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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. features similar to tho "Piatt amend-monrelating lo Cuba. To Uils proposal thcro m considerable opposition In tho committee, and It Is oxiicctcd to be revived now. t" No. 36 MISS FANNIE EVANS PLUNGES TO DEATH SKELETON FOUND IN ARMY CLOSET cupidity and sheer wantonness. Most of ithcso rqids happen at night, and, wlUlo tho Identity of the bandits may bo surmised, thcro is no clear proof as to who they. arc. It Is suspectrtl that men who pose as laborers by day arc ba,ldlu Rt ntht. In tho Northern. part of tho cmmtry Oio ntlty of tho bandits Is not so much secret. Hlshop McCcnnell, whllo not cx- - PUT TO SLEEP Daughter of I). S. District injustices nf u. a. raimary William 4rt Conaf0 tr-if- e xiiuo xuuiiuu w Service Sharply Criti Judge Falls From Up In House F. McCombs, chairman of thq Repeal Bills Democratic committee, has Take Up Bill. pressing his own views of the out- -' cised. Window. declined Governor Glynn's offer of And Senate. ccmo, says that Jic Interviewed all nomination to a islUou on the First i classes of citizens and that they are District Public Service commission. Roll Showing HOW Senators Vot-U,.-- T,ho reason Riven" was that ho de- Tho .March It!. Miss Louisville. Washington, March U1 morally hopeless of any solution of Bryan to Explain Treaty Giving sI(lcr tho l'robcin lloially. Whllo SUggCS inu Funnle Loulao Kvana. 3S. onlv daucll- - scrflns In l.n off nt tho w.ar .Im.art- irno,lcq law McComi edOr Dodged the tlon of Intervention by any foreign l been active In tho furthering of the . tcr of Judge Walter Evans, of the ment. With Fortification Rights Measure. governor's reorganization plans for United States Dlstrlot count, plunffcd AH sorts of unpleasant facts about ,)owcr would havc llrriilcd Mexican a year ago, nii wjiiio iow oi Democratic )arty In this !ntc, to Instant death at 8:05 o'clock yes- - tho Injustices and cruellies of our cl"z the. Nicaragua. thein wouId I,lelcomo uc" lutcrven I and has boon regarded as the per- tcrday morning from a third story military sjstcm arc leaking out. t,on now th hop Pat- ankfert, Ky., Mar. 17,-- St. that the' reproscntatU o o President wlUJow in hto Wesslngcr-Gaulbc- rt sonal Tho latest disclosure, following the exl,cct ,l M the on'y solution. When ricks day will go down Jn history, T Vll3on. apartments, to the concrete pavement Coffman and George cases, Is that 15. Open Washington, .March 30 feet below. 'of Private Howard Johnson, formerly nucatlonod as to whether they look tho final day of the memorable 1914 on re tea I of tho toll exempThe Stratfords Coming. The body .was picked up a few ax- - of Troop K, First Cavalry. The case for thls Intervention (by the UUnltod sesslen of the Kentucky legislature, tion clause of thq Panama Canal Act a,ono or y e u,lltcd Btatcs Tho la3t day whlch ls iwobably ona rt TJio Stratfords, musicians and omts later ly residents of tho build- - beats anything so far dlsclosad. Prl- - Statcs will begin late tills week In the In concert with European Foovrn- - of the most Important Uays pf ih entertainers and the last of the Ing who witnessed tho fall. Tho body, vato Johnson Is serving a sentence body on House, and a vote In that n,c!nita or wJth coun- - session, has packed the halls and College clad la nlglvt clothing, was crushed of vo ears at haul labor In the Mil- tho Sims bill, to carry out the rec- preuent season's Hartfol Many Important mcauureir uppcar at by ' Impact on the living and Uio ltnry Prison at Fort Leavenworth, trles' Mex,ean cltlzens shruB thelr ommendations of President Wilson, Lccum attractions, will the College next Wednesday night. ncck was broken. According to Dr. Kansas, after having been dlshon- - 61"uld2rs and say, "Quien sabe? The that arc In the hands of the rules cwi I is uxnooted bv Saturday nhiht. that wh,Uf "ucr,a f "" m,tteo W,H nevcr sc0 dySht asoln. Ellis Duncan death was inatantane- - orably discharged and forfeiting all bMx'l, In the Senate an earnest effort will "rcii UI14 llLlunU(? 3 IllWi ftaiu--u ua u mut; laiaiinvi, .iiuaiiaiiio mim: ui .iuj9U TJlO tOCt that this company was ous. . pay and allowances duo him. It is Tim, l, hv Afllnlnloti-itln- ii ltnilrK tll.l.t till ...1.1... vy a vwr tu..., Day """ aB " Although several persons saw tho almost unbelievable, but Uio offense " "ot to javo the way for early action on coached find Instructed by Ellas ac- - IS .to 15 was left in tho hands of h fall of tho body, no one witnessed the charged against this aoWer and of do not consider that h was an th Issue by bringing It wjuarely be- Is a Brcat feature In Its favor. participant In thq assassination rules committee, when a motion nmfr Thu greatest good fortune that plungo from Uio window. Among tho which the military court Xouill him " on Intcroceanlc fore the Committee ,. .,.,.... In first to read, . mado b' " Frost' como w ,,, ,"'u", Lith- - glUy, was that "having been ordered ct Madero- - Thc' took upon V,,la w her side Mas J. " Canals for consldemUon and report ca" by gow Smith, of Uio Fidelity awl Co- - to decap Tired sholls." he "did throw an unprincipled bandit and Carranza suspend thq rules and take, the Btafe- i.v i.n (... ii.n m,.n i.n, .iu.ioi to be organized aud coached The wido hlU out of the hands oX Elean Practical dreamer. Ellas Day. For years tho lias given lumblu Trust company, who has opart away a number of the shells glv- of the subject. (bishop's summary of the situation committee. Unless the rules comndt- ability o tho pro- ments in tho building. Dr. Cuthbert en him to decap." Opposing forces In both houses nre his Rreat coac)lng n ,ndIcate he wahful teo calls the bill out, which Is con- por this crime he was chargid-wltduction of tho best In too tyceum, Thoniwon was summoned but when arrayed for tho fight, tho prosiwct 8ldcrcd now a romote possibility, it waMJnS ls not aU on tWs eldc Di ontortanmcnt. ho arrived 1IX0 music and exUnct. A small "conduct to the prejudice of good or- being that tho c)iamplors of toll ex- both in He lias been especially fortunate In crucifix nas found boslde the body, military discipline," and al- - Rio Graade. Globo Democrat. dcr ami emption Xor American coastwise ships de- j believed thq bill is pormanently V sclcolU'S the mombcrs of thsl com- A Mf Judge Eans was noUflod of the so of "dlsobadlence of otllcrs," In will low when, the nP calls liavo tneap.Kaies 10 Louisviue. feated. nany. Each is well adapted to the tragedy by Mr. Smith. Ho Is pros- - that "having received a lawful com- l)o.-token In boU houses. Roprcsen-tative- s Excursion fares to Louisville, Ky., On Uie rcU call, the following sen- jdnco he fills. As a company Uicy tnifrifl U'itJl irrlof. nifitiH lila allinprlnr lfflp.nr. ReC- Adnmson-aiJsmia, )u ciuue arc talenteM and versatile. She had been in a nervous condl- - ond Lieutenant John F. Wall, to de- - and return- - Account Conference for ators voted Jo table toe motto: of tho rcical forces in Uu House, Th program will ,bc of Interest to tlon for about two years. During the cal, .fjied 8hclls." he "did Willfully H"ucation,ln the South April 7 to 10. Messrs. Ashby. Bale, Booles, arei only doubtful as to the size of tho whole audience. Whether vocal N- - worth, Clay. Coburn, JJurham, Pord ta! L-days hor condition had been afccW the sanw:" This Is what 0n AM 5Ul and the majority their cause will have. Helm, Hlldreth. sell round trip tickets Hartford. Hall, HolaM. music, or enter' worte than usual. Allie O. Ronalfl. happons wJlcn a prlrate offends a lhey predict that Jt will bo large, music, Instrumental KyKy.. for W& for "Knight, Moore, Robertson. Sanders. to talnmcnt Is preferred, no ono will clerk of tho Federal court, who acted Second Lieutenant. while Majority Leader Underwood ai)l nu ppopr. v " "P ThorBJs arlaty as spokesman for rtJie faraUy said Tho cthcr sidfi of the system Is roun be dlsappoluted. t lltfV nlTnmi uiltllA nf tlnl IlAlllVlnfll 1(11 Thoso voting against thft motion. ","""'"" "" , "mis- - and quality to satWy ovefy domand. Miss Eans fainted twice Friday shown up In the case of an offensoof x" I ' with him tliat an H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. were: Messrs. Antle, Araett, Frost, on sale by night and In falling cut her arm in a second Lieutenant against a prl-- 1 llcscrvttl seaf" ti.cko'3 tako to recrso the Nation's policy Glenn, HUcs, Montgomery", Moody, County Drug Co. John F. two places. Second Lieutenant vatc. rgartliiig canal tollu, Insist jUiat the tho Ollo e, Porter, M. O. Scott, . H. Scott, - Brown, or the Philippine Scouts, was VFR1ljT FflR MI.33 Evaus.w ho has always been dellvt;e will be close. Vincent, Welsh, Williams arid cate in healUi, according to her lntl- - hrousht bclCTO a court martial at In tho Senate, tho roturn of SenZimmerman. mates, had suffered from nervous p0rt Santiago, Manila, P. I.., and' BOTH DEFENDANTS Tihose nojt voting were: MarshaU', ator O'Uornian, chairman of the trouble ever, since, the death of her chargcii with the following: "Optta- - j of- - Intcroceanlc Canals, ls 'Henderson county; Salmon, oHpWns MORE THAN WEEK mother many jeans a"fo. y and publicly maintaining improper county; Overstreet, Daviess county; awaited with interest In view of tho Ws tlir. Ifia, Iwn Vilira 1inWflpr. .....I lll.n., wlntnii. i.rltli rtria A1ut- fact tliat Senator Owen, n majority 'MiSS Copeland And Turk Dis- - Baggby. Lowis countiy. The dther y, since she underwent an tlmi Camarlno, a Filipino woman. friends member or tho committee, has '' of Private Ysahelo Probably Wants To Know Villas operation for appendicitis, her condl - tho sister-in-lacharged By Jury at ducod a bill smillor to tho Sims hill county, died during T. present711 ces the Company, Fhll- tlon lias been more serious. Bcltran, Forty-thi- rd tor Uio iuruto cf cxiKdltlng bcttle-mesion. Attitude Toward Thuntlay afternoon, however, she wino Scouts." Mayfield. of tho controversy as soon as Tho motion of Senator Huffakcr tc jiu was furtlier charged with fraud seomod much better. Friends, who possible. Senator Owen bceks to liao consider the taxation hill by changHim. met her at a reception, congratulated j issuing worthless chocks, with con-- J ing the method of classification of the committee take the repeal bill up tin., nnrvn lior KOftlllnirlv IninrOVed COn- - .liml tn llw. mvliiHrn nf znrti nrdpr Mayficld, Ky.. March 16. May " i nrPepty n at onco and pass ujwn It. Bta' so? LT dltlon. They say she seemed more a,i military dlsciplln0 tn ullowing Coiwlaill 'and Lucion Turk secured Douglas, Ariz., March 1C General That tho vote In committee will umw some forago a,iimals under his charge to thqlr freedom this afternoon, when a cheer! ul Uian she had been for be close Is certain nnd ppponnts of Carranza, "flrtt chief of tho ConsU-tli- e measures can bo prolonged 'go without food for three .weeks, and uny returned a verdict of not guilty. time. 'n"01"1"5' reieal Insist tho majority SvlU tutlonalists has net been heard Irani Saturday night wth embezzlement of United States rjc-tMiss Evans retired parties have been on trial for eoii rusncjJ w Kel)resenta uvo vote agaiut tho President's plea. In since ho loft Agua Prlcta last wcblc. feeling badl,-- . Judgo Evona did not fundSi jlo was tounU guilty on all the soveral dayB on the charffe of having event, there will be a minority lie wns expected to reach Onlta Pass that sena5 W m body was cnarges, excepUns certain wrds In raUiklered Hugh Aitchlson, a farmer of r see her again until the rciKct upon which the controversy In between Sonora and Chihuajiua states fminil nn lio ivavlnp VPatJYtaV mom- - !,,. l,. fLB r.,1ll .,r,t Hla unntnnrn vv."l Inot lnW Thlo la hUSe action On IttG aOO0 IDlU, BOXAHdlng Sena- - today. In Uio meantime thcro pro ho tho Senato will hlngo. ? Is not foUowB. lng. Tho time when she. arose To ho dlsmiescd from the tlio second trial of the cos.', the first to bring tor 0,wen In leading tho Admluls- - many unconfirmed rumors afloat Uiat know n. but Is presumed to have been 8ervice when resulting In a hung Jury, of the United States." up the statewide bill was (tabled. tration forces will bo Senators Hoke Carranza intends to camp In the shortly before the accident as Bhe,, priato Johnson refused to decap Cojxi-ha- d The deceased married May Smith, of Georgia, and James, of mountains and remain out of not JJressed for tho morning. some, fired. shells. Five years at hard land's sister. She claimed tliat lib Free Soup in Camden. polls of the Sem- - niuncaUou with tho border until he Various The tragedy throw a pall over rho iaDOr In a military prison, Blshonlor-- had outrageU her on ono occasion In ato pu thq reiieal question liavo In- - leanns of Villa's attitude toward Much to its rosret the Poet-Trf- eresidents of tho fashionable Weiaalng- - at,je discharge, forfeiture of all pay a bathroom at his home. Sho had dicaUll that Uio President will ho hlni. He is also said to he desirous has had to chronicle Uio ojn- 'Innwr rovealed this fact under fear Era anarttment. DurlnE tho nnn sustained by a majority of from ten of keeping out of jtouch with 1U10 afternoon the Evans' suite Ws visited Secoud Lieutenant Brown main- - of toUli aa 6ho Bars Uhat lie threat- - luS t free soup houso on tlw But ' United States for a time. to twenty votes. tUo IJrat pcoasion HW who called to talned improiicr relations ,wlth a sol- - ened h0r , and that he would assault s'ae- - Ta,s scores of friends J by AnoUier matter Included In the, mes o ther tho memorable hard B!ster-ln-lafalse hcr any jl0 Wanted Ito. Issued expresB their grief over the calamity. aler-foreigu relations of thp Government Nogaleti, Ariz., March 10. On ' most Intimate frlenda wero Chicks, .starved Govornment cattle, kjlllnfi Turk Cleveland administration, wo bejiew,. Only On the night of the (t Is planned to undertake this count of alleged lack of nympathy Dis- however, nrfl or these; but embezzled Government money: 1 Miss .Copeland drove to Atohl- - that tlle necessity for public seup Carranza, admUted Judge week for consideration Is the pend- - icnoiuilly with Gouoral t . son's home. Miss Copeland got out houses has been felt In Oamden. Evans pcrsonaHy. . misaU rrom tho Bervlce. a few saw ConsUtuUonallst ing treaty with Nicaragua, negotiat- - nicardo Gayou, whUo under normal condltlona te-Miss Evans was born In Louisville. That j8 tho kind of military "Jus- - of th buggy and went into thq houso. y by Uiq Tatt AdmlnlstniUon, which consul here, was summarily Slio ed Ufo with tho tlco" which ls making it liail for Atchison again attempted to ravish number of unemployed J greater Rt lived hero all her the present Administration Is to dismissed. Ho will bo suspended by oxcepUon or about eight years which Ullclo any other tixatt Sam to reCruU men for mill- - tho. slrl, when sltt) pulled Uie pUol Ul8 season tlian at httvo amended and rutlfifld as booh e, v. Anaya, of Tucson. spent In Washington, whllo her tary sorvice, oven with the cities full and shot him lu tho Uark. Turk, who or the year, thero ls unquestionably sho i ms iiosslble. This Is Uie latest development in lather served in congress and as com- an abnormal dulnees in tlia local la- of unemployed and hungry mien. That was n tlie buggy waiting lor Miss T plot .which Is said The Foreign Relations Commlttco tho revenue. army is nionuraoturing Copeland, occompanldd tho young bcr market. It is tho belief of many internal 13 wi,y the or tho Senato expert Sccrtary of to liavo been formed hero recently. mls3loner of recks iady home, and ho did not know or that this abnormal condition la due Tho funeral which Is to bo private, criminals, convicts, physical nppear for uaJou sa H ho supiwted tho cause to Bryan State to 0 operation cf the Wllsou-Un- 3:30 o'clock this at- - and undesirables. held at ho shooting until Uie next day. wli of thu Admluls- - al not Uio man, and It wis roporU will an explanation -- . derwood Tariff and othor Dimocrat-to arrest him in ternoon In tho Evans' apartments. Ul0 ofnccra c desires relating to Uio treaty u(i n was reared ho might Join tixitlon lcn,1MeOon with tho crime. But we cannot stcp to ' CcndltlODS in MeXICO. . " legislation. Th Ilcv.- Edward L. Towell. . , ... which is deslgiuil primarily for ac wjt), Carrauza's opponents, 131 ,...-,- " nt.Hl.lt 11. filllMVtll vlT Vllltph ., 'urxuo tins iiuesiicn wane nirngtw nll.n.. tlAflAnnnll Ul itlin T,i,- --ll Ol IflfUl 1M1JL Vjltl JOhUfcit flQUU' jliVUllllUil Iftf 'WW uuMivu, f or .l,v the United Statcs of UonlUas, iliilroriient Manuel .Miss Evans wu a member, will or- - El)i8C)pal Church 1ms Just returned BanqueiS,UinnerS ana Longevity. atalUj in our mhist. N'lraniguau canal lifiltta and rlRhts FomCnto In he tho rebel provisional rtclato. The duty of Uiq moment is to Dlnnor and sooial rtiiictlono are a from Mexico and Jiaa made a state- IIo Ho-lo naval btatlon sltis, In Uio Day of cabinet was liberated distress, jirovldo food for tho pallbearers are Dr. William ,ncut to conditions thero onijiha- - conspicuous feature ol Wobhln'-to- n Fonsrcu in exchango for a payment anj Alberto Pona, former Mexican Bailey, Dr. Cuthbert Thompson, Geo. scfrt of sizim? tho hopolesiiiciia or restoruUon liro. Tlio nclw Senator or CongrasJ- - liungry aill devlao some eiu-o- rs of $3,000,(100 In gold. a rrea ted Saturday woro senator Dr. David Morton, Allen Laith- - ot J)UVnj uy Uio efforts of either man always feels that lie muM keep He relief work tliat yiU furnish By the terms of tho treaty, as or- - charged with conspirlm-- ' agaliibt colhag- - ploymont to heads of families .who--and James Buckncr. Jlluoita or the constltutlonaHsL lead ,u, tho iaeo, but Uiclr older Nicaragua woulU Carranza. Pona was not roliubrd. framodi s IKlnall) in idleness tnul ors. Ho Bays tluit Uuerta's mllltarj ueH d0 not hctilUto to sund lu tlu'lr now walk ihp etrct-tgrtuit In porinuulty to .the United ' to Carranza ls Opposition to ,Vj.rc.ts now and Uicn. Oiu- - Scna'or ai-- compelled to eat tUQ broad of Administratrix Notice. lorco must restrict its efforts tho oxclusio riglits for an In- - vclopIng.aiU It Is &M luuv und W-- 1 n ,,.e iiMviiii. piiiimu :LL'.iliist L'uardliiE tho railways, which aro tjie whose young daughters inakit H.:ve oliarlty. uu.- jjortoit mat oniy ins irieuus uro iu u.u leroccaiiic uii.uii Tho East Sido soup house i ti In Mexieo doniartls upon him as un ct.coit to tbtutk- of Dr S. J. WeMdlng, de- - olijeat of robel attacks. tho nnd tho Orfat l.alto of Nlcar- lowcjd to hold offtci-- . - CHiS' and surrouiVHng wuntry then' official functions, announced the first nol of distress. Tho problem of the -uro hereby notified to ircagua, or Uy way of any other route, had tulopUul poor uul tho unemployed culU tor sent tlVm to mo properly proven on Is no evidence of war. .except the r the year that i (onSOlit'atcd Meeting, over Nirnraguan onltory. Artlcjq a -,..,- - ....v.-.k- w prencnre ot tlio eoiiuii-s- . i;io bu- - Hioaner unanip e;mr a ruMiiuun.i 1 1911 or htev will Arrangomontu nre bohitf uuulo for or before June of 'Urn treaty projcxco Uiaf. "In order nuy call to acooupt the party Also, thoso knowing them- - dl.rs are undoralz,d and apparently lollows: to facilitate tho protuction or tho Pa- - a Krcat niCLiinjr 0t ohlo County mem. "I havo cut out all dinners ami thaf. has brouety Ui!,i .Mresslitg by note or account to iicorly dlbclplluid. Tlu-J- r poor marks-- 1 uanigr Canal" and the rlglits con- Tolmcco fcclven Indebted taQ CoiiholSIatwl of runoUona except Uio 'I feel under coiuUtlon upon the rountry.-Cam- -by aro requested to ' buttle nwiiHhip U latsoinlng a mattix tcmplaUd In Nicaragua, Nicaragua arowera-- Atoooiatlwi at the court said cut-itligations to attend' In my ulflolai dqn IN, J.) ni'tvurb. Itallwsiy trunbportatlon hiK boavo date. Uie, United Stales ror houso ju Hartlonl Sjiturd: , tMurch o 'shall become a serlom. problem. Tho rail- - cuiioclty, MllS. MINNIE W. WEDDING. liliiQty-nJn- o A. S. of E. Notice. years Uie droit Corn and ojet at 10 o'clock a. in. Bradley not Buffered way whlph has froni( "i have done this fur two reasons, Administratrix. Cora IslarJJs in Uio Caribbean BOn aftd oUlcr B,,wlk(.-.will ho tvh-Sc- a Tho Ohio County Ulilcn of tJn A. time I ha bocaiiBO not dynamite Is regarded iw fortunate, Jlartford, lty. and rights to a naval base on tho cnt lt j8 holHHi tlult ulJ mwnber will an1 On mllwuv eiiiiilou roinurkwl to Uie attend them. 1 havo too much to do.'b. or b. will moot at Jjanjoni Gull' of Fonsocu. , H,c present. n.w. i. lncVv Thiw ,.".1., ..... Simrfnnl. mi lone Libra- - i "7, 1914 at 10 o'clock U. III. All i.i. 1U'' . ..r.. r.r.Tii Mr .,"-....- .. ,. -For Sale, Cheap UU1 1IIIV ..rfT "v Knrly In the lffawwt Admlnlstra-- ( m. T. WESTEllFIKl.D. Co. t'h'ni'n. w w. am traction merely Bhoct at our trains ami do "ii rlan of CouKress, onc tout mo inai pumiry One J. 1. Casft tlon Socrrtary Bryan proposed to thoj most publics mon riu anny ami nav.iunieu in ac uuii iuwo wi.u iui iv'-near Callioun. Ky.; also one blow us up with dynamite." Wire(FeHCill SeuaM committee that Um triuty be officoi'who died In AVaslilngton 'dug aro requested to be preaout, In tho interior the depredation I.' Cote tractiim engine,! anudidcd In such a way that the. ,rjM) fuUUH1B KltKliitnu woven wire ai uV ".'- nre,'.i.. kv. Tlicso bii- - of bandits nrowl the country, robuinf their graves w ui their own ujcu nnu"iiii . , llnUi-States would secure- - virtual . v. . second-hunand burning, without sjiecial hosUl- - baylng which l havo taken to liecirt." lng a goctt attondanco l requested, but nlnrnt of I glues uro . v contiol of NIcaruRua thru u roUc- -6, L. STMH,S, I reB., Mitchell Chappie In National Btylq that you .hay bo t a n6w. Sec J. G. KKOWNlty to any claw of cIIUmih or fprelgii tora- - similar to that qxcrctot! ovo,' HENRY M. PIUTLK, Sve'y, Ky.' 35tl' niiJenln, but actuated apjiarcntly by Magazine. & Actou't). Hartford Cuba. Ho nou3J add to the treaty In need of at Likens Alliany, X. Y McCombs Declines Position. .March 1C Nn-tlon- al w,i,u Mrt K. I 'dc-lka- to cx-lc- Bal9. -- rar" iuiutuu hw """ " " h s W fr-ri- -- d JvlUe. '"" tu. fTu-nt- CABRANzTtipNu Com-nilux- io s-- w T'J l at """" ? ':" f - hard,!M Bf!l I nllon-nneA- 8 tf. antl-Carran- 1 11 ;- , 1 re-T- to-da- y. iiitb-Brc- nt, - es - cr sig-ivis- ed - ,... .. o lio " tWil-LlU- ie s ;:.-i- ... fit, " , l ,,... ". j; ia-otc- ' ruiu.. 1 ww o i) i & M'lumonnmiii ii m wmwm "u'U'imF CP Splendors of World's Greatest Exposition ( Revealed by rresent Marvels Bro MARVELOUS Conclave of Nations Unsurpassed in History at San Francisco in 1915 IC PANAMA-PACIF- INTERNATIONAL A EXPOSITION OF VIRILE FIGURE, "THE PIRATE," FOR GREAT EXPOSITION WALLS. n THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL AVIATION RACE AROUND THE WORLD. axD Ml WILL OPEN UPON COMPLETED ASSEMBLAGE ARTS, THE TREASURES OF THE WORLD'S SCIENCES Tilo AND INDUSTRIES Today, the Panama-PacifiInternational exposition overshadows and vcliphus any commemorative and Instinctive exhibition In history. Progress jln nil phases of this most brilliant and comprehensive of world's celebrations lBiiull7t'S tho exposition sib it will appear when tho exhibits of tho world are installed within Its spacious halls, when hundreds of thousands of raro trees, plnnls nnd shrubs brought from far corners of the globe have transformed the firuiindA into .1 semltroplcnl paradise nnd when from tho Golden Gate the (traveler will behold the ast Exposition city rising to great heights against the walls of (he encircling amphitheater of tho hills of San Francisco. I In the assured participation of the foreign nations and of tito commercial International exposi(and Industrial Interests of the world tho Panama-Pacifi- c tion elands alone among the grrat expositions of the past, An a tribute to America's heroic task In the completion of the Panama j icanal 33 of the world's great nations have formally accepted the invitation of g tlhc president to take part in tho celebration and arc now engaged in magnificent displays, which will illustrate their progress in every line of tocial and Industrial activity. The Argentine leads "with a government appropriation of $1,500,000 (gold), and In Its magnificent pavilion will bu land. Canada will expend 1 000,000; presented the wonders of that (Japan, JGOO.OOO; China, $800,000; Turkey, $300,000, and In the Turkish (pavilion will be shown the rarest and costliest treasures of the Ottoman n;inplre. New Zealand and Australia will make tremendous displays. Fifteen .liumlred manufacturers In Germany will make a collective exhibit, to be shown Jn a great German building; COO manufacturers from England will present a combined exhibit. More than 500,000 accredited delegates from all parts of the globo will , ialtond a scries of great international conventions and congresses to bo held at ,San Francisco during the exposition. Among the congresses will be the CoprIsht. 1911. by I'anoma Pacldc Interfcrvat International Engineering congress, of which Col. George W. Goethals, national i;cpusltion Company. builder of tho Panama canal, is chairman. When tho sculptors at the Panama-Pacifi- c Thousands of visitors from all parts of the globe arc planning to see the I International Exposition began great exposition at Sun Francisco in 1915, and wonderful preparations arc their work they had at an inspiration ttaing made to transport and to care for them. a task which has appealed to the imagination of the world for centuries, EXPOHUGE TRIUMPHAL ARCH AT THE WORLD'S GREATEST the cutting of the barrier between the SITION A WONDERFUL SIGHT. Atlantic and Pacific oceans in the Panama canal, and so they have reproduced in tho sculpture figures of the early explorers, pirates, the adventurers of the seas, the pioneers, pathfinders. The picture above shows "Tho Copyrlslit, 1914. by Panama Paclllc International Kxpotition Company., Pirate" by Allan Newman, tho brilInternational exposition at S.in Frnnclsco will be the gathering place of tho In May, 1915, the Panama-Pacifiliant American sculptor. most expert aeronauts fiom all the civilized nations of tho glob", when tho start is made of tho great aerial BEAUTIFUL FIGURES TO "ADORN for a prize of $300,000, the largest hum ever offered for any single spotting event in history. Every do- VAST EXPOSITION PALACES. i LTrs21-.!scrlption of motor-drive: air craft will participate in this stupendous around tho globe. Tho race will l represent the climax of nil the world's aeronautical activities nnd will stand for all time as an Immortal epic of . n, j'Sio . " " van human daring, human Ingenuity, and the marvelous epitome of the progress of mankind, it will bo the uuproino '? I i mi adentuns of our day. As an achievement, it will mark n historic cycle that will compare with the crossing of tho Atlantic by Columbus and the circumnavigation of tho world by the licet of Magellan in 1522. Aviators have long ' "X ' ' discussed the project of aeroplane tnura. c far-awa- y sition opons at San Francisco when the marvelous on February 20, 19 in. A conclave of nations unsurpassed in tho history of the world will assent- Paiiaina-P.teHlc International expo- a c M A V'v&;ih! ryss-,- - I n p ' round-the-worl- 1ibTb1ssirGRbTj 4 ii. 0SSSS55v. 4- - Cuwyrij.ht, I 1911. Tho Arch of the ltUIng Sun at the Panama-PacifiInternational exposl- 'tion, which will do ci owned by a wonderful group of statuary, "Tho Nations r the Eml" Thu howd.ih upon tho elephant will bo 1S8 feot above the floors nf tie court; the group It.selt will be 42 feet In height. This huge arch, "breathing tliii splilt ol tho Orient, will be upon tho east side of tho great ContRil couit, i!iu Court of the Sun and Stars. Upon tho west sldo of the court '.l!l bu an arch typifying OcciJuntul clvilizaticn. c by Pdiiima I'aclno International exposition Company. Copyright. 19H. by Pjnnmn Parlflc International exposition Company. Many of tho greatest tculptors or I lAnr,inPRlii dm apc nc unn-nn- tiidc tho world havo produced the wonder ful figures and groups to be shown on tho grounds and on the great palaces of tho Panaina-l'aclflInternational Exposition at San Francisco in 1015. The picture above shows one of the exquisite figures by August Jaegers for the great Court of the tFour Seasons. c 19K, by Panama Pacific International Rxpoiltlon Company. This photograph shows tho enlarged flgtwes for the colossal group, 'Nations of tho East." to crown the Arch of International exposition at San Francisco in 1915. With tho oxcoptlon of the tho Rising Sun at the Panama-Pacjflelephant nnd tho camel on tho left all the figures are completed. Tho elephant, however, will be surmounted by a bewdah and the camel by a rider. Tho group Ip Its entirety is tho conception of A. Stirling Colder, with whom The huge elephant In tho center of tho group was modeled by Frederick G. R. Roth and Leo Lentelll Mr. Roth, who also modeled the camels. The mounted horsemen were modeled by Leo Lentelll. From loft to right the figures aro: Arab warrior, negro servitor bearing baskets of fruit, nuncl nnd rider, falconer, elephant, representing India; Iiuddhlst lama, bearing emblem of authority; camel and rldor, negro servitor, Mongolian warrior. Copyright. c y WORLD'S FIRST INDOOR AEROPLANE FLIGHT. DECORATIVE PIECE FOR EXPOSL TION PALACE. vfw&'jf' ill , wfryf iNy? ?. ' ri ?S ill i L mi r 0 v taftfw (Copy. 1 v, , . 1'nclllc Inter i' iuii t uiiip.iuy. liiirrii.-ttlnnu- l Tb. iuncrb t'nlnce of HorllriiUin at tho Patiaiiia-l'.ictflc- fwponllUMi in Fun Frunclfcco li. ViU vmII bo surmounted by a vutt dome of las, buiumrlcd with immense steel trubsm The dome will he lit! ten In height una ir.2 feet In dlametor At nitdit tuuteilt-.- s of colored will pJjy on tne Inside of Ihe dome from within tho building, mi that It will $rvneni the appearance cf u gljitntlc koai bubble continuously cltinging to Copyright. 191. ly Panama Potini Inter. every tiller "f the rainbow uatlumil Uipoitltliiu Company, I I seta-ehllgb- Cupvilsl I. l'Jll. I I'aclfl Itltertxtlmul .... ... 'ii p.iny ' ....- - iHCt ti.... ,.u ai'iujiiiiuii ....... new .... ...!... . ttor u 'll.l iiihiuu u Uilild n was when Llnrnln 1?'",...,1,,.,am,",tl avlu"-- . " in the Huso Pnir.ce of Machinery on the sroiind,s of the Puimmvl'aciuo . International -- -, , Knini Cisco on February 20. 1015. Tho Palace of Machinery Is u no,t 1.000 feet . hi null MRU' i. " i Henrlmy from one end U the other of tho building. Hying for more Unii l!0U feet a i,d f moat remark- able feature of the IIIUt as that he hud to ktur a tra1cht cour.,0 down ciVef ., ,., ... rxu-iiuim- i i J$L -6 th. UI X ' wl.S n-- J i - fwt paed width. lit WEIGHT ISDW. W. SMITH, OF A BTJDY. Waiting For a Miracle. Advocates of the watchful waiting policy are now voicing a Jiopc tlint tho man of the hour may arise In Mexico. Ah tho St. I.ouls Republic expresses It: "It Js hoped that a loader niny appear and a party de velop through which tho country may ' bo pacified and constitutional govern-- 1 mont Iluorta dos! ono v., pear to be crumbling as jap-- 1 idly as tho prcohHit supposed onio weeks ago. He lias not yot sue-- 1 cumbed to the financial siege. Of the 15,000.000 motley liinabltants of thai stricken republic, a majority willingly rocognlro him as ruler. IV dheet and Indlrrett confiscation ho supplies' his government with funds. Whilo his hands are covered with bloody spots, (Jen Villa, once hope of the is llkowisc constitutionalists, Jndcllblo stains, llrlfandagc Is rampant throughout the country, rcgaillhss of what leader amy bo In nominal control. Hundreds cf mil lions of forlcgn investments hao be lost and there is no safety of life or person. Tho times liavo been calling for a man,, but none has answered. Car-lyj- q said .that many dark times "hac called for men l)i vain. No figure looms in Mexico fitted to the Hcrr culean task of restorJn order. Gen Villa has been pronouncul Impossible by those fyrmorly his admirers. is admitted a weakling. Zapata's record is against hlin. Tho lllanquct same Is true of Medina. glories in his relics of Maximilian's execution. Do la Barra has been too I Intimately associated with the Huertai regime " expect recognition from the j United States. Felix Diaz was a flash In the pan. The elder Diaz remains at a safe (distance and Is too old to resume his Iron grip on affairs. Tho supposition that John Llnd has been on a DLogenic quest for the man is dispelled by correspondents who have visited his retreat In "the rear of the consul's office at Vera Cruz. He still huffs the delusion Uiat Villa and Car-ranwill soon conquer the country aid that under the purifying Influence of nuthorlty they will erect a noble government of iho people, for the people and by tho people. Whether William Bayard Halo Is still acting Las a mpomatic scout among sucn .Mexican leaders as do not Insist on Inspecting his credentials can not be ascertained. Nothing but a miracle cou)J produce within a short time a. man with the lofty patriotism, tho financial ability, the military sagacity and prowess and the qualities of statesmanship essential to rcstorlnK peaco and pros perity in Mexico, indications are'tlut such restoration can be effected only .by Intervention by the Uaited States a?cu-niulatl, Car-ranza Prcs. II. I. PAYNP, Sec. nnd Trcts. J. S l.nACII.Mnnnn r K Igllsit &&smm - w"' i (iwKra.t'wniBr.lk-;R5J.- ; t,w (ftv. v' tiirtss raw--f k ms.wiinwmj . ttSMTTf if iJL,Ajr' wnm . Lj;.W. T;j.ALUiiii .m .'iVl' .' m Kr r. .tv..:'. .. 3'vra. :V,T'vW.isf3Wia,iLf. .j';. ::.r?" n.iMiiiva. l...im4..-.-- i.? J V( r.n.MWhM4c.rrWfi "KS-SJ L 7vmr".'?73 mateSwwSKSSJS3 iti-ri- How It Decreases as It Goes Above or Below the Carth's Surface. Everybody weigh mine ut the sur-far- e of tli" enrtli llimi It eiiu ut any (liter point. Irs weight diminishes i'.x It Ih removed nlioe the mirfuiu or be- An it riics from the xurfnee I'jw U Its 'velght decrease III Inverse ratio to tiie hiiuureM or me iiikiiiiuts irom tne center of the earth. As It deseeiiiN below the surface Its weight decreases d!i'"ctly us the distance from the cen- - MSf26 'a 5jjjjTfa-n:T;f.Kw- KVirjril?' r ! "Ekr jffiwsa H rr iru;wiHrrartav ;kJMK raw .sailiaf! Mfrs:i?ai s. LVlrff tt ' fi iinMmB&Mi "'". - Cwi" . Siii, rarmrrn .uusem . t3 S& ' h ter of the earth. 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' tv1 hI: Ss tr!rrr.-- . i BaavaaaJ0aaaaM""'awavavaaaaaBM"''aaawavJaBSkaR -- aTaBBBwVjLYai """"BwHIFH fSBBBKsriBBM - vV BLaBtBSBSaaslflBaBakvaBlBBVa1vl iiiMirarni-iifi'- '& ,r , BBHEBsv7aKi' 1 i i i irihww'.ih.iiiiMiMf- .yfcMl,Ai.WM m U'lJ vttf isaiswafflamp Owensboro, Kentucky Tie Largest Complete K.i.Tr.Arv:'rtfnrT!rit n,:.'rA. .5Ttt,is'iHv'P:..v'.' ftft WW vffife m4:i-- Wsf.aJCtfdav The reason for this Is tlint at 1!,000 from the center the body is on .1... ...... ..t .. ...!..... ..I .1 IWii ...11..u' radius. What causes weight is the mass of matter combined with distance from the (enter. A globe of L'.O'JO miles' radius contains as much matter as a globe of 1,000 miles' radius, the size of the earth; therefore only lis much mutter attracts thediody. which. If mass were tho only factor, would at 'J.000 miles as from tin; center weigh much us at the surface of (he earth. Hut It Is also only half as far from the center lis It was nt tho surface and. If distance were the only factor, would weigh four limes us much us on the surface, l'onr times Is therefore It weighs half what It would nt tin; surface. Now. .siipiKjse we drop this body to the very center of the earth and see wlint It would weigh. All the matter of the earth Is now outside It and can exercise no attraction whatever upon it; therefore It weighs nothing at all. mile oiie-elglit- h one-eightone-eightouc-elglit- li one-hal- world. IntlielllitlrUal Ko.itii" k7 tlftcli la f en tl c Pi"itical ot tlr btaio tothcrtc cnttlmc.1 statistics from thefouml-uuctttnient. It in.:lii te4t-- AU Stan O licUs. Hwiuilye tlio licdi of e- -cA i of the bti-- Covcrnmc 't with PS Ji'itlielrsaiorlci. Urrmmcntanltieclclcilfo-teofflccrj nriU Kctu iicky- Coird inJ C i irt j u'.i tli-- 'r Organliatlons tlic ami ! Iltlsal t.mralfpc? salirica. Kentucky w fctiti-- . 1)1 KcntJcJtr V- - .cl iies Sci-.- trr. Chief Mta kV.l c "i .rl U. Hallrn.-- l Co.nraljilcn rs. 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Co., Orange, Mass. than he has arisen, and wearo Mtinating statement on tho subject.it threatened with having our policy of is possible the present policy of fos- - elimination of ono madq successful uj mo BuusLuuuon 01 anotner wnoso tering chaos there would never have indlvduallty js still Ices pleasing; or oeen aaoptoo. .air. voa iioumaa ot rcsortintr to that wlilnrl It shauld from his long exterlence as the owner ,javo beca our f,ret aTld fetrongestor. aim manager oi a ntrgq piantauou, toj to I)revont nUlltary intervention. sieaksby Uio book when ho says that AU thIa was knwn Jn a gonoral y tiie en. revolutions are merely struggles for hy revi0UB administrations, and:gov-liower.- bif lie xrntto an olllcer. liowevoc lie factions. ar.U especially by Qrnx thoIr 1)0j,cv of wonU only lose all food except his men of .personal ambition. He says Moxicans themselves th6 appVoval or bread and Iimvo ii pill. of miter flung over from tlmj head. dowuvurd.-'L.on-ul- na that such athlngasanelcotlou In tho aisapproval of their rulers and tho senso in wlilch we understand tho mcthod of their acquisition of power, Finally Restored To Heakb word Is impossible. There are only a accel,tnP dQ facto Boveruriiolits" as 'PKIage. Literary arid Muiical few polling places. Those ore. located Buch ai,d ,ieaiinB with thonl as Bty:h. By LydiajE. PinkLam's Hernaril Shaw's defense of literary In tho more populous centers where That way lay jlnnmnlty from tho o f.iilllftge" was ahtlclpaU'd by Ills felhuv 7egetaBle 'Compound. ad iuterlin president has soldiers, cea3,ty for ,ntervention( y llltUo couniryn.1111. .llxlfe. tlw-- composer or and only a few votes are cast, chle,fly event ot aotlml chaoa,na aiiar0ny. "TJie Itobemlaa Girl." who used iv BcTlcvue, Ohku ""J was in a terrible by botrow gouerously from other cople'. thoso representing tho man In Wo shall bo fortunato It the now way scores. Ou one occasion, the "London state Itefore I tociklLydiaE. J'inkham'a- power. This is tho way Porflrio Dlaz'doea not pnvo a bnail lBhway lfH1. vVjugerjibJo ComSi?.',. Express rucalis. bo was ivheawlng a poend. My back was ejected or term after term. It ,ng dIrectly t0 interventIon.- -J lobe-wnew .opera t Drury lame .and th first ! ariheduntil 1 thought tho way Madoro was blccted after Democrat. i llddlc un Italian, was lion- - lied to come ' ,. it would break, I had ho drove Diaz out of tho country. HI upon page Jifter page tff fauilllar pains all ixrer me. was tho way the last election was o..-- .. music. "Jlr. Bulfe. Mr. Jlalfe." he rfe nervous feeiiogs and .conducted by Huorta. It is tlte iway Spring Blood and wjaiGiii said In horror, "dat lo Mozart." "And .in il Cleaner. jteinodic trouUes. X a. now eietxiou ivuuui uo iiiuuugeu 111 capital man. too." 'was tlio U'lshrosji's was wry weak and During hto winter months impuroy neply. "iGet on with trie roUearsul."'-JttllnuaM- lIs ease Huerta being overthrown ran and was ities accumulate, your blood becomos Kes. sorno other revolutionary lotting Jbope of .ever Villa or Imptiro and thl.ck, your kidneys, livbeing woll and chltff. er and bowels fall to work, causing .and Hit Wif- A Japanese pcaco In Mex stronjr. After tak "With such conditions I "Spring Fever." You feel rV lady residing In, Psstnlena wn ing Lyffia E. Rnk- wrath- - nskid bv her .Tojianesu gar ham's Vegetable Compound I improved ico "depends upon Uio reign of power tired, weak and lazy. tEJectr)c (Bitman being In tho bauds of aomo dener for the throe days' wages duel rapidly and todcy am a well woman. ters tho spring tonic nnd systom him, as he was about to leave for cannot (tell yon tow happy I it-e- l and strong enough to compel lif Such a cleanser Is what you need; thoy baby. Jlls cannotsay too much for your Compound. man was Diaz. Ills successor, Madero, Japan with Ids wife and stimulate tho kldnoys, Jlver and baw-o- ls written exphuutloir vus; yWIll you Would not bo witiout it in the house if was not strong enough, nnd stronger to healhty action, cxpol blood Implease give me. If you van. as niy wife it rost three times Alio amount" Mrs. linen wrecktll his administration and purities and rcstoro' your health, Is want the wages, nud buy som. Ch&s. ClbJPMAK, R. F. D. No. 7, Belle - in tho wrceklnt' ho lest his life in a strength nnd ambltltn'u EloetrjcrBit- things you know I do jwt like to say vue, unio. nvtnner pocujlarly Mexican and not tcrs makes you feel like Melt suiiill thing, but very wommiiV new. Start nt nil peculiar to Htterta, upon ,whom a. fqur Woman's Precious Gift. mind nre very ftn.ill. My wife is moie week's treatment It wlllwput f7Uk aha rltfsili DHW oTtMil1 wmaf Aiif. nffttlnl tanmial lill !tr v lifta 1iwii nlftOT. cIia wuuiu . I .. iNWlU WlilUi iinall." Exchange. " f uwMur uiHv.it. .rw()u.MW i,.,'" f !...- ously guard, Is her health, but it is By no means can wq Indorse tlw.o.T" " ' . """"5 " tho one most often neglected, until Mexican methods or approve ihc&o1 I " "' " ""'- " Success Without Qittornss. Stiecps in lildustry. in art or In love spnio ailmeht peculiar to her Bex has conditions, but wo are compelled to nnlil $1,00. IV 14 KlWiIMoti I'n 1'Mlhlln.lr.rH lilA . iifaui-in'- u vw ui. fastened itself upon Ver. When so ai Is saved from bitterness uutl .. -- ""-. .! i,,t'0P st. Louis. m bVeiiMSe two'- tomrd our feetedi5Ucliwomi.li may rely upon Lydia """ accordingly. If wo do not, tliey R Plnkhnni'a Vucetable Comnound. o sulv nulileveinonU fill' moiv n.vniMilIoitll) fpinmlv Omt hns boeuAvonderfullv sue-- 1 will- aastert thomsolves iu Uio end In thiiii we know and wL fuiMunri tlmn than in restoring health to suffering prcfiuoiiig' a vworso situation Notice we are fiwarv uiwn. iho tracking of cess-til-l women." ,woiildviC3lilt from our recognition; of 0od.-- Ur. CnboJ. , llerenjler, this wwnr wl'I th lll.Url C 5 cents per linn for all o'm,u If yon have the sJlfeUtcut doubt thein. 0-- 1 UncUvcIoJo'. that CiydiA K. I'lnklmm's-- pjcetu- iai wau mlisrafoVerti Mexleo, and 5 tun: pi 1 Vi-- It I -- s ti- -i sai'l tint a ot" i'i can in e .1 b'ol f iiiiv ciaii. I 'o I lint Wo Ii : : bo i'f '"in d u'.l In adoptln, ' Mi. I TotirlfC"" V.U .' i'i , as other everliWi ilill, and tl OV'T fO"CWlng lb, this ml- - r aiv- to 'I Ai It t hi. VWJ u tOUld to U'llllllH'' M3 In k1 i.l.2ini ,t i I ' . j f 1,1 e... Si-'.m . nan f toal.J, .r nlTl. a'.' .u f u. a weld u ...'.; 4. s Penalties orx" Privihrges .Aboard Ship , in Former Days. Some remarkable advice to seafarers Is given .innn old .Portuguese beok published for 4b e guidance of mariners. Among .other things 5t duals nrlth the rights of captains to assault sailors and tbe 'methods dn 'hicli itlie attacks ore to (le.legallymet. Tli sailor was udv!seditobcrcaliiil.i any verbal nuuse .that an Irate skipper may Jiurl at ihlm, hot If worfis passtsl to blows 'he wnsitoTun nway Into the Ik)ws And .firmly Hate Ids shied beside the &ncborcfialn. Should an infuriated master armed 'belajlug ipln or otbor lethal with weapon Chase ttilm io bis KtroiigliolU the mariner was to sllpiround to the farther side of the 'Chain. Should he still 'be pursued ihe was to call hi messmates to witness thatitl? master elrciicnventlng hod broken' j.alono, by a now the Chain. alli Thee atllasttbe was to defend him- ance or by tho leading governments self, ami 'let us hope he would do It of tho worJU. Globe Democrat. well. Other little matters of.aiscipllnt-ar- e set.out. nud thvytsliow n .noble effort lo luiuku the 'punishment (it the. HMK FLETCHER'S crime. The shlp'-- clerk,. a iprlvileged, person who acted as tbookkeejier, purcer and icargoimaster, was liable to More Light in Mexico. tn the foiehead. to lose bis rigbt hand If the administration, of Washingnud to forfeit all of bis property If he made a wrong. entry In itbe ship's book ton had as intimate .and practical knowledge of. Mexican .conditions as oc connived at such an entry. St. A seaman who fell .asleep on his Sir. Albert Von Hoffman, the wnteh Wat, only put on a diet of bread Louis cltlzou .uiio has just come from com aivl wiiterainless.tlie-offenseAvainUted InitiostlleMvaters. In that case hetmust Iw stripped ntikad. floggtd by thrice In his messnu.tes and dui-Ue- WHY NOT MAKE 71 -,, ii m vsSesSfl $200. A MONTH - - That's $50.00 a Week, almost SIO.00 a Day to mercbants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and farmers, all of wliora realize the need of a safe, but do not know how easy It Is toown one. Salesmen dedare'our proposition one ot well-to-d- o BelllnR. Victor Sates and flrp-pro- ot boxes IHHQHHH -, . ties over received. Without previous can duplicate tie success of others. catalog Our handsomely Itlustrated will enable you to present the subject tocus- coaars in as inieresuiiK; a oiauueras loouga you tvero pllotloK tbeia through our factory. Men appointed as or ariiiiig mm, givini; salesmen receive aovKe ana insiruc-iionconvincing tailing nelatajvliluh it Is iuific:stble for a prospective customer to deny. WU doa'l YOU be the first to apply from your, vicinity before someone else gefsthe. territory t Ws can favor only oo salesman, ouot,eac h locality. - ii I i ioeouiiinmv(uisrr,vfcvii . .1 -Hl .. - 1 ir I'.i.wv company was celebnited by fe . erecting the most modern , factory In the .vrorld. Wlde- -awake special selling , inaucement, rendered Kneoessjrrytodouble ouroiilputVe a,rptwtlui many thousands ot dollars but to learn all particulars. It will cost yon oniy the pries" t, a postal card. eiperl-enotsYOe s tlm best, opportuni- y ,i-- v .- - IA-, . Ask for CalalogtKr KT: -- Children Cry THE VICTOR JmmmmmWmmmmmWLkmWmmWaVv f CASTORIA lWmWmW&KLwWmjFi&"V9r w TO7 Our Now Home, Capacity "'"'rvW'MBLBaaal Annually. safe & lock; CO. 'C 0,000 Safes CINCIIKMl, OHIO Uio scene of troublo and felvels an illu- - worse LOSING HOPE WOWfBYILL 1 -- Tit-Hit- no-th- iirj-.M-P- as JlsFBa ' -- Wf.yi yv I I dlsnp-roliitmeii- t .. - , .......- ,. u 1 ' .-... I ...... ""fcS'. XV .' 1 j A 11 1 c 11 11 ! 1 , 1 '; .. -- '.--- ' - Commissioner of Motor IS A FROTECTIONIS T Creating I Vehicles. Creating Stnto Hotel Inspector. TUT nriPnftl lirilV I IlL KlAuIIN Will Appropriated $:'0,000 to maintain lUtord mTorillti to law at the rontotflre Mconrt n.'urd, Ky., an mall mttr of th Capitol and Gcerncr's mansion. rlnM, Providing Extra Examiners for Insurance CoinmlMloncr. The Claim that Tariff Reduction to C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Submittal tax amenvlmcnt to vote ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor of the people. Basis Would Hurt a Free-Trad- e Comet labor amendment. Address nil communications to Business Has Been Verified. cant passenger Two and one-haTho Hartford Kepubllcan. fare. H rcford Republican, nnd with Thorpo to do tho jlng stunt a goal backbone rocclv- Tor n tcnm woul'' bc forn,c"' HnrrlsburB oni tlio Kilty League i,m8 withdrawn so it is our Ruess that Thorpe will lie with his home team. Hartford nrld McIIcnry always get along well t'o- g ,!:cr and have had many great bat- tl.s In the past. No Substitutes sent you for Royal ing Powder. There is no substitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as substitutes are made from alum. k lf Notice For Change in Road. Ohio County Court. RETURN to the grocer all In tho matter of application for Wo are a Republican, among other chntiKo of road from J. 1. Chirks' BECXHAM ON STANLEY. good reasons, for tho principle of to tho lower Paradise read anil esIn his opening speech at Elirabqth-tow- n Protection. The princlplo of Protec- tablishing rend from tthe said lowfolnqnrat. Monday Beckham made tho theory of Inly- er l'nrcUlso road to the upper Paia-dlsLorain nnd Notion 1W PT line ntxl "c lowing 1lolncsalty refcrnecc to the well tion amounts to the ing at home. The claptrap r line for itirh mldltiiiniil road. Kilty reference to tho well Obltnntlf", ItcxolntloiiK nod Curd otTlianl" fc lowing proposition that reduced tho Tar- To Hon. .Tohn B. Wilson, Judge ley on the saloon (juration: line money In nrivinii. Iff would lower tho co3t of living Ohio County Court: lrn, lint ott r tur Cburch N'ntta "Ho boasts, too, of his long wnrc-far- e exploded. The Republican tkurcU mlrertlvmrnt. .V T lino. Tho undersigned, W. C. Overton, upon the Tobacco Trust, and yot has been Aoonrinoni, roiumnnlcatloo. will receive no claim Jhnt Tariff reduction would W. II. Maddux, et al, petitioners neither ho nor his most ardent friend ttentlon. business, destroy labor nnd de- herein, would respectfully show that can point to a single net of his that hurt standing county of Ohio and Stato of Kn- moralize manufacturing lins been verl- - each and all of them are citizens. small Hweet guuie saplings has ever brought the slightest sub- ff..1 on the .south bank of Muddy mvlt, tui'lsy. It Is agreed nnd iiiitlpntfot TELSPHOITES. (tllllf ntlil fiintAulivc nim Hlln UU. """-"' 1C3 stantial relief to the tobacco grower, Cia.na."bcrlani and laud owners of Ohio thence S. HO W. l'J2 poles to the be tliat the .Mineral and coal rights t 2v.f-x.aZor to the people, from the wrongs suuuiug iiown, wtuio European gar- County, Ky. excepted In this oonvejatn'o mid H,tp , filming. are being enlarged. Our respectfully ask this Petitioners perpetrated by that trust. HeiuK the same properly oonvi'y.il It Is understood by the party of tin, Incendiary ment workers are walking the strce.s honorable court to cause the follow- to John M. Chlnn by W. J. Berry and second part that the party of iim "inflammatory and FRIDAY, MARCH 20. of our cities, while foreign manuing change to bo mndo In the Itock-po- rt wife on November 2, lt;C, and record- first part does not sell tlio niiti, nil speeches arc tho only remedies ho litis dumping Into this counever given for those evils, and It is facturers arc and Paradise public road, vlz:- ed In deed book 7., page. 51, Ohio Co. or coal right In Deed of conveyaiu . try, at the port of New York alone, Beckham flayed Stanley at BeginnlnK near J. I. Clark's resi- Court Clerk's office. a fact, that tho only weapon tho toConvcydl to John O. Dicker by P.ill Monday. Let the good work $t,000,000 worth a week. Our Iron bacco growers of Kentucky have boon dence In the Kockport and Paradise Levied on as the property of John R. Robertson, Nov. :!0th, ltt07, umli o on. and steel industries are closing. Tlio public able to use successfully In a contest road; thence S. E. over the M. Chlnn. recorded In deed book No. til, iago beet sugar factories are closing evlands of J. I. Clark about 100 yards; S. O. KEOWN, S. 0. C. A president of the united States with that trust, was tho act of hot erywhere. 001, Ohio County Clerk's Office. thence same direction over the Intuit can give away his daughters much General Assembly of l'JOG, legalizing Twenty-fiv- e million pour.ids of meat Levied on as tho property of John tho pooling of their crops, and that of Elvis Williams about 550 yards; more rapidly than a college president. Sheriff's Sale. in free from Australia, Decker. measure was passed with my actlvu have coni on line between the lands thence S. By virtue of an execution Issued Tlic man in iveniuchy who does assistance, and was signed by mo and your soup bone cc'sts you more. of Elvis Williams and J. J. Uussjll S. O. KEOWN, S..O. '. -'oing to get a while I was Governor. Nolthcr had Clothing is not reduced, the home Ohio Circuit Court in fanot like politics is 270 yailds; thence S. E. over from the about big iloso of what he does net like in that trust any political strength in manufacturer has seen his markets the lands of J. J. Russell about 400 vor of II. 11. IJowcn vs. John Decker legislated away from him, and the -. Intiejiext two years. Kentucky, and It was certainly not yards; thence S. 'on lino between the for $7.50 together with $S.40 anil importer takes the margin. Con-grterest nt (5 per cent from the 20th day C. Overton and Layton In casoofin.tcrvcn.tlon In Mexico to be feared by a candidate for The cttlos are filled' with the lands of W. 111 13, or one of my ilepu-Jc- h In the Second district cf the Williams about 100 yards; thence S. of July, would be ncccs-a- r no pantoon brjl'-'chunry and uncinplcy:iJ, New York will on Mo.May, April fi. i'Jtt UuJds ol to cross the Itio Grande river. State. alone having more than ."00.U00. Tho E. on the line between the In Hartford. "But there Is a trust In Kentucky Layton Williams and E. It. Williams at the court house door In most places one can wade It, rant of tho reformer nor the cant of Kentucky between the hours of 10 whose political power extends like a 400 yards to Intersect the LowWo have just received the pall over .the. entire State, ar.il holds tho Inquisitor will not chance the about a. in. and 3 p. m. ofrcr for salo the now confronting the nation. er Paradise public road. following land situated In Ohio coun smallest details politically. He didn't In Its stroux grasp many politicians condition a car of furniture which Also, t' establish a public road Tlio hosts at Washington claim the ty, Kentucky a satisfy the above exe play a "waiting gome" In tlio Demowho dare not provoke Its enmity or present Tariff bill was patterned nft-e- r from point in lower Paradise public cution. we nre able to say is the 5 cratic Hucrtas, Villas, Carranzas, etc., wratli. Its pernicious activity has apthe Walker bills of 181G and IS". road where above proposed change -- revolutionists Ono lot or piece cf land lying In down In Tennessee. He peared In nearly every primary, conmost complete, nicest and Under Its oicratlon President Bu- Intersects saSd road, as follows: tlio Southwrtt corner of u tract of. pokc right out In meeting. vention and legislative, ussmebly licjd Beginning at point of intersection chanan sent ti messaso to Congress, safld Robertson e land bousht by the. most up to dnie line we raised from CO in Kentucky for many years. of said projKscd change with lower State taxeswill-bsaving: "It has sought to dominate the poll-tic- s With unsurpassed plenty In all the Paradise roUJ; thence Southeast with of M. A. .Miller and I. 1. .Miller her oeats on the hundred dollars worth of have had since the estab- husband and M. J. SHiiian June 28, of the State in every particular, property to 53 cents by the passage of productions and all the elements of lino between the lands of iLayton W1I 1S05, and del recorded In Deed book prevent any limlishment of our business $ the. bill providing State aid for roods. and It has fought to wealth, our manufacturers Hams and E. R. Williams about No. 27, jKige 570, said lot bounded as itation upon Its market or any re- natural Seems to us this fund could have our public works aro 400 yards; thence in sanie direction hero Uescrlbcd. .Bi'gbmlng at the corhave suspended, and feel safe in statin tr X been provided without raising taxes, striction upon its business. It has retarded, our private enterprises of over tho lands of E. It. Wllllamt ner of the said Robertson, Southwest (saloons In eveit' to you that we are able if certain needless offices had been sought to establish different kinds are abandoned, and about SO rods; thence Southeast ov- corner of his fory-fl- o acru survey, ibolismjd and rigid economy observ- county, city and hamlet in the Com- thousands of useful laborers are er the lands of W. D. Shull about and runnlnw wltli his North and S. to quote you the lowest monwealth. It has put Its blight uped tiy the legislature. employment and re- 800 yards; thence samo direction ov- lino 90 yards; thence East, thirty-fiv- e on mnrn homes. It has wreckill more thrown out of prices to be had. er the lands of W. D. Shujl and J. yards; thence South 90 pards; thence Wonder who Gov. Beckliam meant ' jiun)an uveSj aIli fined moro un- - duced to want. Wo aro not a prophet nor Hie son H. Miles about 150 yards to the up- West, w'th the line of said Robertson by this paragraph in his speech at timely Kraves, tlian have all other Call and let us show of a prophet, but It Is probable that per Paradise road nrfd intersecting and W. B. WUcox thirty-fiv- e yards Elizabothtown Monday: trusts combined. 1 1 rewards these history will vividly repeat X you our line. Itself In same about oOO yards West of Hope- to the Iwginning corner containing "Other voters are sometimes per- who serve it and punishes tljose who well Church. thq present situation. three thousand one. hundred nud fifty suaded to support a man (because of oppose It. This February 2Sth, 1914. square ymlls. fact that ho. has never had any to the "It never ceases in its efforts W. C. OVERTON, et al. The said lot lying and being in tho positive convictions upon any debata control the Leclslatures. tho courts House and Lot For Sale. Advertised as provided for by Ken JMe fiK Ji9puted public question, who ajj of the thQ cxccutivc olficers Good house with ' all out tucky Statutes, Chapter 110. cautiously, avoids siving expression Jo gtate ut delnaniis that Jt shall haio buildings good well, G lots adT. II. BENTON, Hm opinions upon such questions, un the Senators, and as many as possl County Road Engineer. apparent upon which bio of the Congressmen, from this joining near Mclienry high school til after it Js building. Call on, or addross ritfe there s a majority, and who then State, In the Federal Congress. The 32tf. A. THORPE, McIIcnry, Ky Sheriff's Sale. lottdiy proclaims himself to have al- Steel Trust has never exercised Dx virtue of an execution which ways been on that silde." power in Pennsylvania than has more News of the Sports. issued from the Ohio Circuit Court the Liquor Trust In Kentucky; and In favor of W. S. Likens vs. D. H. THE LEGISLATURE. (Uy ai.) collar of the no man ever wore the SO The Beaver Dam basketball team Allen, C. T. BaiiVl, John M, Chlnn, The Kentucky legislature udjourned Steel Trust more slavishly in that Tuesday night after sixty days of State, r followed Its commands more defeated Greenville In one of the II. C. Shaver and John T. Ilodws for --wrjUJglliig In that $100, credited by J25.47 paid March and It will always bo re- obediently, than Stanley has done fastest sanies ever played more for wliat It failed to for the Liquor Trust in this State. city Saturday night by the score or 15,1913, and $10.40 cost, I or one of membered Ready-to-We- ar 27 to 17. Tho game while fast was my deputies will offer for sale to d than for its accomplishments. "A few of tho many session often clmrscs were Instances of his services to that at times rough and a fighting spirit tho highest bWder at the court house During the hurled backward and forth among tho trust will show that I am not mis- was jdlsplacd by both ieanis through- door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, in out the game. This Is the Becond April C, 1914, between the hours of is members and at one time the House representing him or his record. j of organization was chalengcd by a Dem- Augus 1011. a Democratic State game between these two teams this 10 a. m. and 3 p. in. the following 'jeen Convention was held In Louisville, to season, the first havins been won by described land to satisfy the above ocratic member as having pjj brought alwut by prominent lobbyprepare a platform upon which the Greenville. Several Hartford people dobt, Interest and cost: A tract of Ian In Ohio county, Ky., W ists. None of the charges were ever Democritlo nominees for State of- witnessed the game and were well on the waters of .Muddy Creek, conpursued far enough to striko "pay ficers should ko before the people in pleased with the exhibition. taining by survey 78 acres, utM de of ser- - M o dirt," although several pretenses were the campaign of that year. The chief scribed as follows: made always to stop when it looked Issue 'n that convention was whethWho seared the ground hog? jj! this line. Beginning at a stake near n Byca- - ( o plank should er or not a county-un- it Jlkc some great scandal mlKht be moro sapling; thence S. i E. 10 Unless we are very much bo placed in the platform. The robins were getting so thick from to mistaken s.omo vicious laws have been "The liquor forces mustered their that wo didn't notice them anymore, poles to a stone; corner to Richard S. Taylor; thence with Jiis lino N. 2 enaotcd and same very deserving ones full strength against the plank; and but ach, tills snow! of ma- - ' E. 13 4 poles, one jiole south of u Tho new Insiiraiuo measure among the most active leaders on defeated. finish, ex- 'Is a (doubtful experiment. No tax their side was Mr. Stanley, working C. Burton, star catcher on R. jj hickory; thence with another of Bald j laws were changed, except to provide for them to the full extent of his in- Rllqy's team, is the guctst of W. j. .layiors lines s. s r;. i;si poies io in a stake, nrar a beech tree; thence ( jui increase in the rate for road pur- fluence In Uie front to keep that Mldklff, city. N. C poles to two poplars utai.Ung poses and this may simply mean tlio plank out. queution came When the ask ijij to con- placing of more money in the hands to u vote in the convention on u roll-caW. S. TInsloy and E. M. Woodward on tho South bank of MiAldy Creik; boastfully cast Hio votes of have returntiJ from Louisville where, thcuco down the creek with tlio meof our present bunglesonio road comho Iff altoin mission to be frittered away in sal- Henderson county against tlio county-- it Is reported, they met Chas. P. anders thereof to a stake and two aries for now Jobs. No provision lor unit ask plunk. of Taft and made an offer for the Chi $ our 'mnicnse and fast growlnR state "ills service to the trust was more cago uuus. tho deal raiieu to go debt. Temperance was given a black devoted than his service to the inir-t- y thru but another effort will bo made, eyq In the dut'eat of statewide proor to the State; for intelligent later, it Is said that In case Tlnsley aDiae Dy hibition, by refusing to submit that observers know that, without tliat ami Wonlward should become owners jft question to a vote of the people. Ono plank In tlio platform our Stato tick- of tho Cubs the franchise will bo $ of Hie good things which was accom-pilsbe- et would have had littlo chunce to transferred to Hartford. to our mind was tho defeat succeed hi tho November election. of the woman's suffrage- - amendment. He, of course, defended hs position ,5 Two of the latest to announce their vi' Wo give credit for the iwss'ae pf a upon tho grounll tliat the law" would candidacy for tlio tam this sprln to workmen's compensation law, altho bo unconstitutional. are J. T. Mooro uijj iko Sanderfur. our; f we have not seen tho bill Itself nn!d "That is always the. last argument We don't approve of this because If of cannot say how iffeetlvo It may be. made by a trust advocate In a fight Iko plays it would be imposslblo to consti--tutioThe two amendments to tlio and tho against a reform measure. Tho Court keep Ilcg out of the line-u- p H voted upon and carried last of Appeals had said that tho law was two together would finally break up -chang-.- $ constitutional, A y.ear, are again submitted. No first notwithstanding his the team. assortwere made in tho game and fish opinion. (; iff law. Tlio Governor has declared ho Tho loss of Outfielder .Marks leaves jiriU noj. call an ex,tra session to rema gap that will bo a puzzlo to fill. ready-to-we- ar Owensboro Optical House. k pos- - M edy the failure to provide for increasHo Is undoubtedly one of tho moat Hartford, Ky Nov. 1. I havo used valuable nmatcura In this neck of Is purely a maftor of education with ed revenues. i "lasses mado by R. C. Hardwlck's the woijls. Ho could always bo found both man and beast. There Is a dif- ni muic tuiu i Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my enBILLS KILLED. for tlio ference In opinion of course between putting forth Jiis beat efforts x isu uaviy tire satisfaction. Ills house and ma- good of tho team and his stream of the cannibal and, tho missionary as scctl Prohibition Bill. Webb Stato-wld- e chinery maklnp lenses arc tho for styles. Taxing and Revenue. to tho whole bunch. to what constitutes good food, but talk added jep most complete in the State, nnd he llller Anti-pasis a sllcht chanco of his com there shoukl be employs none but experienced work- There NO QUESTION "JUUllght." ing back If ho doesn't locate in Cu men. C. M. BARNETT. Flna Railroad Commission. ba, aifl hosuld ho do so ho may he In the minds of experienced stock To promote boxliiK. assured of a hearty welcome by local men as to tha value of our Feed ovHouse and Lot For Sale. er the cheap dirty kind. Panama-Pacltl- o Exiosltlon Bill. fans. cottage, Jarffc lot, well Good Placing express companies under Improved, half square, of College. Call McIIcnry may havo a team this Jtailroad Commission. ( on pr address, year and it Is our earnest desire Tho Produce Merchant I a, BIL1.S PASSED. HOOKER WHJJAMS, that they will. It is said that - KENTUCKY 1911 pitcher, may ,bo back HARTFORD,' CiVorliuicu's Compensation DIJJ. Hartford, Ky. 3!tl. the ' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS BilwrllTi dnlrlnff the iiiiprirnt to n new aditirw, mant h'v tlio old nddnwi In muklnir h , i! vote-catchi- rr ' l Famo' . t.. 1 """"'ralilciits ine-torl- cs Eliza-bttlito- f' -- ss 1 a Furniture! rsct President-Wilson-don't-fo- t J i Likens & Acton al I Spring Coats and Suits I Department. Dame Fashion in Coats and Suits are on display now, readv for vour insoection. We are the very best in a position to be vice to you along Our prices Spring Newness Pervades Our The latest conceits iwcll-kno- i I 3-- j l', 1 The Feed Question u nave ana we win giaaiy judgment. i range $10.00 $25.00 each. For style, workmanship, quality terial and they cannot be celled by any dealer the country. However, we do not you sider our judgment the matter gether, but we do a little your time that we may show you what we j your d, I n, call your attention to Spring Ginghams f$ If immense variety, that are on our shelves now. Those who come see the biggest ment and have a new Spring Dress at the earliest cents per inuuicm, ai j better fjreuu. nor better iiuvti we want iiuw viiiiuvttvii g j s. E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. W. E. ELLIS 9 Ho'-uold- mffitmmtmmmfim OUR NEW i GOODS! I m IB III am Now Drcsrt Gootls, now Trimmings CL'UCIU filflrMTICQ !uCf CIl uLIUll ! ICO of all kinds at Carson k Co's. I V. S. Carson Is agent for tho faARE REPRESENTED mous American WIro Fencing. bon't fnll to buy your Seed Oats and No. 1 Timothy Hay from Ilcr& Meeting of Consolidated Tobacco y Black at tho ear and to- .morrow. Growers Owcns- or . M;0mm&m tftW rj-fc- fr;jMmm& ,, flfi&.'- - at We are now receiv- daily our jj u m m m m ing almost " S H fM rHni fiTTi ii New Spring Goods and 5 Don't fall to attend tho SPECIAL SALE of Hay ntM Oats from the car and at tho depot in Hartford tomorrow. I Mrs. Dorcas Gray has reslgncM her o position with tho Cumberland Co., and Miss Ilcs-ilMorton sir cm Is her. to-dTele-phon- boro. A i at campaign will bo Innugurat'M once by tho Consolidated Tobacco association, of tho If you will subscribe to Tho Re- in the course of a few days more, we will be able to show you the best selection of Spring Fabrics that the market afords. Much of publican for ono 3rar wo will send you four monthly magazines for only j 25 cents extra. Wo aro niw prepared to supply your wants In new Suits, now Shoes and Oxfords for the entire family. R. L. Dover i l &Co. are our ling a grncral Call them and got prices over tho 33t2 Fanners' 'phone. Tho blgvesj. bargain wo have over offered our subscribers Is The Republican and four magazines, nil ono year, for only $1.25. If your subscription to The Republican Is Uue, better pay up now and get four big magazines, all ono year, for only 25 cents extra. .Mrs. Olfle Harnett will leave this morning for an extended visit to her sister, Mrs. J. R. Travis, In Stcuben-vlllc, CARSON "still handline of Fteil Stuff. & CO. f 4 p M.U McCall Patterns Waist P,r nts New Dress Goods in Wool- ens are now in. These include the newest weaves and shades for spring wear. We keep on hands constantly Mc- - Ohio. ' V- - X When In town don't fall to call DAME FASHION. THE WORKMANSHIP IN OUR and com- Call at ho W. A. WUkerson Restaurant READY-TO-WEA- R GARMENTS IS FAULTLESS AND) (Rosenblatts old stand) next door to 5765, to Detent salesladies Bank of Hartford. Meals served at THE MATERIALS HARMONIOUS AND RIGHT IN all hours. give you suggestions in regard to your wearIlcr & Black will sell at the car UOGUE. y and tomorrow, March 20th ing apparel. WHEN YOU SEE OUR READY-TO-WEA- R GARand 21st, No. 1 Timothy Hay, $1.20 per 100, and White Seed Oats, $2.80 don't forget When in need of the MENTS YOU WILL BUY THEM. sack. Be sure to come. for It Is tho intention of Mr. J. C us, and REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE Riley to soon Install steam heat In tho Commercial Hotel. Other imWITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. provements orj Included in the plan, which If carried out will add greatly to that building. Good Magazines should be regular visitors to every home. Her & Barnott are the exclusive agents In Hartford and vicinity and will take Sreat INCORPORATE). pleasure in 'handling your order. InWrlto for catalogue and other formation. Mr. W. A. WUkerson Is again In the restaurant business. Ho is In the pld Rosenblatt stand next door to the SAIA'ET, Ihe great stock remedy. Bank of Hartford. He Is an exper3Ctf ienced man and can servo the public Sw V" S.Carsontjit4artJrd. .. a, in a satisfactory manner. .Give him Notice. Mr. W. S. Tlnslcy ,was In LouisFRIDAY, aiARCH 2. y a call The time for final entrance into week. ville the first .of the Mr. J. A. C. Park has purchased a the Boys Corn and Pumpkin Club For Service) cleanliness and satis- farm from Mr. C. I. Maxey three and Girls' Tomato Club Is hereby exM. H. fc E. Eailroad Time Table faction, visit City Itcstaurant. miles from town on thc Hartford and tended until the first day of April, at Hartford, Ky. at which tlmo It will absolutely ; WIro Fence best on Beaver Dam pike. Consideration American Mr. Maxey has moved to town, close and no one else bo permitted L. & N. time card effective Monday earth. For sale iby U. S. Carson. Aug. 2iat. occupying tho Collins property on to enter for this year. Each boy Dross Goods for everybody at 5c Mulberry street, and girl will be expected to furnish No. 112 North Wound due 7:19 a. m. tq $2.00 per .yard, at Carson Co's. dally except Sunday. "Wheat Drills, singleanrl double row Corn Plafrtejr?, Mr. R. C Sutphln, who ran a Jew- his own seed, plants, groutiH, etc. Mr. R. IS. .Murtln has reiurneu irum elry shop here some years ago, Is By April first every contestant shall No. 114 North Dound due 2:20 p. m. Disc Harrows, Stag Sulky Plows, Cultivators, Shovels : t regudally except Sunday. a trip to Louisville and Frankfort. employed In installing the new switch have a copy of the rules and and Discs, Mowers and Hay Rakes. We have No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. Telephone lations governing the contest and a Mr. E. P. Barnett. North Hurtford, board for tho Cumberland dally except Sunday. Tuesday, .while In town. Company. Mr. Sutphln is an exiiert list of the premiums, together with kinds of Walking Plows. We feel that these was a crller No. 113 South Hound duo 1:16 p. m. In this, line. He Is renewing many old all tho Instructions necessary for need no further comment, as everybody "There's a Photoraplicr in Hart- acquaintances while here. planting, cultivating, etc. dally except Sunday. 1 ford. Uelow the bridge SCHltOETEIt hope to see many of the boys these people for a half ceiitury, and a'so know that - f H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. By special arrangement wo are enIn this Mr. Alvln Ilowe, cashier of Farm abled to offer the Woman!.' World, and girls over the county they are the starters and leaders in the limplemenr ; j ers' Uank, Contertown, was here Tues Homo Life, Green's Fruit Grower contest and I feel sure 1 will have business. The name of a John Deere some agreeable surprises for them. ' day. and Farm Life, four splendid monthTho following havo enrolled. - ly magazines, means the best material that can be had on the market together . with one ( Mr. Fred May lias accepted a jslDante W. Bennett, Hartfond R.3; tloti with U. S. Corson, the grocery-mayears subscription to Tho Republicfor their tools and the best mechanics that can be had '. R. 1; an, for $1.25. This holds good for Clifton Richardson, Hartford 1; Elto construct same. Also a car of buggies, the best and , subscriptions, ori Escar Richardson. Hartford R. either renewals, old Mr. John W. Tclor, bert 'Austin, Prentiss; Richard Ford, in the Has located at Hartford most styles and every buggy is built for was tho guest of his parents, Dr. uul to now subscribers. You cannot af- Hartfou.l; Itaymond Ralnos, Beaver tf. i Mra. Progressive Tailoring Parlor Joe Taylor thq first of the ford to miss this bargain. Wo have a nice line of harness to select fronu service. Dam R. 1; W. R. Corson, Jr., Hartweek. Th,o Republican Is in receipt of ford R. :i; Archlo Brown, Rockport; Business. " If you are in the market for any of tho above goods,. ! Alfalfa Feed, Uraiand Eureka a lottor from Prof. A. E.tiElUs, Wash Kenneth Maddox, Hartford R. A, Eth-If you want your clothes to - ington, D. C, In which he requests you will save money to call on us and let us show you Flour for sale at Ilcr & Uluck's tlroStevens, Beaver Dam; Carroll Stefit perfectly neat and wear us to extend thanks to his friends In vens, Beaver Dam; Roosevelt Child-er- s, cery store. and get our 1914 prices which will cause the goods T. Ohio county for all the acts of kindwell, call on him at Likens & Rockport; Rlgdorf ChllUnqs, Rock-por- t; Wo just love to servo you. to move. ness to him an!d expressing regret LIgo WUkerson, Heaver Dam Acton's store and see the City Restaurant, was compelled to lcavo so R. 1; Beckham WUkerson, Beaver that ho James Lons, Proprietor. Spring Samples'and Patterns. early and was thereby denied an op- Dam It. 1; Albert J3. Ohlnn, Beaver Her & HlackwJH moot you at the portunity to say good bye. Your order filled in five or Dam; Cb'do Taylor, Prentiss; Arthur aiul tomorrow to sell you car Tho sorlesof iueetlngsconductoVl T. Her, Rockport; Luther Graves, . ten days, guaranteed satisfacOats and Ha)-at tho court house closed lalst Sun- Rockport, Valgcan Wldsor, Hartford BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. tory work and prices right. Fresh barrofJumbo pickles and day night. Thero wepe about 15 con- It. 2. You are welcome to a look. Sauer Kraut, Just opened at Moore's versions and ,12 additions 'to the TO.MATO. Meat Market. Rev, LyonsapibUated our church. Coir e and see! Jane Carson, Hartford R. 3; Edith Misses Gorln Flener and Maurlno pcoplo and dUd much gooiKthrpugh hi Lou Clilnii, Beaver Dam; Bulali Balzo Btuif so high, as Jio did not boo how land. John (doesn't show tfio uexuv f Martin spent Saturday and Sunday able and spiritual sermons. Tho mus Reynolds; Ada WUkerson, Beaver anything so big could cllinh out, no any manner, except you can't fegfc ic was led by Mr. W. J. Bean and the Dam R. 1; Reo Iglchnrt, Equality; in Beaver Dam. him near tho water.. Some, thiut te how. Mut was laboring with a Blount's Steel and OJlver Chllldd choir, cpniposod entirely of home ireno Ford, Hartford; EdUlth Austin, which contained 200 or 300 pen- will havo water carried from tfjea-- cr ? Plows and repairs can bo had at Li- talent, did faithful and satisfactory Prentiss, Rosa Austin, Prentiss; nies at tho time, and dlU look ratiicr to fish in this aiming, iMoorc UfK ,35t2 service. Much good was accomplished Glenn Wldger, Hartford R. 2; Gussle fierce. kens & Acton's. that ho is going to loin t)io E. 1. - Bennett, mcetHartford It. a. I,., and do nothing hut ftsli iocs Cb Misses Dora L.'Bcll, of Owcnsboro, for tho town. We understand a Wig Is to begin at tho Baptist church JNO. B. WIISON, noxt C mouths. Wo wolcomt joa C ami Eunice BaltVl, of Glennvlllo, are Who said HvInB was going to get County Judge. Now Hats and Neckwear at Carour ranks, John, visiting Mr. and Mrs.J.Jl. Williams. next Sunday conducted by the pastor. haVQ throo good cheaper? Why wo Rev. Pottle. son & Co's. Mr. W. T. Woodward, who is doing butcher shops in this town and it Man About Town. Among tho civic improvements sugDrug carpentry work In Louisville, Is at "Wall paicr tit Ohio. County mighty funnfc-- to us, to &so actually takes 15 cents worth of it is A Texas Wonder. Jt home for a few days visit with his gested for Hartford Is tho piking of Comiiaiwy's. old fash steak to even inako a small skillet the street from the railroad to the a follow carrying homo Owens-stoor- o family. pcars to The Texas Wonder cures kldiK'ya Mrs. Hollo Cooper was In . cemetery, and, also ibulUiug macad ioned maplo sugar, moulded in tea stink llko beef, arid then it us llko oilr steak always comes from bladder troubles, dissolves gntwC Wo aro"now 'prepared to Mipply recently. amized driveways through the ceme- cups anld saucers, at a quarter per on your wants iu now Suits, new Shoes tery. Tho cemetery fund now amounts light pound, when, If ho only know i whore itho icow wears .the hell collar cures dltbctcs, weak tnd lame tuW. For Blounfi Sulky Plows, call ' at that. 32t2 and Oxfords for tho ontiro family, rheumatism, and all IrreguUrltlft aC to $S00 and wo unedrstand itliat tho ho could got tho very samo stuff, Likens & Acton. CARSON & CO. tho kidneys and bladder in botli smu however, ait 5 cents per city council is favorable to a propo-sltol- n ot MJnco Meat In bulk, first class You can-gfour splendid magaor this kind, provided the cit- what ho gave tho quarter for, from Our old frieiild, Jolin Moore, return and women. Regulates bladder tpuv.-bl-cs Moore's Meat Markot. zines ono year for 25 cents c.tra 1y izens will give a llttlo assistance In the very samo groeeryman, perhaps. In children .If not sold b.v ed from his vacatlwi in Iho South." to The tho way of dqnatlons. This should bo 1914 styles"" Wall Paper at Ohio renewing your subscription thq other day, looking 'very much hot druggist, will send by mall on reM Republican. A friend of ours from out of town ter,1 orcept, jio-l- s County Drufc- - Company's. not.' altogether over ceipt of $1.00. Ono small botli; to done by all means. Sometimes it Is The WllkcKou Restaurant Is now almost Impossible for conveyances to passed by the Bank of Hartford a tho scare Jio rocolvtHf 'whilo out with two months' treatment, and xttkkmn Spring CoaT SuHa"fort Ladle and ly I'urnUliwl throughout and tho bust reach Oakwood through that part of fow days since and on seolnir our old a party fighlnK down Iu Florida. As falls to perfect) a eure. Send lor6is-timoutn- U 'Wlseiu at Carson & Co's. from tills and other Attonwy"E. M. Woodward vas in to be bad in tho markot to cat is at tho street which Is not Improved, friend Mut Hunter within tho wire wo aro all aware by jiovvs reiwrts, your command day or night, at reas- and when tho Krpund Is soft the railing, wthln salU bank, inquired of their boat came uoar sinking In i'J Ur. B. W. HaU, 2t2C Olive Street. Lculsvlllo pn legal business Mo. Sold by drugSUs. MiS: us as to the usq in having the. wire feet pX water, some If miles froen Jrhcwujs aro almost Impassable. onable prices. r patterns SS... to-da- latest, " l Hartford Republican.) looking to a In this district. This ncton was taken at a district metitrig, held at the city hall on WUlncsdny afternoon. Delegates wero In attendance from Gr.ion, Hancock and Breckenrldgo counties, In addition, to thoso from Davlesi, McLean, Ohio ami Muhlcn-ber- tf counties. Brtwllcy Wilson, organiser of the Consoldlated, presided at tho meeting. Tho delegates reviewed the conditions In tho district, atiU Epoko encouragingly of tho futuro prospects A resolution of the organization. was unanimously adopted, llmltlnc tho acreage to 10,000 hills to the hand and 5,000 hills to the half Hand. The other tobacco organizations In tho district were requested to take similar action. A resolution was adopted calling on tho organization to dispense with thp services of R. M. Thompson and E. B. MeEiien, who have assisted In collecting tho ono per cent from the Consolidated growers who deliver to tlio loose leaf house, and In tho futuro that this work will be left to Sales Manager Hobson and Secretary Tompkins. In case of an unusual rush thoy will be permitted to call In assistants. A report was read to .tho effect that 1,500,000 pounds of Consoll-dattobacco had been sold at the loose, leaf floor of iho Owensboro Warehouse, company, In West Ninth street, at an average of $7.79. This to was consdered by tho delegates bo a splendid average. The average for Consolidate tobacco at tho Lancaster loose leaf floor wlU he announced as soon as It Is prepared. At tho meotlnKs to bo conducted by Bradley Wilson In an effort to get the growers to reduce the acreage, thero will be no pooling pledges cJrculatelJ, and tho meetings will be open to tho public. it was announced ithat iwlthln the nc.it thirty days a rally meetlne will he held in Owcnsboro, and members on tho organlzaton from all over the dlstrcit fill be 'invited to be present. Owensboro Messenger. Growers' rcdutlcn acnogo mimmh, KaZK w ft t "mmm (T , 'mJimmmr A. Wmm READY . HFiMKfi zrn. T Aff . fi BS V'-s&X- r Ki M'tMii s tt mvmAw i M- OF?..- rK Nf-- i d& XW OUR . m SUITS AND COATS ARE HERE THAT'S ALL WE WANT YOU TO LOOK." NEW SPRING SUIT AND WRAPS FROM DO-"J(7- Sr WHEN YOU DO. YOU WILL BUY YOUffi US. OUR MODELS ARE THE LATEST DECREES OF CARSON & CO, Hartford, Kentucky. A CAR LOAD OF JOHN DEERE - Farming Implements! all gpslr; hasknowA . implerdealJ L. C. Acton n. LclU-hflold- up-to-da- te I 5 al y I WILLIAMS & MILLER, da-Io- ;rL. C. ACTONJ Hartford, Ky. I. tjt uls, -- etjt. "' r1tt. W-,r- n To look for perfection in our own Oliio County Vandcrbiit The death of doors actions. Jt Wat a Big One, Though, and Held .from nppendlrltls excites melancho; To worry ourselves anil others , All IU Numerous Members. V. ly and sympathetic Interest In tjio nirMicad, Circuit Court-- T. about what can not bo remedied. - frfo as IB H AT A T&Tv r The fifty courthouse of Henry 'south. Judge; Uen 1). IMngo, Attornttf; W. help everybody, wherever, n fnimo structure, (1. Ilarrass, Not to county. III., wns 1'JL B' s i a ra W.z r. MIdklff. Jailer; K. Mr. Vandcrbiit wns tho first Now -Attorney Law wq can. Clerk; K. K. Dlrkhcad, Master Com- eight feet by fourteen, cot In tin ?. Yorker ofer tho war who appreciat- however and whenever midst of nn uninhabited prairie. Hut ImpossIM To consider anything I mountains "f HAUTFOUD, KY. Jury Fund; S. O. Keowh,- Sheriff, us little villages began in prlnjr up In ed tho beauties of tho that wc can not ourselves perform. Deputies---S- . A. Ilratcher; Hartford. tho county n lively contention for tin Virginia North Carolina nnd TenWill praotlco his profession lu Uil our finite To bcllcvo only what S. O. Keown ntid olfico deputies-M- rs. honor of being tin1 comity sent begin:. nessee. lllimcro K eon n. Court convenes flrfjl and adjoining counties. Commercial Cambridge llimlly won. for It wan The Itch for accumulation was not minds can grasp. Monday in February and continues and Criminal Practice a Spufl.ilty. Not to niaKo allowance for tho HOTEL IDEALS Eenrest tlie center of the county. In his blotlJ and he was content with 'three weeks; third .Monday In April, OFAMERICAN I This wns In the foitles of tlio liit the handsome fortune loft hlin by weaknesses of others. 'two weeks; third Monda In UJtober, .. -- i tpi.- To cstininto by some outside finaliHM inr ..i ccuiur.v. i iju .(... mui'i ijilafathor. T - two weeks. Court John 1). Wilson, ; .y in h .i... wncre kooq r.oieu IYIIM III Ilillltl Illl.l County II1IIU1 llll' i.ii When nutto a young man he wont ity, when it Is that within whi'h V. C. lllaiikonsblp, Judge; Clerk; si. tta iimltf.. 4.1 .iiit.t, f .llli Hill fmlt't 'l Ashvlllc and began, to purchase makes tho man. San Francisco Cor. C. li. 'Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Law nnllnlilr. The tllflkultles to anything - Is Philadelphia Ledger. I ; countrymen. Court convenes first Moiulacy in each but pioneer courage mid resourceful- - land. Hc ,1,ado Blltniore, niKt ItHARTFORD, KY. month. jiess would have wonted Insuperable 'oiio of the show places of the Unlt-'fb- e -j Your Liver Lacks Grlgsby's tluartrr!y Court IIckIiis on tho .Miiasrs. W. II. village consisted of eight or ten ed States. Uarns and C. K. first Monuay In ovcrj mouth s?Ziz?fc& l yr, Vnlulerbilt was a fine foivo In Lav. Try a bottle today. Satisfac little dwellings, a tiny general store, a . Court of Calms Convenes first imln ntinounoe Limit thoj liavo fonn- guaranteed. Ask J. 11. WlllIai"S, , blacksmith shop and a carpenter shop, the mountains ci Wostern North Car-Tii- e tion Tuesdny In January anil Ilnst Tuos ,i iiartiiiTshlj) for tlio pnie-- . lDl'y Hartford, Ky. new courthouse was uiillnMioil. oHn uny lu October. !o won tuo re(,,)CCt of lh0 Uce of law, excopt cnlmiual and dlvor tor- . ,. . ., but would be used, ns the so&loii , Other County Officers- - C. S. y Klckapoo Worm Killer E.xpois innately fell In tho summer. Surveyor, roiMsvllle, Kj., It. oastv, Mr. Stnltli bning County Attw-iiIzens of the low country. Is jtrowivtod from pr.onuiciug such l.itil limit fw.wte Vn flii. Worms. F. I). No. -- ; Tom nines, Atwossor, roftilvn'lmw tin, rmir- t- ' . The fashionable places of..the . world The cause of your child's Ills The Olaton, Ky.; O.na SWilts, Suporln-teiKU'ii- t. ccas:. Jlr. Uoriuvj will Individually Tde roIiatan u icfineil, w - - tn ... r chisnc, and restful. Is excelHartford, Dr. A. U. Kiloy, accejkt such pnictloo. cfllcials. litigants and witnesse- s- dj.l not see mucii or .Mr. nnuerom, ifolK ,.,tlt,( 0ff0nslva breath The Offlcm in on Ptnnfylvania lent location Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Uonton, Hartford Republlam g01' 'starting up with terror and grinding Avenue, 18th anjsll Slrcetf, fhould.be lodged and fed. There was but ho was active in many building, HartHoad Knglnccr, Hartford. l Iiculquar-ter- s a tlesirat.tr nltnost nothing that could be bought. things. He contrlbu'cd to tho eatali - . ,..,, ,..,, nainollTi, biiiv I makesforit Lridal. couple, touiitt ford, K- JUSTICES' COUITS. mm ngnnicnt ot circuiaiing uoraries ami complexion parties, conventions, Schools and eiceia MiKiu. iiiuiuei. ie. Tho dark circles under (.olleccs. , Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftfiour. Hut they had an nbundant sup- - ll0 was a 1)mron of fine atta. The Powliatan attracts the er Sd .Monday in .March, Tuesday aftply of yellow legged chickens home ,, UMd h,g foptullo tor ir.veioi,u.i tho "yes Are all indications of reoplc of culture and education. er ud .Monday lu June, Tuesday aftwonns. Klckapoo Worm Killer is cured ham, milk. egg. butter and Its proximity to State, War and beauty of nature and for er oil .Monday In September, TuesJnY Departments, also to many cream, as well as '. VJiat your child needs; it expels the their vegetable gar-- I the natural Law day after ild Aloiulav In December. points of historical interest, dens to draw on. There was no fresh encouragement cf literature and art. wonns, the cause of the child's unmakes this hotel especially atL. A. .McDanlel, Itockport, Friday HARTFORD, KY. - Money spent In this way has n tractive to a discriminating pubfruit, bnt they brought out their chcrhealthy condition. For the removal after Sd .Monda) , In .March, Friday lic. stores of wild plum marmalade reaching effect in taking the dross of scat, stomach and pin worms, 3d .MoivJay in June, Friday ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HBAVRIN .after The Powhatan offers rooms nnd wild crabapple preserves. Doth out of our chillzatlon. with detached bad at SI. 50. after ud Monday In September, Klckapoo Worm Killer gives sure reThis offll'O Is equipped for hand$2.00 and up. Koor-- s with priFriday after Sd .Monday lu De- were made with molasses, and after vate bath, $2.50. 3.00 and up. lief. Its laxative effect adds tone to ling Commercial and Collection cenilvr. they had sufficient time to season were 'Stubborn, Annoying Coughs 'write for booklet wjth map, the general system. Supplied as a S. S'. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday Items as well as other legal and litireally delicious. Resides, the hillsides Cured, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. It. after 3d Monday lu .March,, gated matters. Pmctlco In all the were pink with the beautiful wlldwond Manager. "iiy husband had a cough for fif- candy confection children like Uuy after Sd .Monday In June, courts. Prompt and vigorous service. Borrcl, the leaves of which make deSafe and sure relief. Guaranteed. teen years and my son for eight Wcttacsdiiy after Sd Moifday in Seplicious pics in skillful hands. Price 23c. All Druggists years. Dr. King's New Discovery com- a box tember, Wednesday after Sd .Mon- M. L. Ileavrln'a Office. iffliiiijLUiiiji'JOiL'-'irThe village boasted one group of or lly mail. day lu December. 1 am forest trees, a small grove of sugar pletely cured them, for which H. C. TIcliL'nor, Klckapoo Indian Med. Co. PhiladelCentcrtown, maples, half a mile away, and In their most thankful," writes Mrs. David after Sd .MoiJIay In .March, phia or St. Louis. m , Mr. Atwater built n long table , Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. What Dr. shade Saturday after Sd .Monday In June. iWEMBKESSIKaSSlI Attornoy at Law with sawhorsos and board. With the Khm"s .ev Discovery um ior mese (Saturday nfter Sd .Monday In Sep- combined stock of table linen, crockery men, It will do for you. Dr. King's tcniucr, Saturday nfter Sd .Monda) CROMWELL, - KY. HAVE YOUR SUITS In December. and cutlery possessed by the house- New Discovery should be in every WInson Smith, Select, Tpesday Will practice his profession in this the table was laid with suffwives Stops backing coughs, reafter I'd .Monday In .March, Tuesday and adjoining counties. Collections, icient elegance, according to pioneer home. after I'd Monday In May, Tuesday Commercial nnd Criminal Prnctico n standards. It was felt that the court lieves la grippe and all throat nnd after Sd Monday In August, Tues-Idft- i' Specialty. Money back If It would be properly feasted, but how luns ailments. Prompt nnd vigorous after I'd Monday In November. x about lodging? That was tho real dif- falls. All druggists. I'rlco 00c and service. W. S. Dean, Dundee, and Dyeficulty. The tiny houses and their $1.00. after the second Monday lu beds were full to overflowing with H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia March, Wednesday after ill Monday ing In May, Wednesday after Sd Monday their proper inmntcs. m or. St. Louis. Ladies given In August, Wednesday after 2d .MonBut there wns the loft of tho day in November. shop. The store had n wholo I Den F. Itlce. Fondsvllle. Tuesday bolt St unbleached muslin. It was FOR FLETCHER'S after 2d Monday In March, ThursiuUh..M Cleaned torn Into lengths equal to the length day after 2d lloiulnv In Slav. Thnrs- To do any kind of Veterina "WW of the loft ami spwed together by a..;..- - iiiii !.. fday after SA Monday In August, U'.'.'.V.t'.miVnZ!'! ry work. Horses, mules and band, of course. ,;...::""'iii..7,j Thursday im;..,.i,i... Notice. Work called cows need not die for want of and vember. after 2d Monday In No !!!!!! taJCfcen the loft floor was covered deep IA ini.;: :::"ffyb jilCe clean shavings, the immense Ohio County Court: Den W. Taylor. Ralph. Friday aft Calls answered attention. er 2d Monday In .March. Friday after bect laid over them and tacked to the day or night. Application for opening new road .Monday In May, Friday after Sd '2d Club On this walls all the way round. $1.00 i and Rock-po- rt Monday In August, Friday artcr 2d Brobdlngnaginn bed the court lay in beginning on the Hartford D. J. K. 'Maddox Monday In November. roakl between two rows. From the extra supply reVeterinary Surgeon HARTFORD POLICE COURT. quired for winter enough quilts were and Thomas Render farms, running O. C. Martin, Judgo; .McDowell A. Ky. along the Hartford Pressing Clifb. mustered to cover the sleepers. As for in a Easternly direction Fogle, Clty Attorney; J. P. Stevens. pillows no ono gare a thought to thoe line, and In an ojd road bed between Marshal; Court convenes sccorfcl Mon. GUNTHEK BLDU.jCKNTKH ST. effeminate luxuries. The lawyers Otha Ashby farm on ono side farms !i::r.;-.i"'- Mitf day In each month. might lay their heads on their saddle- belonging to the D. J. K. MaUdox City Council J. C. Her. Major; R. !3 HARTFORD, KY. bags or their rolled up coats and be farm T. Collins, Clork; J. K. Uoan, Treasand L. J. and J. E. Render en ::??! :i:S urer. Members of Council J. C. IMi-net- t, thankful. .throueh the Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Iate, Thus. was the circuit court sumptu- the other side; thence B. Render; J. I). Ralph, A. C. Yclser. W. ll. itUi ously fed and sufficiently lodged, farm of J. L. and J. Gillespie. The Na'tidnal Weekly thanks to the ingenious women of thence along the line, and one-lia- lf School Trustees J. D. Duke. Clialr-maHenry county. Youth's Companion. on each of the following farms:lH. It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. LIV-VER-LL. Ashby and C. M. Brown, Q. B. J. W. Taylor, and V. E. EHIs. Might ai Well Have Seen Him. Brown on the one side and L. J. and RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Awakening with a bad headache the J. E. Render, L. D. Fulkerson. A. Until this year M. E. Church, South Services morning after a banquet, a suburban E. Chapman on the other to the inCellitr'i has been morning and evening eveny first and told at $5.50. Now dentist mused, not unpleasantly, on tersection of third Sunday in each mouth. Sunthe Broadway road at the price is $2.50 day school S):45 a. in. Prayer meetbis last evening's spree. But suddenly Southard and andwciiaeecurcd ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. bis wife appeared and, advancing to tb5 corner of the J. L. a concession w hereB. V. Napior, pastor. Q. B. Brown farms, which latter point bedside, shouted hysterically: bis by we can offer it Uaptist Church Services morning Is to be the end of said road. Road 'Tou wretch! What will the neighat a still further an'l evening ovcry second nnd fourth wide its entire length. reduction in conbors say at your coming borne drunk to be 30ft. Sunday in each month. Sunday school nection with this L. J. Render and st night?" Petitioners: 0:43 a. in. Prayer meeting every Wedpublication. , "But, my dear, nobody saw me." the others. nesday evening. Row A. S. Fettle, Feel rlprht nil tho time. Don't lay oil pastor. dentist protested. Advertised, as provided by KenSpecial Offer to Our Readers from work for days by taking calomel Christian Church Services every "Nobody saw you: What if nobody tucky Statutes, Chapter 110. keeps you .third and fourth Suiida) at 11 a. in. when pleasant Liu- - Ver-La- x Kc.ocmini: the Brrac dc'niaml for Collitr'i at see you? You know well enough did BAKING POWDER the new incc, wc luc tnaile srraiiEcincnta to on your feet, while relievingyour troub- ml I i p. in. Sunday school 'J: SO a. m. T. H. BENTON. they all beard 'the way I carried on i (Tcr it ami mir own publication cacli one je ar le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Elder Gwlnn, pastor. County Road Engineer. (or the ince of CoViVr'aalone. 'Ilu i a limited when you got bad;." New York Tribtake anything else. You can't afford cfTer an J muit be taken adiantaccol promptly. SECRET SOCIETIES. Is une. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysDid you know that Calomel Hartford Lodge No. C75. F. tem and relieves constipation. A nat- M. nieottf every first .Monday and A. Wliat You Get jn Collier's Mercury, and that Its niercurious efwork. Simural remedy, natural in its actions, sure In each month. V, S. Stevens,night .'' A Lesson In Curling. W. , Coltirr'i It the one hie, fects will ruin the system, while fearless in its effect and certain in results. It M.; Ownii Hunter, Secretary. Inexperienced Member (to venerable Griffsby's vec!l ot the whole countri. Not only it it the ply follow j'oitr cusIs purely veg- will won't be long before Liv- - Ver-La- x k'ni'1 eituiu'a handbook hut it it aHo a Hartford Chapter No. SI O. Ev S. a patlid, Mr. Macpher- ,tklpl What's completely displace calomel in everj meets every tomary method of premidline for the uhole famil. Among the etable, and can be used with per- Hutu; that a jcar'a aubtcripticn cites arct ton? Skin Due ye no see, ye go home. Children can take it freely nnA day evenings,second and fourth Monsafety?; Ask J. II. Williams, paration add a little Mrs. J. II. Williams, Ye ding yer stane cannlly. but uae so j,ecl with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar- W. M.; 1030 EditnrUli 11. lD2y Williams, W. Ky. Jas. COO Newt Photos less of' Calumet than anteed. COc and $1 in bottles. Nona fine as tao hog It. Xao hainin tleg. nor Hartford, 250 Short Articles genuine without tho likeness and Hijna-tur-e Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. jlnklu' turn, yo ken. but tentily. that it when usinr ordinary 150 Short Stories Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights New York Sun has complied Tho of Ig K. Grigsby. For sale by 100 lUuitratcd rtalurrs aye gangs suoovin' an' shouthrin' or Pythias moots every Tuesday evenbaking powder. a llbt by trades and occupation) of tho 2 Complete NoeeU - Hartford, Ky. ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. J. II. WILLIAMS, 11 ma n g the gualrds. till btraucht as an C; W. It. men in greater New YorP, result. Collier's liogyo fa' on this verra unemployed HedrlcU, K. or R. & S. $2.50) "J6' cider's walk, February 2. there were 331 , Hartford Tent No. 90, K. O. T. M. tee. When ye'ze dune that, laddie. Isul Lightjflufl'y, and eventpZaOtl Hartford Republican Or.O. fully 100,000 wo- every first and third Thursday Thoro are also moots ye'ze made patlid. tin' yo may bear th' snuMva ly raised the baking nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; nimi nut nl ill ll r 111 i ll t in ilmt fcltv. grec. Toronto Globe. E. P. Moore, Recoild Keeper. comes from the oven according to the statomcut of tho Acmo Lodgo No. 330 1. O. O. F. moretemptingjtastier, Even Worse. women at tho head of tho w omen moots every second and fourth Fri"Why do they hate each other so?" havo The bread lines served day nights in each month. C. M. Harmore wholesome. "They are rivals." nett, Noble Grand; W. R. lledrlcl:, to start at one o'clock in tho mornCalumet insures the Secretary. "Ob, both trying to marry the same ing in order to supply tho hungry by Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. plrl, eh? That sort of thing certainly noon. Oh, tho days of Cleveland liavo baking of an expert. Ask Succeed when everything else falls. mcuts every second and fourth your grocer toIavi does arouse a man's primal passions." returned, ., In nervous prostration and female Coxe army is about and tjie nights in each month. Tom TT wrrwotiM "In tblsca&e It is worse than that weaknesses they are the supreme Williams, Council Commander; W. C. Received They are both trying to marry the "to arrive." Ab they voted so are remedy, as thousands have testified. McCALL PATTERNS Wallace, Clerlf. they reaping as well us some others. Highest .. .. name fortune." Houston Post. fVllir3til f..- - .1.1. H.r... . . FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAMD Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., Puebblo (Col) Opinion. L ,tUMl $r n"r'y (, J"rs. Sold In ilearl Awards . meets every first and third 1 A.ivf. STOMACH TROUBLE i V "rr,c"y'"'1' by town In the United Stats. tkar5 nights In cacli mouth. Mrs. or Dcrrett'a Pun. mail direct. More tol.l it is the best medicine ever sold Grlgsby's that deWorld's Pare any other make. Send for tree catalocue. Griffin, l.ady Commander; .Mrs. II. over a druggist's counter. Lawrence Barrett, though stern nnd licious lUer syrup, has displaced Food Expoii- McCALL'S MAGAZINE E. Misclike, Lady Record Keeper. dignified, could uuhcml a little occation, Chicago, More subaeriber. than any other UMon calomel In nearly ovcry home. Good Kestono Chapter No. 110, R. A. l magazlne-mlUl- on Illicoii. a month. Intaluable. I.aU sionally. Once a popular low comedian and children alike. Ask for grown-up- s M., meets every thliU Saturday night 6 i"irityle"! Iul,,"n "'""alli.K. millinery. proposed a combination with htm, tenlng, fancy needlework, hairdrestini;: Paris Expoii. in each month. John T. Mooro High lD2y 11. Williams, llartrord, Ky. J. ft etMluette, pood etorles, etc. Only W cents at wblch be declined. lion, rrar.ct, Prlefat; W. S. TInslcy, Secretary. F clr wir"' double), Including a tne m. Kite i,1312. "Jt would have been an unhappy bubcrrSe today, or send for sample,iiattem. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. copy. said the tragedian lu relatTho nio3t economical, clrrt f'ds aurt Stato Officors President. J. 11. Me WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS FOR FLETCHER'S ing it. "of Grin and Barrett." Council, Princeton cormicidal of ail amlcciitlcs lu dent, . J. II.r Iturncy I 3fri !i. Robertson, , "" McCAtx "- s .. .. r.. """""- - WW i oicruuiry cc rn rcua., 8. Flustered. .. Yon ion I lira when yea bur tint cr i,..i r.lt. ...... ivj.,. rt....ln..H rn 11 uar uitiuiii.ui, a. Thirteen Mistakes of Life. Lalbc powder, Poa I be laultd. Kur toljmtt. ll'j It was Smith's llrt Sunday as FV SZS & AfjrfT) f7 main, Hartford, Ky. mere etoeexlc! uore vhclccotriQ- iivei let re:ulU. In church uml he wat a bit flustered. Hero are what PiC&lllng .Tiulgo LMnec li tar auierlrr to lour di.u unl ndj. Members Stato Executive lloanl Turning to a lady who entered lie said, T)..i t M,finnl,.i, l.ne nnnnunn. .1 .. sasta.wMSOtnrTTXsaxtaa.xiaitAaansKea. Uen J. W. ! UU1 Ot .uv. wj..v, .."o .........-- . A soluble Anlbeptlc Powder lo Dunn,Watson, WebMer county; Pirtlo, BAKaCOK3- "This way, muduui, mid I'll sow you 5 Davloss county; Ibi'iry "Thirteen Mistakes cf Life." luto a bboet." Uoatou Truuscrlpt. bo dissolved in water as needed. Ohio county; B. I. Ray, Hardin conn-ty- ; To ultempt to set up oar u'l.i u C. G. DuvenporU, Warren county. As a medicinal antiseptic for louche , MUiudtird of rlgUt and vroun. WITH OhUi County Office 3. L. Stov-ti.a- j, Fuaay Baby. In tieuutig catarrh, imlamaiaiioa or lleury Pirtlo, To try and woiwuro Uio eijom Mawuu Xettlu. what art you dohig ulceration of lioao, throat, uud i!.at , Eara ; S. E. Uenuott, Treasurer. to Uftbjr that tnnlcM him cry wa'i Siivull caused by fetninine Ills it has n.i ;.i.n. i others by your own. COIATY ROARD OF KDBOAHON. Nunw Ou. he's ot fuaay boeaua I For ten- - yeara tho Lydia 15. .. iCli.l To oxppct iinifprnjlty of opitvloii H auiL, I , uuj Una Shulis, Chairman, llnrtford, .. i it, l in El alt A.i triad to otxn hU mutb vUb your lu thUj world. Madlclue Co. has rjcomm'! a . .' ) itite. H J Mc.nKux. AtaHHru, gtore trwteUt'r.-Ctilc- au XKa. rr.i lu thoir prlvata oorrf'.'ou. J Willi k h 1. O. L. Terry, uj lpwtne fur in w linifurd. Kv. .f.', fi wosaen, which provo- To ffiil to iuko JOHNSTON. IIOLtOWAV CO i It, .1 .. .'. T. J. Un 'ls, boiuv rret its i II . ' '. X17Os.tuuUar4Ml, Mi' Womeu vho havo at Uknw wife will and Ike i I V - , n .. j:.t i'ov.'Ii, Ola'on, K... i HinTMD ijife 7ymBLEB. to nu44 nil .tHwovl- rn'"wprt- wout-Hn- ary TO laswlMt ibot wlw it .t, I. i . i). 'in, !!.: t.) ', K . r ', ;; ( y. l:toj in.t ., OruigiaU. V 4 v Wrj UtiielMf. A'' t!U, Vf iitjsj". iUcm 9 f tt yiitx JtKJfUJNDEO. I . ... rri i "Ti Tho PUon Tollut Co., LiOi.i,i3," 'ans. 6. J. L. Drown, RoiVpdrt; Ky. ' yk'ld In uniiiiio'rtut Not to I ONE BED FOR THE COURT. ; A Useful Vandcrbiit. V. trifles. -- irmxr'nt imr nuiLL n mii mk imum34iimTDj Diieotory 'jpiBDirjiffEr.CJiyjfii. Li'": Mi 'Otto C. Martin ? at : V Barnes & Attorneys at Smith j Llv-Vcr- ' ,.,,. r.iiiiUir. ' I .Mo-lo- y, -- iiir -- -- ... ARTHUR D. Attorney at KIRK I far-l&b- ed WlmI-incwl- f Sat-lUrd- T.WADESTRATTON Cleaned I Pressed m car-jent- er Children Cry CASTORIA ;;! iLi.i-Pi&- Repairing neatly done. work special attention. Hats and Repaired. for delivered. per rate month. Wod-wisd- M PREPARED W. H. RILEY Hartford, ::?;: Collier's K n; More USE AX Collars in Clubs First Time Economical Both in Use and Cost And it does For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. CALUMET better inJcpi-udcnt- .'. !; watch the Thu 1 -- l wokc-earne- rs. eetric Bitters Sat-uiM- ay & . ' Children Cry C AS TJO R A SPECIAL TO WOMEN ry iir-c- - ' ..-- &t&&r . l.-- i. """ the LCI- $ '' Sef-ica- r: mm : , i 1 Ksw SSIsesMi7 -- 1. TaH-'.oU- wttm. . -- ,fer .,.$ ijiMi,; T . 'viiuw ..tffSf x EARTH TO BECOME WEST POINT DISCIPLINE. Children Cry for Fletcher's MAN'S PARADISE How This Will Be Done Is Ite 8ystem of Demerits end the Sunday Morning Services. does not leave behind ninny memories of halcyon college days. There nre end larks, for, constantly under tho surveillance of the officers, the cadets nre never permitted to leave ex- The rigor of discipline nt West Point It Always Helps ; the Gospel Message. aiu 5Sdf S,iST?m ""Bl'' "l which has yenrs, 1ms homo tho Bljjnuttft-- heen of " nna !m's bccn ndo under his ry spnnl supervision bImco its infancy. Allow iio ono todeccivo you in this. TtTT CoiintcrroltMiii tntloiisnii.l "Just-us-go- o I" nro hut lWiyS o The Earthly Paradise Disobedience T7V for Castor Oil, ami Soiitlilnir Sirups. It 1m pleasant. It ednt..!5is neither Opium, Morphine nor other Kurcotio Mthstjiiico. Its jijjo in its guarantee. It destroys Worm :mtl nll.iyrt levorlslme.ss. For moro than thirty years it Iuih heen In ciHistniit use for tho relief of Constipation. J lain eney, 1 ind Colic, all Teething Troubles and IJIarrjiwa. It rojrtiintn.s tho Stomach mid Bowels, B'vlnjf healtliy and natural Bleep! i!;?1,,jU:M.'s i,,. 'Alio Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. Pnro-i:or!o,Iwips What is CASTOR I A Cnttcrlii h a harmless snhstliuto Lent Threugh Redeemed at Calvary. Mestian'a Great Work The Restoration of Paradise "The Story of the Cross" Importance of Character De velopment-Mt- i Effect on the Future Life The Heavenly Paradise Who May Attain It How Tho Alternative of Paradise, the Second Death. March ir..-1- 'ns tor Itiisfct'll today depleted the lc:itl tltw of Paradise, sti beautifully pre sented Iu his ficc I'hoto-DrnuiIll" text xvns. "I will iiinke tbe place of My feet Klorlotis.' ls.il.ih (i0:i;i. PiinidWo Is nn other inline for tbe GENUINE CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS U yBears The Kind You Dave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years thc ertmun tt murrat stkcct. citt. compaht. rscw York It was lost through tbe disobedience of our first parents, hut our Creator's promise Is Unit It shall Iks restored. Eventually the whole earth shall become tbe Paradise of God. The Scriptures assure us that (leaven la God's Throne ami the earth Ills foot stool, and that in due lime flc will make the place of Ills feet Ills foots stool glorious. Starck Pianos inAdrauco Sotiafae (ion Guar LovreHlNet No Money Bleed Fact ory Prieoa Baa ieet Termu A Saving of SlOO to IP. VYO A. STARCK tsooFao From RMiocrr tory Direct WlUfIllll ll)U a beautiful Starch rinnn fnr 3(1 lnvn' frm Irnl In Milir No cusli paxment roiulntl. .XII we Is that you will 1 a upon, use r ' test this iilnno for 30 days If, nt t ic omlask that time, you ilu net llnd It the of 1 nj'KMt una llncst plnno In ex cry xxa, thai you liax--e ei-- r criiile, sweetest toneJ at perfect liberty to kcihI it luck, nml we will. In that mnnrf.ii tho menev, you uro wuvs. . fay the froieht both e This Starck l'iano must mnlrn i?i.l nlih vnii. or there la no sale. heme. 30. DAYS' FREE TRIAL iMSS! Savo $150.00 or Mere Easy Payments You in pajnunt on tiie cier nurgi.twl by a plain These tiniu aro arranci to ni.inuuctiircr. ult your ecntenlrnee, ami it l iiosiible for jthi to lry A for jwr btin, without , fi money. . tie-- Xc lil!i.dlrit to you Irom our factorv. at nrlem Culuioou inwards ol MG'J.no In the col of jour piano. Uo guarantfc to famish nu a miter plann Mr tlie money 'ran jou can You areas.urrd of rcoiii',j Mvir iv.(ct toned djraMf Iil;'i irrad; ii aatisfjttcry 1 .ino. 25-Year of trill. )lii can pa' no ji 0)c, b. t after "0 ilayt low-ea- t, .nlit teriii n!--l-- ir Guarantc diarcK Kirry Slarck Piano U rnaiantcol lar 25 jrura. Thl, bai tick c( It our 35 yrari of piano ripirlcr.ee, end tlic reputation of .in old cttablldicd, piano liouie. 2nd -- Hand Bargains baic comlantlj en band a irse in-nof sightly uied ami leeoml hand pianos of aH sumlinl make taUn In ix rliinse? for re-- v Stank I'lanoi anil l'laj er I'lanon. '1 he follow. Ins arc a few (ample lurgalnai XYe 1 Playar-Piano- s 50 Frsa Musis Lessons To every purchaser of Piano, we site free tnuile lettoni. In one of tbe bent known atlioolt In Chicago. These lessons, you ran take Iu your own home, by mail. Tbla represents one year's free Inttructlon. Etorck Weber Stcinway Chlckcrlng Kimball . $110.00 92 00 90.03 Starck I'lajcr-- l Ijuoi are the boit ami moil beautiful Player l'lanot en Cio market. X'ou will le with the many exclusive featutea of these wonderful InitrumrntK, and will bo pleased v. lib the tery low prleea at which they can be secured, Send today tor our new beautifully Illustrated plana book which gitcs you a large amount of information regarding pianos. This book will --interest and please you. XVrlte today. Plant look Frao Starck 95.00 193.00 Send tor our latest complete (econd hand bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1343 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO - 4 I INOW : ri'o Get Your Clianccs on Tho FRB13 Uarrol of IS THE TIME 66 IN I "OLD QUALITY" OR CASH J Oho clinnco given xvltlt caclt quart purchased. Ex'ory tlnio ou inal.q a purchaso olsoxvlivro yott ltso a chanco (o get a liarrol ot old whlsKt'V or $ti5.00 lit cash absolutely PKEK. SEND YOUH MAIL OUUUIIS TO US thoy will bo proinptly and carefully fillod from tho bi'st stock of liquors In Ovxcnsboro. Your chances on the free barrel of whiskey will bo enclosed! with your shipments. Ask for our prlco list. It contains Just wi'at you want. i 31 P.irdR. LANCASTER Street; W. m,i & OWIONSUOKO, KY. CO., "flhl nnnlltv .' Pino UraiMii's, V S. Sfotip." "Prnniler Pnrn." Wines, Gins, Coidlals, lite, etttftteeej 1 - jijjnjra Thaoc Marks nmir.NR OVER iKcxpe63rilCMCC YCAn3 Buclbce's "Full ol Life" Northern Crone Pedigreed Seeds liae u leputatirm of 3S)taraoi lucccesful aeed growing behind tbvra. It pajs tc Slant tbe hct. bcasoiubk Specialties: Earliest Red Valentine . . Refugee Intra Katly .. New hlringlrbs Gretu Toil . Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New XVIiHc tt'ux . . Cuirie's Uuit rtool Wax , SEEDS PEAS HliANS JjsolusliU A iwurimun r? 1!..1' . 1. .1.1. ..o.l itnasrlrttstt1 St 1st lirtlier n krar.u.ii our opinio" In iVnit.l.ii. ii rahAbly r ictij1u'ji, A i liimuiilutUMiDUOOK on lmi ma tionMrMtyrniid.leulUL ' '"Will;" ssmni JBDIIb ITLI7 Co. utelre l'ateuia Ukt u throuali lluiiii".,"""" ttcetrt tiutUt, bHli.tiilishnniii. lJlIliU i MKU...-u-r- a A- u,w - n.aifVifi, X K hamJsonielr lllnatrated "I'T..:,. Scientific JMericaKe weekly. Ijueeat .1 .no, iaiuidn louru.il. iiouttn, tola by tl. K 1crnia.fi ully cwailwilcrj. el $j..so Kushcl Txtra Early Alaska New IUtlr Gradus $jjo bushel Horufnnl'a Market Garden , Jjjobiuhcl BucLUc's Lightning Lxprcsj J500 bushel Lettuce, Ra4Uh. Tomato and a full line ol ixils, riauUuiut bulbs ut lowest Blowing prices. Send for complete calalncue or bubmit a list ut your requirements and will quote prices. Iiuv direct from the ctower Sa e Money. Write today. Mention this paper. ... .... J4.75 bushel Js 50 bushel Jj.aj hiubet Jj.70 liushel fj y Kushcl iiUoai" eu Waih!uiton,P.C. UftrBttdectSi., H. W. BUCKBEE RKlfrtSriFmi. Bostonians In Good Standing. I .had .1 In oilier lu Huston once.'' said a Chicago lady to u itosto-iila"He wa.s hi some great musical society there, hut forget Its unine." bellexes, xvlll lie iKCoiuplishcd h.x Me- "Handel nud lla.xdn society, perItllt .III' haps." suggested her visitor.. clnh nt t'lillllllf xvlll always be objectionable to God "Well, I guess mi. Handel and Mujdu " Tho Divine sentence is that no sinner were Huston men. weren't may have everlasting life. Nemo the Christian IteglMer. offer of Divine Grace Is meiely that whoever xvlll may have Divide as Placing Him. Tea'eht-slstance out f sin ami death coudi Wnat Is n host, Tonnnle? lions. The wilfully disobedient xvlll Tointuie i iluniio. ma'am. have no part lu life everlnstlng Their "Supposo our father gave' a dh.uer Para-disportion will be the nlieriuitivu of What to n number of Ids ftletuN. l Deatli. the XMJiild he be!" Then the Castor spoke upon the im"He'd be Hie 'goat.' reckon." Yon portance of tight Lcis Statesman Ktcry good ami noble deed of llie ptCM'itt life walks' out churacter Friendship and Love, which xvlll Ut helpful in the futtite In friendship wo see only thoso faults ift. Corresipviidingly. every solution which may piejudielal to our if consclenco and principle Impairs friends, lu see uo faults but 11N0 xvlll nffect the fuimnicter. This thnso by which xve suller otnelve. ture life. 11ml letard progress. lelu liiUH'ie. 1 i Tbe Pastor then briefly reviewed the story of man's fall from Divine favor the loss of Paradise, lie next showed that God's ProuiNe to Abraham, that in bis Seed all tbe families of the earth shall be blessed. Includes the thought of man's full restoration to Divine favor, its before man came under tbe death sentence. Thus the .lews, be declared, hoped that Messiah would come and constitute their nation the earthly Kingdom of God. and re establish Paradise, with, J'alesilne as lis center, from which the Divine Law would extend to all. gradually bringing them back Into harmony with God. ' "The Garden of the Lord." The Pastor explained that the dying thlcfs reqiiot was based upon the Jewish hope of becoming the Divine Instrument to establish righteousness in the earth and tbiis to convert It Into tbe Paradise of God. Our Lord's reply was that his request would be granted. Paradise has not yet been established, the xpeuker declared: for God's Kingdom has not yet aome. It delays until the work for tbe Church bball be accomplished. Tbe Church, the Pastor showed, constitutes it new nation. Spiiltual Israel, selected since Pentecost from all nation-. These will, with the Itcdeeiner. be the Kingdom class,, after the number shall have been glorified on tbe spit It plane. Next the Pastor demonstrated from Scripture that Paradise is used to designate two different conditions; one earthly, the other Heavenly. The earthly Paradise Is for man's blessing, after the race has been restored to perfection by obedience during tbe Millennial Age. The Heavenly Paradise Is a figurative expression, applying to tbe glorious position which God has Iu reservation for the Church. We read iu the Itevelatlou that tbe orercomers will "eat of thc tree of life, iu the midst of the' Paradise of Cod." The World's Regeneration. Tbe Pastor then briefly discussed the Book of Revelutiou, which he declares Is a grandly beautiful and symbolic picture of the Gospel and Millennial Ages, showing Paradise restored, xvith tbe glorltlcd'Ckurch us Its capital. The future state will ull lie Paradise. The speaker quoted many passages from the Prophets, describing the coming changes which will constitute the earth a Paradise. Then both physical ly and morally lame shall learn to walk; both physically and menially blind eyes shall be opened. They shall learn to walk In the path of righteousness and to see the goodness of God The willing and obedient shall eat ot the good of the bind, but shall be cut off iu the Sicoud Death. Next the Pastor discussed the story of redemption. After Adam bad lift the earthly Paradise, through disobedience to his Creator's Just command. his posterity as well as himself came! uuder the death seuleiice. Ilccauso a perfect man had sinned, the Itedcenu1 i must be perfect man. who must die 111 nruur to eiiect me sinners release from (lea III As Adam's fall luvolxed uis posicrn.x nun men iinmisu iioiiil-- , so our Uedceiner will 1101 e Adam's family thc world to all Unit xvas iot I This work of tcMornlluii. the Pastor ' d evil-doer- s 11 I IYI-- cept tinder military orders, if they ride to the adjoining town. Highland Falls, they must not dismount or let tbelr feet touch any soil outside tbe reservation. How severe the system of regulating the standard of tho several cadets Ls may be learned ftom the fact that some 18.000 acts of each appointee are "marked" dining his four j ears' eourse, tiny one of which must he passed ns good or given one or more demerits "I.nte nt roll call" Insures one demerit; "absence from duty," ten marks; "slight untidiness In dress." one; "Inattention nt drill or other duty," five, and so on. If in six mouths out of some ZOOl) events it hundred demerits accumulate the unfortunate student is dismissed from the'neadetny. At half past 10 every Sunday morning the cadets gather In front of the alone barracks, ns trimly kept ns any Fifth ti venue mansion, and form In Hue. with faultless uniforms, natty white belts mid sash, and march up tbe hill to the chapel service. It is something of a wall;, ns some of the pulling visitors observed on reaching the summit terrace. Silently and In perfect time mid order the cadets change formation and flic into the chapel under rows of historical regimental banners, some of which hud seen service nearly n century ago. Some of the old stands of colors were threadbare, but thc Held of blue always remained with' its story of a development, hearing constellations of from thirteen to forty-eigh- t stars iu tbelr Imperlshnble fields of blue. to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 3o pounds, and now, I do all my housework. as well as run a big water mill. I wish every; suffering woman would give says Mrs. Syivania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.t in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill mc. I was hardly able CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., arc sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! , JAMES & CO., aPfrst ' Centertown, Class - Kentucky. The cadet choir marches doxvn the nlsle singing "Onward, Christian Soldiers," and tbe ringing voices of those COO cadets once beard can never be forgotten. The tlnale, tbe Dresden hymn, as sung by the West Point choir Is au event Hint musicians from all parts of tbe xvorld come to hear. Tbe services throughout were Impressive and conducted with military precision National Magazine. TAMED An Unmusical Prompt Attention and .Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, THE PtANO. OUR CLUBBING RATES, The The The The The The The The The The Republican and Louisville Herald. Variation In One of Gottschalk'e Concert. Gottschalk, the pianist, was noted for bis enormous physical strength almost as much ns for his brilliance ns a pianist. On one occasion be gave u practical Illustration of bis strength which, while it did not display his disposition In the most amiable light, undoubtedly afforded him much satisfaction. ne was In concert playing on a piano that was built on q new model, one of tUcjciRhvJtlesof which that the Up of the keyboard coTer projected farther over the keys than In tuc6t pianos xvheu the Instrument was open for playing. Gottsebnlk, xvho xvas accustomed (o throw up bis hands to n considerable height during the of brilliant passages and wits unused to this new form of keyboard, constantly hit his knuckles against tbe projecting Up. This repented rapping of bis knuckles at last began to have an irritating effect on him, as the audience could plainly see. Suddeuly after a particularly hard rap be stopped short lu the middle of bis selection, wrenched the offending cover out of the Instrument by main force ami burled it across the platform with great violence. Then, with a smile of tbe greatest satisfaction, be reseated himself at the piano and continued bis playing. 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Duplex Lenses A have met with great success by thousands 01 people who are now wearing them in all the leading cities of the United States, and are meeting with the same results wherever they i2.ru ntroduced. 1 5 AND EVERY NINETY DAYS THEREAFTER. OUR SPECIALIST had years of experi enco and you may rely on thun absolutely. and his assistants have IfUK UDJCVI in nisikine tins ie mnrkb'e cflirof'SS mmxi;miFm mm iiimmm Ss &S Ss... 'S5SSW We will be pleased to exan ine all those who" have eye trouble or wear glasses ABSOLUTELY FREE. We would suggest therefore that you call on them. V7M :m 'im !tJSSi mm IW'" ONE OF THE BAD I Duplex Lenses Will Positively Relieve the Following Ailments Headaches Cross Eyes Itching Eyes Astigmatism Dizziness Watery Eyes Granulated Lids Floating Spots Before the Eyes ONES tt. 6jmb!epbtB. Mittr McteaU. DamAmttAr That the above KcIlieilPei offer of $5 Eye Glasses fo$l a pair is for this visit only. Regular prices will prevail after our first visit to Hartford. WB PIKE INSURANCE ing us, as we do not have any repiesentatives but our specialists at the hotel as we advertise. OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED FOR 5 YEARS Beware of people who call at jour home and claim to be represent- DON'T FORGET THE DATE Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Duplex Optical Co., Communications Address All TO OUR MAIN OFFICE March 23, 24, 25 AT COMMERCIAL HOTEL OFFICE HOURS 8:30 A. M. TO 8 P. M. Your Time is Limited Come Early and Avoid the Rush 408 Globe-Democr- at Bldg. ST. LOUIS. MO. RECEPTION R00M:HO'TEL PARLOR to make a flat porcentagc decrease world. More Rights for Women. i rates on any class of busliia-s-, at For centuries a married woman has WhUe the demands of tvpmcn arc j been little more than a Bhadow, legal ,. ...,,v tt,,, h i., hm, nn , QUIT KENTUCKY It may decide upon. The only changes meetlnff with but cold consideration ly, of her lord and master, liaving In rates which are popular with vot- - In England, their advance in this virtually no rights and no obligaers are reductions. 'How would tho country is steadily forward. Another tions as a separate entity. The worlll Suspended Because of uusinsse man wlio reads this lllie to gateway to the much desired "new is waking up and woman is something more now than her husband's have the price of Ids product fixed by for him by a political board, with no i'freedom," was opened last week shadow. ot the Glenn-Green- e she Enactment States Supremo Court, Interest In the amount of loss It may tho United Best Family Laxative. Law. Inflict upon him, in view ot the gen- the highest tribunal in this land Use Dr. Beware of constipation. dissenting eral Uemand for a reduction in tho The court has without a cost of living? If the price of fire opinion heM that a wife may main- King's New Life Pills and keep well. Smith, of 3irty all the flro Insurance com-ci;- Insiiraneo protection Is to be fixed tain a separate domicile or resi Mrs. Charles E.calls thorn West "Our by a political board, why not the dence from that of her husband, Franklin. .Me., doliiK business in Kentucky necessary for her to family laxative." Nothing better for price of sugar and calico antf any whenever It Is Dctstiss :s'iojr.U accepting risks In other product? -- 3c. Kentucky business bring suit to protect her rights aidults or aged. Get them AtaS. slate because of the passage. men should know that this entering against him or any other person. All Druggists or by mall. bill, a statement tvcdre of socialism will uot stop with It has always been held that the H. E. Bucklen it Co. 'Philadelphia m, or St. Louis. taking this step fire Insurance. irrfajrir remans for husband Is tho head of tho household sniap nler. All the companies, In The. law authorizes the State In- and that tho wife could not conduct Sheriffs Sale. their agenta to stop wrltlm." surance Board to Increase its staff a separate o3abllshmrnt unless sep jmfi&Lx.' ilcclare that the,y suspend of employes at the expsnse of the arated from her husband. Hero tho By virtue of execution No. 037 which ajatitts with regret, realizing the Insurance companies, to require the court holds that a wlfo may net Issuitl from the Ohio Circuit Court fct of such action upon their companies to turn qver to It their of her husband when her in favor of Flora Beck vs. Forest JTOW3& awtl tlie business interests, but tariffs, Beck, I, or one of my doputles will inspection reports and any persona! interests an? Involved. tup fc iow of tho drastic provis-io- other information regarding rates, an The Colorado Supreme Court hold on Monday, April C, 1911, between itho tho new .law and the hostile gives Jt other enlarged powers which In February that a wlto had a per- hours of It) a. m. and u p. m. at the upon her hus- court house door In Hartford, Ky ofztVMbi of the Stato Insurance BoaiU will Increaso tho cost of doing busi fect rlsht to draw a-O cannot continuo to do business ness and diminish its returns. This band's funds In whatever (bank hq hal fer for sale tho followlns real estui3.it either safety or profit. As soon measure was Imposed upon tho in thorn deposited. This decision at- tate situated in Ohio County, Kenauc KrouliUoiLS are made tafc for them surance companies in spite of the fact tracted much attention. A Denver tucky, to satisfy the above execuiria le glad to resume. that they have been losing money wite sIkiuU hir husband',3 name to tion amounting to $CO0. with Interest insurance business has not on their Kentucky business, and of a chock for, a small amount, present- at the rate of 0 par cent from tho Hiooii in Kentucky oxen thQlr statement that if Jt was pass- ed It at the bank, the check was cash Cth day of May, llMIi, and alro tho "iiirmur conditions. Tho loss ratio ed they tvouhl bo compelled to ed, and tho husband, who must havo further sum of $1.00 adjudged as nj .all Lhn stock companies for It carries severe penalties, and bean a mean hurt of a man, sought costs: A tract of land In Ohio County, jier Cent, and although the rather .than run tfie risk of these, to havo his wife' Indicted lor forgery, nIS:aJ .iisiucs lor 1913 arc not yet furnlih Insurance at a Ions and sur- Just to teaeji her a lisson, he later Koutucky, known as tli3 Saru E. tract on the Stale uurvey, untf wuaAaile. the record was even avoisi. render tho principle of business free- explained. dom, they are torced to ntuji business JIo was right, 'nils' action not only bounded as follows; On the North f the t'xpeaso ratio In Kentucky M.r tr iur cent, that means that l"r; un'il It is made jwsslhlc for them tp taught his wile a Usson but every by P. A. Buck; on the South by Bon other wife In oloraUo whoso husbam Itaffcrty; on tho E. .hy ,V. N. Bdek; ii iJoJlar taken in tho tlixi insur-m- rviiumi tvitli safety. ci).iijuilt;.s havo paid out nuir- -' had a bank account. The ruling of and W. by Isaac L. DavJs. Same land the. high court that a wile could not convoyed to V. N. Ucck by Francis Notice. SiJlo llut or tho expense money atouV. 1" Kentucky in tho shape of Tho riiwt National Hank of Hart- furgt' her husband's naui.i and has tho Majors, etc., Doc. 10, lts'Jl. See Dcod unrlMblcuw' to agents, salaries and ford, that he lms of drawing Book No. 10, pago 2W, Ohio County at Hartford, in tho .same rl"hi bank account, threw wide Clerk' office. against his jj?m..8ti or f.tld men, lax'b, etc., j ttot, iiitiT luun being vspeclull) high . RtaU- of Kentucky, Is riming up Its open mother gate. Also another Had or parcel of land s aftalrt.. All and others, The dieislon of the L'nlti'J States lying nHi being In tho County of iui Kratuek. Although tliu bu'iu Puna jcitn iiiiprolltul'V tho new law rivdltfirs of sahl :is!ux'.I;iti(in,u.re here- Supremo Court last week settles an- Ohio, arJd Stato of Kentucky, on Wolf in- Mtk."rfcilJ) ircrranis tJie cvieintb and! by notified to prt'sont the notes tuid other vexed problem. The general Pen Fork of Muddy Creek and to iff..tn in a political budly the rMil j ottier claims ujialust the association principle that the law will not rcc cludo all South or said Creek, boundjSooutke- tim iU.s, which would jutiU-H- i South W W. N. Beck laud oKnlzc a different home lor a wife ed on t'-for payment. than that of her husband is swept known as tho oil Uax-- Jino; on the uVl uori unitrofLUtble. Al.VIX KOYVK. 1'ivsldent. VijL Suiti iutfurani'O JiouiU, aiipolivt-i?t- 3 aside. Ily slow degrca but uurcly tho E. and N. by the J. F. Beck land, li.itid at Hartiord. K'y., .Matv.h 5, courts of this country are clearing also J. C. Leach; wi tho North und Jn- rfUUi Auditor, U iiialnUiIu k. :;:ts i!ii. g from the law the archaic sophistry , Wuat by tho Jarnlv'an land, nnd wHw iJf jiuunittw c.nnicuil s luiv same land conveyed to W. N. which has for centuries persIbtiU In 'uiua tv,il J.iiii) a juir )U K iibciit Penalty to Soon go On. regaining a wife na stmngcl .alt1-- J Bevk by J. F. Ilivk, u'.c.i on Ma itch wa&.i,,il nnik". the iivw lawl. lias d U t(itt, ruduelni; ntitit, The uimw rHvnll.N Ivvjul by tho ferent, so lar as concerns her Indi- 2t, 1002, and rcoi'.letl In Heed Bool: YAtwj Ji inaX nil h i'.Ilkj1jih the Unv uhteh City Council of Hurtful tl tiro now viduality, from other human b lugs. 23, iiago &:il, for a lurtlicr iloscnlp-llo- ii ol said lyojariy. w tUul from jire in liiihh IJ i:itw. It In a VOllU- - dm and I ;un riudy to collect arvl nut when the hlKjust court in tho" K3i oJ.., Ji.'fi,ia jircaltjf- and tut if( rtveipt for sattic. The Kiialty of 0 land flatly overrules prtcub hih ob- - tSiu. W. Ciswfonl to P. A. llo-lc- , II In IXcd Itonu It. l'w( :;:; and :uiy, tuid (lu l.itt uiMur jut 'iiJ will Boon r.o on. So pluisc scrv.il generation ufuvr iwiatlun, Kar ih i! rtjw'JVJiti tan p!iil with do not uegtuet this matter but Sot with the ivinurl: tliat "I'leUou" iM :tl, Ohio Count Clerk's iffi. i.j T)Mlt flat1(ittvr iuti tasild'n-mI- L ready to pay now, in order to avoid up by tho term "filnmo orivert," orj Also another Unrt In Ohio (N.uuiy, t!fc U'iio JIOiinGixiiie bill va in- -' tho penalty. ()tfki in First National woman hdlVki behind hi'i' hiLstaud, couUIulug :t" ucr:s bounded us fol "Is vanlfchlng." Ihni t lie event is of lows: Beginning at u stone, corner J. 1'. BTEVKNS, iM&r li ijl. It caller lor tho !lo;ij-i- l Hank. noteworthy luiportanee to woiuan's of Luther Johnson; tjieueo S. E0 E. Marrthal City of Hartford. it li&oe autliorJuU ViT. nt 0o "s to-da- y. w tho beginning. Being same land convoyed to Newton Beck .by P. M. Vandver and wife, Sept. 14, 1010, and which deed Is of record In Deed Bsok SO, iagc S.")U, Ohio County Clerk's office. poles to a chestnut and ash; IhenuO I" E. 20 poles to a stone, theirel S. :i'.i W. Si poles to a. stone In I.u'h- ys ioits to cr jounsons line -'i U2 S. )- :;-- !( ness would tet them to thinking a lltjlo about cause and effect. And f they over do get to thinking every- one of them will turn Protectionist. Ij ma .x? un-tt- sus-pon- d. 1D1-is- wt San-tlerf- ur Also another tract of land lying on the walers of ,Muddy Creel: in Ohio County, Kentucky, adjoining the kinds as follows: B. P. Itaffcrty, N. Beck, P. M. Beck. Isaac Davis and Trip Taylor and known as the Sandefur tract, contaiulne 100 acres, and being game hind conveyed to Bertha Beck by J no. Beck, Fob. 23, 1S08, and recoiKlcd In D:ed Book 17, pago C83, Ohio County Clerk's office. Also another tract beginning at a stone In the S. E. corner of Lunsford Hudson's lot; thence E. 210 ft. to a stone; thence N. 210 ft. to a atone; thenco W. 210 ft. to a stone; thence S. 210 ft. to tho beginning, contain-luf- f ' 1 acre. Tho mineral underlying said land is reserved to panjy of tho first OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN together with the right to mino and Consultation and examination free. market same, and .being tho samo land conveyed to Bertha Betk by It. All kinds of 'diseases treated. Office P. Beck and wife Juno 20, 1111. and 2nd floor, Casoblor building. which which decl Is of recoiU In BEAVER DAM, KY. Deed Book .10, page 48S, Ohio County Clerk's office. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. irt, G. B. DOCKERY V 1 Habitual Constipation and all liver troubles can bo cured by usln lirJgsby's Ask J, if. JD.'.'j Williams, Hartford. Ky. yvvvyvvyyvvwvvvvvvit ! MAGAZINES OF CASTOR I A For Infanta' and Children. ?!;s Kind You Have Always Bough, Boars tho - ALL KINDS Ordered liy ILER BARNETT AuciiIhi & noto-holdu- Signature of W$" - - If They Should Ever Think. Complalntb of bad business nnd lutaty lohwu are very geiu'ral union;; New York tucutrk'ul managers. Not sluco tho pluvious Tariff "reform" of lSli-!- 7 his busiu:ts liwn wj bad. But tJiiTe an- now many times the number ot theatrical unl ninny times. tlu eupl-lluvited In them us computed with . 20 years Wf (lon'l know whether there itro wy Protectionists among If the big uuiusy'iuont lU'oJuctiK. Uii'iv are, we never luar about it. But one wouM think that Ihe juvbtut serious sttiiei of (ho thctttrjcal bu&i , al a'-'o- - I ILERS' GROCERY or bv-in- REPUBLICAN OFFICE Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. . -- , - d -- i C ILKK !- - ALLISON UAfiNR'lT j .j-Ju-.-