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MEDIATORS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. LL Ins 'or refugee Americans, who are leaving tho country by the hundreds. No. 43 i M u r ir h I ( i t I.' 4 .vl I - It n j? A ?M w. ing the judges mado thq trip in tho neral to enjoy themselves Just ox it t car belonging to Mr. J. MINE RAILROAD wero among thoin In reality, as I H. 11. Carson and all sections wcro wjll bo Jn oplrit." ' Torrcpn, 'Mexico, May 4, (via El measured by tho car automatically, Paso, Tex., May 6). Tho answer of A special car brought Cnacty's" AWAY they covering 40 miles. TO CAPITAL CITY body from Salinas to San Francisco, CANADA Gen. Francisco Villa to a request County Engineer T. H. Benton cov-cn- d freni Federal Gen. Maas, In command whero Jt was cremated. Wjth tha tho routo-U- h tho Judges whllo of the SaltlUo garrlson,that Villa Join ajht.s In an urn, a score of Casey's' -- Alio avenging the Ainor- tlioni 0f flpttvhurff' StllTen-Ica- n Judge Wilson was withwas, Jn road Federals Busy While Media- frlertjs, following directions loft by Settlement on the Federals In of Vera Cruz, was tl Attempt afternoon. TJio rupont occupation total tho decendont, proceeded to a hotel worked 17 miles. longest stotion dclllvercd to tho Federal messengers wjioso proprietor was au old friend ders tors Mediate. British Soil. ,U unfiles, I. M, and Alec Bennett. of Casey's. rnfltafvl nlianllltc.lv in Vtllfi Best condition, section belonging Beforo thq party sat down to Uin-ne- r, to Robert Mil burn. Bctst dralinld.Har- al'ay hlmsolf or Ids men with the tliQ um was taken into Cio baf Generals Federate and declared that the Iluer- - He and Wife Reconciled After dln and Jamps Board. James Plr-tl-o General Funston, Admiral Mayo Villa and Other Rebel room and p'aced behind tho bar. Then had the worst seoUion to iwork, t.tus had provoked foreign interveneveryone ordered his favorite drink 30 Years SepaRefuse to Unite With and Others Getting Anxious heaviest and most economical drag. tion "for their own ends. Gen. Maas' and .tills toast was drunk: ' He also Jiad Uio highest number of letter to Villa announced that In adration. to Strike. Federals. J"To Casey, (who is still behind th points, 83. Soveral others were close dition to occupying Vea Cruz tho port bar."' to the leader In the number of inoints. of Sahua Cru lull .been seized by Tho party, carrying , out Casey's" Mr. n. It. BUey, treasurer of the May 5. Information Washington, May G.Tho three tho; United States forces pn April 25. Washington, New York, May 3. MaJ. Oen.Dan-lo- l instructions, then sat down to dla- contest will bo rcaliy to Issue next camo from Vera Cruz to the ,War De- ner, tho Gon. Obrcgon, commander of E. Sickles died at liis home to South American euvoja who have and later wont o a theater. week each one's share of tjie money. partment today that the Mexican FedYesterday Casey's ashes .were takundertaken by diplomacy to nettle Division of the Northwest of the rob night at 9 o'clock. His wife was at Eycrjono catered in thQ conteatj will eral troops have mined' thqc railroad com- - ,. hodgldc MexLoo's civil strife, ets well as her el army; den. Pablq Gonzales, en back to Salinas1 and sprinkled 8eparat(Dd rcelQ a part ofj the prize, accord tracks from Vera iCruz (to1 Mexico on the Salinas river. difficulties, announc-- 1 mandor of fthe fforthoist Division; Tho counh) liad been International to Ws City in preparation for the utter deed that the first formal con- Gen. Panftlo Natora, corAmanding tho.,lcarjy thjrty Jeiir8 and . a reconoii- - ing was credits. ' . . tho pleasure of tho writer struction of the rood In the event Jt -j i.. Cyclone in Barren. representatives of Uio contral .unison:' uon. ia.liailero.com- ( imiuu who viivuu.'u uuir itit ..it. ference with i ui&ui. American forces attempt vskv w. iiu..- - q,,, slckie8 had jbeen m slnco" to. ride over some of these sections tliat thq "different parties Interested in medIa - ln,alwlnK Mio Glasgow, Ky., May 4. A cycton hen he suffered a hemor last week and tJic difference between a march on the capital. would ibQ liold at Niagara lJ,C0' and othera tore refused proposal! Mai0u, tlon" the sections worked and the ' other No confirmation had been received swept over the Slick Rock section of unite wfih tiio Floral rhage. A week ago last Thursday thatthey Fulls, Ontario, Canada, on May 18. this country about dark', doing much Secrcary Bran made tho announce- troopi to repol on American inva- thor.. was another hemorrhage and is.wotfJerful. Any ono. of tho sub- - of reports that the San Francisco damage. The storm-stricke- n section, t0 he "nd t carry on bridge on the Interoceanic' railroad slon. aged general was confined toy3?nUrs a the ment for the three diplomats In is,about six miles from town and as this contest need only travej bver had been damaged. folliriyf statement, which reads as his bed. Roosevelt to FJght. The mines are reporlod to be, cV aBjtalephoncs are pnt of commission lows: This morning there "was a marked the two types of road to see that impossible to learn all the dedispatch itp tho Now improvement Jn the general's condl-Vor- k WB opney 'said'Tnoraluppont! wero cated a half mllo apart and 'Mexican itIs A Berlin "Tho mediators have notlfUU the well spent. The farmers who took soldiers have 'been detailed" to touch tails. Two houses are known to fc Times says that Colonel Roose- - tlou, but at 4 o'clock in tho different parses that Niagara Falls, blown down and two persons serious'-- " Is eager to gat Into the fray In noon he began to sink. Three hours part In this contest have showed a off the. fuses should hostlUtieis eventCanada, has been selected as the. ly( Injured besides a large amount of .' spirit 6f progreSsiveness that stands uate. jj, jm apparent that death place wjicro tho mediators will con- - Mexico, according to an American out as an example, and .wo one. sorry Thse preparations and the throw- timber, fencing and ub'tuildings dam' ti-- r who saw the 'was near. The last rites of the with rftiireiontaiJos of th differ- - official .now In'BefHn, Ch,arjes BrownlBjl' aged. The home liartW inlniHtPd in ih mivilatlon former president ft ifowjocks ago In namati Catholic Church had been ad tliat the area .of this work could not ing up of defenses .which are (daily .was practically of ..wrecked and fflft exter.ll all pverthe county in order making tho position of he' Mexican awli" (that pe on Saturday by RevFaih and tiat tho 18th or May has been South America. He wail a .. that pothers, who are wJHing, could Federal troops stronger, are" said' to hqme of BUI EUJs colored, rta fcfn tiA iiuwj 'nnmmnHffAH TU...LI- J rt 4ia tuuau Mfinarii n "- - er Avaru tu oi. jjch a Sa. !. wflxdJ as the date when tho confer iuuunwn ,uivu. fenteft, "We beJJeve thiat the Wimes of be a source of .worry (to General ccmfiletcsr demolial)ed nounced his Intention, in the event" Wen. Sickles started life as , ence will begliu," The (njuriil are BUI Ellis and his Qf hostilities .wth, Slexlcp, of going printer's "boy, became a lawyer,fonnr tjaes men Would appear Jn print Funaton, and It Is understood that (The, Janguago of Uw declaration ' '" and that they be given credit due he would welcome' orders to start for wife. attention, for although the home tit the' earliest powtble moment til XiVo regiments' for''thq civil war A'ieavy rain fall 'after the wind envoys had In a note earlier said the - .and fighting for his coufetry. and earned a soldier's inundftiUHy fhem Therefore jwe (print the fol- the Mexican caplt)al at pnee- .Admiral Maj-o- , at Tamplco, has storm dfd'.much damagp to treafr-oloCol. iRoowvajMWlJO, K pa parries 0n tho second day of the battle at lowing:, JohnJPhipps, Henry pjrtle, for-wodta JtWilrf ed land. It, is feared that consjlera Geor-- e Schroader, ,W. a Cajranza ropresentaUvo unfess' an out, hjs, plan .'will againXaerve under GoUyaburg, whon he held back Long- - Maples, Boh'MUburn, J. Miller, iJuna Informed the. Navy Department that bWdftmage ws done ,tp live sotck la Marion Moore, he would have no trouble 'Jn takHarvc Richardson,' S. C. Render, ing Tamplco wih his present forces, I opeat pastures. . allst and tho Huerta farcer was ar- - Ws colonel Jn CubaMJH that' h in- - the charge, on Peach Orchard, and Jas. Pirtle, 1J. Barnard, Pete Shown, and It was learned today that he has (tad an entire Blotliy Angle. t raiiB0, no specific parties to tho tended to Bennett,. H. Balrd, Hut SInnett more than once hinted in Ws dis negotiations iwero Jiamod In the State brigade Of cavalry for service (nnrex That engagement was only one ep Ike I patches that It would be advisable , to HONORS OF WAR fill OojKU-Lmclco Instead of a regiment. Ho ea'tl isode of a long life filled with ex-- and Wash Taylor. annoucomont. take such, action. He has naw unand tragedy. Victor Matthew It was Jater learned authorativc- - tliat he had his of ticers )U1 selected cltoment, adventure Enters Mew der his, command in adduttloh' lo his FOR II. S. DEAD ly that t)ic reason for this was duo to On a Sunday, In February, 1859,w!hen ' Field. flagship, the Des Moines, two cruis Gen. Sickles was a congressman, ho the fact that u further effort iwas bo-- GENERAL STRIKE following art,1,e, taknfrom ers aoda torpedo boat fleet of nine. fn2 in1ade'towinduce XienT'CSrran'to' shotTdead Jtt the' streets of' 'Washing-- ' Alarmtd by unofficial reports rjhat British, Spanish, and French sand xl roprcspntatlo. if. Kas'tmder-Httxton, Philip Barton Koy, son of the io Marsliall (Texas) Daily Messen Joil IS CONSIDERED author of "Tho reports Ban- ger Hartford 'boy acting American Consul John R. SIHi-maanother that the in relators had furLuis Potosd, rkexlco, at San in Tribute to Mr. ner." Sickles chargtd that Key bad making good in a now fields ther explained their iosJtJon to Gen-co- il ii Matthews xis a son of Olr Heber Mat- has been a prisoner of Gen. Maas, Carrantu and w'ero still hopoful dishonored his home. Heroes. Found not gull! by a Jury at hla thews qf the Herald and has also Mexican Federal commander, for two tfiat ho might ho represented at the Tie Up of the Coal Mining Indus- ' gained fame In tho JInotjpe ivvork. weeks, itho State Department Jiogotiations wltliout seeking to Um- trial for murder, SIckks forgave his inquiry conU this agent to discussion of any par- try May Follow the Sit- wife, and they lived together until He has always shown talent In car- sent urgent telegrams of cerning him addressed to the Bratooning and his success seems i as Vera Cruz, May 3. The bodies of tlcular subjects. her death some years later., 'After ting of Board. zilian minister in Mexico City, Consul seventeen American bluejackets acid Tho American Govurnmcnt has not tjhat came tho .war, nud after the war sured in this work. We know sotne people have p. no .Miller at Tamplco, and Consul Hanna marines i who fell victims to the Mexyet chpson its roprosentatlxS. . PresGen. Sickles went from military comtion that tho cartoons which have at Monterey. SUIman's regular poet ican snipers In the' street fighting ident "Wilson and Secretaries Bryan to a diplomatic career. mands Indlanapolte, nd.; May 5. A in the Messenger was SnltUlo, but he was transferred during the operations accompanying and Lano dlscua3v.d many names toHo served as minister to Holland been appearing day. They are seeking to get men of not only will report up from 1866 to 1869. He declined the latoly and presenting view3 on tho to San Luis Potosl in (the present the occupation of Vera Cruz by training in diplomatic at fai remind Jn on the Colorado strike situation, but annolntment to Mexico and served Mexican situation were not made in emergency. United States fleet Btanted on thelf! y Admiral Badger reported to the way to iNew York on boardj. asmuch as dt wllll toko several days also will consider tho feasibility of ' four years, ending In 1873, as tnln-f- Marshall .Such are in error. Victor Matthews, the cartoonist, is a mem- Navy Department today the receipt the armo'-K- i cruiser Montana. .tho Huerta envojs to reach here, a ceueral strike In (the coal mining jater to Spain. the1' Solemn honors were paid by souio of the intervening time will Industry, was appolnjed Jate It was at Madrid bat ho. met and ber ot the Messenger force. and of word from the torpedo boat deby the International Executive, Board ' married bo taken by th'o President Jn conthe present 'Mrs. Sickles, while he 'performs these humerous stroyer Drayton, at Tuxpamhat Ter- great assemblage of Unitdl State of jhe United Mine Workers sidering men for tho important of who was Caroline Martinez Guorre-AmerJ- stunts as a sjde line, fchey come in ritorial Minister Haclnda there had war Vessels as the Montana passed handy and are considered ondored customs officers not Id clear slowly out of the harbor, and tfces ro, daughter of a Spanish officer'. right to were Joined in ,by the vessels of tU$ ery nifty and apropos toy the man nor enter any vessels from or The committee Is composed As yet thore has ibexn no formal ba of There 'were ftVo chlldfeni Edna, who sis ojaijgotiauons, tie Untted'StateB j. iiaaes.vwepreaident;, iWH- - as marrlednoJJayrell E. ar. Cracken- - agement They contain, real Ideas American ports. This order, Jt was British, French and Spanish naviefl TnK d or Huerta not having & fortSh thoJr!" O. Greon, tjiorpe, anfd "Gcorgt?' Stanon Sickles. and pfc4y good execution, at least further rcrortcd, had been given to which represent their countries in y dcmanUs. . It was learned Mexican waters. from Executive Board members? Paul J. 'Wlien Qen. Sickles' reurned to this as good as that in the cartoons wo all ports in tiie State of Vera Pruz. The Drayton also reported that hlcli. Administration official that . Paulsen, of AV - amine: ' Robert Hurlilu. " roiintrv hla sneond wife aoconi w nanled buy. Mr. Matthews was 4he artist The crows qf the warships In full -- i on the fly extermination campaign thirteen Americans had been detain-i- ll uniform lined tho sides of the waT la all Jike'ihood tho UnUcd States of Washington. and Frank Farting-- j him, but she so" departed and agallnst (iheir will at MeUaloyuco, ships, and as tho Montana reached j turned uot confine JtseHf now to a j ton, of Illinois. to Madrid, where she. Jived cartoon tliat caused such an uproar in the State of Puobla, about sixty each ono tho men sto.(J iu'4 utten-Uon,tMr. ureou ua,i n prooaojy wouia untn ios in Longvlew. iii.erti bcu.iwi.eaj. ot ue lncioents ai mjlesfrom Tuxpam. This information marine guards prcsoatcd arms Tamiwo whjch proioked tho present bo latoi Thursday before tho commit- In 1908 Mrs. Sickles camo to New Bishop Nailed to Cross. waa given tq the' BrJUtsh. consul at and the ships' bands played funeral to bring about too, would be ready .to submit Its find- - York airaln and took ui her resl- crisis, but would aim a solution of tho whole Mexican prob- ings to Mio EJuecutivo Board, which denoo Jn the house a 1 East Ninth San Francisco, May 4. Among tho Tuxpam toy Amercan refugees, who marches. Ono by one tho colors of tho fight by tho sa' tho Mexican authorities gawe lem so that it could recognize a con- Wall havo to act on tho report beforo street. Just back of her husband's talcs oi atrocities told refugees from tho west coast of Mex- reason for hoWlng the Americans a ing craft sank to halt-anous; stitutionally is'tubllbhcd Government it Is mado. the Fifth avenue, homo, Ho said tjio uonunlttcv) woulfl carewhlcli would bo able to rcstorp tranThe goneral's niouey troubles have ico, whq arrived yesterday on ICio desire to assure tholr safety. ThG Montana steamed through u. land fully consider tho telegrams which hno been the thing tliat has kept him steamer City of Syduey.ls tliat of tho British consul has wired the Govern formed by two liivJslQns of the Atquility in tho Soulhem republic. crucifixion of the Catholic bishop of or of Puobla requesting thJir release. lantic fleet. As sho reached the botween Martin 1). Foster, most in the public eye Blnco ht Tho (disposition of Gen. Carranza msswl Admiral BaUger also reports that end of the parallel lines, the Mon to eliminate vhlmsolf from the media of tho Houso Commlttoo bu ' cd 80. In SoHtember. 1912.Olrs. Chalapa. AccoiUIng to tho account, a detach- ho is forming a special service Bquad- - tanh, gradually Increased her speed tlon proceedings, if It should include MIntj3. whq ,wetit po Colorado to Jn- - Sickhs pawned her Jowola 111,000 ron under Aldmlral Winslaw He did nd Tvhen sIiq turned toward ' worth to raise 8,0CC with which to ment pf tho rebel Gen. Zapata's Vestugate the strike, and John tho u Uiscubsloii of Mexico's D. Internal he north tho flags ot all tho ships flut called on the bishop to surren- not Jndlcato what ships would problems, has not mot with tho faor Rockerolhr, Jr., tho Rockefeller state- - pay a Judgment hanging over tho terdl to tho tops once more und ijho of Administration officials, but they''unt and a number of.' other docu- - general's heu!d. Her act camo Just der the funds of his church, die re- omidoyed for this purpose. The und the Des Moines, it was crew 3 broke ranks. do ivot think tNsdeolson Js final and mants regaifl.ug the oondltlons In tho in qlmo to stop a forced salo of fur- - fused, whereupon the soldiers are said -- ...1 o !. k hoixj Jio may yot bo brought within Western State. Il... 1...- -. I .- ,- uiiu iiri uuaittuu 0 to Jiavo uailOd him to a cross and stated, would remain uuUor Admiral On shore during tho Montana's pasnwjwuivtu j miuiv, Mayo at Tamplco for tho prosont. sage out tho St ait. and StrijRS fly-In- y uy left him to die. tho ecojxt of tho present effort to John it. ijiwson, hoard onemlber civil war connnlgslons signed "Firing continues daly at Tamplco ovpr Brig. Oon. Frederick Fun Irom Colomdo, wired President Jrthu Abraham Lincoln. bring about peace. Antis to Wear Red Roses. between Constitutionals and Fodqral ston's hoadquarters 'was lowered to It is ,1'raotlcally certain that tho P. White ho would nr-In December, 1912, itho genoral Naa that forces, according to a report trans- luilftmast and was only rabid again Washington, May 5. If you are withdrawal pf Americau forces front rlvo somo tlmo Thurttiay. Mr. Green involved in a dispute with the Sta'nj to woman suffrage, wear a mitted from Admiral Mojo by klnilr-- al when a'- - hell disapiicrcd on the horVera Cnu will not bo ordered until paid tho conunlttco would not draft Its of Now York over a 27,0O0 short- Heavy guiuwero izon. Badger some defjnlto settlement ot th.o whojo roport until utter gettinfra, statement age In tho money of the Monument j red rps,). ' VJieu tho puff rug'sts flaunt I Commission, their ygllaw banners from the White heard yesterday morning. from Law son. Mexican "problem is in sight. The hospital ship Soliaco with about of which Gen. Sickles . -- , 100 sick and wounded American It was leurned that a orannlittoo t was ohairman. Tho death of wo of the AmeriGeneral Hquse to the Capitol next Saturday Attornoy Wanted No Moarning. can wpunded at Vera Cruz, bringing of Ohio minors, headed i toy aill marinea ou bcxird, Jt John ., Carmody thceailoned to orosecute tho hi ..ttejgurado. that Is being etartcd v their color Behem Jiay 4.. wub stated to Ihiprese Congress, Cal Francisco, might wil north San tho mprtallty JJst P lo nlneteenhe , Moore, prosldout, and G; W. Savage, votoran, .und hjs , a bartunlerirfdo-l- y ward later this week, but nothing def of the district, ors and Mns. Sickles again- stopped will fiiush with the crimson hue ot WttUam S. Casq-thattthe President andstcretary-tivasurefcivttlo Inl't luis been decided In this conkUQXU, In the California Secrejar.'cs Garrison and 'Danfajs 'appeared VfoiV Uio board and plead- - forward with an offer tp make fcood rosso worn by tholr ndr opponents. ivcst'erday nection. All tho until unflor treatagainst otcs for .women 90uuiV a, funeral would go tp Brooklyn to "aterlmm- - 'od'tbi-- a'goiiCTal ti'jrike Jn tha State. Uie .sum it no other ay iwaa found, orla services for the nlucteen tiead Action iwSs defcmU on the ploa Thq general hlms61f, had no money to have bceu giou the woill to display, which he pijd tor hlmbolf. Casey ment on board aro doing .well. dis died by his owu hand luti, Friday. being, brouglitt back, on the MonUna. Uiter. The trouble (n Ohio Is 'nicoi. the shortage, dt wa said, and the. rod rose as a sIgi'iof their Rear Admiral Frank F, Fletcher iwaa approval. shattered, ho- told his, dwply affected ot ijho dopurtun of His health and 'the order to h hodtal ship over Uie prito tho operators shall no prcM.cutlon was urllcrtaken. rr SoVjco to bring Its wounded Luck to pay tfie mineiia on a mlnrun basis, as rfriowls thai he did n Vant Jo live the Monraua He ia!d to tho 7," Has No Advantage. KOad LOlCSt a SCCIS "Ijiat basis, is 'fixed fcy 'a now State ' No'v York and Boston bo hat Jrio could not be bappu". II tuid uewspaier men: tk. sick may .bn In a cooler ollmate.wero law. The amount per tefr tho miners' Judgtu Dr. 10. B. Pendleton, 8. A. That Bcrllu physician twl'io' boasts fl.OflO' In ft "b" ft Saliuaa and ho MB Uyjng in defQUso of hejr couu-tr- y they havo been giveh the highest the. chief annouaeomeats from ths Na- - :iro demanding and the )rjce lie op- - Uratcher uiM Dr. E. W. Ford wwit that h(j can. Uo'.xt truth foom fa.'f-boo- d urranged that thtt uaiMbq' u.wd f'or by tlo breath lias no Iwnpr that can bq wxiordcd to un vy Department during im Hay. Tho uratons his las', rites, are wllUng to pay could' over tho eatjro section worked by ( '. "My yassinu oir-- ie HOt a signal American. Tbo deepest sjmptuby of hen of won iwho try to AVarf Peparument eoatioued ,js pbuis uot Ojo learnW here. tlie c.eV.Cwtonta in tho Hartford roiul oor "tho had Mld,, "I tholr coinrudm Jn tio fleet gotii out for poslblo emergencies while the The hoard probably wU be Ju hes- - working conltvt aiiJ wp.reweV ph'iH hide it by '(ug tipcs. Nfv York for horrow," Casey wuut the frlonds that attyud ay fu- - to bo bereaved ones at home." 'ed wltft (oe work. With colors tjy- - lleruld. State Depui'tmeit x active Jn t'uiH sJoa twq wek pr longer. 1 GEN. SICKLES nqw touring MEETJN PASSES at "er0 to-da- at Last. 1- -4 lii - ht ,.i .- uesu-Tiiu- g 4 jar - ij m if 1 , -- orgaiittd ( - f lrev xl n, Star-Snangl- to-d- ay lnv or to-da- to-da- y mis-.sio- n, ca " f BeCTOtary-trenurcrAu- to-da- A -- . ho tq-d- st , "''. pass-ohajrni- an boI-dlo- rs Ta-oo- 1 to-d- ay op-pc- cd to-d- blue-Jack- to-da- y, c. - al ul - r" """""" to-da- y. , -- V AS PARIS SEES US We're a Queer Sort of Folk and Eat Pig Three Times a Day. INDIANS AT OUR BACK DOORS. LIGHTSHIP PERILS. Safety of the Vessel and Its Crew Is the Last Consideration. Among tie unsung heroes of this country are: the members of (he lighthouse service, which Is entirely distinct from the life saving service. The entire lighthouse corps designed to warn ships of danger points covers 100,000 miles of coast line and reaches from Alaska to Panama, the maintenance of It costing approximately a year. It has Kibout 13,000 "aids to navigation," Including lighthouses, lightships, bell buoys, tenders, submnrlne signals, and fog signals. A lightship must be kept always In one particular place. Anchored to the bottom of the sea. she has her steam always up. but she never sails unless relieved by another ship so that she may put Into port for repairs. And such n boat Is used because n warning must be ghen at n place where It is TALE OF A TOWER There It Stood, Yet It Had Never Been "Erected." CLEVER EVASION OF THE LAW The Curious Place Where John K. Graves Turned Out His Shot and Bullets and the Contract the Courts A PLACE NOT ON THE MAP. They Live en Reservations on the Out skirts of All Our Cities and Parade Blankets and Feathers. Declared Had Not Been Broken. News Parisian Papers Print. ncwopnpers Is to The late Senator Allison, whoso To lionise the Paris home was at Dubuque, In., thoroughly discover tbo most niiiiizltis statements enjoyed humor nnd n good story. One jibout America and Americans day when In a reminiscent mood Mr. ridiculous thing that reveal to Allison narrated the following story, the' unfortunate paucity of the lender based upon facts, which Is worth n the I'nrlslan's knowledge of the world. place among talcs extraordinary: Thef-errors occur In the very best ltit.nQat1il.t in l.nllrt .1 lltrlif linn ua ntifl "Along about 1SG0. when the west journals, of Paris nnd under editors where even the clamor of a gigantic was yet quite new, a number of busiwho stand high In the newspaper bell buoy is not sufficient to warn Jhe ness men in Dubuque conceived tho navigator. No matter how fiercely 'the idea of establishing a plant for the world nnd should know better. Here nre n few examples culled from storm beats or how desperate may be manufacture of shot and bullets. At the leading papers of Paris of the sort the boat's plight, she must stay at'( the time there was nOi factory of that of statements commonly passed out to her moorings. The only movement she sort nearer than St. Louis, nnd. with is allowed to make under the rcguln-- l a lively demand for ammunition, it the Inuoccnt French reader: An article discussing the fuel used tlons Is to sink when nt last she canj was figured that a shot tower would In different countries Includes this withstand the gale no longer. pay like n gold mine. Tho Throughout the service, both in tho tower, wns California statement: "In America ,the houses are built, the necessary maheated by natural gas which comes lighthouses and on the vessels, there chinery was put in at large expense one dominating creed from the Itocky mountains in tubes or Is one object, tight burning and production began. the Ilpcs and enters the houses all over to keep blowing. This Is the and the "For a time business wns quite satsupreme whistle the country. No other fuel Is now In work of the men's existence. And It isfactory; then demand slackened, and use In America." would bring them deserved recognition It soon became apparent tliut the enterAnother enlightening article relates if the government ever published a list prise would never develop any Standthai "all the country west of Chicago of those who nave lost their lives In ard Oil dividends. After a time some Is a desert to the California, but it has the line of such perilous duty. of the stockholders became disgusted Iiren marked off with multitudinous For about $0,000,000 n year these men with the wholo business and practicalOltcbes. which nre kept filled with wa- and their craft save from disaster tho ly offered to give away their holdings. ter from the great Mississippi river, billions of dollars' worth of shipping "Among them was John K. Graves, jind thus the land is made fertile and and commerce that come to American who afterward became a power tu ops inny be grown." ci shores. Popular Magazine. eastern Iown polities. Graves quietly This about American Indians is bought up the stink as it was offered, am lining: "The American Indians are getting practically all of It eventually THANKS FOR A FAVOR. no longer n menace to civilization. on the basis of 5 or 10 cents on the Tbe.v now live quietly on the outskirts The Lady and the Baker and a Little dollar. Just what Graves wanted this of nil American cities In quarters prostock for his associates in the venture Bit of a Surprise. vided for them nnd called 'Indian reswas nfter dark.-- and the French could not figure out. but they did not It ervations.' They may be seen at any lose nny sleep over that They were time wandering the streets In their baker was about to close his shop tickled to death to get anything out of when the telephone bell rang. blankets and feathers, but they are the dead enterprise. It bad been los"Mr. Ovens?" now quite subdued the white people ing money for some time. "Yes. ma'am." no, longer fear them." "Soon after this the war broke out "This Is Mis. Jlmley of Hlckorynut . Hcfe Indeed, a piece of news: is. Graves Instantly saw his opportunity. street." "Canada is a great country and is War makes great quantities of bullets "Xes. Mrs. Jlmley." , i pmud , having been the blrtteplace of "I am giving a supper tonight, nnd necessary, and be made preparations t .the greatest American patriot, George I discover that I need half a dozen to supply them. He Indulged in cerWashington." more rolls. Could I trouble you to tain statements concerning his plans A long article on the Mormon fattu and purposes In the presence of persend them over?" says: "The Mormons nre a strange re"I'm sorry, ma'am, but I haven't a sons be knew would flash the informaligious sect founded by the Itev. Artion to a St Louis concern, and his In nor thur Smith about thirty years ago. roll left NVe the store cleareven a loaf of scheme worked ndmlrably. Inside of nre sold out tonight." Mr. Snilth'was a contemporary of Mrs. bread. v"TbIs Is very provoking," said' Mrs. ttyo weeks a man whoop Grnvesknew Mm-j- Eddy, the Christian Science you sure you haven't to be a representative of the St. Lonls Jlmley. founder. But the two could not agree anything "Are shot tower compnny culled upon him that would do?" in their faiths, nnd Mr. Smith went in the course of the conversation "There isn't u thing In the place that and brought up the subject of stock In the west In n caravan with thousands of I you. ma'am. Hold would care Dubuque company. After, several days followers, many of whom were killed on, though. to sell There's a half dozen fresh of dickering and bantering Graves unby the Indians In crossing the deserts rolls on my own supper table of America. .Mormons have many now. I could let you have those if you loaded bis entire holdings of stock aT over tlfty cents onMhe dollar, realizing wives, like the followers of islam, nnd ent ' they nre to be found In nil American think they would do. My kids canany- a small fortune. crackers lustouiL. They'd rather "By the terms of tjie agreement, cities with their lurge families." way." however, Graves legnlly bound himself The Parisian is enlightened us to the very nicely. Mr. not to erect a shot tower within a "Those will course of most of our fortunes in this Ovens. Will you do bend them over soon, hundred miles of Dubuque within ten wise: "The reason wliy"so many of the please?" years. The representative of the St. great American fortunes me made In "IJIght away, ma'nm. The boy has Louis concern had scaicely got beyond pork packing is because the staple of gone for the night, but I'll take them sight of Dubuque, down tho river, until IIct in America is pigs. Everybody to you in self." Graves sent In an order for n complete vats pig three times a cl.iy, just ns the In a minute or two he stood on her equipment of machinery for a new Itigllshmnu eats roast beef three times fiont stops rinsing the bell and feeling shot making plant. While awaiting :i day. The demand for this uiticlc of well pleased with himself he could Its arrival he Indulged in a little surdiet lias been the means of ninny do some one a kindness. that veying. Americans founding great fortunes." Mrs. Jlmley opened the door nnd "Dubuque is situated pnrtly upon a truly democratic oiigin of our took the packages from his hands. The lofty hill or series of hills, and the great men Is the Mibject for another Then she said In Icy tones: country Is extremely rough'. When article. It tells us: "The presidents of "The next time you bring any goods wandering among the bluffs the gieat American republic have till here. Mr. Ovens. I wish you would re- - came upon the excavation of Graves a deep been of humble origin. The great Lin- "hiember to ring the basement' bell. 1 well. Shortly afterward there was coln was a tailor nnd woiked in great can't have tradesmen coming to the considerable ncthlty In that vicinity. poverty for many years prior to his A force of men was employed to refront door." Newark News. taking his place as president. Presimove the debris, and the hole was endent Clevelaud was a New Jersey larged and bricked up. A lateral InHe Knew. prosfarmer nnd was perhaps the most "If I were you." his wife said, "I'd cision was made into the side of the perous, of nil the presidents In his early go to that mail and tell him exnctiy bluff, striking the main vertical shaft life. After he had served several terms I thought him. He lied to you, a hundred feet from the surfnev openlie returned to his farm at Prince's what you ought of tell him that you ing. Here a room wn. dug ilt and to Town nnd continued to lend the life of and it. If were you I'd let him bricked up and prepaid I fur the recep" a fanner until he died, doing much of know Just how I despised him. I'd tlon of machinery. I'.y the time this know the work with his own hands because have the satisfaction of making him work had been completed the outfit be liked to. nnd was quickly Installed. Withfeel nshnmed of himself." "Piesldent Itoosevelt Is of JcwUh de"No. my dear." he replied, "you in two or thiee mouths of the tlfue of scent, though not of the orthodox faith, wouldn't do anything of the kind. If disposing or the stoik of the Dubuque his people having been converted to you were me you'd do Just ns I'm do- concern Graves had the new suburban the Puritan nnd pilgrim faith soon ing. This fellow weighs tlfty pounds underground establishment In full nfter they emigrated to the new world. more than I do. and they tell me he's blast, producing bullets uud shut. Mr. Itoosevelt was u policeman for one of tlie best boers In this town." "Of course news ur the new factory speedily reached the St Units concern, many ers before he entered political Chicago Itecord-Herald- . life and wus also a midshipman In the and they sent mi attorney tu Dubuque navy fur a time. He has always plainloaded with contracts and reielpts nnd Her Library. ly fchowu his hunlblc origin nnd during It Is clear that the young women paraphernalia tor uui'Mng trouble. The ills terms at the White House would who tlgure in this little conversation lawyer called on Uuws and plainly take long vacations and Join parties of tiuiu the New York Telegraph were told him that If he dlil not shut up " shop he would gel the l.yv on him tbo roughest kind of men nnd live with no blue slivkiiigs: them for week lumbermen, cattle I don't know ylint to give quick. Graves leplled that lie did lint Alii herders and miners. Ills 'high life ex- (ilads for a birthday. She li.e. a gold understand he had liul.iml any law istence was always distasteful to him. nsoali bag. she has a uiKl watch, she ur any pledge and thai be would go nnd he lived the life of a humble woik-malitis n silver toilet set- - oil. she has ev- right along making bullets, suggesting to the nttoiuc that be Man. piueeed-lugs- . own at the White House. .Mis er thing: The altorney ln Iteil Graves' atItocseveit serving bis meals for lilm. so Pearl Well, give her a hook. " tention to the bond given by the latter dlMnstelul ve senants In hlni." Ann- - Xii: site li.i a bonk too. that he would nut in the manu We me ti!d "the sky sweeper.-- , of HI facture of shut or bullets wltlllll "Sew Yolk no modeled on the Idea of Her Father's Car. the IJIuVt iMver. hut covered with "Where were you lut ni&litV" asked miles of Dubuque for ten em c. Giaxes luuteuded that he had entered tutu nu Mono. Tlu leopU- - who live In the up ' one gill of mini her. per iipiiilititMit't mi the pooler clashes. "I was out rliliug with father in IiIn oieh coicnitut: he had pledged himself .ml to 'elect a shut tower. and asked but theli i. u, in nit- stli. mid light, ear1." which i i.'im.v better (Inn living In "llnl I did not know your fa I her his The attorney if he h.ul elected 11 shot The attorney s:ihl hut' was iiiwer. , dink quintets mar i hi- gtoiiud. ;n siu automobile" tbey did mi 10 east side In the diiyn , "lie hasn't: he Is a mot oi man." In. iioy'H talk; that such bypl:i would not In a court of Jtisthe. i (Hainipolls New. Joefuro fckj iw.'ei'CM weie built." "The easy wi,s tji.ed, mid nj'twltle Sulli niltes will be iutcicMcil to Handing that ovufy'lfiieVor ground'wns 7 nera re uiners. read the rullunliig: "In A merit a woman sulViag.' uas been nnepted. The "M'iihi You iisT-- tu think that Jack '.onlested by the St. Iiuls concern, women mle. enter (ill political posi- was one la a thousand, lltlicl (who which li.ul 'ri hie counsel! iraos won. tions- mill It is stild thai cie long theie broke engageieenti- -l do kIIII. but I've The St. Louis lawyers could nut make picslilcut. Hut tin) ilitcoveicd he Nh't the out one III n Ihe Jury believe that Guivr bail 'elect-ewill bo n n shot tower. And so ho went tight tiuforttiiiulf r ult of htirtuigc K that thousand - Itnstoii Transcript. on pouring moiled le.ul Into the hole he AiUfiU.ii woman iiu become In the top of the hill mid gatheiiug up Making It Worse. Se rule with tin Iron IHilibli'lgli-M- lv Shaip called me u shot and bullets In his liiick room 100 ami men me but puppets to her. bnud feet below and Ik came n wealthy A t'rencliwi'fi e.miioi understand why fool, Do I look liken fool? Unwsou 'American mu will submit to this No. you. do not. She couldn't li.iv man." Prank 1. Stllliiuu in St. 1mls liosslng' U'ie seem to be ufitild of Judged you by 'oiir looks. I'oston Hcpublic. Tidiiscript. their wiinMt and in fear obey them." The rusd ambition tiarels is too nur-wC'liorndike Oilou tu Hoston Post for friendship, too ciooked for The avarice of I lie uiNer may be poor to WiiW the luxury termed tbo grtind tvpulcher of all hW love, too rushed for honesty, too dui'k On unfit uf lor science. the Streets In nb-sui- Yet Qirlvllle Is a Pleasant Place, With 8ome Drawbacks. plens.mL alluring little Glrlvllle- -i hamlet on the rond to the tablelands of Matrimony, with n brmich line that connects with the Old Maid range of foothills. At one time this place depended entirely upon nature for lbs llucollc colors were predominant, and there was a simplicity about it very pleasing and restful to the eye. Of late years, however, the city painters and decorators have cotno In nnd with their colors have given it a smart, artlflclnr nppearance. which for many old fashioned people has largely curtailed Us charm. Glrlville, Indeed, now has a reputation for cheap display which no other place can hope to rival. Glrlville at one time wns governed almost entirely by an eminently body called elders, but it has long since scornfully discarded their help and governs Itself, or, nt least, claims the right to do so. Its principal Industries are ragtime, fiction, silk stockings, velvet slippers and red paint. There is also a large spoon factory on the edge of the town. An appeal to the legislature to have d the name Glrlville changed to was refused on the ground that Chattervllle and Glrlville are already synonymous. The inhabitants of Glrlville arc extremely restless nnd tickle. Not satisfied with the place, they are constantly attempting to leave it and, after leaving, to get back again. Thomas L. 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BOLD ";:" WOK I t IfMlJ Cotton Is a really dangerous cargo. If n little oil happens to touch raw cotton the result Is what Is called spontaneous combustion. A single bale of cotton saturated with such an oil jis boiled Unseed, and lying nt.the botttJm of a hold, can be compnred only to a slow nfntch attained to a bomb. In fact. It Is even more dangerous, because while there might be uluety-nlu- e chances out of a hundred that something might happen to prevent the explosion of the bomb, there are about 1)00 chances In 1,000 that the cotton will burn. Onions also cause sailors much dls comfort. The French steamer Varra with a cargo of oulons from Alexandria to England, lost one mau and had three others rendered, insensible by fumes rising from the tons of onions In her bold. Acids and other chemicals form dangerous cargoes. Carbide of calcium. for Instance. Is more dangerous than dynamite. Acetyliav gas Is made front this chemical, and the gas Is constant ly given off If the product Is exiosed to air. Some time ago the Uarabarg bark Detoe was towed Into Plymouth .sound, England, In disabled condition. Her cargo was 200 tons of calcium carbide. When the commander In chief at Devonport learned tbe nature of the disabled bark's cargo he ordered, all the war vessels In the sowl to take refuge at Hamaxe and for". de the nebe to stand In 'for repairs until all her perilous cargo 'had been removed by a barge of the war department. i i The olturuo. which burned at sen. hail a cargo which included rags, peat moss, barrels of spirits, tar and oils, together with drums of various chemicals. Water could have little effect on the flames from such a combination when It had caught Are. f Nitric and sulphuric acldfi are dangerous cargoes and add to the dangers of the sea when carried a boa id ships Some years ago the Phoenix liner Mich lgan was caught la a gale, while com lug to this country. Pile had a deck load of sulphuric and, muriatic acid In metal drums. A huge sea washed ovet the forwaid deck and broke tl mimbei of the acid drums from thulr l.ttdiiugs. sending them crashing around the deck. Volunteers were called for to heave the drums overboard. The crash lug of the sea and the rolling on the deck had split some of the containers uud the acid burned the flesh of the sailors who responded to the call for volunteers. The battle with the de.id-lnpld drums waged for nu hour. Man after mau wus forced to fall out from the line of buttle and go below to have bis wounds dressed. When the situation was becoming critical the danger was eliminated the way It bad come by another wave washing over the vessel and carrying away the unfastened drums and part of the lee rail. Shipmasters dislike carrying drums of n'cld where tbey cannot be reached readily. A Chilean ship put Iu of the Falkland Islands leaking badly. Her cargo was tiiado up of drums of ueld and chalk. The acid had leaked from the drums and mixed with the, chalk, forming carbonic add gas In ttie bold. This gas Is deadly uud the crew could not make repairs. Meantime the acid, had gathered at the bottom of the bold and eaten away the lrou frames ef the Ship. New York Press. Its Wind Whipped Natives and Its Empty Drown Wastes. Mnncliurlu incuns' nn Interminable brown plain-dr- y stubble, endless, empty furrows to bo tilled by and by with millet, kaoliang, waving, wonderful green plumage, high, ns a man mid higher, iu which not many years ago the Japanese bid whole armies. ,, Today It Is the emptiest, most silent spot In Asln. It spreads" out Hat and tr.uiipill Iu unthinkable forgetfuliiessi The sun bents down fiercely out of n deep, unbroken Held of turipiol-- e blue A sudden The air Is biting cold. bietith of It Is like u slap. A great ' tingling follows and a sense of extraordinary buoyancy. One feels Impelled to laugh, to shout, to btrlku out. to do Violent, things. To sleep or sit with folded hands would drive one mad.' There, Is that hi the nlr which compels like the lush of a whip. 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The light emitted' from flowers is sometimes butoftener, perhaps, represents Itself In flashes and fllck'erlngs like" th6spdrks from a" pleSeofTpaper that has been electrified. The duration of the light varies according to the state of the atmosphere and the sort of flowers that' arc under observation. A daughter of Linnaeus is credited with having been the first, as long ago as 1TG2, to have observed the luminous emanations. While seated alone In her father's garden on a One, warm summer night her attention was attracted to a cluster of the common nasturtiums, whose dowers shone with Iridescent luster amid the surrounding gloom. Captivated by the charming novelty of the spectacle, she repeated her uoo tuniall vNIt to the flowers a iruAnber of times and never once failed to wltuess the gleam of the nasturtiums. Numerous other flowers, many of which can be found in our gardens, are discovered to be self luminous after exposure to the strong, sustained llgjit of the summer sun, forUiot only do groups of uasturliuius exhibit the phenomenon, but the corolla of the common sunflower, the dahlia, the tuberose, the .ellow Illy. uud. indeed, a number of blossoms not named here. Christian Endeavor World. The Omnipresent Rose. Every continent on the globe, with the exception of Australia, produces wild roses. There can be little doubt that the ru;e Is one of the oldest flowers iu the world, perhaiw grown from the wind blown seeds In paradise. In Egypt it Is depleted on numbers of dating from 3000 to early 3500 It. C. Itosewater. or the essence of roses, is mentioned by Homer in tle "Iliad," and the flower Is tpokcu of In the Pro erbs of Solomon. Ironing, and Mending. 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ItcblBf run BoDrier-JaUrn- al Company Incorporated LOUISVILLE, KY. replied that there was, and rcjatckl the, following Incident as showing the OF HEAVY WORK necessity for ProtecLng thoRrca? nhoo to low nt tke l'otonir Entmd tord, Kj., b mnll mntter nt th ffcond industry of Amrlwen against poorly pajd 'and cheaply mado foreign competition: C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor 'Fight in Upper House Hardly A few months ago I 'noticed a THE COLORADO SITUATION. ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor ono Tlio situation In Colorado ia .latum tie .ii my store purchns ng noino Started and Adjournment of 2o io SO pairs of shoes, nnil selectto of National Importance. Hack Address all communications in Doubt. ing dlffero.it styles with little regard til to rupture In Uiu friendly and hontThe Hartford Republican. s to h.'. I asked why ho did so, nnil orable relations between he smiling y told uiu that he imuiufnc NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ' Inciting cause that js of Washington, May 1. Aft.r mor.' t,lrwl n'ws I" Jai'nn ai.U would take the nirMnt to n new damcntal, Botcrit tr hoc local significance, dust than omc to copy jhem. Rv ddreof mn. t pItp the old ihIiIitm In mnklnptbr more than a car of almost continuous rrqnrat. what tlus cause Is, and what lar-- I work, Congress Is grttlng restless, un,l jfl,r,I,cr nuiEtlcnlrp 1 found .than ho Bn(lnrn l.ocn nnil .Notion 10c iior line nnil .V tics aro lo blame for tills criss that leaders in both Houses today bessin was i' "Basing the hc!i Blioenmkcrs jifr line for men ndilltlnnnt liwrtlon. war Jn its an tamest effort to arnvgo the leg-- , " cm,Il1 1'erc to with him nnil Curd of Tlunl 8c 'is nothing Bhort of Obltnnrb. limitation most horrible form, will, we trust, ,8,atUo to Jajian to teach his people per line mom.r In ndnnce. tho S() til!lt adjournmei Chnrrh Sotlpe for ervlce free, lut other bo fully brought out In the inves trade. When I asked alnnit wages In may be taUn early in July. 5c per line. chnrvb mlTertleetnent. ligation that has liqcii oAlcred and Majority Leader Underwood, after u .Japan . ho said Japanese men re- will reccUe no communication tluit is to be pushed ruthlessly to conforence with Prts Meat WlUon, from 10 cents to HO cents a attention. tho cud. nounced that In his opinion tho llous,. ,la--v wh"0 women wero paid from 'TEX.SSFXZQITE C. 0l1118 t0 a day, and that This is too serious a fl'jate of af- can comploto its .work on tho neces-H- " ..13 fairs to be passed over lightly us sary apiroprlatlon iiilils and tlK- - '"- - "ol" Cai'eorl&sii. ...... iimwnnuij .. CO rarcaexo" 1 AtiAal Personally 1 do not. fear competition soon as actual hostilities have ceas- other leg.slatiou which the Prcsldpiu ed and tho mines havo been put in has Insisted upon, long before July 1. because 1 control my own lass and FRIDAY, MAY S. operation again. This calls for more The Senate Steanng CommIu.ie stylos. Hut what of tho future of tjio than mediation aili temporary Bottlo-nien- t. held a meeting aiiil dliscussed Uiepod-sibiLtie- s American shoo industry, when the If a cause of sufficient wolght of uVljouriiimcirt. H camo to Japanese have aldded our knowledge o Villa refuses to "meditate." to bring about tho present pravo sit- up decision, however, except as to the craft to their own skill and Trinidad? South Sui Island? 'No, uation has existed Jn Colorado, then the appointment of a subcommittee Considering that Japanese shpo opclvlllzckl Colorado It may exist again. It may spread to which will be named by Chairman just an to other statts, perhaps does cxitat Jn Kern, to confer with Houso haders erators arc paid only town. of American wages, how other sections of our country later In the week on t,(.ils subject and The fellow who started the old Can the American people that look on the measures that must bo passed long will 11 be before the Japs will iiiMulo this country withhtoirchcap- adage, "Practice makes perfect", ev- with askance and even horror on the befpro the session cuds "larJe footwear? It was idently was not rtfenring to Mexican dolnigs of our, sjstcr Republic to tho Huso Altlio Senator Korn was honofnl to-- 1 sharpshooters. south of the Rio Grand, can they nlulit that tho nrocram mnlii pom- - menacing facts Unit M1 mo to ln- tV permit the throes of civil war pletpd by July 10, other Democratic lirttho announcement reminding the The early bird caught the worm, wreck a state, to rcn nljunder the leaders were not incliiud to &)iarc this Now York public what Abraham Llu-cdlitbut if the worm had snoozed a said about the Tarlr. natural bonds that bind togotlior view, and said that If the Panama tle Icgner ho wouiJ prpbably have our capitalistic and working classes An cvce'luiit reason, truly. Jt is a Canal tolls repeal bill, tho anti-truJjeen better off. throughout the country, nnd thus ex- bill and the rural credits bill nnd the fine example of tho buslnness man In Thoughtful minds In all usual appropriation bills are to be pontiles. dove, the other day, tend this actual state of war? Wo heard a In the, strike Ulstrlct hostile camps puUhm the Senate, adjournment can- parts fa tlio world are considering the and e&dly cooing for its lost mate havo'bgcu pitched, and armed guards not possibly bo urranged before Au- menace tb Western civilization that we wonderdl If that said mate was posted, by both sides1; property has gust 1. These measures made up the Is found In Oriental conipotlton. How not Mr. Bryan's pcaco dove. bSen destroyed, arl man have (been "program" which Mr. Uillcrwood an- to avert that peril, not how to Inall " -Sn vito it, should be tlio study of If Col. 6oetha!s goes to war wear- Idle aril hungry; threats have been nounced the House could pass practical men. .Mr. Coward's quotawomen lime. " bcstowdl on him made, and c&utear"m"en"," ing all the medals (Members of all parties In, for his work at Panama tilie Mexi- and clilldren have suffered, 'even llled. both tion from Lincoln Js apt and timely , finding What has caused all this suffering? Houses arc greatly interested jn tho Economist. cans will have a hard time ( Who Is to lUo credited with these outcome of the November elections, vulnerable spot. a The Farmer and the Tariff. crimo3 against humanity? You may say. however, and Democratic leaders couit ' An embargo on, arms has been JalU that some of the miners there are of 'on Republican It should never again bo necessaand Progressive sup "" district qI .Co- foreign and lower element. You may port to any plan which would insure ry to urgo American farmers tho a the 6trike-ior- n Jvave say lorado, and the mine' guards; and posltlvo advantage of a that conditions there ujre worse a rapU disposal of business and' an agreed Jo surrender their prcapohs than at other places. You j say that early Tariff. Protective The Free-Trad- o to the Federal officers- are In this pase more In the Senate the fight over tho Tariff of 1913 is working out as the mine-ownean object lesson which they arc not obdurate than ordinarily. You may cay Lolls rrnr.nl hill mn lu Since the failure of the. City Counthat someone lriauthorlfcy has erred, ii' to have Snarled. It Was the bus likely" to forget. Eight years ago, cil and the light company to agree that .you have heard rumors Of im- iness before the Senate today for lit- wheif 'the senseless agitation for on the street light question flash peachment. But what s back of all tle jonser than an hour and present Tariff revision downward bcan, up lights have come In vogue ond In this smoke "and fire? Who, or what Indications 'arc. that, it will not be to Oqtober 3, 1913, tho farmers have; the darker parts of our city they Is responsible? The time is fast ap- taken up In earnest withullayrltoug been quite generally in sympathy wth may be seen flashing hens and there proaching, If Indeed it has not al- devotion to it exclusively until next that movement. They could 'not un' as crossings are made. ready come, when the American peo- WeeTc. The imost optimistic' Senators derstand that the samo sentiinent( ple will demand something more lhan have predicted a two .weeks' 'debate that supported less Protection for at Tamplco are just Tho Rebels looking for trouble. They Wave an explanation for such lawless anM on. this subject alone,, and It, la pos- manufacturers would inevitably .work Admiral Mayo that they unhuman acts, as have been recently sible that the vote will not be taken for a lower Tariff, or for no Tariff, notified on farm products. They forgot fjhat perpetrated In Colorado. Lot them for three .weeks. will destroy- the oU and mining prop The anti-tru- st bill has not been re- their best market was furnished them to the clty.ln demand It now. erty and will set Are The United States troops have taken ported to the Senate. Jt lias btn ap by Industries .that were kept prosperthe event that American battleships Protection. Thuy seemed jUiat point. cliarge of the situation and are quick- proved by a subcommittee of the In ous hy ifnter the Inner harbor ntj ly restoring order. The Governor of terstate commerce Committee, but uhable to realize that when a Jess j If the tails of all t,b,q fishing wortas Colorado has askcid the Legislature several hearings are yet to be given than Protective Tariff Jet In more dug along Rough rlveV this Upring to investigate. Federal investigation to interested parties and a report Is manufacurcrs from abroad tho Amersuggestied. Js this In not looked Xortfor at least ten days. ican farms. But tho farmres have were tied together there would prob,-abl- y has 'been learned much along these lines Jn tho circle vestigation to anything? Afteritsappearahce.many Senators mean be enough to form a to (see a debate of six weeks or past six months. They have seen county, while If Ihe wast- Is It to bring rdsults? et the around Ohio public demand, and that im- two mouths on Its proposed drastic their domestic market! Blip away from ed energy was applied jto local garFree-Train dens Hartford would he the garden peratively, that a settlement that Is provisions. .If these predictions aro them because of the two farm products In tiie UndcrwocU Tarreally fundamental ibe mijle In pr-d- correct, consideration tot theso of tjie world. Bjot a that such a tragic situation kuay subjects alone would keep the Sen- iff, and they aro experiencing ate in session until after July 1. further loss of market through the President "Wilson Is preparing to never again arise. In the discussion of a cessation of of hundreds of thoudo fitting honor to tjio memory of congressional labors for Hie summer, sands of American Unseventeen bluejackets and marines Free-Trad- e the and Texas Potatoes. tho question of sudden Mexican de- der tho conditions now existing neiththat fell at Vera Cruz, whose reTexas farmers are indignant at tho velopments hap not been overlooked. er e Democrats nor "Tariff mains are now boing brought home Importation of iotaitots from In the belief of many Democratic reform" Republicans are likely to run on the armored cruiser Montana. All with whlich to feed the Unit- leaders In tho Senate, danger of well in tho agricultural tactions Uiis honor to these bravu juatrlots whoso ed States soldlcis stationed on the war is not imminent. If tlicro were year. Economist. Jives have paid the price of Iho InTexas is a potato reasons to fear war, however, when Mexican boiUer. evitable.. growing State. Sho has great quan Congress approached the end of its The Ohio County Farmers' Mutual Latest reports from Mexico City tities to sell, aiyl her farmers aro ; work, a recess could bo .taken Iby Telephone Co. (Incorporated.) tell us that President lluerta's jiosi-tlo- n nc.ttled to find the market tuken resolution of bq:li Houses untl next Is Ually becoming moro untena- away from them merely because pota- ftil.1 is a farmers' telephone system nnd ble, and that the Provisional. Presi- toes can bo brought In from Europe There was somo talk today among furn'elics a completo system wheredent is on the verge of making his at a cent or two helow current Tex- Diiinocratic Senators or a party con- by farmers can keep posted as to e"xtt on one of the forolgn battleships as prices. One would think that the ference on the tolls rejKial bill. Some pools and prices on farm products In commissariat of the American army leaders aro understood to favor Perhaps ho Is now thinking of the a fate of his late uredocessor. would prefer to feed American conference of this sort, wjtji tho hope neighborhoods of this (Ohio) and on American farm products, for that! thereby tho sentiment of Truly, Uneasy lies tho head that a ma- adjoining counties, though Jt Is just it lis certain that American farmers jority of tho party In the Senalb con as necessary for tlio business and rules in Mexico. pay a good portion of the cost of bo ascertained and made public- Differ- professional man to use It also, as We hear quite a Uttlo comment on maintaining and feeding American ences In tho party could ho uircU In they cannot afford to bo out of touch In soldiers- - But isport to bq had the unusual It seems that pur tho conference, on agreement mlglit fishing this spring.N'ovw before has Administration orders oth- bo secured as to tho vatje on amend- with tho man on fihe, farm, and they havo shown their sympathy with the the finny trlbo been so plentiful aril erwise. Tliat Is tho Administration ments, which have been proposed,and farmers organllzatlon by patronizing Interest which the Texas farmers helped to never before has so much 'tho party might present a mono near- and becomlns- a part, of thi3 great been manifested, in this section. elect. Perhaps they will same tfmo ly solid front In tho Senatys. system with excliangcs at the folBans, most'iy black, seem to bo the learn better Aban 1)o do tliat. Senator Simmons, lcadeV of tho lowing points Jn Ohio county: most plentiful in this stream, while , forces advocating rejieal.sald tonight .Hanyord, (Main offjee, many other species havo also IncreasBeaver tjiat ho did not belle vo such a con- Dam), Meilenry, Tariff Blight Again. Centcrtown, Rock- Many Jargo carp and liuffalo ed. ference would bo called. Tho questifD port, Prentiss, Baizejown, Neufus, caught on trout lines near have been Thq branch plant of tho Escanaba may bo taken up by tho Steering Cdm-niltt- Horse Branch, Dundee, Narrow and here, trout lino fishing being also Extract Co. at Wells, Helta County, Wednesday, Pa,tt!c3vll!e,and an exchange at Many attrlbuto this to Is Uo first industry at that (tfaco muph better. Muhlonbprg county. thp enforcement of tho net Jaw and to ibo affected by the chango in the A ulso Protection Advertisemenf for connect with tho followingWeHomo we agree- - (With jhousands of nets Tanltf. The company" manufactures Shoes. Telephone Co.'s: 'Rochester und In Green and Rough rivers, from the tanning extract, and- because of tho Last" week Uie Ually newspapers of ,MorgaiUown, Butler county; Yta-a- n mouths up, fish had little chauee of recent, removal of the duty on for-eliand Grayson evading them. Small game fish and Short Creek, .tanning extracts thq output of New York City carried a shoo adverloads of large ones with millions .tho plant! has been cut at least CO tisement with' tho caption, "What county, with whom wo exchange serof eggs were taken from these nets. per cent, nnd tho number of employ- Abraham Lincoln Said About tho vice. With a telephone In this system' When Jiho rivers are rising fish food es cut in tho bamp proportion. The Tariff." A quotation from Lincoln In tjio slouglis and tho moutlis of . puivnt company finds that It can was used to emphasize the fact tliajt, you havo the privilege of' und access no hbs than two thousand sub these wero completely stopped by nets Im poil extracts from South America J the, jaUvertsIer bold Amorican-mad- o scribers for a very, small monthly causing a wholesalo slaughter. It Is much cheaper than it can uiuke It at shoes. This "Protection advertiseeasy to see therefore that when this Wells. which taroq&ed considerable foe. Supcrlntehdent Shaw toys ment," You cannot afford to do without was stopixAl and other measure tak- the business will never from publics interest and comment, mas inen to protect tho fish they would na- what It Ja now, and tho probability is serted by Janus S. Coward.' It1 has It In jour offjeo, houlo or business turally become moro ple.nllful. l!s-- j tliat It win, grow much smaller. The BlnCo IbcconiQ known as "tho Abraham house. For particulars call or wrlto A. B. PATH, Scc'y., sugar Industry Isn't tho Lincoln ad." trlct Game Warden S. F. Riley and' domestic great cred- only Industrial busluos (hat is being When asked by a newspaper repreHartford Ky. his assistants desero Or J. M. SIIULTK, Pies.," sentative If thurc was any special aw. it for tholr work against this eus- - blighted by the new Tariff reason for publisdilu" such, an ad- - latl Prentiss, Ky. ioai anj shpuiu and do iiao ths sup- - .Michigan Manufacturer. inliio-vwucrI H .rttord Republican. And port of all true- - sportsmen. Air. Fisherman when you catolithoso little bass throw them back In the water Immediately and Hhow your truo blue. CONGRESS TIRES! verti.soniont at th.s (time, Mr. Coward FERTILIZERS You no doubt are considering the preparation of your soil and the planting of your crops. Next to preparation the most important consideration is the FERTILIZER you are going to use. For nearly 30 years we have sold to many of the farmers of this county "' cl ,., f'l AnoBJ-mou- an-tco- IJ I ""' c's Horse Shoe Brand for Corn and Wheat Grower Challenge Corn Grower and one-four- th to-lai- onc-tcn- th the Homestead Tobacco Grower. You can't buy any better fertilizers than these. You might buy worse. '' jn st Stay on the safe side and drive your wagon to our warehouse. The Fertilizer is here for you. Corn and Wheat Grower Challenge Corn $1.35 $1.50 Grower Homestead Tobacco Grower $2.00 ct get-awa- rs E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. I ' iy ( - ex-pe- da er Telephone Saved Child's Life One of the clnlrirpn foil Jntr. ,i.-,- t ..?, an Alabama farm and was rescued unconscious and apparently lifeless. The frantic mother rushed to the telephone and called the doctor six miles away. He told her what to do and started at once, but before he arrived the child was out of danger. The protection of women and children is only one of the chief values of the telephone on the farm. You can have this service at small cost. See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or send a postal for our free booklet. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT . wage-earner- s. Free-Trad- Gre-ma- uy sol-die- ni - Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company 119 SOUTH - PRYQR 8TRE ET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. nyurtruriATED. New Times. New Things way to the new. At every farmers' meeting one subject should be : ee Pur-aiils- o, Tlie old fertilizer formulas are giving - j -- jn of . ( Jnci-cus- as Phosphoric (Add. Our note in fanners' meetings and of that you hear. Let us send c Ton bi ' A supply f .hew 1, fulhlled by ,1UL!tV f . . to d. m J TA S H puL SLSiKrfeK"a 2 zr.1' '" CluU OWo ii,U K-a- uermuii hull toftii 2;c;;,l?,lironilwuy,i New vo aaSjg , LT ""nsed facts essential I,,St,tute ,hi"88 mwits- - Gnge I vWarm 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 too warm for that-b- ut come to us. It's time saved and money well spent. For your comfort we have: 10c Sheer Fancy Organdies iiic Dainty Plain and tfancy Crepes 10c and 15c Figured and Plain Dimities 25c and fiuc Ladies' Union Suits . 10c Quality Ladies' Vest Extra '... ,..15c Fine Mercerized Lisle Vest . ...2r,c '. ... ' Silk Lisle Hose 50c ;.... ' Long Lisle Gloves.;. 1.00 White Silic Gloves .' 50c .... ..",' Men's H. V. D. Underwear $1.00 Men's B. V. D. Union Suits ..( 50c Men's Balbriggan Union Suits 2.r)C Underwear Men's Mesh-Kn- it 25c Gauze Lisle Half Hose '.' $1.00 and up The latest in Straw Hats........; 16-inch I In "There's a Photographer" SOHROETER. Hartford. Tho !ad;cs Ald'wl'l nic0t with iMrs. Phlplis .Monday afternoon. Ilr and .Mrs. (ioorgo Morrison returned Monday from Pittsburg Pn. Mrs. Napier, wiicno illness has Imbeen mentioned, Is considerably proved. Mr Itoycu Iglolicart return eil liomo last Thursday from Uerua wlicro ho had lien in school-Miss Mrs. Itced nnd son of Oo!c Creek, Tenn. aro tin- guests of Mrs- Morton on Union Street. - Attorney 11. turn today or tomorivw from a eusi- lioss triji to Dawson Springis. Ills sis ter Mrs. ArJmr Potly, is w.th li.m. .Mr. N. II. Walltnr local iiinnager of tho 'Ctmibcraml, wlio was injured liy a railing limb near Ue;(ver Dam last week, is nbo to bo uiit at-- lias returned to his homo hero from Beaver Dam. .. Woodward will re- Mrs. S. A. Anderson and daughter, Miss Mary, re timed to their homo Mrs. 0. in Loiilavftc Stiiidafy ttfUr bslng at Wr.te your firo insuranco ultlier the bedside of .Mrs. Anderson's moth P. er, Mrs. R. A. av.iUi CA1, town or ooiinty Anderson . KEOU'.V & CO. Hartford. Wy. I.'iti A tlilef t.ilercd tlio home of Mr. M.sh Nora Woddlug, after siacndllig iv,. iTi.iay nicim nun tho week-ct- 1 w.th her motlicr, Mns. ed himself with taking only about $3.00 Dr Wedding returned t her school In cash- The purses of Mrs. Pato at Central City. Sun Jay. and Slaughter, MiS3 Mnntha, were Screen Moors and windows made taken but fortunately t)icy contained nnd guaranteed to fit. Old ones re- outy about tlircu dollars. Jewelry covered and paiutdd nt reasonable nearby was left untouched. A winprices. Seo us. dow was found open and tho thief is HARTFORD MILL CO. Htf supposed to have entered thru It. All spent tlio Mario Austin of Heaver Dam wcek-oir- d With JioY sisters, If fin anil Mr.s. Vlli:aiim. A ihousand 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 nnd its low cost of upkeep. The Lord 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 (Jet catalog and particulars from equipment. i. - BARNES AUTOMOBILE (INCORPORATED) CO Stovuns, Pen Taylor, ami T. 11. Black,. E. K. Ulrkliend Sheriff Sam Koown aro spending tho week caniiliig 6n Oraiisy. Marsliall SUJvens retumtjl Wednesday. Messrs. J. ! the occupants of tho hpuse wcro aut a short while Friday night. Jad. N- - .N'orrls, Son & Co., having withdrawn from business from tho States of Indiana and Kentucky, a now company known aa Two States Poultry Co., has been incorporated and has taken chargq of all their houses Jn tlio Paid States nnd wi)l continue the business at ail the houses as heretofore. Tho capital stock of new corporalton is the Headquarters will be at $25,000. proNew Albany, Ind- Our local duce merchant, ,Mr. W. E. Ellis, has taken stock in this corporation and dihas been elected as ono of the rectors, and Is treasurer for the patronage ex Any corporation. appreclat tended will bo greatly cd. . 40t4 CENTRAL CITY..KY. ed Sipjllrc Leslie Combs Wednesday cjos a deal Willi .Mr- - Estill Austin by Wilch ho becomes t)w possessor of tho farm East of Hartford, known as Consideration, Porter farm. tho Dr. It. PIrtlciW. S. Tlnslc& John .Moore, James Lyons and C. J- $1,400. YOU WASH GOODS m .K1?!"i a tri jk.'.- - CAM BOLT . ";w - T. Wash Ties New Belts See us for warm weather specials or any other article for warm weather comfort, and remember that it Pays to Trade with That Saves You Money, 2Ck Hartfdrcl FJetyijiqan FRIDAy, MAY, 8. an'd-'Swe- left Saturday for Grassy creek, where they aro upending the week fishing. They were Joined Sunday by E. G. Barrass. Just received a carload of the Jones Brand of iFprtllizcr. Havo any 20c and 50c analysis and will sell on same terms 1 ha,vo heretofore sold. W. E. ELLIS, 40t4 Tho Produce Merchant. Messrs- Lelwis 'Bocartli, C. E.uMor-risoM. .T. Likens, Elmc,r Tinsley. a House Herb Chinn and (MaJ. Lawrence haVe been camping at tho niouth of No Creek s'tiicp Friday. Mr. Likens .came in Tuesday. , I want 'to dispose of' the balance of my stock of Corn Drills, Breaking Plows', Disc ;HamV. Double- -, Cultivators, Shovels, Harjraws, &c, and will sell (tow price samo at J ' 4ttf. aS. U. KING, Hartford Just received ,a carload, pf( Arab Horse Fool, tho best alfalfa feed on tho market, pure an(d unadulterated: Sw Albert Rial for Cabbage, Tomato Contains, np, foreign, niatter...Ask Potato, SHpaf 43t4 ,.;...10c CaWMADE UP AND IN mmm. Jr$vvv-:3 feva sJBvk!v7 i MT',V vMV V " nU - -- inifin Mr Notice for Bids. Sealed bids will be. received i for the construction of a Methodist Church building at Hartford', Ky., to and. including Wednesday the, 1st day of June, 1914. Plans and specifications can be seen at he Bank' 'of Hartford; Hartf-ford- , Ky. begin Work Jater than July 1st, 1914- ,K J. H. B.iCARSON, 1 'T :' JNO. T. MOORE, ' i. - n, a iM6JrTlltolrr----- -' fill' JIHtoiMvvr XSk r i . I i J' j ii! I r m t T ,' l I' nJBBffT.TSi t " ti K I Fjlve-Too- th 11-to- 42t2 ' , Keep ' 1 Bovtel'' Movement Regular. - .j.. i Committee-- ' . i i i." i tEtt-y6pTOMR i l 1 Sf Telephone, Company's business dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 2:26 p. m. dally except Sunday. Mr. Charllo Slack.Ovenflloro, with No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. the Cumberland Telephone Company dally except Sunday. was' In this city on business .this k No. 113 South Bound' duo 1:1C p. m. week. ' ' dally except Sunday. inaBa-2lnYou can get four splendid H. E. MISCHKB, Agt. one year for 25 cents extra by renewing your subscription to The Republican. Wall Paper at, Ohio Co. Drug .Co. We will Bull you o. soda fountain Got 12 baths for $2 at lllley's 42t4 and some show cases cheap If you Shaving Parlor. come quick. , Caot. J.G. Keown Bpent sqveral Jlayi Ohlp County Drug Co. at Jioino this week. If you will Bubscrlbo to The ReMr. E. D- Duke, routo .1, called at publican for ono &ear ,wo will sond you four monthly magazines for only .kthls offloo Wednesday. great stock remedy. 25 cents extra. SALVET, the iMr. li. E. Wilson and .wife and Dr. 3Cti Sec U. S. Carson, Hartford. ChaH. DoW'eeso and wife, of .Fo.lJs-vlllMr. ike Mason, of Beaver Dam, jwaa wcro callers at this plant while hero several days thto week. lu tqwn Monday. A Don't ifall to stop ami look at Her The biggest bargain wo have over & Black's HaifJwaro window. offered our subscribers Is The ReFor Service, cleanliness and satis- publican and four .magazines, all one, year, for only $1.25. faction, visit City Kostaurant. Mr. and Mia. Clias, Jennings, who Wire Fence best, on American been visiting Mr, and 'Mrs. Mve i oarth. For sale by. U. S. Carson. Cenagent for the fa- Dai jSlug, lef! for tlvelr Home n U. S. Carson Is tral City Wodnosday. mous American Wire Feaclngt .Mrs. T. "h. Black; and (Mrs. M. Mr. O. W. Ashby, routo. 4, was In will leavo tomorrow for Frank Monday. to sco ua whIUo in fown tq vjslt Assistant Socretany of Wal- fort Born Jp' Mr. and Mns. Curry State G. B. Likens and family, lace route 3, Otay 4, a iblg Mesijrs. c7m- - CrowoT'Ek'P. Moore, ' Marlon Crowe, John Glenn" and .Bob "Motion, plcturp, shaw at Dr, Bean' flailing party Marks comioscd a, Opera Houso Saturday nlghti. SomeIMon which left for thing good. ' day. Mrs. K. A. Anderson, whosq Illness Mr. Amos Carson, who Jias been has been mentioned In 'this paper, Is representing the. Kentucky Clothing ' improving nicely- Co? In Eastern Kentucky for tho Buhger Is 'acting City ixast two mOnths, arrived Homo TuesMr. George Marshal' Mills iweok.in the ubsenco day. of Chief J. P,- Stevens. Wo havo 'in ' stock' the greatest' I havo aTllno4" stock '.of' Harness Jfrio of Pnluts, Oils; Varnishes over 1 carr!U in Ohio county,, If In ilio and also do ropalr work- piarket, sco Hartford Mllli.Co., beS. L. KING, Hartford. Jiltf lltf Moiidjiy for fore purchasing. M''s KeyNapicr left Mr. M'. A. Fuugn'tTTrowiKiW sho will Ku&sellvllle where this city, .t,im in. tpwu tills week. scljooj lu Logan College yourBubscrlpt!on to" Tho. Ko. Mr. Fuught Is now n fj'io piano busIf , V... .. t.i.. lmIdi. mv nn now iness t LeioltclifieJd, bu will poaiT lo this get four bg magazines, all pno niovQ with )t!s fuuily back and ' extra. j city. year, for only 20 cents . es ' e, boy-Or-vi- lJeB. duwn-the-rlvia- r ( v . ' ' Beatrice, ilay.nca left JWJ1.I WU for Qwenaboro and-- Bowling tWtll eell tao (balanceiaf this .week at J37 1rtoi. ,tKfl.lSLUM i Green for an extended visit.' .J0t4 Tho ?rodjcoM;rcliJini. j Mrs. C. has returned from M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table trustees atvisit po her parent, Eld. and Mrs. An election for school Ky. at Hartford was held at the school building lost Vk B. Wright, 'at Dawson Springs. Saturday.' Three men. were elected,' L. & N. time card effective Monday- John Burcher, of Brandenburjr, two to servo tnroo years cacn ana one Aug. 21st. . ,.,' 1, No. 112 North Bound, due 7:19 a. m. . LU JTll UUJ .fliu iimmlwll1 t.Wi nf'Ilr Uil !'jlr. Hartford to 'manage ;tho uw4Niuu 4a,u v ".' Miss ydd-nesd- ay .n.in.' 1A11 ( ;u ...m..' t.JV IrlM S.1UU nf Aon ui irai 1 11, 4i . . 1 Dr. KingVt Newi Life PJlls, keP stomach, liver and kidneys' in Rid thebody 'of poisons arid waste. 'Improve' your complexion by flushing the 'jlv'er and kidneys. "1, relief from one hax pj Dr- - King's' Now Life Pills tihan any medlcjne I ever tried' says C. E. Hatfield, of Ohjcago, ill. 25c.) at (your Druglsh ' t i tt i I It y jL ; .i T t.i V . U .i l il i nt i ,1 - .i WHEN-lV- $ , ttASH GOODS tfi , ' if-i i , IT ? t WONT FADE THEY WILL AOLD THEIR COLORau , ,'i... .i 'ti I .li'.l JUST COME IN AND SEE OUR BREEZV; BEAUTIFUL WASH GOODS-BO- TH t' ' .1 , i(, IN PIECE GOODS AND, Notes from Labor .World. 7 ! . ( MADE UP. THEY WILL DELIGHT .YOU AND YOU WILL. BUY THEM. '"' "' i ' I 'V ,A I. I'endieon.'rosignea. Tne Elec B. tion resulted Jn tlio election of Dr." E. V. Ford, J. H- - B. Carson and C.I M. Barnett. Taylor & Son, of Beaver Dam, sliowtU scenes of tJiQ Mexjcan revolution pn tlio screen alt Dr. Bean op-ehouse Mpnday night and tho pictures were good. Owing to tlio incle ment weather, only a small crowd ,was present. It seoms ojhat iMr. Taylor always runls Into bad weather on Ms visits to .tills city. (Judgo Jolin B. Wilson, County Clerk W. C. Blankemshlp, Cv O. Jlun-te- r, Hartford, ar.ld Dr. iPal T. .Willis, Beaver Dam, and Mr. iW. R. Garret, Hockport, appeared before the State Board of Valuation and Assessment Wednesday ito protest agalrist a raise of 10 per cent on farm Jahds, iporson-alt- y and town los in this counity. There are four Ulfferent camping ixarties on .tlvo river from horq this week, conuoslng in all over twenty men. Rejiorta from the, camps Bxy tine sport Is being enjoyed. How- over tho recent rial as (havo made oven, the 'river .rise, mat iar down,, 'and it la thought probiabo flsjUng that, it may.ruin tho'ihand-pol- e ' for a few days. 'brlgado was. Ugan TJie bucket caueu to' action sauiruay, a,ooui noon, when sparks falling from the kitchen chimney on tlio dry shingles of the. residence of Mr. F. L- - Follx, on Walnut Btroet, started a fire which The at first loolwJ dangerous. quick work of the aforesaid brlgado, hQwovor, kept tho f James, from gaining great headway and alight- dam. age resulted, , I d 1, Mr, George Trout came ne.ir uolng seriously injured Wednesday while assisting Civil Engineer lUi&lotniH surveying some lands neat the oil iwol.l when a limb, cut .by the axinaii, fell B- ru - 'Pittsburg barbers have been granted a wage Icreaso aad a shorter workday. The Georgia. State Federation of naw unLabor gained thirty-eigh- t, ions last year. The United Mine Workers of America 'paid out $1,200,790.83 Jn strike benefits during 1913. Tlio workers employed in the tex-tlmills of Rome, Ga., went on strike recently for recognition of the union. The Texas Stato Federation of Labor will ,hold its seventeenth annual convention Jn El Paso, beginning Juno S. 0(U3 thousand garment .workers einp'oycd in the Pittsburgh district, havo won a, reduction of four hours In their work week. Recent, reports show that tho laIncreased bor unions of Germany their membership more than 150,000 during the past b'ear. Tho Amalgamated Association of gtreet and Electric Railway Employes of America paid out $.141,888 in dea'Jh benefits last year. The claim is made that tho labor bureau In Los Angeles has fJIJed inore positions in throo months than, any similar bureau: in the country. Union carpenters In Danville, 111., recently went on strike for a Increase In ,wagcsrfrom forty to' fifty ' cents an hour'. j James M. Lynch, former, president of tjip International Typographical of Union, atlvocates the .policy naming arbitration boards before the time arises when tkqy are needed. Abolition of discrimination against wpinpn by obtaining an eight-hou- r workday fpr all women employes Jn Illinois is. urged by Osea" F. Kelson, chief factory Inspector of that State. (Boston ClgunniakerB' Union has voted to koo'p in good standing 'any monibcr who jiiay enlist for io 'war in Jlexjco, and to. soo ijiat, )vn aul-U- y of any inombpr is not Jn want w.'q ho Js away. 'in an offort to hotter tiio conditions of the workers In tho GovernJn Washingment printing office ton, tho largest nrintery Ju Ulo. wold, el ' .WHEN YOU WEAR THEM "' . I il i ' '1 YOU'LL FIND THEY GIVE GOOD SERVICE. 'I H h 1.(11 OUR WASH GOODS WILL PLEASE YOU SO WELL THAT YOU WILL BUY EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR EVERY MEMBER OF ' if, .' Hi IJ. YOUR CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. local unions everywhere have been YOU CAN TELL BY THEPAIL asked to urge thejr CongressJnen to MMMKHPV tho support the demands made by MIMiHBBB" ' workers.. ' The Central Labor .Union of Wash ington,, p. C, has made, a .formal protean against the employment of n aril foreign" labor Juji the great Lincoln cons'tnictlori of1 the Memorial which Js about to bo erected' in one of the parks 'in the national capital, 'non-unio- Ohildreii 6x7 FOR FLETCHER'S CASTQRI A A Texas Wonder. Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney an bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures dltbetes, weak tnd lamo backs, rheumatism, and all Irregularities- - of tho fcldnoys and bladder In both men and women, ltegulates bladder troubles 'jn children .If not sold by your druggist, will send b mall on' receipt of $1,00. One Bniall bottlo la two months' treatment, and seldom fails ito perfect a cure. ,$Qiid, fpr tes.-- . timonlals from this and otuor states, Dr. B. W. Hall, 2D2G Olive Streot, St, 't ' thb limb qslell Mr. rout, looked up Just in time to catch tho Wow lu ilic face 'and consequently his upper iip is very much bruised and' UwoUo. Ho was for somo time unconscious, but oxcept for tjie bruise Js now no ' f frpiu ithe exierlenco. woi-so'of- striking .him, oji tho head- - OfjesifllJijg What kind of feed has beon, given.tho cow. If' it Jias come from uV'tHo , i milk (wlll bo rich and creamy, and thoro .will be lots of It. Thera 'is money In milk when wo supply tho feed and grain. Try It''for awhile mid boo fho, nillk luoney gpow. Try. it on tl'o lwrso, too. It will Improve both )n condition and his valuo. ' i . i W. E. ELLIS i.i ' The Produce Merchant HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY OUR DULL Wonders All SENSES SURPRISED THE CAPTIVE." GRANDEUR OF ALASKA. Around Us They Are 'Unable to Discern. A WE LIVE IN HIDDEN WORLD. There Are Colors Our Eyes Cannot See and Mutiq and Other Sounds to Which Our Ears Arc Deaf, While Our Sense of Feeling Is Very Crude. I If only vc lind keener senses wliat wonders of nnturc would be revealed to us wonders tlnit wo touch and know not every day of our lives! They nro nil nround us. these hidden marvels' but Imperceptible to us because of our Iiumnn limitations. Of eoine every one knows by now tbnt everything we hear or see comes In n wave motion. Hut It is not so well known that there are a jireat ninny wnves that we cannot detect at all by means of nny of our senses and presumably a great many more that we have never been able to detect even artitlcially. Take ether waves, for Instance. Vt know that those of a certain length pre heat wnves. They can be felt, but not Been. Shorter ones are light waves, from the long rod to the short violet. Even shorter ones are what are known as the ultraviolet, and these have to be detected artillclally. by the taking of il picture In the dark. Kveu shorter ones are the X rays, which are Invisible. Much longer ones than the longest heat wave are the electric waves of wireless telegraphy. Xow, remember that all the waves specified differ in only one particular that of length. We cannot conceive of there being only waves of these wave lengths taking place In the ether. There must be waves of nearly all lengths, from the trillion th of an inch to many miles. Vfe know that other media may have waves of various lengths going through them at the same time. The question Is how to detect these other waves and What effect they have In nature. If our bodies bad better sense organs or more In number It Is astonishing to thiol; of what new sensations we should have. If the eye. for instance, could perceive a shorter wave length than tJie color violet and n longer one "tbin the color red. we should have numerous and beautiful colors added to the list. If we could detect still longer each one ot us 40es than the Infra-re""would be a receiving wireless station and could get all the messages sent out without other apparatus than our eyes. It would simply be a flash of light of a hitherto unknown color upbearing and disappearing in the sky. We could see It, however, even If it appeared behind us, as the electric ware goes through bodies. So convenient added Tlslon would be ours. If we could actually see the X rays we should need screen to po jook through to see the bones In our hands under the ray, as we do at pres- d months appearances were deceitful. He was partially hidden behind a cotton bale, whence he watched the Yankee spread with eyes that threatened to protrude across the intervening distance. "About the time 1 saw him the 'Yanks' nlso caught sight of him. They held a short consultation: then one of them sprang up, started toward hlui and shouted out: "'Hello, reb! Come this way: wo want yoiil" "for some reason pt..,r..,ips because I conceived I was sick and peevh;, the Idea that they wanted ' arrest hlni. and my' blood boiled with Indignation nt so totally nn unprovoked act of oppression. "The 'Johnnie' evidently entertained the same opinion, for he began a rather rapid retreat. A fresh summons, how ever, by n volley threats. Induced him to turn and approach tho party, with an attempted dignity of demeanor that was ludicrous compared with bis hasty retrograde movement. "When he reached the spot 'whero the 'grub' was the Ynuks seized him. made blm sit down and began to exert themselves to appease Lis manifest hunger. I have known some extraordinary feeders, but I honestly, believe I have never seen any other two men" eat as much as that fellow did. He kept at It steadily for not less than an hour, while the Yanks aided and encouraged him to the utmost. He drank six tin cupfus of coffee. Ho swelled visibly, and I wondered how bis frail garments stood the tension. "When at length he finished his captors? crammed his weatuerbeaten old haversaqk full ift hard tack and bacon and sent him n his way rejoicing. "It Is scarcely necessary to say that my own feelings In regard to the Incident bad very materially changed , during ita progress." Ths Gallery's Verdict. In the old days the proprietor of a music hall always used to walk up and down the 'renter gangway during the performances und restrain the exuberance of bis patrons. One night a lady singer began a doleful ballad In a stili more doleful voice, and at once received "the bird" from the gallery. "That'll do, boys," said the proprietor. "Order, please! Give the artiste a chance." But when the performance was finished he took off his hat, bowed to the gallery and remarked. "1 beg pardon, you were quite right." London Express. r'NtvWuiarnpt Life, Bewildering Scenlo Beauty of Our An Incident That Aroused Varied EmoFrontier Wonderland. tions AH Around. Alnskn should no longer be called In his "Jtemlnl?rences" Oeneral Itnsl! W. Duke of the Confederate tinny tells "No Man's Lund." Alaska Is our fronof an Incident be witnessed just after tier wonderland, and by united efforts we must make It thu empire of the the close of the war: "One morning about It o'clock I was north. It Is not livery Man's Land besitting on the platform of a station cause It will not tolerate weaklings; wal.ing for my train when my atten- but to the tjiorouglibred it will offer tion was attracted to it sipmd of Fed- Indescribable Inducements. It Is n tereral soldiers who bad evidently been ritory unique In Its geographical situaon guard Outing the night, but wore tion. In its climate. In its physical They beauties. Point Marrow, its northern now Hotting tlieir lirtnikfitxt were well supplied with rations ami most cape, is warmer than any point In the world us far north of the equaseemed In high spirits. "Just then I taught sight of a lank, tor. Its southern whores lire likewise wanner than any point In the world hungry looking fellow who was He wore in 'similar latitudes during the winter an a ragged, faded gray Jacket, with the months as the result of the iutluence buttons cut off, n pair of most dilap- of the Japan current. Isothermal lines show that some of idated blue trousers and.nn old canvas l haversack, as empty as the southeastern sections have a clispace, hung around his neck. If lie mate more temperate and .more equahad eaten n square meal within six ble than that of Washington. Its two lunula-tnkahly extra-siderea- , Directory County Ohio y at d y a:i:ST a HOTEL POWHATAN .WASHINGTON D.C. rti Int. ,. lL Of AMERICAN II city where food hotels . In bound, ""the Powhatan heads the ' first In the hearts of Its countrymen. It It . 'fiRKsflfSfpjJ climatic belts are known nsthe coast region and the Interior. The coast region is rainy, has mild winters and cool summers. The Interior region Is. for the most part, dry. has severe winters and short but warm summers. The Immense quadrangle Is divided Into three zones by lofty mountains, which leave between them broad plains, 'through which the Yukon, with more than 2,000 miles of navigable waters nnd the Kuskokwlm with 1100. open up Its vnst Interior. Alaska can surpass all flie scenic beauty boasted by Norway. Sweden and the Tyrol. Its mountains are higher than Mont Itlanc; its glaciers dwarf the Mcr do Glace. Unlike the glaciers of Switzerland, which are Inclosed by Inland valleys, the largest of the Alaska glaciers terminate on the ocean border or Interior rivers, with towering fronts hundreds of feet In height and miles In width. Elsewhere. In sharp contrast, are the peace and silence of the rockbound fiords, clad In green, with the snowy peaks of faroff mountains gleaming through the tree-top- s on the sky line, pictures more beautiful than the Hudson or the Ithlne can show. Franklin K. Lane in New York Tribune. AGASSIZ AND A HERRING. And a Student Who Finally Succeeded In Making a Discovery. A student enrolled In Agussiz's class. For several days Agasslz paid no attention to him whatever. At length, tired If the ear was more delicate and our brains more sensitive we could per- .ceire the thousand and one wave lengths made in the air around us, of ,wbcb we now are unconscious. The rapid vibration ot nn Insect's wing would probably furnish us with even more eery music than the mosquito's iwng. The wind as it blows across n ' T.MP lUCBllow would give us a basso "unheard at prcseut i'bo soft falling of jijpw would mn.ke.Jbe. softest and ""joost beautiful music to dlirgotises. It would be like a whisper in Its lownnss. buj would be rather high pitched, Uko "a Japanese tinkle a mile away. Tim falling of the rain would be louder and even more high pitched. Our very electric light, run by an alternating current and consequently getting dimmer ami brighter n huu dred times a second, would cause sound waves of low pitch and low uinplltuds In the air, but would give a known musical note. If our sense of touch was more delicate wo could feel the roughnesses along the surface of the smoothest mirror, for it has them. We should bo able to detect small particles In the air that now brush us by unconsciously. Tho breeze n our cheek would feci JJke so many tiny bulls of paper rushing and rattling by. The body would feel every thread of tho texture ""of (UP Bnrmentg covering It. Some of -stliese tilings, of course.! would not be jijeasnnj until we got used to them. it is tho Idea of some philosophers that uii actual heaven would b? an Increase In our perceptions and senses to su enormous power, for then we should certainly live In a different world, oue far surpassing in knowledge and pleasure ami power the one we live in und yet It would be actually the same world, the difference being simply In our power to cognize It. A. U Hodges In Chicago Itecord-IIeralI in certain of Its essential respects, a madhouse: in others, a pageant: in still others, a commonplace succession of humdrum Incidents. At times you are quito sure it is all 11 gray monotony: again it begins to arise and spread ItLighting a Picture. self like an Arabian night. And the The hall In the ISIJks museum. In unexpected breaks loose n series of strange encounters, flashes of vivid Amsterdam, which contains "The Night Watch." painted color, bright eager personalities JosIn 1012, was specially built to hold the vitality. tling and strutting in excess of picture that the lighting might be us -- Harper's Weekly. perfect as' possible. The picture Is always lighted, the hall always dark. and the Sexes. Hats Originally the picture was arranged A wouian can take a dime to the badly as to light and space. When, in liver counter of the butcher's shop and 1715, It was transferred from the Doe-Iostrike a better bargain than a man to the town hull it was made to tit could make: hut a man can wear it position by having strips two dollar hat till It turns green, while into Its newcanvas on either side and a twenty-fiv- e dollar cut off the a woman can wear balone only till her friends know It by off the top, which destroyed the Item-brandt3lght.-I.ouls- of standing around idle, the student asked Agasslz to give blm something to do. Agasslz's reply was to hand him a herring and to say, "Study this." The student was bewildered, but set about "studying" it. The next day Agasslz asked him what be .had learned about the herring. The student replied that It hnd two eyes, so many fins and such and such markings. "No. no!" Agasslz cried. "Study It more. Those things' are not Important" The next day and the next the experience was repeated.- The fourth day Agasslz again demanded Information about the now rotting specimen, in a desperate attempt at humor the student replied, "Well, it's the same on both sides." "That's It!" shouted Agasslz. "That's It! A starfish Isn't the same on both sides, an oyster Isn't, thousands of specimens of the sea are not. When you find one that Is, you've found a starting point in a new stage in the evolution of life.'' Obviously, thqi, student learned more from that oue lesson about the scion title method of study than be would have learned In a year's reading and lectures. The textbooks would have taught him the facts: Agasslz taught him the method of learning all facts. World's Work. - n vllj '" "Aunt .'.T-V...- Courier-Journa. l. ance. A Favor She'Won't Ask. four-year-ol- d ,..Ut Clara," said Flossie. "I want to ask a favor of you." "Well, what is It. dear?" iihkcil her aunt. "When I grow up," continued the little miss, "will you lend me one of your long skirts until I can have mine let down?" Chicago News. How to Tell. An Easy Job. underhtaud that your boy Visitor i studying to be an electrical engineer! Former Well. I advised hlui to take It Its Moral Advantage. up. I heard some fellers say that no"Aviation In usually conducive to tho body really knew much about electric- control of one's temper." ity, so I thought mebbe Joe would have "How so?" uorae chance of pussin' examinations! "It would never do when several hunJondou Express. dred feet up In the air for one to get put out, would It?" Iialtliuore Ameril. "How can yon tell when a woman Is only shopping?" "When they intend to buy they ask to see something cheaper. When they're shopping they nsk If you haven't something more expensive In stock." Louisville Courier-Journa- Had to Be. Bessie was. telling Llttlo about some medicine she had taken while ill. "Yes." she said. "1 took some compulsion of cod liver oil, aud" "You mean emulsiont don't you, dear not compulsion?" said the visitor. "Well." rejoined Bessie, "there was n good deal of compulsion about It." Pittsburgh Press. Unsympathetic "Willie," whispered nuntle In the street car. "why don't you get up and give your seat to your father? Doesn't It pain you to see him reaching for strap?" "Not In n car." responded the youngster, settling back comfortably in his seat People's Home Journal. te Fragil. can. "She has a complexion like Dresden Settlement Work. china." "Did you hear about Muggins taking "Yes. and it Is like Dresden china in up settlement work?" Knottier way." "Yes. ne usually work. hN creditors ''What Is thntr "If she's not careful with it It will for 50 cents on the dollar." To wu Top' ics. (track." UultlindYe 'American. Don't put too llne.n point on your. wit It should get blunted. Cer" vantes. . begin to laugh every time you see me?" asked Mr Growcber. "I'm taking time by the forelock," replied bis wife., "I know there won't be a cbhnce In the world for me to laugh after I have talked with you for five minutes." "Washington Star. ' Laughs First. "What makes 'you tor fear Your own words and actions aro the inly things you will bo called' tovae- ouutfor. A Keiunls. .... 'High Horse. usually on his. high io Is a .sort of horse. Powell-Y- es; equestrian statue of. hlmself.-N- ew York Times. 'On fe tlowell-II- e's WITH M. L. IIEAVHIN This office Is equipped for handling Commercial 1mv and Collection Friday after 3d Monday in De- Items as well as other legal and liticember. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. S. W. Leach, Cromwell. Wednesday gated matters, l'ractlco lit nil the Manager. courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. Monday Wedw after 3d after 3d In March,, June, M. L. Heavrlu's Office. nesday .Monday In m 'IH"Hllimi)H.lmhlilimHJ WtHnesdny after 3d Moifday In Sep- icmucr, Wednesday after 3d Mon day in December. It. O. TicheJnor. Centertown, urday after ard in each Attornoy at Law month. CROMWELL, - KY. HAVE YOUR SUITS Winson Smith, Select, Tuesday after --'d Monday in .March, Tuesday Will practlco IiIb profession in thisarter I'd Monday In May, Tuesday and adjoining counties. Collections. after ad Monday In Annuel. Tues- - Commercial and Criminal Practice a. klay after I'd Monday In November. Prompt Specialty. and vigorous . S. Dean, WedDundee, i nesday after tho second Monday in sorvlco. and DyeMarch, Wednesday after M Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday ing In August, Wednesday after 2d Mongiven day in Xovombor. Ladies Hen F. IUce. Poiilsvllltf Tuesday , I AM after 2d Monday In March, Thursday after 2d Monday in Mnv. Thurs Hats Cleaned day after 2d .Monday In August, To do any kind of VeterinaThursday after 2d Monday In No Repaired. ry work.' Horses, mules and vember. cows need not die for want of Work called and Ben W. 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Prayer moota'ndnchave secured ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. a concession here13. W. Naplor, pastor. oE by we ran offer it Baptist Church Services ymornlng at a still further and evening every second und fourth reduction in conSunday In each month. Sunday school nection with this, 'J:4o a. m. Prayer mooting every Wed publication. nesday evejilng. Rev. A. S. Pettie, all tho time. Don't lay of! pastor. Feel right Special Offer to Our Readers Christian from work for days by taking calomel Church Services every keeps you third nnd fourth Sunday at 11 u. in. pleasant when ItecoanUine the preat demand (or ColiVr't at the new tticc, uehavcmaile arranccnicnts to on your feet, whilorclievingyour troub- aiil 7 p.. in. Sunday school Q:'M a. in. olTcr it ami our own publication each one 5 car Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Elder Gwlnn, pastor. le. lor the price of CViVr'ialimc. This It alimitetl take anything else. 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The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at J1.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, S2.S0, $3.00 and up. Write for booklet w!tkmap, Circuit Court T. P. Dlrkhomd, V. Judge; Uen D. Kingo, Attoriityy; 1. .Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. n.irnws, Attorney Law Clerk; li. E. Ulrkhc.ad, .Master Commissioner; It. T. Collins, Trusteo HAJlTFOItD, KT. Jury S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Deputies S. A. Hartford. Will practice bin proslon In Ulr offlco deputies .Mrs. S. O. Keown nUd and Arilnlfilhi fwintivi. fViltmipreWJ Ollinoro Keown. Court convenes first I Monday In February nnd continues and Criminal Practice a. Specialty. 'three, weeks; third .Monday In April, two woeks; third Monday in October, .two weeks. County Court John U. Wilson, Judge; C. UlnnkeiiBhlp, Clerk; Law C. E. Smith. Attorney. Hartford. Court convenes first .Monday In eiieh HARTFORD, KY. month. Mtpsrs. W. II. UariKH and C. B. Quarterly Court Begins on the first .Monday in every month. form-- a Smith announce that Uioy ha-vCourt of Callus Convenes first partiKTi.li'.ji for ilio ennoral pracTuesday in January nnd first Tues tice of law, except cnhnln.il and dlvor day In October. Other County Offlccrs-- C. S. .Mox-lo- cases, Mr. Smith balng County AttorSurveyor.. Kortlsvllle. Kv.. It. ney Is prxnvsnlod from practicing biicK !I IX So. 2; Tom lilneH, Assessor, ImUvlduAlly i Ky.; Oznn Shulls, Superin ccisiK. Mr. D,iriue wJll Id Offlons tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Illley, accept such pr.oetloo. Coroner, Hartford; T. 11. Denton, Hartford .Itepubllaun building, HartKoad Engineer, Hartford. ford, K" JUSTICES' COl'ItTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftD. er 3d .Monday in .March, Tuesday aftLaw Attorney er 3d Monday In June, Tuesday after 3d Monday In September, Tucs-Un- y KY. HARTFORD, Otto C. Martin at -- Barnes & I Attorneys at Smith y. Ola-ton- ARTHUR at KIRK after D. after after after Ud ..Monday In December. A. McDanlcl, Hovkport, Friday 3d Monday In March, Friday 3d Monday in June; Friday 3d Monday In September, ASSOCIATED ' T.WADESTRATTON - Cleaned s Pressed -- Repairing neatly done. work special attention. and for PREPARED delivered. month. rate per W. H. RILEY Hartford, Collier's First Time USE Collars in Clubs For Lazy Liver 'and the Troubles Constipation. ax ' e I A; $2.50 lectric Bitters Sat-uifd- ay S SPECIAL TO WOMEN i - Bal-nial- couch kill the Dr. King's sec-retar- Niw Discovery -- V THE SPECIAL GALL !1!wsy FASHION AND MISERY. CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. OF THE GOSPEL AGE Wiiotnr nurs Tills Respond to Call May The Kind You Have Always Bought alcohol a np"n;:r sfmialinSihcFoodanilRcd Bears the iii;n:iaioinacnsanaiJov Signature Promolcs DigpsllonJCIverfy It Pitiful Tragedy That Revealed an Incongruous Combination. One of the standing subjects of humorous remarks among Now York theatergoers Is the weekly nrticlc on men's fashions, published over the noni de plume of Beau Brummcl, In tho programs of tho theaters of tho better class. Some people think Beau Brummcl is n woman, while others believe him to" be merely a haberdasher with a drug habit. However that may be, It Is a rcasonablo supposition that no one wears nny of the clothes that Beau Brummcl writes about It couldn't be done. If nny man ever arrayed himself In one week's output of tho Beau Brummcl fashions nnd started down lc HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Fmv Tun ef Dikevaffcf ncssnnd Ibsr.rnm.iiiK r of Opium.Morphinc norMimraL OT NARCOTIC. JtrcvteroUDcSSKZUmma JhnJtLi Strd' hM jfv In The Church of Chritt Jesus the Head. The Church the Body Anointed to Be Kings and Prieots Special Training For Office Who May Qualify For Election Term and Condition to Be Met Patient Continuance In g Character-Likeness to Christ, the Necessary Qualification. Suffering With Christ Three Classes That Enter the Race For the Prize. Only One Will Be Successful. Well-Doin- Cwfaiitiew, Mrs. BaBeck Gave" I had gotten so weak I coutd not stta, and I gave up in despair. U.kDeipair. Caaw to fata Rocse. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I coin menced taking it. From the very firff May 3. 2f y Bfl froo Russell, whoso IMIOTO-DKAMA Tastor CRE- m jtUStaa sbsbHsbsbHsbV OF Is Jtiubti JkMttUtt- . - ATION belntf f produced dally In preached today from the test. "If any man will SBSBB come after Me, let aataalaBlaBlaBKl bbIbbH aataalaBlaBlaBHl bbbbbB lihn deny himself, take up his cross lKSTQiUSSEffl nnd follow Me." Matthew 10:24. First the Pastor showed that God bad foreseen the entrance of sin nnd denth into the world, nnd hnd purposed In Hlnmclf before the creation of the world a Krent Plnn for man's recovery from sin and death conditions, to be accomplished through a Kingdom. This great Kingdom will differ from nil "others In that Its monarch will be u King and Priest. For this reason Christ Is said to be "a Priest after the Order of Melcliizedek," who was a reigning priest The Pastor then explained that' God had foreordained thnt whoever would be appointed to this office of King and Priest must first demonstrate his worthiness by manifesting obedieuce to the Heavenly Father, even unto death. The first tp be given opportunity thus to qualify for this great honor was Jesus, who offered Himself at Ills baptism. Fur three and n half years He vas thoroughly tested ;to demonstrate His loyalty to His consecration vow. When on (Calvary He cried, "It is finished:" He referred to Ills sacrifice of Himself, 'His demonstration of obedience to the Father's will, even to of the cross. The Gospel Call. Continuing his argument, the Pastor demonstrated that although more than eighteen centuries have passed since God raised Jesus from the dead to be a Prince nnd a Savior, yet the world is Htlll unsnved. Meantime, be declar- - HimSerJ-- i Qpnint Sugar Apcrferl Remedy rorCoTtsflpuon . sour aioiracn.uurnion Worms .Coiivulsions.Femish tiess muILoss OF Slew. FkS'id Sifnaruftof fT Am Use For Over Sf9sal M&taB HrvaB tunny cities, NEW YOBK. .' Thirty Years , Guaranteed under iKei CASTORIA tmc Broadway he'd land In Jail or the ward at Bcllcvue. The case of Beau Brummcl Is merely funny. But here Is a grim and pitiful little tragedy which Is in a way related to it In n small tenement at the eastern and poverty stricken end of Fifty-sixtstreet, the police found John Conwell and his old mother, dead from gas. The man was past middle age and unmarried. They lived alone, and he Idolized the woman a poor, old drunkard. The neighbors said he used to cry hysterically when she would stagger home, stupded with drink. At last he turned on the gas while she slept and died with her. He wore cotftn overalls at the time of his death, and the few articles of his wearing apparel found In the apartment were worn nnd ragged. Yet the letters and papers which the police took possession of proved that he earned a livelihood for himself and his mother by writing articles on the latest fashions In men's dress. New York Lettern Cincinnati Times-Stah r. Catron, Ky. from In this place, an interesting letter Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: this time, 1 "I. suffered for four y"ears, with womanly troubles, and during could tell it was helping me. I without 1M tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from woman!? troubles, don't give up In despair. Try Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped I dose, can now walk two miles a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should alh At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist ha sold Cardul for years. He knows what, in my left side. could only sit up for a little more than The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recom ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardul today. Write soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory to: Chattanoon MXIrln. fti Deot.. Chattannnvi. T.nn.. far J?n2&f ' that, nothing seemed to do me any good. &2&1132X& l.ts "iSr' JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Liverymen Centertown, Exact Copy of Wrapper ctTua enwn, TC" errr. 11 OLD FORT MARION. - Kentucky. Stare k Pianos laAtlyaaoa Sataa!a (lea Gaar teed LotreatNat NeTMeaay -- fHHH Prices Teiraa PAN TARCK ISI OCNT Pa at or jr r tbe-deat- h Baring SlOO to A.a of S200Fae From lory Direct Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 das' free trial. In jour aviji. aw vubii itjmuiii jtu wo bsk 14 in.ii ViMi tvm nm v nnnn 1U. nnd teat thin piano for 30 .lays. If. at the end of that time, you Uo not find It the lilL'liCHt Krude. sweetest toned nnd tlncst piano In every wujythat you have ever seen for the money, you uro at perfect liberty to send It back, nnd we will. In that event, nay tin- both ways. This iitarclr. Piann must mnkn vim. or there Is no sale. fp-lc- 30 We DAYS' FREE TRIAL &'.' euVCjuil.has.bLH.'ut;aUli)c,joiitA.sCCja.L Sava $150.00 ar Mir that lou Howards of SISrt ftO Iti ttu your piano. Vc guarantee to furnish for the money lino joi can iirr rlienlirr". You aroauurrd of rivnlnir n satisfactory sweet toned durilils hl,cU (trsJe Easy Payments Tliwe term are arranuv.! to )'0Lr conv ..Uncc, and It it uuill for you to my n pMno for your liomr, without mil"ir th'- - itioney. rot aof you Uno. nrlti !ilp dlrrct U mp jou from our fi.toty, at Inttir plino par'no ca.Ii down, but after 30 rlayi of trial, jou can Kirin payment on the low. e.t, ciaic.t term, eu-- mirscitrd by a piano You r macuracturcr. niit n. j op..v? ir9jjje U T.rcrr BUrck Piano sriarantml Tui r 2n4-Hand et it eipfrlcncf, tr.J tlio reputation xf nn ol rifpon.llilc piano house. ti jojra. iNraot bf bot our 35 yean of plana (or Bargains 50 Fraa Muslo Lessons piircliavr of wo give free In one of the brat knon school, in Chicago. Thrso Irsaoni yoti ran take in your own horns. I mail. This represent one year! free instruction. v Uavc ronstantl) on hanil a t.rr" a'jm'xr of Hntitl imM anj aeeondliand plaaoa of aU kUlufl injkcJ takrn In cbjrjr? for new Starck Piano anj PMytr-Piano- i. 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Every tltu you make a purchaso vlsowlicre you lose n chanco to get a barrel ot old whlaltoy or GC.OO In eash absolutoly FREE. SEND YOUIt MAIL ORDHRS TO US they will bo promptly and carefully flllo.1 from tho .best tttodt ot liquors in Owensboro. Your chances on the free barrel of whlbl.ey will bo enclosed with your ahipmonts. It" contains Juat what you want. Ask for our irlco lls--t. X t I 310 W. P.3rdR. LANCASTER Street. & OWENSUOHO, CO., KY. J twwwwwwsweTe "Old W. S. Stone," "Premier 'Pun?," "Old Quality," Fine Ilran.yies, Wines, Gins, Cordials, Etc. A, r ijJ!liiM Anrosi M Alf a.mrialii our OPiOIUU OVER 68 YEARS' CXPCRIENCE iiwwhw.h fuTemio;. Hi!"f.ntv;asa oai'tvoau tlonaitrlutli riTinUUPiltlfallPljiaaijaa fattU UkJt q WII aeiialnf akateh and deserlntlon tommunlrtv BHsT Tradc Makks naIAHft CovniaHTt Ac mar CoTrKir turn jnnMiwHt, tbroufh Muua D l"li " x Ait4mtlrrIisarinU4jrltl. cailXitTaiiT.l!llliniiiai, fnMate Terms.. became of that play hhdu live .eni ago 7" ChrlNtllkcness. "Tile managers decided It was too Tho Church, Which Is Christ's Body. taring to produce" Buckbee'a "Full of Life" Korthern Groea Whoever takes these steps come Into "Send It on ngnin." redigteed Seeds hue rcputitloti of 38 years ai the Body of Christ, the jucceasful seed growing behind tbem. It pars I "I did. They say It's too tame now." Plan, .ue pci, Church, declared the l'ator. This -i- 'lttsliurgh Post. fccaaooablc Specialties: took place, at ,the BBAN8 , 'I so Roshel larllest Red Valentine . I'Jivlug -' Jhetr What a Frightl Kefuace Extra Early ij.ijlushcl bodies' living s.nciilUcs, Uiey were acNew olllngless Green Pod , lj.70 Bushel Ills Wife But. dear, tell me why yon Wardwell imp. Kidney was .JoBushti cepted of God. Then they became want my photograph taken In Ibis cosDavis New White Wax J4.7S "asjiei members pT the Body, nil of whom tume? Her Iliihby-rSCurrle'a Kust rToof Was MjoBuahaa that In three bare tho same anointing aN imd ihelr years ynu will look at It and pay wltnt PSA8. lj.50 Buabat Eatra Early Alaska . Head, This anointing tiiwii .ltus I would like t'i say right now. Judge. New Early Ctailua . . . . fija busom Honlord's Market Garden . Ij.jo atuaiiea at His baptism. On Pentecost It (lowfcuckbeVa Lightning Suabat H ed down to the Body, the Apo.tles Weakening. tsHsgsj. tMtk, .Tswtvu and full tioe s4 llrst member. Since then, each Seeds, F lasts and f ulba at iowctt growlug prlcaa. "So you think (here Is yet a chance 8o4 (or complete cataka-a- e or aakaUt list at ope coming iuto the Body comes under nf selling Mr. Nuikads an auto?" sour requirements and wiliajuote pnratv . Buy direct from the grower Sevo. Money. Thi-- e thin auont!njr. who pros on "Kurt! He lued to say he vrKheil he Write today. Mention this paper, faithfully unto deathwill become men' hart otic; now lie' nrgulug he can't af. !ord lt."-Pu- ck. icrs of the Body of Christ lu glory. "What plrit-U'goltespirit-begettin- g mo-metl feeei SEEDS T t class for a special purpose. Those who bear this Gospel call are privileged to become, upon certain conditions, members of thU class which God is selecting this "Body of Christ, which Is the Church." Not until this Body, of which Jesus Is Head, is completed will God's Plan for the world's salvation be carried out. The Pastor then stated the terms and conditions of eligibility to membership In this Body of' Christ. God extends the Invitation, nnd nominates tnose wiio accept It; but each must elect himself by compliance with the terms of the call. This call Is a desire to come to God. Some have It from birth; others get lt,nt their mother's knee, or through a hymn, a sermon, etc. Whatever points to Christ as the Way to God constitutes nn Invitation. Walking In the Narrow Way. To those who turn away frqm sin and accept Christ as their Redeemer, they Savior says, "If nny man would come ufter Me, let him deny hlm'seir. take up his cross and follow Me." The Pastor explained that to deny one's self is to give over one's one's desire to do one's owu will, and to accept Instead the Divine will. Whoever does this dies to earthly ambitions, hopes and desires, and In their stend receives Heavenly ones. The Pnstor then showed that to take up the cross Is not always understood by the ono starting in the narrow way. Gradually hi perceives that It Is tho crossing of self-wiwith the Divine will. But if his consecration Is the child of God will learn to rejoice In every tilnl. The Heavenly Father will cause the wuy to open be- fore him, and will with every trial provide the way of escape. To follow Christ slgnllles patient con'-. (luunnce In Each one in tho narrow way uwst thus demonstrate his loyalty to God and to the prluol pies of righteotisiie.ss. This does not mean that the iIunIi must he perfected, bat the New Cieatuit the new will. The unintentional weaknesses or thr lletth nre covered by the mho of Christ's righteousness. Tlieielore the New Creaturu Is privileged to grow in ll gen-ulne- v cross-hearing- America's Only Medieval Castle a Landmark In St. Augustine. For more than 20O years St. Augustine was the Spanish capital of Florida, and the Florida of those days extended from the Chesapeake bay to the Pacific ocean. It was an Impregnable stronghold nil of those years. Old Fort Marion, begun in 1592 and finished in 1700, is the only medieval castle in America. It cost an enormous sum of money. Repeated heavy drafts of the builders caused the king of Spain to iuqulre If they were building Fort Marion of gold dollars. The castle stands today in ""perfect condition, guarded by the United. States government. The keeper conducts visitors .through .the castle, down into the dun geons nnd shows you rings In the walls where victims of Spanish oppression werelrhnlued to die. Report, fairly well authenticated, has it that when the castle fell into the bands of the British two skeletons were found in one of these dungeons chained to the wall. One was 'of a man. the other a woman. f Tlu?re.-- , s. .something .uncanny, about these dungeons that cannot be described by word of mouth. While there lins been great Improvement in old St. Augustine, the nucient landmarks have been preserved. The old city gate Is intact; the Spanish monuments hundreds of, yenrs old attract the lover of antiquities. Narrow streets characterized all Spanish towns) or meuievai times, juere are streets In St. Augustine not more than ten or a dozen feet wide, each side lined with, the same type of buildings that were the custom three or four centuries ago Wanted to Be Safe. Tom Jackson1 had participated in a narrow escape from death, due to an accident which happened while he. was crossing to Liverpool. It was, therefore, with much fear and hesitancy that he decided to return home. Approaching the porter hurriedly at the last minute, 'be Nwas told that he was too late for a stateroom. "The last one was Just taken,'' announced that worthy. "Stateroom?" queried the frightened passenger.. "Who wnuts a stateroom? Give me a reserved seat In a lifeboat." Buffalo Express. A Painful Process. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBINP RATES. Louisville Herald Tins Reptblican and St. Louis The Republican and Home and Farm suad Globe-Democrat The Republican $1.3 . 1.76 1.60 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The jkepublicah ana Uaiiy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 4.7A The 'Republican and 175 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. t YOUR Letter Heads ISoteheads . Bill Heads Envelopes Llttlo Prescott bad been leaning out of an upstairs window. "Come away from the window, son." his father said sternly. "You might fall out and get a hump on your back like the camels you saw yesterday." The little boy was silent; for a few minutes. Then he asked. "Father, do all tho llttlo camels have to fall out the window to get their humps';" Now York Statements Cards "And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican Post ! Argued Too Long. "Why did you permit yourself to be drawn Into a long argument with jour assailant?" asUVd the policeman. "A long dispute was-Juswhat I was trying to avoid when I called him a liar." explained the man on the hospital vol. Buffalo Kvprevf. t Job Department. 4444 BUMKe'S BUUS SWCEEff. C Too Soon and 'Too Late. BULBS Ilia, IxHi.e,tmwm OamUa. . ' r ataO. . I afetrt okir CIIdIea&VaSe,Ja!S. fkGTBtSfCmRttiSBrWKm Hndiih fsaittf f II ittM ' trial ar 111 nAka tou MrnuinMia OU4 ' tumur. bitisf aetloa aniavreVrnteed or your ' mMey nfusdif L lria, skill, lasl.siJaaat- A asafMai r.SPECIAL OFFER' fettlM Natr MAm Usuta. Save Maaev and Keea ia( Style by Readug McCall'a Magazine awl UiLagMcCall Patten. I hemes' Jief MOGUL'S MAGAZINE I afttJ u4 latrf alls. Nats BY laaa Valla. eft, fMak. JlhHliT1thTftrlaiM fta huuli, OtttMll, " Alts Stlak MnataH. wrmtmy sTLiK - P saVaMlsV ' i'lVa-rnfiU- McCall'sMstailaenUt bi.lp ynu drrss m a lui.iteraie exponsoby koepiuaj ynu posted on lb. truest fashions la cutLcirsml liau. 60 sijl-blt- lr New Fashion Designs' lit rack Isvie. AU uliinlila Information (.11 all Homo uuil ymil imuers. n Ool-- S tsliUul J St" ' MMaKMsaCi. H. W. BUCKBEC NiaeswMsa. sBssatsaasasasauari lorfifoutDplncot'J. to nisio In your IfcailfiiUras will Own bomo. Willi iirruniibJUds rtoiUlnufr iouisair and rHiMe-- vvblih all bo. pcic Io aiyln ami fit bleltrr lUVu lb ckiis. rVnil to( li(r I'tuem Caialofuo, , We. Wl Cna Tee fiaa tntp for Kolltus sab' turtpuo m anion ir ,tir n.n.ls, bqji.l lor tr fremlnm faialouii sod Cs;h Prise 0!lr. wv I a flea pattuHi. MtllM today or yrsr. kii T ,Sul-- tDii ME aVttll CaafASf. sMMto 3w Ztasl !7a St. NM (tJK v S V 1 t ' Tiete best cake, biscuit and pastry. Royal is Absolutely Pure and the only baking powder is no substitute for Royal Baking Powder fo making the made from Royal grape cream of tartar MEXICAN STEAMER VICTIM OF MINE Vessel Blown up in Trap Set for U.S. Cruiser. Raliegh. City of .Mexico, May 5. A dispatch, on to conic from Manzanlllo Coast, announces that the Uio. Pacific steamship Lculla was sunk n tiALiff in the harbor by Uio explos-ioir'a mine which had been planted for the United States protcctiM cruder Raleigh. The No loss of life 4$ 'menilonod.'-.steosu-ebelonged Jo the Pacific Railway Company. Joaquin D. Casasus, former Mexican aiubassdor to the .United States, y was .hurriedly ordered to proceed to Washington from Carlsbad, where ho lias been tailing the cure. The nature of his mission was nc nuidc public. Roman Jit. Rev. iMauucl Rivera, CatijOi: bishop of Querctaro, died suddenly today while driving in parade. an Another warning was received today by the liraxiliau minister from Consul William W. Canada at Vera remaining Cruz, who advised the to Americans In the federal capital leave without delay. In referring to thitv, the Urazlliau minister saAl to the Associated Press: "1 .met Gen. HuenU casua'.ly this moraine and recieved from him repeated assurances that uotli he do and his ministers would everything tliat I asked to secure the safoty ail complete iirotcction nud comfort of the Americana remaln- lug Jn this country. t "When 1 reforrcd U the request 1 Jiad raado this moraine to J he of .foreign relations (or a bpoqia) train, for Americans dcsjnfrg to leave tho federal capital, N Gen. liuirrta at ouco gavo orders (or the Halt! .l0-ucaaf r to-daan lre-sonal- ly ing the day for good measure. Tills must have been the place that where somo follow compose-song "Please go Way and let me Sleep." Here one may see some Jarge birds palms, pluck the sweet pecans and play monkey with tho monkeys. Here wherq the varieties of garden truck grows, such as cabbage, tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, strawberries and water melons. Here one may sae smoe large birds such as the pelican, wild goose, brant and ducks. Willis la reputed to be Oklahoma's greatest ferrying port, because of Its ls self BupjKirtliig ferry boat, which Itself from one bank to the other by means 'of a wire cable and two pro-pelone-inc- h ropo3. I had the experience of my life F neouaary arrangements to be mt.yte, and .the train will Jrave tills city (or Cpatzacoacos at C o'clock evening." Rumore as to the. Jll;Jicalth of Gen. lluerta were apparently unfounded, as .ho took hJs usual walk In the Chapullcpec Park this morning and later appeared in prominent restau-.W- . rant. Whenever he was recognized on ty'io streo'l J;e was cheered by tho pcojilc. Chila Cross? Fovorlsh? Sick? A ctoos, ieevlsh, listless chCd, with cixitfU songue, pale, doesn't uleep; ver Uttle, then ravenously; stouiaeh sour; liratth t't!d; jxalm Jn stomach, with dlarrhiii. grinds teeth whjlr and starts up with, torror all Buggoat a Worm Wilier something that worms, and almost every child ha them Klvkapoo Worm Killer la (Jet a box Start at unca. ou won't have to coax, as lCickap(K Worm KUUr is a candy eonfoctioii. Expofe the worms, tint vamo of jour uhUu'd troubles S.Vv,' at your drugi&t. again to-da- y. rats sometimes afternoon) riding aroncho across the prairie to Oakland,' viewing the large herds of cattle and droves of ponies, aril acres of wheat and oats. Have rode, tho waves pa Roil River in a buck boat, and the boat would buck like a broncho at "an Ohio county fan-- . From 4 o'clock in the afternoon until 9 o'clock in t(he morning 'the temperature is glorious, cold and lavig? Orating. Sun strokes are Unknown. Man works through the hcail of the day with no oppression. Am much impressed wih Oklahoma and the general conditions. Prosperity abounds in all sections but money docs not grow on trees. You have to work fr it here the same as you do in Kentucky. This is no pjaco for a lazy jnau, so you see It will be necessary for me to get busy pretty soon, or leave tho state. The water here Js almost thq same as tho water at the health resorts In Kentucky, and is considered most beneficial to the hearth of mankind, particularly good for stomach and liver troubles, and blood disorders. The water comes from deep salt, wells of1 which there are many over the county and state. Thero are no swampa here, neither 's'vth.erp Indication of" any unhealthy people. Find bo,tjh men and who have gained all h,te way from ten to flty pounds in flesh. I, for .one, have gained sixteen pounjls, since tny ,. arrival last October. FJnd there are soveijil Kentucky pcoplo bpro nnd remainder are from Tennessee or Arkansas. So you may form your own opinion about this community In general. Postmaster G. Ferguson is from Trigg county; Prctf. McLush, of Ucntoh Co., teach cr In IClngston High school. Prof. J. C. Park principle of Oakland High school and .Miss Mabel "'Park, assistant teacher at Simpson. t wishes for tiie success 'With of The Republican and best regards to all of my olid time Ohio county friends, I am, innings Yours very truly, llurtfoid O. If. PARK. Uuier Dam two-m- en be-s- uAlay as tho Central CHy toani canceled their ganio for "that date- - It was found lniposslbVj to arrango a game with any qthcr. ioum. lIw- VICTORIES FOR HARTFORD IN over, Habit will j!ay here next.Bat-uiVaOPENING GAMES. The Jocals defeated thorn list Tho 1014 baseball season was op- - year 3 to 2 in one of tho fastest) ' I ..1 - MLC C..l...t,... .!,. blip qilU IIl.IV KUimua; YV"i;u 41.. iuwii buuicp in At- OaSOIli teams, 1st and 2nd, Defeated tho 1st Taylor Mnca Iimll team wJJI 'or team of Heaver Dam and 2nd team Mayor ganize Sunday. .May 10th. The fd(law McIIcnry, respectively. of Her, fearing ho could not Jocato tho I113 payers are requested to appear plate, did not practico at 2 . m: tho first bull, for Rood. iWcstcrfleUi, a la big league style, so tiho owning Tliorjie, Blankenship, Tho day M. Taylor. V. Taytlor, Pintle, Anient', was without formalitlos. was ideal but tho nttcMdancc was not Brown, Mason, Davs. Any other wha' It should have .been. Owing players wanting a chance to mako tc the .'alars or the club supporters iho team are Invited to .le present. tho ground was In oxccllcnt ooudi-tlo- Would Mko to arrange a camo wilth The second team game came HartronJ .May 16th. DO.N1 MIMjKII, Soc. first, being called about two thirty. Tho fact, .that both the local teams Unrecorded Deeds. came out victorious made it a great baseball day In tho iittile city. following Is a list of Deeds Tho Tho second team beys opeln'l the from Jan. 1st, l'JOO, to date that are season ut East End Park with May helil In tho Ohio County CJork's for uud Crowe on tho firing lino anil aro unrecorded : McIIcnry. Harford and W.l&on for Atnlxicr Chick, to W. E. Martin, Thorpe, of McIIcnry, was umpire. dato of deed, Oct. 15, 1901. It was a nice game nil the. way thru J. W. Chancellor to N. M. Chanand both pitchers did good work,May cellor, dato of deed March IS, 1807. having a shado on his opioncnt. T. A. Evans to Hester J. Farmer, Gqod plnjys loomed up on both Bides dato of deed Nov. 2, 11(03. ar,l tho, local fellows showed their .Mary B. Hardin to Rlcliard Wells, supporters that they are capable of date of deed, Jan. 4, 1901. nlayliiK a ganio not far below the ''Rcld, Hadcn & Co. to h. O. Wilstandard of tho 1st team. A running liams, date of (deed May 1st, 1900. catch by Olenn ui Id tho batting or Tin-slc- y Rowan Holbrook ct al., to C. P., were local fcautres, the lattcrs Koown, dato of deed June 29, 1910. being a screamer. The A. N. Enibry to Mary E. Pitman, game was called at the end of (the dato of deed Doc. 13, 1907. seventh to allow time for the first W. M. Livers to Stephen Brown', team. The score stood, Hartfoiid 7; dato of deed Fob. 10, 1902. McHenry C. It looked for awhile ns Jacob Jackson pt alt, to Trustees If seven Innings wpuld not decide tjio Elk Chaiiel Church Aug. 22, 1900. W. L. ShUltz to 'Mabel Hcrrcl, date fracas, but in their half the locals forged ahead when Tlnsley camo in of deed March 27, 19li. i Mabel Hcrrel to W. L. Shultz, date with thc.Ueclding tally. "Big Chief of, doeU March 27, 191h Myers" Crowe was left on second. T. A. Ragiand to ,T. ,W. Itagland. o 1903.big1 teams trotted on' tho dato of dodiDcc Thbn 'the C. R. Riley W .larod & SanTiWll-liam- s. field and after' a slight, field pracdate of (deed Mav 9. 1903. . tice started tho fun with Rlckard all! Louts Rogers to Chafles Blanchr' Dlankensh..p dclng the heavy work V for Hartford, opposed by. M., Taylor ard, date of deed April 13, 1901. Martha J. Uoss to A. L. WIfhrow, and Pirtle for Heavier Dam. Tho visitors were quickly disposed of in date of deed Anrll 30, 1900. .Katie Bell Paris to ,V. W. thear half. 'Th'& locals weVe a'so easy, Barneii being caught' napping after dato of deod April. 26, 1902. Vi B.iMorton to J. H. Igl cjieart, he had been hit in the slats by one of Taylor's benders. The first score dato of' deed Oct. 27, 1906. Ivy' Williams McKlnley to Jytv camo in the third when Rlckard i V. WUliams (datd of deed Oct brought Barnett in with a timely 1910. 3wat to right. Neither sldo scored 14, J. H. Morris to Warren Boyd! date again until the sixth when Smith, . Blankenshtp and Burnett; each chas- of deed Dec. 15, 1909. Sam Williams to Jarcd Will lams, ed across the ruuber. ' ( Before going farther let Us intro- date of Ideed Oct. 3, 1903. W. H. Vcnerablo to Chas. Davis, duce this fellow Blankenshtp. die April 1, 190S. halls from beyond Beaver Dam and date of deed J. P. Wilson to Grant, Pollard, date tvlll prolably jilay here all season, ' of deed Dec. 30, 1903. Bes.ilcs being a good catcher ho Is Alvin Rowe to W. C. Knott, 'date thero with tho stick as was demonof deed March 2, 1912. strated Saturday. Ho reluctantly A. B. Pprter to Ollco Everly, date being a cousin to County Clerk of deed April 15. 1912. Blankenship and it was thru iho latM. L. Phlpps to W. C. Knott, dato ter that his services were secured. of deed ,May 9, 1912. Bui on with the game. 'Rlckard Ola Porter to Walter Knott, dato was In rare form and kept the lilts of deed Jan. 10, 1912. well scattered. His support In tho Alvin Rowe to Ola Porter, date of critical stages was steady and he deed April 12, 1910. pitched out of several holes. The J. P. Stevens to F. G. Patton, date visitors tho defeated came herow-lfcft of deed April 2, 1913. a fast team and male the loea'ls fight A.. F. Graham to H. J. Qdel dato fo.r every Inch of ground. At, times pi deed March 2, 1914. thoir fielding bordered on tho sensa-ConN. G. Patton to F. G. Patton, variety, Taylor at short be- date of iloed March 5, 1914. ing one of the .shining stars.- S. P. Fulkcreon1 to H. p. Taylor, Thorpe, who ' umpired the first Power of Attorney, 'May IC. 1913. game, also handled the indicator in J. B. Tlchenor itoM. O. Snell, tho second, and he gae oniro 'sat date or decfl Nov. 13, 1911. ' X D. T'uclter to L. P. Dahney, date. isfaction. In fact, tho game was fast and no wrangling laterferrc'd. Score, of deed Dec. 30,, 19, 13. Hpntlcrd 4; Beaver' Dam p. B. A, Greer to Maggie Royal, data 5E Th.e faythat the lccala were able to, of deed Dec, p, 1911. W, II.. Mooro to E. .Crabtrfe, klato hola thq visitors scoreless is especial-ly pleasing tp local fans. The fol- of dood June 27, 1912. C. W. Whltler to Grant Pollard, lowing is the box score, and it tie-udato of doatf Nov. 12, 1912. HARTFORD. BEAVER pAAI. Under tho Kentucky Statutes an Turley, 1st b. PJrtle, c. unrecorded deed is worthless and your Elgin, 2nd b. Draper, c. (. title to jond may bo questioned at 'tMason, 2nd b. Barnett, c. f. any. tlmo. Besides you cannot pass Blankenship, c. Banies, 1st b. title If you should deslro to soil withSmith, 3rd b. C. Taylor, s. & out vour deed Is recorded. Attend II Rlckard, i. M. Taylor, p. to this without delay If your uamcap JlcKennoyi 3rd lb. Keown, 1. f. pears on tills list. t WiUIams, s. s. Hodge, 1. (. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Tlnsloy, r. f. Fentress, r. f, Clerk Ohio County Court. SPORTING NEWS y. Inl ...... LEVY'S GREAT SALE! Levys are conducting the biggest ,sale of Ready-to-WeGarments and Millinery ever held in Owensboro. The price reductions are really wonderful wnen you consider the value of the Levy Garments and Hats. ONE FOURTH OFF the price of every Coat Suit, making $30 Suits $22.50, $20 Suits $15, $12.50 Suits $9.34. Also a wonderful line of Skirts in regular and outsizes greatly reduced. ar N e n. i of-ri- HATS UNDERPRICED. The Levy Hats, famous for three generations, are marked down for this April Sale. Levys want your business. They are willing to give in exchange honest values and ser- two-bagg- er vice.. . . j- I LEVY i - HABIT ' I - -- V '""' r...mm..i .$0S0Ss&iss3q&sqre00is000sg L STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION ' BANK OF HARTFORD . At the Clos j March 21,1914; RESOURCES. .l.1 j 'of Business , .'..', l.$187,284.37 , j . ' 1 ad-mi- ls Bills Discounted Stocksand U. S. Bpnds Checks) fpr Remittahce,.?3L Banking House and Lot 1...J ,", Furniture and Fixtures .I..,..., Cash on Hand and due from other Banks j Sjt'.ii... .'.. .', .,., ,'... i. i 11,410.00 549.96 3,000.00 1,000.00 55,500.33- Current Expenses' i 1,292.94 .. i Total '..A LilABlLlTIBS .' Capital Stock h Surplus.....,, ,.T....u....J..i.lji'.-- .......'..' . ..$ 40,000.00 1 '17,300.00 336.00 198,779.09 1,586.85 2,080.66 $260,100.60 al Dividend No 52, unpaid Deposits Undivided Profits. Due: State Banks.. . l..l" ..-...r- l.J: ..-..--..,- :.l...l. .l. ;...- -,. ... ,..'i...v.r TotaJ',,..., Depository for Unlt9clJBtots FOftaf 3$0000frffsrsa!srafl) A. j p: w A CAR LOAD OF, ' ( JOHN DEERE yv i Farming Implements! i 2 3 4 ,r 6 7 R II K 00 0 4 72 1 'tf I lcliyostlon? Can't Eat? No AppotltH? A treatment OOOOOO'OO 42 humanity and 10 3x Coughed for Three Years. godseu'd t scleuco- - Your mediclno, Dr. King's Now Discovery, .cured ray "I am a lover pf your Former Ohio Co. Teacher 'Writes. Willis, Okla. Editor Uej.iiblican In obodlomv to the omamllof your-b'jii- f, and several other Ohio county .friends. I most humbly tulnnlt tlijw my fji,t "official report" on what little i Kuow ami have seo i of the Ktato of Oklahoma. am now at WillU. fOO in leu 1ism Ilarford, 25 mitva south o'Oludill. county of Marelial ao liillco. nortli of lonnliou, Tex., viarw, De sweot breei from tlio bunuy Boutii fans ns to, sleep every' night, and 'tat a "anp" jr two on Ue s.ide dur- - (., would have been very hrd on the local team 'to meet tho Kuiguers so early Jn tho season. -a Notice. W, 8. TInsley's Bhi.ning dome w.ts The First National Dank of Hart, ford, located at Hartford, in the-- mlHscd among tlio rootiers Saturda'. State of Kentucky, Is clpslng up Its' If mauap'rtf of th0 county affaire, AH and others, creditors, of said associatlon.ure here- will setul jn Hie results uud 'accounts by notified to present the noteB uud of'thedr games wo vlll g!ady plyo oruw 'claims agahis ("ho ussoclatlon tliem spuro ou this bluet. .Accpuuts must come Jn.lmuiedlatily (te-r- , th for' payment. ' . 'AliVINrROWEj President. gjme, however. Dated at Hartford,' Ky. March C, o 19U. 3CtS Thtfni wJ be nu gaiac here Sat- m noto-jioTder- sj of EhiCtric UJtters Increases your appctltoj stops indigestion; jou euu eaiti ovorythlng. A mil spring tonic for liver, kidney and st(iuaeh troubltu. CkuiiKt your whole system und jou feej flue. Hitters did more for Mr. T. DPeebJe'a slomacli roubles (hun nny imillclne he ever tried. Get a bottle Ulay. 5lc. uud tl.00, at your Dmg-irl- l- SCREENINGS. players oa tho local The now team showed up v.cll Satuilay. Wlllianu, who p'ajul short, Is os- pcciully promising. Ho is quick and ,'uindjc the ball nkoly. o Jc It was probably a goiU thing that tlio game with the Owensboro Kitty Liviguo team was ca'hd olf, ins it cough of thrco years standing," snys Jouiilo Flemmlng, of Now Dpver, Ohio Havo you an annoying cough? Is U stubborn aill won't' ydold tto treat ment? Gel a 50c. bottle of Dr. King's Now Discovery What it did for Jcnnii) Flcinming R will do for u, no matter liow stubborn or chrome u cough may. be- - It stops a cough and utons throat ahU lung i(ivuble. Roller or money bock. 50c. and ?t.00, at your Druiglat. Hucklbn's Arhea Sole for PJmplerf, to-da- y. t t t t OwensW Optfcal ilurtford, Ky., Xov. labses tnado' by R; 1. House. '.'' I have used C. Hardwlck's Optician, Ow.ensboro, Ky., to my uu tire sHtlsfuctlon, Ids house and machinery for malilnr lenses are the mosi CQnipIeti'( In the State, and be omploys, none bpt, .experienced '.wcjkt, men. f. M. BAR.UT.T. Wheat Drills, einglo nnd double row Corn Planters, Disc Harrows, Stag Sulky PIowb, Cultivators, Shovels and Discs, Mowers and Hay Hakes. Wo have all kinds of Walking Plows. We feel that theno goods need no further' comment, us ovo.h body has known these people for a half century, and also know that they are the starters and leaders in the implement business, The name of a John Deere imoleinent means the best material thut can bo had on the market for. their tools and the. bu.st .mechanics that can bo had to 'construct sarae. A'lsoacarof'bugfiies, tho best and most styles and every buggy is, built for service. We .have a iice,lipe'of harness tp select from. If you are'in the above goods, you will save money to call on usJind let uh'bIiow vou and' get our 1914 prices .which wUlfciiuso tho goods . , u move. in up-to-da- te maJL-et'f9ranyjo,"jh 4 . T WILLI . . AM&-FILLE- R. t4tt"nt?ttttf0. ' "BEAVER jDAM, 'KENTUCKY. '' --' T.. t