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The Hartford republican: March 6, 1914 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 hao1914030601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 6, 1914 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft Fjne Job Work. S tye IN CHICAGO jHorctfjorcd DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS J iUimbJsant. Subscription $1 per Year No. 31 DRILLING FOR OIL AT MACEO now faro .72. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY tfOL. XXVI. HOW IT WORKED HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914. men. As tho police charged tlio crowd scattered, leaving Mrs. Slatlery abat ed on tho proatralo form of her husband. Mayor Harrison was too 111 to cast his ballot, but Mrs. Harrison vottfJ, nbly seconded by Diana Do Vrlcs and Mary ConrWi, tho Harrison cook ami BIG DECREASE L&NRJ. CUTS RATES Anchorage to Sholbyvlllc, pros. .57; now faro .48. 1'nrls to Richmond, present, now fare, .DC. 1.1C; i Loulsvlllo to Xashvtlle, Tenn., pres. fare, C.C0; now fare, 4.C7. DATE EFFECTIVE OF CHANGES. KepOft HaS Bedl Have Fallen Over Ten Mil- Voluntary Reduction of Tho proposed ruluctlons mill Women Candidates Hustle tiutld. of tho household are made effective as soon as tho tariffs "The women Made By Geologist. Fare One Half Cent. lions in February. For Votes in Primary. can bo. compiled nnd Issued giving Folng to stand together," said Mrs. to ote tho notice required by law. It Is now "Wo arc coins Harrison. ' ' estimated 'for tho best man." ... tho now Intrastate' New Rate to Save Thousands of tariffs will that made effective nboutt, wpw TCSt 1D DaV,eSS CUnty thq booth up nteo treasury Uliicials Hopeful Some- ho Only Thirty Per Cent of Those "See, we've fixed -- WJH U- for tno lacitce., an eieuon cicriv at T Oil By Illinois Dollars to Travelers and Cause April Is' or shortly thereafter (co-- r 1111115 .1111 UUpjJLIi IU Registered Cared to talnly not lator than May 1, 1914), one polling place said. "Take a look and that tho lntorstatq itarlffs .will People. for yourself. Set, a looklug glass!" Other Roads to Reduce. Stop the Hole. Vote. bo published Immediately thereafter Parting tho curtains of thq booth ; reserved to bo effective not later than July 1, -for fcinlnlno voters, ho V Active work has boqn begun in fh WnshlnRton, March 3. Customs re- The Louisville & Nashville Rail- 1914. Tho great majority of inter newspaper uuscrlbcd tjio proudly displayed n small mirror.tjollNo Chicago Macco nclBhborhood lirjlllng for edf. - ColtliH for tlin PIlHm Knltnrl Rtnlnq road Company announces OfflclaU of some West SI do inten- state fares are joint with otlior rail its - acea had trouI)Ic 8cpcralnB the for February fell off slightly more tion to reduce, in the Immediate roads and such cannot be compiled; following thc erection of the moa- ouwai. wu ik,..s h), whim, women voted for tho first time. To husbands from tholr wives when they than $10,000,000 as compared with tho future, (not later than May 1, 1914) tho Interstate tariffs require the co- - 8ter derrick, the exerts who arc to got a ptory that truthfully describes nppcacrd to vote. Several wanteld to samo month of 1913. This Is by far the passneger fares on Its lines In operation of all connections, and as ' conuut the drilling work, arrived la tho occurrences at tho polls, and itho go Into the samo both and mark tho most marked discrepancy J 11 Huch tho Stato of Kentucky to a maxi- the fares in these are far moro nu - , "wonauoro, and on Monday the p- merous, Involving many thousands of paratus was put Into operation. liifluonco of tho women ote, tho tholr ballots together. Other husbands receipts from tho months of 1013 that mum of 2 cents per mile. William iWonderley, of Lawrence-vlll- e. figures which have to bo calculated, ivcnlnR I'oat takes tho following Bpo- - Insisted on pulling aside t)io curtains has been noticed since tho new tar- ACTION VOLUNTARY. 111.; J. p. Rankin, of Bridge-Po- rt, clal from 1110 New York World: to see how their wives were voting. Iff became law, This action on tho part of Ken- thcro is naturally somo Idelay. Tho III., and C. B. Carrouthera, cf Chicago Feb. 24. A crushing ikv Although no official explanation tucky's princlj-r- ' is vol- legal notice required In connection "Anton, como in hero and tell mo rail carrier Lawrencovllle, 111.; ore reglsteruji tX feat was administered the Hearst what to do; I forgot which name was forthcoming, it was iwlntdd out untary, ' and is taken In o.tlor to with Interstate fares Is 30 days. tho Planters, having arrived 1X)UISV1LLE & NASHVILLE Harrison forces in today's Alderman- - you to'U me," called out ono woman. I that millions of dollars' worth of su- - equalize tlio rates In ljts home State and they aro in charge of Vfi RAILROAD COMPANY. lc primaries. Tho Municipal Voters' Mrs. Marlon Drake, the First ward gar Is In bond In New York, Now witii the rates offeottve or to bo work. By W. A. Russoll, Lcaguo won a swooping victory, los- - Prorosslvo candidate, put in a busy Or loans and other iorts, held for made effective on or before tho date Manager Blake, president of Passenger Traffic Mgr. lng but two men In tho entire city. iday, personally visiting every olllng weclis to tako advantage of tho 23 montloncd in tho States of Tenn'es-sc- o Virginia company, which, te Only 30 jer cent of tho registered placo and "sizing things up." As Bhc per cent roductlcn In duties In forco and Alabama. Death of Mr. Virgil DeMoss. promoting tho work dn this county, womon vote of tho city was polled. Is tho only Progressive carjdirfatq In today. This 'Company adheres to ljts beoptimism yesterday that Mrs. S. T. Barnctt was called to expressed Tho total In Jhc thlrty-flv- o wards the ward she had no fear of losing l Customs officials hqre, too, called lief that a 3 cent faro la not wholly was 47,557 as against a reKlstratdon the. nomination, but wanted (to boo attention to tho fact that, Uesplte remunerative and Js not unfair to Hanson last week iy tlio death pf oil would bo struck at a depth of I were "doing things this falling off, the admlnsltratlon tho public. Neverthqlcss, in deference her nophow, Mr. Virgil JJeMoss. not 'more than 7S0 feot. Since b s of 1118,524. that counts upon about $.r0,000,000 a year to public opinion, particularly in oth- Mr. DoMoss hold been in failnsr health mon have been at work erecting file lloth women candidates fpr noml- - riwit." opposition were defeat- nation who had from tho lncomo tax. They arc hoic- - er States, tho management has de- for a number of years iwlth ithat derrick, manager Blakq employed od by n landslide vote. They were Unemnlnvflri Start for Washington ful .that the lncomo tax and tho In cided to apply thc lower rate In the dreaded disease tuberculosis. He at another Geologist, who reported to him. SpumU by the tended Hartford Golktso during the Mrs. Marlq Gerhardt In tho Twenty-- 1 " San praucji90Of March 3. Tho "arnj crcaso expected from tho new cor hoixj that increased volumo of itraf-fl- c third ward, and Miss Sara Hopkins of unompi0ylmi".i)roUo camp today on "oration tax will nioro than offset wllj save material losses, and presidency of Prof. 'l. N. Gray anld guine reports heard from ' Sdbre and other localities, where the oil ... mo oecoiiu. .miss .Muriun uraKl! pursuant, to promises heretofore giv- had many friends here. nd aial.Uix on thc tho reduction In customs. ft vacain ,Qt honj Rev. J. B. Ferryman, of Hopklns-vlll- o drilling has boon under way Cor In tho First, and Mrs. Julia Agnew All receipts for thc current month en the pcoplo of Kentucky It pro- march ,for Washington. D. C. Twen- and Rev. Harper, his pastor, sqveral months, Managor Blake were nominated ty.foup lu thq Thirty-firs- t, of nn(,,jr mon caah of February amounted to $43,G33,857, noses to place Kentucky on the same confident that oil will .bq struck in, as Progressive candidates, having no UW) a th compared Jo $54,803,419 In February, basis os other States. Should the re- conducted the funeral servtcos. ' ticer bf military or- quantities that will pay his company opiK.sition. The disbursements for tho duction ' prove dlsaaterous, the Com Jiln Iiraihj will opiKe - n,.nna nMMrt ,h., . vmMter 1913. well for the work in this county. ; 7 S month excelled th receipts by about pany will appeal to tho Railroad "Bathhouse John" Coughlln. They wore led by buglars and drum CIVIL SERVICE of erecting a rigging In the Following thc annotuicomcnt of the mere. "General" C. T. Kelly com ?9,000,OoO, comiiarcd to an excess of Commission for such roJjustments Phjlpot nelehiborhood will bo started receipts for lat Fobruary, of more as will b fair under all conditions. rebult In her ward, Mrs. Gcrhardt to- STARTS SCANDAL as soon, as tho workmen get every' night declared her convenilou to the EXTENT OF TRAFFIC AFFECTED. than $1,200,000. thing running smoothly at Maceo. Aniilltniffrago miitfc, saying that wo- The reduction to ho made (will apFor ithc fiscal year to date tho exE. B. Reynolds, franchise manager BISHOP BOWMAN men suffrage was a bad thing for cess of disbursement was about $27,- - ply to all of tho lines operated by nOn ftOO nffctllrvirofl in in nvniKQ nf tho Louisville & Nashville Railroad Postmaster Examinations Taken of the Hawosvllle Oil, Gas and Detho country. velopment company, was In Owens-bo- ro Various explanations were offered fllFS AT fli II AfiF wU'ts for tlio corresponding length Company for Its own account in the Under Assumed yesterday. He stated Lht'he tonight as to tbu comparatively Hiinill or I Kentucky, "with ithe excepui in. 111 ui 11. u jasi, iibuii year, oi Stato had the assurance, of the councllmenT vote cast by the women, 'tho princi$0,402,178.Tho not balance in the tion of 11 few branches and new lines Names. that tlio fronchiso for iho operation passenger business Is pal ono being that tlioy do not proMethodist Bishop, College Presi- Trcasury'8 general fund February -- S on which the in the Owensbbro stredts pf natural pose to align thomisolve with any was $92,JiGG,547, and the grand total not now remunerative or Is con" J,m"13 win do grantca.at-uie- or tho political iiartiin at this time, w-.i- ,i of cash assets $2,020, 153.0S7. ducted at a loss. n Mot. ....i . dent and "Grand Old wishing to reserve their fire till Tho reduction wjll bo made effec- vico scandal of large proportions that aest session of the council. Mr. Rey- nolds will Youthful Bandits Get Rich Haul.; tive on lines which now aro iproduc-lu- g the election and vote Independently. Man." probably will engage ultimately UieLltv.lm,,,1,lM,Ivl several days In tho . ' Louisville, Ky Thq woman candidates were all hard P tlini March 3. Two over nluo-tcutof the Com-Iny- 's uttAnlfnii f ctwirrt .lnihio youthful robbers entered the jcwpl-r- y at work gutting out tho vote. "Every total passenger earnings in Administration, Is now bains inves- Dundee Couple Marries in Madi-sonvih- e. store of W. 1. Brandenburg here the State of Kentucky, thus will Inch a politician and a straight one Orange, .. J., March 3. Bishop tigated by tho Civil Servlcq ulno-tontof tho 'Company's at that," was tho coin ni out heard In Thomas Bowman, formerly "president tonight, drovo Mm and his assistant, Dundee, Ky., March 4. .Mr. Jas. Mi ward as Sirs. Mario of Dol'auw University, died here to- - Ernest Sinnock, Into a rear room, at passenger business. tlic Twenty-thir- d The scene of tho rovolatlons that the points fo rovlovors, bound and APPLIES TO BOTH INTERSTATE have como to the Commission are inj Harrison and Miss (Martha Thomas Gerhardt, Democratic nominee for day at the home of his daughter. He ,crt hcnj to(Jay for Madlsonvl, jgagKod them and took the cash and AND INTRASTATE TRAFFIC. Alderman, made her rounds, 'dlstrlb- - was 97 "years old. u, wherc n uuuua am uie i.cu. hg nmnloi &ad patriarch Jewelry from an open safe to the Bishop Bowman was tho utlng cigars and smiles to thc men The reduction proposed In Ken- be Implicated are residents of tj.o So:- - . Mr,,IsonvilIn tjMnnraw nn th-l- r of Methodism In America. No other amount of $3,900. and "Jollying" the women. The store was tucky will not only apply on Intra- ond Congressional D strict The so tor Mlsa Sara M. Hopkins, earnest as- - bishop lrt tho service of that church brightly lighted, and scores of state travel between points within charges in brief aro that thcro lias honeymooa lng tQ BlrmlnBh ,Al thcnco for Council honors, made a ever reach 1 such an advanced age. destralns were passing. A customer tho State, but ,wlll also apply on in- been a systematic aid care , Lju whcro 0f, snappy canvass of the Second ward. He had been affectionately known, for who called was told by ono of tho terstate traffic over the sanio lines ned vloltaicn of tho civil service prtclncts In a generation as "the grand old man men tho storp was closad for U10 to ai.il from points within tho State la v by which certain persons havo Shu toured tho firt)-od- d daya Th wjn Ioaye Kwf oricans j night. a big limousine, on tlio Kick or which of tho faith." and through the State; also, as sim- taken examinations under tho na.mos -a Slxty-on- o f!api)d a banner of considerablerurs of Dr. Bowman's ilar reductions have been or arc to 01 uiuqr persons. 1 uoau iiusauig 7 Tn""" COUflty and Quarterly UOUrt. size. It bore tho Inscription in the. llfo were spent In active church ser- he made- on thq principal lines of examination, it is alleged, havo been . golng to Pcnslcola and Jaelcsonvillir. Thq brldo Is a charming young familiar red iQtWcrs of eleotlou day: vice. It Is the longest record known' Jason Taylor, colored, charged with travel In the States of Tcnnesbce and well qualified to answer tho queslady, the daughter of Mr. and Sirs. "Voto for me. Democratic candidate for continuous church work. He never breach of ioace, verdict of Jury, one Alabama, tho effect on Interstate tions and after havlus secured satls- W Thonma or .thla ulAo.. mil will years cent and cost. Tor Aldcrniah." took a vacation. Thirty-seve- n travel on the llncss of tho Louisville factory ratings they give way and J. , . , ... , , .. uy " " ...,. " ., " " umn? incnus. iine Sullcnger, Barrel charsed with R. X1Mlivni0 Kallrnnd Comnanv ,wIU'. ui.vjw 'U.U iJUlouim .t.,v, On each side or tho candidate Bat were passed Ju preaching and In edu-- 1 w hwoh luimva uiul groom Is from Adams, Tenn., having her "caiiiiulgu managers," Mrs. .Mar- - eating students in Hiq creed of Moth- - bastardy, verdict of jury, guilty und bo to Bubstantlally establish a max- havo assumed to tako the Jobs. como to this place about two years adJudBed that hq pay to Gertie Stev-dogarcj. Oulctto and Miss Grace Bar- - ulJlsm and twenty-fou- r as a Bishop. coats per mile imum fare of 2 Details of the said charges tire bo npn nil,! la nlillllnv.1 nu tiiront foi Now and thou onq of them of lng carefully guandod hero pending career In the Mqthodlst mln- - ens, motlicr of tho child, one Ills from the Ohio River to tlio Gulf L&N Issuo a hot statumqnt, cliarg- - Istry was bigun at thq Baltimore con- - Ured dollars per vear for a. period Mexico. action. The exomlnaUons were held fl He Int.' trickery, disloyalty nad a few ath- - ferenco lu li'39. In 1848 Jio founded of ten years. There were somo peREDUCTION IN REVENUE. at New Albany, lad., and, It s hi- er things tliat "thq other side" call- - and became president of thq Blck- - cullar things coimectd wlHt t)io case Sonm Idea of tho reductions to bo logcd tho fraU(ia Woro perpetrated ainco Mr. and Mrs. Hurrhson after IcaV-Ilnsou Seminary at Wllllamsport, Pa. and tho defendant stoutly maintain- - niaiJo by tho Coraiany In Us ims- - thoro ed "eleventh hour stuff." irtcalf ttitr Tnnlcmtxrltlfi nt'lll many persons sengcr fares may bo had when it is d Mrs. Hopkins, n tall, Later Jio becamo president of tb.q Be- - ed hs Innocence, . . H. A. uesso. Hpedai uuuner u A(, u T believe with him. Young Sullcnger understood that tlio reduction ill tho Civil Service Commission re- - ,.,, Jaw, Pauw Uulwrally. woman with a firm mouth and , . ,'.....' coucluikd her trip with tho custom-- 1 It was during this period that ho has always bornq a good reputation nry prophecy of victory. 'served for a year as Chaplain of tlio and could havo given bond, but ho f? "'"' f,'le,"l8 wlsh ih(iX" u loll a,ld' . and voluntarily went to prison fcr ton passenser revenues or ubo.it $jvu,uuv. Then! was a clash lu the Twcutloth United States Senate 118C1-0All ll0 WOUj gay Was: 'i,,,,,,,. ,.,i.,,i nr.. ..... ... . ,1s became " days, rather than submit (to a Iti Ivntllflfi n.atin llin mim.fil riinlie-- 1 i ..T ward, where "Morrlo" Abrahams ....., ....-..- . uctialuted with Abraham i... .. ... ...,...-...- .., ..j Uuvo uecu vuriuua inaiv. m o for thq Bent of his brother, Lincoln. He early becauiq suspicious IsUmout for what ho believed an revenues will lunomit to auout ' Initn,m on vari0UH maUors and I Gov. Colquitt Wants tlon Mexican FedMrs. of attempts to asslssinato Lincoln, justice. The ciisq is nn uufortunuU $130,000 on Intorstatu tnifllc, and .. late "Manny" Abrahams. ,aj0 cerittju renorts to th' for Horse Stealing. . erals ".Manny" Abrahams Is also n can- -' aud was one or jiho first to ,warn ono for IkjIIi lwrtles, wjio have about JJ50.000 on lutorsUto tnimc, clviI Conunlsslon, which I Pallas Toxus, March 4.- - Gov. O. B. .ways stood in' high ostctiin. Gottlieb Sluttery und Ids. wife, him. or to a total amount 01 uuoui $.&u,- - pajmQ mucuss." laullt. of Tcxw, who ,. as hero to-!- ... w ho havo been wpcratcd, mo over 000. It was as Bishop that Dr. Bowman Prcsdlent John A. Mcllhcnny, of Counsellor MOOre Resigns. . anuounccd ho 1ms wired tho world-wid- e c.,..r,.. r. celobrlty. Ho tnavSOME CHANGES IN FARES. ,1..!,,,, ju .. tho ballot box. Slavery Is an urdont gained ' 11HJ r,i.iI "Vi V VI XJAi.!!..!, iu 111 ua'. Federal authorities Jn Nuovo Ijuou airfd elod 120,000 miles visiting Mothjodiat Washlngtqn, March 1. John lias-th- o of Morris Abraham existing rares , biipporter Uu, ,)tl,cr Iho following list of U ula llomo UIl() clan. Mrs. churclics thruuiit iho world. He dcdl- - sott Mooro, councillor of the state and tho proposed now lares, Is II- - moJUi,cre of tho commission hud State, Mexico, for tlio rcuuhjltion- of Slatlery Is a clube frlqnd of the" catcd 1,100 churches and attended dv- - dqpartmcnl.w ho ninks na acting boc- - lustratlw of tho roducUons which not rca(j the rqiiorts and would not Apoloulo Rodrlquez nnd tho flvo Mex-Icacharged jointly with hun iwltii ery IuiiK)rtant conferenco hqld during rotary, has resigned und tJic presl-hj- s will bo modo: wldow "Manny." 'coumiiint on tho mutter 'In his ah- thq kidnaping of Clwnouto Vergara, years In Mexico, Jtldla, dqut Jias accepttU his resignation. For Slattery lx)uisvIllo to Bowling. Green, l'rcs- - (K,nC0t "Hooray for Morrlo!" said actlvo China and Jupau. tho present JIooix) will continue work ot faio $3.41; Now faro $2.81. jauutly to his wife. Representative Cox said ho knew an American cltizim. The rcnulsltlon Is based on a charge of home theft. "He'e as ixxl us you aro, und Lebanon to Loiiisvillo, Present 2.02; noti,m ui,out tjiq affulr. Ills closing years wero spent at Jiero for Carnceiq lustltuto, and Gov. Colquitt, tdlscussluK his acwith his daughter, Mrs. 11. or will rosiimo Ills connection with Now faro l.GS. you're no good," was .Mrs. Slattery's Is lu In- Boi.rescntatlvu Cullon ....... Wt. n tion said: university. No aniiQiiiico-o- f D. Caldwell, wlfft of tho president Columbia LQruin to wiiiitunsnuru, presciii .iw, dimui. reply. "J have Jubt Ivgun my flglvt 1 Hxpress Cominuy. mont was mailo concerning his tho WolU-FarX- o Now .faro .44 "Is that so?" BJiId Slattery, reachuphold the rights of the citizens iA Is able buocessor. Hwx'nt rumors of go On. Penalty to Soon Mrs. Caldwell, tho Bhhop Mlddlesboro to CovlUgtou, iircsent ing across tlio ballot box und plantlack of liarmony between MiMiro'3 6.74; 110 w 6.74. ing his fist In his wilv's face. Mr. survived by thu fullnwlng cjiijditiii: Tim taxes recoutjy levlwl by Iho Texas. To say I am going thq limit Mrs. George 1. Smith, Baltlmoro; views aud those of higher officials, loulsvillq io Guthrlo pros. 4.92; now city Council of Jlartford nro now to protect thu Americans In Texas Slattery fell wlh a scrqam, and the I duo Theodore U. Uowmau, Los Angles; are unsupported by anything oflicial. faro 4.10. aud 1 am ready to collect and from (my luirm from foreign invaplace, was hi tin uproar. Officials explained (hat Moore Is Ownsboro to Hussellvllje prebent receipt for samo. The penalty of 0 sions but mildly expnes it." The woman got lo her feet mid Charles and Thomas M. liowimi, tit. Ijior.ccnt will noon (jo on. &o please Since thu disappearance of yciura, They wwro Loauls; F. B. Bowman, Doiiver, uiut Quitting his ioslUpn lu urcordauce 2.13; new 1.S0. modo a rush for ! which tool; place soveml weeks m;. with un understanding with the prest- Henderson to Hopkiusvllle. present do u'ot neglect this Mutter hut pushwl Into the street, still light-ln- V. B. Bowman, Tennessee. ! lj ready to pay now, In order to avoid It is pointed out, official consuau-an- d Tlie Bishop's IxHly will ho taken dent when ho bocumu counsellor In&t 2.22; now 1.85. btarUd Then a flsht Statu ropprts huvo doejarod th at to GreeurasUe, I ml., thq scat of Do- - May, aiV they declared the Mqxlcuu Louisville to Wortlisvllki, jifeeent tho penalty Offlco In First National In the crowd. The uuo polk-ouiaMexlcuu Fclofals e.fcutod tliq luiSs-"- -' 'uank. with 162; now furo 1.45. J. P. STEVENS, polling jilaeq wiw powurlew In l'nnw University, "where, tiio funeral iiucstlon hud no connection tho ' Fnuikfprt t,o Lexington, present .80; 33tf. Mooro's roilrcniont. - Marshal City of Hartford. . lng cattloimiu. 1 the fljiling mob of 350 mon ufjl ao- - ttjll bu Jiojd un Friday,. . .; beiraVOra'e Ff w ,- 1- -2 itaat-wee- k, the-We- the-other- I TAo-wor- ' - qa taf-fe- ct Oom-mlsso- u. u.s. nt - .... u. 1- -2 hun-wou- ld J gray-haire- al tfbVi ,'.,. pun-ruiml- 1 lu-th- i. ...v s. -- I I I th jj I . . irob-Bcsld- os Slst-tory- . g. freo-foi-u- r Bowling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY. The students who went to positions in July and August will earn $60,000 in their first year after Icavinfl.school, and this is almost $50,000 more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six. A course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Stenotypy, Telegraphy, Railroad Acthey multiplied their earning-powe- r counting, English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. ' " Jion-rcslde- Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, MMMlll,,MsssMiMMitBMBMBnMMWBMMWsWWi me convulsions recur during several hours, hut complete relaxation usually ushers lu the Mt in. end. Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. EEwei CTK2SBI utood small pm oak trees, which furnished a feuding Tho resrdents of Granite ( It nro and roostliiB place for wild plgeoi a trying to solvo the problem of what At.'r thu l.'iiul urcjiid tho lake liavUV to do with hundreds of IHS.U cleared and put in cultivation men who came tlvero looking forwork C. W. Jones became tho ownor nnd Monday morning aftir reading an decided to drain the potlK, which ho urticle In a.monilng uew.siapor statdid hv removlliuthe dam innitn l,v ing, what was not a fact, that 7.000 otters. V men would bo given oinploviueiit, and the At tho tlmo of Its dralutnir th'rt-- f who did not have nioiiej enough to lako was full of turtles of mamniouth get out of town. Tuciii.iy tho housewives In tho size. Por several jears after drain ing the hind was ultivated and jUfi-enorth end of town compUiltied that flue crops of crn, wheat amho thoy were being annojed b a Urge baoco. Some twenty jears ago Mr number of back door callers asking Jones decided to make a stock wa for flouicthliiK to cat. pond near the original outlet, A woman who lives In the section Chicago, Peoria & St. and in doing so used mulo scRipcrs house of the In moving the earth. Louis Hallway at Twenty-secon- d this work, after In performing telephoned tho pollcu Monday street thai tho waiting room was filled Rotting down two or three feet Ueep, with negroes, and demanded police his scraper struck a large Hurtle, uud boforo tho work was finished sevprotection. eral large live turtles were found um Officer Williams was soiit to and drove the negroes out bedded in the hard ground. Visiting of town. They told him they had tho pond after It filled vvltji watcir o conic "'o Granlto City .from other when the first rain came, clghtj-tviturtlit) wre found on the poifd's towns because they thought bcvwal thousand men wore to be emplojed bank sunning themselves for tho first tlmo in many years, having lain there. One hundred and fifty women stood embedded in the ground all that In the crowjd at the j;at3 of the time. Fulton N'evvs. Corn Products fc HuflniuK Co. .MonHow'aThls? day morning, and 75 or more waited Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars with tho crowd at the stamping mill, for any case of Catarrh that extecting to obtain cuiplojment. Tho police bay that a large nunibur cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh . of men went there Suudaj evening Cure. J F J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. to bo on hand for the opening uud that many of them had no money to We, the undersigned, have known IKiy for lodging. Forty-tw- o men slept F. J. Chcnej for the last 15 jears. ami bellovo him jerfoctly honorab'e In the city jail Sundaj night aijl In all business transactions slept thcro Monday night. and fi Two men left Jobs In Hlllsboro, uauclally ablo to carry out any uti III., where they were being paid $t..".0 lisations made bj his firm. a day, expecting to get better w.ij,i NATIONAL HANK OF COMMEIK'E. In the "boom district." lsra"! Worth-liijjtoToledo. O. a negro ljvin1? at Dupo, 111., Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in(toll tig dlrcctlj' upon tho said that he read the storj and walk- ternal' ed 15 miles to Granite City for (work. bjood and mucous surfaces of thu He asked permission to sleep in the sy&teni. Tostimouials aent free. jail, saying that his fot were ho sore Trice 75 cents per bottle. Sold bj all he could not walk the streets all Drugglbts. night. St. Louis Take Hall's Family Pills for conJan. uary L'l. stipation. d ti-- r Jtc-vva- rd ':: n. Post-Dlsiatc- HlHBMBMMaMMMMHMHnaii WHIST1ER STORIES Audacity and Sarcasm of the centric Genius. THE FAMOUS PEACOCK Ec- SCORPION STINGS. They Kill livjrslng home In I'm is. He hud been working a little on a study In pink carnations. It was oipils(c from the Unemployed Men Begging Food. Pond, 'irotmd which Thousands of Persons Yearly In Mexico. QUICK WORK OF THE POISON. The Venom of the Deadly Species, Unless Prompt Treatment Follows the Bite, Will End the Life of the Victim In Twelve or Fourteen Hours. Four thousand persons are reported to die e:ieli ye:ir In Mexico from the stings of scorpions. There nre several varieties of scorpions In Mexico, some of theni exceedingly venomous and others little feared t In the neighborhood of Teplc the 'Ccnturis gracilis abounds, hut it 1b little known about the more northern stnte ot Sonora. It is one of the Difficulties may surround our palb most venomous creatures In the world. hut if the difficulties be not in oui In the small city of Dtirango scorreives they may generally be ovci pions are perhaps more plentiful and more dangerous than anywhere else In the republic. Here the climate is huQuit Calomel; it is dangerous. Trj mid and torrid It Is in the "tlcrra Grigsby's that ege callente" and it is estimated that more tabje liver sjrup guaranteed to pro than 150,000 scorpions are killed each year, with no appreciable effect on duce even better results than calomel. It Is absolutely harmless and their numbers. A scorpion resembles a diminutive pleasant to take. Any child can take lobster. Some specimens are eight it with safety. Ask J. H. Williams, lD2y Inches long, though the average length Hartford, Ky. Is from two to four Inches. The claws closely resemble a lobster's; with them Kickapoo Worm Killer Expols the scorpioti crushes Its prey after disWorms. abling It by means of a stlug. TJie cause of jour chlhl's Ills The "The-bod- y of a scorpion consists of brcatIi-JT- he offensive. everiil segmented Joints, the last Ave foul, fetid, or more narrowing down to form the starting up with terror and grinding tall, which curls up forward over the of teeth while asleep The sallow body and terminates In the .sting. This complexion The dark circles under businesslike appendage Is a homy, the jes Are all Indications of sharp splue containing two little openworms. Kickapoo Worm Killer is ings which connect with the venom gland within the shell of the last seg- what your child needs; it expels the ment. In striking the scorpion gives worms, the cause of the child's unthe tall a rapid lashing motion forward healthy condition. For the removal In advance of the body and literally of seat, stomach and pin worms, administers a hypodermic Injection of Kickapoo Worm Killer Rives sure repoison, or rather several Injections, for lief. Its laxative effect adds tone to it usually stings repeatedly when it the general system. Supplied as a does strike. In color bcorplons vary according to candy confection children like It. environment. One ordinarily colorless Safe and sure relief. Guaranteed. Buy or translucent will assume a blown or a boc j. i'rico 20c. All Druggists blackish shade In dark Miiroundlugs or by mall. Scorpions live In the cracks of the sun Kickapoo Indian Med. Co. Philadelbaked clay, under stones. In the thinks m phia or St. Louis. of the adobe huts and In the cracks In the plaster of old frame houses. They prey upon spiders and other night Western Dealer Imports 36,000 marauding isects. A spider stung by Eggs From China. a scorpion may be observed undergoing convulsions before death Just as Louis, Feb. 'Si. One hundred St. animals or human beings do. cases, containing JiG.OOO eggs, arrived Unless sleeping cots are well screenChina today. ed and the suppoits Immersed in can-- , In St. Louis from They were Imported by a Jocal comof keroseue or carbolic acid water evaporates too nipldly the prowling mission dealer, who said he could scorpion may llnd Its way beneath the sell the osss to retailors at "0 cents ted covers and sling the restless child a dozen and still make a profit. E"ks Hy nature it is ;i nocturnal pest. In for the last week have, been quoted Mexico every one takes a peep In the 20 cents. ' tixi of his shoe before dressing in the hero around A member of tlio firm said ho moi niug to attsuit! himself that no tin bought eggs through agents In China desliable cltl.cn Is hiding there. Central y to oi.iuinon belief scorpions at 10 cents a dozen, and that they never commit suicide by stinging them- - wore part of a shipment of 300,000 tn death at least not In Mexico. ' dozen to various Americ In fart, the.v seem Immune to their an dealers. He said ofgs are being own venom. Tun well matched Imported Into America from Russlu, will battle to death If ronllned lining each other icpe.ited-ly- . Italy, Germany and Fraucc. in a Jar. Ml jet the vletoi does not die. lie tears his iinl'igouNt Into small pieces Spring Blood and Systom with tils caws and voraciously deCloanor. vours every (wee of the vanquished During hto winter .months Iinpur- -' on tbo foe And the cannibal thrives I tics accumulate, your blood becomes Some scorpion bites cause little more liupuro and thick, jour kldnejs, and bowels full to work, causing than burning pain and numbness In "Spring Fever." You foil the part affected for a few d.ijs. Put varieties cause tirccl, wiak and lazj. Eject rJe Hitthe morr nonunion deatli. it ml that speedily, especially ters- tho Kpi'ng tonic and system when they sling young clilldieu or de clcanser-- U thoy u but you nood; bilitated old people. The lower classes ( people suffer more than thu well , fltlniula'o the kiduoys, Jivor and bowof to do beeiusu of their custom of goiug els to healhtv action, oJupel blocd Impurities and restpro jour health, about iK'ir n "ted most of the time. In sennits uses the local numbness btrcngtli . and ambition. Eluetilo Hitand pain or burning extend over the ters mal.es )oii fool like new. Start bodj in u few hours. Then follows a a four week's treatment It will put feeling ns of a lull In the throat, the you In fine shape for jour spring letlin clutching his throat as though . Soc choking on u foreign body. Prompt work, iiuariiulmvl. All Drugtrh-tbuna mage win iiMiauj uiJJ $1.00. ticiuneiit ui II i:. Hucklen fc t'ci. I'Jtfkuiulpht.i save life. m or St. IiOiiIf. If not treated the mouth soon begin lo froth and the eyes become reddened Within an mill hypersensitive to light Your lihcr I.acksGrigbbj'al.l'i-Ver-La- s. hour or t wo the breathing grows shortTry a bottle today. Satisfacer rnd who difficult the body turn tion guarantied. AbU J. II. Williams, blue, (he milse full , and unit uHIojw Hartford, Ky. lD2y vim-.-lenioiiie.--Jowett. to-da1 sped-nieiiti, 1I-cr Fortunately unconsciousness develops early, so that the victim does not suffer the tortures or one dying from Ifickjnw. The average time required for a scorpion sting to cause death Is twelve or fourteen hours. The treatment of scorpion sting consists or a free Incision or the part to promote copious bleeding, then vigorous massage toward the bleeding (.enter for half an hour or more. Stimulants meaning drugs and not that also necpseiido stimulant, alcolinl-a- re essary. In villaces where physicians nre M untitle in.' treatment Is applied by "practlcantes" Imiorant. seir constituted healers, and many n peon carries horrible scars rnmi the praetlcnnte's crude surgery. Their reckless use ot carbolic acid. Iodine anil similar pop sons also accounts fur many otherwise avoidable fatalities uniting victims ot scoiplotl stings. New York Sun. ROOM "Jimmie't" Offhand Hospitality, at Hit Patron'a Expense, While Decorating It, the Clash It Led to and the Way the Artist Squared Accounts. In Mrs. Alec Tvveedle's Thirteen Years of a Uusy Woman's Life" she tells this stury of Whistler, which she heard at first hand: The famous peacock room at Prince's Gate was a wonderful scheme of decoration, peacock's eyes on a gold ground being its principal motif. About the year 1SSO the late Mr. Lcylaud. a wealthy shipowner and patron of the arts, had taken this grand new mansion and asked Whistler to decorate a room. Jimmy, poor and out at elbows as usual, jumped at the Idea, but no terms were Used upon. The work began. It was a prodigious undertaking, and the extraordinary mid erratic little man gave It his whole time. "Being nt Prince's Gate all day and having the run of Leylaud's house. Whistler had u hospitable way of inviting his friends to come and see the room and then he would lisk them to stop to luncheon. This sort of thing which began occasionally, ended In being an almost dally occurrence, and Jimmy u.sed to hold a little levee every morning, when tlnee. four or bve pee pie remained to liinclion. This became too much fur Mi. Lc.vl.iud. uud his plan for putting an end to the campaign was a somewhat Ingenious one. "Jimmy one day entertained four friends. The .meal not being announced, he rang the bell for the butler 'When Is lunch V he asked. "I have no oi tiers for lunch.' replied the man. with it stytely air. 'Oh no. of course, replied Jimmy, not In the least dNconceited. "We'll go along to such and Mich a hotel. Stupid of me to forget It." "Hut It was enough, and. though he pretended not to mind and with that delightful impudence feir which he was famous turned it off. he never forgave the Incident and determined to p ly Leyhiud out. I'rom that d ly he took his own lunch in u little p. per parcel and sat and devoured it vv lieu so inclined. On the nest occasion Leyland came In to admire the peacock decora tions about the usual luncheon hour. "'You will have some lunch, won't you?' Whistler said. Leyland looked surprised. "Up jumped Jimmy, fetched his bag and proceeded to untie his parcels, saying: 'It's all right, old chap; have no anxiety. It Is my lunch, not yours, and you an- - heartily welcome to It.' "When the work was accomplished which had taken so long Leyland wished to pay thu bill aud asked the artist I have worked what was his figure. a whole year and more.' Whistler said. '1 consider my services aie worth a year, tlierefeie the tigure Is from which you can deduct the few hundreds jou have given mo on account.' "I.cjlind was horrified. Treposter-oils.- " lie sii Id. 'peifeclly preposterous!" "Jimmy looked nt him ami drew him-seup to his full height, which was not great. '1 beg. Mr Ley laud, that jou will accept w a gill J Ins cuitire vvoil; of inj ilft for the last jcar and a quarter. mil compromise nothing.' Unce sigiln Whistler scored and Leyland iltl Whistler'.-- , thanks to his patiou jtltrivvnrtl took tie tonn of palutliu a HI'' hIzo piiitiait of him us u devil with bonis and hoofs," Sir i:. .1. I'o.vntcr. I It A. kii.vh the New Yoik sun. told in in. Interview how when he was ftmljiiig in Paris feu three or lour .ve.ir Ihuie was one group called "Tillby." little ll 1 Ut-suj- extraordinary mmisc? of lolor It displayed. This was his great gift. He excelled every painter ever known In He puilty nnd delicacy of coloilug. rarely llnlshed any work, but he loved to pretend. Just for fun. that tils studies were perfect, works of genius. Then lie would chuckle when people took htm nt his word and declared that the very Incompleteness of the sketches constituted their great artistic merit" ' One of the most extraordinary newspapers on record Is n weekly published lu the little Get man town of Grunlti-gen- . As the place Is too sinitll to support more than one paper the Wochcii-blat- t Is the otlielal organ of the two local political parties, the Liberals mid Two Sided Paper. the Socialists. Unit the pages are written by members of each party, an arrangement that seems to satisfy both sides. The first hour of the morning N t Ii rudder of the day. Henry Warci Heecher. Did you know that Calomel is Mercury, and that Its mcrcurlous effects will ruin the svstem, while Grlseby's Is purely vegetable, and can be usod with perfect safety? Ask J. H. Williams, Hartford, Ky. lD2y Stubborn, Annoying Coughs Cured. "My husband had a cough for fifteen j'ears and mj son for olght j cars. Dr. King's New Discoverj completely cured them, for which I um mobt thankful," writes .Mrs. David .Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. What Dr. Kind's Xcw Discovery did tor these men, it will do lor jou. Mr. King's New Discovery should he In every Stops hacking coughs, rehome. lieves la grippe and all throat und lung ailments. Money back If It falls. All druggists. Price 50c aud 11.00. ' II. IC. Hucklen or St. Louis. & Co. Philadelphia m REFORMED Dean Swift Railed SPELLING. "Jl companions weie Whistler. Du Alauilor. Vul Pilnsep. I.aiuoiit. Tuora-u- s Of course Du and Armstioiig, Mnurlcr alined the thing u good deal, Dost Family Laxative. but bis pit line ! Muilio llfo wax lu Hovvaro of constipation. I'ho Dr. the main u truthful lepicsoulutlou of nur life at that time Tiilb.t huiM'If. I Klngb New Lllit Pills and keup well believe, was n pure produc V of the au MPS. CJuiiJos H. .Smith, of UVent t hue's bni in Franl'lln, Mei, culls tlioni "Our, "In ninny vvajh tjju incut imnarkiible family laxative." Nothing bWtur Tor, Inan nuioiig us was Whistler. If he uUults or aged. Get them j. 2Se. had only had energy there is no know All Druggists j or bj iimlJ. ing to what height ho might have II. K. Hucklen &. Co. I'lilUdelphla won led. but hu was liicorilglbly lazy. or St. I.quls, in 1 LQi'iv.ujlV.C vhdjiiij; Ulat etico at a to-ila- Against It In the Eighteenth Century. In the eighteenth, ccntur: we find Jonathan Swift, whose mastery ol prose l one of our delights, vvrltiug us the very Urst article which appear ed over liN acknowledged name "A Proposal For Collecting. Improving aud Ascci tabling the Lugllsh Tongue." Ho lamented that tile Hnglish tongue was becoming dehised, but he nttrlbu' ed the uiu--in pait to the liberties whlcll Dr.vdeu and the other poets of the restoration hid taken in shorten-tutheir yaliles by nuiltting those very "e's" which our spelling reform-er- a would eliminate "These gentlemen." wmte Swift, "although the.v on lit nut be insensible how much oui i.iuguige won iiIihI. o vol blocked with m iims.vlhibles. vet t save time mid pilns intimluceil that li.irli.itmis eis)iiii r nlibievhitliig words to lit them to the measure ot their verges, mi that hum ol the we see uownilii.vs nie full of those maiiglliigs ami nhhicvliitluus." "Ids turb'd." "leliul.'il.' in t nniong Hie words he rinds especially unpleasant. Svvlit was fuilher annoyed at a fonlMi opinion, advanied of late J curs, thai wo uiuht to eaitlv as we speak, which besides the ol vlous liHom cnli'iire of utterly diMinj ing our elyiuologj. would be a thing wo should never mo mi end of." AImi he noted with Impatience lu 1710. "It is MitiietluloN a dltlleult.iniitler to icad modern books and pamphlet vvheie the word are so cm tailed and vailed from their original pel ling that who ever has been used to plain l'ugllxh will hardly knovrlhem by sight " llow many of our ''new" controveisJes wcihI waged centuries ago! Harper's Weekly. ' c g po-ik- s . CASTOR! A Turtles Tenacious of Life. About olght miles north of IMdj-vill- o there was a small lake made bj otters many yeais bofote that faction was settled up. Tin I lev and suakes thrived in and about the little lake, which covered koiiio tiilitj acrcb. In an carlj day dwr used to como to the pond und "lick" wi't earth, and humeri, funni-nllv.slt ed tho place huntliijr thun. Tho lake becauio known as Sliclb.v's y Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Grlgsbj's that de- licious liver syrup, has displaced calomel in nearly every home. Good for grown-up- s and children alike. Ask lD2y J. II. Williams, Hartford, Ky. J V i..am:jm r.- - . i . pimply.CinanJ,whtnrepeatcJ(iiuickl)Ccct4 ".crcmj.l,rineUi. Icttfr. Ulcrriam! 1 Skin UltfJf PS llil In tlk niriiln hrniitirt. tit ' XIf m k.U i4 .un (jf fre tutu U ao4 llltb uJ IWwtj iuhnsion. Hni.1 nwAV m r?n.. Pa. 1730 ptinu Grdn St.. Phil., l . m Q)sts v7 v' I'd! Better CALUMET ;?? m less jDaKes BAKING POWDER .r-r-..r"- rsvz ful s.ivlng in .'.'.'.ffi: mm - VS3 ECONOMY-"- "! s "..e tliln ",r ' ,:?" i.ismts "a i.ii. ..,... v. ...r ...... ii. i tuiuuiei juur Kikinjr. w-l- l ju nro ItlMuabokiomefiM!,t.iMCiiKl-uiilfiiriiil,AlMilft- r. Jul woiiclcr- asi! os it ,i, Calumet is m ulo rigli(- -t0 ono of the millions (lwome., w ho use rigid- - I.. Ink,. rU,t ,,, HI. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS J Wp?t!E,U,f.'"x,.F,,po,UI.0' "'lev.. rncc, Much, 19l ass irilW.W. SMITH. PrCM. 11.1). PAYNI!, Sec nndTrcns. J. S. MUCH, Mo tinner. A GREAT FEASTj A FAMISHED WORLD Starved For Message When Your Blood is Your Whole System is Right. If You Have any Blood MMWIBl.tUWBBB'a Mankind of Divine Love and fey. Reign of Sin and Death Nearing Conclusion Kingdom of God Soon to Be Established Introduced by "a Time of Troublo" Overruled to Constitute Famished a Chsnnel of Blessing Hearts Crying For Love and SympathyThey Shall Be Satisfied A Feast of Fat Things to Be Spread. "Sorrow and Sighing Shall Flee." or Skin Disease Do Not Delay Until It Is too Late but Order TPO"DAV2 THE HOT SPRINGS REMEDY" t W.sbbbbbbbi ui',TlMBB.rvlPfcWrriIBWrwf SWwrh tiling 1 UL .. ? La """ " '"""'""'' B "' Pastor Itusholl's topic today was an Interesting one from the test. "In this Mountain shall the Lord of Hosts make unto all pco pie tt feast of fat things." I sa lull March 1. A Complete and Positive Remedy for lUE.A.Xji.AJER.X.A., 1!j:0. u bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbh HHWH") la....... .. " "y-Hj- m iTjssin 'NM1 ' II It'll! 111 "I T THE E. W. SMITH CO. Incorporated. Owensboro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. 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Striking Poems. 200 Pages of Humor. THI NEW UNDER ANY 8EWINO MACHkNl OF QUALITY.' Llpplncott's la enjoying a big reThousands of vival of popularity. Iiavq been addtd to its new reatlors the past Bubscrlptlon list during months, and Hs circulation is few Increasing rapidly. NOT SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME Quality-Considere- d HOW TO REDUCE THE COST 0F GOOD READING Send A To-da- WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. ' If you purchase the NKW 110MK you will have a life autct at the price you pay, uud will hiot liavo an cud less chain of repaint. y for Lippincott's "Little Book of Big Bargains" Now Edition UJMry0utJpJ it is the Just Published for the 1913-101- Cheapest & Season SENT FREE 1 UPON, REQUEST COMPANY rMHfH If VMr it. JSinll in the end lo tuv. -- - The Pastor began by explaining (MlQR. gl)5SELLj throughout thatScriptures a the mountain Is used as symbolic of, n kingdom: anil a hill, of a lesser government The Mountain, or Kingdom, uf Uud Is to be estalilMu-- "In the tup of the mountains." Ills test, lie declared, refers to this Kingdom, lor which we still properly pray. 'Thy Kingdom come; Thy will be (tone on earth, ns It Is In Heaven." The Church of Christ, in process of selection since Pentecost. Is sometimes styled the Kingdom, because Its members, when glorified, will constitute the Kingdom class. The Pastor then showed that at Ills Second Advent our Lord will take Ills great power and reign as- - King ot kings and Lord of lords. He demonstrated that the signs or the times Indicate that the setting up of the Kingdom Is very near. This good news should rejoicing. Very soon, cause world-widlie declared, the earth will be tilled nitb the knowledge of Cud. A Fatt In This Mountain. The announcement or the nearness of Messiah's Kingdom, the Pastor said, wilt be appreciated In proportion us Its character uud work are understood. Practically all the creeds malutn'.u that our Lord's Second Coming will signify the end of all probation, and will usher In a great burning day for all eseept an elect few. He then demonstrated that this view Is unscrlptural. and re suit from u literal Interpretation of a few highly figurative testa. The Pastor declared that all living In wilful sin should rcuilce that the establishment or Cod's Kingdom will mean a Keign of Mgbtcousuess. opposed to every form of Immorality, trickery, sham. Injustice and Iniquity Those who seek to live In harmony with the Divine Law have every i n to long Tor (lie coming or the Kingdom as the most desirable thing Imag inable "the deslro of all nations. Then the Pastor called attention to Scriptures which describe the Time of Trouble marking the change from Satan's kingdom to Messiah's Rule. This will include all nations. But this Trouble Time will be Divinely overruled to be a channel of blessing, by preparing the liea its of mankind for the Message ot Divine Love, centeml In Christ's redemptive work at Calvary. What Say the Scriptures. The Pastor explained numerous Scriptures descriptive of Messiah's dwelling especially upon Kingdom, those which llkeu tho good time com lug to a great feast. These Intimate that mankind have been starving foi the Message of Divine grace: that countless millions or our race have died In Igiioiance and superstition famished for lack of tho Word or Cod. There aro many hungry hearts In the Many world, the Pastor believes. whose bodies are well nourished have famished hearts, crying out for love und sympathy. Cod, who reads the hearts, has prepared this feast which will satisfy every righteous desire Those fed at the bountiful table spread (or the Church can approximate the feast to 1)0 spread before the world In the ucxt Age. The Pastor then pointed out a few difference between these two feasts: 111 The Church's feast is one of promises, which uiunt be partaken In faith, while the world's feast will be the realities uf Itestitutlou-uieut- al. moral uud physical health. t2i The Church's feast Is spiritual, relating to u Heavenly Kingdom glory uud honor, while the world's feast will consist ot earthly bounties ncd blessings all that was lost lu Adam's fall and redeemed at Calvary. The Pastor next discussed his con text. The Lord through the Prophet Qrst describes the feast of blessings, and then portrays the destruction of things Injurious to humanity. The veil of Ignorance and Hnperstltlnn hinders mankind from seeing that their Creator is their Prlend. that righteousness and truth aro to their advantage, uud that Cod's ways ate true ami righteous altogether. This veil Is to be destroyed. Then the knowledge of Cod's good uess will shine Into the hearts of all. For six thousand years death has swallowed up the human family. It In conservatively eMlinuted that twenty thousand millions have gone Into tho tomb. When the Kingdom Is set up death will cease to coutml the race,, the tQinb will be foi ceil di give up Its victims, anil thus death will be swallowe en-so- AndfAirOthcr Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. RHEUMATISM Singles Bottles, $5,00 Hot Springs Physicians Pronounce this the Greatest Blood and Skin Remedy Ever Placed on the Market. Filll Coifrse Treatment, Six Bottles, $18.00, WE PREPARE A REMEDY FOR EVERY DISEASE. Our Treatment - for Female Ills is the Greatest of Its Kind Ever Offered Suffering Women. All Correspondence Strictly Private. Write Us Your Troubles. HOT SPRINGS MEDICINE GO. 803 1- -2 Central Ave. HOT SPRINGS, ARK. " THE GOLDEN AGE AT HAND. VZ' Scriptural Evldencts That Arc Astonishing M On Can Afford to B Without tho Knowledg. We do our friends a valuable service when we call their attention to the valuable book entitled, "THE TIME IS AT HAND," In whlnh are. given to prove Scriptural evlden.-e- s where we are on the stream of time. "Men's hearts are failing them for fear" and many of the leading thinkers are proposing remedies to better conditions. The Scriptures assure us that man's extremity will be God's opportunity, and this book holds out an anchor to those who fear the wave of unrest now spreading over the world. The houest henrt confesses that It is at a loss for au explanation of transpiring events. While we refer to this as the CHAIN AGE and the Age of nevertheless ENLIGHTENMENT, many realize that we are fast a crisis which is wrapped in darkness owing tb the present worldwide social, religious and political un- 3tftPK: ': mqmm iW'V. SfSHESI H3 jEEJ&iBtS " ' t:. WTM vj$- JU.MN.iUs1 rest Send 35 cents at once for the book. Bible and Tract Society, 17 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 8 CURIOUS BREADS. 'J. B.LIFPfNCOTT WASHINOTONSCl'WH'IIILAUELIMllA you w.mt a scwlnif jnuchlue, write for our lati'it cutalotuo btrforo you purvliuM.--. The Nw Home Sewing rMm Co,, Orange, Mass. Mrio In Chains In the Balkans and Laundered In China. Bread Is made hi different shnpes (ud In different .ways, according to, tho tie-tof the various nationalities. Mr. L I.odiaii In l'ore-- t and Stream says: "The bread of the Balkans, curiously made In the form of chains, Is sold from the arms and necks of Itinerant pcdlers. lu tent life lu Ualkauln tho ditached links tire often used for fun o it quoits or serve a more useful In suspending temporary curtains md awnings. Then when the campers qui out of provisions tliey literally eat their Curtain rings! The Japanese biunboo. bread, so named from its shape, is a somewhat similar product It is sliced and sold in strings. "The sun dried bread sheeting of central Asia looks much like chamois leather and Is made up in pieces ot bed sheet size. It Is compounded from Hour and rulsln sirup and is highly esIn tho teemed by coffee drinkers. bazaars of the caliphates It Is frequently seen hanging In place of awn-lug- s to shield the stalls from the sun. "One of the strangest crackers comes from Uussla. It Is knowu nH fit the mouth begl and. besides being much appreciated as n tea biscuit. Is quite commonly used by merchants Ignorant of the three It's as a makeshift abacus lu couihing mouey, a lower string of ten serving for kopecks and au upper string of the same number representing roubles. More picturesque still Is Its usage tW au extempore rlug for marrying poor peasuuts with whom the gold Is lacking. "Most singular of all. however, is the peculiar pith bread of China, which. Instead of being baked. Is laundered out In narrow strips with a hot Iron, much In tlm manner that a collar receives IN flulshlug. 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WUf awake men who received our special fcellliift inducement, rendered Iturcessary toitoutlo our output. We are siwiiiilug inaiiv thousands of dollars enlarKint; our sales orgunlzatlou. but to learn all particulars, It will cixt jou only thj prliu I a postal card. rnoiiRy-inaklng .i -. m boxes Belling Victor Safes and to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and whom realize the VfX of a safe, but do not know how easy It Is too wn one. Salesmen declaro our proposition one ot ri $200. 20,000 iatoj Annually. A MONTH StO.00 - - That's a Pay .... B&S!atiatSfI,V5j MforCalalogiislCT. THE VICTOR SAFE Our New Homo. Capacity ii?. &-L0G- CO. vmti gum g; simplicity In at least three very liu- fc.;4fa;-gy.g5.;jgBvested right, but the pccplo fall to EFFECT OF TARIFF portant California products. He shows fiif" exercise It. On the day of election thnt dtirliiK the first thrco monthls of many nion shrug their Bhou'rlers nnd ON FARM PRICES law thero hao been Increases cf 2fl "Whnt Is tho Kntwd nreor.llnB to Inw nt the l'ontnfflcn say to themselves: Kj., m waII mutter ot th oecond use of votlw. My vole won't coun per cent In tho Importation of :i of $ni4,2G In unshclled almonds, First, our ancestors fought for tho Assume that such Increases will right to govern themselves. Having Frec.Trade in Corn Has Lowered C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor nmliv'aluiil througliout tho air nnd won the struggle they set up u Rov- ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor jan form some Ideu of the annual : nrnment under which they enjoyed the Price Ten Cents a Bushel in ! Now lc3 to California "duo to ithe now Tar S?. ho rlsht of communications to Address all iff. This State la tho principle fti Spite of a Short Crop. wo are reaching tho point of Toe Hartford Republican. srower of theso products, and bucIi if) Ready-to-Weathe power of the governr Importations In the foist ran only i ment to force tho people .to cxcrclso NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS il reduced demand nnd re lucod Capital extension will cost the uv - " that rglht in governing thomsclvea. If ilwlrlnu tin-- uilprrpiit ti nw enbucrllK-! However, a stringent law llko tlic crage Iowa farmer about 1 cont per prices for tho California prodttc ts. tlic old iuMn In makliiR tlit. uddrwK imiKt Kl" of ;j Republican Convention at Tho one introduced Jn New York Is entire- acre on his taxes. The DumoetaMc rtqaivt. nn.l Xntl- -i 1r i.it line nml Jc ly too dictatorial. .Man should have Tariff measure 'costs hhn inoro than Santa Ilarbara has many things 'to tnnlne l.wnl r, m L,oats p.r Hue tor iiwh ndilltloiiiil inprrtlon. const'.ler. Its program Is filled with exercise his Judgment. JS1 por acro Sc tho rglht to til OOItmirltw, ItPKoliltlnhK nn.l Curd t Tlnn : Y r i: may v ""Dortant Issues, nnd yet It Is do bo He can vote or not as his mood This Is tho way 1'. U. Urown, pub- vvc aiv W prrllw money InndvniMi. mi volii Cbnrth Notlcm for wrrlern Iron, liut other move him. lie should be made to fel llshor of the Shelby County Hiiib - "oikmi that (delegates wilt f.nd lime , wllIc'' to ponder on Congressman til ser- very tkuri'li mlTf rlliiint. .V r"' "" or to and uiilerstand that the Amorlc-an- llenn ;it Hiirhui. sums mi tin, mutter in II1 receive no Anonymous t reflation m to tl.ebllgl - . to do his full and patriotic duty nl iirtlclo In his tmnp.r. In onlor to Know-land'(i! ma W this line. to an election day, sharing in the re- treat tho matter fairly, Mr. Urown se ttia effects of the new Tariff, y.U a cb 1 H Cf d;OC AH sponsibility of Koverntucnt, that any lects a farm In itirli nf ttn tv(onli statistics are .... fiscal lesson to. strik- - W. f lw M ,... .... .. .. ... 111 an wno run raaj.. nnu, uui v: m inner r www. .t i. v . 3 jtreat point can be successfully car-rlc'- townships lu Shcl y County. He gles ms: ., CMca."cerlani. f , X"axs2iors Is.tiA&l Tho citizen who does not ex- - the number of acres In each Inriii. t is the auty of the Kopublican party W O 1 ITia- WOrkmanShlD. l by neglecting aml tho a,i,ou t the owner will con- - to sec that It is .out. Jlyle refce his right to ote Is Francisco Chronicle. J,J an Important trust. hniSll, tribute toward tho Capitol extension ' the StaU-.-Satei'ial CannOl DC CX- FK1UAY, MAHCH G. Tho ward heeler never laus io ruilJ For i,iatallcc.p Charles Hscho in Grain Privileges. cst his ote. lie votos carl- - nnd of je(fera0 township, Jias u farm of The Kentucky legislature may let often, and this is why he also '7 acrea ,3 CapItoi extension tax MONEY' IX WHEAT. o. xodocm Itsolf through the numliur of becomes a power in public life. nOWeVer, We QO nOl aSK yOU lO toilOn the other hand, Mr. and ft I'uts and calls are the JbSlta It kills. the wise man diulrcs to purge the po- Hscher's loss from the reduction on surest method er trading in iicat,fi alto- cjHer in only do tho valuation of farm products, corn or oats. Because your loss Is administration is only litical atmosphere ho ran Tho Wilson .) of ask put thl3 by taking an active part in all duo to the Democratic Tariff, as absolutely limited to the amount -- one year old, but it lias already candidates Mr. Brown shows by his table, is bought. No further risk watchlnB the army of unemplojed on the elections, one ) propos.Vi and In voting for the. one 2.S7i. Positively tho mo?t profltabl e way mai'di. he sincorely feels will do the com- "this loss," continues the article, of tradlmr. uy During the jirescnt scbslon of the mcnwealth them oat good. He should.. .a ot for ,hIa ar OIl)y n lor t,n Open an account. Y'ou can buy 10 M duty. H i years, but for every year to come un-)- s puts or 10 calls on 10,000 bushels X'l Kentucky Legislature efforts hae feel tills to be his public doubtful whether he can be fore- - tij tll0 Taritf Is restored." grain for ?10, or you can bu both K'on made to put Into law a provl ju making up his flgurcs Kdltor for 0, or as many inoro as ou sion providing for the teaching of M to ctc unless he wishes to. .Agriculture In tho County High At any rate Uie proposed bill will urow KVC8 (uu actuaj valuation of wish. An advance or Klccljuu of 1 J Schools, but so far nothing has been have the effect of showing the 1m- - tho land at $150 per acre, lie attrl- - cent gives you J he chance to take ti ll to to call There Is a nation- portance of the ballot and eniphu butcs a portion of the increased tax- $100 profit. "A movement of 0 cents .accomplished. !. s? wide excitement nnd discussion over sizes the Importance of the vote. ation to the Increase of ui) to 100 per $300 profit. of l "the question of how to prevent the Men who can vote atlJ who will cent In the valuation of tho Iowa Wrlto for full particulars, R. V. NEUMANN Tcys from leaving the farms to Ko- not vote should be urged, but thuy farms as a result of a suit brought to the cities. How could wo exiect cannot be forced to vote, 'by the Iowa League of Munlclimltlcs, New First National llauk Building assort-Columbus, Ohio. first of 31tf. gnthhi else when we are urged to which showiU that the farms f To Investigate Conditions. educate the boys, and when they are Iowa wore not being taxed Evaluali a t.. .. .l .. n.Mtll.m nmil.OTc.t V t 1. t llrt ' tion in proportion to town property. Announcement. Bent away to school all the 'courses III 1.UII-bllinill lJllti.wau or study leevl thorn Jrrcsistably into labored effprts of certain big news- Tho present valuation or market proready-to-we- ar To our friends and customers: pos- - f every other vocation of life than that papers to create an artificial prosper- ducts, according to the figures, howto the For reasons satisfactory 1 1 5 ot Agriculture. If the science of Ag ity b- - making ieople bellevo .that all ever, tolls tho talc of tho real loss to stockholders of Tho First National , pnd it is a science, had reports of bad business conditions the farmer. Corn, ho says, is -- 0 Bank of Hartford, Ky., thuy have !i of "calamity cents per bushcll lower, and all other decldcld $o convert The First National been given the same prominence In are the outgivings the courses of study In our State col- - howlers" is the announcement that farm products In proportion. This con- Bank into a State Bank with a paid U M styles. ; Sur lefics and high schools as has been an Investigation into, the facts of the dition results from tho cheaper pro- up capital stock of iven to teaching law, medicine and case is by order of Proslddat Wil- ducts of other countries being thrown plus $12,300.00.; Undivided profits $:',- other professions. In our humble op- son, to be undertaken by the recent- into competition with those of the 000.00. inion there would be a different ly appointed Industrial Commission. Iowa farmer. Our new name, "CITIZENS BANK" stoily to tell at the present time. It is a remarkable step for a Free-Trll- c Tho article concludes by placing tho will take over the assets of The When it becomes apparent that it administration to take, this matter beforo the farmer In a strict First National Bank and assume all equally as good oducatlon to official investigation of tho Injuri- political sense, it says: "It is up to Its liabilities. Tlnj same policy, rules and regumake a fanner as it does to fill any ous results that have followed four him to determine whether It .will bo in Tariff. Uter vocation In life, not only that months of a Free-Trad- e thq ganR which taxed hi in loss than 1 lations will Kovcru the Citlens Bank Doubtless thq President hopes to cent per acre to build a park at the that have proved so successful and hut in addition to a goqd educaton he should have special training, our prove that conditions arc not .so bad Capl"' grounds in Des Moines, or satisfactory In the past. fajTU3 will be mado so attractive as they are reported to .be. Een so. he will go after tho gang which reWe are very thankful and fully apbv that it will be no longer a burning tho Investigation amounts to a con- duced his Income $4 per acre by preciate the confdlence of our friends cess. Thoy havo accoitdlngly taken Mall orders when accompaincd question how to keep the bojs on the fession that conditions are very oad. breaking down Tariff walls and patrons and promise the same far more than ordinary pains to re- a remittance are now being uctvpUil and Indedd. Janus find uwuy from the cities. the fanners of the world to safety and courtesy that has alwajs produce the "atmosphere" of tho story and filled. were dump their products onto bis market." been our motto. commissions Xo industrial They fir"' made pilgrimage, to The interest aroused on the road called upon to Investigate bad busiAVhen you come to Hartford, comu scenes described and there on the siot working question at Centertown and Owensboro Optical House. to the Citlzons Bank. ness aud Industrial conditions in tho they Kindled and designed the Ktai;c other jioints in the County Is evl- - sixteen years of Protection which be- Hartord, Ky .Nov. 1. 1 have used Y'ours respectfully, appurtenances of the piny, and gathdencijl by the continued correspondJ. C. HII.EY', Cashier. Kan with McKlnley's election In 1300. "lasses 'mado by R. C. llardwick's ered up much of the human and other ence on that question, and questions Queer Isn't It? that on the 15th Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my enmaterial. Tho result Is n remarkably jgrpwing out of the financial manage1U14, a commission tire satisfaction. Ills house and ma of Fobruary, Co. H. Inspection. faithful iwrtrayal of the spirit of ment of tho County, In these col- should have to be appointed to as- chinery for maklne lenses are the On March 7, 1111, at S:00 o'clock tho story, and a really extraordinary umns. We trust that some good will tnnst r.nmnlp!fi In t)ii Ktjitn nnil lie certain the evil consequences of a w,u navo a I'rollmlna.'y attractho series of artistlcal stago - ' ,n- - Co- cojuq from these publications altho Tariff law passed on the proceeding employs none but experienced work- "l'm;iJo i luejwro iui iiiu ivj;"" 1'ltiurua. p j IJVUN'KTT we have tried to explain from time n,BI, October 3, 1913. 10 witness tile jilay in ito witness lar annual Inspection. On account of to itlmq that this paper Js not takit? that If the "Now Queer isn't pictures tho annual manemcrs lu Tennessee a scries of kaleidoscopic ing sides or assuming responsibility Freedom" is such a glorious boon to Bad Outlook For Farmers. dllrinj. Uio smnmar Uio l)rokib. showing ijie desert in all Its moods. in uny of these tor vlowts expressed . .,.., i.m They follow 0110 another In rapid American labor, Industry and busl- With cattlo coming to California 1111RS,n nf letters, in fact we doubt if anything ness, wo should have to inqulro ports from Argentina ports cheaper by tile present Congrubs, it is earn- Flrst there Is the huunsu Js to be galmfj Irom censuring old what alls American labor, Industry (than they can conio by rail from cstly hopul that oory man will be on tho desert with its strange Indisofficials who nro now out of offioo aud business after only four months Denver; with corn nad meat coming proiout. tinct ir.uuwin, aii'd tho figure or the for mistakes which they may havu of tho "New Freedom." Into Now York troni Brazil cheaper JAMIiS M. DoWKBSK, Arab dismounting from his camel to made whllo attempting to do their The Democrats in Washington arc than thoy can come troiti Kansas; worship the tun. It Is but a flash ("apt. :!d Inffy. K. N. U. duty, as they were unable to see It, not a little perturbed and dismayed j with tho great glucose manufacturers hceiio i'et how (doqiutiit In Its silt e .and possibly there were extenuating over the coining Investigation. And mo lug to U13 seaboard to get Free-we- ll Eggs For Hatching. and mjhtery It Is! Then tin re s clrcumstanciis connected with every they may be; first, because the j Trade from tho cheap lands of South which if explained would dis- Investigation is an admission that America; with pasture Jam! worthless Will carry two pens barred Ply- the road to tho monastery lu the foremir, est near Tunis with the Strang- - ami arm those who would criticise. Woi things are In bad shape; second, lie-- ! than $3 an aero In South America, mouth Hocks this year. pen heakled by First 'Pen tragic figure of the monk buttlm have often thought how much easier cause B. First with Kaneas pasture land tho Investigation is ery Tins, OSTEOPATHIC Cockrel from Cypher's Poultry Farm, with himself and dcMiiiy. it is to criticise from thu outside ly to demonstrate tho exibtence of assessed at from $0 to $10 an acre PHYSICIAN than Jo execute as well as tormulato worse and wors.o conditions as time why should the pasture outlook In Now York. Second pen headed by again, is but a flash, and then thero Consultation and OMimlnatlon free. plans on the inside. The old buaul of Uoslicn bursts upon the delighted vision or All kinds ot 'diseases treated. Office I. you and Wubaunsco counties look First Pen Cockrel from passes. jnaslstii-.UPoultry Fauns. First pen eggs, f 1. 00 tho audience the veranda of tho Alger- 1'nd floor. Casfblcr building. closdl their duties with Certain it seonis ,to bo that tho particularly rosy? .Moreover, with let d ian the end or the yra.t 1913 and not n-- ! Iiarty of Kree.Trttdo has fallen upon l the Middle soarlni so high per 15 eggs. Second pon, 73 cents In hotel, with Its any crowds of Arab BEAVER DAM, KY. front of it, and beyond the desert, oX the membership of that board is per 15 eg'.'s. evlj times when it is compelled to that It costs as 'much to fend a horse Increasing In Its cull, fasjluatlnglii Also will bo able to furnish day-ol- d on tho new. Some porsous in the Investigate and show forth the con-- 1 hay as It docs a man mlnco plcwlth Its stern, strange beauty. County bcem to contuse acts of the chicks, ?l.o0 per dozen. In-- 1 sequences of Its own folly and tho farmers' teams getting thinner Three, gnat scenes there. There old board with thoMj or tho new. Tho J. C. ILEIt. cnixiclty. and thinner every weok from now un has been lltty of illaloue, and llttl '1st of claims published recently were til spring; wun last years loss ou GarfPn nf Allah" t0"lnS10 of action, yot already wo hao bctn allowiil beforo tho flrt of Januaiv A Practically Worthless Check. short crops turning Into interest pay-- 1 . . carried Into tho heart or thu story, and t ;ind hcuco tho board had Tho Democratic party, through its incuts ovrey ninety days, and no show MacaUiey S ineatre, LOUlSVllie. feel Its tragedy gripping; at the heart-S- o nothhu, to do with .thorn and we are speakers ai.U Its nowspapors, pledged unJer present Tariff to Protect tho ..Tho Gar(c vt Allah", the success tar " has been tho spoil of itiho informed by prominent members of Itself to the poor man to reduco tho farmer on next year's crops from tho of t)U century w)ll t)ie attraction desert. Now coinos een tho warm tho present Fiscal Court that Ihcy cost of living. Tho main instrument cheap lands In Latin couutrlcs-ltls at .mt.aulL.y'8 Theatre, l.oulsIlle, strange smell of Jho Knst a vision would not object to havo their nets toward the reduction was ,to bo a ubout timo for some editor pitting In 1C. Tho play Is a of Yin Arab city btreot, with ltB aitu scrutinized from every l(JWlr Tariff. Behold the lower Tnr- - his sanotum rcadlnt' an agricultural week of .March which dramatization of Illchcn's crowds or merry-nuikii- s, tcur- -' htandpolnt, and wo bellevo they aroifr mw i)U0I1 la oporatlon several Journal to write a bouutltulpleco oll0 ol tho' ljwt seuer8 a rovv Istsnud bci:uaisiiiultlii) ilri ilin.li... alJ Jnen of tho highest InUrltj, nml tnu ,Bi, cost of living vising tho boys to go back to tho ..,.. UR0- - ,.,, closoiy follows the 'In tjho windows. TIiIh i. ..i,.,.,..i out jvferenee to their political has not been reduced. Has not tho farm. This Js a great country tni'd novcl The monk who pines for fit to the Iinlde of one if ,1, thuy menu to do Democrat jwrty boon guilty and that o It , 8tam, a Brmt dluli wKll (,oni an, )iulmn S houses. ftho v1l With Its Wild il.n.i- tho very l)est for the County upon nuniHW 11 iHiuuniuy wo. w.. yo -- .t. of the people Ju outer ,,( oath al((, Lurats hu ,bondn, and. ing girls, tho barlurlc Kthloplan 11 r, ' Bnd wIth -iwln ciSJj m. U,,,"',",UllC ml ry on tt'ilalners and tho strange music uml "rl "l" " ' . .... .No eon ,. ... to neiu it n jo-- 1 n Triif ...in.ii,.,, ti.,. in. '... ...... .t, i..u " uiMiseu anu upon a pure am 110010 costums of t,ho half buvuge mithcs. can o.peot them to do more. BU.U tc the hl"h ooat or living, while nards out of tho fuw food Mrowors.lt .woman, Is 11 rigurc us old as the Always tho saiuo two llnuriw inov- - An uiiiiimI Is a hog Is no reason why tho auppoHltlon was that tho Donio-crni- is gciini" unoui uma lor tno jirow-- 1 momiHtic Idoa Itsolf. What 1 now Ini tnrougn me The Value of Voting. panorama, the iut- - hiK ....,...... . . .... 1.1 lmw Just what caitMil tho high Democrat- who .110 A 1.111 l..,u .1... 1... !.. ...!. ....! I.. " oost of living. It was the wlehe.t ,run CoIlgIOM so keen for a luuso aiul lu iiici1i.11"b tunc r tho Hiiblixt. nous, unoouth monk who Ijoh owanod U4"1, U ,ua,ml,y ' " ,BBt UM U) He unrolls the tr.tgoily lu the nm. after nlugtn u8 ' ,lo,Iars u"d ,)f .Now York Lchdaure whiel, ,lfe, Wno, lB on ttio froo Jtat. Who UlluU W)laa lar,U and more leal ntmoHpluiru of tho Sahara DesurU and tiio Blrl who is to ollr toro iflani Cmt"' io 'lo so- - Col" umrhi He ' " I1,1" J"", "' buj',,ia llls cloUllns auy cl,eal'or7 lor 1 painful, thoughts, thu great vnitto whoro uIoiib. 'IJiwi eoiiitw tHu IwMutlful ar- - ',1 '"iwst more f '..... ..n 1.1. ..1.. " ' i. lor lha lullunt J1U VIAM) HPBO " .. th m.l.i .. . ... " K.uu,iK l den of the Kttitlo auilunhmipy Count TUM F1.sk vmn WIS CAimV any "" " wu or. u.'ur ne, u, mml m t)lu fwo Jw Wlw to Results of Kew Tanl! in Lali- - .... ,.... . aZ -, ...., imvU - Afflo..i, wun .ts tropical luxunwo that juotigrly jreflstur ud vote -- row and trli lbuyiu hit mtstt any uhtiier? Kit- , poetic A.ab pip,,., . t lwv, Aa4, ycu , ,., e,r fornia. poetically nam. d "Thu ( !urd,n U WJI )m arouseU kern aetaa'tRRiBg (,.a.) Wg mvo Fm, t V. UfeUtvor uy b Uu d UCUltl'S Kl'l JllCJKJIS P.CK U' ,... .. e. r, u m. 6""" " ' ' Jionr, .ju HIM in Hill m um 0OOUS 01 im u .t In a IU. .1 - iii Mi- - maskt I' ...iu ,. blight. th. Chirk . Is 'Im way of rwliiintf it. Haumh and I.nt Krr Sals. 01inu hi cut abowi it . w .., .. ...... ... . ... i ,iui m a. ume,,.,, ot wo "'.. i.ol lartii. if.v ui i"'" u only to''t4Uri'l s u pi..,. ,., u' timi c;.ah1 Imjuj w'h all out- - iui . ... .... ..r .1 I. ... ....... t I ... 1.1 IU.tl.ll .1 llu r. Utlf... -wm. 11' i ' u.uiII... 'j""" - ;;1 ' '" t,"u,u uc "" il. fkinj 1,1 i.e u...kti. Una ji Uu'; . oU v. 1 . "il 1. ' ' 'I r tin .U'i ' ' lm.'r: . " '' ". .' . ' l Ml.l' l H R.-tfu- irttord Republican. w ), Spring Coats and Suits Department. w Spring Newness Pervades Our I 8 ! ! I The latest conceits onDarne Fashion ana ouus are aispiay now, I rpanv ...!. imsuciiuii. 11' j.ii ; s d. im I n , best the be a position Jux prices you along vice ,n. ij.iiii irrm '"' uaniy they and the country. celled by any dealer I ltg saft I $-- 1 the matter cether, but we do your a little J time that we may show you what we nave ana we win giauiy auiue yuui judgment. our iudoment IN THIS CONNECTION we want our vour attention Spring Ginghams immense variety 0 I ..,. see the biggest new Spring Dress ment and have at the earliest sible moment, at 0 and cents per yard. You have never seen better quality nor better who come . j 1 ft es I E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. I i ier-mittl- ,... .,, ,,, 11 ( G. DOCKERY m )J IX s ' Vt -- JUST 'BECAUSE ,m I pit-hcn- I bols-tero- ( nol wlth-IU0lltll- K . S dJ I ""-""""'" uua m ZL 1 "l T"lm'"" .s ' r ... i. '"" Mlw ib ir '" i"PTarff. ,, r.i .., otfi ' n"ls . ,,,orj 1 ' K .- t l.ilf "..T, ..-- ,-.. .I. ' ,rZ Z l.i.t. .I I , j urn. i . toui-wlttc- . tht - . wv - ,. .- . - iJ iiu 1 ' 11 . I u-'' ""f" ...ni ,,,, rji. T 1 i.. 1 ' . I W..E. ELLIS 1 ii-- i i J I l.Ul l - iroj.l), Produce Moitlnnt - KENTUCKV OUR NEW I GOODS! s K m m m m m m EI We iiiiiiuiiiinmiiiiiimm m m m struck IJmbry with IiIb fist over the cyo knocking him down and out. They wcro then seperntcd before further damage could bo done. GATHERING FACTS ABOUT MEXICAN KILLINGS Data Will yWyWvWW4mv44;viHvvW4 Materia are now daily our Goods and almost New Spring Chnrllo Ilurton was beforo Police Judge Martin Monday morning charg- ESIcd with liolnf drunk and disorderly. En Ho entered it" pica of guilty and tho SlJudgo fined him $100 arlil fifty dnjs Hgjin Jail with the. work o)nusi attachcil. By i Th l.i fine, wo hope, will bq a warn-guIn- e to several others who nio In the gambit of taking the town on Satur day nights. If tho good people, will .Martin, Attonioy ISi stand by JudgeKoglo nnd Marshal Stevens our town K will soon bo a meHeJ for law and order. - Furnish Senate. II II II B I h e i I f n For Debate In Or an Evening's Gathering Needs Cheer, Drink the Best in the course of a few days more, we will be able to show you the best selection of Spring Fabrics that the market afords. Much of our New Dress Goods in Wool- ens are now in. These include the newest weaves and shades for spring wear. We keep o r 5765, The HartfoiM Division of the Mutual Telephone Compuii) has JJjI just floated an Issue of bonds and lndobt-gCdneDHjsettliU ui Its outstanding and Is In better condition Q tbnn ever before. The increase in KD rates which went Into eifect Janu- Nury 1, 11)14, has met with no objec-tlon, In fact, the rates, considering uio nrst class survlco aro very reasIII onable. Jinny new subscribers are coming in constantly. Nearly a thousand subscribers aro being sened by tho exchanges at 1'rcntls, Ilcavcr Dam, McIIcnry, Rockport, Center-towHartford, Dundee and Narrows, tho latter bolng started this ,weck. Another exchange Is being built at Horse Branch. H n, Man About Town. Harnett and Wllburn Tlnslcy are perhaps the greatest Duck hunt ers lu this whole Section, that I they hunt moro and carry in less Kaine than any other two hunters In captivity. It Is said (that they went out wltli Col. Harnett some time laat year, when, .he, the Col., killed a couple of ducks. Al and Tlnslcy claim that they would certainly have gotten these two ducks had they hot given tho Old One a chance to shoot first, and he happened to hit, to their surprise. AI on hands constantly McC.i Mc- iaiiu- - McCall Patterns Waist Price, 5759, 15 Skht an yaiiGina aim ' petent salesladies . cents each. to give you suggestions in regard to your wear- ing apparel. When in need of the latest, don't forget us, and REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. l fN i i i m Hilayllil!ISUa3i&V A slight change In tho local rail- frlend(?) of ours to a very serious accident recently, getting a fall which tore him up considerably, tho when seen tjie morning after, It appeared that it had gone almost entirely to his eyes. Folks were not much surprised, .because this fellow seems to be a sort of reckless rider, tliat is he doesn't generally stay on lout?. In fact, he was only riding a vory low wagon, which was, generally speaking, very shaky. A certain ijJ Washington, .March 4. Although Oroat Hrltlan's reluctance to press tho Ronton caao at this time has mado tho Mexican situation less acute, therj nro soveial aspects of it which are now practically certain will occasion a splrltolJ debate In tho senate shortly. It became known that facts and data concerning thci number of foreigners killed In Mex- 1 lco Bincu the revolution bcun there aro bein' gathertd by tho stafo de partment for Senator Shivcly, ranking member of tho foreign relations committee, who Is exacted to present the. official records about conditions lu the southern republic. It was repprtod that Senator Fall, havo good roads unless wo pay more way of working tho muddy, nonovir of New Mexico, would open the de- taxes or take our teams and go out and rough roads of this county. It bate with a speech pointing out tho and work them, that probably is true will pay any man Interested, to oomo conditions In Mexico in the past und the way tho county bos .been paying and see tho difference between Um present, and urging a change of for Its road work. Da ycu know that dragged road arid that not dragged. tho magistrates 'ccelvcd $2,551. for Very truly, policy. ,, WATT TAYLOR. Gov. Colquitt's request upon the ovcrsooInB the work on thq public Federal "overnor of Nauvo I.eon for roads for 1912, exclusive of tho saltjie extradition of thoso responsible ary of overseers under them? Tliey For Sale. for the kidnapping or Vcrgara, occa- rccelvdd from $97. to $513. each, Tho ' (lrtfA fnvtn (n flliln "'irtimi n' """"-"" " 7. sioned much discussion in official suiallcr sums being explained by tho Barnetts Crook church, containing circles here. Tho Texas governor fact tha some of thWn had overseers 120 acres a ,n cultvatlon t had asked the stato department to under thorn at two dollars a day. 5 acrc8 Good 4.room dw tell him what It looked upon as the while the others presumably did their and aU out.bulldlng8 in good repair. legally constituted government in own bossing at three dollars a dajvWeI1 watercd anu , the ol, r .Mexico, for by tho special treaty" Now what Vlo you think of that for tcrmg and particulars apply at tWs "econonly"? They Boom to think It office. with Mexico, extradition proceedings BARNETT & SON, Agcats. can bo carried on between tho gov- rjKiu to auow our roau engineer ?izu. i7tf. ernors In adjacent states wthlout ref- oxua lor expenses. But .why not alerence to tho American Bttate depart- low all of our officers an extra amment. Secretary Bryan suggested ount 'or expenses? 'For tho benefit of my adversaries that Colquitt ask for extradition governor of Nuovo Leon, and tho .protection of friends I will from the leaving to Colquitt tq decide who give thorn ray name. Only modesty that person Is. Extraldltlon has been prevented mo before. Respectfully, We have just received asked for on the charge; of horse CLINTON S. ROWE. t stealing. X -- t?'-... . For Sale By All Soft Drink Stands, 5c. i - ,,, .wv Furniture! I By special arrangement we arc enabled to offer tho Womans' World, Home Life, Green's Fruit Grower and Farm Life, four splendid monthly magazines, together with one years subscription to The Republican, for $1.25. This holds good for either renewals,- - old subscriptions, or to new subscribers. You cannot afford to miss this bargain. tf. is here. All teachers In need of same vie0356 X send in your final report and post office address at once. OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. Wire Fencing. . Notice. The last pay for teachers t a car of Furniture which t we aro able to say is the X 4 X Hereafter, this paper will charge o cents per line lor all ooituaries. X In advance, and 5 cents per line for all church notices except for church Mexicans Fight on Sea. services; and also for cards of thanks. Nogalcs, Sonora, Mex., March 4. In adopting this rule we aro only Thq expected naval battle tho first following tho samo plan of every otlr In the history of Mexican civil war cr local paper in Kentucky. farebetween the rebel gunboat Tam-plc- o and itho Federal warships Moro-lo- s The Road Drag. and Guerrero, bgan at Topolobam- Centerown, Ky.. March 2. Editor po today. It was roiwted here that i.ntRamihllcn.n lAffpr lin.vlinr nsprt itho i.,oi.i tho Tamplco remained OF harbor of Topolobampo while ex road (drag since December I feel that changing shots with (the Federal ves-- 1 1 am able to give, sorno Instruction sels, which were somo distance out j in resard to tho liulldlng und uso of SInco the, Pittsburg Pirates arc In In samo. tho Gulf of California. training at Dawson Springs, the Take a gcod sound hard log about now Whfttlur Tho Wllkcrsou Restaurant Is aitJ. about 15 other rounders Another Letter From "Tax Payer. ' 7 or 8 feot long and 8 or 10 incheja Attorney Arthur Kirk was In !y furnished throughout uud tho best of" by this placo havo suddenly develop Centcrtown, Ky., March 2 Editor through (according ot the amount of recently. to bo had in the market to cat Is at ed pains in their tummjes and they Republican I beg space in your pa- team jou have) split through tho ILER & BARNETT MInco Meat In bulk, first class-Mo- ore's your command day or night, at reas- all think that nothing will suo them, per to reply to Esriulro Miles com- center, trim thq faces smooth, set onable prices. , Meat Market. or restore them to health, short of munication in which ho attempts to on cdgQ about two feet ai.nt, botAgents TJiq residence of John Willis, of a trip to Dawson Springs, Ky. It's Mr. Ernlo Morton, Ccntcrtown, was by "Taxpayers' silence ridicule tom edderes inclined a llttlo forward, Hartford R. F. 1). No. 1, was destroy- funny to sco them grab their Btoni-ac- h which was very unwise. Now 1 don't cut notches in each one about 3 in- - J. hero on business Tuesday. ed by flro at S a. m. Wednesday. and doublo up, then In the next deep and about 18 inches from i ILERS' GROCERY or For Service, cleanliness and satis- Only a small amount of household breath they start talking about old think I am a "chronic kicker" and ches tho end and just wjJo enough to re-- , j certainly not a member of the faction, visit City Restaurant. goods were saved. llomis Wagner, or boiuq other ureal whittling club trout the llcry sta- celvo. your cleats; use cleats of 2 x 4 . REPUBLICAN OFFICE Centcrtown," callball player. Mr. J. M. Hohs, Dr. J. It. I'irtlo will leave. Monble. It Is certainly very liberal in or 2 x C solid oak is best, Jeavo en- -' ed to boo us while In town Monday. day to attend ,tho State Dental Asthe "Siiuiro" to offer to give a weoik's ough projection on front of each Some one says as how Tom Black work with hand und team on the cleat to fasten your clovlstis; now cut Mail Orders Given Prompt Mr. Alvln Rowe, cashier Fanners' sociation. Ho will be absent irom was working on a new scale of road after "giving" so much of his down In center to recelvo a piece 2 Centcrtown, was here Mon- his office MonlJay, Tuesday, Wednes Hank, Attention. day and Thursday, March U, 10,11 and weights an!d measures, lately. Tom tlmo to the county. Ho certain ljy is Inches thick and 12 laches wldo and day. argues that 13 or 14 ounces Is a the most person liv- spike the whole business down .with 12th. Tho Hartford lco Company will Inplenty for a pound any old time. ing. After giving himself as a ser- GO's, now take G or S feet of log Mr. Martin D. Thomas has pur. J. C. ILER crease Its capacity from C to IS itons Shut up, of cour o his going into d chased a interest in tho business Juts nothing to do with the vant of tho people for eight years chain and fasten to your clcavlses this spring. ALLISON BARNETT ho was willing, yes anxious, to serve and uso stretcher with grab hook so , Thomas Bros, Clrocery store on (Main Mr. W. A. Wllkorson, proprietor street. Tho firm iwjll bo composed of matter. four moro yoars as 'county Judge, ibut that you can hook anywhere on the,; Truly, tho people woud not permit the cluiln so as to give tho desired unKle, Homo Restaurant, "was la l.eltch-flel- d J. C. Thomas, E. I Thomas and M. THE WH1TTLER. TuetUay. Drivo out anytlmo thut the road Is sacrlflco. D. Thomas. The, Squire asks If 1 am willing not frozen, tako the left hand ditch " , In Mr. T. 11. Mack has purchased a Attorney E. 31. Woodward was Methodist Revival. to slvo a weeks work on the roads running your drag almost Bt,ralnlit, and LouisvlUo on busi- half Interest In J. C. tier's grocery Etausvillo Pastor Napier .began u sorles of 1 answer, no. and rldo on it so that it will tut, store on .Mala street. The business meetings for tho M. E. Church, S. with hand and team, ness recently. I am not as patriotic as ho. 1 have drive as fur as you llko aiU come will bo run under thq Hi in namq Ilor Wo Just love to servo you. at ''o court houso Sunday. Rqv. A. never offered mybolf as a servant back .on tho other sldo and stop & Ulack. It is tho Intention to carry City Restaurant, P. Lyons, of Louisville, arrived Tues of tho people uud do not want any where you started in and move over bonio now lines. day und Js conducting the services. office, oxcept that of "finance coin- - hook do your right on jour chain so 5 James Lyons, Proprietor. M. A. FAUCIIT. Mgr. Mr. W. A. WUkerson Is again In the Hq Is an ablo prcachur uWl bi'llocb and mlsslonor,'' and I don't suppose there as to havo a Jlttlo legs angle, now Fresh ledjli'mFolncklefl restaurant business. Ho Is in the old lu uio old tlmo gosjiei. ills sermons js auy Saucr Kraut, just opened at Moore's aCauc. Realty I don't think drive so as to catch tho mWl that Rosenblatt stand next door to the are spiritual and helpful to uU who it ought to bo Meat Market. hatd to borrow money you brought out of the ditch, work KY. Hank of Hartford. Ho Is an exper- hear them. Rov. Russell, pastor atat 7 par cent with tho county as as long us you please, tho more you W. Foill aro Alio Dr. andMrs.E. ienced man uud can servo tho public Heaver Dam, delivered a fine sermon security, and the pay seoms pretty do thu botjer. proud irarcnts or a now girl, born In a satisfactory manner, filvo him Factory Representative aionday night. Iho attendnneo lsg0od so It looks Inviting .to nio. Thoro is no quo&tlon but wiiat T Monday afternoon. a call for High Grade fcil and prospects splendid for a j i "didn't aceuiso anyone of stealing, thesQ drags will do a. grevit amount Mr John Raymond of" Hartford Good MuguKlnus should be regular great meeting. All dunomlnatiuns certainly not Judira Taylor or C'laudo of gojl, the bolter the greUnd. is, Z Route, C lobt a. valuable horso Tuagday visitors to evory home. Ilr & Harriott are Invited to tako part. Tho iuiumc smlUi. Hut 1 claim that tho county thei bottpr. That Is the time to scoop Pianos, Planer Pianos by spasmodic colic. are thu exclusive- agents lu Hart- Is bolng couduoteld by thu regular has not gotten uluu received for out Uio ditches und shove thej mud Mr. R. T. Collins returned from ford and vicinity and will tuka treat oliolr leader, Prof. W. J. Uean. money aiiU. On wuold think from ot tho center, and then watch tho a busliMMW trip to various paints In pleasure in handling your oidor. and Organs "J tid" Miles' tetter Utat crater trlfjklf awes- - I hare been woik-Write, for catalogue nnd other inIndiana Wedneeiluy. Baskot Ball at Beavef Dam. he had for nothing. But I lug soniothliuc over 2 mile pf road formation. a Friday night, March 0, bio i.i iwl flwi 1" dr' LA TEST SHEET MVSIC. sunty d'l!ara u 'Jjid Mr. Hi.ll ha ben worfcjug a Jlr. Kurt Rarijee .i J up Eiiibij and A lri w ..! ji U, t I oin. with lloowr Urns., bo H'.ik', Uuiu sud GroenvIUu lut i.i ' j. TUle cri r 110,1 unii.unt. Tbeio 1 mkt ii ir in i - lis will el.iaii ui ii. awi lJ.i i' i Jll 1.0 I ,nl .'i u i' . i . WOrtW'dt i'roid. m. tf I ' J .1.0. lO! a ' j Kttlknfc ol k .iiu.iiiB watir on thM Writs Us for Catalogues and ' " .1 . II . m i i i .u'j r i l.u, lui- - k. J - tu an l ulio Ulij j, ud ,;ju.o U jii ii , U Mi' ' Mrs .l1 I Ol. Pricos. Easy Payments, U.vi II ) . .L. ..I ' Ulv.iiii4u Uuieated Urav'vi iA...i ... Mrs. Dr. J. A. . . WLik and Uds is on cliauce lu. i 'J 1,'l.t uftir- - juried In a frhudly av'.t i(ho W mi: ; i oi , o j ii.n't K culj a.. i y It J JiC. la tl ' lOJ i it C !i t'l n h.Jl I.. b.i. ii.e J) j l d. .. ,i i . ' .. i .11 .. -. cut. eli i i it con. road tlmo tabic has been made. No. 113 Is now ituo to arrive at 1: 10 p. FRIDAY, MARCH C. in. instead of 1:IG p. in. Messrs. E. W. Jackson, pf Reaver M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Dam; Clinton Rowe, Centcrtown Sam Slivaer nii K. C. Uaird, Ueda, were at Hartford, Ky. among our callers Monday. U. & N. time card effcctlvo Monday Aug. 21st. When In town don't fall to rail No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. at 4ho W. A. Wllkcrsou Restaurant (Rosenblatts old stand) next door to dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Hound duo 2:20 p. m. Dank of Hartford. Meals served at all hours. daily except Sunday. No. 115 South Hound duo 8:45 a. m. Mr. J. W. ,Marks will leave tho dally except Sunday. i, flnst of next week for St. Petersburg, No. 113 South Mound duo 1:10 p. m. Flu., when) lie will probably be endally except Sunday. gaged In railroad construction work II. E. MISCHKE, Agt. for some time. ro Hartford Republican. Tho WJilttler wishes to express his thanks and appreciation to thq Sher iff's Office, for thQ very nice aijd assortment of fruit sent us in care of The Republican. One of Tho Republican's force happened to run across us on that day and told us we were wanted at tho office. Of coursq wo proceeded to the office, and you may know that wo were very much surprised, arid I may add, we wore twice surprised, onco at the gift, and again at receiving It, com ing as It did, thru the bands of the Offico Dcvjl and others. Again we thank tho Sheriff's Office for the kindly remembrance. House and Lot For Sale. cottage, lafl?e lot, well Improved, balf square of College. Call on or address, HOOKER WIIJJAMS, 3U4. Hartford, Ky. Good The famous Kitselman woven wire fence, and. barbed wire, can bo had in most any style, that you may be In need of at Likens & Acton's. Notice. f most complete, nicest and most up-t- o dace line we liave liad since the establishment of our business and feel safe in stating X to you that we' are able to quote you the lowest ' prices to be had. Call and let us show ' you our line. i Likens & Acton MAGAZINES ! J ALL KINDS Ordered ! i one-thir- . J J II li if HARTFORD, t J i j - hnsVutl sirtl I J ; n-- I a.r '..:'', ' ', ' 1! I ' I ple-uta- 1 '. 1 ..11 L I v. 1 ..'... ttrtttt-- t ! BERRY, THE HANGMAN. 61111, NOT A GOOD JAILER. AFRAID OF THE DENTIST? .a&jiiw. How He Got HI Grewsome Offico and Why He Resigned It. Ilcrrj. tlio ruinous lincH-d- i hangman, hud nn extraordinary cnrocr. Ho worked us n cnrpi'titor, engineer mid printer before Joining (lie pollen force. Ho knew his predecessors, .Miirwood mid Culcroff, nnd secured Hie pott of hung applicants. It Is said mnn out of that Uerry was etitweii as hangman by the sheriffs of London through an answer he gave, to 11 ipiestlon about bung man he knew to he Innocent. ing "Would you haiif; Hint gentleman over there?" he was nskoil. After looking at the councilor, a venerable. gray lioardcd figure, Ilerry Is alleged to have replied: "1 would hung the lot of you. The crime would not uo mine, 11 I I j but the law's." And yet Uerry dually pave up hi office as hangnfan bccutiru the execution by him of two innocent persons Cot on his nerves. The first case was that of a farm lad. need about eighteen, accused of shoot-In- s a policeman. The boy proteted his innocence to Uerry up to the last moment, but was duly executed. F onie time after this Uerry hanged the Neth-crbhall murderers, one of whom Just liefore ho died told Uerry that it was lie who had shot the policeman for which crime the boy had been executed. The second case was that of Mary Loffley of Lincolnshire, who was accused of poisoning her husband with nrscnlc. She. too. protested her innocence, but was hanged. Some years Jater n farmer dying of cancer confessed tiio crime. He said he had had n quarrel with John Lcllley. and when both John and Mary were out he had entered their cottage and put arsenic in n milk pudding which had been prepared for John Lellley's dinner. Jt was on account of these two grave miscarriages of Justice that Uerry ultimately turned evangelist. He was persuaded to go to a mission meeting at Bradford and there announced his conversion. London y Tit-Bit- ', GEMS IN A VACUUM. Native Home of the Novel. England is the native home of the novel, ns is Normandy of the apple or Valencia of the orange. Why? That question can he answered only in n Conoy Island. Ireland's Coney Island is a good old Irish large volume or In n,slngle word. Let name, which Mill be news to a vast us answer It In a word. Lord Itcdes-dal- e has already suggested the answer majority of people who visit that part of tbe greater city. Brooklyn news- to us. It Is that the novel is In its napapers have asserted the name was ture Intimate, cordial and homely mid e ndopted from small animals which that tlio English mind Is homely. and cordial. Auatolc France in made their homes In tbe sand. But the will of VNcount Charlemont, who a London Address. died last summer, aged clghty-tlirce- . Rinse the Lamp Every Two Weeks. directs that he shall bo buried at CoTo keep a lamp in good coudltion tlio ney Island. IOiigh Kcngh. Ireland, and provides nn annuity for the upkeep of oil should be entirely emptied out at tbe "old tower," which had been In feast every two weeks. Itluso every tbe possession of his family many gen- particle of sediment from the bowl of tbo lamp with a little cleau oil. Never erations. New York Post. use water for this, for even a drop will cause the flame to sputter. After Warm Suggestion, Crusty Customer Gimme a pound 0' cleaning every part thoroughly, refill the bowl with dl, to which u little salt nlpbur. How much Is It? Druggist Fifteen cents n pound. Crusty Cus- has been added to make a more briltomer What! Hang it. man, 1 can get liant light. Country Gentleman. Jt across the street for 10 cents. Drug-gif- t Mean Man. fln dlsgustl Yes. and there's So you think your next Edwards Wi'oce where you can get it for notli lng. Kansas City Star. door neighbor Is mean? .Matchell Of course I think lie Is menu. Wouldn't you think lilm mean if he killed his The Duchess' Philosophy, Tbe old Duchess of Cleveland Invit- rooster, which had wakeued you and ed a relative to her husband's funeral kept you awake every morning for two and told him to bring his gun with years, tlio very night before you wnut-e- d to catch n 2:10 a. m. train? Judge. when ho came, adding, "We are hi old, we must die. but the pheasants A Possible Reason. Algernon West' Must he shoU"-- Slr Borelelch int 1110 In the evening) Reminiscences. I love that dreamy look lu your eye. ' 1 bare never been It In any other Outstripped It. "As I recall things, you once had a girls. u PerMiss Bright future before you." said the old friend haps you don't istlfllng lateyawn) them stay ns with "Vex." replied the fnlo Invod mnn you do here. Boston Transcript. "but. you seo. I lit oil so fast that I as t;ot ahead of It." Do not allow Idleiici to deceive you. for. while you .lo I1I11 tod ly, ho Wl- -I th are not Conscle: til W fro- -l Ui'i He i's t '' 'i Intl-mnt11 111 They Take on an Added Brilliance and Fairly Glow. Tbe Jewelers of ancient Egypt knew more than modem craftsmen about treating gems so that they would Jibine and sparkle. Such gems as the emerald, garnet and Jacinth were livelier and more luminous in tbe days of tbe Ptolemies than they can be made today. It is known that tbe diamond. Tuby. emerald and kunzite become more phosphorescent or duorescent under certain circumstances. Gems exhibit tbe liveliest phosphorescence In vacuum tubes. Even in rarefied air some diamonds give out a blue light, which Is not present in a denser atmosphere. In a vacuum a diamond of four or five karats gives as much light as a candle. The color of the light differs not only with the origin of tbe diamond, but with the facets of the same diamond. Maske-Jjn- e made a collection of diamonds which glowed In a vacuum with nearly nil tbe colors of the spectrum. An uncut (tone which was roughly cube shape, with truncated corners and edges, emitted orange yellow light from tbe faces of the cube, pale yellow from the corners, and lemon yellow from tbe flat edges. Next to tbe diamond stands the ruby as highly phosphorescent In n vacuum. Tbe ruby emits a beautiful red light, us though It were Incandescent. Kuu-sit- e sblnes with a golden yellow or yellow tinged with rose. Tlio emerald bines with a crimson light. The name gems become phosphorescent under the influence of radium. The ultraviolet rays also produce luminosity In gems. It is well known that rubles from the mines of Burma nre more valuable than those from neighboring Slam. Ex- ternallr thev look much alike, but un der the ultraviolet rays the Burmese tstoues which are called oriental rubles glow llko red ombeis. while the Siamese rubies look almost black. Independent. -- the Burman Sentry Wa Somewhat In a Quandary. Tlio warders In Huriucso Julia nro nearly nlwnyt" men from the Punjiib nml nortliern India They nre Inrgc mid lUiuctilnr. but tlio piltielpal reason for selecting them Is tliut tliey nre not Huddlilsts. Tlio Illinium Is sometimes employed ns ti wnrder, Imt Ids Iluil- ,11.1,. (..im.tition often mie his nreju ,.0Mon with his olll iicv! u, t.olno clal duties, as In the case of one wnrder A phoongypo. or Buddhist prlot. In Jail for Mealing, had been placed In solitary confinement for 'disobeying the prison rules. Ills Influence ns u priest had iorsuaded a LUkiniin warder to nuts, vrhlrli. procure him .kome being discovered in bis possession, caused ids punishment. The stone cell In which the priest was confined had plunk supported ut both ends by Insertion luto slots In tlio walls. The plank served as u bod, and at night tlio priest jumped on it again aiM again In order to force the ends out of the shallow sockets. The Uunr.aii sentry pcejied into tbo aperture of the door and asked him to desist. The convict replied that he was a priest and. ns such, forbidden to sloop upon n raised bed. By this time lie had got the board free and, to disarm the sentry's suspicions, lay down upon it and feigned sleep. The sentry returned to his post, but n few hours later he was alarmed to see the phoongyee walking softly down the passage. He had used the board as a lever to force out two of the bars in the door and had mnnaged to squeeze himself through the aperture. The sentry, n Iluddlilst. wns embarrassed. To lay violent hands upon tbo holy convict was out of the question: to allow him to escape would bring punishment upon himself. As (he passage doors were locked and the priest safe for the present, the sentry ventured to remonstrate with bis charge on the impropriety of his behavior. The tramp of the relief guard was beard outside. The sentry knelt and implored the priest to return to his coll. Tbe door opened upon the tableau a uniformed sentry in un attitude of supplication before a convict The Punjabese who formed the relief guard, not being Buddhists, bad no respect for pboongyees. The convict priest was promptly bundled into a new cell. Boston Herald. 11 Here Are Somo Hints That May Help You Through Your Ordoal. Everybody dreads the dentist. Tlio bravest heart quails nt the thought of the mini with the forceps. One who has been through tunny trying experience with the dentist and who has study of ellicloncy In nil direcniudo 11 7i& Directory County Ohio lj 'JPU3 rj a 3 S Bf.Sf iiX at N.V. tions claims to have made some discoveries that ought to be helpful to all. Ifoe nre some of his suggestions. Vour siege In the dentist chair will bo creatlyVghteiied If you will remember 11 few tilings: Keep the throat moist by gargling from time to time as you sit In the chair with water mixed with some an tiseptic preparation of an ordinary diameter such as eery dentist has at hand. It is not a bad Idea before you go to a dentist to t.ike a bit of chewing gum in the mouth to promote 11 free How of saliva, if the gum has a flavor, that will be helpful and will cheek the tendency to dryness of the throat and the tickling solvation that follows. Carry large handkerchief with perfume or cologne on It. which you can hold in your hand and Inhal6 the mocologne whencter you have ment's rest. You will tlnd It very refreshing. While the dentNt is at work the handkerchief will give your lingers something to clasp. This may help to divert your attention from the work 911 your teeth. Believe the strain upon your throat nt every opportunity while the dentist is changing his instruments by lifting your head from the chair for oven a single moment and taking n deep breath. Shut your eyes and think of some problem, some particular friend or of some one in whom you nre deeply interested. This will divert your thought from the dentist's work. Uenicmber that most of the pain we In these days fear we can escape. dentistry Is less painful than ever before. It will probably never be entirely painless, yet much of the work of the dentist Is now done without inflicting pain, though, of course, it is always unpleasant to have any one operating with steel instruments in your mouth. If a painful moment comes while you are bitting In the chair you can relieve It instantly by taking a long Try it and see. Leslie's breath. 11 11 Circuit Court -- T. F. Blrkheaid, Judge; Ben D. Hlngo, Attornuy; W. V. Mldklff, Jailer; 15. 0. Barrasa, Attorney Law Clerk; 15. E. Ulrkheml, Master Com- 'mlssloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee HAItTI'OItD, KV. Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, tatierui. Deputies -- $. A. Ilmtchor; Hartford. nfrlen ilitimtlcH Mrs. K. O. KcoVtll nlld Will practice bis profession In Uii Ollnioro Keown. Court couciicb first and Adjoining countios. ComiuorehU Monday in February and contlnucu and Criminal PmcUce n Specialty. three verk: third Alnmlav in Alirll. two wcjoKs; third .Monday In Oetoher, j I Otto C. Martin ir.i In a city vrhcte coo-- J tali's nfciund, the PcvrlisUa hu)i liu list. It is firit In the hurts o! It: countrymen. - rr .r.n ..- - ' iui mikes it a rtrsirabh-- htd",uac lers (or bridal couple, tourist i, ccnvcnticns, Schools cr.d igIIcccs. , iftnle f n'tiir nml ,4,.,a.ir! sn.l Iirnlmitv Irt t.fp Navv Derailments also to many c.f points irtcc-t- , liutoricil maxes mis noiei neecixiy at tractive to i ditciimmatin; pud-li- The TowlTitan is trfincl, c. tlu .c, end rtstfitl. It- c.-e- l lent location en rrr.i'f'vnr-Aenuc, IStli ami If iMtcttn, 11. Wilson,' County Court-Jo- hn Judge; U C. lllnnkeiisliJp, Clerk; V. L Smith. Attorney. Hartford. Court couvsnc!) first .Mondce' In eaeli month. Quarterly Court Drains - on tlio first .Mounny In every month. t Court of Calms Convenes iirni Tuesday in January and first Tues- day In October. Other County Officers- - C, S. Mo- Ky., It. liy, Surveyor, ,l'oilslile, F. D. No. 2; Tom nines, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Sliults, Superln- tenueiit, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Ulley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II Denton, Hoad Engineer, Hartford. ' Ocl TITOS 06 Smitl) s, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Wttwra. W. II. UarnH mid C. E. Sniitii announce that llwy liave form- .1 iwrtn.Tf.Uldi for the g'lier.il prao- tJrn- nf Lirr , ,vn mt--- mt!tiiiimlI- nnd dlror " " cus, Mr. Smith balng County Attorney Is iiruventcd from practicing suc)i cchvs. Mr. D.iriHU will individually In OCfioti accent fcuch practice. Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K" -.--- justices' courrs. lif $2.00 The Powhatan efftra toor-- s vitli detached bath at Si. SO, and vp. Reomi urito pri-Jt- e bath, Z.i0. SJ.CO and jp Write for bcoklet with irtp. WIS cz.:Fron: m. Manacer. w li iH'ii'iHifi'FfnitiiiriLi-ir- a"l x HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned ! Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Weekly. HAND AND MOUTH. Led Up to a Fall. Anticlimax frequently occurs in the literary efforts of natives in India, particularly when they have occasion to petition Europeans for favors. The following is a fair example: TV"H1 the presence, whose reputation for Justice is known from east to west and whose countenance spreads Joy among his Inferiors, who nre n the sands of the seashore in number, graciously deign to take but an instant's notice of him who lias the almost delirious honor to mime himself as one of the mo- -t unworthy among tbe servants of the protector of the poor, and will the favorite son of the Lord of the universe magnanimously overlook the amazing presumption in asking him for the payment of a bill of two annas for hen feed?" Chicago Itccord-HcralDo you "Hey! t'ink you own th' street?" "Go on. you big stiff: You got about as much brains as a weasel!" "Comedown hero and I'll lick you!" "You couldn't lick a postage stamp, you boob!" Life on Broadway. Git outer th way! I Sit behind the motormnn on a Uroad-wacar some afternoon and this Is some of the repartee you will hear between tiie truck driver who Insi-t- s on sticking to tlio car tracks and the mo tormnn trvliur to keen to schedule. Of course nothing serious happens. Thero are lots of "cops" along Broadway, good big ones. New York Tribune, y Feel rij;ht all the time. Don't lay oil from work for days by taking calomel keeps you when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x on your feet, while relicvingyour trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Den't take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It will won't be long before Uo Ver-io- x completely tfisplaco calomel in ever.l home. Children can tnkc it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle Guarull, isn't It?" New York Sun. after anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and signaA Fable, Partly. ture of L. K. Grimsby. For sale by A fox met 11 monkey, "Why is it," J. II. WII.MAJIS, - Hartford, Ky. said the fox, "that human beings like you and don't like me? We tire both thieves by nature and yet they bunt me with dogs, but make a pet of you." "The answer Is easy," answered the monkey. "True, we nre both thieves, and you are wiser than I nm, but 1 make 'em laugh, and they don't care whether I steul or not. and they don't care whether 1 am a fool or not" Cleveland Plain Dealer. Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration end female Inside Information. weaknesses they oro the supreme "Father." said little Hollo, "what Is remedy, ad" thousands have testified. appendicitis?" FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND "Appendicitis, my son." answered the STOMACH TROUBLE deep thinking father. "ls something 5 it is the best medicine ever sold that enables n doctor to open up a I over a druegist'o counter. man's anatomy nml removo his entire n?.iaesi.voB3tBnnxamum bank account." Ladles' Hume Journal. Teste Two Managers Used to Get the Right Kind of Employees. "How do you pick out your stenographers? By their clothes or for their looks?" asked the sales manager of tbe correspondence man. "By neither. Just by their bands. I look at those much more carefully than I do nt their faces. A combination of rings and ink stains, or rings and carelessly kept nails, means' that the girl cannot have the Job. "It Is simple enough when you come to think of It The girl who takes pains to keep her bauds Immaculate and her nails trimmed will turn out letters that are Just as carefully ueat. If she has a white, clean, well kept hand she will be a good employee, and you nre welcome to the information. It took me some years to discover it for myself. How do you pick out your salesmen?" "Not by their hands," laughed the sales manager, "but by another physical characteristic. I pick them out by their mouths. "Every man who applies has recommendations. I never read them. If n man's Jaws close with a snap when he talks that man has opinions that are strong and can put up a good argument. He will put up n good argument with our customers and a convincing one. "On the other band, if he closes his mouth loosely or his Jaws wabble when he finishes a sentence ho will put up a lame and uncertain line of argument with an obstinate customer, and obstinate customers nro the ones we are after. Take a look at the Jaws of the men who have been great vote getters and politicians, and you will see what I mean. It's a simple thing special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Glut), ST. Ladies work given GUNTIIKIt BLD(1.,CEXTEI5 HARTFORD, KY. USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Electric Bitters SEEDS .... ""' lI-.l,?AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. ttu iur amnio copy. Queered Herself. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS State Officers- - President, J. 11. "Do you permit old ladles to kiss Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presi- II 11 'iV?0""' i1'0!11 bJ,nK Premium catalojjue prize oilers. Address your baby?" asked the one who was dent, J. 11. Uuruey, Muhlenberg Co.; IKE KcCAU CO, KS U Ut W. J7Ui SI, NEW YOB . Buckbce'i "Full ot Life" Northern GroM Secretary & Trcas., S. D. still trying to appear girlish. Robertson, years at PcJigrrol Seeds liave a reputation ci 38 "Oh. yes." replied the proud young jucrcstful seed growing behind thtm. It pais ta Calhoun, Ky.; Orgunlzcr, T. ll. Maintain, Hartford, Ky. mother. "Go ahead mid give the little Slant the belt, Specialties: seasonable Members Stato Executive Hoard dear a smack." Chicago Itecord-Iler-aiBUANS . Don Watson, Webster county; J. W. Earliest Red Valentine . jjo Bushel , . Jj.jj bushel Kefueee Kxtra Karly Dunn, Daviess county; Ibjnry Plrtle, aho THE New Stringless Crctn Toil . J3.70 liushel Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin counWardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax J4.50 lluslitl Foretelling the Future. ty; C. G. Davenportt, Wurreu county. Davis New White Wax . . J.J3 Bushel Mrs. do Style So your baby girl Is Cutrie's Kust (Tool Wax . h jo Bushel Ohio County Officers S. L. SlovVITH three weeks old. My. how time files! , PEAS Henry Plrtle, Secens, President; Rxtra Early Alaska . . . $3.50 Bushel Mrs. (iuiibustii-Ye- s. In .lust think retary; S. E. Dennett, Treasurer. New Early Gradus $550 Bushel thirty years from now she will be Hertford's Market Garden . jjo Bushel COUNTY UOARD OK EDUCATION. CO Bushel lluckbee's Lightnng Express twenty-on- e years old! Osnu Shults, Chnirniun, Hartford, Lettuce, Rttdlih, Tomtto and a lull line d Ky. jv'tii., Plants and Bulbs at luwest growing prices. PHIPTS 1. O. h. Terry. Hartford, Ky. FOR n.'im lur complete catalogue or suumu a list of Rubber From Lettuce. your requirements and u Hi quote pnrek. T..!?flft..?I. T. J. Brooks, FordsWIle, Ky. Ilubber of good quality can be made Buy direct from the grower Sa e Money. Ira Uozarth, Olaton, Ky. Write today. Mention this paper. from wild lettuce, one species of which 4. II. O. Autry, Halnetott 11, Ky. , C UAH VT1-- ! nTZiFTZSTTZXTZ." contains 'J ID nml nuothcr 1CS per cent E, U Austin, Prentiss. K OTi T 'i.r.tt-- wo.vji.4; of it IOCS BvUbcc St., Rockfra Utt riras. RcUford.a I tir.l',- -l 0. J. L. Brown, RocUnoit, Ky. y, "--- 71 Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d Monday in .March, Tuesday sifter ad Monday In June, Tuesday after od Monday In September, Tuesday after d .Monday In December. K. A. McDanlel, Koeknort, Friday after ;!d Monday In .March, Frldn after ad Monjduy in June, Friday after i!d Monday In Soiitciulicr, Friday after 2d .Monday in De v cember. S. V. taach. Cromwell. Wednesday after i!d Monday In March,, Wednesday after Cd Monday lu June. Wednesday after 3d .Moifdny In September, Wcdnesilny after 3d Mon day In December. K. C. Ticho'nor, Ccntortown, Sat urday after od Mot Hay lu .March, Saturday after .Id Monday lu June, Saturday nfter od Monday in teniucr, Saturday alter 3d in December. Tuesday Wlnson Smith, Select, after I'd Monday in .March, Tuesday after 2d .Monday in .May, Tuesday after 3d Monday Mn August, Tues- klay after 2d Monday in November. Wc4- Dumtco, W. S. Dean, ncl&lay after tlio second Monday In Mnrch, Wednesday after Jl .Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday in August, Wednesday after 2d .Monday In Xovomber. Den F. Uice, Fondsville, Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, Thurs day after 2d Monday in May. Thurs day after 2d .Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In November. Den W. Taylor, Hartford,, ttoute C, Friday after 2d Monday in March, jFrhJay after 2d .Monday In May. Fri day after 3d Monday In August, Friday nfter 2d Monday In November. HAItTFORD POLICE COUItT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Foglc, City Attorney; J. 1'. Stevens, Marshal; Court concnes secoiU Monday in each month. City Council J. C. Her, Major; It. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Dean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. lkti-net- t. Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Fate. J. D. Ralph, A. O. Yciser. W. II. Gillespie. School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chairman; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. El'ls. REUUIOUS SERVICES. E, M. Church, South Services morning and evening eveity first and third Sunday In each month. Sunday school lt:45 a. 111. 1'rayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Itev. U. W. Napier, pastor Daptlst Church Services morning anjj evening every second and fourth Sunday in each mouth. Sunday school U:43 a. 111. 1'rayer meeting oery Wednesday evtmlng. Rev. A. S. Fettle, pastor. Christian Church ScrWcrs every third and fourth Sunday at 11 u. 111. I 7 p. in. Sunday school 'J:3U u. in. nil. Elder Gwinn, pastLr. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford I.odgo No, 07.", F. and A. M. meets evory first Monday night In each month. W. S. Stevens". W. M.; Owa-- i Hunter, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. SI O. E. S. meets every second and fourth M011-- J. day evenings, .Mrs. II. Williams, W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W !': Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights or I'yinias meets every Tuesday evening. J no. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. Hedrlek, K. of It. & S. Hartford Tent No. iiU. K. O. T. M. incuts every first and third Thursday nights. II. T. Collins, Commander; E. I .Moore. RccoiU Keeper. Acme Lodge No. 33u I. O. O. F. moots every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble (Jrand; W. ll. Hedrlek, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meuts every second and fourth nights in each month. Tom Williams, Council Comniandor;, W. C. Wallace. Clerk. Sunshlno Hivo No. 12, L. O. T. M., moots every first and third Friday nights in each mouth. Mrs. Attju Griffin, Commander; Mrs. ii. E. Mlschke, l.ady Record Keeper. Koj stone Chapter No. 110. it. A. M., meets every thhU Saturday nlfiht lu each month. John T. Moore High Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. Sat-uifJ- ay ARTHUR ASSOCIATED D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. HARTFORD, WITH M. L. HEAVRlN This office Is equipped for handling Commercial Law and Collection Items ns well us other legal and litigated matters. Practice In all the courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrln's Office. y T.WADESTRATTON CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice his profession In thin nnd adjoining counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practtco n Prompt Specialty. and vigorous ., service. Attornoy at Law I AM PREPARED To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. 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This Starck I'lano must make good with you, or there Is no sal;. 1t U V IfiiAVe' EJMilW rilLE. CBEE TDIAI iniHILi IH YOUR OWHHQME Save $150.00 or Mora to yon from our factory, r.l plicv tlul uu luiiuimjid of $150.00 in tits I your p'...ii. ml a Ik Hi r piano for We jiuMMre to furnlih the iionry than joii ran Too You are assure! of r.tIT.ntf r i Iwwlir-r;Mthfictcry twut tonnl durable high triJ-- p Otn-c-t Easy Payments Tou pay no cjIi dou-n- , hut after 33 days ot trial, m ran begin payment on the lowest, rifiK-- .t term. err mirifestiil by a piano nuiuifaeiiiriT, Tlics trnns aie iiranfc-lo mit jwir itHivenlriire, ami it U pouiMe for )"U ta lny n r'ii" for jour home, ntthout ril.M' ir tl" money. . Jili alio. 25-Ye- ar Guarantee raw ot U.io awl lite nn oMc.talilli'ird, piano houe. diurcK os Player-Piano- s lrty Start!; ru antcctl (or This purniitie 1 It our 35 2' jtsrs. l.a Inc: I'lino Is 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains it liainl umhI Flayer-Pian- a mul op.-rlmc- istlon ft 60 Free Music Lessons T.i ncrj- - pnrcluvr of free 8Urc!c I'lano. w tnutlo lessoni. In one of tbe twit known schools in t'lilraeo. Those Iewin )ou ran take lu your oun hAine, srrninl-liaiii- l pianos of oH in e rariLrd nukia elianji. for nw Rtnnk PlanJ aftd (!) i MMjikm. The follow. In? are a few 3L"?l.- UiwjI i luo cuinuntlt on nightly large t imUrr We uni Weber Stcinway le Chickerics Kimball Starck $110.00 03.00 90.03 05.00 105.00 j are the k"st cnl mot lieantl-li.- l I'layrr l'ljmx on the Von will be nmrVfl. with the many fratnrri of tlicse wonderful Instn'mcnt", unJ ulll lie plf.isol with tlio wry low prices at ttblcli taey can lie rctirej. Stank Piano Boo!; liOuk wliicli gives Send today for our new beautifully illuitiatid piano Fret you one ty mail. Thli represents jvir's free Infraction. Scmt for our latest complete iecond hand bargain 1I.U large amount ot lnfonna tlon regarding pianos. This book will interest anj please you. Write today. a P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1313 Starck Bid,., CHICAGO Did You Know That We Are Giving Away Another Writing In Harper's Magazine, Nor-maDuncan tells of his first experience with the whirlwinds of tho Australian desert: "All at once n diminutive whirlwind took life under our very feet nnd went swishing nnd swirling to the cast. " 'Wlinfs that?' cried the artist, astounded. ber hot water bottle, ii contrivance "It might have been a partridge quite unknown lu Indlit. , The young mnn retired, undressed whirring to new cover. "A little willy willy.' said the bush-magot Into bed. As he did so his nnd feet encountered n smooth, wnrm ob"It wns n slngulnr phenomenon, its ject which he supposed to lie some kind of tiiilmnl. lu terror he leaped force nnd activity were amazing, nnd from the bed and groped nbout for the noise it made the swish and hum tho light. Unaccustomed to his sur- nnd crackle of It astonished us no roundings, he was n long time In find- less. We watched Its erratic course. ing It, nnd nt every step he trembled Its outline wns definite. Its path no lest the unknown creature should k man could guess. And it moved swiftly, only occasionally stopping in Indehim. top. it (hii'ti'd, it At length he found the light - nnd cision to spin like n looked" about vainly for a weapon.- Be swerved. It circled. Had It returned was on the point or calling for help upon its tracks anil there was no that It would not Immediately when he thought of trying tho closet. There he funnel several canes. Ho se- do so we shnild have taken to our lected the stoutest of them and re- heels! It wns so visible and small that, having short warning, we might solved to try conclusions with the Inhnve leaped aside nnd escaped. And truder. tho 'jed. n man would earnestly desire to elude He approached the foot of It where lie was somewhat protected by It It had n fearsome violence; the footboard, nnd raised Ills weapon caught up the twigs; it scattered the gatherfor u speedy blow, while with his left pebbles; It tore at the scrub; It grasped the bedclothes nnd ed a cloud of dust. When nt last It hand he began cautiously to turn them down. vanished, a thick, red mist, high in Then, nerving himself for a Una! ef- the nlr, we laughed heartily nt, this fort, he tore the clothes from the bed comical little six foot cyclone, as we nnd struck viciously nt the round black were disposed to regard it "Traveling subsequently in tho midst object that he had exposed. One blow was enough to convince of a host of theso small winds, we had him that the "nnlmill" was lifeless nnd no laughter left. "Precisely speaking, the willy willies Ills terror gave always had been. amusement, and after lie had are those destructive cyclones which place to of bis Inugh o,ut he went back to bed and originate in the ocean to the north the continent and. blowing to the enjoyed undisturbed repose until southwest, fnll heavily on the northCompanion. erly Western Australian coast from December to March. On Ninety Mile LOUIS. STYLE IN OLD ST. bench, near Broome, the pearl Ushers cnll them Cockeyed Bobs, rive years Dreat of the Men and Women There In ugo two visitations of the willy willies Colonial Timet. sent sixty luggers to the bottom and Monette In bis history of the valley accounted for the disappearance of of tbe Mississippi tells of the habit of 300 men nnd more. It is now the cusdress which prevailed in St. Louis in tom of the pearlers to He discreetly in colonial days. Here is what be has to harbor during the willy willy season. say: K. however, the grent willy willy, in"The leggings were of coarse linen in stead of following the const line in a summer and of deerskin lu winter. southerly direction, deviates to the The principal garment for the men in east, ns sometimes happens, it crosses cold weather was generally a coarse the continent to'the great Australian blanket capote drawn over the shirt bight, on the south const, nnd Its and long vest The capote served the course Is murked by torrential rains. double purpose of cloak and bat for A fnll of as much as twenty-nin- e nnd the hood attached to the collar behind f inches has been recorded. All hung upon tbe buck and shoulders ns the dry lands where, too. we trava cape, and when desired It served to eledare in this way sometimes recover tbe whole head, nnd especially freshed." among the boatmen, voyugeurs and courseurs de bois the head was envelShe Made Her Point. oped in a blue handkerchief, turban-like- , "Dearie." said the young married ns a protection from the olnr man. "1 have to go to New York on heat and noxious Insects. hnsliipss It will only tike a day or so. "The same material, of lighter qual- nnd 1 hope you won't miss me too ity and fancy colors, wreathed with much while I'm gone, but' bright colored ribbons and sometimes "1 won't." answered his young wife (lowers, formed the fancy headdress of positively, "been use I'm going with on festive occasions. At thb females you." other times they also "used the hand"I wish you could, dear, but it won't kerchief In the more patriarchal style. bo convenient this time. What would 'The dress of the matrons was sim- you want to go for anyhow? I'm gople and plain. The old fashioned short ing to be too busy to be with you. Jacket and petticoat, varied to suit the nud' diversities of taste, was the common "I have to go. I need clothes." overdress of the women. The feet lu "But. darling, you can get all tbe winter were protected by Indian moc clothes you want right here on Euclid assins or the more unwieldy clog shoe. avenue." but In summer nnd in dry weather the "Thank you. That's all I wunted." foot was left uncovered and free ex Cleveland Plain Dealer. cept on festive occasions and holidays, when It was adorned with tbe light Logic Below Stairs. moccasin, gorgeously ornamented with A country gentleman recently had brilliants of porcupine quills, shells. bells, beads or lace lugeiilously wrought over his house tltted with electricservant,and. he or buckles and on the giving Instructions to his the front instead said. "Now, 1 wnut you to understand side flaps." St. Louis Times. me clearly. Joseph, that when 1 ring once I want you. and when 1 ring England's Mother Church." housemaid." The oldest frequented church lu Eng- twice I want Maggie, thenever moved. The bell rang. Joseph Canland Is probably St Miutlti's.'ut Maggie terbury, und you may call It tho moth- Presently It rang again, and who was very hurried er church of England. Walk up from nngry. to her master, that rascal Jo"Why didn't the outskirts of the city ami you will de1 pass the font which gave baptism to seph come when rang for him?' sir," "Why. 1 ".00 years ago. The manded the gentleman. King KUielbert Maggie. "Joseph wns busy font still stands, the worshipers still answered reading the paper when he heard the mount the slope, and one considers first ring, und he said to me. 'Now. whether It was Augustine oi llerthn Maggie, wult until master rings again, king nnd hatband to who dragged tbe and then it will be you he wants.' " that font London Answers. Pall Mull Gazette. n cor-tnlnt- y 's one-hal- The Creature In the Bed Didn't Attempt to Fight Baek. A .voting lllndpo telli mi iiiiiiiiIiik story of his llr.tt visit lo Lundou. Ills hostess, mindful of the Kicnt chmiRo in cllrante to which the tnivclcr Jintl been stibjetted. wished to make hint Accordns comfortnhle ns possible. ingly, when she prcpnretl his room for the night, she put Into bis bed it rub- Cy You IIMI. Need a Tonic There are times In every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardul is composed of purely vegetable Ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women In Its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Dujjui taKiiig caraui loaay. aoia oy ail dtaiers. Has Helped Thousands. ISM IIIII A ttention JAMES & CO., Pfrst Class Liverymen Centertown, Prompt Kentucky. and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald fl.3 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50- The Republican and Home and Farm The Republican and Twice - a-WeekOwensboroInquirer 1.75 3.59 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The kepublican ana JJany uwensDOro inquirer........ 3.50 O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Globe-Democrat Twice-a-We- ek Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards!i And I BARREL OF WHISKEY OR $05 IN CASH FREE i : One chance with every quart bought for cash, either mail orders or house purchases. The one we gave away nt Christinas went to Ohio county in the shape of $G0 in cash why not this one. Remember eyery quart bought elsewhere lessens your chance of making $05.00 easy. Owcnsboro, Ky. If you send for anything insist thoy come to us. Get our price list for your mail orders. Express prepaid. P. R. LANCASTER c$ CO. 310 W. Third Street OVER 05 YEARS' EXPERIENCE 1 ijgnjjH noavnie.HTa Ac. Anfone tending! kelrli nnd riV.crJellon inr w urint r nn HAItDUOOX cu I'a'tuu tlousa'rietlriontliteiillal. out f i no. Oldest ateiicr furwuriiieiiitniit. isrclaliioflLr. without Uin;(, lutlii TruoE Marks Dcsigns Scientific IT lllllSirniea wrriij, Ofrms. Mu. hit nHenUUi' JnurnaJ, twwKlealrra. l.i'iths.ll. Bgiaujall HiKerm inir.n X ,CQ.364B,.HewYgrft Jlw, ai V fc't.. WaibJMtuu, The Texas Woiulor euros kidney nn liUnltler tiimlilfH, illnsohoii gitivo), euros illtUtis, weak tail latuo backs, rhouiiiatlsin, (mil all Irregulurltiub of the Million and bladder lu both men and wouit'ii. I titillate- - bladder trou-bklu chllihvu .If not polti by jour drut'b'lst, will fecuU by mail on of $1.00. Onu Hiiiu)l botUo Is two months' treatment, and seldom lulls to ix'rftct u cure. Bond for from this and other htutos. Dr. i:. AV. Hall, 22(S Ol'lyu gta-ut- , St. Louis,. Mo. Sold by ,lrut;l4s. 20t33 f. re-ciii(- ' A Texas Wonder. Typhoid Fever. Anecdote With a Moral. Typhoid Is usually disseminated by "I used to know twin brothers. They means of impure water, milk or food youth, but alike in and soniettmcs by tiles, hut we must looked exactlygot rich, their while the other not forget thnt. ns Koch said, "there Is one of them disuo'other source of Infection of typhoid remained poor. One developed a always Is follow creatures of contented expression; the other Can man." It ours who tire responsible for its spread. looked tiappy." "Well, you enn't blame the poor Typhoid fever Is a disease of dirt. habits cwim typhoid fever, lie brother for looking discontented." "You have It twisted, it's the rich therefore clean and help others to be brother who looks discontented." eleau. Seattle All Treatment Experimental. Influence of Feminine Ores. All treatment, however carefully Few men realize the inlluemo that choMiu. Is In the nature of an experiment, writes Ir, l M. Saudwilh lu dress has upon them. .Man thinks that the Clinical .loiinial, for none .can he is tin unbiased being, open to conknow the exact effect of any treat- viction, to sound logic. Fond delusion! ment or drug on any Individual patient He is open lo nothing e.ie't lo the until he has tried It. A drug may suit eloquence of a few yard's of silk and ninety nine persons but be Injurious to the persuasion of soft laces. Lonto the one hundredth because of muiic don (iraphic. Idiosyncrasy. Too Swift For Him. "Do any of the good tilings you hope Football Language. euforty-four,- " "Fotir-olremarked for come to pass?" the halfback iMinrtler. They nil come to pass, but they "What's thMt,V luiiulretl (he ribbon come und p.tss o bloomln' swift I, clerk boarder can't grub 'em " Sattitd ty Journal. "Excuse inc. That's tho footbnll signal for tile forward pus. I'd like the ' Virtue of Hospitality. butter." Kansas City Journal. Hospitality solves and nitnuW even the mysterious antagonisms that exist; M!ed PraUe. between races. ThN glorious timfbeau-- t y. Customer-WhI thought you called If tj and sacrist rite makes all men blm "the colt?" Ostler-Su- re. I did. brothers. Kxchunc. ycr houor, and tlml's-ili- e name ho'" had for the Inst twenty yvats. ami lie thoughtthe If some btkks to It like a iobH'table luiste. lessly give felt otherspajn tbey they would never to very suae ua jutimelf- .- Loudon the feel well. Punch. I'll-clea- n c 1 other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. " BUCKBEE'S r BULBS Bt'lBS w SUCCEED. r f I miw BfnunmHii uw,.ti-,i- ... na, wwa, iniu ... --j.. nana. Ul ifl IftntaW. Uilt IVlla. Prr4 TuHi. vua, emu, mia vuhi MJaallttJm Ta, "4 UVAAAM EB T6 1'LKAftR Meallom tkla Paptr Writ ictoy k, A J tin HiVri ' moouf rttfundud. .i. rii.iKiouMBiUijtftici. JUH1CUU bUllVbllVHau ..i,tUM :..... UMtlltW U Tltl-t- trial HaiUf.utIirm a t ruuiif onuur rtomtit.will make you uu&rajiLutfd nt ru. 1 rAfdf, tA SPECIAL balld OFFER' limine. A1 tuUtt. rariU lljfr ave Mucy and Keep in Style by Reading McCall'a Magazine and Using McCall Patterns MtUi'sMiMilatnlll MfCAltS rMGMIHC liclii Jim dris m). ut u inixIci'i.D c .H.i-- t lv honiiii. )iui mimcmI I'll i!v IntuM lukliitiua In ."") Ladies! - tlmiu't aud l.'Jl. I.I I'atUaUa TUaf Knit iwitct.v .11', Abo ValurMu litfiijtilitl'Mi li rll Iidiiii.. ami rot,-)!-!- (Mill I toMIMrtBCtfe4rUat"4 I nuirmii"! V la fliaM Taint'"! U fMa ni'fiil,iH"aai OtilS-T- i HNl 3Hiwi ali itUaU awna ) . suhhii, luiraatn, ua m i& i jt t)HMUt, i "' n . l.tusr. (.. t a ;w jcar. linlinli!r, til.v lulu-Mi- . 3ai-uri- uht KUm i ihiowsi Waaiita wip('airitHf IMUI- - I Jit I 4Uf i tt'MMUat K'SaWlMMtilMIM bVjIL aaV & tk i .. .Iatlkulk -. mea Thta tbiua, lMMCIMIIt.- -. .H. 1. WWWl bocctou.iu. tot ircouinjilv ?;), McCall Palltru u lien.iM .Jim Imnvki. in four own tibinv l TVUlMl'f UUlt lllll't"ll ttlivli t.ill lu ktl.' ri.il f.i I'ii.v n ti i..'r Uium li cr t rrnu rrlii:i.ur.a.i.iik')yurtriii:.'. Swilfurjua I'lur.ili'rii I atHl.iKUK an J l'i'i!l Viitn OKtf. . we acux zn n2 wiu jt w o:c war-Mr- Wa V31 Cii rtul lbr fine l,i..lr:i Voo I'im toiit't . ...il.-.i- Fff.t.u lor'fet lint' Jli. Baking powder Is the Housewife's Greatest Help. light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? ROYAL WHAT so tempting toasthe a appetite Royal makes the perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and flour-food- s. healthf ulness of all risen same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect foods. d It renders the biscuit, diand short cake more gestible and nutritious, at the hot-brea- iways obtain thq roasonable price Dr. Warden on Roads. Oaatertown, Ky., March 2 Editors 'that should be sought in everything. IlnnuMI can Since writing tho article, The law provides that thq county title "On Tilie Road Question," nftid judge with consent of the Flisoal county Roaid pubUshtU on the 13th ult. and sign- Court shall appoint ed "S. P." 1 have learned jtliat some onslncer and that ho shall rccclv death." officials and others wljff have re- pay at a roasonable sum, as may be So he went downstairs and found an Insurance agent. New Yoik Globe. ceived money from the&inty, were fixed by the Fiscal Court. I do not tJjHtnrbed at the uiit!clo""and wejnt know how much cUl engineering Grote and Hit Wife. to rouble to loam 'Who .wrato it. I work of sunqylng and leveling of The wlfoof tin' liisinrlnn Grote must wrote it and I will not cause them road, requiring the services of one have been an cxtraoidtimry woman. INCORPORATED, sunh trouble again. Also I have been skilled in the work is needed in the She rode without n saddle, she was not tuU that tho "Finance Committee," county during a jear, but it does afraid to put off In a boat without a referred to in an article, title! "Wants not occur to nic tliat such work is man. ami she was plucky enough to ," marry her lover without permission needed often enough to justify the to Know" and slsncd "A Tax and return home without saying a and published on the. 20th ult. continued employment of a chil enword about it. Sydney Smith deseilbid gineer and in consequence a much "dunged mo uii" with writing it. this lady and her lord lu his Happy J did not write tho article ot "A less expensive man would do as woll fashion. "1 do like them both so much, Tm Pacr," aWJ I do not Know who and further 1 think all the roads for he- - Is ladylike, ami she Is a perfect sweeter when they do not use Ki Dean. W. S.. IVr dlom .. .. 9.00 did ajid In fact I did not Know there In tho county aro too much for one geiitluiiiau." fume. Davcniwrt, A. J R (J. Order man, and that the work and pay was fciich an office created as a No. 177& and Iat. It is hard for a joung ifollow to MJ.r.0 Committee" until alter 1 was bhoulJ be divided. Judge Wilson FOR FLETCHER'S He Was Serious. reallo but the fact of the matter is Uvcrl, A. A. & T J.. Ueud rather Jane, are that joung man's tliat uo woman can be a nitc and an informed tlu,t I was accused of writ- said here on the 10th ult. that the I bed 173.00 tlilul; Intentions sciionsV Daugliter ing A Ta Pajor's article. reals were In bad condition. Now 1 angel at one and the same time. Tanners & .Murchants IJank, in - ). p.i. He sas our c.ini.ige shed could Jloncver, 1 iivJorso in full, ever) think that so long as so much anoncy SINGING TO A PHONOGRAPH. You can't blame a woman for bc- lieu of P, C. OilJer 1"!7 I.OtiO.OO lie easily transformed into a gi'rage. ' goes to officers, just so long will iwnil of "A Ta-- Pacr'a" article, and the attic would make u il.uidj bll lug suspicious when she frisks her Partners & .Merchants Uank, l, 1 rcd it that thi3 rinanco we ,have inferior reads. I think the One of the Most Trying Ordeals In in Hard room and bowling alU-.- . Iluu-tu- n husband's clothes and finds a Ixjer 103.00 hit of P. t Order -J was juild $100. instead of $200. men who moe the 'dirt should hao Opera Artist's Career. Post. opener and a button hook on his Koj Hartrord Itepubllcan, Advcr-rinK- '. Specially etiiistiiit'ted violins cellos, Pa.ver" has it. I am Clio "road mono" aiid 1 am In fa"A Ta zti tlsouiciit, otc. 41.2r. The Art of Oratory. "A Tax 1'aje.r," I am greatly vor' of working to that end as fast tutus, drums and iced Instruments Theie may ho two Inclins of dust ' imiard, (icorgc. Pauper .... r.o.oo giving our "I suppose ,von have been a ic requited as niciiiiipaiilmciit to the I Kiirjrise at Uio amount of money It as possible. people out home something to think on tho P.unlly Ulble In tlio bouio. HartfoiU Mill Co, Glius, etc. Tho farmers know how to work gland opera singer when lie or she about?" tnluu to run the county ntii 1 would llut there Is alwab an awful scram- a.20 for jail to wnft the voiie upon a phono-'l.ipuii much HKe to know what some reads and can do it without being ".No." rcplh-Senator Sorghum. "1 bio for 'ho sporting page wJion ilie Kcoiwi, S. O., Services as letoiil. And It Is sale to say county clflcus do for the shewn cr bossed and theie are oth- this singing to the phonograph Is the have been telling them funny tiuic to daily paper arrives. of ii 2ID.5.5 Sheriff Kvuiify for tho many largo amounts er workmen who can 'dj the 'same. 1 uiot tr.vlng oiile.il In the artist's Va-- i keep tliein fioni thinking The iiwsoii ever woman wants a Kcown, James. Coiiveyiiis- pauton Star. cl iiiuiii tliat they rcccle besides do iu.t fchink tliat any person should eer blie known It $15 eorsot Is per to almshouse 4.00 l, Sliigeis like Caruso. Molba. l'airar. Hilar regular lets, and 1 am receive moio lor his work than tho will make the thin places look fat Leach, S. W. per diem, FebruDueling Prime Ministers. along with many others, farmer, unless ho, lias special or e.vtra Aiiuito mid a host of otheis are united and tho fat places look thin. ary Term !.00 In the old da.vs a number of of no one answering "A Tax skill. 1 think judge Wilson Is wrong In declaring the slngiii" lor records j If men spent as much time flirting Leach, K. J. Itoad betl 5.00 is the hirdest woik ttiry ever have premieis ligured on the dueling gro..nd. ItJiJir" to tell what tho "Fiiuiiu-- In sujKjestlis the fanners and others iimlei 23.00 taken They are beieft or their John Wilson Croker wrote In 1SU: 'when they aro down towiii as their Moore, J. T., Financial report Cm.n3ttce tli'J. I understand that iiie work ou roads tree of charge. 1 think audlcuees lh.it Insphe lonllileint. and "Within thi' hist hundred years sis wives think they do, thero wouldnttbo Manloy, P. It. & Uro., Coftla uu2i;Ui-atcof tho county, together wo all bhould l.ac reasonable pay they ncecssarlly must be careful to persons have fought duels who have any bitslncss transacted in this coun S.OO for J. Urnwor hU tho county judge uro the Fiscal Tor sill we Uo. 1 fully Indorse tho avoid tnlse notes or lullectlons. The been prime tnlnlsteis I'ulteney (Lord try at all. Miller, Marvin, Reporting for ITouii!, of the (OUK'ty, and tliat these actlcn of the Fiscal Court In thoir slightest clearing of the throat or tho Bath). Lord Shellnirne. Mr. Pitt. Mr. A girl wlio has three pairs of ex30.00 Commonwealth niiui fUtcnd to and manage all the ordering tho roads to bo dUided iiiuiiled shullliiig of feet will spoil a Fox. Mr. Cnunliu nod the Duke of pensive silk stockings doesn't care MuU.inlcl, L. A per diem, Peel, I mluhi also add comely basilicas liiclnUlng the finan- Into scotiens and cacn section lot record Aud then It ull has to be done Wellington y.oo hang how careless 'tho Street February Term who twice challenged, and Castle-reag- a cial hnslncss of tho county and for to tho lowest bidder, as I think this over again. Is with Its Petty, Nellie W., Koporthig who was almost n first minister. Cleaning Dopartinont The rjxtr services the iiiaejslratcs are each proccjduro will '.'ivo niauy good mon barullUesinger is ushered Into a great Of late year, the custom hns certainly work. ft.00 for Comiuoiiwcaith room, curtained olT at one for each day ot si honest jobs near their homes. f sud $:. a da Every wife tcll3 every husband that Plrtle, W. W. & II. n Ohio end. Through this cm tain pint Hides decreased, mid the bouse of lords has Tho law further sas tliat tho a gigantic brass horn, suspended from not now. I dare say. above half a doz- she would look us good as anyihody Co.'s J'art for W. W. Plrtlo 1ut 1 don't remember wiiat the county' court may, order the roads the celling. It Is attached to the pho- en who have miunlly fought." Lon- if sho had tho swell clothes tliat othiioiuiiy Judge is jiaid. 100.00 Ditch don Standard. Nio:v tho people of tho county pay to bo Idlvidi'd into boctjons not over nograph reeoid. er women got. Illce, U. P., mjr dlom, FebruIt Is then the singer notices a bevy for fiJilii and all other expense of two miles each and let to tho lowAnd what on earth has becomo of ary Term 9.0.11 A Wider Field. of musicians, but with lush omenta hp want, under tho fanilllar name est bidder In uaoh suction. woman who usud to Shon, lid. per diem, Fobiu- "I think I'll ben tialuctl nurse I see the Xow 1 li'tini that thq FIs al Court Hit' like of which he never has seen o--' tax, and 1 Know that many jidoplo shoot her husband? ary Term 9.00 many muses mail millionaires." Imuto iaiit to know wh.it tho mot on tin- liith and that tho road In uuy theater. The violins me of An Ico man may not bo hlshly edu Smith, Wlnson, per 'slleiu, "1 would earnestly advise you to dllli'ieiit slnpes from the liistiumeiits Couimittco" did lor whL"h question was the only one of ini. 9.00 Febiuary Term . ... with whli li be Is familiar. The horim try tlie stage Of course some million cated but ho knows that 'the women tiity received $.100. and I HilnK It poitance and that alter llucc day's lire of vaiieil shapes, anil to e aires go lo hospitals, but more ot them Who have their nun busts novur wear Taylor, 1. W jmh- - dlom, FebIs com JJerat Ion t was decided lo lot jiltaclicil ,i little funnel that points go In the musUal coinedli's." Louis corsets around the bouse. but lair that they should Know. 9.00 ruary Term llle Com lei .loitiual. u'crialnb f". a daj was aouie three cut the load In scotloiui and from In the illrctlou of tin l.i iv i leieivlug Thoro are a whole lot of times in Tlnsleyl W. S., Sorvii'im as l&nM, wliat a mlgibtrato lould miiKc two to lio miles In hiiath. Wlij Imin This is in tlie xouiiil. life when sarot) plus aro a whole Jot 90.11 .CJerk HumOfs of Aviation. The cuinlueTnr sits on a plitfoim on larm and as this $.i U ilaj paid did It take so long (threo das) to TlnSley, W. S. Plniinulal Pair liamsel Aren't ou tifrnld when moro useful than Culture Knuulier. In full, ull the did tor (ho county (16. J le and make tho order, and with hUh about Ids imislcliins and the ou go up in thij air? Aviator Well. 25.00 .... Thus tie odcis no olistiuctloll of the law, too? Did stliuei thja whoa tfiey had the off lev wf tho assUt.-uu'Habitual Constipation ami all liver Taylor, It. T Jr.. .Medleliic I must ad mil I sometimes reel a sort to the free transmission of the sound I low Finance Committee, what d.M they the magistrates pet $73.00? using if gmiiiiilli.ss apprehension. real-son'troubles cau ho tured h 4.00 ifor pauper waves Tlie singer Is stiitloiuil upon do? "A Tax l'apor' iKem to the much did tho other ineuibeis ot the u platfoim and elose to the mouth Weekly Ask .1. II. Taylor. J. P., Coav eying pauGrigsbi'H juid m I lie county court git? All Just to eay, lor lhi of Hie hoi n 51,000. unlaw per te Almshouse 2.00 ll).2 Williams. Hartford, Ky. roadb Jo be dl!dtl? I.ust year thojo rnud ongluoer aa an 'N4MsIu (lashes, tlie musicians A red light Tlehenor, S. .1. .Mdse. for Mi.s thai Mr. T. weru Now I did not U oni' inun hero who kept a pour lortli light, soft melody, for 1C.71 Ulshoj FOR FLETCHER'S List of Claims Allowed. te;im on Uie road IJwt belonged to which their Instruments me partlcii-lail11. licnton was any anno a cill Tlehenor, U. C, ior dlom, ili'sluned. Mini the griiuil opera or liad had uny iiiiii 'por-Ji-uc- o o horsu tiuder hero; this outfit wqiild List of Claims allow od at J'ehru-u- i February Term 0.00 go out ou tho load to work each day, iiitlst loosens Ids ocnl cord. UW tone , in worUlng than an oJicr Tonu ot tho Ohio County Fis- Willis. Dr. P. T .Medhal strong must bo steady The Luke McLuke Says. farmer of the, lount, hut i toturulug ut iiilit, uud going dome slightest v.iilntion and ie(oded upon cal Court, February, lull. 10.00 servlcis for lauptT .... is in a civil ongluoer ho shovM be du.Nij ius tar an - mill's and Hie runU ho the wax record, and n trivial noise lier iiutiio thut a man always Hlack & IllrlUiuul, CoaJ uiyl ft 1.0 Yolser, A. ('. lnsuninco on ' employed to do oviKat work wlinn er Ktu estimate tho tlmd lost In may npoll the iieiloruiat.ee'. Omo he i.!andb back and waits until a plump freight 112.30 Jail ncillod only and paid ocooidlngly for traveling. This outfit oo.st tho coun- -' bus finished, the record Is placed upou d girl hub climbed on u Uauk of Whltrtivllle, Int. ku Coppy Attil. 350.00 civil engineering, aud lot tin work ty some $11,00 a day and the horso a piodui'iug machine uud plajed over strcest-cnr- ? F. C. Order No. 1770 .... Uut ho ahva'js forces his W. C lllwVNIvKNSHIP, eruus nie wuy ahead ot a long lank, elderly fe- Ilenuoll, J. I Hoad IkxI ... 123.00 muulrbig no special skill, s lotting trader hiastcd to a man Iiqiq tliat to delect fiiulls. The-'Cleik Ohio County t ourt. point od out and the singer ic hearsed out and receiving nnH wuh. he' he had a pension and was fastening male. Ho kuowb ho ibii't going to Blaukenship, W, C, Services Again he repents uud the, h3 learn nil thq road; uud this ,wua Id piovcnl them W.CI Hlwuld bo laid aecoidlugl as clerk Kong, mid perhnps n dorcn times miss anything. jirkxu to bo paid lor tadi l.'nd ci continued during almost, If not ull, the Hhtukoiibhlp. W. t'.. Iter diem. oldJfaah-iour- d What has become of Uio he is foieed to slug ticfoic a prrfcit I'.OO Fobrunry torni work (suivojlng, traveling, lot'ln&j the bummer uud fall. woman who poured kei obono on wax InipioMhui H olitalucd, For Iafaata and OUUren. 12.10 uud out and receiving road wiok) ut ho 1 think that It Is usok-s- s Carson & Co., Milae. for Jail (iKMt grand (K'iu urtlsls aie paid tho kitchen lire to give it a goad OVia"nu.i oy uio jsaiiw.' Ihs KM Ym Hivt Alwajrs Bwcfit Cliiun, Jas. IJ. Hoard for ijwuwi bhauicful In road iwork. to havo one thousands of dollttrs for a setles of tec atartV COO otlioia will do the fame Kind of work uun to drive tho team, onu to plow, ords, aiui tin: vale of these biiugs milTjiero nmy bo a low ot theai vho jKr, S. Jlodgca fur. This ruling (should pi mall on ouo to lo;id tlio 6traer, onu to uii ' lions to lliw inauufaetuieK Indian-apolL- s ueud uu artificial aromu, but the ma- Cooper & Co., Convoyaiico tor Star. Sttatun of 7.C0 all uuch coiutlons, p It rv.lll fii- - load It, ouq to level the dirt aud uao Stato Road EuKluer jority of hc slrjs are a whojc lot I Pa-or- to show wherq to put It, I fear that tho county rodd work business Is In the hands of politicians. A JiV.in said to mo that 1 was rlht In this contention of tho county business "but," said he, "I am promised a job to road onglnosomc hands and if I don't get tho Job I will bo with you. Xow, I think there Is too many officers Jn tho county and that each official Is paid ontlrcly too much Jnon-oCompare It with, what tho farmer' cots. It appears to mo that so much mon cy 1ms been paid out by tho Fiscal Court, aud paid In such manner as to cause cno man, at least, to think that the getting of the people e tax moiuty at IlnrtfoYd was a race or grab game and in that way It was honcbi aud right for one to Kot all they can, regardless of whether thoy l'aic done an; thing for tho mono or not. 1 think It Is cry necessary for the tax pajcrs of the count and especially tho fanners, to got bus and Imcstlgnto and loam more about how tho business of the county Is managed and to s?e that their tax money is properly and econoniicall ustld, which jou 1kvo the right to do. Judge Wilson saAl that himself and other members of the Fiscal Court were going to do all tluy could to please tho pcoplo of Itho ccunty. I think this good, that tho People should lot Judge- - Wilson know their wants by vctltlon. Last summer 1 lirjd occasion to truuil a road several times in as many days and while so traveling I saw women washing by tho piece, women weaving by the ard, women taklns eggs and chickens to Jiiar-kby the dozen arJd pound, men making corn and tobacco by the bushel and pound, and men lying in the shade on the road side, by the 'day; and those road men's "per dl- om" to be paid with a part of what these men and women got by the p!o;e, jard, dozen, bushel and pouud. My object In writing this Is to call the attention of tho people to the county business, 'n the hope that men In all parts of the county- - will Btudy and form plans by which the peoplo will got more benefit for their money. 1 hao glvon iny belief as to what should be done to some extent, but I thiol; there arc others la the county more ablo than I. I havo no 111 will for any one and I Idon't want to hurt the feelings of any one and I wonlt do an injustice o any one, but I will klo all I can to relievo tho good men, women and children of Ohio countv from a hardshln that Is gradually growing worse. Yours very sincerely, Win. M. WARDEN. y. "PRINCE OF SPIES." He Wat a Young Altatlan In the 8erv let of Napoleon. To thoo who look with contempt upon xplcs mill such mm prollt by their Inborn It routes ns n HUrprlne to lenrn that Napoleon, the greatest of nil m asters of war. owed to his excellent serr-Icof spies not u few'of his most brilo I AM THE W'uSd tys,Ar SJI MM NEW CLERK ' hA t . W&k&d y ??m "' W.iMMm'.: i.. xXeem ,y-' W! n TK . 1 ... '4 n w ad ct liant victories. The man whom he picked out to organle this secret service was n regi. mental officer nnnied Snvnry. who nfrerwnrd became Due de Hovlgo. Snvnry. like tils muster, excelled In bis Judgment of men; he gathered from various corners of Kurope nn Immense number of agents who served hi in with varying degrees of success, but with that curiously uniform fidelity which the service of Napoleon ulwnys neems to have bred. Chief anions thoni was n young Charles Louis Schulmelstcr. who earned the nickname of "Prince of Spies." Kavnry had come across lif in in the early days in n little Alsatian village where Sehulmelster. the ion of a local clergyman, was carrying on n gigantic and enihu'iitly successful sstom of smuggling. When Napoleon coininIsdonod him to organ-b- e nn army of spies Savary tit once bethought him of his tdircwd and audacious friend. So young ScliulmcNcr entered the Trench service In 1S00. being then barely Oilrty. He showed considerable skill In watching the doings of the emigres In Germany. Ho it was who traced tho unfoi lunate Due d'lhiylilen to Ettcnhclni. where he was nrrestod A certain General de Tliumery was arrested at the same time: this was the result of a French otllclal thinking that Sehulmelster. w ho with his strung German accent would say "General Uoumery." was speaking of the much wanted Dumouriez. Westminster Ke view. Life and Death. An I'ngllsh mliiNtcr. who guarded his morning utility hour very enrol ully. told the new maid that under uo were calleis to be admittedexcept, of course, he added. In cas.e of life and death. Half an hour Inter the maid knocked nt his door. "A gentleman to iee you. sir" "Why. I thought I told you" "Ys. I told him." she replied, "but he snjs It's a question of life and i I AM I THE NEW CLERK. ( LIKE THIS TOWN. I AM GOING TO WORK HERE A LONG TIME. 't TOOK THE PICK OF ALL THE STORES IN TOWN AND I'M GOING TO WORK FOR CARSON AND CO.. BECAUSE I TIKE THE WAY THEV DO BUSINESS IN THIS STORE. THEV HAVE GOOD GOODS-SNA- PPY IN STYLE: THEY SELL THEM AT THE LOW PRICE. YOU WILL SEE ME EVERY WEEK. CARSON Si CO. Hartford, Kentucky, "FI-na.i;- Children Cry C A STO R A .... h -- 1 . Com-!iii!,- l- iie 1 fs-ij- s li - bes-aus- dlsap-pojrtt'- be-au- ur U.-ltl- s "FI-r.njt- to - li n-- He-po- rt o s Children Cry y CASTORIA , J tlghl-skiite- CASTORIA iiv C&JZ&&&U