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ONE YEAR HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914. ,tary of Stato whoso locturo engagements lcavo him 'little thno to rend his dispatches Is itcrmitiLoil a free hand In sacrificing the worlds con- not Strcatham until tho head of tho lohaiUcncd, not softened. cal government boajj ordered too "On flat lands, where water movca stewards to removo the cholia as slowly, gradlns material should be well as their from hall. ROAD MATERIAL taken from lower ditch and culverts OF WILSON fidence In Amorlcun (diplomacy. A MAKING TROUBLE Tlic Ijabor occuiiantswhich tho spite party, In supplied whero waterways occur. A iwllcy with no plan but to waltfor of Its advocacy of equal suffrage. Is something to happen pnralyzes nil ef shallow ditch on the upper side being attacked becauso of Its alli makes It poaslblo to give culverts a fort to bring about a rcsumblaiicc of .. . .--. . --, 'anco with tho Liberal government. Has Broken Precedents and peace, two concrete move uavq been Machine Will Cause Damp good fall. Two or more small pipes railKIlUrSt V amily in LUg- - has hit upon a novel plan to mecb instead of one largo one of equal canutria by the Administration In Alio this latest move of the. suffragettes. to Dry Out. land Over Leadership. Husky women stowaitis are bolns cm- pacity, may bo used for cuhrls.cs-peclall- y Dominated Congress. .Mexican matter: one tlio sending If the large pipe necessitates there of a futile Llnd, thq oilier th,i ployed to deal with the Interrupters, .t.illi'irfWi llinl ttin ltftltltT rt fliii much trading or raising of tho rcUl- and, as one labor leader explained. 'An Interestisg Story of Federal way. At least six Inches bliould bo Husky All That He Has Done With An rebels might bu aided to overthrow Female Warriors Emnlf V th0 ),an Is a distinct success, because existing (Jen eminent, with left between each pipe and earth the only uu ui a. Buuuc point ci luiu-taExperts On How to Build Mexico's admittedly strongest man at should bo tamped around them Eye To Coming ed to Meet Women Fi inters for psychology, tho sense of martyrthoroughly so as to prevent a (wash Its hcitd. dom la less comforting when, onaHighways. Votes for Women. Elections. out. Tjiq one overshadowing mystcfy 'In Is ejected by a momber of onoto own "To provont washing on steep tho Mexican "policy" at Ml remains sex. At a recent 'demonstration tho Washington, March 11. As soils roads tho water should bo caTrhll unsolved. Tho I'rcsldont, demanding militants' cried despairingly: ".Why London, Mar. 12. Dissensions with. Ann't vnn uorwi mnp m. 'v .... ..a Washington, March 10. One full Hucrta's retirement, has been un- - differ fop agricultural purposes, so undor t& surface at frequent Inter 1 . iV w nsu t,..i a..wi. ear of W'oodrow iWHson as President abl toe explain even to tho men ho they differ for roads, says the roads vais xroni the upper to the lower n tno fankhurst family .threaten to.out?" f of the United States Is completed on would honor with his confidence what expert of tio department nsrlcul-bclt- side, and from the lower side away end Its leadership of the militant twelve-Inc- h fragqtto army, according to assertions tlio 4th of .March, Reviews arc tho road. Five conditions would follow Huer- - ture. Clay or soils of fine texture House Passes Bill. and althouKh tlio Democrat-l- c ta's withdrawal. North and south In usually mako xxr roads, especially III tma In a nit In tt nnrlnr tcr nttniir I1V fintiln rt tlin vnimM r avKa.- - . sWFrankfort, Ky., March , .... .i, tho nn.i f- ,i,.n National Committee sought to an- Mexico arc unalterably opposed to If they contain much vegetable mat-eac- h n. by shrowd Politicians as a 1)11 of SZL- -. fi, wmn.a ticipate them by a ten months' sumother, and Americans who have. tcr. Tho coarser soils, however, mary, each Individual In Alio country spent years there agree that only will often contain somo sand or must be disposed of before U galn3 Union. It is saiii .that thp dlssqn-forc-o "horse play" on the part of ".wet" members of house, made a will bo well contented with his own anarchy could follow Hucrta's down- - gravel, will often make very satlsfac- or headway, or lias tlmq to tlons are rife In tho Inner Circles VlflW tf foal Ithe Ihn ulnfMnnft. wiitfc faSr m no of tho union, and thai; tho outcomes ..ArvJ. olnton or tho congenially Isolated fit,- fall. This was truo when iMr. Wilson tory roads for light traffic, provided damage the road. , fl,..,,n fM h may result in crlppllne the laeborate , ire In the White House and his oN, assumed office; It appears doubly they be kept In iropcr repair, k vt t..a.. . Coppock-Smit- h. '.A campaign which .the war oabinelt of' m, flcial acts. All cities will agree upon truo today, when tho inability of "if tho road is composed of fine ,,' -certain points, howover. They mill cither faction to bring about, peace clay or soil, It will sometimes pay Oran,zat,on had sus'penslon of the moved the PBC?? 8Z1mCOnCnt u ncd been demonstrated by a year of to resurface It with top soil, from an year, at the sam0 thn.1 rate the Intelligence of the Presl-.ha- s that the state-wid- e prohlbttl dent as of a Rrado of keenness conflict. It Is not characteristic of the adjacent field which has sand or Smlt" and Miss 'Mary Jan Ooppock ending the sway which the Pank bill of Representative. Webb, of John' matched by few of his prcdocessors. masterful Wilson to pursue a drifting gravel mixed with It. This method, at Pleasant 1HU, Ohio, on last Sat- - hursts have exorcised over the society son county, he placed upon its The" wl'i concede, too, that In hi? 'policy In any other department of called the top-eomethod, Is now urday. M"r. Smith is an Ohio County jslnco the Pothlck-Lawrencwore absoluto control of Congress Presi- his Administration. His resourceful- - in successful usq In, Virginia, North boy and) was raise! at 'MpHenry. forced out of its ranks Jast year. ' ness Is as quick as a flash In domes- - Carolina and Georgia, and probably Somo yeirs ago he won a trip to the ! It has become an open sqcrdft 'Dfliat dent Wilson stands alone. Prison, Labor Act Passed.. MammotA Cavo in one lof The G. Blythe has aaUd bluntly Uc affairs. But In his foreign policy In other states," sold the Samuel Pankhurst is anxious to publican j circulation contests. Tho cntl her Jonff exile 4n.iFTanccfrBho Frankfort, Ky., March ll.ttke he has yielded to a dream- - ment expert today. that Wilson dominates Congress be- couple have our heartiest good knows that her mother is not well Huffaker bill abolishing the prfcsaa enough to take up tho arduous duplets contract labor system and provid crowndl and ditched with a road wishes I That is a rough way of putting It, la not to think things through. prove whether the machine and not with picks and of commander-in-chie- f, yet no one can observe from week to Time alone will and it is even in Its etcs'd the employment of tfee Bicker Not Yet Free. doubtful if Mrs. Pankhurst is able inmates of the state penal Instituweek the mental habits of this re- President's Mexican policy must re- - shovels, with a suitable power and The Supreme Court of New York, to return ifrom Switzerland tions in the manufacture pf arliclss-anmarkable man and ponder his intel- suit In anarchy for iMcxico and In- - operator, will do the work of many -- cods for the various public months. Chrlstabel knows that lectual equipment without realizing tervention for us. If they follow, the men with picks and shovels, and do with one' dissenting judge out of sev en, reversed the case against Lieut. she can returnto England as passed the eeaate by a. wce-of- " - President cannot justly- - decjare thai It hotter. that ho is a personality which, transa free, 22 to' 4. Senators Hlles, Okie, woman onjy on condition that she "Tho road machine should b usfl Becker. latod unexpectedly from the class- - ho has resorted' to' ar&i opJ$' because Th case against .the four gunmen discards tho extreme principles of Speer and Zimmerman voted ngaliT room to tho arena of national gov- - forced to" do so "pypubHe sentiment, whoa the sol is. damp, bo as to make '. . it. rmment, confounds the experienced The publjjc has' tfejlovcd and appar- - tlio soil bake when it dries out. If who were immediately connected with militancy of which she has the shooting of Rosenthal is arflrm- - exponent. She is (bid to helleve now nioro " and demonstrates its own mysterious cntly still bqllpyes that had anyone it Is worked dry, it takes dd. Their last appeal is gone. Un- - that sucU militancy has run Its course1 Bradley Threatens Fight-les- s moat effectively In getting but Mr. Bryan dictated tho Mexican er to draw the machine, and, . there is a commutation or a par- - and that the futurQ miW results. A stubbornness that policy and cutthroats been ol that sides, dry earth and dust retain mols-carrlWmM Sellly equally stubborn men along murder and outrage would bo punish- - ture and quickly rut alter rains, don by the governor these men must made on moral 6rounllg - ed Instantly, the robel fear of Am- - Tho uso of clods, sods, weeds or Sylvia Pankhurst, a later recruit master of with It and guides them as It pleaThere haslways been an lmpres- - to tno niHtant Intervention would have made vegetable matter in building earth Ta cannot be measured wjth the flU fa anJ dlnary rule, it springs from sonic- - Intervention unnecessary. If Inter- - roads should be avolddd because tht'y slon that certain ruling were a loat i Jta to 0 thltiK more potent- - jthan will pow- - ventlon comes, can It bo undertaken also retain moisture. Uusyelldlng' otherwise than as a direct rebult of "it is a great mistake- to put the t. (Irovcr Cleveland w as than Wilson, McKlnley no less sauve- - the President's policy? Tho country worklngu of the earth off until Au-l- y "wT ShTrman Ball. M. B. those she made been impatient with watchful gust or September. The. surface Is firm, Roosevelt more doggedly ob-'hau- .hLtUC' ' none could, nor dared ' waiting not because It wanted inter- - then baked very dry and hard. It stlnate, jet ' Dyhe' big on onany Recorder Goff h try, command tuck implicit obil!- -' ventlon but because It feared such a Is not only difficult to work ibut is toe who have been remove.1 from Owse- HtD n MB wn with her sister and what promlsqs to three postmastershtps, have, not, work when done. ence. Free sugar has hard! an hon-- 1 policy would mako intervention lm- - unsatisfactory ' the bench is so austere and severe be a break in the autocracy est defender outside the White House, patutlve. The President's recent at- - Earth which Js loose and dry will re-of Ithe given a square deal," ' sala the"'Ite- -' ' tempt to shift the burden can hardly main dusty as long as the dry that juries have often been influenc- soctoty. Sylvia does- - not bellovq that publican Senator it is In thq Jaw, and Senators "and I 'bb' weather lasts and then turn to miid ed by his expressions rather than tho government will give the vote un-- 1 going to combat confirmation of tier have risked their Boats to ote it be rcgardcd as Ingenuous. by the merit pf the case itself. tij the country Is on .the verso of appointment of their successors' 'lb there. Tho prime fruitage of tliol From the time tho President broke as soon as tho rains begin. By using Becker, however, precedent and stood tho road machine in the spring of year Is absolutism. Washington, oc- - a century-ol- d customed for a hundrciJ years to lean .before an assembled Congress to urge tho year while the soil Is soft and of New York are as careful in sec Other leaders share her belief that a ' I am going to fight them to a blBody on precedent, has sold this master'1'10 enactment of a low tariff, close damp, the surfaco Ib more easily ond trials as they are in the first. revolutlon shaped and soon packs down Into a patron- has rolgned between the could not survlvo thq early coui bo started Jn the finish. The Republicans removed hse and a conviction in the first is oft congested East End, hut itheyiare not'nqt served out their terms o4l 'have- ago era of tho cordial summer and Chief Executive and tho leaders of dry liaii crust which Is less liable en followed by a similar conviction at all sure that once started It could been remvped unceremoniously." " the chilling fall. Yet a second year tho dominant party Jn Congress. (The to becomo dusty In summer or mud-I- s on the new trial. be controlled In favor of votes for wo opening, and Consrcss believes enactment of a tariff law on Oct. 3, dy In winter. The nominations of O'Reilly, Brad- men. Thoy prefer their own elaborate ley and Hacknoy reached tho Senjjjfe j 1913, "Storm water should bo disposed making vital changes In tho the country would resent a revolt. Death of Orin Cox. sencmes from asking tho lives of pub- - last Friday. Of 262 postmaster noipj-ll- c Air. Wilson's first year closes with (duties on imports, was followed by of quickly before It, has tlma to pen- Mr. Orin Cox died at the residence men uncomfortable, and, while nations made that day twelve wero tho White House mono at odds with the signing of a banking and cur- - etratu deeply into tho surface This of his brother, Mr. Rowan Cox, near ' public sentiment over tho Mexican rency act on Dec. 23, 11U3. These can bo done by clvlng the rodi a Llvermore, last Sunday qtitcr a brief not objecting to violence, prefer to to fill vacancic8 cbbboJ toy keep Its' uso within theJr awn hailds. add 'three of the twelvb- rcmon' question than over all other Issues two laws and tho rocunlT ratification crown or slope from the center to illness from stomach trouble and put together. His management of of .the arbitration treaties are tlio the sides. For an earth road which tinpiininntit Mr Cnv war waII known Tho failure of tho Pankhursts to give were the Kentucky places over wfcten twenty-fou- r " the feot wldq thq center ln legislative questions has been well friends wero jointing as the direct is Hartf0iif being a nephew of Mrs. plan forward command for this new Senator Bradley Is concerned. of campaign has mode several no wmen accompiisu- - mings rosmonvB auoiuu oe not icss wian bix incnes uio r I nigh flawless, in iwint 01 w Ford jIq wafl 33 year8 0jd ana ment, at least. Ho has personally fr!erIs worq iwlntlng as the direct uor more than twelvq Inches hlBher ft" y0UnK man who stood agh m hls members of tho war contact restless Great Cannon Explodes. and (ho overthrow of the Pankhurst conducted every Ittom of legislation result of tho Intimate contact estab- - tian tho outer edges of thq Bhoulders.communltJ.j .nJ lunerai ft8 con. Now York, March 10. Unable "to until Congress lias lost tho fnculty Ushed between Uie executive and log- - A narrow road which is too.duotetd byRov. J. A. Bennett Mon- - triumvirate may bo imminent. lowIn spitq of tho peaceful attitude withstand tlio energy of a new of this islatlvo departments of the Uovern- - high ln Uie middle will become rut-'d- a Slsnlf leant of Initiative. and nUjraMjnt at Woodward's gun at tho Sandy Hook lier, a of the Womcn'B Social and Political utuiuai us uuiutuy us one wuucuiyy a wondrous cnango is tno nopo 01 inc moiu. proving grounds exploded Monday, Union, tho destruction of property wasnington rcsiuunis or many is uo nat ior tne reason mat on gentlemen in chnrgq of tlie anti-trud breech ;bltcik continues, anli ,tho fear is now ex- sondlns Its Appoints Republican. programnio that thoy may bo ablo to years to whom thq ways and man- - tho narrow road all thq traffic Is through a thick concrete .wall wliljo turn back upon him for revision of tho ncra of a President have been a niat- - forced to uso only a narrow strip, WashliiKton. Feb. 10. In naming pressed that tho organization bos lost "Shoulders arq often formed on W!ihi,hi FbUU, interlocking directorates and tho in- - tcr of Intimate observation havo "cHon, r,b Third Amln "T sufferers halfmlle out to sea. Lieut. Churl terstate Tralio Commission bills. Mr. (watched President Wilson with ln- - both sides of the road which prevent AssUti.nt Secretary of Stato Presl- j wJtJl dBUUH.a mat Wllsou has allowed Congress llttlo tercbt. II0 luts ljrokiui many prece- - storm water from flowing into side don. vn80u ims given further from Uio activities of firebrand typo'd taken cover ln a Bholter irunt-1.-Is Mrs. Archibald Maclm- - dents his ways havo bwui quite ln- - ditches, retaining It in tho ruts and ovidcnco Uiat Jiq does not Intend to militant. piido of authorship, and In an a wa of wUUjh passo like the, present It is only formal, but thq most conspicuous softeiilnff tho roadway. Thcso ruts ,na).0 all aIs appointments from tho klrdy, who lias been making suvcio lllir, Klmtntn(ll ,.lltK ..V01., ,,.,, natural, now, for ConRrcba to try to characteristic of all ta Jils dislncllna- - and shoulders can bo entirely ollml- -' nomocratlc party. Mr. Phillips Is a nHnoLft in I hrfutfih.l Tti nL li.i.nt It. log when Jiq was btruck by u fum- n her papor, "Jlasklrdy's Weckfe-.- " No to mukliiu public spwolies. He liatod with the read luaehluo or the g Republican. evado responsibility for making ment of steel. drag. has declined liunilnKs of invitations sput-lo- g portant decisions. Secrotary Bnnn's now assistant sooner was her Intention of attack-- 1 "Ordinarily, tho only ditches need- i.rvm in nai-ariin iixi rorelzn field tho failure Is to functions In ull iiurtu of the coun-- I Mm. in i7S. Ins tho militant movument inade'Dr a it trm nXr--n ui ana uwuu uwi ... 11., ....... i.i mil. I known tlinn hi'r )inn:i. u-.. ., oimwiiiilniiu na Dm ilniiiitit lo. imllcv trv. t( luiu nt tonilnl hut nun mliltc ltd lire tluHo majln wiUi Llui road ma- - 11.. 1. .. l.i.rnh iivi.i.A-iii- a eminent JOD at WashlHgtOB. lias bwm trlumidmnt, If Rucmti is banquet tlio ceremony of itlio iNa- - chine, which are wide and shallow, vcrsity and Harvard Law School; tscrv down with tho lot, of urnim of her' to Ui iiicabUifM by the prestige of tho tional GeoKraplue Society whon Ool- - Uecp, narrow, uttciii's wash ruiwiy. ed as private secretary to Ambus- - mwt prosious pottKtwIous. Hlncc tln Prof. A. E. Ellis, vlco president, of with especially on steep slojics, which Is Ha,dor Choate In Great Britian; was burning Mrs. Macklrdy has received llurtrord CoUego and principal of tii UnlUnl Stales among luitlons. Hueria onol Ooitlmls wtu jircstntod If blood- - a gold aiimhil by Mr. Wllhoa no ho- -' anotlicr good reason for ducreaslug gocond secrelur) of tho Ainerlcsdi many threatening and ubublvu let- county high school, received nothi In Mfxlro, constitutionally snubbed, whllo Peru half of thq boclety. Ills only other tho Bteopncss of tho grfwles. It- Is legation at Poklii from 1U0S to 1007; ters, many of which shu lias publish- Wedneschiy of Ids uppolntment to u lly eoatod, Is ia an clerkship Iu tho War Department ,'ut d ed In her paper. Mrs. MavkaiUy overturns her Government In a night speeches were made to the American difficult to maintain an earth road chief of division .of Far Eoslvro tho now ono commands our In- - Red Cross last Otcombor mid ouo to or any kind of ivid for that mftttur. 'fairs in 1008; TliirU Assistant Sit)- - onthusiastic suffrugotte and has oltt-- WashliiKton. He accepted aud Jlett rctary of State In 1908 and 1909; sec- exjiifssed her sympathy for tho her- yesterday to assume his Jiew dutleti. stant riXH)gntlion. For tho dollar dip- - tho Baushtqrs of tlio American Revo- - on a steep rado. e or thrity fce--t from ditch to, retary of 'thp corporation of Harvard oism and KUf firing of the militants. lomacy of Taft and Knox In CUtnu lutlon. His .trips out of .Washlpjton Ills name has been on .tlie civil sn t. University at present. The latest development pf suffra- vlco list of clli.1bht H for. several He Is. a brother-inIs substituted tho Wilson hundred-- 1 havo becu fow. Whlk Congress has ditch is sufficient, If the, read la of Representative, lVters, gette militancy Is thq art' of "6uffra-jltsu- ." months. Mr. Ellis semtf several yto net'otiat,lon not a cent for the been in session, tlio President, has ierly crowned. A rood that Is nar- - -law Militants who aro assigned to In tho regular army aiul has bocn a feet is dltfl- - of MassachuBettB. loan, but $20,000,000 for made it a point 'o be at his dtbk con- - rower than twenty-fiv- e it "The width of earth road will deMr Phillips Is told to be wealthy,, political meetings and to got in 11 very successful teacher, liavins taught rlver control If the Red Cross will tinuously. Mr. WIIhou uppearu with und a story told ubout him in thu word for buffrago arc being coached ln Hartford College In dlf fteh vdo the work of the SJsitn bepaitnientl a uniformed aide only at army' or pend on the traffic As u rule, Capitol Is that whon ho wa3 employ In the new art, tbo chief ftuturo of to maintain for Jho nbovo for the past eight y'iars-iJj'oaco treaties aro elgnwl by ilw score navy functions, and tho motorcycles that on narrow reads thu teams (y iu the Stato Deportment ho turn- - which is ability to tviiaq arms aril will recelvo a salary ot fj.00O,,.u' which would arbitrate even thq na- - which ush1 to prcclq lhq PntJldviit'" tional honor, and a lollcy Is purautU motor hav been substituted by an arq more apt to track than on a 'over his salary to ccwworkws. ille rwai legs around u choir or pillar In uucli year to start with. and,.B hq U'a road, causing tt to rut If sub-'a- n Intimate Irtind of Prrsldt'nt a 'way that it would toko a small very competent man, will no doultf In Mexico whoso doubtful tmucebs automobile with Secret Sqnico men wld Roosevelt, and In th last fpw month-- i army of ushers or policemen to pry bo promoted rapidly, llrof. Hcbo' un ' who follow Inconsplcuomjy litblnd so Jtctcd to heavy hauling. bo achieved only through ' 4uay "Tho road Should not be loosened, has been ulolug confidential worl tho dlsturbors locsc. Tho Bystein Leach ,lt Is uuderbtood, Is to fjotoh bloodshed oiid ph steal, that tho Pritildent drJviH ubout Wash up any more, than Is for President Wilson connected with worked well ou its recent trial at a the year school work In which Prof. financial luid pi owl prostration of Inirton attracting but Uttlq uttcntion. dug or ploRHl absolutpiy necessary. Thq rood diplomatic affair?. nicetjus addrcfc&til by John Burns In EHIs wua eaguTcd. that unhappy "ivpubllc." A 8ccre- - U.aUin Transcript. FINE SOIL POOR Bliould bo gradually raised, low-rcc- d; t Earth u un-uu- nt 7 L - cr suf-fro- m !.,. t....fini. .i. r ,,.. ., ,, ll.-Can- . I .... tVZ' -- f"1 .,.!.,, JH. ll cs depart-apparent- ly for-sever- hn pow-Itiall- ty I " cs an , ?,ld V&biZstorJfBeai VSocC f0.. -- m '"," vh .,;,, rDontrrT"1''11 U S R"1" IW et to-da- y, ;i;r:r.ss 'ream6 - j ';u st 2,000-poun- jt Z Tf .,.. lm-'tlo- ufa-ion- I ,,, ...,,. v n... - af-un- pro-coa- sIx-Pow- iB -- imj wling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY. , ' Tlie students who went to positions in July and August will earn $60,000 in their first year after leaving school, and this is almost $50,000 more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six. A course .in Bookkeeping, Shorthand. Stenotypy, Telegraphy. Railroad Acthey multiplied their earning-powe- r counting, English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, or intaruinrioii mat v.'a or tne giu.it ?st value to the cotiiinauder of the Continental army. To .l.iek .lowctt's quick wit and daring tlie author of the Declaration of Independence and many another hardly liberty owed SFtals of a Little Known Hero of less famous patriot escape their a trai from and perhaps their Revolutionary Times. tor's death upon the scaffold. outbs Companion. Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. I solution lies In the other grooe :iM . III.-1I U II III Ml the,) the uiilci The Wjman's Vote in Chicago. women can Itu no easily swayed f roi i say " OLD One of the old sworilmakers had the In the election of municipal of her purpose by tlie offer of other in- -t IiihI4,im peculiar knark of making swumN ficers which Chicago held last week I r PJIU t -- iiu muiii-i-- njiui.i it.... nro or !. into which, of themselves, eontlnnall ' tho 110Wy cllfranc,scl women had how they uro offered-th- eii aho roily . searched for tumble. "Rlood drink . not deserve to vote. ' "ok "i"'"'l""" Swords of Perfumed Steel That '" swords were named. There "al,ots- Chicago women really hold the nils ntie or them In tlie Howes collee- Cannot Now Be Made. of powor in tho city cloctionsjt In the campaigning weeks that tton. wlilcli was sold tn Kuglaml seven preceded the ejection 1TS.0U0 women If they hnd all gono to 'tho ioll and" nr eight years ago "One of my friends bought MARVEL OF A CRYSTAL BALL sword." said Mr. Valle. "He was this- rcglstcrcU, thus making their tltlo stood together for hotter tuvl cleaner JOWETT'S BRAVE RACE. A Marshal's Retort. exto suffnlfic clear ajld illcontratlble. city government. In not doing this plaining Its peculiar nature to some of I J It Is on record that the Prince of Or-- ' .. ards thoy deliberately throw nwaV their e different nnge. tilled with rage because he had ns. One of the men laughed at the , olltlca,1 cluU Jn Rubbed Into a Perfect Sphere by Hand, oi)ortunlty, and made of no effect wor cant.TJ.itcs were It Saved Jafferson and the Virginia been beaten at Kleitnts, Leu.e. Stein It Would Be Difficult to Duplicate superstition, .lint as he was In the lctory they Jiad won lt 'cctcd and a most careful course of tho suffrage xembly From Capture by Tarle-tn- a kerque and Ncrwlnds, alluding to the a gu.Taw the sword sllnned of With Modern Machinery Legend of out of Its sheath, the handle struck Instructions In the new art of voting after so long a fight Dragoons and Gave General Marshal of Luxembourg: the Secret of a Swordmaker. "Can it be that 1 shall never beat that" the tlnor and the point fell ugalnt hl i was conductiU. vYashtngtan Valuable Information. Kiihtusiasm ran Your Liver Lacks Grlgsby's hunchback';" Steel made more than SIX) years ago. leg He wnsI severely cut. I saw this, high, 31111 the men were in u state Try a bottle today. Satlsfac- XJost the Revolutionary heroes "How does he know that I am a with n sweet odor put lu so that the and. while myself don't attach any jof oul)t .,,, cx,H,am.y tllal wa3 f Hmi ninmntnmt Anlf M, II . Wlllfima .Tww i?eri immortalized in song or hunchback?" said the Trench marshal. nietal still retains supernatural power to the sword, that llllM.dll... 1. IIMIMIIO, ri""...-.- . ... . . ... scetit-th- at Is l".Artl Hartford, Ky. the ... lD2y t3T. Out there Is one whose fume has "He never haw my hack; 1 always saw one of the secrets of an old Japanese series of,faets keeps me from laughing Hnmnn,aO li.illc UliUiU- .. .. n I ni ...n.lUUV) LIUI1VIO U ailU "VUI .iutomt spread, as it should, beyond the his." sword maker described by Reginald F. at It. .New lurk Sun pcnilcxlng element In thu usualy Eirc jf his birth. Ills mime was St Fere Vaile of London. Mr. Valle Misgivings. business cf the "bos." Fair Warning. Is an nmatcur collector and his enJswi-- Jowett. In the little city or "1 want to go to my glazier's, only he Election Iday came, and thu unexTeacher. Willie. If you don't behave thusiasm for the beauty of old Japa'iCharlottesvillc. Va., there Is a tablet (fives me n pane." nese art has carried him far back youtself I'll write note to your father pected happened only il.wv of the at Iba Oiillding that stands on the site "And I wtnrtd like to go to my gro- Into the centuries. Willie Yon do and you'll make ma 17S.000 registered women went to the T (b! old tavern, lint that simple cer's, but he'll give me a weigh." Bal Mr. Valle actually owned n sword of Jealous Boston Transcript. h pollB, about fewnrx; is the only uiemoiial of his of tho extimet American. scented steel otio time, but it was .mamtaml deeds. pected outpouring. ri.ive not the cloak to make when It stolen from the oUlce of his law.ior Jas Revolutionary days young Jack Nor did tho wonder cease here, for, rW himself doth a man work evil lu several years ngo. He regards this begin to ruin. -- Old Saying. Jcmttt kept the Swan tavern in -- Hesiod. II In splto of the preparation and InThe Price She Paid for Lydia . loss as the greatest a collector could He was a patriot at a time working ft for another struction as to it lie manner and method EJPinkham'sVegetable Comface and .feels sure that be will never octane patriotism was dangerous, for Did you know that Calomel Is x of votltiV 20 per cent of the ballots Kick&poo Worm Killer Expels get that sword back again. 'Osncrr.illls was lu possession of Mercury, and that Its mcrcurlous efpound Which Brought "The perfume was delicate and Virginia, and Tarleton and bis cast by tho women were thrown but Worms. fects will ruin the system,' while nvzalcs were sweeping back and forth T)ie cause of your child's ills The pleasing." be said. "It Is not the only as worhtlcss because of Improper Good Health. Grlssbys Is purely veginland counties. marking. Some of the wxmiou had foul, fetid, offensive breath The sword of the kind In the world. The royal collection at Vienna has. one. and etable, and can be used with perVirginia assembly .faaJJune. 1781.. the signed their names to the ballots,1 Danville, Va. " I have only spent tea starting up with terror and grinding there are two or three more which fect safety? abiuaflaaed Itlchmond. which Coruwal' Ask J. H. Williams, thus making sure that tlie oto wicnt dollars on your medicine and I feel w of teeth while asleep The sallow have retained their fragrance for all Hartford, Ky. ISts tifcr&itcned. and came to sit in CharlD2y much better than I : rr, for .such and such candid des; others TctWWtsvlJle. Among Its members were complexion The dark circles under these hundreds of years. did when tho doctofl t Indications of "The scent Is actually a part of the had ";ono further a:Jj written cam wwCi eon as Patrick Henry. Richard the "jes Are all was treating me. I frcttcr? Lee and Benjamin Harrison. worms. Htckapoo worm tuner is steel. The sword was Incased lu a Stubborn, Annoying Coughs meats as to the personnl worth or don't suffer any wood sheath, which gave forth no odor tile governor was no other than what jour child needs; It expels the uuworth of .the applicants for office. bearinfj down palnj Cured. TlMeis Jcffqrsoii. One bright uiotn- worms, tho, 'cause of the child's un- iue iiiiiiuie 01 me sworn was 01 wood, "My husband had a cough for fifat all now and I sleep After all of those had bean eliminiiSL wlien the state assembly was In healthy, condition. For the removal which was easily removed 'anil which teen j cars and my son for olght ated there were only 0,01)0 feminist well. I pannot sav -gave no odor The makers' names. ".... "V.Vi4. . SKASran Jack mounted his thoroughbred enougn lor i,yui ur- worms, father mid .son. seat, stomach and pin "S s ew Ulscocr com- otcrs to bo counted lu the actual er.. i.t. 11... ,.,.! ,.i Jea- snwaie and rode out 10 look over his of Pinkham's Vegetajpletcly cured them, for which I am returns; which was a most decided T.tvua "outside the town. As he rode KIckapoo Worm Killer sies sure re- the handle. ble Compound and "I entertained a group of ShellJcId most thankful," writes Mrs. David downward revision of what political he caught through the tree a lief. Its' laxative effect adds tone to Liver Pills as they SiMpse of a itritish uniform Hashing the general system. Supplied as a steel men at my home several years .Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. What Dr. bcs&cs lull looked upon as a "bote have done so much tiftin a crossroad, lie put his horc candy confection children like It. ago and Just as a surprise for them I Klns's New Discovery did for thC30 noire," If not a iwsltho menace. for me. I am enjoy- wvnriiiie low stone wail and confront- - Safe and sure "relief. Guaranteed. Buy had the sword on the table. They were men. It will do for you. .rr. King's Now political economist!., as well inBBood health now and owe it all to boasting about what great steelmakm&iiierider. It was one of Tarletou's a box your rcmeutcs. 1 take pleasure in lett- Xew Dkcoery should bo lu every ns want iioiiiie!..r,i nr.. hunting 1'rlce 25c. All Druggists ers they were, and then I -asked them fCOKBVirs. home. Stops hacking coughs, re- explanation of the sudden slough of or lly mall. to smell the sword. They were the OTitli a i big pistol pointed at his bead, lieves la grippe and all 'throat and Interest between tho rolstratlon and' quhono most surprised men you ever saw. ItfH' EngtuJauian thought it wise to KIckapoo Indian .Med. Co. PhiladelStreet, Danville, Va. " 'Steelmakers.' I said. 'There Is luns ailments. Money m phia or St. 'Louis. back If It the election. Was It fmlnlnc caprice s command to turn In at the No woman suffering from any form some real art iti making steel: let us falls. All druggists. Price 50o and that caused so many women to utay of female 37te f a nearby bouse and change troubles should lose hope unsee you equal that.' They could not, of fl.OO. rWcSiiug with him. Under threat of away from tho polls; was It a gen- til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Notice. course." the soldier divulged the fact that II. K. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia uine loss of Interest, or was pressure Vegetable Compound a fair trial. Ohio County Court: Mr. Valle said that there nrc bun 'SSavUntou. was In the vicinity. Jowett or St. Louis. m brought to bear from some unheraldThis famous remedy, the medicinal Anullcation for ononlnff new road , dreds of mechanical tricks of the Jap . asl NWice galloped away in seaicu of the ed quarter? That something came ingredients of which are derived - i anese artisans of hundreds of yearn awry. 'Il&c day passed without te- - bcglnnlag on the Hartford and Rock is' from native roots and herbs, has Jfor over hn Biilrit of their rir...-iniibwx. .and Jack stopped at an inn to port roald between D. J. K. Maddox ago wnicd Uave been lost These men nn proved to bo a most yalua- not to bo gainsaid, for they be'flui ??"? have made many articles which can- .tataea .few hours' rest TORPOR OF THE TURK. and Thomas Render farms, running ble tonic and invigorator of tho femight be heard the tramp of In a Easternly direction along the not be duplicated with modern macbln thc (yuniialgn , In.In the with, male organism. Women everywhere cry. SUmcku and. fuokiug out of his window, Shown In a Quaint Reaion For Not terest, arid dropped' lamoly out of line, and In an o;'d road bed between Dear willing testimony to the wonderful "I have In my home a crystal ball six wuiwrtunt the yard was full of British Otha Ashby farm on one aide farms Delivering a Metsago. the race when It was but half run. .virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's VcgeU- laches In diameter," be said. "It Is as tttfMlers. Jed by Tarleton himself. The An Interview In the New York Sun Some of the defeated women can- Die uomponnd. rjbwGtfpcrs ealered the tavern and sat belonginf to the D. J. K. Maddox round as a billiard ball: It will stand between one of Its reporters und Mr. farm and L. J. and J. E. Render on any test, for rounduess. That was mude Bedros KclJIk bears humorously on didates aro hlptlng at "Inducemnets If you have tlie sllglitcstldoubt teaM6 drtiffc and talk, quite uucou- wfiouo .hat an enemy was on the stair the other side; thence throusb. the byhund several hu'ndrcd'rears'ago. It 'theTUrkHlrsituatiotr und seems to In- to remain at home," 'but the sugges- that Lydia E. Pinkham's ' Render; would be difficult to make It ifow with dicate that what is needed Is not In- tion Is too vague to bo really ex- isfce listening to every word. From farm of J. L. und J. E. one-ha- lf machluery, If It Is possible: but jhlnk creased political activity, but more at- planatory. and tho nroblom remains to Lydia K.PlnlchnmMedlcincCo. flUeir o.MivcrsatIon Jowett learned thence along the line, and that. Tarlctou commanded an advance on each of the following farms:IH. of the years of toll and the nNclal abil- tention to business. An an Illustra- tho same. It will be roiuombe.U thati (confident Inl) Lynn, JWasH., for ud- ..pvMd that was halting to wait for the L. Ashby and C. M. Brown, Q. B. ity required for a man to rub u block tion of the everyday torpor one of the In California the woman's vote fall VIce: will Do opened. , ""r of crystal Into u perfect splieie." experiences of Dr Itlza Tewllk. mem far under previous j3t-- f the troop. Then, they planned calculations. Brown on the one side and L. J. and Mr. Valle said that old Japanese ... ber of liurliamelit- for Ailrlanotile. with ' niiniiinri iit nit iahhha.! n .. jm && on to Charlottesville and .v .. . ,uuLeeii e.- i..v ...;.L-aiJ. E. Render, L. D. Fulkerson, A. princes kept hordes of men at work, n ,.lll,..,l Virginia assembly. Uliu Mutual lUAU WUS HOt BO Chapman on the other to the in- paying them fairly well. Those men Dr. Tewllk whk visiting u friend at fivvubuvil Jxcii Jowett set out at once In the E. rw4 of the da wu. Once he was chased tersection of tho Broadway road nt had food and lodglug assured for the ICade Kony, nrriKs the llo.spnrus markod as In Chicago, the cases are Is Your Skla i!ij7 wouie trooper who trotted lu from tho corner of tho J. L. Southard and rest of their lives, and they didn't have About 10 o'cloek at night he heard In a way iiarallel. On broad lines the watchman call. "Viiuulu ar. (iiila-tad- tho explanation of tho defalcation of Clear as a s4y tiAtctiriVe that crossed his path, but his Q. B. Brown farms, which latter point to hurry with their work. yuugln viirl" f'Theie Is lire, theie Interest may bo tho same, po that i Baby's? tiny canre wwu outpaced theirs. Like is to he tho e.'id of said road. Road He told of one cabinet started by one him is lire In '. ' '"" nf7 n' wll0 the prince who einplo.ed ut.a given when :alnta:"i. the usinl 11itfi iwlnd he meed through lanes, over to bo JOft. it la Interesting to unilcnKand It. wide Its entire length.! but ralk.d t0 nNu u Ju lire breaks out iiiiny iteu atons fences, up the side or the Petitioners: If tlifl explanation lies In the oft. L. J. Jlwuler and ( !ln,i tu piince died. Tho bon of the iiuaiter VJK rto i:ijuutllnl Moulk'cllo. thu home lkti'l hm ititKmifl with l'lmnttw. L!,4fh(aV j artisan took up the work, espectlng to I fkU. Mark It happened thai Hr Tewllk's own times alleged "varlbuleness" or orU all1lnl with tlw nil Goveriiur Jefferson, lie warned oiuers. ii, ikuU I Jnm MPICKri I ! i'i her whims and caprhvs and finish It for the son of the former home wat In Culnta and he rushed Advertised, as provide) 1 by Ken. ""' W Kr"llli ml U.rcu nir.f '' ZlftStimiiti u the approach of the Ilrlt- U NIMtril mii.I .11 o the ueaie.st telegraph "Mice to lu sudden jiicntul flhctuatloius then Is. prince. They both died, und the cibl tucky SUitutes, Chapter 110. smlf(irMinpl.Wxi()ibtiiirntaihllaibk . 'IImIu nt. MtA Hieti. with a fresh hotse. he frultviwlr UnilMMWo'i. UK I. Atlrtif At, quire coiiivmliig the salety ot bN tho sex still a long wuy from net was lln.illy finished h the grand-MtiAx!iiul down the steep mountain ro.nl T. II. Bi:.TO.', 10HNSTON. MOLLOWAV a CO. ot the original cabinetmaker and fill n lly. He leeehed no niiswer to liH 1730 Spring Crdn t. Phll4.lpMl desiring tlie balot. And it the County Rcmd Hugliaor. Xsc Charlottesville. Ittishlug Into tlm telcgr.tiii, und Ills te.iih weie roused preoentcd to the grand-o- n of the oilg vs'lteru the assembly was h, ses tuJS Hut as no boats lual prince. the llospoius lit to the members to tlee Spring i.ac. Ce Blood and System "Thelo wiih one swordiiiaker who hud night he was obliged to wait till mom - Mi aXirJi'ton's dragoons would hooii Clonnor. the trick uf making ii dn'cr with a Ing. Cimlv lns'U. III 11 Jew uinineut- - Jhe During hto winter luunths Impur very li.ud steel point, whli h giadually lie got home at last to tind every empty, and the inetiihctr- - ities tuti ivii'. Boy uci iimulate, jour hlotm beiomcb greW'Mifler tdw.ird the h.inille. Ilodld thing safe. When he linked nhj his uait vn their way across tie- loiin liuiuiie and thick, jour kiduejh, liv I Ids by taking n dagger blade ot mil family had nut answered the telegram how he raised tlie liluc Riblion car. would itifis to Mauiitou. where tin In I5o;s' Clubs all over the country the prizes are er iiml bowels tall to work, causing Infill hardness, packing It in vlay which he was told that they had not received jc il lei!, niitsull. going to the teleiiiij. So Dr Tewllk went to boy who uses the right fertilizer. TlmMnraiw "Spring 1'uvcr. ' Von leel was thicker toward the handle. In thl graph o lice and demanded an the Uaoi. ruih' his tiHein lut fmunj to ciii.u;Ii way when he heated the pack the beat explana'ifvrvi .r v'".in.l'd illccr of tho font tlivd, weak unit lazy. Lloctrk Bl'-tr- was graded, being strong at the point tion. He ami), t'enernl Sieteiis the spring tonic and One Osmnn Agha. to whom Dr Tew-lik'- s iiml soft near the handle s MtiMunl (he sli-l- : ni.m In a suit r his cluanwr -- Vs what telegram had been given lor dethey ou iiewl, "The hcerot lay lu the teiiiperatiiie of telothw, cui'lisl him down-jtalif- . MiiiuKile the l.Iduojs, Jlver and lo-vthe water he put it In alter heating livery, was called. to make a solid, ,t fiiij.i, alld ,".rftI. tMJVl, eir tmlO'iit iilm nn the tiesli horse, with It. ,'u one liiiild dlscowr imw hot tilu -- "Where Is the elfendl's telegram';" to hcalhtj action, expel blocd U 200 to soo .funss d :oi;o to trout and behind-t- he Kau.lt 0man Agha fumbled hi his pockets how long he kept (he aire to luUme either u ml hialth, water Inwas or jour grcca or utlc uwrturc and I , xoty.iiltrtiiv .( an old f.nniei going to and diew forth the message. mass the water, tit ,lt Kr,""er " uk- contains 5 to io per t,,lt strength and ambition. Electric Hitrtvecil)l. Sldj by side Jowett tinij "Why did you not deliver ItV" de"lie had M'vcral young men woiklug Akk jour i wK-- r to carry poods ( manded Dr Tewllk angrily Jwle out of town, whi"li l lit ters luakos'jou feel like new. Start for hlui. ami one ol tbee men, a tth-he don..! ve will ,rl )o any amount i,ftlat gruif. Ifone "Oh. elfendl." answered the linper jtVtoii. van lu lli' po'sessnii of Tiute-rJuc- a four woek treatment It .will, put stcr. wan anxious to learn the MvieL l',.ta4l,, from sou lb. bag uj., and you cm add It yourscll. x jik-I'aiisiug .'is he re.i. lied tlie you in tltiu sluij:e for jour unrlng The old man prep.ifi-- hlx bath In n turbable Osumn Aghu, who hail evi Don't forget thig, for Potash Pays tiC()f a tilll. Jack saw hi. own worl:. '(lUarau'eeil. All Drugglatb. r.Oc. private tent One day he was coiiiiiu; dently perused tho telegram .to his own satisfaction. "It mis needles-.knew tliiNlu-- 1 out of tlie tout with ri la a(ii"s GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc. uiid H.l. swoiti iiiuhr liN ui in when thu joiuig that your house was not on the." "VXv itMIH'l, vh( had le.isini to us. roawr. New York ,. H. K. Bucklen fc to. Philadelphia mat) darted uik( hlui tind stuck tiH tin )iiiig man lu uulform. set jP NlwOrlrani. '?" m or St. Louis. i.jiu iiff rtii.imn.KnimroWlMln.r llld. Grl?sby's v.eot in cliusf of tiiui, but Jack's liuoe hand lu the water. that S4U 1;uiicimo. 23t:ai(ornl M.i siKcdy for them, and he "Ihe old mini wheeled mid )tiuck HcIoiib liver Hjrup, has vtnr. Kaio iihiik ( liul lilU.', out with his fcwonl lie cut so iiuh-klto Wnshlnsloii with avwt isifej' in ncarlv overv home f!no.l calomel ' Hint he seven.l the jo,,g ,aN .inn j,or FOR FLETCHER'S 4 m'n that TfliJcloii wns no loiu;ir Brown.Mw and cUdnju uU Abfc iivtiiiv the oung iiiiiiih nines could I' jctlug lu sii'.oort of Uoiiiwallb-- a bit u( J. II. WIIUhius, Hartford, Ky. Lxuvi'i auj ICt ot the tcuinutatuie I BARINGPATRiQT JAPANESE ART M. ,, .. '" ,.,!,, .si ers.-lt.e- bal-an- co MK I fol. le ... H 0-- 1 fc cd 11 -- WHAT $10 DID one-lourt- FOR THIS WOMAN tide-verta- tlm ax , rXJl 1 I :fl Cg y. S.S.SnaJcS tUjy-iftct'- laa -- -. -- n hot-foot- Tni-K-Il- ,.. - l.l -- ..b.. J . MiVr&fi&SrKt. 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UM OI u4 IMIMIIt e4 relv loftUWr sua WHO, my i . uu winim11 jou are noi jaiiiiiiur- you arc doing .ourself ami cott's the publishers an injustice. i - uppincqtts magazine IN ITS i VK- - .nil V s "The Standard Fiction Magazine of America" NOW 1&U 4CthYEAR anduclp y oil to Mlcceaa. bniIiPoarl. tihotoorUclcli for FREE "port on paMnUbiutr. m Tern practice. 8UR- I PA3SINQ RirERENCEft. ForfnUuld I IMok on linntaUa llitrnta wrlta to BD3-uo- cubtrivs or no Ito. eobuila PATENTS U"" UiuruuglU, at our AT P A tt I 1 Tntnt.MAnKS uruinstlT ubialunl In 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Year soventh wAsnmeTon, Strttot, d. o. a "No." I icpllod faintly. He handed ire three circulars, for which I had to pay n email sum and w hlrh I wa ic(uested to till up. Pick-liiup my ii.ircel. I xat down to study thoM' chculirs. They were cohered with Instructions, the language used was niagiiiriceut, and the effect was no ovciuht'lniliiK that I found It dim cult to grasp 'what I was Instructed to do. If my papers were no't tilled up accurately it was not from uutruthfiil-nesH- , but ouiu to my limited German vocabulary. Ily the time I had described the parcel, the gross weight thereof in grams and Kilograms, the gross value thereof in inaiks and pfennigs and glen a detailed description of each article contained therein, with Its separate weight and value, I felt like mi old Inhabitant of thnt postofllce. 1 had seen, as it were, generation after generation of stamp purchasers come and go, mid still 1 remained. As to' the weights, my Idea of kilograms was about on u par with my knowledge of definite integrals. However, I did my best. I guessed nt the probable weight of the parcel and divided the articles Into It. At length I came to the end, and. feeling like n candidate nt an examination, I gathered up my papers mid the parcel and went over to the window. After waiting my turn I banded over the papers. The ottlclal glanced at them, then at the parcel, mid frowned. "Did you weigh the articles?' he asked sternly. " I stammered. "Then go home aud weigh them again. You hare put them dowu nt half a ton I" There wns no help for it. With a sigh I gathered up my papers mid went back tou secluded corner. After patiently reducing all the weights I again presented the papers. This time they were pased, mid I was sent on to the next department, where I had to purchaee nnd fill up another document 1 was now getting Into form, and this paper was soon dealt with. Then, with my heart beating fast. handed over the parcel. It wns once more returned to me. The otllelal said lie could not take It In thnt condition It was Insecurely made up. Now. If there Is one thing upon which I pride myself It Is upon the neat way In which I tutu out n parcel. So. smothering my Indlgnatloli as well as 1 could, 1 assured him thnt It would be all light, that it was perfectly safe and that there was nothing In It whjoli wns bicak-jlilo- . lie repented (Irmly that It was insecure anil that he could not take it, So I sadly collected my papers and the parcel mid went home to dinner. 1 spent nil the afternoon trying to purchase a cmdboard box of exactly tbe light proportions mid some waterproof cloth to wrap round It. 1 next procured n stick of sealing wax aud a German sen), mid by the time I had Qnlshed thnt parcel looked ns If It were piepnred to travel to the uorth hciiit I set out one inoniln In scnil u simill parcel to KiikIiiiiiI fiom tho town III Gl'flil.lllJ WllUV I Willi tiijlns. Al the InistDiri' o l' Will Killfioiited by tluvi' IpixiIJiik olllie nltnlowt, each Iinviu n wclid mid forinliliililu Inscilp er It. Tlicso Inseilptlons were tk'ii not to ho compieliemlod (it u glance: so, not u Willi;; to pizo up nt Ilium too lonj;. 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In desperation I seized tho sealing have a lift asset at the price you pay, aud will wax mid worked away until 1 had not liave an endless chain of repairs. used It to the last speck and tbe parcel wns one Intricate mass of string Quality and wax. Then 1 com eyed it oiice Considered more to tho postofHce. It was now almost closlug time, and the otllciuls it Mlho were In n hurry to get away. I baud-eCheapest over the papers mid the parcel withia the ear) out n word. 'Two minutes later I walked out of to buy. tho postofllcc wldi Joy In iny heart mid n smile satisfaction on my face, I If you rantasowlii machine, wrlto for had sent of parcel ! a taldon the our latest catalogue before you purchase. ly Herald. Mass, NEW . HOME d ,vir off.-I.on- Tbe New Home Sewing MachtM Co., Ouvge, This unique and valuable Ath3 i free From Electric Fixtures to all Evening Tost subscribers. If not While Vour Skin ,1s Wet. now a subnber, send S3.00 for a full vA mail H In much gi eater danger year's subscription, or $2.00 for a suf from electric shock when taking a,bath months' subscription by mail. than under tidimuy conditions, as the Pleas understand, thesa rates araiy mall surface of the body when moist offers only, ad not throush earner or agant. much les-- resistance to the current OUR. SPECIAL COHBINATION OFFER: than when dry.' I'eisous hae been $3.00 Daily Erer-in-r Pos. oca year bathing by cunent that killed 'while 9L50 Kantucky Governor's Wall Chart would scarcely have affected them outHartford Republican, 1 K - $1.0lt side the bath. sa.s Cosmos of Pails. mum M ALL THREE FOR - - - $3.50 Halthaaid told nt the Society of Taflft.a4ai I.eMl '.Medicine of the ease of a lady killed by electric shock In her bath-looftiJSIUj! at the liniment when she was mammmmmmm piesslng the button of an electric bell between the poles of which theie was' a difference of potential -- of not more than HOolts. In ordinary circumstances, "owing tp the great resistance of tbe human body, such a small electromotive force presents no great danger, but when tbe circuit contains, us Iti tho case reported, a large surface of moist skin the resistance falls and more than 100 may pass through tbe organ-Ism- , WHY NOT MAKE A. MONTH sufficient at this tension to produce death by tetanliatlou of the reSSO.oo almost StO.00 Pay spiratory muscles. s , volts are Currents of even forty-siboxea lalllllllllllllllllllllV Belling Victor Sates and to mercnanis, aociors, lawyers, aenusis ana dangerous in a bathroom. It should be f arioers, allot TvlioiuresUzetheneeU1 remembered that currents of feeble InOI a sate, out uo nui auuir uuw vmmj 1 1 sa iu win one. Salesmen declare our proposition on of tensity con produce a sudden rise of monev.maklnif opportuni th lnt. clean-cu- t arterial tension capublo of causing sudties ever receUed. Without previous eztierl-enc- e YOU can duplicate tbe success of others. den death lu a person with a weak catalog Our handsomely Illustrated heart. will enable you to present the subject to cus- aaaaaaaaaaaaValllllllW9V . High tensions, enabling currents of uiauucraa suougu loinera in as inieresiiiiK tlirough our factory. Men apitoloted as limfriu-tlonfour to Ave amperes to pass, have you were piloting them I.uiiiiiUuivauilvlp..itil for aellluir safes, srlvinir quite a different effect. They do .not convincing talking points which It it Impossible for a prospective cuitotner to deny, vtlif don't YOU be the first to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the turrltiwjt. generally cause death, because tbe We can favor only one sa.es.uau out o. e.; ....,. modifications of the tissue piuduced ut company was celebrated tr tbe polut of contact at once oppose a erecting the most modem m fsclorj in tbe world. Wfcte considerable resistance to the passage awake tnen who recelsecl oarr of the curreut. The Intensity within apeclat selling tndurrBru organism Is not sufficient to cause rendered Itnecessary the ouroutput. Vsr sprmslufc-mantetaulzatlou of tbe respiratory musthousand of dollars cles, aud tho lesions are usually purely larglngour slorgaulTats-iv- , to lesrn all particular, it. but local. will cot you onfy th price V Socquet nlso observed a cuse of postal earn. electrocution with on electromotive AiklrtWHt8r. force much lower than J 10 tolls. There was uo burn at the point where the THE VICTOR. current entered, but ut tbe autopsy the lungs showed the characteristic lesions SAFE & LOCX; of asphyxia and even actual t. For the Literary CIKCfKBtn,jOli Our Na Ham. CaaeKy 20,000 Sates Annually. s hmm - AtaViT t'i if IflU hWM mill!-amper- es J a Wk, a $200. - - Tbafs a x flre-pro- 1 1 (- -. taUa Cf, H cJmk, irtlord Republican. nccor.llnR to lw at tho roitotllc n mnll ranttfr of the Mcond V Kntnrrd W.rHord. Ky., of them lmvo not sold at all. This ONE MORE BLOW 33 per cent. Is not In circulation and lias not gone to iay wages, buy fltorc FARMER'S goods or innkc Improvements. That much business the present administration has deprived the country of. ' AT PROFITS 'I I everywhere. No one knows just what j of Ten Cents a Dozen in price to do. In this coiWltlon of tiunss, Address nil communications to how can the country be In a prosper- The Hartford Republican. 'niia VUHUIHVIll? Paid to Farmers. lMO Ready-to-We- ar Did the country ever prosper when NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS the farmers were crlpplud? Never. H.rr cnit 8nlrltori ilwlrliiK theadtlri'i-- . In to n new Nor ever will. Those who supported Taft pot their niaklnc tlie the oM nddm iiinit of jj laboring men, you sec to It that defeat when ho was not elected. The requrnt. ntlnp :.icnl nml Notlw ! per line nml ' the farmer gets the best of a show, 'good, solid, honest farmer who sup- in jk jmr line tor moti mlillllnniil lnrrtlnn. If you want to get work and wages. ported Wilson nr.M tho Domocratic Oliltnnrii-- . l(eeoliitlon nnil I'ntil if Thank f When the farmer suffers, you will party will soon Kot theirs. The tak- !! for ptrllne motiej In ndviuit-eOnrrh Xntiee tor eervirr. tw, but otinriget less work and .lower wages. Clevo lug of protoctlon from thq things the t nmt, 5e line. of farmers have to sell and the leaving ser- - () entircn land Leader. to in will receive bo Anonxmou. ruramunlvtilton . lit on what 'the farmers have to buy . ' i attention. ; this line. R.Slllt Of Placing Meat On Is going to make farmers do some ex- vice to A . I jef L tra sweating durlnK tho remainder of ecu-u- . & 10 irom There -- 3 tho Wilson administration. Cvirsi-ecrlaii... . 1'iacin1 meat on me ir-- o usi ,. 1 Z ,. i.i- - are lots of Instances of how a D .mi ,, , . rarmcr:' of mastyle, ner ino new i.inu nas not uiuy ocratic administration effects a tann M to rcduco the cost to the consumer er, but Just now wo will take thii FRIDAY, MARCH 13. De ex- nnisn, but has administered to the domestic of eggs; eggs, which are She severest matt meat producing Industry the in of I linn rtinfojl 111 llintlV VflTrfl. source of a consllJcniblo supply One wonders what will bo the fem- 1tl.u lho farmcf' b"1 "M Uvo fB, said J. E. Poole, editor of the ask to con- inine substitute for the smoker. ilson Ucmocratlc con- WorU, In an address befor Jl f l ll,,3 ,lst " "lt0 alto- How the women delight even In tho American Live Stock Assocla- in wholesalers are to buy from abroad politics to keep tho men guessing. tlon. in Denver last week. Penalty to Soon go On. thc American fanners will sell of ask w "Alarmed at the prospect cf an In-1cp than they have ever Despite the lack of education undation of Argentina and Australian thc, Tho taxes recently levied by thc jf y. linnii anlil In Mm nmninrv of UvitlC City Council of Hartford are now Gen. Villa is a sreat "' " beef and mutton and Canadian cat-;"men. just reau mis marKct repon, due and I am ready to collect awl tle, tlm!lJ growers unloaded preclp-Pool- e. s la- - receipt for same. The penalty of C nr uy wc giaui "All thru taken from tlie New York Call, a criticising your litiously," said Mr. "IVhv waste time bor paper which has nothing to 'do per cent will soon go on. So please faults? Your friends will Ho It for the summer Chicago and other mark- either thc Democratic or Republican do no't neglect this matter but Bet .JUUglUClll. ets were glutted with stock. At a : ---moment when confiJenco was assert - parties. Think over thq facts here ready to pay now, In order to avoid - thc penalty. Office In First National how you, DcmocratIf Mexico Is borrowing money from ins itself and growers, darins a given, i J. I STEVENS, Japan, from whom is Japan borrow- - profit In raising cattle and shcep lc farmer, worKeu to ciecj. wnson. Bank. i call to to Marshal City of Hartford. wero stocking up, faith was- - routed "Wilson, thats all" you, will remem- !13tf. ins? ber, and then If you want space to by fejir and 'demoralization ensued. j of Habitual Constipation and all livci .Both tho March lion and the Tarn- -' urectjng enterprises by tho hundreds express your feelings send us the copy . .1 New York were aUaudoned. any tiger have recently and you shall have it. This mark- troubles can be cured by using Ifi on City in their grip. Grlgsby's Ask J. H "Thus tho very measure designed et reiort says: I ii great majority of eggs now Williams, Hartford, Ky. o a ti first assorttt nn ..lt.Vl.0ia. . ti ... I ......n mti lD.2y MfaW. ttifirtnlotti to , rcliove The ll hum. ueniiK.ru.uc jeuuera by il. . rvnai is u .1 uie consumer Muiuuuni wiu uujivl iui belns consumed are eggs that were in the Kentucky legislature have not whicji it was Intended.. Had tho con- laid last April May and June. Owensboro Optical House. convicted each other? fidence engendered by the high fat A half dozen big esg receivers havo ready-to-we- ar pos- Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have useo (!) Germajor leagues of base ball, cattle market of 1912, and the con- - sent men to Hussla. Denmark, Throe "lasses made by R. C. I lard wick ' many aM Franco with instructions IU I cltrbs suggest the bewildering delights sequent advance in stockcrs not bden Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my endestroyed by tho menace of Free-- . to pack eggs for the American market of b three rlnff circus. tire satisfaction. Ills house and ma- Trade beef, and also mutton, pro- - for next springs storage. In March r lcnscs aro for Ju tluue trying times it Is reas- duction In tho United States iwou'JJ 'contracts aro made for storage egs chIncrcompieus in me aiaie, anu nt ... i.k-,,..i,nvn,m,-,st suring to know that our State styles. VUW by this time have made long strides tVl U41C DVMtlVilt AJt7b ,tw employs none but experienced work' Is on a grape juice basis. along tho path of recuperation price at seaboard iwas 20 to 21 cents men. C. M. BARNETT. About 70 per cent of tlie women wjiercas actual depletion has resulted. a dozen. SS "So far foreign beef lias failed to IMany of the eggs stored last year Give Humanity the Right of Way. are as mysterious in their voting reduce cost to consumers and much netted tho owners a profit of $1,000 as Ahey are in their other decisions. At tho New York unemployment of the stuff reaching Atlantic ports a car. With such iroflts in mind, Secretary Bryan neglected to send has not been suited for shop trade. speculators aro apt to 'pay a higher conference of February 27, as the bis congratulations to Speaker Clark Thc beef is aed and decidedly de- price for next April's delivery than New York Sun reiorts, "an appeal when the Speaker celebrated his re- ficient in quallfcy. However, it must was paid last April. Foreign osgs was made to President Wilson to give immediate attention to condicent birthday. be recognized as a competition, and are expected to keep the price Idown. every ton pf it entering the United consignment of Chinese tions in this country, which iwore Tho first Torn Taggart, the Democratic boss States displaces so much domestic eggs In the shell to reach America pronounced as grave." Crae Indeed of Indiana routed the Briyan-Wllsand Kansas was landed in San Francisco last are tho conditions. There is no doubt crowd at the EvanBvllle convention product." Missouri of that. But tho Whlto House schoolFarmer. week. It consisted of 40 cars of good one day last week. eggs averaged seven to the master does not want to hear about egffs. Tho reat thorn. He docs not want to be concountryTShe throws Tbis is Turning Against Us. pound, while It takes eight Americ vinced that grave conditions have Jer laborers put of work, by sending UiJJer the operation of tie an eggs to make a ixund. Free-Trad- e come from" the radical goods and then J? Europe for her Tariff ithe balance of A Chicago operator last October the army of unemployed trade is turning against us. It iwas disappeared suddenly without letting legislation which he forced upon a disperses. reluotant Congress. Is ho not send-in- e Or an Evening's Gathering Needs Cheer, irUh soldiers. in our favor durins all the years of anyone know where ho was going. his cabinet officers arourid the The Kentucky legislature has pass- a Protective Tariff. But .what could Backed up by plenty of capital he country to proclaim thq existence of Drink the Best ed a resolution providing $2,300 to we. expect when we throw our market went (at once to Hongkong and pro- desirable conditions? Lot us hope, open to our competitors without ceeded to buy eggs and ship them to however, baseinstall a restaurant in . the polithat he will side-traAmerica. They wero landed at an tics long enough to give humanity concessions from them? ment of thc capltol. Is this another proslalmed Reciprocity as .the average price of 17 cents a dozen, the right of way. way for raising salari.es? of Protection, but both anjd sold as high as 27 cents, mak to were shoved aside for Free-Trad- e Senator James will attempt on by ing a profit of $1,000 or more How's This? .string Beckham with the .powerful a Democratic President and a De!mo- - each car. In other words these 10 We offer Ono Hundred Dollars ReFederal machine Prosljdent Wilson is cratlc Congress.Camden (N. J.; Post- - cars made for this speculator about ward for any case of Catarrh that permitting him to build ''n Kentucky. Telegram. $50,000. cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Wjll he be able to do It? Encouraged by conditions in China Cure. 40 F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Free-Trad- e and a Lean Treasury. Cooperative Sunday School Work he has ordered n carloads of egg cas condition that , ,!. . rw " uuu- - " "!'"" w.iiui, of es In knockdd-dow- together and suffi Wc, tho undersigned, have known ii ...Uv..a.u, ...in .. w Ula w.v. Is, not nailed ,Kontucky State Sunday School F. J. Cliquey for tlie last 15 years, deolaro that tho low Tar- come to Ohio County cient fillers to pack at least 200,000 and bellevo him perfectly honorable ' iff has nothing whatever to do wlthi.Sunday, .March 29, for some special cases of Chinese eg's for American In all business transactions and fia lean treasury. They will attempt work among tho Sunday schools of markets. In China there are but two nancially ' ablo to carry out any ob- to prove by all tho principles of the,,. T. public cold storage plants capable Ifrrn trttta iiwwIa lit Itta t'letki ' the county. .Many of tho Sunday , , ol the county have their sessions only of carrying eggs. In the flush of the NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, on political economy that a low Tar- during the summer stason and are egff season in the country Vllstrlcts Toledo, O. iff could not possibly prcUuco such organized 7 on tho first Sunday in of China good t'3gs can be bought Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in. ,. a result. But every man old enough t ., ,, for two cents a dozen, and never Is ternal' acting directly upon tho whole-som- o to remember the economical history the temptations of street lifo as far Joplin's visit is to hold meetings tho price in tho big markets over blood and mucous Burfacc& of the who defend street work as a Bro. Free-TnJof the United States duiin occupation for boys. as his morals are concerned, und In each magisterial district, to which six cents u dozan. Boats equipped system. Testimonials sent free. and Protective Tariff periods delegates "1 do not, he said, I was a news- there is no doubt that his contact refrieqratlon make tho trip I'rico 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all from the several Sunday with ' e is well aware that the boy for Bovoral years on the lower Willi these condition arc frequently schools in tlie district will attend from Hongkong to San Francisco in Druggists. Tariff always Is accompanied by East side of New York, so I know his sufferings In other directions wliie for tho purioso of making an organ- - l.'i days, so esg transportation Is Take Hall's Family Pills for con something about the question. I do may seem lean treasury and thc Protective Tar- Izcfci, to toughen him, actually' effort for the con- feasible. stipation. iff always means trade balances largenot mean to say that a newsboy may take away from tho finer sensibiliproposes management Sunday duct and of Tho American speculator ly In favor of tho United States. not develop into the rjBht kind of a ties which go toward making of the schools in tliis comity. Coming as to pack Chinese eggs In American Tells of His Life. man, but it will bo in spite of the best lilnll of man." Cedar RapWs (la.) Republican. meetings do, just before tho cases and ship them to tho Pacific these The little newsboys that haunt the fact that ho was a nowsboy, not openlns of many Sunday schools Jn Coast for storing. If these eggs cost Democracy, Distrust and of It. It Is true Uiat the conCounty, It Is hojicM that much an averatfo of. six cents In China streots of Kentucky cities wljl liavo vVvv tho good may be done In tho ,way of get- - they can bo landed in San Francisco to go out of business until they aro tact the boy has with pooplo sliarp-en- s his wits, but tho danger Is that Domocracy has already ruined the ting before the people the true plan at a cost of 10 cents, which will be older if tho child labor bill now pending In the Kentucky legislature be ho will (depend exclusively upon thoso wool industry, notwltlistandlns the 'and purpose of the Sunday school, about 10 cents per Cozen less than One who wlfR In hln mnrn RPrfmia ivirk in llfn. pledgee of President Wilson that no Dr. E. W. Ford, Mr. John W. eggs cost last AprJJ to go Into cold comes a law. has won a national reputation is tho," The whole glamor of the street industry should suffer un- - ior and A. D. Kirk have been ap-d- storage. We have just received Rev. Charles Stclzlo. lie Is a member gives tho boy a disproportionate sense pointed as committee to assist In ids administration. With foreign eggs from Europd and of tho Now Jersey Child Labor Com- -' of real values. The tobacco taste of Tno Iron and steel Industries have this work, aiJd any Church or Sunday an influx a car of Furniture which ; from China, American been partially parallzed. Thousanlds school desiring Information about this speculators aro wondering what price mlttee and ho was asked thq other lifo that the nowsboy gets destroys we are able to say is the I whether ho agreed with those his taste for tho more normal things. RTfi put of work, more In the Western matter or desiring to invito ono of it will bo safe to paiy for tho April day That is made apirent in the fact part of our country than In tho East- - thesq meetings Into his community, eggs for storage. most complete.nicest and JT that when the average nowsboy comes era. There is no reduction Iu the cost may communicate with either of the ,Wo will add tljat Ohio County A Texas Wonder. to apply his mind In school to study of living, whilst tho wherewith to buy above named persons, most up to date line we ; farmers may also, heglu to do a little a living is Icis plentiful and hard- - j This is not u movement toward wondering. Domocratic victories are Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney an ho is not equal to tho task, ile can have had since theestab- not apply his mind consecutively and er to get. union Sunday schols, but Is an cf- - to cost them something. bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, seriously. Btuluesa men and manufacturers fort for tho General 'good of all Sun- lishment of our business cures dltbctes, weak tnd lame backs, y "This Idea that every nowsboy Is are fearful. Distrust and want of schools without regarfd to denom- House and Lot For Sale. and feel safe in stating rheumatism, and all Irregularities of on the road to tho Whlto House Is IJdence relt'n everywhere. jinatln, and will no doubt receive tho cottage, lare lot, we)l Good absolutely silly. It Is true that the Is discouraged. Ohio hearty support of churchmen and Sur. The farmer to you that we are ablo Improved, half square of College. Call tho kidneys and bladder In both men newsboy has tho udvantago over tho farmers look liard time In the face day school workers everywhere. Bro. and women. Regulates bladder trou on or address, mora qutotly trained boy when It comes Il to quote you the lowest! linowhig that there can bo no re- - Jopljn Is on ablo man in this work HOOKER WILLIAMS, bles in children .If not sold by your to alertness and repartee, but In tho lief from them Inside p.f four years, ( and his visit will he a treat and will Hartford, Ky. 3RL druggist, will send by mall on re long run ho Is outdistanced by tho ;; prices to be had. and posslblo not then, If divisive coun mean much to our Sunday schools, .J ' ceipt of $1.00. Ono small bottlo Is young fellow who lias lull tho udvan- ;: Call and. let us show 1 eeje prevail, thus throwing tjie gov- Awkward for Tariff"Reformers." two months' treatment, and seldom tago of thq school or Bomq other - you Will Ship Stock. ernmeut into the hands of Socialism, our lino. Anarchy and Democracy. Butter has dropped about .10 cents falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes work which may serve us an equiv, Turner & Bell will ship stock from Farmers sold their wool at a re- - ( Jlurtforil, Tuesday, March 17th. Thoy a pound, and tho causo assigned is timonials from this nnd other states. alent of a school education. auction of 33 per eont bolow what will bo elwl to get all stock for salo the Importation of foreign butter. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2020 Olive Street, St, " In addition to that great advan- nqwsboy is subjected to all 30152 ' tago t'-tie1;: got a year uc. Vast multitudes on that day. ' Butter has been lmportated from cquu- - Louis, Mo. Sold by .druggists. C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor b8 K S .worse tint S Free-Trad- e in Eggs Means a Drop ' . nitT-rtl- ir f. ........ u-- Fe Sf "f tries that people scarcely know to bo on tho map. With such a decline In the price of butter and. with lnrgo Impor tations of corn, beef cattle and sheep. ai.U already a lowering In tho price of these commodities, It Is little on- dar that tho esrtwhllo Ilull.Mccscr who is now a cnndVIato for Congress In this district Is making his eamjialg still hunt. Ho has been stuttering Si so long on the Tariff that Jic dare not open Ills mouth now on that important issue lest he loss thq power of speech. The men who cussed the Republican Tariff the past fow cam-- , palgus and thus mnde passible this Tariff against the farmer cannot very well condemn the pros-- 1 out Tariff. Such men arc not the one for tl.e farmers to put forward iu their representatives to ninko u now Tar' ' that will give the farmer n .. stpiarc deal. The men who cussed i.e w Republican Tariff and now condemn j y tho present Tariff are Btmi dj uino servers that trim their sails passing breeze with the hopei or tins some office. We have too ninny ill especof them in public life ially In the .Middle West. Tlie time has come, when they should be sent to tho rear very emphatically. Slay-to- n jjj Gazette. B lop-sld- j Spring Coats and Suits Spring Newness Pervades Our Department. I The latest conceits Dame Fashion "" "" be the very best a position f Uur prices you along AiAnn cpiu.uu tf range f workmanship, quality IZ $ For tney cannot tenai ana the country, celled by any dealer However, we do not you the matter sider our judgment gether, but we do your a little time that we may show you what we nave anu jruui win auiut I Coats and Suits are on display now, ready your inspection. We are $lj.jj I I F j I I IN THIS CONNECTION J ' Jii X 1 ... f. .. 1 i V- our vour attention Spring Ginghams immense variety 11 our sneives now. Tlnose mat are i who come see the biggest ment and have a new Spring Dress at the earliest cents per sible moment, at and yard. You have never seen better quality nor better we want jj j I E. P. Barnes & Bro. Rpavpi Dam. lCv. .,. 1 on Wilson-Underwo- Enfiiinnnf t For Sale By All Soft Drink Stand's, 5c. ck har-mald- .,'.. ,.'.,, Free-Trad- i ',.,. Je a'' ! oy i I I Furniture! er con-.da- -- J I Likens & Acton o HwwMwawnn OUR NEW GOODS! We Tho rovhftl which Is being conUNEMPLOYED ARMY ducted at tho court lious-- , continues with Increasing Interest .Rev. Lyon DRIVEN BY POLICE Is doing Bonic fine preaching and ' Ilia unltlilima n w linnml It. IrmMtf. aitljl npprfclntho aiidlonees jit each rervicc. There haw been a number of convor-tlon- s and u geii'ral awakening among the church people. Tliu meeting will continue over Sunday. I Hungry Footsore and Cold From Being Drenched with are now receivdaily our I s i 4 X Sacramento, Cal., Alcrch 0. Suffering with brulstll heads and empty Btoninfhs, 1.0U0 members of tho unemployed armies that hac been in New Spring Goods and Sacramento for the last two days, wero encamped tonight on thq Yolo' in the course of a few County side of tho Sacramento RIut, wero days more, we will be j Honor Roll of Hartford College. to which they officersdriven by Sacramento county today. Not all of them aro suffering from Tho following pupils at the end of I able to show you the (tho second term, bavin1? an average Injuries, but all were hungry. Alost grado cf !J0 and no grade below 5U, of them wero coJj from the drenching ' i'li ill!1 W, Pi vv-- Z . Klven them by the city Fire Departbest selection of Spring are on the Honor Roll. ment In routing them from their SacHIGH SCHOOL. the market Fabrics Alary Bean, Genea Brown, Goebel ramento camp. They sworo vengennco Crowe, Ma.io Clark, Elizabeth David- on Sacramento because of the forciMuch of our son, Allco Foster, lllntou Leach, ble ejection, but as thtlr only avenue afords. Pearl Sandcfur, Evelyn Thomas, Dsrr of entrance to this city is guaftlcd b D. Walker, Raymond Nail, Xorlnc several hundred armed deputy SherNew Dress Goods in WoolHarnett, Mattjo Uuke, Kdna Elliott, iffs, and tlic town of BrcJcrIck across Gorln Flencr, I.ucilo I'lrtle, Luercno tho river s cqual' well guarded, the ens are now in. These WHEN YOU MEET ANYBODY THE FIRSTT Collins, .lames Colcnmu, .Mary Bue, civil authorities believe they have the rrijiiT" 1 Johnson, Clarice Wait, Charley Ward situation well In hand and that State include the THING HE SEES IS YOUR HAT. NO MAN CAN Bjron Williams, Hn llutlcr, Evelyn trooiis will not be needed. The unemployed wero driven off tho Chirk, .Mae Whlttlnghlll. weaves and shades for AFFORD NOT TO WEAR A CLEAN. NEW HATV Southern Pacific right of way late toNORMAL DEPT. day by Deputy Sheriffs urmed with Karl Shroe, Anthony Daniel, Hess WE'UE GOT JUST THE HAT YOU NEED. COME spring wear. We keep Iludcon, Alarllssa Foster, Catherine pick handles, and police armed with clubs. They at first refused to go, Coda Raymond, Alice I'endleton, GET IT. on hands constantly Mc-Ca- ll but several stronK streams of water Taylor, Irene Wa:U. P (J "'Vail J A MAN SHOULD ALSO BE ON GOOD TERMS SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES. played on them by firemen started and com- McCall Patterns Kennedy Collins, Oscar Bennett, them on tho run. WITH HIMSELF. NOTHING GIUES A MAN MORE In ScconVl Street 'they stopped 'o 1576 Alary Nowbolt, Anna Rao Carson salesladies to ,5 cents Randall give battle, and in the conflict that James I'hlpjis, Ncrlnc Black, THAN WEARING GOQO Wattcrscn, Alary Ellen Aloorc, Glenn followed many heads wero ibrused ,by give you suggestions in regard to your wearShultz, tho Deputy Sheriffs and police, and TInsley, Goebel Shultz, Cesna CLOTHES NEXT TO HIMSELF. COME IN AND) ' the rioters were driven to Front St. Qurkc Napier. ing apparel. Some were clubbeU hard enough to LET US SHOW YOU SOME NEW UNDERWEAR. SIXTH GRADE. Alary Xonatt necessitate treatment at tho County Warren Collins, don't forget When in need of the SHIRTS AND HOSE. THIS MEANSJIVE .WILL SELL Rhodes, Alartlia Pate, Margaret IClng, Hospital, but their Injuries did not John Allen Wilson, Robert Sidney extend beyond that. us, and REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE THEM TO YOU. In passing Second Street, they atWalker, Iouls Gray lllrown. tacked streot cars, hurling stones antl THIRD AND FOURTH. WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Emily I'cndoton, Nellie Blair, Alary sticks thru windows and forcing passengers to sit down on the car floors. Alaxwcll Bean, J. D. Baltzell, Wi A stone was thrown thru thq wind lam Davidson. shield of Dr. John Griffith's automoFIRST AND SECOXD. bile, hitting him in iho mouth. Tlielma Estcs, Alary Tap'pan, Tho army was tirlvcn down Front Wilson, Lois Wilson, Joseph Carson, William Crabtree, '.. Wayne Streot to tho Al Streot Bridge. One Griffin, James Bean, George Elder, hunderd broke away and raided and INCORPORATED. Harris Walker, Isabclle Aloorc, Wal- wrecktll a saloon. They finally were ter Allsohke, Ronald Estes, Anna B. driven over the Al Street Bridge and . King, Ruth Lowe, Clara Wilson, Into Yolo County. Appeals to Gov. Hiram W. John Gcnova Howard Bonulo Sosh, Elena Aloselcy, Catherine Williams, Fronla son to call out tho mlljtla 'wero un Dever, Raymond Miller, Berenice successful, the Governor placing ev You can & " splendid maa- - Miller. erything in the hand of Adjt. Gen. ' 1 guoss real heroes, and they are rah-iazlnce one. year for 25 cents extra liy Fo'rnes, who was ln- the-zoof ac. had come to doub all of it. ' I renewing Washington was a ratherfino 'fel- the noble men anJ4 women Vho qtda-l- y, your subscription to The ' Uon. . Notice For Change in Road. FRIDAY, MARCH 13. low, but I am heartily sick of readRepublican. in everyday life, perform the simAt the Governor's request a cltl Ohio County, Court. Re- Harry ing so much stuff, about jiim. Ho wp ple offices of duty to ithelr leBawr zens' committee hccUod by If you will subscribe, jlo The; M. H. If E. Railroad Time Table publican for ono iycar wo will suud In tho matter of application for Thorp, d eputlzed 500 men 100 to do no doubt, a pretty skilled fighter man. Carnegie donates a huodsa chango' of road from J. 1. Clarks' duty in Sacramento and 100 tn Brod-eric- and was perhaps regarded as good thousand dollars, he has you four montnI' magazines for only at flaitford Ky. pay by to the lower Paradise road and escorner erocer, but when wrung from the defenesless poor. t Tho Sheriff and District AtM ceults tablishing road from tthe said lowL. ft N. time card effective Monday charge U camo to statesmanship Alexander endow a library for readers who c torney of Yolo County are in j R. L. Dever & Co. are still hand- - er PartVJiso road to the upper Para-dls- o Aug. 21st. Hamilton had him skinned a city able to buy .their own hooks, mni.t3tm of itho force In that county. duo 7:19 a. m. ling a general line of Feed Stuff. No. 112 North Bound road. scattenjtl about block. Tho blograplcal artist never poor washerwoman glvep a ujuvtac Part of the army Is Call them and got prices over the dally except Sunday. To Hon. John B, Wilson, Judge this city. Thfr rest is disrupted, as uses just the right amount of paint. she has earned with her hoard tn 33t2 Ohio County Court: 2:20 p, in. Farmers' 'phone. is always too much or too little, tub, to poor Tom Jonos who- has No. 114 North Bound due Its leaders are in jail, charged with It dally except Sunday. and he has daubed away too heavy lost bis all by fire. Who Is the TJio undersigned, W. C. Overton, iigrancy. Tho bluest bargain we have ever on Washington. Every man that evNo. 115 South Bound due 8: 45 a. m. 0ffm,i our subscribers Is The. here? Assured the newsW. II. Aladdox, ot al, petitioners Nineteen officers of tho army, Inexcept Sunday. er Mveyd had his mean side ibut achi- papers would not report and jbiatacr herein, would respectfully show that cluding "Gen." Kelly, 1)UUHobji and four magazines, all one submitted No. 113 South Bound duo 1:16 p. in. ..par for only $123 each and all of ithem are citizens, pecaefully to arrest this forenoon, evement often daubes It pver with would not record tholr gifts win Relieves the Carncffles and Rocketeflwas dally except Sunday. residents und land owners of Ohio after refusing to accept transporta- cheap paint. If your subscription to Tho Re- County, Ky. 11. E. MISCHKE, Agt. Then thcro was Bonedlot Arnold would ciUow libraries and Instttnftaa? tion back to San Francisco, whence publican Js Uue? better iay up now respectfully ask this they iaid come. Petitioners whoso memory It Is tho fashion to Yes, sir, most public relations art and get four iblg magazines, all ono honorable court to causo the follow handlo with .tongs. Now I am not go- - shams and makeshifts, and. as For Blount's Sulky Plows, call on year, for only 23 cents extra. ing cliangq to be mado In the Rock-po- rt lntr to canonize Benny, but he "was of us are, consciously or uncoaBdascs-l- y, Administratrix Notice. 32t'J Likens & Acton. liars and hypocrites, and uarfa When In town don't fall to call and Paradise public road, persons having claims against not all hud. Thcro is no such a state All MInco Alcat In bulk, first class-Mo- ore's at 4ho W. A. Wllkcrson Restaurant near J. I. Clark's resi tho cstatp of Dr. S. J. WeHdlng, de- as total depravity. If .Washington had at interest to sugar coating popaAar .Meat .Market. (Rosenblatts old stand) next door to dence In the Rockport and Paradlso ceased, aro hereby notified to pre- been as just as his panegyrists paint dellnquenccs, a little? plain uuvarulsli-c- d exposures may from tunc to t&cvat Meals sened at public rouid; thenco S. E. over the cleanliness and satis- - ' Bank of Hartford For Service, sent tjism to me projerly proven on him Arnold might himself havo been all hours. faction. visit City Restaurant. lands ot J. I. Clark about 1U0 yards; or before Juno 1, 1014 or htey will tho master of thq revolution. I ac- bo expected from. THE GBUAIBLEn. somo gratltudo toward Dur In Ilart-ror- d. j Tho Wllkcrson Restaurant Is now thenco same direction over tho lands bo barred. Also, thoso knowing thorn-selv- knowledge "There's a Photo-'raph- er by noto or account to forefathers for clearing tho forests, ly furnished throughout and tho best of Elvis Williams about 550 yards; Indebted Below the bridge SCHROETKR. Wire Fencing. I to be had In tho market to cat Is at thencq S. on" lino between the lands said estate aro requested to settle bulldlns tho cities and freeing the to serve you. Wc Just lovo colonics from British domination, but of Elvis Williams and J. J. Russell by boavo date. j your command day or night, at reas Tho famous Kltselman woven fc City Restaurant, I am everlastingly osliamed of that 'about 270 yaikls; thenco S. E. over AIRS. MINNIE W. WEDDING, onable prices. fence, and barbed wire, can bo taut James Loi)R, Proprietor. fierce, bloodthirsty tasto out ot which the lands of J. J. Russell about 400 Administratrix. soirof --Mr. and Airs. Will Tho little our early settlers butchered the in most any style, that you mar lie-IMr. W. (T"ETe7ly7enJUJrtown, was yards; thenco S. on lino between the 33t4. Hartford, Kjy. Gillespie, homo last Friday died need of at Likens & Acton's. wretched and helpless natives of the a caller at our offlco while, lujre yeslands of W. C. Overton and Layton .Monday night from jinfantile diseases, now world. That the tranquility of terday. Consolidated Mieting. Williams about 100 yards; thenco S. Tho. Interment was at Oak wood Tues- E. on the Jino between the. lailds of Arrangements aro being mado for the early settlors In no way required Fresh barrel Jumbo pickles and i day afternoon. Layton Williams and E. R. Williams a great meeting of Ohio County mem tho wholesale butchery pf ithe naSaner Kraut, just opened at Aloore's Mrs. Zelma Alalln died at her about 400 yards to Intersect tho Low- bers of tho Consolidated Tobacco tives is amply provcB by tho experi.Market. Meat home in tho Liberty neighborhood er Paradlso public road. Growers' Association at the cqnrt ence of the peoplo who colonized Mr. W. A. Wllkerspn, proprietor Tueqlay of pneumonia. Her funeral Also, t' establish a public road house In Hartford Saturday, Alarch. Mexico and South America. Hero tho was In Leltch-flel- d Home Restaurant, and burial took place ot Liberty from point in lower Paradise public 21st at 10 o'clock a. ra. Bradley W11- - emigrants amalgamated with the naTuettfay. morning. Tho services wero road where above proposed change son and other speakers ,will be pres- tives, and if tho result in those coun m mi civilization somewhat Jotw-Blount's Stecl and Oliver Chlllcjd conducted by Rev. Russell ot Beaver Intersects said road, as follows: ent. It Is hoped that all members will tries is than ours, their colonizers, who Plows and repairs can bo bad at Li- Dam. Beginning at point of Intersection bo present. 35t2 havo already stood at tho great bar kens & Acton's. Magazines should be regular ot said proposed change with lower Good of judgment; were, not calluid upon For Sale, Cheap . Mr. AlvaCaUowoy, of Centertown, visitors to overy home. Her & Barnott Paradise rooJJ; thenco Southeast with traction to account for tho murder of a whole Ono J. I. Caso called to seo us, while hero ton busi- aro the exclusive agents in Hart- line between the lands of iLayton Wil engine, near Calhoun, Ky.; also ono continent of people, whoso only pro Wednesday. ness ford and vicinity and will tako Kreat liams and E. R. Williams about traction engine, vocation was a desire to retain in Mr. FelixShaver, Beaver Dam, R. pleasure In 'handling your order. 400 yards; thence in same direction J. I. Caso near Bowling Green, Ky. These en pcaco their ancestral huntlns grounds F. D. No. 3, pa'd o" ort,co a a),eus' Write for catalogue and other In- over tho lands of K. R. Williams Everywhere a seeing cyo Is turn but almost as about SO rods; thenco Southeast ov- gines are second-hanformation. ant call whllo Jn town yesterday. food as now. See J. G. 1CEOWN, ed It falls upon hollow mockery, illy er tho lands of W. D. Shull about Mr. C. W. Morgan, ixuckois, Mp Josn Wesley .who has been nro 35t2 pocracy, vanity and and liald UlQ guet or h,8 brotheri iUVi E,j 800 yards; thence same, direction ov- Hartford, Ky. hero onbuslncss Tuetfday, everywhere predominant. Alost heroes er tho lands ot W. D. Shull and J. Grumbles. us a apjujecUtod call while hero. Wesley, at No Creek, several weeks, and philanthropists aro but wreck-les- s obtainable will bo found here: Tow 150 jarda to .tho upBulllngton left yesterday j ieft yesterday for bis homq at Yose-f- II. Miles about bidders at .tho world's auction need not take my word for It; buj nfc Mr. E. L. A fellow gets little credit for per Paradise road aiJd Intersecting points In Louisiana on a prospefc- - mte, Ky. Ho, was oocompanled by his Krumbllng and yet It Is tho greatest of doubtful aud Inconstant pralso. and you will soon be convinced. same about 300 yards West of Hopeniece, Mlsa Osa .Wesley, who woll ting tour. He will bo Kono ten Ua s. factor In the wortd to Jlirosh cold When asked why ho committed so God Feed, makes good Block; pwi well Church.' ow wanton an act as firing "tho AorojK)-11- s stock means much money, therefore: factB out of mixed extremes. prepared "to supply mako an extended visit Ito hor grand "Wo are-nTills February 28th, 1014. It pays to buy tho best. parents, mo to toll My little boy just asked at Athens the wretohUd wan your wants In now Suits, now Shoes W. C, OVERTON, ot al. My quotations for eoods in oris whllp on tho way to Jils execuhim a story. I began a rohersal or Wo must again cali our reader's cntlro family, and ' Oxfords for tho Advertised as provided for by Ken story tion. "Because I know tho natnq of condition aro lower than the lignrcs CO. CARSON & tho Washington and his hatchet attention to our.rulo us to charges on tucky Statutes, Chapter 110. of other dealers. .Aly prices speak for Wo ha o " ' when tho boy said d guatedly, "Oh the man who fired that famous build- themselves. Mr. W, ATwUkerson Is again In the all obituary notices. H. BENTON, T. In history shucks, I know all about that old ing, would be recorded business. He Is In tho old t cently received two obituaries which County 'Road Engineer. cherry tree business, and I guess It's down to tho last agos of the world." Rosenblatt stand next door to tho wero not accompanied by the charges d alt a Ho anyhow. Tell mo a now one." Altliouuji Uiolr deeMs are sometimes Ho is an exper- - ( and In addition had no names Bank of Hartford. Now that boy is an embryo phi- per sq nobler, this firebug's motive public c(J to them. As much us we rogrot man and can serve tho The Produce Merchant' FLETCHER'S losopher. Ho had heard so much ful- has moved most of tho oded and satisfactory manner. Glvo him to leave out such articles, It Js un- in a heroes pf later times. Life's HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY some praise pf Washington that hq avoldablo ing almost I By special arrangement wo arc enabled to offer tho Woninns' Wdrld, Homo Life, Green's Fruit Grower and Farm Life, four splendid inonth-- ( ly magazines, together with ono 'years subscription to Tho ltepubllc-n- u, for $1.2.). This holds good for either rcuownls, old suhssrlptlons. or to now subscribers. You cannot nf- tf. ford to miss tills bargain. Water. NEW ' i that HATS Bmi Hl i I II a. I newest ' patterns Se! Spetent SELF-CONFIDEN- latest, 6b Co-ri- CARSON Si CO. Hartford, Kentucky. d, Hartford 'Republican.' : ne- k. "a3sy exl - jtr. ft&iX-anthro- Re-dai- ly nnt es n THE BEST FEED yes-Urd- er I SSS9rSSSf 1 d, ( self-inter- or fj, -- s!gn-ience- a ca: f CA'STJfRIA Children Ory rffjlft W. E. ELLIS me-dal- ed wvwwuQMMMMWitnvMM aiuiMpwLiit wtm imiwilWHiHWiUm wmmiirium A PHOTO -- DRAMA of CREATION imRm Heel &nd Voice United to Tell Absorbing Story of Human De velopment Life of Christ, Culminating Fact of History, L One Feature of Free Exhibition. , t Non-Sectarian, HISTORIC BELL. Dntmn Dedicated to Public by President of the t. a. S. A.. Pnitor P.uJiell of Brooklyn Tabcrn&cle. the bidden, mechanical lecturer, speaking In tones of eloquence and might, cii-- ; 'v,i'A. iJLArr? n $r - VF3? rl vii rt ifcl s' i v explains clearly each picture-Scene- s Staged in Holy Land. The preparation of the tllms ued In TATIIOKVnit Vy will may the exhibitions has Involved a consld- now, wlth-- i er.iWe expense and activities conduct' out moiiyy nnd ed In all parts of the world. The price.cr.is have been carried Into the Holy see and hear the Laud, and there ou the Mount of panorama a n d cam-witho- ut From the Guerricro to tho Constitution, Then to a Mill. One would hardly expett to find an c object of historic Interest In so n place as a New nngland mill nn object older limn the oldest title of the English peerage, tin object made before the Kugllsh parliament was lormcd. Yet such an object Is in di:ll. use In it factory nt S.ijlcsvlllo, It. I. It is n bell, whose history Is a most In terestlng one. Around the bell, about four Inches from the crown. Is tills supro-Fni- m p Directory County Oh.if .1.. Circuit Court T. P. Blrkhcaul, Juugc; Ben I), itingo, jvtloim, u. 1. .Mldklff, Jailer; K. O. Bnrruss, Clerk; 13. E. BJrklicad, Master It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, llnrtford. DcnuUcs-- d. A. Ilrntchcr; office deputies .Mrs. S. O. Kcown mid Gllmore Kcown. Court convenes flr.st Monday in February nnd continues three weeks; third Monday In April, two wcjeks; third Monday In Urtobur, two weeks. County Court John 11. AVIIaon, Judge; V. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk; C. IC. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court (.oni'snois first Moudntv tu each month.' Uunrter'y Court Begins on tho first Mommy lu every month. Kj Court of first! Tuesday in January nnd tirst Tuos-- , day In October. ., Other County Officers- - C 3. Calmsr-Coiivoti, Mo-Ky- UPlRtrj'SBBI'CmJilL rww Otto C. Martin f Attorney at Law Will . HA.UTFOUD, KT. prnctlco his profiialoii In UU and adjoining counties. Commercial and Crlmlu.il Practice n. Specialty. .LOFMKCtti In a city vrlier: roct! abcunj, the TowhtUn IitacS tha litt. It Is f.rit In the liearu o' lu ccuatrymtn. perscription: "IVter Secest Amsterdam. Anno lLVk'S, Barnes : & mo feilt." H Attorneys at Law rJARTFORD, KY. Smith 53fJ the story of man's earth. on 7 V- - vj LAND APPEARS. thiough1 the mod I u in of his eyes nnd how Ills "through nil the ages one Increns learn life He may II Ifr. ' oars lup purpose run." The moving picture film, beginning days when chaos lay on with the far-of- f the waters, is depleting for us how God called the earth Into being from the void and how He has upheld It and rust.ilnod It nnd carried It onward and upward townrd Its divinely appointed poal. All this Is done while inncliin-Fry- , reproducing synchronously the tones of the human voice, helps In entertaining, enlightening and instructing the nudltor. All this Is being accomplished and will be accomplished by the marvelous photo-dramof "Creation." produced by the International Wide Students Association. This body of earnest nnd .ttlve supporters and disseminators a nnd in Jerusalem have been found the backgrounds for tragedies. Nature has not changed tho face of the land of Palestine much for so many centuries, and the houses nnd the customs and dress are much us they were before the Christian era. The Ordeals of the Martyrs. Some of the most graphic representations of the films have to do with the Olives The date, together with other well authenticated fuels, leads to the belief that the boU'was lung used in a convent belfry In Kiigl.ind and was taken therefrom for public ue during the leforuiatlou. But the connecting link between Its life In the old world and its advent to America is the famous naval battle between the Gticnlew and tlie Constitution. The Guerrlcrc. ti helpless wreck, was rolling In the trough of the sen. while her brave but defeated commander. Captain Dacres of the royal navy, on the dock of the American frigate, the Constitution, was offering his sword to gallant Captain Hull. The two officers h.id been friends In time of peace, having often exchanged hospitalities at the Mediterranean ports, and now Hull's magnanimity shone out. ; "I'll not tnko your sjword. ftacres," said he. "Keep It." t In the meanwhile the boats of the busily engaged In Constitution were transporting the crew of the defeated ship to the deck of the victor. A midshipman reported to the flr.st lieutenant that the ship's bell had been carried away by a grnpcsdiot from the Guerrlere nnd that there was no way of announcing the time to the ship's company. At that moment the Guerrlere. gave a succession of heavy plunges, and the clear tones of a tine bell rang over tile water. "Go get the Englishman's bell." said the lieutenant to the midshipman. "There will be no further use for It on board that craft." The Guerrlere surrendered at T o'clock In the evening of Aug. 10, lSl'J. and at 8 o'clock the same evening Peter Secest's bell In sonorous tones rang out the hour on board "Old Ironsides." With the lapse of time the bell, amid the confusion and debris common to a great navy yard, became misplaced, lost its Identity nnd was thrust carelessly to one side. It found its way to the scrap heap, was afterward sold by the United States nnd finally came to rest in its present quarters. Boston Post. AN loy, r-- - in 1 iw!!ecc Tl-- Tie Towliatsn 1 refined, cluuc, and restful. lis excellent location on IYmis) tvaiia A;nuc, ISth and It Slrretf, tnakef It n desirable liiidqiir-t.i- s (or bri.'al couplet, t 'jrist artit, comentions, Scliooli and , Towlritan attracts the rtoplc ol tulturc and education. Its pm nny to Stat- -, War and Nav Uepartments, also lo man? points o( Mstoricat interest, makrs this liotcl ti racially attractive to s discriminating public. The Poulntan offers rcoms with detached bath at $1.50, Roor-- .s SI. CO and up with private bath, $2.50. CJ.C0 and vp. Write for booklet with trap, F. I). No. 2; Tom lllnes. Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; 0.nn Shults, Superin- tendent, liarifoid; Dr. A B. Ililey, Coroner, Hurt ford; T. II Benton, Koad Knglncer, llartlord. ford, K" JUSTICES' COtKTS. I'd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft? .,. '1.1 survejor, loi'dsllle, It. Mtns. v. 11. B.irn-- iiml C.' B. Suilt.li annoutioe tluit liwj lisivo iform-- a partrnTidilj) for tlio Kotwral practice of kvv, cxcvipt crliuinul and dlvor c.x.s, Mr. Smith bolng touisty Atbir-jiw- y is prevented frckin practjlcltig nuch jccasMi Mr. Bornus will Individually fUHlltt Rllnll lir.intln. In firrir.vi Hartford Itepubllam building, Hart- - CLIFFORD K. LEVIS. Mssajcr. (: II. ittiiiiniiuiiniini.ii;tM.iiiniif I NAVE YOl'H SUITS I Cleaned s Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and delivered. month. I Repaired. Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per Hartford Pressiirg Gliiii, GUNTHKU ANIMAL IN PAIN. BLD(l.,CENTElt ST. lssVVVssflsyslsslHsMusKSsssssl tmmmW2mmrmr&l&!k tr. sjBGsdLLLLH VKvWMsHHsBHH IHHsrHH y j. ., ...,.,!-tZ.-J- x "DID YE THI8 IN MY YJAMET" sf God's Word Is planning to place In many large cities the photo-dnimwhich fells In interesting, easily understandable picture and word the sto- - early struggles of the Christian Church. .Many sterKptIeou slides are also Intro- mmmmWflmmr r aaH aaaaEiUiKW: ''.MFSffeaMM BBSjSjSSJSjSjWSjSJks.Sjr. TfSBBBM I bbHIbhuHjbSsVHb&s' - aBat duced, bearing reproductions of famous paintings. The International Hlble Students Association operates under a British charter nnd has offices at Lancaster Gate W., London. Its American headquarters are at No. 17 Hicks street, Brooklyn. The association is supported by voluntary contributions. It has n large staff of lecturers, and its ac- - mmmmWmlmmtl MM "READING BIBLE FORBIDDEN." ry of the earth's creation, progress and development. First Production In New York. A start was made In New York City, where a largo theater building was opened to tho public, freo of charge. Then followed Cincinnati, St. Louis. Cleveland, Toledo, Boston, ludhuiapo-Us- . Los Angeles nnd S.in Fiancls-co- . Men, women ami children are thronging to beur and see the btory of their "CHRISTIAN MARTYRS OF OLC." tlvltles extend to all the principal cities of the United Stales and Lurope. The object of the association is, through various means, to encourage Bible btudy, and in the moving picture BBBBBBBBBBYBBBHBBBSflBBHHVBBBBBBBBBBLVBH It Suffers Less Than Man on Account of Iti Low Intelligence. It is a platitude that "pain Is as one feels It." But that statement falls a considerable way hhort of the truth. The measure of pain undoubtedly depends as much upon realization, comparison and constructive memory as upon sensation. In other words, the Individual with the most highly developed Imagination enjoys and suffers most intensely, though not perhaps most violently. Tain nnd death are terrible in proportion ns one Is capable of relating them to experience. To children they are not terrible In this sense, because children have small experience and even smaller powers of Imagining relations. In the case of animals tho power of constructing n memory picture and relating tlie same to prcbcnt conditions Is probably exceedingly low, if not entirely absent. Bain to an animal repexperience resents an unpleasant begun and ended sharply. It Is unrelated. It has no social or moral slg nlllcnncc. It Is jiot terrible In tho wide sense. An anliunl lives from moment to moment. At any given moment It happiness Is n question In the main of physical comfort. The caged skylark (though It must not be supposed that this is any defense of an objectionable practice) experiences none of 'the misery of the caged man. It does not know that its liberty Is hopelessly lost It cauifot relate Its present position to past experience In the way In which a prisoner can and must do. Tho cage Is merely an accidental obstruction which may at any moment disappear. Should the bird stop struggling It does so because struggling Is unpleasant, not because it is hopeless. London Chronicle. Hlghtly' Practical. "Your business college for young ladles seems to be all right." "It is all right." "Do you give the girls a good practical business training';" "In reply to that question I can only say that 0 per cent of our graduates marry their employers the first year." Louisville Courier-Journal. HARTFORD, KY. USE LIV-VER-L- AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Feel right all tho time. Don't lay ofl from work for days by taking calomel keeps .you when pleasant Lii- - Vet-La- x on your feet, while relieving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don'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 add certain in results. It will won't be long before Liu- - Vcr-Ia- x completely displace calomel in cvcr.V home. Children can take it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. COc and fcl in bottles. None genuine without the likeness and signature of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. Electric Bitters 1 BBBBViBSBMiBBBBViBlmBBBiBBH IHbSbBbbKbbbh IbBhlBb9BBBbBBK 3!!mfoJmWlmmmmmmmmmmWm K'Vt'SAilBiH "" M I 8ucceed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. .'bbHVBK 'd&VmWESdfm9? Zwf KmwS3tKrmfi FOR KIDNEY J.IVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k is the best medicine vr w!4 over a druggist's counter. SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antiseptics is Monday in September, TuesLaw A day after od Momlay in December. KY. L. A. McDanlel, Ilockport, Friday HARTFORD, after 3d Monda lu .March, Friday after yd Moivlay In June, Friday ASSOCIATED WITH M. U HEAVIUN after Cd Monday lu September, This offico Is equipped for haiui-lln- g Friday after 3d Monday lu DeCommercial Law nnd Collection cember. S. V. Leacli, Croihwell, Wednesday Items ns well ns other legal and litiafter 3d Monday lu March,, Wed- gated matters. 1'r.ictlco lu all the nesday after Sd Monday lu June, courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. WiUncsday after 3d MoiCday In September, Wednesday after 3d Mon- M. LfHeavrln's Office. day in December. It. C. Tlcht'nor, Contertown, Sat urday after 3d Motility In .March. Saturday after 3d Monday In June, Attornoy at Law Saturday after 3d Monday lu Sep- temucr. Saturday alter 3d Monday CROMWELL, - KY. In December. , Wnson Smith, Select, Tuesday "AVI J I practice his professloli In this after I'd Monday lu March, Tuesday and adjoining counties. Collections, after I'd Monday in .May, Tuesday nnd Criminal after 3d .Monday lu August. Tues- - Commercial Prompt and Practice ti Specialty, vigorous Uiy after 2d Monday lu November. .i service w. S. Dean, Dundee, after tho second Monday In March, Wednesday after Monday in May, Wednesday after" 3d Monday in August, Wednesday after --'d Monday in Xovombcr. I AM Ben F. Uice, Foivlsvllle. Tuesday after 2d Monday in March. Thurs day after I'd Mond.iv In Mnv. Tlfurs- To do any kind of VeterinaIday after 2d Monday In August, ry work. Horses, mules and Thursday after 2d Monday in Nocows need not die for want of vember. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftCalls answered attention. er 2d Monday In March, Friday after day or night. 2d Monday in May, Fr'day after 3d Momhiv In Allcilst. KVIil.nv nft..r- - 1A Monday in November. Veterinary Surgeon HAKTFOHD POLICE COUItT. 0. C. .Martin, Judgo; McDowell, A. - Ky. Foglc, City Attorney: J. I Stevens, Marshal; Court comencs secoUJ Monday In each month. City Council J. C. Her. Mnor; It. T. Collins, Clerks J. E. Bean, Treas urer. .Members of Council J. C. IktH nett, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. I"ate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yeiser, W. 11. Gillespie. The National ' Weekly School Trustees J. D. Duke. Chairman; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIUIOlS SERVICES. n til tlinr M. Until this year nE. Church, South- - Services Colli tr't hat beemorning and evening even) first and (ssssssH.1 oldat$5.50. Now third Sunday In each month. Sunl lie price is $2.50 day school !):45 a. m. Prayer meetandwehavesreuted ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. aroncessiouv hereB. Napldr, pastor. by we c;ri offer it Baptist Church Sen Ices morning at a still further anVl evening every second and fourth reduction in conSunday In each month. Sunday school nection with this. 11:43 a. in. Prayer mooting every Wedpublication. nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pottle, pastor. Special Offer to Our Readers Christian Church Services evcrj third and fourth Sundaj at II u. in. Itcroiiniimc I lie demand for Cellur'i at lliu price, cliacnuje srraiiccmcnts to aiI 7 p. in. Sunday bchool 'J:30 n. in. "Iteriiovami our nun publication each one year it Elder Gwiiin, pastor. ot fo'iVr'alwr 1iu it a limited) for viler and must tc taken adi antacc ol I'rominbv SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. C7."i, F. and A. What You Get n Collier's M. meets every flrbt Monday night In each mouth. W. S. Stevens, W. Colhet't it tlie one lie. independent, fearlc. M.; Ownii Hunter, Secretary. vcrk ol 111? whole conntri Nut only in it the ciiiii it's hand l,uciL hut it is alwi a Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. E. S. nilKizinc for tlie whole (.mil). AnioiiL' the meets every second and fourth Monlimits that a jear't bulncnptiun Lives net day ovenlngs, .Mrs. J. II. Williams, tOOO n.litorlnl, W. M.; Jas. II. Williams. W. COO News Pholoi Miss Ellabntli Mlllor, Secretary. 250 Short Articles Rough Itlvcr Lodge No. 110 Knights ISO Short Stories 100 liluilr.ted returt i Pythias meets every Tuesday evenof 2 Complete Novels- ing. J no. W. Taylor, C. C; W R. Boti lor nlr Collier's Hcdrlck, K. or R. & S. $2.50 Hartford Tent No. ii'J, K. O. T. M. Hartford Itcpuhllcau moots every first and third Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, RecoiU Koeper. Acme Lodge No. 33U I. O. O. F. moots every second and fourth Fri day nights In each month. C. M. Burnett, Noble Grand; W. R. lledrick, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. V. meotB every second and fourth nights in each month. Tom Williams, Council Commander; W. C. Wallace, Clerk. MeCALL PATniNS Sunslilno Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M.. ttllabil tjr nearly ,5 years, bold'ln nearlr moots every first and third Friday very city anil town In tlie United States nights In each month. Mrs. Attyo Canida, or by mall direct. More sold than, any other make. Send tor tree cstiWucv. Griffin, Commander; Mrs. II. McCALL'S MAGAZINE E. Mischke, I.ady Record Keeper. Ko stone Chapter No. 110, R. A. Riacailns-nillll- on month. InvaluablejLaU M., meets every thliU Saturdrjy night I SiJ,,,Jrl" Pa',c"i lreinaklnir, mllljnery. p?in needlewoik, hdrdresslnif in each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, cents Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. double), Including f J"'I'"rhpo4 stories, etc. free pattesn. 'M er er ad Monday In June, Tuesday nft - M..lr. I.. t... 1. ''.....! .ft- - j- Vlrt I Jrl UK D. Attorney at KIRK T.WADESTRATTON Wcnl-tulsd- i PREPARED W. H. RILEY Hnrtlord, Collier's Collirrs in Clubs Fimt Time ' tie-fnc- c !; i'l t $2.50 Sut-uifd- I AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. mmmmMMJMiWftrmWwKmm bbbbbB 'i IBBBbV vfmS9K3 ivBKV VrSpm F T"'f ' ftfeMslBTv'L MiUM ir&K bbbV w9wm fmmTJmWmf &&JmmWWl&A,Kamm ftVJkd JJFZmV imWtvFCJmTj SmlmV MMSBHmZBtJkmmmm WmW4 WKfm-AMT- Plalm of Argentina. The roads of the plains of Argentina have deeper dust iu summer and deeper mud In winter than thoso of nny id her part of the world, consequently the wagons used ou them have wheels that ure from six to fifteen feet in tin meter. Chilly Text. fteafitfies A soluble Antkeptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches in treating catarrh, Inflammation or! '0rmW4mmmlWmm7& m WWj ESrXXmYmmmm .tJmJmwnwmt igrMW.1Kli GOD'S "PLAN OF LOVE" AS ONCE MISUNDERSTOOD. and themselves. Before than pass the pictures which tell how is earth began and how it has ttrug-Stcand is strugKUng upward to tho light They sit entranced, for, as the Jrama of dramas unfolds, the voice of BCfBtors 4 exhibitions it hopes to be especially helpful In this regard. The fact that all meetings are free and no collections taken affords sutUclent evidence to prove that the work Is not actuated by mercenary mothes. Mother Tommy, wliut was the golden text at Sunday school today? Tom- caused by femln.no Ills. t has no onuaj. my twho lives in Alaska) Let me see. or ten years tne L,ydla K. Plnkham Oh. yes! "Mnny are cold, but few are Mcdlclno Co. has recommended Paxtlno frozen." Judge. In tholr private correspondence with women, which proves Its superiority. A wise mnn contents himself with Women who have been cured say doing as much good ns his situation it Is "worth Its weight in gold." AtJ allows him to do. Lord Bollugbrokc. druggists. 50c. large box, or by mall. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Stato Officers President, J. II. Princeton, Ky.; Vice President, J. II. Iiurnoy, .Muhlenberg Co.; Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; OrgunUer, T, 11. Hartford, Ky. Members State Executive Board Bon Watson, Webster county; J. W. Dunn, Daviess county; H(Jnry Plrtlc, Ohio county; E. I. Ray, .Hardin county; C. G. Davenportt, Warreu county. Ohio County Officers S. L. Stov-cnHenry PIrtle, Soc- President; "S-TSOsna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. O. h. Terry, Hartford. Ky. T. J. Brooks, FordSillo, Ky 3. Ira Uozarth, Olaton, Ky. 4. II. O. Autry, Ualzetown, Ky. 5. K. O. Austin, Prentiss. C. J. L. Drown, Ilockport, Ky. Bal-ninl- n, 8, v today, or send tor sample cony.. WONBEarct. INDUCEMENTS toAcents. Postal brings premium caUtocue I and new cash prlteoflcis. Address CM McCAU C3, t Ml W. 7th St, NEW VOKkV Subicrree i uuCURE tHi LUNCB KILLth COUCH with MSrtlffiS Dr. King's New Discovtry .,.;7r """ - r. SS?J,1lS'f."syAowl w" xij u et ijjuu. " mn . rsuwu. inriUM AWULUNBTHOUBIFR I II MESSIAH TO ASK FOILED THE MAJOR He Had to Flee of Children Cry for FUtchar's TI11 FOR THE HEATHEN the Revolution. A Redeemer Has Not Yet A HUSBAND RESCUED at the Last Battle DESPAIRING WIFE BROOM. Asked For His Inheritance. Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, nnd which lins been In tiso for over 0 yenrs, lias liornotho Bignaturo ot - nnd has been mado under his pcr- Si& sonal supervision slnco Its Infancy. C&yjttZf-f- a, AHowno ono to deceive youln tills. All CoiintcrfcilH, Iinltatlons nnd ' nro l.xpcr1iuints that trlflu with and endanger tho licnlthbut of Infants and Children Experience ugulnst Experiment. World-wld- FIGHT WON WITH After Fow Years of Ducewagiag Ceaditietu, Mrs. BaBeck Gave Up ia Despair. HisbaBfl The Dominion Promised Mot-ala- h The Conversion of the Heathen Shortly to Be Accomplished Met. siah's Conquest of the Nations The Arrows of Truth Will Reach Men's Hearts From the Quiver of Divine Wisdom, Justice and Love Force to Be Employed In Putting Down All Opposition Death to Be Destroyed. s Engagement Was 8hort( Sharp and Decisive, and n It the Patriot Spitfire, Mistress Day, Earned the Right to Her Title and to Fame. I had gotten so weak I could not stead, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me menced a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com- ?''cf4lX Just-ifH-go- od Cnsiorla Is ii hnrndess snlistituto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xnrcotia Hiibsuiiicc. Its oko Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverish ne.vs. For more than thirty years H lias been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation,, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Dlarrluea. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Mnrcli 8. Pastor KUKII's discourse totliiy related to the fiiltllniciit ot Jesus' prayer. "Ask of .Me. and I hall bIvc TIiih GENUINE V CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 2L&fflEzfoL The Kind You Have Always Bought lq Us. For Over 30 Years THC CCNTaUN COMMHT. TT UUntUf STKCCT. ricW TddK CtTT. Starck Pianos v.r I - m K! . 1 No Mosey in Advance Satlafac tloa Gut LoweittNet aateeil Fact ory Etaiait Terms A K P. A. STARCK mtllDCNf Prion Saving ol SlOO to SSOO From Factory Direct iWCZgo OH HAVC CDCC UU.EIIflll. Fill. I. TDIAI inUHk a .liv' i f'- mtm' IH YOUR - bO.IUtlflll Starck PInnn fnr r.a Wo Will sllll you fron fr'.il It. lour home. No cnsli payment required All we ask Is that you will play upon, use uml test tliln plunn for 30 day. If. at the end or that time, you ilo not llnil It the way, you toned lilIiit Kimle, mvectcst are at and tlne.it pianoto In every back, tint we have ever bct-iperfect liberty for tho money, you send It will. In that and event. I"UV the freight both wins. This Starck Plann must m.ako rnml with vnn or there 1m no sale. 0tHOME Savi $150.00 er Mtr nij). i.ii.v. i juii iiiifi vui i.iwii b iwt of your plan. We guarantee to fumlsli you a Utter plno for the money than you can usurp Hwulirre. You ureMMirril of ipp-itina Mtitfjctory nwect toned durable With puds .- Easy Payments of trial, jsu. can bruin pjyinrnt on the easiest terns mr tuBsestcd by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranirrd to suit your convenience, and It Is Kssiblp for you lo b'y a pMno for your home, without , mini's th- - money. You nay no caU down, but niter 33 days tow-es- t, plan. 25-Y- nr Guiranlii Kvrry Starck Piano it ciumntccU for 25 5 ran. 'thii cuarantre hn lark ol it ojr 35 yrart of piano n fxprrlrnce, and tlie of nn mwnilbk plino Iiouk. 2nd - Hand Wc haie cons.jiul) ui hjnd a larc? numher of L.rhtly used and arcnniMuiid pianos of aH larjtiiu diiriK es Playar-Pian- SO FrM Musk LtSSMS standard makes taken in for new Starck Plsnos and Player-risnoThe follow. Ing are a few sample bargains i Stelnway Chlcketing Kimball Weber To cTrry purchawr of Starck Tlanoi, we gle free music IcHon. In one of the beat known schools In Chlcaro. These leiwni you can take la your own home, by mall. Tula represents on year's free instruction. Stuck $110.00 92.00 90.03 95.00 19S.00 Starck Player-Piano- s are mo iiw anci immuii ful I'hyer Pianos on the market. You wilt be delighted with the many features ot these wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the ery low prices at which taey can ue secured, mi J Plana Send for our latest complete secondhand bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Siarok Bid., CHICAGO Send today for our new beautifully illustrated plana book which gives you large amount ot informs. Hon regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Ink Fraa I : 1NOW N t t t : fTo Got Your Chances on The FREE Barrel of IS THE TIME "OLD QUALITY" OR $66 IN CASH Ono chance given with tach quart purchased. Every time J on nuiKo a purchaso clsowliuro you lo3e uchunco to get a barrel of old whiskey or $05.00 In cash absolutely PHEE. SEND YOUK MAIL OUDEHS TO US -- they will bo iiromjitly and carefully flllod from the best stock of liquors tn Ovvensboro. Your chances on the free barrel of whlsKey will bo enclosed with your shipments. AhU for our price Ht. It contains Just what you want. 1119 P. R. LANCASTER Street, . Srd OVV'ENSBORO. KY. & CO., "Old "Old Quality," Flno UraLUit'S, V. H. Stone," "I'roinler 1'uro," wines, uins, Uordlala, Etc. OVER 03 YCARS' EXPEniCNCC IjWHjra iuicil sketch nnd description raair AnTonaaenilln arcrtnhi our oianHii frow"P,l';fJ1'l', Buckbee'a "Full ot Life" Northern Gross Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of jH years el successful seed growing behind them. It pan tsj Dlant the best. Seasonable Specialties: Rarllest Red Valentine . . Keldgee-Jii- rtr Karly , NavrStiingleaa Greciirod J . Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New WhKe Wnx . . Currle'i Rust rToof Wax . SEEDS DliANS Trade Marks UCliaris rnavninurs Ac K7ollushe tJiodlushel fi.w Bushel M.y Bushel Bushel Jj.M Bushel j.soSushet ocuriu H'let Mt I rca. taken iicency for lnnn J ibruuiih lient tha tpccUti twflif, without cbarep, 111 4- - Ahanoaomelf illustrated-weekl- J1,t.r. Horslord'a Market Carden . lj.$o Bushel Buckbee'a Lightning Express Bushel Lattuc. Ra4lsa, Tomato nnd a full line ot ds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest srrowlng prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list at four rtqulrcments and will quote prices. Buy direct from the ptowtr Save Money. Wilte today, Mention thjs paper. Extra Early Alaska New Early firadus (QA8. . .... Uti . $3.50 Bushel Jxjo fjo lUHHtCo.36B'"'HewYork umc7 F ?tn Was ISOSRuabcrSt., H. W. BUCKBEE Hsctftrd Fsras. the heiithen for Thine Inheritance, nnd the uttermost parts of the earth for Thy 2& (rWOR. gUSSEtQ The I'astor declared ,tlint his text, taken from a Messianic Psalm, represents Messiah its making known to His people the Heavenly Father's decree rewarding Illra for Ills faithfulness ns our Itedectuer nnd assuring film of Ills exultation to the Kingdom, with power to subject all things to the Father's will. This dominion has not .vet come to Messiah. The Prince of Darkuess still reigns. The reason for this, the Pastor explained, is that our Kedecmer has not yet asked for His Inheritance. Knowing the Divine Plan, out- - Lord was content to wait until the due time, tn harmony with auotiier feature of that Plan which must precede the setting up of the .Messianic Kingdom. That feature Is the selection of the Church, the Bride of Christ. The Paster next showed that meantime the heathen have been sufTerliig no loss. Burn In sin. condemned to death, ol of Adam's family bave had experiences with sin mid death, and have been golug down Into the tomb the prisou-botisof death there to remain until the Itcdcetucr at tils Second Advent shall call them from their graves. Then n fair trial will be given them, to determine their worthiness or unwortblness of life everlasting. It was part of the Divine puriose. be explained, that tlie earth should be tilled with people: and heuee the bringing forth of a progeny Is part of the Divine will. The few years of this life. with experience of lu nod death conditions, will be supplemented by the grand opportunities of the next Age. Converting the World. Then the Pator contrasted God's method of dealing with the world In will? that which Ue adopted for the Church during this Age. In the next Age. force will be used, not merely moral suusiou. Mankind will be compelled to be obedient. Numerous Scriptures were quoted to sustain this position. Among these Psalm 4'. This Psalm, the Pastor declared. Is descriptive of Messiah's triumph during the Millennial Age a picture of the conversion of the heathen. The arrows of Truth, which will go forth to the whole, world, will reach the hearts of men and will smite tbem down. To Illustrate the thought the speaker reminded bis audience that when St. Peter preached that the Jews bad crucified the Son or God. his bearers were "cut, to the heart" pierced with the lance of Truth. The Pastor holds that this work of dealing with tho world will begin with the generation living at the time of the establishment of Messiah's King, Ultimately It wilt Include all dom. that are In their graves. In tlie reverse order of that In which they entered. The jst will come forth Orst "every man-Ibts own order." or class. Referring to the Second Psalm, the Pastor uppled It to the time of our Lord's Second Coming, wbeu the Church will have entered Into Ills glory ns "the Bride, tlie Lamb's Wife," symbolically pictured as the New Jerusalem. From that Heavenly City, according to St. John, the Water of Life will flow freely, and whosoever Meantime, the will may partake. speaker declared, before Hie nations they will be ready for thai must lass through 11 period ot deep btimiliatiuii ";.i Thau ot Trouble such us was not sltue theru was a nation." The extent to which the nations will huffer at that time will dehiyl largely upon their own attitude, tlie I'uhtor believes. He bares his opinion upon the verso following his text. TIiono that accept Messiah's Utile heurllly will lie correspondingly smed from the breaking procp-- . Hence tlie exhortation. "Kiss tlie Son. lest He be angry, and ye perish from Hie way." The Glorious Outcome. Tlie Pastor concluded with a brief bu miliary ot Coil's Plan of fciilwttion. First Ilo has selected The Christ-Jes- us the Jlead, mid the Chuivh UN igh whom lie purposes to j bless ul) tlie families of tlie earth. Tills blessing will consist of n knowledge of IIIniM-IT- . Ills glorious character, a nd iil.-- . of tin opiHirtunlty for life vwrliititliig Tho Scriptures, lie declared, tlo nut iiulhorlxe us to claim universal M.ihiillmi. but ilKtliirtly penk of soiiik who will die the Second Death. Thoo will have dPiimn-trate- d fully thnt the. pre not in harmony with Hie prit..'lpte nf rlglileiiine. and therefore auworthy of life everlasting MM. posses-slon'-I'snl- c The last battle of the Itcvolutlon was not nt Yorktown, nor "was It nny of the many small skirmishes that occurred after the surrender of Cornwnllls and before the formal declaration of peace In 1783. The last battle was of tho na ture of a duel, mid It happened on the day tho Hrltlsh evacuated New York", Tlie great day that was to see the last of King George IIL's regiments leave these shores Dually arrived. The Hrltlsh army was to board the whips that lay in the harbor. Washington and lifs troops were waiting at Kings-bridg- e and McGownn's pass to take possession of the city Inunedately on their departure. Major William Cunningham, tho British provost marshal nnd commander of the prison on the common, gave one last look about his office, tossed the key on the table and went out Into the sunlight, slamming the door behind him with much unnecessary violence. His Infamous reign was over. There were few forms of cruelty that he had hesitated to practice on the luckless Continental prisoners In his charge. Among the mildest were the contamination of their drinking water by throwing rubbish Into the well nnd the appropriation and sale of their rations for his own profit The friends nnd relatives qt his victims were flocking back to the city triumphant, nud It behooved Major Cunningham not to linger. So he left the. prison, turned Into the common, and crossed It to fain Broadway. He strode along muttering curses under his breath. At the corner of Broadway and Murray street something caught Ills eye. He stopped, hesitated, then turned aside nnd hastened down Murray street "What audacity! What monstrous audacity!" he thought. But It was like that rebel spitfire. Mistress Day. He would tench her one final lesson. He reached the Day house, which was n tavern near Greenwich street opened the gate and shook his fist at the Stars; nnd Stripes that fluttered from it tall flagpole, as If waving n triumphant welcome to the Continental taking it. From the very Sat dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without fts Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock troubles, don't give up in despair. Try writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman'stonic. It lias helped Came to ResoK. more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. this time, 1 could only sit up for a little The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend if. Begin taking Cardui today. soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory, Dpt.. Ctuttanooza, Term., for Spttaat Instructions n your case and book, that, nothing seemed to do me any good. I Treatment (er Women." Mat la plain wrappar. Hobm a JAMES & CO., First Class Centertown, sUiverymQrt Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, ' OUR CLUBBING RATES. fl.3t The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3;60 The Republican, and Louisville Daily Herald....; .). 3.59 The .republican and Jjauy u wens Doro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75- The REEUBLicAjrand .......'... L75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer.. The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer f 1.50 Globe-Democr- at troops. ro Wrathfully be seized the halyards and began to pull the flag down the pole. There was somotblng about the notion that soothed his nulled feelings. Ho,would nt least take back to Eng land w'Jth him one captured rebel ban But he had reckoned without tier. Mistress "Day! From her kitchen that patriotic wo man heard the creaking of the pulley on her flagstaff. She tiptoed to her front windows and peeped out. She knew the major only too well, and she determined to prevent this final outrage. She Hew back to the kitchen and seized her broom. In the meantime, with his back to the house, the major was hauling away vigorously. A few more Jerks and the flag would be within his grasp. Bang! Ills hut suddenly flew off and went scuttling down the yard. In bis astonishment be continued to pull Bang, on the halyards. whack! The major saw many times more than thirteen stars, and the pow-der flew from his wig lu all directions. He dropped the rope and turned about, purjile with Indignation. "Woman, do you realize what you are doing?" be roared. The broomstick was In the air again, and the major dodged. Whack! It struck htm squarely across the bridge of bis nose, . and the Held at once became 1 eusan-gulncd- Twice-a-Wee- , Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads n ble.-sln- g. Uody-throi- The bleeding officer now began to take hasty counsel with himself. He ' was late for tho embarkation, the American troops would soon be upon Cards!! the ground, his hat had received an irreparable deut, bis wig was in the wildest disorder, his regimentals were given And stained with marks of the bloody affray,, his Jiead was yet spinning from contact with Mistress Day's weapon, and there were unmistakable signs that Mistress Day's arm was by no means weary! Some warning bugle notes from the Battery decided the X matter. lie turned about nnd htrode off. picking up ills damuged headgear X . on the way. Mistress Day. smiling loulentedly. rctuinctt to her kitchen to' continue tlie baking and brewing for the pvc.ulng festival. It took the major some time to re move the evldoncca of conflict before he appeared at the Battery. He must Ladies! Save Money and Ketp b1 bave been li.utl put to it to explain his - Style by Reading McCaU's r latMieos ana Ills disheveled Mate to his superior odlccr. Ills career after his fcHIUBEE'S Bl'lBS SUCCEED. Magazine and UiinjMcCallPatUrBj return to Kugland' continued to lie disroSPECIAL OFFER' A VcOH'. Ktilievilll reputable. Ho was executed for fori K5CAILS M.W12IHE rMUt build New IWftl art. " in'tp you duvs kiyl' ' trlnl llily a n ir.uUruia ' tftmpp.will TitftVa YfMi & bArmailt'llt OUie gery eight years after lie left New KjliifuflLIonucAranLetHl or Tour ' Aumay ruluniit d. ".cUMily !:ui'li!S York. As for .Mistress Day. the wo' Soaraab dag f lib Rl V I lalt'sl iai liions In man who flew the first American '(. U&r jt7iiL.rMU ttj (luiliri tiul limit. W atnth. Nmiajf kWalM. mm rifMwsi inttp pwiwi fitisii lu the evacuated city and who fought WHtehtlmu,! IImsIsU. ItaMU. r IVitik.ii Jiojlrr.i llaiMliillurfuu. Lblk full. I'ltisl hohm,YsiMhi4 Km U. . .r- - lu. In ph-I- i U.i:'. Alu 't Mft VWI.".; and Avon the last conflict of the Revo- Iriiml .".. t syMWI, i a!.uibV imiixuJIH ii a wider fume limn lution. (je desfrvtK T PUltK i ii I'll Iiwj.o uutl irAKAT rff WVrtUt mvMuoa i ij Papte I n.il l.milfik. Oulr she Iuih enjoyed. -- Youtji't. Companion. f v a Jim CnJuUi.f 1 CcUwtlatl n f;f) lKi'ilrm, fci;l Md A1' t t r(W4, KVi)rw fcM HMtt f lMlHusinrui, ij w Wf r o tsiiy t win! Cutting Remark. ' firl'iv.sniilaj'oii). ""S MINI I J VuWtlafkM4.AltairUt. If wu Judged ourselves by the same wCUasMM, NMMU WMUstl 1 jm C rlllf nwn"n McCt'l Pil.'.mi villi iinlilnpm " Iniito l'i yiuir v I (l ' i.rw standard we use for Judging others I VRtJMIWMU uwiiliu:u lull) oi.ii nan lo iioi'iikitf'ir H(IWUHvniTNII Ur ?jMB. mt" " I'liit 'Ui''i V'H 'i K4n l ItflMH" ;mitt( an iii l'i. i ' jnaiiy of us would be cutting our own lu n to iioii I jm r itif.l 15 u w n...u. UWBDCKWK. netpmliitaiice.-Ne- vv Orleans Plcayuue. rt'.'itu Jm im fur f sonrou.ju. I'aurriU . H.hn:v. in. w. W Vl Cit T Tim P(.ti I r H UlinIil). f iii)ui.i4ii'jii)iiz iiiurlrlciiiK Si nd irlltu Trv ti now wtiy If tin nlil wtt.v lno. i'Miuu (tuilisuo ninl ( t.v.'i J'irii UUr. Old S;i,vluy. not pifMluco guoil refill Noteheads Envelopes Statements J' ""' other printed forms are Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. BULBS' Wt-J-- ColIectloaJlS. -. 1 -- 1 IMftlM i"t n-r- i wtn - . pun 1 . t. Kxtfra,K .it. BANK CASHIER SHORT IN ACCOUNTS j Tbee best cake, biscuit and past y. Royal is Absolutely Put e and the only baking powder is no substitute for Royal Baking Powder fo making the Henderson Planters State Bank Looted to Tune of $25,000. March 10. Henderson, Ky Crockett, for ten years cashier of r" c Planters bank of tills cjty, was found today to be short In his accounts with tho bank In .the sum of $25,000. made from Royal . grape cream of tartar ono great reason for the boys and BIG ARMY OF girls leaving tho farm and goine to tho city. They haven't received the THE UNEMPLOYED proper parcntlal training. There are too many fathers alii mothers who look on farming as a low callinfand Now Than at Any Time not a profession. "We ncetf more Greater producers and fower consumers" is Period tlio cry of the people today. We need Since tke Free-Trad- e more educated farmers, real farmers of Twenty Years Ago. who can Uemonstrato the facts of science. Not long ago I hoard a teacher Krcxy tlnic a Republican Protcc-JlbBi- st say, "I do love to teach agriculture, or a Republican newspaper but I hate to demonstrate It." That atisocato of Protection refers to the is the trouble of the world today. swa. army of the unemployed the Wo have too many teachers and not auBwr comes from the Froe-Tradenough demonstrators. XSot It la "no larger than during the It has always been a great mystery previous winters." If tie winters of to me why bo many peoplo look on WKW-5--6 aro meant It would bo con-r&- 4. farming as U. low calling .when all of but whca.itucjiwlntars of 1897-- our greatset men come from the Incltfelvo, are Inclu1312-1farm and like to toast of it. (Take Notice. ded Afccro are ample$grounds for tho preacher, lawyer and any other with the facts all against the professional man, and he likes to The First National Bank of Hart.fiftrac-TnaNew York contention. boast about being raised on tho farm. ford, located at Hartford, in the IXy la Democratic from the Battery The. farmer is the very bone and State of Kentucky, Is closing up its Urn Bronx. It vies with Georgia, slnow of our government. Then why affairs. All and others, Mhftamn atld South Carolina In Its should wq be ashamed of our pro- creditors of said as3oclatlon,are here..JqjaXy to everything labeled fession and teach our chllUren that by notified to present the notes and Following a plea of general farming Is an unthankful calling? We other claims against the association 4fea& the Register summons a field should make the farm more attract- for payment. tat Democratic witnesses In a Do'mo-crai- ive and restore the natural resources ALVIX ROWE, President. court, rests Us controversy and March ."1, Dated at Hartford, Ky as much us possible. I believe if the MiUia on Iho verdict based upon the 3JtS 1914. boy's natural sport was re&tored there .nnjuBapcaclied and unimpeachablo would be but few boys leave the DUKEHURST. of Democrats only. AccoiU-n- c of March S. Farmers in this comroport of a conference held farm. When the torest was full to a game and the creeks were full of munity are nearly done stripping .in the JVInyor's office January 29 as very little said about by tlio Democratic New York tish wo heard wivwi the. boy leaving the farm. What is Mr. Charley Shreve,, or Bowling World there were 200,000 boys than fishing Green, is visiting Jisi son, Earl idlo September U0, l'Jlo, and this Greater sport ior plenty Shreve of this place. unmbcr lias been greatly augmented and hunting, where there Is rf fish and game? It seems to be a Mrs. Mr. A. Combs, who lias been slnf-ni- . "ite, conditions were bo astounding natural Instinct In a boy to enjoy 111 with la. grippe for sometime, is a that of that kind. It tlol lho situation Is to be referral sportAllwlse set apart isfor sport boys. improving. Combs spent last Suntlio the Miss Lena sjtcclal commission to be tothe Democratic Mayor. Those were the happiest days of our day with Miss Blanch Hlckey. hj Mr. T. A. Wimsatt has moverl InXhK nrambcr of the unemployed is life when we used to roam the woods any tlmq since the and hunt for the fox squirrel and fish to G. R. Hlckey's house where he Krcaicr than at for tho sun perch anil the mudeat. It will engage In barber work. UHjroa-Gomm- n era of the nineties. jftather evidence submitted by the Is a memory that we would not Mrs. Willie. Walker, of Lexington, Staiyar corroborates the testimony be divorced from if ft were possible. visited her sister, Mrs. J. W. Carter, previously submitted In the confer-zb- Thcro Is no artificial sport under the last week. Estill Allen has returned from heavens that will compare with It. B!ks Bald: show Isn't a Tfc census of the municipal m-ttr- j; The. movlue picture Mrs. Thomas Morris has been ill bouses furnished another guide comparison. Of course we can't expect all the wjth la grippe for the past few days. connect undertandlng. The Oo.c m.tHi arc lor a period of four boys to remain on the farm; thero is Tho oil business Is progressing covering thq months of Novem-fw- r, as much diversity in the mli.il as nicely now. December and January. The to- there Is in the Ulsposltion. There l Card From Esquire Miles. la.! lire lodgings tor tho months in no use to try to make a farmer out Paradise, Ky., March 11. Editors boy who desires to be a hobo. 51,320; of a cjuadaai were: in Republican If you will 37,780; Wo don't need that class on the Hartford 47,821; in 1912-1in who please give space this time 1 will farm; we need boys and men 93,807. it? 1 will not bother you Further denial upon the part of will form a partnership with their proml8 that any moro on this subject. iartibuus will constitute brains and muscle. The time lias been I will .try to Now, Mr. an frAictment of Democrats by Dam- - when a person could make a lhlng you some ofRowc, 'duties of that tell fithe with his muscle alone, but that nance committee that there has been time has past and gone. We have UlfficulticH that can'it be solved by so much fuss about. If you will take up last week's (Remuscle alono. For that reason we I publican you will find in f. a list of need tlio very brainiest bojs on the Infants and Children, alowtll by the February Fiscal farm. Tlio study of nature Js mere- claims You Have Always Bough! ly In Its Infancy. Tho boy who "will Court. You will find in .that list a M take what has already been learned claim allowed o John T. Moore for ZBKtnrs tlio $25. for financial report, uud In ithe foundation &fag as a concentrate to .study from, and banio list a claim allowed to S. saiurof will In his entire efforts Tinsley lor $23 for flnauoiai report. that way, will be a wonderful success. They wxri appointed at tho Janu i It is a saying as old as time itsell Why oys Leave Farm. ary tuim of court to got tills loport. Tit imil again the question of that necessity Is the mother of all This rtjioit lb abbolutely ttn5ci the bojs on the farm lus Invention. With this groat fact In Tiu- court imibt know (he t.uanclal b-ilkcusseM. It 1ms been (talked inliid, we see tho necessity for more I'omlltliui of tlio county Lh'oh it can a.vl Ij.v.'it.cd from one end ol ithe producers and fewer eiinsunicrs. Wo work intelligently, It inubt know its JjjjiI tit ibo otlier, and It yot remains lurtt them to help fwd tho t:p:uinK ItiiJcliLultK'ss, tlu amouut ol money ;t fjuj,liiiii anil a matter ol hj iu!a-ew- millions that will populate our land mi hand uud the pn).ilili income Tills Is a very vtial question ft In a fow mure short joars. Luther i for tin- yt'.ir, ami tlm luu docs not disiRtrslitm tluil bhoulyl apcil to oci'j lluiimnk nab gained woi',lcrful provldu anj other way to have such tinction by I'OiiecnlratliiK lilt, entire, loujt and woman. work Mono than to haw it due by ' Ti rmsoiis for the boy leaving the offom lu the gnut Htudy of nature, comiiilUi o appointed bv tin court. Satvx ;iu many. Our schools in the and the opjHirlutiltitB of today urci Now .Mr. ltowi, it It In wmili filly jM&t havo made many mistakes In tii!uijj a urixui jur wie voy ,wno una dollars (and that Is rh' MiMoiuary :Ji trjJjiluu tliey yavo tho boy. Thoy tho wit and nwrgy Ufa it has boon in prlfo tor the work,) or at Imst i.Mr. iHitutsji tho boy awa liom the furm. Urn puM for Utirbank. Tim lusomoiit Hcar!n and t'apt. Co.- - weiv j'ald tho Hum ulucato him for tho larm. (( auy liuflliufeii is always crowded, unite bum olglit iw ni t thire Ofcuyr ibiu in iny llfo havo I hdard'i'Ut thtn 1 uliuija room ut the top. has not Ikou a l cominltteo is room appoint l sii)cc.( to g(t u tlnauciul father and mothers say, "Wo want So r Is In farming. Thi-rI to, gKf cm children tt good oduca-i3t- i; at the top.-Fitzguruld In Fnnn rei)oit once what would It hi- - worlh . tvant themi to 1k able to and Hunch. Utiles. ThlH to gi't it up twuiity-tou- r .nuho --j llvlnK without work; wo you have xxu so worked rouimltt ifceN&i 1D) for him to Ixs a f.ruat i House and Lot For Sale. up about lua g:t thlH reprt iiji evory Hut. Good ttKneivT, doctor or lawjoi." uouso with all out time ih; mot tor four ytatu in uiy 4lfo have I heard a fath- - buildings sood well, u,Ml C lota ad and " tlmca court met ulvout t . ' 1 want my son to make a joining eur-near Mallear high Bcbool a .year what would ou think of a - building. Call ou, or addrifcs, Ctrtar, Hie noblo&t prof-,i,ofluent iAllri illfit Utf'ttllfl L'f, tlu.,1. tttlU :. : ., , , ... ". A. THORPE, McHenry, K mna hk' canopy pi neaven. 'inaj is 2t oru;r worn utjuv jn m: nwus aim ihjuvv TIE er 4! ad dc Assistant State Hank Examiner Fttrrls is In charge of tho Institution and gave out a statement tonight that the bank is solvent and lliat every check on tho institution would be paid. for tho was bonded Crockett amount of his shortage, and has made an assignment of all of hla property In this city, consisting of a house nil! lot where lie resides, as also secral other pieces of proport) and a livery stable. Tlio shortage was discovered tills mornlng:'lAsrThure'y Crockett left oer the lnterurban for Evans-villand was not heaiU of until located In a hospital In New Albany, where Tie Is ill. His wife has gone to that place to bo at his bedside. It is believed ho. Is mentally deranged. years Ingram Crockett is fifty-eigof ago anil was hifihto' thought of In tho rommunlty where he has lived most of his life. Fo- - tli; List ten yc.ars he had been cashier of the bank whic he Is charged with looting, having been udvenced to that position irom that of teller lit the sam institution. He dealt heavily In real estate in eHnderson, and It is estimated that his holdlngb will cover the shprjage. The Planters State bank Is one of M.lid banking Institutions of th '. m. n Kentucky, and will be very "Utile injured by the shortage, If any of its defaulting cashier. e, ht 3, de-fez- contracts with br!d"?Q companies build bridges buy fculvcrts nnd all other work that tho law Haya tho Fiscal court shall liavo Hone without knowing nnythlug about Utclr Indebtedness or tholr Incomo or tho money on hand. TJils present court had this cominltteo appointed to got this report on account of b much bolnoB said (last car Wiring tho county campaign nlwut tho lndcbtcdncEs of tlio county. They possibly will provide other ways, Jess expensive to get tho rejwrt hereafter, but thoy will havo to liavo it all the sam c. You wont to tho records to got the amount that I havo drawn for my work and 1 am gUi.1 tyou did. I was paid $125 for my work on the roads In 1912, under tho old way of working tho roads. The read nnd bridge commissioner was paid ten per ecu of the money he opent In liU one thoin-- 1 district. If ho was and dollars he got ono hundred dollars for his services. Xow I s'petit in huntho neighborhood of twenty-fou- r dred (dollars In this Ho:kport district in that year and $125 was about fle per cent of the money spent or Just ono half of what was paid the commissioners under the old way of working the road, and if I luul hi rod a team to haul lumber and other things which 1 did with mc' own for which I did not charge anything I would have paid 30 dollars for haul ing. I hauled lumber and built brMgcs and did all other work that was to tho bo dono besides supcrltitcndln work of tho whole district. Now, Mr. Rowc I could ifo on at great length aiU give you the details of the work of u magistrate but I think ou are a fair minded man when you understand and this will be sufficient. Dr. Warden says that ono dollar a lay is enough to pay a magistrate for his work for he cna't make more than that on a farm. .Well I doubt If I had kept close account of all the tlmo 1 hae given the county if I have received a dollar a day for tho work and when I can't make more than a dollar a day farming I will quit and strike Tom Benton for a Yours truly, Job on the road. J. H. MILES. MAGAZINES OF A ALL KINDS Ordered by ILERftBARNETT ARCtltM ILERS' GROCERY or REPUBLICAN OFFICE ; Mail Orders Given Prompt 1 Attention. allol G. B. DOCKCRY OSTEOPATHIC All PHYSICIAN J. C. ILHIl A LUSON ISA RXETT Consultation nnd examination free. Office i nun of 'Jlseascs treated. 2nd Hour, Cascblcr building. BEAVER DAM, KY. A Telephone for Every Farmer i 1 . Do yOU want one ? We will tell you how to get it at small cost.' Fill out and return this coupon today. CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. . INCORPORATED. s Please lend mo your free booklet describing yoar plan for farmers' telephone service at small cost. Name R. F. D. No te Best Family Laxative. Use Dr. Beware of constipation. King's New Life Pills and keep well. of West Mrs. Charles E. Smith, thorn "Our Franklin, Me., calls family laxathe." Nothing better for 25c. aklults or aged. Get them All Druggists or by mall. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia m or St. Louts. to-da- note-holde- rs Town and State Dcfmo-tztaX- ic Address ic FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone o. wagc-carn-i- rs w n. rec-cMn- te ja: 1910-191- 1, IS11-1D1- 2, 3, 1313-11)1- 4, CASTOR j?r A - ' . A Blow at Eugenics. An untccling Judge in Wisconsin has declared uncostltutional the Jaw passed by the la&t Licglslaturo which provided that marriages should not bo performed until the man had presented a clean bill of health from a reputable physician at least 20 years old who should make labratory tests to determine the applicants condition. Many objections of a leal kind wore offerdJ, but thq court held that tho controling ono was that the Jaw was an unreasonable restraint from 'marriage which Is tho KrcaJest of human g institutions and essential to the of society. Doubtless the ouscnlsts will be in tears. They would like a recall of this judge who bqonis to think that common sense and fundamental constitutional principles are more important than legislature statues, but it Is probable that most persons will agree with tho judge. Admitting that thq end Weslred by the eugonists is laudable, Ij, Is certain that they have gone About It in the wronff way. Tho strongest forco In tho world Is tho sexual instinct. Without Jt tho raco would perish. It is propqr that there should bo restrictions placed around such an Important force, and henco wo havo laws regulating inarriao and punishing illicit relations. Most states have statues naming certain prohibited degrees within which marriage may not tako place and holding old marriages of Idiots, minors lu certain Instances, etc. simple bejorirl tlic-sWhen wo restrictions the wiy Is difficult. It Is desirable that only auili persons should marrj who ate reasonably healthy uud who are like to pioduco normal children. Hon to accomplish this lias ta.od tho Ingenuity of lawo makers for many ages. Wherever restrictions have bi.cn placed upt on marriages tho hao been most unfortunate and bocloty lias Buffered. The Wisconsin Idea la absurd It assumes that tho ntat Is tho parent of all Jta marriageable soim and proiKWoa lo dlctato when tjwy may marry. Kvtn if the Law luul well-beinun-dum-ultt- and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. 119 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. good to babies. Most of them are born with an excellent physique. I Their troubles come later. 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