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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Yaar No. 37 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, physicians could do was his frocly unto the end, but nil to no avail. He was conscious to tho end, told his family and friends who were present Rood-by- e a short time before his death, and expressed confidence in his future state and Christian relationship and resignation to the seeming cruel fate which had overtaken him In tho prime of life. He leaves a wife ar1 three children, who many relatives and friends mourn their loss. Funeral services wore epmluctcd at the rcsldciiCQ Motllay nt 10 o'clock by Rev. D. W. Napier, pastor of the Methodist Church, after which Interment took place at Oukwood cemetery conducted by the local Mncca-be- o lodgo of which ho was an ardent member. TJio pall bearers werp Dr. E. 11. Pendleton, It. T. Collins, Henry Griffin, Henry Carson, Hooker Williams and Capt. Jno. O. Kcown. Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914. must bo paid Jn gold or Us equivalent. ELECTRIC CARS Let us not forget that commerce INDIGNANT PROTEST consists of trnspoartatlon as .well as ON HOWARD FARM trade. Tho frolsht charge becomes a FOR part of tho value of tho cargo; wheth credited to Free. er It isor tho exportsthe side cf the im West Kentucky Petroleum Com- Against the ports depends on wheth Caught in River Rapids Trade Surrender of American or the ship is foreign or domestic. PaSS all SaCfed SfJOtS o pany Once More Sucuur own amps carrying goous auroau Equipment Lost. Rights in Panama Canal. Increases our credit there; our bwn Holy Land. cessful. ships bringing goods home saves in debt here. It Is of equal Importance Colonel Was Exploring Unknown that tho charno for transportation Scene of Crucifixion, Mount of" Washington, February 2S. Tho ImMessrs Rowan Holbrook and M. W. DarnarM camo in yesterday from the portance of a merchant marine to our should bo equally balanced as that tLa River Members of Olives and Holy Wells oil field wlicro they had inspected country, was clearly expressed by I.UUU Utl4UKi; SIIUUIU 'UU ill uui liiv.' Howard no. 2 In which ithc first sand Thomas Jefferson, then Secretary of or. Party Safe. Stations. It was with these considerations In only has bocn penetrated, with a State , under George Washington in glowing rcKrt. Tluly say It Is by 1791, vhen ho said that "tho mark- minl and with a desire to solve the great problems of trado and commerce New York, March 2.1. Col. Theofar the best strike yot made, ar,d eting .of our products will be at the In favor of tho American citizen that dore Roosevelt's family ami friends In tho near future the historic It Is Impossible to lower the mercy of any nation which has posthat 7 wero anxiously awaiting furtlicr ,ad- oil, as it now stands lu fiio well, with sessed itself exclusively cf the means induced thoso who earnestly deslr- streets of ancient Jerusalem, the Holy ', development of our great coun-- r-....uu ... i.,. vices today regarding an accident by an eight-Inc- h bailer. Drilling has been of carrying them, and our politics ed tho ""J, ,m " mui 'iiie uoiae 01 bkc- maly bo, influenced by those who com- try to vote for the provisions in the trIc cars and brlant ciectr,c 1UAW party lost Its entire cqulp-- , which his suspended until tanks can ibe built billl that exempted U,ni iii.,,in Panama Canal . .. n, . . luent in tho rapids of a Brazilian nnd a line of pipe run In order to mand our commerce." American coastwise ships from tho Many of tho old, plcturesquo Big Sunday School Institute. rher. This statement, mado more than bo ready to take care of the lm-towcrv payment of tolls in psslng through and walls are to be Tho news of tho mishap came In Tho Loulsvilllo Conference Suillay itorn away and a oiise flow of oil which Is sure to 120 year ago, is prophetic of our a brief message from Anthony Ficlla, School Institute of the Mothdlst Epis- come when the deeper sands arc present condition. Foreign govern- the Panama Canal. modern system of water .works will The opponents of tho measure pro be Installed. a incnibor of the imrty. It was dated copal Church South will meet at pcnotraUld. This strlko Is especially ments are almost exclusively pos. 1014. at Santarcin, Brazil, yesterday, arM Central City, April Tho rapidity with mhlch the Hrty gratifying (to Mr. Barnard, as It bears sessed of our foreign carrying in fie claimed the exemptions from tolls a read: The Loulsvlle Conference embraces out his contention as to formation andt to a large extent, tho arrange- subsidy, and they did so regailrlless of City is being extended outside U& na- old walls by of the stale of Ken- and direction of pool in overy par- ment of their shipping routes has ex the fact that alll the civilized everything hi the about onc-hn- lf "Wo have lost the return of ,tho Jws tions of the, world ore discriminating to the. land of thcr forefathers AM rapids. Tclophone my wife ot my tucky, and from this territory, many ticular. Ho Bays the flat tablo land cluded our commerce from-th- e mark; safety." necessary. of tho leading pastors and Sunday Immediately east of this well will ets of South America and wlUl con- In favor ot their (commerce, and that made the Improvements Sanjarcm Is in tho State of Pam. School workers will meet to discuss prove a splendid oil field. Mr. Barnard tinue to do bo as long as present con from tho beginning of our Govern- To the north anjd west of the old city nament tho policy of the American there have sprung up populous Jewat tb confluence of tho Tapajos river the nos8ibllltic of the Church in this for several years has made a close ditions remain. with Uio Amaron, and .the dispatch fruitful field of actlvty, and the moat study of oil formations and his preNo question outranlrod In impor tion has been to foster and develop ish residential colonies and today dowas probably sejit there by courier. there is a greater Jerusalem without, mtHern methods of Sunday School dictions have never failed. The new tance the fostering caro of our com- our commerce, both foreign and mestic. We built a macadamized road than within the walls., Four sepenkta The. accident, In all probability, oc- work. Some of tho most prominent well will revive interest in this merce in the first Co&gress of the Riv- tramway routes are to bo laid, laey curred on an unknown river, which Sunday School workers of the 31. fleil. United States. The ibuflding of Am- from Maryland to the Mississippi er to foster commerce and give an will start from the Jaffa Gate, Theodore Kooscvc'it, Jr., today sa')l E. Church. South, and also some erican ships .and the development of ln! prlnc'p 1 entrance ,to tho city. Tkfr our forelun commerce for years has outlet for the products "of' tho 'Boll his father. In a letter to him, had International Sunday School workers The French Scandal. the Mississippi Valley to tho East- - flnt w,u & called the Illo Dulvatn, or "River of will be on thq program. been discussed from many and varied osta ot.'.two jailM ' Paris is never bo happy as when standpoints. ... .,. A Every pastor and Sunday School Su Doubt." uu ia When wo consider the era seboard. yaa uuuuu vw; uiWkBCW face to fact with a sensation. The quarter of the Holy City. Colonel ltooscvclt, in a letter writ- pcrintcrJdcnt is a delegate cxoiflclo, bulWlng up of tho American mera ten on January 16, from Taplraican, French people violate, caproclous.hys-tcric- al Flaaes at Lebanon. Another will link .tho Jewsh aU and each Sunday School should have chant marine w;c naturally ask the unand prrattlc are restless Lebanon, Ky., March 23. Fire onles to the north of the city and a-question, is it worth while? And if in Matto 0 rosso, a province. In the besldo the pastor and superintend less the public Imagination has same-thiIt is worth while, what are the bene- which broke out here at 8 o'clock third will encircle tho old city, imtf south central part of Brazil, and re- ont, one. regular delegate. upon which to feed. last night caused a loss of a.bout $15,- - ng many of tho most iaterestlnr kte ceived' last week by Frank 51. Chapfits 'to be obtained? It will bo remembered when the man, of the American Museum of Almost before the dawn of civili- 000, destroying part of the Illness torlcal points. Among them the River Seine flooded Paris, when hisC! 'sunnoeed to have been thn ram at' section of the town. Natural History, said that he e- FEDERAL PRUBt trembled on their zation nations wero flehtlng for trade toric bu!5Uing3 Clement's crucflxlon. the Tombs of the Brent's livery stabV, xpected to explore this unknown rivand it has always been recognized foundations, when disease and famine hardware store, the Home Bakery fyje jiount of Olives and the Valley of .'.'- - IS THREATENED er. Ho wrote: hovered about the Inundated section that a favorable balance of trade was Company and Canary's ' restaurant jehoshauhat. "Wo are now about to go Into the a vital factor" In the commercial life of tho city, that Parisians mado light were destroyed; while considerable . Tb.0 fourth line iwlll run to Betthle"-damareul wilderness, wher wo shall hae bo contended for iby all. of the awful Idlsastcr and turned the of nations to' was done to McKnlght'B bar- - nem 8ome filx mue3 rrom the' JaKa, to trail light, and can hatdly collect In Kentucky flooded streets Into a scene of a Von-tla- n A countrytnayIn maintain the balance ber, shop, MattlngUy'tf saloon and g Iusuraoce. JMuddle A uny big animals. In n month or six tjaverslng, Jhe , most ,Bacred , its favor by Its' excarnival, impcntlnB gondolas for of commerce thorouKhfanTin the world!" It is Bn-- "' weeks wo shiilll reach tho headwaport of commodities produced at Wheailey's livery stable. May Go To Washthe puriiosq and chunglng night from Tho flro burned for ncarliy two ters of tho uncxpl'orcd river, taking wJtn reputed holy places, wstls, ono of harrowing darkness into a home, cither agricultural or manu hours. Nobody was injured. The ed Kcnuit, Plain and Chcrrle with mc, tombs add convents. Tho work of ington. factoring, or it may maintain a spectacular display of many colored layinghQ rail's for these roads wjjl as well as Colonol Rondon and one balance in its favor W reason of the loss is partly covered by insurance. ' ' llBhts. ' T beejn In April, ort wo of the Brazil lane. It is not work done by It for other nations. It was something new", something Sunday School Campaign rro-- r Th0 oW walls of th0 city, whiia possible 'to Klvc a forecast as to the Washington, March 24. A federal novol. fmninthlni? Insiilrincr nnd the England, Norway, Germany and time that will be required." Investigation may be made of tho tragedy was navo a crcumference of alJout three ncc are great carriers of commerce grain. for tho moment forgot- I What this equipment of Colonel KciitucKy ''Insurance situation. Rep3 'e They for others than themselves. h' ten. The Rov. Geo. A. JopUn. secretary m,llf .and .at Roosevelt's party was 'o mako tho resentative j. C. Cantrill admitted It was remembered 1'jater on land often havo an adverse balance pf of Kentucky Sunday School Assoola- - aro b'nS offered for Bale by the cfty trip down this unknown river Is today that he. Is examining tho State supreme in ithc hour 'of trado against them amounting to Uon, will bo In Ohio county next M building material. A society fea largely a matter of conjecture. After insurance tangle, and if It seems to France was for tho purpose of suffering. Common sense ' took the hundreds of niilUlons of dollars, week for a tour of the. whole county beea leaving the upper Parana and Para- Justify it, and he is convinced that but as gcat as this adverse ballance tlons or the walte artt - ,n5 lsoIated damage Sunday School work. He will &rguay rlvors, which flow southward tho situation can be aldfl, he will place of frivolity anid the historic towers. David'-thi- s wrought by tho flood was in tlmo r of trade Is, they casljy pay it by rlvo at Beaver Dam on Saturday of om of and join tho Rio do La Plata, tho Introduce a resolution calllnc on the repaired. carrying in their ships the products 'week, and beginnlnB Sunday, Twer it Is planned to convert into party had to travcrso the plateaus, house to lnvestlgato the. entire mat Paris must have its sensation. Tho of other nations. Without their earn will carry out the following arrange-- , museum. Paraguay and ter. .extending through For many years Jerusalem has sv- ravages of tho auto bandits, their ings from their ships they could men. Brazil, a trip of COO miles or so. wat- Mr. Cantrill said that a condition tragic capture not for any length of time continue f a tei Sunday, March 29, at Cooper'a and the battle roal This "no party did safely on horse similar to that lu Kentucky xoists in tholr present excessive importation Schoolhousn. vi a. umn Cromwell i W dav. alt followed aroused Paris to a back, accoiUIng to telegraphic ad- Missouri, and pogalbly In other which of commodities from other lands. brought Into the city from the ancUaf Magisterial District. frenzy of excitement. vices vthcih came through nine days states, so that a federal InvestigaTransportation must be balanced as McHenry, pools of Solomon near BethleheuJ, by Monday at 10 a. m. at With electrical swiftness the scone ago. tion could not be attackicji on the changed. The 'tragedy was soon for- well as trade, cipher by trade, by Presbyterian church, Rockport Dis- means of' a 9niall pipe line, th inColonel Roosevelt does not state In ground that ltw 03 entirely local in transportation or .by the exchange of trict. habitants have begn compelled to degotten. Another sensation absorbed any. of, his letters what means of character. precious metals, socurtles or invest Monday at 2.30 p. in. at Lone Star pend upon rainwater. the public mind. Today Paris is temco uso, in detranspfcrUtlmv.howouJVl Now largo resovolrs aro to bo built-i"U congress can slvo Tellof, and' A ments'. Ii4 has been recognized uni Church, Centertown District. with oxttement. scending tho unknown river. It is tho people of the state want it, ' I more .wild versally- piat a v country that sottles the upper part of the valley of the Tuesday at 10 a. in. at Beda, Beu-la- h b'ellcved that no thins heavier than have determined to undertake to 'se- woman, wife of tho French Minister its balance of commercq In gold Brook Cherlth at the sprlhffs of Atn Church, Hartiord District. of Finance, Uhot and killed an editor canoca could have 'been carried on cure that relief," said he. i Wendnesday at 10 a-- m. at Foills-vill- Fariah and Ain Fourwar, where the of the. most representative Parisian must ultimately become a decadent ( tho Journey on horseback nation, poorer and poorer as the ycai Christian Church, Fordsviile water will be Rtonld and piped into journal. from (tho head waters of the Paraby. the city. Kg Move Flamed. District. Bchicld the murder lurks a domes- go guay to tho "River of Doubt." Our early statesmen, recognizing The Holy City has raj Uly becom 10 a. m. at Deane- Thursday at HopklnsviUe, Ky.. March 23. The tic scandal, and nothing so appeals to Tho great dangor In doscondlnff tho Dis westernized. Thq stroets are sprinkreport is current that ono Df the tho Parisian pallate than to come in- this fact, contended for fair com- fleld, Baptist Church, Bantlett streams that flow northward In Bra-- J led from modern tank wagons inbig moves of the prohibition to contact with theso mantlal disclos- merce between JJio colonies and for- trict. zll to Join tho Amazon Is in tho many first eign nations. Benjamin Franklin Saturday at 10 a. m. at Narrows, stead of with skins as was done until sux ad- ures and these- over changing rapids and falls. Tho plateau, which forces in Kentucky in taking sysstated: Methodist Church, Sulphur Springs a year ago. A comploto telephone enacted problems. vantage of the recently averago 3,000 to 4,000 feet Is on t' tem' has been installed and the poMce Fair conunerco is where equal val District. liquor bill maklnB it tho duty Hero is a sensation much to the abovo the sea lowl, slopes abruptly Frost ues aro exchanged for equal, the Sunday at 10 a. m. at Roslno, department has been supplied with of Uio County dudgo to call an elec- Freuch liking. Gossip is reveling in to tho floor of tho Amazon valley. expensus of transportation Included. MoUiodls Church, Roslno District. bicycles. tion whenever a petition is prcselntid a fea'st of muck raking and the wom For tills reason boiiio of tho great Bbfnod by jtwonty-flv- o Modern farming machinery has reovery Sunr Representatives ehojoq mora.'ls Thn-- s If it cost A In England as from per cent of an's lovo letters are est water fallls In tho world are hand reapers much labor and chra'o to ralso a day School in tho county Will bo ex placed tho the voters of tho counuy, will 1m to for tho eager public to read. found In thoso tributaries. appealing? The bushel of wheat as It cost II in pected to bo present at the nice ins In tho nearby region and tho orango HenWhat can be mora It is posslblo that after tho ox call simultaneous elections in to produce four gallons of most convenient, and where It 4s groves are Irrleatcd by water pumped wlfo of a Fomch minister a tnurdtr- - Franco derson, Daviess, Christian and Pedlt&u lest tho ciulpmont the memcablnot,an wine, then aro four gallons ot wine practicable, all the Sunday Schools with a power pump. At Jaffa tho counties. ejs, a crisis in tho. French bers contnutd on their way down with politic tho fair exchango for a bushel of should bo represented at tha meeting French aro planning to build a haradministration stream on rafts or on foot. It Is Districts. bor. Motor boats ar In service on arp topics which when A and B meeting at half dis- he'id in their respective al turmoil. Hero Foolhardy Haste. probable-that tholr Journey took tance with their commodities to mako These ar not to bo considered as tho Dead Sea, the Sen of Galilee and (lie will tax tho flights of tjio averago tlio exchango? thorn 1 tho Papajcs aiU that somo Coiisn bs wanted to hurrj of local meetings, but each uioctlng iq tho Jordan, carrying both freight and Tho advautago Unaglnatlon. It way Frenchman's It tho . member of tho party went on down Uiliin. It succeeded admirably. til's enmmerco Is that each party for tlio benefit of tlio whole district passengers. ioikjiis tho way for unliuiltdl flights lito river to SauUirom or sont a hurrlid things so lcrslsteiitiy that or fancy, and Purls will havo uoma-tliln- y Increases tho number of his employ In which Jt is held. messenger ahead to that place. it bus miulu itscli' a laughing Htu:k. No: They Didn't Weep Then. to talk about for many days to ments having Instead of wheat alone These meetings are especially imThe. lota In .tho rapids, outsldo of In tint words .cf a Washington and ttliio aVono tho use of both wheat portant because they are held Jmt A passable or even a poor memory como. "Gmvo fears are cutcrtalmfd food, urms, camp material md Instruo Impetuous", quick to form conclu- and wine. at thq tlmo Sunday Schools all over can recall tjio loil'l splash of tlio by tiioso rj'Hponsilile for tlio finances undoubtedly 4uo!udW ments The balanco of commerce in Its trado tho comity are being organized lor act, quick to seize uptears betauso tho Tariff fbrc-t- d photo- ot the admlulHtrutlou tliat, the jarty sions, quick to birds 'ind animals killed ami is large- tho cnsulus summer term. our rallrotuls to pay from 28 to on any topic for nubile discussion, relation with other countries graphs taken from tho tlmo 1hi party hits been procjpltato not to say Dr. E. W. FORD. Soniq of quick to soUo upon any ly tlio dotoralnins factor in Uio lire $30 a ton dor steel rails. quick to. act, trip imr ruthkfijy uxcluugng Tar- toptc.Uor public started on iho Jiortwluck , tb,p trar of a mJon. that ascertains whether J. D. BAUGII. thoso cobs or something of tho sown aliali; lie rich or poor, weak iff duties of a known revenue-produci- ng the plateau. or JNO. W. TAYLOR, order may still bo heard. But did tho cdy will occupy the utago for a while it' jiowor for un income lax of pureBtronK.dpp.oiidentor' Independent. Ship A. D. KIRK, jiver weep .bocauau th" and then It will ho. withdrawn for a Death of Z. Wayne Griffin. ly cfttlmaied revenue potentiality, in let's trad4og nation aro constantly in Committee. American railroad projector iwild W iu new sensation, tor Paris must hae foreign dtbt, and often in financial Mr. V.. Wayno Griffin, who has fttet, the huggestion is now hoard a 'ton for rulbt until the Tariff its new sensation or It would not ho Cheap Rates to Louisville. i boon lit from tuberculosis for about Inner circles that Itwouldhavw btt.n Paris. straits. brought down the prlco? Camdr-(N- . The prepoiileranoe of exports bvr two yrars and whoso death luih beta far wbsor to enact gradually diminKy., Excursion fares to J.) imports may fix tix balance of trade and return. Account Conference tor almost momentarily expected for ton ishing Turlfr rates, aomowbat after House and Lot For Sale. days, died last Saturday ulght about f.ho nuiniW Jn whlh tho isuftir in a luitlons's favor; nevertheless, It Education in tho South Awli 7 to 10. Wire Feicing;. cottugo, lare lot, we) I Bomo other nation is carrying-tfcom 0n Aj,rJJ 5ta aml ,;tn Good 12 o'clock. Mr. Griffin hart mudo a hcIkhIuIu was bandied. Oltstaclcs con- q L & x. Tho famous Kithelman woven wire Department Improved, half square of Ciollego. Call mvrcw, uui flsht asainst iho rtrcadtd trontlng tho Treasury i 01 iraiwjwrHKuuu j wln .j, lx)mld lrlj, tjC4ata JIurtlorJ, fence, und barbed .wire, can bo hail putting tbo law in)o operation are on or address, Jliseasn, patiently, oouragtously uu-Ji- n being iald to tho foreigner, the bal- - Ky j(0uUviUp. Ky.. lor S3.33 for bo-- . ' HO0ICKK WUJ.IAMH, anc. of commerce often is left til tiio 'last. EveothJng that kud, looming up dally." SaKm (Mass.) round trip tickets luiited April Htb, In most any stylo that you may and go;U New sympathetic frij-nd- s Ky. or tho foreign nation, ana loving, itartford, 3it4. lavor Hi H jiISCMKH. Agt. In need of at Likcas & Acton 'a. , GREAT OIL WELL MR. UNDERWUOD'S FORjOOSEVELT JERUSALEM I '"! ni 2-- 3, -- - -- t,,,A ,' ns pf Kis. ge t - v if f && v-- in x I fr .cii.t-J,i.iu- u frh tiu.., n - e, GOO-ml- - ed Mis-patc- h: Freu-Trad- Freo-Tradc- Ts Post-Tiicgra- a JUDGING PAINTINGS. WOMEN OF PGL A NO Ifore Ardent Than the Men In Their Love For Their Country. TOIL ' AGES PEASANT GIRLS. -- tard and Laboring Work Rough Makes Thsm Appear Old and Hag jnard Before They Reach Thirty, f.funn of the Women of the Upper Xlaeses. "Wmjinn occupies n position of prominence In I'olnml. Pome yaoe her hs mipprlor to iiiiin In nearly rtcry wny In the various eouiplrnelea aoil In (la-- revolutions against llussla IVIIsh women luivc hud nn lniM)rtnnt jrjrt. ilimy hate given up nil their rxurfclly pnmls In the cause of their toiletry, while others hnvc fousht on field of liiiltle nnd lost their lives In 1 jjfceuanie cmi-i- 1. Still others have none into cille without n iiiiii'inur. Thny capable of nny saerllice for patriotism, aud they prove their sincerity by .iln-j- r actions. The women nre still the isitirt scaloiis patriots, nuil It Is due to llieiii nioru than the oilier sex that n' jwlrkrtic feeling Is still so intense. writes Xevlu O. Winter in hi TxUsnd of Today nnd Yesterday." Tiie Polish uouicu. lie continues, always been noted for their perfect shape of their hands xuad Joet They take part In all the affairs, and no festival is complete urflAiout their presence. They nre sood linguists, nnd nearly nil Kih-ak tno or three languages. In War--nTI met one young woman of ar twenty summers, just out of xc4mm1. who spoke liusslaii. Uerinan, ffrwich and KuglUli almost us fluently tn tier uative I'olNli. This is not nn 3ecmmon accomplishment. Tie women do not enjoy the social Tt!om of the Ameilcsm girK ns the rfcapenou is still a netesslty to protect "5e good name of a girl. They nre necr left unprotected. Marriages nre Je In ttmeb the same manner as in Vmncti, and the contracting parties know little about each other iwfore they arc joined for better or "2t2us so-vi-7 nine-7fie.-y Expert Advice on How to Go Through Picture Gallery. 1 should recommend you to go through n picture gallery as ono seeking the face of a friend In u crowd nnd to let yourselves be led on by your sympathies. If you ndmlre the work of a num. tinil out all you cam about him; see his work as much hh you can, especially his beginnings. in our times a dlstlmtloii Is made between painting which is decorative nnd painting which is pictorial, which Is. I think, nn unfortunate distinction, nnd oue which should not exist, for all pictures should decorate the walls or places on which they nre placed. That this distinction should exist Is perhaps our own fault In forgetting as we do sometimes that a picture should be ngrccablo to the eye In Its color nnd masses the good old painters never forgot that It seems to me that taste In a picture Is something like natural good manners In man, not depending on the elements the clothes or the picture, but on the temperament It displays and the measure of Its harmony with our acknowledged standards, for a man's picture reveals his outlook on the world nnd Is in tliat sense a part of him. If we choose a person for a friend, we like him. let us say, to be simple nnd natural, reliable and without swagger. WhethcY he Is rich or poor, grave or gay, does not trntter so long ns we can depend on him. And it seems to me that a picture to be iu good taste must have analogous qualities that it should, like our ideal friend, be In accord with the best standards. It should be in harmony with the best we know. I'rom "IJoyal Academy Lectures on Painting," by George Clausen. R. A., It. W. S. MIGRATING BIRDS. FANNING THE SAILS No Playing the Game. Tho womon of Chicago havo found out that tho right to voto brings nnd nlr.o nichns .the of certain privileges. Scccrnl days ago a strike was Inaugurated in ono of tho largo down-tow- n restaurants. Tho proprietor of tho restaurant socurcd an Injunction against these attempting to boycott his place. Women stood In front some of them wcro tho lenders In tho suffra-gott- o movement nnd urged prospective caters to forego slnkc.-s- , plo and milk In tho struck roslaurnnt and sook these digestion destroyers In other places. The women not only usdJ tholr mouths, but they also bcj;an laying on haijls. Ono food se,pkcr left part ot his cent In tho grip of one of the plckctcrs. Then followed n riot, nnd the, police appeared und arnstul one of tho woiiirn. Olhor women t.Uciupt-c- d to rescue her, nrl then tho whole party was arrested. Tho women did not peacefully go to tho station house. Instead of n. hunger strike thity Inaugurated a sitting strike. They sat idown on tho sidowalk and defied the police to touch them. Tho police did lift them up and bodily turrit l thctu to tho station. Thereupon they hold a muss meeting and denounced the police for their brutality and denounc ed, tho authorities ns locking in that chivalry and courtesy which Is Hue to women. Then Carter Harrison, niaycr of the city, simply stated Jthat tho women Jiad disturbed the peace, that an order had been Issued for their t, not boccuao they were women, but because they were breaking the law and that they wreo trcatul a" other law breakers were treated. He claimed, even In the manner of their arrest, there was some chUalry. If they had ben men itho ipollco would have bumped them on tho sldowalks. Thoy were quietly aril deferentially lifted and gently carried to the police station, without vlplcnco on the part of the officers but with the exercise of only the amount of physical fowen cccssary to carry ou the mir-rend- er nr-resor-dor- s. Amount of Wind Raised Aboard a Ship Can Propel It. Q9foedacpe Those of Middle Age Especially. When you have found no remedy for the horrors that the long oppress you during change of life, hours of the day it seems as though your back would break, when your head aches constantly, you are nervous, depressed and suffer from those dreadful bearing clown pains, don't forget that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the safest and surest remedy, and has carried hundreds of women safely through this critical period. Read what these three women say: when-through CONTRARY TO NATURAL LAW. At a Matter of Fact, the Force of the Air Driven Against the Canvas Would Have a Tendency to Send the Vessel Backward Instead of Forward. nn electric fan could lie made large enough to throw a siilllclent amount of wind to move n small sailboat and such a fan was placed on the end of a boat with the wind from the fan blowing against the sail on the ery hint the fan is on. Is It possible "If tMI. Tfc oexirrisge If a goose was berved with gravy at dinner or a ptunpUIn woput in the carriage ns he was meant that the oiler was refused. "He was treated to a fricussee" was uu expression Xmftncntly licard In the olden days. "3Tt? I'olish women of the upper class-tsare sudoubtedly charming and of the graces of true woulaull-swm- . Perhaps It Is the possession of afceft womanly qualities and the lib- of the masculine elements n.ibcrein lies their leal charm. A pen-e- t r brush Is certainly a better than a pen to poitrny such types of womanhood. TSe lot of the peasant woman, how-wvis especially hard, as It Is with stSl Blav, faces, ami this Is noticeable Ucmugtout all the I'olish provinces. '."Mxy Jo more than their full share of aha family work. Sometimes oue will srf'c uiore women in the Holds than men, ca a kaleidoscopic effect of color is rrer Iwen a sacred law to me," says ifttriisli girl, with resignation. When a ai!scugur came with a proposal of will of my honored parents has trk is Shore Lines and River Valley Help Them In Their Flight. Kspci leuces of aeroplane pilots with air currents have given to a noted English naturalist an explanation for the fact that some birds In making their annual migrations tly along coast Hues and along river valleys. Judging from aeroplaue experience birds would dud it required less effort to tly along such routes. In the daytime water cools the air on most days, und over the water there Is n downward current of air. as indicated by the noticeable sinking of aeroplanes and balloons crossing over a pond. At the same time there is more or less of an upward curreut of air along the shore line. posl-Tirw- zte n pos-Kw- me-etlT- r. avtf eVtrtr ar ;nn for birds to take advantage of upward currents of air iu migrating by day if they follow the co.wt of a sea or the bank of n river. The effect would be most mnrked on the vlndwaRl side of the water, so that if the birds di not tly along tint side near the water the ought to. Whether at night there Is an appreciable upward current of air over water is not so clearly established, but lie believes it is likely and so would be of advantage to birds if they wished to use it. A further explanation of such routes Is that th'.-- birds might learn them In their migrations, for shore lines are the easiest of all markings on the earth Upward currents of air greatly help flight, and many kinds of birds are known to take full advantage of them So the naturalist sees an opportunity mm, spks. ftusat, stu the store a a atQl aixkt t ware roliurlM to rations Thuf pi w the grccafcfes, sac bs beard fclea la Urn !?, aiarfclsc BrealBg Pwt. the ehore vorck Icuvm a brisfet pctUcaat : via.: cora-i,(f- i. llae.-flatsrtfay wefi. For n man to say that his wife 'iiims mtuTQ work than a horbe or two ii.vrees Is considered the acme of . 3Tra-jit is 110 wonder that a girl j.atara.lly attractive soon grows old itmO fcaggard. fit bear a large family of children as Tallies' cuteiy for tbe 57oman iorit if&e can do. nnd she Is expected fa regard for pergonal attruc-t.'jc- i lue.ilubly leave their mark 'iirfiwe ixui ' years; hence it Is that thu'-I'olish women look Aint o'ft even befoie they have jivnoed-tlithird decade of life. 'Vtcre mo. .ndeed. few bright spots .1st a PolUti fieabunt glri"s life after of the 4 ilielr yuuth moxriuKti ifljrfcj jire very attractive, and they plcturi?J: jnlr farming in their are tCijue ujt.onai stilt that vimmai' in 'MlJeiii. 'I'hey generally . iirttfoott Iu Miiumur. lor boots wtot aaum-y- . Somi'tlmes they will .thfli- - Imotrt when going id chuicti Mui. auli ".t them uii Jui iietoie en rurins lit- nictiiary. on the lalli'nails a'Lki uii.ut-i- i iii!Clin; d.iinV I aiked n fellow pas i rjtor vmi ,e railway In !iiii-i&ad din it t,. lips or women iiimu. the tawcn win iilu-- ami li in ininil. iuut vniUl iiiiicely believe that the.v 43 iJ U h.iril wnil: of tln.it inTiii.iiiiiii. Vt. -Nt.d they do the wmU t't(er j2iah th'- i u' t " he ivplled I hare Men them uirry At Cr he miiMtiis anil mart' i ' whei. i. v buildings are lhig fcts 'I'iii-.- were. bi.uling the How heiU l'i .lie parks and iii'iv doing SKt' 4Vtl'v ih Well IIH the III havi- - diiiii- - It I'hey Tvt-r palm u houe It did rVai; illffeietuc wlietliil theiv a dozen vuuueii uorl.ltig tint'.-O'tKfe'' il'ere wiik always uric man . sitiQ dl.t ! if ilng tii'l ait as oireer Along '" toaiU they may Uo rcch t,r inishhig n'yJiu 'i .ivy 1'iitnlkIlu-iisaded Miiellatiou.'. whole lining vvor! that twy til (,t ' allOUuth. Vut'dl'ev v. i wl ti oj-.'i- u yof e hag-.vss.es 1 a -- Ilnrd the ..are of work, u numerous wlthjlttle fam-a'.? Europe Kr tunntlu The United States bus for so lone iu the realm of size been that it comes almost as a shock to realize that the largest railway tunnels are on the coutlnent ,of Europe. Of these the longest Is the SImplou. twelve and a quarter miles through the Alps. Two others, the St. Cothard and the. I.otsehberg. are over nlue and mllen long, and the Mont Cents Is over seven miles long. In ah there are fourteen tunnels over four miles long. The longest tunnel In this country Is the Iloosac, four nnd one-thimiles long. American Machinist one-third rd Italy's Piuma Grasi. Pluma grass, used in Italy for the manufacture of brooms for sweeping highly polfched tloors. Is a produi-- t of swampy regions, particularly In l.ouifiaidy, southern Veuetla and uorijicru Knillla. In wlil.-t- i It Is Mild in giow iilmiiilantlv Mnutiin. .omhaidy. Is the center of tin.- tiadu lu plu inn J.US4. muiiiul Maiituu gtithei It dining the lirhl three weeks' Iu September, about two weeks betole it begllln (O hloiUI south-eutitern IV.'ii-.iut- ;. 'b -- h Self Pity. Self inly, mitinjly, lucutallj and physically, tends li" depress nnd weaken thu victim, to render him The person who Is and impiac'th-al- . chronically furry tor hliiihclf becomes u nuisance, lit thinks the world owes hi in whim thing, mid hi "no ambition la life is to colkvt the debt Woman' World v viis 1 Family Repartee. "N'tt man i good enough foi n good Minimi ' "Yuii'if right, my dear. It'ji iinpiisilih to please one." nbsn-lutvlHe-tlO- flee Pin Last Resource. U liiokei I barn oue falthftil fiiotid left. Hulks (nls Innkei -- Whit i" !tV .lames My pipe. I cur. still draw on that.- - Stray Slorie. .Iiiuii'rt - in tut 'iliM-Me- "lltiiS i i i'i- - ilillghtful oi.ly Iu the A straight Hue Is the shorten Ir. inoraU ua iu mathematics. Kdgcwurtti Ohio County Court: Application for openlnB new road beginning on tho Hartford and Itock-po- rt roakl between D. J. K. JIaddox and Thomas Render farms, running In a Easternly direction along tho line, and in an oi'd road bed between Otha Ashby farm on ono side farms belonging to the D. J. K. Maddox farm and L. J. and J. E. Render en tho other side; thenco throueh the farm of J. L. and J. E. Render; thenco along the line, and ouc-ha- lf on each of the following farms:'!!. L. Ashby and C. M. Urown, Q. H. Drown on tho oue side and L. J. and J. E. Render, 1.. D. Fulkerson, A. E. Chapman on the other to thu In tersection ot tho Uroadwuy road at tho corner of the J. L. Southard and Q. II. llrown farms, which latter point Is to bo tho end of said road, itoad is up Then' ft one clTeel ii ilie electric fan to bo 30ft. wldo Its entire length. which lulcht surprise you -- It would 1'otltioneis: h. J. It'iidcr nnd tend to ililve your boat backward in others. It would push tcail of liirwaiij. Adeill-rd- , ns provldnd by Kon-tuclguiusl nil like the priv'lh'l' or nn Statutes, Lhnpter I in. feroplauc. ami to make It ilrixe your T. II. UKNTON, boat forward yen would have to face County Road Engineer. the fun mound, so that its leaetion Would be upon the niuio.-pliel'-n behind , Bost Family Laxative Instead of ahead of the boat, and lu I'wt Ur. lloUdlO or COIIHtilKttltlll. lllier cam your sail would be not only '.seles-- i but nn enctimb am e.- - Cnrielt KIiik'h New Kile 1'llln and l.ciji well. P. Seniss In Now York .lournal. Cliurli-K. Sinllli, ot Wtbl Mi'o. "Our FranMlu, .Mt., calU tli(;in Correcting ths Juclgt, . liuiilly laMithe." Notliliifj rieinr for "fin I iliKk'islnml joil lo wiy. nski-i- i j JJc. tin Judso, "tlitit lii leinarkK wciei sulinbi or ap'd. t!tt theni imiII. All Oriioh'tM r acrliuuniniisV" ",N'i. Jiitlat'.'.vour Junior: I didn't suy If. K. liuclilin k i'u. J'hUitdelpliia 111 (lint. I s.i Id Im Just h utno ut in", t ' or St. l.ouin. ain't iixuin' tu iliilm lliiil he done uluit , lu illtln't iln." Illi initial). mi Atelier- - Results of Insurance Suspension. Mill. The pefjilo ol KtJitucl, luixo x lintK rcsardid tin liuuran.ee as a 'J'liete nre iieoplti wiio do not know matter of cotinu thut It lb uifiJcult how to vjsie :lieir lime uloiitt, uud for them to uiiiIitkIuiuI what hf lii'iitt' become tiie tcouri'e ut buy alvtence ul It will mean Jo tlip Htatf UuuultL oud Ito liojliitius. if'iro luauiuuvo is sit-nitj. I 1 ! peo-Vl.-l- that It could moc the bout? The nr gumeut Is tint the fan, being on the same limit as the sail, cannot move ifelf. tint as the air detaches ltelf from the fan and hits the sail, my Idea Is that It can. prntldcri It has the strength to move the boat. Please give an answer." This question is wortli answeilng because It involves a principle ut physics that ought to be iiulvetsally- - under stood and luiioiaiu-- of which may lead to tiie waste of both time an" I money upon Inventions that will not work. The writer of the question thinks that because the air. as she expresses It. Is "detached from" the fan when it starts otr to strike the sail. It ought to act like au ordinary wind und push the boat before It. Itut she would not think so If she rellected that the particles of air ill I ven from the fan reemble u swarm of bill lets shot from u gun. The uir particles get their foice from the run as the bullets get theirs from the gnu. and jiiM as the gun recoils with a font-- equal to tlurt which It lin parts to the bullets, so the fan, whether driven by electricity or steam or turned by hand, inevitably recoils with the same amount of force that it Im parts to the uir To make clearer the comparison be tweeti a stream of bullets from a gun and a stream of wind from an electric fan. Imagine u Maxim gun placed at the rear of a boat and an Impenetrable target at the front, and then suppose that the gun should hurl a continuous current of bullets against the target Anybody can see that tbe boat would not be driven forward, because the lecoll of the gun would constantly force It backward with rthe same energy with which the bullets, striking the target, forced It ahead. Itut If the gun were placed on shore qr on another support Its stream of bullets striking the target would drive tiie boat forward, because then theli effect would be like that of a wind blowing freely across the water unit having no connection with anything on the tioat. An ordinary wind Is able to""drlve a boat whose -- ail it strikes hccaiiM- (that of the wludi is not upon the ImatT but upon the great mass ol or upon the earth. the atmiK-phci-c The principle to be remembered and ignorance or forgetfulness ot which has (M the happliu-s- s of mote than oue uneducated Inventor's life. uu mechanical force ran be pro duced without an expenditure of en ergv precisely equivalent Never for taat tier cm to ao acttoa wtta cut eons I reaction nnd tisst if the actios Hire Its orlcta ritkln the Units jf (Ik h!ii(7 (hat 13 ccted upon the reuctlau will clso be feU wtlhlu tUor.s name limits. Your electric fan would drive a toy vessel pkired on the deck of your boat, although It would nut drive the boat Itself, because, with regard to the toy vessel, the breeze from the fan would have an Independent origiu. like an ordinary wind blowing over a lake, and its reaction would not be upon the toy, hut tipou the boat over whose deck the toy glided. If you nre Inside a car nnd push upon the car you cannot move it as you cou!d If you stood upon the ground mitside mil pushed. Iu the first case your iclloii and reaction are both upon the cast-- the action ?iir. but lu tin Is upon the ear und the reaction upon the ground outside. The same thing Happens if you suspend u bar above by pulling rour head and lilt .wmr-e- lf down on it, and altcrwaid put the bar under , our feet ami tr.v to lift yourself by pulling up on it oii succeed lu lilting yourself lu the tir- -t ease, but win fail in the sisouit. because when the bar Is under your leet the I owe if your pull leads upon your own body and luges, it douti Just us much mcdiciiio 1ms done for me. I failed tori inly during tho last winter every one remarked about my npiienniiicc. I Mif. nnd stimiiii-r.ant- l feivd from a female trouble and always had trains in my back, m appetite and nt times was very weak. :i friend's hotiso one day nnd she thought I neede- d"I was Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I took it and have gained eight iiountls, have tv good appetite nnd am feelir.g lietter every day. Everybody is asking me what I am doing and I recommend iA'dia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. You may publish this letter if you wih and I hope others who havo tho same complaint will see it and get health from your medicine as' I did." Mrs. A. IIounu.nu, DU T Stanton St., Buimlo, X. Y. I was troubled with a lwaring down pain and Richmond, Va. a female weakness and could not stand long on my feet. Or all the medicines I took nothing hcliwd me like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I am now regular and am getting along line. I cannot pratso the Comixiund too much. It has been a blessing to me and I hojw it will Ik? to other women." Mrs. D. Tvlek, 123 West Clopton St., South Richmond, Va. So. From Mrs. Hornting, Buffalo, N. Y. Hpffai.0, N. V. "I am writing lo let yo't know how much vonr Was A Blessing To This ' Woman. Pains in Side, Could Hardly Stand. Loni, Wis. "I was iu a had condition, suffering from a female trouble, and I had such pains iu my sides I could hardly move. I had taken tho whole of ono bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- - ' etable Compound 1 felt lietter, and now I am well and can do a good day's work. I tell everybody what your medicino has done for me." Mrs. John Thompson, Lodi, Wisconsin. lie-fo- re et medicine made and it II our women are to become ama-zon- s bas restored so many sufferingwomcntohenltti. they when there are strikes to LTDIA E.PINKIIAM MEDICINE CO. must adopt the mothods of the ama-zon- s (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. feYour letter will be opened, read and answered and not these of the other dRO'mjiKXKP' by a woman and held in strict conlldence. males who did dllictantc fighting around the walls of Troy. The amazons at Troy cut off one WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH breast in order that their throw In arm tnlht not be hindered. They ask S50.00 a Week, almost $10. a Day ed for no quarter because of their sex. They fought to conquer, realisBe. tins Victor Safes nml boxes to merchant, doctor, InwyiTH, ing that ir they lo3t their lives wto and res'taraa well tiwlo farmer, oil of tlioui realize the nrnl forfeited. When Mlncra went ouf ofas-ifo- , hut do not I. now how enry It la to own our proposition one of our. to fight she, too, askal no consideratfiB K"t, clA cut nioney m.iklrt; ojijiorlunl-tli-- i reivtted. Without jiitvIoiim rirl-piu-tion .because of her s.x. YOU cjii duplicate thi moreen ofolfirr. When Venus, the btautlful, took Our lmi Momely lllualriitol Bio pace catalog will Cllible von to nrrM'tit the uljrrt lo run. a turn at fighting on an aftornoon in lomi'M In u tiitcn-'ilni- ; a manner im though tln-were JIhu throuKh our f.iotory. one of those crowded hours when youe;m u I'llotti-- - mlviec nnd Instructions for nelllni; appoint) d us m iafen. irliimr nieiiithe fate of Troy Jiung iu a balance, convlneluK talkliiK lonit which It Is lmiollIe for a precth(i to denjr. WliJ uuil b luu w iiie ursv in ujiptjr iruiii juur vniiuiy leiure BOnuulle CUUItCtll tho territory! findshe was wounded in her little Wc can favor only one j.ilcjuun out ot rucli locality. TlieUth annlverfary of our er. She screamed and ran away up company i4 celebrated ly through the clouds to Jupiter arri rreciliiKtlie most modern rate, factory In the world. WWe- -' tearfully pleaded with him to hull aake men Ux rrcelTrd our fightteelnl celllUK -Inducement, a thunderbolt against the Crook It usees:-.?ing man who threw a apear at hr. our out put. We. ara sjenlm mni'y UhiumiicIs of dollars When our women eater into the Uririnir our bales omauliattofj but to learn all particulars, I business of government and all else lrlllcoityou only tlxi prloo m ud . men at load bao a rl(.ht to posul card. that they rJy Ui rale o tho Ask fer Catalogue 16T. amazon up to tho limit and not that THE VICTOR of tho tearful Venns. Compound has been tho standard remedy f or female ills. No ono sick with woman's ailments does justice to herself If slio docs not try this fa- For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable from roots herbs, mous MBWrite IV $200. - - That's In Are-pro- cit p s i" i de-ma- . Notice. . SAFE TvOul & LOOK GO. Nw Hpme, M.,.kw. u .ita vi !.? sr Owaetiy; 20,000 Sals Annually. CINCIIiATI, OHIO I with tho business fabric, ' being Uio basis of commercial credit, and (suspension pf Uio Inaur-- 1 ance comnanles btcauvo of tho en- o actmoat or tho law will have serious and effect. Thcro wai a similar busi.rnBIon in Missouri last year btauv of U10 laws, inu ui uuiiuxiuuh companies remaining out until tho! objectlonablo leatiirfb wore nullified by tho action cf the Hta.'i- - oftlclals, on tho of tho business In-- 1 tcrota. Tiio i.rli.cj,i.l effects of tho Buspcusloii there are summarized a. Olonn-Green- cloBoly Interwoven the ccrantiy au hoBtv to husncas In- ' ' tcrcsts. erf tfils aud oUicr roeults of ttvo insuDonce uliorttigc, tho busl- or tho statu finally iictoa interests ttuUJT. forcod by thg m ,twJ( whch Jn a COUU)rOJIU8 umk.r wllch tho lMWlMe Comanles 1,:1e n nc-tIo- Wcro crmUod to mvu 1 with safety. -- Spring Blood arid n, Dur, w,ntcr ,Uos ttccumuIate Systom V' m .)Iood becalIloa of eommcrelal orclits Z lutir. ' by wholcfiilfi h, Jt.libcnt und inauu- tired, weale and , iLCtu BlectrJc JIU-- i rci s lerstho . sprint Honle and eyBtoin Holdlna up of building leant- anil . '"' "' "e0,:, other invcstmenlH d.penti.nt upon the ,0 W,,"- -' lirotcoUou of flu Insurance fo. th.,r B,1,u ' ""I"". cp'l blood iui- security l',lr,U 0,,p lnability to mtuiu bans from tank. 1,w,ll1l um! 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If you wrlto for f know that Calomel is Mercury, and that its mcrcurious effects will Stubborn, Annoying Coughs Grlssby's ruin tho system, while is purely vegCured. "3Iy husband had a cough for fif- etable, and can be used with perAsk J. H. Williams, teen years and my son for eight fect safety? .lD2y years. Dr. King's New Discovery com- Hartford, Ky. pletely cured them, for which 1 am Now Goes into Foreign Pockets. most thankful,'; writes Mrs. David The b'eneflts of tho nc.w Tariff are .Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. What Dr. King's New Discovery Old for these not appaenrt to marly of us. I had perception was men, It wlj do for you. Dr. King's supposed this loss of due to my lack of business knowledge ew Discovery should bo In every I encountered one of tho largStops hacking coughs, re- until home. Jn this grippe and all throat and est woolen manufacturer lieves la country on Sunday evening. Ho said Money back It It lunB ailments. many thlnfe's that amazed me, but falls. AH druggists. Price 50c and I shall only attempt to quote him on $1.00. one of tho least important of all his & Co. Philadelphia II. E. Bucklen have mojic notes of his m criticism. To or St. Louts. conversation was Impossible seeing that the gathering was a social onc arid to recall thq abstract but conFOR FLETCHER'S vincing figures he quoted would be hazardous. However, here is a sample .... eel eei of them: Sheriff's Sale. "in tho northeastern part of Scotland a black wool is grown upon By vfrtuo of an execution issued sheep that will not produce any ethfrom tlio Ohio Circuit Court In fawas vor of II. U. Bovveu vs. John Docker er kind. It Is of a low grade, and sold to American purchasers for four $7.30 together with $8.40 anil infor per. nound. it had only one use, terest at C per cent from the 20th day cents namely, for the production of cheap of July, 10ia, 1 or one of my depuThq duty ties will on MorVlay, April C, 1011 blaek woolen material. cents or 125 per at tho court house door in Hartford, thereon was five enKentucky between the hours of 10 cent. Now that tho duty has been tirely removed, American manufaca. in. and ti p. in. offer for sale the buy the rough, following laud situated in OJ1I0 coun- turers ought to fleeces at four cents a ty, Kentucky to satisfy the abovo exe pound; but the canny Scots exact cution. nln- - cents a-- pound. The fivo cents One lot or piece cf land folng In that formerly wont to Uncle Samuel tho Southwest corner of a tract of goes directly into Scotch pockfound bousht by thq saW Robertson now ets. It Is a class of wool produced of M. A. .Miller and I. I. .Miller her else: Wo have to havo it, beliusbanTl and M. J. Spelnuui June 28, o American procause tho 1S93, and dcul recorded In Deed book Isn't equal to tho demand. The No. 27, page 370, said lot bounded as duct thing is true of certain high hero Vlescrlbed. Beginning at the cor- same Tho ner of the said Robertson, Southwest grades of steel, used for tools. present Tariff merely transfers tho aero survey, corner of his forty-flv- o money .that formerly came to tho and runnlnu with his 'North and S. Treasury as ilutks So foreign pockthirty-fiv- e lino 90 yards; thence East yards; thence South 90 yards; thence ets." Brooklyn Eagle. West with the lino of Bald Robertson' HowsThls? yards and W. B. Wilcox thlrty-flY- o Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reto tlio beginning corner containing ward for any case of Catarrh that threo thousand onq hundred ami fifty cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh square yaiUs. Cure. Tho said lot lying and being in tho F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. county or Ohio and Statu of KenWe, the underslfned, havo known tucky. It is agreed and understocll F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, that the Mineral and coal rights Is anid believe him perfectly honorable excepted In tills conveyance and sale. In all business transactions and fiIt Is understood by tho party of tho nancially ablo to carry out any obBocond part that tho party of tho ligations mado by his firm. first part does not sell tho mineral NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. or coal rlgbt In Deed of conveyance. Toledo, 0. Comoytil to John O. Docker by Phil Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken In1907, and R. Robertson, Nov. acting directly upon the recorded in deed book No. 31, pago ternal' blood and mucous Burfacds of the C04, Ohio Qounty Clerk's Office. sent free. Testimonials Levied on as tho property of John system. Prico 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Dockor. Druggists. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C, Take Hull's Family Bills for constipation. Boys Grown Up. Ead Your Liver Lacks Grlgsby's In his frlst report to tho pooplo Try a bottlo today. Satisfacof CoolnJIo, Mr. Tynan, Warden of Penitentiary, tion guaranteed. Ask J. 11. Williams, tho Colorado Stato lD2y struck tho Keynote of his phJlcsoph) Harttbrd, Ky. ax sold Tnrnd.'so lcst" for20, American money. I'cor Chat-tcrlc- n oiio or the bright st minds cf his day, coinmlttcd suicide by Jumping frcm l.or.Mon Uridgt Into tho River Thamrs. It vn3 cltltT this or t. s'nrvatloii, anil ho selected tho Ills vcracB woro a drug on tho i nnrkct. Slinkusiicaro soeurod from his jilu)8 sufficient to Iteep body and suol together nr.ll niako merry with ft few of his chos;ii friends. Mtcraturo was poor bread winner In tlican days anil the man or woman who dveri'Js upon lllcraturp ttUaj', lias crowned tliflr of gutless forts, s'anUs a precarious chunuo of making u fortune. It 1b pleasant to cat) a'tontton to certain facts rectntly brought to Ugh. In tho roent divorced trial In which tho wlfo of tleorgo II. Uroadhurst iwa.i jiroven to tlio court that Uroad-- j hurst's intcmo is ?125,u00. TI1I3 Is from tliu njnl Jts on his plays 'alone. rij'ffo Kltch, who began life un- , Ur r very Impoverished circumstances, left a fortuno of 2."0,000. lbs. and his plays tue each yuir turnliiK Jn a s'lady Income to his estate. alter Ilrawne, who wrote "Every-wonian- ," knew what lit was to starve. It Is related that five months before "Every woman" was produced he wandered Into Jlrown's Chop House, In New York and met a party of friends. "If I only could raise $30," he sighed. "What for?" was asked. "I would got a divorce," ho replied. did not got He Idld nut havo a divorce, died on the night of the first performance of "nvcrywoir.a'.i," and his widow rscclvdJ $105,000 the first year in royalties from his play. Last fall a crop cf manuscript novels was swelled by tho statement that a $10,000 prlzo for a novel had been von by Lona Dalrymplc, a young Irl In Passaic. t Thcro Is a fortuno in the pen if the. right hand directs Jt and the right mind is behind It. LItcraturo Is an uncertain field, .but It is one' rich with opportunity, a field which does not discriminate against sex. Fortunes have ,bcen made and fortunes will continue to bo made by tho fortunate writer of plays.H poetry or ordinary fiction. Milton $100 In for-iikI a philosophy founded on tho Fohlcn rule. In speaking of his plnns and hopes to return to tho BtntQ valuable assets In the form of good cltlKcna In exchange for tho unprofitable derelicts Bint him, Mr. Tynan says: "Bad urn, when one "cts closo to them, at" only bad boys grown up. The old :U(a that imprisonment Hliould be purely punitive has K0110 tho way of other ancient cruelties and stupidities lionucatlittl to us by tradition. Penal servitude is no longer consldcn d society's revenue .upon tlio imllvldual, but society's efforts to reform and to reclaim. The mod ern puni'entlary that sends out mid unstrengthencd men Is only a iuc nace to the societj It is sifppoged to protect. I Hull the criminal nattne of which we hear so nine 1 Is, nftcr all, only human nature And Jiiinmu nature has always been more amendable to Miuare-nce- s and KinduoKS than to punishment nnd unfairness. "March National Magazine. , d. Lss2 i4' t m f- c- V IH r j. "aaJ. J11 li;Mf zmmmmA. lloc iispssi prtunt From ilio found li-cf tb Stale to Tlio oclr eompUle collection la cxl.lcaca t r of t: s t ite 1 St ic in m V ath- rielurci of nil Pr lnR(rjn to NiNon. 1., iclo.i r. nc.nsln cio . ripvcty uc,trvr .r ilrou ,Con-c- nlate tr!iturkyMaptlninCo Ii Hand oral tlutrlcts, o' . Lalct ke .tucy Ccr 1'ull.n-dcor.i- i i'tc-Ictcm ,prltha ccn'olcteimpofthel tatir. wjtlil." InihalliitorK .1 Kentucky ekr cliierlvtntlcl-olitica- l ttiafoui 1 n of Uic t. tc totlicptceittin.c. Hln-luJe- i: Alt StiteOHci Is. Ktc utivo I)ciarlrociit. All Dcmrtipents of tUaSntc Go eminent i' It the licaue or etch II artmntcnlt -- c! lenl tone ! It their rjhrles. VaiiuLS Kent ici.-- Iloir If iarl C irts with their t tnu ttitli oillccrs and ru 'ticj. lolitl;,il I .Tnlttccj nnd Organlratloiis of the fc'ite. Kennedy 1"- - :rl itaics fienatorj. KtntucLy Chief of f'e Konlucfcy House. Concrealonal lu' lien. biiinrtj. fciril.rrs Commie ilon benatothl IJlitrlcts. Itillrrril Couatlca of lcntuLky, w.itn made and tissa wtiat Counties. All of the Vital S lalUtiea of Kentucky. This unique and valuable AiL.3 i free miWMmm FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN Ail Pictures cf Kcntuchy'a Governors tL a: J HI l. Grlgsby's that delicious liver syrup, has displaced calomel In nearly every home. Good for grown-up- s and children alike. Ask lD2y J. II. Williams, Hartford, Ky. r. 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If not now a sub.ribcr, send S3.00 for a full m m Dally ETening Pott, ono year Kentucky GoTernor'a Wall Chart Hartford Republican, 1 yr $3.00 ..fS a el - $1.00v $3.50 91.S0 ALL THREE FOR Did you CASTORI A Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Before the fcrtiliter salesman arrives, go to your dealer and explain to hlra tfiaf. vnu will not bu v 2 ter cent, eoods that contain only do pounds of Potash. per ton. Show him that modern, profitable fertilizers contain from 5 to .1 0 per cent. Potash, arid that the composition of crops and the cnecT or crops on sons rcuuire mat the per cent, ot rotasn snouia DC increased until it is as great as, or J Y " SEE HIM FIRST! phoric Acid In the fertilizer, t is this grade of goods that pays and your dealer best, l lie quatmtx ana quality of the crops are better and the; actual plant food costs less pcr'pbimd: -- .. -- .. D.L Mh frnim urn, aur dvm irnii PmfluH FormuUM We will sell tou Po(aih Salt W. lnanvauantltvfrom2QUDOunda Write,tor prices.. . 'iWi W-.u- ATafr than, the ner rent, of Phos. POTASH joe rm GUHMI Mil BtiMWII, McCrricklleci.Clilcif.. au a inin ani. " StneMk.Bi.. Emeiienet WMlatC(niraiia lldc. NivOrltaas 25 CalJonila St. See Fruclte n Hmt.iK. NlKJin .t. ,uii.si.r I.J Children Cry CASTORI A Daily Courier-Journ- al aaae teasaaaeafflaaaaaa $6 1 a Year Sunday iliMistfiipSff vea3VleV tPSSitUMMS t eB leH LaWi eS' eV! -- Courier-Journ- al $2aYear REAL NEWSPAPERS low-srad- Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National News State News Market Reports Foreign News Political News of Everything for Everybody Local News This fine saddle and harness tfcst-Uo- n, Mack Eagle, will stand tfca present season of 1911 at my BtiM In Ccntertown, Ky., aiH will be irttr mltted to serve 'marcs at $i'.00 to Insure a living colt. Money duo .isxa tho fact is ascertained or mara fa traded or transferred. Lien retained on all colts until season is (ct&l-Cartaken to prevent accidents, ibat will not bo responsible; should tinry -occur. Mack Eaglo was sired uy .Cod: ho by Red Squirrel." ji'ei Eagle, Black Squirrel, he by Black MajiB- -. Ills first dam was McLacklo. o t ePaaafeaafJafjaHaeeT' Are you Interested In what is taking place Uay by day all over tho worltl.? If you aro you NEED THE COURIER-JOUNRAL. If thore is an aeent in your town glvo him a trial order one month-Da- lly 50 cents, with Sunday 75 cents. If thcro is no agent In your town givo your order to tho paper in which this allvortlsement appears (you may set a special' clubbing rate), or send thg order . direct to thq Courier-Journa- l. Ms WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L been discontinued, but FARXi aS'D FAMILY, a most excellent .illustrated monthly niagazlno, is a worthy successor. Tho prlci Is o'njy 25 ceuts a year. Ask for a Baniplo copy. Gouiier-JotJrii- al el' ' ' (ePW Black Bob Is a coal block. viUn high, good iint? mealy points, 14 flnq length, and a model Jaclc Hus. grand siro was tlm noted. Jack. C!' Black Bob, his slro tho wcll.kutyn. Reno Jack, l(o baa fahovvii UIicHitl" to bo a fine jack and an oxcclUat: foal fetter, , 1- ALVA CALLOWAY. Ccntertown, Ky. Bompang To Prevent Blood Poisoning apply at once the wonderful old reliable OK: POKTKRS ANT1SEITIC HIIALING OII..atuv Slcal dtcttiuir (bat relieves pain nud heaU er -c auc time. .Nt a lialiaeut. .'5c. S0cSUt Incorporated LOUISVILLE. KY. whom wo have with us one day In blast, many of them suffering untold THREE MILLION every week, 52 weeks In tho year. hardships from exposure and hunger. The miners thruout tho United ARE UNEMPLOYED OTHKIt XUSK. Rnt.rrd nrcor.llng to law t th l'oBtofflM' SLites are railed upon nnd urged to Wfori1, Ky.. an mall nrntter ot the Moond hold meetings and pretest to UiC3o In It Is reported that John Aiooro has cIam, begun to have wntcr carried up to authority ngainst Uierc outrages. Tho Ohio county miners have taken the Radical Legislation byFrec Trad. his bnek yard, fork is spring fishing. C. M.'BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor (Hniphns'j on the have.) up and will hold moeUng3.,scnd ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor matter ers Has Produced Bad Results Another valued member of the H. resolutions to members cf Congress L. L. L hr.ll to be dealt with In and to the President of tho United in Our Industrial Life. Address all communications to Siatcs, along theso Une3. a rath.r harsh manner, Prol. Henry ' The Hartford Republican. i.each, one of tho charter members, A Matter of Politics. to. IIh offense was nceoptltiK a In tho last week's Appcnlto reason pcsltton as a member of tho faculty NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Although tho business feature of tho following statements Bobwrllwrn tlrnlrlnff tlie purer ont to n new are made. In Hartford College. ddrtwa mnit gl?e the oM uildrrM In ranking the the fire insurance suspension in KenThree million unemployed men tramp Wo suro hated to sec you go, Mqnrt. tucky is now the question of greatest tho streets cf tho United States Henry, but ou brting It on yourself. BoftncKK t.ocnln nml Notices Wc ter line nml Jc Importance, to since It threatens looking for work. On .March 7 a spec You ' nd notice of what would happer line for with mlillttonnl Innortlon. It activity, commercial ObltnnrlcK, Itmulntlnuo noil Cnril t Think .'.c paralyze, in! edition qf this paper will be issued pen to you nnd you can't blame the must bo remembered that the trouble setting froth jiff line mone.Tln nchiiiice. a" array of terrible facts boys, for boosting ou out'en the betrpe, bat other hrJl its orlsin In politics. The state Church Notlrrg for proving that capitalism has fulled at loved oilier. barch advertisement", re ler line. which 13 appointed provjJlng Insurance board, will receWe no These three million Jobs. Anonyinou" communication by the state auditor, and of which men will bo Passenger nttentlon. summoned as witnesses Wo notice In Al's dope that 13. Ruby iiffoon is chairman, is re to prove editheso statements. This Woodward and Wllburn TInsley went e law. sponsible for the 7E3JSF3I01TSC. Passenoer tion wllll contain letters from the to Louisville last week on some sort . .... board considers men themselves. Cvira'e cr lasii Tho state Insurance Th ro will bo stories of base ball business, so he, Al, said ZZv.;v.o.:..',.... Z"aria.oro' that it was put into office to reduce from wives nnd chKUrcn, the whole at least. Wrong aaln, Al, It was insurance rates by Jaw. In fact, tho making a human document such as onlly the call of the Hilly Goat sturf way to go lower insurance rates Is FRIDAY, MARCH 27. ncer before came from .a printing which Is supposed to l on tap on to have fewer fires, since rates are press. or about .March 17th. "This Is our (INCORPORATED) based upon losses. It isan absurdity Such a condition would, seem to be private opinion quietly expressed." AU roads lead to the ball practice to try to get lower fire Insurance very strong appeal to the reason "Woodlo" and "Tins" both say that a lots. KY. rates in a 3tato where tho insurance of tho voters of the United States. It wasen't on as per schedule. You business Js already ibeing dene at a Here we have Bring on tho Lincoln hlgliway,atM refcrenco made to the could see disappointment plctttrl In loss because of excessive fires, with- vast army bring It this way. of unemployed. In another overy wrinkle, on their old faces. doing anything to Improve fire paper out comwp notice the farmer's Gov. Coltjultt has been persuaded protection or fire prevention condi plaint Death of Mrs. Ann Rowan. about tho reduction In the tions. In fact, the state Insurance price to come back into tho union. of tho things ho has o market Miss Ann Rowan died at tho homo ' worse, board only made a bad matter Government ownership of railroads as it was supported by a tax lcvli)' From the WcsJ. comes Ihq statement 0r ,er nephew, Mr. Rowsugar beot Industry will go ay morning after is about to become a reality In upon the Insurance premiums, and that the out of existence after this year, some ' illness, of pneumonia fever. She was Alaska. still further increased U12 cost this of tlio plants have already closed down' umost 75 years old. She was a woma of the business, and made It the Wonder why Gov. McCrcary didn't more unjust to ask a reduction of and thp laborers there thrown out of 0f prominence and large influence In , And lastly comes thoi,er community, and a sister of Mrs. just charge the Lite legislature up rates on an already unprofitable busi- employment. statement of a banker who has stated j, to the Republicans. ford, of Hartford. She was a ness. o lifelong consistent member of the M tho financial legislation, "We Regardless of justice and economTiy denounce Villa and Carranza? not know wliero wq aro at." Church, South, and the funeral In Mexico it Is not a crime to .be a ics, the board, being politicians, tried These conditions should appeal to was conducted at Woclward's Valley every to force reductions in rates. In bandit. It Is a profession. reason of those who supported the by her pastor. Rev. (.'ashman Saturcase, however, It failed to comply the cam day afternoon and was largely any more men with ani- - with the provisions of the law, and Democratic policies In the last It there are paign, tho adoption of which has 'b!tlon to marry one of the Wilson the companies were ablo to defer the created such a disturbance In our InClris they willl have to hurry up. greater reduotlona ordered. The board dustrial system. Card of Thanks. thereupon decided to get a law un The Democratic theories of govern If John Bull gets obstreperous over der which it would be easier for it We wish to thank our kind trlends ttie canal tolls question, why not to have Its own way, and one of the ment do not work out In practice and neighbors for their kind assistSot moat objectionable features of the as well as they should like they would ance during the illness and death of With my Feed either from the cow nobolize Gen. Rosy Jones and when (declared In a campaign. Iist our Idear llttlo baby, Thelma Sun- or Its owner. The reason Is simply her on him. Glenn-Green- e law Is the clause which year hardly an idle laborer who want shine. May God's blessings bo upon that they both know they can get no requires tho companies to make and The woman who says she was a Job could befound; the farmers were them all. better. Bereaved parents, o rates, and then first Bweetheart should be apply a schedulle wealth Inf their com MR. AND MRS. L.UTHKR MILLER. OUIt HAY IS KSI'KCIAI.LY FINK. board bringing ercat permits the state Insurance I have lowland grass, well curthrough the sale of their .reminded that it is the last one at any time to orjer a flat per- munltles at high prices; the sugar In ed, timothy or alfalfa and at prices iiUbi counts. Penalty to Soon go On. any class. That products centage reduction on dustry was Increasing the wealth of that will surprise you. All kinds of It Js our conviction that, only soft means Just as much .work and money the country and furnishing work to a The taxes recently levied by the feed for all kinds of animals aKd fowls. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN City Council of Jlartford aro now men will wear feathers In wasted, and It all comes out of the beaded large number of laboring men who Consultation and examination free. their hats, no matter what the. fash-io- a rate. The only changes In rates .which are now looking for work; anil the due .and I am ready to collect and receipt for same. The penalty of 6 may decree. changes downward. All kinds of 'diseases treated. Office makers are popular are banking life of the country was in Lhc por cent will soon go on. So pleaso If conditions would justify reduc 2nd floor, Cascbler building. x The Produce Merchant prosperity. Croat many people think that since A do not neglect this matter but Cet .would be no full flush of tions in rates, there to There is not a doubt but there arc ready to pay now. In order to avoid HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY jgrape Juice diplomacy has failed IEAVKR SAM, KY. cause for complaint, but the rccoitd brfa about peace Jn Mexico it is only or- matters to correct Jn our finances and the penalty. Office in First National of the board shows that it our Tariff schedules, but the radi- Bank. tiott to try Krape shot. J. P. STEVENS, ders reductions and will not per in unnatural 33tf. Wilson might mit any increases in rates, no mat cal and to our institutions Marshal City of Hartford. tip doubt President have causreport that; the man who wrote the ter how much they ane justified by measures of tho Democrats ed disastrous results In nearly every platform has changed his the conditions. Penocratlc phase of our Industrial life. The board apparently .is not con- mind about the canal tolls. The Republicans win make an aptroubles in which has crened about the peal to the reason of the voters anil AJwc defying the lightning It has Involved tho business interests. rtft"E on number of Kentucky Its members are 'getting their salar tho reasoning voters of this counfur-JoRepublicans who arc defying the try will bring tlio Republican party which they collect from tho inrestore prosperity and Plve onslaughts of the senatorial ibee. ies, Is Again on Hand With surance companies; and under the back to employment to every man desiring Stanley says Beckham Is dishonest new law are given broader iowers a New Stock of It. Munlce (Ind.) Journal. and belongs to tho railroads. Bock- - and an increased appropriation. Tho and people of Kentucky and especially ham cays Stanley Is dishonest Resolutions of Respect. Why the business Interests should under belongs to the whiskey trust. WHEREAS, Hartford Tent No. 99. Jiot the. Republicans and Progressives stand that the fire inurance com- K. O. T. M., lias In the sad death AND to panies were tareful tn make a clear get together und elect a man of Z. Wayne Griffin suffered the is record Jn thjs matter, and gave ample loss the United States Senate who of one of its most faithful and and official advance notice that they best loved members, this Tent rehonest and belongs to neither trust. would be compelled to suspend busi- cords with pleasure the leecad of Ills Men are out of work from one1 end o bill went ness If tho of this country to the other. In New through. Chairman I.atfoon and eth- membership. At the Fred Woerner old Z. Wayne Griffin was born April York City coiiflltlona are so serious stand, Center street, Hartford, er backers of tho measure scoffed 12, 1S79, and ho was a charter memthat it Is propobed to send the un- at this and declared that tho Insurnext door to Ohio County Drug ber of Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. employed to hunt work on the larms, companies .were bluffing. Tho T. M. organized October '11, 1902. Co. Will furnish and trim years at ance but people who have spent action by tho companies has shown your hat in the latest style at Therefore, bo It resolml by this work in some special line of factory that they were not bluffing, nrJ the Tent that the sympathy of the lodge the most reasonable rates. work don't make good farm hands at icsponslblllty trou-bl- o for tlio Kentucky Everything- - new and which ho helped .to organize und la- -' -lrst sight, and that starts more rests upon those who misled tlio bored to uplift bo U:l red to his Let us.show you. 'trouble. Besides, men who have been legislators and refued to permit thorn bereaved wife, children und brother; An the habit of potting from t-- to j u to heed tho remonstrances of the that each member of this lodge wear Onv& fi per day balk at ?1 11 day on the insurance companies, tho Special Millinery Opening the color signifying cur lcreavcnieiu farm. Again, If the farm market is Board of Trado and other imiortant for tho regular period cf time, and going to be moved to tho country organizations of tho that a copy of these resolutions bo commercial Next Saturday, March 28, how Jong will tho farmer bo ablo to spread upon our rcconda and another help? iWHl somo low state. ,pay even $1 for copy furnished his family and copies tariff advo:at please enlighten us. The Ability to Forget. furnished each of the local japers PLEASE DON'T FAIL The plucky fight which Is being Pcrliaps tho Democrats were sin- for publication. xna)le In the State of Colorado by cere 'When- - they professed Jo think TO CALL. THE OPENING OF OUR NEW SPRING GOODS R. R. WEDDING, tie United .Mine Workers of America that Free-Trawould prove a panS. E. BENNETT, MEANS THE SHOWING OF THE LATEST DEGREES in tholr efforts to secure fair treat-me- acea for tho consumers' woes. It Is A. C. YEISER, in a demand for their rights, hard to believe, howover, that Bryan Committee. OF FASHION. WE INUITE EVERV WOMAN. MAN, deserves sympathy and support from when helplne to frame tho Baltimore people In tho platform, shared the belief of aJJ right thinking Man About Town. Lis GIRL AND BOV. TO COME. SEE OUR NEW SPRING Uxsiicd States no matter iwhat their lwrty, unless he had entirely forSome additions to "Idlotorlals," in avocation, A lino of tyranny has gotten his convictions of a fow years LouIsviUo Herald, Uncle Eph GOODS. OUR STYLES ARE RIGHT; OUR MATERbeen heaped upon those. American earlier when he asserted with emphasis cWz-en- i by the military authorities IALS ARE RIGHT; OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. "I kin remember when folks us't that tho quantity of metal nionqy Wehavejust received of the state of Colorado unparalleled was responsible for alternations In pay their honest debts becuz th' BiVOU WILL LOOK NO FURTHER FOR WHAT In jJip history of our country. "Moth-i- T ranges of prices. The. ability to for- ble says man is made o' dust, an a car of Furniture which Jones", who has been the lealllng get is a comforting tiling for dust settles." ; : we are able to YOU WANT FOR SPRING WHCN YOU SEE OUR say is the factor in all efforts of tho miners to Yes, butchr know you must fust and tlio Democrats In ignoriietter their condition, was iirrcBted, ing tho question of tho high cost of soak th' dust good anjl hard. Ever try ;; most complete, nicest and NEW GOODS: YOU WILL BUV AND BE PLEASED, thrown Into military prison, denied living show tliat they all share it It on man? most up to date line we Jtwil, and refused a trial by tho civil with Bryan. San Francisco Chronicle- paper "Stand up for the Same courts, although no eharso wliatcver right; but the devil will furnish you have had since the estabhas been filed against her. Mother a sort cu8nionou cnair to sit uowu Are Paying a High Price. SO years of Jones is an old woman, lishment of our business for tho wrong." o age, aill tho treatment given her by Democracy Is making And when onco you're down focl and feel safe in stating tbeso authorities Js us tyrannical and tilings look gloomy for the 200,000 yeo' all(i fiat tlio devil's bed Js the hard- inhuman as was ever thought pf by plq employed In sugar cane production est roughest placo in the whole world ;;.toyou that we are able any despot in the old country. After Jin Louisiana. Tho owners of eugur to Ho upon, better keoji on your pins, In nnntrt vnn tlio lnwpst. ' tho fttiiklng miners were thrown out farms aro closing thejr works all sonny-by Colorado coal com- - over tho State. They arq unable to of tliejr homes SaniQ sheet "Quito truo Isabello; prices to bo had. panics, tney were supplied witji tents compete wjui Cuban susar. It is a thcro aro no other days of tho week (Jail and let us show INCORPORATED. were mighty High price tho peoplo aro lay- lll by the U. M. W. of A., which Billy Sunday. In fact Btlly'js a placed uiwn ground owned uiM leas- ing for voting tho Wilson ticket. sort of a February -- 9 they don't dlg ! you our lino. ed Vy tho miners, but these tents Many of tho poor people in Louisiana up ono like him oftener than every ' ' T vure attacked by inllllarj authoritlctt will bo ruined. But such Is Democ-an- d four years." :: turn-racdestroyed, the miners bulns Moravian Falls IX. C.) Yolllow Tho nbovo is very true, but you 9 cd out of Wiqller Jnto tjie wintry Jacket. must nut dlbcount our man Friday, H irtford Republican. " to-d- Beaver Dam Central Glenn-Green- :3 BARNES AUTOMOBILE CENTRAL CITY, J - jr ' rs There Is No Kicking I. HHHK Rock-cfellc- r's G. B. DOCKERY W. E. ELLIS OPENING OF OUR NEW Miss Poppie Nail SPRING GOODS ub I MILLINERY TRIMMINGS Glenn-Gi-cen- -- at I Furniture! iol-lticla- Freo-Trad- . '' CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. y. Likens 6? Acton j f 44tv4v4v444 W . The blgfcst bargain wo have offered our subscribers Is Tho publican and four magazines, all year, for only $1.2i. If your suijttciiption to The publican is Id ue, better pay up and get four big magazines, all year, for only 23 csnts oxtra. Air. ever Re- BELIEVE BENTON STABBED TO DEATH one Re- STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE now one Villa Reported He Was Executed Hay," BANK OF HARTROKD AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MARCH 21. 1914. Kvcrett"smUhTof"Uod After Court of his who has been tlm gur-s- t brother, .Mr. V. E. Smith, and other relatives In tho county, returned homo yesterday. Don't fall to "attend The" SPECIAL SALE or Hay nnd Oats from the ear at tho depot In Hartford Friday and Saturday, March 27-2- 8. Ala, Martini. RESOURCES Washington, March 21. British Con sul Perceval's official report en tho klliliiiB of William S. Benton at Juarez, received at the embassy hera today, sas: "No. pistol shots" were fired In tho flcht which culled In tho ranchman's death, leaving tho inference that hq was slabbed. Consul Perceval's rcjiort was the result of hs Investigation conducted at the order of Sir Cecil Sprlng-RIc- o tho British Anil)3sador. It docs not make any definite charge as to the manner of Benton's death, further than to establish .that Jt was.not by shooting, as was first aid Jiy Villa, who explained that tho Englishman had been exccutiJ by a firing squad Bills Discounted Stocks and U. S. Bonds Checks for Remittance Banking House and Lot ' .. ,, ?1S7,2S7.37 11,410.00 540.96 3,000.00 1 ' 1LER & BLACK. Mr. C"',ton Stevens and wire, of Terrc Haute., Intl., and Mrs. V. C. Campbell and datmhtcr, Margaret, of are guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper. Lieutenant C. B.'Shoun, of Botla, Is hero shaping up tho equipment of Co. II, Ky., National Guard, for the annual inspection which vlll take place next .Monday.. Mr. a'41 Mre.M. W. Barnard, .Mr. and Mrs Mayworth Baninil went la Smallhous yesterday to attend the runeral and burial of theUr Bister, .Mrs. John Barnard. Her & ilttck will sell at tho car Friday and Satmday, March 27th and 28t)i No. 1 TlmoUiy Hay, $1.20 per 100, ami White Seed Oatfl, $2.90 for sack. Be sure to come. iMIsses Luclle I'Jrtlo, Mattyc Duke, Gorln Flcner, Guyle Tlchcnor, Nancy Ford and Margaret Williamson were guests of .Miss Norlne Harnett, on the Owensboro pike, Monda nlMit. Tho Stratfords, thu last number in Hartford College Ljcctini eottrss, had .to be postponed Wcdncf?Jay because the company missed train connection. It will no doubt be. Riven later. A new millinery store has been opened In the Fred Wocrner shoe shop by Miss Popple Nail and ,Mri. Belle Cooper. These ladles are experienced milliners and deserve Kood jatron-agSee tliolr sl In this Issue. Mrs. John B. Wilson, who underwent a serious surgical operation Tuesday. Is thought to be out of danger. The opreatlon was perform- tl by Dr. Samuels, of Louisville, assisted by Drs. Taylor and Ford, of Hartford. Tho OWp county members of the Consolidated Tobacco Growers' Association heM a largely attended mooting at the court house last Saturday and an adjourned meeting Wl-nesdaWhile both meetings were under tho rule of secrecy, it is known that stops will be taken at once to perfect the organization and an effort made to control the coming crop. Tho revival services at the Baptist r.hntvh iipirun lost Sundav have continued durinff tho week with in creasing Interest. Rev. A. S. Pettle, the naslor. Is doing the preaching artd his sermons aro delivered with fc'rcat power. Ho Is one of tho finest pulpit orators ever heard in Hartford. The music is being led In a very satby Rev. C. T. manner isfactory Brookshlre, of Owensboro. It Is likely thq meeting will continue another week. All Uenomlnatlons In town are manifesting much Interest. Company H will hold Its'clghth annual federal inspection hero at tho armory M outlay night. Thcso Inspections aro held once each year by Uiq government thruout the entire National Guard, for jtho purpose of learning tho condition of thq equipment and rosier of each organization, and should any company faij to l"83 a fixed standard they pro mustered cut of "service." Lieut. Shown has recently added a number of recruits and ho reports that everything, ijvlll bo In readiness for tho Inspeotlnng officers. Capt. Roseoo H. Hearn of tho 9Ui U. S. InfUJy., has been detailed tor this1 Iduty. . Sunday evening about seven o'clock a silent young couple might have been aeon wending their way to tho residence of Rev. R, D. Bennett on Clay street. These youns people were Mr. Estill D. Thomas and Miaa D. Woodward and "they were marrldd by Rev. Bennett in tho pres ence of only the family of. the lat ter. After the ceremony fiioy crossed ovor to the home of thq groom where ttopy are now residing, happily launched In life. Mr. Thomas is tne son of Mrs. Sallle Thomas and Is iacK, jocui heald clerk for lier & grocorymen. Miss Woodward Is tho youngest Uaughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward and is a vory charming and accomplished young lady. Many friends wish much hap piness to this popular couple. e. y. Co-rln- ne Furniture and Fixtures Cash on Hand and due from other Bonks Current Expenses Total ' ,000.00 .' 5ri,5C0.33 1,292.94 ?260,100.CO LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Dividend No. 32, unpaid Deposits Undivided Profits Due State Banks 0 , $ 40,000.00 17,300.00 33C.00 after ourt-martla- l. 2. Vu--f I We Want to Call Special Attention to Our Spring Millinery Opening Saturday, March 28th want the presence of every lady on the above date. We will display not only our New Millinery but' also a complete line of New Spring Merchandise. Remember the date and that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A We HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Friends of Bsnton on tho border charged that Villa "himself had Shot tho ranchman with a pistol. The broad Inference that Benton was stabbed Is rosarcd as ospeslally significant In connection with other Information here tthnt the Constitu tionalist Commission which Investigated the affair has found that Ben ton was slabbed by one of Vlll'ci's officers, who is expected Jo bo trial for the crime. Consul Perceval's report nlso states that Benton went to Villa, unarmed and to protest ngnlnst thq theft of arccss his cattle, and that finding with tho contention of Benton's friends. ; : '. 198,797.09 ;... 1.G8C.S5 2.080.G6 Total $200,100.00 DEPOSITORY FOR UNITED STATES POSTAL SAVINGS FUND. A CAR LOAD OF JOHN DEERE frfr0 : Notice. ' The First National Bank of Hartford, located at Hartford, in the State of Kentucky, Is closing up Its affairs. AH and others, creditors of said assoclation.are here by notified to present the notes and otner claims against the association for payment. ALVIN ROWE, President. Dated at Harttord, Ky., March 5, note-holders Farming Implements!! JRGb, For Service, cleanliness and visit City Restaurant. American WIro by satls-'factlon, 1914. 35t8 Owensboro Optical House. Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used by. R. C. Hardwlck'a Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my entire satisfaction. His house and machinery for making lenses are the most complete in the State, and hi employs none but experienced workC. M., BARNETC men - 'lasses made .F Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MARCH' 27, earth. For sale Aug. 21st, North Bound due 7:19 a. dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. dally except Sunday. No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. ' dally except Sunday. Na 113 South Hound duo 1:16 p. dally except Sunday. II. E. MISCHKE, Agt. No. 112 M. H. ft E. Railroad Time Table at Harffnrrf ' Kv. Samples cheerfully U ft N. time card effective Monday VaM ,for outK)Mown I Fence best on S. Carson. U. S." Carson Is agent for the American W'iro Fencing. f. Notice. By order of the Ohio County Fis cal Courts I or one of my assistants will, on April 4th, 1914, botween the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m lot to tho lowest anld best bidder, the contract to maintain, work, and keep In good condition, for the u'se of the general travel and hauling of the public, over and upon the various sections of earth roads in Ohio county, Kentucky, irom April 4, 1914, to December 31, 191G.' Tho Contractor shall keep the y of the road free from obstructions of any kind and keep tho ditches, culverts and sowers well opened outto tho road line, and keej all holes fllkU and rounded up to tho center of tho road, and tho road kept surfaced by tho usq of the split low drag or somo modification thereof, as follows: HARTFORD MAGISTERIAL DIST. East and West Hartford precincts, Hartford, Ky. Beda precinct at Bcda. Hcflln precinct at Hcflin. ' CENTERTOWN DISTRICT. Pt. Pleasant precinct at Matanzas. Smallhous precinct at Kroncs. Cqralvo precinct at Krjonos. precinct at Center-towCentotown right-of-wan. submitted s,10j)per8. at Wheat Drills, single and. double row Corn Planters, Disc Harrows. StagvSulky Plows, Cultivators, Shovels and Discs, Mowers and Hay Rakes. We have all kinds of Walking Plows. We feel that these goods need no further comment, as ever) body has known these people for a half century, and also know that ? they are the starters and leaders in.the implement business. The name of a Joha 'Deere implement means the best material that can be had on the market for their tools and the best mechanics that can be had X to construct same. Also a car of Jbuggies, the best and most styles and every buggy is builtfor service. We have a nice line of harness to select from. If you are in the tnarlteffof any 'of the above-goods- , . you will save money to call on us and Jet us show ypu. and get our 1914 prices which will cause the goods $' to move. i t up-to-da- te f Cvvvvv Has located L. C. Acton at Hartford in the Parlor Mr. Emmctt Render, Ccntertown, was here on business, Wednesday. m. I Mr. S'Jnoy Williams is at home after soveral days in Evatun-llle- . m. Mrs. Maggie Griffin Is vIsltinB relatives near KiiEor, Daviess county. m. "Thoro'stt Photographer Jn Hartford. Below the bridge SCHROETKR hlr. Elvis Carson,of TCorbln, Ky., Is tho guest of relatives for u few days. I lowest Fabrics jn suns, wooicns m. I ' WILLIAMS & MILLER, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. I ...l 4UIU lHUJI Fairs'. n.... Ull MiajMil .ll..t.. . CJ .!.... ill. OiUUlUU Ken- - .N J? t .uruay. , Alfalfa Feed, Uran and Eureka Business. Flour for sale at Her & Black'B Grocery store. If you want your clothes to Alfalfa Feed, Bran and Eureka fit perfectly neat' and wear Flour for sale at Her & Black's Growell, call on him at Likens & cery store. Acton's store and see the . Wilson are Mr. aiid .Mrs. J. Spring Samples and Patterns. tho parents of a fine baby girl, Lorn Tuesday morning. Let me take your measure Born toMr.and Mrs. E. W. CoopGoods shipped to you er, Nashville,, a daughter, Sunday ' at any pojnt; you desire. morning March 22r .' M. h. Hcavrln and E. Attorney Up. Suits $14.00 and M. Woodwaili were In Owcusboro on business this week. Tho correct spring wear will be 1 displayed at Fairs' Saturday. You can depend on that. Her &BIack will roeq you at the I car Friday and Saturday, starch to sell you OatB and Hay. The County' Board of Education Fairs' Spring Opening Saturday. an Important meeting at SuperJn Louisville held Tdr. Will Bean was intendent Shultz's office Tuesday. this week. Mr. Henry Griffin,, of near Owens-borA peep at Fairs' Sprinff Goods will who attended Uie funeral of Air. convince you. Z. Wayne Griffin, returned home Fairs' time belongs to you Satur- Tuesday. You caiTjet four splendid magaday. 'Bo there. Saturday. zines one year for 25 cents extra ty iDisplay day at Fairs' renewing your subscription to The Wo shall expect you. Republican. Complete lino of loose NJ allien If you will subbcribo to The ReSeeds at Hit & Black's. publican for one year, wo will send Everything to wear and nothing you four monthly magaiinLS for only Utf rants extra. to eat at Fairs' Saturday. Tako a day off and mioot your Don't full to buy your Sttd Oats friends at Fairs' Saturday. and No. 1 'Timothy Hav from JUr & SALYET, tho great stock remedy. Black at the car Friday aud Satur- . 30tf day, March Seo U. S. Carson, ljartfprd. t I Progressive Tailoring ". Whether from Missouri or 8UOW Fal,s' wa,,t to " &lU to-da- JlL. C. ACTON Hartford, Ky. 4 27-2- 8. o, Federal Inspection of Co. H. The members of Company 11 aro directed to report at thq armory on Monday, March 30, at C:30 p. for insneetlon. As Ibis Is the most rls'Vl requirement of the Company during the year. It Js urgent for all members to bo present. Tho pany will ah.o drill Baturday, March 28, 7 p. m. 27-2- S: JAMES M. DoWEESE. Capt. Commanding. Render precinct at Contertown. ROCKPORT MAGISTERIAL DIST. Simmons precinct at McHcnry. Mclfenry precinct, at McHcnry. South RocKport at North and Rockport. Cool Springs precinct at Wysox. ' BEAVER DAM DISTRICT. Prentiss precinct at Prentiss. East and West Beaver Dam at Beaver Dam. Cromwell precinct at Cromwell. ROSINE MAGISTERIAL DIST. Select precinct at Select. (Arnold precinct at Arnold. Rosine ureclnct pt Roslne. Horso Branch preoJnot at Horo Bauch. SULPHUR SPRINGS MAGST. DIST, Sulphur Springs precinct a Dun dee. Magan precinct at Maan. Narrows precinct at Narrows. Olaton precinct at Olaton. FORDSVJLLE MAGISTERIAL DIST. Shrove precinct at Shrete. East and West Ftordsvlllo at Fordsville. DIST. BARTLETT'S MAGISTERIAL Hcrbort precinct ut Herbert. Ralph peclnct at Ralph. Etnavlllo precinct at Deanfleld. Ralph precinct at Ralph. Rushed the Order TRAVELING A promising took order, It Salesman, while in Nashville, Term., a large delivery in ten days. would take two days for the order to reach the Home Office by mail. It took him only a few minutes to telephone the ordejr from a pay station of the Bell Telephone '' system. , When, you telephone t. Time saved by telephoning orders'. often means fulfillment or contract. smile Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company x INCORPORATED. PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, 119 SOUTH GEORGIA. 0 En-'Jae- er. Bartlott'B nroclnct at Bell's Run. Buford precinct at Buford. All bridges and culverts will bo built and maintained by the county. Divisions and length of road, with such other Information as may bo dcslml, may be had from tho bllla nosted u in tho vjclulty of each of tho above pllacce, or by calling on mo or my assistants. And r hereby rcaervo tho right for myself aud Fiscal Court to rfjeet any and all bids. This March 23, 10W. T. H. BBNTON... 37(2. County Road .. BREAKING ICE BARRIERS. PHYSICAL Dynamite and Little Tugs Lead th Assault on the Great Lakes. lakes winter hold Up on otir tliow waters In a stlfTfiird jrlp for several months, siilittintinliy putting nn cml lo well nlpli all tnillle. lint even so. It Is (lie inlxsloii of certain of the " wimwuinKn inttmni'mii l unwfwin r r" COURAGE. rite LINCOLN'S STATEROOM. m HOTEL m Uo ever; cxerv now aml.tl.cn incl Ice i,.cks eatcl. and hold lhem doplto the liext the steamers cau do. and It Is only by urine dynamite; th.it they then sn,.;,,,I In l.ronUln,-'frigid barrier. Occu-through tlies-idoii.-illIt Is n veritable buttle be- tween titanic forces, and It takes eour- r.pe for olllccrs and crew to maintain the strupgle. Success Is not always too fruit of these strenuous efforts, because It is still fresh in the minds of many how pallant Captain Mcl.eud ond thirty otlicrs pcrMicd aboard th Marquette when that ship foundered aU'Sr 5S pttliciW e .1 I """' "l!" At 2 o'Clock In the Morning It the Time to Test It. It If lit 'J o'clock In the niornlns that niiUi'H vitality Is at Its lowest ebb; nil tliu physical forces arc then at their lowest ebb. and every military man of experience knows that tiie "- - o clock tllflf If II Kniifnni" iilllifU tti. ' n,ny bravo at that hour ho "fear of his hccomlns n e Is really a rciimrknblc - ) woll fed iii.in ? j What strikes one most forcibly, If he lias seen winter conditions upon the prcat lakes. Is the manner In which llciwl tt litiiHi n fil CCfl I'll little nmi clear for larpe bi.,iin.n when their IiIr l;iu are quite Incapable of working ' their own way through the Ice. notwithstanding their greater bulk and far more powerful engines, The secret Jics In the fact that the tugs are able to roll about after poking their noses into the Hoc, and In tills manner they attack the Ice In a direction where It Is least capable of offering effective resistance. Instead of assaulting the ice edge on where It Is supported by .hundreds of yards If not. Indeed, by cveml miles of solid pack the small craft bear down upon a thickness of so many Inches, and by sheer weight and 1he rapid shifting of this by a rocking motion, they force It asunder. ' The big steamers upon tho great large car ferries. lakes, especially the . could do this very thing for themselves. . . UN HULLANU 5 LANALb. end do it upon n greater scale. If they Lll-- t could be given the needful rolling mo lion, but the dltllculty lies in finding Where. Spring Cleaning Is the Rule All the Year Round. a way to effect this. Technical World I think one may see barges nnd caMagazine. nal boats in greater variety at Rotterdam than anywhere else. One curious FICKLE FORTUNE. thing to be noticed ns they lie at rest ftemance of a Discredited Gold and In the canals is the absence of men. A woman is always there, her husband Copper Mine. When the great mineral wealth of only rarely. The only visible captain which, Ibis nation has been finally developed is the fussy, shrewish little dog a chronicler will write the "American suspicious of the whole world, patrols the Arabian Nights of Mining." One of you boat from stem to stern nnd warns that it is against the law even to be tales, all of which will be true, will look at his property. 1 hope his bite Is ran somewhat us follows: Once upon a time there was a poor not equal to his bark. Every name. English nan of the name of Hilly Harris, who suburban barge has itsnot a greater vavillas have Spokane, Wash. He was a lived at horseman, nmong other miscellaneous riety of fantastic names than the canal activities, and had acquired a consid- craft of Holland, nor with till our moerable block of stock In a certain Lcrol nopoly of the word "home" does the Mining company, having taken most of English suburban villa suggest more It in payment from those who owed compact cozlness than one catch c gleams of through their cabin win fcltn money and who had no other assets more tangible. This stock had dows or down tbelr companions. Spring cleaning goes uu here, as In kicked about without a sponsor for Iwp years and was nominally quoted at the Dutch housps. all the year round, and the domiciliary part of he vessels MI0VD& 10 cents a share. One day a friend came along with a Is spotless. Every bulwark has a washing tray that ca be fixed or detiSfldsonie stallion, and Hilly looked day. moment the animal with covetous eyes. Dick-rin- tached in a bomethlng,""It's a fine Engsays the began and ended by his paying let us kill over $5,000 of the block for the stallion. lishman; "Here's an odd moment, let Tb seller, on sober reflection, became us wash something." says the Dutch dissatisfied with bis bargain and vrouw. In some of the Rotterdam canals the brought suit to recover tho horse. He iron, and Billy, with a sigh, took back barges are so packed that they lie bl stock and bade the animal a fond touching each other, with their burgees flying all In the same direction, as farewell. Eighteen months later Hilly sold the the vanes of St. Sepulchre's Id IIol same stock for Jfi'r.U.OOO nnd the re- born cannot do. How they ever get mainder of his bo'diugs for as much disentangled again and proceed ou again- - The Lcrol mine was taken over their free way to their distant homes IJut In the shipping bv Whltaker Wright and an English is a mystery. eyndicate nnd produced $10,000,000 lnwoild incredible things can happen nt "A Wanderer In IIol gold and copper. It Is not on record iilght.-i'r- oiii .What the original owner of the stallion laud," by E. V. Lucas. Bald or thought and perhaps It Is Just The Chrysanthemum, us well. Wall Street Journal. ' It N believed that the first specimen i of the chrysanthemum known to have Example of British Humor. U'lie Jate Lord Salisbury had a pretty been grown In England perhaps in wit. At the beginning or the South Europewas reared at the Itotunlc African war both his private secre- gardens, Chelsea, in 1701. and the taries volunteered, and they were fol- flower's rise Into popular favor In the lowed, says the Loudon Express, by nineteenth century was chlelly due to the Duke of Norfolk, who asked to he the good woik done by the Stoke New allowed to resign his pot of poitinas-te- r lugton ClfVyMinthcmutii society. This general and go to the front. "I societv held Its first exhibition of hlo minrtfsp von mil v." s:ilil Lord Sails soins in ISlti, and served not only as a burv. "but 1 do hope, Cross won't want , l"ilt-- ' 1UI "" '""' Lord Cross was then lord "'so as a school of chrysanthemum to go." culture for the whole world.-Lon- doi. lirivy seal and was nearly elghtyl Graphic. They Learn Early. Too Talented. Bessie was sitting ou the hotel vcr- "Where Is that barber who used to anda one afternoon when another child, gaudily dressed, began to parade have the end chair':" nsfced the cus up nnd down before her. flirting her tomcr. "We had to let hlui go." replied the foo and swishing her skirts airily. Jlescie stood It as long as she could, boss. "He had too much talent." "Whaddy yn mean talent?" asked but finally burst out: us does not make the customer. "Dresses an' fa "He got ho he Illustrated his stories Jodies." "But 'they helps." the other flung with cuts when be was shaving peobock over her shoulder as 6bo saun- ple," explained the boss. Cincinnati Enquirer. tered away. Del.ucator. In December, 1000. ' same pilnciplc as the so called "" o'clock bravery," for the half starved man lucks vitality, lust as the average man lacks vitality at --' o'clock In the monilir:. If you arc anxious to know Just bow brave you arc make the lest sonic morning at -- . when you hear burplars If you crawl under tin? In your house. bedclothes you are probably quite a normal man. hut If you rlo boldly fioin your bed, grasp the nearest weapon and sally fortli to meet the robbers you are Indeed a brave man ""! -' I'ro,ld of Any veteran of some great war will tell you that the most dllllcult test of courage Is id be aroused from bis sleep I iy the shrill blast of bugle and long toll of drums nnd ordered to charge an enemy unseen or only dimly seen at 2 o'clock in the morning. Marching Into battle under the bright sunlight is not' so dllllcult. and the seasoned veteran enjoys the thrill: but even the most hardened veteran feels "weepy" and uneasy turning out at 'J o'clock in the morning to meet the enemy amid the shadows of night, and tills Is solely because of n natural physlQ.il weak- ncss nt that hour and lias nothing whatever to do with tii.it mental weak ncss called "cowardice." New York American. (llllJHll ' M.t better than M",v"' "J'"'.?' 'l' '".IIIV III" Ul W1I .Villi I I"- "" yU. President Thoufjht He Had Shrunk In 5izo Overnia'nt. In "Tlio I'veryiluy Life of Abni-haLincoln" Mr l I. Hrowne includes nn nnnislnp anecdote told by Admiral Porter about the president's short visit to tiie front in the li'iici' part of March. IM". Mr. Lincoln i.. changed his quarters from the I.lvi Queen to tiie Malvern. Admiral Pi tor's llasslilp. wlili li was then lylnj. the .Tames river, near City Point. An mlrnl Porter says: The Malvern was n small vessel with very poor cabin accommodations rfud was not at all lifted to receive hUii personages. She was a captured Mo I; ii'.v ado runner. I ofTen-- the ilfwltni'il It itti.ltm.l l.nt li., twialrlv-ol-r IVW, in.i ...chose lo sleep In u small statcvi.nin outside flic cabin that my siwreiai'y ncctinlcd. It was oul.v it feet long b IVj feet wide, n very tiny place to hold the president of tho L'nlted States, but Mr. Lincoln seemed pleased with It. When he came to breakfast tin next I inked how he had slept. mornli "I slept well." be answered, "but yon j can't put a long sword In a short I was too long for that j scabbard. " berth." Then 1 icmembered that he was over six feet four Inches and that the berth was only six feet! That day while we were away from the ship all the carpenters were put to ork. They took down the stateroom partitions and enlarged the room to eight feet by six and a half feet. A mattress four feet wide was put In the new berth. Nothing was said lo the president about the change In his quarters, but the next morning he came out of the room smiling nnd said. "A miracle happened last night. 1 shrank shindies in length anil about a foot sideways. I got somebody else's big pillow and slept in a better bed than I had on the Itlvcr Queen." He enjoyed It greatly, but 1 think If I had given him two fence rails to sleep on he would not have found fault. That was Abraham Lincoln In all things that related to his own comfort. He would never let you put yourself out for him under any circumstances. 1 prc-duri mm POWMft r IDireotory Ohio County I if-- 'j D yjr. s c r.im ni iw & PSHHG1D1L D.C. itLOFAMERICAIJlI In a city where cood hcleli abound, the Powhatan heads the lut. It It first In the hearts oE Its countrymen. I m&m :tv&ftftf.rtxittsEd 11? .... ":;5'::trtfe., mttsrs& The Towliatan is rcluiol, ex. elusive, and restful. It', excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th anil II Sliest., makes it n ilesirabtc headquarter for liridal, couple, tourut rarties, conventions. Schools ami , lolleces. The Towhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War anil N'avv Departments, alio to manj? points of historical interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub lie. The Powhatan offers rooms vith detached bath at It. SO, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, (2.50. 53.00 and tip. Write for LooUet with map, curFor.D II. LEWI3, Manager. (illmore Keown. Court convenes first Monday In February nnd continues thrco wocUs; third Monday in April, two wueKs; third Monday In October, two weeks. j County Court John 1). Wilson, Judge; Dlniikenslilp, Clork; C. C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first .Muiiiuhv In each 'month. Quarterly Court Ilcglns on tho iiirst .Mommy in cvry uiouiu. Court of Cnlms Comeiios first Tuesday In Jnnuary and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officer- s- C, S. Mov Ky., K. In?, sun cj or, I'oiVlsville, 1 D. No. 2; Tom Iiines, Assessor. U....UM, uitu U. ..,..., Superln- itendent, Hartford; Dr. A U. lttloy, T. II Denton, Coroner, Hartford; rllcad Engineer, Hartford. I Jl STICKS' COIKTS. Shown, llnrtford, Tuesday aft7 Tuesday IHd. .Monday In .March, Tuesday aft Monday In June, er Ml .Monday in September, Tuesday after Jd .Monday In December. L. A. .McDanlel, Uockport, Friday after Sd .Monday In .March, Friday after 3d MonjJay In June, Friday after I!d Monday in September, Friday after 'M .Monday in Dc- ceniber. j S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday latter ud Monday In .March,, after od '.Monday In June, .MIdldff, Jailer; K. U. l$arrns, IClcrKj U. K. Ulrkhcad, Master Coin- mlssloncr; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury I'lind; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, A. Ilratclicr; llnrtford. Deputies--5- . office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown ni!d Will 1 Circuit Court T. P. Blrklion.J, .ludco: Den D. ltlimo, Attorney; Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. JK' practice h!o profwaum in Uil and adjoining counties. Commercial nnd Criminal Prnctlce a Specialty. Barnes Mttssrs. W. & UariR .Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. II. iwil Smith C. E. ij, Smith announoo that tlwy liavo form-- a parUuTtfbAp for tilio gi'hvral praccniniinal and dlvor tice of law, cxc-ip- t oasce, Mf. Smith balng County Attorney Is iiruviiUil from piactiiulitgsuch Mr. Uiiriuvs will Individually c&isvd. accept such practlo-i- . Offlr- in Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K- - ARTHUR D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. M. L I1EAVRIN HARTFORD, ASSOCIATED WITH Wod-Inesd- WtWncsOny Lyi""unitiiiiiiiiLnnsTLAZin?-. i ! - tembcr, Wednesday alter 3d Mon- day in December. it. C. Ticht'nor, Ccnterlown, Saturday after 3d Moillay In March, Saturday after 3d Monday In June, (Saturday after 3d Monday In I after I!d Moi(day tu Sep- - This office Is equipped for linud-lln- g Commercial Law and Collection Items ns well as other legal and 'litigated matters. Practice In all tin1 courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrln's Office ' T.WADE STRATTON s HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned a Pressed A NAVAL COMEDY. Cal-la- o Surrender of the Spanish Gunboat at Manila. up-C- g . 12. 1S9S) a small Spanish gunboat came steaming up Manila bay. directly toward the American fleet. The surprise of the people In the 'fleet was great; this little vessel seemed so confident nnd friendly. Finally one of our ships fired a bhot across her bow. This did not seem to make nny difference to her, for she kept ou Just the same. Then we saw an officer go alongside from the flagship. Wo found out that evening that this vessel was the Spanish gunboat Cal-la- o and that she'had been cruising in the southern part or the Philippines for a long time nnd had not heard about the war. nnd. the time of her cruise being finished, she was now returning to Manila. The officers and men had been looking forward to this for a long time, because in Mnnlla they were fo find their wives, children, parents, friends, theaters, clubs, hotels, newspapers nnd all the things that make sailors look forward with happiness to getting home. They saw a great many ships in the harbor flying the American flag, but this did not give them nny unoasluess. nnd when the llrst gun was tired by the American ship they did not notice that' the shot came across the bow of their own ship, ami thought It was simply the first gun of some salute. ' ISut when the secoud shot was tired and they heard the whlzzllng of the hhell they knew something was wrong. And when the American officer came on board and told them that 'every ship In the fleet was destroyed and that they themselves were prisoners of war their feelings of Joyful hope went through a change that, let us hope, few of us will ever know. From Admiral Ilradley A. KI.sUo's "War Time In Manila." On the afternoon of the 12th (May ' J ' Microscopic Engraving. Perhaps the greatest feat of microscopic engraving was iiccoiuptMicd by a Jewish farmer In Alberta, who prepared an address of welcome to the Duke of Connaught. The address was inscribed In Hebrow on a grain of wheat and contained no fewer than ISOO letters. So flue was the lettering (hat a microscope was necessary to read the Inscription with any ease. Liverpool Post Source of His Love. "Do you like your new mamma, Harry V Tes; I like her awful ranch." "That Is nice. Do you like her because ilie Is pretty':" "No. I like her 'cause '1 broke her nicest vnse yesterday nnd she blamed It on the maid." .lodge, Getting It All. "What can I bring you today, sir?" "1 hardly know. The doctor says I must have carbohydrates and protclds, and I want something nitrogenous, I think." 'yes. sir. How about nn order of bnsbV"-Plttbu- rgh Post Persistent Girl. Ethel Have you heard of Jack's engagement to Eleanor': Harold Dear me. no! Then .lack has dually Ethel No Succumbed -L- ou--Son Tatler. Handing Her One. Kitty Jack told me last ulgkt that 1 was the prettiest girl he'd ever been. Ethel-O- b. Collars For Dancing Men. that's nothing. lie said the You can carry one or two extra colfame to me u year ugo. Kitty I know that, but as one grow older oue's taste lars Inside the band of your silk hat impioves. you kuow. Boston Trim Men who perspire freely when dauclng go to the cloak room when their colbcrlpL lars wilt and return In a few minutes with an unfaded collar. New Vork One Exception. "You kuow," began l.ovetf. "It Is said World. that 'love levels all things.' " Flatterer, "Yes," remarked tho crusty bachelor, Lady of Uncertain Age Have you "it may level all things except the lovnny small wnx candles? Tomorrow Is er's head." Philadelphia Pi ess. my birthday, and I want to put them In the cake. Diplomatic Grocer Yes. Book Note, nownrd Every book in my library ma'am. About two dozen? Life. has tho author's autograph. Cownnl-IIo- w Their Trade. do you manage It? Huwaut- -i ji "What business Is this Cupid & never borrow nny other "kind. Life. firm In you read so much about" "They'te In tho wholesale mutch-sinkin- g Know tho true value of time; suatcli. and enjoy every moment of lr- .seize Lord Chesterfield. Hy-aieImtlmwB.-'-Baltluioru Strong on Good Form, check Is all right, nank Teller-T- hls but you must be introduced. Cnn't you bring In your husband? Woman Who -J- ack? Why, if Jack thought you wanted an introduction to me ho'd knock your block off! Clevelaud Plain Dealer. i service. WedW. S. Dean, Dundee, nesday after tho second Monday In March, Wednesday after JJ .Monday In Mny, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August, Wednesday after 2d .Monday In November. I AM Hen F. Rice, Fondsvllle, Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, ThursHats Cleaned and day after 2d Monday In May. Thtirs- To do any kind of Veterina fday after 2d Monday In August, ry work. Horses, mules and Thursday after 2d .Monday In Nocows need not die for want of Work and vember. lien V. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftCalls answered attention. er 2d Monday in March, Friday after day or night. Monday in May, Friday after 3d 2d Club $1.00 Monday lr August, Friday after 2d Monday in November. Veterinary Surgeon HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, TJudgo; McDowell A. p 'Ky. Hartford Pressing GlilS, Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Marshal; Court coin cues seconkl Mon(lUNTHKIt I5LD.,CKNTKIt ST. day In each mouth. City Council J. C. Her. Maor; R. HARTFORD, KY. T. Collins, Clork; J. K. Dean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Ui-net- t. Capt. A. D. White. A. K. Pate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser. W. H. The . National - Weekly Gillespie. i School Trustees J. D. DuUc, Chairman; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. USELIV-VER-LA- X J. W. Taylor, and V. E. Kills. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Until this year M. K. Church, South Services Collitr't has been morning and evening uveny first and e fold at $5.50. third Sunday in each month. Sunprice is S2.50 day school 'J:45 a. in. Prayer meetanduehavefcecurtd ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. a concession whereU. W. Napidr, pastor. oE by we can offer it Baptist Church Services morning at a still further and evening every second and fourth reduction 'in conSunday in each month. Sunday school nection with this D:4o a. in. Prayer mooting every Wed publication. nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pottle, Feci right all the time. Don't lay off pastor. Special Offer to Our Readers from work for days by taking calomel Christian Church Services every when nleasnnt Lio- - Ver-La- x Keens you iiuru and lourtn Sunday at 11 a. m. Kcrosmzm: the irrrai ilemaml fur Cellur't at the new price, wchate made arranccincntt to on your feet, whilo relieving your troub-1- . 7 p. in. Sunday school 11:30 a. m. t ITerit anil mir own publication each tne ear le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Elder Owinn, pastor. (or the price of Co'lirr'mh.nc. Tin i alimitru take .any thing else. You can rauord i (Tcr an J muit be tal.cn ah antaBe of prompt!) . SECRET SOCIETIES. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysHartford Lodge No. (i""i, F. and A. tem and relieves constipation. A nat- M. nieots every first Monday night What You Get jn Collier's ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure In each , month. . S. Stevens, W. Collin's it the one bis, im!cprmlcnt,frar)rF in its effect and certain in results. It M.; Oiv'm Hunter, Secretary. weekly of th- - wlolccountrt. Not onlvniLtlie will won't bo long before 'Liv- - Ver-La- x rHi citizrn's lianilbonk but It is alto n Hartford Chapter No. SI. O. E. S. completely displace calomel in cver.l meets every second and fourth .Monfur the whole l.innl Amons the tilings that a year's subscription kucj arct home. Children can tako it freely an day evenings, .Mrs. J H. Williams, with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar- W. M.; .las. H. Williams, W. 1000 EdilorUlt G30 Now. Photos . anteed. 50c nnd $1 in bottles. Nono Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. !'; 250 Short Articles genuine without the likeness and ISO Short Stories Rough River Lodge ,'o. 110 Knights of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by 100 llluitratrc features or Pythias meets every Tuesday even2 Complete Not els J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. 9 Colliier s . .'. .$2.50) j-Hcdrick, K. of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. M, K. O. T. M. Hartford Republican nieots ovcry first and tnird Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, Rccoitd Keeper. Acme Lodge No, 33!) 1. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Harnett, Noblo Urand; W. It. Hcdrick, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 V. O. W. Succeed when everything else fails. meats ovcry second and fourth In nervous prostration and female nights in each month. Tom weaknesses they are the supreme Williams, Council Commander; W. C. remedy, as thousands have testified. McCAIX PATTEMNS Wallace. Clerk. or W' FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND -" lmplleitr in Sunshine Hive No, 42, L. O. T. M., elliblliljr nearly 40 P"'"years. Sold In nearly meets every first and third Friday STOMACH TROUBLE ewjr citjr and town In the United States and Canada, or by mail direct. More, sold than. k is the best medicine ever MM nights in each mouth, Mrs. Attyu nj uincr mane, sena lor tree catalogue, Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. II. over a druggist's counter. McCALL-- S MAGAZINE E. Mlschkc, Iidy Record Keeper. Io- subscribers than any otliet fashion Keyotono tChaptcr No. 110, R. A. Pijgazlns million month. Invaluable. Lat. M meets every thhU Saturday- night est styles, patterns, .dressmaking, millinery, plain scwlnp, fancy needlework, i7a!rdrrssin. in each month. John T. Moore High Stlquclte, Rood stories, etc, Only 60 cents a, Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. year (worth double), including- a free patten. bubscrlSo today, or send for sainnle coov-SOCIETY OF EQUITY. AMERICA r WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS Tho most economical, cleansing and Stato Officers President, J. 11. . to Agents. Postal brings premium cstalcfcue-- I Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presigermicidal of all antiseptics is and new cash prlie dent, J, II. Uurnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; IBE UcUU. C3, tt la offers. Address 14 W. tt St, NtW Secretary & Trcas., S. U, Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Hartford, Ky. Members Stato Executive Hoard , Hon J. W. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Dunn,Watson-- Webster county; Plrtlc, and CURE Daviess county; lliinry LUNC8 be dissolved in water as needed. Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin county; C. O. Davenportt, Warreu county. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches ! suiv-'en- s, w,th in treating catarrh, inflammation or i unio i ounty urticers a. Henry Plrtle, SePresident; ulceration of noso, throat, and that . caused by fcmlnlno ills it has no equal. cretary; S. E. Bennett, Treasure-UUU.Vl V UUAItlJ Ul'' Tor ten years tho Lydla 13. IMnkham Osna Sliults, Chairman, Hartford, Mcdlclno Co. has recommended Pnxtlno Ky. la tholr private correspondence with FOR 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. SiJCHS IflAl Hit MIA "aUaF- UljlJil fil women,, which proves Its superiority. 2. T. J. lJrooks, Fordsville, Ky. H jf P ALL THROAT MIO LUNQ TROUBLES. K Women who liuvo been cured Bay Olaton, Ky, 3. Ira Uozarth, RGITAHAN-CUUit is "worth Its weight in gold." At 4. 11. O. Autry, Ualzetovwi, Ky, CATISFAOXOUxl druggists. 50c. largo box. or by mall. M Ulb 1U11KK.Y 5. E. O Austin, Prentiss. I "7 - "" - IrKMITWTMJn Ky. Tho Paxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass.j1 C. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday Will practlco his profession In this after d Monday in .March, Tuesday and adjoining counties. Collections. after I'd .Monday In May, Tuesday Commercial and Criminal Practice n after 3d Monday In August, Tues Specialty. Prompt and vigorous 'Klay after 2d Monday In November. -I tuiuuiT, faiuiuuj In December. uuer uu CROMWELL, - KY. Attornoy at Law Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. PREPARED Repaired. called for delivered. rate per month. W. H. RILEY Hartford Collier's No-lli- 't Collins in Clubs First Time For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. I uj inac-itin- v )pZ)v Bitters metric Sat-uifd- ay r SPECIAL TO WOMEN I T&tov&nes m llal-mai- n, KILLtkc COUCH th u KUUI-AIIU.-- Dr. King's New Discovery ,a?ra wii, ' -- - i.i.-- fcfc.fl- - CHRIST'S COMING WHEN CARUSO SINGS. Bo-fo- re iit!J!17bMm CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. Not WORLD'S END 1914 Pastor Russell's View at Explains His View. The jVLcoimi. AXrlnlnlJ,. P Kind You Have All- -He i Dfu '.i."id .,!- - Always Bought Bears the Signature r.' similallnsJilicFoodandKcdA lingtiic StomachsondOoH-crst- f A, Promotes DicsonItf rrfuM ncssandltestXonlalnsnci'Jw OpiunuMotphinc norMncral. J$ Canadian Minister Quoted "The Earth Abldoth Forever" Christ Will Not Come Again as a Man, According to the Bible Pastor Russell Believes That 1914 Marks a Great Change of Dispensation Christ's Parousia Precedes His Epiphanla. aaBBBBBBaHE&S Hafl Mnrch Russell, whose 22.-10- 8-tor Not Narcotic. jUx.tm.ta JfiryrtfoM&XMlZJTma ftmivi Seed" Oivttvmt- - . lUllriKiiliMia HimSrrJ- Cloalirit Stye Itrntaprmitmr. f- - Apcrfcr t remedy forConsllpa-lio. Sour Slomacli.Uiarrtoca . Worms .Convulsions.l'cvcrisli-mssandLossorSux,'- W rkjh Osi For Ovdi 4 Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK, Thirty Years , Guaranteed under in CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. Starck Pianos Saliafac (loa Cioar iaAdvaoce No Money Termi ATsaaaBBBBay' aieod Fa o t or y Price Baa leil A, -- Lowe. Net m -- Saving of sino to atian Is being put before tho people In miiny litn;c cities, everywhere arousing enthusi" " asm for Ood. rell glou and thelllblc, preached today from the text Thus shall ulso the coming IVx rousln presence of the Son of Muii be: they shall be eating', drinking, planting nnd marrying, uud know not." . -- Matthew 24::!7. 38 The Pnstor was prompted to select his text by rending an extract from a recent sermon or a Cnnndlnu minister, who declared that 11114 would witness tho Second Coming of Christ. The statement permitted tile Inference that the minister holds the view common to nearly all creeds that the earth Is to be burned up and the human race blotted out: and that Christ will come, to see that none of the Church arc destroyed. All such expectations, tho Pastor claimed, tire wholly uuscrlp-tura- l, untrue and misleading. Then the Pastor explained In full tbe various Scriptures cotntnouly supposed to support such views. The wrong Interpretations so prevalent, he claimed, belong to the Dark Ages, when public teachers seemed to lose all appreciation of tlgunitlve language: and when Christ's references to (Jehenna Kire. which burned outside the wall of Jerusalem, were understood to refer to an eternity of iorture for all except the saintly few. lie showed that St. Peter's words, "the heavens shall be on lire." nnd "the earth nnd the things therein shall be burned up." refer to the very period which St. Peter elsewhere rails "Times of Restitution" and to follow blessing mot fJaaBBBBBBBBB FREE Photo Drama of Cro- sMl " 'MK BBBBBBBBBV .'BaBBBBl world-burnln- IP. A, STARCK .RCSIDCNT From Fnc tory Direct oo Jesus' ' Second Coming. Wo will ship you a benuUfiil-St&rck- . I'iutm for 20 da"i' fr.ro. trial. In your hone. No cai.h ruyment required. All we iihIc Is that uu will play upon, use nnu test thin piano for 30 tluys. If. nt tho end of Hint time, you1 do not find It the I iKlicst erode, sweetest toned ami llnest pinna In every way, that you havo eer In that lmel:. mid Ftcn foi the money, you ure ut perfect liberty to send frelqht c:nt, jiay the sale. both way. This atarck I'lnno itmust make wi. will. you, Rood with or there Is no 30 , DAYS' FREE TRIAL &' Doth the Master and Ills Apostles, the Pnstor asserted, frequently ,used the word lire us symbolical of tribula Among tite many Scriptures tion. quoted to substantiate ills assertion was St. Peter's exliurtntlon, "Think it 'not strange concerning the riery trial which shall try you." , ' ' The Scene In His Dressing Room the Opera Begins. The opera was "Alda." CiirtiRO wna lo slug Itliadaines, nnd he wna In the dressing room. In his train came tils two vulets. Wonderful Indeed were they. Celerity and deftness raised to the nth power, with silencers on their feet, they passed and repassed each other In Inconceivably small spares without onciy touching each other or bumping Into their lord nnd muster. Caruso sits before u stationary wash-stanand one of the valets bands him n toothbrush nnd powder. Then for three solid minutes by his Swiss movement watch does Caruso cleanse and scrub and polish. The ever alert dressers stntnl behind him. watchful for n shrug of his shoulders, which they Immediately Interpret Into a command. Caruso (nkes a long breath, nnd he needs it It must lie a signal, for one of the vnlets has a glass of warm water In one hand nnd In the other n big, round pasteboard box full of little brownish crystals. Caruso takes n handful of the crystals and drops them Into the warm water,, where they dissolve Immediately. "That's gargling salt" he says. "I use It for my llrst gargle." . The gargle takes four minutes, and then comes the vaporizer. A glass of water containing bicarbonate of soda and glycerin Is placed on a little stand. A rubber hosp connected with tbe vaporizer Is put into the glass, and n thin, forceful sputtering spray shoots out a full foot into this tiny Gutllng gun spray Caruso plunges, mouth opeu. Then tbe heavy artillery answers tbe little Gatllng gun. for Caruso coughs back nt tbe spray, chokes, bellows and sputters. Into each nostril, then deep down Into the throat, go the bicarbonate of soda nnd glycerin over and over and over again until Caruso coughs no more. The vaporizer bath has taken clgbt minutes by Caruso's Infallible watch, but the end Is not yet. There Is u cold water gargle sterilized water, please minus tbe salt, to follow nnd that In turn by n spray for the nose only. Only about six sniffs apiece for eacb nostril and the spray Is put nway. Then menthol and vaseline ou absorbent cotton attached to long sticks nnd Caruso swabs out bis throat with these ns gunner would a camion. "Dilates the throat" he snys between gasps. One more gargle of cold water and the homage to the throat Is minfinished. It has taken twenty-tw- o utes. On goes his bathrobe, nnd be Is In tbe corridor smoking' a' cigarette! Twenty-twminutes of bard worli be has given to that throat and now he Is calmly smoking u cigarette and every blessed puff of it. Shades of bicarbonate of soda, or gargling salt of glycerin and of menthol, of what nvail are you when a nervous man wants a cigarette nnd wants it now? Charles Illuotulngdule, Jr., in Saturday Eveulng Post 11 o COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Aid For Tiree SaaUKtt Mrj . Via believe ceat Wat Usable to Attead ta Aay af Her Hoawwarlc taken it. After I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved mc entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, 1 felt like another person altogether." Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle acting. 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I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. . I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, .when 1 finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly JAMES & CO., Pirst Class. Ui very men Centertown, Kentucky. aaaaaaaaaaaaaBrsaaaaVfaaSa Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. 'H-The Republican and Louisville Herald. 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The jaepubucah ana jjauy uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and " 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer.... '.:..'... 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Yen enjii"iirrl of reciting tweet tor.ij durable high gnii p Startle IMsno If jrir.lcrd for 25 veir?, u I bit (UaiUtiry e! It our JS jreara of p)."? experience, ani the r trtrr 2nd -- Hand Bargains Vm ban comlantlv on lnnil i.uijiUci A .l.fthtly u.-- t t I! I '! ""1 plaii-- f H rtiml.nl Makes ulcn l.i ex. n ve Stircl; 1'Ijidi (In re nj I'byerPUooi. Tbe follow, PiaV'SrialrftA oiarcn The Pastor quoted many Scriptures that the earth Is not to be destroyed. tb.it "the earth abideth forever": that God "created it not In vain, but ronued it to be inhabited." This last prophecy, he claimed, has not yet been fullilled; for imiaeuse tracts of hind are still unoccupied. The speaker then discussed popular misconceptions respecting tbe end of to prove sajnefaa i... ... fa aBil satowasl responsible plino house. of .in ol.le.Ulll.hi4 f -t 60 Fret Mvste Ltmens ercry purchaser of Starck l'linos, we Kite free muilc lesion., in one of tbe --beat' known schools In f blrtfo. These lw.ons you eon tike in your own homer ty mill. This representi our year a ireei tnitruction. To inc are Weber j few simple bargains I Steinway Chlckering Kimball Starck $110.00 92.00 90.03 95.00 195.00 Plana 8end for our lateit complete secondhand bargain Hit. P. A.'STARCK PIANO COw 1313 Starck Blclg., CHICAGO Send for our new liraiitlfully illustrated piano liook which eirca you a lirce amount of informa. tlon regarillns pianos. This book will Interest and please you. write today, leek toj.iy Fraa NOW IS fTo Oct Your Chances on Tho FREE Barrel of THE TIME "OLD QUALITY" OR $65 IN CASH purchasctl. Every time ou Ono chnncc given with each qu.-y-t to get a barrel of maUo a imivlia-s- e clsowhvro you lose a chan-cYOUlt old whiskey or $05.00 In cash absolutely PKBB. SEND MAIL OKDHRS TO US they will bo promptly and carefully flllod fnxu Uiu beet stock of Jliiuora In Otvensboro. Your chancett on tlii free barrol of whiskey will bo cnclosi'u with your shipments. Aslt for our prlco list. 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Kinney wax imsiici lavlt New While Wax f4-jCuttle's Kust I'roof Wax Umbel Rxtra Harly Aliska Ito J)J Scientific jnmrkan. K ,Qn.';He.Ill I toleit Hf ierB.ta.is ji llorfoitPa MarLet Ciflrdtti . Stullusbel UucLbce'a I.lflitnlnj; i;ucs3 J5.0Q liuihel Lettuce, Ra4!th. Tomato and a full line l db, l'l jiiU unil HuU'Sul lowest Krouiug prieat, bend for complete catalogue or vulmilt u Hit j V"ir lenulreinrnts and will quote prurk. Hay direct (rum the power Suc Money. Wiltc today. Mention this paper. Iew Grjdus PEAS, . Jl.50 Hiishel S 50 Itusliel H. W. BUCKBEE Utbla uw (be word world wboru the word age, epoch, order of things, won Id better express the thought of tbe original. According to Scripture, the present order, of which Satan is ruler. Is to give place to n new order of things, under control of the Prince of Light Christ' Second Coming. Next the Pastor demonstrated conclusively from Scripture tha't our Lord .is no longer, a btinum belug. Nearly nineteen centuries ago. tho Logos left Heavenly glory uud was made flesh. God'hnd pronounced a detitb sentence upon man. from which the race could not be released unless Mime one would become their ledeemcr and meet the penalty for them. This peuulty was death, not eternal torment, of which tbe Sculptures know nothing. Our Lord carried out the DIvlue Program, and us a reward has been highly "far above angels.'' Tho speaker (hqu showed that the word coming' Is used io translate several very ilinVtcnt Greek words. One of tliesoj U P.iroiisln. meaning lit'jvfetviR'c to tlje llrst stnge of our Lord's Second Advent, fie will be InvKlbly pieenr Kor a while nnuu will realize Ills Parnusla. except the Ciiprph. jll earthly tljlngs will conllnue as ihc.v etc. 'for 11 wltlle. Laler on will como tite Eplpliiiula tbe rovolutlouor" manifestation not In the ueh. but In a great Time of Trouble, symbolically repiosniltd 11s tire. Wo read, "lie Mmll lie ivvciilcd In Ham-lu- g lire, taking venwance." Tho Pastor iiiulerMtiud.s (he lllhle to teach that .leans has thus Imvii prov cut blnce 1871 The Secoutl Advent begun then.' The wonderful progicss In the world since theu lllajo thus explain. They uuderstand the llllilo to tench that t tils Piirousla will continue, for it thousand years: hut that the I'plphnnln will be due forty years after the Presence began. For tills reason they are looking very Intently to nee vtmt tho year may bring. Everywhere we see signs of unrest, a tlm of trouble brewing. It looks ut tliotigh thin year would marl; the beginning of the flaming lire ,of judg meats which will h:niicttrl the Inauguration of Mos lab's glorious Itcl'.'it ot rlghteoufcuess uud life eternal. to the fact that oar Common Vn4m bawd upon a misunderstanding, taat tJaaaa aVS) doe Shortest Charge to Jury. If brevity is the soul of wit, Judge Taylor. K. C. has not many rivals among his judicial brethren. Summing up a case which lasted several hours, says tbe Liverpool Post be said no more titan this: "Gentlemen, you have heard both sides. It Is for you to say which you believe." Even this does uot represent Judge Taylor's best effort in the way of saving bis breath. A few years ago be delivered himself ot vhat to aspffoawl I h (a shaft summing up on record, fie turned t the Jaqr, raisctl hts eyehrovs isqalr-tagl- y, sod rctnarkai': "Well, rcstle-ncnt- " of hrtwtty ewM ss The ..T-:;- . Address all orders to .THE REPUBLICAN., ) further go. ut not Last and most Important eat and drink no poison, even though It should savor of the nectar and 'ambrosia of Olympus. With the revivifying of tbe seuspry nerves all tbe rest will sail In and become strong again. And then wo may expect to And eyeglasses, ear trumpets and till such aids cast upou the trash heap. There will be uotblug to cause Irritation, uud so we shall have 110 cancer. lir. J. A. Guthrie in Medical Journal, Food Habits. "Food habits have queer boundaries." Charles commented "in MassaSutherland at luncheon, chusetts people eat baked beans Saturday night but not west of Worcester. Along the Connecticut shore au oyster stew is the regular Sunday morning breakfast dish. In Vermout they wit tipple pit. pie for breakfast-ulwa- ys The scrapple habit U found only within fifty miles of Philadelphia. New York World. Neck Shaving an Old Custom. I Noise and Cancer. Muffle all unnecessary uoise. brilliant lighting, dlsHgreeuble odors und touch YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes I Statements - Cardsll And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican ! ' ' Job Department. . A study of the many necks lo be seen on the walls of the Xutlowir Portrait gallery enables one to Mate that thif custom of liocU bhuvlng. although Hdld to have k'tii Imported rrotn America, wus undoubtedly known and mutt likely popular in thu days of Aglncourt The portrait of Henry V. shews quite ilearly that hl nock was shaved, uud. if the king did It. It must" have been r.isbluuahle. Iudon Cor. New York MICKBEFS BULBS SUCCEED. BULBS' ltuJ. u;..i.a, 1 Ladies! &ve Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCall. Magazine and Using McCall Patterns V.cCti'i 1 1 rtnSItl lit I'll ntl i.litl salll UUianillUfU OX SOU! ' 'tnmnr. Rali.fflCtiGH f "w.dn ta build NW fa mnlia SPECIAL OFFER' A1 MJCAILS MACUIKE ' Sun. An Absorbing Case. "Old Soak says hu uever drank until afier he was operated ou lor appendiI I f tl. Searealr CollecHVi;S.IJ',,ii:-- l tWu iijk U1..IU U..1T.I Ju. (MV. tnonAYrufundetl. Imu Br. lUfttMu IhM.r. SkUp.lir.ulU niWMl SMU Ml IUU1 HJUUtu. .alUM Tullk O..IU. I u 11 1 w ivi-KKvi.r.knv. MtmUam HtUPtptr I Wr lo-a- er Imlii- yi.4 HH-s- s nl- I litn la'i'hTi n C.M'O'i t lij l.ot'pll.K l it 'j il. i si 110: luteal I in (lolbtt hiiil Juts. Ut f.c.7 latiiiim IKunrri Macasiatsvilt J . "' rr.t. . ri oiti time. - AU in'-- citis." "Uls, must lie one of those peculiar nst'- -' wheru the doctors Hewed up snorJBc In the interior or their patlout" Houston Pot. It. n....Mtiiinln''i"J III I!," " ir II Wl Hi DM U. UM II U'irt. rilJKJSi.lMI.4riMl-v- ,. lfcil..f ew.'i'.",-"- mHhm Vuj1m J ll.Csw.iar.tWas 4 "'rs-- r ; ,.raaw im. . n. .,W1,. i. I i IrflWlp. T.l.tU.HUBnk.tw.-'- . wm B 1e. .nnvar lH.'W. WCttM kbcxrou.ni. SuJ4t-MU.i1 Banr-- Jkr m wiin .iu.M.Iuira.il) w. a MiUctlM ' v.'ltiahlo ufurtasih 11 ti'l licniu miJ ! I M 11 . P aw" ""I a muterii, ' asmaja Kill J todtiy nr isitui f Jttt la!uii',: I'nii" '"" n.rl i ",-- - 1 KiCllPIUr.itvilinnt)!'Toill'i:n'.cl,y' turn Iiiiiuu. Kiili'jLnTuuniiar.il rrnca;ivbnia. i " niJtself aud In leuts ititouinl Cis iSiflilw-- nliii-'- fit. ftielttiHiu' rrjM.Ii ui'.l -- l'iVftiMiiii I will iwKr.'ii . ! IWii'ril'iH li i.hbr-H- ' served who has no tired fie to put the hands of others tit thu ends of uls arms. Rouxscou Is bout W. Tai Yea fi . r i ierltilioftiiini'tn.-rniirlfli'iiiM- iwitcux(ramrjs(.:isuni3r..j(.NnJvrjt I'mii illH3 im' hu luo OtTi r. ihailpaaif .1. ' ' A . it ! M. E. CHURCH SOUTH LOSES VANDERBUILT SUIT ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health Tennessee Supreme Court Decides in Favor of Chancellor. Mr. Allen it. Carter, who Is ono of tho board of trustees of Vandcrbullt University, hns given tho Loulsvll'c 1'ost an interview on the effect of co court decision with regard to the university. Mr. Carter said: "Th0 result of tho VarMcrbllt lawsuit Is a great personal victory for Dr. J. H. Klrkland, Chancellor of the university who led the fight for a majority of the trustees "Under the decision, which Is unani mous, th Beard of Trustees Is The decis'en d:cs not mean that tho church Is thrown out of the Institution, but it does mean that 'Me church's contention about the extent of its control IB ilenlcd. The court holds that tho relation of the Methodist Church and its bishops to Vanderbullt University Is just the samo now as It was forty years previous to the Institution of the litigation. "The court holds that tho Board of Trust's selections are subject to the confirmation of the General Conference or tho Church's Board of Education, and that they sit until re jected, but that they may not be rejected for any trivial reason. I take it that a man may not be rejected because he is not a Methodist. "The Court furthermore hoM that Commcdpre Cornelius Vandqrbullt, and not the Southern Methodist Church, was the' 'rounder,' and . tho 'original patron' of Yanderbilt University. "Tho decision furthermore means that Yanderbilt University will secure tho $1,000,000 donation recently made by Andrew Carnegie, the acceptance oJT which was vetoed by the Bishops. "I believe this finally settles the case, because I do not believe there can be any appeal to the United States Supreme Court, as too Federal question Is Involved." SPRING OPENING Of v Everything In Wearing Apparel Friday, March 27, 1914 This store has the reputation of carrying the largest and most uptodate stock of dependable Merchandise in this part of Kentucky and this reputation must be maintained. In order to more fully establish this fact in your minds we invite you to visit this store on the above date on a tour of inspection pure and simple. Don't come with the idea of buying but come to look. After you have seen our showings of the new and Saves Money and Makes Better Food REAPING WHERE THEY HAVE NOT SOWN Senator Gallinger Insists that For eign Nations Should Not Con- trol the Panama Canal. Washington, March S.jf'I am absolutely opposed to the rejJal of the canal tolls clause," Senator Gallinger, of Now Hampshire, declared Ho declarnl that the Democratic party was seeking "In a futile diplomatic tangle" to violate a covenant States entered Into by the United Senate. Senator Gallinger said he would deliver an address in (the Senate on the subject of free tolls. He osserUM that the United States Government was permitting itbeof to bo "led" by diplomat who had not the interests of this country at heart. When the Senate passed the resolution permitting the tortiilcation of the Panama Canal," lie continual, "it was with the distinct understand ing ,tbat the Senate reserved to the United States the fu'.l rights of this country under the Haj -- l'auncefote treaty. It is Impossible for any man who has read the debate at the time it v.as agreed to fortify the canal to belktvo that the Intention of the Senate as other than to present all of this nation's rights. "I will not discuss tho absurdity of a nation spendlns 1400,000,000 for a "work which will not benefit it a unit more than other nations .who have done nothing toward the project. "When tho Senatq was considering tho protest of England that, the cana be fortified, a larser question than tbp mere question of fortification iwas involved. It was whether the United States, having spent Us treasure nud brain in an effort to complete the canal, should be allowed to control It, or whether the canal should be In the Joint control of the nations of iho to-da- y. system ? "Manifestly we have conic to the I.jiui Wlljs tn Lilt? .. a.o. TUn. ...1 f l. v.uia iuu ITnlt.fcl States must say to the world that will manage the canal ar.il arrange , she the tolls question as seems fit to her, or she must submit to the eternal bus gestlons of powers who played no part In the canal's construction and are now trying to reap the benefit ot something they did not sow." I things for Spring, the place to buy your necessities will be easily determined. REMEMBER THE DATE- AND BE HERE! Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of an execution which Issued from the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of W. S. Likens vs. D. H. Allen, C. T. Balitd, John M. Chinn, H. C. Shaver and John T. Hode for $100, credited by $25.47 paid March 15,1913, and $16.40 cost, I or one of my deputies will offer for sale to the highest bidder at the court house door In Hartford, Ky on Monday, April 6, 1914, between the hours cf 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. the following described land to satisfy the above debt. Interest and cost: A tract of Ian In Ohio county, Ky., on the waters of .Muddy Creek, containing by survey 7S acres, anM de scribed as follows: Beginning at a 3take near a sycamore sapling; thence S. 53 E. 40 poles to a stone; corner to Richard S. Taylor; thence with his line X. 2 E. 43 1 poles, one pole south of a hickory; thence with another of said Taylor's lines S. 8S E. 137 poles to a stake, nqar a beech tree; thence N. 6 poles to two poplars starring on tho South bank of MuUdy Creuk; thence down the creek with the meanders thereof to a stake and two small sweet gume saplings standing on the .south bank of Muddy creek; thence S. 30 W. 132 polos .to the beginning. Boins the same property conveyeti to John M. Chinn by W. J. Berry and wife op November, 1876, and record ed in deed book Z, page 54, Ohio Co. Court Clork'a office. Levied on as the property of John M. Chinn. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. 3-- Special Display of Spring Millinery Administratrix Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of Dr. S. J. Weeding, de ceased, are hereby notified to present tlism to me proierly proven on or before Juno 1, 1914 or hte will bo barred. Also, those knowing them selves Indebted by note or account to said estate are requested to settle by boave date. MRS. MINNIE W. WEDDING, Administratrix. Hartford, Ky. 33t4. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, fol-lwo- - Kentucky. J House and Lot For Sale. house with al) out6 Jots ?ood well, near Mc Henry high school building. Call on, or addrctss A. THORPE, McHenry, Ky. 32tf. Good buildings ad ng CASTOR I A Infaats For and Children. Tbs KM Ym Nan Always Bears the Qignatveof czmtt Ineht Sheriffs Sale. By virtue ot execution No. 637 which issueld from the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of Flora Beck vs. Forest Beck, I, or one of ray deputies will on Monday, April 6, 1914, between (the hours of 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. at the court house door In Hartford, Ky., of fer for sale tho following real estate situated in Ohio County, Kentucky, to rttlsfy tho aboo execution amounting to $000. with interest at the rate of C per cent from tho Cth day of May. 1IU3, anil also the further sum of $1.00 adjudged as costs: A tract of land in Ohio County, Kentucky, known as tho Sara E. tract on tho State survey, tinvl bounded as follows: On tho North by 1. A. Itetclc; on the South by Bon Itaffeity; on tho E. by V. N. Bock; and V. by Isaac L. Davis. Samo land conveyed to V. N. Beck by Francis Majors, etc.. lkv. Ifi. 1&01. See Deed B'jok No. 10. ime :.'!:, Ohio County Clerk's office. Also another trait or luted of land lying arid being In Uic County f Ohio, atJd State of Kentucky, on Wolf l'on Fork of Muddy Cnk and to In elude all South of said Crrk. boundSouth Hy W. N. lkck land ed on known as tho olid Lvach JJuf; on thu E. and N. by the. J. F. IJcek hind, also J. ('. leach; on th North und g land, und Wtst by the Jarnl-'a- n some land convejrd to V. N. BtvU by J V. Jlrek, We., nil March 21, 1902, und p'COii.Jeil in Deed Book 23, pafie 031, lor n jurthij- - description of nald piopcrty, na deed from lleo. V. Crawford to I'. A. Hevk, In Deed Book It. laj;t 3:j mid 81, Ohio County Clerk'h office. Also anoth r tract in Olilo County. San-derfur L'-- e 1'-In- world. "It must bo remembered that the does not make State Department treaties. They must bo nude '.with and by tho consent of tho Senate.' If tho. Senate decides that a treaty is objectionable It has u right to to re-in- ti' ratlf It. Inter-uational "With tho Senate as an important fautor In the establishment of treaties, It cannot lo llenlcd tliAt tho Somite's opinion is, of value In a final determination of Hie questions Involved. And inoro than that tho Individual intent of Senator is fbsuitln! In determining what the bouse 01 the Senate was on a certain evasion. "This bjlng ChtabUtluM, I that the renders of tin American turn now suiv-iie- st New York Farme- Ben Says. This country is up against the serious prob of the tremendous increase of percentage "of population or Iho cities aand towns as compared with t rooral and now just when fannin' Is beginnln' to lay some and he movement back to the land Is Kettln' stronger, along comes President Wilson with his jug handl-'- Tar Iff bill whackln' .the. tanner by open-I- n up competition with Canada, Eu3 rope, Asia, Australia, South Amorku and tho rest of the twonld which the manufacturers are protected bo they ktep up their robbln" prices Baine as be'fore. Of course, If Wilson had been a practical statesman instead or a tliccrizln' scholar ho would havfig- ''onil this cut different, hut hn don't know enough. Austin (Miun.j Tnim-dee-stick- s, d o thy debute during c,llt A Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cures Mduty nn bladder troubles, dluohcs pravei, cures dltlxitcc, weak tnd lame backs, rheumatism, and all Irre'rularltles of the Kidneys and bladder in both men an4 women. Regulator bladder irou- uaw XI t. lias tho right to bl.s In children .If not Bold by jour "if protest the way lu which tho United druggist, will send by wail on reStores collccta tolls, why luts she not ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is right iOBUgge&t tho form of, two mouths' treatment, and seldom the ovorniiient by wlilch thu ranal should 'falls to perfect a cure. Send for, teJ. Wb should sho not tlwoaiab from thlB and other btatei. a controlled? uri that wo do awa withan military' nr, w. w. Hall, 2920 OIlvo Street, St. government anl c&ivblWi ilwtUo.i.oub, Mt. Sola by druglsti. C0t52 di when the Setiati voudto the canal. From the total of all Senators who sj oke at that tinio there Is not the ll;jhl tf doubt ih)t it was the firm icoli ot tiio Senate tq assume oilguial Jurisdiction over ilia eanal, unU to islab-lfewhatever form of government toll or penoral management it that lmriod fortify containing 30 acres bounded as and rots tho bristles. yards; thence S. on lino between the , lows: Beginning at a stone, corner i To prevent stockings trout being lands of C. Overton and Lavtoa of Luther Johnson; thence S. SG E. i torn by the clips of stocking bus- - Williams about 100 vanl tiiot.c, s 92 poles to a chestnut and ash; thence peudcrs try doubling theslocklng e. on tho line between the, lartds of S. 17 E. 20 polos to a stone; thence I down before placing the elfp la them, Layton Williams and E. K. lllloms S. 39 W. S4 polos to it stono in Luth- - and jou will find they will never about 400 yards to Intersect tho lxw- 98 joles to tear. er Johnson's line )21 er Paradlso publjc road. tho beginning. Being bame land con- When a tag comes olf a bootlace a Also, i' establish a public road voytU to Newton Beck by I'. M. little black sealing wax carefully from point In lower Paradise public .., . ... cnuor the lace anu.! . ..A i wuc, oepu ., vow, vanaor anu n. iir. iiu pressou rouuu xiie road where abovo proitoaed change which deed is of record in Deed Book shaped to a point wakes a nuito scr- - int,,w ....,. . MA AVU, IU, lUUMHO) mn.iffbvw 39, page 330, Ohio County Clerk's of- vlceablo new ono and lasts a long Beginning at point of Intersection fice. time. of sold proposed change with lower Also another tract ot land lying To keep tho ironing sheet free from Paradise roajd; thence Southeast with In creases pin it on to tho board on the waters of .Muddy Creek or Layton wjt wiinilIno between tho Kentucky, adjoining idrawing plus. These hold It securely, Ohio County, , amJ E"R vullan,8 the lands as follows: B. P. Kaffcrty. ' prevent risk of it suddenly tucking yards; thence "- i- some direction W. N. Beck, P. M. Bock, Isaac Davis x and can easily bo romoved when over tho lands of E. R. WlUIama, and Trip Taylor and known as the desired. about 80 rods; thonco Southeast ov- Sandcfur tract, containing 100 acres, When winding a ekeln of wool put cr ibo lands w D. Shutl about and being samo land conveyed to two 1 at irons on tne imuc a Bum 800 yards; thence samq dlrectioa oyBertha Beck hy Jno. Beck, Fob. 23, cicnt distance apart to allow ot (wool er the lands of W. D. phu)l and J. 1898, and recorded In Deed Book 17, being strotcliod tightly over them. H. Mllca about 1C0 yards to the up . Clerk's of- They iwlll answer as well as any ono pago 583, Ohio County per Paradise road atid in,tersict4nig ' fice. about 'une ... . 800 yard. Wttt o? Hoto. .. Also another tract beginning at a After washlnif whlto muslin,' hand- - wiiii i :iiiiT-rstone in the S. E. corner of iLunsford kerchiefs, etc., soak them for a abort This February 28th, 1914. Hudson's lot; thence E. 210 ft. to a time in clear water in which a table- W. C. OVERTON, ot al. stone; thence N. 210 ft. to a stono; spoonful of borax has been dissolved. ' Advcrtlheil as provided for by Ken ' thence W. 210 ft. to a stone; thence This. takes away tho odor of soap, tucky Statutxu, Chapter 110. S. 210 ft. to tho beginning, containslightly stlfflns them ar.d makes T. 11. BENTON, , ing 1 acre. white. A table-them beautifully trounty Road Engineer. Tho mineral underlying said land spoonful to a gallon of water Is the Is reserved to part(y ot tho first part, right quantity. Habitual Constipation and all liver . together with the right to mlno and troubles bo cured by using T market came, and being the samo t (Jrlgsby's Ask J. H. land conveyed to Bertha Beck by R. FOR FLETCHER'S Williams, Hartford, Ky. lD.2y P. Beck and wife June 20, 1911, and which which deed Js of recorVl in Vjf- ... JL A. A. ..l. A Deed Book 39, pago 488, Ohio County Notice For Change in Road. Clerk's office. Ohio County Court. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. In thu matter of application for ehanso of road from J. 1. Clarks' Try Quit Calomel; It Is dangerous. to tho lower l'unullso rood nnd OF Origsby's tliat vege tabllBhinff road from ttho said low- - T pro table liver syrup guaranteed to I so ixxid to the upper Kiru- - T or Pa nil tluce ecn better results than calo4- dlsu road. absolutely harmless and mel. It Is To Hon. John B. Wilson, Judge pleasant to take. Auy child run take Ohio County Court: It with safety. Ask J. H. Williams, Tho underfilgned, V. C. Overton, by H)2y Hartford, Ky. W. II. Maddo, tt al, petitioners ILER & BARNETT horoln, would respectfully show that Housekeeping Notes. each und all of them are citizen1, AKCtltH To keep a chimney free from toot residents and hind owners of Ohio County, Ky. y Kprlnklo a little, saltpeter ove-r'tI'etJtioners rcsjiwruuny osk tnis fire occasionally. 1X.ERS GROCERY .or "To silt ashes without raLsIng dust honorable court to cauao tho lollow'-sprinkle them with water or let lug change to be made In the Hock-IH)- rt REPUBLICAN OFFICE and I'arodlso public road, viz:- - , them get wet with rain before siltltcgluuliif? near J., I. Clark's ing. in tho Roekport und Paradise When bulng shews to gt comMail Orders Given Prompt r the fortably fitting shots buy them lu public road; thence S. B. Attention. thu al.ternocn, when th. r.vjvfce of kinds of J. 1. Clark about 100 yards; the day haH spread tho muscles of theuco samo direction over tho land of Elvis Williams about COO yards; tho teet to their largest extent. J. a. Scrubbing brushes will lust twice Ihcneo s. on lino between tho kind' us long if thoy are put to Urj with of Elvis WJIllama und J. J. Russell ALLISON UMINETJ the bristles dowuwairl. It turned the about 270 yarMs; thence S..B. over other way the water soaks Into the the lands of J. J. Ribscll about 400 r 8-- l( rj -- ........ un ,,,i n ,., Children Cry CASTORIA - - -- A. i MAGAZINES jl I J Ordered I ALL KINDS h rtvsl-den- tn-e- jler I W(Str