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The Hartford republican: February 6, 1914 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 hao1914020601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: February 6, 1914 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. A h Stye IS RELEASED Jfortfotb Itejwblicmt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Fihe Job Work. VOL. XXVI. ALL TOBACCO Subscription $1 per Yeftr No. 30 COOL RECEPTION HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1914. of the tobacco will bo delivered In Owcnaboro over tho loose leaf floors. 41 uoy eiiy umi 11 uuy ui inu uuyura I lIPrT fir I Til I I1 In ff fl ADMIRES THE AMERICAN MEN Grower Can Dispose of To- bacco As He Chooses. ij All Pronoi?t!ons From The Buvers Are Voted Down The at Last. RELEASING CON- - I RESOLUTION ! oAim.-.L- M, nnfii to r 1 ! Inspector of labor In the of Mrfjean county, and seconded by Paris district, who arrived in WashPrice Balrd, of Daviess county, memington recently. She Is making a bers of the special committee sent tour of the United States at the dihero from the mass meetings of rection of tho French government. Uie various counties, the following She will visit schools and factories resolution was adopted: for the purpose of studying our meth-ou- s We recommend that tho executive of ocational training. board officially real case, every memCommenting on a number of difber of the. Consolidated Tobacco ferences betweca the French and Democratic Leader Found Guilty. Growers' association and ho Is hereAmerican, people as .she found hem,, -lew "York, Feb, 2. Joseph Cas-sldby authorized to dtsposo of his toMme. de la Ruelle said: v until recently the Democratic bacco, la any manner ho may choose. "Every woman must necessarily turned tuttlo In a stream near Ithe leader of Queens county, and Louis We further recommend that each road, pinning the occupants under love America, because women ore so T. Walter, Jr., were found guilty by a member allow one per oqnt to bo it. They were not discovered until respected here, and the American jury DRASTIC ACT TO . in the supreme court late to by the buyer to bo paid into deducted man-j- s daylight this morning. . so .fine. It Ja said, of couree night .of :v accepting a bribe in return the, treasury of tlio association by men have not the American Edwards was dead, having been END LYNCH LAW frozen to death under the automo- that to be' gallant to .women hut for a judiciary nomlnattion given Wilnam. time liam iWJIIot, Jr. a former member We hereby notify tho poolers wishbile, while Terhune, who had' lain in your .true .woman knows what that of congress Ja. 1911, The' jury was ing jo sell their tobacco over tho the water all night in a semi remars. is worjxu.ior sne Knows line out fifty two minutes. loose leaf Doors, that wo havo sedepthjW the American men, and re Officer Who Fails to frotect conscious condition, was half dead cured for their benefit a reduction ; from exposure, Neither had any alizes, that what you call 'arnlsh' for ft." of GO per cent on warohuose charges. PRIZES DANGLING bones broken. The car was consid amouM, .'after all, to very little. Prisoner May Loss TJie President dld.not continue MM All that is nfiulrcd of jthe grower erably damaged. "I Uad, here I suppose every oth diacuseloa, but 'expressed wlstee--' la to, notify the manager of each Posltlsi. Edwards was the son of President er visitor haa, remarked an unusual met 'the' women who were waitfaff . BEFORE DARE-DEVI- L! house .that you ore pooled with the '" Edwards, of the State Bank and amouBf of lHkrty for women. Just outside.' L. C'onaolIdaUxT association. Trust 'Company, at Hatrodeburg, while ivaather Jt M.tiesiraue or not, I am told 11s we couldn't all .(Signal) EXECUTIVE BOARD CON FraWort.VKr.'.f'J'Qb. 2. If the bill Terhune is prominently connected not prepared to 'qUeatioH. I think com'n,"remarlced Mrs. Evans. . JBOLJDATED TOBACCO GROWERS Introduced in the Legislature by Sen Relatives of itho two young men have to a great extent, your women are Great Temptations Offered for "It must be a misunderstanding." ASSOCIATION'. said the President , and he MKt ator W. B. Mood', of Honry county,, been notified and are now on their spoiled." Trip Around the word out, that he would Uke to aVe becomes a law, its author and sup- - way to Lexington to render what as- Mme. de la Ruelle does not apBy tho adoption of the preceding tlje deUgatlOft come in. They caste prove of our custom of printing pic claim that It will have' a salu- - ststanco they can. Earth. - solution by the ?jecia) county pprtera .MUCH. 80RR0W CAUSED iat.slHgteito,taetag' lary euecKinjireranungiyncmnga ana tures ofrofang women about to be representing tho Con - mob violence in Kentucky, The chief tomiultteee. Harrodsburg, Ky., Feb. 2. Lisle come debutantes and of matrons aland out another. Some of tlro'Tro- San Francisco, Calif:, Feb. 2. The men declined to shake hands with solldatcd Tobacco Growers' ossocla- - provision of tho measurp is for tho Edwards, tho young man who was ready In society. She thinks it helps tlon, ovory iwund of tobacco, estl- - suspension of any pcaco officer who killed In an automobile accident on to spoil them. Over In her country glory of first girdling the world in n the President, marching indlfferesU-l- y machine, and cash prises mated at 12,000,000 pounds, xxl- - allows a prisoner to bo taken from tho Harrodsburg pike, near Lexlng- - she dec'nres a nice woman has no flying iy, refusing to, take his proffered ed with tho organization In Daviess, his custody and forfeiture of office ton, last ht, was a member of one more story after marriage, then it amounting to $300,000 or more, are hand. McLean,, Ohio and Muhlenberg coun- - in the event It Is known that tho bf- -, of , most prominent families In is her husband who Is spoken of, and the lures dangled today before aviaAt their exit. Dr. Mary Walker, In, tors of the world by the Panama male attire, argued with 1b released. tics fleer failed to uso duo dllllgonce and this vCy, and was well and favorably whoso, picture Is in the papers. the women Pacifies International Exposition. was taken at 11 all tho force at his command In pro- - known. He was employed in the This action that suffrage was a State darae. "With us," she continued, "a young May 1915, is the time set, and the She was not permitted to enter with o'clock Tuesday night at the asso- - tocting tils prisoner from a mob. The State Bank and Trust Company, of girl marries beforo twenty and has had elation headquarters Jn Alien Btreet. full text of the Moody wheih hsl father was president, and no story. There is nothing to put race is to be over an easterly route tho delegation. from the exposition grounds on the The pleas, of the working wioeJiea The committees had been In joint bill follows: had a large jcircle of f rlcndshero. In the paper about cither class. I session with the executive board of The news of the fatal accident think that his advertising of women shore of Son Francisco Bay. Ninety were phrased eloquently and with a "Bo it enacted by the General As- tho Consolidated utnee early Mon- - sembly of tho Commonwealth of Ken- - was not received until this mom- - is useless, and 1 am sure It spoils days actual time is the limit set and touch of pathos and emotion, as tfcejr day morning. ling, and caused great sorrow. Young them and makes them seem more the distance is estimated at 22,000 described the hardships of woman tucky: Officials of tho association, in Section 1. It will ho tho duty of Terhune also belongs to a phomin- - Important than they really are outsUe miles. . workers. statemenis Issued after the meeting tho Sheriff, Jailer, Constable and all enti family, and is well known and the family circle, 'whore of course Arnold Kruckman, manager of the Mrs. Evans referred, In closing, to Bureau of Aeronautics of tho exposi- the fact that she had ivialted Mr. , adjourned, declared that they found other pcaco officers, who have no- - highly thought of. they arc all In all" tion, said today that at present; there Wilson at Sea Girt, when he w it Impossible to close a contract tlco or reason to anticipate lynching or Mme. .de la Ruelle, who enjoys the are no other limitations on the race with lotal buers for tho pool. They mob vlolcaico of any kind to person CrilSer Denver 10 Be FuSt YCS- President, and clatMed-t- o distinction of being one of the few and, these, he holds are reasonable. candidate for were not willing to take prices or property Jn their iblljlwick, to have gotten some encourageswat-fo- r sel Through PamamaCaial. wmen attoorneys of .France, altho her In fact, he says, every condition al- to those recently paid tor mon tho power of the county and use th.e cause of suffrage. San Diego, Calif., Feb. 2. with tho duties as labor inspootor' prevent her ready has been met, somewhere or pool, which 'all tho means at their command dll- - promisd from Colonel the Green River-Equit- y "Why, we worked our ftegerjaaipT Goroge W. from practicing her profession, Is not .,,, . --yj other by aviators. Mr Kruckman will you 4 ranged from $10 to $G for leaf and lgcntly to protect such person or'Goethals. in command of the canal likely to praise our factory system star east soon, with tho double pur-!a- off to ot lugs, and from $3 to $2 for trash; (property. Any officer failing In his zqq. that his boat will he the first ,.j thought from what you mUL in her report to her government. pose of checking out tho outline of Uiat you ,were m Xavor of wtf.'. tho tobacco that graded .under the. duty as ., herein proviklod.shall he. , Ha- - to pass, through the Panama canal, "In factories, you see' she said, samplo to go at 4. y0u "word', anlng for-- v" jblo on his "official 'bond to any Per-- 1 Commander X- - ,H. kRoberteon yiartefc 'yoiudo not teach' children as much tho tour, and'UKingrcounoU .with all ' the aviation oxier's ho can find, as thCil .. ..v. Mw vutiowiu niu vuv uw wi u uiuavs ounuuiivu Hinriea irom nan uissco in ine u. as we do, and In some respects, I do to general conditions surrounding tup r MI" .samples offored by It. E. O'Flynn, by. was much frcer. to pxpreai aajf S. cru'ser Denver. " not, think1 you do in the homes. So race- who agreed to tako the entire pool opinion then than "Sec. 2. Any collections of per- . According to Robertson, Colonel far as tho factories are concerned, .,, .o i" it the Presdent. I am now," anil. r.... at prices rnaging ifrom $11 to $6 sons assembled for an unlawful pur-- 1 cecals intends to use tho cruiser to your 1 Industries are more mechanical of $100,000; $3,000 and $20,000 und ore 300 working 'women fer. tyaf and lugs, and from $3 to poso or intending to do injury to any test the canal locks .before tho big than ours. We make an Important contributions from individuals and "There awaiting your answer," Bad' $ for trash. Tho (tokioco thatjono or proparty without authority of ditch is really opened. Unless tho point of teaching children dressmak cities enroute wil) double this mi in, outside . . .. MJMAfi 11fl.1.kM Mrs. Evans. i.uu 9t! ..till. 1a uvut j J iv ittn num. uv ii'bdlVv'u jWl'm't m4 ihn fu cvfttii,u itiu tl . In.. r.tll l.n u..h.hJuI iam u. Vt.1. vum navy department interferes with Col. ing, millinery and the domestic arts, It is said. A.ll for what it was worth, down to any aot of violence wilfully done by Goothal's plans, tho Denver will enter "I want to say just (this," returnparticularly cooking. $4. Mr. 0'Klnn also had a clause 'them to any penson shall constitute tho canal at Balboa on March 15, pass ed the President: "I need not tell "xou Know wo aro more arusuu Rough House at Meeting of Na- jou what you have said, makes a pro in ms contract agreeing to snare a lynching. Ing through to Colon and then return in Franco than you are pver there tional Democratic Club. profits with tho association.' any -illK to tho Pacific 6lde. certain found Impression upon mo, but 1 "See. 3. It will bo tho duty of .. .. .. .. . ... You aro, so to speak, in tho beginNew York. Pah. 2. A mmLinir of'linu) already explained my limua-uoin or jno propositions were thor - ornccr named In tho iirst section ning of homo economies. You must tho Natlonnal Democratic club endy tlons. Until a party as such has tak-l- n oughly discussed by tho mombors of of this act, who has custody of any Villa Orders Messenger Shot. Jicarn, I think how not to waste, so I tho com in It tees. prisoner, to uso diligently all the disorder tonight after a rosolu- - ' a position on a question, I am Juarez, Feb. 2. Francisco Guzman, On Tuesday tho managers of tho moans at his command to protect ivhn f Icnifrwf nrm.i.i.m.'Mv' In tin. rnvo- - much, and to make better food. Your tion demanding that Charles I not at liberty to speak for it. "l am Jjancaslcr loose leaf wrnvhouso com- -' such prisoner from mob violence; imion asalnst Madoro, was executed 'food Is nbt all pure. For instance Murphy be retired from the lender- - limited In expressing my, opinions no your bread Is not good. I liavo gath- ship pany and tho Owcnsboro Loose and If any prlsouer sliall bo taken j tno (mnt jnrd of a house occupied of Tanunany Hall had been de- - matter what my Indlvdlual thoughttsered tho Impression that your bread clarcd adopted on an ajo and nay may be. 1 Jiave no aouDt w& yvur AVureliouse company niudu proposl- - f rom tho custody of any such officer Dy General Francisco VHJa here lotions, agreeing to reduce tho waro- - and lynched by a mob It shall be prl- -' uay. Guzman Just ctuno from 11a- - is mado only with' starch, and that vote. visit wlU make a profound Impression. houso ehargu. 00 per wnt on all ma faclo u misf.iaaance In office by vaua, whero It was cliargcd, ho had tho gluten has boon taken out to When tho chalrmuu The Presidont himself hastened the iini.oimcil Consolldutel tobacco delivered over, such officer, and it bliall be the duty been given u btcrct mission fiom make cereals. tho result of the vote Murphy iwrU handshaking ceremony, thoroby end- "In France, oeu among our chil- bans and those favoring his retire-- j Ing the discussion, though Mrs. tho I00.S0 leaf floors. of tho Governor to suspend him at Follx Diaz to induce Villa o redren, our henno of taste Is oultfl On account of tho rjso In the irice once from office nud appoint another nounce Carr.u-.-dcmona.rutloi aim remarked that only ten minutes started a and tlirow the ttrong. It Is by tho sense ot tatte agalnst Flbts were of tho alloted fifUen had been usoil of tobacco on tho loose leaf floors to dischargo tho duties of the off lea each other. strength to PIoz. that 1 gather tho lmpivjslou I men- shaken freely, threats weiu made 'up. Tho Presidont bpgan Bhakiug during tho last week, and thu reduc- whtlo he Is sumniiidcd. it shall bo As soon Us he IicunI of tho propo1 should say that it Is wrong tho members of thecam-mlttetion offon-dund hard names were utod. It wus hands, however, cutting oft further the duty of tho Commonwealth At- sal yillu guve Gu:mui. a conference tion. ' reached the conclusion that torney Immediately to file In tho and after making sure of the nature to glvo lho children of a nation the fully ten minutes beforo a bemhlauce discussion. sort of bread that I have tasted and of order was restored. Whiti Tho delegation left tho the resolution offered by the McLean Circuit Clerk's office any inforana- - of his visit" ordered the messanger eaten here." county representative was the best tlon against such officer, cliarglns shot. Murpby'a friends said tho icsoiu-tlo- n Houso In groups int animated conAt this jKInt Mine, do la Ruelle proposition. It was declared In tho him with said misfeasance in office, was eorrkU by an illegal vote, versation, somo pleased, others dls CERALV0. recalled ltw American Iioiucb In wliio and said they would ln the matt or appointed, and somo tjven saying mooting that, If all of tho tobacco iaT,ho caso sliall, Ihj sf.t for the second a- khehad been cnlertnlned, and ho beforo the board of governors of, tho th,oy were angry. The bands depurtt-delivered ovor tho loeso leaf floors, it day of thq next term of (lie court, Feb. 4.Mr. J. W, .Uaker.in will nioun ut least $17,000 to the as- -' beginning not leva than ton days aft- - ltjng er son, Mr. Ixouard Baker at bgun to- - question the propriety of rganlzatlcn in the form of a pro-- , without plajing aiiy more, and thi'i . soclallpu. j wo test. Presldlnt ad, Secretary Tiunult er the summons is sened, and sliull Jackson, Tenn. uiyMi siiv imu vuvij, uu-juHoua Mrs, h. P. Fulkcrhon, who has been Uilktd of the bread In the res- ciosscd over to the, Wtt In the past the loose leaf iwxiro- - liavo prcfrrouct. oer other business. Old Citizen Dead. quietly for luncheon, taurants. Iuusea bae been charging 20 cents If tho officer kholl hIlow that ho on the ulek list, is betUT. on the hundred pounds and two per oil tho means at his command wlUi "After all." she said, "It is n, fuc- - Mr. J. R. Sliull, 79 years ot age, The word was Jrom Jhej Llttlo Mibi.es Oru and Cora Evcrly cent on the dollar, duo diligence and care, us prov idod by are visiting their uncle, Mr. Clarenco tory uwtstiou, ui.U tho rsil oubject died at bis home near Paradise, lust White Houhe that tho Presdinl ls tho manufacture of flour, jsn't it? Saturday of dlscusou Incident to o!d would tako a similar position on all The only opposition to the rosolu- - this act, and notwithstanding thli. Urown, near Uquality. for woman's buffnvgx age, Funeral services wero conduct- delegations Miss Margaret, Barnard Is vlsltiiig You bee. I am u profi'sslonul oberv-relstlvtlpn to release all of the poolera ( was unable to protect tho prisoner. or, In consequence of my work as ed by Rev. It. I). Bennett at Hope- hereafter, und that, until the Demo--' at MfiUinzas. from the Ohio county dolega- - lie sluxll bo acquitted and his suspen- viiiuie Mrs. Ollio Fulkcrson Js spending inspector of Jbor n l'arjs. and these well, church Sunday, air. Shull was cratlc party bad taken a stand 00 ulon from offieo bhall terminate. But' tlon. J. Is 'tlio opinion of thu olfciluU. of Jf ho is foimd guilty tho office shah a 'few days with her parents at Mc- - things strlk me, that's all. a highly rcupcctcd clU&cu ana vm the, subject, ho would not try to forfo It I I "V 60ems to bo useless for trav- - bo grcftty missed. any opinion on it. Henrj'. tho Consolidated that the gnut bulk be declared vacant." -- On a motion mado by O. W. Hull, nlL'n thn TlnrmHahllrir Inaf tilcKf . EdwanS( aged twcnlyK)nJ7 , dead, and Buford .Tcrhunc, aged twen o, Is In a precarious condition at tho hospital from exposure. Both young men aro members of prominent families residing at Harrodsburg. Last night they drovo over to LexHorse For Sale. ington In the car and upon returning Work horse for sale on time. Call home about 11 o'clock the steering gear got out of fix and the machine at Hartford Mill Co., Hartford, Ky. ty-tw- tako wliat Is known as "outsdle point" In McLean and Ohio counties, they vlll havo to pay fancy prices for the tobacco. It Is expocteil that tho rush of the Cotibollda'cd tobacco to tho Owens-bor- o begin tomorrow market will and continue uninterruptedly as long as tho season continues. Tho action of the committees on Tuc8day nl6'vt wiu c07'10 a sur prise to hundreds In tho Green river dsltrict, poolers and others. Many were of tho opinion that tho Consolidated was preparing to prizo the tobacco and hold as was done in the Stemming district last year. Sales Manager C. E. Hobson, Organization Manager Bradley .Wilson and Secretary J. W. Tompkins sfcat- cd on"Tuesday night that the effort soil the tobacco bad been a hard fight from tho start, and that they are now confident the committees have taken tho beat step for the Interests of the growers. Owensboro Messenger. UNDER AUTO One clcrs io comohereto this great country and at once havo something to say about itt. I am not siireo it Is courteous and that I will not bo misunderstood. She noxt took up cold storago pro ducts, and also discussed tho eating Is only one place In tho big markets where cold storage meats ar6 sold. And there is a big prominent sign up over that to Indicate the fact. Only the cheap restaurants in Paris buy tho cold storage meats. The FOR SUFFRAGISTS -- Man Killed Another French Labor Inspector Gives Impression of Us. Seriously Wounded in Paris,- - she went on, "there President Reiterates Position on Question. r His Accident Occured on Harrodsburg Women Must Like This Country Pike Executive Cannot Speak for Hi at Midnight Hour. 1 Because of Respect Shown Them. . : Fob. 2. b 17-1- 1 Lexington, Ky As the ro Washington, ernment Feb. 4. Tho AmeriMmo gov- suit of on automobile accident itwo can nwrnhas a warm admirer In and a half miles from this city on do la Ruclla of Parts, France a working classes prefer fresh horse to cold storago beef, and they declare It is much more AvholcBome. A horse is hurt in Paris; there has been an accident, perhaps, and the animal Is Immediately killed and the ncsWsohj. That meat Is very good, really." Mme. de la Ruelle will return to Franco In March. She believes there are some methods in uso in the United States, especially among the big industrial plants, which would prove useful "In her country. She declares that American industries are much organized better than those of meat, Party as to Votes for Women. ros. Washlngton, Feb. Wilwa gave no encouragement 4today to of three hundred worhtagr women who marched on the Wliffc' Houso with a brass band and'' fly- Ing colors, to ask his support amendment enfrancMrf- -' " ing women. ; tTwenty-- f Ive of the women- - were wJ celved by tho President and five; la short speeches, presented their argument. Tho President reiterated tilat-- ' as leader of the Democratic party ho was limited only to recommending those things on which the papty had made up its mind. "We don't want you to break with your party, but we jwould like you to influence them," sf&id Mrs. Gle dower Evans, of Boston, after lA President'' "41 finished speaking! "It .Ifa'Jt ak question of breafclff with the party," returned the Vput- - " dent; "ft. Is a question of speafciaff fer'a-constltutional , -- y, " 1 -- , ';Butty teiW.W' ' antl-Jynchi- tsum-slmil- ar na , wjfwy -'-- ..... I : Jaf Ev-me- , es 1 ul lul cs &0KRIWWt TH"W"??!W!lf """ T ... !.. .. r- -i -- WMt'5jW I Be wling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, 0 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 Ac they multiplied their earning-povve- r counting, English. Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, was always nt the door, so apparent poverty was the bet shield of defence Besides, as hasty illght was recurrent ly necessary liefore the ravaging armies of Tartar. Afghan and Mogul, gold and Jewels were the easiest forms of negotiable security to trausport or hide In the earth In this way Delhi was sacked and sacked again until .lohn Ireland, the New York traveler, visiting that city In the middle of the eighteenth ccutury. thought Nadir Shah must have swept It clean of treasures In his Iat $100.000.000 raid Delhi looked to him a poverty stricken place. Yet a century or so afterward, when the British troops stormed It In the mutiny, the Thomas Atkins of those days was pretty soon seen bar terlng Jewels for drinks and playing quoits with gold anklets and bangles. Since then Delhi has probably accumulated another hoard of treasure, for the people's yearning lu that respect seems to be explained by their never having got over their scare of the Invader plundering and squeezing them for ages or the dread terror of a plague taking Its toll In million Something then unchanging In value to fly with or bury would appear to be their sole Idea of security, and without doubt this Is best represented in gold nnd Jewels. New York Tribune. A Winter Cough. A stubborn, annoying, depressin; cough hangs on, racks the body weakens the lungs, and often leads to ssrious results. The first dose oi Dr. King's new discovery gives re lief. Henry D. Sanders, of Cavendish Vt., was threatened with consump He Hon, after having pneumonia. writes: "Dr. King's New Discover .ought to be In every fajnlly;. it Is certainly tho best cf all medicines for coughs, tcolds or lung trouble." Money Good fr chlMren's coughs. back if not satisfied. Price oUc and 51.00. At all Drugists. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or ni St. Louis. Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. GREEDY FOR GOLD India a Glutton In Swallowing Up the Yellow Metal. HOARDS IT LIKE A AN ALP8NE THRILL looKln? over the advertisements, the Miances are that you would get no ill MISER TOO. Millions on Million! In Bullion and Golden Coin Flow Into That Country Every Year, Hardly Any of Which Return or Is Ever Seen Again. A stonily st renin of cold tins been fliwin fur centuries into India. One might .MijYfstrea mis of gold flowing tliei.ee, for since India produces little old herself she 'lays the whole world under tribute. Hardly any of this gold returns. It is us if the cut'lb' of Indiii Imd opened und swul- -' )owL it up. The American tourist In JiMMa who parts from u sovereign or a. five dollar gold piece may he pretty certain it will go strulgutwny put of circulation nnd nevermore be seen in the country of its minting. In one year Alone India hus been known to import over $000,000,000 in bar gold and English sovereigns. What has become of this vast accumulation of gleaming treasure? To what use is all this gold put, since India has not minted a gold coinage of her own for many generations? The puzzle becomes a bit curious when it is remembered .that us a whole the three hundred oild millions of natives refuse absolutely to deposit their savings, gold or otherwise, In banks and will take no part financially In such productive enterprises us railroads irrigation worlss or'fuctories. The .sharpest and most astute bucket whop artist that ever boaked a gullible occidental public could uo moie beguile the mild Hindu to buy a share of stock with the glittering prombe of a tuousaud poiut rise in value tbau the government has been able to induce lilm to Invest in solid guaranteed bonds, It has been estimated that "the visible hoarded wealth of, India in temples, the treasure chests of princes uud In the jewelry of the Indian men and women amounts to $1.800.000.000" a blmple portable treasure that would loolj like u pretty respectable pile even for our day and make the old time buccaneers set all for India in a hurry. Tart of this any American tHJJ.lst can see Tor himself In such toys iiftjlie two gold cannon of the gaek-wu- r of Barodii, each containing 2S0 pounds of pure gold, and from glimpses caught of temple Images of solid or thickly plated gold und blazing with Jewels. As a sttoclu'l fa'vdr lie may be permitted to glance within the Iron boiiud treasure chests of soine. highness 'and plunge his arm to the elbow in ancient jfold xuolmrs. Tint this would hardly account for t tho greater jiart of that golden set towaid India since the .begin iilnjf of the record. It is into the earth that current sinks, year after yearfur hundreds of (hem. to be forgotten or Jost trace of in the violent social up hcavals, plague and famines that have swept over the country. In India man has but to rellnqtiMi bis light tho Jungle growth fur a shoit sjace lt In the tearing iloxyn. over1o whelming mid utter obliteration of all a Ills Work. Therefoio it Is lllght of Imaginitloii to picture the Mack tolu a nesting in some bole ol ruined lemple masonry stull'eii ultb gold nnd Jewels or the tiger u lair In the dazzling tlirouo room of a long I'Mignttcti dynasty buried In tin jungle. J'nr tjii reason' of this curious mild piobli'Ui or India apparently one lias Until the UtisllMi not far to Jcelr. went 'in India the country ua. swepi repeatedly by invasions and (iiiiUt'Ms Kiicli lien coiner was bent (hlelly on plunder ' but if he decided to munlii Ao scl up a government in width all life iipil pro.ieily were his m1 nnd undisputed possession The oiily lights the ei'inpicred' IJllnlus possessed ui-rtlios lit- - chose io grant. TIihno eon" fisted piM!('ipall .in providing' t tie con (jucror ultli splctjilid palace-t- . JtWflii, gorgeously eupaibyW'd elepliaiiU'.dane fug girls, a'hobt of. xwakUlirtikliiiB re. liy talnei- - tmtl costly tomlw That l tho AuierTi-j- u tpurM in iaH get n surfeit nf'jviriiccs! templi nnd tmtibs to have As to the vqile. Ihey i conic to Hie conclusion pretty far kick that It wa adylxnblo for iliedi never to display 's;s of overmuch wealth. Tie tinii(r! 'i wluTer or tux gulhvrvi cur-renre-u- . lo The Ohio County Conrt and The Judge Thereof: We the undersigned citizens and Ohio County, Kenof tucky, respectfully ask and petition your Honorable Court to establish the .following change in the Baize-tow- n and Arnold public read, viz: Beginning Balzetown nearthe school house In the Balzotown and thenve East Henfrow public road; H. Baize about over the lands of 40 jurds to the" lands of M.'.I. Em-bre direction ovtheuce In er tho lands of M. J. Emory about 1,000 yards to the lands jot Newton Einbry; 'thence In tlie same direction over tho lands of said Newton Em- .bry about 400 yards to tho Arnold and Balzetown public road near the duelling house of Newton Enibry. will Said change. If established, make a much better Toad than where wuno Is at present located and will cnabV a largo number of people, into reach cluding jour petitioners, the post ofiice, church and mill much more convonlently than at present. Witness our signatures, this IS, iltij ot December, 19l. M. J. EM lilt V, NEWTON EMBRY, T. F. JAMES, free-holde- rs y; tho-sam- I'.v T. 11. W. C. DAUCHEHTY, W. II. BAIZE. Benton, County Uoad i Engiiii cr. Try This Remedy For Rheum- atismFree. I vim t oveij sufferer .from any form of rheumatism to try Evuhh Khetimutlc ltcniedy I'tee. Absolutely wife, No "Mierhnfiit. sure, aiul quick i u8 results. Hi has jvllivcd thousands thruout ft doztin dlffrent.slatfs, suffering from tho varJoo, form? of rluiuniatljmi, and it will do .the Buiini for you. Saul uo money. .Simply mull your ii.amei and iidihvs3, and 1 will t.oud jou by return "Kill t'n-Trial Packng'o of this gro.it remedy for, rheumatism, Vou may not hco this offer In print Send toduy It. will nave yu money uimI suffering. 2fvt2. II. C. EVANS. S518 Transit Aw., Louisville, Ky. , pears In tlie advertising columns Jis foreign cattle Is noted since the stock grower outside of the United efStates nre getting a great deal out Wild Slide Down the Snow Slept' Interesting reading matter. Portland Underwood Tariff law went Into e fect, October I!, 191a. Cattle are now of our (Ore.) Telegram. Tariff. But wiiero ' of a Mountain Peak. on the free list, along .with hos docs the American fanner come lin? A Natural Cross. and shcop, and all tho world may One of the most beautiful natural send Its live stock to compote "with SWEPT INTO AN ICE FUNNEL rock carvings in the world Is the tho animal produce of A merlca'i FOR FLETCHER'S Southern Cross, on the Island of (irand farmers without the payment of TarI Mnnun. In tho bay of Fundy. It Perilous Experience of an Explorer Ftnnds at the head of a ledac of roeks iff duties. The L. S. DeiurUnent Agriculture reports that in The King of All Laxatives. Who Was Imprisoned a Whole Night jutting Into the luy from the foot of of oue of the Immense cliffs at the south October and November of the past For constipation, uso Dr. King's In a Treacherous Crevasse In a Glacier on the Brink of a Gaping Chasm. eru end of the Crand Manau. Its year tho Imported cattle numbered New Life Pills. I"aul Mathulka, of shape Is that of an almost perfect L'i,'J27 head, as compared with Buffalo, N. Y., pays they arc tho Some thrilling experiences once be- cross. London Mall. for the coriesion(llng period of "king of all laxatives. They nrv a fell Frederick Chamberliu while he 1012 .All of these cattle came from blcslng to all niys family and I alOne Advantage. was exploring the Alps. In the Wide Canada and Mexico except 417 head ways keep a box at home." Get a Is a mounted policeman.' "My papa World Magazine be writes of an ador pure bred cattle, for brooding box and get wxdl again. Price 25c. said small Erie to a visitor venture that befell him on the after"Is that better than being a walklnc puriwscs, imiwrted from Groat Brit- At Drugists or by mall noon of a' September day when be wes p'olIcomanV asked the visitor. ain. The Imports were classified as II. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or descending the. snow slope of a moun "Course it Is." replied Eric. "If then-I- s follows: m St. Louis. October for Imnieliate ! tain: trouble he can get away quicker." 7.1,160; slaughter, as stockers and "Suddenly I found myself In front tr Chicago News. feeders, 5t,DC5; for dairy and breeding a particularly nasty serac. or ice tidge. put Into this world robe puriwscs, 739; total, 128,170. NovemMen are not that gave very little foothold." Tle slaughter. 3!,0SG; surface was not broken nnd crumbly, everlastingly fiddled on by the fingers ber for Immediate AND CURE LUNC8 as stockers and feeders, 41.5IS; for of Joy. Ilpnry Ward Bwvher. but just smooth, treacherous Ice. Howdairy and breeding purposes, 223, ever, I was not going to be daunted, so Feel' Miserable? skiugh-te- r WITH I wormed my wuy up and was about Out of sorts, depressed, ialn In the total, S0.S37. Tho bulk of the cattle came from Canada while to descend the other side wbcu with- back Electric Bitters renews your of out warning my feet shot from under health and strength.' A guaranteed Mexico furnished over four-fifth- s me. nnd I started careering down the Liver and Kidney remedy. Money the stockers and feeders. Imported meat-foo- d slope at break neck speed. products InPBICK not satisfied. It completely meats and AA FOR "Down I slid, straight through a fun- back if 1M spected during October and NovemBurlTrUfeHi rif nel 'shaped hole into a partly formed cured Itobert Madsen, of West pounds. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Ail ber amounted to 17,793,211 irevnsse. I brought up sharply against ington, Iowa, who suffered irom vir- Tho bulk of this consisted of fresh l small bar of Ice that only Just pre- ulent liver troubje Tor eight months. and refrigerated beer. Of the total GUARANTEED SATISFACTOBYl OB MONEY REFUNDED. vented me from continuing my head- After four doctors gave him up, he long career into a gapltr,' chasm below t03k Electric Bitters and Is now a Canada furnished S.09S.197 pounds; n "Tor a few seconds lay half It well man. Get a bottle 1 carefully gut on my fret, will do the y samtf or you. Keep In felt my body all over to see that no the house for all Iher and kidney bones bad been broken and looked Perfectly safe and deround for my Ice ax. but that had dls complaints. pendable, its results will surprise appeared. "I saw a slight crack In the surface you. SOc. and $1.00. of one of the sides, and I tried to draw II. E. Bucklen tc Co. Philadelphia or ., fa ! ' in. -r ni myself up. but my tinkers could not St. Louis. No Monoy s. get a firm hold In the slippery Ice. unci iuAdviiuco I was soon forced to give that up Things Worth Knowing. Sntiiifnc tion Guni Then I tried lying flat on my back In Below is Riven a list of some imnntood the funnel through which I bad en portant events that have occurred on TFTfTi T" tkML fruiiir"? iTiB Lo went Net tered my prison and. firmly planting, Frdlay: Fact ory my knees against Its sloping roof, en Washington was born. PriooH deavored to work myself back. Here on ( Shakespeare was born. too, I failed. TerniH A America was discovered. "Beiug by this time quite desperate Saving of Richmond was evacuated. I took out my little pocket knife to try SlOO to to cut steps in the slope. My still torn S20O Tho Bastlle was destroyed. From Fno fingers let the knife slip at the lirt were pilgrims P.A.UTAftCK The Mayflower (ory Direct MSIOKNT attempt, and. although 1 groped ubout landed. for u long time. I failed to recover It. Queen Victoria was married. "My last chance bud gone with the Napoleon Bonararto was boru. knife. The darkness creeping on and Julius Caesar was asslnated. enveloping everything- - the dead si Wo will ship you a beautiful Slarcl; Piano f(.r .10 il.iys' frr trial, In your The Battle of Marengo was fought. home.- No canti payment rcnulrid. AH we auk N that oil will play upon, uso fence, the bitter cold, were all beginanil test this piano lor 30 days. If. nt the um nf that time, you ln nut Hint It Ui ning to take cucct. and I groifucd at The Battle of Waterloo was fought. lUKlieHt grade, sweetest toned anl llncst piano In every way, Hint ymi have ever the prospect of the long night in front The Battle of Bunker Hill was seen for the money, ycu are ul tiufift llbiirty to iieml it Kick, ami w will. In that event, pay Uie freight both wai's,. Tula tftarcl; I'lano aaut maku gfud with you," of me. I dared, not leap too far back. fought. or there Is 'no sale. t fortbnt'Tjtender'bnr-.osVie-e might give The Battle of Now Orleans was Save $150.00 or Mare Easy Payments way. I called out loudly at Intervals? We lilp Ulrrct to yo'i from otir factory, at You pay lai cli dwii, but alur SO day) but the sound was stifled by the over- fought. prlcci tint cate you upunl4 of (130.00 in the cf trial, m ran pyjmei.t the low. The Declaration of Independence hanging walls. co.t of your plino. Wo ffjar.mU'e to funibli lit, caxl.i-- t t' tin lm Fi'iyiMtd 'u piano by cvir you a better piano tor tlio inouey (lunt-jocm Tii(i tinnn arc utra tiffed to iiuimfauurcr. wns pitch dark, and to while was signed. "Soon it ure tlcwlierc. You are onriJ nf rivulni; tult ycur iiiieni'iie. und It It possible for away the time and keep my spirits up a satisfactory twect toned durable Iilgli grade Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson's Ecjtii o buy u pan for jour lioiuf, without I louUly sang a jwpular American song. piano. ,, inlstfte tin1 imiiK-y-. zema Ointment. C. P. Caldwell, of aiarcx But soon my thoughts became gloomy Guarantee Now Orleans, La., btatos: "My docPlayer-Pianagain. There was no sound but an eerie 2nd-Halargalr.s t'.vtry Htarclt Piano ii Hl.irt It I'l.ivir I'ianoi are drip, drip, down below, and sometimes tor advised mo to try Ur. Hobson's guarantied for 2j jo.irs. V line ni'l intlv on liaml tli l.'U lin. I ni'Xt bcautt-lu- l a lar'i' iiiimber t l luly nt"l tho grinding, tearing, booming collapse Eczema Salve.' I used three boxes of l'la.ir l'i.inu., nn tlie 33 yccri of piano HCnidli.lul i if jit .i will In inmkit. of a whole berae would bet my nerves Ointment and three cakca of Dr. Hob- J nl it cur ami tli" repn- - and lard iual.ei i'l .1,. in 1: i tin IHi tli. many I, y lall.m of an quivering. I shivered Incessantly, for son's Derma Zcma Soap. ilniisi' for nw hi'-i- l. l'iinn I ot thew t.'.l ir uHii!.lbie piano boar..'. and t'la.r!'!..!."- - "V i ll" .'(.. J. r. nl inlruiKiiti, and I was wet through from coustant con liavq not a spot anywhere on my Iri; are a tew sai'iplo Itirnaii:-- . will U rb.i,yl wit't the tact with the Ice, and the ulglit seem- body 50 Freo Musio 1 nt Weber $110.00 and can say I am cured." It V' un Ik m "red.watch ed Interminable. t'n) v. Lessens Steinway 01.00 sooth-In- s, "W hen I was on the point of utter col wPll do tho same for you. Its ChicUcrhtg of Plans Boot; Free 00.0.1 To rury ptrch'.-c- r healing, antiseptic action will lapse the first gray daylight inereifullj Stunk Pianos we glm trie Kimball .iul t'nliy ti.r our new 03.00 Il lib mulc li'ru. in I if in begun to fiiti.-- Into my prison Now rid you of all skin humors, blackStard: 105.00 tb"ol lit.wblti tiatidlitano kiIh In tho bent kncrt.n ti.r you a liloas'). Tbee Ipii juii ruu.t make by last desperate attempt heads, pimples, Eczema blotches, nil lirtf- - anmuiit ot infoima. Sni'l for our laht conipMe ran take in your uun limine, I i'tii ri'sarilini; pianoa. TbU to escape. tcron'Miaiid burjalu 1M. unsightly soieb, nnd leaves your sltlu ly null. J'IiIj nprocnti b'l'k Mill Interest and "As a forlorn hope I looked about clean und healthy. Got a box one yut'f free liKtiuctlon. t'l.j ywi. Write today. again for my knife. My eyei caught a Ml.'! Slnrclc llhlii., CHICAGO 1. A. STARCK VIANO CO by glim on n fan shape'd piece of Ice, uud Guaranteed. All Druggtsts, &0c, or mall. thcro. Just over the dark chasm, where providentially It had fallen the night 11. E. Bucklen a Co. Phlladelpnla or m befole, I spied It. Determined not to St. Louis. lu-- e It again. attached it to my wrist l a piece of at ling and staiU'd dig Had No Regrets. Did You Know That We Are Givinp Awav Annrhpr giug at the hteep l.e slope. Mr. Cohen Is the owner of soveral "Three and u half hours I sliiw-- li) represent the BARREL OF WHISKEY OR $65 IN CASH FREE the Ice cavern, mid then was ublo to apartment houses which crawl up, digging my toes in at every fruit of many ynir of toll in the step, tilt I could draw myself up Into sweatsbop.of earful business meth comparative safety on the Icdifodihovc. ods us a manufacturer and of strict One chnnce with every quart bought for cayh, either mail I lay there, gusplng. for a few second; frugality. Ills first Job In this counorders or house purchases, Tho one we gave away at Christmas (lien, tuklug the greatest precautious try, us a Janitor, he lost niter u few till the while, I passed between the. re went to .Ohio county in the bhape of$ti()in cash why mt this uud lualulug cieviiM-e-s ami ti( last ileccml days bceiUiM- he could not read Uec-none. Kcmember every tiuart bought elsewhere lessens your president of a bank write. tho sj -- nfely to the llrni rocks." said to him. chance of making $6T.)0 easy. wlarc ho dots bublnc "What a pity It Is. Mr. Cohen, that Reading Advertisements.' yon never learned to txiul and wrlto. It is not alone the people win. aio in lradi who read mhui'tbe-nii'iilh- . Thero Is uo telling what a man with CO. lew iieople nowadays buy your natural business talent might either uuwspapera'' or magazines win' ! liavu accomplished." If you send for anything insist they come to us.' Get our price di not read ibese cleverly winded mid j "I know that," ho answered promplint for your mail prders. Express prepaid, twll Illustrated bids fur business. If' I ou should nsU the uit'ijgu person tly. "If I could mid und write, lust wbj, ho. w she is lu Uie built of would be yot today tho Janitor." Free-Trad- Where Does the American Far- Argentina ,0,209,700; Australia, I'niguay, &39.SI3, and other mer Come In. rect and satisfactory answer, but the countries much smaller quantities. real fact Is that subconsciously the A big Increase In tho Imiwts of All of which seems to sjiow that Iho puhlli' has come to regard what ap2,725,-142; J. Children Cry C ASTO R A KILLthc COUGH the Dr. King's New Discovery VOLPS "" roycjH 1 stun-ned;the- Starck Pianos -rr -- s Enai 30 - DAYS' FREE TRIAL ZWll o v 25-Yc- ar nd os 11 To-da- I r 1 1i to-da- ,. 1 -- i P.R. LANCASTER 4 TSVSJEgr i.v I'll.F.DW.K A SMITH. I'rct. . It.D PAYM:, Sec nnil Trent J S. l.nACII.Mntniner. "BEHOLD, I MAKE ALL THINGS NEW" Fallon Race of Adam to Be Made Hew by C!.risl. Man's Original Pcrfaction The fieign of Sin and Death A Sad Spectacle. Thousands of Millions Dead Hun dreds of Millions Dying Weak In Body. Weak Mentally. Morally. Phys ically Humon Power Has Failed to. Arrest the Malady Man's Only Hope I s In God Messiah God's Appointed! Agent To Redeem, to regenerate, to Make New Soon Ha Will Deliver! tno wnoie vreanon looming onau Hinder Blessings Will Be Outpoured. D. Feb. preached Kussoll iodiiy In tlio Temple. Ills text was, "Heboid.!1 I iimko now." all tlilns-'Kcvelalloli 21:.'. 1' h c Miowed "that the I When Your Blood is Right, our Wide System is Right. If You Have O any Blood or Shin VDiscasc Do Not Delay Until It Is too Late but Order ! THE HOT SPRINGS REMEDT A s TO-DA- Y! Complete and Positive Remedy for Wnsllllistnii, C, v. raster AndAII Other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. HoT Springs Physicians Hi H Vw4LXsdsiflsfaBBVSBBBBBBBLsflBHflssssB w BLlP maA lflftmJFMI0VBBV sfli MBBbSbvtbK 'f PASTOR-gUSSEL- seven days (f the week arc typical of t.ev- - that the pu bio lutlinates (irent Pronounce tins the Greatest Blood and Skin Remedy Ever Placed on the Market. &L f'-t:- t av '- - ' . THE E. W. SMITH CO. Incorporated.. Owensboro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Window Shades, Matting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators shown in large varieties. ONE PRICEand PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S, WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. x Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. We Pay The Freight. (Mention The Republican . J- - ! DAILY COURIER-JOURNAL ! AT HALF PRICE DURING JANUARY THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Has made a special arrangement whereby the ;can be furnished one year Daily Courier-Journfor $3.00, six months $1.75, by mail (Sunday not included) to all persons who will give their orders to us during (he months named ab6ve, Better, al still, you can have the Daily 'Courier-Journa- l THIS PApER one year each and For Only S3.75. After February 28,1914, the price of the Daily Courier-Journal r Take ad-yanta- ge alone is $G.OO a year. of this special Bargain Offer at once and REDUCE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. i To Get Advantage of This CuLRaYe, Orders Must Be Sent Us,l Not to the Courier-Journa- l. each a thutisuud years Inns. At the Singles Bottles, ?5.00 FU11 Course' Treatment, Six Bottles, $18,00. licxliiiiin;- - of man's Week he was per fect, as represented In Adam; hut dis WE PREPARJ3 A REMEDY FOR EVERY DISEASE. obedience to his Creator brought upon him the ciiim.-- . "Dying, thou shalt die.' L niter that curse our race has pine for Female Ills is the Greatest of Its Kind Ever down steadily to the tomb the Hlble Hades. Offered Suffering Women. Next the Pastor showed how Jncffeo tually man lias MruuKled against this AH Correspondence Strictly Private. Write Us Your-Troubles- . curse of death. Today, he said, our nice Is Ufcsalled by more ailments, meu-tamoral and physical, than ever be fore known. Our Jails, penitentiaries, asylums, hospitals, all bear testimony to this fact, be claimed. Kven the ; HOT SPRINGS, ARK,-Ave: morals of the world he belhves to be apparently at as low state as could well be imagined, after all our preach-liK- . and manufacture of hobgoblins, devils and hells to frighten humanity Into church, religion nud morality. Then the I'jwtor'asUed whether it Is not time, to acknowledge our failure and to cry to uod for help ere we per Isli an a race. Not only bare w not converted the heathen world, but we find the civilized work retrograding. Statistics show that crimes Increase amongst the beHthen despite the preaching of eternal torture. Man's Extremity la God's Opportunity. The Pastor nest outlined da jrreat I'luu of Salvation through the Kedeem-er- . who died, "the Just for the uti Just" to ojien the way for man's re turn to God's favor. During the Oos pel Age the Savior (ins beeu gathering 7 W tBRWWWLLW out an elect Church to be Ills asso ciates In a coming Kingdom. In which FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN lie with His Church will reign for a thousand years. During that jerJod Governors All Pictures of Kentucky's ih Satan will lie bound, to deceive the prutat From th foaadatUe af th Stt t tbaa Ta oalr camplata calltctioa ia slttaaca people no more; and the Itedeemer will of the United States, from Washput down sin In Its every form. Pictures of aUPmldents ington to Wilson. Flags of all Nations in colors. 1 he ery at The Savior's work at the First latest Kentucky Map shonlne Countiej.townj.rallroadi.Con-urfsslondistricts, etc Latest Kentucky Census, the sick aud the blind, 'landcompletemapoithe thiUrated SUtes. casting out demons aud awakening the the PoUUcal world. Inthelllstorical Kentucky sketch Is elyenpresent time. Utistlcsfrora thefoundationwf the btate to the sleeping dead the Pastor showed was It incluJa:-A- U State Officials. Kxecutive Departrnent. All a foreshadow merely of the greater Departments of the State Government with the heads of each Department and the clerical force with their salaries. Various work which Jesus and His glorified Kentucky Boards and Courts with their staff with officers and Church will accomplish during the Political Committees and Orsanliations of the salaries. Kentucky Chief State. Kentucky United States Senator great antltyplcul Sabbath. These, ns justice. Sneaker, of the Kentucky Mouse. C?nf rcssional the antltypicnl Seed of Abraham, will r; jianroja commission is. Ulsmcis. Counties of Kentucky, when made and from what Counties fulfil God's Promise to Abraham. All of IhoViUl Statistics of Kentucky. 1 f Christendom's Great Mistake. This unique and valuable Atlas i 3 free Buying The i'astor believes that the creeds to all Evening Tost subscribers. If not of the Dark Ages are gross misreprenow a subscriber, scud .S3.00 for a full sentations of God's character. Many ifrar1)! cnlicrnnf inn nr 2.00 for U SIX. have taken these misrepresentations months' subscription by mail. too literally. Aa a result, some have PUua tindrstnd. ties rsitss nm by mall For this is the gone to Insane asylums; others have emiy, and not throush carrier er aiat. ibaklnu; Hiwdcr enturned to pleasure and sin In their OUR SFEC1AL C0HBIMAT10H OFFER: 5 Uiut makes "the ' deavor to forget God; and still others bakhifc' better." 3.0O Sally Etosssbb Post, ona jaar . have been made unhappy as they Jl50 K.ntueky Catraraor'a WaU Chart It leavens the P thought of kind, good neighbors aud fo od ii.art.foni Ronubllcan. 1 yr - $1.0Ct friends who made no profession of throughout; puffs -$3.50 ai.t. Tim kr Fon Christianity. it up to airy light- ness, makes it dc- The speaker then showed that Chrislightfully appetizing m tendom's great mistake was that of 'and wholesome. disregarding God's Word and believRemember Calumet ing Satan's lie. as the heathen do. God 1 saSSSsW' ' is moderate in price, declared that the wages of siu would bbSSSBST m k BaSSSSBf m highest ii( quality. be death absence of life. Satan conVBsSSSSsL ' sssssV Ask your grocer for m tradicted this and falsified to Mother Calumet. Don't bike a Eve. assuring her that there would he substitute. no death penalty. When death came. .sSSSSSSS sSSSSS Received Highest Satan and his fallen angels perpetuat-- ' "' 5 Awards lie by telling' us that when our ed the EirWllM, W.rU'i Pit friends appear to die they really 'become tnoce alive tliau ever. In acceptfnma. Muck. 1112. ing their testimony we have done what .1 WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH St Paul cautioned against,. spirits, he chilmed, have seduced Evil W T L&SO. m W k, almost $1Q. a P elgned com Christendom TN IWW.SBBMi and the muutcatlous between.the-den& uoxes ceiling vtcior oaies ana living. As Satan aud his demon host lawjerti, dentists and " t o merchants, doctors,(ifvrhniTm.aMr.nt Ha lloil r.ll.ln.flnfartni,ra.all have full knowledge of human uff airs. bif'tOt a safe, but do not know howeasjltlstoown sSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT'Utpy can easily, personate ine dead, uuv. oaivauicu uvviarv uur tirvHjsisiuulie OS i) v the beat, clean-cu- t money. snaklBir oDUortunU ssssssssssssssssa and through uie'dlumjyjtejies. plan previous lies ever car chettes. visions and dreams, represent BaaBBBSj v ence YOU receiveu. niiuoui succtis of exiieri- ' duplicate the others. Uur.baudsoiueljr. Illustrated catalog the dead as still alive" will enauie jou o prvseus toe auuject tocua- 'The Pastor then' drew a picture of' lomera in as jnieresiiiin a manner as tnougn you were piloting theui llirouRU our factory. Men appointed the 'coming Messianic Kingdom, He ntn'Kcilre advice and lnu trucllous for. selllnit safes, rlvlliir iviaeiii.taTkUiglMlnti whlali tt;s ljplHe.fqf a prcfptcllve v'ustotner to deny. Why declared that as the gross darkness don Deed before, the dawning light of tin' v.rf' We a New Dispensation we pee more clearly . The 2Sth anniversary o:our VtJODMiiT was celebra ted Uy where our mistake was. Bible, stu- (? j l frecilnvr toe most modern dents the world over are studying In the world. WiM- VMraka.sssa who received our arrean toe. worn or uoa in its own ySftrelal HllllIK loduveou'iit, light' NowMUey perceive' that the ilrtMideredlineeesssrrtDdauble ara ipenrfivK Aroulput. resurrection ''hope Is based upou the any thousands of dollar fact that Christ (lied for all. ' sales organization. s to learn an uamuuian,, a Hlble 'students now see 'that- the lleottTOU only the urlci I world's blessing will be. a resurrection' poswlcfd. ,uJ to human perfection jt illftlug. up, not only from Jbe sleep of4the, tomb.Jmt s w .also from alj the' weaknesses nud of, the flesh, back to tbe full Imiigu 6f .perfection last in Kden. 1 ssssssssHssH1ssPaBBSSBSSSSSSSBSBSSSSBSBSSSSSBBkIHSBssssI T slsa't aa iMMyaias m la iku ar LOCK GO. SAFE--t ksa(Ms(r. asrowtsUsaps redeemed at Calvary. Thus our great Isswssnasalial Baa't U alilsa. lay t ilaast. h'sl 4 ,4 srs Utt nnlu, 1 ' : ;S ' Jl all things new. Redeemer J CaJMt a far saawW ta saaf avataajasf. U.niu Our New Hra. CsssQlty 20,00" Salts Mstnualry. Days OuFTreatment Hell-.SIi- eol. l. t HOT SPRINGS MEDICINE 803 CO. , f S lMH ,f I Baking Powder J I j f I When I I f I I evenly! ... y I I ti W" -jy, That's nre-pro- piMi m - e K9ssHHlm I - -- the victor; .1 Wf-c- wlll-tnu- ke "SJ ' $?: ZKFi&lf!SGXSt&WjtyS H..rttord Republican. Kntrtd nrcorJiiin to law I permanent -? j- tlic situation is not Ky.. n. mnll nrntUr of th, cnogll 1)ccf for Iport Into tho United States to do more than affect local prices. It U M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor C. .. . .,,,,. oaomctt a. r,ii... possible the .New ork market may, supplied In this way, c partially to the grocer all when the canal Is open, but not tho to communication, nil Address Guilty. sent you for Royal Bak-ulMo 11)ar,.e.fl The Hartford Republican. 1IowcvcI.( sll0Uu the importation Come on down .to the Superintend- is no subing Powder. ' of a few million pounds of beef, only cuts office, and you will Mud a nice, .,, .,.,.,.,. ,....,,, ,,,, linIlllllMi ,,.. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Ohio Circuit Court convened girl doing about all there is to do, so nnr( The stitute for ROYAL. Royal is pure, .Iwlrii. th ,,,,or ent to n SnNirritH-In court Jiall here .Monday morning It looks to a loafer, and Prof. Shults torg lmK,,endet of the cream of tartar baking powder, ;bcef trust, reduce by a few cents the with Judge T. F. Hlrklubd presiding entertaining his friends, telling fish Attorney lKn stories nnd figuring on how ho Is i toe rcr lin iiml r.c mtnll price of meat, the farmers of and Commonwealth's iimi Nttii-lttiMnhealthful. Powders offered as subfor rnrh hOiMIudhI ln.rtlmi. the Vnlted States would be the ones 1). Ulngo and County Attorney C. going to keep from worulng that Ol.lta..rl.., HW.li.tlol,.ni,.H-..r.ln(Tllnk..V'tBtan(, Ulc j stitutes are made from alum. not th J)ackcr9, E. Smith present. farm, on which he resided, during the following the next spring and summer. After enipane'Ing rhnrri, wir, f.,r ,,rvire.. fr.. but otb.r The wholesale lirlce of beef would go . gentlemen its grand Jurors, . down. As matters now stand, it is naiiK-xn will reo-lvno difficult to limvlnce farmers that It viz: V. S. Howard, J. C. Haynes, J. cnniinnnlcatlun Anonvmnu Down In the Shcrflf's office you nMrntion. J would pay them to go more generally D. Cooksely, It. A. Owen, T. P. Car- will lind Mrs. S. 0. Keowii, doing Humes, all office work for Sam, and holding (0 Into the live stock business. They son, Jas. P. Miller, Joe about $10,W0,U0o, foreign ulurs. which to work the roads nnd w , ,, : N. does not pa. Production L3 t claim Itbehind consumption at a regu-Is 0. B. Fulkcrbon, J. W. Thomas, S. the thing together nnd as Vralght After adding tin Tariff Jlutlos, assisted by Messrs. J. F. (;-- ,i, CuTecrla.. Woods, John Neighbors and J. as a string. falling STairxiorn' :v.VAal freight, Insurance nnd other costs and 11. II. Reive, of the State ,i,t Unless there Is H. Kujkondall, Jas. P. Miller was lar rate annually. of dellv ry lo tho American market, nuglneer's office, together with ui. largely Increased production, It will (designated by the. court lis foreman, Judge Wilson Is having his work this $1(1,000,000 of wooVn goods ills- - cr speakers who are experlehcid and miDAY, FEBIU'AKY (5. take .'arse Importations to maintain T. P. Carson was chosen ps slut'iff In the County Judge's orilcO, except-- ! places at least JlR.tiOO.OOH of American competent road men. I the present proportion, and threat and Joe. F. Barnes clerk of the Ing that which pertains toralaiy, (etc., 'production of equivalent goods. It Is the earnest desire of all cv Well, he saw his shadow all right. lot lowering prices by Importations grand Jury. dono In the main,, by that genial Amerelan Jalwr and American )ro- - ccrtied that every tuspnjer In In tho case of Coin'th. vs. It. A. young fellow, Mr. Ross. Some how ducers of raw materials suffer almost of any of the iiIkivo meeting plat is more likely to have the effect of When Diaz decided to bribe Gen. retarding the Increase In live stock Stewart, the liquor seized by tin! thq women don't take there. the whole of this los-- of $l,",ooo,000 be jiresent, rain or shine. Com. Villa he should have sent to the production than In actual lowering Sheriff and marshal of Hartford at e let's talk matters over, and find out. lnf'eted upon them by United States for Archibald. of prices. Thus, the very means taken the time of the arrest, an order was Wo are now in the Circuit Court Tnrlff makers. Hut this is only n be- - and do that which Is best for the prices may ultlmatley re- entered Monday Mrcctlng the Cir Clerk's office, and as has Ik.vii the ginning. The loss to American labor common good of all the icoplo. Just to please Japan why Idon't to lower sult In holding them up, It not in cuit Clerk to turn the liquor over to custom for these many years, a hulylnnd production will be maito" times There will also bo a final meotliiir Secretary Bryan answer her last letraising them still higher, because it the Master Commissioner, who Is does Just about everything, except $15,000,000 In the next four years of at the court houso In Hartford on ter written some' time In August, Is perfectly clear that we must In dlrccUll to return same Jo the par- Ing taxing cost, collecting tho money tho e Tariff. The foreign .Monday, February lfith, to wlii.h 1313. the main depend for any cheapening tics irom wnom said liquors u. and a few small things like that. Kd. manufacturers hao not jet settled all are Invited and urged to att"iid If there Is to be six weeks ort0f food unon largely Increased nro- - purchased by tho dctendaut, taking even admitted to us In a sort of prl- - Into their stride. Walt until the) have T. H. IIKNTON, wlnter, we hope it will come now, duction right here at home. Globe itemized rcbolpt for same to be cred- vate way, only a few days back, that enlarged their output to meet the County ltoad ICnglii(vr. ited to defendant by the dealers. before the fruit trees misunderstand Democrat. Stella was getting in the habit of 'opportunities afforded them by Am- JNO. 15. Wll'.SON. The Com'th. cases on second day doing the collecting lately. the .time of year. e "statesmen," nnd 2SU. crlcan County Judge. (none set for first day) were disposWill the Jail Help. Things 'pear to be lookln' sort see what will happen to Am- You hear no more talk about the ed of as follows on preliminary cal, bad fer US' men, In thq court house. eriean lalwr and industry, not alone Of 'ate there has been discussion Tariff and high cost of living. Howyesterday morning, vjz: Those con- Then too, almost all of the law in woolens but In all lines of comever, the high cost of living is still of Hie rpduced putput of manufactures tinued for service of process .were: practlc hi this town Is done by petitive manufacturers .The dlsplace- open for discussion. the decline in railroad aomlns, the Com'th. vs. Paul Cooper, Oswald laely stenographers, In the name ,of nient of domestic wage jmylng and various signs of shortening sail in HockeJr, Sam Cook, Wilbur BaL'tlv the lawj-ers- , Nothing could Induce the Kentucky whoso names nro upon'wago sending wIU have run up to tho Wilson Underwood Tariff Is (2 cases), Noah Beascley 12 cases), the glass In the front door or wlndovj billions by tho time the prewent legislature to Investigate Percy Haley that o the origin of tho troubles. Others Lee Loyd t3 cases), Guy Combs, ct They don't and Sam Shackelror.d the old attorneys get the credit Trade administration and Congress dislike the currency legislation. By al., Israel Jones, F. Burch, Coody propose to bother "me and my wife, some we arc tojd that the railroads Wooseley, James Torrencc, Frank for cases won. I tell you we Jus cant shall have been "fired" V; American M. A. TAUGHT. Mgr. my son John and his wife. got along without 'cm. voters. It is a- long time to wait, cannot be heavy buyers unless they Eugene Harrcl, Brown (2 cases), but Protection and prosperity Willi Governor McCreary refused to sign are allowed to Increase their rates Hub Lynch, et al. Sam J.. Brown, ot Judge Woddlng, Henry Leach, AV11' come again. -- ihg "extra job" bill passd by tho SJiort crops, have in some portions of al Hprman Grcbn, Bill Mitchell, KY. burn Tinsley and Tom Black uro the country arroused apprehension, Hnny Hill (2 cases),, Solon Miller, )clmrtiP mmbors of a now society. Notice. BUtuUonal and refused to veto it, be- There are divers districts ' that are pt al., and Haden Stone. Factory Itcprstcntative Js ncw jn the t cause he said the Senate and House still frightened becausp of las springs fo'-- ! The eases set down IM trial All persons having claims against (Z Hartford. They call It tho E. L. L for High Grade rogh to know best what they need- floods. All itheso causes are brought Taylor, H E. L. which spelled In full means "Hv-ith- c estate of J. H. Wilson, deceased. 'forward by. men of intelligence and low: Com'th. vs. Bill ed. How is that for a well balanced (l crlastlng, laziest, Ixxifer's Lotituo." aro hereby notified to jiresont them Pierce (3 cases), Bruno Frey honesty. rtjnux6 h man, on a fence? n'o H. Pierce (2 cases) , Bos-jTtnlng had not boon oriranlw.iljl'WPW'y Proven to mo on or before,! HallOo, rl3y8f FlflllOS Now If a man beieives he is In cases), R. Adding an January 1914 showed a falling off danser of a financial crisis and holds sie Alien, ei ui., lwhu hour untn Uob Wolkor tippllcd for1 March lr). I'JU, or thej will brt bar- ' I in custom's receipts of $G,000,000, as back his investments ho may lose and Leo Chinn. membership, but the charter members fed. Also, all persons knowing Uiom- and Organs The cases in which statement was ' bolng jHll0llh of thdr poaitsong nnd selveV indebted to hld C3tate by compared with January 1913. This IS money by overcautlon, ibut no one esfiled and stricken off: Com'th. vs. j fearlllg tnat Bob would try to rake "etc or otherwise will pjeaso settle about twice the amount of loss hints that he ought to be hung. If he LATEST SHEET MUSIC. timated by our Democratic friends will not buy railroad stock until Sure Austin Bowling (4 cases). Oscar tno Uuc8 and bocolnc treasurer, he 'same by the above date. Daniel, et al.. fclmoro Roacli anu wag flna MARY E. WILSON, Aduirx. whea they passed the Underwood that .the railroads can advance rates, b,acl. j,,,,,, .Ulo th,Bi Write Us for Catalogues aid N'arrows, Ky., It. It. 2. Tariff act. They seem to have miss- he may lose good purchases, but no Tom Ferguson. of course, Is to be kept secret. 'Heg'-S- ti cases were: Cascblcr, could not find anyone to Tho continued ed their predictions as to Its effect gallows menaces him. Should he Trices. Easy Fayneits. pa the cost .of living;. , AVe fear they think himself In 'peril because Pro- Com'th. vs. Herbert Barnctt, R. P. carry his petition in, and never got Lyceum Course Lecture. Her t4 cases), Richard Stewart (2 further than signing up, although may miss" It on otherniatters. hibition Impedes his State or because Tho fifth number of Hartford Colcases), and Charles Wallace. it was generally stated that the last unexpected action of the regu- his State is not going to adopt ProThe judgments follow: four letters or his name, taken by lege Lyceum Course will be given The default lar and ! special commlttjs of the hibition, or because iwe are to have Com'th. vs. Frank Durbln, ?100 and thcnlsclves soundefl protty good. Dad Saturday night at College Hall. CoaaolidaUll Association in (setting war ,wit' Japan, or .because ho is .un- costs; Estill Lee Withrow, 5 and j GrIgsby ,8 easy obout any one of a dozen of tho Janltor Wo undentond Robt. Parker Miles will be worth free the pooled tobacco will no doubt costs: Charles Lee, $10 and COStB, that this orgonltation will give a your time and money. He la not only explained to the satisfaction of clouds, he takes his chances. His mis Dutch Young, $10 and costs, be banquet- - at an early date nnd invite tbe menfbetrshlp by those in charge. takes. If they are mistakes, are not ! a speaker of force, but Injects into The grand Jury lias to far returned Mm9 of tho cltlzens ,n who his Until a chance is given these men to be dealt with as crimes. illustrations dramatic art that But If a man shuts down Ills fac- ony one Indictment, that against have jobs, and try to got some extra adds refreshing to do this, we shall reserve our forco to his logical tory because orders have stopped and Joshua Crowe, for murder. His case washings, ironings and such work, rainion. In the mean time there lectures. Don't fall to hear him. has not (yet been set. seeing as how all the lawyers and a ow Tariff, then lio is to ebould be no waovering in the organi-,he-eaThe Jury In case of Ed Nail charg-e- county officials havo their work itself. If this means death tobe Prosecuted and put injall. Go tlon with returned a ver- done by women folk, they think that State of Ohio, City of Toledo. ) iKxllng proposition, it also means , head- - Tho threats of tho Admlnlstra-fitarvaUo- n dict of not guilty. Lucas County. )ss. they can lierhaps do likewise. When tlon are ,lke s Promises they have to the tobacco grower in Uu Frank J. Cheney makes oath that this fact became known, then it was ",ut'1 CIICCl now, i "" ftiliiro nr t monna i,:,t- lm must " ."""" The case of tho Conimonwea'.th that tho trouble came up with Bob ho Is senior jwrtner of the firm of coange jus occupation. . . against Clareiace Keown for i n i F. J. Cheney &. Co., doing business miles -- cciure ixecora uneiiy der of young Cressle Greer the mur- Walker. Is exceedingly Pxesldent AVllson last AugWell, the Grand Jury being In ses- In the City of Toledo, County' and Stated. ust was taken up Wednesday morn sion and having a little trip to State aforesaid, nnd that said firm with unfortunate In his Interview ing and glvon to the Jury shortly make, believe I'll just quit and go will pay tho sum of Ono Hundred those suffragettes. The other dny ho j Over 1S00 lectures Jn 9 years, told a committee that he could not i More than half of these were re- - before noon jcaterday. Nothing new now. Dollars for each and every case of Yours truly. was brought out in the trial. It eay where he stood on tho question turn dates, Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho THE WHITTLE!!. Cattle raised on my 'feed arc seldom In more than 200 towns ho has was a clear case for the "unwritten of giving tho ballot to women, beuse of Hall's Catarrh Cure. sick. They thrive and grow fat. 'e law," If there has ever been one, cause ho was the leader of his party. lectured threo or more times. FRANK J. CHENEY. A. S. of E. Notice. handle no Inferior stuff. .My storlc There aro many towns where he and the result was Inevitable. Tho Whereupon, ho was Immediately told Sworn to before mo and subscrib Tho Ohio County Union of the A. includes best varieties of irraln and - Jjhas lectured three or more times in following gcintlcmen composed the by one of his fair visitors, that seeed in my presence, this tlth day of feed, at l I can supply all your wants Jug oa how ho was the leader of his 0o season, and in at least one city, Jury trying the case: Jack Hale, S. S. of E. is called to meet at the December, A. D. 18SC. in that Hno at tho very lowest party, it looked as though ho might Clinton, Iowa, he lectured seven times T. Leach, W. F. Sandefur, W. A. court houso in Hartford, February A. W. GLKASON, prices. I onjoy a reputation for re- speak for it. Then ho refused to In one year. Embry, Herman Bender C. D. Wal- 7th, at 10 o'clock, a. m. All poulNotary Public. lllabUlty, ta-'l:-. In two seasons he has lectured lace, W. M. Addington, J. A. Itencer, try, toliacco and wool poolers nro and endeavor to lho u Better cut out those visits, Mr. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in- to it. urged to bo- - present, and there .will President, or send for Gov. McCroary nine times In Cleveland and Is book- S. H. Ulley,, S. W. Ltach. H. A. ternally, and acts directly on tho bo other (business of interest to tho to tutor you on how to appear on ed for several appearances this Porter, A. C. Johnson. bVood and mucous surfaces of the members brought before tho bbdy. si j'son. both sides at the same time. system. Send for testimonials free. S. L. STEVENS, Pres. Has been a great Chautauqua faOwensboro Optical House. An office must bo prodlcd for vorite for six seasons, F. .LCHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. HENRY M. P1RTLE, Scc'y. The Produce Merc h nt appearing on Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used -- j"Sold by all Drugslsts, 75c. Joseph S. Blackburn, even to his many of tho largest In tlw country, "lasses made by, II. C. Hard wick's HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Take Hall's Family Pills for last breath. He has held office long- and for a second, third, and even Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my enWill Hitch and Feed. er and accomplsihcd less than any fourth time. tire satisfaction. His houso and maWo arc In tho hitching and feed 1MB who was ever In public life In chinery for making- lenses ore the business again, and will be sjad to 'KejUutky. He 'has alwajs been a Celebrated Eighty- - Eighth Birth. Road Meetings. most complete In the State, and he see all our old friends and many partisan of partisans . Intolerant, employs none but experienced work new ones. Owing to high prlco of The Fiscal Court of Ohio county, day. vindictive and abusive of 'those who 'C'aremorok Okla. Jon 18. A very men. feedstuff, we cannot charge less than Ky., and County Road Engineer de I opposed him polltlcallj. Now, Presi C. M. BARNETT. sire U meet all the taxpayers of the X 30c for hitch and round feed. dent Wilson has appointed him at the pleasant affair was that on Sunday county for the- - purpose of discussing special friends were gathered ut tho BLACK & BIKKHBAD. . bead of tlie Lincoln Monument Will flitch'aidFeed. tho building and maintenance of 24t2. Hartford, Ky. solMlon, with a 'salary of $5,00Q per home of Mrs. S. A. Coffey itocelobratei We aro in the hitching and feed public roads,, at tho following times gear. It Lincoln could know this he tho eighty eighth birthday of her mo- and places: w ' wonld turn over In his grave, and ther, Mrs. Jasier, who greeted each .Meued From. Bonded Ware. February 9th Cool Springs, 9 k that tho project .to buld the guest with tho enthusiasm of a young new ones. "Owing to high price, of, houses, to 11 a., m. Hopewell, l to 3 p. m, ' monument .bo droppcU. I low often girl and who inado the afternoon ono feedstuff, we cannot charge lesa On the 31st of Deccmbre, 1913, itocKport, ,'3U p, ra. than of mirth and delight' .to every person by h Joe Blackburn villlflcd even tho by. foreign wool on goods valued February loth Equality, 9 to 11 present. Slw was tho recipient of 30c for hitch and round feed. name Lincoln! 1LER BARNETT BLACK & BIRKHEAD,' manufacturers at $5,43!$,9'a lay In the a. in. Ccotertawn, 2 p. m, numoro.UB gifts. 2t2. bonded warehouses of New lYork 'February 11th Buford, ' 9. to 11 ulartford, .Ky. 1 Mrs Coffey was assisted In enter Farmers to Staid Loss. awaiting the heavy Tariff reductions a. in. Bell's Run, 1 to 3 p. m. Ralph taining tho guests by her daughters, The Australian 'situation Is some MaiAtoitf.Towi. which went into effect 'January 1, scboolnouse, 7 p. m. wfeat Improved as the corporatlona ?ra, qilkeson and Mrs. DeGroff, who Monday was .tho .beginning of 1914. These goods consisted ot cldtBi February 12th Definfleld, 9 to 11 rendered beautiful piano and vocal ILERS GROCERY or. hive not been permitted to guln con- Court and the smallness of Che knjt fabrics, ready-mad- e clothing, a. m. Herbent, 1 to 3 p. m. Fords- of the packing nnd export bust-ne- music crowd In town on that day .was shawls, webbings, suspenders, band villo, 7 p. m. Refreshments Vere served at a later REPUBLICAN OFFICE:! there. The government has February 13th Dundee, 9 to 11 Tho old town "boss" Inge, cords, tasse's, Aubusson,' Ax- jiour and each uest on departing noticeable. 'takes charge of It, as a meaiure to expressed to Grandma Jasper itholr de trader was especially noticeable, tor minster, moquotte and chenlUe. cor a. m. Cane Rtfd' church, 7. p. m, prevent monopoly. One of the his absence. How we Jong to February 14th Renfrew, 9' to 11 pets. On the 2d of January, the first Mail Order.1 Give, Jo he invited- - to a nlmllar ocA d sir plants in the world Is being to the' good, old dajw, when it .wis! bjiBtaess day . underf thei'operatla. of a;. m. Croinwef), 2 p. m. casion one year from that date. by the, government, and it Is 'Some of lhe''n&nhers at the Fishardly safe to be on'the streets aft- - the new. Free-TraTariff, the .withAttettiiii fte purpose lo , prevent' any, sort- - of Mrs. Jasper is the mother of Mr. er 9 o'clock on first Mndays, and' es- - drawals of these goods la bond cal Cour and County Judte and til.' Jasper of (his city. inaeopoly of the, export business by on the days when the big ounted to $1,931,034, foreign values, County Road Engineer will attend private, individuals. Sovcral ship-loaHabitual Constipation and all liver court convened. . It is probable that the' .woolen goods all of these' meetings and be in a. J. C. ILER of refrigerator beef from' 'Au- troubles can be cured by using 'In bonded warehouses at tho other position to explain tho financial con- - j X stralia have been Imported to Call- - Grlgsby's Ask J. II. LiutajrftsAKNnil A fellow would think, to go (.hru ports of entry throughout the Unit-- dltlon of the county and probable fmti Wfts, and R temporary lowvr- - WJJjIams, HartXprd, Ky. Uxe, court house these days iD.2y that wo- - ed States would bring the total tl amount of funds on bond with , basis, nnd L t tfc i'otnriiw '"' seeni8 to be that cot,.l nblo )n ARtral,a I there OAIENCE KEOWN ' nvall-H.Mfor- d. l,. .,!.., , j man suffrage was already In full blast In these parts. Tho women nro about to itnkc things in this pood . IS ACQUITTED lii.'.l rTnuutt. nr ni.i.. t... SUll .I ...1.1. ... ui V1IIU. HI Willi, III tho County Clerk's office you will i U find two of tho fairer sex and two Out Ollly TWO Hours Rc- - ugly men, and ns a matter of course everyone who comes in wants to talk with the ladles nnd the nu-- hav turns Verdict, Not mi uu iiiu worm D' No Substitutes There a and W RETURN j i -- nqu ,, ' ' jim-lin- ' chnrcfciuhi-rtii'i'iufiiti'- .Vi-riini-- :szoxr;s. " s 1'ree-TRtd- Free-Trad- i Free-Trad- Free-whil- i IMlil! HARTFORD, - J ,., hc t Iai l -- I RAISED ON IT. -- rs U a-t- boot-leggin- g, -- J W. E. ELLIS - yW MAGAZINES -rOF st'rrr'i'r ALL KINDS Ordered trl f at ft ere-,de- I de fr. x. ' 'r $ ; : TfciNtf Postmaster !(. I). .Martin has ro- Mexican Rebels May Now Obtain FROM VStiui questions and other Icclvcri for the holding of You Arms and Ammunition postmasters and rural route SOME tfOOD CHANCES carriers In this county. From U. S. LOST Somowlicre on the streets of YOU&SELF Hartford a Gold Watch fob. Same .In bell shnpo and of Bold. Finder Washington, Feb. 3. President WilFALLEN PRICES ON ipltaso return to tnc or ttepubllcati son, b an executive order, dated HI4H K office. Howard. I'EltKY .MARSH. today, and made public at tho White Mr. W. A. Wllkereon is again in tho Houso tonight, removed all restrlc- -' restaurant business. Ho la In the old tlons against the exportation ol mil-- 1 ' Rosenblatt htnnd next door to the hltlons of war Into Mexico from "" "Z&sgsZfK? "7w? few , until; of Hartford, lie is an exper ino muted Statts, placing the con tending elements on a b.isls of ienced man and can servo the public with respect to the purIn a satisfactory manner. Give him equality chase of arms, and supplies in this a call country. v Good Magazines should bo regular The executive order emphasized visitors to every home. Her & Ilarnott that it wm the United States' de- -' aro the excluslvo agents 111 Hart- siro to ho in tho santq position to- - j ford and vicinity and will take Treat ward the contending factions in pIwiBiiro In handling your order. Mexico as were the other powers. Write for catalogue and other Accompanying the order the White Houso Issued the following Send us $1.23 and receive the Hart' statement of explanation: Tho executive order under which ford Republican one year and the MONEY-SAVIN- G Womans World, Homo Life, Green's tho exportation of arms, and amFruit Grower and Farm Life, four munition into Mexico was forCld-de- n was a deiarturc from acceptdd splccndld monthly magazines, cither THIJ I.S A MEAL OPPORTUNITY one of them worth the price. If we practice of neutrality a deliberate do not soon hear from you you will deiwrturo from those practices unNOT ONE OF THOSE FAKE BARGAIN der a well considered Joint resoluIn this Issue wo publish the card tion of congress determined upon 5ALE.S THAT JoME PEOPLE ADof Attiy. T. WjiIJc Slratton, of CromIn .the circumstances which have well. Mr. Stratton is well equipped now ceased to exsit. It was intendVERTISE. IF THERE 1,5 ANYTHING in his profession and will bring to ed to encourage incipient revolts his duties that energy and Industry against tho regularly constituted auYOU NEED NOW'JYOUR CHANCE To which has marked every undertaking of his career. For tho present thorities Jn Mexico. Since Uie order was issued tho GET IT. .Mr. Stratton will maintain his office OUR WHOLE STOCK S circumstances of tho case have unCromwell. at dergone radical changes. There Is FULL OF SPLENDID VALUES. SoME-Bo- DY By special arrangement we are en- now no constitutional government to offer tho WomanV World, in Mexico, and tho existence of this abled WILL GET THE THING YOU Homo Life, Green's Fruit Grower order hinders and delays every- -' and Farm Life, four splendid month- thing the United States governmnet WANT AND SAVE THE MoNEY YOU ly magazines, together with one is now insisting upon: namely, that years subscription to The Republic- Mexico shall be left free to settle MIGHT HAVE SAVED. an, for $1.25. This holds good for her own affairs, and as soon as either renewals, old subscriptions, or poss Iblo put them uion a consti to new subscribers. You cannot af- tutional footing by her own force ford to miss this bargain. tf. and counsel. Tho order Is therefore rescinded. Death of Dr. S. J. Wedding. Tho American embassies and legaDr. S. J. .Wedding idifj at his tions abroad were Instructed last home In Hartford Tuesday evening Saturday to Inform the foreign govafter a long illness. He was born ernments of the abovo .decision. near Barrett's Ferry, this county, Similarly Secretary Bryan yesterday INCORPORATED. Sept. 29, 1840. Graduated In mcdl-cl- Informed the members of the diploat the University of Louisville matic corps here. This Is in line In the spring of 1881. In 1876 was ma with the )Klicy announced at the rled to Miss Susan W. Bennett and beginning of the present administrato this union four children were tion of keeping the nations of the bora, A. B. Wdldlng, of Dundee; L. world Informed of the developments E. Wedding, deceased; Mrs. Artie In the Mexican policy of ithls governMr. Payne Faught died at the resi- Lewis, of San Antonio, Texas and ment. . dence of Mr. Estill Austin last Sun- Miss Nora, at home. 'He was married day morning and "was burled Mon- again to Miss Yur Hyer Lacks Grlgsby's Mlnnlo Rcnfrow, iwfoo FRIDAY, FEBRUARY C. Try, a bottle today. Satisfacday. survivtii. To this union was born one tion guaranteed. Ask J. H. Williams, Society of t)ie child, Walter, at home. The Ladies Aid Hartford, Ky. lp2y E. lailroad Time Table Methodist church met with Mrs. M. H. Dr. .Wedding practiced his profesMonday many years, but sion a.t Roslno for Rowan Holbrook on last A Farmer Who Advertises. at Hartford, Ky. And You Need a Real come to Hartford some years ago That farmers .can use advertising k. N. time card effective Monday L. Mr, and .Mrs. m. m. irdwell, of where ho has since resided and main- in the New Era to jus as good adAug. 21st. Drink tain Il his reputation as one of the vantage as the storekeeper has been No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. Taylor Mines, were the guests of Mr. county unand Mrs. R. E. Lee Shnmerman Wed- foremost physicians of the proven by at least one e daily except Sunday. til his health began to decline about county. This farmer 2:20 p. m. nesday. No. Ill North Bound duo two years ago. Ho (hjoyed thq good farmej of' this dally except Sunday. . Will give good feed and hitch for will and confidence of hjs fellow men recently had some com to sell. It No. 115 South Bound' due 8:45 a. m. 30c. Your patronage will bo appre to a marked degree and our town and was good corn and the price wasrlgh daily except Sunday. COOPER & CO., ciated. comity has sustalnill a great loss In but the farmer didn't have the time go from ,place to place trying to Hartford, Ky. No. 113 South Bound duo 1:40 p. in. 2U2. his death. Funeral services were con- to sell It, so ho called the New Era ofdally except Sunday. Will glvo good feed and hitch for ducted at tho xxaldenco by Father fice over tho phone and'gavo a short H. K. MlSCHKE.Agt. 30c. Your patronago will bo appre- OSullIvan of tho Whltosville Catholic church, yesterday morning ut reading notice for three insertions. COOPER & CO., ciated. ten o'clock, after which the. Inter- - Tho night that the first Issuq of the Hartford, Ky. Look for W. K. Ellis poultry' ad. 21t2. paper camq out with tho advertise mtj.it took place at Qaltwocfc1.. In this paper. Mr. Joshua Wesley, at present a ment he received several calls, and Sob S. J. Tchcnor's great ad. on student at Howling Green Normal, before the third advertisement had Will Hitch and Feed. Is vsllting his brother, Rev. EH Wes appeared he had sold his entire supthe o'ghth jiage. We aro In the hitching and feed ply, about 140 barrels. ley, Np Creek. Wr. A. R. Careon was In LouisFrom time to tlnio during the year When that apetlzing, hungry feel- business again, and will bo glad to ville this week. ing strikes you head for Barites Res- see all our old friends and many he has advertised various things he Esq. J. II. Miles, l'aradlse, was taurant. It costs you little and tho new ones. Owing to high price of had to sell, a cow, some hogs, etc., an feedstuff, we cannot charge less than every time people have besieged him hero on business Wednesday. reward Is great 30c for hitch and round feed. to buy. Saturday ho stated that durLunchcjs, sanwlchcs, hambergers For Service, cleanliness and satisWo appreciate them now more than BLACK & BIRKHEAD, ing the year 1913 he ihad sold at least make room for truck fanning. City Restaurant. faction, visit anything you want in tho eating line we did then. Hustler. 21t2. Hartford, Ky. $1,000 worth of products of his farm at Earl Barnes' Restaurant. Prices SALVET, the great stock remedy. WHY APPLES ARE HIGH. Why not really revive Saint Valsolely through advertising, and tho Boo U. S. Carson, Hartford, Ky. 30U reasonable patronage appreciated. The apple market is out of reason. entine's. Day? Wo need It. We seed Statistical Notes. expense of tho advertising had entire, neg- more of the sentiment that, is ckesp Mrs. L. u. foster, Owensboro, was SALESMAN WANTED to look aftNow York State has 50,185 chauf not been more than $3 or $4. But he Why? Becaause the people aro gutfct of relatives hero .yesterday. er our Interest in Ohio and adjacent the saving in time and lecting their orchards, Owen county not cheap sentiment, Wo uoed Ithls declared that the feurs. authority to pause in our, hurly-burl- y Mrs. R. H. Gillespie, Is visiting counties. Salary or Commission. AdThere are 132,220 automobiles In energy and worry by having the (buy- climate and soil are both suited for - dress Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland, O. her daughter, .Mrs. Hancock, DukeNew York State. er hunt hjni. up instead of. him having fruit growing. Then wliat Is the rea- odr pursu' of the tangible and tha , . . hunt. ' Rev. ElPwesloy and wlfo, of Ne Chicago, in 1913, paid $3,3U,054.6L to hunt the buyer, meant many more son we do not grow fruit? Because t material, and to give ourselves orer people oxet uneducated in ihn work of to one general indulgence In the ' , Creek, ldft,SatUitlay night for Joyce in corporation taxes. serve you. dollars .in. .Uyj ; We just love to raising orchards arid growing fruit. and chivalry.. Casey county, on receiving itcws of ,, ', , City Restaurant, There are 13,052,opp Jew's In the Now Era., . Jt . With a 6tudy of' tho business KenAll the world loves a lover. the serious Illness of Mns. Wesley's world. America has 2il94,0Ql. TRUCK FARMING AT DAWSON. Lyons, Proprietor. James easy ' Mr. F. O. Coffman, Point Pleasant, fatter. . i Australia last year, spent o.ver $15,- - Many farmers living near Dawson tucky farmers could bo living crotp fact can never die. And altboasiv imrn Saint .vaIenUnePay, Is but Springs have announced that Instead In a few fears on tho frul call 000,000 for military purposes. When .In town don't fail to ' called to see. us while in town Wodof to that might be grown upon tho old que and a mummery, wherein, wepswr at "ho W. A. Wllkerson Restaurant Massachusetts in 1913 manufactured of putlfiafe , nesday. at a Court of Love, Its twelve bacco this year they have decided to fields of Uiq. State now In waste. (Rosenblatts old stand) next door to goods valued at 11,590,734,445. The . Misses Marks entertained '.the Bank of Hartford. Meals bcrved at .Apples at 42 per 'bushel .would pay of pretty, pretense distil dew ubb Mauritius Jn 1912 exported , goods try their hands at truck, raising, be ' Ladies Social LJUD last weanesuay . they will for hauling them totho river or rail- the most sordid heart. valued at $12,062,550. Imports were lieving ,that in .the ond all hours. afternoon. We In America have few geat)e make more money than they have road and we might cat a few more and We will start In Saturday uiorn-i- n valued at 110,467,320. observances; we do much or.proettesJ Mr. L. B. Ticheaor and fainlly, of, In the past, depending enJoj.them If they mere plentiful. The South Manchuria railway exnext selling best Granulated Sugain and much out of pstfletlMB; Ihut '; Beds, have rdturned Owenton Democrat . from a sojourn pects to expend $1,500,000 u harbor on their tobacco crop. s. gar at for fliOO cash, or we devote ourselves we as a .pee ' '' V? Florida.1" ' is The fact that there are so many ho construction during the fiscal year for 4.G0 cash. little to the purely fanciful and eth rctuiped Saiit Valeitlie's Day. ' Mr. Hooker Wl.lUama has tels and hoarding houses at Dawson ending February, 1915. LIKENS & ACTON. ' from an extended ' prospecting trip makes that city an Ideal market seems a long, long time ago when ical. ,AVe have Ilost May) I)ax,ia It SALESMAN WANTED to, Jook aftA Texai Wowler. for all kinds of 'vogtables.'.'and jn the we bcuv our vaiuuunea. iniuse were ful, custom doomed, perhaps,, by tin tho South. er our interest In Oilo and oUJa'cejati ',' The Texas-WondState couptlee. Salary o Oomnusslon. Adcures kidney and past-I- t &as been necccsjury to secure pleasant - little missives I refer' not al Progress.. However, .way, we tasi HoiG," B.CUUtens. have.back. upon 'our natloaal, calesa bladder troubles, dissolves grave), much of this Jrom out ,of town points to the caricatures, by 'which tho ro; good' J Auditor, Frankfort, is attea'dlng court dress The Harvel OUCo.,' Cleveland. SalptValeaUse's .Day, In,!! tU cures dUbetes, weak tnd lame backs, Qulte.a number ot farmers near Daw- wanes of the day was much Impaired ; , Ae're Itols tycek.y Ohio. Innocence of eternal vows to sweats . rheumatism,', and all irregularities of son, H Is understood have contracts but to 'the 'lacy, heart ;' Mrs, Josie Duke, of Dundee, to A. D. Taylor. 1 oua be at Br. (larger hotels of tho town to men with, kind some of Vhkh 'cost es much the, workday heart? Though 'visiting her daughter, Mrs. U. S. Bean's Opera, House,,, nxt Mpnday the kidneys and bladder in both (trou- supplythe as a fad let l,t 9001c. t vegetables during as ton cents.,, them with 'and women. Regulates bladder ! Cariea,-this week. LipniaooU's. Bight with. another .'attacUve show. bles in children .If not sold, by your the summer months, the proprietors The1 feverish; distribution of these aid will preach at They never djJPPont Kid. II. B, fifibm their au- druggist, will send by mall .on- re- being, glad to. enter such contracts, as no harm; on the contrary, DIa yen know that Calomel la thuw. , k, . 'the Christian church Sunday morn. diences. . ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is they ,havo bad much trouble in the have worked good. The sentiments Mercury, and that Its aiercurlous't- Everybody Invited. J log axd evening. The WJlkerfioa Restaurant Is new two months'' treatment; and seldom past jn securing vegetables. K (s be- expressed were at least read", even' it tets will ruin the system, vkM is purely tag. WUl give ed tend and hUch for ly furnished tbrquBQut.tind the best falls to perfect a cure.. Send for tes- lieved that the experiment; will prove not always believed, sometimes not OrUsby'a '30c Your . patronage will." appre-- ,' to be bad in the market to cat is at timonials from this and other states. profitable po the farmer, and that In understood. Few of u but can recall etable, and can be used with eet- your command day or night, at reas- Dr. E. W. Hall, 2936 Olive Street, St. the future the tobacco, crop In this xcerps. which we repeat with a cer- - feet safety? COOPER- - & CO., Aik J. IL WUIIsbm, elated. onable prices. Hartford, Ky. 3015 section will be curtailed In order to tain wistful zest that decries agell Hartford, Ky. '.JMtt. Louis, Mo. Sojd by druggslts. j Don't Forget! Kum Down . Dr. B. W. Ford, who Is pushing (ho good road movement for Hartfrd and vicinity, aiinounctfl that ho Jinn se to cured oior $100 In subscriptions ,, be tmed as premiums. PRESIDENT WILSON RAISES EMBARGO il I 9 . 1m h mx& SL YOU CANT FALL DflWfr ON I I W&krffflRA wm 1MP- Bur ANV Will let sup jjp OF OlJ3, - BUT VOU I I IFYotDONV AVAIL QUAL1Tr30QpJ Fair's Big . i wjrms9rnjh I r-M- And Remnant Sale I Is Now On. This Sale has always been a to the time of buying public and this one is only an exception in one way, and that is, it is the biggest event of them all. Don't be misled but come to OUR BIG SALE. Remember the sale began Thursday, February 5, and that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH HOUSE A THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. jM&a CARSON a CO. Hartford, Kentucky. Hartfora 'Republican. ' I Wiei Yod Feel Kinder or Tire BniiH Invigorator, the Best wide-awak- For Sale By All Soft Drink.! 1 Stands, 5c. lo I -- pocket.?-Hopkinsy- ilje, omance Te oUtva-blg?ucreag- e . Jfrt been-makin- g 21-lb- s. 100-Ib- Assist tS,w(ll ana-arha- po-et- lo - - -- L!v-Ver-- ..... iry i. ,T1WWWWIWHHI BHWWHHimiW(i twxSB" JWJi.i4HJIwitija fjlWS&KW a f hf . ty: C. 0. Davenport, Warren count). Ohio county officers L. 11. Tlch- - 4. , ) HAVE YOUtt SUITS Ohio cnor, President; Henry Plrtlc, SecDangers That Beset New Eggs In the It Wat Thought He Had Discovered Easy and Wall New Ycrl-er'- t retary: S. K. Dennett, Treasurer. Hades, but He Hadn't. Vaudeville Basket. Paid, but Important, Job. Circuit Court T. F. Illrkhcnd, COUNTY DOAHU OF KMJCATION. The most amazing thing to n theatAt n gathering In Milwaukee n well Judge! Hen D. ltlngo, Attorney; W. Is one man In New Vork who There Henry Leach, Clinlrmun, Hartford, on to tell a rical mnV'tgcr N the utter lack of comI. Mldklff, Jailer; K. 0. Uarrasa, Ky. jrrould Ncl'in to hold mi easy mill unique known minister wits called story, mid this Is what he told: , prehension on the part of applicants Clerk: K. U. Uirkhead, .Master Com1. h. IJ. Tlchchor, Hartford, It. F. Job. I'roin .Inn I to Doc-- ill lie puts In "Did you over hear of Coulter's hell? of what professional work really means, missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. 6. 111 whole time wntcliliiB for clouds Jury Fund: T. H. iJlack, Sheriff, Of the two men Iot by the pi eat and Dye2. K. C. Hnrtford, Ileynolds, Ky. When I was writing vnudoWlh from the ti'P of one of the tilUt l.v- - I.ewN mid Clark expedition of I'JO.'l on Deputies S. O. Kcown, Hartford. 3. .M. S. Patterson, Olnton, Ky. ing simpers, lie does nothlin; ele. Id well Us Ions Journey tlinmuMi the northwest sketches I used to get letters fuu.i Heaver Dam: G. I'. Jones. Ilouto 5. 4. 11. 1.. Alfnrd, White JUm, Ky. paid If he performs his duty vigilantly one was a mini named Coulter. lie young fellows In country towns h, llnrtforc; W. C. Earp, lloalne. Court T. ltlchnrd riuiniucr, Tajlor Mines, , Ladies work given coin nn one to boss or hustle him and wanted to po Into vaudeville. For some first .Monday in rebruarj Kentucky. cits was captured hy Indians, who st lipped and continues nround except the cloud. I'or tools him mid three weeks; third him to running the pint let. unaccountable reason they figured out Monday In April, two weeks; third works with n telescope, nnd he c:in he "Otitrtinnliif; their blow, he siiatih-c- d that that was the easiest way to bie.il. Hats Cleaned .Monday In October two weeks. smoke, rend iKietrr or do wlmt lie a spear from the lut Iiidiau, killed Into the entertainment business. As a County Court it. it. Wedding, pleases, provided he keeps his weather him with It and ran Into the motin- - matter of fact, they were choosing the Repaired. r.Dw 2a:l Judge; V. S. 'Ilnsley, Clerk; C. li. ...... l .1.. ...... I...I r..M it... i1.u. uf. i.f ...... '"' 'tnlns naked and wounded, but at last very toughest end of It all In vaude,wK ...l Smith, Attorney, Work called llartlord. Court n storm cloud sucepiu: .low,, tie Hud. rum ones first Monday !u each WiiimIciImb toward ville there Is no stage tnauapor to tell hole oh for win. On that rests his sm,KilJti ,ie one what to do and how to do It. lie' ,, fmA month. Bhould ., tbtiiKlerMoriii catch I. ... nap- mii'--t rely entirely upon himself a iiMnvriy (.ouri iiegius on me Club $1.00 u;iin uii tare appeared to have pntie tnml ilu II would iiieiiii II I'utthermore. he must do his own book-- j S fourth Munday In May, lug. pet his own transfer agent to take the liMdliii; elictrie light and power n tigust and November. Attorney Law Itlvors from which lie sought company. Court of Claims Convenes first ib drink mil hot water, bolllnp fotm-talu- s care of his luggage, negotiate his own! Tuesday in January and first Tiles- -' rnllroaflltig and even pink his own no other city hut New York do In HAItTFOItD. KY. pushed hundteds of feet In the day In October. Hartford Pressing Glilb, conditions make lor Mich a contingen nlr, volcanoes of black mud vomited at properties. In fact, he has a thousand county Officers C. S. JIox-lc- Will praotlco his profession in LhU uuicr cy owing to the compact construction him, httbbllnp fountains of snow white and oue troubles to divert his mltut Survejor, Fords Hid, Ky., it. and adJoinJuK couhUch. Commercial di'NTiu it iii.i)n.,ehvri:i; st. ! , nr(niml of the hugolocks of downtown- - sky. mmj q( j from his proper business, it never F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Asses- and Criminal ecraers nn enormous nmoufit of eiee crimson and blue and preen. A moun- seems to dawn upon the aspirant th.it Practice a Specialty. sor, Hartford. Ky.. It. F. U. No 2: HARTFORD, KY. trie llpht Is suddenly demanded when tain of pure sulphur crystals rose on it's much better to get Into a great or Henry l.caih, Superintendent, Ilart- ever the sky becomes darkened. Thou one hand, and from beside n stream paulatioti, where there's somebody to HiaaaUEiPr. rU, Dr. A. U. Itlley, Coroner, Hart- 'CTAJVam.'maM.'Kl sands of bulbs are slniultiinpnUhly roe another composed of black' glass t attend to every problem for him and where he has n chance to le.irn the1 switched on. At ulplitfall this need j almost as clear as a window pane. JUSTICES' COUItTS. details of stagecraft. Combs. for llpht Is easily calculated, but no Hnrtford. TncR.lav "At last, cseapinp from the place, he A clever vaudeville man, to begin X Law provision can he made against was after 3rd .Monday In .Mnrch, Tueadio certain found by some trappers, who with, must have a pood auer ,iru .Monday in June, Tuesday act. and If he the sudden overshadow of a storm clothed him and took htm to St. Louis, HARTFORD, KY. after 3rd .Monday In September, Tuescloud other than hy stationing a look- - w hnro tllnr l'litmrfnil liltn n nno tfluwn be unknown he must know how to talk day aftur yrd .Monday In December. his act to the managers. If he emout man on the top of a skyscraper. , Mtpsns. W. 11. B.inutj mid C. U. wrecked hy his cxperl- John II. .Miles, Itcl.port, Friday Consequently when he sees a cloud enccs. W herever he told of tho fright- - ploys nn agent he Is nta disadvantage.' after 3rd .Monday in .March, Friday SmiUi siniiounce that Uiy liavo Xonn-- a because these persons work for tho sweeping down the Hudson or advanc- ful country which he swore ho had after lird .Monday In June, Friday iwrtutTi.h'.p for tlio KiUuoi-.- il pracing from any other direction It Is his teen men roared with mirth at tho mauagenie.it of the theaters. Further .Monday in September, after 3rd more, the vaudeville man must rcineui-- j business to watch Its approach care- yarn and made him tell and retell It Friday after 3rd .Monday In De- tice of law, exctpt crtmlii.il and dlvor ber that he conies out on to the stage c.iJkt?, Mr. Smith being County Attorfully. cember. till within a few years it went all over O. E. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday ney is ptxnvntud from pr.icclctiig eucfe Therein ho must ue a bit of Judg- tho wet as an example of tho effect with nothing behind him. practically alter Jrd .Monday in .March. Wed census. Mr. Bonn; will Individually ment. If it Is likely to sweep clear of of the horrors of being lost on tho hu- no propel ties, no chorus girls to divert nesday after 3rd .Monday in June. accept the city he need not bother about it man mind. It was commonly known attention. The eyes of the people are such practice. OfXIo in -- .. iT Wednesday after 3rd .Monday In SepBut should he reckon It will pass over as 'the story of Coulter's hell.' and un- ccutcicd on him. He must do It all. It i?aa1 .!.l.J- Mil 4im 4!m.n n.U """ "H" Hartford Republican building, lLart- .Manhattan It Is his business to tele- der that name it frequently appeared Is by far the most dllllcult business lu from work for days by tnktnp; calomc , tember, Wednesday aftej 3iu .Mon, o succeed j ford, K" he at, unless, one is, when pIcMnnt phone tho chief power station a warn- in the eastern papers in the early thirkeeps you day in December. John II. .Miles, Rockpiirt,' Friday erj talented -- George M. Cohan, in on your feet, while relievingyour troub-th- o ing that a storm cloud Is coming. At ties and foitles. Coulter himself finalNew Wk Sun. March, Fr'tav e. Safer too and casy to takc. D8nt after 3rd .Monday once a red light glows In the engine ly died regarded to the last as a hopeafter 3rd Monday in June. Friday room, and the stokers hustle to shovel less maniac. lit Eliminates poisons, cleanses . ii - day f3.rd .;1,ld1a, ,,n September. -Frl SCARED THE LION. . coal into the furnaces. Presently tho in n,fni,ii,or. "And then in ISfiO some Montana j i: : . i naiieni .uiu relieves ciiiismmuuii. generators revolve nt greater trappers wandered into the region and huge Law J. U. Jaol.8011, Centertown, Satural remedy, natural in its actions, euro speed to supply the emergency demand came back with the astounding tale Bravery and Daring Displayed by an in its ciTect and certain in results. It urday after 3rd Monday In March, HARTFORD, KY. African Woman. for electricity. Thus when the thou- that Coulter had told the truth and had will Saturday after Srd .Monday In June, won't be lonp before Lio- - Ver-La- x In "Hunting the Elephant In Africa" completely displace calomel in every Saturday ufter 3rd Monday lu Sep- ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVR1N. sands of lights arc switched on down never been Insane at all. The governtown few are likely to guess how tho ment Immediately rushed soldiers and the author. Captnln C. II. Stlgand. in home. Children can take it freely an tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday This office is equipped for handIn December. sudden call for light has been met scientists Into the country, and before telling some lion stories, admits that with perfect safoty. Every bottle guarM. C. Cook, Uenfrow, Tuesday af- ling Commercial Law nnd Collection anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona 'Meanwhile the cloud watcher is in long it became the Yellowstone Na- there Is a certain thrill In connection without the likeness and signa- ter 2nd Monday in March, Tuesday Items as well na other legal and litino fear that a mechanical device will tional park. And that is the story of With the king of the Jungle. The So- genuine L. K. Grigsby. For sale by after 1'nd .Monday in May, Tuesday gated matters. Practice In ture of all tho deprive him of his Job, for the weather Coulter's hell." Milwaukee Journal. malia say that a Hon makes you Jump .Monday In August, TuesJ. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky. after 3rd 2nd courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. diInstrument that can record just the day after three times first, when you hear him Monday in November. roar; secondly, when you unexpectedly rection n cloud will take In sweeping Thomas Sanders. Olnton. wvilnoa- - M. L. Hcavrlu's Office. NERVE IN BASEBALL. uay after the second Monday In o toward Manhattan is yet in tho dim meet his spoor, and thirdly, when you THE March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday future of invention. New Vork Trib- first sight him. They say that even a SEWING In .May, Wednesday after 3rd M0nd.1v Result of a Wild Throw to Third With bold man Is thus frightened three ODC. MACHNNI r in August, Wednesday after 2nd Mou-da- y the Basel Full. times by a lion, but after the sudden OF in November. Charley Dooln, one of the famous .shock of seeing him is over be is no of the Panama Canal. Attorney at Law . Course Grant Pollard. Fordsvillo. Ttirsdnv QUALITY. catchers of the National league, tells a longer afraid. And In this connection dolu-do- ,There is a somewhat popular after 2nd Monday In March, ThursCROMWELL, - KY. story to the effect that after a brief he tells us a good story of female heroday after 2nd Monday in May, ThursJibput the Panama canal to wit, trjal with the St Paul In 1S80 day after 3rd Monday in August, Will practice Jils profession In thl that the course from Colon, on the Charles"!1. Comlskey, then clubmanager, ism: its NOT Thursday after 2nd Monday in No"At a village near Fort Mangoche, Caribbean or Atlantic side of the Isth- and adjoining counties. Collections.. advised him to return to the tailoring also in Kyasnland. a man was sitting vember. SOLD US to Panama, on the Pacific side, Is business and stick to it J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after Commercial and Criminal Practice a one night at the door of his but drum- UNDER h"roa east to west Of course the 2nd Monday in March, Friday after Another yarn concerning Dooln tells ming while his wife was cooking food ANY Prompt and vigorous Is at the cast and the Pacific is 2nd Monday in May, Friday after 3rd Specialty. OTHER is very how a little later on and when he was Inside. The hut was nn isolated one. t Jfee jvest, but the btuuius Monday in August,. Friday after 2nd service. still little more than a youth and being several hundred yards from the NAME. crooked anil at this point lends from a weighing in Monday in Novonjber. 115 the neighborhood HARTFORD POLICE' COURT. little south of west to north of cast pounds, he wished hlmelfttiponofMan- rest of the village. "Suddenly the woman heard the man C. M. Crowe, Judge; John H. WilWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. mod Colon is actually farther 'west ager McKibben of the St Joseph club. call out, 'A Hon has got me.' She took than Tanama. As a result the canal When Dooln reported Mac walked If you purchase the NKV HOME you will son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, a burnlug fagot from the fire, ran ont have a life asset at the price you pny, and will Marshal; Court comenes second Mont, to runs from around hliu twice and then announced I AM day In each month. and on reaching the Pacific that be wanted a catcher and not a and smacked the lion in the face. The not have nn endless dial a of repairs. City Council J. H. Williams. Mayne finds himself farther east than he jockey. Injuries to regulars, however, astonished animal let go. and she dragor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. ThomTo do any kind of Veterina was when be left the Atlantic. Queer, gave the boy his chance, and he was ged her husband Jnto the hut and Quality as, Treasurer. Members of Council hastily put up the poles which form ry work. Horses, mules and isn't it to go westward hy going east- sent In to backstop for "Big Jhn" Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. II. Considered B. Carson, the door. The man died a' few minl ward? But it's a geographical fact, all Wlggs. cows need not die for want of E. 1'. .Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Bean. the same, which few realize until they In his first game Dooln wanted to utes nftcr. and the woman sat there it is the " Calls answered attention. School Trustees Dr. E. B. PendleStudy the map. New York Tribune. prove that In addition to being a with the dead body. day or flight. Cheapest ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, Secre"Presently the lion returned and catcher be was some thrower. When tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. s. Tlnsley in the end he heaved to second the baseman scratched gently on the door. This he Canine Etiquette. and J. D. Duke. repeated several times till it got on the In their relations one with another would have needed a ladder to get the woman's Veterinary Surgeon At last she to buy. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 3o8 have a keen sense of etiquette, ball; to third his pegs were low, and stand It nonerves. so she took could longer, M. another E. Church, South Services Ky. Hortforci, Unless they are on very intimate terms his shoots to first nearly took the If you want n sewing machine, write for morning and evening every first and from they take great pains never to brush Backer off his feet After hU wild fagot fled tothe fire, unbarred the door our latest catalogue before you purchase. third Sunday In each month. Sunthe village, leaving the Against or even touch one another. throws bad filled the bases in one in and The New Home Sewing Machine Co, Orange, Mass. day school 9: 45 a. m. Prayer meetFor one dog to step over another is a ning he threw to third again to catch dead man. The lion then walked iuto ing every Wednesday ccnlng Rev. tho but and took him." dangerous breach of etiquette unless a runner off the cushion. The hall Savlllc, pastor. they are special friends, it Is no un went so high the left 'fielder almost Baptist Church Services morning , How Wo Got the Gas Jet. common thing for two dogs to belong got to It on the fly, while "everybody and evening every second and fourth Possibly very few people know that Buekbee's "Full of Life" Northern Grows Sunday In each month. Sunday school to the same person and live In the came home." The National Weekly reputation of Pedigreed Seeds Ime of When the inning was over Dooln had we owto the ordinary gas Jet to the ac- juccMsful seed grow inga behind them. 3S years U U:45 a. in. Prayer meeting every Wedcame house and yet never take the H pays nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. lightest notice of each other. Wo four errors 'charged against him, and cidental use of a woman's thimble. slant the best Seasonable Specialties: Christian Church Services every have a spaulel so dignified that he will ,ho walked to the clubhouse and bean After the dinner of the British ComBEANS fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7. p. never permit another member of the 1 pack up his clothes. ,McK!bbun mercial Gas association Professor VivEarliest Red Valentine . . ts 50 Bushel m. Sunday school 3:30 a. m. Elder W. . . jj s bushel Refugee Kxtra Early dog family to pillow his head upon i stopped him, shying his nerve lu dar-hi- ian Lewes told how Clegg of Itediuth Until this year B. Wright pastor. Nsw btringless Cretn Tod . J.j.70 Bushel Collitr'i list been but with tho egotism of a true lug to throw to third to catch a man used to burn the illumluant straight Wa'dwell's Imp. Kidney Wax U 5" Bushel Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day Iau Is New White Wax . , U .75 Bushel M)Uat$5.50. Now iiristocrat he does not hesitate to make of with the bases full, caused by his from the open pipe and turn It off by school every Sunday at 3: 45 Curne's Kust rroof Wax . H 50 Bushel the priie is $2.50 use of the other dogs for that puipose. previous bad throws, deserved another plugging tho pipe with some clay. a. in. .PEAS anduchacsccurfd j Hxtra Early Alaska . . . $3 50 Bushel chance. Dooln stuck and caught al- - Upon one occasion his lump of clay Henry C. Merwiu In Atlantic. SECRET SOCIETIES. New llarly Gradus $550 Bushel a concession hcrc- every game that season. Ills was missing, and, picking up his wife's most Hartford Lollgo No. C75, F. and A. lorsford's Market Garden . 1$ .so Bushel by we ran offer It M. meets every first .Monday night next Juu,n was t0 t'"-- ' Phillies, and his thimble, he put this on top of the ple Buckbte's Lightning Impress J500 Bushel No CanL For Actors. at a still further reputation was made.-- Ed Lettuce. Rtdlih. Tomato and a full line ot In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. A. Goewey Much to his surprNe. the gas escaped al-- , reduction In conThere is one profession that has through small holes which h.ul been j:ed I'lants and Bulbs at lowest growing a prkes. M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. list ot nection with this for complete catalogue or submit ways refrained from carrying a walk lu Leslie's. Hartford Chapter No. si O. E. S. worn by the constant use of the needle, vour requirements and will quote prices. publication. ing stick. The actor knows well that ( lluv direct from the grower Save Money. meets every second and fourth Monsmall burning Jets of gas loultlug. Made Her More Nervous. Write today. Mention this paper. tin the stage he must walk without exday evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, Vf Special Offer to Our Readers She was rather a nervous old lady From this Professor Lewes traced the traneous support, and he knows that W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. B.; and, fearful of being robbed of her evolution of the gas Jet Lotidou 1308 Kcrosnizmc the (treat demand (or Collitr'i at the mere hint of a walking stick In his ncl.bee St.. Roclford Stti Firm. Kottfor', Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. the new iiuce, uc have nude arrangements to hand as he walks the streets is a purse, kept it In a pocket of her un- Globe. riler it and our nn publication eacli one ear Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights lur the price of CoMur'aalone. 1 his is alimiltj temptation to lean this way or thatt derskirt Taking a cab. she. at the of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenotter and mult be taken advantage ol promptly. Surf Birds. Actors, even when out of a Job. never end of the Journey, began searching, ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney That birds of the family termed surf lean on a stick. They know that their as ladles do. for the carefully conceal- birds in the Hawaiian Islands What You Get 'w Collier' Foster, K. of R. & S. should balanced walk is their asset If the ed pocket The cabby, misconstruing leave that paradise of the Pacific to go Hartford Tent No. 99, K0. T, SI. CtltUt't U the one big, independent, fearless BVCKHsrS SEBM SUCCEED I ybole of society recurs to walking her movements, looked on grimly. meets every first and thlrdThursday weekly o( the whole country. Not only is it the "Well, mem." he broke In, "when and rear their young In the tundras of irood citizen's handbook but it is also a R. .T. Commander; ticks the actors will refrain. Loudon SPECIAL OFFER:will' nights. Foreman, Collins, Keeper. magazine lor the whole family. Among the you've done me fare's Alaska would seem to many nn exL. P. 'Umtm U VriU Xw.Bulim Atrial Record Chronicle. thiniis that a year's subscription gives are. traordinary proceeding, yet the turn-stonm msuTon oaiMruunt customer. Acmo Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. 18 pence." London Ta'tler. und the black bellied plover and 1000 Editorials meets every second and fourth FriNot Even Bent. u im now Tip. v nienoja u.mi. paw au. 600 News Photos the Pacific golden plover make (be imw day nights In each month. C. M. Bar-net- t, Wk-- " TSTMUr u .! UK 1 250 Short ArticUs Impeachment. Little Eric had dropped a basket long Journey of about 1,000 miles thitheCAKANTCEB TO PLKASE. Nohlo Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, 150 Short Stories In England Jt was the old practice er annually. containing borne eggs on his way home Wtif toMy; Mention thlt Paper. Sccrct&rv 100 Illustrated Features i to Impeach for conduct out of office. 2 Complete Norele Xiom the grocery. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. tVWtVArtAAVAAVWW meets eery second and fourth Sat"Uow many did you break?" asked Private citizens could be impeached. Classified tho Family. Collier's SEND 10 CENTS 50)tfcOfcCA Dr, Sachevcrcll was Impeached for urday nights in each month. Leslie Ills mother. "Everybody in our family's some LteMTrpMUU4 pKllttf u4riMir tUTftfcU m HNit ofur wiut mj ni Hartford Republican Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. "I didn't break auy." replied Eric, preaching an unpopular sermon, the kind of un unluml." said Bobby to the m MB11IB u.t M rNt out Ike Mmt ...- . -- . . at lUnilH rUnbu tlA. vsuUUtU ,: Wallace, Clerk. t. Duke of Richmond for proposing an unitized lady visitor. t "hut the hulls came off two or three." LH.W. Mkm'WI&Ml&Ll Sunshine Hivo No. 42, L. O. T. M., adjournment of the house of lords and Chicago News. "What nonsense!" she exclaimed. nieots every first and third Friday Inlgo Jones for tearing down n church. "Well." replied Bobby, "mother's a nights n each month. Mrs. Attye But in America Impeachment has been dear, my baby sister Is mother's little Tomato Seed Oil. Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lufa An excellent burning oil has been ex- restricted to men In office for couduct Mmb. I'm the kid mid dud's the goat" Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. -- Dundee Advertiser Kcystono Chapter No. 110, R. A. tracted from tomato seeds. These, with In otllce. Argonaut M meets every third Saturday night the skins, are thoroughly dried In the Crazy as a Loon. In each month. John T. Mooro High un. The seeds are theu crushed in a Shooting Through Glass. Priest; W. S. Tlnsloy, Secretary. "Before I sentence the prisoner 1 hydraulic press and yield h thin yelA rifle bullet may be Bred through a AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. low oil. This when burned In a lamp should like to ask the attorney why pane of class, tuukluR a hole the size National Officers President. Ira M. MeCALL FATmNS glvea a bright, odorless light Loudon he thinks that the defendant Is Intf tbe ball without cracking the glass. J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presisane." perfect t. simplicity in If the Kins be suspended by n thread ,Ja!J. . dent. B. B. Robertson. Calhoun. Ky.: j. C&?,,c1 nearlyyl. years, bold In nearly rillsbllly '"' 40 "Your honor, be admits that be had it will make no difference, and tbe I .Secretary & Treas., H. Q. Tank, Wau-sa- u, I every cityorand lonn in the United Stit and a perfectly fair trln I." Philadelphia thread will not even vibrate. Loudon Canada, by mail direct. Mors sold than Made Him Too Good. Wis. any other 'make. Send tor tree catalogue, Ledger. Telegraph. I "Bo she man led blm to reform him. State Officers President. J. II. Mo McCAUS MAGAZINE , Succeed when everything 1m feBa. wore subscribers Una. any othti (athlon Council, Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presi'nd what is the result?" In nervous prostration 'and femitv Holding on Tight. mataalns-iuilll- on a month, 'lnaluabl:- Lau Poor Evt. dent, J. II. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; "lie's 60 good now that he's shocked cat styles, patterns, dreasmalinx, millinery, weaknesses they are tbe supreme You can't always tell : the young man Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, Eve (In the garden) Adam. I've got liy the gowns gbe wears." plain scwln;, fancy needlework, Calrdrcsilnc. Boston remedy, as thousands bavo testified. n, etiquette, good ttoriei, etc. Only B0 cents who holds on to you nn tightly as a to bav? another dress. " Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Adam-E- ve. Transcript r (worth double), Including- a.heo pattern, FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND vise before marriage, girls, may hold you're th.- - mot resolute woman I've Hartford, Ky. bubscrflft today, or send lvr ssutule cony. STOMACH TROUBLE to his money the same way after- ever knnnn. Members State Executive Board-- Ben tVONBEBFUL INLHJCEMEftTS iu You're always turning ' It Is the surmounting of difficulties ward Flo.Ida Times L'ulun. is the best medicine, ever wU Watson, Webster county; J. W. i to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue . over n uow leaf. Loudon Tatler. , Kossuth. that makes btroca.-l.o- uls over a druggist's counter. Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Plrtlc, I and ntw rath nrl.anflVra litr... I afcCAU CO. SH U Ml W. I7IB St. NEW YOU Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Uardin couu- WATCHES THE CLOUDS. ON ' COULTER'S QUEER STORY. GETTING THE STAGE. v Directory County Cleaned s Pressed -- j Repairing neatly done. i ti.-i- special attention. , and .. - wsi t a ess , , ,,. ' delivered. forand -- month. rate per Otto C. Martin at ' i i y, , USELIWER-LA- Barnes & Attorneys at Smith I ,,,, u.1(1-ICo- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. i '.,,,, i- i .- a ---. ARTHUR D. Attorney at KIRK -- -- NEW T.WADESTRATTON B -- NOME north-northwe- south-southeas- PREPARED W. H. RILEY SEEDS .... Collier's First Time I , slS in Clubs a ! d S.-n- H. W. BUCKBEE SEEDS' 1 e 1 1 J )fZa5U a Electric Bitters WW; - Bal-mal- J A L ' LIFE WITH THE .ESKIMOS. STAND UP STRAIGHT. Children Cry for FUtcher's Wei III .1 L! MMB Tlio Kind Yott Ilttvo Always. Bonght, andf tvblch lins been ;.-- ow j uara, jibs uorno u u iui tiio Htnaturo oc o"l lns been mado under Ms pcr- jriy C,XJ&fJ?2rtfrA, 8.onnl supervision R.nco its infancy. AHojr no ono to deceive you In this. AH Counterfeit, Imitations and " Kxpcrlinents tlint trlflo with mid c inlander the " nro but lier-lto Infants and Children Experience uyulust Experiment. y'vTT. Jti.st-us-go- od Their Flesh Strewn Ice Hut Resemble Slaughter Houses. My first view of the Interior of nretlc residence would hare been n dlslicartetiltiK one to u (underfoot. To mo. nftur nlrio hours of freezing, nothing Mud ever seemed iiulte mo welcome nnd cheering tin tho hollowed out stone In which i? Ilhcmt quantity of seal oil nnd moss was burning. (The moss was used us u wick, nnd so nnswered the purpose of both lump nnd stove.i Three children were crowded together ut the end of the Igloo staring silently. kooncr or woman stood with un Infant In her arms, grinning broadly nnd cheerfully L'ek-(.luck- at us. . 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IUI McCUl COHMNT, 0 In 249 Wot 37b St. NIW tOU doilies tntl hu. New I'asbion Doslsns lu (arli Ikiiic. AU to rSBfatlsTBSBBl ". MAkdU.Ofa.UL arWtfc. ai ... , ivaias, anv--t MtmA -- 4 Jtrtwu . WrK . B toUy . .'u-. ttUAlUNTJCXB T . Ll CBINXC SB1ND 311mmIm tkltVfjM .- ia l! Il XS a r HtU, wbM I DIM I alia "111 Tli-t- .. a1" M0muom P1EARR mi Mirsaialsto.'. " ' I tu Pmpr 1.. bi Ua IILitHlU wmiitu ) AMI M u ani wMtf ftn mm lionw p Nlk u lHMt( AfaiaUaiaTWVOT4atJsaaajr. .-, .U Ul D...U.. UCSBnCKMBITw DniiMicv bocktobii, f "l rsVftV wausTafMat. v waai ans watanaiai a jnsn t in. ill. itTMfra OVER 65 YCARS EXPEniCNCE 'rw ccpjrwI.K.lJ., Jiiuhtst hUiuU. aill. Low to oblilo COUNTRICS. mu N im-t- ijjTnjra I The room was about eighteen feet lu diameter nnd was a Veritable shambles. possessed a reputation us being a great hunter, and ho had been especially successful of of HeMi lay strewn all about the lloor. Theie seemed apparently to be no effort or desire to keep It In ouo or two piles. It lay everywhere. There was the whole carcass of a walrus, cut up and strewn aliout. and almost directly nt tho head of the raised "platform" of Ice which formed n lied for the whole family there wa& a great pile of entrails, for dog meat. The walls of the Iploo were spattered with blood, and weapons of the 'chase lay everywhere. These Included spears nnd harpoons, long knives and n rifle that flrcd powder nnd ball. A large quantity of meat, killed earlier In the season, had arrived nt the age and stage where It possessed n very bad odor. This was not for the dogs. and ulsVatully would have fed them the fresh meat before they would have sacrificed this particular ELECTRIFIED CELLULOID. pile, which was just reaching that mellow and ripe condition which strongly Pulling a Couple of Strips Between the appeals to their palate. Fingers Changes Them. Bernard and Outtu came Into tho If you will take two thin lengths of Igloo a few moments Inter, and so de- celluloid, put them in contact and then lighted were and his wife suddenly and rapidly pull them beto learn that both of the kablunaks or tween your fingers you will observe whlto meri were to eat and sleep un- they both have become electrified not der their roof that they disported only on their outside surfaces, where themselves like children, dancing about tbe friction of your fingers caused a and laughing and, chattering in their negative electrification, but also on tbe own tongue. Berrinrd told me that In Inner surface of the celluloid. Tbe strange part about this is that was saying his pleasure thnt In return for tho honor the white one of the Inner surfaces of the piece' men were showing him bo would give is positively charged and the other one .the kablunaks tho, greatest hunting Is negatively charged. If one of them Is slightly curved during the friction that white men bad ever hud. tbe convex one will be positively k As we bad come to hunt, and as was noted all along tbe coast for charged and tho concave sided one will bis 'prowess, this was highly satisfac- be negatively charged. It seems, therefore, to depend upon tory. Bernard brought lu bis oil stove, once- to prepare our whether the surface Is concave or nnd we began nt supper, us we bad eaten nothing but whether it Is convex depressed or produce negative or posi frozen meat since morning. We fried tive electricity. Even tbe minute, our own deer meat, heated u'nutnber imperceptible curvature Ismost to biscuit, n can of corn and a can give the expected result. sufficientim- of ship It also is of tomatoes and made nbout a gallon possible to pull the strips of celluloid and his family ac- through the fingers without producing of tea. cepted the tea and biscuits n great such strong electrification that one delicacies, but only Isbyu. his wife, j piece Wll! support, the other. took ndvautage of the stove to cook uven tue vapor pressure or liquids is her meat. With their knives the Eski- stronger at the convex surface than at mos cut off chunks from tho meat tbe concave. If electrons are cousld strewn about nnd devoured It raw. cred as particles of gas dissolved in laughing nnd chuckling as they feast solids as they once were or as nega ed. One of the children, a boy of sev- tlve electricity, tbere wlil be a greater en or eight, ate a strip of pure fat tendency for tbp electrons to escape that must have weighed nearly n from the convex side, which therefore will be left positively charged. This pound. James Oliver Curwood in also Is In perfect accord with the latest researches upon electrons. Interesting experiments can be made Shattered Hit Idol. Swlnburue's udmlrutlou for the scen- by following the above directions. Cel ery Inspired tbe walk which every lulold has peculiar properties for tests New York Press, morning, wet or One. he took across Putney eomtuou. It led also to visitors Railway Trains In England. to see the poet walk. I can proro In a moment by any travOno modest admirer, says the London Chronicle, traveled far to catch a eler that piy trains are infinitely more glimpse of Swinburne In tbe flesh and. luxurious than the trains In England. having read of tbe poet's habits, visit- But still, nnd notwithstanding, I suy ed tbe hostelry at which be called each tbe English railway service is better. morning in passing. There sat the lit- Wby? Because It's more human; It' erary demigod reading tbe 1'lnk 'Un. a more considerate. You aren't drlveu flashy, low grade paper. But worse and urged to step lively and called at in loud, harsh voices and made to. feel followed. Said tbe pilgrim to tbe girl behind that you arc being, tolerated aboard tbe bur. "I suppose you kitow that is something that was never made for Swinburne, the great poetT Came the you at all, btit for tbo employees of tbe company. In Hnglnnd tbo trains are answer: "Yes; I've beard so. Uut-h- e good to us. He only drinks run for tbe people, hot tbe (e0ple for, Isn't much the trains. From Theodore Dreiser's beer." "A Traveler ut Forty." i He Missed It. Worse Yet. After the services were over ono of "lie's a frtebtful bore, your baron. the congregation turned to his wife and said. "On my way to church I Hero bo's been ImvIug tbe whole even-lulong about Kuui ami Schopenpicked up a buttou ami put it In my change pocket, whore 1 had n quarter." hauer." "Von have my sympathy.' For my "Gracious, my dear!" anticipated his wife, very much horritled "And you part I (lelet philosophical discusdropped It Into the collection basket by sions." "Phllosuplilfal (IKci'ssIoiis, Indeed! mlstukeV" "No. coufotind It." replied her bus- - Kant mill & hupenlmucr are the uuines of the liaroii'a two liorsos." New York bjnd. "1; put In the iU.uter!"-Mii- gu Pot. zlno of Uck-Gluc- k late-Masses (Jck-Gluc- k Uck-Gluc- k Uck-Gluc- k Uck-GlucUck-Gluc- k -g the Great White Plague. The best way to nvold consumption h to stand up straight, uccordlng to tho Bulletin of the American Medical association. The writer says: "Tho first essential In the avoidance of tuberculosis of the lungs, or consumption. Is to keep the lungs strong, so that If the germs are breathed they can do no harm. One of tho most Important things in keeping tho lungs strong Is to keep the chest wide open so that the lungs can ho properly used. If She body Is drooped or stoops or if the shoulders nro allowed to drag (round shoulders) or if the bead Is carried forward Instead of well back over tho shoulders the chest must bo flattened, the breathing must be shallow, nnd the lungs, not bclug freely used, become weak. "It Is In this typo of chest that tuberculosis usually begins. The consumptive Is usually narrow chested, with drooped, shoulders and with the head craned forward. "While the development of a strong, well formed chest Is one of the most Important factors In preventing tuberculosis the same thing is to be desired If the disease has once started. Not only should wo live In the open, but we should stand up straight and learn to 'throw a big chest.' so that tho lungs can grow strong nnd the fresh nlr be taken in. "The runner, the singer or nny ono who Is 'obliged to make sustained effort Is taught to stand and sit with the chest high, so that the lungs can be used to the best advantage, and if every one would do the same thing there would be less tuberculosis there would be fewer .weak lungs." for-wnr- d Koep the Chest Wide Open and Avoid HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Few Yean el Duceeragiag Hubaxd Coaejtieu, Mrs. Beleck Gere Up ia Despair. I had gotten so weak I could not i4aef, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very ft Caae, to Rescie. dose, I could teU it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without ibf Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." you are all run down from womaaly writes as follows: "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock If The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recoav ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it 'Begin taking Cardui today. soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory iu. vnaiianouKa mencine 10.. Ladles" mic ,Dpt.. Chattinooza, Term., for Special book, Itutmctiom that, nothing seemed to do me any good. .imuocui im en your case anJM-paj- e wracDar Httsse nwttui sni in siain JSJ JAMES & CO., Pirst Class LiverytneH Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald The Reptblican and St. Louis GlobeVlemocrat V" 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm': Inquirer 1.7$ The Republican and ro fl.3C 175 The Republican The .republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald and .Daily vjwensDoro inquirer Twice-a-Wee- k 3.60 3.5 O'boro Messenger 1.75 and 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer.". and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... 1.60 and Weekly Inier Ocean and Farmer $1,50 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. ' YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. all Juretiilti W'asUngton savtt timt. Pttcnt and Infringement Practice Eclutle1. t7vit.fe mm nnma tia IIS1 Alt IS HI Ul lUlHW SV " 110 Usta (trot, star VIU SUtaa rataat COca, WaHsNOTOW. P. C. AnroneirmHni a akrtrh ami ilpitTliitln my quickly lurcrinlu ur ciiinnii Irce win titer mi ('fmttfttinlpl. IttvnnlliiM it lmilmlit tloiisstrlotlyiMUllJuiiilnl. I'ANDISOOX n I'auuu seuifroe. (IMnat ni.nry fur an urcnc pjn'iin. a'atiuts Ink.'ii thruiiL'li Mtiiui & lu. ri'ictre tfteUl notUt, llhuuliuir.'0, lu the Trade Marks PCSIGN3 Copyrights &c. "Yes," sternly nnswered tbo physician. "I'm l:oit pretty uusj umk-Inj- r dealer "Always remember out bills iviiU-- l.fuullshly IiiIiikIiic tn W paid suuiu dny." Von- - that our nssetb are ,our uio Kuliiff -- Baltimore Auieikau, kcra StlUOalUHII. : Breaking Him In. Imagination. "Itn you want uio to misrepresent "Tlic.i tell mi' tlint It IA liiiiiKlmitiim Unit liuops the busy," wild tho .the (jowls mid Miy they are Hue when I bey are notV" naked the now salespatli.'HL man "1 guoss Unit's rlsiit." icplUil tlio UiH.-im- SEE HIM FIRST! Before the fertiliter $ilcsmin arrives, (jo to your dealer and explain to him that you ill not buy 2 jht cent, ginxls tb .it contain only 40 pouna 01 muu per ton. Sbowr lilm that wodern, pmfitable fertilizers contain from VoTMHf of crop; and the 5 to 10 per cent. Potash, and that the composition --w ran a effect ot crops on soils reouire that TTTT " im the per cent, ot rotasu snouiu oe MMM Increased until It is as great as, or J , v Scientific American, 1.arrt Irriua. 1). UrSce, Y ft-- A handsomely lllnalraloil wwWt. culation of aiiyvi'Minittlii .If'iirual. ti a cir- BlJIINC03Br..HewW (Si . Watti'uxiim. BraniL 0. tuit aiuautf OS-BO- mended '"""""vETEX .TU.. at our lora ait. , aunielp you to auecata. aulTtrtlM tBonMuhly. Saul irou.L uuow or aancn ior M years' pracUoa. on fistautaUlJir. B SUR ("AMINO ncrfrlENCKa. rormsuuaM llook on I'ruflnula I'mUuU writs to mis. mn WMIHIITUI1 Saavostth I kW One aoDllcatlon ooihes acd tA m routrh m plmplykkiitod.whcnrrtiCkicHjuicLUeUcclt 1 m aLure, aCryiculcUtr. Ulcer aitd m u Kia u.c.ricy!ciu 10 ut curative prtpcuic- ox AtaUDrumUi. Mc a m Kb4 tvt Ut juupl mni !&. "llraiUii aii 2.eautj, K . I v . - i?IiftaaanlMSU, aualaaa bJaTkal AtMAW la. tig:' ayjaaa diet ('qunlly divided between pleaMititV mcits '.nnd vc'i'Uiblw as tbe Lot for "Well, lu lias liliuvjlf ,- Mud of Tho only 'th I in- be thinks or working people. with pleasure I, inoucy. And be can't tliluU or inoiiey without worrjius,'." Couldn't Scream. "I tvus at raid you'd btieam when I WasbliiBtOii Star. Ulbitd you " Nice Family Jar, "I didn't dun Mntiima was n tin; "Last ulylit." Huld Mr. Ilenpcck. "1 ovxt ixxiin uud would bnve beaii! uie. drcnuied tlmt'l win. In lieu ten." Houston post. "And wa.i I there with you5" bis Tbo youtb wlio does not loolc up will wife asked. "Didn't I suy lwiiN heaven?" wus looU down, uud tbo- uplrlt that docs jot soar lr destined peril j(i tusgrovi. fcls vruHlilu; reply, C'letelaud Plain Pcaler.' ' ' ' -- DlswelL u whip-sawe- Diet For Workers. After cxliuustlvo researeliw, lu Purl a ruinous I'n;ni'U bus recom- A Complicated Case, "Gixwcher always looUs worried. Wby doesn't bo tbluU of something T A 'J AaW ( greater thin, tbe per cent of Phosphoric AcM in the fertiliier. It is this grade of goods Jhat pays you and vour JeaUrbest The quantity and quality tJthif mini are better and the actual Dlant fuud cust less per pound. wltb Writ us tor fref Pntitablt Fonuulti ) We will sell tou i'olsih Sail la soy qtuotltr Irnui 2UUpounJt tvnte lor prices. KMMMII WHK.Iit. J J lJ J. J. ., aask ' 42 LlkCsriiekrctk.C;tira,IU. M IMA T3f mmm, MTin liU mu wt. EilrtHr.UMl4.Cl. ailatfCwuuaaft IMclksSrltttS H UMataU It. idttliMUm UliSSri. U. A IJCjUMWH '"' il II III ,'ll"l'1 '" '' I r ir li n l ill I' 'in I rflHlliilii,,,iIJj.L.uiltnii jfm nn i. . . , I Mil 1IW tichenor'S Cash Clearance Sale Beginning Thursday, Feb. 12, and Closing Saturday, Feb. 21, We Will Have Our Regular Cash Clearance SaJe. We have made special purchases for this Sale, and are using our best efforts to make this a most profitable occasion for our customers. We will have a 10c counter with unheard-o- f values. Come early. We invite you with all confidence, knowing our prices are the lowest and will interest you in all departments. Study this ad. closely and don't leave till you have seen everything. Anticipate your future purchases, and make them NOW. We assure you that our reputation for low prices will be maintained throughout this sale. We certainly will expect to see you. 521.00 1 18.50 $18.00 fflfi.OO $I.r8 $15.00 $ 14.00 51X30 $12.30 !$U.O0 $ 9.00 5 13.00 MEN'S SUITS. Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale and $12.00 Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale OVERCOATS. Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale f $1.00 Coats 812.75 $11.25 $11.00 $10.00 $1.50 Coats $2.50 Coats $3.50 $3.25 $2.00 $1.50 WORK COATS. Sale Sale Sale CORDUROY PANTS. Sale Sale Sale Sale AND ROY'S HATS AND CAPS. 00 $1.15 $1.80 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.15 75c $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $3.00 50c $0.25 $8.25 $8.00 $7.75 $ 7.25 Pants Pants Pants Pants $5.75 $5.00 $0.05 $7.75 $5.75 $5.00 $4.00 $2.75 .75 ..$4.00 V-25 0 316.60 Overcoats 512.50 Overcoats !J t.00 Overcoats 5 S.00 Overcoats 5 6.00 Overcoats $ 4.50 Overcoats 57.5b Pants $.00 Pants ?5j00 Pants SiZft Pants 54.00 Pants 53.50 Pants 3.00 Pants 52.50 Pants 52.00 Pants 51.50 iPants MEN'S ODD PANTS. Sale Sale Sale Sale I Sale Sale Sale Sale .2Z Sale Sale MEN'S Men's $1.00 Men3 $1.50 Men's $2.50 Men's $3.00 Men's $4.00 Boy's .73 Boy's '$1,60 Boy's $1.00 Boy's .25 Boy's .50 Men's .25 Men's .50 Men's $1.00 Hats Sale Hats Sale Hats Sale . Hats Sale .. Hats Sale Hats Sale Hats Sale . Hats Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale . . . , . . .' $.00 75c 10c 35c 10c 35c 75c 60c 60c 10c LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN'S COATS AND COAT SUITS. $14.00 Ladles' Coat Suit Sale . . ...'..$ 7.00 $20.00 Ladies' Coat Suit Sale $10.00 $16.00 Ladles' Coat Suit Sale $ 8.00 $ 8.50 Ladles' Coat Suit Sale $ 4.25 $ 6.00 Ladies' Coat Suit Sale $ 3.00 $14.50 Ladles' Coat Sale $ 7.25 $13.23 Ladles' Coat Sale $ 0.50 $11.00 Ladles' Coat Sale $ 5.50 $ 1.00 Child's Coat Sale 00 $ 4.00 Misses Coat Sale $ 2.25 $ 2.00 Misses Coat Sale $ 1.25 $ 1.90 Misses Coat Sale $ 1.25 $ 3.00 Misses Coat Sale $ 1.00 $ 7.00 Misses Coat Sale $ 4.50 $ 7.50 Misses Coat Sale $ 4.50 $ 5.53 Misses Coat Sale $ 3.00 $ 4.23 Misses Coat Sale $.2.75 SKIRTS AND UNDERSKIRTS. $11.50 Brown Mixed Skirt Sale $T.50 $ 9.50 Black Panama Skirt Sale $6.00 $ 8.50 Blue Serge Skirt Sale $5.00 $ 6.00 Blue Serge Skirt Sale $3.75 $ 5.50 Gray Mixed Skirt Sale $3.50 .50 Underskirts Sale 30 $ 1.25 Underskirts Sale 03 $ 1.50 Underskirts Sale $1.10 $ 2.73 Underskirts Sale $1.00 $ 5.00 Underskirts Sale $3.00 Ladies' Ready-Mad- e Waists Sale.. $2.00 $ 5.00 Ladles' Ready-Mad-e Waists Sale... $2.30 READY-MADE NOTIONS, HOSIERY, Xc. 25c Uarrcttes Sale 50c Barrcttes Sale 50c Back Combs 25c Back Combs 20c Back Combs 50c Ladles' Belt 10c Ladles' Belt $1.60 Ladles' Sash 50c Cuff Buttons 73c Cuff Buttons $1.00 Cuff Buttons $1.25 Cuff Buttons 25c Stick Pins 50c Lace Collars 60c Lace Collars 25c Lace Collars 50c Belt Pins ..'. 15c " ! T-vc ic !!!!.'!!! !..!!!! 10c '.'.'.'.'. .85c an,. BOc 15c !!!!!!! !.5c '....".'.'. '..V.l!oo . ... ' 03c k 15c 3ffc 48c . McBcIt ns . .' LADIES' TIES. $1.00 Ties Sale . . .50 Ties Sale 25c, 30c and 35c Ties .k. $2.75 .'. Sale 5T. $225 $2.00 $lTO $1.50 $110 RAINCOATS. Men's and Ladles' Raincoats, regular price $3.75 55.00 Sale SHIRTS AND SUSPENDERS. &c. Dress Shirts Sale i0c 50c Work Shirts Sale 51.00 Dress Shirts Sale 51.00 Wool Shirts Sale Boy's 25c Outing Dlouse Sale Boy's 25c Percale Blouse Sale Men's 50c Cotton Sweaters Sale Sale Men's 50c Suspenders Sale Men's 35c Suspenders Sale Men's 25c Suspenders Sale Hoy's 20c Suspenders Sale IXiy's 15c Suspenders ROY'S SUITS. 40c 40c 75c 75c 10c 10c 30c 37c 23c 10c 12c 0c $0.00 $5.25 $4.75 $4.00 $3.50 $2.75 $2.25 $1.75 $1.75 $1.50 $1.15 75 50 GINGHAMS, CALICOES, DOMESTICS. &c. 6c Calico '.5c 6c Gingham 5c 8c Gingham 6c 10c Gingham 7J4c 12 c Gingham Oc 10c Percale 7Hc 12 c Percale l 93.50 Suits 57.50 Suits J 7.00 Suits 56.00 Suits 55.00 Suits 54.00 Suits 53.25 Suits 52.50 Suits 52.50 Pants 52.'0 Pants 51.50 Pants 51.00 Pants .75 Pants .50 Pants Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale 10c Hope Bleach 10c Scrim 15c Scrim 10c Shirting 6c Drapery 10c Drapery 15c Drapery 30c Bleach Sheeting 35c Damask 40c Table Linen 16 Indian Head 10c Cotton Flannel . 12 c Cotton Flannel 40c Wool Flannel 35c Wool Flannel 25c Wool Flannel 2-- ,..llc 7c 8c 8c 5c 8c Oc ' 20c 25c . 23c lie .."....'. 12 He 8c 10c 30c 25c 20c . ROYS' KNEE PANTS. MILLINERY'. ANYTHING YOU MAY WANT FROM THIS DEPARTMENT IN THE WAY- OF HEADWEAR WILL BE SOLD TO YOU AT EXACTLY HALF) GOOD. ASSORTMENT TO SELECT PRICE. FROM. DON'T FORGET THIS DEPARTMENT WHILE YOU ABE AT THIS SALE. - WOOLEN DRESS GOODS, SUITINGS, SILKS AND WAISTINGS. 50c Serge In all colors 30c 30c Ratine :iOc 30c White Cashmere. 30c $1.00 Serge, Novelty and Plain 75c $1.30 Blue and Black Crepe de Chine $1.10 40c Mohair 30c 30c Poplar Cloth, all colors a)c 25c Cotton Conduroy, all colors 18c 25c Novelty Ratine 18c 30c Russian Cord 10c 25c Poplin, all colors 19c ' 10c Suiting, all colors 7c 16 Suiting, all colors 10c 25c Mercerized Crepe 10c 20c Kimono Goods 124 c 25c Kimono Goods 10c 35c Kimono Goods 23c 15c Pongee 10c $1.00 Black Satin 70c $1.00 Black Taffeta Silk 75c 50c Silk, In blue 30c $1,00 Tan Silk Walstlng 60c 35c Jeans 25c 2-- 25c Brooches 25c Scarfs Hair Switches up to $5.00 $3.00 Ladles' Hand Bags 60c Ladles' Hand Bags 50c Wool Scarfs 25c Wool Scarfs 25c Overgalters 50c Leggings 50c Corsets $1.00 Corsets 5c Feather-Stitche- d Braid $1.50 1 Cotton Blankets $.00 1 Wool Blankets 50c Half Hose 25c Half Hose 20c Half Hose 15c Half Hose 10c Half Hoso . . 50c Hose 25c Hose 15c Hose ,. 10c Hose .' 25c Misses Hose 20c Misses Hose 1 5c Mibites Tan Hose 15c Misses Black Hose 10c Misses Tan Hose " .- "..'""lOc go,. l0c 10c 19c $1.73 $2.00 iac 35,. 1 !!.!l9c' . "30C 8ac .80c !."!."!.!!!! .8c !!!!!!! $1.15 $4.50 39c !.!!.!!! ijjoc "73c ... nc 37c oc 7C He if)c i,ic 10c lie Oc EMBROIDERIES, 5c Embroidery TRIMMINGS, LACES. CARPETS AND RUGS. 25c Matting 30c Linen Matting 90c Wool Carpet 50c Floor Oil Cloth $1.20 Linoleum $4.00 Rugs $1.50 Rugs 50c Rugs $5.00 Lap Robes $2.50 Lap Robes 19c 20c 65c 30c 00c $2.00 $1.15 30c $3.50 $1.50 .- 40 30c 30c 30c 78c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 75c 75o 20c UNDERWEAR. Roy's 50c Heavy Fleece Union Suits Misses 50c Ribbed Union Suits Ladteb' 50c Ribbed Union Suits txKVkij' $1.00 Ribbed Union Suits &aulcs' 50c Vests Laities' 50c Pants Men's 50c Fleece Undershirts Men's 50c Fli'cce Drawers Men's 50c Ribbed Drawers Mflu's 50i Ribbed Shirts Men's $1.00 Wool Shirts Mill's M.00 Wool Drawers r, 30c Underwear .' LINENS, &c. 10c India Linen 15c India Linen 25c India Linen 25c Irish Linen 50c Irish Linen $1.00 Linen 25c Linen Toweling 10c Linen Crash 10c Crash Toweling 6c Cotton Toweling $8.00 $7.00 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $5.00 $1.25 $3.50 $5.00 ....... 7&c - , .7'ic 7c 4c 10c 10c 19c 39c 75c 10c SEWING M.VVlllXES. WE STILL HAVE A FEW WHITE SEWING MACHINES LEFT AND WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT S23.00. THIS MACHINE IS SOLD BY AGENTS T $70.00 AND WE AKSI'RE VOU THAT THE PICK K AIIOVE REPRESENTS A LOSS TO IS. IF YOU NEED A MACHINE Bl'Y ONE DURING P-tv- THIS SALE. TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS, &c. $6.00 Trunks Sale $5.00 Trunks Sale Trunks Sale $3.25 $2.75 Trunks Sale $2.50 Trunks Salo , Suit Case Salo $3.50 Suit Case Salo . . .: 08 Traveling Rag Sale $2.00 Traevllng Bag Salo 83.50 10c Embroidery . 50c Embroidery 35c Embroidery 25c All Over Lace.' 35c All Over Lace 50c All Over L'ace 75c All Over Lace $1.00 All Over Lace $1.40 All Over Lace 10c Lace 7 c Lace 6c Lace t 10c Band Trimming 12 c Band Trimming 15c Band Trimming 20c Band Trimming 25c Band Trimming 30o Band Trimming 36c Band Trimming 46c Band Trimming 50c Band Trimming 76c Band Trimming 4c 8c 33c 5c mc .' 5c 35c jjoc 75c 98c 5c 4c jc 6c ' , 8c 10c 15c lOc 23c 25c' 30c 35c 50c $17.00 $21.00 $21.00 $10.00 $ $ WATCHES AND CLOCKS. Elgin, case $10.75 Elgin, case $11.50 Elgin, 20-- y Hunting Cnro $11.50 Elgin, caso $ 0.00 Elgin, Nickel Cuhc C.00 $3.50 ,95c Alarm ('locks f ,35 ' 1.25 Alarm Clocks 05 ol el 20-ye- ar 20-yc- ar el 20-ye- ar I give uway without cost t,o you some valuable prizes. The first prize will b0r$5.00, the second $3.00, the third $2.00. The one having the imt tickets when sale closes will he given .1.00. Jilach dollar purchase Fccurcs a ticket and each dollar paid on account secures two tickets. In addition to this ly fpociul arrangements with The Moore Mverax Co., we will, later, give away a $20.00 Elgin Watch. JBesuro to get coupons for the watch during sale. A 10.00 coupon we will sell yon a special irn with the purchase of each bottle of Moore's Liverax at2550c. Ky Hy arrangements with a Safety Kazor Co., during this sale only,We have endeavored 1.00 safety cents. to so armail 30 cents. Any of the above features should interest you. for package of blades that sell for all raw and a to make our Cash Clearrange our prices that they may interest every customer. We rely solely on our prices, the inducements oifered, and the quality of each article, ance b'ale a nieces? where other like sales fail. Wo give you advantage of prices above, which we frankly say you get from no other merchant, Wq believe you will save i hod (iterance and trade with us. 15e sure to be with us during the sale and we advise you to' come early and come each day. The more money you spend with us the ikjy you save for yourself and family. We will expect you. s is our custom, we will SPECI 25-eent- immm J. TICHE2TOR, - McHenry, Ky.