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HAKTFIIK1I MAN HARTFOfcD, OHIO COUNTY, given up hope of getting hud nil the others." back, as Kt., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1W4. No. 32 H of getting 7c a pound for .tobacco you pals and started to have some fun had to pay 21,000 dollars, and then STATE TREASURER with tho "Jays." . goes on and offers to do all this ,"That Is tho monument of tho sua business for 2 of' 1 nct. Well wa Babies Barred by Parcel Post. who Idlscovcred America," ho grinned, AGAINST ROCK don't care much for this criticism, KILLS HIMSELF winking at his pals. HAS CLOSE CALL Washington, Kcb. 1C Babies are for the Amcrclan Society ot Equity "Who was ho?" questioned one ot mailable. Tho postofflco Depart-nioi- it not in Is a great and noble organization and i'lV the ministers. so holds In on edict today barall that "'Is bl hearted man ban "He ho he. Hl3 name was was " post. tho Kentuckians Almost Lose ring them from arosoparcel a request Big Excursisn Boat Almost said reminds us of tho story ot tho New York Graft Inquiry "Washington,' suggested his paj. over Tho" question ox down in Texas, when the gnat "Yes, that Js the monument at "" Ul postmasterg at Stratford. Okia- Swept Over Falls. a Drives Officer Insane. lit on his horn and asked tho ox If Christopher Washlngtton. Great man! Lives nff Flnrirla ruljn-- uy th0 dcparUllwlt homa tor-ho hod any objection to his being And that .buldlng you see down as to wltothor a patron of his office (4l there, when the noble animat remarkl,tlf1 llV tliero Is not a part of tho depot. Vt I iltfl nr.lll.1 nn.itrl fl t L'i Harry Summers of EHzabethtown, parooi post from Twin Fails, Idaho, o Carried 125 Passengers For New ed, "I should not have known you Investigation Shows There Was Is a part of tho postofflco bulfcUas. were there If you bad not told md." You "00, thousands . of carloads ot Stratford Orleans Mardi Gras But wp will not criticise the plans Nothing Wrong With His and John Moore, of Hartford mall come n hero every mlauto Tho postmaster Mas greatly puzzled ht ofanyfman till wo know what they and it takes millions of trucks Jo-becauso ho could find nothing In tho All Saved. Have Thrilling Experience. Accounts. are, so we will ask the gentieman to haul 't up to the postofflco bulMteg regulations covering such a case. So Just submit .hia plans and then vro When that building Is CM ho roforred it to tho Postofflco Depart Ifr will ibo free to offer Just such critplotod it la fourteen storlos under ment. It was itho first time tho Now York, Feb. 18. State Treas- tho ground and twenty-si- x Loulsvlllo, Ky., Fob.' 17. En route icism as we think we should, we wish above-th- ere hnro had boon asked 'to rule The following proa despatch from will be pneumatic tubes. OpSt. .Petersburg. Florida, will be of upon tho question, and it caused a from Pittsbiirsh to Nqw Orleans with to say we have noticed ithis artla'o urer John J. Kennedy committed suiIntercut .to our readers, many of whom Jailtd sensation. A hurried conaulta - 'a MaAll Gras patty of 123 aboard, of Kir. McAdams .becauso it was ad- cide In Buffalo yesterday shortly erated .by air running from steamer Queen City was caught dressed to tho A. S. of EJ and this after noon on the eve of his exam- building to all of the ten thousand know and are personally fond of their Uon of officials resulted and after 'cronco to tho parcel post regulations , ' the swift current of the Ohio river organization was brought into bdlng ination ln the John Doe Graft Inves- office buirldinKs of Uncle. Sam. Well. T. Moore. fellow citizen, Mr. John Desperately balling with buckets or I it was discovered (that tho Oklahoma at i:ju ociock xnis morning, ana to protec the farmer and of course tigation ln this city, but this will they will throw a traln-W- ,l of Kftil with anyllilng tliat would hold water, postmaster was right, that tliore was was awe.' against tho wicket gates this covers the tobacco grower. Now if not halt tho Inquiry Into his office into tho chute and in lees than two' of tho Kentucky ehute, sinking in Mr. McAdum'8 plan would force all and affairs. seconds it Is taken out of the sacks", ultU Jiaf these on boat so seasick nothln? In thsm covering the case. tobacco or this District to go to Tills was indicated today .by mem- sorted out, and laid on the desk of any work, a tarty Postmaster Gen- eight foot of water. they could not lo Sooond assistant When the monster excursion boat Owensboro to be sold certainly wo bers ot the Assembly Graft Investlgat the million clerks who work for Uncle of eighteen men, many of them well- - eral Stewart, therefore, decided that ar crashed into the wicket gates, but would not want his plan, for it was lng Committee, known as the Sul- Sam. Wonderful", hain't it, 'straog-from all human beings and live animals known atid wealthy visitors few of the 123 souls aboard realized ccntrailzinl effort that brousht about livan committee, era?" the North, fought for more than an barred from tho malls. y It was said that the committee "Yes, that Is wonderful," repged exception, however, Is tho thclrdanger. Somo bad already re- conditions which oppressed the toTho ono hour Jn tho gulf to keep, their boat from Blnklng under then? In water queen bee, which is the only living tired and when awakened rushed to bacco grower and to defeat that would probably authorize an imme the D. D. from Covington, "but they following its are putting up a building dow (a forty foot deep. In the party were creature that can enjoy tho prlvll-Harr- y the deck in scanty attire. Others which the SoclotyonEquItr 'atands diate investigation, were in the cabin danolnK, and whan for today, but come on with iyour meeting ln Albany tonight to select Cincinnati Ohio, xthe. homo ol &' Sommers, editor of tho Eliza- - efes of the parc;l post. the distress whistle sounded a num- plan and let us see, and then we twill counsel for Its graft hunt. Assistant f resident. Tan, that's got you skinbothtown (Ky) News; John T. Moore, consider whether under that propositi District Attorney ber of womon 'rew hysterical. John Klrkiand ned a city block. Wh?n thoy dug Old Coin. tho Bank cf Hartford, Ky.; cashlrr of cxperi- - pW iwhcn put in practice we could Clark, of this oity, 'is ihe' most ' Despite tho nervp-mckln-g foundation, 'they had to dam the' OW F. O. and C. C. N'orcross, .wealthy Esquire lion F. Rico found a silver enco ofKl?lns demand and obtain 7c for tobacco, " candidate for counsel and will River forty mliqs witfc J,ruftJj fro,m lumbcr men of Tennessee;. Prof. near the jaU Wednesday datM warm night, as the "ontlaman admits we got last probably got the appointment. coffer" dams. When' they put up (to In the dead , , ,, of tmker. former State Librarian E,ntr we .want tho just Speaker the Colorado; J. P. Fofgcr. of Chatta- - good' ,uck unIeas wc arp greatly mis- ' th Pengers year and perhaps to suggestefforts Assembly, Thaddeus C. Sweet, of Dis- flagstaff they had to punch a Mte who conferred Hvlbh uc y,uucu here' that the untlrlnK thrpugh the clouds. They've had oae U noora. ono of tho wealthiest men v .n . ifiii, t, the South, and others who are prom- - ccntSj this one has an eaglq on one Clty's crew and superior officers dis of theqo men that are classed as trict Attorney Charles Whitman re- fellow . counting the stories of'tfut ' jsldc and tho Godcss of liberty on played superb discipline, and while usufcroj covetous, and withal very garding the graft hunt Sunday aright, building for two weeks, and whe I lnen in Jtiholr homes. arrangements were belns made to hard follows, and that cost the to- is one of those .who urged the Ken- )eft home to come to Washington J For nearly an hour tho party iwas tho other. It pa supposed Jo have 'conduct the terror-strcke- n posses- - bacco growers tho enormous sum of nedy investigation. see t- - sfghfij, he was only half-nja- jr t nnrf VMWt fit Immi tnof Km, Tfilfro. At tfllrlff aTlrl t:futt I ImmliutHt itnnim 21,000 dollars, (and maintained re"Ho is one of try best friends," up, Guess hell have them couaCfea r 2-sm ceiving points close to home) brought he said, "but since he took his life against I get back, arid I'll write- rtfsd hysterical reassuring women and to" line growers of this same tobacco the day before, be was to be ques- tell you how high that bulldlns is.". ' .er, as they expected tho boat to frightened men that there was no many times 21,000 dollars that you tioned concerning the affairs of (his The friends of the big poltceMui was pilnk imdcr thorn. A heavy sea nflDE Captain Leper wlfl .never bo able to got if you un- office. and his connection with the were geing Interested. They gum Immediate danger. running so that -- ven with tuq life f fj Unl 1 UH UUHIi Instructed the passengers to don Ufo dertake to sell without pooling, so bond business, I think his friends each, other a knowing look and wlak-o- d preservers thoy woukl liavc stood llt- preservers, as a precaution for wo wiil stop just "ncro till wo have will demand that an inquiry be made. at the policeman. tie cliunco of iing saved, no boat IN DAMAGE SUIT anoUieVhaptor from the philanthrop- I am Bure that everything will' be "Wall, gentlemen," drawled the danger. up. being at all like' to pick thqm found in proper shape'." It was probably duq to tho re- -' ic .mlnd'of Mr. McAdanis. preacher from Plko County'" "'"ap 4Tue"tide was golnn out and the boat ,S. U. ROBERTSON, State Secy. Mr. Sweet said the Sullivan com- whar I live they aont go, Very .aiiweh sourccful and Instantaneous rescue cUlf. whh bclnR carried Into the work of itho fe savlnK crew under mittee should .make the Investiga- on bis houses, but when it xce The party set out in u launch caii- - Court'Room Turned into Cheering the ' Wants To Know. command of Captain Gllooley tion. DistrlK Attorney Whitman wis to. terbacker barns I've got you' alt', la ed tho Safe and Sane. The boat that all tho passengers were escort shocked at 'the news of the suicide, skinned a mile. 'My Uncle John bsUt Throng Jury Out Odly Centcrtown, Ky. Feb. 14. Editor owned In Tampa, bat lias, been tied ed to Bafety. Not a slnglo passenger 'Kennedy. He sa.'d that he. had no him a "backer barn outen this greea Republican. I have just read the of engaged in takup at Ten Minutes. nor piece of baggage was reported evidence against Mr. Kennedy and water-elan' when the sun' ''gta-te- r list of claims allowed by tho Fiscal merely ing parties to tho grouper ""banks. missing. When the Queen City was Intended to ask Jits nustlnoa shine, an' the birds 'gin ter BiagV Court and was greatly surprised at She Is forty feet long and wide of seen to bo In peril, the life savins l im money it takes to about crtaln information which had an' the rain 'gin ter fall like ! with two pivilnca. Thev were immediately. the amount of . Fob- - 18- -A gentle smiles that play on the Mb" ver' crew got Into action . ktaJna run tho county. I do not wish to reached him. Kenneiiy about ten int.es In the gulf, Jryln-Two skiffs of.tho life savers were question any here insisted of a mounting Kal when ,ye'ro 'teat Friends of Son-tji- q of the claims but would tho coral bottom, .where diet in favor of United Stotes to locate river, with ,double shot Into that his suicide must have been due ter kiss her that dinged barn tooit know grouper (Ire found, when some- - ator Thmoas P. Goro was returned aiiAorl Ttin the ffa - just, like to Bet forwhat benefits the to a sudden spell, of insanity. "- ..u ...k nneannrrAra linrl nrt tax payers root an' 'gin tor grow. Uncle Joka'd . I .1 kln . J .... their money. I """ --t'" V" 'we touay in tno suit oi iirs. aim- 800m,r reached tbe dockB when they also think Jt would be of interest to The suicide of Kennedy occurred go out In the mornln' an' find Cfce "S The ropubad been busy cutting up nIe E. U(ma, against him to recover heard the reassuring shout from Cap-bahe (had a majority of the people to have soite at the Markeen Hotel, whereabout a door 'bou lorty rods fu'ther 4ew and the. crew were all on deck jso.ooo damaecs for an alleged bs-i- ., .., , A ' Mkilft UUWVJ AMD UVMM lived with his family for 4MAt D4Tf UiQ iu the lane' than it was when he. meat items explained. For, instance, handling the boat, so that the wa- mado on her ln a Wa8ntllg. aaw, ftlongalde tho qu cHy. of the year. He was found in a small lav to toed. That barn growed an' ,gJw- wore the duties of our Finance tcr had ga ned conslderablhcadwai ton hotel last March. scantily dressed passengers suf- - what atory of the hotel ball-roowith his ed till It covered Uncle John's' lje- noticed that there The Jury was ony out ten mln- that cost us three hundrud before anybilly fersd lntenseiy from iXh0 com. The Committer cut and an open razor lylne ty an! artod over on his nelchMCSr I was under tbe impression throat dollars. was a leak. j uts. CU8tomary ot "women and chll- on the floor beside, him, his juguQar an' when I left home to corajj ts that the Fiscal Court managed mat-ten- s Despite the efforts oT. the bailiffs dren f The boat was half full of water nd waB ahs(rvod, It' surely didn't cost vein having been ( severed, and death Washington to see the monument of finance. when It was discovered. TJhe party at to muintaln order, when tho last woman ana ChHd aboard' was safely occurred before a doctor arrived. ! Christopher Washington who bail, words of the vcillct, "in .favor of seen ashore before jnan onteixU tho us that much to .borrow money to once" turned to and began to a John A. Hennessy, who was Gov- klverod, America, an' pay a visit "'SO' county. Possibly one of the wero read, the .fe hoat8 The tralnt'd and muscular run tho The engine was dead, as It was iart- - tho defendant," ernor Sulzer's investigator of condi- our congressman, Jobji Laugley committee will enlighten us. ly covwod by witer, and the boat ( crowd, which used tho capacity of Ufa, .avers of the Louisville crew ' traveling tions In the State departments, saidn farmers hxji laid aside thar feuds) Another item of $120 for was fbouBced around in, the, heavy., thee puriroom, turned Into a cheer- -' workT tlroleasLv until everv uassdn- today that he .could not believe Ken-- rifles, an' started ln to dcadea, W Expenses of our road engineer which the" lug throng. It was .orderly; bufc no a(Us to Buch an extent that half ashore. Thon they fly's suicide .had been prompted by varmint of a barn."1 Bor was tbe Legislature thought wo needed, the investigations now under way. inenT"wero soon seasiCK. Mr. com- - wm dotcrmined to give vent Jo tneir m oHuini ,.!,, r car cane .alJust then an ex mef and others who. were set af- - feelings. Tnoso displeased with tlhe and ciothing for tho frozen passen- - but which tho people think an "As far as we could discover," ong and the preachers made pwd Juxury at a $1,000 salary a pensive e way to uie gera of ooax Du - asuet loroea neir icotqj oy jno mouon Hennpssy said, "Kennedy was no their escape. As they- - turned (be, or--' s,taemcr. e ban to ball. They workql hard.tcar- - doors, and left In stklnce amid the The iboat is now lying ln ctehit feet jear. I don't believe our roads are more than a figurehead. He had no nor they looked back and saw fhe-any better or any stralghter than jus up tho flooriiiB so that everybody Imntrrlns of tho senator's friends, of- - water on level rock bottom with moro to do with tho matters now other policemen beating their 4 they wero before we had him. could got a chance io work, but the j Senator Goro heard itho juryls as her hog chains broken. As far under investigation than one ot his the back with thJr clubs--- he I think everyone Is agreed that kept gaining in spite of ov- without change of counte- - could be definitely ascertained no office boys." fainted. orythlng thq men could do. With the nance. Mrs. Goro was tho first to 8eriOU8 damage was Mono to her hull, wo need better roads but there Is water earning Bteadlly and the beat grasp his hand. When she turned, Uoat officials announce that the work soveral Idlfferent opinions about the Death of Mrs. Thos. Greer. Horse For Sale. ten miles from shore, a:l the pn- - hlio shook hands with Henry Car- - of -- ajging tho Btoamor will bo start way to Pot them. Somo think they Mrs. Amanda Greer, wife of Mr. should bo drug with a split log drag Work horse for saio on time. Call elno dead, it look(J llko thoy luul piiitrr, foKmam and tears wero on at onco. Tuo Quecn city is 233 Thomas Greer, died very sudden! no chance to get back homo. After both herself, and the aged TTarmro's foot long an(j fiftynfivc wide. She and that tho farmers should drag at Hartford Mill Co., Hartford, Ky. at her homo nnir Ueda last Monthpm "gratis," which sounds nice. ..,. i i..ji lmir mi hour's luird work the 'water chci'lis. ii. ,....ri ,v. day attcrncon. She had been In bad ' Ul toiiig "Tho verdict confirms my faith trjra for many seasons. Government t!1,l,lgl1, l was ljc:U steady, tho gain tht'f wo"ld UUnf: Took Them For Jays. health for Somo tlmo but was able, (and perhaps they lyuo min- - tlu.t truth will triumph." said Sen- - offjcora uoppo.1. but It as forty-flv- o 6". A. L. In Western havo orforod tndr Christian Ad to be up iuid was moro cheerful " "" ""'" "' " ""' vocate, n itra i.i.rr " thu liallers boiain to i:an ator Uoio. "I nover for a moment In mla tlm UUt'U-1- fTlfv VjlkY. LUU 1U IU1BIIIK " than usual on tho day she Hied. Fu- "" !." wuirr. ...... long '"Id ot think that they were taxed Attn mom Vhaii mi doubted tho outcome at tho hands Although preachers from tho Blue. nora sen iccp wero held by Rov. B. - nongh already It it was economic Two of our ravel wot-- r "S...'" the uiumut,r .n. mhircd fcoththat tho of .tho- of4 the of From im,-.-r tlmo tho iurors left the .v.... .,. iiiwn.T uuaivwuiu tjw-- i .. llsea' 1 w"h soveral other Pro- - Grass Stato landed lu Washington w. Napier at Mt , llerhion. church , cause -- i n. t City ns delej&ates tp'tho AntlSa- - Wcdnc6Iay at L' o'clock p. m. after room Mr. Bond sat ellently leaning 8tco," t,Uy and rontllUU tho trIp to mld bo located. jtroublo on Convention. They, of which the burial took placo att the W. It was found that tho" crnnksluift. on u table, scribbling on a pleco of N orica.vs. A score of tho pass.lfor way our county affairs wero run. course,' d VI not look us though thoy church cemetery. Mrs. Grcor was a .', ....... ......... ..,! , ........ ..H- - inn fiudonod with n- set- - -IMUHT. Sho fiecmod in no hasto to UIlUll ..... ,J,UU1IMJ11 u l.itl ... UIUI'I tho stepped from the pulpit; good woman, a consistent momber III K2ll With l'alth in a wlsvr and moro ec- had Just scenV, lu.vi pulled out, leaving u hoik icuvo tho room unxti approaonue iuy to iNow Orleans by they had not: tluy had Just of tho M. E. Church. South, and her couu-- t in.fiict, onomical administration of our iiirin.ja, wat'n suo rusu, ami wheru ilie proie!er snail ueiongiu. death Is mourned by tho entire com-An- d, loft tho al fall's, 1 wl'.l close. Defends A. S. of E. Through this hole, moro than Inch walked away with them and her hus-not ury flush munlty. since they wero I A TAX PAYER. ln dlumeten tho wator pouixil into naim. Wo notice. Jn Owensboro Inquirer v.lth "tips," tho usual perfuntorny Closing Day At Sarvis Hill. ti.n hfi.Lt. When it was found tliat whisk-brooot Feb. YJ, a lot ter addressed to th stunt and stove-polis- h Corn and Tomato Clubs. Fiscal Court. tholceak.wati throuh this hole thol A. S. of E. and to poolers 1H General, Prof. L. U. Tujlor closid a tJKiti'lsc, were dlKpotibod with when stopped. -- The Tho Ohio ounty Fiscal Court met 'Urid signed by Mr. S. L. McAdams, ln flow of water soon-wa- s All Iioj'jj and girls In Ohio Coun- tho benodlctlon, "WnsliliiKton! Eer succcfeful fcchcol at this place Fb, boat.'huvlng two engines, as). lib" t Monday ami was in so'hslon three h bleu Jn wrltts to bring tho iUiins ty lliat desire to Join thq llojs Corn body oqt!" was pronouncrd. 13. The per ccut of cnrollhieut bas- with nil' Uie magistrates pros- - of tho A. 8. of K. into disrepute, nnd and "immpkuV club, and the Girls' to sit back to Thcy found tholr wiiy through thq ed on census ftarf 100. Tho per cent engine, Utch ont. Settling tho niaunor of working! attempts though thu Hecond to persuade the tobacco' Catmlnx club. wHo am" between the tfassal depot to tlw street. Thwo of attendance baaed on ceiwus. ijarf lui4rV('cn we.t and splashed with wa- - tho. roads was the only question of growers that this orsanlzatlon lajujs of 12 and 18 JuclusUve, 'will they stood stricken with wond,?!'. Pror. Taylor will Uln a- spring, ter, had to bo drlod anil cleaned be- - Importauce before the body. After 'guilty of practices that should not plcuce tilo their names and ages with and several other things thoy had term for the advanced gradt'S Feb. ti. fore -- it would run. The ( sale tM considering tho matter from every bo tolerated, hq paid, "It has boon mo by Murch lGth, 1911. Suitable pre. never seen In tho Kentucky Mo'un;JlIo will have a large class' of pro-taiSams urnped mio tno pur at mas- - stanapomt. It van finally decided to ' uald, ho that hastcneth to bo rich Is niiunjs will be awardwl thei winners, moutlis tby gresslvo studunts uud wo are afitiel-WcWith wlde-ope- ji auU everybody was thank- - kt the rctkl wprlOng In sections, and not wise and that tho avarlcous man m cacli boy and girt who Joins ,,,"' . gualug at the monument of well paUiig somo flue work, ful wheu they stopped onto the pier. ' by contract. Tho sections will be laid troubled bis whot household. And will bo furnhihed fn of cbarf,oin- - Judglnc from" Wa garb, they did not( Mr. Taylor has been wlUt u. Uo. Mr Sonimars was iu St, Peters- - ouw by tho county engineer In from afalu ho says ihat jn )xxllng we en- - fonuation'wlth 'rcfcrcuco' to rule etc., know whether ltY was the monument j ears' attJ. wo are glad to havo tho' urgtoday and told of tho excWnf ( two to fivo wlt Jn length and cv- -' courage covctousucse, unid he weujd'and siKh other Information as.. thty of a priest or pope, when a friendly promhw of his scrvlcs-- a for the u-j- one whj no uiven u cnance, to bid 'make ua out a pretty bard bet. pna dftiire. free pf charK. I who top ani saja no iw miwa n to have a buIdk years of 19H-1A 1'UriL. deep-se- a 'tjlfe j?u thaV last ui ua ;au v.ri. SO. B. W1LSO.V, J. O. C. C, jijil heart) motioned for two of bU, for .the salte iitvais. uit bw jc QUEEN CITY Cnat V ?Jt n. at I 11k-o- ly ie ,.,, m m.. w' ' "., n. w2 2 SLS.rskr " -firTfinVrflD - ".5 VTJZSscsz en 1,1 - Pass-a-GrJIl- e, u.-- clt' , r.. 4..t,v. ' ni,t. i.., j' it, V! 1 m ,- t t ,o fafy ill-fat- h,. up-to- oi-xn- ttr pl a4 ,rW -- 1 -- ,0 no j V """ " -- r- Z n''y f1" fJZ 3H;h0 r- "r . vy Pass-a-GrlU- e, - ns. ro -- 0. ' '' V W 4V i wling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, - KENTUCKY. leaving school, and The students who went to positions in July and August will earn $60,000 in their first year after this is almost $50,000 more than they ever made in- any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six. A course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand. Stenotypy. Telegraphy, Railroad Acthey multiplied their earning-powe- r counting, English, Pentranship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. rite the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, tsssfBE."1" ,........1,,,..,11sMMMsjsjjiijjjiiiijjiiiiiiiijjiii Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. A famous Old Paper. It would be dllllcult to find a paper with a more romantic history than La Gaette de Hollanile. in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries statesmen of the first rank were her contrChesterfield and Fredibutors-Lord erick the Oreat. king of Prussia, to name but two of an Illustrious roll. During the war of Independence Wash-Ingto- n sought the sympathy or Europe through Its columns, lu 1SIO it was tern pora lily suppressed by Napoleon. In Its modern form Li Carelte has accomplished good work In making the Netherlands and her colonies better known beyond their own boundaries. MB & Jtesh i damaged themselves in much as they BY BABOONS Adventure Wherein the Mnnter Was .Hunted. (SEMKX 0F;A CURIOUS BATTLE JWCaoifflnit, Which Was Forced Upon Resolved Itself Oa&caxl. Jving Avalanche That Swept .CwMn-Sh- e Mill A Lucky Escape. i t T, titeXaShoring Brutes, 4 South Africa, n wltos. I left Muugwe one Al7lcrAan In company with a couple of inwfi fxto were traveling up country. "VOrantiri.tita slow canter through the grows for amtcxfv your grass very long lu often. None head vUntz-aex-U-a gnu or even u revolver. v feiid were sjamboks. whl)s JUH single strip of hippopotamus JHc--jibstout enough to malm u man SSftbcMtow were well directed. TBfcjrwcw about n tulle below the only jwiBMiAe smith of the Matoppo hills stlsWtSea-ft.-through to Bulawuyo. to-- savv that the grass on our NRfa;ilM5lug disturbed over a pretty wwf-aa-,iii)out of cuYloslty we rode 9Ce (found out that the grass alive with hundreds of ha- Hwis.icarciiing, toward the hill. TShK: wane lrown baboons and gray IVnttwtcrcanfl baboons almost black, big baboons, mamma rnleiuinuiiiy baboons and old zynau&Zai&i almost white with age. We ORtfS, .iii our horses and watched TJIrj7&ofwed no .fear aud no desire to jC a'jwsaiuted with us. They looked !!p!xer thulr shoulders, the uiaiu-niiwsed their babies tighter, and their pace. !rT'rafcucd have let tbcm'nass, hut T& .i?ht to fellows suggested in a spirit si: ihat we should help theiu jxuxr rssfore you could say "knife" ztsf i&snn of us were In among them zuuhSispzn to slash with our sjamboks TCHnsiZtTriisiii eorre-natotttd tried to keep their nails away from my eyes aud face and throat, and together we rolled Over aud over and 1 was down the slope of the hill. scratched and bleeding In a dozen places and my clothes were torn to shreds, but somehow I was not bitten was too very badly. Perhaps the great for nny accurate work! So we bumped and rolled dnwnhlll first I on top. then the baboons on top. then nt last a rolling ball of baboons with me Inside. 1 was too scared eren to think of death, although If 1 had been alone death was certain. All nt once I heard the sound of hoofs that scrambled over the rocks, shouts In the English tongue and sjamboks that whistled as they lashed round. Baboons turned to HI my things and took wlug. as. aved. I fainted. Youth's Com1 did me. panion. , uricCt Memory's Pleasure. From the crushed fjnwpr of gladness on the road of life a sweet perfume Is wafted over to the present hour. Rich-ter- . Sud-dwf- l; If a man would dm go to sea. learn to pray, let proverb. d .? Miur'-ocT'tt- A Winter Cough. X stubborn, annoying, depressing cough hangs on, racks the body, weakens the lungs, and often leads to serious resuJts. The first dos of Dr. King's new discovery gives relief. Henry D. Sanders, Of Cavendish, Vt., was threatened with consumpHe tion, after having pneumonia. writes: "Dr,.; King's .ttew Discovery ought to he in every family: It Is certainly the best of all medicines for coughs, colds or lung troulde." Money Good fr children's coughs. back If not satisfied. Price oOc and ?1.00. At all Drugists. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or m St. Louis. Creating Business. sniU-.bimatioasbr boons Th Some who undertake to show that allowed tlielr teeth, hut iiov "the gun isn't loaded" Immediately vrrvtlwaiited to attack us. We were provide' occasion for undertaking of svSv fti icrag as we were mounted. another sort. S7tjatj jsou they came to a clump of tried to .climb. But ;! were thorny and they had The King of All Laxatives. Jtwajwe fit Ajf. Then they started for For constipation, use Dr. King's citer liCd'; ajr-'in-. of OTe.fcuc-- them right to the foot of New Lifo Pills. Paul f m. Ai'is. ujut there we had to stop, for Buffalo, N., V., says they, are the UMfaroocOS not take our horses over the "king of all lasatlvus. They are a 'naa-.The baboons swarmed up like bleslng to all mys family and I al.nmtWfcBBs. A didn't stop to think, but ihouie." Get a keep a box igtriEfciyt horse and after them. My ways and! get well at again. Price 25c. box 1 tMrtaBs-citleiio me to stay where Drugists or by mall vemxi, dtrat 1 was up that hill almost At H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or .suiajH&f?.asithe baboons were. in ' j&d&itA-olSt. Louis. umu baboon was i made a rush for him. He 1 Mb, crtiu. cut at him with the Another Complaint Recorded. tin only bared his teetlt and A woman journalist tclla us that In rnuEiiuJ. .1 looked round. On every a collection of recent poetry there rsGe wereWg men baboons, and each are poems of dust, rags, litih and tea. caught Ids eye. aud that "woman alone has f.tlled to Tuvwtt tzi cteeth as TtkS fiitd ti Intention to run away fan the poetic fires." She attributes it Trim tun or to let tne get away from to the fact that woman has descended from her pedestal Into thu 'hurly aT'fitAt'iiy roerve and couldn't even burly of lifo." TJIn'ui: of a wuy out. All I could do tnztrs- Intel: up to a rock, keep the Quit Calomel; it is dangerous. Tr tftmii uenr at buy with my sjambok that there until my companions firlgsbys Hi or sirup to pro liefuro I'll mtk'i owt to my rescue-duiv oion better results than calot.pi! stouts began to jnutrt harmless' and td.c. cither. I.uck mel. It Is ahsolutol xlvjrtl iJinn Is l)Ot II fiOotl Illill'KMlMIl pleasant to take. An child can take iUjfuXi'. a Jump tin tic lliinws. TIiom It with safety. Ask J. II. Williams, Scrrxifkjov (flit wile inoilicr n often us llartfoul, Ky. ll):'y . rjtwe,-a'iiiOhthey e d d Z !(. 1 itt vogu-talil- , guu-antoe- d rti tflSa-- S fcall. JUtj. j rook; Ujwy the li.iliiii'iio t'ollnwt'il "TJJI 'Tinvs; wore waiting fcir MHiii'lhiug no Mope ".E&?.. If the didn't imiiiXv fiii.b tni', u liy nut bail, ilnwu I 'linjf t,vly hiiknl for the gvf rfVvt TW lllitll 111) 'DIl.llllllls COUllI One Superstition Exploded. Contrary to general belief, a man iloo.s not look tor a v.hito' horse when girl. Instead, lie he hoes a coutlnues to look at the girl until she disappears flora vIhm. Did you know Slen-iirj- , snid that ax rSu.U"niiivmi my lit .'tlii and. amhl t)brrfiirJJliiio of hiotit.Mippioarhod I renchod ll ill fects will mhi the j;yt,wn, while laatiAWtf .id liack down tlrlKbb) s is purely vegfell thiclU'f Hi. in over In etable, aud ism he need with lier- C3infkiVi ' tind In hold my tirin. ABk J. H. Williams. fiCMd. All the titu tlli'l'o u':is fwt bufety? 1 u lht'iinllvlt.v. o'Ui niri'lull.v that Calomel Is its liinrcrluud ef- Jvntf.v suau"-tt.h 'MAC C lrtiiiilly iuitcriif.it li '(tu- - M hliiek fellow it ruc-'.- l mo picked up a iotW 'iuiJ bit; ii Iilim-i-l- f :ii nl tlroppoil It. im(u HiiiJiVs-ji- i. AiivlkJ oior a rock behind imi In-il- ttitvi.t ii.la'i'ilnc t Mini i'reauilng Hartford, Ky. lDl'y itii - t" Tl.iu tiiitsS-t- I Viil 1 hIi.1I - tiio.'i were Ttu a lliBK-.-it)- - sii- 'tK4fMt-.i- r.v? Vfif tSm liti'v .ii 'ti cifjh olhci's way and ''i'kl "I iliein won- toio tliiil bit mi tbeie h.ul not been so have got me ul once, 'I'he.v ult on nie Explains a Mystery. ''It Iiu.i always been my idea," remarked the Man on the Cur, "that tiotuethiiiK jostled Nature's elbow she hub liiiurlug the seed Into the wutiTiuelou.' CASTOR'IA Children CryFOR FLETCHER'S - blind slush at his lilmt ipiarteiN. Thyti J ftpraug aivny: not a bit too soon UNDER A either. See my shirt. luslinheV "Ho leaped on me and his fore paws grayed me and throw mu on my face When I scrambled up again and And Just Within the Reach of the reached in.v rltle he had collapsed and was snapping and spitting like n cat Jaws of Death. My wild cut had hamstrung (lis near hind leg. "He only sat and snapped for an inCOOL NERVE OF A BRAVE BOY stant though: then the pulii and anger made him mad and he rushed at uiu on Courage, Presence of Mind and a Lucky three legs. "I shot him. See bow the hair Is Knife Thrust Put Him Out of Peril. singed round the bullet hole, InslmbeV" Curious Experience With a Vicious Youth's Companion. Man Eater In South Africa. "Bulaln" Taylor was one of the early Explained at Last. settlers in the South African country "At your age." said young Robert's that Is now Mntabeleland. lie was father, "I was compelled to wait and the Chartered compauy's rigid hand eat at the second table when we bad man in thoe days, and the natives company." "Mother." the child remarked, "you held him iu wholesyme respect. More have often wondered where dad got he checked threatening dis- his table manners. Now we kuoiv. than ouce order almost single handed, aud when- Chicago Ilecord Herald. a ever there was an uprising it was who took command of the white Driidcc-- Is as necessary to call out forces. But this is a story of Bulala the treasures ot the mind as nre junior, his sou. a stocky little chip of and planting to obtain those of the old block. It happened during one the earth. of the father's absences In the field. Feel Miserable? The youugxter, left in charge of the Out of sorts, depressed, pain in the family commissariat, spent two or three evenings each week In bunting back Electric Bitters renews your and with Invariable success, for he health and strength. A guaranteed was a "crack" shot, for all his youth. Liver and Kidney remedy. Money One morning he was late hours late. back if not satisfied. It completely His mother became anxious and sent cured Robert Madson, of West some Katllrs out to take up his spoor Iowa, who suffered from virA little way out they met his horse ulent liver trouble for eight months. limping home, shivering and bleeding After four doctors gaic him up, ho from many wounds. took Electric Bitters and Is now a The little b:i;ib must be killed: It The Katllrs were off along the track yell nUn. Got a bottlo as fast as their feet would carry them. will do the samef or jou. Keep In They wanted to save the boy's re the house for nil jlvcr and kidney mains before the lion could eat them complaints. Perfectly safe and deThey found the remains of a leopard pendable. Its results will surprise and Bulala junior was calmly skin you. 50c. and $1.00. tilng them. A few feet away wns the H. E. Bucklen & Co. Phlladoljihla or torn carcass of a freshly killed buck. m St. Louis. In awe the Kaffirs squatted rouud and with only the interjection of an occasional "Aoiigli!" of admiration Kansas In Rime. story. listened to the I lovo the state of Kansas, with Its "luslmbe.'' said Bulala junior, ad fields of wheat and 'corn: I love the dressing himself to .the oldest Kaffir, Kansas sunset nnil the Kiiusn dewy "you see the little duykerhok. I killed morn. and. speaking motaphorle. I blm, and he afterward saved my life. grow fat on Kansas crops and neier l thought the bok would be euoitgh mind the absence of the yield of ry" meat for all of us. and was slowly rid and hops: love the Kansas porktr Ing home. The ground was stony and aud the Kansas topnotch steer: I love the bush thick. .The sun made me the Kansas zephyrs mid the Kansas drowsy, nod I wasn't careful to look atmosphere: I love the Kansas about me. The horse had to pick his and I love the Kansas jokes, way. Just ns be turned that big bush but the thing I love In Kansas most Is ue nimosc ruu over iois leopuru. the Kansas kind of folks Kansas City "I don't kuoiv which was most Republic. the horse or the leopard or I The leopard had no time to turn back: The Organ. he Just hfd to spring. Before my eyes Like most Important Inventions, that could open and close twice the The of the organ is i oiled in mysii-was on my horse's shoulders, tryingvtu Invention or the organ has at get a grip with bis claws Into the bok trlbuted to ('tcslliiiH, a bat her of AlexIn front of tne. andria, about '.Tii II ' : also m the el "The horse squealed and jumped, ehrated Archimedes. '."Jii . C It I my gun (lew out of ray bauds, aud t ceitalu that the organ was Inoiinlit to emlound myself lying on my back on the Europe from the oiisicin or ground. The little bok was lying pire and ivac applied to religion dco acioss niv stomach and aa. mid the tions In churches alioiit A. I) .CiO. leopard was clawing and biting him frantically. I felt the blood from his it Is Different Now. body trickling through my shirt. In When tin-- Hist I'ultiuiin tar was put simbc, I was frightened: Into operation on our railways the s,s "From the corners of my eyes I savj tern of bookkeeping was very crude. my ride, but it was too far olT to reach The conductoi colli-ciethe fare I rum Just had to lie and play dead. If I the passengers mid before he turned moved a muscle and the leopard saw It the money In to tin- - company ho would give me one blow aud finish his own salary from the reii'inies. No me. Once or twice he looked up ul receipts were given, no rcconls kept me. and through my hall closed eyes I saw the .blood dripping from his Paid Hor In Full. Jaws. It was lucky he was so hungry. Candid Hostess lull seeing her neph"At lat his hunger wore oil. ew's fiancee I'or tin- - first timet-- I noicr He got to his fict. and came should liave known you from join pho. ami swelled juy face. Spots of thick tograph. Reggie told me you were mi blood dripped on to my cheeks. Oh. In pretty. Reggie's riancee No; I'm not tiuibe. did you ever lie mid let a pretty, so I have to try to be nice, MiakeV tongue lick your fare": lie and It's such a bore. Have you ever breathed over me and suielled me care- tried? Loudon Punch fully, then, satisfied was dead, went back to his men.. Quickly cured by Dr. IIoIimmi'h Eclike zema Ointmont. C. P. CaldMcIl, "Tor minutes which of hours tin- leopard line iind chewed Now Orleans, La., stains; "M docand as lie became les hungry he became mure particular. Two or throe tor advised mo to try Lr. Hobhon'a times ho changed his position and each Eczoma Salve.' I usod three ies of 's If I Ointment and three cakes of Dr. time, I wnntrd to shout 1u could only get at my liuuiiiig uYdfc. Derma SSema Soap. r which I lonlil feel in m.i bMt; but I have not a spot on my d.ued not nun o. Ixsly and can say 1 am cured.' It "At last the linist begun to ding the wfll do tho same for you. Its sooth--inbok off mo 1u Older to get at Its. other healing antiseptic action Will mowil side. As tli( ImtC slipped off rid oti of all skin humors, blackwith It us pint ot it. And 1 gr.opod my Knife- Kvvu Ihon i dared not get heads, pjmplcn, JVzoina blotches, red lcavoa your skin u. I fiM walled mill walled'. At unsightly sores,-an- d last a chance came to iiml.'o my oih; ckan and hualthy. Oct a box stab. I was lU'spointe. and I took It. Guaranteed. Al Uriiggfs'.w, COp., or- by " Thu leoiMid Hood up to ftreich him- mall. self and looked away from me. 111. U. Bucklen & Co. 1'nihul.elplila or "1 Jumped to my fed imi) made a St. in LEOPARD -- T- Pompeii. Pompeii was destrojed by an eruption of Vesuvius on the night of Aug. 2L A. I). 71). The ashes burled the whole city and covered the surrounding country. After a lapse of LMKI years a countryman as he was turning up the ground found a bronze figure, and tills discovery led to further Bu-htl- y search, which brought various objects to light, and at length the city was uncovered. George Ada on Matrimony. c Uurl-ingto- n, George Ade. discussing matrimony lu mi after dinner speech at the Chicago Athletic club, said: "Marriage has the effect of giving n man a swelled head. d "Many a time, looking at this or that. say to myself: "Ah. if that man were only as wise as he thinks his wife thinks he Is:'" bus-bau1 Easy Way Out. y; "My life Is made a burden by hill collectors." "I've discovered a.w;iy.oLgettlus.rid, of 'em that never falls." Tor heaven's sake, put me wise." "I pay Vni. my hoy." Boston Transcript. It may lie corners of Is bctter.-Ano- a little further around the deal, but the road ti. man-child'- s BUCKBEE'S BULBS BULBS & SUCCtED. 1 To SPECIAL OFFER'. New IImUm. A1 r'ifade to buildyou a wnnanent tu. ' ' trial will miktt '' lamer. 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Better al : Turner, the Artist, Dressed Like an Old Time Cab Driver Dr. Johnson Vas Grotesque, and, "Old Fitz" Outraged All the Sartorial Conventions. It N surprHiiK liow outntxcoiUily enroled. of their pcisuiiiil iiihmi:iik'o niiinj fmiimis nifti lmi- - bouii. GciiIuh inn; or limy not lie n tiled to iniulnuKt, lint It Ims Ooilnliily ur.v often locn linked with mi niter ilNrvKiinl for clothes mill cloniily lialilts. ll Is miiIiI of Turner, the Rreat p.ilnter. Hint his linnili weru"tho Hiimllest ami dhtlest IimikN on record." IVihups th.it Is mi exnRer.itloii, but He wits certainly very slovenly In his dres. He woie n' lilnck swiillowtnll dress cont, very tnucli In need o? a clotlioslniish ilKormmly used, unci In the warmest ns well ns In the coldest weather he wore round his tliio.it n sort of winp or mulllcr, which he 'would unloose, letting the ends dandle down In front and dip into the colors, of his palette. lie nlwnys worked cither with his old hut on his head or wlh this same Inrge inullle.r over his head Ills appearance was more like that of mi old time coachman than of a famous Koyal Academician, for he was bhoit mid stout, with a red mid blotchy face. iJr. .lohnon's slovenliness has nl most passed Into n proverb. There fire many contemporary accounts of his turning out of his hoti&e In Holt court with his wIk hack to front and hi; stotklrxs down. When I5osjell isited Iilm'at 1 Inner Temple lane he records: "Ills brown suit of clothes looked vcrj rusty; he hud xm n little, old shriveled, utipondeied wis, which was too small for his head: his shirt neck and the kuees of his breeches were loose', his black worsted stockings 111 draVii up, and by way of slippers be bad on n pair of unbuckled shoes." When It is added that this great man was constantly twitching, grunting, shaking bis head, pulling bis cheeks and blinking bis eyes, It must be admitted that bis appearance was not only uncouth but grotesque. Thomas Carlyle, coming of n peasant race, never conformed to society garb. He was always the Inspired peasant He would Hometluies go out in his old dressing gown, over which he buttoned a big coat, gray with age. When be was left alone In the house be delighted In pwllliug his flagstones with palls of water, anil muuy a dlstln guisbed friend found him thus en gaged with a kind of ismock ou and bis bushy balr all tousled. He went about all the summer among the high est aristocracy in a frieze Jacket which was part of an old dressing gown. All thr cabmen and bus drivers CheWea way knew him. One said, "Ue may wear a queer 'at. but what would yer give for the 'eadplece Inside of It?" It would not be seemly to describe Tennyson as slovenly In any real sense. He was a singularly noble looking man, but he did not care a Jot what be wore. Ills old slouch hat had seen ainuumbered years and Happed nboutrnt all angles, and the Inverness cape which he Invariably wore was about ns old ns his hat. People who 'met him without knowing bis Immense distinction would have regarded him as a rather qunlnjy character, iind u tailor's cutter would not have assessed dollar, all told. him at half-This Is a description of the dally ap pearance of Edward Fitzgerald,, the Immortal translator of "The Hubalyaf of Omar Khayyam: "Straggling graj hair and slovenly in dress, wearing nu ancient, battered, black banded, shlu edged tall hat. round which he would In wintry weather tie n handkerchief to keep it In plncc; bis clothes ot bagj-blue cloth, as though ho we.ro,n seafarer; his trousers short and low, exhibiting n length of white or gray stockings. With an uustnrth ed hhlrt front, high, crumpled, stumlup collar, a big black silk tie In a careless bow; In eold weather trailing n gieen and black nnd gray plaid shawl. In hot weather even walking barefoot with his boots slung to a stick." Surel.i "Old FIU." as Tennyson called hint took tbe cake for slovenliness of nli the Immortals! 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Wfk, almost Day 'flpTaLLBsH Jesl 'many tliousajiilsfsirilnTi.larginp; oar ntfay bA''X'se aaoissa-ouroutn- saiea wmynmi, .but to learn all parti wJsrrJi. kit. vrlllcoitvoaooijrJLhA liostal 4.ttrd. - ua8 BBBga AskforCa(itiri.fni B ' THE VICTOft ' Courier-Journa- l. a: t -- have offpn wondered how ovn min loves himself more than ull tl" rcbt of men Antonius. I SENT FREE UPON REQUEST "TiTLlFPlNCOTf company" WASHINGTON SO rd.1792 PHILADELPHIA Our New Home, Capacity SAFE 20,000 Salsa Annually. & LM Old. CIL CBG!KHAII, . H irnord Republican. nrcordltiR to Inw at the PoMofnc Ky., Rumall mnttfr ol tlio trrunil ' costly bridges for Ohio county, which will save much expense In the fu1 1 Editor & Proprietor ture. Theso men were at least an Tells of Good Which Has Been "8t'norr cm C. M. BARNETT, a bushel on oats. The average of those usually selected to . ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor rnvuit amateur In Tariff making fill such positions and were all hon-t- t Accomplished by Society s.icu kI lmo considered the fact that citizens. In behalf of County Road Address nil communications to Engineer Ronton to whom was allow-- j In Past. corn is by far the largest single, agTho Hartford Republican. ricultural product of this countr.v. od $120 for traveling expenses, it o Hut the bunglers took no is but Just to say that the Court did , NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Ca;houn, Ky., Feb. 10. Farmers oJ account of- - this fact. In their rage no more than Is dono In other eoun-tlo- s. BnborIlifn deMrtnir the paper eent to n new pio Green River District 'you hao fur reducing tho cost of Uvlng Our reihedy for all theso ddrre tuniit plve the ol.l nildrrn In iimUm--- the It only to dbi'.Jlicrs at. J gluagainst the Fiscal Court, had opportunity of late to read rrqnnt. Bnlne l.nml ninl Ntlr lnc per line anil fc many of them not real, is to go to lottcrs of various persona offering cose makers tlity swept away tho per Hoe for rnfh nililltlonal liwrtlnn. thn rmiiiitR!on fnnn of cnreriinicnt remedies for the fnrlliersL troubles nil Protective duty of IS ecnta n'liushel Oliltniirle", r.enolntlone noil Card of Tli ml fc '. jsomo of thiso have resorted to crlt-jnn- d opened our porta to vast quan- for the county. money In mhniipe. per line icjsni 01 mo Ainencau bocicty or titles of cheaper corn from Arccii- (or eervlcci tree, but other Nutter Chnnb Equity, which tho have a perfect Una, and oven Kaffir corn I re in n cbotvh mlvertl"einent. fc per line. REPUBLICANISM. Anonymous roinmuifleiitlonfi will receive no THET right to do, but this wc hopo will India, and at cno blow Mnuic The following Is from a speech do bo. done in ntteotlon. a spirit of fairness nirtl ctt JW.OOO.CjOO from tho receipts of llvered by United States Senator Justice; now we want to say that William E. Borah, of Idaho, boforo tho A. S. of E. is not n local organi- American corn growers on their uhort 7S5. I crop of 1913. -- . Ciar.eorla.i.S. Republican Club of New York Afc - JO the. T A zation but Is national wide, and the "Tho drop," says tho New York X"axc.ero' 3S.iv.aal.. City, recently. tobacco trouble is only one of many Sun of January 29', "has been from "Republicanism as I understand it and varied matters that the Equity 10 to IS cents from thu high price ' HAVE MADE- - The PRICE A FCATHLF IN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. Jn its real scope and purpose Is a is handling today, and wo want to of SC 2 cents for cash corn j,a!d in RIGHT theory of government, an organic call the HIS CAP attention to all fair minded New York In Soptcmber." I,and vital belief in liberty nnjQ Jus men to some of the objtcts for which TJ10 Ohio County Fiscal Court did Tho New York Journal of Comtice under the domination of order this Brent organization stands ami for the rlsht thing when It decided to and law, a strhinff for the best that which It is contending, one of thu merce of January 2G prints an exwork the rou(Js by tho contract systended report of tho fifth annual ban-qucan be had as fast as It can be had main objects we would tem. mention Is of the oats trade of the In national growth and progress. It profitable prices for farm products, Produco Exchange, the attendNOBODY CAN BLAME UJ FOR. BEING" (tally believes In our form of government whl'o wc Wo are disgusted with tho claim this organization has quarrels of the ulltors of the Owens-bor- o and (hat under its faithful adminis- coma on the field and doubled the ance "t which InclJfied many grain men frpin tho West and PROUD OF THE FEATHER. IN OUR. CAP. Why tration and In harmony with Kb tre- price of tobacco and that she is still Messenger and Inquirer. they get along lip the brotherly mendous sweep and power, the hu- able to stand as the champion of the Northwest, soino of whom had travcan't atWE 5END A ClJToMER. AWAY manner of the editors of the two man family may reach Its highest tolling tobacco grower and her com- eled nj much as J;500 miles to state of culture and contentment. It plete overthrow of oppression from tend the dinner. On tills Occasion papers? Hartfflrd FROM oUTt JToRE JATIJFIED AND HAPPY James Simpson, a big specialist In rnvnrss the work nf thn fathers nlld capital has only been hindered by diMany members of the Consolidated feei!nc tribute to those who for- - vision among tobacco growers, yet the New York oats market, dcllve'r-c- l I'1 fottoil nil fne tlio tinlnn. hut ft llvos Growers' Association, iTobacco A FEATHER IN OUR CAP, AND WE an address. .Mr. Simpson drew atwe wan to say her principles nrc Ohio county, have been anxiously not alone' In the past. tention to tjio fact .that we have stll- Just as sound today as ever they denly changed awaiting a call for a meeting at which CANJENDOUR CUJToMERJ AWAY .SATfrom an exporting It looks forward with oaKer confl- County President and members of dence to the dutIca and r0sponslblll- - wcro, and some have suggested that country to an Importer of corn, the the organization has been swallowed ISFIED AND HAPPY, BECAUSE WE HAVE the Committee would explain "e Uca of the future. It will not tear this result of what ho rightly termed tho wo would pool over to the. loose down, It will not destroy, .but 'it will upby the Groen River, now turning of the stupidity of our national legislators not mention what this person has In establishing Free-Trad- e JUST GOT WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS WANT. Jeaf houses at Owensboro In corn. go forward and meet the problems Bald but perhaps others may not bo depenfcs tho hap He went on to show that in so donbVd to see any farther than he. The Gen. Jacob Coxcy will start from upon whose solution THISIS HOW WE SUCCEED AND WE KN6W freedom of A. S. of E., is Just as distinct Jn Its ing wo will have handed Argentina home, in Ohio, with an army of liincss and industrial bis $7,000,000 of our money when we hae countless thousands. THAT OUR SUCCESS 'IS A FEATHER IN OUR unemployed April ICth, for Washingmake-u- p as it ever was and did only It wars upon no legitimate Indus- this year in selling and sampling to bought even so small amount as 10,- City. The army will demand ton try, CAP. closes no mills, It recognizes bacco. what U has always offered to W.O0O bushels of Argentine corn. x from Congress .work. About twenty years ago this same Coxcy led an- fto distinction In race, but It believes do with any and ell tobacco organiza- lis a niuiAur ui jucv no biiuii uuj ago, to Washington for tho now, as i believed fifty years tions and If wc can't several times 10,000,000 bushels. other r-Who has profited by tills astoundourpose. Then we were living that tIs government and this goodly have avl growers Jn one organization ease under a Democratic Tariff Law, as land, which a bountiful Providence tho next best thing .to do is to co- ing sacrifice of American agriculture? has given us, belongs to nil, to tho operate in selling, now. and this the A. S. James Simpson who Is a business many and not th low, white anil yof E. did, and she has carried out man and not a politician, and has InThe Kentuck- State-Farmblack, rich and poor; and that the her plans Jn good faith so far as she not hitherto been known as a Protecstitute will convene at Frankfort on supreme question of the hour is not oould, and the only reason she has tionist tells, who has profltod and Frcc-Trad- o of this month for atone the making of .wealth, but also the twenty-thir- d over approached failure Is because of who alone stands to profit by a threq day's session. It is hoped Its fair and cqul'ablo distribution. It the actions of her own people in goINCORPORATED, in corn. Says Mr. Simpson: that many farmers besides the, reg- believes, with its first great seer and ing over to an opposition, and while The" Corn Products Co. (which I' ular delegates will attend these meet- prophet. that "capital has its rights In parts of tho Green River District am told, is practically thp Standard ings. A fine program has been ar- which arc worthy of protection," but her power has been weakened we Oil Co.) uses about 36,000,000 bushd!s ranged by the Commissioner and ev- that "labor Is prior to and the su- want to say that this Is no surprise for Its .manufacturers. At 10 cents erything possible will 'be done to perior1 of capital." That life is "more to us for there novr was a great re- per bushel this company, which needs make this the most enjoyable, of all than riche and humanity more than form that did not have to encounter monqy more than our farmers, gets machinery. It rejects the. Draconian the State meetings. these $3,600,000. The whiskey Interests need cean and wholesome color, but Is ing coat, ready-mixe- d paint Is usotf .code, based on modern materialism. drawbacks, and defeats, and , of unsuited for use ujwn stock barns, If as Courier-Journonly serve to give strength ,to the' the' money so they get dispatches from The It comes from tho can, ,afrer a mU. human sufferjng aai Washington tell us that Congress will ' cry arc the natural fruits of human Krcat armies that are marching on millions or more. The farmers will lerfl paint is used, because of tho dls- -, thorough stirrinjr. sAPjeint a Committee to investigate progress. with Equity emblazoned on their .ban sell out this crop,j4eoy, USO.OOO.OOO coloring .effect of fumes from tho dePaint should be well worked In bushels which, at a difference of 10 and report the cause of so many men It repudiates the doctrine of let ner, and are confident that victory' cents, means JCj.000,000 taken from caying organic matter. White may with tho, brush across tho spin, of make the buildings out of work. Let them read the wood aud finished with Ions smooth well 'enough alone as tho maxim of will finally crown her efforts, for . . . Tariff Law. Didn't "we lenact Intellectual cowards and intrenched her cause is just and the confines pur farmers without benefiting any- ous. nut orown, gray or green, trim-- , i strokes the length .of the board. express purpose of privilege, concealing beneath its Gloss of her territory In which to operate' body but the millionaires. med wl.th a different tone of the same Good results' cap bo bad only ..when this law for tho Up to January 24, .with the Under-woq- d color, Jetting in cheep goods from foreign of pcao and contentment and na are not marked by the limits of a fits them nicely into the color the surfaces to bo painted, aro dry Tariff in operation less than schemo of nature aud countries, to make good, .times, by tional decay. Finally, sir, It faces the small district. harmonizes and clean. BulldlngB should be dry To convince tho readers of this three months, G,GS4,000 bushels .of with tho surrounding 'landscape. having things cheap here? if we furn- future not in pessimism and despair lm41o as well as out, and each coat ish work for the other fellows how but with an unfaltering faith in Re- paper that Equity lias not been swal- corn ''ad been imported from ArgenColors aro lmiortant aside from the of paint should be allowed to dry can we expect anything but- idle publican Institutions and the Judg- lowed up by any other organzlatlon tina, and this corn is being shipped appearance of object" painted with thoroughly before beginning the next. as far west as Buffalo and as far men at home? ment and wisdom of the people, as we mention another of the objects them. Bright colors are often us.U Upon this depends tho bucccss .or for which we were organized.. "To south as Baltimore. It will no next as a cloak with which to conceal im- falIuro of tho .work. Paint may bo paper has ihvays advocated from tlmo to time with brave and This secure legislation in the Interest of Into Now England. The leading rail- purities aro difficult to detect, espe- made to stick to now tin galgood roads and encouraged every patient step they measure up to the agriculture, now If you, dear reader road of New England has already de- cially you reach down Into the In the ready mixed paints. vanized Iron by cleaning tho surmovement in that direction. It favors work. When cided iiilon a lowering of rates to Republican will Just take time to go, up Lb Paints must therefore be bouMtt cf face with benzine. Galvanized Iron the incotlngs being held throughout hear of the millions of National Congress and take a, look jneot this new traffic in cron. But a reliable dealer who knows and sells If exposed to the weather somo time voters, men and women whoso county by Judso Wilson and Enthe yu will learn that other rallrords will suffer which have gocd paint, or only those brands of before palntln will present and foresight and patriotism at yur Jtsn difgineer Benton and has filven free history of you haveybut few farmers in that hon- hitherto hauled corn from tho Mis- known quality must bo purchased. ficulty. J. A. Farra, Asst. Professor to them. This is a have made this marvelous advertisement you will find orable body, and then if this bo true sissippi ValleV to the seaboard. They Ready mlxdl paint when made by a Agricultural Engineering, College ',of good way to stir up good roads sen- the las fifty years, hope how could we but appreciate this will lose m6r than tho Eastern roads reliable manufacturer pliould be bet- Agriculture, lxington, Ky. Written there timent. At tho same time, It will no ful convictions Ihfse broad and which uro bound In great effort on the iart of the A. will gain. And tho farmers who no ter than tho homo mixed kind, be doubt provoke discussion as was evito have sway, bound In tho S. of E., and for the Information of longer sell their' corn to Eastern con- cause experience and skill aro requirthe end For Sale. denced by a letter which wo pubsumers will loan jnost of all when end to direct tho party, andthc soon- some .who feel like Equity has been ed to prepare It successfully. uoou iarm in Ohio county, near lished last week from our corresponer all who doubt or hold back un- swallowed up wo will Just statg that foreigners supply a markot which There aro some worthless dent at Ccntcrtown. Wo may not brands Barnctts Creak church, containing our National Union, A. S. of E. now had been Mielrs. Thoy will lose $Gfi,- - of paint op the market and It Is im- 120 acres, all in cultivation except agree with all, or any of these, com- derstand this and stand out of the has a legislative committee thunder- 000,000 on this year's crop alone. portant to avoid lino of fire the better for all them if possible. 5 acres. Good munications. Still wc aro running a dwelling, barn ing at the doors of Congress and mak Who t'ets tho $05,000,000? Tho farm Some of tho compounds sold as jialut, and all newspaper and cannot deny free and In good repair. ing known the wants of tho American ers of Argentina, tho Standard OH or as substitutes for it, aro not only Well watered and In the oil bolt. For open ','ltscusslon In our columns, as More Pie Please. farmer. This commlttoe is headed owners of tho Glucose Trust aud the valueless for tho purpose, Ions as tho rules of proprioty ami for which terms and particulars apply at They are the The Toronto Sun, a Canadian news- - by I. .l. J. Chrjat, national prescient whiskey distillers,, , fairness are observed. ones who uro are to get what Am- they aro sold but aro even destmct-Iv- o paper, says: "The moment t)io Am of the A. S. of E. and thoy will cer 17tf. BARNETT & SON. Agents. In their action. Records show that tho death rate cricans removed their Tariff Dn cat-tl- o tainly taok after ithe best interest erican farmars Joso through Free- Tho liquid portion of paint, the thin that moment a stream of bullocks of tho farmer. New, dear reader, wo Trade Tariff legislation. What wRT ner for vehicle, shoulil bo from tuberculosis Js higher In Ken- -, froni So to began lwuring toward Buffalo alone must not Impose on our good news- American farmers do about It? They y& per tucky than in any other state In the cent, unseed oil. Tho rewill know what to do when election Union. A law jiassed by the losipla-tur- e every lino of rallwa,y Jn western On- papers with an articlo too Jongtly, maining portion of tho thinner should adwhat'wie have onl 'day comes next November. 1912 crcatd the Board of Tutario, and cattle prices In Toronto but havo only said In be largely Japan dryer which Is Itberculosis Commissioners, In order vanced from a top of $0.85 im in justico to the American Society h self about linseed oil. Very Constipation and all liver "people and to educate mediately before the removal of duty! of Equity, and we are not going to Habitual to arouse the small quantities of turnmitlnn n,i them on all the known remedies for to a top of $8 on ..Monday of last urge you to stand loyal to Equity for troubles can be cured by using China wood oil may be allowed. For Grigsby's Ask J. H. prevention and cure of (this dread week. Wo havo had a bite of Tthe If shelloes not merit your support you It the solid portion, or pigment, of -- - t JD.2y disease, the Commission has hit upon American market In tho form of aro under no obligations to her, but Williams, Hartford, Ky. paint white lead, zinc oxide, oxide a plan by which the greatest number free cattle. More pie, please." fThls we want to warn every tobacco trow-o- r of Iron, and red leajd are satlsfacto-ry- . of people, may bo reached In tho Is only an Instance wherein h.o oththat the history that has been Eggs For Hatching. Paints made from them may bo shortest tlnio. An Exhibit Car lias er countries wilt get the good of made in tho Green River District tinted many colors by tho ubo of i Will carry two pens .barred Ply But what about ithe during the past six months is Indtc- been arranged and during 101:) nlxty-tw- o FreeiTrado ochre; umber, chrome yellow, Prussian year. towns were visited and more American farmer arid stock raiser? tivo of complcto annihilation of mouth Rocks this blue or bono black. The color Is on-- 1 First pen headed by First Pen than 50,000 people wcro lhstructed. Should not their interest be consid farmers' organization or Cypher's Poultry Farm j u ouiuu iiurj. vi paini anu uas (UN Ohio county Js to have tho first op- ered? Central Missouri Republican. and .the forerunner of lower prices Cockrcl from with Its quality. Now York. Second pen headed by tlo to do anjd more oppression. portunity to see this exhibit In a Ready mixed paints aro satisfacHouse and Lots For Saje. Goshen few days anil we should make the S. B. ROBERTSON, Stabs Sec. First Pen Cockrcl from Poultry Farias. First pen eggs, $1.00 tory and economical Tor small Jobs, Good house with all out meet of it. We are sure that, we are. rYour Liver Lacks Grigsby's per 15 eggs. , Second pen, 75 tceits such as Interior work, painting farm not far wrong in saying Uiat Ohio buildings,, good well, an!d C lots Your stock wljl comp a running machinery, wagons and other such near Mcllenry )ilgh school Lax. Try a bottlo today. Satisfac- per 15 egfs. county rejwrts as many deaths lroin feed time If the feed you glvo.thom ,lB' tion guaranteed. Ak J. II., Williams, Also will be able to furnish day-ol- d equipment. If niore than one oat the great white plague as any other building. of the beat quality. WUy nofglvo Is to be put on with ready-mixe- d lD2y Hartford, Ky. chicks, (1.00 per dozen. " Call on, or address, A. THORPE, Jn the State In proportion to popu' paint it must be thinned for tjio prim-in- g thorn 31t2. J. 0. ILEll. Mcllenry, Ky. ' lation. ' $65,000,000 Loss to Farmers. THE .BEST FEED coats by iourln8 off part of tho ,, contents of the can without stirring obtainable? Wo publUhthls wecka communl-catio- n Tho monstrous economic absurdity Owensboro Optical House. Agricultural Exi'ensioi. That is the only kind and thinning by tho dldltlon from "A Tax Payor" written of tluu 1 carry and at prices no higher Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I havo used and the gross injustlco to American "PAINT FOR THE FARM. 'small amounts of turpentine and Jin- - than others from Centcrtown in which criticism "lasses made by R. C. Hardwlck'a farmers lnvohcd in removing the ask for .a mucin Inferior i made concerning certain acts nf Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my o Protective Tariff of 15 cents a bushel The object of painting is to pro- seed oil. Tho portion poured off Is article. the old boaijl pf magistrates. Having satisfaction. Ills houso and ma- on corn aud thus exposing the corn tect from atmospheric and other in then returned to the can and all thor read the list of claims allowed at chinery for uiakine lenses are the growers of this country to unrestrict- jury, but may be decorated ,as well oughly mixed.. The amount of thin- the December term "A Tax Payer'" most complete In the State, and he ed world competition aro alone suf- as protective if colors uro chosen with ning depends "upon the kind of sur face to be painted and the number it surprised at the amount of money employs none but experienced work- ficient to condemn the party of care and good taste. The Produco Merchant.-- . Free-TraFor farm buulldinngs, iwblto is a I of coats io bo given. For the finish jHARTFORrp, C. M. BARNETT. alike for ijs lack of JiJfakes tp run the county. While men. Jt - KENTUCKY-- ' rforil. Knrl not attempting to defend tho told SECRETARY ROBERTSON board In nny way we fed like Haying that, while It may linvo made WRITES ON OF E. somo mistakes It built a great ninny telllgcnt statesmanship and Its un-- 1 BBlHHRHHHiHMHBHHBMiBHEHMMHHHMHHaHHHnHHnr 3 painotic Kiisrefaru of tho rights or American agriculture. Nothing in the1 o history of Tariff leg's- -' intlcn surpasses In brutal stupidity and senseless dlsirlmlnatlon tho Ir c- Frpo-Trad- IS, ""'" IXfliDlkHi H.J 'jHHtiH , WE'VE tiOT 11 Frcc-Trad- coin-plain- ts far-aw- Goods i ffiojT 'mm et New-Yor- well-kno- EV-ER.YT- IME ITU ers' GARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky . al K, ovcr-conspic- -- - ai to-yo-ur rs this-offic- They Come a Running one-fourt- ThAvwTTP IMM.iHIM ikMISHflr.- ?iv!iaLlL'fkVyil j4 it Llv-Ve- ii en-tir- W. E. ELLIS . de - fa : One-Doll4 ar : 1 a Shoe Sale! (F(OTKIAN ShoeWotnen NWe 1 Writo for catalogue nrtd other in- II, S. SOLDIERS formation. Send us $1.25 and recelvo tho HartCAPTURE CASTILLO ford Republican ono year nnd tho Womans' World, Homo Life, Green's Fruit Grower alid Farm Life, four splendid monthly magazines, either Mexican Bandit Will Be 'Turnone of them wortli tho price, ff wo do not soon hear from you jou.wlll ed Over To lose this exceptional offer. vvvvWWviv4vvvWv4vwvvvvvwvvvvvvVW4 i Or an Evening's Gathering Needs Cheer, II 111 61 ESI 1 1 X Drink the Best Villa. Dunn--Gilstra- p. Air. Leo Ollsirnp and Miss Molllu Dunn, both from Cronlwell, weio innr-rh- d at the court IfcuRe by Judgo Jno. 1). Wilson Wednesday utterncon. Tiny nro popular jcung people and HI h. was no objection to their mar-r.af- e at home. Tluiy wore married at the court house ulmply ns a. mutter of licrsual choice. , ' D Death of Joshua W. Benton. Mr. Joshua W. Denton died at his homo near Bcda yesterday morning of diseases incident to o axe.. Mr. Benton was ono of the old citizens 1 find that after our Sale we j have on hand a limited quantity of g Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords in the S following sizes: 3, 31, 4, 45,5 and 6.' These are goods that we sold . 1 In his community and enjoyed the confidence and estooin of till. He "was a bravo Federal soldier, being a member of Co. I), 20 Ky. Vol. lnfantty. The burial will take place at Bcda this morning at 10 o'clock. 1W - Of at $3.50. Our reputation for keep ing a clean stock will not permit 5 us to longer let them remain in our store, hence the big reduction. Lose money on them? Why, of course we do, but why keep them? J Our advice is, better come and 5 take a peep at them, and remem ber that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE MONEY. Truth Stranger Than Fiction. Truth is stranger than flcllon. This hns been many times proven since, the creation of the wor'il. There Is a strange case, romantic and immoral In the extreme, which has Just come to llghy In tho little rural' community of Muntlco'io, New York. It ugalu shows that the old adage Is truo. Scanning the pages of fiction, both recent nnd of a past nge, not an Incident can be found which will match this one. In Montlcol'o, an o'V! and respected sawyer, wcl.' aged jet vigorous, died In his law orflce. A woman's cries gave warning of his death. An investigation followed and' it was found that for three years tills young girl had lived with and loved the aM man. So oareful'y was tho secret guarded that not a man, woman or child in tho villlaKo knew of her existence. No prisoner in his caTil was moro carefully guarded. Tho office had lech partitioned off on one side and the small room served as kitchen, living room and coll. Here the girj lived for three years in absolute seclusion, without a glimpse of the worM outside and without a human being to talk to accept her aged companion. .Melville Couch, it seems, had In past years been a potent political factor in his county. He had held office and accumulated money. Of late he had practically abandoned , active-practJc- El Pago, Texas, Feb. 17. Maximo Castillo, Mexican bandit, charged with the responsibility for the Cum-br- o In which ton tunnel disaster, Americans and forty-on- o others lost thoir llvis, was captured thlrtj-olgmiles south of Jlachlta, New Moxlco today by American troops. Willi the bandit ,wcro six followers. They surrendered without a fight ami will be brought here. Castillo, to ao!d tho range mountains on the Mexican side, made a detour through American territory. Captain White, who effected the capture, was on .tho watch, having d word that tho fnian was In tho vicinity. Cuinliro tuniiol Is still burning. Previous reports of Castillo's capture proved untrue. General Villa tonight expressed gratification at the ' capture. -ht much-wante- v For Sale By All Soft Drink Stands, 5c. - RKI1ELS TO GET CASTILLO. .El I'aso, Tex., Feb. 1". A dispatch was received here from Washington at mldnlsht, saying that Castillo would be turned over to tho Constitutionalists. Gen. Villa received it with great satisfaction. He said Castillo would bo formally charged with tho murder of M. J. Gllmartin, an American, and fifty others at the Cunibro tunnel. Villa promised that the trial would not be delayed. THAT SAVES YOU Luke McLuke Says. ' The reason a woman doesn't need pockets Is because she will try to v y uuinniiiiiiiiiuiiiniuii FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. Jk06 - .Hartford Republican. . M. H. Jc E. , ' - at Time Table Ky. Hartford, lailroad Mince Meat in hulk, first class Moore's Meat Market. Mr.- Perry Keown Is visiting relatives in Owcnsboro this week. Fresh barrel 'Jumbo pickles and Saucr Kraut, Just opened 'at Moore's Meat Market. e, 1 L.A dally except Sunday. due 2:20 pm. No. 1H North-Bouudally except Sunday. No." 115 Soutn Dound due 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. m. dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. ,v N. time card effective Monday .Mr. J looker Williams has return Aug. 21st. ed from a visit .to his sister at No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 tu m. Nashville, Tenn. Mr. John II. Thomas, Narrows, .j. was hero on business. Monday. For Strvlce, cleanliness and satis-- . faction, visit City Hcstaurant. Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Cooper wero in Louisville several days this week. Hoo 4 SALVET, the great stock remedy. U. S. Carson, Hartford, Ky. 30t4 !Dr. J. S. Ilcan has sold his drug store Ut Olaton, aril will locate In ' Owcnsboro. love to servo you. Wo Just City Restaurant, James Lyons, Proprietor. .Mr. John Taylor, Leitchfleld, was the sueat of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor, a few dayB this week. Mayor Her acjl tho City Council will at onco purchase rock with which U make very much needed repairs,, on 'some of our streets. fi- jpRev. flV "XV. Napier, asslstQaUy. Dr. .Lyons, of Louisville, will .Wkgln 'a protracted meeting' at' )uo-"- ' court jhouao qext Monday nUfht. Jltru. George Martin la very ill at her home In Cromwell, of tuberculosis of the bowels and Is not cx- Siectod (p live man? days. Mr. Earl "Barnes has sold his restaurant business pn Main street to 'Mr. A. Alford, who will continue tho business at the fame stand. SALESMAN WANTED to look after our interest in Ohio and adjacent counties. Salary o- - Commission. Ad- dress The llarvel Oil Co., Cloveland, Ohio. ' R. F. Keown, ,of Foridsvllle, took the examination Tor rural carriers held here last Saturday. Mr. J. Ney Foster, sUVU?nt at tho Bowling Green Business Collego is homo for a few days visit. Sljcriff S. O. Keown leit Wednesday for Frankfort, where ho took little Eva Lois Hill aged 10 years, to the school for feebleminded children. Mrs. J. A. Hodges, died at her homo at Herchel, Ky., one day this week after a short 111 news. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges formerly Hod in Ohio county. Mr. Dan Kissinger, S4 years of age, died at the county alms house yesterday morning. Mr. Kissinger was from tho Eastern part of tho ' County. , town don't fall to call A. Wilkorson Restaurant (Rosenblatts old stand) next door to Bank of1 Hartford. Meals served at all hours. Mr. Owen Hunter has accepted the posIHonofAsslstnnt Cashier in tho Bank of Hartford. Ho will moire a popular aili efficient addition to this institution. The Wllkerson Restaurant Is now lyfurhished throughout and the best to be had in the market (to cat is at your command day or night, at reasonable prices. 8. L. Kins has a limited number ot mens, boys, ladles and children's shoos for sale, all tho .way from 25c to $2.00. Call and see ihem before buying elsewhere. Mr. Joe. Marsh win leave Monday for Oklahoma, where,. ho will continue' his work In .the oil business. Mr. Marsh, is one of the best drillers . In the United States. Mr. J. aTc. Park, No Creek, has sold Ms farm Jo Mr. Junius Ralph for 13,200, and lias moved lp Hartford, occupying tho Samlerfur property, on Fredrlca street. Good Magazines should bo regular visitors to every home. Her & Barnott are tho exclusive agents in Hartford and vicinity and will take sreal pleasure in handling, your order. .When at 'ho In enemJlj understood was and that the time passed in his office was devoted' to preparation of certain books on American law. lie "was married and had a wife and daugh ter. Neither suspected the dual life he was icadlng. This a'il seems Impossible, hut It did happen. After the death of Couch it would have been easily possible for tho girl to have slipped away. She could have crept out into tho world again and havo been (lost in the wilderness of cosmopolitan humanity. She did not. Her love was greater than her fear of exposure. Her affections wero stronger than her senso of shamo S.ho remained, called in tho neighbors and told the whole story. She had tho right to leavo at any tIno cho foVt like leaving .She preferred to remain. It was no ordinray thing that tills man and his mate in this amazing adventuro did not yield to .tho impulse of weariness, If not subsequent regret, as they oamo to realize tho consequences and costs of .their actions. Year after jear they accepted theso costs and consequences, and they were unfaithto whatever ful, they remained loyal to each other. Wthlch Js ai'l truly remarkable and undoubtedly shows that truth Is stranger than flctlpn. -o'-so lie -- was a8tirdcnt carry a muff, a handbog, four small packages, three magazines, two letters and a newspaper In ono hand and keep a bunch of strange men busy picking up what she drops. A woman will collect a Canadian dime, an old stickpin, a broken earring and a wedding ring in an old candy box so she can talk about her Jewel case when she gots out In company. . There should be some reward for good intentions. Father will re solve to quit using cuss words at midriglht and at 2 a. m. on jthe first of the year ho will get up to get one of Ihe kids a drink of iwatoraml step oh a'tih horse and wagon. When "mother runs across a story on the first page of tho newspaper telling how some man was caughtt 'up Plrying- to run two flats on one sal ary, she will sniff and glare at father and make somo crack about the men all belns alike. We saw tho tango the other night. Not the stage stuff, but- - the real. d, 'hlfa-lutl- n, will charge cento per line for' all obituaries, in advance, and S cents per line for alj church notices except for church services, and also for cards of thanks. In adopting this rule we are only follpwlng the same plan of every oth er local paper In Kentucky. G Notice. Hereafter, this Grala rrivilejes. IN WHEAT. Puts and calls are the safest arid Bureat v method of trading in wheat, corn or oats. Because your loss is absolutely limited to' the amount bought. No further risk. Positively the most profitable way ot trading. Open an account. You can buy 10 puts or 10 calls on 10,000 bushels grain for $10, or you can buy both for 20, or as many more as you wish. An advance or Uocllne of 1 cent gives yo Jhe chance to take $100 profit. A movement of C cents $500 profit. Wrlto for full particulars, R. W, NEUMANN New First National BankBulldlng Columbus, Ohio. 31tf. MONEY z. Mr. W. A. WUkersou Is1 again in the restaurant business. He is in tne oiu Rosenblatt stand next door to the Bank of Hartford.v Ho Is an experienced man and can Bervo the public in a satisfactory nlanner. Give him a call sassioty brand. There is too much hopping, too much pumplne and too much clinching In tho game, and for real hard work It has the old pick and Bhovel beaten. Personally we would 'rather see tho wrasllng, . when two men and used mixed Gracco-Roma- n styles and barred the strangle. ho'iJ. slrl who used to The heat water and take a bath In the wash tub in the kitchen by (the light of hto red coals in tho stovo grato every Saturday night, mow has a daughter who kicks because there is only one incandescent lamp in Xhe bathroom insjead of a cluster. A p'retty Kir) can inako a man dd anj thing, Unices ho happens to be her brother. Every now and then you run across a girl who Jars your belief In the fact that soap is only'5 cents pcrcake. The reason a princess Is so light on her foot when she Uancea all night Js because they hurt her so much the next day that she can't-helmother wUh the sweeping. What has become of J ho o Wash-Io- n edd boy wiho used to help his mother wash the dlahes? You used to do it, and 1 used to do It, but you don't see It done today. It Uted to bo a treat to get a big hunk of cake and a penny for rolling up your sleeves and patting on an old apron. But mothers nowadays seoni to imagine it belittles a boy to ask him to do anything, llk.e that, and tho mothers would rather do (lt themselves. Might as .well break him In, mamma. He'll do It many a time after he gets married. Being good won't miako you happy. Happiness comes from doing good and making others happy. Married- - llfo is billing and cooing. But the coojng only lasts a month, while- - tho billing goes on forever. Cincinnati Enquirer. If girls were to choose their husbands as careful'y as they choose their hats tho woods would bo filled with bachelors. The reason a eirl who la standing In a street car believes that the man ed an who s occupying a seat Is a gentle- - when tho gong sounds on openlnff man Is because ' takes five years of day nox spring. hard work to teach a fish how to' Wifely Checkoook. swim. AVJiat has become of the old fash- Out In Colorado tho decallon ot a loncjd man who used to wear his Jiat l)cnvcr Judge niay well carry tho house? 'sternatlon to many husbands whoso A man's hips havo to stay where means arc greater than their dom?3-Natuput them, but a woman call tlci liberality. shift them around as much as she According to this decision which was handed down last week, Colo- pleases. A Princess Is a girl who wouldn't rado women, who are married, may make a good wife for a poor man, but legally say .what Is mine is riiy own who wpuld make a poor wife for a and what is my husband's is also mine, for tho court has held that a rich man. s when mo- woman mny sign her husband's chock, Father always ther toUs how hard sho has to work. drawn on a bank where he lias monBut father had rather tako a licking ey deposited, the check may bo cashthan try to dress one of the children. ed and the wife can riot bo held for And the High Cost of Llvin? was forgery Colorado Is a state which has givnot so high In the tdayswhen a girl woirld rather uso soap than cold en women the right to vote and it seems. In Its zeal to confer every poscream. Married life means throe months of sible personal privilege upon her It has gone to tho extreme Jlmit in perkissing and thirty years of fussing. mitting a married woman to appro- A single girl can please all men. . A married girl can please all men "date her .husband's chock book Of course, according to tho inar- but one. A man wouldn't stop to glance at rlago service a man docs say before a window disp'py of wax models in minister and congregation something union suits. But a flash at a stocking about endowingvh!s wife iwjth aU of his worldly possessions, and erery on a live model will blockade traffic. It may he perfectly lovely to the in tho union has sought to protect girls when two men get up In tho wife by compelling her husband a public place and do the tango to to contribute to her support accordgether, but a Mean iBruto of a man ing to hls.rn?ans. This Is why is a legal ground for divorce .. ...Ilttn. ,n 'liA ,ltnt .lA 1n.inAa Mf. but Colore j3o has taken the marrlago named Pansy and Flossie. ves to vow in Its U. teraL sense, and What, has become ot tho posthq wife all that her husband girl who blushed when a' man sesses. , , spoke ,to her? jsomfc.tecn.atrjmean and Lots' of men- - who bras pompously. There arc ' thetr tvI ves about' their'cpnnoQtion with the money self ish 'that they stint?' boyond'all reason. Thelr-heart- s ire market can't even raise the market dry and rattle Mn their f brcasls-'likmoney. Enquirer. peas In a pod. Such men are not it or mm thy of legal consideration- - and a wlfe is justified In using ibisnanie when FOR FLETCHER'S in need of money. ' 'If any one signs another's'-namto a check fcjr tho purpose of securing money. In most states they are Fireside Baseball Chat. regarded as felons and are usually (By Al.) the? DeliWhy shouldn't "wo have a little held for forgery, but since ver judgo, has held other wise It would Saturday 'afternoon league all our men in that state own In Ohio and adjoining cquntlcs? behoove married not to deposit, thoir surplus in any There' arq several towns within reach bank, bu deposit in safoty deposit of ono another in this section which vaults. Even this wl'l be. of no esshould be glad to enter Into such a pecial good, for the wife might forge incombine, and it would not only Ihs lnamo any way and obtain goods sure Uiq fans of a good game evfcity on tho strength of his signature. week, but would considerably enIf It serves Jn one Instance ft would liven tho Interest. A commission ,or no doubt servo in another. board of directors might .be chosen Fortunately for Jthe men of Coloto select .regular umpire's and rules rado, the decision of the Denver governing the eamea and thereby el- Judgo may not be sustained when tho iminate tho wrangling and arguelng case reaches the supreme court of tho so disgusting to tho local patrons of state. the game. Thq only question is, would There Js no reason why every hus- it pay running expenses. The arlousband BhouW be Ubcra, wUh h,8 clubs mleht be confined to Ohio ooun- - ,f(j m gh)aM um)y hcr wlUj nlon. ty, ana tnen .me traveling cxpensco- ov. fiooordlnc means, and -- -' " to his woulid bo very small. Anyway, ""inlinillil .lit llll.llllln tn t.n. Ill fltVlnfT good winter gossjp. her into the attitude of a beggar asking for what is rightfully hers and Manager Casebler has been seated that which should bo cheerfully in his winter quarters chuckling at givon the troubles or Murpny, uvers ana om-er- s, hut no more does he laugh. His faco has taken on a serious aspect for his own little troubles havo "Baker" has" Jumped his contract nud'bas gono off with tho Fed-- OFerals. Elgin Is a holdout, having returned his unsigned contract several days ago, claiming that bis services are worth ten times what the contract calls for. Spalding, who ,was drafted by Chicago last year, seems by to be maklnB gocU there, and as Mut is too fat l Is a problem as to who ILER & BARNETT will cover flrsL Outfielder Thomas is all In' and to expect him to "come Agents back" .would bo ridiculous. Vprily. Manager this is a cruel old world and you have our sympathy. ILERS' GROCERY or ; - .The ' con-arout- ld re poo-poo- non-supp- e Children Cry CASTORIA e - bo-gu- n. MAGAZINES ALL KINDS Ordered The fans aro wondering who ml this the official season as "TJnshop" is in tho Clerk business. Tjnsley has applied for the position, but Manager "Jleg" Bays, "noUilu diddin." bo gate-keeper ers-taura- nt ty REPUBLICAN OFFICE:; . Mall Orders Glvei Ttmft :: Atteitioi. J. c. ILER ALLISON BARNETT t The official Ump's arm Js romllas Into shape after being hroken some time ago and it Is thought that he wHl be on hand fc yell, "play ball," wwf wpwwn i'llilMiWi4tMWf - a . pllyxijrTtiwnt!3M8 u A SfWftJU ijftl it. yxrnrct rx. CRITICISING Point A CRITIC. ! POLAR BEARS. BIBLE 8TUDY COUPON. For the Purist Who Found Flaw In Gray. "Elegy." To look for mid find In iiinsterrleccs little flnws. ronl or Imnnlnod. Is nn occupation Hint mint luivo Its ui.vMitIoih us It lulnps no profit. Jojb, otliorl Ibo task would not conitimnd nil the time n nd Isihor that nro deuted to It. nor would every such tlNcover.v ho so This condition cxultlnpl.v proclaimed. is based, or. iiithcr. Its repetition, h.v the letter In vhleh n correspondent coiifessul Unit, hnvlutr heard vcrhnl perfection !ieillied (o ISroyV "niosry." he yea moved rarefully to examine the eres on the chance of proving this pralc undeserved. And he did. he thinks, having found no lcs than two errors In the lines: Their name, their yenrs. spelt by the un lettered nnifc The plnec of fnme mil elepy supply, .And rnanv n hob t xt nrountl nlie rtrux To tench the i untie inoinllst to ill'1. "Name" Miotild bo "naiiies,'' this nil. thorlty declares, for the reason that the stones here not one hut several nnnies. and "many a holy text."' helns singular, deniandi "teaches" Instead of "teach!" Now. Just why Gray put the word "name" In tho singular and not In the plural mlcht he made the subject of Ingenious inquiry, with any one of half a dozen sulllclent explanations as rccoiii -- pense and all Inconclusive, hut to see force In the diversity of village patronymicsthat requires more than ingenuity: It demands perversity. As for "many n holy text," that does Indeed, the grammarians say. Insist that a verb in Immediate sequence be singular. Even the grammarians admit, however, with Innumerable writers of both verse and prose, that if the verb be in n later clniie the plural idea Involved In "many" can properly be alWould our correlowed to govern. spondent insist that when the estimable W. Scott, quoted by Goold Brown jn debating this very question, wrote In Hawick twinkled many a light. Behind him soon they set In night been turned to "it?" The change would at least be amusing. That much can be said. Critics of this sort never will learn the "they" should have Powerful, but Timid, They Rarely Attack Human Bainga. Observations made throughout n number of years by olllcers of the United States revenue tnnlne prove that the polar bear's limit of range is St. Matthew Island In Beting sea. A few of thee bears were at one tluio seen near the sjjal MatitR being ndrirt upon n huge lee floe. On St. .Matthew Island the bears have Litis unit dens among the rok glens that abound upon tho Ilaud. They feed almost entirely upon seals, walruses and dead drift whales, and. though disdaining to devour the blubber, the tksli Is greedily consumed. A carcass upon which n bo.i r has passed his gastronomic Judgment reveals the skin and Its fatty lining torn asunder, the flesh being cut into strips and shreds by the powerful claws and teeth. A single blow of a bear's paw, upon a seal's head sufllces to kill it. and, dragged out upon the ice, a meal is soon dispatched. In summer the hairy coat of the polar bear turns to n dingy yellow, and Its pelt then becomes of no value. They have not near tho courage of the interior bears and will rarely attack a person unless there are two or three In company. As soon as thei scent n man approaching they, as n , rule-- will shamble off as fast as they can. and there are but few records, of a bear killing any of tho natives along the northern coast. The Eskimos are very partial to the meat of the white bear, but the blubber they reject, and even the dogs, unless they are very hungry, turn up their noses at the oily mass. Ten years ago it was a hard matter to secure the entire skin of a polar bear. The Eskimos formerly cut off the head and claws and either threw then into the sea or burled them In the grouud. One of their superstitions is that should the head and claws not bo disposed of the friends of the dead animal will see the remains and consequently leave that particular district and will never return. Juneau (Alaska) News. HAVE YOUR SUITS Directory County Ch-i- Bible and Tract Society. 17 Hicks Street. Brooklyn. N. Y Kindly send me the Bible Studies marked below: "Where Are the Dead?" "Forgivable and Unpardonable Sins." "What Say the Scrlptes Respecting Punishment?' "Rich Man In Hell." "In the Cross of Christ We Glory." Precious Text." John "Most "End cf the Age Is the Harvest." "Length end Breadth, Height and Depth of God's Love." "The Thief In Paradise." "Chriit Our Passover Is Sacrificed." "The Risen Christ." 3t16. "Foreordination and election." "The Desiro of All Nations." "Paradise Regained." "The Coming Kingdom." "Sin Atonemont." "Spiritual Israel Natural Israel." "Tho Times of tho Gentiles." "Gathering tho Lord's Jewels." "Thrust In Thy Sickle." "Weeping All Night." "What Is tho Soul?" "Electing Kings." "The Hope of Immortality." "The King's Daughter, the Bride," "Calamities Why Permitted." "Pressing Toward the Mark." "Christian Science Unscientific and Unchristian." "Our Lord's Return." ' "The Golden .Rule." "The Two Salvations." Name Street City and State Upon receipt of the above coupon we will send any one of thce Bible Studies VJlVAl; any three of them for 5 cents (stamps) or the entire 31 for --'5 cents. SEND AT ONCE TO BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY, 17 Hicks St.. Brooklyn. N. Y. AN UGLY VISITOR. that rules for linguistic usage are not Applied to but are deduced from writ-er- a SHORT ON MEMORY. like Gray and Scott, that what ucb men do is right because they do Ampere's Great Mind Had No Room It and that no further justification Is For Merely Royal Affairs. needed. New York Times. Ampere, the famous mathematician and physicist, was one of the most abCOURSE OF A PITCHED BALL. sent minded men that ever lived, as the following story from the Taegllche Why Straight Fast One Jumpi Side- Rundschau goes far to prove: In September, 1800, Ampere read a ways In the Air. pitched baseball curves in the learned paper on bis researches before That a direction in which the nose of the ball the Academy of Sciences in Paris. lecture and ta moving because of the spin upward When he had finished his he found, to was about to take his scat IT the twist given by the pitcher is upwas occupied. his surprise, that ward, toward the right If the twist is Greatly agitated, he It went to Geoffrey to the right, and so on Is n matter of the president of the experience that Is quite comprehensiacademy, and said, "Mr. President. I ble, but bow n hard pitched ball should must call your attention to the fact Jump sldewise in a most irregular that some one who is not a member, of manner, although pitched straight this body has entered the chamber and without spinning is certainly puzzling. taken my seat." In the Journal of the Franklin instiThe president replied calmly, "You tute Professor V. S. Franklin of h are mistaken, my learned brother: the university expounds the phenome- person whom you have in mind is, like non as well as the philosophy of twist- ourselves, a fellow of the Academy of ed balls. Multitudes of "fans'' who Sciences." "How long. I should like to ask?" bare always supposed that the baffling Qualities of a straight pitched ball said Ampere. "Since Nlvose of the year VI," said jrere dup simply to Its swiftness never Professor the president, who was now entering , us pec ted this eccentricity. Into the humor of the situation. Franklin states the case in this way: "And in what class?" inquired the Consider a very smooth ball which is moving through still water without suspicious Ampere. "In the class of mechanical engineerpinning. There Is certainly no more reason why the ball should jump to ing, my friend," answered laughlug. the right than to the left. Therefore it "Well, that is odd!" cried Ampere, must continue to move straight forward. That is good logic. But such a and, seizing a calendar of the academy, e had ball Is no more subject to logic than is he opened to the date mentioned and read: "Napoleon Bonan sharp stick. Tho fact is that the ball parte, the Academy of does jump sldewise and In a most Ir- Sciences, fellow of Nlvose chosen In of the year may be shown regular manner. This VI." by dropping n smooth maible in a jar Much Ampere made all of still water. The marble goes nearly sorts of disturbed. and explained that apologies straight for several inches and then he had uot recognized the emperor on suddenly jumps sldewise. Similarly a account of his poor eyesight. smooth baseball Jumps sldewise Irreg"You see what happens," said Naularly us It moves through the air If poleon, "when you don't get round to ball Is not .spinning. the meet your fellow members. I have The explanation lies In the fact that never seen you at the Tullerles. But a rapidly moving stieani of air splits now I shall command 3 ou to come and when it flows p.ist ti ball with unstable see me. Tomorrow at 7 o'clock you will dividing lines or vortex sheets. The dine with me." now upward, unstable sheet will The next evening tho emperor waitnow downward. The condition Is the ed two hours for Ampere, but he had Kirue when the ball splits the air and long since foigotten the Invitation. Is shunted In a glancing manner past the bat. The only requisite for this Visible Molecules. baffling effect is power In the pitcher's Tho year lliia recorded tho first arm. demonstration visible to the eye that all matter is composed of molecules, Strange Arabian Custom. built up of atoms in crystalline forms. Jn a Tripoli cemetery the grave By passing X rays through a crystal stones, with bowls or saucers sunken an "Interference photograph" resulted, Jo the cement. Indicate that the one showing tho so called space lattice of irbo lies burled there was a person of the crystal and giving conclusive ocu wealth and Importance. These rece- lar proof of Dalton's atomfc theory. ptacle, however, are not for (lowers, as New York Times. one might imagine, hut to hold water for birds. The birds are said to bring Hard on the Clock. food fortune, so the drinking basins "Miss But. how do people In your are not provided wholly for love of house ever know what time it Js?" them. "Why, Willie, dear, what a question! By tho clocks, of course." Helping Her, "But I hea id uiu tell pa the other "You loved her vuy much?" evening that your fuce would stop a "go much that when her first hus- dock." Baltimore American. band died I married her that I might Jhare ber grief mid so lessen It." A Willing Worker. "And how did It work?" Mrs. Suhbuhs (to tramp) Out of "Fine! I'm sorrier uow for his death work, ore .ton? Theu you're Just In fbaji she Is." Houston Post. time, I've n cord of wood to be cut up, and I was Just going to send for u Probably. man to do it. Tramp That so, mum? Mrs. Newlywcd I wouder why we Where does he live? I'll go and get re growing tired of each other? him. Boston Transcript. haven't an Idea. Sirs. N. Maybe that Is. the reason. Lon. Tea. Rare. don Telegraph. A genuine cuiioslty would be a man who keeps his mouth shut and lives t Meeting the Supply. regret It. We have never seen Mm. Ilelter Tommle. don't you genulue euiloslfy.-ciriia- go News. think you're had enough chocolates? Tommle-N- o, mother. 'i'liero are two Purity is the feminine, truth the left-Li- fe. I'lascullue, of honor. Hint. Saint-UilalrLe-JjrSaint-UllalrSalnt-HllatrNew-Jywed-- 1 His Unwelcome Call Brought About a Dramatic Situation. The London representative of an East Indian Arm was working late at the warehouse. A large consignment of goods, newly ai rived, lay lu the The room that adjoined his office. room was a simple affair of four chart covered walls. There was a desk in the middle, a few chairs, and u large fireproof safe. It was nearly midnight, when a sound from the nest room induced the man to go to the door to investigate. Nothlug seemed wrong and he returned to his work, but left the door ajar. Presently a faint, harsh sound came from the next room. He sprang up to behold the head of a snake protruding through the doorway. When the reptile saw him it stopped for a second, reared its head until it was almost 011 a level with the man's and began to dart its tongue angrily in and out of its mouth. No novelist ever imagined a more desperate situation. The man was unarmed and apparently without means of escape. The moment he withdrew his eyes from those of the snake, it lowered its head and moved toward him. But he had already determined on his course. The great safe stood open. He sprang into it and closed the door behind him. although lie did not shut It completely. That would have meant He slow but certain suffocation. slipped a small cashbook Into the aperture and held the ponderous door open about half an inch. Meanwhile the python for such it was in a paroxysm of fury, had tiling its colls twice round the safe, which stood some distance out from the wall. The creature drew its colls to the ut most tension In an angry effort to crush tho iron hafe. By an effort the despcrnte prUoncr He remembered collected his wits. that a case, slightly damaged and marked, "to bo kept In a moderately warm place.'' had been put in the room, and dualities accounted for his horrible vKltor. But tie nltluuigh simple, offered no consolation. Something must he dune. The captive racked his brain sorely until an Idea struck him. Earlier in the evening he had put one of the ledgers in the safe with a long, black eraser Inside to mark a special entry. Cramped and almost doubled as he was, he found It no easy matter to reach the slender weapon, the blade of which was as sharp as a razor. Taking his courage In both hands he plunged the knife again and again Into the folds of tho suakc, wbcio they crossed the small aperture. There followed a horrible, tearing soutid. and the massive safe rocked ominously for some moments. Theu suddenly tho folds seemed to relax and go writhing to the floor. Owing to tho cxtremo tenslou of the colls the keen blade had almost 'scr-pre- d the body iu half. From head to tall It measured nearly forty feet Eaied Hit Mind. Havlug suffered mental anguish, to say nothing of damage to my reputation as a poet, from typographical disarrangements, transpositions and other accidents Incidental to the careless handling of verse. I submit herewith n form of stanza which I believe to be proof against such vicissitudes. It reads the samo backward and forward, up and down and btaudlng on your bead: WE SHOULD WORRY. Should v all worry? We should worry, all. All worry, should we? Worry ull w tliould. Copyright applied for. Henry Tyr rell in New York World. i Circuit Court -- T. P. Blrkhcnl, V. Judge, Ben D. UIiiro, Attorney.'; I. .MIdklff, Jailer; 13. 0. Unrnus, Law Attorney Clerk; 13. 13. Blrkhead, Master it. T, Collins, Trustee DyeRepairing and HAKTFOllD, ICY. Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Deputies --S. A. Ilmtcher, Hartford. ing oflce deputies Airs. S. 0. Keown ntld Will jnutlce hla profo&alon In lal Keown. Court convenes first Ladies work given-specia-l (illmoro In February mid continues and adjoining counties. Commercial Monday and Criminal Practice a Specialty. 'thrco weeks; third .Monday In April, wtieks; third Mondnj in Ostoher, Hats Cleaned two weeks. ' County Court John U. Wilson, Repaired. Judge; YV. C. lllankeiifihlp, Clerk; Work called C. i:. Smith, Atlormtj, Hartford. Law 'Court coiivcnes flrat .Morning In cadi HARTFORD, KY. mouth. Quarterly Court Bcylus on the Club $1.00 Mttsre. W. II. B.irn.a and C. E first .Monday In ovcry month. Court of Calum Convenes first Smith announce that Uioy liavo form-- a Tuesday in January and first TuesnarUHTaU'ip fw Ulio eoimkiI prao day In October. tice ot Liw, exc ipt criminal and dtvor Hartfoi d Pressing Glilb, Other County Officers C, d. Mo-- . cosos, Mr. Smith boing County Attor1 loy, Survej or, FoiUsvllle, KJ., II. ai'NTin:i! Bi.i)()(i:.NTi:u st. ii f. 1 J. no. . Tom lllues. Assessor, ney Is lirwciited fruni practicing such Olaton, Ky.j Oinn Shults, Superiii- - ccisus. Mr. Barikv; nail individually HARTFORD, KY. Iteiideiit, Hartford; Dr. A. B. itlley, accept 6iich practice. Id' Offices 'Coroner, llnrtfortl; T. II. Benton, Hartford Republican building, Hert?PHWlWK:eVMH Itoad iOjiglncer, Hartford. ford, K" I JUSTICES' COIKTS. I3d. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday liftV-VEer 3d Monday in March, Tuesday lifter I!d Monday in June, Tuesday after 3d Monday In September, TuesLaw day after 3d Moiulay in December. I.,. A. McDanlel, Koekport, Friday KY. HARTFORD, In March, Friday after 3d Monda ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRlN after 3d Monj lay In June, Friday ! d Monday In September, after This office Is equipped for handFriday after 3d .Monday in De- ling Commercial Lav and Collection cember. S. V. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday Items as well as other legal and after 3d '.Monilaj in Jiarcli,, WedPrnctlcu In nil tho nesday after 2d .Monday In June, courts. nmttys. mid vigorous service. Prompt Wednesday after 3d MoifJay In SepFeel right nil tho time. Don't lay off tember, Wednesday after 3d .Mon- M. I,. Hca riu's Office. from work for days by taking calomel day in December. keeps you when pleasant Liu- - Ver-La- x 11. Tlchitaor, Centcrtoun. Sat on your feet, while relievingyourtroub- - urday 0. after 3d MoifJay In .March, le. Safer too, and easy to take. Den't Saturday t take anything else. Vou can't afford Saturday after 3d .Monda In June,Attornoy at Law after 3d Monday In SopCROMWELL, - KY. tern and relieves constipation. A nat-- , In ."" Saturday after 3d Monday December. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday Will prnctlec his profession In lulu in its effect and certain in results. It Collections, will after I'd Monday In March, Tuesday and adjoining counties. won't bo long" before Liv- - Ver-La- x Monday completely displace calomel in every after --'d Monday In May, Tuesday- Commercial and Criminal Practice a In AiiKtist. Tuesafter 3d home. Children can take it freely an Prompt and vigorous Specialty. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar- ilday after --'d Monday In Novomber. W. S. Wed- service. Dean, Dundee. anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and signa- nesday after tho second Monday In .March, Wednesday after ''JJ Monday ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky. in May, Wednesday after 3d Monday J. in August, Wednesday after 2d Monday in Novomber. I AM Ucn P. Itice, FondsvlUe. Tuesday THE after 2d Monday in March, ThursSEWING day after 2d Momlnv In Slav. Thurs- To do any kind of VeterinaMACHkNK Iday after '2d Monday Jn August, ry work. Horses, mules and OF Thursday after 21 .Monday in Nocows need not die for want of vember. QUALITY.' Ben W. Taylor, Hartford, Itouto Calls answered attention. C, Friday alter 2d Monday In March, day or night. N Fr.'lJay after 2d Monday In May, Pri-da- y NOT after 3d Monday In August, Friday artr 2d Monday in November. SOLD HARTFOHD 1,'OLICE COUUT. Veterinary Surgeon UNDER O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. ANY - Ky. Fogle, City Attorney; J. Stevens, OTHER Marshal; Court convenes secoid MonNAME. day in each month. City Council J. C. iler, Major; It. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Ucan, Treast, If you purchase tho NEW HOME you will urer. .Members' of Council J. C. Capt."A. D. "Whiter A. E. Patc7 have a life asset at the price you pay, and wilt J. D. Ralph, A. C. Ydser. W. 11. not have an endless chain of repairs. Gillespie. The National Weekly - jJJILai School Trustees J. D. Dulic, Clialr-ma' Quality It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. ILjEIti TT 1 nsr 1 f Considered J. W. 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It b the best medicine ever sold GUABANTJCBD BATIBFAQXOYJ G. E. G. Austin. PrentlBs. w over a druegbt'a counter. ACaTUMIJJU. C. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. HsaKMMSsflBMBMKSssWSJIIflMiBSMH Cleaned Pressed Otto C. Martin at neatly done. ,r- - attention. and to delivered. month. forand Barnes & Attorneys at Smith' rate per :-- USE LI K-L AX ARTHUR D. Attorney at KIRK For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. lltl-gat- cd , T.WADESTRATTON PREPARED NEW HOME ., W. H. RILEY i. Hnrtford, v I IUti-net- IS Collier's Collie First Time n; in Club - SEEDS .... l's H. W. BUCKBEE $2.50 y S SEEDS9 rfVAMrf -- to-da- J lt rl I I Bal-mal- n, Electric Bitters us KILLtw COUGH th Dr. King's li-m,- Niw Discovtry 5" auaai i caw ..&. -- L 1 P A ? ALL IN THE ACCENT USE How DOGS AS BLANKETS. CASTORIA For Infanta and Chaldron. Words on Which Common Usage and Dictionaries Disagree. LINCOLN AND LIEN AND LION. An Amusing Verbal Duel In the Supreme Court In Which the Lean Lawyer' Wit Cam Into Play A Blind Man's Criticism of Irving-There The Kind You Have ALCOHOL .1 Pfiiru.' Always Bought Bears the Signature of 1 slmlaiilicFoodantJRcdA iing(JieSiomaclisan(lDorls f tire untny words no hnbltunlly mispronounced that the correct accent (I. e., the accent favored t.v the dictionaries) would appear wrong If anybody used It In current conversation. This, of course, inciiis that common Promofcs DirfcslionChf crfJ ncss und KcstCnnt.ilndioi'Vr Opiiiiu.Murphinc norMiacraL LaV AAiT A K EH T Hi. Hi - 'it' ' ssasasasassssB I -- .ii1 SM.nw tnyiftf JW" jtbiSmatl AwtSrnl -- i MnsiW- CanM Sujnr hutofrmllmr. Apcrfect Remedy forConsfipa Worms jComnIsioujIotrisl: lion . Sour Slonuch.Dlarrlieci rtr '! i Ir us ( usages have overriden the dictionary nnd established :i now Ntiimlard which the dictionary of the future will have to respect. Just ns those of today respect the pronunciation of "Hen" that they rcjoded In the past. Such words arc cocaine and ptomaine, which the dictionary of the present recognizes ns trisyllables, thus: Anyone familiar with French a ,an' gunge that may he mild to possess no nccentcd syllables will understand Talue's complaint about London restaurants that whenever ho ordered potatoes the waiter Invariably served hlni with butteri-toast. And of course It was another Frenchman who made a Jest of matrimony by pronouncing it Mnrk Lemon records a story about Lord Chancellor Eldon nnd Sir Arthur I'lgott. The flrst always pronounced the word "lieu" in two syllables, us if It was spelled the latter pronounced It lu one syllable, lean. Just as It would be pronounced In ordinary conversation. On this difference Jekyll wrote an epigram: Sir Arthur, Sir Arthur, why, what do you By sayinn tho chancellor's lion Is lean? Do you think thut his kitchen's so bad as all that. That nothing within It will ever get fat? ncssandLossoFSLEEP. FacSaalc Signature of For Ovei vTrT vnnir flag luif i Thirty Years ed under the Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMK CtWTAUH COMPANY. NC TO CITY. mejn Starck Pianos r BBft A. STARCK t. 'AUIDtNT Lord Eldon's pronunciation of this legal term was not unknown at one Eaileit. Tarma A Saving oi lOO to S2 0 0 From Factory Direct ou aatoed LowcsstNsst Fa ct ory Prioea iaAdraaoe Satissfao-Uo- a Guar No Mosey -- time in America. Witness an anecdote He once appeared ic about Lincoln. the supreme court in a case Involving a Hen upon a piece of property, . The presiding Judge was noted alike for obstinacy and pedantry. Lincoln, referring to the lien, pronounced It lean." This vIsIBly affected his honor. "Ll-en- . French Knife Grinders Keep Warm While at Work. Every visitor to one of the great Paris slorcs will have noticed counters covered with table cutlery of the characteristic French pattern brond, curved blades nnd horn or black bone handles, excellent steel and very cheap. Almost all this at Thiers nnd Aa! For Three Samer Mn. Vis- - believe I would have died if I haia'f by hand. Hut there Is no external taken it. sign of manufacture, and n traveler ceat Wu Usable te Attend" to After I began taking CarduJ, I vm might pass through the town without suspecting a great Industry. Aay el Her'Hevsewerk. greatly helped, and all three bottles reThe swift (lowing Utirolle supplies lieved me entirely. power at the bottom of a deep nnd I fattened up, and grew so ranch narrow gorge, on the steep side of which tho apparently sleepy town Is Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger In three months, I felt like anbuilt. At olio story below street level three summers," writes Airs. Waltcr other person altogether." wo came to tho forges of the chief Vlnccnt, of this town, "and thethlrd and firm. Here, with extraordinary quickCardul is purely vegetable and gentle-actinness nnd skill the knives nrc hand last time, was my worst. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic forged blade, hilt and tang from I had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. tempered one by one. steel bar, then prostration, and was scarcely able to nnd two stories lower down, at river Cardul makes for increased strength, level, lu n long, d.irk. damp cellar, they walk about. Could not do any of my v Improves the appetite, tones up the nernrc ground, and It Is the method of housework. vous system, and helps io make pale, this process, unique so fnr ns I know, I also had dreadful pains in my back that makes the Industry of Thiers sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. and sides and when one of those weak, worth a moment's description. Cardui has helped more than a million The river turns a score of emery sinking spells would come on me, 1 weak women, during the past 50 years. In diameter, and wheels about a yard would have to give up and lie down, above each of those Is a narrow, slopIt will surely do for you, what it hat ing platform six feet long and two until it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly in a dreadful state of wide. Along each of these, flat and face downward, lay a grinder, man or health, when 1 finally decided to try Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladles' Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special In. woman, grnsplug a blade by the two on your case ard book, CarduJ. the woman's tonic, and I firmly tlrutlvmt for Women," MM in plain wrapper. "Horns Treatment J--j cuds and pressing It by the whole weight of the body against the revolving wheel Just below. The long row of stretched out bodies gave a grim impression of something between n field bospitnl and a mortuary. The foreman assured us that It was much easier work thus to press against the wheel by one's weight than to sit and press by the force of ouc's arms. But to lie thus almost motionless all day long In a dank cellar, far below the ground level, Is about as dreary and unhealthy a way for a being to pass his life as can be Imagined. The place itself cannot be Prompt Attention and Good Service. warmed, but to keep nt least a little heat In their bodies and stave off TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, rheumatism as long ns possible the grinders have adopted the extraordinary expedient of training dogs to lie all day upon them dogs of all sorts and sizes. There they lay. curled up on the backs of their owners' thighs, living hot bottles. Sir Henry Norman In Scrlbner's. e g. COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT JAMES & CO., Plrst Class Uiyeryrrieri Centertown, Kentucky. hu-ma- n OUR CLUBBING RATES. 2. BEAU H FIELDING A PUZZLE. Mr. Lincoln.'' he gently re- monstrated. "Very well." said Lincoln. But a little later he forgot himself and out came the pronunciation "lean." Once more he was corrected by the Judge. beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial, In jour All e ask In that ou will i.lay upon, use at the end or that time, you do not find It the highest grade, sweetest toned and llnest piano In every way. that you have ever seen fm the money, jou are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, In that both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, cent. pny the or there la no sale. liomo. No canli rymetu required. uiul test this pluno for 30 clay. If. 30JJAYS1 FREE TRIAL ' a Wo will ship &',' Savt $150.00 We klilp tHrt-c- to you Irom our factory, at pricss that saiejou upwards ct f 150.00 In tho of jour piano. We guarantee to furnish iott joij a IVttrr piano for the money thin jou can nir rlsrolirrf. You areaisuret of rrculnir a satisfactory vcrt toned durable hlgli grade (iS&iiOj tr Mart Easy Paymants rah down, b- -t after 30 days of trial, jou can begin payment on the lowest, rosiest terms cser suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your comenirnce, ami It is possible for you to bry a pna for your home, without mhil--g th" money. . , Ton pay no Kviry Starck Tlano la siiarantn l for 15 yrara. Thii piarantre lias Lack of It our 35 yrira of piano rxr rlcnee, and the re of nn responsible piano liquse. 2nd - Hand largains We liaic con'tanttj on lun.l a Urgf ni mbcr of sl.rfhlly used pianos of aH and accond-hanstandard makes tslrn In exchange for new Starck Pianos and 10 Frit Mutlt USSIHS To rsery parchawr of Starck I'lanoa, we clvc free music lessons. In one of tlie Imt known schools In Chicago. These lessons you can take la your own home, by mall." This 'reprwents one year's free Instruction. I'layer-Plano- i. The follow-In- : arc a few sample bargains t Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball Starck ... $110.00 02.00 90.05 99.00 195.00 are Stank t'layer-l'iano- s the best and most beautiful Player' pianos on the market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, and will I pleased with the scry low prices at which they can be' secured. Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano book which rim you large amount of Informs. Hon regarding pianos. This book, will Interest and nlease you. Write todiv. MaytrPlim. autre Plant Ittk Fraa Send for our latest complete second hand bargain list. "As you please." retorted Lincoln. bomewhat nettled. "Not ns I please." came frflm the bench. "That Is the pronunciation favored by Webster and by Worcester. It so obtains at Westminster hall and also at our own supreme court lu Washington." Lincoln had now recovered bis constitutional good humor. Bowing to the court, he said: "Certainly, your honor, certainly. I only desire to say Hint if my client bnutUiiown there was a lion on bis farm for sp long u time. I nm sure be would not have stayed there even long enough to bring this suit, and I should not have bnd the pleasure of appearing before this honorable court" Of Henry Irving we are told that to heroic perseverance and hard study be ndded almost childlike eagerness to adopt any suggested Improvement In bis manner of delivery. A blind man once offered nn Illuminating criticism on his Sbylock. The sensitive ear ot the sightless auditor 'detected a fault In living's opening line: Three thousand ducats well! "I hear no sound of the usurer In that' was 'the blind man's subsequent comment; to Irving himself. "It Is said with the reflective air of u man to whom money ineaus very little." -- P.. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO 'r t i A- i 1123333 A. . akitjasaf II Mi I i.t The Justice of the criticism was acknowledged by Irving. He revised Did You Know That We Are Giving Away Another his reading, not only of the llrst Hue. but of several others In which be, now saw that he had not been enough of IN CASH FREE BARREL OF WHISKEY OR the moneylender. George Kllot in "Mlddlemnrch'' supplies a classic Instance of the value of tho accent. When Lyndgate. ore One chance with every quart bought for cash, either rnail distressed at the failure of all his pro orders or house .purchases. The one we gave away at Christmas fessional nnd financial plaiiN, comes to went to Ohio county in the shape of $00 in cash why not this his wife rot sympathy, she meets liliu one. Remember every quart bought elsewhero lessens your wllh the query: "What can do?" . chance of making $05.00 easy. Whereon the. author comments; "That little speech of four words, like languages. N en so many others in SI 9 W. Third Street m. Ma liable of oppressing all states of inlml Owensboro, Ky. from helpless dimness l eUmustUe If you send for anything insist they come to us. Get our price argutneutatlvo perteptlon. from the completed self devoting fellowship In list for your mail orders. Express prepaid. T Host the most neutral aloofness. innndV thin utterance tluvw Into tlu do":' as much words 'What can neutrality as they could hold. They fell like a mortal chill on Lyudxntc's A Texas Wonder. OVER 66 YCAAS' roused tenderness " CXPErtlCNCC One of lu Maui lei's best cartoons In Tho Texas Wonder curus Kidney nn Punch, shows it deferential ui.in of lu bladder troubles, dlbsoUfa snivel, quiring tnlud propounding tuis question cures dltbctes, weak tml'lumo backs, to a professional beauty: "Alq't you thvrt of, bnrlng people rheumatism, and all Jrre,nilarlUe8 or say That Is the beautiful Mlw Hel tho and .bladder In both mon size!' " ' aaHsaatiatiatiataV ' Trade Marks riritiarjs ."Oh, no." I ho professional beauty reand' woinon. Itejjulates bladder trou AnsvmaHTS Ac. bearing plies. "1 tiiii getting llnsl-o- f Anyone senjlug akeleh nndilearrlntloiiuwf blot lit children .If not sold by your people say "Is THAT the beautiful Miss J?. Walsh lu Clil ItelsIzeJ' druKfrfat, will tend by mall ,on sulll ltl SL I cago CcconMIetuld. .. a..... akHn.k Until! fta VSt i of $1.00, One tmmll bottto la $fcUxinotU:tt without caartru, Hi UiO .two tuouthH' treatment, and txdom Try to be something lu the world SCkHtifK weekly. allu to iMvlect a. cure. Send for Aim nt and you will be elr. lamest s.i lllsstratsd Abwdaonielr etle'itUlg front thiH and other Btates. excellence and c(vll-Mcwill be t.t of any Us, U HSU all lrms. f s. jiiM lnur tuunt b? r ewsdesH Dr. K. W. Hall, 2'Ji6 Ollvo Btrcvt, Bt. tallied- .- Bolleiiu. C03MM.lilrVT0n( Louta, Mp. Sold by Jrugtstjs. 20t53 imcn. pB ft, Vrub'uxtonJ'' v. 44 His house was sumptuously furnished, his hunters, hacks and racers were of great value. tand "he kept a table of princely hospitality." lie had no ostensible source of Income, yet appeared to be rolllnir In wealth. All that fsvna ktinvvn uf htm wns flint lip was "fire1 flfth'son of Thomas Wilson, an Impoverished gentleman of Leicestershire. Evelyn describes him as a very young man. "civil and good natured. but of no great force of character," and "very sober and of good fame." All attempts to discover his secret were vain. "In his most careless hours oc amusement he kept a strict guard over bis tongue and left gossip to conjecture what It pleased." He redeemed his father's estate and portioned off his sisters nnd when remonstrated with on his extravagance replied that, however long his life should last, be would always have enough to live lu the same way. Some said it was be who had robbed tho Holland mall, for which another man bad suffered: others that be depended upon the gambling table, though be never plnyed for large sums. He was the enigma of social life till bis career was cut short by a duel. His adversary was at that time a young man about town like himself. Jdbn Law, who afterward became the founder of the1 famous Mississippi scheme by which half of. Franco was ruined. When the mysterious Beau died he left only a few pounds behind hlim'and not a scrap of cvldenco to enlighten public curiosity. Vegetable Ivory. Vegetable Ivory is tho product of the plant known among botanists as macrocarpo. It is a native of South America, found chiefly on the baiiks of the M.igdnlenu. Colombia. It Is mostly found In separate groves. In damp localities lind upon ground that bears no other foim of plant life. Tho setsls contain a tiillky Juice which. as It ages, haidetis until It, becomes a valuable substitute for animal Ivory. A Subtle Din. "Weel. weel." said the bailie to the itvsessor, when a youth was litoiisht up before hint for some trilling offense, "ye ken we milium be niter Imid on Hie pulr fallow. We were l.uhlles alnce iorsc)s, and I suppose was as big n iili as ony ' ilieui when I was lining." "And you'ti, not nn old in. in jet, liallle." said the assessor blandly. -Youth's t'oinp.inloii, 1 Waa the Enigma of English Social Life In Hi Day. Beau Fielding was a young man of fashion In the reign of William 111. fl-3The Republican and Louisville Herald'. 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis .7. 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm k Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.56 The .republican and 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 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 The Globe-Democrat Twice-a-Wee- Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. I YOUR ' I Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes " Statements , Cards And other printed forms are given $65 Hiy-telcph- as Special Attenton X In The Republican Job Department. 1 i P. R. njrnsrJ $C0. t I 1 Fruity. "Do you expeei this romantic turn of yours to bear any practlnil fruits';" "I 'do ' i h:ie now a date with a peach, who U the apple of my ey. and with whom I t'Xpcct to make a pair when J have picked a few plums, unless she hands too u lemon lu the meantime." Baltlnioie Ameilcau. One Way to Pay. "Has Owen ever paid back that 510 .you loaned hlui a year ttgoV "Oh. yes: ie borrowed twenty-livmore from it.e last week nnd only took e iatHgAVi HI fJmW.MV ffH ' V BBBBBBBBBbPV bbV bbH Vr JallLHJ K BBBBBBBsHaV'wKaW VV fV siBHia,i'ir Iik' MtCormlik KUU life Fortify Your Fertilizer v Wit Did you ten your fertiliter deojer and arrange lu buy fertilizer containing at least at much aaV ataSBT ru-cul- flMWM. )''!; I lou rb..-s.-i real kind that pay you and the dealer. If you did not, you klmuM at once ask your dealer to carry Potash halts to that you nuy increase the l'olah in the ordinary brands. To increase the 1'kUs.Ii t percent, add 40 pounds Muriate lug will A or Sulphate of Polish to a tun of increase the 1'uUsli of a ton 5 perct tt. 'I'ri' .. snr- - fitt.1i &,, IwiiL P.tl'ili 1:il. . .j It -- ... ......... ...... r dtaltr u ill not carry I'etAili &Mt. uiit la Ijr'tuis. II V will till any quantity at Phosphoric Acid? That is tlie POTASH t;.K .. d e GERMAN KALI WORKS, ,t-t- fifteen."-Ho-- !n TraiiK-ilpt- . rs ar. Orira it. Wlhhtj - lnt, 42 ieu .'5 CsUlcrc,- S:nv Broadway, New York u Ours! Bark ti!. A'l-k- r B' aia.iati fB.k: 1 Trim b a vr w The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p any kind, can change the fact that arc Rlad they did not blunder Into free oats, for wo havo pad trlbuto to Canada to tho tuno of $10,000,000 or $12,000,000 of our good money, lyot It would havo been less ot a blunder than 'lie frco corn folly. G&&GQQGQ&QQQQ9QQQ9GQVQQG6QQ9QGQQQGSQQ&Q Royal Baking Powder has been found by the offi- A String of Beads. American suffragettes arc importuning tho English Mrs. 1'ankhurst to abandon her crusade of violence. Dut violence to Mrs. l'ankhurst'Mlkc tho hatchet to Carrie Nation, is her chief stock In trade, and Bhe' will scarcely abandon her only n leans to 3R acqulro wealth and notorloty. Col. Goetha's was tendered at the same time the. police commissioner-shi- p of Now York City and the governorship of the Canal Zone. For onco office was seeking the man. FinalWinter Weights Clearance of , .. . - V This week will be all highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and of absolute cial examinations to be of the "needed to sell every winter garment in the house. For clearer buying we have grouped all of our '. suits in one lot, making s that is Ofl finite at 5 . , .00 purity and wholesomeness. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. There Is a movement among the ork Stato to Progressives of New nominate Col. Iioosevcl for governor. If the Colonel accepts there will be something doing In tho Kniplrc State next fall. Our Coats still offer a few excelle nt garments, which are half price and less, but most of the coats are all one price, making.. 69 Ooats'at 35.00 bushels raised by It. So, with this Gen. Co.cy Is threatening to lead FREE CORN IS A method to show tho bounty ot Nn- - nnot'"- - sreat army of the, unemploy....a fkri ,rten ti IM. ffmirfxi .Hint ed 'on to Washington, as soon as TARIFF BLUNDER tn9' "' cri)- - mariy 7oo'ooooo tha winter snows are melted. Does bushels less than Jast, Is worth mll- - Coxey Just love to sec the unem'lions more In money. In other words, ployed march or Is enough tho way to enrich the country Is Levys is proof of Our to have a drouth, blight and pesti to want to embarrass the Dcmonrats? ,. .. $65,000,003 Taken From ...... .,w. nave : Lcvys 4:AonA m jwu uw.ivi ai&u iildryOU Mill ST. lence. Such nonsense! with wheat. Corn at Chicago has dropped sixFarmers, Benefiting Only which Is raised to sell, this method teen cents a bushel slnco tho imU substantially correct. But with ports began coming In from Argent-Un- a Millionaires. T corn, which Js not raised to pell, It but the consumer is still payof the crop ing fifty cents for a half measure crazy. Three-fourtJs (ill on the farms to make moat. of meal.. "Why Congress should have .placed b Qut oI m2 ther(J corn on the free list and Imposed a fc1 on the famg about 2,500,000,000 A million dol'jars is offered to the f I was In tho doctor's office nt tho hour peace has not been mine, nay, Man About Town. duty of 6 cents a bushel on oats bushels. Out of 1913 (taking Into con- - mcMi wlin Hllrltifv Mm Rnn KrnnflsrO time, in the operating room. I was nowr near. At ovory avenue I meet The Whlttlcr was coming up town was the subject of the evening dls- - sideration tho surp us carried over w, on my back in the operating chair, an accuser, who cries, "Oh jes, jou'ro cushion at the fifth annual banquet from 1912) there will probably be fed ln sum tho other morning, on his Avaj to his when", I .discovered that the doctor tlthe Whlttlcr." If It stoppod a that ' of tho oats, trade of the New York on. the farms approximately 2.000,000,- - wou,d hJre Now A yor,. of that t0 ( thp Bunmcn regular place of business, and ho saw could extract teeth absolutely with- - this mental anguish might bo endur-oProduce Exchans- - held at the iWal- - 000 bushels. fool fell0WS( and tho bal. a man approach a certain fat Buy and shoot pain. Yes, in my agony and suf- - able, but not so. Sometimes physical dorf on Saturday evening. Tha diners , will you accept such nonsense as anco o moaey cou;j ue U3e)j f3r guy setcrel)' foring 1 looktlt Jons and Bcarchingly pain results. Just the othertday I waa heard him take tho fat numbered more tlian 100 and includ- - tho statement that 2,000,000,000 bush- - cnarity. Into tho dootorfe face and I could not attacked by one whoso vanity ball n .. grain man from Me eiB to task, as being the author ofthts cd meatiproduclng grain is worth detect the. least sign, semblenco or been touched by Whlttlcr and it was West a,nd Northwest, who In some more money than 2,000.000,000 bushels m election of United States stuff, having fun at his expense, etc. Indication of pain. In fact he look- - only by scientific means that I eludinstances traveled as .much as. 1,500 of tho same meat producer? Sot un- - senators by popular vote will toe put We quietly and serenely passed n ed so pleased and happy that I al- - cd him. I was also mistaken for Tho miles solely to attendIs event. loss thev show us (that the meat pro- - t0 a severe test April Cth when a our way, and a little further on wo most wanted to kill him. "The Bos3, Whlttlcr in the County Clerk's' of-James Simpson, wiioknown thru- - duedd from the 2,000,000,000 bushels prin,arj. election ln Alabama will 'de-o- saw another fellow take a certain aforo stated, told us to cut out tlC0 and when I applied for marriage the country as NeYork's "cats & worth more than that produced clde between Oscar Underwood, floor .long guy by tho throa,' and the. said names." license I was refused, point b'onk. specialist," acted as toastmastcr and from the 2.500,000,000 bushels. And leader or the House Democrats, and first party said to the &aid long guy But here's ono on "The Whlttlcr." in an earnest address arralngod Con- - that you know, is absurd, because one Richard Pearson Kissing Mi that he, the. said first party was goSpeaking of lawyers, one of Hart- - You know he's very, very iiartlcular grcss for its lack of consistency in meat is not higher 'this year than son The flght bcen a long and ing 'o beat the faco olf'n said long arrangins the grain Tariff. Mr. ij was last; and if 4 was, then the bitter one, and .the country will watch guy if his name was used In the ctuff ford's leading attqrnojs heft business that his real name doesn't become Simpson said: la this column an more. We continu- In Lousvlie, one day, recently, bo public. Whether it's modesty, fear folly of Congress In robbing the the resUH with Interest. ed on our way! rejoicing in three he wandered hence to attend to same, or shame, I know not. Anyway,' I Through, some process of mcnjal farmer by lowering tho market prico :: Hq made the trip aM right, arrang-lwa- s lu conversation with tho iWhlt-e- d gymnastics, the expressed purpose 0r corn Is all the more glaring. Corn A Kentucky legislator has ltttro-o- f facts, viz: lt is batter to keep unider tho date for this important bust- - tier and a gentleman who was hard which was the cheapening of nee- - j8 raised primarily to make moat cover that honesty Is sure somu duetto a bill to extend the common essltlce of life, the liuty on oats wias fO0Ki for the human famil and if school term to eight months. It is policy and that Jt pays &lwas, to live noss engagement which called ln oth hit In the above column recently. er eminent attorneys. When this law- The latter was tclllng'a joko on one fixed at 6 cents per bushel and corn that is not cheapen!, then tho cf- - a bet the fellow could not par;e above "uapicloti. yer of ours Iclt homo he waa nicely of our newiy-elcctc- d county officials made free or duty. Of Just what oi- - forts of our lawmakers have been "p0ter drove the horso from John's in an attractive Rrey IsulU and when ho had finish Vl the. Wblt-UlInform-o- J, attired eratcd in the minds of Ui wisp men the vainest of aln. Tile K. L. I. L. L., we aro barn." It Is not a longer term, with-cxculiucd, "Why didn't I (think After haling completed all arrange Washington 0,h respect to corn Is progressing nicclj, secral Corn ,s not a human f0OQ( except out' an increase in the school fund, ments for the meeting with tho oth - .to write that up last week." When 1 have no conception. The United to full fellowship, others on n)eat Aud tue mInd of a aChool- - that is needed but better pay for cr the boy shou-.- iue bejend thq thoufiht of the teachers. Tho present low probation, tho the League has lost er parties, he spied a barber shop, tho full realization of what he had Statts raises three-fourtof tho entire world. We have any 1)OS3ible cheapening of moat arles paid our teachers keep the two of its charter members, Judge Into which ho meandered, to have dono came over him. my heart awvll- alwajs been an exporter of corn; and, through the removal of duty and the work In the hands of amateurs. Our Wedding and Tom Black. Judo Wed- himsclf brushed up, shoes bhlnedjcd with pity. Ho mval'owed a lump, with the ordinary blessings of Provi- - importation of a fow million bush- - schools will remain largely ineffl- - ding ' as opened a law office and is and about a ten das growth of a tear, qicii. had a notion, ills pridu whiskers sheared from his fate, in' was wounded and ho niado It worse uwicc, wo win continue ito do lor 0s cf corn from Argontlna. How cicnt until sa'niic3 are adequate to industriously working his profession years to come. It is wisdom on the couid 0u, oh, ye great thinkers at induce our teachers to adopt teach-pa- rt on any and all who come his way. order to be more presentable, 1 pre-- j by Jiclng. Tho other fellow dlhi't his clothc3 say anything, but "mo thinks I gaw sumc. He off or Canada, which raises no corn washinstcn, got it back on the Ing as a profession. j. T. Thcki Tom Black, as some havp no- on going l'tt'lcu'the. all of which Ihe ( him smile." Of court I can't break -- 11, shop, into Wlmij. It free. Canada im- to at ticed, pulled that hitch and round farma or the Middle aad Central rules of said shop wuold permit, fin-- , my oath and tell the Whlttlar's name, Why He Sought Solitude. , lKwes duties on other grains wheat, ,.i,- - M i, was stuff, and when ,t(i -. l" '"" Js ""Wract W""tho total corn miibRU V..ln... MmMnirillM feedthe notlco of the itLeague brought (al'y crawled Into a chair, roculvcd but I'll say this much lie's terribly UUM.WbVUMUWM UAIUIGt oats, barley which tt does raise in In an to a It that "What, you, Clarence Vere de Vere, ", charges wero very prop- thd needed shave, face message, hair bald headed. that will com to market, inasmucn in the heart of darkest Africa! What official tonic, etc., paid tho bill, nctlct'J (hat not raise, none. The. stupidity as ,the markct 1)rJcc wm average ma- ln the world are you doing hereH erly preferred and both of sa'd Australia Still Unexpired. no pne laniier terlaiiy bjghcr than last year, will Clarence Vere do Vere "I'm wearlnc out into the cold world. ho was late, crabbed some clothes umt asauiuea boosted It is curious to realize that vaat and out ho went. A fow moments duly on oats and none am0unt to more dollars than tho to- - the necktie Miss Darling gave me for Moral be careful of with a oenduct If ampl l later another gentleman was finish on corn, the greatest agricultural XaX that Ciime ' t0 market out 0f the Christmas. I promised her I WQUld, "' cd and on looking for his clothes prpduct of our land, were it not a crop of 1012, but to say that 2,460,- - yu know!" Puck. 'thoy wore not to be found. Noses a quarter W AuatralUi still .u9V lact, cpnironung us, i wouia aeem im- - ooo.OOO bushels total crop is of more d somc clotlwa and flore couatCd al,r In the weft. wh,r, t) poqtvlble. prev,!ous 3,125,000,000 iVlt.ha had a Kum Down, vaiue than th0 normal crop of corn Is 3,000,- -' bushels Is ridiculous. sal?, (Get that KASH?) characteristic things, were found tor which there MIRf FOR FLETCHER'S WnCr- - Th ?l 000,WObushels. A material curtailment tartH?' of Hartford merchants, for several WR8 n Th(j (Dopilrtment 1 " "" "" ; days, an4 our better told of Agriculture In arriving at its cs- . , they, finally caught Mm, and to 'set sonie brown euear, tormaklh i tf mated valuo of the corn crop ai p arrangement we are en- - syrup, h Bo back to In no TlRftETCHErS im cittfff.A tllH uo o..v . and some salt while It was!1"8183 "V "'tt " tlirv lite rt nnli-- nrmlo hnf thHmMv titth m- -j . u"u i. f. " "WUMla iir u cIuilh. so wr, J h wa3 VCTV muc wanted, but the : """" t tou-- nnd 9 States of Jho West last summer wouM wnl a"d very misleading. Its lights aro Home Ufe, Green's Fruit Grower luwyer would not go. The ncSroes of uor Imndllng any chubod a dime's worth cf sugar ai.U fLl(l,in' aud lt cannot 8C0 the way' and Farm ut0- - four splendid jflontb- Notice. ourmone, to a foregn county two bit's worth of salt. The party were afraid to sicak of khc clothes But wh. m thcy Pro.cot tho faWn. y maBazIne9 wUh one offending. They asked tho; "' who controls the stock In tho home for fear of The Dlrectora of tho Ohio County ers' oats crtl' w,tn c ccnt8 duty and years subscription to Tho RepubWc- m 2 i. i. .if pint cup and turn-6- d lawyer what .thcy miou'd tell tne rarmors' Mutual Telephone Company .uv..v wua.i. ..w c.. not uIg corn crol)? HlfJ crop ,8 an t tQr concern got a Jli25 ThIg hol(Ja exporting country to an Importer of tho sugar into srup(?) but iheforo head barber, and the lawyer said. (Hartford Division) are called to d (the valuo of his corn either renowals, old subscriptions, or not corn. And how havo wo benefited? ii crop. go "te!l him to go to h !" So he broke moat at Tim Kepubllcan office ItT And there arc. 100,000,000 buah- - to now subscrlbers. You cannot af- - wti could eat that stuff I had to away a"n'd finally arrived at the? place would like to be fallow n where the e's of oats U!ed tf. out and gtL somo country sorghum of meeting with his client and friends Hartford, Saturday, I''eb. 21, 1914, at for human toed! Wo ford to miss this bargain. "plain citizen," for whom our ono o'clock, p. in. sharp. Important to sweeten it. The sal spoiled in ono of whom 'was likewise an old matters to Le pretend so much 'solicitude. I two or three days. attended to and law, has profited. Tho Bot.B absolutely forbid our liv- attorney, who after looking our All stockholders aro Invited. I will show ou somu who huo. ing ;injcm, any sort of advertise- yer friend over very critically, ven- and urged to h: present'. d profited. We who stuily markets rath-- i ment, that Is, free of coat, or wo tured to ask him whore ha K. FOltD, 1'ros. his clothes. Then it was that cr than nuiiJii'a know that corn Is would give the names of tho above S. Ii. St j. Ac Trees. himW 10 cents, per bushel, at least, lour merchants, tho wo can, and aro apt said Hartfonl lawyer looked at chagrin ho observed '"" Ui talk on the streets, thcrq wo aro self, aud to his than lt would have been except for that ho had on u JlttlQ blue coal, j the bringing In of a rclutlu'b mere' lm, ut Iwiflt. Quietly, wo would . b.igatclli-.froArgentina. Uur crop a box of good cigars from which .would not meet In front hv o ftus nbcm 2,COO,000,000 bufchels. llit'Ho vrry bamo merchants, and wo about 7 Inches, tho scoves nbout we got troui ArguutliM only expect them, too, If we hold our nitkhviiy botwecn elbow aud wrist. lO.OCO.Odo builiels. Wo will have handlongue ln tills matter. Wo aro coming JIo woro a flaming red tie and it lltt-'- b blue hat with a lavender ed Aip-ntliiabout $7,000,OOu of our Into .vour place Mr. Merchant, with- l'unc mid white band around It. Of course V liUlo bWQC.uiiluK loi niQiie. in tho next day or bo, after tho tsald M. A. lAl'lillT. Mtir. TUo Coin IrodmtH Co. cltmis, that you lUaymako no mis- tho lawyer finally thouKht of Uio (which, I iuu told, lb iiiiicuiiill.t. tin' take and can easily recosnlzo us, place where tho change occurred it nil 1 BUuul.inl Oil Co.) im about tiU.OCO, i bbali vuiir a whito roso In tho what ho negroes wcrq afiter. II lb KY. 17 of Lou!svilo'K 000 bushels for lib in:imil:i"tiiri t,. At button hole ln tho right lapel of bald Unit about' 10 ctnis per bushel this (Oiupun.v, our co.it. itu, stierlocko, for once best pollco wore alter this luwyer, vaclury Itcprenniiulire your deductions are right, I have but of course ho eluded them al), which needs money inoip than our imtdtt It back' to the barber shop, farn.trp, gots $3,C00,000. The whLsUt ' chosen whlto because white is au Jot' llbjh Grade . emblem of purity and honesty. uoaJuiioluslitcd.ror'Wa error and hurries iiitcrirttb need tlw uioiu-x-, to IJuj gt tb I JHp "r'Jv UrRI" i t W ;iir i$ oU i0 m hi scmeut, 'J' hi ' 1 'fully IndlraUvo of my purpose in" u couple of uiill'.oiiH or morx. Pianos, piaijty1 Pianos'! TUl 'WiUTTl.fclt. this as well as all other Uiattcra of farmers will ull cut ot this crop, j VfitumraEpvSRRRRRVHrHIVIH j my life. say, O."0,000,000 busluls, which, nt ' dlffcrtiic-- of 10 centb, minus 65,000,-60- 0 NttTH When I polntod my list to and Organs i without! Hartford can hoast of having the thti Milky Way .and swore, with ar- tulu'Ji from our liinnorb Thla ir will bo nl Hartford fob. 21, 22 mil 2:t, Jn chaw of l'rof. Jas. -' IwnofJtins anylxlly but 4ho dbiIj i faulknor, leeturw, and Is sont out by iw llosinl of TuborculosU very best dentist oik the moat foctcd fsolemnlty, never to reveal tho LA WW SUEKT MUSIC. I ('omnili'oloiit'rs uillUoii.ili(s. to jjlvo fru Jnatrucion o tho pioiJo repirdlii ' the date drnUl office lu this section of uaiuo of "Tle WbHtlcr," I hatl iW Our (k) eminent hat u waj iA Itt tarc, prevention mid euro of tuberculosis. To establish health loagu s and the Suite, there la perhaps, none lict-(- r conception of (th burden uj:J inconWrite Us forCatalogtws n4 ln the State, 'i'lun, too our own of coinputlug the value of our, carry on cimptilcDS for county junltorhima. Tho car wJU ulbo be at venience h'uii shouldered. Y'ta, ho dcntiEt ban mado a great Prices. Easy had to tol;e mo into his confidence ;: soil piw'iliKls. It's wrouir, but it jsoce. imndcq 20th, Ccutertown 2lth, Mooruun 25th and Uitmon 2oth. A New its. Lct'B sco, was It tho Dr.? No i order to cot bi classic Itcaii. to 1alk.tut: avcruc? murkct prlit Hxhlblj. lecture at court house Jfl Hartrord by Piof. lVilkiur Sua-an- d Thf uiuliijily the iUniutcd 4ul?l ' iioy ccnJng at 7:30 o'clock. It 'W;is I who made JJu; dlbcovorj'. ' t)ie press, and since that fchousht'lctta hc-sn- Several dozen Lace and fflessaline Waists. not styles, but. good materials. Dozens of Lingerie Waists are being closed out for 98c. making the biggest waist sale ever held including silks and lingeries up-to-date 400 Waists at The remarkable response to uiui u,., auu n !. ads another 98c the r proves GET THE LEVY HABIT--I- PAYS. 9SSSS9S9S99S9999999SiSfiSSiS9S999999S99SSi ut weH-know- as ut jg er at hs sal-co- rn I ..f rt v- I r; """ i... "r ,"" w-- mr.rrrr.'T.T'l "" LY" " "- "mir-.11- ?"! f W3 &J"S. Tft5 f' t 0r Children Gry C AST O R A ial Kashl" us'""1 .""" 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