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EXTRAVAGANCE OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 31 HAETFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914. cat effort to lmprovo conditions. "From our Investigation wo the teaching of scientific fanning and agriculture training should ho confined to the Stato Agriculturwhere the al Kxiierlmcnt Station, equipment is adequate nifc the efficiency all that could bo desire!." .be-lld- LUNATIC OUTWITS QWENSBQRO MAN Seeks Senate Probe Committee l?V ...J..ii Locked Up. Now York, Feb. 9. Thomas J. Sharkey, former heavyweight prize fighter, was commuted to thu Tombs without ball tonight for Bcntcnre on Hollinger Hospital at Eyansville Tobacco-Teacher- s Students Use Too Much February 1C, for maintaining a disIs Scene of Amusing orderly resort In East Fourteenth Do Not Work With Wm Street near Third Avenue. incident. Enough. went Andrew Osborne, who has manBaloon for twelve aged Sharkey's ears. Tlireo Justices In Itlie court of The Eiansvlllo Courier says: A Fraakfort, Ky., Fob. 10. Two soclal sessions Joday found the two to tlio Senate men guilty after a trial of a few traveling man 'from Owensboro, Ky., by the Scnato "Probe" Com- hours. A waiter in Shorkoy'B. place? almost had himself confined to the Hollinger sanitarium on Outer First mitted which has been Investigat- accused with them, was discharged. avenue last Saturday by Maurice ing ,tho affairs of various State inRochester of Henderson, Ky., whom stitutions. They affect the Kentucky Notice. the traveling man Induced to go to State Unlcrslty ut Lexington and All persons having claims against tho sanitarium to take treatment for the Oolorod State Normal and Inthe estate of J. H. Wilson, deceased, a nervous disorder. It was only by dustrial Institute at Frankfort. hereby notified to present them hard talking on the lart of the travIn Its report on the State Uni- are properly proven to me on or before eling man accompanied by a telversity the committee nays that while 15, 1914, or they will be bar- ephone call to tho St. George hotel the dlsclp'lno Is entirely Loo lax It March red. Also, all persons knowing them- that he was not kept at the sanitahas greatly Improved 'under tho adselves Indebted to said estate by rium Instead of Rochester. ministration of President Barker. note or othorwlse wilt please settle Rochester, Saturday morning, se- commlttco Therecommends that all same by the above date. cured a room at the St. George hotel the malo students bo required to MARY E. WILSON, Adwrx. and created a good deal of excitetake military training and wear their 2St4. Narrows, Ky., It. Rf 2. ment by his peculiar actions. He uniforms at all times. himself as an Investigator critIn its report tho committee of private sanitariums. Ho began his icises Borne of the cxpendlturtB as BIG CHURCH GAIN work of Investigating by calling up Indicating a general Bystcni of exseveral of the most prominent doctors, travagance. It f I lis that tho averFOR YEAR 1913 explaining to them his business age hours of Instruction given by the and demanding that they call upon lacu'fty Jb too low. V, condemns the him at he hotel. practice of members of the faculty Total Membership 37,280,370 Harold Van Orman became susdrawing several salaries and "work-in- s picious after he had called up three Deio-f- f oa tho outside." For All doctors. Instructing ithe clerk to anCASHIER IN JAIL Strict economy is urged. Tho report , swer all telephone i calls made- - by Rofollows. in full: chester, the' clerk', was kept busy rep"We have, examined into the afH illv. " resenting hlmscLtf as a doctor and by Memphis Institution Quits Busi1 carefully as .j fairs of the university as ijur Umltfl time wou!d permit. We The 1913 'feUifln of all the the time Rochester was through',' he ness With $750,000 tho th churches in tho United States, which had disguised his voice 18 different are carefully times to lead Rochester to think he hw " discipline of the university Is much Defalcation. r if.u ev. . .. jrrou. hotl talked with 18 different doctors. too lax. but we oro glad to soy that hav " " avcrn-?ng- . In the afternoon Rochester's brothIn our opinion It Is better Uuui v as ,n cnarS r er from Henderson'' arrived - Ro-- 1 and- - is constantly- - improv- - CamU "cnt census of churches in 1890. mfl Chester, guessing his mission, InvitMemphis, Tonn., Feb. 9. Beyond Tho bos are al'faaed to smoke ,9 elected Associate See-I- n ed him to his room where he quickly tho announcement of the directors cigarettes on tho campus, atli even ot Council of the elJpiKil from the room, locking the that more than of a the halls or all the buildings. Churches of Christ in America. Ho door and keeping hU brother a pris- million dolTars of the funds had been "Tho buildings and premiss are ,,as "S misappropriated and lost in specula'"m aenom oner. l.v no means clean. official reports. where .., u-.- . r .i. ,,i i thnt ih Inauonal a traveling man was told ot Ithe tion, no statement as yot Is avail able of the affairs of the Mercantile k. frf..nt i.iii.i nil t.o re- - 8Uch were aiallable, but where the - caso. ure ao 8Ul:u I'orU the best UenotnHe casually suggested to Rochester Batik of this city, which was closed quired to take, military training, and national sources haw provided the "that the Hollinger sanitarium ought today and Its president, C. Hunter that they sliould ,bo at all tin.es re- - . nformat on. In a few cases where to bo condemned" ar.fl that. he would. Ralne, imprisoned, charged with hav-ni- g quInU to wear uniform. fady Information was refused the latest show him the placo if he 'would acwrecked the Institution. "The university pays a young were usee., company him. Tho good Samaritan's J. L. Huttoti, State Superintendliving In Lexington for delivering , " nibershlp of totai all plan was to get, Rochester in the ent ot Banks, stated tonight that his thirty-fiv- e lecture per year of ohe ta United States, as sanitarium to undergo treatment for audit of the books had not been done hour length each a salary of 1.000.. Rochester an accurate estimate of the alleged rw,.tiv .. hokieoner oa hired and 6vn by Dr. Carroll, Is 37,280,3.0. his mental (disorder. jald at Uie ruto of S3 per hour for Tn5 ls an Increase in membership acquiesced to the proposal providing discrepancy was not possible. Ralne, 655,908. Tho Methodist that ho (Rochester) would be allowed In his cell at the county prison, COO hours, a total of 1.1,800. Thesa M113 Da gain of the to do all the talking. maintains silence. When- arralngcft toaWl other like Item are not very . 'ne various Metnodist denomi- A taxlcab Bpcd them to the san- day on a warrant charging embezexcept in- important in themselv? hav,D Increased their mem- - itarium. They were ushered into the zlement, he entered a formal plea of sofar as Uiey indicate a general sja- - neion3 We think tho b'reU1, i20'm- - Th Methodist Epis- - waiting room at the sanitarium where guilty and elected to go to jail, In leui of extraragancc. copal Church. alone showed Dr. Hollinger appeared. clining the proffer of friends that averaso hours of Instruction given Kn 12.24a. This church Is the "This man is crazy and I want they endeavor to arrange ball, fixed ..v and nrafeffiors Is much rgoat, Protestant denomination in him to take a few treatments here," at $230,000. He was arrested at his too low; that thb- - could and should country. haing 3.415.76S toem- - quickly said Rochester; to the doctor. home, 'one of the most palatial in much mow " be. required to Uevoto Tho man referred to expostulafctf Memphis, shortly before noon had time to instruction, and that the I .. . . i Rochester within an hour had been assigncV to u ih ua The Roman Catholic Church show- - with tho doctor that .w.nt.n T,a mnch monpv cd tho next Jargt-s- t gain for th6 who was crazy. a cell at the county jail. . "-22,500. The liaptlaj. bodies wore Rochester talked calmly and told A squad of police were- stationed hv aved without injury to the n to tQ0 Catholics in growth, the doctor ot the. Illusions his friend at the doors of the closed bank thru- .eOletoacy of tno Institution. Jncreabcs liaving been C4.608. labordd under while the friend, on out the day. Traffic for a time was Instructors In the T1,e PrcsbjUrian bodies (twelve In the contrary, talked In an excited blocked by tho crowds which con- .mKv nroier. wUh salaries og-- 1 'number) gained 4r..Gil. The Luther-Vveww- o manner with many gesticulations that grejrated about tho building, but no "srapoMng $129,912.88. devote on an caused tho doctor to think he really disorder was attempted. but three, hours and twelve ' ana were filth, with a gain of Raino, a man beyond mlddlo age, nor dav to Instruction. Wo 120. Tho Disciples ot Christ or was mentally unbalanced. Christian Church were slxUi, with After 20 minutes of excited italic maintained his composure today, but think It would not bo unreasonable -. an ,ncrlWJ ,n . tho frlond asked tho doctor to call ( tonight began to Bhow tho effects of to require theso liiBtruotore to ouTho net gain of tho wholo number up Harold Van Oranan at tho St. tho ordeal. Until a late, hour he blu Uielr hourB of instruction. This. tor tho year uas. on tho average, one only Jn mono-wa- s who would tell him just who tyj aj, uon wo think, would result In a saving I - u.m v.tlll-..-....uuu crazy. syllables to his attendants. sufficient to wlpo out the indobtedto size of membership With lAfter the telephone call, Rochester Efforts aro being made by several jiosa of the university In a very nhort the denominations, according to Dr. becamo a patient at tlio sanltarluin. j 0f tm) directors to niako up ti fund to time. i oTiipy tho following ordor: l was bo who, at 2 o'clock Sunday : repay the smaller depositors, thaw ! iii! ituiuitlco Drevara of. Can-olthe Roman Catholic Church morning, called pollco station, start- - having savings uccountj, at ieast allowing one lwraon to draw Boveral mrmbei-shlof 13.572.9Cl. See- ling tho offlcos by saying tliat he a p0rtjon of he amounts they w.W salaries, and a much wonso practice jvlth a persons ond, tin. hUmi Jlethodjst bellies of was a special invctetilgator and had in tionoslt in advance of tho final ls also In vogue of allowing country, with a membreshlp ot arrested Dr. Hollinger a-eoeral adjustment of the hanlt's affairs. emi.loi.U by tho university to bo'"" sal- - 7.125.W9. Third, tho fifteen Racist nurses for viouUoa of mate laws. onBOKLil and draw substantial , numU-rim- ; 5.924.C62. My hiectal arnuigumcnt wo aro enFourth. Ho told thorn to send a iwagon load aries outnldo of the uiilwarsMp, and the1 twenty-oiul.uUiern bodies, with of officers. Ur. Hollingor was awak-coic- d abled to offer the Womaiib World, ... i f niinwlne if.,.M, membcwlvlp of 2.3S8.721. Fifth. tho I.Jfe, Green's Fruit Grower My the arrival of tiiu patrol and Homo ...mu i, draw lame Kuurlcs from. aw,vo hytorlan bodies, mumber- - being unabVi to caro for tiia man had and Farm four splendid monthrl- their the university to prosx-uttogother with one .... him taken to police statlou. Ho wns ly magazines, ixwinun Thin, wo think. can-.,nyears bubbcrjplion to Tho Republic Tho niciuumlili figures of the oth- - inter taken to Henderson. not be tod strongly condemned. largo bodhn of Christiana iu tho an, lor 11.0. Tiiun noaus goou ioi"We bellee thu taw bhould be so er are as follows: The NarrOW Escape For Seth MOSley.joltucr reulValH, old eutecrlptloiw, or to United "SlaU-amended as to require Btudents Disciples of .(Jiirikt. 1.B19.S69; tho Soth. Mosoloy, an Auburn Postofflco;lio new subbcxlbera. You cannot uf- pay their own traveling expenses, . tr. DUT.Wt Uie Uvtter mnii riirrinr on It.. D. 2. narrow y oa- -' ford to mlK3 this barcnlu. 10.000 Episcopal Ixilk-BUU, hus saving bomothmg . .. ..-.also t'liat pubetaantlal Oay aluts. or Mornmm, 3CC.00O; thrj caped JJctvth last Frtaa.y atwrnoon in i;r V4,ir and Owensboro Optical House. ee'shoulil bo charged to tho law United Droth.w, 328,000; Evangvllc- - a railroad crossing accident on South . 187.045; tho Friends. 124.- - Davison street, at tho place known as al Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used . 21S; the Brethren, or Drunkards, 1J9.- - Paull'u Crouing on the Lehigh Valley "lasses made by R. C. Hardwlck's "Wo are of tho. opinion that a 0; six bodlea of AdxaiUsts. 98.- - Railroad. Mosoley's wasou was do- - Optician, Owcufabord, Ky., to my en- of discipline and a strioU-wrtcw economy will 322, adJ the two branches of the UI- - moli&hed by u train but tho man tlrq eatisraction, 111s nouse ana mamore rigid Astern of vutlon Anny. 27.474. chinery lor makiuc lenRss are the mil Ms hono 'cscaiicd unhurt. resuult In a. great Improvement n " Mosclcy was returning shortly aft most wmplctc in tho State, and )m saving much pITcl.u'" to university and In are impute- norse ror daw. cr 2 o'clock with an empty liiall pou.b emplou none but exocrtcuu-d- , worlc- nfcnoy to the State. We Worlv horbofor sale, on tituc. Call from his regular morning trip touth- - men. In charge' yl with th Weft Pat thob C. M. HARNETT. ward, belated on accpuut, of hc poor J at Hartford Mill Co., Hartford, Ky. ot the university are minJUng an ed . Raps State University. Tom Sharkey Sent to Tombs. to Have Friend condition of tho roads, and saw tho! drag work as before, ai(l boediefc, crossln" flagman, George DcPuy, In SACRAMENTO some of the farmers think It UK-fa- lr the road with his flog. Moseloy said to go on tho road with their ho inferred from tho flagman's acteams and work without pay 'when TOBACCO SOLD they ore being taxed to tho utmost tions that thero was no train near enough to do any harm so hq hurrloxl extent, but the greatest "kick" with his horso across tho tracks. There farmers and others here Is against was a train coming, though, arjd Hodge Company Buys Green tho employment of an iTinocessary faster than was reckoned for. JIomi-Ic- y number ot men, and at a big prico saw it just iu time. Ho leaped out to "loaf" atiU wasio time on the road River Holdings. of his wagon anil seized his horso by as was done In tills ond of the coun- tho bridle to urge tho animal across ty last year. the tracks. Just as tho engine struck Tho general lenmnd hero Is W tho wagon and smashed It to smith Tobacco Being ...--..'lot an the road work to the lowest ereens. Beyond the shock of the Inbidder and thereby give all a ehaw-Than Sample in Order cident anil the accompanying wrenchto get a "Job" and thirety make es and Jolts, tho horse and man were one move towards saving the county To Get It. uninjured arid continued their journoi expense ana reaucing tax. N. F. ey homeward. Tho Railroad Comrany is investigating tho accident. UUUTt niHCS. The Green Com'th. vs. H. E. Pierce (four The above is taken from the Caiy- - has I disposed of the tohaeo .in mk-- . uga County News. Auburn, N. Y.Lcan county that Is to .be) delivered casea) f 1Ied away, and to concerning an old Ohio county at Sacramenta to the Hodge Tobac-- I C0'- - vs- - Bruno Frey pie- - pf boy who some years ago carrkii mall Co company of Henderson. The prices guilty and fine of $60. out of Hartford on route No. 4. 'are tho same as sold to the other In-- 1 Tno S"10 ur- - adjourned yester'Aijf oven,n aftcr burning about 30 in- ! AM.rip.nc deponent 6 for ray the Fre.ght. i ana 2 for buyers. J10 to dlrty Jcaf dictments. the Secretary of the Treasury MacAdoo anj $3 for g trash. Where' 'T Wado Stratton vs. General AV shows In' his estimate for the fiscal the tobacco fails to grado to the J6 cldent. Life and Fire Insurance Ocv year orJdlng June 30 next the cus grade then It Is to bo1 cradtii to 14. . udSnt for plaintiff for $300, T O'Bannon & Co. vs. Ajn toms revenues will amount to about The deliveries at Sacramento be- -' rdlct $75,000,000 less of Jury 20O than under the gan on Monday morning, and accord- - & Paync-AIdrlc- h law for (the preceding Ing to John Bates, grader for the as- - for P!alntiff. W- - E- fiscal year. Secretary MacAdoo fig soclaUon. 17 loads wej received. admr. vs. ures, however, that the Government Both, factories were opened this aft- - Coal Co., verdict of Jury for plota-ernoowill rcehe from the Income tax and about 40 loads had at- - Utt tor WO00- almost enough to make up this loss. ready reached Sacramonito to be un- - T' Wftde Stratton .was sworn te a This will be pleasant news for the loaded. .The Hodge company Is bemg a PacUcing attorney at this bar. Americans who are paying the freight represented by J. R. Boyd. Did you know that Calomel i that the foreign manufacturers and The contract calls t 500,-00- 0 -Mercury, and that Its mercurlou sassy Importers may wax rich arji ppuojds 1 and t with a good season fecta will ruin the sy&bqBV.iwMl at their expense. Ki Manning (Pa.) nearly all this amount-cabe deliv- GrlKsby's Is purely vegFree Press. ered within the nexit few days, as etable, and can he used with .. j ...1 . .9v i... .1 .. . J. H. WUluwU, ' pounds have been rejcelved. There BANK CLQSEB AND lD2y jtCia VlflVA I oTTlA 4VhW nivag bt '".'' mv, iawvw hoAti pvuv un lrlla nif ajp,t" i T mento over the grading, but in post' ' i I Co.-ve- Por T5r n, -- for-rabou- ax A3 m u.r' , v. I MBA A.M. A1..K .H.1. ... lin ? Mmu M GNIMAOSBILL isfactorily adJustAl. w,.m., Amvi ' wu.. fv" " n ," I "y "! ?n three-quarte- rs It is statefd that unless (there is a season, one of the independent factories which purchased from (he Green Rlver-Equltasaodatlon, Will forctU to close dowp. as tt has about run out, of. something to wprk on. Only 18 4oada received at this factory last (week, and the tobacco has been coming unusually slow this week. It .was learned that at some ot foe houses the buyers ore forced to aKxw tobacco to he gried at a higher than tho Bample n order to . t tobacco, otherwise the owner will drive off in a Bast trot for the house, Owensboro In- loose leaf qulrer. jy PASSES THE HOUSE ttWfnP,?J!F Mv Will ..!.- ErnfrA 000,000 On Certaii Lonain - :'.'.. -- ffr T-' e "" Washington, Feb. 10. The Shack' elford bill urlder which the federat-thgovernment would lltstrlbute 000.000 for good roads among W-th- e Ious states, ooLditloned upon a dJ lar Xor dollar approplatlon by each Btaie was pass 1. Dy cne nouao today awaits the action of the senate. If the bUl becomes a law Kentucky will get; based on its proporCMi A. S. of E. Notice. of .the total population of theUatte On account of the inclement weathupon Its .. er the Ohio Co. Union d'U not hold States, 1313,750; 'based tal rural population of .the Uaifcia aacutlnn aa armr4iftaA Ita In n.nln1 25,-gra- do - .hr it-w- as Wty-80- eu 30,-m(- I I -.-- pac-Geor- go m j- - j ska rct-Jc- lx-8- o K - s J ... get In order to meet Sot. Feb. 14,, at 10 o'clock mMN Air 1 At to r i its share of a Y nci4 4m ttttr ' .' . sharp, and all poultry and "wool pool-- 1 lal amoMt; to The 8taM0' aPProP and ught to SteTecrelry. S. will up to ccrta,n address tho body at one o'clock and Pved everybody is Invited to atterU, U, to jjl, matters not whether you belong ' the A. S. of K. cr not. you are urged ,PopU,'ft Proportion M' Population, H.016,250. IfyS pcu',0- - to sell you are School Notes, eerfclall asked to be; present at the morning session. You will be Messrs. Byron Williams, Ceutcr-paye-d tor your time and trouble to town; Chester Davis, Beda; Omar attend this meeting of tho farmers. Wallace, No Creek; Misses Mary Don't forget the tdatef, all farmers Caldwell, Carbondale, 111.; Maui should be there. Keown, Fordavllle; aud Miunlq MilkT, S. L. STEVENS. Pros. Cromwell, Jiave entered echool HENRY M. P1RTLE, Sec. cently. A number ot atudenta ,wll cuter On The Road Quesion. next Monday. Robert Parker Mllcv uoUgLtJ a Contertown, Ky., Feb. 10 Editor Republican Judge Jno. B. Wlfcson nil largo AUdlcnco at i'.iy auditoiium Ubt a Kentucky ftato Road official spoke, Saturday night, his bubjoct being y on the subject of "Good .M'Tallow DJiis" which ho trctitcd In here Roads." The speakers urged the im- - u unique manner, portanco of good rotjls and said tlioj Tho Normal claw is Uoltig excup-rooought to be worked with u tionally good work this term. Much ch split-lo- g drag and tliat U10 fanners lntorcat bolng manlftcd by aili others ought to lo this drag member. Tho History cluss, according to our work, 011 tho road, fiee of charge. Judgo Wilson toil how much Ohio usual custom, will 'devote ouo jieriod week to thQ sturty and dU;us-tendcounty was in debt uiul that hu to pay tho count j out or slon. of Current Events, Mr. Harry Annla has four"clabS dobt In flvo !car and sooner If ho couJil, but he gave no uxplaiiatlon In Ponnmauahip during riohool houro as to how ho was going to jay tho and a night cla&a of business men. Tho following High' School pupil dobt. ono word dtfi tho speakers nay aro on tho honor Roll for thu fifth Not about the largo salaries paid tho road month; Geneva Brown, Goobcl Crowv. officials and for work done on Jha Lou Rene) Collins, Mazlo Clark, E1I- road, uh comiured with wliat the zubcth Davidson, Aiwa foster. IU11- farm'r gets for his work on their ton lach, Pfiarl sanoenur, uayje farms. After tho speaking I licatfJ Taylor, Kvelyn Thomas, vBi'rry Dud-W- y Walker, Eva Butler, aSrclyn Clark. a goixi ae-.- or comment on tnu roau question and It npptMru that while I lMword Dulu. loan Hddrlck. Hula Willi., t li..lln. n'n..l.ili vMdI. uve'rybody here Is now, and haw al Raymond Nail, Mary Laura Penwus beeu, In tavor ot gocU roads, bolt, there aro many who think that tho dleton, Nori.no ltornott. Mattie DUk. split-lo- g drag work proposed on tho Edna Elliot, Gofln Flenet EllzabUh road, Js no goodi and think the wa- Moore, Helena' 'MUler, Incite PIrth. ter aEU.frvwn will uoften and wash May Wh!tUnglll, Mjirgarot WlPlaw- Arthur Mlnton. the; "jrcid Just ,tb? banj6 pfter the 80a, Aaron last week, so the body wtU be calMa'.81583"0 ? ZL, J" tefjg ','"" TS; ? .". T 3 !ljj to-da- ds I In-p- er ed I V u Hf, r W Bowling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, - H) KENTUCKY. The students who went to positions in July and August will earn $60,000 in their first year after leaving school, and this is almost $50,000 more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six. A course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Stenotypy, Telegraphy, Railroad Acthey multiplied their earning-powc- r counting, English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. ti Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, of eoiluiue "mil lucre u.ls neeil 110 such decrease Is ifned every day by the daring feats of avl.itors.-darr- ett I'. ServUs in New York Journal. Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. votes as miieji thought to It ns to The Industrious Hen. the marketing of other products. The American hen, during the year Farmers all over the Tnitod StattM ID 13, produced enough wealth to disami particularly so lu tho tobacco charge the combined national debts regions, liavo devoted n groat dcnlof of tho United States, Japan and Sjxiln tint and energy in efforts lo bocuru in figures fiiiri.SMi.OOO. So larxe all in better marketing conditions forwliat come from an Item that is not ord- crops," tliat Is, those crops that they inal-)' fIMS WDLES IN OF THE MR In furious and Rapid Changes ihe Velocity of the Wind. THE ATMOSPHERE. ri Te Danger Spots, From the Avia-toViewpoint, Are Born of the A- lmost Instantaneous Variations In the frorc of the Aerial Currents. Muoe mini Inn provided himself with wii;;s lie lias learned mure UMtouishiuK tfhJugs about the nlr tbnn were dreamed f in bU old philosophy. He has fcaJ to learn tli inn In order to uiiike traveling safe on bis new aerial high-waThe wind was almost u complete wysJery until aeronauts began to make with its strange rfwnefacquaiiitance snoods and vagaries. The startling' of aviators have stimulated fce suieuwuietrlsts i. c. the wjnd twasarers to fresb. Investigations, vfcicSi have bud surprising results. Omslder. Tor instance, these things vbieli have been found out by the Ar.roeechuic Institute of the University eff feet above the ground when a to forty-vigvisfcl of from thirty-thre- e feet per second is blowing the wwwt remarkable differences In the of the wind are observed. If the asoesometers are only ten Indies' tipart tetM usually show nearly the bume vctud velocity, but If the distance Uincreused to about 'thirty two inches one will sometimes show a wind velocity of ten feet per second tmr rapid than that shown by the isHwir. Hut till difference lasts only an Instant. If the distance tiie auemometers Is increased to Smrtuty-thre- e feet, the or twenty-fou- r M3at length of an aeroplane, the In the velocity of the wind tiro by them are occasionally ennr-m- . but of very brief duration This !wnt clearly produce 'a racking effect an aeroplaue. which may lie ! for one end of it may for a or so experience a resistance 'finriliJe that felt at the other end. Bnt this N by no means nil. Not only rli'ti the wind vary In this cnpricioUsi faxdkm at places u few feet or a Tew apart, but It vtirlci with equal Sffonce and suddenness at the same ttuwtR Is proved by Using n single anemometer at a height of seventy-cor eighty feet above the ground sum! observing the successive changes fm it Indications of velocity. Thqs.lt fca lieen found that n wind whose velocity was ahout thirty-eigh- t fnftt fier secoud maintained that ve &wity for us much as ten successive txtvKids and theu In a second and a flffif dropped. to loss than fourteen feet trwfiecoud, which It maintained during two seconds, after which lu the course of fcalf a second It sprang up to n ve--. vfty of fifty feet per second! It main-4al4- l the Inst mentioned velocity for !y a silicic bifoml. tit another case the Velocity of the s viuJ rose lu of u second feet 3Vti twenty-si- x and f m ami feet per sec- ve-w- Paris: If two anemometers (wind mensur--enare placed side by side about n bt fr Tid jaJs w three-iiuartei- one-quart-er (i&y-i;evc- n one-hal- OMwWf.Ing tlu'w fact. It li it" won-3e- r that aviators inccl with strange Kscir.'entd by iiiiiuliig Into what they rail -- Itoles in the air." for the sustain-tat- : forco of the air. on account of the m)i!ii variations yt the wind, uciy mUtUMi luhtautly ln-- e half It- - value mid or Jwi with equal suddenness mku than reeover, Its former power ich things enable any one to under-Min- t (he iievuliai rerlW that the aviu-liv- r bus to face. Kicn mi'limi'v uiiirtnU fcjwnv f that the wlnil - i;irlrjiui. but tin tiavlRitor of the nlr li liecoines I.- a very deiiieii, or n le,lon aMfDemoii.s. whoso efceiitrii'giinihollngs :. as uneoiitrolluble tu they are uuex irmnotlmetf hearts the v.iaarles of the twj wuveAniid currenls mid for uMplidlders to devise wnni'Ii. that ouJd defy them, but It seems likely HSjtt rw tu a few decade nIiiiII have tj.iHtoAl the, caprices or ilm iiiiium i Unit XiKtm "nil have pioduced w'Jtl twfely ride the wildest wind CC'W the advance of science that h;u parwjuijR the great advantave which d jvci our predw cnmhs In rtwxc-nature's obsluclcj. lmt of knowledge wutild uul huro ajcrrcd tvu if t&ere Imu bccii uccrcaii; Ji'tctilii ft 4io!c thousands of .eni win to ioarti how to hire fur se.i Willi 1111 tilr-Oil- out-ocuaC-- stores snail Oeitver them over to ttiein. ns they ohIi the articles because they were found on their premises. There is no such law. The Under of money or other valuables on the Moor outside the counter One Way to Clean Windows. Only In a store Is the owner of the same There are so many "best" ways to Many Statutes That Exist rgalnst the whole world except the clean windows that one hesitates to In the Imagination. loser, but It has been held that If the oiler her method unless very sure It is owner left the money or goods upon the way. .Three or four ounces of jtuery Hour lu a heavy canvas sack EXAMPLES OF "NO SUCH LAW" the counter or on a table iu the store they were practically In the care of about six inches square will clean and the storekeeper and he had the right polish windows with greater ease than anything else I know. Simply rub the Popular Beliefs Which Have Sprung to tlielr custody, while lie could not make such a claim to goods which Irig over the window, it also removes Up, No One Knows How,. and Become were found on the floor. Boston Globe. .treaks from any glass. Women's Fixed Ideas, Yet Have No FoundaHome Companion. tion In Legislative Enactments. Young, Inexpert Fish. Tommy, new to the country, went Many people have the Idea that If Bells of Druges. In the creek with I.uke. the The famous peal of bells In the bel-Ir- one owes a bill and goes to his debtor fishing In the at Mruges Is played nu the principle and tells titm that he is willing to pay hired man. Tommy returned style, and then offers some trilling sum on late hours lu true fisherman's i.f a music box, with uu euormous ill urn welghlm: '.'.(Hi) pounds, lu the 'account, say $1 or even less per week empty handed, but with mi excuse. "It wain't our fault." he said. "We or mouth, the creditor is obliged to :u.ikm holes for brass pegs mil are ivlilcli touch the trackers and move the take It, utterly regardless of the fact had some bites and gut three tlsli right with the bell that If creditors were obliged to re-- , Up Into the ulr. but they were little wires ou." hammers. The airs are changed once eclve payment In that way It would cues and didn't know how to hold New York Post- year, but the drum must be put most of them out of business in u each very short period. wound up every two hours. There Is tio such law. Real hnpplness Is clienp enough, yet In the minds of very many people, low dearly we pay for Its counterfeit: Spend a few minutes to Hud out Hosea Rnllou. whether a thing Is worth dolus before especially In the country districts, there Is another firmly" fixed Idea that piu jpeuii huurs In doing Ic, Feel Miserable? if one person strikes auothcr first the Out of torts, depressed, pain in the person assaulted may then all but back Electric Bitters renews your pound the other to death. A Winter Cough. health and strength. A guaranteed There Is no such law. A stubborn, annoying, depressing A person assaulted has the right to L.lvcr and Kidney remedy. Money cough hangs on. racks the body, defend himself, but he may not use Hack If not satisfied. It completely weakens the lungs, and often leads any more force than necessary to do cured Robert Madscn, of West Burlto serious resuJts. The first doss of that To use more than necessary ington, Iowa, who suffered from virDr. King's now discovery gives re- force completely turns the tables, and ulent liver trouble for eight months. lief. Henry I). Sanders, of Cavendish, the assaulted becomesvthe aggressor After four doctors gave him up, ho Vt., was threatened with consump- and liable for his excess of zeal lue took Electric Bitters and Is now a d.im-agHe damages commensurate with the tion, after having pneumonia. It done. A person has the right to well man. Jot a liottlo King's New Discovery writes: "Dr. order an undesirable pers1ou.,froai his will do the banief or you. Kcsp In ought to be in overy family; It is premises and to use sutlideiit force to tho house fcr all Jiver and kidney certainly the best of all medicines eject him if he docs not go w hen mi complaints. Perfectly bafc and defor coughs, colds or lung trouble." ordered, but ho has no right to acceler- pendable. Its results will surprise Money ate his movements with one or more you. uOc. Good tr chlMren's coughi. and $1.00. hack If not satisfied. Price Coo and well placed kicks. H. E. Bucklen & Co. ' Philadelphia or Many people who owe bills labor un$1.00. At all Druslsts. m St. .Louis. . It is the H. E, Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or der a strong impiesslon that duty of their creditors to come to them ni St. Louis. Ill a reuiiif tanning lu which for their money. I once pased a few days j wac told There Is no such law. There is a proverb which says. "The of a wealthy farmer wuum. fiieuils. To The Ohio County Court and borrower Is servant to the lender." fearing he would be iiiiinlcred. sucThe Judge Thereof: The bunk will not come to you If yon ceeded after nu Infinity t tumble iu owe a nolo which It holds for collecpersuading him to lake his money to We the undersigned citizens and tion. Out of courtesy It will send you a bank. When he Interviewed the of Qhlo County, Ken- n notice that your note is due (it Is not manager he iiImI how much the bank 'petition compelled to do tucky, respectfully ask and that ), but you must would charge Tor taking eare of his your. Honorable Court to establish go to the bank to make p'tyinent. leplled that It cash The iiinua-.-e- r Iu the country frequently and In would charge ictlilnu. but would pay tho following change iu the Balze-tow- n the city sometimes one is told that. him souiethiii'' "I always knew you and Arnold public road, viz: he retorted, anil marchDeglnnlne near the llalzetown If a' person dies leaving children and were school house In the Balzotown and grandchildren, the children of u de ed off, money mid all - I.ondou Citithence East ceased child, the grandchildren, are not zen. Renirow public roail: entitled to the .share of the estate over the lands, of W. H. Baize about which their parent would have taken, Very Thoughtful. Em-br40 jards to the lands of M. J. as the fafher or mother .having died "The elocKs." Mild the bride, "are deuce In the same direction ov tin-r- Is no way whereby the Inherit-auc- dimply beautiful, ami It was lovely of can pass over from the deceased you to give tliem o ti Kiitynii won't er . the lands of M. J. Embry about 1,000 yards to the lands of Newton to the grandchildren lu other words, think me luiiilitivc'- may I uk why you gnve us a pair of them": Of course tbc Hue Is broken. Embry: thence In the same direction It was perft-ctiyThere Is no such law: over the lands of said Newton Em- "1 gave you two of theiit." interrupt Tho statutes expressly provide that hry about 400 yards to the Arnold tho children of deceased heirs take the trieud. "because I'm very fond of and Ilalzetown public road near the the share that would have gone to both ot ,iiu. and it you ever get dl dwelling house of Newton Embry. ou will each have .otueih'.iig voreed their parent. will Said change, if established, A person owns a fruit tree, and its lo remember me by," Chicago I'osu make a much better roa.d than where branches overhang the land of his Comparison. Avoid'n-samo Is at present located and will neighbor. Many think because of that "Whai is your objection to lile as a enab'c a largo number of people, In- tho neighbor Is entitled to the fruit M. character is beyoud cluding jour petitioners, to reach ou the overhanging branches. There Is no such law. lepronch " the post oft lec, church and mill much' I! tho tree sat upon the lino be"ThilV Just It." said Mr. Olsport tween the estates the neighbor would "Von don't .appose I want to go this IS, be entitled to Witness our signatures, f of the fruit, thioiigh the iet of my life having you day of Duct'iiiber, 11)11!. but being wholly on one side the owner held up to nie a a shining example:" Is entitled to all the lrnlt and may go Washington Star. m. j. Ejirmv. i upon his neighbor's, laud mid gather It NEWTON K.MUUY. without being guilty of trepats. If Leaving Earth. T. 17. JAMES. does not like this nr the iieh-hbo-r She-husband lias Just left DAIJOHEUTV, W. C. he dead? ri'ii'riiieiit lie may take his as or haw earth. lie- How's thut--l- s W. 11. UAIJttJ, nud cut the limbs off at the line be- She No: he's just gone up in an "eio 15 Koad tween the estates, but he must throw plaue. IVIe Mele. T U. Uunton, Could Etlrfiueer them on hlb neighbor's laud, ua the wood of tho liee belongs to him. The Never put dll of your roods lu the owner of the tree may not like to hao front ulnilin. they may fade. Tho King of All Laxatlvos. his tree t lea led ilius, but he cuuuot (lulcnly eiued by Ur. Hobson'8 constipation, use Dr. Kind's kelp himself. Olntiiiuut. C. P. Caldwell, of New I.Iie I'llU'. Paul MathulUa. of 'Two men own adjacent lots of land. itiiffalo, X. V., sajs the an- the Oi:o ulshes to have a fence between Now Orleans. I"--. htato3: ".My docdoes not Many people the 'kins of all laxatives. The are a them; that oiliermay build tho fence and tor itdvlKitl ino to try 'L)r. Iiobabn's one think Kciwiim Sjiho.' I used tlireo lioxc-- s of bliHliiK tit all niys family and l compel tho other to pay lor half of it ii Ointment and threo ouktlsj of Dr. Lcp a lo at home." (let a. There Is no Mich law. I Derma .eina Soap. To-da-y box and act ivuH again. Price 25c In such a case one owner may call I At Drugistt" or by lutill in the fence viewers and have thorn htvvo not a Hnot anywheno on my II. i:. Il'jckkm i Co. Philadelphia or' the Hue and dcgimtu which body ami can say I am cured." It St. l,otiiH. iu part of the fence each shall build. wril do tho samo for you. Its Booth-- I Neither party, lion over, can compel the nt', healing, antlteitic action will style of rid you of all ul.ln humors, black Quit Culoiiiol; It lu dangoroud. Try I other to build fence. The mover lu the matter inify I.U (IrigsbyV that vege. j waul u fancy ieuci but the other may heads, pJmjiK-s- , Rczraa blotcliea, tvd sl;ln unsightly cores, and leaves ta'di' lhqr F)rui guaranteed to pro j build his half of any matciial atl iliiw OMtii bolter rvsulls. than calo-inu- factory to himself, and ho long as It K clean and healthy. Uet u bote (h 'absolutely hanulcsH nud a ieal feik-1 ho cannot bu compelled Ouaranteod. All Druggists, 60c., or by jdeafcant to take, Any child cm tako to build any other. mull. it with safoty, AsU J, II. Wllllanis.i Many shopkeepers demand Unit find- - 11.' K. llucklen A: Co. I,hlJ.de;h!a or m UU iuls. UtCtJConJ, Ky. lD2y 5s of lo.t .money or valuables In Uiijlr I LEOAL PM!(K y 1 figured as of material consequence in farm economy Is staggering and should be enlightened to uvcry man who Is In a position to grow chickens. The average farmer In Kentucky or elsewhere South Is to keep "a fow chickens around tho house to cat tho scraps," Jmt, unless he hapimicd to Iks a chicken fancier, ho does not give tho matter tho careful attention tliat is dovct-e- d to other forms of production. He could not apply his thought and attention more profitably than on chick ens. And one of the first things ho should consider Is how jto jiut "the money from the eggs into his own pockuts Instead of dealers through hose hands they pass between the Jreducer and the consumer. Of (the d ultimate prlco of all the egs dls-pospro-ducc- In the .United Statas lastyuar, y; only a HttJe tho producer roccl-eover fifty per cent, nearly half going Into the pockets of dealers. That is several times oVer too largo a prof-I- t. It is one of the things tliat lias Increased the price of living to city dwo'icrs without having greatly benefited the producers. The farmer ought to be able to market his pgs to hotter advantage can do It If he do- - receive pa)iiient In lump sums. I'gs, however, aro uulto as Important a "money crop," as any other. Tliey are constant hotirce of Income. Every neck lu the the housewife who has a nice flock of liens rec 1vcs, cen under adverse conditions almost enough for them to" buy t the family groceries. The aerag far. tiier would find himself tu a llttlo while. In much better financial condl-- , tlou If he, devotes part of his energies helping his wifo obtain tho , right sort of marketluK condition for the eggs. It is largely his own fault f If, with an ever ready "money crop" In his control, he goes on splitting it "fifty, fifty" with the middleman It Is not necessary for him to do thin with tho pared lost at his door and a te'ephone putting hltn in direct communication with hundreds of customers. ' Grlgsby's that delicious lhcr syrup, has displaced calomel In nearly every homo. Good for grown-up- s and children alike. Ask J. H. Williams, Hartford, Ky. lD3y iir Children" Cry "" FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR A I I i" a bios No Money iu Ad vim ce lion Guar LoweHtNet Fo o t ory Siititifnc ct t';i'ffil , "T-"- J-Jr ..'Ai'J' '$ '."iWiwwW natooil PricoH in S1MsI mi 'I'M r in free-holde- rs Eon! oat Tormii A Saving oi From Fie 'ntTt3yi1a-Ts-P- r MB SI 4)00 io S.2.0 P. A. STARCK PntJIDlNT niM-uls!- (ory Direct v: e Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for' 30 days' frco trial. In your home. No jeaah payment required.. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 day. If, at the cn.l of tliat time, you do not nnd It the lilelicst grade, sweetest toiled and llneat piano In every way, that you hav ever Been for the money, you aro at perfect liberty to send It back, and wo 'will, in that event, pay the freight both way8. This titorck Piano must mako Rood with you, or there is no sale. We Mp Ulrtct to you from our factory, at price! that save you upwards ot tl&O.OO in the cost of your piano, we guarantee to furnish you a better plino for the moni-j- than jou can Mtiiro rUeuhcrc. You areatsurcil of n utiifuctory twect tonti durable hli;li grad-pian- o. .. 25-Year 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Mara IWZl " J Sivt $150.00 or Easy Faymmts Tou pay ni rali i1nwn but after 30 dayi of trial, you ran Ixvin tujiiient on the low. cat, ealtt terms cut Miggntal by a piano TIicmi ttnut are arranicril to nunulaciurtT. ruit your rrnveiild'ec, ami it li oulMe for you to buy a p'iiiu fur your home, without mlrl g t'i money. Guarantee Piano Is 23 oiarcic os 1 Tvcry Starck Ktiarantcril lor Tlili Buarantiv' ol it our SS jcir experience, tation of mi 2inl-llan- tl liai bad: of piano anil tin' repu- yrar. We l.ac ron:.! in1' n h.itl a !ari" tmmlHr of l. ;hOy ui-an I Mcou.l lun I pi him nf ;ll lai gains Player-Pian- rcpor.iiMo piano I.uufc. one-hal- 50 Frco Music Lessons Starch: l'Jiuio.', we kiw fito imIc leMutti, in mi of tho br't l.iiown Fclioctii la Inns" for mw Hunrk 1'i.inw Tin- - f ill n ami l'la; i . li'B t,ru a fuv taivji!.' b.tR tjiilaul ma'.cl tjl.iu t'v Weber cf Slcinway Starck F ..? 5110.00 U2.00 Hunk I'ljjer i'ianoi are the b t unit ni'it hiatal lut I'ljjer 1'iiii.n nu (he iiurliel. A in nill be I with the many ex clnmi fiaiuni of tlieae mil if ' u menu, ami , .1 v.l Ui will I tho low prion at which ii. t'n) (in 1 1 . Hfirtrf. To rury pi.rchiirr Chickcring Kimbnll 00 00 05.00 105.00 Piano Ruol; Frbe Htnil I'hI.v for eur new luaiilili Ilj ulu.trj lid piano IhioV tt'tch cte jou a lirtfo uii.iiiiiit ot Iiitorma. tluir'if.irihn-nil.'inoi. My - lllCJRO. ThkO )0! tattc iu jour onn hwv, by null. Tlii miri-- K nti cue year's free Instruction. ( ij Riii.l for eHr taloit rernplitn con'i lutnl barsaiu list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. will pint. ! ton, lil. Write today. inlinst 'ililt on. I Slorcl: llldii., CHICAGO f", 44 Did You Know That Wc Are Giving Away Another l'r ia I BARREL OF WHISKEY OR One chance with every hmise-purcliases- $65 IN CASH FREE ! B Hoh-Hm'- quart bought for cash, either mnil or The one we tfiwe nway at Cliristmas went to Ohio county in tho shape of 0 in cash why not this one. Remember every quart bought elsewhere lessens your chance of making $(55.00 easy. orrfet-. I -- Ver-Lax, l. P.R. LANCASTER 4 CO. . e if you send for anything insist they comu to us. (Jet our price list for your mail orders. Express prepuid. :X "SSS $ . '' f I2DW.W SMITH. Pre. II. T) PAVMI, Sec nmt Trc.n J, 8 t.riACII.MatiflKer. A RACE FOB 11 F000 and Over , 9 U Was Slow and Painful When Your Blood is Right, Arctic Ice Fields. PLIGHT OF TWO EXPLORERS. our W tele System is Right if You Have any Blood or Skin Disease Do Not Delay Until It Is too Late but Order rasvsaBagscKrasa PTRpatra 2 B&XdLc, ijn v .trf ' Buffi spnte .viaw'.'iiMii.rsair MMwKaisW1" sm.&PisV . Their Fight Against Death by Starvation and the Visions TrTat Wore Conjured Up by tho Torturo of the Maddening Pangs of Hunger. Tlic (enllilo iilmiitnm tluit hniiiita I'Wij llilt'IT In tin' desert N tliu th.it lio will not find wilier, '(.'lie in (tie explorer imely nUMers limn thlnt. lint utiotber (liuiur, equally terrible tint ini'iinfln, Is iilw.i.vs on hU ti'iill Kt.imilluii. In the; Aictlc" Cimtnln Ill "I.o-- t till! L'XploRT Wilt). tiftur liuiliij; been kIvimi up fur (lend for oei Ihii yours, wins tip In s:llllli oast liieeiiliind by vubsul. ehes n KKipbli! iiccoiint of bis race iixniiist lumber. Their sk'tljjo dos? tlwul. their oiitllls iib.uidoni'd. every morsel of food long nlnce devouretl. the only hope of .MlkUuKeii mid Ills coinpiiiilnii :is to U'.ich IT Kilometer Nnesset. ubero, on the full till), they hud left a few tins of food. "Ihery two liutirs wo innko a short halt, hut the rest Is 'spoiled by the thought of the imeoinfoi table qnnitcr of ait hour that aw.'ills us 'u lien we start mid try to set our stiffened nnis-cle- s Into uurl.liiK older iikmIii. Our .MIUIiUIm-II. pit-Ne11 1 TOBDAY! "FrreS ASMS R El 'Ei as sfuttta I ttutmai&Kmzxaa rac adrift P"C W. O 1 H A rp 5B"PknjrajaM "? asHVufi .r4 ta M. II !$" ?? sssr, S 'V am Complete and Positive Remedy for ! ttf 'ttihi, - fas? i . - ' r- -' And AIIOther Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. iiot Springs Physicians Piuiounce this the Greatest Blood and Skin Remed Ever Placed on the Market. Piill Course llSslWftr fr.i.ii.'ltri srrts, Jfci lr.lUKf.tk.U4fM " mHBMiUi''''!.'j,,, -? X k H a- - . ..-- IllWM. J THE E. W. SMITH CO. Incorporated. Owensboro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rups, Window Shades, Matting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerator? shown in large varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. We Pay The Freight. MentlonThe Republican A feet especially are very painful: tho ankles are swollen mid honlbly lender. "The p.uiKs of hunger Increase oery I'or my own part. I can iiiliinic tlilni; of notliliiK tint food. At llrst my thoiiKbts dwell upon all sorts of dishes, but gradually they touccutrate thetu selves upon sandwiches Danish sand w Iches. In particular my fancy turns upon the food that I have een Riven away to besars. and 1 ;row furlnr.s at the thought or the contempt witli wlilcli these gentry often regard such gifts. "Gradually the thought takes possession ot me that 1 am walking In the streets or Copenhasen. eagerly on the Suddenly I lookout for sandwiches. spy what I nm seeking, a Httlo white object lying to the rlsnt of me. I turn to pick It up. but ns I stop my foot strikes against a stone. The shock brings me back to stern reality. take In my belt and stagger on agnln. "Uersen Is In no better case. I notice that he frequently stops and peers through the fleldglass at something on ahead: then he lets the glass fall again, with a sunke of the head. Once or twice I ask what he Is looking ut. but the answer Is always the same he thought he had discovered n case of provisions, but It turned out to be u 1 Treatment, Six Bottles, $18.00, Singles Bottles, ?50O WE PREPARE A REMEDY FOR EVERY DISEASE. Our Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest Offered Suffering Women. ' of Its Kind Ever Write Us Your Troubles. All Correspondence Strictly Private. HOT SPRINGS MEDICINE CO. 803 1-2 Central Ave. HOT SPRINGS, ARK. z Visual a Well as Vocal. "His language was terrible; I nerer aw worse," said a policeman at Bridgend, England. " : I DAILY COURIER-JOURNAL : I AT HALF PRICE DURING JA2TTJARV T t i 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 the months named above. Better al : : "According to our reckoning, we ought to reach 17 Kilometer Nnesset by about 0 In the evening. We keep n sharp lookout for the point and sight something about 4 o'clock that' looks like It Once more, however, we are doomed to disappointment. It Is not the point. "We puss many old camping places. relics of the Denmark expedition; but. although we search long and carefully among the old tins for any remains of food, we find nothing. In the gather Ing darkness every point we approach seems to us the one we seek. Encouraged by the thought of food, we redouble our efforts. But when we get close enough to see that It Is not the point our Bickering flame of energy dies down, and we stagger sullenly nlong with bowed heads. "We have no longer any Idea of our whereabouts, mid It Is Indescribably uncanny to see time afteij time the same headland with the two small li II locks at Its foot, the ghost of 17 Kilo meter Knesset. About 10 o'clock, half mad with hunger und exhaustion, we give It up and, creeping ns closo together as possible, try to sleep. Hut the pain In Iversen's leg Is so great that he cannot sleep, and be is half out of his mind. lie wakes me at mid ulght and begs me to go on. "It Is bitterly cold, and the wind has shifted so that It Is blowing In our faces. Staggering unsteadily and feel Ing our way with our sticks, off we go Into the datkness. "Finally, after another long march, we sight a point that resembles 17 Kilometer Kaesset. and this time It I" no trick of the Imagination. The race is won. for at the point we And fuel nd tins of soup and peas." Ancient Memphis. rock. State of Ohio. City of Toledo, ) I.ucas County. )ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner ot the firm of P. J. 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Medical tt of the vices to pauper 10.00 News, of Loans and Discounts .. ..$1SI, ISO.fcO NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS j unUnion, .V Y., asks of tho American Overdrafts, secured at Hartford Republican, Printing ilc.lrliiit ll" "Ht to n d secured ballots election 1U13 Economist the foil wing question: 130.03 3.SIS.12 Rdrr.. in net plvc the M nddrr In innllnirllip ' Harris, J. D., Juror, CI. M. Were the wages due to the Pro- Stocks, Bonds and other Sertqntrt. LOO1 11,410.00 curities MniJdox road l.mnW nml Votlr. iwrtlne ntid 'c tective Tariff or In spite of it? nc.tr.'t ptr llnv lor rnrli (Ktillt Itinitl inrthn. 37,850.98 Perhaps tlie gentleman can XiiJJ an Due from Banks International Co., Harvester lMtnnrlr. Iltvolatlnn nml tnrj of TbtnV. J answer In the following known facts: Cash on hai.U 11,373.71 Repairs Gasoline Engine 105.74 per line nnn,r tuBihiiiin". and other Cash Island Deposit Bank, F. C. Or- American farm wages are very Checks Cimrrh Notice lor .ervlwn frr. but othr Items 3,130.23 much the highest in the world; at dor $2500. & Int. SjJU.Sfi 2520.20. ckir.'b ailTrrtl.rinrntn.rM' jxrlttn--. lll nttirr to least, they knvo been highest in tho ADonjmciUK communication. Banking House, Furniture Jackson, J. C, Services Fi- Mtentlou. past f If tj four years of nearly un100.00 1,000.00 nance commission and Fixtures 00 Jackson, J. C, lVr diem 0.00 broken Protection. They are more Other Real Estate T3 Ky. Culvert Mfg. Co., mil- than double the farm wages of Free-Trad- e Other Assets not included . 49.1)5 under any of above heads 2110.79 vcrts for county Great Brltlan, triple the farm .. Tarraeii" I King, S. L., wnscs of Germany, four times the Merchandise 0.00 Total .?i55,4JC.S2 farm wages of Italy and twenty-fiv- e court house FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13.. Mcllcnry Mfg. Co., Road htd, LIABILITIES. times tho farm wages of tho Orient. G. M. Maddox road 17.50 Americans, under a Protective Tar- Capital Stock paid In, In Sma'ipox might do geed by pre- iff ,liave come to be by far the 10,000.00 Martin, Geo. W., Juror, G. M. cash venting much baij legislation. 1.00 largest " capita consumers of farm Surplus Fund 17.300.00 .Maddox road products In any country. The Amer- tyidlvAlcd Profits, less exMartin, R. B. K, S. O. C. Evidently Democracy has changed penses and taxes paid . . 00 4.50 Fees, etc ican per capita annual consumption views about the ncril of battleships. Moseley, C. W., int. on F. 0. of American farm products is, in Deposits subject to dyct us not, as usual, build all the round numbers, J1U0, against $45 in $ SS.3 15.40 35.00 check order No 257 gotU roads around the fireside this Germany and about $30 in Italy. Am- Demand CertifiMyrtle Walker, Mcdlclno lor 00 1.00 pauper cates of Deposit winter. erican farm workers have without Miles, J. II., Services Flnatue doubt shaifJ in the general higher Time Deposits.... 10G,CC7.5O To date no member of the legis-'laru00 price paid to all labor in the United Certified Chocks.. Committee :... UW.oii has proposed sin investigation 0.00 Miles, J. II., Ped diem checks States. If it be true, as beyond ques- Cashier's of the smallpox. , 00 195,013.05 McDowell Riley, Rord bed & outstanding tion It is, that the higher price of dam, G. M. Maddo road 50.00 As an example of the man being nil labor in the Tutted Status is in Duo Banks and Trust Com panies 2.5S3.77 Nlcho' sought by the office Col. Goethals great) measure due to thq equilibriThos.. Road Ml &. 140.00 smallpox jtatlcnts above S.90 um between Industry and agriculture Notes and Bills Red Iscount-c- d dam, G. M. .Maddox roaU 150.00 .stands out unique. Keown, J. N., Loan to CounTonicrlln, Jns Use and bene00 Oglesby, S. 11.. Viewer, G. M. which has been established by our Bo tar the small boy has had to great 1,000.00 ty fit Nannie Fulkcrson .... L2..VJ LOO 600.00 Maddox raid industrial Mztelopuicnt, then it Unpaid Dividends look at his mother's almanac to see Keown, J. N., Int. on same 280.00 Tnlor, Katherlne, Interest on 00 Patton J. L. Services Finance Reserve for taxes must be true that the Protective if it is the skating season. 21.00 35.00 F. C. Older No. 1717 .... 00 100.00 Leach, S. W., Per illcn policy has operated to establish nnd Bills Payable Committee Wilson, Jno. II., Salary us in0.00 Martin, Estil, Conveying jkui- "Why not try tho rockpile treatPatton, J. L., Per Idicm maintain the relatively high scale of Other Liabilities not per to nlniKhuuse 5.00 S50.OO J. O. C. C 0.00 wages for farm labor. cluded under any of above Pollard, Grant, Per diem .. ment on our liquor law breakers Morton, John P. & Co., bindWhite, A. I)., Muse, for coun00 Russell, J. J., VlQwer G M. heads wo don't mean the rock anil rye ing Assessor's Book etc.. 12.34 ty 1.15 He Has Enough of Free-Trad- e. 2.00 Maddox road pile. .Martin, Otto C, Comr. to set Copy Attest: $255.496.S2 Stewart, J. II., Juror, G M. Total The meat famine may come and Tho following communication comes State of Kentucky.) 00 tla with Sheriff W. C. IILANKENSIHP. Cterc. LOO MaeUox road case "the meat famine may go, but the frmo a Gibson County subscriber of Moore, Jno. T, Salary' as )Sct. Sanders, Thos., Use of Fanthe State Journal: Habitual Constipation and all liver legislative jxrk barrel goes on 200.00 Treasurer 15.00 County of Ohio. ) nie Johnson "Free-Trad- e Js playing haoc with troubles can be cured by lulug. We, J. W. Ford anl Rowan Smith, C. E., Sieclal Comr. 20.75 Mldklff, W. P.. Services as the American farmer as well as Che Ask J. II. 125.95 Grlgsby's Jailer ' President and Vice President Smith, C. E. Special Finance Will it be said that Tom Taggart.of American stock dealer and the growKy. lD.2y 21.00 Williams, Hartford. L. A.. Per diem.. 25.00 McDanlel, of tho above named Bank, klo solemncommissioner .. Indfana, and Roger Sullivan, of Illi- er of beef cattle in this country as Ohio Co. Drug Co., Drugs etc. nois, are running for the Senate as the following Incident so forcibly ly swear that the above statement Scott, O. E., Special Finance 39.55 Almshouse & Jail 75.00 orb-ton-al is true to the best of our knowledge commissioner Wilson men?" illustrates: Nelllo W. Rcortlng 0.00 Petty. Scott 0. E., Per diem and belief. Our Representative C.00 at Frankfort Arthur Mauk, of Princeton, Ind.. WInchell case Smith, Dr. J. L., Services pau J. W. FORD, President. Grove Stock does not make many speeches, but proprietor of Cherry 21.00 pers, small pox patients 30.00 Rice. B, F Per diem ROWAN HOLBROOK, V. Pros. Farm, lately shlpptU n carload of in all the reported votes he setems 0.00 Riley, Dr. A. B., Inquest J. E. Subscribed and sworn to before me Sanders, Thos., Per diem .. beef cattle to Chicago and as a re to jret on the right side. 1C.00 Johnson Tlnsley, W. S., SerUces as the free Importation of beef this 12th Uay of February, 1'J14. sult of Riley. Dr. A. B., Salary Coun152, My Commission Expires at the Ond Clerk Now, will Gocrnor McCreary step cattle Into our market ho found carty Physician 125.00 Tlnsley, W. S.. Additional tax forward and relieve his party of the) load after carload of Canadian beef of the session of the Senate. Render. E. F., Per dtem 5C.C0 assessments MARGARET MARKS. responsibility, for passing the inde- cattle, that were shlppcJln tojcoin-pet- e 19.50 Tlnsley, W. S., Fees strourt Notary Public. terminate sentence law, because at with American beef cattle on 14.30 Render. S. II., Per diem Suroad case Correct Attest: that time Kentucky had a Repub- tho Chicago market, so lowering pervisors 19.50 Tlnsley, W. S., Fees G. M. ROWAN HOLBROOK. lican Governor? the price of beef cattle that Mr. LiO.OO 25.25 Rhoads, C. J., Rent on armory Maddox roaiJ case R. E. LEE S1MMERMAN, Mauk says he lost J COO on his carPresident has twice told the 0.00 Riley. R. R., Agt. insuranco Tlnsley, W. S. Per diem .... J. W. FORD, load. on court house that he could not takfe a Mr. 150.00 Tlnsley, W. S., Fees W. M JOHN C. THOMAS, Mauk is a Democrat 'because position upon the question of bal10.00 26.001 Storms. Mrs. Alice. Destitute Addington road Directors. he thought Democratic policies are Shaver. Sam. Int. on F. C. Or- lots for women because It wasn't in Tichcnor, Chester, Viewer people of the whole Jder No. 1774 ills party 'platform. 'How does he re- better for the 55.00 LOO Yur Liver Lacks Grlgsby's Stroud roaU country. He has always favored a re- fight against concile this with his Smith, WJnson, Use & bone- Try a bottle today. Satisfac Taylor, C. G.. Viewer G. M. tree tolls for American shipping thru Uuctlon of tho Tariff, and therefore, tion guaranteed. Ask J. H. Williams, You cannot fit Mary Oiler 100.00 xject to lmc gool 2.00 Maddox road conscientiously voted for Wilson, hut the Panama Canal, when the plat- says if lD2y Smith, C. E., Salary as Coun- Hartford, Ky. and healthy Poultry unless you fct-Vlncinnes Bridge Co., three e Is going to touch form upon which he was elected dety Attorney 850.00 them on the right kjnkl of Kewi to i 1 ,437.41 bridges his pocketbook In that way, he has A Texas Wonder. clares for it? produce health and fat that make 7.30 Shults, Ozna, Salary as S. S. Williams, J. II.. Paint .... had about all he wants of it. Muncle 0. C 1,000.00 tcndcniHBS. I keep Wiat -kind of We trust the good roads meetings (Ind.) State Journal. The Texas Wonder cures kidney ai d Williams, S. T. Juror, G. M. feed for the farmyard, and my W. F. Per diem LOO Sandefur,Maddox road now being held over the County, unbladder troubles, dissolves grael, Supervisors sacr that they never botieht 19.50 der the supervision of County Judge Farmers Will Be Heavy Losers. cures ditbetes, weak tnd lame backs, Williams. E. R.. Viewer, G. better. Gives satisfaotion Su !.00 Shown, Hosca, Per diem M. Maddox rood wherever Wilson and Road Engineer Benton, e A Tariff means that ev- - rheumatism, and all irregularities of pervisors 19.50 tried. G:t your barnjunl Feed here will prove successful. It seems to us, cri' country, inducible: Canada, can the; kidneys and bladder In both men Wilson, J. H Int. on F. C. Dr. J. D., Services and you will alwars have satisfactory 0.00 Stewart, however, tha.t what we most need is ,,, as ,llany .irJa M ,nuch of her and women. Regulates bladder (trou- Order No. 183 12.00 and healthy Poultry. pallor , Copy Attest: financial help. Roads in this county ' 1)r0ducts into bles In children .If not sold by your the United States as Smlh, Wlnson, Per diem .. 21.00 W. S. TINSLEY, Clerk. must be macadamized to render thorn tney ke wltllout any druggist, will send by mall on rerestricUons Shown, 1J Per diem 21.00 passable at all seasons. We havo lit- - or any redeeming features In the way ceipt of $1.00. One small bottlo is Tlohenor. R. C, Per diem .. 21.00 fie faith in any other plan. Let us of a swal, Canati,ans two mouths' treatment, and seldom Tho following is n complete list Taylor, B. W.. Per diem .. th0UKiit tho The Produce Merchant 21.00 get after Congress in the matter orJUnltcd States uaa an .MvanUis.0 ... falls to ierfcct a cure. Send for tes- - of claims regular Janallowed ut appropriations lor road purjioses to tno recijirocity treaty nnd turned it tl""nhils from this and other states. uary Term 1914, by the Ohio County Taylor Coal Co., Medicine for HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY the the various states. Then the State U0WIli But wo do not ,lear Can,j,a( Dr. E. W. Hall. 2920 Olive Street. St. Ficul Court. ateo should pass sensible laws to nld o...i. .... .. mvj Hnin.i-.- t wuuiu viiihi iiii in- fiiiv iiiiifr inn ni i Louis Mn Sniii hv i Browning, Jas., Merchandise and not hliUcr etfoits of Uie county C0Untry fjnulllg any fault wlth our for smalliKix patients.... $2.08 authorities. Tho State bliould bo In ncw Tarjff aw u Ia a great M List of Claims Allowed. Bean Bros.. Lumber etc 11. IS position to meet the National ap-fUl0 foroIgn rarIller mid lnanufac. The following is a complete list of B'aik, T. IL. Com. school propriatlon and then each county w IIP turer a8 wcll In claims allowed ut the Special Decema3 tho jmporte 25.20 be compelled to arrange n fund thia country .but there is no evi-t- o ber Term, 1913, of the Ohio County Bratcher, S. A., Int on nolo 70.00 meet the allowances from both denco t0 show Ulat auybody else w, 3.00 Birkhead, E. L. Freight.... sources. AVJiy should the National ,.viv o,. ,. i Fiscal Court. Jb IS Bank of Hartford, Claim of Murphy Blankcinshlp, ! WiH.ifc. i,.iW. C. Per government spend untold millions ery evident that our farmers are Bros, 21.0 diem in Improving our rivers ail then re- going to be heavy losers. Tho bill Benton, T.for abuttments...... $1300.71 H. Road Engineer. Blankenshlp, W. Per C, fuse to aid in removing Hie condi- kills the sugar and wool liUusti(y of Traveling expenses 120.00 diem Board of tions which render It almost impos- this country and brings in competiBirkhead, E. E., 750 bu. coal 19.50 sible for tho people to reap the, bene- tion with our farm products, cattle, goes in for court house ; 39.98 Benton, T. IL, Salary Road fit that should come as a result of nogs ana grain, it admits free of "B'ack, T. H Com. on back engineer 1000.00 low freight rates both going and com uuiy un piate and foreign manurac- taxes collected Barne. ' C M Agt, lnsur- ins? Tho sum of $9,000,000 has just', Com' bCU0l 00ds wach tftrotts mechanics Black, T.h ' overcomes ancej on court house.... 150.00 I obsta"; bom made amiable for the.Ohlo , rf oUlpr ,,Iinpllie, mm nt m 0.10 Carson, U. S., .Mdsc. for Jail cles of ' roads river. How much will that help the ployment and then they hav makes possible no'B'lick. T. 1L. Services wait. , , CroulJer, C. E., Merchandise citizens of Select or Buford? At this money to buy what farmer tho farmer prows residents Ing on court 32.25 busi22.79 for Almshouse . time cf year it would cost tthom at and they need to cat. Syracuaj (Ne- Black, T. IL, Exonreation 1912 ness in 14.21 Crowder, H. T. Almshouse . least fifty cents per hundred to get braska) Journal. Black, T. IL, Exoneration ,.... 340.50 roads are impassable. Commissioner Jrdght to " frui the nearest point 1913 85.33 Crowder, IL T., Special Comr. 12.00 On the Ohio river. feonizing Americas Labor. Black, T. IL, Exoneration 21.00 Dean, W. S., Per diem Progressive farmers are insisting , Are you a good In other tithes erroneously charged 148.50 DurJJee Dcpotdt Bank, int on WHY.N0T? roads telephones. words, are you opposed to Protection Black, T.' IL, Sheriff's cost 131.25 F. C. Order No. 1S50 of "Wc nave Just read pf the creation to American Industries? If you are, Stroud road 2.00 Elliot-FischCo, Book Mac.m!lzation are more f a new office out In Los Angeles, ' 0u are in ta.or of closing tho ' Black, T. IL, Sheriff's cost 215.00 chine tho "Public Defender." It crlcan factory and mill or vou am e 1S0 of G. M. Maddox road 1.00 Griffin, Mrs. Maggie L., Int, life. .. . peonuung im a iAiin(v rftlf AraAiiiviwlnn auk m w...v w.v.uw vu. m iavor or tno American Black, T. H. Sheriff's costj on F. C. Order No. SOS 31.50 in ooiaty attonty, but his duties are t wage earner, so tfiat .the mills and w. M. AJddlngton road 2.00 Griffin, Mrs. Maggie L., Guar. cry one accused of a ciitao facipriw may compete with Mefead ce ? postal for the Peon. Boyd, J. B.. Viewer Stroud 46.20 dlan. Int. F. C. Order, 870 as Vigorously as the prosecutor --Marion (1.) Register. Juat I road .... 1.00 Greenburg Iron Co., 3 bridges 1550.00 Vtyaecutes. Since wo come to think T'..,"n Johnston, A. V., Medicine for hy noL At least uo4Ui Uiderwood DeiouBced by Clarke. . toiit it. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT 1.00 pauper 6.5 ail thrtw Kcuscd of crime are eithH LUUe Rock. Ark.. Feb. - oen. " ."VV. i w va n wu Kevil, A. B., Jidse. for smallV4' ( arc inno- - ms his campaign for w .jiucu wukum 1.00 dox roaJ pox patients 12.10 omt or fof lack of proof. Every crlm- - UnluU SUtea Senator James P. Cummins, Henry, Viewer, 0. t Kjy. Light & Power Co., Light Jtutl ia coasidenil Innocent, in the'cUrkei at MorrUjLou, bitterly de-G. M. - Maddox road .... 2.00 at Armory .... 5.00 nt the law, until proven Democratic Leader Under-HT- Coleman, P. S., Viewer, G. M. Keown, W. T., Per diem Suthen, should tho defendant be wood, of the house. He blamed Maddox road 2.00 pervisors .'.... 19.50 to hire an attorney nnd derwood for the defeat of his amefnd-lac- Cummins, J. A., Viewer, G. Keown, Mrs. Nancy, Ixan to expense, when, if ment to the tariff bill that would other great M. Maddox road 2.00 County i 2,000.00 ioupcent he has n recourse pa the prohibit dea.ling la coUoa fujures. 119 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. Carson Co. MUse jail .... 1C50 Koown, Mrs. Nancy, Int. ou j " Editor & Proprietor XJ. ALLISON BARNETT, Assoclato Editor - OARNETT, Protection and Farm Labor. Crowder, C. E., Mdsc. Almshouse Combs, Leslie, Per diem .... 1'ook, Mack, Per diem ..., n.iu. .... st-r- - Unlon-Undlco- pT lr ' -- riroi II-avm- ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health and Saves Money and Makes Better Food ' re Hol-broo- k. Foul and Fair Play -- Free-Trad- jo-tro- ns Free-Trad- -- W. E. ELLIS ,, I - ... . - u- The Telephone hand J,--,-- !.... -i,,WL-iL,U- and Good Roads The telephone hand with good nt J' jCphcinc many of the and jt ior the and other rural to transact, the city and with neighbors when the Free-Trade- r? er ia, s. Id,.,j r uy Sox SJ"n mv "i" upon These two agencies doing than all others adon country. vZftr fenatlnF your home ai vry our booklet SifniS information. lt? and 11J f Cumberland Telephone culMy-Jnounce- d yr ur ind Telegraph Company 1 !rlfc5;,' I Don't Forget! i nan stnrt In Saturday GHOSTLY TRICK next selling best Granulated for $1.00 cash, or at for $1.50 cash. MAN 1.1 KENS & ACTON. SALESMAN WA.NTE1J to look Interest. In Ohio nnd 'adjacent, Corpse Shipped by Express by Uncounties. Salary 0" Commission. Adknown Persons From dress TIio Ilarvel Oil Co., Cleveland, Wo will 'ON-MURRAY nft-icro- ur Ros-welLN- THAT JT WILL VOYoURi. HEART CJOOD To .SEEL RESOLVED (jET DO how much you cak. OUR HEART A Tor Your, money (JooPTa-MAK- Ohio. Tlio Wllktrson I Fair's I And Remnant Sale Is Now On. -- Big Kuin Down f Kcstaitrant Is now ly furnished throughout nnd the best to be had In tlio market to cat Is nt your command day or night, ut reas- Mexico. Maj field, Ky., Fob. 10. When John Singleton, living near tho tirascs and Callowny county line,' went to .Murray after a box shlpiwd to him from Rosuoll, Now Mexico, he lound on opening it a dead man. The corpse has never been ldentJfH and was well dressed and embalmed. Mr. Sln- gloton has no relatives nor acquaintances In any dlBtnnt country, and cannot account tor such n shipment. Tho name of tho sender is not known and the only mark on tho box was: "A present to John Singleton, .Murray, Ky." Several days, ago Mr. Singleton received a cail from the agent of tho N., C. & St. L. raiCroad at Murray Informing him that there was a box In the freight depot for him. Mr. Singleton, not being In the habit of receiving presents from any one, paid no attention to tho can, A second card was receivtU by Mr. Singloton from the agent und ho wtfit to Murray to see about it. The box was opened and a stampede resulted by the several negroes who are Engaged for luuHIing freight at tho depot. Mr. Singloton was shocked. Ho turned tho bifly over to tho county officials and It was buried in the .Murray cem etery without any one knowing the why or wherefore of such a shipment. lN0U3ToRE:,ITVm.T.. FRIEND AND CUSTOMER OF YoiT onable prlirs. .Mr. and .Mrs. Orln Wallace, of Brownsville Mines, visited Mr. Wallace's mother Mrs. 3. T. Harnett, Suullay. Mrs. Burnett celebrated her 'birthday with smerul friends nnjd neighbors on that day. ; I : n m Mr. W. A. Wllkerson Is again In tho He Is In the old Rosenblatt stand next door to the Bank of Hartford, lie Is an experienced man and can Hcrvc the public In a satisfactory manner. Give him restaurant business. t -- 'fezr "m f Y j "We wish & a call rt This Sale has always been a to the 5 time of buying public and this one is only JJ an exception in one way, and that is, it is the biggest event of them all. Don't be misled but come to B OUR BIG SALE. Remember the 5 sale began Thursday, February 5, S and that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH MONEY-SAVIN- G Good Magazines should be regular visitors to every home. Her & Harnett aro the e.cluslvo agents in Hart ford and vicinity and will take frcat your order. pleasure In JLaudling Write for catalogue and other information. Dr. E. W. Ford M HE roports that ho Is on how much you can let' 6 have a heart to heart talk, get for yourl, meeting wjth splcm41 success In securing subscriptions for the Good Road (Working Contest. A sum suf flclcut to Insuro a thorough tryout of the scheme has been subscribed, and there aro many yet to be seen. Send us $1.25 and receive tho Hartford Republican one year and the Womans' World, Home Life, Green's Fruit Grower and Farm Life, four splendid monthly magazines, cither ono of them worth tho price. If we do not soon hear from you you will lose this exceptional offer. money in our .store, we want yok FOR A CUSTOMER AND FRIEND; WE KMoW THE WAY To DO IT 1,5 TO 6IVE YOU moneys worth, and we are prepared Yo. to Do so. we bought the bzsr WELCoME-T-o, REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE S J A HOUSE MONEY. THAT SAVES GOODS IN THE MARKET FOR YOU AND WE ARE MAKING WHAT WE KNOW 1.5 THE YOU 9 CROMWELL DEPOSIT BANK FAIRE5T PRICE. YOU ARE A LOOK. Bond Sale. Notice Is hereby given that the Ohio County Board of Drainage Commissioners will offer for slae at the courthouse door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Feb., 23, 1914, at 1 p. m. bnods to tho amount of six thousand, nine hundred and cighty-nin- o dollars cents ($6,989.81) at and eighty-on- e public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash. SaUl bonds will not be sold for less than par, bearing C per cent interest, and payable in ten annual installments, the first maturing In, two years and one installment maturing! each succeeding year for nine sears. The proceeds arising from saVl bonds will he devoted to establishment and construction of the G. A. Barnes ditch heretofore established by the Ohio County Court, anil tho said bonds will constitute a first lien, subject only ito the flion for state and county taxes, on the land herein: the said drainage district being owned by the following parties: J. F. Collins' heirs. W. M. Baldwin, W. H. Williams, Mrs. J. W. Mercer, T. L. Chapman, Fanny B. Barnes, E. W. Austin, J. M. Moore, Energy Moore, John Chlnn and iW. .' L. Shaver. S. T. DAItNETT, President Board of Drainage Com'rs. W. S. TINSLBY, Attest: Clerk of the Board. 31tl. Jtkzi&(9b, i Doing Business at the town of Cromwell County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at the closo of Business on the 2d day 1014. of, February, RESOURCES. pLoans Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M. H. 13. ft E. Kailroad.Time Table Mtas Mamie Keown, of Fordsvllle, entered ecbool here Monday. i Mr. I. P. 'Barhafd, Louisville, was the. guest of Mr. J. W. Ford and family Wednesday. ir and Discounts .. ..$31,CS6.14 Overdrafts, Secured and unsecured 6.22 Stocks, BonMs and other se00 curities Due from Banks 2,030.50 Cash on hand 3,382.04 Checks and other Cash l&rns 00 Banking'" House, Furnituro land CARSON & INCORPORATED. ca Hartford, Kentucky.. Fixture 2,000.00 00 00 Other Real Estate Other Assets not Included udlr any of above heads Total LIABILITIES , Stock paid in, In When-- You Feel Kinder on The Bo at Hartford, Ky. time card effective Monday Aug. 21st. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. m. dally except Sunday. No. lip South Bound duo ;10 a. vSl fc' dally except Sunday. No. J13 Soiith Bound ilUo 1:40 p. m. daily except Sunday. ' 11. E. MISCHKE, Agt. HiTHm LAN. ' sell. .Sugar at" the Come-Dow- n prlcp for the next few days. CLEVE lUEIt. We just love to servo you. City Restaurant, James Lyons, Proprietor. If you want to buy good groceries h Iter's, cheap, attend CdMo-Dow- n Sale. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Howard, East Hartford, on the 10th d boy. Inst, a fine tser Miss Tiny-Yois at ho bedstdo who Is very 111 of her grand-mothe- r, of pneumonia, at Pleasant RJdgo. 1 (will $39,104.00 sure-enoug- Capital $1G,000.00 cash , Surplus Fund 3,200.00 Undivided Profits, Jess expenses anld taxes paid .. 362.79 Deposits subject to' ..$15,824.45 check Demand Certificates 00 of Deposit 4,717.60 Time Deposits 00 Certified Checks .. Cashier's checks out And You Need a Real Invigoratorv Drink the Best Mr r .... , Grain Privileges. MONEY IN standing Due Banks and 00 20,542.11 I M. A. PAl'GIIT. Mgr. B I. Fairs' Puts and calls aro the safest anld panies u Sale. Other folks are surest method of trading In wheat, Notes an'd Bills ed getting bargain plums why not you? corn or oats. Because your loss Is Now things cveryay at WHEAT. Trust Com 00 Kuin-Dow- Rcdlscounte- 00 00 00 00 HARTFORD, KY. Mr. G. B. Thompson, Crowley, La., absolutely limited to tho amount formerly a citizen of Ohio county, bought. No further risk. lost his house and contents by fire Positively tho most profitable way last week. of trading. Open on account. You can (buy 10 When thatTapetizlng, hungry feel- Unpaid Dividends Reser.vo for taxos For Sale By All Soft Drink f: Stands, 5c, over in Cuba and other ducing countries "do Sentinel, while the bells In Waverjy. Marlon (la.) sugar pro- Monday, 'February lGth, to "afcidfe it," Shout, all aro invited and urged to atteuA. are tolling T. H. BENTOIC.. Register. .County Road Enginwa. JNO. B. W1LSCKC 2St4. County,. t ing strikes you head for Barnes' Restaurant. It costs you little and the roward Is great Factory Representative for High Grade j Pianos, I Player and Ordain Pianos! ' . LATEST SHEET MUSIC, Write Us for Catalogues Prices. Easy Tay neats. ' a4 'Sale. Remember Her" Come-Dow- n cleanliness 'and satis For Service, J Jactfon, vlalt City Reatanra&t, "been, Miss Mary Rowe, wfcovhus quite aick, Is somewhat improved. ' . A, Howartf,, Concord, ipaid us a call while In town Wednesday. 8AL.VET, the great Block remedy. See U. S. Carpon, Hartford, Ky, 30t4 taj-fJ- l I -A Hereafter, this paper will charge 6 cents per line for ail obituaries, Fiour i; ISfJTf.me-Tiow- n K :,'f Uh. CLEVE 1LER. In advance, and G cents per line for MiUer. near town, was Price. UfeVipicst,! of Mrs. Isaac Sanderfur, When In town don't fall to call all church notices except for church at & W. A. Vllkeraon Restaurant services, and also for cards of thanks. 'Hive you attended Fairs' Kura- - (Rosenblatts old stand) next door to In --adopting this rule we aro only Hartford. Meals served at foUfcwlng the mwig-phof every othDpwn SaleT Better, hurry 11 clow Bank of all hours. . er local paper Is Kentucky. , What Fairs' advertise, they have. by trading with You save mom hi ,?& Sao will close next Saturday, the Htli. So don't fail to come and see our prices before you buy. Irqno (CoxBlrkhead, little daughter of Mr. anld Mrs.'E. E. BIrkbead, has been very 111, but is thought to bo much better. Clove Her is offering wme) wonprices 'for his derful Come-Dow- n sale, now going on, Profit is lost sight pf for ,l!cn day. Sheriff1 S.I). Keown left Wednesday for Charleston,' W. Va., to bring Earl James back to Ohio Co., to answer charge of seduction. Luachusranwolies, hauiborgers anything you want in the eating line at Earl Barnes" Restaurant. 'Prices reasonable, patronage, appreciated. Sir. John T," 'Moore, Casliler of Uio Bank of Hartford,, is spending a month or six weeks fttSt. Petersburg, FJorlaa, tor the Tbcsbefit of his health. I havb'bouglA 100 barrels of the beat! Itiour at Hie old price for the Come-Dow- n Sale, so be sure to buy Cleve llcr'8-Come-D- own Bills Payable Liabilities not in Other cluded under any of above 00 heads puts or 10 calls on 10,000 bushels $10, or you can buy both grain for $39,104.90 Total for $20, pr as many mora as you or decline of 1 State of Kentucky,) wish. An advance )Sct, cent gives you the chance to fake County of Ohio. ) $100 profit. A movement of G cents We, T. E. Cooper and J, J. Stew $500 profit. art, President and Cashier of the Write for full particulars, above named Bank, do solemnly R. W. NEUMANN statement , Is Bank- Building swear that the above New First National true to the best of our knowledge 31tf. Columbus, Ohio. antl belief. . T. E. COOPER, President. House and Lots For Sale. J. J. STEWART, Cashier. Good bouse with all out Subscribed and sworn to before me buildings, good well, auld U lots ad' joining near McHenry high school this. 9th day of February, 1914. My Commission Expires February building. 23, 1916. Call on, or address, A. THORPE, T. WADE STRATTON. McHenry, Ky. 3U2. Notary Public. - Road Meetings. The Fiscal Court of Ohio county, Ky., and County Road Engineer desire to meet all the taxpayers of (tho county for the purpose of discussing of maintenance the building and public roads, at the following times ' and places: February 13th Dundee, 9 to 11 a. bj. Cone Run church, 7. p. m. February 14th Rcnfrow, 9 to 11 a. m. Cromwell, 2 p. m. Some of the members of the Fis cal Cour and County Jude and County Road Engineer wijl attend all of these meetings and be in a position to explain the financial con dition of the county and probable with amount of funds on hand which to work the roads and will be assisted' by Messrs. J. 'F.- - Grimes and R. H. Reece, of tho State Road Engineer's office, together with other speakers who are experienced and competent road men. It is the earnest desire of- all concerned that every taxpayer- - In .reach of any of the above meetlti places be present, rain or shine. Come', let's talk matters over, and find out and do that which is beat for tho common good of all the people. There will also be a final meeting at th court house in Hartford ien - Jutah- - MAGAZINES -- M)r I ALL ILER & KINDS! BARNETT. Chickens Come Home to toost Good farm in Ohio county, near Up in the Democratic city of Barnetts Creek church, containing except Waver)y, which is the capital city 120 acres, all In cultivation dwelllng.V.barn acres. Good and all In good repair. Well watered and In the oil belt. For terms and particulars apply at this office. 17tf. BARNBTT & SON, Agents. .i 5 gs For Sale! OrdrclMby Agent Mttice. Je of the Democratic county of Bremer, there Is a beet sugar factory which cost 4600,000. It was built when the !K!idey-Dlugle- y Protective Tariff was on tbo books. Seven hundrtil farmers, a majority of whom are Democrats, became Its patrons. The) factory prospered. So did the beet growers. A few days ago the factory doors were closed. Since the factory was built the sum .of 1,500,000 has been pafe out for beets, labor and transportation. Chickens come home to post. The Marin Sentinel should hurrah and Bhout some more for Fres-Trgd- e, anid say let the "Georges' ILEIS' GROCERY, tc KEFUBLICAN.OEEKE Mail OriKi GirtE Attttttet,. Ji 0.1LER: ALLISON BARNOn- J E5" v?r SATAN'S MONSTROUS LIE; WHAT HARM IT B!B Paslor BIG CATS AND CATNIP. PIECES OF SILVER. They Supplanted Cacao Beans ns the rnrrTriTiTiiMfi HAVE YOUR SUITS toll, Quoting Jesus, Says Satan Is Failier of Lies. Leopard and Tloer Fairly Reveled (ti the Odorous Plant. Some oiio nt tlu WiisliliiKtim zoolog-Icn- l pink obtained t lit- pcrmliHou c! tliu itiitliorltlos tn ti.v tlic effect of cut-ni- p nil tlie iinliiiiil llii'ie. So fur ust Known catnip ilout not urow In tlie native homes of those intimitis, nnil tills v;is the llrst time they und uvot - Directory County Ohio Circuit JuilKo; .Mldkjff, , y smcllcil It. The Mfiit of the plnut Oiled the whole plart', nnil in soon its It rcncliei The First Lio Where It Was Told. the parrot' corner the two piudlly r.t- Why It Was Told To Whom Told. tlretl set tip n note that told Its Result Its Repetition The Disas - frfniiy on the nerves of nil itttl trotis Results to Humanity All Man- - made for Hint side of their wiri of Crime3 Are Its Fruitage Tho Ins their liwiks nnil claws through It. Only Remedy Why? Whcn7 How? When the catnip was bronsht neat them they heennie nearly frantic. ' They were given US " oine and devoured Felt. 8. Pastor It. stem, leaf and liIosom. with nfi Ittuwll today call - oarorne9 that equaled the noise Oi cil nttentlou to fie their cries. Next trial was made on an African fact th.tt the leopard. Iteforo the keepers had readitouching S n t a n ed the front of the cape ho had boundhas been seilously ed front the shelf whereon he lay. apdeparted from by parently asleep, and stood expectant. Noth-lu- g A double handful of catnip was passed ChrNtlniH. In It suppoits through to the tloor of the den. Never was the prey of this spotted the thought that Satan Is far awny. African In his wild state pounced PASTOR. RUSSELL) siiperliitendliiK the upon more savagely or with such abso torture of humnii' lute enjoyment. First the leopard ati Irv. or that he has cloven hoofs, forked n mouthful of the stuff, then lay fl.t tall, horns, etc. On the contrary, the on his back and wiggled through the Bible describes him ns originally one'.prccn mass until his black spotted yel-o- f God's noblest crcatitres- -a "chqrub." low hide was filled with the odor. Just Since his full, Satan's residence Is in ' ns .vott have son n cat act when it room- atmosphere Tnrtnrus. He Is "the , celves some catnip, TI,t'n lle sat on a buncu ot tue cat prince of the power of the air that now worketh In the children of "'P. caught a leaf laden stem up in disobedience." presenting himself as cither paw and rubbed his checks, "an angel of llght"- -a servant of God. ' cMn. nose, eyes and head. He ate ifJ adilitlonai inoutllllll or two nun men When and How Satan Fell. Jumped back to his shelf, where he The Pastor stated that the Ulble ex- lny the rest of the afternoon, the very plicitly declares Satan's sin to be pride picture of contentment and Improper ambition. Seeking to In one tiger's cage there is a very usurp Divine prerogatives, he ensnared young but full grown anlmnl. When himself and rebelled against God. His this great, surly beast inhaled the first ambition found no opportunity for ex- sniff of the catnip he began to mow ercise until man's creation. Then, be- like a kitten. Up to this time the softholding this human pair, he perceived est note of his voice had been one that to capture them would be to cap- which put the roar of the big maned ture a race, and to achieve in this lion near him to shame. earth his ambitious plans. That vicious tiger fairly reveled in (Satan took advantage of the test of the liberal allowance of the plant loyalty which God put upon our first which was thrust into his cage. He .parents. 'Obsessing the serpent, he rolled about In It and played like a guided it continually to eat of the forkitten. He mewed and bidden tree. The serpent not only did purred, tossed it about, ate of it and. sot die. but was the wisest of beasts, after getting about as liberal a dose thus seemingly giving the lie to God's as the leopard had. likewise Jumped tatement "Thou shalt surely die." to his shelf and blinked lozlly the rest The Pastor thinks it unnecessary to of the day. New York ncrald. appose that the serpent spoke audibly. Actions can speak. HIS MOST ANXIOUS MOMENT. Ere was convinced that the Divine Law was selfish, and that the forbidHe Might Be den fruit was desirable, to make her When Dewey Feared Coward. Branded as a wise. St Paul explains that Adam Admiral Dewey tells in his autobiwas not deceived. Iteallzlng that his beloved wife would die. he preferred ography the story of his most anxious to die with her. Hence he became n moment It wns when he was execuwilful sinner. Presently God drove tive officer of the warship Mississippi. oar first parents from Kdcn. that thns After passing the forts nt New Orleans Hi death sentence might be executed. his ship wns about to sink under Are, and the crow had to be taken off In Satan Adopted Another Plan. boats. Thi'ie were not enough boats, Disappointed in that humanity were nnd the danger of a magazine .exploperishing, Satan formed another plan. sion became so great that the crews He would cope with God by injecting showed Increasing hesitation in returnsew life Into the human race. He ing for another load. On a sudden Imwould have an empire, desplto the pulse Dewey jumped into one of the will. boats to go after the rowers and com, To do tliis be proposed to the angels pel them to return. He continues: that tbey materialize a ml live ns men "Not until we were free of the ship .contrary to their nature. To those did I have a second thought in realizawho objected that this might displease I had left I bad done. 'God, Satan presented the argument tion of what my ship in distress when it Is the rule that If God really possessed the power. that the last man to leave her should He would have punished him, for he offI had been an enemy of God for some be the captain, and as executive The argument was successful, icer should be next to the last .time. "That wns the most anxious moment according to the Wide. For centuries a process of engraft- of my career. What if a shot should ing angelic vitality upon Adamle stock sink the boat? What If a rifle bullet progressed. We read. "The sons of should get me? All the world would God beheld the daughters of men say that I had been guilty of nliout as that they were fair: ami they tool: craven an act as can be placed nt the tbem wives of all they chose." We door of an officer. This would not be read that their children were ''giants, pleasant reading for my father up In men of renown." ISnt they bore no Vermont. He would no longer think utamp of Divine character. They were that I had done the 'rest' reasonably well. If the ship should blow up brutal, sensual, devilish The children of Adam became the wlllIt ' wa' "w,.v ,1(1 l slotill appear a slaves of these giants. Tims the Scrip- - " "l0 reports ns saved probably tell us that tho eartli was filled P' would smile over my explanation." s It turned out, however, the mnga with violence, ami men's thoughts no "HI not explode, anil Dewey's were evil continually. Aimnrcntlv Aoan nun ms lamiiy remained puiu presence was needed to bring the boat Adantlc stock. Then came the Deluge, ;rews back and save the men still on already prepared lor In the Divine the sinking ship, Plan, and all mankind perished, except Noah and his family. A Famous Year. It Is contended that the yenr 1S09 Satan's Lie Othorwiso Supported. Thwarted again. Satan began a new gave more celebrities nnd persons of system of tactics to persuade man- genius to the world than any other year of the nineteenth century. Among kind that Uils original lie wns truth that those who beem to die really be- those who were born in that memoracome more alhe. To assist In this ble year were Abraham Lincoln, Ed . deception, he had the support of the gar Allan Poe, Oliver Wendell Holmes, fallen angels, sentenced with himself William Ewart Gladstone, Charles .' to remain in Tartarus tbo atmosphere. Darwin, Lord Houghton, Alfred Edward Fitzgerald. Professor Necromancers, witches and wizards ' mere developed. The fallen angels, Dlackle. Mary Cowden Clarke aqd peaking through these mediums, per- - Felix Mendelssohn. . aonsted the dead. Gradually, this sys- em of error spread, until no nation Alike. B be found where these evil spirits A convivial correspondent wrote to fcare not Incorporated Satan's lie. Even an eastern paper, complaining of the ' amongst Christians, Satan's word Is condition of the vlage streets, closing accepted, nnd God's Word rejected with the statement that "the water IJes ; "The soul that slnnetb. It shall die." in the ditch for days at a time." The editor printed tbe letter, with The Foundation of All Errors. the Pastor Jtus&ell declared that nearly our following "Ed. Note:" "So does .esteemed correspondent" Omaha all theological errors ure based upon . 4bls doctrine of demous that men do World-neraldHot really die. Where, he asked, would Doctors' Fees. be the doctrines of eternal torment, "They tajk about lawyers' dishonest purgatory, masses for the dead, etc., If people really believed God's Word accumulations, but look at doctors." "What's tho matter wjtli doctors?" tlutlbe dead are dead, and that their "Are not all of (heir earnings-il- l got trnly hope lies In the resurrection, seten pains?" Baltimore Atnericon.,, cured for them by Jesus' death? The speaker believes that mediums, Ilfrtwho today support Satan's lie. ore themselves deceived. Ills pamphlet "Arid has this famous doctor cured tw Spiritism has recovered many honjour ineiiu ui lue umiuciuuuuu iu.il est mediums, wno after learning that; he was sick?"j they were agents of Satan and bis "Oh. completely, She's really sjck lessons, have become children of God. now." Fllegeude Blatter, Kor free literature on this subject, address the Pastorat Brooklyn Taber-aacle- . To cultivate good thoughts is to be Brooklyn, & V. loyal to uue's better Keif. " luiu-awa j po'.-n' ' III-bl- e First American Currency. Before .Mexico was Invaded by the Ppaiiiards coins were unknown them the natives using In place of money I'm? smallest cacao beans, resorting tho'e of larger size nnd better qtullt. for the maniifiicture of n liquor i( which they were addicted. About fourteen .veal's nfter the con quest that Is to say, about l."i."..i (' tlllati coins began to make their up pen ranee in Mexico. As they arrived only In very small quantities, they wore Insufllclent for tin iieciN of trade. It was then that the viceroy ordered the manufacture In the City of Mexico of small pieces of sliver of a certain welulit. Mil WkM These pieces were, not stamped with nny co!nngi mark, anil their vnltte was determined entirely by their weight. I'lom them was derived the name "peso." j These pieces of silver roinnlnrd in circulation n number of years, and pieces of gold and of copper were also added In time. Soon, however. It wis found tint this sort of circulating medium made fraud easy, and the Span- ' sh government established three mints. granting them a perpetual existence for America. Tho coinage of money In the City of Mexico was actually begun during the reign of Viceroy Antonio do Mendoza. who established a mint In buildings belonging to the Marquis del Vnlle. Here It remained only n short period, being transferred llrt to the council building and inter to the vlceroyal pal I I ace. -- During nil this time the coinage was of a considerable amount nnd the facil ities for the establishment were not sufliclent to meet the demands mndc upon it for coins, for which reason frequent demands for minting apparatus nre found In the records. In tho year 177S the mint was established in the Apartado building nnd has continued since then in the street of thnt name. Front the declaration of independence until the year the mint was rented out to contractors. New York Sun. 1S-1- j F. IllrUioul, Attorn w: W-Jailer; K. (1. Iktrrass, Attorney Law Clerk; 13. 13. Dirkhcad, .Master K. T. Collins, TnisWo Dyc-in- cj and HAUTFOUD, KV Jury Fund; S. O. Koown, Sheriff, 'Hartford. Deputies d. A. Hmtcher; Will practlco hiu iirofit-sloIn Uh offlco deputies .Mrs. S. O. Kcoun niM Ladies work given Ulimoru Kcown. Court convents first and adjoining counties. CominarcJgJ Monday in February nnd contlnueal and Criminal l'nictice a Specialty. " three weeks; third .Momliuv In April, two uieks; Hats Cleaned and 'two weeks. third Alond.iy In UMolicr, IVIIjOII (Vtlllllv r'nili-- l tnln. It Judge; W. C. Ulnnkonshlp, Clerk; Work called for and C. j;. Smith, Atlornej, Hartford. Law (Court convenes first .Momhuv In en?ii HARTFORD, KY. month. Qunrter'y Court Hqslns on the Club $1.00 nnd C. li V. 11. U.uih Mitssre. first .Mommy In overt month. Smith aiinounoe that tlioy luvo form-- a Court of Culms Convenes first ,Tutsd(iy In January nnd first TuesparUiTli!ji fcr Che gtiiiernl iirac-tic- e day in October. of law, oxcia't criminal nnd dlvr Hartford Pressing Glilb. Other County Offlcors-- C. 3. Mo- - oasos, Mr. enilth IkJiib County Alitor ( , loy, Survcjor. hi-FoiMdxHIc, li , (U NTIli:i! UI.Pi.,C'F.NTr.l! sT, ft F. I). No. 2', Tom llinet-- , Assessor, UfKj' i3 inxrvoiitoil front iirivcti'clns euch t, Olaton, Ky.; O.nn tfhiilts, cais3s. Mr. U.irnj will individually HARTFORD, KY. Hartford; Dr. A. U. itlley, accept mvcJi practloa In Offii t. Coroner. Hartford: T. II. Uentoii, Hartford Itcpublicaii building, H.'irt-forMjA&lKi&aiiiW ww ?FrrryTOi7irJrP jlloud Kuglncer, Hartford. K" J I STICKS' CO I UTS. Kd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday LIV-VER-L.Monday in .March, Tuesday liftAX er ;'d Monday in June, Tuesday aft-.D. 3d Monday In Septemlior, Tiioa-'da- y Attorney Law after .Id Momlny In December. t I.. A. McDaiiiol, Iloekport, Friday KY. HARTFORD, after 3d Mondui in March. FrlikCy M. U 1IKAVUIM nftor oil Moivlny In June, Friday ASSOCIATHD WITH after oil .Molality In Soptciulicr, This office is eiiulppcd for handFriday after i'd .Monday in De ling Commercial and Collection) cember. S. V. Leach, Cromwell, Wcdncskiy Items as well as other legal nnd litiluiier uii .uumui) in '.tiaicn,, nisi- - gated matters. Practice in nil tin: incsday after lid .Monday in June, courts. I'rompt and vigorous service. Wednesday nftor ltd Moiflny In Sop-Fenil tho time. Don't lay Oft lemlM,r richt VIii.i1.iv ,,ttnr 'd Moil- - M. U Hearln's Office. Cleaned Pressed ln Court -- T. D. HIiiko, Otto C. Martin at Repairing neatly done. if special attention. Repaired. i I Barnes & delivered. month. Attorneys at Smith . rate per Superlii-P'tenden- d, I USE I a.ft-!er;- id er ARTHUR at KIRK For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. S I el rJV:;...r; ' Safer" too 'and .easy"7.?":ir.r toYakc. DcnH KnlronnlnJ onn't nftnr.1 i I "".. ' I - C. Tlcht'nor. le BATTLES IN POETRY. DI-Ti- peo-turc- j Today." Gathered round tho kitchen fire nfter the day's work is done, these peasants, fresh from their rough labor In the fields nnd vineyards, vie with each other in reciting poetry and telling Btorics. Generally both are extemNOT poraneous, and often they have a good SOLD deal of poetic grace and imagination. UNDER The gift of reciting improvised poetry ANY Is not, however, confined to tho peasOTHER ants in Tuscany. I know of an inNAME. stance that occurred In my own neighborhood not so very long ngo that cerWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. tainly could not have occurred anyIf you purchase ttio SEW HOME you will where hut In Tuscany. A local doctor was driving to catch a train at a sta- have a life asset at tlio price you pay, and will tion a few miles from me, and on his not have an endless chain of repairs. way he was accosted by a colleague r ii Quality who happened to be looking over bis garden wnll. The colleague shouted Considered out a line of Improvised verse to blm. upon which the other Instantly pulled it is the up bis horse and capped tbe lino with Cheapest another. Doctor No. 1 responded, nnd fot in the end three hours the poetic contest was con to buy. tluued without cessation. In the meantime the whole of the village had turnyou wuntn sewing machine, write for If ed out to listen and to make wagerson our latest cutulogue before you purchase. which would be the first to lack an Inspiration. It was only ns dusk came Tbe New Home Sewing Machine C- o- Orange, M2SS. on that doctor No. 1 remembered that he was on his way to catch a train! Whether a patient was expecting him I know not, but I feel convinced Bucktxe's "Full ot Life" Northern Grout) that such a detail would not have been Pedigreed Seeds hae a reputation ol 38 years of juccessiui seea growing uciium lucra. u pays tm allowed to Interfere with this war' of Biam (lie fiesi. verses. bea&oiiable Specialties: It is interesting to see that even the BEANS Earliest Red Valentine . . $3 50 Bushel Illiterate peasants detect nt once tho Kefujiee llxtra Early . . j.j5 bushel u slightest departure from the form In btrlnglcss Gretii Pod . Jj.70 liushel Imp. Kidney Wax &.50 Ilushet which tho original lines nre set and Daws New While Wnx . , 14.75 liushel consider tliu offender to have lost the Wax . U S Bushel Currie's Rust PEAS. . Jj.50 Bushel match. . Extra Harly Alaska In Tuscany Even the Peasants Indulge In This Pastime. Visit tho homo of a peasant in Tuscany on some winter's evening nnd you will be 'surprised and charmed, writes Mr. Itlchnrd Hagot In "The Italians of after it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syS' batunliiy Saturday.Id .Monday In Sop after ad Monday tcm and relieves constipation. A nat- toinber, In December. ural remedy, natural in ttj actions, sure Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday in its effect nnd certain in results. It will nfter I'd .Monday in March, Tuesday won't be lone before Lio- - Vcr-La- x completely displace calomel in evert after --'d Monday In .May, Tuesday 'lues-Uhome. Children can take it freely an after I!d Monday in Augimt, after 2d .Monday lu November. with perfect safoty. Every bottle guarS. W. Denn, Dundee, anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nono after tlio second Monday In genuine without the likeness and signa.March, Wednesday after 111 Monday ture of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky. In May, W'edncsdny after 3d Monday In August, Wodnesday nfter I'd .Monday in November. Den F. Hlce, Fondavlllv. Tuesday THE after I'd Monday in .March, ThursSEWING day I'd Monday In May. Thurs MACHkNI day after 2d Monday in August, after OF s Thursday after 2d Monday In November. QUALITY., Den W. Taylor, Hartford, Itoute C, Friday after 2d Monday In March, I aj WtrJ-ntlvl- ...... .... . ..-.- .. nln -, Vn,1 .. I "5Etaf ilftCr 3d Monday ,W Centcrtown. Sat- - "' , 111 JtltlU, T.WADESTRATTON CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice his profession In tlilR and adjoining counties. Collections. Commercial find Criminal Practice u I'rompt Specialty. and vigorous service. Attorney at Law I AM PREPARED NEW To do any kind of Veterina- Fr.'lJay Teu-nyso- charms. Juvenal, the mot Illustrious of nil satirists, enlivened the literary charms of the reigns of Trojan and Hadrian with bis comments on tbo oyster, nnd the comments were not latlrlcal either, but warmly commend (tory. The oyster, the true cosmopolite. Is found pretty nearly everywhere and was tho delight of tbo world for iges upon ages before tbe man from Genoa found the shores of America. New- - 1'ork American. The' sixth grade of a Certain school In a foreign settlement In one of our The Oyster. The oyster Is it very ancient Instltit From tlou and a most honorable one time Immemorial poets have sung or him and orators have dwelt upon his When the Poets Worked. cities was learning the use of posses-slves- . The book required tho pupils to correct nnd expand into a complete sen tence tbe following expression: ".Mil ton and Shakespeare's works." Joseph Nlkodym' handed" in this ' sentence: "Milton and Shakespeare work lu a coa mine." ' Living With Them. "I hope you know enough to keep your wife's relatives at n distance," "Hum! My wife's maiden aunt is folug to IJvb with us."' "Good gracious, send her nwnyi" "I can't, .Sbe's going to live with ns In b'er bouse.4' Cleveland Plain Dealer. '" , t - Buying Books. To buy books only because they were published by an eminent printer to much ns If n man should buy clothing that did not fit blm only because made by some famous tailor. Pope. day after 3d Monday In August, Friday after 2d Monday In November. Veterinary Surgeon HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. .Martin. Judgo; McDowell A. Ky. Foglc, Clto Attorney; J. V. Stevens, Marshal; Court convenes secorJJ Monday In each tnoiiUi. City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. Dean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Dennett. Capt. A. D. White, A. E. I'ate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Vclser, V. 11. The . National - Weekly Gillespie. School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chalr- Timfe nian; R. T. Collins. Socrufciry; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and V. E. El'Is. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Until this year M. E. Church, South Sirv!ccB Colliti'i has been 4sssssssssssssssss9l1 morning and evening cveny first and sold at $5.50. Now third Sunday In each month. Sunthe price is $2.50-anday school a. m. l'rayer mootvvehave secured ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. a concession v heressssMsSrV. J D. V. NapIUr, pastor. by we can offerit Daptlst Church Services morning at a still further anil evening every second nnd fourth reduction in conSunday in each month. Sunday school nection with this. !);45 a. m. l'rayer mooting every Wed , , .. . publication. nesday cvttilng. Rev. A. S. I'ottle, jiastor. Special Offer to Our Readers Church Serv Ices every , Christian third and fourth Sunday at 11 u. 111. Kcroanlzinc (lie grrac dcmauil (or Collia'i at the new price. c have mule arrangements to at I J 7 p. m. Sunday school 'J'.'M a. m. otlcr it ami our ou n publication each one year Elder Gwinn, pastor. for the price ol Collier's alone. '11ns is a limitril oiler an J must be taken at vantage ol prompt)?. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodgo No. G7.', F. and A. What You Get in Coll ier s M. meets every first Monday niglit In each month. W. S. Stevens, W. Coltift t is the one bic, imlcptnilcnt. fearless, M.; Otvcin Hunter, Secretary. xteeUyol th whole country, .Not only is it the citizen's handbook lut it Is cbo a Clutptor No. 84 O. E. S. Hartford nwunzine (ur the whole family, .monc the every ccond and fourth .Monmeets tliincs that a year's suhtcription eives arcs day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, 1000 Editorials V. M.; Jos. II. Williams. W. ,'; Rushct I New Duly Grailus . COO News Photos Is 50 Miss ICUzaboth Miller, Seerotan. J Horsford's Market Garden . Jj.50 liushel 250 Short Articles BucWbee's Lightning Express J5 00 Bushel 150 Short Slorirs Rough River No. Hi) Knights 100 llhiltrated Fraturrs. Lettuce, Radiih. 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SlpTSII Wallace, Clerk. iwimie ".!"; rTCltctUnT TiT.'-- r I' ri-- '"'i z -: C '&?,'." "" !,J,1- - Prfec Sunshine Hlvo No. 42. L. O. T. M.. t. s mnllcity ana U us niMtt nrai. t ui.naia ixim, s dmi tmi. ity nearly 40 years. Sold .- wisuriuau. nearly moots every first and third Friday W susisSBrt.tMt.t GCAUNTE TO PLKASb "'T cityaod town In (he United butts an nights In each month. Mrs. Attyo Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than Mention thla Piper. Write any other make. Send lor tree catatonic Griffin, ijidy Commander; Mrs. 11. McCALX'S MAGAZINE VWMAAMMAAMWMMIAMVIVW E. Mischkc, Record Keener. wore subscribers than any othet fashloa SEND IO CENTS Koystono Chanter No. 110. R. A. magazine million a month. Invaluable M., mcels every thliU Saturday night ray MUtcuoa ac Mui tofwr IIMIt JkWTWSjn' BWIUIU lu each month. John T. Moore High " ox . Ma, ritvau, ItlU Ul IMI1 IM JM f etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only to cents year (worth double). Includii rnesi; vv, s. iinsiey, ssocruUry, H. W. fctttM, ' JM "SJSMKm. i Xrre'pjttcMi. bubscrlce today, or send lor samDie eonw AMERICAN SOCIBry OF EQUITY. VVONBEBFUL 1NBUCEMEMTS ', State Officers President, J. 11. brings Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi- II m to Agents. Tostal offers. premium cataloeut and new cash prise Address dent, J. II. Dumey, .Muhlnborg Co.; as Mccm, M.WU hi w.m iww vaw Secretary & Treas'., S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organiser, T. ii. Hartford, Ky. Members State Executive Board Den Watson, Webster county;. J. W. AND CURE Dunn, Daviess county; HUnry Vlrtle, LUNGS Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin county; C. G. DavcnporU, .Warren county. WITH Ohio County Officers S. L. Stov-en- s. Henry l'irtle, Soc- President; lietary; S. E. llentictt, Treasurer. Succeed when. Everything else (alia. COUNTV BOARD OF EDUCATION. In nervous prostration and female Oi n Shults, Chairman, Hartford, they are the supreme weaknesses Ky. remedy, asthousands have testified. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, lQy. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND gUlm Alt WROATAHIttlMtTllOMlLEl. 3. Ira Dozartli, Olaton, Ky. STOMACH TROUILE 4. H. O. Autry, Ralzotowu, Ky. OUAXAJITXXO 8ATI8VA0X0J.YJ k k the best medicine ever teli B. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. nV,f fl flninnlul'n JkMfVMUXD. 6. J. L. Drown, Rockport, Ky. tBtmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm after 2d .Monday In May, Fri- ry work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. HOME --JJ W. H. RILEY fel Hartford, Collier's First Collirrs in Clubs Ui-l- SEEDS ... N-- l's . g. H. W. BUCKBEE $2.50 X tt, SEEDS9 : z 1 1 Sat-utM- T l to-da- y; i i I t- m Electric , Bal-mal- n, KILLth. COUCH the Bitters m Dr. Kinr's Niw Discovery WCftMf" jBSK. 1 ,ir' vmujsix BOTH WERE DRAMATIC. V FACED A A FOREIGN FLAG. 57. ' ''" CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. iCASTORH kit ,V The Kind You- - Have Always Bought BST s VSR AVcdelal)lcPrrniMi!nr-I Si';"''2"'eFixKlaiKlI?ciife I nngHie Siraiacta ondBclstf Bears the Signature of ProwolcsDirfeslioHJClKfrful sw ( CV ncssaiuUfcsi.Coiilainsnci.hr OpiiinuMorphinc norMncral. Story of Frederick the Great and One of Hit Officer. Frederick the (!rcut hurt n xlroiiK u dense of tlio driimatle So Imil n lieutenant colonel lu the PruHal.ni army. Accordingly there Is plenty of "plot" In the following story: Tlio oflleer, who had been dlafhurRMi lit tlio close of the Seven YeitiV war. importuned the UIiik to be reinstated. Weary of the aolleltiitluiiH of his troublesome visitor, Frederick nt Inst Riive orders that lie should never ho ndmlttcd to his presence. Some weeks litter a most hitter llhel against his mnjesty nppeared. Fred-cricKeldiltn gave himself nny concern about such i:isitiliiiid's. but the pros cut one exasperated him no muoh tlnit he offered n rewnrd of M) frledrlehs of Bold for the discovery of the iiuthor. The dny follmvlnt: the disgraced lleiiteunnt colonel demn tided nud A tcf-lafk otNacotic. jUtSmtt IbsMttSft' JjistStnl KmSrrl- - fovtefounsM'an, Jbrjja SrJ" 'iCfl "3f 0 snsj' sF rtfi 0 Of -- 1 OmTrit Svnr . Ihtfijrrm lime. aS' A perfect Remedy forCansfljia-- I Ion Sour Stomnch.Dlaniwn Worms .Convulsioiislfvcrish ncssarulLOSSOFSLLL.l Facsimile Signanireof For Oves c2 NEW YORK. J Thirty Years Guaranteed under th Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA "Sire." In began, on being ndmtttcd. 'your niiiji-sthas Just promised CO friedilrhs for the discovery of the of a recent iiuhllcatlou. I nut come to claim the recoinpeii.se. Monoid In me the unfortunate llbeler My lift I forfeit freely, but remember your royal pledge mid. while you punish me. send to my poor wife mid children the rewnrd due to the Informer." The king, although struck with the sad extremity nml self sncrlllce of the officer, said sternly: "C5o Instantly to the fortress of Span-da- n and there nwalt my Judgment." "1 obey." said the culprit: "hut the money?" "Within two hours your wife shall receive It." said the king. "Take this letter and give It to the commandant, but he must not open It until after dinner." The lieutenant colonel arrived nt Spandau and gave himself up as a prisoner. At the prescribed moment the commandant opened the royal mandate. It run: To the bearer t ulve the command of Spandau. I shall be with him In a few days. The present governor Is to tafce tho command of Uerlln as a rewnrd for nu-tli- mi iiudicui-e- . past services. FHEDEB1CK. British Seatnan'a Prank That Enraged the Brazilians. The harbor of Itlo do .liiiicini Is ono of the wonders of the world. You enter a nut row strait guarded by n towering conical mountain and discover a glorious Inland, sea surrounded on every side by abrupt und precipitous mountains, tunny of them with tho most fantastic outlines. I should Imagine, says the Hon Stephen Coleridge hi "Memories," that all the fleets of tho world might anchor there lu safety. In the early seventies a couple of English bluejackets In search of adventure climbed to the tup of the mountain that guards lie entrance, hauled after them a flagstaff nnd a union Jack, set up the pole on the summit and unfurled tho Hag to the breeze. The astounded nnd Indignant Brazilians invoke one morning to fl ml un alien bunting (lying over their territory from its most conspicuous eminence. Protests were lodged with the English minister, who, with the utmost politeness, apologized for the thoughtless escapade of some entirely unknown persons and gravely told the Brazilian government' that of course he would have no possible objection to the prompt removal of the Hag and pole. The emperor, however, could flnd'no subject lu all his wide empire who would volunteer to make the ascent to the summit of the mountain, which the people of Itlo do Janeiro considered unscalable. In this embarrassing dilemma the Brazilian government determined to knock over the staff by shooting at It The Brazilian fleet was ordered to shoot tlio offending pole off the top of the mountain. Hither they could not train their guns to the required angle of elevation or the target was too narrow fur a successful shot. At any rate, the Kngllsh' flag flying over the proud Brazilian city remained, braving the battle and the breeze, till It rotted away. to do any of my housework. After faking three bottles of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able It Always Helps J CARDUI still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., arc sure si&ns of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. I ut a trial. The Woman's Tonic , Get a Bottle Today! JAMES & CO., First Class Centertown, -- Lriverymei-1 Kentucky. - Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, V iS9SS999SS9Sft9S99S9S9S9SS9 Youth's Companion. DISEASE GERMS STICK. "TENORS. ARE QUEER' Loulse'Kellogg. Id 'The Memoirs of an American Prima Donna." by Clara Louise Kellogg, the author tells of her triumph as VIoletta In "Trnvlata." She argued that VIoletta would probably love curious and exotic combinations, dressed the part In a gown of rose pink and pale primrose yellow that seemed to be altogether enchanting. "Apropos of the VIoletta gowns, I sans the pnrt during one season with a tenor whose hands were always dirty. I found the back of my pretty frocks becoming grimier and grimier and greasier and greasier, and, as ' provided my own gowns and had to be economical, I finnlly came to tho conclusion that I could not and would not afford such wholesale and continual sullt "ly compliments to monsieur nnd asked bim please to be extra careful and particular about wasblug Ills bands before the performance, as my dress was very light nnd delicate, etc. quite a polite message considering the subject Politeness, however, was entirely wasted on htm. Back came the cheery and nonchalant reply: "'All right. Tell ber to send me some soap.' "I sent It. nnd I supplied him with soap for the rest of the season. This was cheaper than buying new clothes. "Tenors are queer creatures. Most of them have their eccentricities, and the soprano Is lucky If theso are innocuous peculiarities! I used to find It In my heart, for Instance, to wish that they did not have such queer theories as to what sort of food' was good for the voice. Many of them affected gar-- , lie. Stlgelll usually exhaled an aroma of lager beer, while the good Mazzolent Invariably ate from one to two pounds of cheese the dny be. waste sing. lie 8a Id It strengthened bis voice. BriguoII had been' long enough In this country to become partly Americanized, so be never smelted of anything in particular." so-s- LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market Street Old Time.Opera Stars aa 8een by Clara LOUISVILLE, KY. -- The only and original poultry sup ply house south of the Ohio River. We keep a full line of first-clas- s POULTRY SUPPLIES AND FEEDS. 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BULBS ' il ltf SPECIAL OFFER'; ...!. aulf rtHMtn Tllt oitlla,t4v. A i m hiMlMas. MI2IVL 3fl CBNT14 tktl UMfWUlll4'sUtll ItMlft v ItlHkl aMttUMtlo . rwn I rstssif Tniti, hjvib wn bbt v I Xm Writ todMY r IMUO TM. a IVH VNTKEB T . r tr, ltii Dft.I Tfall. rftfr.t.i L I Pi TuiMBWal I Mimtloa tola Pmpsr I I n.ipi it w L Mi Jtouh BmuHm. PLKAHR Hence It la Almost Impossible to Have Really Clean Handa. That tho slovenly habits or II! health of the cooks and waiters who serve us In dining cars, hotels, restaurants and our own homes may be an even greater menace to our health than defective plumbing Is the fact brought out by some Interesting Investigations made by Surgeon Cummins of the British army. It used to be thought that If our servants' bands and our own were washed with reasonable frequency we were safe, but Dr. Cummins shows that even the most scrupulous cleansing will not relieve hands that have been in contact with disease germs from the Hahitity of infecting others. In short. Dr. Cummins declares that so long as we live In this world of dirt and microbes our hands can never be really clean. To prove hK contention Dr. Cummins dipped the tip of his forefinger In a liquid containing millions of typhoid bacilli The linger was nest rinsed In un untiseptlc solution, then lu very cold water and then lu water that was almost boiling. After nil this cleansing it was washed In a small quantity of sterile water. This water when ana lyzed showed no less than 313 colonies of typhoid bacilli. Not satisfied with this discouraging proof of the futility of clean hands, the doctor proceeded to soak bis Infected finger tip In pure alcohol. Then he washed It again In sterile water. This time the unulysis of the wntcr revealed four colonies of typhoid bacilli. 'Another experiment ronde by Dr. Cummins was to rest a typhoid laden finger tip for Just au Instant on the surface of u bowl of soup. The soup was then allowed to stand Jtor twenty-fou- r hours. When tinallr lanalrzud it i revealed' nearly 40.000 typhoid bactill-tevery cubic Inch. New York American. o OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald....'. fl.3 ' 1.76'; The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 ' The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.56 The .kepublicah ana JJauy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 ' The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50" The Republican aud Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60., Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOwensbo-ro Twice-a-Wee- ri)ii?2l Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. ; YOUR .. Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And ruri Iktl U Ami i4. muim, mmmiiVi v1bmii oBtftruoa l Blktsiiriiti uirrwiTwiswMftiia iau .miiim lfc .44 ri4.Bok. U0 tIM, nun. vtrtttM i rMM. wm ftU J i LMtMBf Ul " XsMfTMMtl lutB .U n. P...LL.. auiiMivtj in. MMBOCrBMBT.socsrou. ILL. wmnatfiiimr. ttU m4W -, PrU THE KtCAU COJtfAfiV. 239 la 249 Wtil 37lh Sl. WW YOSC AND DCFENDEO. bvnainixiel.1 p 1 e inU u;l i pu rriiiru njrl.si. lux U oUula iU.uU, tlnuj iuac i courl.-lij-.i-u- , N ALi COUNTRICS. Jlmhr s iViftl with U'otAIton tuies tlmiA monry ,mj rjUn thtfottnl. Patent ind Infringement Practlca Exclusively. Wl ija or mraii tu Ul &t KtrMt, mt VnlUl BUU rt,Uni OOtt. I T10 D. C. WABIHWOTOW. PROCURED dl mva.it ... liuU.lor Kix mJWi TnAoc nnd Anrnnft quloklr lUirrliu'i nur oi'liiloii frua "hctlmr nil liivntillori l tToliiiily tilrn)nhl(, rommunlru. lloiunricliri "Ul loutlul. HAtiDEflOll uul'atoma lent (rev. Ol li'.I iiciiiirrforni.mnupiloMtH, I'ntouis i iou inniueii jiuiui a tpcclul noilrr, wil lima cuargp, lu tlio OVER 63 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Ff Itta Tl CopvniQHTS &c. rirtliny a rltrlrh doicrlpllnn may Dcsicns Marks y. obuuita la oUala PATENTS THAT PAL wlTtrUM tliwa Uuwoujfav, al our utwiitr, jiOTiIp uu to uca. S.DJ ip.1U pootooraluKU tor rnCC rtport on Hil.Mt.lJIlly, N yMrs pncUoa. SUR PASSING KtririCNCt. rrfrUttl(U all rtHii.u llliiflmlM wcily. lJirmt dr. I Mill"! Ul mi j rrici'iiu" jwuiim.i. . villi.. 9. H fin MurtnoniL, JL bolUbyall nenu'jlc-r.dW,, New York MUNN Co Scientific jmicrican. Alitii1omlr II Getting Ahead of Father. Thoughtful Quail. "Pardon me, II r. Brussey, but It is 11:30, uud I am obliged to say good The tourist who was anxious for game entered u western Texas hotel, night." paused nnd looked around. Then be "You consider 11:30 u late hour?" "It Isn't that so much, but father is quietly approached the desk aud adlying awake upstairs trying to think dressed the proprietor. "Any quail about this neighborof funny things to say about you like 'Why didn't you ask him to stay to hood?" "QualU" echoed the proprietor, with breakfast or bring lu the milk or sweep on the porch?' nnd I'm not go an Indulgent smile. "They have become ing to give him any such opportunity. so numerous around here that they are a nuisance. The cook complains that Good night Plain Dealer she can't throw :i piece of joast out of the kitchen window but four or five What She Wanted. fit quails light to see which oue slmll I.lbrsir. Attendant A foreign looking woman ciimeju today ami asked get oa It." UpplnioU'tt. for 'Cottage Cheoe." Filcnd-ll- a! Sharpening a Pocketknife. Did she lliluU the Miliary was a groCutlers have ceilnlu rule-- i for sharpcery store? I.. A. No: after some questioning I found nut Hint she want- ening razors, pocket knives, etc "A be razor." uie of ed "ScottHh Chlef,s."-Itot- ou " Tnniv laid Hatsaid the bone, because "nuiM liol It Is on ciipt. low giouml and icqulrcs a line edge Hut a pocUi'tl.'iill'e requites u stiff edge, Love of Nature. it ll.it After n man has lived In town about nud the iiioiiumh you lay miIUIiiiI on a side, twenty years. If he has any poetry in stone, ho us to touch the Injure the edge. It must be held at his soul, be beuliis to love the scenery ton angle of twenty to twenty-liv- e do buck on the old rami, which be didn't an gree nud liavu nn edge similar to a have time to look nt when ho vui . woiklug bUteeii hours a day. Toledo clilsel." the-craft- . other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. wrV ' New Times, New Things are giving At every farmers.' meeting one subject thrniM be way formula The old fertilizer to the new, - M liludc. Musical Nota. An "Old Oaken Ituelat" soit of poet ioiK'ltidus n poem. "Alt' ho I line the old piano still " Wo ull liku it still. People Vtitb old pianos should m.iku a note of this. .NtiW'Urte.iim Picayune. ti. r,.riii;-,,..- r,.r,.,,.i. that will furnish a balanced ration to the irup anil keep up the fertility tif the ioil. To do this the fertiliser should contain at least a much w4 TRADE-MARK- S preoiptly m , vt uu tM. W I Is Year Skin Clear as a Baby'a7 ... JI....1.M1 ui.th lliiiul.. BluULth riKkiA. ttuc. ei t mxia .ih i HEISKfcLLS tiller, llrtloi nlr. OlMTMtNT.uJkllU-rrt- l. Uf.tia ! IiOIiIOIuI'-"Him1Is,t4bV At PwUI I. mJ wl J.' JUlulK tin iuy -- V Skill. Son in Rolf enthusiast) Von must tic htiowledj'o, father. Unit It requires it great ileal of skill to drive a ball tt Old rnniier-Sliuf- Ui. liuuthed yards It don't retpihe half us miieh skill ti Uiw it does to drive a pig flfty ton TVutfii't'Iiit. . , DuukimltiiniiiblaluUiwntato Ol-I- O Savanth Stroot, WASHINaTON, D. O. .... iuu .a,!, .r.tu.va. . MiMWrait, ST wnn ll. NVlxtTwaT Cruel Comment. Very Propar, would IILe to see any nmn try to Hewitt iU nlwnyi", Mnsj at his klsH mo." 'Jewvit-WI- Mt W.lila MiJiitsJ worU. "Oh. nobody doubts you Would llfctv Howift ll 1 III n prnnd opera com It." Uultimoro Asiicilcan. i:my. New lorU Times. "I as rhosphoric Acid. Our note book lias condensed facts cential in farmers meetings and plenty of bjiacc to record the new 'things that you hear. Let us send one to you before your Institute meets. ... A ""I'i'v ' Hi(;w ' furnished by rtvjuest tit every institute lirliUimveraltuit;. iwii i Kuu lo Kim a supply ih'livwt-nveof cburi'r ito etry Imtitute, Uraiige or 1 jrnicri' Club Otfictriou rciiut-st-. It ioj.u!i;i tiihcrtl.iuE nutter. (iernitm Kuli Works!, Inc... Hru'adwiiv. New York' , t toltklick,CluM(.,H. WUtwi Culul IM I'll .t0r!mii,U. D'.ATrattMf .S.uua.Ci. d POTASH 42 f,rIHj,llj.u.. 2SC4!l(iitiU.SjFriKlUi T tichenor'S Cash Clearance Sale Beginning Thursday, Feb. 12, and Closing Saturday, Feb. 21, We Will Have Our Regular Cash Clearance Saie. 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 ail 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. SI ION'S VV SUITS. JSri.OO Suits $19. 50 Suits .' 18.00 f$l5.50 :f 16.00 ."515.00 iJJH.OO SS13.50 J51-S.n- sjll00 S5 9.O0 S.iOO i? Sale Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale .Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale Suits Sale and $12.00 Suits .Suits Sale Suits, Sale St 1.50 ' $12.75 $11.23 $11.00 $10.00 $ 8.25 O-2 WORK COATS. $1.00 CoatsSale $1.50 Coats Sale $2.50 Coats Sale $3.50 $3.25 $2.00 $1.50 00 $1.15 $1.80 $2.30 $2.00 $1.30 $1.15 73c $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $3.00 50c $1.00 Sale $ 7.25 75 $ COO $0.05 $7.75 $3.75 $3.00 $4.00 $7.75 Pants Pants Pants Pants CORDUROY PANTS. Sale Sale Sale Sale AND BOY'S HATS AND CAPS. lC.r.0 Overcoats J&13.50 Overcoats $ 9.00 Overcoats 5 8.00 dvercoats Sp 6.00 Overcoats !$ 4.50 Overcoats !? OVERCOATS. Sale Sale Sale r . . . Sale Sale Sale , $2.75 73 $4.00 93.2S 7.50 3G.00 5.00 $4.50, 44.00 53.50 S3.00 $2.50 52.00 iSlrSO Pants Patlts Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants MEN'S ODD PANTS. Sale Sale Sale Sale MEN'S Men's $1.00 Men's $1.50 Men's $2.50 Men's $3.00 Men's $4.00 Boy's .75 Boy's $1.50 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 Sale Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale ' .73c 10c LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN'S AND COAT SUITS. $14.00 Coat Suit Sale $20.00 Ladles' Coat Suit Sale $16.00 Ladles' Coat Suit Sale $ 8.50 Ladles' Coat Suit Sale $ 6.00 Ladles' Coat Suit Sale $14.30 Ladles' Coat Sale $13.23 Ladles' Coat Salo $11.00 Ladies' Coat Sale $ 1.00 Child's Coat Sale $ 4.00 Misses Coat Sale $ 2.00 Misses Coat Sale $ 1.90 Mibses Coat Salo $ 3.00 Misses Coat Sale $ 7.00 Misses Coat Sale $ 7.50 Misses Coat Sale $ 5.55 Misses Coat Salo $ 4.25 Misses Coat Salo LADIES' READY-MADE COATS $ 7.00 $10.00 $ 4.23 $ 3.00 $ 7.23 $ fl.50 $ 5.50 00 $ 2.23 $ 1.23 $ 1.23 $ 1.00 $8.00 $4.30 $4.50 $ 3.00 $.2.75 33c 10c 33c 75c 09c '.60c 10c c. Sc Salii, Safe. Sale Sale 7 Sale Sale RAINCOATS. $3.00 $2.75 $2.23 $2.00 $1.50 $1.15 TIES. $1.00 Ties Sale .50 Ties Sale 25c, 30c and 35c Tics 6c Calico Sale GINGHAMS, CALICOES, DOMESTICS. Gingham . . 8c Gingham 10c Gingham 12 c Gingham 10c Percale 12-Percale 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 Vi c Cotton Flannel 40c Wool Flannel . 35c Wool Flannel . ' 25c Wool Flannel Gc c 2-- 5c -- . Oc Men's and Ladies' Raincoats, regular price $3.75 $5.00 Sale SHIRTS AND SUSPENDERS. &c. Sale SS5c Dress Shirts 50c Work Shirts Sale . . , 51.00 Dress Shirts Salo $1.00 Wool Shirts Salo Ooy's 25c Outing Blouse Sale Boy's 2Cc Percale Blouse Sale Men's 50c Cotton Sweaters Sale Sale 3.fen's 50c Suspenders Men's 35c Suspenders Sale Men's 25c Suspenders Sale Sale Slay's 20c Suspenders Ooy's 15c Suspenders Sale BOY'S SUITS. Suits Sale Salo Sale Sale Sale Sale Salo Sale BOYS' KNEE PANTS. Sale Sftlo 7Jc Oc '. SKIRTS AND UNDERSKIRTS. $11.50 Brown Mixed Skirt Sale $7.30 $ 9.50 Black Panama Skirt Sale $6.00 $ 8.50 Blue Serge Skirt Salo $3.00 $ 6.00 Blue Serge Skirt Sale $3.75 $ 5.50 Gray Mixed Skirt Sale $3.50 .50 Underskirts Sale 80 $ 1.25 Underskirts Sale 03 $ 1.50 Underskirts Sale $1.10 $ 2.75 Underskirts Sale $1.00 $ 5.00 Underskirts Sale $3.00 $ .00 Ladles' Ready-Mad- o Waists Sale. .$2.00 $ 5.00 Ladles' Ready-Mad- e Waists Sale... $2.30 WOOLEN DRESS GOODS, SUITINGS, SILKS AND WAISTINGS. 30c Serge In all colors 30c 50c Ratine 30c 50q White Cashmere 30c $1.00 Serge, Novelty and Plain 73c $1.50 Blue and Black Crepe de Chine $1.10 40c Mohair 30c 30c Poplar Cloth, all colors 20c 25c Cotton Conduroy, all colors 18c 25c Novelty Ratine j . 18c 30c Russian Cord 10c 25c Poplin, all colors 10c 10c Suiting, all colors' 7c 16 Suiting, all colors . ,10c 25c Mercerized Crepe 10c 20c Kimono Goods 12J4c 25c Kimono Goods ioc 35c Kimono Goods 25c 15c Pongee ioc $1.00 Black Satin 7$c $1.00 Black Taffeta Silk 75c 50c Silk, n blue 30c $1.00 Tan Silk Walstlng OOc 35c Jeans 23c 2-- 7Hc 40c 40c 75c 75c 10c 10c 30c 37c 23c 10c 12c Oc 7c 8c ' Oc lllc 8c 8c Be ) 23c lie 20&c 23c .'12?$c 8c 10c 80c 23c 20c NOTIONS, HOSIERY, &c. 25c Barrettes Sale 50c Barrettes Sale 50c Back Combs 25c Back Combs 20c Bnck Combs 50c Lndles' 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 25c Belt Pins 25c Brooches 25c Scarfs Hair Switches up to $5.00 $3.00 Ladles' Hand Bags 50c Ladles' Hand Bags 50c Wool Scarfs 26c Wool Scarfs 25c Overgalters 60c Leggings 50c Corsets $1.00 Corsets 6c Feather-Stitche- d Braid $1.50 11 quarter Cotton Blankets $C.OO Wool Blankets 50c Half Hose . .' 25c Half Hose 20c Half Hose 15c Half Hose 10c Half Hose 50c Hose ". 25c Hose 15c Hose 10c Hose 23c Misses Hose . . .' 20c Misses Hoso .. : .iffti . .'. 1 5c Misses Tan Hose fcr.'I'fV. . 15c .Misses Black Hose 10c Misses Tan Hose '. -- trie 25c jc mc ioc :Wc Re ' $1.00 snc 50c 03c jmc tOc 30c ne 9c ioc i9c t9c 't $l'.75 $2.00 33c sac lpg 3BC 3QC isc goc 3c $1.15 $4.30 30c Oc 13C t. K. He 7c .,37c 20c He . 7e 10c . 10c i.... : ioc .".lie Oc 37.50 Suits 37.00 Suits tftf.OO Suits f5.00 Suits 54.00 Suits q.2 5 Suits 52.50 Suits 33,50 Pants S2.00 Pants $1.50 Pants Pants .75 Pants 50 Pants $0.00 $3.25 $4.75 $4.00 $3.50 $2.75 $2.25 $1.73 $1.75 .' '.$l-.50- MILLINERY. ANYTHING YOU MAY WANT FROM THIS DEPARTMENT IN THE WAY OP HEADWEAR WILL BE SOLD TO YOU AT EXACTLY HALF) GOOD ASSORTMENT TO SELECT PRICE. FROM. DON'T FORGET THIS DEPARTMENT WHILE YOU ARE AT THIS SALE. CARPETS 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 ANTJ LINENS, Ac. Linen Linen Linen Linen Linen $1.00 Linen 25c Linen Toweling 10c Linen Crash 10c Crash Toweling 6c Cotton Towoling $8.00 $7.00 $5.00 84. 50 $4.00 $5.00 ' RUGS. 10c 20c 63c 39c OOc Salo Salo Sale Sale $1.15 73 50 .40 30c 30c 30c 78c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 75c 75c 20c lpc India 15c India 25c India 25c Irish 50c Irish 7Hc 10c 10c' 10c 30c 75c 19c EMBROIDERIES, 5c Embroidery 10c Embroidery 50c Embroidery 35c Embroidery 25c All Over Lace 36c All Over Lace 50c All Over Laco 75c All Over Lace $1.00 All Over Laco $1.40 All Over Lace 10c Laco 7 1 c Lace 6c Laco 10c Band Trimming 12 TRIMMINGS. LACES. 4c 8c 85c 23c , Sty: lc 35c Bc TBc mc , .'.'.'7c ;....5c KcBand Trimming Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band ,4c 8c UNDERWEAR. Sioy's 50c Heavy Fleece Union Suits Stteses 50c Ribbed Union Suits ladles' 50c Ribbed Union Suits GJ&flies' $1.00 Ribbed Union Suits Cmttea' 50c Vests 'todies' 50c Pants Elian's 50c Fleeco Undershirts 3Aen's 50c Fleece Drawers.., 'ALsn's 50c Ribbed Drawers Mini's 50c Ribbed Shirts Vrtan's $1.00 Wool Shirts "Ken's $1 .00 Wool Drawers 'oy's 30c Underwear $2.00 $1.15 30c $3.50 $1.50 7Hc 7J4c 4c SEWING MACHINES. WE STILL HAVE A FEW WHITE SEWING M1CHINES LEFT AND WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT $23.00. THIS .MACHINE IS SOLD 1IY AGENTS AT S71I.00 AND AVE ASSURE YOU THAT THE I'ltlCIJ ABOVE REPRESENTS A LOSS TO US. THIS SALE. ir vor sv.r.u a machine nvv one during TRUNK'S AND TRAVELING BAGS, &c. Trunks -- Sale $0.00 TrunLb- - Sale $3.00 Trunks Salo $3.25 Trunks Sale $2.75 Trunks Salo $2.50 Suit Case Sale . J $3.50 .$1.2." Suit Cnse Salo 08 $3.50 Traveling Bag Salo $2.00 $5.00 TruoliiiK Hag Sale $3.50 15c 20c 25c 30c 35c 40c 50c 75c Trimming Trimming 8c 10c 15c u Trimming Trimming Trimming Trimming Trimming Trimming lBc 23c 30c 33c 50c WATCHES AND CLOCKS. Elgin. $17.00 case Elgin, $21.00 caso Elgin, 20-- y Hunting Case $21.00 Elgin, $10.00 caso $ 6.00 Elgin, Nickel Cnsu ,95c Alarm Clocks $ 1.25 Alarm Clocks el el 20-yc- ar 20-ye- ar ol 20-ye- ar J'' $10.75 $11.50 $11.50 $ 0.00 $3.50 firs n.t As is our custom, wo will give away without cot to you somo valuable prizes. The first prize will bo 5.00. the second $8.00, tho third $2.00. The ono having tlio unost tickets when sale closes will bo given 5.00. Each dollar puichasc secures a ticket and each dollar paid on account secures two tickets. Jn addition lo this lv special' arrangements with The Moore Liverax Co., we will, later, give away a $20.00 Elgin Watch. lie sure to get coupons for the watch during sale. A S10.00 coupon ftiven with the purchase of each bottle of JNlouro's Liverax at r0c. By special arrangements with a Safety Razor Co., during this sale only, we will sell you a $1.00 safety razor, and a package of blades that sell for 25 cents, all for 25 cents. By mail 80 cents. Any of the above features should interest you. Wo have endeavored to ho our prices that they may interest every customer. We rely solely on our prices, the inducements offered, and, the quality of each article, to make our Oa'hh Clear-at- wi Sale a success where other like sales fail. AVe give you advantage of prices above, which we frankly say you get from no other merchant. Wo believe you will save :Oie difference and trade witit us. Be sure to bo with us during the sale and we advise you to come early and come each day. The moro money you spend with us the unora you save for youttolf and family. We. will expect you. ar-rawgo ECI ( S. J. TICHENOR, n - McHenry, Ky. v-- '