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The Hartford republican: May 15, 1914 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 hao1914051501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 15, 1914 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. n Jtortfrncfr KemtMsttra. Fine Job Work. VOL. XXVI. ALL MEXICO DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ I per Year No. 44 DEATH ENDS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. Statos extends Jts lioundary l'.ne to Include Mexico, It will bo long after this country Is made poorer by the loss of Henry Wattcrson, but there s Inidccd a possibility that people now alivo will Irvo ro soo tho American flag permanently fluttering In the breezes of Mexico, whoso fourteen million Oitizens may ibe forced by conquest Into the 'blessings of ROOSEVELT TALKS ABOUT POLITICS TRIBUTE TO vices were held. (This included two who have died at Vera Cruz sinco thq Montana steamed away. WILL BE OURS Destiny to Place Land to Canal in Our Control. No Hope of Self Government HEROES Exports Decreasing Rapidly. When tho now lUrif was enacted It was predicted that under it wo would be able to Jncreaso our exports, because of the frtnedlincss d by pur own lowered Tanif, a freer flow of goods, jAjth In and out of tlio country. It has alwajs been a Idootrlno of the s, that dowered ariffs btlmu-lat- e Jntcrna.otnal transactlonia, while high Tariffs limit them. JJut the coniitotuCii of tho fris half tfcar period of tho Tariff makes no such 8huwing. Wo have not our Imijorts, 'as ,was feared by protectionists, contrary they declined about $2,000,000 during the period. This decline Is not and shows ahat this country has been at a standsJltl commercially, which means a market for (foreign goods as wc'il as domest.c goods. Our domestic trado has declined much faster than our 10-duceFree-Traderon-fcnt NOTED CAREER John C. Mayo Dies After Brave Struggle. Accumulated Hugh Fortune Repeal of Canal Tolls Fool- Funeral Services for Those ish and Ignoble. Who Fell at Vera Crvz. To Pay Columbia Million Dollars Force of HabitFor TJicy - H Mexico Within The Next Twenty Years. .. Now York, May 11. Col. John C. Calhoun Mayo, Democratic National sending home the predictions tluit 1111) Committeeman from Kentucky, .died hero thfe aftrenoon Uiuu will conic when itho United S tut is at the Hotel Waldorf-Astori- a, will contiul aU territory from thu treaty. flllcnsce where he had been for and solominiiy. For ill sinca April 25. Uio (iraude to the canal zone. Coh Mayo wa "In view of the luarncss of a vote Tour ml'es through the city streets brought hero for further trpatment Such a prediction from a prominent on tfic canal tolls rej.eal bill In tho tlie funeral cortege passed, aud beafter blood transfusion Aimiricau cltlrcn mny hao the effect Suna,te, and the oa.onlshing statement hind it in an ppeii carriage rode the at1 Cincinnati had failed- of making the powers soiiifftvhat more I trust wholly wltliout fouikdatton.Uiut presJlcnt. He sat for the mtUt part Twenty-fiv- e firm In their belief that this country years ago John C. C. the Admlnlsrtaton hrts offered to pay wltji head bared.though the May sun Imports- Is not wiling to extend 'uts territory, But our exports show a dee'dne many Mayo, of Palntsville, Ky., be$23,000,000 upon him and thju' mqr- Columbia beat don was a-blackmail but only ignorant nations can inter- times as great So enormous has hea noor Bt&Hns Kentucky inquntatneer. cause Colombia bahaved badly In cury .climbed above sqwnty. Ji ret the Administration's acts as a Perhaps tho jiast, I wilsh to say a word on 1,000,000 yean persons baw tho decline In these Chat ,we are now but before h0 .was forty-ifiv' movement towaru ithat icnd. why the Panama tolls exemption tiie sovontoon coffins, each on a cais- barely Jiolding tlio "balance, of trade" old, he was the wealthiest citizen of It certainly Jh the jo)1cy of ithoGo-emineson, bortio from the ba.ttery irtaza In even. We Jumo hald years 'when Our Kentucky, with a fortune consenva-tive- jy clause should not bo renealod. at the present time to acM. W. Of A. MeetS. estimated at $20,000,000. In "' lave no question that we (have Lower tanhatlan to t4ie navy 'yard balance or trade ran over $600,000,000 ' quire, no now territory No move mode iMdyo was unique WeU M nn "niuestlonablo In Brooklyn. The procession was and this was usaful In paying pff our many respects I luve Just returned from attend- - a Iegal or contemplated has any object oth- ing debits abroad, Intcres pn foreign In- umoagself-mad- o moral right to exempt genuine coast nearly two hours hi passOng. millionaires Jn th Such the State mooting of the 'MoMern er than preserving national dignity Woodmen trade from tolls, but if this is con- was the feeUng of the massed thou- vestments, the traveling expenses of country. His was the. first fortune of America, which uiqt at and "cstorjng peace In a country that Georgetown, Ky., May 6. tested toy any power interested with sands tliat a silence at times, partic-ulail- y Amerclans abroad, and so on.' '(Now ever buidt Jn Kentucky, iby a Kett-The meowengugfxl In a war which Booms to bo m die canyons which wo have an anbintatlon treaty, of Lower with the balance of trade about oven tucklau, frpm Kentucky , resouwea ing was wejl attended and the (buswe wjlj have to pay those charges In oaly. His fortune grew from the cndlts. unquestionably we ehouKd anbltrate, Broadway, was oimrcssivc. iness was harmonious- Tho .writer TJiord were a few spuradic out- cash aud unless there is a change in meager earnings be savett from hl for we Jiavc explicitly elated (that If the United States should acquire thought while at tho meeting ir Mexico In time of peace, (With the sqmo of our peoplo of treaties Js a proper bursts of applause as the prcsldenit's the situation w will have to sei(d ot 8al1 as a, country school teacher. who do not ibo- ... .. ui. Jiayo, was born September unaiunous conben of ifs oplp, tlic long to any, fraternal order and carry subjeOL for arbitration and wo must carnJoso passed, but these were Bi'.n cvir p Europe .to, meet.' our never muke promises ,wq do not quickly hushed- - At Uoy charges tlure. Instead of ortosttilng Ify 186, Jn Johnson county, Ky. acquisition would be a doubtful good, no Iiuuranco could have, got Came as much the fins sJtort J)urat of such applause them wltli our excess of goojds export grow up on his father's farm, oband certainly the .greatest benefit as a bhU's-oy- o ylow of tho delosatos keep. "But to submit our cnase bo arbi It was started by a gi.nl ia whito- n ed over goods Imported. Thef cptf-inls- ts taining as muesli education as the would bo to the iiooplc of Jiat coun- and visitors Ju attondiadj', facy try. But ivhntutcr tho aklvuiUagis or liavo decided Kentucky aro looking for sudden changes, public schpols tration when we believe H Is just is the sidewalk, who cij,cd of the Iher 'Modern AVootl-mn- n, one thing and to abandon it in ad hanUs, doubtless from sheer ner- but they have been looking In vain so m,quntains afforded. disadvantages it Js certain that no At an early th strongest, fraternal Insurstage 'e, obtained a carificajte vance of arbitration Is a totally Uif- - vousness. far. Cedar Rapids (la.) Republican. such thln is contuiiiplaUVl by any ance order Ju tho wonld. teacii. In. teaching In various school rerent tiling. It would bo had enough Though th(.r3 wcro hut seventeen grca. number or American statesmen a. P. JONES. to repeal districts Mayo had occasion to Upr In of tli6- dead 1u tlio procession, Secretho exemption clause at this timeLABOR LEADERS WIN el much- He gained, an Intimate any event, but tho cllrcumatanccis un-J- tary of the Navy Dauilels iniado it In npito of this however, there Is knowledge ot tho mountain country, GREATEST DREADNOUGQT which tho 'repeal Is asked mako plain that the ceremonies were" for ji pobsiblhty chat Col. Watocrtion's pru- - IN U. S. COURT particularly its miUQraLaad... .tinAer" It inflnlte,yworse- all whcTTiad died ut "Vera Cruz, not tlon may prove true. .Mexico lias resources. Ho liijl some knawfodsdo "Wo ProgressUcs uMplleiUy, Btated only thq seventeen bodies! whose ON ITS MAIDEN VOYAGE mtido no progress )u government. Un of geolog, and soon became ac In our platform that we believed coast were brought up by tho Montana, der the Iron mile of Diaz there was wC'Zij traffic should be free Df tolls. but also for Carcnco Harshberger Noted Contempt Cases are Held quainted with these partiicu'ar secpeace, bu Jhcrw iwub l,U"e advance-mei- it tions richest Jn Our platform was a promlsQ ocul and mineral wo and Henry Pulllam ,who havq since with thu musses. They were wealth. Winslow's Flag Flies From New scUwnnly made, not to use In an cf-- i'died. to be held In a state of phjstical und Mayo, discovered .that the Did fort, to got iowcr md cynically aban The religious ceremonies at tho bondage. U.fcler sucji coiidi-tio- n York; That Will Lead a Sec"Virginia grants" affected the tittle to don afterwaitl." yard were more Impressive, if uah' they could not advance- For u Uiousaclis of acres of these fount"Nor is Uds all. It would 'be had ppss.ble, tlian was tjie sight or the tlino sue'1 a ru.'y seems for the beat, ond Eleet to Mexico. ain lands. They were occupied by enough. If tho Administration shame corteg.o a very Ignorant class of Wosliyigton, May 11. Tho con- "squattejs," many of whom iwere lessly admitted It had .w'on tho ejec"I was never In a. (battle lor under arc better eff tnen in physical tion on false pretenses, but that it fire." sad President Wilson tn his tempt sentences imposed Jy fche Dls-trll-ct willing for $5 to gho an option on Tlondago than In liberty, but when it was Just 8:30 o'clock Smfcay supreme court upon Samuel thee tracts. WJUh his savings tram 'Hiich is tho casp Intellectual develop-- : mornlpg wlien Hear Admiral Wins- - now felt that it would bo Immoral 'to brAjf address, "but I fancy it Is Just Gompers, John Mitchell and Frank school .teaching he finally acquired Js at a standstill. (The first low ;a.vo orders to Capt. Thomas S. carry out 10 promises, solemnly made as hard to do your Iduty when men iiien tq tho American people. It has (done are sueejus at jou, for when they Morrison, iwbor Jeaders, Vero set control of a Jarge area. Later he enstages of complete Kbonty may be Kodgers, and ten minutes later the much worse .however. Repeal Is not ahcot at you fchuy take your natural aside today by the supreme court for listed hte friends aud torrowed all ory hVUcr, but tlwy are the. fires now dreudnougu New York.Uio biggest asked on tho ground of the demands life and when they Biaee" ut you they tho second time, as barred hyv tha the, money he could to put Into' these through which Bpmq nations niuW ship In tho United States navy.sall-e- d options- statutes of limitation. WJien the development of of justice it is asked on Wio ground wound your heart. pass before they can rcaah tho high from tlw Brooklyn navy yauJ.pok-In- g that to Justice Holmes, in ibeginning ho yie Eastretv Kentucky coal fiolas be- thjs aolon would hety u8 "Wo have gone to (Mexico," take ho piano of civilization. Its way down the, Eas. river The fuct that Mexico Jiok made such whjlo her crew, piped to quarters, la carrying out that initd arid In- said, "in another part of hJs addrsos, opinion, sa!U that bantompts were fan he was able tx interest railroad volved course of conduct, tlat for ov- "to serve mankind If Wo can find the ad 'o bo treated as conspiracies, a ojicws ano; to Jnust capital to work Utt-'lrrogross ludicattB thut U may waved through th0 driving rain to er a year has masqueraded as the wiay- In 1901 Atajyo bonswi-ma.tf- d Vo Idou't .wont to fight the' point urged upon the count Jn behalf his iiuues. yet be many years before she. .will bo friends and relatives pa toe dock and foreign policy .of tho American Gov- Moxlcans; wo want to serve of o labor leaders. his first big deal in the de them. capable or y, to If other? on tho iBrookljai bridge. ernment"A. war of agression Js not a Justice Plolnns said the case thxrn- - ve ojuuent of his coal" properties, bliould appear that tho result was VltUo she was going under thtt bridge "Wq arp asked (to surrender bur thing In which t Is proud to die, but ed upon tlic poinft that ,the contempt when ho effectckl tii0 Drganization of not attained within anything like ono of her wirclntss towers hit u Uiu Consoldiated Coal company, at reasonable time, this country might girder, but was rcixaired later in tho rlefots 'jn Uio canal we bu(lt 'with a war of service is a war in which it prpccediDcs rihsuld have boon starred wunm tnreo ytars from tlie Mate of BulJiniorc. This company was to our own money nnd with the efort Js a proud tiling to die." ho fom-- to take over Jho republic, day. Vof our citizens which Is the greaj-u- st Throughout ijio procession mount- hiq committing of the ofrensea. He develop coal lands on which Mayo and w.-(-.i U all tcrrltorythIs sldp of Down new injneraj rights, nnd ho receivthe rlvqx she (wont and Inengineering feat of all ages so ed police closely surrounded tho said that proceedings for contempt tho Canal Zone. to tho Jowier bay, but, 8topied off as, fprsooth, eomo ot5ie.r nation may president In u hollow squaw, a se- should he speedy and thus .oom ed fcr Jiis share 2.0,000 in cash, But even if a change of policy Governor Island aitl waited until play on our behalf tho game we are cret bervjeo man rode on interest comes It will not be 'ahrcugh any ti ebox within the purpose of tho satuto of and a fourth preceded Jn tho company. Ho lato in tha aftiornoon for Col- - Little toq weak to pUy oursloves. wltji a sray-haiirto organi' coachman, and limitations, whclt required prosocu-tiou- s for now territory. It will bo ton Walter and iiu 250 marines. vho wilthln tjireo yeans- "Such a plea is pure noasense. "If othere marched behind uud beside Justices mora companies. because tho United States Is forced Mr. Mayo was a life Jong Demowere taken aboard In tugs from Jer- Uncle Sam .would Uo justice ftp oth- tho vehicle. Seated in the carriage Pitney and Vaudovonter dLssonttyAl. to tako control of the country in orsey City. The contempts charged against crat, in recent ytnrs. he ,was a poers and .insist upon Justice In return, wiht Mr. WiUsou were Secretary Tuder to prevent endless war which H was 1:15 when Admiral Wins-low'- is ho, Jias tho iwwer by hJs own strength multy and h!a p.hysicjan und naal the labor leaders occurred in 1307 tent factor Jn tlio Democratic party would ineiiaco tho 'possessions bJw flug got uuder way again and to secure that Juatico. Above a1), to aide, Dr. Cary"Crayson- - At tjio citiy and early Jn lU0S,about tJw tjjno (ho la Kentucky. At tho tllmo of his already has. passed through oho lower haibor and try to placuto foro.gn Powers so Uiat' hall, where tho cortcgo halted whllo District of Columbia supremo court death ho was Democralc National Mexico, as a peaceful republic, out to- sea. Her Immense engines, wo may bo able to bear ourselves as Major MItcJiel placed tlio city's Jssuod an Injunction prohibiting flio coiiiittcwnan from Kentucky. with an industrious and (ii.clll-ge- which excrt 21.80C liorsa powcr;had Mr. Mujo's career and achieve wo ought on the Anincan continent wieuth on a coffin and delivered a odorakon officials from boycoUng pouple. wouSJ.be almost us valubeen "turned over" while hq iwaiiln la vis fpollsh as Ignoblo. mayor stepped (.hq Bucks Stove and Itango company ments are a matter of prjtto to shout speech, tho able to do United SUutfb .w f hiiu dock, but this was tho firaY tlmo Ho did much of Ihe in"If 1 liad fgollowed such a course 'through tho crowd and ontt-rH- l tjie of s Louls.tlwu u Ja,bor war with wroo u Stato of this Union, mid that they Had dustrial duvelopmnt of tho been tried In nutual sor-vl- and asked icmUs3!0ii from foreign president's carriage. orgunizijJ labor, Hq rode with end hoped for-- TIuh U, of and they worked very well. With the acquisition of Tho labor leaders were sentenced Powers and trusted to a Btreugth not ilin to tlie iwvy yard. course, carrying speculation far into Ihj Now York, wIlI'.Ui was (bujjl at our o,vn, the American buttio flot As tbo procession passed tJo part- to Jail, but the Supremo, courtj of Ijiu ht. fortune Jlayo remaiDcd Joyul to the future, hecauso tho Mvxicsia oo- - the Brooklyn Navy Yard, has just h;a beloved mountains- - Ho continuvoyage ly completed Kimitablo structure, on UiiUjhI States, Jn 1911, set the p are nut any too lulustrlcus, nnd been completed and put n conun'3-slo- wtuld not havo malJo Jiio ri.ajd) at Palatsvllje, erecting tbp labor lead- ed aside because around tho world a voyago which iow.r Llroadway,u straugo sight mot It will require at least u generation , She Is CCS feot ut Wio nater did moi'o fpr international peaco thuu tin proeident's gaze. u if Jioix one of Uio most partial home Abovo Mm, ers Juid been proceeded to touch theSn tho tmportam.-of lino and has a displacement of 27,-0all tho preposterous urbltral ru, tier upou tier, wetv r'atcd more tho procKtllnga were a imrt of Uu? In Koatucky, Mrs. Mayo was Miss thrift, icouomy and education. tons- - She carries Jiio following ti"eat!es formed to pVnso Meek, daughter of Grtxm the lunluhlu Uui.i a Uiousuud worlwiuen in thIr boycott suit. The dtetrjet tnirt (ho Alien Tho timutny contains uilJlloiis of guns: Ten rifles, old worn on ci' both Boxes, which our oei,;Uls. then boguu .MQek, of Puiutftvllto. TJioy h?U two., Willi the ea.j that Uuor day utter Jhe reversal acres of f.jrtlllo lamls,nnd a great area four submersed torpt'do tubes, Bryan, at tho behest of Mr-- WiUon, ciill.ni; brjnigs, tlie-- beatnilo buns acP.ira.to proceedings aguinlst (ho chlldrcu, John C. C. Mayo,. Jr-- , nnd BotIs biLtahlo for truck farmiug. twenty-on- e Mary MarBar.t. nijiild fire guns, can ovolvo in Uaobo rare momr-utwhen and Kinlprw, high above the side-w.a- 'k leuibnu for thp samft pffouae. tled by(rarHiers who understand tho four aalut)lng guns, two lj up iiermltB pusinefis pf the. State; lo- vaa- from their pomt of " .business It would carry; .biHtous pouuder guna. tor.hoatsj paroea Notice. Pcndtry patted. starve iwha iuiw thi-- looked down . igmn the lato that countr'aiia 'tfuae and two machine guns, ller ketl wui aa itu lcgitlmato Intcrruptfou general to pjhi'ng cortege. Havtug purohJaued Uie llring your chtckenu to me next with tint United Staes would bg laid Septonibcr 11, 1911, und she was ploa&ure and profit." IMuny Tuved lite.r liuidn, tin? merchandise yand furniturtj b'asliw Tuesday and Wdaceday, May 19 under const rucicn about mil a privldcat looking up, Ultwl h s hat of M. T. Liiuna Jn Hartford, wo and 20, anx.g tha followJn;; cash This result cannot ho hoped for un half years. AdJltibial S. S. Report. uud smiled- solicit tjie iktrouagw of the publ.c iwici:' tn MeMco produces statesmen who! The 'New York iill uot long hald Hickory Union Suuduy School ref.tcod ut tho and promise Wilson .1 .,12c per lb. iin ax fair treatment llcu...i rrgnlzo that tlio greatest victorica tho dlstlncjon cf rxiug our largest ports 30 present May ard. Mr. Hider cLapLiIn's right and Doji-Ic- !j o, Itcviiere and low prkca a tney ctiri jyt tie per II aro tacso of peace that fche trngth naval vessel Ju sorvJco- - Thr miv. Taylor Js Bupt, owl Mis-- s a; his left, ftitui thq cha.p"a!n Rhodn to luickH ...lOc-pe- r and everythinj? tiiMt'cd lb. of a nation la not in Its armlw, but Texas Is of ti 6anu laiituin. wlille' Loach Sco-'yondrd hia prajd hit back. hold a vuatomor tho tforno pcucr-ou- .i rVyineClucltcaa .k 20o per lb. In Ita DiXKiucton of tho hkbeaaltlcj po Nevada and thu Oklahoma w'1'1 This inakea twcutV schqU UiJch having Secretary UsiuIeJu ".nd tho ., 10c pw lb. fcaturm th&t hav aJWiH' h- 4ii'27.r,no frm unit m i..ni,ii liavo reported out. of u'hout 100 tin tJio ! prttside-uof llfo lind that in this'njro Ba"BJL-'ru-n facing each c)Jier t)io taincd ut tUnNm. foclKrrs market pr!cs. A.tlon. canJoni!, statfl lvidod Jnto two vania, now, under coiistuctjoa, will county, wajcuting an utti(huicij of front of tb.fi platform. WY ttjH wOi- - I" WE.KIiLia, lVn ino.. estcosiop'-lirextreme chuwe . more iwttycrlul mojvtcr of at Jeat 5,000 for the day- - . . "f iwcre'ary recijed Uio uamca cf tjne- loducQ MnSiaat,-Harflord- , iiuwuwt. "oS'? icm ior Id all pnabU(tjr, If tho United '3M09 toa. K. W. FOJU teen wen Ui Klipje fco'fierUe wr- ACTON 'BROTJJWvS. Ky. Jlcnry Wulterson has not pernutUM the gayoty of Pans to lntcrforo with were sixMkliig of force of habit, and Henry C. .Hall, recently nude a member of the Interstate Com tnence Commissionwas reminded of a lirotty lltlto telephone girl named .Miss Marie Ono night Miss Mario ,wcnt to church mid, boiivg somqwhat JJrod, she fell asleep during the rather pro tracted sermon. mnally, the was conc'iudtVl, and after the usual praynr, the minister )IcKt,d up the liynmal. "Urctliren and sisters," Jic glancing at tho choir and then al tlio congregation, 'Vve shall sing hymn 313 Hymn 343." "Tlic 'Hit Js Jiusy," cried Miss Ma rie, suddenly waiting and Jicanjns the dominie's Uu wonJs. 'Tleasu ca'J again." er-m- on Twenty Five More Than a Million People Saw is to Submit ' The Seventeen Flag in Coal Mines Throughout to Blackmail. Draped Coffins. Eastern Kentucky. Para, May 12. Colonel Roosevelt, New York, May 11. To the men In an interview today, attacked Presi of tlic navy who dkvl Jn the oscupa-tio- n dent WlVscn's free toljs repeal proof; Vera Cruz the city, the gram and his proposal to gho Co and the nation paid tribute y in lumbia $25,000,000 In return for a a demonstration chiefly remarkable 9t0 to-da- fjt nt aet toi'a - - cr intol-luooi- al - slow-movi- o do-hi- re od pop-u'ut- - nt Kon-tuckui- co Is-t- ho coti-vlo'i- n. ugai-tiKj- 21-ln- a4 . any-vl(ir- . au-ppe- t 1 m- palyVK Turly.... jkal'ar am i M "Coulter's Hell " At a recent gathering In Milwaukee a minister was callCarpenter' Bench and the Shavings That Fell From It. ed on to toll a story, find Chjs is IHit graphic description of a visit to what ho to! J: The Thermometer Verdict Is Very "D.d you ever hear nt Coulter's OF Women to Whose Rare Loveliness . Victor Hugo lu Guernsey and of his Misleading at Times. hell?Of tho two men Jo 1y qunim nouie mere is mc v) iuu iuio the Mobs Paid Homage. Sir William Ilutler In his autoblogra. great Ijwls and Olaxk expedition of phy: 1S03 on Its long Journey tfirousli tho "Of the many curious things to be TEMPERATURE AND THE BODY Northwest, onq was a man named A RIOT ONE MAID WHO CAUSED seen In Hnutevllle House the master's Coulter. Ho was captured by Indians, ftlnpnltip rnnm fho fttninirpsL tip by Atmospheric Condition!, Moisture and whp stripped uim and set him to runSuch had It built on the roof between two ; Th Chrm of Julie Durrler Yv Wind, Exercise an Influence Over the ning the gauntlet. You asgreat blocks of chimneys. ILER & BARNETT That a Surging Crowd, Eager For a "Outrunning their blowsio snatchHuman Machine That Is Lost Upon cended to his workshop bedroom by View of Her Face, Wrecked a Cafe. d stairs which somewhat resembled a a Masa of Mercury In a Glass Tube. ed & spt-o- from the last Indlan.kttl-cARCIltH Peorless Countess Castiglione. Jiim with it, and run Into the ladder. Quite half of tbe room was Do not let the thermometer fool you. "They can't walk Iti the park," wroto gloss, and the view from It was mag- It Is a very deceptive Instrument for mountains, naked and wounded, but ILERS' GROCERY or Horace Walpole or the beautiful Gun- nificent- The Isles of .Icthou and Sark those who do not know bow to use It at !ast freo and armctt. Wandering nings Jn 1751, "or u to Vuiixliiill. but were in the middle distance, and heaud sometimes for those who do, or toward the southeast ho presently youd lay many a mile the Norman REPUBLICAN OFFICE found himself In a land when; the sucb mobs follow them tli.it they are coast. Alderuey lay to of north, and think they do. the You may glance at your thermom forces of nature apieared to Elizabeth. beyond jrencrnlly driven awny." liavc it one saw the glistening win.Murlu and Kitty Gunning were three dows of the triple lighthouses on the eter, hanging Just outside the door. gone mail togoUior. Vroni Rivers me winter morning and see the n,,r-rig- which Ji" sought to drink ran hot over Casquet rocks and still more to tll0 Mail Orders Given Prompt $ B. beautiful sisters ubo. coiiilm: " water, boiling fountains gushed hun""j" lioiu Ireliiud In lT.'U. took London by the bl,h rld.es overlooking Cher- a nt the mere sight of that Attention. tonn. Nor was tbe furore tbat their hours. The bed was a small camp bedPHYSICIAN OSTEOPATHIC volcadreds of feet In the ur, beauty created of brief duration, for stead, with a table on one de of It needle of glacial metal, contracted noes of black mud vomited him, i' at down almost to the bottom of Its tube, nine J ears later we lead lu tbe l.ondou and a small desk chest of drawers on Consultation and examination tnv. snow-whuChronicle of Maria (luunliit;. by that the other, with pens. Ink and paper al- as If seeking refuge, and glittering bubbling fountains of J. C. ILER Off, u All kinds of 'diseases treated 'mud gushed around, with others of there like a miniature icicle cut off sliue Countess of Coventry, aud Ljdy ways within reach. short. i crimson ALLISON HARNETT 2nd floor, Cascbler building A and bluo aud Krceu. Wnldcgrnve. "tbat two ladles of dis"Near the bed 3tood a small stove. You wrap yourself up as for an arc- mountain of pure sulphur awl crystinction (who bad, It seems, been which he lighted himself every moru- BEAVER DAM. KY. by tbe mob, as tbe phrase ing nud on which he prepared his cafe tic Journey before venturing out. thrust tals rose on one hand, and tfrcan bethe Sunday before walked up and an lait. Then work began at the largo your gloved hands Into your big over- side a stream ro3C another composed K -down tbe walks of St. James' park, ' table which stood in the glass alcove n coat pockets, put on your car shields, of .black g'oss, almost as clear as a preceded by soldiers from Uie guard a few feet from the foot of the bed. start on a run for your otllco or the window pane. precaution which gave uo small This work weut on till it was time to railroad station In order to get your "At last, escaping from die place, to tbe rest of tbe company, who dress and descend to dejeuner in the blood into a state of defensive circfrequently obliged to go out of i room used for that purpose on the ulationand In two or three minutes ho was found by some trappers.who were their path to make way for tbe proees-loi.- " ground floor. As the sheets of writing you are streaming with perspiration! clothd.1 him and took him ,to St. paper were finished they were number You turn down your collar, open your Louis, whore they reported him as ntboiiRh ono whose mind had been .wrecked Equally potent was the beauty of i cd aud dropped on the floor to be pick- - lcoat and ,fl,,d tu do Castiglione. who, at cd up. arranged and put away Id tbe not exactly balmy, decidedly bracing by his experiences. Wherever ho told the Countess her first appearance at a ball given by UlUttL'l UU3I, Ul IUU CMU Ul UJC UJVIU- - and agreeable. ho Yet there bangs that thermometer, of the frightful country which Napoleon 111. at tbe Tuilerlcs. created ing's labor. He called the writing ta- swore he had seen men reared w,tfi steadily marking zero! fcuch a sensation on ber entrance that ble bis 'carpenter's bench' and tbe It has deceived you, but still It ha? mirth at tho yarn, and .mado him tell :Jio dancers stopped motionless aud the leaves which fell from It his 'shavings.' "Movies" The Great Edison Star of the baud ceased, guests and "It w:i nt thlt table mill In this nlrv told the truth yet not the whole ' truth. and -- dell it, till within a fdw ears " zero It went all over the West as au exmusicians ail pressing forward in their attic that most of the great work of j011'? tllc tnlt ns lt sccs ngcmess to catch a glimpse of the his later life was done. Here were weatucr for tl,e thermometer, but It Is ample of tho effect of tt-- horrorts of You want to read this sensational newcomer. Wherever she went after- written 'Les Mlserables.' Les Travail - , no zer weather for you. Evidently bqlns lost on the human mind. It was Story. Not (iotion, hut'fuuts. The ward her peerless loveliness produced leurs de la Mer and many volumes of yur bodr nd the thermometer have commonly k::own a3 "the story of actual experiences of an actual girl not the same standards of measure a like effect, people climbing on to poetry." Coulter's holl," and under that name ment. chairs and benches to see her pass, with actual photographs in WomBut a few days later perhaps you ill frequently appeared in the East-ewhile when, lu 1&U2. she visited the TRAVEL WITH A ROPE an's World for May. papers In the early '30s und look again at your thermometer un tbe London opera tbe audience stood upon himself finally died, regardthe beats and struggled for every plaeo Be Sure You Have One Handy if You porch as you are about to go about your business, and you And tbat It ed to tho last as a hopeless maniac. SUBSCRIBE FROM US! SUBSCRIBE NOW! of vantage from which to gaze upon Take a Trip to Italy. marks a very comfortable sum of dethe lovely Florentine. "And then, In 1SC9, some Montana Tbe following extracts from an ar- grees above zero, what might truly be Funny Murray about tbe middle of ticle In the Woman's HomeCotnpaulon YOU GET trappers wandered Into the region century was one of tbe explains why no one should travel in called balmy weather for winter. You and came back with the astounding have forgotten the disagreement that toasts of tbe town. Uer beauty was Italy without a rope: Green's Fruit Grower, Woman's World, Farm Life, you had with of sci- tale that Coulter had etold tho truth, beyond question and created such n "Let me urge tbe tourist not to fall ence the other the Instrumentyou bow aud had never been Insane at all. Home Life and Tbe HARTFORD REPUBLICAN morning, and nt Tunbrldge Wells, whither she to provide himself with a stout rope stir ... Iki a rtivnln If o,,.u The government, immediately rushed went to drink the waters, as to nece- a piece of clothesline Is excellent Lu .. rwnf1,1l,,r,l 1 ,. .liu-, .1 7 ssitate tbe formation of a special guard with which to tie up tbe iue mr is coimoruiuiy warm, nuu too soldiers and scientist into the coun1 All Five Papers The Biggest Bartrunk which of ber admirers, who kept 'off tbe Is to go Into tbe Italian baggage car. thermometer surely ought to know, try, and before long It, became tho crowds tbat Hocked and pressed around If you do not you may miss many since it is Its sole business to measure Yellowstone National Park. And ,that Year, only gain ever Offered temperatures. iier when she walked on the Pantlle Is a trick of tbe train You leave off your 'heavy coat and is the story of Coulter's hell. and other public resorts. Indeed, such canny connections. It .Italian baggage master. "It strikes jue.howover," olided the was tbe fame of ber beauty that from your wraps, bare your throat and your subscription has not expired "When you go to check or 'register' miles around tbe country folk came In start bravely awny for otflee or sta- minister, "that tho story has a mor- your trunk at the railway station this yet rejiew at onco and get the May wagons, carts or nny vehicle that could a tion, trying to feel as geiii.il as the nl to the effect that thero is issue of Woman's World with this be procured and wheu one was not crafty robber will try to stick his thprmnmntnr - :i.uurorl mil hnt thn certain other hell, in .whose existence linn -. Angers under tbe lock or uuuer the available they hesitated not to walk wonderful story. weaiuer is. inn you are not nuiiwuy some people still do no; belloe, but that they might feast their eyes on the staples at the sides. Then be will to your destination before a shiver shrug his shoulders and tell you blandto whose reality there are likely celebrity from town ly that he cannot accept the trunk for runs down your back, your nose be- to learn." Milwaukee Journal. Tbe good looks of Julie Durrler comes an icicle, your ears smart and drew after ber a crowd wheu she registration, as it is uot fastened se- burn, and you begin to sneeze or euough and if the baggageman Coughed for Throe Years. walked through the streets of Ma- curely cough. You feel th.it you have laid rseillesa fact that the proprietor of an stole any of your effects while en the foundation of a serious "cold." "I am a lover of your godsend to eating house was not slow to avail route the railroad would be respon- which will probably put some money humanity and science- Your juedicine, himself of when be engaged the slrl to sible. The trunk must be tied with a tin the pocket of your neighbor, A MONTH the Dr. King's Now Discovery, cured my WHY NOT MAKE $200.0 fen e In his establishment. For a few rope and sealed, he will tell you. bunt-lug- . doctor. cough of three years Btamling," sas go rope "You have no time to days nil went well, aud Monjface was But If. scared by the thought of Jennie Flemniing, of Now Dpver, Ohio a Week, almost $10.00 a Day You have to buy a rope from beginning to rejoice over his fortuua you will return home In Have you an annoying cough? Is it when he suddenly realized that one can him. He charges you what he thinks pneumonia, Selling Victor Safes and boxes have more tliiin enough of n good thlug he can make you pay. The price de- - . baste rou wl" see ,ls vo S,ance nt ll stubborn acil won't ie!d to treatto merchants, doctors, lawjers, tlrntUtg and farmer, allot whom re.illretlio need pends on bow many minutes you still in passing that the thermometer on ment? Get a 50c. bottle of Dr. King's when the crowd, of which the dimen of a safe, but do not know how It Is to own sions grew larger every day. swarmed have to catch your train. Then he tbe porch still stares you down with Now Discovery one. statesmen declare our proposition one of What It did tho best, clean-cu- t opportuniinto his establishment lu their eager- clips on a little leaden tug where the its Impudent assertions that the air ties eter received. Without irr lous pxiierl. this morning is only moderately cold. fpr Jennie Flcmmlug it will do for ness to view the beautiful lie be mid. rope is knotted, and your trunk is once YOU ran duplicate the succesi of others. K Our handsomely illustrated on his attempting to eject some of the catalog i sealed. It is a very serious of- Just about right temperature to be en- you, no matter how stubborn or joyable and healthful. will enable vuu to ureiteiit thn Kiilneot inma. chronic a cough may be- - It stops a' most persistent broke Into Vjpeu tu- fense to break this seal. ' inniprjl In nn Inter. tlntr ft. m.mii. a. ftinitnh " Now, where la the origin of the de- cough and stops throat ar.U mult, destroying the tables and chairs, "Now, then, if your trunk Is roped lung you wtrevllotlnf? them through our factory. Men appointed us sP talesmen receUs advice and Instructions for sflllni? b leaking the glasses and. in short, when It reaches tbe hands of tbe boss ception and why are you warm when ((rouble. Relief or money back. 50c. convlnclnir talking oolnta which It Is lui possible for a..safes. nHlnr. prospective customer to deny, WM wrecking the restaurant, whence the baggageman he Is required at your re- tbe thermometer Is cold and cold when and $1.00, dun't YOU be the first to apply from your vicinity before someone else sets the ter tory at your Druggist. We can favor only one salesman out ot each locality. cause of tbe uproar was lucky In escap- quest and upon payment of 2 cents the thermometer Is warm? Bucklen's Arnica Saho for PImplos-- , Tnezuh anniversary or our ing by a back exit. The next day the to affix the official seal. So, as a last Tbe whole trouble arises from the company was celebrated by erecting the most modern safe place was closed, and boon afterward word, don't forget tbe rope!" essential difference between a simple fsctory in the world. M -- ile. Durrler left tbe town. machine consisting of a glass tube and men who received our special selling Inducement, More extraordinary still was the a little mercury and a complicated livGolfer's Great Catch. 2isrwl It lcMaj7 ing body with Its multitude of Interrecreated at Toulouse toward the A good story is told of the late WilWe rw syneJsl clobe of the sixteenth century by a liam many thousands of dollars Mollison. tbe actor. Playing on lated parts and functions. Tbe therla rains our sales organliattos paragon of. beauty known only to fame a Tnyslde links, but to learn all particulars, g he was driving off at mometer hns only one v:ay of feeling as La Belle I'aulc. Whenever she will coat you only the price 4 tbe seventh hole (which stands on a changes of temperature and only one postal card. In public she was at once sura burn In wuy of responding to them viz. by high rounded by a crowd of men and wo- front), embankment with waggle, Ask for Catalogue 16T. either expansion or contraction of the and after tbe usual he men belonging to nil classes, whose adlet go. But the head of bis driver was liquid metal lu Its tube. The human miration grew to be a positive-dange- r THE VICTOR body Is a beat engine continually raoff It to Its object, who rnu more than, a loose. and came bim and went Into tbe diating nway the heat produced within Mrs. Aselin Was Restored to with nothing but left chance of being crushed to death in tbe burn SAFE & LOCK G); It by Its vital processes, and Its princiHealth by Lydia E. Pink-prcbs. as. Indeed, was more than one tho shaft, with the whipping straight- pal means of feeling changes of temened out one eud attached to tbe of her worshipers. In these circumham's Vegetable - 4 OUf'Ntw'Ham! CINCINNATI, OHIO perature occurring outside itself Is 20,000 Sales Annually. stances appeal was made to the civic shaft and tbe other to the. bead of tbe through the different rates at which its club. There he stood a la angler, then Compound. authorities, who. after due consideral radiated awny to surtion, agreed to supply ber with protec- he was heard to shout to his caddie: Inborn heat rounding objects or the surrounding tion against her too ardent admirers on "Get the landing net ready, you fool! Minneapolis, Minn. "After my little vvvevv4-fs44444fco;idltln that she should at certain I've got u ten pounder here!" World air. When the air is dry on a cold morn- one vos born I was sick with paina in of Golf. boors walk abroad so thnt the public my sides which the ing there Is little or no evaporation, might look upon her face. This, after doctors said were and the sMu is not seriously affected Clear Coffee. some (lemur, she agreed to do, so twice caused by inflammaIt Is rather expensive to u an egg by the cold, lint if the air N charged n week the populace of Toulouse were tion. 1 suffered a every morning to settlu jour coffee, as with moisture the invisible water ko cullect In orderly throngs permitted TRY IT 10 DAYS great deal every to view her. whom they regarded us a great many do. and It Is not clear and drops evaporate on touching the skin inon tit and grew very little less than a goddess. Loudon Tit-- free from grounds if m (mil It. I'm mid by their cut pom t ion abstract heat Since last June, over thin. I was under the your colTf-- In the coffeepot, pour boil- from the body, which feels the result-Ju- g Hits. 12,000 otliccs have adoptdoctor's care for two ing water hi and set where It will be chill deep within So If the air is ed this Adder. long years without lint, but urn bull. If you hare your still the cold does not penetrate, but If Firing Big Guns. any Finally Each took the machino roffct' mound line jou will set better It Is breezy new pai tides of cold air Commander Iteginault of the French after repeated sugon trial. Each made a navy in un address to an association tluvor and It will lie ready in about ten ire continually swept ngitliist tho skin gestions to try it wo ten-da- y of civil engineers calculated Unit the minutes. It ground coarse allow about and in oio and more heat Is abstracted test. cot Lydia E. Pink- from the body. (iariett I. Servlss lu a large twenty minutes. force del eloped Jn the heart of They found the machine ham's Vegetable Comiwund. After tab .Spokane Spokesman cannon firing a .500 kilogram projectile ing the third bottle of the Compound I to be rapid and compe Usually Brobe. with a miiv.le velocity of 900 Indies a was able to do my housework and today t-- tent. Even a child can "Flit her?" Is equivalent to 25,000.000 horseBalfour and His Verb. I urn strong and healthy again. I will "What Is It. OhuihS" Auioti:; pruM-tln.v r.iiilsli operate it. And anyone, power. Th nt of a field gun firing a answer letters if anyone wMies to know "Why nte foine men culled soldiers orators llio liibor leailcr nu about my projectile weighing about seven kilowith little practice, can " Mrs. Josi:i'H Aseun, ca.e. grams with a muzzle velocity of GOO of fortune'" the Ioti;,'L-- t :is well to tin mot reiomlltu 623 Monroe St.,N.L,.,Minncapolis,Minn. compute a hundred fig"I don't know, my son. I never saw "wunl.s. Mr. It.ilfoUr. liuivwer, la pretinches I 115.000 horsepower. ures a minute. one of them with money." Youus-towty Iir0 to boat tit polysyllable disLydia E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Telegram. plays. In a h'cimjIi mi iliiallsm In It does all that is done S mado from native roots and fS SAT f A Red Tape. tlellvt;rivl by $150 machines, and it time uko. Iiu horbs, contains no narcotics or harmful oil tunc Is tbe bulwark of Inferior uscU the wnul "tllcliot'omlze." Tin- - re- drugs, and today holds tbe record of Wise Girl.' - ' - ts-'-rr tnhids L'luguaga. la said to conceal never makes mistakqs. Alice-- Hnw tunny times two u Id you porter, not having lienrtl "ot this being tho most successful remedy we thought; rtd tape paralyzes 'action. Every oiilce, stdre sind uuike a man proHsp Iq you befoni yon Ktrnime verb, iiciil a eoiisulmtlo'n about know for woman's ills. If you need such Politician i ose red tape to create factory needs this American Adder, None will go without it after to Mr. Bal- a medicine why don't you try it? government would hi i aid .e? Mnrlelf yon 'have to mako ft aud sent up " nu-siWIMnul It knowing what it does. him pii'i(ms belter say yes the Out four asking if their nolo was correct bo fcltnple niM everybody would under' f you hare tli slightest doubt Id reply tliey received a dcllsbtful Ask .us to j?end one on ten days free trial. it incurs no oiiiiL'iU stand t H" you would uccotnplMi big itine. lfosruu Traveler. "Did I reully use kucIi a that Lydia I?. IMiikluim'ttVeguti-bl- e results, riik not upon tho tape when tton. Learn what it means to you. Telephone us now. Iliiilt by Sometimes Not.' word? Vas ltd. verb or a substnntlvtjV Compound will help yon, write X AMERICAN CAN CO., CHICAGO. Sold. by it i red - i ife. "Seeing Is belli ring " quoted Ibesage; Make it 'blies't.VVIiitloii Stuudaid. to Lydia ICPliikliiMiiltfedlcbioCo. I buw, I ! (confidential) Lynn.AlHss,, tor ud Tbffe' U u nood deal of cheer on tt'Oh. iIimi'i wouldn't see men erery 6c day whom, 1 thieve, under Tolly lt never Jons pleased, wltu vice. Your letter will be opeuotf. Jcirsey If It bo made ivltlt'x eoiV nth ' Clucliitintl Kuqulrer,' Proverb. W. lesitcd j read nad uuywered by a wotiiau. ftHU Wtl iu s)lUC(CQUUfteJCO LURED BHEAUTY HUGO'S WORKSHOP. I WARMTH AND GOLD well-kno- I MAGAZINES ALL KINDS Ordered I - ' ? "? ' L to t t t t t i G. DOCRERY I r- of-Je- 1! ' I -' "Thrilling Moments in the Life of a Moving Picture Actress" By MAYY FULLER of the o m $1.25 If --- .- .- - - - That's $50. to-da- y. y 1 The flre-pro- well-tcwl- ry e nioney-inaklti- Wlde-awa- ks n AFTER SUFFERING ut. TWO LONG YEARS I $35 American Adder 1 purlin-menlnr- y n Com-poun- d, win-catio- A 11 esui e J if' CARSdN t CO., Hartford, Ky. ttmt-Yundyc- EDW. W SMITH. Prcn. II. n. PAYM!, Sec and Trcn-- . .1 J LKACII.MnniiKcr Blunder That Simply Prove a PeriotVi Good Judgment. Tnl.e n siifu iillltiw In one hand. tint. A Very Raw Recruit Who Got a ni it cnrcfniiy until you think you liavo ii rlht Miixf of Us weight. Hold Very Warm Reception. n laryc trliixs in (m other linuil nnd lintc some one pinir water Into It until HIS CLASH WITH "OLD BULL." UMI ,l,,l,k ll M(,Kl,s !,1"mt ,,s ,n,,tl1 n 'ilicii wel'li (lie two and j tho pillow, M'f iiimv mi- out oi i iic wny you are. After the Quite Informal Introduction Or take a f.ii In one hand nnd put In to the Colonel Was Effected the Ta-- . tl.o other HH iiiiiny eolus as joti think i bles Turned and "Corporal Suds" Got may li neeilcil to lialnuce It- - You will llml jour Jiiilmiieiit far from euirect. a Dose of His Own Medicine. 'i'nlfc two Mmic Jars. Kill one with (Jcnt r..l V.. V. .Sumner, w ho was long hot nter nnd the oilier with cold and Jcolnnel In command of the "fighting k a friend to sny which Is the heavSeientli" cavnlrj. uai known to the ier of the two. The bottle with lint rank and Hie of his regiment us "Old water will seem '27, per cent heavier. liull" Ills Kiuff manners may lime, Take three aitleles welshing tho i hail FoiuetliliiK to do with (he nlrk-- I Rame. Put one on the ground, one on name, but It enme to him falily by hi a table and one on a high shelf. Ak heritunee. His father, (leueral Sum.' a fileuil to lift them and determine ' tier, hole It before lilm. which of the thiee Is heaviest. He When the Secnth was stationed at will pick the one on the shelf as the the (Irnut. Ail.oua.a very raw leciuit ' one which I'ort wcluhs the most time. i was sent on fiom Kansas City. As! The laws of Illusion In vrviy are weight him from ' usual, thu men pere(,-utc- l quite and it Is marvelous to see the start. Ilu relurneil meekly from what eact. proportion of people will a large tlie oriluaiicc Ktores with the Inforina- - ' make exactly the same mistake In ev tloii that "left handed ramrods" weie aitly the same way. Thus the pillow all i.rone: ullliout ImIHiikiiii eyelash he reported that the serueant In charge seems lighter than It Is because Its appearance suggests lightness. Of two of the post exehansi. swore at lilm weights the one that Is the larwlieu he applied for his "butter similar ger In size will always seem the light clieekH." They look his la.t two bits away from lilm In the canteen In some er. That Is why the weight of the cap litHMispocus .'nine. After supper he was will be underestimated In the evpcrl "blanket tossed" until the arms of the inelit just ilest rlhed. Any change from normal temperaL3iBbbsi!"j Ib BBSBSBBBsseBBssaivsi tjassssBSBSBsssiarTSF tosxeiH rew weary, and three times ture, either hot or cold, will appear to t his bunk collapsed amid Hint roars of merriment. The recruit then Imreaso the temperature. A piece of J a "T rSk- - l Jfr " cave up the struufjle and lay shivering ice the mum weight as n glass of waZj ter will seem to weigh twice us much. upon the lloor until morning. The extra exertion needed to sustain com He neither murmured nor ' . IV '. A MU plained. In fact, he seemed to be so mi- - n" weight of an object either above or sophisticated that when lie asked his below our natural reach seems to make nmlll PornnrMl lllinm Ii.. fnillit liitt-- ' t heavier, mill for tills reUSOIl tllG some washing done the corporal, with ' weight on the shelf will seem to have a jerk of his thumb. Indicated the com- - the adtnntage. Does this show what poor Judges we uiandlng olllcer's house on the corner V the parade. "Go over to that big are? Not at all. It only proves our house," the corporal directed. "Take good judgment, it is liuc tuc sail case your bundle with you and ask for Old of the college student In a class on op Hull. He takes In all the washiii' ut tics who could sec through the illusions, so that matters which appeared tills post." Incorporated. Grasping Ills little bundle, the green crooked to the rest of the class, al lad from Kansas City shambled across though they were really straight, apthe parade, mounted the colonel's front peared straight to him. Instead of stoop and Innocently pulled the door- ! complimenting him on his discernment. Complete House Furnishing; Store The bell. The Joke wns an old one, as Old the professor promptly expelled the Bull had never been known to answer student from the class on the ground the bell In person, and more than one that he was drunk. And he was!-N- ew in Western Kentucky. York American. recruit had learned the way to "Soapsuds row" after u tongue lashing from Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Window Shades, the commandant's dusky maid of all TRAGIC LAUGHTER. Matting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators shown work. And as she bad threatened to "FIGURES IS SMITH'S who bothered her in large varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN scald the next uiau and Nitroglycerin Form a about bis washing the tip was passed VibrationPerilous Combination. WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. along from troop to troop, and the men An accident, said to be the most exMwartned out on the verandas to see traordinary on record, occurred at Given Mail Orders. We the fun. fields in the Baku district of Dut just as the recruit pulled the bell some oilon The Russia, Caspian who should step out but Old Bull him- sea. One the borders of the oil (Mention The Republican wells of the big "gusher" self, booted and spurred for his morn- became choked, and. with a view of ing ride blowing It clear, a number of Iron "W'hat ,do you waut bere5" he thun- idrums full of nitroglycerin were dered, surprised to see an enlisted man . brought down by rail from Dcrbend ' at his front door. nnd deposited overnight In a large shed "1 I lf wanted to see about gettln which was used by the men as a sort of nuu socks none up, iiiese canteen. I BUCKSBTS SEEM SUCCEED stammered the frightened The steward of this establishment, a recruit "They told me to come over Greek named Darlos, opened one of the nrrmnrn Send model, I SPECIAL OFFER: hero and ask for Old Bull." he adijcd. te kIM New lUslarsa. AtrlilwllP 'drums for some reason best known to I re feT'lrr. bow to obtain ilenta, trade lais,l make you our Dennaueut customer. t.... If.l II. .11. I .........l .!."I copittiliu. He IN ALL COUNTRIES. iu4Ua.ii varieties Mw rn1li-- f I am i.,, is kinds t T.M.t-C- 11-- colonel, . "ion come along with me and- himself and decanted a small quantity mr iTiiiiiiT. Puines dirtrt V.UH Washington larti limf.l ,0I1Ki d,,nserous quId ,nt0 the (meat Tenia. T splendid i o.i.., a mm of wintry an J rj:tm ittpauni. luib. u Tuitilra to all. point out the man that sent you over itu,n g)ass UfcW, fm Patent ind lifrlngtment Practlci Eicluthely. vodkn Th,s GCABANTEKU TO I'LLAaC Welti, nr mm to U, at here, he went on as he grasped the e ,aced on 8,)elf beljlnd ,ue bar Mention this Paper. Write T10 Iliath Stmt, nu Ualte4 States rateat 0os, I astonished youth and hurried him to- - j guortly WjSWWOTOH. P. C. fterwaril there entered a ward the troop quarters. workman named Borkovitcli. who was SEND 10 CENTS rue crowns upon me verautias men famous for the boisterous hilarity of Ll9MvwiUfeVB44HlMMrtcWtkUTlaftkl ) i coitMUoo oc MlMif, vrtDr wits my tut cd away ns Colonel Sumner approachhis miiuner and especially for his loud, nefteiiiiHi NfiMa i'itt iairUTv U n TtmUM OI MMI, fUDU. oi.a tMU ed,' but tlii guilty corporal was found !. resouant laughter. H.W. BbcOh, "" "TmSB.'aLt lurking In the troop barber shop. Some The sight of nitroglycerin In a vodka heated language ensued, and then at tumbler so excited his risibility that he thu end of the painful Interview Old gave vent to a series of stentorian gufBull delivered himself thus: If you aro not familiar with Llppln- faws. This set the half tilled glass "Corporal. 1 ought to have you court "ringing." and the treacherous con cOtt's you nro doing yourself nntl martlaled. I could bine your stripes tents immediately exploded. the publishers an injustice. taken 'away and see that you got about The concussion sullicod. in its turn, to thirty days Into the bargain or I could explode the rest of the stuff in the have you lined. But you've been one drums, entirely demolishing the shed You're always nnd killing the persons, all who were of my best noucoins. sober and u good shot, and so I'm not In It at tlie time. The barman escaped going to take your chewous, your lib-- through having gone down Into the eel ty or jour money away from jou. lar Just previously, whence he distinct i uiU UrontptlT obulnrd in S Hut since you're such an expert on iy heard the laughter, followed by the I nil couDtrlv vrno feu. vbuln PATENTS laundry matters I order you to do tlilsi musical "ringing" of the thin tumbler "The Standard Fiction Magazine II THAT PAVial"rUUinttlwnniLljr,at our eiiKiiM. jiditttli ou tit tucveM. man's washing on the front porch of and the two explOsIous. Pearson's Hend iuto or utetcta tor FREE rport of America" these quarters every Monday morning Weekly. on r wntaumy. hi nan- - practice. BUR- PASSING REFEF1CNCCS. ForfraeUuide at guard mount. ih.ok on lYoniable ratenlt writ to Expansion. "And you. lie bellowed, turning to NOW JN ITS 4Gth YEAR BO3-B0- B Seventh D. c. A very recruit and shaking his mnsninuTUN, Street, tho lilm. "you see that you gauntlets himself tostout feljow once presented Sir Francis Burdett and have at ut $3.00 a Year 25 Cents a Copy least two suits of underclothes nud asked him If he bail u situation to give seveu pairs of 6oeks for bltu every lilm. fThe" first nuiKazlno to originate the ....,..... .. 01. ... "I do not know you." said Sir Fran week. And If lie don't wash 'em clean vuwjuv.iv JUCu puuilBlllllB cis, looking at him. jou report to Old Bull, that's me!" novel In each number.) "Why. have you forgotten me?" said And thereafter for several, months, until n baud of Touto baslu Apaches file fellow. "1 was formeily a page In A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION house." went on a rampage and gave them "My dear boy." said the baronet more terlous things to think about, tho THE BRINGS YOU men of the Seventh looked forwurd "you have become a volume!" Pear SEWINC happily to Monday morning guard son's Weekly. MAchmNB 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short CO mount. Tlie noncommissioned launCO Timely Articles. OF Stories. Minuteness of Molecules, j dry man became known as "Corporal HuQUALITY. StriMng Poems. 200 Pages of Molecules are so minute tha't there Suds" and was teased about the affair mor. until the day a pleco of Spanish shrap- are' about a sextllllon of them In a nel cut short his existence. Youth's cubic inch of nlr. These ut freezing temperature oscillate back and forth at NOT Companion. Llpplncotfs Is cnjoylnga big The SOLD the rate of 1,470 . feet, Thousands ol popularity. of average length of' their path betweeu UNDER Consistent. new readers have been addoj to Its Is 'about out ANY "Tho people who say that women oscillations subscrWo" ll8v during tho past OTHER seventy-sevethousandth of nn Is nre Inconstant und Inconsistent." de- and few months, and Its circulation NAME. philosopher of folly, "are inch. Each comes into collision with flates the Increasing rapidly. a secdead wrong. A few years ago a girl ItSifellows about 5.000.000 times ond. und WARRANTED'FOR ALL TIME. told me she was Just twenty-twIf you purclioMs tlio NKW JIOMK you will she sticks to the same figures today." REDUCE THE A Long Message, HOW TO liuvo a life atKct ut tlio price you i0'i uud will Cleveland Lender. The longest Item of news ever 'tele rvpulra. 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If thero is nd agnt In your tow n glvo your fouler s' t6 tho papor In appears which tl"iJsrtilf.irVibeinent (you nmy"'oJMr' 'special clubblna nito), or st'3,Hi,'tne onfer' direct to UJf ' " tho Courler-Joartra- l.' 'COOllVC'ltyOOnXAL WEEKLT discontinued! tju TAKM AND FAMILY, a mont extejlont llluMrat-c- d monthly magazine, la a worthy successor. Tho prlco is onl)- - 25- ceU "a'yenf. Ask for A Baiuplo copy, has-bee- o 1 ' To-da- 'i J IsYourSkla Clear as a Baby's? .. m a H h ,Uu. Ufa "H? UI ...1.1. (tf...lau Ill.Jf tav. 5 liZViui.irK VTi.,...,.. rH..uluu.l.lkW MM.rfl".rl "r.Mf I7JOIP" M,MnBaa"TTir-- T ' JOHNSTON. HOI.tflV.AY W3 n i m 1. ma I" JMK ??:jwiKlS '", or U Goifrier-Joilrn- al Gompane Washington I'uiLAUELi'MiA i Tje fjew 0ing Sofflij Machine Co., Oiapge, Mass. WIvsiTli 1,4 ttdeajaiAr !) i f Jnporpornteil LOUISVILLE, ItY. W ft fill Works, nrc rutin. ng with 10,000 Jess W, Udd.tional iW men Uian thoy had a year ngo- - Do- jdtlJniB ,1 day faces the American WESTERN INTERESTS partinent Kntwd ocror.ilr to lnw nl tk l',,,,of"f manufacturers .And ill iuldll.on 10 the' :nt nro filling up w th Wtfor...hy.. ..mn.l .it,r of th, cuml )iuml!cap( thpre , t,R1 uU,00,. f )r foro.gu-niad- e go.ds. These condlt.otis At ' arc universal and they are having tlrasiuc business legslatlon lltTit wl'l m expenses .v.i-- curia .1 his promillCnt Utah Democrat OuitS ,l10 r nurh' ll cfftot upo!l t,,u H1 ,l" C. M.BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Ifcrcase h.s -t tqrN BARNETT. Associate tailor ii ui iituun. "-.yiuuiu At jj Party and Joins the Free-Trad- e Hus there been any change for lilio n, Special Sale. Address nil communications to se.tor in living cost to onset ui s'newj Protectionist Ranks. In order to nrliieo my steels I will e .mpsU.on? Have the army of con- Thn Hartford Rentibllcan s. 11 lu:' (vm.i only until June 10, In lower sinners received a boneflt ihh, tr ns .'tug tis .t lasts, ui pr ccs? Has the man who buys h.s NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS The Republican party of Utah 's U of the refill ii mw goods over the counter HDtoriirM .iirine tii fni'Ti-ptittin store bten e.iabled to make a sav- - ho .coagra tula ted on u.ho access on of Iliui and SUlpjtuff, pure wheat ddwi product, at per owt Rolapp to ata ranks. The $1.C0 jnt. jug? There hns been no audi change. Judge II. of V, The now Tariff has produced results stump of approval coming from a ma. Bran, nurc ivh.:it nroduct. nt for Kh i !i.i.,n,.n.,...rfinii ptr per cwt Judge Rolapji's standing in the $t,50 M UMtnntlM, llMiliitloniiii'l.!iMotTtatil!.V only on one s.do of the lodger. The of consideraw per I Id mowy in mlvatu. increased Importations under the new builno) world is eonv.noing pro.fihnt Shorts, pure wheat product, at per cwt Chimb Xotk f.r rvl. Iw. lnt other ,av; muan ,erely B0 ,mCj, yardage the RepubLcau piuvy stands firmly tion in mills, for the best .titercsts of the people pf Rsd Tag Mixed Feed, at e""A!r"'':"r.C,,.T' 1 cut from the American tcxU In declaring 'Iter cwt J1.50 SO much tonsiage tr.kcu from .Jie pro-- 1 Utah and the nation. MtemioD. due: of the .steel mills, so much less 'himself n Republ.can, Judge RolapP Juno Pas:unI)airy .Meal, at per cwt 5?s-piio- ites. 'demand for goeds niaJe by the Amerl 'ca.moi he accused of ultor.or mo- .$i.r.a -- 3 .. g . cusa-co::ai Uvea. As a Democrat he lias Alfalfa Meal, at per cwt .... ..$1.50 (c,in i,roducer, -- a j raieurg' Meal, at per cwt t?ola-fn"n- e r ..$1.00 YtrKiIck Tj,e qUwUo1 of wJiat wol,,j jia,,en i won honors of national scope. Ho mnL'o low mrlff Is .being stalls by Utah and the WdsJ. and Flaxseed Meal, at per cwt .... ,.$l.Sa .under a Wilson FRIDAY, MAY 13. ty answered In very plain language. For (hno.vs full well Uiat the jo..ey of Owonsboro best Patent Flour admlnisjtra..ui is In wccll, per bbl- '.i vejir find more we have been hvinc the Democratic .$3.2.1 i Ion the promises of reduced living strkng at the foundaton of the West's Madisonvjllc best Patent Flour dis- - ui is in ANNOUNCEMENTS. in wood, per bbl .$5.23 'costs and booming business- The ful- - greatest Industries- Clcsejy Identified 1 have a few tons of good fied.'iig Ailment of dm promise turns out to with, the sugar itlJustry as he lias posal. We are authorized to announce for years, and now standing at h;iy at per ton $12.00 be a more costly living than betore'beeii Congressman Ben Johnson a candidate Special pr,ces on Arab by tho ton. and a serious slackening of business the head of the Unked States Bout for the Dcmocrat.c nomlnu. Vm for W. K. ELMS, '0..... V9UL'UtllUll .. - ....A.... L.l.l- OUUI all along the line. Representative from the 4th CongresProduce .Merchant, man, lus action' is of national imporThe only panacea thai Mr. Wilson sional district. General primary electance, l'tj iS a significant warning 44t4 .Hartford, Ky. ofers to tills situation is the promise for line of tion August I, 1914. - Rethat the nuw currency law when it to the West that it looks to Child Cross? Feverish? Sick? protect u from the get& fairly started will cure the trou- publican party to A cross, peevish, listless chRd, with Now that Mother's Day has been Democrats. What system of currency lean freak legislation of the ble. observed, what alwut father? Judge Rolapp's action is the result coateU tongue, pale, doesn't fileep; be devised that will eliminate the fac also, in n then thejof mature, deliberate Judgment by a eats sometimes very little, again ravenously; We are still persuing that "Watch- tor of a decreased market for stomach Bour; man who has made a thorough stifdy of styles p American producer? Haw can Cho of political conditions and .who ful waiting" policy, 111 rgeard knows breath fcld; pains in stomach, with establishment of any number of Fedreduced cost of living-I- t diarrhea; grinds teeth while iislcco, tie Ar eral reserve banks prevented addl thai if tho prosperity of the West is but tional importations from coming to to continue it must look to the par- and starts up with terror all suggest Niagara Falls, canie-:a Worm Killer something that ex?? Hucrta has secured recogu.tlon from the United States? In the pathway ty of the people for favorable legis- pels worms, and almost every child President Wilson, at last. of the Amercan manufacturer stands lation. Judge Rolapp puts Jt plain- has them- - Klckaixxj Worm Killer is IV. to nilghtjy rock the fact that un- ly when he says: The most Important item of ex- like a Start at In my opinion, tho dominant par- needcU. Get a box pense so far In the "near war" with der the new tariff merchandise is ty in Congress, although to a' minority once. You won't liavo to coax, as coming here from abroad at tjie rate Mexico is not powder, but grub. party In the nation, lias sAvcrved from Kickapoo Worm Killer is a candy of a million dollars a day more than the principles of Its forefathers. It confection. Expels the worms, the Hon. R. H. Winn, of Jit. Sterling. a year ago. has departed from tho principles of cause of .jour child's trouble. 23c-- , at Republican wjioni we would it another What the country needs iis more your drugist. delight to support as the nominee for busluess.not more currency ,nor more State's rights and Individual freedom, Senator-Womenand in its stead has 'become subserUnited States banks. William llcKinley wiell itold R0CKP0RT, vient A3 the jwrty caucus and Presihave" been voting In Colo- the storey .when Jn 189C he saul,"open il May 14. Speaking of the "evil" dential dictation. It has openly reyears. &nd. have the mills instead of tho mints-- " ITho pudiated rado for twenty-on- e habit of "gossip" editor Fogle of the most distinct American mis- had representation in the State, American workman now sses the announcement, first made the Berry Citizen says: He ibelleved in the patriotic rake of 1912. legiala&ure at various times, yet it (has by a Democratic President, and 'Bcrrf as well as every other v: is the most lawless state Jn the promise of cheapergoods. He dream- substituted for the Monroe doctrine small country town has hor share ID ed that it was sliraply to be a compe Union. of peoplo that want to lot uhoir own ft tition between rich American mill the undignified and disastrous motto affairs go and of meJll'o with other waiting." It has barterNew' York, Mayor Mltchel,-owners and foreign mill owners. He of "watchful got himself into hot water and has waked to find the real competi ed its party platform and the rght lieople'B that don't concern them In 0ound scolding because he told a tion Is between himself and foreign of the Amrcican people to ulse their the least- One mlsspkiced word some to labor; that the mill owner's prof, li own proieriiy as they please, for tho times starts and by the time it is Jot of suffragettes that the right mmmm-mmw-i the handed around three or four times It vote would not better the. condition are but a very small percentage of temporary pleasure Df. gaining of women pr make them any happier. the total value of the output of the will of a foreign nation. It Juts ceas- has enough udded (to ruin tho character of any man or iwoman in Berry. the witty But who can question ,the p'iatement? mills; that ninety, per ce.it of the com ed to be interested in tho equal At an experience who can catch more fish veVholly Protection of all tlejttoplo,and And a character rjiatis a good one meeting a young man tried tp Klvow Uian anyone petition and the cutting down muKt, in Rockport, nro asatn In this Issue .will be found the is worth .all the gold and Bllver. ,We lias sacrificed Western homo buildhis learning by asking (he minister In the limelight- - A large swarm d Congressman Ben John-to- n fall on labur, because about that per ing and development of for the political know of things that have started who ,was Cain's wife- - This stumjicd bees. Tho "jesky", familiar kind as a candidate for rejection, it cent must be paid for the labor, advantage of Southren votes and those in this town (that ,we do not care to tlw; jireacher ut tirat hut 011 H.cond Urfder the beneficent influence of tliat always want Dp shake bunds put in print) about itcople that wero thought i jiunored that he will have oppohe exclaimed "Young man and knock the chip off .Tariff Ameri- resulting from alliance with Eastern a person's sition for the nomination. During his the of injury to tliem and caused them you'll financial interests. find plenty to do without wor- shoulder the first pass, setUcd iri'tho .present term !Mr. Johnson has made can production is aparently lussen-e- d Ideed, if the present Democratic trouble, stJU thoy were nothing but rying about other men's wives" to the extent of one million, dolyard of Mr. J I. L. Tucker, of tho a national reputation as Chairman of just plujn lies. lars in value each working day. And policy could toe carried to Its ultimate Rockjwrt Coal Co., who wero J:he RUNAWAY. tbe District of Columbia Committee. "What anybciJy wantp to gossip and logical conclusion, it .would not Ioo Brown, a prominent fanner, first on the firing line, who braved He has been fearless In his efforts the loss and injury tliat come froni only destroy the Westcenn, hub all such things we are unable to underip proot graft and wass in ft.x- - It go into the workroom of the mill as otjier American industries, which are stand, but It seems as though iliey who Jlyes near town, was seriously tho terror of the business end of tliefv counting-room- bruised and had a narrow uscajte frotr pesky crlters. Walter Browning und of tjie public funds In con- well as into the compelled Jo compete with fordijgn enjoy It ko the Jiigliest. J some of nection with appropriations made for this class would Just keep tacyi for u serious injury when a team of horses CharMo Cash of course; with tlwjald Consumers Pay as Much as Ever. cheap labor. he was driving ran away. Ho .was of a jxall of water they dainpenfd tbe district through Congress and we Unlder all these changed clrcum-,ianqc- s, week or 60 and listen to others tlioy '..Mayor .MoClaln, of Lancaster, who vrflllug to accord him the credit duo surely would got disgusted and keep thrown from the bugy but was not thobees and tlio latter become so and the falling of the De lives in one of the richest agricul- mocratic party from its former height still hereafter. Another cljiss a wnall hurt much. Tho animal ran madly rileil up ut tho "Baptists" iiw'Jioil 4or faithful and conscientious work. dqwn; Main street and would have being forced on thoin that they took tural sections of the Unified 6tates It seems to incred- town is hothead with is so called evidently plunged Te death of John C. iMayo last and one adapted to cattle raising states of principle, longer expectmotflifit Into the river had after Charley and In order to escape ibly to any the thq 'knocker,' people that sit around Hon day in Now York City was "not that the Importalon of .beof from Ar- average etltlzcn will support, mero iar- - and knock every homy industry- - Ev- not one of tliem stepped Into a ditch their faniULnrity ho w;is compelled unexpectedHo hud made a great and fell. The vehicle was considera- to do some amusing stunts In tho gentina and Canada, has helped the con- ty organization opposed to the best ery citizen guilty of this ought to fight against a fatal disease in which sumer so slightly grass much J the amusement of a that tho benefit Is interests of the country jn which he be sent to an asylum where they could bly damaged. he had tlie assistance of all that scarcely perceptible- - The major part 'largo crowd of siiectators. Tin MRS. HARRELL DEAD. lives. President Hayes was right see no one." money can do in such cases, die was Mrs. Leila Harrcll, formerly of the advantage that has como from when ho said: "He serves one bees wore finally gotten in a barrel Berry has nothing on Rcckiort when Jiis paii.: in many respects a most remarkable ' and "bottled" up. tup duty on cat most who serves Jiis country it conies to "goss.p." In of RockiKirt's mast iKpu"r socloty best." years the elimination of .man, having Jn twenty-fiv- e tle and meat goes to the exporter and Judge Rojapii is big enough und ifact, we would like to hear of a. women, died at her homo ut Owensworked his way from poverty to a l The Ohio County Fanners' Mutur.1 the importer. They gobble up (tho ex broad enough to pliico the interests town where more down rlgSit J,es are boro following a short lllnesj. twenty times millionaire. In addiwas the wlfo of Arthur Harrel Dlr. of tho country above mere party or- tcld than Jn this vd'age. tra prof.t. In tho words of Telephone Co. (Incorporated.) Pucplql tion his wealth seems to Jiavc come McClaln, "tlie consumer is getting ganizationKnowing hiin as wo do who poko their no3ts in other folks who for years was manager or tho Is a honestly, if it Is possible for such an fanners' telephone system and h about of ,tho inference re Jiere In Utah as the Haul of honor affairs are to bo il,.tested and shun drug dolurUnient Iu Harrcll Bros', accumulation of riches to be made presented by the decrease in Tariff and sound business judgment, tluro is ned. Rockport has fJio name of be- storo. Both were quite jiopular while furnishes a comjilcto system wiiere-- , on die siuare. Mr. Mayo did much and ilio foreign prllucer is setting no doubt that tho necessity olj leaving ing he worst town Jn Western Ken- they resided here ami a hpst of friends by farmers can lieep )ios.ted as to to develop Eastern Kentucky whilo he1 s' of tho same." Since the Democratic party was u keen about tucky. Thjs is u "Libel" on tjie town wero grieved to learn of tho death popls and prices on farm jiroducts In was amassing Ids Immense fortune. ,. the duty was only a cunt and a half to Jiim. Hut, ho has the for some of the best jieople In Ken- of Mrs. Harrcll. Mr. and .Mrsneighborhoods of this (Ohio) and According to the Courier Journal a pourAl on dressed meat, jt will courage of his convictions and is tucky live here people who r.vould no Harrcll and daughter, Miss Som, al'ljolnliig counties, though Jt is JusU and Times A. O. Stanley is met by readily be Been how much better off willing to work with any party that' moro gossip or. talk about a ;ersou, attended thq funeral. as necessary for the business and rcot cheering crowds of voters tho consumer is by reason of tho re- makes for better conditions in the than they would caress a vijier. Btlll INJURED IN MINES. . wherever he goes In Jiis triumphant moval of the a iblg lot of jieoplo here find more Brewer Fulkcrson a young white professional man to uso It ulso, as West. Ho pees the sad mjstuke tho tour.floggiing (Mr- Beckham. .The EvenMclaln states further Mint the Democrats have mado in their at- real pleasure Jn giving a "knock" coal mlne.r was seriously Injured in they cannot afford to lw out of touch ing Post gjyes accounts of the throngs Iniiwrtaticrs are having u marked tempts .to curry favor with foreign than a helping hand. We can't tho mines at MartwJck. Ills left with tho man on the farm, und they which "throfig" to isee and hc-a-r Beck-haa- t, effect upon the farmers and tho breed- countries. Ho knows full well that why any one Itakqs pleasuro in shoulder was Ulslocated and Jie "was have shown their sympatic with the equv. Jo any drawn by (Mr. ers, to whom even a small inference there must ho a return ,to Republican slandering a fellow citizen. Surely otherwise bruised up- - Tho First Aid 'farmers organization by jiatronizing Bryan or Col. Ttogevclt, in his cam-JJ- B In (he selling prices of their cattle policies If we are to avert business they can't exjiect a reward for it team rescued him und .had his injur-- . und becoming a part of this great demolishing Stanley. We are means a great deal when the CCMt of (disaster and Protect the industries now or hereafter. It re&lljy scorns leg dressed in a short time system with exchanges nt the fol convinced from one source that Stan-V- y raising them is so high. "WATCHIN AND WAITING." lowing points In Ohio county: that have led the .Western States. to give some peoplo a delight to talk Tho consumer has oxjwricneed no Judge Rolap's support will carry every county In KenHartford, (Main a ovjj things about a person. (Always of The Postmaster General is carcorots at office ' Beaver tucky. Then , we 'conclude when .we perceptible benefit. fTho cost Df meat tlino when it (will do much good- - It course ibejjlnd tholr backs.) These rying out a "watching ankl waiting" Dam), Mcllenry, Centertown', Rockrc'd the Boat 'that Beokfeim r"jU not Is Just about the same as Jt was be signifies a loyalty to Western Inter human "poleHcats" are .worse than a jwlicy in regard to tho chango ih port, Prentiss, BadzeUwn, .Ncafus. only awcep .Kentucky, btu; aiso Ten- fore tho Tariff was removed. Con- ests Horse Brauali, Dundee, Narrows and that will count tor much in l Pa rattlesnake. They, amllo and fchako tho iiost offico here. Is'o new nessee. In the ine6tti'ln)a off coming campaign. your hand to' your face behind your rlftflp gress was justified an taking lias been apjwlnted hero and PattlcsvU.'end an exchange at "Jeems" McCreary Us .making eijnip the Tarlf. Owing to tho growing ScaroacK uiey stick a knife in you. No a number or applicants are someMuhonberg county. We also campaign too. lie is putting untiio city of cattle there was uo reason for decent person .wJll iltftn to gossip, what disappointed. Tho lotrons Jiow- - connect Owensboro Optical House. with tho followlnc Homo most conducing arpunim that ho a tax, and there will bo no excuse for Hartord, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used, and a Jtockport iuy, put a quietus over arp plesed over the delay and Telephone Co.'s: Rochester and is the only Domocrtt who can carry relraposlug it until cattle raising In Butler county;' Yea-ma- n "lasses made by R. C. ' Hardwfck's Ort a tattling Xomalo t)ie other day. It Is lipped no chango will occur. Morgantown, the State. He polh'te, o the fact that the United States equals tho "demand Optician, Owonsboro, Ky., and Short Creek, to my en- Tho woman began a bkuiderous story If "the largo number of men who are Grayson ih Stat, went RepUbJtaui in 1907 by if that time ever comes. But it Is in- tire satisfaction. His house and ma- about a certain person Jn Rockport, toaring their hair to servo 4hp gov' county, with whom" we exchange ser16,000. that ho carried Jt W 1911 by teresting to know that tho Democratchinery Tor niaklne lenses are the but before alio had gotten a good start crnment don't want to wait they Dan vice.' by 31,000 and that ic promise of a reduction In if'io post most complete In toe 'e prudent WJth a telephone in this system State, and he tho lady interrupted her. ".I hnowJoln tbe army, and the .Lord knows plurality was only it f6w hun- of meat has not been fulfilled. Tho employs none but experienced work- tliat bo a lie" she said- "1 have wq need 'em worse there tihun in tjie you havo tho prlvilcgo of "kind access dred. This about ocayJncc us Uhat elimination of tho Tariff haa not men. heatld ho no less tlmn two thousand' subC. M. BARNETT. before and I know$lt Is post office- McCreary U the only safe can- brought about that ben TAKES TRIP. no only an injustice, .but false. I scribers for a very small monthly Mew Tariff Law a Failure. didate for the Democrats. efit. Wilkesbarre (Ba.) Rocord. can't, listen to gossip and I don't Our officjent chief of jiqlice, .Wi- fee. m m The Tarlf bill, for which o much tliank "nyono' to como hero to run lliam McDoue.il, spent a few days You cannot afford to do without A Million Dollars a Day, Business Opportunity. was claimed, Is not working proper some pno down". Tlds "gossip' of in Frankfort and ixmlsville lastiwoek. it In your office, homo or business Hero is the practical result bf a Wanted partner with $000 In ex ly. It has not rdduced tho coat of course get huffy and loft but proboib-l- y Gonial Bob- Sneddon acted aa police house. For jiarticulara call or write Jow tarff. Within the space of twaii- - cellent cotuity right proiosltlon. Jiving, but Jt Juts reduced wages and sho will be more cureul of her au chief klurlng Mr. McDoiigul's A. E. PATE. Soc'y.. ' biuinebs days foreign goods Splendid poU,mUe, em- dience in tho future. Tho way Full investi- lessoned tho opportunities for k- dlartford, Ky. to the amount of $27,000,000 ent'pixjd gation. AdajneVW. S. 30S ployment. Manufacturers are begin ple try AT IT AGAIN. "worry" about other folks Or J. M. SHULTZ,Pro3.,.. ,tbe United States over and ubavo the Bldg., lpfvMle, Sy. ning tq complain. Great Industrial ' off pt Walter Drowning and Cliarllo Cash, lUtl remiuds us tho Btory Prentiss, Ky. ' ' H u-tfo- Republican. 9'1,1,n,cnU l,ader th" for,ncr law' ,An IS LOYAL conic:iUoti of a million ' TO ' plan., 1 ke the Badwiin locoinotlvo I - I ir.-cuu- i.. .vs Summer Millinery 1. v fol-la.- s: I mntRiT(-tiioiJiiiliii'- 'i ifci1' HOT WEATHER Millinery 11- ,, the latest shapes and trimmings await your our Millinery department. 6 8 life-lon- u-WA- ai I LOOK AHEAD, lmni I) I n-ii- stocks are heavy and everything - - new Millinery at your J U- WE ARE SHOWING children, Hats a great both Boys and Girls. Caps for the Babies quite a variety and patterns. a NO MATTER about the price you want : to-da- pay. We have a Hat match your purse. " I 1 I E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. bco-uom- ic .Wilson-Underwo- - ng Mrs-Barre- one-sixt- five-sixth- - tax-Mr- - (m-agi- iost-inast- cr Par-aiJIs- e,. -- Wil-json- - much-dcHjrc- d - ty-ev- -- . inter-Souther- n ' V CLEAN UP! edict hiis gone forth and the time is ripe general renovation of your premises. We want mind the Ladies that we are prepared to furnish everything in the way of House Furnishings Tli would make home a place of beauty. for a to rethem Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix went, to lfuu!svlllu Wednesday. Mr. Fy9 or Hcnnrtt has Juken rooms at t!io Hardwl.ck property on Uinon Strctt, ccciipji'd by Prof- Hid rick. ' You can get four splendid magazines one year for 25 cents extra by renewing your subscription to The Republican. Wo nil sell you a soda fountain and some show cases cheap if you come quick. Ohio County Drug Co. Pnidio Curler and daughter, lU.sy ( irtrr, of color, .oro j.r.od brforo Juilgo Wilson ibtordfiy for breath of piacq and f.ueil $10 each, Messrs W. E." Ell J and S. F- - R.loy haw rj'.unicd from a business trip to Philadelphia. On their ri.turn tr,p they sited .Mr. A. K. Elhs In Wash ington D. C. .Mr. Erten King caught a mud co,t fish last Monday that tipped thu luiniit HI pounds. This is thofurg-cs- t catch reported in thiic waters for soveral years. ( - CENTRAL GROVE. Sunday Sshool at tMs progn&slng ailco y wi h Mr. .M. G. SnJI,3u. Sunday Sciio..l w'li bo at t .. u'cijck next stiiulay, and tho fuucnl of Mrs. Eniiun WMl'mns und daiigjur, I), trul will lie preached at 11 o'ol-by R,sv. It. 13. Kuqua. T.ic haptls ng w II bu sunddy afternoon at 3 o'ol x U, nfjir tlio rid.do,iru of MrJ. W. Wmlur. .MteN lOilna Brown and .Mr Albert Rowe id'.'ied from ths place fast Sunday morning und were married Monday mor.iliig at 8 o'clock, at t'larks-VillTciin. They wore, accompanied by the grosm's niton, M.ss Ethel Rocder or thjs )lace, and i.Mr Ray Ashley or Hurtfonl. .Mrs- - Rov.o Is Uio ol(st daughttr cf .Mr. and Mrs. R. II- - Brown, while the gror-,s the youugi t son of .Mrs. M. C. Rowe. Tluiy aro a popular yuting couple of tins place and their many friuiids wish thcni a long ai.d hapjiy weddtd life. Mr- - and .Mrs. .Morris Snell and Utile daiifihtcr, ArtliO 'Mae, ,vl3.ited .Mr. and .Mrs. W. D. Igleluart Sunday-Mr- . and .Mrs. Birch .Martin and little son, Edward, v.Siled .Mr. und Mrs. f. B. Rowe, Saturday night. Mss s Maggie Tishenor. Aunlo and Came Steward, Messrs Noah Rowe. 'Erna Snell and E'lis iBro.vn vlsjtdd Mr. and .Mrs. Leslie Rowo Sunday-Mrs- . Dorcas Gn.y Js visiting rela tives In tills vicinity h!s week. .Mrs. Cora Southard of th.'s place was ca'iledto the bedside of iter moth er, .Mrs Mally Hill of Ccntortown. Sunday. Mrs. Diana Martin wiip has been visiting her daughters Mrs. Ida, Tich- cnor and .Mrs. Pearl Sandllfur, of MJs3ouri for tlio last two months will return home soon. She ismakiitK her homo with her son, Mr. Birch Martin. Slie has made many warm frltnds la thlff community and they all welcomp her in their midst ngain. Mr. and .Mrs. Alvio 'Tichcnor visit- e,d Mr- and Mrs. James P. Sapp Sta- urdaiy night Mr. aud iMrs. J. L. Porter and little daughter Everjeen, vislitd Mr. and Mrs. 0?scar Ashby Sunday. 13 -- May place h - o, B0mmMm mm I YW Ml WHITE GOODS - W ': GALORE that Mrs. .Mrs. .Mrs. J. I. McCuen, Fayottevillo Ark. We Have Them And Want To Show You Our new Druggets, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Draperies, Curtain Rods, ExBrackets, Matting,' Matting tension Druggets, Small Mattings Rugs, Brussels and Axminster Rugs, Floor Oil Cloth, 4-- 4, 6-- 4 J. R. Williams, Equa'Jty, ill and ( A. Frier, Fairfield, 111. iwho are visiting In Owensboro Ky will arrive An Hartford next weik to be with ro'ativis for a fow days. Good Magazines should be regular visitors to every home. Her & Barnctt aro the exclusive agents In Hartford and vicinity and will take Kreat OUR STORE . (S NOW FULL OF ENTICING GOODS AND WHITE GOODS. BOTH IN PIECE READY-TO-WEAR. THERE IS A "SNAP" TO OUR AND WE and 8-- 4. Our catalog stock what you We want your member that is at your disposal if we have not in want. Will be glad to order for you. re- pleasure in handling your order. Write for catalogue and other Information. was Dr- - A'ex Foster, Owei teboro, here Tuesday evening ito aifvund tlio regular inciting of Rough River Lodge Knights of Pythias, In tho Interest of a special class which is being got ten up by the, Owensboro K. of P. lodgus. Ho returned homo (Wednesday. UNDERMUSLINS PLEASE YOU. WAISTS WHICH WILL HAVE WHITE THINGS FOR EUERYONE FROM LITTLE TOTS UP TO GRANDMA. NOW IS THE TIME TO COME IN AND BUY YOUR WHITE GOODS. OUR LINE OF THEM IS BIG. WE ARE MAKING a canvasser for woman rights,siokc at tho court house Miss Lily Glenn, - LITTLE PRICES ON WH(TE business. Don't forget this and IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. A J5gLaz6b Hartford Republican. FRIDAY. MAY 15. See Albert Rial for Cabbage, Tomato 43t4 and Sweet Potato Slips.. ,x A Mrs. R- - T. Collins and Mrs. E. E. Birkheud returned from Louisville yes terday. Time Table M. H. ft E. Railroad Pastor Pettje preached able Brmons at the Baptist Church Sunday mornat Hartford, Ky. ing and evening L. A N. time card effective Monday If you will subscribe to The ReAug. 21st. publican for one lyear wo will sond No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. you four monthly magazines for only dally except Sunday. 25 cents extra. No. 114. North Bound due 2:20 p. in. The blgBest bargain we have over daily except Sunday. No. IIS South Bound due 8:45 a. m. offered our subscribers is The Republican and four magazines, all one dally except Sunday. year, for only $1.25. No. 113 South Bound due 1:16 p. m. iMiss Oda Raymond, who Is a studally except Sunday. to dent in Hartford Coljego went H. E. MISCHKG. Agt. tho Owensboro yesterday to take teachers cxainlnalon. Wall Taper at Ohio Co. Drug Co. WANTHD-Ginse- ng, Yolluw Root Got 12 uatliB for $2 at Riley's ' and a limited amount of Mayapplc 42t4 Root. Will Shaving Parlor. im' corah. E- - r .MORE, Hartford. . Mm. SI. L- Hcavrln is visiting Htf n Lousvlle. Nestor Burnett and daughter,, Dr relatives SALVET, tho great stock remedy. Miss Octavlu, of CaueyvJIle, visited lM- lUrnutt, near 3Ctf Mr. aill Mib. A. 8ee U. S. Carson, Hartford. town, several days this week. For Service, cleanliness and satis.Mr. M. T. Likens has so (J his faction, visit City Restaurant. store to Mcssns A. C. and L- - C. Aoton Habit and Hartford should furnish and they will continue Uio business a great ball ganio tomorrow. under the firm name Acton 'Bros. Don't ifall to stop and look at Her 'Wo havo In stock tho greatest lino of Paints. Oils, Varnishes eer & Black's Haifdwaro window. Fences-be- st on carrijd In- Ohio county. If In the Wire American market, see Hartford Allll Co., beearth. For sale by U. S. Carson. 41tt fore purchasing. U.S. Carson' is agcnt for - the .faScreen Uoors and ivlndawis made mous American "Wire Fencing. and guaranteed to fit. Old ones reMaster Birk Zimmerman, Louisville, covered and patntdd at reasonable Is the guest of relatives la town. prices. See us. HARTFORD MILL CO. Mrs. R. E. Leo Simmerman and 41tf. Last year Habit gave s one of Mrs. Rowan Holbrook were in Owensthe hardest fought games of IJiu uea-so- u. boro (Monday. The tiym is an ado up of manly 1 havo a fino Btock of Harness toyoung fellows. See thorn plav and alio 'do repair work morrow. S. L. KINO. Hartford. 41tf airs- - J. S. Glenn and Mrs. R. E. Motion picture show at Dr. Bean'a Lee. Simmerinan will attend the comOpera. House Saturday night mencement exercises of Ward Belmont Seminary, tCashville, next (week- Mr- - M. T. Likens andMiss Edna .MJbs. Leila. Glenn will (bo one of ttfho B!ack lire itlio guesta pf Mr. G. B. graduates. Liken and family, Frankfort- Messrs J, W- - Ford, iTohn T. 'Moore, Mrs. Launa Stevcna and Mrs. C. Rowan Holbrook, E. P. Thomas uud BJfcuikcnshJp are attending the SouthHarry Bridges, Louisville, compose a ern Baptist Cgnvenitlon Jn Nashville. fishing party, camping at Mr. Fords If your subscription to Tlie Re- li&ndsonio new bungalow on Routh publican is (due, better pay up now River tkis woek. and get four big magazines, all one I want to dlsposo of tlio balance year, for only 25 cents extra. of my stock of Corn Drills, BreakTho various fishing unties which ing Plows, Disc Harrows, Double-Shovel- s, spcniC Jast week at No Creek and h Cultivators, Gra&alo report good buocos'j notwith-- b Harrows, &c and will sell tabling the. rains and rso in Uio same at a very tow prlco-41tS. L. KING, Hartford- river. - Souie-thJng,go- Flvc-Toot- th ii ,,.,,,, ,.i.i.,.. f. SaHunday to a ismall crowd last 'Atnight. She was lntroduciM Ijy torney E. M. Woodward in a short ta'k In behalf of tho cause. After the speaking a Jeaguo was organized Liquid Gold. with tlio following officers. E- - M. PresUent; Mrs- - Estill Woodward, Oil is the greatest money maker and Thomas, Vice Presjdeiit,and Miss Mar- Oklahoma is tjie greatest field in the garet Marks, Secretary. United States In itho value of her oil productions, .totaling over $1,000,-00- 0 Notice to Colored Teachers. incomeweekly. Glenn Pcol and The first examination for .certifi- other Oklalioma fields msfle millionbe aires rapidly .when oil iwas aeRIng cates for colored teachers 1 111 held in Hartford, on Friday and Sat- at thirty-fiv- e cents per barrel. Now urday, May' the 22nd and 23rd. 1914. the. price Js more than double. For OZNA SHULTS, S- - S. O. C. tunes are accumulated almost between the. rising and betting of the sun In Bennett-Wils- on. the ireat Mid Continent field of Ok- JMlas Martlnia Bennett and Mr. Joff Wilson were marititd jit khe "When one considers that the State home of tho bride on Clay street, produces more than 11,000,000 a iweek, yesterday afternoon at two o'clock, tjhat wells can be idrllled in from bcx Rov Bennett, fafjier of the bride, to twenty days, and often these jwells performing tho ceremony. Miss Ben- pay for themselves within a iweek nett is one of Hartford's most popu- after drilling, tiat the owner of a lar young ladles, while tilie- groom is slnple forty or eighty acres of tend a prosperous merchant of Pontotoc, frequently has an income of $300 to Mtes. They left soon after the cere- $500 a day and that stock hougbjl In mony for the home of tho groom. a Company at $ll or $10 a share is many times worth $100 $300 ' a Next Lyceum Course. share within a year, one's brain reels The faculty of Hartford College Is at the thought. And yet this Js the negotiating (with the Colt Lyceum Bu history of many individuals in the reau for attractions for the coming year Our people thoroughly enjoyed state pf Oklahoma tha reads like swiio fariy tale- - Tho gojd fields of the many high class features of last California in their palmiest days are years course and we uro told the now left far in tho rear; tho great gold one is to bo thebojt which has over awakening in A'aska us forgotten; the been engaged for Hartford. It, is to dianfond folds of KInibcrloy in South include puch high prictd uud far famAfr.ca jalo into insignificance. Nothed numbers us tho Chicago G'.Yio Club, ing in tho totory of olvillzcd manTho Cambridge Margrot Players. kind has aided man in accumulating Stalil, Mac lanes Nellsou and others. so rapidly as Uiq oil and gas No ouo can afford .to miss this formica iutcrtsls of tho groat course. field In the Stao pf Oklalioma. Hero even children of tho white, ADABURG. May 13. Sup't. J. J. Keown and Indian aijl negro races who had a them his c'uss of teachers of d'ho Adaburg smaU piece of laud left to Baptist Sunday School are morldng through Inheritance havo frequently an earnestly for tho groat causo that income of 100 to $300 per day ifrom roya'Aies, while Uio Oil Company behooves each and evory one of us. Several peopta of this place at- that W '(developing their land Is making 100 per conft a Suntended Church at Mt- - Moruah falls to express the realiday. ty and even eye witnesses can nard-l- y Rev. J. B. Ray.born and son, Knryl, of believe the marvelous facts visited, Mr. R. A. Owen p.ud famJi' prtliuctlon lof oil. Saturday night. A number of strong campanes have Mr aud uMre. J. T. Ralph Visited beelt'organlzed aud are operating-AmonMr. and Mrs. Frank Sinnptt of these Js the Great Western Clear Run Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Eula Howard, of Ralph visited Petroleum Company of Tulsa, Oklaher cousin Miss Dovie Greer, Sunday. homa Incorporated under tho Jaws of Mrs- - J, JI. Sharp of Alagan visited Oklahoma for $1,000,000 iwitji a strong her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J' dlotorato of business men, ihreo of whom are experienced and practical Keown, Sunday. 0 Ollss 'Mabel Cooper pf Groer flown, ojl men which Is now offering sliards of tholr btock at the tar attended Sunday School ut Adaburg in value of $1.00, stock to bu sold Sunday.. Mr. and Airs. Vinson Crowe, Miss blocks of five shares and upward. Those who dcalro ito knqw Some Bailie Crowe und Miss MarthuCrawe attcaden , the. dedication of lear Run thing more of tiho great o'l interests arg Invited at address B. J. Waugb. Church Sunday. 'Mr- - S. W. Edge .wUhos to announce the Stock Sales Manager of the Great Tulsa, tltait io is a candidate for matri Western Petroleum Company, mony subject tq the August Primary. Oklahoma, and make Inquiries pr get the'publfehed literature of this Company giving Its holding an(d other For Sale. conGood farm In Ohio county, near facts, and figures as to the real church, containing ditions of tlio oil Interests in thft State BarnetU Creek I except of Oklahoma. 120 acres, all In cultivation dwelling, barn 5 acres, Good RENFR0W. In good repair. and alt On Sunday afternoon Rob Roy niot Well watered and In the oi) belt. For 'Bor.h Mauda. terms and particulars apply at this Renfrew boys JH-teams bolnr eagr to play. Rufrow offlco BARNETT & SON, Aguuts. nt month-Language g 100,-00. out-buildiar GOODS TO MAKE THEM MOVE OUT FAST. a CARSON boys held them bo hard that (Rob Roy taeught.they wouldn't got pno score. Rob Roy played their full nine eight ennlngs and let Rob Roy (down to btol'in favor of Renf row. Granville Morris kept scores for Renf row and Sep WilHiame for Rob Roy. Williams .was eager to seq his boys win. He cheered laom on the seventy inning Baying 'tytaiy hard, boys, you are going to win." The captain of Renfrew nine said tb Mr. Williams, "you. have cheered lyour boys too late. We have won the gam 3 to 1. Wo will give you nino innings and we only take olght-" CO. INCORPORATED Hartford, Kentucky. will toe no lloubt of the result, but It will lUPChehqeasy task that so many are "inclined ".to'lhlnk it will f toe. Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORI A FOR Mexican Leaders. It must be admitted ithat thp Mexican Is a good fighting man. Most Americans hold tho avrtago Mexican in contempt. He is a ibu.lden on the States of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. He Is looked upon as lazy, slothful, dirty and generally disrop-uUblHo Is said to bo treacherous and cowardly. This all may be true of a certain class of illiterate Mexicans, but there are o'ther high types of men in Mexico who. are men tally equal to the beat of any lartd. Naturally the scholarly Mexican is more diplomatic than our wise heads In Washington. Ho comes of the Latin race aud the Latins for coirturles have been tho master diplomats of tho world. Iluerta Id no .man's fool.Ho knows exactly what lio is doing. He knew land when lie forcql Wilson to Amorlcan troops Jn Vera Cruz. He il maiy to gain his (point, but his opening move was diplomatic enough to tv In tho respect of the world. A idespcratu man In a desperate p'lace, facing ultlmato defeat, Js warranted in attempting Uesperate measures to extr'.cato himself from Us trying This Is exactly what Jiuerta ' did.f Tho (Mexican in fwar has UttSe fear of death. Quick tempered people usually aro fearless. The Mexican fights with the abandon of his Jiot blocft- ed race. He also fights with enrjbu-sla&tl- o abandon. He may at times become obsessed by unreasoning panic, but eve.n so ho Is no coward. Under competent leadership ho be comes a splendid nilllltary unit. This is something we must fully recognize when we fight Mexico hat is, If we havo to fight. Thoro ef-n- In the past Mexicans have seldom been directed by competent leaders. Santa Anna, the iMexHcan hero In the war between the lilted Btialtea' and Mexico, possessed personal bravery, which is the Mexican birthright, but He lackdd military understanding and genius. Hq had but little ability as a leader aud knew nothing- - of the rudiments of war. Whoa faced by trained fjghters and born leaders ha felt his weakness, which resulted in defeat. The French occupation Uirfd the imperial rule of Maximilian developed no great military leader. Juarez could make no headway until the French troops were withdrawn. He succeeded then 'because he ha) I to fight only Mexicans, and Mexicans thejr best fighting qualities show when pitted against each other. y Jn Mexico ,thq only man iwho Seems possessed of any military nonius is Gen. Villa and Villa hastens to avow himself a friend of Alio United States. At tho name tlmo tho courage and willingness to fight on the part of tho Mexicans must bo recognlzdd. , .M To-da- AFTER GOOD FEED to my If you Are after Good Feed come store- - Don't be battened with second or third rate stuff yr.hen the best FEED la obtainable at ordinary prices. Car loads of Hay, Corn, Alfalfa Feeds aud Oals are received cwry f ov days mid all of IA Is of tho highest quality of of Its kind. Whatever the .grade goods needed, that grade Is here at the jQweat prices- - W. E. ELLIS HARTFORD, The Produce Merchant - KENTUCKY en nTWwftgwai5'giawf ii.&r.vwwU...i J., COUNTING IN FRENCH. ANIMALS IN SLEEP All HISTORY AND A PICTURE. Dlreotory County Oiiio 'j'&wmBWM&z Sorts of Odd Postures, From Heads Down to Heads Up. ONLY MAN LIES ON HIS BACK. Standing During Slumber Is Not Uncommon Among Animals, and Sometimes OP9 Leg Serves as a Support. Poses of the Sloths and the Lemurs. Sleep Indeed Is n "pontic thins" It is tlii- - Mipremeet form of root. Our Moep. however, noth n of reft din-Inwhen wo nre iihely to bo ii little up-come to survey' the dllVoient pituroM nssutni'ri b.v various iiniin:iN during s ot Bleep. To bepln with the htinmii Rice. The majority of mankind proli:ilil.v sleep Jylcs upon tin- - risht or left side of the body and v.ith the fciiiiw drawn up ton'nnl the thin. Hut tot tain African tribes, for example, lie upon the buck with the head, or rather the back of the netk retlns on a bar of wood sup ported on two short pillars. The elephant, apparently Invariably, nnd the horse commonly sleep stand-inc- . This Is really astonishing. Aside s fiom the apparent dilliculty of the balance of the body during :hee Ions periods of unconsciousness, one would have supposed that n recumbent position In the case of both these animals was Iniperathe. Cattle nnd their kind commonly sleep Ijing down and during many hours of the day they He down, as when chewing main-tululn- Sounds Queer When You Jump From Sixty-nin- e to Sixty-teIt Is usually assumed nnioug civilized nations that they nil count alike and t lint they nt the decimal system. In a general way this Is Millie true. And yet the Trench have u very peculiar way nf counting, which oom to have by satin; one obessod bet ii ilevlr-t'Willi the Idea of the circle or at least of a segment of the circle. Instead of making 100 the basis of the removal of the digit to the third place, that individual stopped counting at 00 and then dot Ned two quite cumbersome methods of getting up to 100 The Preiich, like the lest of us. count up to till In a normal nnd healthy man r.or Then when (he next step Is to bo taken they say "sixty-ten.- " and so on. Seventy-threIs sev iiity-nln" Is When the genius who devised Trench counting reached this number he seems to have been puzzled for it moment how-tto on. Hut with true t!alllc be made a bold leap and called eighty become Thus eiglity-on- e Is and so on. T.lghty-ninMere one would e.poct him to strike another snag Hut be liked his solution of seventy so well In fact, he had grown so enaiu ored of It that he tried It again, and ninety becomes Ninety-thre- e Is llgured out to be "four twentles-thlrteen.and when Victor e "sxty-thlrteen;" "slxty-nlneteeii.o lime-unit"four-twenties.e " Cornwallis and His Sword After the Fall of Yorktown. HOTEL Hugo was compelled to head his cele- to say. he must have shuddered oor the entire area of his sub conscious sensibilities. Yet he may Vlngt-Trel7e- brated biographical " that noel "Qiuttre Is The Trench and even good students who have acquired a Trench which a Frenchman can listen to without gritting his teeth do not seem to be worried at all by this peculiar Trench habit, which If if were not Impelled by courtesy to call a "Gallicism" we would certainly call a region. In this they differ from all "barbarism." Hocky Mountain News. Other birds, which Invariably sleep with the head turned talhvard over DAWN AT RANGOON. the bock nnd the beak thrust In among the feathers between the wing nnd the body, not under the wing, u Is com- Where the Sun Seems to Perch In the No cxplauattou bus monly believed. Branches of the Trees. ever been offered to account for this Slow boats slipped softly up tbe trange habit It is followed even by stream and others still slept with tbe penguins, wherein the feathers are quiet gurgling at their anchors. A bo short as to fall completely to cover cranlng.swnn-llkcraft, with high carv. even tbe back. Owls nre, perhaps, tbe ed beak and outstretched wings, swept 'only exception to tbe rule. swiftly out to sea with rows of naked And. by the way, the ouly other ani- brown men bending sharply at the mate which thus turn tbe bead oars. Sampans rocked on tbe rising after this fashion during sleep tide nnd a gentle stir and stretching are certain peculiar tortoises known from sleep ran up and down the crimas "side necked" tortoises. Certain son running river. birds sleep while resting on one leg. A bird gushed suddenly a wondrous This curious pose is well seen In long liquid song from the low, mist covered legged birds like storks and gulls. shores. Following came a gentle breeze Pocks generally sleep on open water, that rent the fine silver tissues, rippled and to avoid drifting southward, and the stream and showed, very miked therefore Into the danger zone, they and ugly, a low, flat lying town. With )teep constantly paddling with one came a fnlnt. tine echo of toot, eo that the body always is cir- the breath bells languorous, pausing tones of sll cling round the chosen sleeping area. ver. Then, enieiglng from the mists VtFJe sjoths sleep suspended by their and standing high above the level of feet and tbe head tucked In between the brown earth, gleamed a bell shaptbe forelegs. The no less remarkable ed, divinely pointed thing of gold tb.it African pottos, or slow lemurs, assume quivered dizzily for a moment, then s a similar pose, but they attach dimmed behind a bank of mist. to si vertical Instead of a horiNext tile sun leaped Into the day and bough, so that tbe body rests zontal struck upon the sense like the sudden with tbe head upward. No animal clash of metal cymbals. The mists Bare ninn sleeps on his back. curled Instantly and vanished, the Some animals nre said never to sleep under foot and a and this because the eyes are never shadows withered bare white light trimmed like a knife closed. The hares, snakes and llshes Hangoon. are commonly supposed to enjoy this the ugly outlines of Mind and body cry aloud for shelter unenviable distinction. The notion Is, however, quite erroneous. Whale and In the town. The sun hangs so In the very branches of the tbelr kin are often quoted as sleepless creatures. It Is supposed that If they dust streaked ttees. It is appalling, nmd.e-Jh.Jmistake they would piompt-J- y nnd tiie soul whimpers at the nearness, "The Color the bald liitrusion.-Fro- m drown! of the Cast." by Elizabeth Washburn. n rule darkness Induces sleep. iVA? TTItb many animals, however, the The Artist's Antique Was Genuine. Is the case, as with the bats and A well known landscape painter reowls, for example. iThls reversal of tbe Usual order has been brought cently bought a Louise Qulne sofa at about by the nature of the feeding a public auction. Fie paid a large Mini for tills acquisition, but was at the habits. rinally one comes to the question, same time not altogether certain of Where does sleep begin? This Is by Its authenticity, despite the pedigree hav-itu- ; no means easily nnsweied. One Is in- with which it was purchased. Hut bought It he placed the sofa In hi clined to diaw the line at the Insects. Hut since all living things plants as studio. On the first occasion on which well as animals display periodical he sat down on the sofa It collapsed was pre Ktuton of quiescence, pel haps we shall beneath bis weight, and he clpltated on the Hour, being severely In regarding sleep ,be near the truth conns universal among living things. In bruised in tbe process. Hut his Observing tbe case of plants It is enforced by tusions did not tiouhle hlin. litdurkness. save in the case of many the worm eaten pieces of wood that jiucteria and fungi, which, like evil tered the Uoor, he exclaimed Joyfully, deeds, grow under the cover of dark "After all, it's genulue." Paris Letter to London Globe. ness. Illustrated London News. of other nationalities e back-JWpthem-selvelow-perches cud. More curious still there nre creatures which Invariably sleep hanging head dowuwnid suspended by their hind feat The bats afford a case In point. Among the birds we meet with the some strange habit in the little hanging parrots of India and the Malayan the not Pleasant For the Mistress. "' Mistress (discussing housemaid who hns given notice! Well, of course If tfbe wants to go she must. Hut It iieeniK foolish of her If her only reason Is that she wants a change. She won't get u better place than this. Cook That's Just what I tolMhe silly girl. , ma'nui.j "Depend upon 'it." I says to her. "you'll only be going out of the vrylngjfan Into the the." London Punch. Solemn Faced George. Not In Mourning. Sir Squire Hancroft. the famous actor, once paid a visit to it sick friend and biought him a basket of grapes. The friend eyed them wlstrully aud asked: "Are they black grapes?",, Hancroft had to acknowledge that they were not. "You see." he said whimsically, "lu serious cases I never bring black." London Globe. see! Do I owe you Rorro why-L- et's Our one grlewuice against George , Haugs-N- ot u cent, my Washington Is that he never let the anything?, you going around paying boy. Are artists know that be could smile. Look- I your little debts? Horrowby No; go-ing at the solemn vlsnged portraits of seeing If I'd overlooked Ihe great mau creates the feeling that lug around Hve till Saturday, tbe batting average of the Joy of llvlug anybody. Lend mo was .mighty low la his day. Toledo will youV Hoston Transcript. Blade. Warlike. Hobbs That fellow HJones Is a Clever Answer. Old Gentleinau Well, my boy, and mighty quarrelsome snit ot fellow when, does your birthday come? Boy Slpbbs-Y- es, oen his own statement Itecoid. (who has been cautioned not to 1Kb for It passed by a longtime presentsi-O- h. ugo- - u year next Saturday. Life. Sympathy. Mrs. Thompson My husband Is se- ' The rann who wears silk stofkltms ritiUsly ill. Ile'si having a .eoiisultu- careful about stepping Into tbe mud' iJun now. Lnundi ess-P- oor innii. Do " ' '.t butt him badV-lM- fe." eajs a Kieueh proverb." 1 I eonlllcL-Phlladelphla Leading Up to It. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft3d Monday In March, Tuesda) aft3d .Monday lu June, Tuesd.ij nft- od .Monday In September, Tuesday after I'.d Monday in December. L. A. McDanlel, KocKport, Friday after od Monda lu March, Friday after 3d Monday In June, Friday after 3d Monday in September, Friday after 3d .Monday lu December. j S. V. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3d Monda in March,, Wed- MlCbdav In llftiT :M Moinl.-ilimn iWcUnesdny after 3d Moifday in SepHnmiimiMHi,TTflFu..i.Mi tember, Wednesday after 3d .MonTREES FULL OF FAT. day in December. K. C. Tlcbe'iior, CentertoMii, SatSome of Them Yield a Pretty Fair Suburday after 3rd Monda in eaeh stitute For Butter. month. HAVE VOIR SUITS There are several trees that yield an Winson Smith, Select, Tuesday oily substance much resembling butter nfter I'd Monday In March, Tues.la nnd making a good substitute for it I'd .Monday in May, Tuesday j after Some of these grow In Europe, but tbe laftcr 3d Monday In August, Tues-fkla- y after I'd Monday lu November. best known species are natives of AfW, S. Dean, Dundee, ' Wed rica nnd South Amerlcn. nesday after the second Monday in The Bussia butyracea, or the "shea Dyeand Murch, Wednesday after 'XI Monday butter," as It Is commonly called, in May, Wednesday nfter 3d Monday ing grows wild on the west coast of Africa. In August, Wednesday after 2d Mon-da- y The butter obtained from this tree is In Novomber. Ladies work given derived by pounding and pressing the Ucn F. nice, FondsvUlc. Tuesday seeds, which nie three Inches long. after 2d Monday in March, ThursWhen extracted tbe oil assumes the day after 2d .Monday in May, ThursMats Cleaned consistency of butter and smells like day after 2d Monday in August, Thursday after 2d Monday In Nochocolate. Not ouly is it an excellent vember. article of food, but it is used extensive--, Work called Ben W. Tavlor. Ralnh. Frhlnv nft- ly for tbe making of soap and candles. fer 2d Monday In March, Friday nfter Tbe seeds of the crab tree of Brazil iu .nonuay in .May, Friday after 3d nnd Guiana are TO per cent fat, and .uonuay m August, Friday after --'d Club $1.00 the "crab wood tallow" derive from Monday In November. them is excellent for tbe manufacture HARTFORD POLICE COURT. of candles and soap. When boiled the v. u. .Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. (nllow turns out yellow butter which Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Hartford Pressing Cltfb. contains u small quantity of strych.uurenai; uouri convenes secoiW Monrenine. Tbe latter, however, Is easily day In each month. GUNTHEK BLDU.jCENTEK ST. moved by prolonged boiling. City Council J. C. Her, Major; R. T. Collins, Clork; J. li Bean, TreasFrom the nutmeg a useful fat Is obHARTFORD, KY. urer. Members of Council J. C. t. tained. The nutmegs which have been Cant. A. D. Whlto. a. k. intn. broken or damaged by insects are J. D. Ralph, A. C. Velser, W. 11. roasted, ground and pressed for the uiuespie. fat. which Is used for cosmetic and School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chairmedicinal purposes. man; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. A tree abounding In tbe forests of J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. Africa and called by Kaffirs "chlgnlte" yields (from the fruit or bark, tbe exact RELIGIOUS SERVICES. source being unknown) a white butter M. Ii Church. South Services like substance which constitutes an morning and evening eveny first and important article of commerce on that third Sunday in each month. Sunday school 'J:lo a. in. Prayer meetcontinent. New York World. ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. B. W. Napier, pastor. Labouchere's Complaint. Baptist Church Services morning If people banished from their tables and evening every second nnd fourth all tbe commodities which, like salt, Sunday In each month. Sunday school have been condemned In print tbeli 11:43 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed decidedly monotonous diet would be nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pottle, "Food faddNts are most aggressive Feel right nil the time. Don't lay of! pastor. Christian persons," Henry Labouchere once com from work for days by taking calomel Church Serv ices every keeps you third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. plained. "In my time I have known when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x them to preach that we should give up on your feet, while relievingyour troub- aul 7 p. m. Sunday school 'J'.'M a. m. Don't meat, tobacco, soup, starch (Including le. Safer too, and easy to take. afford Elder Gvvinn, pastor. anything else. You can't SECRET SOCIETIES. bread and potatoes), salt, tomatoes, ha takeEliminates poisons, cleanses sysHartford Lodge No. C73, F. and A. nnnas, strawberries aud bath buns. I it. and relieves constipation. A nattem M. meets over first Monday nJght have also witnessed movements foi ural remedw natural in its actions, sure In giving up boots, waistcoats, bats. ocr in its effect and certain in results. It M.; each month. W. S. Stevens, W. Ovvnu Hunter, Secretary. will coats, carpets, feather beds, spiini: i won't be long beforo Llo- - Ver-La- x llarttord Chapter No. M O. S. in every innttresse. cold baths, linen clothe- completely displace calomel freely anA meets every second and fourth li Monwoolen clothes, sleeping more than sl. ' home. Children can tako it guar-- day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams. hours, sleeping less than nine hours with perfect safety. Every bottle Nonej W. M.; Jan. 11. Williams, W. p.; anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. I and lighting tires at the bottom." genuino without the likeness and sitjna-- I .Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Rough River Lodgo No, 110 Knight turo of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenEnthusiasm, ,J. II. WILLIAMS, - llarttord, Ky- - ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. nnthtislasni Ii faith in action, "Faith Hedrick, K. of R. A: S. bolieveth all things." tiuihiishioin puts Hartrord Tent No. y'J, K. O. T. M. moots every first and tnlrd Thursday that belief to the test. The enthusiast nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; believes that the thing can be done; InE. P. Moore, RccoiU Keeper. lets faith to believe that It ought to be Lodgo No. 33U I. O. O. F. done: he has enthusiasm to do it. To meets every second and fourth Frithe unthinking enthusiasm Is but the day nights lu each month. C. M. Harfoam on the deeply Mined waters, lu nett. Noble Grand; W. It. Hedrick, truth It Is the striving of the waters Secretary. themselves. It Is tbe very life of effort Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. Succeed when everything else fails. From "The Power of .Mental Do mcqts every second and fourth SatIn nervous prostration and female uiand," by lleibert Kdwnid Law. urday nights lu each month, Tom I weaknesses they are the supremo Williams, Council Commander; W. C. remedy, as thousands nave teutuied, Wallace, Clerk. Achill Island. FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND Sunshino lllvo No. 42, L. O. T. M.. There are few people who once havmoots every first and third Friday STOMACH TROUBLE island of Achill can foring seen the nights in each month. Mrs. Attyo it ia (he best medicine ever told get its beauty. The Island lies close Griffin, lidy Commander; Mrs. II. over a druggist s counter. When to the west coast of liclatid. E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. the skies aie blue, niountulus gieen Keywono Chapter No. 110, R, A. and smiling, bogs clad lu purple and M meets every IhhVl Saturday night picturin each month. John T. Mooro High pink heather and the whole Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Socretary. esque Island in sunshine, the place U AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. rt wouderluud. Tho most economical, cleansing an( Stato Officers President, J. 11. Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presigermicidal of all antiseptics la How She Made Him. dent, J. 11. Burnoy, MuliTtfnborg Co.; "IIo snjs his success is due cntlrelj Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, to his wife."' Calhoun,-Ky- .; Organizer, T. II. ' "But liH wife divorced hlml" Hartford, Ky. "Yes, but he had to hustle so hard to Members Stato Executive Board-B- on earn the alimony the court granted hei J. W. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Dunn,Watson, Webster county; Plrtle, Daviess county; Hilary that he became the business biiccess bo dissolved in water as needed. Ohio county; li I. Ray, Hardin counyou now see." lIouMon Post. As n medicinal antisoptic for douches ty; C. G. Davcnpoitt, Warren county. Ohio County Officers S. L. Stov-je- ns, In treating catarrh, inflammation or Both Bluffers. Henry Plrtle, Sec- -I President; She If you don't go awav nt once I ulceration of noso, throat, and that rotary; S. Ii Bennett, Treasurer. caused by feminine ills it lias no equal. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. ihall call my husband. Peddler- -1 alh) on hlin 1st. mid he threatened me For ten years tho Lydla li I'lnUhnm Osna Sliults, Chairman, Hartford, Medicine Co. has recommended Puxtlno Ky. Blatter with In their private- correspondence with 1. O. ,L. Terry, Hnrtford, Ky. woinon, which proves Its supotioilty. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsville, Ky. The real man N one who nlways Women who have been cured say 3. Ira Doiarth, Olaton, K. duds eAcuscs for nthcis. but nt'ier t it H "worth its weight in gold." At 1. 11. O. Autry, llulzetown, Ky. hlinMtJf.-Hujirv Wind llecvliHr tuses druggists. COe. largo box, or by mall. 5. li G .Austin,. Prentiss. 0. J. L. Drown, Rocliport, Ky. Tho Paxtoa Toilet Co., lloaton, Mass. I Art Is not always true to history. Schoolboys of several generations are familiar with the picture of Cornwnllls surrendering his sword to Washington nfter the fall of Yorktown. Lord Corn-wnllIs revealed lu tbe act of passing over his beautiful sword to the hand of bis conqueror. The Infeience Is that Washington tool; the sword and Kept It as a trophy of vhtory. The facts are quite otherwise. Coiuwallls, proud even In defeat, declined to put lu n personal appearance on the occasion of his siinoiidor. The allied fences. American nnd Pieneh. who had besieged lilin for thirteen days, were drawn up lu two columns along the road leading to Hampton. Kochambe.iti. on a Hue hay horse, was nt the head of the Trench column. On his white charger sat Washington at the head of the Ameikaii tioops. The Hrltlsh and Hessians surrendered marched out of their Intreiichmciits and passed down between the two col umus. Many thousands of Virginia citizens were gathered to watch the scene, all eager to get a glimpse of Lord Corn wnllis. Hut they were disappointed lu that. Cornwallis pleaded Indisposition and stayed In his quarters. He sent his sword by one of bis olllcers. Gen eral O'Hnra. to be delivered up to Washington. General O'llara offered the sword to Washington, who directed him to General Lincoln, the ofllcer whom Washington bad appointed to conduct the surrender. Lincoln took the sword from O'Hara's band and then politely handed It back, to be returned to Cornwallis. is P0WMM MNGTOtt D.C. fEL OrAMERICAN IDEALS lit.v It In a city where good hotels abound, the Powhatan heads the Is countrymen. firit In the hearts ot its The Towliatan 7 trtined, ex. elusive, and restful. lit excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th ami It Streets, makes it a desirable headquarter lor bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions. Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to Stale, War and Navy Departments, also lo many ot historical points interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at St. SO, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50, $3.00 and up. Write for booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. .Manager. Circuit Court T. F. MrMicwl, . 'Juilgo; lien 1). Hlngo, Attorney; P. Atldklff, Jailer, li U. HnrniM, Attorney Law Clerk; li li UlrlJhead, Master Com- iiulBiloncr; II. T. Collins, Trustee HARTFORD, KY. Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, I)putles-- S. A. Ilrntclier; Will practice his profession In UiU Hartford. office deputies Mis. S. O. Keown nnd land adjoining counU. ComuirehU , (illiuoro Keown. Court convenes first 'Monday lu February ntul continues nnd Criminal PincUo; n. Specialty. three woclts; third Monday In April, two wookst, third Mondaj lu October, two weeks. County Court John 11. Wilson, Judge; W. C. lJInnkenshlp, Clerl,, Law C. li Smith, Atlorne, Hartford. Court con ".lies first Mondao In each HARTFORD, KY. Month. M(tvnw. W. 11. Banns mid C. E. Quarterly Court Heights on thy first .Monoay lu ewrj mouth. Sinlt.li announce tli.it tlury have .fonn-- a Court ot Calms Convenes first partiivr.slup for the general pracTuesday In January aud first Tues-- 1 tice of kiw, eiC'ipt cnlmliKil and dlvor da lu October. Other County Officers C. S. Mo- -' e.uos, .Mr. (Smith hiving County Attorloj, Sun e or, roilsllle, Ky It. ney is pixivvnted f ruin pr.ictfelng such F. 1). .o. -- ; Tom lllncs, Assessor, Mr, BariKt: will Individually Olaton, Ky.; O.na Sliults, Superin- eciwci accept Mich practice. OffUvu lu tendent, iiartfoid; Dr. A. 11. ltilej, Coroner, llarttord; T. II. llentoii, Hartford Republican building, Hart(Koad Kiiglncer, Hartford. ford, K- JUSTICES' COL UTS. Otto C. Martin at A I Barnes & Attorneys at Smith er er ,cr ARTHUR ASSOCIATED D. 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Sold In 1'eaily every city and tuwn in Hie United States and Canada, or by null dlicct. More sold than any other make. Send lor tree catalogue. McCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscribers than any otlitt fi.l,tnn million a month. Invaluable, I.aU patterns, ilressmsklmr, millinery, (magazine fancy needlework, halrdrcjjlng. pofd storlci, etc. Only GO cents a double), Including a free pattern. ouuicrrog louay, or, teuu lor aampie copy. fc j I I MeCAIX PATTERNS SPECIAL TO WOMEN Wonderful inducements to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and ncsr cash prize offers. Address , CM MeCAIX CO.. SU2UW.jnUiSL. MW Y0EK ,Bal-nial- n, KIULthe COUCH AND wiTHBir to I CURE the LUNGS m mnive $9 11 you.-Fllege- nile - " iryOl.D3 Trial Bsttlo Free 'k GUARAIITID SATISFA0TOKY un mvNiiY iuiEuiiaEO. i.tt-- LIFE IS ALWAYS DYING. STEVENSON'S LAMENT. Children Cry for Fletchtr's LtfiSl 111 fl fil Tliolttnd You Hnvo Always Bonght, nnd Oaf. . u or li uo i ufi:r .astvarcnaai which 1ms liccn u vr:ir.s. 1111s nnrnniim n . (rniiitmn r - unu mis uecn mauo unuor m -HOiml supervision Hincolts lnfmicy V Soon At We Cease Dying We Cease to Live. f tly f.lvlmr U n foutiiitiuiw Ing. When we evuxe to die we eeaau to lire. One can readily understand this by menus of it very concrete example. Suppose you arise suiue cold morning and llud the lire In your furnace has "Kune out." It will do no good to utter malicious Invectives iiKnlnst the poor furnace, .lust philosophize ns follow: "My furnace has ceased to die. In other words. It hits censed to consume that very expensive article called coal, The continual consumption of coal Is lire or life In the Md Just at -- Counterfeits, Imitations nml " JtiNtais-goo- d " aro but ..M'iinnin nun, iriiiu wuu una eiuiunor tlio liciwtli of Juftmts mid Children Experience ngulust lixpcrinicut. AH furnace. When the consumption or Iius been In con.stnnt tiso for tliu relief of Constipation., Jliitulciicy, 'Wind Colic, all Teethlnjr Troubles and JMarrlttua. It regulates the Stomach and Howls, sisslmllates tlio Food, (riving healthy nnd natural sleep. The Children's Punuceu The Mothcrs Friend. for Castor OH, Prtrc-3;orl- c, Drops anil Siiotlilnfr Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifc contains neltlier 0)iuiu, Morphine, nor other Xurcotio Mibstanee. Its nj;o is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms si ml allays Feverishncss. Tor more than thirty yours it What is CASTOR IA Cnstorla a harmless snlistltuto is GENUINE yBears CASTOR I A the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TXC CCMTaUR COMPANY. TT MUHHAT STOUT. HI YORK CITY. and rebuilding or a continuous stale ot tlylng nnd Mm;. As soon its decomposition ceases reconstruction ceases, or, in common terms, us soon ns we cease ilyiiiK we cense living. Certain l)lsons, If swallowed by a human destroy life by iiniilhllntlmr the decomposing or dying process which Is necessary for life. When they enter the system a cfieinlc.il compound Is formed which resists decomposition. Upon examination of the dead body it will be found that putrefaction does not take place. With these poisons in the body there Is no process of dying: hence there is no life. The same truth holds In regard to our mental and moral existence. If we cense to struggle or think nnd aro content to live n purely animal life tlio activity of our brain powers quickly ceases nnd we are mentally dead. Struggle, action, nsplrnthm. is dying, but It means living Introduce the poison of vice nnd there Is n cessation of mental life ns fatal ns that caused to the body by arsenic New York American. I be-Iti- tlyltiK ceased the lire or life censed." Accordingly you proceed to mike tlio furnace "die" some more. What Is true of the furnace Is truo of ourselves. All organic life exists in 11 statu r continuous decomposition ONE OF OUR LITTLE GUNS. Starck Pianos r No Money iaAdvaDco Satiafac lloa Gnua LoweatNet Fact or y anteed Eaileit Termis A Saving of $10U to P. A. STARCK Prtcea suooFacFrom pntsiocr tory Direct OWN HOME Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Planrf for nOllajV Tree trial. In your home. No cauli payment resulted, All we ask Is that you will play upon, use nnd test thin piano for 30 days, If, nt the end or that time, you do not llnil It the lilKhcm fcrnde, Kweotest toned and llnest piano In every way, that you have, ever fot the mone), you aro at perfect liberty to send tt buclt. nnd we will. In that event, pay the both ways. This Sturck Piano must make good with you. or there Is no sale. hc-e- on Ullltf rili.fc VU nAvc CDCc tdmi iniHL Savt $150.00 or Mart '''S'OWo in your Easy Piymants You pay no cash down, hut after 30 days of trial. ou can payment on the low cat, easiest terms eer suojested hy a piano manufacturer. These term are arranged to suit your comenience, anl It i possible for you to hry pmo for your home, without mlsdrir tlio in.iney. We nuip direct to J on (rum our faitory, at s uim-ardof $150.00 la the we guarantee to furnish you a Ixltir piano for the money than )ou ran You areaurrd of rec"irlna; eeiite elowherr. a MtlKfittury sweet toned durable high grade piano. print that aryou eot of jour piano, 0?-V- i- V A Peeling Onions For a Living. The profession of onion peeling is not 10 Fru Mutlo Weber $110.00 one that obtains much notice, yet there Stelnway 92.00 Listtnt are at least fiOO women in the east end Chlckering Plant laek Fru 80,03 To ctery purchiier of of London earning their living by reStarck Planoa, we give free Send today for our new Kimball 89.00 moving onion skins. With practice rnuilc leasoni. In one of plana Starck 195.00 beautifully illustrated you a the brjt known achoola in book which gives tbey can make 4 or 5 shillings per Chicago. Theie Inwni you large amount of InformaSend for our latest complete day. Often they have been peeling since ran take In your own home, tion regarding pianos. This secondhand bargain Hit. by mail. Thla rrpresenta book will Interest and childhood, daughters succeeding moth- -' nleise voil. i Writ inA&v tree innructioo. era. It Is not a profession you can 1348 Starck Bids., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., learn In one lesson, for the skin must be removed by band or the onion Easily Made Salad Dressing. Bent two eggs well, add half a pint "Juices" and Is no use for pickling. of best vinegar, butter size of a ben's The onions are always peeled In water. egg and half n teaspoonful of salt This Is not to save the eyes of the i'ut this Into it granite pun and set ou peeler, but Is done to keep the onion stove. To prevent curdling stir rnpld-l- white. London Express. and continue until It thickens like They All Think That. custard, .then remove from store, and To Got Your Chances on The FREE Barrel ot "Tberegoes a man who is sure I'm while still hot stir in half a teaspoonIIN ful of made mustard thinned In as not doing my duty to my family." "One of your neighbors?" much vinegar, a sprinkling of pepper "No." and. for those who like It. n teaspoonOno chance given with each quart purchased. Every time jou "Evidently a friend of an intimate ful of olive oil. Stir thoroughly until inal.e a purchaao elaowhero you lo3e a chanco to get a barrol ot well mixed ttuil set It in n cool place. friend of yours?" old whiskey or $05.00 In cash absolutely TOEE. SEND YOUH "Wrong again. Not even an acMAIL OltDERS TO US they wljl bo promptly and carefully filled Use the saute tts any dressing. Naquaintance." from the best stock of llquora In Owcnshoro. Your chances on tional Mugazluu. "Who Is he, thou?" ths free barrel ot whiskey will bo enclosiU with your shipments. "A life Insurance agent" Detroit Ask for our prlco list. It contains just what you want. Two Parts of a Sentence. Free Press. This story comes fiom the classroom on one of Uncle Sam's big battleships: JC ararh ,y The Thunder. a ax X Euslgu Instructor In Grnnipmr "Say. mamma." queried the small X OWENSUORO, KY. 310 W. Srd Street, What aro the two principal parts of a son of a local labor leader, "is It the S. Stone," "Old sentence? Coal P.tsser iscratchlng nis thunder "I'ronilcr Puro," "Old Quality." that strikes or tlio lightning?" Fluo OranMles, Wlnrs, Gins, Cordials. Etc. heudi Solitary conliiiemeut and bread "The lightning, dear," was the reply. nnd water. New York Sun. "Ob. well." replied the youngster. "I suppose the thunder doesn't belong to Inconsistent. the union." Chicago News. "Your wlfo says you have nbotit the courage of a mouse." said the disagreeNot Very Far. OVER 68 YEARS' able relative. "Here's a dollar back that I marked Bnckbee'a "Full ot Llle" Northern Groaa EXPERIENCE "1 wonder tint she should make the redigreed Seeai iae a reputation of wyearas becomparison." replied Mr. Mcckton. and put Into circulation only day lucccsslul seed growing bebina tuca. tt pay fore yesterday. Surprising, oh?" felani the best. Tlenrlettii Is. nfttild of n Seasonable Specialties: "Ob, 1 don't know. A dollar doesn't Stpr. BBANS . $3.50 Bushel go very fur these days." Judge. Barltett Red Valentine . . . j.jjBuahei Refugee Extra Early A Cool Hand. New Strlnglew Green Pod . S3.70 Bushel Real Unhapplness. Wardwtll'a Imp. Kidney Wax U$n Bushel Sergeant ito rcerulti What would b Trade Marks Davis New White Wax . . fi.75 Bushel Sllllchap-Whn- t'rt the matter, old the tirst thing you'd do. Jnckseii.'lf yoi ucaioria Currie'a Rust rroof Wax . Hy Bushel 1 You look unhappy. Cynlcua IABvainuTt Ae. PBAJi. . wer vii gutirU duly tit thu powder man? Extra Early Alaska . Anyoue aandlng a skat eh and description war $j.jo Bushel am. I'm almost us unhappy :ih a womuiiifptziiie uud the thing blew upV t quickly ascertain cur opinion frastwlioilitr an Early Cradus . . . . lj jo Buahel New secret that nolnxly wrtnU to fiiTentlou Is prohablr Horsfurd'a Matket Garden . fj.j Bushel Tlie llrst thing 1,'d do, ir. would an with it llonaatrictWraiiadeiitMAIUWKont-aientBuckbce'a Lightning Eipreaa )$o Bushel ant tree. Oldest aaancy for eoeurljif patent. to tire n Khot to give the :ilnrn.-;e,- w kuow. London Telegraph. no fatenu taken turouali Munn A to. rutelTe LaMuca, aUatfak. Tomato and a full line tftcUUtutkt, without obaraa, tat ua York I'ost. ?eeds. Plants and Bulbi at lowest growing prices), Make cleun wotk ami leave no lag. or aubaait a list of bead lor complete catalogue ic four requirements and will quote pneam. Allow uo drla.vs when you me tit a S'nt'ilug Buy direct from the rtower Save Moeey. Mke H.Teetlou. I'tim-A haa4somel lllastaataa) weklr. Ijrae.t c r. thing: do II mid 'ro yyrua louay, aicaiion inia paper. jitrnite vimut'fKcs: fnaiir iioit.i.' fewer Kinikfe. be done with yeari (oaraDootua.l7lMH(Madealcrj, onr-yea- ra IS year, line (uarantn has 6oa of it our S3 yrara of piano experlenre, and the reputation of nn rceponilblf pUno house. . guaranteed for Etttt 5ra!8? 8tarck Piano U aiircK In.-rlandlartt- lnt Playtr-Hai-H- M large number of allgntly used and aecond hand plausa of aH tandard makei taken In exchange for new Starck Piano and playrr-PtanoThe follow-In- s are a few aample bargains i Te hare constantly on hand Starck riay-i'lano- a art the lot ami m(Kt lautl. tul Flayer Plinna on tat market. You will be delighted with the many ea Cluiive feature o( thee, wonderful instruments, aad will be pleawd with th very low prices at which uey can lie secured. an Interesting History. Visitors to the war department In Washington may see tt little old fashioned cannon occupying a position nt the right of the god of war standing near the main entrance of the department. The chances are, however, that the majority of visitors will pass it by with only a superficial glance, for It is a mere pygmy In comparison with some of the modern guns, being a bronze six pounder, u little less than stx feet In length nnd with only a three nnd a half inch caliber. Rut If visitors suspected even part o? the gun's interesting history they would not pass by it without pausing to pay It more respect The little gun l was built In Holland In for King George of England. It was brought to America to be used In quelling the rebellion of the king's subjects here and from that time has been closely con nected with our national history. Tradition tells us that Benedict Arnold led a band of American riflemen up Lake Cbatuplalu. Invaded Canada and captured the British post of St. Johns. Among the spoils he took was this cannon, upon whose barrel Arnold had cut the story of its capture, which may be rettd to this day. Because of the scarcity of guns of this kind among our fighting equipment In the Revolutionary war It is very probable that this, the first gun captured from the British, was used by our army in fighting against Its former owners nil through the war. Thus the gun which was made by the Dutch for the king of England to be used In fighting ugalust the French nnd Americans, then captured it ltd turned against Its former owners, lias come to occupy a place of honor and respect at the very throne of war In our national capjtol. -- Wisconsin State Journal. 17-t- It la In the War Department and Haa have never rend nnd cannot, though 1 live to be ninety. I would that some ono else had written It: By till that I can learn It is the very book for my complaint. I like the wtty 1 hear It opens, and they tell me John Sliver Is good fun. And to me It Is nnd must ever be a dream unrealized, a book unwritten. Oh. my slghlngs after or even Skcltery, nnd. oh, the weary age which will produce me neither: "Chapter I. Tlio night was dark nnd cloudy, the ways foul. The single horseman, cloaked nnd booted, who pursued his wny across Wlllesden common, had not met u traveler when the sound of wheels" "Chapter L 'Yes, sir.' said the old pilot, 'she must have dropped into the bay n little afore dawn. A queer craft she looks.' " 'She shows no colors, returned the young gentleman musingly. " "They're of a quarter boat, Mr. Mark,' resumed the old salt. 'We shall soon know more of her.' " 'Aye.' replied the young gentleman called Mnrk, 'and here. Mr. Seadrlft. conies your sweet dnugbter, Nancy, tripping down the cliff.' " 'God bless her kind heart, sir!' ejaculated old Seadrlft. l. "Chapter I. The notary. Jenn hud been summoned to the top of a great bouse in the Isle St. Louis to make a will, nnd now, his duties finished, wrapped In a warm roquelaure and with n lantern swinging from one band, he issued from the mansion ou bis homeward wny. Little did he think what strange adventures were to befall him" That is how stories should begin. , And I am offered busks Instead. What should be: The filibuster's Cache. Jerry Aberahaw. Blood Money: a Tale. What Is: Aunt Anno's Tea Cozy. Mrs. Brleriy's Niece. Society: a Novel. R. L. S. A Book He Couldn't Read and the Kind of Story Ha Wanted. This, from the "Letters of R. L. Stevenson," shows his version to reading one of his own books and tlio kind of story for which ho yearned: To W. E. Henley: I send you a book which (or I am mistook) will please you It pleased me. Hut I do desire a book of adventure n romance and no man will get or write mo one. Dumas 1 have read nnd reread too often: Scott, too, and I am short. 1 want to bear swords clash. 1 want a book to begin In a good wny n book, I guess. like "Treasure Island." alas, which 1 11 It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky In writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardul, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! , JAMES & CO., Plrst Class Centertown, Uiveryi-neti - Kentucky. -- Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES, fl.3 The Republican and Louisville Hewld and-St- . 1.76 . Louis The Reptblican 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The jaepublican ana JJaiiy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.7.5. The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Womanfs Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro Lincoln's Life Line. When former Senator Blackburn was a very young man be practiced law for a time in Chicago. One day in the U flics he was engaged in a case uguinst one of the big law yers of the city. Blackburn was In Atralts. He floundered it bit. nnd n tall, 'bornety tnttn who-wa- s reading a newspaper near him gave him n hint. He floundered again, and the tall 'man gave him another hint. Then the opposing lawyer Jumped up. "If your honor please." he shouted. "I desire to Inquire whether Abraham Lincoln Is an attorney of record In this case?" "I'll nnswer that." said Mr. Lincoln, the future president. "I am not. but I am too soft hearted to sit here mid watch this young man overboard without throwing him a plunk!" Saturday Evening Post Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. 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I i w.wi.frinM,VWa4,AUX.. trmasvsi uMiji nar?p mwarwnaww isrvwrriWWWttj4INK E.tip jm .rLJrMKtt?MX SXii 2 tcrcforc Iw left outside tlio'bcds, and the recent excavations complete NOBODY KNOWS ABOUT If muslin covers must bo removed this picture, and make us realize that life strip and wooden frames can be treat-- ,vas not dfforcnt Ju itho far- THE SLIPPERY EEL l with creosote, tho exlor of .which away past irom wnat it is to-tiin will arford soino protection NOW UNCOVERED many an Italian town. from worms d.sposoiT to travel across tho A scjiomc has latuly 'been evolved bare ncra. to create again, near OaVatlw greatIf snawlng liisects have boon alest harbor of Central Italy.connoct-iii- g Born in the Sea but At Once lowed .to get In tilio bcils, the only It WiCli Rome by the Tiber ai(d Once Busy City Dead and Starts for Fresh thing to ido Is spray with ursoiiato by electric railways, whlcji would Forgotten. of lead, three pounds in fifty lead tp iho redemption of the region Water. lying between ilie capital and the of water, or else uso Uarls A thousand might bo wrong but not jrreen, Tyrrhene Sea and niako it a seaside pound In thirty gallons cf water, with five hundred thousand. More than a half suburb of Rome- a about Archaeologists Reveal Life of Tho Columbia professor had boon pound of s'nkod lime added to premillion buyers have picked the Ford, be fishing In the Hudson, mid all lie had vent burning. Tho arsenate cf Jctwl A Texas Wonder. Two Thousand Years to sIiqw for two or t)ir0q hours' Utile In the proportion recommended does cause of its all 'round serviceability, its low Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney an was one cl about a foot long, uo harm at all to the plants and Ago. bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, first cost and its low cost of upkeep. The "It Isn't much," lie said to a ifrlcnd requires no Jlnie. cures dltbctes, weak tnd lame backs, Lord has made good. Tho above treatment ,s to be jre- rheumatism, and alt Irregularities of who met h.in homeward bound, "Inu t li o r tho kidneys and bladder In both men an eel Is a much more iiitorqs:.'iig commended also for tie small .brown In LciMon. "American Five hundred dollars Is the price of the Ford stralgUtness and resular.ty" ts one and women. Regulates bladder trou being than any oth.r f.sh because flea bcrtes which Honintlnies Infest runabout; the touring car Is live fifty; the town rAo tho beds ami gnaw numerous enr seven llfty f. o. b. Detroit, complete description of tjie Btrco'd of Ostla, bles In children .If not sold by your loss is known abou It itltnu romld with equipment. port of Ilonio at Llio inouth druggist, will send by mall on re- others. For example, ucluly 1ms vot ho'cs In the leaves- Get catalog and particulars from the eld The arsciinte of load ndherM to of Mie TJber, unco a busy city, now ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is fouuiul out where the eul dclos!ts and seldom Its eggs and nobody nevtr saw an ol the leaves fur sumo ctuie, and should lea.il aid forgotten by all but the ar- two months' treatment, tjiat lii.M "aid an c2g,aij you mghtsiy. serve to protect them from these in, ' falls to perfect a cure. Send for teschaeologists. way, as inter-esfii- S timonials from this and other states. One spawn. ug f.nlshcs them, as far sects alter the plants aro so; out The place is, in Us in the field, though a second appli as l'onipe.:. The latter was Dr. E. W. Hall, 22G Olive Street, St, as any body knows. (INCORPORATED) Is jiecul.ar from start to cation may be needed nfter they are "The watering place, ji:i upper middle-clas- s Spawned somewhere in the well started. finish. Man vs. Woman. wliiu llorculaiieum was a Roman NewKY. ii the .Men are what .vomen marry. They sea at a depth of S,000 feet II. G ARM AN, port Hut Ostla was an ordinary business seaport niid cltjy, and drink uml get drunk, cuas, smoke and spawn comes to the surface and devoir Entomology nud Ilotan st, ops slaw.ly. A mother col wjj deposKy. Agrlcul. Ex. StaUon- n$ discoveries Just made ithere, says chow tobacco, but don't go to church. - Homo correspondent of the Stnii- - Perhnrs Llic'y would if they wore boii-ot- s. it from 10,000,000 to 15,000,000 eggs theThey are more Joglcal than worn a larger quantity than any other Master Commissioner's Sale. ard enable one to reconstruct the life In imperial center of 2,000 en and also more geological. Dar-.vl- n vertebrate, and the young ccV of a busy Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. says both men and women sprang their (.arlicr stages are net eel shap- A. D. .years ago. Parks, ct al., I'iiUntiff, Founded, according to tradition, by from monkeys (while I don't believe ed, but as f at as a pos.al card and vs. Ubout n A Aucia Mart.nus, Osta "was not great- It niysc!f), still Darwin's theory is about 'iree inches long, in C. Jl. Uarnett, Gdu- - et al, Defendant. foundation, year 'ie' round out, uo to speak, and ly devcloiKxl during the republican not altogether without 13y virtue of a judgment and order . Uimp thoush jt, had always a certain for there are sone men who ilaveu'tev-olute- d are les3 m length- "They aro not gocU swimmers and of sale of the OJiio Circuit Court.rcn-dero- d (so to speak) for they look.act Importance as a station of thq fleet at the April Term, 1911, in the and still more as a commercial Cen- and arc very much like a grand iap the sea currents drift them ashore, above cause for the. sum of $030, With but during the yenr they are driftter; but it wa3 nop until (imperial baboon. However, if men and women fuod. interest at tho rate of 6 per cent days tfiat it became the large and pros did spring from the monkey, women ing Miey take absolutely no per annum from the 20th 'day of JanWhen hey get to the tihorc they sprang further Gian th. Men. Now, jieiwis town of which the present uary. 1914, until iaid, and the further give an idea. After tho end there is being a great deal bald these make at once for fresh water streams, costs herein, I will Wheat Drills, siujile and double row Corn Planters, offer for sale by o of ibe Antoiiie dynasty, jn th, Third, days about women voting and wehaie though why they should, having boon Pubhc Auction at the court house o Disc Harrows. Stac Sulky Plows, Cultivators. Shovels si'k hatted heroes tha; macadiniiz-e- d born and bred in the sa't sqaiobdiy door Fourth and Fjflji centuries, Ostla in Hartford, on .Monday, the 1st 0 ( by their creeds, staid in the cir- knows. together with Home. Wo have all day of June, 1914, about one o'clock ;j and Discs, Mowers and Hay Rakes. "They ascend the rivers, all along p. Liixj other classic sites, dulling the cles and center and liand down decis We feel that these coodB 1 m., upon a credit of six months, !t kinds of Walking Plows disgusting and damnable our coasts, getting darker in color In the following Middle Ages, Ostia .became a stone ions too described property, to- TCkn nk iuiviici kWt'V Mlrr nn rr rfjm uuuj' Jius 1. ,.ucuu piafry.and limekiln for the builders for oven a grand pap ape to" 'iaRC the frash water, and when they come vU. wiiiiuciu, ua evei; l..r) T.n JillUWII these people for a half century, and also know that of Jjie" time, some of its fragments seriously. 'Whenever I read or h,sar to obstructions in their passage they A certain town lot situated in ;; being found as far away as $ie mag- one of, these men say that f,vom,en'3 have been known to .take to the land Rockport, Ohio county, Kentucky and 31 they are the starters and leaders in the implement along shore in order to nificent Thirteenth century Cajtahe-tlra- J place is at home, working over the or to tre-edescribed as follows: Resinning at o business. The name of a smooth water beyond. John Deere implement of Orv.ioto ui& at gsa, "whl it wash tub or cook stove (or rocking reach Real Es- relarge-i"The female aro larger than iic corner of the Rock port No- tho cradle) I can't lielp bul contributed to S Petej-6nntuto Co., lot Xo. 1. block 3, N. ; ; means the best material that can be had on the market to Jfce Church of San Glovatina in La member that God made man out of the males and more numerous, and w.th street- 60 feet; thence W. with J ; for their tools and the best mechanics that can be had mud and lie certainly got hold of &me an eel sixteen inches long is invariably if.'rj:o. ' Rices lino 13'J rcet.,to Walnut street to construct same. Also a car of buggies, the best and The nia'ds very rarely in a female. Piirf. Dante VanslJeri was the first Uarued, rotten crawfish ground 'jde thence South with Walnut street 00 I most who undertook tliQ systematic exca- iiis numerous architectural material. ascend streams beyond the te styles and every buggy is built fcejt; theucc East with Rockport Real vation of the seaport, acliicvjng here- You couldn't grow an idea in some reac'- and aro thus deserted by 'ie Estate Co.'s line 132 feet to tlto be- ; service. We have a nice line of harness to select from. X tofore undreamed of result's. Exca- of their heads with the seed of Soc- female members pf the family. ginning nnd being same property knows why this is c.thcr. you are in the market for any of the above goods, vations In Osjlu had been made irom rates, watered with the wisdom of conveyed to Henry .Miller aitol wife 'ISjj onward urrier the celebrated "When sprawnlng time comes the by Solomon. tnc Rcckport Real Estate Co., ;; you will save money to call on us and let us show you SjIII man is caMed God's master-- p eels comq down the stream ul.vn.ys by Vlbcouti, .but Prof. Vig-hf- n which deed Is or record Jn the Ohio ece of creation. AVUile the poor night, even moonlight boing sufficient o and get our 1914 prices which will cause the goods set hmself to complete the Coun,'y CUrk's crt'loe, deed book , already made, joining them deluded "past up" woman has to be to do'ay them, and they go far but Xo. 39, page 39S, or sufficient there- o to move. to sea and deep down In it. There toivther Juto a great whoje which' a second story In this BWl.cal of to produce The minis of money Xo woiidcr iwe have lias immensely added to the value of suffra thciy spawn and are seen no more, to be made- no record being known of any fisheri his burled city for sudents uiW to settes. Tho real wonder js tfltat we The purchaser will bo re.iu rod to have "scorugejes," its '.ntercst for the onLnuny juri- do,i t modern man ever liavmg seen a spent cA. execute bond w.fh approved securiis ty Oahterines do .Med.c'3, who would The principle spawning ground st. immediately sale. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. Tie work that has now been ac- pclsjii the brutes, be they Kings or supposeel to be somowhere In the This 12th day after of .May, 19U. Ak complished enables the visitor to re- subjects, sons or sonlulaw. CMan,mas neighborhood of tho Sargasso Sea, as 1 ERNEST E. DIRKHEAD. j eels are very sensitive to co'd, nud as never bolero the lf.o lived teri'itcc indeed! Why, when al. ZtGod --Master Commissioner. by lie, energetic commcrc'al people made mad, ;e foutli from Ute exper-imp- :: usually hibernate in mud banks in 44U1 IUavriu & Kirk, Atjtys- winter, piling up in a heap to keep jnhab.ted tho seaport of the Eter that he ccu!du't take care cf who nal City, and gives a clear idea cf tho hm self. So he mado woman to iko as warm as passible. Keep Bowel Movement "The eel's foJ value is great and kind of town it was. There are tra- caro of him, and there aru Jots of Regular. women holding that same old ces cf five or six, bathing establishjob in some countries Is staple. Tho 'EngDr. King's New Life Pills keep ments in Ojiina. Tho cluef .baths, down to this good day. Man acknowl- lish consume mi'lioiis,but tho .Scc-tcwoulid quite as soon oat snakes- - So stomach, liver and kldncjB in healwfaJkih aro to the north of the street edges woman's superiority by ifio vethy condition. Rid the body of poiscaiVd the Via del Vigil!, (With their ry fact that ho requires at ft demands in t'-- ancient times, while the Rou-niaconsumed largo quantities, the ons and waste. Improve your comlari;o palaesra or placo for exercis- that ejie be better than he could if plexion by flushing tho liver and es, take, up a Whole iblock, and there ho iwould or would if ho could. A I Egyptian! would "not coucji him. kidneys, "i got moro relief from one 3ay let the (woman vote if (."hew want great many of our people' have this are to be found splendid mosaics of box ot Dr. King's the wwond century", thai, representing to- I .believo "equal rights to all, ex- same aversioon to the eel, though a tlhan anv mcdjcjno 1 New LIfo Pills ovor tried," says great many others are fond of It. clusive rights to none." Nepjunp drjvjng four .water horses be C. E. Hatfield, of Chicago, III. 23c., "Denmark Js onq of th greatest oel- ing perhaps tho finest, of the kind W. S. DEAN, , growlng countries, producing far more at tfour Druglst. kuiws,vhllc even tho room which is In Memory. nan all the Unllted Statu. Freshsurju?scd to have 6oen thq porter's In loving remembrance of Edna water cols aro small.but the marine lod4 has a good mosaic pavement , Cheek born October 1U, ISilO, variety, ho couger, grows FOR FLETCHER'S in on Egyptian design- big and will reach U--i fee;t in N'uir the baths to tho norlit ure the d'lcll April 24 1914, oldest daughter someijlmes Eels barracks cf tlto vjgilcs, under tho tros of .Mr. and Mrs. Wes'ey Cheek, mar- lengt.li and w;'gh 100 pounds. have been knowir to aUa 'i flio ago iif v. Inch there wero qvldeutly for-i- ried to Charlie Davison, .Maly Unrecorded Deeds. ri ether baths with earlier mo-sa- 1911. Again the death angel lias vis- of hlrty years, but tho are not eels, or if they are they aro The following is a list of Deeds one tliinjr you nre ECONOMY-tha- t's floors. The vlgllea, or firunen, ited our community and taken from from Jan. 1st, MU0, to date tliat are uerc p, brancii of tho service In Homo our midst a noble .woman. Edna wa's spinsters Now York Sun. mTmlm'mmm looking for in these Jays of high living cost Calumet Insures a wonder held In tho Ohio County CJcrk's of. and v.ero especially needed at Oi.ila, quite and unassuming. As a child die ful savins in your baking. Hut It does more. flee anU are unrecorded: was ever cheerfully obedient to her Indigestion? fAlui Can't Eat? No Vtlicru so much grain was brauuht Itinsiireswholcsomc food, tasty raised food. Appetite? AmbCier Chick, to W. E. .Martin, o for tlio uujipl of tho capital. For itlt parents and teacheta and kind Calumet Is mmlo rl1it to sell right lo baku rlicht. Ask A treatment of Elect nc letters In- date or deed, Oct. 15, 1301. brothers and playmaUs. jwinu reason one o.t tho principal di- Jicr one of the millions of women who uw It or ask your grocer. J. W. Chancellor to N. ,M. chan gnities of Oj Ja wus Vulcan, who She professed fa-t- h ,n Chris: at tho creases your appetite; Htops indigesRECEIVED HICHEST AWARDS tion; you can eat. cvitj thing. A cellor, date of deed .March IS. 1H07. protected from fire. II. s temple, ago of fourteen and livetl a consisWorld' Pur Food Exposition, Chietso, I1L real spring tonic for Hut, kidney T. A. Evans to llesWr J. Farmor, ruwupwiusn, rruct, mArcn, ivt2 Iroutng o.t thq Forum niU reached tent ehrlatan from .that timo until .A.I SJio enjoyed attwidlng and stomach trouble. I'l.aiiKB your dato of deed Nov. '1, liiOo. by n flight cf steps, has ulways lior daath. Mary IX Hardin to Wells, rol g!ou3 uerv ens a.ud is sadly mlsswl whole system and jou fell fine. lueu oo of the laudmurks of Llio Ui-dato of deed, Jan. 4, 1901. Hitters did moiv lor .Mr. T. WUu mmiu. f.T Wl mi mntj UMlmii cUi orbut rtialtt. Cduut it Dti'lksuM. BirOJswt. from I'turuiit Grove Hunday srhool d'ad cltj. ' It itn KHwal-s- in iwi lr niw U hii mA 4 rrfly Reld, 1 laden & Co. to I... O. .Wilstoinacli rouble s lnaii any Uni-i- , hi r .jllnuw blie r.Hinifitd (; One of tho most beautiful part's ot niitJlcIno ho ever Jritil. Get a bottle liams, dato of Meed May 1st, 1UO0. on! Osua i tho ihiatiu, with u gar-du- u inoiini for her fried. t today. 50c. and JJI.00. at your Drug- Rowan Holbrook ct al., to c. P. spm.-is sOio ,ias prepared lj d.o. ri beldud it mhlc)i J'rof. W. Williams Wato of deed Ort. N. U. l'attou to 1''. (i. l'atton, Koown, dato of deed Juno 2it, 1910. I Hie ,o5 n ibwojed v.lto and to according jo Hie dlruc-t.oiiT.urud A. N. Embry to Jhiry E. Pitman, 11, 1910. date of deod .Man'b 5, 1911. ed hIiiioj'c biiprvmoly happy Jn Iut reatrncnt for. Cutworms and Flea date or deed Doc. 13, 1907. ot Vitruvlus, junting "jt wldi J. II. Morris to Warren Uoyd, durj. S. IV Fullurfccii to II. 1. Taylor, Jliu uii flowers wKch must new home. Her iviaa'ns were Jnterr-- l W. Al. Livers to Stephen Drown, ot deed Dec 1, 1909. Beetles in Tobacco Bed. Tower of Attorney, Muy 15, mia. n P.Vasant Grove cenintery April liuvc gn..n Uiera ,n old days. .Many .1. II. Sam William U .lariKl Williams, Tielieiior to M. CI. Suell. 2."x.h, anil funeral Kervwes wore Cofp!aints lire reaching tin SCitlon dato of deed Feb. 10, 1902. cf tho nMuuuis are J i Mitu, and Jacob Jackson ot al., to Trustees dato of Ideod Oct. If,' 19ii3. dale ,of ilond Nov. IB, 1911. .May loth by iltov. Ward Tay- of iiijuries by cuworiiMuiid tha bee.i!io ilitativ us lraiueiutly Elk W. H. Venerable to Cluia. l)ads. J. I). Tucker to I.. J Dabney, dato dojtvcnd u beau tles In tobacco beds. Th. :ii )::ris can W.Chajiel Church Aug. 22, 1900. altetHl and reJti-r'tun hi liuperlul lor, her pastor,;Jo who Jurge L. Shultss to Mabel iiorrel, date date of deed April 1, 190S. or deed Dee. HO, 19 IB. a times, I; b eas ixi iiskv llw luaJu tiful formou anl tippro-- bo contoted vey hugely 3jy fi&re.llr&t of dpod March 27, 1911. 11. A. lireer to Mapslo Jtpynl, J. P. Wilson to Grutit Itollaixl, dato dale chitive" aud'CJiw. Wp aii to no more in prep-wnl Jitters the beds, nccoAUy, lu tlto bu.ld .g. 'IUa va Alabel Hera'l to W. I,. Shultz.dato of deed Dec. 30, 1903. of deed loo. :t, 1911. tin' roiumriviul ceniir of th" for UiOho who aro gyie but v.o can kti4itg tliem firtxrekl and ilosAVpy-lu- g ot dqld Jlaxch 27, 1911. , , I Alvln.ltowe to W. C. Knott, t'dale nVf. II. Moore t K. Crabtreo, IdaUi grass u.id vtds ubout '.uui. nud T. A. Rogland to T. W. Ragland, be Itjndcr to our fr.T and nolgh- t3o,andjKarijy up. die unmll of deed March 2, 1912. of ilifd Junu'liT, 191i. whj-u- i us so live Miat finally, when worst comes vvir3t, dato t Mo f.fxs id tin. vai'louH burii wjio are Ml. .civ of dcHl Dec. 7, 1903. A. B. Porter to Ollco Kix-rly-, dale (,W. Wbltlcr to (Jraiit 1'oUurd. wo muy mot'--t ditu,!i us us by Bpray.ng the joung plunit.i M'Hh L'o'iorat on . rjic main is, JjaC. It. Riley to Jared & Bam Wil- or deed. April 15, 1012. datt of dcu.l Nov. 12? 1912. araonate of lend pr Pur!a gren, . AV, 1). d'd o.ur swevt Kdn;ithf ''J; cn uf siJii, iimI u'any liams, dato of (deed May 9, 1903. M. L. Plipps to V. t Knoll, djibo Under tbe Kvntuvky Statutew an al Thocut..or;nnai-othyouugof phitii for csaduc;-m- a UhiB had l.oula Rogers to Charhu Blanch- - of deed May P, W12. . unrecorded deed la worthless and your wys-- ' k of night-ny.'n- g bujLiivj, f.,nw, (i ui ntathstnd anl, dato of deed April, jr., l)0i. i gun.i Ola Porter to Walter Knott, dab) title lo ,'awi may bo quiKtlonod mK hav w nuer In grasses, or xvpr.ient(d ;t tho inoiaics or tin: Alartha Ji Ross to A. 1j. Withrow, of t Jan. 10, 1012. ;uny time. UtMm ou estnnot pat veodjs,;Jjv.ut Jfat- TJjp burnlr.go datei of deed April 'id, 1900. ijori provo ,v.,i .iiut dlttunt i1.wch, Alvjn Rowe to Ola Porter, SjMo pf lltlr Jf aou idiould dcajru to bell wltb- IsfcaU sai CUUrn. Spiiii., ifcl the beds trosd wlth.'n lo area Katie Bell Paris to ,W. W. fork, do.r-- April 2, 19Ji. auch ami TrJpol, Tbs out mm- - ikrd is recordod. Atfceml KM Ymi NiVf Alwajs iMelt bumeji" ovtr. but others lurk araoag date.pf ded April 6, 1902. J. P. Savons to K. G. l"aHon, date to UiLs wUUout delay U jour uameni. any vegrtation iCmt may h'lrt V. 1J. Morton to J. II. Igleheart; or TJvj EnoVj, fouiitalni. and porticos; Aprll 2, 19iy. 'iars im tlila ljBt.. " XI jlnii ly ubout tho fmnwu. Alsiw date, of oVdsOct. .27,' 130t. iL Krti tn ai u . aTaVlnl f un; . U.i UUvctb of old Oilla lgtwtiir of 1i!dtri w II 1 w .r. xMimn W.C. i3LANKI3NSUIP. ivy WUUahih McKlnlt- - o CynN of Uved March 2, 1914. utrjn vf Ih.Q fctJL or niorx: Hhould I1rpuit .to f rM In wh'i. Suivt 0- CkVk 'Otilo Co.iraty Court. BURIED PORT ay gal-''Vi- f( one-four- th 1 BARNES AUTOMOBILE CENTRAL CITY, CO Ko-ma- CAR LOAD OF JOHN DEERE I Farming Implements! d, uj - -- d - up-to-da- fort No-b:4- 1y If j J or-der- dl I WILLIAMS & MILLER,! Costs Less Bakes Better CALUMET POWQEK e ns - h BAKING Dav-son- Children Ovy ni ls '9i, CASTORI A fo . ic Rk-har- u nt Ug-liu- w tra fin-duct- t'ut Nxj.-meft, ,. U-- - fir.!y ti - U't . bov-ea- tj, CASTOR I A Fr df-w- ix-d- s. 1 ,tt' : de-e- d C&jff&&&V . .