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CLOUDS ON command of elles hor of turned over who would to scq thcsQ -- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. Yar No.2f L A Jury to testify jforo tho grand tho forts pf tho Dardan- EDISON INVENTS JOB HUNTERS against him. It may hotter illustrate TO BE HELD tho Bosphorus would bo niy Btory to My that this accommo- to tho German officers, AT DlflTlfctr bating messenger was himself a mem- A NEW MACHINE I AK I not even ' bo permitted U her of tho pqttlt Jury. I havo only forts or suggest any ImPOLITICAL SKY a guess at the process followed, but provement in their construction ..... .. K1....I.I t. auu armament,' ouuu u uu ul uhj Plrl Will Replace Fifty RUSh Buildings When Informed cross tho state lino Into Tennessee tlmo feel that the Independence of un" before sunrise tho next morning. Mexican Federals Will Set- Turkey was In danger ho would not Nobody Satisfied With Men He DePlaces Would Be A better Illustration, perhaps, of the askltiK tholr kind assistance. ! hesltnfo With Us. notion these 'pooplo havq of not turn-in- s tlement Balkan Question. (After performing their jmrt of this Given. clares. Informer and Incurlng the lastlaughable diplomatic farcq the ambasing contempt of their neighbors was sadors drovo back in darkness and Women and Civilians Are Allowman, the some buslRussia is Still Turions and Aus- rain und n. few hours later Uio Gcr- - ' New York, Jan. 14. Thomas A. Ed- - DETROIT. Mich.. Jan. la. A crowd ncss case of a countvhaving t?nt tmnhxisent at tlio mnn mllttarv mission arrived and ed To Accompany The ,n v.ivui in cno-i- i .iiKllpncn bv ison, the "Wizard of Electricity,' or men estimated at 10,000, seeking up before tho grand Jury and when tria Nettled Over Loss of Saturday asserted that Henry Ford's' employment Uiis morning at tho plant questioned about buying whiskey, Soldiers. tho sutan. Influence. Tho fait accompli has proved too(SChomo to divide $10,000,000 BUnualJ of tho Ford 'Motor Company, stratod too conscientious to swear falsely, rioting when they were told fused to testify. The court ordered much for tho ambassadors and tho iwua oimuwaioono mmiuiuciuraauu w Washington, Jan. It. All of question may bo considered settled l'ay a minimum wage of $5 Is no after they had stood n the freezing 'tho witness sent to Jail and In Jail ' It Is. of until Russia sees somo action on Uie criterion of Uio present treatment cold for several hours, that work could ho stayed until the Brand Jury ad- Berlin, Jan. federal soldiers now in 'course, too early to. predict what part of tho mission against which 'of emi.tyois; iliat tho action Is no not bo given them today. An officer ' Journed, "and now," said a native of tho United States foontor' ' I tlio now year will bring?, caiicctally Slio may raise. b lorniai iiruiosia wuu nnflnn nf tkli linn til rnnv nr flnt.lnllnm. . was knocked down his clothes par- - J o me "nobody will bo afraid to sell transferred to Fort Bliss and internil. an practlcnlly all the Parliaments of somo'prospect of success. " and that it simply is the automobllo tlally torn off, and bricks and other that fellow whiskey." ed there indefinitely. Eurojx) arc BtUJ cnjojlng their The sales rooms are small, window-les- s Secretary Garrison ordered tho Franco on her part has received manufacturer's way of dividing his missies were hurled through the winChristmas Micatlon, there nro plenty compensation In Greece for the mis- - profits wlUi the men who made thoj dows and doors of Uie factory. After affairs and only one purchaser transfer, with permission for the ad-- ( a fire hose had been turned on the is admitted at a time. Being unable, of ominous clouds In all corners of slon or Gen. von Sanders, for tho calns possible. Such action, 'lr women and children to accomthe political sky. The. hopo that the king of tho Hellenes has already opted ecncrally by employers, would crowd the rioters dispersed. Five ar by reason of tho illegality or their pany 4ho soldiers if they desire. md of the Balkan war would at iloast business, to appeal to the courts for There arc about 3,000 of tho Mexinnrna mean tho end of trade unions .Mr.' rests; were made. nnu. .The efforts of a policeman to turn pdotectlon tho whiskey seller takes can officers and mqn who tomporarlly scttlo tlio Balkan ques-tio- n which has been placed under the ab-- f Edison said. Ho Insisted that-M- r. fled across as far as the remainder of Eu- solute command of the French Gen. Ford's high mechanical equipment the crowd away from the factory doo the responsibility of preserving or- the Rio Grande when the (Victorious rope is concerned, has utterly Tailed. Hydoux and which Is to be the enabled hlin to put the scheme In strated the trouble. der upon himself, and usually does Constitutionalists OJlfiMp, entered "We can't stand here and freeze to It effectually. In this, however, he and with them besides many woaea It may even be said that peace lias model for all other Greek army i action, brought up a number of difficulties corns. Official Germany has no inton- "Ford is just starting his employe death,'' shouted some of the leaders, Is greatly helped by the unvarying and children, are some 1,500 civittaa Tlio tlon of raising tho slightest objec- - with a blue chip instead of a white" and a, concerted rush was made, rule that tho purchaser who becomes refugees. The latter arc not prktoa-e- rs which could not be foreseen. Balkan settlement has really satis-fle- d tlons. It is now said that Russia has one," was tho poker simile of tho toward 'the building entrance. Several disorderly on or near the sale promand wild be allowed to do as they nobody, least of all Turkey. already taken steps to follow the electrical wizard. As Mr. Ford was hundred managed to get Inside tho ises is forever barred from buying please by Uie military authorities, plant before Uie trouble-makewere more .whiskey, and this privilege is tho those dcslriaK to remain on AmAustria Is dissatisfied with the loss example of France and that a Bus- - one of the Edison engineers In of her Influence In BuUarla and with general will fee stationed at trolt fifteen or twenty years ago, Mr. under control. Tho thermometer reg- Jealously guarded. Tho goodwill of erican territory will hae to MtVKy the Increased power of Scrvia. .Rus- Sofia and given command of a new Edison knew' him and appreciated hin istered nine, degrees above zero, and ones neighbors Is the greatest safe- the immigration officers. a 4ilgh type of machtnist, wlth-- i many of the men had been standing guard or the illegal whiskey seller sia is still furious because. Germany corps of the Bulgarian army. Some-(a- s With Presidio sixty miles awiy against prosecuUons, and both seller from the nearest railroad, has a new opportunity to organize times. Indeed there seems to be sood uorse sense, "ana anouicr nappy in line since long before daylight. it will her Announcement by the company of and buyer, recognizing this fact, qutq an undertaking to get the amy the Turkish army and Is doing ev- very little difference between the thing, ho was not affiliated with any n a 10,000,000 proflt-sharin- s feel- actions of the powers and those of financial concerns." distribu- these saleplaces are usually as order- of prisoners to its haven. Brig. Gen. erything to stir up Mr. Edlbon said the betterment of tion among its employes in 1914, (has ly as a Sunday school gathering. ing In France, though it Is evident children playing In a nursery. Bliss, commanding the border forces, Tennessee has no will march his uninvited visitors that on this point Germany must At Uio other end of Europe, Swed- manufacturluK conditions will come brought thousands of employment Northeastern and will remain firm. The Turkish en Is almost in a stato of panic caus about through Uie perfecting, of bet- - seekers to Uio plant during Uie last railroads and it is a daily occurence northward to .Mar fa and there put people gave Uio German general, von ed by tho discovery that the whole ter automaUeally controlled maohln week, but tho first serious trouble ror these mountaineers or ihat sec- them aboard trains for Fort Biles, was experienced today". Tlio profit-shari- tion to ride muleback thirty or forty near El Paso. The thousand or more-horse-s Sanders ,a most cordial reception and country is bcliiB overrun with Rus- ery. He said ho is completing a plan went Into effect today. which will do the work of fifty miles to the Kentucky stlllhouscs for the Turkish government declares it- - sian spies. A former Danish officer brought over by the Mexicans a ga'Jcn or two of whdte whiskey. probably will bo used on tho Journey why Kussla was arrested at Uilea and it wa3 men, with one girl to haud! it. He olf unablo 4 and Franco should object jto a Ger- proved almost beycud any doubt that added Uiat there would bo plenty Thirty Days in the Foothills of This new whiskey, right from Uiolot tlve or slx as rthero will worm, sells, for three dollars a gal- - have to b wagon teams for the slclc man general reorganizing tho tho czar's government ad extabllsh left to ibe done by the human beings Cumberland Mountains. Ion. In fact these people will not!and wounded the women an4 ii8 'long as French officers cd a center of esplonago at Copen- eliminate! from work by such maj. It has occurred to mo that, In .writ-I- ns buy red whiskey at any price. TheyUren and the bagKago. jio Ifcng been doing tho same for hagen whenco spies of various na- chinery. manners; tastes aud liablts regard al red whiskey as adulterated. oJUU! Vtkie Greek army. Secretary Garrison' deteranlned' to tionalities wcro sent to all fortified &: or the people of Uio fooUiills 1 have "There is a rapidly IncrcauinK fear Swedish towns and naval stations. In a subsequent letter I shall de- -' Uold tne refugees after an hour's' con- France Earns Millions off overlooked an Important feature of serioo in aetaii tne enure process or and distrust of Russia in Turkey Whllo the Swedish government admits wjtn counselor Moore, of Tobacco. mountain life their relation to tho manufacturing whiskey at the small suction lono of the press Is cxcecnl-ingl- y itnd tho the stato Department; MaJ. General Jt has absolutely no reason of comAccording to statistics from France, liquor traffic. Before tho imposition djstll'eries. bitter. plaint against Denmark, it does not Leonard Wood, chief of staff, and "Tanlii' Fald the other day: feel so sure of tho neutrality of Nor- tho tobacco monopoly of tho French of a fedcial tax upon the manufacture The J. H. THOMAS. Brig. Gen. Chowder, Judge advocate government, netted tho Stato of whiskey these slate hills were full "Assisted by the Uomiau military way. Only a couple of weeks ago the general of the. army. Ills action is last year, the largest return of small distilleries. Indeed "moon-shlnluWhat Ails the Country? I mission, it Is our Intention to en- famous Swedish explorer Dr, Sven In contlnuaUon of the policy adopt- flourished for many years ,. wnH tioMmt. deavor to reorganize our army. Wo HcdJn, wrote in the Swedish press: since the foundaUou of the monoply, In htn nrtdnpsfl in 1ia PfmerwiQ ho nA mAninx in have no hostile intentions against rnlfttnl1t Vrtrtvnv In on Mrlv flftltond- - 102 years ago. Tho original capital alter distillers were required by kw llad 8uramonea m extra sessIon t0 mcnt in a,8po8,np or tJle federate whr ,,,. t,, Trlf, Pnpa,,w wKOn . . JL w-anybody and we do not see why we cnt on England and Norway s posi- - .out r which this .vast profit wias to ho roistered, and, in spite of wItmu .wjww, utooiu uiu mn.vua t , am' made was $30,000,000, or about one- -, wntfhfllt "ravdtliii.ro " ..uo nn.t ,,... .,w.wo, lion ..v,w ..of should owe Russian an explanation. ., D rrnir . Souora and into Brownsville, Texaa, W iw. w.iM UVII, M , uwww Are wo perhaps no longer a free and concerned, iiis dlamctrlcallyopposed third of the caplta'lzatlon of tho late10W.W..UUU 1Jje ,0 from Matamoras, Tamaullpas. 8cn by tQ0 ly dissolved American Tobacco Com-- 1 people have not to this day como to undqr exIst,ng ,aws independent nation? Wo Intend to to must be ilsUten. of Uie Constitutionalist soIUIcts jwho-werthat of Sweden." oany. The French government super- regard a tax updn their solo luxury e(J reform and modernize- our country sooa Tho Tho air is full of rumors of Im driven across, the llnq at.otfeer ohQll M. points, and Russia iorslstcuti!y tries io p!aco pcdlng sensational events' in Bulgaria, vises the growing of all tobacco and as anything but an unwarranted in- - fW , Hnn f)m annna tho disarmed by the. Amerthe planters are compolled to sell erferenco with their personal rights. . . i. obstructions In our way. It is qulto wncro uie iiwurouj onanist vuc n,,. . i. fK)m 8UirerIng( and tho v,. ican troops, were subsequently allowentire crors to the Stato at n Uio monutaln homq U.q whisky our men of bus,n088 will be f evident that Russia Is plan&ing our Ferdinand is increasing to ed to "filter back" into Mexico iwftiea since tho " Jug Is as common ns Uiq coffee pot U)rlve by destruction, but Europe win commit elections of December. The Social- - a 'alr appraisement. lnsU;ad the coast was clear. For the present, of an irretrievable and criminal error ists and Agrarians openly threaten to Twenty factories are permitted to and. bo It said to their credit, Uiey or by ,aw of ,egl8latIon mA artl. however, there will bo no more! "tilt' Uio ncto, arrallgenient. P this obacco and cigars are an as temperate of tho uso of if she gives way blindly to Russia's chaso the klnK out of the country as We nlU8t buIld erine back" Secretary Garrison aa- mu luun-ui." a uuuunu iiniu obui ui mu uuu us oil me out up trade, especially foreign trade, nounced, clUicr of federals or Con- and a traitor and tho papers dally attack entire ui country. Quantity luruuui no er. Here, where everybody drfnks Wo makes need the outlet and tho enlarged stltuUona'Jlats. him In Uio moat violent terms for I'rlvato reports from Constantino- having ordered Gen. Savoff to attack difference, cigars coating just us whisky, the habitual drunkard Is an f,e,d 0 nergy mont Ulan ever Tho Secretary decided that the ple glo a very graphic description tho Serbs and Greeks, ithus causing much when purchased by the thousand .7 women and children who accompanisingly. The hotas his nolchbors. la onlv character. The Tar i la v which President ed the soldiers Into Texas should be of tho hours Immediately prcccuing Bulgaria to leso even thing she had . M , on Uio arrival of Uio German officers gained during the war. Czar Ferdln - ,a,m luaiautaiiiB uu iitu vibaio ui i theso people hold Jn greaoter fcon- - Wilson din n u'i 'xto form and to remain with them In (the - t"o samo prices for which they are tempt than tho habitual drunkard Is on Uie pasi In Samboul, . rt'ich he camp if they caro' to do so. and. who Is' living in terror or as I Rarely havo cxp.r,iice.l diplomats sass'lnatlon. Is now said to be on Ulscne1 mUf,c' 4but the informer. With these people the , d fervefit, BO co immedteta- I ttu "uu u lu XJU 1" '" ua man who buys whisky 1'lesalb-o- n.l acted more clumsily or mado them-- 1 tUtiU Wi o,0l,, ow ,becn effectlvo '7ll days. ..,.w. wowiww onlnl.sn ThatJwaIlta iu tho- matter of food and tholr own profit. The rights to re- - it Is all sold unlawfully and runs to Tarirf .'aw opened our own gates gen- selves more ridiculous than did Messhelter should bo provided for by the 4 tall Is erously tobacco are Jealously guarded court to Inform tho grand Jury sieurs Bompnrd, Mallet and Glcrs New Railway Planned. to tho competition of foreign army. by tho. government and It is neces- wanting in all tho elements of honon that occnblon, a friend of mine producers, but It did not open a Central City, Ky., Jan. 11 A connected with tho German roga movement is now on foot hero bacl:- - sary to secure a Stato penult boforo or aud manhood, and it is a pretty slnglo foreign gato to our producers. Forest Notes safo bet ho will buy no morn whiskey tion writes me. instead of following ed by Eastern canltallsta to build a rmnntniv nnv Iflnfl nf n rot.il! Qtrtrn Tho opportunity for reciprocity, so A rancher has applied for tbc"rer.t- ,g nj)t nmch Qr m from any dealer .thereafter. Nor B!sn,ncanUy alld wonderfully shown tho usual practice of rallhiK on the' street railway lino connecting Ccn- - J forest, Colorado, do 'bo uwd In'eou- individual to got rich scll- - will anj body elso buy 41 for him ort In the afternoon, Ahoy j Grand Vizier lu our relations with Cuba, vos nection with other private land, for would ,u(f tofcacco tral City aud Drakesboro. Ihls for thoso Tonnessco hos a Isiw to prohibit the Ignored. awaited tho coining, of nightfall and 'raising elk as a commercial venture, majority of tho CSinUllsn lall coiimiunicauua accom- mlts are usually granted to tho wid- manufacture, as well as the sale;. M at an hour when tho l?i'in llin nffnrt of (ton&ro&s to re-- 1 towns and twoiity-fl- o small ows of army and navy officers, or whiskey, and tho small distilleries vyo The government Jias'just sold ,, people cf Stamboul were asleep and Amerlcau t.ommerco aud 8hlp. at least 20.000 pooplo. Iho to omploja of tho government. The tho "Joint" keepers bate their ving by restoiing tho' 000 cords of cedar wood for shinpleJ ready to retire. modate tho Kffcndls were will consider tho grantCity Council widows, however, arc permitted to salo rooms Just over the state lino Domocrat0 discrimination In favor from tho Washington national for-I- n They went out In ruin and darkness ing of a franchise it the project t jcaso their psrmlls to other persons, Kontucky. A'J the Kentucky coun- - of Ami,rjcnll Bnj.,s WUJ nullified by est. Tho slitKlcs nianufacturwl from carriages in tho Avon-- , and left their nil early meetlnif. in consideration of fixed annual pay-p- ties along tho Tennesseo stato lino t,l(J iiregjdem'a own order! no do la SubMnio Porte, greatly to jtllls WWM, lalu s,x 1,lct-- t0 tUl e mi-.ej ments. That tho government con- -' are prohiblUou countlos but as tho, And of of tho doorkeeper. tho astonishment w0 havo ,lul 73 daya ot lUm. weather, woud ct.vtr i Miles P. Mattingly Dies. ducts' Its business with a view to1 dletillers and dca' '3 s 11 oi.l) to Ten- - lnsU1Ing 1)loauction, of gradually ex- - ioof. Tho Grand Vizier, who had at his office much later than Owonsboro, Ky., Jan. 131 Miles I tho greatest profit is attested by for-ol- ncssocans IndlctiucuU for Motions o Msoowasomcut .of falling', TU visitors to Franco who find Uie of tho prohibition laws, are rare. 'J rfeivirtment has n.kuUho usual, was no, less surprised when Mattingly, aJfed seeutywo years, ciearints in nil sections serv cc to Investigate guljo, f were announced and dltKl at his honle.ln this city Monday tobacco of an inferior quality to what Soma dealers soil exUuslclj to Ten- - dlmIn,8heU building operations and of tho ambassadors miippiuo wcou. for nosslblo use 11 i sol to each separately informed him of Uio morning as Uio result of a stroke of Mirv nro noeustomed at home, fiut nosscrans, wh o othei-- w ,n Uock" tS pnd bWp. Ix.nBlt "f"'8 object of his visit. Each of thorn In1 apoplexy sustained more than a year tho Frenchmen, not being familiar a few Keutucklaus who are known to PnBUmVa gee- - , ,Ci and b04;Cn OT the KMfW. ago. Ho was born In Nolson county with foreign iboaeco, do not know bo trustworthv it Is a common spec- , turn pretended n vcr to havo heard for do,llUo .vood. most uaxi for dechs. of ComMlerce now a tho dlfforenco and go on smoklne taclo.on the monilng circuit court ft nnythlng of a U rman military mis- and came to Daviess county in 1S51. awirol,riaUon to oscor . In 18C2 Mr. Alattingly enlisted In tho homo product with as much gus- uw5niq m ii tuumj iu sion and asked to bo informed what Tho state univcrbity tanas in aiv ta)ll wlmt ntl8 UlQ coimtry. no wants business German officers could pos- tho Contcderato army. T..T wsis u to us If it was of tho finest Havana Kentucky men gathering lu a d,a-- 1 tho trusts Invcstlsatod soma inoro. an zona are to bo lumbered under a y tllloiy or fa?ts house, like lilrUa I11Ury nto agreement betwocu tU sibly havo In Turkoy and what tho j member or tho Tenth Kentucky Cav-a- stock. Indianapolis Star. rotu j rices nnd nuiny ! and at ono time was under Uon. CuuieniiH for their autumnal flljflit, ' otllor tbings. government had to do with-- , government and tho stato land iwit- Turkish . King's New Leaf. to ninreh over Into Tenneasee, to, (Ipn. Von Snndcis, who, they had' Morgan's command. ilinuiry. u thorough ' mission. Arlzono is the frlbt sUte Mr. Mattingly was ono ot tho mos.t I desire to thank my many custom- stny until the grand Jury breaks. t nm(I()j w() dl8cl03B mm.u valuaUo In- - in tho southwest and ono of fowln Informed, was to bo mado Just been prominent distillers In tl State, be- ers for tholr patrouaso in Uio past Theto are, of course, possible w,t - formatlo, and it It shows oxactly tho country to cut its timbered lauds commander of tho First army corps. . of them thereupon m uio ing tho owner or tho M. 1. Matting- and wish thorn a happy and prosper- ncsscs getting out of reacli of tho Each m many men ar0 ,out of t.ni - I'on forestry iirlnclples. . . frJctuttlcst io88lblo manner cxprc.sv ly Distilling Company. For a num- ous now year. I think I can do bet- processes of tiiu KRiituckv courts. .iinvuiu.ir . n.i.i.- ....... .iiiimiiiiwim, i.. au in will' .. Tho annual niootlnK of Uie Atm- ber or years ho was a breeder of tor by you this year by soiling for Theso are,, I understand, furnished t'.' od tho fear that Uicao German offic"h much depressed. In spite of the 'Forwtry AswxiaUon will bo daut'erous thoroughbred race horses. Ho was CASH. Under tho cash systom there a quart a piece and sent to a uo ers might iK "m hehl In Washlneton on January H. 1 won are no tosses to make up and no bar which had pethq, ownor of boarding house. to Tu i key's Jrtdepcndenco ami promworth $1.000,000. New York Amer-j- A vice, proal- prbjeut, tweuty-on- p ised to do anything within his pow- -, many ?argo, pursi s, aad was lattr sold feelings bcoauso you think you are 8oualluiowledgo of an instance wheiu lean. ueiUS, a treasurer, iu, juuuiiyr mm overcharged. My stock' will bo more a man, who s.'omud to enjoy tho or to assist In keeping them out or for $10,000 oy Mr. Mattingly. five directors are to bo elected .and He was alto tho ownir ef Old complete than over and will bo well Your Liver I.ncks Grlgsby'sUv-Ver- of a deputy sheriff, 0. turn tried to reassure' them, ho .J bnitiQ today. Satlsfac- -' plans made for an Active campaign Trv most politely thanked thorn for their Sfne, which won many big rnctt. equlpicd to do aH harness repair sixteen, miles to furnish a lliuor tuil inv 14. during or witli a list of witnesses who had' tlon guaranteed. Ask J. 11. Williams I'ror forest conservation S. U KINO, cordial Interest Jn Turkish affairs, Ho was a personal friend of ihu --ito work. The association has 8.000 members. !D2y Ky. bo- -' Hartford. been ordered summoned to appear Tho Hardware Man. he assured them that neither Uio Gov. William Uoobol. I ASPRISONERS Stay I tho-Mexic- lu.-AV- hllo ( m i : J re-fug- eo c..i r.i v Do-sl- an rs anti-Germa- ma-chl- uo ng Turk-""te-nrm- y, . 1 $105,-000,0- 00 g" . ,.n .... ,... gj. ., e I - Mer i. anti-Turki- antl-lslamlt- ic pal-Icy- s ", r' tho'"? "'' te i cna) n. 43.-ai- ul time-honor- ' a) 3 1- -2 gn ... of, s J'.'L ;u-iiiuii- dw-- v lmm I -- Tv-uess- eo eon-flden- co W r-- ' inr "; k '; GREAT MAJESTIC RANGES t SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AND SALE 19, V , ononlyek Monday, Jan. M"Jtnitj)j iv ',? As a special Inducement during our demonstration week only, with every MAJESTIC TtANGl: sold (prices always the same) wo will give free one handsome set of ware as illustrated here. Kvery piece of this ware Is the best of Its Islnd. Not a piece that is not needed In every kitchen. It cannot possibly be bought for less than $8.00. This ware Is on exhibition at our store. DON'T PAIL TO SEC IT. SHiZE $5.00 MAJE5TIORANGE5R:":iADE-1NALL5IZE5-and57YLE- to Saturday Night, Jan. 24. CHILDREN 5 ONE WEEK ONLY jUk Souvenir Day 6uim4)jjn Ifiutiiitjl ZmZm I ?Hj W( , WHICH SHALL IT BE? to continue laboring, burnd ing valuable fuel and destrolng cook stove? food with that old worn-ou- t i'ou KNOW that old stove eats up a lot of fuel each ear. You KNOW you have trouble In getting It to bake Just right. In fact, spoil a batch of bread every once In a while you know it costs considerable for yearly repairs. Stop and think and figure. Wouldn't it pay you to buy a good range a range with Do you Intend high-price- Tueidiy, llctwcrn J As p. m. The first 150 boys nnd girls who present to THE MAJESTIC HANOI SALESMAN at our store, between 3 nnd 5 p. in. Tl'ESDAY, written answers to the following questions, will receive a "Canary Illrtl Souvenir" FREE. What range Is your mother now lining? 2 Do you know anyone needing a new range? Who? Why Is the OREAT MAJESTIC the 3 most durable range nitulo? 1 150 MAJESTIC BIRDS FRFF ONLEG5IFDE5IRED C3l Iff 1 lifif &liP ' !! nKli'KM'i LiBHlJy M tOT ,'lU, lltPfl i, & JlM'S-b- k i ti!ii ' a reputation JI? tfS Range Vou make no mistake In buying the CHEAT MAJESTIC It's the range with THE REPL'TATION ask your neighbors. Then, too, It's made just right and of the right kind of material MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL IRON riveted together practically air tight lined with pure asbestos parts being mallaeable can't break has a irorable reservoir and an oven that doesn't warp that's why the MAJESTIC uses so little fuel, bakes Just right every day In the year (browns bread Just right all over without turning), heats 13 gallons of water while breakfast is cooking properly handled lasts a lifetime, and costs practically nothing for repairs. Don't buy the range you expect to last a lifetime 'unsight unseen;" you'll be sure to Come to our store during be disappointed. demonstration week, see the GREAT MAJESTIC have its many exclusive features explained find out why the MAJESTIC is stronger than other ranges where 300 most ranges are weakest. The Great Majestic TOFFEE-POT- - t Bp mymgnimy -- I'lli'M! rau ,, wm- in1 ' '' v ftrSa 3ril l.VslW5 I tkRIPPINQ-Pflri: BlRnuIREu-DRIPPiri5-PflN5- - li m l Ml , 7.11. iiP.tmm. jl cnn-mso-B- The one giving neatest and best nnswer to the Inst question may select any f 1.00 article from our stock, In addition to tho SOUVENIR. Don't bo discouraged If you are not one of the liiO to get a Canary Hlrd Souvenir. You will get a MAJESTIC PUZZLE CARD. Some-thin- g for nil tho boys nnd girls. You can have worlds of fun with tho MAJESTIC I1IRD it Imitates the canary to perfection. lie sure to have your nnswers ready to AFTERIn ml In at our storo Tl'ESDAY NOON, between 3 and '. $1.00 Article FREE this week a special demonstrator direct from tho MAJESTIC FACTORY All during SPECIAL the best range on earth at any price. Come, If You Intend To Buy Or Not EDUCATION lies In KNOWING TIIINOS KNOW why the oven of a range Is heated KNOW how the water is heated HOW the top Is heated WHY tho MAJESTIC uses ro little fuel KNOW how a range Is inado will bo glad to show you "ALL AIIOUT RANT. ES" show you why tho MAJESTIC Is -. SiBf OF "TCTAXfeXS FREE Inside and serve you in a chance to who knows. outside. the future. COME. This education may DON'T OVERLOOK KNOW THINGS shown by one Don't Overlook the Date. This Is A Special Invitation To You And Your Friends And Neighbors E. P. BARNES & BRO., - Beaver Dam, Ky. will the Republican join with us In BOTH AMENDMENTS the sentiment that our Natloual affairs should be regulated in' the Entered tccordta? to Uw at the Poitoftic Fine thing for the Mexican fed- same way." DECLARED VOID Hertford, Ky.. si mall matter o! the second erals that the Rio Grande is. shalThe cases are hardly parallel. No, low at OJinaga. They prefered to we are not in favor of treating tho wade rather than surrender to Gen. residents of Japan, China, Mexico and C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Villa. of Appeal's Court Decides other countries in trade relatione as Editor ALLISON BARNETT, Associate same as we would the people who live Constitution There is no doubt that President No Creek, Sunnydale, to Wilson is the whole cheese. Even at Beda, all communications Address and surrounding country. TXjC Hertford Republican. Mr. Bryan .was not Invited to that When we trade with our home peo"out at sea" conference with John ple, we not only help them but we Lind. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS w m,i wuww. tJ. "VJ T t -dcAlrlng the paper Kent to a new r " ,1 .Hi n "ri no up pur roads and come "Vrl wut Ktre the old addre In making the It is to be hoped that "movie" taxes, keep tiihw "a wwnwg aiurmeu me ,01 W"" pictures descriptive of the bad out- here to trade with us in return. roaat. Franklin County Circuit Court, hold- EwiMa Local ami Notice 10c per line and So laws of New York city will never WHY YOU SHOULD BUY AT ,ng the constitutional amendments, hat for each additional imwrtlnn. permitting the classification of prop- OlMaarlre, ttaiodulon and Card of Think 5c be shown to the Innocent mountaineers. per tiae money In advance. ilUMc. crty f0r the purpose of taxation, and Obarrb Notice for aervlce tree, bat other One of the biff mail order houses the amendment for working convicts and" The Courler-JourFTimes ckrrcb ariTrrtlxemrnt. 5c per line. Chicago cleared IS.S22.610 last 0n the public roads to bo invalid. will receive no tried very hard to sick Gov". McCreary of kmoLjaovt communication The amendments, which were voted atlckUOD. scrap at year. The Ifjdihood is that some or into the recent political Frankfort, but your uncle "Jeems" its employes were paid as much as on at the last election, wero attacked from $'J to $3 per week. Most of by George G. Speer on the ground TXXiSFZIOlTS O was wise. IS3 tho money made by the firm came that they had not beeu advertised as by 3 Inducers' SXvxtusil....... Repre- from the pockets or confiding people provided by the If that M1, introduced-constitution ninety sentative Olllvcr becomes a law, It hundreds of miles away, who did not days .before election, and his conten- will be some consolation to the vast have enough civic pride and loyalty tion was upheld by Judge Stout. FRIDAY. JANUARY 1C. majority of our people to escape a to keep their money at home. Louis-- 1 This opinion was affirmed by the tax of $100.00 on automobiles. ville Herald. Appellate Courtf today. 11 Is gold, Lind is a brick. Exactly so. There ore some people; Secretary of itate Crectllus, whose Secretary Redfield has asked ConEfforts to fix tho date of lluerta's gress to give him an appropriation In Owensboro and Daviess county duty It was to advertise the amend- aMiUion have been about abandoned. of $4,000,000 to pay the expense of wb send to mall order houses tor ments ninety days before election, finding out what alls the country. numerous articles which can bo failed to advertise thorn until sixty These now leaea are now more Thoro Js no need of all that expense, bought from the Owensboro merch- - days before the election. He certl- than two weeks old, and beginning though an honest answer might be onts for less money. These same peo- - fled the amendment to eo on tho bal- to kok brown. worth the money. Business is suffer- ple are sometimes heard to complain Jot, however, they carried 20 to 1. ing from an overdose of free trade about the salary of this or that em- - A friendly suite was brought to test Old 1913 was a successful year In .p'pje.of.an Owensboro store, yet if tha law. Tho Appellate Court sajs rcspoets It supplied many hor- policies. Roiii everybody sent; to the mall order the constitution fixed the tlmo for rible examples. The bill introduced by Senator nrock houses for everything they buy ex- - advertisement and loft onty the man- at Frankfort, cutting down the annual cept a few groceries, thero would be ner of publication to the legslature. When the fellow with tho cash bus appropriation for Kentucky Orphans few stores In Owensboro, and tho The court holds that the provision xoudn abroad, where does the Araer jHonio society from $50,01)0 toJIO.OOO hundreds of clerks now omplojed here of tho constitution Is mandatory, and ion. worker come In? should bo passsd. This organization would have to so elsewhere to find should be carried ont to tho letter, Future historians may data tho de- lias been a leech on tho State long work by which they could earn a "To say that the words of the con- stitutlon are directory and not manda- cline of our Republic from tho time enough. It la not worth Its keep llving. and exists to keep up some supposedBuy everything at home for three tory Js to ileuue, a Wolatlon of tho finsUVtiia took to playing golf. ly klud hearted gentlemen who might reasons: instrument every day and every hour 1 Kcrmlt Roosevelt is following the and shouVl be otherwise engaged. Because you con not buy cheaper says tho court, when lie footsteps of hia grand-pa- , I "To preserve tho Constitution in- The Court of Appeals has decided elsewhere. 2 It means tho employment sous South for ti cliarmlns wife. or violate wo must regard Its works, that tho two Constitutional AmendI people. cept when expressly permissive, as No Ohio county farmer can afford ments adopted by the voters last No3 It means better salaries for mandatory, as breathing tho spirit of vember aro void Localise tho Secreto miss tho county institute to be those who. aro employed. Owensboro j command. hcM at tho court house Jan. 21 and tary of State, Mr. Crocellus, failed Inquirer. "The fact that 100,000 persons out to glvo ninety days notice of the voto 23d. Exactly to. Why send to England, of 400,000 voters voted on the y on tho amendment before the last and Japan to buy our goods, ment is no assuronco that they prop- One is naturally curious to know November election. Tills la a very If Secretary Do an sworo off Uio use costly mistake and had it been made thus depriving our home people of crly understood the question," Bays of grape jaicq on tho first or the by a Republican Secretary of State tho work and keep the money out of thp court, in holding that It la abso- lutoly mandatory that the amendment year. thoro Is not very much doubt about circulation hero. bo advertised ninety days be.foro the what mnay of our Democratic newsNotice. election. JJin Pureoy Mltcliel has boon papers would now bo saying. .. . i. I desire to meet aJj the A. S. of mayor soverul weeks, but somehow "Tho Hartford Republican, along js. tobacco poolers at tho court houso GrlgBby a NowYorU still carries that Tammany that de with the Herald, rejoices that the tar- lu Hartford at 10 o clock Saturday, llclous liver syrup, has displaced look. iff tax, or city ordinance, against Jan. 17. calomel. In nearly overy home. Good TtSt present legislature began the country meat has been removed by T. F. TANNKH, and children alike. Ask 'for grown-up- s wariTfif economy by creatine uncon- - tho Hartford City Council. " Now Chairman of the Finance Committee. ' J. II. Williams, Hartford, Ky, lD2y j Cen-tertogiUf-rUic- J?( otfIoes Ith Hartford Republican.,st,tut,onalto J1G0 per day. ounting series am- - $$sss&rosro$s&Vft Hartford College! MID-WINTE- R TERM BEGINS JANUARY 19, 1914. ,j ,4T- -- fr al ...... A largo Normal class will bo orgaui.ed. Also new classes in High School work for those entering then. If you wish to prepare for Teachers' Examination, onroll in theNormal Department. If you wish High School work, there will be classes to suit your needs. One of the best buildings in Western Kentucky steam heated, electric lighted, with all modern equipment. Good board for $3.00 to $3.50 per week. Bo one of the many who will tako advantage of these opportunities. For catalog or further information, write 1 H. E. BROWN, or A. President E ELLIS, U-d V. President. f 0roro&srororarorov3$s$ss TO CARRY FEED I 1 WvxBBi ? 3Pi re t quality Is easy enough. bettor than that. I endeavor to hao Feed of superior quality and to sell It at tho ordinary lirlce. That I am successful Is proven by my large and Increasing iiatronago. If you will try my Food your stock will be healthy and strong. I li Pianos, M. A. FAUGIIT. Hi I Mgr. HARTFORD, KY. Factory Iicprtsentatiw for High Grade amend-German- of ordinary try to do Player Pianos . and Organs LATEST SHEET MUSIC. Write Us for Catalogues and Prices. EasyPayaeits. Llv-vor-L- W. E. ELLIS The Produce Men hant HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY - 4- - V, r , 2-g- Hartford Republican. FAIRS' BASEMENT! FIIIDAY, JANUARY 1G. I M. II. & Our Basement is always an attractive place for economical buyers and there are many reasons why. but January is a month that we offer unusual bargains and it is especially so now, as we have it full of extraordinary values. Read below: Grnnito Buckets Galvanized Pails l. Tin Pail 25c Whitewash Brushep 21-ga- E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. When Your Blood is Right, Your Whole System is Right, If You Have any Blood or Skin Disease Do Mot Delay -- : f L. & X. tlnio card cffcctlvo Monday Aug. 21st. No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. tu. dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound duo 1:15 p'. m . IWC dally except Sunday. N'o. 11C South Dound duo 8:4G a. m, dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Dound duo 1:46 p. m, dally except Sunday. ' II. E. M (SCHICK, Agt. Mrs. Bcatly Hancock, who has been qultq 111, Is convalescing. Mr. lira. Alvln Howe, of Cen- tcr,U)wnf were m town Tuosuay. Mr. Oscar Hond, of Elizabethtown, was hc.ro iibl week on business. Mr. P InC OlTstrai, Select, tailed to sco us while In town jestcrday. Mr. Cha W. .MulUkln, McIIenry, was hero on business Wednesday. Mr. J. 1). Hill, Simmons, called to see us while In tho city yesterday. Mrs. Ira V. Dean has relumed after a .week's sojourn in eastern cIIe3. Mrs. VJJI .Moore, Until It Is too Late but Order : -- -- TO-DA- Y! IOC 10c '...; THE HOT SPRINGS REMEDY I A Complete and Positive Remedy for IUC Steak Pounders. Hand Bells Corn Poppers Good Hatchets 12-q- t. ...... .".,. . '.'- -. "C 10c "C rr ERYSIPELAS. .:..: .." 10c JJJC JJJC t A.03NTES, MALARIA, Dishpan Granite Washpan Steel Frypan 25c Granite Dipper Big Glassware Assoitment China Cup and Saucer G od Quxlity Scissors Pocket Knives Rolling Pins ....'. And All Other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases, Hot Springs Physicians Pronounce this the Greatest Blood and Skin Remedj '....? .' IUC IUC IUC lUC 10c 10c The above are only a few specials for January. Many more values that we cannot mention. "A hint to the wise is sufficient." BUY NOW. Buy from us, and remember IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH SAVES YOU MONEY. A HOUSE THAT EDK. W. SMITH. Pres H. D PAYNE, Sec. Mid Treas. J- - 8- - LEACH, Manager. yt 9iBBBLBBjBBBH JPBBBBJ H BBBBBBJ lBJBBBB'Hn lljiBT -- . .m - .rfcwtSKHB BjUBjBBW ifajjp BB VftmfiH BMBTmBiWP 1 i niZy r "aaiw:l f f H '."7 Uf WT. J'isS&afl 1 . ? THE E. W. SMITH CO. Incor)orAtad Owcnsboro, Kntudly The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. Everything in Furniture, Carpets, RugAWimlow Shades, Matting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Itaagw and Refrigerators shown in large varieties. ONE PRICK and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S ft WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTSAND PRICES. Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. Pay Th Freight. MtntlonTh PpibllcanJ We of Now York, arEver Placed on the Market. rived Tuesday to bo the suest of relatives. FU1I Course Treatment, Six Bottles, $18,00. Singles Bottles, $5,00 .Mrs. Ma&glc Griffin has returned home after u visit to relatives at WE PREPARE A REMEDY FOR EVERY DISEASE. Elisor. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hoops, Our Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest of Its Kind Ever near Sunnydalc, on tho 7 Inst., a 1 fino girl. Offered Suffering Women. Mr. Wni. Fair has returned from tho East, where he purchased his Write Us Your Troubles. All Correspondence Strictly Private. spring goods. WJIUamson, Miss Margaret after spending tho holldajs with her father at Graham, has rcjntered school hero. HOT SPRINGS. ARK. Ave. Tho Ladles Club will glo a reception Saturday afternoon at Mrs. II. E. Brown's for Tho Hypatlan Literary Society. J.Mr". P. A. Moxley, formerjy a resdisease Incident to oldTlge wll be held in all of the MagisterSpecial Offer. ident of Ohio County, now living in mornUi&.of Air. Chlnn was a confederato soldier ial districts by County Judge John Senath, Mo., Is visiting relatives and Tho Dally Louisville Herald durand a member, of Dr. J. E, Pendle-ton- a B. Wilson and County Engineer T. friends near town. company. He was an honored H. Benton in an effort to work up ing January, 1914, and tho Hartford Miss Cllfflo Tlnsley, Washington and respected His Inter- good roads sentlmnet and find out, tf citizen. year, at neighborhood, has returned home ment took place at Goshen Wednesday possible, what tho people desire. An Republican by mall for one special price of $2.73. Kentucky's grand-mothe- r, after a visit to her Send us ?1.25 and receho the Hart- effort will bo made to get the at- greatest newspaper delivered at your Mrs. Matilda TInsley. ford Republican one year and the tendance of the State Road Engineer homo each day including .your home The second quarterly meeting for Womans' World, Home Life, Green's at these meetings and no doubt paper, at the price of $2.73. This ofpCentertown charge, M. B. Church. Fruit Grower and Farm Life, four other citizens of the county will be fer positively expires on January '31, South, will bo held at Centertown splecndld monthly, magazines, either 1914. invited to bo present. and Feb. 1st. Jan. 31st one of then! worth tho price. If we meeting will begin do not soon hear from you you will A protracted tf. at Goshen Sunday night. Rev. Napier, hear from us. tho pastor, will bo assisted by Rev. "Tlin Ptlerlm ntrBa." which la the TZESOVSJED L. M. Russell, of Beaver Dam. fourth number In tho Hartford Col-lePRETrr Lyceum course,' furnished an If you deslro a good clean square PRicre-- s CfET meal call at the City Restaurant any entertainment on last Friday evening time, day or nlfht. Hot lunches at which was thoroughly enjoyed by tho all hours. large audience. It was a musical if ABET JAMES H. LYONS, Prop. entertainment of rare order. "Thfe Mrs. M. L. 'Heavr'ln IsTlsltlne her PUgram Girls" could repeat tho visit HAMMERING THE7A sisters Mrs. Rosonfleld and Mrs. Leach and have a still larger audience. Louisville. She will also visit relaMiss Dtrel WiUlams, oldest daughtives In Owcnsbpro beforo returning ter of Mr. Thomas P. Wlillams, died a few -- : hc;vJathcr, homo. at tho ..j VE WANT TO fThero will be a motion picture miles west of Hartford, lasfFitfday TUirsirtA mcwinc. w .ntot show at Dr. Bean's Opera House to- afternoon of typhoid fever. Mr. Wil . -recently lost Jite wife and morrow night. New ec's and some- liams has thing good. Admission only ten mother and two other children pro yet ill of typhoid. He has the sympacents. When In town don't rail to call thy of all his neighbors and friends. at ho W. A. Wllkcrson Restaurant ily special arrangement wo are to offer the Womans' World, (Rosenblatts old stand) next door to Dauk of Hartford. Meals bcrved at Homo Life, Green's Fruit Grower and Farm Life, four splendid monthLall hours. togother with one Tho Wllkcrson Restaurant Is now ly magazines, Republicly furnished throughout ttnd tho best years subscription to The an, for 1.25. This holds good for to bo had in tho market to cat Is ut or your command day or night, at reas- olthcr renewals, old subscriptions, to now subscribers. You cannot afg. iili-pponable prices. tf. ford to miss this bargain. Messrs. T. H. L'k.ck and B. E. Tho following persons have remem Blrkhcad went to Frankfort Wednesbered Tho Republican in a substan-- , day. Mr. Black willl make his final Leslie settlement as Sheriff of Ohio County tlal way since our last Issue: Combs.. Hartford It. 1; J. W. Martin, while there. Stlglcr, OUla.; Mrs. N. C. Daniel, of Tho tw'oTwgo ad. of Barnes & Bro., Beaver Dam; Dr. J. 11. WJlllams, of Beaver Dam, In this Issue, Is an In- Kqua'iti', 111.: Thomas Martin, Rock- todication of what vim and vigor gether with a liberal Ubo of printer's Shown, Beda"; W. L. Sheffield, La Ink can do for an Ohio County .busi- Vnlle, Mo.; Frank Black, Hartford, ness firm, Route 2. Methodist Quarterly meeting will There are no developoments Jn the confibo held in Hartford Saturday and Ed Johnson murder caso except that Sunday. Preaching by Presiding Eld-o- r tho automatic pistol which he cur- THIS COMMUNITY; WE KNOW Sit-?5- i7 'WuKUjtaojt Ai&'ut and rled when ho met death, was recover-- ! Sunday morning. Quarterly uonferonco ed WE CAN GET IT ONLY &Y GIVING YOU GOOD last Saturday while grappling In Saturday 2:30 p. m. tho river for his shot gun. It wasj TAKE MERCHANDISE WHEN WE Mr. R. v7 King left yesterday with near whero tho body was found and hla family for Ft, Towson, Oktfa., contained al the loads. The case' .in where they will probably reside. In against Crowo was again continued tho future. Mr. and Mrs. King left yesterday when called for examining with tho good wishes of all our poo-pl- trial lu JudKo Wilson's court. who regret to toe. them to. Mr. R. T. Collins, city, happened Mr. V, A. WUkfcreoul8agaiu in the to a serious accident at his homo restaurant buslticsB. Ho Is In Joe old on last Friday night. After return Rosenblatt stand next door to the inr from tho College entertainment Bank of Hartford. Hit is an exper- at College ,hall Mr. Collins hod startienced man and can sone tho public ed back to town on some errand In a satisfactory manner, Ulvo him when he accldently foil on tho stops a call In front of his residence breaking his Tho CUy""RiUiur,uit hii boon left arm in two places aeai the wist. and funCsaod with all modern Tho fracture was at once reduced by equipment aiul wo are prepared to Drs. Ford and Pendleton and Mr. act td jou tvltii anything from a ColUna is rapidly reeovwdag. INCORPORATED, udwicU up U tbo nioet suhatan-tla- l Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court admeal ftt rcasopablo i)Hces. journed Tuosday after a busy JAJU&J U. LYONS, Trojt. slcn of eight days to Jnoat early is Ur, Jtuat"d'rC;,Uii'dA,id at his Fobrurary and take up the road prob r.douea lu Boftvc,r TXa lucxi'rj lem. In the meantime read mctiUugs! HOT SPRINGS MEDICINE CO. 803 1-2 Central $ go That ANY LOWER, BUT ALWAYS WE DOWN; ALL THE to it js our harp wro .i -- TIME .TmKzxmfy kHCBvHr lyL ,rm cn-ab- W ftfQjz er, but all of the year around we keep prices hammered down to the lowest notch, we want the dence or YolR not mst to make an occasional splumde do we mark our goods low- good money, come o, merchandise before you are allured and price our to buy by some money saving od CARSON Si CO. 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Tho great Industrial depression In the third dc- pnd of the nineteenth century, following downward revision, was attributed by to other causes. And now, when tho fact of decreasing exchangeb can be neither denied nor concealed, sophistry Is again tho recourse of such as feel themselves In any way responsible for the new Tariff law. Admitting tho fact, It Is ascribed by the theorists .to many different r, causes. Admission of tho fact, prevent them from trydoes not ing ito HVnk It In many ways. The fact being that by far the larger part of tho men now belli? thrown out of employment have been working Jn Industrial pursuits directly or Indirectly affected by Tnrlfr legislation, tlie claim Is being mado that reduction in railway working forces tho bulk of dismissals. It is a safe assumption that railway lines have not reduced, and will not reduce, their working forces below the point needed for tho handling of traffic. That they must reduce "to the lowes working minimum at which traffic can be handled, unless rates are advanced, is a plain business proposition in many cases. But railway managers will not go o the minimum until hope of higher freight rates Is abandoned. The fact is that crowd of Idle men is small as yet ttieir contribution to the swelling by comparison with those of the Industrial lines. The claim ItseV is not only misleading, but reacting against thoso nuking It with Intention .to deceive. For Jiow can It be demonstrated that railway corporations should not be expected to maintain working forces g fuJJ strength under reduced rates, irtien that very thing Js expected and demanded of manufacturers and the producers of much of their raw materials? Finding the market narrowing through force of new competi tions, reduction in workine forces canv jiot toe avoided. It is noticeable in the dispatches that many moro aro reducing forces than are wholty suspending operations. Mercantile intelligence, like traffic intelligence, will not reduce below the point at which operation can bo continued without Jfces.. Ihc sad fact id that forces must be, and aro being, reduced. Hot air, unfortunatoly, is often followed by cold. History itself In the effort to conceal irutji and to challenge tho laws of ause and effect. Globe Democrat. I'rcc-Trad-e- ns how--jeveirs con-oerns Daniel is quite )1 of pneumonia. FIERCE WINTER IN Artie nnd Linden Thomas of NarHAVE YOUK SUITS rows, spent last week with their sisCENTRAL EUROPE Thomas, who Is teachter, Miss Isabel ing here. Mr. Srotthcr Hawkins returned Sunday from a several days visit to rel- Numerous Deaths Caused by Cold atives In Hcrrln Illinois. Dyeand Many Devoured came homo Miss Viola Wmldle ing Sunday from n two weeks visit to Mrs by Wolves. Ladies work given Karslcy Harris and other relatives of Mcllcnry. .Air. D.noro Ashley and family of Hats Cleaned Paris, Jan. 11. Central Europe Is Hartford, spent Sunday with Mr. J. experiencing tho most severe wjntor T. Shaver and family. Repaired. Little Miss Eulah Dean, who has In a generation. Tho blizzards of a Work called and been 111 for some time, Is able to bo fortnight nfo, after abating somcwha, seem (o have returned with renewed In school again. Misses Vera Hawkins nnd Isabel vigor. Club $1.00 In Eastern Russia, 150 deaths from Thomns visited Miss AIlco Chlnn, of 5 the cold wore officially reported yes J:..M. Ayim, kjn. .. i..i. y...,' Mr. Clint Stevens, who has been terday, anil stories of peasants de llvlnp- on the farm of B. V. Austin, voured by wolves lire numerous. St. blUU, HdTUuTU ITrJuulliy has recently moved to tho farm of Petersburg Is In tho grip of a three-foGUNTIir.lt lLI)(l.,COTKIt ST. Bnow fall, .with communication Finis Wallace. Is almost cut off, and food supplies low. Mr. Charlie King, Owensboro, HARTFORD, KY. In Bavaria and Alsace-Lorrain-e visiting tho family of Mr. Clint heavy snow storms have blocked rail- Stevens, Mr. II. C. Crowder, who for the. road traffic and wrecked wires. Along past three years has been keeper of tho Qow lying Rhine villages watch LIV-VER-Lo men arc posted at various lolnts to tho County House, lias moved to warn the people whenever the flooded where he will go Into the mercantile business. Evcryono resrets to waters reach the danger point. In Switzerland snow has been fallhave Mr. Crowder and family move ing continuously since Friday. The as they make excellent neighbors. danger from avalanches and floods Is regarded as serious. In Belgium the floods are receding, FOR FLETCHERS but tho snowfall continues and a sud I den drop In temperaturo would mean further flood loss. The damage In the Baracca Class Program. flooded districts Is already enormous Feel rieht all tho time. Don't lay off Friday night, Jan. 10. from work for days by taking calomel Music to be furnished by tho music and will require months to repair keeps you when pleasant in- - Ver-La- x The conditions of thousands of on your feet, while relieving your troubcommittee. homeless peasants has been made le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dent Humorous Reading J. V. Marks. take anything else. You can't afford Dobatc. Resolved, That the Auto- precarious by the blizzard. In Southern EnRland the tempera- it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysmobiles arc of moro service than the natture dropped suddenly this week, tem and relieves constipation. A sure Motor Boats. ural remedy, natural in its actions, Along the coast in its effect and certain in results. It Aff. Fred May, Ross Taylor, Otto close to freezing. will won't be long before Lio- - Vcr-La- x Martin. Neg. Gilmore Keown, Herbert the weather is foggy and cold. completely displace calomel in evcr.t MIdklff, Emory Schroetor. An Ideal Woman's Laxative. home. Children can take it freely an I Judges to be selected by champions. Who wants to take salts, or castor with perfect safoty. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nouo All young men are Invited. oil, when there Is nothing better than genuine without the likeness nnd signaDid you know that Calomel Is Dr. Ivlng's New Life 1'IKb ior all ture of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by Mercury, and that its mercurlous ef- bowel troubles. They act gently and J. H. WILLIAMS, - HarUord, Ky. fects will ruin the system, while natura'ly on the stomach and liver, Is purely veg- stimulate and regulate your bowels Griesbys etable, and can be used with per- and tone up the entire system. Price. Ask J. H. "Williams, 2oc. At all Druggists. H. K. Bucklen fect safety? & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. lD2y Hartford, Ky. 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Odd Fellows Banquet Tho local Odd Follows lodge at Mcllenry will give a banquet and entertainment at tho Oncin, Houso Saturday nlKht Jan. 21, to which tho public 1b imltcd. (Jood music mid sneaking by Prof. V. R. Hedrick, Dr. B. F. Tiehcnor and C. M. Harnett of Hartford, nnd A. M. Smith .Mcllenry. Admission 'M conts. A good time guaranteed to all who may come. Pally ETenins Post, one year Kentucky Coventor's Wall Chart $3.00 l.SO &ttmM &'&&' $3.50 Hartford Uopubllcan, 1 yr ALL THREE FOR - - - i.iw Wonderful Cough Romody. Dr. King's Now Discovery 16 rywhero as tho remedy which will .eureJy stop a cough or cold. D. I. 2aWou of Eldson, Tenn., writes; "Dr. KlnK'B Now Discovery le the cough, cold and JAoet wonderful and lung medicine 1 over sold throat Jn jny store. It can't bebeat. It iw'.Ib without any troublo at all. It neetla -- no jfuarnntoe." This Is true, because 1U Dr. King's Now DIscocry tho most obatlnato of coughs and colds. Lung trouble ciulcltly licJlod by lta uso. You shonld keep bottle Jn tho houw ot all tluius for all tbo nioniberB of the family. Me. nd $1,00. All DritfglMs or by niaM. Ji. E. Bucklon & Co., Fhlladcliibla or fit. Louis. re-Jie- 5 Known New Times, Nev Things formulas way The old fertilizer to the new. torn are giving At every farmers' meeting one subject thould be the fertilizer formula that will furnish a balanced ration to the crop and keep up the fertility of the boil. To do this the fertilizer should contain at least as much BEHNETTS. MJea Oo'a CcolJ, who ha nt relatives In Hmvcr Doia for Ho J two woolffl has returned honiei fjjiriwa tio llttlo d0hicr of Mr.' bcn or Farmers' Club T as Phosphoric Acid. Our note book has condensed facts essential in farmers' meetings and plenty of space to record the new tilings that you hear. Let us send one to you before your Institute meets. A upnly if these is fumWied by request to eiery Institute held in several states. We will be glad to send a supply delheuU free of charge to eery Institute, Grange fficer on mjuest. POTASH It contains ito aurertislDt; matter. German Knll Works, KcCcrrlti Rlack. Ciiloit, II tsojfce luc., Mi, Itlitla, (j. Bus A Timl Uf.. 42 Broadway, Smiusi, fa. New York HsllNf CaUal lial Hit , Kit tVltasi, Is. CaMjnia 51, Ut fraKhts Davenport, Warren count), county officers L. B. Tiehcnor, President; Henry Plrtlo, Secretary; S. K. Bennott, Treasurer. Dlrlilicad, COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. Circuit Court T. F. Attorney; W. Henry Leach, Chairman, HnrtfonL Judge; IJcn D. Hlngo, P. MIdklff, Jailer; K. U. Uarraas, Ky. Com1. L. B. TIchenor, Hartford, R. F. Clerk; 13. U. lllrkliond, Mnflter missioner; It. T. Collins, Trusteo D. No. 6. Sheriff, 2. E. C. Hartford, Roynolds, Ky. Jury Kuiu: T. II. lllack, 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. Hartford. Deputies S. 0. Keown, 5, 4. B. L. ARord, White Run, Ky. Beaver Uam; O. P. Jones, Ilonto 5. Richard Plitmmcr, Taylor Mines, Hartford: V. C. Earn. Koslno. Court February Kentucky. convciiLB first Monday In and continues tbrro weclts; third Monday in April, two weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. D If 3B DOr.lDSYliaL County Court It. It. Wedding, Judge; V. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. K. Hartford. Court Smith, Attorney, convenes first .Monday in each month. Quarterly Court Begins on tho Attorney February, May, fourth Monday In Aus"st Wl November. HARTFORD. KY. Court of Claims Convenes first Will practice his profealon In Ifclt Tuesday In January and first Tucf and adjoining counties. ComwareJeJ day in October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox- - and Criminal Practlco a Spoclalty. Ky., II. ley, Surveyor,. Fordsllle, F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Asses sor, Hartford,' Ky., It. F. U. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Illley, Coroner, Hart Law ford. JUSTICES' COUItTS. HARTFORD, KY. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday Mfp&ns. W. II. Barua und C. B after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday Smith an noun 00 tliat thy havo iorni-- a Monday In September, Tuesafter 3rd partnurabAp for tbo eiseml pracday after 3rd Monday In December. John II. Miles, Hckport, Friday tice of law, excrpt criminal nnd dlvor after 3rd 'Monday In Mnrch, Friday C.L30S, Mr. Smith bolng County Attor-QrJt- y after 3rd Monday In June, Friday Is pixworsted from practicing such .Monday In September, after 3rd ccasvs. Mr. Borno; will Individually Friday after 3rd Monday In occppit such practice. OfXloos Id O. E. Scott, Cromwell. Wednesday Hartford Republican building, Hart-Corafter 3rd .Monday In Mnrch, WedK', nesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3id Monday In September, Wednesday after uu Monday In December. John II. Miles, Rockport, Friday after 3rd Monday ri .March, Fr'cay Law after 3rd Monduy In June, Friday HARTFORD, KY. after 3rd .Monday in September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. U HEAyRlN J. C. Jackson, Ccntcrtown, after 3rd Monday In Mnrch, This offlco Is equipped for handSaturday ufter 3rd .Monday In June, ling Commercial Law aud Collection baturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practlco In all the In December. M. C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuesday af- courts. Prompt and vigorous service. ter 2nd Monday In March. Tuesday 51. L. Hcavrin's Office. after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. 1 nomas Sanders. Olaton. Wednes day after the second Monday in I AM March. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, Wednesday after 2nd Mon To do any kind of Veterinaday in November. ry work. Horses, mules and Grant Pollard. Fordsville. Tuesday after 2nd Monday In March, Thurscows need not die for want of day after 2nd .Monday In May. Thurs- Calls answered attention. (day after 3rd Monday In August, Succeed when everything else fafls. day or night. aucr -- uu Aionuay in Noiuuruuy In nervous prostration and female vember. j weaknesses they are the supreme J. L. Patton, Italph, Friday after tcmcuy, us uioasanas nave lesuneo. 2nd Monday In March, Friday after Veterinary Surgeon I FOR KIDNEYoLIVERAND 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd Ky. Monday In August, Friday after 2nd STOMACH TROUBLE Monday In November. it is the best medicine ever aeU HARTFORD POLICE COURT. over a druggist's counter. " C. M. Crowe, Judgo; John H. WI1-so'eBVBevaonsnsjjjnVBjeja City Attorney; J. P. Slovens, THr Marshal; Court convenes second MonBEwma day in each month. MAC tNK City Council J. H. Williams, MayOF s or; It. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thomas, Treasurer. Members of Council QUALITY The National Weekly Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. II. B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Bean. NOT School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, Secre8OLD tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tiusley UNDER Until this year Collitr't has been sLnnnnnnnnnnnRBV.el and J. D. Duke. ANY sold at $5.50. Now OTHER RELIGIOUS SERVICES. the price Is $2.50 M. andchac secured morningE. andChurch, South Services NAME. evening every first and a concession herethird Sunday In each mouth. Sunby we can offer it WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. day school 9: 45 a. m. Prayer meetat a still further Ifyou purciuuo thoNKW" HOME you will ing every Wednesday evening, ltev. reduction in conhavo a llfo awrt nt tliprlro you wy,nndwlU Savllle, pastor. nection with this Baptist Church Services morning not havo an cndlcsn chnla of rrpalnv publication. and ovening every Bocond and fourth Special Offer to Our Readers Sunday In each month. Sunday school Quality 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every WedKecocnizinc the crrat demand for CoU'ur'i at Coruidered) nesday evening. Row English, pastor. the new puce, ue have made arrangements to ITer it and our own publication tacli one tar Christian Church Services every it is the' for the price ol CoWirr'salone, '1 his is a limited fourth Sunday at 11 a. 111. nnd 7. p. oiler and must lie taken advantage ol prompt! j. m. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Elder W. Cheapest Wright pastor. What You Get m Collier's B. Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day in the end) CotUer't Is the one bit;. Independent, fearless school every Sunday at 9M5 weekly ol the whole country. Not only is it the to Buy. a. 111. cood citizen's hand hook hut it is also a SECRET SOCIETIES. maif aine for the whole family. Among the you wuuta Hewing innchluc, wrllo fQt If thincs that a car's subscription Gives arci Hartford Lodge No. C7G, F. and A. M. meets every first Monday night our latest cnUiloguo beforo you purchase 1000 editorials In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. The New Home Sewing Machine Co Orange, Maesi COO Newt Photos 250 Short Articles M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. ISO Short Stories Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. E. S. 100 Illustrated features meets every second and fourth Mon2 Complete Novels day evenings. Alias Anna J. Patton, Collier's $2.50) W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. B.; Hartford Republican J tpZebU .Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. BUCKBSe'S SEEM SUIXEEO I Rough RIer Lodgo No. 110 Knights SPECIAL OFFER: of Pythias meets every Tuesday ovenNo.Ka.law, AtrlalwUl ritaJa t kulUcur txruuueut customer. ing. We F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ncy maks you TirMlc!Ut-- t Foster, K. of R, & S. IMS BucVbee's "Full o! Life" Northern Gro Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. 51. I UllnnstTrlTtplndklo.la,trsll Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38) ears OS kalbat vanAlxt in a ovory firsthand third Thursday OiXaKANTXEU TO l'LKAktl successful seed growing behind them, it pajs tti meets nights. It. T. Collins. Commander; Olant the best. Write Mention this PmperM Seasonable Specialties: L. P. Foreman, Record Kcopor. BEANS . fjsoSushtl Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. Earliest Red Valentine . SEND-1CENTS ! ! moots ovory second nnd fourth FriKefuee Uxtra Early . . $3.35 bushel to emrtr fotUjm New Slringlrss Crrcu Pod . jj.70 Bushel day nlghta In each month. C. M. Bnr-net- t, .nukuw pi u4 rcklf u4 rclr tkU oar hit mukic. Ufiuxr wim Warducll's Imp. Kidney Wax U io Bushel iMtrwuTBi MMiiiii ifN na l'U rBsMHf Noble Grand; W. H. Hedrick, Dals New While Wa . . .75 Bushel MlU4UttoatUlfMtVsUW4IJC.Wt41 nuU,t. , Secretary. Cuirle's Kust rroof Wax . jo Bushel H. W. Swkfc, "WftoWftL. PEAS Hartford Camp No. 202 W. 0. W. Extra Eatly Alaska . . . $1 so Bushel meets every second and fourth SatNew Early Gradus Is $0 Bushel urday nlghu In each month. Leslie Horslord's Market Garden , j so Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express fa co Bushel Bennett, Council Commander; W, C. iUslish. Tomato and a full line ot Wallace, Clerk. lettuce. Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest crowing prices. Suusblno Hlvo No. 42, L. O. T. M., Send for complete catalogue or submit a list U meets every first and third Friday four requiremeals and will quote prices. Buy direct from the power Save Money. nlghtB In each month. Mrs. Attyu Write today. Mention Ibis paper. Griffin, Lady Oomniander; Jfrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. 186o lectin SI., steifordSeeehrail. KKifire.et M meets every third Saturday night In ciu'h month. John T. Moore High Priest, W, S. TlnBley, Secretary. A.MFR1CAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. National OfflceVs President, Ira M. anb CURB LUNGS sUCALL PATTKIMal J. Chrjflt, Hudson, Wis.: V. President. S. B. Robertson. Calhoun. Ky.: ?W In nearly ! Secretary k, Tras., II. G. Tank, Wuu-sa- k 2SJ ri L.nT.l,r WITH in "' United State aoV the r S"7 v'3 any other snake. Send lor feeo caUlorut. Stat1 Officers-Presid- ent, J. II. Princeton, Ky.; Vlre. Presi- McCAIXS UASAZINK . Mori lltdf. .L.. (..vt dent, j. II. Durnoy, Muhlenberg Co. ii tt month. Ipvaliuble. LU --Secretary & Irons., S. B. Robertson, ,;, '"! arcssmaaiBjr, rulllloery. PRICK 1 CtlOUCttC. (rood atarlaa. & gi.no. m Calhoun, Ky.; OrgimUer, T, II. air. On- l- u 1 wsi Free Mai OLDel . ... ,.V ir (wortTi OouWrl. Hartford Ky 1"bKrlffc today, AH AIL TUMAT AM UHM TsMWKEV. or aend l..r .mil- Members Hints Executive Board-Be- n Wabsou, Webstir county; J. W. woNBOtniL iNBucuamrs aUAKANTJUtD HATiaFAUlttJcil so Arenti. PosUl Urlnsjs premlusa Ducd, Oav'esi d new cnli .rl0 oarers. VVddresa cUlomie OS MOVJfiY MKJUHOXU. I Ohio court . 5 ouniy, i'uury Plrtte. L ltav, 'If.nlli4 rxn CM KeCAU C9 m U tH w. Hill WM C. G. Directory County Oh!o ty; Ohio 'jed r- - Cleaned Pressed Repairing and neatly done. special attention. for and yj8 delivered. Otto C. Martin at Law i month. rate per n. Z ....,. ,.. mmiMMKnxi; AX Barnes & Attorneys at Smith A USE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. d, ARTHUR D. Attorney at KIRK Bat-urd- ay Electric Bitters PREPARED W. H. RILEY Hartford M u, Collier's Collie First Time NEW in Clubs HOME UBraS JJ SEEDS0 M SEEDS .... to-da-y; AAAA.a..fc.r" 0 , H. W. BUCKBEE kill thcough Dr. Kinr's b u. e Niw Discovtry "vyin tti SubftCi-iht- ivuEsU-.mUho- tt Bal-raal- n. r"n, .. ,. I V,.Y:'WKCISiZ-TVI'iTLXSSJ3BI&- , tj win. vt- -Jt VOLAANIC ERUPTION OUR BODIES GOD'S ARE OVERTAKES JAPANESE COULD SCARCELY VI iirfiimwn L- -.V: CAST0R1A For Infanta and Childron. ii Be TEMPLES Great Cities Buried in Ashes And Molten With , WALK ABOUT Aftd For Tbree Ye Filled thi The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PEll fi-vn- . Spirll." Th Lava. Nagasaki, Jaiwin, Jan. 13. Indications today arc jthat jMio death list from tho earthquake and volcanic disturbance around Kasoshlnia will run Into tho thousands. Government authorities declare, that any official estimate of tho extent of tho disaster w)H bo Impossible for several days. Tho population of the city of which la a'.most completely burled In volcanic- asht-- and stones, was 60,000 at tho last census. The population of the adjoining island of Sakura, the center of tho disturbance, Js glcn as ir.,000. On this island hundreds are reported ia hayo perished beneath the streams of the molten lava from the volcano of Sakura-JlmMany more were undoubtedly drowned while attempting to escape. Doctors "and hospital attendants havo been sent to tho scene, but It Is difficult to reach tho spot, as railroad communication Is impeded by the" heaps of ashes and ithe tracks have been dislocated by the earthquakes. The violence of tho eruption of Sakura-Jim- a is so great that showers of dust are falling hero today, although tho distance between Na gasaki and the Island of Sakura Is about ninety miles. A rcfuscc who arrived here today from Kagoshlma gave jthe following account of .tho disaster: "Tho eruption started suddenly with columns of thick black smoke and f'umo from tho crater of Sakura-Jlm- a. Hundreds of the Inhabitants of tho small IsVmd in tho Gulf of Kago--. shlma, where Sakura-Jim- a is situated, rushed to the beach and leaped on lxard of Junku and steamers, which cameu mem auross uireu tunes ui water to Kagoshima, ashes, stones and particles of white, hot lava falling all tho while on the decks. "At Kagoshima ho lieat was in tense. Tho constantly Increasing hall of slowing cinders made it Impossi ble) for the citizens to remain. "Tho horror was increased by the shaking caused iby incessant shocks of earthqukae, which rocked the hous es all day. Moro than 050 earthquake shocks wcro recorded before a. SuuMr Mn. Via ceat Was UaaWe te Attend te Their" Privilege. Unraganerato "If the Spirit of God dwell In You." Greater Privileges) Greater Roapon albllitiea Greater Honors and Gloria. Saved to Human Perfection Saved to 8plrit Perfection Earthly Glorv. Heavenly Glory. believe I would have died if taken it. I hadVl Aay ef Her HmmwotIc. AVcgeabldVcparaHonforAj-slra- i After I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened tip, and grew so mucfi stronger in three months, I felt like aa: other person altogether." Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, toaic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it lias done for them. Try Cardui today. aiiiiSihcFoodamlRfiji llngllic Stomachs aiulDoMclstf Bears the Signature of tumrmwrammmm itt'i t vi """ifftrai r Plromoes DtgestfonJChfcrT ncss and Itestronlolns nciuw M CS im Opium.Morphinc nor Jtaral. Not Narcotic. PmpltnSad' JtxStnna K 'J stroy; for the tein-pl- o of God id holy, which temple yo IftmSrtd' Corinnro." 1 thians 3:17. hifai ITimr, ar mi av hi V . t U IV BfeRUSSFtlJ Tho I'nstor deApcrfccl Remedy forConsIIfi- Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladles' Ad' clared that this v!sory,Dept., Chattanooga. Tenn., for Special insuon.ouuraiuiiuui.iiuiiiwu truction! on your cits and Scripture could not bo nppllcd indisbook. "Home jComukious.icv:ri$!i Worms j-- tl Treatment for Women," sent In plain wrapper, Only the criminately to all men. nessandloss or Sleek Church are the Temple of God In the hciiso the Apostlo here mentions; for Facsimile Signature of only such as hare been regenerated, or begotten of tho Holy Spirit, are bods NEW YORK. of God. Tlieso have received n new life, nud are Scrlpturally described as "New Creatures lu Christ" These have entered into n covenant with God through the merit of Jesus, who imararttced. under in putes Ills righteousness to them. Jusi tifying them freely from their unWrapper. Exct Copy of THI CINTAUN COMNNT, MCV VOftft CnV intentional imperfections and weaknesses. Theu the I'nstor pointed out the distinction between these New Crentures nud the remainder of Prompt Attention and Good Service. mankind, however Just and He showed that ordinarily TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, we do not speak of humanity apart from their bodies; for. cut off from the body, they would bo dead. We speak of such separation as dissolution. As tho union of life (vitality) with organism (body) forms the soul, or sen tient being, so their separation causes tho soul to cease. Death would bo the end of humanity, had not God provided for the redemption of tho race, and Its restitution by resurrection. RestiThe Republican and Louisville Herald tution will be merely a bringing back of that which death Is now destroying 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at human, or earthly, being. Nest the speaker showed that any1.6d The Republican and Home and Farm thing done, either deliberately or carelessly, to lnjuro God's workmanship 1.75 The Republican would be sin. There Is a Divine Law to the effect that whoever sins shall 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald. suffer. Whoever dcQIes his body, either by Impure thoughts, angry 3.50r The republican Tina JJauy uwensooro inquirer thoughts, malicious thoughts, or by sup only misusing it contrary to Divine arrangeO'boro Messenger 1.76 and Twicef-a-Wee- k ment, or by drinking or by gluttony, Is Ohio River. of "The people fled Jn disordered ply defiling the temple of bis own soul 1.75 droves along the highways leading The Republican and Kentucky Farmer the work of God. of first-clas- s a full We Every vile thought or act, every pan- west and north of the city. They had Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine..- - 1.30 dering to appetite. Is sure to bring de abandoned everything In their fMsht The pravity of body or mind or both; and and soon they were suffering also 1.60 The Republican arid Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer depravity, be claimed. Is death at work. from lack of food ami drink. Unless such depravity be overcome "When I left Kagoshima the volca- The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Parmer $ 1.50 AND FEEDS. POULTRY through Christ, the end will be ever- no resembled an enormous lasting death, as la written, "The soul of fireworks, glowing from the foot that 8lnnetb, It shall dle, The same principle, said the Pastor, of the mountain ia thu summit. Durapplies to all who do evil to others, ei- ing the nlghjt. tho glowing lava tho entire district. The volther by poisoning their minds or their morals, or by injuring their physical cano constantly emitted .thunderous systems. Such do violence to God's explosions." work, and degrado their own manhood. The, burnjn? rocks land ashes sot tl J BaBBBBVflBHBVJHBVBfBfiavBaBtiVBaHBtil The opera Urn of Divine Law will sure to several villages. At MoJI, on the ly bring punishments, which, unheeded, Kiushlu railway, 100 persons wero Rs &MExMiM will ultimately bring death "everlastMaaejr and Keep ia i kHmaV a9 1 Ladies! klllod. Several villages along the Style by Reading McC.ll't ing destruction." BUCKMB-MJLBS SUCCEEft, We may warn every man alorjg the foot of the volcano were buried . In Magazine and Using McCall Patterns OFFER mH Haw Baataaaa. broad Rlbllcnl line. "Whatsoever a streams of lava. W trial will maka rou a parmanent ua- - WBM KcCaH'sMafaslaawIll, tosaer. Batlafacuoa MYALLS MAGAZINE ticlp you dress EtT f tooae? rafanded. voaxaaWed or root BBB man sowctli, that shall he also reap," BY at a moderate) speaker. Whoever sows tw 8-cMcUo!;.aa5ie.'te.i continued theto sin. selfishness, mea- The Big Show Next Week. re csi'cnsot))' looping to tho flesh Heads Billy Bryant Stock Co., run posted on lbs twuk.fj ljiot fashions la W ih$mtmmUk.UiKrIA lrt..lM, kMli VJ nnessto the fallen propensities anger, puted to be one of tho best theatri ff ( lultics uml bits, , teto ap U M TMlK hNMwlafcl.i..i.f.ei.Ctw.. Immh Hwl Bill Heads malice, envy, hatred, strife, evil speak rtaf. Mr. OulK tnmiK 14 a4 PvMk ErMtoftfc New Fashion Designs cal organizations on the road, wljl be In caili liiiio. Alv) VVAJkkHTKMB T PtBAUK I ing, etc. willbitter sure to reap This be at Dr. Bean's Opera House all of yjliiablo Information IrVrWlla-WMtmtloa tklt Pmptr I experiences. en oil liomo ami I I. Mt fMUC. . yMkl M4 NWlM IM. nl.M MllMtlM I way. persisted in. will Anally bring next week, commencing Monday, 8BND38 CBNTJt matins. Oulr fA: n year Including January 19. r B.JM rMtpUl, WM i. MctilutrM. MUM1 blm to the Second Death. a free ikHicpii. aMmda4.ad.u4rutak. NiiiltM waul I wiMta.faM4..a.!MM4rwif. They will present a fine list of fl tudsjr or tend God's Temple the Church. a mIum, mimM Umm manltf MMiM fur freo saniplo copy. M llOnuuaUn I tm tf tU. ti UM lUlMtba I mm. mi, I ul f H The Pastor then briefly reviewed Is- leJpA'oonsIstlnB of "Polly of tho M M aftku.iMB.tM4Tiiuaiaa tmiwwtw ntn.ui DkCsU fttkrai will rnnhlorou In makn In rnur ililiii. TUaakikiistk.tKiu.. BJ rael's wilderness experiences. DixWhen J own tiuiiio. lili iDiruKti Imnilu rlotlilnslur lam u w a.LkA l8 Mozsn it. w B God entered Into covenant relationship Circus," "Tho Sweetest Girl In will van. w. ncuH bocxtoko, xu. ami eiiiiiiuMi which mil no perfect ie," &c and the, entertainment fuuiu and fit. rrlcenpno lilchcr llfttit 15 with the Israelites, Ho manifested bo high-clas- s In ovory respect. Thero conu Scud for fruo rutteru Cataloguo. Himself by the Shcklnab Glory, which will be a com pic to change of given We Waj Cire Yea Fim Pr.jt.ti for celling sub' And scrlpliohs ninoiiL' your friends. Fejiil forfroo shono out from between the Cherubim programs being 1'remliim Calilnguo and fosU Pruo OfTcr. each night, coverlug the Mercy Seat In the Taber-iaucl- i. THE &CAU COMrJUiT. 239 It 249 nm 37th St.. HEW tOM The Israelites drew near to distributed flu advance, announcing God through Ills appoluted servants. tho play to ibo staged. Popular prices will proall and it V Anron and his sons, who had access ' lldrf "'-- " promises to be a flno event. to God's presence. Tho Tabernaclo was therefore the temple of God, but It was merely a Worms Tho Cause of Your teut After the dedication of 8oUk Child's Pain. mon's Temple, God npeared thero In procured and defendcd.,01?'.! A foul, dlsagroeablo breath, dark stead, and manifested His presence In Jvk-vto obtain lotvnu, trnda inaAJ, I hi lira COBJtUUU, tUk. IN ALL COUNTRIES. I circles around tho eyes, at times fov- the same uiuniicr. Trade Marks JSushnt dtrtctv.Uk Walking to tJVtl timfA Then the Pastor explained fully that erlsh, with great thfrst; cheeks flush DE8I0N8 manryauJtcjitn lerjvirni. COPVniQKTS Ac. PitMt and Inlriopment pnctlct uciuuveiy. tho Church is God's untlt.vpleal Tem- ed and then pale, ubdomon swollen Writ or com to ui at Anrona lenAIng a akatrh and dncrlptlnn may ple; but that, as St. Peter points out. with sliarp cramplns pains aro all aiiAAAAAAAAAAAAi quickly aacertulti our opluluii frvtf wuetlior an ex lit Blfhtk Mmt, bmt Valtot (UtM rattal 0M, I liiTcnllon IS prohably rntei'lR!lA.ronimiinlCT. It Is not yet constructed as a Temple. indications of worms. Don't let your WftlWNOTON. P.O. tloiii.trlctlTcjnUileiitfiil. HANDBOOK onl'uiLUU aent I rf a. Ol.tost asoncy fur ocunusr patonta, Rncb consecrated child of God, begotKlckapoo Worm child suffer l'utonn taken tbruuab llunu A Co. rvctlra $peiatuotlci, without cbarga, lu the ten of tho Holy Spirit. Is n living stone relief- -It wlU ulvo euro In preparation for it place lu that glori- Killer kljs the worms whllo Its oaxa-liv- o ous Temple, soon to bu constructed, A handsomely lUtiatratad weekly. Tjireest elr. offect add greatly to the health living stones ure God's workThese culatlon of any irlentltlo Journal, Terms, tl a year t tour months, L Ooldbjailnawsdealors. 3173 GET THE BARREL OF OLD QUALITY manship. He works lu thumNiy the of your child by removing the danSpirit of Truth; and by Ills providences gerous and disagreeable effect of He shapes them, polishes them, devel- worms, and parasites froui the sysOr we will give the cash if the one drawing this ops their characters, and makes them tem.' Klckapoo Worm killer as a number would prefer it. Bring it in and take your toady for the coming building. health producer should bo In every UYMrSkia The Pastor believes St. Paul's thought choice. jnm:iptly oMalaad Perfectly safe. Buy a household. a Clear all couutrls or ae tii. In the text to he that wherever God THAT PAVisylsertlasUwia owwsw.tl Baby's? Price 25c, All Druggists may dwell Is uecessnrllj' holy His box andlalp you to siiikisss. asiwuasL 8idirodt,iotoorakstcbtir PREC riurtl temple or His tabernacle; nud that auy or by mall. Klckapoo Indian Med. on itntabiUty. M years' rraeUoa. SUR. I w Thrd 3 rvllful or Intentional sin, depraving Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. ForfreaOttUal MINQ RircnCNCCB. -- w . (ft LU Oweiujboro, Ky. that temple or tabernaclo, would be riuplM. BlukkM. lv..'t W. Jl.iurl with TImm Swtet Girls. 103.101 Savartth in offense against God. If Christians awaaaaoylai allavaicsMU. of WAaHINBTOH, P. Q. who have reoelyed tin begetting of "So you are engaged to Torn?" muTSSBTIIT ..! .nik.M. tf.ei.aui.Mi. OLD QUALITY OLD W. S. STOKE rJtEMEJt rURE the Holy Spirit could but comprehend Bu4 for t.nil. kol t 0l0t Ua. l"k",' "Yes." At Pru ulkwll.' I u.n.Ui inUkl tk C9.j jlrtk this lesson, it would have a powerful ".My dear, I congrattfate you. Tom inimaTOH. 'jifluenee upon their lives! 17) Spriaa tkartfaa as. ) Is the nlcet fiance I over bad." tt ( j. iJ J?' 'r LW7 IfMrSJSbk J nn. 11. rantor preached Husscll hero today. Ilia text wan, "If uny muu delllo temple of God, hi in shnll God de- the n Qf For Ovoi Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to wall: about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Thirty Year s CASTORIA k JAMES & - CO-- , Plrst Class Centertown, aUiveryi-tiet- Kentucky. spirit-begotte- n QSGSGQGGG&SQQQQQGQSQQSQQGQ LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market Street OUR CLUBBING RATES. fl.3f LOUISVILLE, KY. and original poultry the house south keep line SUPPLIES andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInquir- er The Thk-Hepublica- set-pie- ce L. Write for Price List. Address all orders to vsravvssssxvsrasssras iySPECiAL t-- THE REPUBLICAN. III DULDarKI Ttftf-tar- VlUi TMtr Ill lO ill I YOUR Letter Noteheads Envelopes Cards I y ikt-s.m- o Statements H pro-ffra- m other printed forms are " jBEXPCniCNCE Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. , i : Scientific American Who Has the Lucky Number? j '.!" Bookoal-renUW- e irali ri to-da- y. aStrt f.t.T Pd t a iur ctipd LAillAO IEA rn strt Distributers - iiiIi.iihi.j,i --T- 1 " ' - i ii itgMaj Ml Wir THE EXPENSE fe-ea- 'd raised grain; potatoes Into AN New York from Ireland. It; Is, as It were, an Invasion of OF THE FARMER the United States from four sides at' I once, nil nt the expense of tho Am- erican farmer. I lAnd Secretary Danlel3 and Sccro- - Will Goes tary Bryan and President Wilson em- FrccTrade Government mating Nero in nis nuiiung to Buy Meat to Feed Agriculturist. erican . kiuiiu-Northwcst- Ihe American Navy. Dem-ajta.tic Ohio County Farmer's Institute. 'i 1 ' i i. - Tho Ohio County Farmers' Institute, wi'.l to held at the court house XbuTuth for tho United States In Hartford Wednesday und Thursday Government and its great January 21 and 22. ot Tolltlcal Economy! llurra'a This mcctlns has been provided jsfon its success Jn not only opening for by Commissioner Newman with coninc-fJiio- n Xhr AnicrJcun market for the best talent to bo had to discuss of all foreign countries here the 'various topics to come before tho produ- the .iK&iWist our own American cers, 4nt In nctually going abroad lf Institute. Tho following speakers will be Wic Government Co buy Its horc: J. E. Hlte, Gal'atln, Tenn.; wnsl. with which to feed tho Am:r-a- -. Subject, Live Stock; W. B. Anderson, Xxvy. How such a dlot must Velpln, lud., subject, Soils; C. L. the principles of patriotism Ky., Subject, its Clayton, Louisvlfe. JLe Government which feeds .SoHortlcuMuro and Gardening; James navy upon Argentine beef, while T. Buford, representing tho Forres-tr- y American beef production lags. Dspartment; J. T. Grimes, repreti. is glorious news to tho Amer-!- " senting State Good Roads DeJbuuer to learn that the Uni- partment. theA lady domestic science has beaten ted .States Government be present. yJen ih jirlce of beef by buylnff its demonstrator will laso greatest farmThis shpuld bo the unyplics this car from Argentina. ers' Institute ever held In Ohio Owensboro Optical House. .fntteoul of effectually breaking up Awfully Literary. county. Local people should get 'busy Jfccl Trust in America, and thus Hartord, Ky., Nov. 1. 1 have used Mazlo: I hear that your brother's Sir prepare to make It a success In Asixjeins the cost of meats, which the and "lasses made by K. C. Hardwick's wlfo Is real literary. every partlcu'ar. Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my enmust pay, a Jlttjc bit clcs-s- r niiaier Sadie: Oh, sho Is! She's awfully Ao tlie jirico that tho producer .Moving picture Bhows every Fri- tire satisfaction. Ills house and ma- literary! When she spanks her baby, lac his cattle on .the hoof, our day and Saturday nights at Dr. Beana chinery for maklnc lenses are the sho docs it with a book! i9MiraiUttnt has gone by tho Amcr-i'fTjopera house. Now songs and new most complete In the State, and he empIojB none but experienced work.producer, Ignored tlie supplies pictures. Admission 10c. men. fitq American farmer, and actually FOR FLETCHER'S C. 51. BARNETT. ic AdLasis ,that because of Its Some Fostscrips. I Tariff law It Js able to buy Its Paper dust exploded with fatal re- To xntsJL In .foreign markets. the Ohio County Court and the No Use. lighted -Under the old high Tariff 'Saw," sults when workmen carried Judge Thereof: Johnny was asked to rock the ibaby lanterns into a room filled with It 'a .jBpr Secretary Daniels, of the paper tube factory In Franee. We,v, tho undersigned citizens and to s"ocp. After five minutes ho came Cabinet, "this saving could In a With many devices for lessening freeholders of Ohio County, Ken- to his mother and said: "It's no use. jaaC effected, but the recent jliocno an automobile has been de- tucky, respectfully ask and petition ho won't keep his eyes buttoned at Tariff bill allows the 1l.ii.ui-?your .Honorable Court to establish all." signed lor transporting of foreign meat freo cf duly." lu the Oklahoma oil the following change In the Baize-tow- n economy! Wfcat.au For Sale. and Arnold public read, viz: At will not hurt the Beef Trust a fields. propel'.lng beats a Frenchman Beginning near the Balzetown For Good farm In Ohio county, near.. .lawSArJc Tiie Beef Trust's grip upon ;tA American consumers 'is just as has Invented paddle wheels which school house In the Baizotown and Bametts Crck church, containing any boat and re- Renfrow public road; thence East 120 acres, all in cultivation except frsXf as ever. But every pound or may be attached to volved by a man pullins at oar like over the lands of W. H. Baize about 3 acres. Good dwelling, barn .j imported from Argentina 40 yards to the lands of M. J. Em-br- and all in good repair. pound of meat produced handles. a An absorbant pad to hold water thence in tho same direction ov- Well watered and In the oil belt. For 2wn the turms of AnTerlca. Every Jusar cf labor pcrfonud in Argen-jtin- for moistening postage stamps or en- er the lands of M. J. Embry about terms and particulars apply at this velope flaps that is fastened to the 1000 yards to the lands of Nowton office. and every bushelof Brain BARNETT & SON, Agents. feeding the live stock nlifch back of a person's hand has been Embry; thence in the same direction, 17tf. in jiaaic fhia meat, displaces an hour patented. Five new French battleships will xtsuunerntirc labor by American have both turbine and reciprocating JlM.etiK.xs, and a market for America, eraln in producing American engines, the former for speed and the But It docs not lessen the latter for crulsiug, to economize Kjjpiwipoly of tl.e Uecf Trust In tlie fuel. There were fourteen fewer medical i market. The Beef Trust's 1913 XMaugin Is just as wide as ever, 'but schoo'B In the United States In No Money than In 1912, about 1200 fewer stu.tJif itoiiand for American teef is inAdvauco S00 fewer graduates. dents and about Stitiafno Jiiaa fthat much .reduced without , Discoveries of extensive deposits tion Guathe cost to the consumer ot limestone and silica in the Philranteed wiA Is maintained by the packers. ippines have led to the formation ot LowetitNet fha retail price of meat to tlie a company to manufacture cement Fa ot ory b:ais no relation, whutev-f-s- c PricoH ea t tt xhe suply and demand, so Ion? there. Tormti A Legs have been Invented for stoves r. U Trust arbitrarily .a;? lint Saving of .th supply between It and the which contain casters, so mounted SlOO to pressure on levers projects them tsiviraaiLr bu,t eery pound of meat that stoves to be moved From Foe-lor- y P. A. STARCK Tttzotfta by the unpatriotic American and enables the ACSIDKNT Direct ATfft3aniunt from a foreign country easily. c'alm owners that Automobile ?3itlxally adds to .the supply of beef cattle uvai'JiUo to the more power Is belns developed In jarttjirs without adding one Iota to tho United States by motor engines We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' frco trial. In your Mhic American demand for the ibeef than In all the commercial steam home. No cash payment required. All wc ask Is that you will play uion, uso power plants. und test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not Und It the highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever A rccentlj Invented life preservjA. tw diiya ago 500,000 bushels ol seen for the money, you are ut perfect liberty to Rend It back, and wu will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, er spreads out like a pillow and l2ciiJ4ian cpts were bought in the or there is no sale. JKajitajiOlls market lu spite of the will hold a wearers' head and shouldEasy Paymtnfs Sava $150.00 or Mtrt Jnipart tax btlll levied und ers above water to prevent hlni t We chip direct to yeu from our factory, at You pay no cadi down, after 30 bya drowning should he become unconprices that save you upward ot $150.00 In tin of trial, )on can begin payment on the lowawiiich will be levied as long as est, eailot tcrnn cer miggetcd by a piano of jour piano. We guarantee to furnUU CSuwaiTa lias not 'alien off Cunautan scious. you a better pimio for the money than jou can manufacturer. Thse terms are arranged to You ore auure.l of recnins Hilt ycur convenience, and It li possible for secure elsewhere. To retain woman's hair and mil3Soiff on American grain In case you to bry a pjno for your home, without a latlifjctory nvect toned durablo lil&li grade o n .long automo-bllpiano. , . nlnl'ir l'a" infney. Jinported Into Canada, altho linery immacu'tito --ocjr Jouraejs is the aim of a wind wiaruii ar .io- su2t Jmpoils tiro actually made. Guarantee Player-Piano- s 2i,-Han- ti proof veil and heap wrap Bargains Htcry Start!: Pian'J h i w; can arford to buy Canadian and dust by New York woman. Starck l'lay.rd'ianos are (murantecd patented lor 25 an. a Wc lime reivjtauth on hand the lest and must brautl-fu- l icair ajul pay C cents Tariff, what This guarantee ha) back a lirgc number of wl. !.!! uacd Player l'ljivx on the Tho dial of a new French clock Is ot It o':r 35 years of piano and ecmiiMimd il moa oiaH rnarl.i-t- . TfUl ? tlie result when that Tariff You nil) be experience, and tha ktanchrd nukei ial,.'ii In perforated and behind It are numberwith tlie many exla. rir.ipinated? of nn for new ?ti.icl: J'l.ii.oi clusive Matures cf the.e re.jrf3ailMu piano Louse. and and I'lawj.Hano'. 'The' f.nlow wonlerful Instrrmcn's, and a whole steamer ed disks for both twelve-hou- r A lew daya Ir arc. a few kjnu!c bargalnii will lo pI.aiM Willi tl.o twenty-four-hoof time, either SO Fras Kiusia AiAl jf bran arrived In tin New York very low ii lees at which Wc'jer $110.00 -, liiey can ue secured. being shipped from which can bo turned bo that the figtho bran Les3ons 03 00 Stciaway Piano 3oo!; Frae Chickerlng 00.03 To emy p' rtliaKr of ArjmUJna In comitotltloii with the ures show through tho openings. Bend todjy fur our new EtaicU Pianos, we cUe 'rta Kimball 05.00 Flowers are moro fragrant when 'American grain, and this ot Sre' tif music leaaon3. In o 105.00 beautifully llliutrat-- d rlani Starck knoAn school In tho sun Is not shining on them, acloo': wlileh eie J'J a the bat in, in spito ot the tact tliat taMM large amount of Infot nahlcago. These lesonj you Send for our latest complcto ran take hi your own home, tion rcgardlny pianos. Tli,s H Sv rcrognlziMl by veterinarians that cording to a French scientist, beeauso bargain lUt. book by mall. This represent! will Interest and oils that produce tho porfunio Is Ik- - loot and mouth dlstnso can be tho one year's free Instruction. plee you. ' Write today through forced out by tho water prossuro in cuMUMiiulraUd io llvo slock 1313 Starck BId.. CniCAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., cells !& diseased bran. It was provedn the r"eitsunlight. ami this Is diminished by to- Jus .satlsfnctlcn of tho ndmlnls-r:Hfjh.For appllng designs to fabrics that tluit this did not happin to tt tJbfiaBUil, and the gleeful admlnls-vhX"- u tiro lo Lo dyed In mi. h a way that tl.o WHY NOT A MONTI! rojolied at this Importa- - dye will not affect tho designs an heated foulnlaln pen exud$5Q.00 a Week, almost SIO.00 a Day ing wax 'lias boon patented, the wax Mui It nil eoiuus In direct boxes Pellliiff Victor Sufc8 mid with the American farmer being (Usscjvod off ufterr the dyelnR to mcruhants, doctum, lawyers, demists und furmerJ, ail otviioiiiie.illt' the need Xhi' JW-- t I'oriuiiUible dlbeate wliich Is finished. ca-ot a sate, but do not know-hoIt Utoown ofMiTttU the American funnier Is tliu one. tjjletimoii dcclaro our proposition one of luoiicy.inukiru; opportunitho best, t'leuu-cu- t Remnants. 4ilikiio of atUickliijf agiltultural ties over rccUod. Without previous oxiktI-tncYOU can duplicate tho Biieeees of otfiers. o. In Uiu 5KirJty through Woolen Divss Goods, Silks Fine Our luiidturiily illustrated Vui.puge ealaloi; J'f this intacl; upon agrlDulture, and all kinds of bright now materwill tnabiu vjii to present the subject to cus ta tomers In ua lntoreailng a niHiiner as though to hJX tlit talk nlmut ooopert:iln(; tliem through our factory. sM-ials, In serviceable lengths, at strict ji.u wtrn pooling diieA mid lnntriifltouv for allliiir BppoluUdus it til rkiiu tcw the tide of hoUjl'U'iK'iit Lack to ly bargain prices. litJMNANT STOIIB cunvliu'liiu inUaiiK (Hjliila wlilcli It is linpoibtu tor a ivafed. ulilnir customer to deny Why propectlo ilon'i Yoll Ira tlio llrtt lu apply from your vlcliilts" before tomcouoolso gets Iho territory t tlx f.trm is about us olfootlto us to 212 Allen Street, Qwousboro, Ky. only oiiu t.ileeuian out of each locality. U. latr mbj! Utile to Ifght a oouflagration ui vur anuMliiaiiuivrri-nr- j comiuiny was celebrated lor wUM a. jjijulrtsun. n(o rreotlug the most Notice. factory In tho world. WIJe jfJiro'a fiddling while Uomo burned r wake men vlwj received All porsons having o'alms nBalnst tlwliil belling tiiduvemeiit, wui u hauo mid revcrontiul pastime rendered Huecengarytniloublo Al. Muddox, tho estate of Uw. ax oouijuiml with tho our output. Wo are epenuliitf must prsuut them to mo iiiany tliousaudi of riollu rs tuky-tro- t over tho suctcbd of tao- or but tu leu rn nil jartlcuUra, it x)fielus tho Atnorlcan market to for on or bforo Februnrj 1. 1911. will cost you only tho price tt jUw cpmpoUtlon at Uiu txivous or thoy will be fbrever liarrud. u postal card. 3cls -- H-j- over tho lands of said Newton Em-br- y about 400 yards fa tho Amdld and Balzetown public road near tho HIGHEST COURT dwelling houso of Newton Embry. will Said change, Jt established, nmko a much ,bcttcr road than wjicro Be Made To Prevent the stitno Js at present located and will cnab'to a large number of people, Including your petitioners, to reach Release of Harry the post office, church and mill much Thaw. moro conveniently than nt present. Witness our signatures, this IS, day of December, 1913. M. J. EMBRY, AfLany, N. Y., Jan. 12. AttorNEWTON EMBRY, ney General Carmody will appnl to T. F. JAMES, tho higher federal tribunal and the W. C. DAUGHERTY, supremo court, If necessary, should W. H. BAIZK, Judge Aldrich, of tho United States By T. II. Benton, County Road circuit court permit Harry Thaw's n'lrttj on ball. Ho will also take Engineer. steps lo stay any such order bj Notice. Judge Aldrich, pending final disposition by the lilghcr court. Notice Is hereby given that tho In announcing this determina- West Kentucky Oil Company, a tion tonight the attorney general corporation under the laws of the expressed the opinion that iuentcr-talnln- g Commonwealth of Kentucky, has this Judge day been dissolved under Section CC1 Thaw's application Aldrich exceeded his authority. Car- of the Kentucky Statutes by the mody tonight said ho would regard written consent of tho owners of a the release or Thaw on bond as majority of Us capital stock. equivalent to Klvlng him his permaWest ky. oil company. By Rowan Holbrook, Pres. nent freedom. jf December 20, 1913. AFLEAL TO aH I Levy's Sale Continues T tfV - iu Aiuaii Alien uon A XX X 1 A.A. J.9 - Smart people know that the Levy stock of- Jj fers better values now that it possibly can later on in January. As the season advances ine seiecuon grows smaller ana men tne dreadful cut in price is accompanied by a 5 dreadful cut in values. Levys urge you that S for good values buy now. This is not a scheme to get you to buy now, but merely a fact which B your good judgment will tell you. Levy's J prices are reduced as follows: ,f COATS SUITS 137.50 Suits are... $25.00 $25 00 Suits are... 1G.G5 $18.50 Suits are... 12 35 $15.00 Suits are... 10.00 .; A Free-Tfrsi- Children Cry CASTOR A Pres-jufetct- $50 00 Coats are.. $33.34 $37 50 Coats are.. 25.00 $25.00 Coats are... 1G.05 $20.00 Coats are... 13.34 $15.00 Coats are.. 10.00 Thirty sport coats at DRESSES one half the original Any dress in the house at one-hul- l' the original price. price. J J aaj 1-- Duu-rfuresrt- ie Mi dis-jPi- y; Among other things Sj Great Value in a $3.00 that we offer as specials Fkirt for $1.98 in black, at this sale is 300 waists bluo and green. used for window purpos- $5.00 and $6.00 Hats es or stock soiled, that for $1.50. wo will soil for 98c. PETTICOATS WAISTS S 3 2 5 a. Come to Levy's Sale and make it a rule to ' rl jU,s-j5cjj- Starck Pianos f B Eaai con-sroi- S300 Am-.tvrif- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL WZl '" GET THE LEVY HABIT! IT.B PAYS B .8 i i IDAILY ! I I COURIER - JOURNAL I AT HALF PRICE DURING : eo-- t JANUARY THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'V - 25-Yo- n a"-'- o tBi.-i.iH- k- - C second-han- - ME $200. - - Thai's 4 flrc-pro- Has made a spocial, arrangement whoreby the Daily Courier-Journa- l can bu furnished one year for $3.00, six months $1.7'6, by mail (Sunday not included) to all persons who will give- their orders to usMuring the months named above. Bettor still, you can have the Daily Courier-Journa- l and THIS PAPER one year each wcll-u)-d- o . e. Krto-Titul- For Only $3.75. After February 28, 1914, the price of tho Daily Courier-Journalone is $0.00 u,vtar. ad- -' al nio-lor- i Froo-Tnulw- V yuiiiHgu iii nuo njjuwuu uuigiini UIIUI'MIt OUC0 nilU ' REDUCE THE HIGH COST OF LI vT NG. i A Kcuols, Ky. "couio beef and .bran from 2Ctl oom Into Texas from Ar-- 1 Juax-iiUmCalifornia ifcitiit. egfs Into small grain from Habitual Constipation andbyall liver Into troubles can be cured- using tMaiu mllliona or Ask J,. H. from Canada, displacing Grlt-sby'-s .iifiiKc-tlD.2y ,'ut ttji'-a-l number of bushels of Am Williams, Hartford, Ky. .imejicau farmei-s- . W. II. .MADDOX, 2lov A$k (or Catalogue 16T. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent Us, Not to the & 'P. X 11 THE VICTOR SAFE Our Ntw'llstno, Courier -Journal ' & LOCK CO. i Celly 20,000 Slct Ainu!ly. waiiWsiaii, uniu JiliMWm tgrv- -