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MUST SALUTE HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914. to Ilo3ton also have been oi(Jored WILSON Tampico. TIiq torpedo flotilla at Ponsacola, Fla., Jinn been notified to bo ready ! HAS CHANGED to Join tlio .battleships nt Tampico on notice. short Tho transport Hancock, with S00 j Jiaa been ordered from marines, Present AttltUtteWOl 111 AC- Now Orleans to Tampico nt once. , Navnl officers eagerly transmitted . C0I"Q Willi opecCIlcS. the o.iJcrs to the flopt and there Mas a sceno of activity and anticipation Washington tho The feeling that povernniQiit had dotrcmined to show During Campaign He Contended the Hucrta government Its flxcjl dePlatform Was Not "Molasses termination to insist on an ajwiogy pcrvaucu anu ijuimc saiuie uuicuu to Catch Flies." circles. PRESIDENT INCREASE IN STATE DEDT Amazing; Statement Issued By Bureau of Census. Explanations Due JOE FLAG In maximum amount of $1,153,000 1902, but decreased to $13,000 In 1913. Until 1903 tho sinking fund assets were largo enough to make the debt less sinking fund assets appreciably less than tho total debt; from 1908 to 1913 tho difference was comparatively small, PUTTO DEATH Confession Made by "Dago Frank" At the Last Admitted He Knew of Flans fof Murder but Was Not Present. Albany, N. Y., April 13. Short-'- V beforo "Dago Frank" Clrofld went to the death chair In Sing Sing; prison early today, he toftl Warden Clancy that "Gyp Uio Blood" Horowitz, "Lefty Louio" Rosenberg and Hay V aon tho Informer,, fired Herman the shots .which killcdt Rosenthal, for which crime the gun men paid their lives. hod "So far as I know Becker nothing to do with this case." tfaer gunman also declared. "It wjw fight." Clroflcl averred he was five, miles away when tho crime was comBrtf-te- d and that "Whitey Lewis" although present at tho shooting, did not fire any Boots. Ciroftcl, however did not deny her was included in the original plot to p Play Rosenthal, even admitting nights before the gambler watf slain he. .went with the other gangsters to look for the intended vfcJ-tlThey .were frightened away finey by men ffom Rosenthal thought .to be detectives. admitTho condemned man also ted that earlier in the night of th actual killing he was in ,the "murder car" with the gunninen, but before-thethat ho left tthem gambler. shot the came to Alabany today .Gancy and told tho story o.Supt. John D. Itlloy of the state prison, and Gov. tJlynn. According to. Olancy virtually saldwatf Cirofici everything Ihjit Kha-twm. As Apology For Arrest of U. S. Marines. Largest Fighting Force can War. Assem- A From InoVlent Strange Appeal. Tax Payers bled Since Spanish Ameri- From Those in Charge of Kentucky Affairs. Boy Falls From Mountain. t k April 13. Willie Wil Washington, April 10 Thoso who Indon. WnshlnEton. April 11. Irosldcnt When Woodrow WHson was a can Wilson .uUay ordered practically uiuun, aqod 17, son of Alex Wilson, dldato for tho Democratic nomination have been responsible for the State Mexican j a prominent prdouce merchant of this fof U)0 prC3iucnCy he made a speech government In Kentucky will find exto entire Atlantic fleet watprs to fore a public salute to dry, fell MO feet from the top of at tho National Press Club In Wash' planations in orider .when they read a . . ......,. Mmlfitntn nmr. f?limllorln.tlfl msion, on v- curuary .u, mil uu 1.1a- bulletin of the Bureau of Census Ismthe stars and strlpccs from the Hucr PI nnnnlnw ............ xaix, for Gap, Tonn., about 2 oclock this nft-- l ta government as an apology at hobby pf publicity. Among oth- - sued 'today. This bulletin tells how debt has been fit crnoon anld was Instantly ktlled. tho arrest of American marines cr thlnss he said Tho jounc man hail gone to Cum i Tampico Thursday last. "Really wliat we aro after In tho heaiKxl mountain high on the people drive every of Kentucky. No ultimatum Jibs been issued, berland Gap with 300 young persons, ..i. of J)0ntCB )3 ,i.. ia nn c,iAirin.i iinn hnu linen .'most'fv students at the London city- thing into the field of fact.s drive It reveals the astonishing fact that act within which tho Hucrta gov - school arid tho Sue Bonnet Memor- everything Into the open. Tho root of tho per capita Indebtedness In Kenor.uEc, on a iruiu erna-c- nt uiui ..v all evil in politics is prvacy and con- tucky Increased nearly 200 per cent must comply, out tno navai 4,1.1 Tho cealment. After all, when you think 1SS0 to 1913. 'demonstration has been ordered as here at C o'cock n. ni. deIx.Jy arrived hero on tho roturnlng of tho things of which iwo have been Following are paragraphs from the of tho fixed concrete evidence termination of tho United States to excursion tain at 8:30 p. m. to-dcomplaining, they arp summed up in Government bulletin that will make and will be taken to Cincinnati on this, that tho people do not know Kentucky taxpayers sit up and take back up Rear Admiral Mayo's the train leaving hero at 2:46 for a salute. and therefore cannot control the pro- notice: MA.Uho the population'-ofdthe State Up to to night Hucrta had not row morning and arivlng at Cincin cesses of their own politics. OS a. m. irho period of "That is tho rcsaon why my hobby lncreased steadily durlng-thu satisfactory response, to that nati at 8: made 1 will take place about burial is tho hobby of publicity. I canlnot 30 ya tho ratio of increase was n.i demand. afternoon Jn Cin- imagine anything legitimate that a sufficient t offset the marked increase o'cock Future developments depenld upon cinnati. man 's doing that ho need bo afraid j ia tjke Uebt less sinking fund assets, Hucrta himself, was the way a high to talk about. I cannot imagine any hence the debt per capita advanced administration official close to the Death of Mrs. W. J. liley portion of tho public business which nearly 200 per cent from 1880 to 1913- president summarized the situation. Mrs. W. J. TlUev. ace 62. was found can bo (privately and confldentaliy "liTl880 the' total debt of Kentucky . Tho decision to send the fleet M8 Thursday at tlio close of the fiscal year June dealt with." reached after Prcsldnpt Wilson and mofnl 0.clocki Buffering about When, after a campaign on Ithcso 30, was $1,863,000; In 1891 it was $2, Sectary Bryan conferred an hourfrom Qf yall Sho Jlnes. Woodrow Wilson had succeed- G2000; In 1913 it had advanccU ito $4, . ,,11 with John Und and after a two--. . vu ttny ... ill .iv nuifwi Mnlnot,. iw.w ... tbMtn &.fcLMll-..nt.. ...WW.fe, Hiirlniv jL'rtfnn without regaining' iconsciousness. iMrs ed in, obtaining the Democratic nom- 452,000. The fcopulatica of the State mWtni. Mu..y .....-- IIVUl con- Increased from 4,649,000 in 1880, to tho dlflimtchcs from O'Shaughndssy RIloy had been in'ullju'mh for somo ination for tho Presidency, ho tinued the some kind of talk, enlarg- 2,336,000 in 1913; the avorago increaso govern tho Hucrta ruvecJid that time, but her dUi,was'not oxneoted. ing It somowhat with praise of tho 21,000 In population was not sufficient Df tho ment (disputed tho right c$ta;si a cry great .shock to Democratic pjatforon and specifically to appreciably effect the average inAmerlnm marines to bo ashore at hcp f s,10 was' bom and reared pledging hlmsef to be bound by It. crease of 101,000 in the total debt loss Tampico, and contended that Its re- neighborhood, nr.ll hod In a speech before somo 2,000 Jeiw sinking furJ assets, hence the concennt public statement of molog navlcM, counties Jcrssy farmers atf Washington Park tinued increase in tho debt per capltc. was ample. alt her llfo. Sho had lived In Owons- - on August he Bald: "In 18S0 tho debt per capita was Immediately aftor tho cablnot bon duping tilc i i2 years. Sho 0'ur platform Is not molasses to $0.C&4n 1S91 it was 0.9S; in 1913 It is- Daniels mecUns adJourmU SLc. wa8 a cry noble oharaotcr; and was catch f'ics. It means business. It had risen to $1.90, this being the larg sued Jils orders to lho Atlantic fleet. OYoA nmi respected by all who knew means what it says. It is the utter est araoun recordtfl for any year durWireless messages flashed up and r. ance of earnest and hoacls men jwho ing tho period discussed." down tlid At'nntlc censt to put the gllQ ls survivci by the following: Intend to do business along those Lines for Tampico. fleut under aU-aw Jt Ri;ey i,er husband; M. C an and .who arc not waiting to see "In contrast with hc State of Kentucky, we find that, taking the en-tiIt will be tho largest fighting w , Rcy of Olvensuioro. and J. U. whotLer thtf can catch votes with debt (les3 sinking fund assets) forcu tho American government oer RIlcy of jirmngluini, sons; Misses promises before they detcrmlno for the forty-eigStates, the' per has asoumb'jiU for iwsslble notion slnco Lonl( Mary LeCt and Flora nUey, of thoso wlicjhor tlKiy arc going to act uoon capita, according to tho latest report, Spanish-America- n war. Eleven '0wcn8boro. daughters; the and S. O. them or mot." Is $3.52, or $1X2 more than tha per j;rcat battleships with auxiliaries, car- - Cool)er of CaUfornla, a brother. I What llld tho Democratic platform capita Ucbt for Kontucky. IHowevor. 11 nl.n.i, 1F,VVV IllUtl, FU'tll ft... I.. UU UUUUb IRtflAJk mnn i. ..- 111 of Mrs. RIleY had been a member rl!l say? In Its final paragraph, summing while the per comprUso the force ott Tampico. tho Molhodlst church since sdio. was a up tho argument on which the Demo- it must be noted that Kentucky Increased capita debt of Everywhere at the White House, girl. Tho funeral services will bo con party appealed ito all cltlzeSB from &0.66 In 1880 to $1.90 in 1913, state department and navy depart- - ,iuctca trom ho New Bethel iMotho- - cratic ( to supoort it, it said: tho rita tflil,pl. In Hhlrk PftlintV U.f 11 the per capita debt for the total of mont. houo Is cxnrcssod that 'Our p'o,if(ni is one of princi- tho forty-eigStates fell from $5.48 not lead o'clock In the morning, interment dispatch of tho fleet would essential consoaucnccs. and there wlU ako place In the church come- - ples, which wo believe to be pledges to' $3:52 during tho same perld. tfto our national welfare. Our "At (the present ttme about 2.4 per .prediction among tcry.Owcnboro Inquirer. was a confident are made to h kept whoa in office. cent of tho total population of th U nfftolnltt that n.lmlnlalmHnn Mrs. Riley was beforo her marriage upon tiuring the United States will bo found in iBho see tho iwjsdom of Miss A3cc Cooper, daughter of iMr. as well) ps itiicdHuerta would campaign." State of Kentucky, and 1.3 per tent satisfying the American demand, L. O. Cooper and was Iborn and rearOne of the pledges made iln thto of tho total' debt (less sinking fund Officials ed la the New Bethel neighborhood, the incident. and close as foKowB: assets) Is attributtkl to that State..'' polntoU out that there is no cessa- near BufoijJ. She has many relatives platform is ".ye favor tho exemption from .tons The bulletin contains statistics for Huer- yet living in Ohloicounty. tion fit' negotiations with the of American ships engaged In coast- each State for each year from 18'JO and that the way ta government, wise trade passing through tho Pana- to 1913, Inclusive, us far as statistics make The Seventh Mew Jersey. Is stll open for Huerta. to ma Canal. Wo afeo favor legislation available, and also contains deamends. Some features of the primary elec forbidding Jhe use of the. Panama aro tails for the year most nearly corresthe navy department tion of March-- 24 Jn tho seventjh Hew Canal by ships owned or controlled Meantime making it instructions to jersqy Congress district seom to by rallroill carriers engaged In trans- ponding to 18S0, thus has sent complete to show the general movement Badger, commander bear a significance-o- ut of tho or portation competitive with the Ca- Rear Admiral during a period of oyer thirty years. dinary. The election iwas held to des- naiV of thp clilcf Atlantic fleet. Tho bulletin shows tlio total debt xt tho I jmate the nominees at a special . eloc Whllo tho navy moved on In his speech at Washington Park, thq States as woll as many details, Daniels to tlon, to bo held April 7, to till .the AtlnnJi- - roast Mr. Wilson, the candidate, hndorsed of outstan. idsht gave attenl'on to tho l'oclflc vacancy caused by the death pf Rep- this pldego of tho platform, and Baid: such as tho varloiu classes lng boifas and spcolal debt obligaof .the" American resentative Brjoamer, Democrat. Tho Most situation. "You see the object of tiiat, Alon't funds. warcraft in tlio Pacific aro already voto cast was unusually largo for you? Wo don't want the railroads to tions to public trust It also shows tho floating deWnnd as fol- compete wit themselves, beoauso wo iMexIcan waters. such an election and resulted in its component parts. Under "Funds Secretary Brynn, whp lntonlieUo lows: undorstand that kind of competition. and Investments" aro shown separVoto. tonight for Florida, canceled Nominee. lcavo We want water carrlugo to comptto ately nil Uio lilffercnt funds, and in ho Republican Drukkcr 8.S99 his roiorvnllon, and announced aro with land! enrrtauc, so us to bo ouch casu cubh and securities 4.4SI would ruinalu In Washington indefl-nltolDemocrat O'Byrno sure that ou uro going to get shown. 40C Progressive Whitehead bettor ratss orou Jul the Canal than Vm Au inspection of tho tables for Ken72 Not u wheel turned In tho nrtn Socialist Demorest would acroas tho continent." tucky In tho bulletin issued Bhows a It will bo notiixJ that the voto cast On phlJgus like that, Woodrow Wil- 'fluctuating while tlio navy is active, as It was bonded lndobtcdness.vary- who fo,r DmUlcer, Uvpubllcan, and White- son, tho candidate, was elected. But constitutionalists, desired t)io from $680,000 In IS'Jl i lng In amounts control Northern Aloxlco should not head, Progressive, foots up 'J,o05, or Rfti.r 1m had btcomo President pome- - Ito $1,006,000 In 1898 and $6,000 in misinterpret tlio action, and a suffi- moro than doublu Jho voto cajt for thlng happemld .tiiat changed his 1913. The special debt obligations to cient fonv Is already on tho border. O'Bjrne, thu Democratic nominee. views, Ws sjieceh and his action. nubile' trust funds lueanscd from $!- Cabinet offlccre anil others Insist- Tlmt ls to say, the two Public"!- - Is no longer Mr. .Wilson's $2,313,000 in 1892 candidates, Drukkcr and While-hea- hobby and ho has skillfully and per 706,000 In 1801 to ed that w far -- u possible tho fachad advanced to $2.4S1.-00- 0, ijoIVjJ moro than twice Uic num sistently concealed what It was thai and in J89S tions will bo left to fight tliolr batremaining practically unchanged tles unhampered by American inter- bor of votes nxrelvi'd by O'Byrne, tho nuido him clmngo his nilnd about this years of ho pero cindldate. Tho additional pkllgo in thu Democratic platform thrtiout tho other ference, und no other phase of th iod. Tho floating dAbt, changed with beyond an all rout fact that O'Byrno defeated Cabell, lho aud Jits own. pVdgo to maintain, that Mexican ultuatlon each' year, though reporting a general Wllum iimrJiiiifl cnTitlldutc. is not platform. So now Jiq is contending to tho Um; la involved lnerense of $1,790,000 rrom Thcru were no direct 6(tatemitK i without significance as showing the with his own rarty la Congress for 1913. of explanation of the developments waning iocr of thp Preudtiit lu his tho repeal of the law which would In tftp easo of funds aiAl investlssutp either oy uio own State. ... of the. day umko that plutfcmm pltUgo good. Ho .. ji ' Wjuto House or mo waie oB(wn j ,i.. ments 'tho ticcuritlca readied tho maxdelcarcs now that he was aU wrong amount, $3,542,000 in 1902; At Dr. Beans Opera House. imum ment, thu announcements from too lu what he bald .to the Now Jersey Friday night, April 17, A. D. fttvv-ft- ir farmers at Washington Park and that but as between tho securities on band naval orders navy deiKtrtanent of the In 1891 and 1913 the amount decreas& Son will present "Tho Fall of tho atonq furnishing a key tf tho situatolls exemption "oonjitltutcB The reels Uiat fairly mistaken economic policy from every ed from $2,600,000 to $2,557,000. Blaek Hawk," tion. of cash changed naturally from Inaniouut brlst'q with opting fights with The battleship South Carolina, point of view." your to year, but shows u general front San Domingo, has been dians. Also "Tho Battlo (i round," u Without In tho least explaining chang from $11 in 1891 to fc"C2.000 two Intercepted by wireless and ordered drama of. Ininiciise jowur, In what has changed Wb mind or why lu 1912. Nash- - j reels. Four reels lu ull. Aduiltulon gunboats to Tampico. The The sinking fund assets reocUtW(h-- ' (Continued pa Eighth Vnge.) in, tuv iu 1. vi ; lyuuj . VUlO III S;U1 UftmiU&V UllU tivwu I -t to-da- y. ay de-mato-mo -- K. .. u -- , p. l I ro ht I ht ktj-Iou- I - Indiana como3 an unusual which will havo tho effect of causing social reformers to wonder what will happen next. Tho Indiana State Board of Pardons has recommended that Governor Ra'ston pardon a who is so unruly, troublosomo anil dangerous that tho authorities of the JcffersonvUle reformatory cannot control him and are anxious that he be released so they can get rid of him. jrho strangest part of this strange request Is that It comes from the men In charge of tho prison, and that tho State Board of Papons, after having looked into the case, has been Influenced to make the recommendation to tho govrenor. This boy must bo an unusual charac ter. He must be u. yPung savage, indeed, if prison authorities, paid by the people to protect society, cannot keep under their control p, youth of such tender age. There have been many stories of bad dovb. Jean Glanlnnl. a boy of helki for tho murder of a .19- year-ol- d girl in Poland, N. Y., one crimes ever of the most fiendish of committed In the northern part that State. ' The- - grcwsome details of the murdlder prove, beyond all doubt, that the assassin is a degen erate whoso diseased mind Is beyond the a of man. But here is a boy of 12, who, according to report, is sane enough, but is just such an in the corrigible character that even prison authorities find It impossible to control him. Gov. Ralston will have to decide whether the prison authorities should be mad responsible for his conduct or whether he should bo release! and .flJoted upon society, if tho boy is as bad as the prison authorities say ho is, and Is as bad to no t,h hoarrf nf nardons seems think Sve Is, ho should be placcM in a padded cell and kept there. Rejeas-e- d, there Is no telling what crime he might commit. The State of Indiana is waiting to pee If Gov. Ralston will contrib ute to what will be generally regarded a? an outrage on law and justice by turning tills young Incorrigible loose in order that the .weakling pris on authorities may find life in the reformatory more peaceful. This boy, notwithstanding reports to the conrary, must bo a degenerate. Ho bagan his criminal career at the age of eight. He has been charged with numerous burglaries, with to kill and so many petty crime that his rivals the record of many of his, seniors In crime. for Stato reformatories are bui,!fc care acd reformation of boys of the this character, and this youth Bhould bo kept there until ho is reformed, if such a thing Is possible. l4ls .vo&intary. , iHIs defense of Becker came abso- U lutely without suggestipn from Rttf-on- e, the warden maintained. After tho statement Cirofici almost collapsed, and thus was th cause of thq pudden switch In Jhe warden's plans which Bent "Dago-Frankto the chair first Instead ' "Gyp the U3cod." At no time, according to the (warden, dJtt any pf he gunmen except Clroflcl Insist they were innocent of the crime pf WlUng Rosenthal. The warden denied he waa iO breakdown tho verge of a virtual ' owing to Ws experience with to" ' ' gunmen. " s ADAIURG. April 8 --Rev. J. B. Rayborn and wife, of Mt. Morjah, passed thjrOHga Rarpt'a here Sunday, en route Chapel where Rev. Rayborn, wwtot-e- d by Rev. Dame of Rome, began meeting. , Miss Salllp Crowe, who has beea, Normal School, reattending the home, recently. turned Messrs. Harney Wedding, Author Edge, Herbert Wedding a:ll EVan church at iVhtte-vi!ll- o Owen attended Sunday. Mr. J. A. Edge bought a valuable span of mules recnetly. Mrs. Fannie Murray, or Ctearnm, visited her uncle, Mr. T. J. Crowe SatuiUay and Sunday. Mr. Ilosea Shown and family visited Mrs. Shown'fl parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas HJckoy, of WhltcsvUlc, Friday returning Sunday Mr. G. W. Wrtldlng and wife and Mr. G. A. Wedding and wife attended church at Whltcsvil'fi Sunday. Mr. J. T. Ralph built, an addition to his residence recently. Mx. and Mrs. C. P. Mldkiff have lu decided to begin houso-kccplour town. Wo JWleed welcome them Into our mldat. Mr. C. 1. Harder and family, visited relatives Jn Taff&r Ftflay. p ipos-slb- lo Married io Beaver Dam. Riley and Miss Bessie of this city, were married yes Taylor, terday afternoon by Rqv. A. B. Gardner at the home of the latter In Beaver Dam. After itho ceremony, which was simple, the couple left, immediately for Cromwell where they spent tho night with relatives of tho They wUl return home bride. Mr. WlU - to-dn- y. per-fajl- ly y. do d, iMrs. RIloy has for several years been head bookkeeper for the firm of Carson & Co., and will continue as Riflame. 'Air. Riley ls proprietor of arid is a success ley's shaving parlors ful business man. Mr. and Mrs. Riley aro both vury popular anions their young friends in Hartford, and our congartulations aro exceeded onjy by a deslrp that their journey over (tho trail pf wccUcd life may bo very pleasant. ng Freu-'lYiU- Large Shipment of Chickens ed ii to to i 1 Tho Equity chicken pool was here Wednesday and about $3, 000 wass paid out on something like Notice. . 20,000 pounds of poultry. A fdw jeoceo The First National Bank of Hurt-forand ducks wore brought In, but tho located at Hartford, in the chickens, hens and pilots wero the brought 14 2 State of Kentucky, Is closing up its main dollvery. Her and other. cents. Roosters S cents, Gccso 8 couta. affairs. All was bomo credHors of said associatlou.aro here ducks 14 4 c.nts. There complaint against docking iwhlch tho by notified to present the notes and association buyers did becauso of over feeding on othor claims aaainst the morning of delivery. As'fclc, from that for payment. auvus oassed off well. Morqiiuia. Ky., 'Marca tr 100 wngons were In lino at ono tunc Dated at Hartford. 35t$v I Ml- walilng to unjoad. d, note-holde- rs nur., fmv. .A A SLIDE ON A ROOF Terrifying Experience on an Ice Coated Mansard. FIGHTING DEATH IN MIDAIR TAUGHT BY THE How SWALLOWS. Fun For the Doctor. No man lacking a scr.so pf humor should over bo n doctor,"6Rld n noted physician not long ngo. Then ho added: "Tho doctor Is so constantly nntld scenes of suffering that ho would Kot morbid niul bo In a chronic slate of that woeful thing vo ca'I tho 'blues' If a sonso of humor did not sustain him at times." Then this doctor told of Bcvcral amusing things that had recently conio Into his own experience. One was of a man who came to the doctor complaining that he was "nil run down" and he wantedtliQ doctor to "tinker him up." The doctor made a careful examination and told the man that ills vital organs Seemed to he normal. "Lungs and heart nil right? asked tho man. "Yes," said tho doctor. "Pulso rcs'lar?" "Quite so." "Well, what about tho gizzard?" askiVl the man In perfect seriousness. A big German once came to a doc-ta- Prrilou Plight of Two Worker, and an Exhibition of Coolness, Presence of Mind and Heroic Patience How the A. Difficult Rescuo Was Effected. During the fall and winter of 1870 T, Stewart, who had Irouglit the Crnml Union hotel at Saratoga, largely rebuilt that great hostelry of 2,000 rooms. The building has a mansard roof, nnd at the pejk It Is ninety-eigh- t fret from the sidewalk. Oho cold winter morning, when the vorl: was virtually completed, two tni'ii, Harvey, the head roofer, and a went up on helper named Dennl-o- n the roof 'to finish the flashing round tin- - base of the tower. There had been n flight mist that morning, and It had frozen upon the roof, but the two men had on India rubber overshoes to prevent them from slipping on tho KinlcN. Suddenly, however, Harvey's feet n to slip. Ho went very slowly at first, for the upper roof of a mansard Im not steep. He tried to stop himself, but there was nothing to which ho rould cling. He turned his head in Dcnnlson's direction to see if he could not give some assistance, but Dennl-sotoo, was sliding slowly down the be-pa- Railway Tunnel Was Built Through a Sand Dank. A colony of bank swallows taught n young but observing engineer how to build n tunnel that his more learned superiors had refused to undertake. North of Burlington, Vt., lies n broad sand plain high nliove the level of Lake Chnmplaln, through which the Central railroad was to lie carried by n tunnel. The sand, destitute of moisture, would not cohere, but crumbled nwny ns soon ns tin excavation was made. After several costly trials the engineers decided that the tunnel was Impracticable. A young man in the engineer's office said he could tunnel the sand bank nt n small cost. He said he could build the tunnel for so many dollars a running foot, but that he couldn't expect the rallwny people to act upon his opinion when so many American and nuropenn engineers had declared the project Impracticable. The managers, however, gave him n contract to build fifty feet of the tuu-no- l. On the face of the sand hank he marked the Hue of nn arch larger than the proposed tunnel and on this line drove sharpened timbers Into the bank. Then he removed six feet of the sind nnd drove In another arch of twelve foot timbers, removing six feet more of sand. This process he repeated until he bad space enough to begin the masonry. As fast as the masonry was completed the hpace above It was fllled, leaving the timbers In place. Ho pierced the bank with the cheapest tunnel ever built, which now stands as firm as on the day It was finished. if r in a state of tearful anxiety regarding tho state of his wife's health. After evpLilnlng the wns in which she was "no gocd no more," the disturbed man said: "I hat lost mo alretty this year ml no best cow, mine beat horse, mine dog und six sheets, und ir mine vlfe die 1 vill hat me hardly an animal le t on mlno place." A City physician once received the following note from the wife of a patient living in the tenement house district: "Dear Dock: You do not hap to has come no more to sec Joe. He went home. He slipied off as easy a a glove. What can't be curod must be endured. Yours In napeck, "ANN BLANK." Another doctor received the fol lowing comprehensive communication from a patient who had gone to Colo rado for his health: Arrived here all "Dear Docktor: rite last nlte and feel some improvtU. although there seems to .be a good deal of sickness here from what 1 hear. Pewmony seems to be the dizcaze and It often causes fatal death, but not if brokcup In time. The air is all rl'e here and it It is so clear they say they can see of :i ralcrodo train at a distance tharc are fifty miles, which shows so liarshere as elsewhare. Llln-'I- s high poore folk, mite as well be dead cnyhow. Still, 1 mean to hang on if I can. Never say dlels my Mottoe. Butter Is forty ctuta a pound here, ckus tho same price. Mcut Is hgh. and you almost liave to pay to even look at real ce fruto. I iwas itold I getting would have sjine trubb'e my wlril here until 1 got youat to it hut 1 ain't so far. Still It will take more than wind to make me well. But I live in hojics and as. "Your triend and wcllwlshcr, "D. J. BUYNK." to tool". Harvey's presence of mind did not leave blm. "Lie down flat!" be called. io both men carefully laid themselves nt full length on the Icy roof in order that the Increased friction might retard, and perhaps stop, their descent. Tor an instant it checked the movement. Then the men began again fclowly to slip nearer the angle of the roof nnd the steep pitch below. It necmed like hours, although it was only a few moments, when Harvey felt bis heels catch on a slight projection. A blind gutter bad been built into the lower edge of the upper part of the roof to carry off the large amount of vatcr that would fait upon such an expanse of roof. The upper gutter projected above the slate roof only about lialf an inch, but it was ngjinst this Uiat Harvey's heels had caught. There be hung on the very brink of the abyss safe for an instant. He dared not move a muscle, however, or even turn his head to sec if Dcnnisou were still on the roof. He did not cry out for help, for he feared that the mere effort of filling his lungs and shouting might dislodge him. No one could see the men on the flat of the roof from the street below. The only liopo lay in the cat pouters who were nt work inside the building. Hut how they know what was happening up there on the roof? Suddenly Harvey heaid n voice, low. but distinct, come from the tower above him. "Hold on," it said, "and I'll help you!" Then after a long time Ilarvey heard the sound of several voices. Whoever had found him bad got help. The first voice spoke again: "Hold on! We will lower this rope to you!" Presently something rubbed on the slate above Harvey's head. It was I be rope, which they were slowly working down toward him. "Can you get bold of it?" asked the voice. "I don't dare move much," Harvey replied. "Cau't you get it down near roy band?'' Tbcy had to give it a flip to get it by lib) abouldcr. Then it traversed the length of bis arm and finally touched his band. tjaryey raised bis arm very carefully and look' hold of tho rope. It was an IncU" cublo thut had been used in raining the slate from tho ground to tho roof. "Can you turn over very carefully Mid climb up?' asked the voice. Cautiously Uarvey woiked his band along on the rope-- It was his right Jiaud-un- ttl be finally drew It taut. Then be carefully ral.-e- d his left hand ami. reaching across, grasped the rope with that hand too. Then when the worst of the matter was over, he began to shake like :i leaf. He lay there. Hat on his back, clinging despeiately to the lope and inexpressibly the next step. How was he to turn over on that slippery roof nhcii he ueeded both hands la i ling to the iopp? M last he spoke hoarsely: "Can you pull me up?" Tbcy consulted together. "I don't daie to turn over," hi ne was asked whether there was any suggestion of the structure adopted by him to be found In the books on engineering. "No." he said. "It came to me in this way: I was driving by the place where the attempts were made and saw that a colony of swallows had made their homes In the bank. It occurred to me that these little engineers had disproved the assertion that the sand had no cohesion. As every swallow's home Is a self sustaining tunnel without masonry. I thought that by extending their method I could construct n larger tunnel. The bank swallow Is the Inventor: I am simply bis Imitator." Boston Tost. ' SWIFT FLYING STARS. of medical treatment. SaS a writer In tho Ilovcnuc Sclcntlflquc (Paris): Bcs-c- s tho kind of laziness that physiologic may be classified as which is dua to fatigue and which Is Instinctive. There Is n laziness clear' that of disease, the result of disturbances df t.o physical organism or of functional troubles pf various kind's. "Ccrtan subjects nro lazy because they are suffering from symptomatic "Movies" of The Great Edison asthenia, from infection or Intoxication, from tubcrculocis or diabetes, You want to road this sensational from failure pf the viscera or glands Story. Not fiction, but fads. The to function properly. To this actual experiences of an actual girl cass belong notably tho W with actual photographs in Wom- Addison's disease and indo'ence origin, an's World for May. of thyro'.U or myxedematous so well known to the clinicians. "In many other Individuals laziness SUBSCRIBE NOW! SUBSCRIBE FROM IIS! Is tho result of retardation, greater or less, of tho psychomotor functions. YOU GKT This second variety cf aiholcglc lazi Green's Fruit Grower, ness is met in nervous nnd inciita' afFarm Life, Woman's World, fections; bo temporary, It may Home Life and The HARTFORD REPUBLICAN as 'with certain epllepti s.vvho show alternations of periods cf cxc.t nient H The Biggest BarAll Five Papers 1 accompanied by mental isiabllit, with periods of melancholic oppression gain ever Offered Year, only Tills laziness Is almost habitual In certain cases of ccrebial tumor, ar.M If your subscription has not expired in V neurotic abnormal, unbalanced, unstab'e and h)pochrondilac; or folyet renew at once a:.d get the May lowing Injury to the skull. issue of Woman's World with this "O. Hanry has never shown that wonderful story. among these who have bcn Injured in the course of their employment thc.ro exists by the side of failure of strength, 'duo to the wounds, a special uicnta' stato resultlnp from This state, which aggraA MONTH vates the Indolent condition, ds known WHY NOT MAKE under the name of slnistrcbc. $50.00 a Week, almost SIP.09 a Day "Among mental disease properly so or called, tho phychoscs of nic'.anchonlc boxra SellttiK Victor Safes anil to merchant, doctors, Uwjrcra, ilcnllrtg a net asthenicfrom, states of mental weakvrrl.to-lfarmfru, all of whom rrallzo Ilia nrrd ness cf paralytic or alcoholic origin, of asaf. but ilo not know how easy Itlatoown one. Salesmen di'daro our proposition on of furnish the cxp'anatlon pf the Inertia, oporlunU the liest, clean cut In tlca owt recetvcil. Without previous apathy and indifference observed duplicate the succru of other. catalog certain subjects ordlnaril called 'lazy. Our hantlxomely Illustrated will en.iblr you to prparnt the tuhjrct to cus"The notion or pathologic laziness tomer:) In as Interesting a. manner a though w9 saw you were piloting them through, our factory. Men appointed a Is extremely lniiiortant, particularly uilvlcc nnd instructions for selling sales, slvlnir Kn'emncn talking points whli-l-i it Is Impossible for a prospective customer to deny. Wh for those who have charge of groujB convlm-lu(rum your vicinity before someone slae gets the Urrltoryt YlK) bo the of persons; it Is thus that to officers don't furor only llrt to apply out of each locality. ono salesman We can i no:n anniversary oi our may explain the morof the law It company was celebrated by e reeling the most modsrn sate bid origin of certain Infractions of factory In the world. WMe may disci "re and to educators It awaka acn who received our l selling Inducement, show how necessary it is to consider lazy children as oaroatput. We are a larso number of n41t many Uiousatuls of dollars eS) simply diseased." (Translation made lartrinrour sales organisation but to learn alt partloulara, for the Literary Digest.) you only tlu ptlos ) will HHHHnHHmHHnnnV "Thrilling Moments in the Life of a Moving Picture Actress" By MAYY FULLER Star the H last-nam- e! J 5 (I jj S S VP13 $2005 n. -- That's lire-pro- n nioiiey-niakln- e A iihyslcian living In a large Now England ctv was visited by a most woman who apptarine Illiterate brought with her a sickly baby about By Taking Lydia E. Plnk-hu- n's six months old. When the child's disVegetable was removed the doctor hoiU covered that tthe child had but one Compound. car. When ho. spoito of this, the Chicago-- , 'I must thank you witl mother said:. Its all my heart for Lydia E. Pinkham'b- he ain't ,but one oar. "Yds. ivcgeiaDie comTho lather because he is a twin. pound. I used to Oi lin't Mve hut thrco das and p to my doctor for pills, olth'.-r-. Seems didn't have but one ear and remedies and: like, a kind of pity that this Dno HtiTJ fe they did not helnme.. couidu't have lur,d both ears, Uedng JrtI I had headaches, and L could not eat; and tho that the other ono didn't live Jlong doctor claimed Chad enough to need even ono car. Butvo femulo trouble and. net things .the way you want don't must have an opera Time Alone Would Tell. 'em in this life an' I reckon this ono EFS3BB5S!9m tion. I read in tho Mrs. Ross bnd a daughter who was 11 have to get along without the paper about. Lydia of the opinion that her voice was her ear lie mljUit as well not of had. E. Pinkhnm'n Vnfro. fortune. The mother sent ner to a table Compound and have taken it and well known vocal teacher for lessons ComplexionRemoves feel fine. A lady said one day, 'Oh, and after a short time called on the Cloars feel so tired all the time and have headSkin Blemishes. teacher to ascertain bis opinion. Why go through life embarrassed ache.' I said, 'Take Lydia. E. Pink-ham- 's "Do you think." she asked the proVegetable Compound,' and she with plmplos, erup U disfigured fessor, "that my daughter will ever b'ack-hcadrod rou'-- h bkin, did and feels fine now." Mrs. M. It. u noted singer':" tions, become 1438 N. Paulina Strvet, l Kczema, Kakschnick, "l gaut ssny." lepllwl the profes-o- r. or suffering the tortures Chicago, Illinois. "She may. She dell tin- ln K"iin of n Itch, to'ti.r, talt rheum. Jum ul. your .Monthly. Tho Other Case. long lived fundi Kceniu Druggist for Dr. llobsoii's Dayton, Ohio.- -" Lydia E. Pinkham's Ointment, follow lite Kinipio fiikbvb- - Vegetable- Compound relieved mo of Tho Last Hole, Indeed. skin worths are over paiii3 In my hide that I had for years The btorj is told of :in ani lent Scotch tlons and jemr excellent nnd which doctors' medicines failed to Mild, soothing, effective. golfer whoso companion died tmd wus for babies, juid delicate, tuider Mvlii. relieve. It has certainly saved mo from nOded. r.hout to be buried. The lu'lps. Be- an operation. 1 will bo glad to assist t.tiuggled out to the ivnietcr. to be Stops chapping. Aiwa There was n sharp tug on the n.irvey let them draw his arms up to present nt the Interment, and arriving lief or nioiie back. .e., at jour you by a personal letter to uny woman in tho same condition.- "- Mrs. J. W. '" their extreme length, htlll nfrulil to there did not know where the gr.no Druggist. Slinma:, ISCCm St., Dayton, Ohio. I bis weight to his rescuers. Then wus. lie .siiKiiiioncd a lm. with n InriL t Laziness as a Disease. tr relt bis heels lose their grip on the tvhlMle. If you Avaitt special advice! Whist, lad." he wild. "It's a new piller, nnd he began slowly to iimvu write- - d l.yillu 13. IMnkhum Moil-- 1 When tin wide piwahmi" tl Yor): course. WhJurVt the holey New upward. first annouiwxd a number'il iillnu Co. (coiifliluiitlal) Lynn, It was not til', lie bad nearly reach-is- l Post. Muss. V our let tor will lo opened, years ago the humorlbU of our d.Ul turn his the tower that he dared press hcrsiMed what the ninn.l tb read niul answered by a woman, Some German Taes. bead in Dcnnlson's direction to sec If l Ja.jucs Among the curious tuxes imposed in discovery of "the inlorobt aim iii'iu in Mrici coniiufiicui he were Mill safe. There he was. extreme indolence btlug a well- on the roor, Just as Harvey Germany on unions objects tiro tlioio tpiead out had been. He did not move a muscle. on halt e.uTlages, where the amount known symptom of the m:i'.itl . But Patiently, heioically, he waited bis Is 40 (cuts each, and $1.50 tax on caged the disease l, to hookworm Is not turn. TIimi the uieu seized llumv'.s nlglitiiivultri. of which there have not the onl on' that causes kulnes-s-, boulder. :tnl drew him into the lieeu tmy for iiiaii years, and tourists, liMolenco Is a byiitptoin of u very tor uliotu the betel keeper Is taxed 210 tower. One application Mihr aad heal a loujeh largo number of 'dlsturb.uuerf. m piwl Liu,iiiiJ.whuiiciaii,iwt.'l)iiKci! V was also cuts, v.hlili is udiU.il to the bill. In n fciv minutes Donnit-o1 physical and iiiuiitul, and when n. lr-bo- W a.uie. I.c'iuu, l.tv rl, Teller, - o yirut m i curative proLcrllct. I rescue). linMmr a little blue round all kUo whether child or man. wm.s II I SUc. it box. AfUDrvjGlit. Notice From tin Cook. the motif li. lU't unharmed. Neither ' I l.tV. ' llt)!U ji1 (tee b.uipi "Don't take imy notice of the cook, obbcssol by It, tlu first thing that H frni I!IOHNTON.kuUOLLOWAYCO !trul. J man mirf hi nl any 111 ell'ects from lib k 1730rlnaar!Mtt., M dear." bhould be donti Is to have that person Urrible owIm!. Youth's Companion. "But, .lohn, I have to take It when o.amlntl medically. Many a worker, many a child, lias been blamed tor The r.i.uK to ruin arc ultruyd kept Mie glvei It to me.' Balllmore actvai! In nci-- d to i;ood when Jie vv Vastness of the Universe Indicated by Their Long Travels. The almost incredible distances of the heavenly bodies are well illustrated by Camllle Flammarlon's comments to the Soclete Astrononlque do France on the study by V. M. Sllpher of the Lowell observatory on the speed of the nebula in Andromeda, which Is 300 kiPlauiuuiriofi relometers a second. marks tint If this speed has been maintained since the days of Hippar-chus- . twenty centuries ago. the nebula has traveled In that time 19.000.000.-00- 0 kilometer. Hlpparchus made a catalogue of the visible stars, and this nebula Is not found In his list, although It can now be seen with the naked eye. Had It Leen as brilliant 2,000 years ago as it is today, Hlpparchus. living under the clear sky of Alexandria, could not well have overlooked it. n "Must we then conclude." asks "Mint its twentv centuries of approach to us have been enough to Increase its brilliancy? rue parallax nt thft iiolmln is 0.17 second, which corresponds to a distance of kilometers. It takes light nineteen years to travel that distance. So in 2.000 years Its distance would have diminished by about nut llinn no one knows that It has maintained this terrific speed through out the centuries. It may uave morea mnro rIowIv or more ran Idly at any time. All Is conjecture except the actual figures for Its present speed and distance. The fact that bodies moving at such speeds ure not seen to move brings home to us the vastness of th& universe. New York World. Flam-nmrln1SL00O,-000,000.0one-tent- n Spring Laxative and) Blood Cleansor. 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The selection, breeding and improvement of this corn has conferred on farmers, and all the people,, greater benefits than all the work of Luther Burbank, the plant wizard of California. The least expensive and most certain, way to improve a corn crop, is to let others do the breeding and. you buy at a small price per bushel- - For a farmer to produce a bushel of j corn like we will sell him for a couple of dollars would require the work, of years worth a thousand dollars or more. Send your name for a FREE sample- and further particulars and nlwto reDroductions or grand sweeostakes exhibits. Better g write NOW. The photographs of corn arc well I worm seeing. naniLti ana inirouucco oy Indianapolis, Indiata 0. K. 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CHICAGO. i J U- CARSON & CO., Hartford, Ky. ru.,f. J ., Let The Republican do your Job Printing I i BfiK.W SMITH. I'ret. II. II. PAYM:, Sec and Trcns .1 3. l.nACIt.Mntinacr. "' ( k K "H . k "floiiifthlng fur iiotlilnn?' 'I o net good shelf abovo my desk nnd took down ""' VI -value? onu must i ay gocxl money. Tho volume fitly of The Harvard Clns- ,,.. rffcr 1&HIII goods at Un than thulr 'slra aiAl lookul for 'pity- thero nnd found it to my eager surprise. Here a'ii( ought to errata a Hiisplclon was Huron's word on 'pl'y'; and that souk thing la wrung. Tli mirror Ih Impelled to malto illlnko's; and ho.ro wis what llurke th!u ut'eruiK'B liceausto It Is reliably In liaH wild, and Hobbrs and Pascal. fornutl that ncently a big depart-i- n, One by cm- I ran tho rcfironctb down city In the other volumes, rradlnR no nt Btorc la n nearby Jurpe quotations but u ,i J a full pate In lliu Sumlsiy eilltloti merely fragmentary i leading dally pa,er to a,dvertiso tho ieal throbbing thought of tho ii a Knut men of all times in Its ortoi'i t nrtlcliH lit cut prices. S :f----. n it .!,',; k surreal! ji iginal contcx, tho pourco and meanAt Iwwt of the Hpaco ing and nutiiro of 'pity', attl when I uas usod to exploit a. number of toiFREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN wa's gotlXjti.H" let articles under u iiiiinu and tnule-mar- k had rinlMied I know what ing to nay. I pat down then and All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors practlrally unknown. Tlulr mo From the foundation of the Stale to tl.o preient i's (?) were bPiititlfully word painted wrote the greatest editorial of rnj time Tho only coir.pltla collection in ezUtcnce career." in full (liK.'i'litl(iii8, ui;ll finally thu Picturci of nil rret!er.t 3 of the UnltcJ State from Washington to Wilson. Ian of till Nations in color.. Ilicvcry prlii' mus cut deop, for tho uilvcrtlso-111(1- 1' latest Kentucky Map sliwinsi Coil .tirj.town ,iallroai!.Con-grrsslon- al Strengthens Weak ancK Tired districts, etc. Uiictt kcitucky I eintn. I'Ulland h iiunied a jii'Ieo nlid tliun cut It complctemnpof tlisUnltcil States. Women. lint In two as a Hpcclul Rale offer. tic political world. Inth2lIlstork.il Kcnttukyfk'-tcliMKUr"I was under a great strain nurs6Utlstlcjf rom the of the btate to the prcent ticie. I'ojsibly tho numerous artlclis under Department. Alt Officials. Executive Hindu lei: All ing a relative through three months' Departments of the State Government with the licacUof each the name can still bu liougl.t In any Department and the clerical force with thelr.salanes. Various sickness," writes .Mrs. J. C. Van Do liiantity from a single box or bottle. Kentucky Hoards and Courts w ith their etafi with officers and Sande, of Klrkland, III., and "Elec-tri- o Political Committees nnd Organlratlons of the salaries. to car loud lotH, at the cut price, or Bute. Kentucky UritcJ Stitra Senator. Kentucky Chief Hitters kept mo from breaking speakers of the Kentucky House. Congressional Ju'ticcs. lesH, miiiied la the bl advertU.Miicnt. Senatorial Districts. Districts. Kallrotd Commission rs. down. I will never bo without It." llowuvcr, the 'department Htore knev Counties of Kentucky, when made and from what Counties. Do you feel tired and worn out? No full well that the bargain (?) offered All of tho Vital Statistics appetite and food won't dlsest? It In an unknown, untried, unadvcntlsed-tr.idutiiarThis unique and valuable Atlas h free spring weather. You need Isn't the to all Evening l'ost subscribers. If not d article 'would not laud Electric month's Start now a subscriber, send S3.00 for a full buer without a real tempting lure, treatment Hitters. nothing abetter for year's subscription, or S2.00 for a six of so they llevotcd about months subscription by mail. ' stomach, liver nnd kidneys. Tho thu space Klmply to tho iiitmu and a Pi.aia understand, these ratal or. by mall great spring tonic. Relief or money cut price u a number of trade marked Only, and not through carrier or scant. back. TUc and ?1.00, at your druggist advertised articled, smch as tliree large OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: ans. sjmij M ill cakes of Ivory suip for 1U coiita a $3.00 Dally Ereninj; Post, one year 91.50 Kantticky Governor's WaU Chart bo of Dr. I.you's itooth powder 1!S FOR FLETCHER'S Hartford Republican, 1 yr - $1.0 f. ; cents, three cakes of I'almolUc soap $3.50' I at.t. Timrni fnn I SSSia.TsMST llTi I' rlA.' -r ,. . IStjSW IT In III r III ... . fiTvMi for 2.1 cents, aiid a fow other well- - T'jmiMrMi: U1 TT T ' high quality articles whose known ,y--,.'-.. -- WrJi fit; .. Poor Provider. price Is unforiu and the value recogaSW An old negro In Texas was asked if nized. he was going to register. He wished The cut on the to know how he would have to proarticles was not deep, but ltvas ceed. On being told that he had to sufflcict tp attract buyers for the en- swear to eupport the constitution, his tire stock of these articles and more, eyes widened, and, drawing a long If thq department store had really breath, he said he couldn't d it, ho couldn't support himself. wanted to sell them at tho reduced prices. It is needles to say that when a customer naked for a quanIncorporated. How's This?" tity and plankdl down the cash, ho o Ws offer One Hundred Dollars of sho was told that only one box Reward for any case of Catarrh Lyon's tooth powder at 13 cents, thre cannot be cured by Hall's Complete House Furnishing Store The aoap at 25 cents, that cakes of Palmollve DAILY DETWEEN r Catarrh Cure. or tho other known articles In propor F. J. CHENEY ft CO.. Toledo. O. we, in Western Kentucky. have tlon wou'rJ be sold (oca.'i customer Cheneythe undersigned, years, known F. J. for the last 15 and believe 5(J)UFFALO but tho Aids to Deauty prices (?) him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Window Shades, deep, could 'belaid out any obligations made by his to carry which had been cut firm. NATIONAL, BANK OF COMMERCE. Matting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators shown In any quantity. '& Toledo, O. quantity Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, Tho wise buyers took tho in large varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S acting1 directly upon the blood and muthey cou'd get of articles of known cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. in to sent free. Price 76 cents per bottle. Sold bought Aids value the suckera by all Druggists. "--. -- . THE GREAT h..J Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. lleauty, and paid iwssibly onuch more We Given Mail uro UDrth500fwitl.ri.dili9fMf.6latli;5101pUtrre4nti..rl worth, than Uio articles Averq really ... rfncurr m - .yr.--- . la cort targtr in .11 proimru.i. n. Cmmof the world. la KriKa June Ilh. MATCHMAKING IN INDIA. , and certainly all they were worth, at inljndx.t". The . . Marnifittnt Steamer. "SEEANDUE." "City of Erie" and Cty of Buffalo" MsntlonThs Republican) least tho price they .wljl be sold for a and BUFFALO -May lsttoDecist Gave a Missionary CLEVELAND Dtuly long as tho first Bupply of printed On Scheme That ItcBoCiIo li.CWW . - 8:00P.M.. , ArHie,Cl.UDl - . , J"-Airlths 8urprlss of His Lifs. labels last. When they arc gone, tho 6:53 A. Jt. Suflalo Almost every one who has friends in &4 j same articles, under other names, at . . nJ t BoflUo for Wga Falb MfUill Kailrrn nd fruMmn Poltifoar lU.lroI tlctela In India knows that one leamera. A nuflTsiIa ji 1... thq earn cut prices, and of the same mission work ?...!.. j mw,A C.- A II. IJn.nood toru tiniMrUticii on ?1 7E1- -. UoJoama Ultutrated booklet lre,t very Important function of the mis.r- T.'rIto lor TUUI lliact eiB3Kas awe ti,l... t id. O. unknown value, will ailenr In coni-pan- v sionary is to play the part of matchTHE CLEVELAND & BUFFALOTRANSIT CO CU wW" tho articles of established maker to his flock. But few If any Qra UCKHTS SKM SUCCEED t value uuder the same selling scheme have heard of the conditions being reSPECIAL OFFER: MOCURID AND DertNOtD.0 model. I to make bl profits at "half the rcgu-a- r versed and tho flock turning matchrtUt to WIU Xw.IhIiw, AtJlslwUP maker for their missionary. That does price." F3lCbow to obtain runiu1. nv maifcaJI make too our Mnnanant customer. copjrubu, etc- - in ALLrCOUNTHIC8. Get Lower Insuranc. r.PTlKCtUKttel limtA Don't iip a "sucker" and swallow-suc- occur, however, as the letter written How to Butintit Arret aUk WctkUfton tam 11 th tnat l Tirala. I rol.MM O.U.. I ton rarl. by a missionary who lives nt Tutl-corlan J ejirn iitpairnr. (RThe leading newspapers .in Kentucky miy bait as abovo mentioned. I OM I .' tnd Pimtor Inirlnpment Practlc tielu lively. south India, tells: are strongly afiainlst tho Glenn-Gregyour honio merchant and VtrllA mim luuiat rVWf Mention thla Paper. emember On New Year's day, 1911, as I was law as an unwarranted Invasion of 11 ficktk ttrwt, mm VtttoA lUtot latent Oft, I read his advertisements .with Uio full seated In my little mud cottage at Courier-Journ- al WIWWOTOW, P C. Tho develop knowledge aiil bollef that ho simply Tutlcorln a number of people entered business by politics. 10 CENTS SEND ments of thq past few weeks have LlOMTrpsstaMi4 pMklBf tM rclf UiU TUaftU can not at ford to use such advertising the veranda aud ceremoniously came I eolWcUoQ W Ssj)t !MtMl4. Vltwr with my bl iMinwUT mtiunii ra runt mk, J methods as above mentioned, llc'ivcs Into my room, bearing trays of flow- shown that the state insurance board . UUi til itoit Um Btt ttrittiw l U, Fluu greedily grouping for more pays his pro rutn iart to and sugar, which ?r'sss6J!H.a, here,your schools, your churches keep ers, fruits, raisins feet like suppliants has been revenue, without caring power and and they placed at my up your town, aniVJiKs Jils sharo of the who desire to gain the heariug of u what 'tho results of its action might public work to juuko the town grow petition. After all due ceremonial eti- bcupon tho buscss interests of the It you arc not familiar with Mpplnquette had been observed and I had and ho Is entitled toyour tradu and he Indicated my willingness to hear their 3tate, It wants to force lower fire cott's you nrc doing yourself and always gives you full value for every petition Urother Guana Dravlam. a Insurance rates for Kentucky by flat. the publishers an injustice. ho prominent lawyer In Tutlcorln, began Tho way to et lower firq insurance dollar "ou spend with liim. If should not, jou step Into his store reading in Tamil nu address to which rates is to havo fewer fJreS, Blnco tlie and "roast" him gocil aiul plenty and the others gave fetrlct attention. It leases nro tho basis of rates, instead of by passing laws which merely In- ot " our money back, or such a set ran like this: you "Reverend Sir You hnve now for creaso tho cost of Insuranco and do tlement as Is satisfactory. Can indo that with tho mall order houses? nearly two years, bestowed great caro nothing to reduce It. Tho flro mer and labor upon us, ministering to our surance companies have been losing Not much. Trade, at homo with Uld DromntlT ubulurd In S striving for tho money In Kentucky for several years obtain PATC NTS couutrira. or uo tea bo spiritual welfare and chants you know and you will THAT PA'L ailrtnlM Uuni tborvUKUjr, at our to such an extent past, our Fiction Magazine "The Standard tho losses Having been lar aooye REAL Mirror, health of havosouls iiense, aud udp you to aucocia. Evening prosperous. Tho greatly impaired your that you Hcndn'lL lioto cr aketcn for FREE "port thoso conditions, of America" Hlllsboro, Tex. on itntMiitY. to Tears' practice, BUR own physical luyilth. and we feel that tho normal. Urler PASSING RIFERCNCES. Forfrw fluid It was an Injustlco and a business abyou need some one to caro for you, lioolt on I'rontable I'mcuta writ, to reNOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR 03-B0- B blnco you do not care for yourself. surdity to try to forcp them to Seventh Straot, Check Your April Cough. News vvMvriiiiWTori. ej. We feur lest your zeal In our behalf duce rates without doing anything to Thawing frost and April rains chll 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Year may deprive us at once of your life Improve, the conditions and reduce News you to tho very marrow, jou catch nud services. Therefore, with pro- tho causes of fires. Conimcntlns on cold Head and lungs stuffdl--Yo- u (Tho first magazlno to originate tho found humility aud slucero respect, wo Local News on the political phase of the aro feverish Cough continually and venture to request you to marry a this atl Idea of publishing a complete situation, tho Louisville Courier- feel miserable You need Dr. King's good woman, who will both care for novel In each number.) Journal says: New Discovery. It soothes Inflamed you and help us." "Whatever there Is to bo said about News This was naturally a confusing thing and Irritated throat and lungs, stops A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION can bo no doubt oough, your head clears up, fever leav to happen, but I was bound to re- flro Insurance there News letting tho THE BRINGS YOU es, add you feel fine. .Mr. J. T. Da- spond to such an eloquent appeal, and about tho unwisdom of away I rose matter of a rating becomo entangled EWhNO died of vis, of Stlckney Corner, Me., "Was when the applause considerable effort: 12 Great Comploto Novels. 75 Short answered with MACH.NK with poMUcs. JUuklni; rates Is a cured of a dreadrul cough after doc- and GO. "Your afToctlouate regard for my 60 Timely Articles. Stories. ma.tliematlcsf Just as mak-- j OF tor's treatment and all other reme- welfare is so overwhelming that 1 have matter of y Striking Poems. 200 Pages of Hu QUALITY. lug rates for uio insurance- - is. dies failed. Relief or money back. no words lu which to express my who Is not t" P- lunatic asylum mor. Pleasant CuVtJren like it. Got a Aro you Interested In what is takand sat down, quite faint abolishing Clio actuary's y. 50c. and $1.00, at your from tho exertion. Hut yio novelty of would favor bottlo ing place Uay by day all over, the arriving at rates of Jlfe in NOT Llpplncotfa is enjoying a big re' the situation overcame my fatigue, function in Drutrglst. you NEED THE of- - world? If you are SOLD Thousands of vival of popularity. and, turning to one of the elders, I surance anil leaving to a board of COURIER-JOUNRAllucklen's Arnica Salvo for All g asked If they had any particular per- flco Beckers the business of determln-Innew readers havq been odddd to Its UNDER m Sores If there Is an aecnt in your 'town ANY what premium should Jjq charged tho jmst son In mind as one who would bo willsubscription list during gl,ve him a trial order one mouth-Da- lly OTHER ing to becomo my helpmeet and bo to Jones and whether Smith or Brawn few months, and Us circulation Is Pity. SO cents, with Sunday 75 cents. name: equal to all the responsibilities they should be let to tho ground floor. That Increasing rapidly. If there Is no agent in your town "Tho Titanic had gone down," said bad outlined. Immediately Miss W.'s seems to uq about the Bum nd subpaper in WApWANTED FOR ALL TIME. tho chief editorial writer of a Breat name was mentioned. "But," said I. stance of the Glenn-Grcen- o bill as It glvo your order to tho appears which this advertisement you purchase theNKW HOMK you will Chicago dally, "aud I was Bitting at "I don't believe she would have me." Is now bhapdd." If HOW T0.REDUCE THE have a Ufa asset at the price you pay, aud will my Vlesk wondering what 1 should This seemed to mo like matchmaking (you may et a special cluuhlns aa rate), or send the order direot t wrlto that would drive tho awful mean-Ih- k with a vengeance. What a high banded COST 9F GOOD READING not have an endless chain of repairs. Su'rsly 'Sufficiently OovrnJ. their pastor of that disaster homq to the act, to be sure! To order Th human family' !: suWt to the CJourier-Journa- l. for to marry, and theu tp choose the girl Any principal forma of iQvernnaeat Send has )VEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAhearts of my readers. besides! But the worst was still, to 1 CobjIcW been discontinued, but FARM AND "Alochanlcallly I reached out for I and come. "We, have already seen her LiMlicott's "Little Book of Bis FAMILY, a moat excellent illustrat. r- - ;. 1 tho dictionary aivl running my oyes told her she must have you," said it uthe JBjIjMpdH largaiai" ed monthly magalnnel is p. worthy over its paxes, stopped at tho word Brother IUjappau. Cheapert vlMWteJGKm 8uccewpr. The price Is only S5 cents 'pity'. Theo was a definition, to be So It was settled. I may odd that New Edition, Just Published for the a, year. Ask for a'sample copy. approre . . F IifrmU ijBi CaUlsVt. sure, hut only a bloodless one. No my wife aud I have reasointo Season 19J3-13thrill of feeling warmed mo as I highly of the Indian method of matchsssWsWJ ll to 111 IV- Gonipang CoUrier-JoiJrn- al making, but It should bo combined TKWYslUti'ArwmhHM roaJJ it; It was chilled, cold-tuSENT FREE UPON REQUEST n If you wunt a sewlue machine, write for solontlflc. I tofised tho hook aside with the westeru method of courting, ttu Incorporated reear latest catalogue before you purchase. J. B.LimNC0n COMPANY and turned to tho encyclopedia. There as in our case, to Becuro the best iguuroof LOUISVILLE. XY. sults. Exchange. WASUINOTON fl.lV.MJ PUILADGLPNIA Ttu Nw Home Sewig Matkne Co, Oraftgt, to was 'pity' again, but it was only the ' Why Is It pcoplo can not learn lha but still uninspired. "As a hiBt resort I reached to tho Rlinplo lusson that they can not t gv-- Trade at Home. 'pity of the dictionary, amplified, - mmmmmwzwTiwmmm HlrajI&iBfc throP-l'oiirtli- - H jc .aJt 1 1 foim-litio- m m ki I HVRmH iw BPB -..J to-da- y; one-four- th ,M ' Children Cry C A SJTOJR A Hi l f J.i,'ti 3NI bo-cau- THE E. W. SMITH CO. Owensboro, Kentucky Largest M jrAw. 'hf. kne ... 9 m w 9M9 (S& Fare 3 22 Cleveland '.LtLIMniii5B&ffiiP&: .MHH)H HSSIHH Prompt Attention Pay Orders. issritfttifs ' ts" j Freight. o SEEDS' 1 ''f SD3.M2:1 n, Daily to-da- y; wwwvwwwwwwvnv' ,ii.htaH. $6 a Year LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE Sunday Courier- - Journal $2 ajfear National TRADE-MARK- mX NEWSPAPERS ' c Best Best Best Best Best State NEW Market Reports Foreign Best Political Best Everything Best for Everybody to-bod- - HOME To-da- L h? 'I'Jn. CASTOR I A Brs H r t, !&&& fc"H 4 coun but ho hns been unablo to find thctn. WORRIED OVER iTIic Tariff Is clnrly at tlio lio'.toni bushels of m com, 13,230,000 bushels of onta, i DIIPIMCOO rnMniTlflMP of ,no wl,0, prob'em, and Democrats Colored urcon'.lnc to law at li roMotricn bushe's cf potatctB and DUOlIlLOJ lUIllil I lUNj Generally nro beginning to realize It. B eroml HfrMufd, Ky., no mall mnttr of tke pounds of rice. If this lind don, Unrecorded Deeds. decreased tlio cost of living It would (if t recompense, but there Js no fo'lovving Is a list of Deeds bo sonic Tin C. M. UARNETT, Editor &. Proprietor WHlte HOUSe tTOieSSOr BCgMS fron, Jtm lHti 1!UKP( t0 ,,ato tll.u nrt, y high prices i'le ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor evidence thnt It has. The ld In of 'remain, but the foreign pnjluccr Is Feel That the Free-Tari- ff is i fice ai.il the Ohio County CJcrk's FOR '..oUIng tho benefit of tlicm. It Is cs-arc unrecorded: Address all communications to minted that the food Imports cited' Chick, to V. K. Martin, Ambt.r Working Badly. lii The Hartford Republican. I date cf deed, Oct. 15, 1001. above represent the produce of C25,- -' ' iC21 acres of ground. J. V. Chancellor to X. M. Chanii-NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Presently, when the Canadian Par- cellor, date' of deed March IS, 1!'07. i Sol'ncrUitTB iltflrlnc the iHiiierwntto n now Washington, April 2. P resident T. A. Evans to Hester J. Fanner, llament has made American wheat free In iwUIng the in give tti oll mliln line is ddro mut Canadian wheat will come Into this Wilson la plainly showing concern date of dcUl Nov. 2, lHOJ. I:); rqiwt. vqr the business situation which Mary 11. Hardin to Richard Wella, Hnlnp Local nml Sotlron 10f per line nnrt c countiiy freo of luty to the displace- ment of American wheat. When tho'l"" resulted from the enactment of date of deed, Jan. 4, 1001. I'fr line for wick mlillllnnnl Uliltniiri?, lloolntloni" nml CniU of Tli ink .V .n.nr i.mvi.inn nf Mm nmimemtic tlio Democratic Tariff bill. Ho kHOWS Roid, laden & Co. to L. O. Wilprllne mone.v In nrtvntup. o- Into operation, the 1ouis- - that unless something is donoi very liams, date of Meed May 1st, 1000. nto Church NotlcM for .errlrm free, bat otlnri Rowan Hoi brook et al., to C. P. iana cane growers and the Western Mutok'y to improve coniJltloiis there charrh mlTertUrinrnt, Zv T line. will rewire so sunr beet producers will find their will boa sweeping movement "against Keovvn, date of deed June 20, 1010. cominanlc.itlon AnonyinoUB satisfaction-give- r. attention. occupation gone. Th0 rest of tlio 'tho Democratic party at tlio coming A. X. Embry to Mary E. Pitman, country would perhaps bear tills with Congressional elections, date of deed Dec. 13, 1007. did' Sqvciul days ago, when tho fact equanimity If tho low Tariff W. M. Livers to Stephen Drrown, m pi 3 Cum'carlsr.i .... a tho net earnings of the ralj-k- date of lecd Feb. 10, 1002. nothing more than restrict tlio mar-'11"- 1 ! Farmers' roads had dropped 13,000.000 In tho and profits of American farmers. Jacob Jackbon et al., to Trustees fe in f rom to 1"" year j lAcr prices for foo'd should natural-- 1 'tlon of the was broughtlie to tlio atten-l- y Elk Chapel Church Aug. 22, 1000. FRIDAY, APRIL 17. President, said that he V. L. Shultz to Mabel Hcrrcl, date follow this, though thus far they i in Suits; realized tlio conditions prevailing m of deed March 27, 1011. have not done so. the railroad wor.'d and that he was .Mabel Hcrrvl to W. L. Shultz, date But how to the farmers like It To "salute or not salute," Is what and what, on reflexion, will bo their "trying to help" all he could. cf decU .March 27, 1911. "worries the Mexican Federals. Tho administration Is not unaware verdict on a party policy .which they T. A. Ragland to T. W. Ragland, va- It is a pretty safe bet that certain liplnml ni.ilo successful and which of the general curtailment in dato of ded Dec. 7, 1305. industries throughout ihQ eoun- railroad interests arc with President fills the American market with fort two-piec- e C. R. Riley to .lured & Sam Willine of Knick- himself Js not- - liams, date of deed May 0, 1003. Wilson in his fight for tolls repeal. cmwn rom oats, notatocs. rice, whetl try. The President ins with concern the manner In which Louis Rogers to Charles Ulanch-arwhen he can command the support of and sugar? Philadelphia Press. in ( regu- jvarious small railroctls are passing uch men as Senator Root and LJJge. dato of deed April 15, 1901. their dividends, especially tho case Martha J. Rcss to A. L. Witlnovv, What a Week's Wages Will Buy. Double-Breaste- d fii nob- Tfoc Hon. A. O. Stanley tas reachcf the Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago is Clothing manufacturers arc making and St. Louis system, which reduc- dato of deed April 30, 1000. ed that stage of his canvass for the Katie Roll Paris to W. W. Park, for ed the dlvidcill on the common stock Democratic nomination for United the most of the opportunities fit in pf jjlj dato of deed April 26, 1002. luinilwlnHnr tlinli rilfttnmnrs wliloll i ho States Senator which requires a de- "uv" " ".irom o to 3 per cent, and the pre- V. 11. Morton to J. H. Iglchcart, e Tariff affords them. They ferred from 5 o 4 per cent. nial every few days that he Is about lit all date of dtcd Oct. 27, 1900. ji to withdraw. It has boon our obser- try to make .people believe that beThe Logan steel plant at Iovis-towIvy Williams .McKlnley to Cyrus vation that when this condition over- cause of the low Tariff on woole,n faPa., employing 500 men, re- W. Williams Uate of deed Oct. ask, candidate he had as well brics they are going to get better and cently sent word that it would be takes II, 1910. concern cheaper c'othes. One withdraw, anyway. compelled to close down for at least J. H. Morris to Warren Uoyd, date sx weeks, and possibly longer. Sim-li- of deed Dec. 15, 1009. was Acivll service examlnaton Xcvcr before have wo been able to rcrcTts aro coming from many Sam Williams to Jarcd Williams, held for all tho fourth-olas- s offer such attractive values. The tar- other industries. to late cf Uced Oct. 3, 1903. in Kentucky which pay more iff reduction has opened to us the Nearly six months havo passed Davis, W. H. Venerable to CJias. than eighty dollars a year. The ap- vvoplcn markets of all Europe. We pointments have been made in a are offering (at $115) a special Jlne since the Tariff law went into effect, date of deed April 1, 190S. it jarge number of instances. As was of these fabrics, which under the old and the farmers are. finding that the J. P. Wilson to Grant Pollard, date burden is falling heaviest upon thorn. of deed Dec. 30, 1905. expected, no one but Democrats have Tariff wouJJ have been priced at ?25 Since the first of October, accordAlvln Rowe to W. C. Knott, 'date M been appointed. Why not repeal this to $3o. ing to official statistics, more than of deed March 2, 1912. "snival" service farce? It Is absolutely absurd to suppose 50,000,000 pounds of fresh beef have A. B. Porter to Olice Everly, date If the death penalty ts to deter that there Is going to be any such come from foreign countries, mostly of deed April 15, 1912. hor- reduction in the price of clothing. On from Argentina; yet the price of boor others from crime and render a M. L. PJilpps to W. 0. Knott, date true: to consumers has not decreased, but, rible example, the bars Bhoutdbe of two tilings Is absolutely cf deed May 9, 1912. pcopJie not Dnly Either the clothing manufacturer is to insteac' has Increased. Theiwhcat.harv-cs- t thrown down, and Ola Porter to Walter Knott, date allowed to witness ithe executions, but make goods without any profit or else of last year was almost a record of deed Jan. 10, 1912. encouraged to do so. The very act the man who goto for.?13 a suit that one, yet wo imported between the Alvln Rowe to Ola Porter, date of that this is not done is in recogni- under the old Tariff would have been first of October and the first of Janu- deed April 12, 1910. tion of the well known and lacknowl-edg- priced at $25 to ?35 Is going to get ary nearly 1,500,000 Ibushels of wheat, J. P. Stevens to F. G. Patton, date law of nature ithat the more hu- a much poorer article than before. or approximately 1,000,000 bushels vW the more than we impoititi in the like of deed April 2, 1913. butchery wo see tho less value, Needless to say, tho latter is man A. F. Graham to H. J. Odel, date poorer article Uhan before, period of tho preceding year. a much we place upon life. m-tmm-mzost truth. Under a Protective Tariff a Everything that has been done by of deed March 2, 1914. Louisville-Evening-Pcop-JeN. G. Patton to F. G. Patton,' The wages would buy more bnd the Domocru.Ua; administration so week's date of deed March 5, 1914. an editorial from this paper and better clothing than could be bought prcdlctlops of tho Republican crttict far in Washington has been opposed thoHart-iod- i S. P. Fulkcrson to H. P. Taylor, ISAAC PARRISH credlte it to our neighbor, wages In any other to the home market and In favor of with a week's of the new Tariff are already b3lnjc Power of Attorney, May 15, 1913. HcraVl. fot long ago tho country in the world. Can as much the foreign marker. Congress, It is Justified by tho workings of tlio law . clipped an editorial from be said of Free-TraJ. B. Tlchenor toM. G. Sncll, which makes true, enacted a clause In 'the Tariff INDICTMENT DISMISSED Boston Advertises. date .of dectf Nov. 13, 1911. tho Central City Argus and credited It harder to got the week's wages? bUl granting a 5 per cent rebate on U Jo tho Central Olty "Bogus". If J. D. Tucker to L. P. Dabney, date gords shipped In American bottoms, of deed Dec. 30, 1913. such blunders .were to occur In a coun Farmer Ben's Big Kick. but the Democratic Attorney General B. A. Greer to Maggie Rpyal, date Commonwealth's Attorney Fibs try nowsjwper office they would be I see that big importations of but- held that such benefits to American of deed Dee. 29, 1911. Inexcusable. The great city papers, contrary to the spirit of Statement Is Convinced W. II. .Moore to E. Crabtrec, Uate however, are never so clear of er- ter, corn, beef and other farun truck ships were are being' brought in to this country agreements to, foreign nations and of deed June 27, 1912. -- nd hence due allowance must rors Farrish Innocent. C. W. Whltlqr to Grant Pollard, e made. The local paper must never from other countries under the new therefore could not be conferred. Wilson Tariff that has knocked off a J The Tariff bill Itself was an open dato or decid Nov. 12, 1912. commit an error or tell an untruth. Protection from farm products. Of invitation to cheap foreign labor to Under the Kentucky Statutes an The horrible executions of the four course butter and corn are lowering flood the rich American market with unrecorded deed Is worthless and your Hawcsvlllo, Ky., April 14 The cir condemned men in Now York Monday In prlco and all other farm stall' will their products, and they havo done title to Jiand may be questioned at cuit court today handed down tho fol will tend to hasten the time whop have to be knocked out In price la so. Congress, In another attempt to any time. Besides you cannot pass lowing fdcclslons: capital punishment will be unknown ter. I wouldn't care about tile farmer benefit American commerce, provided tltk If oou should desire to ssjl withCase of E. L. Morris, ctc., vs. S. J In every State in this Union. In the having to take less for his stuff ho for the exemption of American ships out vour dcjd is recorded. Attend coming years these "Jpil raises if tho price of other things he passing through the Panama Canal, to this without delay if your uamcap Dunker, etc, Morris suing Hunker lor $1,040 on a timber contract; verdict elocutions" will be read about in the lias to buy was also affected In the but thq President now demands that pears on this list. of ?S00 In favor of the plantlff. ,hbstory of our country mi classed sanio way, but they ain't. And that this- provision bo repeal,!. Tho arguW. C. BLAXKEXS1IIP, Commonwealth vs. Isaac Parrlsh; .&4ngsido tho tortures of witchcraft ain't all. The stuff which a family ments made by President Wilson in Cleric Ohio County Court. In the sixteenth ccntur, and men eats ain't nioro than a quarter of his private confereneo with members the attorney for tlio commonwealth wilj wonder how an enllghtcnd bald: "The case has been filed away and the cofci of Jlvln", and I can't sec that of tho Senate and House can bo reA Texas Wonder. with leavo to reinstate," and took an In feed Is an easy matter If yon Christian people could ever have clpthcs and shoes and rents aiiV, light vealed hero for tho first timo and The Texas Wonder cures kidney an order restoring tho case to the docket, coino hero for It. You will fli.H it the Idea that they had tho and books and lumber and taxes tuul fahow au amazing inconsistency, on right to take, a human llto under the all the rest have been cut" ono hit. tho part of tho administration. The bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, and sayllni; that ho was convlnciil always wholesome and nourishing and forms of law. It is murder just the That's the big kick I've got njjenst principal argunipnt of tho President cures dltbctes, weak tnd lame backs, that Farrish is not guilty, and that in that Is why MY EEED WINS. came. Wilson tho Wilson Tariff bill. in favor of the repeal Is that it will rheumatism, and all Irregularities of Justlco to hlni, who had alwujs led Ordinary feed nftcn contains UlrH; tho kidneys and bladder in both men an upright life, ar'.l to His family, ho agonst preserve friendly relations with, for Jug hnndkh all The city press 13 not carelul enough Itt is eign countries, but the most signifi- and women, uegulates bladder trou- asked tho court to restore t)10 cas0 and foreign matter which Injures the in dealing with reports from the tho farmer and In favcr of tho rich your cant argument that; he makes is that bles In children .If not bold by your to tho docket, and to dismiss Jt ab- stock. Use my feed and eo country presumed to grow cut of la- manufacturers. But tho farmers who put Wilson in to dictate tho advantiigo t American ships druggist, will send by mall on re- solutely, so tt might not longer bo stock thrive. bor troubles. There has never been 'ho'&od to ceipt of $1.00. One small bottlo Is potential'y hanging over him. Tho outrageous Tariff will bo tho would not benefit the consumer. any lawlessness In Ohio county on The President admits that Amer- two months' treatment, and seldom order was entered accordingly, air. Is ever before this trip account of the farmers tobacco pool sickest lot ican shipping would bo benefit'! 1; fails to perlect a cure. Send for tes- Parrlsh was indlctekl along with his aiAl none, so far as wo know, at kast over. Austin (.Minn.) Tralsciint. The Produce Merchant that American ships .would havo a timonials from this and other states. brother, J. H. parrlsh, for tho failure not In many years, from coal miners" advantage over foreign ships Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Ollvo Street, St. of the Owensboro Savings Dank, it HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY distinct RENFR0W. etrlhcs. Tho recent trouble at Echols 30t52 being alleged that ho made false en and wou'U be able &o compete more Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. to Jhis county, was not to bo charged April 13. Mr. W. Daughcrty and effectually tries In the books of tho bank. with the transcontinental to tabor troubles, but to other causes wife have recently returned homo ra)rcads; NOTICE, TEACHERS! but he isays tthat, altho entirely. It was an attempt upon tho from Louisiana. rates might bo reduced to tho shippart of certain persons to correct the Wheat crops in this locality The Board of Education for are per, the consumer would not pot any FOR FLETCHERS Clonals of certain other people. Yet, looking fine and there Is a great deal .The Hartford white graded and high benefit from such reduction. organized labor had to bear the or gardening going on. shlpicr he says, would simply put Wame. Mrs. Martha OF Morris and family the extra profit In his pocket, and, school will elect teachers for the went to Frledlarjd recently shoplng. although on April 25th. year 1914-1- 5, fruits of various kinds could Predictions Justified. Tho citizens of Ohio county should Mr. E. T. Morris went fishing last bo carried from 'San Francisco to Those desiring to apply for posiknow and appreciate tho difficulties Wholly apart from fthe stories of Saturday evening and had a lucky New York at a cheaper rate, the price under which our Fiscal Court Jabors to teach in the different the armies of the unemployed in tho Besides several small ones to attempting to spread $115,000 over catch. the onsumer would not bo Vcduced tions Ja different largo dies of this country, 10 ho caught one weighing about because, tho (benefits of fractional de- grades must have their applica- tho reports or tholmports 2,200 wiles of roads and bridges anil and exports pounds. by to tions, together with recommen- do. not seem to indicate creases can ncvpr bo transferred keep them in good condition for that the tho housebolde. twelve mouths. Tho people recently ILER ft BAWIETT of tho fraraers of the law More About Log Drag. made bids on this work and we What the President says with ref- dations, in the hands of the Sec have been fulfilled. It wn& promised 0. Centcrtown, Ky., April 13. Editor erence to tolja exemption prohabjy retary of the Board on or before that American they aggregated about manufacturers would Let us not "cuss" tlio Court for Republican In regard to Mr. Allen's may bo very eouri logic, but it is bo able to keep their mljls running on the 20th day of this month. ' falling to accomplish the Imposslblo. objection to my construction of road absolutely contrary to tho Democratfull time without reducing wares, be- GROCERY or K. T. COLLINS, Sec. Government and State aid is com-in- g drag, will say that I will have to be ic Tariff principle. During the Tariff 39t2 causo tho raw materials Df their In j k. In a few years and then possibly shown. If he will show mo a better fight tho President sold UuU foreign dustries would come Jn either free REPUBLIC! OFFICER wg can make some headway toward section of road than mine anywhere ers .would be able to sell their goods of duty or at a very low rate of duty. Owensboro Optical House. good roads. It takes money and in Ohio county worked with any sort In this country to their agents at 'Ky., Nov. 1. I have used Yot V lataitcmenja of thq operations Hartford, plenty of It to convert these miser- of an LmpKdmcni then I will yiled a cheaper price, and even if the deof the first four months of the new Mail) Orders tyyei Froiipt X able dirt roads into Ucceat high- tho point. I do not claim to be per- creases were fractional the public 'lasses made by R. C. Hardwick's Tariff law show thai' importations of way, which will bo passable all fect in the construction of road build- would get tho benefit of them. Eith- Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my en- raw materials, for use in manufacture Attettioa. ing machinery and am trying to er he is right In Ills canal tolls argu- tire satisfaction; His house and ma aro lem under Jhe now law tho year. than unller i learn, and if tp place a split log on ment and wrong in his Tariffvldws, chinery for making lenses are the tho o!U law. It is the manufactured The Farmers asd the Tariff. Its back or belly will produce the or he is right in his Tariff views J. C. ILER most complete In the State, and he articles' which show the Increase, m ) his recent speech at Hamilton, right effect as a road drag, then I aril wrong in bis canal tolls view. other words, the promise that the now X employs none but experienced work- on certaln'ly am away pff, ALLISON BARNETT Truly, O., Secretary Redfiekl laid stress The President Is tooklng for causes lantr would not harm anHHtimoin ' M. UARNETT. J business bag not been kept, of depression outsldq of tho Tariff, men. WATT TAYLOR. mv rPV wwev uwuua jUje Wt Wai & and the I Hartford Republican. Vt,TZTl I MEN'S SUITS 8 TSSSmSESH SPRING ARE ALL IN. St.. I -- I I '8 Inn-rllo- 1 every detail. The newest Fabrics and Models are the eye and every Suit very pleasing The complete i a I 1 ,i ct We show $7.50 wide range of prices I Special J Hart Schaffner & Marx. Barnes $18.00, $20.00 to $30.00 4 Ign-'rlo- us d, '- Frce-TirU- n, Boys' j Norfolks and erbocker Suits, lar back the ft the country. Style, biest and workmanship are that you could Our I ar and you and your boys will be pleased with our Suits. Priced from post-offic- es $2.00 $10.00. I j $ We can furnish complete outfits for Men and Boys. I E. P. Barnes & "I Bro: I dl BEAVER DAM, KY. mymtmj s&.mtz&m:mz ts Cour-ler-Joura- al de Getting Hie Best t LrOOKINQ - aTEED? WeHaveTheBest. ' "i H-- W. E. ELLIS ,f Children Cry j6A4Ordered CASTORI A MAGAZINES ALL KINDS 75,-00- flLERS' f. SPRING SUGGESTIONS Spring days are suggestive days and we want to suggest to you right now something regarding our NEW SPRING GOODS. We want to show you Our Now Fancy Gropes at Our Latest Figured Ratine at Our Fancy Silk Batiste at Our New Silks at Our Fancy Collars und Neckwear Our Silk Hosiery, all Shades at Our New Style Slippers Our New Arrivals in Millinery Long Silk (Moves (Holeproof) at Long White Lislie C! loves at Fancy Collars J'ins Fancy Pleating Novelties in Sash Ribbons Window Drapery 25c yard 25c yard 25c yard flOe, 75c and $1.00 50c up ." 50c Don't fall to sec nnd hear the Cheney Concert Company at collcgo hall FOR SALI2 One fUo year old mule. Will consider young cattle or any young 8loek J traklo. Seo T. A. CHAIN, Hartford, Ky., 11. 3. pit Misses fono Hidrlck, Maurlnc Mar tin nnd Hu'a King nro attending tho I closing exercises cf tho Llvurmoru High School. Among the graduates a a Miss ltcbocca Shults, formerly Hartford girl. Td Wo'vo got the-Tolf on Penny I'lciures tlila month, Thciy are now 1M for 2,e 3c for each extra face. After May 2d wc iult making them. HitUr have 'em mudo now. Schroc- 3'Jtf ter below the bridge. Owing to .failure of the City Coim ell and tho Kkctrlc Light compnriy to agree on a contract for street lights another year, Hartford Is in darkness .tnl lttie'y to remain in. that sad condition indefinitely. Just received a carload of tho JJoncs Brand of Fertilizer. Have any analysis and will sell on same terms hao heretofore sold. W. E. ELLIS, lOtl The Produce Merchant. 1 THAW AWARDED IIADEAS CORPUS WRIT Judge Witholds Bail Pending Ap. peal To Supreme Court. Concord, N. II., April 14. Harry Kendall Thaw's for a writ of halitns corpus was granted b Judgo Kd;;ar Alilrlch, of tho UnltOd States district court, today. Tho court said, howovcr, that no order iwcuW lo Issued fcr tho prisoner's dlschargo foin custody until arrangements hiI been, completed to tako the case to tho United States Supremo Court on appeal. Thaw's petition for admission to ball the court left undetermined, taking tho ground tjiat it would bo moro appropriate for this to be passed upon by the Supreme Court. Tho court says, how over, that ho is satisfied thnt any pupposdc danger to the community through Thaw's liberty Is so remote us not to wnr-rahis being deprived of ball upon that ground. "I am not at all certain that I am not denying a plain right, and ftolng tho petitioner injucttcc, by leaving this question undecided," ho says. t'Jlo rcsu't of the decision is that Thaw's guardianship nnd condition will bo unchanged for the present; but that his petition for a writ of habeas corpus will go to the highest court Jn the !pnd with a decision of the lower court In his favor. Tho decision fikU with the clerk of the court hero makes more than 10,000 words, and discusses exhaustively "i various phases of thq Case presented in the United States court, concluding: "My conclusion Is that constitu tional right of extradition for crime docs not reasonably apply to such a situation as this, where the right of control by the 'demanding statuto resides In a degree of custody balscd on insanitjy, and vwhere Its papers, upon their ace, negative the Idea of personal criminal responsibility. It s further thought that It frould involve forCvU or fictional reasoning to make a fifght of the character of the one in question, tho kind of a flight con templated by the Constitution as a basis for extradition. It results that an order will be sustaining the writ, and that mad.-the petitioner be discharged from the extrsilltion process under which he was'Eeld at" the "time Wp petition for habeas corpus was brought upon constitutional grounds. "It has been understood from the that, whichever way this beglnnin case ,was decided by me, It wouli be taken to the Supreme Court. Theremade fore no fomal order will be either sustaining the .writ or dis charging the petltmer until the aggrieved party has had an opportunity to perfec its appeal." nt ? jlill: m rRPf?VralBSII fe wllilfl n -- "! I i yljlif I i'i pUE iSTORC cur. I 1 eIs WELCOME 1 IKtl DRESS WELL, YOU FEEL WELU YOU Bu DO WELL $2.00 to $.'.50 All prices $1.25 50c 25c up 25 c yard 25c 10c These are only suggestions of what we carry in Spring Merchandise. We want your presence at our storey we can then show you better than we can sugDo this and remember that IT PAYS TO gest. TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. -- ZgLffleC5b FRIDAY, APRIL 17. Mr. C. L. ReaVa.'of llardjnhburg. is here to spend several days in the Interest of his insuranco business. If you will subscribe to The Republican for one dear wo will send you four monthly magazines for only 23 cants extra. s Hartford Republican. M. H. ft E. Jt Is generally conceded that tho U ft N. time card effective Monday severe frosts of the passed week lcillc Aug. 21st. most of the pcacjios and earjy fruit No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. , in this section. daily except Sunday. The blgfest bargain we have over No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. tn. offered our subscribers is The Redally except Sunday. No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. publican and four magazines, all ono year, for only $1.25. dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound duo 1:16 p. in. The Hartford fishing club just redally except Sunday. launched their bouse boat after it had II. E. MISCIIKE, Agt. been on tlio wais for some tlmo undergoing extensive ropalrs. 01 r. Darrcl Sullonger, whoso foot Garden Seed at Her & Ixxfeo was amputated some timo ago, is Black's. Improving and Jt Is thought wll bo Mr. Will Llles, routo 3, was in ublo to bo out again soon. Wednesday. .Mips Leila Glenn and Miss Plurlo Mr. William Do'uncy, rcuto 3, was Brewster, or Mineral WeJIs, Texas, a caller Wednesday. returned to Xashvlllo Sunday to laso College. Hall Complete lino of-lA GotUs. nxn & BLACK. Black &" Blrkhead have Just reMowers, Mrs. Jennlo Mcllcnry Is visiting ceived a carload of Hinders, Rakes, Corn Drills, Dlsc Harrows, relatives in Louisville. 39t4 Cultivators and Sisal Twine. SALVBT, tho great stock remedy. Messrs. R. E. Leo SLmnicrinan and 3Ctf Seo U. S. Carson, Hartford. M. Bean spent so venal days In Mr. Park Taylor Js oulto sick at tliis week In tho Interest of tho Ohio County Drug company. tho homo of his mother, city. Wo carry a fine lino of ikodaks and For Service, cleanliness and satissupplies. (Tho Eastman.) faction, vlalt City Restaurant. m J. B. TAPPAN, Wire Fence best on American jeweler and Optician. 39t2 earth. For pale by U. S. Carson. If your subscription to Tho ReV. S. Carson Is agent for tho fapublican fs Idue, better pay up now mous American Wire Fencing. get four big magazines, all one Prof. S. P. JdcKianey, Beaver Item, and year, for only 25 cents extra. Tuesday. was a caller at this office, Eyes tested arid glasses ilttod at Hon'Lawrenco" Tanner, Owenaboro, over tho traveling great saving was Jvoro yesterday pnlegal business. faker. "There'a a Photoerapher In HartJ. B. TAPPAN, ford. Below the bridge SCiniOETEn 39t2 Jowoler and Optician. For fine tomato and cabbage plants Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs., call on II. E. Mlschke, Hartford. 38t4 Joo C. Payne dUW Thunsday morning. IMIss Winnie Slmraerman return- Mrs. Payae Js a sister of Mrs. Waled to NashvJllo Sunday to lace Riley from wiose bonne the burschool. ial took place. Mr. aitt Mrs. Rowan Holbrook were Mr. E. P. Moore returned from LexIn Louisville several days the i lrst of ington yesterday with hi son, .Wi(the week. lliam. Young Mr. Moore, a student In Mr. J. II. Gray. Hartford R. F. D. State University, ha been very sick . No. 1, paid, us an appreciated call but is much Improved. white la' town Tuesday. Henry Colitts,Tcolored, known as 13 "SmokebaU", died last Sunday mornBOGS Her ft iMls iW J per doicn cash or 15c per dozen in ing, after a lingering' Illness. "Smoke-ball- " as an inoffensive negro and trade Friday and Saturday. can set four splendid ma&a,-aln- had manly friends among tho white You one year for 25 cents extra by people. He had for years worked for gavo him renewing your subscription to The Black & Blrkboad anid they burial in a bandswe casket. Republican. cr Ward-Belmont Lou-llivllio re-entes '' lailroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. X Mr. J. Ney Foster, Mho lias Just completed a courso at tho Bowling Green Business College, 13 home for ,i fov das visit. Ho Jias accepted the position of head bookkeeper for Davidson Bros. Lumbermen at Glasgow, Ky. of Tho Two States Poultry Co., which Hartford's Produce merchant Is a member and director, assumed obligation for and reccUe'J a lot of poultry rejected by Sam Moskonitz Co., at Beaver Dam this week and thereby saved the owners considerable Josa and Inconvenience. Just recehod a carload of Arab Horse Feed, the .best alfalfa feed ton tliq market, pure ai(l unadulterated. Ask Contains no foreign matter. any one who has tried 1,1 and they Ifwfltt tell jou .the kind of feed it is. VH sell tho balance of this .week at W. E. ELLIS, $37 per ton. 40t4 The Produce Merchant. During the, passed week Hartford boys, and a few men, have enjoyed the greatest fishing ever recorded In the local river. Some of the finest black bass liavo been captured and t'e cost of living greatly reduced, and ilvirfi also miio worth while. A rain and slight rise in the river put an end to tho sport wltliin the last fow days. Tho Easter chlldrens' day exercises held at the court house Sunday morn ing by the. Metb.odjstu.nday, School was a deciidod success. The Belect choir assisted by .the city orchestra furnished splendid music interspersed with songs and recitation's by tho children. Easter was also observed at tho Christian and Baptist Sunday Schools. The combined attendance of the, threo schoo's was 400. The missionary collection at the. Baptist Sunday School was 1101.00. Jas. N. Norrls, Son & Co., having withdrawn from business .from tho Slates of Indiana and Kentucky, a now company Tuiown as Two States Poultry Co., lias been Incorporata nnd has taken charge of all their houses in tho said States and will continue the business at all tho Tho capital houses as heretofore. is stock of tho now corjioratlon Headquarters will bo at SL",000. Our local pro Now Albany, Ind. duce merchant, Mr. .W. E. Ellis, has taken stock In this corporation and lias been ejected as ono of tho di rectors, and Is treasurer for the patronago exAny corporation. tended will bo greatly appreciated. MM "HE" DOES WELL BECAUSE HE BOUGHT HIS CLOTHES FROM US. BUY CLOTHING AT OUR SO WILL "VOU" (F YOU STORE. OUR CLOTHING "LOOK WELL." IT IS THE OUR CLOTHING NOT ONLY DOES WELL." BUT IT "WEARS "MAKE" THAT MAKES THEM. WORLD. WHEN COMES FROM THE BEST TAILOR SHOPS IN THE WE TELL YOU A SUIT IS ALL-WOO- L YOU MAY KNOW IT IS SO. WE MAKE THE "UN- DER" PRICE FIRST: NO ONE CAN "UNDER PRICE" USION UP-GRA- CLOTHING. CARSON ATttceofGod. CO. " - INCORPORATED Hartford, Kentucky. Notice. -- For Sale. farm in Ohio county, near Barnetts Creok church, containing 120 acres, all In cultivation except G acres. Good dwelling, barn In good repair. and all Well watered and In the oil belt. Foi terms and particulars apply at this BAItNETT &. SON, Agents. offlco Good How the Farmer Feels Now. Colorado la some potato growing State, and certain parts of tho State will bo effected by tho now tariff law. For tho months of October and November, 1913, under JJho now law tho Importation of potatoes wes 1.236,-9S- 1, against about 27,700 bushels bushels for corresponding months In 1912. Every potato grower will have to accept Jawer prices for his potatoes or go out of business. That's docs for our Ameriwhat Free-Trad- e can farmers. Under the now Tarltf laws every bo farmor la the coat, and nothing the pitlduccs has been spared In "downward rovUJon" of the Tartu. Sad. but true. And mow Oregon farm ,nm ita epttlne busy alnco they are confronted with Imported butter and ogga at greatly rdJuced prices, anu a Republican delegation to going to Congress from that Stte next fall, the same as Colorado iwlH send. Every where the farmer Is getting busy. Why, in Indiana recently in one precinct where Taft only received six a vntMi 36 farmers drove through precinct snowstorm to vote ifor a chairman and he bad no opposition. That Is hpw the 'Amencau jamer feels now. He believed iWHson was honest in his Tariff dectorMJons ln 1912. but now that he has betrayeU after tjvery Demthem, ho Is hot-foocrat. Keep your eye on 7,000,000 farmers, 'this coming fal). Pueblo (Colo.) Opinion. ., . ot Circulation of the Blood. The Idcn of some sort of movement of tho blood In man und the lower aniby Aristotle nnd mals was other Greeks nnd by the physicians of the Alexandrian bchool as well as by the doctors suul surgeons of tho middle ages. In fact, oven the village barbers knew of such mn euietit. But no one, not even the wisest "f men. had nuy conception of a continuous stream returning to Hi MMieo- -n circulation In tho true sciim f the woid-- or of the functions of the lie.ut im the motor power of the movement of the blood until It was deniiinsti.Ued by DJanvy In 1028. Pilgrims at Benares. Benares, mi ludiiin holy tity. Is the victim of pilgrimages. Many of the pilgrims me In the Inst stage of Illness und find their way to the city to have their remains cremated on tie bunks of the Gauges. A large number of hospitals have to lie provided for tho reception of the Mck. mid the distinction of belug n holy nipgnet Is not greatly appreciated by the residents of the city. Exehauge. All Brazilian vessels engaged In i Brazilian Vettili. the o coasting trade and currying passengers. cither casually or regujarly. and waking voyages of more thnn qeventy-twhours between tho place of departure nnd port of destination, must have on board a Brazilian doctor uomlnuted by the minister of the interior. That' All. "I did not think you would associate wlts(!eBTnau." Houston Post "I shan't associate with hint much. I am merely going to marry IjIbV An injury done to character la so 4 ,,:,., ,.,, rreat that it cannot possibly be esti mated. -- Livy. There is a growing tendency among I Hereafter, this paper will charsa churchgoers of all denominations to 5 cents per .line, for all, obituaries. ' In advance, and S cents. per line t for get close together. 'Xn decrease in church ail church notices except for church attendance brought the more prom- services, and also for cards of toaafcs. inent leaders In church work face to In adopting this rule we are only face with the fact that there must following the same plan of every othexist a better u.icrstanding If the er local paper in Kentucky. . power of religion is to regain Its Ifor- - j men efficiency. With, all ithe deliberation and sweep of a movement that Is impelled by profound and abiding forces, hte Protestant churches of tho 'wojljd are. now seeking a closer fel- -' loshjp In work and worship. While tho movement started In the United States, it Jiais now recalled i LLaLaMtWi:'-Jaacross ins Attfiantld and English aaaBHBW S churches have expressed a dtlslrq to with Americans in tins aaaBaHHMIiv !fiiBBBBK truco of Gti moveninet. When a call comes to Join In tho BaaBaBaBaHH VbHKbHI flaaBaHaaHliaH lor a batter understanding j BBaB.B.HTinBB.lla7T'i.B.LB.H Imagination p stirred by tlioi tho wonderful accompllshmnet such a' moveninet seems to make possible. It Is to ,bo a truco to controversy, a laying asldo of arguments over points of dlffernece and n devotion of thought to tho fundamental matters of agreement. In this atmosphere of mutual confidence, jn this spirit of acknowledgment Hint beneath diver PHYSICIAN sity of opinion there lies unity of ( OSTEOPATHIC Consultation and examination free. fnlth and purpose, U 'is hoped the desire for organic oneness will be bom All kinds of 'diseases treated. OHtco 2nd floor, Cascbler building. aili brought to maturity. all nearly nil churches are 1EAVIX DAM, KY. After working for the gpoli of the human race. There is out ono tuiuie ana one Cod, and all religions have hte same u jtlmato end Jn view. There are dlf- -, forent forms of worship, different creels and beliefs. Tho man who does unto others' as he would nave them I Is Again or Hand With ao unto mm, wno acce'jtts ujo nuntiujig ' God, who a New Stock of of the Bible and believes In tries to bring himself. Into a better mentjal and moral condition, need liavo no particular fear of tho future, regardless of what church he may be- A.D 'lng to. i There Is good In overy religion, and the difference In creeds anVl forms of worship, after all. dose not make a great deal of difference. At the Fred Woerner old While the truce prevails the comstand, Center street, Hartford. mission will carefully, promote Its plans for a proposed world conference r next door to Ohio County Drug-jCo-. on iaith and order.- - No Matte has; be Will furnish and .trim set for this conference. That is- - a your hat in the latest style at fact significant of tho earnestness and sanity of tho movement. It may bo the most reasonable rates. three years hcuoe, It may be five, Everything new .and iupto-datbut it Indicates that advocates of Let us show you. Chrlsltanlty aro working in Ujo right direction. BBBBaP!aBBB B tflal G. B. DOCKERY Miss Poppie Nail MILLINERY TRIMMINGS e. jnrw.ii nr UNFAMILIAR FACES Historical FAMOUS WINTERS IN PARIS. In France Was Ice ar.d Evory Mill Idle. Iteviillltij: famous winter In I'rniirr. ip timt " VttVl lv,lt IlIlL'flllll ri'lllUI.V IIIIK'H JUHllj IK Hill-Il- l LIGHT In Once Evey River ORHE SUN HOTEL Directory County Ohio 'j33 i yBer.osyiia, K) Characters of Whose Jniin y Looks We Know Nothing. THEY LEFT NO PORTRAITS. Many of the Famous Fifjures and Heroes of Colonial and Revolutionary Times Are as Blanks to Us So Far as Their Personal Appearance Is Concerned. In the search for n portrait of Thomas Wlllett, the first mayor of Xew Tork. the committee from the City club visited nearly every print dealer in the city In addition to scores of private collectors of Americana. But there was no portrait to he found. bite. Any one who has ever attempted to "In H30 It froze for more than two make n collection of the pictures of and n half mouths, and tlio miow fell the hip men of early New York soon for fort.v days without Mopping. All realizes that there are many blanks, t the buds hidden In the trunks of treos For Instance, of the four Dutch gov- - died "In 'tho'year of the great winter.' as crnors refer Stuyvcaiit Is the only one of whom we have a correct po- l()0:i was called, hundreds of persons troni cold. Kvory thing was frortrait Of Teter Minuet. William Kleft died hard, zen outi the bread scrveil tit the and Woutor van Twlllcr thero Is abso- talili of Henry IV. In 170'J all the accurate, although vari- wheat was destroyed, and a now sow lutely nothing ous caricatures have appeared from ing had to Ik made In the sprlnu. Kuf-- I time to time. fon relates that no bread was to be The same Is true of a still more emi- j had. Even Mine, de Maintenon had nent New Yorker. William Hradford. to go without it. the first printer, who founded In 1723 "In 1770 sentinels were found fro- the New York Gazette, which was tlio zon to death outside Versailles, and first newspaper pilnted In the prov- the king put a stop to this service, in ince. Bradford was so prominent a P.uls groat bonfires were lit in me man and so active for years, both In streets. Bells were shivered Into piece Philadelphia as well as in New York, as they Ring, clocks stopped and In tin that it is rather surprising not to have collars wlue turned into ice. Hares something worthy of being called n and partridges came into the towns true portrait. If theie was. perhaps and hid themselves in the nooks and Ills features might be on the tablet corners of houses, where they were erected on the site of his printing of- subsequently found as stiff as a board fice, now of the Cotton Exchange, at and quite Inedible." Hanover square. The lack of an authentic portrait of HUNTING THE CARIBOU. Nathan Hale, the martyr spy of tlio Revolution, is somewhat better known. Curiosity Often Lures the Watchful Although the sculptors MacMonnles, Animal to Its Fats. Partridge and others have not alIn hunting the caribou quietness is lowed this to restrain them from de you picting the features of the young sol- essential. Never break a twig if cracking branch dier Jn stone or bronze. Of Colonel can avoid It. for a carries far -rjUJian Allen there Is no known por- makes a noise whichyour approachand to the same Is true of tbo may give warning of trait; Jnd the very stag you particularly want. donsbty warrior, General Nicholas Equally important is it to boon a sharp Herkimer. One of tbe heroes of Bunker hill, lookout at all times, especially when Colonel Richard Gridley. has left no entering a barren, where a stag may portrait He was the artillerist and be sleeping, for under such conditions engineer who built tbe fortifications they are hard to see. Among the nutbe night before the battle. Other merous gray dead stumps and moss prominent Revolutionary Oghters of covered low trees the color of the cariwhom no pictures exist are Colonel bou Is so inconspicuous that the unWilliam Ledyard, the defender of New trained eye will fall to detect the aniJvOndon, who wus killed by n British mal even at close range. Tbe first inofficer when Ledyard surrendered the timation will be a glimpse of a disapfort; General Thomas Conway, leader pearing patch of white as the catiuou vanishes into the woods. of tbe notorious cabal to depose WashAH these things considered, the cariington from tbe command of the army Jo J 777; Colonel Seth Warner, who was bou of Newfoundland Is not as alert as prominent in tbe attacks on Ticonde-r- o any other deer that I know of and Is and Crown point and in tbe bat- thorefoie more readily approached. tle of Bennington: General Setli Pom-ro- y There Is. of course, great variation of Massachusetts, and General among them, some being extremely Bamocl Holden Parsons, one of the alert and difficult to stalk, while othboard which tried Major Andre and ers are so absurdly tame that they will was appointed by Washington as the allow n man to walk right up to within a few yards before taking flight. Curiflrot judge of tbe northwest territory. No accurate portraits exist of two of osity Is often a notlceablo failing with signers of the Declaration them. When once it Is aroused they tbe flfty-sl- x of Independence, .lolm Morton of Penn- will go to almost any length to satisfy sylvania and .Tohn Uart of New Jer- It. I do not, however, advise tbe hunsey, although a portrait which is said ter to count too much on It. for tbe to be that of Hart hangs in independ- very thing which you Imagine will will na likely us ence ball in Philadelphia and Is said to tempt this curio-.ltnot frighten them away. Sometimes bare been painted fiom a miniature. There Is nothing extant of the fa- a strange nole will make them very ther of George Washington. Augustine Inquisitive, and they will come within Washington, nor have any portraits a few feet to lind out what It Is. Then, been discovered of Colonel Ball, fa- occasionally, a white handkerchief ther of Mary Washington, mother of will have the same effect. A. Duguiore In "The Romance or tbe general, or of John Dandridgc, father of Washington's wife, Martha the Newfoundland Caribou." -s y Had-cllffe tlio cold century. "In Ufs the registrars of tlio pnill.u ini'iit of Pari reported that It whs Iiii poIlile to Ixsiitf niiy of Its resolutions Itocituov tlii' Ink fiwe In tlio Ink buttles l'very three words tliy of tlii- had to tlinu tht'lr pons, and this with I.vory a Iiii- - nun Ins: In tliclr room. ilwr In 1'rniiee was frozen, and not a mill rnitlil woik. Tui'lM- - jenrs later. In there was a repetition of tills jaive out. and poor winter rood-tulpeople died liy tens of thousands.- In lotlian throu duys the "In wlno hi. J tlii' vlnopir froze In tin coland lnn had their loinhs lars: i flown, tin .Meets wi'ii full of poo plo who diluted. Jumped, wiostlod and ran rail's, anything to keep off frost1 'u, Ts Its Pure State We on the Earth Have Never Seen It. POWHATAN sWASHINCTON, SOME RAYS DO NOT REACH US. If D.C. "Washington. A portrait which a great many collectors of old New York material .would give u good deal to obtain is that of Samuel Kiaiinces. the West Indian tavern keeper, whose bet known "bouse was the old KniunciV tavern, now owned by the Sons of the Itcolu-tion- . restored since they purchased It n tew years ago to its original condition. It is on lower Bioad street, on tbe corner of Pearl street, and tbo famous long room In which Washington took farewell of his officers has been restored as closely as possible to its original form. There is no portrait of William Cunningham, the heartless keeper of tbe prorost Jail in a corner of City nail park during tbe Revolution. Betsy Rob, the celebrated maker of the first Mart and stripes, has no portrait. Captain Miles Standlbh Is among those who have left nothing of their persona) appearance, nor Is anything known of the intrepid French oxplor-r- r Jollet. who traced tbo sources of tbe Mississippi. Others of more or less note of whom there are no portraits are the old English dramatist Christopher Marlowe; Jtjfburd Savage, another well known English dramatist, who died In 1743; .Marquis Duquesne. from whom Fort Puquesne, now Pittsburgh, got its first same from tbe French; George Clinton, royal governor of New York from 3743 to 1753 and father of the British irroeral in the Revolution, Henry Clin-toColonel John Henry Cruger, General Oliver de Lancey, Governor Wll-RaTryon, General John Forbes, Baron Dleskau. General Robert Howe asd Bourrlcnne, Napoleon's famous sscrstsry, wbo wrote an excellent life t the great French emperor. New 70rk"THnes. s; ta Misleading I I Bookkeeping. liven bookkeeping Is nut an eiact scl- once. For behold! how often is It that one man will put into the expense ac count a given expenditure say. the rebuilding of a machine thus leduclug his piutlts by this amount, while another will put such an Item to the iinsot account, and each can advance weighty arguments mid reasons as to the logic of Ids methods. But the uet results of operation will differ widely with the same actual occurrences, so that even bookkeeping may be said merely to present results dependent upon the aspects of the situation as rendered by those who have the authority or opportunity to Interpret Benjamin A. Franklin In Engineering Magazlue. Points of the Crsscent Moon, Why does the moon sometimes appears with points turned upward and at other times downward? There Is one cause only tbe rotation of tbe eartb. If tbe moon rises with points turned upward then, wben It sets, the points must turn downward that is. the western horizon meets the points in its apparent approach; they point toward it. apparently downward, in the western sky. New York American. Felt the Power. Music has a wonderful Influent over us. Bill Jill I know it "Did you ever feel tbe power of a singer over you?" Tonkers "Sure! I married one!" Statesman. Upward Revision. "When first I consulted you about my eyes you told me it would cost 10 francs, but your bill Is for 100 francs." "That only shows tbe excellence nt my treatment Now you are ten time better.'-Pa- riJ Pele Mele. .Johnson, Advice la seldom welcome. Those wko need It most like It least Dr. 1uui;itj EL Of AMERICAN They Did They Would Probably Deso stroy Life as It Exists on Our Planet. In s city where good hotels Daylight and Sunlight Differ Almost abound, the Powhatan heads the as Much as flo Wine and Water. tut. Law It Is first In the hearts ct its "As clear as daylight" express In countrymen. HARTFORD, KY. s oidlnary l.mgii'igi a maximum of p Nevertheless and ubxlotisnoss. Mitwrs. W. II. Harms and C. 15. daj light Is one of the most conn l.i .'t- - i Snilih niiuounoe Mint tlwy Iiavo fonn-- a ETf7JJS;fi)MJ variable of all n.it- - i oil and ikirUitTAbAp for tilie goineral pracuial phenomena. tice of law, exc'ipt criminal and dlvor Almost everybody you meet will toll oast, Mr. Smith bolng County Attor jou that d.i light and sunlight an dif ney Is prevented from practicing such names for the same thing. Thoy ferent ccasvs. Mr. BariKtt will Individually -' The Towliatan is refined, cx think thoy know that much of ustroiiclusie, ami restful. It excelaccept Midi practice, Offl(3 In omy anyway. But tistionoiny does not lent location on Pennsylvania touch anything of tlio kind. Astronomy Hartford llepubllcun building, HartAvenue, ISlli and 11 Street!, makes it a desirable headquarsimply tells us that the sun Is the pri- - j ford, K" ters (or bridal couples, tourist mnry cause or mjiiicv of daylight, but tunics, conventions, Schools and JUSTICES' COlllTS. colleges. sun-lig, it does not say that daylight and The 1'ov.riatan attracts the Kd. Shown, llnrtfonl, Tuesday aftan Identical. In fact, they dlf people of culture and education. er 3d .Monday In .March, Tuesday aft for almost as much as do water and Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to many Law er iiii .Momiay in June, Tuesday uti-c- r wine. of historical Interest, points od .Monday lu September, TuesBut the dogiei of dlffoiencc varies. makes this hotel especially atKY. HARTFORD, day after ;'.d .Monday in Oeei'iiiber. tractive to a discriminating pubDaylight Is n mixture of two kinds of lic. 1,. A. .McDjulel, Uoekport, Friday ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN light, and its quality is continually The Powhatan offers rooms after Sd .Monday In .March, Friday changing, as everybody who has ever with detached bath at $1.50. This office Ib equipped for hand- after Ud .Moiwlny in June, Friday $2.00 and up Kooms with prihad anything to do with photography after ud .Monday lu September, ling Commercial vate bath, $2.S0, 3.00 and up. nud Collection knows. The proportions of the two iiTitiay alter JjU .Monday in I)e-- j Items ns well as other legal and litiWrite for booklet with map kinds of light that make daylight arc comber. St. T.F.UMC: .. .. - .. -gated matters. Practice in nil tin !. J S. not the same from hour to hour and lauager. b after V. I.cacli, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. Prompt and vigorous Bcrvlce. 2d llonda.v In .March,, Wedhardly from minute to minute. M nesday nfter "A .Monday in June, II. L. Hcavrln's Office. In clear weather, under an open sky, a WiUnesday nfter 2d Holiday in Septiii'iMiH'iiMt'i'iiiinniiiwith the sun high hi the heavens, daytember, Wednesday alter 2d Mon- light, says Professor Nichols of Corilnv In rremlw.r- A nell. Is almost entirely sunlight. Sn- It. (V Tlf'lll'iinr. Poiitnpfrnvn white surface exposed to mi unobscur-e- d urday after 2rd Honda) In ewch Attorney at Law sky receives directly from the sun month. CROMWELL, - KY. per cent of the light that Illuminates 85 HAVE YOUR SUITS Winson Smith, Select, Tuesday it and only 15 per cent from other after '1A .Moiul.iv In ll.irvh. Tnes.lnv Will practice, his profession in thla parts of the sky dome. after id .Monday In .May, Tuesday and adjoining counties. CoUcctlons. This other part of the Illumination after 2d llondav In Atictist. TucM- - Commercial nnd Criminal Practice n skylight, and It consists of is called klay after 2d Monday In .N'ovomher. Specialty. Prompt and vlgoroua light, nenrly all of which came origvv. a. jjcan, Wed Dundee. nesday after tlio fieonml Mnmlnv In service. inally from the sun. but which has Dyellarch, Wednesday after lil Monday been changed in quality by reflection In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday earth, from the clouds nud ing from the In August. Wednesday after I'll Mon from dust and vapor in the air. Many given day In Xovombcr. of the rays that characterized the origBen F. Rice. Poildsvllln. Tunadav inal sunlight have been absorbed by I after 2d Monday in March, Thurstbe reflecting substances, so that what Tlnira. Cleaned and day after 2d 2dMond.iv In In August, remains Is uo longer the same thing day after .Monday To do any kind of Veterinaas before. inursuay alter w .Monday In Nory work. Horses, mules and On a Completely overcast day there vember. Work called cows need not die for want of Is no sunlight, properly so called, but and Ben W. Tavlor. ILtlnh. Prldnv nft er 2d Monday In Murcb, Friday nrter only skylight. Whether tbe sky is Calls answered attention. 2d Monday in Mnv. Frhlav nrtni- - :!il overcast or not the Intensity of dayday or night.. Monday in August, Friday after 2d Club light varies with "the hour of the day $1.00 .wonuay jn .November. and with tbe season. This Is due to HARTFORD POLICE COURT. I differences in tbe elevation of the sun. Veterinary Surgeon O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. These variations in tbe Intensity of - Ky. P.. Stevens, Hartford Pressing Glilb, , Fogle, City Attorney; J. scconjd Mondaylight are surprisingly great. The Marshal; Court convenes intensity Is on the average ten times day in each month. GUNTIIEK BLDG.,CENTEK ST. as great In midsummer as in midwinCity Council J. C. llcr,.Mnor; II. ter, but this average comes far from T. Collins, Clork; J. 15. Boan, TreasHARTFORD, KY. urer. .Members of Council J. C. Ilcti-net- t, expressing the utmost difference that Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate, can exist, for Investigation has shown J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yclscr, W. II. that bctweed the clearest summer day Gillespie. and the darkest day of winter the raSchool Trustees J. D. Duke. ChairThe - National Weekly tio of the Intensity of daylight may be man; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. as great as 300 to 1. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. Besides, tbe quality of daylight is USEUV-VER-LA- X RELIC.IOUS SERVICES. continually changing on account of tbe variations In the relative amounts of M. E. Church, South Services Until this year the different rays of the spectrum that morning and evening eveny first and Cottiti'i hat been (iBsssssssssssssssssssftV are mingled In it. The spectrum of told at $5.50. Now third Sunday In each month. Sunday school U:45 a. in. Prayer mootlight is a gamut of vibrations, and the the price is $2.50 and ia eliav e secured ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. result of tbe selective action exercised a concession whereB. W. N'apior, pastor. by the substances and vapors, from by se can offer it Baptist Church Services morning which the light has been reflected and at a still further an1 evening every second and fourth through which it has passed is to proreduction in conSunday In each month. Sunday school duce variations of color and of intensi nection with this U: 13 n. in. Prayer mooting every Wedty of color, as well as of the quantity publication. nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pettle, of invisible radiations piesent. and Feel rijrht all the time. Don't lay off pastor. Special Offer to Our Reader these variations are not the less real from work for days by taking calomel Christian Church Serv Ices cvsry keeps you third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and Important because the eye Is not when pleasant Lio- - Vet-La- x Kcroznmnc the trreai drmanil for CWwr'i it on your feet, while rclievingyour troub- aril 7 p. in. Sunday school 0:30 a. in. always fully aware of them. the new price, wc have made arranecmentsto 'iTcr II anil our mwt publication each one J car le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Elder Gvvlnn, pastor. As to pure .sunlight, we never see It for the price of Co'iVr'ialonr. Tins l a limited anything on the cat th. The light that arrives to takoEliminates else. You can't afford tiiTcramlniuitlictakcnadtantaccuf promptly. SECRET SOCIETIES. poisons, cleanses sys Lodge No. C75, F. and A. sun has neither the color it. anu Hartford us from the tem relieves consui'iiuon. t. natWhat You Get n Collier's-nor the Intensity that It possesses be- ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura M. meets evcrj first MondaV night In each month. W. S. Stevens, V. fore it enters the atinospheie. The in its effect and certain in results. It Cctller'i is the one IiIb, independent, fearless weekly of Hie whole country. Not only is it the will M.; Owun Hunter, Secretary. ultraviolet rays especially aie ulinost won't bo long before Liu- - Ver-La- x a hand hook hut Hartford Chapter No. Si 0. E. S. Cd citizen's the whole family. it is alsothe completely screened off by the atmos- completely displace calomel in cver.V macanne for Amonu home. Children can tako it freely anA meets every second and fourth Monlinnet that a ) tar's subscription tucs arcr phere, and If they reached us In their day ovenlngs, Mrs. J. H. full force it Is probable that life as with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar- W. M.; .las. 11. Williams, Williams; 1000 Editorials W. anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nono COO News Photos now organized on this planet would be genuino without the likeness and sifjna-tur- o Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. !'; 250 Short Articles destroyed by them. Rough River Lodge No. Ill) Knight 150 Short Stories of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by 100 Illustrated Features Every different world has Its own J. II. VII,UAUS, - llartiord, Ky. of Pythias meets every Tuesday even2 Complete Novels. ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. It. daylight, although all may be IllumiCollier's Hedrlck, K. of It. & S. $2.50 Belli fer eJr nated by the same miii. Not only does Hartford Tent No. DO, K. O. T. M. relative distance alfect the intensity of Hartford Itcpublican moots every first and tnlrd Thursday daylight on different planets, but the nights. It. T. Collins, Commander; constitution of their various atmosE. P. Moore, Recoikl Keeper. pheres has an equally gieat effect. Acme J.oUgo No. 33U I. 0. O. F. Venus lias a daylight twice as intense meets every second and fourth Frif us Intense. On as ours; Mars day nights In each month. C. M. HarJupiter the Intensify Is of that on nett, Noble Urand; W. it. liodrlelc, on Nepthe earth: on Saturn, Secretary. tune. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. Succeed wben everything else fails. y raecits every second and fourth But each of these planets has on atIn nervous prostration and female nights in each month. Tom mosphere peculiar to itself, nud thus weaknesses they are the supreme Williams, Council Commander; W. C. the differences of daylight upon them remedy, as thousands have testified. IstoCAM. sAT1-eiuWallace. Clerk. arc made still more remarkable. This ' flSir,f4 r ..- .. FOR KIDNEYfL.VIRAND Sunshlno lllvo No. 42, h. O. T. M., .'j". jears. . Sold In .' Is one of the first things to be taken ltibillty nearly 40 pencil ni, simnucinr (run STOMACH TROUBLE meets every first and third Friday city and town the United State. VaJ luto account In nil speculations about It is the best medicine tver sold nights in each month. Mrs. Attyu Canada, or by mail direct. More told than. tbe babitablllty of those other worlds. any other make. Send lor tret cataWue. ever a druggist's counter. Griffin, Lady Commander; Mns. 1 1. McCALIS MAGAZINE Garrett P. Servlss lu Spokane Spokesman-E. MlschUe, I.ady Record Keeper. Review. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. nacailne million a month. Invaluable.' LaU M., meets every thiiU Saturday night dressmaking, IiIiJ'Jl" I r'tterns, needlework, liilrdresslneZ !,S!n ""'"aM-"In each month. John T. Moore High A Wonderful Word. rood stories, etc. Only to cents at Priest; W. S. Tlnsloy, Secretary. year (wortli double). Including a free ruttesnConfidence! What a wonderful word ouDscrice today, or send for sample copy. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. It Is! How much it does to make a deThe most economical, cleansing nnd VyeNKMFUE INDUCEMENTS Stato Officers President, J. JI. .... I I . . . spondent man or woman feel better! Ia I.mI. germicidal of all antiseptics la Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presiuii vrines Address catalogue and new cash prise offers. premium , How often It has lifted u business man dent, J. II. Burney, MuhUnucrg Co.; sfeCJU: C9,. JM I, M w. S.lkt, Rw, MM out of tbe deepest despondency und Secretary &4Treas., S. B. Robertson, plven him another chance! Say a helpn, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. ful word whenever you can. whether Hartford, Ky. It be to a child with tear dimmed face Members State Executive Board or to a workman who has lost uls job A soIuU Antiseptic Powder to Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. Dunn, Daviess county; Hdnry Plrtle, or to a business man who faces serious be dissolved in water as needed. Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun- embarrassments. It will pay. Leslie's. ! ty; C. G. Daven'iortt, As a medicinal antiseptic for douches Warren county, WITH in treating' catarrh; inflammation or.' Ohio County Officers S. L. Stev The Guilty On. ens, President;,. Henry Plrtle, Seculceration John So, tunt'H your uew tie. eu? caused by of nose, throat, and that retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. ' feminine ills it has no equal. Why on earth did you aelect such For ten years the Lydla- E. Pinkham COUNTY BOARD. OF EDUCATION. loud pattern? Joe 1 didn't select it, Medicine Co. Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, has 'ly brother did, nud lie's slightly deaf. in their private recommended Paztino Ky. correspondence with 1. 0. L. Terry, Ilartord, Ky. J mice. women, which proves Its superiority. ... J. i " ' Hll. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsville, Ky. ALU i.rMT-Women wbo have been cured say sm. nu l rWWAT n,B LHHfl 1JWM4HI-.- nvsiv 3. Ira Bozartb, Olaton, Ky. n..,1 QIW.Atl. iiiju .Willi. WA ll. lvi iiuiii aiv luu uuaio A it is "worth Its weight in Kold." At 4. II. O. Autry, Balzctown, Ky. HAXIMAOXora Confucius. druggists. GOc. large box, or by mall. w 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. vnwjm The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. 6. J. L. BrowB, Rockport, Ky. ,uu-no-- I Circuit Court T. F. Illrklicrwl, V. Judge; Hen 1). itlngo, Attorney; 1. Mldklff, Jailer; 15. tl. Uarrnss, Clerk; U. 15. Ulrkhead, .Master Com missioner; II. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Shrrlfr, -- S. A. llnitehor; Hartford. office deputies lire. S. O. Keown ni4d .(Minion Koown. Court convenes first llontl:i. in February nnd continues three weeks; third .Monday in April, two weeks; third .Momliij In U 'tohcr, (two wicks. Court John II. Wilson, Count.. Judge; V. c. lllmilii'iishlp, Clerk; 13. C. Smith, Attornc., Hartford. Court coin-cuefirst .Momkiiv In eacli month. Quarterly Court Ilrglns on the first Mommy lu ero month. Court of Culim Convene first Tuesday in January and first Tues- daj in October. Other County Officers C, 5. Jlo-K- ., I ivy, sun cj or, J'mUsvlUc, it. F. 1). No. J; Tom lilnes, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Oina Shults, Superln- tcndi'iit, Hartford; Or. A. 11. Kiloy, Coroner, llnrtfonl; T. 11 Ltonton, Uoad Knglnecr, llartiord. I s Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will l A practice his profession In Uilo and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice ft. Spudalty." Barnes & Attorneys at Smith ARTHUR D.KIRK Attorney at -- - I I T.WADESTRATTON Cleaned s Pressed I Repairing and neatly done. Ladies work special attention. Hats Repaired. for delivered. jj M-i- M PREPARED rate per month. W. H. RILEY Hartford Colliery Coi First Time in Clubs For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. i' t one-hal- Electric $2.50 Bitters r Sat-uitda- xmy j sMmbfs' & SPECIAL TO WOMEN I Bal-mal- .ctexSWsU Dr, Kme's sssssaaLsTssss n. ksaT i. N - Niw Discoviry l.-- A0 THE GHIEFEST RESURRECTION NO SLUMS IN NEW YORK. Children Cry for Fletcher's There Will Bs Several Classes In the Resurrection. . The Kind You Iltivo Always Bonght, nnd which lins been In uso for over tfO years has burno tho Blpnnturo o and has been mado under his pcr- Bonnl "Pcrvislon ninco infancy. Allow no you ''tttt Imitations nnd ono to deceive its" In this. All Counterfeits, " nro but I2xeriiiuuts that triflo with and endanger tho licidth o Infants and Children Experience ujjulnst Hspcriiueut, vvWeewWCTev rT'' Cy; is TiiMt-iis-f,'o- xl Drops and Southing Syrups. It is pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xurentio substance. Its n&o Is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fevorlnliiies.s. For more than thirty years it lias been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation., Flatulency Wind Colic, nil Tccthinj? Troubles and Dlurrlnua. It rcgulutns tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Cnstorla a lmrniloss MibHtituto for Castor Oil, The Chiefest Resurrection Began With Jeaus His Footstep Followors Will Share In It With Him Then Will Come Another Class on the Spirit Plane Then Will Follow the Resurrection of the Ancient Worthies. Theirs Is the "Better Resurrection" of Hebrows 11t3B The Remainder of Mankind Will Be Resurrected Gradually During the Messiah's Reign. Iaaaaaaaw' Pnro-Rorl- e, laflH stor April Ktisst'll delivered ,' tin lutciMuly dlscoiir.se t o d it y on the r.'.-1'aInter-esllnj- aW i GENUINE yfaears CASTORIA the Signatui of J Chiefest 1 Resurrec-- 1 ALWAYS JPAS1Qg.gUSSELU aaaaaiBBBBiaaaiiww.i.iii.BaaHiaiHMaBW' o n, from the text, "There shall be n resurrection of the deiul, both of the Just nnd of tho unjust." Acta 24:13. Ity way of Intro-- d u c 1 o n to his per- theme, the Pnstor declared Ihnt haps there bad never been n time when the professed followers of Jesus believed less In the resurrection of the dead than at prcHetit. This shows it great f n Mine away from "the faith once delivered to the saints"; for the resurrection Is the Kront hope which the Bible sets before tuiitiklud. The speaker cited Scriptures to prove that death Is the penalty of sin the In curse upon the race because of Adam's TMC CCHTAUH COMPANY. TT MURRAY TRCCT. HCW TOKK CITY. disobedience In Kdon. God's declaration that ut some future time the Seed of the woman should bruise the serpent's bead was the only ray of hope given for 1500 years ufter sin had the world. Then God made another statement and of Ills purpose to bless mankind. To Abraham particu larly Uc made known Ills purpose to bless the whole world. The Pastor reminded his hearers that God not only untile a Covenant with No Moaey xLBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaaaaaaEaiBFHBaV Abraham, but confirmed His Promise In Advance with nn Oath, to prove the certainty Saliafac (ion Guar of the whole matter. The Covenant anloed was. "In thy Seed shall all tho famiLovrrntNet lies of the earth be blessed." Abraham Fat et ory saw Into the future with the eye of THREE EMPIRES. Prices fulth, the speaker asserted. He saw Eaaietsi The Christ of glory and the Reign of Monarchies That Practically Sprang Term A Righteousness, and under It the recovInto Being Overnight. Saving ol ery of the human family from degradaSlOO to Prior to Jan. IS, 1871, the German tion. Flu nnd death. He discerned that empire, as we know It today, bad no From Fao there would be a resurrection of the existence. Instead It wns a Jumble P. A. STARCK (ory Direct .RESIDENT dead not merely nn awakening to the of kingdoms, states, duchies, grand condition In wlikh they fell asleep, but duchies and principalities, all Joined a ralslug up to the full perfection of together by a like language and comGod's image nnd likeness, from which mon political aspirations, it Is true, but they fell through Adam's disobedience otherwise unite separate and distinct. Wo will bIiIii j(iu a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days" free In your ST?,,..,5?iCi"ih )a"1,:,nt reiiulrcJ. .ll )c ask Id that you will flay upon, use The l,aw Covenant and Shadows A TUeji came the, historic ceremony in piano for 30 lay. If. at tlio end of that time, you do not llnd tho lilKhext prade. Hweotext toned and tlnext piano In ?very way. that you have Itever The Pastor then discussed Abraham's the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles. Parmen for the money, youuro nt perfect liberty to nend It back. and we will. In that posterity the Israelites. God permit- is had Just been captured by King event, pay the rrelsnt both ways. Thl3 Starck Piano must make cood with vou. or there Is no sale, ted them to become bondsmen In William of Prussia, and it was held to Egypt. Then He brought them up to be a fitting time and place to proclaim Savi $150.00 or Easy Payments Mount Sinai, where He entered into him the first German emperor. Never We flilp direct to jou front our factory, at You pay no cash down, hut after SO days prim that mo you upwards of S100.00 In the of trial, jcu can begin juyiucnt on lowa Covenant with them through Moses since the dawn of history was an emiwt ol jour plino. We giiarantre to furnish est, Calicut tcniu eer Eiiugoateil by thepiano a as mediator, and promised that If they pire born more dramatically. )uu a littrr pinno for the money than ou can manufacturer. These tenns are arranirrd to suit your convrnlrn'-e- , and (t Is possible for By a strange Irony of fate, too, its Retire flscwtirr. You are auurnl of rccivlnir would keep His Law perfectly He a nallitjctory twcft toned durable high grade you to buy a pkino for your home, without birth took place amid the ruins of the would use them to bless nil mankind. ilillO. mlfjlrg the money. The speaker then explained that God Trench empire, itself the creation of a otssTck r R..-ifnpy-i- ? had it double purpose in entering Into day, or, rather, to be strictly accurate, Naytr-NaRrrrr Starck Piano to of u night. France went to bed on the Blirck ara this Covenant with Israel: ruarantted for 23 year. We hae roiutjnilt on hani the brat a nil met LcauM HI It demonstrated that mankind evening of Dec. 1. 1831, a republic. This guarantn bat bcc 1 lant irumWr uf slightly used fut PHyer Plana on tat) of It our 35 year of plan pianos of all and were sinners nnd could not keep God's When It awoke next morning It was market. You will be detiperlmce, and the repustsndard make taken In exlighted with the many experfect Law, which Is the measure of an empire. During the hours of darktation nf nn olj established change for new Starck I'lanoa clusive features ef these rripon.iUe piano bouse. and The follow. a perfect man's ability: hence no man ness Paris bad been occupied by wonderful Instruments, and Ina; art a few sample bargains! will be pleased with the Is entitled to eternal life; for God will troops, and the had 50 Frai Musi Tery low prices at which Weber $110.00 give that life only to the perfect. become Napoleon III. they can be secured. $, Steinway Limns 99.00 (21 Another object, nn important one. Equally sudden and almost as sensaTo ertry purchaser of Chickering Plane latb Frsa 90.03 was that the Law Covenant was typ- tional in Its way was the birth of the Buret: Planoa, we cire free Send today for our new Kimball 93.00 muiic lessons. In one of piano ical nnd pointed forward to glorious modern Greek empire. After the yoke Starck 195.00 beautifully Illustrated you the best known schools In took which (fives a antitypes, which would brine In the of the Turks bad been thrown off In Chicago. These lessons you large amount of informaSend for our latest complete v can take la your own home, tion retarding pianoa, Tbia real blessings. bargain list. the war of independence the country by mail. This represents book will Interest and one year's free initructlon. Ths Antitype Far Superior. t please' you. became a republic. But the people Write today. The Pastor showed that the Law soon tired of that democratic form of 1843 Starck BW P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. CHICAGO Covenant Itself typlfled a future New government and promptly proceeded. Low Covenant, to be In operation for to assassinate their first and only presall mankind during the Messianic King- ident. Then tbey met together, electdom. Its Mediator will bo The Christ ed a king and settled themselves down Jesus the Head nnd the Church the to be ruled by him in a quite orderly, Sody. As the typical Law Covenant and contented fashion. .V was inaugurated by the sacrifice of bulls nnd gouts. so the nntltypicnl Lnw High Cost of Living Again. To Get Your Cliancoa on Tho FIIEE Barrel of Covenant will be Inaugurated upon the (on visit to Prosperous basis of "better sacrifices" than these. fatherland) Donuer und blltzen, what IN As tho typical Covenant had Its Day nro you glvln' us? Forty pfennig for of Atonement, so the nntltyplcal Cove- this sausage! When I went uway u A nant will have n much greater Atone- fow years ago 1 used to pay only 20 Ono chance given with each quart purchased. 13 very time you ment Day. niaUo a iiurwhaso clsowhcre you lose a chanco to get a barrdl of pfennig. Continuing his pxplanntlon. the Pnsold whlukcy or $03.00 In cash absolutely FIUSB. SEND YOUH The Walter They wns different S1AH. ORDERS TO US they will bo promptly and carefully flllod tor deintitihtnited from Scripture thut sausages. fioin- - tho best stock or liquors In Owonsboro. Your chances on tho offering of the "better sacrifices" Precisely the same. The P. . the free barrel of whlslcoy will bo enclosikl with your shlniuouts. tnkes place during the early part of Tho Waiter No. you're wrong there. AHlt for our price list. It contains Juat what jou want. the untltypleal Atonement Day. which The old ones was bigger. Now York began eighteen hundred years ago and Post. I not yet completed. The great 6c wns that of Jesus, finished nt In Good Company. Calvary. His secondary offerings, us X 3! W 3rd Street. OW'ENSnORO. KY. A contemporary wants to know our great High Priest, have continued "OW V S. Stone' Old Qality,,, "Premier Pure' what's become of tho old fashioned X ever since. During this cr!od He has man who Itliin nror'illiR. W'ltira l"llna rntilllc ir used to say, "1 says, says 1 " been offering up tho Church members When was staudltig on J of UN Iiody. Justified through Ills a street last beeninbe corner close conversation precious sacilllce. with the old fashioned man who siiys, Tho Pastor believes that very soon "Sezee to me, bezee." Cleveland Pialu the uutityplcnl Micrlilces will all be Dealer. OVER 6S YCARS' finished and all the members of the BUCKDeea "lull ol Life" Northern GroM EXPCRICNCC Body of Christ glorified with their Pedigreed Seeds liaie a teputation ol Viycaraaf Horn 8crots. aunuiiiui ccu tioHujg oeuiiiu mem, it pays ) nead, their l.oid Jesus. This W the Teachdl1 Toipmy, next time you are s' First, the ClilefVsl Resurrection. Seasonable Specialties: change to thu Heavenly condition late bring an excuse from your father. I1BANS .. . . Karnest Keti valentine Bushel nt Ills Resurrection wits tho beginning Tommy Who? Pa? Why be iiln't tiny Reiuste-IJt- tru . . L.aj IBushel good Early of this Chief Resurrection. Tho glo- every at excuses: ma finds hlui out New htrltiglen Crefn Pod . Jj.;o Ruth! Transcript. WardtteH's Iinu. ITiduev U'ai tiu H,i.l.l rious chaugf of lic Inst member of IUi.l. K..u Trade Marks !.... lir f(.7S Buihel the Church will lie the consummation. DESIGNS Cunie's Kuit irool Vax U s Buihd RnavRiBHra ate. Posted. In this Resurrection, the Pastor dePBAS IJ..SO Bushel Extra Kiily Alaska . . Anyone sendln a sseteb and dswrlptlon war "However- - did yon hear such diead-fu- t u clared, only tho blessed and holy will aufcklf axertnhi cMiropuiiuii rr wnciner New Karlv (.rdus so Kukhel fi Bushel oniinuiilea. HiTOiitioii is pri)lt'lf pntentiiM.., things about Mrs HuberV" harp part. Only those accepted by the Maiket Carden tlonsslrHllynmindoiittal. HANDBOOK uul'ateutt ilotiford's Llt,'htuInt;Ujipins , fj.jo Bushel "You forget shu was micu tuy deaiesr fco entlrue. tiMest aueucr fdj njuiiizjtriita. Lord as iui'UiIhts of the Royal PriestI'atsuta taseri turouab Itunu 4 tu. renlte Lettuce. sUaiab. Toaaato and a full line l frluiid."-Fllcge- nde Blatter. tpecUxlHulkt. without eta wo, in ike ysrit, 1'Unlsund Bulb at lowest growing pricca. hood, and found faithful unto death In Send for complete otaloKue or submit a listaf presenting their bodies sacrifices, will i4Mtif ic v your rtxiulrctnetits and u ill quota price. be Identified nlth their Master In the I'u" Hrecr from the erovi er Save Moaey, Tb world docs not require m muck e A handsomely illustrate waektr. t Jiraest Si r. Witte today. Mentkm this paper. a .Trent truiifctitlun constituting the basis to be informed lib to be lemliid !. u alluii "T selentlBo lournsJ, lefius. ti.nnuontba.Si. aWutirall reiisuvalerj. IMuuah More. it their vxnttJiluii with nim. new 10 1 IN lo,3M IStnOHtSi., UiMviUrtfitm Umm nm'-w-VSWIWI The Kind You Have Always Bought Use For Over 30 Years d Starck Pianos 200 Virdlct of an Expert Aftar a Search Through the City. I have made un amazing discovery. It Is the result of three days and nights of going to and fro In New York sometimes alone and sometimes with a wise but not cyulcal detective. And the amazing and dlsconccrlng discovery is this: There uro no Blums in New York. You can find crime nnd criminals: you can find vice, poverty, drunkenness, disease, but you cannot find n slum such slums as blacken nnd fester In Antwerp. Genoa, Naples. Paris. London and many another old world city. The reason is that you cannot have u slum without filth, and New York Is n clean city. Neither crime nor poverty nor crowds make a slum. You must have filth as well, and that Is what New York hasn't got. I looked for It east and west and north, from river front to river front Everywhere, anywhere, were crime, vice, mean everywhere poverty. thieves, rogues, outcasts, men and women isolated from their kind by sin or mere suffering, but no slums. Dirt, of course. Is relative, but the tenements even the old nests of low houses lined with fire escapes were habitable human dwelling places. And the night going detective declared he could show tne nothing worse. I wanted to see the fetid caves where wretchedness lay moaning on garbage heaps, the windy garrets where It starved, and there were no fetid caves. In the old streets and the dingy courts of Paris you can still find hundreds of them; you have but to walk peerlngly through the street of tho Three Gates or the street of the Iron Tot; you have but to go Into the suburbs that lie outside the fortifications for year by year the centrifugal force that stirs in every great agglomeration of human atoms has thrown Parisian beggardom Into that dreary circumference. But In the washed and lighted underworld of New York thero are no slums. There is not one slum that half deserves the name. Wretchedness all you please; hunger in the streets nnd on the housetops, it may be, but none of those gangrened holes of filth without which no real slum can exist I speak almost with the decision of an expert for I spent many years prowllngly Investigating the slums that rot and blacken the surface of Europe from Moscow to Lisbon. Vance Thompson in New York Sun. 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BUCKBEE nt Kaa (oewv. : l'jvinluu Clllluv tt fist TrM'tli tor iwjml L"ijl.ue cm) Catlt Ptiru Ollrr.flv fun I'jik in l auli's-'ii-- i u 20 m 37u si, iva ttu- - PRESIDENT WILSON The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p kind, can change the fact that any HAHHANGED (Continued from First rage) .his personal plcdgo ho "now arid his platform, he says: For tho Spring days arc Ford days. Tho "Wo ousht to rcvorao our nctlon Ford is the car to boost your business and without raising the question whether , Wo wcro right or wrong." broaden your pleasure, start the new season Mr. Wilson now finds a number of right buy an economical Ford. maMcis of the public busincsb with offiwhich he Insists uiron dealing priof vately and confidently. It would bo PIGS AND FIGURES. interest iv to know whoMicr ho Is of sit. I unable to "Imnglno anything le- Porkers From the Standpoint of All 5 Passenger Car $550.00 and freight Around Mathematics gitimate that a man is doing that he The educated pig of the old time need bo afra'U to talk about." But 2 Passenger Car $500,00 and freight Wcsliow. which gr.ivcly Royal Baking Powder is indispensable pcrhars ho does not regard ,what he 0I n blackboard, was only read nBurc a n type of i is now doing ns legitimate. class. Ills modern prototype is quite for making finest and most economical food. Ji!r. "Wilson Is not tho only Demo his equal in devotion to the exact setcr.itle leader who has repudiated this cnce. ilv ,otu instinct and fate lie U GO pledge of his platform and his own a mathcmntlcnl animal Subjectively - and objectively be U great on lltfiircs pl'Hgo In Bupport of It. Even Wll(INCORPORATED) t ILam .Innninrs chariot cf a chit of IS! Itrvan. who lias so They arc dealt out to lillll. nild he deals in th oui himself. He desires his But UcnciJict Arnold was not ono long proclaimed the sanctity' and MAIDEN SMILE KY. to reason with. The men who venUtility of the plaftorni, Juis been square meals to be regulated dally by In addition, the rule of three. tured c.t Iclsms of Ills conduct wcro coerced seduced into tho class of with bis owner's Indebtedness. He Is s. LED TOITREASON sent sharply about their business and It Is only a few- able to reduce a uuirtguce to fractious continued, more the entertainments with amazing rapidity. In niemurliiij lavish than before. Benedict Arnold Harrison and courageously denounced the available contents of ii'pnil of slop drove about Phllefjolphia In a coach f group of Ponns'.'ania Democrats he is a lightning calculator. As a the pig bus Arnold's Lavish and four, w,h gorgeous lackejs, and in the Legislature who were break countingmultiplier to the litter no equal, Benedict and two ou six It was nc long before the more sour Ing their platform pledges. Speaking Utters In the year. At this rate, barSTATEMENT OF THE CONDITION Wooing of Peggy Shippen. and suspicious patriots began to ask face to face to those men, he said ring accidents, the sow's progeny will one another where ho got the money. "The party platform is binding on amount to more than 1.000 in four OF THE Arnold was not dishonest, but he CVeny honest man who runs for office years. A week old pig is tip Iu geomHo on it. A representative who secures etry, finding was a mlgil y poor bookkeeper. along the the Daughter of Tory Merchant En- failed to keep his military accounts office on platform pledges and then hypotenuse short way heme old how's cut. An straight. bet rajs the people who elected him Is quickness In boxing the compass in a chanted Washington's Main At the Clowe of Buslncnn In April, though he married Peggy a criminal worse than any embezzler potato patch Is amazing. And when It comes to u trougbful of skimuiilk March 21,1914. Shlripen. She Jiad bean shy, hung back, of money." Aide and Counselor. not quite sure that she wankrf him, In that same Biieech, Mr. Brjan de- -l she Is the least cotumou divisor; she sometimes qulo sure sho didn't. iHe cbred that any man whose con- wants it ull herself. RESOURCES Objectively the porker duds himself was a splendid lover, though, passionwould not let, him parry out stacked about with a bewildering ar"It was In June when tho American ate, forceful, driving. A bigger man, science Bills Discounted $187,284.37 a platform pedgo ehoujd resign his ray of figures his gains ovcry day ou army marched Into Philadelphia In Stocks and U. S. Bonds she thought than MaJ. Andre; capa- office rather than repudiate his plat- pasture, his gains every day on grain, 11,410.00 1778 roses blooming and flags flutble, too, of sudden tenderness, and form. bis galas to the pound of grain, bis Checks for Remittance 549'.96 army. tering welcome to the patriot surely neter had a girl b;en wooed Xow yvr. Bran not only supports gains on pasture plus a dally ration, Banking House and Lot At its head was a man of 38, foand-sorf- with finer generosity and fire. The 3,000.00 his gains on vegetables and roots and lame. His name was Bene- end of It was that sho capitulated. Mr. Wilson's bill to repeal the tolls these and a hundred other tabulations Furniture and Fixtures 1,000.00 exemption law, but he favored the surround htm. Profit or loss, so far as dict Arnold, and as he limped along Two weeks before the wedding Arnol Cash on Hand and due from other Banks 55,500.33 rulo that would prevent amcrlJmcnt the pig Is concerned, is almost purely on a crutch patriots tg! each other bought a fine old country place out.- Current Expenses.,. a matter of feeds and feeding, and 1,292.94 that tho wound had 4becn received side of Philadelphia, arid J here they or adequate discussion of the bill. at Saratoga, when Arnold, mountl went together to make their home, A different kind of voice rises these are In their tarn matters of almeasurefrom a Democratic leader In the most pure mathematical on a black horse, had dashed into as spring was coming on. Total $2t30,100.60 While ments; hence have resulted tho long House of Representatives. the vavcrlng ranks of tho Continensplendor of living continued; Wilson .The and Bryan are doing all they listed calculations available to the tal army and rallied them to a vic- the rancos LIABILITIES of Arnold's enemies in- - can to repudiate their piauorm farmer. W. J. Uaraba in Breeder's tory which historians have ranked creasdd Gazette. and came to a head when the pledges, Fitzgerald Brooklyn, Capital Stock of $ 40,000.00 among the fifteen decIsIo battles of Supreme Executive Council of Penn chairman of the Appropriations ComSurplus the world. Boiling the Kettle. 17.300.00 sylvania brought charges against him. mittee, is doing his best to hold the A ba'Jgo of SDme distinction, sure- - Some of them were trlval, Mrs. Dividend No 52, unpaid but one of Democrats to their faith. The Demo- maid. Campbell bad engaged a new 330.00 "Martha," said the mistress ou ly, a wound reccUed upon a field like tncm was stoaUngt Arnold delnandcd cratic platform sas: Deposits 198,779.09 the first morning, "be careful always that. Ho could feel the exhilarating an lmmediaje trial, and Washington "We denounce the profligate waste to boll the teakettle before making the Undivided Profits quallry of their applause, and the feel 1,580.85 to procure It tor him, but even .rtil of the money wrung from the people tea." of It was good. Here was recompense the Father Due State Banks 2.0S0.6G of His Country was not by oppressive taxation through the Martha signified her willingness tor alights and Insults put upon him alwajs able to do the things he lavish appropriations of recent Re- and. ufter an absence in the kitchen, In tho past, for the Jealousy of Gatus .i anted to. Time dragged along, Ar publican Congressts, which have kept returned to her mistress and said: Total $2G0,100.C0 and tho accusations of dishonesty nold's impatience and bittrness in- "Please, mum, there's uutbiu' big taxes high and reduced the purchas enough to boll the taykettle In. 'less brought ngalnst him after his Cana jreased, aiJJ to his amazement, when ing power of the peoples' toll. We dian campaign. 'tis the wash boiler, sure." National lal finally took place, his court-ma- .t a return to that simplicity and Monthly. TJvr.t night there was a great ban- athough it acquitted him of inten economy which befits a Democraltc (u.j held to do honor to the Amer tional wrong-doinWashington was War In the Air. ican army and Benedict Arno II, its nstructed to reprimand him publicly. government and a reduction In the During the hottest fighting at the number of useless officers, the salconmiandor. Among tlio guests was Arnold resigned at onco as Gover- - aries of which drain the Bubstance battle of Cblckamauga nn owl. alarma jjlrl of 18, and Blender, lor of Philadelphia. Ho talked wild ed by the unusual sounds, was frightknown to her Intimates as "Peggy" ly of giving up everything and taking of the people." ened from its usual haunts. Two or s, Shippen. She was the daughter of a an o3tatc In the wilds of Western In a speech In the House of three crows spied him and niude pur directed specifically to the suit, and a fight In the air followed rich Tory merchant of Philadelphia, .Vew York. It would have been better and during the British occupation the for Benedict Arnold If ho had. Wash-igto- Democratic s'lde, Fitzgerald upbraid- The contest was observed by a soldier exShippen homo natf been a gathering He dropped bis gun to the grouud and eager o make up to his friend ed his party colleagues for their exclaimed: place for the most dashing and bril- whatever injustice might have been travagance and their "Whew! Even the very birds In the liant of the young English officers. dore him gave him command of (the saying: JlaJ. John Andre had danced with her division of the Hudson, tho most im"I am looking now at Democrats air are fighting!" repeatedly, had written verses to her portant military gift he could bestow. who seam to take amusement In Variable Condition. votes on the floor of this eyes and hair an'd made sketches of And ArnoJd sold out to the British "That man aayg be doesn't know House to oventurn tho Committee on vowing that his Joor pen could her Wheat Drills, single and double row Corn I'laners, Tlmt same Jiaj. Andre, wiho lhad carry whether he is married or unmarried. never more ithan basely s'uider her. once written poeins to Mrs. Arnold's Appropriations In its efforts to Kane or insane." Disc Harrows, Stag Sulky Plows, Cultivators, Shovels Th! was the maid whose cliarms Hl and sketched the flowing magic out .the .pledgso of the Democratic ".Yes. He, has had a great deal. or enmruhed Benedict Arnold that night of her, hair, carao to West Point to platform. They seem to take it to trouble with court complication. Those and Discs, Mowers and Hay Rakes. AVe Jiave all in June, 1778. Ho found her beautiful male the pact with Arnold. He hat- be a huge joke not to ohey their things all depend on what state be kinds of Walking Plows., We feel tlmt these goods and clever, and dared (to be a little ed tho whole business, arjl It must platform and to make ridiculous the happens to be in." Washington Star. need no further comment, as ever body has known saucy to tho American commander-ln-chlo- f. luivc wrung his heart more than a efforts of tho members of our party hor little to think that tho Pogjjy whoso who do try to live up to the promise8 Arnold foil in love .with Wronging Another. these people for a half century, and also know that No man In the world ever attempted prorapty, and determine to marry tolcrs he had once worn In that gay they made to the people." they are the starters and leaders in tho implement her. "It is some effort for me tp Upcak !o wrong another without being Injurniiiko-bellctournament Jn Phltadei-ph'- u Now, Peggy Shippen was, of course, business. The name of a John Deere implement and I should not attempt to Uo so if ed in return some way. somehow, wus married to a man who Was pleased that alio liad dazzled a man of capable of treachery. iBut lie made I did not feel that my colleagues up some time. The only weapon of ofmeans the best material that can be had on tho market fense that nature seems to recognize Is Arnold's Importance.and it was goal h's bargain and went away, and every on the floor seom either to bo so the boomerang. for their tools and the best mechanics that can be had altua-t'iD- n policy for the Shlppens, whosa friend- schoclboy knows how lie fell by indifferent to a very perilous which I do for party, or liness with tho Brltsh was known to chance Into the hailis of throe coun to construct same. Also a car of buggies, tho best and Where He Gete Off. every o.ie. But she was not In loc trymen and was shortly hanged as a not wish to bollove, lias bo fur for Bacon He's living on Cnsy street te styles and every buggy ife built for most Practices and now. Isn't be? Egbert No: he's living Democratic with tlio lame commander (it all, and ewB of his capture reached saken de- We havo a nice lino of harness to bolect from. s'ghed Arnold soon enough service. oi:e0 or twice she may hao on Get Up In the Mornlm; and Light to Jot him get Domocratic principles as not to lor Jtij Andre, who certainly did away. Ills wife, with her small boy, servo to coutlnuo In tlic control of the Firo street Yunkers Statesman. If you are in the market for any of tho abovd goods, dunco meat (divinely and had bucli remulmd behind, hero American of this government. 1 would not attompt you will save money to call on us and let ns &hov you the-scircumstances nice. OJf'fl. By sieclal arrangement we are en- ficers found hor In hjstcrics. Arnold's to apeak under with las letter to Washington was I did not hopi- - to uvuikcu them to Arnold sU about his wooing and got our 1914 prices which will cause the goods u plea If to offer the Woraans' World, l what the situation ablcd a realization a t ongeunci. Ho liad boon appoint- to 'lake caru of Jlrs. ArnoKd. to move. Homo Life, Green's Fruit Grower ed JllllWy Governor of PennsylvaAfter tho war Arnold lived a iwhlio is." "Wo ohMigeri the lU'puliMoaiiK for aud Turin I.lfu, four spltndid monthnia, and ho must needs outshine iln In London. The girl whoso chief re gallant Andro as an entertainer. together with, one gret nt leaving Philadelphia had bevjn 12 years oi my bun Ico iu tlio illousi ly masalnes, ,ws iusr, ad he liad eouw Ideas giving up parties galoty under Republican administration with years subscription to Tlio Republicand extravagant and reck- - an, for $1.2.'. This holds good for about entertaining himself. A mock made him a better wlfu in lib If i- - being global tounuunciiJ, In which he hlmsrtf ap- grace than atiyono could have dream-id- . l!;e,s .in the expenditure of the. public either renewals, old bubajrlptlons, or BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. pealed, weiring Peggy Shlppcii's colKxcwt in a very minor way, it fivmey. I lol!evc that charge to ho lo new mibbcrlbere. You cannot afore, hud l"n Pno of his diversions. Is not fair to hoUl hor responsible true. I bellevvd that my party, wlwn ford to miss this bargain. ? tf. Arnold uiite .stoat dances and dinners, for hJs downfall. And yet one cannot placed in power, Mould rimuonstiuto Resolutions of Respect. and Ti noalety In Philadelphia de- help wondering whether it might not that tho charts wo had made In must bow la humble submission to not bo icunu In uhlch to oxprcea cided tha-- occupation by tin To tjio officers and mombers of tho IMvIno will, Knowing na w do and fill thi have been butter for Renedlct Arno'VI good falt were true. Wo are entitled whins void, but wq point nft-wjis not o dull a thing, No. 'J.VS, 1. O. O. P., that our Heavenly Kutjtor tlooth nil to tho fiounijun on hlph had Iio never met the lovely Phila- to tho help and to tho support of tht llcacou from which ou this side ofthellouso iu Dear Brethren: will. We, your commit- thliit;H wo)l. delphia Tory girl. Tlnvo children wer ,membtrs all iblehslngH How. out the tee Hut the favor Arnold v. on .w'f.li bjrn to thwn in tho first virH of honest cfforUi Jo lirr nppoluirJ (o draft resolutions Resolved, 'ijiat a oonj b0 neat to IkBolvpd, furthir, That In tho noro than their exile in . mpaUilaers ho British of tho fooling oi tho London. Then Pegsy pledges of the Diiniocratlc party, and o.vprrssiu death or llro. Yolum tjilu JojIro has the bomiwd ftunlly of our belovinado up tor In what tic lost among Anold dUM, sick at heart, and he'r in our attempts to show; that what numbers of this lodpo on tho death eurtuJiUy lost a talthful member ed brothor uud uux to oaoh of tho bis own Mipiiortcrs. Tlioy wcro nftn husband of Lor twenty jears, follov,ll wo charged in order to Kt in lowcr of our blcotcd brother, Robert county jmp re for jmbjlcation. and thu family ji kind and loving , t. was Hue. Wo have not had that who was called tq tho preut far loss gUcu to gai- hor. It s a ttory uornviful enough. of lcis inoiu-jt'HAS. W. MULMICIN, g Bi. Yoham Our Democratic colleagues beoid ety, ami tho: vero not Blow In 23, huusband and father. on W.lnwday, March ( I.. B. JlKKIlKL., win) Initiated Into this lodgo on ' Uood Muga.lues should be rcRUlur havjo not given ithat support to us 19H, bcR to report as lollows: i Military Governor know Unit A. J. WAKELANO, continued u 10, 1910, and s. W'huriiiK. it has pleawd Almighty .March they did not approve of hl aiuusu-menl- visitors to every home. ll.r & Barne-t- t thus far during tills sfsslou of Committed und loyal mombor to tho They havo voted ajalnst ro (iod iu Jlls lufiulto wisdom to rail faithful Ho i.ju spending mow money nro tlie vxclusivo agents in Harthour of his death, thoy should not have home our bclotcd brothr, afford; 'the orwy w ford and vicinity and will take roat therethan ho timid extend to thu Besotted, That raged ami unpaid and Arnold was gal pleasure In .handling your order. voted against; They huvo miiuxiessar-.- fore b It , FOR rLETCHEIFS enwny. Write for catalogue und other plMl up thu public minuullturcs RisohiU, That whllo u deeply family our huartieJt smpa.tly. houses of tho llvantliig In - dej'lorp do ibftt language can j Hip Uovvcry until the Democratic party la be:omthe Iob.8 of oiu- brother, iso lzin;; an tjj Iu Joaatnu vtrWys Royal Baking Powder cial examinations to be the highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and absolute has been found by the Ing tho laughing stock of the country. "I appeal to them now boforo It Is too late, I appeal to fchem now before wo have gonp Uejond wall, to stop tho conduct of which they havo been guilty. Do not coutlnuo to voto for theso Improper and improvident appropriations. Those who propose to continue to do so shuld at least hato tho courago openly to aasortt ujiou tho iimj of ithla i louse that they bollovo that tho professions of tho Democratic party havo not been made In go:J faith, that they can not bo carried out, and that we tin? not entitled to power because of thoso L Cars in stock at Beaver Dam and Central City. purity and wholesomeness. - BARNES AUTOMOBILE CENTRAL CITY, I in-vi- ci pledge-breaker- t l' - BANK OF HARTFORD ic Depository for United States PoHtnl SovltiKs Fund, g. 0SSSS999$$9SS999SW9SS9&C A CAR LOAD OF JOHN DEERE rose-cheek- Kcpre-ssntatlve- n, pledge-breakin- g, Farming Implements! ie i o'-se- !. up-to-da- A-d- ro WILLIAMS & MILLER, J t Contl-ncnUi- li. $ er Yo-ha- Biip-por- lot-du- , Cou-gros- omme-ndatlon- s X' t-- rtl Children Cry CASTORIA j