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The Hartford republican: February 27, 1914 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 hao1914022701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: February 27, 1914 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V Stye i! Jtetfrrri DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE fUgmbJicoit OF OHIO COUNTY fine Job Work. Subscription $1 per Year No. 33 PILE VOL. XXVI. DEATH CLAIMS OR HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. V I accopt tho money and draw the iay. never been done before, is again HEAVY STORM Now I with tho rest of you don't SULZER SUES FOR worth to Allen county what eho has spent on that road, and tho road Is think itliat wo need a man In the capacity of Road Engineer, but tjie law BtUl thero to "bear jnoro fruit." Wo GOVERNORSHIP IN CALIFORNIA are led to ask 'is It profitable to TELLER provides for It and that Bottles It. OF Ono fellow censures Judge Wilson build good roads? for wanting tho farmors to .work Allen county has ton leading many or tlio other counties in cotho ronls with tho split log drag, Former Silver Republican for nothltiK, lot him pet It done for Court Will Determine Who Los Angeles Flooded and operative road building movements Detectives Find $1,190 e I Uothlng he know that the and sho is reaping what alio has Denver drag willIf do can. any tlino that Passes Away Sorely Stricken. Is Executive. gocd, Stolen Bank Notes. sown; and now isn't it tlino that two you can pull It, nud can prove It by begin to fall n line with other coun-to- ls Wo luivo tried It. In thp progressive movement of Left Lasting Impression on Upper Worth Bell. or Tho truth tho. whole matter is, impeached Governor Institutes Le Hundreds of voting road bonds? This Is the quick- Believed Grider Made Furtker Residences Wrecked, est, wo an sin. i navo nau some oxpcri-- i cheapest and most equitable House During Thirty Years gal Proceeding For Salary plan upon which wo can have good Confession and Told of uiilu in mis ruuu wanting uusiuuss i Telephone Connections and know tliat It is a haiU job to roads. Scottsvlllo Citizen. Service. For Full Term. ( Hidden Money. -got or to glvo batisfactjon. Disabled. Wreck on I. C. of the contract plan, but if (you Fulton, Ky., Fob. 23. Illinois Cenlenvor Col., Fob. 2.1- .- Henry Moore you don't mind wantswill fall dawn on Albany, N. Y to find out liow Feb. 2J. William that. If a man The government sleuths who havfr LoSjAngeles, Feb. 21. With a loss tral passenger train No. 131, from Teller, former Cabinet officer, and today instituted legal procced-hl- of probably $4,GOO,000 and a toll of New Orleans to Chicago, ran Into lost very little time In securing farfor more tlmn thirty jours United tho farmer treats tho road Just lot- Sulzer observe a little. Tako tho Ccn- lngs before Justice Alden Chester, of seven human lives since Wednesday, tho caboose and box car of a freight ther evidence against WJHIam OdStates Senator from Colorado died Supremo Court, with tho purpose Southern California began to re- train ono mllo north of here last der and others connected with steal' hero this morning. .Mr. Toller. ,w1to tertovvn and Point suctions of country, tho They 'ilnk they nro God's chosen of regaining the Governorship from cover tonight from tho effects of .tho night about 8 MO o'clock. The freight Im,' $7,200 in national bank note eighty-thre- e was yearn old, had been flagman, Doplatter, was seriously belonging to the Henderson National' worst storm in "s history. III for two years and his death was people, and 9 out of 10 of them Wjlll which ho was removed last October, An order wao Issued by tho court cither ullo In, or lot tho raid ditches Swtfpt by wind and rain, most of hurt and carried to tho lUverside Dank and who caused the arrest f not unexpected. commanding Comptroller Sohmcr to tho territory between the Tekachatl Hospital at) Paducah this mornlns. Roy Rutledge, as being an accomWashington, Fob. 23. Htnry M. accumulato with all manner of filth Imaginable, crowd the ronld .with their appear and show cauBo wtfy a 'writ of mountains arid tho Mexican line The colored brakeman was hurt, ibut plice of Glider in dlsposinsr of MBe Teller wan ono of the original "Silfences, want $10.00 for .putting in mandamus, compelling him to pay tho was .flooded, but with (tho sun Bhin- - not seriously. Passengers were shak- of the notes, were again succcflsul ver Republicans." .Many of his a $4.00 culvert and then cuss the formcr Governor his full salary us tho ins jiday the situation improved and en up, but nond hurt. The freight had Saturday, when they unearthed $L,-1contended he was the first, occupant of that office, should not bo while many towns effected remained not cleared the main Jino when in bills, which were found on (tfee lie was so callJJ, at any rate, whon county for being extravagant. Issued. Mr. Sulzer previously had Isolated tonight, progress was made struck. Truly, premises of the Rutledge home in Republican national conhe loft t'-niado a written demand on Mr. Soh- toward rcst&bllshlng communication. WATT TAYLOR. Henderson. vention at St. J.ouIb In 1S0G becauso Last Notice. mcr for his salary. According to an estimate, It has been the general belief tor Los hu did not arcc with theg old standHobson's Automobile Kills Boy. WJicn Attorney General Carmody Angeles was damagud to tho extent To parties who expect to enter the several days that Poatofflce Inspecard plank of Uie platform and ran Lancttc, Ala,, Feb. 23. Congress- - nouueu Jusuco unoster that no would'of $1,500,000: $150,000 represented Hartford Road Working Contest. tor Grecnaway, who was ln OwefiS-bor- o again for tho Senate In Colorado as man Hobsons automobile, in which opjioso the ranting ox tho writ, tho tho.' dainag to city streets alone, The chance to register will close on Friday, was in poss canton an Independent Silver Republican. ho toured Chambors counjy. yoster- - court said ho Intended to refuse. It The rest represented losses sustain on Saturday night. Either call at of further facts concerning the stolen He was elected with nlnety-ifou- r Judge Wilson's office, write or tele bills, and within a short time further, ran ovcr a"11 kll,cU the eight - as a matter of law, holding that tho ed by. railroads and citizens. ..f r .. fc.,,i,.i n.i of impeachment already iuld Except In the vicinity of Pomona, phone the section you want to work developments would come out that all'vor Repub- - ycarW BOn of Jamas Napp at K - j001" serving that term the 'pa8sed on "ntentlona of Mr. Sul- - thta.cunty. where youns eroves suf- - and set full Instructions free, and car would cause more arrests to be made. llcans In Colorado merged with the.crvlow- Mr a!oUson not ln tho car at 1Zcn On Saturday Ppstofflce Inspcctem orange growers re- - a share ln the $150.00 cash prize, (bj fered yjeverely. . Democrata and Mr. Toller returned Zimmerman, Groenaway, Robiatfwt-an- d aii uBreeuiuni men was uiaao do- - rnorrcd'JIttlc Haimw- Tho flood Rltun.- - esides some of the specials. , ,... . . no i i mmn. i mo iiiiic. a voauiicur naoueu .uiuai ni .nn.nrvwinir in rimn i4(lM1fW iTfirmiMil nn1 f1 il a Alt .B... In "" n pva nt l"" An lodtf Contestants will meet Monday and Jones, accompanied by DepaOr uon aw "" K y " lin "" """ tH.'WTl 4tlc "-.- ,, lob Angeies Dccamc acme crat. IIo served one term as such and lintf il.f u is saiu, ran to mo car ana Alexander . uacon, counsel jor Air. United States Marshal and Jackson, nigui. aimi coiiuitions ,wero select judges, etc. retired tin 1903 to nuke a anla.cn for I (....rl m . 1. ,. inu ! h.1.1I . umwi, . r rn.llliv.ij. . 1. Everyone gets some prize. Eleven went to Henderson armed with-- a. juinjiuu uii ituu dia?ij. I'l. iiuuuuiua Ulll.n. iw iiSA;;iiLtu; Jiimj. uvci uiiiuuui. agHregaiou Dy a gale. the lato Senator Hughes, also of the of the automobile threw him off atul of questions Involved by the State. search warrant, ln an undertaking; to Weakened by the rush of waters, have already registered. samti parto'. I 'under the wheels. courts. Tho appellate dlijskm f wi)l poles and towers carrying power lines find more of the hidden money. ,Tn News of Mr. Teller's death, was bo asked to affirm Justice Chester's and the wires pf telegraph and warrant authorized the officers to received with dsep regret In ConHANGS SELF TO TREE order denying the granting ,,none companies went down and with make a thorough search of ke gressional circles, where those who 'JOHN C. C. MAYO of the writ and then the case will be railroads and trolley lines already premises of John Rutledge, 230 Soagh were or his time referred to u as WITH HORSE HALTER Green street, .In that pity. carrl1 to tho Court of Apfleals whore out 0f commission thero was complete ' e Vxhe iwsslng of "aolhcr Sena ;l CRITICALLY ILL a similar request will he made. Thus prostration. For nearly four hours iWhlle the inspectors did not 0tat tor," Teller wiis one of tho first Mr. Sulzer wilj bo able to file his there was no street car service, aid tt is almost certain that before the? Senators elect 11 when Colorado bo- case In the Supremo Court of the during the entire day Uio city ,liad went on promises they ramo a state, iio was accredit Democratic National Committe United States with Uttlo delay. It Is only brief periods of communication Corbin Farmer Leaves Note Say- - clear 'dea the to where thy had wimld as" with Doing an exceptionally lino Jaw- -i bollqvcd. Doubt Is expressed Jiovvovor.. wlUi.Ulo East. , ing He Cannot Stand Sulfer. find somei of, the stolen money, eviA yer, and sprung-- " to tho 7ront In na man Has Acute Brights u a Hnal decision can be obtained Rallrttads report that the collarOo dently' having been told by Gride?,'"' tional affairs almost nt onco, whon he ing any Longer. from the Supremo Court before the 0f bridges over tho Los Angeles Rlv- who tt Is believed has made a full ( Disease. took a leading jiart in tho ConKros-slonterm of Gov. Glynn, successor to- Mr. cr, jn this city, and the wash out of confession of tho whole affair. HowInvestigation of the Haycs-Tll-de- n Sulzer, shall have expirod on Decern- - heavy spans elsewhere, made U un- ever, this Is denied njy the inspector-- , controversy In 1S7C. Corbin, Ky., Feb. 23. Gqdfrcy Jack who say (that no Paltsvllle, Ky., Feb. 13. John C. bcr 31, 1914. certain when traffic could be resumsuch statement taw Distinction camo to him later ln TThe contentions raised by Mr. Sul- - cd. More than 100 homos were dc- - son, aged 37, a contractor and build- been authorized by anyone. Muyo, millionaire coal operator other lines of Congivsalonal work: C. er, committed BUlclde near his home - zer were passed on fully oy the Court stroytfl The Inspectors went to a stable Jn hore alone. he always' took a irruiin.- - ilw in ani Democtatc National CommitteeUalleys, three miles from here to the rear of 1th0 P831 of Impeachment. Chief among them l0 nlan for Kn.tuck'' After a big BtoeJl Ibrtdee over the at the Rutledge home aad discussion of anything economic-- ou wiucany u im iu uuu. wu Aaacmu- - outiun in uu- - rlvor .Droke early today the southern day by hanging himself to a tree with soon located $1,190 in notes, iw'hica nioinotary questions he the .tariff and Ur,S'lt'8 dlsoaso at ,hls homo peaching him, was Illegal; that the Pacific and Santa Fe railroads sent a horse halter. Ho Jeft his home were in a tin pall hidden under a was' ono of the first Uobators Ho '"'" urt of Imncachment (was Illegally ( heavly cars loaded wlUi scrap Iron about 9 o'clock with his son to prtng pile of kindling. In the lot there-werwas nmch better today' hls was a stou cliauyilon of tho West herc' conscious organized; that six inombers pr tho and heavy boulders plunging Into tho some firewood. They had gotten tho 97 $10 bills arfd 11 $20 bills, Ph'Iclan s10- - Ho any for tho dovolopment son ,n two days atld urt had no rlght ,U slt' and that flood In each bearing the forged signature of to avert further in-- wood, when the father told the portion of tho country always for tho frlst Wmo of that to bo to ibo house. He sad he would R. i vuu X3 mo uu n iuv4U uq io UfUliQV4 VOSUQS. H. Soaper, president, and C. A. ncil. found him fighting in .tho trout be In in a few minutos. were committed before be took of-- , Katterjohn, cashier, of the Header There has been some mystery about Lonjr. Beach was surrounddd by Ifla tinruinfil llfn nnnsl. imlra When Jackson failed to appear, his son National Bank. w,tn ilr- - Mayo toas,fIcf' water, whJJe Its ocean front was lashteutatJous and simple: those (who ho dteoaf. signed by Albert T. ed with wind. The floods Inundated mother, who was visiting him,. went Affltiavits suffering, and statements re The money was taken charse ot knew him be&t say probably no other been In search .of him, and found the body garding his condition have been non- Goyer, Democrat; Gqorge W. Jude, a big salt works. by Inspector Greenaway, who, wits man In Congress ever dl)d more dans ling from a limb. physician Progn.vssive, and Charles T. Horton, At San Pedro; several of tho inInspector Jones, arrived in Owear kindnesses for other fold without committal. Hut tonlsht his Coroner Dozler "was called and (admitted that Mr. Mayo had been un- - Rcpubllcaa all members of the As- ner channels of the harbor were fillboro'on tho 3:45 train Saturday aftIntHtif fliAtn Lrnnus nfinnt fit were filed, wlh ttho ed by salt washed 'down by the flood. found the following note ln Jackson's ernoon. Both the inspeotors madtf 0O.n.Bcl0U3 ,for two days and that ho sembly In 1913 Jn 1883, Teller left the Senate to handwriting. potltlon;. Mr. Geye- - swore (hat altho held: a. enter President Arthur's Cabinet as still was dangerously ill. Ho said: "Nettle: Do the best you can. I another visit to tho jaU, and - the AsStranger lobbed. Mr. Mayo has ieon unconscious ho attended ,the eeaston ofSpcrt4arv of thn Interior, .tint hn Inft living, 'having to Buffer short conference with Grider, Ute for two dayS'. but t day. he .beann" sembly when the Impeachment reThe Commercial Appeal, of Mem-Phi- s, am tired of nature of which neither gentlepraa that office again in 185, to as I do." conscious again, and tonight is rest solution was adopted, ho had ho Tcnn., Wednesday, sa'd: . , the Senate. by his .wife would idiscloso. Jackson is survived notlco that It was o too rprc- lug well. Ho still is critically 111, but W. C. Wade, a young man from Tho finding of this money will Wb.Uo serving his last term ho was and six children. He had be.cn in ramarkablq rocupora- - seated. Messrs. Judo and Horton HnrtXoiVl, Ky., on his way to Tosar-kai- u. complete the chain of evidence a memlcr of the National Monetary ho has shown powers, and unless something swore that they had no notice of was robbed of 60 In Cash by bad health for slmo time, .Commission, which studied a refor tlve Only a fqw years ago Jackson's against Rutledge as an accomplice. Impeachment proceedings. ' a confidence man near the .Union happens wo pending This makes $2,490 that .the inmation pf the banking and fiscal sys that cannot be forbsocn tliat If th,cy Jiad been prosent Depot yesterday afternoon. wltuln a fow days ne will a-- I Wado brother accldcntly shot and killed an spectors havo recovered, and accordnI0 tem of tho United States at homd year lmd elapscld out or danger. juiey wuom nave voiea against ino with his brother, A. V. Wado, was other brother. Hut a ing to the statement mado by Grl-do- r, nud abroad. Ho continued to servo do m. 0 t ,lninlAl..n n ! 4nf lll' nf Ik. - whon another brother was ldlled Jn I.. ... fit - u. lA Wirtltltln ,.,---ul, i'" iw.UUii lur a irliu, wiifii m- t (vnnmlRoInn nnlll wv rvnlrnil ' Is part of a packago containing-$3,60If "" i . ,, .1 . .. i ,... .. .a. ..,.. v th.t w v. ..... . ., ..... a man who a uilno accident. 1. Thl la mu uiiul .,..n.A.1t. i. ui.-'i- o CQUV creation ituut-uiiii- i no o !. Willi which was stolen on January by law, after ho lmd ccasol to be a cuuuiuoii oi ilia iiuiieui., nam iiiui. iui. Tho mother, wife and family are Miyo was HI abput threo weeks ugo, tuted by Mr. Sulzer to .test Hio valid- - posed as tlio postmaster of tho town 13, 1914. The balanco of this money Senator, however. prostrated with grief. Uy pf his romoval from office Two where the joung Kentucklan was Is believed to have, been suuaudcrclJ Tellt-was born in Granger, Allo-gan- y and tliat tho former illness led to : other actions have been started by Point,'. tho prjcisont attack. by Grider and RutlcdC. EDWARDCHOOLHOUSE. tounto', N. V., In 1830, liad a rosJdcntH of now york City, but tho After a short whllo the "postmast- It is not likely that tho Inspeotors eommoii school education, topiied off Fob. 23. People of this communLaws of Moses Called For. rorlner tiovcruor lias disclalme,d nil rr" borrovid all Uie money tho young by a Uttlo while at Alfrod.Unlverfllty; ity havo been unable to do auy work will bo able to secure any further Frankfort, Ky., Fob. 21. Substi- connection with thorn. uiun hn?d to pay tho express on Bamo recoutly on account of tho Ibad weath- traco of tho remainder of ithq monoy, then stullled law, practiced In "" tution of tlvq Decalogue for every trunks ho was taking with him to n a paci.'aso containing yifiov was N. Y wont West to Illinois Special Act Pensions Considera- - Texas. Tho confldonco man lett tho er. Tho hlg sleot, which came Sun- stolen more than a year ago. Grider law on tho statute books of day night, d& great damage to fruit in ISM, and on to Colorado In IStil. Is proposed by Iteprcsentativd young meu with 15 cents between trees and tlmbor. und Rutlodgo mado a trip to St. tion Possible. ."Illly" Kuli, t Louisville, 1n a bill. thoui. Mr. John Nix, who has heen sick Louis and It Is believiU Uioy loft a Watt Taylor Raps Critics. W;iHhlngtou, Feb. At tho behest of IiUkkIucimI Into tho house loilaj. for some time, is able to bo out large portion of tho ulolcn bills In , How Road Building Pays. Ky., Feb. 2:!. Editor Tin bill, known as House bill No. RupiTHentatlvcH Langlcy, of Kentucky that city. again. UMiubllciui. Alter tlio mil 57 i. Is to ivlKial nil the statutes of and llUHftcJl, of Missouri, the Housu Allen county ha3 spent many ithou-banRutledge, who Is now In Jull, I Willie Long Is very low f tubernmiltte(i ou Juvalid ponslons tulopt-low- s In lou thoicof of dollars within tho iajt two culosis. clcs published In jour yum- - b.v I'd- - tlio state denying his uullt, and hlB examining a ru, w,l,,cl,y lawratajo conslder-namo- s, years on tho pike, which connects who nro sh) m slwnlnj: their the. Decalogue "us dqlU urwt to Mos-,"- 1 trial Is Bet for hearluK beforo Comtlon Ul hla s15810" t ctDsr,ws of IIiIk city and Glasgow, and t.ho two The rcsldenco of the lato Ansel I concludo at once tliat Un'.v es pn Mount Sinn! by tho Supremo llosluo, was destroyed missioner Hitui next Saturday, tlri-dpension oi civui wjj nm counties constructtf-- i tjio brldgo which Wilson, near are JtoosovoU Democrats. Now bojK. Uiwniaker." Tho bill was refornH admitted his jmllt and was hujd Uy flro lat Tuesday morning. No lUaUlcn IS JlOaalble. spans Barren HIver on the bordor Hmr Ih no iisn luunnierlnir en il He. In llifi l.'m'Mtrv eniimitttin. to Mll'' term of Federal eourt. bhott-l- y , "Kentucky ,iml MlssqiirJ Jjay Uie ao of the Cen. insurance. ThI publican administration that Is dead! Owenshas cases of Our HetVy Fine For Col, Arrj0ld. (:nutt proportloa ot inlUtla 'soldiers j uncoln IHenway and is ono of mumps, community whooping cough. boroafter ho was arriautl. gone. 1 know Judge Taylor and' arid luqulixr. measlo? and daj-s,uiid Mr. ,hu lno.t.travolod hlfiliways ln this he was just as honest its uny Jiiati. ( Cliiclnuutl, Feb, -- 1. Col.' Ureut who served at least 90 Mrs. ' A Uttlo child of Mr. and stsxU!. For this pur-I- n Wedding unrt iu- - Arnold, general freight aj;ent and Lanfilry, "and 1 hope to gdt pensions 1)ortJon pf I also know Judge Penalty to Soon gc On. Uasham died early Saturday morning, & Diimbex of the neediest cuiu-- iutno u wortn 0 QXpqa. after being ill only n fow days. aIoms er heard of his stealing anything. Huperlntendcnt ol tormiuals of Jhc--I ' Th taxes recently lnviid by the Last know Claude Smith: w:it nrettv well lou'.svlllo and Nashvlllo rallnxid. a my district soon, rcsurdlmt, cl" tho ttiturts; but this la not all. City Council of Jiartford are wr .Saturday a ileal was mode to market acquainted with the uiuiubers of tho prominent clubman anU boclal Itadur!!0"1'03 & tho anpUcaajti." Optical House. Owensboro In this city 700,000 pounds ot .Flsoaj I'lUirt ana am hhuhiuhi ipai oi ins cuy, was aiTCtneu aitro omy Hartford,' Ky., .Nov. 1. I have used duo and I am ready to collect awl Becker to Get New Trial penalty of o f from the. Touts 'Creek uccet all three "Buya" Mid the Jtest they charKod with fo.utrlbutlug to Jhp 4 lasted made by It. 0. Hardwlek'a receipt for bamc. Th - lUrren county, all of which win be Optician. Owusboro. Ky.. to my en- - per cent will isoon is on. So picas" llnyuitney of Blvteen-year-ol- d il,ildrcl AlUmy. Fob. 21. The court of upcould nnUr the circumstanced. Tom this matter but M Benton was a job hunter hut )rar, Crane. H" pleads pulliy and "wa-- i pealB today granted " new trJal to hauled ovcr this road -- which would tr0 satisfaction. His house und ma- - do not nej-,lto pay now, In order to.avwW 70O. The court tttid hit would Charles nth r lelluv.d. fln4l alon wt)t soveral Decker, sentenced to lleath never uvq been considPicd at this cblncry lor maklnc lenses ure tho aad Torn beat thoui t the tauk. He not uuoso a jail benteneo owlnff to. tor Hcraian ItotMuithal'H murder. Tho seauju of the year a few years ago. nicut complete Jn tho State, ami he th penalO'. Office In First National J. I'. STHVKXS, ' did not do anything, but what any tho advancd ago of tht (Utteaiiint, J cpavictlou. of four BunQD who W The niarketlng of this one crop from' employs uojio but exiwrkacud work.- - Hank. " Manihal City of Hirlt6rl.,. & HARNETT. ' 33tf. t)mt Pectlsn, the. Hk of which has wen. mun would do, arfl that wus to vvlio Is blxty-i-lfh- t. pealed TilUi De:kt;r, vero confrlnicd. CM. other EX-SENAT- at i 1 np-pro- m I I sup-pprte- rs 90 c ing r.lda' a. I .J ""'" TH-i- ......... 1 mml ....... w ,- ji ,i. .... ..1 ed old-lin- . al - rr a re-en- ter cr Ut I '"". I... . I Ili l.it r ' Blnw-liamto- n, QeiiU-rtovvii- c ds aJ er J. iaf"y it v r wlirvg Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, mf KENTUCKY. The students who went to positions in July and August will earn $60,000 in their first year after leaving school, and this is almost $50,000 more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six. A course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand. Stenotypy, Telegraphy, Railroad Acthey multiplied their carning-powe- r counting, English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. Photographs and Other Information. Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, ggmimmwmmmmmmaKitKmmKmmaamaatmimmmmmmammmmmmmmam'mmiMBmKmHm Rate-Shee- ts, ERGISE AT HOME Sftori Course In Body Building For Business Men. SEW UFE FOR THE MUSCLES. 13ts. System Is Simple, Gives Help W&ere Help Is Needed, Takes but "Ten ICir.utes Night and Morning and taxruries Strength and Vitality. synopsis of the preliminary nnl ly the trnlncrs aC Ie v:trlous athletic teams, wlilcli t personally when captain of the iw? 9aBf athletic team, and which weie by J I if Uto Mike Murphy. 1 luve 3n5 them for use by business men. HAMUCL. SCOVII.LX, JH. Tfifo is fii-a. .up exwcl?r pair of two poll ml bokliug them with both hands up arsjr ibo head, and swing them down ?te$xvtu the outspread legs. Uumi tip tmSsJ ahoy nre shoulder high and xxOtif: straight out to one side as far iwedble. holding the jiiius stretched mat straight mid stIIT. tio back again jUrs--st l?tuceu the legs and up and out ! rt'.tK--r side. If you dou't have the rfiimiO-.-lh- ; clusp the bauds and do It Ttuiz voss tipl That's the hardest p:trt. u dumb-fcWfc- Is the famous "liver squeeze." x36cft Saudow once said' helped more rr.airtdras than any other single exercise. SfsisvMver. It helps the muscles that wvr8 tselp. VXva the most sedentary man oxer-Tintfits arms and legs somewhat. after middle nge ever exercise Chacrcat trunk muscles that cover the of the bod. vtii juris many men pastThat Is the i so forty are ruitfrned and suffer so easily from Ktcx&cd or rbeupiatle b.tcks and sides, Xfestt Is one reason, too, for dyspepsia. Tfte Silood Is never Mowed across the wwn&rh and hack as It should he. The stretches and strengthens Tttw nnescles of the lower and upper IftjtfJc a oil the great tlat muscles across f&e iipeast iiud abdomen, and. us its wu.itdtnpli. stimulates and Increases S&r '&ood supply of the digestive i these vital muscles. SUx fills excrt-Hevery morning and nteft)t Hve times. If you nre over forty. aji Cttnes If under, for a week. Then aJitJ nine n day to the number until it imrtbae thirty. That Is enough for the jrsvngeuwiii. In two weeks you will 'JiuA that yur stomach and back are rftt0iiag. that your appetite bus and that your digestion is bet TTEsJx -x sr vva-AK?.Vjie.--r.jus-'.e or-v?amU-nicntl- r &Sixi Iflit .'dver squeeze and nfter live long, slow lwst&. holding: for a moment"' and Smatfafcig out slowly. Breathe right Scnra;to tlie bottom of the lungs or. aadswr. eight up to 'the little upper cor-uthat are so seldom Inflated in life and where the fatal bug always gets Its first tioJaiiisirelse take" :srcttisld. down flat on the bed with rfifat Vcs banging over the side nnd xSwSy raise them, without bending, xfttw'u&t up and down again. 1'ut one 'iiaut.SR the Momuch and see how the ji&ncttlznl muscles come up in hard irfVJsns:. Tills Is the "inciter." so called IV 51 melts the fat the stum-.- . 'Five times every morning and tr'X.rfjf- - ftc enough for the flr.st two Then add one a day until it. Thiis is the to thirty. taut, row. weight ted'iecr and is used In r?-il nil jotutolvs (o get Into condition tun! fl. 'Sluati," as the trainers call ate-fr- l lint gathers so quickly and over the ' tWr tills t'SiTiiv and the live deep the Mumuclt In. 'EMfc stand arms nt rtfit awgles and tlie body,-- Irsiluhr mil a I shuulder luh. 10 rtcfyr sraJ niaUo ouch dumbbell describe a ziUsMX elide. Une.iUIug the shniiliU'r-tt:- :. This i inrt ot the intlir.itttuUias up exercises to Insinv a iiil wnrK ntai;i'. The average iiuiii ltfci. oiPrsr dek nil day and long r fce lirty stoops at the sliouldeis Tusaty tluies oveiy moinlug and t uitipl) for the tlrst two wetk--Z32j increase it slowly up to a liun tXtoea He U'-iaes- e v-f- im. -1 i tft N fur tin nwrt-a uJes, which never get anj v nK"i)i md often lit thi dead tat mr rvtJtr.i. ("Insp (lie lii'ials back of (lie Jtvai and bend the head until the clip. aioiui;-,..ti-e bre.ist. Then push the head the iaric i l tMt the pull of It (lieImiaK Miine lie chlu down JwcnL-- Melting up "tf times as liltrtiti..nd In a few J"i will bo Stie ink of the exercises a-.- a ln ttWitoprlie world In the face again. liouUI, jUt ot the&e fxeK'lc iii 0 re t 11, Wlieii the heart says "luu" dup" course, be done betSieun open window be Is Mire that the mitral in Ives are INHERITED WEALTH. or on it sleeping porcli If possible do out of order, mid ho tries to reach gives the skin an them Ktrippett. Tills them. And the Advantages of Poor Boys Who When the heart says "lnff-duff- " air bath and hardens It so that It can lie Havs to Fight Their Way. resist cold and colds. draws a solemn face, for both valves Poor hoys reared directly by their nre out of older, and when It sny After these exercises take a cold Work of This Marvelous parents possess advantages over those Twofold "oho-ohosponge or tub bath and drink one lie, digs down Into bis bag watched and taught by hired stranup early Pumping Machine. and goes to work at once, for all Is nid gers. They appear glass of cold water. Get iiihiii the world's Ically wrong. Detroit enough to walk at least a mile on your stage trained as athletes for a contest, way to work and again on your way with si nows braced. Indomitable wills home. On either wall; don't think ot HAS A LANGUAGE OF ITS OWN. Had Her Seared. resulted to do or die. Such hoys alItelax your mind, watch tiie business. "What's the old lndy worried about?" ways have marched and always will still, get oeonle vou meet or. better "Somebody told here thcie was n march straight to the front and lead some friend to walk In and out with In Tonat That Cannot Be Misunderscheme to tax gossip." the world Tliey are the epoch makers. you. Tills prescription Is to he mixed stood It Tells Whether It Is Strong "I see. and apply the tax at its Let one select the three or four most wllh eight hours of sleep daily. or Weak and if Ailing Notes the source." Kansas City Journal. celebrated names of men supremely These exercises take less than ten great in every Held of human triumph Place and Cause of Its Troubles. vou can't use twenty of minutes, mill and note bow small Is the Stockings. 111 to better advantage. When the doctor puts his ear to J our the dally 1.4 It was In the eleventh century that of hereditary rank nnd wealth to the Try this system for three weeks ana chest or applies the stethoscope, which stockings first came Into use. Before list of Immortals who haie lifted uud only conducts the sounds more clearly, that time it was customary to swathe advanced the race ee what an Increase ot power and thcie is and how much easier It what does he hear? The sound of tlie feet with bandages. it will, I think, be seen that the posis to think and woik and play with a the normal heart Is like the pronunciasession of rank ami wealth Is almost helping instead or hindering body. close to tion of the syllables "lub-dupfatal to greatness ami goodness and The Idea! New York Tribune. each other. These syllables are heard greatest and the est of our Hen I.anilsi'.i.'s. Marin, take that that the In quick succession, and theu comes race have necessarily been nurtured Ir. hiitzlnc can way from the lire! Ma the bracing school of poverty. The Pure Sugar. n pause the diastole or resting period at's the matter. UeuV G'ettln sons of millionaires are to be regarded Pure sugar will lie entirely consutn-M- l of the great force pump. The sound by lire, while an ash will remain tt "lub'' Is that of the blood flowing MiperstitloiisV-Judg- e. with approval who cannot be Induced It is adulterated. to take absorbing and Incessant Interout under muscular pressure, and the The greatest loss of time Is to coiini est In their f tiler's business. The day "dup" is the closing of the aortic Ambition, like n tiirrent. ne'er looks valves. It this sound "dup" is not bo UVjrs. Is over when even the richest can play back. Men .lonon. at business, as rich men's sons almost faeard.lt knows that the aortic valves, Fool Miserable? invariably do are destroyed or not working. Out of sorts, depressed, pain in the The transmission of wealth nnd rank, The latest explanation of this flrst back Electric Bitters renews your A Winter Cough. without legnrd to merit or ipmlltlcn. sound, "lub." Is that it is caused by A stubborn, annoying, depressing the muscular contraction of the heart health and strength. A guaranteed tlon. may sometimes' pass from one cough hangs on, racks the body, and the impulse of the heart against Liver and Kidney remedy. Money peer to another without .serious injury, weakens the lungs, and often leads the chest wall. The first sound is back If not satisfied. It completely seldom Involving the welfare or means to serious results. The first dos; of beard more .clearly over the apex of cured Robert Madscn, of West Burl- of others, but tlie maniigeuient of business never. the heart, the point of the chest near- ington, Iowa, who suffered from vir- changed: good Business methods have Dr. King's new discover, gives rewill counts for less and to the ventricle. The secoud sound ulent liver trouble for eight months. lief. Henry I). Sanders, of Cavendish, est less. Success lu business s ln!d by the Vt., was threatened with consump- is best hem d oyer the aortic valxos. After four doctors gae him up, ho same, tenure as siiceest- - lu public life. He which lie beneath the left side of the took Electric Bitters and is now a at the cost of peipetil.il tion, after having pneumonia. toilll chest just by the tjiird rib. It comers. Hereditary wealth and post well man. Get a bottle writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery you cIom a door with 'great force If fathers ousht to be In eery famll; it Is the slam Is ery loud, and if the ten will do the fcame-- or ou. Keep In tlon tend t o robam) 1 Ice ainl mothers of versa. Notliln;. certainly the best of all medicines sion in the aorta is very high the the house for all Jiier and kidney their chlldieu. prospm us of n pub complaints. Perfectly siit'o nnd de- Is more fatal to the for coughs, colds or lung trouble." sound "dup" is louder than UMiai. He man lu 'America than wealth or the IU results will surprise display of wealth Andrew Carnogle Money This' is mo.st iuipoitaut to the physi- pendable. Good fr ' children's cougha. 3U(S and 1.00. t you. 50c. and cian, for be then knows that there hack If not satisfied. Price in Century. high arterial tension, due to what Is H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or $1.00.- - At all Druglsts, 111 St. Louis. H. i:. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or termed an aueurisin. The Woman Vote. If the sound "lub" is weaker1 than m St. Louis. In Chicago, after much agitation, normal It would indicate a weakness Words From Astrology. Aerology has made lasting Impres- after years of discussion, aftor nu- of the heart muscle ami tills is the case In fevers, ,., -. in typhoid fever, for In- sion upon the language. "Disaster" Oirrnnu nimr;it -- . nftitr l,rnLni-lTl- ... for , Imagination In Dreamland. A man who awake Is most prosaic, stance, when this first sound Is very means nothing but "contrary star." tho transportation of the voters and ' whose 111 ml is commonplace, who ia weak, we know that the heart Is so "Inlluence" appears to have come from the care, of the children of the voters' ' the inflowing of planetary power upon ... .. r oiiiv-utterly unable- to invent a story or weak as to make the case alarming. l... iou nuiucu ui m.1 ivtiidiur iou,u A heart is said .to have a "murmur" the fortunes of men. Such words as out or write a drama, will asleep have the a possible COO.OOO. most astonishing nights of imagina- when the sharp "dup" disappears and "aspect" and "predominant" though That is, one third of the votcra res He the listening physician bears a softened we might possibly have had them lstered measured by He imagines a story. tion. tho number of peoples it with players, men, women noise called a "murmur." If you try without astrology, have probably been Even "consider." or men who registered, not by the posto soy "dup" with your lips open the helped by it and animals, and each one of them even the animals at times speaks his sound uttered will be like that the doc rather its Ijitlu original "cousidcrare." sible vote. part as perfectly aa if he actually were tor bears In the diseased heart whose is believed to have been started by Lot tho sober minded tieoplo, nion valves do not close . nroperly. The meaning observation of the stars and women, consider the story "of reg " alive. sound produced is something like (slderai And "Jovial" and "mercurial" istration day in Chicago, and remem"duff," and if the mitral valve does not allude to phutury Influence. Chicago ber that there are to, be tliroe or four work well the first syllable is softened News. The King of All Laxatives. daiys just like this oiery year, if tho Into "luff." If both valves work poorwomen arc 10 oc uravn or aragg(,ao For constipation, use Dr. King's ly the sound Is "luff-duf- f Electrical Displays. New Llfo Pills. Paul Mathulka, of( but If both valves are very much o"ut The si'ieiitlhV explanation of clectrl- - tuo I'01"' Tben consmer the offoct' e of Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the, of order the sound Is like tbut of u cal display-- Is that where there is a that must follow upon iuflltUut dlllVreiiie of (loteutlnl in ' occupation. "king of all laxatives. They are a bellows, "oho-oho.-" Most persons speak of the heart as adjacent tale of electricity theie Is a Wo aro told: "Nearly 50,000 iom-suddblcslng to all niys family and I alif It were a single orgnn. but actually Hash of light and a sharp 'cn orsauizea under political panties, ways keep a box at. ilionie." Get a it Is two hearts Joined together, the sound, ciiised by the struggle t; at- and suffrage association box and get well t again. Price 2Jc. rlgiit nnd the left' heart. The right aln enulllhrtum. The das , Is light- cUa ' a ,d At Druglsts or by mall sends the blood through the lungs so nlng. the 110l.se thunder, whether the II. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia on that ft may be aerated, or acted, upon lengths of alternating discharges are to 6l. tll uaules of tbo unorfiaal-c- d m by the oxygen iu the inhaled air. while .inethousaudtb St. Louis. of an Irir-or three women on tho registration books. the left. heart sends the blood through Baby atations, whero motliera oould llles. as In j,trv.il; llghtnlug.-Ne- w tlie boily in. order to nourish the tis- Vork American. ' lcavo helr children whllo reglsterlns, Pessimistic. sues. were maintained In aqvcral wards. A The best luck any man can have ia Both of these hearts receive the Rhythm In Rowing. novor to havu been bom; but that mother who did not "want to Jeaio her blood from the large veins Into the Bowing melius much more than mere baby at one of the nurseries wab happens to anyone. nitrides, which by contracting send of niuseh-ov.t It all lies a wl wlll, t the blood on Into. the ventricles, and the .strong spell ol ordered nioveinent. wntc,,cd ovcr when these powerful muscles contract the (fellgbf of pure rliythni. which the Tongue-Twistethe right ventricle pumps the blood u Try thl on our vocal organ. Say into tlie pulmonary urleiy 011 fho way rowing man is iirifeetly Justiflisl in to register. Traluod aureca wire claiming must be eviierlenced to bo cluirco of a'l tho ntatlons, nnd one it over several times, and b.i it fast: to the lungs and trom the . left venLondon field. nuracry was fltUsl up as a kinder "A tat tan hum' the roof with a lump tricle Info the aorta, which distributes garten. AutomobiUw carryltl uuw--wtn- t of raw liver In hut mouth." the blood all over the body, so that Unloaded. to tho honifH of women relue-aafter baling nourished tlie nerves and "Did you aalii lu weight after your to reglstir, and carried tlein and muscles It returns thiouxh the veins JUiitlng tilp?" Quit Calomel; 5t Is (l;uiK"roui. To registration to Miq to tli; heart, there to bo pumped into "Only teiupor.ii'll.v. I went back as iht'l? chl'dren Orlgsby'j that I lie lungs lor put'ltli'.illoii t tlie oxybtiolAJ. while tu- i.iotheis v r oon as the doctor removed the shot." table llvur njrup guaranteed to pro gen before again passing through the tho nurses tartd lor the Washington Star. (luce own better ruiuU than calosytsem Uiblos." The difference Iu tlie sounds of the mel. It lb ulisolutulv li;irinlc-i)ami This is a domestic roiolutlou. and Quickly "cured by IJr. liobson'a Kc- pleasant to take. Any child eun ituku right and left ventricles Is tiaced to fiood, zema Ointment. C. I". Caldwell, of it, Is uot one thut protulso-It wllli safety. AuU J. 11. WllllHitis. the dilVeience in resistance of the aorta Now Orleans, La., Mates: "My doc- either for tho l.od) jiolltlc or lor and tlie piilmonar.v iirler. The lDJy llnuford, Ky. n artery resists with only one. tor adilscd 1110 to try 'Dr. llobsou's our domestic limtltutions. Tluo will tliinl the Miciigili of the aorta, so the Eczema Salve.' I iued threo boxes of f 01 mil, wlifthcr the aro Oh, My, Yesl pumping force riipilrril U les.s and the of Dr. llob or not, t,o iierfoim cortaln political Cirl,;ga -- "I halo to play poktr with a uoho of the losing jutes Is that much Olntnant and three y I sou's 'Derma Zeina Koap. duties that aro better performed b a hanged les hard hwer." llriggs-'K- 's have, not u spot any whero on m men, and which tost the partnership sight butter than .playing it with an It Is true. then, that when Hie physi-elafirm In ehiirge easy vitintT." Boston Traiibcr'pt. listens 10 ihe beating of 11 pa- body and can Kiy I am cured." It --Mills when jifcrforumd will do tho Bamo 'for you. Its sooth-In- s, of governunjiit tient's heart ihroiiuh bis Htellioscoiie In; heait spc.it. healing, untiiuptic action Mill by uieu than when performed 0) wolo him In iininlM.ik ible language. When II plainly says rid you of nil skin humors, black- men. "lub-duphe Uiiiwft Him all is well heads, plmplee, I'Jcromu blotches, red I is most ios,tlj , Tho o.vpi'ilmont nlth this luiHiriaiit oigaii, and he pats unsightly sores, and leaves your fcUn costlj not only In inoiie but lu oner-glFor Iufants and CMldreu. Mil' IMIIellt oil Hie hllOllldel, Mlltig tk-aand healthy. Get a box iu thu dlvorslon wu prefer to .Vothlim ou'll be all tight In Tlis Kind You Have Always Bought (Junrnntcod. AH Druggists, SOe., or by say tho perverSlon of woman's a day or two." When, however, the tlvltlts iind usdlulniss. Tho babies lie.nl sas "lull duff" be knows lli.it mall. Jlcara the V? g , ,. ' ihe uoitic valve is nut working prop-Ml- II. K. Bucklen & Co. 1'hlUnleli.liJn or buffer, the children Hiitlur, U of the Uaatiuo of ! nud. tubed the piuper btop 10 cor- 111 St. Louis. domestic arnvuuehiQiiJa suffer, the-- ' THE HUMAN HEART News-Tribun- one benefit to come bolng that wo have doubled the number of votes, but wo liavo not altered the ratio between what Js good and haul, wise and foolish, patriotic- - and sdllsh In the voting force. It is the rulo of the minority, of a small minority, of women tryinR to 111 pose on nil "women obligations which refuse to accept. Evening Post. si Bid you know Hint Calomel Is Mercury, and that Its mercurious effects will ruin the sjstom, whllo ClrlBsby'H Is purely vegetable, and can ho used with ier-fesafety? Ask J. 11. Williams, Hartford, Ky. lD2y 1 two-thlrct -- v 11 " 11 BlOBEE-- 3 BULBS SUCCEED. BULBS'! U kail Pf.w rliir-W'h- trll will mikM rou a nrmAnf ' tomtr. HAtWfarlionnftimatMHl ' ESPECIAL OFFER' Umdm A1 1L - ' Is I r- 11 monrr rviunaru. . U !. nt rutw l or roar " Uta. 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MSCAUS HACA2IHE 1 Keep ia McCall' Magazine and Using McCall Pattern licln ynu Ur r.L I liiff-duff- .'' " tlila-chang- ;kii;o l.ici'liiif ton tnsiri on Ilia I. fjl III. us li ia ilotlioi nml I Kl'W I'mIiIi in rirli Is vi:ojiii -ii I II 't l"vi MtitiD.irit a r iterate y ,n Ml-l.lii- y en ''enj Al'il licit IV '1 n noir-partis- an i.nuil nnoi tJ n Mw.lf t--n fc a )i'ir 1.. nir hnit, M'lld .- I 1 " u ti ' 1 ecI-Uo- m McCilirat'tmivtlfiinMi' j mi 11 nr una lioiiui wllli in in lit... '1 imisutr ami till..' hi iiylonii'l r.t. i' I rrntH S'ciiilf.ii u .11. .,1 ,r vt via Cit vu fiw r 1 . li pj. v your 1 VvsH -r in n it.- fir nTlptmiisnriiiiiKiNii I'rt-iv- . 11 11 s r. lr ,t, .1,1111..,..., sup--swi- i ,ii ; A TIClbC'lLCO: 1.r,ii,'" Ill JCCiC V ' uiidei-btood- nt V... ........ 1 nni-nn- ,Tl,, j. L , j I'M II asxl''li n ia et lint, Hush, t mou 1'iivim H tfiffafiNf. Patent and lifilitmen Practice Exclusively. 1,'rUo .imo lu U4 Ht 110 ElfllUt Ctrnt, but CrlWI SUUa fatant OOca, I WASMNCTON. D. C. hAt vWiui.-."- i. , IiMr xi IDCrCNDCO ... i.iL.ur T &i. I .',' in ulftalu JviUl.u, ti.i'L . ALL curiTinr-j- MiJnicUl. I frf t. JiuuAI , ir pul-uioi- wo-niu- 1 To-da- n Is Your Skin Clear as a Baby's V (Sb S CASTOR A ,.! -111 am c, y. X r.'t - ,!1.B urrJ 1,1. .V 11.,.- - - Jiji'.' iyis tallh . I.. k(Ml.l..l M.llt lllBkiU- - litHtU, i 4um jv 1 il HEIbKtLU5l.iiil'7itlrr. m ., OINTMENT u.Ullii.mt. Miam llultl .. . .nl.n.M.ot .. futxTiiiiUu f u41i!J.'lUrwUUM&tM'K. 4lPiu,fit. IAUUT(IH lint OWAT IU. 1730 ftHnS CriUn U PtaiilJ.U .it i . . - jim lira mm m numm "llIBB4ffl;j"'j.Lil TttT F.llW. K. SMITH, Trcs. H. I). PAYNK, Sec niutTre.it J S. l.liACII, Mummer. FREAKISH SHOW. Stage Fiascos In the Old Days When Your Blood is Right, Your Whole System is If You Have any Blood In the Metropolis. A SINGLE NIGHT "OTHELLO." Right Wolfiahn Turned the Piny Into a Near Riot and Newer Acted Again Ceorgo Dignold'a , fn-nl- Melancholy Romeo to Six ' rsssyKamTHBT " WJiTiwr"r 'irim-ftiWTlZt i - .wi-- Ji ia;. svfijt J k I f SVUUllllllin r i.&?sas'-M""i3P"iiKIlfc,D- r.'i9.:.- r Mr it&MS.MHH s tii. I A- H Bra 'r..ULJUi BL ibibibibibb T BiKtK HHHHlllllllH M i -- Ambitious Amateur Juliet. j T!k pliij or t!n performance Hint Is si tniot.v In Utile In evidence today, but it dues not scum so lonu iiro u lien ii slump In business some, tlnus emboldened even tlio most of tlicjlrlciil iiuiiuiKcrs to re- wort to cxtriiordliiury measures to tit-- i oiio cnpiiclty tiudloiicc. tnift nt Ono of Iliy curly fre.ik porformiintes wus Iiilciided lis tin event of great Artistic value The lute Henry Wolf-soliwho uftcrwnrd liocame famous jus mi liuptesaiio, aspired to tlic srOat.jT u or Skin Discasc.Do Not Delav Until It Is too Late but Order TO F?5!' i W A tm 1PP INGS M Had HEMEDT Complete and Positive Remedy for Esmisr ss:i::if:e;xj.. js. HLHEiXJ3VEjA.T7I AndfAIj Other Forms of Blood and SUin Diseases. Hot Springs Physicians Pronounce this the Greatest Blood and Skin Remeeh Ever Placed on the Market. PMII-Coilrie 3F IK ibVisbbbbbbbbbW1 ybr k at least. His nmbltion nppcalcd to Mario Sccbili'li, the Ocrman actress, who was appearing In that year (lSOSi at the Theatre Fraucals on West street. Wolfsohu paid thu man-nge- r $1,000 for the privilege, besides himself Milling out the capacity of the l"our-tcenth iwrju1l.ai 'I'll., tflxml Nllilo's Cnrdeu In "Otlieilo" mid Wolfbolin. then twenty- two, had saved a little money with the' Idea of purchasing the privilege of the Moor In New York,ouee U lttlriltl lltMllltjt at THE E. W. SMITH CO. Incorporated. Owensboro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. Everything in Furniture. Carpets, Rugs, Window Shades, Matting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators shown in large varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS ANb PRICES. A Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. Pay Tle Freight. Mtnllon"Th'e Republican) ' " We " ! I DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L ! I AT HALF PRICE DURING JANUARY i THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Has msido a special arrangement whereby the can 'be furnished one year Daily Courier-Journfor $3.00, six months $1.75, by mail (Sunday not included) to all persons who will give their orders al t to us during the months named above. still, you can have the Daily Courier-Journa- l THIS PAPER one year each 1 Better and After For Only $3.75. February 'JV'tUqnco of the' Daily al Of-thi- : theater. Although the audience was composed chlelly of Ills friends and relatives, the portrayal was .so ludicrous that a riot Rccincd Imminent and was only through an appeal to the audience from Mine. Seebach to consider her own position. Wolfsohu never trod the boards agali). The nest year In the same theater opera bouffe was the rage, owing to the tremendous hit of a comedian of the name of (.label, who appeared as one of the two gendarmes In "Genevieve do Brabant"" Gabel's popularity was so great that a benefit was tendered to him. He decided to present "Genevieve" a9 a travesty, the male principals assuming the female roles and the women those of the mcn The house was sold out one hour after the advance sale opened. Speculators reaped a harvest. The audience began to laugh before the curtain rose, the conductor was greeted with roars of merriment Even the ushers were grinning In anticipation of a festival of fun. When Giibel appeared elaborately gowned as Genevieve It was fully two minutes before be was allowed to sing the beautiful serenade number. He. too. was bursting with laughter. The same reception greeted each of the principals, but from then on the performance was about as enlivening os h funeral. The theater was half empty before the act ended. Gabel said the iifit day that he would gladly give back the $r.000 It yielded If he could forget the experience. It was fifteen years before anything of this nature was attempted again. This time it was for the late Maurice Grau, who bad suffered many reverses, that the benefit wus organized nt the Academy of Music. Grau himself arranged the program, tho feature of which was a travesty of the first act of "La Grande Duchesse." The great was A I nice, queen of opera bouffe. cast for General Bourn, the ponderous M. Duplau played the Duchess, and the droll M. Me.leres was Wanda. Seats brought as much as $lfi eieh The house was crowded, but. alas, tlie fiasco was even more complete than ut Guild's benefit Booth's theater, then nt Twenty-thirstreet and Sixth avenue, was the scene of the next freak performance. George Kigtiold, famous as a matinee Idol, was attracting all New York to see his "Henry the Fifth." Joseph Tooker, an Ingenious showman. If ever there was one. conceived the Idea of n special matinee of "Romeo and with six amateurs to appear as .lullpt. KIgnold was the Ilomeo. Such a scene ns was on view on West Twen street that matinee day was never witnessed before nor since. As early ns 0 a. in. tho lobbies were puck-ed- , and the line' to the box otlice reached to llroadway. At noon at least a.000 women were congregated In front ot the theater, and the management, fully awake to conditions, commissioned "big" Jim Brown, king of ticket speculators of that day. to "work tho line." This Brown did so well that 4.200 persons. U5 per cent women, were packed Into a playhouse seating 1.S0O comfortably. The performance Itself was so bad that Rlgnqtd would have quit In the fourth scene but for Tooker's plaintive plea to stick It out. Tooker's Idea hnd been that the Juliets would be so bud tha,t they would be fUnny. whereas live of (hem were Judt niuU 'Incompetent. Tho "sixth Juliet was nun other than'Marle Wiiliiwrlght.- - who dlstln' gulshed licrsflf' nil Hjemore by the contrast MUsiWalnwrlght was Immediately engaged as a inofessiounl and quickly beeiuue n star. 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Proprietor Representatives has does wrong, but It will Tho Houso of Defeats, Says Sena- whether- d ItnloJ by those who Investi- AL1.ISON BARNETT, Associate Editor already passed tho Immigration Uill By not be jtntf and sineerelj want to Me lio by a vote of 2S2 against 126, which IS tor Borah. pfliy reorganised and Address all communications to a two to one voto.Thls bill excludes and made to do the service of the who cannot either all foreigners The Hartford Republican. in this country as it performread or write in their own Imimwbo Political Parties Must be on High F.ngllsu lauguage. Tills Is ed that service In Its best days." SVBSCRIBERS or In the NOTICE TO The reduction of South rn repreBabnrllim IwlriDB th pnT ent t R nw what Is known as the literacy test Plane, In Touch With Needs In iimklsir the t,A4re mu.t ei the old nddnw Hint 1'resl-dsentation in tbe iarty convention, and It has been lntlmatU reqawt. of the Hour. tho recognition ot th credentials of Wilson Is opposed to this test l we per nlne-- Inln nn.I Nntl- Insertion. irar the primnr elected id legates and and will voto the Bill. But in view rer line ftir eneh mliMtliinal iltiltnnrli", llenlatlnD an-- t anl nl Think" V of the fact that it lias passed the removal of certain other subjects of Now York, February 21. S.;or, dissension, already nswred by tho rerllne raniH-.- r In nthniiw. House by a 2 to 1 vote and will iass CTinrcb Nnttm tor nervlcw In, tint other ) the Senate bj an even heavier ma- William E. Borah, of Idaho, thinM action of the national committed of . pr ihMvh nilvertlement, of the the party, will do awtij with "shameAnonjinous tommanlcatloBti will reettre no jority it is quite evident that Con- those who saw disruption I Mention. gress will pass the bill over his heart Itepubllcan party In Its failure last! less scenes of ChlniKo and Baltimore," according to the Bp.ikr. He believIf he vetoes It. This will make anothNovember to carry more than two ed the outcome would bo platforms TELSKICITES.-- . er serious split between the PresiCia.a"ecrl3.si.5. ....... signs. Anal.xzln"? embodying the cotivlctloiib nU.l aspident and his party leaders. Congress- Suites nilsrcvl the a.rss.ors' 2Z iVial at the Lincoln rations of the people nnd candidates men have never received such loads tho wreck of letters from their constituents as Day dinner of tho Republican Club of who will receive their nominations FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. they are receiving on this question New York, Mr. UOrah characterized! without obligations or pledges to any and tlicy realize that there wijl be tho process within the party as evo- interest or power than the people dethemselves, in tho opinion of Mr. lution, not dissolution. JVc have a suspicion that some- many a congressman and Senator supTho subject ot Senator Borah's ad Borah, platforms are utterly mislead body lias been tampering with the feated tills fall if they fail to port tho bill excluding foreigners fron dress was "The Republican Part..''' ing and worthless If drafted as they war news from Tampico. and at the outset ho made It clear have been In the past. this country. We never know how weak our that he spoke for thoso who thin is "I do not want a platform of o.- championed this name an asset not to be surrend- - pcdlencj, a platform adopted In a forNavy arc until the approArmy and The fish and game law by State Warden Ward met defeat in ercd, but one under which the vot-er- s, mal nianntr, even if it reads right," priation bills come up In Congress. waj.j said .Mr. Borah. "1" want to know In a grim and conclusive the Houso this week. We do not Many a woman, who never suspects know tho provisions of the proposal have shown that the organization of where the Republican iirty in fact , It, shows that she has plenty of back-- bill but It Is safe o say it deserved a part'y at all times must bo the stands and is oing to stand on those gown. wearing a bono by Its fate. Too much game law Is apt servant, not tho master. The terrible great issues, in a moot convention to result In no law that is observ- wrack last fall, he said, "proved that ou could never know. I want to see There Is nothing new under thei is ed. There is a well grounded feeling political parlies, regardless of their a downright fight where there and iast achievements, something more than iapcr ami ink in the country that the law makers traditions believe It when she gats tired of an hae ono far enough In this direc- - must bo kept and conducted on and sounding phases at Issue, nu abold hat. tion already. If the present fish law- high plane, and held In touch with solute contest where the people take Wanted Some Mexican statesman is enforced It will make It Impossi- the demands and needs of the hour." part, so When the result Is recordThe revival of the party streiit;th ed we will have the real sentiment who would be good enough to be rec- ble for the average family to enjoy ognized by President Wilson as pros-Idc- any fish from our streams, it is not at 1 the resuscitation ot partv pow and the eral convictions of the par probable that any fish will find a er that Mr. Borah professed to bee ty, and knowing tlicm we can square of Mexico. I way to the market, taken by Wools In the more recent elections in Mich ourselves for the future. Jonah may" not have swallowed the anil line, and that is the only way igan, Maine, New Jersey, Maryland cither the inspiration of Lodl or the whale; but look at the way the now they can be taken, legally, now. "We and other States, w here ho said third conclusiveness of Waterloo. Federal baseball Lcaguo Is swal- understand an effort was made to party voters had returned to the Re"I Wo not, want a platform drawn lowing the other. stop that, between April 1st and publican ranks, were attributed, not by bosses, or even by anointed lendon or leadership, but to ers, weeks In advance of th can rdpudlate June 1st, In each year. It was also to K President-Wilsand carried like a stuccoed canal tolls plank In the Demo- proposed to stop the shooting of wild the fact that "those who had dared the do duck and geeso during the only to tear down hrjd dared to rcbulld,and and perfumed Egyptian mummy to cratic platform, what "won't" he months they stop in this country. to do so upon broad lines and In har- the place of niectlntf with which to to the one term plank? Such a law could only help the rich mony with the true historic bent or conjure the multitude for another seahas The clubmen who can follow ihem both tho organization; with past achieve- son, but a living, breathing platform, been, giving to Ohio county farmers ways North In Summer and South in ments, and future obligations. of voicing the purposes and hopes to false more corn and hogs and less winter. "There is no mistaking what all men and women who have nibbed tobacco seems to have taken root. this means, it means that the vot- against tho realties ot life aid the The harmony that President I made ers of the party are too lndeendent actual conditions of now llBht a lamp by MarconIcan has maintained between hlmselt to condone what they conceive to be up my mind long siivco that if at wireless at a distance of sis miles leaders in Congress a mlstako or a wrong, and too wise t any time I have to abandon the name irot be cannot build the fire in the and Democratic and elsewhere, from a disciplinary abandon permanently the name, the which tho saluted l.icoln chose with kitchen range without getting out standpoint had ben truly admiral traditions ,the prestige and honor.that which to conjure the hosts of freedom of Jbcd. up till within a few weeks. But they and their forebears have estab and progress, Jf I must Hnally give love breakers aro now appearing on all lished and built up through 'fifty years over the Proud memories which clusThftt proposed Democratic feast, with McCrcary, Stanley, Bock-.fca- sides and are looming conspiclously of relentless political warfare . ter about these days, It will be aftr and Smith all drinking out of seriously threatening the onward mov "It means that no man or class of the majority of the Iarty has so Hue amo punch bowl will be worth ment of the Democratic Ship. The men can turn the Republican jiarty spoken and upon questions Of polity pAax jo see. first serious split that threatens them Its true course and draff It idown In a contest that no one will ever Is on the question of repealing the from its exalted station among the misunderstand aul at a time when Republican contestants for certain county act providing for free tolls Jn Coast ureat political factors ot modern time there can bo no mistake as to the county offices In Christian Wise trade throush the Panama Ca- and It means, moreover, that no man Issues. itivo dismissed their cases. Now, nal. Wilson previously or class of men can wreck or destroy President "The next Republican national conJet the Democratic contestants in favored the act and In fact approved it. If every assumed leader aid ev- vention will bo In tho hands smd unOhio county do likewise. exempting our Coast Wise trade ery committeeman of the party from der tho control of the voters of the are politicians. from tolls through the CanaL That ocean shore to ocean shore should re- Ihirty, those who believe in the ReHow ungrateful Jt was Mr. Underwood who discovered would give our Democratic shippers sign and announce that the publican 1arty, who respect Its traHolbson arfl Introducod the resolu- a great encourgement and aid in build hour of dissolution was at hand, be- ditions and havo helped to mako Its tion to give him the thanks of Con- lng up our Merchant Marine. .Now fore the sun had set upon another da history. 1 am not one ot those who gress for sinking the Merrlmac. however, President Wilson lias re- the rank and flic, would seio the bellcv that the Republican party versed himself and wants that act banner where it fell and straightway has made no mistakes, but am one Why should any farmer impoverish amended so that our boats designatentrust it to loyal hands." of thoso who havo no doubt thatun-de- r bis soil and wear out his life to pro- ed as the Coast Wise trade, and conMr. Borah contended that all those a full and free expression of tho duce material to enable the tobacco fined o trade within this country who sought honor and place at the voters it will irgaln become a powertrust to enable tho tobacco trust to shall pay toll the same as boats enhasJs of tho last convention of the ful Instrument for sood." declare CO per cent dividends on the gaged in foreign commerce. Presiparty In Chicago would have been glad on the common stock? dent Wilson has concluied that the to luuo utilized the party as a parGrain Privileges. exemption would be a violation of ty liad the results been satisfactory MONEY IN WHEAT. Wondcir Jf the repeal of the canal one or more of our British treat'es and that those who afterward left the Puts and calls are tho safest ar.'d tolls is the third step upon the part party had expressed no doubt of the surest mothod of trading In wheat, to reduce tho and especially the of the Administration treaty relating to tho Canal. Presi- wisdom of Its established policies or corn or oats. Because jour loss is cost of living. Tho Tariff act and the appears to be correct in the Integrity and purpose and progress absolutely limited to the amount Cunrency measure have so Inr failill dent Wilson this assumption but tho Democratic slve bent of Its membership, or as to bought. No turther risk. 4o .bring about the emancipation House and Senate aro bitterly op- the efficiency of tho Positively the most prof liable way as an Instruwhich was promised. posed to the change and It seems as ment for progressive legislation und of trading. Open an uccouut. You cau buy 10 At times Democratic Congressmen If a serious split in the party Is now administration. symptoms of having opin- Imminent. puts or 10 calls on 10,000 bushols --show "The tact that they were there sick ions of their own, but as &oon as lng honors at Its disposal proved con- grain for $10, or you can bu both Farmers are Sore. School Master Wilson cracks his clusively that they .were In accord for 0, or as many more as you Farmers do not relish the flooding with Its principles, had faith In its wish. An advance or decline of 1 whip these opinions urlirgo the necessary changes to make thorn con- of this country with corn from South policies and relied upon It as an in- cent gives you Jho chance to take strumentality of progressive advance- $100 profit. A movement of 3 cents form to the White House brand. Then America, wheat, flour, oats an!d "Tosup-pos- o $500 profit. from Canada. It docs not Im- ment," said Mr. Borah. the circus goes on. prove tho domestic market. As to Write for full particulars, otherwise would bo to charge The road working problems aro In- the benefit of free wheat and flour them with duplicity and Insincerity, It. W. NEUMANN teresting the people In Ohio County to ho American consumer, that is a chargo which I would be the Jast to New First National Bank Building as never before. Views aro being ex quite another matter. Domestic flour make." Columbus, Ohio. 31tf. Changed through the columns of The Is already the cheapest Item on the had been one Mr. Borah said he Republican aui some criticism over food list and has been throughout those who entertained the opin- Baseball Junk, Scribbled in Den. county management is quickly tho season. Tho price of bread has of pat (By Al.) ion after the Chicago convention lakea up and answered by other rcad-r- j. not been reduced, however, and the that "the majority of the voters were Just when wo wero about to Out of all this discussion ood only beneficiary of the low price ouo way and the organization an- shoulder our bat, Blip on our mlt will result to the many. A more care- Is tbo baker, who makes a greater other." Sincere men differed, he and snlkes and chase files, wo shouldful and economical handling of our profit. This, he argues, is only fair, said, as to tho policy best to pursue. er our musket, slip on eur mtts and finances and less knocking on those as In other 'yearn when flour lias iMr. chaso rabits the spiking takeB place "It seemed to some," said oificjajs who eiileavor to do their been hleh ho has been hard put to Uorab, "that It was wiser to get out on our return. Diloatvd to Mother duty and work for tho best Interests it to exist at all. and fU-h-t from tho outside, it seem- Nature. of the county. It will no doubt, soonShould Canadian flour undersell the ed to others who were equally Blncore er or later, result in the commission American it would amount to a difConsiderable question was raised that It was lacking in strategy and form of government, also. ference of only 5 to 10 cents a barrel, effectiveness, if not In courage, to as to where tho locals should do their business, but give up the vantage of name ard pres spring training. Sulphur Springs was to get Ja he last few years especially sufficient down to the figuring aobut suggested, but after much discussion tlge, of honor and achievement, European countries have been unloading their criminal and of a, cent difference on a loaf of the sole fault was one of organization It was decide.! to work out at East to. Ova ultimate and not in .the membership of poli- End Park. There should be no delay subjects on this country fend bread. Tho benefit consumer, therefore, would be. hard cies. I do not crltlclso those who as In former years and when the first it la said that Now York State and to discover. Bay City (Mich.) chose the. former method. For .what- robin announces spring the boys CHy alono havo to juy more.1!!! Farmer. The fans and ever chargo may be made as to the should be bard at Urroty-sl- x million daUors per year ambitions ot Individuals, no honest supporters should also be on band to to maintain the foreign, Insane ar1 Wirt Fminj. man would doubt the hlsh purposes lend their moral support. Come out criminals within her border. 01 Jet's have a "corker" this famQua Kltselman woven wlro and patriotism of the 4,000,000 vot- and The eeurse the literacy test would undoubtedly keep out thousands of hon-- J fence, and barbed wire, can ho had ers. But I do say that every obsta- year. and worthy foreigners who would In most any stylo that you may be cle which stood hi the way of sucIt cess ot tho cause as wg viewed l.el us r" mutually agree to leave mkt excellent citizens, but H l in need of at, Likens & Acton's. C. M. argued that tho time has come when this wholesale Immigration from Europe and Asia which lias reached tho enormous number of l,r00,000 annustopped for ally should be cntlrcl a Mw years at least. REPUBLICAN PARTY IS STRENGTHENED linvq been completely removed. "There has never been n time when tho machinery of tho pnrtj was so completely subject to the direction of the voters. Of course, thii will bo denied by those who would destroy 1 W L APiwm ,. ' b: lw W .. I ts M WSh :- -. i x OA hva . its k I WT', vmEmar i uMtm iry j o nt w- -- l j Speeded up the Factory ' A BIRMINGHAM Selling House received a rush order for machinery. The sales manager called the factory at Pittsburg on the telephone, and was assured that the order would be shipped as desired. Long Distance Bell Telephone ser- vice is an essential link between the selling house and the factory. When yon telephone smile . Cumberland Telephone i J n la) , low-neck- ed and Telegraph Company '119 SOUTH INCORPORATED. PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. nt off the knocking tills car. Wo cant recall a game won In such manner. So long as a man tries he should have tho encouragement of everyone nnd when ho fnlLs to do this he should bo canned, no matter If he Is a llttio more talented than the other fellow. The man who Is nlwiijs Jry- Ing Is the man of value to his team. iWvv.v4. I Furniture! We have just received o a ear of Furniture which wo aro able to say is the con-venttl- paper advice-which-this- that outfielder Marks Is "sorter peeved" because his name was not montloncd in this column hist week. But we know how-tmake lilm smile Just mention that long, running catch he inn la last summer. Wo understand "il-s- to-da- y. Pitcher Rlckard is (taking such excellent care of his right wing that he has not even brought in a scuttle of coal all winter for fear of injuring said' member. u ai Our old friciW Jack Thorpe will try out with the Harrlsburg Kitty League team this year. Here's bop-Iyou make good, Jack. most complete, nicest and most up to date line we havo had since the establishment of our business and feel safe in stating to you that we are able U. tn nuntA vnn t.li lowest prices to bo had. Call and let us show you our line. t nt Likens & Acton ,'Unclo', Jim Stevens has applied r. He Is already Chief for of Police. It scums that a fellow once gets a taste of graft oh well. We're not for him. gate-keepe- ht 1 Bob Walker has announced his intention of trying for first base this year and svys he Is in tho pink of We won't comment on condition. your caso "Bobby," but tho fans jou haven't forgotten that made in the Rochester Kame last year, ir Jho das when ou pluycd regularly havo sllppdl tho memory r all but the most ancient ones. two-lwgg- er Children Cry FLETCHER'S CAS TOR A FOR I The farmer is the Goat. A Philadelphia dispatch of February 8 to tho Now York Journal of io-tato- Commerce bajs, concerning tho prace In corn. tical effect of diocul Kraln dealers aro eagerly tho arrival of the fint cargo of corn from Argentina. It Is expected to ect .there about tthe middle of the month and will bo the first corn over lmiwrtd Jn .the hlstoiiy of tho port. With tho arrival the price of corn is exitcctcd to drop considerably. In tho future, grain Idealers say, corn prices will bo much lower, and It will bo almost an Impossibility to force them up as high us they are at pres ent, if high prices should provall for any length of time it will result in the American markets being bvvamped by Argentlno eorji. Precisely so. Prices have already dropped from 10 to IS cents a bushel, because of largo importations of Argentine com, and still larger importations to come. This means a loss of from $G5,000,000 to $90,000,000 to American farmers on their short corn crop of 1913. Who gets the $65,000,-00- 0 Free-Trad- OSTEOPATHIC G. B. DOCKERY 1 PHYSICIAN Consultation and examination free. All kinds of 'Jlseases treated. Office -- ml floor, Cascbier building. "y. BEAVER DAM, KY. 111 the Feed Business one-tlftie- th n dejib-vmU- ly Jae Na-tlon- al it Your fowls will show their appreciation of good feed by the larger to $90,000,000? Well, tho Argen- number of eggs they lay and by (he tina farmers will get a good hit of fat they put on. Then It; the Standard Oil Company owner IT DOES PAY. of the Corn Products (k'lucose) Com- to pay attention to the quality pany, will get several millions; so your Chicken Feed as welt, to will the whiskey distillers. But too that you fotli your horses, fco0 fja4 penny cattle. Remember, wo American consumer .will get a have all' tlato; of lit. Tho American farmer is the but only one quality the best. goat of Your Liver Leeks Qrlgsby's Try a bottle today. SatisfacThe Produce Merchant tion guaranteed. Ask J. H. Williams, lB2y HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Hartford, Ky. m HAVET0J 210 0 y o. Free-Trad- e. W. E. ELLIS - illlffnlilrfM,J"flJ;rt" "" .' Th Infnnt chird o( Mr. and Mrs. Capltola Davis, born Inst Sunday died Wednesday night. Esquire Miles Answers "A Tax Payer." 2.V-KdltCcn-tcrlo- -- i i X X Paradise. N'y., Fob. Only a fow mora of tlios cheap ar 'Ilio "Tax I'ajcr," of Nothing over one Idollnr. Shoes left. wants to know what bene8. I.. KING. THE.Y ARE FAIR PfcJCCSf. fits the tilMinvcr cots for his iimnt. yf-BOro limy, of Whltosvllle, has nn - !If ,, hni, flIfinc,(1 ,,, lmMlc ,0 ,, Bi WER-TIOVK, rojilrd tliu position of flagman l11 IfltllrV U ........ .,....,. Imijiuii ,.,. 1in, ttr linuii ...,,,,. ,...., ... MARKED RKJHT WHEtt passenger service of tho Ortensboro Is. llo may bo a cronlc grow If or r .division or tho Illinois Central, tak- lio nui bo a member of tho "Y hit- ik ing tho placo of lloud White, tllng Club" from tjio llverj stable. AND LET U5H0VVYOU: m m If he had given as much time fne m WE KNOW WE'VE m Muster Much Almond Duke, son of of olinre to tho roads In OJ1.0 coun- m GOOD CLOTHING ij us iiuvu we wuuiu not nave any fj Mr. It. A. Duke, Hartford It. 1, m ' to iiujto a painful nccldpnt. complaint about the bad roads In the last Sunday. Wlillo plaj Ins,' on an County. .Mr. Taxpayer, 1 bao served III old work bunch tho llttlo follow, who eight jears os magistrate from the ' fill onl u years old, fell anil stuck n Rockport district and in that length I liave gen the county M1 splint r b twem Ibo cyo and 11030 of time m eight hundred or a thousand Idollars H more than an Inch. It mpilrcd the for. That Is tho tlino I have given H services of two physicians to remove M t and ho will likely losq tho oyc In time that I have not gotten a cent ' to the county would liao been worth slsht. that much to 111c If I had put the Squire Hodges, a negro tranij), one tlmo In on tho farm, nioro than what night last week stopped at Denver I have gotten from tho county. I TgUIEgMUMC1' l8Sf IP Dam. An abandoned brick kiln .fur- served four years on i!ksv. that finance . 1. av-- v satlfc. nished an attractive looking abiding committee and tho court saw fit to ftl'CU place and lie proceeded to take glvo mo, with the rest of the coni-mlt- t" by crnwlliiK tin 11 one of the twenty-fiv- e dollar a year, and eyes and building a fire. Sometime If tho court had payed 1110 four times during the night the old wall fell on that much I would not hao been him bruiking one of his legs and paid for tho time I lost from my work burulnt; him In n frightful nianucr. at home. I had no other motive In WHEN WE JELL YOU A SUIT OF CLOTHES Ho was reniovifl to tho county alms serving as magistrate than to bet WE Do NOT HAVE To PUT ON A MASK To-HIDhouso and it was found necessary to ter the condition of the reads In tho amputate tho unbroken leg, because county and 1 feel that In my district, OUR. FACE.S WHEN WE MEET YoU OK of tho burns. Doctors Taylor and 'at least, 1 have mudo a success so Riley did tho work Tuesday. His far as I could with the money 1 had THE STREET, AND YOU WILL BE GLAD chances for recovery aro bad owing to do with. . to Jits serious Injuries. MEET YOUR. FRIENDJ, BECAUSE YOU WILL Now .Mr. Taxpayer 1 have offered Judge Wilson a week of tlmo with Prof. Jas. P. Faulkner In cliargo BE PR.OUD OF YOURSELF' AND YOUR, of the State Tuberculsls Car arrived hand and team free of chargo to work on the roads this year (and four In Hartford last Friday and remained CLOTHING. WE WANT To CLOTHE YOU until Tucrflay. Tho car was visited by years if they need them). Are 'you JVST ONE SEASOH. OUR, FRIEND-hundreds of our pooplo who gavo ready with your hand and team free BACK marked attention to .tho talks and of charge for a week to work itho TO U S FOR. ALL THE CLOTHING YOU REED-GIV- E explanations of tho various exhibit. roads or aro you going to sit on the nail keg, whittle and growl and Sunday niglit the court hall was fillVS YOUR BUJINE.5,5 IN EVERY LIME, ed and Prof. Faulkner lectured at at the end of the four years accuse the Fiscal Court of being dishonest. length 011 Santatlon, using lantern AND WE WILL SATISFY YOU WITH GOOD vlows to aid his descriptions. Every- If we over get the roads to what they one who heaikl him speaks In the ought to be the tax payers will have FOR YOUR GOOD MONEY. highest tonus pf ho lecture and In to iay moro taxes or go out and fact the entire visit In our town was help do the work free of charge, for enjoyed by our citizens. We will he thqro Is not enough money Rlad to have hhn here again the first in to work slxtoen hundred miles of roads and keep up some two thousopportunity. and bridges. .Miss Mary CaWwoll, who Is boardNow Mr. Taxpayer 1 will tell you ing with the family of .Mr. Joe T. about that, one hundred and twenty Miller a fow miles ibolow town, had dollars that was allowed to the counINCORPORATED, an exciting experience last Tuesday ty road engineer, when the salary uiornlnK, when to avoid the high wa- was fixed last January at a thousand ter, she undertook to pilot her horse dollars. There was one magistrate across tho railroad bridge at Muddy who made a vigorous protest, said creek. Miss Caldwell Is a student at It was top much and voted against Hartford College, and thought she It, , Bald eight hundred would he encould not afford to miss a day at ough,.. This same, magistrate was put Mr. D. S. Bennett, llartford R. school which accounts for her ha on committees that caused him to No. C, called to see us while In town zardous undertaking. The horse tie- - rldo several dyas with thq county yesterday. longs to Mr. Joe Miller, and while it road engineer and 'when he camq to FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. Mr. Martin D. Thomas, who for has ;ono thru manly years of careful the December term of court he. told sonio time has been engaged in rail training In .all sorts of gymnastics un the court that he was mistaken about M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table road construction work In the South, dor "Joe," It was unable to hold Its the salary of the county rod enIs at home for several days. feet on, the slippery cross ties, and gineer, that a thousand dollars was at Hartford, Ky. Or Evening's Gathering Needs Cheer, thru, after having gotten a few not enough, for his expenso was so Mr. Perry Keown, who has been fell L. ft N. time card effective Monday foot out on tho .trestle. 'Miss Cald- heavfc' and he made a motion to alAug. 21st. visiting his parents hero for several Drink the Best well notified the section crew by tel- low him ten dollars a month for exKo. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. days, will leave this week for his ephone, and tho horse was rescued penses and the court allowed It. dally except Sunday. home at CloUs, New Mexico. just In time to mako "way for one of I In conclusion, Mr. Taxpayer, No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. in, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pornoster, Part- tho regular trains. will say that 1 have no apology to daily except Sunday. ington, and , Mrs. Grace Porrcster make to any ono for my conduct as No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. Johnson, Louisville, vlsttod friends hi Eggs For Hatching. a magistrate and that I am at least dally except Sunday. Hartford several days last week. Will carry two pens barred Ply- eight hundred (dollars short of what No. 113 South Bound due 1:4G p. in. I could have had if 1 had never servparents mouth Rocks this year. After a short visit to his dally except Sunday. Mr. Hoyt Taylor left Tuesday for Pen ed as magistrate. First pen headed by First E. MISCHKB, Agt )l. Hoping that you will find plenty tho South where ho will bo employed Cockrel from Cypher's Poultry Farm, Now York. Second pen htaded by of good plno to whittle on this sum on railroad work. as tiiue-kccMr. John .11 'Thomas, Narrows, iwas Yours truly, Goshen nicr, I am Pen Cockrel from Tho Wilkcrson Restaurant Is now First hero yesterday. J. H. MILES. Poultry Farms. First pen eggs, $1.00 ly furnished throughout ami tho best per 1C eggs. Second pon, 73 cents Mlnco Meat In bulk, first class to bo had in the market to cat Is tit Poultry Wanted. Moore's Meat Market. your command day or night, at reas- per 13 egfs. Also will lie ablo to furnish day- pay tho following cash prices Will For Serv(ce, cleanliness and satis- onable prices. old chicks, Jl.&U per dozen. faction, visit City Restaurant. delivered at my place of business The telephone crow, which is to C. 1LER. J. Friday, Fob. 27th, anU Saturday, Jus. T. Davis, Hartford R. 1, call- cable the main Hues of the CumberrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTfTfW land Company and do other repair ed to sco us wlillo in town Tuesday. Feb. 28, 1914: The Whittler Gets Treat. city, arrived yosterday 12 not a spark of sentiment in their danger of disease, tho means fcjr SAIA'ET, the great stock remedy. work In this Thursday evening a bit? sack of Hens morning and have started tho work. Gc hearts for the people most interested which germs are coniinuulcuted. fti Cocks young and old'. Seo U. S. Carson, Hartford, Ky. 30t4 fruit was turned over to me. as or, for 8c After having peddled the mess of healthy people and tho best selcmite 3Ir. W. A. Wilkcrson Is again In the "Tho Whittler." 1, not being said Gocso Horn to Mr. and .Mrs. Henry M '. 12c pottago whit h was Jtho nation's birth- of protecting health are bIiowh. , Ducks He Is in old rirtlc, East allrtford, Sunday, a fino restaurant business.next door the the gentleman, hunted him up and gave Turkeys 15c right, these leaders realizConscrvatlon of public heaJtb nuut to Rosenblatt stand u htm his treat, which contained bdy. 13c ed that a mistake liad been nundc, and llfo should como ' st aliovo all lfi)jr Bank of Hartford. Ho Is an exper card from tho Sheriff's Office. He Guineas each Mr. J. A. Bilbro has been working ienced man and can serve the. public seemed very much itickled and in Eggsmarket price. It was President Roosevelt who thlnss. .. for Fair &. Co., lor the iaat ( several In a satisfactory manner. Give him certain grants and went on Bring your poultry and buy your his ecstasy got liberal and treated tho days. tho warpath for conservation. a call very feed and field seeds from whole office force, something Wo just love to serve you. One mistake having been made, Good Magazines should be regular unusual. Ho desires for me to say W. E. ELLIS, City Restaurant, should be guarded against. Tho visitors to every homo. Her & BarooU that he will return his thanks lu Feed and Produco Merchant, James Lyons, Proprietor. conservation of human life Is of far are tho exclusive agents In Hart- his column next week. : HartfoiU, Ky. more Importance than tho conserva Dr. V. 31. Warden, ofCcutertown, ford and vicinity and will take Treat ALLISON BARNBTT. your order. tion of pur natural resources. was a pleasant caller at this office pleasure in 'handling ; ' Wants of Human Life. There is no duobt that tho waste Write for catalogue and other in- Has to Tear up a Will That Leaves Tuesday. The conservation of human life of human life and human strength is Fresh barrel Jumbo pickles and formation. Him $5,000. shoulid constitute tho most Important tho greatest of all waste. This Is Mr. W. S. Rock, mail carrier for Sauer Kraut, Just opened at Moore's How ' Henry Los Angeles. movement of tho twentieth century. shown each hour, day and year. The Dr. Bean betweou Hartford and BeaAloat Market. rs. of Fangor, Me., gavo up $3,000 This Is gradually becoming tho view of wosto mU'ht bo checked with small and-MHenny "Carson havo ver Dam, met with painful injuries Mr. as leaders In public life, who have neg- effort If wo would but make tho atby , J gone East to purchase spring sockls Monday morning while on his way to was rela'ed in a deposition read tempt tho Jatter place. Tho sleet had wreck- testimony In tho contest of tho will ligently slept on tho nation's birthfew Carson & Co. ILER & In order to conserve our vital re, ed a telophone polo which was struck of Frank H. Holyoke, a wealthy Manl rights. ,Mr, aicnryGrifriii, of near Owen-bprolumberman, who died In Pasadena in sources there must bo a necessary At ono time tho people of this by his wason, throwing him out Is tho guest, of. his . mother, country felt so wonderfully 1911 and cut off jila two sons and his revolution In our living habits, our Schroder's Floating Studio which wife to leave the ?ulk of his estate raT. I Griffin. In thq sweeping agricultural conditions of labor, our public guarMr. fyE, Haynps and daughter, for years has "made towns along tho to twin nieces. field, felt o wonderfully well off dianship and our public health. ILERS' GROCERY M4j Beatrice, arp viHln$ relatives waters of Rough and Green Rivers, Henry Holyoke In the deposition with tho unexplored mineral lands, On these very points hinge the Mon- - has ibeen beached some, hundred yards la AVtytMyllle. They will return says ho lumberman was uncertain in and wore so satisfied with the wa future welfare of the world. All tour REPUBLICAN OFFICE below th bridge and will probably bis mind, and that he made and de- ter power with which nature had points are being disregarded cooat tht-re- , picture busiwhere the M i return- remain stroyed seven or eight wljls during the bleared this country, that the, man- ly. In late eara the subject 0B7 Mr. attd .Mrs. V. JJ. agers of public affairs waxed care- llo health has received., the- PtetApooga. ness, will, be conduoU'd as heretofore. year before his death. fro Mail Orfeji ed 'agnation. la this field, wueh-i?- 4 The, Couaty Union of Um jAmerlcan tofyl "At Frank reu.uet' the deposl-tlo- n less. Tens., ',whcro they had aad Society of- - Equity vs held at the Congress, instead of being a good aaooMpiuMiKi aaaww read, "I (destroyed one will early u t)t Mr. McBow .ei8wwMK ear to .Health, boards la evry city aro buy court houjse- - lost Saturday. The at- la 1910., I did. not waul to do It, as cuatedkui, leased family Jato the fcwtth conditions U call tendance was good. at siuch buslr 1. that, will Fraak my oouaiu, save ward the whisper of corporations. leekte When U town don't ,$all . C. 7LER. he W. A. Wllkersa',Rettturant nee was transacted. Mr. S. OJ. Rob mo 5,0W,)at I did when he Insisted. Gradually' tho mineral lands became of tho people. Public aiov&meolB are at waa;Ue burning up f5,000." Tho absorbed and noxt'the water rights actively at work ataaiplnK out the next door to ertson, of Calhoun, Stalp. Secretary, "It ALU90NBAMMTT (IUwenblaUa old stand) Bank of. Hartford. MeoJa srv4 at was present and addressed the meet estate- - la estimated .to be worth half were granted in the most important whltQ plague. Educational movement : secthras to corporations which had are belli proinotH iwlntlag 'put the ing In the afternoon.. a million dollar all hours. a Oie-Doll- That our, T3E .SOLAEC) wont frighten SUITS prices you T s Shoe Sale ,. J we 5ot Trim Come I a ATRLC1AN hap-puiii- 1 WdwMm GPT 1 Flll3B9BBHHKR u,- -- We find that after our Sale we have on hand a limited quantity of S Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords in the following sizes: 3, 3i, 4, 4i, 5 and 6. These are goods that we sold at $3.50. Our reputation for keep ing a clean stock will not permit 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? Our advice is, better come and take a peep at them, and remem ber that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THAT SAVES YOU C' V.VTP- pos-scbsl- To A HOUSE MONEY. STVrr iid CARSON SCO. M If Mi Hartford, Kentucky - Hartford Republican. H IK B an I I er I For Sale By All Soft Drink Stands, 5c. , on-oth- er MAGAZINES of ALL KINDS Ordered BARPTT or Hol-yok- e, :: gen-cro- uo tn-rlch- ed 1 I tyaday fJr UnJrm ffir 1 NIGHTMARE TERROR. FISHING WITH AN AX. THINGS ALL OUGHT TO KNOW UK I HAVE YOUR SUITS 'di Yung Children Frenchman about the beginning of the ANCIENT ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. last century. On It were written in French the following enigmatic wouls SIMPLY ROBBED THEM. Iron and Wooden Hands and Legs and "On May 1 every j enr I have a golden Plaster and Silver Noses. hd." Mean Trick a Political Boss Played There Is in thd museum of the Itoyal The Inscription sorely puzzled the Upon His Ward Heelers. College of Surgeons, Lincoln's Inn IniMbltnuts of Xaples. On May 1 the A veteran politician when the subleg. Fields. London, ject of political graft and blackmail about 300 B. C,an artificial wood made year after the erection of the column of bronze, ame,up told of the experience of the iron. Who has not heard of the and l great crowd came to It In the hope faaf finding the top covered with gold boss of n certain city who was somemous "Iron Hand" made In Nuremthing In the way of a collector him- berg, Germany, in 1504, for the Ger- pieces. Xecdless to say, they went home with their pockets as empty as self. man knight Goetz rou Berllcbingen? One day near the' close of a hot cam- Among the old time Indians ears, noses they were when they came. For several years people came to see paign be managed to round up some and lips of plaster were quite common, 45.000. With a couple of his pals he one of their ordinary punishments be- the promised wonder and weut away At last the authorities toad a bibulous celebration. About 2 In ing to cut off these useful parts of the dlsnppolntcd. the morning he was clinging to n lamp-pos- t human anatomy. Greek and Roman had the column taken down in the beand trying to call a cab when two veterans who had lost a leg or an arm lief that treasure would be found beNothing but earth wns ef bis heelers hove in sight. lie knew in the wars used to replace them by neath it. so the column was set up they would rob him If they suspected substitutes and Pllnius speaks of a found, nnd Bracing himself, be Roman veteran soldier who about 150 again. Obviously the words had a be bad money. greeted them with: years B. C was famous for the wood- mystic meaning, but no ono was clever "Hello., fellows; lucky you happened en band with which be was still able enough to guess it. and for years the along. I'm dead broke and want a to fight as an able swordsman. In riddle remained unsolved. Finally In 1S-a ragged beggar cab. Get one and take me to my ho- 1G04 the Duke of Brunswick had to named Annihale Toscl noticed the Inuse an artificial hand. make good." tel and I'll When they reached the hotel the Artificial limbs with movable Joints scription. He stood looking nt It for a drunken boss sleepily asked the clerk were also largely made by the famous long time while he pondered Its meanto sire each of his companions a $5 Ambrolse Pari' 1517 to 1500 the cele- ing. Then suddenly the solution of bill. At the same time be drew from brated French surgeon known as "the the puzzle flnsU-- d into his mind. He He was waited patiently until May 1 before bo Ala trousers pocket a huge roll of bills father of French surgery." and, throwing It at the clerk, told him surgeon to Henry II. 1552 and also tested the accuracy of his interpretato "keep that wad of stuff In a safe to Francis II., Charles IX. nnd Henry tion of the mystic words. On the day mentioned In the inscripIII. Later on Father Sebastian, a Carplace until morning." DbJffustedly the heelers watched the melite monk, was renowned for the tion Tosci. bearing a pick nnd shovel, Male door close on the young fortune manufacture of movable arms and set out nt daybreak for the column. that bad escaped them, while the boss hands. About the middle of the sev- He arrived before any chance visitors, enteenth century Fulelnclli, a Flor- and as soon as the monastery's bells judIc Into a chair. "Oh, you thief!" angrily shouted one entine surgeon, mentions artificial eyes tolled G be started digging in the crystal painted in ground covered by the shadow of the of gold, of the heelers as be shook his fist un- different silver and also describes gold top colors. He of the column. He had not dug boss. "That's the der the nose of the meanest double cross you ever gave a and 6llvcr ears which were cither tied long before he came on a satchel that strings or else sewed to friend In your whole crooked career. on the bead with the scalp by the aid contained 80,000 francs. The inscripthe skin of tion was n true oue tho head of the You said you was broke and you bad gold noses, column covered the golden treasure thousands In the wad. Confound you. of are and silver wire. Silver too, spoken of as having been in every year on May 1. there's no one a fellow can trust tuee use for a long time. lastor. Annlbale Toscl. the beggar whose days. That money belongs to us by Christian Church Services every fharp guess had given him compararights and you've robbed us of it." Trapped. mini ami fourth Sumlm m ll a. m. tive wealth, became n landowner near New York Sun. aijl n. in. Sunday bchool ti;."0 u 111. Buckbee't "Full ol Life" Northern TOMS His Wife I met our maid Auna Just Mantun. He died nt the age of ninety-freputation ol beeds hae f edlitreed seed growing a behind them. js years to Elder uwlnn, pastor. now on the street, and she pretended our. luccessful It pays Youth's Companion. Woman's Advantage. SECRET SOCIETIES. plant the best. not to see me. Seasonable Specialties: A woman can take a plume and wear Hartford Lodge No. 073, F. and A. Her Husband You ought to point D13ANS M. nieota every first Moudnty night HISTORIC RAILROAD TRIP. it on one side of her bat one day. on out to Anna the Impropriety of such Earliest Red Valentine . . $350 Bushel t In each inoutli. W. S. Stevens, Refugee Iixtra Harly . , Jj.js bushel the other side another day, on conduct. New Stringless Green Toil . j.3.70 llushet M.; Owcui Hunter, Secretary. of her hat another day and on His Wife But how can I? You see. Fillmore and Webster on the Eric's WarchnU's Imp. Kidney Wax It 50 llushet Hartford Chapter So. SI O. E. S. Davis New Wlnle Wax . . J4.75 llushet the back another day. She can wear he bad another girl with her. and It Through Train. First meets every second and fourth MonCurrie's Kust iroof Wax , U 50 Bushel it curled round the lim. under the rim was quite evident she didn't want her The completion of the Erie was. the day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, PEAS across the crown or stialglit up in the friend to know she was working for a most Important event In the history of nxtra Harly Alaska . . . $3.50 Rushet W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. P; New Early (Iradus . . . . J jo llushcl put hi woman who wore a two dollar uud a railroad building down to iilr. But if a man happens to Miss ElUabotli Miller, Secretary. I iorsfonl's Market Garden . j3 5oHushel that time a liat on with the rear cud in Hout lie half hat-N- ew BucLbee's Lightning Express j 00 llushU Rough River Lodge No. Ill) Knlglits matter or national consequence. York Post. looks like a duru fool. Cincinnati Lu a full Lettuce, of this fact was made when j:eds, PlantsRadiih, Tomto andgrowing line ot 01 j'ytiiiaa meets every Tuesday evenprices. and liulbs at lowest qulrer. In May, 1S51, u special train carried A Divided Village. hJnd (or complete catalogue or submit a list ot ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. Hedrlck. K. or R. & S. and 111 quote price, In tho readjustment of boundaries on a two days' trip through tho moun- lour requirements the grow er Sae Monev. lluv direct from Hartford Tent No. 'J'J, K. O. T. M. As Shu Caught It. Franco-Prussiawar the lit- tains and valleys of southern Xew Mention this paper. Write today. after the meets every first and third Tliursda I'lie use of the telephone frequently tle village of La Schlucht was divided York, sweet with the leaves and s nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; results In some very funny mistakes. between the two uatlous. France and of early summer, President E. IV .Moore, Recoikl Keeper. Prior to u meeting of the State four members of his cabinet and laWBuckbeeSI., loMfi Sd rrmi. Roclford, Germany meet in the middle of the Acme Lodge No. IM'J 1. O. O. F. of Women's Clubs In Chicago malu street, and as tho boundary lino other guests of natloiinl distinction. meets overy second and fourth Fria young woman was asked over the follows a slanting course It is possible Daniel Webster, majestic even unday nights in each month. C. M. Hartelephone If she would tike two dele-gat- for a Freuch nnd a German soldier to der his heavy burden of age and nett, Noble Ciraiid; W. R. Hedrlck. to the convention. She agreed pose for a Joint photograph, each rewas secretary af state In Secretary, to do so, uud on the day appointed maining within his own territory. cabinet and rode on that first Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. UCUBB'S 8KM SUCCO0 showed up at the hall with two Jelly mctitB every second and fouith through' train. He made the .Journey Boston Transcript. SPECIALOFFER: vakes. nights lu each month. Tom in a rocking chair lashed to n fiat car, Fulton's Power of Thought. r JUi tVttl XM.Bnhw AtrUllfUl Williams, Council Commander; W. C. maka rem oar Dcrtaansot cuttomer. Itobeit Fulton possessed to a remark' that he might lose nothing of the scenCircular Evolution. Wallace, uieric. . uk,iinruiluittable degree the power of concentrated ery nnd the sweetness of the fresh verIX X Inst a f TaMAtuM. Sunshine Hive No. 12, L. O. T. M "Jim" errand boy. thought He studied French, Italian dure. Xor was he too feeble to enjoy lit tlM riiM(tiTi p,- t anlndla uiat oen YrniisUTuuUrtuaU. moots every first and third Friday 'James'' olllce boy. GUARANTEIC TO PLKAHE. the great barbecue at Duukltk, where Ueiirrt.frtaud German and acquired a proficiency nights In each month. Mrs. Attyo Brown" clerk. in the three languages. Higher mathe- oxen nnd sheep were ronsted whole, Write tp'dmy; Mention this Paper. lUrurin, iitiy Conimandcr; Mia. II. "Mr. Brown" hend clerk. pork nnd beans were cooked In vesperspecmatics, physics, chemistry and ftMAAArMrMMMrrV I E. MIschke, Lady Record Keeper. "Brown" Junior member of the firm. tive also demanded his attention as be sels holding fifty gallons each, bread SEND 10 CENTS Keystone Chapter i to etrnr potUf "James" of head of linn. progressed In scientific research. was baked In loaves ten feet long nnd l COIMCHOB Brg pU u4 rcli thU Tsluaklc " yDlfl, uriur WIU tUJ big M., moots every thliU No. 110, R. A. Saturdiyy night "Jim." head of the firm and power OCMUdl BfN ll IQvf two feet thick, so heavy that two men In each month. John T. Moore High i Aii ADoui &, IlaBtt, IC iumcilli lu ntm tnui on the street. Life. staggered under their burden, nnd the Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. A Great Man. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. "Father." said little Hollo, "what is whole was served at a table 300 feet State Off leers -- President, .1. Jl. Mc- long, spread under a specially built An Important Consideration. a great man?" Council,' Princeton, Ky.; Vleo Prcsl- "What reform will you nth ovate?" "A gieat man. my son. Is one who shed along Ballroad street from Deer ,dcnt, J, II. Hurnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; asked the friend. manages to gather about him u whole to Lion street. K I!hIwm'(c(iii Trpnx II Krori'rnrv "1 don't know." nnwi-rvthe woman lot of assNtants' nlni will take the It was-ij- , gecat day for Dunkirk: It s'Calhoun, Ky.; OrgnnUer, T. II. Ual- who bad Just icturucd from u trip blame fur his nilstaljes wlil'e he gets wns u great day for .ow Yoik stnto ,maln, Unitfoid, Ky. "What 'reform is the credit for Ihpjr good Idea!" around tho world nnd the nation, uin! It was a gieat day j Members Stato Executive fjishlirtmblff'at present V" 7i)i, nlwi fur Prealdoiit Fillmore, who found most .1. ,,W. Watson, Webstor-county- ; -. in ton Slur. tho pork and Ihkuix tMpoclally to hW i'. punn, Davloss county; lltjary PIiHe, The Midnight Sun, tato.-W- lls I'nrso Usseuger. Ohio county; K. 1. Ray, Hardin' ooun- .The jijidtubt uij u fable wholly .. . t. nLVve-Yh'ty; C. G. DavenporU, yViirroncounty. Qiiicr Connection, horizon at (he Xuith Cam- e Ohio County OffioVra S. h, Sto-v.No sysii-of pbykil oxprclaes from Jly 18 to Jtrfy 30. at Ilumtiiur- ohb, PrfHldeut; lienry, PlrtU), Soe- says Ollvyr 0ul6n: rh ' jw mn ilny IS to July ST mid iit yet Ability. Lea) ret,u-- ; a. J5. llenuett,, Trousuifc. oue moment Tnuuui fruai May JO tu Jul) ". u "Why doe h ih Irtro n novelist 'sin wimpare for jj tl-- t fa3a, J COUNTY HOARD pF EDUCATION. laxryi-witli'eiliffemcMitot Tor gMti an er-fi mm .mm .t. Mil t rJ32 I I Obiui Shults, Chairman, Htutford, - 'i. laniago In the fwnal- - head," tinNt That at All. K. O. V ' .. t I Old U'ly 'to - y tu.Mr,? HUwrv '1H "n.i 1. L. Terry, Hartford. Ky. . Mini Xerer be tmempli'ved. never be' trt : t' i'i u it in- - " itu jer I'Mtl l I'm' lltn T. .1 brooks, Fordsvlll.', K,v. . it ' !s k t Nn "i ii it J. Ira lljai'h, O' i on, K. Jilinrlv i,,i.' d km in r W lllli' .'. IV ui ' ! In 1 I. ' V, ' . .1 ll. O lime J the few hours from excitement before bedtime. Youth's Companion As Christian Bible Studtnts The SatIt Cautes a Shock Winter Sport In Which Tackle and isfactory Proof of "Why Cod Permits Bait Are Not Needed. Soothing. . That Requires Evil." a mini xtnrtx unt In t lie dead When A nlglitmnre Is n very vivid nnd One of tho questions which comes to will) only nil u miilor his it winter rrro.-iliti- . In ulik'li tho rdeePer nearly every tliliiMng mind today Is, one Is nn nml mij-- lie N j:olnK Amis himself In vnilmix terrlfylnj: sit- ;'Vhy docs Clod permit evil?" As we slate-Wlictuition from width tlioto H mi wraiw. ' Inclined to smile nml take his look about us in the woild we oWn re.K-Iirn til- - ment ulth n jrnlii of :tlt. .Wvertlie-man MilTerer'.s frlKlit that It Is tilled with sorrow ami trouble, lo It It true lh:it IHli lire "cntifclit" he nwiikens suddenly; sometime' sickness nnd pain nnd every trial we "Ith no other "tackle" than nn urdl- - could piiumernle. nnd we cannot help l,o Is aroused by his own efforts t nary nx. dcrcain for help. A bad futni tif ntsht wondering WHY (IOD ALLOWS IT Aloii the coves of freh water lnUcs ronre occurs In joims children. It is We realize that lie Is almighty and The child nnl;e nml ponds in the winter, especially Hint lie could pro cut It If lie wMicd called "nlKbt terror" when the first new lee h:is formed a n ilooji sleep, punting suddenly from We read in Ills Woid that lie Is more wide eyed, screninlnii but innrtlutliite transparent coveiin. It Is possible to willing to do for Ills children than to any one who secure a number of Rood shed 1H1 by nnd clliiKs f ninth-allare earthly parents for theirs, and we to the bedside. Such attacks! are means of nn ax alone. The-- e "iNhe how much tint menus; yet ofmost common In childicn between four men" wear the heavy felt boots of the know (hat those who try nnd elplit years old. but they may oc- lumbermen, from which the rubber tentimes it seems they reach the to do and llo tight have the most shoes are removed when cur nt any ae. tioubie. Tills question Is made ery Wlion prcnvnnp people have nlclil lee. A brlKht sunshiny day Is needed liidKi"-e-tlouowiup to mare It !s (.'encr.-ilffor this sort of fishing. In many of clear In a book entitled, "The Divine In diet. Mich as mince pie or Ii'j these coves and especially In such Plan of tho Ages." l'very statement Is backed by K ripture, nnd shows that liter paten late at nlplit. Many persons coves' as are lilted vVlth rushes and wahave to he very careful about what ter lilies In the summer pickerel, pike while God does not sanction e il 11 V. they eat for supper, and can never and other membcis of that tlsh family HAS IIAD.A rL'KPOSi: IX ALLOW safely po to sleep lylnn Hat on the come to the surface of the water and INC. SIX AXD DLVTII TO ltLKLN back. rest within an Inch 'or so of the ice. TIIKSE SIX THOUSAND YIJUIS - i As far as known they do this to jiet In This nnd many other subjects of deep One characteristic of nlshtmare the startling reality of It. It lacks the the sunlight. Just as they sometimes Interest ro all or (J oil's people are illsmisty vagueness of pleasant dreams tloat motionless near the surface of the ciisM-- fully and In language easy of nnd "has. while It lasts, all the sharp water In the summer. comprehension. outline of an actual occurrence. ThereIn English, German. Swedish. The nx tisherman In his noiseless felt fore It Is Important that young chil- boots walks slowly over the transparItalian. Trench, Greek. dren' should be widely nnd gently han- ent ice looking for these fish. They Hungarian, Spanish, Polish. Holland. dled when they suffer from night ter- seem to think that the ice affords a Nh. rinulsh. Syilac nnd rors. Do not scold them or laugh at protection, and they arc not usually In preparation. argue with them. They have frightened nwuy. When the unsportsthem or 355 pages, cloth bound. 35 cents postsuffered a real shock, with consequent manlike "fisherman" sees a fish near paid. Address Itllile and Tract Socieloss of nervous force. Until the par- the surface he steals up and hits the ty, 17 Hicks Street. Brooklyn, X. Y. oxysm has spent Itself, do not leave a Ice a resounding wliack with his nx. child who has suffered In this way Nine times out of ten the tlsli will be 10 alone. seen to turn belly upward and lay moFOUND ITS GOLDEN HEAD. In older children, nightSometimes. tionless. The secret of this is that the mare accompanies overpressure at impact of the ax on the Ice has forced Riddle of a Marble Column In Italy Achool, and the teudency to It disapagainst pears In the holidays. In such cases the water pressure the fish's head with Read by a Beggar. to stun him. The sufficient lighten the pressure of work as much Xer.r the monastery of San Vlto, in fisherman hastily chops a bole thiough ss possible, make the evening meal In nnd pulls, out his Xaples. stool a marble column that light and digestible and keep the child the Ice, reaches had beea erected by an eccentric fish. Detroit Free Press. during 1I- Directory County Ohio :p'j3'D:rj;2T.iY.iA:L y liluc s s I - ! Turko-Ar-mcnla- n Circuit Court -- T. P. IllrMiPti-d- . Judge: Hen I). Hlngo, Attiirne.x ; W. P. .Mldklff, Jailer; 1C. li. Uarrass, Attorney Law Clerk: 13. K. Ulrkhend, Master Commissioner; H. T. Collins, Trusteo Dyeand ILVUTFOIID, KY. Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, 5. A. Ilnitchcr; Hartford. ing Will practlco hlu profession in Uil office deputies .Mis. S. O. Keonli nild Ladies work given Cl'mnra tvrnun. Court piinvenca flr.st and adjoining countlofl. CoiiuuorclaJ Monthly III February and continues) nnd Criminal Practice a Spoclnlty. itlirrc weeks; third .Monthly In April,; weeks; Hats Cleaned and two weeks. third Mondn In Uctobor, two f'mmtv fVilirt Inlm 11. Wllafill. Judge; W. C. Ulnnkcnship, Clerk; Work called for and 13. C. Smith, Attorney Hartford. Law Court con'-cnefirst .Monthly in each HARTFORD, KY. mouth. (JuSrter'y Court UckIiis on the g Club $1.00 Mifisru. W. II. U.irmcs mid C. & first .Mnniinv In ovr ninntli. Court of Cnlnn Convenes first Smith aiinounoe Hurt Un-- j have form ! TltiMarl'l i lit Trunin ft ntiil fttt TltiMl In nn fuvidinij ttir 4iti . prac V4 tot. jnbitf tt.uli 11 uiuiuiu,' ium Uiiv ii"" V 111 a day jhj October. tice of Jaw, exc r,)t cmnjiiKil and dlvor G1U1), Hartford Pressing Other County Officers- - C, AtUir-tir.- y iloy, Surwjor, PoiUsvllle, Ky., K. casft?, Mr. 6nUtli beJng County Is iiraytiutod from practicing 6iica Gi'NTiiru hi ii(,'.,n.xTn: st. 'F. D. Xo. ii; Tom limes, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Oxna .Shults, Superln- - coms-jMr. Uarnus will Individually 1IARTFOKD, KY. teiitlcnt, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. Ulleyv' accept such practice. Orflr.e In 'Coroner, Hartford; T. II, Denton, Hartford Kepubllcan bnlldJug, Hart mxzzty "," stcviw rsuwr.! Koad Knglncor, Hartford. ford, K- JUSTICES' CO! UTS. 13d. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftUSELIV-VER-LA- X1 er 3d Monday in March, Tuesday aftU. er !ld Monday In June, Tuesday after ad .Monday In September, TuesLaw day after oil .Monday In December. L. A. McD.iniol. Itocknort. Frlda KY. HARTFORD, anlllftor "ll Momlaj In March, Friday CC1IU 'aftcr 3,i moid lay in June, Friday ASSOCIATED WITH M. L HI3AVUIN alter ud .Monday In September, j This office Is equipped for hand; Friday after ud Monday in Deling Commercial and Collection cember. . Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday Items as well as other legal nnd litiS. after ud Montlnj In .March,, Wod- - gated matters. Practice' In alt tho ncsday after oil Monday In June, courts. Prompt nnd vigorous Ben Ice. ' WiUncsdny after ud Moifday in Sop- Fccl right all the time. Don t lay off tcml Wednesday .after ud Mon- - M. L. Hcavrln'B Office. , Deccmut.r from work for days by tak.nff calomel u .. c TIci1,iI.OP keeps you when pleasant c.,u ,.(., ' Cleaned Pressed Otto C. Martin at Repairing neatly done. special attention. Repaired. I Barnes & delivered. month. s Attorneys at Smith rate per i ARTHUR ! Attorney at KIRK For Lazy Liver ti the Troubles of Constipation. ar ... ... , le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dan t .. "V ... V." .... . tako anything else. "You can't nnorUo ". "'' o . , ' V . it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys- ?avruay uuer ou .uoiitni) ! ' tern and relieves constipation. A nat in ucccuiucr. ural remedy, natural in its actions, suro Smith,' Select, Tuesday Wlimon in its effect and certain in results. It will after d Monday In March, Tuesday won't be lonjj beforo Liv- - Ver-La- x completely displace calomel in cvcr.1 after -- d Monday in .May, Tuesdayhome. Children can take it freely nn after 3d .Monday In August, Tueawith perfect safety. Every bottle guar- U:ty after L'd Monday in November, Wod- W. S. Dean. Dundee. anteed. 60c nnd $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and signa- ntiiday after the second .Monday In" .March, Wednesday after JJ .Monday ture of L. K. Gricsby. For sale by in J. H. WILLIAMS. - Hartford. Ky. In May, Wednesday after 2d Monday August, Wednesday after I'd .Monday In Xovombcr. Hen F. Hice, Fondsvllle, Tuesday THE after 2d .Monday In March, ThursSOWING day after "d Monday In May. Thurs- MACHkNI Iday after 2d .Monday in August, OF Thursday alter 2d Monday In November. QUALITY. lien W. Taylor, Hartford, Itoutc C. Friday after 2d Mondniy in March, 'Fr.jJay after 2d Monday in May, FriNOT day after 3d Monday In August, FriSOLD day after 2d Monday in Xoeniber. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. UNDER O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. ANY Fogle, Clhy Attorney; J. P. Stevens, OTHER Marshal; Court com ones Becorfcl MonNAME. day In each month. City Council J. C. Her. Major; R. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. Uoan, TreasIf you purchano th? NEW HO.MK you will urer. .Members of Council J. C. lMi-net- t, Cait. A. D. White, A. E. latc, have a Ufa asset at tho prlco you pay, und will J. D. Ralph. A. C. Velser. W. II. not have an cniUens chMn'of repairs. Gillesiilc. School Trustees J. D. Dulte, ChairQuality man; "R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. Considered J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Kills. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. it is the M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening eveny flr.st and Cheapest third Sunday in each .mouth. Sunschool "J: 45 a. 111. i'rayor n the end day cery Wednesday evening. meeting Rev. kitv. In U. W. Naplor, pastor. w e Uajitist Church Sen Ires morning If you wunt a newlng machine, vrrlto for anil evening every second and fourth our latest catalogue before you purchase. Sunday in each month. Sunday school The New Home Seninjr Machine Co. Orange, Mass. 0:45 a. 111. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evuilng. Rev. A. S. Pottle, r ,,.,. "", ..',. .'. T.WADESTRATTON Attorney at Law CROMWELL, - KY. In this practice his profi-sslocounties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Prompt Specialty. nnd vigorous service. W1J1 mid adjoining I AM PREPARED B NEW To do any kind of Vetcrir.a-ry work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. HOME W. H. Veterinary Surgeon IILEY Ky. f Hartford. k. Collier's The National Weekly Collier First Time in Clubs Collier' hat been told at $5.50. Now the price is $2.50 and uehave secured a toncession whereby ve can oiler it at a still further reduction in connection with this, publication. Until this year SEEDS Special Offer to Our Readers lter'ociiizinc the creac demand for CcIIUt'i at incc.eliacinaic arrfliiKtmcntj to publication each one jtar lTcr it ami our (or the price ot cin CoMw'jalonc. Tim U alimitnl olTcr anil must be taken ach unlace ol orompily. Ihenov ' What You Get in Colli t s. tin-fron- Cclltrr'i l the one bic. InJci rndenl, frarlrss weekly of the ulioleruuntrt. Net only is it the cooil cituru's haiutliook but it it alto a Auioni; tlie niaz inne for the holc fnnul ti'inus that a car' tubscriution civti arci u ' 1000 EdllorlaU 1 ' 600 New. Photot . 2SO Short Artlclra " 150 Short Storl I 100 llluttratrd Future, 2 Complete North A y ' Collier' Hartford ....$2.50) wm jp n bios-Bom- Fill-mor- e, H. W. 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HlVi tt m.i i tTS H ' r QaWlf 9et&jTji w i tr WOMEN OF JAPAN. A WILLANDA WAY. Children Cry for Fletcher's ,K Tlio Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonglit, and which ling lccn lu uso for ovr tfO ycnrs, hns hornotho signature oC and has been inatlo under lil.s per- Si& jClvHfy-tf1- -., sonal supervision since Its infancy. C &fV7, Allow no ono to deceive, you In this. All Counterfeits Imitation and " " nro hut Experiments thut trifle with and endanger the lice 1th of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment Just-ns-good Cnsforla in n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pnrc-gorl- c, Drops ami Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. Ift contains neither Opium, Morpliino nor other Narcotic Mih.stancc. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys 'Worms ami allays Fovcrlslnicss. For more than thirty years it lias heen in constant use for the relief of Constipation., Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all --Teething Troubles and Diarrhuui. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural bleep. Tho Children's Panacea'-T- ho Mother's Friend. What is CASORIA GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of ikj 2L&0z&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTMIM COMPANY, TT MUMMY STMCXT. NCW YORK CITY. Stare k Pianos , in Advance Satinfae (Ida Guar LoweitlNet Fa o t ory No Money varawflBBBBBBBtaBavvflHB: I aateed Priooa Saving Tornin Eaal tiui A S1O0 to of ft will vlilp ou a beautiful Starck Piano for 3ft duy.' free irixl, tn your h".ic. No caul i raiment rpqulred. .II ve U8k U that you will iiluy upon, uaa ri.i) tout thl.s piano for SO days. If, nt tlio end of lliot tlrr.e. you ilo i.oi llnil It tlio ifchest Krntle, nwectest toned and litiot pinna wuy, that you have ever wwn f.4 liberty to kend tt lucluand we will. In tluit pr.y 1li(J n li:ht both ways. This tjtarclc Piano must ln.iko t?nol with vou. oetil. i r there Is no sale. 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Send today for' our new l.ak Frai 1843, Starck Bldg., CHICAGO er WVm . Did You Know That We Are Giving Away Another BARREL OF WHISKEY OR $65 IN CASH FREE ; One chance with every quart bought for cash, cither mail orders or house purchases. The one we rave mvay at Christmas went to Ohio county in tho shape of $00 in cash why not this one. Henicmber every quart bought elsewhere lessens your chance of making $05.00 easy. P. R. LANCASTER 4 CO. 319 W. Third Street Owensboro, Ky. If you send for anything insist they come to us. Get our price list for your mail orders. Express prepaid. OVER C5 YEARS' A EXPCniENCE Texas Wonder. It at the approaching exhibition, unrortunately "Abd el Kader' was so poorly placed In the S.tlon that it escaped thu notlVe of public nnd 1 Pomcroylon, Ky. In Interesting adam so thankful for what Black-Drauemperor alike. Carpeaux wax not discouraged, lie was no sooner out of vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes has done for me." the hospital than he heard that the writes as follows : "I was down with Thedford's has been' emperor was to visit some cities of slomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for denorthern France. Immediately he packed the eherishcd'group nnd fret off for would have sick headache, so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. K Valenciennes. When the emperor entered the city hall of thnt town tho times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, bat relief was exhibited at the enI tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and trance. Napoleon Inquired about It. Unfortunately, Lemulrc. the deputy did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely from that district, was something of a I got so bad, 1 could not cat or sleep, used by ycung and old, and should b sculptor himself nnd of n Jealous disposition as well and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. "Bah!" he replied. "An uninteresting? Get a package today. piece: the work of a student" Tho would die. He advised me to try emperor passed on. Thedford's and quit Only a quarter. 14$ Undaunted. Carpeaux repacked his on" for Lille. work and set There the collapse of the ballroom floor put a stop to the festivities and to the emperor's visit. Carpeaux started for Amiens, only to be nrrcted as1 a suspicious character and to have his precious bundle confiscated. lie succeeded In proving bis Innocence nnd Immediately hastened to the archbishop, who gave him permission to exhibit the group nt the cathedral gates. Tbe emperor, deep in thought, entered the church without glancing to right Prompt A ttention and Good Service. or left. 'Agnln "Abd el Kader" had failed to attract Napoleon's attention. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Carpeaux tnow decided to risk everything on one chance. The next dny tbe emperor, with his usual retinue, visited a local exhibi tion. They were examining some paintings when suddenly a young man pushed forward nnd baited before Napoleon. Pointing to the of America. "Abd el Kader" be started to speak, but before be could utter a word be was surrounded nnd bustled to ene side. A EYES OF A PIG. $1.3 great hubbub arose, for e7ery one The Republican and Louisville Herald thought that It was nn attempt on tbe Globe-Democr- at Did You Know They Closely Resemble REPTBLicANnd St. Louis 175 . emperor's life. Finally, tbe young The Those of a Human Being? man, still struggling with bis captors, The Republican .and Home and Farm Your eyes are like a pip's. If any1.6i body told'.roa, so you would doubtless managed to shout above the clamor. "1. 1.75. Carpeaux. am the author of that The Republican and feel Insulted. And yet stieb a statements would be quite correct. Your group!" And again be pointed to the 3.6 Gradually calm was re- The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald eyes are very much like a pip's more so. Indeed, than they are like any other stored, and Napoleon examined tbe The jsepublicah aha JJaiiy uwenBDoro inquirer 3.50 work which the sculptor had so drainilmiil's. O'boro Messenger 1:75; This Is one of the most anions matically brought to bis attention, fie The .Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k truths of physiology. A pip's eye so was delighted wkh it and purchased 1.75. closely resembles that of a human it on the spot. Carpcaux's reputation The Republican and Kentucky Farmer being as to serve a very Important was Youth's ComThe Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1:30; practical purpose. Young men who panion. are learning t be eye doctors are The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .. . 1.50. taught tburiidiiueiit3 Beating It n. business Inter-Oceanand Farmer $1.60 with I be help of pigs' eyes. They disin his lecture on Shake- The Republican and Weekly sect them nnd practice all sorts of speare's "IIatHlet.".said the interest of ' operations ou them, from removing a Shakespeare was to be found in sfory cataract to. the snipping of the muscles nnd not in psychology. Elizabethan art which control the movements of the was Intended for nn nudlence who read eyes In their orbits. f an oculist hap- but little. I.Ike all early art, It was expens to be puzzled about nn operation plicit. The conditions were similar to he expects to perforin, be sometimes those in the story of tbe old London gets one or more fresh pigs' eyes from stage manager, wbo said: "If. you want tbe British public to the butcher and makes experiments understand anything you must tell with them. A pig's eye In a live pig's bead does them what you nre going to do next, qot look much like a human eye. It that you nre doing ft. and. last, that is small nnd not very intelligent In you have done it." and be finished by expression. When the pie is dead, saying, "Then they will perliaps underI Mall Gazette. however, and the eye' is taken out it stand you."-P- al Is hardly distinguishable from the eye H Understood Human Nature. Heads of a person. The young doctor was buying furniHuman eyes do not vary much In Bill Heads sice, nnd In themselves they have no ture for tbe equipment of bis new ofexpression whatever. When It Is said fice. Tbe eager salesman racked bis v tbuj a person hns large eyes it means brain to think of something else to every simply that tho opening between tbe sell. blm. He bad sold almost llds'ls larger tb'anbrdlnary. ' It Is 'the thing that could go In an office, when I lids that are' wholly responsible for be bad a happy thought. . "Ob. yes. surely, I. nearly forgot wblcb is capable of such wonderful variations. New York that!' lie exclaimed. "You need a . American. doormat." "Not a new one." said the young .doctor. "I'll get tbht at a Second hand Clever Scheme. given Arid "There is uo use talking, women are store. A worn one will be a much v foxy." better advertisement for me." Youth'a Companion. "What do you mean?" "Take that wife of mine. She casu ally asked me what size of gloves I A Coal Fire Without Wood. . wear." In the Woman's Llome Companion n "1 see as If you couldn't guess that contributor tells ns follows a ticw way she was going to buy you gloves?" to start the kitchen tire: "That's Just the point. She bought "Attach a rubber tube from the gas xslippers the size of tny baud." Jet long enough to reach to the front "Then what did she ask you about kof tbe range. Put a metal tip on the the gloves for?" free cud of the tube, light It at ml hold "So that 1 wouldn't know she in- it under the grate already tilled with tended to buy tillpprni." Detroit I'ree coal, A hteatly (low of gas for a few Press, minutes will start a good coal tiro without iihlng any kindling wood?" Drjwing'the Line. Otllcer-Wli- at's the matter with that Boy Circumstances Change. soup you're- - turning your nose up at? Lawyer Vou have tin excellent case, how lie raised the Blue Ribbon ear. Private-I- t's fml ol sand and grit. idr. sir Client-B- ut 11 I'rlenil of mine said In Hoys' CI libs all over the country the prizes are going to the Olllcer Now. Piuk heie, m.v 111:111. did he bad an exactly similar o;isi you and That means enough boy who uses the right fertilizer. you come lu t.tiup lo grumble or to wcr the lawyer mi the oilier side and servo your 1'ilvate Well. I I retueill-'- r ull beat hint. I.ilW.tiT-Y- es. did come to wrvij tny country, sir, but that; but I will see that no such not to eat Transcript. 411111U U plajcd this time. I'tick. n ly ght Black-Draught Black-Draug- "Three Obedience" No Longer Dominate Her, From tlio Iii'kIihiImk if .Inpiuirso history tO tilt lilt Toil IKt totl Of I'llllll'HC I'lvlllzatluii woini'ii oix'iiiluil n very IiIkIi place in Jiipiui mitl flllctl positions of ltnportitncL' unit lumnr In stnle, und lioiiscliold. Si'Vornl nt tllffeient times rnleri the empire. The greatest llhls In the world of pure Jnpmiexe llternttirc arc both women Miimsuhl SlilUIlm mid Sel ShoniiKim. Their Rttperb productions. "Genjl Moimpttiirl" und "Mnkurniio Soslil,' tire strotij: proofs of n Inrse inonHiire of liberty mill of IiIkIi position in society enjoyed by wotnen of tho llino. It was chlelly the Confti-clndoctrine of the three obediences: Obedience, while yet iinniiirrled. to n father; obedience, while umrrlcd. to a hiisbmid: obedience, while widowed, to n son, thnt elmtiKcd the primitive state of compnriitho freedom mid ludepend-ene- c of woiiiiin lliiddlilsin mid feudal-Iscontributed also to place women In nn Inferior position and .state of dependence. Many Amet ictus assume that women still occupy nn Inferior position In .In pan tinder the law. Hut this is not true. DnrluK the Inst llfty years female education has spread throughout the country. Western Jurisprudence hns superseded Chinese and a crcnt revolution has come over tho social position of woman. ami The new civil code of .lapan cieated a new It proceeds upon the lesal woman. principle of equality of the sexes and makes no distinction between men nnd women In their enjoyment and exercise of private rights so long as the woman remains single. She may now become the head of the house. She may exercise parental nuthority over her child. If her husband be dead she may adopt children, she may make contracts, acquire or dispoo of property in her own name. In short, she may be a party to any legal transaction so long as she remains unmarried. When she Is married her state of coverture obliges her to obtain tho permission of her husband before doing certain acts, such ns contracting debts. instituting legal proceedings, entering Into contracts of personal service, etc. But even though she does these acts without her husband's permission, they are not void, but only voidable. from a Bulletin of Japan Society of Th ' Old Tim ii How a Qreat Sculptor Insisted Upon Getting Recognition, Wlille still an unknown, struggling 8tmlcnt, C'lirpeatix, the fauioiH sculp tor, determined to get his work and his name before the public, so he sent f n that he had Jtmt llnWhed to tbe Salon lu the hupo of gaining the notice of Napoleon HI. The subject he Inn! clnweii wns "The Surrender of A'i ol Kader to Napoleon III." lie labored so hard over the work that be fell III. He lay on n sickbed in Hie hopltal when the ncwrt came that the Salon Jury had accepted the and would hang lins-rcllelias-relie- f STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS I decides! Majority of Frieads Tbraght Mr. taking other medicines. M Hughs Wodd Oae Helped Die, But take his advice, although I did not tare any confidence I Hia to Recovery. In it. have now been taking ht for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headache since I began using it. Black-Draug- JAMES & CO., - Pfrst Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. bas-reli- OUR CLUBBING RATES. oas-relle- f. flnallj-establlsb- ed! of-th- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Noteheads Envelopes Cards . ocular-expressio- : : Statements t other printed forms are Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. Ask the ffgJTaHlisH Thadz Marks rrtBVl(-.U- T Art. lnrttlAalMwlta, a slirtrh imij description mar asn'rtnlii our opinion iroo wlioilior mi oulcWIr u lions itilitlr '.Vi.udSiiiiii. HANDBOOK on l'a-ntsiit fK'O. HMol nueutr fur wHtiiini iMtrnls. tak.t-i- i ricolTti tlirouuli ttumt I It I'Mcnt SI. a lllinill 1 tl hTKIt Itt til it 9pecuunuiU.rt iwuwmiiisv, .. DC3IGNS li, wwir. Uiins.lJ ritnainmrir iiinsirsifi Jouriinl. inmmi u ..I uur l'l''"tl yeiri ii.urnHinihs.fi. tkiklliyull nrnwli-alcr- . A Scientific flmerican. MUNN m .""'"'NewM Tho Texas Wonder euros kidney an bladder dissolves j;ravo), cures dltbetes, fik tml lamo bacl:H, rheumatlsni, and till Irregularities of tho ltldnoys and bluddcr In both men and women. Itejatlates bladder trou-bl(- 8 In children .If not sold by your druggist, will tend bj mall on receipt of fl.00. Uno small botUo Is two months', treatment, and seldom u cure. Send for lulls to ffom this und othpr btates. Dr. K. W 1 lull, 2W0 011vj Street, ,St.' Not Very Green. "Odd, iMi't it. how human ways are in such direct coiiliiulKtlou to nature?" "In what, for liitane?" "Did .vou ever llml anj thing green about a gran-widow;" Ilaltliuore American. , Rumors. "Humor hath a ilioiiuii1 tongues," quoted the wle itiy. Test, nut) they two generally ;il go. liiK.at once." iddd the simple unit;. I'iillnilelphl.i liccm-d. POTASH ".. Who Won Mvanuan. ' to make a solid, well filled, and perfecdy ihaped ear, Uie 200 to 500 pounds Xainit per acre to lalance either green or staUr nunurc and be sure that tbe fertiliser you me contain 8 to 10 per cent Potash. Aik your dealer to carry goods of that grade. If he dneu't tre will sell you any amount of Potash, from one 300 lb. bag up, and you can add it yourself. That Sense of Humor. occa.luti.iIly'.liiitl tt man who o realizes that ye can't slug, but you never saw one that didn't think be had a keen sense or huuiur. Now Orlcati Plenjuiie. He Had Fingers. Wife (In city hotel, tho Hiiar Is pasy(li-L- 'k the touss. William. Kill (from the rountryi "l'ulu't 'ot. U ItY s Ixiudoii 11 Tit-lilt'- Don't forget tliit, for Potath Pay GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc. luo. mis. 42 Broadwir. New York CliiC4.iMcCoroiicl fliock; Ne Orleans, Whttnr Li'ijtrai lunt luae. rtiuiu. 1'mimn ma.; SiU l'mnchcc 25 Calilornii M.i & ' Cheerfulness l the daughter of em I'oyuient.-U- r. Ilurne. liuit I I.ou9, Mo. Sold 1V .(lrugtspi.,. 30tS- -' JL a or .C! oe,M"r ! I &9Qti&QQQQ9QQQ9QQ99QQ9QQ6GG99GG999999&S& "Tho 10,000 gooso Jn a flock Js not only Interesting Bight on tho tho Firko farm, and sightseers are alwnjs wolcomo. A conspicuous slftn near tho Firko Bhcds reads; 'Inquire at thq. house; an attendant will rIiow you around.' Firko believes ,ln advertising, and Is never moro dollghttxl than when strangers iay Jils farm a visit. This will be all is "Which are the alum baking powders; Tho birds aro housed lu Immense, how can I avoid them unless they are named?" well constructed sheds. Those sheds in asks a housekeeper. aro proof against the changcablcness Tho sheds nro we of Illinois weather. all of Here is one way: take the can of a low warmly built, have solid concrete priced powder in your hand and read the in floors, an abundance of light, hut are ingredient clause upon the back label. The not heated, for n gocso when protectlaw requires that it the powder contains alum ed from tho weather can withstand n temperature of 20 degrees bolow Our that fact must be there stated. If you find a few garzero. All of tho bltlls fattonncd on of the ingredients named alum, or sulone tho Frko farm are on the Now York half and less, phate of aluminum, you have found an alum market lcn before zero weather baking powder. . of here. all g season Is There is another and a better way. You When the over the sheds aro used to houso don't have to know the names of the alum Lace fflessaline Waists. stock, for Mr. Flrke Is also an powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; cattle, hog and sheep feedgood Dozthat assures you a cream of tartar powder, er. and the purest and most healthful baking of being closed Waists The founder of the Firk farm is powder beyond question. now liG years old, yet ho Insists that ho and Ids novel business aro Just In held and their prime. Formerly he did all U10 hlmsself, but now ho Is able work to hire men to look after tho Blicd Levys is con-fidenc- e proof of thdy on this and tend to the geese while Ing ono another. Ganders you have in Levys and aro in tho fields. you FARMERS SELL farm must conduct themselves Just aa In the management of tho farm any Bcntkman would do In pollto. he is assisted by his son, Ralph Firke. AT LOW PRICES who in the past fow years has done A gander caught misbehaving IB most of the. buying. iAto In tho calaboose. summer of each year tho young man given "30 days" in tho IS Is Because of Economic Condi- - Whllo ho Is incraccratod he gets all spends several weeks 'n Tennessee an Kentucky, In the hills of which states longer any mark of difference be- year old cones back tto the young A Mississippi Incident. ka& Which Unfavorably Af- - ho can cat anld drink, and when hoi goose raising is an Important Indushas servod his time he is so fat that tween the sexes, unless perchance canes nearest tho truuk and tie to try. Tin"- geese arc purcliased, orten The faot that backwoods statesmen he can hardly waddlo. But instad the Whole Country women's chins shall fall to sprout the wire lu the somo manner as tho In largo flocks, but more frequently In of .being permitted to associate with the Mississippi Iyjfilslaturc drove beotds or those of donatured men previous gaaaon. This method should Is In small and widely scattered lots. geese aaln he women from the galleries by the oral discontinue fertillzliiK them. be followed every year. As Often the geese aro assemble! in tho 3Lt. stock .and all products of tho hustled off to markot. Improprletes in which they Indulged vines grow older tho number of ibuds When a soose slides on the Ice and places remote from the railroads now coming to the United 3btnn arc left upon the bearing canes may bo be driven many miles be- whllo making an asinine attack upon 3S&33icc in great quantities, tho new breaks a 'eg or wing, or moots with' and must inrreasji from year to year. they arc loaded. The driving current fashions in dress for women, making It easy for for-'-J- misfortune otherwise It Is rushekl off fore TCurfbK law Tho ground about tho vinos should is comparatively easy, but before the calls attention to tho presence of a FOR FLETCHER'S to ship their stuff here and to the gooso hospital, which is ono rug "lobby" or 200 women In itlvocacyor be due up and worked thoroughly. jsritf xt e&capcr prices than American or the most Impressive buildings on long march over the rough and Mako a' liberal application of manure the a 'bill to raise the age of consent to i.imvj.m got when Tariff laws were , the farm. Every attention is slvoa ged roads can be commenced and the results will bo most gratiforeigners. But tho patient. If tho caso needs aur- - geese must bo Bhod, for rough rol9 eighteen years in .Mississippi. mat s favorable to Agricultural Extension. fying. will make even a goose footsore, and esmmcissocrs .arc not abjo totell any ' gleal attention it gets that, but the The law, Is of course, an excellent shoeing la oriRlnal one. For further Information address tho PRUNING GRAPE VINES theyipay. The largo percentage of dnmatos of his this method of Is not possible to legislate dLSksxprn In tho prices It moun Nearly every farm and city home Department or ollrticulturc, Kentucky Institution suffer from maladies which with the people of the hills and morality into the Individual but it Is .Antonio Express says that Sw tains of these states far from rail- posslblo to exact of the despoilcr of In Kentucky has several grape vines Exicrlmont Station, Lexington. Ky. excty day one. or more train require treatment with medicines. Mr. Firko admits that he Is the roads. others a penalty commensurate with planted about tho yard. For the most mJi of cattle pass through that "gooso king," and la proud of tho dis-- NShcclng a goose is easier than It the crime. Age of consent Jawspro-vld- o part they stand as splendid examples The Sad Story of Lon Gevity. Mir irtwn .Mexico on their "way to JPfcni U'orth. The Blade has contend- - tlnclon. "I can make more money sounds. The birds aro driven through an example of loIslatlon which, or what neglect will ilo and lnvarlabl Uack In the Spring of 'C3 wC fH along tha,t the producers of out of my geese In a few weeks .than a bed of soft tar or pitch and then although drastic. Is enforceable, nut the owner will declare that the grape A youth yclept Ion Govlty tau country would be Injured by I can out of my bank in a year," Immediately Into sand heaps. This thq faot that such haws aro needed Is not a success in this state. Tho Was crossed In love, and straightIs allowed to hatUen, and then the and demanded by representative wo- vines linvo never been cultivated and or a low Tariff, and it said .Mr. Firke. way swore While the State Bank of Mansfield geese are ready for their long inarch men Illustrates the Inconsistency of more dead canes arc to be found than Tliat ho would sock contended that there would to zlso tho golden shore. live ones. ks. aery little. If any, lowering cf is a thriving Uttlq Institution every- to tho train. The driving is net an the propaganda or sex equality. Ho took a pint of rough-on-rat- s Tho tonus pruning and training Enouch to kill n dozen cat- s"Hcrcs to woman, once our superjisfeet; (o consumers by the lowering thing Mr. Firko Interests himself in unusually slow process, for the peese ff Site Tariff. ior and now our equal," is a familiar are very misleading to tho aerago Uut good Events arp proving must thrive, for that matter it would are fair walkers. ol Dr. Gordon Flunm The sheds now In use on tho Firko toast. Illustrative of tho masculine person. Grapes arc pruned In order Pumped all the poison out o' him. .ffitet oar contentions were correct. take but small rank among the bankvery much afraid that prices ing industry, while the goose form Is farm cost more than $4.00". Xc.t point or view with regard to tjie tigl to reduce the amount of wood arid to, V5i t .u....tf... nrlllfll!f Mln TlTWlllff fn tit fvtil. fPll. us &diat tho formers of this country the largest In tho world. It was March, after the cattle, which will hitnn frit llm nltnltllnt ,: :i" a t by and um once more , , ... , ... r tRTJMiUiawill tumble materially be- - through marked success in dealing follow tho ge:i3o as occupants, are ........... UUS 0l,"y J"tCU- - a "f0r: . ...... ..- . v.,, M, n.n,ll.. . tttpu rJio end of tho present year. In geese the bank was made iwsslble shipped to the markkct, Mr. Firko (This tlmo he Bought (the river's brim, protect the morals of masculine ad- - system. is no prosperity for the. peo- - and It takes more than goose sense will experiment with chickens. 'And said, "I'll fool old Dr. Fllmm;" j Grapes aro vigorous growers and country during t linos when to mako money enough out of geesu Mr. Firke's wealth, like all other okneo would be laughed out or any IfSiivi tills the fflhe fcrmsrs must sell at low prices, j to tjart a bank, even a rural 6tate accumulated fortunes, had Its orleln lnwllinl'lnr t.nl.. I.. flitu..ln... ni 111 nil IfiP In D- - 4lin IumI iuiw. t.ntf . vil.a W Ho dtv.Jl ure .u... stream,....kerplunk; .,,. Into uuu ,!, "" "" , ""lV " i"i"M.imum., ui-,- nhnnl.1 lw. .. IIOU ouiw. .... ...... '"U 11... ,.M,n.l l...ll.. ..!. '. . bank. penni -- hn..-- 1. ".viuiiui., IV hz acre going to advise farmers In thrift. His mother was left "u i'iMw.i juiim,iuw- ,.j juar. wuli" neighbor yanked him to tho Bliore, But Mr. Flrke tas other Interests less by the death of his father when maker and clersyman ngrcc that tho Ucfore starting to prune, one should A fibcw brsfl. to get along during the Lon was doomed to live once Usmcs. that arc aliead of them now, asldo from the thriving little bank the future "goose king" was but one offect of such protection would bo remember that tho fruit b borne on more. , mtfvt any .Ulverslfy and raise a lit- - nd "Is 10,000 geese that fatten his month old. His education was very salutary to the individual spiritually shoots of tlio present season which develop from buds borne on lost seatf3trt' everything if possible so that yearly income by Petting fat fast. meager, receiving Ids first schooling and to the race jilijslcallj. At lost Lon Brew tnanhoods prime. iAnHI not be necessary to buy much He is one pf tho largest landowners from a subscription school In a log Such legislation as that for which son's canes. Usually not moro than Forgot his loves to and turned his tlmu twenty buds should he left after id Star StMuti .consumption. But our op- - In tha.t section of Illlnlos, having ac- - building in Indiana, and at early .age the Mlssslbippi women lobbbied Te- To making monoy In tho marts. and advice may nut be worth QUirai more than a thousand acres ho commenctjl work is a farm labor- fleets the masculine conviction (that ! operation or pruning Is completed, "This beats that fickle game of .am&sias- - Still, we. have opinions undiOfthe land, not an aero which is er on a farm near Mansfield, 111. women has not merely an inallenu- - Tils will necessitate tho cutting away hearts." a least So thrifty was ho that out of a sal ble right to equality with man, Ibut sse .no harm in expressing (them. valued at less than $250. of the vine and Said Lon till once he, missed tho Mr. Firke's operations in geese hae ary pf $22 per month ho managed to an undeniable right to social prlv- - often moro where tho vine has been "dope," JBjrjrclal janangemcat we arc to do only with the fattening of the sate nearly $3A0 per year. Ho Invest- lieges, which the law should guaran- - neglected for some time. In iwaov-tc- e, Then rled to end all with a rope. to .offer tho Womans" World, birds. Fow are hatched on his estate ed his savings in Illinois Prairie providing heavy penalties for tho nB n canes Jt Is better to romove arid JUntc Life, Green's Frult Grower Hatching geese is too slow a pro- which then could bo purchased for miscreant who holds that the rule of tho weak ones and leave only tho Tho cord was old, It cracked broke, state kium Life, four splendid wonth-J- T cess for a man who wants to make a an average of Jess than $35 per. acre tho survival of the fit slwuld apply' stronger once, got was Just a choke. arazlnes, togothor with one largo profit out of geese. Grapes may bo pruned any timd af- - And nil Ion Tho iacreas in valuaton of his land equally to tho sexes, and that GUI. jusiM subscription to The Kui.uhlio Young and gaunt they ore received alone has made him wealthy, his hold with Jack, must tako her chances in ter tho leaves drop and until tho buds I wasn't mode to die." I "It seems .am. Cor $1.25. This holds good lor by carloads from tho south, nrlnci. Ings being worth approximately tho fight mibvr renewals, old subscriptions, orjpaUy Tennessee and Kentucky. Round $100,000. sip law riu. menr subscribers. You cannot at-- 1 arid fat they are shipped a short time Tlie Idea of making lare returns tho mascullno view of the rc,avlty er or after tho -- p starts Jo flow. K . tf, later to the Eastern markets. Jm4 to miss .this bargain. But from fattening geeso Js not an orig- of the rights or niau and woman, hut If tho1 pruning la put off too long the Alas; for plans of mice and men; hi tliat brief Interim such a change Is inal idra with .Mr. Firke. It wasgali tho underlying principle is tho basis vinos will "bleed". If tho bleeding is A aj;ront housefly passing then, Eing"and His "Realm. .offocted that a car which holds 2,- - 11 a former partner, I.. Clousor, of many laws and customs which not vry severe It Is rather detrimental A germy kiss placed on his cheek, fel a said tliat poultry farming Is 500 upon their arrlvla at 'the Flrk who first suggested It to partners and even tho most ardent "suffragette" to the plant, although not as had as And Lon was dead within a week. Cm Jwitaiiccs as hazardous ns farm will scarcely hold 1,700 when then each fed scperatoly, hut so per- or tho most cnthuslastlu feminist somo people consldr it. 44 ratythres ft theatrical enterprise. To they are hurled off to tho market. sistently and successfully has Mr. Firk would wish to see abolished. Yet.asl The following systom of itrulning. Habitual Constipation and all liver o 3tis raJnJtiated tho undertaking looks j An avorago boo&o upon Its arrival applied the Idoa that ho Is an eminent biologist insists Jn a mag- - known as the Knlfrou, la very .promises Largo prof lis, which at tho Firk farm is worth about 70 monly practiced. .During thu flrat troubles car. be cured by using xx& tho "gooso king" of tlie world. article or recent publication, if uXfXiSus the numerous rallurcs wo see cents. The same bird brlugs $1.70 neither custom nor law recognized a bison's growth a numbor of canes (Jrlgsby's Ask J. H. cw -- sen! iLbout in ilie newspapers, when It starts for tho market. Tho difference in the rights ortho sexes, w'U bo produced. All or these but Williams, Hartford, Ky. iD.2y "XJtsZ. ori'Ji xbo.r.'ght kind of attention feed consumed in working tho malo, being the Btrongqr animal "o should be cut awuy after the tho change FOR FLETCHER'S - Is worih about 30 cents, while the KfOlxy Harm can bo made profitphysically, would not Jongcr respect Kruls season and this should be afc.". is proved by tho atorv in hou tiuiisportation any of the rights of woman that aro 'ortened back to about four foot, charge both to and 'VJtttrtuw A, Firko, a banker, ofl'ltitt from tho farm will not exceed 20 ii now firmly established by convention T' tills to a stako. Tho next Likely to be Disappointed. 'Chou.; Illinois, has made hips or cents, leaving tho feeder an average a number of cauus will bo pn. among tho barbarluim and sa- out of suqsj. Mr. Firke's of 50 cents profit on each l.tiij Tin efleet 01' tree wool will bu agi-s- , u say nothing or olng to tho duedd .but all eNcept four should bo to Jwalod a low mlltt trum died. felt immediately by the American extnmo of the iira- - 'c't uway; two HliouAl ibo lett at .TftajLJtelil and aiot far tiom l)aulllo. Ten thousand ccso! FUuthnumnd wool grower In a lower irUe for of tho rights of omii. I unco of twi feet from ibo ground two four f.vt lrom the groutul. ?C: Iaw la sometimes called"! ioos dollara for three wooks' work Is fair the home priiluci. Hut the man who It Is tdsnlfteant tliat tilio louditt de-!- d M.A. lAWiHT.Mgr. C13 and ho 13 gonta'ally ;noun sis returns even for a banker. But the expocta an Immediate eonsldi niLJv in- maud for special prlvlloKes for worn llm thlid t,iuxjii the vluo should Two posts ahnuld bo 13: -- Cuojo King." At present lu, Itnebtmciit and the rlik? Tho risk Is ductlon lu the retail 111 ; i cloth 111 ramus from the inoat active and!1"' trolllswl. aro grazing around tho Flrk'i (wmpnrativcly small. (!ci, are Ul and other aufuetuivi tif wool is ardent alUitors for what they term'l'Lued firmly In the ground about four KY. Tho story Is told In the niarkably hardy and free from disease likely to be disappointed. It s claim- sex duality. The strange l) lneon. ' from the vino each way. Con SC. iaats Hopubllc: that inf!st otlmr poultry, ami their ed that the manufaelui er, the jobber sistent feminists declare that when iinot the pott by two heavy wires, ono F(ifU,ru toprem'ntathv. 4m ltU. grnit flock lUcro arc alow hablu are wlro two twit high, (the other four ucli (hat thtiy require nud tho rotaller will divide among women got the vote, and as they They got into arguments little attention. for Mali Grade !dc other masculine, functions- - or feet UMi, and tie tho lower canes thomselves tho slight dlflimicu In ihtdr neighbors, and ll thrir Tho FIrU get sonio grt-ccost ol wool and that the mail who ir(ngatlvs- - there will be more Jaws to .the bottom wire and thu upper Bupsttri .uro not on the job o the top wire. Shortwi tho principal dlot stulf. but tlu-lbuys .1 suit of clothes will Dud tliat for the profettlnn of women. They (.inn Pianos, Player Pianos starts 'trouble. And slsta o MiuMI rorn mid ir.tih water. he has to puy as much iib undir the forget, while dcnmiucliig chivalry, nines back so that thro wjll b ouo. The fa5ai)b' aO!o member of tin pan- - Uurlng thu liu.t two weeks before I'roteetUe Tarllf. uud detiarim.' that women demand nbout tlirco buds t,n eJ-ceft- tun -- t huit. iuarli!t daj thj are shut up in sheda and Organs However, the ikkA' of th piuldiu "rights and not eonsldtr.itlcn, thatl0l"'U shoots will hang down from IBtX. trouble uuikurs nmong thi- fruit. It Is a Is these IiiAIh and and fid nil the evnt tho can rat. is in the eating tlinutl, in I'r.hldciit till Hpechi! protection of woumi tlu-- i ettioB- - aiti haudliid Just as it pressed lu'luw, So llrmiy Poid phm to jtlitch tho shoots Jack The. Republic ways: Wllioii wild In hs spcocb ol accept ehlvtilry LATEST SHEFrr MUSIC. ami allow them to bear only one or :oac i.i!U. A. ralabooan Jio b.tii com fodder Is added ance at Sva Girt l;et Mimmtr, and .n some special rights of women mtwth-i- l .nji ihr-- lawn, and otry Ml- - to thi r.itloji, ami It takes a by convention that tujcr-flel- two bunches for the llrst year or two. tloek of it will not be until) montliK beloiu Write Us (or Catalogues and t wit zander Is Joclcd up Jual us geito o a brludle aw nitlm; the American hoii1u will bt blo to femlulbts regard them us being In fact no vine should )o allowed to - fider. lu tuuso Liter ears. form their conclusions us to the ulue subject to no abridgement In uiiy bear until It is u leabt three jitrs Prices. Easy Payments. . iap ids aharacler boconiesi knuvsu. eo.old. Ww ciixnooso Js divided luto cells m tlut tlio ello Juts cow lutogu-J- r of tho and susceptible of Titilfr. The follow Ine ;er cut the four iltj to invcut nrl&ouvu tvt tucl;- - eixil use, Uu on jho Flrk farm Cmdeu (N. J.) no when there shall bet How to Detect the Alum Baking Powder Final Clearance of Winter Weights week Vs needed to sell every winter garment the house. For clearer buying have grouped our suits one lot, making that OH finite at $tZ.OO pro-vai- ls Coats still offer ments, which are most the coats are up-to-date excclle nt 69 Coats at price but one price, making. $.00 Koosc-rattcnln- and not 4 styles, but materials. ens Lingerie arc out for 98c. making the biggest waist sale ever including silks lingeries. Several dozen 00 Waists at The remarkable response to HEN that ads another it also proves 98c that the must GET THE LEVY HABIT IT PAYS. S$SS99S9999roS&SSSSS99roSS9SSSSS fut - Children Cry CASTORIA al-jj- Kres-aYirUc V jt b ,,;: n.-- !... tiva ::r. :"."'...' tii'-uiiis- i, : ,j :,. r o. -" I ,"" .!., ,., 1. .! ... ... Al iks ' two-thli'- Js Z$ iJose w? ( f-- com-azln- .. 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