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SWEEPS ROCKPORT true deliverer would bo a rwhlta man, coming out of tho North, powerful but kind, who should strike off their shackles and deliver them from their terrors- Doomed "b die, Fine Job Work. VOL. XXVI. ROOSEVELT ON WILSON DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY FBIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914. tho good citizen who wish clean hhd efflclont gocrnnient, no nvatner what their party afflllaiou may be, are a growing b.tterly indignant with system which provides for the seesaw of ho Murphy atfl Harm's machines In the governmuct of tills State. "Thera la not a: SUito in winch the ovils of bipartisan boss rule are more concretely i'liisirated than right here. Under such rule lit is ntasoutoly to get; decent aud effective government. It Is impossible to secure fair trci June for tho lionost business man, for )tju) honest .wage earner or for the honest fanner. From Uw canals and highways down wards each branch of the government has beeu udmlnlBtertfl primtatnjy; with a vjew to tlio political advalutagc, and often WufSi a vlow to the personal enrichment of different political loaders. No advantage whatever to tho people at large can possibly come by keeping this system and substituting under bosses to Mr. Barnes for under-boise- s of Mr. Murphy a)t the bcneficaries of tlio system. I believe tlio jLimo has come to clean house In SEVERE STORM Breaks Silence Before Sails for Spain. He Declares Tariff and Trust Issues Bungled Pinch of Poverty Felt Everywhere. New York, May 30. Fullure of tho Wilson Administration to handlo o.th-e- r tho trust or the tariff question was cunfcgcd by Col. Roosevelt In a Htatisinout Jio left behind Mm for publication after hia doarture for .Europs. "Tim cost of living has not been Not tlu) ullgost pros-e- ss reduced. lias been nuxde In bo1vuib '.jhu trust Question," lie said-Am- i again: "It has been shown that the reduction ct .the tariff In no shape or way helps toward hlu solution. The economic conditions are. sucli that buslucss Is in JeoiiaiUy and that the small business mai, the tanner and the Industrial wage worker, are all suffering because pf Uiese coifdl-Uons-- ttiy ." Col. Jtooscvelt staid ho would put In his hardest work of the campaign la Now York State, "I bol.'evo tlio time has come to houso In New York," ho de- clared. Ilq assailed the "Murphy and Burnt machines," but nvule no reference to the tentative plan of liho Prognusio leaders for lnlorsement of tho Republican uommco in this State, prov.ded ho meets tlielr This ia the statement: a "Since my return from South Am-friI have reeoivP hundreds of telegrams and letters from till ovrr the country rwijuestlns Btujioiiiciita from mo on the iiotcal h tuntion. j) It bus been utterly impossible to coiumunlcaUoiis, f:rst, to these because of tlio lack of Utile, and second, bocaubo It must bu romunibcred th:V ' J,avo beon out ot lle country for nearly pight months and hao bt.en home only ten days and therefore have not been able U acquire the nectssary Information that wjll enable mq to respond Intelligently to Jiumy of tho Inquiries nvado of me. "When 1 return from abroiuu, I .shall at, once takp up actively Uio pollV-ca- J situation. It goes without saying that I intend to the utmos of my ability to do all .that I can for the priuclpkls for which I have, contended and for the men thruout tyo country who Jiave stood po valiantly in the fight that; tjio Progressive party Js waging and has waged for these principles. "Thero Is widespread apprejiQaslon among our people- - Tho pinch of poverty js felt in many a household. Wo can not Iguoro Uie conditions which have brought about this stato of things. The cost of living lias not been rclluced. Not the sljglolost progress has been mailo )n solving tho trust question. It Wa-'- been shown that tlio reduction of tlio to riff in no shupo or way lielps towards tijiis solution. Tho economic conditions nro bucIi that business Js in Jeopardy a nil that tho small business man, the fanner and tlie industrial, wogo (worker, are all suffering because of theso conditions- The truth Blmply Jj tluat tlio only wise and eano propositions, tlio only propositions which ropnesaiiit at constructive, governmental, nrogrcs-slvlsami a resolute purpose to secure good results Instead of flue phrases, wore tho principles enunciate in liie Progressive platform in conuocLon with tho trusts and tho tariff alike. Our politics .would have Bocurcli the. paaallng around of prosperity ami oilso the extatjracu of a sufjejent umount of prosperity to bo passed urouud. Turnout iJjm country all I fan do to oniphaslsu) I huso facta will bo 'done. A. "Uttt I believe that' UUks fall my chkf duty lies ritljt hero in the State of New York. I doubt whether there is " Bloe in the Union that shows more conclusively thuu thin Uye the dreadful evil of tu two-bosystem in political life. Tho ptlo-pi- e pf this State, tie honest peoplo- ca re-jim ss clrn Vahlngton. May 30. Tho widows of GiVdl War soldiers In Kentucky, of whom there are u Jorge number, will be Interested in learning t!ia''j Consre&s Js in a, fair way to .pass legislation which ivlll put on itiie pension rolto all Civil War soldiers) Wiidows, whether the marriage took place prior to Juno 27, 1890, or subsequent to that Uate. At present no widow of a: Civil Way veteran is entitled to a pension If the marriage to tho soldier occurred since the passago of the. act of Juno 27, 1890. Tho legislation under which It is propose! to extend this law so an to make it apply to all Civil War widows, Now York- regardless of llaJ.e of marriage, t.vas "And I .believe that all right-- ' ditfted by Senator Shlvley, of Inminded people ought to aft together, diana chairman of tho Senate Comwithout ngard to thejr ordinary party mittee on Pensions, and it hafs been differences, In a determined effort Incorporated in a bill which has pa&3- to accomplish tills task anil to de- - iwl thi MniiP tr nonainn wirloti's nJld stroy (Jio majgln and toaleful influence llnor and heploM Qmna of of. of bofi the Darncs niacliino nnd the fleers and enlisted men who served Muridiy niachuie In this State." during lie wax with Spalu or tho Philippine Insurrection. Death Calls W. R. Belknap. The amciUed bill has been reported IuIsvUlc Ky.. Juno 1. WUIihm favorably by Senator Shlvely out ot R- - Belknap, chairman of the board the Pensions Committee 'Into the Senof dlrocto-- s ot he Belknap Hard- ate. Tho patrt relating to widows of ware and Manufacturing company, Civil War soldiers follows: Longvlow, died at lUs rosHence at "Section 2. That If any officer, or in tlio upper River road, latj 12 enlisted man who Berved ninety days o'clock Since early May or more hi the army or na)vy of tho 2nd, tho pending physicians, whllo United Sli.Ua during the late. Civil recovery, believed Jioiwful for W War and who has beeu (honorably disLjo could not survive; charged therefrom had dlod, or shall JJrs. Morris' Belknap, widow of hereafter die, leaving a widow, such the lte Col. MorrLs Jiclkiuvp, a widow shall, upon due proof of her bro'.ier of Mr. Belknap, and her husband's death, without proving his daughter who wore 'in dort h to be the rcBu'l pf life nrmy or and. Mrs. Forbes llawkcs navy u service, be placnruion (he woro summoned to L.ou svl'lo bot-er- al roll from tho date of the filing etiks ago, aud nearCy ml other of tlc application therefor uuder her mmebers of the fuiully were ut tho I widowhood. Provided Baa widow beside. TJio spiritual adver of shall have marr.cd that soldier or eal man, the Rev. Dr- - Aqullla the sick and sailor pr!cr to The Webb was at the Belknap homo Wr-l- y cf .Hi Is act, uud tiio benefits tonight. of this section shall include those At .that time it was stated that widows whoBo husbands, if living, on'y slight hopes that Mr. Bo&ii wcutl h'ivo status una would live through the uJght wroe der tlie Jo;nt resoluUous of February Bolkuap's doatli 15, 1895, July 1, 1902 Mr. enterUiined. and June 28, was atitributed to a general collilvse 1906." , of hia lvliyslcal powers, suffered a The deparnqnt of interior fow we.ekg ago- tlutt the coat of paying pensions at the customary rufy of $12 a Moosers Outline Program. to tho wldowB who would be Oyster Bay, N. Y., May 28 The month admitted to tie iension rolls under program of tho Progressive party in this Shlvely amendment would (be the campaign this full, as outllncll abomi $5,000,000 a yvar. In u letter thus far, is understood to be us folto Senator Shlvely, which ho has lows: to the Senate, thft Deiihtnient first No amalgamation wlh the says: Republican party, as such. "Section 2 of the bill as ombody-in- g Second Fusion tickets In cases In the material amendment favored which candidates who accept tho by your committee proposes in effect policies the ProgresBivB are o .... ma. nominated where the naming of two 2? to-nigiksii-s.oap-lio- ul pcns-onablosti-mat- qs Cm K Throe-ln'sl- snco ?t d1Ptloa 'ou,d on polteJcp rather iv " case of widows of soldiers and sailors .. Qf 0Jvi, WftV &llltm tQ 13 belloved that the number to probable indorianont of itu Jtepubllc-a- n "It bo benefited, bhould such amendutory candidate for Qovennor, prorfdcfl provision become a lc(w, would bo not ho ts man personally acceptable to loss than 35,000 aid this number, add the Progressives and (s wiCllng to m fn Tiik v lift tliu ml.i ttrnulOfl. aPProve.Uto,r platform uuequivcdilly. I ttouW luyoJvo m adduJona, exp0l. " 'dlturp on accou.vt ot pensions of about 'I . , coiunut himself publ a tonight io 'm this program It was learned from uu excellent sjurce that the Progross.vo Mayo Estate Shows Shrinkage. Itaders had vJrtu'iy dedcd to tU-o- jt Lexington, Ky., Juno 2. Tliough toaativoIy tlie for.jolng pjau of hor liusabnd's ostajp slia.v a shrink' actionago from an estimated cash value of "" '$5,000,000 to about JIO00.000, Mr3. l" Hunter in Race for U. S. Senator. j0im Ma,yo, ot Pamtsviiie, to- In an In'jerviaw given out In Louis- - day became tne mfst prominent Jjus-vllMaUday nigli Dr. W. Godfrey Him- - iness woman iu tho Sou'ii, wheu It tor, ot Han-'ocounty, forma'ly tin- - became known she iwilil take a place nouncal as an entrant in the coming on tho directorates ot the great Primary for tho Repu'-lcahold (by (her velopmont companUjs nomination for the United States Sen- - liuatvml. .Tho estate controls vast ator for tlie long tonm to succecU t)m holdJufs la coal lands, all eattmat-lut- e W. O. Brad'ey, Tho nuouncoruent ed to bo worth $20,000,000. of Dr. Hunter has bjeu oxpeced for i Mrs. Mayo Ja Uiorouglvly famlMar somp weeks- wltli her husband's pana tor busings Dr. Hunter has an active career In anja plillanthropy- Colleges 111J be Kentucky politico, nud earned the endowed and Kovcral churches built, soriqui't of "Oumshoo." He served a3 and, bosldes, many children iwho Congressman from tho third and wore oared for by Mr. .Mayo will be K.'oveuth Utetricta and was Mrnlstr to under licr care. Mrs. Mayo, by tho He was Uis Rpulkau will filed jvstenday, was made exo- Hondun. caucus nominee for United autns Son- - cu'irix pf tho entire estate, wi'.Uiout ator Jn 1896, but wt,i datei-- by his bond- - She wijl contjuue tp rt3de own party afttr a memorial deadlock, iu PaluUvJlk. I .hmu tw.b 4iifcitt;p, Uliu Uli umubiui moving f onward of such to consolidate in every State tho vot- r4hfr the ilsf.e to tlio uatQ on approve Df the principles of bar from tluit ers iwho which tho UL11 slmll Jiavo becoiuo a Uie Progressive parity. law- Fourth In Now York Stato the I uudw pr ': - cc lo n they say they arc, Kills Young Man and Injures and their days ore numbered. But In the arras of the white cJnanoIpaTfTr Others House Overturned, from the North they will pass aKvy Dying Wish of Senator Was lnjcace, as his equals. Brick Crush Skull. Always and ever the old Indians oro For Roosevelt for 1916. seeking tho book of Itzama, which. triUJUon has it, was hidden away by A sovcre storm swept Itockport, th s n,thegro.T)t,Quantliomo, brother of tho Close Friend Promised to Carry county, Monday evening k lUnp Emperor Montezuma before ms tor and injuring others.. Lionet Bcqwnybg- - ture by Hho Spanish Its to prevent Request to Oyster Bay od 15, ,scn of Mr-- and Mrs. Jake falling into the hands of Cortez. Brown, who live a short distance out) Would Unite Party. iJ of Rockport, was the unfortunate Panic in Government Building. Tlie house in which young Mr. Washliigton,June 2. Several hunBrown lived wais blown completely dred clerks ajtid offic.ais fjed i!n Washington, .May 23 Thai tho overland ho was crushicia by bricks fright from tha.r offices in the (dlate Senator Wulliam O. Bradley, of falUag from a clilmuey. Mrs. Brown, epartment of agriculture when Kentucky was In favor of the momina- motiiir of the deceased and a young Dan-.ejV. Jaueh, a lwu.tchman,scur-rJe- d Cou of Theodore Roosevelt for Presi sonj Claude, were also unJurH but through the corridors shouting dent in 1916 by a reunited party, wlty not seriously- - Thq falpier, who works Vhe iltiilrti was about to be de- statement made tcilay by a iHelfiUb-llca mill some distancQ from tlio stroyed by dynajnlte. Led by Jauch, the member of Congress .who request scene cf the misfortune, had not re- several cooler headed oLcipJs rail tb ed hat for the present has name should turned from his work when the ac.je basement where thiey found four nay not be mentioned. cident occurred. on which the sticks of dynamite The last request that SeaiVoC nhe remains of the young roan weia fuses ha been burned put. Ap Bradley made to m ," said this meminterred Tuesday at West Providence. parently an explosion had b3en ber, "was that I bhoud go over to; Ho Btaod high in of h.s averted because the fuses had been New York and ask CoUtaosevelt to fceiUs nnd was wdll "ked Jn the Jammed so tighify into tho detonaconsider carefully tho advisability of community. His mother is a sister tion caps the fire was extinguished. keeping himself in a position to beof County Clerk W. C. BIa"nkenship, Then, sequel. come a hurr-e-d icanie the nominee of both the elements of , this city, and he, the Litter, was Jauch, who suffered savere injuries that formerly composed Jne Republi- on the scene immediately after the to njs noon whule servlns as u' ... disaster. soldier in the PhiUwrines, was Uken Senator Bradley believed horoly tha The 'storm, seemingly, was confined to the police station, where the po- Col Rooaevet lt wlUlJa to It&okport and vicinity and was fol- lice announced he admitted placing er tq bring the two clemen',. to- .by a, heavy rain. This section lowed lo3,ve3 Igether and to receive the nomination was yisiUU neither by the stoma nor 1 The department officials believe . t nUrH a h ,im rain, only a.few drops of the much tho watchman intended to "discov- - j fIrmly convjnced ttBt noth,ng needed falling here. There was con- er" the dynamite before t could do'v-xt him it h m hK th ,rtfHnt siderable wind here, however, with harm, hoping to win promotion Ior'or an maistimaXed Benator threatening clouds. hia heroism. . The dynamite had V .., ot wiauicj hoacu uujbv Srtcu t.ftJ.i uvc bien placed directly below Secretary sage tq Col. Roosevelt, sayiing that ha Indians Produce Old Treaty. hV.-a- s Houston's office, though himself wa not in a poajtion to do Buffalo, N. Y., June 2. A treaAy away- That, part of the buiiiing so. I am going to carry; out Senator1 dated 1797, sanctioned by the Senate wou'd have been destroyed. Bradley's suggestion by going over" and sisaed by the Prttydeat, was sucto New York some day soon and Jay cessfully ufted by three. Sonata In- "What Fools Those Americans the matter before Col. Roosqveilti I dians yesterday In Supreme Court as Are!" feel tl'- - I owe that much to Senator e a defense aga nst that tluy When askejd, "What has been the - Bradley - " " illegally fishing un Eighteen eircct or recent Tariff legisialon?" were MI'o Creek. Tluj HTresi)f ttere made, Mr. Henry B. Joy, president of the Surprise Party. by a Ueputy game warden- Paekard Automobile Company, of DeTlio dull, monotony of our evdf The case came before Justice Pool-e- y troit, is quoted by the New York quiet community was given quite a on liabeos corpus procaeiLngs. Evoiiing Journal as saying: toy a Chief Kennedy produced tho book "The bottom foundation of our prcs- - shako . up on the 2nd ult., , collecting aft Prof. B. coutaliiUig the .treaty which gave the ent bus.ness depreon js the Wilson Pf and marching from Indians iwrpetual rights tp fisli and Tariff Iegjs'aton," was the reply, de- S. Howard's thence to E- - W. Jackson's. Jvst hunt in the section of ithe country whe livered ill slow aud measured tones. They they were arrested. 'WJlV. Wllsmi tlilrn. down the road withNo, no! rrivnn tn nor , nor fife Uustice Ppoley held tliat the treaty pean countries, without any Pery tiling to eat superseded tlie Stato laws, and tlie cat return. afJn,Phi,,,, ,,. ,.t., ,..J'drum. but Indians were released been willing to give Jheur legs fcnU that could be thought pf from boilarms in reciprocal conditions to sec- ed ham, fried chicken, roasted chick" Indian Prophesy May be Ful- ure-" eii and chicken pie. Then, Oh, wbatj There 4s no room for reciprocity in shall I say pf the pastries of all the filled. latest brands until the epicure would Free Trade. iWhea you give the pray for a stomach lined wlthbroM Merida, Yucatan, May 30. Ever since rumors of the possible occuran-c- y foreigners all they want without ask- Uuvj he might gorge without fear ot troops, ing .for It, and without rendering any ftudUen death Then the. cakes. &fy, of Mexico by United in U sizes, all colors and ail kinds of land liave equivalent, they take it. laugh ot that Iudlaus Vieir sleeve and say, "WTIiaiD fools beeu strangely agitated- materials of the latest discoveries Is this advent ot the American to those Americans are!" All Europe; is surpass iae river of doubt, the bert gettjng something for nothing. Cannclent be the fulfillment of their discovery by T. R. Imagine the prophetic tradition that tho deliverance ada, among others, is profiting Im- surprise and cheer pf Mrs. Peraecle mensely by Tariff reductions and Jackson, ot the oppressed Mexican Indlajn shall the widow of the late Jas. como with the arrival of the white free Jlstlicis which open new sixty-uln- e years for her surplus prcMucts, and is not Jackson. She was man from the North? young on tliat memorable, day B'ao That was the promlso of Itzama, required to make a solitary Tariff is Uiq mother of E. iW. Jackson.who-ha- s their hero god, whose book of wisdom concession in favor of American Bur-plroof- never left tho iiarentlAl products. So With ArgeutUuo Is their decalog, tho hldilen away thru Those present were: Mrs. Peruocio corn and bepf, Australian wool aud Jackson, centuries. E. W. Jackson, Mr. ntU MW. TJio modern, ayid perhaps debased mutton, nmd no eud of other foreign James W. Cox, Mrs. JIannah Stev typo ot tlio tribes, have been listening competing products. No wonder Amer- ens, Mrs. Moli.o PlrUe, Mrs. Ailw to STjrnse, portentous tales by the ican busluess Is depressedColeman, lr .and Mrs. E- S. How o'd Caciques (chiefs) and wrinkled ard und Utitile Trlphcna Howard,Mr. The November Referendum, tribal sraunles ot late- The Congressional elections this fall a.id .Mrs. C. S. Taylor and sons, .HubAnd they arq deserting by tho hunwill bo deciiJed almost wholly upon bard, Rcscoo anki Clian'es, Mrs. Ella dreds from tho various Mexican tlio administration's Tarif Jaw. Itf ss Sttens find son Glendon, and Mrs. Orpha Braden, Mr. and Mrs. ByroU TJio tradition of delivering of tho tho prme measure of ciluiinntrut!ve ac Taylor and daughters, Eva, JueyafW MPtya Indians of Yucatan and tliolr compllshmeut. It tlie next Houso is Euva, Mrs. Cosna MoMillon, iMr- - and Democratlc.thatfaot cannot be accepte rcloited Mexican tribes run thus: Mrs. James Webb. Ono Present. o geiicralyi and accurUcJy as on InItzriiia, their hero god, came' tliem from across the sea many ytiirs dorsement of tho Tarif act. Tlie is Mount Lassen Becomes Active. ago. Previously uio ludltJiia had liv- - sue Js clean cut Hundreds of tliou-aadsmen who a yeUr ago were wn- - Red'dlng, Cal., Juno l.Mount La ibding od like wild boasts, huutlng and huntod. IUsama gathered them togoth p.oycd at gotii wages Jvavo been in sen.Uio latcut, vokMio of tho Csscado so ldleuess for many montlis. Factories range, erupted from eighteen hours, er, showing them how to build, tliro.vlug out have boeti comjieHod to curtail tlwir beguuihig Saturday, that tlioy booajino a jowfirful and openUJng forces bocauio of u d;miu-.she- il smoke, .steam, rack and vol.oaulc nation. Peace prevailed. output necossitaud U- - u s.ump ashes. , But Itzama depantd- He loft with Iu business, aud busluo& interests the mountain is quiet tho tribe's elders his book ot wisdom ag.uiu- - 'An exptxlltlon will go to lho to culde thorn. It dwejt pmphaCcal-l- y generally havo been oouijierod to "trim to JeJu whether a Uiclr sails" to best muot tlio adverse peak on the. steps that must bo 'Jiken to ncV, crater has been formed or guard against the wu'j-- ot white, men breezes- Is tho Tariff ro3jiom!bie? Many wl'iuther tiho dlstunbancu Is only a from aicrosa seas who would come in flssuro or, tho ou:realUiig pf a new wlng3, bringing astrauge will say not. Others will ina'it that boats with This outbreak w the. first ts. Tlio question wll bo debated geyser, god. Prutessilng hJm, Uiey would not it iu California in seventy pro and con wtji vgor In uvery Con- recorded have him lu their heart. ycarcrbud U tho firsifof uu'y ImportaTJiat part pf Itzaiua'a prophecy lias gressional district lu this couaty,aul more than 200 years. already been fulfil''!, as the Mayas whllo the iersoii(' polwUtioil of the nce-'n' know- only too woll, being the pons candidate hi in nay cuses will triumph '" For Sale. and daughters of farfiers and mothers over tirgumeut u tho umlu tho result tortured und robbed and killlod by the will deteremieuo what the majority of Just. received a carload oTl, tiling. th6 Anivrpun voters Jiuvo "to ta lu if Spanish hucojtneers. W. E- - ELLIS. ' : js a part stljl tb be ful- the only etfcctvo way they uru But there Tho Produce MerclmnJ, to speak upon grout national filled, they bay. VAi. Hartford, Ky. questoos. Syracuse(N. Y.) JourajJ. JUzaum's book that their vic-Unto-dal I t an the-stee- p. n-- t,, the-charg- -- Strs war-plagu- iil f mar-ket- us - - ar-m!- of - To-nig- ht y - I ptT-mltt- ed '; CANCER A PUZZLE In Many of ELECTRICITY. And the Terms Energy, Pressure, and Quantity, Niagara Doomed THE OLD BOOTJACK Time Was When It Proved Its Phases It Baffles Medical Science. ITS CAUSES ARE NOT KNOWN. Neither I It Revealed Whether the Disease Is Hereditary or Not In Its First Stage It ts Curable How the Malignant Growths Spread. "The wonl oincer,'" snys World's Work. "(IioiikIi It lijiiiri'.H largely la popular speech, is used with less nnd less frequency In medical literature. U'liere Is prolmMy no wonl coinprulien Ito enoiiL'li to iuclmle nil the Kinds of iibnoruinl prowtlis to wlileli the human frame Is subject. Cancer N merely one shape In which this tendency to malformation manifests itself. , "The human body In Its Ideal condi tion Is n symmetrical pioduct. It consists of it multitude of paits, each developing not only with refeience to Itself, but in perfect harmony with the rest of the organism. A subtle Intlu-oncknown ns the power of organization, regulates this highly Important matter. Aii'ann, it leg. a nose, n chin Jiny organ or member which one cares to name does not develop Independently, but preserves important relations with the rest of the body. Our four fingers and thumbs have constantly In mind the rights of one another. When one reaches a certain size It docs not keep on growing, but stops. If It still went on n single linger would leach n length of several feet in a lifetime. "Any observant person, however, Is aware that this law Is constantly vio- ' lated. On almost any part of the body little Independent growths start Into , existence. These are composed of minute groups of rebellious cells, small colonies which for some reason Ignore this Inw of development and start on an Independent existence of their own. They serve no physiological purpose. , When harmless, as they frequently are. they are merely Inconvenient POE AND "THE RAVEN." blemishes. 'When danirorous thev end by destroying life. His Comment on the Tinkling Foot- "Mild manifestations of this lawless falls and the Bird's Shadow, tendency are the queer formations com-jn a letter written on Dee. 1.". 1S4U. monly known ns warts and moles. to G. W. Evelett of Phillips. .Me.. are other more noteworthy pro- - Rar Allan Poe. in commenting on his tuberances, such as 'wens. that grow famous poem. "The ISaven." said: Inexplicably, frequently upon the scalp, "For the purpose of poetry it is quite then stop. sufficient that a thing Is possible, or at reach n certain size,-an- d This latter growth belongs to the gen- - least that the Improbability be not class of tumors known as be-- ( fenslvely glaring. It Is true that In nlgn. They are benign simply because several ways, as jou say, the lamp after developing sluggishly to a certain might have thrown the bird's shadow point their growtli Is mysteriously ar- - on the floor. My conception was that rested. Between benign tumors and of the bracket candelabrum affixed the most malignant cancers there Is against the walls, high up above the only this difference: That the latter door and bust, as is often seen In the English palaces and even in some of have the power of unlimited growth. "The true cancer, once started on lis me euei uuue iun. "Your objection to the tinkling of vlotous career, keeps on and digs deep into healthy surrounding tissue and Hie footfalls is far more pointed and In destroys it, until dually, for a variety the course of composition occurred so of reasons. It kills the patient. In some iorciuiy to myscii mat i iiesuaieu to cases n benign growth which has re-- so the term. I finally used it. because s S!1"' that it had. m its llrst suddenly malned quiescent a new vitalitv and becomes tion. been suggested to my mind by the malignant. There are those who main- - st',isu of ""' supernatural with which ' moment tilled.. No human tain, though the occurrence Is certain-- il wls nt ly rare, that a harmless wart may ui iiijsii.ii luiu count iiuuie on u sou therefore the sometimes develop Into a genuine can- carpet vividly convey tinkling of feet would the supernatural cer. The point to he brought in mind impression. is that nil these abnormal growths are "Your appreciation of related; that the only thing that makes delights me. In higher "The Sleeper' qualities of one malignant and another not is this poetry It Is better than 'The Itaven.' tendency to keep growing. but there is not one man In a million "A genuine cancer in its final stages who could be brought to agree with me has another development. It no long- In this opinion. "The Itaven,' of course. er confines Its activity to the orlglnnl Is far the better as a work of art but heat, but starts new cancers In other In the true basis of all art 'The Sleeper' parts of the body. Certain groups of is the superior. I wrote the latter when cancer cells break away from the pri- quite u boy." mary headquarters, escape Into the blood stream and start new growths The Book of the Dead. elsewhere, 'fids Is the phenomenon The ancient Egyptian "The Book of ns 'generalised cancer.' " known the Dead" Is probably unique among Millions of dollars have been devoted books, inasmuch that it was Intended to the study of cancer and Its cure, and for use not in this world, but In the every known scientist Is wide awake to mivr 1 nnncluiu f n its t liinf nti ..., the study of the disease and to grasp j xorc.iSIIW comnose.1 of hold of anything that may Indicate a , vurlolls periods for recitation bv the possibility of its alleviation. The soul during its passage through hades points upon which the authorities on and was Indeed regarded as a safe concancer In this country agree, says the duct through that region. For this reaNew York World, are as follows: son the Egyptians, who themselves enFirst Cancer In Its first Rtage Is titled It "to go forth from local and Is curable. day," burled a copy of the work, or Second. The causes of cancer are not portions of It. with their dead. Westkiiowu. minster Gazette. Third. It Is not known whether or not. cancer Is hereditary. Test For Silk. Fourth. There Is absolutely no cum If silk splits or cracks It is a sign for cancer except to cut It out that its fabric has been weighted. llfth-C- io to a phyRlrliui at the flrr T(r(j (j ( f exam- slim ol trouble Preferably, be , , (lf lcU , ined by n physician at freouent Inter- b deU.riuIlw A b of ,u. K,. a Mils anyhow match are all you need. Light the Sixth. 'i'ho idea that cancer In plants match and apply it to the fabric. If It may give riso to cancer in man Is fan holds Its shape the silk Is adulterated tastlc. Tumors are not contagious. with some of the various minerals so Seventh. Itadiuin does not permaiistsi. If it runs together In a puffy nently cure internal cancer. It may mass the silk is pure. growtli for awhile, but soon-- i cheek the r or later It comes back. Popular beA Fond Mother. lief in radium Is based on the fact that Called to the bedside of a fond mothonly the occHslon.il cures aro heard boy, the doctor diagnosed the from not (he failures. The failures er's baby ailment as acute rheumatism. The 100 to 1. outnumber the unvi, mother responded quickly: "Acute rheumatism. 1 might have A Good Sign. known It; everything lie does or snys Is In digging out an apothecary's shop as cute!" Philadelphia Ledger. In Pompeii the workmen brought to Just light a notice that confronted visitors Breaking It Gently. lo the place li.Ouo years ago: "Otiosls I.lttlo Floyd-W- hy don't you kill that won est locus; dlscede, mora tor." It Is i iild hen, Mr. Neighbors? Mr. Neighbors a good sign for the modem otliro or Wi il i, lil liiti, ill, vmi III..HI1 niv luiv? place of bHHlneas. Callers who know , ,,1()V,,TI. otlt. wkll yuu Latin w It read It for themselves, j , l(.H.(, , (1(0 Those who do not will ask what It ,.j tieeu heiipeckeil ever sluco you got menus. Then come s your opportunity: Bwrrlwi. Clilc,,8 News, "This Is no pUce for Idlers. l)jfer, ' get out!''-Yout- h's Companion. Forewarned. Caller Will you see If your sister U One day Is worth two tomorrows. In? Susie-Y- es. sir. but I don't think Have you nomedilug to do tomorrow? the wilt be. She saw you coming up Do it toibiy- .- It. Kmukllu. the steps. Albany Journal. 1 of-erconcep-develop1 J What Is electricity V Tiie question was put directly to Dr. Charles Proteus Steiiimetz, the famous ian whom exuert, In the hope that no one knows more about It might be able If not to tell what It Is at least to give a dellulte Idea of what it may be. Dr. Stelumetx replied: "Electricity Is a loose term, used miscellaneously In referring to all matters electrical. "To give It dellulte meaning one must know whether reference Is made to electrical energy, electrical pressure, electrical Intensity or elect ileal quantity. "Electrical quantity (represented In the electrical current! Is generally by scientists to be a substance with atomical structure, the unit of which Is the electron. "Electrical pressure Is meant In re-- 1 ferring to the voltage. Electrical Intensity Is the voltage per unit lengths. "Magnetism Is a similar term, which does not mean anything to the scientist. Two pieces of steel may have exactly the same structure as far as science can determine, and yet one may contain magnetic quantity and the other be without It, or the two may contain the same amount of magnetic quantity and have different magnetic Intensity. Quantity tliuen Intensity equals energy. "There may be the same quantity of water In two pipes nnd different pressure, or there may be the same pressure and different quantity. If water, the liquid, water pressure and water power were nil loosely called water we should have the same confusion that the words electricity and magnetism suggest to the scientist." "Is there such a thing as electricity!" he was asked. "I cannot state positively that electrical quantity Is a substance." Dr. Steinmctz replied, "or that there is such an atom as the electron. I say simply that this is the most commonly accepted theory." New York World. lie-tl- a Real Friend JOYS OF A In Every Home. PAIR OF BOOTS. .,.... Per-emdir- Getting Them Off When They Were ILER & BARNETT Hard and Wrinkled Was a Struggle, Getting Them on Was Often a but AgcntH Test of Strength and Endurance. Many boys and young men of these days who have heard more or less ILERS' GROCERY or about the old time bootjacks have REPUBLICAN OFFICE probably never seen one. bccmiso with the abandonment of the wearing of boots by men and boys the bootjack B. Mail Orders Given Prompt went out of fashion. In the old days, especially Pa the winters, the man or Attention. PHYSICIAN OSTEOPATHIC boy who wore anything but boots was "rare and thv bootjack was u necessary Consultation and examination free. article in every house. J. C. ILER Boots were worn without rubbers, All kinds of 'diseases treated. Office and frequently to keep out the snow 2nd floor, Cascblor building. ALLISON HARNETT and the slush they were treated to an BEAVER DAM, KY application of mutton tallow or some other greasy substance, but these up plications did not always keep the fee: dry nor the leather soft. The leg of the boot In the vicinity of the ankles was sure to have deep, heavy wrinkles, and when the boots got wet and then dried on the owner's feet the wrinkles became hard, and It was no easy matt ter to get those boots off. It generally required considerable labor over the bootjack. It required tugging and tugging, and after the Job was dually accomplished the boots would generally be left near the stove for the night to H get a thorough drying out for the of the "Movies" The Great Edison morning. Getting the hard hoots on In the You want to read this sensational JJ mornings was alwujs more of a Job Story. Not fiction, but facts. The getting them off the night before. than If the wrinkles at the ankles wen-haractual experiences of an actual girl at the time the boots were t:ken with actual photographs in Wom- off they were even harder and stlffer tin's World for May. in the morning, and that added to the ' task of getting them on. The owner don't- would shove his foot down Into the leg Electricity through, glv'n; us qu'ck SUBSCRIBE FROM US! SUBSCRIBE NOW! of the boor, the foretlngers would be transportation and instant communicashoved through the straps, and the tion, Is biud.ug the peop'e of tho YOU GET haul nt getting the bopts on would beworld tcgethtr in a common bond. gin. Green's Fruit Grower, Woman's World, Farm Life, At first the haul would be a straight It looks sa If the brotherhood of man barren one. with the boot resting on the floor, ..'etild not forever be but a Home Life and The HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and while the hauling was in process Idcal.ty, sung by poets arid prayed for weight of the body would be exer- by preachers. the The Biggest BarAll Five Papers 1 cised In shoving the foot Into the boot Behind the idea of brof.ierhood we The counters of the old time leather now haw commercial organization on gain ever Offered Year, only boots were naturally hard, but after friend leather had become wet and had a broad, generous, the dried out they were still harder and lu ly plane, w.tli waV-- s and moans at its your subscription has not expired variably It was a hard task to get the disposal beyond the klrcams of avarice yet renew at once ar.d get tho May heel down. It was always a tremen Surely we l.ve in groat times! doits relief to get the edge of a stockissue of Woman's World with this Our friends who are fighting to ' inged heel over the Inside of the coiiu preserve N agara wonderful story. tii its ur.mal form great dltll ter. because with that the gaged in a hopeless task. As ctilty was overcome, and then the foot are would slip naturally into its testing a place for aston'slums bridal couples, Niagara a doomed place in the boot. "K Invariably a rest was desired after Tho excursion will run but it will ot be .to se,. a boattty vaster far and i the tirsr boot was on before the task getting on the second was tackled, and more bowilder.ug than this aheat of often the practice of kicking the boots water hastculns oa tho d.ctum of ' WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH on was resorted to. The man or boy get his foretlngers Into the late S.r Isaac Now ion, to I,ake would llrst S50. a Week, almost $10.00 a Day tiie straits of his boot, and ns lie Ontario. Before tiie ccal is gone, we must pulled he would kick the toe. of the Boiling Victor Sates and boxes boot against the wall or baseboard. In learn to harness this energy and trans to merchants, doctor. lawyer, dt'iulxts ami furmerii. all otwlKim realize bouses where there were boys the mute it .to heat atU light .and a of a safe, but ilo not know lioweay IUsioohii marks made by kicking on the boots power which, without dirt, ashts or one. Salesmen declare unr proposition one of tiie best, clean-cu- t opportuniwere always to be seen. Of course, this smoke, will do the work of C.OOO.OOO ties ever received. Without previous eiirl-onc- c YOU can duplicate the success of others. had a tendency to wear out the toes, Our handsomely Illustrated catalog but then many of the boots were built men and as many women. will enable you to prevent the ml.Ject to cusour Illino's prairie To preserve to meet this "kicking" game. tomers In as Interesting a manner h tlinuirli grass you were piloting them througn our fuutory. Men appointed as Some of the hoots were with Its waving bluo upland talesmen receive advice and Instructions for selling safes, giving with brass toe pieces, a trltle over a and forests of resin, us'.-- to bo my convincing talking points which It Is Impossible for a prospective customer to den v. VM don't Toll be the lust to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the territory! quarter of an Inch in depth, and these fond ambition. iu kau IBivf uuijr Vila Nitauiau vuk vi catu iwailljr. were fastened Into the boot between The 2oth anniversary of our But now, Illinois lias been p'aced company was celebrated by shaped the upper nnd the welt and erecting the most modern safe under tfce dominion of tho plow, the Boots something after a horseshoe. factory In the world. Wideawake men who received our supplied with these brass pieces and prajrics help feed tho world, and liavo special selling Inducement, they made this kind for men as well as more than once sta,vcd off starvation T""i'Tri itueoeacerr t?dU ar out put. We- ara ranclisi boys would always stand more "kick- in India, and kept hunger at bay worn in Hussa. Sany thousands ot dollars ea ing" before the leather was our sales organization but through and a visit to the cobbler's f Niagara aril all of our other BHfjgU Will to learn nil particulars, a) cost ynu only the price was made necessary. great waterways will bo usid, of neEiasivsi postal card. The bootjack, though It has disapAsk for Catalogue 16T. peared now. was then to be found In cessity, for tho purposo of creation light, heat and power, '.villi all the every home. Bootjacks generally were THE VICTOR of homo manufacture, and one would comforts, conveniences and luxur'os and last for many years. They were so easy tjiat man needs for his mental to make that some families would have spiritual uufoldmcnt. BBSffBi SAFE & LOCK, GO. so that there would a number of them, " Niagara FaPa will not be really CINCINNATI, OHIO Our Nawt Home. Capaolty 20,000 Safes Annually. be no occasion for waiting should one worth v'siting until the cunnhg of member of the family want the bootjack while another member was using man's bran has uiltizcd overy horseIt. A hammer, some nails, lumber and power of that fa'ling weight, not for a saw were the requisites. tho glory of God, but for tihe service ' To make a bootjack a piece of board of man- about twelve or llfteeu Indies long and 1 of fasten my faith to t,h,o sous four or five Inches wide wes obtained. Jove! i A piece the shape of a V would he sawed from one end of the hoard and TRY IT 10 DAYS then a lift consisting of a piece of Indigestion and Cons Ipatl 3 f. Sinpfi last June, over an Inch In width and an "Abt.ut five years ago I ibcel.ii tal board about Inch high would be nulled on the un- iiig Chamberlain's TubUta after 12,000 offices have adopt-t- derside a short distance below the from iudJgsL'cu und condlia-tled this Adder. small point of the V. That raised the for yt.irs w.tUout f idlng Each took the machino V end from the floor and gave a place lo relluvu mo- - Cluinbtr'iiiii's on trial. Each made a to put the heel In when It was desired mq at cuco tu.U by us-iten-da- y to pull off the boot. This In effect Tjbk'ts helped test. them for several Wicks I was curcompleted the bootjack, with the exThey found the machine ception of tho hole by which t hang ed of tho cemilaliV' 'writes Mrs. be rapid and compe- d Electricity tically in (3 Infancy. When mankind .'A do'uvcrcd from tho to I and moij and sweat and travail of unkind conditions X w.ll bo through the utilization of the "current." Just whaf electricity is the scientists do not tell us- Wo assume there is Just one thing in the wor'Jd and Unit (S energy. Tins energy takes a myriad of forms. Man is tho highest prcdust of energy. Call It D,vno Energy, if you w'sh. E.cctricty occupies lltetw leht zone between the sp.rltual and tho physical" When electric energy .s at last analyzed, dissected, placed on t!io c si. do aul weighed on the scales, lit wdl be found Jo be the wry secret of life. So far, electricity Is the Jealous of Deity. When man becomes worthy, Deity perhaps will share this secret with hi J Then indeed, Will we "bo as gods." I'lectric.ty is the pass'ug cf .power from one form into another- - In this rospest it is a niftliod cf transportation rather than a thing. The terrestrial programme consists of s'niply two items absorption and d iss pat.on.rccelvjiig and giving, cotn-la- s arfl going. Everything is In inoMon. Through electric ty we transmit energy ,div.k!iiij it up Uto units, us.ng it to run u churn, a sew.ng machine, a piano, or to produce heat a thousand timoi as i Intense as combustion supplies. The limit to clectrcal development, through increased use of felectrioity and e'ectrlcal appliances, s absoluwi-l- y beyond imagination. Up to this time the education & has tho pubbc to the use of boon largely a matter of "natural selection" hit or miss catch as catch can now jou see it and now lyou bo-cr- ot To the Service of Man. as a business Is prac- t MAGAZINES -- OF- ALL KINDS Ordered by i : wmgmmmmm G. DOCRERY "Thrilling Moments in the Life of a Moving Picture Actress By MAYY FULLER Star S 5 8 5 $1.25 If c $200. - - That's flre-nro- well-to-d- o tin-iic- rrjjsi money-makin- g f The (uf-t'er.- m t ,,t,,$,. $35 American Adder F5 u'.iy-tjil- It up. M ,,,. - lu the days when boots were o generally worn augurs were not us common In the homes us they are nowadays, when about every household has a small kit of carpenter's tools, but getting a hole In the bootjack was an easy matter. It was done by heating the stoke poker in the kitchen stove until It became red hut. and with It to burn a hole through the bootjack about an Inch from the end opposite the Y, and the bootjack was completed. Bootjacks made lu the way outlined have done service In many families for generations. Hartford Courant. We exaggerate misfortune and hap- merchant is not adverUs'ng so ho piness alike. We are never either so Mm go to Uuit btorv, bpIu Ills web wretched or bo happy ai we tajr we across the door, and a llf? of nre. Balzac. undisturbed ixmco over afterwards." It-a- tent. Even a child can operate it. And anyone, with little practice, can To See Who Didn't Advertise. compute a hundred figW'liou Mark Twain lu his carlyUays ures a minute. a was editor of a Missouri imior, It does all that is done subscriber wroto to liin tlut Jio found -T by $150 machines, and iti a spider lu his papcor and asked Jiltn sign of fjocd luck 1 never makes mistakes. whether that wmi Every office, store and or bad luck. Tho humorist wrote lum factory needs this American Adder. None will go without it after ,: 'iO4 this answer aud printed knowing what it does. Sulwenbert Finding u spider Jn your ( Acl no tn uonrl nnn nn fan ildua1 ffm. t.i..l I if T luper was neither good luck or bail vi.na ntu uiai. Si !iiieurri IK) ounga- - T ii luck for you. Tho sjmdor iwas morc-ltion. Learn wnat ic means to you. Telephone us now. Built bv loakjng over our paiK-- to vno when AMERICAN CAN CO., CHICAGO. Sold by For sale by All Dealers. r- .Mary K. .Mo.Mul!pn, PlioU. X. 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A Ton.c a II Counties of Kentucky, when made and from what Counties. yir3 agd that Jia hal at','cc(l tliat HculUi Iliii'dcr to tlno out tie All of tfeo Vital Statistics of Kentucky. lono of tho HmtK.ji j;cto lwra sent to waste w matter bujd cu up and This unique antl valuable Atlas is free Ind a frum thin country ever canto to all Evening Post subscribers. If not jour strength. Nothing laek. w;.y. Jiappeiied lo th s great than Ektrric Hitters S.tart better now a subscriber, send S3.00 for a full year's subscription, or S2.00 for a MX troam of jiroc cits metal, win ch .Mrs- - James Duncan, Hayiifsvjlle, Me., months' subscription by mail. d sapcbTs .CNo hosrivers writes: "Completely cured me after Plana undtrslond. thtia rates arabymall a 'disorit latida witch m-themselves 3rtVer,tl tloctcrs gave" juo up." COc h. H only, and not through earner or agent. uiidcrgrouiU? OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: $1.00, a'; jour Dniglst. The testimony of uxpcnJis .'3 most W.OO Daily ETening Pott, one year IluckltM's Ariitcft Salvo for Cuts. DiiflctJig. Some eay It is hoarded, Kentucky Governor's Wall Chart f 1 . 91.50ev 'fat BL Jaav.ji"! v. . i ti r - yiiZmZ vh to a few aro ready to proo by a Knew it All the Time. iiariioni iiciruuiiuui, x j'v 'JCj Jb Jb array of statslics that jt S'x 1110 i.l.a of tVi experiment, with FOR - - - $3.D0 U orniutlublo ALL THREE anttot bo cx'eii&tlvoly hearded. Those prico lists still uiord nately lilgh, otitis W.yP .vho beVavo that India possesses n 11 sjiiieta i ttxXSiJte AtfgJ tig idko a cctiDonsus of ophr. ast store of honied treasura mahu .on among Democratic public jAs What lio 111 Ihit guciMs at (its probable thq Tar fr has nothing to do w.th it. Jtal. Tho most pojiular cskmatc of Thjs is by no nieaas a voluntary uiu hoarded wealth of India puts tho It I3 coming out In fierce Jtal at 300,000,000, lbs- - which would inveotivc against suoh bold Rpublica I linotitit to lib. per head of M10 popu- - A3 new aad then realize a mocking atlon; but bohio creditable dai mates volco to ask why, under ire far h gher. Tho experts quarrel tho ccst of living is not tumbling. About tho probable effect of India's al "The Tariff has nothing to do .with iorjt!cn of gold upon the world's it,"xJs the exasperated aJiswcr- - AVo money markets and tlio prices of even "to'd ycu so-- Republicans iwill II Jpff omodiLes Some say that all gold- - resist to the last this belated Demostm. .isliig cauntrlos benefit thereby .while cratic effort DAILY BETWEENl ii wmirn to drive them from tho'r Jtheie, such as Sir Edward Holden, oil 'Vo got there first-Ham- pton ipicar to hold that "tho drain of gold (la.) Recorder. Sf)UFFALO o Itll.a' la a potenL'al .menace." Tho commission, wjillo Uocllning to Get Rla of Your Rheumatism. Now s Uie time to get rid of our endorse etlipr of lioso mutually dc- II iK.';tt itniotlvo coiitetitiot.3, has decared ill rheumaJsm. You can klo Jt if you 11 HI I I'l ii.ij. - ."--- isssaWW' ' i Maw.w fir. " .' rff! .1 . . effect h,at an Increased use of gold In apply Chamberlain's Liniment. W. rSss3iEuS32& III MIM .!! X 'jiR 'x 4rJ9W9 Homer CiHy, N. Y., WrLtes, li.llla should not In future bo eacour-- . GREAT ZK'J? "I THE aged by tho Government, but India) "Last spring I sufored from rheuma1500 pawn. aTumnB-latlIrnrth 500 fc.lt bnadlh 9 fCI. Wtbr.: 19. Utemor-- " iu U already eecms disposed to resent this tism with terriblo pr'ns Jn my arms ricUr Urgtr la all ..;ntai.t. luaa .dt .tc.mcr on tml Crt.ler in co.1 , udaail wiltr. of the world. In arrrice Juno 15tb. j and recqmendatlon- ptiou.uiera. I got a aoitlo of I Mamificent Steamers "SEEANDBEE." "Cty of Erie" ana "City of Buffalo" Wiothor gold Is hoardcll In Ind'a is Chamber.'aln's Liniment fund the first My 1st to Dec l.t DaQv CLEVELAND and BUFFALO rcaPy a question of terms. All ma- -' aplicatlon relieved me. By using one 1 00 P. M. Lcare EuCito 8.00 P.M. . Lr.e Cl..lMid 6.30 A.M. ClcvcUnd Arrle t.JO A. M. Arrive Buffalo ttons hoarded gold uion occasion. If bottle of It I ,was entirely cured-I ICrntr.l Standard Timri Itallroad tlek.U England were threatened with a great For sale by All Dealers. Tail, Conatien. at BofUo for MageraIlofT.lo and all E..lrrn .ud.Cn.dUn PolnU. aleamera. A aro rjood far tran.nortallon on onr reading Utru CieTcland and war wo may depend upon frre. your tick.t agent for Uck.U .a C. fi II. Una. Vnlo us for li.nd.omo Ulu.tr.led booklrt How Diamonds are Mined. t that thcro would bo a rush for go II THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO Clayeland. O. 'Machinery and' barbed wire, have ontho part of those people who tho crude mothodis of both foresight and a balance supkuited Wuo at the bank. It Is estimated that lur breaking up dIamond-,bcarin- g ing the Balkan cris.fc (die pooplo cf earth and protecting tho vluablo finds sun and atmosphere, strewn on JLhe Central Europe obtained and hoarded employed twenty years ago In tho ground, it is hauled to the mills. oO.OOO.OOO lis. In gold. Itd'a has South African Ulamond mines- - Tho Hero pulsators finally locate the grease-covere- d holo been subjected to repeated invasions depths of strange crater-shape- d on Inclined Courier-Journ- al and lntiiunprabJo Internal wars, mid in which the peculiar dIamond-.boar-Jn- g tables, to which tho d'amonds earth Is confned b now lwnotrat-e- d ,whjle looso sand, tarth and grav pooplo have never completely lost lcr by shafts reaching hundreds of el are washed away by tho waiter. tjic'r liereditary feenso of Insecurity Bu'nklng facilities nro b'311 siarcc,and ' feot llown into tlto earth, Avith for'y-fo- Acrta cf ground, covert! by broken levels. TJ10 broken earth is re- earth brought up from tho mluos.con-tj- r It would bo SurpnMig 1 li.iJIaus d.d moved in closed .trucks to tjio surface, n possibly millions of dollars' lot houid. nut hcardlng does not necrssar ly where, after a season of exjwsuro to worth of gems, and these treasure mam buying In the ground or conceal trovirs aro protected by h gh fences arof barbed wire, with intricato licit n tho roofs of Jtouses, Oiough rangements a,t( tlio corners and attiho Courier-Journthoso practices aro Uoubtloss extonsivo al gates. About 4,000 miles of wire aro I. M. Keynes, a niemlier cf tho comused in tho defense about tho mission, tells a story of ti Urahniau 11 mints. E.u3tt.rn llengal who oen hoards currency na.es In h.a roof. Ouco a AND .veek ho retires pr'v ly nad spreads I them out in tho mm to romovo thd Gone Since TakinQ lamp. A very largo proporMca af Have All For Infants and Children. REAL NEWSPAPERS Lydia E. Pinkham's VegM10 hoarded wealth of Ind a Is, how-o- x Th9 Kind You Have Always Bough. or 'n tho form cf go'd and a I er etable Compound. ornaments. It is Jnto thoso ornaments Bears the Terro Hill, Pa. "Kindly permit me that tho bulk of tho bullion mid to givo you my testimonial in favor of Signature of News sovereigns, as well us much of tho Lydia E. Finkham's lijtl-3llver, disaperars. News Vegetable Com- Same Cause, Same Conditions. pound. When I first Local News Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin began taking it I Who aro benefitted by tho present Troubles. suffering from Tariff law? was Is real estate rvvortjh "1 could scratch myself to p'lccos" female troubles for moro? Is Uio outlook for tho farmers .3 often heard from sufercrs of Eczesome time and had News , better? Aro mechanics .bolter omploj-ed- ? almost all kinds of ma, Teifer, Itcli and similar Skin our factrcdes bus or? Is busAro News aches pains in lowErupt.otiB. Don't Scratch Stop thd er part of back and iness better? Aro wages higher? If, Itching ut oueo with Dr. Hobsoub ta of o is now Juiit what In fides, and press- not, then Ointment. Ua first application tho ing down pains. I Jt was twenty ytvrs ago uuler Everybody itarts healjiig; tjio Rod, Rough, Scaly. could not sleep and Dcmocrat,ciisoii-Ooriua- n lw. Untelling Skin is soo'Jted by tho Heal- had no appetite. Since I have taken der tho ttOTklujis of tliat law Uio '.m- ing and Cooling Medicines. Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Com- hporjers prospered, tho bu nuw cf for-- 1 Aro you Interested In what Is takElnfoidt, Rock IoltnI, 111., utter pound tlio aches and pains aro nil gone oigu manufactiireiH flcurUhcd uml ing place Vlay by day all ocr the tsliig Dr. Hobsan'B Ec.ciua Ointmuat, and 1 feel like a new woman. I cannot too highly. "Mrs. AnierlcuJi money flowed into forogn world? If you arotyou NEED THE .vrltes: "This is' tho f rst tltn0 in praise your medicine offers in a go'don stream- - Tho re- COURIER-JOUNRAAugustus Lyon, Terro Hill, Pa. lino jKtrs I haQ been frtlo from ..0 lleprvtatou.mc-If thero Is an acnt in jour town woman's sult was nation-wid- e It is true that naturo and a Itvoyiful nj'iiient." Guaranteed. 50c, willing t work could geO nothing to givo hltn a trial order ono. month-Da- lly work has produced tho grandest remedy at your Druglst. CO cents, with Sunday 70 cents. for woman's ills that the world has do,uiid soup houses boouino a necesIf there Is no agent In your town ever known. From tho roots and sity. A subservient Oongrets under The Old Army Mule. herbs of tho field, Lydia E. Pinkhom, tho dictation Of an nrmcha,r states- givo jour order to tho paper In y forty years ago, gavo to womankind You may have not!cvfl tjiat U10 oppeais man haa made inovtablo tho baiuo cu which .this ttUvcrtlsoiiiont mulo lias arrived ut, Yonv Cruz. a remedy for thejr peculiar ilb which dit.ons illicit ufflictetl th'S CJUiitry (you may" Bet a special clubbing Tho correal ondciiits bay ho kicked up has proved moro efilcacious than any to drugs ever com- durmg tho t.HninstratJon of President rate), or send, tho order direct i' Jtcels when ho wilted off tho bcu' other combination of tho Courier-Journa- l. pounded, and today Lydia E. Pinkhnm'c Cleveland. has .t was t,ho mulu's way of oxproaang Vegetablo Compound is recognized WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAlis dol.(j;ht ut leaching "tho tront," For An Impalrd Appetite. been discontinued, but FARM AND etandarc from coast to coast 03 tho td FAMILY, a most excciHoiit Jllustral-e- d tho fppt Jo Lincoln's comment that whf.oJ.o hud remedy for woman's ills. To improv strengthen fjto dltcstfut try n few briga-limonthly magazine, is a worthy difficulty 10 in croat'ng In tho Pinkhnm Laboratory at Lynn goucra a ho ocuhlu't make nmy Mass., aro fllos containing hundreds ci dost of Ch(un.bar;ain's Trpduts. Mr. successor. Tho; pi lea Js only 20 ont ' lilies had in It a book full of wmJaiu thous.uid3 of letters from wqraon eek J. II. Stw, of Detroit, Mcli.,y pays: a year. Ask for a sample copy. stafr .'herocr tboro Is a Avar Uieio is a ing health many of them thyluv "Thoy raetorad my appoUo whun fowl-iover theirown signatures that Goilrler-Joilrh- al Compana- roltoUll int) t a 1ioo.tod aule. rogainetj ttjoir health by taking Lydia a 11 paiujed u pUWMiiat .vtd sai A uavpl war wJUthout ahips wguld bj Incorporated E. Pin.ham'o VogetabW. Compound, mpvotuoiit ojsit bowols." ForJ o atraugor sJsrUt .tluu.i nu Anirifljxu and in some- cases that it hs3 samltbc LOUISVILLC JtV. ' 4!ile by All Dtalbrs. .rmy on tho movo wiiftout Us iiiuIq. from surreal orK.t.cn. Tho n which 1 report of tho fliun n Jul us Cat sar know tho mule, but In ho jicut h.w such 3 aro bred Champ C ark'a houu Uawg State. JI mu't3 JiclpdUho English l'ck tho Uoors, ihpy went w.tlt dio allied ar mies to PtUIn, Uiey follov.'U our flag to O'o land of the txivago Moros,utid if need bo ho Will bo one of thorn i.rst to stt foot on U10 wldo thorough, fares of Alex co City. Hamlet 111 ght rana'n out of tho play, but the inulo can't stay away frcm war. iM piH con-plet-o 1 U dj-.v- de-ic- C-- s rc-to- to-ity-v. ly - f.friif,tMJl J' -- Free-Trad- c, " J f -- rl wwmntt. Fare 3 22 or-tlo- n. HMHiiiSgiFWgi r-- Cleveland Ml a- -1 ',, aj " ios-iuss- cd Daily d1a-nioii- tls Ud-he- ro . ot $6 a Year Sunday -- MRS, LYON'S ACHES Kimi-berl- PAINS $2 a Year CASTOR A I a t && Ec-ion- Free-Trad- Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National State Market Reports Foreign Political Everything for C-- L. Ur-n- k L er 1 op-ml- y us - he doubtless find ri.y, the munlal ' illusions which he now Jmn)-ti- ts tiro EBtrNl accordm to taw at tk Pontofflc LEMON, 'TIS SAID r sponsible for the conditoiiis coni-!- ! l of by thwc nunufa hirera flOM ...ie so far effected tfio porkets and a)H t'.tts of the average voter that C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Bill Will be No ... . 11 rcsw'te to put. We announce n th s Ustic lion- - .1. New Anti-Tru- st Kepub-- ; tho ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor W. HoM, of Hard n cou. for tho b,i k into power w,Ji .ill ih-- r 4U4lMUMUUIIW.4Hi Help To Tobacco Growers, 1) ncra c Congrcsi.oim! nomination o .deas about how io run Address nil communications to Hi 's dstrct. .Mr. Boyd Is :i man of e :.jc; anient without "making var Is Claim. Ute Hartford Republican. upp anuiconndnsplenil d mfxer. Do you realize how much more comfortaon bit ius" or robb ..g Uie working He .s of t'.io common people. In Hard-- l f ojijh.rtuiil:y to e,rn u NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ble and pleasant a pair of Oxfords are in in county he Is loved ami rvpedr-l Washington, .May 29. Tlmt Uie Bobcrilier iWlrlnR tli lnT wtit to n m?w by moil of nil pari.es. He was electa. tho PliIadelph:a S nr ptj's t, dirwii mnot rlre the M it.ldlw. In mnkliiK thf autl-truhot weather months than Shoes? to the off p0 of county attorney two "'"Promise ngrwniwit on rtqawt. "The people imve iatl t.isle of iaton, ticceptcd by tlio Federu- - Diinocratic fioljshnit-- a and ,dei w',at Ho IletD( I.nnl hihI Ntln ic vr line iiml .c terms and served eight years. c prr line lor cicb n.Mltl.iniil limTtlnii. asks that the voters t,f his party t tn tf Labor and O. K.Yd by l'tvs-- d iioiksense means. They do m t 1 ko long, cost no more That they wear Olltontle. ltrrolntlona no. Cnr.1 of Tli mk 5c lnve:.'gatc h s off.'c'al and private nt W.lso.i will prove a verr)ble he flavor. They nre nu o.ily d glls,-w- l; ptr line rooi.e.r In n.lviino'. and look better? tor nervier. Iw. tiut ntlier llfo ami f he menli supiwt to a'.tl K.n :i aisofur as the tobacco farmChore h Nntlcr they are (gating mad. T'..ty er llm-- . Chnroh Bdvrrtl'PHlfnt", f ;n his race. .Mr- - Bod is a young jcrt of Kentucky and otaer price-coi- ihini want a reversnJ of w!.,..t. lias biPii will reci'lve no Anonyinoun comraiinlmtloii nian, being only 35 years at age. He troll ng organizations are concern)'.. given them during the preseat mini With thjs idea in view, we are showing attention. sets forth Uie follow ng as sjiuo of ,s the starting opin on vxjircMsetl by and U.ey are go g to .s all leathers in quite a variety of lasts and the things lie sands for: The bills '" ..lucity leaders in Wevilng'pn who .t in ovem helm.ng nuinbors ..i .vo been looking iato tJie matter. 3 ii;.ij measures advocated by President Cvixaa.1:or:.o.s.S. ... i.Vovtmber. They wjll :wt s'r.iy riri n in a wide range of prices. X'o.xxa.ezo' 30 Wtlson. Government aid for better Whilo they bel eve Uio Kentucky ffltll tlllt 11M f ll lit u.tl .1 .. ...... - . . .bf Ata.al nu ,. ..., ,v... o.-.- .t u.-- .,tulmtco -farmers- will- be ir .t.tlmr mihJ""" v" -- Tu-- """ . - -- rius. uiinusiu iu wm d.d so once u.nl aid wisdom. Your hot weather Shoe necessities must be nnnor office. Koges JML ho r.viU V"'S m Uo Hue of leg station Uiey, FRIDAY, JUXE 3. . . ...I.i,. .,f ...t .....i t...t ...in i, i. .!..( ""' "aii. ji,ni io jia titnr lor iB.eir so conduct Ii niseir ustiint uooiiu wi:i"-""- "" "" lieso w.iwu.i action. 'Once bitten. Iw.co .sbv rv ..,....'. Kentucky supplied. We are prepared to supply them ever approach h.m wall ks bribe. Ho U' usehss o hem, . .. .. . Mm Fiitll - nf wnn. prtisses their lnmitnl ilm tuir. .. n.'u .. ....I- - ,.. tt.-- i. n, iiiiii s t v Tii.v ANNOUNCEMENTS. ij noi nave a gun miuiu u ihisu-.nstof " to your advantage. mU tlierefore vrM aiot call for ins a f slit, m the understanding be- " "We are authorized to announce It in case of controversy- - Wijl not tween t)io President and tho labor tl, mg nbou the Congressman Ben Johnson a candidate snciiil more than his salary, nor will leaders ti.eu.ns that the Jegislauon Just , " duiuii;uji i uiat uiere noes .. i ,!iis llr.iffml v!.l o tlini" fViiiirr.,u ..... ... ff . for the Democratic nonilna".jVm for .n s .. .ill. ... i.i.'iiiui'r. r . ...o. itio iiniiusKii nil urtub' in Representative from the 4th Congres- eerywhr. Including the District cf W. the weekly news " sional district. General primary elec- Columbia. Pledges to faithfully do his joitpr puuiiaicd by tJie Federation will ; U' f t 1914. tomorrow pubUh u display nrtcle, tion August 1, duty ,by all the. people of this headed: "Victory is in tfrftt; (abor 'S, t"'e, hnf unscMlcd ,,us,,,, somc-- t Are of the neat, dressy type will, appeal, 'nanufaetur.iig ciuters ,.,.lwlwt '" to announce f h w fr.-.- ,i "We are authorized -...... ,.... b. , .. nn.l flinrf. .fill l.rt ..I junction abus, mil unjust contempts." 7 Hon. John W. Boyd, of HaoJln coun0"",u, 'SSMn to and please our young Americans. BUNCOED. ,' "wuptT.UlOIlS 4 II tilOSO . Tl... lnnm - nf tlm.M.mnrnmld.vl,!,.!,! '" lu"""lTCi ty, a candidato for the Domocrhc .. , v. lVs, that' .s the word usd ov .11)1)1 ..p..0... . sv.t!r..,s 111111 flin. '" o l'-' in " If to 'ip tvtvitnekv .Uui- -i lf.n for Representative nomination '" Representative R. V. Thomas in desWe don't see how cheap a Shoe we can adjustment of Uie Uuis cf tratle and Congress, from the 4th district. cribing of Tobacco Growers follows: the treatment accorded orpr.ccs, but tiiq actual dlficulty setflis , Gen-waolectlon Augtis:-J- ganized PrimJ "U.bar, ifraternal, agr.cul'tirul or to i;e In sell. We see how good Shoe we can sell. labor and farmers' un.ons the fact that tupiUil Is afraid 1914. by the Democratic Hcuse cf Reprtseii consumers' organjzat. ons shall not lie of the nojtional aUinimstralfon mid of You won't grumble about the price you. :Mr. held or construed to bo llesaj com- tile policies which jt Nu.v, tatives at Washington. proiostis to railbinations In restraint of trade under AVonder whaf. the Balkan people Thomas ,'s not a Republican Congressroad through Congress. Hence, Uie have worn a pair of our Oxfords. anti-tru- st laws." man from Maf.ii or Colorado, but a ,'.e Work of lirolonMiiir i think of the Mexican situation?. ,.,i Accprd.ng to a Kcntuckiaii Pron"-Un- r Democrat from an adjo'n.ng county, fnr,v..l ..,,, i jii.Lii.. aiujieiiuuiis e v. ..m.u The waiting at Vera Cruz After all, service is worth and a ca"r.ll!date for terpnses necessary to keep juice with in the nent in offical life is simply very good. Also the watch. ng- freely reo:ats the law and third Kentucky d'strict- - For years the raiiid growth of the n.tion is deal more to our customers than low-price- d, as it already Is. jiaralyzed In the midst of plertny . After Huerta what? asks an ex- labor lias striven to gst an amendment "Just as soon, however," said lie. Business says law exwear-ou- t jt has till the laws it was to Uie Sherman anti-trueasy-t- o change. At last accounts it Oxfords. empting organized labor from prose-cuf.c- "as one of these organizations over- nerds- - What business .wants Is mi n Villa. steps one of the provisions of the an t.ho-.i nortunitv for trying to protect itself . , in tn -- " tn ... .. W E.U.X1.111 UJI, lrlivs it will be subject According to A. O- Stanley the stee against the heartless greed of gold. iui. iiiv WU19UU3 o:ow ajiul Uie whtols trust caused Uie high price of beef After all the efforts and.promises the prosecution, conviction prid sentence go 'round with everybody busy and and the generalization when is to bo House has passed fiteafc. .Ai.i Is meaningless anld somo.Jiiliig 'which written Into the now law will not be money flowing frc-e- t(hrolughout the which may ,bnak length awd bredth of the land. It is a pity that dead men can up every labor organization and to- worth ths paper it is written on." When we tejl no tales, in that New Hnjven bacco pop.l in the country. They Aiik-e- d The Kentuckians here have been jisychologlcal"overcome these "merely conditions which have earnestly discussing within the Jast affair. for bread and were given a stone. followU in two dajs the propriety of trjlng ,wlh of Bryan Jt rts .ICompany. these wholesome conditions Dut In the language of Mr. TJiomjis they Sometimes a politician-stav -- j may to mend a fence, but digs a Utfteh were "buncoed." However that is floor of the House but they see no un follow,' but Uiey will rise under not the only bit of buncoing which Jus od fashioned Rejmblican adminis1 instad. , chaace of success- boon done under tho present administration, and not before. Lexington Joe advertisements, fan advertise- tration, and Mr-- Thomate Jias been Only One Entirely Satisfac- Leader. make interesting reading helping along dn much of It. The ments tory. people have been ".buncuU" by the these days. A Texas Wonder. "I have tridi vr(-ioed, and. ho took much troublo to ap- - tow when opposing his elevation owr colic and Underwood taKff They Every effort Bhou'U be made to been "buncoed" An law. currency have diarrhoea remedies, hut the only one The Texas Wonder cures kidney an jiear to advantage in her eyes. Ho Kur.atou, llbss and Porbblug tva and that has given me this ,ie entire satlsfaaj'on denwided ujion jTsotial keep mediation from lapsing into mere "reional bank" business, and they nnd cured me when 1 was afllcted bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, not oniv learned to Uance, an acccmi-!tw- lt ' Donilliirlt haa V mil...- meditation. cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, nlishment. which must have taxed ""'""' nA.w.l iij,ui- """i 1... are i(bout to be 'buncoed" on the is Chamberlain's flollf. nhnlira nml rheumatism, and all Irregularities of hls perseverance to the utmost, butl ing for Ids rftMk. But; Brlstow was anti-iru- st legislaUon. .We do not know D!!irrboea Renl(Jy. Senator Bradley died, comparativei ree0mend it to the kidneys and bladder in both men forced to admit him a sjijcndld adhe spent some months In learning ly a poor man. No graft pver parsed whether that word would fit the mess,my frWn(a at a UBae wrReg g. and women. Regulates ministrator- Ho hod been a; member bladder trou- Spanish; and it is s'gnlftcant that uiuu me jjecreiary oi oiaie iius X. Gallowaiy, Slaswart, S. C. For sale into his hands . of Uie general :tiff since IM rti- bles in children .If not sold by your to Uie end of his lfc gotten us into Jn our fore'gn relatjlons bj. A1j Dealers, ' ,. ; he nu)mcd a ,. es. druggist, will send by mall on re Oertainly-tlmefUThere Jias ana uie .Mexican tangle or not. flir. ."j"10 AVar .pious vocabulary of those tender . coj ncad- - I" ceipt of $1.00. One small botUe Is ...x...J officers are erieen a new generation which never Thomas, or someone else, may have President Says Conditions Are two months' treatment, and seldom diminutives .which fall so gracefully trained in Btra:gy. WoUierspoon is. ieard of "Annie Rooney." up a new term. to hunt from Sjnuijsh lijw." regards us a high authority on infalls, to perfect a cure. Send for tes"Psychological." In tho heat of bitter controversy It is easy for Congress to do what HON. R P. ERNST. day tho officers of the timonials from this and other states. WJlllam Wallace Wotliersjioan, Major fantry tactics. Ho is a mci,n of great The other it wants to do, when it wants t u0 Dr. B. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. force and intelligence- lieod of he general The Kentucky Post, published at XatJonal Implement and Vehicle As- General ni.l what Wilson wants it to do. Ho must rtj-in November of Ohio Manufacturers' Cov:i.gtcn. Kentucky, stf.'f, has been called an "arm-chaIn a recent delation, Uie 4m this year by the ojemtjoii of Uio ago Sidelights on Mexico. We recenUy Jteaitl a Democratic or- Issued soldier-referred odltor,'ally to lr. Association amd the Illinois ManufacBut this was a gij.o injus- limit Jaw dmjijte lie is In the most on- he Krnst'is calidldacy as follows: ator sieak for two hours and turers' Association calltd on PresiWashington, D. C, May 30. .The tice to lHtrhaps i(he most efficient vjnhle health and jKwJUveJ.t bloomnever mentioned tho tariff. man in the army. If Wothorsjwon Congressional district dent Wilson ami iiresentcd jietitions. reivort Uiat Privcj'.e Parks was "The Sixth ing. If there's a ncrap on along the In has not been overly represented in in the names of their associations. there is u Rio Grande, however, insane from a poisoned cig sits jn an 1912,de-clare- s ToJs were not ain'Cssue-It's a gi.xl guess, prayuig that all Uiglslation affecting arette given him by a Mexictvi grl tolephono at his olbow, two rows of ho the United SJates Senate. In fact, Docs Senator Chilton. his fine old clockwork brtin will htay the last Senator from iiis district, the business world now iiendlng Jn when ho rode atra ght into Uio Mex jiusli buttons on tho desk before him, ngiit v.hei-think tea was an Issue in 17TC? It Is. was John G. Carlisle, and, so far as Congress be withheld until u trade ican lines on tho back cf one blooded and t battalion of subordinates nearUp to u present time Huerta has we know, the first Sixth district Re- - cominissoncou'll makoa careful sur- - horse and loading another, is h ghly by who step mighty lively (when AV. Always Load to Bettor Hoalth. Is publ,can ever Jj piijivre to the honor. ve" of commercul coudlUons and sut credible to those who have tiy.'eled W. W. sjieaks. neither resigned nor saluted. It Serious s.ckiichsos start in disordtime for Prof. Wilson tJ uso the rod. s the one who is at j)rest.iit be.ng n,'t a report upon which Congress In the "land fo Uio greasers." The TJio general staff is tho brains of ers of the btoniach, liver and lddnoys-TJtRIch-cou'- d enact laws sabisfactorj' to all .Mexican women have often given CJil the army. It Is Uio office organizaWe have hoard Stanley on Beckham s:rongly pressed for the jtlace. beat corrtvtito and lirevtutlve is concerned. tion in t.me f jkwo and .war for a'l poisoned to tht-Jlovers out of and we arp anx:ous to hear IVlckham ard P. Ernst, of ovlngton. Dr. King's New Ufo Pills. They These jietltioners stated h('d "H.'s Jits for us in SifMcy Ioks like tjiey both SIxUi a cand'dacy- potency because ho represented u trifle like thCiat they TJi a herb is nettu, or toloaohl, aiiM States, fighting forces of tho Unit! Purify Uio Blotl Prevent Constiia-tlopeciiUjifchave strong cases. keep Liver, ICJdnej and Bowels Wothorsjioon has always been the nianufao'ur ng tstablish-lil- Cie piiCnts spread m many slightly is u home man. HJs jieoiile before thousand President Wilson says tho1- - busi nients, with a little oter u mil!. on different spcus almost ail over tho thinker, the Hirector. For this reason in healthy condirSon. Glte you better llwelt here In Covington and hre ness is not bad, if you will no:j think ho and his brothers and their famll- - omjiloyes and a total invostment ot earUi- - if 's our Jinison wied. The his nomlnatjon as major general was heaf,Ui by ridding tho ostein of ferniQiiting anil gassy foods. Kfoctlvo it is bad. Ho must belong to hte itti have dwelt. TJuir k'.islo'.U live ometliIn short of u billion ollars. H.liUu women use it for the same vigorously ojiosd two years tigo. Christian scientists. They also told tho Pres.dont that jiurivose as Uieir Mexican sifters, to But JiJ, wits duo to Wothcrspoon in and mild. 25c., at your Druglst. here. Their activities largely are con-- 1 Buckleu's Arnica Salvo for All "business is htvtating," 'Uio unem-i- s cause their lovers to Jose their minds. large measure Uir, the general staff Now that Socy Daniels has abol- Jirod here. The Senator, al candidate Hurts. t wldpjy known- - He has been success Ployed are numbered by Uio hundreds Hindu robbers mix it in candy and was reorganized. Before MaJ. ished wine on board the Natal vessels ot thousands," and Wood, backed by Wother-sjwoful it in alright to extend shore leave J In as a lawyer and just, as successful awaits investment-- "abundant caiiltfil give It by some tricky b the inmates jiut up their groaJtJ figlit, all leading his jiarty prgUUlzUon. Not of a house. The eaters of Uie candy one o'clock in the morning- claiming to be an ora'ior, he hap ' Tlio President's rejily io these are thrown into a Uceji riloep, under correspondence of Uio gonera! staff The Panama Canal is about forty luid to go thru .the adjur.uut general's just ob useful to tho as- - tloners was a most extraordinary one. cover of which the burglars loot. Wiles long, but Uie speeches which itfrlng candjdate an ability to "mix," Ho was ft ware of the rather dis-- a plaint department. Tlds jmrely clerical de- ToloacJU Is a ?j(ve been made on the tolls quesgenuine Democratic jileasuro in Iqulotjng conditions of commerce and with white flowers and curious peed jurn:ent eaddltjd a Jcjnd of veto uption mould fill it; from end to end. meeting his fellowmon and a bovcr- - trade, but sajid these condition were vessels projecting much like the horns on 4.he general stcf f. If it d iln't like "merely psychological, gentlemen, of a steer. Te seeds are pounded and the general staff's orders Uiey didn't The speech of Mr. Stanley would filing courtesy, tact and geniality. merely psychological." In fact his success lu mixed in the tobacco of a cigarette-Usuall- go ithru. Imagine suoli a bit of red left him have been a strong indictment against "My son," observed Uio irto parlargely unspoiled. There are many in inelanchplip idiocy atild (lum- tape vbout the Dej.rUnent of War. be Republicans, because of jiresent ' iBttf if Wothersjwon has not had condjUons; but Uiat jiariy .s not in this district who dtffer wlUi him in ent, us o "walloiied" the howling ber arp Induced, but some fcmies there national politics, but there are few who youngster across h.'e knee, "this is is vjolnet madness and oven quick sc much field exporionco as some do not wish Win well Jn his tarn-- , hurting me more than It oes you-- ' death. It has .been usd by iMexA&n br.gudler geuciu's he at, Ittiit can bay Yes," sobbed Uio boy, 'but not in men to kill a rival. unfair forUio nowspajiers to prl'n to secure rhe Republlcvu Senaho served Uncle Sam at a tenderer fnUmate that Gov. McCreary torial nomination. Also, by way of the same place." Toloachi must not bo confused with lje. Ho cnlisti fl In .tho navy (Ui a Mr. Camden Senator, because postscrliit, there are many who will It was purely and merely ipsycholojV maringuana, of which Mexicans aro boy despite jwrentlal opposiiotn his he haji plenty of the that !ip in a: vote for "Jt. P.," if ho is leal wit,h the father, but it waa u'bso- - so fond that they form clubs to family Is' of prominent In the 'Dis sulwtantio "flukes the mare go" and concrote smoke it. The Rio GrarUo border uu trict pf Columbia. A naval officer told nominated, just by way of booaYig lutely a home man nad being able to Bay l projwslUon so fur as tjio boy at the thoritjts are active in chocking the blm ouoiduy ho bad made a mistake- - and mighty good feed too may bo EvJdenUy Uio auggestion pf the Lou ho could never become u general found Jiere. The hay Mid grain offered invilje and Xashvlle Post, as Stanley that Covington once more possesses business end of Uie strap was con- - uso of marlguzpa for it often arouses cerned. tho basest jiasslons and loads to lust or on alm)raj by entering the service to our customers is not a miscellana real, live Senator." calls it, that Governor MoCrepjry apeous collection of Business conklltions in the United and bloodshed. that way. point Mr. Beckham to the short -- f Notice. States, jio manifest feeling of disWotherspoon, fired with viijrllko Thafy there are other Uangors than PEED enatorJal term Hid not rjnd a restrust, no to say disgust, with many bullets in Mexico, Stonewall Jackson spirit poadcreld this and finally saw from unknown sources, The A. S. of B. Stock committee ponsive ejiot. hut is carewill ship frdm stock Beaver of the jiollolcs and processes of the learned Jn tho Mexicnjh. War, accord- Uie light. He must go ) West IV'nt fully selected goods from the best lVhy didweland"7000 men at Vera Dam, Monday, Junp 22. 1914. seadmlnstraton at Washington, and ing to tflio occolunt pf Ileut. or Annapolis. Tho naval officer grain fields of Uio country. Try AH it and .why are they parties desiring to fablp stock Cruz, Mexico, on the determination of the American Jackson fell beneath the cured uu upjiointment at tho Army and you will bo convinced. f kejx, there? Wo were toJh of, Uie abovo date, will pldase notify Uie peojde to make a dccldcll cliango In cJiurni of a Mexican beauty. Academy for tho, cnorgotic young sail time ihat Jt was to previt Uio committee- the trend of affairs u Uio earliest op- - "Who tho magnot was ho never con or and Jn 1673 Uie "uaree W's" grad landing of certain jiortuulty may bo merely jvsychoiog- - fciuod; but Uiai he wont near to los uated. muniUons of S. L. STEVEXS, Tho Produce Merchant war. About CO of our bravo boys lost leal" withi President Wilson at this Ine liJs heart to some channliur sen- Tho only charge that could bo IXJRTBR, H. T. tbejr Jhes In that inqvement. Now, time, but, when the ballots are count orita he more than oikw acknowledge 'brought against hlni by Senator Bris HARTFORD, Commlttjje, - H irtford Republican. i t10 war at another jio.nt and it the hand vt tiio Mexcnn Federals. This Joss d th(? eXjlemUuro (f pcy. ra' of ,f(J mil! ens of dollars goes tar .taughtWho i? to blame? Is "tfcp " waded FARMERS HANDED 'id at the forthcoming c'cctlojis 11 mmmmm MEN'S OXFORDS! just as - (. t, . g-- to ng-A- s si s I Z-- Z i jfr , '""' s.t-i- . ' "." t- ' Jct r.-". '' J -- ... ,.,..,- ..., i.0 Z.tZ.. T ". """7 r--- ""'fIo Our Boys' Oxfords that a after I '..i Irlo ..'.... 1 satisfactory a I great st tn a - E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. ir. I us ' - I "i?r ir " ly arm-chai- r, 0 j o r ii to rty-thr- eo n, J m W - ' i d I n, un-U- " low-growi- Mlm W. E. ELLIS Plenty of Feed sff . mm -- V- - ; i KENTUCKY We Are Prepared The hot, sultry months are now here We are glad to announce to you that we are prepared to furnish you the warm weather wearables, sodont worry; be pleasant at all times. Our prices and qualities will bring smiles your for a cure for hot weather M;.s Hortenso Mov'Ioy, cf McIIenry.1 (1(111 w.ith .Miss AllcolllUlf snout tlio week-en- d Kuown- II IT UITO 111 I J FARMERS left Momlay for Howlng Green where she w!l onhjer Miss HaiUo Glean AMERICAN school. Bungli, WaH i ngton Si,, nro parents of i now male citizen of our city. Horn lnot wouk. returnMJsji Margaret W.llainsoii ed to licr homo near Orutmin Monday after bo.ng In school here. Mr. imil .Mr Free-Trad- e Mean slncreases in B Im- ports and g Decreases in Ex- ports of Food Products. nt In an ofloial Btatomcnt, (ho Deikirt-lneof ommcrco frankly admjts tluit thero Jias been a Urge Increase In foo Mr- - and Mrs. Alex iCarson, of Lou-'.h- v .mports uiller tho Undervcod-S3m-moii- a faces. to us lie, have returned home after a Tarff Jaw and n, corresponding several day's vis.t with relatives hero. worries. decrease in food exports. The biggest bargain we have over In Manli, l'.ill, when lie now low offered our subscribers is The Tariff vw 'U full ojicraUon, Hie imand four magnzfnes, all one ports ill fouilsluffs were vu ml at jear, for only $1.23.more thhn ?1!1 ,000,000, as ngaiiust $17,- - j will sell jou a soda fountain Wo Lndics' Lisle Union Suits 2oc 300,000 in .March, 1913, iwhen tho farn and some show casts cheap If you crs of tflie United States were HtiJ. 2.r)o Liidios1 Lisle Vest and Pants ., conic quick. da.ne busings under tho Paync-Al- d .' Ohio County Drug Co. iMen's B. V. 1). Union Suits SI. 00 rich act . Exports in the same monrLi of 1914 Men's Nainsook Shirt and Pant's CHINAWJIRK Dinner &eis, plates, 50c covered d shea, cups and saucers, all were below $7,200,000, us compared Porns-Ivni- t Underwear 25o s.zo Idlshefl a Bjtec.al now line and witli more than $13,900,000 in Wie corLadies' KMnch Long Silk Gloves ?1.00 responding mouth of Jast year . thtap at tier & Black's . Tho s gn.ficance of thesefueures will Best Lisle Gloves, Long or Short 25c and 50c If your subscription to The 'WHEN YOU WANT TO SEE "NIFTY" UNDER- Is due, better pay up now not bq lost upon tjio fanners of the Ivory-Stic- k Fans 50c and 1.00 'and got four big magazines, all one United SUtC3- - No c'abs of niti .s MUSLINS AND WAISTS JUST COME IN AND SEE .lap Fans 5c to 50c s. iiiindful of its o.vn interest us tuc jear, for only 23 cents extra. agr.cultural population. Tbc farmers OURS. IT WILL BE A JOY FOR YOU TO SEE THEM. Neck Cords (latest fad) 25c Yellow Root WANTKDaiHSotiB, aro well organized for iKUtlcul purand a .limited amount of Mayapplc poses Sheer Fancy Lawns 10c In their granges, niJJ yet they VOU WILL BUY THEM: AND IT WILL BE A JOY FOR Hoot. Will pay cash. mako "ttlu noiso before the elcotfoais. Silk Lisle Hose 25c E- - P. MOIU2, Hartford. Hit When the comes tliey register YOU TO WEAR THEM. 1'oc uamiy raucrns in nice ijioui The naraca class the Baptist their approval or disapproval f tilie QilL-- Ilnun nn,. 1 Sunday School iti Siicndliij: 4'io week junty Jn iwwor with crushing effect. OUR BEAUTIFUL PARASOLS WILL PLEASE Cauipiug near Sinallhous. The l"ty The Repuhhcan iarty leu rued its 15c to 50c Dainty Patterns in Shadow Laces left btru Monday ui't will return to- lesson when tjio Canadian reciprociYOUR FANCY. YOU WILL LIKE ALL OUR GOODS dayNewest Designs in Allover Laoes 50c to 1.50 ty ajfement was asscd by Congress, WHEN YOU SEE THEM. AND BETTER WHEN YOU We hae in stoclt the greatest Thero seemed to bo Uttlo cohesion in 'lino of Paints, Oils, Varnishes over t)lie iirotests that came from the agUSE THEM. QUALITY YOU CAN RELY ON TO BE carriM in Ohio county. If in the ricultural reglcus at the time the market, see Hartford .Mill Co., be bill ,was under consideration, hut the HIGH AND PRICE YOU CAN RELY ON TO BE LOW: fore .purchasing. is: 4Itf farmers of tho country, with, characteristic Jealousy of tlio'.r own interWe liave in stock the greatest THE TWO THINGS THAT HAUE BUILT OUR lUncj of Paints, Oils, Eam&lies ever ests, spoke more harshly and surely at the Congressional elections which carried in Ohio county. If jn the BUSINESS. followed, marking itho ascendency of market, see Hartford Mill Co. tho Democratic party. 45tf .purchasing. Appeals to 'prejudice or passion l)r. Bean's Opera Jouse will have make little impression upon the another good picture bow Saturday phlegmatic farmer- - He js a close stuniglit. Illusrtated songs, good music dent of economics so far as his own and an hour's fun Xor only ton cents. jiockclhook is concerned. He Is now Bo iuro to come-Gooinformed by the Dopartcient oX INCORPORATED. S&V that foro'gn interests soM Magazines should be regular inoro foodstuffs last March visiters to every home. Her & Bamelt .are the exclusive agents in Hart- tihajn Jn March of the previous year. ford and vicinity and will take Proat Ho Juiows that the same amount of )lea6ure in handling your order. Anvcrican farm products must hfc(3l bean displaced. Write for catalogue and other Furthermore, the American fanner Wc have a nice line of Hardware-1LRB- . Senvlces at tile MetliodJst Church is now told that in ettdlticn o his & BLACK. and rejoqrte old'digplns, 'SnS" LOCATES 10ST MINE ,Suitlay mornsg iud evening. Sub- loss in the domestic market bo lost mined there until ithey were driven --See Albert Rial for Cabbage, Tomato FRIDAY, JAJNE 5. ject Sunday anornine: "The Cause $6,700,000' in 'tho foreign trctle, 4? out by the guerillas .who InfestcU this: 43M and Sweet Potato Slips. F SPANIARDS section at toe time. shown by the drop in exports. There-ron- e An .and Cure pf SkeptVcism-say SALVBT, the great stock xoraedy. itlhe total loss to the American League will .ho onganiced Afthat, the location of the mine, as M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table See U. S. Caraoa, Hartford. .36tt ter Sunday night seirvice. Don't farmer in March, 19,14, was $13,200,- - L He Has Dis described n the. lpgend;waa "marked pa 00Q. He wiU chalk thai up against Treacher envelopes. a tree with a Spejaujjh (mtow and a For Service, cleanliness and satisat Hartford, Ky. the DwnocraUic party and give his turkey foot Deattoerage has never lhitford Tent No. 99, K. CL T-- opinion L. ft N. time card effective Monday faction, visit City Restaurant. covered Place Thought To of U at the jUs- found this marking, tout he pavs he held a big meeting In the lodge Aug. 21st. Wire Kenoe ibest an American 4e Legendary. has found a (direct tail of old blazes hall last night at .which an aejnt No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. earth. For sale by V.. S. Carseu. Jfew Field Excites Oil Men through tho woods on the oldest trees suiper was served. The supper was dally except .Sunday. men are .becoming excited over U. S. Carson Is agent for the fa prcjvirad and served by Uie tidies of running Jn a northeast "dlrecJlon from No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. m. Three lirothena, -- Ark. Jn an Inter White River to his present to fcejin mous American Wire Fencing. the .discovery of wheil is the Christian Church. Afiter dinner discovery, dally except Sunday. fajmous, iilenn Pool view with .Elder Joe .Deatherae, moun which DISHES Her .ft Black have Just officers were elected and olhur ums-ine- extcusion of the he believes s hte lost mine. No. US South Bound due 8:45 a. m. over taiii preacher, laoturer uavl philosoThe .Glenn Pool )ia jirwluoed danlt wIUl. received another largo Bhljinieut. dally except Sunday. 100,000,000 haxnehi of oil dn the last! pher, of this place, he stated '.at ho Special Sale. No. 113 South Bound due 1:1C p. in. Mrs. Jim H.irr.bon, of Dundee, made' EYES NEED fiLASSES, .when six .years. It has onado a. Jiumibor of, thinks he has a last located tho In order to rtWuoe my stock I will dally except Sunday. a short visit to friends hero last week .you hae to hold your reading furth mllllanaircs. Jj'iiig bt&woau ttie; famous lost Spanish inino on .'and, be- 8eJI,for cash only until Juno 10, H. E. MISCHKE," Agt. by tho name of 1914, or as long as it lasts, Miss I.ucllo Taylor returned, to her er tlian 13 inches away, or have the Glunn Pool anxl the Cushing Poplj longing to a. man as folJost lows: homo sj. Liberty tlio first at the lamp between you .and your rwonlc. tlio Groat Western Potroloum fjoin Foreman, a nonresident. The We make scientific tests, fit hitft psiny Jias Just opened up J:S0 ocres-- i mhwoand niauy popple hao Joakod for Bran aud Shipst'uff, pure wheat Viallty glasses at the very Jowcst Two wells have bouu ilrjlleil, and ifj it. Deathejige says ho has Xouu old produot, at per cwt L."!FclL7"of tlio Hecald, prices. F. fi.CO J. B- XAPPAN, tliese wells jiroj'o ro bo .guahens. Jthej markings and the opeuniga of ' jhe o kl uran, pure wheat product, at wjll return iMoiulay from an cx.tcud-'.4S14. & Optician. Jcui!.t per cwt- valuo of tliis iraot of land .will bo w orklugs. i rn visit .East. Tho niiiie question is oao of tho j Shorts, puro wheat product, at Tlio pjaycnti.tlil "TJie Hoodoa" almost incalculable. Oil imen Xigure, ' Motion picture show at Dr. Bean's glvji hy Urn hJijU school atudents on 5 a!;res for a 'location, so (this leandary mines xf North Arkansas, cwt . I" ?1.C3 Opera House Saturday nljjlut. Soiuo- - FrJay night Vas Uo best of Its Mud tract uf -- SO acres can ib dWlkld .for the locat'on lileng In tho north part Red Tag Mixed Feed, at M ' thing food. , IFJfef ever.soen in IXartXf ond. and tho iteachei aver fjty wells. Tlio production of of Baou'jor county, along the Missouri 'per cwt i 51.00 i Fight tlio flks nnd mosquitoes by avIid hnfl charge" deserve credit w'rh a well .will rango all Alio way ironi Hub, hidden aoniewhero in the low ly- June Pasture,' Dairy Meal, at. ' goltlag your Screen W'iro Clotli at tho whale rust for their excellent 40 to 1,000 barrels per .day, Wul With ing Three Brother Mountains. Tho I cwt-$U5 work. Tho play Thursday night Was oil soWn at 75 cents jcr larre, nt story of the Jost mine Jias been hand- Alfalfa Meal, at per cwt , S. L, Kiflg's. $1.50 j Mr. anlj Mrs. Kills Foster ane the also good ii.id many compiling fary doeli not take long to make n for- ed down from generation to genera Feed Meal, at per cwt k$l.G0 tune, tion-- Old settlors thoroughly ibelove in Flaxseed Meal, at per y boy, liora comments liave lxen hoard on each. parents of a fjno cwt $1.85 Whai called attention; ty the sup- the legend and many oX heni never go uwensDoro bust Patent Woduesdiiy morning. Four Notice To Trustees. posed extension of the Glean JRPtfl Into the woiUs without olosely scrut- in wooU, per bbl- $5.25 Mr. Rainier TJualoy iwiiU Joave toThe trustees of the .counlty are in this vjauiity vus the oiK'iijng up Inliing every crevjoe in every bluff or Madlsonvllle best Patent Flour morrow for a week'B vlalt with a. WHENEVER nJC the XolHow'Jng of tJw faJuaus Scott well, which bibout ledge. Joe Deatbcrago was born in notified to ntopt in wood, per hbl $3.25 friend in Cddyville. of j this section, and the tale nlwajys ap named places on Saturday, June C. jf week ago produced 50O Iharr&3 I have a few toils of good feeding Mr. Jno7T-- iMoore spent WedBes-(da- y 1914, at 9 o'clock a. m Xor ibhe Pil in thirty hours. Althpegh OklaJho- -l pealed to him as thp t,rutb,and he had bay at per ton YOU SAY ANYTHING ..$12.00 and Thursday WiUjji his father at eleotlon oX tcachera for the. conning ma produces ovct $1,000,00 per week 8eiit hjs ejiane time Xor years Special prices on (Arab by the ton. in his farm near .Dundee. ifihls immediate retiming .the hUls seeking tor school year pf 19XiJ'l5: oil and in In W-- ' IB. ELLIS, it Say Something Worth ( educational Div. Ho. 1 rBarnetfa vicinity over ihirty-tthre- o nd ohe--thi- rd ,The we jhe has located lies u the We can sujiply your wants la the ProducVMerohant. While, Say ' per cent of the ad used itn. tho! foot of Second Brother dn tho t4 t--v Furniture line at rock bottom cash Creek Church. .Hnrffntvl aducaUona) Div. No. 2 Fords-vUl- United States & produced, it would' chain of mountains. The mouth oX ACTON BROS. prices. seem luat the Jboglnnlng Uas Goods Just the old mine has bten fil.'ed up to Schlcflimer's Bakery Hartford Camp 'No. 202 Woodmen Educatlonal Div. No, 3 Dundee. been made, as there aro hundreds of quiia an extent and is Jubt about large Of the World ,wlll give a picnic at Educational Dlr- - Ko. 4 Mvunt acres that have never been touched, enaugh to tfmli tfio passage oX a FOR ME. the Fair Grounds, Hartford, Ky-- , July Pleasant. and any field may spring Into prom man' body, it, starts downward at 1914 4th, Educational Div. No, 6 Green- - inence oyer nlgbu, and make a new an angle of about tweny laA, hu by Will Bring You can get four splendid maga briw- crop oX millionaires. Every night the Uve idd pf R torch bne can see that zines one year for 25 cents extra 1y iCenrtjr-tow- n. lobby of the Tulsa Jloel is enfttded Div. No. Educational it ojhjjis up jarger at the hotUMii and Are nice to record'ihe renewing your subscription to The with mun eagerly d'.'cusaing the la- goes into the mountain. No one yet passing changes in little SUNIAY BepubKcan. ICE C8EAM EVERY All trustees are urgjd to bo pres test nows from tho oil field and lias had nreve- enough to oner the fii nnn kW V.! r IX you will subscribe to The RehpJe on account oX tho narrow en- ; , iiv,oo mm ujg ones. ent aud assist Jn (he Bolootoln of speculating in oil stock publican for one dear wo will send teachers Xor (he jtchoeCs-OZNThe OroUt Western Petroleum Co. trance, hut DemUierage Is going different to you four monthly magazines Xor only 81IULT8, S. fl. O. C. Issues weekily bulWlns regarlng Ithe start to wtjden it out Immediately and 25 cents extra. derilopmuntjnthe oil fleldnd these thoroughly explore K He has an For Sale. The Hartford and Llvemioro teams You ought to have good bulletins uuiiy bo oUal"I free simp- agreement with the owner of the land W. C. SCHLEMMKR, PltOP. will crass ibats at East End Park' SatHffve a h!g stock oX iNo. 1 recUiin-e- d ly on requtat by addressing B. J. that he will give him half oX what he portraits made at least WhipporwiU Peas pu hand. Alo Waugb, Sales MaJiagor Boulder Build finds wliui he opens It. KY. urday at 2; 30. A good game is HARTFORD, once a year. Rake up two bits aud came a big stock pX Sisal Blading Twine. ing, Tu1sa, Oklahoma. The story, as Id lias pajsscd Xrdm out. W. E. EUJg, goppratian to generation is hta There's a Photographer Business Opportunity. Wf Jl Paper at, Ohio CoDrug Co. Feed and Produce Merchant, Miss Katlierlno Jones for inaiiy when the SiHiivlards niaile thejr exat Rlleyls yours stenographer dn this oflce, hut 47t4. Hartiord, Ky. Wonted partner with $000 In ex plorations on tho Ujuor Whlto River :: in Hartford 12 uathg Get Ct4 recenL'y of BurkosvLUe, Ky county rljjht proposition. tliey locaK-f- d tbo mlno nnd vorMll It, cellent las reBhavlnc rarlor. Splondid possibilities. Full investi- mining and Helling silver ore. Before j; Miaa Gorin Flener 'roturnod to er turned to Hartford where she wjjl b FOR FLETCHER'S gation. Address W. S. 308 Intcr-Soutthe war, the story goes, Uo Spaniard Uouwi near Cromwoll Saturoly after ( employed by A'Jtornojy Heavrln & ern Bldg., louiavjllo, Ky. came into .the country with pld maps ' Kirk. being in bcuVp; Aero. .,.k;.,.i.i-i- - Mr. Kcvvn Holbrook wi.ll return hom.j today ami w.ll ha acooinpanl-J- 1 by M S3 Alnriani and .McIIenry. Try Read below: - rft LOVELY WEARABLES FOR WOMEN I lnr l a t-- -- j ! Too many things that will add comfort join to you to mention. Our advice the "DoiiU Worry Club" and trade with A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Ae-fo- ro -- JB&Z&l&Go, d Colm-mcr- ce CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. i Hartford Republican. " Ej-wo- ur Itakutt .J as - J -- it'f w to!t-pou- ,.... e- The Quality a Pleasant Smile. IB - f The Hartford Bakery t BUT - tor2 Children Cry CASTORIA h- SCHROETER. m&mhhm BIRTH OFA RIVER, MILK AS A FOOD. LONDON'S "SEASON." I Oliio County How the St. Lawrence, the Oldest In the World, Was Formed. ITS BED WAS MADE TO ORDER. Nature Saved This Historic and Stream fie Trouble of Cut. ting a Channel For Its Course From the Great Lakes to the Sea. Wliiit is tlio oldest rher in the world? It Is also one of Tho St. I.nwronce. tlic few rivers that did not have to make Its own bed and has remained uncliniiKed since the very beginnlnc of the American continent. Try to think of a time when the earth was covered by n mass of water, Jjot. steaming and often tremendously disturbed by the throes of a globe beneath It that was shrinking becnne It was becoming cooler. As the globe shrunk every particle of the outside was naturally pulled In toward the center, and the hardening crust, which could not be packed any more solidly than It was. had to wrinkle, sinking down here and bulging up somewhere else After n time certain of these rising wrinkles, or folds, the thicker or (Inner paits of the earth's crust, stood the strain and became permanent ridges. The oldest of them that geologists know and apparently the Hist that bulged up above the universal ocean mid remained high and dry was the broad mass ' on which Canada now rests. It Is a part of tho original crust of the earth, and we can see It today wherever It Is not covered by newer rocks nr soil Just as It crystallised and cooled out of the primeval molten ma terial. This mass formed a broad V from Xdbrador down to Lake Huron and thence northwestward to Alaska. On Account of Its shape geologists call It tbe Canadian shield. It Is the oldest land known and apparently the strongest, for there are no signs of nny extensive changes In it (except the wearing nwny of the surface) since It first rolled the ocean off Its shoulders. Off the eastern coast of this primitive continent lay a chain of lofty islands about on the line of the Blue Bidge. the White mountains, the Maine coast and Norn Scotia. Between these Islands and the mainland was a trough-Jlk- e space that ran from eastern Quebec southwestward to Ohio. It was two or three hundred miles wide and filled with n shallow sea. and just outside tbe island chain was the great hollow that held the Atlantic ocean. Time went on. For ages the straining end cracking of the shrinking flobe, earthquakes, sun and frost pounding surf, running water, blowing Sties, ice all labored to tear down the mountains and carry tbe wreckage of rocks and dust away into the valleys tod seas. In this way vast masses of rock in layers of shales, sandstones. AOd what not. were laid down in that Otrrow, troughlike sea between the .Chain of Islands and the continent. All these "sedimentary" rocks were oft and weak as compared with the olid old granites deeply rooted ou lther side of them, and the trough itself, a sagging fold, was n line of weakness in the crust As the load or deposits became heavier and heavier the floor of this trough slowly yielded, and as It sank toward the heated region below the underside melted and Crew thinner and thinner. That could not go on forever, and soon the continual shrinking of the globe and tho enormous pressme of tbe weight of the ocean became irresistible. The Canadian shield was Immovable, so the rock in the trough began to bulge or crumple nil along Its length. Gradually, not all at once, but by slow and varying movements, those folds were .squeezed up. which in their broken and worn down form wo know as the Appalachian mountains. Toward the south tlieie was room for this action to lie rather gentle ami regular, but in the far northeast the trough was nariow, and the .solt locks Weife set on edge, overturned and splln tered against the solid continent. Very early In the struggle a great frpcture of the earth's crui-- t oceinred here along a curving uoitlieast and southwest line. It left a deep and broad trench between the crushed and displaced rocks of the tiougli and the granite thoro of the Canadian shield Into this trench rushed all the Interior waters of the continent, draining away to the sea. and the St. Laurence liver was born! There, no doubt. It will remain ns long as the earth keeps Its present form. At that time there was no gulf of St Lawrence. The land extended out to n coast line that .stretched iiulnoken from Nova Scotia to Labrador. The present gulf Is the result of a sinking of the coast region Most of It Is very shallow, but a dmtt of soundings fellows tho ancient river bed as a channel winding out between Newfound-lauand Cnpe Itietou to the deep oeeun. Youth's Companion. Ho Simply Asked. It Has More Dry Matter and Nutrition Tlmn Some Solids. The food value of mill;, though a hackneyed topic, Is worth a moment's consideration, writes 1). H. Ilurrli In Farm and I'Ireslile. Though It Is n liquid, milk contains more diy matter Skeptics can sur-p:ithiiti some solids. themselves some dull day by put ting a pin of milk In the Inner part of a double boiler, evaporating It and observing the dry matter It contains The figures that follow are Intel est Inf. too, f loin a food basis: Per cent Units of dry matter, eiiuygv Foods. c 't Milk 12.6 that milk contains more food solids and units of energy than any attlcle in the list. Milk uNo Is mote nourishing than tea. coffee or the com mon soups as ordinarily made. it aNo has this advantage, that practically all of Its solid matter Is digest ed It really contains no waste. A quill t of milk weighs about --M pounds, jvhlch makes milk almost al ways cost less than fi cents a pound, tho cheapest; of all common foods ex ccpt Hour and grain products, cheap cuts of meats and starchy vegetables such as potatoes. All these products leqiiiic preparation and cooking, which ndd to nil their original cost and should be consideied In preparing foods. The method for" selecting the best grade of milk from the kinds avall'i bio Is a question which the consumer must help himself to answer. The bed general rule Is to observe the keeping If kept In a quality of the milk. clean place at a temperature of (10 degrees F. or less, good milk will remain hours after delivery. sweet twenty-fou- r RIOT A Splmch Tomatoes Notice Ostots Mlflirooun v. 11.3 11.7 T.T "' ! ' 100 5.7 OF POSTAGE STAMPS. Room and Its Furniture Literally Covered With Them. old cathedral town of Chichester. Kng laud. Is the Itlslng Sun. in North Bersted. a house of Interest to all who collect stamps, for the little Inn contains a room that Is covered, ever Inch of it, with postage stamps! Ceiling, walls, doors, chairs, tables, picture frames all parts of the room except the floor are thickly covered while from the celling hang long fc toons and ropes made of bundle's f stamps for which there was no othei room. There ore fully 2.000.000 stamps pasted up and 1,000.000 more In these Within easy walking distance of the festoons, while great bundles, one of which holds 00,000 stamps, hang among the heavy loops. But it is not only the amazing number of stamps that attracts the vlsl tor's attention. There Is evidence on all sides of great Ingenuity. The pl" turcs inside the stamp covered frames are of stamps themselves. The ceiling Is ornamented with n great slur. The arms of tbe neighboring town of Bog-no- r are over the fireplace and the tablecloth shows the Eiffel tower! Queen Victoria Is surprisingly lifelike In carefully chosen stamps of different colors. The Prince of Wales' featheis and the crown ure also represented. Most of the stamps arc penny Kuglisti stamps, but there are others from nli over the world. One door is n bright yellow, covered entirely with the Swan Itlver stamps of Western Australia. It is all the work of the landlord, who. already a stamp collector, thought of this as an amusing way of disposing of duplicates. lie finished the room In celebration of the queen's Jubilee. Youth's Companion. Music of the Spheres. The ancients weio of the opinion that sacred "tradition" that dali's l.uk nearly n centuiy mid a half. The Inaugural of the operatic season has come to be Its actual beginning, ill though otllclaily the London season does not begin until the pilvute lc of the Itoyal acailcinj, on the Satur ri i.v previous to the first iipnday In .ia.v. Important ns It Is to attend the opera's opening performance, the Ko al academy prlxate view and dinner still continue to be the great Inaugiu.ii functions of the season. It Is a sub lime recognition of the power of thej fotnth estate that the piess men aie given the tlr-- t glimpse of the new paintings comprising the Itoyal academy's annual o.hlbitlou. i:on royalty has to be content with second plate. On the Wednesday preceding the prl Mite view the gentlemen of the press have sole pos.sesslon of the gallery. Every Important newspaper of tlrcat Britain anil Iteland Is Invited to send a representative, and the Uindon tor-- ' respondents of the big American and colonial newspapers are also similarly1 honored. All day Wednesday and Thursday morning they nine the gallery to themselves. On Thursday afternoon tbe members of tho royal family take possession of the exhibition.; Then comes the Itoyal academy dinner, at which custom prescribes that the royal family and the cabinet must be represented. The "private view" Is an accurate phrase, except that it Is not private and the crush Is so great that It Is almost Impossible to view the paintings. Everybody who Is anybody must go, however, and those Americans who ' are excluded from Burlington house on that day of fate may as well return homo and try to forget. True, they may later visit the gallery and study the works of art in a leisurely and comfortable manner, but what social climber wants to do that? The London season, ns an institution, was established by George III.; but. as In many other matters, that amiable monarch did not show good Judgment and started the season in January. When Queen Victoria came to the throne she inaugurated the metropolitan season in February, but Inter she changed the date to nbout the first of May. After the death of her consort the Loudon season had to get along without royal participation, but despite this handicap It gradually increased In Importance. It is the harvest season for the hotels and the merchants ol Bond and Regent streets and Plccadil I i J ly every Kngllsh noel and In hundieds of Buitllsli short stories. It Is u solid The ljudoii "season ' figures Officially Opens With tho Private View at the Roval Academy. In near- HOTEL POWHATAN MGTO D.C. iUOFAMERICANi In a city where tooj hotels bound, the Powhatan heads the litt. It It first In the hearts of its countrymen. The Towlialan is retncJ, exclusive, ami restful. In excellent location on IVnn'yU'ama, Avenue, 18th ami II btrcets, makes it a desirable headquarters (or hridali couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to man? points of historical interest, makes this lintel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan otters rooms with detached bath at $1.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50, $3.00 and up. Write for booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. Blrkhc.vl, Circuit Court T. 1 .ludgo; Bon I). Ulngo, Attorney; W. 1'. Mldklff, Jailer; K. U. Bnrrnss, Clerk; L 13. Blrkhead, Master Commissioner; It. T, Collins, Trusteo Jury Kiind; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, D.nuitles- - S. A. Bratcher; Hartford. offlco deputies .Mrs. S. O. Keown m(d Clllmoro Keown. Court convenes first 'Monday In February and continues three weeks; third .Monday In Apt 11. two wooks; third Monday In Uctober, two weeks. County Court John B. Wilson, Judge; W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk; C. II. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convsnes first Mondnvv In each month. tliiarterly Court Brylns on the first Monday In every month Court of Calms Convene first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday in October. Other County Officers- - C. S. Mo-loSuncjor, roiUsUllo, Ky., It. I" I). No. 1'; Tom Mines, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; O.tm Shults, Superintendent, Hartford, Dr. A. B. Ulley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton, Iload Engineer, Hartford. y, Otto C. Martin K Attorney at Law HARTFORD, 1i!b ICY. profctalon In this Will praotlco and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Pmctice a Specialty. Barries & Smith Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. nnd C. 13. W. II. Barm i Mirwns. Smith announoe MiM llwy luivo .form-- a iKirtnTiItlji for tlio general of law, overpt criminal and diwr cosed, Mr. Smith b'Jng County Attor-nn- y Is piiVMiitod from pracd'eitig such ccis. Mr. Ikirtktt will individually In Offlc.a accept such practice Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K" JUSTICES' COL UTS. LiJlLiJJiJiJAiUIII HAVE YOL'lt SUITS Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Repaired. Hats Cleaned and Work called for and delivered. month. Club rate $1.00 per Glilli, ly. New York World. Hartford Pressing Naval Nicknames. Curious nicknames are applied to vessels of the British navy. The Ariadne Is known ns the "Hairy Annie" or 'IlaRgy Agony." the Narcissus as "Nasty Sister," the Cressy as the "Greaser." the Inconstant as the "Inkstand." the Iphlgenla as the "Silly Jane." the Lucifer ns the "Match Box." the necate ns tbe "He Cat" or "Tbe Tom" and the Neptune as the "Jew's Harp." In the American navy similar nicknames have been used to some extent. The Sassacus was known ns the "Sassy Cuss.'" tho Mlautonomoh as "My Aunt Don't Know You." the Wlssa hlckon as the "Widow nigglns." the Winnebago or perhaps the Wyalusliu: ns "We Know She Goes Slow." Chicago News. GUNTHEK BLDG.jCENTKK ST. HARTFORD, KY. USE LIV-VER-L- AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oE Constipation. Foci rieht all the time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel x Keeps you when pleasant Lw- on your feet, whilorclievingyour trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako inything else. You can't niTorc it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves const rpation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It wii won't be long before Liv- - Vcr-La- x completely displace calomel in everv home. Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle cuar-- l nntecd. 50c and $1 in bottles. None fjenuino without tho likeness nnd signature of L. K. Grucsby. For salo by J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky Ver-La- ritis or l'lrt Cliiliinwn-.- ly (Imp. I didn't mean It lltor.illy. don I'iiiuIi. bow nro you? First Fecund Clubinan Lr so so. perhaps. Last week thought I was In for i lieu, malic fever, but just iunuiii.ed to stai it off. iiiid"to(ln.r a twlniro In my left It limy bo neuhhoulder suggts-we- ll. Clubman-Well, 1 dear Luti. A clover man turns groat trouhtai Into little onus and little ous Into . Proverb. none ut ull.-Chl- pZ.sDll Hartford Ronuullcan zsaasxtssn:. ' -. 111 V m Early Croziers. The earliest mention of the use of a for our club." ciozler Is of one carried by Ataldus. "Well, you want to get out and run nrchblshop of Itcluis. who died A. D. errands, clean up yards, collect old 0&I. An ancient Saxon or Norman Iron, blft ashes and earn the money." font In WlnchesteV cathedral has n "Oh, no. Those methods are archaic very old representation of n bishop Kan-.sn- s We propose to have u tag day." Succeed when everything else fails. with a crozler. probably' the earliest City Journal. In nervous prostration nnd femalo example to be found in England. A weaknesses they ore the supreme crozler of rude shape is cut on the remedy, as thousands have testified. Naturally. MtCALL PATTERNS tomb of Bartholomew, bishop of ExFOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND C'.!tW?,'ca '"' ,S,lf' t. Impllclty and Mrs. Jones Men never know how eter from 1101 to US4.-Lon- dou Graicii4uiijr ncany jcari. bold In STOMACH TROUBLE much they owe to their wives. Now, phic. the f every cityorand town direct. Un,tr.t ititei "nS by mail Canidi, it is the best medicine ever cold More nld than there's Mr. Blank, who Is praised by any other make. Send lor tree cataloCue. over a druggist's counter. every one ns n successful man. but McCALL'S MAGAZINE Rungs of the Ladder. &'A4Egx xXTSJasz?sc3Gfwmzn-mTtrmw- ' what would ho have been If he had .nore iuuM.rii.crs than nny other faihiod Thomas A. IMNon nt a dinner onco magazine-milli- on a month. Invaluable. never married? Mr. Jones A bachelor, endeavored to Instill courage Into u est styles, nithntc ili.c.in.Lln.. ...mi I at. my dear. Pittsburgh Dispatch. plain tewing, fancy necdlewoik.JTll-drtulnJ- ! disappointed man. etiquette, pood iloriei, etc. Only 60 (worlli double), Including a trie icm u "You haven't got on." said Mr. ElliUcrfBe today, or cnd tor taninlef nnv Their Bond of Union. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. on trying you'll son, "but If you keep . feununrnni irUlll.bIWLri; "Tailors mid lawyers have one thing succeed In the end The successful Tho most economical, clcnnslnr; nni Staip Oft leers President, J. 11. nunuuirvL Postal brlnm premium In Agents. cataloirua In common." Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presl-den- t, germicidal of all antiix-pllcIs UndfKWC rue onus, Address man's life is Just like yours, only bo J. II. Burnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; CUE McCAIX CO, ::S to 2S (Y. J7th St.. NCW Y0SK "What Is that?" i keep up the light; he doesn't give In. Secretary & Trcns., S. B. Rohortbon, -ly- xis-cisaay "Both are always ready to press USJf "Yes." Mr. KdWim ended, "the ladder Calhoun. Ky.; Organizer, T. IL suits." Baltimore Auieilcmi. of success Is composed of round after rtfciMiWiTmiimn Hartford, Ky. Star. .Members Stnto Executive Board-B- on round of failure."-Washing- ton I Well Read. J. W. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Dunn,WntBon, Webstor county; Pirtlo, AND &EJKE THE i.l!WCSS Maude linn let can read her husDaviess county; llunry Villlno Messenger. band like a book. .Mario Well. sheV. bo dissolved in water as needed. Ohio county,; E. 1. Ray, Hardin counMis. Subtil bs (to tratnpi O'lt of had experience. He Is her thlid volAs n medicinal nnti3optio for douches ty; C. G. Davcnportt, Warren county. work, are jouV Then ,vou'ro Ju( In WITH Transcript. ume, Isn't Ohio County Officers S. L. Stevin tieatlng catarrh, inllammntion or time. I've u cord of wood to he cut ulceration Henry Pirtlo, Sec- lima nf nnao ilirn.ii nml lvit ens, President; up, mid I was Just going trt s.ll( for In a Cheap Restaurant. . caused by fomluino Ills it liEsmmiiii Irotaryi H. H. Bonnott, Treasurer, Tramp-Th- at, mi, Guest I would like a cup of tea, n man to do It. For ten years the Lydla 13. Pl.tl.bam COUNTY BOARD OP EDUCATION'. 3 Osiin Shults, Chairman, Hartford, giocu and black mixed. I don't take mum? Where does he llveV I'll go Modlclno Co. has recomniondid Paxtlno Ky. prjTnTi Host-O- ne cup of half and balfi nnd got him. Boston TrniiM'ript. milk. in tholr prlvato correspondence with GUCHS Fta .1 (II 1. O. h. Terry, Hartford. Ky. FQHC U1.US Trio) Celtic M Wosuedl-Dcti- olt Tillies. womon, which' proves its suporlority. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fords Hie, Ky. In nsMHitlHls unity. In doubtful things women wao navo boon curd say HLl-J2i!- i s. Ira Boarth, Olaton, Ky. It in "worth its weight Jn gold." At Tltt blue of heiivoii is liirger tliaw iberty. In till tilling 1. 11. O. Autry, Diilzotonn, Ky StfABAWTEKD BATlflWArvr rvi7v 3 i sv tks) cliHid.-- E. B. Itrowuluc. druggwt. 50c. largo box. or by bw. 5. E. U. Austin, Prantlss, 0. J. L. Brown, Ilosltnort, Ky. 'Ilio I'aston Toilet Co.. Uoatou. Mass. Modern Finance. "We boys wish to raise .some money the planets In their movement through space produced severally the seen notes of the gamut. This music. It was contended, was Imperceptible to human ears on account of the fact that it was too powerful for our hearing. Otheis held that men did not hear It simpl because they were so used to It. Just us we do not notke the loar of the cltj from our constant familiarity with it The real "music of the spheres" Is puioly Intellectual, lying In the great and splendid tact of the universe ol law and order. Eating Snails. Colonel Newnham Davis has described the ideal conditions of snail eating. "At Prince's." he writes "the horned thing Is eaten with proper rerenlony. In a silver bowl, with u silver three pronged fork ns a means of conveying the alleged dainty to the mouth, the tilings nro long, black gelatinous brought to the table very hot nnd swimming In a sauce In which lard and onions mid gaille seem to tie tho principal components Hpeaied on the fork, tho snail goes into one's month, nnd then comes one of the ciltlcal moments of life." Loudon Stand, ml. I I sLieetrflc' I Bitters SPECIAL TO WOMEr a Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after ;!d Monday in Alnrcli, Tuesday lifter Sd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3d Monday In September, Tuesday after ltd Momlay In December. L. A. McD.mlel, Kockport, Friday after ISd Monday in .March, Friday after 3d Monday In June, Friday after 3d Monday In September, Friday after 3d Monday in December. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3d Monda In March,, Wednesday after 3d .Monday lit June, Wednesday after 3d Moifday In Sep tember, Wednesday after 3d Mon- -' day in December. H. C. Ticht'nor, Ccntertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday in each month. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday nfter I'd Monday In March, Ttiesda) after I'd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3d .Monday In August. Tues day after 3d Monday in Novomber. W, S. Dean, Dundee. after the second .Monday In March, Wednesday after 111 .Monday in May, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August. Wednesday nfter 3d Mon- day in Novomber. Ben F. IUce. Fottdsvlllo. Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, Thursday after I'd Monday in May, Thurs day after 2d .Monday in August, Thursday after 2d Monday in November. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday after 2d .Monday in Murch, Friday nfter 2d Monday in May. Friday after 3d Monday in August. Friday after 2d Monday in November'. HAItTFOItD BOLICE COUBT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; .McDowell A. Fogle, City Attorney; J. I. Stevens, Marshal; Court concncs secoiid Mon day In each month. City Council J. C. Her, Mnor; It. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Bi-net- t, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Bate, J. D. Ilalph, A. C. Yclser, W. H. Gillespie. School Trustees J. I). Duke, Chairman; H. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. .Taylor, and E. Ellis. KELIOIOUS SERVICES. 51. E. Church, South Services morning and qvenlng ueny first and third Sunday in each month. Sun-Ja- y school a. m. I'raycr meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. U. W. Napier, pastor. Baptist Church Sen Ices morning and evening every second and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school J: 43 a. m. I'raycr meeting cery Wed nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Bottle, pastor. Christian Church Sen Ices every third and fourth Sunday at 11 u. in. Ml 7 p. m. Sunday school U:30 n. in. Elder Gwlnn, pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 0"r, F. and A. M. meets every first .Monday night . H. Hteeiis, in eacii iiiontii. V. AL; Owmi Hunter, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. SI O. E. S. meets every second and fourth Mon- uay evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. 1'.; .Miss ElUaboth Miller, Secretary. Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight of Pythias meets every Tuesday o oiling. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. iledrlck, K. or R. & S. Hartford Tent No. yo, K. O. T. M. moots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; E. 1', Moore, KecoiU Keeper. Acnio Lodgo No. 330 1. O. O. F. meets oorv second and fnnrti, rvi. day nights In each month. C. M. Har nett, Noble Orand; W. R. Iledrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meats ovcry second and fourth Saturday nights In each month. Tom Williams, Council Commander; W. C. Wallace, Cleric. Sunshine Hlvo No. 42. L. O. T. M.. moots every first and third Frldav nights In each month. Mrs. Attci Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. II. E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. Kojstono Chapter No. 110, R. A. M., meets overy thiiVl Saturday night In each mouth. John T. Mooro High Priest; W. S. Tlnslcy, Secretary. Wod-nrisdD:-1- ARTHUR D.KIRK Attorney at Law HARTFORD, ASSOCIATED KY. WITH M. L. HEAVR1N This office Is equipped for handnnd Collection ling Commercial Items as well as other legal and litigated matters, l'ractleo In nil tho courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Hearln'B Office. T.WADESTRATTON CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlco his profession In this nnd djolnlng counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice n Prompt Specialty. and vigorous service. Attornoy at Law I AM PREPARED To do nny kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. Hartford, Collier's The National Weekly, Colliers in Clubs Until this year Ctttitt't has been First Time oldat$5.50. Now the rrice is $2.50 andeliacsccilrcd a concession whereby e can offer It at a still further reduction in connection vtiili this. publication. Special Offer to Our Readers IteroKiiizine tlie fcrrai demand Ur CtJU-r'- i at the new price, we base made arraHccmcuM to Iter it and our own publicum curb one year lor tbe price of CDSirr'jalope. This is a limited otlcr and must be tas.sn advantage! piwmplly What Yoc Get jn Collier' CMn'i ueekl) Is tbe nf th" cnod cittern's macKnnc (or tliitiKt that a wV ennntry. hxndbooL. one rue. independe nt, fearless Not onf U it the jsat it n also a the vhlc fmfty. Arrnt the ) rat's subscription cues aici 1000 Editorials ' -- ..I r! COO News PLvolo 1 ' k 2S0 Short Articles ISO Sbort Stories ' 100 Illustrated features 2 Complete Novel ' Collier's $2.50) Jj f" "J. X Pft yr .; P txm44 'M&s Bal-inal- ii, KILLihb COUCH heV-l!os- ton n. feg' it ...-.T- elmrlty.-Mofeuivh-'l- iou. v..n., JAPANESE MONEY. A DREAM AND A LETTER. GASTORIA 'IBS S1 M Kftfl'bJ HnglteSiocadtsnadUimchS For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears n LU0 nf "A 1 jjtT . an Ameilcnn penny. The currency niedln Vans, Sena and Rins Complete Their Simple Currency Syttem, Tlic Jniitmoso currency x.vstom l very fllintilc Mini In Imscil iipon roI.1 basis. Tin; unit of vtiliit Ii u yen. This cqimls 50 ctMiU In Kold. nccortlliif! to our United Stntoo vnlucs. One yen Is divided Into 100 sun. Knell uf the inner is worm just one lialr of nu Aliicricnu cent. The .Iiiiiine-- e sen Is the equlvnlent of 10 rlti. mid the hiimII-es- t Jnimne.se coin consists of live rln piece, tho p(tilviilciit of of 11 11 one-qiiuit- IflV Is composed of ri.iriOt tllltfii , .....,,, lllft.nl illi.t tuiiilini ......-- Mlll'nt iiikiiki ..111, VVIII1... The .Inns Imve tlielr iciper money In , Ka gajg f&h- WoS RonwIcsDisllonflmW ncss and ltcst.ContaIns nciihcr Opmm.MorpliincnorMiaiTil. l NOTNahcoTIC. JbepecforjDrSUZWnnZl A 1M lt Jfli iM r KVt one, live, ten jen notes mid upward. The sllcr money conies In ten. twenty nnd llfty nen pieces. Tliu snmllfst nickel piece l vnliied nt . mcii. Then come the copper coins. These are nt 'J beu. 1 sen mill ft In. This Is the .siilislnnce of the entire currency sjstem In .litpan when you step Into n money din tiger's to procure the coin of the iciilin. Hut you do not vnl-uc1 d laps Mn jthjaat -- 1 ,'W . Ig Bfcj-- 5 PJ-o-K V Egjg aWl EsaS Apeifert Remrdy ror CVmsllpi tlon.SourSlomacli.DlarrlMca Yornis.Com-utsions.rcvrrhl' iiessandLossorSiuv. racS'unilc Signature I sJ under the wn. i ii A1' n h MT I I 1 IT ysfi ., I 1a M ps EofcP NEW YORK. s V tnf rUl I UVUl ltir) oT ' Tnirtv Years J .feMfcd Exact Copy of Wrapper. IKl NCW VCMK THE CtNTAUH COMMNT, CITTf obtnlu the etpilvnleiit In values for your Anierlcun currency. The mcii port towns swni-n- i with Chinese money chniiKers. These Moiiko-linflniiucler.s deduct n relmto f from 1 to 2 per cent for every $1(1 In Ameri-enmoney e.clinnwd. When you travel In the Interior localities of nwuy from the Iteuten track of tourist tralllc. you will lie compelled to pay eVen n hlnher r.ite of exchange, us the Jap merchants of use to nccept foreign coin In exchange for their wnres unless they are easily accessible to some nearby seaport town. The Jap nickel, or live sen piece, will buy live or six times as much for a Jap In Ids own country as the same value W currency would buy for an American home In the United States. The simplicity of the nathe cunercy system goes band in liund with the frugality and the wise economies of these quaint, active little people. Philadelphia North American. nlwnj-n n .In-pn1 along a street after dusk when tho bust of the dead man appeared to III in and requested Mini to follow It. He did so, and It led I1I111 to n house, the door of which was open, nnd then up some stairs to n room where there was n table on which lay a number of books, nil of which wele lying open. Tho dead man bud been a great reader nnd therefore there was nothing In the spectacle of a great many books In his room. The bust turned to the unimaginative man nnd begged blui to turn over a page of each book so tlint It might continue to read. He did so. and he remembers that tho bust became petulant when be turned over two. pages in mistake. When all the p.iges were turned the bust appeared to he h.ippy. The dreamer awoke, and told his wife nbout It. When he went down to breakfast ho found n letter lying on the tdble bearing the postmark of a town of which he had uo knowledge other than Its name. Ho had never been theie, nor, m far as he was aware, had the dead man. nor had he any friends or relatives in the town. Tho only relative of the dead man of whom lie had any knowledge lived in another city. When he opened the envelope he found Inside It a small photograph of the (lend man. showing bis bust only. There was not any letter inclosed with it. nor anything to denote by whom it had been .sent, and to this day he docs not know from whom he received it Manchester Guardian. ONE OF IRVING'S POSHES. Maybe Merely a Coincidence, Maybt a Spirit Message. The following story of u droit in wna told to 11 correspondent by an luipialnt-mic- e who Is about as stolid and a mini as one could meet: He had a friend of whom ho had lost Bight of for some time. This friend committed suicide and one night, soon after he had done so. the unimagina tive man dreamed that be was walk-ln- After iinlm-aglnntlg HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Four Years of Discooraging I Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up ia Despair. Husband and had gotten so weak" I could not stand, I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Came to Rescue. Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very firrt Calron, Ky. I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." dose, you are all run down from womanly writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, In its 50 from this place, Mrs. Betlic Bullock If it will do. Ask him. He will recommend it. Begin taking Cardui today. ment relieved me for a while, but I was TTrt'te soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory to: Chattanooga Melldne Co.. Ladles' .Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Sptciai Inttructions book. that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment far on your case and plain wrapoer. Home Women," sent In o while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- years'of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what JAMES & Centertown, - CO-- , Kentucky. Pfrst Class Llverynieti Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, HER Saint-Hilair- MISSING NECKLACE. Starck Pianos! No Money inAdvauoe Saiinfao (ion Guar LowraiNet tBsTaW Eaaleil TerniH A S2III) Pricots antecd Fa ol ory Mt'rTlffTr h Saving ol II SlOO to From Fac tory Direct "ffrrtf ii laM P A. STARCK HtSIOCNT &rsGeo, vio will snip jou n, beautiful Starck Piano ... ..30 days free for In your ... pniiiilv.nl IVn Pfmli tlfll.l.n-iIII a. upon, " we ..- in umi jou win and teat this piano f.,r VA ilaja. If. at the emluhk that time, you dopiay Itml It use 30 ,'t,i""y. of nut lilKlitit grade, ancctrst toned nnd finest piano In every way, that you have the arcn f r the money, ou uro nt perfect liberty to sond It luck, and wo will, In ever that cimt. pay the fr. Iqht both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, hnn' ll 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL "? ep?-- 5 IWa. tral. Save $150.00 or Mora VCe klilp illrnt to jou from our factory, at prlcts that ai e jou uiih jrU of f ISO 00 In tlia cost of your piano. We Riiarjntce to fumi.li jou a licttiT piano for the money than jou ran mure rliewhrrc. Vou are annreil of mriilmt a aatisfictory ssrrt toned durable Msli eradj plana. 3 C:::r.-nl;OP..v-- r Easy Payments Von pay no cash down, but after SO daji of trial, jou en begin pajimnt on the lowest, eaiest terms eer suitgwted by a plan inanufarturer. These Krms are arranged to auit jour commlracc. and It Ii (wsslLle for to ley a for jour borne, without mlsslrs the rwney. l - F.yctt oiarcK Player-Pla- nt SUrck riino la guaranteed for 1" yean, ha back ,(uarant lliit of it our 31 yean of plana experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano house. 2nd Hand Bargalnt a larr number ot allghtl uvd and aroond Iiand pianoa of aH atandard makea taken la exchange for new Starck Pianoa and l'layer-PlinoTho following are a few (ample barjilnsi We liase constantly en hanJ 50 Frot Musla Ussons To firry purchaser of Starck Pianos, give free music lessons. In one of the beat known achooli In Chicago. These lessons you ran take In your own home, by mall. Tbia rrpmenti one years tree initruction. Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball $110.00 92.00 90.03 Starrk riayer-Ptano- s ara the (M.t and most beiutt tut Player Pl.no on in market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive feature of thcaa wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be acctrrcd. Piano Bocf: Send todiv Starck aecond-han- 95.00 195.00 bargain list. Send for our lateat complete IP. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1343 Starck BldfJ., CHICAGO beautifully illustrated piano look which girts you a large amount oft Information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. for our new Frit Finally Awoke and Re- stored It to Hia Wife. The Innocent Ignorance of much engrossed men of science as to ordinary matters Is Illustrated by an aiiuislng e anecdote of Geoffroy the e younger. was accustomed to bury hlui.self In bis laboratory, where he did not allow the nlTalrs of Ills household to disturb him. and Mine. e was careful to guard Ultu against all worry of domestic matters. In his laboratory be was accustomed, being a naturalist, to have various strange animals, after the fashion of Itossetti. Of these n monkey wns his favorite. His wife possessed n necklace of diamonds, of which she wns naturally proud. One day this necklace was missing. Madame was in despair and had the house searched, with the exception of room. She knew his dislike ot being ami moreover sITe hail nbTf entered this room for a long lime, so that she could not lime left the diamonds there. A few days later nt one of Mine, "at homes" her husband appeared, and a woman among the guests who supposed he knew of the disappearance of the dlatnouds asked 111 if they had been found. "What diamonds?" ho nsked. He called his wife and questioned her. "What sort of a looking thing was this that you have lost?" , She described the diamond necklace. "Ah," said the zoologist, "for several days my baboon has had in his possession, generally worn about his neck, n similar thing to that described." "But why did you not tell me?" his wife exclaimed iu indignation. "Why." answered "I supposed that it belonged to him. He seemed to be very fond and proud of e .Snlnt-llilulrSalnt-HlhilrSalat-HIInlrSaint-Hilaire's Snint-Hilalrc's 111 Salut-Hllairlt."-Ba!t!- inore supporters of Henry Lnboucuere made In taking Henry Irving for their defeated candidate. The story is told by Mr. Algar Lubouchere Thorold lu his "Life of Henry Labouchere." as Mr. Lubouchere himself nairatcd it: "I was the defeated candidate for Mids dlesex. Those were the days of and election displays, and it was the fashion for each candidate to go down to Ilrentford In a carriage and four to thank his supporters. Ou the morning of tho day when I had to perform this function. Irving called upon me. and I Invited hint to accompany me. Down we droe. I made an In audible speech to a noisy mob. and we our carriage to return to Imst-tlng- His Role of Defeated Candidate In Borough. An amusing episode of the Middlesex elections of 1808 wns the error that the OUR CLUBBING. RATES. fl.3E The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.'50 The republican ana JJany uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger Ir75 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 $1.60 Globe-Democrat Twice-a-Wee- k sex few know the candidates by sight. Irving felt it his duty to assume an attitude of importance. He folded his "arms, pressed his hat over his brows nnd was oury Inch the baflicd politiciandefeated, sad, yet sternly resigned to his late. Iu this character he was so Impressive that the crowd came to the conclusion that be was the defeated candidate. "So woebegone and so solemnly dignified did ho look that they were overcome with emotion, ntid to show their sympathy they took the horses out of the carriage and dragged it back to London. When they left us I got up to thank them, but this did not dis pel the Illusion. 'Poor fellow.' I heuid them say ns they looked at Irving, 'his feelings nre too much for him! and they patted him ou the back, shook hands with him and thanked him." Had a Sixth Sense. A medical correspondent has had London. "In a large constituency like Middle- Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. 3 Sun. t YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads I X l We are Shipping Whiskey to 1 Ky. Right Now-EV- ery Day feet distance fallen during tho two seconds. And nt the exact end of the second second the acquired velocity is 04.4 feet per second, and so on. New York American. What Any Woman Knew. "My dear." remarked Jones, who lintl Just llnished readiug a book ou "The Wonders of Nature," "this really Is a remarkable work. Nature is marvelous! Stupendous! When I read u work like this It makes me think how puerile, how insignificant Is man." "Huh!" sniffed Ids better half. "A woman doesn't have to wado through 400 pages to Hud out the sumo tlilug." -- Judge. Law of Falling Bodies. brought to his notice the remarkable A falling body having fallen during case of a woiuau possessing nn exone exact second fails 10.1 feet. At traordinary sixth sense in regard to the precise end of the second it has spiders. She could, the writer records, acquired a specific velocity of 32.2 detect the presence of a spider in any feet per second. Tills carries it room she happened to be living in feet during the second second, and without having seen the Insect or withthis added to 10.1 feet equals 48.3 out having any reason to suppose that Noteheads Envelopes , Statements Cards And other printed forms are given : : Deliveries made promptly mail us your orders. Prices fur-nished on anything in the liquor line. The barrel given away last Christmas went to Ohio county. We are giving another one away now very shortly. Every quart you buy here either in person or by mail for cash, gets a chance on this barrel. If you have the lucky number you can cash it for $G5.00 The more chances you get, the more likely you are to get the barrel. it was there. The discovery was companied by violent sickness, malaise and even debility, but all this passed nway ou "the spider being caught and removed from the room. London Times. ac- t t P. R. LBNCflSTER c CO.. - Owensboro. Ky. Distributors of "Old Quality," "Premier Pure," "Old W. S. Stone." V OglHIEXPEniENCE . wliiAiatfv OVER 65 YCARS Their Brand of Pride. To a millionaire who had started IKe as a poor apprentice n friend said. "Your womeu folk must be proud of you. since you nre self made." -- Buckbee'a "Yes." he tiaswereil grimly; "yes. "Full ot Ufe" Northern Crotaa Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of j8yearsal they're about us proud of me us they'd Juccessf ul teed growing behind thira. It paya til be of u humeiundo dress." Exchange- blaut the best. SEEDS BEANS Red Valentine . , PBA8. . A; J3.50 Bushel The Largest Earth Dam. notable engineering structure in the draiuage basin of the Missouri rlv-e- r is the Hello I'ourche dam. erected across the liver of the sumo name In South Dakota by the government to This Impound water for Irrigation. dam Is an earth embankment 153 feet tulles long, high nnd one and containing l.C.OO.000 cubic ynrds of earth llll. This Is the largest earth dam in existence. Argonaut. A one-llfth Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. Nearer Home. "An astronomer is exploring space to study other worlds." said the man of scicutlfle tustes. "Yes." said Senator Sorghum. "I suppose they're doing gttat work, although there's a whole lot about this world that we h.iwu't found out yet." Washington Star. Wholesale Wealth. "He Is not tlch us wealth U measured today." "Measured, eh?" murmured an elderly philosopher, "I guess that's a modern term. They ued to count the i. money In the old duys." Loudon Tele-trrapt- BUCKKG'3 BULBS SUCCEED. BULBS' usaa, vnaustsa Wat, sscuukt Ladies! - Style by Reading McCall's MAGAZlitt McCall's M'asailB. will hell) J cm Uio.h st)l hilly nt a iiukIci-uiwpcuio liy I. oo 1I aTe Money and Keep ia Seasonable Specialties: Earliest RefuKee akttrh and description mat ouic.lr aaerrtatu our opinion free whether an It priiliblri"'tentutl,(oiunnmle. tlons'lrlcliremilljeiitfal. nftnuDuun oa I'litenU Ah mam m a.ni4ln rJraisNa CofvmoHTi Ac. Tradc Marks . . jj j Extra Early New Stringiest Green Pod . U 70 Wardwell's Jnip. Kidney Wax JU.50 Davis New Whfce Wax . . JJ.7J Currie'a Rust rroof Wax . fc.50 bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel M Extra Early Alaska sum. free. llMe.t ccencr for securiug patents a'aieui in.t n luruuau Mima A tj recelre teeialnifl, ill bout charge, la the Scientific K Tet Ahandaomelf lliaaumtM waeaiy. jairaaa. of any aclenUilo Journal, Term.. II a four motlia,LTaVU brail nawiatealer. Hmm. Buckbee'a Lightning Express 1 00 Bushel Statistics. Lettuce. aUaUah, Tosaato and a full Jlne oi Professor Now. have I proved anyseeds, Plants and Bulba at lowest growing price. StuSend for complete catalogue or submit a list el thing to you by these statistic? trour requirement! and willquote prices. dentYes. professor, you linve proved Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Lf......- - .ma to tn that still U tits are a bore. Yob-l.e...i-mvmsiiiivu .LI. Mpc.. , Jj jo Bushel New Early Gradus j 50 Bushel llorslord't Market Carden . $350 Bushel .... Beyond the Horizon. Owens (nouchnlfintlyi-O- li. that account? I had completely lost sight of n't it. Tailor wonder, sir. It's been running for a lung time. -- Boston Transcript. (iliylyi-Shoiild- I MstiU to fculM Dfir BmUm. A 'rial will milt you & DorniAiif nt out. totaer. batbf aotloa bumuiUhhI or join " K1l..tl..Mai4MBtllaUtl.ala. ... jbhtcuu- vviifjiiiuu.ilUfsMUU. ur;:r.- tsU fUawBtaZt LmuIUU OTttl ttfftM rUtat Utsv SUMS. ESPECIAL OFFER Magazine and Using McCall Patterns MSCALLS MtMUMmilUiBiinttCHiUiQiliimtAtit, ! riMisn pftraweM, rrwols. aviipa TidlpsOutU. fella Hnai nnn xtuip, ikuioftUMi Im4 wl DutU UMUiU. FLKAIK Mtmtloa tblt TBJ IlssmtUa. Amsmm, UtsM 0MTSM i )im nostril on U.i IjIPFL 1:1 kill mi a In tlu.urs itml I mi. it htw aililun I icil .'in 1 m s Wrttto-4- y aHstt UUAMaUirUJI III Clll! AI..I ul ii.i hlo InfimniiliTi in nil Immn mill I I HjA aXMkill sVas4 ! NJM nnVM, BkgtJlMr VslS WW Wall VMMUVal flM mm. X CENTJ 8BND 3B WI till ftlubl f ft WtlsMSM, wuiiiuimi, MtinMU. TajOf u Mt ut MM I ss ft katoMbUUHmM IIUVVW IBM CNftlMl ft?lMtg TUIKUasWWItMUiiiWtsr. iminiiwMvwiitMflMcauuiuutuii aWU TTlsfpfin1"1 U III SMMUftl fctUIMM SaSaf UrllS.u A me.py Increases the I'rovurb. love of it U. Wt B...LL.. NfHN UH KCDU ftOQKrO&O, IT. XIL, UWIaUaaitl, H. W. BUCKBEE .Statesman. BaOfeftl Seal reftta, aMihal, In stylo mill Ci 1'rn mum hirVr linitt Ii coins Srml 1'irfrcn ratii-rl uulo.'ui'., W Vn! Cut Yaa fi ftttnlt tut kdiiiii siiIh M'rliitioiisainiiiigyiatjrlnomln. Sfmliurlrvo rruiinn ( j).i,"irt anil l'ali Pria's (flcr. IM IkCAll CQKtlAI, U Is Z49 Vful 37li Sl, MZW IiUi nm mr trrilio t'xljy or K'liJ utMMmmwry furucotiiiinltuoiu. McCall PalUm m.l tmmkola your on ii Imam m.Iiy fruivn r!'.t:iiii'.ir )ourHlf ami ilniiun nhkli will liniiprKs t n fof'CO )ic,r liirliiihn? .ltl('W. Mill11 inuilcri. ,i!r -' aw m . . ..,...n..:..t, .MX-m-i- -M iw.nHnuElfrHfr.mey MAKING STEEL RAILS. ' BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purw The only Baking; Powder made from Royal GrapeCream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE ROYAL .kibsuI. Hypothesis and imaglWJfejn ct tlji. cannot now be used as tho framowork 5109 Com'th- j pon wlUch to rpar a radiant future- 5110 Com'th. There tiiro real figures and facts to HIM $1,000 A YEAR 5112 Com'th. 3crve as trutlitellers, and they tell a story from the fanciful far dlffcre:: 5116 Com'th. ale that was told when the measure Man Grows Bait For .vas under discussion. Michigan 5117 Com'th- 5118 Com'th. One wuy of gaugJig the Amount bf Fisherman In Pots and 5119 Com'th- American goods produced Is by tho 5120 Com'th. mount of raw material brought hero Fans. 3121 Com'th. .roin abraiu. There are many kinds 5122 .Com'th. jf inercliaudlse made in the United 5123 Com'thne-.- d iin cheir construction One thousand States that Grand Rap'Us, Mich. 5124 Com'th. .nater.als tlu: can beat be found dollars a year from worms! 5123 ICom'th. cases Moon icrisj the water, attf in some Tfcls Is tho record of W. Orton 5126 Com'Ui.. American manufacture is absoluV'y whose worm farm iti East Grand Rap 5127 Com'tji. Jependent upon foro.gu ingrediesits. ids is oao of the curiosities of Michi5128 Com'tili. Tho first; six mouths of .the new gan. In fact, ?1,000 a year la ithe re5129 Com'th. arifr Baw less Importation of materisult of only an avcraigo "crop." als inij th,s country to the extent of 5130 Com'th. Somatomes Moon makes more money. 5131 Com'th. j30.00U.OO0, as compared with the He so'ls hjs angleworms at. tjie rate 5132 Com'th. year before. dozen, and during tihe Janie, lwrlod one of ten cents a 5133 Com'th. In tliat sx monhts tunc there were fishing season the Vlenuind Is always 5134 Com'th. jomo 150 working days. So one chapsupply. in excess of tho Tel- - Co. chiefly pf ter of tha tarlff story is that twice tlie 'Mocnla farm cons-si5135 Com'th, vs. Everett Guy. pots, pans and old jew" law wo.it into effootj the workmen twenty-fiv- e pails, 5136 Com'th vs- - Everest Guy. United Status have touched crocks, o.d is situated a)3 the rear if tlie 5137 Com'th, vs. Everett Guy. d tf a - near the barn- - Eac .lii'J handled each by uf hjs home5138 Com'th. vs- - Everett Guy. .nillioii dollars les3 of forcgu raw or "Xlo d supports from fifty ,to 500 iwom; 5139 Com'th, vs. Evorott Guy. Fitfui unfinished material. in vanous stages of growiuv 5140 Com'th. vs- - Everett Guy. Thttf fact carr.ts rwifcb. it its own tty". early spring uaU! late in the 5141 Com'th, vs. (Finch Balls, lefacn and moral. It tfurn.shes its own Moon spes to tho farm rjwlce da.ly. 5142 Com'th. vs- - Will Reynolds. of wliat ha3 &aiened to Wjth a spopii he mixei ..loture 5143 Com'th. vs. James Collard. Amo.--i manufacture. h quantity cf coffee grounds and cora-mea5144 Com'th. vs- - Archie Autry. One of the arguments of the tariff w.th'-theevery Leld. earth in 5145 Com'th. vs. Charlie Burton- - Ap- was that the new foodstuffs, The worms assimilate the toed ana rev.sers peal. jII i(.ie consumer reap great benefit. healthy. become 3146 Com'th. vs- - "Wash Duncan-pea- !. Ap- Especially would this be true in jMoon learnod to be. an angleworm aiuats, and one of the high prices of farmer while liomesteading and lu he Lnner table wculd exist .no more. in 4ae Big Horn basin The records for i'.ie ls:x monlhts Injury to A Deserving Industry. Wyoming. Ho was in a little village ihow that the lmpor.iou of fresh At the recent convention in known as Meotoetse, which wpp jeef into the United Suites during by camps of Crow, Cheyenne of tlie National Association period amoucttl to about two Pacific Blockades. of Hosiery and Underwear Manufacand Sh.03h.ono Indians- One day he cliat alThe phrase "pacific blockade" is ounces a month for each indvildual A strajed into a Shoshouo camp. most a contradiction of terms, but Is turers, Charlts E. Ie!pie, big buck Indian was squatted Ju front m the country- And this 1s but a used in International law for want of a as prosUont of tho association for sample of tie tremendous advantage of .the lapel of His tepee, busily enbetter. It means the blockade of ports tho next ensuing year, presented the gaged in holowing out a log of wood. that has come to the consumer whose of another country In time of peace following statement Df .the injurious Being Jnqu:sit to as to the lmi'iuro of iii'Jirests were being so carefully without the Intention of waging war; effect, already felt and certain guarded. In other words, it is a peaceable act of increase, of the Underwood Froo Trad thi; buck's laibor, which .wjtji the ShoNot only has American industry war. Some writers on International Tajrif law shone is very unusual, Moon uion the hosiery and un-- 4 used much less raw "material, olll law Insist that the blockade of the derwear Industry in tjio United States for an explanation. ports of a foreign country Is Itself nn tjierefqre liae by to much decreased I say, at;)l w.tiiout fear of comj 1 Tho Ind.a;i did not answer, 'but wi'h net of war without regard to the moits output,, but t'.ie splendid export Ir r, ser.es nodis and grunts mdicu-e- d tive of future Intentions, but as a diction, that (fjo liosJory mcllo .Ioo.a to follow him to the rtir of trade that was to exist ru soon as means of reprisal or of compelling the America, by merchants, is better valu tho camp.' There uiiler tho spreading tho new Jaw wtfi on the static book settlement of International disputes It for tho money than tho hosier' knado yet made Is appearance. Inhas become an established feature of in any other part of the wor'd, and branches of a huge tree were; twenty-fiv- e lias not stead, our export trade lias fallen of the laws of nations. Philadelphia moro Uian 95 logs, all slmilair t3 tho one on icr cont of ttic hosiery aud a smaller quantity of American Press. made in the United States is consumed which he was w.orking. gowls are belug shipped to other ago the Each erne was ipluged at the ends hore. Up to less thaft a Ij had an oiKming in the top. Thru lauds. business of all hosiery manufacturai FOR FLETCHER'S The same six months saw a fall-iers was all that could .bo wished the 'jieuing in 0110 the redskin thrust) off of over $40,000,000 in the m.U was running full (tit, not his hand, and when Ji witohdrew it an idlo mrhine pnyjwhere.. Tho it was fJlui wth a mass pf writhing) amount of merchandise exported. Cird Tjio law was Commonwealth Docket Ohio wriggling angleworms. working tho full limit of guarantecl by tlie authors of its beCourt June Term 1914. cuit "Heap fine," ho announced guttur-ajltime, at the highest wages paid in 2d DAY. "Heap good. Catch 'oai lc.j bg ing to further tlie prosperufy of the the world for hosiery workers, emUnited States p;id to br.ng relief to 4699 Com'th. vs. Paul Cooper. ployes earning from S to 40 fish." per woek, wi'Jh au average In many mills Then Jje explained the method of ..lie people .who labored under a too 4911 Com'th. vs. Frank Smallwood. cost of living. It has done 4932 Com'Ui. vs. Bill Taylor-Com'th- . feeding and roaring. $12 .to US for giirls, and from $16 to The idea lush neither of these tlhngs. Every pledge 4937 vs. Oswald Hockcr. 40 for men. TJiese were struck Moon forcibly, and it ivity not American wages pa'd to American working "peolong afttr Jiis roturu homo that he, that wall made m its behalf h mis- 4956 Com'th. vs. Wilbur Bailey.-- , 4957 Com'th. vs. Wilbur Bailey. ple, who JJve liko Americans, and whq as wll as olll tlie other male inhabl-tani- ji erably failed. lis net result lias been .to decrease 4958 Com'th. vs. Austin Bowling, et have moro of t,lwj of Mjeotoptbg, suppontod angle of real comforta alworm legs at Wjo roar of their shacks, tlie national revenues, to injure our we tnan tac woricing people of any export trdle, to tacrdf3o 10 importa- - 49G6 Com'th. vs. Sam Cook. Wl'jftn hn pnm uti iiTvatiwHtin- - l.Af. ohtfjr tktft of tlie world. cles. nod to 4967 Com'Ui. vs. Wilbur 'Bailey. returned Euatfco brought the formula'"0'1 ( nw:iufafured eml plmt our awn 4968 Com'th. vs. Noah Boasley. with hjn and 4ias s.'.ice Used dt to u,?1 Notice. luuLuiiva. 4969 Com'th. vs. Noah Boasley- profitable tad. Hereafter, this paper will charge The men who promised tariff 4971 Com'th. vs. Loo' Loyd. 5 cents per lino for all obituaries, Coughs and Colds Weaken results are doing tho same Ju regard 4972 Com'th. vs. Leo Ioyd- in advance, and G cents per line for to the new buskuis3 law. Their prom- 4973 Com'th. vs. Leo Loyd. the System. all church notices except for church Continued Coughs, co'ds and Bron- ises and their predictions aro oong 4994 Com'th. vs. Sidney Johnson- services, and also for cards of thanks. chial tnoublrti are dopress.ng uili tho fonuo Lne. There is no reason 5000 Com'th. vs. JI. C. Acton. In adopting this rule wo are only '4"io bvs.tem. Loss of weight to be'ievo that they aro any moro 3001 Com'th- - vs. H. C. Acton. follpwlng tho Bamo plan of evory othand npotljo ppaeityly follow- - Get u correct about one measuro thu about 5003 Com'th. vs- - Ivan Allen, vl er local paper In Kentucky. 50e. bott'e IV. King's Now D'scov-er- y the other. 5001 Com'th. vs- - Guy Combs, oi nl. y. JLj wul stop your cough. Thq resu'.t of business legislation 5003 Com'tJi. vs. Israel Jones. Tho f;r"t dooo tottljis. TI1.0 beat medl- - franuU by thorn can well bo Judgod 3007 Com'th. vs- Charles Wallace. FOR FLETCHER'S cino for St.ubmi Cougha.C olds and ; by the rcaii'v that have followed the 3013 Com'th. vs. Lee Clurni. I all TlMuiJ and Lung Troubles. Mr. passage of the lar'ff law which they 5015 Com'th. vs- - F. Buroji. O. II. Brown, Muscatine, Ala., writes; aljjo framed. Philadelphia) Press. 5016 Com'Ui. vs. Tom Ferguson. ' ".My w:fe wau sjck during tho iiotj 5024 Com'th. vs. 'Bruno Frey. NEWS summer moat&ii and I honestly be- - State of Ohio. City of Toledo, I ss. 5020 Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey. County, J.eo Dr. Kliigu Now Discovery sav-- 1 I Frank Lucas J. Cheney makes oath that tin Ca 5032 Com'th- - vs. Bruno Frey. of tho J. ill her ?Jfc-- Gtiod lor ohjldreii. GOc. spnlor partneruuisint'ss nrm of P.iiiy Cheney 5033 Com'th. vs. Bruno Froy. cic tu., uuiiiK OE xo in ine Iedo, County and State aforesaid, mid $1.00, at yonr Drugist. and EQUALITY DOWNS HARTFORD. that said firm will pay the sum of ONE 5035 Com'th- - vs. CoDdy Woosley. HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev7u u fast uud thrilling gakio at ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured 5010 Com'th. vs. James Torrents. New Tariff Results. by the use of HAMAS CATARRH CURB. 5D12 Com'th- - vs. Frank 'Brawn. East End Park Saturday Uio locals PRANK J. CHENEy. Instead of tutug every energy to went Uown in defeat for t.ho first fiworn to before mu and subscribed In 5013 C'oiu'Ui. &. Frank Brown. forco upon tho cmiti'Jry drastic legis-- ; my presence, this 6th day of December. 5011 Com'th. vs. Eugcuo Ilarrell. time this Heason at tlio hands of lite 1686. D. lattou whichn will upset and injure A.(Seal) 50( Com'th. vs. Herbert Bahnett. A. W. OLEASON, fast Uqaajlity buuoh. Both teams jtut Notary Public. business, would ic not bo well for tho up a thrilling bat;Uo and until tho Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally 5017 Com'th. vs. It. P. Her. Aim.u.stralioii to iuipve and look at and acts directly upon tho blood and mu- 3UIS Com'th. v. R. P. Her. bowiUi Jniuig noJUier side was able cous surfaces-- of the system. Bend for the results already achieved by its testimonials, free. 5052 Com'Ui. vs. Sim Joius Brown- to produce a run, ultho desperate ut i V.J. CHKNET A CO. Toledo, O. now tariff lajw. 5o."l Com'th. vs. Hub Lynch, o. al. Sold by all Druggist. TCc. tempts were made. Classic thrwa Take Hall's Family I'llls far conjtlpitloa. TWh uus passed Jo tho 3056 Com'Ui. vs. Herman Onsen. by the J(k;iI outijehlera kept dnwu tlio of plow.ng promise and 3057 Com'th. vs. Bill MUdIicII. a:xre. Plummer, Kilwo'ally, stanxMl In prophecy, tt was wliat Uw country Farm For Sale. 30.V.I Com'Ui. vs. llo'cK.'e Allen. ,t uithis lino when ho cut iif Thoijw ut needed, so jUi farmers doclaml. 1 liio 150 Acre on Hartford ami Ilockport 5061 Com'th. s. Harry Hill. Iho plato when tho Uuler uit0npted who opiwtitfi it were solljsh aud rood, l mllts from Broadwa'y and 5005 Com'Ui. vs. Hurry 11)11. to lally from sucoud on a single. Tho li wou'd boon prove Jta real 2 m.U'3 from Rjckjiort. Schoolhousc 5067 Com'lh. vs. It. P. . Equality uam fielded almost iKirfeuily v.iluo and cntouiid Us critics. Such on Umi of fawn jiid church nwr. 506! Com'th- s. It. P. Her. aud put up one of tlm best .'xhib.-tioviri 'tlio Ifxi ot Domocjat'c spec.h Tiuvo roacls iata d'A oiling house 5070 Com'Ui. vs- - IKctoard Ktowart. over heeii ut Eatt Kil. ..id ssnnoti. wb,;Ji 'is on HartXord R. V. o. No. 3073 Com'th. vs. Richard Stewart. Iticknrd uud Cumhff woro on Die The fjrw li'x iiiontto of Jifc (if tho - Jlo-i- t of land perfectly lovol. Any- - 3075 Csm'th vs. I laden Stoni-firing lino for Hurfrtod, ojijMjed by new tartl 11x10 Jusi boon uu.' dPiUring to purchiiso farm' will do 0039 Com'Ui. vs. Solon MIUt. et UO. WJthrovi-- uili Thuriw for the visitors, into 'fJ2une3. It ia ao Joagw m niatr , w.Ql to lavest!ej.-je- . 3078 Com'th. vs. Ofcear McBauh-l- Pr.co and both bakeries iu exconjeciiirj) wut U.o result is to bo. bh. Apply for further iuformat'oa 5079 Com'th. ,. CoilJou Morrjs. cellent aiyje. Neither a'du bcorod UAJINETT & SON, Agats. 0031 Com'th. vs. HurdJa rauvr. lho daja of iwjidtaeio reftsoajng fw,vt to uiiUl thv uAcutli wlutn the vfaitora WORM FARM NETS -- p one-thir- long-hai.U!- l' pros-liecti- Bur-roun- ed Glowing Ingots Ate Rollod Into Shape and Cut. That nil I mill whs vcrtnlnly n wonderful slglitl The enormous glowlnji ingots were curried on a transfer enr to a sort of trough. The tloor of the trough, or "table." 11s they call It. consisted of n series of rollers thiit were turning rapidly. Hiding on them, the bug, clumsy ingot sillied along until It bumped against a pnir of large steel rolls. Immediately the rolls seized It and hauled It through, like clothes through n clothes wringer. We could not see that It hud been lliittencd down very much, but we noticed Unit deep corrugations bad been cut luto its upper surface. As It moved on the rollers turned It over on Its side before It wns caught by the nest pair or "stand" of rolls. It went through four stands In succession, turning over between ench stand until It had made n complete turn. Then It came to what Is culled 11 "three high" mill, .which has three rolls, one above tlie other. First the "bloom." ns It was now called, went between tho middle and bottom rolls, but no sooner bad It emerged tlinn It was raised bodily, the supporting roller "tables" on both sides of the mill being raised up simultaneously. The rollers of the tnbles were then reversed, causing the bloom to start back between the middle and top rolls. The tables were now lowered, their rollers reversed aud the bloom seat through between the middle and bottom rolls, as before, (nit this time It was switched to one side, where the rolls were a little larger In diameter, and It was a tighter squeeze getting through them. And so the bloom weut back and forth, being switched over to a tighter pass each time until It was squeezed down to about eight Inches square and over forty feet long. Then it was cut In two. and each bloom went through another set of rolls that gradually worked It down to the size and shape of a rail. It was fascinating to watch that snakelike bar over a hundred feet long writhing as if alive.' As it came back for Its last sally through the rolls a whistle was blown as a warning that the rolling was finished, and the rail wns now on Its way to the saws. There were five circular saws that dropped down upon the glowing metal and amid a shower of sparks sawed it Into four rails. After that the rails were carried off on "run out tables" to the "hotbeds" to cool. St. Nicholas. How th ten-yar- d 5032 5036 5037 50S9 5090 5091 5093 5093 5096 5097 509S 5099 5100 5101 5102. 5103 5100 510S Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th, Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th- Com'th. Com'th- Com'th. Com'th. - slipped over one. They ran in two nioro in tho olglit,h and ono in tJio vs. ivnlh. The only Hartford nun to v cross tho much soupht rubber wtw vs. Elgin who crossed in the- eighth. vs. Dospomito attomptB to overcome tho vs. visitors' lead in tho nintjh wiero fuvs. tile, and tho final score stood 4 to 1. vs. C. U. Woddlng- LINE UP. vs. C. L. Wioddlng. Hartfoill-Elgin- , Equality. vs. Joo Early. 2d. Evcrly, a. a. vs. Joo Balrly. E. Harnett, r. f. lUnurd, 1. f. vs. Joo' Early. Cundlff, c. Brown, 1st. vs. Walter Patterson. A- - Barnett, c. f. McDotigul, o- - f. vs. Water Patterson. Blnnkcnshlp, 1st. Addlngton, r. f. vs. Walter Patterson. Plummer, 1. f. Rottl, 2d vs. Ervm Kolly. Sinjrfli, Garrett, 3d. vs.. Leiumui MJdtoiff, s. s. Withrow, p. Rickard, p. Thorpe, c vs. Mary DDCkery. Barnard. Keown. vs. Claudo Daugheryt. vs. Claude Ford. 1 2 3 4 3 6 7 S 9 R II II Innings 3d DAY. 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 118 Equality vs Will Duke. 0 Hartrord vs. W,ill Duk0. s. Will Duke. A; times Si'Aurd.-itho lortU tmiat-ter- s vs. Will Duke. fell to Withrow for long drlvea vs. Will Duke. but an Equality uniform was genervs. Will Duko. ally camped thereunder, nili the exvs. Will Duke. pected rally would fall to nipair. vs. Robert Hilllard. vs. R. P- - Her. Tho good bunch of rootern were vs. It. P. Her- well pleased wlili tho game Ixittle vs. Chester Uod. put up by tho local team, micro wvre vsWill Uonnott. also several Equality bugs oa hand. vs- - Will Bennett. vs- Jack Decker. Tho team Equality brought hero vs. Alton Parris. Saturday would hold' its own agjiktrot vs. Alton Parrls. any team in Its olass- - Wo hoiw an vs. Sam Mosley. other game may he nrrainged vs- Sam Msoley. these two teams Jn tlie near fus. Cumberland Tel & ture. vs- - vs. Chas. Bates, Jr. Curtis Browcr. Claybornp Wilson. Gordon Moms. Will Ijters. Clydo Arnold. IXin King. 'Whalon King. crmoro and Harjford will moat at Llvonnoro Sundjiy- - Good crowds should see Uioso games. Tho ganw hero w4M be called at, 2:30. - o SECOND TEAM DEFEATED. Tlio Hartford 2nd twiu 'oloominji forth In brand now Hiilta was dofcaU fiJ by tho Mollonry torn at East End Park Wednesday to '.he tune or 1 00000010143 y - - to 7. Bozarth started the hurling for the local boys but his support wots ragged uud lie was taken ,by out? Jn the third and replaced May. As tho now suits grow o)der tho Idaylng improved and ,wlujn tho dirt and dust luul f lilaljy (Wiped away tjio glossy effect t(ho team was going at a good clip- - The MwHonry boys no such hamliaip to over-coi- n u pla(U gotxl ba!l from ,tho HUirt hereby getting considerable lead on their opponents. Bozarth had It was tlm first officiated on tlie mound and it IioimmI ho would get away ,wlth Si, mil so far ns he ios ooacernwl h did, but easy fly lulls went for twin loggers and grounders bUpihmI t!mi nicely taking the hoart out uf t!i young pitcher. He has a beauty cuijv' IkiII find will some day, if Jept (at" it, bo heard fnm in tlio pltohuv; world. King was ills battery niar'. Tho Mcllmiry boys, us usual, played olui.i tall Joavfog off the fusv stuff- - There was only a mnall crowd -- f present hut the game wus enjontl by those who were therj. 9 wi - For Sale. Good in Ohio county, near Bafnctta CreeJc church, containing Llvcrmoro will tlay hero Saturfday 120 acres, alt in cultivation except and another good ganio Is expeotod. G acres. Good dwelling, barn Uvprmore has defcattU Uw Owons-bor- o and all la good repair. Well watered and In the oil belt. .For Atliletics this season and is to have a strong lino up. terms and particulars apply at thin BARNETT & SON, Agents. Come out and lend your encourago-nien- t offlco to Uils manly sport. farm gs Blankcnship, .whose finger ,waa hurt, Saturday's After last Saturday w;is Utn1 on first "lasses made by R. C. Hardwlck's in order to allow Uic injured monfljer Optician, Oweniboro, Ky., to my more tlm0 to heal. Tun Plo'slcvui satisfaction. Ills house and maTIchonor says ho will be all right for chinery for maklntr lenses ore tho on-tl- re Owensboro Optical House. Hartord, Ky Nov. I. 1 have used game,. playing Jicro Sajturdoy Llv most complete In the State, and ho employs none but experienced work men. C. M. BARNETT. Pihlla-dqlph- ia - asli o-- Bank thej balance. The difference between Ford cost and heavy car cost is 'velvet" for the piudent buyer. He knows the Ford not ns Children Cry CASTORI A for-Ever- only saves him dollars but serves him best. It's a better car sold at a lower price. Five hundred dollars Is the price of the Ford runabout; the touring car Is five fifty: the town car seven fifty f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from es Wjlsju-Underwoo- y. BARNES AUTOMOBILE (INCORPORATED) CO - CENTRAL CITY. KY. .ne K LOOK HERE! to-da- - Children Cry PASTOR A SPORTING Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, 1 tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. f 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. . lx accom-ju!UJ!um.- ui - q. 1- -2 U.-r- ns 4- WILLIAMS & MILLER, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. j. ;