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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY Clark and a detachment or British marines fort mUra JnTanll from Tamplco to rescue eight, Amer icans at Orange Hill and was ex- ' Horml- Tho IKctcI back tonight. ono Bent thirteen refugees aboard tlio Uch Molnca today. No. 42 i-- rs X A 'f. ' cling costume of blue cloth. 1 Tho bridegroom is well known, MEXICAN being - leading singing teacher la thp Green river section, having-taugFOR A BAD DRINK sovernl schools In DavUps, HANGING McLean and Ohio courntftes, Th m ii bride whose formor home was Rome, . Hodgensville Fire Loss 75,000. Ky., is a highly educated and accom U. S. Soldiers Ordered Into pUshcd youpg lady, Sho was 'graduBrew is 'i'11 Bdgcr rcwtQd t,iat lt Cactus . 29. Flr0 H"dgcnvle, Ky., April Little HOpe Held Qut m WouW bp Inadvisable to' send an . Bt. Joseph's acadomy a,n.d which started at niAlngUit In Mon-fo- rt Colorado by President, ated from St, Maify's h.papa.l pt iWj v" H" iucriwiil oin VtIPv V X.CVIvM later from uurness and leather Bhop practrlct, "as It might start. Mediation. city as a tralneH hurse. 6ho Js Vfu tically wiped out tho principal busU domongitra.tlonp." known nnj Vpry popular in Evans-vlll- p. , ncss block of this ejly, from Mpvfrarl JailS H&Ve a Way Ot, wt,. In rcftnl to lhd reports , J Iffi.t'.i.r m -- "- ,Ah 7r. nnn State Authorities Unable to Cope . . Tamplco that American V UM citizens. "" Afer being entt3eritalnj()l by friends Will he Several Days Before Mi aim represents gnie. "i Hie MifnjraiWith The Strike thcro were indignant because of the Remaining Closed for at a six o'clock dinner Prof, and Mrs. losiiOS la IttrtiR County's Wstory. battledeparture of tlic American ediators Announce Their Flans Salmon left Tuesday pfternoon for .Tho following business buildings Situation a Long Time. ships from too river, Secretary of elrfuVur,. nPmeTt UtfcaTKy:' , were burned: To Combatants. htQ Navy Daniels said' today tbat i4p ,P5"f Klrkpatrlck Drug Company. Jus, - "--" this action had boon- taken after 'I T WALT0HS CREEK Icon's butepqr shop. had informed Admiral Craddock Trinidad, Colo., April 28. Heavy A sergeant who served three years Bernle Solomon, general store. April 23. Mrs Mary MaddoK, west Washington, April 2S. Olio Mcx- - Admiral Mayo that ho ,woud under and nine months under tho Slkjs and fighting at the Walsen mine was in At Providence, who has been tho guest 'receive Americans lean crisis now is oenlering on tho'tako romjsipes along tlie border line of old was 2 o'clock this mornlnjr tie fire progress tonight. Firing, which prcau.ng piovcru Issue between those who am Booking Tamplco aboard fate Hermlono and Mexico, tells, tho following interesting I desultory this afternoon, vas of her son, Mr. ,W. P. Maddox, of buildings la the path of the Moines'' narrative of his experience' with the e,r through the good offices of Interme them to the De practically continuous after 5 o'clock. this place, for the last two weeks, I to find upon the American Jvcpsels taking a ' "greasers." For various reasons Ithe flames. diation MlKtlamcn and guards Dn tho Water-tan- k, went to Centertown Monday to visAt l a. Hi. ft requtjst for help was This arrangement, sergeant docs not wish to have bis some middle ground for a pacific ad position at Bca. hlU battSed iwlth a Brtong force it her daughter, Mrs. E. Bishop. aentj to IiouIsvllfeV As soon as tho of strikers on Hogback, West of Uncle Jake Rhoads, who has beta Jusiment, and those who regard tho jt wa8 thought, 'Mr. Danlclp fcold natno made public. in declining healtjb, tor some time, demrceori to arms as tjhe inevitable con would, mako an detachment message was traasmibUfrl girls em Walssn camp. Early in May, 1011, ployed at the telephone office were There .was a continuous rattle of is no better. sequence of what has occurred. onstration In Tamplco Jcsa likely. of Amerclan troops wore sent to El Throughout toddy two distinct "I will go in and bring ithe refu - paso, Tex., which is Just across the ;orca to quit tuejr fpst, as vie lire rifle fire, which was drowned out at Mr. George Montgomery has re tho'jBritlsh AJlmlral ri0 Grande, within a. stone's throw had recahed their office building. ls branches of activity were manifest g,, tQ j,u by the roar of heavy cannon turned home from Utlca w;here i , Jipre, that of the cnvos of Argen was reprUd to said 4) Ad - !0f Juarez. This was a Short time the guards had mounted on the (hlU. nas oeen engaged in teaching. Snnday School. Rev. J. A. Bennett, of Utlca, filled tine, Brazil and Chile, In formulat- mirol Mayo. Washington, April 28. President after Gon. Madero had begun his ing a plan of adjustment to bq subtrying to get) bno Wilson today extended, the protect- his appointment at iWalon's Creel Most of the American ConBulaf revolution Tho sergeant in question In the matter 4f mitted to thp United States and tho offlceti3 in MoxJco, under otfders was a'eo present when Hucrta took 'million neoolo in the Sunday Schools ing arm of thp. Federal government church Saturday and Sunjiay. ' Both Sunday schools in this com Huerta .regime, andtfiat of military from the statp dejiartmcnt, have Juarez and was doing patrol duty l&f Kentucky Dr. E. W. to 'he tato of Colorado, torn asunpver during two battles which took pjji.ee j;Perd ''as been asked to collect tho der by -- Iota and pitched battles be- munity are getting along nicely. and naval forces of tho United States closed their oficcs, turned which will continue to stead)? pre thejr. business to tho Brazilian anU on Mexican soil within earshot of the 'doformatlon for OhlP county. So if tween strikebreakers and striking JMisse" Anna and Wlnnio Canfer, which French Cor.Bu'p and are making American camp. of Simmons, were' the guoats pf tbjelf 'each school wUl roprt it attend- - miners. jure for any eventuality w. carter aaxuraay, .might develop. According to the sergeant, on three kaco to him on next Monday morn their w- - out of tho. country, it) was Governor Amons founU thp Btatd "nci,e a- Gen. Funstou's arrival with a In Bomo occasions, one of the strict Mexican announced hero today.. tho matter will 'be attended to. ; milkia wasj unable .to' cope with the I (M'- - J- - E- - Bennett and family ado of C,000 troops at Vera Cruz was cases tho department has been un- rulcft was made known. A Mexican J The Hartford schools will make and asked for, aid. The Col- -, a Mrs- - Bennett's mother, Mrs. Nt cn of the. most notable military de- able to get In communication wjtii law holds all accidents to be the an effort for 600. More than 8,000 in orado delegation in congress, mine Up M. Bennew aunnay. M" B. A. Carter and mother vi velopments of tho day. morp jemolo " Consular 'agencies, fault of the railroad company. On three- - the day schools. This number should owners acti the miners themselves r-1KU Chief interest was (directed to lh but no apprehension to fdlt for tho occasions American, conductors on be doubled for Sunday School pa join'd in ,the request. "ow w11 lamuy summy. ( . r lb was one of the rare instances In '. " , " , sessions of the South American en- safetty of officers, who have estab- trains crossed Uie Internatioal bridge ;May third. voys lasting through the day and lished friendly relations with the which spans the Rio Grande, nsafety, American history whpiateciund I tCDIIirT meetings natives jby reason ot famg residence aftd a short time after reaching the late into the ovcnlng.-Th- e ltseu impotent) to assert its Elect Teachers. ILnuiUI :Ay k.. DmmjhUm. ttriiA were held at tho Argnotlne Icgatjon. among them'. Mexican slde'Vere unfortunktpenougV kit. 41ia nnniml iriAAHrif nf the i " !i k President Wllbon and his oaGlnetj do strike a Mexican by pure accident gram to the Colorado governor, exFOR TON TAYLOR wjek to advisers held a longtby White House -pressly stipulated tha,t the federal ""- - """ " FINDS NEW .teachers for Hantjford College for meeting, dovoted chiefly, however, had to retrace the distance across the' cns yfiar the fol. troops would confine jtnemaelves to to th, Colorado situation, although bridge as fast as he could to seek maintaining order only "until tho l TRIBE OF SAVAGES safoiy of the American border. In the Moxlcan crisis continued Jn tho state can reassert its authority and Given $15,000 for Injuries If R E Bnjwn forcsreund. some instances railroad men iare put' & p,, gnd Prdaldcnt. Mr. W-- to resume the enforcement thereof." ( Echols Coal Mines Last While th.e mediators are not ready death because pf a accident to p attending State Col- - President Wilson issued a procla - lo announce their ttfuiui pr oven inpersons-- cngagedr R Mexican , which cou1 have boon g. mation Torderttrg-a- ll Jihuttyi Lgxlngton chosea dicate when the proposal miht be Locates Race in Unexplored Re- proven accidental- - Mexicans do not to domestic viojencp to xmperse ana pmt aa TjMMy . complete for presentation, U becamo berotlro pcactahly wait pn triaU or ceremony. gions of Brazil; Kills tonguagca lueture. fore April 30. to their abodes f known that protab'y thrpe pr four Secretary Garrison, One day the sregcant WUb three or Perhaps the largest verdict evef place rq elecUon for days, or ocu longer, might elaivso Two Tiger-Cat- s. four other American soldiers eroded made yaAt by e TfUgm aftec 4 conference with the presi elven in a nersonal Injury suit la tp take before they would be ready jtroopB pt tiie Ohio county was handed' In (Wednes the Rio Granlde in uniform, and, naUon of vprot A K EU(s and dent, ordered three ' tho next stop. ing in tho sights pf Juarez, ,wa5Ued Fifth cavalry from Fort Leaven- day in thp Ohio Circuit Court when pnt Henry and 'two .troops of the thA iury in the case of. Thomas Tay-With tho exception of the three Rio Do Janeiro. "Brazil, April 25, by tho "Big Kid" Saloon, famous in superintend-Juare- z, worth, formBCCounty Pwelfth from Fort D. A. Russell to tor TO tho'iMcHenry Coal Corapaajr South Amerclan cuntries no power Col. Thoodoro Roosevelt during his and ,one of the & - ent pf Schooie tbero bplng no Trinidad and Canon City, rek3C - aw.ded tho pUvjBtiff 'the Sum of tor American touriate. An 'Amhas token any official action, aUtho Journoy thru tho unpxplored regions pflfie t (m European diplomats are. doing their of Brazil discovered a tribe of sav ertcaa was standing In the door ot j 115,000. Taylor was' injured on tn Jt fVel'- Coanty m of utmost tq further fcho cause of peace. ages hitherto unknown. The tribes ttocafeanda'Mexlcan.inaldrunken y ifle Rjoioraoo ,iejieBuuu buv mo while driv-me- re january prof w p Antterson was presence pf federal troopSUUUK the mlne8 ajjcihols, by fall-- "' A report was circulatdd in Euro- man, who were named Pauhates, were stupor insured Uq American The md 8t American naturallfir resented the in- - grade6 All ef ing slate. He was caught in hi car restoro normal conditions. pean dlpbnoatic circVv today that eomjCctclj' uocloUuid. Tham(UJ Mnj . forts ot the federal government to by 600 pounds of .root slate nd eo suit, and to true Amertoan style one plan contemplated tfco provisionCapt. AmUcar' Magalhass, chief ot ittd teah settle the jsttrlko have failed, al oommlsalon form of government tho Brazilian' 'mission, accompanying panted a haymaker on tne Jaw of injured as to bring on paratysder ot ,Marka who Denver, Col., April.28. Col. .George his lower limbs and rendering'' histt .Mexico, and another was the pos- Col. Roosevelt, who relates this dis- the Mexican, knocking bin .down for merf for de fa toquickly sibility that the three Intermediar- covery today,'' says ike paiy bsid the cuont. Mexican pol helpless. rtme'nt ave cbMrf(t 0t tne Lee, assistant adjutant general, day confiscated, twenty high power under arrest. at.3d might vislll Mexico City to talk some stirring adventures. Col.(Roose-,vtj- ;i placed the Ampr ies He was represented by Attorney J. ith' grctle. and Miss Kotio rifles uid 10,000 rounds of ammuni- Woodward & Martin, white face to. face .wltfi Huerta. evlCcl killed two tiger cats, the American consul used his to- Pendleton hlmsolf 3 aiark8. wtll j Rear Admiral Fletcher reported to each conaldreahl" omct three feet in fluonce in vato to have the American briamy tion, which he took .from an automo- company made its defense thrpu n '' given his freedom. The American "Oflep-ment- ." bile in which W. T. Hlckey, secre- Attorney H. P. Taylor. Secretary Daniels today that "there length. , appears to bo np Immediate need 'for ,who , ona ot tary of the Colprado State FederaThe exnddtlon exiftored and trac- - was so handy at dsfendtog himself AUan perieoco of j)rpvislonis for the Inhabitants of j tne courgo to )&9 River Gypirana haa the- unpleasant a Bon tion of Labor, was driving toward ADAIURG. w spending fourteen months in a iMex- - of Mr Joo Foitjer & formfir tte!dent Louisville. Vera Cruz. a tributary of tho Madalna. April 29. Rev. L, C. Taylor fined . ''Te amount of provisions in sight The Captain Ueclares' that In the lean prison, ad might have been there near M&. now w available for purchase is variously accident on the Oyplraaa! on Mjarch today were It not tor the faqtl that Mayo Stands Trip Well. . his reguar appointment Bit Adaburg ucated jg a hIshly He y. at from one to two weeks, 13, iwhpn quo of the boato capsized, Madero took the city and freed tho young mftn and estimated mn fl ftae New York, April 27. In a deter- Baptist Church Saturday aril Bun-daexclusive of u, considerable quantity oaiy tho baggage miaa .The American. modal in an oratorical contest at mined fight against death, John C. of supplies in tho railroad terminal skotcbes made by the party floated Amorican. sohliers say that when Lexington, Sunday School was organized at C. Mayo, ot Kentucky, arrived in yards not yet unloaded," the report and were saved. Tho boat's, crew of anyono is arrested In a Mexican cliHy I Raymer Tinsley VlU leave to Xow York from Cincinnati in the Adaburc; Sunday with Mrs. J, J. stated. by the Mexican police take the key and ' Juiy, tor Europe wihere hp will spend private car of former United States seven men rescued themselves Keown as Superintendent and Mutt quantity of clinging to thp ovrohankig branches tie it tp tho tall of a Jack rabbit and "Jt is prabablo that. a a year studying the German Senator Watson, of West Virginia, Verda Harder secretory.' then turn the rabbit Uoose. Language. He has made a thorough and was transferred immediately to foodstuffs composed of wholp corn, of trees. i !Mr. and Mrs. Vtoson'Crowe visitTho sergeant described jtho Mex- - Btudy of languages In this country an npartmont in the Waftlorf-AistoriThe total bag colleeUtl amountk to beans, rice and a limited quantity idt ed Mrp. Crowe's parents, Mr. and lean naldon in general as not caring but intends to master the German, sugar, w ill find a1 market hero In the about 2,000 specimens. where he will receive treatment from Mrs. 'barley Roaoh ot New Panther fpr sanitary conditions. Hq said that! 5 J( Ney Foster was not an near future. Tho local supply pf fresh eminent New York specialists, or ojght Moxlcan poople flvo pijcamt for retention as a teacher to Mr. Mayo withstood the Journey j.Saturday and Sunday. gulden produco is WjJU IrmrUU, but Road Inspection. FnuJ? glmMt of aad In ono room and seem tp thrlvo on tno stn&(Q where sbp has given Buch won will doubtless "hnprdvo Vis the back and is resting comfortably, ac- - fc Thp Judges in hip Hartford Road yialiei ,Mra sinnptA's country is opened up. Fish Is cheap- Working Contest (will star on holr being huddi'jed togehtor Uko cottlo general BaUsfactlon, but will mako to Mrs- - Mayo, .who J3 con- Suuday T Mn uoawj m Qinsgow after school stanttor at his 'bedside. He was ac er and more plentiful because nono tour of inspecipn' Friday mornlug, or livestock. Another thing that lm- The matrimonial bee is ttoing hi pressed Otto sergeant was tlw--t nearly doses. shUnped to tiho Interior. Milk, f..t 1 n. O ... I.. .K.. wnathal. faHIl can bo comiianlod on t?ie trip by Dr. R. R. work around Adaburg with ireenewed "' " ,o "."""' m' nni, ir tit. Is scarce. Beef cattle In considerable permit, going over the- - following " Wilkinson, of Cincinnati, and Dr. vigor, Miss. Ina Patton, ot this pJW. .. Cnunrrv I.atisrhlnc Stock. ilumbers are reported to be fairly -- -, -- Slade, of this city. i oFonVsvllto road to Henry ' and Mr. Charjey McKinley, of Boll' regardless of f. that uour Vera Cruz, Several hours after 'Mr. Mayo was Run .were united in murrlago in JMmt AprJI 28..Nover uas tll Irouice: U.en back to Milton Tayjor .ultor Jvei Wld cWrae, are weartug t,"ilr to drivo them flUnk M iow ln t8 Unltod taken to the Waldorf his phfcnslclans 0wan3bon on anld ovsr the L,elchfleld road y at wcek VTjlla .guaild to protect, 'them. There Is no 'latilona iwWi otner countries," said JiaW a coueulutlon and lswuw K tMlss Patten's cousin. MUs .Mannio to MUlersvUle, ,10 Luna Maples, to raKS" Mescal Is the curso of the Mexican 0urUJ GuUd tomw eoveraor a bulletin otatlng that the pakat'a ice. Tho Jcp plant was damaged by Bennatt'8 schoplhouso and old oil Kuowii, and Air. J, H. Sharp, of laand tho reserve supply woll, then over tho tianderfur Cross- - nation, according to thp sergeant, lb fomor Aho gvjn fire at tte condition was mast favoiftWe. to gan, were married in Hartford, FriIs a typical Mexican toorarajto uado &amal 0mnt NJgM dInner of tte Our ing has been entirely consumed. road from Joo Robertson's. Two day. Miss Patton and Miss Kvown ana m a boh, Mt1(lcscx olub tonlgot. iorco will repair the ioq plant." p. m. will go' over tfhu Centprtorwu, irom iuu cacius fuani. Marritd atEvaisvill. " are; wo of Adaburg'smost popular of a .whitish flu-U- . This drluk f said Admmlral Bdger reiwrted today Livprmore, Bed u 0ke of. the ckawsel-t- o 'HawcsvJllo and Gat- - jpung ladlfes. May theeir new voca-tk- n At th home pf Rev. Pryco E. bo. more detrimcBtaa tp Mexicans that all was quloC lu Vera Cruz, that roilis. All "cpatfjitantu are requesttf of 'tho wrid," Me continued lln, 412 Washington Ave., Bvaasvllle, p vo as promising afe they hbvo . disturbances JuHd belied, and that ed to leave ho drugs 'on sld rat roajd hn tho flro water is tp V ludiaa. ;,w baTOlltuocned tfcajUsAlr of havp seen mluiUoi. Vevsr Jnl5r)SW. ! to splsss lad. a quite wedding took pUw at anticipated la the wish of the writer. norswl tqr iapect4on. rewming its, Httsinaas , ' Mr. It. A. Owen made V business (vq pWock Monday afternopa, when ' much servko along the border, " to ask p tijoonat Ueouwfc.,.,. ;w1 Prof. Forest P. Salmon, Ut4a, Ky., tripo Hartfprd Saturday. caj will trantfem an prdiaar M- - riiietxilr t Tamplo forelg Rear Admiral Mayc, Men Mr. Beujsmin Sbowm. and (brother, Card tf Tkaiks, O. Fcldpausch, of Icon late u.fltiag man. I today tho Federal reported uiy i dttm ot any fewign Uad iMUs Vnal united la marriage, Edgar, of Wrlngtewa, Yjslted Evan Evanaville were to pub- , The axiom's lav for bis. burrp Jjb U makes pur hearts glad , forces tjure aJe smiting f urthor over 0 aJ poojdq PHBjdey. wuu, of the Dr. Oatlln, of Calvary Boptfst phurch, and LowelJ Owes tures to tho Coastttutioaalcflta for a licly acknowledge our ' heattHrelt b. like tlw .mother's lofvo tor tno no- u frm Tho rovlval WVMf at Ralph's Oaly H 'few . Blnto olfWfttiag. qbWeuikmg to born fcabe. An old nUbAid man whP United thanks anid profound 'ptimiav. otmUjuition aKsiost the ' . .. frieade were present to wumm the Chapel, coa4uet4'y'jtey. Dumt;. of i - t,i... CswUtutloaai- - our sway 'friends for. their guaer worked us a braknan atong (thp bot' i Btas. lip sU coMMay.' tte LceBTin bridtty ,ub-lo- s Onensboro, and Wevt JlsSWn. of Qtt. were WaMH-M- O our' def told the.. writer' Mous eoatribuiteerMk to ffffW lata .are sun i.nn. thtedw' night, .'tho V. M.jRubert, Mortah, cltiN Uked iy-Mgreat the tiro lhat kcveml am tat.M kw?w AdMlrui Mayp 'MfftM that SMlttjr SclMI fi ' ratv Redeaaifr siado. ihimwlf nvanj; jotwrsea t vi 10J "'W a railrowi snaa had accldently UiHit fV; Craddoste, Prf tie Arlttoa destroyed par Ifmv, Boulg.. . I Tfce MM, M.. ft toWUUfal trav- ! - ;vvi ",h bunfwMaM Mexican MEXICANS USE FIRE cd upon them and klUod thorn- One soldier, to show his disgust for the Mexicans, said: "If I owned a dog and ho brushed against the leg of a Moxlcan, why 1 .would shoot Itiho dog." -- FEDERAL TROOPS STRIKE DIST. Plant an t. -- - - . ," i' bo-ca- Latin-Ameri- anti-Americ- an iao I int-va- .next-SurUa- H br visit-Situati- on IBpr I l i. w "r Bt "" H ; i Mf e --- r es n j, m w ' 1 1 kt. I aut en ng j,. ""! Ml... r .3 M .j. j r, I u jo to" tbt gnf to . Ad-.m- irl Is. mmty fr rir tN. o-- ' I WW rtfe - at. - feJ.iria.iBay I , L1 - V Uk tU '.' HUNTING THE WOLF RATTLED THE ENEMY. An Uneaany Scotch Rust That Them Flying In Terror. 8n MYSTERY ISLANDS WOMAN COULD Many n lighting Percy shared In Vicious Brute, if English battles by laud and sea and Some of the World's Black Spots In Russia the inrely did one of them come to grief. That Defy White Men. Now Does Her Own Work. But in "Highways and Byways In tho Full Grown, Is a Marvel. Border," by the late Andrew Long Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetannd his brother .lohn, the honored HAVE NEVER BEEN EXPLORED. ble Compound Helped Her. FLEET, FIERCE AND STRONG. nnino Is linked with a story of defeat In 1372 the Percy of that day. the Kngllsh warden of the marches, Ironton, Ohio. I am enjoying betHe I Often More Than a Match For a at the head of 7.0(H) men lay encamped Their Inhospitable Shores or Savage ter health now than I have for twelve Nativea Bar the Way to Those Who years, when I be Pavk of Trained Houndt and Fairly not far from the river Tweed. Would Learn Their Secrets Fate of "To scare away from their poor litgan to take Lydia E. Fighta His Way to Freedom An Expeditions to Tiburon. tle crops the deer nnd wild cattle that Pinkham'a Vegeta Chare With a Grand Duke. were wont, when night fell, to rnvnge ble Compound I Leaving out of consideration the still Hunting wolves with diiR I one of them, (he Scotch country foil; of that could not sit up. I the most onprosliiR mid exciting of district ued to sound nt frequent In- unexplored portions of the arctic and had female troubles antarctic regions and there nre miland was very nerthe winter sports In Iltosh. mid In the tervals a primitive kind of drum. To vous. I used tho pursuit of the full grown wild beast the ends of long poles they tlxed what lions of square miles of them there remedies a year and may best be termed huge rattles, made nre many spots on this little globe of throe types of dog lire iiipd the I can do my work foxhound pack, -- the borzoi, or of dried skins tightly stretched over ours thnt have yet to become familiar andfortholasteight lEiissliiu wolfhound, nnd the hear semicircular ribs of wood. Inside each with the face of u white man and to months I have hound, a type which Is becoming rarer skin they put a few round pebbles. smile or frown upon the fearless nnd worked for other nil the time. The Iliissluti Imperial When shaken vigorously these rattles hardy pathfinder. women, too. I cannot praise Lydia E. New Guinea Is one of the few counhunt, which It situated nt Gatelilna. would give out a noise quite terrifying to any four footed animal, especially tries that still present untrodden Ileitis Pinkham's Vegctablo Compound enough nbont thirty miles from St. Petersburg, for I know I never would have been as is the scene of most of these sporting when heard In the stillness of the for the explorer, but there are a num- well if I had not taken it and I recomber of Islands that remain n mystery to night" events. mend it to suffering women." Tho clever Scotchmen planned n the world nt large and that will probarrSethod of hunting Is to employ The stampede, nnd lu the pitchy blackness bly so remain for many years to come. Daughter Helped Also. n "ring" or locate the nnltii.il by means One of these Isles of mystery is Ti"I gave it to myidaughtor when she of his tracks In a certain portion of the of midnight sent n number of picked forest, the mounted huntsmen remain- men carrying their rattles carefully buron island, where not so long ago an was thirteen years old. She was in poised and niuilled, who stole unper-eclve- explorer met his fate. Ills name wns school and was a nervous wreck, and s ing quietly about, with groups of from bush to bush nnd from Wayne, and he Is said to have been a could jiot sleep nights. Now she looks In leash, three together. The next so healthy that even the doctor speaks ptcp is to send the foxhounds Into the stone to stone until they were close clever mining expert Wayne went across to Tlhuron In of it You can publish this letter if you forebt to force the wolf to break cover, upon the enemy's camp on the heights at either side. Then they sounded the October, nnd not n trace has. since been like." Mrs. Rena Bowman, 161 S. lotli and on his appearance the are slipped. If the quarry can survive rattles with a sudden din truly In- seen of him, nor is it likely that bis Street, Ironton, Ohio. f fate will ever be known. Why will women continue two miles of bard pressure be will fernal. was warned of tbe dangers that day in and day out and drag outto suffer lie Picketed horses, mad with terror, bare outlasted the pace nnd staying a sickly, d powers of his pursuers, but If not the broke loose, rushed through the camp were before blm. In spite of offers of existence, missing three-fourtof the joy of living, when they wolfhounds will have pulled him down. nnd trampled over the sleeping sol- double pay he .could not get a soul to They can make no Impression on bis diers. Those who sprang awake, deaf accompany blm. 'so he crossed Hell's can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's passage alone and, like all others who Vegetable Compound? hide, however, but must wait until the ened nnd bewildered by the unholy up first horseman comes up. The wolf is roar which but a few comprehended, bare preceded him, hns never come If you have tlio slightest doubt either killed then by knife, or his legs were seized with n panic scarcely less bnclc Tiburon is no lonely Island In savage thnt Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetaand Jnws are bound up, and be Is abject than that of their horses. Many ble Compound will help yott,wrUo taken back borne and exhibited a few fled. Tbe rest found themselves, as Melanesia. It lies in the gulf of Cali- to Lydia E.PInkliam MedicincCo. addays In captivity, when be Is turned dawn broke, without either mounts fornia, separated from the Mexican (confldential) Lynn, Mnss-,fo- r our letter will bo opened, loose to furnish sport at n future time. transport animals or baggage, all of mnlnlnnd by only a few miles of salt vice. read and answered Iiv n unmnn In the London Times X. Krartchen-h- o which had been captured by tbe wily water. Vet it remains one of the world's and held In strict confidence. tells of a bunt in- - company with a Scots. On foot, in wrath and humiliagrand duke. In which one of these full tion, Tercy and his 7,000 fell back black spots. It hns never yet been explored by white men. Its only inhab grown vicious brutes proved too much across tbe Tweed. There Under Compulsion. for the hounds: Seldom in sober fact nnd modern itants arc n tribe of Indians who, arm "You ought to be ashamed to spend ed with bows and urrfws dipped In We bad reached our stations and be- slang has n formidable force been so some unknown but deadly poison, the best part of your life in jail," cause accustomed to patient, motionless easily and completely rattled! said the kind old lady to the prisoner. shoot down all who try to Innd. waiting when far away was beard the Tbe expedition of 1870 vanished into "Madam." replied Ithe convict, "don't voice of a bound on the scent Soon a mo tor it assure you. that I A MESSAGE TO MOTHER. tbe interior and wns never seen, a gain, blame TfboTe chorns joined In, and a little am here against my will." and tbe same fate befell the party later the wood In front of us began to Dear, headed by Professor Millies in 1004. fill with noise, nnd then suddenly, not It Cam With the Patting of Her ly Beloved Babe. There Is only one other island in all far from us, appeared a huge full It is time for me to go. mother; I am the world which can match Tiburon. grown wolf. He seemed to be absolutely undis- going. When in tbe paling darkness and that is Maluyta in tbe Solomons. turbed nnd trotted off as If uothlng'par-ticula- r of tbe lonely dawn you stretch out Match it that Is, In the way of savwas occurring, but in reality he your arm for your baby In the bed I agery. And even in Mnlayta there arc was traveling nt gre.it speed and had shall say. "Baby Is not there" mother. white men on the const. Valuable plantations of cocoanuts and other almost covered half the distance when I am going. I shall become a delicate draft of tropical produce hnve been planted on the grand duke unleashed upon him. I.Ike lightning the wolf turned and re- - air and caress you. and I shall be rip- the shores of Malayta. but Inland is n you tieated, but the dogs were quicker ples in the water when again.bathe nnd mountainous country covered with thick bush and inhabited by tierce "Let go!" shouted the grand dtike. and kiss you nnd kiss you In the gusty night when the raiu tribes of cannibals. my leash quickly followed. Every moon the leaves you will hear my Gold is believed to exist In the in- ment 1 thought the dogs would roll the patters wolf over and pin him. But the task whisper lu your bed, and my laughter f terior of Malayta. and more than one was evidently no easy one. The wolf will flash with the lightning through expedition has been organized to search went on and on. Xow and then he the open window into your room. for the precious metal. But the bush- If you He awake, thinking of your men, who steal noiselessly ns serpents would turn his head when some more 'shall through eiiterpilslug hound piessed him with baby until late In the night. I the tropical forest, have wiped his attentions. It seemed that there sing to you from the stars, "Sleep, out every one of the explorers, and mother, sleep." was nothing particularly menacing lu their smoke dried .beads decorate the On the straying moonbeams 1 shall the act. but so quickly did the mighty your bed and He upon your dark temples in tbe central mountains. Jaws snap th.it we could only tell as steal over Other islands there nre which are as one hound after another fell away bosom while you sleep. Impregnable as Tiburon and Malayta. I shall become n dream, and through with lipped sides that It had been far but for different reasons. One such is I more than a mere head shake. The lu-- . the little opening of your eyelids shall slip Into the depths of your sleep, Tromelin. a lonely spot of innd thirty credible strength and agility of the miles north of Mauritius. It is surbeast and the apparent ease with nnd when you wake tip and look round, rounded by n terrific rampart of coral, staitled like a twinkling firefly, I shall which Is fully 150 yards wide. A which he dealt with six of the mightmile iest and best borzois or the grand flit out into the darkness. When on tbe great festival of puja out on any side of tbe islnnd tbe sea ducnl kennel compelled one's respect the neighbors' children come and play is from 10.000 to 12.000 feet deep. The mid admiration. about the house I shall melt into tbe surf, which always breaks on the But now came a whirlwind directly rocky fence of this submarine mounIn his path two borzois, dark as night, music of the flute nnd throb in your tain top, makes landing practically heart all day. galloping toward the pursued. Intent at S will come with puja imnossihte. Dear the risk of their lives to overturn him presents auntie will Yet It was here thnt in 1701 a French ask, "Where, is our and I thought to see him torn to pieces in Mother, yon will tell transport was wrecked, and 110 suru few moments. But it is not In vain baby, slster5" her softly. "He is in the pupils of my vivors out of over 800 aboard got (.hut according to tbe rules of wolf ashore alive. Of these, seven, all black coursing a grown wolf has the honors eyes; be Is In my body 'and In my women, were rescued In the year 177U. soul." From "The Crescent Moon," by of tbe whole kennel nil the borzois on having by some amazing miracle kept the field must bo unleashed for be- Rabludranatb Tagore. life in themselves for a space of fifsides his strength the grown wolf Is teen months, with no food but shell Business and Army Recruitt. extraordinarily agile and Intelligent. Army oQicers are apt to smile at the flsh and no drink but brackish water. All these qualities he displayed to Jhp In the year 1007 that famous navl till before me. Tor tbe first time I saw very time that business men wear grave faces. When trade and Industry gator, Henry Hudson, reported the exa grown wolf nt bay. and I was no east longer disposed to feel any surprise fall off the applicants for enlistment istence of u rock island 300 miles May-en- . was named Jan that so many dogs bliouM be unleashed are nlso of so superior quality as to of Greenland. It wns never seen again That Island against one beast. Without changing make glad the hearts of recruiting Young men thrown out or until the year 18G0, when a parly of his course or his gait, suddenly, under otliccrs. the vqry noses of the borzois that were woik, especially those who are not ex- English people, among whom was rushing upon him. he turned to the pert, but "(It lu" to trades and callings, Lord Dufferln, caught a g'.lmpse of It. vanished for another (Ift.i Then Uncle tight.ind , headed htralght toward us. are Inclined to thin!: IbutattractionSam's years, toit be seen once more In .Inly. or U0W 7 mmMm service presents the Sumo dug-- to lug to tutu quickly, fell, lint Jumped up again and gave chase steady pay to the steady, even If the 1010, by tbe tourists aboard the yacht Kut the wolf. It .seemed, continued on monthly wage is not more than $13 Ing liner Oceana. solved once No one has ever set foot on .Tan Ills couis at tliu same quiet gait, as If' The army half loaf Is better than the fop civilian no bread Boston Transcript. Mayen. No ono Is ever likely to. for For dillv use In millions nil hir OilnmeK. he felt mi need lo expend his btrciitjtli of kitchens litis no navigator would willingly approach on Hiieh foes. liruval that Calumet is highest not only ia it. It Is the center of the thickest fogs quality but in leavening power ns well un"Knocked Into a Cocked Hat." Not fin" from me the dogs almost failing in rrsuUs pure oertoil; hiiu. 1 thought (lint one Ii.k) The meaning nf this epressmn Is not on the surface of llik pi. met. and from wonderfully economicalto the extreme nnd in use. Ask your gripped hiiu. but he turned his head generally known "Cocked hnt" was a one year's end to another u.stinlly And try Calumet next bake day. RrtH.1T. totally I in Mblc. and those leriible fangs of his iigulu Miliety of tho game of tenpins, In Bouvet Island, in the milarctlc. Is al did their deadly work. Sapling of whh Ii only tlnec pins well' used, .set Received Highest Awards It Is tbe birch and oak. the outposts of the for up at (he tingles of ti Tangle. When most equally luaccessiiito. nigh. Tbe dogs made In bow ling at tenpins nil weie knocked summit of ii dead volcano, which rise i est. were iihendy down civpl the Ihit-- nt the corners steeply from IuiiiicihcI.x deep water, ii lut desperate effort and almost him on" the very edge of the the set was said lo bo "knocked Into a nnd it has been higliled only twice ltt!l. Pans Ejpeii. sluce Its discovery lu 17".!. tits, Fiuci, wood. We saw how they all came lo cocked hut." whence the popular Mtrck. Once uud once onl. has man set foot for depriving nnj thing of Its i:ethor, tud then e heard the howl of or purine-- . Lou upon it. A boat from the (ierinau exone dog after . i not her as the wolf snap- main lod, ploring ship Valdhla laii'led. but the don Kx picas ped them off and his g,iny body dis.-ipeople found exploration Impossible, poured In the thlcl.ct. Then the Imr.l The rocky sides weie not only of Rubbsr Erasers. Mnlkl began to call their dogs together sleepne.ss. but they were liter- Inill.i nililier was used for the first and to gather up the wounded. l with smooth Ice. intikini! So we coursed the giown wolf. In Hum us an ciiimt lu 1770. when u very nllv twenty-livyears the I'crshluo hunt tuiall piece was hold for IS iiinrks. It climbing it matter of Impossibility. lias taken only fifty-Mof tlieni, wheie who, however, itiiinj ,e.uv later iH'fore Pearson's Weekly. It was put Irtlu general use. Prior to as ibu number of cubs and Let Evil End With You. wolves that have been taken bj Ibis (hi the crumb of broad w:i" used for I.vt evil i ml Willi j on. Do nor pass erasing purposes. 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RUSSELL) Seed, mid heirs according to the Promise.'1 Cnriitlnns .1:2!i. The Pastor first duiiiuiiNtrated from .Scripture that UKiiiUiml are under thu curse of death, mid that they can come under Cod's hlesliij; only by the bring-lu- g In of n neu condition. G'od's purpose to lift Hie cursi- - Is shown In His Promise to Abraham. "In thy Seed shall all tlio families of the earth be blessed." This Seed will roll uway thu curse nnd.roll In the blesliiK of life. Next the Pastor pointed out the Scriptural evidence that the Logos left Heaven mid became a human being, of the Abraluinilo stock, In order to become the promised Seed. Jesus, according to the flesh, could not be the Messiah, the promised Seed; for, although a perfect Man, lie could not have been the. Deliverer whom God had promised. Hew Jesus Became the Messiah. Then the Pastor showed that Jesus became the Messiah when baptized of John in Jordan. There He presented Himself a llvtug sacrifice, to dg unreservedly the Father's will. This meant, primarily, our Lord's death as the autltyplcal SlnotTerlng. Mnfiklnd are under Jhe death sentence pronounced upon Adam: thereforojthelr ltedeemer must taste death for'c. unkind before He could ask for their re" lease from that penalty. Our Lord's ascension was another step in the Divine Plan of salvation. As St Paul declares, It was necessary for Jesus to appear In the presence of God. with the merit of Ills sacrifice. In order that the Father might give the Church'the benefit of the cleansing which our Lord bad accomplished. Many have, not noticed, he claimed, that the Scriptures limit the work of the Gospel Age to the Church. The Pastor also showed that after Jesus had become the Spiritual Seed of Abraham through His anointing of the noly Spirit at Jordan, He began to" a limited extent the work of blessing. Rut after He bad ascended on High He was then the Perfected One, so far n8 He Himself was concerned. The speaker demonstrated, however, thqt tne scriptures clearly indicate that God had purposed that Jesus have a company of associates, to be sharers In the great work of human uplift. These constitute the Gospel Church, who are to be given, glory, honor and Immortality In the First Resurrection. They also will become, as members of Abraham's Spiritual Seed, Joiut-helr- s In the Messianic Kingdom. The Development of the Church. Primarily, the Seed of Abraham, the Pastor declared, was to be the Spiritual Seed Christ and the Church on the Divine plane. Hut Abraham's natural seed the Jews will 'also havo a part in the blessing. This is set forth In Genesis 22:10-18- , where God told Abraham that his seed would be like the stars uud the sand on tlio seashore. The speaker then explained how sonio from both Jews and Gentiles have constituted this Spiritual Seed. The early Church was mainly of Jewish origin. These had found tbnt they could not get everlasting life by keep-luthe Law. Therefore, as St Paul declared, t hey r must' become dead to.lt, accept Christ as their and consecrate themselves, in order to become members of the Anoluted Body. Ttie Gentiles were never under the Law Covenant, the Pastor demonstrated, and therefore they came Into Christ merely by presenting themselves living sacrifices as did the Jews. All wbo do so by faith Jew or Gentile are begotten of the Holy Spirit to Heavenly hopes and ambitions. Those wbo continue faithful unto death will receive a place In the glorified Church. Of this Christ Vompany Jesus was the Head, and the faithful in Christ Jesus have toeeu the members since. The Natural Seed of Abraham. The Pastor then showed that the experiences of the Jews throughout the Jewish Age hud developed a special class, enumerated by St Puul in Hebrews 11. These Ancient Worthies will receive their' promised "better resurrection'' In that they will awaken perfect men; whereas the rest of mankind will require centuries to attain human perfection. This Ancient Worthy cluss will be associated with the Messianic, Kingdom as Its earthly phase. The Heavenly ""phase will be Invisibly to humanity. The world will se the Ancient Worthies the Image and likeness of God In' the Ossh. topic H, Ll Wondrous Beauty of Santa Lucia Park, In Santiago. Santiago, nlth Its 100,000 of population, fifty miles Inland from Vnlpa- ralso, Is the capital of Chile. vlt lief In a great amphitheater forty 111110 long iiimI eighteen miles wide mid Is .Inclosed by walls of lofty mountains covered while with snow. Outside of Rio do Jniieiro, no capltnl In the world Standing In the ; bus u finer situation. .central plain. It looks out on one side joverffertllo Holds, sloping toward the coast range mid on thu other It looks up (11 the gU'antlc Cordillera 10.000 feet above It. furrowed with deep glens and covered with miowy wastes,, There uiv beautiful drives and parks ' and pleasure resorts on every hand. The Ahiincila Avonlda Dellelnx. (!i0 feet In whhh.-.ruii- s the entire length of the city. The finest private houses front on this wide boulevard. They nre built la Spanish style with court-yard- s full of Mowers mid shrubs. The miles of electric clly has sixty-sevecar lines. .Most of the streets nre paved with asphalt. The policemen carry swords. The city has an air of law nnd order. A beautiful park was given to the city by Senora Isadora Couslua. It is called the Qulntn Normal. Hut the park of parks In Santiago Is Santa Lucia. For striking and picturesque beauty It Is scarcely equaled anywhere ele In the world. It Is n steep and rocky hill rising 500 feet right from the center of the city. The original Scanty soil has been added to by skillful gardeners until It has become tin exquisite park, lifting Its verdurous masses like a banging garden high above the city. Flowers and creeping vines trail over rocks In wild profusion. Fountains glimmer In (he sunshine, marbles gleam against the green. Grottoes Invite you to their shade and winding paths allure the. traveler. o the very summit. Here, at the top of this green rock, n splendid vista of the city lies at your very feet. You hear the hum of trade and the buzzing wheels of commerce and out beyond you sec a fertile plain, while on the far horizon the mighty summits of the snow capped Andes cut their silhouettes agnlnst a sky of blue. Beautiful for situation Is Santiago, unique nnd fortunate in.its Santa Lucia park. Peter McQueen in Xutlonal Magazine, I n ' Mw)i jiiftWlSIWSipug.vJw HI' riggo lBf liir. W!i-Inct- on iiiJBBJWLaMB'riga ?l& r""l , Kd Kentucky Doardi and Courts with their stall with officers nnd salaries. 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Coilrier-JoUm- al Compaq , IWkllWa WsiP) Incorporated LOVimVILLK. KY. V H dww, iruord Republican. Kntred ixrorAIng to Imc lit thf t'ontofflr ftford, Ky.', aa mnll matter of thu wcond $1,000,000 worse off for the first DID NOT LEGISLATE quarter of this year than It was for the- first quarter of Inst year, Is' fU Till HI II I V still endeavoring to hold Its staff of NA ! lUll ALL I workers together though part llnio Stest prevails n.t Jts works. it Is entirely Jusfc tjint the unem- Democratic Tariff Policy BARNETT, Editor & Propriotor Sectional !"i;Nrn8u,lc othlng ll0 Soc,ary' I BARNETT, Associates Editor ployed nnd pnrty empojed of Pntcrson matter with ALLISON nuJ Passaic should hold President cur navj," he "There is nothing and Not in the Interest of W Won in a measure responsible for tin nu.l er with our discipline. Thero Address nil communications to the Whole Country. thtlr plight. .i nci ns the matter with our splcn-- 1 The Hartford Republican. 'n.d pcistno!.; there la a great ileal no .. 'till, tltfltri. tfl1 IU.J ...ll.lff. I'lnlKlmllid When Anti 'Free-TradeUnite. .... . vtt 1. .1,. I'll.'lll , IUM Jiltllt, NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Tho causes productive of tho pres-- ! there Is a great dial the matter with tho The Industry, tho business, tho soil plantflnbncrileri dextrin the innnwnt to n new ddremi intmt Rite the old inlilw. In ninklnp the wealth nnd the prospcritj of that cut trials of tlio treasury arc Uiq In-- 1 ,acIt of Information on tho part of a rrqneet. district nrc largely founded upon the ability of tho Democratic iarty tl) KroiU lotion of our citizens ns to tho your, to preparnaalnexK I.ocnl nnd Noticed loc per line find c Tariff system which the Republican think nationally nnd bo popu'jir mis- - "V. per line for ench nddltlnunl inwrtlnn, tarty gave iC years ago to make undorstnntllng of the part playiil by "It Is my firm belief thr no defl- Obltanrip. lienolntlona nu.l Curd of Think t most Now Jersey more strongly Ropubll- - tho tariff In meeting tho revenue nlto programme of naval construction per line money In ndvnnce. for itvIcp free, liut other (can tlintl Church .Notl" had been Democratic demands of the Government. The by that 1 mean a programme thnt it is Church nclrertliementf, no per line. for generations before that. Demo- governing spirit of the Democrats in will not be In Jeopardy every Umo will receive no Anonytnoun communication crats dlsjnUsfitJ with the results of framing tho new Tariff was sectional. Congress assembles can be lall down' attention. to use. government by their nary within tho The leaders among those who put the until a overwhelming majority of our last year wouldn't vote more than GO schedu'e together know tho South, peoplo becomo friends of tho navy TSZ.2PR01TEC. ,12 3 per cent strongly for their jiarty's but they did not know any other and give somewhat more than a jas-- ' Cu.a.'carla..i ....... of this raimors' candidate, but tho Republicans and section. They, to place the most char- - slve support to tho navy's proper Progressives who had been at each construction on their course, velopment." others' throats in 1012 wore glad to were possessed with the notion that .Mr. Daniels Bald his pride nnd FRIDAY, MAY a. get together at this special election tho people of tho North and West of American nawil officers on Tuesday to protest against he were "groaning" under the "Tariff and men was stirred and strengthenHow can wo "mcUlato" on Insult to results to their district of thotJ one burden," relieved from which they ed by John Llnd, President Wilson's the flag? year of Democratic government. That would manifest their joiy by Immense personal In Mexico, representative lmportatons of foregn made goods, upon eils return to tho United Stales Gen. Funstpn should bo able to looks llkq Tariff. cap'ure Huerta, without swimming a If tho Soventh Congress District which would keep up tho revenue to recently. The. Secretary remarked that of New Jersey is a criterion it looks the Democratic prospectus. Not think .Mr. Lind called to tell him that the river. as clear as sunshine that Jf the Re- ing nationally the Democrats did not officers and men of tiho navy iwcrcjjio legislate nationally. The popuar mis- finest body of men he hail over Known, "I am the only Democrat who can publicans and Progressives ,who against the Democrats in 1912 understanding of the Tariff as a rev and that Rear Admiral Fletcher was now be elected In Kentucky." Gov. fertilizers McCreary, annd fell, unite against the. Democrats enue factor Is one from which It Is a "wise man, of sound Judgement, nnd for the Congress elections next fall, not easy to absolve many of those beJ cr than that, ho' is a patriot, loy- Why not also include the Governor and In 19 IC for the Presldental elec- whp fell Into it. The Tariff ordinar- aj to the core to )ils country." Of Texas nnd tup Goyrenor of Sotfth tion, tlioyw ill sand . ily furnshed the Government but lit- Tho navy now lias its full quota, Carolina ihe plan for. mediation. tjon, they "will stand. tie more than half its rocolpts, yet and for the first time has n waiting on It twos not uncommon to find mien to list the Secretary said V'e are all behind President) WilSjicaklng of Ids recent order abolton and reaWy, although we may: not Money Goes Away and Stays whom "Protection" was a "bugaboo" to Ferdeclaring that nine-tentof tjiq na ishing Irbo wlno moss tjio Secretary Know what we aro to ,be called upon Away. tional revenues camo through the said: to 'do. is The money that goes into Cana custom houses. Such critics, .Who ..,.,..,, c,nmiIo ,. . . ., Scoro ono for Huerta. Ho has o,t, dian grain nnd potatoos, Mexican cat- constituted no small portion of the j , seQ u corn, admirers of the "new freedom" were icS ' from President tle, Argentine beef, pprk utl got wool anil mutton, Now MI..Il nf tlm nvlstnnrv, k? .1. t". ' ' to Ulsclptllie 0Tl UlO 0110 JlWd, Australian Wilson, even Jjiough It comes second 1Q " twfcl this into a caso of discipline, , Zealand butter and cheese, Chinese 11 f ,T ' bamlcd. veer aiwajs increuuwus run mad on the. other. Far greater 4" eggs al this nionoy, and Siberian te Corn of Coir We Say, gods out of ilia. lMlUds'&f'ifie 'when the fact .was stated that in questions than that of discipline. Jle Th econt!loni)n-the-Stavalue of Imports back of this." recent years '' orado, if sufferdd ;tb continue much American farmer ttud Into'the hands largely exceeded He said ((here was no body of moro Irmeor. mitrlit also attract attention of the fanner) Of these other coun- paying no duties that of Imports on which duties iwere temperate tlear-headmen In the Aimenj&ih" Tho money goes away and it t some, of our Souf tries collected. If these critics are. still worild than American naval offlcotb. v goes away to stay. Were i neighbors. it to re- Incredulous, they are referred to He asked his hearers whether they main at hom-- . It would ra into hit recentl" published Government reWillson j& O, is said that would not demand tho abolishing of ,pcime3'"and barns, better and turns showing' that In tho calendar thinking of running for the United ler engineers more agricultural implcmenst, more yer 1912 imports free of duty aggre-ga'd- d a wine mess in railroad He Senate. States must JEuan pianos clubhouses if the railroads should perand automobiles, better roads $092,343,921, whlSo those Idutl-a- mit such a jthlng. "crawling". He could run just about and schools. And because of this, it were valued at $825,729,134- - Tho as fast as a terrapin. "Tho wreck of a groat battleship," would mean more work for more men calendar year 1913 tetts tho same talc, said tho Secretary, "the loss of a Should we go to war .with Mexico, In t' factories, who in turn would for tho duty free tcfjal iwas 7, critical battle and the honor of the Japan might demand that Secretary consume more of the products of the 3. and the dutiabjo was country may easily hinge upon one Bryan answer her last letter, wrltjcn farm- A dollar shipped put of the By this time the country Is of many men In the varied and commore than a. year ago. n regard t? country that snlgjhib be kept here, in some measure recovering from its plex duties which these grw.1, masses un au'VTarif hysteria, and --4t Ss'ln's,' with reasnoable foresight'. Is an the California lanld trouble. necessary break in the endless chain state of mind to realize thalt those fof Intricate machinery called battle ships have created, Hon. R. P. Ernst, of Covington, of Prosperity that runls from the to whom the Tariff was a Jbugaboo would make a strong candidate forV,. that wo sigh that mono victims ore date of deed April 30, 1SW. to tho faotory, fram j factory to Wanted 600 people in the being demanded United States Senator, and one up to the oflce and store, and thence were not less mistaken than those each year by tthol Katie Doll Paris Jo W. VT. Part. whom it was a fetish.. oa whom we believe all factions back agin to the farm. Muncle Sunday Schools of Hartford cancer plague, but at the same tune, ;uue of deed April 2(, 1903. might unite. Besides, he is big enough .(Ind.) State Journal. V. B. Morton ,to 3, Jt. Iglcheart. when wo recognize the fact that Coughed for Three Years. May 3. for tie Job. We know of no one whom other diseases arq being eliminated, date of deed Oct, 27, lOOti. '"I am a lover of your godsenid to we could supprt with greater aeal. The Finish of Free-Trad- e. Ivy "William and that men must die, (this lis not McKlnley ito Cyrus humanity and science- - Your medicine, ''"The business interests of this Dr. King's New Discovery, cured my Significance of the Cancer Death such a discouraging situation, If W. Wlllliun8 Wate of- - deed Oct, Tho Courier-Journhas declared , such a thing were possible, atfci all H, 1910. Rate. war and calls for a conquest to tho country are getting mighty tired of cough of three years standing," says 3. II. Morris to Warren lloyd, datq Free-Tradare be- Jennie Flemmlng, of New Dover, Ohio Statistics, especially when dealing diseases should be conquered but and the foborers CftnaL Well, we might conquest some ' Of and buy part of It, Let Japan ing taught sense." So (writes to the Have you an annoying cough? Is it' with, ilcath, are useful, but are fre- cancer, the world wou9d find ithat U00 oi aeoa Dec. 10, vm. per cent of the mortality Iwas due to Sam Wllllama to Jared Williams, have the Philippine Islands and American Economist the editor of an stubborn axil won't yield to treat- quently alarming. During the recent congressional the one unconquered disease. In tlmo dato of Ideed Oct. 3, 1903. .transfer that much energy in an Important trolde journal published in ment? Get a COc. bottle of Dr. King's .W. II. Venerable to Chas. Davis, Wihat it did discussion over the use of radium cancer will bo controlled and In the effort to Btralghten things out on the Interest of the shoe and leather Now Discovery Undoubtedly the business for Jennie Flemmlng It will do for for the treatment of cancer nn array meantime we ahoud not bo unncoes-sarit- y date of deed April 1, 1908. industry. this continent. J. P. Wilson to Orant Pollard, date interests ar getting tired of the you, no matter how stubborn or or itatl8tlcs wero introduced which alarmed. of deed Dec. SO,. 1905, Out of some thirty jurors question- strain and worry brought upon them chronic a cough may be- - It stops a caused unnecessary alarm. ed in making iy a jury in a munder by the Free-Trad- e W. Uoo Tariff. Business cough and stops throat aril lung Keep Bowel Movement ofAlvln March to 1913, C. Knott, 'date It is fairly obvious that man's deed case last week In tho Ohio Circuit men aro tho flrstj to feel the strain 2, Relief or money back. 50c. Regular. is death. He must join that in Court, five announced that they did and worry, for they have payrolls and ?1.00, at your Druggist. "' "! ""1 lu wuw "veny, uaio Dr. Klmr's New lllta Pliu fcm numerable caravan sooner or laternot belle vo dn tho deaUh penally. Tho which must bo taken care lof. A man ' oi ucou April IC, 1912. Bucklen's Arnica Salv o for Pimples4-- , Ho may prolong his days but tho stomach, kldnoyB In heal licr and M. L. PJilpps to W. O. Knott, dato world la growing better. Tho tlnio may adjust a defaulted note, but not end will come oventually. It Is equal- Uiy condition. Rid tho body of pois- of deed May 9, 1912. Is not far distant when no ono .will a defaulted payroll. Ho cannot sur-viv- o Dan els Lauds Words of Badger. ly obvious that if thero wero only Ola Porter to Walter Knott, dato Vo found who will consent to apply that. Tho secondary effect is At i.he ninth annual banquet of tho two fatal diseases, each causing a ons aild waste. Improvo your complexion by flushing tho liver and of deed Jan. 10, 1912. bjcu a sentence as this to fellow man. on tho farmers and tho Navy League held at New York mortality of 50 per cent, and an abAlvln Itowo to Ola Porter, dato of It takes a little longer for them week Secretary Daniels was guestlast solute cure feu ono of (tjieni was kidneys. "I got more relief from ono It will then seem more like our counof box of Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills deed April 12, 1910. to reallzo tho blight of try is Christianized. honor and made a speech In which found and appLufl. the othr would illian any modlcjne 1 ever tried," says J. P. Stovoiis to F. G. Patton. dato of all, tho merchnats, shopkeep ho praised the navy in (jeneral ami ' nectusarlly become tho causo of JO'J C. The First Sign of Reaction. K. Hatfield, of Chicago, III. 2oC. of deed April 2, 1913, ers, trad.smen, doctors, lawyers, Admiral lladgcr in particular In cent or all deaths, A. F. tiraham to II. J. Odcl. dato at (Jour Drugist. go'k Tho result of tho special Congres- clergyman. In time Free-Traflclci, work in the start fcr JleIcan --Medical men conclusively state that of deed March 2, 191 L sional election In Now Jersey is a around to them, too. So, when a'J waters. 'recent advances In their tclenco liavo N. C. Patton to F. G. Pntton, JMow to President Wilson-- ' It can- - have, hrld tho experience and learned Now York, April 17. With Josiiph- - 'about doubled tho ehanccB of a perdato of deed .March 0, 1911. not bo. explained away by saying that tho lcason, they go to tho polls nnd ils Daniels, Secretary of tho .Navy, tho 'SOn attaining tho aso of 13. Of dls- S. P. Fulkoifeou to II. P. Taylor, vote out "To tJUs com- gUQst of honor, the district is normally Republican. the Navy League of .- .-, m ti. imnnn hnim, t Power or Attorney, ilay 15, 1913. It Is not normally Republican by plexion it must como at last." ,'the United States hold Its ninth nn- - 1Ulblo !jeforo m tnat ,lH0 Bmaiij)0X J,as J. B. TIchcnoc itoM. G. Sncll, any such pluralllty as Mr. Drukkcr ri nual banquet last night and uu.nu i,Bn nl , n ill n;iM Wlimi Mi a dato pr decid Nov. 13, 1911, Should Rise and Explain. Unrecorded Deeds. eclved. Tho Democratic party just esspeakers laud tho prepanUness of the dlscaso J. D. Tucker to, L. P. lXibnoy. dato Is entirely cradlcated-anit caped becoming tho third party in the Two million pounds of beef were navy for immedlajfl action, as shown Tho following is a list of Decd3 of deed Doc. 30, 1913. race. That is not normal. Tho city Imported from Argentina last week, by tho prompt departure of a iowor-f- will bo death will seek another from Jan. 1st, 1900, to dato that aro B. A. Grocr to Magglo Rpyal, date; means of preying on the hnnun race. of Patterson went Republican- - That but tho consumer got no benefit squadron for Mexican waters at Men and wpmon must die-- If ono dis- hold In tho Ohio County OJork's of- of deed Dee. 29, 1911. Is not normal. was Imported from Chicago the call of tho Washington author it W. II. Mooro to E. Crabtrco, Jdato ease to which tboy wero formerly fice anil are unrecorded: A real overturn took place. Tho packers who arq getting control of ities this week. AmMcr Chick, to W. B. Martin, of deed Juno 27, 1913. fill OPATltt 111 n to ntwwl1an sv.l tlinn ltntr Progressive party almost lUsappeared tho Argentine market and keop up C. W. Whltler to Grant Pollard, succumb to another or die. In dato of deed, Oct. ID, 1901.- - . in tho zeal of tho voters to defeat tho prico hero. Tho Government is ers, wero Capt. Albort 1: "S-com- - .. Gleaves, , , ,. . J. W. Chancellor to N. M. Chan- dato of dwjd. Nov. 12, 1912. President Wilson's candidate. Wo Bay out the Tarlf Jt would have received mnnrl'llit rt itVirt llnrnlltrnU. nnwF tmnl ' 0 HIH.IUUIiV W 'VflU WWJll t ilUI Under tho Kentucky Statutes an Tio mortality from typhojd, diph- cellor, dato of. deed March 18, 1907. President Wilson's candidate becauso from this meat nnd so no ono appears Itear Admiral A. T. Malum, J J m'.lrid: T. A. Evans to Hester J. Farmer, unrecorded deed la worthless nnd vbur himself tho President Identified to bo benefited but tlio packers. Tho Roar Admiral Charles 1). Slgsbce, re theria and even tuberculosis has been tltlo. to land may be questioned et O'Byrno's causo with his own. And Chinese hen Is lamllng her fruit In tired; Dr. Henry S. Drinker, president enormously reduced, tho roviagcb of dato of deal Nov. 1', 1905. Mary B Hardin to Rlcliard Wells, any time. Besides you cannot pass tho Socialist party emerged and be- Chicago ang other cities freo of duty of Lehigh University, ' aud tho Itov. puerperal fe.ver, appendicitis and vauiir ii you, should doslro to bc1 withpthor scourges havo been greatly dato of deed, Jan. i, 1U01. came a factor il way b a sign of In- and if tho prico continues to fall eggs John P. Chadwick, chaplain of tho rious Uold Huxlen, & Co- - to L- out v0ur deed Is recorded. Attend - wn mitigated by antisepsis and surgery. o dustrial discontent. wjlll be soiling a,tl 'tho o3j battleship Maine. Hams, date of Meed May 1st, 1900, to this without delay if your namonp Tho New Jersey district is only a prico of six cents a dozen. "Once moro h0 nation in (ime In addition to all of this, whilo tho Rowan Holbrook et ah, to C P. pears on this list. small part of this country, but Jts Progesslvo Republican candidates of stress has called upon tho nav(y," surgeon has inado romarkablo proW. C, BLANKENS1HP, gress, the cjiomlst lias not been idlo. Koown, dato of deed June 29, 1910. action Is tho lirst sign that the re- for Congress who helped to bring said Col. Robert M. Thompson, r, A. N. Embry to Mary E. Pitman, Clerk Qhlo County Court. action has at last set in which the about this Democratic Tarlf should In fact, his achievements may bo fcaM in his adldrsos, "and as ever, dato of deed Doc. 13, 1907, Wilson adiulustraton had to fear from rise and explain. Slaton (.Minn') the navy has been, found prepcred tind to bo us groat, Jf not greater. Pre W. M. Livers to Stephon Brown, A Texas Wonder. tho existing period of Industrial de- Gazette. ready for immediate action, able to ventive medicine, hotter sanitation, date of deed Fob. 10, 1902 The Texas Wbnder cures kidney an pression. The ratterson-Passal- c disbetter inspection of foods, better undo wimp it Is askod to do." Jacob Jackson et oi., to Trustees bladder troubles, Notice. trict was Just the sort of district in dissolves gravel, Vo do not know what iwe will be derstanding of the laws of health, Elk Chapel Church .Aug. 22. 1900 cures dltbotes, weak tnd lame back which tho reaction would bo likely The First National Bank of HarU calfed upon io do, but two are ready." havo contributed eaoh in its sttont W. L. Shultz to Mabel dierrel, data rhounutlam, and all Irregularities of first to manifest Itself. ford, located at Hartford, lu tho This tlmo tho pnly statomentt Rear way toward nllucjng tho causes of of deed March 27, 1911. tho kldnoys and bladder In both men In tho smaller industrial State of Kentucky, is closing up its Admiral Charles Workers i , Badger, comman- death. J. Mabel Herrol to W, L. Shultz, dato and women, concerns would feel fjio full force of affaire. All ttegulatos bladder trouand others, der As the field In this way "js nar- of decld March 27, 1911. of tho American fleet, bles. In children .If not sold Industrial depression quickly. Tho creditors of said assoclation.are here hold to make as his ships steamed out rowed, it Is but natural that by you? lio T. A. Ragland to T. W. Ragland, druggist, win send by larger employers of labor, like tho by notified to present tho notes and of Hampton Roada for Mexico, was percentago of death from causiejj tliey mall on receipt of J1.00. Ono small bottle Is ralrouds, have only just begun to lay otoer claims against the association mado public by Secretary DanlolsHo cannot roach or are reaching slow dato of ded Dee. 7, 190G. C. R. Riley to Jared & Sam Wil- two months' treatment, off men "extensively. A big Jndivstrlal for payment. and Midom be "Added to tho splondid woiISs spok ly should be raised liams, date of Ideed May 6. 1903.. fails to 'perfect a euro. Send concern, llko tho Lackawanna Steel ALVIN ItOWB, President, on by American naval heroes." Tho statistics showing an Increased Louis Rogers to Charles Blanch- - timonials from thin ami nil,..for 'tesCompany, whoso reports, Just mado Dated at Hartford, Ky., March 5, . I Mr. Danjol .old tho members of death rate from cancer are alarming. ard, dato of deed April IS, 1901. VIMI PM4WD r. u. w. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. yubllc, shows that it Is more tbanl 35t8 Uw Navy League that the brevity nnd It is but natural when ion. a first vlewtU Martha J. Ross to A. L. Wlthrow(LipuIs, Mp. Sold by drbjfgtobj. 30t52 comprehensiveness of that Htatemen'. deserved to rank ,wth those of Dow- 'e'' at Manila nnd s.Tohn Paul Jones t1" th" baU, of lln Homnio Ilidi lard nnd tho Sernpls. . Annppe.ilfor popu'nr supjiort of tho I I CM. FERTILIZERS You i 1 rs I h ' doubt are considering the preparation of your and the ing of crops. Next I ! . le ation the important consideration the FERTILIZER you are going For nearly 30 years we have sold to many the farmers of county ed Horse Shoe Brand for Corn and Wheat Grower Challenge Corn Grower and the Homestead Tobacco Grower. You can't buy any better I hs 'iii .. You might buy worse. Stay the safe side and drive your wagon our warehouse. The tilizer here for you. Corn and Wheat Grower than these. .. f " $1.35 $1.50 'j.-.- te ,!' ' Challenge Grower ed Homestead Tobacco Grower $2.00 ex-Uo- v. b' E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. $992.-370,74- $800,-667',73- ' al e, to-da- y. wage-earner- s. Frcc-Trado-Ij- cf-lp- er de Free-Trad- Children Cry CASTORI A d ul M...th0.: W Free-Trad- toast-maste- note-holde- rs i ' hi-chl- ita ??5!rvMKQSL KBfftHhflMM ,f..3Jl- - nnfrf L Warm Weather Specials Warmer weather is what the weather man predicts. Necessarily you will have to have comfortable wearing apparel. We have them you will need them. Don't worry-to- o warm for that-bu- t come to us. It's time saved and money well spent. For your comfort we have: Sheer Fnncy Organdies Dainty 1'lain and Fancy Crepes Figured and Plain Dimities Ladies' Union Suits Extra Quality Ladies' Vest ......'. Fine Mercerized Lislo Vest Silk Lisle Hose Long Lisle Gloves h White Silk Gloves '.. , Men's B. V. D. Underwear 1$, V, D. Union Suits Men's Men's JJalbriggnn Union Suits Underwear Min's Mesh-Kn- it Gauzo Lislo Half Hoso The latest in Straw Hats Wash Tics New Belts 16-inc- corporation. Loulso Philips has returned tended will ,from a visit with rula'SiVes In Naslt- - cd. Miss vl He. Mrs. R. E. Duke visited her parnear Cromwell .Monday and better. o Now Albany, hid- Our local inercliant, .Mr W, E. Ellis, has In this corporation nnd Mrs. llottlo llownnl, who lins been taken stock dl has .been elected ns ono of tho quite sick for several da) a, is much rectors, and Is treasurer for the U. S. Carson Is agent for tho mous American Wiro Fencing. fa- pro-duc- ents Tuesday, Mrs. U. R. Wedding and daughter Miss Elcnor, attended tj!iu funeral of .Mrs. Coppago at llartltitts Uriah Ferry .Montluy. i j 10c 25c 10c and 15c 25c and 50c 10c 15c ' . .1 25c 50c $1.00 50c $1.00 50c 25c 25c 1.00 and up 10c 25c and 50c See us for warm weather specials or any other article for warm weather comfort, and remember that it Pays to Trade with a House That Saves You Money. I41&Gb. Hartford Republican. 'V Mr. J. W O'Bannon spent several days wMft her parents near Crcjtn.wetf ' returning' Tuesday. v,,l- Louisville, is the uefc of relatives in and near M. H. ft E. Kailmd Time Ta We Hartford tato WPCk. has returned Mrt. Ollle Barnott at Hartford, Ky. Monday from an extended visit to her sister U A N. time card effective Mrs. Sudle Travis, StoubenvjUe, O. Aug. 21st. 4. Ha. Baseball will open Wednesday, May No. 118 North Bound due 7:19 fcth, at Hartford, so will Her & Black daily except Sunday. open with a nice line of Hardware. No. 114 North Bound dub 2:20 p. daily except Sunday. Only two more days for Fenny No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. Pictures at Schroeter's. dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound duo 1:1C p. in. Es"i Barnott a student at Yailder-b- ll dally except Sunday. Training School, Klltton, was Jiomo H. B. MISCHKE, Agt. for a fw days vls;t ,tie first of tho week. FRIDAY, MAY 1. - , (vf Hcu A, S. Bennett, i. 2tl Shaving Parlor. Potatoca nifl Her & Sweet Seed Hack's the last barrel. jMr. John f. Mooro returned Jiomo ' Friday from Louisville. -SALVET. tho great stock remody. 3Ctf kSco U. S. Carson, Hartford. Don't fall to stop and look at Her & Black's ltaAlwuro window. I?or Service, cleanliness and satisfaction, visit City Restaurant. Wire Fence best on American sale byU. S. Carson. earth. For Dr. E. nTTendleton returned, ifrom a profeBBlonal trip to Louisville Wednesday. aiw.Fronlo Allen will leave n a few days for Chicago to visit her daughter. Mrs. SudJo Tarvls, Steubcn,vllje, O., Is tho guest of her father, Mr, R. A. Anderson. Motion picture show t Dr. Beftn'a Opera House Saturday nlghC Something good. . Wo will havo wore Jooso. Garden Seed In 1LER & BLACK. daughter, MrV Dan"KfnirvUlted .b,a Jennings, pt Control MW. Charjes ClSy, Sunday. stock ot aiarncas 1 havo a" fno ""find also do repair work S. L. KINO, Hartford. 41tf N to-tla- IWall Taper at, OhioJSoDrug Co. 2 aj Klloy's Got 12 "uathTTor .Mrs. C, M. Barnott returned last week from Nashville, where "she lias been visiting her daughter, lMrs. E. V, Cooper. Tho blgffcst bargain wo have over offered our subscribers Is Tho Republican and four magazines, all ono year, for only $1.25. If you will subscrlbo to' The Republican for ono year wo will sond you four monthly magazines for only 25 cents extra. Ono of tho largo iilato glass windows In Mr. E. 1. Moorete meat market was broken out soiiiq itlmo Saturday night. Mrs. Casoy arid son, 'Walker, who havo beon the guests of relatives and friends here, have returned to their homo (n Lebanon, Term." Block & Blrkhcad J havo Just received a carload of Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Corn Drills, Disc liarrows, 39tl Cultivators. and Sisal Twine. Mra. J. W. Bcnnetit, of McHenry, vlgltcd her niece, Mrs. Luther Millfrom er, of Goshen nolstfiborhood Thursday until Sunday oMast.woek. Wo havo in Btockthe greatest lino' of Paints, Oil, Varnishes ever carrl)l in, Ohio county, it 'In the jnarkot, see Hartford Mill Co., 41tf purchasing. Scroen ijoora and wlndowla made and guaranteed to fit. Old pues recovered and palnltdd" at reasonable prices. Soo us. HAltTFORD MILL CO. 41tX Mrs. C.""PrKoowu has' returned ha been I want to disposer 'of fcko 4lanco frpm Owensboro, where she W ot my' stock, of Corn Drills, BreakJjutlng" relatives for ing Plows, Dlso liarrows. Double-Shovel- s, dayiB. , Five-TooCultivators, maa-zlao- s You can get four splendid Harrows, &c- - and will sell 25 cents extra ono year for very tow prjco-41trenewing your subscription to The Bouie at a S. L. KING, Hartford- ' . Republican. be-fo- ro UwTt th th !' ou n soda fountain Wo will Bell and sonio sliow cases cheap If you conio quick. Ohio County Drug Co.' Mr. Sam Anderson, of Ioulsvlllc, wns called hero Sunday on account of tho serious JUnces of )i!b mother, Mra. R. A. Anderson. If your subscription to Tho Republican Is Iduc, better pay up now and get four big mngazlnes, all one year, for only 23 cents extra. Sco tho locals and Owensboro Hustlers at East) End Park Wednesday. The War and Health. IT First game of season. Admission The New York Herald recites sonio samo as luet ytar, 25 (c 1.". 10c extra Interesting staltstlcs on the losses in to grand stanld for men. thp old Mexican war. Wanted 600 people in the The Herald states that 27,000 reguSunday Schools of Hartford lar troops and some 57,000 valunllfjcra wero employed. Tho Jossos from May 3. wounds rccciveH In battle were 1,400 Just received a carload of the privates and 120 officers- - Disease carJJones Brand ot Fertilizer. Havo an) ried off 10,800 men. Moro than 0 analysis and will sell on same terms were discharged for disability 1 hove heretofore sold. ami invalided home. About 30 per W. E. ELLIS, cewt of the total erillstmenta were Tho Produce Merchant. 40tl killed, disabled or invalided. Kentucky Js Surtlao' . Sunday If wq arc to have another war wltHi School lay and cveyrm ember of tjie Mexico wo will bo Jucky if iwe get Mcthodls Sunday School fs request- off with the services of less than ed to .try to bring eomo ono with 250,000 men of all arms. him or her. How many will you In tKo old war what is now bring? J. H. B. CARSON, Supt. was invaded from only two; is true that Gen. Fremont, headed Mr. J. A. Anderson and wife, Owensboro, arc at the bedside of llr. a revolution in California in favor ArtJerson's mother during her serious of Americans and Doniphan marclie'd lJlnoss. iMr. Anderson Is foreman of overiand through New Mexico to the the Owensboro Inquirer mechanical presen Mexican border and then into' Chihuahua, but one big Invading department. force was from Brownsville eastward A. D. Taylor & Son will present scenes ot actual warfare In Mexico toard Monterey and then southward at Bean's Opera House next Monday to a point between Santtllo onid San This column did not reach night. Tho great battle of Torreon Luis. and hto capture by ,Gen. Villa in within 500 miles of tlie city, rrfce qth-oinvasion was from Vera Cruz. peo it. vivid pictures. Don't fall to If we are to have a war with Admlssipn to everyone 20 cents. Mexico there; will be an Invasion Big parade of Sunday School from Vera Cruz,, one from Laredo and children Saturday afternoon 4:30, certainly one from Bl Piaso. There will, proDODiyaiso be columns operat then mass meeting in the Court ing from Tampico westward and mayHouse yard at 5:30. Come and be a column from the lower Pacific coast towaild 'the. (city. be With Mit '- We must expect big' losses It we .Twenty mpn oX Oq. H, K. N. 'Q- - gx. in, but our tosses by disease should niiit at the armory Saturday night fo'f be comparatively Jess than in the drift and all were interested in the former war. Mexican situation. On being questionn Qur war taught ed all except one expressed their us 'hot we knew nothing about tak willingness to go to Mexico. That ing care of soldiers In the field. We one eajd he could go if needed. immediately began to learn and Our Mrs. Jane Peyton died Wednesday medical department its. now thoroughmorning at tho home of her son-l- n ly eflclent. Some of our military uivl law Mr. Ernest Wilson (where pho had navy medical men nave become .world daughter when she famous as sanitarians. boon visiting contracted pneumonia, Mrs. Peyfyn, Tho plain soldier, bath regular and was 70 years of age. Tho remains volunteer, and the officers are learnwero Jakcn to'Olaton .Wednesday for ing year by year more about taking Interment. caro of themselves. The average solTOo frtet ganw of thoiocal 1914 dier or citizen will not dare Mrink baseball Stoison will be staged at East waf which 15 yeans ago ho iwould End Park Wednesdy ,whon tho Ow- havo swallowed without a thought. Tho average layman lias also (learnensboro Kitty Loaguo team ties up wit' Harftord. Let's eIvq tho Hustlors ed ho to avoid typholjd and many some practice. Como out and got the "of tho other diseases which uncheckhabit. Admission 15 and 23. No extra ed create such havoc when masses of charges to grand stand for Jaiiics; men get together. meu 10c. Our army, which waB cncampOl on '.Mr. J. Noy Fostcr,'vho" has Twen tho low Texas border during fijho Jp.at spending a tow days Jiero with his two years, lias established a magnificent health record. Typhoid has wlfo, lert TucElJay afternoon, for Glasgow, Ky., whorq Jio began his work been vaccinated out of existence. Othas cashier in the head office of tho er disease" havo 'been roducnl to a whofksalo grocery of Davidson Bros. minimum J3ut as there can bo no peaceful Mrs. Foster wIU leavo for Qlasgow as can ithcro Ibo a war soon as school da put at Hartford Col war, without death, and It wo start to lege. Just received a carload of Arab tho City ot Mexico wo must expect,' to Horse Feed, tho .best alfalfa feed on pay the death toll. tho market, pure anfcl unadulterated. PALO! Ask Contains no foreign matter. April 27. Health is unusualy good any ono who has tried lt and they fwfU tell you ,tho kind of food U is. at this writingMr. W. L. White, wlfo and chilWIU sell the balance ot tfua week: ai dren, went to Hartford. Satunday shop W. E. ELLIS, $37 per ton. ping. 40t4 Tho Produce Merchant. Mr. Jeaso King and family havo TlTWalker, local, manager Mr. N. midst- - .Wo welcome of the Cumberland Teleiihoue com- moved In our near them, pany, whllo clearing tho lino Mr. Jamee Lecrand has moved bo Beaver Dam Saturilay (was severely Sunnydalo. injured by a falliiHg Jlmb. Several Mr T. Bcxjld, of .Fords vljle,.i'was In rib were broken with other Internal our midst last Sunday. Vi (WalInjuries and for somcl June Mr. ,Mrs. S. F. Ezell im gone ht Grayker was unconscious. 'He 'Was removson county to visit her daughter, Mrs-J- . ed to Beaver Dam wihero po now F. Shrooder. At last report! he. was Improving Mr. D. C. White, of Horso Branch, and. it te itholight, mill to able to vlalttxi his brother, W. L. White and be moved hero this week. t family last week. & Co., having Jos. N Norrls, San The deatii angel visltdd our comwithdrawn from business from the munity Jast iWjodnesday and took awabr Kentucky, a States of Indiana and one of our best neighbors, Mr. Win. uow comiMiny known m Two States Coy. Ob, how wo .do in Us him. But Poultry Co., has been Inoonporated God's" will vbe" done. and has .taken charge of all their Mm. Thomas Duke happenril to a houses in the BaflggwH, and will painful accident last week. She fell continue Uio busl'nilf ; at &1 M? Tho caf4' Jout ot a wagon and broke her collar houses as heretoflore.' r. stock ot tho now corporal ton is bono-MNefepn, pf East St. Louis, llelg.uarteria will be at 125,000. rs 12,-0USpalash-AmierAoa- patronago exAny greatly miiircclat 40tl Tho opening ot tho baseball season in Hartford Willi tnko pao Wcdnis-da- y when the locals will mtct the Owensboro Kitty Loaguo team at East End Park. Manager Ling will pitch Bonnie White, tho who p'byed with Louisville In the American Association Jast yenr. The oili er positions will lio filled by tho regu lars .who will open tiiu Reason for Owensboro in the KJtty League. For Itarlford Ulckurd will ibo on tlie mound with Illankenslilji doing tjio roc 'vlng. C'undlff and Johnson, well known to local fans, will probably be on shcrt nnd tlilnJ, while such familiar figures ns Ein, Smith, Bar-net- t: and ptheia . will bo hanging around the otlir positions. A good crowd should turn out as the management Jntci.ids to glvo tho Jeag-uea good game. bo lelt-hnnd- cr SBwmwbwBwjJBB A thousand might, be wrong but not five hundred thousand. More than a half million buyers have picked the Ford because of its all "round serviceability, its low first cost and its low cost of upkeep. The fcord has made good. Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runabout; the touring car Is five fifty; the town car seven fifty f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from BARNES AUTOMOBILE (INCORPORATED) GO CENTRAL CITY, KY. I y WHAT STYLE HA? DO YOU WANT? FURNISHINGS D fflL ml (IpWnlmff' Ymm YI et-q- 3 ft Pi J GENTLEMEN- :VOU . WANT A STYLISH. NEW HAT. DON'T VOU? THEN COME TO US. YOU WANT YOUR UNDERWEAR. HOSE; SHIRTS AND TIES TO LONG F(f RIGHT. FEEL RIGHT. BE RIGHT. BE RI(HT AND WEAR A TIME ALSO. .THEN GOME TO US. hr TONE. STRENGTH AND A LOW PRICE FOR HIGH QUALITY IS WHAT WE GIVE YOU US. WHEN YOU BUY FROM COME IN. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. attendod Coy, r her father's funeral, Wini. last Thursday. 'JIjIsb .Tomson, of Missouri, is visiting her cousin, Almon Duke,- thia - THE BEST OF FEED Week. Mr- - J. soon. Jesse King has purctfusod tio T. iHlncs pluco and will move E, Baxloy( .wero to tho bedside of their grand- -' called daughter at Indianapolis, lnd, who is not expcctcU to livo ong. Jlr. aih Mrs. Notice for Bids. Sealed bids will bo received tor the construction ot a Methodic Church' buliuing at iiaruora, ivy., xo nam Including Wednesday the Jst day ot June. 1914. Pious and speciftcaUona ban be seen at he Dank ot Hartford, Hartf ford, Ky. Work ir- ibegln not later than July 1st, 1914' J! H. B. CARSON. JNO. T. MOORE, . ls 42t2 Committee- - l. is near you if you wljl only como here for it. What J give my customers is not a miscellaneous .collection of iFeod from unknown bourceti, out W,to CAREFULLY SELECTED, flow I always have feed of the best quality may not interest you, but tho fact 'that t dp havo it must Interest ftU buyers. CASTORI A Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S W. E. ELLIS HARTFORD, Tho Produce Merchant, - KENTUCKY 'cf9fyMmitm'twtmitB'ttuiimmmmiinwnmninimMtimrwtmiimiw, anwixwpit NEW WAY FOR FATTENING HOGS t rHOTFIIjr ' BIDS FAIR TO MAKE KENTUCKY iPOWMIMl! THE BIGGEST HOG RAISING STATE In Strong Editorial The Bourbon Stock Journal Points Out Great Possibilities For Farmers To Fatten Hogs Much Quicker and Cheaper On Dried Distillers' Grains Plans Already On Foot To Utilize Every Pound of Distillers' For Developing the Hog Producing Industry of Kentucky By-Produ- Directory County Ohio I yjKD VXBsV XQ X Jali V Circuit Court T. P. Hlrkhwwl, V. .lutlpo; lien I). Ulngn, Atlomny! 1'. .Mhlklff, Jailer; K. li. Uarnvss, Clerk, K. !:. UlrMicnd, Mastir Com- Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. " 1 HOTEL ofamericam IDEAL5 1 list. In a city whtre cood hotels abound, the Powhatan heads the ct It It first in the countrymen. hurts of Its Is used, for the rearon that It requires so much of what Is known as heat producing element In food to give the animal sulllclent heat. Distillers' dried grains give the farmer every advantage In summer feeding. The Bourbon "Stock Yards Journal, of There is plenty of green stuffs, cloLouisville, Ky., comes out In a strong ver, alfalfa, etc., that can be utilized i as editorial by V. A. Uurnett on the a balance. The distillers gralus afforded Kentucky farmeis, containing a high percentngo of the Hr necessary protein and fat adds fat to for making Kentucky the biggest the pig rapidly. state In1 the union, utilizing' ' flriA enlmn rt Ciitin Actual experiments show that 100 dried distillers' grains, which, it Is said, highly bred registered Tamworth to 125 pounds can be ndded In about fed more economically at a can be No. 6992, after a fill on distillers' by- three months with nn approximate of great profit than corn, product on Glendear Farm Sire $S to 10 profit per hog. It is also "During the past several months," "Kentucklan" No. 4704, Dam Blue' shown that about 11-- pounds to the experiBays the editor," a number of hogs can bo put on in summer to one Belle No. 4865. ments have been conducted along the in winter, which proves the advantage of feeding in summer rather than In winter. To feed them corn In summer, nt best, Is very expensive and reduces considerably the possibilities for quick profits. The Illustrations accompanying this article were taken at Glendear Stoi Farm, property of Hon. V. G. Ocnrlng, Valley Station, Ky about 12 miles west of Louisville, on the L. H. & St. h. Ry., where about 2,000 hogs are now being fed on distillers' with great success. Drs. Graham and McElyea, of the Kentucky State Agricultural Experiment Station, have visited this farm and were so impressed with the great possibilities A few of the 2,000 hogs on Glendear Farm eating dry feed on a wet day. for bog fatof distillers' Jlne of feeding bogs dried distillers' distillers' grains as a pig feed, which tening, that the State Agricultural should be of material Interest to our Station has had fenced off a small grains. tract on Glendear Farm, jyhee there have readers." "While these experiments Analytical tests by stock feed ex- is being fed a large number of hogs npt been concluded, they have reached supervision for the pursufficient stage of development to perts show that these grains have under state practically three times the fattening pose of arriving at a definite concluwarrant the assertion that in the very value of corn as it originally comes sion as the relative value of corn and and feeding in from the ear. near future for fattening distillers' Kentucky will be on a better and more It Is said to be more easily digested purposes. Experiments are also beprofitable basis than ever. than the grain in the natural state ing conducted in other parts of the "Statistics show that there are not ( many bogs in Kentucky as there should be; that during the last few years the production of porkers has been below par as compared with for-e- r years. In fact, as hog raisers, JKentUCklans have retrograded rather (ban progressed, and our neighbors liortb of the Ohio river have progressed." No time in the history of the country has raising and feeding hogs been more profitable than in the past five years. Yeffrom the fact that the attention of many of our best farmers bss been turned to crops other than corn, pork profits have decreased materially. Too much stress has been laid on the old saying, "You can't raise bogs without corn." With the large number of distilleries in this state, and the wonderful possithrough A section of the big feeding pen of the State Agricultural Experiment Stabilities offered tion, Glendear Farm, for testing out the value of distillers' feeding of dried distiller's grains, comfor fattening purposes. monly known as dried slop, it looks, to the casual observer, like a new era has and enables the farmer to fatten his state and are watched with great indawned for Kentucky hog men. hogs In the summer at a great big terest by the 6tate officials, farmers "For many years it has been prac saving, in the making of whiskey and distillers. tically demonstrated that hogs could only the starch or carbohydrates are The distillers say they would much he well fattened and profitably fed on taken from the grain. The protein rather let the farmers and stock raisordinary distillery slop, but the and fat are left Intact. This residue ers have the the benefit of their facts that worked against it to any averages about 40 pet cent protein ucts than to export them ,ln dried ,U . .. l.ll .. .. ... AVnn, .1 mm ( li .1 to t f...ln III 4,1 CUI Mitui. nc.c Hint wic uisuiicuca uuu 1UI, nunc LU II I.. IIIB- ...... . IliUUiai fnrm n .ho, , -- "" " wastn ns Is. fh pnsn nnw " "" """" i'" ...w vv.v ..v.,. worst season of the year to feed hogs distillers' dried grain, therefore, pos- As a result a movement has been started by several responsible parties llltprpstprl In thn nt lintr- raislng Industry of the state, to get the farmers, stock raisers and distillers together on a basis by which the enormous feed waste in Kentucky distilleries may bo utilized at a great BntaMjBBEnrMiiMHBoBiBBBBHB3BBBB iaaaBBBBM.iaaaBBBi MMiMrTT profit by the farmers and the. .state made the greatest hog raising state in the union. More than the equivalent of 30,000 tons of dried distillers' grains must be utilized as feed, destroyed, shipped or exported, as the state law prohibits Its being turned out as tbe form of slop into streams, killing fish and polluting tile water. Farmers adjacent to all the distillery ies In the state are awakening to the Another view of the big hog feeding ranch on Glendear Farm. value of distillers' for -- nd the ravages of hog cholera but sesses about three times tbe feeding feeding hogs as well as cattle, and are clamoring for them on every with the dread of hog cholera elim- and fattening value of raw corn. In the feeding of raw corn great hand. Heretofore tbe feeding of slop inated by reason of the serum treatment, which Is an established fact, and losses result from the Imperfect mas- has been limited to cattle, but since the possibilities of obtaining equally as tication of considerable amount of experiments show that when dried it the corn passing through the animal Is even more valuable for fattening food results with the use of dried grains, which may be fed at without even having been broken, di- hogs it Is likely that every pound will soon be utilized by the farmers inany season of the year, wonderful pos- gested or assimilated. Rattening In winter is always ex- stead of being sent broad or wasted, sibilities are offered. "Each year there Is manufactured In pensive, no matter what kind of feed as now. Kentucky about 30,000 tons of dried BBBBSMSMftVBSaSSasSSBIftBSIiaVaaw,"BStffiUBMitil! SJBBSjBJBBBBh SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBPpBBa (distillers' grains, practically all of " v "which Is exported to Europe, the largv"siSB BBBBBBtBBTBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBflBBBBEBBBBJSMt est part going to Denmark, where it .iiiiiiiiiiiiiHHiHflfeLiiRiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii In used almost exclusively for dairy und pig feed, with exceptionally good one ot the results. Denmark Is leading countries In the production of dairy products and bacon of the very test quality; in fact, of such fine quality (bat Danish products command a substantial premium on the principal European markets. Now, If these dried distillers' gralps can be exported to Denmark and there fed profit-blwe .Kentucklans have been over looking 'a great big bet' for a long time. "In tbe near future we expect to give ome facts and figures concerning Feeding distiller' slop at Glendear Stock Farm, a section of the big experiments In tbe use ot dried 2,000 lot State Agricultural Experiment Station Take Hand mzmjmtra '7 hog-raisin- g nn.url 3 The Towliatan u rffinul, exclusive, and rcntful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th an.l It btrcets, makes it a desirable headquarters for bridal, coupler, tourist jiarties, contentions, Schools and . colleges, The Towhatan attracts ,the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to many points interest, of historical makes tins hotel especially atto a discriminating pubtractive lic. The Powhatan offers room with detached bath at J1.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, S2.S0, S3.C0 and up. 'Write for booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, Manager. Hlnnkenshlp, Clerk; Judge; C. C, Hartford. i:. Smith, .Attorney, Court voiivfiivs first .Moudny In each ' mouth. on tho Quarterly first Monday In even mouth. Court of Calms Convenes flrs.t iy in Januar; and first Tues- dn In October. Other County Officer C. S. Mo- Ivy., It. loy, suneyofy FoiUiUc, IP. I). No. -- , Tom Mines, Assessor. Superln-Itenilen- t, Olaton, Ky.; Oiua Shtilts, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. iUlcy, llnrtfonl; T. II. Uenton, Kwid Engineer, Hartford. V. Court--IUtrITit-sdiCoi-one- Kcown, Slierm, Deputies rf. A. Ilnitchcr; Will practice his profession in Oils Hartford. office duputles Mrs. !. O. Keouu niild and adjoining coutitics. ComiimrclaJ Ullinori) KiHiun. Court convenes first Specialty. .Monday In February utnl continues and Criminal Practico a Monday in April, threo weeks, third two cvls, third .lom!n In October, two weeks. County Court John II. Wilson, S. Jury Fund; missioner; 11. T. O. Collins. Trustee Barnes M(tre. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith W. II. llariHH mul C. E. StnlUi aniioiinw tha.t thv' liavo form-- a ivirUierAlilp for tilie pnural prac Uco of law, excupt criminal and dlxr o.ii, .Mr. (iiiltli bidng Cui!y Attor-iv- -j Is pixiwivtod from practi'cltig such Mr. Diriuu will Individually ceisMti. Offlems accept ivuch practice Hartford Hcpubllcau building, ford, IC" In Hart- JUSTICES" 13d. COl RTA 1: :Bl.HiHHiiiiiitiliMHMt'! tflmHTfl")! Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d Monday in March, Tuesday after ad Mouda In June, Tuesday aft er 3d .Monday In September, Tuesday after 3d .Monday In December. L. A. McD.tnlel, UockHrt. Friday after 3d Monday In March, Frlda" after 3d .Monday In June, Friday after 3d Monday In September, Friday after 3d .Monday lu December. S. Ieach, Cromwell, Wednesday y after 3d Monda In March., after 3d .Monday lu June, WiUnesdny after Cd Moifday lu WihI-nesdaSeji-temb- ARTHUR ASSOCIATED D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. WITH M. L. HEAVRIN e- HARTFORD, This office Is equipped for handling Commercial Lnw mid Collection Items" ns well ns other Icgnl and litigated matters. Practice lu all the courts. Prompt und vigorous service. M. L. - llcavrln's Office. Woilnesdny HAVE YOUR SUITS hog-raisin- g HBSb8HEbhKhqiKkSp hog-ralse- d v 1 "" " '" - "" .1 f,I ,,, I I bbbVbbbbbVIbbbbbbbbHbibHMf 'uKa U to-da- far-awa- y Will practice bis profession In this and adjoining counties. Collections. Tucs-IdaCommercial and Criminal Practice a , Prompt and vigorous Specialty. W, S. Dean, Dundee, after the second Monday' In service. DyeMarch, Wednesday after M Monday In .May, Wednesday after 3d Monday ing In August, Wednesday nfter 2d Mongiven day in November. Ladies Den F. Mice, Porklsville. Tuesday I AM after 2d Monday In March, Thursday after 2d Monday In May. Thurs Cleaned and day after 2d Monday In August, To do any kind of Vetcrina- Thursday after 2d Monday Un NoL ry work. Horses, mules and vember. cows need not die for want of Work called and Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday after 21 Monday In March, Friday after Calls answered attention. 2d Monday in .May. Friday after 3d day or night. Monday In August, Friday after 2d Club $1.00 muuuay in iovcuiocr. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Veterinary Surgeon O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Fogle, Cltvy Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Ky. Hartford Pressing Gliili, Marshal; Court comenes seconjd Monday in each month. GUKTIIEK BLDU.jCENTEH ST. City Council J. c. Her. Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. Bean, TreasHARTFORD, KY. t, urer. Members of Council J. C. Capt. A. D. White. A. K. Pate. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yclscr, W. 11. Gillospic. The National" Weekly School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chair man; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Until this year M. E. Church, South Services Collitr'i has been morning and evening eveny first and told at $5.50. Now third Sunday In each month. Sun the price is $2.50 day school u: 40 a. m. Prayer meet anduehave secured lng every Wednesday evening. Rev. aconcession w hereu. w. .Napier, pastor. oE by We can offer it Baptist Church Services morning it a still further and ovcnlng every second and fourth reduction in conSunday In each month. Sunday school nection nilh this UM5 a. m. Prayer mooting every Wedpublication. I nesday ovtmlng. Rev. A. S. Pettie, Feel riprht all the time. Don't lay off pastor. ' Special Offer to Our Reader from work for days by taking calomel Christian Church Services every wjien pleasant Lio- - Vtt'Lax keeps you tnird and fourth Sunday at 11 a. m Kcroenmnc the crrai demand (or CViVr'i at the new pucr, wclmemadc arrinecmcntsto on your feet, while relieving your troub- anfd 7 p. in. Sunday school 9:30 a. m olfrr it and our own publication racli one jcar le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Elder Gwlnn, pastor. (or the price of CW&rr'j alone. Thii in limited tako anything else. You can't afford tlTcr and must he taken advantacco( (iromplly. SECRET SOCIETIES. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysLodgo tem and relieves constipation. A nat- M.Hartford every No. 073. F. and A meots frst Monday night What You Get 'm Collier's ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in cauu . ievens, v. CMrr't in the one llir, indeprndenr, (carina in its effect and certain in results. It M.; Owuaiuuuui. u. Secretary. weekly of the whole country. f'ot only l it the Hunter, will won't be long before Liv- - Ver-La- x cood citiirn's liandlinok hut it is alio a Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. completely displaco calomel in ever.l maeaitne for the whole (amity. Aiuonc the tlunei that a year's tub.cription cici arei home. Children can tako it freely anA meets every second and fourth Mon day evenings, .Mrs. J. H. Williams, with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar1000 Edilorialt COO New. Photo. anteed. 50c and 1 in bottles. Nono W. M.; Jns. 11. Williams, W. !'; 250 Short Articles genuine without the likeness and signa- Miss Ellzaboth .Mlilor, Secretary. ISO Short Sloric. Rougli River Lodgo No. 110 Knight ture of L. K. Grigaby. For salo by 100 Illu.trated Featurna 2 Complete Novel - Hartford, Ky. of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenJ. II. WILLIAMS, ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; V. U. Collier's . .$2.50) Hedrlck, K. of R. & B. O. T. M. Hartford Tent No. 09, Hartford Republican moots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. R. i Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, Recoitd Keeper. Acme Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. moots every second and fourth Friday nights in each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Secrotary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. Succeed when everything else tails. meets every second and fourth In nervous prostration and female nights In each month. Tom weaknesses they are the supreme Williams, Council Commandor; W. C. remedy, as thousands have testified. fctlWAff AI'llLIMM Wallace, Clerk. .. kf?Iahrai4 Irt. .i.t. ...r..a FOR KIDNEYiLIVER AND Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., STOMACH TROUBLE moots every first and third Friday town In the United Etit., and "rricirn4 Canada, or nv mIl rflrwi i. L. k is the best medicine ever mM nights In each month. Mrs. Attyq any other over a druggist' counter. Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. II. McCALIS make. Send tor Ire catatorut. MAGAZINE E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. Afore luhcrrilvr. lli.n !... ...a Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. mat;asln-milli- on a month. Invaluable. LU est styles, patterns, drejimaklnr, M., meets every thlrjd Saturday night plain sewlnp. (incy needlework, KlrdressinS in each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, good ttorlei, etc, Only 60 cents rear (wortn double), ncludinr a Tree pattern. Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. ouu.u.utj ""ay. or sena lor simple copy. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. The most economical, cleansing and State Officers President, J. H. Mc- - tvoNDEann. inbucements '""I"" u.ii unni;a premium germicidal of all antiseptics la Connell, Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presiand new cash prise offers. Addrcia caUIOeu dent, J. II. Durney, Muhlenberg Co.; i hccau co. m i m w. nth new ymi Secretary & Treas., S. D. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Dal- main, Hartford, Ky. Members Stato Executive Doard Don J. W. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Dunn,Watson, Webster county; Plrtle, an CURB thk Daviess county; HUnry b dissolved water as needed. Ohio county; E. I, Ray, Hardlmcoun- As a medicinal antiseptic for douches ty; C. G. Davetiportt, AVurren county. WITH In treating catarrh, Inflammation or) Ohio County Officers S. L. Stev ulceration of nose, throat, and that ens, President; Henry Plrtle, Seccaused by feminine Ills It has no equal. retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. For ten years the Lydla E. Pinkham COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Osna Straits, Chairman, Hartford, Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtlno Ky. -"3. In their private "correspondence with FOR -."1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. . TsUl BtU womea, whlca proves Its superiority. sVWLUa 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. eywfwx iiwwTAHgLUItlTsiMsmit. Women who 3jave been cured say 3. Ira Bosarth, Olaton, Ky. It Is "worth Its weight la gold." At QUAJLAMTXJCD 8ATI8FA0ii1 4. H. O. Autry, Balzetown, Ky. druggists. 50c large box. or by mall. 5.' E. G. Austin, Prentiss. " jmvmm JkMrUMBMB. Tbe Pxton Toilet 'Co., Boston, .Mass. . J, L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. Cleaned i Pressed after I'd Monday In March, Tuesday after '2d Monday In May, Tuesday y after 3d Monday In August, after 2d Monday In Xoumibcr. Wod-ncisd- day In December. It. C. Tlchcnor, after 3rd month. Wlnson Smith, after 3d MonSat-tinl- Centcrtown, Monday In each Select, Tuesday iT.WADESTRATTON CROMWELL, Attornoy at Law -- 'KY. Repairing and neatly done. work special attention. Hats Repaired. for delivered. PREPARED -- rate per month. W. H. RILEY - Hartford. M Bcti-net- Collier's USE LI V-VER-- CollirjS in Clubs First Time For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. -- I A. I. sZ.5U J Electric Bitters Sat-uifd- M t .ti. -- t. SPECIAL TO WOMEN s, KILLtw COUCH Dr. Kine's a LUNCt i Niw Discoviry nSMfiUS I -I LONDON'S "QUARTERS." A BEDS IN BRITTANY. , Children Cry for Flatchar'a ESE3H Jho Kind You Have Always Bonglit, nnd which has been 1U 1ISO IOr OVCT 30 Tears. llllS lirittin ilin ilimnlnm nt ami lias boon mado under his pcr- fir mzi'A"r. "onal supervision slnco Its Infancy. i nro Jixperlmoiits that trlflowlth and endanger tho lionUhhut of anfunis and Chlldrcn-Expcrlcugulmt Experiment. Just-as-good" JV1I 2u Counterfeits, Imitations nnd nco tostorla Is o. harmless snltstltnto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Sj nips. It Is pleasant. It contains nuither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Kuhstancc. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms nnd 'allays FevcrlshncHH. For moro than thirty years It lias heen in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation.., Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, nsslniilntns tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Punucca Tho Mother's Friend. What is C ASTORIA GENUINE - CASTORIA jpazoxs the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Us For Ov.r 30 Y.an TMC CCNTaUR COMPANY. TT MUKKAT SJTRCCT. NCW YOKK CITT. Starck Pianos No Mm iaAdraae Satiafae-tio- a Oaai LeweatNat VBBBBHT ateed or Profession, at a Ruli, Flocks All by Itself. Undoubtedly one of I lie myst curious feature of London Is thu imtnner in which men eiuriiKod In pnrtlculnr nnd professions hnvo congre-gated- ,' for Rome ittyxtcrlous renson, in certain street or nren. Thin peculiarity la recalled by the suggestion that Hnrley street will before long censo to be the nlxide of doctors, on nccotint of I ho fnct that It Is becoming In these days of motors too noisy. Where, should the doctors decide to desert Hnrley street, they will" move to is, of course, dlillciilt to rii.v, but It Is nlmost safe to nlllrm that when they do mlgrnte they will finally settle down ngaln nil together In borne quiet corner of the metropolis. There are many Londoners who still remember the Unto when London's chief doctors congregated In the neighborhood of Flnslmry squnre, which wan deserted for Harley street on account of tho many businesses which set up In the former neighborhood. There are many other curious Instances, however, of the manner in which professional and business men .flock together. Tottenham Court road, for Instance, Is the great furniture thoroughfare of the metropolis, while Long Acre Is monopolized by motor car Arms nnd carriage builders. Aviators have made Piccadilly the headquarters of the aeroplane Industry, In which street the Aero club and' the offices of the Aeroplane arc situated, while film manufacturers have congregated In the Immediate neighborhood of Charing Cross. Why Is Hatton Gnrdcn the home of diamond merchants and why do so many music bnll artists insist on living at Brixton? A stroll down Flolborn reveals the fact that It is a favorite street for the show rooms of bicycle manufacturers, while there are probably more typewriting Arms In Queen Victoria street than any other part of the metropolis. Gerard street. Rupert street and some of the other streets In Soho appear attractive to the cinema trade, and many private theaters are found In that classic neighborhood. Hat manufacturers seem to have a great liking for Blackfrinrs road, while Wlllesden can probacy boast of more laundry firms than any other district In London. Most of the builders aro in Wandsworth, the bootmakers and cabinetmakers In Bctlrnal Green, tanners in Bermondsey. potters In Lambeth, brewers and printers in South-warBach Trad busl-ncss- Surpriaa That Startled a Visitor In a Tiny Cottage. A remarkable and amusing experience Is related by Frances M. Gosling In "The Bretons nt Home." The author says: "I had gono with my husband to find iwhnrhcr. It was dusk when we entered the ono room of the tiny cottage, nnd work was over for the day. The Majority of Friends Thovglit Mr. last customer sat Idly lit a corner gosHgfkes WobJi Die, Bat siping with the barber's wife, while tho man of razors himself was Idly glancing over last week's newspaper. Oae Helped Him t It was too dark to see the details of tho room, but I mnnnged to llud nn Recovery. oifc chest lu front of n bed and sat down to watch proceedings. "It was a curious sight In the middle of the room sat my Knglishman In Pomeroyfon, Ky. In interesting adhis light tweed suit, n towel round his vices from this placc,-MA. J. Hughes neck, his fnco covered with ghostly gleaming lather. In front of him stood writes as follows : "I was down with the barber's wife, n lighted caudle In her hand to guide her husband lu his stomach trouble for five (5) years, and work; llnally, ills thin cadaverous fnco would have sick headache so bad, at almost touching that of his victim, the barber himself, his left hand holding times, that i thought surely I would die. my husband now by tho nose, now by 1 tried different treatments, but they the chin. did not seem to do me any good. "Suddenly behind me J. heard a movement and felt n warm little hand on I got so bad, 1 could not eat or sleep, the back of ray neck. There was a I turned to sec a and all my friends, except one, thought I smothered laugh, and pair of eyes twinkling nt me from the He advised me to try depths of tlje cupboard bed against would die. Thedford's which I wns sitting. and quit "'Talsez vous done!' growled the barber mildly, still Intent on bis work. But the laugh had broken tho charm. From every corner came rustlings, giggles, little voices nnd shining merry eyes. And everywhere there were beds beds full of boys nnd girls! " 'Why. however many children have you?' I asked as soon as the bewilderment of finding myself surrounded by this crowd of onlookers allowed me to r. Black-Draught," STOMACH TROUBLE FOR' FIVE YEARS taking other medicines. take his advice, although any confidence in it. I I decided M 1 did not hart? ht have now been taking Black-Draug- for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headache since I began using it. I am so thankful for what Black' Draught has done for me." ht Thedford's has been found a very valuable medjeine for derangements of the stomach and liver. It Black-Draug- is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely used by young and old, and should fcY kept in every family chest Only Get a package today. a quarter. um wmmmmmmmmmammmmmmm JAMES & CO., Kentucky. PIrst Class Centertown, &penk. " 'Fourteen, madam,' replied the woman. " The house is so small that we console ourselves by the size of our family,' remarked the barber Jocosely, at which there was much merriment in the cupboard beds." SUSPENDED ANIMATION. Prompt Attention and Good Service. Transfer meets all trains, k. Fa otorr Eaaleat Tarma A . Pricea Saving of. SlOO to .acsiotxr A. STARCK S200FacFrom tory Direct IN YOUR Iloxton seems to be the home of jam manufacturers and Floundsdltch that of toy denleW.Vwhlle Clerkehwell road Is the greater center of Ice cream merchants, makers of street organs nnd mosaic floor makers. 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Oiio chanco given with each quart purUiasetl. Every time ou mal.o a purchase clsowhoro you lose a chance to get a barrel of old uhlakoy or $03.00 In cash absolutely FREE. SEND YOUR MAIL ORDERS TO US tho will be promptly ami carefully filled from tho boat stock of liquors In Owensboro. Your chancoa on tho frie barrel of whiskey will bo enclosed with your shipments. Ask for our price list. It contains just what jou want. : : : : e What the Hoofs Toll. Equestrian statues on the battlefield of Gettysburg all follow a general rule which sculptors bavo adopted as an arbitrary convention. If two feet of tho horse are In the air the rider was killed. If ono foot Is lifted from tho ground tho rider was wounded. If all four feet are planted on the pudljueul then it signifies Unit the subject nf the stutue wns not hurt.fNew virk Woi Id. Successful Botching. Doctor I hear the operation lately performed by Dr. Ctitein was it botch. Frleud Why. I undertood the patleut "was completely cured by It. loetor (loftily) I am not speaking of Its effects on the patient, but of the way the operation was performed. Baltl-moAmerican. Too Realistic. functions of animals be completely suspended for a period and then restored to full vlgorJan economic revolution Thb Rkpoblioak would result. The stock on the farm an which"1 yields no profit In the winter, such as bees and sheep, might literally be laid aside until spring, costing noth-Jn- g The Republican during the unproductive season and yielding a profit 'as soon as they be The Republican gan to incur expense. The cost of shipping live stock of all The Republican kinds would fnll to the irreducible minimum. With vital functions suspended The jjepublican all kinds of animals, birds nnd fish ('rtnld K. inmlo to nrvnnv the smallest The Republican .possible SpactHr! tKe Transposing vefipj Republican cle nnd carried without Injury to them- The selves or of any deterioration in their Republican food value, to be received in full flesh The and vigor nt the end of the Journey or The Republican when needed for use. of man Such a hiatus in the existence could It be brought about successfully The Republican would add materially to his apparent life span and tide him over many critical periods. , Such are the thoughts occupying the mind of the Itusslan scientist, who Is making exhaustive experiments along the very lines which suggest them. He has succeeded In suspending the vital functions of lower organisms by drying and restoring them by the application of moisture. He has accomplished the same ends In some Insects by submitting them to varying degrees of low temperature and afterward applying heat. Now be is gradually ascending in the scale of life, but with the frank confession thnt be dares not hope that bfs successes will reach the height to which be aspires. Boston Herald. ' Prussian Executions, By the German law all capital punishments must be carried out by beheading, but It Is left to the separate states to choose their own method. In those districts which were annexed by Napoleon I. the guillotine still prevails. " And Other regions may use the ax. the X sword, or a carving knife If they please, The Prussian method is that, the victim sitting In u chair, be Is beheaded by n horizontal sweep of a long sword. Manchester News. Thb-Reptblic- If This Scisntist Succeeds Wa Will Have a Now Economic Era. A remarkable suggestion Is advanced by a Itusslan scientist Could the vital OUR CLUBBING RATES, a&d Louisville Herald Globe-Democrat .$1.3c ... ..... 1.75 and St. Louis 1.50 and Home atid Farm......'. andTwice - a-WeekOwensboroInquirer 1.75 3.60 and Louisville Daily Herald 3.5 ana Lauy uensDoro inquirer...' k O'bortf Messenger 1.75 and 175 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Twice-a-Wee- ; Address all orders to ' THE REPUBLICAN. .- X YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads T ' : Noteheads Envelopes x x Statements Cardsll other printed forms are given I Special Attenton In The Republican : 310 F.3rdR.' LANCASTER ' Street, V. Ho Knew That Much. "Do you think ou will b"b able to keep me out of Jail?" ho asked nfter ho had made it full confession to his law- - x CO., OWENSBORO, KY, & "Oltl Qualjty," "Old W. S. Fine BranMlcs, Stone." "Premier Puro," Wines, Gins, Cordials, Etc. w I ut "I may not ho able to do that, but L ran make the Male spend u lot of money In putting jou there." Chicago J'1"Kecqrd-lleial- t r Bat Job Department. OVER 6S YCARS' EXPERIENCE l!i1laM r Buckbee'a "Full of Life" Northern Grow Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of VI years at jucccssful seed growing behind them. It pays Unt the best. beasonablu Scliltles- - SEEDS com-enlf- HIL aFaBBBBBBBBBBBBBfW Thaoc Marks 'glAssvaiauTi nrtlANtsake- Anyone mdln A kiond dMcriptlrtii wy - patent. swafrea. taken lurouSu(or aecurtairto. recelte Mutin nB special notice, without iNdest X, baaeaomely Silkiloa or anr ncntlflq lourniL tc nmiKM. SCR!,ll(ntratd l"1.')':a aerm,J - VULSUiSSltolw1- Po Critic That suowstorm picture you painted last spring was wonderfully tt'ullslic. l)e Dauber It must Karllett Red Valentine . . ,xm Bushel have been. A fellow got into my stuKefugee Uxtra Early , , ij aj bushel ' Changed Place. dio oue day In my absence; looked at New Strinelrss GretnPod . j 70 uusnet o w here a woman lu Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Was o ausnas the picture) nnd tiiuon.sclously put oir - "Did yoit ,75 Busnet Davis New White Wax . . has n dug In the hutiMi thai talks my fur overcoat before he went out. -, Carrie's Rust rrooj Wax jo Bushel spmvtlinesy" itAat $j.jo Bushel HoMou Itcconl. Extra Early Ahuka . . ."W..II thi.r. m.. nlfiitv In umre lowtil New Early Cradus . . . It a Kuhcl lliau Chicago who linte a man in tho Market Garden . Ij So utunei Iron and Stssl Tost uckbce'achtnincExptns Jj.xx Bushel hoiisa that prowls nil, llu llwtv Haltl-juor- o Thu simplest nay to tell a full IMttcaVsh. .Toaaata andcrowlnr line al steel Its to pour on the melnl Iron from American. drop of it prl'MV Seeds, Plants "d Bulbs at lowest Send for complete catalogue or submit a Jut at nlltle add and allow It to act for one v Pt your requirement and will quote prices. 'o'niaiuovfr save way ty'iipfttu tho minute. On rlliwtug wltbwiiter a giay auy cureci irora me crow er save cioocy. wm loaay, Mcnuou luu paper. iwronrruw uns teU white uttlii ulll be seen if tint unmeiiH. or total lb It'ou, a black oue If It Is steel. tia Wuiis will ;li' urealrtM mmiI. aaislatabltat, UtUiU . Chi-cujc- Couldn't Fool Artie. Little Arthur's mother. ftr trying hi vain to gel him to swalloiv a pill. II lu baunna. vlil 'h Kim she nuked Knu him, Iiestiill1v-fwlie- ii lunidf he iad iMlcn ilio buuaiin, he plied. mapniia, njl but the M6)lpu Transcript. d 11 trial will mask ybu a LerioitiAi. cu 1 r en..'' Hattaf et.on aniavraUktetnl or yoiu ' r hSFECIaL UrraH'; r. n aulas k ..."" " Ulll ---t BUOUiarSfMlLBS BULBS rrtra Ladies! h ' Ssnre Moaey b1 Keep iai succfcm ' a1 al, W Style by Keaaiag McC&U'a Magazine .ml UVuzMcCaU Pattern McCair. MCAILS MtfAIlK 'Saareak aaTBgmi ColUctiatiJate.1 tijaoaw mail mtw CMiusaby Looping VUl Imlp yiui .tiros styt blily ut a modrruo Msil.irlll slil mis Uouo. aa iiastasatsa. isslaivrl-iHVftosWay JauTi4aa4Tlfaa.,iW . CSTT ft)WaVa wi iii,.i?.-.r- i v -- .l t lollies and luls. M'W Licit polled fa ou 1'j In CO lu tarsal aVT.BfaVBHC a ", Wwfc Mmia-,- MilMtllUl ii.BBvsitte'j'iw'r-"-- " I,wW..-;4rii-- ., ? WSiiS -' .t" frtrrtSLKsrsrxsrss -iiasjawUMMOSMSW. . -- a siIW.IM tbU HluMl. mBmSM titav'i'a - tUmthmmti la iai.li utinlilii iiifurtnslli'n on all Imiiiu unit In UV a year rashtpii liOiUDJ AUo roancr. O11I7 a k?aVWrTNr'h!!iy'"ii ,,u; T aii)aui t .,. wwm. immkuitmmai atJttMat aV m LH. w. H. W. BUCKBEE ik.iIIh. liirlsulini" fico patU'Ui. huli- Mri'uO I'idajr or fcctiil Kr Itco kuinplc copj. McCall Pslltrat u ill oualile J ou touus.o Iti jonr 1 !n'.!iuiaf'r on a homo, v.'liiiyjaru-ruliuno.iivill ami tlnblkfu wlilcU HillloKrl it 10 In ityloandflt. tents bon(J fur fur I'si'trn (iiulouue. Kflltni: f il. W WU Cn T. Tim PcjU ! I'tciqlum Call0Ci-nn'"die riliU'niHiii.if tkau wf t .ilTiurtt Niinl"r' ,,,fl 'ri'fu w wm l"J"" . - v. z u. :n.w irx .A. Usssf' .. .. 4iJI4ta .. .. ia. - lJL. . kkik . .?WVy; V lx as tho Urlm and Thummlm, should bo consecutive centuries she, mctod out submitted for our present Bystom of tho Hloath penalty for overy crime in bargaining for tho executioner's vicher criminal codo savo potty larceny tim wIUi all tho rules which clutter and nmyham. Any theft big enough our ibooks on ovidenco On tho otihor to buy a halter would furnish another hand If the United Statos Is to gho public hanging. Men and womon were up tho death Donalit amjlo fi(nio hanged for draining a fish pond; for will bo avallabj for tho awarding stealing a fehlMlng, .for cutting a" hop-bin- to such mon as orb found innocent for chopping downu tree,-- for f after their conviction of fciardons for poraonatlng a Groenwlch'fpcnsloncr. the. crimes they did not commit. Conceding for tho Bake of brevity Under Edward ! a man (was hanged for hurnlng coal wlthlwtho city limits that man Iras a right to fake human of London. Thirteen were hanged life, figures can ho Bhown proving Levys are conducting; the biggest sale of after onq asslzo Muring Queen EMxa-beh- 's that convictions are easier to obrclgn for assoalatilng with &V tain n tlie absence of tho death penReady-to-We- ar Garments and Millinery ever o files. Ono hundred and three hang- alty and that Justice therefore does' ings followed the Licnt assizes of 1785. not so readily fall Into contempt. held in Owensboro. The price reductions Men and women wcro hnngod'ln batch- Khodo Is'and, botween 152 and 1SS0, wonderful wnen you consider the value es of 0lxtcen and twenty attcr nn Old spcurOd convictions in 63 par cont llalley sessions, Until London came to of Its homicide cases; Counedttcut of the Levy Garments and Hats. during tho same period convltflod In bo known as tho City of itho Glbbrt. S rcsuljt was ithat Englund bo 13 per ont of its casos, nnxl Tho net ONE FOURTH OFF the price of every Coat came so overrun with crinio that In in 17 per ocntf. topplc.lholo 1S10 the In 'England, In 1S91, secured convicSuit, making $30 Suits $22.50, $20 Suits $15, 1811 tho Irish linen manufacturers, tions In 7G per cent of its $12.50 Suits $9.34. Also a wonderful line of who had years before secured capltlal cases and In 33 per cont of Its cappunishment for bleaching yard, thloves ital casos. Hol'mul, with no death Skirts in regular and outsizes re conasked Parliament to remove tho death ponalty, Becurcd twonty-'clgh.- t penalty because Juries relused to con- victions in Jts th.lrty-flv- o homicide duced. flour-food- s. vict under It, and In consequence cases Muring tho Hast, decado, and with Belgium secured 101 convictions out their yards were overrun thieves. In 1820 there were 222 cap-Jtr- 4 of 132 cases- But London, in 1911, con hot-bre- ad crimes In England's criminal vlctcd six out of Its wonty-tw- o mur codo, In 1830 thojo was one murder. der cases, and New York, In tho diThreo more were p)idcd when the same year, thirteen put of Jts 148 The Levy Hats, famous for three generapresent code was adopted in 1S61. cases. If tlie 'death ponalty deters from Anid penologists itho world around tions, are marked down for this April Sale. crime, why should It not ibe held In will corroborate today tho doctrine public, where tho full force of Jts de- of one of tho. earliest and greatest Levys want your business. They willing terring Influence can be had? The of penologists, Bcccarla: 1 into give hanging of John Loonier in 1832, exchange honest values and "It is HQ10 certainty, not tho sewheih brought 15,000 persons around verity, of punishment which doters his gallows at Lancaster, Pa., dis- men from crime." plays typically tho deterring influ The persistence of Dur death pen- ence excrcistU by the death penalty. altis, (WJlllam Dean llowells once During Lechler's first death strug- calm them "the most usoJess piece GET IT gles tho great throng gaped in of wickedness $M. In (tjhc .world'') is sl!cmcc, but before t!he slight, dependent, as always, upon ld Gen .THE PAYS of tho swinging body were eral Apathy. Ours Is a government ended a period of drunkenness and by emotion, and qvlls are not corArabs were shouted into their, ears crime broke out which, resulted in rected until they demonstrate- themWHY with a trumpet, but "tho countenance twenty-elgh- ti arrests, before nightfall, selves in a tragedy bo spectacularly relapsed into a fixed immobility one for a murder of the same atro- appealing as to rouse tho emotions coldly complexlonjcss and Impassive cious sort for which Lechter had Just of a nation. "DEATH PENALTY in Heath." been hanged. From VT49 to. 1771 England hanged Thjrty-flv- e death out of forty-si- x Volnoy, who lectured at' itho Normal 109 men and women for shoplifting penality states, however, omploy the, STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION gallows, .which, it has been proved, School in Paris, tod once of a Journey alone, but not until Mary Jones, 19 Do .Not Prove after the years old and pretty, was hanged on prolongs the victim's death agonies through France shortly minutes. The Reign of Terror, in which he saw the Tyburn gibbet at Loddon, in to, an average of 11-Pre vent Crime boys and girls amusing themselves 1808, did Eng'and awake to tho horfigure Is from the records of Dr. ror of it. Mary Jones' husband (was Calkins who in 1873 made (pub-H- e by gullotlning cats atU dogs. At th Cloa off BuslneM ft ' Numerous Instances are on record kidnap0-- " on a jprcss warrant for serthese figures, based on sixty-fiv- e to. show that sheriffs whose prisoners vice in the Falkland Islands, aid tho 3$ Many' Countries; Have Abolished hangings: March 21. 1914. Deaths by strangulation, 88.3 per have been forced to flee, for their girl wifp was dispossessed of everylives from the disappointment of the thing she owned, except her two chil It and Others are 'Soon cent. RESOURCES .iiii Sev --e contortions, 23; moderate, enraged thousands (Who had gathered. dren, In an action for debt. At her ".' to Follow. Bills Discounted What of our five American States trjal it was shown "that sho had 14: feeble, 18; chest hoa vines, S- $137 284.37 Stocks and U. S. Bonds Brocken neck: Evident, 6; partial, which have no deat penalty'? Rhode lived in credit and had .wanted for 1iB 3! 11,410.00 "t Islland, which was tho BpconU of them, nothing until a press gang came and 4; doubtful, 7. Checks for Remittance New York's, method of Mnfllctlng 549.96 had seven murders during tiie years stobj her husband away from her, Average fall, 7 4 feet. Banking House and Lot the death penalty, as demonstrated IStiG to 1875, while Connecticut 3000.00 had but since then she !i8d had no bed Cord broke at eight hangings. in tht electrocution of fye four gunFurnjture and Fixtures .Maine abolish! the to 'ie on, nothing to give her children 1 ooo 00 Even the Turkish bowstring and twenty-eigh- t, men at Slug Sing, has been declared the Spanish garrote, Dr. Oallqlns urg- death penality Jn 1887; during the to gat, and they were almost naked. on Hand and due from other Banks 55,560,33 to bq Entirely "rainless and tho law re galtwenty years proceeding that date she aud perhaps she might hare done ed, are more humane han ' Expenses ao'. 1 iulrt,it to bo conducted prlvatojy-- lows. In the history of the the gallows had had 253 murders; during the somotliing wrong, for she hardily knew 'warden's nod at dawn (trough are, scores of cases in which its vic twenty years proceeding that date Bhe what she 'did." tl bars of a clean, sanitary cell tims, cut down Total $260,100.60 after six or seven Is the long list of the capJtallV punBut It was proved against her that . Intimates to Its gray occupant that minutes, have been restored to life. , ished actualy' deterred murder In shp had gono into a lanoii draper's bis presence Is expected Jn a small One of the most famous 'of these is LIABILITIES the United States? In thirty repre- shop in Ludgate street, had tried chamber a few steps awotf. Arid the case of Margaret Dickson, who in sentative American cities the average tp is'ip under her cloak a piece of Capital Stock there the condemned man is de 1730 was cut dawn from '..$ 40,000.00 the Edin yearly murder rate per lpO.OOO be- coarse cloth from the counter, but spatched. SurPlus burgh gibbet and was Jolted back to tween the years 1893 and 1902 was ht4i been seen by a oterk and had X7.3QQ.Q0 i Nevertheless, In Bfrito qf all (lhat Dividend No 52, unpaid life iwhen a. rough cart was used to 4.9. Between the years 1903 aift 1912 laid t back again; for thte she, wasl 336.00 may b,P said Jn fayor of Rhls methpjl carry her coffin to MuBsolburg; she J-hanged. On the gibbet her DePslt8 of Inflicting tho death penalty, some ...'. 198.779J thirty years afterward unlived for lns-uc- tie It has been said that if the State baby .was torn from her skirts and comparisons may bo made Undivided Profits! hanged Mae 1,586.86 der befweji ' practices In the United glo. tho nickname of halfDrawn, hang- does not inflict the death penalty the another baby taken (ram her breast, uue ocaie uanxs ;,. The heart of John 2 080 citizens will take the law into their and the thousands who h4i gathered States and in other, nations. ed at Harper's Ferry in 1859, conown hands. In 1913, up to November at the Tyburn gibbet wro thrown In tie United sijatea very lyear to beat for thirty-fiv- e min tinue : Total 12, ithe State of Mississippi Jnflfctyt into, such hyaterio) by her dejutth ty&t f260.10q.6Q mor men re put to death than In utes after ha had; hcen Jerked Jn mid mvu piner unrusuan nations in the Ideath penalty fire Umesjbut this shoplifting was swept forever out of mi the world combined. From January air. did not prevent Jts citizens induotlng the criminal code of England. The electrjc chair, now used. In nine lyuchlngs. Georgia 1 p November 1, 1912, itho executions lu the. tome By Buch events la blatony made. States, Js more period American numbered 128. England ranked second eleven had five executions aiu seven Perhaps soma day people In the with 37; France third, .with 12- - Aus- merciful than tjbq galjqws, but from lynchlngs; Texas had four executions United States will be rpusdd to take. . . .. five to ten minutes U required for tria put two citizens to death. ' and seven lyuchluge. but of 1,900 ex a similar view ox capital punun- Our criminal code contains eleen Its 20 horsepower of electric ener ecutions anil 2,240 lynchlngs in the ment Jn general. capital crlmos, more than twice as gy to kill its harnessed victim. United Staties between 1891 and 1906 The UnlttJJ States has led the many as those of any other Chris twefvq States had 1,090 executions Child Cross? Feverish? Sick? A cross, peevish, lUtkas chfld, with tian ration In the would. Men may world in penal reform. A century ago, and 1,747 lynchlngs. worjd'e prisons were ouly be put to death here for these when tho It, Is said that oven Bane murderers coatfJJ itoague, pale, doeant sleep; barred pens Intio which hien and wocrimes: cata sometimes very little, then men Were thrown together, Ameri are too dangerous t)o be handliJ as again ravenously; Ilobbery (two States). stomach Bour; lUo term prisoners. cans built the first collulhr, sani UuTglaity (four States). Consider th.e average run of first breath fetid; pains in stomach, with uud tary prison at Philadelphia Arson (nine Stat&3). degree murderers the laborer who diarrhea; grinds teeth whJlo asleeo, Second degree muilder (threo revolutionized the world's jails- Re- when drunk has kicked his Iwife to and starts up with terror all suggest cently Now York's prison farm at Stutes), , death, tho Jealous lover w ho has Blab- a Worm Killer something that px- Great Meadows luis led tho world to Kape (fifteen States). bed his mistress, the man who has re pels worms, and almost every child Wheat Drills, singlo and double row Corn Planters, First degree, murder (United States another troponin:. Imnal reform. veuged himself, the burglar who has has them Klckaiioo Worm Killer is Through theso two American innoStates). and forl.-sl- x Disc Harrows, Stag Sulky Plows, Cultivators, Shovels Start at vations tho United States litis become shot down his would-b- e captor, in no ncodcld. Get a box Treason (United States). and Discs, Mowers and Hay Nukes. Wo have all a world leader in tho rf&eucration class of prisoners does tho deerco of once. You won't have to coax, an Plracj (lUiited States). vary more tUiu among Kickapoo Worn KMler Is a candy criminality Itescuo txt a convict going to exe- of tho unfortunate, but by a curious kinds of Walking Plows. Wo fnol that. n,M a national, oversight it accompanies Its theso men, In whom bered.'tto' ai.W en confection. Expo!s tho worms, tho cution (diluted States). nqed no further comment, as everybody has known gal vironment have clashed in a redflfesh cause pf (your child's trouble. 2c-,-' at i vessel of war (United leadership twlth tho uno of tbo your druglst. of murder. lows. these people for a half century, and also know Statccs(. that Ask any warden whether they are may beo Cornijll llo&troylns a private vos- - ,Tdday at Sing Sing one they are the starters and loaders in the imploment Public Sale. a strange plght a new pwial motiod as worthless to society and as dangerbel (United Slates). business. The namo of a John Deere implement On Saturday May 2 at 10 o'clock Enghimi abolished the dearth pen- of life and Juln and hope being in- ous to their keepers as the gun toters, troduced Jnto tho colls about a death drug fiends axtl other vagrands who a. m. at my riwhliux.o in Hartford. alty for rohhory, arson, burglary aud means the best material that can be had on tho markot nipo at far back as ilSSC. It has now chamber a school of moral? about tako their short time Boueiicojj with Ky., I Vlll oticr for ka!iq ati public for their tools and tho best mechanics that can be'had an air of "Oh. I can do thac on my auction a lot of household furniture, only, four altal crime Franco ami u chair of murder. two olanos, medical und literary li- to construct same. Also a car of Iiukuics. the best anH The death penalty Js necessary, It head. Aubtria, ivjt)i five each, are Ihq only ibjyiry, lot of surgical Jnstrumcuts, ; ; most !a urged, to deter men from crime, Christian nab'tins wxceedlug jt. te It Ls estimated that iu Imlla S00 In styles and every buggy is built for ltut Belgium has had no executions accent men have been put to death offico fixtures, operating chair, etc I : Thlrt tl ibe world's Jhlrty-sservice. We have a nice line of harncss'to select fmm death juiialty notions ubo riooupita-lo- n since 18G3; the decade before that during tho last century and foiity Also buggy ail! harnta. Torinil. ps .. . . . v.. - i.-- i a uio1ikI of death which is so year it had 921 murder., the docifdo men Iu Ungland. Itow many iunooant and under cash, oer 5 twelve -- rr 4u mu juuricuiior any ot tho above goods montha aotea with approved pecurity after 703 murdera. merciful Is qtrcK that the pyo lb ignorant menmen for.whoiu Ui'eTha ; ; you m wrrmoney to call'on u and let us show you MINNIE W. WKIXDINU, Admx. The dade boloro Italy's abolition milliona do not flowan if l 'away to fo'Sow t, That it works abprices which will cause the goods and solutely v1tb.oot fain was Rtitfttcd by of tho death penalty in 1S9 saw 167 each year in iMo Un'd Btates to Oweisboro Optical House. an erpwlrafwi conductdo in Alfslors murders per 100,000 of ita population, bo put to deajh by Amerlcui zacu-tionto move. Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used XT flonuafont. The heads the decado after 11.32 per 100,000. ia 383.'; la uuKnawn. "lassoa made by, K. O. Iiardwlck's of two Aiub .vfctlms were caught M Tuscany, with no capital punishment, "Au irrevocable verdict," wtme one tboy feU tbu necks tTAlftJb- - Ulpjrfd In lias a yearly average of G.18 murders has said, "demands up infallible Optician, Owencboro, Ky., to my en ure HatlstuoUon. His houuo aud mato (puhoiwA .iHiaum to Muach (he per 100,000 of ikf population. fThe Judjsv." chinery lor makintr lenses are the t blood, aud ticr ucarUicatlons Jiod United Stute has 12 per 100,000, Ib to ifcllng most complete If the United Stat la tbo Slate, and be boeuulclly mi,lo with a lancet iiioqI If tbo defttb. penalty hs h deterrent looser to tbo death jarm.-:!.'tome empjojB none but experienced wort tit-Jatins ctoey-tf?,f J'.e A.wo tv&n crime Engljind today should be new ruJea of frffciux, w iafaJHW man. h". ' C. M. HARNETT. , Ti as' puro as ho rlvon snow. For BaiCin6 WHAT KOtiL Powder Is the Housewife's Greatest Help. appetite so tempting to the as a LEVY'S d, r GREAT SALE! really are light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? -- pMassa-chusot- ts short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthf ulness of all risen Royal makes the perfect - non-capit- al greatly It renders the biscuit, - gestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is dispensable for the preparation, all the year round of perfect foods. and short cake more HATS UNDERPRICED, are -- in. LEVY HABIT THE " i S S S ft Statistics It 5 Al-on- zo BANK OF HARTFORD 3-- SCash ) .......7.:....: -- -'- 1 8 Depository for Untd mttmm Postal vlng8 Fund. ..... t? A CAR LOAD OF JOHN DEERE Fanning K Implements! to-da- Bua-nin- I l up-to-da- U un-aib- Io " aiuu . V getourlM eo 1 , I WILLIAMS & MILLER, h '"VT '' v - -- 'V''?4 .w. y K J ti MJmw T'r.itry,- - ,im i W. mw