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AND MEXICO DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1914. them nnd our forces (hero nro entirely inadoquao to defend tho citizens and prosperity; under cxlstnng conditions. Yar No.il i 1 k or less a menace by the two police forces. TJio Panamanian authorities CONGRESS HAS saythot the problem 1b ono for sol- -. utlon by the canal govcrnmnct. Tho REDUCED WAGES question of tho unemployed Jamaican PASSED ARMY BILL PLEA OF GUILTY IN WAR INVOLVED negro is pimple. When ho left his na Roosevelt for Governor. tlvo shore to come to Panama to work Now York, April. Thoso Progresson the canal ho was compelhU to de - ' ives who wish Col. Rooosovelt to run $C for the next fall Marines Seize Vera Cruz for Governor George W.will have Mr. Says He Killed Ed Johnson "Big Ditch" Will Run Thru positJob here his return possagoof ,when NeW Law Provides for nas done. Many them his Perkins. opposition of Army Crisis. however, do not wish to return for in Boat. Ancon Cemetery. Perkins believes tjint Colonel should Blood Shed. and tho "pason that they are now accusnot run for tiny tlJier office other jfc.ey tomed to larger wages than than President. "U Js my opinion," have over been able to earn in Ja- Present Militia Strength said .Mr. Perkins, "that; the Colonel Claims Self Defence but Agrees Unemployed in Alt Situation is Now Ser maica- Besides, they say, the island Relations Between Washington ought not run until 1916. f is already ovcrpopulaed. The States Totals 120, To Take Life SenTho possibU'l y of Roosevelt heading ious Problem At Panama; and City of Mexico Severed Tho question of higher wages and tho Progressive tlckot vwos dlscussfli over population also Is true of the 000 Men. tence. at a meotlng rocenly ,by tho Executive Thieves Busy. Rebels May Fight Us. Then, cljhcr West Indian Islands. Committee of the National Progrelvo too, there Is at present little or no deivarty. Many thought he might Jeopar mand for this class of labor in any Washington, April 20. Prompt bf- -' dlzo his national popularity by runThe case against Josh Crowe, Slwj tho arrest of tho American ning for Governor, nnd there wero charged with the murder of Ed John- to Panama, April 18. Much opposition of I ho West Indies with the posslblo ganlzatlon of a volunteer army foe rdiuotion Jn fho wage scale of exception of Cuba and iPorto Rico, acmarines at Tnmplco on tho 9th day very fow who did ncf. think that Buch son was caUcU In the Ohio Circuit service in Mexico or any in any DCn skilled labor on the canal has arisen . luivo action on of tho present month affairs the part of fho Colonel Court yesterday morning. After the since tho new iWago scale was promul- cording to information here. It is er crisis would bo provided for ja av anticipated I'hat tho entire question House bill passed today by the Senate moved rapidly In Mexico. Admiral would hurt tho chances of the party In Jury had been empaneled, IJiq defendgated In conformity with an execu- probably will have to be submitted with ameiiimcnts. Sending pf. Iho . Mayo demanded an apology and aalu e tho country' at large. ant entered a plea of guilty .and Uie tive order Issued by President iWH-so- n to the various counrtles from which measure to conference was delayed to tho flag from tho Hucrtu. GovernSeveral Progressives are Jn favor attorneys for tho Commonwea'th conon February ,2, to become op- 'these' ment In satisfaction for that indig- of putting WlJilam Sulzer, former Go sent H to a verdict of life imprison laborers came. by a motion by Senator Reed to reApril 1, when the pernity Tho ajiology was made ibut aft crneor of New York, on the jdeket ment. Attorney Woodward made a erative on Ancon Cemetery forms part of the consider the vote, but Senate teadent manent government of .tho Panama site for the permanent canal govern- said the motion probably iwould tx er haggling over tho. matter for with Itoosovelt as Lieutenant Gov- brief statement In which Jia set forth Canal wc4- - Into effect ment town of Balboa. It has been days Huerta finally rcfustfi to ernor, They say that if tho Colonel Crowe's claims as to the actual The skilled workers bav been decided to exhume, all ho bodies bur- disposed of The consents to run wilh Sulzer as a niato order his salute to tho flag. The bill wpuld revise the Paw on' attending the killing, to in (the communication with led ithore. Already more than 1,000 der which a volunteer force was orfinal decision canio Saturday night tho ticket would ho as .strong as any wh'cb, no eye witnesses have per parent unions in tho United States bodies have been removed, most of ganized for the Spanish-America- n and on Monday Prcslidcnt Wilson that could be put forward by the Pro- been found. iwif with the result thaif. the Metal went before a. Joint session of Con- gressive party In this State. C.awe says that iwhcn Jio went to TnaMcs Department- - of, the 'American them being cnemaUU. Others have in 189S. Its authors claim that gress and sought a resolution empowthe river Johnson had his (Crowe's) Fcdor5 Ion of Labor has innstrueted been shinned to the States and again volunteer force could be raised moto ering him jto tal;e necessary Btcps Struck by Train. i quickly than unifier the existing lAW; boat and was In tho act pf crossing'-H- e the unions on tho Isthmus to Imme- curded. I Bosarth, living in the Mr- - Eck to punish the Mexican defaoto The crenu.lon ds progressing at that it would prevent the payment of ' formation off a called to Johnson telling him he diately, begin of town, camo near had Lis boat and that he. pulled iback; for Its refusal. After borne East the iRto of thirty or forty bodies bount'-- , would do away with a tec In Panama. Metal Tidies J03 have term of enlistment, by making debate over terms of th- - resolution meeting death Sunday afternoon when that he got In with Johnson to take Several meetings Council have been a day. A total of 4945 ike already It was passed by an overwhelming ho was struck by p. big L. & N him across ar.'d that at nptao time, to rod disinterred arid cremated. term of volunteers t&ve. same aft tkAt which strong opposition to majority in both, houses. Even be freight engine. Ho was near the cut whlfo both- - men were, in tho boat, held at The. French government BOpn.Kvlfll in the regular army; would protece- any wage reduction was voiced build and own its legation building tbe necessary number of men at UW fore this was done the onlrp American back of Oakwood cemetefr and was Johnson picked up hs shot gun and Under the terms of the AVhunfcon act In Panama. A large Hjaot of land Navy had been ordered to (Mexican seatdd on the end of a JUO' when the with the remark, "we have had troubeginning of the war for a long period establishing the permanent governthe thus making Mrattlng unnecessary, boV waters both on tho At'amtic and Pa- big iron hoico pulltoR Wrty cars ble before," pointed the gun at him has been given Vp France, by ment of the Panama Canal ft is progovernment. lit Is near tbe 'would decrease the pension list after cific Bulles, and with the greatest rounded the curve gofnfg South. The and pulled the trlffec r but It snapvided that no one, on the canal force Panama dispatch our men of war under University Club on (the BCjfcwall and the war. onglncer saw Bozarth 'and blew his ped; that he, Crowe, then hit him sbjoJU be.paild more than wenty-ttv- e Bajdgcr commanding, proceed- whistlo but Bccing thai ho did not bUf UnllVe the present? &w, tho on tho head with an oar, knocking per cotT in excess ofthe javerage wage Is regarded as one of the choicest lo Jlolng ctf.y. ' It bvw$olijBtftie wpu1 ed to. carry out orders of the Navy move applied the breaks and In provide for (the recruiting oC him out of the ooat; that ho 'came for similar, work paid in &Q United cations in the Department. At the shortest posslblo so averted a fa'tjil, the engine only up with an automatic pistol in his bay towartd the Pacific entrance vw ay organizations cf tand'forces. Tat States. In conflrmlty with J bis prothe canal and the several islands on .VMM' Include ralning Bervdce, t time the advanco guard of this fleet bumpng him off jine track. Ho hatVi and Crowe again struck him in govand a slight the head with tho oar and he sank vision Col. George W. Goethals, arrived at ports Vcre Cruz and Tam-plc- o some broken are the many fortifications which' duty partlally disabled pffioers ernor of the Panama Canal, Issued a which on the Atlantic aide. The Presi- puncfaro of the Jsft (fung. 'Ho fwas finally. thp. prated- - .the canal entrance. Plans would be assgned ,whcn supersededT by circular establishing a new wage scale dent attempted to make lit cLnr that brought to the depot on the same men at Ithe front. Tills story is not accoirted by the This provides for considerable 'reduc for the new structuro have been no 'war was IntcndiU on the Mexican train and carried toDr, Ford's office public entirely. It Is thought Crowe in Paris and ore being, brought Another change in the exia'ingBa.W tions all along the line. people, but upon thoso who wero pre- whore medical examination showed made friends with Johnson and when to Panama by suptrjislng .archlittct would give the President, instead of It is understood hero that Col suming to represent tho government the above Injuries. he construe the Governors pf 'ho. Sltates, the? au- opportunity occurred struck him GooJials personally favors the con who will superintend an at Jho City of .Mexico and the foltnoriiy to appoint ail oncers tor une with tho oar. This theory- - has been tinuance of tho present yrase scale tlon wrok. Notice to Co. H. lowers of that faction. volunteer .fqrees, reQUixlnghkn, tc, riivanccdall the' time by many people' until 'the- - pericd of construction shall diFind Bomb Making Plant. It Is not Known what position tho Tlho members of Co. H .are give preference in their selection to whq know both men. It is not have been ended. If this Is done tho complete, those who have had military train-in- s ConstttutionallEtB iwlll take ir nn In- rected to report at tho Armory Sat though that Johnson would have Calcutta, Apri' 18. A reductions 'will become effective grad- platf, In vasion of tho Republic of Mexico is urday April 25 at 7:30 p. m. for for tho making of bombs jhns given Crowe the advantage of tak- ually and not until after the conand Instruction In the regular by the United State. struction- - In view of tho probabil undcr'jaken ing him into the boat to attack him struction of the canal has been fully been found here and the police be.li.ev army. National Guard, volunteer forlitn-doupon tho National Many .well Informed persons pro of ity of calling they have discovered a band of ces of military schools. as he would have bad all to Jose and completed. the opinion that this act will prob Guaill for services in Mexico it Is nothing to gain by Buch. a course'. for the whoelsole Instead pf volunteer forces praltlfif ojganlzed represent- murder of white persons. Among tbe - . desired to add a fow more recruits The various labor unions niilv tend to uidte itho murrlnz ele, to be called Into service until alj to The court house was packed when ed to the company. onithe Isthmus, it Is understood, papers found In the redezvous of the organized militia of all arms has beea tnentsucrocose went to trial by citizens communifor Jhe Young men desiring to enlist have communicated or will General Huerta Is throw-iii- " band was a dustanl pamphlet dealing called, it would permit the. organizawho were deeply interestU in the open enlistment stations and re "foreign service" should the emer- most noted murder cos ever pre- cate, wltb their parent organizations with l.he use of poison for political tion of volunteers pf a particular arto strike purposes. It Is known as "The Lib- as soon as ports that thousands pf Mexicans that gency demand more soldiers, are re- sented in Ohio county. The. follow- wlh tho view of obtalnng the militia pf that particu It is not the immediate erty Leaflet," and .with It was a lar arm had been put Into service'. v hitherto stood aloof from both ele- quested to notify roe of their Inten- ing men composed .the Jury which sanction. according to labor lead letter bearing the monogram of the Intention, ments are enlisting to make common tions at once. Another provision-- Is that the. numrendered the life sentences ers here, to make use of the strike University of Califronia. The pamNo orders have yet been issued to cause in case of an lavjalilon. ber and grade pf officers should 0e H. D. RIdson, C. G. 'Harrison, T-- weaoon lo fore tho contention of phlet advocates a general massacre It is probable that within a short recruit th. company above the peace force Vlfgll Geary, Elmer Freymlre, on of Europeans, particularly English- the same in the volunteer various states will be called foo'lng of 62 men. Yet In itio event Miller, P. H. Aford, E. P. Rogers, the present scale, but only in time thu " in the regular army. emergency of such a character as to men. Two arrests have, been made. Is desired upon for volunteers to Increase the of greater hostilities Tho present strength of the organ- - , Bramlett Davis, Wile Park, Granvllje strength of the army In oilier to that this organization be ready to meet Christian, Aberf Patterson anM Will make its use a necessity. ized iullltla, including both pfttoer , i Is not anticipated that any opSaves Life of Brother. enable tho govornmnat to throw any demand that may .be required French. and men ia approxtenately 120,000, position, to tho new "mase-- scale iwlll enough men across tho. border to See me at the Armory or caU Farm- -' Cincinnati, Ohio, April to the latest returns from ?4- The Sheriff wilj (piloibablycpnyey comc-fro'quickly subdue any opposition that ore' phone, Hartford the numreous clerks and C. Mayo, Kentucky capitalist and pol- jutanjs General it Ithe, MlffiQrfnft tpr . Crone to the. Bddy.vile prfeon to CLARENCE B- - SHOWN. other .unorganized employes on (he itician, ' on the way to recovery. Bo to tho War Dopartmoat. These cimay" arise ahd furnish sufficient-- po, day. 1st Lieut, and Recruiting 'Officer, canaLfprce. As yet no active opo-sitj- pronounced is the Improvement In his vilian lice force to pascify the country. "ers arc divided as follow; has appeared among them, o condition tonight that his ntenddnft Bcfont Congress had ootid on the Co. II, 3d Infty. ,K. N. G. Alabama, 2.C69; Arizona, 522; Ar Farewell Card from Mr. Faughr. many of Presithem physician Dr. It. R. Wllkin&on, stated it is said that resolution requested by the kansas, 1,309; California, 3,612; ColoOhio Circuit Court Ccntertown, 'Ky., Aprd 21. Five contompki e resigning and returning that Jn all probability dent on orders from the Navy De- 'Mr. iMayo rado, 1,116; Connecticut, 2,641; Dela vpartment U. S. marines Jiimled at The Ohio Circuit Court convened years us postmaster at Centerto,wn and to the States and seeking other em- (wtoui leave for his home In Palnts- - ware 1S2; District of Columbia, 1.W6; Vera Cruz artd after a stiff fight In in court hull hreo Monday with five years of pleasantry- anid qulettudo ployment. This class of employe Jn vlllo within the next ten days, Florida, 1,220; Georgia, 2,898; Hawaii any event will suffer wero kiljed Judge T. P. Birkhead present and and happiness. considerable which four Amoricana attrlbutea tho 5.914; In- Dr. Wilkinson condition to the 105; Alaho, 840; Illlno twenty wouiilcd succeeded In prealdlngEach patron of tho office seemed shrinkago thru the gradual reduc- patient's improved . and diana, 2,476; Iowa, 2,981; Kansas, 1. No grand Juriy was empaneled, as to have acted in conber to mako my ktlon In force made necessary by the sacrifice made, by his brother Wash- capturing tho custom house and pthor 824; Kentucky, 2,013; Louisiana, 1, lnipor-- nt pp'nls of the city- - It is tho April term of two weeks is sot stay In the pout offico a recreation completion of construction worK. Inirtnn Mvo in dvinir ui) more Ithhn 112; Maine, 1,448; fllaryland, 1,972 A serious problem also confronts f.t and a repast, anid in this they certhought two hundred Mexicans were apart for civil business only. rt f h blMi to ald hfejbrbtb.- - Massachusetts, 5,793; Michigan, 2,750; wero tainly succeeded in full, for It scorns authoritlcis .of .tlio canal zone, mil ieer Jn Tho following gentlemen hilled by shots from a iar vessel and the flgH agalnst nrighfs 2,942; Mississippi. 1,443; Minnesota, of Panama because of piopn.n M by Mo rlflo fire. Tho , uiurliira utirl empaneled as petit Jurora for this to mo but yesterday that I first took Mnvo Blont 0ovca hours Missouri, 3,576; Montana, 610; g number of unemployed men today anU sal'ore dslplacd tho greatest bravery term, viz.: OUlo Ezell. C. G. iHar chargo of tho office Instead of five incro-sinresUng comfortably to- 1.172; Now Hampshire, 1,258; Wlthln the J.ist year many thou - n(gnt In carrying out the orders of their rlson, S. D- - Williams. W. G. Ward, years ago. So pleasant were the du- Nevada (musterod out in 1906); Olow X- J. W. fglchcart, Josso W. Foster, of unskilled canal workers! n,8' tomparaturo a lies of the offico that tho whole tfmo sands officers. jicart beat arc Jersey, 4,382; Now Mexico, 648; New Huerta has asked tho United States J. Smith, J. II. Smith, II. D. Eldsou, 'passed liko a pleasant dream and I Jiavo been thrown upon their resourc I ll0nnal and hjB mental condition con- York, 15,957; North Carolina., 2,668; to withdraw Noteon O'ShttUghnessy J E. Dennett. Finis Rowe, H. A all the timo was feeling mora like I becauso tnero wa no moro worn tinucs to Improve. North Dakota, 629; Ohio, 6,140; Okla was n a play Jiouso tlian In a, place for thorn. In almost evrey cabe they from Mexico and also (nartuated his Taylor, G. W. Campflcld, R- - C. homa, 952; Oregon, 1,407; jPeunBjri- Algera, to ask for his enor, "M. C. Hawkins, Ncttcr Fuught. of work. havp saved no money for a rainy day. Road Contest to Close. 1,358; vaniu, 10,034; Rhodo Is'aud, 1 regret tliat I was not able to (lo Tho result has been on Increasing patupoit from Socretary Bryun. It D. E. Bennett and M- - D. Barnard, The Hartford Road Working Con- South Carolina, 1,909; South Dakota, parJURY TRIALS, more to accomodate; these good peo- amount of lawlessness running is thought this means u feclaration Jn one week and the 079; Tennessee, 1,8;34 Texas, 2,5Cl; test mT11 c'x-eJ. Hi Glasscock vs. I, C. R R. ple in evidence of upprciatlou pf their ticularly Into tho lino of petty bur- - Judges wlth'as many Dtlusrs us caro Utah 351; Vermont, 845; Virginia 2, of ,var. ... -., ., kindncjis to 1110 nnd it is needless to glartcp. For unskilled labor there , On WidmBdoy tho cougilcto occu- - Cc Verdict for Dofeifdant. ovc- wi.. 699; Washington, 1,238; West Virginia F. E. MLdkWf vs. It H. & St. L say that I shall take n da.p interest Is now absolutely no demand, either Hnil nn Kridnv. iav lat Cruz was accomplish-- . potion of Vera to bo 1,383; Wisconsin, Wyoming. 688. for PJaJntiff In their well faro mid if over an op- on IU10 Isthmus, tbo outlying prov-ftb- V ed with tho loss of eight kiliul bring- - j R. R. Co. Judgment Rivo thojr decision next liay. Tho adjutant General has prepared portunity presents Utn.1! that 1 may Juecs of the republic or the neighbor- - wJt, au ordor oa killed up to tvalve, ;$35 for flro claim., lug the total tivabiircr for a bill for representation at the e" . o Ing ropubllcs j of Central and South Same p'ulntlff vs. eamo dufondant. do tlioso good pcop'h oJiy future and the total wounded to fifty. :uillunt duo each ono. tra Bosaloii of tlio Legls'Uturo on May 1 will gladly do so. America. IJto proioBcd Government Gen. Carranza, tho head of the Hoiue nnd mulo claimHung- Jury. yiani your tuelon seed before of 4, calling for an appropriation ' s. C. Roberts vs. Same Judgment 1 nni iulho Provincpot Chjrique is rlso Jml ,otfl Inako tWi3 tt youien $ 1, 500,000 to meet oxpeiues hi case I m sorray to leave you but CoutltutLtJnallstB 'has sent a note to declaring tho for $10. consoled by belloving iny successor, ux;,ited to afford same roller, but rumls duy Sl)t,n(il(i work has already Wilson Prescient tluru should bo hostilities Jn iMoico. A. T Bishop vs. H. II. Peudleton Mr. Samuel W. Crowe, will render tho hope of its aly start is not . solzuro of Vera Cruz a vlo'tvUtn of (,0 l)Ve,y ouo WorltiiK ou better service than I lutws been at all bright hero. for defendant, $100. .....t iion ,vm ft,,t. b0iilu of' dio the isoverlgnlty of Qloxloo and invit-- . A Long Sentence. its Fiy;d Tatum vs. ! L R. R. Co. able to W I know tliat gcutlcauun lug tho Unted States to wlUhdra liiert )S S.lV ur no uiiiit uujibu uv-, - . z money. , Flr,t Convict They say - Itook well. Wo all know blui. Wp know ills tiou work in prosrese. ruunc worj.-ic!iicts- - Tills Is taken as an ludtca-- Judgment for Plaintiff $75.00-tlo- n -- - " Milton flfteeu days to write, pno vaufi Tobacco Growers Notice. tx'cnt, too, and he wljl glvo you hotter with iho uxceiit'on of thy national Unit mi may esj'oot nUo to liae wanieu 10 wiow. servleo than I coujd io3slb1y huvo exposition, prc.l tlcalf is ul a stantl- The.ro will bo u niasa meeting of of a book. tin. itMui8 ob won ins Foil- tn Convict That's nothing. 4 BtlU. On tlio 7.ono tho roads oro bo- - tho Consolidated Tobacco Growers at Scvoiul era's, Tho rmbargo bn arms may bo ' Luclllo (oarncfj ' ). Karl, I want to demo. Aigtfu I ain sorry to live sou. I lug coiu,tiuctcd by tho prisoners Ju the court house In Hartf 01 d Saturday, l'vq been on ouo Bo('ncu ni yetus, restored in oiider to prevent having ask you ono question. Karj (also paniftotfo). Why, what wish 1 could remain with ')pu, but tho peufcatiary. This alw Js the April 25th at 10 o'clock. Purpose of und I'm not thru yet. to faco nnd silence guus furnished Both wotting report on ncenigo plwlge. Providence has urronccd it othenvlse. case in tlio Panama thorn niii'v.clvra. Should tho Hubols is dt. sweetheart T Eggs Wanted. tako sides against us It will com-- ,' .. Lucille, (moro Jn en meat, ijian over), j dibllke this iirtnig und I . wllj not .Panama (Uiy and Cojou, iio l"o.uiid any. other busliies,i that may comu .. .. - . 1. Take them to W-- E. Ellisf, ti thango all army jwins. as luuli, u you luui never nuf me.wouiu protract the pain that belongs to most muiortnnt cilice in xne rana-ou- r beforft, tuo uittociauoii. 5l. T. WKSTERFIBLD, bahjueo of this wetk and et iW uiu Republic, unt tlllcel with idlo lie- qutliv Southern kind border 011 yen have loved nip Just JJio saline? jt but bid you final farewell. ' ' I -" Llfo. C'h'in'ii. cash. U. 6. FAUGHT. ho are? looked uikji aa more 'ffrK MeAJco wljl bq exjiosi-a- . to. idtuck by CROWE ENTERS MAY STRIKE AT First -- Hev-cr- al ftov-ernni- out-skir- ts Ad-mlr- ia sus-talnc- jd $ pre-nar- able-ptidl- ed 1 ps Alra' ' A 20.-rj- Qhn al-th- - lic - I j- ad her-vlc- - suti-r.Ul- ay ' 11- fi,i I ple-teJ- jJ ......... CHINA'S YELLOW STREAKS. THE ART OP IDLING It Is CORD BEDS OF OLD Traps In Whose Bulbous Depths Sleep Was Once Wooed. PUTTING ONE UP WAS AGONY. a Part of the Indolent of the Leisurely Turli. Life WHERE SITTING In IS EXERCISE. The Job Required the Service of the Oritnt the Placid Native R. Two or Three Hutky Men and Wat Call Loafing Bard What We Would an Athletic Feat Deiide Which a as a Mark of Respectability A Trip Wrestling Match Wat Child's Play. In a Caique on the Golden Horn. "I came across a bed wrench at n Odo of the first words In the Turkish second hand curiosity shop uptown the IniiRiwge thnt I learned to recognize other day," said an old timer, "and It tiih kyef or knlf. Mnkliijr kyef was a took me back to the boyhood days at mtj common occupation, Judging from one Jump. 1 heard the Hid number of times that "Don't know what a bed wrench Is? word nied. The dictionary dollnltlon Of course you don't. Nobody born of "pleasure." Health or kyef Is "health," this generation does. That's beeaiM' mid pleasure are not always oynony-moiiM- , they never had to put up a cord behut they seemed to he In this dsteadhad the privilege of sleeping In for people who Mild they Iiud mim the bed It held. always looked both hern making kyef "The cord bedstead was a Joy. Next happy and healthy. to putting up the stovepipe or putting To the average American the Idea down the carpet with the base of a by the word kyef Is about ii'pri'M.-iiti'(latlron for a hammer to pound the foreign as the word Itself. Von :ih leather headed tacks In with, the asa footoiild not possibly make kyef at sembling of the cord bedstead of our ball game or a horse race or nutonio-blllndaddies was the Job that called for the up to the limit of police regulamost peremptory giving of all the thing soon becomes evident tions. One Christian virtues a vacation until the kyef. to, the scientific investigator .of Job was done. "Whatever It may be. kyef Is made "The cord bedstead was the favorite without haste, without excitement and, bedstead of commerce In those days. nil things, without noise. nboo Briefly described, there were four LcNure, Idling If you like, has been posts of any height or girth to suit the reduced to a fine art In the orient. nished. person or his pocket. Anywhere from There Is no place in the world where It startles you to look over a broad, three to four feet from the floor a hole d doing nothing Is so respectable. prairlclikc country, divided Into fields In two sides of each pot unblushing!' at midday highly cultivated and see no highways, was bored other when the footboard men sit facing each in n coffee house drinking numberless houses, people, or domestic animals. and headboard posts were stood up to nips of strong, black coffee, smoking a The roads have cut their way into the be connected. Tho holes were bored jiurglle and staring at a chessboard loess and run nt the bottom of canons, with n thread to take the screw out on for hours at a time. Loafing we call it sometimes seventy or eighty feet deep. the ends of the connecting pieces at In America; In Italy, dolce far niente; The people have dug out their dwellthe sides and ends of the bedstead. In Turkey, making kyef. ings and stables in the cliffs that line "These connecting pieces were round, The oriental Is slow and easy In his the roads and streams. Youth's Com- and ou what was to be the top of them lingers over his pleasn inurements. lie panion. when the bedstead was set up was n ures, making them last as long as pos. row of pegs shaped like so many mushhim-selslide. Xone too fond of exerting rooms. A hole about an inch In diameDELIGHTS OF SKIING. most of his exercise is taken sitter ran through each of the four conting fetill. The Tin Irish verb otur. Perfection of Motion and a New Risk necting pieces. When the bedstead was which means "sit." Is much used both assembled by the llttlng of the conWith Every Turn. In word and In action. They sit over a Tile delightful sensation of skiing Is necting pieces into the holes in the cup of coffee in an out of door cafe, posts and screwed up tight and In they Hit under a tree smoking a ciga- thus described by Arnold I.tiiui InJ place by means of a stout stick thrust , making Cornhlll: rette, tbey sit for four hours I through the holes In the round pieces "Skiing Is the perfect motion. you a visit, and they may sit the live.shall not qualify this dogmatic state- the bed was ready to lie corded up. anil long day out In a grassy field or on the then the wrench came Into play. 1 bunks of a stream doing nothing at nil. ment till find a good slri runner who1 "The bed wrench was something like And prefers some other form of speed. The Turks are fond of outdoors. have met runners who have" tried ev- a stout wooden hand vise. The cord, a one Is not surprised. The highest, point rope like a clothesline, but of better of Constantinople is Tcbnmlldja. a hill erything from an aeroplane to a racing quality, was run around the mushroom a steeplechase thnt btandaa few miles back from the car, from run. One nud toalla Crosta like pegs, which ,jvere a few Inches placed Scutari landing on the Asiatic bide. toboggan skiing above all rivals. Aeroplanes apart, and lengthwise and crosswise The view from this bill is one whose Used to raise uneasy doubts till I met from connecting piece to connecting Veauty casts a spell that lasts as long distinguished air man, who told me piece, like a big meshed net. a nrf memory lasts. "See Naples and die" "But the cord couldn't be drawn taut that he found skiing more exciting. daddy inns the old saying, hut do not die After the first novelty wears off so he enough with the hands, and so you have seen Constantinople flying becomes monotonous. One or big brother Bill, or perhaps the tanfrom Tchamlldja. patch of air Is very much like another. hired man. grabbed the wrench, There arc many open fields in and Wind pockets-gled It up somewhere In a part of the ate exceptional, whereas about Constantinople to which the peo- the snowy lillKkle U full of traps for cord whero the tautening up process ple resort on high days and holidays. j was to begin and by persistent lever, tlivvbrllliiint colors of the native dress the unwary. runner sweeps down the age around and about the bedstead at "The skll rord to a condition standing nut against the greenest gicen hillside elect with a uatural and grace- last wrenched the mid the bluest blue of the natural ful poise. He creates pace without the of satisfactory tautness. and the tubackground. And everywhere the daz- aid of machinery. Skiing is autoch- mult and the shouting died. "Fordon't go away with the Idea that zling sheen of water, the silvery, calm thonous; It is born of the Mothci sin race of the .Marmora strctchlug Hartli. Between you and the hillside the work of setting up that cord bedawny in the distance and the blue there Is an Inch of sensitive ash that stead was accomplished with the ease winding Hosporus at our feet. There pulses with every beat of the slope. and in the brief time that It takes to is a hush about a Turkish holiday The skis form an intimate link be- tell about It. It generally required two gathering which Is always like a Sun- tween you aud the ever changing sur- or three capable persons to tackle the Job with any hope of succeeding with day. Caiques glide noiselessly by. peo- face. It, for iu the way of refractory disposiple Hit In groups or saunter about ou "As they rise and fall, leaping over the Kbore, like the figures in a picture, hillocks, sinking into dips, they seem tion and demoniacal perversity the everybody maklug kyef In his own way. at oiico 11 Ipg vital things, with a will cord bedstead of the daddies had the One of the popular resoits for great and n Joy that Is all their own. And breecby cow In the gardeu skinned n mile. 1 have known the good wife to numbers or people Is the Sweet tl.ls Is the peculiar glory of our craft. Europe, a small Ktream of fresh It forces us to a knowledge of nature take the children and go down In the water flowing Into the upper part of in ouc of her most fascinating moods. cellar while the old man and bis aids dallying with tho cord bedstead the, tiolden Horn. The best and easiest The ski runner must adapt his tactics were stranger to every change In the hillside, to in an effort to set it up aud giving it Avny'to reach this place, the opinion of it as It wabbled and Is, told. Is by rowhoat up the (iolden every fickle fancy of the snow. The theirand careened nnd skidded ut tense slid Itoru. This "best and easiest" way is. skater and the skeleton rider soon and critical stages of the getting of it ' however, a, bit, trying to the nerves, learn to know the tricks of the rink or together. tialntn bridge, from which the boats Ice run. But the hills are never the it was all up good and "Then same, the snow Is mtrer the same: solid and.whensmell of sulphur got out leave, is the busiest spot in'Co'nstnntl the nople. You are Jostled from before and every slope Is a lovelatiou, every snowof the room mother used to come in behind, screamed at In all the lan- fall a new discovery." and put the straw tick on the web of frighten-h- 1 guages you eer heatd of iiud tick with the big slit in bed cord-t-be nearly to death before you get down One Way to Get Tough, it where we filled it with fresh rye the rickety little stairway leading to rcrhnps the most extraordinary of all straw until It looked like a balloon all the landing. Nothing can really hap- methods of warding off cold is that ready" to go up. Then she tumbled on pen to you, but you do not know that adopted by some of the tribes of the to the tick tho feather bed, two or three If you should fall ' Canadian northwest. It Is it matter ot feet high, with its swelling fluff of live until afterward. info the water you would be promptly discipline. The boys when young are geese feathers and almost burying you fished out by friendly hands amid first t hipped In order to make theli out of sight when you utowed yourself Mashallahs! In all the tones of the flesh tingle and then sent to bathe in nwny on it after surmounting the bed fhromntlc scale. Iiown below, you aie the half frozen rivers. On entering with n stepludder. Then with the warned within an Inch of your life ' their teens they are made to He out of sheets and the blanket and the quill ! doois at night without clothing. Tin and the comforter and the big. bulbous about all tiic tilings you mint not Is that those who survive pillows the bed was iv.uly to sleep in.' in the caique. A caique is a small (.onseqm-ac- o imvboat, the daintiest, most graceful ' arc able to go nuked In any weathei "That's what a bed wrench Is, and Utile craft In the world, but it was without the slightest discomfoit that's the cord bedstead It wrenched. And when I hoar some lemlnNecut old made to tip over. to the days of the body balking b.u-Very Simple. If on got away from the landing ' "Whately oiiio asked u surgeon why bed wrench and the cold bedstead and without being spilled out into declare that when It comes to going h j ou breathe one slsh of lelief the operation of hanging Is filial ITc replied: "Bmiuse respiration Js bed at night sure of a sleep in ease nnd tint not more than one. for the Cohleii Horn Is very uanow and very lni. Choi kitl, clri'iilal'oii Is stopped, and comfort and of getting up net mornand any liniment ou may look up at blood suffuses mid congests the brain." ing never so refreshed give him every "No." said the arcllbbhop. c.islluc lime, b'gosh. the old cord Udstead the prow of a steamer bearing diwn for Ida "Logic," with nothing between the ropes and Upon you .it full speed. Itoliiml yon about for illiisti-.ition- s mill to the right of you. mid to I be left "It Is becuuM the rope Is not long him but tho straw tick and (lie feather enough to allow I lie man's feet to meet bed Instead of the new I'angUsl springs J.f you, aiv (lunisy freight boats iii.in-ugand hair mattiesses. 1 greet him with by molding boatmen. And Just the ground." Joy. grasp Ids hand warmly and gently h:il here one of your oarsmen does up but (Irmly tell blin he's a llar."N'cW be has forbidden you totlo-i-t:ii- ids Only a Truce. in his place. Wildly gostleiil.itiiig. he "I uudeistaiiil the Shimmers have York Sun. ncolds back In plcturesquo TiukNh at made up their domestic quarrels ano who lias neatly i re on speaklnu terms." & careless steersman Prisoners' Fasts. tipped you oK'r. After you him had Hunger strikes aie evidently no mod-fr"Yes." replied Miss Cayenne. "Their Idea, as evinced by the following tills experlcnu- a few times .mil limit lecojU'lllatliiiis leiuliid me of n thaw escaped with jour life you eenso In liiiweeii two fieezes. which only tntry in Kvelyn's diary of .inly s. uwi: , mind it. niittiTs worse." Washington 1 laid (tie curiosity to Nit some QuakQuiet comes U hist, and loje, smoolli ers here (Ipswlchi in prison. One of Sl.ir. stretches of 'i,nlug water. Tuo motion these was sifid to have fasted twenty of n rulipi'i ncrfeit. It slides over days, but another, uiideuioriuu to do For It Sometimes. Puna the water with no eflmt at all. Tlicsil "It ! often impossible to distinguish tliu like, perished on the lenlh, when mug'. ho would havu e.iUn. but could not." Tory He1'! 'if toe ualei u sun, tli 'Hence l'lom wisdom." " U touih of the soft .siniih wind, tho "Naturally. Itetaiiso It la often the London Chronicle. otce of tin- - iiiuczyfn ..ilns; (o prayer iiiiio thing."- - Itoston Transcript. froui the iiduaret In tin: distance--vlmriNubility 1om net lie In tli li.itl full you the Iiud of I bo loln.. Km or he tree th it elves yeu shelter Df f ;i mlly pottiMlU dimmed by. tho. flracu l'lfiulutf Van Swcrluxen In Nur cu. band of luiiin-ft-. VorU Tribune. g Able-bodief, lie-fo- re I , r n s 1 n -time.-Scuu- Linked With the Country' Vast Beds of Cheetelike Loess. Some of (lie most characteristic impressions of China are connected .with the great loess deposit that covers the greater part of north China. In some places it reaches n depth of 1.500 feet or 2,000 feet. It Is probably a wind borne accumulation of dried mud or fine desert sand coming from the arid Interior of Asia. It is uniform in composition and structure, unstrntlflcd, splits vertically and contains land shells, but no water shells. The streams have cut down through tho loess and are all deeply stained with its characteristic blown yellow. It Is the loess that gives us Yellow river, Yellow sea, Yellow emperor-doubtl- ess It suggested the Imperial color. The northern portion of the railway passes through a vast yellow country, and the traveler scarcely sees a stone, a hill or a tree. The soil and the watercourses are yellow, the flat roofed house are yellow, the walls of the cities and towns are yellow. The air Is yellow with dust. Everything that grows Is yellow, even the yellow people and their clothing are powdered with the yellow dust. The loess slices like cheese. Most of the mountain people house themselves by digging a cave In a bank formed of this material. When plastered It makes a clean, dry place, warm In winter and cool in summer, its only drawback Is In the matter of ventilation. Some of these dwellings are two or three stories high, have framed windows and doorways and are well fur- Mrs. Wakefield Granted New Trial. IIartfo-.ilConn., April 1C Itu'ln tJiat par of J ho evidence Riven by Cor oner Mix In her trial nhould Jiavo been excluded, the supremo rourt today found error In tho conviction of Mrs. Bosslo J. W'nkaflcld of murder in tho first Hegreo nnd ordered n, now trial for tiio woman. Mrs. Wakefield ,wan convitxl Oct. 31, 1913. Her trial followed that of Janice Plow, who was put (to death foi the crime on March 4. Mrs Wakefield mil Plow were charg with lialng killed the worr.nn's husband r ho Wakcficil homo in Bristol. Plow, a farm hand, was n frequent, caller nt tho Wakefield home. The evidence tudicatiU that Plow on one of his visits started a dispiic with Wakefield, nccordlng to n plan that had been arranged by himself n't tho wife, and i'ttw nill She woman Plow then Wakcfltltl. ichlorifornicd took the man several ml.xvj into ho wcmIs north cf Cheshire and kll'cd l;lm, according to the Women's organizations Jiae made a strong fight to save iMrs. Wa'ic'Je.U from the cal'ouB. Thousands of l against Jicr execution haj been all received by Gov. Baldwin from larts of the country. ci-, I ro-cs- ts , "Thrilling Moments in the Life ot a Moving Picture Actress" Sh The Great Edison Star of the "Movies" You want to road this sensational Story. Not fiction, but facts. The actual experiences of an actual girl with actual photographs in Woman's World for May. SUBSCRIBE FROM US! By MAYY FULLER SUBSCRIBE NOW! 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BUik IImI it li Mlul.l villi IUo. uU. n7ivSeu?t"Jl',u ifc 1M" "w" '"' N I ml il I ml, nn eur. wl Olwdn. h CASTORIA 11 4 fur MM1 ul LVllir.llU ua Ik tuif." K4ji.urtiivM.iki.il. MUruKM., HWNITON. HOLLOWAY li . I730frii.tf Gnlat. rUUdtlfhU SIS. T K .EnK.K .SMITH. Irc. Jl. D. --""- nnd Trcei. "- .1 S. LP.ACH.Mnnoffcr. GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL SUNDAY ONE IN MILLION SUNDAY-SCHOOL- S PEORLE WANTED SUN-DA- MAY 3. WILL YOU Kentucky BE PRESENT? Association Vlth Every Sunday-Schoo- l In State To Mat e "Go To Sunday-Schoo- l Sunday" a Big SuccessWill You Be There? Sunday-Schoo- l ''t'iEESSiilrS THE E. W. SMITH CO. Incorporated. Owensboro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Window Shades, Matting, Lace Curtnins,' Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators shown in large varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. (Special.) The Ky. Louisville. association Is Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l cooperating Avlth every Sunday-schoo- l In the state to make Sunday, May 3, cchdol Sunday," with a the aim of having ONE MILLION of the PEOPLE In the Sunday-school- s state on that day. There are about In Kenfive thousand Siimlny-Rchooltucky, with an enrollment of half a million. To attain the desired aim will have to douevery Sunday-schoo- l ble Its UKiial attendance. There are some of the 'country schools that close for the winter and have not started for this year, therefore It will be necessary for some ot our schools to aim at large things, not satisfied with having Just twlco as many, but having on that day an increase of two or threo hundred per cent. This canie done. It will take a little effort, some wise planning, the working together of a large number of people, the use of the papers and all means of giving publicity to the movement. It will be necessary to get the parents to bring all the babies whose names arc on the Cradle Rolls on that day. Then to the Sunday-schoo- l all the Home Department members will have to attend the school services. The people who used to go to Sunday-school a long time ago, but who have not been there for weeks, months or perhaps years, will 'have to come back that day. The Adult Bible Classes will have to find all the grown people of the towns and country and bring them out on this occasion. The boys and girls will need to gather In all of their companions. s ! the Inadequate religious Instruction of the dnys of old nnd Inspired them to seek Improvement In every direction. It has faithfully presented to all, tho host In every department of Sunday School work, making tho common heritage whatever of good nny worker anywhere has discovered. It has Inilurcd hundreds of schools to extend their sessions from three or four months In tho jcar to ten or twelve months. It has Intensified denominational loyalty nnd at tho same time drlen sectarianism to cover by gUIng to the world n demonstration of the beauty and tho power of cooperation. It has brmipht within the reach ot every ofilrer nnd every teacher of every Sunday School in Kentucky conventions and Institutions. In short, If tho Sunday Schools of Kentuekj are nny bettor, or any more, popular today than they were fifty years aco, it Is in part, nt least, because of the work of the Kentucky Sunday School Association. School Is our school a part of this organization? Leader Every Sunday School In Kentucky has benefited by this organization and Is a part of It. There Is no Joining It, nor nny withdrawing from It. There Is Just tho question with of how far we shall it, how much of the good It has for us wo will receive. 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InthcHl!toricalKcntuUye'-ctiliUf;iMntlcruliti'- al m 19 SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Helping All the Sunday-School- s Kentucky Wants Your operation. of Co- A)" $f ha ""P OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: Daily ETantnc Post, one year Kentucky Governor's Wall Chart Hartford Republican. 1 yr -ALL THREE FOR $3.00 41.50 $1.0 V $3.50 l i rtrL-i'i- , -4 rT .aaaMaTaTaT'aaaa"lll AssoThe 'Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l ciation is a combination of all of the Sunday-school- s of the state, under the direction ot a State Executive Committee composed of representative members from all of the Evangelical churches. Its object Is to produce in each person a true loyalty to his own church, and to secure an earnest cooperation upon the part of all churches to reach all who are not connected with any Sunday-schoo- l and persuade them to become students of the Bible and enrolled members In some Sunday-school. The field Covered Is the entire state 4,000 Sunday-school- 35,000 officers IAY" School MAY 3 1 I Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. We Pay The Freight. MentlonThe Republican r.l .u.mwvmm.p. Bendr ti- - IHIP FROCU " . I Pmsiiust JirrctnUk WaihUgton tare timA Patent tnd Infrlnpffltnt Prtctlct Excliilvtlj. Aft ..B tt5.4U A Wirui lj a BV VI XUM f trart, aear Vaftee IUtM rateet OSes, I WA8HINQT0N. D. C. lit If you are not fnmlllar with Llppln- cott'B you nro dolus yourself and the publishers an Injustice. LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE X"The Standard Fiction Magazine of NOW America" $3.00 a Year IN ITS 4Cth YEAR A 25 Cents a Copy (Tho first magnzlno to originate the Idea of publishing a complete novel in each number.) A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION BRINGS YOU Great Complete Novels. 75 Short CO CO Timely Articles. Stories. 200Pages of Striking Poems. 12 Llpplncott's Is enjoying a big reThousands of vival of popularity. new readers have, been addejd to Its tho past subscription list during low months, and .Its circulation Is Increasing rapidly. HOW TO REDUCE THE COST 8F GOOD To-da- READING for Send y lLippiicott's "Little look of Big v Bargains" New Edition Just Published 4 SeaBon 1913-191- for the J$ SENT FREE UPON REQUEST J. B.LHT1NC0TT WA9HINQTQN COMPANY PHILADELPHIA SO.l'afW In the world? Leader There are about 300,000 Sunday Schools, with an enrollment of 30,000,000 In seventy nations of the world. And the Sunday school army is now growing at the rate of 1,000,-00per year.. SunSchool What Is the World,' day School Association? Leader The World's Sunday School Association is an organization of ucKMrsueMsucceeat Christian men and women,' representSPECIAL OFFER:Willi ing all the Sunday Schools In the A trill rjUJatoWM Nav.Ba.latM. world, having for Its aim the promo-- ' make you ear Dsrmanast customer. tlon ot a missionary spirit in the Sun, Prize Coltectlai day Schools on the home field and a UM dbi i TmlB. f ifitondld t ou. be it Ta Sunday School spirit on the mission TUMlMirofH111 UUla4J11AE.V lWrUAh fields. Mention this Paper. Write 8chool What Is the field of the International Sunday School AssociaWNWWWkAA'VMAAA'WWWWVW tion? SEND 10 CENTS r aeries ead iMkl.f eae ttel? tale Tataeele Leader The International Sunday bl ccltocUaa at Sr4a Mtaal4. lo.Ui. with UmIhV aiiraraVaa' a.4 1'laat School Association operates throughi laatractlTa. l HUs Ml ako.1 Uw Bwt TwtMlu o BMd rluu. ate. out North America, with Its 122,575,130 kH.W.lNkbH. """VmBtSLt inhabitants, and where there are 171.-14Sunday Schools with an enrollment of 10,431,010, or more than one-bathe Sunday School enrollment of the world. School What aro some signs of progress of Sunday School woik in North America? Leader In this field there are being added to the membership of the churches Sunday School members at the rate of 1,071 each day. Men Every Sunday School that Is keeping In step has Its organized class of men studying God's Word on Sun.nil TRADE. MARKS promiulT oblalnMl in day, enjoying Christian fellowship all cuuntru., ur no iw. Naoluln PATENTS continually, and together serving tho THAT PAY, licnma meia luurouguif, at our ei!nM!, anil tip uu to luccvaa. community whero they' live. lndirwlL uoto cr ikrlcb- for FREE rtport Women Everywhere churches are on tfntaLimr. ' Tr.n- practlre. SUR providing for thoso who teach and PASSING REFERENCES, for frea Uulila IBixitcnl'rpnii.ljlol'airauwrltato aro to be those BO3-B0- B Seventh Street, religionwho the days tothe teachers of in come. wwgniwuTOH, p. c. Boys Temperance teaching Is being thoroughly and effectively done; and It Is Interesting and down to the minute. Girls Through the whole curriculum is definite, positive missionary Instruction. The missionary spirit, the ChrlBt spirit, Is the spirit of the modern Sunday School. Men All over the country there Is THE n awakening among men and women 8EW1NQ to the needs of boys and girls in their MACHNNE teens and thes. men and women feel a sense of responsibility tor tbe minOF istry of tbe Sunday School unto the QUALITY. development ot the boy and the girl, Women The little children have lessons, teachers and equipment suitNOT ed to their needs. OLD School How many people are exUNDER pected In the Sunday Schools of KenANY tucky OTHER Leader One million, more than NAME. twice tho present enrollment. School Who appointed this day as Day?" TIME. WARRANTED FOR ALL The Kentucky Sunday Leader If you purchase the NKW HOME you wlU School Association. have a life autet al the jrlce you pay, a ad will "School What Is the Kentucky Sunday School Association? not bave an end leu chain of repair. Leader The Kentucky Sunday School Association is an organization representing' all the' Sunday Schools CooMdawd It stands for j " It . encourages and1 'stimulates work, among the schools throughout the state, by bringing th& strong Ipto neiprui contact wuu me weanv it Uthds for tbe best In equipment, 'teaching and management. School What has the Kentucky t School Association accom. Sunday K) If Jou want a tewing machine, write 'fcc plished? "' por lattat catalogue before you purchase: Leader It has made tbe Christian people ot Kentucky dissatisfied with Tbe New Home Sewing Mackfe Co, Oraup, 0 are there ORDER OF SERVICE. How many Sunday Schools SEEDS 11 "! to-da- y; j 4 it NEW d HOME ? and teachers, and 325,000 pupils. A county organization has been formed in every county. It operates through conventions, Institutes, schools of method, rallies, special meetings, visits to schools and churches, printed leaflets on various phases of Sunday-schoo- l work, and the circulation of a monthly paper called Re"The Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l porter." Through county and district officers, through personal visits and letters from the state force tbe best things are placed within the reach of the smallest school. Last year, In addition to the Annual State Convention and the Annual School of Methods, county conventions were held in about one hundred counties, six hundred district conventions and one thousand rallies. Twenty Institutes were held lasting from three to five days each. There are five persons giving their entire time to the work of the AssociationRev. Geo. A. Joplln, General Secretary; Rev. T. C. Gebauer and Mr, W. J. Vaughan, Field Workers; Miss Maude L. Dance," Elementary Field Worker, and Miss Frances L. Grigsby, Office Secretary, while Mr. E. S. gives about ot his time. A great part of the strength of tho Association Is In the hundreds of splendid volunteer Sunday-schoo- l workers who give much time without nny pay. Because of this organization, and the fact that all churches aro represented, the largest amount of servlco can be rendered at the least expense. Conventions and institutes can bo held In places where no denomination Is strong enough to hold such gatherings alone, thus saving many Weak schools and discovering many neglected places. Much of the work is truly Home Mission work. The Association sends Its workers wherever there Is need without reference to the financial returns. The Association has no Income except voluntary contributions from InIn order dividuals and Sunday-schoolto do the work that was needed a debt of $1,500 has accumulated, and all who read this are asked to send some contribution to Mr. Clarence WatkhiB, Treasurer, 712 Louisville Trust Building, Loulsvl)le, to apply on this debt. Sunday-schoo- l The International Convention will meet In Chicago on June 23. A goal has been set tor every state to be out of debt by that time. Most ot the Southern states have reached the goal. Do not let Kentucky fall behind the other "cates, Send your contribution now and make It just as large as you can. Bos-well one-sixt- h YE!5e5kV LDrth drtr"act-UrSiaallrrtfpll-.-''t- THE GREAT breadth 9S hlu ?. f.6 IwJr S1J .Ulcrnnm. Inacnlcejuno SI? "ZZZX$D2Z1" ! .r-- U r- ui r?-- 1500 aaT SnU-i- 2.nia.llnS .leaner U u. inlaw! waltra of ike worlj. a r. DaUy . .... ."SFEANDBEn" "Clir of Die'' and "City of Buffalo" CLEVELAND and BUFFALO May nttoDecl Anfca dwcUad (Ceatral Standard. Conamlon. at Buflilo for Niagara Fall, and all Ea.ljrn and Antra Buffalo - Tadle:ltaCleTelandendDuual.,are B. jour Heart eMt,fbt Ucaeu la C. tt traaaooruUoai on our Una. Write i.l for haiubomo Uln.lriled CO- eo''"' T"0 C.dUr, rolnt.. ti3A. M. THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT - ""aelA'' b.klrt Ire. O. t Cleveland. 353: ' Daily BUUUUUUUuW Courier-Journ- al $6 .uMuaBnaBveSrV a Year : : Sunday tTWaraunnjQjXr This fine saddle and harness stallion, Mack Eagle, vlll stand tho present season of 1914 at my ,stable in Centertown, Ky., arXl will bo permitted to servo marcs at ?b'.00 to a living colt. Money duo whon tho fact is ascertained or maro Is traded or transferred. Lion retained on all colts until season is paid. Care taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible, should any occur. Mack Eagle was sired by Rod Eagle, he by Red Squirrel, bo by Black Squirrel, ho by Black Eagle. Ills, first dam was McLackle. ro Courier-Journ- al $2 REAL a Year NEWSPAPERS ' T aauuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuw varja i Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National News. State News Local News Market Reports Foreign News Political News of Everything for Everybody " , vVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVg lauumUBnuuulnauuV nuuT auuuVL ! Are you Interested In what Is tak ing place Vlay by day all over the world? If you arp you NEED TUB COURIER-JOUNRAL. NEXT STATE CONVENTION The next State Convention of the Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l Association will be held in October In Lexngton. In Kentucky Is Every Sunday-schoo- l entHJed to send delegates. The more schools represented the better a convention It will be. Those schools'that have delegates are the schools that will receive the benefit. The counties that send delegates to Sunday-schoo- l conventions are the counties where tbe greatest advance is being made In every way. If there Is an neont In your tdwrt give falm a trial order ono monthr-Dall50 cents, with Sunday 75 cents,. If there Is no agent In your town glvo your order to the. paper Jn Black Bob Is a i coal black, with which this, 'aUvortlscment appear mealy points, 14 2 high, good bone, (you may Bet a special clubbing' fine length, and a modol Jacks His rate), or send tho order dlreot a grand sire was the noted jock,. Old the" pourlor-Journa- l. Black Bob, his sire the well known WEEKLY COURlER-JOUltXAh?1 I Reno' Jack. He tas shown himself been" discontinued, but FARM ANJJ sr-to be a tine jack and .an excellent FAMILY, a most excellent lUustntf. . foal cotter. ef monthly niajazlae. is p. worthy "" 1 ALVA CALLOWAY. successor. The price Je only 25 cents Centyrtown, Ky, a 'year.' Aslc rotf a'sarapja copy, icji W' 'aut'.uaV. y L uawB Jm '' "- -' To Prcvemt Wood petsontaf apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.' POKTHK'S ANTlSBrTIC URALINO OIL.a drculuf that relieves pain and heals at the lame that. Kt a UaiacBt. 25c. SOc. - Boilrler-Jotfrn- al Coiiipaii Incorporated LOUISVILLE. KY. jj 4 (, (JMM1 with the most Intellectual and best trained people. The evolution of striking. iniclolllcr business nn8 uen 80 y reinti- VlulUni 111 lyiOi80 BM(WcM nml so apj)arei ncroUvc that the farm has lost many of bids for better train ).! workmen. Republicans and Moose Will j T,u' farm ,m,9t 00 Improved both In s i iu! :. nnd In uttractlveness.ln THE SHOE OF SHOES FOR MEN. Unite on Progressive The yield lm'litiu: h, planting, otc. nf firm crops must be hwreosul in, Mexico needs us. We ishouVl now o n Address all communications to ml controJ ovcrJ. fcot of ,nIU, t0 Platform, He Says. si. : a manner that the futuro will The Hartford Republican. I. iUu ,,iUiania CaIlalt lt ls slliy t0 ral80 ' lu'l of hope ai a eoiiiioteiico and "" a a a business comparable to other the cry of conquest' We pot every NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ,ond wc 10MWf elthcr ,11- - Clilcnffo, 111., April. United States business. The young poopV who have foo . ...t to n cr 8nb.crlbfrH dlrlne the ImMrcctlv. bvconnliost. Senator Albert II. Cummins of Iowa, recohed better .training than their afldreonmuet give the old acldive" In miiMsg the Kven the land we have purchiMod was criticised the Democratic adinlnistr.i- - parents because the present Income jvqneet. -, Halne I.fwnln ami Sotlw" 10c ter line unit Re taken by those from whom we made 'on, defined his staud on the tolls re- fr:m uie fnitin nffc.Js it must have bill, jironounced the Republican nssurnnco tint per lino tor eiuh mldltlnnnl tnnrtlnn. our purchase by conquest, and we their education audi (Jliltunrlf, UeoIntlon anil I'aril ol Th inV He are the recehers of stolen goods and party the true Progressives and blam- -' training will enable them to ncclvo -. fer line raoiie.v in mlMinie. ,i,.l,,.. " i...: t..i, .v ..ml .... ii. , toll.-- l,i Inffv ed the Keiillbllcnn N':iUon:il f'ommlttrM ,..,,,-,,- ., "" " i,,,Cbnnh .Nntkm for kitvIco. free, liat other jnieaius emjiloycd o secure It. To make our objections Jo con- - for the Democratic victory of lit 12. strains about cttirch n.irerti.euient. .v .er line. no was tlio enter speaker at tho this possible the soil must bo lm- will receive no quest. In no other way can the world AnonjmoUK rommtinlriitlon Attention. the ,,rovcd so that it W'l JeVl larger be brought to the highest point of AppamaUox- Day ce'ebratlon of ' Hamilton Club. Democratic d:fcat crops at small expens. clvllizatlcn and Chrlst!anlt . lt has 73Z.3F3I31TES. Sena-- 1 history of ages, and it had at tho next national election, Xotlilng has had a tendency to d's-- 1 been the Ciai'eo:lar.i ...... prcuicted would be ef- - courage our young people more faun the stamp of Cod's approval through- tor xsvoro' out Biblical ulstcry AVe . hope the feetetl by Rojiubllcans and Progressive' ti,e waste m marketing farm.orchard, President will In the Bpccdkst pos- united as tlio Republican party and garde,,, poultry and livestock FRIDAY, APRIL. 21. a platform of Progressive ucta. While gross prices aro some- -' sible manner take possession of ev . Wli:it hli-lery feet of land South of t)io Rio doctrines. tlmn n fmv vnras nco the ' In (dealing with the rcords of the fact cannot bo concealed that tho e.-- 1 Grande a:.d with American soldiers "A Trap Sot for Villa," says Senator penso of production is much greater i restore peace and prosjerlty to a Democratic administration, headline. No use. He's no fly. long suffreing people w)io in all these Cummins said lt was unnecessary to and that tliqmcthoS wc now employ An optimist Is a man who thinks bloody revolutions aro for the most speak of congress. In selling gle others more of the con "Tho president has for tho time suiuor's dollar than the producer reCongress will adjourn in June. part Innocent bystanders to the nnd ceives. This unfalrnncus toward tho b'cedy brutalities .which they are being obliterated that ancient The fellow who pities himself docs helpless to prevent. once powerful department of the gov producer gives other buslnncss and ad sot deserve pity from anybody else. ernment," he Bald. "When, therefore, vantago when farmers' boys ntiU girls I speak of the Democratic admlnls- - are looking for an occupation that afThey still call George the King In One way to Lower Cost of Living. tratotratlon I mean Woodrow Wilson. fords an opportunity for competence England, but Mary decides one. The overthrow of represcntath e govA traavellng man told this and duo compensation. While even lYou can always blame an anecdote ernment docs not Bccm to have exclt under present wasteful eoniUUons of upon a traveling man). In a small erJ alarm, but tlio l.iv will coninwlipi mnrKctjng tne farm is Homing us own Possibly Secretary Danle's expects Missouri town two negroes conducft tho country wiu understand better than with other occupatlons.lt docs not apto make each warship its own rival restaurants. They aro close to it does now how vital it is to PRICED AT o peal to many young people who bepre directly the railway station and Independence or leglslathe come dlscouragdl because they sec It might also be said that "uneasy opposite one another. Every means authority. hors getting more tjian their share "The president passed the tariff of tho producer's dollar. 48 the bead" tliat has a canal to available have been used by the rival W n rslit'iln n mnnonnlv lmnii tlw Inml. handle. By mectlns our nolghbcrs as pro.,.. law. The Republican tariff of 1909 i i i. JllQ Uilj UUl iicao, i.... III tU.111. n... n.. LlU was too high. Wo ought to have re- gressive, unselfish citizens, rather President Wilson can now offer a bully, a gigantic white man wandered duced It, but consequences of our folthan as farmers, business men and place to all the Job huntera with the Into one of the eating places. ly. The fact that our tariff was much transi ortatlon companies, Ave can ad army In Mexico. "Nigger," he said, "Bring me an-derlol- n too high furnished no defense for the just many of up-to-da- te the sources of waste and beefsteak smothered In onict. extraordinary compound of Ignorance render society and tho country in K you will swat the first fly early French fried potatoes, asparagus, Tho enough he won't leave any 'dece'nd-ent- s string beans, strawberries, etc. (In anid Indifference which Oils adminis- - which we llvp a great service. tration has fastened upon the coun- paramount question Bhould bo jus- n swat you later on. fact a meal hat taxed the resources o try. U acknowledges no economic Jcc, honor ar.U useful service, with principles but its crowning injustice the result tliat labor shall have adeSpanish is itho moth- the negro storeroom.) The fact that g er tongue in Mexico don'fc seem to cut die then prccecJdcxl to eat ever'-thin- ls in Jts rank, deliberate discrlmna-tlons.- " quate compensation and capital shall sot before him wlj h great gusto serve to the people btl'.ter. Tho youn much sentimental interest, smacking his lips and evidently greatTho Panama tells exemption re- people of y exjwet tlijs at our ly enjoyed his repast. Tennessee advices arfi to the peal probably will pass the Scnate,ac-cordln- g hands and their success and that of "Anything else, pah?" anxiousty inthat they haven't missed the. to Sennator Cummins. their Chlldrcnn nnd granUchJldrcnwllJ quired the restaurant man as he lookaJnce the State went dry. "There aro two entirely distinct anil be largely determined by the manner ed over the man's greal bulk. independent questions involved In In which we meot our obligations as A good many people seem to bo un"Xaw," scornfully replied his cus- this controversy.'," ho said. "The Intelligent cltzens of th(i State and decided as to whether tlio .Monroe tomer. "I ain't hungry first concerns a domestic policy, and nation. Farm and Ranch. doctrine ls a fact or superstition. big man next took a long with It no foreign nation has a right The spring-bac- k knife from his pocket and to Poultry Wanted. Thy are trying (to. eliminate the began to sharpen it upon his bocj en interfere, and wo iwould be a crav people of we perrulttcli oven the 'SO cent wltoage graft for CongressWill pay in cash .the following whllje the negro stared at him la. ben suggestion of Interference. That is, if prices at poultry car, Jlaritfonl, Ky., men. We predict It wi,1 he done when wilderment. we treaty obllgattions, is it ibe average Congressman makes up "Do you know, nigger," replied the wjse,had no to the wholo country' to Saturday, April 23, 1914: is t fair 13c Hens "bit mind to amputate his own leg. bully as he whetted his "frogtstlcker. give coastwl6e boats free passage Roosters, aoung and old .. 6c mat through the canal? .Iy answer It the President is right In nssum- - "Do you Know 7 l ,wer.. into is Ducks ,...33c place across the street from l'oursno j believe these ships ought to Turkeys 'ing that there is no great amount 15c y their Just proporlon pf the of interest in the tol's question, some last n!ght and ordered a meal Just 11. Cc you suppose that penso of maintaining and operating Geese very one, and what do of those Now Jersey citizens ar,e 15c each Guineas reee voters, as (they have Just bla;k scoundrel had the nerve to yle canal. This Is the last car I will load ' elected a man with views opposite charge me?' The second question concerns our thfe season-he right8 under the treaty. To that I "I dun'no, safc." whispered to the tjlmlnlstratlon. Special prices on all Feed Stuff thoroughly frightened hJLaclc man. the tills iweck. would say there is nohlng in AV. E. ELLIS, A CLEAN UP YOUR PREMISES. "Ho charged me a quarter, the toaty, nothing in the understanding The Fed! & Produce (Merchant. The City Council has set next Tues- rascab I ought to have killed him of the treaty at 4he time It was mafle day and Wednesday as general clean on tho spot, but I didn't. I only cut that In any way restricts or limits our Unrecorded Deeds. up day for Harftord, not that you off his ears and noso and threw them absolute sovereignty in this regard, Tho following is a list of Deeds need it, but your neighbor does. Seo In his face. Sa,y, what was that Jlt-t- and the man who ls willing to accept from Jan. 1st, 1300, to date that are blto I orderefl from you worth?" to it that he dods away with those Great held In tho Ohio County Clerk's ofthe construction asserted by hesl Britain or yield to the still more mistah," came tho germ producing old cans and other fice ami are unrecorded: filth plies. Besides, look after his fating reply, "Do you all Bah think interpretation jnvolvdd Jn Ambbr Chick, to YV. E. Martin, unsightly ash heap, old broken and a dime would he too much, sah?" assenting to the demand made by the date of deed, Oct. 13, 1901. cast-otumlturo as iwcU as many Times. president, Is willing to jiay a highChancellor to X. M. Chan J. is a sprightly old phter objects all of which go to er prico for the friendship of that cellor, date of deed March 18, 11)07 likes to keep in make a bad looking town and an great country than I am willing to T. A. Evans to Hester J. Farmer, with Truly a Splendid Thing. unhealthy one for all pf us. Dr. 1). ,In next town 'ives of beef pay for tho favor of tho wholo world. date of dcel Nov. 2, 1005. Enormuos Importations F TIchenor, tlio county health of- from Argentina are being reported at "It Is Impossible for me to underMary 13. Hardin to Richard Wells, dear old lady who was Grandma's schoolmate, close inspection In vrvr frnnllnnt ficer will niako of dato of deed, Jan. 4, 11)01. nrwl If TllllV stand the Intellectual processes of whom she is very fond. all parts of town following these. be is imposHeld, Haden & Co. to L,. O. Wilhom those who insist (hat our contract tho dcalers Ciean-u- p tiays. o prepare! lor mm. ... with Great Britain Ucnlcs us the es liams, date of deed May 1st, 1000. sible the two old ladies to do much visit- In tll,H n Hereafter, tho City .Maiishal will ' Rowan Holbrook et al., to C. P. are making a good thing out of lt. sential privilege of resulatlng our mg, every day they call each enforco the city ordinance against regardless of up on Kcown, date of deed June 20, 1010. the effect this foreign domestic trade. the telephone and have the most dumping ashes, ixaper aiil oth- competition may "To repeal the exemption clause A. N. Embry to Mary E. Pitman, have in tho way of er refuse on the streets. chats. discouraging competition nniong home under tho message of tho president dato of deed Dec. 13, 1907. u W. M. Livers to Stephen Brown, stock raisers. And, Incidentally, the and to meet tho attitude which one gets more comfort and pleasure THE MEXICAN SITUATION. foriegn nation has assumed without a dato or deed Feb. 10, 1902. lirfrn In w llltlmntn pnnlinilr T of the famdy telephone than Grandma. reasscrtion of our power over coast, ,,7cuI,,a" """J"' mains Just as high as It ever was. wise shipjring Is to put the British Jacob Jackson ot al., to Trustees the crisis ong pending )ave Elk Chajiel Church Aug. 22, 1900. r svimm thng R .-ui ""-"-When you telephone smilo eo-ww.u Y L. Shultz to Alabel llerrel, date tho gilt iMged promises of our Demo- - constructon upon the treaty froever. meat at the City of Mexico lias been cratlc friends to depend upon! 1 am apjxallcd when I think of the of deed March 27, 1911. reachel. It should have been reached IThey'ro so consoling! even though consequences of tliat interpretation. Mabel Herrel to V. L. Shultz, date many months ago- - It iwas our duty "if it Is the correct one, then It of deeld March 27, 1911. there Is nothing in thorn. Wells (N. M a great nation to have interfer- Y.) AlJlrondack-Heralwould have been far better if iwe toad T. A. Ragland to T. W. Ragland, ed Jn tho Interest pr humanity, to never entered upon tho mighty enter dato of ded Dec. 7, 1905. hare stopped bloodshed, pilfer und prise. It binds us to an obligation C. R. Riley to Jarcd & Sam WilniuunrunArtD. rapine at our very door, as much as 'Which Plan Do You Prefer? that) a nation with the least ponse of liams, date of kleed May 9, 1903. 119 SOUTH PRYOR Jdea- - Open STREET, ATLANTA, OEORG.A. to have done so in the case of poor That Is the Free-Trawill not pb- cannot and Louis Rogers to Charles Blanch,Cuba fifteen years ago. Wo believe our markets free to 'foreign compe- - serve." ard, date of deed April 15, 1901. iho President was mistaken not to'tjtlon and dump a f'fxil of foreign Republican defeat of 1912,Son- Martha J. Ross to A. L. Withrow, or ueea Jan. io, 1912. j,.,,, , . , . '.. .... .. he'produds upon the people of this hav done so at the rc date of deed April 30, 1900. Alvln Rowe to Ola Porter, dato of any time. Besides you ' recognise a government country. The Republican plan, tne, cannot pass refused to Ratio Doll ParlB to ,W. W. Park, deed .April 12, 1910. title if you should desire to Uejl b Bd founded uton assassination, ,n which true Ame, date of deed April 2C, 1902. . ... . J. P. Stevens to P. G. Patton, dato out vur 1,c'w, w e na num. ann wrai uq ,a,w- recorded. Attend ,..nat hnd V. B. Morton to J. 11. Iglchcart, to th,a wlth9"t l?lay If your nimeap I ful waiting" policy has been proven admission to our markets pay for tho disaster, ho ealvl, becauso some of the date of deed Oct. 27, 1900. of deed April 2, 1913. on U11S list. to have bwn a mistaken one. To 'privilege, thereby raising revenue to men efcttbed. with tho power of of- - Ivy Williams McKlnley to Cyrus A. F. Graham to H. J. Odel, date (W. C. BLANKENSIIIP, wait while helpless people ana starv- - ruu tho Government, and Incidentally ' fin. MAftllcrul w IVMIlln ..I41i AlaA.la tnyiV- W. Williams Uato of deed Oct, of deed March 2, 1914. " ..j.,M " WW V'nffnnillnn. n Iho American "" Clerk Ohio County- - Court. ed, niurdeml and .. - 14, 1910. N. G. Patton to P. G. Patton, ms- - Tbe umWr' 7.v.!! .. ,. ""-- 1, . , whiohni.ii . -.- -. , , UVUIU nA A41U rirrwenthe duty of a great KllltlWU v,uwa-.v-...IVwv J. H. Morris to Warren Boyd, date dato of deed March 5, 1914. lUW l. fJIKHMIU" A Texas Woidir, Mfr.it l nation, as we pretend to be. do you prefer? Rockport (Ind.) Jour of S. P. FulJterson to II. p. Taylor, the primary lavs were given as of deed Dec. 15, 1909. The Texas Wonder curei, kidney ao The reason now assigned for inter- nal, two of the great factors which brought Sam Williams to Jarcd Williams, Power of Attorney, May 15, 1913. bladder troubles, dissolves" ' 'gravel, ference, taken by Itself, would be J. B. TJchenor itoM. (J. Snell, cures dltbctes. weak to Know. about tho disintegration which fol dato of Heed Oct. 3, 1903. Tkc Farmer Wants tnd UAm backe. utterly Jildefcnslble, but It ls evidentW. II. Venerable to Chas. Davis, date of decvl Nov. 13, 1911. lowed. Irheumatlwn, and all lrrdikriUea of ly the excuse rather than the cause, It's up to the Democratic party to J. D. Tucker to L. P. Dabncy, date the kidneys and date of deed April 1, 1908. bladder in both mej the President (should have a make good now. Everything the The Farm Mwit Compete. J. P. Wilson to Grant Pollard, date of deed Dec. 30, 1913. land wddwii i.i.jj united country in any event- - It does farmer has to sell brings less money Whenever the .farm becomoa profit- of deed Dec. 30, 1905. Rpyal daU),b,e8 ,n not sojd by your Ml nttter Wi much whether the fttars than for years past, while everything I able and offers creater inducement a Alvln Rowe to W. C, Knott, Idate . dnnrri ,i, . A ; . . and stripes ls saluted; it lias been ae ways com - as uiucji o ever, xie a m ilM tor of deed March 2, 1912. Wenin of wlutod hy every nation under the wanta o know the whyuess of this ' ung A. D. Porter to Olice Everly, date the n0 loager win. The weak and brutal Huorta (whichnetss, not for tho purpose of outbid ithe couri'ry for the most am- - of deed April 15, 1912. could add nothing to (lie honor of satlsfying Ii.'b lxilltlcal curiosity but hittmu m -- " nnu, , " . ...... ...... "w .,....: i """ nn n,. M. L. PhJpps to W. C. Knott, date t. .L. AiucrivuM uaii n no huuujj ure ior very vai uusiness reasons. .. - rrmii. joVnmiinp- - imn i,. toe mBnv wh. of deed May 9, 1912, ut,8 from now untU doomsday, but ilct (.lont.) Journal. 'Btace8 JO provpat ,t from C0D1,,gl 0Ja Porter tQ Wtor Knott, date the emblem of civilization, of protection to humanity, and hence onto unfurled on the Mcxl- Knter.d nrfortlln to Inw lit t)i Portoftlc can. sol!, this time, H should remain. Hforii, Ky., an mull matter of the ecind There U no hope of establishing a ttuf, permanent and successful government -- niBMFTT Frf for Ki Prnnrielor "' "" i,l"i"'i "' " r prwont oltlzcnslilp of that unfor- BARNETT. Associate Editor iUo ALLISON Hint flag Is Hertford Republican. CUMMINS PREDICTS KING QUALITY SHOES f r ' fIr I II j" I ,"""" in- t -- :-t- 'l i3 jrod-embraci- The balmy days of Spring de mand that we discard the warm high top Shoes for the coolest, com fortable Oxfords. For this demand we are well sup plied with new styles in Oxfords in all leathers as well as the good old staple styles for which there is al ways a reasonable demand. Young Men will find a splendid assortment of new things from which they can easily make a selection. i Bluchers, Buttons. Bals, Vicis, Patents, Gun Metals and Tans -- t J pre-srev- $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5. "' wi rank along witli our young men's line and the boys can wear good, Shoes as well as the We want you to see what we have Our showings in Boys' Oxfords young wen. in Oxfords for Spring. to-da- E. P. BARNES BR0. ." Beaver Dam, Kentucky. -- ex-th- is -- le "M-m-- ni Grandma's Telephone Visits GRANDMA Yj?rI' for but SMITH ut tle touch another ,,,.. .,... and It other delightful i No out l. , Cumberland Telephone d. and Telegraph Company de self-respe- ct ft - tln ".,., 1 ifo.imn...r Pftlnn taJ . A - .. .,, 'Jj5 li-ur- a ol, lt .- - pp w. ''" w, t0 ii. r'l0 "r.II u.ii.i .V i Mrs. .Too Sni'll, Concord, vn3 a cnll-o, r 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 ' I at tills office Tuesday. KY. SOLDIERS day day. Mr. ('. Y. Allen, Cromwell, was n plcaMiul cnljtr t this office yester Mr. .1. K. 'pleasant Tanner, R. 7, was n WILLJJE READY talkr ut this oflke jestcr Miss Alice Keown loTt Saturday for Owon3boro, where ulie Jias u class In ' iiiotniTiicntaJ music. If your subscription to Tho Republican Is tdue, better pay up now and get four big magazines, all ono The Entire State Militia May Go To Front. Company H. Recently Inspected v X 4 4" X- car, for only 25 cents otra. by U. S. Officer and ShowScreen Moors and wlndo.vs made ed Up Good. and guaranteed to fit. Old ones recovered ntul pitlutdJ at reasonable jiricos. See us. HARTFORD MILL CO. lltf TJio local militia company utiJcr Tho Ohio I ounty Drug Co. has command of t'apt. J. M. DoWoeso was Installed a now soda fountain, Inspected a few weeks ago and found ,llio most ccr brought to Is a thing of beauty to bo In excellent, condition. Prob It Hiirttfciil. ably tho tntiro membership would md a credit to tho town. 25c yard Our New Kancy Crepes at Mr- - James Lyons has flnlshol pa desire to go If the Stato troops oro Our Latest Figured Ratine at 25c yard pering nnd repairing tlig City Res- called ujon. It is enllsUVl up to tho taurant and his pool room. Consid- State requirements, but could take 2f)c yard Our Fancy Silk Batiste at erable Improvement has been cfcdcd 10 or 50 more in caso of active ser and the restaurant is now a credit flOc, 75c and $1.00 Our New Silks at vice. Tho equipment is nil in good to thp town. 50c up Our Fancy Collars and Neckwear We've got tho lid off on Penny sliapo and the beta could be gotten Pictures this month. Thoy are now off on short notice. 50c Our Silk Hosiery, all Shades at -- 4 for 25c uc for earh face. taxlngton, Ky April 20. The $2.00 to $15.50 Our New Style Slippers After May 2d wo quit making them. Bettor hac 'oni made now. Schroc- - three regiments of State militia con . All prices Our Now Arrivals in Millinery Kentucky National Utf stituting the ter below tho bridge. Guard aro to bo Immediately reLong Silk Cloves (Holeproof) at $1.25 Just received a carload of the cruited and cqulppjl to thejr full JJones Brand of Fertilizer. Have any standard of efficiency and placed on 50c Long White Lislie Gloves at analysis and will Bell on same terms a war footing Jn event of war wjiih 25c up 1 have heretofore sold. Fancy Collars Pins Mexico. Capt. 'E. L. D. Breckin W. E. ELLIS. ridge, military inspector for tjlie gov 25c yard Fancy Pleating 10t4 The Produce Merchant. ernment, who is here, received a Novelties in Sash Ribbons 25c A mass meeting of tho Consoli telegram early this morning from dated Tobacco Growers Association Assistant Secretary of .War Henry S. 10c Window Drapery wJU bo held at Hartford. April 25th, Ureckcnrldgo stating that orders hcl acreage been given for complete cquipmfinf reports on to receive M'. T. WESTERF1ELD, pledges. for Kentucky brigade to bo shipped These are only suggestions- - of what we carry in County Chairman. to Ft. Thomas, Ky., at once from Miss Beatrice Hayncs flias resign which point St will bo distributed to Spring Merchandise. We want your presence at our ost various regiment headquarters. ed iicr position as doputy store; we can then show you better than we can sugmaster to take effect May 1st. The vacancy will not 'bo filled at present. LIKELY TO BE FIRST. Do this and remember that IT PAYS TO gest. 20. Gen. Washington, April Miss Haynes has been connected with TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU tjie office for somo time and lias giv- Mills, chief of militia affairs, l en entire (satisfaction to the patrons, today tha the Kentucky militia MONEY. ' brlgajdo is in good bhape and up to of t'to office-.The Jocal baseball club has 'been Its required standards. Ho said he organize)! and will likely play their did not know 'what action will be first game Saturday May 2. There taken by the War Department In reco directors of the olub this spect to calling on the militia, as ar year, namoly James Lyons, W. S. that must be determined by the sit Tinsley and J. C. C'ascbLor, and thoy uation in Mexico as It develops. Gen. Wood, who iwill (he in com will usslst the manager In his duC. Her .will act as man- plete charge of the arany, Bald toties. Mr. J. day If the militia Is called on he ager and will make a gocjd ono- will give first opportunity to those Just received a carload of Arab state, organizations iwhlc' havo met Feed, the .best alfalfa feed Dn Horse the legal requirements. He will a&k " "There's a Photographer Jn, Hart- the market, puro ar-- unadulterated. states &o Bee that Ask no foreign matter. ford. Below the bridge SCHHOETER Contains the State troops are put In the field any one who has tried It and they For fine tomato and cabbage plants (wft) tell ou tho kind of feed it is. on a war footing. AccoiUlngly, KenAPRIL Ik. FRIDAY, call on H. E. Mlschke, Hartford. 3St4 WH sou tho balance or uus .weeic ni tucky will" neccssariljy be one of those first called upon. W. E. ELLIS, I havo a flno Stock of iHarnraa $37 per ton. 40U Tho Produce Merchant. B.&E. Railroad Time Table and also do repair work' Flames Swallow Old Landmark. tf S. U KINO, 'Hartford. Our old friend and neighbor, (Mr. Hartford, Ky. at About 9:30 Saturday morning fire Matthews, --lias been chosen Mr. V. H. Ferguson, of SunnydaIe, Hcber ft N. time card effective Monday program committee of the was discovered In tflu old Barnett by )iad two ribs broken Sunday when Aug. 21st. Kentucky Press Association to Jcad homestead on the Hartford and Llv. ... .. No.. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. ho was kicked by a (mule., limLn crmore road, one mile from Hartford, c a round Jauio wiscussiu.i on dally except Sunday. reEGGS Ilcr & Ulaek .wIlLpay 13c Practical Side of A Nowspapor," and, a few minutes later nothing m. por dozen cash or 15c per '.No, 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. In at fc' m mained but the glimmering o&hcs. !Adozen meeting of the Association dally except Sunday. responded to the alarm trade Friday and Saturday. June at Dawson Springs- - Tlijs is quilo tlio neighbors No, IIS South Bound due 8:45 a. m. he committee has Immediately and automobiles JoadoU Her & B'ack will have thoir third an honor but dally except Sunday. with men and fire extinguishers were Hay at the dopot Friday chosen well. No, 113 South Bound due 1:16 p. in. carload of rushed to the scene from hero they and SiiturMay. Bo sure to conic. Tho entertainment by Hartford Ten were too late and had to be content dally except Sunday. buc-ceYou can got four splendid maga- No- - U'J at tho court house iwas a and a H. 13. MISCHKB. Agt. with saving tho from qvcry stand point. TJio ad very zines ono year for UG cents extra "by few of tho other things Sir. Har en renewing your subscription to Tho dress by Hon. D. P. Markey was lan Tlclienor was living in the old joyed by all and ho proved himself Republican. over liouso at tho tlmo pf th fire, .which tq bo ono of the beat orators was, caused by a defective flue, and Wo have adde.o a lino of Hani-war- o JuaiVi here. After tho program at lost practically all of his household to our stock, so bo suro ito call Hio court Iiousq tho Maccauccs furniture, amounting to $700 or $l0O. beforo buying. to ,tho hall arjl we.ro still Thoro was no Insurance. ILER & iBLACKJ press hour-- ' In session at our This houso was one of many "whiflh Is Again on Hand With v 111 open Baso IkiII season of Forest City, stood on or near tho Bamo spot, but Mr. May 2d, at Hartford, k don't Ark., a New Stock of and Miss Alice Bcjlio Poan iwcro by no means in its fall to call ion llor & Black for any murrkld at the homo of tho forido at It. however, was infancy, having beon 'bull In 1850. thing 'n that line. Ross Landing on Rough river Wed- Tho sail upon which Hills old dwelTho highest bargain no have over nesday morning at 9:30 o'clock, Rev. ling stood was bought by Alex Barnett The offered our subscribers is The Re- W- - S. Wheeler officiating. AND from Gov. Garrard, second Governor publican and four magazines, all ono brldq Is a tlauglitcr of Mr. L. Poan of Kentucky, in 1790 pajylng 10 cents year, for only $1.25. white tho groom is a prosperous Um per aero for Jt, there being 1,000 acres Ilcr & Block carry everything In ber man. Thqy left immediately alter' and It has remained in tho Bamott tho Chicken Feed line, isuch as iHcn the ceremony to make their future family continuously since. Among Food, Little Chick .Fowl, Charcoal, homo In Arkansas- old tho .valuables lost In the fire ,were a At the Fred Woerner Grit, Mussel Shells, &c. An account of iUie marriage of Mr, compass and a tomahawk possessed stnd, Center street.Hartford, to by Alex Barnett when the rod man If you will subscribo to The Re Cecil Barnard, near Harftord, ' next door to Ohib County Drug v; publican for ono lycar we will send MJs Mary B. Wlljlams, Beaver Dam, roamed among the surrounding foryou four monthly magazines for only which, occurred pn the 8th. inst. as ests that have long since yielded to Will furnish and trim Co. left out of our laist issue by over the, hand of the white farmer. These 25 cants extra. style at your hat in the latest sight. These popular young people relics were valued very biahfy by the U- - Barnes visited his (son i .Mr. .W. ot the most reasonable rates. - were married by ttov. James Jama few remaining Barnett ancestors G'.pnn, who to a student; at Vendergin and werp given an elegant re the original owner. Everything new and hilt Training School at EUcton, Kf., cepMon ?jt ihe home, pt the groctma Tabs o'd toujldlng In itself was "worth Let us show you. las Saturday and Sunday. a .father, Otr. E. tP Barnard, where pnaoticaljy nojthng. Its Wayp as Black & Blrkhead have Just (place were nearly spent; they will make their home for tho dwelltog eolved a carload OX Binders, Mowers, present. mlt as one old citizen who passes there Rakes, Cora Drills, Disc Harrows, Jas. N- - Norrls.Scai &, Co., having regularly on , his way to market.was Ma- - G. B. Likens, of Frankfort, Js 39U Cultivators and Sisal Twine. withdrawn from (business from tho heaild to sj$-- it don't seem natural ottcBilng court. Wo liavo in stock the greatest States oX Indiana and Kientucky, ' a and he bald that wihen iDo pa&es now A Complete Une of Base Ball lino of Paints, Oil, Varnishes over new company known as Two States lie is Drone to turn his head, that 1LER ts. BLACK. Goofes. carrU)J in Ohio county, If In the Poultry Co., has been incorporatoa he. may not 030 vacant tho mark iWhlch great stock remedy. market, see Ihuttord, Mill Co., be- and has .taken charge of all. their has so long beon familiar to plsgaie. BALVET, the ilU houses la the said States and wJjl 30tt fore purchasing. ..Bee' U.' S. Carscn, Hartford. FiblicSale. Aliases Napier and Boulton, the continue the buslnas at all 'the Vtar Service, cleanliness and On' "Saturday ,May 2 at 10 o'clock ' latter, of Bowling Green, students at houses as heretofore. The capita) City Restaurant. vlalt Logan College at RussolviHe, bpent stock ot the new oonporalton Is a. m. at my resldneoe in Hartford, ., Uii Napier la 1 " tj public Saturday and Sunday' (with Miss Na lleadqu&rte.m will be at Ky., I will offer tor afc 25,000. !ttK parpooaee on Mulberry St. pier's mother toere. ' Our local SroT auaUoa-- a Jqt of hooseMoJd'furalfcwe, New Albany, lud- on 'AaterJcan Wire Fnoe-e- st I want to dlsposo of tho balance duce merchant, (Mr. .W, E. Ellis, ihas two Dtanos. "medical and literary Hmy stock of Corn Drills, Broak' taken tjodc in thte torpornon and 'jlrry, Jot pf Jsurgfical instruments, earth ForaalebyU.'S.-.Carson- . of agent for tho fa- lug Plows, Disc Harrows, Double haa .be&n elected AS one Of the dl office fixtures, operating cnair, inc. U. S. Carson v the Also bugtfy anil harness. Term: f Car Cultivators, 11- - reutors, and to treasurer Shovels, Flye-Toomous American Wire Fencing. G patronage ex- and under cash, over twelve Any d will sell corporation. - of ScotUivUle. tooth liymwp, &C, Wri K' C .Naploappreciat- months notes, with approved security-MINNItended will be greatly same at avlefr' tow priotf,' B. 1 the guest of his broker. Rev. V. WEDDING, Admx. 40U ed. S. L. KING; "Hartford. Utf. I te -- For the Spring days uro Ford days. The Ford is the car to boost your business .and broaden your pleasure, start the new season right buy an economical Ford. Cars in stock at Beaver Dam and Central City. 5 2 Passenger Car $550,00 Passenger Car and and freight freight $500,00 BARNES AUTOMOBILE ( INCORPORATED) GO CENTRAL CITY, KY. GOOD S P UNDER GARMENTS W, AT UNDER PRICES Hartford Republican. ys e. satis-.SacUo- B, fea-te- "" "BrEnKk " w MjiHr v thei-ovemorB-- fl 1. -- - .. VI V l UNDERBUYING ENABLES SELLING. US TO DO UNDER- WE BUY IN BIG QUANTITIES .'AND GET WE GIUE A LITTLE PRICE. THE LITTLE PRICE. OUR to FILMY. BEAUTIFUL IN DESIGN. UNDERMUSLINS QUALITY AND DEPART- WILL PLEASE YOU , 1- PRICE. MENTS. OUR FURNISHING MEN GOODS FOR BOTH AND WOMEN. ARE , STRONG ONES WITH US. JUST COME IN AND , ss gs SEE WHAT OUR GOOD STORE SELLS: YOU WILL BUY. Miss Poppie Nail cd Sat-unla- y, ock, Ira-Matl- MILLINERY CARSON Si CO. INCORPORATED. TRIMMINGS Hartford, Kentucky. It All Looks Alike MAGAZINES OF ALL KINDS Ordered by ILER to some people, but not to us, and not to the stock that eat it. Our knowledge, backed ft perience enables us to SELECT THE KIND OF HAY that contain the greatest amount of nourishment, and thatt hafl beetx toy & BARNETT Agents ILERS; GROCERY or , ; yeara ex- REPUBLICAN OFFICE Mall Orders Givei Froaft .v Swaje-hayi- s price. We can' furnWi good hay prices- - diar?atrany at Atttttloi. reuwnable 1 th W. E. ELLIS ' I j. c? ILER ALUSONBAnNETT W.rNlcr, tite Th Produe Merchant HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY .a .IaV LMfa. - foj Brw-m.- ; n.Hft.usn.-EW'o- iHtj.HlM.lWUWIBIMllWIWfMWI'WW' - BURIED UNDER PAPERS. &icz Is it possible there is a woman in this country who continues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial after all the evidence that is continually being published, which proves beyond contradiction that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffering among women than any other one medicine in the world ? We have published in the newspapers of the United States more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been published in the interest of any other medicine for women and every year we publish many new testimonials, all genuine and true. Here are three never before published : From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I. TnoviDENCE, For the benefit of women who suffer ns I have E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound fcas done for me. I did some heavy lifting and the doctor said it caused a displacement. I have always been weak and I overworked after my baby was born and inflammation bet in, then nervous pros- 's tration, from which I did not recover until I had taken Lydia L. Vegetable Compound. The Compound is my best friend and when I hear" of a woman with troubles like mine I try to induce her to take your medicine." Mrs. S. T. Kichmoxd, 100 Waldo Street, Providence, It. I. Ii. done Pink-Iiam- I." I wish to state what Lydia A Minister's Wife Writes: Cloquet, Mixn. "I have suffered very much with irregularities, pain and inflammation, but your wonderful medicine, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, has made me well and I can recommend nie Akeuman, co Rev. the same to all that are troubled with these complaints." Mrs. JenK. AKEnjiAN, Cloquet, Minnesota. D. Murdoch, Quincy, Mass. The doctor said that I had organic trouble and he doctored me for a long time and I did not get any relief. I aw Lydia h.. linkuam's Vegetable Compound advertised and I tried it and found relief before I had finished the first bottle. I continued taking it all through middle life and am now a strong, healthy woman and earn my own living." Mrs. Jane D. From Mrs. J. Socrn Quincy, Mass. MimDocn, 25 Gordon St., South Quincy, Mass. fMEMTrlte to LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. WW Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS.,foradvice. siA'SnSiiMXEP'' NARROW ESCAPES Hudson Maxim Has Figured In Some Perilous Incidents. LUCKY AT CHEATING On On DEATH. Gun Tatting Occasion a Sudden Impulse to Run, Which He Obeyed) Was the .Means of Saving His Life A Magazine That Got Its Second Wind. One of tbc most thrilling adventures In my experience took place :it the gov- ernment proving grounds at Sandy Book. N. J., when tbu United States government was tc&ting uiuxlnilte before adopting It Near a light frame building In which J was filling hliclls with m.ixlmlte, a ten inch gun was being tested. A number of shots had been tired from the big gun. Just us I had concluded my work and started for the wharf to take the government tug for New York, the elgualMvus sounded for another shot. J was walking along a stretch of railway track directly behind the gun. At that Instant I remembered that several years before, when one of these jjuus wus being tested, the brecchlock had blown out. pasted through the bombproof and killed i1. olliccis and men. but I urgued with myself that the chanco was Infinitely remote that the .brcecblock would be blown out of the present gun on this discharge at the very instant I was In range, but upon n sudden impulse I ran with all my might. The gun Mas discharged. I looked round just In time to seo the huge breecbloek pass through a building near ibe one In which I had been at work. It came up the track, striking and breaking one of the rails over which I fead passed. It ricocheted against the top of the old graulte fort and glanced Jilgb into the air. A shower of stones sd debris fell over a wide urea and many fragments struck the ground .close to me. I walked back to tbc scene of the accident and found that the windows In bad been filling waxlmlto shells were completely riddled with partly burned cylinders of smokeless powder that had been blown from the gun. I once bad another curious experience at Sandy Hook during some trials pf toe Maxim automatic machine gun. Among the severe tests to which 'the gnu was subjected was one Intended to ' simulate what might occur lu making landing upon the seashore, where the Mechanism of the gun might get Oiled ,wlth sand. The test Is known as the 1 the little building where The gun being tested at the time was f Ibe kind using black gunpowder cartridges, for It was before the of smokeless powder. There so much energy in the recoil of Jfcejbarrel that a great deal of sand Intro-sfrcUe- n "MB test" couia he thrown Into the mectmisni without Interfering with the working of the gun. The commanding officer did not arrive to see the gun fired until after the board In charge had completed the test. He then appeared mid demanded that the firing should be continued for his benefit. The chairman of the experiFully Explained. mental board demurred, saying that "When and why did James G. Blaine the gun bad passed through the test get his sobriquet, the Plumed Knight?" admirably and that It was too bad to asked the Boston Globe man. who fire It more than was absolutely necessary, with its mechunlni tilled with needn't think everybody has forgotten that Blaine was a candidate for the sand. But the commander insisted. A schooner was approaching near Republican nomination for president In Inger-soi- l the line of tire. The commander said 1S70 and that Colonel Robert G. In placing his name before the nahe only wanted to see a few rounds tional convention launched the sobritired und that the firing would be completed before the schooner would come quet thus: "Like an armed warrior, within range. Accoidiugly a belt of like a plumed kulght. .lames G. Blulue 333 rounds was inserted, and the firing marched down the halls of the Ameribegun. After perhaps fifty rounds were can congress and threw his shining fired the command was given "Cease lance full and fair against the brazen firing." but the gun kept right on. It forehead of every defumer of this afterward proved that the trigger was country and ru aligner of its honor." (Business of looking wise and patting blocked by sand, so that it was Impossible to stop the gnu. The schooner ourself on the chest) Manchester came into range, and the bullets flew Union. over and nrouud her. Woes of an Old Time Writer. My assistant, who was firing the gun, High among unconventional writers did his best to work the trigger and stop it. It did not occur to Mini ou the stands William Prynne. a Loudon JourInstant to tinlluiber the gun mid swing nalist in the days when there were no It round so as to bring the schooner journals, days when a bulky pamphlet out of range. As the gun fired ut the took the place of a letter to oue's farate of "."( shuts a minute the tiring vorite newspaper. Prynne published about 200 of such pamphlets and is wus all uver Inside half n uiluute. Fortunately no damage was doue. said to havo averaged it sheet of mint When the same gnu was undergoing u 'a day throughout bis life. And he sand test at Annapolis. Md 1 euiue worked In a quilt cap coinlug out his eyes to shield them from the light, and very near being killed by It. The gun had passed successfully stuck at his table nil day, being served through a severe sand test, but the with n roll and n pot of beer every three hours. And he reaped the reutlleer In charge wanted to see whether he could put enough sand Into the ward of his literary efforts in the gun to stop it. So he had the guu box branding nnd pillory and ear cropping filled full. The gun fired about 150 that every political writer risked In rounds und then stopped. My assistant that age. threw down the safe that Is to say, Honesty In Golf. locked tbc trigger, so that It could not The sooner a boy, or a man for tbat be pulled and began clearing the gun matter, learns to live up to the n.utto box. Thinking that the gun was safe, I "Honesty Is the best policy" In golf, was Just about to step round lu front as lu other things, the better for him. of It. Suddenly it fired a dozen or There is no game which gives a commore s'bots so close to me that my petitor a better opportunity to cheat clothes were seared by the powder But for (hat very reason there is no game In' which the cheat, when disgases. Uue of the tests made nt Annapolis covered, as It usually Is sooner or later. was to Ore a Maxim gun vertically Is looked upon with greater contempt. Francis Ouimet In St Nicholas. into the air. We bad fired a couple of hundred shots in this manner, when something struck very near us. It Complicated. then occurred to the otllcer lu ehargo "You must stop worrying nnd tako a that what goes up must necessarily holiday," said the suave practitioner. come dowu. Firing ceased, mid wo. "My dear doctor." replied the Irritasought cover for it tvw minutes' to ble patient. "If I could get my affaire avoid the leaden ruin. Iludsoii Maxim Into a shape tbat would permit me to In Youth's Companion. take a holiday I'd be so relieved that I wouldn't need one." London Opinion. The best remedy for w roues done u is to forget them. Syrus. Net Due Yet "Does your wife ever nag you?" asked-tie Brat walking gentleman. "Ho'.' answered the second. "We're oaly. been narrled a year., She calls Par Imfuti mi OUUtm. it coaxing so far." Cleveland Plain ThiKWYwKlNAffjjimHW Dealer. s Litter nnd Flrea Life In De Quincey's Homo Was Lively. De QuinceyV greatest extravagance grew out of the moibld value lie set upon papers and their not being disturbed. He was in the habit of accumulating these until, In Ills own words, he was "snowed up." wlil h meant that when mutters leitehed sii h all extremity that there was not a square Inch of mom ou the table to set a cup upon nnd no possibility oi making lib bed for the weight of papers gathered there: no ehnlr wtihli could be used for its legitimate purpose, and the trn k from the door to the urcpl.ice. always kept open riuil the last, was completely obliterated so tint lie had not even place In wliuli to set his foot then Pc Qulncey 1m the door upon his paper treasures and turned elsewhere. At his death there woie nt len- -t u half dozen su H placet "papered" by Iilm nnd being maintained nt no .small expense. Such u thing hud been experienced as his actually "papering" his family out of house, but In later years his daughters learned how to guatd against such a contingency De Qulncey usually spent the evenings with his family, who looked forward to these hours with much pleasure. Upon the arrival of the newspaper he would render the news lu his own quaint manner, questioning the various members of the group about him and Illuminating the various subjects touched upon with a wealth of memories, good stories or human experiences until the happiest flow of real conversation sprang from the circumstances of the moment. Ho was not a tranqulllzing companion for nervous persons to live with, ns those nights were the exceptions on which he did not set lire to something It was a common occurrence for one of his daughters to look up from her work and to say casually, "Papa, your hair is on fire!" to which he would casually. "Is It. my love?" and n hand rubbing out the blaze was all the . notice taken. On one occasion when the maid rushed in to announce that Mr. de Quincey's room was on lire, ho hastened to the rescue of his already "snowed up" npartmejit. refusing nil suggestions that water be poured upon his Armed with a treasured .papers. heavy rug he disappeared Into the burning room determined to conquer without water or perish in the attempt, while the members of his affrighted household trembled for his safety outside the door, locked to prevent the abhorred water from being poured in. Presently, after occasional bursts of smoke and a very strong smell of fire, all were assured that the danger was over, the victor emerged triumphantly from bis fight with the flames, and the dreaded element having been subdued for the evening all retired in a state of thankfulness. From Caroline Ticknor's "Hawthorne and His Betweon d Directory County Ohio -- J3 "j d ir xc r,sr ii& ;pOWHMIl 1 HOTELbrAMERiCAW IDfAlS; In a city where cood hotels bound, the Powhatan heads the lut. It it first In the hearts of its I countrymen. II1 Iifi4 YTf I I I Circuit Court T. P. lllrkhea;d, V. Judgo; Ben I). RIngo, Attorney; 1. .Mldklff. Jailer; 13. 11. Hnrrass, Clerk; 13. 13. Ulrkheail, Master It. T. Collins, Trusteo Jury Kuiul; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Hartford, Deputies -- a. A. Ilruteher; office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown ntid Ullniore Keown. 'Court convenes first Monday in February nnd continues three weeks; third Monday lu, April, two weeks; third Moudn In two weeks. County Court John B. Wilson, 'Judge; YV. C. Blnnkenship, Clerk; 12. C. Smith, Attorney, Hartford, Court convcnts first Moiulso' lu each month. ' on the Quarterly Court Uigins first Mommy in ev rj month, Court of Culms Convenes first Tuesday In January anil first Tups- day In October. Other County Officers C. S. ! Mo-loy, 7s Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD. KY. practice bis profusion In Ut) Will and adjoining counties. CoiiiiimtcImJ and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Barnes M(rrs. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith The Towhatan u reined, ami restful. Its ixccl-lelocation on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II btrcct, makes it a desirable l.ead.pm. lers (or bridal, eoujte, toi'nst Iartic, conventions, Schools and , colleces. The Fouhalan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, atso to rran? of historical points interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offers recms with detached bath at $1.50, 52.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50, S3.C0 and up. Write for booklet uith map, ForVlsillle, U., II. F. I). No. II; Tom llliifs, Assessor, Olaton, Ozna .Sluilts, Superln-iteuden- t, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Ulley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton, Survejor, K; mid C. 13. W. II, H.ini Sml!.h announce Mint Uivy lmvo form-- a IKirUit?h!ji for the gotteral practice of law, eicipt criminal and dlvxr o.wsvf, Mr. Smith being County Attorney Is fruit practi'clng mich ecas-js- . Mr. Buriioj will Individually accept such prnctlo-i- . In OffIc Hartford Republican building, Hert- pi!nUl Road Engineer, Hartford. - ford, K" i -. JUSTICES- COLRTS. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, ilanagcr. innmnnMniLnriiirE IsMI nil, 3e I Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after ."Id Monday in .March, Tuesday after ad Monday In Juno, Tuesday after 3d Monday in September, Tuesday after Oil .Monday In December. U. A. McDjnlel, Roekport, Friday after Sd Monday In .March, Friday after 3d Monday in June, Friday after 3d .Monday In September, Friday after 3d Monday In De cember. S. YV. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday nftcr 3d Mondaj lu March,, Wednesday after 3d Monday lu June, iWiHnesdny after 3d Moifday In September, Wednesday alter 3d Monday In December. R. C. Tlchi'nor, Ccntcrtown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In each -- ARTHUR ASSOCIATED Attorney at Law - D. KIRK " KY. .- HARTFORD, WITH M. I,. 1113AVRIN This offleo Is equipped for handling Commercial Law and Collection Items ns well ns other ienl and litigated matters. Practice In all the courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrln'u Office. iT.WADESTRATTON CROMWELL, - KY. Attornoy at Law HAVE YOUR SLITS IllUlllll I Cleaned i Pressed Dye- sji CASTOR I A u Bears the Signature of ffi Imaginary evils noon become real men by Indulging reflections on tbetn. work. mules and vember. cows need not die for want of Ben W. Taylor, Ifelph, Friday after 2d Monday In .March, Friday after Calls answered attention. 2d Monday in May, Friday after :id day or night. Monday in August, Friday after 2d uonuay m Aovemner. IIARTFOKD POLICE COURT. ! Veterinary Surgeon j. -- . .uarun, juago; .Mcuowell A. Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Ky. Hortforcl, Hartford Pressing Clill). Marshal; Court convenes secon)d Monday In each month. GUSTHER 15LDU.,CENTEK ST. City Council J. C. Her. Major; R. T. Collins. Clerk; J. K. Bean, TreasHA.RTFORD, KY. urer. Members of Council J. C. Utti-net- t, Capt. A. D. White, A. 13. Pate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yclser, W. II. Gillespie. School Trustees J. D. Dul;e. ChairThe National Weekly man; R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. K. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services Until this year Collitt' t has been morning and evening eveny first and (sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH.V jolil at $5.50. Now third Sunday in each month. Sunthe price is $2.50 day school t:43 a. in. Prayer meetand uchave secured ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. aconceision whereU. W. Napier, pastor. c can offer it by Baptist Church Services morning at a Mill further anJ evening every second and fourth reduction in conSunday In each month. Sunday school nection with this u.Mo a. m. Prayer mooting every Wedpublication. , nesday evening, ltov. A. S. Pcttle, Feci ripht all the time. Don't lay ofl pastor. Special Offer to Our Readers from work for days by taking calomel Christian Church Services every keeps you third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x the crrai demand for CtUirr'i at on your feet, whilorclievingyour troub- mil 7 p. ni. Sunday bchool 9:30 a. in. the new price. ucliate made nrrauccnicnts to rtTcr it nnd our imn publication each one car le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Elder Gwlnn, pastor. lor the price l CofiVr'saloue. 'Mm isalimilrd take anything else. You can't afford cITer and must he taken advantage of promptly. SECRET SOCIETIES. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A nat- M.Hartford Loilge No. G7r, F. and A. What You Get in Colli t s incota ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in cacli ever) flnt S.Monday night . month. Stevens, W. Collitt t h the one Inc. indepr ndenl, fcarlrii in its effect and certain in results. It uceMyof the wlole country Nut only a the will M.; Owun Hunter, Secretary. won't bo long before eooil citizen' liamlliook hut it m also n Hartford Chapter No. SI O. 13. S. completely displace calomel in ever. lor the whole (jmily Among the home. Children can take it freely an meets overy second and fourth Montliincs that a car'i tuuscriptum Kite arct with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar- day evenings, .Mrs. J. H. Williams, ' 1O00 Editorials anteed. EOc and 1 in bottles. None W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. P-- ; COO Now, Photos genuine without the likeness and signa- Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. 2SO Short Articles Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knight 150 Short Stories L. K. Grigsby. For sa!o by ture of 100 Illustrated Teaturrs of Pythias meets overy Tuesday oven-inJ. II. WIU.IA.MS, - Hartford, Ky. 2 Complete NorcU Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. Collier's Hedrlck, K. of R. & S. $2.50) Bofw.r.J, Hartford Tent No. OD. K. O. T. M. Hartford Republican moots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, RecoiU Keeper. Aciuo Lodge No. 3311 I. O. O. F. moots every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. it. licdriclc, Secretary. 202 W. Hartford W. I Succeed when everything else fails, meets everyCamp No.and fourthO. Sat second J In nervous prostsatioa and female urday nights In each month. Tom ruiuic5c9 incy are ine supremo Williams, Council Commander; W. C. 71 remedy, as thousands have testified. lf,rill LrWallaco. Clerk. FOR KIDNEY,LIVERAND Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., S . kold neiil? STOMACH TROUBLE meets every first and third Friday f- reliability nearly 40 In the United States" nJ "r cityand , town uiicu. more so d k is the best medicine ever soti nights in each month. Airs. Attyo ..-, ,,,,, . than any other make. Send tor iice catalogue. over a druggist's .counter. Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. H. McCAWS MAGAZINE 13. Mlschlie, Lady Record Keeper. . Alore tul)crririri Sim. . il Keystono Chapter No. 110, R. A. m,g,,.n.-n,i- m &, M est styles patterns,fZZ&'i meets overy thliU Saturday night dressmaking. inlUlnTry! In each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, good stories, etc. w. s. Tinstey, Secretary. year (wortK double). Including a fre. SfiiV." .suDscrnse today, or send lor sample copy. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. Tho most economical, clcnnslng and tVONDEBFUI. INDUCEMENTS ' State, Officers President, J. II. to Arena. Postal bring germicidal of all antiseptics Is Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presi I andncc,r,p,I0offerJ Address ciUIoeue dent, J. II. Buruey, Muhlenberg Co.; k Hcciu new teu Secretary & Treas.. S. B, Robertson. Calhoun, Ky..; Organizer, T. II. Bal- niaiti, Hartford, Ky. Members State Executive Boar- dA soluble AatittDtic Powder to Bon Watson, Webster county; J. W. ANB Daviess county; 11 (Jury CURE THK J, UfiQS be dissolved m water as needed. Dunn,county; E. I. Ray, llurdlij Plrtle, counOhio As a medicinal antlaoptic for douches. ! ty: C. G. Davcnpontt, AVarren county. WITH In treating catarrh. Inflammation or.1 Ohio County Officers S. L. Stevulceration of nose, throat, and tbat ens, President; Henry Plrtle, Seccaused by feminine ills It has no equal. retary; S. 1. Bennett, Treasurer. ror ten years tne Lydia E. PInkhanr COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Oena Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtlne. In their private correaDondenen with Ky. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. women, which proyes Its superiority. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsllle, Ky. "Women who have been cured Bay 1AM ALL THROAT sun i iiua i7Z iZ Ky. it Is "worth Us weight la gold," At 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, 4. II. O. Autry, Baizetown, Ky. druggists. SOc. larca'box. nr hv mnll C. E. G.' Austin, Prentiss. aan u m ujed, The Paxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. 6. J. L. Brown, Roekport, Ky. -- special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and Will nrncticc his profession In this Tuesday and adjoining counties. Collections, Monday In Auirtist. Tims- - Commercial and Criminal Practice a after klay after I'd Monday In November. Prompt Specialty. und vigorous w. s. Dean, Dundee, after tho second Monday In service. March, Wednesday after Oil Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August, Wednesday after 2d Monday in November. Hen F. ItiCO. Ftolilsvlllo Tnmul.iv I PREPARED after 2d Monday In March, Thursday after 2d Monday In Jt.iv. Thurs- ii'day after 2d Monday In August, To do any kind of Veterina- .after id Monday Winson i'u 3d Smith, aucr in March, TuesJay Select, .May, Tuesday .Monday in Wod-ncjsd- M -- inursuay uuer m .Monday In No- ry Horses, W. H. RILEY Collier's Collie USE LI V-VER-- First Time in Clubs For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. g. in j.Z.5U Bitters metric 1r J ye-ri- - -.- -- Jffi SPECIAL TO WOMEN I c. aiw.7su KILLTMCOiinu Dr. King's Niw Discovery FMCSffii fflh. 22rO.ATiaA0X0i THE CHURCH TO BE THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA. GASTORIA For Infanta and Children. A ROYAL DIADEM Thi Church Is Jehovah's Pe- The Kind You Have culiar Treasure. Divine Purpose In Calling the Church. "A Peculiar People" "Not Many Rich" "Not Many Learned" "Not Many Noble" "Chiefly the Poor of This World" "Rich In Faith" Heart Condition the Basis of Selection. Mounting the Cutting, Polishing, Jewels Cod's Workmanship to Be Lessons to Angels and Manifested Men. AnrlMD. Pastor nussell's discourse Unlay wits based on the text: "Thou shult nlso bo a crown of Blory In the hand of the Lord, and a royal d I it d e m In the hand of thy God." -I- MfUg pa StlM 63 M ALCOJIOl, 3 PEK CKNl'1 AVcSelaWcPrcparallonror Always Bought Bears the Signature of sfrni aiihcfbofaixIRotf ng (lie Stomachs aMDovefs4 fCf nV Rgra. V Promotes nigpslion.Ckcrfid-H- c ncss and ltest.Conlalis INOT NARCOTIC. ncittur fcsS M Optimt Morphine norHucral. JtKpeorMDtSMWmiZl ESS'' JT. D Vt In ft! PViflOl ftrpmml- - uhftau!iha I ES2lf BjSft Hps GbSS; W7riw5Kr. Apcrferl Remedy IbrConsflpa Worms,Coimilsions.FcTris!i kJ. o se lion. Sour SIomacIi.Ularr!iwi fcjffq . 2ft ncsaniulLossorSLEK't'. Facsimile Signature of For Ovsr mm Kg? ti&tffiI - NEW YORK. Thirty Years D3g(Y ..nranWriiinrfcrlrteroodajV aaHJHLtaBAiIUjtaJaaa Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMff CCNTAUM CO MP NT, NCHf Yt CITY. 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We guarantee to furnli ou a taller piano for the money thin you can piano. r piano house. Ton pay no eiah doun. but after 30 days of trial. ou ran U'eln payiiirnt on the low-ea- t, ejtlrt ternu ecr au;:etrt by a piano minufai-turer- . Ihrae term ore arraioil to auit your courcntcicv. and it li possible for you to liy a pWi for your heme, without , nlulrc tin r.inuy, oiarcK Hrrrr SUrrk Nano U rucnMred for 15 .vrara. Tkua guaraat- - tut imcIc ot it our 35 years of plana erpprimce, and the reputation rf an mpoiulble 2nd Hand lircalns l.nc-- s Playtr-Mai- M 10 Fret Musk etandard miles tal.cn in exchange for new Starck Pianoa and Player- - 1'lanoa. Th follow. Ins are a few sample bargains i ant We hare constantly on baud uumbei A IIfc'htI.- - used second-hanpianoa ot aU Limns Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball $110.00 92.00 90.03 the beat and timtt beautl. ful Player Cianoa on en narket. 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SEND YOUK MAIL OUDEltS TO US thoy will bo iiromptly and carefully filled from tho best stock of Jhiiors In Owensboro. Your chaucw on the free barrol of whlsUoy will bo enclcwdd with your shipments. Ask for our prlco list. It contains just what ou want. . 310 6k CO., R. R. LANCASTER OWENSBORO, KY. 3rd Street, . . t "Old W. S. Stone." "I'romler l'uro," "Old Quality," Wines, Gins, Cordials. Etc. Pino DrarMles, J OVER 60 YCARS EXPERIENCE iLiWJlW nmmir.. i.t. Backbee'a "Full ot Life" Northern Graaa Pedigreed Seeds lmu a leuutation o( ASycaraoi jucctsful seed growiui; bedud them. It pays la Hani the eScAMiuablu Speclaltl- SEEDS HUANS ltt. Tiiadc Marks HrilflNt faWBIAUTI air ... Earliest Red Valentine . . Kcfiifiec lixtra Karly , . Nevvbtrlnclebs l,tenPod , Wa'duell'slniu. Kidney Wax fktt Is New White Wax. . . Wax . Cunic'a Kuit J aA.llJlAII niafl A a wlMuolkt, irltlioaiW;, lathe ritoMU take" JKiU Jlunn AUTrecctr. Sclent., ic JfnerkaH. . Cl... ....... i. iM...irid waeklr. I arvett clr. aras Tt w sm w:h JsstiAi trj Hxtra Haily fj 50 Bushel New IUtly Grailus . , , , ts jo Bushel liorslord't Market (iardeil . Iiso Bushel BucLbtc'ss I.lj;htniiig Lapiesi j 00 Bushel tattuce, lUdlah, Tomato and a full line ol jrciu, I'laiitsauil Bulua at lowest growing pifea. tknl (or complete catalogue or tutmlt a list m your icfjuircinrms and UI quote pru-ca- . Buy direct from the erou er Save Muutv. Write today. Mention this paper. rCAs Alaska ... fj.70 Ja.jo U .7 J M jo Jj is fjjo Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel iimdaoJawYOti sH,WaUlou,Jti H. W. BUCKBEE The Pastor Introduced his distPASTORKPSSEtd course with the statement that tho call of the Gospel Ae Is sep.irnte and apart from the salvation provided for the world In the next Asc. During the Gospel Age God has been gather Ing out of the world it class which lie royal tllndom not declares shall be on Ills head, as If an added glory, but In Ills hand, representative of power. Ily manifesting what He has done with the Church. Jehovah will show forth Ills own praise. In that He will reveal features of Ills character never before exhibited. The permission of sin, the Pastor maintained, has given opportunity for God to develop Ills great Plan for the eradication of evil. The Almighty could easily have prevented Satan from bringing sin Into the Universe; but lie foresaw the glorious results which lie will eventually accomplish through the permission of evil. Therefore lie did not. Interfere when Satan tempted our first parents, but permitted all mankind to be born In an Im, perfect and sinful condition. Then the Pastor showed how Adam's disobedience brought deflth Into the world. He next explained how Jesus' death guarantees the cancellation of Adam's penalty, and the establishment of the Messianic Kingdom for the recovery of the race from sin and death. To assist the Redeemer In the great work of human uplift, he asserted, God purposed to select from amongst mankind n Church class. So n call went forth for those who would separate themselves from the World, take up their cross and follow Jesus. "Zealous of Good Works." Pur nearly nluetecn centuries, the Pn.stor declared, God has been gather-luthis people from vacuus nations. As the Apostle tells us, tlk'se tire "a peculiar people. zea,lousof good works." These good works, the speaker claimed, arc not the building of hospitals, asylums, schools, etc., but the same kind of good works lu which our Lord engaged nt His First Advent The Scriptures assert that Jesus "went about doing good." In line with this la the Apostle's Injunction, "Do good unto all men, especially to the Household of Faltu." Pastor Kussell then pointed out tho qualifications which constitute the basis of selection. God desires those whoso hearts are right Here the speaker digressed a little to explain that this does not mean that the are to be thrown to devils and roasted to-- all eternity. God Is not premeditating evil against even those who enemies-throug:ire-Hwicked works, but Is merely calling a class to ass'lst tjje Redeemer In recovering mankind from sin and death conditions. According to the Scriptures, the Pastor declared, God is not now choosing many rich, learned nnd noble, to constitute the Church class. The rich have plenty to satisfy their hearts, and therefore do not feel their need. The Intellectual rather look down upon the average 'of humanity as not knowing any better than to believe tho story of man's fall uud other lllble stories, tie ileplored the fact that the world In what they think Is wisdom Ignore God's Yon.,.lu which Ills Plan for tuttn's recovery from degradation, sin .mil death Is closely connected with uml (he letlcmptlou efthe fall fected by Jesus' death on Calvary. Whoever omits this part of the Itlbte loses the connecting link, nnd cannot pcrcelvo God's Plan of salvation. The lllble that not pinny noble arc culled. The xpuuker uliowcd that know that they tire the morally above the uerage. mid thcio-for-e have a selfMiilslled fooling which prevents their realizing their ueed of a Savior. "Yo Ara Hit Workmanship." The .Pastor next discussed the class whom God has accepted mid forgiven through J twits'- bloo4. As the work of the Holy Splilt gee mi lu tbelr hen Is, they become noble barnctcrs. Nubility of heart Is what God desires loyalty U Illiu, to to truth, Ui the bietbrcu. The speaker likened the Lord's; work hi tliM class to that of the lapidary. As 11 diamond properly cut will radiate the glut lea of I lie sunshine, n Cod's jewels, when cut uml pollxhtsl. will ihotv forth Ills iimWc. ,ln the Plrt Resurrection thee Jewels will be jionnted In the gold of the Divine and pluced lit God's diadem. 11 g non-elect is n noble-inludotiaus-forming 1 right-wusnesuu-lu- mkm saiah 02 SI. not far distant. The earth's crust Is very thin at the bottom of the sea, he says, and he adds that the floor on which we stand Is more frail than we nre led to believe. M. Rabourdlu imagines n disaster so great as to Involve the whole earth. If such an event should occur he thinks that from a distant world Its appearance mid progress would exactly parallel what we ourselves see In the case of tho "novae." or distant stars, that blaze out In the heavens from time to time. M. Rabourdlu says: "Suppose that following upon an extraordinary twisting movement, due to retreat of the central mass, a large mass of the sea bottom should give way and, falling suddenly, should let lu the mass of the ocean's waters upon the Incandescent interior matter? The water would be decomposed by the heat, the hydrogen would burn, and It would bum more ns It hail access to more oxygen. The conflagration would thus gain gradually In force, accompanied by electric phenomena, nnd the greater part of the earth's crust would probably be displaced. The earth, passing through a critical epoch nnd returning for the time being to Its formative period, would again be nothing but a globe of fire. In sidereal space this would be the phe- It Falls Out, if It Ever Does, Qoodby Old World. When the bottom of the pen gives iay from some future volcanic disturb-mic- e the whole earth will be consumed In flames. Just as other worlds every day nre being consumed, uccerdlitg to Louis Rnboiinllu, the French scientist. Recent volcanic disturbances lead this scientist to believe that such a time la 'hen COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Aid For Three Summits Mrs. Amy ceat Was UuUe to Atteid (e Via- - believe I would have died if ! taken it. ftfoVf l Her Hovsework. After I began taking Cardul, I wm greatly helped, and all three bottles re-- 1 lieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so uctr stronger in three months, I felt like aa other person altogether." Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this, town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when 1 finally decided to try C&rdui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Cardul Is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardul makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardul has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what It lias done for them. Try Cardui today. Write to: Chattanooea AVJldn. Co.. I j.Hm' a . visory,Dtpt.. Chattanooga, Tfnn.,-fo- r Special Jrf ilruetumt on sour case arj book. "Home J-- ef ireauncmior women ' sent la plain wrapper, "For the faroff worlds that swing JAMES & CO., nomenon of n new star that blazes out all at once, Increases In brilliancy as if it would eclipse the luminous splendor of all Its neighbors nnd then becomes feebler and feebler, to disappear Anally forever In the profound darkness of the limitless dlstnnce." When such n catastrophe takes place. If it ever does, that will be the "end of the world," so far ns we nt least are concerned. New York World. Plrst Class UverymeH Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, t THRIFT AND THE MAN. Self Help and Self Respect Allied to Good Citizenship. Thrift Is nn essential and Imperative part of good citizenship. The man who sets aside a few pence or shillings every week or every month Is not only making future provision for himself, his children or others who may be dependent on him; but. consciously or unconsciously. he Is nt the same time serving his country by helping to create a type of character which is one of the most valuable of national assets. lie Is setting an example of self command every time be fights down the temptation to spend on some passing pleasure the money which should be more useful purpose. reserved -- for And belt command means much In good citizenship. He Is setting an cxnmplc of self help. lie does not wait for "something to turn ui)." but sets to work resolutely to Improve his position In life by his own exertions. lie is setting an example of self respect. The saving of money honestly earned fosters that spirit of sturdy Independence and confidence In one's "own powers which have played no small part In building up the prosperity of this country. In addition to the ethical value which I have endeavored to Indicate, the practice of thrift by Individuals has a material value to the nation. The security of tho Intricate fabric of national credit dcjiends to a very large extent upon the reserve of capital accumulated by tho-- who invest in savings banks and slmtl.tr Institutions. Sir T. Ynnslttart ltowutcr in London Answers. OUR CLUBBING RATES, f The Reptblican and St. Louis The The The The The The The The The Twice-a-Wee- k Globe-Democrat - The Republican and Louisville Herald fl.3 1.75 j 1.60 , Republican and Home and Farm Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 Republican and 3.50 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 republican ana JJaiiy uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 Republican and Republican and Kentucky Farmer.'. .". . . . .T.7. . . . . "X7S ' Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer; .... 1.60 Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. ' : YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads One Thoughtful Editor. ' The proprietor of tho local paper at Ebcrswalde, a small Prussian town not far from Berlin, does his best to make his paper useful as well as Instructive. Two days a week be has the General Auzciger pHnted on only one side of Envelopes Statements tho paper mi that It can be used for wrapping up provisions without any dnnger of contamination from printers' Ink. On tlieve fhijs tho paper Is twice ns Inige lis 011 ordinary days, so that the publle I.ini". nothing In the way of rending matter. Struck Him All Right. Judge Inn Miy j 011 saw tjiat prisonOn what er Mi'iko the complainant provocation': Witness 'Why. he pulled out a toll of bills, jour honor. Judge And jou nielli to bay tho prisoner Mriiil. him for that? Witness "Well, he struck lilni for some of It Doston t Cards And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. Trauwipt. "I many Proved His Kindness. wonder why Amy refuses Mr. I to tooling." "She's afraid ho won't be kind to ' her," "Won't be kind to her? Goodness gracious! Hasn't she seen the beautiful monument' he pnt up for his first wlfeV'-Jinlge. The Surest Road. "It takes it lung strong climb to reach success." "Yen. and the only way to reach It is by keeping on tho level."-Hous- ton rUUk. WrH rUiJAtA ball Naur BattsMM. A1 trial will mak rou a Mnuiaent ou. i ' r irhmni Utt.af.a tlnn tmlnniUsxl Of TOUT ' nuiufcr refund!. ' SsBTsaJf Mnrf.lt. SWSm lit SKIM b.IUklil.,llmU LU.IXUW, tfuul.. kUHNHli MMfc 1..4U. (SPECIAL OFFER' iUCItlrS BULBS BULBSt - SUCCEED.' Mosey and Keep is Style by Reading McCall't Magazine and Using McCall Patterns S Ladies! Svc MAGAUHE Celltctbi5aaJ iu aw. kUniM y.TM TU1U, McCall'aMasailatKill . If hi ) t dies I '.Ir n a moileiaia l.jr Luc plus I I u"1". ar KIMlB TuhpUl Mtmiltm Safe .A. - ' bMhM alUk natr I taaaaaaaaaaaaaattat m MAM... .k. a Pit lafti4tfeitM4,awt..4ru.tiM. HMhl Mf U. la CaaaauaMattM ItUtlM IMH . wiiiiikHiiuiM i,lli,tl Ulll.tlUa. lMllMll. I . .tltfcU. New I'atlili a IValjtH in vatli Irani. AU va''.iliUt liir.iruutlia oil bl Jhipio. uui ;r-- ' iii.ty uiat ir.iiim.-ff,k-- a rear luiiui'u s, a frvu lulttuj. lul.- -' y u i.MMl oil tho I.iU"'. laktilolia In il'i.llOH tii.-s-l lutx.. t.l ' An Idealist. Tommy Pop, what Is nn Idealist? Touuuy't. Pui An Idealist, uy sou. la u veiy youug man who thinks all wi- uv.'u aie angels. Philadelphia Record. P.M UI. W. nHHHiuiawitiliwi. fHWlll BoosrotD, IV.IP fMifcMn.llU.!C.lU.tl.l MUft IV. SI""" " ...Ml xuu coou wwAUcorMr.ih2'rj,B3scHr)8U- Bend for Irt-- o IV.(.'in i'.iUU.j te, f W Vil Cm t.a fra 7rrU f r i(o;iln' ruiHUi'r.ljiv, I'rooiiuui Catatuju.- - 3 u ( r.sli 'rtau (i.'.Vr. ' ' Iu Irou l juii!i wr) McC.'J Fattena Kill etml.iV jam toluol. In jriNir imii lioutu. Mlljy'iirri.i.vii iii'ao- - Mu.iuisV c n HI l toursolf and ' la mle tiait EL "rice .i..m- - Mrti. rttuii IJj7 Km! I'tiltdu li - 'V " ft " "V How to Detect the Alum Baking Powder "Which are the alum baking powders; how can I avoid them unless they are named?" asks a housekeeper. Here is one way: take the can of a low priced powder in your hand and read the ingredient clause upon the back label. The law requires that it the powder contains alum that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sulphate of aluminum, you have found an alum oafying powder. There is another and a better way. You don't have to know the names of the alum powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, and the purest and most healthful baking powder beyond question. handling on the farm and when marCARRANZA AND keted during the. hot summer months Infertile under adverse conditions. GEN. VILLA CONFER eggs wjll bo kept In good condition In temperatures which will cause fertile eggs to rot. On .May 15 ,thc school authorities of the cities, countries and To towns Agree Rebel Leaders of Kentucky and Tennessee been requested Jp announce have The Continue jester day to the scholars and t is expected that It will be observed. It Campaign. Is expected Jit- - other States will follow the JteiU of their two southern slstrcs and that rocpr days will be 'Gfcihauhua. Mexico, April 20. .With jiretty geneially established. many fateful questions dealing with The Department advises that on the the revolution and foreign 'affairs 1st of May all male birds be either 'thorn, Gen. Vestlano Carradfca kiled, sold or confined unjpl the 1st. and Gen. Francisco Vil'a met formal- of December or as late as he 1st of ly ifitre January In fconio localliti.es, Inasmuch If was their first meeting in four as lit Is not necessary to the laying jearjj, Carranza first Jutt&ng met the qualics pf a hon;that a rooster be military leader when, from OuU, maintained In ithe flock. Moreover, lawry, h, was a Jcayier of pne of his presence during those months Francisco; I. Madcro's mall revolu means fertile eggs, which mean bad tionary bands. 'eggs and the consequent Hoss (.o the Tbo meeting had cveny appearance nrodccr and tho consumer, of friendliness, and Villa made a JJ; Jg advUabiD i0 marekt the. old point of relerrlng to Carranza as his h0M ,n tho 8lunmer as 800n chlerf. Lithographs bearing the. Uke- - seconi ay,ng geason ,. ovcff neJ of ho two leaders sjdo by side- Unuc8 , h( Department's advice, as appeared in store windows, and fcltl- bgm oyp, two yeaaRJ oW nnly .,, xciu wore but,tons and badges- - slm- - maIy eggs ag they do Jn aaW limlJet ilarly decorated. an(j yearlinit seasons. Keen tho nesU) VUa, accompanied by Gen. 'Angeles, dean; nnvlia OM ncst for every four cau- wno js a meuuicr ox jne heM. mhcj. the cggg wlce day. Inet, came from Torreon last night kW)f tho oggg ,n a cool dry mom or for .the conference. Scalers guarded celjar. an(, nlarkct themat lea3ttvlc the streets from (ho railroad station a wcc,. Market all cckereis tixcei)t to.Carranza's pa'ace, uhijc-- crowds of thoge uezfieA for hTOOllilvs cheered. Labt niglit the brMej. B,ze M 60on ag Uiey military- - band, one of the best in fQr w,u pay a largec pnjflt Mexico, screnadtll the distinguished Umt Ume toUj than u hcld vlsHcr and his host for hours. In the hen tUe market be0omes pver-cromade holiday. parka the e(1 ., ..... iviai a.l.LUu.0....1v. TJl(J Department a is planning proceedings of the conference was campaign among tho boys' and girls' made- except 'that, it was harmonious. poultry clubs in Kentucky, TennesIt was understood on high authority, see, Virginia, and North and South however, that it .was determined to Carolina, to encourage nc, only pro prose-cutthe revolution regardless duction of a better grade of eggs, but of 'the estrangement between Wash- a more uniform method Df grading. ington and the City of Mexico, so Arrangements are being made to of long as rebel territory is not invfied fer prizes for the production of the ' .' or .fereatcued. beat dozen eggs, and it Is expected I e- tho State, county, or municSpring Laxative ancu Blood that oUlcia'js will offer such prizes ipal Cleanser. Exposi as trlrs to I ,ho Flush out the accumulated waste tion at San FranclBco. Farmers-Hom- e and poisons of the winter months; JournaL 9 cleans your stomach, liver and kidTake Dr. Notice. neys of all impurities. King's Now Life Pills; nothing betThe First National Bank of Hartter lor purifying the blood. Mild, non ford, located at Hartford, in the gripinfi laxathe. Cures constipation; State of Kentucky, Is closing up its makes jou feel fine. Take no other. affairs. All and others, 25c, at your druggist. creditors of said assoclation,aro hereAll by notified to present tho notea and Uucklen's Arnica Salvo for m llurtf, other claims against tho association for payment. Rooster Day May 16. ALVIN ItOWE, President. t.ht Intorcfi ol itho Infertile c?g Dated at Hartford, In Ky March C, of the Departs SMS the liouUry 1914. ment or Agriculture have bUu cd u wimpaiini lor tho elimination of tho Things Worth Knowing. rooster among poultry flocks during To removo coffee or lea siots troiu first and table linen nib tlio spots with glycer-ino.l- et Jito w sons between Mao" . In this connection Jlln-DeceiulKT stand thirty minnuti-.Saunlay. Awy 1C. has boon sot osldo waah tho usual "nay. e, its rooster lay In Kentucky and meat, 'oil toGrind up !cft-ou- ) when every poultry dealer in gether with a, beaten egg, form into these States hxi ugnped J,o pay tho cakes, eover ivltli blsfiilt dough s tl.cy. do steam twenty minutes null soryo with Ktino prliti lor rocstiis There is un tumuto Muee. Makes a imlittlbh itud mil puullcts. lor'heiis iinonnous Usi In cstjs us the result oconomlcal iliiiner dish. during j1 the rit'.lu ess, especial' It Js best not p have carpu on yil) summer and fall iiiontj, and 41 Is tho bedroom floors; uso rugp Instead, of A- - TIicho can bo easily ejeamri. lor .h!s ittion tho Idopai-tinen- t jiculturt) ruvcminicnids Unit tho rcojrter When shutting uji it Jumso for a bo koi. uiviiy from tliq hns during Innstlmo, pack )ho slhcr in dry Hour that and kcoi) tho furkt, linhesail spoons jthusu bfj.itM. It is oni nihil rt ei tji) I'reiiioiidous tinnual tflscther, urningo lit layers with iosu of eggs is due U (the fertile eyg. flour between. Tho sllwr will lvnia'n 1 It Is not mutuary for i rooster licrfectjy br'ght and untarnished. bi)' oniont: Jirtir in onkr that their Owensboro Optical House. luying iinalltUt uiay not be euitallilt. have used Hartford. Ky., Nov. Tho rowttr. it it nd vised, should bo during lasses made by It. ('. Hardwiek's ulUr.vld .villi 'diet lions, only si Optician, Owcnslioro, Ky., to my enthe' brtediii moi.ci. imd cbj H IntenduJ fiirnIujbhlng purposoh shoiild tire satisfaction. Ills house and mafor niakliu: loiifcos are the bo fertile, un tM iiiferillo oms v.JU not chinery mobt complete in the State, and he hatch. Fcrtllu vftti iij (i orj (ulcl;l- when employ uone but exiferlentcd work- C. M. DAKNCTT. aub) dvU t! f in- ordinary uirtjiodji I mca, be-lo- re to-da- y. frh nw pUrpos-onlooke- rs - an note-holde- rs ppeo-allM- nor gambles, and, according to his lias letter to thq Courier-Journa- l, given up the road forever. KANSAS RATE CASE Throughout his years of wandering 8UccccVled In kooplng his true name a Bccret, except from comparatively few. Even now jio signs himSupreme Court Declares A State self nnd rofera to his bride as "Mrs. She was Miss May Fix Fire InsurMany Abigail, and her father is stationed In Erlo as chief car Insircc-tq- r ance Rate. of tho Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany In that city. It was through a friendly dcdl on Washington, April 20. Tho right the part of tho girl's father that of tho Btato to regulate Insurance mot, wooed and won her. rates was settled once for all today Ho arrived, in Krlonbout by the Buprcmo court, upholding as twp years ago, and was taken from the Kansas fire insur- constitutional box car in which he was found by Chief Justice tho ianco law of 100D. his brldo's father. Tlio latter took White and Justices Vandocnter hnu tho "hobo" to his railroad shanty I Lamar dlssening, holding Insurance his mldnght lunch iwlth him and una a private ccntiact with which saw that ho was thoroughly thawed the state had no right ,to interfere. bcfor permitting him to rcsumo his In the dissenting opinJustice Jcurncy. ion lleclared wth vehemence that for So -- rateful waa the "tramp" the iirliiclplo tho decision upheld bororc takfix this kind treatment that that the state had the right to ing ids deiwrturo he promised to tho price cf every article on tho the Inspector. A fo,w months markets. later he returned to Erie with a subJustice Lamar said surely the destantial present for tho car inspeccision would uphold tho power of tor. So Impressed was ho inspectho state to fix the price of newshe invited the "hobo" to fils papers ar.li magazines, for they of all tor tha homo for dinner, and l was then things were impressed with a "pubmot the girl who, In a that lic intprost." few months later, became his bride. Justice McKcnna, for the majority ordinary was never the of the court, declared insurance had tramp. Though filled with a waifcor-lubecomo so clothed with public Inseldom perrultcd him to reterest as to- - distinguish It from ordi- main that tlio same place over twenty-fou- r in nary business. hours, lie had the instincts of a scntloman, and when not riding reds Headed for the Rocks. went about dressed llko a business President Woodrow Wilson and his man. He always wore, a neat busiadminlitration ore headed lncvltabl ness suit under a pat of. overalls when r, for tlie rocks of pure disaster, accord beating his way from one towii to ing to United States Senator Thomand upon arriving in a city as Sterling, Republican leader of or. town general!- - made a hotel his South Dakota. headquarters. ran at When but 11 years old, Atllresslng tho banquet throng meelng at the away from homo, aril from then unthe 1916 ballroom at Hotel La Salle recently. til pierced by Cupid's arrow roved Senator Sterling based Wis forecast on about th0 country, gathering know throe alleged fundamntal errors In ledge through actual experience. He go'ernnmoant, which he charges up Is known to rallrpad men throughout to President Wljson- - These are: the country, and during his peregri 1. An attorn nted Free Trade- - Tariff nations was able to prevent no less tl with particular respect to agricultur twenty railroad wrecks. Hp is a mem al products, ber of tho Chamber or Commerce at 2. "King Caucus." ambrldgc Springs, Pa., and through 3. Violation of platform pledges on the sales of his books on tramp life civil service. has managed to accumulito a sub Fourteen Southern States, through stantial bank account Oieslr representatives ln Congress, ho It did not take ,Uie "hobo" long to aiMi. had been able to dominate the win the affections of the Inspector's course of legislation and write on the daughter. He held a faojnailcn for statute books of tho naion a. Free- - her from the time of their first meetalready has ing, due, probably, to her natural lovo Trade Tariff law that brought confusion and disa&ter to for adventure, and the faot Skat his the agricultural interests, while not life's history w'os puoh a varied one. In any way reducing the high cost of Before their marriage itho "hobo" rentapartment now occullvlug to the consumers in the cities. ed the Recurring to the figures .of the- 1912 pied by them, and fitted it up eleelection, Sanator Sterling iiiilsted that gantly. The furniture, all mahogaa majority of the oters of tho Unit- ny,, cost jiim $2,000, anil a similar ed States expressed their opposition sum was expended by him for a sile in any Xorm, and this ver table fact of 135 pieces. Ho paid to majority was 1,303,000, representing anothsr considerable sum for a bet of the comblnned voto of the Republic Sevres porcelain, and gao his bride1 presans and Bull Sloosers, both factions an. automobile as a wedding having gone on record in their pfat- - ent. Courier Journal. form a3 ppposed to Free-Trad"And yet," said Senator Sterling, "the 15 Southern States, with their FIR FLETCHER'S, small agricultural output, comparatively Bpeaking, have placed' corn, wheat, wool and sugar on the free Tourlat How did you find your list. way out when you gU-- - lost in these "With their small yield erf wheat Rockies? they have placed our 630,000,000 bush Guide i never did get out. I'm still els up North In competition with, tho lost. Magazine of Fun. surplus of the wprld. So they hay with their oats. Answered at Last. Thn ono bie yellow Tioril.' Sen A Swede was being examined In a ator Sterling smiled, 'that cortfronts oaso In Minnesota town .There the President Wilson and Ws advisers la defendant .was accused Of breaking a the yqllow corn of ithils natltn.' plate glass window with a. largo stone. "Had tbe' not attempted to ruirt Ho was pressed to toll haw iblg the sugar industry of tho Amerthe beet stone was, but he could not explain. ican farmes.', he aildcd, "wo would. "Was. H. as big as my fiat?" asked years have been pro In a few short who had taken tho nervous Judge, ducing sugar In this country cheapover the examination from toh.2 lawyers consumer than it can now er to the In hope of gotting some results. bill. bo, had under their Free-Trad- e "It ban bigger," the. Swede replied. Republicans jiaild tlwy would "Tho "Was it as big as my two lists?" rerccvlso tho Tariff downward and "It ban bigger." duce iho high cost of mint?, but "Waa It as big as my head?" agriculture not to tho point where ""It ban about as long, but not so should suffer and the Goerumnt pile thick" replied tho Swede amid tlie up a startling dellcit. This counlaughter of tlio court is ruuulng Ix'hlud at the try y defiof 50,000,000 a year. Tho cit now runs cleyso to $3.0ii'000 a month." COURT DECIDES .-l "A-No.- -l" LEVY'S Levys are conducting the biggest sale of Ready-to-WeGarments and Millinery ever held in Owensboro. The price reductions are really wonderful wnen you consider the value of the Levy Garments and Hats. ONE FOURTH OFF the price of every Coat Suit, making $30 Suits- - $22.50, $20 Suits $15, $12.50 Suits $9.34. Also a wonderful line of Skirts in regular and outsizes greatly ar K GREAT SALEM .-l half-froze- n, id .-l HATS UNDERPRICED. The Levy Hats, famous for three generations, are marked down for this April Sale. Levys want your business. They are willing to give in exchange honest values and ' .-l st GET .-l er THE LEVY HABIT IT PAYS w&RR0fZmjr&QfijnjR0QrtttttrtttR0&vwR0v STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION -- OR THE- - BANK OF HARTFORD At the Clos March 21,1914. RESOURCES of BuBlnedfl Bills Discounted $187,234.37 Bonds Stockand U. S. Banking-House six-roo- m Check for Remittance Free-Trad- and Lot Furniture and Fixtures and due from other Banks Cash Current Expenses i.-...on-Ha- nd r.... 549.9C .: 3,000.00 1,000.00 55,560.33 1,292.9-- Total $260vl00.60 e. & Vyupiiai LIABILITIES oiuck .; nr,uuu.UU Children Cry CASTOR1A Surplus'..? Dividend No 52, unpaid Deposits Undivided Profits Banks Due-State 17.300,00 336.00 198,779.09 1,586.85 2,080.66 $260,100.60 l Total t Depository for United States-jpoetaSavings Fund. 4 eS$99$9SS9$$99M999S3 A CAR LOAD OF JOHN DEERE Farming Implements! to-da- Wheat Drills, single and double row Corn Planters, Disc Harrows, Stag Sulky Plows, ..Cultivators, Shovels and Discs, Mowers and Hay Rakes. We have all kinds of Walking Plows. Wo ieol that these goods need no further comment, as everybody lias known these peoplo for a half century, and also know that thoy are the starters and leaders in the implement business. The name of a John Deere implement means tho best material that can bo had on the niarkot for their tools and tho best mechanics that can be had to construct same. Also a ear of buggies, tho best and styles and every buggy i built for most service. Wo havo a nice lino of harness to select from. Lf you are in the niarkot for any of the above goods, you will save money to call on us and let us show you and get our 1011 prices which will cause the goods up-to-da- lU-st- s .-l Married and Settled Down. Teu-ndsse- l.l - is, now a Tho "hobo," Nuws of his marriage Benedict. reached I)ulbIlJi! Kutuijdiiy In & communication to the Courier-Journfrom hlmsi'lf. He passd tluough tho city about (Jiree jcars ag", his presence? hero being noted at tlie. tlmo Uiwu'li n, page feature- - mtlc'n that appeared in tho with Jili vuritd cMierJiiices on tlio niael. During the, thinly wo ho tnivsliU ho cverexl G2U,(tlM) miles, al- waj riding on tho huiuixrs or on tlio hmIs umlor ears. Hlnee bis innr rlajre in Jauuai he lias Uled down , apartihcnt m ( to Jlfo Jn n Kra, Pa.. J lie homo or )ils ifo'e ieo- jde, and Ji.o Is now tlevot.iia lilmstlf entirely to JIter.tluii'. B. He baa written tour lno!.s Ikal-- ' PHYSICIAN OSTEOPATHIC Ins with tramp life, and ls4 Ut ork Commltutton and examination free. on anollif r in which ho )ui)te?i t Ql flee ttdj oX tlie hai'P"'3 f Iub nuirrieil. All Muds ot 'dlboa&eii Ho Ib 42 ara old, while Ids wife is "iml floor, Cascbler building. BEAVER DAM, KY. not j vj W. He nslJJitT WiirUwJi'i" al ff'7 ''iH Courler-.lounial.deal-I- te sU-nwi- n G. DOCKERY tre-aten- &?" I to move. WILLIAMS & MILLER J $ BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY.