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The Hartford republican: April 10, 1914 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 hao1914041001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 10, 1914 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. KFine Job Work. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TUB PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 30 VOL. XXVI. PROHIBITS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY,; KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914. TARIFF j port safe cracker, tho scientists tw proviomcnt In the sixth month, for has rendered alcoholisms among thcni which partial figures are reported. sort. Thus Its security against me mianlty. NEW alinost WINE AS to tho increas)J food supply chanlcal forcing ls assurdd. "Surely tlio officers should w In all promised from tho removal of duties To illustrate farther thq enormoas model for the dilated men reelects, DEFEATS strength of this now material the RANK FAILURE ISo leof Imported in tho f Ivo months In duty, habits and deportment, and was only 67,000,000 pounds and tho Gorman scientists say that to make officers drinking tlio exnmp'o rcporty for tlio six months indicate a holo 8.2 Inches in a plate of thU aboard ship, as fostered by the wine material l.G inch thick, with the' that tho total for the full half year mess and the numerous courts mar UII will amount to considerably loss than End of Bitter Fight 111 oxyacetylenj burner thq safo cracker iter Sec. Daniels Bars Liquor tlal of officers UfilinlMruniwniKwi an.i uustoms Keceiots would bo required to put In from six one point I per capita for tho half nm - .thn effects of a ....v., ,.. f1fifP.riiRf.l ifl Alabama. year's meat supply of tho pcoplo of to fourteen hours' tlmo and from aid morale tad for $25,000,000. From Tables of Officers. of Mlsctidlno 2,300 to 3,700 gallons of tho United States. Tho quantity of acetylene' enlisted men aill dotrlmcntal to the potatoes Imported duty free under and from 2,700 to 1,550 gallons of rnntitiLtl'in mill i ttl TiATiin nf thn hor- - t -- ...... t, a .,,.....-...- . now law had been only a little Prohibition Question Raised by oxygen would also bo requinM. ,,, r.nnAe Cnf AKrnaH vice. 'I lie nnvyj comparable la many mi-ji- ,, Report of Surgeon General Putting respects to a gra.t buslnces organlza- TJiq average safoblower can nevW more than 2,000,000 bushels and of Hobson Did Not Win corn 8,3113,000 bushels In tho full five havo much tlmo at his disposal. Nor Hon; but no cffcycnit corporation In Decreased Over $500,Ban on System Sanctioned Is ho over In a position to supply morttlis for which a record Is at civil llfo would talcrato such a conFor Him. himself wiUi so much gas. A stujte hand. 000,000. dition of affairs." by Department Head. stool syllndcr Jn which compressed measures Declaring that restrictive Gen.Goxey Makes Speechto Army gases are transported contains about. nioofi.lv Mtifnrol wjit writ It tiiilillf fill Birmingham, Ala., April G. Under- 1,400 gallons of uncompressed Now York, April C "General" J. gas phy- pm-a- l arid are Used unsound gfirst S. Coxcy, of "Coxey's Army" fame, wood's vlotory at tho primary today and weighs about 150 pounds. Th WaaMnpjoa) A Washington, April G. Absolute proslologlcal prncijlw, tho Surgeon the jhalt year's , record , of ,,.. now tariff hibition will prevail In the United droMed a 8maU mas8 meeting of marked tho close of the most bitter bursiar .would have to have four General asked tn. question, "Why. ... . w.-..- ...... States Navy after July 1, noxt. oi..wU .reducing the unemployed hero today and oticit-- and spirited political fight ever stag- such cylinders at the lowest tff ef then, arc (hey off rtlv for n Hart of ,ncrcascd 'dcflclts- Secretary Daniels tonight made .diban entnU8laaMc ,eag0 ed In Alabama. The Democratic nomi- feet an opening Into the safe. The J from t I ofamlylnKlroVCriUcs' only .. ,..!! activity and smaller ex- - to TOaren rrom NoW YorK to .TO3h. nation is equivalent to election. only thq personnel i Industrial ble a sweeping order, which not transportation of so many cylinders with equal force tn,the (whole?" portatlon of manufacturos. The new ,.lgt(m startlng about May 1( will abolish the traditional "wine art The fight has aroused much inter- and tho other apparatus needed is & ;?v law erUcd Its first six months' record of Coxcy hicsh" of the officers but will bar new army ho ls prganiz- - est, both within tho State and out- task so staggering that oven t; Ohio County Fiscal Court .. ... . .. m at tlio cIoho of business Anrl .'5. and . n? side. Th!a ls due to the prominence, boldest safq cracker would not unr all alcholtc liquors from every ship aiJ shore Btntlon of navy. This or- Ohio County Fiscal Court met In report of yesterday's treasury re- - to prosont demand on behalf of the of both candidates and the issues dertake it. This was tho first primary der constituting one of tlio most no- regular ucralon Tmsday with all tho'ecipts tell tlio story of the full period ItJjc table victories ever won by the pro- magisiraio" pivsvim aim j"ugu u"" so iar as relates 10 rmuiuit:, nui", (xay approved tho spirit Of the lu- held In Alabama under the now direct Ohio County Boy Honored. hibition forces, was Issued upon the ll. Wilson prcsldlnj:. A great deal of other official rejiorU just fcisucd cov- Workers of the World, but election ot Senators law. "Mr. R. A. Foster, of Marlon, Kfr.r National party leadens and even General routine business llUs boon Utaposed .r i UuUill tlie commercial operations ho frowlled u,,on suggestions shQuUH recommendation of Surgecn Branded, it was brief to thq point. of during the session, besides the 0f five months and furnish a basis from Wg auaenCQ timt tho marchers the Democratic Administration have won the annual Patcrson oratorical g problem for a estimate as to tho sixth month s(y0 t,l0 good things of life en been assisting Uriderwood drink- troublcsomo in his contest which was held In the chAfel "The uso or Introduction for campaign. Ills defeat would have last Thursday light, ing puposcs of alchollc liquors on which has clvcn tills and former ;0f the norlod. - I. i, natnni raini The .actual figures for the bIx '.vijat we want Is to set the law boon tho repudiation of tho tariff Mr. Foster ushered in a new arfl board any naval vessel, pr wltliln mo.u uwv Jaw, of which he was the author, practical thought by presenting to the any navy iyanl or station is strictly uoni. An iu.ieiui monins suow a. tail oi mure iiuiu u, on ouu 8i(Ju('" jl0 said. by tho people of his own State. audience, . prohibiten, and commanding officers uruay vj ysi touirj;u or '""i'i'H uuv.wu in customs roteipis .wacui tm- - , "Tho Making of Mcfe," Underwood made his campaign chief- which deals chiefly .with attalmnf will bo lield directly responsible for all of tho roads In tho county, In pared with tho corresponding period' nilSOn Man Defeated. patcrson, M. J., April 7. Repub-th- ly on his past record in Congress, the various districts, but U was found '0f ti10 preceding year. Kot a single to tho college professor and 0tti' tho onforccment of this order." at 3east 90 Per cent of the bids ' monUi In tlio entire period shows ns Hcaus gained and Democrats lost a drawing particular attention to his dent, Tho subject was well prepared In a statement Issued tonight Secwcro too hlsh for the amount of larze recelnte from customs as that ana 1 thn Housn of Henrcsentatl-tretary Daniels said: tariff .work. and delivered In as pleasng a manner. Hobson ma)io his stand almost ot Mr. Maron .Robert McCauley, "1 am In hearty agreement with money which had Hsn api)ropriatcd'0j tho corresponding month of the today, as the result of a special ejecquesTtiq bids mere sot prectUIng year, when tho Paiyne-Al- entirely on th.e prohibition Lousville, Ky., who spoke about. tion Ui ithe Seventh New Jersey the views expressed by tho Surgeon for this purpose. tion, with a side issue of attacks "Joan of Arc," was awarded second law was In operation, and in trlot. General lrr bis paper accompanying asldo aril the following order, which with un- but ono of the f IVo months, for which of on Underjwood, charging that the place. Mr. McCauley, who was prior row H. Drukker, a contractor tho recommendation. Thcro should not ls self cxpalnltory, entered details of Imports are available, are Passaic, was elected Congressman to latter was "a tool of tho lquor In-- J to this collegiate year, a student at be on uhlp board with roforenco to animous voto of the court: of Wall the University of Iowa, delivered all Aa much as the major portion of tho innwrts of manufactured mater- - SUCCecil tho late Robert L. Bremner, terests and an emissary Intoxicants, one rulo for officers and sec another aud different rule for the en- the bids for working tbovarlous on ialj as largo as in tho corrcfcpondUig i,y TOOre than 5,000 plurality over- Street," and directing attention to excellent speech and promises Jx ber- tho contribution of Thomas F. Ryan come a forcible speaker. James J. O'Bryno, a Democrat, listed jycrsonncl. The Baddcst hour In tions of roads has boon rejected, sec- - month of tho previous year. Tho attempt to Bharpcn the wits BOnal-- y Indorsed by Presldertt WHson to Uriderwood's campaign fund when It can be truly said that this conmy IKo Is when an officer or cnllst- - motion of Esq. B. P. lUc0 and onded by Esq. Wliwon Smith, it is 0f nuinufacturers by whetting them axili ajdcd by some pf tho foremost Underwood was seeking tho presiden- test was the best ever held at State-- . J man must be punished for intoxi of tial nomination in 1912. All the speeches were excellent and cation. During tho past week l lias ordcnU and directed fchat the wrlous aganst ,tho wits of th0 rest of the campaign spealserB at Uiq call ' Had Hobson been able to control tho aidlenco was at a loss to wasrv approve a sums heretofore Ret apart, for work World does not scorn to have been a tii0 Administration. been n.'y lilnful duty to bridges to various succcs3 thus far. aa the five months piguhaj compiled by tlio Republlc-Maslstcrl- tho entire prohibition sentiment In who would win. After the Judges ixurt martial for dismissal from the on .tho roads and mmilp committee gave tho State, accordrne to close studistricts bo used b'y conn-- ( period shows not only a fall in the an '""A(intoxication. the decision tho society Hurvtco of an officer for ty roiil engineer and hl3 helpers In ; importation" of tho materials which tho'totr.l vote, with two out of 112 dents pf Alabama politics, ho would medal was presented by Dr. Patter Ho told me that ho liud never tasted fifty-nin- e son, with complimentary remarks conIntoxicant drink until Jio died so In tholr respective precincts, with the they must use, but also a large fall election 'districts missing, as follows: have had an easy majority, as 10,64a; counties cerning tho work of tho. society." (Republican), advice of tlio magistrates in tlio dlf in tho cxiioris pf their products. Nor out of the slxty-sove- n Drulvl.er tho wlno mess on tho cruise. Othcin districts ' in such do tho rcproto from Uio sixth month O'Uyrne (Democrat), 6,143; Demarest are Miry" under tho local option Tho above Is taken from the Mea who have been disciplined for drink- fcrcnt maglnterlal on Hobson tho State University paper at Lexing(Pro manner as they doom best for the suggest any material Improvement In rsociallst) 5.118: Whitehead attacks ing to excess, havu made similar and this particular. successful care of tho roads gressive) .estimated COO. Drukker mode liave centered on the latter's absen- ton and reaches us through the Madstatements to me. to teeism from the House and tho refu- ness of our o"Jd friend Herbert Felix. bridges of tlio county. &nd 'ithey aro Tho customs receipts Pf (March, tho his fight on a platform opposed aro now commissioned at "Officers Erected to )iav0 eald roads vorktU sixth month of tho period, which are tho legislation wrouglit by tho Wil- tation of Hobson's charges that Un- Young Mr. Foster, who ls mentioned the ago more In somo dcKrees an Index of actual son Administration, while O'Dyrne call derwood was in league with WaU St., as having won Uie Patterson modal n Tw,,,. this ethcr by contract for ono or MUlVlUIUVi'V Bald Imports, are no larger than those of ed upon tho voters of the district to aud the liquor interests. In oratory Is on Ohio county boy. lie Uestroys of said sections, or nit cf tho temiitatlon which too ofteu sections Jn any ono tfSfing precinct; March of tho . preceding year, and send him to Congress as a token oi ls the son of Mr. Joseph Foster and hljfhcst usefulncBS of young ofthe Safe Blowing Doomed. but they aro to have said roads work- when It Is considered tliat much of tho tholr approval of the President's polwas bora on a farm in Uie No Creek ficers? I think not. If tliero Is ono ed Uy sections fortius pUrposo of keep- receipts of tliat month In the cur- icies. The death knell of safe (blowing neighborhood about 3 mUes North of profession nioro than any other that re as a "profession" has teen sounded. Hartford. His father moved to Criting an Itemized account of tho post rent year came from sugar Imported Leadlne Democrats, however calis for a clear head and a steady nlmblo-tingeroquick-witteof maintenance of all the. roads and in earilor months and awaiting tho fused to accept the result of the elec The tenden county before he was gnwtt. band, It ls the naval profession. Exhere- r.duced rates which began with tion s a repudiation of Now jerseys "gentleman burelar," proficient in aiti was then living near Beaver Daa .wisdom of brllgos in thq various .auctions perience has shown th tofore laid out. If hcv believe they March, there scorns no reason to ex- first citizen. They declared that the the use of explosives, ito whom ap- We are always glad bo. note the fme-cehaving no Intoxicants on our ships can diparently the strongest and most work said roads mora success- pect any material Improvement in the reapportionnient of 1912, which of an Ohio county boy, and for iho young men, who enlist. fully bv employing hands, teams, general imports of tho month. young Foster is made, pf t safe fal'3 on easy prey, may Passaic County, from Sussex vorced "1 bcllcvo experience has demon contract, they forth, than For the flvo months (the. Imports and Bergen Counties, arid placed it find himself compellii to iturn his proper material and will continue should pre 'd .trated that a uniform rulo . so and aro also directed of raw materials amount to but In a congressional district by itself, wits to other ends than that pf safe to honor his naUvo county. vail in tho navy for all ,who enlist f OKalnst $280,000,000 In the left a normal Republican plurality. blowing, says tho Cleveland Plain highest nuik from ih, -samo months of the preceding year. Altlio Congressman Bremner, a Dem- Dea'er. For safe blowing will be Via More About the Split Drag. t ....... OT OI - v'" - " IU U1U vmtniroat onlfRf41 til.in f UUItMfk They aro alao iHrectcd to begin and those of manufacturing aro nut. ocrat was elected by this new dis well-nig- h impossible In tho near futho service and fleer, who comes into Cromwell, Ky.. April 6. Mr. Edl against $149,500,000 In tho trict, the Democrats tonight asserted ture. This not bscauso pity, State work as soon ad' Xt. W possible so out the tliat abolition of tlio wlno mess, will to Mo, taking bateBans'ldoration tho $122,500,000, personal one. and Federal police have devised any tor. As thq reads wore let preceding year. that his success was a be Justified." fourth to bo warkill with split log condition of thervroads und the am Frederick W, Vanbtarcom, chairman now and more effectlvo meblwtds of Meantime tUi export rocojds are deUCrip-Uo- n Tlio new order will replace tjuw. brigands. drag, aud as Mr. Taylor's nRautnp th m emoloy equally tad, so far OS relates to forc- ot the Republican .County Committee, capturing tho different to any t section of the naval instructions lk MIIr.M. of drag s nnvlnp nttnd- WV,11P. J' Tho authorities doing (bhoir best are into for- said tonight: WVlv i which permits tho formation pf Nvluo ttlou to thoseroads .whioli are in tho ing American manufactures had seen thought, I woutU Dorrect "Tlcre Is no doubt about tho faot apparently no match for tho ingen- what I believe to bo a mistake In eign markets "in competition with 'messes. This provision reads: un- worst condition first, anil so on that 'this campaign was waged uptm uous safo blower. tlio wits of the world." dd3criptlon was "Wardroom officers may form a til all shall avo been worked, Strangely enough this war of his construction. Ills Tho official record of tho five Uio Important questions raised by the ...,. wlno mcEB of whlcli nil conimlsslonol to not all rght except hu sot his pieces on This, fact science upon tho safe blower has months ended with Fobpuary, 1914. national Administration. dfi and mirniiit officers attached to the i Hno of gald Senators started In Uio United States where edge or nearly to, while all the shows but $295,500,000 worth of fin was forcibly presented by r M aMf) ulld to k03p ship may becomo members, upon the have scriptloi'B I havo soon say to lay exported against James and Lowls In their speeches applied sciences and mechanics payment of mess entrance feo; but no any split logs flat on ground.. bUrfXd tho ramaliuler M tho ished manufactures oxported in tho samo In tho district last night, and they reached a greater height Uian $815,750,000 becomo Ono man sa'Id to let front ploce exofficer shall bo required to to from 8pUul0g.umg, months of tlio preceding year and of laU great .trees upon that fact. ot other country en earth. It inchos to the' theref. SultoabJe locker or a membor mQ nlcH(U;atton tkaeoti undor manufactures Germany that tho now mothiM of tend svbout fourteen for further uso In room for wln0 mess stores comes. left. I think that Je a good idea as on- Rowan's Will Probated. Uho rdlleotbn of the teountiy road combatting Uiq safeblowor against Miss $149,000,000 manufacturing, , when fitUng a ship for j.rovI.U-man- It will nuiko tho pieces track whoa osslstants. r,hn will of Miss Anna, Rowan was Tho Krupps, Uio world-famoj. Ui,VUU,VUU in thu corresponding; irI a ' I !... flUli I. 1. ruH.n. nr.lf.mil flint nflPn Ol .i - . COurtiMOn and war jrun at right angles. Also to bolt on nrnlin.1...! In JUdcO WllSOU'S ufacturers ot ammunition ' .. t car, ,.. piece of Iron about lour feet long Whlli. admitting that Uio old regu- es Implements have bet their chemists xatlnc '" Piece-o-f To ono feature of UlO record UlO day. Sho give practically all her ...1 UT.1 .... ,mu lallan conforms to the lottfr of nor and engineers to work compounding loft hand end of front piece. frlcill3 pf the law point with pride, tate, probably worth $75,000, to . wagon tiro wou'M be good. One laws, Surgeon General Bralsted In thoIr a material btrong euoush to resist -namely an incrtasu In tho importa- nophowa, .1. Roy Cox. R. P. vox. , to Secretary Danhds his explosives said put tho film's about three foot Un ,)W.lnctB (ogother ot manufacturers, which show nieces, Lulu A. Cox and Ueosle Co , tho largest quantity of carry with apart. All said put planks ondrag "It moor bo an open question hCpcof tion clarcd wl(J that Uic safo blower can flvo niontlumnder ho new Smith. J. i.nw j'ar It lulflUs tlioso laws In iuhI tlio ,.,..,". bridges and culvorl for tho for the driver to rldo on. kind of f.,v minor liomicstE aro lllJldl) to him and tho best nonng uxna. ilS3.500.000 ill M.. w tissnnnooo en-- I splrlt." Ho I Tho roads were let out to bo work IT their co.Wlt.on. For months tlio uhemlsta and iU-t- ot y.a, other relatives. Tho will .was written -oi ujviiimw by J. Krupps Jiavo been at ed in job lots here tho fourth. The l"I'ainiont for tho work abovo sincere of Mw tho May 18. 1S99 and witnessed them express jWork steadily aiU quietly making ex- people so far as 1 Mary E. King und Dr. A thought tho court did wat, uttcached to periments. Now tJiey nnnounco that thoiobolves "n0n, f000. cuing the doors for tho admission of Crowe. A codicil on Navy. "and tho JJ" bllll'rop,orly made out and slgne! by fur - manaotur f pom abroad free of duty the will bearing date March 14. 1914. 'tiich material has at last beenespec- uot want to allow enough for work, tho subjeet ing roads but 1 am afraid they will wrf0iulng Ul0 80rvi0o This new material Is M, . about two weeks boforq her death. U ." ,..,,: ur m iwv ..., Al t.,... Hint, foncreaa bos wamiy bo of UiJnk different about tax paying Ume. in. by Vasco Athtr'n urvi ially suitable for Uni manufacture a slowing down of production at hom wjia wltni-saetho stamp of disapproval upon "w ,lyri rk Uono w niatorlal fur-4- o is evidenced by both the Import and C. M. Illpsley. safes tha4 will really bo safo In Bptto 1 think tho 'court d!l Its' duty and of Intoxicants by perwms in the lu nd B0Cond lot ull that .the clcvrrvtst buglars nnd tho bea It could under the circumJ'XIHirt ftgunu. , now and mlUtary services. 'A Card to The Public. M and Bocond Mocyay i ufo crackers may iiitompt to do to stances. 1 Uiought Uio coot rather nwtorlal 1m- Tim minufacturlmr today" wrote ",V matters Btoi high, though may U mhtaken. It thorn. I hitvo sold my Intcifht In the Yliin ai 1I10nth oreaf ter. per cent 12 porUll hai dccriastd wJjJ tho Burgeon General, 'an ontoted partner, eonchlde the w &. Aon material will not allow Itself was a now thing aiul no ono Koww The measured by the total values, wlitlo r.r Likens man ta very properly subjected to 'bl)Cntb8 ) wjint tho cost or tho Inspection would ,t and ndJouni. nearly over article In the list kIiows M 0'. iJkens. and I am gl.nl to to bo readily fused or pencirouu If wlno sever., disciplinary ucumikii cl0h b1v, or oxyocetyleno be, so nil. I thought, tried to kw monibew havc many friends that I hat thu oxyhyUrosoH say to my decreased nuantltles Impoitwl. onl l m beer Is found In Jiis lnte,Ujeiml ntAwitlon to Uio varl- now itotd by tafeblowers. on bafe side. wvn in a mwi, burner . -Tho crideacu of u slowing down In mixed and mlngleil way, shipboard, yet tho same man is con- - r v If court accepts blla it should requeaUoais uml hau , that 1 am The material J u variety of oast buslncis an well as a .difficult nuu,ufactumJ 1rClllcca U iualy of al- e nwiiru wi uii; khifl Bti'iil, ls extremely hard and so great quire each contractor to kcfji un exof guardians your SutlllP ViJllu oniliniira,4uiVtt ux. vi ry tliunktut to you for which TVen cholle liquoiu on board so that next .time th In am its Twisting (towers Unit it will pense will na aii.lilt?'4,xtc?,(" 0iih.Jl,UJ.Uy' ' hat ported toMng dcclhud about 7 per favors of tho ast, and i.4 nfflehilb' iiermltttU to ofto'iM and people will not bo so Ignorant ns ho has withstand Uie best boring tools .lj.rlliM'ttflllu Ull1lh I (nnn'l '. II ... U'i. ntl1 livir 11k. r'ho ...nt In thu flo monuiii. coiiipurvu Iwhalf of my partner thaU ' ..i... ..... ,nr.....i on. to bid. and will appreciate jour kind pat- uomo out none tho worso for Uie jC occur aiuoug thorn in coiwiijuwicel yiiyTcomvit I'onipuny at college hall with tho samt uiontliu or last yuan Irouago us I Imve. C. V. Alvl.KN.' .. A. C. ACTON. slaught made on It by tho most cs- ... .Innl.rtl u ,.u Iiii.ll .... ...... ui auuvi ... 41... ,.- - i. .3.. I..K. cvJCquwa of Jut and showing llftlo wiujui. Tho prOlllUlUOU IESSON SHIPS HON . rail i .'.:... dtrjj road-workin- f-- at s Dis-drl- ch ( V i al 7L!L L: fv d, d ss wrt-dent- ly ( .Sffif4 "" J? Kke-iesenl- $253,-000.0- Bllk-hatt- cd J- K9 ",,,, ... r ...., .ii-,.- f ,- 1 thit.V'.X': r 7 Mtl.0 "!. r z is Ttho ...., TLTLr.ana ,- wJ,05f ctsrrv .rst -- sl - .. iir; it lu-ar- I te " .c. .. ,,, pro-'duee- d. r JT - ioy "' u, it, to-w- I I 1 j. ON . .- nj''"VJr ' - Vi t ..fc-- tw 1B0DPB GUARD ITS GOLD. HIS FOOLHARDY FEAT. ' AMAZONS OF THE ALPS. BTaeof Might the Bank of England Hat ji Military Display. A Narva Trying Climb Up the Face of ctiaipnny of bnrgc of mi titlkcr mnrclicd ww2rrenliiff from tlic Chelsea or tlic Wtiin&an barracks to the Uunk of MnCUKd. For the Inst few years, ow-jsto be Rrent Increase of street fecatftc, tfbe Midlers hare gone by the iMfflcrsrouud railway, and nowadays oas-nlsliUy guard Is drawn from the tti;pc ftattaned In tlATTower of Lou- - We 130 rears In n gunrds-Bar- Wlbe visitor to London waits by the touc&i&ex evening at half past (I o'clock K1 fioc about thirty ineu In the narcbed ii) in parade dress fixed bayonets and loaded These arc the only Iwjni that may march through thu tri&j 4ft Juoudou with Used bayonets. Ke e;n UiemsolvM like this duty. WUifio they inarch back to ipiarters, uJujiI 7 o'clock In the morning, they an they please for the rest of mtjyv cite C&y. and they receive an extra iftK.Utt? a day from the bank nacli man also has n pair of Han lilxvxkcts wherein to wrap himself wfcslc te waits for bis turn to go on In winter big tires are light-- 3 Tcr tbem. They have generous provided for tbem. and rtiic fEer In command bus a dinner Cwcsr tAmiKlf and two friends. In the daytime another curious the past Is to be observed. detectives guard all the doors. .WjcoWTftlformed beadles are also paid Rr the service. From the standpoint nf 2EeJeney. these officials are very itowIb In the way. but as long as the p.'uaJk ( Kapland has been in existence TO '.beetles have policed It; Conse-- J 7iua3y the beadles are allowed to re- 'WKlh man-usfzr- iorse of a lieutenant and two sor-s:.1- n vr.Rd Tcastom of providing a little Ter Ohe 0anl: dates back to 17S0. mRira an atfcack was made upon the Imnii y a mob during the Gordon rfwttc picturesquely described In "IJar- nsiAy Hcfige." 'It Is said that In the rfcfliVlist ensued between the rioters am etc lerks of the bank the latter nndRcd iCtelr metal Inkpots for after their supply of bullets &:2 Siren out. Youth's Companion. gar-rfrx-- IZIUfH. ( HSZHBDOUS MAIL ROUTES. !Fnftait3ln Some Countries Are Never Sure of Their Lives. ae i3el postman In the Sahara ISajjtftt aosy cinch that is. if he has a Cavvtfy he's anslous to live for or bap n care free bachelor . r he needs all the nerve! iwir " nn.fl A. nut reicwoO Mm us their particular nrev. rsvr ..tfwa fcnnw trtinn Imctni'ta ttflKSber or not he Is going to reach Job I"t Cfcat he makes, for the wild ? ""''';""',' : '' tribes, i . UiRilLecSttation. XteorKtar tin;TrorW. Tiwn: 3i yarfissf Switzerland the safest has the postman in some In fact. In several places In tijsSntsintry It Is considered Just about tfcvi nttfcrt dangerous profession that a in' XTwcply-Mjven'eaie- British conservatism. The Englishman, eats bacon and eggs 30? mornings in man could pick out? a' yeur and welcomes leap year belaa'twntfi'of Siberia 'they have only the it enables'him to indulge in that cause Mflwciwan deliveries u year, while In the SCO times. mondelightful &natotart CSilua they have o regular archy may dishabolished and Tbe bouse be the iffUnurg oc regular postman. Chicago of lords deprived of its prerogative, but the English breakfast will remain as it was in the days of the conqueror. "Primrose Cures. New York Herald. Wt primrose of old was credited 'rrflati.a mvdlclnnl as well us n That Elusive Gray Hair. Even now In some coun-fi- r "What makes me really mad." said fjairi .of 'England n decoction of Is supposed to restore the woman, "is to spend minutes, mayftnttinoo-- ' x. Rtfiliffff TiMmury. and In HKM. when be hours, trying to get hold of a white Oi"u-ty- r wrotv his "London Dlspenw hair that shows up on my head like a .! "img. pi .trose v.is regarded as dazzling light, yet which Is tantalh-ingl- y elusive when I try to catch It. im aHuww universal panacea, curing lirxinfjAi;i "Tailing sickness, palsies. and then when I do dually separate it sdl'-- T Mieimthculug "the brain. from the brown hair and give it a Real wnvs and memory exceedingly." And vigorous pull, to find that I have Widowed KutherPleasant. ito his iVjIthy did not disdain to snatched out n good brown hair and itv Minnie, yim know. eau itt. Toi primrose pasty was once a left the white one still shluing!"-N- ow diiujihleri-P- o that your silverness Is koIhk to get York Times. Tlrj7tot 'ilre delicacy. London umrrh'd? Minnie I'm in glad to get teiiiivd rid of the hateful tiling. 1 wits ufrnid A Long Stay. she w.is never K'din: '" leave us Who -- Plsjjtd to Meet You." Bello I'ussay I'm tiled of being puroIuu' to marry? Widowed 'Tit Awe', '('is have n polite habit sued for my money. I'm going to the Is she Me. I.oudnii Toliniph. an. &(&",; j'leas n oor girl nnd ltd to u new iicqualiit-nw- country and po-ist o'u'ii-the words, 'TUmm-i- I wait for tbe (irM man vtbo oileis himJust Accident. m. ra.Mt jn(' iiHmngli upon uhat the self, niaiii'he limit Well, .ion tuud you have for ''I pfenwiH .tu i t. or how they know the country in Miuimcr well enough, till- don't see what claim accident liiMirsuicc." Ktlil the but you'll thul the winters Just horrid. ciiiii. it - i ; .'isiiie. or why no tiyeut "you Nvero thrown out of a imiiic. Wilch Is not the 1'itlllll -I- 'uek. wuuoii. I admit, but. ou your owu Millcipatlou mid which nuisut f .mi. statement, you were imt hurt " A Cpmmunity of Interest. he very dlsogiceablo. mill tvtij "Well, wnsu't It by the merest ucci "Mrs. Itixuvn and Mis. (iieen seem to tJiiotit w Yiimiihccd nt iilght to hf I escaped Injury V" kUKUhlcd the have llltlu to do but talk aciobs the dent jiluoHunf lei. never been able fo claimant I'uek. fence." Mo Sntmd.iy Uevlew, "Yes. they have plenty o talk about. Mrs, I'.ruwn has Just come out of tlic TaUmj Their Turn. -- 3C"ny vuituiK t polkeiiiau beside this hospital nnd Mrs. (ireen thinks of claud I'hilu Healer. 'JtSTJX. tKMK-ir.'-" lor Infant and Children. "at newly painted " -Tactful. jii'i Uep people from .'3.'Ris Kind You Have Always Bought Dobsou had jul bought u new type iWf'itaVii." -- :.: hut he mh keep wrltiiiK machine. 'em In line" Bears "Now. hut color ribbon do yon want gignatlUt) jlCaxviK llty .lounial. (he snle.iii:iu for thta miK'hiue?" Uhked "Oh, black, by all mentis:" kuM I ! So ft Is. don, "Vou see. my typewriter Is u ivld Vn.-Ju an ui.vsk iiiij thing sltep.i!" Good Citizenship. jmt. child. What put tUut ow." Judge. ((.'oatrlbutHj.) He thnt fenrs not the future How can wo got It? I fa it blK kw ""V.ML tw'tj aivn,3 ,vawulug."-ijiiltl-ti- nuf the present. tlpn but it ought Jo bu w1m.iI in .miHle.u. cntes;. Viks ee bomo of the postolliees are a height of 7.000 feet. There vinnrSna letter box at the summit of which is nearly 10.000 feet ' aSwac ibe sea level. Here all sorts of l iliwttaiTis things have happened to uti riflttewti carriers of mall. Three have ilfieu eruched to death by avalanches zxodi a. large number swooped down The English Breakfast. J killed by fierce eagles. Kugland has known many changes 'SICrtM ,Iu India the tostmnn always during recent years. Caste lines have VnwlieTSe on the lookout for snakes. It been tte iSuSitobl that wltliln the last year longer obliterated, the silk hat is no an 12? shop .killed by snake bites and ship, actorsobject of reverential worhave been kulghted nnd by tigers. bands introduced Into restaurants. But iiarllt dt. when In this country breakfast table is the last ditch of VSiutmonesc Of being a postman seems the at a Steep Precipice, In his book, "Trailing and Camping In Alaska," A. M. Powell, a government surveyor, tells how 'one of bis party was led into a most hazardous predicament. He nays: Wo landed on a grassy nook at the foot of a precipitous mountain spur. After supper one of the trio tried to climb to it ledge of white spar that could be plainly seen from the camp. After an hour's hard work he reached the ledge, but It proved disappointing. Ho then saw thi)t he could not descend without eyes In Ids toes, if be could ascend a few hundred feet be might lower himself down u draw by the help of scattering alder brush. lie spent another hour In getting to that place only to discover a precipice In the path he had expected to descend. There was another chauce left: he might climb to the top of the spur far above. No living man could have clung to the face of that precipice a minute if It had not been for the moss that was rooted In the small crevices. Ho continued climbing until about 10 o'clock, when lie paused to look down on the camptire and the water, more than a thousand feet below him. He felt a sickness come over him, so he turned his gaze to the rock wall, a foot from his face. When near the summit he found himself face to face with a perpendicular wall about twelve feet high. There appeared to be a small bench on top of this wall, on which he might rest if he could reach It. He sat-fo- r a few moments on n large rock that lay at the foot of the wall; then with his knife be cut niches for linger nnd toe holds. Holding on by these he climbed up and dug a sort of trench through the moss on the rim above, through which be might draw his body. Then he descended to the roek for n long rest before making the final effort. He finally nerved himself to the task. put lili fingers In the niches and drew himself from the rock which, with the pressure of the departing foot, said goodby and went bumping down, down down. The man was left clinging to his niches hope and life above, sure death below. Big drops of sweat stood on his forehead as he steadily worked up. up. and held with one hand while he dug the other into the moss above. Half of bis body finally rested on the edge, while the other half hung In space without a foothold. It seemed Impos sible to move from that position until he saw an alder stem, an Inch in diameter, that had grown on the little flat bench. lie tried Its strength. It en- bled Um fo anU e n the narrow bed of moss, where he r,,..i,r ,,r f,.t.i rn ...,. ...i m. nu-fntlr There was hut one way out and that was along a six inch shelf about 100 feet to the westward that ended on the sloping ridge. Along this a man could edge his body by holdim: on to the Jagged places in the rock wall, ne took off his shoes and set off along that sloping path, but be had to be careful not to look down from his dizzy height to the distant camptire. The feat was accomplished safely and a thankful mortal lay on the green, grassy ridge In complete collapse, nis aneroid barometer recorded 2.140 feet above the sea, and his watch told him that it was halfpast 12 In the morning. Big and Brawny, They Do the Rough est Kind of Heavy Work. On the mountainous slopes of tlio ndnloiiecchlitu district of the Alps there Is n curious nice of powerfully built people. I''or some reason best known to themselves tiiey build their dwellings In spots Inaccessible to ordinary mortals. The people of the valleys are quite a different class of beings ami are looked upon as weakllue. which they certainly are compared with the sturdy men and women who ascend the steep and rugged roads leading to primitive cottages. The men me rough or mien and boast a physlipie that is extraordinary, but they fire not so remarkable us the women, who may he described us peaceneigh-boilug ful Amar.ons. Most marked Is the difference between the women who live In this of Italy mid the Trench ones whose home Is but n few miles away In the valley of the Isere. between Chambery and Modaue. The latter are ordln'ury peasantry, but the funncr at- ....ttf ffll.t- Illll IIIK'II ..C .1... ..I..I...H I. ....... llllllll l.ilt.1 Vltl.- Il.l.,l..l. Wl 1IH.1 ifltl.lv 111' I'.vlilll nf tin. It' til'it atv por-tlo1 .fi.-f- li ..p n CHu-ath- &, u .atbadt& most harmless and least e. lve! a6 . Why go through life embarrassed boxes Belling Victor Safes ml lr.ij disfigured with pimples, eruplawyer, dentlKts anil to merchants, tions, b'ack-headred rouRh skin, O' a sate, tint do not know liowcAxjrltliitoown our propolllonone of or suffering the tortures of Eczema, oie. f oortunl. f beit, clean eut Mluoul ire loua cxw-rt--r Itch, totter, salt rheum. Just ask Vur ever rceeleil ceYOU caii duplicate the aueeeai ofnthrrt. Druggist for Dr. Hobson's Eczema lilmtraled tur liaiulaamely to prreent the aubjeet catalogtocuaOintment. Follow the simple suggestll enable you itmeM in as imcrejiinR a maiiiieraa inougu over. rou wcro piloting t cm through our factory. Men aptwlnted as tions and your skin worries ai 1. 1. i.... ii v.. m.h,h nnd ltmirucilnn for aelllni: Mild, soothing, effective Excellent convliH'Init lalklns ints which It la lmpoMble lor a sales, irlvlnc ctiMomer to deny. Whl proiectlTe SKOBELEV, THE MADCAP. for babies and delicate, tender skin. don't YOU bo thn llr-- t to aply from your vlrlullr betore someone etae gets the Urrltoryt Wc can (aror only cie salajuun out of each locality. Stops chapping. Always hclis. Be1 ne.iiiiniiuiTcrrar uiuur Millet Thought Him Almost a Reincarcompany was celebrated by lief or money back. 50c., at your erecting the most moilern aafn sssESSSSSSSSSSffBnBoavjHp jj"jwi ttjsjaaa' Ka nation of Napoleon. tactory In the; world. Wide-aam Druggist. A. few days before he sailed for EuSBn wlio reeelreil our iKflal aellliiK Induermrnl, rope on tbe trip which ended with taJjrtilttneoatxartaJsr!' his death on the Titanic, Frank D. or output Ws ar mws. of dollars e Millet said to a friend In bis studio: Kan thousands oriranliatloa our sales "Skobelov! Uow well I remember but to learn all particular, will ctii you only to pries st blm! We used to call him the Mud-capostal card. That was when be swam the 1ST. JUHor Catalog Danube against orders, dashed into Plevna without and THE VICTOR committed other tittle indiscretions of that sort which only a madman or ' SAFE & LOCK GO. a genius would attempt 1 came to recognize him as "Later CINCINNATI, OHIO almost a reincarnation- - of Napoleon. Our Ntw Honia Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually. His ambition wa literally about the He wanted Russame as Napoleon's. sia to conquer the world. I stood with htm once on the heights above Con- CTO f.oalm.ft.mnln I. ,.., ill ...ttiiu, icii'.jul i I oiC.Ivjti II ua I.. f...l. EiltiilliuuiHt: 'I ) iVOTSftsiSirSTOsW-'JisFiiiiisf- ' t before the treaty of ban Sterano when he outlined to me his schemes, ji -- TH'ife 111 which began with the absorption of tbe Ottoman empire, then extended to H Will Increase Your Yield 10 to 30 Bushels Per Acre a conquest of India and concluded We caro not what corn you have now, if you plant FARM- H with piratical designs on England in ERS 1NTKUEST WHITE DENT alongside of it. it will beat it 10 Europe. to 30 bushels per acre. g "It was unbelievably naive, nnd 1 Farmers Interest has been bred for 18 years. Barren m should have dismissed the talk as the. stalks have been eliminated, the cars jjrow very large and the ssa veriest) moonshine had 1 not been a is always won the H quality thehigh. This variety has Corn Expositions, highest hon- witness during the preceding months great International ors at open to the to tbe man's rise from nn Inferior BHlw9isHHVaiiVi9V7"S m world, from the first one held in Chicago in 1007, down to and where lie was under a cloud, bh including this year, 1914. to a lieutenant generalship, with which The selection, breeding and improvement of this corn has U be bad become the hero of the war. H conferred on farmers, and all the people, greater benefits than B He was then the practical hand which all the work of Luther Burbank, the plant wizard of California. Russia held on Turkey's throat He The least expensive and most certain wav to imnrnvn n corn died only a few years later, miserable, crop is to let others do the breeding and you buy the result at a wasted, futile. A strange man. a small price per bushel. For a farmer to produce a bushel of great man; I think tbe most remarkcorn like we will sell him for a couple of dollars would require able man I have ever known." Richthe work of years worth a thousand dollars or more. ard Barry In Century. Send your name for a FREE sample and further particulars and photo reproductions or grand sweepstakes exhibits. Better H Doubles of' Fam'dus Man. g write NOW. The photographs of Tennyson, who resembled Pickeni. VA-UWjni- Er corn are well worth seeing. Named and introduced by bad. despite dl?p:irity of yc:it. nn alBAKING POWDER most perfect "double" in Sir Leslie 0. K. SEED TORE, DEPT. Indianapolis, Indiana Stephen. I'erhnps It is similarity of occupation or inrereKts thnt breed Mention The Hartford Republican When You Write for Professor Schruder urns so like Huxley thut even their Intimnto Best friend Crcuit DulT mistook one for the other, nnd Sir Ijiureuce fuils. Best scarcely dhtlngutahnble from vrii because M . Du Mnurier. The his brother it irjukes every baking! theory, however, hardly account for light, fluffy and evenly the linllciiiiw n semblance of Kdniund raised. Best because Vutex and the late nhal of Persia. LondouChiiinlcle. it is moderate in cost s, and powers of endurance. There are several tjpes of women In this district of the unfreipientcd Alps. Dark complexions suggestive of southern Italy, brunettes and bloods may be seen working side by side. "AIJ. however, are tall, well built and muscular. The work these women are capable of and which they do cheerfully is enough to terrify nny average laborer In the British Isles. It Is not a little gentle farming or milking or anything that can be done with comparative case, but bard, laborious work of all kinds, requiring much physical strength and sustained effort. To see women carrying loads of n hundredweight and more for miles along rough roads and up 'steep inclines Is quite common, nnd that a stranger should comment upon the feat Is to them incomprehensible. They have been accustomed to work since the days of their girlhood and cannot imagine the delicate ladles or the big towns. London Standard. way, but how? TItcro is one thing certain that there will have to bo somo effort niado by some ono. No, not by Just Bomo one, but by cvory ono who desires it. it can not bo dono by permitting boys to assoclato with the class of people, that nro now most assiduous in cultivating tholr frlciWshlp. Good citizens aro not mado In pod) rooms, saloons and around livery stablds. Thero Is something wrong. Tho movement to brlns the boy and his father together more Is a good ono and will help, but 'too often the father is not what ho should he so that .docs not help much. The church will tell you that Its Influence Is all powerful nnd It does much Rodd but It will fall without' othor aid. Good Then what is nticcissary? homes and good schools. If the parents of this country can sco that It Is up to them to start the child out right much good will b? accomplished but coupled with tho school schools such as wo should have we am have such nn influence for 'cod on this present day boy that the future will be better than It Is The teacher, u factor more potent than any other except iosslbly tho mother, can do more townrtt the upbuilding of the citizenship cf this country than any other. That Is, If ho is the real teacher. If there could be such an awakening as would unite tho church, the parents, the teacher and all good citizens In one common cause it could bq .accomplished. Boniq to-da- y. 1! "Thrilling Moments in the Life of a M6ving Picture Actress" I i The Grlat Edison Star of tho "Movle" want to road this sensational Story. Not fiction, but facts. 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Llpplncott's Is enjoying a big reThousands of vival of popularity. new readers have, been addejd to Its the past subscription llsv during fow months, and its circulation Is Increasing rapidly. UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME prlce-yo- u WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. HOW TO REDUCE THE To-d- ay COSTJF GOOD .Send READING not have an end leaf chain of repair. tor Book of Biff w If you purchase the NKW have a life ataet at tbe UOME you will pay, and will LifiiicqttV'Little I Ir-g- H II Ja) I CoBcidttM A Barg-dM- ? New 'Bdition Jiat.tftJMh! 4 Saaaon 1913-191- Ue IcR-Prl SENT FREE UPON REQUEST WASHINGTON buy. J. B.L.rTlHCOTT 5fir.7W COMPANY PHILADELPHIA you waotaaewlDK machine, write for or lateat catalocue before you purcluwe. If hundrcd pcur.Hs of water to make one pound of dry material or to mature Uy r. V E. Taylor, Director Soil an nvcrngc aero of corn or grain It Culture Dcpt., IJcero & Co., Mollne, requires from four to six hundred Jlllnols. tons of water. sdll watr, holdPrimarily 1 want to Impress upon ing In solution Tho p'nnt food, Is carri(tlio mind of tlio farmer tjio fact IJiat ed through tho plant, performs Ita gocd fanning Involves at knst four functions and Is cvaporaU.1". through cssontlal featurta all of ofjlial Inipor-tnnc- o tho leaves. Soil molsturo together nniF all Intordcpcndcnt, and ti with humus, equalizes in a great HKr "?- -i "H nrglcct of any onli of theni will bo measure soil temperatures, dissolves ho nor or later reflected in the chomleal elements nnd dlstrlbutrs l,- -. of the arm. Tjio four wt.ej.s or tlipin, nnd in n great measure con- J" :.i OiiiratloiiH are bh follows: trlbuws to tlie life nnd activity of (1) Tlio seed bod. the soil. (2) Tlio fertility which Invohes tho . ' ,""1 iMiter Is faurfc in tho boII In three a.il uo.:css!ty of slosk niising. forum, namely: FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN '') Setd Bo'crtion and breeding. (1) Hydrostatic or gravitational. U) Cultivation and crop nianagc- -') Capillary wntar. All Picturco of Kentucky'o Governors llinllt. From ttm foundation cf the Stnlo to ll.e pr.t.nt ("J Mygroscoidc or vapor water. time Tho only complcta collection la exl.toaca Wo Willi first cono'llcr the seoil Hydrostatic Hydrostatic Water: SU'c, from Pictunnaf nil Yn 'IcatJ of t!.e 1)mI; bow it should be inado and what . water Is the water" that falls on tho I la j of till r nio.ialn colon. ll'erjr to ii.estownj.irtiltoad.Con-eresslonal Kentucky Map It should contain. Cod illicit surface In tho form of rains or by Ccnv. . I' l. I and Latcct cferlcts, rt Is the homo of the The seed-be- d cchpIctemapofthelX'ited States. I ullr.nclccmplurnuipoulic artificial Irrlxaton. If this water political rr!J. Iathol!iitii.IKcn:ui-!:j- of thesketch lOEiventteent time. ilnnt. From tho sail beds the plants exists dtatlstlcs from the fc undttton Sute to the pre in cxcessvo amounts ar.l per lixecutivc nepartment. All receive their essential requirements, colates s'owly, saturating the soil to ItincluJei: All' Smc O.Uci-Jj- . Departments of thoSti'c Government with the heads of each namely, food, air, water and warmth. force, with their salaries. Various the extent of filling the n'r i;rcch licnturky BoardianJ Courts vlih their atatl with officer; nnd - the Plant Requirements: Plant requlre- iictwecn tlio particles of sojj for a fcihrlcs. lMlitlcal Crmmlttccs and Organizations of the Ktntu"iy Urltcl St.ites Senator?. Kentucky Chief moms, lllio those of animals, are )rotractc(1 ri0, u rob ,,rlv out Spelters of the Kentucky House. Cpntiresjior.at Senatorial districts. I):stricts. nctln. lbo laws of life ami develop- Commission rs. aJ Jt wor;8 asastcr tQ Counties of Kentucky, w.icn made and from v. hat Counties. m;iit of tlio plant permit of no re If, however, the ground is of good All of tho Vital Gtntiitici of Kentucky. lieal, nor will tlicy toltrato radical In tilth, and the seed bed is deeji and This unique nnd valuable Atku 13 frco terference. Plants, lllto animals, may frco from hard pan, tho downward to all Evening I'ost subscribers. If not subsist on a starvation 'diet and in movement Is sufficiency rapid to now a sub:criber, send S3.00 for a full an unsanitary environment, but un- prevent smothering of the plant. If year's subscription, or 2.00 for a six months' subscription by mail. do' such conditions tho growth nnd a hard pan exists, which is rarely the prclluctlon Is unprofitable. The best case where deep plowing Jg practiced, Pl.aia unJcrctsciI, theta ratal or by mall iTi mtumf T only, and not through carrier or agent. resuVs are obtained only when na- but is usually found where tjio pracOUR SFEC1AL C0.MBINATI0H OFFER: r?vm-Mm'Jture's laws are observed and quanti- tice is to plow shallow, the soil re$3.09 Dally Erenint Poit, one year ty and qunllty of everything that mains saturated, rendering It cold, $1.50 Kentucky CoTernor'a Wall Chart Into the growth of either tho sour and lifeless. Deep plowing and Hartford Republican, 1 yr - 51.0;tVf, provT. d. plant or tho animal are $3.S0 subSoillng where i.t Is needed, nre AIAj THREE FOR Air: Plants require air, and it usually sufflclnct to properly take should not only be ucccssablc to tho care of ordinary' rainfalls. sialic, brandies and leaves but it Capillary Water: Capillary water is absolutely necessary that a sufla the reverse of hydrostatic water In IHIIIIV i .HIIIIIh ficient amount bo In the s"tUbed Its movements. Water Is stored In within reach of tlio plants and roots. the deeper Buhsol's and 1y the proNature lavishly supplies the plant cess of attraction Jt moves upward, with an abundance of atmospheric passing from soil partlc'io to soil oxygen and carbon above tho ground, particle, enveloping each with a film but it devolves upon man to so make of moisture until the surface Is reachand maintain the seed bit! that the ed. Tils water dissolves plant food parts of the plant below the surface clomncts and distributes them. It will also have an abundance of free also forms chemical combinations, nV' oxygen. making plant food compounds and Soil is composed of crystals and holds them In solution until they arc . DAILY BCTWCCltl particles of disintegrated rock con utilized by the plant. The root hairs, taining chemical elements. Tho ir- or food and water gatherers pass MaM.aiasraiS'aRffKtf iVtekw . u regular surfaces of tJe particles do between tho soil particles throwing BBBBBBB.aEjyTTtMKi3'Uj.-KaiTt).j,S1)UI FAULW not permit them to como In close out their minute tenticles twblch wrap contact with .each other. Tho inter around the particles of soil absorbjr?sSSIJ5HEB vening spaces are equal In volume to ing by the process of osmosis nour1m.'t the particles of soil, Hint is, approx- ishment and sending it through the :e5ll5. imately fifty ler cent of tho volume plant arteries performing Jts funcu(- of tbe average soil is air spaces. tions pt life and growth. lff!&&& lTftE''iiRfeATSi: "CEEAND212" These ppaces ore intended for the cir It is needless to say to the obJncaaih 98 fcet, 6 IdciW. 5!3 tutein' 1 pTlfVti 4rrfmiodttog HOO'paai M- H Lcaith 500 -- . 4 aypuiatii uuaU. mar aB culation of air and tho jiassage of serving farmer that this process is .ra! Crealar in ll all propotfea-fic!- uInUaJ waitanftha worliL InaemraJun. lljl. minute root. Oxyffen enters the soil not carried on in saturatpU .soil, for Maaaineeat Stan.er."SEEAND3hE." "Cty cf nrie" and "Ctyaf Bnffale"In various ways and is utilized by but few farmers have not observed D-i- lv CLEVELAND and BUFFALO . May J.t to Declit -- MlMOr.lIi. the plant roots, and through the the absence of a crop where water " U.nCkWUa'ai . ' :bp:M.J rJiraEaffal. M (rjeA.Mi. Arrira anclaad 61IOA.M. Arrive nwlo same air spaces carbonic acid gas haij, stood or the ground has been fllanjanl Tima rtra1 I . nai. I.lvi.....r.ll.n4ll7"ktniaml Canailtan Faint. Balli aaal Wtp' .1 and other noxious gases pass out. complete!.' saturated for pny con- -i or .leajner. Al,'l mdlaa btlwceo ClereUnd aod nuffala fcro goad for Iraa.poH.Uou if from any cause, (the ground is scal Blderable length of time. VourllcCct .Want for UckaU yUC.&H. liio. Vrilo M,for bandme.iliaMnted lwoUt tnr ed up. If the air spaces are cldgffed 'Ttifi CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Clveland O." Hygroscopic Water: Hygroscopic cither by water or pllt, the. plant 'suf- water Js the moisture that .is found fers from two things, namly, auto on sol partl.cles but is not subject Intoxication, caused by the presence to movement either by gravity or of poisonous gases .and smothering biy capillary attraction. More or less ensues, on account of tho absence moisture exists In the air, and as the of atmospheric oxygen. P.Vmts in this air enters the soil the, moisture &k- lrespecjt nro no.t unlike animals, for hprcs to the particles. This water 'sIbbbbbbW if a ninn or an animal is placed ln probably plays Httlo or no part in staBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnlpSk. a closed room where noxious exhal- dissolving or distributing plant food, sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbKb ations aro breathed and fresh air is but at the samo tlmo. It quenches In not admitted, the man or nnlmaj per- a measure, the thirst of ishes. Common reasoning should teach plants In semj-arl- d rosions. us how to rectify tho condition, but (This nrticla will be continued In too often wo do not reason; iwo arc next week's Issue.) elements content to blamo nature1 or attribute tho deficient harvest to 7Taaaansjfpaasiiaw aV .uvviUamj lack of fertility of tliq soil. FOR FLETCHER'S Too much water in the seed bed This fine saddle and harness stalI may be. t)io cause. Thcj water line lion, Mack Eagle, will stand the or sheet water may bo so near tho Check Your April Cough. present season of 1914 at my stable surface that Uio surface soil Is con rains stantly surcharged with water, or a Thawing frost and April you chll lu Centertown, Ky arid will bo peryou to tho very marrow, catch hard pan may exist preventing tho mitted to servo marcs at S.OO to Inpercolation of water to tho deeper cold Head and lungs stuffcklYou sure a living colt. Money duo when Cough continually and subsoils, thereby holding U in tho nre feverish REAL You need Dr. King's the fact is ascertained or maro is scqd bed. In cither ease the Biirfaco feel miserable New Discovery, it soothes Inflamed traded or transferred. Lion retainwater shoufj bo removed. lungs, stops ed on all colts until season Is paid. Drainage: Drain tile, is a most ef- and Irritated throat and your head clears up, fever leav Care taken to prevent accidents, ibut News fectual rcuiody. If, however, .the tex-tu- cough, es, ankl you feel fine. Mr. J. T. Da- will not be responsible should any of the soil Is of such a nature vis, of Stickney Corner, Ale., "Was occur. News that a free subsurface flow is cough after docMack Eagle was sired by Red ditching will 6orvo tho pur-po- cured of a dreadful Local News reme- Eagle, ho by Red Squlrrol, he by as well as tile. The benefit! of tor's treatment and all other dies failed. Relief or money back. Black Squirrel, he by Clack Eagle. Market tile drainage arc: ChrJren like it. Get a Ills first dam was McLackie. (1) Tho removal of surface .water Pleasant News 50c. and $1.00, at your 1q and bottlo between tho piano of the ' DruRglst. the surface of tlio ground. Ducklen's Arnica Salve for AH (2) Physical improvements of tlio m Sores of soji. rendering it porous and mellow. (3) Tho admission of atmospheric Philippine Subterranean River. oxygen and carrying off heavy noxiA subterranean rlvi ." in tbe island ous gases. of Palawan, one of the PhUipplnei, Are you interested in what is dar(4) Rendering tho soil soveral de- has been explored and surveyed by ing ilaco Vlay by day all over Che grees warmer than undralned ground. two officers of the United States coast world? ,If you are . THK (5) Increasing tlio water absorbing and geodetic survey, and is described COURIER-JOUNRA,j qualities, thereby storing more (w- In a report of that service. The river Is nai igable for a small boat for about If there is an asent dn your, tow-g- ive ater lu the lloeper suhsolls. two and a half miles from Its mouth, him a trial order one month. (0) Preventing the washing away aSaKiBUliilliUauAisBBBti; tbe tunnel through which It pasaei Dally" SO cents, with Sunday. 7 cents. soil fertility. ot soils and widening in places into large chamIf thero Is no agent in (7) Destroying hard pans. ber! containing beautltu) stalactites. Ail 11 re give your order to tho paper Ule and ditches are ck, White drain with Black Bob is a coal-blaappear which this advertisement splendid means of preveivtinB the mealy .points, 14 2 high, good bone, (you may ct a special clubblag, wo aro mindful pr the fact seed Ih1, fine length, and a model jack., Ills that all farmers cannot resort to Wa offer One Hundred Collars grand sjre was tlu noted jack. Old rate), or send tbe order, direct the Courler-Journa- L these expedients. Reward for any case of Catarrh BJacUBo)', 'hfs. sire fho wen known Ja WEEKLY COUR1ER-JOURNAExcept where soil Is soggy, deep that cannot be cured, by. Hall's Reno1 Jack. He fcfis shown himself been discontinued,, but FARM ANE anW. deep tUlagfl aro nearly plowing Catarrh .Cure. to be ,a. fine jack nn4 an excellent fAiULY, a moat excellent Ulustntt-ed'- -i' CO., Toleae, O. as beneficial as drainage. If the bub-so- li '' FVJ. OHBNBT foal '"etter. We.: tfae'.wftdvrwsned; have ttBowa F. J. monthly magazine,, ini a wovt' is loose,- - rendcria" the sub-floCheney er ,)h imVK'.viirW"')' fcelleve .ALVA, CALLOWAY, successor. Tho price e only Z caste hlra perfectly honorable In all buaineaa free, deep plowjn- - Ls more desirable tninawil.ne and raaaaalaHyt aMeita, tarry ' Centertown, Ky. a, year. Ask for.aB&mpJe, copy. by his arm. than tlio, especially in' sectloas whw out any obligations made COMMaEcB. NATIONAL BANK Of tbe rainfall Is abnormally low. Coiliier-Joilrn- a Compani Hall's Catarrh Cure la'talceri'lnternally; Water: It Is hardly necessary to acting1 directly upon the blood and Te PrtyeatsWood Poisoalng not state that plants require water, Inoorporatsd 'A' ' surfaces of the system. Testimonials apply at once.'the wonderful old reliable PR. ANTISEPTIC HHAUNO OIL.asur-alca- l tent free; Price 15 cents per bottle. Sold In minute but Jn very substantial by all Druaalsta. dresalactbat relieves pais and heals at I.OUIS'VlX.aUI.XY Family Pills for coMtlpttloa. tbe same tint, Nyt a liaiscst. 25c. 50c. 11.00. Take Hair quantities. It requires about Miree Tha Seed Bed. --- -'l pro-ilu'- la l3J.c'J ymam n.iaaiPii-- (- J Wash-tnRJ- on Wii-on- fcuov-iri- i cle-ic- i. ra KmrnM wa en-to- rs lMM i i' 1 JS. r diw. Fare 3 oft (leveland '."'i z&sassaEL Ot -- coaU-larj- n Daily Courier- - Journal sun-burn- ed $6 a Yesr Chilaren Cry C ASTOR A Sunday Courier- - Journal $2 a Year NEWSPAPER ro per-niittc- d, so y. Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National State Reports Foreign Political News Everything! for Everybody you-.NEE- L. HoVsThi?' 1.-- t X - w mu-co- of tlio International liw niul which I. P. BARNARD QUITS tho American pooplo will maintain all hazards." at Ktitwccl nrconllnn to law at th I'ortofflc TOBACCO COMPANY In conclusion, he ca11l upon 'Mho flaftford, Ky B moll matter ol th fpconcl (Sod of our fathers" to lead members to voto against "till stupendous folly, C. M. BARNETT. Editor &. Proprietor this unspeaUablo humiliation of Iho Resigns as President After FourALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor American Kopubllc." H irtford Republican. THE RESULT TO DATE. Address nil communications to As Head. Republican. Under the above head we find the The Hartford following article In the (Jwoimboro Messenger of March ill, published with NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Tuesday's Louisville Herald says: Bnliwrll'ern ilcxlrlnfc thn pnTFent to n new out comment; Capt. I. P. Barnard, for itho jiiat iditm rniixt plvc the old ailUrcn In making the "At a tow estimate the tariff is costin line is itrivett. ing our textile labor $1,000,000 a twenty years or more oho of the larg Eu.lne" t.ornlit nml Sotliv li'c por lino nncl Re operators In coal and tobacco In year and In reduced and passed di- est ffr line tor encli ndilltlonnl Card of tlio State of Kentucky, Is ito retire Oliltnnrl.'", IloKollltlone nu.l TlinAn .V vidends it Is costlngmtll share own pfrllne mni(v In mlvanre. ers another $1,000,000 at least, and ns president of the Louisville Tobac Cbarrh Nntliiii for rcrrlrr tree, but other tho correct figures for labor to nml co Warehouse Company, a corporaeiurch nilTertlnrinrntu, .V r line. tion controlling twentty big wareshareholders Is probably nearer will receive no AnoDjinou" communication nr.M tho State, AMBROSVILLE. early $8,000,000 houses in than a satisfaction-give- r. Attention. gaiti for this serious thru which It handles an average of What Is the The farmers of this community nre loss? We have yet to find a case $15,000,000 in tobacco a year. TEIiSFOITSC. through delivering their Capt, Barnard has amassed a for about .... Cura'ccrlani or woolens, cottons where either tohacco. a 33 grade for grade, are a fraction of tv tune In tho tobacco and ccal busi roisaora1 Siaf.aaL Uio consolidated tobacco growers ness, and, being US years old, has cent a yard lower than before the held a meeting at this piece Saturfrom in to FRIDAY, APIUL 10. new tariff went into effect, so far concluded to llevqto his rOinalnlng day night. years to h's private Interests. He is Is concerned. Yet as tho consumer Mrs. Sopora Hartlett of Sunnydaie Suits; largely Interested in real estate in in Is now a real general and the mills hae made slashing reducVilla Louisville and tho State, bojldcs visited Mr. Hardin Ashley Saturday w tions in price of their products, and and Sunday. not a bandit. paying holding valuable coal mining prop labor and shareholders are Mr. Ucatus Westorfleld and .Mr. Mar ttl erties In Western Kentucky. Ills res lilo Prcsdent Wilson does the bills In reduced wages and divi- ignation will Iwks vln Parks of Bcda were In this, vibecome effective rot take himself as seriously as oth- dends. The party In power responsi- time in November of this year. sonic cinity horse trading this week. (i two-piec- e line of Knick- ble for the dlsturbc'J conditions In er people take lilm. Mrs. Flossie Speaks Is visiting manufacturing has failed to textile relatives at Wcstcrfltld tills week. The High Cost of Living. Who wrote the Baltimore platform, show a particle of benefit as a result in Hcv. J. 11. Hayborn who has been jj regu- anyway? There is where all this of tho tariff, but .the bad effects are The farmer should be the most for- attending school at ' Itnlph, returno tunate of all tho many classes of peo- homo canal tolls trouble started. Double-Breasteplain in all mill centers. Tho manuSaturday. is nob- d facturers are meeting the situation ple In tho matter of providing a liv Mrs. Cora Ambrose left this mornA speaker of the House does not ing at low cost, but recent fig- ing to the best of thcilr ability, but ithe for Louisville to spend a fewdajs in fit often speak, but when Jio does he fact remains that foreign fabrics are ures show that the farmer's cost of with frlcnils and relatives. usually has something to say. living is Increasing in the same coming over in Increasing quantities, Mr. J. H. Ambrose made a business all as that of city people. con-ftrip to Hartford Monday. , Times do change. Senator Till- for a third of America's normal One of tho chief reasons of this a third of Amcrlca'snormal conPrayer mooting at jit. Morlah cjiun.ii people in hot man used to keep other most of his sumption to be shipped In from for- is that the fanner Is buying much of Is progressing nicely. water and now he spcC-dkJ ask, his merchandise In tho cfty, instead eign countries. Fibre and Fabric. tunc it. Democrats have been quick to charge of from the local merchant nearest Radium and Wheat. j - Actual creations iby tho dress mak- tho portetcivo tariff press and allo- him. "If you happen to have any radium More than half the people of the ers have become so starting that no cates with being calamity howlers to about the farm It may be well to rerumors as to future sfjyles can cre- whenever they have called attention United States live on farms and In member that a British scientist, Mr. to tho bad effects of the new tariff towns "f less than 2,500 papulation, J. Thome Baker, ate much alarm. has found that it of the fetal retail act. Now, here Is tho Owensboro 'Mes- yet only one-fift- h King George should get President senger which certainly means to be business of the country is donq in may bo used to Incrcaso the yletl of j Wilson to tell him how to boss loyal to Democracy, publishing the these small communities. (Thirty per crops. Anyhow , ho has found that things, and particularly how to keep most pessimistic article wo have yet cent of the .trade of these people goes when a Uttlp over a glial n of radium Is put in a ton of soil, wheat sown a Jiand on Parliament. seen and with evident endorsement, to the larger towns and cities, where in It will sprouta week sooner, and as it does not question It In that prices an io ,to 25 per cent higher I Jov. McCreary has at last fired coun bo six Inches high when Uie check Plot or any subsequent issue. Evidently for the same nierchanldlso the hie mortar gun In the senatorial conis oniy iour incites nign. pretty soon try merchant sails. roll-to- p test. Instead of lotillng with grape WocUson is seeing things from a new desk fanners, wjll be Wc recognize, the right of every tho view point and we may soon be able tolling us that radium Is a fertilizer; and canister he seems to have used to him into the ranks of person to buy where he can get the welcome .sponges. t best merchandsie and the best service but of courso It Is only a sttltnulant the Protective Tariff advocates. for his money, but the value of the which cnablcsthe crop Jjo take more Every Indication points (tp an early t country store to the rural community out of tho ground without putting Couldn't Resist. getting together of the elements anything in. In view of the fact that jNbbch prior to 1912 composed the Several years ago there lUed in Is greater today than It ever was, be- there are only twelve grams of rad Warren county, five miles if rom Bowl- - cause It carries better, stocks and ium powerful Republican party. Some in existence commercially speak jives better service; .therefore, the may have to be made, but ing Green, Isaac Boardman and hls ing the matter Isn't very Important ibey. are of minor consequence com- good wife, Mandy, known to the stability and Integrity of tho country ytt tho farmer. And yet At must be taEi pared to the recstabllsbmpat of a counitrv folk as "Uncle" Isaac and merchant should be mantaincd.. Wici urge our readers to compare remembered that thpre are considerProtective Tariff and good times onCe "Aunt" Mandy aril regarded by all prices of city merchants with those able amounts of mineral matter which as living examples of purity. lEvery marc. carry very small quantities of radium, Saturday atternoon "Uncle" Isaac was of their country store. Givo your arH one of these days agents maybe Mow now. Senator OUie James told wont to hitch up the old gre(y horse country merchant a chance to supply Jersey voters that if they and Journey to Bowling Green to pur- )our needs. Then if you find you can about the country trying to sell It the New HAVE THE us fo our crops."(Farm and failed ,to elect O'Bryne to Congrctes at chase merchandise for the following buy the same goods for less money to Fireside.) SPR,NG the special election Tuesday it would week. Ills one fault whn away from oy going or sending away from home for them, your own judgment iwill "he a rebuke to the President and his his countryside associates was to InYOU WANT administration. O'Bryne was defeat- dulge in several drinks with his town ;ell you that is tho tiling to do. It is the duty of every farmer to ed by more tlian 5,000 votes, with a cronies, and every Saturday night Progressive candidate also in the about 12 o'clock It was necessary for prevent this exodus of trade to the field. his" good wife to meet the. vehicle at cities if such a thing Is possible. Keep a record of your purchases in 217,000 women who were the gate, wake him up and assist him Of tho Into the house, and then unhitch and th city store and tho total eclst, registered voters in Chicago only lucludng the delivery to your home. Has located at Hertford in the About 75,000 cared enough about it turn tho olod gray hors0 loose in the Compare the prices auto the quality pasture. Progressive Taiit ing Parlor to vote last Tuollay. Probably not Growing tired of conditions as they of your purchases with the same mermore than hulf this number would Business. had existed for a number of years, chandise carried by your local mercaro to voto again. Tho notorious chant. Then you will know who is If you want your clothes to Conghlin was Alderman in "Aunt" Mandy urged him .to imeiUlhls giving you tho mcbt for your money. Saturday wajs, and with u promise to fit perfectly neat and wear his district over his lady opponent by a 4 to 1 vote. A majority of the reform "Uncle" Isaac, before starting well, call on him at Likens & Rules of Longevity. women in his district who went to to town made tho following appeal: Acton's store and see the i -their "Good lord, please help mo to do At the age of 111 a veteran of Pcn- I i ii wmxifMi ivmii mmimit(mirmfL'.m the lolls evidently easting h ii'jrii'bzvj rising to his feet bacoia. Fin., closed his tyes and went Before - him. This is a hard blow right. Spnnff Samples and Patterns, votes 10rest. to the argument that the eiilranclilse- - "Uncle" Isaac Imagined ho could hear to his Let me take your measure Prior to his death several frlenlds, ment of women will help put good the clink of tho glasses, tho smell Goods shipped to you of mint ai.U tho tinkling of ice, and more curious than othes, bogged the men in office and purify politics. 1 at any point you desire. ho modified lis appeal in tho follow- old man for his secret cr 'onge Ity. Champ Clark nuilo a gr.at speech ing words: "Good Lord, please help "Thero are no secrUs aiiout it," re- - mimm 1 on tho tolls exemption question. Hero mo o do about right. ' Suits $14.00 and Up. Even this plied tho patriarch, "tluie are on Is a quotation which at luast sounds 'did not seem to satisfy the old man, ly rules of ivgulaiv." r m i ... ...i.... wurus, .... . . . A moro patriotic than anything given and ho thought of spending half a i one viaj was 'iiue in uuier out by President Wilson on the sub- day and part of tho night In town Uio other wlfh tho old man. He was 1 ject: without tho usual quuntlly ot bovcr-ag- e temperate In Jiis habits and temperate In speaking of tho ownership and Uijil cheers was foreign to his na- In his way of living. VU other cases the purpose of the eunal.the speaker ture. Looking over his left shouMer of old ago can bo pointed out, eass reminded tho llouso that U was tho to make suro that his good wlfo was where men have grown old in years ? which not In hearing l!staucc, ho further and older In tho sins of railroads transcontinental the world. many fought tho building of it for One will Jell you that it waa because modified Ills appeal ;t.s follows: "Good years.aiwl It wius thobo railroads that Lord, It Is net my purpose to miake ho drank each day a WHEN VOU FIRST LOOK AT certain amount OUR ZNEW would bo tho chief beneficiaries of the an unusual domain!, so please make of whiskey that ho survived the vicis proposed repeal. Ho ridiculed .the Idi mo as 'nigh' right as tho times anU situdes of years. Others will ten awuo mimu WKflPS YOU WILL SAY:: that tills country should now bo usk-- d circumstances will penult." Judge you that it is because they have lived MtKE'5 WHERE I'M GOING TO BUY to grant to Great Ilrltian temperate lives. main-- , W. M. Smith. Gladstono grounded in injustice anU tallied that ho owed his strength In OF MINE." OUR STYLES ARE humiliating In character," and which AUTHENTIC: old ago to oujloor exercise. The Real Irony of Fate. Yet had been abandoned by Kugland unOUR FABRICS ARE HIGH IN QUALITY At the Authors' Club In Now Yor thero are other authorities, equally AND til Senator Root made a speech up- ono evening a number of to Judge, who maintain members qualified holding tlioso conditions in tho wero PROPER IN SHADE: THE MAKE IS FAULT-LESswapping Btorlco, when one told that they haio lived Into tho eighSenate, ell bald htey waiitl no war, a tale, during tho course of which ho ties bocauio they exercised but Jlttlo AND OUR PRICES LOW but rather than surrender the right moro thuii onco used by FOR THE the term "the and Uld not expo.su thomslcvcs to the to cpniji'o sovereignity over the Am irony sun and rain of the outsldo world, of fate." EXCELLENT QUALITY. ILER & BARNETT erican domain "wo will cheerfully and "That expression," remarked one of living quietly In their lbraricis and courageously faco a world Jn arms." offices. his listeners, "may well have fitted AgentH Jle compared the request of tho presi- tho emergency of your, btory, but I Sarah Bernhardt Is Hearing 70,sho for repeal to tho peaeo of God liavo dent a bettor ono. Once, In San Is still before tho public mid still which "paswjth all understanding." By no Francisco, when 1 was Hearty Uown atitllng to her bank account. ILERS' GROCERY or Quoting tjio president that exempb0 and out, I received a money order Btrotch of imagination can it tion Is "a mlstakou economic policy," from said that she lias led a temperato s, REPUBLICAN OFFICE:: homo in tho sum of forty the speaker asked why it was not and the only man who could life. On tho other hand, at tjie con.. i m .ojually mistaken in 1912, when all Idontfy mo was ono Jo whom 1 owed vent which she left, tho mother super Democrats, led by the President thlrty-olgh- t. ior told her that she was a child of )Llppincottte(. Mail Orders Gives Prompt :: exemption himself, indorsed the sin and was destined for the devil. 1JanJc in tlio party platform. As for Secretary Redfleld is suro that the Sho evidently .believed this, for her Attention. the exemption being contrary to the Tarflf has Increased Uio nation's food life has been a most itempestous ono. treaty wlh England, ho aerrWl that supply, and there are others who are Still there are people who. living INCORPORATED, tho president was mistaken. Hq argu- just as sure that it has decreastU tho according to tlio best rules for pood J. C. ILER ed that tlio repeal "means tho prac- ability of Americana to buy as much healUi, who were tomporato in their ALLISON 'BARNETT tical abandonment of tho Monroo de- of it as they need. Public Ledger, habits aijl temperate in all things, I J which, wo forced Jnlp the code Philadelphia. cline, who did not drink, did nof, abuse. teen Years Service their stomachs, who died young. 'There, can be found from tlnio to tlnio In city prisons veterans In vice. An Instance of this was recently report-t- d In an eastern cltv. Accil 82. a mnn was arrested for drunkenness I mil protested that ho hud not been ,s:.i,jr for ."0 yenrs. Inasmuch as the many years pott had been ta jwili dtoora'.id with his name, IJiero id reason to bcljovc that he.exagger.it ml .jut little. Thtro are no rules for longevity. What may bo the best rule for boiiio won .I not do for others. A noryou person would find monotony tho won". !f ,j thing possible. Change and activity would be his elixir of life, longevity Is, after all, largely a matter of Individual pccularltcs. K-- r -:?'A -: 1 MEN'S SUITS FOR SPRING ARE ALL IN. every detail. The newest Fabrics and Models are the eye and every Suit very pleasing The complete 13 I We show $7.50 wide range of prices Barnes $18.00, I Special $20.00 to Hart Schaffner & Marx. $30.00 pro-port- or Boys' erbocker Suits, Norfolks and lar Sack the biest the country. Style, and that you could II workmanship are and you and your boys will be pleased with our Suits. Priced from Our I $2.00 $10.00. We can furnish complete outfits ft for Men and Boys. E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. ns &mtmm8&mmim$mmtimi8k l ll I I mm V t?J m 40fct WE SU,T JO&Sf WRAP and L. C. Acton 1 rfifll WnimM' HI M II 11 II wUBfi imm I much-descrv- jI to-da- iiiiH ii Jf hmUUm M 111 J rmkmmiMiMMmfi m:m mS9m MmuMm wmM mmmm ( , L. C. ACTON ii I Hartford, Ky. I L "con-oeajio- MAGAZINES ALL KINDS Ordered S: dol-lar- i f CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. J Our Easter Offerings For Ladies Holeproof Silk Gloves NMmtton Silk Gloves Kid Gloves all shades . .. fOc . $1.25 $1.00 2."c riOc Fancy Plaiting1 Fancy Neckwear American Lady Corsot Tango Pins Fancy Silk Fancy Collars Messaline Skirts . ..$1.00 25c $1 ?c and .00 r()c ..$2.50 .$1.25 Crepe Petticoats Wash Silks Wash Crepes Wool Crepe Now Purses $1.00 25c 50c 50c For Men New Ties .. "IT'S worthy of your invest! cation. We claim your hosiery purchases arc an important item of expense. 1 ou can t afford to buy wrong neither can we so let's consider - 50c $3.50 and $1.00 50c Up $1.00 $10.00 nnd Up LATEST Shoes Spring Hats Latest in Shirts Spring Suite "Black Cat" Hosiery 29 years Newest Handkerchiefs Summer Underwear New Belts Tip Clasps Cuff Buttons . 10c merit reputation for made by experts 25c Up 25c 25c 50c 15c. Arrow Collars... Extra Suspender Kid Gloves and at ankles for style. In every shade and size at prices which never sacrifice quality. , see for yourself let "Black Cat" prove it's worth- - at our Hosiery counter you find courtesy and good hosiery, Come who know how and where nt heel and toe for wear 25c $1.00 25q Hose Supporters SuitCases J. Smith loft Tuesday for Among The Diamond Stars. extended visit to relatives In (liy A!.) Oklahoma. Just when wo were predicting that FOR SALE Ono span" of good Fielder "Pup" Thomas could novr mules. Apply o Hiram ..Miller, llca- - conio hack ho Jumps Into the lime 3St. (lllit with Uio cn-ati- t iver Dam, Ky. rjilrli nf his Mr. and .Mrs. Ned' Turloy nro the I career. Yea. ho recently married Miss proud parents of a flno hoy, born jCorlnne Woodward, and truly It was Sunday night sonio catch, being loudly cheered by However, our predictions . Mlsscu Harriot and Gorin Flcnur his wrong as ho Bpont Saturday and Sunday with tjiu'r nrp not altogether Immediately f aided away and hasn't laitnts near Cromwell. boon seen on the streets after dark Miss Wlnnlo Sltnmormnii arrived since. When ho falls to touch a baso W(liiPHd!ij from Nnshvll.'o to spent the umpire promptly calls (bawJs) I'jster with Iwr parents. him out, and ho doesn't daro question KGfJS llrr & H'ack will pny 14c this llttlu umpire, either, Hero's to ; ,per dozen cash or Ifio per dozc-In you, old scout; piaco to your allies. trade Friday and Saturday. o Ned Turloy, who started the season Taylor, of leacr Dam, g catcher, was thu guest of her aunt, Jtra 1'on last year as our Is back with us again and not nlonc. 'Taylor, from Friday until .Monday. Nay, Ned Is now n father. Father of Hon. Albert I.each, Heaver D.ini, the finest mascot In the world, and .Mr. 1J. Leach, Bald Knob neigh ho says. little borhood, calVd to sec us whllo here o yesterday. lion Jour, lltt'o Turloy. What do You can get four splendid maga- yer play? Nod says vocal chords. zines ono year for 2Z cents extra by renewing your subscription to Tho Harvey Plummer, who played on Hcpubllcan. tho Taylor .Mines and Hartfond teams If you will subscrlbo to The last year was in town the other day. for ono year wo will send Ho spent tho winter in Hcrrln, 111., you four monthly uiaga.liics for only but says he would like to play with 23 cents extra. us tliis swi so ii. Ho certainly wouldn't bargain wc have .ever look bad In a local uniform. Tho blgfest offered our subscribers Is The No Isabella, lllck hasn't accepted and four magazines, all ono a job as track walker, neither has he jcar, for only $1.5. & X. He Is simply a 7llrkhead hao Just rc- - bought tho L. Black believer la .Major Ozono's fresh air of Hinders, .Mowers, 'celvcd a carload dootrinc and takes those walka for Hakes, Com Drills, Disc Harrows, his health. Tho lady? Oh yes; she's 39U Cultivators and Sisal Twine. just a frlcill of his. ! Wo carry a fine lhin of .kodaks and o supplies. (Tho Eastman.) Rowan Cox was in our little city J. U. TAlM'AN, Monday and we enjqed quite a chat !:!0t2 Jeweler and Optician with him. Another man who would If your subscription to The Re look mighty good In a local uniform. publican Is Iduc, better pay up now and get four big magazines, all one Wc also had tho pleasure, of shakyear, for only 2.i cents extra. ing tho fist of First Baseman Porter, The ladles of the Christian Church of the Heflln team. will have a pastry and car.Uy Bale TJio following is dedicated to our next Saturday at the Carson building, next door to ijio Dan; of Hart- beloved manager, J. C. Casebicr, occasionally known as "Hcg". ford. Mr. T. nn MlhS-huello first-strinan For the Spring days arc Ford days. Tho Ford is the car to boost your business and broaden your pleasure, start the new season right buy an economical Ford. Cars in stock at Beaver Dam and Central City. 5 Passenaer Car $550,00 Passenger Gar and and freifllit 2 $500,00 freight BARNES AUTOMOBILE (INCORPORATED) GO CENTRAL CITY, KY. A This Postal Brings Book $1.00 Mr. H. T. Lcacli, a student of the Guaranteed undpr the food and West Kentucky Normal School, at drugs act this April U, 1014. Me. Howling Green, returned to his school yesterday after -- ponding a fc,w days fat home. district Sunday The Board of Education for Tho eighteenth School Convention of tho Christian Hartford white graded and high Church, which met at Grecnvllje this week voted to meet with the HartforU school will elect teachers for the Christian Church next year. year 1914-1- 5, on April 25th. Eyes tested anfd gasses titted at a Those desiring to apply for posiSTATEMENT OF THE CONDITION great saving ovor tho traveling tions to teach in the different OR THE faker. J. B. TAPPAN, grades must have their applica 39t2 Jeweler and Optician. ar tions, together with recommen old FOR SALK Oa0xTvp-"veAt the Clone of BumIhchh young cattlo or dations, in the hands of the Sec mule. Will consider any young stock in trakle. 'Soo March 21,1914. retary of the Board on or before T. A. CHAIN, the 20th day of this month. Hartford, Ky., It. 3. pit RESOURCES R. T. COLLINS, Sec. We've goT tho lid off "on Penny 39t2 $187,284.37 Bills Discounted Pictures this month. Thciy arc now Cheney Concert Co. Coming. 11,410.00 24 Stocks and U. S. Bonds for 2."c 3e for each extra face. Owing to a mlsconnection in After May 2d we quit making thorn. 549.9G Checks for Remittance Hotter have, 'em made now. Sehroe- - trains, tho Stratfords, which were fl.000.00 Banking House and Lot 2'Jtf to have been the last of the present ter below tho bridge. 1,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures Miss Leila Glenn and5llss Plurio College Lyceum Course, failed to np 55,500.33 Cash on Hand and due from other Banks:.'. Hrowstor, of Mineral Springs, Texas, pear at Hartford Collego on March 23, students of Ward --Belmont Collego ati1,ut lu tUcir sl0iul thc management '. 1,292.91 Current Expenses n Nashville, arried WtlJncsdiHy for a "as secured a company of enieriain-Ishc- rt wlllt1 tne' UTO Satisfied will In visit with Hiss tllcim's narciit's.'1 $200,100.(50 Total ivory way "fill tho bill." Tho Che- .Mr. and .Mrs. J S. Glenn. fY- lin- - Pnnrinf Prtiilimiiv "' " -- " l" l!tilni li Hev. J Frank Baker, of Dawson "7 LIABILITIES Kj"IIH' Springs, preached two able sermons iiuiivu Jiuiuaviiiuitb "i JJU of Louisville, K' tal Lycoum 1 ..$ 40,000.00 Capital Stock at tlid court house Sunday morning will appear Buivau at Hartford College touiid evening. Hov. Baker Is very popu17,5500.00 Surplus v-- night. peoplo having servlar with 3:50.00 Dividend No .r2, unpaid Tho Cheney Concert company is ed as assistant pastor hero soino composed of flvo sisters and brothers -- 19S.779.09 caDeposits years ago when beginning his Misses liOUlse, Paulino and MauU. reer as a minister. 'Ho was faored 1.58G.ST. Undivided Profits and Messrs. Owen and .Man: Cheney, with -- irgo audiences at .both meet 2.080.0G -.. musicians, and Miss Helen llanner, Due State Banks ings. reader and soprano. By special arrangement wo aro en$200,100.00 Tho members of this company are Total abled to offer tho Womanb' ' World, trup artists, possessing unusual talHomo Life, Green's Fruit Grower ent and ability. Thcyihao inado tjiolr and Farm lAta, four splendid month- profession a Ufo study, aiJ have had togothcr with ono opportunities as afforded by Amly magazines, yoars subscription to Tho Republic-an- , erica's as well as Holland's greatest for $1.25. This holds good for schools and music masters. cither renowals, old subscriptions, or Reserved Seats on ba'o by tho Ohio !(o now subscribers. You cannot uf- - County Drug Co. ur. w. ii. .uoor? went to owons- - ford to n,,8a ths bargain. tf, boro Tuesday, Stilwell, OUla. For Sale. SAKVET, tho great Btock remedy. This Is to certify that Jio Cheney Good farm In Ohio county, near 10. FRIDAY, APRIL Seo U. S. Carson, Hartford. 3Ctf Concert Company Is the erjual of any Barnetts Crook church, containing a'jtraetlon tliat lias over 120 acres, all in cultivation except For Service, cleanllnoss and satis- musical'my played housa. HavQ tho Dixie Ly- 5 acres. Good dwelling, barn , E. Railroad Time Table faction, visit City Restaurant. M. H. ceum Course boolall, and consider and all In good repair. at Hartford, Ky. American WIro Fence best on them as strong as any number on Uic Well watered and In tho oil belt. For Dlxlo course. card effective Monday earth. For salo by U. S. Cars'on. N. time terms and particulars apply at this L. J. R. SNODGRASS. Aug. 21st. office HARNETT & SON, Agents. 1b agont for tho faU. S. Carson Mgr. Ojxuu Houso. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. mous American WIro Fencing. Lyceum course College Hall toBasket Ball at Beaver Dam. dally except Sunday. Mr. Orln Wallaco and family aro.tho night. Bound due 2:20 p. m. Beaver Dam and the crack HenderNo. 114 North guests of Mr. and Mitt. S. T. Bamott. dally except Sunday. Mr. U. T. CoUTittThas peon selootod son basket ball team will meet for "There's a Photosraplier Jn Hart- by Snowden Brotliers to take tho p'ace a great strugglo at Beaver Dam toNo. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. . of night, for tho State championship. dally except Sunday. ford. Below the bridge SCHROETER of .Mr. M. D. Hayncs Jn charge their oil Interests In Ohio County. Ganio calldJ promptly at 7:30 as the No, 113 South Bound due 1:16 i. . For flno tomato and cabbage plants 1ms been doing some work Henderson boys' must leave on tho dally except Sunday. call on 11. E. Mlschhe, Hartford. :iSt4 Mr. Collins MISCHKB, Agt. II. E. for them since thq first of tho year 8:55 train. Miss lclla G'enn entertained last and they wero so ,woll plcasodwlth his Death of Henry Woodburn. night for her frlwid, Mto Brewster, services that they decided Jo rotain Garden Seed at Her & of Texas. OOSQ Mr. Henry Woodburn dlod nt his him permanently. .Ho Is iwoll emali; Black's- Mr. D. B Bartlctt, Hartford It. F.D- - fUll and will mako good In his now home In Rockpprt last Wdesday of Complete Une of Base Ball . no. 5, called tq &oe us. while In town position. Wo are glad that a local pneumonia. Funeral services were A conduotiM by Rev. Wram Brown aft man has been glvtfJM worlfJ" UolUs. 1ER BLACK. &$& :... ...i Rev. aiU tjw district Nor fears ho man, nor beast, nor bird, Taylor attended In faot he'd kinder smile; SurUay School Convention of the Christian Church at Greenville this But let a tiny girl come 'long And gee, he'd run a mile. week. .Mrs. II. R. Gwinn and 'Sir. Hen It is free it tells how you can have local and long distance telephone service in your home at verysmall cost-Sen-d phone .'Manager, or FARMERS' noticeTteachersi for it today. ' Write nearest Bell Tele. t rQrQrrW LIfl DEPARTMENT ,.V; Cumberland Telephone' BANK OF HARTFORD and Telegraph Company 119 INCORPORATED. SOUTH PRYOR STRE ET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. took place 0! tPk VM -- er which tho Interment at tho Rock port c0motery. Sir. Wood-bur- n was one of the most prominent citizens of tho "county and had been In the Uvery stablo ibuslness at Rock-po- rt for several 'years. He leaves a wife, three sons and two daughters. f "' L"i? EM I I Word of Praise for K. 0. T M. For fraternity and benefic icy the K. O. T. M's can lawajs ibo depend i ed upon. For prompt payment of tliolr .death claim benefits they ure In tho lead. Within two iwodts fnom tho jJmo I filed my claim a chock for tho full amount was presented nio by u local tent I'lcaso accept my most gracious thanks for your promptness In this mo during tho f" Hkc .HI - ' RSfiJ-- H , ' I Haj-tfur- ... t nuuter and all your kindness siiown last year. Very truly, .AIRS. Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN. i1 11Wi -B OSTEOPATHIC G. B. DOCKERY Hartford Republican. SSWSK Depository for United StntcH Foto1 SovIrK Fund. A Good Stock Food. Consultation and examination isc. All kinds of 'diseases treated. Offic 2nd floor, Casobier building. PHYSICIAN BEAVER DAM, KY. Miss Poppie Nal Is Again on Hand With a NeV Stock of MILLINERY AND . that Is relished by horses, cattle, hogs and sheep is my common corn. It Is csj)ocially rich In those elements which go to make flesh tud produce heat. I can always furnUli. a good quality of food corn AT THE. LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Should you Avaht to 'buy or aell com 1 can serve you well. Sco me. TRIMMINGS At the Fred Woerncr oW "sfandr Center street.Hartforcf. next door to Ohio County Dru Co. Will furnish and your hat in the latest style at the most reasonable rates. Everything new and upvto-.dat- e. Let us show you. W. E. ELLIS The Produce Merchant HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY THE PASSOVER HE Directory County Ohio Circuit Court T. T. DlrUhcaJ, Judgoj lion D. UIubo, Attorns ; W. P. MldUIff, Jailer; C. 0. Harrass, Clerk, U. K. IJlrMiend, .Master Commissioner; 11. T. Collins, Trusitco Jury Kuiid; S. O, Kcown, Sheriff, Deputies 3. A. Ilr.itchcr; Hartford. office deputies .Mrs. S. O. Kconn nild llllnioro Keoun. Court coiinciics first Monday In February and contlnuea inreo wecus; inini .iioutiiiy in .prn, two woehs; third .Momlaj In October, two weeks. County Court John U. Wilson, Clerk; Judge; W. C. lll.inkeiiwhlp, It', j:. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first .Mondno in each , mouth. Uuatterly Court llfliis on tho first llmtflfiu ... nipri imitlMt .w...... Id v..tf ...w " Court of Calms- - Coneiioa first Tuesday in January and Urt 'lues- , Hay in October. Other County Officers C. S. Mo Ioj, Sun i'j or, roiUaUlle, It. F. D. No. -- ; Tom NHlnes, Absessor, Olaton, Ky.; O.na Shtilts, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. D. Ulley. Coroner, Hartford; T. II. lieiiton, jRcid Engineer, Hartford. Jl STICKS' COtRTS. Ed. Shown, llurtfonl, Tuesday after yd Monday in .March, Tuesday after ud Monday In June, Tuesday uft- er od Monday In September, Tucs-'da- y after 3d .Monday in December. L. A. McDaniel, Uockport, Friday .after 3d Monday in March, Friday after 3d Moiuday iu June, Friday j after 3d Monday iu September, Friday after 3d Monday iu I I iPiifjirsaBioiYiiiL Ask the Boy Who Won how lie raised the Blue Ribbon car. In Hoys' Clubs all over the country the prizes are going to the . boy who uses the right fertilizer. That means enough LAMB WAS TYPICAL HOTEL POTASH Passover ' Important to Both Jews and Christians, Blessings For the Christian Church. Blessings For tlio Jewish Church. Blessings For All Nations and KindredsAll These Center In the Pnss-ove- r Typically It Has Spoken th Divine Plan For Centuries One Fulfilment Past A Gceond Fulfilment Nearly Completed Then Como Messiah's Kingdom and World's Uplift. April jmmm D.C, EL POWHATAN Otto C. Martin r. Attorney at Law HAUTFOHD, KY. Will practice his prof.Ion In lilt. and adjoining counties. ComnwcIfr and Criminal Practice a Specialty. to make a solid, will filled, and perfectly shaped ear. Use 200 to 5,00 pounds Kalnit per acre to" balance either green or stable manure and be sure that the fertilizer you use contains S to 10 per cent Fotash. Ask your dealer to carry goods of that grade. If he doen't we will sell you any amount of Totasb, from one aoo lb. bag up, and you can add it yourself. Of AMERICAN II Don't forget this, for Potaih Payt In a city where good hotels abound, the Powhatan heads the list. . It Ii tint In the hearts of Its countrymen. Barnes o,l,l. """" Mitasrs. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith !..,.. ..... '" and C. 1 ce GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc. 42 HrmilwiT. New York Cbicaci) Mcd.mii I: ft ocfc, New Orleans, Whitney liank Hide Atlanta I'mntre Hide: l tan l rnncltco, js isiiiornta rt.s fcaannah. It ink I. Trust liiii. r. litissell's ihiy way. s ,y. This office Is equipped for handling Commercial Law and Collection Items as well as other legal and litiS. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3d .Monday In March.. WVd- - gated matters. Practice lu all the I incsdny after 3d Monday In June, courts. Prompt and vigorous service. jMiVlnesdny after 3d Moifday In Sip-- i SI. L. Hca Tin's Office. tember. Wcdtiesdm nfti-- :!il Mou. day in December. it. C. Tlcht'nor, Centcrtown, Sat- unlay nfter 3d MoiAlay lu .March, baturtiny arter ::u .Monday lu June, Attornoy at Law I SlltlllflnV- nfti.r 1.1 Mntnlni- - In,.....,........... ,., IB O ...... I. . .n.l(l. CROMWELL, - KY. In December. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday Will practice his profession In tills nfter I'd Monday In March, Tuesday and adjoining counties. Collections. after I'd Monday In May, Tuesday Commercial mid Criminal Practice n after 3d Monday lu Aucuet. Tues- - Specialty. Prompt and vigorous Iday after 2d Monday In Nooinher. i service. w. S. Dean, Dundee, after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after Jl Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d .Monday in August, Wednesday after 2d Monday In Novombcr. I AM Hen F. Rice, Fondsvllle. Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, Thursday after 2d Monday in May. Thurs To do any kind of Veterina day after 2d Monday in August. ry work. Horses, mules and Thursday after 2d Monday in Nocows need not die for want of vember. Den W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday nit Calls answered attention. er 2d Monday in March. .Friday nfter day or night. .- 9,1 Alnmliv In Mn. I.t l.'l,l., Monday In August, Friday after 2d Monday in November. Veterinary Surgeon HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Ky. Fogle. City Attorney: J. P. Stevens. Marshal; Court com ones seconfcl Mon uay in each mouth. - City Council J. c. Her, Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Btti-nct- t, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. II. Gillespie. The . National - Weekly School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chairman; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Until this year SI. E. Church, South Services iBsssssssssssssssssssssWsi Cottitr's has been morning and evening everfy first and sold at $5.50. Now .feia,1oetFtTrautn.pTeulLatnbto.pA. third Sunday In each month. Sunthe price is $2.50 day school !):45 a. m. Prayer meet?1Ln!Ul6toini0rih,?fw,n impurities. LitU,y JLilVCr Take Dr. die, "the Just for the uhjust," and thus andnehaiesecured expanse SiftS. ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. t6 give His flesh for the life of the X(jw Ufe pn, noth, a concession whtrc-b- y U. W. Naplffr, pastor. great belt o f these vent, holes, and , world. As a result bf that redemptive A fop if tJie blood. MIM we can offer it Uaptist Church Services morning work, tho Father has highly ekaltcd belt coincides, for the most part. , ihbi at a still further tox Cufe3 and evening every second and fourth to the Divine tmturc. Illm reduction in conwith a band of seismic disturbance Sunday In each month. Sunday school Then the Pastor rmlhted out the nection with this ybich more or Iqss, iternilttcnUy 9:43 a. in. Prayer mooting cory Wedmeaning of the The blood wfeiSJBzw-pubHcatIo; comes Into play. nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pettle, Ducklcn's Arnica Salvo for All represents the life, as the Bible tells. Feel right nil tho time. Don't lay off pastor. There are now reported 34 active jj t Special Offer to Our Readers. )n The blood or the Passover lamb thus from work for daya by taking calomel Christian Church Services every volcanoes in tins uoatn ucic aim me keeps you third and typlliei the life which .lesus save. The when pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x Kcrociicnnc the err at demand (or Collitr'i at on your feet, whilorelievingyour troub- aril 7 p. fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. future will tell Its own btoj;y. the new price. chat e niailc arrangements lo of the blood upon the doorin. Sunday bchool 9:30 a. m. "Iter it ami our on n publication each one j ear le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Elder 'o part or the world is Immune posts and lintels represents the part Gwinn, pastor. for the liner o( Ca Waalonr. Thii is a limited anything can't uTcr and must be taken ail antacc ot promptly. experienced by the Household of takeEliminates else. Youcleanses afford SECRET SOCIETIES. from disaster, it may como An varysyspoisons, it. Hartford Lodge No. 075, F. and A. Faith. All Mich must trust In Christ's tem and relieves constipation. A nating forms. It may happen on tho sea, What You Get n Collier's sacrifice for justification before God. ural remedy, natural in itsactions, sure SI. moots overy first .Monday night as in Iho case of tho Titantlc; itanay CotUrr't l the one Me. im!ecndcnt fearless. Additionally, they must partake of the in its effect and certain in results. It In each month. W. S. Stevens, V. be causcrt by floods or tidal waves. w cel.ly of the hole cunntr) . Not onli is it the will SI.; Owon Hunter, Secretary. antltyplcal Lamb appropriate by faith won't bo long before Liv- - Vet-La- x rikI citurn's hanilhook hut it is alto a No man can bay what cruel form NaHartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. completely displaco calomel in evcri1 the merit of Christ's sacilllco. lor the vholc famil). Amone the macinne ture ma" adopt to express her wrath. things that a ) ear's subscription cives aret home. Children can take it freely anA meets overy second and fourth Monday The Antitypical Passover. evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, no with perfect safety. Every bottle guarJapan is suffering ,tTiW 1000 Editorials Thus, hMld the Pastor, has Israel's anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. None W. SI.; Jas. II. Williams, W. p.; 600 News Photos one can say which country will next To theMerit of Lydia E.Pink- - Passover found Its antitype throughout L genuine without tho likeness and signa- Sllss Elizabeth Sillier, Secretary. 250 Short Articles feel the weight of adversity. Rough River Lodgo No, 110 Knights 150 Short Stoilrs " this Age. From the time when Jesus ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by- ham's Vegetable Com- 100 Illustrated Tcatures meets every Tuesday ev oildied, as "the Lamb of (Jod that tahefh J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky oi 2 Complete Novel. pound during Change ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. away the Mil of the world." there lias Strengthens Weak and Tired Hcdrlck, K. of R. & S. Collier's been a feast spread for thoe able to $2.50) B,.i.f.r.j, Women. of Life. Hartford Tent .'o. DO, K. O. T. SI. j appreciate It. There lyis been a eov Hartford Republican "J was under a great strain nursmeets ecry first and tnlrd Thursday erlug with the merit of Ills sacrifice nights. It. T. Collins, Commander; Weslbrook, Me. ing a relative through three months' " I was passing Tor those having faith to accept It. All E. P. Moore, Recoild Kcoper. .sickness," writes Mrs. J. C. Van"Do through the Change of Life and had such are counted as members of "the Acme Lodgo No. 331) I. O. 0. V. pains in my back c' Sande, of Klrkland, 111., and "Elec First-bornmeets overy second and fourth Friwritten iu ' and side and was so Church of the tric Hitters kept mo from breaking '""'MdMsV' day nights In each month. C. Si. Dar-net- t, weak I could hardly Heaven." This Church, he declared, down. I will never bo without it." Noble Grand; W. it. Hedrlclt, do my housework. will soou be completed and changed to Secretary. Do you feel tired and worn out? No I have taken Lydia be like their Lord. Hartrord Camp No. 202 W. O. W, The Pastor then explained that this Succeed when everything else fails. appetite and food .won't digest? It E. Pinkham's Vegemeats every second and fourth In nervous prostration and female class will, with the Redeemer, consti Jen't the spring weather. Vou need table Compound and nights in each month. Tom . tbev are the tute the l Start a month's KJoctrlc Bltteis. it has done me a lot through Spiritual Seed of Abraham, I weaknesses thousands have auureraa Williams, Council Comniandor; W. C. remedy, as testified. whom God's blessing will of good. I will retreatment toiday; nothing better for FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Wallace, CJerk. No. 42, L. O. T. Sl UtCALL TATmrt.oerfeet 111. .tmnli,:w.a, Celebrated for stvle. Sunshine Hlvo commend your med- come to all mankind, fie also showed Tho etcenach, liver and kldnejs. STOMACH TROUBLE icine to my friends that the Morning of earth's deliverance S2SL in ca,ch gneg spring tonic. Relief or money JSPLM uJll Attya it is the best medicine ever ...-- ., u, Uw miii oirect. jviore sold than, Mrs, and give you permis- Is dawning. Soon the First-bornany other make, bend 'back. DOc and $1.00, at your druggist. over a druggist's counter. urinin, ijiuy commander; Mrs. H McCALIS MACA7INP lor tree catatonic, sion to nublish mv "changed in a moment, in the twin-klluE. Jlisclikc, I.ady Record Keeper. of an eye," will be made like testimonial." Mra. Lawrence Marwore suoscr ber. than any cthet (ashlor Keystone Chanter No. 110. n. A, ,;r1I,,n-Bllll- on unto their glorious Redeemer, and as Tainted Money. montlu Invaluable. LaU tin, 12 King St., Westbrook, Maine. M., meets every thliU Saturdaiy night ISl-r"rrns, dressmaking, His associates jivlll begin the 'l.Mw,n,r'Bfy,nedkwo,k''''rdressiniv Manston, "Wis. There are ieopla in tliis world iwlio "At the Chango of of the lesslanlc Kingdom. great work in cacn 111011111. jonn I. Moore High &u stories, etc. cents Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. ar (wort!, double). Including a Free pattern. img their shouMem and comment Life I suffered with pains in my back Pastor Russell then conclusively dembubscrlBb today, or send lor umnir... and loins until I could not stand. I also ABffiqAN, SppiBTy Olf EQUITY. In tones of scorn about tainted molt townwarui.. inducements Stafo Officers President. J. H. had night-sweat- s so that the sheets onstrated that according to Scripture Tho most economical, cleansing and Because one of their fellow work would be brings germicidal of all antiseptics is Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presl-den- t, j lo Atents. Postal offers. premium catatonic wet. I tried other medicine there are two Abrabamlc seeds one and new em in tho world's ineyard has been but got no relief. J. II. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; sac skcm cash prize saw. Address m After taking ono bot- natural, the other spiritual. Those glowis tm Secretary & Treas.. S. B. Robertson. fortunnate, luos accumulated tle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable rious characters developed under Ismore Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. TJalr wealUi, has won the title ot flnancUil Compound I betran to improve and I rael's Law Covenant enumerated by main, Hartford, Ky. kjap, Is no reason why ho should bo continued its use for six months. The St. Paul In Hebrews 11 will constiMembers State Executive Board the nucleus of the earthly phase and hot tute ronlesnncd. He may ho envied, for pains left me, the night-sweaBen A solufcla Aatinptic Powikr to Dunn.NYatson, Webster county; J. W. ruling charate.rlsUc of tho flashes grew less, ana in one year I was of Messiah's Kingdom, To Ills standDaviess county: Hilary Plrtle. It is the different woman. I know I have to ard, thus set up In the world, will Ohio county; E. I, Ray, Hardin coun nnfortunato to bo pnvious of thobc thank you for my continued good health gradually assemble, not only AbraAs a medicinal antiaentla for douches ty; C. O. Daveuportt, .Warren county. vrbo have succeeded. WITH ever since." Mrs. M. J. Bbowneix, ham's paturnl seed, but all humanity la treating catarrh, inflammation or! 0nl County Officers S. L, Stev Tbis question of tainted money Manston, Wis. who desire everlasting life. ulceraUon of aoe, throat,. and that ens President; Henry Plrtle, Sec; afhaxUd be sensibly understood v and lretory: s- - E- - Bennett, Treaaurer. The Spiritual Seed will be Christ and-Hi- cauaed The, success of Lydia E, Pinkham's appreciated. It is an Improper title Vegetable. Compound,, made from roots glorified Church. TbenowHr' con- For ten ?UNT1(. BDU?,AXI,N; 3? jlvenHhU earojngo of deserving men. and herbs, U unparslleled iq such cases. stitute the spiritual phase of the King- MedlclnoCo.haarwmmenQe4TaMlne Ksn Radical roeansm ay have at times been If yea waat special 4vee write to dominvisible to men. Tee gathering In. their prlvata corriapondence with I' S J" "?' employed, and some may have their Ijdis E. PiBk)TtmkeitlBe Co. (cobI-dratfa- l) of this class will soon be, complete; women, which Droves Its .uneriorltr. m mjimuu New Dispensation 'will Women who have been cured say 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. own opinion of tho business methLyaa, Mais. Your letter will and then the .,.. It la "worth ltd wnlirhr In il.i a. ....'. ' a TJAJLsVaf TXKn BAT when wo consider the be opened, read and answered by a begin and the curse will be removed. druggists. ods used, but 60a largo box, or by mall. 5V K. Q. Austin, PrenUss. vm MQMXT MMWVMVXD, by yfitrX food being accomplished Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Maes. nvaa suit utiu lu iwil vvauiiscaiKV 6. J. L. Brown Rockport, Ky. I 1 t r -- ate land of the was made by the Rockefeller Instiunder thj ban of Nature's illspleas- tute of Medical -- Research that n ure. IeE3 than a year ago tne iirsi jJssrum had been dlseoverdl for the pro volcanic eruption brought with anu cure or pneumonia. great loss of life and the destruction vention Is an Hero institute supported l Scarcely iluud tho deof many towns. tho nill'iictis of a financial klng.mll- tails of this tcrrblc eent circled the llons devoted to the steady research globe when there followed the news,- preventing and curing even of means for of another volcanic disaster disease. Interests of the more fatal to. the At this Institute the best and bright island people. est men ofsclence iJevotc the dns and Slnco then other eruptions among nights to study, just as tho study of the Islands hae left a black ecoil canqer aril tuberculosis Is bolng of ruin. pushed. Last week the north of Japan was; Here Is another Instance of how visited by an earthquake which left in science is slowly but surely succeedTuins many towns, which left the ing in Its fight with disease. Jarni lands unfarmablc and left Hie There was a time when smallpox peasants in a helpless and homeless and yellow fever, when malaria and condition. typhoid were dreaded contagions. ToThe volcano and the earthquake are day they can be successfully conBOt usually connected in the direct trolled. relation of cause and effect, but The antlpneumocpecus scrum Is no Is good reason to believe that there. cxpcrlmennt. It Is an assured and they have a common orlsln. At all tested fact. At the Rockefeller events, volcanic eruptions and earthof Medical Research, when a quakes very often go together, even discovery Is made It is never anthrough their respective manifestanounced to the world until It has tions many occur very far apart in been thoruoghly tested. It Is said space. that thq serum was (discovered almost The earth seems dissatisfied In the, a year ago, but it has been continual Orient A tidal .wave two weeks ago ly tested, so that there could bo no swept Russian seas and a Heath roll (possible doubt as to J,ts efficiency left behind of J,av'bef'-- nubllc announcement was made i 4mvwuim to nnnthnn inotonvi whnrA n caueed a dreadful loss of life and an rich man's millions, his "tainted mon almost endless destruction of pron- - ey," lias resulted In a discovery whlc scty. of will no doubt save, tthousands The earth is seldom at rest. Since'MW'fto vinli Vftflr Onn liv nnn j.hfl Ifeg earthquake at San Francisco this mnB us wn " conquered. The crusadQ cpuld never spiuHy . . .. , town such (disturbances. An occasion - ' jbJ eJhock Is felt, but no damage ac- men like Rockefeller. companies It and wqare free. from Where Spring Laxative pther volcanic disturbances. anai Blooa the crust of the earth is, as one may Cleanser. Bay, unstable there are likely to be Flush out the accumulated waste volcanoes. It Is curious to note the' , anl poisons of tU winter months; ii ne dotted out oy he volcan-te the two great men who control tills money, or a largo part of it, 'we Another devastating earthquake has should be more lenient In ourvlews. wrouRjit ruin In Japan. Tho unfortunLast week a modest announcement mlhrjlo seems to li Tne Earths Unrest. m.; ..: Z: huh e iu.v t.n . ., nrj J 15ks I J "Christ H our The Touliatan i rcltnc.1, exslain for in: thoie-forclusive, anil restful lis excellet us keep lent location on Pcnnyhrania S til anil It StrceN, Acnuc, 1 Corthe feast." makci it a desirable headquari inthians r:7, S. ters for bridal couples tourist parties, conventions, Schools and T h o v cnerable colleges. , Pastor began hN The Towhatan attract the discourse with the Teople of culture and education, to State, War anil statement that fur Nasv Department!, also to man? thirty live centupoints of historical interest, makes this lintel especially at1,'ASTOR KU5SELL) ries God's holiest tractive to a discriminating pubpeople, Jewish lic. nml Clirisitlnn, have celebrated the The Powhatan cfTcri room with detached bath at $1.50. Passover, but that tew have perceived ' 52.00 and up. Roams with priTo understand the its real Import. vate bath, J2 SO, $3.00 and up. Passover, he declared, is to understand ' Write for booklet with raapi the entire Plan of Jehovah In respect CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, j to humanity. Manajcr. St. Paul reminds in. the Pastor continued, that find's Hrs-- intimations rt illl "iiiiiMi'iMiiiiiTrnnTiiBg His purpose toward humanity were jduMi to Abraham, to whom the Almighty revealed in part thlnss to come. The essence of the Divine Message was, "I will bless all the families of the earth through thy Seed" HAVE YOUR SUITS j thy posterity. This sure word of Prom1.- ise was afterward continued with an ' er V J Oath; for the time would be long, and It was necessary that the heirs of sali vation should eertise faith. The First Passover In Egypt. DyeThe Pastor then reviewed the Instiing tution of the Passover. The children of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob were In given Ladies liondage In Eg.pt. God bad sent chastisement after chastisement upon the Egyptians, to compel them to let Israel Hats Cleaned and no. God's mercy In lifting one plague Repaired. after another merely hardened Pharaoh's heart, until the final plague. j Work called By this tenth plague nil of Egypt's firstborn died in one nlglrt; while Israel's (lrst-borwere passed over. The PassClub $1.00 over memorializes this event But before the first-borIsraelites t could be passed orer, a Divinely arranged sacrifice was necessary. Each Hartford Pressing Cliib, family sacrificed a lamb without blemish, sprinkled Its blood upon the doorposts and lintels, roasted the flesh and . GUNTHERBLDG.,CENTF.KST. ate It with bitter herbs and unleavened HARTFORD, KY. bread" ready for departure from Egypt for Canaan. As the morning broke, the Journey began" Later, the Israelites crossed the Red Sea, the waters of which engulfed the Egyptians. All this, the Pastor explained, typiLIV-VER-LAX fies God's promise 'of deliverance from the power of Satan and the slavery 6T sin, to God's peoplu. These were under bondage heri fjoij mit, forth Jlis Son e 1 -- tet Iior to i t''V IOi!-- " ."sjuiiJii 1., rac-tla paruivTSHfp ur 'tilio guseral of lav, oxcipt cnhiiimit and dlvor oasos, .Mr. Smith t'ouis'y Attor-u-- y Is pivvuntod fnin practfclng euch ccisvs. Sir. Durnus will Individually accejt buch practlcn. Offloa Ip Hartford Itepubllcwn building, H.irt-forI- C, d, .......... tl... uu'"1 "im W. II. Il.irn.ts ,1..... ,wv ARTHUR ASSOCIATED O. KIRIv Attorney at Law KY. WITH SI. L. HEAVRIN HARTFORD, . T.WADESTRATTON ueanea .J s n essea Repairing and neatly done. work special attention. Wod-ncfed- ay PREPARED delivered. month. forand n j rate per n W. H. RILEYI Hartford, - j Collier's First Time i USE in Clubs anl w the Troubles of Constipation. Pas-sove- I. n- WOMEN FROM v 45 lo 55 TESTIFY .1 ' t . J r Electric Bitters $2.50) I Sat-uifd- H will ?3 g Iifi&& i SPECIAL TO WOMEN I e. , ts inQVMKym LUNCtl KILL COUCH - s yWu? L&ffiSdS Kiori NiwDUMwy Dr. ..,- iSS?AJib .,. '.... THREE NOTCH ROADS. Thalr Curious Title Comet From tha Name of George III. In Missouri nnd Moinc other central .western stnten tlicie le nmilM thut art: culled "three- - notch rontls." They nre public highways tin (IImIIiikiiIsIu'u from tbe roads Hint lend to 11 siiwmlll, 11 eclioolhoiise, a clmrcli or ntt Isobtted A three notch road "goes fnrmliotise. I'roccdliig 11I0111; hiicIi :i Bomewhere." road, (be traveler Is bound, In time, to reach a town. There lies behind the curious title an Interesting story. It nppenrs Unit King George 111. decreed thut nil English public roads, mm king's highways, should be innrked'wlth bis inline. In the colonies It wns often Impossible to mark the roads with tbe en re and thoroughness Unit were used In England, nnd In tbe wilderness It wns enough to cut three notches on the largest trees along the muds. After the Revolution, of course, the name of King George wns omitted, but the throe notches proved useful as a menus' of marking public roads. Virginia colonists. It Is said, carried the practice Into Tennessee. Kentucky and Indiana, nnd their children, in turn, carried It Into Missouri. Originally Missouri had no counties. I.nter. when they were formed, the state decided that If the task were left to the counties there would be little road building. Accordingly, the state constructed the mads and innrked Later, them with three notches. when tbe counties undertook to build ronds, they were designated In tho timber country by two notches. Prior to nnd during the war between the states tbe distinction was preserved, nnd three notch roads were always "through roads" that led from 0110 town of Importance to another. Two notch roads were less Important highways, nnd roads not notched ut all were either rail roads or plank roads. A mil road was u road leading to n cam? where men split rails, and a plank road led to a sawmill. Youth's Companion. 11 ECCENTRIC DE QUINCEY. BB BB M I 1 Baa H B I I H H " h V JllSiil.li X lllnatratt & Juia"iSr.'f anrr'ci,."uHr.Sft ..fr".'.f:,'L ,""iT,i ii"SFw.v.r. T.urnomi weaklr. reart ? m wtm Ha Often Greeted Visitors While Half Dressed and Bar Footed. Do Qulncey's habits were so simple as to be almost ascetic, and he subsisted upon tlie lightest possible diet. Ills digestive trouble nnd neuralgic suffering, which first led to his taking opium, For Infanta and Children. caused him early to lose bis teeth, and from the extreme delicacy of his aBBBSfiM alii aVaBVaaaaSBBBBSBakM.'- system he could ent nothing less capable of mastication than bread, so that BBBTaWi alHvSTaTHBBrB Bl article with u little soup or coffee was aHwNi aaaBBWBYsBBS 1 1 Isaa apt to comprise bis whole dinner. mm w W a! """"in ili In reference to his manner of dress VUllnlll M ALCOHOL a PP. II f.i.w his daughter has said: AVcge ablcftrparaiionrorAs"Ills dress, unfortunately, he neither ., r, cared for himself, nor would he let others care for It. I say unfortunately, Etfast? ""Bl'wSiomachsmiilBwcls because his carelessness gave rise among punctilious people, unaccustombbjo - fvJriikH,Tii Itt'Fmtij ed to eccentric habits, to an Impression of poverty for which there wns no Proroolcs DirfesIionChecrfu! foundation. It might be that n thought nessandltesi.Conlalnsnciar occurred to him in the midst of some Opium Morphine nor Mineral. Itegi of his irregular processes of dressing Ev-H- i Not Narcotic. or undressing (I should say some thought did generally strike him ut that time), nnd he would stop with his coat Just taken off, or not put on, without stockings nt nil, or with one off nnd one on, and becoming lost In what grew out of this thought, he would IfimSm- BbKTJSi work for hours, hardly even noticing tho coffee which was his chief support T Jilt nt such times. f?,l Ancrfcrl Remedy for Consfip j I "In the midst of this absorbing work tion.SourStomadi.Dlarrhoci would arrive visitors, of whom there ' were many, probably from such a disBo'V ncssotulLossorbua:p. tance that they could not be turned back without sight of the object of Facsimile Signature of ZI their long pilgrimage, upon which my father, with the unaffected courtesy which wns one of the great charms of IK'fcS NEW YORK. his character, would-- appear at once BBBBaMflBBBBBBBBBVavSfllPaaj rather than keep them waiting while Kjrc he put on his .stocking, or whatever may be wanting or which was Just I ESS.uuaranleedunikrtneFowaaii likely In the wrong place, giving rise saaaBalili to nwed Impressions of poverty with some, while those who could withdraw Exact Copy of Wrapper. CtTT. TNI CINTAUft COMPAMT Nil VC their unaccustomed eyes from the nakedness of 'the land, us expounded by his feet, might have seen In bis surroundings signs of scrupulous neatness, sufficient comfort nnd refinement enough to reassure them on this point. NOT CERTAIN, BUT HOPEFUL "His presence nt borne was the signal for a crowd of .beggars, among Will! Clearly Diagnosed tha Case In whom, borrowed babies and drunken Hi Letter to His Aunt. old women were, sure of the largest Dear Auntey I did not rite to you share of tbe sympathy be refused to Is not credl-bu- l none." for n long time now witch From Caroline Tlcknor's to me becaws ileunry Begg told "Hawthorne and His Publisher." No Moaey me be yoostoo have an aunt very iaAdvaaoe mntcn like you nnd he did not rite to Sat Uf acPRONOUNCING ENGLISH. tios Goar her for a long time and one day his aateed muthcr came In very sad and said to jLovreittNet Ileunry your aunt dlde yesterday and Going Astray on tha Correct Use of Fa 01 ory P BBBBBESSlRMlffiBaan Baa "u" and "ew" Sounds. when he thought of how she dido Pricoa A curious feature of the English lanwithout gotten mi nnsur to her last letBaa it A ter It almost broak bis hart nnd for a guage as it ds spoken in tflis part of Terra BBBBBBL JBW long time be could not eat tbe rest of the United States is the prevalence of Saving ol a dual system of pronunciation. The blsdluner. SlOO to The trubble is that when we are dictionaries tell us unequivocally that From Fot young nnd belthy we do not think of we should pronounce "dew," "knew" P, A. CTARCK lory Direct .niaioCNr how our rellltlves arc old nnd aptoo die nnd "stew" ns we do "few." and that any time nt all and so we do not rite "student," "stupid" and similar words IN YOUR ns often as we otto nnd are sorry ufter-wur- d should be enunciated as If they were spelled ."stleudcut" and "stiupld," when it Is too late. OWH HOME Nobody, apparently, disputes the corIleunry Begg was tellen me about Ao will Dhlp you n beautiful Starch Piano for 30 days' freo ir .il. In your home. No cnxli payment reiiulrtil. All we ask Is that you will plaj upon, uso rectness of this maimer of pronounchis aunt yesterday and bow she yoostc-unn thli piano for 30 i!a. If. at the end of that time, you d i.ot llnil It the too send blm presuuts ttnd sumtlmos ing "u" and "ew" yet here Is a rule liiKliet pnule, sweetest toned nnd rlne.it piano In every way, that you have ever muuney when tliuru was u serkus coin-me- n very much more honored In the breach nt peifeot liberty to end It bnclt, and we will, In that R!ii foi the money, otmro ways. This Starck Piano mint make eruul with vou. eent nav the frehtht both which tlie ueerest one now is two than in the observance. Except for ur there Is no sale. stage folks, the faculties and some of weeks from Weiwlay. Mora Sava $150.00 or Easy Payments This makes It till the sadder for lieu-nr- the students of schools and colleges We Mp direct to you from our factory, at Ton piy no ra.li dora, hut nftrr 30 dayi The price of tickets to a serkus and a few persons who make a point of begin pjyment on the low. nricci tlul aase jou upwards of 1 150.00 In the of trial, jou piano. furnUh a'ifi?r.trd hy a ttl aol yuor piano tor Vto guarantee to )ou cia cit. railcit term. ccr terms are arranciMpiano Is a kworter for boys the sighs of us precise speaking, tbe academic sound manufjeturer. tne money thin tu These juu and Hennry's aunt yoostoo always of "u" is disregarded almost univerrult your cunvralcnce. anil It la poulLle for mure tUrxbnt. Vou are aMiireil o( rectvlnii you to hy a p.Vmo for your home, without tonctl durable Itlcti grad: a rcitifjctoiy send him fifty sense for two tickets If sally. nlil-- s thi money, . . I uno. he should wanto tuko nnutber. boy It Is by no means through Ignorance oiircK with him as they offen do. that people say "stoo" and "stoopld." PlayarMaMf Hand Bargalnt Tbe serkus witch Is coalmen here There are worthy persons who seem Kerry Btartk Piano to j ara atarek We have eontantly on hand ruAttntort for i' yrara. two weeks from Wensday Is Simmons to feci that a good American really the lx"t and iiumt beaut! guarant AM fiaek Tb. larrs number it alihtl ued ful n.yor I'tanna on t&a & Snpp's world's greatest nlckul plated ought to say "stoo" and "stoopld." pUnoa of all of It our 3 year of plan and market. You will be de atandard makra iaVrn In ex rtpprlcner, and the rrpo three rings ne plus ulter pearless They think, apparently, that the orthoIlchted with the many Cation of n n olj tiUbllilic cli.inue for nw SurcW PUnoa features of tbraa mnrvul equine senusatlon and dox "u" and "ew" nre Anglicisms and rtspotitlhle plino house. and The follow. wonderful Inttrumrnla, and ngergation wltb tbe world fa- are used In this country only by perUc are a few sample btrRilnn will tie pleased with the Muile 10 Tory low prices st which mous Roamlu Hlpperdroam and sele-- b sons pedantic or "affected." Weber $110.00 they can, be aecured. a, UsMns Steinway 92.00 rated artusts in tbe subllmest spec-tide- s Of course, for all practical purposes Plana laak Fraa Cbicketing 90.03 To rvtrj' purcluicr of ever Btnged for the eddlfflcatlon one way of pronouncing is as good as 8tar(k Plinoa. fe give free Send todar for our new Kimball 95.00 of Man witch I copied from the bills as another and usage has made, both mullo l'iauiw. In one of piano 195.00 heautlfully Illustratedyou a Starck the liett known achoola In book which (rives nearly ns possioui, nuti it looks as ir it forms correct. Nevertheless, the right informs-tlo- n you Chlcjso. Tbrae lruoni large amount of Send for our latest complete was goon to be a pretty good show. use of "u" and "ew" adds music and ran tale la your own home, regarding pianos. Thla seconJ'haod bargala Mat. I gess all tbe boys nro goen exsopt variety to the English language, and book will Interest and hvirull. Thla reprewnti one jrar'a free Initniction. plrascyou. Write todar. Ilennry and me wlch ore not surteu tbe younger generation might do well 1843 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO P. A. STABGK PIANO CO.. but'hoapful. Two weeks from Wens-day- . to pronounce according to tbe dictionSaturday Evening Post. ary and gradually orercomean "Americanism" that has no real good excuse Brief Illness Beneficial. for being. Rochester Democrat and There are some who confess that Chronicle. they never really read or appreciated their dally paper until they bad to Spoiled Musicians. stay iirbed to rend it nnd suddenly disRubinstein disapproved of marriage covered It was rather good reading. for musicians. Just before bis death To Get Your Cliancos on Tho FREE Barrel of And 1 know men who rent pleasant be spoke sadly of his Russian lady in delightful suburbs, yet pupils. "What have I wasted all my houses IN scarcely ever see them until u blessed time on them for?" he asked Irritably. p ul 11 occurs nnd they May at home for "Every one married! It's too pi evokOho chance given with each quart purchased. Every time you a few days in bed. A few da.V "beding! Here they are. spoiled forever for maKo a purchase elaowhero you lose n chancu to get a barrol of ding out" might do many human plants art life. What did they study forV" oht whiskey or $C3.00 In cash absolutely FREE. SEND YOUR n lot of good. London Chronicle. The London Musical World remarks MAIL ORDERS TO US they will bo promptly anil carefully filled that "those who ask why we have no from tho best stock of liquors in Ouoiisboro. Your cliancos on Napolion's Generals. great lady composers may bu left to tho frco barrol of whiskey will bo encloscU with your shipments.' Many of Napoleon's generals ruse from think of these things." Atk" for our prlco list. It contains Just what you want. tbe ranks. Itermnlotte, the grandson of n blacksmith; Minat. the bon of A Narrow Range of Choice. taiiuer; Launes, the suit of 11 Miiall Sylvia, supple and blender, and Aunt & farmer: .ey, the sou of a poor Alsa- Ileile. bulky and benign, had returned OWKXSDOUO, ICY. X 31U U. ::nl Street, tian cooper; Suchct. the sou of u silk from 11 bhopiilug tour. Each had been "Old S'. S. Stone," "I'romler Pure," 4 weaver: .Toutilan, the son of country trying to buy teady mndo suit. "Ohl Quality," Flno Uranilles, Wines, Gins, Cordials, Etc. J leech; M order, brewer's boy: Otidlnol, When they returned home Sylvia rainier Kid: MneDonald. grandson of was asked what success each had In a L'lst crofter, and U'febvre. it barrack her efforts to be fitted. "Well." said room brat. Sylviu. "I got along pretty well, but Aunt Relle Is getting so fat thut about Proud Recollection. all win get ready made is an umOVER 05 YCABS' "You seetu nitlier elated this morn-lit".- " brella. Youth's Conipalou. Buckbee'i "Full of Life" Northern Groaa EXPCniENCC Pedlijrei.il Seeds have a reputation of jSyearaot iuccesaful seed crowing behind them. It pays "I 11111," replied Mr. Meekton. v!.ast slant the best. A Bit Different. Seasonable Speclaltle- sburnight my wife mistook me for Towne- - There's one thing ubout my BBAN8 . jo Bushel glar. It's the fjnj,v tlme.In wy life that Earliest Red Valentine . It Bushel makes up her mind If she Refugee Uxtra Karly . Jj.aj Henrietta wns actually nfraltl'of me." can't affoid n thing that bhe doesn't $3.70 Bushel New Strlnglebi Greui Pod Washington Star. ing Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax S440 Bushel llko my met it. Trade Marks Davis New White Wax . . 4.7s Bushel wife, only she buys It llrft and makes Designs Currle's Ku.t rroof Wax . fc jo Bushat Domestic Jar. up Jier mind afterward. Philadelphia CoPVRidHTa Ac. ' PUAH Extra Early Alaska . . b'tio My oor mother begged me not ) jo Bushel AnTons sending a akelrb and description mir . ,' l'ies. New Early Cradus . J j jo Bushel to marry you. lie True! That's tho Kushel Ilorsford'a Market Garden RSffSHiir. KnMSftlXUWHM on iwnti i .50 Bushel Buckbce'a l.lghtnlnirEnpirn 15.00 nply lime ho interested in piy But Light. Faloiiia taleu throuifh tlutin Xo. recelra taMuca, Radlik. Tomato and a full line at ivwart'l-.iua- ge. 1 Cliolly have Mimethlug 011 my sseds, I'Uuts and Bulbs at lowest growing mciai uollct, llhout elareo. ta tha d HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Few Tears ol Dskewagiag had gotten so weak I could not sftsa7r and I gave up in despair. I CASTORIA Aluiavc Rniioht The Kind You Have Ceadkiew, Mrs. BsOock Gave Up m Despair. Htubaod ma At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I coiB menced - sears tne of Came to Rescae. taking it From the very first BlA l -- Signature 9m He M tell it was helping me. I without its Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." Catron, If you are all run down from wotnaaiy from this place, Mrs. Bettlc Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for' four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped I could dose, can now walk two miles In more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. this time, 1 could only sit up for a little Use 41 The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: lad! soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory ,Dept., Chattanooga Meilclne Co., Special Chattanooga. Tenn., for that, nothing seemed to do trie any good. book, Instructions on your case and Treauaent for Wamen," sent In plain wrapper. 6 Worras,Coin-ulsions.FoTris- I Ehi For Over Horsa Thirty Years . CASTORIA JAMES & CO., First Class LJverymeri Centertown, -. Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Stare k Pianos ieat OUR CLUBBING RATES, -- ssoo 30 I DAYS' FREE TRIAL fl.3C The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The liEPUBUCAN ana JJaiiy uwensDoro inquirer Q'boro Messenger 1.75 k The Republican and : 175 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.3,0 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... L60 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer f 1.60 Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro Twice-a-JrVee- Address all orders to r tni THE REPUBLICAN. Playe'-piano- aeccnd-lian- ae-re- al Player-Pian- Fri YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads - t NOW t IS THE TIME "OLD QUALITY" OR $65 CASH i : : : Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards ' "' And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican 11 Job Department. P. R. LANCASTER CO., J f J 11 11 M SEEDS MICKUe'S BULBS BULBS SUCCEED. 11 wifc-i-Nt- ie Jiowne-Someth- saaaaassissliaia)asaajaiaaiajsataaB,aj I I I rMa.data fcadld New lluafneaa. A1 trial will make you a. irwant-ii- t ruit- tnmar. naium nun ifOJaxaiULM.u or iuui money raf ituded. i- - r.it..l.nCW(etJVateaalaa at aDBTBaiW VVUVWIaVtaai i,ti,. uaAiiM HjmUU, VaMtar II j tU RlUIsa lailrU ftJUi 0f Ma( wvsusw, a SMats pana! awawaaka. - laaffstlt, iiBsrVlf.'T.u-r1J'U"- (( isiis, M nimitH, tmmwum awuf, iantit TTiU, OatUa, Twmr, tUmtk aa ! lfjMUftV. . at. 4 Uta Tall. Mtatiom tbls Paptr fYrftl-ta- r ' r0 SPECIAL OFFER' &ave Money and Keep kt Style by Reading McCafl'a Magazine and Using McCall Pattern- Ladies! - - MAGAZINE !, JmSHmWf Ma. MiCiir. will lu'Ui yuu druMi tl)t-lih- lr ut iv iniHlcitia Maul., iMwikt' SauEasll lar W ( f- $Jb V'ej V. h I In each Itttie. s-- o ulunlilu iiiauinailiiu on nil liiiaio nil! per fcotml CvV hy Luoplue ou ported on Uki lin.1 rnulilrnii In suit liau. W ' X.v 1. I.,. v.. ... 1 lf BaUTaBJaUs'irJaa raae. aartunal I paw, anuna aw Balk ft ! fa!. H t' a. " W 1m I BBBBBV tjlsMa iai a L'lMrlsUUirajfJfJfJfjiB OeaMaaaaruua paws "". ! tallartba lallaalltLU. iMttaallja, aua) sjbmm taa aaa lUsMaUahW mtm prices-Sen- kutifk HmerkaiL JUwest ejr. (or complete catalogue or fcubrult a list of your requlremt uts and lltquote price Buy direct from the nrower S.i e Money. Write today. Mention this paper, , NMJ.C0.34r!BWip ivawai ut." WmtOkmiL, loafers fcrtftva H. W. BUCKBEE stair common seie without N belter than folly with u tine flow of language. ftVtutid elo-qutr- Robett-St- op uiitid, Wolmht. ute! Sure enough, there Is oie tn top of y;ur 11 min- sTaBiBi BiaiB fttftf USIW0XMIST- ..11 , in ui.-waaasaaa aocwen), nx. i,..L. . Mana MutaMt j vvHSMwa a j aanf , Wa-- Snl- t.crilio iuiia- - ur SA'iiU for (roe suupl j co;iv your HcCaUralterastTilletiiMoyiiittniO'ilielii kjlloji'lur orvii liotno wall i jirruurn lianili fouiMl. ai.il cull li;'ii r.likli mil Ul"r.';b it freo a lliflllir. oi.r tl.ltv prtir.-vi-. " lu rnloaiKt 11 cobweb leuu W W.U heuit lor tren I'aKiin I uulo.'c.i. , f.ir in'tll.13 Ore Yos rue III. '' beail.-Ilultiin- I'leuiliiui TBI aVCUt ViXim, 2M at JO t mali'.-ii- anions o cirlfieinlt. suit Cali i'rtro Oder, West fl..ti 37a St. SUf ICK A )or!flh In the effort. Proceed with your sentence." Jackson, however, mado no pretense of fcollng nny tiling but tho deepest ONCE FINED contempt for Judge Hall, who forthwith fnod him $1,000. The scntonco was greeted with a burst of hlsscji, howls, tlircais and catcalls. Jackson fei Contempt of Court in Immediately wroto out a check for $1,000, handed It to tho marshal nnd made his way to tho door, surrouund-- ' flew Orleans. ill' bv a surging, cheering crowd, ' They carried him on their Bhouldcrs to thu streets and drew his carriage ficwral's Drastic Action Led To by hand to his lodgings, where ho made them a speech, urging them toj Fuss With U. S. sjiow ,thcir appreciation of tho blcsa-lugs of liberty ar.li freo government Courts. by willing submission to the duly. cnostltutcd authorities. Meanwhile $1,- 000 had been raised by Bubscrl.tlon Tj Untile of New Orleans was to reimburse Jackson for tho fine. tho city wns saved and Anlrow Thn General refused to accept it, or the hour. JaftrVsnii was the htro however, directing that the money .Aim?, so they were holding a celebra-lebo distributed among the widows and bi h!a honor. Now Orleans, with chidlren of the soldiers who fell In Uit ill;l, almost tropical climate, Is Jio battc of New Orcans. (J! course, an Ideal place for winter Almost three decades later )1S1.1( jmV4ki11cii8; and .January 23, 1SI3. C'ongrtBs returned to Jackson tho es bright and beautiful. It was to amount of the flue, with Interest. Tho Ve J. ilay of public thanksgiving and total sum was $J,700. Kansas City Star. Jn Jho public square In front of Jii cathedral a temporary triumphal Notice. ajnih liad been cccted, with six The First National Bank of Hart In flowers columns festooned acfi evergreens. Beneath this arch, ford, located at Hartford, in the on a pedestal, stood two pretty State of Kentucky, is closing up Its and others, Ktfo ;rls, hqdlng aurc wreaths. Near affairs. All l?y, two older gins in ureeK roues; u creditors of said assoclatlon,are here rat liieju was Liberty, theothcr Jua-ti- e, by notified to present the notes and and beond. In double file from otner claims against tho association tt arch to thu church, were othei for payment. ALVIN ROWE, President. &vnr&s In white robes covered with JIarch !, Irti gauze and wearing each a silvei Dated at Hartford, Ky 33tS 1914. xter iijwn her forehead. These young vuncca representiU the several States .and Territories, and each one carried Sunday School Union. st. flasket filled with flowers while The. Sunday School union of the IWifkl her wns a lance thrust Into Ohio County Baptist association will tlk' Kro'uid and bearing a shield ar.li meet with Narrows Baptist church raw!, of arms of the State which 21, 1914. .represented. Festoons of evcr-y,- a Jay April 10:00 a. in., Dovotlonal Eld Birch Jinked the lances. jm. (tlio appointed time, amid the Shields. 10:20, Reading of Minutes. jraar of artillery and the shouting of 10:25 Report of Schools. six crowd, Jackson entered the 10:40, Organization. jyVf. accompanied Uy liis staff 11:00, Doctrinal eSnnon, Eld. A. B. As he ascended to the raised raws- - of the arch, the two little girls Gardner. 12:00, Noon. JUid She laurel wreaths upon his fore-Ja1:00 p. m., The Perinnal Sunday S.ivhllc a beautiful Creole filrl, Ixmslana, Elder V. O. Taylor. Jl' Kerr, reiiresentlng M 1:20, Material Equlpment-A- V. ItzsaVt?d him In the name of the Pair. SKa" for his great work in the Entertain1:40, Special Days baalic Aiil thon he entered the cathe-fc- J, ments V. C. Loyal. and (welcomed by the where he was Folks 2:00, ajKinlJc prefect, Abbe du Bourg, and Sunday Benefit of Old Ford. to the School. E. W. near the great altar. The choir 2:20, The Value of Teachers .MeeiusjC lie people chanted the Tc Dqum V. A. Casebicr. tings to Teachers 2:40, Pastors Duty to Sunday S. a sonsQloss bit of news, .hut a use- Ia&s than a month after this oceno The Country Paper. A. Collard. rul wa'. of uC Jsn worship, Andrew Jackson was Eld. J. fano . ,. n,Tra .i..a v.... a- .i,Bt- -." way hotter eltort. A moro isjrilvJ in a violent altercation iwith 3:00. Duty of Church Members to Eld. Birch Shields. vnliiril nnil in:utpmml.rIi' " niinrociated. r.r oimrrlim ho hog raiser to in,- ZIsp rivJi authorities of New Orolans Sunday School " 3:20, How Advertise a Sunday S. uom wiuun ns own nciu anu in uie prove ms resiuis is 10 u. i auout uie wlkfii JeJ to ihls oblng fined for.con-XcitiyS. Burgess. of court. u'sui "' uogs kihou ui ai country as a whole, is itho couutj- - ul--" 3:40, General Business. IC ni0,ltlls ot Wc' JUifca a good General; Jackson had !. paper. Because It deals largely with 4:00, Adjournment. 4iy jrelaxed Ids vigilance after win-nii- v All schools are requested to be rep- locals aij with general naws that 1J V S1'UC0 ,aavoVM w 6Cncr'u ,,mvS she lattIo of Now Orleans. He necessarily old when It t'ets to the a''J 't0 r,e(1,rI"tcd wMcr or u01 ll waSC- - ttf "' ojjjrsJiaiictl to keep the city u.frler resented. regu'ar reader of the dally, and usu- - l",atu ma1tto1r W. .M. FAIR, niu rtuu niu uuuin-.- jiupere liiiiik il .strVi aiartlal law, which irritated the ally contains some reprints from othBIRCH SHIELDS, or tla-spapers know vsae minorities. There was a faction er pubcatlons, the tendency is to is. The editors Committee. that many people who get their pa-.IIm Xbf Louisiana Legislature which place a low valuation on it and its gq' no others, and If they are IiUil Jackson bo bitterly that when work. It doesn't take long to read A Texas Wonder. to get the news of the nation and iJt lawmaking body met and passed a It and It doesn't tell many wonJcr-fu- l tho world It must bo from this local saffAfcition tlianking the soldiers and The Texas Wonder cures kidney an things. i publication, and If thoy get anything cdSu-ePtrf Jackson's anny for saving bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, AM et Mila la tnio lint Min pnmitv ' Ciufl Uy, the name of Jackson hlm-.ti- S cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, paper Has a place filled with nothing " ,ln thu mn? iKji- lomlttcd from the resolution. Irregularities of c.'se and renders a distinct and in-- 1 and the agricultural papers he must rheumatism, and all Ti poopies of New Orleans were tho kidneys and bladder In both men vaiuaoiq service in uie me or ine glvo it to them, illo ls Just trying tto make his paper the hest iaper for insu'st to and women. Regulates bladder trou county and of tho fiurwow, over this llellbcj-atwhole counry. . fury ,was BtlU bles In children .If not sold by your County movements and happenings tho whole Pcoplo of the county. In .ISCjau-aland their Srothp: aroused when a seditious pub- - druggist, will send by mall on re have no other publication to spread doing thU he. paves tho way for tho EjaiSfa appeared attacking Jackson. ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is. the ncwa, and state and national dally, the news weokjy and tho agricultural papers, and then thq magaRIk General lolt tliat UUe last two months' treatment, and seldom movements .would be most seriously zines and other high priced pericUI- not only was a matter which falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes- handicapped if there wcro no county him lwrsonally, ibut iwas likely timonials from this and other states. paicrs. In a syise they are local, but cals. People from reading this IJlttle of what Is to be found .In tho disaffection among his a Bjr-oaDr. E. W. Hall, 2'J26 Olive Street, St. In another way they are national In giving all of their tlnio. to he promptly caused the Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. 30t52 I m ?vr4 on ail BOO1 T the author, tried him nccord-B- S S',eCa,,,1y' Ilko, 1?ir,,,n r.miC county paper interests JtseIf"1 The or the news, heconio to martial .'aw and sentenced Jilm Why Not Make a Clean Job of it? In everybody and everything in Its Xo territory. It heralds tho births and Interested and later suhscrbu for some .t$ then Jackt-on'tangle with the If President .Wilson ar.li his Froo- - laments the deaths of the good, bad of them. g Ta- &sau. Judge Dominic A. Hall, Traile followers are reaiy anxious to and Indifferent, and often many of How much work is involved in out u county paper no one can convert tho $100,000,000 strictly Aim- - these very 'souls were In leit a. Jf;MJr of the United States tor Court, lsi.uJ.1 a writ of habeas erolun enterprise into tho largest a year or two subscriptions to tho know except one who Is acquainted its etr.rjvis directing Jackson to freo the possible agency for tho benefit of paper. Tho churches, tho schools, tho with Uiu publishing business, man didn't toivlgnos and tho dlaoouragnment Df picnics ui.Ll public speakings wou.d tUltor must be a inany-ldc- d wri&rir of Uie pamphlet. That Miorrv Jackson in the least. No mero Amcrclan ship buldlng and ship own- - find themselves most seriously handi and must jwrform well duties that jrtJj.-ftrou'- d why stop at tho ropcal of tolls capped for the want or this pap'.'r are dvvi l among many men on tho terrily Ului, own thciigiijin; larger publications. His circulation Lep "" ot thq h!ssr exemption? Why not ko & ,18 n aiinibor to inform tho public concerning Jnnil. Ho rauscd the suid amend tho Panama Canal them. Tho public read finds In the I necessarily small nnd so must tho ."x.:m in tho xtut Df Judgo Hall tul cxperul hlnna"! by grantinj; the freo uku of tho county papfr u sponsor and oitun itf lnconio from advertising bo. This jfrrAB tho city. canal to all fon-lgnhli. wlillo im- (Alitor Is tho only ono who takes makes It necessary for him to run posing full tolls upon American ships? much Interest for years. Finally when at a light expense. Often this editor Aiindi lu', 1S1C, howior. the must get murtlal if ieato brought autjiorlt-Ir-- x That would not violate thq terms or tho piopln do awake to thp. impor- In from Hio matter ready that comes th0 county, wrlto his uny treaty. It would po far toward tance of Improiiig the highway the civil Ja.i to mi tiul, and a uows column and dozens of Tho local pnpir publishes tho speochcu on 'tin) Middle in Xcw iillwliiK nil foreign irritation. Txt-jJick in OjSnu.s. luilsii Hall c.imo bacK 10 I'ndurwocu Tariff law hamlfcs over the subject, helps to get the crowds otther lilngs tluit nobody else can ho induced to wrlto, must got tint Jitfir Oilisv;u .mil citid A'.xlrow Jaek-a- n tho Aiiiorhxiu market to fongln tcguher for thu good roads iwotiugH producer. Why not make u and s'vi'H people opportunity to urgue advertisements lu shape, and must be 'm DMU) b' foiv him and nhoiv to B?t ono ..ian, wjij U should not In- fim-i- l clean Job of It and ihand over to for- outin its uoluums, as to where- the awfully careful notwill be a howl Jot ter wrong or thero nnd fur osntxinipt ol fiiurt. Tho (leuoral eigners our entlro coatHWIso shipping mcue" should Ixt bjient. ta o Ilii limn tii rrnf "" '"", '"" b" "" '"'i itH Hlltinlriif to coiiit;. trade? la that uvsut ho Amcrliu ffu'.li osmed It to'ls about tin. ferment paper. After all It Is 3i4 came in civilian's dimw to h" fins: would he hecu no moro on the lino Jst built in a neIgh.iorliiwd, . ' 'luw he may hiueto help sotofA. court lumw, and had uV sta. Tln.ii Uiero is thu Uiku carrying tui1 ihanihli organized ami nowntn-,. ,. "' ' V"" r At... II..., ..ul ....1.""" hf was tr.idu, which lsnow (xclusivcly for .. inert. rnciAl the t. VI H'T .tlll"wJi ..u..i. .thp prers mii gqt grtasj- - while findvessels. Kepeal tjiat Igrinder, Hie litiituliutlon of water vnli!f4l. Thon ae.--ivar (it wtwmo Amuivlan-owne- d 'cMtli'iit 'Whuo provision, too. Let no 1'roUictiU In- - works in some of tho home and ing out what Is tho matter with lh VMX&. up. It was gasoline engine. New gubscrlpttino ATmi rjmiwUiUs of Ihv spnaUilurK lay. tereat hoiiiki. about the work ol tho public schools must bo - -i taken enru of, old suliserlb- 'n-erwho hliwsfa for and tho honors lelng .on b home i must bo dunned and sumetlmex OwensbOfO Optical HoUSC uvulaully tilMhuind. Hut .lack-- ! was of tho vuuii nun and womun off at lu short, Ji ii't'criU the mnU' drojipud from tho list, rcoe!ptn muKt don aiolloued him to hi- cnlin. htiui'l-- i Hartford, Ky Nov, 1. 1 haui used tlii-ubunch. Old l inugrcM if th bo sent for money on udvirtslngi itC 'J"U a lasses tnado by It. '. Hardwlck's rial and liitelhi-tuau anil in that wa kcfji ono lt Hilephono calls huo to bo omver(l Ky , to my Optician, OweiuJboro, hj no ilsiUKi-ilu "lJna-HJtlsfae.tion. Ills house and uiti -- i uuu NJIKHUUIU.WI iiuiiiiHu not HU explanation made for Kt.ut, liiiiul that ifJutU iii Jiuno, as to wii.u it win juivc (in iu for makiiiL' louses arc thu giving a fuller account of the " arlitis clt. frin otitmjw most complete In the State, nnd lit from fallliiK In lihul. Aocordlng to tip. , pwtucV! An hour ujt&w Ue Imadtih of th(. tountry on.ploys uunv but tx)rloacoi work- oil staiidanU iliu publluhlng of .rival ty" given b Airs. tHtth tUM him 5Jw. Tht. bviitonw men. icjK.rU of b! hogs butchered v.is not la wasted on u valjor who rially nnnt- C. M. UAKNETT. i)!Ji HICKORY Brek &ifS Your Ground Plant Your Corn Your 5 PREPARE YOUR SOIL Corn Crop 1 Cultivate jxw WITH THE FAMOUS w Oliver Farming Implements 4 Cor-iatbi- in note-holde- rs lj Years ago OLIVER made quite a reputation on his Famous Chilled Walking Plows. Today he is providing RIDING PLOWS, HARROWS, PLANTERS and CULTIVATORS, backed up by this reputation and years of successful experience. We buy these implements in car load lots, eliminating excess freight charges, and can give you more real value and satisfaction for your money in these implements than you can possibly get in any other line. All we ask is an opportunity to demonstrate them to you in your own field. Write us or call us by 'phone. We are at your service. d. E. P. BARNES (& BROTHER Beaver Dam, Kentucky. ""nanp vJ a, " I sr b " "'rincs c X af-C-- sol-jJS- iub-Hcatlo- magazines coming to his office, and must read books sent to him for rc'vlaw. He Is oxpectcid to go out and make oceasonal speeches ai il be present at niportant weddings and big funerals. Tho rest of his spare time Is spent in working the gardttn, looking after his horse and cow, splitting kindling and carryng wood. AVJien ho really- - gets out a gocll paper the editor of tho county jiaper is ono of the wonders of tho world. Ho Is among tho unhonored heroes. Praiso must bo for others. Ills work Is local, so thero ls no one to print nice things about him. If JiQ Is .to be helped and icreditcd with his great ser-vlit must bo by those who moot him from time .to time, and who are his subscribers and readers. Think how big his task before, criticising co cd nothing but to let the editor know too harshly. Uc could l,aVe done bet ho was in town so his name ould tor !f . .. i mi nv iln.... i appear among hto j.ersonals. Some- - bad to lone In such times In between those, mnny Unties Southern iVgriculturiist. tlio o.lltor must find time to glanco Good .Magazines should be regular over a few dozen papers. Journals and Z iT, V visitors to every home. Her & Harnett are the exclusive agents lu Hartford and vicinity and will tako Croat pleasuro lu Imndllng jour order. Write for catalogue ami other He Found Him. In a class of twelve boys, ono of them had broken a school rule, but none or thorn wouJJ own up ,to being tho guilty or tell on the one thoy know JiaU committed the offense. "I will thrash every boy in tho class until J find tho offender:" announced the teacher. So ho began and had whipped eleven of them. Whon ho reached tho hist boy ho said: "Now, if you will tell mo who did this I won't thrash you." "All right, sir." was tho quick answer, "I did It." National Monthly. 1 s WWmtiti- JOHN DEERE A CAR LOAD OF Tin , ftot-tin- Su-t"s- Farming t Implements! '1 4--" I i ar-'tl- ur i)ro-U-sl- lcn u ie odl-torla- 's, - -- ,, ",", lis Jr the.t-ruan.er- l'h, ",'. "ll J w - , ei-i- Wheat Drills, sin jjlo and doublet row Corn l'lanton Disc Harrows.. Stag Sulky Plows, Cultivators, Shovels 111(1 llicna Ar.iii'oi.o iii.l It.,.. !..! ur kinds of Walking Plows. Wo feel that thesu goods nceu no luruiur eoinnietu, as overj Ijody has kimwn these people for a half century, ;tud also know that they are tho starters and leader in the implement business. Tho name of a John Deere implement means the best material that can bo had on tho market for their tools and tho best mechanics that can be had to construct same. Also a car of buggies, tho best and most styles and every buggy is built for service. We have a nico lino of harnehs'to select from. n you are in the market lor any of the above goewto, you will save money to call on us nnd let us show you and got our 19 M prices which will cause tho goods up-to-da- te I I I I - to move. li;-ko- l uu-tl.- i -jv i ry 'i'-J- h'-v- ,! WILLIAMS & MILLER,! OtftVtK UA1VI, KENTUCKY. !