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The Hartford republican: May 29, 1914 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 hao1914052901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 29, 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. H Fine Job Work. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 46 TWO SENATORS .ll VOL. XXVI. LOST PREACHER HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. The pnjgn ,was thpn being waged. minister finally was given up as dead. .. Result of the Recent Teachers' Ex- METHODIST WILL UNITE SUDDEN DEATH OF SENATOR BRADLEY n' "V h k X In tlip recant teachers' cxamjna-tio- n hu.ll hero .011 tlio 15tlt und ICtli, of 83 applicants Uiero were 40 first According To Opinion of Found in Abandoned House c ass, 27 second clae-- j alid 10 hulures. Plans Adopted by Confer- Was Most Prominent Repub- TiJio folowing received first class Attorney General. lican in The South. Okla. City. ence Tells Remarkable Story. certificates: C. W. Wright, Andrew Dr.Ul, Sirs- - Alice BoSKett, B. H. Morns, A. II. Boss, Jesse Byers;Lil-li- o . ADABURG. E.&Itr, Ida Miller, C, K- Carbon, M E. Church, M. E. Church South His Last Speech in Senate Was May 27. Rev. L. C. Taylor did not Camden Seems to be the Favorite Asserts He Was Kidnapped And r l'eurl Ra.ns, LiUjian Patterson, Mrs. fill his regular appointment hli Ada-bur- g Of Those Guessing as to Against The Tolls Reand Protestant Methodist May John 11 W.ood, Charles W. Johnson, Knows Who His CapSunday on account of tho Heath Myrtle Lambert, GrttJVii' Kjrby, C. brother-in-laor. hia Mr. Samuel Appointee. Have One Name. peal Law. tors Are. T. M. Wright, Aim. Gertrey Rhbades, qf Union Grow, .who Funk, Mrs. Nora Klsilnger, Carrie this Jlfo Jast Sunday morning. Hussel ,Alnu Simpson, Maud Croufcler, On Saurdry evening, May 23, tho Louisville, Ky., May 25. Not Only May 23. William OmnJpc()jnt One Washington, Oklahoma City, Okla,, May 21. St. Louis, May 25. The Rev. Louis Mjt)1 .Mi. lor, Lena M. Adams, Irene claimed another vic Tenr.ntlve plans for tho unification O'ConnoU Bradley, Kentucky's sem.or tim .xrom our midst In tho parson of must two United StateB ssaatora be II. Patmont, prohibition advocate, who Rhoads, Edith Porter, Nolljo Plumelected next November- but Ifiwo 111., on per, W. B. Leach, Myrtlo Taylor, of tho. throe great Methodist bctfles United States senator, and the most Mr.' Jesse disappeared from Helm, son of ,Mr. and Mra. must bq nominated in tfio August In America were approved, connection distinguished Republican Albert Helm. Jesse was a March SI, reiterated here Sunday ills Ruth, llunley, Audrey Growbarger.lron Soutiiera noble primary in the opinion of first As- claim that Jvo was kidnaptU, and Uis Ward, Eriieut E .Wi'son, RhodaWil- - officers were olooted and a" declara- passed from coma into Heath tonight young man, JowJ by 9l who knew sstont Attorney General M. ftl. principles adoitcd at knows tho person responsi- llams, Coda Raymoud, Marvin Hoov- tion of at 9:45 o'clck. that him and his sudden death jwas a Logan in a statement made poaight A general refusal of his organs to great Bhock to his many friends. ble for his detention, lie una on Jils er, Bessie Iluuson, 40ile Leo Tuy-la- r, sscsloiis of 'tho gonoral conference of He Frankfort. way to Danville, 111. whero tho Brand Episcopal Church, functionaita was tho immediate cause lea-eLucnc 11. Taylor oi.U Catherine tho MoUul!st a father and mother and two ia Mr. .Logan quoted the law providJury of Vermillion .county, now South. Tho convention also ordered of hua death, but ho had bcen in poor brotl'Ts to meet him where parting in Pendleton. ing for the direct election of sen 8os8.on, will takq up ii.j luvustlgn-tlo- n Tho highest graded were mado by the wlthholduug of any imonoy now In health since he catered the senate in is no more. ators: "Under our constitution wlhen I church 190?. of hi cast) Professors C. W. .Wright, of Hanson, tho hands of thq various n, Mr. anil Mrs. J. H- - ShaYp, of nlnety He had announced h(s poor health A big rod nutomobi'o owned, ho Ky., a virago .97 -- ll per coat und boa lids intended for Vanderbl it Unvjsited xfao latter's parents, Mr. an office becomes vacant wikjl play an im- Andrew Dnskell, of Hardlnsburg, Ky., iversity until payments ore authorized Jiii kept him out of the xace for tho and Mrs. J. J. Keowm, Saturday and days beforq an election th.e vaoancy sjys.v in Danville, must be filled at the election," said by the coralsslou appointed to deal Republican nomination for tho sena- - Sunday. portant part Jn tlio minister's story average 37 per cent. Mr Logan. "The man appointed to tho jury. It .was this UiaxiMio m A ronurkubjo feature of tho exa- with t.he VaiiderbUt situation situa- torshlp this summer. Mr- - and Mrs. James Farmer, of anil report .was made by th which ho alleges Jo was carried liulf mination via the gniio of - Irene tion At Senator Bn&ley's bedside when Taffy visited Mrs. Farmer's parents by Oie governor to fill tlio vacancy cautaed by Senator Iiradjay'a death on Episcopacy tliat It the oad xaae Mrs- - Mr. and" Mrs. C. V- - CroweASatUfiteyy conscious from pno hiding girj, from Committee fctyx 4Jj Rhoads, a win'' holil offjeo until his successor anojjior for fifty days. Dam, who mado uii average had fixed the salaries of active bish- Jolin G. Soutli, of Frankfort; Soaaotr ax.fi Sunday. Beuer is ejected in November." ops at $4,800 a year, of superannuated OlllqTQjmes, Miss Rela Lane, Jub ,a Wh.cn ho was not being transported of 93 U Mr. Frank Tayjor, of Taffy, visit ior' cent and Maud Crow-derMr. Logan also Bafl that Senator in ho machine ho claims ho was kept Herbert Maya nephew; Mrs. ed his family one day last week, regirJ,of Hortouwho blshoiis, $2,400, and tlio payments to Bradley died seventy days before the widotts of bishops at $1,000. Emma Grigbsy a sister of alias Lane; turning Sunday. in (lark cellars, gaged und with his nulla an average of 88 primary and that a oandlda'ie for The unification plan provides for1 Jils' nurse hjs phVBldan and a few hands bound to a bar uf wood under to these, tho manu In addition Mr. and. Airs. Tom Helm, of Boll's his knows. Ho says ho heard his cap- scripts pt ten applicants were Bent the merging of tlwj Methodist Epis neighbors, Run, visited Jfoo( latter's parents,Mr. the short term from the November fcany of hie coRIeagues tors dipcuss plans to burn thq houso frpm Bowling Green whose work has copal Church, Scutli, thq Methodist expresaad and Mre. R. A. Owen, Sunday anil elecUcn unti'A (March 4, 1915, must be nominate M at the August primary, Episcopal Church Jn which ho was found near Colum- not yet boon graded. tlio Pro'Jestant regret tonight over his death. Monday. N- - Camden, Jr., continues 'to , J. name of Among them were SenhtorB Krn bia aitl incinerate him. Tjiose The foowiug Is a Hat of the Ohio Methodist Church under the from a dtetance who atbe the 'favorite in the guessing as With a two months' growth of beard County Btudcnta atteukllng Western thq Mothodlst Episcopal Church la Kanyon and James. tended the funeral of 3,t. Jesse to the' governor's appoiitjee, though and thhi from hunger, Patmont Mas Kentucky State Normal at Bowling j America with ono faith, oae. ritual J v,J(t he left Kentucky a few Helm at Antioch Sunday" were): Mr.. Congressmau brought to St. Louis Sunday Uy tho Groan, 48 In all: Misses Maud Mil- - and ono general conference, but with weeks ago Senator Bradley said to. his W. T. Greer and family. ot,Wh!tls- - the .name Pf former Jtev- - Joliu L. Brandt, jwstor of tho lor, Mao Bjvrs.Maud for j daughter: "Christine I'll never sao vijle; Mr. J- - H. Mldklff and family. J. N. Kehoe, of Maysville; former ShuJtz, Sally P"r Jurisdictional conferences K. Wheeler, rour eoogaihlcal divisions. lyou again WUen I dio I iwan to bo orWhltcsvllle; Mr. Arthur Davis aild Congressman Charles Boll,1 First Christian church of St. Louis, iCrqV. Cipra Shultz!' Edna Negrp members of itho three church- - buried at Franlttort-- ' who made & flying trip to and from .Maymo aaown, virgtma Hon, family, or Tafry; Jlllss Addle Ford, of Paducah; former Assistant Attor3iauu ney General J. D- - Black,of Banbour- CoMiinb.a by automobile as Boon as Stuwar.t, Winnie ltaiiiB, Edlh Duke, C3 aal such denominations of that WltfJe the Senator's condition lias or Owensboro; Mr. James Mitchell d: ' beuii MaMyo iWlbon, Effq Uuke, Hatte iWol-lo- r, race wishing to unit wouM be ass'gn-c- d vllle; A. GaUir, of Wililamsburg, lie hoard that Pathiont luid ' been dangerous ever sncq Wednesday ramlly, or Masonvjlle. and many others are mentioned, and one of the jurisdictional confer- - evaii'ing, found. Emu Wclicr, Vvrqa. Lojd, Ruth when flrstj he iwcs some of them already sUgee:ed tar After a bath atti tho first real meal Ij.1d, Mrs- - .Nott,o LoI, L.zaie Da- once3v The Colored Melodist Ep;s otriHfmi tlm mut nlli'jillnn. uttiim Baptist Workers Assembly. the governor. copal Church, however, would be-ho haU lusted for two months ho told ly, Adeline Daly) Abu. WlutttngaiJ, iii!i was nachla r?v Mils Dawson Springs, Ky. Juno 2S to . GOVERNOR IS ELIMINATED his story. Patiuonts idimtificntlon Jluiirs. Chas. Bo. J, Sherman Taylor, Jm.ttcd tU maintain h.n tatfenotUeut'jnomlng, glvJn rise to the r that July 3, 1914 For four years the Frankfort, Ky., May 25. Govern was made complete by tlho Rov. Mr- - Arhtur Bel , Lesllo Siiulu, Byron organization whlo holding fraternal "death would foljow Bhortly. His kld- - Baptists of West Kentucky, and djher Mccreary or will appoint a sue with tho 'United Church. neys became congested and his nhy-Th- o sections or iMH- - rcuticus llnmdt, a personal friend, wi'io )iu Muaou, Earl Mi.lcr, Leslie tho state have mot to- cessor to Senator W. O. Bradley. ' wpre prestitod by the Jojift'sicjans worked owr him vainly for known him for years. Bfforo being Jer Jessie Fo-.'aus Truman Salmon, gether at Dawson Springs to listen iy Who 'e appointee will be the gov to St. I.oir,B ho had been I bert Wagkt, Shelby Shultz, N. L. common to consider the adlvsabili- - h.ours. Morning found lilm In a the great Baptist Leaders pf ty of federaton. The commission was'CP.tical conditon, vtry weak, semi- - South. This meeting hp& grown the ernor sai he will not coasideruiall iiUuutificd by half a dozen rcsldoats Ross, Heury Urackiu, Marsha'.l Crowe. in atter the funeral of Senator Brad'ey. requested to work out further details conscious of Vermillion county, among ithem jCarl Park, Bothol Shrader, J. Interest till last year it' reached the The atl dellrlousl appointment! can no$ be nUjlff tho Rev. J. F. Bickol, jKiator of .tho Shtlby Boskett Forrjst Ball, of the plan , For a time It was faired that his high water mark, and pver five hun-drd- d until after thq act of 1914 goes late First Christian church of Danville, torn Aitchull, Roy. JUtclieU, CUton death would Hunter Dared to Slap a was lialf over. occur before the day gr4kft people assembled to hoar- - these errcct June 1C- - The governor wilj not III- Taur, Otis laylor, Joe Daly, Guy English Lion men-Thresign and accept on apolntmect at . in the Face Mr B.'ckcl Ba;& that tho automo-bil- o Robertson and II ,T. Leach. Meanwhile Senator Bradley date of (this mooting tills year the hands of Lieutenant Governor lay lcntJoucd, by Patmont Is one Perhaps the most amazing episode muttering deliriously on hjs bed x" in lis Juno 28 to the 3rd. of July, and jtj McD'ermott. wjiich followed JiJb pwn automobile Hartford Young Man Highly Com- In the career of Richard Corfietd, tho front room of his apartment in la Aopcd that at least onq thousand plimented. from Danvillq to Cleveland, O., aev-or- al who it will.be remembered, was kill- Fa!ksone court, while the members people will avail themselves of the InN weeks ago, when a body, thought lat Thursday's Issue of The ed In Somali'and not long ao.whlle of his houahold awaltefJ the coming opportunity to aitiJenU, Every effort Text Book Act Declared Valid. to by Uwt of Patmont, was exhumed Idea, puUlIshtU at Lexington, Ky, acting against radjng Dervishes, and of his daughter, Mrs- 26. Th9 Frankfort, Ky., iMay John G. South, has been put forth to'tnako this meet there-Deputy Sheriff Cojt declared in tho interest of tho Unlvers'Jty-- of tho story qf whose life la told ty in the hope that, lng not only tho equal pflast year, court of appeals this morning upthe sight of her ho was on ,the .tra,!! of two nion fit- Kentucky, appearB the following Provost Battereby In a mtflnoriaP would Jmprqm tj patient's condi- but. ir possible, to surpass' it. With held the validity of the State adoptting descriptions given by ,Mx. .Patpleasing artlclq concerning a UQ)o published by Arnold, concerns an tion. Mrs. South, had missed such as Mrs- - Kate Hlnkle, Miss ion of the textbooks law, including mont, who disappeared from Dan- Hnnffnnrl hnvr orfAalnn wJirf Anrfln.1,1 urnL k.mrli.n. ' like first, due to a wreck, Leachman and Miss Brenckmaon to the exception of cities, ville soon after the minister, disapFrom ho town of Hartford, Ky., lions slnglc-handit- l, as was his habit, and d,tl not arrive,' until considerably represent W. M. U. work, Rov. Har- - third and fourth classes, will adopt peared. 1910 givcamo four yeam ago, McHenry Hoi-- A lion, had charged CorfieldAnda after u6o. Her father was at the vitif Beauohamp, N.- - fT- - Barnes aM textbookb under the act of power toy TJiu Rov. Mr- - Patmoni's Btory was brook, to take up tho life of a student scene, ensued which provldon. "ptc4- - ttmq ing their school boards in a state pf half consciousness Miss Brenckmann for S. S. work, (Mr. y as follQws: in tlio Blue Grass country. His first ably, Tha instance on record of and did' not recognize her. Arthur Flake Mr.'N. T Barnes adopt their own textbooks. WhJJo walking homo from thedry stqp was In the city o Winchester a, football player usinerthe hatll-of- f' 21he late legislator was one of th for B. Y. P. U. work, as (wall as our comissuon of ,15 per cent- - to retail mqoUig at Wc&vilto 1 ,wa Stacked at Koutucky Wciaioyan;iero ho stay - to prevent his being oolJarCd by a most distinguished Republican dealers is considered not arbitrary, own Drs. Powell cfad Perkins Ky-- ; leadat thq railroad tracks by f gang of ' ed two years. Then ho camo on Jo lion- - The 'fact that tine lion missed ers In Kentucky in his generation. 'and Dr. C. B. .Williams, Mr.ofH. but tho maximum limit and the re-tfour or fivo men. I was raidcnfJ part- - slate, and ttxls year Clnds him ono or 'his grip," continues Mr. Battqnafoy, Ho was an orator of price is the basis. Judge Hanand Dr. J. B. Gombrell, of. Tex.; Unusual ability, O unconscious by Bandbags, wlhiwihlc tlio Icadora of the Senior class. whole; nah wrote the opinion, the Vand got a poor hojd .with bis sec- - pifjmluedt for forty years Jn the who will represent 'other Baptjat; tjiqy h.t me. They put mo on a tand-co- r iMcHeiiry's lnclnatciis tqiiJed to- - oad, may havo been duq to tho .we have no sense of failure court sitting. state and natjoa- He was born in and tpok mo about two jmllos c'asdical Vtudy, with a strong prisq ie experienced at receiving a 1847. He ran away twice when in rcaclilng this high Btajndard. s down tlio track. Herol m-Closing School Exercises. thrown liking for tiiu law. Ho realized the . slap in tho face from thq man ho was fourteen to join tap. Union army. Ho In addition to (ho above attractions, into an automobilo and lator tlirown va'nq pf thorough training in tho Col- - chaslnp, owing to which Corf!eld,get-leg- e attracted so much attention as The closing exorcises of Hartford a we have sccurl Mr-- and (Mrs. SchoN Into a dark, damp collar. pf a tree-trun- k of Arts and has wisuly fpliowed ' in lieu of a page in tha legislature that at eight- field, tho Gospel Singers, so well College wid High School has furnish"For two days I was without (food out that idea boforu attempting the goal-pos- t, was able literally to een tho legislature pa&seyl a epeclal known lin Jao South, to lead the ed an attract cm in our city this or drink- - Wliou I talked to myoap- - nioro complex probdcctiB pf t)ijo study wrench, hlmsoip out pf the- - Jlon's act enabling him week. Tho exorcises began Monday to practice Jaw for music. ior aoovo iney tjirow hat water on of things Jogal. Hq wljl roturn Co jaws." when Miss Maggie Nail's prorosson. At tills time rtyjes will bo obtained evening a I mo. Iatcr thoy fed mo rotten Again the lion, wJiic-J- i waa badly ba- S!to to comploto h.s course in law. at the Prom' manohod to death there at tho hotels and also on tho rail class in music gavo a roai;U Wijincs-da' nanas. y WJulo hcrw lie has Jed. an actlvo wouiUod, dashed at him. Ho fired was scarcely a t stte convention of raids, making the opportunity a collegq lull. fTuesday and "Two doB ago I was removed to life. Both in thq classroom uMl pn and missed. '"Tho next thing Oor-tiievenings wero given over to tha where he was not prom- spjendld ono to enjoy 4Co healing wa tJte abandouod house. Whilo bolug canunis, he has found work to flelkl knew was that he was dodging inent. He was a delegate at Jargo ters it Dawson Springs and tlio miany pupils of tho grades and they acquittaken Jjicro was biugod now and thon be done, and he has never ueglooted romld a small tree with the lion grab for wpnty-j!gli- t years to national advantages of the a&sonibly. Certain ted iWomselvcs with gret, credit to wiUt the sanUbags. I waa his sliar,o. iio is active da the Jlenry blng at him, whUo ho was trying to conventiorjs- ly every aOtlst iastor and Buporln- - all concerned- - Tho scholarship medull the time- Claw Law Society a4l a valua'bjfl ud-- 1 hand him of- als wore won by Misses Amble Ford The tion iilsged him Ho was the ohoice pf itho staiq for tondomti in West Kentucky should "I wab put Into this collar of tjia juuet of tl'is year's Annual staff. Ills flnat only succeeding In tearing his president and bring lairgq dolosr)tiona of and Mary Warron Collens. 105 In 1S9G, and got house. Two men gagged nio, tied ny work as a student has boon uuiToAn- - coat, but soon got Cotfield's right votes. For vdeo president he got 10C their people. Every plmso of donomlua - Thursday night a, splendid, piny wrista to my knees with, thq old of a ly oxcolont- haud In, his nuuth,sWtJns it .badly vo was given by tlio pupils of i(ao High tional work wll be discussed. In 1888. boarid undr my kneees, and then put 'Tls a pleasure to ncjLo Jlo case through the palm, whjlo pursuing him Uq was cluiirman of tlio stato delit From tills assembly wo are Bure School at Bean's Opera House. a gunny sack over my head Thoy and grace with when pome studentB round tho tree- egation three tlnies because of ora- that great good will conio to. all or- will be followed by another" told m If I mado nn.y nolso thQy ntlneo with tliplr fricuds, under all mo- torical ablLbty- - Hq soccuuld Grant's ganizations represented- BivAhron, I'ortunatelyl at tAp critical which will closo fiio exerdscs, which would set fire to tlio housa. ment a eomrado intervened aiid soob nominatlccf 4n 18S0 and Roosevelt's oircumatuncis, jn a natural and at once to come, and make your htivo been .well attendiU and enjoyed "After Uiey lePt 1 Blowjy worked Suab (is lie case tho Hon dead. Corflojd, howovoriad a 1904, tmauuer. eloquence Lplans accordingly, The following ho- - by tho crowds. The entertainment lids lii 1834 say heail tut of tho gunny uack.,1 of McHenry Holbrook; "at home" torspead h.e night .in, ,uelha3i.p' large!" prevented it yductjou of tho U)'s have boon kind enough to en- wcre'wel! up to tho high standoru w licit .. u.u,inW-7a0uWiiefnliMMtifl P.. chewed the gag until I final! workedi any gaW'Cfag, ibu It imUiecla, r.vn.. lfnrtrv Wx uu t.la hJJU1.., n1'. ,.h UWwW Ji con tertain our speakers and to gho has always been maintained by. lYu--treprtwenit:cm Ui 1 yelled for help a,whoJd social or" iwAat not, an niturostlnfed only to"hu jjjri wjiUp Ms cotn- - vention wnfrotcd by' a strouger a DciM'- - speol rates. it loose. ford bchools. It has beoq a good year day before any,body came." nsnlon went for th nearest idestbr. ocfattc opositlou; for tlio students, Who (haye . utjteled talkcr and an attentive listener.' (Names of hotels and rates: Tho Rov. Mr. Patmont tysappeured. He Is a aastber of lio Kappa Sig- It was' not lpn; ftt; ,howeveraat Hamby House, Phillips Houso, Mrs. our school and iUJ is hoped' that thoy He was ofteu MefoaUtl. He .wan after a "dry" meeting In which he ma fraternity aiji also of thi lately CorfleW'vuta out usJn hunftiig jiocsv twicd beatanfor congress und four B. T- - Davis, Sumviit ilouae, J)lxon "will ,bo back this fay'i iwlta tnaniy liow was one of the Bpoakem at ., JnstMllod Phi Alpha Delta Law tfi-- f Sueh are the- - med time" for, JUaKea" States nenator after House lieudrlx Hous Gleui' ono ttiid 111, Kxtenjlvo search throughciut torstty. It if fortunate for Uu Btu1- - who guard rJtsJA.'ioulposts. IWng. noniqated. He was defeated House, $1 u kiy each; Arcadia dlo-te- l, Sale. Illinois and, surrounding States fail-o- d dent tiwe h,q is to rtturta to Unlsh for , GovVnor in $1.50; .Now Century Hotel, $2.50. but cut tlio to produce any clow to his w'tvro-about- s- his studies; A man of Mhom.iwe um' WUIUkhrSteck. ItecfrJc majority-- from 17, ,000 to For accoiaaiodakiu write direct to Just received a carload of 21- ,. Several rewards werq offored now pwud and who wjlj enaknoe Inch well tuisf. Tuibst. ft 91 fwJU, atatp- - stock IT.OWl.,, the hotels; t For" geifcrSj jnforwo,"ou MTito to for bis discovery , isCTudhig ono of our .'siiBuro here aain, and Itw fifes HM5wj"wt Sourfs. ArH iHewas' elected oTMr Jn" iV. K KLLIS, v . 1895 e('''ou(tts-a- n usdSBpi(?li;d JTJpr&etf. SC $7,500-bthq Mjooa fsn-- of Monroe-countTtie Pros'uce, Meiha'ntr riivt J, Ji Gentry;- - veserul nuiuagvr, 203 pty nrkw- - pkco ' for by Drly 9,000 aJoWtyr -Hartford, ,Kj. Ky. .where' a hot oatWiquor cam- - tative of our Umjversjty. Rrtubktif evt--i eKcXrt. Irf X80i) the East eWuuf St., ilou.'-llle- , ti.. IS HOME AGAIN amination. at i Democartlc legislature, oftpr a deadlock, elected htm United States senator- - His term iwouVl havo March 3, 1915. Ho dollvored oartions for tho state on many occasions, notably tho dedication of tho Kentucky buljdjng at tho Colum- b,an expos.tion in 1893. His laaU speech Jn the senate was on May 6, agauist thq reiiealof tho Panama toljs exemp.oai law. TOJE NAMED - ed , to-da- s Ma-ga- Bee-rota- a.l ft-a- J ljt N e t ivol-ve- ry I the-onl- ad all Bur-wa- rd tlug"--hol- ' o, s Jtt-te- - db-lc- de od - AVTest-vlll- siugfcj-luuKle- d. " 18-8- Fr y TJwl, . to Mr . XV-t-A-- - J i!a . A, &s HIS TACT WON. How the Body May Be Robbed of Its Pleasantly Spiked the Enemy's Guns Heat and Vitality. and Got What He Wanted. A cold floor Is one Mint conducts heat A London advertising solicitor was ,nway from the body, not necessarily sent up into the midlands busiOF Brazil's National Beverage and ness for n special edition to get dally One of the Amazing Conquests of one that Is cold In Itself. A wooden of n Modern Engineering. floor nnd n stone floor exposed to the paper dealing with an luiortant Inthe Way It Is Brewed. colli will in themselves have no great dustry. The king pin of this Industry difference In temperature. was n manufacturer or great repute, a Hut one A DRAFT OF LIQUID LIFE. baronet, whose actions determined pol- WEAPONS WITH 'SHORT LIVES. may walk barefooted over n wooden floor with comparative comfort, no icy in the trade, hut It was said ho liaaaaaaaasaLIHIIRvL:'' Mrs. A&l matter how cold the weather, while a Ordered hnd never spent u penny for advertising. The success of this special edi- The. Monster Twelve Inch Rifles Are stone floor will seem to freeze the feet. Thick at Thin Maple Sirup, Amber ILER & BARNETT On the other hand, In a warm room Useless After Firing a Hundred Bright and Crystal Clear, the Seduc- tion turned on Sir John. If this ImBBLbLM BBTBBHKLa portant personage could be landed for Rounds, and That In Actual Time of the stone floor will be wnnner than the tive Drink Stimulates the Brain, AncntH wooden floor, for it will take up the nn advertisement others would come, Shell Passage Means Three Seconds. While It Sets the Nerves on Edge. heat Thus the heat rroni a radiator in as n matter of course. In the manufacture of big guns the standing on n stone or tile lloor will The coffee of Hni7.ll In the lowest Tho s6IIcitor went after Sir John ILERS' GROCERY or priced In the world's market Know- first lie tried to sec him. but failed, engineer has certainly achieved some make It warm for several feet In every ing this fact, I was the more surprised lie wrote to him. but got no reply. of his most daring conquests, fur It Is direction, but It will affect the wooden REPUBLICAN OFFICE nt tho exquisite llnvor of the coffee, Finally an arrangement was made doubtful if there Is anything more floor only very slightly. A cold lloor. served In the public cafes or Hni7.ll. I with his private secretary whereby the wonderfully fashioned or scientifically therefore, is not a floor which sends culled this apparent anomaly to the at- latter was to doze for live minutes on constructed than the monster weapons cold Into the body through the feet, with a certain afternoon, and the solicitor found on the latest battleships and In but one which takes nwuy the body i tention of nu old B. Mail Orders Given Prompt heat, leaving It cold. whom I dined In Juntos one evenltiffJ was to slip into Sir John's olllce on large forts. ' mill he mlvHticcd the opinion Unit the his own responsibility, providing his Life consists in keeping up body Attention. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN From their mii7.7.Ies they are capable heat. It is In order to get the Americans, Hermans and French, the own Introduction siilllclent of lnuc"'ff uto space shells weigh- - body heat that we eat and to retain It This plan worked out nil rhrht. Tho principal coffee drinkers, did not know Consultation uiid examination free. U1ch as half u ton at a speed that we wear clothes. Were there no advertising solicitor got in. Sir John ' ,nS how to make the beverage. J All kinds of 'diseases treated. Offlco C. ILEli f thirty-liv- e miles n minute, or 2.100 wind nnd If we moved hardly nt nil "You are all too free with water looked mi threateningly when the door , and too sparing with coffee," he snld. opened to admit a stranger. It was a , miles nu hour. These death dealing clothes would not be necessary, beUnd floor, Caschler building. ALLISON HAKKETT "Vou spare your coffee and, I supposo large olllce. and as the intruder hur- missiles may be so designed as to cause the heat of the body would keep BEAVER DAM. KY. urn well, yes, possibly your nerves." ried across to where the manufacturer burst after they hnvo forced their way a layer of heated air about us nil the Then he summoned the head waiter, sat he could see storm clouds rising. through a ship's side or Immediately time. Hut the wind and our natural held a short conversation with him in The moment he was within earshot they strike an object or at some point movements constantly disperse this during their tlight. layer of heated ulr, and In consequence Portuguese mid finally Induced him to he said: . The big gun Itself consists of scv we wear clothes to keep this layer In. "Sir John, I am n staff investigator escort us to the kitchen In the rear and In summer coolness is secured by inaugurate for my benefit the cere- for the Clarion, nnd In visiting tho cral tubes, or cylinders, slipped over o loose clothing, which lets the wind mony of preparing a fresh tank of lending men of your industry here in one another and named nfter the midlands two things have impress- - j ters of the alphabet. "A" is inside blow nwny the heated nlr; in spring coffee. The chef desired It particularly ex- ed me particularly the uniform cour- - nnd scorched by the powder gases, nnd fall more closely woven garments keep tho lam ted nlr near. In very cold plained that coffee as generally used tcsy with which I have been received "B' goes over "A." and so on, the and tho Intelligence with side tube of nil being known ns the weather furs are used, because the in Brazil wan not roasted to tho crisp-nes- s skin and the fur afford n powerful reof that treated In the United which n survey of the Industry has Jacket, Each separate tube, or cylinder. Is sistance to the escnpe of body heated States. This insures against any but been comprehended." The rising storm subsided. Of courso fashioned in much the same way. In nlr. As long ns the body heat Is kept the most delicate of the flavoring essence being extracted in the boiling Sir John wns bound to be as courteous tho case of the "A" tube for a twelve up Illness Is likely to be a long time and thus Imparts smoothness to the and Intelligent as tho rest of the trade Inch gun n huge solid steel Ingot Is nwny. The Great Edison Star of the Cold floors rob us of body heat they beverage. lie also called attention to nfter that, and he wanted to hear cast, weighing upward of thirty tons, about this investigation. lie listened The ends having been cut off, the In- steal away our vitality. The slow sapthe fact th nt. the bean is not ground You want to read this sensational got is mounted In u lathe, nnd a ping of vitality that conies from standtine. Each grain is cracked Into not ns the salesman quickly explained his Story. Not fiction, hut facts. The The word advertising was like "trepauulng" borer removes a long ing on cold floors Is fearfully weakenmore than six or eight pieces by being actual experiences of an actual girl run through n wide set mill and then not spoken. Before the interview end- core from the center. The ingot is ing to the'system. No matter how old carefully blown nnd sifted to get rid of ed, however, bo hnd given his order then dismounted from the lathe and or ragged a rug or carpet, no mntter with actual photographs in Womror n page, and with thnt everybody , heated. A long, hollow bar somewhat how thin a cork or fiber mat. It will the dust nnd mimller fragments. elso in the trade worth while was smaller than the destined bore of the lengthen your life nnd save you from an's World for May. But the main divergence from our gun is passed through the central hole. numberlrfM discomforts which cold procedure lies in the quantity of coffee brought into line. Saturday Evening . and the Ingot is placed under a 2.500 floors cause. New York Journal. Post used. An extract of meat advertiseSUBSCRIBE FROM US! SUBSCRIBE NOW! ton forging press, which gradually ment defines Its product as "a bull in thins and draws it out along the bar. WHEN JENNY LIND SANG. THE CURIOUS LUSHEIS. n teacup." With no more exaggeration YOU GET which Is kept cool by water circulatmight the modern Brazilian nectar bo ing through It. After being turned Only an Old Ballad, but It' Touched the An Eastern People Who Are Afraid to styled "a plantation In a coffee cup." Woman's World, Farm Life, Green's Fruit Grower, outside and bored Inside the tube has Hearers' Hearts. Speak Their Own Names. The chef took four liter measures of Whnnnpar .Tnntiv T Itwl dnmn trk ilfn. to be tempered, nnd this Is done by Home Life and The HARTFORD REPUBLICAN In his book. "The Lushel Kukl Clan." the cracked coffee and added it to just AiPPnp It into n tank Oiled with thou twlco that qunntlty of warm but not ner my father Was careful neither to sands of gallons of cottonseed oil. lieutenant Colouel J. Shakespear tells boiling water in shallow copper pan. nsk her to slug nor to nllow any one i' As it would be Impossible to slip the of a curious trait of the I.ushels. n All Five Papers 1 The Biggest Bar- Here be allowed it to soak for Ave else to suggest It In her hearing If be 'B" and "C" tubes over the "A" tube Rengnl frontier race. They have a could help it. Uc did not think It' strong and general dislike to speaking minutes before turning on the burnco,d- - this dimeulty Is got over by Year, only gain ever Offered any ers, quickly bringing the water to a proper to ask upon one to confer tbat'whcn heating them. The work, however. re their own names. The author tells of him merely because his experience with this strange peoboll so violent that pieces of the coffee kind of fnvor great care nnd constant atten-ItloJ quires he or she wns tils guest. ple und your subscription has not expired were thrown out on the stove. The heated cylinder, of course, rollowlngaccounts for that Tear In the Jenny Lind. however, fully appreclat- manner: This agitation wns rollowed by ten . decreases In length ns well ns In diamyet renew at once and get the May " others taste In he ma tter. eter ns it cools, and. unless great preWhen we first occupied the hills n minutes' cooling on a side table, at'the issue of Woman's World with tins lulto end of which time the chef added a simply, "Shall I sing?" And. of course, cautions are taken, it would naturally man would not tell us his name, ir asked he would rerer us to some one wonderful story. half dozen drops of a pungent liquid she was at once led to piano, nnd cool at the ends first, and cause the from n slender green vial, the nature nn Instant silence fell tho tho whole central part of the tube to cool in n elso and soy, "You tell him." The rolon lowlng explanation or their habit wns of which he refused to divulge, but company. Her husband. Otto state of dangerous tension. To avoid given by n l.ushei: which my friend told me was some such n thing happening one part Is accompanied her. "I.ushels nre shy or saying the name kind of a neutralizing agent to elimI uli.lll iinv'.tt- - f.irrv.ifirpnnt rnnn 'cooled artificially by mentis of water or their iin father und their mother und heatinate n certain rawness. Impalpable to sion when, after singing one or two of Jc,,s whHo the other portions their own name. Ilecuuse It is their ' other than trained palates. Almost Im- her songs, she asked my father if there i Ras lliXmL'"- own name they are shy or saying It. mediately u nickel siphon was intro- was any particular song he would like L W,J now, w t0 lri,"R Prmxsa-tA MONTH r Uibon-llk- e are Some people are shy because their WHY NOT MAKE steel wire duced Just under the surface of the That's hear. Some Inspiration came to him , nn mes are bad. Their parents' names i ui-iu- e liquid, nnd about six liters of It was to nslc her If shn ever sum; "Anl.I It.il. cyimuer " " because they are their parents they 5Q.00 a Week, almost StO.00 a Day but one, as metal arranged In this drawn off from the pan Into a boiler. lu Gray." never call them by their names; there Nothing now remained but the boilShe began It at once, and something ma.m,c, withstands bursting strains fore they nre shy of saying them. Belling lctor Safes nnd fireproof ,. ucwmm. ing down, which took half an hour and must have moved her to throw all her."c , . to merchants, (iwtor, Ittuyi-ra- , ilenUntaboxrs they never say. mid u""u,ra " lvwur Their own names also they are reduced the liquid to a volume of three mnrvelous power of emotion into the, "v ail otulioniiTAllze tln nit-c- l sby of Just for that reason of a safe, but do not know liowraoy Hlstoown liters and the consistency of thin ma- singing of .this old world story. Never i than 120 miles of wire, one. Salesmen drclarc our proposition one of of an Inch saying them. The names of their ! ple sirup. In the boiler It wns Inky In my life have I ever heard anything Inch wide and the be, clean-cu- t brothers and friends they nre always W"hout thick. black, but when poured showed a so transporting nnd overwhelming. YOU can duplicate tlm auct-r- i saying; therefore they nre not shy of ofutirra. Our liandkoiiiely llluitlratnl stream which wus amber bright nnd 'IVnt tvnro In Imp itt'na tinl ailiu et I That the shell may travel "business saying thejn." catalog ... will enable you to tireernt the mliWi throughout Its Journey It " crystal clear. Thus the four liters of anguish seemed to swell up out of her end" Long ago another explanation wns aterilHK manner a thoueh ..'""P '" tt8 our factory. Slen appointed a you were piloting them through coffee beans made only " " "" " heart. Every one In the great drawing . ;" ..T talesmen to given. When u man kills another he ....... ... ....-receive advice and instruction, far m,,,. other words, ........ .: .. . . ". of that quantity of liquid coffee. room rose and stood around In u wide. ' Its ""'i K.iiiiu calls out his own name, "I, Lulmangu. you are not of a nature impervious Qriiilll wttiriil ttrolfi mill ii'linn sit- loaf utm Bpln. This rotation prevents Its turn- - have killed you!" so that the spirit of If "'"tone eue gets tue wrnioryi We can favor only one salesman out of each locality? id over beels. as it undoubt- to the appeals of the appetite your first hnd finished and stood with one baudi!",? may The. Uth anniversary of our edly would do if not spinning, and the dying man "Mlthl-Khun.- know whose slave cup of coffee In a Santos cafe will be on the plauo, looking at the floor In si " company was celebrated by the dead - he will be In You enter and seat Innpii nil worn tnn npnmimii tn unflnb makes it travel further and more acnn experience. rrectlngthe moat modern fa factory In the world. WUe-aaTbc spinning motion is man's village. Accordingly, It was sugyourself at one of the tables scattered My father went to her. took her hand . ?urate,!f men who received our brought nbout by rifling the cutting gested. It wns unlucky for n person to apeclal aellliig Inducement, in refreshing- almlcssuess over the cool and led her nwuy to a sofa, saying speak his name on n less Important ocof spiral grooves in the bore, or Inr.i:rd It necessary marble pavement. Hidden in a tangle some words or gratitude to her, and casion. oar output. We sr (Mnn tnanr thousand! of onare of shrubbery nn orchestra Is playing the wonderful scene was over. Hon. side of the gun. This Is done by a long, hollow steel rod. which carries larirlneour sales organliatloi something with a cntch nnd a sob In Stephen Coleridge's Memoirs. On Visiting the Sick, out to learn an particulars, three tools at the end and cuts three wlllcont you only the price it thnt you are sure you hnve heard Do not nsk them how they feel. It grooves at once. m posui caru. In nnother Incarnation, while an elecAlbania's Blood Feuds. As the rifling comes so near the is nu insult to them, ror If they felt Ask for Catalogue 16 T. tric fan placed In a palm tree seta a The great problem In Albania Is tho end or well they would not be lck, nnd It Is the manufacture of a big gun also a blood feud. livery one has killed, and frond nqnlver Just nbovo your head. reflection on your Intelligence, greatTHE VICTOR Even the rattle of the street sinks all have enemies who seek their blood. It must bo conducted with tho care, for n single bndly cut groove ror ir you would look around a little to a heavy hum and comes to your ear The houses are fortresses, the only est you would be able to see how they gun. now representing SAFE & LOCK GO. nil peacefuliiess. Lulled by a verltnhle windows of which arc loopholes for would spoil the feel. He of some service and cheer IfnSRjy lotus eater's spell of content, you nre Martinis. Many men have not left perhaps $50,000 In work and material. (If possible) und get out. There is u Our New Home Capacity 20,000 Sates Annually. CINCINNATI, OHIO ubout to drowse nway and loose your their houses for years, and food has to Indeed, extreme care and accuracy time later wheu folks need eompnuy, fancy on a search for the original he brought to them by their friends. characterize every process In the mak but sickness Is essentially a nousoclal ing of heavy ordnance. Tho steel for occupation. source of tho familiar but elusive melo- A man who is under the obligation of It Is a merit to visit the dy that Is still pulsing In the Jungle In custom to take vengeance ou another the tubes Is made carefully: tho ingots sick when you help them, but to bent the .patio when somehow you become cannot marry If he Is a bachelor and arc cast carefully and forged careful- them over their enfeebled beads with . aware that the mozo has set a little if he Is already married cannot give ly. Every tube Is bored and turned your robust personality Is u peculiarto the part of an Inch. ly careless crime. Collier's. cup before you, which, from the pleas-an- t either his sous or his daughters in Though n twelve Inch gun Is nearly odor nnd the thlu eurl of smoke marriage until his enemy Is killed. twenty inches thick over tho powder It. might be full of a frngraut Youth's Companion. above Moon Theories. chamber, each of Its various Jackets incense. There Is u llicuiy that tin dreulnr. TRY IT 10 DAYS must have Its proper tension In order CTiiter-IIUYou lift It to your lips and feel that What "Borough" Signifies. Slonntnlus of the Moon nro strange stir of anticipation, that s The woid "burgh" In Saxon stood to receive its fair share of the shock not of volcanic origin, hut nre the reSince last June, over foretaste, en Kid by sentimental. for "castle;" heuce towns anciently of explosion. sult of the moon's ln'Iiic hit by plan12,000 offices have adoptFinally, there Is the breechblock Ists "the soul of the drink." which erected in the vicinity of castles for etoids. Another theory Is to the efed this Adder. steals over yon preliminary to sipping their protection had this name con- the door through which the shell is In- fect that the earth wns at otie time enEach took the machino n rare and pungent liquor. Now It ferred upon them, and the soldiers who serted. It moves on a hinge and Is u circled hy n ring similar to thnt which on trial. Each made a touches your tongue, ami you nre wil- garrisoned these were called burghers, very massive affair, weighing about now encircles Saturn und that this half n ton. Thanks to the presence of gradually coalesced, pitherlnj; first ling to swe.ir that the capsule of liquid so the Inhabitants of these towns y test.. life Is dissolving in jour mouth. In a the same name. These also certain levers and the perfection of around u largo number of nuclei nnd They found theniachino moment more the fumes-- have rlen to being formed Into a community, tho the workmanship, any one who tins Dually uniting lu u single sphere the to be rapid and compeyour brain, a thrill of energy goes tin constitution formed for their regular the knuck can move It quite easily. It moon. tent. Even a child can can be slammed and locked In about gling inrouKii your nerves, ami you government wus denominated the bur A Curtain Lecture. straighten up with the feeling that you ough Iuwh. ilvo seconds. The door gives entrance operate it. And anyone, Miss Tolly When I was In the city nre able to go out nnd build a railroad to the twelve foot chamber vthcro the with little practice, can I attended a vaudeville show. ,t; 1 It Hln;;le handed. If you can gn to sleep men is placed. Her Status. compute a hundred fig a gun Is made up wns Just Kmiul. VllhiKcr What were In the next twenty-fou- r The active life of hours you d The elder olllce mate was question-luures a minute. INs I'olly serve n gold medal. New York Sua. the young clerk lu regard to a girl of the total ot the very short periods the mimes of tho pieces? I don't remcuihei' nil, hut the curtain It does all that is done latsSjWMtiaaj'!tg.fcwJ ' yy hud seen him with at a moving pic- occupied by the various shells passing he The bore or n said the llrst piece wus "Asbestos." by$lG0 machines, and it ture show. "Was It your fiancee or through its bore. DuffuTb' express. twelve Inch gun Is about "Why don't you marry, old chap! your sister?" asked the elderly man. never makes mistakes. "Do you think u man could pnvnri "She says she'll tie a sister," muttered long, and the average rate at' which Every office, store and Taking Him Down. nil the niyviuule of life on Jl.sno the younger clerk gloomily. New York the shell travels through It Is halfway fnctorv nii'du thto A ...:...... Conceited Actor And In the final year?" between no motion ut nil und the muz-H- e World. Wn Wi" S wJthout U aftCr knowing what it velocity of, Bay. ;i,0(H) feet per sec- scene where I die the audience rose us "Of eoorw, hut not the luxuries. ond, or about 1.500 reet per second) one in nn nnd cheered. Candid. Friend Who Was EasyT "Well. I Inren't decided yet whethit incurs noobliga- - V Very bd form, hut you couldn't Mtidde Lend me u Over, will you, The rid I ns of a big gun Is ( worn out er a wife m n nwesslty or a luxury Hudde? That faker has Just stung me after 100 rounds have been II red, so blame them. London Telegraph. Dallas NewH. AMEn.cANcXNcd:.cHibVGo: Bu"",y! ror all I had. Hudde-- AII right. Jim. that the total life Is the time takini When a man has not' a Kood reimon I'll go you. Hut I'll tell yoti right now for u hHl moving nt I.IJOO feet per given foiro applied for a given tlm A If you let any umii Utile you out of $3 Kcond to travel 4.500 feet-tlia- t"i. for dolus; a thing, he has one Rood len-to- u upon ii ui'c pvlat U bound to wia.-dead easy." ISichange. for lottlur It alone. Thomas ikott-last threo seconds! ' i i rou're COFFEE AT SANTOS MAKING A BIG GUN FEET AND FLOORS. MAGAZINES v4l ly 0 mmmmmm ALL KINDS AiiKlo-ItrsizlIhi- u t i G. 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JWrA.E.ABB i l V fVNArfSNrNVSrWVVSW o SEND 10 CENTS pwklef &4rcl!ft thtTft!ab1 tnotcwm on fni pmimic. fxytuttr wtm bit 'I iaurwUTe neaminu pcm ma iuaf nook, ULU She was Just rising eleven, this little maid, two jears ago when her father llrst noted her lack of Interest In things Starting ns a barefoot buy llnanchil. because of the prodigality of his prog, enltors. ho had drifted north, worked for a scant living at whatever he could get to do. de eloped an ability, studied, worked and climbed until at last he found himself a success and was able to spend about S10.000 a year for the maintenance of himself and the wife and child he had accumulated. Then said the wise papa to himself, remembering his das of poverty and stress, 'I must teach her to save." lie tried several plans, nil of which failed to have any good effect. Just a Kur ngo be hit upon u scheme which seemed to have merit "Here. Boots," he said, "I want to make a proposition to you. This Is n hat I propose: 1 will give you a brand new dollar bill every Saturday night, and I will write the date upon each one. At the end of the year 1 want you to show me how many of those actual dollar bills you have, nnd for every one you can show ine I will give you two. Do you think you can make money that way?" The child thought she could and repeated tho conditions as well as her mind grasped them, but ber father thought she did not get them accurately. "Walt." he said; "I'll write it out so that there cannot be any error." So be wrote: "I will give you a new one dollar bill, every Saturday ulght I wilt write tho date on each one as I give it to you. For every such bill that you can Bhow me at the end of the year I will give yon two others." Then he signed it There was a dearth of childish funds for awhile In that household and not a few efforts on the part of the daughter to extort money from ber mother, who was wise and refused accommodation. But some way, it did not then transpire bow. the little girl dug herself out of penury nnd into com parative affluence and that without meaning to exercise guile. She seemed to have money In ber purse nnd was quite able to bold up her end at the soda fountain or wherever else her little friends gathered, and her parents, who said nothing at all about It to ber, wondered and speculated, finally agreeing that Boots was spending at least a large part of ber allow-micThe dollar bill came every week, duly inscribed with tho date of the gift ni)d was accepted by the little maiden with appropriate thanks. Then came the Christmas holidays, and the parents wondered If she would save her money or remember them. She remembered them, but not with much expenditure. Then came tho Inst of the fiscal yeir, and the father Inscribed another note nnd turned It over to her. dently endured mental stiaiu with stolen I fortitude, but his wife, more nervous than he. showed signs of former anxiety. It seel 1 stiange Indeed Unit I should ho sitting In company with two members of high Russian society, now ostracized by elle to Siberia, and stranger still to pattal.e of their Intelligent cunuisiitloii on topics of human Interest. "I'lrst of all I wai Interested to know what sou of lestrlctlons were plaecd upon the exile's liberty. I found that he was not allowed to leave the district In which he resided and thnt y week he had to sign his name In a book kept at the house of tho chief 'nnchallnk.' With that exception his life was free. He had money, nnd he could live as he liked and go where he wished within that district, lint bo was continually watched by spies, who dogged his footsteps wherever he went "He related to me how he had ac quired gold concessions on the Mongolian frontier and was hoping to llnd cnpital to Hunt a syndicate for working them next jear. 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QARNETT, Editor & Proprietor lt.113 as truo frlcid.Uh .p warms the ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Jieurts of men .nd real incr-- t Js to-da1 np-pi- Not on'y man of h.s prominence. at Hnrtfcifl but at Beaver Dam and( FonlaVillo and ho had as many sir- - ated. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to Business Killing Effect of Free-Trad- e. t n now SulmcrtbcM rtMlrliii? the niTi-pn- t ddWM m tint Blre tlio old ndJrrM In iiinktnjt th rtqtiMt. BudneM I.ocnh nml N'ntlcv H'c per lino 11ml .".c per line for each mMltliimil ObltunrU-a- , Itmolntlon huiI t'nnl of Th int. Be per lln? money In ihIvhiu'c free, lint other Chunh NmIcvb for church ailrertlaeiiirnt. r.c per line. III receive no Anonymous communication attention. 232XlZFSZOZT3S. C. .... rataeie' 2.23 3 FRIDAY MAY 29. ANNOUNCEMENTS. authorized to announce Congressman lion Johnson a candidate for the Democratic nomlna.'.fc)U for Representative from the 4th Congres sional district. General primary election August 1, 1914. "We are Jlr. Kyo is running for Governor in Tennessee. Socni3 like those Tenncssceans are going to got it A pome way- - a Mediation 'is entirely rtoo mild treatment for Mexico. We fear a much stronger medicine will ibe accessary in the o:il. tho The dispatches" tell us that mediators are making progress Tlhey have reached the conclusion that the United Sta.tjss has a --Ight to recog-Iniz- o or refuse-- to recognize a Provisional government, That Js certainly making pome progress. troops ar The Cofloradcj State jpo .better than Villa pr his ppjdjers-ShootinftTid women and children rtot roasting pooplo in a pit are military achievements to (be. proud of and docs not point to us as lofty this guarlllans of civilization on hemspherg. , , " The population of tlio continental United Stutis .between 1S90 oud 1010 Increased 21 per cent., while our ex. ports of manufacture! goods between lS'Jo and 1912 increased nearly MO per 01 cent. This enormous increase production wus largtly due to tho re- establishment ;n 1S0G of tho Jtepubli- can pojlcy of Protection mid tiie vast increase which it HtfniuIMcd in tho number of manufacturing ostabllsh- moiits. It roia.na to be aeon what shrinkage 111 pniluctlon and !n ex- w 11 be Uie result cf the AVil Tariff iiw It will 1C,. not be 0 Erca M i J-- " be 111 many cs tabl san.euts temporary closed or run on halMlm until after the Congressional elections next November. If (uhesp shall result ,11 the choice of a majority of Rcpub- 1 can Coiigrwjsnieii the tide of disas- tcr will bo played. If itfie Democrats s.mll bo victorious we may expeot Jus sucji another season of cosed factor-- ( ,cs, extinguished furnace Lrc3, smoke- less ch.nineys, bankruptcy eayes Und hungry men, women and children as was witnessed la 1S91. lf tlio un- fortunate Kepubican di. vision of 1912 3hall bo prcpetuaUd Jn 1914 and 191U Presidont Wiilson wil' have indeed succeeded in undoing the, prosperity .vhjch was achieved under Republican ru Ti'.n mp.i.iimoiiiPnAim with business Mil hostility to agragated capital, jj7- proposed by President Wilson in his "trust-bustiiilaw, .will, iif the b:Ujr, tinCQoa pwuuvu lrn1itl1v in f?wrW ntmi j u ut j KS nMiir wf wtlV nil! Ezr Jn making pcrnianciit Uie business dls wh,cli the new Tanlff has lnaug-anvteister Los Angeles Times- mtw , , tho fight In tho Ken tut tare, then having n Dcmocn Jorlty of eight votes, when thnt had beforo It tho election of n Ut States Senator. Tho contest found Beckham and Bradley pitted against each other. Prospects of tho Rcpub- llcan champion's victory wcro not bright, but tlu- "sit tight" injunction Distinguished Senator from Blue wp,,t fortl1 (lally t0 tho lonl banA of importers, all of whom were Repub- ........ c- -i Henna and elected to tho (lonoral Asf sembly mainly due to his efforts. At roll call each day they recorded their HAD INTERESTING CAREER ailherenco to "Bindley," never faltering ns tho contest dragged on and tho body .remained deadlocked. jRerved In Union Army Eminent Mem- hen tho session had dragged f ber of the Bar Served as Governor Native State and Elected to ' self for moro than six weeks and by a Democratic Leglsla- - Htlcal fortuno swung back and forth, when tho election of n Senator threat- t ture Noted Campaigner and Wit ened to block r.il legislation, there came a day when the atmosphere Kentucky's senior representative In seemed surcharged with eventualities, ,n I. ill.. Tfnltn.t ainrAA Ort u.i-- n, Mflll !... rtl.l was uuu ... u"! " iumm mis memorauio day in kcu- O'Connell Dradloy, who died at his ruary when a Democratic Legislature homc ln Wa8lll"8t0ll wns uo" near In Kentucky elected Wllllnm O'Connell cafer; V. March IS. 1847. He Bradley, a Republican. United States at the age of 14 on account Senator. left of ,he outljrcak of the clv)1 War; rani Dra carcer ng awaJ. from ll0me and Joined the Union stretched over more than 40 years, Army, but on nccount of hls extreme and he was connected with many youth WM tak(jn from the 8erv,co by f.imoug cnges ,n nM thjj of the h,8 father Four yearg ,ater ,10 bcgan gtnt(j nm, nnUon q wm & nQted j)Q tne practlco of Iaw nt Lancaster. The litlcal camnalnnor nn,l n Mmnln. r w at that ttme nrovided that no one In nn nnnnnl fnr inw nn.i nr.ior in was eicble to Dractlce tho nrofesslon luckv iirmliov rnminmnmi ti. .,i, r under 21 years of age. Dy special the night riders. He said that the act of the Legislature, and after un- - state could never reach the position dergoing an examination before the to which it was entitled until lawtwo Circuit Judges, Bradley was found lessness had been stopped and until competent, granted his license and perfect law and order prevailed In admitted to the bar. From the first every county in the commonwealth, ho was successful, and, entering pol- One of the most dramatic scenes In itlcs was elected Prosecuting Attor- - the political career of Senator Bradley, ey of his district at the age of 23. and one of tho most noted events In H,s further political advancement was his life, occurred at the Republican checked because of his alliance with State Convention of Kentucky In 190S, the minority party, and he made two at Louisville. Senator Bradley had unsuccessful campaigns for Congress. Just a few months beforo been elected SKETCH OF BRADLEY r In i SSnmmfiP to v tasitifis . 1M1 . I - .U.VV1 l'JV'jt j t &v& V w V It-o- ... 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This bringing Irito Uiis country foodstuffs from other countries-scum- s very stnuigo to us, since wo liavo for many years been exporting Uiee siinio artlcVs to loss favored naUons, but it is Just wjiat thnt grat practical phllosoiher, James J. Hill, said woulll soon coiiiq to jvoas on of the vast lncresiso in the population of the United Stated ; that we would soon need all our own products to feed our own people. Yot wo farmers Jn the corn holt don't (julto l.ku the idea of bringing in Argentina, com Jacksonville (111,) Kann. ltd 111 - bo made to got the h. & N. railroad to put on a passenger train between Evansvillo and A Itraln Jca,ving Elmitch n morning going to Evansvllle and the Warning in W'0 evening wou'.d boot-vashelp to people in this section, giving us concotilons at Moorman and now Madiisonvlllo "vhoh wo do not get- - It is understood that the Evans- vjle Comero'al CJub ,wil get 'behind the scheme aill our pooplc at Fords- vilje, Dundee, Hartford and Center town arc expected to lend all the "." " aid possible . An cfort is to. h. The death of Senator Bradley has gtarjed afresh the Jalk of probable candidates. Senatorial Republican The name of R'cliia.ll P. Ernst still seenB to be a favorite uud he :s most favorably mentioned Jn tit's section. He won d undoubtedly make a strong candidate and wo say tills without any dlspargnieut of (he others mentioned In that connection. Wo William O'Connell Bradley Mr. Ernst could unite the party, Too Many Men Out of Employa. i1 N and that lie would thus stand u goad Rising to prominence in the councils' Senator, and, though he was not to ment. chalice to defeat any one of the threo Among the views of prominent men of his party, however, he was once the take his scat ln tho Senate until candidates who may be Democrat' Republican caucus nominee for the March, 1909, yet It was absolutely of business quoted in the Now York nominatedStates Senate before he was 30 tain to men of political forethought Sun of Miay 9, relativo (to tho liuprov ld- tnat '10 was bound to becomo the no trouble in a ed business prospect created by tho 'cars TJiero should bo in la (U urauiey was elected county dominating lacior in uepuuncan siaie uulcn "f hto Itepubllcaiis and promsu cf abundant crops, the ob Attorney of Garrard County. In 1872 politics, on a Senatorial candldato servation of .Mr. A. D. Julllard Js No sooner had he been elected Sen- he was Republican Elector of the Jn Kentucky itlvs year. The party worthy of note- Eighth Congressional District and ator than ho threw himself into tho n Jn power in the States needs oppo-pltioTho report of good wheat crop is a Jater mado tnQ race for Congress a3 a campaign, a champion of strong enough to conipell good very oneouraging feature In tho busl Republican, was defeated. In 1S7C dent Fairbanks for the nomination for but behavior. This will be admitted by ness outlook. This will help nuxter-all- y he again made an unsuccessful race the .Presidency over Taft, who was Tho good citizens of all. part.es. in accelerating a general in for Congress In the Eighth District. President Roosevelt's candidate and present Stato admlnlstraiion, as rep- dustrial and coninierclal revival. He was four times chosen Republican who had the support of Republican resented during tho last session uf th of National Committeeman for Kentucky Federal There are too limny men out In Kentucky. legislature, gave abundant evidence employment now to make it easy to and went as delegate at large from Senator Bradley and his friends along this line. It wuls csudouned by pnjllct how rapidly tjio revival of Kentucky to five Republican National made a hard fight for him to get on und business wlU progress. all tho Doniocratlc nwspapers Conventions. Four times previous to the delegation to the Chicago Convenby Democratic siealcrs, us well. It In tho second paragraph Air. Julllard this he was chosen as the Republican tion. His speech before the state conailed to do the things it, should liaXi touches the vital spot of the question caucus nominee for United States vention was one of the ablest camdone uud dJ a number of things for of business revival. Where two or Senator. He made the race for Gov- paign efforts of his life. Although he went down ln defeat by which. It wals soundly abused by threo million workers are Idle and ernor against General Buckner in 1887, The only .way to correct where tlio pay envelope contributions being defeated by 17,000 majority the not being sent as a delegate 'to the these ovlls is to have two strong par- tp the channels of trade are thereby preceding Democratic majority In the National Convention, Senator Bradley bo diminished, the revival of business gubernatorial race being 47,000. He moved on to Chicago and opened up ties in thjs State- - It cannot by allowing boiup luirty to run cannot; possibly bo swift or complete-Th- was appointed by President Harrison headquarters, which proved to be a done drawing card at the convention. -tWngs by default. No one can afford eal problem of tho hour is, h,onv as United States Minister to Korea ia The Senator's last important work Btuufbllng blocks Jn the to put those two or throe idle million 1883, but declined the place and also to throw declined the appointment made by was the preparation and delivery of a way of a union of the elements whloh workers back iiiton tlio Jobs President Arthur as special attorney speech agalnBt the repeal of Panama pppoee Demcracy. they have lost .through FreoT-rad- o to prosecute the "Star "Route" cases. free tolls, Ho went into the subject Tun ft legislation. Big liarvest on the Senator Bradley was .one of the 3o exhaustively. The speech was one of SENATOR W. 0. BRADLEY. farmers should licjp some.to be suiie.bu ho at the Republican National Con- - the longest delivered at the present Kentucky wJU miss tho iowierful unless American wuo-caniearoj YeBUon h9,d ,n Cnlcilgo , i880i voted session of Congress. It abounded with ' and gifted orator, Bradley. able to buy thq termor's products as leader j7 baliot8 for General Grant for citations and was considered a legal Iftxr almost a half century bo (iaa uuerauy 8 wiien Amonjcan iiaooriwas y, masterpiece. It , was a subject on ternuw PreiiiU- been in the political lime Jight of our fully employed at high American wage .j 195 Bradley mom the most ia which he ,bd strong convictions and State and h;frl made a name lor him-e- there can be no return pf normal Pro tertqtlag victory of hl Jopg careen many Senators believed that the labor in the nation as jwelj. He, mor tcctlon prooierity. In (oat year ae vraa ejected Uovet-bi- expended la connection with it may be than any other man, jilucttl the of Kentucky,, taktag the reins of partly reseeatible for his death, alA Boon to Laborers. party Jn Kentucky In a lKfal-tjo- o government from the Democrats, who though a complication of diseases and to bs rcpiectcid by Itu foes, and Statistic show that there are 5, had long remained ln power. After a recent fallfrom a trolley iaf, hastenable to win .vio.torpfl ut U10 lolls. Jlia 000,000 (die men In tho UnltH States hi term as Governor expired, he re ed the end. y whq are voice ia been Ueanl in every county a turned to Lancaster :Jer a time beforef Senator Bradley married, la 1817, from the Sandy to the Mlgs!8ljmt wage carnor8,apd ydi p. Tariff moas- - engaging in tne practice or law at MUs Margaret Robertson. Djptean, of iiflany uro is on tho books wliich tho Wood- - Louisville. Lancaster, and besides the widow, is xiver and in uonio counties In 1908 "Sit tight fa the boat" wu survived by one daughter, Mrs. 'Christimes. Ohio county vas 0110 of his row Wllsonltes nronriaul would bo a .. favori'ee, and he bjm dyubtletis Pjok been to the laborers ui ki tho country feaater Bradley'a Umqvm hattle cry tine South, of Frankfort. any as well. Marion (la.) Register. m JiSK P ?fW -ibe-liecer-UnitPro-gressiVlce-PresIoffice-holders e ra -et -au Booking-employme- We are informed by one of" our reliable merchants laat tho best price obtainable on first class, bur picked, clean wool ds 0 cents per pound. He Informed me that for the same kind of wool two years ago Jie was jaying the farmers of this country J2 cents per pound. It Is easy to figure that two years vago 100 poun'ds of wool would have brought the farmer $32, and that the same 100 WW mmm pounds now will only br'ng him $20- H-Two years ago under the Payne-Ai- d' spoken of by our merchant WW. rich blll.as you could have brought 100 pounds of wpo! to Perryvllle, sold it bought you a suit of woolen clothes for $15 aujl went home with $17 cash Jn your pocket. Bring in your 100 pounds of wool to Perryvllle now and sell tt under the bill to our merchant for the best price he Js able to give you under present conditions $20. Buy your $15 woojon suit of clothes wild jou Will have $5 cash to take v -- - -' jioinu in your pocket. - Farmer, w h!eh Is tho better for iMryou, li gh Tariff or a "Tariff for rev. ..ue oif y" on wool? Perryvllle (Mo. Sow Republican Era SlmoiHS-Undurwo- BARNES Bt.AVt.K v :&M sXSm mWLkLM mmmmmmmmlmWmmmlmmmmM'mlLtm mmm iK.Wrl roosevelt:back in the capitol kjWJMJMJMJMJMJMJMfkjWk Spends a Busy Day In Washin- gtonVisits President Wilson. 20. Former May Washington, I'reaAlent Roosevelt came back today to tho nation's capita.' ,wh.re lie spent scvpn years as tliuch'ef executive. Info nine hours lie crowded a speech on his South Amreleaii expedition, a call on Prevalent Wlson, a pol.ticul conference of importance w;th Prbgrciis.ves In congress.u vi;t to tlio Snt.tlvioiiian institution to beu the tropji.'es from his African hunt of four years ago, meeting with u few members of tho diplomats corps and a d.nuer with his old frlcifis here- Besides there '.were ilozou Impromptu receptions from crowds Jn tho ra.lwuy station, at his hotel, Jn the streets and vheruor else Jie chanced to atop for a moment. It was such u hot, busy day tjiat the colonel's collar raimdly melted away, but ho went through it all without allowing s'gna cf f,itigue. Crowds, clioens, Btrugg'cs to shako his Jmiil, photographers and all the rest wero liko old campaign days Tho colonel sinljed, waved UIs hat out and fired "Bully" and 'By Georgp that's fjno" at everything. Progressive mem bora of congress wero ut tho parjy flieuhmarters after the lecture to meet him aud go ovr tlio political situation with him. It Is unUeratood tlio co). onol is doslrous of souindng tjie hero. parUIcularly; with rtifer- tsiico to tho advisability of making an early attack on tho policies of lite Wilson administration. Roosevelt proUUl tjiat science and not io!Jtlcs Is the main objoot of JiJs visit to .Waajiington. iPresldeut Wilson and his predecessor spent moro than Jujf un hour together and talked of mo3t everything except politics. Much of the' tlmo was spent telling stories. Pros-JdeWilson Joked with Col- - Roosevelt about the mysterious river the latter discovered in Soutji AmenLca. ht boii-tnio- nt nt A Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cures kidney an bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures dltbetcB, weak tnd lumo backs, rheumatism, and all Irregularities or the kidneys and bladder In both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles In children .If not sold by your druggist, will send by mall on receipt of ?1.00. Ono small bottlo Is. two months' treatment, and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this and other states. Dr. L W. Hall, 2U2G Ollvo Streot, St. t IV Our Special Blend Feed. sp Farmers Don't Like the Idea. how far the importation of South AmerJIca corn is going to effect the farmers of thiis couintry ln future years nobody knows, buf 'hat I consllcr second tto nono ln tho country, and superior to any ln tho city nt any price. A small 'quafotMb' of Jt goes to Jong .way. Jaocauso it Is . . . i oausiying anu nourishing- YOU SAVE MONEY when you ,buy your food hero. It means tho bgat Jh quajjty u markefc prices. Try me. i st Juat W. E.ELLIS, lt. KENTUCKY 8a ,W The Produce Merchant HARTFORD, Mrs. T. L. 'We Are Prepared hot, sultry months are now here. We are glad to announce to you that we. are prepared to furnish you the warm weather wearables, so don't worry; be pleasant at all times. Our. prices and qualities will bring smiles to your faces. Try us for a cure for hot weather worries. Read Off fin returned from a v.sjt to relatives m 101 HAS THE PROMISE BEEN Remember tw In the grocery J!nc. Sat sfuctkm and lowest pr.ccs our aim- - FULFILLED? ACTOX BROS. Glas-glow The Foster and Miss Alico Foster Wi'Moy.o 'Monday for where they will imiku tho.r .Mrs. .1. Xcy , When Free Traders Cut Off the Tariff, Foreigners Promptly Raised Prices. Among niAiy costly things Jn v..v lu tho naJonaJ lMnocrat.c jilatfnn of 1912 ,tii 3 is still prcoicus: Tv hig'i. cost of living is a ucrlous problem .a every American homo. Iho RejiubKcuii patty, in ;t3 platform, aitemjita to iscapu from rdsputis b:..- ty for proseni comLtiona by ilny.iig tjiat they lire due to a' Protective Tariff. We taKo issue w th t&icm tn this eftibjtc and ciiurgo that cxcis-siv- o pnees result (n u, largo measure from the h gh 1ir ff Jaws cnactul aid maintained by tho Rcpubl.can part. Tiio high Tariff laws have been la:d low- - The o.lillel of Protcoti:ou has been blown up. Tho sur plus provded by tho Payne-oMdrlTaniff of iniquity Jus boon transfonn-e- d Into a a honest, a virtuous and a waxing Ueflclt. American manufacturers, fatUiiliig Jn sipcfy'ng ecsq under tlie old wlckedness.havc htlJ tjiolr noses turned to tho Grindstone by a Congress and an administration dger to educate, improve atl reform the ilullnvittcd bencr.ciariea of ProtcctiiA-greed. These have 3iot been equal to o grateful for thcur educational privileges. They see Uio exports of manufactures and the import of manufacturers' niitcr.a's dwiudtoig- - They seo American Industrial production shrLnk. Their wits seem net to liave been increased,. by tho competition to .which e Adam Smuthof iWarpTwis-ing-iUiq Hon. AVillam C. yeaniicd to,. subject them. Yet a Washington disrpAch in Monday's Sun contained thjs triumphant vindication of tho rTaniff and the Democratic method of lowering the cost of llvjng: Meant me the talk about increased supplies of food and reduced prices through removal of Vlutlcs on foodstuffs is making manifest its real qualities. Tjio records of ((he Mix months show an importation cf 83, 000.000 pounds of fresh 'beef in (that period or about two ounces a month for each individual In tfio United States. al records of the department of Commerce show tliat prices at which th,o importation occuredwere mono 'than 3ff per cent, (higher in tl n, Rcd-ficM.- sp Tlio-ofia'- fu-tu- ro below: Ladies' Lisle Union Suits Ladies' Lisle Vest and Pants Men's IS. V. D. Union Suits Men's Nainsook Shirt and Pants Porus-ICni- t Underwear Ladies' Long Silk Gloves Pest Lisle Gloves, Long or Short Ivory-SticFans .lap Fans Neck Cords (latest fad) . Sheer Fancy Lawns Dainty Patterns in Rice Cloth Silk Lisle Hose Pure Silk Hose Dainty Patterns in Shadow Laces Newest Designs in Allover Laces Ki-inoh home. Tho blgRcBt bargain wo have over offered our subscribers is The Ru- -, publican and four magazines, all one year, for only $1.25. Wo will sell you n soda fountain and somo show cases cheap If you coma quick. Ohio County Drug Co. Mr. Durward Garden and Miss Vlr- 'gio Harrison wcro married at tho court house Wcdnetllay momMig ly Judgu John B. Wilsun. j k 25c .". 25c $1 00 50c 25c $1.00 25c and 50c 50c and 1.00 5e to 50c '. 25c 10c CI I IXA WARE Dinner sets, plates, covered "U shea, cuo and saucers, all s.zo dishes a spec.al now Jrne nnd cheap at Her & Black's . .Mrs. R. E. jjo Slmmcrman and daughter, Miss Winnc, iMrs. J- - S. Glonu and daughter, .MJss tcLi'y returned today from .Xr.4liv.Ih.'. If your subscription to Tho Republican Is due, better pay up now and get four big magazines, all one' year, for only 25 conts extra. "Miss Ilnyiks rctunuU Beatrice from an extended vjs.t to ro'atlves and friends in Bawling Green where ntcnlii:neil. she was cxLona.vcly OUR STOCK OF SHOES (S BIG. THEM IN ALL WIDTHS. YOU. WE CARRY THAT'S WHY WE CAN FIT .....25c ; 25c 50c 15c to 50c 50o to 1.50" '. WANTED Ginseng, Yellow Root and a limited amount of Mayapplc Root. Will pay cash. E- - 'P. .MORE, Hartford. 44tf tho greatest lino of Paints, Oils, Varnishes over carrWjl in Ohio county. If In the market, sen Hartford Mill Co., be41tf fore purchasing. We OUR SHOES ALSO MAKE THE FOOT LOOK NEAT AND TRIM: THEY,WEAR A LONG TIME. THE BRANDS OF HOSE WE SELL HAVE STOOD THE TEST OF WEARING. ALL 0 have In stock a house that saves you money: Too many things that'will add comfort to you to mention. Our advice is: join the "Don't Worry Club" andj trade' with SHOES AND HOSE FOR THE SAME liave In stock tho - greatest of Paints, Oils, Varnishes over carried in Ohio coumty. lfrin the market, see Hartford MUlCo. be45tf fore purchasing. Wo Hjiio. MONEY ARE NOT THE SAME OURS JUST ONCE. QUALITY. TRY THAT'S ALL WE ASK. another Dr. Bean's Opera House will Jiavo good picture show Saturday night. Illusrtated songs, good music d and an hour's fun for only ton cents. Bo euro, to come-Goo- v liartford Republican. F1UDAY .MAY 29. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. L. & N. time card effectives Monday Aug. 21st. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound duo 2:20 p. m. daily except Sunday. No. IIS South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound duo 1:10 p. in. dally excoiit Sunday. H. E. MlSqjlKB, Agt. I I Ml v!? X? 3L it hRHJtl WHENEVER YOU SAY . ANYTHING " Soy Something Worth While, Say Bakery Schlemmer's Goods' FOHMIJh The Quality Will Bring a Pleasant Smile. ICECREAM EVERY SUNDAY Tie Hartford Bakery W. O. Schlemmrk, Prop. - KY. JARTFORP, Wall Paper' at, Ohjo Co, Drug Co. Mr. R. T. Collin Jjf an. Candyyllle- Got 12 returned Tuesday 2 "baths for at RUey'a 2t Shaving Parlor. Magazines should be regular visitors to overy home. Her & Barnott INCORPORATED, art-foare the exclusive agents In and vicinity 'and will take Treat pleasure in 'handling your order-Writ- e for catalogue and otlicr information. Wo Intend that every man who Intends to build a house this season MarchJimi4er,JrtUQjiowt .law, dhan Wo have a nice lino of Hardware- Jn ' the altar of free sugar Vad Freo-Trad- eILEtt & BLACKS. shall have pvcfythlng" ho needs 16 September, itji'q last month of the old THERE IS DEEP '. use, from a brickbat "P. and at tho law, whllu in matvy other of fie arSee Albert Rial for Cabbage, Tomato very lowest possible price. ticles, on .which duties .were reduced, 43t4 and Sweet Potato Slips. GLOOM IN LOUISIANA The Ohio County Farmers' Mutual HARTFORD ONLL. CO. 45tf the prices abroad wore promptly Mr. R- - E. Iyco Simmcnuan spent the . .when EYES NEED GLASSES, Telephone Co. (Incorporated.) day In Iuisvlllo Tuesday. Two ounces of ,beef a month, 24 you have to hold your, reading furthSALVET, tho great stock remedy. er than 13 inches away, or have the ounces of beef a wear for everyy mar, A Hurdred Millions Worth of Prop- Is a fanners' telephone system and furnishes a complete system where3Gtf See U. S. Carson, Hartford. lamp botwocn you and your Avork. woman and chJd, an amount notofljly by farmers can keep posted as to erty Rendered Almost Valueincreased when allowance Js made for For Service, cleanliness and satis- Wo mako scientific tests, fit best pools and prices on farm products In City Restaurant. quality glasses at tho very lowest babes, sucklings and vegetarians. faction, visit less by Eree-Trad- e. neighborhoods of this (Oldo) and WJiat mor0 can any country Ud;? If J. B- - .TAPPAN. Wire Fence best on prices. American ajdjolnlng counties, though Jt Is just foodstuff prices pro up, it is because & Optician. 43t4. Jowo!cr earth. For salo by U. S. Carson. as necessary for the business and people are better and therefore hunPeters, mho was recently grier undo- Tlie peoplo of Louisiana are de- professional man to usq It also, as. U. S. Carson Is agent for tho fatho Democratic adminis spondent. They do not toko much they cannot afford to be out of touch, shot at Beavor Dam while attempting tration? mous American Wire Fencing. iuterpst Jn the war, and they feel gen- with tho man on iixo farm, and they drawer In IIer&n'acir"luivo just to rob a cash ono Vlay Tilford's res DISHES taurant, left erally out of sorts. last week in have shown their sympathy with tho" Death of Henry Thomas. received another largo shipment. pin effort 'o escape prosecut.on, but. Sugar has been the gneat indus- farmers organization by jiatronWng Mr. Henry Thomas died at .the Motion plcturo show at Dr. Bean's through the promjit efforts of Sher- homo of his son, iMr. J. II. Thomas, try or Louis'ana. Now the. Louisiana and becoming a part of this great Opera House Saturday nlghit Somo- - iff S. O. Keor.vu was apprehended in Xarrows, last Sunday cf BrigDitis system I with exchanges at the foldis Plantor says Jn.a recent issue: tumg goou. Lculsvlllo aill returned hono to await ease- - Mr. Thomas was ono of tho So far as tho sugar industry of lowing points In Ohto county: Mdest aill most highly respected olt- - Louisiana is concerned the feltuatfon Hartford, (Main office, Beaver Fhjht tho flies and mosquitoes by tjio action pf the grand Jury. gott.ng your Screen Wiro Cloth at In an examination for teaclicrs hold zens of tho county. Ho was born is worso than it was after tho Civil Dam), McIIenry, Centertown, Rock- S. L. King's. at Owensboro last week two Ohio near Bardstown, Ky., Juno C, 1S31, War. Then there wero jirospects - port. Prentjss, Badzcjtown, Neafus, county applicants niado the Ji'gncst Ho leaves three children, Mrs. Lon ahead upon which credits Mere based- j Horso Branch, Dundee, Narrows and Mrs. Hancock of Dukehuret is tiio grades: Mr. Lyman G. Barrett, of Hurkley and .I.srs- - J. II. and J. W. i nerq aro nq sucn prosjieois now, anu l'at,tiesvll!e,itnd an exchange at Par-o- ur guest of her jareits Mr- - uAid Mrs. sugar iilanters aro Bjnipjy trying rillse, .Muhlenberg county. We also Barretts Ferry, 95.9 and Miss Oda Thomas. Tho burial was. at tho AcR. A. Gillespie, TucUday tho funeral to meet tho exigencies of the ultua-tio- connect with the following Homo twenty-fiv- e ton cemetery Raymond, Thoro wcro Wo can supply your wants In tho Ta suggestions of chango from Tclophono Co.'s: Rochester and sots of papers. This speaks well .JorvJces being coiuluoUtl by Father sugar to cattlo aro more tjaslly made Morgantown, Furniture lino at rock bottom cash for Ohio county Jijgh sohooJs. Miss O'Sullivon, of WhitosviUo. Butlo'r county; Yea-mUian followed. A chango of tjiat ACTOX BROS. prices. and Short Creek, Grayson Raymond has beon a pupil of tho Special Sale. kind becomes a reorganizatkm, a county, with whom we exchange serMJss Katie Pondloton returned Mon Hartford school Waring .the past term. In order to nXluce my stock I' will liquidation of tho ola buslneSis and vice. day from Dundco where alio had Iksoii Stanley Makes Great Speech. sell for cash only until Juno 10, inauguration of a now business. All With a telephone In this system tho guests of fricUds. 1914, or as long as it lasts, as fol this niay come, but it would bo a you havo tho privilege of and accoss Congressman A. O. Stanley snoko lows: Mrs- McKInney and Mrs. Dupoo of complete clmnge in our civilization-Thho no less than two thousand subRoclqort are tho guests uf .Mr. und af Uie Court House yesterday after- Bran and Shlpstuff, pure wheat sugar business requires a labor- scribers for a very small monthly noon lu the interest of his cayidCUaoy Mrs. R. A. GUHspie. produot, at per owt $1.60 er for overy 10 acres of land Ju cane fee. for tho Democratic nomination for Bran, pure wheat product, MJss Octovila"Barnott of Oanoyvlljo at culture. In tho cattlq business You cannot afford to do-- without United States Senator. It was a LC( wall arrive Friday to ,bo' tho (jucstj of uer cwt- $1.50 laborer can care, for 200 acres in a it in ypur office, homo or business tlnio for a speaking and. his audience Shorts, pure wheat product, at Miss Norlue Harnett. cattlo pasture, or even more. In oth- housi. For jwrticklars' call or wrlto Was small, hut he delivered a groat per cwt fl.C5 er words, thq catt'e industry, occuMisses Mary and Ethol Barnard of A. E. PATE, Sec'y., speech inhlsjuterest. It was plausible Rled Tag Mixed iFeed, at lala.nd Station arrived Monday to vis-- It pying th6 samo lands as the sugar inand his lines wero well solootwl iHartford, KJy. to 'per cwt 1.S0 dustry, won't require 5 per frlauds and relatives. ' cent of Or J. M. SHULTZ, Pros., moke the most for Stanley. Ho thun- June Pasture, Dairy flleal, at tho labor now or recently concen 43t4 Her & Black have made an order dered gainst monoixdy just as per cwt- Prentiss, Ky. $l.C5 trated hi the sugar industry. for several Lawn Hose, ao don't though .tho Democrats were still out Alfalfa Meaj, at per owt fl.50 Commenting upon lho situation, the Child Cross? Feverish? fUU to coniQ In beforo buyjng. of power )u the nation and not reSick? Feed Meal, at per cwt fl.CO New Orleans Picayune cays: Mr. Martin Thomas returtied tho sponsible for evroythlng, oven tho dry A cross, peevish, listless chRd, with Flaxseed' Meal, at per cwt $1.85 It Is worso than useless to deceive COateU first pf tho week from a .vlsll to rel woatlicr. He spoko of tho high cost Owensboro best Patent FJour tinn nnln ilnmin'f Dlaan. ourselves in regard to Jhe blow that of living, which, lio Jia no doubt told atives J n Louisville and other points. in wboU; per bbv ,....$5.25 the new Tariff has dealt our, State. la mvenously; Hartford Camp NoT 202 Woodmen a hundred pfudliencca hjeratoforo iwas MadIsonvJir6-bestomach Boar; Patent Flour Tho talk of truck farming is absurd, breath fetid; caused by Hie high tariff. Now, it pales n stomach, with of tho World .will give a picnic at Jn wood, per bbl ,...$5.25 and Jf all the sugar Jands were turn diarrhea; grinds teeth while asleeo, the Fair Grounds, iHartford, Ky,., July is all caused by tho Stool Trust which I havo a few tons of good feeding ed into truck farms it would !be im- and starts up with, terror all Buggest ho "'busted" three yoafcs ago. lie hay at per ton 4th, 1914. $12.00 possible to market all the produce. a Worm KllJor omctJiJng that ls You can got four" splendid maga- watLjcaustlc in his references to" tho Special prices on Arab by (Lho ton. One hundred inlljlon dollars are inlegislaturo and cliarged worms, and almost orery child zines one year for 25 cents extra by late Kentucky W. B. ELLIS. vested in sugar plantations, Bugbr as them- - Kiokapoo Wprm KHJor Is renewing your subscription to The thry. it was organized and controlled Produce Merchant, houses, farm implements and ani- aeedeU. GoJ: by the Lt & N 'Railroad of which HU a box Start at Republican. .Hartford, Ky. mals pertaining to the sup&r buslnM-TJie-. once. You Beckham won't have to coax, as r,?ue of ho chief AttorIf you will subscribe to The Repeople of Louisiana are In a Klckappo neys. Stanley nas, consldfiroblo followFor Sale. Worm Killer Js a candy publican, for. one !year wo will send Good farm In Ohio county, , near stats of despondency. New Oiftcans is confection. Expels the worms, tho ing Hi Ohio county, ibut it da beyou four monthly magazines for only lieved it wJH hpw a uiajortty tor Barnetta Creole church, containing talking about holding an exposition causa of (your chlUl's trouble. 25c.,' at 25 cents extra. 120 acres, all in cultivation excopt for the sole purpose pf twins to txut your druglst. Beckham. Screen kloors and windows made 5 acres. Good dwelling, barn some life into the business of Louand guaranteed to fit. Old ones reJs and all outbuildings In good repair. isiana. Tho Wilson admjniaft-atlocovered and paintuM at reasonable Well watered and In the oil belt. For blamed for all the troubles of thjbt i FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S i jru;un. owj uof terms- - and particulars apply at this State. I I office .HARTFORD MILL CO. 41tf BARNETT & SON, Agents. Louisiana has boon sacrificed oa rd CARSON &GO. $' Hartford, Kentucky. f ifl iWM-!ia- 35-3- . n. an - e .- wbleg ox-pe- to-da- y, Children Ory n ' CASTORIA . .. Children Cry QASTORI A .V. --- t. EATING IN BERLIN. SUBMARINE (They GRAFT HUSBANDS IN WILLESDEN. Surpass All Warships In Concentrated Deadly Power. A DIVE UNDER THE SURFACE. The Terrifying Sensation and the Agony of Roaring Noises That Bewilder the Novice as tho Vessel Goes Down Into the Depths of the Sea. Jn waters whero tlio United States maintains a naval station you may happen to see a tall staff cutting through tlio water as though borne by some unseen hand beneath tho surface. On tho top of the staff Is a alight bent hood pointed in the direction of motion. 'Ibis Is the eye of a submarine. From tho lens In the front of tlio hood a picture ot the wbolo seascape is corrled down by n succession of mirrors In the hollow staff until it is thrown on a prismatic lens at the bottom. Here the navigator of the submarine watches a moving picture of what Is going on above tho surface of tbe water and guides his boat accordingly. We said boat advisedly, because it Is really a vessel for the transportation of human beings at sea. It Is. more- nam. There are forty-sevedistinct and over, more than n flouting craft, swimming on the surface IlUe n swan. It separate varieties of German sausage, is also n diver, darting down Into the and three or them are edible, but the Westphalia ham. in my Judgment. Is depths like a Ash. It is pronounced Let yourself be shut up in it and greatly overrated. dive with It and It seems more like n Wotfnllure, wIUi the accent on the tightly corked bottle. Your first sen- last part, where it belongs. in Germany, however, there is a sation as the boat starts downward Is tbat you have foolishly allowed your- pheasant agreeably smothered in young self to be shut up in a death trap cabbage, which is delicious and in seafrom which there Is no escape. Your son plentiful. The only drawback to complete enjoyment of this dish Is that heart sinks faster than tbe boat And then something happens to make the grasping and avaricious German you forget everything but that this restaurant keeper has tho confounded craft is a hellish contrivance for de- nerve to charge you, in our money, 10 stroying your hearing. As tbe subma- cents for a whole pbensant and half a rine dips under tbe surface and all peck of cabbage say enough to furoutlet for sound is cut off by the seal nish a full meal for two tolerably huning waters the rush of tbe sea around gry adults and a child. Irvln S. Cobb tbe steel walls becomes the rattle or In Saturday Evening Post spring ball on a tin roof. You remember tbat old and painful swimming HE WANTED A JOB. hole experiment when you held your head under water and let a playmate The Red Bearded Sailor Who Insisted Strike two stones together. But here That He Could Sing. the assault on your eardrums is as One day many years ago, when Billy though a million stones were striking Emerson was in bis heyday and all together. A pebble falling through tbe San Francisco was at his feet be was waters on tbe steel hull sets tbe inside accosted by a sailor with a long red Clanging like a Chinese temple full of beard. Tbe sailor said tbat he could Jangling gongs. You must shout to sing and wanted a Job. be beard. "I have no opening," said Emerson. Through the roar from tbe vibrations The tar, however, was obdurate and Of the steel shell come tbe insistent several times during tbe day imporcrackling hum of electric motors, the tuned Emerson to give him a clium-rattling Ore of gasoline engines, the To get away from his tormentor Emwhir of machinery and tbe barking erson was compelled to go to bis bo congb of exhausts. Your craft seems tel. to be nothing but an elliptical mass ot Near tbe theater was a saloon whero concentrated noise sinking through tbe the mliMrel boys were wont to consea. You fear that It will blow up gregate after a show. It was of tbe from its own vibrations. usual kind, with a room in tbe rear, When you have in a measure con- with a piano and a piano player. Into trolled your protesting ears you look this room, when the performance was around and see u wonderful array of over, went the sailor and asked the gnglnes, machinery, deadly torpedoes man at tbe piano if he would change lasbed together in pairs and tbe steel plnces with him and allow him (the tubes from wblcb they are projected sallori to play in his place. The muWith compressed air all stowed away sician acquiesced. Tbe performers trooped to the front in the least possible space. Tbe double walls burroundlng you of the saloon, and soon there came are themselves huge ballast tanks, from the rear room tbe strains of which can be tilled with water through "Sally In Our Alley," sung as only one valves opening into the sea outside or man In the world could sing It "Boys," said Emerson, "that's Tom can be emptied by the force of compressed uir from within. As these Dixon." A rush wns made for the rear, where tanks are tilled the hull of the submarine sinks until only the periscope, It transpired that tho "sailor" was tbe elevated eyo of the vessel, shows none other than the great minstrel above the water. When the water is tenor. He had gone to Australia with forced out of them the boat becomes u company. It disbanded, and he light and rises to the surface until Its worked Ills way home as an ordinary conning tower, superstructure and the seaman, during which time he grew upper part of the hull are exposed. the long led whiskers. Dirt Ihen the craft is navigated like any You he get the Job with Emerson? didn't know Hilly or you would Other boat. When the vessel is submerged the never have asked that Edward l.e navigator at the lower end of the (toy Itlce In Chicago Journal. periscope nas n lar more intricate tusu Not American at All. than the steering of nn ordinary boat A certain typo of story that having Tbe periscope, of course, brlugs him a limited view of the sea about Then the sudden conclusion, such us "Wi! he must bteer in two planes Instead lie Jones tired a cannon yesterday; the of one. Ills craft turns not only to funeral will be tomorrow" has been tbe right or left, but also up or down. claimed as purely American In Its oil To enable the vessel to stay under i;ln. But. as u matter of fact, this kind the water a longer time than usual jf story Is older than America Itself. tbe submarine carries u reserve supply If you will turn to II Chronicles, xvl. 12. 13. you will find these words: Of air. This emergency supply is comyear of "And Asa In the thirty-nintpressed In n steel tlask under the enormous pressure of 'J.000 pounds to the bis reign was diseased In his feet tin square Inch. Should tbe Husk burst til bis disease was exceeding great tbe explosion would wreck tbe bout yet In bis disease be sought not to the Perhaps a better Idea of the tremen- Lord, but to tbe physlcluus. And Asa dous concentration Implied by this slept witb bis fathers." Ladles' Uoiue pressure may be gained from tbe Journal. Statement tbat If this storage cylinder Wants to Get Even, were punctured with a hole no bigSome day, when our bank account ger tban a ueedlo and If the tiny Jet ot escaping air were to strike a man gets even lower than It Is now, wo are It wjuld plcrco bint through und coins to try to arrange to take a year's through like a bullet and even drive a leave of absence and spend It with our bole through an inch thick board be- wife's relatives, staying about half as long with each of them ns each of hind bim. For ordinary purposes the air sup- them usually stays witb us. Ohio ply used uuder water is carried In or- State Journal dinary cylinders at much smaller presNot Quits. sures. Unusual precautions have to "I sleep with your letters under my he taken' to prevent tbe contamination of tbe air supply by gases from tbe pillow," tbe modern lover wrote. Then be yawned and muttered to storage batteries and from the gasoline himself: motors. "At least T go to sleep over tbe letConcentration epltoralr.es tbe submarine. Its energies and utilities are ters. I suppose It's tbe same things-N- ew Orleans packed In like the parts of a puzzle, and In tbe concentration of deadly Once Was Enough. power It surpasses, any other weapon Mrs. Church Did you ever get your of man. San Francisco Chronicle. husband to try to wash tbe dishes? Mrs. Gotham Only once. Passion is out of place In any discus"Why only oncer sion and more than ever in a right "Because tbe next day we bad no ranse, for it befogs and bemuddles it fishes." yonkers Statesman. PocoL n e h Times-Democr- Humorist's View of the Natives' Wonderful Appetites. The average lierllner bus a double chin running all the way around and four rolls of fat on the bncl; ot his neck, nil closely clipped mid shaved, ho as to bring out their full beauty and symmetry, and he bus n figure that mattes him look ns though an eartli qtiiiue h:id shaken loose everything on thu top floor and It had all fallen through Into ills dining room. Your true Iterllucr eats his regular daily meals, four in number and all large ones, und In between times he now and then gathers a hlto. For In stance, about 10 o'clock In thu morning he knocks off for an hour and has a few cups of hard boiled coffee and -onio sweet sticky pastry with whip ped cream on it Then about 4 o'clock in the nftcrnoon he browses n bit Just to keep up his appetite for dinner. This, though, is but u snack say n school of Ulsmarcl; lierring mid a kraut pie, some more coffee nml more cake mid one thing and another merely a preliminary to the real food, which will be coming ulong a little later on. Iletwecn acts nt the theater be excuses himself and goes out and prepares his stomach for supper, which will follow nt 11 o'clock, by drinking two or three steins or thick Munich beer and nibbling on such small tidbits as a few links of (Jcrman sausage or the upper half of a raw Westphalia A They Mind the Babies at Home While the Wives Go Out to Work. Wlllesdeii Is a perfect paradise for a certain type of husband. There, is no need for him to go out to work; bis wife will see to that All ho need rto Is stnynt home and mind the baby, lie has a Job for life and practically nothing to do. The Gllbcrtlan arrangement Is due to the peculiar Industrial conditions of Wlllesdeii. whero there are many hum dries und fnctorles and feuialo labor Is much in demand. Although It Is cheaper than male labor would be at tho sumo class of work, the wages are good, considering that only live days a week are worked In tho laundries, the women not being required on .Mondays As much us from 'JO to ."CI shillings a week can he earned. CI being a com nion wage, even for girls. Consequently the women rule the In dustiinl world of Wlllesdeii. Thu posl tions of man and wife are reversed. There is no need for the muu to go to work. Not only would be be iinsultu bio for thu Job, but the labor and the wages would not suit him. Therefore a working girl, when she has saved sutllelent money mid thinks of marrying, looks around to tlnd an eligible man. whom It would he her duty to keep In after life, lie must know how to bathe, dress and feed a baby; bow to amuse it and what to do when It tins convulsions other than rolling it on tho tloor or slapping It on the back. If he can do nil this the girl proposes. Is accepted (If she Is strong enough to work), and the knot is tied. When the children grow up they nre packed off to the laundries or to one of the biscuit, incandescent mantle or cedar pencil fnctorles that abound in tbe neighborhood, and their wages go to swell the family Income. As for fn ther. he continues his congenial task of warming the baby's milk and performing other little duties. London Cor. Philadelphia Ledger. HIDING !lhote:ll;: !1PSMGT0MI f - jOireotory County Oliio Circuit Court T. P. Blrklicmd, . Judge; Ben I). Klngo, Attorn-- ; P. Mldklff. Jailer; K. (I. Barniss, K, K. Hlrkliead, Master Com, Clerk; missioner: It. T. CollliiH, Trustee Jury Pund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, I Deputies -- S. A. Itrutcher; Hartford. office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown nidi uilmoru Kcoun. Court convenes first 'Monday in Pebruary mid continues three weeks; third .Monday In April, Vo weeks; third .Monday in October, two weeks. County Court John U. Wilson, Judge; W. C. Ulnnkenshlp, Clerk; C. H. Smith, Attorney. Hartford. .Court convsnes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Court Hcyliis on the first .Mommy In every month. Court of Calms Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers-- C. S. Mon-loKy., K. Surveyor, I'oiMdvllle, P. 1). No. 2; Tom Hlncs. Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Itlley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton, Uoiid Engineer, Hartford. y, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice li!i proulon in Ul and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. nOTELorAMERicAN IDEALS. I -- : - : In a city where ood hotels abound, the Powhatan headi the "t-- v It It first In.lbe hearts .of its countrymen, -- Barnes M(rrs. & z - Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith THE JOKER NUGGET. scale at thirty ounces and was sold for $G0O. In size and shape It resembled a man's hand, thick at the wrist part and tapering off toward the Angers. The claim bad been a good one from tbe first and tbe owner did not have to work bard. One day he was reclining full length Idly searching for nuggets when he caught sight of the Joker. He at once covered it with bis band and sat up, rather wondering how be would secure tbe treasure without being seen. If tbe find became known every man In the Held would tramp to tbe spot and invade bis claim and so prevent his working. . A man in an adjoining claim looked up. "Found anything?" he asked. "No Seen tbe color; that's all Pitch my coat over to me, will you? It's lying near there. I want a smoke." "Here you are, mate. But what's the matter? You look pale. Don't you feel right?" "I'm all right only tbe sun is a bit hot" He was struggling with an insane desire to laugh, but he got his coat over tbe nugget and seated himself on the top of It Then laughter overpowered him. and be became bystcrieul Those about him wondered, but thought the sun bad affected him. In a little while he gained his com posure and decided to go to his tent. In lifting bis coat he managed to take up the lump of gold, and no one knew that he bad found anything. It was t not until ten days had passed that was noised abroad, and even then few knew the claim wheuce the Joker came. tin-fac- An Incident of the Early Australian Gold Diggings. Among tbe rich finds In the Australian gold diggings the Joker nugget ranks among tbe chief. It turned the Carlyle and Ceremony. Thomas Carlyle and Ills wife were so wedding frightened that It Is sad to think of Iteplying to n letter ot his describing bis fantastic terrors, she wrote: "For heaven's sake get into a more benignant hiimoi or tiie Incident will not only wear a very original aspect, but IlkewNe a vw heart breaking one. I see not how I am to go through with it" T, P.'s Weekly, Loudon. it According to Spencer Walpole's account of the "Island of Home Utile." tbe governor is chancellor, pretddent of the common law courts, president of the council, president of the Tyn-walcourt und, lu addition, acta us bis own prime minister, borne secretary and bead of tbe treasury. Loudon Chronicle. A Case of Dropsy. She Do you know it Is dangerous to use Bomo words carelessly? Thus, If you were to drop tbe tirst letter lu music it would make you sick, lie Ves. and If soldiers lu battle were to drop the Unit letter in grlddled ttiey'd get riddled. Buffalo Express. Isle of Man's Busy Governor. For plurality lu olUco the palm must go to the governor of tbe isle of Man d On tho Way. "Why doesn't tbat dachshund come when 1 cull him? The Idea of sulking on mei" "He's coming as fast as bo can," said tbe man's wife, "lie's got bis front legs started." Washington rierald. Consldorabls Opening.-"Wha- t a dear little mouth Peggy has." "Yes; ber last dental bill amounted to 37.GO."-Bos- ton Transcript Don't (brow nwny your old shoes till you've got new ones. Dutch Proverb Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft3d Monday In .March, Tuesday aft3d Monday In June, Tuesday aft3d Monday In September, Tuesday after 3d Monday In December. L. A. McDanlol, Hoekport, Friday after 3d .Monday In March, Friday after 3d Monjduy in June, Friday after 3d Monday In September, Friday after 3d .Monday in December. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. S. W. Leach, Crotmvoll, Wednesday Manager. nrtcr Jd Moiulaj Jn March,, Wednesday after 3d Monday In June, Wolnesday nrter 3d Moifday In September, Wednesday after 3d Monday in December. It. C. Ticla'nor, Ccntcrtown, Sat urday aner 3rd Monday in icii month. HAVE YOL'K SUITS Winson Smith, Select, Tuesday after 2d .Monday In March, Tuesday after I'd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3d Monday In August, Tuesday after 2d Monday In November. W, S. Dean, WedDundee, nesday after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 'M Monday and DyeIn May, Wednesday after 3d Monday ing in August, Wednesday after 2d .MonNovember. given day in F. Itlce, Fortdsvllle, Tuesday Ladies Ben after 2d Monday In March, Thursday ThursCleaned and day after 2d2d.Monday in .May, August, .Monday in after Thursday after 2d Monday in NoRepaired. vember. W. Taylor, Work called and er Ben Monday In Ralph, Prldny aft2d .March, Friday nfter 2d Monday In May, Friday after 3d .Monday In August, Friday after 2d Club $1.00 jionuay in iNOvemncr. IIAllTKOUD POLICE COUItT. O. C. Martin. Judco: MeUnwr.ll A. Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Hartford Pressing uaremu; (ouri comenes secoujd Monday in each month. City Council. C. Her, Mayor; It. GUNTHEU BLDG., CENTER ST. T. CoUlnB, Clork; J. E. Boan, Treas HARTFORD, KY. urer. Members or council J. C. Ikti-net- t. Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yeisor, W. il. Gillespie. School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chairman; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, aad V.' E. Bills. KELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, Souta Sorrices morning and ovonlng eveny first and third Sunday la each month. Sunday school U:5 a. m. Prayer mooting every Wednesday OToning. Ror. B. W. Napior, pastor. Baptist Churcu Services morning nnd evening every second aad fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school 9: 45 a. m. Prayer meeting orory Wod ncsday cYcnlng. Rev. A. S. Pottlo, Feel right all tho time. Don't lay oil pastor. Christian Church Serriccs every from work for day3 by takinc calomel keeps you third and fourth Sunday at 11 n. in. when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x on your feet, while rclicvingyour troub- ami 7 p. m. Sunday school 0:30 u. in. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Elder Gwlnn, pastor. take anything else. You' can't afford SECRET SOCIETIES. ays-tcit Eliminates poisons, cloansesA nat- Hartford Lodge No. C75. P. ami A. and relieves constipation. M. moots ovory first Monday night ural remedy, natural in its actions, auro in eacn moniii. . s. Stevens, W. in its effect and certain in results. It M.; Owan Hunter, Secretary. wiU won't be long before, Lit- - Ver-La- x Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. T5. S. completely displace calomel in erer meets every second and fourth Monhome. Children can take it freely anA day evenings, Mrs. J. Jl. Williams, with perfect safety. Every bottle guar- W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. anteed. 50c and 1 in bottles. Nona Miller, genuino without tho likeness and signa- Miss Elizabeth Lodgo Secretary. Rough River No. 110 Knight ture of L. K. Grigaby: For sale by of Pythias meets erery Tuesday evenJ. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. It. Hedrlck, K. of It. & S. Hartford Tent No. &9, K. O. T. M. mryy.-,-r vt.i.rarr H 'iH In Mil WITT-H- I moots uvcry first and tnlrd Thursday nights. It. T. Collins. Commander; E. P. .Moore, RccoiU Keeper. Acmo Lodgo No. 333 I. O. O. P. meets every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Bar- nctt, Noblo Urand; W. It. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 213 V. O. W. J Succeed when everything alse falls. meats every second and fourth Sat1 In nervous prostration and female urday nights in each month. Tom J weaknesses they are the supreme Williams, Council Commander; W. C. i remeuy, as thousands nave testified. Wallace, Clerk. Sunshiao Hlvo No. 42, L. O. T. M., FOR KIDNEYtLIVMt AND moots every first and third Friday I wiwinnvn nlghU in each month. Mrs. Attyo K la the best medioUe ever told Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. H. over a druggist's tat. E. Mlschkc, Lady Record Keeper. Koystono Chapter No. 110, R. A. M meets every thliU Saturday night In each month. John T. Mooro High Priest; W. S. TInsley, Socretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. Tho most economical, cleansing and State Officers President, J. H. Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presigermicidal of all antiseptics is dent, J. H. Burnoy, Muhlcjnborg Co.; Secretary & Treas.. 8. B. Robertson. Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Bal- maln, Hartford, Ky. Members State Executive Board-B- on J. W. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Dunn,Watson, Webster county; Plrtle, Daviess county; HUury b dissolved w water needed. Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun As a medicinal antisentlc for douches ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. Ohio County la treating catarrh, inflammation or) ens, President; Officers S. L. StevHenry Pirtle, Sec ulceration of nose, throat, and that retary; S. caused by feminine ills it has no equal. COUNTY E. Bennott, Treasurer. BOARD OF EDUCATION. For tea years the Lydta E. Plnkhaux Osna Shults. Chairman. Hartford, Medicine Co.hoa Tecommended Paitino Ky. in their private 'correspondence wltk 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. women, which proven its superiority. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. Women who have bee cured sty 3. Ira Bozartb, Olaton, Ky. it Is "worth Its weight la fold." At 4. II. O. Autry, Baizetown, Ky. druggists. 60c. large be. r sy Mil. 5. 1. Austin, rVeatlss. . J. L. lrown, Keckport, ttf. The Paxtoa Toilet Co., Mass. The Towhatan is refined, exclusive, and restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II btrcets, makes it a desirable headquarters (or bridal, couples, tourist rattles, conventions. Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to many points of historical interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at 51.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50, $3.03 and up. 'Write for booklet with map. - W. H. Banun and C. B. Smith announce Unit tlwy liave form- a urtiuT4Ji!4i f(r the gonor.il prac- tfco of liw, eve list cnlniimil und dlvxr c.isct, .Mr. Smith bciLug County AtUir- iiry Is lUMWiitod frum practicing such eaibtt. Mr. Barms will Individually OffJivit In oocejvt Bitch practloji Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K" JUSTICES' COLKTS. er er er ARTHUR ASSOCIATED Attorney at Law - D. KIRK KY. t HARTFORD, WITH M. L. HEAVRIN This office Is cipilpi'cd for hand ling Commercial and Collection Items as well as other legal and liti gated matters. Practice lu all the courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrlu's Office. liv T.WADESTRATTON Attornoy at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice his profession In this and adjoining counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice a Prompt Specialty. and vigorous service. Cleaned i Pressed Repairing neatly done. work special attention. Hats delivered. month. for I rate per To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. 1 PREPARED W. H. Veterinary Surgeen RILEY Ky. dill, Hartford Collier's The . M Nmtl.nal . Weekly USE LI V-VER-- Collins in Clubs Until this year inaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaEt'V First Time has been Now the price is $2.50 CtUitx't For Lazy Liver aad the Troubles of Constipation. iolditS5.0. andnehtiesecurcd naaaaaaaaH?'iaaW J , ' a concession hereby we cm offer it at a still further reduction in connection with this publication. .3 Special Offer U Gw Kcitis CI m Keroemzme the rrrat ittmiarf Ur CoHirr'i at the new price, we have mie to each one iter it ami our ? puklicatia rrautentrnls ear Urtac price o( frA'tr'aaUae. Tins Ualinited 4 vaatatcatpruaptly. ifer aacj mutt be take Wbtt Yt C.ftrr'i Got 'm Cellar's ti mmmt fara that taiiiK GSO la4eendet, (earless eekly the wkale Nat al is it the eitirrn's aaa4r)nol but it is il'o a is the one Wit, the whale fimijT. Amoaa the year's saaicriytian cives arci !; 1B00 Editorials flawa Fiiaaaa 25 Sfcart Article IG 9Mrt Starlaa ISO RaihrataJ Fsaturaa 2 Caaiplela NoTtU ,i Ctlier's Hartford JIMLWM Hcpuhllcan jecfrlc Bitters moooba $2.50 tt t . '15 M K, V? SPECIAL TO WOMEN I I f rellaalltT nearly 40 k.w'ln every citjr and town lajears.Unitta1 the V Canada, or by mall direct. More Stat.sTai said thai any omer mane, bend lor tree caUIaaue. McCALIS MAGAZINE ...u. .uiiKiwn man any othet fashion Ir nagailna-rollll- on month. Invaluable. Liu P"1"". '""maktmr, " JJnfy oik, halidiesslne! ?ii,?,. stories, etc. tenta (WiKtK. d?ublc lncIuilne free paltesn. V ' ""j, "' cnu lor sample cony. aWONnFBCTlf. IMnilraiirur. I toAecnts. 1'ostal brines premium eaUIocue I and new cash prise offers. Address iMMH.7BaSt. MW TOBX k lfTATT. HAirrBM amaaW t T I a 4 t, J '" '" r" i ,leif i """'"" wuuia, u and KILLtw CURE WITH THE cough LUNGS ' y Dr. King's Niw DiiMviry F0RC8Sgi' Muwm)mui.TjiiSBP UAUaTJUD aATUtAOWJtf . aMMWMUMM. K Bwt. ... FLOGGED OUT OF THE ARMY. EUROPEAN Clever In POLICEMEN. i Children Cry for Fletcher's Tlio Kind Yon Havo Always BonBlit,nnd which Iins been in UNO lor OTcr BO venrs.r linn liortinflm IIIIIUIII&U Va -aav ainnnin.n UlKl 111!! llPOn tlimln l.i.flti lit i.nn. YJZgjfa, Bonnl supervision Hinco its infancy. lit; VIIU IIIUCCUIVO .Villi 111 IIIIS. ' . ..... CTlttlllt orlollu. L" nil...... .. ...1 it r a Tuitf J.u All tlmt trlflo with mid cncliiiijrcr tho liculth ot Infnnts und ClUldron Uxpcrlcnco ngalnst Experiment. --11 snhstltuto for Cnstor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd .Sootlilnjr Syrups. It is pleasant. Its contains nultliur Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its uro Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcvcrl.sliiicss. ror more tlmn thirty years it lias been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation.. Ilatulency, Wild Collo, nil Teething Troubles and Dlarrlma. It rcRiilntos tho Stomach and Bowls, i!;1s,"l!,atc8 tllc I'""""'. Klvlnpr healthy mid natural Bleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Cnstorla is n liarmloss Fate ol "The Whistler at the Plov." Among the mti ti 'ii tmiin-- of tlio pnst "The Whistler ut thu Plow" tvus tbe happiest. It a chuxen by Alexander Somervlllc. lung mIiicc ileml. who prose ever penned wrote tho awci-tes- t about tho llelils mill unods nnd hum-let- s nnd tho lietistM, lilrds, reptiles and people of Cuundu. I sllmpaeil hint once stupendous Scot, with loriK ulilto Hair lum'lnt; over his shoulders und tin expression of supreme Badness on tho tmhle fneo. Hut he hnd the clear blue eye of the Scot nn eye that hud tin umber ullnt lu It when he wits roused. but ho did not lie was mi servo out his term or enlistment In the army; neither did he get uu honuniblo Melancholy s 11 London, "Sloppy" In Paris and Polite In Berlin. In humor. In urbanity, as In perfect control of his district the Loudon policeman Is tho nearest approach to perfection, writes Perclvnl Pollard, who In "Vagabond Journeys" has n word to say of the vnrlous policemen of tbe world. Ho adds Hint in looks only our American policemen equal tbose of London. STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS I Majority of Friends Thought Mr. Hughe Would Die. taking other medicines. decided ts To the stranger the policeman seems the politest of nil Londoners. Chiefly, however, It Is In his control of traffic, awheel and afoot, that he Is unrivaled. When you consider the narrowness of tbe streets you constantly marvel at the easy skill with which ho bolvos bis problem. But take his advice, although I did not havf Oie Helped Him to Recovery. any confidence in it. I have now been taking Black-Draug- ht for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. ad- dlsclmrKO- - GENUINE The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THCCttrTaUW COMPANY. T HUKKAT Sir CASTORIA Bears the Signature of STRICT, WCW VOIIK CITT. ALWAYS Starck Pianos w r No Money inAdvance Safiafae (loa Guar anteeil LosvratNet Fa o t oiy Raaieat Terras A Prices f .SBCTesaBajsjSsaKafcsaasaatJBaaawsalaa Saving of SlOO to At the time or the pent Chnrtlst movement In KdkIuihI he was stntlotied with his regiment somewhere In tho Midlands. Tho Chartists were looked upon us nn Incipient French revolution. Their meetings were forbidden, coercive measures were undertaken, nnd things begun to look bud. Tho Chartists honest, I can't tell you what n Ohart-Istwnbut ho was, I fancy, an ultra Liberal or Kndlcul of those days decided to hold u procession. The authorities decided to prevent It, and a bloody clash was billed for the next Sunday. The Scots Greys were ordered to rough whet their sabers lu preparation to resist tho mob. A saber so treated brcuks bones and tears nnd bruises tho flesh, but It doesn't sink deep. It was a terrible order, and Alexander Somer-vllle- , the future "Whistler at the Plow." refused to obey. He could not draw his sword on his fellow countrymen who were demanding liberty. A corporal's guard seized Prlvnto Alexander Soraerville. lie was tried for Insubordination by a court martial nnd was sentenced to be dogged und then dismissed from the nrmy. IIo suffered n fearful Hogging, with tho whole garrison und as many of tho citizens as could see looking on suffered without n cry or a groan and when tho cruel, brutal business a business that would have made Sitting Bull or Rod Cloud miserably ashamed was over be came out to this free land, a lone, broken nnd melancholy mnn, to sing of freedom among the free bills. Docs any one know where Is bis grave? Toronto News. s, Aloxnnder Somcrvlllo wns n prlvnto In one of the cruck curulry rcjdinetits of Great Itrltiiln und Ireliind I think It was tho famous Scots Greys, but 1 am not mire, lie must huve been u moRtililcent looking soldier. The Paris policeman never looks anything but "sloppy." uud his notion of controlling traffic nt crowded street crossings Is enough to mako tbe observer shout with laughter. No ono minds him. and his attempts to regulate the speed of the Parisian cabby only result In a slanging match. Observation of Parisian street traffic Is all that is really necessary to Impress you with thu belief that in case of need the Paris pollcemnn would always, with much noise nnd arrest the wrong person. Tho police of Berlin aro vastly bettor than those of Paris. They do not look as well, according to our notions, as the English "constables," but they are fairly smart The men nre polite, control traffic Inexorably nud see to It that Berlin Is ono of tbe cleanest and most orderly of cities. But as reasoning individuals the Berlin policemen are hardly to be counted at all. When anything happens to you more serious than crossing a congested street or losing your way you nre fnlr-l- y certain of running bard against a city ordinance, mechanically enforced by the man on the beat No argument or persuasion prevails. There is the regulation, und here tbe instrument to enforce It The human element Is entirely absent Both Italy nnd France are as to their police more human. mclo-dratna, Pomcroyton, Ky. writes' as follows In Interesting I am so thankful for what Black Black-Draught vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes stomach Draught has done for me." : "I was down with Thedford's has been trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. Is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acls gently, yet surely.' It can be freely I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should bf and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest would die. He advised me to try Get a package today. 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Solutious of salt of gold of carefully graduated strength are put Jntotest tubes, with tho weakest solutions at one end of tbe row grading up to tbe strongest at the other end. OUR CLUBBING RATES, .....$1.36 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.59 The republican una JLaiiy uwensDoro inquirer; k O'boro Messenger 1.76 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democrat .h 30 P. A. STARCK HCSIOINT S200Fac From lory Direct beautiful Stnrck t'lnn.i for ft ,bv' -- .. ir. .1 in vmi home. No cash i.aymntrcqulro(3. 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These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and It Is possible for you to l.'vy a for your home, without mining the nioncy. . , Tb'a truaraate bu s- c( It our 35 years of plino (iperlcnee, and the rrpu. tttlon of nn rrnonslble piano Louie. OK.Ys . Hi;- -, ale Firry Starck Plan la riarantrrd for 25 jrrara, r 2nd-Hand largalnc on hand 60 o( To 'Starck l'lanoi, gitc free music lessoni. In one of tbe belt known schools in Cblcaeo. These lessons you tin take la your own home, by mall. This represent one year's free Instruction. Lessens rny purchaser we Frit Musis I.i(7 number ot slightly used and second hand pianos of aH stsndsrd makes taken In ex. rhanze for new Starck Pianos and Player-PianoThe follow. Ins are a few sample barralnit W bste ronsUntly "Starck PUyifKiMl Player-I'tanos aiarcK Weber Stelnway Chitkering Kimball $110.00 92.00 80.03 tbe best au.l mint beautl. tut riiyer flsnos w, at market. You will be delisted with the many ex clusire features bf thesa wonderful Instruments, and will be pleawl with the very low prices at which tlicy can be secured. art Laying Bridge Floors. The most Interesting and dangerous looking stage In the construction of n suspension bridge Is tho building of the door, says Popular Mechanics Magazine. In this work tho builders ha.ve nothing to rest their work on nnd must build out each way from tho towers, securing tho floor piece by piece to the heavy steel burs suspended from the main cables far ubore. The work Is dono with derricks that are equipped with booms long enough to reach out ahead of the flulshed structure nnd hold, the girders suspended while they are being riveted In place. As each section of tbe floor Is completed the derricks nre moved ahead and tho construction of the next section Is begun. He Wat the Whole Cabinet The record concentration of office Into a single band was achieved by tho Duke of Wellington in 1834. when William IV. suddenly parted with his Whig ministers. Sir Robert Peel, who was to form the new ministry, was in Rome, and It took between three and four weeks for tbe king's messenger to reach him and for blm to return, traveling almost continuously night and day. In tbe meantime Wellington was practically the entire government. IIo really held the offices only of first lord of tho treasury and home secretary, but nny one of the secretaries of state can perform the duties of nny other or all of them, nnd this Wellington actually did. Westminster Gazette. Twice-a-Wee- Piano Boob Starck second-han- 95.00 195.00 bargain list. Send lor our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano boot w'jlcli cives you a large amount of information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Frai Fluid from the spinal column of the person who is being examined Is then dropped into tbe tubes. The presence of certain kinds of brain or nervous trouble Is then Indicated by the colors produced In some of the tubes. The particular color produced and the strength of tbe solution that shows the color strongest give tbe clew to tbe kind of disease. Another peculiar test for certain other kinds of brain trouble is to take a drop of blood from tbe person examined nnd place In it a prepared solution from a tiny particle of brain covering of a normal person. Epilepsy causes an easily detected reaction on tbe combined solution, while other brain disturbances are detected by a similar process, using other materials In tbe same way. Saturday Evening Post. Address all orders to . THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads 1313 Starck Bide.. CHICAGO We are Shipping Whiskey to i A I The Ambiguous Phonetic, Phonetic spelling has many recommendations, but if you spell by speech and ear you may print umblguously. Deliveries made promptly mail us your orders. Prices furnished on anything in the liquor line. The barrel given away for Instance, Mr. Escott, in bis "Club Makers und Club Members," gives the wlfe.-L- lfe. last Christmas went to Ohio county. Wo are giving another history of White's club "till It reached one away now very shortly. Every quart you buy here either Its present proprietor and analyst" in person or by mail for cash, gets a chance on this barrel. If Something Explained. Now "annalist" and "analyst" are proyou have the lucky number you can cash it for $G5.00 The Church-Wh- at, do you think I .This nounced alike, but prlutng would lose paper says more chances you get, the more likely you are to get the barrel. that women speud 00 per In clearness If they wero spelled alike. cent of $10,000,000,000 annually In the -- London Standard. P, R, LHNGflSTER & CO,, Owensuoro, Ky, United States for food, clothing nud shelter. Gotham Now do you wonder Stone Age Love Letters. Distributors of "Old Quality," "Premier Pure," whut becomes of your pay envelope? "What do you sunnoso n re loot ml Youkers Statesman. "Old W. S. Stone." suitor did In the stone uge wheu it Z youug woman sent back all bis love One on the Teacher. letters?" "If he was a sensible sort of fellow at Esther, returning from her first day school, was asked by her mother. be probably built a house with them "How do you like school?" nnd put uuotber wouiuu lu It" "Oh, school Is very nice, but 1 don't OVER 6S YEARS' Sun. Buckbec's "Full ol Life" Northern CrotM EXPERIENCE think my teacher knows very much. Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol 3S vearaoal She could" not read my writing." Inlucccssful seed growing behind lacm. It pays la Right In His Line. slant the best. Judge (to man arrested for drunken dianapolis News. Seasonable Specialties: ness) What Is your business? BBANS Pri. Earliest Red Valentine . , J3.50 Bushel After Thirty. your tiouur. Judge . KciuKee uxira tuny jj.jj nusnet "I never saw my daughter economical New btrlngless Greni Pod . $3.70 Bushel Ah. I'll Mind you to tbe house of Wardwell'a Imp. Kidney Wax fa.jo Bushel but once." Tradc Marks correction Transcript avavis new nwit wax . M.7S nusnei rsraiANa "How ilia that happen?" Carrie's Rust rrool Wax ti.50 Bushel a "She was buying caudles for ber PBA8 wueiniun w f 1 1 I ,1 Prepared. uniting a sketeta and description may Extra Early Alaska . . Bushel Anyone Post New Early Gradus auloklr ascertain our opinion twiiviusri 5 50 Bushel "I don't know what would happen If birthday cake."-PlttsbiiiTomlftn Is probably ptntbliCtonimunle. liorsford'a Market Garden t.o Bushel HAJOMOif on I'atenu I died suddenly." ttonastrlcllBmudciUfl. for Buckbee's Lightning Express $5.00 Sushi OMesi ueucy ascuriuatents. cent t res. A Zoological Break. "Well, I've got my black silk dress." l'ateuta tsJ.un tnroush Huna ft to. rccolrs Lattuca. sUauk, Tomato and a full line a ssirtaiiwcke, "Knout uLsrsje, lathe Teacher Tommy, what is a boomerseeds. Plants and Bulb at lowest growing- - pricaa. Manchester Union. Send (or complete catalogue or submit a list a! ang? Tommy I describe It exSckiMinc four requirements and wlllquote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. A nan without, ambition Is like a actly, but I know It bas n short tall vMkly. raraaat rir A Mndsoraclr lllastratad Write today. Mention this paper. ctttauLn of any .elanUflo l'lurnaJ, Tern... tj a and.c&n climb trees. Birmingham broken bank-- all building and no ' Par I four cnonttia, L. AM kf ntvadaalerb Now--Eve- ry Ky. Right Day for originality and distinction try being lucid. There Is nothing quite like it: "Permit me to thank you for your lucid exposition of it matters not what the subject What is It to, be lucid? It Is to write (something which tbe man who, compliments you because you have been lucid about It agrees with. No one who disagrees with you 'ever called you lucid. No woman ever referred to her husband as a lucid husband. No man ever called his wife a lucid If you Being Lucid. wUh to achieve a reputation Noteheads Envelopes i Statements t : t ' Cards And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. t : stvl-l.li- lr SEEDS ... ti-s- Bui-tluio- aUCUHtE'S aULBS SUCCEED. 1 BULBS !, ijTjnjra jbiuv v. oner-Proofre- ader, JmUi aws."uJua JllSfifS f .IMS, SprtM lurtUL III.. UrMU bl. IMllM, limU, .l TiOlr,rwnt TallhTulvM ?wt an SWmu. ... HJ I f .m sas. iujwi moftfiv ' a.-- t. ref. turned. you a permanent cm.- - ' 'trial will t r inmtf. fcUtUf motion siiaxanU)t)d or sour ' 'Mad to halM Naw HasUess. i.1 r.SPCCIAL OFFER.' and Keep iai Style by Reading McCalr. Magazine and Uiing lMcCall Patters Midi's Matsila.nlll MACAU'S MAGAZINE litll jiu. Uri" ul a u.iiiVrste c.icu!.iy Looping i o.st oil on ilu iu IjU-H I Ladies! Sve Moaey r.lbf Ttilt. UUU niU.. v UlTAlllN-rEKWrls to-d- 4HM Tm PLKAKK Mtmllom urgh I .1 I SWUIHIMi Antrkaii. UuMk I WUMIH. 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' to Ki.iko In roar will cnnlilo r urilxi or stud tii t :.. W- - " WAH SPORTING NEWS The Fact Remains . peddlers of alum baking powders, no juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p any kind, can change the fact that '"'"..No amount i.. AM" of misrepresentation by the Royal Baking Powder .w has been found by the official examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, purity and vvholesomeness. free from alum, and of absolute Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. appearance as compred with tlioso of other In .the Federal army iitul WILLA, NAPOLEAN comaiids. They are all armed with nr 5ilih-non dim. Mono, r r!fl ... ...-- ... (.-.- w OF MEXICO Remingtons, mey are now carry. hundred roui.ids of ing eo fjo have and Villa claims thlrty-flv- o of the most modem Organizer of Men guns. But the mo3t startling revelation Brave as Lion. In dun roirant 0:1 the condition of Villa's forcos is the excellent system for supplying Jus troops which lias Gen. vnia uu not All Elements Against been organised. Culd Unite uegiocrfxi uie smallest, ueuii 111 hum respect, which is euwre'y a new tea. The United States If He ture of a Mexican iuil.tary force. He Desired. even iius a watr train, so tlmt dur- ' lug the Torreon campaign JiU troops with were constantly suppLed Whle NaiiOlooon of Mexico Is the tl- - ter while on the lining line. upon Gen. Villa by an the FiUeral.sts were dropping vtlth He bestowed lieat, army officer whohas boon wd.tch.mg exhaustion with ttlie extreme develpmoents In Nortn-r- n' Gen- - Vi.ila's troops were fresh and the militeary vigorous. Mexico. This army pfioer the battle of Torrcpn,and he The medical corps of Vljla's annuCoughed forThreo Years. uia.de a co.nfcdca.tial report to the ls in command of Col. Dr- - "Andrs J'I am a loer of your godsend to regarded Villaroial, graduate ,yi)Ia is of the Johns war dejvalrtjneiit. humanity nnd science-- Your medicine, l)y those who have jwatched his op- Hopkins University. Under his comDr. King's Now Discovery, cured my judge mand there is a hospital train, with erations and are competent to cough of three years standing," sajs as a greater military commander than a capacity of talcing care of 1,400 Jennie Flcmmlng, of New Dpver, Ohio In wouudtU soldiers for forty days. the elder D.ni- Have you an annoying cough? Is it According to this confidential re- the train Js a complete f je!id hospital stubborn ar.ll won't yield to treatport, never before in the history of of the most modern type, and tt is ment? Get a COc. bottlo or Dr. King's Mexico, tjio Army and Navy Jour- manned by a splendid coris of trainNow Discovery What it did n nal siys, Jiua there been h.n army so ed nurses- - After the 'battle of for Jennie Flcmmlng It will do for asked the Fitleral commander splendidly equipped und so well orou, no master how stubborn or the dead und ganized as that which is under the for a truce to buny LINE UP. chronic a cougli may be- - It stops a take care of the wounded, but Villa Hartford command of Villa. , Nelson. cough and stops throat ar.U lung As n result of this report and oth- replied that ho had no woiufclod that Turey, 1st b. MUligan, 2rd b- :(rouble. Relief or money back. COc. VuJ- Every soldier of ers thatt have been recietved ut tlie needed care. Evorly, s. s. Cuudiff, 2nd b. and $1.00, at your Druggist. war department, tho movements or la s army tnat uau nat.vn nvas on ljiu Taylor, 1. f- Bucklen's Arnica Sahe for Pimples'- Reneer.'lst b. the ConstittftonaJi&ts' military lead- -' hospital train when the engagement Barn:tt, c. f. GaiTftt, 2nd b. "Revival Services. cr are (being c'osoly observe)!. In had closed. McDougal, 1. f. Blankcnsh p. c. ihe event of JiosUI.ilcs, it is gen-- j ' Gen. Villa has been able to keep Plummetr, r. f. HeDlrJcks, Wo will begin a revival services orally recoguizod, itho army and muvy the war dopailiment authorities In Garret, D. p. 3rd b- at Ccutcrtown, Sunday, June 7th. Journalist continues, that Villa will the dark as to tjie exact strong! of Wi!l.anis,Elgin, s. s.Grlggs, c. f. Everybody kindly luvjtcd to aftond. make the moat stubborn rcs'stance j, army. There Is an impression Rickard, p. Garret, H r- - f. Alexai.Uer Royster, Pastor. to the American forcos of any of the that ho lias at least 16,000 cqulppdl Owensboro Optical House. Mexican commanders. and armed in the manner described Inn:ng'3 .1 2 3 4 3 6 7 S- - 9 T- In commenting on Nelson Villa is ascribed as a spVadld by the report. 0 Hartord, Ky Nov. 1. I have used It the Constitutionalist military chief-ta- Hartford organiztr aud u ibold Icxjler. 0 0 0 10 0 0 1 X 2 'lasses mado by R. C. Hardwick's would not be surprising o the, mom-lieo Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my the report says: staff if Vllia, of the general satisfaction. His house and maHe "Vijla is a military geniusNOTES OF THE GAMESt-Ever- ly would avoid an eneugementi with any takes a position in .battle slightly in for makine lenses are the puled off someclassy stunts chinery forces of American the rear of tho center of the firing of the strong and robbed tlief locals most complete in tho State, and he around short " employs none but experienced workiropjra on the border.suddenly crass line. Fromtliis pos.ttou he watches p several hits. dasji in)p Texas. Uo firng IU10 closely, and whenever men. C. M. BARNETT. Rio Grarida-an- d the m would set It begins to waver ho encourages bis Such a boJU movement tg Tlie ?ocels last run was due Worse Than War. on fire with enthusiasm and men, f;rst ,by kiul an4 gentle words Mexico Elgin marched all the way luck. War with Mexico would cost us make Lt poasbje for the (Mexican of coniatad. f iils Is not ef- round on passed balls. $1,000,000 a day- - But we liave a worse an immon&e fective ho rushes at J,hem lke u tlgr .comanders to ralo war atUl pn our hands that is costVilla ami curses thorn. Ho has a wonderOf course, force of troajisElgin got in tlie gamq Just in time ing us far moro than $1,00,000 a would not attempt to hold any part ful personality that appeals U che to score the winning run and assist tho Democratic Free-Tnfiof Texas, but after plundering the Mexican soldiers. His bravery canin, a fast double play. Tar if has cost us in los3 of valuations cities would return to Mexico with not be doubted ihe is a veritable over $10,000,000,000, und over 3,000.-00- 0 hils ;oot aud rally to Juis Btundaitl tiger when aroused." game was iplayctl in Saturday's unwnployed are losing at Jeast .the entire Mexican popujaton. Gen Villa goes utter the wai4 aJme less than an hour 'and thirty min$3,000,000 a day In wages. War may In Ws campaign ground Torreon like eeasonud and well trained sol- utes. bo Holl," as Sherman said, but Free Villa depended pruncija'ly on nigiit dier. Every morning at 10 o'clock Trade Is wnse than war. It brings attacks. Ho generally began his generals. he balls u council of his Umpire Everly gave entire fejitlsfac-tloidlenessjoverfcy, suffering tynd doathi about 4 o'clock. Just, long TliesQ councils are conducted in a H9 was a Jlttjlo off on two iu at'ilitlon to money losses. enough boforo' dark to laaato his ene- businesslike manner dcelsiqns. and orderly Ono In favor of each my. Ho would then brikg Jiis urtil-Jir- y Vllu listens cart'fnijy fp the roports sldo Business Opportunity. into action wild draw out tho and suggestions cf his goneruls. At loIjro from tho Federalists uill Wanted partner with $000 in tho conclusion lie outlines tho camHartford lost to Equality atCen-tcrtow- n cate thtir iiiio mid tlio general county right proposition. paign for titq d.jy und for tho night Sunday in a hard fought cf Uitr troops. Full investiaa .veil, and his subordinates uro de game- - Several of thoir regular hjdv'm Splendid possibilities. Then aftr dark ha would order pended upon to carry it out. Tho were out and a now pitcher was on gation. Address W. S. 308 Ills Bldg., Louisville, Ky. infantrr forward to tuko tho officers and en'istcd men have nti- - tho mouiiJ. Tito score iwas 9 to 6. oiiomy's works. In order to Insure 2anlk1 fulUl ,n ,1S leadership, und Master Commissioner's Sale. biiccesslul uiuvoniout of h.'s tnooio !ii'Hl0y tuluk tJiat tJley utH) serving un-- n Equality and Hartford wljil try It night utlack Villa has a system of Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. In tho out r tUo Mexcan Nap0ou. again ut tilie local Ida for every 0Vjjat ot war Ul0 mvdlctj0 Js nujje grounds, when soMJert mariclns A- - D. Parks, ot al., Plallutiff. to Hartford hopes night's batUc. One night they will tJut vu,a wouJd becomo ftm odn,. even up itho score. vs. up tho right Bldos mandop.JjI.cjljtf cf t)io uiUted Jloxl- bo ordertH to turn C. M. Barnett, Gdn- - ot al, Defendant. uo CMl forcea. n0 j8 fearoa 01 iiioir iia.i tuui tinaoiT nigui By virtuo of a Judgment and order Well as $100 $100 joll up.thear Kiowco. In the final ,Ucnoml juroughout Mexlcoand it Is The readers Reward,paper will ba of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, renof thla pleased und bollovo vIy least one charge upon Torroau oto'i-- s dictator of dreaded to learn that there Is athas been dered at the April Term, 1914, In the dlaeaso that science men wont wiui uieir,thQ QUtlro cuuritvVi able to cure In all Its staRes, and that Is above causo for thq sum of $630, with inu nauie Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only interest at tho rato of G per cont HlL'CVtB ruueu 1141 vu uivu uiuuna, Jiosttlve cure now known ato the medical Catarrh being constitutional per His troojw aro tnalued in tho uso mini from the 20th day requires a constitutional treatKentucky State Fair, Louis- disease, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in- uary,mi1914, until paid, und thy. of 'Jan or dynamfto bombs. Some of ithcra ment. further ternally, acting- directly upon the blood Xeathtr slingi, ville, Ky.f Sept. 14-11914. aro equipvd witli costs herein, I .will offer for sale by and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disivltli which tbey ore able to hurl ease, and giving the patient strength by Public Auction nt tho court bouse bombs a dlstnco of from throo to lndigotlon? Can't Eat? No building up the constitution and assisting door In Jlurtford, on .Monday,- the 1st nature In doing Its work. The proprietors Appetite? tour huudrti toot. .With dyiiainito day of June, 1914, about ono o'clock have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars p. bombs on a liiuuber of oocaslous a A treatment of Ktoctrlc Bitters In- for any case that It falls to cure. Send in., upon a credit' of six months, junall doUichmont of Vll'ti'a trvoiia creases jtiur appetite; stojw (ndlges-tlot- v for list of testimonials. the following described property, to- Addrtui F. J. CHENET ft CO, Toledo, O. you can eat ovco'thlug. A Bold by all Drusgliti. Ttc. were known to have routed an ontWvo wit. Take Hill's Family rills for constipation. enomy. of thp real spring tonic for liver, kidney In A certain town lot situated Accordliijy th0 report, VV.1'1 aud stomach troubko. Ckauses your Rockport, Ohio county, Kontuckyand A Subterranean Cavern of Gold beea BOfm nJ.oig tho border and com-ilio- whole system und you feql fine. described us follows: Beginning ut o HiutU'u conunand at mid JU'ur Iiltters did moro for Mr. T. D- - It would take a niiiHi train sixty the. corner of tho Rockport Raal Vera Crux- - ilia entire force ha3 l'eoble's trtoiuach troubles than anv miles Jong to curry In silver Hollars Co.. lot No. 1, block No- - 3. N. l)t-.rounutJr 'clotjied with uiolrouliniKllcine be ever tried. Get a bottle the Income from the'Gunn Pool for , with streott CO feet; thence W. with uniform, uw urfdercjothce, oocks today. GOc. and fl.00. at our Drug-un- d tho past bix .years. laid in & 'row Rices 11UC182 feet, to Walnut strnotf 'VVoi firo arjsdocratio In gCi. ttw Sinie would rrach from Nvw York thvuee South with Walnut gtreei fiO or t'--arau-n.tlon, nia-cUl- no latural wit-:ncs- stl Tor-rQO- HARTFORD DEFEATS NBI.SON. Batting fiercely the Noison"' team went down in defeat nt the "fliaiuu 'of tho locals Saturday nt East Eil Tark by thd close score df 2 to' 1. Tho gamowasa beauty from start to finish nnd It was only afi'.er n vacant atrugglo that our team camo, ou( Lho victors. Good fleldiig and Bcjtsatilou-n- l fielding kept down lio Bcorc and for many Innings Jt Jookod like another shut out for Hartford, Rickard was on tho mound for the Blue Socks witji BlauKonshlp doing tho reco Garret aud Hendricks f.vcro seeded Jo 'Jo tho heavy "work for Nelson. Bot.i pitclicrs porforar.ed in great stle and with brl'uuit support it was thoir battle. Two hits was the total fallow ed by Garrot wlil'c R ychleil but four- - Ono of the iwo licks isecurotl of Carrott, iby Cu.i-d- .f Ju tho first, was of tho scratch varcty and had Ct not taken u bad bound would have ibeen fielded by Ever y. The scor.ng started this way. In the fourth Inning, with the bass unoccupied, BluukonslLip sloped up 'W tho plate with a solemn uud determined express on. After delivering onu or two to the b'g follow's liking. There was a mighty swing, a keen report and tho pellet shot upward and onwa.1i until it rested peacefully some near the L. & N. ra'lroad where tracks. It was a beauty drvve and cleared tho left fence by foot. by He was given a great ovation the fans and deserved tt- - This was tho first run and fr somotlmo looked like the only one. Along about Uic seventh, however, the visitors cased one across on two lilts and some hard luck thus evening up tJie ucorc. The fans settled back In thoir peats expectaig extra innings a3 both pjteh-er- s .were going, goftd ,aud sluggers wcio being But the retired In order. eighth The first started tilings. man up for Nelson was safe at first. Elgin was put on second a:l Cuudlff at short. The batter marked a liot ono to the Jatticr, bo gathered Jt up quickly, tossed to Elgin,' vlio in turned heaved to first completing a neat double. This took some of the the spirit from Uyo visitors and rest was easy. In the local's half Elgin fanned, but beat it, out to first, stole secon'd and scored on passed balls bringing in the .winpJg tally for .i.s team- ck-a- rd . to San Francisco, or Uioy iwrm'-- ninko a pile 250 miles high. Tho fabled wealth of Croesus fades iCo luslgnlfjcniico besldo Uiosq cold blooded government figures; 122 million klollars un six years from a lutoh of ground ahout four miles squaro Mlllonnlrcs wero mado oor night, so to speak. A fow miles from tho heart of Glenn Pool, itwo wells liavo In tho past taw dajis set oil men ou firo wilth tbo that a now cxtoii3:on of this wonpool .has been discovered. derful Derricks aro rising ltko ntaglc forost and with feverish haste nion are push ins to soo who will got the no.xt big (ha-L'- cf mn1 muyi ,t --- . wi ii 1 iM ,. ,V Bank (he balance. The difference between He Ford cost and heavy car cost is "velvet" for the ptudent buyer. knows the Ford not woll. only saves him dollars but serves him best. With n Inrgq acreage lying botween thcac two rcuiarkablo wells and o,no of tliein on tlu-esides nil! with tho crews stralu.ng ovory ncrvo o take a lig prize by ntiiiK their well In first, tho Gri.at Western Petroleum Company stands to w.n. Furthtr, they nro in n lino betweeli tho wonderful Glo:un Pool aud tho recent!discovered C'usalng Deep Saml Pool in the sanio county, winch is tho most electrifying fact in Mie Amcr! can oil industry for yoars. .Men thought they bad exauste'd tho Cushlng field but by chan.ee they struck a deeper siuid and behold, now gushers whose prcducion Juis outdone tho dreams of avarice. Oklahoma pr.Juccd 15 .per cent of tho world's oil m 1912. Only ene (for eign country produced more. Her In crease In seven years was over '4000 per cent- - She probably produced one-tjilof tho world's "rcfuvnig crude" (or high gnUo oil fit to ref.nc) during t'o frst three months of 1914. But the Oklahoma Oil s.tuatlon is beyond description in these few lines. Thcao who are interested are Invited to address Mr. B. J. Waugh, Sales Manager of tho Great Western Petroleum Company, Box 357, Tulsa, Oklahoma, who WjII gladly furnish additional nformation along tit's and o'.li-lines connected ,wtith the wonderful oppprtunlty in Oklahoma Oil- o rd er It's a'better car sold at a lower price. Fivo hundred dollars is tho prico of tho Ford runabout; the touring car Is live fifty; the town car seven fifty f. o. h. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog nnd particulars from BARNES AUTOMOBILE (INCORPORATED) CO CENTRAL CITY, KY. ) - LOOK HERE! i Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons. Buggies, Cultiva- tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. Don't forget that we can furnish you the best binder on the market. Come and contract with us, so we can have the machine here in time so there will be no delay when the time comes to use them. Buy your implements, from the dealer that has practical experience and knows the implements to select. to-da- y. WILLIAMS & MILLER, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. feet; thenc0 East with Rockport. Real Estate Co.'s line RJ2 feet to the beginning nnd being sanio properly conveyed to Henry Miller aid wlfo Co., by tho Rockport Real EstatQ which deed Is of record in tho Ohio County Clerk's office, deed book No. 39, iago 398, or sufficient thereof to produce the Bums of money dl t n, 0000010 01 ns cn-tlr- - Jit - O n. &- - Inter-SouUj-o- rn 9, - se ic Es-tut- ?oi. dato of ded Dec. 7, 1905. C. R. Riley to Jared & Sam .Williams, date of 'deed May 9, 1903. Louis Rogers to Charles Blanch-ardate of deed April 15, 1901. Martha J. Ross to A. L. Wlthrow, date of deed April 30, 1900. Katie Boll ParlB to W. W. Park, dato of deed April 26, 1902. y. B. Morton to J. H. Igleheart, to bo mado.- purchaser will be required to dato of deed Oct. 27, 1906. The lyy 'WHUanM MeKinloy tq Cyru execute bond wllh approved securiato of deed Oot. W. Williams ty Immediately after sale. 14. 1910. This 12th day of 'May, 1914. J ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD. J. H. Morris to Warren Boyd, date ot deed Dec. 15, 1909. Master Comtnlsuloner. 44t3 Heavrin & Kirk, Atitys- Sam Williams to Jared Williams, dato of Weed Oct. 3. 1903. Keep Bowel Movement W. H. Venorablo to Clias. Davis, Regular. v dato of deed April 1, 1908, J. P. .Wilson to Grant Pollard, date Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills keep deod Dec. 30. 1D05. stomach, liver and kldnojB in heal- of Alvln Rowo to W. C. Knott, 'dato thy condition Rid tho body of poisof deed March 2, 1912. ons arid waste. Improve your comA. B. Porter to Ollco Everly, dato plexion by flushing tho liver and y- of deed April 15, 1912. , kidneys. "I got moro relief from ono M. L. Phlpps to W. C. Knott, date box of Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills of deed May 9, 1912. tllian anv nicdjclno 1 over tried," says Ola Porter to Walter Knott, date C. E. Hatfield, of Chicago, III. 25c, ot deoj) .Jan. 10, 1912. .your Druglst. at AlvinRowe to Ola Porter, dato of deed April 12, 1910. s Unrecorded Deeds. J. P. Stevens to F. O. Patton, dato .Tho following is a list ot Deeds ot deed April 2, 1913. A. F. Graham to II. J. Odd, dato from Jan. 1st, 1900, to date that aro of deed March 2, 1914. ofhold In tho Ohio County CJork's N. G. Patton to F. Q. Patton, fice aiul aro unrecorded: date ot deed March C, 1914. AmWcr Chick, to W. B. Martin, dato of deed, Oot, 1C, 1901. . S. P. Fulkcrbon to H. P. Taylor, J. W. Chancellor to N. M. Chan Power of Attorney, May 15, 1913. cellor, date of deed March 18, 1907. J.B. TIchenor itoM. G. Snell, T. A. Evans to HeBter J. Farmer, date pf deitf Nov. 13, 1911. dato ot dead Nov. 2, 1905. J. D. Tucker to L. P. Dabnoy, dato Mary B. Hardin to Richard Wells, of deed Dec. 0, 1913. B. A. Greer to Maggie- - Royal, dato date ot deed, Jan. 4, 1901. Reld, Hadon & Co. to h. O. Wil of deed Dec. 29, 1911. liams, date of 'deed May 14. 1900,. W. H. Mooro to E.- Crabtreo, klato Rowan Holbrook ot al., to C. P. ot deed June 27, 1912. Koown, dato ot deed June 29, 1910. C. W. Whltlqr to Grant Pollard, A. N. Erabry to Mary B. Pitman, date of dead Nov. 12, 1912. Under tho Kentucky Statutes an date ot deed Doc. 13, 1907. W. M. Livers to Stephen Brown, unrecorded deed Is worthless and your UUq to land may be questioned ntt . date of deed Fob. 10. 1902. . Jacob Jackson ot al., to Trustees any tlmo. Besides ou cannot 11384" tltlr It you should desire to wJl withElk Chapel Church Aug. 22, 1900. W. L. Sbultz to Mabel Herrel, date out vour deed lis recorded. Attend to this without delay if your name up of deed March 27, 1911. . Mabel Herrel to V. 1j. flhulU, date pears on this llt. . or detti March 27, 1911. W. C. 1JLANKBNS1HP, T. A. Raland to T. W. Ragland. Cletft Ohio County Court. ' d, . i J 1 .:. s .fertJte.. .;, . j.j. At. . t ..