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CONSOLIDATED ?S Subscription $1 per Ycr HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914. dents killed by the nnmlnts, Which made a record of thirty1 rats In a single shock of corn. Another township hunt Js on, and it Is bclclvcd that when tho series or contests lias endod 60,000 rats will have been killed In Hancock County. No. 2d HOME SOCIETY NANCE DISCHARGED ON EXAMINING DIG COAL DEAL IN TRIAL WESTERN KENTUCKY percentage to receive hp first prize and so on down to the lOUi. Tho dirrcrnct prizes are to consist or a purse subscribed by the busi ness men and citizens or Hartford. ISCONDEMNEB Buyer Will Pay Eleven Dollars for Top. County Meetings Will Tells a Straight Story. Alaskan Railway Act Passes. 'Washington, Jan. 2G. Dy a oto of to lfi, tho Scnnto .passed the 'Arailway laska bill, directing the President to purchase or construct 1,000 miles or railroad in Alaska at a costnot to exceed $40,000,001. Fifteen Republicans nnd Senator Polndcxtcr, Progressive, voted tor the Bacon, Hoke Smith bill. Senators Democrats, voted and Williams, 46 and Convincing Forward Ten Million Dollars Involved in Esquire Thomas Sanders Dead. Thomas Sanders, for Purchases Around r Arthur Nance, who was recently Henderson, Ky., Jan. 26. Twenty-thre- e arrested, charged with complicity In coal mines or Vcstern Kentuck the murder of Ed. Johnson, was tri- have 'iwissed into control or the Deep ed Wednesday before Esquire Ed. Water Coal and Coke company, char Days. Shown at the court house- and at tered ror $10,000,000, with headquartthe end of his story was ,Very prop ers In Evansvilic, and probably h:ad- i against It. erly glen his liberty. Count was op quarters In Henderson. . Wednesdays Owcnsboro Messenger The bill places upon the President ened by County Judge John B. Wil Among coal mines Involved In this, says. VVv responsibility for tho selection of the son who declined to sit In the case one of the bUest coal dajs it. B. OFlynn, an .jOwonsboro route eer confrom the interior buyr, has put In a bid for every of Alaska, tldswator to construction, because of some rumors ito tho ef- summated In Kentucky, are: the and fect that he had Bhown favoritism to Keystone Coal mine, Henderson; pound of tobacco held by the Conequipment and operation or leasing the. (8ldc of the defense, which he People's Coal mine, .Henderson; Bassolidated Tobacco Growers' associamay construct denounced as false. Under the law ket Coal mine, Baskctt; tion )n Daviess, McLean, Ohio nnd of such lines as he Spottsville or buy to constitute this route. The the nearest Justice of Pecae is call- Coal Mine, Spottsvlllo; 'Muhlenberg counties. Bluff City, powers are conferred ujion ed in to hold a trial or this nature Blurr.tlity; Corrydon The prices offered by Mr. O'Flynn broadest , Coal mine, tho President iln carrying out his when ror any causa the regular Judge Corydon; Wavcrlyteal mjne. Wav-erlarc irotn $11 to $G for leaf and cannot sit. Esq. Bhown happened to Sebree Coal Mlne),Sebrce; Rose lugs, and from' 3 to $2 for trash. duties. be in the court room andwas sum- Creek Coal Mine, Nebo; Bell Union' If ,thore Is any tobacco that falls Will Hitch and Fled. moned to tho bench and given (the Coal Mine, near Marion; Crittenden Under the J6 sample, It will bo We are in the, hitching and feed required oath. It ' was his first ex- Coal mine, DcKoven; the Sunset Coal graded for what. It Is worth down to ?t. If the tobacco Is worth fS or business again, and wjll be glad to perience on the bench In any manner, mine, Madlsonville; .the Coyle Coal $5.60, the grower will be paid that Bee all our old friends and many but he presided with fairness and mine, Madisonvllle; the River and new ones. Owing to high price or dignity, and made pretty, fair guesses Rail Coal mine, near Morganfiefd; price, feedstuff, we cannot charge less than on tne various points raised, by the thq Morganfleld Coal mine. Moreari- too OFlynn proposition, If acattornejs as to evidence, etc. Judge fleld;1 the ThomJJs Coal imintf, ,neir a 'salary, of $5,000 and inasmucM cepted, will call for the delhery of 30c for hitch and round teed. V. H. Barnes represented the Comll 'Va 'charitable. Institution vwe feH BLACK & BIRKHEAD, Morganfield; the Newburg Coal mine, all thu tobacco in Owcnsboro. For this' salary excessive. We find (tot ilartford, Ky. monwealth and the defendant's In Newburff; the Kington Coat mine,! W0LF1S KILLED " tobaca-outside of Daless county 24 12. terests Were looked after toy Attornejs; Morton's Gap. at a time when the Institution-- ym O'Flynn will pay tho grower an exCrowe and Woodward. The facts borrowing money for its support jQUtf Negotiations were opened this tra feo of 25 cents on tho 100 FAT CONTIACTS IN FIERCE FIGHT brought out did not differ mater- morning by representatives of H. P. d official was loaned pouadt for hauling It to Owens-bor4 ially frtfm those developed at the In Alien for five mines to be included ey hy tho board with to par-GIVEN CONTRIBUTORS quest and-- which have been published In' the big coal mine consolidation cnase a home, and he. was penaitWd-t"I lmd rothcr pay the jjxtra Indiana Fox Mutters Lot Vita rapayv same to the hcretprore, There was absolutely no of this field, making twenty-thre- e money to the fanner than for rentin extent of 4 evidence, implicating Nonce and the all. claimed' by him to have been spaal A als for warehouses at outside points able Dogs, 1st End In part at least, for an Improper Two of the mines now being conSucceed- - Court might have dismissed him at and frclsht rates," 6ald Mr. O'Flynn Costracter Tells tho. conclusion of i the (prosecution's sidered are located In The purpose of tnflueafe on Tuesday nbjhu the vicinity of Ailmals Life. testimony but his attorneys 'proffer- Provdicnce. All of4.be coal mines in lnT1eglalation to the end of er-leg.a-n tke tobacco Is sold to OTJynn h ed 'to let him tell his story and tho Henderson county, save two, have (toe Increased appropriation will Immediately make arrange- "Work. Court permitted Jt. It was a clear been collected by Sir. Allen In behalf Petersburg, Ind., Jan. "27. Link last session of the Legislature: innets to hondlo every pound of If convincing recital or his actions and or the Deep Water Coal and Coke Co. Mlley, Charley Mlley and ll la Owonsboro. Ho will then Johp Ool-vl- n, "We consider this a had practice e knowledge of the affair from the and one of these mines Is still unpart of the superinteBdeat, tho pool to the highest bidders, giv- fox hunters, living two raljes upon-'thAlbany, K. V.. 'Jan. 27. Testimony time Johnson came to his home on der consideration. and think the board should bejcriU-515e- a' lug west of this city,' killed a pralrte'.wpir t Mr AHen Insists that tho cash will three miles west of this city last' for JallowlnlTa Umof t5s ..Al ediiaJ chance. Tho tobacco Is to bo icuuiuK to snow mat ucmocraiiu cam New Year 's day to borrow a boat to ' . gradtd by whan delivered, the palgn contributors wero given big cross the river. At its closo he said be paid as soon as tho abstracts of night. The men had just bought a character, as the records show ffeat he knew no more, and If ihe was not title are confirmed by his attorney. number of fox hounds and were out he ;was given said credit ,wIthout an ruuciB BcrjtiiM uy uiu hkiict8. it contracts by the former State High Tho whole deal involves an Invest- trying them when the dogs hit a Itemized statement of his expense. Is a dispute over a grade, way Coinmsislon was added today in telling the truth, he certainly was there able to Impress one that ho was. ment In Western Kentucky, in or trail and for two hours chased on "Tho per capita cost of inalnfcesE' O'Flynn has agreed that Sales Man- the Osborne graft Inquiry. Dudley E. Van Wirt, a contractor, According to the uncontradicted story near Henderson, ot six and one4ialf animal thought by the hunters to be ance, as compared with other &B01X ager Uohson shall have the right to tutions, is grossly excessive. settle, all disputes, and that his testified that in l'Jll his company of young Nance, ho had no guilty million dollars, making It one of the a fox. contributed $5U0 to the Democratic knowledge ot the murder, and his con biggest coal companies in the world. "We find that the State Superruling will be final. Tiring out, the wolf finally stood The prlco offered for tho top campaign fund and rcceled contracts duct, under thq circumstances, was at bay and put up one of the most intendent maintains an pftlco up tshfl Road Working Contest. grado Jb $1 on the hundred pounds of about $10,000. In 1921, after con- indeed very commendable. He was bitter flshts ever witnessed by hunt for which ho pays a rental vof $99 9? Dr. E. W. Ford and other profes ers. Two fine, fox hound3 were killed month, nd. where he spends tk above that secured by the Green tributing $4,000, they got 'contracts the only witness Introduced for the RIvcr-Eqult- y pool a few days ago, approximating $70,000. All of these defense and at the close of his story sional and business men of Hartford ln a twinkle and two'more- were ter- greater portion ot his time whea laand is a hotter proposition on the contracts were signed by First Dep- Esq. Shown said he thought there realizing the. worth and Importance ribly lacerated, when the men dis- the .city: "It Is the opinion of your atm $G grade. weed under tho Mr. uty Charles F. Foley, of the High- was not sufficient evidence Ito hold of good roads 4n .this locality, have covered that their quarry, instead of taken up the question as to how being a fox, was a wolf.' With shov mittee that his office should he mainO'Flynn stated on Tuesday night, way Commission, and not by the him over. A writ 8 worn out sevral das ago best to secure them. The following els and clubs they rushed to the dogs' tained in one of the buildings of Nfe that In his opinion, the proposition Highway Commissioners. In the opinion of Commissioner charging Mrs. Josh Crow with tho solution has been handed us by Dr. rescue. Although, with Its lower Jaw Institution so that he could spead pft Is the best one that has ever 'been made to the growers. He has tho James W. Osborne, both the testi- crime ot aiding in concealing murd- - Ford to put before the people and broken, the animal continued the ot his spare time at the Institution, assunuwo of practically all of the mony taken today and at the former er was called In on tho, advice of if carried out Jn the manner pre fight, but was finally bit over the where he would "be in closer toucb with the ninaagement and the head with a shovel and killed. Onensboro buyers that they will bid hearing tends to show that John A. uommonweauns Attorney Kjngo on scribed should prove a success. of the institution. e Rules td govern Hartford's road on the tobacco after he has secured Bensel, State engineer; Duncan, 'W. the ground that such a charge could knows where, t'e wolf came "Out of the funds derived ftmm from, as it has, been, over fifty yteara tho pool. By O'Flynn handling .tho Peck, State superintendent of public not ie maintained under the statute. working contest. entire jkjoI he will be In a. position works, and C. Gordon Reel, former Sheriff Keown was on his way to 1. Ail contestants to register thoir since wolves were seen in this lo the State about f 60,000 worth, of real of highways, Greenville to arrest Mrs. Crowe when ' names and section ot road proposed cality, but in tho killing of the wolf estate has been purchased the UQe to give each buyer the particular State superintendent he was notified not 'to execute the to of which has been vested in a-- ! were guilty of neglect of duty in fey March 1st, 1914, tho mystery surrounding grado his trade calls for. Ibho disapa 3 1 maintenance, contracts In- writ with County Judge Jnc B. Wilson. pearance of a number of small pigs vate corporation. We have deroaaied Ih ldlUon Ho tho O'Flynn offer that this real estate be conveyed to 2. No contestant fpr a prite will and sheep has bcvit Bolved. the. eJRCUtfvo 'board of the Coneoll- - volving $3.0p0;000, which .weyelaward-e- d by Foley. be considered unless ho or they Only a few nl&inis affo the ani- the State of Kentucky, and yvur .dated Tobacco Growers' association, Urthday Sirfriie. , mile. mal made its appearance ln the sub- committee was assured several days" has bids for the entire pool from A birthday dinner was given aX work as much as Through Africa by. Bicycle. 3. No contestants will be allowed urbs of this city and almost killed ago that this would be done, but we Owcnsboro bucrs on a contract the home of Mr. Joe W. Parks Sun L. A. Wallace, administrator of day, Jan. 24 in honor of his father, to plow or dig his road 'bed. similar to that recently closed with three dogs, cutting them literally to have waited ln vain for the receipt4. Sinks may be filled or ditches pieces. Coon hunters for over a or said deeds, and have, therefore, tho Green River-Equit- y of Northern Rhodesia, has arrived In Mr. Peter T. Parks' 84th birthday. board England after a tour of the North- The dinner was gvlen as opened with aiiy tool, but the road month haro claimed that a panther been delayed in niakins this report control. liio prices tor tno ureon a surprise territory occupying .three to Mr. Porks and he was very much bed must be surfaced by the Splltt-Lo- g attacked their dogs on a number of to this honorable body. ,We recontn-men- d pool ranged from $10 eastern mh, .k. River-Equitwhich, time ho unless this 'conveyance is made during drag or some modification of occasions and all had quit hunting. to $C for leaf and lues and from month? e when he arrived at the that (the wolf and that all State aid to this Institu4'i to $2 for all trash. Tobacco that traveled mora than 1200 miles on his homo of his son and found a large it, preferably done while road Is wet, It Is now billcu-tion bo withheld and tho Attorney 6. Two or more may register and tho nanther nro tho same. Tailed to conio up tq tho No. 5 $6 bicycle. gathering ot his relatives, friends and I Mr. Wallace says tho sleeping sick- nolghbore thero awaiting work jointly on agreed section. sample is bstng graded at $4, Tho hide is being slutted anil the General be instructed to talus such him. While stops as are necessary fq yeowif 6. All work must be voluntary and MIloy brothers will have it mounted. The buyers who bought the. Green ness has proved to bo an indirect Mr. Parks lives with his sou, yet this property to the State of Ken" Rivcr-Eqult- y pool, luvvo annuonced blessing to tho Lulapulu Valley. More ho has been staying with Mr. John wnnoui oiner compensation tnan tne tucky. Believing as wo do, that ,tw Death of J. A. Embry. tbVy will not offer an likcraased than 25,000. people had been removed prize and tho good road. that Shown us an attendant for the past 7. Tho 'work will 1 from sleeping sickness Infection, and year, as Mr. Shown is t4 years old under the suAfter a lingering illness- - or many institution, under proper management, price fpr tho Consolidated holdings. pervision of T. H. Benton, County months Mr. J. E. Embry, ot Crom- caiuio or mucti good und would Salts , Manner Hobson, of tho since then there had been no now UIJ(1 feeble, bo of great benefit to the people at ,. fuoau engineer, or w. n Stevous well, died Saturday morning at Consolidated, stated on Tuesday caso, as a result oi tne iragrawon upaU nunibs., ahout fl5 night that tho executlvo board mill model villages have replaced tho old auloUK tjl0 ei,ief members were commissioner for district, who will , o'clock of cancer or the stomach and large, wo recommena m case tne coa- ' veancq or tno property ,1s consum- bo in session again today , and both native kraals. Tlie Jatest addition toMwJS Thomas Greer Ueorsu v.furnlsu Information und advice freely. kidney trouble. Tho burial took place 8' Tho Contestants fcwtll he allowed at tho Green River burying ground maioa inat me annua? appropnaupu civilization was tho Watwa Tribe, peo . of the piopositions will be carefully aud stophon llenuott At ot jo.wu uo niaoo, out oi wmenno ' . in tjm afternoon of the eamo day. gone ovu.r. Ho declared that a call pie wiho live Uko froga in tho un- - -11U nnH to select Judges. Tho conttAt shall bo decided upon Embry was one of the old clt- - salaries shall be paid. county Known awamps ot jako uangwouiu ln tlMJ n(t4irnpou a photograph of tho Mr. will probably bo made, ror "Wo bcllCvo $25,000 is umpjo to the I ol low lug percentage basis. Any izens of Cromwell, being 67, and was wno navo now tne "u,I,ra gUi.8tM was talcen. meetings ror minohers or we uon-iuana uvo on ary janu. dirt ro.td in or tributary to Hart- held in esteem by his follow men. pay for the food, the clothing, the solldated association for the latter, Mr. Parks will bo romoinbored by to Post- fuel, thQ lights, the medical attenpart of the week. many ps the discoverer of a inedl- - ford not more than five, miles from Ho was a brother-in-la- w Cas't Lose 'Em. tion, tho purses. the, cooks, and thi'r jbheConoll-datu- l the court liouso, will limit the field master R. 13. Martin, of tills city. "The members of oliie, which attained cousldi rahlo I'unio insurance, and .Inasmuch as tho In- The all stick. For years Bryan was aKsoclatlon have always Acted TMa u ,VT1..1(, ,,,.,. ,, of contest. letUut roultry Waited. has. other source of 10 pet. to party fjrst beginning his In perfect harmony on all matters," told to vet out of the lip mocrotio muw o, Dr v Vfuta. R;nui. Will pay tho following cash prices corao to pay proper salarieSj wo rqf &ikt Mr, Hofcaoa. "Whaterw kotloa pary. awrpny was viwiuwnaw w. dy am, nunufaoturca j,tmecif, Ho vorh ,.? t,. . 0 pcL' to "bectdon In best condi- delivorcd at my place of tmBUiesa omaionu tnuc uu be aono. tiuerm, nua , iu.cu enjoyed a couBhlenibhi trad,Q until tha taey niy tSke on thu twpiropo- - wave iifunmany M in- Monday and Tuesday, February & Qsd, to let go. A hundred otlit'r avians, In jity Opinion, wfljrbo'ppsp;, t compliance with ' recent lpgitilatloa tion luy Ht, 1914. . Mttice. " ' Uoally unkatoous."' tBca might 'he cited. Strong, men CAUHcd its nianufucjuro In a wnall wn; 20 pet! to longest section wprked aud S, 1911; All pcrbons having claims agaJnt .lie! by any party, Hens ,v to bo unprofitable. KiUiTwiTfcwwiMilats, hold on. 10 pet. to boat, drained suction ot Cocks .. "....." '. 6o(tho estate of J. Hf'.Vilaoa. 4ecibed WlH Hitch aid Feed. . Mc Hr0- hereby notified to lroMti theni Turkeys road. A. fjvo week rat Kbb lu Union Notice. 10 pet. to worst section to work. Geese lc properly. proven to me town&blji ended tastalbC'hcn the .W vl ih hkchlng and fwxl m.'ori,thoy wlU4lj? .iax- All penons kavInK claims ufaituttJ 10 pet. to tscction having heaUst Pucks .llo', ilarcn 213 awi and Jbojs eswi in the eon kwMwi Mfaln, and will ho cjad to IDo cjth' wd. Also, all persons, leno wing vvai- Guiaeas traffic. produced 10,38 'lut'tuHls. Tho pp ,pX ow old frtoadv find muny tho cutate of Geo. M. Maddc-3- , test 10 pel to section worked with the Egg Biuet present theiu to- - ino .. , loaers gave a diHaer tit'jho whinvm. Ipjyr oaw. Owing to high price of v..... market pricb selvw , Indcjjted to, sakj ostte y or most economical dray. BtIbc your Poultry, und buy our'note or otharwise will please, seOJr, 1 0a of tho moat remarkable Hgimf fdstuff, we cannot charge loaH than on. or before February t, 191, they will be foxever barrd.. credlivery Bcctlon may ulaughter. was a email for bitch ami rouad'.feed. Vim 'Seeds4 and l1oedstutt from me. same, by thv above date. 'In MARY U. WILSON, Admw. . I V. IVKIXIS, V. . MADDOX, it under each item mentioned. p weed ..by J. M. Hanmun. " 'j JllJiCIC & BIKKIH3AD. terrier . Ngrowji, Ky., U. R. 2U. Evhoty. m,' llnrtford, Ky. 2CM 'Mptv tlwn aW UiU wru ftpoi roi;Slt2. io- - tjigheat ,. UaiUcy. Ky. Thv flection receiving Consider Proposition In Few - y; four jears a Probe Committee member of the Ohio County Fiscal Senate Court, died at his homo near Cane Goes After Sehon. Run church, 3 nille3 from Olaton Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. He had been 111 only a few days with pneumonia when the end came. He Unless Deeds Are Given to ftwas burled yesterday at Cane Run erty State Aid May be burying ground in the presence of a largo number or friends. Esqulro Withdraws. Sanders term as a magistrate in Sulphur Springs district ended .with the. year 1913. He was a good citizen Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 26. The Hint and will be greatly missed In his Senate Probo Committee made tfee community. followlng report in the Matter of the investigation of the Km Methodist College to be Built in tucky Children's Homo Society; "Your committee appealed.. ;te InRome. vestigate tho State defftrtmonts tmA New York, Jan. 26. The Rev. Dr. Institutions to which an app'ropi-tio- n Ezra Z. Tipple, President ot Drew has heretofore been made, bee Seminary, speaking today or the an- leave to report as follows on jtfae Men' nouncement from Rome that his tucky children's Home Society of Ixw brother, the Rov. Bertram! M. Tlpplo, isvllle, Ky.; pastor of the American Mejthodlst "ThtsMnstftutlon receives 'from. C6 church of Rome had bought land there State an appropriation of ?50,09 Maon wh'ch to erect a groat modern col nually. We resret to say that w lege, said the purchase was. made for find little ln management oC the Board of Foreign Missions of the this institution the to commend. Methodist Episcopal cbu'refe- ia, "It pays Us State superinteaeC. to-d- 'H A o. high-price- mi' i$ f i l '" -- lift t ro-8e- .crjujcrthpiotaR -- W1-dr- en No-on- one-four- th y" ovor-com- u j,,,,, ,.,., .,.,. .,,,, ui it ,r,v . -- ,- ton - p, pnorl,re tk 'm)c get-soui- o . .i wling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY. The students who went to positions in July and August will earn $60,000 in their first year after leaving school, and this is almost $50,000 more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six. A course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Stenotypy, Telegraphy. Railroad Acthey multiplied their earning-powe- r ' counting, English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. v Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, S6LVING THE WIND Sfee Big Problem That Bothers i ite Weather Forecasters. DBBENTS THEY CAN'T STUDY ASnuashcrre Conditions Away Abov j ttav Eacih Are Beyond Their Reach I Am 'Consequently Unknown Fac-- j iUwatMoihadia of the Ancients. Tfce ever, the pressure within the area in question Is higher than outside It. the wind blows round It clockwise aud N called niitl cyclonic. One circumstance against modern methods or forecasting the weather A Request That Surprised the correctly outweighs all those In their winds that can be obfavor. The Sultan Abdul Hamid. served are all those blowing close to the earth's surface. What Is the effect of the currents prevailing at even TALE OF A BADLY USED TURK. n few miles above It. where, as aviators constantly declare there are even "holes" and "pockets" In the atmos-Ohere- A Truthful Account of an Experienco Until there Is more Informaat the Court of the "Illuminator of tion on this, meteorology will not be the Universe" That Reads Like a in exact science. Detroit Free Press. Story From the Arabian Nights. Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. Speculators in Sex. Speculators sometlnus win, but ece. nomlc and other laws are not niter ab'c at will, and the end of Hjiecula-tloIs nearly always the Wo nre going to end tin; commercialization of sex by taking whatever repressive measures are necessary, but speculation in 1' will always be a matter for the wisdom or folly of those Immediately concerned. Girls and bovs nnd pa rents will be responsible to the end of the chapter. Colliers Weekly. n same-bankruptcy. TOOK THREE GIFTS natchet. the sum of COO piasters and of the Koran." "Your desire Is granted." answered the sultan, "on condition that you explain the meaning of your singular request." "Sire." replied our hero, "with the 200 plaster's I shall obtain a divorce from my wife, the original cause of all my trouble: with the hatchet I Intend to cut down my peach tree, and upon the Koran I wish to swear an oath never to enter the palace gates again so long as I live." a copy ) Many fantastic stories are related of Abdul Qamld, the of Turkey, and his court. The following, however, came to me from a reliable source, writes a contributor to Chambers V Journal, aud once when I told the story In company one of my listeners told me that he personally knew It to be true. It Is worthy of n place among Scheherazade's famous tales. Not far from the sultan's palace lived a certain Ahmed Itushdi Effendl. one Our first step townrd nereemPiii of the hundreds of clerks employed at the sublime porte. Ahmed's duties should be to decline before we argue consisted of writing ornate ohlciul communications to provincial gover- An Ideal Woman's Laxative. For Frost Bites and Chaped nors. For this be was supposed to re- Who wants to take salts, or castor ISsst the meteorological department Skin. ceive a salary ot JU0 piasters (about oil, when there is nothing better than . tnfrrrn the advantage, as our ances-t&okFor frost bitten ears, fingers and $Si per mouth. If. however, he receiv- Dr. King's New Life Pil's lor nU of course, did not. of elaborate toes; chapped hands and lips, chil- ed this salary six times a year bn bowel troubles. They act gently and ami Accurate recording Instruments, blains, cold sons, red and rough, thought himself lucky. naturally on .the stomach and liver, "fltet SJeechl's meteorograph, together skins, there is nothing to equal Compared to many of his colleagues stimulate and regulate your bowels wtUfc telegraphic reports from weather government offices, Ahmed was Arnica Salve. Stops the In the nCJWhwm dispersed nearly all over the Bucklen's no and tono up the entire ajstcm. Price, pain at once and hea.'s quickly. In In comfortable circumstances. aawiac of tho globe. Its relative owned bis own bouse, so be had no 23c. At all Druggists. H. E. Bucklen snows perhaps that there Is every home there should be a box rent to pay, and he gave Ills leisure & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. slits a factor In the problem which it is handy all the time. Best reniody for time to cultivating the tiny garden Lowering the Price of Beef. all skin diseases, itching eczema, tet- that supplied his family with fruit attuameot Impossible to estimate. Sft Is the more extraordinary ter, piles, etc., 23c. All drugsists or and vegetable the whole year round. Consumers will do well not to the modern method of forecast-tin- s by mall. II. E. Bucklen & Co., Phil- Ahmed Effendl. not being ambitious, unduly elatod over the report Cfise .weather differs entirely from adelphia or St. Louis. j was a contented man. from New York that extensh e facil-tle- s With TtutC practiced by the ancients. In his peaceful household there was are being provided there for hans3V It was simply a question of time only oue discordant note. The cnuse dling meat luiiiortcd from Argentine Bond Sale. .tMt4 AMftiHi. or. what is the same thing. was a dwnrf peach tree in Ahmed's Notice Is hereby given that the ganlen that bore every year six or and Australia, the placing of moat on fTi appearance or disappearance of taiiUiin stars. Ohio County Board of Drainage Comeight mammoth peaches. Early In his the free list opening the way to profVJ3&M) ilesiod's husbandman saw the missioners will offer for saje at the married life Ills wife dreamed that her itable importation. The reason for POtitties he knew It was time for him courthouse door in 'Hartford, Ky., on husband would one day attain emi- being conservative In anticipation is nr Ais&a his harvest, and when they Mnoday, Feb., 2, 1914, at 1 p. m., nence and that the peaches were con- that tho same. American packors who saAtiScrty days later, his plowlug. This bonds to the amount of six thousand, nected with his fortune. control tho American :u;at business urisftt st.il! be a good enough rule for nine hundred and olghty-ntn- e Fifty times each year she urged him have established themselves in Argendollars irrotMBtries near the equator, where the cents ($C,9S9.81) at to take the peaches as an offering to tine, and presumably will soon have umtttAECQ of trade winds, which blow and elgnty-onc- e public outcry to the highest and best the sultan. "We are simple people." such a 'hold upon the business there In the direction In wriLBlorriiptedly would say. "Such magnificent as 'wlrfefc the sun appears to travel, bidder for cash. Said bonds will not she to prevent much serious competi1 us. Cnrry peaches nre not uund ortwre the monsoons, which In the be (sold for les3 than par, bearlngC pray thee, to forpalace and them. present tion with them on the part of outthe fuurifs east of Suez blow for six per cent Interest, and payable In ten them to the benefactor of the world." siders, iarlcularly as experts have inmalMH the other way, help to keep the annual installments, .tho first matur-- ( will not for some rciKJrtcd reply: ismbr, If not constant, yet regular. lng In two years and ono installment But Ahmed would conies to those who years be that there enough surplus beef for ex"Wife, no good 3 Hrtfter latitudes, however, there Is maturing each succeeding year for have relations with the palace. I, who portation from Argentine to effect sea enc K?h help, and he who would The .proceeds arising' have always been discreet, do not wish riously the prico In this country. En rtite weather must therefore eon-f- j nine years. trance, of American importers more from said bonds will ibe devoted to. to fall under suspicion." vMwwelf to tlndlug out what winds twenty years, AhBut at Inst, a feuwlng In other parts of the establishment and construction of the' med yielded toafter wife's Importunity actively Into tho Argentine market) bis In VBml4 uad when they are likely to G. A. Barnes ditch heretofore es- - and carried the beautiful fruit to the Is moro likely to cause a rise " Court, palace.- There be entrusted the peacharrawj Siln. Ubllshed by the Ohio County this country, because England will JtiM t'-- this, modern science still and tho said bonds will constitute es to the grand chamberlain, who. have to bid'hlgher for what she needs m.m , mainly on the observations made a frst lllen, subject only to the Hen knowing the sultan's fondness for Sip JIaJley, who discovered In the Wonderful Cough Remedy. for state and county taxes, on the fruit, promptly carried them luto the century during n voyage In land herein; tho said drainage dls-- j presence of the Illuminator of the Unl Dr. King's Now Discovery Is known tS5tcKviilcs how the sun so warmed the verse. The sultan graciously acceptuiln equator that the heated air. trlct being owned by the following ed the gift and commanded Ahmed to everywhere as tho remedy which will zurdng siCter Its manner, dispersed Itself parties: J. F. Collins' heirs, W. M. wait until he was at liberty in order surely stop cough D. P. jweni the poles n.nd wus replaced by Baldwin, W. H. Williams, Mrs. J. V. ' that be might himself thank the grow- Lawson of aEldson, or cold. writes: Toiui., eij&ti of cold air from the regions Mercer, T. L. Chapman, Fanny B. er of such splendid fruit. from the sun. Barnes, E. V. Austin, J. M. Moore. i It happened that the reception room "Dr. Klns's Now Discovery is tho .TMSa, which explains the phenomenon Enorfy Moore, John Clilun and V. whero the scribe awaited the pleasure most wonderful cough, cold and uj fttadV wliidH, was really the founda-as'rti- a L. Shaver. of the sovereign was Oiled with a suspected bomb throwers, and throat and lung medicine 1 over Bold baud of .c' modern meteorology, although S. T. BARNETT, for Ilalley, some fifty President Board of Dralimge Cora'rs. Ahmed was presently hustled away in my store. It can't bebeat. It soils with tho supposed revolu- without any trouble at all. It needs to prls-oJ.rer. to point out that, thanks to W. S. T1XSLKV, tionaries, lie was thoroughly confus- no guarantee." This Is true, because c&- U- irsuillon of the earth on Its own Attest: Clerk of the Board. ed by the rough treatment of the Dr. King's Now Discovery will ro-- l kinds of winds stray some 'Stl. guards and could only stammer: "I lievo the most obstinate ot cougns tiifcul frum their apparent objective. tater ilovo'B "law of rotation" was Try This Remedy For Rheum- urn the man who brought the peaches! and colds. Lung trouh.es qulckl.v I 1 am the man who brought the helped by its uso. You should keep ' t!?Wiii.r'I. which declares that in ccr atismFree. peaches!" jtinc .(&tiulcs the wind will nearly :il I want 'cry huffeicr trom nnj . lu prUnn lie soon became known as a bottlo In tho houhe nt all times for Turgrf.U'liow the sun's motion- - I. . w III 50c. gjjf&i fttitu N. through N. U. mid from form of iluHiumtlsm to try Hvuii-- ' "the muti of tjie pouches" ami was all tho mcmbci of Iho fainllv. j looked upon as a harmless lunatic and $1.00. All Druifglsta or by mall. SI te'lo S., completing (he circle l.i Itheuiuatio Itnuily Free. Alisolutely Ktf4 After many months tho suspected II. :. Bucklen ft Co., Phlladolphla No "xporlnmtu. iowAi from SJ. to N. thiuiigti the itKit will very seldom mote the sure, and quick In Its rebiijttf. It. bomb throwers, including Aliuicd. or St. Louis. twxvaa way. has rullCM'd thoiipaiids tlmiout u were htoiight before the ciluilnal 6ft&2((y, there pomes in ub.it I dozen dlffcriiit Htatea, ufforiu fro'.n court, lie told his btory to the Judge For Sale. It.tovta us the law of Hi my r.iillul. tho arious forms of rhuiunuUHjn, and mid it.sked that the grand chamberlain Good farm In Ohio county, near bo culled to coiilli'in his woids. The wtuW Is thut, In the northern iieini It will do tho Kiiui) lor you. Send judge granted his request and mm Harnetis Creole church, containing vpftssn. it one stand with niieV li.u-no money. Simply mull jour iuimi greatly surpiled when the dignitary l.'O ueres, all in cultivation except tttoifiUs-a.'lutho line of lower picisiire will tend you by told of the arrival of Ahiueil at the ." neres. tlood and address, and dwelling, barn waJiwys on one's left hand. Titos foabiea us to underlain! what return mall Free Trial Tackiigo of palace bouio months hw ui;il or his and nil In cooti repair. iiir mMstnl by the cyclonic mid luil! fills great roiimly for rhcmniitlsm. mysterious disappearance. Tim cham- Well untvreU mid in the oil belt. For scribe to his terms aud jiarticuinrs apply at this rtirfiifk- - dlhturbaucca which arc so You may not sou this offer in print berlain loot; tho alllU-tet3tQnr.it? uiuutioiied in the olllciul Send todu- y- H will save yau money own suit In tho palace and nciit to ex- office. ' plain matters to the sultan iSmtecnW an approaching us, general mid fiufltrJiit:. UAUXKTT A: SON, Agents. - The QrgTurt&ie Atlantic. sultan, sincerely sorry for the Iiir. J I. l 'JotS. EVANS.. unlucky mltulte. commanded the tH 'i(i)I.i nay particular spot the LouIhvUW', Ky. TmnslV AH'., ywwureta lower t,hau It U oul"lile it, chamberlain to promise Ahmed that FOR FLETCHER'S rU oriutf blorB round it hi the con 1)UV ou know tluit Crilomcl is any wish of lili should be fulfilled. Ahmed replied tluit he wmild accept i vjmuj iLIon to the hands tf a Mercurj, tuid tluit tx locrcurlous mrntdt ud Is called cyclonic fium the not one. but tlneo gilts, iiml that he tliut dewill mia tho f.jtsteju, whllf must name them to the Miltuu (!rlt;sb's &ultr behavior of the West Indian fecti la purely veginwrigf.ot imiued cyclones. ThU li Orisrsby'ti The sultan was much con- licious liver syrup, has tllsjilaixnl in nearly every home. Good etable, and can be used with jicr-lelowest prcekiiio to any cerned and ordered the.kcrlbe ushen.il ttaosse " for Ktown-up- s and cbildieii ullUo. Ask eafo)? Asli J. II. Wlillanis, into bis private ktuuy, M'i with his back to llie wind saOfiJd lD2y 1 ask lDy "Sire." bald Ahmed, for a J. 11. Wli;Uim3, Ha.rtCord, Ky. 4kaiuy c one's left liuud. If, how Hartford, Ky, -- Wished He Hadn't Spoken. The bored youth turned to his dluncr wmSim scientist oiiRht easily to partner, with a yawn. Vet it may he lils ancestors. "Who Is that strange looking man Is really more atsnartsO'l whether he over there who stares at me so much?" Bwwticesful in It than they were. The , be drawled. sasrftecrologlcul boasted department "Oh. that's .Professor Jenkln." she ttinie back that their forecasts of replied airily, "the famous expert ou TwcsBfecr-apublished In the dully press Insanity." London Telegraph. wtmn Justified by the result In r2 per set.rfithe cases recorded. As the Faith must become active through at correct guesses In n lewis must spring spontanelist, however, would works. extended ously from the divine life within the 4crctiy equal (be Incorrect, this, does souL-- C. W. Wendte. omft ww a very great superiority for mSmaAJl&c methods over pure sjonjee-Tflsjs- mnifi art f iiredlctitij: the weather wfcWi it Ib smiis at llrat Might the sur-tpnt- mix s per-nwi8- Apellet' Masterpiece. The masterpiece of Apelles wns the Venus Aundyomenc. "Venus ItMni: From the Sea." The falling drops ol water from her hair form n truupar ent silver veil over her form it cost t;i21..riOO and was painted for the temple of at Cos.-- ninl after ward, placed by Augustus in the tern pie which he dedicated to his lllus trious patron. Julius Caesar Part ot the famous picture was Injured and no ore could he found to repair Turk American. It-N'- ew sulli-gjkmt- 1 J In looking on at the Rreat iro"ont day spectacle of ,the emancipation of women, one Is struck li a certain rashness of Impulse that character izes tho women of the present. Today women of decent character nccopt Invitations freely, make undefined motor excursions ,wlth complete assurance. As tho phrase goes, "they get by (With 1L" One cannot ihoU thinking that to ninny girls the American doctrine of consideration I for women lias become not so much State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) an obligation governing conduct as I Lucas County. )ss. an opiKirtunlty for pleasure. These Frank J. Cheney makes oath that young follows arc to be "managed." ho Is senior jmrtner of tho firm of Under projicr supervision (that feIn F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business Investment male prerogative), in the City of Toledo, County and thulr acquaintance .will ylold perfectly safe dividends of "ood times." 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Then the I'astor explained that although there were Uentlle kingdoms loin; before Umel becnmcii monarchy, jet God recognized none of them, hilt entered Into covenant relationship with Israel only. After the verdict of our text was given npalnst Israel, to hold ood until Messiah's Iteign. then Di vine providence recognized one great line of These were given leasehold privileges covering tile period of Israel's overturning until the time for Messlali's Kingdom. The speaker then pointed out that Mo.es had prophesied' Israel's chastisement, and In symbolic numbers foretold that It would last "seven times." The Gentile Times, or years, are likewise seven. Rolh periods begin to count at the same time, and will end simultaneously. When these end, Messiah's Kingdom will begin Its Itelgn. Israel will be associated with Messiah's Kniplre as His em t lily peo pie Abraham, Isaac. Jacob and all the Prophets being mnde princes in all the earth, as promised In Psalm 45:1(1. Next the Pastor declared that God through the Prophet Daniel gave" us two pictures of the "seven times" of Gentile supremacy. One was a vision Shen King Nebuchadnezzar, who overthrew King Zedeklnh. It gives the worldly view of Gentile governments. The whole period was repre sented by a glorious Image, whose head was of gold. etc. Given the inilnter that Babylonia represented the head of gold, any school boy could show that Greece and Rome were the other Empires. The feet represented Rome ecclesiastical, with her daughters dominating Kurope today. Messiah's Kingdom Is symbolized by the stone which struck the imago on Its feet and decen-turh- 's i, world-empireMedo-Per-sl- report Ills Fcrnion from the text; "Remove the (Undent, and tulfo off tho crown: this Hhull not be the I same. lll overturn, overturn. It: until Ho conies whose right it N: and I will ltunsell Is today. We SYPHILIS, ESiFl.YSIIFfcESIj.A.S. TYrL.AJFLI, . 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Whero Are We Now The Pastor then showed that In Scripture u "time" Is a symbolic year. I. e., each of Its days Is symbolic of a year, lunar time 300 days. Hence times" equal 2520 years". Reckoning from tho date of Zedcklah's dethronement, we have 1015 A. D. This Indicates that In 1015 Messiah's invisible Kingdom will be In power, the Gen tile lease will have expired and Israel's disfavor will have ended. The Prophet Daniel foretold a great Time of Trou ble nt that time. See Daniel 12:1. The Scriptures teach that for centuries Satan, a spirit being, has exer cised great power amongst men an evil Influence which God has permitted, with certain limitations. Satan's reign has been one of sin; Messiah's Will be one of righteousness. Both Umpires are spiritual, Invisible to men; both operate through roan. The Pastor then set forth the Scriptural proofs that the Jewish "fathers" are to be "princes In all the earth." This Implies their resurrection at no distant day. 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Chicago, UL Paris Espotltlon, Franco March. 18X2 comnanr was clebratcsl Hr e reefing the most lacnicrai iaat aeiory inline wortu. walls) men wh special stlltng' ludajtaBrr. tv rendered ltnewiisaTy AV aro .isruiUajr l4lundtakt-larKingou- r inany- thoueandi. of sales but to learn all particulars IK will cot you onl tuct onetaac I tv postal cur4. rrlrUnc ukHaili.-ouroutpu- 00fn'w, AsKorCalakiw JSF-THE VICTOR -- : In'l w mnitj Ua ni hytsasp sr Uf tu I Birdjiml. It itUt pJtr. aDaa't tx ailila. M Mirawas. siI curt Caltait u Ur tapwM la Mur mM a4 ataa. waUMaar-frf- SAFE & LOGIC Our Stt Nw Homo. Capacity 20,000 Sales Annually. G1KCIKUTI, OHia Wj. Cnadldatos for matrliuony were 1,111 of health, both Fntrd nrcor.llrir to law nt otthe thPottcRIni ,lrctrii . lm, second H.rMor.l, Ky.. R tnnll matter vcnm nm, by j,orc(1ty T,oy tU' were to bo examined with more rlgld- nn army physician applies " & Proprietor C.U. BARNETT, Editor to a recruit. ALLISON BARNETTAssociate Editor If a man were an Apollo or a llor- culcs in body and a dub In Intellect, Address all communications to Jo was con8ldcred t0 ,,0 nll pntrIcly The Hartford Keiwbllcan. l)r0J,cr pcrgon ,0 bo u faU(,r of a family. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Tho supreme court favored the In- to n nr Solmcrll'rr ilralrlnR tho tcntions of the farmers of tho bill up ddrMxi mux give tho uM inldrww In mnkliiK thf to the point where they became crazj. rqnct. )lttlnriii Loral nml Notln-- 10c prr lino nod fc It declared the law unconstitutional per line for rath mldltloniil liuertlon because It was Impossible of enforce . ,, Ol.ltnntl. Isolation. nn.M'.ml of Think. r.--l , impi-rn-- 'known Jhc Wasscrman test. irttord Kepuoncan. wmiunot m)M to womcn Tho ex- - COL GOETHALS MADE JUST ONE TRIAL' 1; FIRST ZONE GOVERNOR Named ii mi ecsg3agnwii,n. i CHILDREN'S DAY During our Groat Majestic Hange Demonstration was extremely interesting. Head the answers of the children to the question "WlPy is the Great Majestic I he most durable liangd" Master Otho Hiirch Taylor Note' his reasons: was the prize-winner. by President Wilson to Take Effect April First. Washington, January -- " President Wilson todn signed nn executive order putting into operation on April 1 a permanent government for the Panama Canal Zone and naming Col. George W. Gocthals as first civil Governor. niiinpj iiimiiuivr Cbinih Nnttrm (or mrvlcc free, liat othtr ndrertli-enn-nto- , .V I"T line. cbnrch will receive no Anonymous communication JHTIIU , ... nttentlon. TEISPIIOITE . rarcccra' Cumtcrlar--i FRIDAY, JAXUAUY C. S.C3 CO ). Jt' a wise railroad its ownr these days. that knows John kind can keep a secret 'better than a sewing society. Knowing when to quit a regarded as Important to Wall Street That new elastic currency is likely 4o have its elasticity thoroughly tested. Congress-w- ill tie White around. not mark time while House drill master Is Scientific guesses about radium are IhrillinK, but they are subject to revision. let the legislature probe tor passing that "extra help" resolution. Now H-g- tlt " Jookjug id. ' I IB Aiorgaii is arranging to let fellows shoulder the blame, Ittaga so wrong. The Tammany crowd now begins to feel how it Js to be on the Obtained Office by False out--fij- de whole scheme, of llfo nnd the method of propagatlnB the human race which has existed since the dajs of Adam and Eve. Sex hygiene, eugenics nnd tho like had their beginnings in an entirely laudable purpose, but the iuoement was seized upon by faddists and faThe whole kers apd sensationalists. movement drifted Into a false theory because the end of tho teaching was not to prevent the sinful things from wiilch mental and bodily disease reprevent die conse sulted but to quences of sin and vice. Under tho system one has to bo as vicious as one pleased, but the 111 effects of tho. vlclousness were' to be avoided. Carried to its ultimate, the doctrine placed a premium uiwn reckless In viciousnoss because lndulgncce it removed the penalties for the practices. The eugenic advocate would build up a Godless race of men and women dead to all principles of morality .based upon a spiritual or ethical impulse. You cant ralso men' and women as yon do horses, sheep or cattle, if God Almighty had Intended for them to be reared in this way He d have raised them as horses, sheep and cattle. se w.-.ul- ,..,,., ,.i, ,,, will prove that we handle Secretary Garrison made the announcement us he carried away tho executho order from dio White House. He said Col. Gocthals had not yet been officially Informed, but that he would be as soon ns Ills name was sent to the Senate, 'probably some time today. Mr. Garrison said tho cabinet meeting was devoted largely to a discussion of the Panama canal government. Ho added that die question of tolls had not been discussed and that tho executive order merely makes provision for the collection of such tolls as are provided by law. The permanent government of the Zone headed by a civil govrcnor eliminates the commission, which is now In charge. Members of the commission are to be retained, however, until die oivenlng of the canal, as a committee In charge of fit for tho celebration incident to the opening, though without any administrative functions. Wo very best of Feed. W fort to procure only the siaro no ef- I the moM durable Itange made ! The CJieat Mnjc-tl- t' rauve It Is made til the wry bi"t material mid uses little fuel mill; the Kroiiomy of the linnit mint liculn In tin? lUlilicii. The Majestic lir.its li.tkc. perfectly iintl In Kwnt iiunntitles nml Is env OTHO llfKCII TAYI.OIt. to keep clean. .NO. .1 iii-kl- HAY, CORN AND OATS. .NO. 2 W are the (rent Mu.ctif Itailgi null uo think It l tho Itiume mi the market. It cooks with little coal nnd it Is easily heated. It Is one nf the easiest to keep clean anfl lrllit (iWHNIHHilXIJ CIIIXN. nm It won't Miup from heat. make 'them desirable. which possess all the qualities which I know where, when and what to buy nnd will gladly give you the benefit of my experi ence. Prices always lowest. XO. :i The (Sicat Majestic Itmisi Is the most durable because It, Is I id ii and lats the iiKt and cooks nml bakes the best. We linw HKXA MAP. Fl'gi'A. one ami that Is why I think so. XO. I The (itvat Macstlc llaiiuo Is the best Kange made Icause It Is made of the best material, because it tukes less fuel ntiij It has u tliermomelei' to icuuliito the heat. TIIKI.MA XHWTOX. m- W. E. ELLIS The Produce Merc hint HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY XO. ." The Great Majestic Itange is the most durable Itaiigd made because It is niiide of oixl materia! and will, last longer. It. Is lined with asbestos Itirrtnl and It does not take ns mucli fuel for the Majestic us for other Itangcs. If jou will take good care of the Majestic limine it will Inst a lifetime. The Majestic Itange lias iO Itl'TH STKVKNS. nice reserwlr to the stow. XO, tl The Great Majestic limine Is the most durable because It is the best Itane made. Thru the Majestic limine does not take ns) much fuel as the other rmincN. It bakes quicker than any other! I.OIMIK TAVI.OIt. ruiiRc. MAGAZINES -- OF- -- . Will Hitch and Feed. are in the hitching and ALL KINDS feed Pre- oth-f- r tense. Woodrow Wilson Is tank I rot a good President and we esteem him very highly; But wo Wish to indict Woodrow Wilson and the Democratic jarty for having obtained office by false pretense. The Democratic party, through Its speakers and its newspapers, pledged Itself to the poor man io reduce the cost of livlne. The main instrument .toward the. reduction mas to be a lower Tariff. Behold, tho lower Tariff lias been in operation several months and the high cost of living has not been re duced. Has not the Democratic party been guilty of cashing a politically worth-es- s check? Tho Democratic Congress has appropriated $20,000 to make inquiry in regard to, the high cost of living, while the supposition was that the Democrats knew just what caused the hlsh cost of living. It was the wicked Tariff. Wool Is on the free list. Who is buying his clothing any cheaper. Cattle and hogs and all kinds of meat are on the free list. Who Is buying his meat any cheaper? It is true tho. farmers are selling live animals cheaper, but the consumer receives no benefit. Wo shall Jiave moro to say on this subject as time goes alouv. Politics may be a great game, but it Is tlmo to have It exposed to some extent. Des Moines Capital. business ngain, and will be glad to! sec all our old friends and many now ones. Owing to high price of feedstuff, we cannot charge Jess than 30c for hitch and round feed, BLACK & BIRKHEAl), 24t2. Hartford, Ky. Ordered by ILER & BARNETT The Gieni .Majestic ItaiiKe Is the most durable because the most perfectly made Itaiio ewr known. It beats quicker.' lakes less fuel, lasts longer nnd bakes better than any other ItatiKC made. .It does not rust and Is nlr Uk''!. That Is more than you can say of other slot ex. When you buy a rniiKc jou have three ends In view economy, durability and the best for the least money. The nevt time you lime a Hane to buy, try the Majestic anil prove XO. 7 it I to yourself its good qualities, MATT1K In-s- 11 WiTZRIJ,. Agcntd ILERS' GROCERY or REPUBLICAN OFFICE if thousands Are Out of Jobs. In the citjes where the slaughtered Tariff was Roing to slaughter Mr. High Cost O' Living, thousands arc NO, HTlle Majestic Itkiixe Is lilntle of the t material in the world. The Inside of the Itance is nil lined with tho best of msImv tos. This makes it durable. The Majestic llaugc uses little fuel and bakes quicker than any other limine. Then the Majestic Ilanne will last a lifetime if you take proper rare of It. KIXMtKNCK XO. 0 t like How does an! Prof. Taft manaue to 'accumulate 35 parrs of trousers. Though tho Mexican war had a tood start, the Calumet strike also promises to last well. t"the Fashion-decreestha- """ Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. TAVIOIt. clothing -,- lor men shall we be plainer. The men plain enough "now. - out of jobs and the cost of living Is oven higher than before. The Tariff was not tho cause of prices being high, as the people have now found out, but to slaughter and monkey with the Tariff did havn .tn do with fobs' that havo been lost, and this, too, 'X the people have found out. Upper Sandusky (O.) union Republican. The Majestic Hangc rook belter llian any other kind. It is of a better make. It lias a riftcsni'K&llon water tank. It In tin! best ranxc made. AUMK MIIJ.KIt. XO. .10 The Majestic flange is made of old. time iron and they are the liest stoes made. They arc handy and you run rook quicker than with other stows. They have closets at the top of tltc Move. They have a, place to keep hot Hater. You can rook more than the others. They are made of better materials than other stoVe. WIIJ-'OR- J. c. ILER ALLISON BARNETT HODGES. Is a good thing the present refrains from probing the gets of Us predecessors. ' .' It -- says the but never a word about oil or gasoline.. John D. Rockefeller 'tax is too-hig- in-co- I Ca the olden times a wife was refunded as her husband's better half, flow she wants to be the wiholotblng. W"alt Until women learn how to reform iheJr dress, It seems unwise to ask tfcetn to help the men reform politics. Getting married under the now eugenic law In Wisconsin is so difficult that many of the young women have quit trying. A Missouri judge has decided that the husband Is the boss of the home. When this Judge gets married ho will find out tho truth. "Newsiniper reports say tliat Scna--lo- r Olllo James Is having troulilo with his oyo sight. No doubt some Don't n XO. ns well aS all over he world. It nes very- - little fuel and In easy tH keep clean. If cared for Hell, It will last a lifetime. RMa IlKMiK AUSTIN, i II The Majestic RaBRe-- tjl. it XO. 12 The Great Majestic Hange is e Is made of the Iron. old-tim- the most durable because, YKRA HUNTSMAN' NO. J!l The Majestic In the most durable Ilanfce because It inbuilt on honor, of the very best hammered Iron. It cannot break, and does not rust. MJCILK IIUHTO.V. XO. 14 The Great MaJeetic ItunKc In more durable titan any other Range because it bakes ierfectly and heats an abundance, of water. It is lined witli asbestos lioard. The Great .Majestic Itaage Is the standard. (Xo Xame) XO. 15 The Great Majestic is the most durable because it N supposed to be made of the very best material. WAYI.AXI) ItKXDKIl. XO. 1 Forget , made if "the Fairs1 Big Kum Oown The Great Majestic limine is most durable because it is e iron that Is xood. ('liAl'l)i: HUNTSMAN., old-tim- XO. 17 The Great Mujcstic Jtaugc Is the most durable e made liecause It is made of the durable iron. old-tim- Hano OltVlli HUNTSMAN. Kentucky Democratic pie hunters can now account for being overlooked. Cheapest of Claptrap and Dema- It is lfardtoTuiderMand a mini- mum wage of $11.00 a day for governNotwithstanding Democrats tho ment employes, unless Uncle Sam have passed their Tariff bill, and busiis going into the automobile that it has been in oicratIon some ness. little time, the truth, according to hen Evidently-tho-is offciial statements issued iby tho Dewith the egg trust, or she would hao partment of Agriculture, Is that the taken advantage of tho inljd weather price of food stuffs has y reach to Jay by something for a hard Feb- ed tho highest point In die history ruary. of this country, and the prospects are lsai7cxamplo to tho iWil-o- n that they are golnK' sbil' higher. Mexico administration on how to reduce Tho Democrats cannt hide behind the cost of living. Down thoro they the statement that tho Tarllf bill soajply reduce the number of those hoas not been In operation long enough to bring results. K has certainly had Jiving. effect In other lines. Like all DemTho Kentucky liouso of Rcpreycn-t4vc- s ocratic Tariff bills, it has slowed Is probing everybody, .but Mown business. It Is already operating wfcen a resolution was 'introduced Vy dlsasterously In the steel and rion, Representative Price asking a little the cotton and wool and shoo, and probing of lobbying and making some other great brandies of Industry In veiled Insinuations against tho Ilouso America. moabcrs, they went straight up and Time Is developing tho fact that came hear expelling tho said I'rice. tho Democratic party has onco axaln Looks ns tliough they were just a fooled another generation with tho skinned." little "thin ling" cry, and they r have fooled it badly. Already time Cnmob Sense Against Hysteria. Jus demonstrated that the Tariff bill Tfeo suprcino court of Wisconsin has is not Koine to improve the hardships .bom 'bo first body rto assert Its com- - put upon the Amerclan worklngman , a.W'eenfeo in dealing with the to provide himself and family with of euKonica that is sweeping the necessities of llfo at the present tfcjipugh the minds of reforming bach- - high prices. In fact, the Tariff bill ' tlom, old maids faddists and husband Is going to take away from him tho M4 jwlves who want no children of Isg oing to take away from him the their pwn but desire to practice their opportunity to work and earn. notions on the children of other k- The "bugaboo" that the Tariff was responsible for the hlKh cost of livThe Legislature of Wisconsin pass- ing has been exploded. It was the ed a Jaw that every man desiring to cheaiest kind of claptrap and dema4 married must submit, Jo, what i gog'. Manchester (N. H.) Mirror. lusion to-da- gogy. and Remnant Sale Begins Thursday, Feb. Sth. This Sale has always been a time of to the buying public and this one will only be an exception in one way, and that is, it will be the MONEY-SAVIN- G NO. 1H Tho (Jreat Majestic Haiie Is the most durable liecause It is mude of the liest materials. It takes less fuel ami It' has a thermometer to regulate the heat. j.;. . XKWTON. NO. Ill The Great Majestic Range Is most durable because It is made of the best malleable and charcoal Iron. MARION NO. 20 HUMMAGK. The Great Majestic Range is most durable liecause it Is made of charcoal Iron that lasts the longest and uses the least fiieW FRKI) KUsJOA. XO. think the Great Majestic is the most du cable Rango made because It is a good cooker and made of good material. 1IURKRT FKTKHH. NO. 22 The Great Majestic In the most durable range made' because it U fyade of the liest materials and uses less fuel. GTM1ERT DOSS. NO. 23 The Great Majestic Range Is the most durable made because it is made of the best material and because it takes less 'fuel. It has a thermometer to regulate the Jieat! '' I KMiAY MAY IfOCKRR. NO., 21 It Is made of better material than any other Move .ami ma staml more use and wear, therefore it Is the most durable Itaugo ,d0, MAUHICK TAYLOR. , NO. 25 The Great Majestic Is the most durable Range bemuse it U.tne best. . WALLACE CHICK, XO d The Great Majestic Is the best Range made because it Is built of malleable and charcoal Iron. K; B. OLDHAM. Majestic NO.;fl7 The ,l,o bioh durable because made of the best material and Is the best cooking Range mad,'it 1WESLKY TAYLOR. 211 - "hlgh-cost-of-l- U biggest event of them all. Don'fbemif-le- d but wait for OUR BIG SALE. Remember the opening day, Thursday February 5, and that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Git (hys-.ter- ltt JlX&7&(?0 E. P. BARNES &BR0 BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY; J "- - '! I CLEVE ILER 'S PRICES. COME DOWN Sale Starts Saturday, February 5 f AND CLOSES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. I WANT One Ono Ono One 100 lb. 100 Hi. 100 lb. THESE PRICES TO DO 1 1 MY TALKING, SO Mop Rln&er $1.50 No. 2 Lamp, complete 30c 1 No. 2 Kitchen Lamp, complete 25c 20 lbs. Navy Beans 00c 1 1 HERE GOES: Northern Fotatocs by the bag.. $1.10 Cabbage by the 100 lbs $2.50 1 Soda by tho keg, per lb Bacon by tho side, per lb ,15c 1 can puro Hog Lard $6.00 1 tan Vlssmian's Lard $6.75 6c Crackers by tho box, lb 1 Carton 18 packages Best Oat$1.35 meal 1 bag Bliss Triumph Potatoes.. $3.00 1 bu. Blis3 Triumph Potatoes, i $1.25 l-- $ -- v. bag Musslo Shells.... 7Gc S5c bag Chicken (3rlt has Chicken Feed.... $2. 15 case Capitol MaU'.ht'H, 72 $2.25 boxes One box lOp cakes tannox Soaii $3.10 Ono box 100 cakes Ivory Soai..?3.S5 'CO cakes Cleancasy One 1k Soap $223 25c 3 Largo Mackerel 25o loz. Jumbo PIcIsUm 1 40c Hroom 3tc 1 35c broom :..30c '- C3c Shoel 50c COc 75c Garden Fork 1 40c Coffeo Pot 30c FOR THE FIRST THREE ONLY Coffeo Mill 5 lbs. Keg Soda 1 COc ,...500 '...10c DAYS 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 35c Moj 23c .Mop 35c Coal Hod 25c Coal Hod Gal. White Syrup Gal. Red Syrup Gal. Pure Apple Vinegar Gal. N. O. Molasses .... 30c T..20C 30c 20j 45 IOC 25c C0c 1 COc 1 Tub 70c Tub 50c, COc COc 1 I 75c Coal Shovel 10c Cakes Toilet Soai 25c 4 No. 2 Lamp Chimneys 25c 3 Large Chimneys 23c 3 lbs. Kvaporated Peaches 25c 3 lbs. Primes .'. 1 35c Gal. Oil Can and Oil 1 Large Hox Oatmeal, with China 23c 3 lbs. Loose Ilalslns ...25c 25c 2 lbs. Chocolate Candy 15c 2 lbs. Stick Candy 5c 2 Packages Best Wax 15c 2 Packages Stovo Polish 7 lbs. Snow Flake Hominy . ...23c 25c 10 lbs. Crushed Hominy ONE OF THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTS OF ENAMELED WARE IN HARTFORD TO SELECT FROM AT COME DOWN PRICES. $1.93 Oil Can and Oil 1 3 2Mbs. Gran. Sugar $1.00 100-lbGran. Sugar 4.60 100-lbBeet Sugar 4.50 s. s. 1 1 COc 1 Oil Can and Oil $1.40 Lamp 30c G5c 75c Latcrn 1 No. 1 Lantern 1 G0c Coffee Mill 40c 50c One Barrel of Best Flour in Wood or Cloth lbs. French Breakfast Cof$1.50 fee 10 lbs. Pcaberry Coffee $2.00 4 lbs. Chase & Sanborn Coffee. $1.00 5 packages, F. B. Coffeo $1.00 1 doz. Cans Lye 85c 1 doz. boxes Capitol Matches.... 40c 1 doz. sack's 45c Salt 10 cakes Ivory Soap 40c , 10 cakes P. G. Naptha Soap.... 40c 10 boxes Washing Powder 40c 1 doz. Toilet Paper 45c 1 dpz. Asst. Spices .35c 1 lb. Ground Pepper 20c 1 lb. 1.00 Tea 80c 1 lb. 80c Tea 60c 1 lb. 60c Tea 40c 2 lb. 25c Axle Grcese 45c 1 bu. Meal 95c Navy Beans by the bag per lb.... 4c 10 CANNED 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 GOODS. case 2 doz. Corn $1.60 case 2 doz. Climax Corn. ...$2.50 case 3 lb Tomatoes )$2.40 case 2 doz. 10c Peas $1.75 case 2 doz. 15c Peas $2.60 case 2 doz. Kraut $1.85 case 2 doz. Lye Hominy $1.60 case 2 doz. 25c Peaches. '..,$4.75 1 doz. 10c Salmon 90c 1 doz. Pink Salmon $1.00 1 doz. 20c Red Salmon I... $1.75 1 doz. Bon Bon Baking Powder. .85c NO CASH REGISTER TICKBTS GIVEN ON THIS SALE . i ' ;,' i TUiz k . an - C.fU Pk rUittitt Ilnwn Snip , fin v r, ': Do npj, fall orhear Miss Cora, leo Smith at College Hall on the even" ing of Jan. SO. Misses- - Irene and Claris .Ward, No Creek, students of Hartford College, were, pleasant callers .Monday. vis-iti- Please , Tin n't Ask for Credit on These Close Prices. Thanks. 2 x Mon-twoell- Hartford-Republic- FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. M. H. . 4 II I? fll Miss Suslq May, who lias bene her 'brothers, John and (Marshal ' May, of Texas, has 'returned home. Aug. 21st. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. Will give good reed and hitch for dally except Sunday. 30c. Your patronage will be appre No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. ni. ciated.' COOPER & CO., dally except Sunday. Hartford, Ky. 24t2. No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoover, who dally except Sunday. boon sojourning In California 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. m. have No. for tho ast year, have returned to dally except Sunday. this city. n. E. MISCHKE, Agt. Will give good feed and hitch for 30c. Your patronago will bo apprel.ook for W. E. Ellis poultry ad. ciated. COOPER & CO., In this iaper. Hartford, Ky. 2412. Dr. Jess Bean, of, Olatou,, was In Mr. and Mrs. m7D. Tlayncs, who town yesterday. have been visiting relatives In Indiana, iliavo returned to Combs, Dukohurst, was Esq. ,. Hartford. hero Wednesday. Mrs. Aljcii, of Hawcavllle, who has Owens-borMr. E. E. Blrkhcad was In been quite 111 at tho homo of her jestcrday. daughter, Mrs. Jojm U. Wilson, ds Mr! T. P. Johnson, Olntpn No. 1 improving. was In the city yesterday. Will give good feed and hitch for Miss I,ouIso Phlpps Is visiting rel- 30c. Your patronage will bo appreCOOPER & CO., atives In Nashville, Tenn.. ciated. Hartford, Ky. Mr. Birch Martin, of near town, 2412. was In to see us Monday. Mr. HooreTlvWams.ToU last FriProf. W. H. Hedrlck Is, quite sick day for Starksvlllo, Mississippi and other points in thq South fin a prosat his home on Union street. . pecting trip. Mrs. Will Nowbolt, who has been Miss Cora Leo Smith, .the gifted ensick, is now recovering. . very Col lego Hajl for For Service, cleanliness and satis- tertainer, will be at Literary Club the Hartford Ladles faction, visit City Restaurant. Jan. 30th. Don't fall to go. Miss Clara Robertson visited Mr. W wjll start in Saturday mom-I- n Rtlcy Sunday.''and Mrs. Lewis next soiling best "Granulated SuEsqulro W. S. Dean, Dundee, was gar I s. at 2Mbs. for f'l.00 cash, o,r ln..town Wednesday, on business'. for $4.50 cash. Mr. J. C. Rlloy returned from a LIKENS & ACTON. ' business trip to Owensboro jester- SALESMAN WANTED to Jook afi-day. . our Interest In Ohio and adjacehti Rev. .Pettle' delivered two excellent counties. Salary o- - Commission. AdHermans at jthc Baptist church last dress Ths Harvel OU, .Co., Cloveland.i Sunday. Ohio. We, just lovo to serve you. When In town don't fall to call ' ' City Restaurant, at he W. A. Wllkcrson Restaurant James Ly.ons, Proprietor. (Rosenblatt old stand) next dpor U ' Centertown, Bank of Hartford. Meals servtAl at Mr. J. B. Stogner, ' , paid our office a pleasant cal while all hpurs. Vidnesday. fcero Toe. Vilkerson Restaurant Is new r" Mr. Perry Keown, Clotis, New ly furnished throughout and the best Mexico, is vlsltlnif his parents, Mr.- to be h4 In the market to cat is at your command day or night, at reasC. P. Kcown. nd Mrs. ii Orvlllo Brown and.Selby onable prices. fri MCTBrs. oatlit streets of of McHenry, called to Hartford a 'Gold VaUrti fob. Sauie us while here Tuesday. In bell shaiio and of gold. Fiuder Bindley, ,of Matanjtas,. Mr. John please return to me or Republican the, guest of hi sister, Mrs. Frank PERRY MARSH. office.. Reward. Union strost. .Tlchenor on, L. ft N. time card effective Monday Vln-cinno- s, o' 100-lber " LOST-Somowft1 ft E. lailroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. ! Messrs. Joe Marsh and sons, Perry o, audvWill, left Wcdnosday for Ok la., whore they .will continue their work as oil well drillers. Those gentlemen havo mode a good Impression on 'our pcopjo who are sofry to ''see them leave. They are masters of their' profession and nve wish them success in their new Mrs. Thornsberry, who has been field. , spending the last .week "with Mr. and By special arrangement wo are enMrs. M. A. Faught, has returned to abled to offer tho Womans' World, her home In Owensboro. Homo Life, Green's Fruit Grower Mr. Ieo Robertson, who has for and Farm Lire, rour splendid monthsometime been employed In lxmis- - ly magazines, together with ono vllle, has resigned his position and years subscription to Tho Republicis at home for the present. an, for 11.25. This holds good for Square meals, lunches, hambergens- -. either renewals, old subscriptions, or anything you want in tlie eating lino to now subscribers. You cannot aftf. at Earl Barnes' Restaurant. Prlcqs ford to miss this bargain. reasonable, patronago appreciated. .Miss Cora Smith lb bomethlng more SALESMAN WANTED to look aft- than an Elocutionist. She Is a Ph. er our Interest In Ohio and adjacent B. graduate of tho University of Chl-- i counties. Salary or Commission. cago, and has devoted herself to the dress Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland O. serious study of Literature tlji she o not only canxlmpresonato a characMiss Mary Worren Collins and Schlemmer will leave in a fdw ter and act a part, but can also Indays for Cannelton, Ind whore they terpret literature. She Is a cultivatwill bo the guests of friends and rel- ed and charming lady, well equipped for carrying out her hUh Ideals In atives. her chosen field of literary InterpreTaylor and Son's presentation of R. S. HYER, LL. D. tation. tho "Star or Bethlehem" at Ur. Bean's Presfdent, Southwestern University. Opera House Monday night brought Miss Smith will appear out a fine audience and all were well Hall Friday night, Jan. 30. pleased. Shcrlfr and Mrs. .3. O. Keown Horse For Sale. attended the funeral and burial of r. Work horse for sale on time. Call Richard Plummcr of Prentiss, iwhlch at Hartford Mill Co., Hartford, Ky. ,., . tok plac- - at Liberty Monday, JanuWhen that apetltlng, hungry feel lngstrntes you head for Barnes Res? taurant. It. costs you llttlo and the reward is great Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, of Con- cord, were the guests of Mrs. Thorn as' parents Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Schapmlre this week. Ger-trud- Quit Calomel; it is dangerous.- Try Grlgsoy'a L4VrVer-Lathat vege table liver syrup guaranteed to pros duce even ' better results 'than caloelectrical engineering department of mel. It is absolutely 'harmless' and the University of Pennsylvania, to pltaaant to take. Any child can take design and build an electric light plant it with safety. Ask J. H. Williams, operated by a windmill, for use. of Who Hartford, Ky. lD2y Hope, Episcopal .Mission at Point Alaska. Point Hope Is more than 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle, where the polar night continues several months each year. Tho wind velocity aver ages, twenty-fiv- e milos an hour. The temperature in tho winter moraUis ranges from 35 degrees to 55 decrees M. A.JAUGHT, JWgr. bolow zero. x, Wind to Light Night. Tho winds ithat"biow n Norliwrn Alaska arc to be harnessed to, light up the long polar night in the cause of rcllelon. Bishop P. T. Rowe of the diocese of Alaska, has authorized Dr. W. E. S. Temple, head of the claimed that it was the wicked Tariff. WatorJoq,vi;il.) ( Republican. forme-l- y MI IB for High Grade I .1 Owensboro Optical House. ro Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used "lasses made by R. .C. Hardwlck's Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my en-tisatisfaction. His house and machinery for maklne lenses aro the most complete In tho State, and he employs none but experienced workmen. C. M. BARNETT. e Over 18,000,000 pounds of meat wero Imported rrom Canada, Argentine and Australia In October and November. This is three times as much as was imported during the entire year or 1912. It is up to tho Democrats to tell us why meat is still high. They ary 2C. Dodson Park, 27 years old, who resides near Horse Branch was tried InJu'dgo Wilson's court yesterday afternoon and pronounced of unsound mind. He will bo committed to the' , asylum at'Hopklnkville. Mr.W. A. WUUeron is again in the restaurant business. Ho Is In the old Rosenblatt stand noxt door to the Bank of Hartford. He is aji experienced man and can serve the. public In a satisfactory manner. Give felni a call Good 'Magaxlues should bo regular Visitors to every homo, Her & Barnott are the exclusive agents la Hart ford and vicinity and will take "reat pleasure Jin .handling your order. Write for catalogue and other information. Send us$1.25 and receive the Hartford Republican one year and, the WuaM; World,' Htwie Life. Green's Frik. Mrpver aa4. ftara Lifer four sgXtmM monthly, .magazines, either one 91 tem worth jtao price, If we do not soon hear from .you you will Official Call For Mass meeting. Owensborp, Ky., Jan. 28, 191 4. To the Members of the Consolidated Growers' Association tlontle-meTo-biuj- co n: i ' 1 , , , You are hereby officially requested to meet 'In Owensboro, Daviess county, Friday at M o'clock, January 30, 1914; at Calhoun, McLean county, Hafitfod, Ohio county, and Bre- .. Factory Representative t HARTFORD, KY. 5 Pianos, Player Pianos'! and Organs LA TEST SHEET MUSIC. t Write Us for Catalogues aid Trices. Easy Payments. t county, Saturday, JQ o'clock a. ta., for jthe propositions that will be submitted to you at thq above meetings. We recommend that no one. but those having ixtoled tobacco with us he allowed to vte In the above men, Muhlenberg January 31, 1914, at f meetinsjB. ' '' TOBACCO CPNSOLIDATED ERS' ASSOCIATION. C. J3, HOBSON, GROW- t ; Drink the best. The delightful refreshing qualities a of has placed it in the front rank in the soft a drink world. is made for people who appro-- 1 quality. A blena of twentv-thre- e ciate of the choicest materials in the world that go to make a soft drink. Don t accept a substitute, get the genuine. Sold at all sole drink'stands. Carbonated in bottles 5c. Bottled Ka-KoKa-Ko- - ' , . Managing Sales Agt. OCL1E BOULWARE, H. G. HEAL, T. N. DIVINE, ; locally by BOTTLING WORKS. , ;i HARTFORD Hartftrd. Kg. V 'J,r, T..WESTERF1ELD, ",' Executive Board. Z. zx LIVE WIRE VICTIMS. BUSSORAH A A FILTHY TOWN. POETRY TRULY GREAT. Quickness In Rescuing Them From Contact Is Essential. For his own bcnollt Mini tlmt of his roinrmlcs tlio scout eliouhl know how to avoid accident from electricity. The third rnll Is always iliiuneious so do not touch It. Swinging wires of nny kind mny Foinewlicro In their course be In contact with live wire. bo they should not lo touched. A person In contact with n wire 01 rail carrying an electric current win transfer the current to the rceuor. Therefore he must not touch the unfor tunnfo victim unless his nvn hody thoroughly Insulated. The iccuer inii-- t oct very promptly, for the (lunger to the person in contact is much increased the longer the electric current Is ul lowed to pass through his hody. II possible the rescuer should insulate himself by covering his hands with u mackintosh, rubber sheeting, several thicknesses of silk or even dry cloth In ndditlon. lie should if possllilu com plete his insulation by standing on a dry board, a thick piece of paper or even a dry coat. Itnhber gloves and rubber shoes or boots are still safer, but they cannot usually be procured quickly. It a live wire Is under n person nnd the ground is dry it will he perfectly afe to stand on the ground nnd puli him off the wire with the hart hands, care being taken to touch only his clothing, and this must not he wet A live wire lying on u patient mny be flipped off with safety with u dry board or stick. In removing the live wire from the person or the person from the wire do this with one motion, as rocking him to and fro on the wire will increase shock and burn. A live wire may bo safely cut with nn nx or hatchet with dry wooden bundle. The electric current may he short circuited by dropping a crowbar or poker on the wire. This must be dropped on the side from which the current is coming and not on the farther side, as the latter will not short circuit the current before It has passed through the body of the person In contact Drop the mctnl bar; do not place Jt on the wire or you will then be made a part of the short circuit and receive the current of electricity through your body. From ""Boy Scouts of America." I . LINCOLN HI AND THE DRAMA. . Liking For Tragedy and His Curious Choice In "Hamlet'' Lincoln liked the drama. Perhaps If be bad not liked It so much he would bare lived many years longer, since tbcnvlso be would hardly have put himself In Wilkes Booth's Way oil that Btal night In April, 18C3. But he aerer pretended to any knowledge or connolsscurshlp whatever. Most of his Jlfetjad.bcen passed In a country town, 5$nd at n time when few great actors ever appeared in such small places as fiSjjnjjfieldj 111. a sale of the autographs, prints nnd playbills which belonged to the Jate Douglas Taylor there Is a copy of a letter from Lincoln to James II Eackctt. dated Washington, Aug. 17. 18C3. afterward' printed In this form for private circulation, which contains 'the following: I have seen very little of the drama. nev-r plays I liavc read, while others I have gone over any unprofesperhaps as frequently as Anions tho latter are sional reader. "Lear." "Richard HI.." "Henry VIII.," "Hamlet" and especially "Macbeth." think the soliloquy in "Hamlet" commencing, "Oh, my oITenso Is rank," surpasses "To be or not to be," No one but the modest Lincoln would haye gone out of his way to tell a Shakespearean scholar that he had never read some of Shakespeare's plays. It Is Interesting to see that Lincoln's preference fixed Itself upon the tragedies nnd the most serious of tho histories. His choice of "Oh, my offense Is rank" over "To, be or not to be" Tho soliloquy is teins rather strange. bemoaning of his the king's desperate perfldy and cruelty In murdering his brother. New York Mull. Home of Shakespeare's 1 The first I.oid Lytton was certainly daft One morning while he was entertaining n large company at his country seat the guests were assembled at breakfast in the great hall when their host came In In an old dressing gown, poured out a cup of tea aud disappeared without uttering n word to any one. Arthur Jtu&sell expressed his surprise to bis next neighbor, who said: "He believes himself to be invisible." And, sure enough, In a little time bo appeared in his usual dress aud saluted bis friends as If ho hud not seen them since the previous night We've Got the Men. In the event of such an Improbable tfclng as an invasion of this country by a foreign nation or combination of bullous the United States could, within a rcry short time, put Into the field jid army of 10.000,000 men and take cre of It out of Its own resources. New York American. Temperament. "Why did the great pianist refuse to Believed Himself Invisible. pteyV "Temperament. He got mad because hie name was printed In smaller typo on the program than the name of the plana on which ho was to perform." Chicago Itecord-IIerald- . Exasperating. very sound of some people's Voices Is exasperating." Tin u.1 true (.mivviuuj nui'ii ivj nuj Wore on!' or Toy up!' " Birmingham The Agc-!Icral-d. AMume In Adversity n. countenance Of prosperity nnd In prosparity moder- ate thy teuipor.-M- ry. Visit to the Apocryphal Home of Matthew Arnold's Rule by Which It May Be Tested. Sindbad the Sailor. There can be no more useful help for We were on our way to Bussornh, famous as the apocryphal homo of discovering what poetry belongs to tho Sindbad tho Sailor. Bussornh la thu class of the truly excellent and can seaport of Bagdad, from which It Is therefore do us most good than to have nlwuys In one's mind lines nnd exptes-slondistant about MX) miles by river. of the great masters nnd to apply Bussorah In the summer Is nothing less than a llery lurnace, for the ther- them n n touchstone to other poetry mometer registers inure than 100 de- Of course we are not to require this grees I In the shade during 1JO con- other poetry to resemble them. It may secutive days, ami the mean tempera- be very dissimilar. But If wo have ture, night and day. for upwards of nny tact we shall llnd them when vo have lodged them well In our minds an four mouths. Is nbout !." degrees. the Malarial fevers, dysentery nnd ague infallible touchstone for arc prevalent, and the town Is fre- presence or absence of high poetic and quently visited by plague and cholera, quality- I, .lit also the degree of this .tn.jllfi.ttlmt l(,itltt tvlil.il it.. and yet, thiinks to the cool wilder and them. Snort pasprevailing north winds, the place Is may place beside Hues, will serve our essentially unhealthy for those sages, even single not turn finite sullUiently. who are acclimatized. Shakespeare n line or two of Take Tho hajilts and wants of the popu- Henry of s expostulation IV with sleep: lation are simple and are likely to reKiddy Wilt thou upon so for some time to cotnev hut SoaL up tho ship the hlfili andmid rockmnst main boy's eyes Ills Is detho sanitary state of the town brains plorable. The creeks, which nre tidal, In cradle of the rude. Imperious surge? biipply it with drinking water, but aro And tnke as well Hamlet's dying ro- used indiscriminately for all house- j quest to Horatio: hold purposes, nnd the stench arising If thou didst ever hold mo In thy heart, awhile. from them at low water Is overpow- Absent (heo from felicity draw thy And In this harsh world breath ering. In pain governor general of the province Yo tell my story. The of Bussorah had his private residence' Take of Milton that Miltonlc pasIn the upper story of a flimsy lath aud sage: plaster edifice overlooking tho main Darken'd so, yet shono road. The walls of his house could not Above them nil the archangel, but his face senra have been more than six Inches thick, Deepcare of thunder had Intrenched, and nnd It was full of windows. The Sat on his faded cheek. ground floor seemed to be a stable and Add two such lines ns: was occupied by goats. And courage never to submit or yield As our carriage approached, churnAnd what Is else not to be overcome. ing up the mud which lay ankle deep And finish with the exquisite close to nnd bumping over tho hollows and ob- the loss of Proserpine, the loss structions which had so far escaped which cost Ceres nil that pain the attention of a not too observant To seek her through tho world. municipality, wo saw the governor's These few lines. If we have tact and head appear at an upper wludow and can use them, are enough even of themthat of a she goat at a lower one selves to keep clear and sound our simultaneously. judgments about poetry, to save us The governor, a middle aged man of from fallacious estimates of It, to condignified bearing, greeted us gravely duct us to a real estimate. Matthew nnd kindly. From bis conversation be Arnold. "The Study of Poetry." appeared to be somewhat of a pedant imbued with the chauvinistic tendenSTAGELAND IN NEW YORK. cies of the young Turk, and a hardened bureaucrat. His excellency's salutations as be One Spot on Broadway the Mecca of All the Actor Folks. bade us farewell were expressed with New York to an actor means Broadbecoming gravity: "We trust that God street always. may be pleased to preserve your ex- way and Forty-seconcellency's bealtb. Our town Is yours, There Is no place in America like It ns well ns our house. May we order perhaps not in the world. Set In the our soldiers to accompany yon on your midst of a city, the theatrical district cusride to Zobelr? Your person Is more is a city in itself, with denizens, precious to us than our eyes, and there toms and ejen a language peculiarly are evil men. enemies of our lord'' the its own. Its frontiers shift to be sultan, abroad In the desert" Cham- sure, and tbey are Invisible, but they are as real nnd definite as stone walls bers' Journal, i could make them. A block too far In any direction and you are In the realms THE RAZORBACK HOG. of business, society or boarding bouses, but across tbe unseen boundary line 'Here's His Portrait, and It Doesn't and, presto! you are in actor land. "Crowds of carefully dressed people Flatter Him a Bit. In physique and mentality the razor-bac- k saunter up and down, stopping half a differs even mote troiu n domes- dozen times In each block to gossip or tic bog than n wild goose does from a exchange enthusiastic greetings. The tnrae one. Shaped in front like a thin men are clean shaven, with hard, wedge, he cuu go through laurel thick- sharp cut faces, which somehow look ets liku a bear. Armored with tough unfinished without makeup. The wohide, cushioned by bristles, he despises men are consciously striking, whether thorns, brambles and rattlesnakes alike. they aro pretty or not and their His extravagantly long snout can scent clothes show absolute genius for aclike a cat's and yet burrow, uproot centing every prettiness they have. overturn, ns If made of metal. All of them emphasize their IndividuThe long legs, thin flanks, pliant ality. They have a constant air of hoofs, fit him to run like a deer and feeling themselves observed nnd wishclimb like a goat. In courage and sa- ing to leave a lasting Impression. An gacity he outranks all other beasts. outsider or "nonprofessional" looks A warrior born, he Is also a strategist oddly neutral nnd Ineffective beside of the Orst order. Like man, he lives them, like a man In ordinary street n communal life and unites with others attire on a stage. of his kind for purposes of defense. After all. It Is more of a village than The pig Is the only large mammal I a city. Everybody knows everybody know of. besides man, whose eyes will else, personally, by reputation or not shine by reflected light they are through mutual friends. It Is a closo too bold aud crafty. I wit The razor-bac- k knit fraternity, this order of greaso has a mind of bis own not in- paint and beneath all tho rivalry and stinct, but mind whatever psycholo- envy and Insincerity there Is a warm gists may say. He thinks. Anybody vital bond of comradeship. From can sec that when he Is not rooting or and "Anne, Actress," by Juliet G. Soger. sleeping he Is studying devilment. He shows remarkable understanding Freak Societies. of human speech, especially profane Germany Is said to hold the record speech, and even an uncanny gift of reading men's thoughts whenever those for societies with extraordinary obthoughts nre directed against the jects. One of these Is entitled "Society peace and dignity of plgshlp. He bears For Promoting Good Manners Among grudges, broods over indignities and the Poor," while another unites In the plans icdresses for the morrow or the bonds of fellowship all Germans wearweek after. If he cannot get even with ing pointed beards. A curious assod you he will lay for your unsuspecting ntion is that of detention friend. And at last, when arrested In for six months In an asylum being the his crime and lodged In the pen, be Is qualification for membership. As Iliable to attacks of mania from sheer llustrating tho crazo for associations In helpless rage. From Horoco Kephart's Germany it may be mentioned that In "Our Southern Highlanders." the little town of Wlldnu. with only 2,000 inhabitants, there nre twenty-twOpposite Opinions. societies. London Standard. If Marie Corclli has a large circle of readers wbo admire her books, there Dangers In Rare Beefsteak. 1b also a number of people who do not You may like your beefsteak rare, Two men belonging to the opposing but there Is danger In eating any meat camps, both well known Journalists, not well cooked. Measles In cows leave were discussing bcr the other day. boxed up parasites In tbe bovine flesh. "What 1 like about Miss Corelli.'' You do not notice them with tbe naked said the one who admired the author- eye. but tbey are there, and if they are ess, "Is that she Is bo so alive!" not killed by thorough cooking they "Yes, that's what 1 object to!" re- will cause tapeworms In tbe digestive torted the other. London Spectator. organization of tbe human system, and then follow associated diseases and Did He? discomforts. Farm and Fireside. any trouble getting In Yeast Hare the bouse last night when you went Just Like the Automobile. borne from the club? Crlmsonbeuk Sportsmau (to enthusiastic motorist Did I? Say. do you remember bow fox bunt .usty that night key was last night? whom be Ishad mounted for unhorsedl-IIell- o! What's and who Well, look how bright it la now. wrong? Friend Couldn't throttle her Yonkers Statesman. down, steering gear wouldn't work, missed one of the pedals, and then I A Halfway Mark. fell out London Punch. Close to the main road connecting the towns of Kastport nnd Calais, Me., Cauie For Complaint. stands a unique little monument erect'Tho manager, you sny, gave your Interesting geoed to mark a most tbe piece to another member graphical point, for Jt la exactly half- part In company. Admitted. Hut you way between trie equator aud north of thesue him for thut" can't polo. , I "Can't IV He took my character away, didn't he:" Loudon Answers. The Only Sure Way. Onbo-Sni- lth brngs that he keeps all Thr. honor we receive from those Df hi promises. I wonder how he tlever Who stand In fear of, us is not true mauages to do -- If; Steven-Hlouor. Montalgtie.iiiikrs uy.- - Cluiinnatl Enquirer.' s e - Davenport, Warren count). county officers I. D. Tlch-cno- r, HAVE YOl'll SUITS Chi Covmty President; Henry Plrtle, Secretary; S. K. Hcnnctt, Treasurer. Circuit Court T. P. Hlrkhcad, COUNTY liOAKU OF EDUCATION. Judge; Ucn Itingo, Attorney; W. Henry l.cnih, Chairman, Hartford, P. Mldklff, Jailer; K. U. Unrrnss, Ky. 1. II. Tlciienor, Hartford, it. i. Clerk; 13. E. Ulrkhead, Master It. T, Collins, Trustee D. No. G. Ky. Hnrtford, 2. K. T. H. and Dye- 'Jury Kund: Deputies S.lllnck, Sheriff, 3. M. C. Patterson, Reynolds,Ky. O. Keown, Olntou, Hartford. S. ing 'Heaver Dam; O. P. Jones, Route 5, i. 11. 1.. Alford, Whlto Hun, Ky. .'). Mallard Karp, Hartford; V. Ladies work given com ones first C.Monday itoslne. Court Kentucky. rutmuicr, inyior Mines, In Februnr and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks; third Cleaned and Monday lu October two weeks. je & County Court II. It. Wedding. Judge; S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hnrtford. Court Work called for and .Monday eauii In fit st coiiwnes month. Quarterly Court HorIhs on the Attorney Law Club $1.00 fourth Monday In lVbrunr, Mu, August and November. IIAHTFOND, KY. I'ourt of Claims Convenes, first Tuesday In January uiul first Tues- Will praotico bin profession In Utl and adjoining counties. CoiuuiurcJsU day In October. Hartford Pressing Blilb, Other County Officers C. S. Mox-le- and Cr.uilnal Practice i Sjioclalty. Suncyor, KonlsWlle, Ky., K. urNTUKK BIJ)(f..rrNTKItST. V. D. .No. 2; llcriiard Asses- ,sor, Hartford, Ky., It. I'. D. .No. 2; HARTFORD, KY. Henry l.oiuh, Superintendent, llart- ? TVW.lt WWII 'ford, Ur. A. U. Uiley, Coroner, HartAffM-noiF- O of I otif ford. Jl'STICKg' COUNTS; HARTFORD, KY. I.esllo Combs, Hartford, Tuesday LIV-VER-LMtr-re-. after 'Jrd .Monday lu .March, Tuesday W. II. IUrmn nnd C. hi after 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday Snil Mi anuoumv Muit Uioy luivo form-- a after 3rd Monday In September, Tues- iiarUmr&bAii fw the g moral praci Iduy after 3rd Monday In December. i John II. .Miles, Nclqiort, Friday tice of law, excrpt cit1uiIu.i1 and dlvor after 3rd Monday In March, Krtday cased, Mr. Smith bulng County Attor-Uri- y after Ilnl Monday lu June, Friday Is oroventod fruni practicing mich .Monday lu September, after 3rd Friday after 3rd Monday in De- - ccibXJS. Mr. DariUt; wJll individually ' In Offk comber. accoK such practice. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday Hartford Republican bulldlug, Hartafter 3rd Monday In March,' Wed ford, K nesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In SepFeci right nil tho time. Don't lay ofT tember, Wednesday after 3ju Mon from work for days by taking calomel day In Decern Dor. D. keeps you when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x John II. Miles, Nochport, Friday on your feet, while relicvingyour troub- after 3rd Monday in March, Fr cay Attorney Law le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't after 3rd Monday In June, Friday KY. HARTFORD, take anything else. You can't afford after 3rd Monday In September, Frisysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat- day after 3rd .Monday In December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. IIEAVNLS tem and relieves constipation. SatJ. C. Jachson, Ccutertoun, ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure urday after 3rd Monday In March, This office Is equipped for handin its effect and certain in results. It Saturday uftcr 3rd Monday In June, ling Commercial Law and Collection will Saturday won't be long before Lio- - Ver-La- x Sepafter completely displace calomel in evcr.v tember, Saturday3rd Monday In after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal nnd litihome. Children can tako it freely an In December. gated matters. Practice In nil the Every bottle guarwith perfect safoty. M. C. Cook, Nenfrow, Tuesday af- courts. Prompt and vigorous service. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nono anteed. genuine without the likeness and signa- ter 2nd Monday In InMarch, Tuesday M. L. Heavrln's Office. May, Tuesday after 2nd Monday ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by after 3rd Monday in August, TuesJ. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. day after 2nd Monday in November. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednesday after the second Monday in I March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, Wednesday after 2nd MonTo do any kind of Veterina-- J day In November. ry work. Horses, mules and Grant Pollard, Fordsvllle, Tucsdny after 2nd Monday In March,- Thursdie for want of cows need-no- t day after 2nd Monday In .May. Thurs- Calls answered m attention. lday after 3rd Monday In August,- day or night. Succeed when everything else fails. after 2nd Monday in NoIn nervous prostration and female (Thursday veiuucr. weaknesses they are the supreme J. L. Patton, Nalph, Friday after remedy, as thousands have tesdfied. 2nd Monday in March, Friday after Veterinary Surgeon FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND 2nd Monday In May. Friday after 3rd - Ky. Monday in August, Friday after 2nd STOMACH TROUBLE Monday In November. it is the best medicine ever told HAKTFOND POLICE COUNT. over a drugjjist'a counter. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John II. Wilson, City Attorney; J. I'. Stevens, THE Marshal; Court com dies becond .MonSEWING day in each month. MACHSN City Council J. H. Williams. MayOF or; It. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. ThomQUALITY.) as, Treasurer. Members of Council The National Weekly Nobert Hoover, P. U. Taylor. J. II. U. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Coopor, W. J. Bean. NOT School Trustees Dr. E. n, PendleSOLD ton, Chairman; W. H. llarnes, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor. W. S. Tlnsley UNDER Until this year Collitr't has been aud J. D. Duke. ANY sold at $5.50. Now OTHER ItELIGIOUS SERVICES. the price is $2.50 NAME. M. E. Church, South Services and wchac secured morning and evening every first and a concession w heresss-third Sunday in each month. Sunby wc can offer it WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. day school 9:45 a. in. Prayer meetat a still further If you jiurclinso the Ni:V ltO.MK you wlH ing every Wednesday evening. Nov. in conreduction linvo 11 llfo nksct nt tho prli-- you y, und wilt Saville, pastor. nection with this Haptlst Church Services morning not have on cnillcs chain of rrpillrs. publication. and evening every second and fourth Quality Special Offer to Our Readers Sunday In each month. Sunday school 9M5 a. in. Prayer meeting every WedI Considered I Kccoenizinc the errat demand for Coll'ur'i at nesday evening. Nov. English, pastor. ?". I the new price, wc have made arrangements to Church Services every Christian rller it and our oun publication each one )car it b the for the price o( CoWiVr'j alone. '1 his is a limited fourth Sunday nt 11 a. 111. and 7. p. oiler and mut be taken ad vantage of promptly. ni. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. Cheapest Wright pastor. What You Get in Collier's B. Cumberland Presbyterian Church in the end Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 CaUiir's is the one big, independent, fcarler s to buyv weekly ul the hole rountr) . Not only is it the a. in. cooil citizen's handbook hut it is aho a SECRET SOCIETIES. in.iKaiine (or the whole family. Among the you w.tnt a tewing innclitnc, write for, If Hartford Lodge No. C75, F. and A. ourlntc Btcutnloguo buforo you puroliuo. thine that a ear's subscription gives arci M. meets every first Monday night 1000 Editorials In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. The New Home Sewing Machine Co, Orange, Mass. COO News Photos M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. 250 Short Articles 150 Short Stories Hartford Chapter No. SI O. E. S. 100 Illustrated Features meets every second and fourth Mon2 Complete Novels day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, Both for oily $2.50 Collier's W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. B.; Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Hartford Republican BUOME'S seem SUCCEED I Hough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights SPECIAL OFFER: ' of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenrafaia U kalU Nssr.Baslima. AtrtltWUl ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney bus vou oar Daruuueai customer. nnmiuvi Foster, K. of R. & S. I Tula. Buckbee'i "Full of Life" Northern Gross Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol jS years. d meets every first and third Thursday HJ.KANTEE T0 PLKAIC successful seed growing behind them. It pays y; Mention thlt Paper. Writ nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; blank the best. Seasonable Specialties: L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. WWWAOAOAAAaArWrV BEANS Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. SEND IO CENTSTftlatVU J Earliest Red Valentine . . J3.50 Bushel meets every second and fourth Fri. . J.JJ uhel tkU Refugee Extra Early im m m4 HtfclM Uf IWIM pWlHMs WfPlWllW W W Bushel NevStringless Grettt Pod . day nigbts In each month. C. M. HarBushel wihwu incursMf W Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax nett, Noble Grand; W. R. I led rick, Davis New While Wax . . J4.75 Bushel Secretary. Currle'a Rust rroot Wax . toy Bushel Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. PBA8 Extra Early Alaska . . . Sj.50 Bushel meets every second and fourth SatNew Early Gradus . . , . Iljo Bushel urday nights, in each month. Leslie llorsford'a Market Garden . If.jo Bushel Buckbce's Lightning Express fc.00 Bushel Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. Tomato and a full lettuce. tUdtsh.Bulbs lowest growing tine o Wallace, Clerk. prices. at Seeds. Plants and Sunshine Hlvo No. 42, L. O. T. M., Send for complete catalogue or submit a list et meets every first and third Friday your requirements and wiliquote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. nights in each month. Mrs. Attye Write today. Mention this paper. Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. .Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. UuslKibetSf.. IifrtStr'Frsn. RKsfHrf.x. M., meets every third Saturday night 1 In each month. John TV Moore High Priest: W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. National Officers President, Ira M. McCAIX PATTERNS LUNCB ako CURE , J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presisimplicity in C',lc&?,,e1 '"' t,J,le Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; 1 rclUbll Ity nearly 40 P'1 e,iSold in nearly. years. dent. S. B. city and 'Secretary & Treaa., II. G. Tank, Wau-sa- u. B eteryJila, or by town la the United States and w Can mail direct. More sold than Wis. any other nuke. Send lor Irco catalogue. Statu Officers President, J. II. McCALUS MAGAZINE Ky.; Vlco PresiPrinceton, subscribers than any othei (ishlon a month. 'Invaluable. JjU dent, J. H. Ilurney, Muhlenberg Co.; patterns, ilrcssniaUnir, millinery, Robertson, (More sewing, tancy iircdIewoik,halrdrelnL'. Secretary & Treus., S. B. pood stories, He, Only CO cents Calhoun, Ky,; Organizer, T. II. FOR (worth double), including 4 frio nJtteMi. Hartford, Ky. , bubsctfeo today, or send iur (ample copy. ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Board AND Members State Executive INDUCEMENTS county; J. W. WONDERFULTostal Iningt premium catalogue to Agents. GUARANTEED BATISl'AOXOlVXl nen Watson. Webster Henry Plrtle, county; end ut )V cash prize offers. Address Dunn.-- DaviessCI T 1 Oil MONEV EEFTJNDED. Ml Dov TTavsiln w tin. DIE McCAU CO. Ki l :u H. Hlh St. NEW VCU .? UOJU GUUUlJi a, ty; C. O. Directory l. Ohio Cleaned i Pressed S I- -. Repairing neatly done. f f special attention. Hats Repaired. si y s sr.yi iia, at delivered. month. Otto C. Martin rate per Barnes & Smith I USE AX I For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. .. if ARTHUR at KIRK Electric Bitters 1 PREPARED W. H. RILEY Hnrtford, 1 Collier's NEW First Time in Clubs HOME 2 oi $2.50 SEEDS J SEEDS ft-j- to-da- MhUHrtWIMBVLi H. W. BUCKBEE the KILLthc COUGH v Nritf lEf wSm MA Dr. King's New Discovery CSSEs"8 &. Ual-uial- n. ln.. ...... i4j I I 4 aKt".- - -- UMM..W -- fwJTmwwfcvi;-- i. TiWinatfT' GENIUS AND A CLUB. HAD A NOSE FOR NEWS. I i ALCOHOL 3 PEII r.fv-r.AVcgcabklVfparaiionrorAi-slHaUng rhcFoorfarellicijuhi lingJIicSiomachsnndBovfcl CASTORIA For Infants and Children. "II The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Promotes DigeslionClitc and Ikstronijlns nriiiw Ojiium.Morphinc norMtncral. s JlnfAil SrrJm jllxSman JfxMtt&ttf Jhmtrmol- himSrrJ- Ctanftrtf In. 11 lillirknbJa Jilt Use For Over k Apcrfcrl Remedy forConsfipai ion . sour 3ionurii,uiamuu Worras.Com'uIsions.Fotrish ness andLOSS OFSlXiV. FtcSfcnfc Signature of - NEW YORK. Thirty Years , Guaranteed under in Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA )S9SS9QWSG9&i9S99QS99QS9GQ LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market Street Contemporary Critieitm aa an Unfl- and Mrcllei Weapon. The world lin never hccii tin age li which tin.' re win muri1 vxciie for quei" tlonlug the validity of contemporary Judgment. It would bo till' height of folly to expect posterity to uuthentt-cnt- c the vapotlngM of mi appreciation which In shifting Its stress from the universal to the personnel tins changed from criticism Into colloipiy. from clinic Into catiscrlo. Indeed. It Is nothing less than n truism t lint the experience of the urtlst In nil ages, according to the verdict of history. In Identical wlUi Itself. In the words of Sidney Lanier." the nrtlst shall put forth humbly nnd lovingly the very best nnd highest that Is within liltii. utterly regardless of contemporary criticism. What possllfle claim can contemporary ctltlclsm set up to respect Hint criticism which stoned Stephen, hooted Paul for n madman, bound Columbus In chains, drorc Dante Into exile, made Shakespeare write the sonnet 'When In Disgrace With rortutic and Men's Cyes.' gave ."j Milton for 'Paradise Lost.' kept Samuel Johnson cooling his heels on Lord Chesterfield's doorstep, reviled Shelley tis an unclean dog. killed Keats, cracked Jokes ou (Jltick, Schubert. Herlloa and Wagner nnd committed so many other Impious follies and stupidities that u thousand letters like this could not siittlcc even to catalogue them?" The verdict of the "Intellectuels" has always been n veritable stumbling block In the path of genius. "It Is from men of established literary reputation." asserts Bernard Shaw, "that we learn that William Blake was mad. that Shelley was spoiled by living In a low set. that Hubert Owen was a man who did not know the world, that Itusklu Is Incapable of comprehending political economy, that Zola Is a mere blackguard nnd Ibsen Is Zola with a wooden leg. The great musician accepted by bis unskilled listener Is vilified by his fellow musician. It was the musical culture of Europe which pronounced Wagner tbe Inferior of Mendelssohn and Meyerbeer." It Is, not enough to say with the brilliant author of "Contemporalns" that contemporary criticism Is mere conversation; It Is often, little more than mere gossip. One Is often Inclined to question with Lowell whether the powers that be In criticism are really tbe powers that ought to be. From Archibald Henderson's "European Dramatists." Uee-thove- He Got a "Scoop" by Knowing a Cabi net Minieter's Weakness. I'nw u cabinet secret was revealed In a most amazing fashion by u needy PRETTY SAFE PRISON. Guarded One Exit, Man Eating Sharks the Other. Shark skin, shark teeth, shark oil, shark meat and several other byproducts of the dead shark are articles of greater or lesser utility, but I have never heard of but one Instance where tbe living shark was put to a practical use. This, says Lewis It. Freeman, was when they used him as u prison guard in tbe old days when British convicts were transported ' to Australia, the monsters serving this purpose for many years at the I'ort Arthur settlement, ten miles south of nobart, the present capital of Tasmania, The prisons at this point, some of which may still be seen, were situated upon a peninsula whose only connection with tbe mainland was by u long, narrow strip of sand called, from Its configuration, the Eaglebawk's Bloodhounds Neck. nnd adventurous penny a liner nt the end of his resources is related by Mr. J. D. Bytnou In "The Press nnd Its Story." It was during the administration of the Duke of Wellington, nt a Juncture when the opposition would have given anything for some hint of the cabinet's policy. The secret was well guarded until ono evening. Just at the rising of the house, n penny n liner, who hud been hanging about Westminster walling for Homethin to turn up, saw the duke emerge from the house of lords accompanied by ouc of his colleagues. Now. the duke In his Inter years wns very hard of hearing nnd cherished thnt not uncommon Illusion of the deaf, thnt In order to make other people bear he. too. must shout. It to the scribe that If ho would only follow the prime minister be might hear something to his advantage. The night wns dnrfc. so the penny a liner mnnaged to keep, well within earshot nnd yet to escape remark by thoso he wns following. Ho had not gone very far before hu knew he wns In luck's wny. The duke wns nctually talking about the situation In his usual loud tones and gradually proceeded to unfold the policy of the cabinet. The penny, a liner listened with all his cars and kept wilt within range of the minister nil the way to Apsley house. Thereupon, with beating heart, he sought some friendly refuge nnd committed his discovery to writing. This done, bu lost no time In calling upon the editor of one of tbe leading opposition papers. The editor glanced over tbe article and was thunderstruck when he realized Its nature. Uere was the very thing for which the party had been praying. Naturally the editor Inquired how so unlnflucntlal n person could have come by such very private information. Being satisfied, however, of the truth of tbe man's story, he decided to print It and gave the reporter a handsome check for bis enterprise. Nest day tbe appearance of the news, by a leading article, spread consternation in the government camp. Who was the traitor? Somewhat ot a hue and cry was raised, and the duke's friend fell un der suspicion. Relations between tbe prime minister nnd bis colleague were Thk In fact somewhat strained, until at last tbe true story or tbe remarkable The discovery was gven to the world. Ingenuous. Little Caillou. a French boy, was allowed to take luncheon with his mother and her guests on condition tba.t be ate only that which was offered him, making no comment. By nnd by, however. , when dessert wns on tbe table. Caillou could not resist a certain temptation. "Please., mamma, may I have n sardine?" "No, my son: you know very well that you may not have a sardine, that such things are not allowed you. And I thought you promised me not to ask for anything special to eat." "Oh. I don't want to eat It." was the little boy's Ingenuous and astonishing answer. "1 Just want to put It In my glass of water and see It float" Chicago Record-Heral- You Need IIMI a Tonic There are times In every woman's life when she a Ionic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women In its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." mKing uaraui toaay. bold by all dialers. DL-tjin Has Helped Thousands. XXXXX JAMES & Cb., Pirst Class Lrlverymeri Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS,. OUR CLUBBING RATES. Republican wad Louisville Herald. Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at $1.35, 1.75 i louisville; - ky. The only and original poultry sup ply house south of the Ohio River. s We keep a full line of first-clas- The Republican and Home and Farm The Republican and The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The republican ana uaiiy uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger The Republican and The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The .Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer Twice-a-Wee- 1.60 175 3.50 3.50 1.75 1,75 1.30 1.50 1.50 Address all orders to POULTRY SUPPLIES AND FEEDS. THE REPUBLICAN. - Write for Price List. 3$$$S$$S$$$$S&WS$ ud " r bulbvLI. ... ' I Ladies! Meey fey r Style Keep ia Reading McCaU'c r t Magazine asd Uiiaj McCall Htteraa McCtU'i Mttailaenllt MiCALtS MAQUtttE help jou dress ol a moderate rxpecsoby kooplue yon uosiort on tUo kiiu svcceeb. OFFER lH kM M IuIum.aW BBF trial will make you a pamunrat - IKSPECIAL to Micuars strl-l.li- lr BBW tomar. BatUtaouoagoaraataad VMi Ill W U or you ou- W Saavnk CalIaaB.a!-?'M- J. In rich fssuo, Abo Tnluoblo Information on nil homo mil personal niaucM, Onlr toe a year Incluitiiis n frisi pattern. ) today or tend rtjreaaw m nm E3j for freo ratmilo conr. McOll r.tl.tiiHillomtito lornnkoln your own liuine v nil vnfr oitii li:i mis el.nhliiL'for yautsoir ami nlilrli will lo perfect In FtjIoitiKl (It. Pure iMnolileliprtlft-uli en u hciul for frou I'aUtni Catalogue ( We Wf.l Cite Yoo Vm rnj.ili fur rcttltiK b'iu. Mrlpiimnmiioni: your (fiends. hoiiil tor free l'tcinlniii ( utnlnjiin anil Cuili Prim otTirr. THE McCALL COMfAMT, tanlnons la idoitiei slid Jiou. to NcnLrmhltin Dcstcns BW mt lmi I BUj rwtraM. aSagOBWT'JaK I wffftft nt ' ik BBTiaaUBraaTuUtt. n ttaami ! mfa wwaaa 1 BH wair afv aaua LAu W aVCku U8t BOCXBU IT. " lay a fj ft tlMllll.IUIrMwl(HaffcMTf w. fwWt1ettfaW,.hlWfca4rUtla. IS OosaMkOnUM af t aoaitaaavt, metmthl Mff MwaUtterf, UairmMlra, TOM Dm Baal UUvaluUa avllMtUt til Voalaaaa tLhUUOUtUt fl M The convicts were allowed considerable liberty on the peninsula, but to prevent their escape to the mainland half starved bloodhounds were chained all the way across tbe narrowest portion of the neck. Several prisoners having avoided the "bloodhound cone" by swimming, tbe authorities adopted the effective but grewsonie expedient of feeding the sharks nt that point several times a day. In a few weeks tbe place became literally alive with the voracious man eaters, and, from that on.ly convict .who ever, estiwevon-th- e caped accomplished his purpose by rolling himself up In kelp and working along. Inch by Inch, timing bis movements to correspond with those of the other heaps of seaweed that were being rolled by the surf. Wide World Magazine. The Economist. by petty nnd ridiculous economies that men succeed." said Johu l. HoeUcfeller. Jr. "Some people seem to think that to get rich one must ecouomlzo like Blanco.' Blanco's faithful old dog hnd turned sickly and savage, mid m Blanco said to his wife on urrivlng homo fium business Saturday even lug "Til shoot Tovvser tomorrow morning before church.' "Blanco paused, then added sternly: " remember, please, that ho won't need nny breakfast.' The Rett Was Easy. Mrs. Gordon had recently moved Into tbe neighborhood. "I thought 1 would come and tell you that your James has been fighting with my Edward." said one of tbe neighbors one morning as she called at Mrs. Gordon's door, "and settle tbe matter If I could." "Well, for my part" responded Mrs. Gordon haughtily, "1 have no time to enter Into any discussion about tbe children's quarrelfe-v- l consider myself above such trifling thlnga." "I'm delighted to hear It." was the reply. "I'll send James over on a stretcher In an hour or two." Life. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given KWli HvuH Bocxroao, ill. JrWM H m "It Isn't 239 to 249 We.l 37d. St, NEW WW I aAkMMiaf OVER 65 YEARS' nate neighbor. "Deadest place you ever saw. Say, you know Jones, don't you? Well, be dropped dead In front of the postotllce Sunday, and they didn't find tbe body till Thursday." Everybody's. Pretty Dead. A native u boom town who bad moved away happened on one of bis old neighbors who still lived there and asked him about the town. "Ob, It's awful." replied the unfortu- tf Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. ?. HOCURED ANDDtrtNOED..'"".! 'rue Xtw. Ivr to oblila pauuu, lrwl milu, 09rlgiia,iiA, IN ALL COUNTRIES. , Jtuslursr tlifrct ViUk H'asltlMgto tut it tiMt, momymulcUH (ilfatimt. Patent ana Infrlngament rractics uciusiveiy, Write ur emit tone at T10 111 klk Blmt, sear VklM IlU ntut OflM, WA3HUNOTON. D.C aai aaaaaaaaHBaiaHHaHaiiHHal Alirnne icnilliiK a krt rli ant) description tniy ir opinion fret, whether an luvuiillnn U rnhhhly imieiitnlila, Coniinuntcii. tloniKirlctlrromlilcniuil. HANDBOOK on 1'uienU entfrcia. Oldest Htrency furuujrin?p&teiiu. taken tlirouvb 11 mm & Co. reel re iptcuunmwt, wiinonicoaivo, lomo rfMf Tnaoe Marks OCSIGN3 Copyrights Ac. qutiklr ascertain Scientific A handromelf lllimtrit fil wreklr. I.nnreit el Qcrini. SJ yexr fr.urmoutue,fL BuUlbyullTieiraaealers. ft 364 Broidwii.NaUf Ifirif A) e. &5 V HU Whtoton, U.C. cu Ulloti of unr ftcleiilltlit Journal. flwrim aU couuliU-t- . ud DramMlT oUlnl T4tar.uiHa we obtain PATC NT or uu to, I THAT Booa on l'ruliublt lWuitf write to PASSING. RCrcnCNCKS. I ilwiiM, jiilTi.iu you to mnnaia, Start ipod.L v&uto or alutcli for aj c C rtpwt I a MtitUblUly. M year' praeUr. BUR-- 1 PAfnlMUiaatBoroeUiytatvurl UYaarSkla near as a TiirtrGuW.t a f . BWI U waua avavvatnvn aitrw wmmriwmtwm, u. aj. II igg'li:MaiffffiB.f, FiiUUi. VUtt lluO. in i v wfjiy. ff 'ureal m ltilil "I'll rinflM. K0 r U .IU.CI.J Willi tt I OiaTaElHliJlil.rr.l..iiiejr'. V I M4AiuiUUU0tBtwiilbVll'!th aal 1 M4iwij.rIUgultr!uMiaU!.IDu'u. I teTtHSHJWAvacay.. W irartaa !. fl rHiiaaaejy Easy For Him. "How much alimony did his wife de- .uiand?" "Twenty dollars a week more thau his salary." "How foolish!" "Well, she Fiild she guessed ho could afford It since he always had spent It Was All Within. A practical joker curded an bnlon In twice what he earned." Judge. bis pocket lo the depot wheu bidding farewell to u young lady and took a No Degrees. tilt now and then to Induce tears. BeA flippant .voting ' woman remarks fore the train departed he hail eaten that her father can turn out bachelors the entire onion. The young lady, per- a great deal nnlckor than nuy college. ceiving tho situation, remarked. "Ah. Fie doesn't do It by degrees, she nys. you have swallowed your grlefl" He, begins the graduation exercises promptly nt II p. m.-au" ', they are i Bound to Have the Lace. always )nlhed two minutes' later. In Kvfgtuk, Greenland, (he women Boston Transcript. nnd men dress altke.uml the only way to tell a fcitmte'froui a male Is by the Social Ambition. lace decorations which the uicuiherti of "They say that Alars Is wot now huL tho weaker sex went' ou their collurs. liable, but will In; soon." "Cash. I'd like to help settle It! Think of bolug niiioug he lint famiAid to Genius. Our Idea Li that there ought to be al lies of nu entire plniiei:" Kansas City least thtee cblldreu Iti every family, w Journal. that If oce of tbvui shuuld lifetime a ITope Is the drenrti of the tnau awake, genius the other two could support -- Plata News. 'o Ask the Boy Who Won how he raised the lilac Ribbon ear. In Boys' Clubs all over the country the prizes are going to boy who uses the right fertilizer. That tneanscnough "it isiJ. t X the? POTASH 42 Broadway, New Yerk ' d to make a solid, well filled, and perfectly shaped ear. """ I Ub aoo to $oo pounds Kainit per acre to balance either green or stable manure and lie ure that the fertiliser you use contains 8 to 10 percent Putash. Ask your dealer to carry goods of that grade. If lie doesn't we will sell you any amount of FoUli, from one 200 lb. bag up, and you an add it yourself. Don't forget thii, for Potath Pay GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc. Cbioto. McCornikk Blocl.; New Orleaur, Whltner uidr.; Central nsnr Jimc: Attain, iiu MDchco.2A California bi.j Mrauaati. liaal U irukt liiiu.-Galnt- & . PROFIT-SHARIN- G r mm . B B& W" BH v. BM B r CLOSES SATURDAY, JANUARY 31 . ? Cr 1 ft f . .J i k.f. nn qHwii6v nf MM6...V Avon nn fVio laef r?ar A ittoi as uhc !.. ..... uui i.l MA v eVistvf a rro v. nafcrninc Mw MO jr. wi i uii5 ..i. mere are oiners to take its place. 50 BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER SUITS just received for the last days of this great sale. 3,000 CALICOES to swell the bargain list. We are going to make the last day one YARDS MORE OF LOOM-ENo5 the biggest days of the sale. Will you join us? TLna virill tcic win Kck w .. D & i p Barnes & Bro h BEAVER. DAM. KENTUCKY. Working Girls and Morality ed ,..-.l"-I that tho Importer paid the duty ..o o.. thnt tiin TSii-tr- r "" "" hys- - """ In contrast with the wave of ,Ux levied on the pcoplo of other teria that swept the country a few countries for the privilege of the CLOSER ago during the Inquiry Into kets' th a" the wages paid slrls in the stores of state- the various cities, is the sano was no . .., . u . .. i In Small Will Not Compete uii'UL i iii.u)3 t iajb r,uriiitrui, 1UVTOM" way of settling the matter except gator for the Board of Pubic Wcl theoretically; but now, since the UnTowns, Council fare at Kansas City, that tnorallty derwood bill is In effect, it can be figure in the demand for HiMTirvncit should not hi nnA YnA fma In Decides. , . wages. She sajs jthat when the, de- stead of in theory. mand has such 'basis it casts un Take, for example, cattle now on founded reflections on working slrls. the Nashville, Tenn., Jan.. 22. A Confree llsti Instead pf reducing the consisting of cost r livlnff, so far as meats ore ference Commission wages count little In the morals of ,..,. three members will IwEjoatabllshed ""'M girls who work, her Investigations I 1, every 61 ty where branches of the In than they were under a Protective h showing that not of the T Tariff; and the cattle- dealers Northern and Southern Methodist of .. girls who get into trouble are work- . churebs ar opratlng, as a rsult of a lag lfla or were working giri at 1 T.t rsolution adoptd at (Thursday mornth3 .time their delinquency began. Council American markets without paythe ing's session of the Federal investigations of cases of ing Rece.n a tax for the privilege, while of the two branches of the church, In delinquency among women In Chithe American grazier Is taxed at session here. cago support Miss Cornforth'8 con the same old rate, and, in addition, The two days session of the council clusions. Tho (fathering of statistics tho expenses ti o'clock this e.venlns. was nded at ,Jon the subject Is attended with dlf ernment now cf tho National Gov The confrcanco Commission shall ter would spend more time in front Rrcater than cer beficultles, for the delinquent "naturally forc that were fpomerly met by the be appointed by the regular confer- the dish pan. seeks to deal as f:nlently with her- revenues A man will admit that his wife lias derived from the Tariff, ence' and shall have power to self as possible. But even wiicn the will, liavc to jod settle ayn friction and dis- her fault.s but he won't let you say be mot by direct taxastatements of delinquents aro tion, thus throwing an additional pute that may arise between the two anything about his pet brand of bcozc. without Investigation of an- burden on our When a girl can wear one of those own people, for the bodies. In case iatlstaction for both tecedents, the percentage " of immor- benefit of those in oilier countries. bath, 'bodits cannot to obtained toy tight skirts all day and not have It ality traceable to lack of a living The Incapacity of the Democratic of tho conmisislou, the wrinkled up so It looks like she had wage the is extremo'iji small. Love of party to manago the affairs of the dissatisfied boJy may rascrve the right slept In it, you can bet that she flnrmi ntiil In1t vplrvtv a n trt SMn to taftc an apjcal ito the Federal Cun doesn't ask for extra large size when i m. xiivavj nation was never more clearly dem- ii i onstrated than by the iiassage of the ell, which has all po.wcr In adjusting I sho purchases lier hosiery. Clnclh-a- ll luuiiui; viuaq ui iiiiiiiiiin and early marriages, with speedy . differences. natl Enquirer... bill. aanniwitlAna liutrn mnrlA tlio ilaflPrftlf "" I-The first recommendation embodied . . - Tazewell (Va.) Republican a ir. Vuof U1IU DttUl IAJ 'llfeiuj J UUH. tnvROcld Meeting. In tho resolution was to abolish the mea. Tne numocr ox gins wno nave ' Notice crowding method of establishing two TJw Flsca, Court 0,"ohJo none to ithe cities from vU'aecs and churches In a communl y that has a m hld thfr dls- - Hereafter, this paper will charge MiniiiniMi unly Road E,lSIntr de" population. This K'" and C centa small church-goin- g Pr llne for a Obituaries, irraPA and M.r thflr Barents from im was offered Wednesday and was a- - sl5 to meet all the taxpayers of the i.n lnnrn. Th dt- - In advance, and 5 cents per line for county for the purpose of discussing hmmMt' tniit doptcd at Thursdays session. supply, added to their aI1 furch ""Uoes except for church .Jp'l tie resolution It was pro- - the building and maintenance of ies have this production of erring services, and also for cards of thanks, own normal vldod .that where cither brunch of foll'owIn ,Ume8 girls, probab'y larger because of tho In adopting this ruia we aro only bU. roadg ftt churcli is doing tho .work Jlctiicslt tne same plan of every otb- opportunities In the city, to elude exnootod of Alathodlsm in a commun- - and P10031 cr loc W Kentucky, 0 the vigilance Pr parents and neigh- Springs, lty the' other branch ehall be restrain- - binary fth-C- ool " a- Hopewell, 1 to 3 p. m. bors. . .. n,. r.tn.hUj.hln a church there to aniji 7:30 p. m. The quesUon of wages Is economic TO Ifl$ UM0 LOUnty LOHr or'.trylng to foperato in any Avay in 9 to 11 and the assumptionhat a low wago February The Judge TherMf: ' that soitton. to elrls implies Immorality Is a gross We the undersigned citizens and ThqcouncJl decided upon Put-i- n Day a' f1,' Ccntertown, 2 p. m. of working frce.bol(jcra of oulo Count J f& InjusUce to thousands 4ibU liWUlfJ, MVIIMAIJ '. Ken. 0., as the next meeting place. a. m. Bell's Run, 1 to 3 p. in. Ralph girls of spotless character, Iwo'rea- - tucky, respectfully ask and petition sons for low wages are superficially vour Honorabln Oourt tr rstjihHsh schoolhouse, 7 p. m. Luke McLuke Says. Many girls work for pin tt followlnir chancn ln thfl to 11 Whn a man's memory goes back February 12th Dcanfleid, f Fordi-vlll- e, obvious: money and live at home, .while many town a. m. Herbert, 1 to 3 p. n.. and moU public read, viz: on lun' it 1b always about tho dollar 7 p. m. others are not efficient. The sug- negInnlnff near thc IUIzetown lie owes you and never about tho dolFebruary 13th Dundee, 9 to 11 sestlon of a minimum wage by .tatu- - -- choo, house ,u tho and lar you owo him. tory compulsion ofters no panacea. Uenfrow ,mbIlc j. Uieni0 Bast Kvci-man llkrs to havo you run a. m. Cane Run churcli, 7. . m. V 11 aside from the legal difficulties. The t February 14th Renf row, ovor tjMJ ,and3 of w n about In on him when lie is busy and waste a. m. Cromwell, 2 p. jn. Inefficient employes would not bo 40 yardg to land3 of M j Em. about an hour cf his time telling him - paid more tlian their services are Some of tho membcro of the Fishry. tncnce ,n tho Banl(. dIroal,on ov. how to un li!n lm.ilnfM.-,- . l Cour a,,d C?ullty J"d" aru really worth. If they were It would er t,m ,ands of M J Embry about After it woman has been married U1U WM w,i nnenu bQ tantamount to compoUlns employ- - , 0M vflrda to t. . . Nwton a whll- - she bcsiiu to reallzo tint m- -, nI1 tUc and h- - n a crs to contribute chajjty to Bmbr,.. thence ,u tho tum9 dlrcctlo ,"f her JiUh.r.il doesn't look a bit like the .men In the eicthing advertio- fion ,to I),ala 1i,c nwncUilvaa. ployes. A iwrtlal solution would bolo..or .... ,lul of .a(1 SlMtan Em. Ultlou ot t10 C0U1"' h'"1 VhiMo the Increasing of etflciency among bry about 400 yards to tho Arnold ments in tlio magulncs, and doesn't with employes and such a readjustment and Balzetown public road near the uct a llt IIko the. liansomo horotU in amount of fuiu.b on hand which to work tho roads and will be as would hotter distribute the wage- - dwolllnir hnnsn of Nowton Emlirv. tlie titorit-- Jn tho Woman's Sloppy assisted by Jlebsrs. J. F. Grimes workers. Some pursuits are crowded, Sad chanse Jf JlonthlN . tishud. will R. H. Rceoo, or tho State Road while others clamor for wrk-' make a much bettor road than where Can .uui ro'nembor tlio first tlnio and Engineer's office, UigtUic-- r wltli oth- - The statistics of Chicago deliiiqu-'- g ,8 ftt pppWIlt l(Kaiod md wj vnu sitli'iiilcil n liartv whorfl caelr U'JV I'MvrJiwv! JU.d onto showed th o greatest number. onaMo a . a girl Jion.o. 1UUbcp of neop,e ln. liad .to ItenninLr cr BV oven twenty times that of lormer c,ud,ng yor 1H.tUIonuai road inou. u, roach how yon Mudcld your speech nil a U ' ",0 : .l" con clerks, Md formerly been domest c y, DOat oUkt churoI am, mm mMh cvoodnrt to m it riiht JTnd then when c,'racd Tho domestic servant is more conveniently 'than at present. tcvw taxpajw Jn ncli servants. the ln. came you atamiucrod: ".May r any of tU abovo 1'Iwwb 1 -"-havo tin. puHira of ustortluR y.u " s'rcnt' rilS r bUJne. Cora.., home?" Remember Jiow ou valkwl f? day of December, 1913. -, over, and find out Is a division of responsibility tol In tho air mm Ml too liaj.py to talk? letf t,alk M. J. EM RR V, anU do that, w,,,c,, lo b for h0 tweon omployer and employe, and the how tho oiher boys at And NEWTON E3IURY, flnuncial aspect of it Is the- Scant " 10 ' school mad.. ou blush mIi.ii .Lhoy . cor"m,on ,T. F. JAMES, complexities of significant. AH the ltl tt Iitta l'ra wl" ould tell. BWI" Thw' , W. C. DAUOHERTY. "l rl hho In lbrlford bn human iiatu.ro entor Into th? prob- -. waathclmpp, flajfc TV, II. BAIZE. Mt can not be solved by pas-- ( There nln'i wairl as mud. BIuiU- -' JMJnda"; fruary ICth, to which lem. By T. II. Benton, County Rocui t duggory cro!i ou Uon Engineer. to'u .it,1 ttro 'avltcd und urgulto attend, lug a law. (ilobe Democrat, 15BT0N, wouuuj thinkfi night' us a n.arrl-i Cou',,' Itoad Bujrlncer. ' thore !a hlii 'luTjby Mayb out until I As The Old World Moves. FOR FLETCHER'S 1 a. m. t ROYALTY Is magic word to the -- St . County Juilgo. A l'rinrm c.mi uwoip Into u room sycophant and to tho author. i- when a fellow (villf. Hut k'io 4s ali A MAK with n l,in liwi.l ....l.lkn. Habltuul CondtJi'atioo and all liver -'" "v"" : i.uas a b k. ways cai""lul fi let Mother swoop It troubles can b nuv i ya mc n uy. long racy. cured by using out. Crigsbj's . Asl; uso, in answer to a INTUITION Is Uw faculiy by virtue Sveiiil tjii of which a vpioun tan underwtaad her lD.Sy Tc iMn u gljl doesn't HUo to Wlilluma, Hartiord, liy. cprjgipondent, tht; RopuVHvaii METHODISTS ARRANGE be squeezed in a street car is because she has never been properly Intro duced to the men around her. Us humans sneering refer to "a dog's lire." But a dog doesn't have to barl; when ho Isnlt Interested, and he doesn't have to wag his tall when he hates a man. Every now and then you see a 'woman with a $1,000 shape and a walk. There Is "good In everything The girl who runs around town with a five pound muff on one arm and a hand bag as big as a suit case on the other Is often getting In trim so she will be able to carry the baby on one arm and use the other to do the house work. When a man remembers how crazy women are to get something cheap he doesn't wonder at some of .he husbands they grab. If the only mlrrcr in the house was 10-ce-- J1 "l???-11.' n" Ant-mont- hs ' husband ' .without listening to what he snys. t THE young man who contests his father's will during Jlfc generally has to do it after death. THERE j&js, no rounds of drinks in tho Jaddcr of 'success; A WISE 'man can get more knowledge from a fool than a fool Is likely to get from a wise man. ' ,,. ,.... one-Jent- - rZ.JZ: "C ,"' A foul, disagreeable breath, dark circles around tho eyes, at times fov- erish. with creat thirst: cTwks flush. cd and then palo, abd onion swollen with sharp cramnln? nalns are all Indications of worms. Don't let your child suffe- r- Ktckapoo 4rm Killer will Bhc sure relief" It klls the worms-'-whll- o its laxative effect add grcat'y to tho health of your child by romovins the dan '"" Worms The Cause of Your Child's Pain. gerous and disagreeable effeot of worms and parasites fromjthe ays-teKickapoo' Worm killer as a health producer should be in everyv household. .Perfectly safe. JJuy a box Price 25c. All Druggists or by mall. Kickapoo Indian Med. Co., Philadelphia or St. liouls. "So you are engaged to Tom?" "Yea." dea.r, I congratulate you. Tom Is tho nicest fiance 1 ever hd." to-da- y. "-- m . Special Offer. The Daily Louisville Herald dur 1914. and the Hartford Republican by mall for one year, at special price, of S2.73, Kentucky's greatest newspaper delivered at 'your homo each day Including your home paper, at the price of $2.75. This offer positively expires on January 31, ing January, 4i i 1914. " J " - - ' S A . ad-jus- ta ed JIKT ONCE STr MORE m ' y EkltHKr 1 A VY1 jjWbtSRJv. cSiWaffisZ&XR&ro n'ii wWJfi ii u' ' CHANCE tmam.y ;' mj tjjn imm . ?msmtr.d.ir?it!8m&gz , nwsy yWh That there is some PRETTT .SPARKLING PICKING LEFT IN QUO SPLENDID STOCK' ANDWE HAVE JUST MADE A FEW MORE SPAKKS BBOLVEH i the price, to Your. fLYOUTOF w. fir'lng L Kklrt. " lOth-Equ- aJlty. ,,,. -- V? I f ""ni &nr A PENNY JAVEP S A PENNY MADE. IF Yol COME IN TO OlR SToUE, WE KNOW THERE ARE PENNY r AVPENNJE& MAKE YOU. DoLLARJ. YOU CAN JAVE DOLER. J FOR &Y c"Iat w" ul " '"""S rLv'r..,'"!,Children Cry CA ORIA -' t WITH VS, BECAUSE WE HAVE MADE THE ,LoW E,ST PoJJIBLE PRICE ON OUR fiooD GOOD-5WHY NOT? WE ARE HERE TO JTAY, AND WE DON'T EXPECT. To DO IT BY ROBBING OUR . LAR 5 DEALING " W"'' "tlnp " St l. yr6 t CARSON & CO. , & flNCORPOHATUU, i " J.-H- Hartford, Kentucky. i t &1- ("