jii .Mon In this Inhospitable meal. Snakes will p.i -- si. ii t, ;. tw.h u ff J"nn December. .. . .. XSVlabltiVVafcl ILL'l 11L11L llll ItlV. llllll, way keep pushing their Jaws over a string from woFk for days by tnktoR calomel' : "oc'jpurt, gr cay of frogs or mice tied together until when pleasant Law keeps you! otter ord Monday d Monday in June trlday er they have got outside the whole chnin. on your feet, while relievingyourtroub-- i HARTFORD, KV. These animals have little, if any,sene i sater too, ana easy io wkc. uan 1 1, take anvthinir else. You can't afford da' aflcr rd Monday In December. - ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. 1IEAYRIK of taste and when they get their teeth sys-it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat i J- - c- - Jackson, Centertovvn, Sat- This office Is equipped for handinto anything soft try to eat it. tern and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, suro Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, ling Commercial Law and Collection) BULLET PHOTOGRAPHY. in its effect and certain in results. It Saturday after 3rd Monday in Sep- items as well as other legal and litiwill tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday won't bo lonjj before Uv- - Ker-ia- x gated matters. Practice In all tho comtiletelv cilsnlace calomel in ever! in December. Curioui Effect of Shooting Through a home. Children can take it freelv anV i M. C. Cook. Henfrow. Tuesday af- - courts. Prompt and vigorous service. Thin Stick of Wood. with perfect safety. Every bottlofcuar-- ter 2nd Monday in .March. Tuesday Moving plctines have been made at anteed. 60c and Si in bottles. Noau after L'nd .Monday In .May. Tuesday M. L. Hcavrln's Office. the rate of 100.000 n second in contrast genuine without tho likeness and sijna- - after 3rd Monday in August, Tues-tur- e day after 2nd Monday la No ember. with the rate of fifteen or twenty a of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by , second, which Is enough when reprodH. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. , lllonas banders. Olaton. Wcdncs-uced-on ; uuvi iuu allium .Mumia in n screen to give the eye the March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday impression of a continuous picture. In .May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday The only thing that moves fast enough In August, Wednesday after 2nd MonTo do any kind of Veterinato make such tremendous speed worth day In November. using is a bullet, and some extraordiH ry work. Hordes, mules and Grant Pollard. Fordsvllle. Tuesday nary pictures of bullets have been tacows-net- d 'after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- not die for want of ken at this rate, seventy-twpictures jday after 2nd .Monday In May, ThursCalls answered attention. being taken of a revoher bullet as it day after 3rd Monday in August, day or nisht. , Thursday moved ten Inches from the muzzle. after 2nd Monday In No- vember. Pictures of a bullet passing through j . J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after Cu:rc;d when everything else fails. 2nd Monday in Murch, Friday after Veterinary Surgeon rftin. The bullet passed completely I In nervous rrcstration aad female 2nd .Monday In .May, Friday after 3rd through the thin stick and was well on ( wes&r.esies they ore the supreme Ky. Hnrtforcf, Monday in August, Friday after 2nd its way beyond before the wood gave remedy, as thousands have tcsiinei Monday in November. any sign of disties. Then some tiny FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND HARTFORD POLICE COURT. splinters started out, following the C. M. Crowe, Judge; John H. WilSTOMACH TROUBLE the stick began to' split, and after son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens. it is the best medicine ever sold THE Marshal; Court com ones second .Monthe bullet had proceeded some distance over a druggkt's counter. SEWINO day in each month. the stick suddenly fell to-- ' pieces. No M- A- aNE City Council J. H. Williams. Maycamera shutters nre fast enough to OF or; It. T. Collins. Clerk; K. P. Thomtake pictures at anything like this as, Treasurer. Members of Council QUALITY.) speed, so no shutter was used. It is a Bad Business. Robert Hoover, P. D. Taylor. J. 11. Instead, a series of electric sparks B. Carson, E. The present low Tariff Is on a W. J. Uean. P. .Moore, Fred Cooper, flashed, the sparks following one was another at the rate of 100,000 a second, par with a dike built lower than tho NOT School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendleeach spark making a picture. The normal tide. A dike built that ay ton, Chairman; W. 11. Barnes, SecreSOLD film was mounted on a wheel about Is of N no particular use. There is tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley UNDER ANY three feet in circumference, nnd the very Uttlo business hope for Ithe and J. D. Duke. wheel was revolved at the rate of 0,000 OTHER RELIGIOUS SERVICES. worker in tho United States with a NAME. revolutions a minute. When all was M. E. Church, South Services ready the bullet was shot, the spaik Tariff which compels him not only morning and evening every first and flashed and the wheel revolved, the to compete with the workers abroad, third Sunday In euch month. SunWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. actual exiwsure being limited to a frac- who,, pay nothing toward tho necessa- day school JM5 a. m. Prayer meetIf you purchase thoNKVv' HO.MK you wll ing every Wednesday evening;. Rev. tion of a second so as not to pile up ry expenses of the American Governhave a life ussot nt tlio prloo you pay, and will plctmes one over the other. Saturday ment, but actually underwork and un- Satflle, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning nut liuve nu cudlons chain of reixiln. Evening Post dersell the foreign products, whllo and evening every second and fourth . "T ., l. tho safe dlko must be built liiKher Sunday In each month. Sunday school T" tQuality Not In Hit Line. than the highest known tide. A Tar-lt- f, U:4.ri a. in. Prayer meeting every WedA motor stopped In front of the phonesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. Considered be on tho other hand, should Christian tographer's, and a woman lacking none Church against fourth Sunday at 11 Services every to provide enough it is die a. m. and 7. p. of the nitlflclal accessories deemed nec- high essary to "looks" entered the studio. slumps in prices abroad and to coun- m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. Cheapest A couple of days later the photogra- teract effoits to undersell tho goods B. Wright pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day in the end pher submitted proofs for her approval. made by workers in America. A deschool every Sunday at 9:45 statut"Not one of those pictures looks any- pression abroad plajs havoc with to buy. a. m. thing like ine," the woman Insisted. e-book Tariffs. If the duty of a SECRET SOCIETIES. If you mint n hewing umchtne, wrllo for! The photographer tried in every way dollar article Js 25 per coiitum.thls Hartford Lodgo No. U7."), F. and A. to pacify her, but, finding thjs an im- is tho result: M. mrets every first Monday night our latest catalogue before you purchase. possibility, lost control of his temper. in each month. M. L. Ileavrln, W. The New Horile Seviinjr Machine Co., Orange, Mass.' $1.00 Cost M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. "Madam," he exclaimed, "did you rend 23 Duty Hartford Chapter No. St O. E. S. my sign?" "Yes." "Well. It does not meets every second and fourth Monsay 'cleaning, dyeing and remodeling." day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, $1.23 Total cost It says 'portraits.' "New York Times. If, during a slump, jlils sumo aiti-cl- o W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. JL; Is ollercd for SO cents, tho re-s- Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. The Sequel to the Joke. BUCKME'S SEEDS SUCCEED I Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights h Many years ago a visitor to Is: SPECIAL OFFER: of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenwas being shown over tho high rUuUtafcatU N.w.Hu.L... AtrlllwllP $0.80 Ccst ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney inuB yuu our pvnasjicui cuiionier. court of Justiciary. Ho made some ." 20 yDutPr ie Collect io ...wlikltul.I TidilliM. Foster, K. of R. & S. "ii!nii.iiHiw.i concerning the dock und Its du11 varle. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. 0. T. M. I Uci llw finest I Tinl.. T snlendUl 0.U.. but (JL I .it.-- d 10 pri.i-l.rties, nnd In reply the olliclal jokingly Tamil. la meets every first and third Thursday OOAKANTKLU TO PLKAbK. $1.00 Total cost said tho visitor might ono day be senIt. T. Write Mention this Paper. Tho American worker must now nights. Foreman, Collins. Commander; tenced to lie hanged in that very loum. L. P. Record Keeper. Tar-it- f, o compclo with a low AMAAAMMrrWWWW The sightseer was the notorious Dr. Acme Lodgo No. 339 I. O. 0. F. SEND 10 CENTS Prltchard. Two years later In the dock and. also bo subject to tho dluas meets every second and fourth Fri l to eoite Ww ml pickloi 4 nc.i. Ul. TtlaakW day nights In each month. C. M. Bar- - j. V ho had so closely inspected lie was tcrs of a slump abroad. ilf.r K..4 UmA. I UrtratUt. W tLU.Ul about thl HailurUlln a4 Pint B.ok, nott, Noblo Graud; W. R. lledrick. doomed to death for poisoning his wife !... It Is a bad business. ' Secretary. U. W. Rllftllkn " mothcr-lu-luw- . wAUSlUT ....... ....Vv, and WUMI,U Hartrord Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meets every second and fourth Sat-- 1 An Ideal Woman's Laxativo. urday nights Free Circut. in each month. Leslie "They are the most popular couple In Who wants to take salts, or castor ueuueu, council uommauuor; v. c. our flat. We'd nil hate to see them oil, when there is nothliifj butter thou Wallace, t'lerk. move out." Sunshine Jlive No. 42, L. O. T. M., Dr. King's Now Llfo l'll's for a'l "Why are they to popular?" bowel troubles. They act gently and meets every first nnd third Friday "They always hnu tho windows incuts natura'ly on the btonmch and liver, Uriftln, in cacti month. Airs. Attyo Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula I leu when they quarrel." Louisville stlniulato and regulate your bowels Pendleton, Lady Hocord Keeper. Courier-JournaKostone Chapter No. 110, It. A. und tone up tho entire avstciu. I'rlce, 25c. At 'l Druggists. II. K. dlucklon M., meets every third Saturday night Surprising Information. in each month, John T. Moore High "So your Httltf boy is In the hos- K Co., Philadelphia or St. Loula. Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. pital?" AMERICAN SOCIETY OF UQUTY. "Yes; the doctor said ho would have National Offlcerr, President, Ira 51. to have his asteroids taken out." J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; Y. Presi- UtCAI.I. PATTTDUH FOR FLETCHER'S dent, S. Ii. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky,; "My btarsl" Italtlinore American. Secretary & Treas., II. G. Tank, Wau- - V J7nr city and town J u Ui.iteJ but". "5 I sau, Wis, Fierce. r lies cauiopue. State Officers-Presid- ent. J. II. Mc- - McCA'ivs magazine A writer says: "Tho brnve are alMot. .ubc,ih,r. ,i,. ... Did you lnow that Calomel la tonncll. Princeton. Ky.: Vlco Prcslways tender." What n cowardly bird dent, J. 11. liurnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; L mapiiM-miui- on month. 'jnv.iaibiV.uu Mercury, and that Ita mercurlous ef- secretary &. Treas., B. . Kohertson. the average sptlug chicken must bo? New Orleans Picayune. fects will ruin the system, while Calhoun; Ky.; Organizer, T. II. llai- - F GrIi6b-is purely veg- main, Hartford. Ky. CPM Board- .Members State Everything you do countR see that etable, aud can be used with per-foiSn Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W, It counts for and not ngalnst you. safotj? Ask. J. II. Williams, Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Plrtle. I toAwt? &", XSS clUle lD2y Hartford, Ky. Davenport, Warren count). county officers L. 11. Tlch-cno- r, President; Henry Plrtle, S K. Dennett, Trcnsurer. Sec-rctar- y; -- v4a h Cleaned Pressed Repairing neatly done. I special attention. Hats -- )?&&. ' delivered. Otto C. Martin at rate per month. y, -- .T1! v Barnes & Attorneys at Smith USE ' ... i 'l -- AX I For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. M ! '"' ARTHUR D. KIRK! Attorney at ."....' i'"-"";; 1 J 1 PREPARED J'l Fa o otr'w W. H. RILEY t i'i Si 1 biil-le- t; NEW HOME '.'-- ; -- I y JZZl -- SEEDS 9 Ldln-burg- 1 to-da- y; Froe-Tnid- M , I j l. n-- ' Children Cry C A SJJCl R A 1 m ki ct fti":teft Jl.iinlmvZZ .J1' bSSIT $&$ H- - 1 L'na "y-- iM. ki ;l W CASTORIA For Infanta nnd Children. A PURE HEART IS A PURE YOUR OWN' VOICE. "" ic Bclen-tlllcnll- FOUNTAIN Ho:; Suggestions as to to ALCOHOL 3 PEH AtfelaW(?RTmMii,inri.i. i slrailalbigilicrooJantllJcdute ling UicSlouachsondlJavcfetl! i'pxt The Kind. You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Start a New Year fligiit, Pure Thoughts Two Way of Fighting Vlc, Sin Wo Mut Copy God'i Method Impurity I Devouring Our Race Its Ramifications In Business, In Religion, In Society, In Politics, In the Home, Everywhere The Fight Against Impurity Its Progress Its IVomolcsDigeslionkftW ncss and IfestXonlalns neiuw Ophim.Morphinc nor Mineral. W Ip Soldiers Its Efforts Present and Future. and Results, Now York, 4. -- Jnn-unr- y Not Nakc otic. jUxtamt JbcMttSJt- tfhmSrei- - jiirlptiirMiksaiSlwxa Hft JUL x - l'nstor itUS.HL'll. of t h o City Temple H for his text todny St. I'ii ill's words: took "V li it trtoe vur nre thliiKs pure. GHrc I VfcTW. AT" ill Use For Oves -- i ttfl Anertect Remedv forCcmsnci Ion , Sour StonucIi.DiarrtK) Worms omTilsims.rcvcr'J!i nessandlossorSLEL?. Facsimile Signature of nre lovely, wlmt-soevthings are of sood report; If there be nny virtue. Mini If thcro be nny prnlse, think on these tliltiKS." -r- Ll 4uS. VlUltnoeVL'lMlll!lJB NEW YOBK. 11:1.1111. Thirty Years II.LB.tr.l Ml Juaranteed uiMkrihc I CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. The l'nstor begun by enlllng attention to the will. Then hu showed that the heart represents the real man, whom we ure not always nWo to recognize properly. He (liioU'd'Scrlp-tur- e to prove that God looks upon the heart rather than upon the outward appearance, and declared that all vwho desire to tie pleasing to God should carefully scrutinize their own hearts. As n man thinks In his heart, the l'nstor claimed, so will he gradually come to do. iillipplims Other Persons' Ears. Lnloy. nho appears to have y Iiivcstlg.ited the matter, us that not only does one not sec himself ns others see him. but that ho docs not hear hlufself as others henr him. Some Interesting experiments were niado by the French suvunt in Ibis connection. In order to nscertnln whether a man really knew the spnnd of his own voice, Lnloy has been at some pains to determine the facts. Ills experiments show Hint If a person record on a' phonograph disk a few sentences by himself, together wltloth-er- a recorded by friends, and causes the mnclilno to reproduce these, It most frequently happens that the mnn more easily recognizes the voices of Ills friends than he docs his own. It appear.- that the differences lies In tho quality of tho tone. One hears tils own voice not only through the air, ns do his nudltors, but across the solid parts between the organs of speech nnd those of henrlng. The wjund thus produced has n different timbre from that conducted to tho car by the nlr above. If one entertain nny doubt ns to this let him try the following experiments: Take the end of a wooden rod between the teeth and pronounce the vowel continuously. Let the other end be 'nken alternately between the teeth nnd released by another person who at the same time stops his cars. The latter will And thnt every time he seizes the rod In his teeth the sound will be stronger thau when It reaches the car through the nlr above nnd thnt it has n different quality. The passage of Bound through n solid body nugments Its intensity nnd modifies Its quality. Harper's Weekly. A How You Mny Hear It as It 8ounds tonic. She says further: "Before. 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a ndw woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.f In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's It Always Helps CARDUI Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more thai, fifty years. ut a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! KWJ ,. i tmt IWWWUUlllllJlllWIulllll JAMES & CO,5 DIPLOMATIC KNOT. First Class Llverymeti Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, i SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSg LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market Street The man who does not think has not propcrl begun to live, continued the l'nstor. The mnn with wrong thoughts bas before his mind wrong ideals, and Is still worse off. All must admit, he declared, the truth of the Apostle's proposition that we must think upon good, honorable, just. pure, lovely things, If ve would bnve our lives Just, noble, pure, lovely and lovable. 7K :x i. LOUISVILLE, KY. The only and original poultry supply house south of the Ohio River. We keep a full line of first-clas- s POULTRY SUPPLIES AND FEEDS. Write for Price List. ssssssrosssssssssrossfros Save Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCsli'i Magazine and Using AleCa!! Patterns Ladies! BlCKBEfi'S BULBS SUCCEED. BULBS MtCat "cCa!Tt rtfCAlLS MAWZJMi SS "SS' ismtrz. ri..iircrriiiiMi-tit,ins'viiriiiiI111..10 vti.Iii-h,.f tl lic!s yi-tire I lily in a moilri i by Locoum, t u novtoil C!i tl.) Matiltlll ls Made to fcalld Kw HiiIum. A trial will fn&k iou DRrmanrnt ruu ' " tamer Hatlsf Action ffti&rmateed orroiir moneT refunded. ' r ESPECIAL OFFER' uifau l.u-i-t faitlilnui 1 i 1.1 7 r.i'i l li i u j I l !i I'iitfitcu (Alio. 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HAtlQUOOK on I'a'outs cent freo. tiMost nu'oiiry for accuriMir patents.I lliilnnlfl tutatl tlisklftiBlt viuihi t . k.kA. 1 iiiviii (utwunu HIiiiiii itto iftcUluotlct, wlllioutcuarao, lu Scientific AtticricaiL A Itandiomelr llliutratod wecilr, I firnoit clr. riiuiloiiot any arlontldo Jnurnnl, 'lernis, ln yenn Jour nioiitlM,(L flolti brail newadealpra. B,o.d.3,. New York MUNN & Co. JJranch OHlc, CU l' St, WnihlnBiou. , a l Ifo -- RtDE.MARKS Drouiptly oouluxl all count! U's. or uo oUala THAT PAV1 aUrlU thtia tborougliijr, at our I i wipeuao, auu Tivip you to succaas. vioU or akriclt f or II C C raport I Boud to vearr practlra. oil catwiiablllty. A33INa RtFEFICNCXS. Kor fru UuiJ I book ou I'rontabl latent writ to tx patent r au. X)n4tf pus I J "IIO J "03AVM0110H'NOlMH0l qi.n , )do. ss stlui. mj joi yu$ Q3-I- OI WAIHINOTON, v wanth Stra iido4 ii oi pi kj.M.iti diii ill j I i)mnii5n'J'ii'X',lJJ"J:i'ruiiZ3-aiuss fc aiiiij 1U m. ljjXH5iib'niidjuin'po'uiiXdcud Il8ll04 Hl( 131(100. U05lddS 9U() A The Pustor did not choose this subject because his congregation is devoid of good Ideals, but because we ore all apt to let slip some of tbotc noble Ideals set beforo us lu the Scriptures. The opening of the new year he considers to be a very fnvornblo time for resetting our heart affections upon things noble, Just, pure, lovely, and for exercising nil the will power and resolution wo enn command. Thus wo rauko character. Then be reminded his congregation tbnt wc are nil preaching both by word nnd by notion: 'and thnt others aro Influenced more by our actions than by our words. As God's people, wo aro all to show forth His praises as we have opportunity. Our ordina tion Is of God through the IToly Spirit -- the highest, the only authority. The World' Purity Congress. Last November l'nstor Russell was appointed delegute to the World's Pur ity Congress.vhlch met In Minneapo lis. .November 7th to 12th. There be met a band of noble men and women who nro" laying down their lives In the light against sin. Some labored ns Christ's followers; others, from merely a humanitarian standpoint " The l'nstor then gave" resume of Painfully Mixed. the work of the Purity Congress. The A very fashionable young mnn stop delegates discussed, not merely the 'ped at n florist's one hot summer day evil, but rather the good nnd what to order u box of flowers sent to his must bo accomplished thnt good may lady love. At tho same time he also prevail. He was pleased with their purchased n design for tho funeral of spirit of moderation, and noted also u friend. Ou the card for the box he their iippreclation of what ho has wrote: sought for years to set forth: namely, "Hoping this may help you to bear that apparently much of the sin and the heat." vice In the world results from igno Tho other card boro tho ofio'word. rance nnd superstition, although nil "Sympathy." nniht ngree that there nru people whoe Very soon tho girl telephoned: vicious conduct can scarcely be "Thank you so much for the flowers ns other than wicked, But why did you write 'Sympathy' on devllNh. the card? National Monthly. The congress devoted much Hue to discussing the welfare of children, the Writing Popular Songs. Only those who have tried It and Pastor declared. It wns demonstrated thnt iinioug the very poor Ideals of fulled know the dNnppoliitments of tho chastity are practically unknown. song writer striving to Induce n pubTheso children possess"kiiowledgo of lisher to look at his work. For those ex mntters beyond their years: and. who would try heio Is n tip from one mingling with others In the schools, who has made good: "If your song Is they suggest Immoral practises to those to make u hit the nlr must be hard to whose parents have sought carefully remember, though catchy und pleasing to maintain their purity. If It can be whistled by any one who hears It oiice or twice it will not sell, The parental duty of giving chll nnd the publisher will reject It." New dron proper conceptions of the sanc-tity of their bodies was next discuss-ed- . York Sun. This Information should be given liefoio the child enters school: for iirst Wonderful. Critic Tho heroine of your story, old lessons In vice uro sometimes given even In the klndergaiteii. notwithman. Is blmply wonderful. Author standing the teacher's watchful eye. think so? Critic Yes. The child should be assured ttinr tho You say on page ten that she hissed parent will give further Instruction "You nre n llnr!" nnd nny woman who u Inter ou. mid should have such can hiss such a sentence as that can't In the parent's truthfulness thnt help being wonderful. Boston Truu-scriIt would wolt for that further which every child's mind seeks regaining Itself and Its orhdu. Cold Comfort. Tho Pastor declared that many par"Oh. papa, Mr. Spoouer iiroposed last ents do not know how to broach the night" subject of sex hygiene to their chil"Aro you sure he loves yon V" dren. Areve to see young boys start "He said he'd die for me. papa." had habits which will Injure their own "Well, you'll both die If ybu try to health mid that of. their poMcrity? ho live on the salary he's getting." Bosusked. yet great euro should ho ex- ton Transcript. ercised lest evil ho encouraged, of guarded against. Rather Otherwl From thirteen to fifteen seems to be "Is your daughter musical," tho ngo when clear knowledge Is quite "Well." replied Mr Ciitnrox. "sh necessary to save tho child from the woenm so in eotiverx-illoii- . ,ut wheaf oll which bus overtaken ninny. The she slugs opinions differ parents, tho Pastor claims, ure 'the ton Star. f Instructors and protectors of You may stretch n truth Into a llV their families. Nothing cnu excuse them from this. duty, whether church but can't shrink a lie Into truth- .. work, slum work or even lllblo stmly. Selected. . char-ncterlzsen-buii- I, coull-dencInror-inntloii It Wasn't Tied In a Tangle Just For the Fun of the Thing. Ever sluce diplomacy was first In vented Its most eminent practitioners have expended tbelr best efforts In mystifying if not lu actually deceiving their rivals. Dbcr Lund nnd Meer cites nn amusing anecdote of diplomatic life fn the eighteenth century. lu 1741 Count Bestushew wns sent by the emperor of Itussia to Stockholm to put the question of war pr peace to the Swedish government. Upot arriving the count made known bis mission and then wnlted patiently for on answer. Finally when he bad almost given up hope of getting a reply he received a long communication from the Swedish minister of war. Eagerly Count Bestushew opened the letter, for he knew mat it contained tue long expected answer. But to his despair he found it so encumbered with official phrases nnd formalities, that he could make nothing of its meaning. For two hours he struggled In vain to comprehend the confused document. Then he hastened to the minister of war. "My dear Count Bestushew," said the minister when the count had explained his difficulty, "I have no authority to communicate to you orally the contents of this document. I could not think of it." "But I have puzzled over this for two hours, nnd still I can" make uoth-Inof It." "Prny, do not blame yourself, count," said thj minister. "You could hardly expcct.to unravel in two hours a document that took me two days to knil und knot together." i OUR CLUBBING RATES, The Republican and Louisville Herald !1.3 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis The Republican and Home and Farm '..1.60 1.75 The Republican 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The itEPUBLiCAW huU juauy uwensDoro inquirer ' k O'boro Messenger lt75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democr- at andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInqui- .4 Twice-a-Wee- '11 ys 1 - -- Address all orders to 'V THE REPUBLICAN; . - YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads' Envelopes v - I o .. -'.' Statements Cards And t. ...rV " other printed forms are given 8 lU Special Atteziton In The Republican Job Department. 44a fi : 4s ' Who Has the Lucky Number? 3)73 GET THE BARREL OF OLD QUALITY . d Or we will give tho cash if tho ono drawing this number would prefer it. Bring it in and tuko your choice. P. R. LANCASTER $ CO. Distributors or Owerisboro, Ky.e OLD QUALITY (Jod-glve- n ;u if i OLDW. S.STONE PREMIER PURE l!: tj - . n.- -- i; MKPAPER W MAN HOLE OF HERO i Handed He ROUtS Hand of Raiders. Carcwpondent of English faptr ' JvJCiaiicesqiie Exploits-Te- lls ", al Queer Customs. BdcuEon, Jan. 3. Alan Ostler, a VBfia1 correspondent Of an English xivra-fiipcr- , is the hero of all Brltlan xm Ztr, result of a most Klilngesque cwtfi SInWo handed lip droo n n2afcU3 jVbyslnlan chief and iband KtMer out of an oppressed village "i oTiJUah Somallland. And this act that he knew tho Brlt- -. rfirfonJal authorities objected very coun-jCc--atrxxdy io his presence Jn the Jfarthcr detlis serve to strcngth-Jttij- s jH0wi-eccIveserve to strongth--- o 3 jstory of audacity as first told xm Jtirhf cables. tGUcr nas sent out In an effort jrtc jproave tliat Uiq friendly tribes in ol -- S. d fore him. He Is quite favorably known in Rock port and like; his superior he is very popular with his pupils. His work in tho Bchool room !s excellent and he Is giving tmtlre satisfaction. Miss Eunce Shultz, Is AntEring nt Glbell, a small village a demure and pretty little teacher street. from the Abyssinian and Is a social favorite in Rockport. .aAaul 30 nd'-cMiss Jowcll Taylor, one of Roches.aswtftfcr. Osftr1) found that for 11 would be by fire- Her winning ways and charming ter's charming young ladles, lias re"Sometimes It British subjects, .tttafTB jJbc natives, light In my zareba, with the flames, manners have endeared her to our turned to her homo after a islt to perEeuH tftai jobbed and maltreated by glinting on the filed teeth and g'list-enl- citizens. She has her pupils under r$"atlvcs hpre. .o Jmst4 jof Abyssinian soldiers bent fect control and the favorable talk ol eyebatys and naked spearheads Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ashby, are at pvarnor of Harrar and led proves her ability Tfar work home after a visit to ro'atlvca at of half a score of deluded savages, her sood Is also quite popat his captains. '(is Cvenaboro and Ltvermorc. whose earnest attention to my inter- as a teacher. She Tm marauders had taken sheep, preter's me bitterly ash- ular with her pupils. She is a niece Master Elmer Colyer son of Mr. words made and utensils without Sometimes it woU'-- of our well known townsman, Judge J. L. Colyer, the barber, is 111 at amed .of liad whipped Somalia who Fulkerson, formerly mayor of his home on Main street of be in tho shade of agreat euphorbia 3. L. Rockport. Last, but in no means wawftcd and had injured oao woman cactus in tho heart of the bush, near ajo vcwtcly by striking her in (the a handful of squalid huts. least In Importance and popularity, is Xmatm with Uie butt of a rifle that Miss Jesse Ralley, who is nowjteach-Inf- f Habitual Constipation and all liver "Two days ago It was at a well 3k .isas likely to die. The vlljagers In her third term here. When it troubles can be cured by using deeply chasmed river the bed of a Ask J. H. managing and Instructing Grlgsby's .uaS. iilC3iueii of the dlstjjct, hailing that I found a vast concourse await- comes 'to lD.2y newsnaperni&jr? as a governors and So- Williams, Hartford, Ky. .atio JEasish ing the 'toorki;' and there in clouds Kentucky's future requested Wjjj to drive ciety queens, Miss Ralcy has ideas of dust, to the braying of asses and Old Black Mammies. with the JSbc Jtsslnlan robbers put. And Al- tho lowing of thirsty cafcb't, I must of her own. Mer third term Mrs. A. Moore, Jr., of Berryvlllc, Rockport High School demonstrates sit In the shade of an overhanging Va. has inaugurated a movement to S&e jQrst took careful statements went bad- the fact that she Is a capable teacher tell JUio tfcaders or the Somalia. rock and'us' in how thlnsa at first,, as well as a most exco'Jeut young build a church, which shall stand ! ly with the kite war In that town, as a memorial to the Z3Mn lis ifent for the Abjesinlan out that now, 'lhamdu 1 1'lah,' all is lady. TftaUtewE. One .of these was a notorious The Rockport Hish School is lo- "old black mammies" and their tendell again and the cursed Nasranjes &m 30iued Yusaz Roblch, who cated on a high hill overlooking the er care and nurture of tho youngsters are driven back. jiroXesses to be a French, city. It has been declared by those of the South for more than a cen"Of all the habits and customs or tury. The Virginia incident is typiJRwUsh and an AbjBSInlan subject ;iv (our fellow British In position to know, to be the best cal of similar tendenecs throughout present these Esa Somali jak iX. ults his purpose. At subjects there Js 'Vltt.'e. to add to location in Western Kentucky and the South. There Is an "0?d Black JUc .ca profiting by acting on his what I have said of their marriage it Js fast booming one of the lead Mammy School" In Georgia, and in S3b .the British will not support law. They Ime no industries beyond ing educational institutions in this nearly all of tho Southern States y1jur tRualbi. the making of sandals and weapons section. there is a disposition to perpetuate (fitftks Joonfrontcd the chiefs of the SMALL POX SCARE. spears, knives and hide shields. Ihey He ZixMxCix with their accusers. Smallpox has again broken out in In concrete form the momory of so a most naked, s:ar their faces A admit that they had no and bodies with tribal marks ana Rockport despite tho strenuous ef- these faithful old colored women, tho history of whom has never adequatjtaufipw oi excuse for toeing there upon the milk of their flocks. forts of our local physicians to btamp ely been written. or subsist Qoffincfl the order of tho governor reported They have excel'ent sheep and fair- It out. Two new coses are In antebellum days it was the "oil FSiwaxT, wlio had sent them to ly good cattle, goats and camels, in town. During the fall the disease b'jick mammy" that solicitously and report that raged with considerable vlnTence inio tlie truth of a Jthey se'l in the. Abysrthlch offlclousncss With an intelligent a ier3 jqT elephants had been seen sinian tatter Two days ago I but through the efforts of our Tocal watched over tho young scion of the markets. Ev-crValley. Ostler then m att Debrawein met a man driving eight camels and physicians, Drs. Dewltt, Park and to the malady was stamped out. house as he grow from babyhood inci3sil the Jlbysslnianscountryreturn four ostriches to market. and Every precaution will be taken to to boyhood. It was (the "old black to llielr own "Theso savages and some of prevent the disease from again mammy" that shepherded tho young saA io venture into British .territory are .the least hospltab'p of lady of the house through her formapermission of a responsl-vwt8w2i the any tribes I know. Even when not spreading. arfti8h authority. Tho raiders actUely unpleasant Jn their behavior POST0FFICE WANTED BY .MANY. tive years, decking her for the Kay social functions of that period and . !!! repeatedly H'.r 1. hut returned The most momentous question of sometimes Joyously, to strangers, they will not give help the preparation xri&k ,scusoa. present or sustenance at all and will not tho day Jn Rockport at the for he wedding. It was tho "oltl oriUagers were anxious Ostler even so'U anythinff without Th a great time is who will be the next post black mammy" often that closed the iliwul .not 0 until the raiders had deal of persuasion," master ''here. Many of our patriotic eyes of the master or mistress of the fjfO. iar away. So he stayed. The citizens are quite willing to help the mansion when death had dropped a jHBiyJafcins hegan preparation for Department out of their Postotflce Yur Liver Lacks Grlgsby's curtain over the stress and tumult dejisuiture. by euttlnB all avail-'- I Try a bottle today. Satisfac- dllcma and have already proffer-ivtitfe.ficdlcr in the enclosed pastures. tion guaranteed. Ask J. H. Williams, their services to tho Postmaster Gen- of Jife. During tho war and be it lastingAAe; tut aii armed guard ocr the Hartford, Ky. lD2y eral. However, Just who will get the ly remembered to her credit the "old ftwpraad .refused to a'fow tho Abys. conjecture. office is a mattter of btick mammy" was still faithful no take it away unless paid .ibi3sc Postmaster Walter Russell, who is King's New Leaf. in attendance upon tho family, the ftns. "3TJ Abysslnians finally deirt-- r I desire to thank my many custom- tho present encumbent, has made a father or the brothpr of which were jiood grace. Ostler made a iA tmxth ers for their patronage in tho past mighty good postmaster, in fact the often at the front fighting to perJb32uQd report of his action to the paand wish them a happy and prosper- best one the town ever liad. The petuate the syeem under which tho . ;tiir8lh(Titi'js at Berbcra. relying on ous new year. I trons of the office would 9ike to see old woman was held a slave. Durlnff think I can do betZuaiBilation to Justify his Jnterfor- ter by you this year by selling for Mr. Russell retained as postmaster the occupancy of the South by Southin African arfalrs. system there and the Postofflco Department Would ern troops, it was Hho "old black SMKatedJy Ostler had been turned CASH. Under the cash are no losses to make up and no bar make no mistake in reappointing mammy" that remained on tho planHo finally UaJr. jfroui Somallland. you think you are him. tation and did many of those nec ljy traversing tluj land of feelings because GETS PROMOTED. overcharged. My stock will be more essary menlla chores neglected "by JHt-a- . .Soma' I, who orduiari'-kill .&ts Mr. David Keeton, who has for a complete than over and .will bo well the newjy emancipated negro. xiS Skropcans on sight without niak-aui- c equipped to do ail harness repair number of years been pumper at the Orty a few of them are left toaay inquiries. Of these, he Illinois Central water Btatlon here, day. They linger as reminders of S. L. KING, work. has beon promoted to traveling an era that will never return,, and The Hardware Man. nCW of their pleasing tribal fiaws pump repairer. Ho will have charge for the going of which the old South sfctvuoi tliat before the young Esa of the pumps between Central City is, materially, better off. But in their Notice. married he must Kill his jisfcy 1c and Paducah on the Illinois Central quiet submission, their fa'onuine The examination for common schoo line. , TJbis law may bo owided if Mr. Keeton is one of bur their efficiency and moald-'b- o husband, finding no diplomas will be held in Hartford best citizens and whllo the people of Christianity, their unobtrusive aervjeo, the "old on tho last Friday and Saturday in r tuue whobo decease he can conven- Rockport regret to Jose him as one arrange, goes Jnto a kind of January. All teachers having pupils of J is residents there is a rejoicing black mammies" set a sterling exItntV ample to the younger generation of ViuaeuLnmlp with a niooro successful expecting to take this examination compensation in the knowledge that negroes. Were it more conspicuousHo Is then considered to will please notify the superintend- he has bettered himself. jinuaetc. ly followed by tho latter tive so- ent at once. uaarw Jn tho glory achieved Hauus RECRUITING OFFICE OPENED. ca'lcd "negro problem'' would speedOZNA SHULTS, S. 0. C. 8. 1H9 Xm xurtiter and may marry on the 26tl An army rccruIUn? office has beon ily resell u itself Into a myth. For the jiihunh of it. opened in this city, the office at Beaver "old black mammy" spirit is the J For Sale. --HKiil, the sporting spirit of the Dam having been discontinued. spirit of receptivity, of consciousness Good farm, in Ohio county, near The new office is located on Alain Htut tnt'.her condemns this trifling that one must craw) beforo walking' ttsUfc Xio actual meaning of the. law Barnetts Crewe church, containing street in the building formerly ocand of susceptibility to dUclplffce. caMuta wtys. lu effect, that before a 120 acres, all Iti cultlvatit n except' cupied by tho Rockport News, and is And that N tho spirit most urgentaiay bring a human being 5 acres. Good; I room dwelling, barn in charge of J. W. Baker. ly needed by the nero of our day, he must make room and all in good repair. Ib tlvo NEW RECRUITING STATION. by iielping somo other per- - Well watered and in the oil belt. For A new recruiting station will be Atlanta Constitution. t Jub terms and particulars apply at this opened at Morgantown the last of .4M iaio the next one. Notice. -- CSJow, It la not always conunond-jtat- i office. the week by Mr. J. W. Baker, who All parties having claims against asaas-ia- c 17tf. BARNETT & SON, Agents. has been in charge of tho local ven among the Esa, to tic. estate of A. C. Leach, deceased, a fel'ow tribesman. Further, station. He will be relieved are hereby notified tot l!e same prop. jn hmU hum liomlclde practiced upon Moving picture shows every Fri h&re by Mr. B'ackburn. While here erly proven, with me on or before aieishboring (tribes, with day and Saturday nights at Dr. Beans Mr. Baker made a large number of January 31, 1914. pitwkirb of te4ir excuse than a desire for opera house. New, songs and new friends and it is to be regretted J. I. LEACH, Admr. u3atriJcny, la apt to Increase the pictures. Admission 10c. that ho Js to leave us so boon. The 23t4 Central City, Ky. tv es s ns -- zmmuuta and killed by the Mad Mul-JirJihat tlie Matter gets his arms Cstm tho Aybslnlan factory at Ad-ftJSicba, and tho truth the plight of the Somallland &ox& territory arc still already considerable unjopularty of tlio Esa trlbo In general. I "The best thing, then, that tho Esa youth can do Js to kt!an Abyssinian (which, to Jils credit, ho'rare- . ly misses a chanco of doing), or, If possible, a stray European. And, on 'account of this, Europeans do noi 'travel among the Esa; an Abyssln- Ventures near them un- I Inn" never less well armed and in overwhelming numbers. "I have been Irave'lns now for bight days through the Esa country. Jjcmuro or.t'iy thus could I evado tho Abyssinian authorities, who have been trying to prevent me from crossing Into British Somallland. And 1 am ashamed to say that, en tho third day of my travels, I found that my guide was representing me to be d Turk, and that I did not, by cither threats or persuasion, succeed in getting him to do otherwise. "It is no retoctlcn upen a bravo pass nation to say that I object-ting as a Turk, when I am not one. My guide answered my objection by stating l -- IrJy, that If he gave me out to bo one of the discredited English I should sppedlly figure in an Esa wedding ceremony In the ca pacity of sacrifice. On the other hand, as a Turk, I might bp sure of .This, to my utter dlssust, was mono than proved. Formerly, when an Egyptian force garrisoned Hcrra, tho Turk was overlord of a' these parts, and his name is still in veneration. "Consequently, sailing under tho false colors of a Turkish minor official, 1 have received 1 do not know how many deputations and have tried to adjudicate on knotty points of tribal Jaw far beyond my ROCKrORT. (Special Correspondence.) . Itockportj 'Ky,-I- an. 6. Prof, prlnclial of tho Flock port High School, Is the young est high school prlnclial In Kentucky, bespito tho fact that ho Is only 22 years old this Js his third term in tho school room and he is climbing tho ladder of success rapid- ly. To be. the head of a hloh school and have four assistants under one, Is a recat tho ngo of twenty-tw- o ord wo can boast of. Yet this d'oan cut progressive yionng man can lay claim to that distinction nnd ho gets away with it in an admirable manner Prof. Mitchell Is another Ohto county boy making "Rood" In .tholr chosen vocation. Desplto tho fact that ho is tho youngest principal in Kentucky, he is making a record for himself that many an older tcaohcr would be proud of. 'His work In the Schoo" room Is most 'satisfactory and the high price of his work is a good proof that ,what he tacks in years The ho makes up In grey matter. school tills year Is tho Insst in years and this is mainly due to tho zeal ous efforts of this enterprising prin-- l Clydo"-Mitchell, following have enlisted since tho station ' VT .was opened here. Frank i .- -, Robert Turley, Chostcr Olbbe, - Um" L bo very. "well satisfied. Levy's Sale Continues To s' f- - .r rii ROCKPORT TOWN TALK. Nclllo Martin has returned to Nashvlllo after a .visit to rcla- t'ves here, Miss ,.,, ,, .. fl. ,, Attract Attention arc at homo after a visit to tlvce at Kuttawa. roia- - clral and his three able assistants. Prof. Mitchell has three assistants and a word concerning them will not bo amiss. Pref. J. W. Kirk, who ffocs in strongly for athletics, is bi'bo a young teacher with a promising career be- iMrs. Minnie Burghos nnd children, of McHcury. aro tho Ruests of Mrs. WUbcji at tho City Restaurant, Miss Nannie Hclsey lias returned to her homo, nt Bawling Green nttcr a visit to her aunt, 'Mrs. Jennie Blades. Miss Emma Green 1ms returned, to her l"Miio at Drakosboro aftor a visit to Miss Geneva MoDougal. Mrs. Mabel Miles .has returned to her home at Loulsvlllo after a visit to ly'fitlvca. .Messrs. Sam Maplo and Vol Garrett of Nelson, were In town Sunday. .Mrs. AV. H. Bartlctt, or Owens-bo- n has returned homo after a visit to Mr. and .Mrs. G. E. Bartlett. Attorney A. D. Kirk, of Hartford, .vaj In the city on legal business . h rlday. Mr. and iMrs. J.""Kcown, of Broad-wnhave returned home after a visit to relatives here. Mrs. Jonnlo Blades Is tlUIng Mrs. Murial Tipton's place In the post-ofriwhile the latter is ill at her home on Spring street. Mr. and Mrs. L. Rushing Hunt, of Martwlck, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Danks, on Sprint y, co Smart people know that the Levy stock of fers better values now that it possibly can later on in January. As the season advances the selection grows smaller and then the dreadful , cut in price is accompanied by a dreadful cut in values. Levys urge you that for good values buy now. This is not a scheme to get you to buy now, but merely a fact which your good judgment will tell you. Levy's prices are reduced as follows: SUITS $37.50 Suits are... $25.00 $25.00 Suits are ... 16.G5 $18.50 Suits are... 12 35 $15.00 Suits are... 10.00 $50 00 $37.50 $25.00 $20.00 COATS in B I E Coats are.. $33.34 Coats are.. 25.00 Coats are... 16.65 Coats are... 13.34 $15.00 Coats are.. 10.00 Thirty sport coats at DRESSES Any dress in the iiouse one - half the original at one-ha- lf the original price. price. Among other things Great value in a $3.00 ekirt for $1.98 in black, that we offer as specials at this sale is 300 waists blue and green. y used for window purpos$5.00 and $6.00 Hats es or stock soiled, that for $1.50. we will sell for 98c. 3e PETTICOATS WAISTS M-r- s .rtjftdder ipay-faee- my-Bel- -- 8 come to Levy's Sale and make it a rule to GET THE i i I 9 LEVY HABIT! " IT PAYS muni DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L 1 9 ,VJ -- ly ?tsb; AT HALF PRICE DURING I V -- rrtr -- JAXTITAH7 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN te Has made a special arrangement whereby the Daily Courier-Journcan be furnished one year for $3.00, "six months $1.75, by. mail (Sunday not included) to all persons who wjll give their orders to us during the monthB nmed above. Better still, you can have the. Daily Courier-Journa- l and THIS PAPER one year each al '"" V--i. For Only S3.75. After February 28, 1914, the priceof the Daily alone is $6.00 a year. Take of this special Bargain Offer at once and REDUCE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING, Courier-Journal ge a -- -- -- 3r Tq Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Mist Be Sent Us, Not to the Courier-Jottrna- l. '? 'Q -- . , w .4fe. t --- . i WMtfU.M