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DEVOTED HttWicttit Subscription $1 per TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Yar HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914. tho Inhabitants of unsowcred cities, towns and country districts In ho Unltoltatos, including Kentucky To say nothing of .tho high sick and death rato pvery month In every year from typhoid fever and other unper 40 questionable filh diseases, cont of tho thousands examined from overy section of tho stato showed hookInfection of some Bort, by worm or other Intestinal parasitica, caused only by the pollution of the soil and food from human excrement. In most counties only a small per cent of olthcr homes or schools have any privies, except such aa are intended to hldo the body while attention is given to tho calls of nature. Such ns they have arc open to rate, chickens, often to hogB and dogs, and al ways to the flies, which live on and fecal besmirch their bodies with filth between mca'a, and' on tho food, hands and utensils In the unscreened klchcns and dining rooms at meal time. Where there aro no privies of any kind, and this Is probably true of more than half the dwellings and schools In Kentucky chimney and fenco corners, and the surface of the back yards are used as substitutes by tho women and children, tho men using the stables or other out buildings with the same disgusting relations as to fowls, dogs, rats, flics and food. Often the woMs and springs aro infeced from such sources, frequently the. shoes and indirectly the hands become so files are the but unquestionably most common carries of disease from such places, Including, hookworm find otlicr parasitica. No. 2 good i Stinging Indictment By Frankfort. State Board of Health meeting at iV; Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 17. In the biennial report of the state board of health to tho governor, adopted to day. comment Is mado on the fact that ,111c first board was appointed by Gov. McCrcary during his first term, and that now, under the, Act of 1910, tho board "for tho first tlrao ia able to glvo In exact figures an actual Invoice of the state of health of our population." Tho roiwrt shows that In the montht of the oicratlon of tho vltsl statistic law J.hcro have reported 19,86! births and 83,-723,860 deaths, of tho. latter belnK caused by prevon'able dlseas-e- r. sujh For each of these s, tho roiort, there wero tyonty-sl- x cases of Illness from the same cause, malting a total of 041,850 cases of Illness which ought to liavc been prevented. During tlio last itwo years 2 microscopic examinations have been mado in the bacteriological la FOURTH DISTRICT boratory of specimens submitted to' ''?' disease kind of deternilno tho MEMBER OF CONGRESS genus causing tho malady' botug BhowinB that physicians ''511 over tho Btato arp themselves of the uso of tho flaboratory. Mixes up With Washington LawHundreds of examinations of water made, and sanitary iuspec-'.fiyv- o 1 aveboon yer Who Calls Him' '. . thlr-ty-thr- bn 157,-0G- conduct-tj- ui , ing wetter. ' At & charge of $1 for each cxamln. atlcn tho bacteriological laboratory has paid tho expenses of tho department for fjve years. In tho courso of Its annual report the board says: "As a concrete example of present wasio of energy and misdirected effort I submit a photograph taken rinrlnir arhnnl linnrfl In onn of our If common schools where tho (teacher was giving a lesson In music to a class of students ever' ono of 'wham and tho teacher himself was suffer ing from a preventable disease about which in their cntiro school course from tho co..tty school ithrough ttie State University thoy would not hear a single word unless accidentally! The mlscroblo text of which is re by quired in our common schools law, gives page on page of facts and names to be memorl7ed which are useless oven to doctors and neglects or every principle rignt living which should be, and is placed by progressive teachers as Jthe flr&t, last and most Important lesson to bo Im pressed upon tho growing child. "I havo selected ten counties, typl-cas to health and disease condl-fvton- B or all tho rest, and tho exact 1 figures as to causes of death herewith. .Similar figures aro availabio as to every county. Continuing tho report says: are diseases "AH preventable spread directly or indirectly , by the body discharges from tho human Except tuberculosis, dlptheria and other nffeclons of tho luwrs and air In which passages the seed or germs arc carried In the sputum, and syphilis and gonorrhoea. . . . most of them are duo to lack of care in tho disposal of tho discharges from tho bowels and kidneys. Moses, tho first grca sanitarian, eo fully recognized itlm danger from this neglect tbat he Imposed tho Immediate burial of biich discharges us a religpor-so- n ious duty, and required each to carry a paddle with him for Improved that purpose, with un health antl life record for his poo-pl- o which seems Incredible. This alutary practlco appears to havo Except in been loHt to the world. ports of modem cltle.i us have tch Mjftwcr systems, tho country at large still tolerates tho familiar ami dangerous customs in this regard that has coino down from ages, with epiJuwjjernblo demics and pestilences Am disregard of the laws of nature uud decency. Probably no people, oven among the most barbarous, havo persisted in filthier practices in tka dlsivwnl of their disease .tJban al a camiialgn against tainted drink- Liar. Washington, Jan. 20. A fist fight, between Representative Johnson of Kentucky and John D. Shields, a Washington attorney, broke up a mooting today pf the house committee of ho District of Columbia. After the two men clashed, and soveral blows were struck, Johnson broke away shuotlng, "Get ioo my pistol! I'll kill him!" Johnson knocked Shields down before the clerks and spectators in the room could separate the combatants. Two clerks tried to hold Johnson, but he broke away and dashed for his private room .shouUnK for his revolver. A dpzen persons In the room fled. When Johnson returned only the clerks remained, and the berated them for their interference, and the incident closed. The fight followed the hearing on a bill increasing the. wages of the crossing policemen, whom Shields represented. Johnson declared ho had heard that Shields collected a large lobbyist's fee on the bill. Shleds demanded an opportunity to "reply to the false Johnson then floored statements." Shields with a blow under the eye. Ken-tucklan Change Made in L., H. and St. L Time Table. Olio L., II. and St. L. Railroad changes in tho time table which will becomes effective Sunday, Junuary lpivcs Louis-vlll- o 18. Train No. 143 at 1:15 p.t m.., arriving in at 8:21 p. m.. Instead of 8:35 p. in., thus affording ample tlmo for connection with the L. and N. southbound train leaving Henderson at 0:40 p. in., and close connection with the I. C. train which leuv.os , ansvlllo at 10:10 p. in. for Chicago Train No. 117 will arrive In Owens-bor- a at 8:20 a. m. Instead of 7:13 a. m. Train No. 148, tho Clovcrpojf accommodation will arrive in Owens-bo- r ut 5: 10 p. m. instead of G:55 p. in Ow-ensb- Tobacco Meetlig. The Ohio County Consolidated ToGrow hers met hero Tuesday to consider matters of great buiiort-unc- o to the Association, Tho court houso was packed pa Its capacity, with earnest determined men who re alized that a crisis was impending In thu history of tho tqbacco t'rowvru of Ohio county. President Wester-fiel- d presided and resolutions were adopted placing in the hands of (he committee power to act on a solo, but urging it not to sell below the price heretofore agreed upon. bacco man not only rode well, hut TOM swimmer. Thero were bridges to speak of, so It often happened that people would havo $& DUEL IN swim across. One March when Z ary was still very young J10 wBm across the Ohio river from the Kentucky to tho Indiana side. At State Penitentiary At At last a chance came for the to? to attend school. A schoolmaster McAlester Okla. from New England came to tho tlement to teach Jthe young paojAV such subjects as would fit thero ft Three Convicts Cheered By Fifly enter college. Zachary iwas not fond of his books and was av teen Hundred in Liberty lltle slow to learn, but stow awn interested as ho grow older. Dash. Agriculture. Beaver Dam Defeats Fordsville. Finally ho decided thq best itaiag for him to do was to start a awfii Dam The Ford9Vllle and Beaver Washington, January 17. Prelimin for himself although his ambUioa-fc- l McAlester, Okla., Jan. 19. Seven basket ball teams met on the local persons were killed and three In court Saturday night and furnished ary estimates by the Department of life was to become a ibrave war l. jured during a pistol battle, at the the Hartford fans with a pretty game- - Agriculture show that of ithe 1,140,- stato penttontlary here late today During the first halt it looked Tike 000,000 acres of tlllablo land in tho Jn 1804 war with the Indians aeaia anybodys gome and was hotly contest United States, only 27 per cent of it broke out and there was a call fer when three prisoners, armed with made a dash for liberty. The cd, but at the sound of the referees is actually under cultivation. The volunteers. As there was apparently no official opening for Zachary, men broke from ranks while passing whistle at the begining of tho second estimates were based upon reports as a private. His older 00-the- r, period It was apparent that Beaver of 35,000 correspondents scattecrcd in throuRh a courtyard and ran through however, was appointed every State to ascertain the tillable Uie office firing soveral shots at would be tho victor. But ho died soon and ate Neither pcam seemed in the best area of the country, the amount of random. One struck Miss Mary Pos of condition but the victors showed land unavailable for crops, but avail- appointment was given to. Zachary. ter, a stenographer, In the leg. In tho corridor they encountered flashes of form in thq lasthalt and a able for pasture or fruits, and the The opening of the military ca John R. Thomas, of Muskogee, a times Fordsville did splendid guard- total acreage that can never be used reer he had so long waited for baa come at, last and at a (tune wbcK visitor to the prison, whom they ing. Neither .team was lackinsr in for agricultural purposes. It Is that the United States, ex- there; seemed to he no Immediate dead. Tomas was formerly a support from, thq spectators and nrhea shot judgo and representative a good play was made it was heartily cluding its possessions, contains prospect for active service. federal Young Tayjor was not a lleutcaa&t applauded. Score. Beaver Dam 39; about 1,900,000,000 acres, of which from Illinois. long. Because of his courage he imar Fordsville 19. about 60 per cent or 1,140,000,000 Two suards intercepted the prisonacres,' is tillable. This includes 'land Boon promoted to the position of ers as they left tho corridor and Hartford College Notes already under such cultivation and captain. A fqw years later he wa were shot dead. asaln promoted, becoming major oC In a running fight that ensued ail The term began Jan. tbat which in the future may be the Seventh Infantry. clear-in- ?, by thrcq prisoners were killed. 19, 1914 with splendid prospects for brought under cultivation Every position Zachary Taylor feett drainage, Irrigation, etc. Tho .attempted mutiny occurred at a full attendance both Jn high kchool Of the entire acreage 361,000,00.0 In life he made worth while. Hte the end of the day's work. Convicts and normal work. Rov. R. D. Bencourage and never Reed, Law and Koontz worked In nett, city, conducted devotional ex- acres, or 19 per cent are estimated to be nontlUable, but valuable for failed him. He was very popular and the tailor shop and when thjs work ercises and 'gave an excellent ''talk was done they approached the back to the students. He was followed by pasture or fruits. Only 21 per cent in 1849 was elected President of &e door of thhc administration building Supt. Shultz who made a good talk or 399,000,000 acres, vias esjtlmatodto United States by a large majority. Taylor was an eld , ortlce. They met John Martin, turn- full of encouragement and lnspria-tlo- be of no use for agriculture either! But President jrfj man ajid Uiecares and worries of Honow or In tho future. key and boat Win over tho head with Leach was al3o presa revolver, and shot him through ent and substituted for Mrs. Foster According to the census of 1909, lm portaht an office wero too muoa Jor ' the In sixth Trade, she being absent on tho land area In crops where acre-ag- o him. He had served less than eigfttho cheek and robbed him of teen months when, due (to a. was-givwas 311,000,000 acres. Keys . accountvof Illness. he broke down completely, the The following students enrolled In This is approximately 16 iper cent of Tho prisoners ran toward the Jotal lendj-orea- , or about 27 per and died a few days plater Chi oafi warden's . office. aacL.:. meUi Patrick the Taric4irtepartriiesnts this week. ' Record-HeraltillOakos, assistant warden and shot him Mc- - cent of the estimated potential Misses AUdrey Growbarger, dead. Henry; Rhoda Willlamsj Itockport; able area of the United States, ex L. M. Stateler Dead. Tho greatest confusion ensued and Irene Ward, Clarice Ward, Ward clusive of its possessions. "In other Mr. L. M. Statler died at his home. - "for tho convicts ran about shouting en Dena Rial, No Creek; Mary Sue words," says .the dspontment,couragement to the mutineers. By Johnson, Mcllenry; l.ula Sulienger, every 100 acres that thq now tilled, near Cromwell, Wednesday and 'was yester- this time tho guards werqf aroused Dukehurst; Zoda Raymond, Adaburg; about 375 acres mav bo tillMl when buried at Oakwood, Hartford, morning. He hod been UMor ev- and began firing. A random shot Cecil Murphy, Hartford H. 1; Kath- - the countrv Is fullv devetaoed." Thelda' having undergone a which passed 'ithrough the door in orlno Pendleton, Alice Taylor, Cllffle increased production of the future, It eral months, tho Bertllllon office, killed H. H. Felix, Bessie Hudson, Annie Lee is added, will be tho result of in- ious surgical operation. Mr. Statlar was 75 years old and belonged to de- Taylor, Drover, superontendent of that Eleanor Potty, Edna Black, creased yields per ocrq as well as of jthe old families of the county. H extension of area. partment. F. C. Godfrey, a guard Winnie Wilson, Hartford; Jessie ancestors were among the ploaee" sprang directly in front of the mu- Park, No Creek; Corlnne Shultz, When Zachary Taylor was a Boy. of the State and figured largely ia tineers and Reed shot him dead. Una Stevens, Beaver Dam; Messrs. Thero are few boys of today that the early history of Ohio county. He Judgo Thomas, sitting in thq war- James Coleman,. Paradise; Ellis Bell, den's office came to the door and Matanzas; Arthur Hinton, 'Horton; havo the strength, courage and phy- leaves one son, Mr. Guy Statler, who eviently was mistaken for the war- Charley Ward, No Creek; Leslie sical endurance that Zachary (Taylor is manacer for Williams Coal Co. den. A volley of bullets was fired at HaRerman, Walker Carter, Duke- had. Thpse three characteristics, and Farmers' Institute. him, as he sank mortally wounded. hurst; Robert Davis, Beda; Charlie bravery later on in life, won for bim The Ohio County Farmers' Inatt 'Fcorins an alarm might bo given Hawkins, Anthony Daniel, Bennetts; the presidency of the United States. tuto was held here 'Wednesday aad Zachary was the third son of Col- Thursday by ho telephone, three men wreck- Earl Sheve, Rhea Daniel; Dukehurst; of this week. At thq ed the switchboard, and took Mary Earnest Wilson, Prentiss; Aaron Ross onel and Mrs. Dick Taylor. He was session Wednesday the foUnrtr' plantation In Orange Ing born at their Foster, the operator with them McHenry; Gilmoro Keown, city.. officers were elected: President using her as a ahlokl. Only one Bhot Mr. Buford, 0 Frankfort, 'Prof. county, Virinla, November 24, 1784. Henry Leach; Vice President, Heary was less than a year old Pintle; Secretary James Brown; Repwas fired at the convicts as they Leach and Col. Bamett, city, were When he made their way across the yard, visitors at chapel Wednesday morn- his father migrated to Kentucky. Al- resentative to State Institute, Heary cheered only by the 1,500 prisoners ing. Mr. Buford, ,who Is connected though tho land in his Virginia plan- Leach, Alternates, Henry Pintle aad and it struck- - the woman. with Mio State forrcstry service and tation was gooJ and brought In a James Brown. The lecutrea on both As she Bank to the ground 'Wound- lecturer in fanners' institutes, made fair living ;hc hai hopes of something ' exccptlonBy oodt ed, the convicts spntng into thu war-don- 's a splendid talk to the student body. better in Kentucky the attendance was very poor. HowTho journey across country was a ever, better on thq last day. Theae buggy and drovo away. Guards Thq High School and Normal departand prison officials quickly mounted ments, were adjourned Thursday aft- perilous one, full of danger and pri- who came here were well pleased They ernoon to attend Bpeclal demonstra- vation. The Indians were on the with aU horses and travo pursuit. tho talks and demonstraovertook tho heavily Jooded vehicle tion work of the farmers' institute- - warpath and every day thero wore re- tions. A large audience hoard (fee As the horse fell the convicts ceased Literary Society ports of white men being killed Iby lady on Domestic Sdencq yeateaday The Hypathian firing. The officers found all three were guests of the Wohum's Club them. Sometimes wholo families were afternoon. However, nothing disIn a heap In alio bullet riddled buggy Saturday afternoon, at thq homo of massacred. dead. Death of Capt. A. E Stanley. splendid couraged Colonel Taylor. As quickMrs. II. E. Brown, when a Chine Reed iu for two years, for In commemoration of Robert E. Leo ly as possible ho mode a clearing in Cnnt. A. 11. Rtnnlov died at fel the woods and built a log cabin homo hmno m neaver Uam Tucsday uiora. larcncy; Tom Lane, five yours for was given by thq ladles. v uu juat forgery and Charles Koonz, forty lrw uu imo ui w.u ,ng fr)m of prusum ciy ox uouiuvme. years for murder, were tho prisoners. muj lingcrlug illness. Services wero Samuel Turley Dies. were in constant danger of death. R. Thomas, killed at 'Atc.Uester today at thn homo liv llovn. Jural- Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 21. Samuel Every settler who was old enough by rlsoncrs attempting to escape Lawrcnco Wednesday at 1 Turley, 69, of Mt. Sterling, represen- to use a riflo w,as at all tlmos a from tho stato prison, formerly was oclock, after which thq Interment legislature, answered soldier, ready to answer a call to a member or Congress from Illinois tative in thq look place at tho Beaver Dam conw-ter- y. from tho Fourth his last roll call last night at J0:B0 arms instantly, in Buch on atmos Ho served flvo .terms Cnpt. Stanley was in tho S4ta phere and receiving buch iiuprcs- district of that state, from 1879 to o'clock. yeara ago Ho was stricken yesterday morning slons llttlo Zachary grow to be a year of his ago. Uutll a few ,, wm,,j ,,. vuv ,i,n ,.. 1889. Sliorttf after his retirement he ninsciimr' bcen a successful fanner. ' Ho In on his way to tho house as be wus hnv of morn thun romoved to Oklahoma, iwhero a a onterinR tho capital with J, L. White, strength and endurance. 1S97 McKlnlcy appointed him aa gallant Union soldier, galnins Uu assistant Inspector und examiner. All tho early education the boy district Judge. thq 20 Rest-- . Ky.. While White ministered to him. a received related to history. Ho wus rank of captain n Ho leaves Volunteer Infantry. Suicide Near Pleasant Ridge. newspaper correspondent ran for Dr. thoroughly acquainted wltii all thu wife and a number of chlldrua to N. McCorniack, a, houso member, stories of tho revolutionary war and Mrs. Joe Simmons of the Maxwell J. wa Two physicians from the city were the campaigns In which hlaa father mourn his loss. Capt. Stanley neighborhood committal suicide 'by popular called and later two physicians were and hla father's friends bad served. ono of God's noble men and drowning herself in a pond, Sunday with his fellowmeu. He was thq statresided called from Lexington, but Turley He knew all about Daniel Boone and er of Dr. A. P. Stanley who practicMra. Simmon afternoon. Ho had other great hunters of Kentucky. AH died before they arrived, about four' miles from '2'lcasant llldo some poisoning. His wjfo and chil the talk around him had to do with ed hla profession at Hartford and was well known in tha.tjV4clntt, uraomlc years ago, but who uow lives in tonight Bnortiy ueroro thq feats of daring men, both red ssunaay axecrnoon wr .ausuauu icii dren arrived was a farmer and a mer- and white. And It aroused in him a Colorado. home about 2 q'slock and went to a be died. He of prominence. desire to excel nil tho daring and Special Offer. neighbors house to spend the. after- chant brave men of tho past. As a result The Daily Loulsvlllo Herald durnoon, and sho Intended going to Notice. s at a very early ago ho became ing January, 1914, and tho lUxttuml place to imss t,ho utternoon. iMr Republican by moll for ono year, at All persons having claims against an expert in tjie use of weapons. Simmons returned home about dusk deIn those days. bones wero plenti- special prico of $2.75. Kentucky' and found that his wlfo had not re- thu estate of Geo, M. Miuido-v- , turned. Ho started to tho place Bho ceased, must present them to mo ful and Zachary learned to bo on greatest newspaper delivered at your or expert ridef. Racing on horseback home each day including your boait was supposed to be visiting und wbllo on or before February L 1914, was oao of tho chief outdoor sporta paper, at tho price of $2.75, This ofpassing by tho fond, which is near they will be forever barred. of tho time. Zachary took great de- - fer positively expired on January 31, W. II. MAD1XJX, houso, hq saw a drees floating on the light In winning thq races. The joung 1911, Echols, 1C tho water. fteallztag in a moment J 26U SEVEN KILLED PISTOL what had happened ho waded In and found tho body of his wife. BACK TO FARM llfo liavlng bean extinct for somo tlmo No message was left belli nd to account for ,the act, and It Is thought that In a fit of despondency she took her life. She was about 64 years old. Besides her husband she leaves one daughter. Mrs. WJ1I Sumner qf this Urged To Cultivate Unused city, to survlo her. Tillable Land. Tho ifuneral services were conducted by Rev. J. A. B3nnctt of Utlca Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from tho Mt. Carmcl Baptist church. In- Only 21 Per Cent of Country's terment was In tho (Mt. Carmel cemAcreage Cannot fie Used For etery. Owensboro Inquirer. JOVEMENT fN-er- Mea-tcna- nt. mld-wlnt- er n, Ex-Su- Htfe-exertlo- n, en '. d. '" I -- ait-erno- m cea-diurt- ml w tu an-oth- er of-thi- 1 - iiii PROFIT SHARING SALE IS ON IN FULL BLAST! R.Lpid Selling and ec Force of Courteous Salespeople to Wait oi You A stupendous array of bargains from the opening until the close of this sale. To stay away from this bargaingiving event would be as unreasonable as doing yourself some personal injury. Make your arrangements to be here. &; i;. I L.1 $ M M I Hope Bleached Cotton, at per yard Hoosier Unbleached Cotton, at per yard 4i CYTDA QPFPIAI Q jl ww w. l-- Aiiin .''t 7 5 T j? . A l2c l2c f : I ' A CORRECTION. j Clarette Soap, 8 bars for 25c, Instead of 7 as ! I advertised. - MMHWW'M! r-- "AAA-.- J MMAAWMlJ U F ! f -I it u i Beaver SHUN db Bro Barnes Dam, Kentucky. FRAYED COLLARS. the Neck and Carbuncles. Cau The back of the neck is the coma carbuncle to up monest place pear. It Is a most sensitive spot, not ho much on the surface of the skin as in the unilei lying tlsiies, wherein are great nerves that loiuiuunlcate very closely with the brain. And It Is in these tissues that the carbuncle spreads Its "roots." A caihuiicie Is a breaking down o( the tissue caused by the germs call ed .streptococcus and staphylococcus. Thee are the principal but by no means the only pus producing germs. They eat and break down the tissue-- . The white corpuscles of the blood nihil to the spot and try to devour the attacking bacteria. Millions of them perish In the attempt, anil pus is really u mixture of deatl white corpuscles and gernis that are exuding virulent poiThey Arc Api to : $& M ESKIMO 0 Not Verv Dainty, It Was but It Was a Satisfying Feast. A?JD BLOOD SEAL MEAT The First SOUP. Courso Was Served Out of Hand, Jrtd the Second In Musk Ox Horn Drinking Cups Tho Hospital-i- t Extended to Explorer 3tefnns3on. An intetostlug dccilptlon of tltf bos. pitalilyof IWiimos is given by VUliJal- - miir fUof.uisson In hN piper. "My lu tin Arctic." In Harper's At one stage of his adventures the writer found himself unions Et,kl-m- o who had never before seen white lie says: "hike our distant ancestors, no doubt, thesu people four most of ttll tilings the evil splilts llmt are likely to appear to I hem at any time In nuy Riiise, and nevt to tint they fear strati-KerOur lirst greeting had been a Ml doubtful and dramatic through our licliuj mistaken for spirits, but now they taid felt of us and talked with us and knew we were hut common men. tUrungcrs we were. It Is true, hut we vete only tlnee anions; forty of them jind were therefore not to he feared. Hiides, they told us they knew we 'onh harbor no guile from the freedom and frankness with which wo came among them; for, they said, it irmi) who plots treacheiy never turns bin hack to thobo whom he Intends to stab from hehlnd. "Itefure the house which they built for us was quite ready for our occupancy children came running from the vllluge to aiinounco that tliclr mothers hud dinner ready. The house were ho miiuII that It was not (nuviiiiicnt to Invite all three of us into the mime one to eat: besides. It wis not etlmiette to do so, as wo now ltnnw. Kitch of us was therefore tuk-v- n to a dllTeient place. My host was the wtil hutiler whom we had first on the Ice. Ills hoiuo would, lio said, he u fitting one in which to offer ine my first meal among them, for bis wife hud been born farther vest on the mainland coast than auy one Iso In their village, und It was 'even Mild that her ancestors had not lielonged oilylunlly to tholr people, but wote IniiulRiiuitb from tlie westward. J?ho would theiofoie like to nsk mo ene jir-ojl- luiuie-dhilcl- y fU9illOUH. n tilkutlvo person, but motherly, kindly mid hospitable, like Adversity has the effect of 4li'ltlnj all her ouiUry women. Her llr-s-t tpios 'alents which in prosperous circumtlous were not of tlie land from which stances would have lain dormant. Weren't Horace. I iiime. but of my footgear tny feet Just u little dump,uud might wife wns not "It turned out. however, that his mr me unci she not pun my norns dry them over the lamp? She had l'"lli'd sonio seal meat for me. but she Ind not boiled anv fat. for she (I'd not whether I preferreil the b'ubbcr I.oPciJ or raw. They always cut It In small pieces and ate It raw themselves, but the pot still hung over the lamp. Td tMiyrlii'isi she put Into It would In .1 moment. be eoi'-c"When 1 told her that my tastes o.uite colni Ided with theirs, as lu fact they did. she was dellchted. People were tntMi alike thru, after all. though lliey came from a gio.it distance. She would imonllngly treat me exactly as If I were one of their own people come to vKt them from afar. ' "When we had entered the house the boiled p'oces of seal meat bad illicitly been taken out of the pot and lay steaming on a sidobosud. On being as sured that my tastes lu food weie not likely to differ from theirs, my hostess picked out for ine the lower Joint of a seal's forele-r- , squeezed It firmly between her hands to make sure nothing should later drip from It, and to ine. along with her own haiidtd copper bladed knife. The next most desirable piece was slmllaily squeezed and handed to her husband, ami others lu turn to the rest of the family. "As we ate we sat on the front edge of the bed platform, holding each his piece of meat In the left hand and the knife In the right. This was my first experience with a knife of native copI found It more than per. sharp enough and very senlccable. "Our meal was of two coupes the first, meat: the second, soup. The soup Is made by pouring cold seal blood Into the linllliiK broth Immediately after tho cooked meat has been taken out of the po tn ml stliTliiK briskly until the whole comes nearly-b- ut never tpilte to boll. This makes a soup of a thickness comparable to our KnylKli pea soup, but If the pot he allowed to come to 11 boll the blood will wixulittc and settle to tho bottom. When the soup Is a few degrees from bolllut; tho lamp above which the pi Is swung Is ex tinguished and a few handfuls of snow are stirred Into the soup to bring It to a temperature at which It can be freely drunk. By means of a small dipper the housewife then tills the large musk ox horn drinking cups and assigns one to each person. If the nums ber of cups Is short two or moro nuiy share the contents of unit cup or u cup may bo icllllcd when one is through with it und passed to another. "After I had eaten my fill of flesh seal meat and druid; two pint cupfuU of blood soup my host and I moved farther back on the bed platform, where we could sit comfottably. piop pod up ugalnst bundle of soft callhou sMns, while we talked of vuilous things." d 1 11 per-ton- fr -- ? She know-hochivalrously romantic I.udwig could be on occasions, so she decided she would fall Into the lake and entreat ii to rescue her. The eventful evening arrived. .Tose- plilna warbled her sweetest for the benefit of the listening monarch and when the song was over plunged heavily into tlie lake. There was 11 trouindous noise, nnd the water splashed to the topmost summit of the "Himalayas." but the lady remained chin deep In the lake, whose still waters were not so deep ns thev looked. "Save me, save ni. Iihengrln!" cried the agitated singer. The king rsng the bell, "net that woman out of the lake and send her home." he commanded, and (he dripping .losophlna. sadder and wiser, walked out of the water and out of the resident forever. Countess Mario 111 1 at a loss for an expedient 1 EL $ . W . ""1 B 0 r V No STouoy iuAUvunce Sxitjsifc.c. tiozi. (Iniw nclnrd L.oivwlfot ,1 Fa c t o r y yk'iC' I l'ricnu Tcrmw 1'csi osAt Sa vIjij! ol II I P A. STARCK SlOO to S201) Front Fic tnry Direct sons. Carbuncles select the back of the neck so often because of the Irritation caused by the collar if this be slightly frayed or roughened by careless laundering. Tho back of the neck Is almost as much exposed to dirt ns are the backs of tlie hands and needs washing nlmost as often. Tho rubbing of tho collar scrapes off tho scaly surface of the skin, which Is Its protection against germs of disease. Tills being gone, tho gernis enter uiiop-posr.'l. A collar button pressing constantly on tho 0110 spot may produce the sumo effect. And In n few days you are golntr nrountl with a bandage on your neck and suffering nwful torture. Fortunately the doctors have discovered nn antitoxin that quickly cures ilium-cleVet even when this Is MV.iInls-tere- d the patient Is doomed to much pain. The moral of all this Is: Don't wear n collar tli'U Is the least bit frayed. New York World. A Letter For Schiller. Schiller once received a letter which took live years to reach him. Jn 1793 the national convention created the author of "The Uobbers" a French citizen as a tribute of admiration for tho revolutionary Ideas expressed In that work. The clerk charged with the dispatch of this civic diploma addressed the cover Xo "CItoyen Gllle," and Schiller did not receive it until 17!)3. On Its receipt he wrote: "This document has come to ine from tho kingdom of the dead. Danton and Clavlerc attested It. The covering letter Is signed by Itohtnd. All three hare passed away." London Chronicle. QWfl HOME Vo will nhlp you a Starok Vlano f(,r 0 lars' froj tnnl. I11 your borne. :o cusiii r.innunt rt.iulrcJ All ail. la thrt you w 'i iay upon, uso niiil test this piano lor 30 ms. If. et the on.l cf that time, i do not fln.l It the lilR';5t mnilc, Hwccte-- :' toneJ mul lincst pluno in every way, that you havit ever seen toi tlia money, ou aie ut porfdu llbrrty to send it buck, end wo will. In that - 'slit both waya. Tbla iiturck I'iano oent, ray the must muko coaii with you. or there U no sale, 1 o-f- ao mm We & DiiyrsfL IN YOURi Save 5150.90 or More lilp Jlrett to you from our factory, at price tliatsavcjou upward of $150.00 lu of jour piano. t (fujuntiM to furnU'i jou a li'ltir p'rfin fnr thu inoiify th ti i"i nw 1 li' here. ou are a..urtil cl a itlfactory wcet tencd duralia I gra b Easy Paymanls tn piano. l'i Toil pay no cal down, lwt ottfr SO diyt of trial, )mi ctn briii u,nnTt 011 tlie lowest, ouliit terms cut luwi-.tc- l l.y n piano nvnularturvr. Ihcw tciim are arranitiil to niit your convmltti'V, ami It H pnislljlo for jtiim-- lo lny n for ywir brmp, without c t: mercy. . , 1 3M 25-Ye- ar IT.I.1I ThU piarmtec I 11 Iiack ot it rur Za jrsn of piano experience, llry Slnid: ailtCl'd 1 GuaranJsa Piano ii 5 oiiircK 2n(!-Hani Savfictns PJayor-Pinn- os JPBM. ipu-taii''- of r.n cM tta!ill'cd, re:ponaIblc piano lisu;c, oml tl"- - Wo ion mdj en liar.a a tuni'lx . . il.Ji.ly i.wd inrl mu 1 IihikI pi.mos uf ait 'UV. id Min.il tal.rn In is Ijre I lue thini: Defining the Oyster. "Now." asked the teacher, "who can tell me what 1111 oyster Is'" .Silence for n moment, while smnll brows were kiilt In strained effort at remembrance. Then llttlo Tommy's facial muscles lelaxed, and eagerly he raised hl.s hand. "I know!" ho triumphantly announced. "An oyster Is a fish bulltllko a nut." Kverybod.v's. 60 Free ttush Lessons To every pircliartr of Btarck Pianos, wo giro frcu inualc Uftjuio. in 0110 of the best Mioun itlioolj In Clilcsjo. 'llicsa 1,'iwns you ran tako In your own liome, by null, lhlj represent ono year'! free Instruction. jie u Wcbvr I13 anl Ij.vi fir nr" Kvt Slurck t'lano 'I In- - Stelnvsy Chfckennj; Kimball niiipla biraaiim $110.00 07.03 0003 85.C0 folloft filarck I'lJiir-l'ljh-are tlm Ixiit cml mort Is auti-(u- t l'l4)VT I'unot r tlie liurktt. Von will l,r with tlie Iikiii ( rluthc (cuturcj o( tlinw wnj rfnl In'tnimon', und will b til"JTC.l nub ll-ry low prlivi ia ttlikh t'jey run lis miiii.iI. Rend today for our new lifaiilift .. ill'jttrjlul piano book uliicli nlvvii uii a largo amount of 'lliia lx,k will Interest and ideate von. Writ,. n.1tv Flaao Scclt Fras Starck 195.00 6er.1l for our latest complete acconj hand bargain, list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1313- - Starck Hldi CHICAGO HER SCHEME FAILED. Plight of a Singer Who Yearned to Captivate Ludwig ll. King I.udwig II. of Ibivnrla hud it wonderful winter garden at Munich, which was built on tho roof of the resldenz. There wns also nn urtlflclal lake with a painted panoramic background of the Himalaya mountains, nnd when tlm king sat lu the, garden a "property" moon shed Its gaseous light above tho snow capped peaks. The king used often to command artists from tho theater to perform In tho winter gardens, mid I remember tho fato which befell .loseplilna Schcfsky, a large, tall woman, whre one wish In life was to attract I.udwlg's notice. As nil singers sang hidden heniml screens, .loseplilna's chances of meet-Iw- a the King face to fui wore exceedingly small. Iltit w hat woman Is ever ; She Smackod of Books, "They tell 1110 you kissed Miss Son- net. the poetess, on yesterday b auto mobile excursion." "Yes. That Is true." "Indeed! ,ud how did you ah tlnd fier?" "Miss Sonnet has a marked literary taste." New Orleans -Times-Democr- '.1 t I Who Has i the Lucky Number? 3173 OiMyo GET THE BARREL OF OLD QUALITY 1 ;; Exaggeration. mil"You told 1110 you were worth lion, mid I And Unit you have only a paltry SIO.OW." said lllatliets' paitner. "Well ?10.l)!0 is 1,000.000 cents." said Ilhithers. Harper's Weekly. itufXNo. 11 j J will ivo tho cath if tho ono drawing this number would prefer it liniyr it in and talco your choice. r. r. K, LANCASTER w. v w A t? t mv A ml . Commercial Valuation. "Pollteneoi costs nothing." "Yes." ivp'Jetl tho gentleman of tho o'd school. "Perhaps thut's why people have so little respect for it." Washington Stat & CO. . . Distributors of OLD W. S. STONE "ZJ2J wmvuouuiu, " ' oot ivy. PREMIER PURE OLD QUALITY I j DdOMED I F.DK.W. SMITH TO A Pre II. I) FAYNR, Sec and Trcn. J, S. LIVING DEATH. LBACII, Mutineer. ' S 1 -- TT-Mf IIIMIIII II LJi &.iii7aZI!JBK! :5lli?SMIiliSi i . . j KKCfttWiOT!3& t .vmh mi wmva zimuimm eji r i . iu-t-v- n K 'WW'S'' laui i I 1m . . i.LgiM-jKt'ia.-- ... ..tn frKHHc EipwiiPiiErric-5.... 4LTIYw., -- W 2hBt. - - ' -- St- .. . "II II h BH ir. 'h:. -- . t . r ' .. . . . "':'?" ' natw. (,' J? ?WJk5 . l - 'fe'ri t. - ..-- ;'? T ' J! ; .. French Convicts Leave Hope Dehltwl Whan They Entor Cayenne. Cayenne red pepper to the world at Inrpe. hell to tin- - few tlmuwiiul of h to this iMilateil irniiNiiortril iiorthrnHtorn corner of (inwlnrinl Koiitli Ainerlcn. Ilcro. It wiik rntnon-d- . oxlst- j cd one of the world's niont imtliitntcd imd rpvolthi? immiiiI systfii!!. whrrc i thousands of nipii arc exiled and doom-- ( cd to n llvlnjr death. Men frmn I'rench j (Inhina had Intimated conditions wlileli fled with the eineltles of the old con- flet hIiIjis. O roups of convicts lounged ahont or lay sick mid Incapacitated on the verandas., A l nlplit the h.irred Iron door of each dormitory Is locked, aid outside paces a ptiard. revolver In hand. Sometimes under cover of darkness the Inmates Kettle fends. Occasionally to establish leaders rival panes fight with cudpels. knives and even paving stones. Some dlsaMed. others dead, the most Indomltahte are reconciled and form n tyrannlcnl uecret society. Many n poor wretch dreads the nlpht hours, and one suspected of In- forming may he set upon by an en- raped pack. Occasionally murder Is committed In profound silence, nnd daylight duds a dead or dying convict ,n the passageway or entrance.- Questioning Is useless, and few guards will risk life In entering the barracks when smothered cries and cursings warn them of Internal strife. All the men I talked with were well disposed toward me, one In particular a tall, well educated man with a pair of dark illumed glasses and large eyes fearfully strained through Inability to secure proper lenses. "You must not lose hope." I told n group n fid almost swallowed my own words. "Flope!" hurst out the rich, tremulous voice of the tall man. "Jt Is always the same: there Is no hope here." "No; no hope hero!" was the echoed murmur of his comrades. Charles Wellington Furlong in Harper's Magazine. con-vIcI- J When Your Blood is 4444 A Your Whole System is Right. If Yoii Have ! any Blood or Skin Disease Do Not Delay Until It Is too Late but Order TO-DA- Y m HtagsaBggas55?a THE HOT SF&XXTGS REMEDT A Complete and Positive Remedy for t O 4 4 And All Other Forms of Blood and Shin Diseases. Hot Springs Physicians Pronounce this the Greatest Blood and Skin Remedj Ever Placed on the Market. Filll Course o X Treatment,. Six Bottles, 518,00, Sinoles t X t 4 4 Bottles, $5,00 WE PREPARE A REMEDY FOR EVERY DISEASE. Our Treatment t O TiV T ' Mncrt.ee. tansa for Female Ills is the Greatest of Its Kind Ever Offered Suffering Women. All Correspondence Strictly Private. v , Write Us Your Troubles. THE E. W. SMITH CO, Incorporated. Owcnsboro, Kentucky The VARICO'SE Their VEINS. 2AJ L tmfetBrmsmFVfmtitmu m jsR'MkCMKiKmvm Uiizz IVXJi iAJLkJX JN. JiS S3 .. JTfiJN & ah LJUL 4 w . . Largest III Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. KuHiiture. Carpets, Ruga, Window Shades, Mattinpr, Lace CiWlh.ns, Stoves, Uanffcs and Refrigerators shown in large varfettea. ONK PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WAY, WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES." Everything ( ' o G O G & '" Mention The Republican Prompt Attention Given Hail Orders. Pay The Freight. We o o GOURIEK-JOURNA- L t AT HALF PH.0E DURING EasjzxEESBSssasmsEaissEiz 3335533B JANUARY '' FEBRUARY THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Causes and Effects and the Treatment They Require. A varicose vein Is ifu enlarged and twisted vein, generally In the leg. . It is caused by stagnation of the blood. Often the patient has a hereditary predisposition to varicose veins or he has a weak heart, with a consequent tendency to sluggish venous circulation. Anything "that interferes with the llow of blood through the veins may bring on an attack. Pressure from a tight gaiter and very severe muscular Peri exertion are- - often exciting eaus-'ossons who niv obliged to stand for several hours at n tline. like policemen, washerwomen and saleswomen, are often subject to this trouble. Under ordinary conditions the blond In the legs must run up Iilil constantly in order to ttrnt,i ,li 'lmnrf in tint ini nt llln-iwho stand most of the day the blood" has to work hard hour after hour In order to overcome the force of gravity, and as a n'smlt the veins gradually enlarge and harden. In mild cases of varicose veins, especially In young and otherwise bealtliy people, the symptoms are very slight. There is a feeling of weight In the leg and a dull ache toward the end of .the day. The ache Is soon relieved by the patient's resting with flic leg somewhat raked so that the blood can How back more ea.slly. Sometimes painful cramps complicate the trouble, nnd the cramp Is likely to return again and again until life becomes a burden. More serious complications are thrombosis (or the clotting of the blood in the vein) and phlebitis (or lutlamma-tio- n of a vein). Often a form of eczema appears in the skin of the leg, or mi ulcer may arise. When varicose veins are very troublesome surgical treatment is advisable, but the milder cases can tie much relieved by rest and yroper bandaging. Youth's Companion. . i 803 1- -2 On Raw Material Only. Our competitors acrcs3 the water arc on canal terms with ua on raw material, but that Is all. From tho ground up to delivery of cloth thdy have a U" adrantaso. Construction costs are not much mora than one-ha- lf country. as much as in this Why? Iii:auso the bricklayers over there- do not receive 70 cents an' hour and have a social secretary, financta.1 assistant and several helpers furnishTho carpenters are not ed tlipm. being jiaid i3 cents an hour and tho plumbers do not get 00 cents an hour with one, or two assistants for s workman. The foreign wag for mill construction is not one-hathat paid In America. Mill operatlioAmer tors arc paid about one-ha- lf lean wage, and boys and girls start in at 12 years of ago on half time for a year, and then work foV around $1.75 a week until 18 ycais of age- Fibre and Fabric. each-lirst-clf $$ Central Ave. HOT SPRINGS, ARK. 8a5Tcnirsi odo34 $& VWiJv--- -' . 4'l S- - ftWu For Frost Bitosand Cliapea Skin. From l!io tauaCMiea cf tho S:to time The only cocipicto coilcettcn in cxl.i ttcca . ricturci of all PiwMcsts of e Urlted Statc-i- frcmV very I'lrr.i of a.l Natior.3tn colors, i he to 1t..toTnj,iatliocdB.Con-ErMi!or.al Cou latest Kentucky Ma? dlstrlrta, etc. LE'.i:t WiictotcniiB. I'tUmil sTuitedfe-i-es. cotnpletemaprfJ ciyen tl c political woilJ. latliaibscorital Ke:.tuctv Btatisticafrom triafouaditioa ul thR State to ithc present time. Department. All It lacluiei-A- U State OliicUU". Departments of tho State !ovcrnmcnt with teI:eadJ,?I?"i Department and the i ce with their salaries. Kentucky lloanla u.id C juita v. ita their naH with officers and I'jlit'esl Coairalttwa and Orsar.lsatlons of tho ealirle Wib-or- FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors o tLo prettpt f mm PIP cle-lp- 4M : : t Has made n special arrangement whereby the can be furnished one year Daily Courier-Journlor $o.00. six months $.1.75, by mail (Sunday not included) to all persons who will give their orders to ua during the months named above. Better al Varlet and Valet. "Wo have only ourselves, or, rather, our forefathers, to blame for the trouble about the pronunciation of valet," " says the London Chronicle. "If they had stuck to 'varlet' theroVould have been no dllllculty. 'Valet' and 'varlet' are the same word, meaning originally Just a boy, the diminutive of 'vassal,' n man. Unfortunately when our ancestors applied a word meaning a boy to signify a srivunt they went on to make It bear a woriiful sense. And so 'varlet' degenerated hopelessly. Just us did 'knave.' which is simply ttio German 'knube,' boy." Indisputable) Evidence. For frost bitten cars, fingers and toes'; chapped hands and lips, chilblains, cold sores, rod and rough skins, there is nothing to equal liucklen's Arnica Salve. Stops the pain at once and lice's quickly. In every homo there should bo a box handy all tho time. Uest remedy for all skin diseases, Itching eczema, tetter, piles, etc., 25c. All drugeists or by mall. II. 13. Bucklcn & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Kentucky Chief Ur.:te-Stace.s Kmatort. Stnte. . lin-.urkj- Tuatfc-sSpea" of Ovo KtntU' ky HoBse. Cony jewKAiU tri.-ts- . JWlrmd CcumIss1on n. fccnatorial Di (Jountici c: leitucy, wn-.- n iiaciu onu iruiu AH of tho Vital 2taUtlc cf Kentuckj. udiu MM KSra A K'SS iPJ $m&8 to all Evcmns Post subscribers. If not now a subscriber, send $3.00 fpr a full year's subscription, or $2.00 for a bis months' subscription1 by mail. tlieie rtM Pleua undai-.tnnJ. Thw unique anl vr.tu.ible Atla3 h free by mall only, aad not throuuli carrier or sont. OUR SPECIAL " C0HBINATI0N OFFER: DUr Ereatm Poit, one year . Kentucky GdTernor't Wall Chart ' Reduced. Hartford Republican, 1 yr ALL THREE FOR - - - $3.00 51.30 ?1.00r $3.50 1 &? .V.'WWalBBH Somo of tho pretty summer things tho girls have put awoy aro so filmy that tho moths thl3 winter will have to go on a Jiunger strike. Youngs-tow- n Telegram. Who wanTs to tako salts, or castor oil, when there is nothing better than Dr. King's New Ufo Pill's for all bowel troubles. They act gently and iW ' 1. vSvfifeaaj V Wi w iihwim-mii- &iA uSrJsSa " '" " An Ideal Woman's Laxative. still, you can have the Daily Courier-Journa- l THIS PAPER one year each and For Only $3.75. After February 28, 19M, the price of the Daily Courier-Journalone is $0.00 a year. Take of this special Bargain Oiler at once and REDUCE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. al ad-vanta- ge "Say, father," said littio Fred, "did you ever have dnotber wlfo besides mother?" "Why, certaiuly not," said the father'. "IIow do you happen to aak such a Question, my boy?" "Well, father." continued the boy, "I saw hi the family Illlilo that you mar-rle- d Anne Domini, 1802, and I know that wasn't mother, for hir namo was Mary Parsons when he wns. a girl." Chicago Itecord-HeralNot Too Pushing. "Madam, 1 must congratulate you ou having such a pushing youug fellow fur a husband." "Yes; George does very well with the luwn mower, but 1 have n time with him about the baby carriage." Baltimore American. natura'ly on tho stomach and liver, stimulate and regulate your bowels and tono up tho entire system. Price, 23c. At all Druggists. H. K. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Slow but Sure. WHY NOT MARE S20fl.oe A MONTH -Day That's l m S50.00 a Week, almost $10. well-to-d- o a To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent Us, Not to the Courier-Journa- l. ' ...; Eating and Talking. We nil eat too much, nnd It is tittle FOR FLETCHER'S wonder there Is so much to eat, And wo nil talk too much, because there Is no mucti to talk about. New Orleans that deGrlgsby's Picayune. licious liver syrup, has displaced calomel in nearly every home. Good U Is educated who Is master of him- and children alike. Ask for grown-up- s lelf and of tils Jak, -- Pea body., lD2y i II. Williams, Hartford, Ky. J. oue. SaleH'uen declare our proposition one of though ehq Jialts, eoldom inouey.maklnK opiiprtuul-tie- s the best, clean-cu- t n4t'A,aiJ ever received. Without previous expert falls to catch Ihq man alio Jiursues. enra YOU can duplicate the cucveis ofothcrH. calnlotf Our hanrfcoinely Illustrated Horaco. will enable you to present tho subject to cui- But keeping him, is, another story. tomcrs in as iiiiereiiing uiaiiurr ua wougu Hr av ' you were pIlotlnK them through our factory. Ilea apixdmt-- its The Office B,oy. deny. Why Impoetdble for prospt-ctlvcustomer to talking points which it Is Did you know that Calomel is convliictiic be the urst to appiy irom your viciutir ueiuro nouvouu tun ueio vuv Kimuri don t TOU Mercury, and that Its mtrcurlous ef- We can favor ouly one saleiman out of each locality. TheMtta anniversary of onr company was celebrated by fects will "ruin tho system, whllo orretlnt; the most siodea h(j Is purely veg Grlesby's fsctory lntthfli.W(Qtld., WI1e nun wlo recelfo'1 our etable, and can bo used with per tipeelnl selliiiK indjtrinirit. i lo rvudereilltuecesuryto. Ask J. II. WMiams, fect safety? our output. Wo o n lD2y Hartford, Ky. thousand ot d'n'. i , in, ': but to leara all parll- -j j . It to uiuruhunts, doctor, lawyers, dentists and reallMHhe rued fnrmers.allol whomeay 1 1 tpovrn of n w tc, but do not know how BelllnR Vtetor Safeg and flro-nro- boxes Is Justus o ax akc . ,.i(-in- Children Cry a, vriil coivt you only, pcital card. t , .,.r. ' CASTORIA AskfrCd!ojTih'I. TBEVI8TJBSAFE b.Mik 1 ur Nv Hams. C3oltv 0,000 Sates Annually. I IE if! 4. f if: i 1 :f (I F' Ji .r. I P I, soon " bo dono for, what was It bo-gto this Institution, to our mind. They HAS NOT MADE for. hnvq an Iron clad role, where they tako a child from a w.ront, who may Road Meetings. Rotand awordlti; to law at til rnlofflc not bo ablo to caro for It, that tho LIVING ANY CHEAPER rtord, Ky., an mail matter ot the cond child Is never moro to sec or hoar Tho Fiscal Court of Ohio county, elaM, of that parent or Its people. If this Ky and County lload Engineer desire to meet all tho taxpayers of the Proprietor is not a perpetuation of barbarity, But Free-Trad- e C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Has Cut Froiitsof county for the purpose of discussing wo should like to have an example. ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor come to have Besides, Instances the building and maintenance of Added to Proflight which show that sometimes Americans and public roads, at the following times to all communications Address at least, these children arc placed and places: its of Foreigners. The Hartford Republican. In homes whore their moral sur9 February 9th Cool Springs, roundings were worse than any from to 11 a. ni, Hopewell, 1 to 3 p. in. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS which they could have been (taken. Hockport, 7:30 p. m. nent to n tif w Lower cost of living hoh? aticrlln limiting th If wo could have our way the legisFebruary 10th Equality, 9 to 11 In muting the iimm moat Rive the old nddtwa Wasn't Tariff reduction to lower a. in. Ceiitertown, 2 ji. in. lature would not npproprlato a dolraqnrat. February 11th Iluford, 9. to 11 Cuelneos I.ncnln nnil NntlM We per line nnd 5c lar for this Home Society (?) and tho cost of living? would tako steps to recover the rtrllnefor, ench uddltlonnl Insertion. Beef moat has gone up C tolf, per a. in. Bell's Run, 1 to 3 p. in. Ralph Curd of Think 5c llpsolntlotn and Oldtnnrli-ethousands already given It. 7 p. m. cent., yet they don't iay as much ns schoolhousc, 4r line, money In ndvnni-e- . February 12th Dcanfleld, 9 to 11 freo, lint other was General Oknrch Notices for eervlcee before for Btecrs. THE TOBACCO SITUATION. a. m. IlcrLcrit, 1 to 3 p. m. Fords-vlll4birch ndrertleenienti", 5c per line. an extension of the factory will receive no h 20, 1912, aaonjinoas communications September 7 p. m. For tho past two years Ohio county Attention. directors at February 13th Dundee, 9 to 11 to the brought In Chicago $S.10 to tobacco growers have been especial- cattlo a. m. Cnno Run church, 7. p. ni. ly unfortunate, not only because of 111.00 po hundred pounds that he had left an estimate sheet TELCPHOITES. February 11th Renfrow, J) to 11 LS3 too much rain and too little rain, but Cum'coilaad In September, 1913, they brought called up in his desk at the factory. a. in. Cromwell, 2 p. in. in orglnlzatjon because of our Ilnc-u- p I'oimen' $7.10 to $9.30 per hundred. Sonio of tho members of the Fisthe factory on the Bell Distance Tele- year the tobacco buyers seemThis means that tho beef merchant cal Cour and County JudRc and ingly refused to buy tho crop in Ohio FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. His assistant read the figures to d County Road Engineer wljl attend Ehone. county as a punishment for the loy- bought of the beef raiser a the were able to steer for $23,SU less than one all of these meetings nnd be In n growers had shown for alty which our Farmers; ralso more corn, moro many years to orfflnization. This year aso. Yet consumers arc charg- position to explain the financial conwithout delay. cattle, more grass, more hogs, more year when the consolidated system ,was ed more for their beefsteak than in dition of tho county and probabio delays are avoided by the use anything but tobacco. That Is the only offered, our people went Into It al- 1912. amount of funds on hand with . opprescure way to keep from being j of the Bell Telephone. Tho Tariff has been reduced from which to work the roads and will bo most solidly, not as we understand to sed by the tobacco trust. 15 cents per bushel on oats to G cts. assisted by .Messrs. .T. F. Grimes fight tho Socloty of Equity, but in per bushel. and R. II. Recce, of tho State Road , When you telephone smile $100,000 mansion an effort to bring together all the Governor's That And when Canada takes off the Engineer's office, together with othwas opened Tuesday night with a different organizations which liad been duty on oats which it imports er speakers who arc experienced and ball, and it Is said .the aged ruler used by the tobacco trust heretofore oats will come in hero free. competent road men. as a club with which to kill out the of Kentucky ambled over the floors FIvq hundred thousand bushels of reaIt is tho earnest desire of all contwo year old, seemingly un- orglnlzation Itself. For some like a son the Green River Growers which Canadian oats have already appear- cerned that ccry taxpayer In reach mindful of the $2,500,000 State debt. ed In Chicago, having paid tho 6 of any of the above meeting places Nerp also fiddled while Rome burned. many bcllove, whether Justly or not, bo present, rain or shine. Conic, to bo simple and adjunct to tho to- cents duty. INCORPORATED. Tho American farmer must there- let's talk matters over, and find out County Judge Wilson and Road En- bacco trust, refused to go Into any 119 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. very and do that which Is best for tho gineer T. H. Benton should have the agreement whereby the entire crop fore, expect u less price for oats soon. common good of all the icoplc. support of could be sold at ono time. This JWfarty and enthusiastic Already wheat has gono down In There will also bo a final meeting was followed by a remcounty In Uiclr every citizen n .the of price. All other grains will fall in at the court houso la Hartford on ffforjs to detcrmino tho best way nant of tho American Society Monday, February ICth, to which to Improve our system of road work-in- s. Equity in sonio of the counties. Now, price. Meanwhile the consumer pays as all aro Invjted and urged to attend. Do not remain away from your these two orginizations have sold acT. H. BENTON, meeting and then put in tho next cording to newspaper reports, deliv- much as ever for flour. Butter and uhecso producers are County Road Engineer. few months "cussing" the bad roads eries are to begin next Monday. They (the Tobacco JNO. B. WILSON, and the failure to improve them. If claim to control about twelve million brought into competition with maCounty Judge. 2Stl. brings big profits you have a suggestion to make, now pounds of tobacco, although we arc Canadian producer, but without is the time and your district meet- quite sure from all the Information terial benefit to the butter and cheese on an investment in we can obtain they do not control eater. Proposals for Bridge Lumber. ing is the place to make it. fertilizer containing enough ono third this amount. The report Dealers in all tho productions will In compliance with an order of Tho present Legislature is mak- of the meeting of the Society of Equity keep the prices to the consumer at tho Ohio County Fiscal Court, 1 will ing a bold show for economy as far in McLean county .was that it was the very top, as It now seems. receive scaled bjds from now until The administration is brought face February 1C, 1914, os the charitable institutions of the attended by only thirteen persons for furnishing The right fertiliser meant more to Quality In lobarca by one to face with the fact that the TarState are concerned, but It lost its and that the sale was defeated than in any other crop. all bridge and culvert timbers to he reputation with us when it passed majority. The truth Is tho great bulk iff does not make lifts necessaries used in each of tho voting precincts Ten per cent Potath in the form ol Sulfate make tho tobacco fcmlhcr richt. It put into lh leaf that finer ,a Joint resolution providing for the of tobacco in McLean, Daviess, Han- dear. aroma, better texture and araoolher burning quality of Ohio county, Kentucky, for tho that brine top prices. following extra help, which was not cock and Ohio is controlled by the grabbed year of 1914. Said lumber to be Until trado monopolies . bae of Sulfate ol Iotaih increase lb E?crr n. consolidated provided for In tho constitution; organization, and Ihe tho necessaries of life the law af supPotash total in a ton of fertiliser S per cent. furnished of either whitooak, black-oaWe sell Potash in any amount from a 2001b. bae up. with ply and demand absolutely governJ&$ House Four guards to assist the Other orsinlzatlons should act redoak or chestnut ,and ot such Write for pricei and formulas, for Potash Pars. Doorkeeper at $3 a day each; guard this one, and it is a crime for them ed the prices of what wo eat. Tho dimensions as may be required for GERMAN KALI WORKS. Inc. lor gallery, $3; stenographer to Chief to push what tobacco they liaye on middleman has become and Is the each separate bridge or culvert, nnd 43 Broadway. N.w York Clilc.t., MeC.rnlck BlMt IuudiI, But Trill Slicv to the market and thus feed the trust carbuncle which is sapping the vi- to be delivered on tho ground and Clerk, $G; three stenographers K.w Orloai, Whlta.y Casual But Bid. Iia rraaclic, JO C.Uforal it. AtluU. Baplnlltf. members, ?5 each; bill clerk, $1; two and furnish It with a club to ruin tality ot civilization, as this paper at such points and In such quantimall clerks, $4 each; five messeng- their brother growers who hae not has said time and again. ties in each of said precincts as may pooled with them. The time has ers, $2.5' each; messenger for Democrats said that the monopoly bo required for said use, under my $4; two assistant bill clerk's, ? come when this whole matter must was tho directed result of tho Tar- drlcctlon, and I hereby reserve the each; assistant to Enrolling Clcrl-- , bo settled In some way. It cannot go iff. Now, we shall see If th,e mo right to reject any or all bus that lown ami Arnold public road, viz: . $5; total $102.30. on under exlstinc conditions, with- - nopolist drops away after Tailff rc- HeKinninK near the Ilalzetown aro not satisfactory to myself and consequences. It may ' auction, i,le. Senate Two assistant door- - uto serious i,W the Fiscal Court of Ohio county, Ky. school house in tho 1'alzotown and keepers, $3 tichi copylut to Unroll- - seem a difficult thing to do, but the oE Republicans say that tho monop- - Bids to be enclosed In an cnvclpoo Renfrow public road; thence r3aal two stenographers, best solution to the tobacco iiroblem oply lias no relation to the Tariff; and marked "Sealed lild" with no over the lauds of W. II. UaUo ItUoiil Ing clerk, $3; clerk, $2; two messengers, $2.50 each; would bo for the farmers not to and we aro about to sco which la othcr namc 0 thcn)i ths envcio,)0 j 10 yards Jo thq lands of At. J. Em cloakroom keeper, ?3; read-- 1 Hgato themselves to hold for a sell right about tills business. to be enclosed In another which may bry; thence In tho Kanio direction ov ... . ....... -ing clerk, $3$3; two stenographers, ing price, or raise only a certain num wan unui uic new law wis unio i be stamped and addressed to T. H. er tho lftluls of M. J. Embry nbout 35 each; stenographer to President, her of acres, but to sign a binding to act" sajs a Democratic paper, Bonton Countty Hoad Engineer, 1,000 yards to tho lands of Xewton obligation and make It as near un- "and then you'll see tho eats coiiio'airtf0ni Embry; thence In tho sauio direction "13; stenographers to clerks, $3; j.. over tho lands of said Newton Emanimous as possible, never to raise uown. to President. $3; total $01. This January 1.1, 1011. bry about 400 yards to tho Arnold A total of $1G3.00 per day or about another pound of tobacco. This will Well, we'ro waiting. 2Stl. T. II. HKNTOX, and Ilalzctown public road near the $15,000 for tho session. It is admitsolve tho problem and solve it good Meautlmo , wo aro seeing "the Icots' Itoad Engineer Ohio County. dwelling house of Xowton Embry. ted that the stato Is now in debt and strong for all time. Our ieo o higher. will Said change, if established, more than $2,500,000 and tho debt is pie become worked up over the In- President Wllfcon, however, Bay To The Ohio County Conrt and mako a much better road tluui where Increasing at a rapid rate. Looks 'o justice practiced toward them to that Tariff reduction will have but The Judge Thereof: samo is at protcnt located and will us, down here in tho sticks, like such an extent that it is positively dlttlo effect on prices of things to they might have gotten along with- detrimental to our good citizenship. eat. Wo the undersigned citizens and cnabV) a large number of people, Into reach Ho has just reduced tho Tariff to out the extra help 1u vlow of this On last Tuesday we saw a great of Ohio County, Ken- cluding your petitioners, meeting in the Courthouse at Hart- cut tho profits of somebody. indebtedness. tucky, respectfully ask and petition tho post office, church and mill much and feed your horso will do moro So tho dear people arc not io bo your Honorable Court to establish moro conveniently than at present. ford composed of tho very bono and sinew of the farmers of Ohio county. benefited after all. Well, If It la bo tho following cjiango in the Baizc- THE HOME SOCIETY. Witness our signatures, this IS, work and do It moro willingly. It Is poor policy .to glvo a horso poor day of December, ltlia. Ail orphan's homo and an "orph- They realized, many of them, tho feed and then expect him to do Rool very necessities of life for their M. J. E.MBKY, ans home sociotv" are two vcrv work. The kind of hay, fqed and NEWTON E.MUIIV, different institutions. Tho former iBSfamlI,eB "eielcd upon a settlement grain wo soil puts niusclo on tho T. P. JAMES, .a place where children who are be- of tho tobacco question. It Is no easy horse. OIvo hjm enough of It and W. C. DAUGHEUTV, reft of parents or friends Jo care for wonder they were nervous and hq'U do twice ns much and look twico W. 11. 11A1ZE. them, are raised and educated. The excited. Is It worth while to engage By T. H. Benton, County lload ns well. Why not start jtho improvelatter Is an organization whleh pre- in an occupation about which clusment today. Engineer. tends to find homes for such children ters so much injustice, so much toll and to furnish Jobs for people, at and so much strife In order to realCV'V'Jt' ?Ti high salaries, who cannot do any- ize a mero pittance as a reward? Lot Habitual Constipation and all liver troubles can be cured by using thing else and who uso tho State's us drive It from our country, ralso Tho Produce Men halt money with which to lobby through more corij, hogs, Brass, cattle, etc., Grlgsby's Ask J. II. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY and let tho trust look qlsowhero for Williams, Hartford, Ky. Increased appropriations. The editor lD.2y of iWs paper began warning our peo- victims. ple against tho Kentucky Orphans' Wonderful Cough Remedy. Homo Society .three years ago. A Not Right Kind of Filling. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Dr. King's New Discovery Is known V?-''bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW-r representative camo to Hartford for Tho follwolns from the Cynthiana cverywhero as tho remedy which will years and secured from fifty to ono Democrat is so good that wo repro surely stop a cough or cold. D. P. 'Jwadrcd dollars from tho Fiscal duce it. Court. Ho would beg and secure a -Lawson of Eldson, Tenn., writes; OFIf the country newspapers printed X ttft from e.very Sunday school in of tho stuff sent by the "Dr. KinR's Now Discovery Is tho Wy9SHaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi town, besides hundreds cf dollars agricultural station ,tlio Horticultural jSbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB most wonderful cough, cojd aud from individuals. All of this tinio society, the Humane societies, tho Y. throat and lung medicine I over sold they werc receiving from tho JI. C. A., the Sunday school convenIn my store. It can't bebeat. It soils State enough aid to find two homes tions, the state agricultural dejxirt-men- t, without any trouble at all. It needs lor every child they placed. While toy tho suffragettes, the Antlealoon no guarantee." This is truo, because the superln tendon t was being paid league, thq state fair, tho Antituber Dr. icing's New Discovery will reIRER BARNETT ' Moro culosis association, tho prison com ft alary of $5,000 icr year. lievo the most obstinate of coughs than twice as much as wo pay to tho missioners, tho Panama exposition, '"bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV' Agent and colds. Lung troubles quickly superintendents of our asylums. A tho American Medical association, the helped by its use. You shonjd keep fear days ago whon Mr. Bingham, Antjwhlto Slavers, tho Antlpoisoned a bottle lu tho house at oil times for who has sonio connection .with this Needle Squad, tho candidate for UnitILERS' GROCERY or all tho members ot the family. COc. ijurtJtutlon, was before a legslatlivc ed States senator, the United States and $1.00. All Druggists or by mail. probe committee, at Frankfort, ho Geographical survey and scores ot REPUBLICAN OFFICE:: H. E. Jlucklcu & Co., Philadelphia was asked if he didn't think this other "causes" that seek freo advero or St. Louis. o alary out of projiortlon to that jiaid tising space, tliero would not be room other persons holding similar po- enough left to comment on the state Mail Orders Givei to-ap- t Moving picture shows every Fri sitions in tho pay of thq Stato. Ho of tho weather or call attention to day and Saturday nights at Dr. Beans replied that this salary was not paid tho new paint on sl 1'erklns' old barn Aiicauign. opera house. New songs and new out of Stato funds but from thereby depriving tho city papers of pictures. Admission 10c. funds. In other words it is source of humor. Yet p14 put of tho money bogged from their chief J. C. 1LER thero are kindly hearted people who MISS CORA LEE SMITH jpaer Sunday schools all over Ken I ALLISON BARNETT actually think an editor Js glad to tucky. What a ehaino! Who will lecture at College Hall next Friday night under auspices FIR FLETCHER'S TAverp ara plAer Berl.Qiis objections I get something tq "till, up on." of the Hartford Ladies Literary Club , Hdrtford Republican. ttT Got Missing Figures THE Manager for company's presenting Detroit. He found He Long c, top-notc- .l 1,100-poun- directors act Annoying Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company LCaO rkJzsCl im POTASH 200-lb- k, SjK-aU-e- S On a Foundation I Good Hay cr , free-holde- rs 4 T -- iVRHHbbbbB W. E. ELLIS I MAGAZINES one-four- th Hf iJ X " ALL KINDS Or-ctere- cJ k t cd ... Children Cry K. a- - CASTORIA 'J? V a V fc )J V "H v . In tho caso of Ulysses S. Grant l. s. gar at 210bs. for $1.00 cash, or and Simon Bolivar Buckner, winner for ?4.f,0 cash. and loser incot onco moro In a now LIKENS & ACTON. relation. Buckner, now dead at Tho Wllkcrson Hoslaurant Ifl new was Grant's friend nt West ly furnished throughout nnd tio best Point In youth, his companion In tho to bo had lit tho market to' cat Is nt old army, his enemy in Our the. Civil is your command day or night, at rcas- -' War, and again his friend In peace. for and onablo prices. ullckner was born In 162.1, ono year LOST Soinowhcro onthe streets of later than Grant. Ho graduated In why is Hartford u Uold Watch fob. Samo 1814, again ono year later than Grant. we offer unusual and is esIn bell shapo and of gold. Finder Youiib officers in tho Mexican war, i. so now, as we full of extraplcaso return to mo or Republican they both gained distinction, nnd !; Drink the best. Tho delightful refreshing qualitua office;. Howard. they met as foes fourteen jcars later I'KHRY .MAIISU. Read below: ;; of Ka-Ko- a has placed it in the front rank in the soft firyant Stock Co., at Donelson, where, abandoned by Tho BUly Ka-Ko- a ljis superiors, FJoyd and Pillow, ',', drink world. is made for people who appre- - T which was to haVo held forth at Dr. Buckner was born In 1S23, one year : : cirite quality. A blend Dean's Opera llouso oil of this of twenty-thre- e of the choicest Granite Buckets week, has been postponed till week stances to make an "unconditional j. rttnt ifi rtla . .1 Ua n. i uuo nunu limb yu aio inuKe a soic nnnx. after noxt. They arc at Henderson surrender," against which he pro- - ( ....vi,..,o i., l. Galvanized Pails : week and will ploy nt Mndlson-vlll- e flcstcd in vehement language. Don't accept a substitute, get the genuine. Sold at all this Thin capitulation gavo Grant fame. . next week, coming to Hartford l. Tin Pail sole drink stands. Carbonated in bottles 5c. Bottled 1 It humiliated Buckner and made him tho week following. a prsoner. As was tho custom at that ;; locally by 1UC 2fc Whitewash Brushes .Mr. W. J. bean, Mrs. .Maggie Griffin and Mrs. C. M. Harnett went to time, Buckner was exchanged and I; IOC Steak Pounders PRTPDRD BOTTLING WORKS, - Hartford Ka. Sebrco Tuesday to Inspect tho build- resumed his command, becoming eving of tho M. K. (JhurcliT South, at entually a lieutenant general, serv- v HandBells that place for tho Building Com- ing as such during further jcars of mittee of Hartford church. They are hard fighting. Grant went'on to Shi- Corn Poppers Chattanooga, the well pleased with tho plans tthero Ioh, Vlckesburg, Wilderness, Appomattox, tho presi Good Hatchets and think they would be ideal here. dency and undying glory. Buckner, In . JUST A. D. Taylor & SonwIU bIiow tho 12-q- t. Louisiana, In 1SC5, surrendered and Dishpnn Star of Bethlehem next Saturday went homo THERE IS OMET flrAT ONCE to night In Beaver Dam. Will nlso glvo become Governor, Kentucky, first to 1UC PRETTY SPARKLING to be respected by Granite Wash pan MORE tho name si tow at Dr. 1! can's Opera his fellow-me- n In sections once hosPICKING LEFT IN OUR House, Hartford, next Monday night. 1UL Steel Frypan tile, to renew his cordial relations Our people know that Taylor's show with, SPLENDID his conqueror, who in his trilUC 25c Granite Dipper Is always tho best and this js one umph proved a friend Indeed, and to AND "WE HAVE JUST of his big efforts. Don't miss It. llvo to a great old age, almost tho Big Glassware Assoitment lUC Admission 10 c and 15c. MADE A FEW last of his tlmo. J. C. Her and Allison Harnett have 1UC History has no parallel to the scene China Cup and Saucer , SPARKS FLY OUT taken ever the Magazine Agoncy for- enacted at Mount McGregor, in this THE PRICE. lUC merly worked In this locality by Mr. State, twenty-nln- o Good Quality Scissors years ago, when CHANCE J. Ney Foster and will push tho busi Grant, voiceless and dying, received lUC Pocket Knives ness here. Information as to tho In affectionate embrace Buckner, al prices, otc will bo gladly furnished ways the friend; JJuckner, always the 1UC Rolling Pins on request. This Is the only asency patriot; Ducluicr, alwajs the true In Hartford. Mall orders treated American, In spite of conflicting promptly. Hers Grocery or Republi- principles. Jancan office. only a few above From that sad height In 1885, when By special arrangement wo are en- both winner and 'loser wero revealed Many we abled to offer the Woman' World, as victors in tho realm morally as wise is "A Home Life, Green's Fruit Grower great as any that eer hung upon the BUY NOW. Buy from us, and IT and Farm Life, four splendid month- Issue of battle, a message of peace ly magazines, together with one and brotherhood went forth to AmPAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT years subscription to The Republic- ericans that will endure for the SAVES YOU MONEY. an, for $1.25. This holds good for ages. New York World. -I ni M nmmts r r r pld subscriptions, or J cither renewals, FXk j to hew subscribers. You cannot af Worms The Cause of Your Child's Pain. tf. ford to miss this bargain. A foul, disagreeable breath, dark Tjie ' following persons have con tributed to the prosperity of Tho Re circles around the eyes, at times fevpublican since our last Issue: W. erish, with great thirst; cheeks flushH. Wattcrson, Roslne; E. H. Neigh- ed and then pale, abdomen swollen A PENNY 5AVED A PENNY MADE. bors, Olaton No. 1; E. S. Howard, with sharp cramplns pains aro all IF YOU COME IN TO oURc .STORE, WE Beaver Dam; J. H. Leach, Logans-por- t; Indications of worms. Don't let your KIckapoo suffer Worm U. Bowcn, Beaver Dam No. child H. KNOW THERE ARE PENNY SAV-E- RJ will elve sure relief- -It 2; Isaac Foster, Owensboro; J. D. Killer klls tho worms while Its laxaHill, Simmons; R. W. King, Ft. Tow-soPENNIE-FOR YOU. MAKE Okja.; J. E. Foglo and S. T. tive effect add greatly to tho health Mssrs. Jesseo Johnston and R. C. of your child by removlns the danWedding"; Oaton, calllllcd to see us Barneit, Hartford. DoLLAR-S- . YOU CAN .SAVE DOgerous and disagreeable effect of while In town Tuesday. Miss Cora, Smith Is something moro worms and parasites 23. FRIDAY, JANUAItY from the sys LLARS BY DEALING-WI- TH U S, BEMrs. Thorasbcrry, of Owonsboro, Is than an Elocutionist. She Is a Ph. tem. KIckapoo Worm killer as a tho guest of her son and daughter, B. graduate of tho University of Chi- health producer should be In every CAUSE WE HAVE MADE THE LOWM. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Fanght. cago, and has devoted herself to tjie household. Perfectly safe. Buy a serjous study of Literature t she box EST POSSIBLE PRICE ON OUR 6ooD at Hartford, Ky. Rov. Thompson, of Owonsboro, de Price 25c. All Druggists not only can impresonate a charac or by mall. KIckapoo Indian Med. Monday livered two oxeellent sermons SunL. St N. time card effective GOOD.S. WHY NOT? WE ARE HERE tcr and act a part, but can also In- Co., Phlladcelphla or St. Louis. day morning and Saturday evening. Aug. 2 1st. terpret literature. She Is a cultivat you are engaged to Tom?" "So No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. AttornoJP.CIonn & Slininenuan and ed and charming lady, woll equipped "Yes." dally except Sunday. Dr. J. R. rirtlo lmvo installed a Joint for carrying out her hlsh Ideals in ".My dear, I congratulate you. Tom No. Ill North Bound due 2:20 p. m. steam heating plant for their ofher chosen field of literary interpre- Is tho nicest fiance I ever had." dally except Sunday. fices. R. S. HYER, LL. D. tation. No. 115 South bound duo 8:45 a. in. President, Southwestern University. Notice. Mr. Nelson II. Enibry, Cromwell, Sunday. dally except Miss Smith will appear at College Is very low of cancer of the Btonmch Hereafter, this paper will chargo 113 South Bound duo 1:4C p. m. .No. nnd Is not expected ,to survve many Hall Friday night, Jan. 30. 5 cents per line for all obituaries, dally except Sunday. hours. D cents per lino for H. E. MISCHKE, Agt, Friday- - and Saturday Prices at In advance, and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bard well, of all church notices except for church Her s Grocery Cash Only. Taylor Mines, wero tho guests of Mr. services, and also for cards of thanks, Mrs. Stultz left Tuesday for bag Granulated Sugar.. $1.G0 hi adopting this rule wo aro only and Mrs. It. E. Leq Slnuneiinan 100-l- b 1 bag Northern Potatoes by tho Tuesday. following tho samo plan of every oth$1.10 er local paper In Kentucky. bag, per bushel INCORPORATED, Dundee, was Jiero by Mr. FcFee, Esq. W. 3. IXun, The solo rendered s. $1.00 Granulated Sugar or KnoxUlle, Tcnn., at thp Methoon business, Tuesday. Try Quit Calomel; it is dangerous. 4c was enjoyed by 1 bag Navy Beans, per lb Grlgsby's that vegeMrs. Olllo Bamott Is tho guest of dist church service $1.50 Coffoe all present. table liver syrup guaranteed to prorelatives In Owonsboro. $6.00 1 Can Puro Hog Lard Tho Hartford Baptist church has 1 duce even better results than caloCan Vlssman Lard........ ,...$0.75 Mr. C. 1. Turner went to Louispastorate mel. It is absolutely harmless and called Rov. l'etty to tho 1 Box Clean Easy Soap..... .. $2.25 ville Saturday returning Monday. pledsant to take. Any child can take of Hartford church. No answer has $3.90 1 Box Ivory Soap. '.Miss Mary Rowo entertained tho yet boon given. It with safoty. Ask J. H. Williams, secured from tho secretary of tho lo rler at any pos office in such aca $3.25 1 Box Lennox Soap..' lD2y Rook Club Wednesday afternoon. Hartford, Ky. MJss Cora Leo Smith, tho gifted en 1 Case Peas, 2 doz..... cal examining board or the post ty. A rural ,lotter carrier attar a $1.75 Missionary Sociotv met with tertainer, will bo at College Hall Tor 1 Case Peas, 2 do. 15c sellers $2.50 U. S. Civil Service Examination master at any of tho places named year's satisfactory service may The tho Hartford Ladles Literary Club 1 Case Climax corn, t doz transferred to the position ot dark Mrs. John Bean Tuesday afternoon. $2.50 above, or from tho U. S. Civil Ser- or For Rural Carriers. carrier in a first or second rlliim Jan. 30th. Don't fall to jo. 10c Keg Soda ...,.......Mrs. J. T. Mooro 'and Mrs. W. D A Hartford, Ky., Horse .Branch, vice Commission, Washington, D. C. post office, to the posjttioa of rnJaC-w-ay When liT "town dcm't"fiill to call Will pay 25c dozen for"Egf's and aro visiting friends In Dundee. Mooro Ellglblos on registers established Ky., and Narrows, Ky- - for Ohio' Co., malL clerk, or. to pthec pcaatiaaa W. A. Wllkcrson Restaurant 15c per pound for butter on this sale. Mr. Jojucb Lyons, of .the City Res at 4ho prior to Maroh 1, 1912, can bo con in the classified service, subjfeot Saturday, February 14, 1914. (Rosenblatts old stand) noxt door to taurant, was In Loulsvle Sunday and The United States Civil Sen ice sidered for appointment only at the such examination as may ix: neqolmt Put Us to Shame. Bank of Hartford. Meals served at Monday. Commission 'announces an open com- office for which .they were examin by tha rules. all hours. Beet sugar Js produced In sixteen Mr. J. 11. B. Carson returned Suned. Sue)i ellglbles may be eiamlned petitive examination JOHN A. MclLHENNT PrcK. f birth, certificates Several hao of Iho great nations of tho world at the places named on the dateU and within one year from tho date of day from Corbln, Ky., where, lie visreabove, as been issued by local physicians re- In practically every country lying In ited relatives. sult of which It is expected to make tholr former examinations upon fil-- i cently, somq of which aro as follows: the north temperate zone, and In evDo not fall to bear Miss Com Loo Mr. and Mrs. Erton King, East Hart- ery ono of these countries Protec- cerilficatlon to fill a vancy in the ing applications showing tliat they Smith at College Hall on tho even- ford, 1Mb boy; .Mr. and Mrs. Joe tion is extended to this industry. position of rural carrier at Narrows, meet the requirements of the now examination, their old disability for ing of Jan. 30. Holland so adjusts Ky., and other vacancies as they Miller, West Hartford, elrl; .Mr. Even Frec'-Trad-o on rural routes at post offices their homo offices not ibelng Collins, who has been and Mrs. Myrtle Faught, girl. Air. U. T. her regulations governing the ret county, unless It In tithe above-name- d suffering from a broken, arm, is able Tho Olty Restaurant has been re- fining of sugar as to protect her Is found to be In 'tho. Interest of the Applications should be properly exagain. 'industry and nrako it unprofitto be out fitted and furnished with all modem home service to fill any vacancy by rein ecuted and filed with tho CommisM. A. FAUGHT. Mgr. J. C. Riley, cashier First Nation- equipment and we are prepared to able for refining tho cane sugar pro- statement, transfer, or promotion. Tho sion at Washington, As examination busia al Bank, was In Louis vjllo on servo you with anything from a duced by Dutch capital in Java, car papers aro shipped direct from ho Dutch colonial possession, and they uswi entrance salary ior rural an- Commission to the places of examness Wednesday. sandwich up to the most substanKY. It riers Is from $600 to $1,000 per are forced to find a inarket for If you desire a good clean square tial meal at reasonable prices. ination, it Is necessary thai applicanum. elsewhere. Germany furnishes an obJAMES H. LYONS, Prop. meal call at tho City Restaurant any Age, 18 to D5, on the date of the tions be received in ample 'tlmo to Factory Representation ject lesson to this country In the Hot lunches ttt 'tlmo, day or nUht. examination, The maximum age is arrange for the examination desired Send us "$1.25 and receive the HartProtection and encouragement" siren for High Grade all hours, persons honorably at the place lndclated by tbe appliford Republican one year and tho to waived Jn, her beet Industry, whereby Blje discharged cases of H. LYONS, Prop. JAMES Womans' World, Homo Life, Green's produces 2,500,000 tons annually, that from the United States cant. The Commission will therefore arrange to examine any applicant ( Pianos, Player There will bo a motion picture Fruit Grower and Farm Life, four puts the Congress of the United military or naval service. 'jut- - applicant must have bis ac- waose application is recoivcu in show at Dr. Bean's Opera House to- splccndld monthly, magazines, either States to shame'. Bay OJty (Midi.) morrow night. New --ee's and some- one of them worth tho price. If we National Farmer. tual ' domicile In iho (territory sup time to permit the shipment of .the and Organs plied by a lxwt otfJoe. In ithq county necessary papers. Admission only ten do not soon hear from you you will thing good. ' ", jtotice. ftiiv wlch tho examination is An eligible register for 'tlw po cent. Hartford Christian chuh lias em LATEST SHEET MUSIC sition of rural letter carrier Cor each The examination for common school Mr. W. A. WUkerBon Is again in tho ployed Elder H. B. Gwlmi as pastor (The' examination is open to all male county will be maintained. A person restaurant business. Ho Is in the old for no car. Ills services begin' diplomas wllj le .held on the Jthlr-UeWdteUiforCatalMiM of January at cHteeus of the United states wtio must bo examined In tfio county ju and thirty-firRosenblatt stand next door to the Feb. 1st. He will reside hero Jiavlng which the post office, that supplies Dank of Hartford. He is an exper- secured the residence formerly oc Hartford, Fprdsvlllo and Beaver Dam. caa, comply with the requirements. Mew. I his homo is situated. As a result Application Form 1341, and full All who are aiming to take this ienced man and can servo the public cupied by Mr. yt. H. Mooro, ou Un- I concerning the requlre- - of such examination he may become in a satisfactory manner. Give him ion street. Eldor Gwjnn now resides exanlnatlon, please take notice. V ! niwts of the examination, can be eliJble 1q appojutmea; as rural icar- -. OZNA.BHULTS, S. S. O. C. At Frankfort, Wo will start In Saturday mom-In- s noxt Belling best Granulated Su100-lb- Grant and Buckner. FAIRS' BASEMENT! i ,vvv4tsi t t nine-ty-on- e, Basement always an attractive place economical buyers there are many reasons January a month but bargains that it pecially have it ordinary values. .2-gn- 21-ga- 10c 10c .'.... 10c 10c -- ...11 1 l- ! ... ! lvC lvC 9 '. lC viP3Esn iv RESOLVED STOCK All? MORE OF ITSydun. The uary. mention. are cannot more values that sufficient." hint to the remember specials for if' f ;i1-J- m n, Hartford Republican. tP-da- y. to stay, and we don't expect" to do it by robbing our li. CARSON Si CO, Hartford, Kentucky s. - clvll-servl- oc-cu- r-' can-cole- d. li b i HARTFORD, IatyBiyiCiu Piiissl th st . ,Uii . Mi i! u ; II I1 h Ii"' Davenport, Warren count). county officers L. U. Tlch cnor, President; Henry Plrtlc, SecWith Hit Own Words He Doth Pro.Hta Gentle Rebuke to a Department r.it Wily Reechld Patha Fooled th retary; S. K. IJcnnott, Treasurer. I Lady and the Monarch. claim the Fact Quite Pat. Chief 8ubordlnatj. Wrkhcnd, COUNTY UOA11D OF EDUCATION Circuit Court T. P. . The traditional Hamlet of our stage A certain Countess of Londonderry President McKlnley'n xeninulotn loy- V. Judge; Ben li. Rlngo, Attorney; Henry Leach, Clialminn, Hnrtfon(u slty to his cabinet olllocru la tipolifi, of wanted to meet the Sultnn Miilimtul Is a lean, ascetic young person, an P. Mldkirr, Jailer; K. u. Unrrass, Ky. f as one of tils chiiriieterlstlc. It N wild II., to whom no Kurupoiin lady had Idealized, ethcroallzed. heroic creature Clerk; 13. K. UlrUhcad. Master Com1. L. D. Tlchonor, Hartford, It. F. heud.M of lifijn presented, hut Lord Ponsonby, evolved for the delectation of the matiUint lie never went over the missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. C. Ulack, Sheriff, Ills secretaries to consult it ti iiwlslnnt. the Itrlttsli nmbiissndor. refused to nee girl. He Is a horrid shnm. Is It and Dye- IJury T. II. 2. 10. C. Ilnrtford, Reynolds, Ky. ' Deputies S. O. Keown, Hartford. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. but held ouch to responsibility fur hi trille with precedent. I.mly London credible that such a man would hive ing fi, , Ucater Dam; U. P. Jones, Itoute I. II. L. Alford, White llun, Ky. Jerry (hen had a talk with Itesehhl lacked the determination, the purpose-fulnessiepartment. , V. Enrp, .". Klchard . to put his revenge Into open the TtirUMi minister for for- Ladies work given-specia-l 'llartfora; first C,Monday Hoslnc. Court Kentticky. Pluniuicr, Taylor MlnosT Of nil the events of his admlnlstra In February foments tioii probably none Was a source oi dim nlTiilis. The wily ltechld. deslr- - Hon pal upon the discovery? It Is all and continues three weeks; third ory well to argue about his mental more mtxiety to him than the decision Intr to do bis best for tier Imlysiup, I In April, weeks; Of the supremo court on tile status of made known to the sultan that a per balance. It was his sluggish liver Hats Cleaned and Monday In October two weeks. third Monday two the colonies. It was u matter of great son had arrived at Constantinople with that stayed him and hampeted h'ni. County Court 11. It. Wedding, Repaired. Hamlet's father was a fat and letharmoment whether the highest Judicial a wonderful collection of most valuJudge; V. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. 13. gic man by his own necount body should uphold the view of the able Jewelry for sale and ventured Hartford. Work called for and Smith, Attorney, Monday In Court SlpopliiK ttltliln lv orclmrd, com cues (list each administration that the constitution humbly to suggest that his Imperial My cii'tom always of tlio Afternoon, month. ftniictlontil the possesion of tolonls majesty might like to see the gems. Quarterly Court- - Henlns on the which were not grunted full represen- The sultan was Interested, and an In- - he says In his ghostly Interview. Attorney Club Law $1.00 February. May. fourth Mondnv in We may then look for sonic clew to tation. There Were conflicting runioni tcrvlew was arranged, but 'August and November. , as snon as he Is HAItTFOnD, KV. merely told Lady Londonderry that she Hamlet's character and forecasts of the color of the Court of Claims Convenes first and thee added to thu tension would be presented and that the sul- alone on the stage. What are his 'Tuesday In January and first Tuo?- - Will praotlco bin proXS3lou In Oilo felt at Washington. Shortly before tan, having heard of the fame of her words? Hartford Pressing Glilli, iday in October. and adjohilng comities. Coininordal the announcement of the lludliig of the Jewelry, had particularly requested Oh, that tills too, too solid flesh would I Other County Officers C. S. Mox- - and Crjtuiiial Pmctlw a Spothilty. incltt court n subordinate olllcer of one of that she would put it nil on when she ley, Survejor. Fonlslllc, Ky., It. CII'XTIIKI! JlLlHi.,CE.NTKIt ST. It Is a keynote tiat may not be the departments appeared at the Wlilre came. The gratllled lady did so. iF. I). No. :; Bernard Felix, Asses- 'sor, Iiartfonl, Ky., 11. F. D. No. 2; On her arrival at the palace lteschld flossed over as a beautiful thought, House at an unusual hour and insisted HARTFORD, KY. llie-irLeach, Suporluti-ndent- , llart- ujKUi seeing the president on the plea Pasha conducted Lady Londonderry ru the Mime Idea hursts out some lines loru; jjr. A. ll. Riley. Coroner, llart- of important business. Having been Into the presen o of the sultan. Her farther on, w here ho says of the world: ford. Law Thltmn rank nml Kros In nature admitted, he came at once to his er- dress glittered with diamonds, pearls, I It merely. Jl'STICLS' COURTS. turquoises and other precious stones. rand. HARTFORD, KY. Leslie Combs, Hartford,.. Tuesday Is It credible that such thoughts are Tekkel!" ("flood:") said the sultan "Mr. President, I have some good LIV-VER-LAX after 3rd .Monthly in March, Tucsilliy Mtjsrs. W. II. Ilanios iiunl C. Ii news for you. 1 have Jus.t learned au- as Lady Londonderry courtesled. "She theie for nny purpose save to guide after 3rd Monday in June, Tuesdaj us as to the nature of this prince? thoritatively that the decision of the has uiagultlreiit Jewels." after 3rd Monday In September, Tues- - Smith announce Uuit Ui.o' luivo form-- a supreme court Is to be In your favor." Iicsehhl (to the lady) His majesty They ervo it double purpose. Not day after 3rd Monday In December. pracpartnei'sltlji for tlio merely do we learn that Hamlet was He fairly glowed with tho Importance graciously bids you welcome. .mini ii, .uiies, uc"i;pori, tice of.U'v, excnqit ci'lmliKil nud dlwir Lady Londonderry bowed and ex- it fat man, hut also that he was an tin of his welcome message. Friday IaXT&V m!'n"cr Vrd. Monday in March, Friday oas, Mr. stnltli boliig County Attor-iw- y after 3rd Monday in June, "Thank you." said Mr. McKInloy pressed her thanks In French, the lan- happy fat man. Hamlet was a man to is pwventod froiu pracblclitg such whom his hull; .was an allllctlon. He after 3rd Monday In September, quietly. "That Is good news, nut guage used by Koclild. Friday after 3rd .Monday In De- ceases. Mr. Pu-ii-: wdll Individually lteschld (Interpreting) She says she was handicapped by It and knew that Jiave you informed your chief?" cember. aocejit sucli practloa OfXIc.s in "No, Mr. President. I thought you has other Jewelry, hut could not put he was. Some such Idea Is discernible O. L Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday In every .one of the great soliloquies. on nil. ought to be the Hrst to know it." after 3rd .Monday in March, Wed- Hartford llepubllcuu building, lLaxt.-forSultan Ask her what Is the price of He scorns himself for a sluggard: K, . I'm sorry for thnt. "Well. Mr. nesday after 3rd Monday In June, What Is n man Now, will you please do mo the favor that diamond necklace. Wednesday nfter 3rd Monday in Sepbis chief Rood and market of his time Fool right all the time. Don't lay oft tember, If lteschld His majesty inquires whethto go at once to jrour chief and give Wednesday aflei Sju Moii-ua- y 11b but to sleep and feed? lrom work lor (lays oy takmtr calomel In December. him the information so that ho nipy er this is your first visit to Constantiyou unhinged or not. Is oh- - when pleasant Liv- - Vcr-La- x keens I--I Ills mind, John II. .Miles, coniniujjicate it !o mof-Sl- las Jlarrl. nople? (cmm1 by fatness, and In the mad fur-- ' on your feet, while relicvingyourtroub-mol- l after 3rd Monday, lloclspurt. Friday pou in Ceniury. Is my first Lady r.ondoiiderry--Th- Is n March, Fr'cay Safer too, ami easy to take. Den't Attorney Law of emotions after he has slain 3rd visit, and I tun delighted. take anything else. You can't afford after 3rd Mbiiday In June, Friday Polonlus his thoughts run. Monday In September. FriHARTFORD, KY. "V- -. Eliminates poisons, cleanses ays- - after Resclild (to :nltan) She asks a milit SPINNING ASBESTOS .J e fat nil crcnturcs rise to fat u. and tern and relieves constipation. Anat- - day after 3rd Monday In December. lion of plasters. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. UI3AV1UN o fat ourselves for maBBOts. J. C. Jaol.son. Centortown. S;it- ura, rcmC(,y natural ;n t3 acom surc Sultan That is too much. tirday after 3rd .Monday In March, A Thread a Hundred Yards Long and " curuiui in results, ii Saturday This office Is equipped for hamf Itcsilild to Lnflj Londonderry) ins ' ro1(. n,u, pc.ni,r I1V0,.. iIlirslllJsl,0 jii u ca:i, iinubefore Liv Vcr-La- x after 3rd Momi.iv in imm. will won't bo long Onlv nn ftitni-- In Wolnlit. , .... ,-.- .. ... ,,.B..... .J ajcsly asks whether JQU. jiflrtfecii displace calomel in ever' Saturday after 3rd .Monday In Sep- - ling Commercial Law and Collection' lMi Kn When It leaves the cobbing "sheds fin- - tho mnsoues. if not. hn irr..i"oif ,t i! i ...i.. -- . . tember. s.iturd.iv ufter 3rd Mondii) Items as, well as other legal and litii.u.i.. i liestos is (.ent to the spinning mills In Arm,,,A'ltn this siaM'a offaf. ... with perfect safotv.: Every ImttlnVnim-- . " December. . gated mattera. I'mctleo in nil the ,. , . . i r tf '. bags containing about" 100 pounds. Jt OKt " "llt ll " Lady Londonderry .expressed her letliarcl' man anteeu. tyc una ijl in bottles. Noiu ' ,l- 2nd Monday cnirow, Tuesday ar- - courts. Prompt and vigorous aerUce. Via is then llrs,t carded by a machine thanks. .1 . In March. Tuesihiv ,.n ,.( in irenuinewithout tholikenessnndsir.nn. iter jmU in "iu. wotiKimu "ftor 2nd Monday In .Jay, Tuesday M. L. Ileairln'B Office. turc of L. K. GriKcby. Tor sale by" somewhat resembling the saw tooth Sultan What price does she put on gin seen in cotton mills. This machine that set of "' J.. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. ufter Ilrd Monday in August, Tues tuniuolsos? Who would f.inlnls btsii uay nucr Jn.i .Monday In November. the tangled, fibers, upon the lfe lteschld tto Lady Londonderry) Ills To grunt and sneut under a tt'c.?r' Thomas Sanders. Olaton, Wednes- BaSMsaBBZPaLiiiiEsnaEEarnrM w completlon'of which operation there oc- majesty says you would Does not the nhraso brim: to mind af t day after the second Monday in curs a final carding on n" regular cant- like to take a that perhaps garden. walk In the W March, Wcdnosdn after 2ml Moml.n once the picture of a fat man toiling nt S 3. k M, AM PREPARED ing machine. Leaving this curding maLady Londonderry In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monduv spressed her some loathed tnsk?-LonjSo R Express. .M fef HT3 chine the asbestos Is combed smoothly thanks '11 AtiRtist, We.IneiJ.iay nntlnld she wotiiMketOKCc fifter 2nd Mun- - m To do any kii.d of Vi tutor- "lmdtlfc fibers u::JaIlI :,:,.ralIel " ""; the Ini'iei-'..- ; uay in o.cjjoer. WON BY A DOLL. Grant Pollard, Fordsvllle. Tties'Iai g ry worh. Hurccs. imilrs diit) sultnn)-S- he form tuuss. says 400.000 lteschld (to 1 L janer 2nd .Momiaj in Mnnh, Thins n. C9W5 ro(ii rot The next Stvp is to tleat tills biawj j piasters. A Gift ThM Broit?ni tho Rebellious H4! 3 &, 1&&!zf 2 klP M Uay !lt,cr 2ml Moml' In .May, Thurs- - y fittciition. Cabs lorwantof ijX 1 l'otar,v spinning machine, l'lrst j Kullafi 'Take iier away, I shall not -; - r.-. nnswered day after 3rd Monday In August. MPacncs 10 i v. ...j r.sn evcrvthlr; tlsc fails- Is .pun ihto a cdurso jam. a 3iCti.-the live such prices, Thursday after 2nd Monday la .No- day or night. spun until It be5IaJor I!o"r''e, hZ aid tt "Genera - In netvcua I:1"" "" St ltoschl.1 Hn I .fid v r.niii1ninlprrrnis JTJien it Is drawn and Vomlmr. v' . -Vf2aS.nc3scs Ll, U? r..o j?. " ..r rt 6r -J. - L. Pdlon. ftalph Friday nfte,' comes fine and (pilte strong. In ease u majesty graciously expresses :,.iJl .Crook.micehhoweahlins-plfiuieffeethei- ; V. ;"" '4" T ts'jaiifu. jT... ntve ', a n nd Monday hard, strong thread Is reijulrcil for cer- Hon at having made your acquaint. De.icemaker. He '.-..-.' . In March. Frldnv ' ". ,.! ..T i' : - lid Monday in Unv prliliiv B hmww Vpaches to go hack to the I tain fabrics the asbestos yarn K placed, nflnr .1r.l ' I'ontlng a doll to a papoose. The VBOUBLK V Monday In August. Friday after 2ad ?, Vfcir-tforc- f. doubling and twisting machine, - Ky. H in a OftJAtt'l Lady Londonderry courtesknl low ,rd , 1'Hdent was s follows: where two or more of the yarn threads wlth.lrew from his n.aJcstVs mrM , ever s C woiuiay in .November. -e irzrro, Crook had been trying fo put 11AKTKOKD POLICE COL'IttV J cwiaiar. are combined. If tho asbestos Is to be to visit the garden t! amiable tb,"M? li:ii-" C. M. Crowe, Judge; John on the reserve. Imt Impregnated with rubber a smooth, and courteous lVs,-V- i aIii'Ihs :...,! afterward rSil mH,1i them without killing Miiiiami-mi- .a.. City Attorne); J. P. "Stovens, unm.i.mp bard finished thread Is not di'slrable. THE story to tell tolls; could she had n i tlipni. an ai'llon that'dld not appeal to j .Miiryiiai, v;ouri convene second Monlong time the problem of spin- frier For a i...liiess with which tho hlni. Oin scwirJc day in each montlit many diffa day bis forces captured ning asbestos presented .) I. ii. her. MAr -- iNE City Councfl- -J. U, Williams, Mav papoose and toil; her to the fort. She iculties by reason of the manner Li or; U. T. (;oIlln., iMork; E. P. Thorn- - ' OF was unlet all day, but her black eyes which the threads persisted 111 sllppln. Treatftiror, Ieinbors of Council Long Drawn Out Elections, QUALiTY.v The National . Weekly as.Kooert watched everything. When nlrditrntne nnother. Eventually It was iiaSWUP Xo complaint with regard to undue HOver. P. H. Tmlor. i n. the child broke .!owu find .sobbed Just' U. CarfrfA, J3. P. .Moore, Fred Cooper, louuu mar. ui.ii-- i mo . was possible limitation of FZgst tmn mwft4 " l W thread of asbestos displayed a o(, 'lr11mi,1tirv ,, vs T!l0 j " "'VLlUtotingster u.lght ,, ,. , c'linr.1 'I rllelnAn 11.. v , rhe fort was In desp.lf until Majoi surface and that by ineans of fi.eclal , jfl m, ,,t be NOT rf ult Ilk Clu-bton, Clialnnaii; W. II. Ilaraes. w '.1, twisting the spinning could be succe-i., fortnight pr !!om'ko nr'(1 n l,,- - rrn BOLD vmouth. Until this j caj iona for 1 CoUia'c Ir been UNDER Braslto nation to bring the noil to a ;,",,ls YllV sSlteriCaiiy yeal'3 of BSr6ri:Miit. luanu- the previous ANY ioldatSS.50. Now Jicr onco p,,)VoU,a t ,fi fr ut(it. come the price is 52.50 OTHER OnSlmas. When the yuung Anodic n.ctrra nowadays are able to tur.i ,' " r - t1vNlofi ;IjOHdon. At HEU?,;,?l'S-- SRUVK'liS. M and wchnx oscccrcd out a single asbestos thread 100 yard, J NAME. that it was hers to keep V South Services inornliir7'..i,r' acoliicttion u herefell asleep ,w,, In length and not exceeding an ot.nc ovory tint and tlXl sv Wcstndnster nl,lls. Iu;r.sobs censed i and she tho rtoll was by ic ran offer it niornli-eame ,, ,,f , , " h oach month. in welgbt.-:.,-rSnn- e. i? ,al dnv g.--r WARRANTED FOR ALL TIMEV at a still further ye eo thefift day M tliii 3;li a. in. Prayer nieet-'"- .. Jut rn,s. She reduction in " al'C mlL 'i.a' ..?:r.1: , Ifyou piirclmwi tho NMIW JIOMK you will over.' VediiC3day oenins. Iter. .f .P0"11!' with it all day. ,..l eo.,il,iBly V, with this wilt have a llfo asset lit tlio prlco you IIUIJ mil. VII Vll'tH'ia llliirivuvniiift t.iu i www thought of ever getting back to the . davIllo, pastor. publication. s In treat force, the high bailiff all dalal lnmn was greatly dls- Tibet's Church Sort Ices morning not have an endless chain ofrcpulrn. her. tijbo had left and evening every second and . 1 JuiImUir JU(J J,rsl l'honograph he saw (.l0 fnvorv.j ifie ministerialists) Several days passed wllu no sign of Spsciai Offer to Ovr tltftll ers ! Sunday in each month. Sunday fourth school Candler, when In Lnssa Wlt.i 0ami n,at i,u feared a riot and closed ii j vr Qdallty j, j jni overture being made by the tribe, nnd meeting every Wed- the Younghusband expedition, heard tll0 polli Tll0 baflled voters rioted and finally In despair the papoife, with the Hi n w mice uc -- ' . '''1 Ior f,lill "' 'U:tr. a. m. PrayerT?m l.?iii'lluli !llpsil:iv ovonIih. Considered from the Nepaieso rebiiieia now u mn t jjltf niiutary were called out. Tlio nign dolt still In .her possession, was sent lor r Christian J? ' lAU'I'tation racl. tine Clyirch Services every uncanny toy as a bailiff liad afterward to apologize on a,one- Tlll recently brought the it is the r! fo V fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. the child reached the Sferan ir,i.l le lokcn advantaxc of piMniml) . prebeut from the mabarajah of Nepr.l bis knees to the speaker and pay a back. When in. Sunday school 'JiIlO a. m. lildcr W. Cheapest tr"je with the prj"e grasped In her The dalal lama heavy tine. to the priest king. , What You Getlto Collier's IJ. Wright pastor. chubby "hands" It civil fed a sensatlej, "walked around It uneasily as it utare.; in the end Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day t Si-her Collitr'i Is the one bia iirJcremlcnt. fcarlfM nniong the native Americans, English band piece and an Inschool every Sunday at UMG forth an AH Early Poslal Experiment. ol the to buy. mother later went baclt id the post weeklycitizen's wl.o'c cojtitry. .N'ot only ii it ilic li6 song. Then a. m. delicate miutanese cood tifimltiuok hut it is alto a Ab long ago as the seventeenth cenSECRCT SOCIETIES. maciziiv for he hole family. Anions Ihe thought for a long while, ami finally tury the nttempt was made to prepay with It, She was received In a hosIf yon wiwitaKctvlnitmnrlilno.wrlto for, a ear's subscription eics mei Hartford Lodgo No. C73, F, and A. said he could not live with this voice letters by using stamps. In Hio3 Pails pitable manner and kindly treated, tlnnsi that I M. meets every first Monday night our ntcst catnloi,'Uo before you purcliutc. and, the effect of her visit was such lODXK.iilnrik'li So It was passed on t without a soul. tried a system that even provided pil- that through hcr'overltuvs were made", G0q News Photo In each month. M. I., lleavrln, W. The Hew Home Sewmc; Machine Co.. Orange, Mass;'' somebody else. iSO Short Article! M.; Owon Hunter. Secretary. lar boxes for the letters, which were with the result that soon afterward 150 Short Stories Iiartfonl Chapter No. 81 O. 12. S'. to have a billet, price 1 sol. attached to the entire band moved back on the re' 100 Illustrated Features A Paternal Proposition. i in 2 Complete Novehi mecta every second nnd fourth Monim the letter or parcel. The experiment serve. St. Louis Ilepublle. obday evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, "The government throws nil the met the usual experience of the pio'Collier's V. .M.; Jas. ll. Williams. W. 11.; solete army weapons in the Junk pile. neerridicule. Mice were dropped into The Money Tennyson Made. They are unsalable." Hartford Iteprtullcan Miss Elizabeth .Mlllor, Secretary. tho letter boxes, nml when the letters BLCkBEE'S SliCDS SUCCEED ! Lord Tennyson made ti great InconV "Seems to me the government gives came to be collected it "was found thnt Koush River l.odgo No. 110 Knights 'fnim his poems. When Stpthan &'Co. SPECIAL OFFCR: very little thought to pleasing Its of i'ythlas meets every Tuesday eventho animals had made a hearty meal of tool; over the publication of the poems New. lIu.tnrM. AtrlalnUli 'it.Jo LulUour ucruuuieut custouier. ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney nuka von them. As nobody could be sure of the In the sixties they agreed to ny TennyPrlie follectlon. ..... , vino, t Tnia.li "How now?" . N.Hw"tirv K. of It. & S. fate of the parcels, the experiment son $fi.000 a year In respect to the Buckbee'i "Full ol Lite" Northern Crows. Foster. va Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. 111 tlia flneit I Taralr.e T ipletitlM I oia, t Itii all. Think of the Innocent Joy thnt came to a sudden end. Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol viycanol Um I 'i.""i-- K.nu vnin la IhioUh already lsued and pay the poet luccesMul seed would result lf they burled those eTowmg behind Ultra. It pays U meets every first anil third Thursday UCAlIAItll.LU ill 1'l.r.AMi nights. R, Ti Collins, Commander; all profits on new wnik, less a modest vlant the hest. Mention this Paper. IVrre weapons on the various battlefields for Seasonable Specialtless Maeterlinck on the Future. I... P. Foreman, Recbrd Keeper. h) pvr t commission. This second tourist to tilg up." Kansas City Joui-Da- l. BEANS Maeterlinck In his book called "Le item generally meant $110,000 for each Acme Lodge No. KM 1. O. O. F. Earliest Red Valentine . . $3.50 Bushel SEND 10 CENTS . lj.35 Kushel meets every second nnd fourth FriReluuee Uxtra Early Mort" says of the mystery of the nfter new Milume. For many yearn before toeortr rtU k( pwkltf ui4 tw tfal valnable New btrinsless Gretn Tod . J3.70 Bushel oi naras patiamiy. Kvvnr wtiu ray uu day nights In each month. C. M. Hardeath that outside of the religions his death Tennyson drew a steady LcoiiruB WanlwtU'i Imp. Kiilney Wax U 50 Bushet Uf uUfiil ? snd itant Ukt I Ovid and Aviation. nett, Noble Urand; W. It. lledrlck, i wh in un nwiTuiMnrnur riuuiHi tiavis New White Wax . , J.4.75 Bushel there are four imaginable solutions per milium from his publishers. Currie's Kust rrool Wax . Js 50 Uusbel Secrotary. tho aviators of today wish for If LH.W.Bttcttr. ,JMBUaVAosiJ?.a.i and no more. These are total annihilaPBAS Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. classical motto, what better can thev tion, survival of our consciousness of Extra Early Alaska . . . $3.50 Bushel Just Like His Tooth. meets every second and fourth Sattako than this passage from Ovid' today, survival without any rott of New Early Gracilis . . . , isy Bushel Small Freddie had the toothtacho one llorsfnrd'fl Market Garden . it VI Bushel urday nights in each month. Leslie "Ar Ainatorla." 2. 1- 3consciousness, survival, with universal Jay, nnd his mother told him the tooth Buckbce's Lightning Express ii 00 Bushel Heunctt, Council Commander; W, C quln crulcret umquam teltuce, lUdUh, Tomto and a full lire O Willnee Plerk consciousness or with a- - consciousness wai hollow nnd needed to be pulled. Arrlan hotnlncm carpere potso las? Cimahl.To lllvo Vn AO T. O T .,,., different from that which we possess V few days later the mother complain-rSend for. rnmnleter catalncue or submit a I U1...UX...V ...W .,W, T, W. V. .. t . : ..i- which means. "Who would believe that In .1 ana win quoie pnciK meets every first and third Friday this world. of a severe headache. "Mamiua," ;our requiremenis the ciowcr Rate Moner. aerlai Buy direct from' man will ever be nhle to take nights In each month. Mrs. Attyo mild Freddie wisely, "I'll bet your head write toaiy. Mention tins paper. oths?" Youth's Companion. Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula You ought to go and get It Is hollow. Joko on Father. The Pendleton, Lady Rocord Keeper. News. Kho had refused htm. and he wns"iill pullfd."-ChIc- ago ( Real Obliging. Keystone Chapter No. 110, It. A. 1364 Baclkw St., HoUtord Seed Fsrou. (hKl(r, B in." M., meets every third Satunlity night Creditor I Hhoiild like to know when A Bad Joke. "Ite'onsldcr. Annie." he begged. "If ayAatasuKBixtM in each month. John T. Moore High you are going to pay this bill. I can't you don't I'll blow my brains out." "A famous college president declares Priest; W. S. Tinsloy, Secretary. come hero every day In tho week. "Huh." iuld Annie, "that would be n that theie aro no new Jokes." AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. would suit you best.? Debtor What day AND CURE THE thinks you i.UMCS National Officers President, Ira M. "Ah, ho does, does he?" grimly reDebtor-Ve- ry Creditor-Saturd- ay. well: good Joke on father, for he any." Ladles Home Journal. J. Chryst. Hudson, Wis.; V. Presi- MCCALL PATTEKMS.IKrfeet fil,lrnpllcltTn4 turned the old codger. "Well, lie ought hen you can call hero every Saturday. haven't 'wf,'" io' yl'. dent. S. U. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; U tclbbllliy nearly 49 yean. Sold In iitailr to see the husband my niece has just I Secretary London Opinion. & Treas., II. a. Tank, Wau;-aa- r VlfiV ,"1 town 'n h United Slates and on Patient. married and brought home to live Canada, or bjr mall direct. More told (hare Wis. any other make. Send lor trco catalogue, Hlnksr-Coul- d you lendvjne $1 until me." Judge. State Officers President. J. H. Mc- - MCCALIS MAGAZINE Never Lonesome. Saturday? Jinks I'm busted. Won't wore, tubacriber ,ConnolI, Princeton, Ky.; Ylco Presi than any othei faihloa "JToii really like country life, do .you. A Damper. have a cent myself until Saturday. mijitlnt-milli- on a month. Inaluable. IjU dent, J. ll. uurney, munienDcrg uo.j Dobby?" usked I'etlow. ninUs-Wo- uld you lend It to me then? verses Marlon I showed papa those Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, plain aewinif.laney needlework, Calidrriln-- : "You bet I do." said Dobson. -- New Yorlt Globe. i Calhoun. Ky.; Organizer, T. H. you wrote nie, ilnd he seemed pleased. FOR etiquette, rood, atoriet, etc. Only V) ccnti at "What do yon do with yourbelf eai (wortE double), Including a free patttm. nnrry-I- Io Hartford, Ky. did? Marlon Yes. Ho said butlcrfBo todiy, or ItDli ror .tlol)ie ... nights?" asked Petlow, ma AIL WrtOAT AND Ulf.GTR'lUSLrS.ti Members Stato Executive Doard slip adds dlfflcultleit he was so glad to see you were not a Miliar" when W&NDCBFVE. INBUCEMENTS MHMfli ll !WtiMIIWlMI t ill I I k4HaV.ABKW Den "Oh. I romp to town," said Dobson." Watson, Webster county; J. W, bralmt.-cmi;rs- oti. poet. S&TJ fc JAfii'ta. V i GUAR ANTKUW iddJ ? Agenta. Peitat brlnrji cremium cataloput Harper's Weekly. f Dunn, Davlesa county; Henry Plrtle, I imdriiircatbprUeoircra. AJJieia So.u jyoNi'Y itnsvaazn. H HtCAU CO,. VI WW, Klk JU. MMT YACK vtf Ohio county; B. t. Hay, Uardln oounryiijuy.ff.jnyTr.t M j ANECDOTE OF M'KlNLEY. SHE MET THE SULTAN". " WAS HAMLET FAT? HAVE YOUR SUITS Directory County iio ty; C. Q. Ohio Cleaned I Pressed I I ' Repairing neatly done. l'ns-hn- attention. delivered. 'jj'iu'jisisrii Otto C. Martin at Itiv-tehld deii-clou- month. rate per y Barnes & Tos-se- Attorneys at Smith USE I I Fnr ,7.V the Troubles of Constipation. , -- d, A RT UR D. KIRK at ' .iv,i,iu,i I....W,1!,;i.i I -- 't i. .. . t T -- i , ,. don ril.,-T.,!- iJaSPSf'M m,l &$&& ... 'li i.,M-n..i,,..,,t:.nsnm- S9 fs&aixssxsy SQ . M-- -.- ms i- 1 ' ' . wn .... 'iT" -- H. RFLEYn ni pr-m- -- , '"'','! ;.:: 'l liter's o ,w ' $t ,.'. CoUilrS Time WbM -- -- f TZZZrr..,. ...-..--- I I ! t i I Si ' - ja $2.50"' )$ZJU miiiM i clti-eefis- ." SEEDS -. to-da- y; ci-n- rfVNAA i d '"?.u"S.!":Bffi,3 H. W. BUCKBEE ( miSm Sm KILLTHcCOyCH u, Um Siseovenr fSPffA18 . ' i T" Bal-nial- n, I 1 iqrar"i ' '"T&iwiiiaW uVmritmmmmmmmi ftnmmt N GOO'S OATH BINDS HIS QUEER SENSE OF HUMOR. It Found Relief In Children Cry for Fletcher's Practical Jokes STOMACH TROUBLE FOR HIS GREAT COVENANT The Glorious Promises Maflo I Snw v H Lw tLH iLLLm. ,nm H H V JLLsfi - to Israel Still Fsiura. "I Have Sworn, Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonglit, nnd which lias been f lu uso for over. 0- soars, has lioriio thu and lias been mado under li'.s ncr- , jty--J!soiml supervision slnco its infancy. f&CCA4Zi Allow lio ono loilcenivn von in tills. AH Counterfoils, Imitations and ' " nvo but HipcrlmcntH that trlflu with and endanger tho health or. Infants nud Clilldren Experience ngaiiiut Experiment. JtiHt-ns-good 8alth Jehovah, That I Will Groitly Diss Thoo, and I Will Exceedingly Multiply Thy Seer as ths Stars of Heavon and as the Sand Which Is Upon ths Seashore and In Becoming Thy Seed Shall All Nations of the Earth Bless Themselves." ju Cnsforla is n- harmless nnbstltuto Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing 'Syrups. It in pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine, nor other Xurcotio substance. Its npo Is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms Jind allays FovorlshncHS. Tor moro than thirty years it Jias been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation,, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles nnd Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend What is CASTOR I A lor AlliHMWftAr nnur lllKj.tr x?? '?vi HftssHht a CluilnnntI, Ohio, IS. I'nstor Ilusscll preached here twite today. We report his sermon based upon u preferred translation of (Icncsls Jan. HJ:ltJ-1- mL. UmbbH The Pastor llrst ave n detailed u c c o 11 li t of the Alir.ilMiuic Cove-t- i a ii t. wlileh he GENUINE C ASTORIA tBears the Signature of ALWAYS PASTOR. MISSELQ' (2L&tfffl&&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THS CCHTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STRICT. KCW YORK CITY. 99SSSS9SSSSSSSSS99SSS9Se LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. S fc Vj . 305 East Market Street LOUISVILLE, KY. The only and original poultry sup- ply house south of the Ohio River. s We keep a full line of first-clas- W I ;2 POULTRY SUPPLIES AND FEEDS. Write for Price List. gSS3SS3S$GSSSSSraPSfl Save Money and Keep in Style by Readitg McCall's Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Ladies! mscails macuih: McCVft a imxlrraio c. vcnM by 1. 0 0 i 1 11 uii posted on llio Iju-In help H.oiln.wlll you ilif-s stjl-Mil- v ol you a Dortnanftnt ou. " trial ' UwuAr. will make Hatlaf action tni&TaUiteed orrour ' mouoT rotuudetL ' QA..w.tU 1 I '' BUCKKE'S BULBS SUCCEED. ' ro SPECIAL OFFER' BULBS-t balttl Kew IlBilneii. MJa A i'. .Uci Ju'W iii.il I.ui.iis. Oulf Ien Inrhullntr n f'co r.nipui. feuli-uti- u 1 niton Duilzin In rarli Isviif. .Mm hnblo Inlurmnt'on 11 rll Itpinn nnd irr fashions list, U1.-- I to I tta IiUlw ImvuM 4Mttai Oim HrMlmtA. FaMtxt lift. UU, Sclllki. Bpr.ili. UU. SprtM Bsowtkka, III. Kamanaitu. BMvirD.CtMa.CliUa)iift. ST KkntWuJ. Dwvis Tullh Tin TmU. TulnkuJ tulip. OatJlt. Tnmak. rUM Ml Ihutk UiMUtkA. Prbh hu Iimui. br4il. I I UVAULSTEEB TO PLEA I! Mention thiM Write tO'dMy MM jcir 11 tI!tCll mvn iiuinn. una turmviilniniii floibliufor joiusulf mid Urn lrii v, iitcli will lMcrfert In M) lo mul M lTi ncrm lilclirr ilnrn lb a ms fecuil l.ir (mo Ivllorii Cuialoiri'.o. ( We WEI Ci Yen Fi.ii for rotllnij tub f npnoiijiiiiiiiiiifycurfilcni''. Bcmlforlrco l'timilum Cimlocuo unci C'aili I'rizo Oiler. TUE UiCAU COXPAtf. Z39 la 249 Wat 3 Sl. XEW YOU IVticroi ill 1'ii.tliln fui frcouuiplacopj. to mnko In your tinlcy ur (.end 1 j U11M t(iaaw wim my au uiuirtMO, lUirMUf. ! MUM Uill fU tCM) (fiaj t IMItUimiMiWUtHOriHiimil. f NM, PulM tM i xb goBuumoruwa r khuini, MMarui imuImm I HIM llll I UI 11M im WNIf WUI Ull UUMtm I 1W11 afuajk ia ITMtaWt I BUtTWftUa HWM l(U a4r fcriM. 1UI 1MM IUM UIMU I MIUf, sv w ... .. a LH. W. BUCkm sooxtoad.ul. nia, CHNTil 8BND 3 rMl tkU alt4 u4 )Mili Ptoss I lb)tU il TftlukbU lKJttnnrin rrrti Tattnt ind Infringement Prtctlei Exclusively. Writo or coma to ua at T10 Uiktb ItrMt, uar Valta4 ttatx fatant OOaa, I WASmiMBTON. D. C. PROCuneo and oEFeNDED.sf rp. llVt. Ir Ui ur liuta. lor t xix how I'M 3rl etc. to obtain kdi IraJn hue,!I jrLrtiU. in All COUNTRIES. JSmhtss Jirrctv.Uk WasMxgton $ovti timf.l notify aiiktojitn leipaiini. "l ijjjpjra TrtAoc tlonairicllrmiiilUciitfil. IIANUEOOK onl'aicnu fui'.tcuuiij pati'nl lontfrua. drtojl 1'iitoiita tiikcii tliniucli Jlumi Si Co. rvictvo iptcuu nonet, wii nout cunrua, lu iua DCSIGN3 C0PVniGHT3 &.G. AnToneaanrtlng a akelrh Olid iC3crlntlnn ninjp qutcklf iisrrliilii our onlnluii froo .ii other mi 'oinniuiilc.n. linilllinTl 19 lininnuir n itptnlilii. OVER 03 YCAnO' CXPCRICNCC Marks Scietttific JlineriCciti. TRADE.MARKB pxvuipCIT otlaluad la w, oktalu PATENTS Jl couuu U or uo i THAT PAV.a'll'trllwUi.uiUwrouU, tlour laulTidii uu Ui wicoeaa, jJioto r aktkb for FRCC tttiul M yeara practlca. on iK.'rntubillly. SUR RIFCnCNCCS. Fur tra Until Ikxi ou 1'rolliabla Irentj wrjla to oa-i- ot HS saavsrttrt HUNN&Gp.3MBf"N8wYork Jiriucti V SU, WaihiUKtou, Lnrcot clr. culuiiuti ( anTKioiniu.i J'uiriiul. 'Jirim, tta rein (nur muiitlia, tl. Buulbykll nowadejlcra. A handaomelr lllnatralM waaklr. I). C. i'4 PAINQ rrt ,, WHsninuiun, atroat, cj. u. ,v?MuaiQ aAjiuu? 03 1M11SU IHII IIsniSStuil uu VW "IKM .' l puitjjjin jjiiji , l9Ai;?iru-pd)caaaifiiuu v vu pua claimed contains tbc Gospel In n nutshell. Then he reviewed the history of the Jews. Abraham's descendants, mid showed that the Covenant which God made with their grtmt ancestor nearly four thousand years ago has held them Rcparatu from all other peoples. If It should seem strung? that the Almighty should condescend to make Cincinnati, Ohio. oaths to (lis creatures respecting Ills Dcnr Cornel It is rumored out here that gracious gifts, said the Pastor, let us remember that ?od knew that the you would like to be a bishop. If this Is true please let me know at once. I Promise nttested by the Oath would great Influence with Mors. Dlx and have will linger for thirty-nin- e hundred years see old Potter about It, so d If you would Ilko to be a bishop without fullllmcnt. This Divine And with the bishops stand, Covenant has been Israel's GiA miter on your forehead braltar. It Is the foundation of their And a crozler In your band, nationality, upon which ore built all plcaso write me Immediately. Faithfully THOMAS JAGCtAR. the Iioihm that thus far have preserv- yours, Bishop of Southern Ohio. ed them us a people the natural heirs New York became rather too "hot" of that Covenant for our friend shortly after that, as the Jacob's Promises All Earthly. disapFrom Genesis to Malachl. declared police got on his track, and he his old nothing In Scripture Im- peared. He turned up later at the Pastor, plies a change of nature from human tricks In Pittsburgh, I think, where be Nothing Intimates that was exposed, nnd I don't remember to spiritual. man will ever become an angel. Tho v t became of him. I5ev. Dr. W. W. prophetic promises, on the contrary, Holley In Living Church tell of restitution to human perfection and to Kden restored world-wide- . Books From Unexpected Placos. Not only art, but literature, has been Tho Pastor then showed that the Jubilee system of the Law of Moses produced in unexpected places. Tln-rty pi lied Itestltution. In tho llftlctb was, for Instance, Robert Blooinfleld, year every slave was liberated, and who produced his "Farmer's Hoy" every piece of property reverted to Its while working "0 hard as a shoemaker original owners. God thus pictured (In a garret with live or six others) man's return to harmony with Hlra- - j that he frequently had to carry a bun-sel- f man's liberation from the bondage dred lines In his head through lack of of Sin and Death, his restoration to leisure to write them down. .Tames the Image of his Creator, from which Hogg, too: "the Kttrick Shepherd," ho fell through sin. wrote his earliest verses while tendlnp Then the Pastor briefly reminded Ills. his sheep In the Perthshire highlands, s And Taylor, "the Water Poet." cotn- hearers of the wonderful of Itestltution drnwn by Isracln . blued the very different ollices of Prophets. Hud we the time, he said. literary man and Thames waterman. It would ntTord Krottt pli'twin? to dis- London Chronicle. cuss the prophecies rcHpoctlut; the fu- Hire conditions of htminnlty. theful-lllniuii- t The Third Hand, of which Is just nt the duor. now often the little things In life The desert shall blossom as the rose; make Impressions that linger in our till hllnd eyes Hhnll be opened nnd denf memories long after the larger events ears unstopped: nnd the knowledKo of are forgotten! Several years ago I was tho Glory of God shall cover the earth. making a visit lu n family where tbero The sjietiker tilso showed Unit were several daughters. One of the to the Scriptures the future girls brought n bat Into the sewing prospects of Israel are wonderful. room one morning nnd prepared to .Messiah's UcIku Is the time for which trim 1U Before doing nnythlng else Israel has so long waited and during she took a hatpin nnd pinned the hat which that people will have the Di- firmly to her skirts nt the knees, so vine blessing and become the chntinel that she had both hands free and held of blessing to all the people of earth. the ribbon and Mowers In place with her left hand while she sowed thetn A Heavenly King of Glory. The I'nstor next discussed popular with her right. Philadelphia North fallacies respecting Messiah. Some American. have imagined Messiah's Kingdom will It's Easy to Learn. be tin earthly one tttid Mes-dnHim Alexander Graham Bell, the Inventor self a great man. Hut this Is a mistake. The great King will be. not u of the telephone, bit on his marvelous man. but ti spirit being, Jehovah's hon- discovery while studying and while ored Agent, whose glory and honor teaching tho deaf. Professor Bell once said, apropos of will bo far above that of nugcls. In Daniel 7:13, 14, Messiah Is pic- this fact: "Yes, we end Icnrn vnlunblo secrets tured us coming In the clouds of heaven, To niiu the Ancient of Days will from the most unlikely sources. A Per-sln- u poet, famed for his wisdom, was 'give the dominion nnd government, and all peoples, nations and languages once nsked by his king where ho hud shall serve Film. Hut wo are not to learned Ids philosophy. "'From the blind, sire,' the poet reexpect Messiah to come us a man and conquer tbc world with cannon and plied 'from tho blind, who never addrcudnuugbts. God bus another meth- vance a step until thoy have tried tho od by which earthly powers shall molt ground.' "New York Tribune. before Messiah's glorious Kingdom. Diamonds and Glass. Another description of Messiah') The diamond. Instead of being u real Heavenly Kingdom conquering the world Is given tn the 07th I'sultn. I.lUe solid. Is n mass of atoms nil lu rapid David's nnd Solomon's of old. Mes- and violent motion. Tho edge of the siah's Kingdom will be .Ichnvnh'u. but stone is formed of these moving molewill be higher than theirs tho spirit cules us well us the body. Now, glass ual, the Heavenly Kingdom. Tills. Is ulso mUde up of moving atoms, Psalm tho I'nstor then discussed. Verne though they do not move so rapidly or by verse. Destntctlvo Judgments as it so violently us tho diamond atoms. Ore will sweep unrighteous Institutions When tho diamond edge, therefore, Is from the world, whether these he back- applied to thu glass surface the diaor mond utoins drive tho glass atoms out ed by Jewish or (ionllle arms. God's lightning. Ills revela of the way nud force ti passage. tions will enlighten the world. Society us nt preM'iit organized, symbolMerely a Microbe. ically called the eat lb. will see It and "Do you believe that love Is due to a tremble. The "nwiinbiliw" iklngdoltisi microdot" will melt like wax tit Ills ptVHcm-e- . "I know It Is." Prom the Heavenly onerf will come "How do you know?" the Message of God's righteousness: "One calls on my daughter four times nnd nil manultnl niml sett the glory of I week, aiid she is begluulug to fall lu the Divine ehtinii'iiT. All worshipers love." Houston Post. of Idols or KtiM-y- . sort shall lienslititnetl. Those worshiping stock am! Partially Successful, brfiids. houses, tiiotic.v, Mtall hettsjiuiued 'Didn't I hear you lire souielhlng nt of nil riches for which tlnv ennnot tie. tint yowling cut early tills morning?" count' according to the, Golden Utile. "Yes; ( threw the confounded alarm The Divine prediction" of Messiah's t'nek tint." , Klnciljui Indicate that It' will have n "lilt the beastV' . glnr, and a ixiwer siii,'ilniliiitii. In the "No. but I got Hd of the alarm cloclt." ll;:lit, of which Solotjmir.s gloyy will IioMmi Transcript. fiitta It Is. for this Messianic Kinglong pray, dom God's people Work Is not u man's punishment. It ed. "Thy Kingdom come. Thy will b Is his ivwiti'd nnd his strength. George done on earth, as It h done In Ilea veil." Hand. Oath-bounOath-houne i I word-pictureli object except that and certainly with Majority of Friends Thought Mr. no advantage to himself, lib ho very naturally remained "Incog." Hughes Would Die, But As Illustrative, ho would send out n hundred or more postal 'cards addressOne Helped Him to ed to as' many different plumbers in Xew York, asking them to call on a Recovery. certain day. at n given hour, at tho residence of the Itev. Dr. Morgan Dlx, rector of Trinity church. Another time It would be an army of bakers, Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting adnnd so on. On one ocnslon he sent Invitations to a dozen of the clergy to vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes dine with Dr. Dlx on a given date. writes as follows : "1 was down with Imagiuc the good doctor's consternation when tils unexpected guests ar- stomach trouble for five (5) years, and rived! would' have sick headache so bad, at Ono of his hits of "funny" work, in which he used the name of the late times, that I thought surely I would die. Bishop Jnggnr. was ns follows: Dr. I tried different treatments; but they Cornelius It. Swopo was the vicar of street, did not seem to do me any good. Trinity chnpel, In Twenty-fiftnt tho time, nnd Dr. Horatio Potter tho I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, bishop of New York. Dr. Dlx had become so exasperated as hardly to and all my friends, except one, thought I know what to do. and one day he went to consult Dr. Swope and to nsk his would die. He advised me to try advice ns to what could be done, tak- Thedford's and quit ing with him one of the cards that he had received. On looking at It Dr. Swope said: "I recognize that handwriting because I received n card some time ago in the same hand, which I have kept as n curiosity." This was the card: h Black-Draug- Upon the Clergy., Some thirty odd years ago n young man came to New York from Cnglnnd (I have forgotten his name), and for a year or so he posed as 'a very ardent churchman. lie had a mania which seemed to ho the making of trouble for oilier people, with no particular FIVE YEARS I taking other medicines. decided (o take his advice, although I did not hare any confidence 1 in it. Black-Draught have now been taking for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. 1 am so thankful for what ' Black-Drau- ght has done for me." Thedford's Black-Draught has been found a very valuable medicine for de- rangements of the stomach and liver. It is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely used by young and old, and should bt kept in every family chest. Get a package today. Only a quarter. 14$ JAMES & CO., Kentucky. u Pirst Class Uverymeii Centertown, Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES, $1.35 Thk Republican and Louisville Herald 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The .republican ana JJaiiy wwensrjoro inquirer.'...,... 3.50 O'boro IVJessenger .7ft The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k 1.7ir The Republican and Kentucky Parmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .. . 1.6U The Republican and Weekly Inier Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Globe-Democrat ro Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. 9 . ' YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads 'I i O Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican ?: Job Department. 'Ti.-r- &:' - l. tr" m r lftifCNifc'" .cv'rcxr I i t it i ''J,UU i, Fortify Your Fertilizer Did you our fertilizer dealer .nul arrange tu buy iritiliicr containing ;it Iratt ai much M.-- w i w tft h-- Acid? That i the real Mrul tli.it pays you and the dealer. 11 you did not, you should at imce .uk. jour dealer to cairy Potash Salu so tlut you tiuy increase Hie Potash in the ordinary brands. To fncrcae tlni loUh I percent, add 40 pounds Muriate1 d bag will or Sulphate of Potash to a ton i( e,U. A t oUh ol u ton 5 percent. increase Try it oncu and tee how l'oUli Pays. If your diaUr will not tarry t'otath Sultt Utttt m 'or 'rttei. Wi uill ttll any oucnttlr as riu)horic POTASH J'.'i' Vf te from iitie GERMAN KALI WORKS. Inc., 12 Broadway, New York k it Nt Orlriiik U bjintr I --jn Va Alula K r r te.it. Cbloia. McCoimkk Hut Sin IukWu. a CI:Ijm mrc iv 11- vikj r-- ti , .i- -a iffTUf tvfoua - ?" 7 ttw rv" 1 l H As a sreclal Inducement during our onstration week only, with every MAJESTIC KANOE sold (prices always the same) wo will give free one handsome sot of ware as illustrated here. Every pleco of this ware Is tho best of Its tdnd. Not a pleco that Is not needed In every kitchen. It cannot possibly be bought Jfar Icsb than $8.00. This ware Is on exhibition at our store. DON'T PAIL TO SEE IT. dem- GREAT MAJESTIC RANGES ALL THIS WEEK $5.00 CHILPREN SHVE MAJE5TICRANGERlilADEJNALL-5IZE5-AND-5TYLE5 SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AND SALE ? :. Jfnf Souvenir Day 1 50 MAJESTIC BIRDS FRFF WHICH SHALL IT BE? cook stove? food with that old worn-oVou KNOW that old stove eats up a lot of i2ael each year. You KNOW you have trouble In getting It right, ta bake Just once in fact, spoil a batch of (bread every in a while you know It costs considerable for yearly repairs. Stop and think and figure. Wouldn't It Vay you to buy a good range a range with a reputation ut ing valuable fuel and destroying Do you intend to continue laboring, high-price- burnd The first IliO boys and girls who present to THE MAJESTIC RANOU SALESMAN at our store, between 3 and 5 p. m. TUESDAY, written answers to the following questions, will receive a "Canary Hird Souvenir" FREE. 1 What range Is your inothor now using? 2 Do you know anone needing n new range? Who? 3 Why Is tho GREAT MAJESTIC tho most durable rango mnde? Tho one giving neatest and best answer to the Inst question may select any $1.00 article from our stock, in addition to tho SOUVENIR. Don't bo discouraged if you arc not one of the 150 to get a Canary Illnl Souvenir. You will get a MAJESTIC PUZZLE CARD. Something for all tho boys and girls. You can havo worlds of fun with tho MAJESTIC BIRD It Imitates the canary'to perfection. Bo sure to havo your answers ready to hand In at our storo TUESDAY AFTERNOON, between 3 and 5. . $1.00 Article FREE 5TEnmER,0'UEMDER-r1ND-&Rr1IME(?,l- l HEflVY'rnrflPEii-iRw-mnRBLErzEri- iHyi 111 ml M UHn ffl I iM iftii H ' , tS-H- H IFW a iVt I J llll I &RiPPHi-pnn: - T sSW BIRrtttffl?E&DRIPPIN5-PrlN5- Hie Great Majestic SffisSriSS Range You make no mistake in buying the OJIEAT MAJESTIC it's the range with THE REPUTATION ask your neighbors. Then, too. it's made just right and of the right kind of material MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL IRON riveted together practically air tight lined with pure asbestos parts being mallaeable can't break has a movable reservoir and an oven that doesn't warp that's why tho MAJESTIC uses so fuel, bakes just right every day in the year (browns bread Just right all over without turning), heats 15 gallons of water while breakfast is cooking properly handled lasts n lifetime, and costs practically nothing for irepairs. Don't buy the range you expect to last a lifetime 'unslght unseen;" you'll be sure to Come to our store during be disappointed. iSemonstration weelfc see the GREAT MAJESTIC have itstoany exclusive features explained find oUpgwhy the MAJESTIC is stronger thfia other ranges where 300 most ranges are weakest. lit-Jt- le during this week a special demonstrator direct from tho MAJESTIC FACTORY All SPECIAL will ho glad to show you "ALL ABOUT RANGES" show you why the MAJESTIC Is the best range on earth at any price. Come. If You Intend To Buy Or Not EDUCATION lies In KNOWING THINGS KNOW why the oven of a rango Is heated KNOW how tho water is heated HOW tho top is heated WHY the MAJESTIC uses KNOW how a rango Is made ko little fuel may Inside and outside. This education serve you In tho future. DON'T OVERLOOK a chance to KNOW THINGS shown by ono who knows. COME. asxsrr Don't Overlook the Date. This Is A Special Invitation To You And Your Friends And Neighbors of -- ot-A-rjes frjehq E. P. BARNES & BRO., - Beaver Dam, Ky. "perceptibly." As a matter of fact, facts above show that we have nothNavies of the World. ing whatever to fear. have YOU noticed any decrease in The Navy Year Book for tho year the meat bills lately? HORNET STINGS Owensboro Optical House. Jt Is Just natural (for a Democrat 1913 reports tliat $800,000,000 was q spent In construction last year by the Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I havo used to belelve In the doctrines of by It. C. Hardwlck's as it is for a Mohammedan to seven great powers. Great Brltlan "lasses made enby the belelve In the Koran, although they leads the other nations ot the world. Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my maJabs tire satisfaction. His house and are both wrons. It's born Into 'em This was naturally expected, for Eng- chinery for maklnir lenses aro the Vriftnr acket of Moravian Falls once a mohammodan, always a mo. land will always maintain her sumost complete In the State, and he hammedan; once a Democrat alwajs premacy on tho seas. employs nono but experienced workJfoatb Carolina. a Domocrat. Contrary to expectations, Germany men. The Democrats admit that things was not second .The United States C. M. BARNETT. Xocracy Js redeeming Its njedses aro In one '1 of a fix, but they say came second, with Germany third Remnants. jJMf. exactly llko the Yellow Jacket 'the unsoundness of our money ques and France fourth. h There Js another significant gMwdrted Jt would, and if you see any tions caused it. But thats all Fine Woolen Dress Goods, Silks .Why not admit the trutji ture In the report, finished and all kinds of bright new materC?Bg la such "redemption" to cx-o- a and say It was the Tariff. absolutely last. aacur you arc welcome to shout. ials, in serviceable lengths, at strictA Washington dispatch to the New The . appropriation of Great Brit ly bargain prices. REMNANT STORE Jc&aod women of the country, mSaly waiting for Wilson's low-t- York Sun says the Democratic lead- ain was $236,000,000. The United 213 Allen Street, Owensboro, Ky. . MKt of living, have set about to ers aro going to prove by an inves- States devoted $141,000,000, Germany Bond Sale. to eU4p buildJkowar tie price of egss, and we'll hot tigation tha,t high cost of living and devoted $111,000,000 Notice Is hereby given that, the K kC3 Lhey moot with moro success Tariff have no rotation to each other. ing; and Japan, the stealthy, Japan Democrats , promised on the stump the. ambitious, Japan, held up to the Ohio County Board of Drainage ComQUai S Xvhole blooming Domocratlc last year that they would pass a Tar- world as the home pf the, yellow per- missioners will offer for sale at the A maji may be, as sincere as a Jien iff bill that would reduce prices to il, Japan who our pessimistic prog- courthouse door In Hartford, Ky., on The the housewife. Now lots of people nostlcators havo delighted to terrify Mnoday, 'Feb., 2, 1914, at 1 p. in., akhmfm' but woefully wrong. torafeS; V you just can't get these wll are bcslning to ask for explanations. the weak minded with, spent only bonds to tho amount of six thousand, dollars nlno hundred and olghty-nln- o iawJiixrats to see that their Tar-H- K It looks like somebody Ued, don't it? $47,000,000. Keep It over In mind that it "was This does not look like Japan con- and clghty-onc- e cents ($6,989.81) at are .all wheawhawed. MSiIw tho Democrats who chucked a Freo templates scouring the ocean and public outery to tho highest and be.st of tho Democrats say 3i with telling effect sweeping the Pacific. Q.lbjoH Is fco busy with other ma Trade brick-ba- t, bidder for cash. Said bonds will not Into tho. American Bible publishing The cry of the yellow perl! haa bo Isold for less than par, bearing 6 Cmxc thai Iw may not be ablo to t-- f been campaign matter for more tlum por cent Interest, and payable In ten rent of living till his sec-u- houses. Two weeks after President iWllson one politician. If It had not been for annual Installments, tho first maturStMUi. Did jou hear that? &. maa Js never too old to learn usigned "the best Tariff bill over writ the lurking shadows of the little ing in two years and one installment nite J& Is it Free-Trad- e r. tea" cabbago Jumped to 4 cents a brown men, where, .would Congress- maturing each succeeding year for It. siVs ii lot of empty freight cars pound. That's tho way the deuced man Ilobson and Senator James nine years. Tho proceeds arising Hamilton Lowls be today? from said bonds will ibe de Voted to fir laizAU- - Democratic prosperity. thing works. With a great gusto Hobson has establishment and construction of tho n mighty substantial sort Mr. Democrat, wo don't blatuoyou oK mxjcrlty to atand a Democratic for wearing that sickly lookintr grin. repeatedly shown to tho timid of the G. A. Barnes ditch heretofore esKssta Tmtlf. hiv without bulging at If our had promised to re- couutry how Japan could appropriate tablished by tho Ohio County Court, Cbtr Kaj-ua- . duce tho high cent of living and taul the pntlro Orient and consider it and tho said bonds will constltuto i.uI uvvvlMs, Mr. Fanner, ltow do made such a dismal failure at It, We" merely a cheerful exeiclso. In Eng- a frst lilon, subject only to the Hen land the same calamity, how Jnrs havo for state und county taxes, on the SMir, W; Mr. Wilson's cost of living feel ashamed too. imiruysS Alut It a peach? A subscriber wants to know what been playing upon tho V2ullsh mind, land herein; tho Bald drainage disThe )irV of cotton has dwindled all of those 2,01)0 idle freight card pointing out thp vast strides t)iat trict being owned by thq following dboia; u wear a sort of Democratic over the country moan when, com- Gormauy was making Jii Increasing parties: J. F. Collins' heirs, W, M. pared with like date last year there her navy. Germany ran third and Baldwin, W. H. Williams, Mrs. J. W. KajSTt-osldia-s of disgust aro coming was a shortage of l.b'00 cars. Well then is nothing to indicate i)iat Eng- Mercer, T, L. Chapman, Fanny B. twOx Yellow .racket from every Ji Bud, If you want to lenow wo'll tell land has any particular roason to Barnes, K. W. Austin. J. M. Moore, Hnorey Moore, John Chlnn and W. country from neonle who you. They aro being UBCd to haul fear. It was burjirlslng to tho old world L. Shaver. eroBuul at Uiomselvcs for belutr gull-- d tho Democratic prosperity about. S. T. BARNETT. Froq tq see the steady advance ujrulq by iky Democrat empty plodges IPut tho Slmmous-Undorwoo- d President Board of Dralnago Com'rs. nto jjsisr tho Donkey party eupiiort Trade law in u pipe and smoko It an the United States during tho year-ThV. S. TINSLEY, United Suites has done hut lit- Attest: ou cm scu the picture of an unfilled Clerk ot tho Board. tle talking, but with tho, completion 2Stl. I3a!e;i;hlrw turkey this year sold pledge In every puff. Whou It coino3 to reducing the of tho Panama canal tho administramt H n fowl, wit to hao Jieard the TiotfceT" MiiiTem).lc joliuclans last year tell tilth east of living, ain't that Slni- - tion has realized thq importance of . All persons having claims against Wmm Zltafi was gohut to be reduced Freo Trado Domo maintaining n defenalvo navy. of J. 11. Wllbon, deceased, they 'would crat Tariff Jaw a doublo-barrwimiM iavo thought hono t That Jaiwii, tho ogro of the east, tho taawpuo hogging at $1, Rut a uiu- -. We'd llko to see the color of tho should be tho last ol tho fcevem low- uiv horcby Jiotlflud to present them 4(iy lULnlifn l.i.llrxM-jpaBitf Jtt lUHJ j'WiHU ill4n. iUUIIVJVV fellow's eo who insists that living ers In tho nice for naval supremacy properly proven lo mo on or befuro lllUllil. tol-u'ben and hardl) uiiylnHly be is easier under this iWUsouism than It somowbat surprising, tor It has March ll, l'Jll. or the will bo barbeen generally understood that tho red. AIwj, all iorfcon8 knowing Uiem-tk.-l- v it uas under itcpubllcaulsm. dicni now. -t Indebted to a!d estatv by u$ un Wanted Anyone to toll Uio where naval programme of Japan A Jjfiuuficratlo exchange, In mi notit or othorulgo will please settle-bauiocr-- ojjyiao tlio wcal.iiss of 11 n abouU of "Lower Cent ol Living. laboratc one. by tho altovo date. Wo are uot by birth, tradition, m 'orU lxw, says tho Uirtntcn-- I Too child hat wandered off come MARY K. WILSON, Admrx. it luut al- - k hero and tho Democrats tear tho education or by force of our Mivjr., ;Jj4nVn of Argt-ntlnNarrows, Ky., H. R, 2. military natlp". but tho 2St4. loworpd the lomestlc market youth has l,cu kidnapped. SumeiH a , -- j iV SME TARIFF Free-Trad- Levy's Sale Continues To 1 Sit Aati-Free-Trd.- de J Attract Attention tom-myr- ot fea-Japa- n. i af-G- cr or ixt Presl-cJVes- C. i i Smart people know that the Levy stock offers better values now that it possibly can later on in January. As the season advances the selection grows smaller and then the dreadful cut in price is accompanied by a dreadful cut in values. Levys urge you that for good values buy now. This is not a scheme to get you to buy now, but merely a fact which your good judgment will tell you. Levy's prices are reduced as foltows: jc al il SUITS $37.50 Suits $25.00 Suits $18.50 Suits 315.00 Suits COATS are.. $33.34 nro... $25.00 $50.00 Coats '. 0,-k'- jrty aro... 16.65 $37.50 Coats are.. 25.00 are... 12 35 $25.00 Coals are... 16.65 aro... 10.00 $20.00 Coats are... 13.34 $15.00 Coats Thirty sport coats at DRESSES Any dress in tlio house one - half the original tho original price. at one-ha- lf are.. 10.00 price. Among other things Great value in a $3.00 ekirt for $1.98 in black, that wo offer as specials at this sale is 300 waists blue and green. used for window purpos$5.Q0 and $0.00 Ilat. es or stock soiled, that we will sell for 98c. for $1.50. C.nmei sec-&r'j- PETTICOATS WAISTS fcALr mons-Undertto- Us el HM in Lew's Sale and make it a rule to ut-m- . I ffl LEVY HABIT! IT PAYS -- v I - u i j Jriif i.JiAi'., w