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MOOSERS HOLD DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 48 INSURANCE MEN AGREE HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. thualnstlc as to tho future party. Iouisvlllo Herald. of tho CONTEST MAKES LITTLE CHANGE REPEAL MEASURE CERTAIN TO PASS Joshua Fields Married. a letter stating that her nephew, air. Joshua Fields, cf Port Arthur, Tex., was married m t.he f'rst of June at 12 imme-tliatel- Miss Mary llowo Is In receipt of pi Gather in Louisville State Pow Wow. State Headquarters Opened at House. o'clcck. Il.n hrido walj Miss Schafcr and they wrec Married y at Eureka, III-- , returning after tf.io ceremony to Port Arthur. Mrs. Fields as of u prominent Soon to be family aid id sa d 'Jo bo Mry pretty. The wtHdiiig was the result of u romance which had 'Is beginning wliilo Gait r. Mrs. Fjolda was vlniting In l'ort Ar-Uiu- For Smith and Blankenship Will Senate Adopts Compromise to Original Bill. Retain Offices. Efforts of Democrats To County Officials Prove itfiken they wero well fllied. This was tho first test voto after six weeks of dcate on tho repeal biy. Even the most optimistic Senators who favored repeal had not the arncudment to carry by so larso majority. It is not bellov-o- J, Jtowicvcr.tliat tho hill itself can bo put Uirougli by (jo great a margin- - loft vote was j RETURN If Terms Are Accepted by The State. Agree to Suspend Operations of Glenn Bill and Adopt New Negro Girls Plead Guilty. Oust Fu- tileGain Shown. In ar X This conies as a surprise to the very many friends of "Josh" hero IxHiSsvllle, Kentucky, June and every one of them would 'like Lb tjie congratulate h.m pcrsonpfly. Ho r.vas Party Jn tlio Progreslo State of Kentucky Is going into the born and raised In Hartford but for coming campaign with, bdjtcr organi- several years has bean in tho (rankzation and more ctithua st'in than at ing bus.ness un .Port Arthur where any lime s.nco its organization, was he has made good from tlio start- made c'tar ycsteKlay afternoon at n Reed's Store Burns.. uieet.ng of leaders of tho movement meeting of loaders of tho movement Hopklsnville, Ky., June 8 J. D. held Jn the "bjuo room" at 10 Gait Rood's Jry goods Btoro on South House. Mam fctroot was gu'Ujd by ffcmes workers, from all at 2:30 o'clock this morning. Air. About revonty-flv- o sections cf tho State atteiWod --and Heed valued his stock at $12,000. rnado encouraging reports d the con- Tho insurance is $7,500- The build-in- s, o party in U various dition of 'which .belonged to tho Hopiwr districts. It, was shown thnPthc fmes lOKte is Uamagcd $1,000, covered by aw liolding firmly and that there aro Insurance. Tho origin of ho tiro is constant additions to tho ranks from not known. NOTE--Rct- ll formerly owned and the Republican and Democratic uar-tle- sconducted a mcrchand.se business in T'''3 is occounted for. not only be- this city and hie acquaintances will cause of tho principles advocated by be interested in the abofve. the Hull Moose organi2?atloii, but on account, cf tho "dissatisfaction of tho Domocriyts with tho Wilson Administration and Ihe d scouragenicnt of the Ilepub'icans at tlio hopelessness of their cause. One result of the meeting was the announcement 'ate yesterday aflenioon Scribes and Families Gather that chc l'rofiresiiivo iarty will oioti From All Farts For State headquarters In Uie Gu't House III about tho m'ddle of July mil Annual Meet. Jiumtaln offices there init'l tlus close of the campa sn. In Xovoinbcr. State Cliainnnn V. S. lww1ll..p'.l)aulllo4iarii-i-i- Djwson Springs, Ky., Juno 11. The will Ikt hi charge with a corps or as h annua' summer meeting tef slstants. Kentucky Press Association cpen-dane- e conference dovcloped an abun-'th- o The of timber for senatorial and'ed Jts present josslon in this city conrvsional 'cand'dafus- - It Is prac- - Monday ii'ght at S o'clock, the a3S3Cia to order by Pros Ifcn tlcally assured tAif in caoh dlstrct tion bmng ca'-Iebo several cadlldates for John S. Lawrence, of tho Cadiz Ito-th- e there will w.11 continue uu- jcord. Tho meet-nnomination for Congress, George W. Jolly, of Owens- - til Friday morning, Already, boro, lias anounced Jus candidacy forj iJiltors from all over he Stato havo tho nomination for Unltod States been uu attendance and many of them Senator, and ho received hearty con-- j have their families and friends with gratulations and promises of support ' thorn. Every effort has been put forth yesterday. From present indications by tho Commercial Club aiM citizens there will bo five or six Progressive j of Dawson to enltjertaln the pencil candidate 'or this namaatlon, and pushers while here and that they have it Js almost certain that Louisville succeeded admirably Is attested by all. will of for at least ono of those- Follolwug the call of the meeting Speakers at the meeting expressed confidence Jn tlio ability of .tho pro- - to order by the president, Rev. "W. grossly party to plect many pj tho, B. Wright, pt fche Christian churcli, ccrerea prajor- - .wju p. scott, oi mis Congrosaiuen from the Stato next as .well as .tho United 8tytek city, former member of the asaocia- tlon, Uellverod tho welcome address Senator. feel Lt was tho sens) of tho mooting and mado the nowBnbner (boys that overtures from tho Republican ! very much at homo. party could not be considered, but All sorts of business 'has, (been that any members of either of tho 'old talnsaoted during tho session. Papers panties who were dlssatlsficid and Ion various subjects ha,ve been read wero willing to itidorso tho principles 'aud round tablo d'scuaLons indulged not of tho Progreaalvo iarty would bo In. Social features, too, ihave hoariily welcomed ;uto its rauks. It been lackiug. A bajj game was play-wa- is umphatjcally declared that Pro- - !l Wednesday afternoon boiiwecu tho gresslves rogarJ iarty iirinclpjoj above editors of East Kontiucky and Wcai office arid that) they can not for an. Kentucky. Tho gamo resulted 8 tp - editqrsmeeFat dawson springs forty-fourt.- d I I er, liaVo for thtir object tho warning idout Frank Bassos, of office regardless of jtarty jircn- - Leaguo, umpired. that of tho Kitty' clp'.es. was ono of tlio thoughts idi jihas'zed by Chairman Loi.vwill tiu his Th.s Jolly In Senate Race. Frankfort, Ky Juno 8. On tlio evo ante-prima- A mooting of remarks culling tho mooting to order, of tho final Ho felclta'pd thoao present on tho tho Republican Stato Central Corn-goo- d aUtcndanco, oa tho hottest day 'mlUee. which in its provous con-o- f tho year ifnd called attention ya voccions has evinced an inclination Oio faot tliat Jt was a ooiivluoing an- - Klo modhf.o d.fferoncoj with Wie Pro-awto tho enemies of tho party who gresslves, George ,W. Jolly, of Ow-habeen endeavoring U creato tho emaboro, fcrmtr Colloctor of tho Soc- impressl.on that tlio party ia a "dcud ond diatrjet, fiuU hus iotltl(0ii wHh oue.1 Asaotant Secretary of Stalto Cecil requesting Uit fxia Air. Law will callud upon leaders Irani (the various districts, and there namo ho p?uccd on the August irl ballot as, candldato for tho Pro wero hearty responses- - J. N. Hazel-Imar- y Jp, from tho Flrrft District, declared gresslvo nomiuatlom for United SUtjuri tiling don bis nay tho. 1'rogresalvi Senator. He is tho f'.nrt Progntlv wrfro making constant gains and .would or Rojiubllcan to go so far as to s. tUo a petition. It did not conform to havo a flighting candidate for the requirement of tho primary law, 1lo was followied by George W. Jollj and .wsfi returiull to aim for corroc-tloof, Owonsboro.- - He reported a lively Interest In the Second district and Notice. urged tia each district got put sevThe next examlnaidlou for .white canilldutes- - Ho laushod at f;ho eral idea that tho party was goiu lt(B-war- d. teachers, both for county and State certificates will be hold rf. Fordaviljd After Mr. Jolly came jajKUkem from on Friday, and Saturday, June each district and all iwere very ea- - 1914. OZNA SHULTZ, S. S. O-- C. or to-daCon-arcuu. contest Hes came before Tho Jullge B.rkhead at tills term of coun and work of recounting tho ballots has been in progress. An ccurato result of the contest could noS be obtained for this 'asuo as several precincts are yet to be counted. Tho fiyes nal count was not completed terday as was thought but will pro bably be finished There Is nu doubt oatothe result, IMr. however, for Mr. Smith and II ankoi.jhip, candidates for county attorney and county court clerk respectively, Jiafte, instead of losing, gainiU. When lntorviQwed yesterday they seemed confident and expressed The no fear of leu'ng tlielr offices. contcfitaiits, Mr. Sandcrtur and galnul a few ivotos in Bonie by precjnets but thete were offset Iossoj in others. Wo gi-below tlio result of there-couANOTHER HAT IN up to yesterday afternoon. rect .! Smith's gain Sulpbur Springs, 5; There was no real test of feLrongth Cromwoll 1, Cool Springs 1, South SENATORIAL RING in the voting tonight .but the reKockpopr 2, Horse Branch 9, Ros.ne of won the firsC round 2, W., Fords ville 1, Shreve 1, Point peal forces tjie fight when they put thru, by a 23. 1. Pleasant Total Hon. R. P. Ernst Makes Formal vote of 50 to 24, the Smiths loss North Itockport 10, amonimcnt, which Dam 2- - Total 12. West Beaver Announcement of that the United States does hot Sanderfur's gain W. Hartford 1. nor roilnquKh any right it may waive Bed.-- 2, X. Hockiwrt 12, S. Rockport Candidacy. ' have, to exempt Aniur.qan ships from X, E. Fordsvllle Total 21. payment of tolls thru the Panama 1, Sanderfur's loss E. Hartford Canaf. vBoth. sides had conceded thh.') Covington, Ky., June 8 Formal 2,Hprse 'tMslffioudiiieuC wimW-xarr-y, Sulphur SprJjiml,McHenry Ibut ;t announcement of tho catodldacy for lirancii 2, uontertown 4, sniauuoua z. h:d been, the Bubject of attack for many tlio Republican nomination for United W. Fordsvilel.Shrovej l.Polnt Pleashours todayiud when tho large ma States Senator was made uoday by ant 1. Total 15- jority was aniiounctd many Senators Richard P. Ernst. Mr. Smith's majority 'Is now 37. were surprised. us immensely popular in Air. Blankenship's gam E. Hartford 1, Altho two subsequent attempt to this section net only with RepubliSulphur 1, 1. W. Hartford Beda amend cans but m Dejuocitic null ProgresSprings 7, Cromwoll 1, Cool Springs change the language of tho a sive circles ns well and it is predictto 4. ment so that lt would refer 1, S- - Rockport 4, Horse Branch riant, the United States ha3 instoa1 ed that should former Governor BeckRosjno 1, E. Beaver Dam 2, W. Fords of any right it may have, were de- ham secure tho nomination it is genville 1, Buford 1. Total 25. vote erally conceded uhat Ernst will seBlankenship's loss X- - Rockport 5, feated with ease; but neither was so decisive as tlhat on tho Sim- cure hundreds of Democratic votes Smallhous 1, Bartletts 1, Point PleasOne modifying in Kenton County- mons amendment- ant 1. Total 8. by Senator Sutherjanu amendment For many years Air. Ernst has been Renfrew's gain Cool Springs 1, X. second active in the political tie'H of KenRockport 2, E. was beaten 49 to 33, and the Horse Branch 1, proposed by Senator Cummins suffer tucky. Altho oue of the minority par Fordsvllle 1. Total 4. .vote of 49 to 37. ty for many years, he has always .been Reufrow's loss Sulphur Springs 2, ed a like fate by a Of tho W ty Senators who voted for a clean-handfighter and aided 2, 1, Roelne 1, Center-towHnendment thlrty-sl- x largely in the successes which have 1, Shreve 1, O'.atou 1 Pt. the Simmons Smallhous were Democrats and thirteen were come to his party. Pleasant 1. Tota 10- was .vot For years Air. Ernst was a member figures his ma- RepiuV'cans and the other Mr. Blankenship cast by Senator Poindexter, Progres of the Republican State Centijsjl jority at 52 at the present count. It Xlne Democrats and fifteen for four years jts chairman was 29 in tho official. SmlUi was giv- sive. Republicans voted against tho amend- aud now is serving as the Republi--ca- n en 25 In the official but jt is now ment. In tho votes pn.the two sub member cf the State Board of Elabouti 30. there were .several ections. In addition to Oils there are from stitutes offered iJho alignment of DemoIt was due ip him that permanent 25 to 40 votes .that will likely be changes but crats remained about the same as on headquarters for tho organization were prdven illegal by tfie coatestees if the first vote. established and since maintained In it comes to trial. Attempts wil (be made tomorrow to Louisville. He frequently has (been It is thought no further action will put thru other amondmonts regarding a delegate to the State and National be Vkon by tho contestants after the American rights aa to toll exemption Republican conventions. completed- pnuent is and American sovereignty over the Ho was elected to the Covington Whatlstt? canal, but the repeal forces are be Ci,ty Council in 188C. The m4Jort.y to of Jihp board was Democratic, but recA few days ago Aleukia Charl.o lieved to bo sufficiently ptrong and Wislson Wrd, of No Creek neigh llsposo of the pa3Sfho of tho bill it ognizing tho abilities of Air. Ernst borhood, senA to this offclo a ptraugo self. and his municipal devotion, the Demmix-u- p in plant Ufe- - A imre aud oll There were several expressions dur ocratic majority eiccteil him pres defined stalk of common cane, cuy ing tho dobato today of a desire to ident of Council, and pit no time re hi Rough river boUom whore this submit the dispute will Great Britain gretted tho action- - Ho served as growth lias always been plentiful, tq arbitration U'ti-- the repeal bill is president of Council for three years. heavi'y seeded with a grain resembl- passtJ- It has boen currently reported in ing .wh at" or oats- - In tho huskm'oro Worst Firebug Known oats, but almost as llvgo, Wien tlho Senate for several days that an like Fow people ever bow yhe lightning aliellod, and plump as grains of arbitration resolutron wJJl bo presentafter the passage of tho bill. strike anythjug and yo!J it visits stalk is very waghty ed wheat. The arbitration houses and barns frequency enough Sutherland's wltli Its strange crop of grain and Senator 1 ftarfut stroko p compel tlio undoubtedly inako an excellent amendment already has received tho i with would foreign Relations Com- - insurance campaniles to take notice form of feed both for man and beast, approval of the exof . Paronl8, teachers and books If tt con bo reproduced. It has been niiX'tee and Senior Xorrja is tflio warn children not to tako refuge undo pected to reue,w his proposal of examined by many persons who an a tnunuorstorm, as mere ago. It a great curiosity. An at- saiuo sort malo several weeksu,n ar- a tree is greater whnger of the lightning tempt will' ,be mado ,to grow i$ils A serious attempt: to put thru bitration resolutions however may bo srlking them there. Competent au strange planfc from the sood. , opposed by Democratic leaders who are thority reports that over oue half tho K. of F's Elect Officers. uuxloua to take up pending antitrust forest fires of the nation are the reStates f legibla'tlon as soon as possible. sult of JIghtuing- - Twenty-tw- o At the regular meeting of tho Altho tho debate tonight grew wnm-a- t laiit year reported forest fires Blartod P. lodge .Tuesday evening, die fol too of Jn this manner. California suffered the lowing officers were elected for times htere was tho absence ensuing term: Jc&so R. Hoover, C. campaign oratory which was frequent- most;there were 700 different fores C; McDowell A. Fogle, V. ; H. ly marked tho progress of the bill to fires slirtod by Hghtulng In that E. Brown, Prolato; J. W. Taior, a final stage. The first vote carao State alone. A single storm started a M. of W.; W. W. niley, M. of A.; whou tho Senate wids not looking for string of fries la that State that 750 miles from Oregon to A. Rial, I. G.; A. E. Pate, O. G. It and found twenty-on- e Senators All the mombers aro urgtfl to be from tho chamber or out, of Mexico. Neither the locomotive uor anything prctsent next Tuesday ovend.ng. June town- - Tho galleries 'ere. only half the campers have Btai-tefjl'cd but as the evening wore on like the number of fires caused by 16, for which you will all be ell ' atrfd when the Ughtnjuj J W. TAYLOR. C. C. the. crowds grew to-da- y. prom-ise-tnc ut de-cja- ki 1-- Clyde Rucker aiill Evangeline John- Declares U. S. Shall Not Relir- - son, co'ored, plead guilty yesterday aftcrnotn Jn circuit court to taking quish Rights Under a pocktc book, belonging to "Aunt" Ellen Liowis, also colored, and Treaty. the contents. They were given from UAcive fo thirteen months Washington, June 10. Tho Senate and will probably be taken to llddy-vill- e tonlglut cleared away most of tho leg"Aunt," Ellen lost tho purse Sunislative bWrriers jn the way of u fl- - day afternoon 5n an uljey jn Haytl nal ivoto oa the canal tolls exemp- aud jt was found by the girjs a fow tion repeal bill, nnd unless there are mjnutcs after- - "Aunt" Ellen cla!iml3 flight sho questioned them but they denied unforeseen developments, the knowing anything whatever of the which has raged in Congress oer money. Later she learned of exten ma,ny mautlis, will this measure for sive purciiases made by the two fclrls come ! close before adjournment. Carson & Co's., Fuiir's and Acton Votes taken tonight on amendments at & Bro's., and made investigations.' designed to preserve any right tho Evidence sufficient tp indict mas Uniuli States pcfflessts under the found and Icra than an hour b)ter treaty with Great Brit the grand, jury made, the indictment a.n to exempt American ships from the Bentenco had been, proaounctkl- toll payment thru the Panama Canal "Aunt" Elieii bay? 'she had $335 repeal Indicated that the forces of in the pocket book. Swell dresses and will win by a substantial majority. confections of all kinds were enjoySenator Simmons .who Juis led the that ed by the "galld" but tihey must pay forropcal, lias estimated flgbltj dearly for their high IJvjng. the bill will carry by not fewer than at 4otes, and there ,wa& every ten his estimate will prove cor- - Measure. i Ent yn ed Cdm-mitjle- e, nt r pro-aoun- ce K-o- C-- At 1 o'clock Wednesday aftor-no- ja the anouuocment was made that a tentative agreement has been reached between reprcsentntlvcu of the Btaty and representatives of the fire Insurance companies whereby the Insurance fight is ended and the foreign Insurance companies ejgrco tp at oncer return to Kentucky, iwjj.i lower rate prevtylmg for somo classes of property anil h'gher rates for certain qf "unprotected property." AtUuough iho conferees ore iVfirry close to a finaj agreement the task o putting it in writing remained, nnd wtpfctatedthatit," jwuld require Several hours to do this, and .afterward it --wil be necessary to send the' written document to Frankfort to Governor" McCreary for his approval- - Howeverv it seems to be certain that the dispute is at last Settled and the long dratwn out uncertainty Js over. The terms pf the Mjrecment,whitch, are found ibolow In tihjs tesue.are satisfactory Jo oho business men of the Stajv to tho State oficers and to the Insurance companies. adjournetd The conferecis at 2 o'clock to meet cisain at 4 with the text of the,written asreement stil uncompleted. There seems, however; to Ibe only Uie slightest chance of any serious hitch arising-- . Gov. James B. AlcCreary sat Ja tho conference for a time and as- 9ts:c4 Attorney GeiveralGariiett am State Auditor Bosworth in the IfwlC of soltllng ihe fight. The. conference; which was in seasjon for some hours Tuesdaywas resumtM at 11 o'clock Wednesdaiy morningjand Attorney General GaroetJi 'although umwllmg to discuss tho terms, of the proposed settlement, BtaJlid to ther Evening Post that he was nearly certain that the fight is over' and that a satisfactory settlement iwill be announced soon- The .terms pf agreement are-a- s fol lows: First The Insurance companies) agree to Hie principle of State regu lation of fire insurance companies aiii to return to the State, of Kea- tucky at once. -. Second Thq SJjJto ofjeers egree.in substance, to suspend the operations of he Glenn bUl and' to refrain from putting certain heavy nxipenBes entailed by that bill upon the Insurance companies. A it'cs,t of the .constitu-tionalj'- ty of the ibill will be made. Third A commission of three will bo named to study thefire Insurance situation add recommend a 'how law to the ne,xt Legislature, which will tako the of, (bo-Jthe Glenn bUl and the Zorn bill. One of thso com missioners will ibe named by 4he lous iness organizations of- - Kentucky, duo by the Siate Insurance Board and one by the insurance, companies. The insurance conijuies (will llay the expenses of tills coinlsslon- Fourth The insurance companies agree to put into effect at once oiuors issutfc a year ago by the State Rating Board, providing for-aaverage; reduction of 10 ier cent In the charges for (insurance upon residence" property In the climes and towns, and for a 15 per cent reduction upon loose leaf tobacco. , Fifth Thoro will be a resiljuat- meut in t'he rates upon "unprotected business property." This meainl Ibua- iuoss property In places where there-ino protection' ogainaV rife lot. " 11 ' . . til n.i xdicjw jums wi.u iue mcreaauu rrum IS to 25 per cent, ibut .will ha reduced again, as iji.ndj ns. Jlre. p'rptectlon'A securou. u is , vaijevea uiari tn offers an dnucement 'to protection against riro that' rUluce the fire "loss' Jn Kentucky. ' Louisville Post- ! o n s l4 i1 BhsImss OpportMiity. Wanted partner with 1600, in excounty right proposition. cellent Splendid pocalhUlUw. ' Full investigation. Address W.S. 308 Bids., LoulsYllle, Ky. Inter-SouU-e- ra lib-so- ut d. 1xt 'LIMC immmtp MMsiraasAu w44UJLm . t Hi 1. 1 m imjun I. As Projectiles They Would Mow Down Why Some Men Are Angels Abroad Practical Joks Intuited Everything In Their Way. Empress Eugenie. and Demons at Home. A big flywheel. spinning rapidly In. A fondness for Joking Is often n trait There Is a form of Insanity, so well Millions on Millions of Them Are of royiil personages, who perhaps Unci The Big Ones and the Heavy Ca- vol vest it much greater dancer than that recognized that wills have been broken of merely exploding. The explosion of on tho strength of It. that tnkes the iu nonsense a ebeerful relief from the Because of Terrible Backa nywiieei is due to centrifugal force Flying Through Space. bles Are of Wrought Iron. decorous tedium of tlielr otllclul apform of brutality jui those of one" mid causes pieces of tlie wheel to fly own family when at the same time Its ache. Relieved by Lydia pearance. The New York Tillies reoff at a tangent In the plane or the victim Is kind, benevolent nod charmcalls an lUHtuiit-- In which the beautiE. Pinkham's Vegeta-bl- e THE PERILS OF A COLLISION. ful Kmpress Kugeiile of France was SOFT STEEL FOR SMALL ONES. wheel, but In practically every direc- ing to nil outside. This Is known to " Compound. tion In this plane. Hut consider for n alienists and lawyers as "olklnianlu." victimized, with the iimiilviiiire of her moment what would happen If u fly- Historic cases of It are those of Dean Philadelphia, Pa. "I suffered husband. Napoleon III , by an amusing What Would Happen If One of tha Lar- pantomime. The Larger Sizes Are All Hand Forged, wheel were to become loose from Its Swift. Mrs. John Wesley and the fa- displacement and inflammation, andfrom had ger of These Erratic Derelict! Should sucu pains m my and In This Work the Metal Must bearings ami stay whole. A special cinbiisy IimiI arrived In ther of Frederick the ire.il. The great velocity of rntatjn would sides, and terriblo Whirl Itself Into Our Solar System. Paris from Ittirniti. Three day after Be of Precisely the Right Heat and In women It generally takes the bo changed to velocity of tiinhiton. backache so that 1 The Birth of a Nebula, Its arrival the court was notltled that the Olows Quick and Sure. form of mi unreasoning and baseless and the wheel would travel with light- Jealousy, leading them to make life a could hardly stand. by ; the solemn reception of the mission Possibly It has new occurred to t ftinlr mnloatltw The gre.it bulk of chains. Including ning swiftness along the floor In tho burden to their husbands, to sulk per, I took six bottles of 1111 tnLmany eople that there are such bodies sold Lydia E.Pinkham'a , foowns veiling at the Tullories all cable and mooring chains, are from direction of -rotation.. It would act like versely at home while shining In so- i ..- ..... .. . sis dark stars, but so groat nn authority At the nmiolnto.l hour Xmi.oI.hiii mii.1 by the pound. The price ranees VoRotnble H,K Jlt ireinen-- 1 Ci.v or spending much time In rc-as Sir Kobert Hull has said that the IJugeule. surrounded by all the pritiel-- 3 . t 12 cents a pound, according to doiis speed. Of course. If It were to lMmu dcvoUou or In works of honevo- drop In a puddle of oil It would not go i,.m.e i7:''' MlrttOPIJI I llllll OlialltV do nny amount of t, ,.!. lnrL-- Ktnr :iri. fn 111.. Iirli'lif tnr mini, nnl m.nnli.iiM f tlw.lr P,,,i,..li,.l.l work, sleep Rood, eat ,A!1 0;,1,!t's ,""1 "tll,,r very heavy far. but simply slip like nn engine: ,,, tiers lis the i old horseshoes In existence their places upon the dais In the throne 0U1m.iuf.-- takes the form of , good, nnd don't have wi.iiii-ut- miuiii- - ui ll'li;;ill inill, IIUI1 wucci uii nn oueu irucK. nut with no active brutality to their wives and ire to the red hot ones. Fur every such Plliltll n bit of trouble. I hot one there must be many hundreds fl'e emperor gave orders for the in- - u,ort ,lrL m'wo "nnigiit iron mains or on- 10 chock us course tlie results would children. It Is often iiiompaulisl by "recommend Lydia E. iu cumcmpinie. ' """ ",l'u""1'-- . of cold ones, so that If the simile Is troductlou of the embassy, the folding "" '"" V . and exhausting remorse. continuous fnippiwe uiai llie WIICOI wns lortv under (Jie terrible consciousness that Pinkham's Vegetable Compound pound the heavens must contain an in. doors at the farther end of the great "i uiiiieiiiii ii quiirier oi nn incu III to credible number of these derelicts ou bull were thrown open, and a number diameter, but nowadays most of the' feet In circumference and was rotating i t1L, y are torturing those tney re.il i.v every sulTerinR womam." Mrs. HAntiY ,,,,. , shake j FtsitUR, 1(JI2 Juniuta Street, Philadelthe ocean of (.pace, which, having lived f white robed and fantastically tur- - chain used In comparatively smaller nt 100 revolution, n minute. A point ,0Vc. ut tl)cy tiro Pa. thelr life, have grown cold and dead, haned Individuals, some of them with sizes Is made of soft steel, such chain on the wheel wou.d then be traveling ,)(T m, Solm.tlllu.. w.eu the phia, --. 000 feet a minute, or about SO.) miles ' Another Woman's Cnsc. ,, ,i,,,d. but are still racing about at star speed long, gray beards, crossed the thresh- - being made In sizes ranging by six ,r 0,,Ject 11,1 of nn, nn hour This Is as fast as a cannon until In .their wanderings they meet old. threw themselves prostrate upon teenths from 'bcne actually In . Providence,.... I. 'iKi'"--uinpoun- r speak. "I t.i ..... ennnot r I. ball and. of course, the wheel would ii llw some other heavenly body In terrific, the floor and began to crawl toward Inch to an Inch antl a quarter. ane Such was the case with Dean M jt (jone won,ers for me nmj J When the size of a chain Is referred net lu n similar manner to n cannon collision. (1( throne with the most extravagant .swift nfter the death of Stella, the wouI,i not without it Ihadadis- to by those familiar with chains. It ball- -It would be n mighty projectile bucti gigantic catastropue as tUe contortions or ins iiruiamy. wiiimi ue pain placement. benriiiK down.and backache. go through almost any- vKiim clash of 'two suns, each perhaps milor until I could hurdly stand nnd woj Uiora; upon the gravity of the gen- always means not the link, but the that would The tax tlu penalty lu pathetic alternations lions of miles In diameter, rushing at tlemen aud ladles present was so great material used In It Thus a one Inch thing. It Is this danger which keeps delirium and melancholy. oughly run down when I took Lydia Ej chain would be made of one Inch steel the size and speed of flywheels down each other at the rate of twenty or that only the frowns of the empress Pinkhnm'a Vegetable Compound. So well Is this form of Insanity recog It or iron. The completed link would be In practice, especially n board shin. thirty or even more miles per second as usual, most concerned that proper helped me and lam in the best of health I ll.n.l. In n ..II ..... It Is possible that projectiles, will yet nized that the courts will throw out , ... .w..a..n. Ave or six times as long nnd about would result, so the mathematicians dimity and gravltv should prevnla the will of ... man who has manifested l."" .aA tell us. In a world splitting explosion prevented them from laughing ont- - about three and a half times as wide be made on this principle for certain It ir this will cuts o!T his natural heirs long besides doing my housework so you can see what it has done for me. I givn across as the thickness of the material purposes. Think what an army could exactly ns if each were composed of New York World. you permission to publish my name and do at short range If It was equipped which It was made. billions of billions of tons of gunpow- s of the way to the throne ofIn speaK of your Vegetable Compound to other days all chains was hand- with hundreds of big flywheels that der, and as when gunpowder explodes tl)( three venewble leaders of the em- many of my friends." Mrs. AduilLaw-soHow They Cured Madness. could be released. They would tnnel nothing is left but gas and smoke, so bassy st0pe(, wr,Kgllg nml ,,CR.ln ,0 made, but the modern chain Is of soft 12G Lippitt St, Providence, II. I. Murder as well as suicide was someThere N along the ground at great speed nnd in the clnsb of staw nothing would be tnrn solnersiIIIN. n.igenle evidently steel nnd machine made. justified In the old flays. In antimes Danger Signals to Women simply mow down everything Is bent taken a long bar of steel, ,t,eiW';reat!, oll(1 bodlMIw"ch believed that to be the proper method cold around a mandril which oval In would way. The only drawback to lu cient parish registers in Hnghiud there are whnt one physician called backache, their an ing of sllowInK respict , that Is dad the urnia flirwhen shape. The bar Is thus bent Into what use of flywheels In this way Is the re- are such entries as "Ilottgkluson Thom- headache, nervousness, nnd Uie blues. mass of incandescent gas called a the ordImlrlIy ,milIllW,Vt. t.mver,)r be. looks In mnny cases they are like a spiral spring with Its colls sistance of the ground, ami that would as dyed ye Hill dale of Apt II. IlilT some female derangement symptoms of nebula, of wheb. as most people know. , , aJg0 or nn inflammomXmM not round, but oblong. This spiral !" not hold for a distance ns short as there ore quite j, number dotted over .,,,, Im for hN half N It. He wns smothered for ye mail matory, ulcerative condition, which may , of d ness." Which means that as Hodgklu be overcome by taking Lydia E. cut up cold in a cutting machine, which a mile. he heavens T ,Is maeNtrom of gas toncj. 's coukl b Iunrd by tboo who While an ordinary projectile hits In son had been bitten by a mad dog bis cuts It Into as many parts as there nre Vegetable Compound. Thousands would sail about among the stars for , stooJ that round h , one spot only, the flywheel would cover kind hearted neighbors settled Ills fate of American women willingly testify to colls, each of these being the material U At that moment the most aged of the ?h fSe an area ns wide as the wheel and ns for him by putting u feather bed on its virtue. . . , ., , . for a link, nnd nt the same time ' :. star system much like our own. with ","," spreads each of these sections long as the path over which It traveled. top of him and sitting on It till he was . somersault that apart a little at the opening and cuts Therefore it Is hardly possible that any suffocated. probably a central sun. planets and ,an(,c1 nl,n prostnit at the feet of the on each of the two free ends a long wheel would become spent without docuoon YOU cm' of these would sooner or later Ii empress with such violence that his scarf or bevel and bends the ends over ing great damage. It could be pretty Clear Case of Overwork. , It. alas, his headdress flew off and n nn.. accurately aimed and, on account of Its Polite Doctor Your husband, mad..a.v ui u . vuiiiiiuii ui iiriijfv.uvu. O long white beard. To with astonished within the opening. the suitable for the support of life and as gaze This bent piece of steel Is now In gyroscopic effect, would travel In prac- am, is suffering either from overwork revenlpd the feashape, roughly speaking, like a letter tically a straight line. Its gyroscopic or excessive Indulgence In alcoholic centuries pussed would become tures of Eugenie were the It Is difficult to say stimulants. long U with peopled with sentient beings. Grad- - (tntr1 of the Mnniuls de Oalltfet. afterwith Its effect would not. however, n n.t inlnl.iin irmi .... t -- M t, llf ""'" " n1ntm tnil mil-ni-..l .iliu uillll-ii-cap-..- two endsrather over nrms and It need-onl- y going up or down n hill, butkeep It from which. Anxious Wife Oh. I'm sure ,,.,llf ,hnr would pre inward. bent bnt Treatment to have those scarved ends weld- vent It from deviating from IU path It's overwork! Why. ho can't even go to exist, and Dually become frigid, cold.II f ,wnr'Everythen ndnshliiB cavalry of one broke Into shouts .,. , ... . to the theater .without hurrying out ed together to make It a link of chain otherwise. aalllililil. 1mA s tj for WEAK laughter, especially Defense against such n projectile half a dozen times to see one of his liiiaavaiaiaawBBV stars visible to the naked eye is only lug members of the when the remain' The chninmnkcr sits at a foot operembassy removed ated power hammer, with a forge be would be hard to get New York AmerLUNGS or tartnors! London Tntler. n few thousands, tltli the best telescope and other instruments It Is cal- tlielr beards and turbans and were rec- side him. In which he beats the open ican. CONSUMPTION ognized as culated we can detect about a hun- entourage. members of the Imperial links. Defined. If you mention this paper we will send you Pretty Useful Shoes. Tommy-Po- p. dred millions not u large number fire a link suitably Is flattery? Tom lie takes from the what Every one enjoyed the joke except It would be dlliicult to realize what my's Pop Flattery, my son. .Is having a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for a- there are (if teen times as many peoheated and books It Into that tired, the empress. She burst Into a flood of far as completed and then the chain the the Frieslander would do without his some one feeling. coughs, pains ple as that living ou this globe): but, pinches else tell us the nice things in chest, rundown judging by Sir Robert Ball's horse- tears, declared that she had been cruel- open ends of the new link together un klompen or wooden shoes, for they we have always thought about our- lungs or night sweats, hemorrhages, weak consumption. ly Insulted, swept out of the throne der the hammer, anil with three or have a hundred uses. With them he selves. Philadelphia Record. shoe simile and reckoning only a hun- room nnd left Paris In anger on th loot aox Qlft OHIO MEDICAL CO. every bright one. we quick blows he welds the link to balls out his oat. corrects his childred dark ones to four COLUMBUS, o: .may take it that there must be at least following morning. Every one who be- gether. When he takes a hot link dren and scoops up a drink of water Neglected His Duty. lieves that practical Jokes, even when wherever he may be. He places in 10,000.000.000 dark stars chasing about from In. Sir. Pester-Wh- nt mode you get off amusing, have a savor of meanness -- o lie the fire he puts a cold one Is and them his worms for fishing, uses them that car backward? Any fool could in space, most of which we have never will be glad continues to work. It alto To Prevent Blood Poisoning to know that It was sev- - gether a quick seeu and probably never will see. and more economical as missiles lu a free tight, measures have tnlil nm tint tn Mrs l..iip t ......l .... .1.1 M..1 apply at once the wonderful old rclltble DR ...!.. 1. ........ I say most of which, for perhaps It! process of manufacture thnn hand dry goods with the anil .1 llliniirisli ri,., whe ilt.ln't .. I wiuti'u'h as'tkiihtip iiai ivi ,, ... ,"'," peacc ' 8ical Urculn that trlicvc. pain ay come ns a surprise to some that ' forging, but It has not yet beirf adapt Otller things. I he klompen are cheap. st:)r, and hrali afA l the aarae time. Not a linimeut. Z!k. JOc. 1 1.0Q, ed to chains of the larger sizes. iiiey cost about fifteen pence a falr. the earth we live In Is a dark star. England's Boasted Power. So are all the other planets and planeThere nre wrought Iron chains of mans size, and Dutchmen's feet are Europe combined against Km lire and some sizes that are machine miile. bnt not Cinderella-lik- e toids of our solar system, which with by any means. their moons, of which bodies, shining was beaten, the failure being largely ill wrought chains of materia! above Wide Worid .Magazine. WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH due to us. The balance of power being an Inch and a quarter In diameter are only by the reflected light of the sun. there arc at least (100 known to as- overthrown the war continued for hand forged. Overheard by Thackeray. years. Our fleet was SSO.00 a Week, almost S10.00 a Day Of whatever size the big chain Is to tronomers. Xor must we forget to twenty-threThe discomforts endured by Thackpowerless to bring It to a close. It he the workmen cut up the Iron bars mention those bodies called shooting eray In the United States, which he Selling Victor S;ifi--s and bozrs stars which may be seen almost any continued for nearly teu years after into straight lengths, each suitable to dwells upon In the letters to Mrs. to merchants, doctors, lawyers, deiulxM and our signal victory at Trafalgar. Our be made Into a link. This length ot tKrmerrf.nt I ot whom rcnllzc the lleeil clear night if patiently watched for. Brookfleld. were alleviated by some of a safe, but do not know liowettfjrltUloown These, though they look like stars, are army was only able to land very small Iron is heated, one end at a time, and amuslug Incidents. After his return one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of to tlie lwt, clean-cu- t . money. maklni; opiortunl- ne after the other the ends are ham London he told Curlyle hardly, as every one knows, to be dig- numbers In Spain and formed about a that during one rccrivt-ui, iiuoui prioua experiiirit rv-nified by the name, being mostly but quarter of the allied force wnlch de- mered down by hand ou nn anvil to of Ids American Journeys ence YOU enn duplicate the tuccrss of others "the train feated Napoleon at Waterloo. We shape the senrves or bevels. Then Our liamfjouiely Illustrated "WM.npe catalog very small masses of matter flying stopped at Concord. Then one of the will enable vou to uretent the tnl.leet to ens. ubout in space. They are quite cold have never fought a great laud cam- 'Ills straight piece of heavy wrought two silent Yankees opposite me turned toraers In an lnterestlnff a. manner as though ,i o you ,j were piloting tliem through, ourfaatory. Men appointed as nnd dark until they cuter our atmos paign against a European power Iu the Iron with scarved ends Is swaged Into to the other and remarked. Mr. i:iner-sobftleiiui-receive advice and Instruction, tor aelltnir afej. iriilnir phere, which they do at such a speed whole of our history. We hnve never link form, and If it is to be a stud or convincing talking points which it la Impossible for a prospective cnetomer to denr. Wbl I hear, lives In this town.' 'Ye-usas raises them at once to a white heat faced a European enemy with more bar chain there Is placed within the wa the drawling rejoinder, 'and I .' un- nont tou Ming nr touppiy irora your vicinity before someone else nets the tarrltorrt v.e can tavor only ope salesman out ot e.icu focalttr, than 40.000 men. The balance has been link before It Is welded together the by friction of their passage through i ne join anniversary oi our made up by foreigners. And on the stud or bnr. This Is a stout little bar derstand that. In spite of? his odd company was celebrated by Jt. nnd thus they are revealed to us. he is a man of cousld-er-Rblerecting the moat modern safo For overy oue wo see there must be. strength of thnt we talk of having of cast Iron, with Its ends rounded In. property.' " factory in the world. Widemany thousands uhose paths miss us beaten the world! Tird Percy In the concaved to tit the rounding surface awake men who received our njieclal selling Inducement, National Review, Loudon. entirely, ships that pass in the night, f the link Iron, the stud being placed Lover of Poetry. 2zsr;3 iiuecotr "?135K- across the link Inside of It and mid silently and unknown. Some of these Mf output. We are apenolai "Too bad ubout poets. Isn't ft?" tnanv thousanda of doflapa eat Salt In Butter. way of Its length are of immense magnitude nnd are unlaminir our sales organtiattot) "What's too bad-th- elr poetry?" The notion that salt "brings out" the Once In place nnd the link pinched doubtedly , regular In their course. but to learn all canicular. "No, no; the doesn't pav will cost you ooly the price at Others are doubtless flying about the flavor of butter Is ridiculous. It spoils together on lis ends the stud could not to write poetry.fact that Itthey're mostI'm told ft posul card. In the gastronomic countries of lie got out except by breaking It out heavens on haphazard paths, and It It ly always very poor." Ask for Cilalo&it 16 T. it conceivable that one might come Europe the consumer would no more with a sledge. Its purpose Is to pre"You ineau their books don't sell?" along and collide with us or our sun. allow salt to be put Into the butter be vent the links from drawing together "That's It. It's too bad." THE VICTOR The result of such a collision would eats than Into the cream he puts In his at their sides and wedging under "You like poetry?" undoubtedly be the end of this earth coffee or the Ice cream he tikes for bis heavy strains. In a stud chain then"I love It. I read all I can get." SAFE & LOCK CO. dessert There Is absolutely no excuse Is a stud lu every link. nnd Its InlmbltnnU. "You buy the books, of coursn?" If the intruder were of any respecta- for continuing the barbarous practice With this stud In place nnd the link "Oh, dear, no' I can get 'em nil from CINCINNATI, OHIO '" Capaolty 20,000 Sales Annually. Our New Horn ble size n collision with nny of the lar- of denaturing American butter by the bent to shape with the scarves over- the library'" Cleveland Plain Dealer. addition of salt It does uot oven help lapping, the link Is again put in the ger members of '.he solar system would Henry T. Kink's tire to be Anally heated for the weld produce such a conflagration ns would to make It keep. Seldom Misses. :ng. which Is done by hand. It take-- I raise the temperature of all the rest "Kood and Flavor." Two "good fellows" nmbllng blacksmith to handle It nnd on big above the point at 'which life as we haliis two or three helpers striking home at an early hour In the morning know it could exist. "The earth and The Worm Turns. Mrs. Gnaggs Vou miserable worm! with sledges to do the welding. The after a festive evening. all the Inhabitants thereof would be "Doesn't your wife miss you on these burnt up and the elements would melt Out of my way! You're always kick- Iron must be of precisely the right heat, and the blows must lie quick occasions?" asked one. with fervent heat." Even If such a ing because I want to gut out TRY IT 10 DAYS "Not often." replied the other; "sho 'ind sure to complete the work perfectstar did not collide, but merely passed Since last June, over throws pretty straight." Cleveland ly before the Iron cools. through our system, the effect of Its Mr. Gnaggs Now. look here 12,000 offices have adoptMrs. Guaggs Not a word from you. Stud chain Is sometimes tnade oi Leader. attraction would altogether upset present eondltloiH and almost certainly now! Come bore and hook up my Iron ns sninll as ed this Adder, of an Whero Thoy Differed. inch In diameter. Kroni that the Iron bring ubout the cessation of life ou the dres! Each took the machine "I always try to look at everything Mr. Gnaggs Now, look here, .lennle. used runs through various diameters earth. on trial. Each made a Neither fun wo encourage ourselves If you meat) to Imply I'm a hookworm up to three Inches nnd more A three from both sides." ten-da- y test. "Your wife tells a different sory." Inch chain makes a tremendous cable Louis Rewith the hop., that tho collision would I"m darned If I stnud It-- St. "How's that?" They found the machine suitable fur a live ton anchor. liar be too sudden for us to know much public. "She says you haven't seen 'the Inper's Weekly about it. N such thing Our nstrouo-meto be rapid and compeside of a church for years." Chicago would see the stir directly it got Unpardonable Offense. tent. Even a child can Ilecord-Iferald- . near enoiif.li lor the sun to light It up. Visitor Who Is the long haired off, Unlawful. operate it. And anyone, probably llflcwi or twenty years before icer? Police Chief lie was formerly n What the man pent for flower? and with little practice, can Made It Short. it arrived, according to Its size and musician, but changed his calling to before bis weihliiig was quite Newedd Whut's wrong with this pie peed. They would be able to calcu- benefit his health. Visitor compute a hundred Is he a crust"; It doesn't half cover the pie. Ft nt not a red afterward late Its piuli foretell to a few mill, good pollceniuu? Police Chief Gen a minute. i ntes the Accordingly the florists and confer Mrs. Newedd Why. dearest. I asked moment of the catas erally, liut the first day he was on the It does all that is done a XX SAW WAV your uioti"ri nil ubout how lo make trophe, uml ivi fchould have tho added force he arrested a man for trying to lienors filed u bill hi the federal court by $150 machines, and it horror of (ho MiiiHpallou of our slowly play Schubert's "Serenade" on u "This merger." they protested, "Is In them to suit '"U, and she said to 'make never makes mistakes. the crust very short. Hoston Tranudvancliig dn.im "Iti'dei'd. the passage Youngstowu Telegram. restraint of trade." I J fe. script. Every office, store and of even a mimII tar quite outside our system by many million All His Own. A Corn Curs. of miles factory needs this American Adder. None will go without it Precept and Practice. after would still hive i Niidleletitly disturb-lu"Doe your tad find his sums hard?''' Soak feet lu wniiu water lo which n knowing what it does. T "What's the matter with your wife?" effect on us lo druw us out or our "Ob. no. The bums are easy enough, little borax nnd mmIm b.ivo beeii added "She has fretted herself Jnto n shlc Ask us to send one on ten days' free trial, it incurs nn nhii- path and uliei entirely our climate aad but hU results aro too original to suit Itepeat several days nnd coin, will headache over her paper for the Don't temperatuie.-OlMiiilHTtion. Learn what it means to you. Telephone us now. Built bv , (lie teacher." Flleger.de Blatter. come out. National Magazine. H' Journal. Worry elub."-laltlu- ore American. AMERICAN CAN CO., CHICAGO. 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That, in itself, would- - raise tho mean tempera-ture,bu- t It would not be sufficient to produce nil the difference between present and past conditions of antarcTHE tic life. BEWWO Either the sun was hotter in that MA CHUNK distant time, or the composition of the OF atmosphere was such as to retain QUALITY.) more beat, or the Inclination of the earth's axis was different from what ' i, jtij j i, It is today, or, as some have Imagined, the solar system was then passing NOT through a warmer region of space. OLD Whatever the cause may have been, UNDER there Is no doubt that there was a ANY time when the lands around both the OTKEW poles were habitable by animals and rlAVrVC plants, most of which have since been s. driven toward the equator. WATWIAWTCD.FOR ALL TIME. As the antarctic, continent rose, and Tfyoupurcane'tlieNEW UOME you will assumed its burden of Ice; the relics of 'baye a llf awdt ot llio prloe you pay,adwtU Its former splendid life were burled 'nut have n eiidlew chain of repair. almost beyond recovery, while In the far north, where there has been no correp6tidlng elevation; but possibly a depression, more of the .ancient life forms bare remained, while the traces of what I hey once were are more easily recovered. Gurrett P. Servlss la Spokane SpokesmnnHevlew. to prwtlM. RIFCriENCCS. For fre Uulil Dook on 1'rollt.blo i'atrnta writ, to B03-SO- S jer" The earth whirls nroiiml nn invisible nxle. one uiul of which turux tlio deep cup f this Arctic ocean, while the oilier spins tlie hufcu white button of tliu niituntlc continent. In tin- - north the leu (louts on tho fan like n moWux Hour. In the south lb rcUs lll:u a bo"-sshield on a vast iloiuu of uplifted rock. Clove urMiiiil the edges of the Ico worlil, botli north ami south and ecn within It. aiitinals and plants lire found IIvIiik. Hut In their species these of the opposite poles arc as different as the polos themselves. On anil around the antarctic continent there are several species of birds, notably albatrosses, petrels and the strange, upright walking penguins, with their blade coats, white waistcoats and ludicrously polite bearing. There are also whales and seals, but the human form is aliment, except so far ns It Is mimicked to the eye of fancy by the stately penguins. The plants are scanty In number, although sonic bear Mowers. Within the nrctlc circle the ncono Is more animated. There are many arc tic plants, some bearing brilliant (lowers. Yellow buttercups and nrctlc pop ples warm the heart of the explorer. The saxifrage puts out Its 'starry blossoms vltliln V degrees of the pole. There are so many other species that ery nttrnctlru bouquet of arctic n flowers may be formed. The animal life of (lie nrctlc Is also relatively abiin-dnnIn the sea Is the world circling whale, the walrus with his curious tusks nnd the various species of seals. On the land and snow and sometimes on the Icepacks are large and remarkable niilmnls often In nbundancc. The great polar bear alone would suffice to mnkc the hinds that he tenants famous. Then there are reindeer, musk oxen, foxes, wolves, hares and lemmings. Among birds, are grouse, ptarmigans, snow buntings, falcons, pufilus and auks. Hut man is there, too. In the person of the but dwelling, fur clothed, llsh spearing Eskimo. The reason why the life around the two poles Is so different and so contrasted In its forms Is probably to be found In the climatic differences, which. In turn, are governed by the elevation. The sea life Is similar in both enses whales and seals are the characteristic animals that Inhabit the polar waters, nut the great elevation of the antarctic continent, with its eternal burden of snow and Ice, thousands of feet in thickness, continually sending down Immeasurable glaciers that form rabl platforms of thick Ice all around the borders of ihe continent, keeps the mean temperature at a low level and drives life away from the snow burled land. The ntmosphere over the south pole manufactures snow, and ice without limit As the burden piles higher at the center It pushes outward on nil hides down the slopes of the continent until It reaches the bordering sea. Hut things have not nlwnys been thus. The recent explorers of the antarctic have found remains of ancient life, recalling the life of the temperate zones nnd tho tioplcs. The coal deposits of the antarctic continent are hollered to be of vast extent. They could not have been formed under present conditions. They consist of the fossilized remains of Immense forests. They could not have been transported to their present location either by land or water. They must have been form ed where they nre. Consequently the nntmctlc legions must once have n mild climate and ntmosphcilc conditions very favorable to nn abuny t. Beggars That Will Not Work Because They Are Aristocrats. popuof the Anglo-Indialation In India Is siippnitfii by charity. the Aiu.li! Indian thinks that work j Is beneath him, nnd really at .heart he Is a l)oin iioli It Isn't drunkenness which iniiLfs him nil object of elurity. for tlieio Is itiiupitratlvely little drunkenness among tlu poor In Intli.i, Nor Is It tho vntsoii.il trades, us It sometimes Is with us. for work theie Is continuous tho jenr round. Neither Is It the mo-- ! notony of a dreary home or dally toll that ilrhes him" to drink ami then to poverty. Tor there Is no part of Cub cutta whole theie are people of one social grade, but the homes of the poor are Interspeiscd with the rich. He Is a p.uipor purely and simply hu Is an aiNtocrat. lie has ling-- ! llsh blood In Ids elus nuil lie wants to live like the i:uglisi. and the English In India are the successful and the rich. JThe.v hae their well appointed hollies, their servants and every luxury. The i;ugiisinnaii who woiks with (Us nanus, the men In (lie factories, the day laborers, the frontiersmen, tlio farmers nre not found in India. The beggar snob does nut know of their existence. He knows only tho coolies and the Hindus, who woil; with their hands, and he will not he one of tiiciu. He wishes to pattern ids life after the Englishman whom lie knows. He wants to have n servant nnd be waited on, nnd If ho cannot he will not work. To dig with a shoel Is a disgrace In his eyes and begging is Infinitely more respectable pauper Is supSo the Anglo-Indiaported on a scale better than that of the faithful workmen among the Hindus and coolies, and the burden of the charity falls mi the rich English. The wealthy (Hildas will take none of the lesponslbllitles. They say that the Englishman created this class nnd that on him falls the weight of support. There Is another cause of this poverty nlso, apart from this strong false sentiment,. That Is the Insanitary conditions of life which cause the death of the father of the household at nn early age. This reduces the family to pauperism at once, ns the Hues of work open to the Anglo-Indiawoman which she will accept nre practically none. Chicago Tribune. 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One fell buck on steam, but an- It over several times, and say it fast: "A rat ran the roof othera retlceut man usually remark- ot raw liver overbis mouth."with a lump in ed that the most surprising discovery of man wns that this earth moves round the sun nnd is not the most Im- Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin portant small holding In the universe. Troubles. London Spectator. "I could scratch myself to pieces" Is often heard from suferers ot EczeBegan to Enjoy Himself. ma, Teiirier, Itch and similar SRln "He stayed so late that In despera- Eruptions. Don't Scratch Stop the I brought out the grnpbopbone tion about 11:30 and played 'Home, Sweet Itching at once with Dr. Hobsouls Eczema Ointment. Its first application Home.' " "Did that start him?" starts healing; the Red, Hough, SaaJy. "Quite the contrary. When he learn- Itching Skin is soothed by the Heal ed we bad a grnpbopbone be made me ing and Cooling Medicines. Mrs. . piny about every record we bad." Elnfeldt, Rock Islaiji, 111., after Louisville Courier-Journausing Dr. Hobson'p Eczenia Ointment, writes: "Thi's is the first tlm0 in What She Had. Swabbs married a widow on being nine years 1 have been frtto from lta told tbnt she bad an ocean of money. drpOrlful ailment." Guaranteed. 50c-- , tie afterward found she did not have at your Druglst. i bank account at nil. lie bad only ieen told that she had a notion of tnon-lOn, My, Yssl which be found out soon enough. Orhjg "I hate to pjay poksr wits a Londou Telegraph. "it's a hanged hard loser." Brig sight better than playing It with aa easy winaer." Boston Transcript. A Second Edison. Farmer Yes, sir. That hired rasn of nine Is one of the greatest Inventors of the century. City Boarder You For An Impalrd Appetite. and don't say! What did he invent? FarmTo improve the-- appetite er Petrified motion. Judge. strengthen tho digestion try a few dotes of Chamberlain's Tpiblota. Mr. Rather Odd. J. H. Solfje, of Detroit, Mich., pays: "It's prefty expensive to have one's "They restored my appclte when Imown lawyer." feel "Hut It doesn't cost nuythlng to keep paired, rollovtU me of a bloated ing atJll caused a pleasant and satis one's owh counsel." Boston factory movement of e bowels" For sale by All Dealers. l. They Were Quite Popular In Paris In the Eighteenth Century. Parisians have always been extremely devoted to' sundials, nnd It Is probable that the French capital possesses n greater number of these time indicating devices than any other city In the world. Even in the eighteenth century the sundial was most popular in Paris, nnd fashion singled out for Its choice the sundial of the Palais Itoyale. Every day at noon this was the center of interest of an eager crowd. A writer of that period tells of a "great crowd in the corner of the Palace Itoynle garden, standing motionless with their noses in the air," each was watting for noon, having his watch In hand, ready to set at 12 o'clock. When the Duke of Orleans was altering the palace In 1782 the Parisians were much disturbed, thinking that they were to be deprived of their favorite sundial. But the duke not only preserved the sundial, but added to it u little powder magazine, which was so arranged that It exploded when the sunlight fell upon it. thus notifying every one who heard the explosion that the hour of noon had arrived. Later a cannon which wns discharged by the sun nt noon took the place of the little powder magazine. Hiiffon arranged an Ingenious dial In tho botanical garden. A globe which represented the earth was suspended by a linlr. Tho hair was burned through by tho sun nt noon, and tho globe fell upon a Chinese gong. St. w i,'iJ trnrlh 500 Fare JU ?mjmmF3mA( LEVELAND DAILY BETWEEN 1 3 22 rBlBlNiBlHBKeHB5 ii 98 i iin UFFALO THE GREAT EIII? W; brrtdth fret. 6 WSjlochn; 1S - 'JSKSafflJ "SZltlDZZZ" Greater in cort Urjer in ill I ronortio". richer ia June IJtli. inland oaten of the world, .. ittteroonn P'l prion .o.,.mmo.ltlng 1S0O tj, .,.juilBit. Iluo ml ..learner on u M.enif icent Steamer. "SEEANDBEE," "City of Erie? and "Gty of Buffalo" lartii. - DaUy-CLEVELA- Leare.BulMo O.JO A.M. ArrWe Cleveland (Central Standard Tune) Taila and all rx.Urn tuj CcnaJIL-- n Tolata. rt.llroad ticket. Connection, at BuMo for MaFara readies- - between Cleveland and UufT.la are 6eod for tran.aorUlion on onr ateuaera. tree. fjr Uudaome illustrated boaklet line; W.to jour ticket .rent for tickel. ia Lr.TeClereI.sd Arrlre DuCale . and BUFFALO KM, May 8 00 l.ttoD.cl.t tilOA.M. ';. .THE CLEVELAND Can. fc BUFFALO TRANSIT u CC A. Cleveland, O. 3: The "Alleged Gentleman." 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WEErtLY COURIER-JOURNA- L lias been'dlKontlBUee', but FARM AND IllustratFAMILY, 'a most ed monthly inaeaicite, JB r, worthy successor. The prlee is oolj- a year. Ask for a sample copy. ' Dally SO It there esL-elk- -- CoiJrier-JoiJni- sl Gompanij Incorporated LOUISVILLK, B.r. mJtJJE!,u,M.'Zi; rm ; yinr.... . iwi 1 imlll'Kumt saeBtmKawBxacmtexmt V H .rcford Republlcan- ." - "KSIWHOW Jr us Leach. The Com'th. docket fir the second 'day urn eves sot loi llrst iltiyl vue u thought and the Uej.rtfla.oa liee-nSettled Oil Forty YcafS AgO dlf'.i. ! o.' i. fol'owg; C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor ALLISON. BARNETT, Associate Editor nnmp, Com'th. vs. Noah Beaseley -- law .. Is Believed To Be Worth i have here a charming nppl.ca-inutl facts to Court nnd penalty tlxcd Oc near scenco i to ecouanilcsof Address all communications to iu i ii" of $2' and ten days In Jail That Much Now. cliius of of mental hia" tig. The Republican. Do you realize how much more comfortalTaa Hartford Com'th. vs. II. P. Her, law nnd! Jie comero.nl Jjoy is really la the facts to the Court nnd lined $C0. Imcjinnierstul m'ud. Bus. us only of Oxfords are in ble and pleasant etj vs Sam NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS rrty years a p.vr f shunna"''" nl.,Com'th. facts toJones Brown, i wilt law and Court and lined Bntcrllri ilnOrln th ihmt lu to n t'W agines that Us 8Uijly of nutrition hot weather months than Shoes? diJrfa man plr" the old nildiwi mil Unit th ;3 reduced, tliat lu c.rculai'.n is wife and widow nearly half a $." each. request. nerves aru si.ulioii a id of tho hardsnlp? t.io depr vu- Com'th vs. Huh Lynch, et til., law per line iind Sc weak, 'hat .ts IlnilntM t.nrnl nnil Notlc". 1c that ;t Js unable- - to deve'.oji its ar- - tj 1:3 and the loneliiu3 atfWuda-iand facts to the Court and Elvis as long, cost no more That they wear per line fur with mlilltlunnl 8c cuudncd healthy energy. T'ne effects o.i who draw the.r Grant lined $ 10 ami I'nnl nf Tli ink vts of Oliltnnrlro, continued as to the per line money In mlviiine. from the akw, two wore others. of t. q Tar.ff are an illuson; the jjv llh-o- tl and look better? i Church .Notice" lor ervlee free, lint other paralyse of the railroads is a d.s-j,,rs spunt a.ay frim lie .world a .V per line. Com'th. vs. Lrnman .Mldklff, law' cbnrvb iiercept.au; stagnant a Life ns.Mig e'.:.iiny on Uie lar"u and facts to tho Court and lined $50 luiiiitiiinlwitlmn will receive no lorted mental Anonymou With this idea in view, we are showing of the huuiht.ru eml cf Lake industry iS hypschondria and nttcDtloo. Com'th. vs. Guy Combs, et nl., law .M oulpan pLynient, hallucination. a:! now, the praspect of nnd" facts to Court and Sam Schroad-e- r and of all leathers in quite a Unfortunately t'no body ccriium.Ic is wqulrn-- ' property roughly cstimat-cj- u lined $20 and continued as to Cuaa.'easlasLd. in wide range of prices. as wiiiill at $l,Ouo,uuo-sjiondeii- t .l te as obsunately nenous rath" the others. Mrs. Dru-Tulad vdual subject.' Sj runs the I, ft! atcry as '0 Com'th. vs. Israel Jones bond re.mag:nat..:i is as bad as rail-- , Ha fair, of MU'er's Beach a lutch duced from ?7.'iO to $2r.O. Your hot weather Shoe necessities must be FKIDAY, JUNE 12. Ity holds true of groups as well as,' of ,the lake shore four m.les ca,i of vs. Clayborne Com'th. Wilson 1ml. A decision Is to lie liaud-abe- d charge reduced to ui'i.ts- When a man tUnka ho Js s.ckJGui-ysupplied. We are prepared to supply them breach of peace apt to be found between led dowa in the LePorru couirty Su- - law and facts to Court and lined he is ANNOUNCEMENTS. to your advantage. tho shit, a miserable aid Inert, and per or Court next month on tiic r.is.,$r,0 regarding squatters' rights. A ruling authorized to announce wlu.ii :i bus nexs coniniuuiiitv liecoJiies "We are On motion of Commonwealth's Ato torney the following cases have been Congressman Ben Johnson a candidate convinced thai &t J.as ague and jaun- - favorablu to tho claims of tho and rickets It is pretty sure tojormau's wife has alreaXly lecn made stricken off: Com'th. vs. Paul Coopfor the Democratic nomination for 4th Congres- act as it ill had contracted these mal- - " the lower courts. er, Frank Smallwood, Bill Taylor, Representative from the H was early in 1S74 tiiat .Airs- - Carr, Oswald Hocker, Wilbur Bailey, (2 sional dl3tnct. General primary elec- 1.V..1S, cv..ii though tue optimistic :.....i..n nv.v n. t ...it. snnii iw..ik wold- - then i young glri, cunc w.t2i her leases), Chas. Wallace, Thomas Fer- tion August 1, 1914. htibbaiU to the Indiana show of UieRlW0lf Frank Hr0WI1 Herbert BarAre of the neat, dressy type will appeal ins to mere mental impressions. It was a barren rtoh of couu nctt. Bill Mitchell, Bosse Allen, et n llio.Like. to announce i, nf infrnnnniiCv l,: iPii We are authorized to and please our young Americans. Hon. John W. Boyd, of HanJIn coun- treatment of the iiwliv.dual tliat a try, w, u .ts ever shift.ng du.ies, its nl., linden Stone, Chas. Bates. Jr, C. L. Wedding, (2 cases), Joe Early. ty, a candidate for the Democratic lieriod of rest and removal cf anxiety scrub timber and the Inland Btrc'ca-restorI" tonu to tho m ml and ui.ds ms mars'.cs. Slice the la&t cf the (2 cases), Walter Patterson (3 for Representative We don't see how cheap a Shoe we can nomination cases), H. C. Acton, 2 cases). Congress, from the 4th district. the bcly in Kdd.ug Itself of f.o Poti jawattanues had struck the'r moed westward, years .. sell. We see how good The following cases were contln- -' Shoe we can sell. synurtoms, wheUier ri.al General Primary election August: ti,o tr,.o ii. lr o Knfjrrt -.at tho threatcnexl tiproach of ued: vs. Lee Boyd, (3, i.i...t,.... if Ult; t lK.uk, Com'th. J 1111111.111(11 I JL 11 1. 1914. ' You won't grumble about price you Lee China, F. Burcli, Bruno stiro'ihat the mainly of "uusiness to- the white man's civilization, Uie land burd.en.ng the water liad been desti Frey, (4 cases), James Torrents, day Js psychological, would Jt not be have worn a pair of oOT'fcxftniSs. This s a great week fcr tlhc "dev- a goou luea vo try tnu resi cure. tute of Inning i life, and tie tiny Suit Frank Brown, Eugene Harrel, R. P. ils" while the editors are sojourn-ja- g Most likely ho woul fjnd astonish- - wa.cii tho young coupto erocteu on Her, (3 cases), Xos. .1048, .Oi57 and, at Dawson Springs. After all, service is worth ng improvement it hu should jirompt' the beach was the only habitation r.0G8, Curtis Brewer, Clyde Arnold, I Ervln Kelly, Mary Dockery. 'v romave the causes of nsycliolo.cal for "l"-3- he low-price- d, Huerta called Ids bluff. Did deal more to our customers rr sot hs gill nots anil drew his Com'th vs. Richard Stewart, (2 XttfJy intend to Iblockade the port af disturbance and g'.ve his jvatient a Hturg.-oaway with leave to recases), filed - 'se.nes for the whitefish and wear-ou- t easy-t- o Tamplco or was ho again trying us chance to recover montal and ntr- then so plentiful Oxfords. iu Southern Uike instate. vous tone Now York Sun. out? M ch.gan, and from Com'th. vs. Solon Miller, et nl., tho fruits of sTo n,Thk" Clarence Morris lined $10. The two editors of allrtfoiO, who What is Holding Business Dowi? utf!8lUn "I" Com'th. vs. Oscar McDaniel, Hied i to are attending the K. P. A. at Daw-eoPresident Wilson Ucclare3 mat the changing trails inland to the village away with leave to reinstate. are said to have takea felong jiresent, deiresslon Df business" is of M JleiB, tlicn a small cluster of The following cases were passed: dress suits and tango pump3. !", t "merely psychological." huts, which maUe pretense Df holng Com'th. vs. Austin Bowing, et ul., In othex .words tie hclj'taflon of a town, and from there Blup It In to Sidney Johnson, Ivan Allen, Coody The greater iart of Huertafs time Harry Hill, (2 cases). Industry and commerce and the halt- Chicago. TJie timber land and marshes Wooseley, 1b taken up denying that hs wJJl Gordon Morris. (2 cases), Hardin is ing of. business conflfcnce, at a Ume were filled with game and On the other hand Vllja forced to contradiot the many state- when the country b material conai- lllumiSi and trapping was an Imyor- - Tanner, Will Peters, Dan King, ments that lie and Carranza nro at Uons justify booming prosiienty, Witimt adjunct to Uie "jusiiit-s- s of earn Whalen King, Herman Green. Ordinary Docket Jury THuIs. jjng a jjvlng. due to a state of mind. putp. ' TUESDAY, 2d DAY. Who Is resiwnsiUlo lor tins siaie went hy "ho aspect of excessive of mlnfcl which has chilled and checked Suicides cayusod ,by itflie J. Watt Stevens vs. Sarah C. tJle Jake Bnore COuutry did not ohaugo the American enterprise In rj season of heat are numerous throughout much. As lanfcl it was considered Smith, et al. continued. country, hut our troubles must be abundant, money awd bumper crops? T. H. Maple vs. T. M. Maple, et al. worthless. Evca as a place of &t)T greater than mere heat before we Some of the most experienced Station continued was shunned, for the storms it take such action. (Anyway, we might Democratic leaders in Congress have sweeping down the lake were a con WEDNESDAY, 3d DAY. sot better the pltuafion. A. J. Williams vs. H. C. Shown, urged upon tjie President the unfor- statu menace, and thV Band, shifting Mr. Beckham tsoems ito ibe leading tunate effeots which constant radical with every wind, piled up until at &c. J. D. Hill vs. I. C R. R. Co. without any breathing times scarcely more than (the roof of Gov. McCreary and Mr- - .Stanley In legislation, THURSDAY, 4th DAY. ftlj of tho Sjate in itho race for space for business readjustment, must j t(,e fj3hlng shanty Was visible .and W. D. Stratton vs. I. C. R. R. Co. the Democratic nomination for the have upon what should otherwise be the fisherman had to dig his way but. R. A. Westerfleld et al., ts. L. & Senate. 0lds arc C to 1 on Beckham good and profitable times for the peo He still cast his nets, assisted now ple generally. by his sous, and, though the Wliite-iis- h N. R. R. Co., et a.l and Dcf.s are acarco lal,t 'that. Gustavus St. Clair vs. M., H. & E. 'Mr. Wilson's answer was itjo inadd nturgeou (were no longer his Over in London tthey have about sist ujion a hurried completion of his spoil, he continued to markev hemig R. R. Co., et al. decided to force no more food down party lirogramme before the CongresW. H. Williams vs. Hilbert Benand the smaller fisli for his livlg. the throats of the suffragettes- - That's sional eloctlons"The land wo claimed ruits from nett, et al. the dojie, lot; thorn stamo if they Lizzie Duke Mercer, &c, vs. HuThe Prcisldeut says, in explaining tjie mouth of the Calumot River down Besides being a "blow Uie present general depression, that there," won't eat. said Mrs- Carr, pointing to bert Bennett, et al. to militancy It wou'.U cut down ex- "there Is no material condition or the east, "to ho west bouuardy J. F. Jones, Admr., vs. I. C. R. R. lino pensesThe latter five cases were continmUstaniJ.al reason .why the business a mile down the beach. Tho mouth Jias made ut tho country should not be In tiie of tlie river has been filkyi in for a ued until the October term. Hon. Richard Com'th. vs. Will Peters, plead formal announcement fcr the Re most jirosierous aiid expanding coa- good numy years. We never thought his publican nomination for UwTed States lition," but "JioLhing win more utan- - the iand would bo worth anything, guilty and given from 22 to 24 month) Senator, long term. .Mr. (Ernst is a serous for business than uncer- and it wasn't unrf.l a few years ugo. in penitentiary. J. D. Hill vs. I. C. R. R, Cdinjia- tainty." Then th United States Steel (Cogood man and a more desirable ny .judgment for jilaintiff of $40. s rporation came and Who and what ihas jiroduccd Important otT-.c- would for this it hu.lt up that W. D- Stratton vs. I. C. It. R. feeling of uncenfiiity tiliroughout the great town. People coming our. Irani be hard Lto find. couiierty that Is so "dangerous to town began to notjeo that the beach Company, Judgment of $178.51. In another column will 'lie found bus a ess" and threatens to inflict aloug Com'th. vs. Willjo Kissinger rind hero was tho fiiiifet along the result of (tho contest for county w.tlesiiread suffering in tho dally part of ttlio shore. Tiiiey wanted this Lawrence Jonts, dlsm'sscfl. to attorney and county court clork- - In vos of tho jieoiile at, a time of ubun- - put up Co!u':-ii- . vs. Clyde Ruckcr and Ev- iittlo summer cet'i c , nnd so only a few jircomcts did itlio contesango'ino Johiibr,n, ldead guilty and Address I leaser them hits cr la t and they daiit harvests? tants show any ga'n at kil. On the pa.d well for It- - Then someone jfd g veil from 12 to 13 montlw. contrary tho Republicans gained In TCio petit Jury was dismissed yesme that my laud was worti troni FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cleveland to Buffalo. many and ra.sed their rfcital several $2,000 an acre up. I couldn't beliovo terday evening hut the grand jury oii-of history votes. It is a case "Travel to bo enjoyable must bo It has been a it. Why, before tho Btcel mills caino wil' JiotJ over restful, and at this season of tho year repenting Itself. you couldn't have sold an aero of busy scoslqn for the gnand jury. whether your trip takes you East or The damage to crojis and gardens this sand for $10." Chicago News. West break Its monotony, oither at Owensboro Optical House. locality from the drouth tyid in this o o o o o o o Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used or Buffalo, iby a refreshing o o o o o o excessive heat js hard to estimate Cleveland OHIO CHtCl'IT COURT. O night's trii across Ijako Erio on a O "lasses made by R. C. Hardwlck's and if continues imuch gocll work erl table hotel with every convenience Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my enwill fue jiractically wasted. Soveral C. & B. INUUKPORATED. The Ohio Circuit Court convened tire satisfaction. His house and madays this week the mercury has gone for comfort and enjoyment. I J no steamers leave either cjty ev- In Court Hull Monday 119 SOUTH PRYOR 8TRE ET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. for maklne lenses are the to 110 and aibovo lu Hartford. iMany for its two chinery ery ovonlng and arrive eary the next weeks June term, Judge T. F. Blrk-hea- d most complete In the State, and he old citizens say .tjhls is the warmest morning. presiding and Commonwealth's employs none but experienced workJune weather they can roniomber- acres, n, small true J of land can easTho fame of the Great Ship C. M. BARNETT. Attorney Ben D. Rlngo and County men. ily make millions of dollars. 4 This week editors from all pa,rta which was added to this Attorney C. E. Smith present. Oil Man Strikes it Rich. Two of the most famous o'.l fields of the State have sot aside piolr sjilendVJ fleet last season is attractH- - L. Walker, Hon. of Louisville, In ithe world are the Glenn Pool anM ing to tho route a vast number of urid Judge T. J. Sjiarks, of work and worry and have gather Tho stories of fortuno tliat lia-Greenat Dawsn Sjirlngs for a few days of travelers to enjoy the delightful lake ville, were iu attendance at this term. been made in Oklahoma Oil Comjiau-ie- s the Cushiug Pool. The Gushing field pleasure. Nearly two hundred Bcnjbcfl trip and, at tho fW(ine time, inspect are almost unbelievable, hut "any- w.ii iientd up by two man who hud Tho following named gentlemen ar in session tfliero and the cltl-xe- her magnificent interior decorations, were empaneled Monday as grand one can easily verify 'fio facts, it is lew Uian $500 between them. What Are nice to record the of the hustling liUJkj city are wonderful illuminating system, and jurors for this term, viz: Rufus reliably reported that tho Jliconie of promises to ho another valuablo loca oao oil mlllionalro is now $5,000 jer tion is the field which has Just been them loyally. AH of other interesting features- - The Mllll-gaWilliams, It. F. Taylor, H. E. passing changes in little their time ui not dovoted Jo- pleasis the largest and most B. F. Allen, Charley Carter, H. day, and It is suftd that this man opened hy the Great Western Petrol-- j faces and big ones. ure, however, for there Is work to costly iiassenger ptoanier on Inland T. Felix, J. C. Thomas, W. F. How- came to Tulsa years ago wiljh only emu Couijiany, which Ilea ibetween tho be Hone. The best ways of glutting waters of the world; lenth 500 feet, ard, W. J. French, J. R. Cooper, D. $40 in his pocket- - There Is hardly a Cushlng and Glenn Pools, land s said important nuiatloas before tho people brccflth 98 feet ti Inches, G10 state- II. Muffett and B. J. Bratcher, ,Mr. man, woman or child living In Tulsa to he an extension of (these productive re discussed; more education and a rooms and jiarlors accommodating Rufus Williams was designated as who s not interested in one way or areas- Wells are now being driljed, You ought to have good moral uplift of the comunity is a 1500 passengers, equalling in sleep- foreman of the grand jury by the another in the oil business. AH this and it is exjicoted that oil will be quontl'-withiproblem always before them. portraits made at least The ing co(,xiclty the largest hotels of the Court. Mr. H. T. Felix was selected territory is rich in oil and gas, tuld It prflluced in a tremendous tho next fQW days. arc powers for either good or country, and she can carry 6,000 'peo- as sheriff and Mr. E. J. Bratcher as is said that over ninety per cent of once a year. The story of Oklahoma OU reads erll in the land a.il it 4a good to ple, the population ui a good sl&ed clerk of the grand Jury. the comjianjes operating in this dis ee them bound iby the ties of fra- town, llko h romance, and much Interesting The following named gentlemen trict have been successful. There's a Motoirapher ternity, all working together for bot-tIt costs about $2,000 Clo druU a well, literature regarding Jt, aud the latThe fares for this lako (trip are have been empaneled as petit jurors, in Hartford ri things. less than by ntf.'!, and alao any viz: C. G. Taylor, II. J. Hill, Em-le- but when you get a pniiucUon of 100 est; news regarding the new oil fieftds Rhoads, J. H. Tweddell, Her- barrels per day, which is a region- - can bo obtained free on request by tickets reading between Cleversychological Depression. B. J. iWaugh, of the land and Buffalo tiro accepted for man Plrtle, R. B. Everly, W. H. able average It docs not take very addressing The Prosldontls exjilanatlon Uiat the traiiajwrtatlon on C. & iB. Line Mayfleld, T.W. Bennett, Barney JJI1-- " Jong for a .well to pay for itself, and Groat Western Petroleum Company, I b) Reamers" ler, R. B. Sbreve, IU E. Eudaley, M. as ypu can drill a well to every five Boulder Building, Tub, Oklahoma- fr&wi depression of bujln Brrordini? to low at thf PottoMicf ftrord, Ky., annull matter ol tli ffcond clnna. Eski-k! Untwists. j Of course a iwjciu .pica (i0.,re.,b oll 3 a nmch more conifcrting. Kirk, S. C. Roberts, K. P. Brown, Tarlton Loyd, J. II Jackson, Jno. V. Snnderfur, L. C. MAY RECEIVE MILLION Crawford, Jno. C. Bennett and E. J. I ... n. ... HSHtKMAN .,.. W Hell, W. G. I scrt man a mater al.s'.lc or realist c, one. You have only to orrco., tiie' WEN'S OXFORDS! j I I a pair i t n. I 1 1 uie just y, nilrertl-ement- unoni-'s.riic'- variety lasts ifial 13 de-,e- a at - flsth-dic- J Our Boys' Oxfords that a the es A '" "l be-..- ens-es- after satisfactory a great than n, Tl? I E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. re-flg- a- fur-heari- irts Telephones on Farms 50c per Month and Up l - - rnst P.-E- If there is no telephone on your farm write for our free booklet can-d'la- to - telling how you may get service at small cost. 1 A. y to-da- y. V o6 Cumberland Telephone t oooooooooooo oo and Telegraph Company "SEE-ANDBE- o m "SEE-ANDBE- n, BUT - n I or ria.11-rc- ss SCHROETER. ltMMMMMM Just Received DRESS GOODS. Another shipment of special values in thin sheer Wash Fabrics, for warm weather wear. It will pa you to see them. Qualities are the hest and prices are lower than ever. Mr. Hugh Lo.ls, of Orocnvillc, is spind.ig u few daj wuii friends "LET THEM DIE" . LONDON SLOGAN hcru. Prof. W .11- - IIcTlr'ck Jcft Monday when-u.fo- - Dattlo Creek, Mich., ji:ttr u s.iu.toTiuni for treatf ment, M.ss Knthcritio l'enllltfon will leave MuiiUiiy for Bowl.ng Growi where sue w .1 take tno sinner et.ur.so in - BUY OUR STRONG, STYLISH iSV SHOES Public Sentiment Growing Re- AND FOR ALL THE FAMILY HOSE sentful to English a Hartford Republican. V U the Normal. Mr.i. Thus. B- Polrio and (laughters, it Brazil, Ind., urc J.)ie guesM of "lar parii.ts, Judge- and Mrs. Fogle, for several days. If you will subscribe to The Splendid line of shadow Laces, Narrow Val for one year wo will semi you four monthly maga.lnus for only h.U'W, Allovcr Laces, in shadow and Nain-- 3 cents extra. sook, Swiss Flouncing from 27 to IS inches The blgKtst bargain we have over wide, Voile Flouneings, dainty Swif-- Edge offered our subscribers Is '1 ho Reand Insertion just the thing you will need publican mid four magazines, all one r for wear. year, for only $1.23. Wo will sell jou u soda fountain and some show casts cheap If you come quick. Need them? Why of course, you will bo Ohio County Drug Co. compelled to have them. We are showing CHINA WARE D.nliu7rsoti, plates, the greatest values found in our city. They covered d.shos, cups and .saucers, all are guaranteed to keep you cool. Don't worsize (dishes a spcc.al now line and ry about the warm weather. Come to us. Wo cheap at Her & Black's . will settle that trouble. if your subscription to Tho Republican is due, better pay uji now and get four big magazines, all ono year, for only 23 con La extra. Just the kind you want are found right in WANTED Ginseng, Yellow Root our store all shades and prices. The thin and a Linked amount of Mayapplo sheer kind as low as 10c pair. Lisle and Root. Will pay cash. Silk Lisle as low as 15o. A "top notcher" E- - P. MORE, Hartford. Iltf Silk Ilo.--e for 50c. Better take advantage of Mr3. Woolfo.lt Barrow ami children, these offerings. of Lexington, who liavo Jmvu vising Mm. Barrow's parents, Mr. and Mrs-II- . P. Taylor, returned homo Mon day. To be handsomely attired means to have a T)ic younger set gave a bay rido nice parasol. We have them. We know the Wednesday. Several couples rode the price is right and we know you will say so wagon and all had a merry time. Mr. when you see them. Tliey come in all the and Mm- - Wall Ri.ey acU.d as sahap-- e Into shadeB- - Let us show you, won't you? rones. AVo liave in stock the greatest These are only a few things that will add comfort lino of Paints, Oils, Varnishes over to you this hot weather. Remember us when you carrhfi in Ohio county. If In the market, see Hartford Mill Co., bePays to want real comfort, ana remember that 41tf fore purchasing. Trade With a House That Saves You Money. -1 Dr. Bean's Opera- louse will have another good picture show Saturday night. Illusrtatcd songs, good music und an hour's fun for only ton cents. Bo euro to come-GooMagazines should be regular visitors to every home. Her & Barnott aro the exclusive agents in Hartford and vicinity and-- will take sreat pleasure In handling your order. Write for catalogue and other Information. A splendid dance was given at Tay The Ladies A1l mot with Mrs. John lualc .was lor Mln s Friday, evening. Monday. T. Moore. modo !y Mr. Murray Daulel- - Mrs. R-Wo have a nice line of Hardware-1LEWinuio Loo Simmerman, iMIsb FRIDAY. JUNE 12 & BLACK. Simmcrman, Miss iLella Glenn at.H See Albert Itlal for Cabbage, Tomato Allison Barnett attended from here. 43t4 A very enjoyable time was had. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table and Sweet Potato Sill. .when EYES NEED GLASSES, Miss Gaylo Tlchenor is Uie guest of at Hartford, Ky. you have to hold your reading furthrelatives near Centertown. L. ft N. tlmo card effective Monday SALVET, the great stock remedy. er than 13 inches away, or have the Aug. 21st. 3Ctf lamp between you and your work. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. See U. S. Carson, Hartford. tests, fit befit Wo make scientific except Sunday. dally For Service, cleanliness and satis- quality glasses at tho very lowest No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. ni. faction, visit City Kcstaurant. prices. J. B- - .TAPPAN, dally except Sunday. Jeweler & Optician. Wire Fenoe best on 45t4. Amerkan No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. earth. For sale by U. S. Carson. of .Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bardwcll, except Sunday. dally No. 113 South Bound duo 1:16 p. ni- U. S. Carson Is agent for tho fa- Taylor Mines; Mr- - and Mrs. Goo. G. Neujl, of Loulsvillo; Mrs. Rowan dally except Sunday. mous American Wire Fencing. Mias Marlam Holbrook, Miss H. E. MISCHKE. Agt. I.MJss Mario Austin, of iBeavcr Dam, Wiuiilo Simmcrman and Mr. McHenry vls.tod relatives hero last; week. of Holbrook, city, aro die guests ll'nrk- - luivn lust Mrs. R. E- - Leo Slinmcrniau and (Mr. mslll.".c:l1.ir received another largo phlpment. J. W. Ford for an outing u!t Mr. Foil's , Motion plcturo show at Dr. Bean's bungalow on lower Rough River. Tho Opera House Satunlay night Some party left Wednesday afternoon and will return Saturday. thing good. Mr- - W. E. Ellis" returned the othmosquitoes by Fight the flics and desetting your Screen Wire Cloth at er day from Now York where lio liver! a largo coite'eninent or poulS. L. King's. produce try. Mr. Ellis Is tho only Mrs- - A. 11. Ho'ni, of Birmingham, merchant Ju a town of this slzo .who ' Ala., Is tho guest of her sister, MIkj delivers Ills poultry direct to EastMargaret Guntlier. ern markets. His busdneus has grown Wo can supply your wants In tho very rak.M'y under Uisj management Furniture lino at rock bottom cash mnd ho now lias ono of .the boat) proEvery ACTON BROS. duce 'liouses J u the Stato- prices. WHENEVER year ho pays out thousands of llol-laMr. Herbert Felix left' Sunday for to Ohio county farmere. Evansvjlle, where ho has accepted u A liay rjdo was given 'Monday even YOU SAY ANYTHING position for Uio summer-Afte- r ing by tho young num. The potty went a, short yM, with relati-horto Boiver Dam and pa the return a Say Something Worth Mrs. Lonoy Hoover has returned delightful lunch, was served by tllio to her homo In Central City-Mr- . While, Say ladies. The following Compose! tho Andrew .Glenn, who has .been party: MIeses LeHa Glenn, Nancy Goods In Llvermoro for several weeks.spen! Ford, LucJIo Plrtle, Beatrice Haynos, Bakery Schhmer's two days at homo this .week. Mattye Duke, Key Napier, Keener NaHober Matthews and C. pier, Katie Pendleton, Mary Laura Editors FOR ME. M. Bornett attendtld tho press moet-In- g Pendleton, Claudle Wright, Mariam Holbrook, Nora Wedding anil tMary Will Bring a at Dawson Springs tlite week- ; Messrs. Loo Robertson, Ross HartfordCamp No7"202" Woodmen Taylor, John Glenu, Estill Barnett, F. of the .World will give a picnic at July May, Clifford Moore, Martin Thomas, IGE CREAM EVERY SUNDAY the. Fair Grounds, 'Hartford, Ky., James Glenn, Arthur Kirk, Parke Tay 4tb. 1914. maga- lor and Glenn Barnes. (Mr. and Sirs. You can get four splendid Otto , Martin sohaperoned. zines one year for 25 cents extra foy renewing your subscription to The Rid of Your Rheumatism. Republican. Now Is t&e time to get rid of your W. C. Sciilemmek, Prop. Mrs. J. V. Britten and HtUe, daugh- rheumatism. You, cwi do it if you ter, Marian Arllne, of Salinas, Cal., apply Chamberlain's Li ni meat. jW. A-KY. HARTFORD, axrivcil In Hartford, Sunday to niako Lockhard, Homer Ciy, N. Y., iwrites, her mother, Mrs- - Annie Nalle and "Last spring I sufered from rheuma- family an extonded vlat. Dru ,Co-Gitism with terrible ps'ns in my arms at, Ohio z H Riley' We have In stock the greatest 'and shoulders. I sat a bottle ot Cor 12" baths jlUne. of Paints, Oils, Varnishes over I Chamberlain's Liniment aktd tho first Bhavin Farlor. it 4u mo aplicatlon relieved me. By using one for- carried In Ohio county, Mr. Doc VitfiM. of Oaftorp, market, see Hartford Mill Co. be- bottle of it I iwas entirely cured-merly erf this couty, w l 45tf Fp.r sale by AH D)eierf. fore purchasing. this, week singling with sW trltafe Militants. Iyondon, Juno S. thnn die," is boenrng a rather popular slogan in connect on w.tli hunger iitrlk ug BiifraguiK'H, since tho pubic !ius become so profoundly resentful of the aet'ons of tilio militant w.nicii. It wtfj reported today tho government had deo.riiU to UHc u step in tins d.reotion by Introiliic i); lessit'oii to lml(in,i)fy prison nuthoritlcs aga.ns consequuiei.ji of aljow.ng suffagoltett 'to starve themselves to d,.atji wli.'.o In prisoa-Anothtr "Itt LACES. I SBiBiJlKnJKLg r-- s mid-summe- FANS. HOSIERY. PARASOLS. domonsitratioii by a mill- -, in tho presence of King Geargo and Queen Mary Ans earned out ut tho International Horse Show at Olympja tliis lbcr-noo- n. Tlieir Majesties had lia.fltly taken the.r seats when a young woman rose n tho Biiwlls opjwslto rind in a Bhr.ll voice scriamcd d.iiunaTar tlons of tiio forcible fulLng of Tiio police jir.soncrs. pounced upoji lier immediately but tho wuuiati fougCit wildly u'.id her ejection froiin Uie building was oa!y after a fierce strugg'e. "No peace for King George or Queon Mary," order, Is the latest g'.ven cut by tiio liearJ'iuar.ers Bjaff of Uie ni;liUint, suffragettes and tliolr few appearallow followers now ances of Tholr Majesties in public to pasw without same lalttd of demon- taut Mifi-.igot- to THE LEATHER WHICH GOES INTO OUR SHOES IS SO TANNED THAT IT NOT 0NLV FEELS COMFORTABLE BUT WEARS A LONG TIME. THE ed SOLES ARE MADE OF STRONG LEATHER THAT WONT SOON WEAR OUT. STYLE. FIT. COMFORT AND THE LOW PRICE ARE WHAT WE GIVE YOU WHEN WE SELL YOU SHOES. STAND THE STRAIN OF stration. Mrs. May Fauston, the American woman arrested wutih several others fat) (the Bromp-to- n after a disturbance Oratory yesterday, was arraigned Ulay at Westminister Police court- The mi.'strnto lipid Jier she would have to g'ivo a bond cf $30 to guarantee her good beliavior for six months or go to IloUowoy jail for fourteen days. Mrs. Fausteu unhesitatingly cheso Uie ja)l sentence and announced her intccfon of at once beginning a "hunger strike." (but, tliank "We have no Ung, Gcd, we have Mrs. Pankhurst," Iwas the defiant shout of Miss Nibpfer, one of yesterdayl3 brawlers In Westminster Roman Catholic Cathedral, whoa she was led away to the Dells after refusing to give a bond for in Police court her good today: "Tne Qrugs conveyed Jnto Ho'Jlo-wa-y Jail to Grcfco Roe .were to be used as an antidote," declared Miss Batibra Wylle at the meating Of the Women's 'Social and Political Union- She referred to the summons issued at the 'instance of the public prosecutor against Arthur Banwjttt, an employe of the Wpman's Social who was acand Political Union, cused of providing the imprisoned (drugs :o make suffragettes with them violently s!ck after they had been forcibly fed so thcit thoy might be discharged from prison under the "Cat and Mouse Act." Miss Wylio declared that the aupousoned tho thorities HoliberaUjly wemon's food with drugs wilth tho objcoL of turning them Into phys'cal and mental wrecks. beh-.'Cor OUR HOSE WILL BUSY AGAIN. FEET. TRY IT ONCE: YOU'LL BUY. J.T It Jkz&l&Gb, CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. I Hartford, Kentucky. active duty la army hospitals Jn the ' guost of Mrs. Shown'e brother, ' Mr- George HJckey, of Dukahurst, SaturUnited States or elsewhere? ' i Fourth Are you ready to accept day and Sunday. No rain yet around lAdjalburg. ' It active duty with trops in the field? Fifth Hqw soon after receiving no- - muat come pretty soon or else we will tfco that your services aro Beslrod have a regular "Chinese Jonrine" in our midst. can you leave your home?, Quite ai pleasant surprtee was givIt will be noticed that an opportunity to do oUier effective iwork is en' Mr. and Mrs. ATbert Helm Boit,ur-da- y evening when their immediate here given those who, while willing if do their part, for borne reason or oth family and friends gathered in with er are not able to go to the front. ola abundance of fsh, ice and cake- Many of tho oficers aro men who have While-- the fjsh fry was merrily going ability. Who havo been on tho Ice cream freezer iwas merriorganized connected with hospitals arid who, Tor ly going around to the joy of all conthis reason, would be of great assis- cerned. After the menu lull been tance Jn wlministratftvo work. Some served the guests departed with best now 'belonging to tjio Mcdjcol Re- wislies of Mr-- and Mrs. Helm. serve corps, are men .boyond the rgo limit for entering as volunteer sur-tioFor Sale. for military service, or, In fact, a big stock of No. 1 reclean-e- d Hv) for aotivo work in tho fields. Whlpporwill Peas on hand. Also In t'.tuo of war, however, tf ero is big stock of Sisal Blridlng Twine. muab, to bo dono besides following the a W. E. ELLIS. trooiss; recruits must be oxainlndl, Feed and Produce Merchant, ' Iispltals equipped, hospital supplies of Hartford, Ky. all sorts selected, 'nspoclcd, purchased 47t4. hosp'ils a:l dustr.buttd base For Sale. and wounded, und IncapacItnriU men traiiEported. All of these duties Just received a carload of well tiling. can bo performed hy men who, Kiho they liavo not had actual ml)Vvry W. E- - ELLIS. ablo to rellovo tiio rogulaT The Produco Mercliant, mJHtary officers whoso services can 45t4. Hartford, Ky. be utJVzed whoro Wicy will be racist valuable. ns mati-fciiiicd ch Hoi-broo- k, SUB! JB- Hot WoatherTonlcand Health Builder. Aro you run down Nervous TJred? Is everything you do an effort? You are noti lazy you. are sick. Your Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, and iwholo systtjm need a Tonic A Tonic aiild Health Builder to drjvo out Jio w wasto matter build you up and ro-uo- ra your strength. Nothing better than Electjrlc Bitters S.tart Mrs- - James Duncan, llaymjsvjlle, Me., writes: "Completely cured me after several doctors gave ano up." 60c kujd $1.00, nj your Druglst. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Cuts: to-tlt- Always Lead to Better Health- - Talking On Feed o Doctors Are Ready For War. the Medical Reserve CorpH of tho iiuy was creailxl for a broitfer purpose than that of having available a list of trained men on whom to call in time of war, at tho same time this WJUlo was one of Uie important reasons for There o.ro more thai twelvo hundred officers on tho Medical its organization. The Quality Pleasant Smile. Can-son- Tie Hartford Bakery - Gt WllPa. " " (laocUvo list), and Reserve Corps those who are wiling to bone will amy undoubtedly be sufficient for situation that may develop at present time or in the near future-ThSurgeon General of the army has sent a circular to coon of the of' floors of the corps, in which he pub-mi- ls five questions, to (which the officers ore asked tp answer "Yes" or "No." The questions ore: First Are you ready to accept Vluty in your home city or in its Immediate vicinity should occasion require? Second Aro you ready to accept active Vluty at camps of mobllitwton, where recruits will iho examined T Third Are you njody Iq tccept Serious sicknesses start in disorders of tho stomach, liver and kldneys-Th.- e best corrective and preventive Is They Dr. King's New Life Pills. Purify tho Blocjl Prevent Constipation, keep Liver, Kidneys and Bowels in healthy condition. Give you better bpafth by ridding the system of fermenting anil gassy foods. Efeotlvo and mild. 23c., at your Druglst. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for All Hunts. to Notice. The A. S. of E. Stock committee Beavor Btock from ship AH Monday, June 22, 1914. on parties desiring to ship stock above date, wJU plefase notify the will Dam committee- ac-ii'- ve 8. L. STEVENS, H. T. PORTER, Committee. ADAIURG. we would like to say uhot th,Q,felo8est analysis ot the kind we seJl fallsito find anything but the best Ingredients- Our corn, hay, oats, etc., i aro. of the very best kind procurable, well choppdi and' free from any deleterious arttoee. If you get the habit of buying your Feed here you will have healthy Btyock and you (will also ' ' be saving money, run W. E. ELLIS ' M. iW. A. decorated June lO.-- The tho grave of Mt- - Fifemk Roach at Many from Sugar Grove Sunday. Th Produce Merchant this Immediate vicinity attended. - KENTUCKY Mr. Hosea Shqwn at(4 wjfe were th?;HARTFORD, I -- -! U.JU. ,mU. ''fP,tXTWftnit'!SBtR.fWJPi V Treacherous Snow That Conceals a Crevasse In the Antarctic. "Visitors to Switzerland nlone can nirkhc.-wl-. Circuit Court-- T. V. lutige: iJcn I). It imo. Attornm: V. Italy Teems With Worthless and rprccintc the dangers or crevii.ves In 1'. .Mldklff, .taller; K. tl. Uarniss, the Ice sheets. Hut In the iintiiretlc Attorney Law Clerls; H. K. HlrMieail, Master they arc more numerous and attain far uounteneit uurrency. It. T. t'olilns, Trustee greater dlmenslous than In SwitzerHAJITKOHD, Kr. 'Jury Fund; s. O. Keown, Sheriff, land.'' said L. C. Iteruacehl. the exA. Ittntclicr. Will practice hJu proiWlon In Uls iinrttoni. iJeiiiitlM-IN ITS COINS. plorer, to a London Chronicle reporter CONFUSION office ile iiitlcs-M- rs. S. O. Keown ntid "They lie hidden under the xnuw. and cou,lUs- - Co.mncreJtU (illtllnm Kconn. Court convenes first r,tli n,u,.i,,in very often the explorer does not tiow HOTEL Monday In February and continues a,,J Criuiln.il 1'mctlcu a Specialty. IDEALS I They Almost Rank With Those of that he Is on a crevasse until liT- - has OFAMERICAN I uireo weei.s; third Monday In April, z Korea, Where the Descending Scale traveled t.01110 yards, and then lie hears the world's quaintest railroads the two woelis; third Montlaj In ltallybuulou nuiiim-al- l In a cky where good hotels Is Good, Half Good, Dad and Couna hollow sound He will then wonder abound, the Powhatan headt the 1 On Its single track, nilvd on n fro '"H 0& 'Court John 11. Wilson, ' Count whether to go on or turn hack, hut terfeits Good Only After Dark. luu Jtitige; w. (.'. lllaiikcnshlp, Clerk; experience has taught that the greater tie. and lu Its curious ears passengers It li first la tbe hearts ct Its Of all tho so called "great powers" danger may Law C. U. Smith. countrymen. Attti,'iii. il.'irtffiril he incurred hy ttiriilii-hack- . i. ml freight are carried from Itallj Italy has the ino-- t unstable and most Court com cues flist .Muiidaty lu each bunion and Ilelmore and hack again in HARTFORD, KY. unsatisfactory currency, Not alone Is month. 'Crevasos are peculiar to the Ice tho remaikahle time of live minutes J" (Itmrterly Court IltRlns on the the exchange subject to The monorail on which Its strange In Mirns. W. II. H.irinH .tuul C. B. sheets over land. They are tiutioxM first .Monday in ecr month. (turn Is true In greater or Icm degree S111IM1 comntlve and trains run Is perhaps nuiioiiiicv Uiat tlir-- luvo fonu-- a . '::.miiij)v Court of liea currency of every countryi. hutl cut at the uoith pole hecause there two feet li lull, while the distance be first jcj. Its?:::;" tew of the p.irUhT.-'U'ij-) Is a fioeti ocean. for tlie coueral pntc-tlAll ant Tuesday In January nnd first Tues-'da- y lliiiHn In it inn nllllltimiilt the Ice till. tweeu the lower rails, which to - expeditions have had to negotl lu October. of Liw, ec rit criminal ami and worthless money denting nhout,. the dltllcultlcs of crevasses, mi'liitaln Other County Officers C. S. Mo- - cisui, Mr. Smith lining Couisiy Attor-t- y ate and ..... i. , . ..tlie equilibrium of (lie tolling ., . t 1.. i ' the country for the undoing of the i, Survejor, roiMsWIIe, K., it. sometimes their existence has com "" - " " '" ,w, """' ""' " Is itiwtvtMl fniu priicbV&itg Rticlt' hi the first place, the engravM"st remnrknl.k. of Its cjuipnient U . No. 2; 1;. Tom nines, Assessor. the explorer to make a deiou. ' ,llL' The Towl.atan is retWJ, exing on the 'p.iper money is of Inferior wIth l,s l"cer elllptl.-a- l ,uiaton, Ky.; 0.IK1 Shults, Suiierin. ccitMS. Mr. Uartioi will iudlvtiluiUly clusive, ami restful. tufies Its excellent location on Pennsylvania qunlity. and hence it Is quite easy of of niiiiv In. teiiiieiit, Hartford; Dr. A. 1J. Ullej, accent filll'h lir:ii'tlrt.i UUlU'l alllll IIH'UU, tttlr.i II ll.iS (MIL f.vuiUK'r sen ami btrcets, Coroner, Hartford; Jjnjtnjloti; secondly, there are so many St "Where land Juts out into the !. on eaeli nhlo, the rods of which mo In- - i3 Avenue, it 13thdesirable Iflicadquir-,ter- s T. II. Ueiiton. Hartford Itepiibllcau building, llArt-torI.. makes n ....!.. ... ' t..t' ...!.. lto,td hngliieer, Hartford. (or bridal couple, tourist side connected to the drl ers The In-- , worthless or doubtful cuius In circula sheet In the antarctic, IC" ., several ere--, ......... .., .. ..n-ii...... T iiDMiL'li. fart.cl, conventions, Schools anil t. V. tion that the temptation to add to v. .ii .oUee:es will ho found radiating from iv..i ; j vac JUSTICES' COIM'S. their number Is not easily resisted. The I'ovthatan attracts the Isv.tti n.illMi tat fill j twit tit UMIllV 111! V Ut VII !1IIV1I IV Into two longitudinal compartments, ., 'Villi. CiltIA liill'n ., fa which are enteictl by sepaiate doors people of culture and education. I'd. Shown. Hartford. Tuesdnv aft- mm-- M.me cu cue-- ... pes .... e, u...i b , , ,, , f, ' f D. its proximity to State, War iiid er .'id .Monday In .March, Tuesdnv aft-iguard stands on either side. nn. oug ago ued to be quite com-- ' Tlie not so Instances are nNo found where a coidlng to tlie balancing needs ?av Departments, also to man? :.'d .Monday In June, Tuesda) aft-,mon In our own country, the Italian Is of the Law points of historical interest, s'edge lias sunk halfway through the moment. . makes this hotel epceially atad .Monday lu September, Tues1'iclght and stock cars are njlowed ip remain In circulation until HARTFORD, KY. Ice roof and has been rescued with similarly tractive to a discriminating pub- day after 3d .Momlay lu December. divided. disgracefully dirty and nearly oblltcfnt-et- j tho greatest dlfllculty". In these cases U A. .Mcl).uiiel, Kockport, Kridaj ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. UL'AVIIIN recognTo enable pedesttlans nnd wagons to The Powhatan offers rooms and therefore dllllcult of after ;M .Monria the explorers were luckily roped to the cross tlie tracks of the nallyhunion in .March, Krld.vy with detached bath at J1.50, ition as counterfeit or genuine. To add sledge, $2.00 and up. after :id .Monday in June, Friday Rooms with priThis office Is equipped for handhut they had the uncomfortable railroad small lift bridges are convate bath, $2.50, $3.00 and up. to the confusion, French silver Is after 3d .Momlay In September, ling Commercial I aw and Collection experience of being suspended over a structed at the various roads and rewhile the coins of Write for booklet ilTltlny after 3d .Monday In Dehh map, """CIEJI . Accepted, deep chasm." Items as well us other legal and litimain In a lowered position for the acSwitzerland, Belgium and Greece, alCLIFFORD M. LEWIS. cember. Captain Amundsen calls the treach commodation of traffic. When It Is necS. V. Iach, Cromwell, Wednesday gated matters. Practice in all the Manager. j though ofllclally recognized, are. as a crous snow which conceals a crevasse after 3d .Monda Prompt Wedrule, refused In commerce. Numerous "tho devil's roof." while both the late essary for a train to pass such a point H nesday after 3d In .March,, June, courts. lleavrln'u and vigorous sorvlco. .Monday In M. L. Office. papal and Iloiimanlan coins arc still in Captain Scott and Sir Ernest Shackle-to- the Crossing flagman raises tlie bridge m lnesdny after 3d .Moifday In Sep- ifiiii'MnmL'H3m: ryj as 1s shown In tlie Illustration, thus circulation, although they are valuehave described It exhaustively. jieiuuer, weiinos.lay after 3d .Mon-- j proceed. permitting the train to forless and accepted only by unw.-.r.u.i 111 Tlie B.iliybunioii hauls considerable eigners, whom tho Italians regard as It. C. Tlchc'nor, Ccntcrtown. S.U- freight for so short a road. The surHITTING THE HYPHEN. prey. uruay after 3rd" .Mondnj In each fair rounding country has many famous Attorney at Law In addition, none of the large nummouth. HAVE YOLK SLITS ber of one lira pieces coined before One Would Hardly Think the Little eaves, which yield quite a large quanCROMWELL, - KY. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday j tity of stone and some mineral wealth. Mark Was So Important. JSC3 can he passed, although Intrinsiarter I'd .Momlay In .March, TuesJaw Will practice his profession In this Itallroad Man's Magazine. cally of equal value with those of later Is enough energy wasted in There (after 2d .Monday in .May, Tuesday Collections, I date, since the period arbitrarily fixed placing tho hyphen In "to after 3d .Monday In August, Tues-Ua- y and djoliilng"coiintles. Commercial and Criminal Practlco a. every week for their redemption has passed and night" and after Ld .Monday in November. PRONOUNCING CHINESE. W. S. Specialty. Prompt Dean. tbe government refuses to accept them day to haul a passenger train around IltimW and vlgoroua nosdny after the second .Monday In service. Under this caption fall all the world. It Is claimed there are "00. Variations In the Tone Mean Entirely further. Dye.March, Wednesday cftcr M .Monday coins bearing the head of Victor Em- 000.000 English writing people nnd Different Words. In .May, Wednesday after 3d .Monday ing manuel and the word "eletto" (elected) that tbey average to hyphenate these University of London recentAt the In August, Wednesday lifter I'd .Mon-da- y words three times a day. Some maj ly n lecture was given by Dr. Jones on on tbe face. In November. Ladies given The Italians possess n mania for mu- not nverage to do this more than threi the pronunciation of Chinese, and lu Hen F. Kice, Foitdsvllle. Tuesday times a week nnd a few perhaps noi the course of his remarks the speaker tilating and perforating the five and after I'd .Monday In .March, ThursI AM ten centesimo copper coins, but owing three times n mouth: others write those explained that the difficulties of learnday tnHats Cleaned and 'day after I'd 2d.Momlnv in In - 'aiilmmm. to their small denomination this usual- words and place the hyphens In then, ing tbe pronunciation of Chinese, .Momlay nfter To do any kind of Veterina scores of times each 'day, especially though real enough, have been rather ly acts as no bar to their acceptance, Thursday after I'd Monday In Nory work. Horses, mules and "Oh, It's half good!" Is often heard newspaper .men, typewriters, authors vember. exaggerated by those who have writWork called Den W. Taylor. Ralph, Friday nftand from some philosophical storekeeper as business men, school children and the ten on that subject Whcu treated cows need not die for want of er Jd Monday in .March, Friday after be tosses a doubtful coin Into the till. like. phonetically the language becomes not Calls answered attention. -- d .Monday In Mny, Friday after 3d The acquiring of sufficient powei much more difficult to learn thau GerIndeed, the traveler Is constantly reday or night. ...onuay in August, Friday after I'd Club minded of Korea, the classical country from paking these hyphens each day man or French. $1.00 Monday In November. ct counterfeits, with Its complicated to propel a passenger train around The chief thing to remember is that 1IAKTFOKD POLICE COURT Is figured on the basis that it descending money values. csle of tbe study of Chinese Is a matter of 0. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Veterinary Surgeon Which are good, half good, bad, and takes half an ounce of energy to make singing rather than talking. Dr. Jones .,. rocle. City Attornev! I l Hartford Pressing ClUb, Cppnterfelts that are good only after the stroke cither with pen or pencil said. In English the variations in - Ky. Marshal; Court convenes eecoiW Mon- and more for a typewriter that repre tone as we talk mean variations in exdark. ""j in eocn montu. GUNTHKU I5LDO., CENTER ST. Bpt Ipt tho foreign visitor who bos sents tbe hyphen, and this would t.uai pression. In Chinese variations In tone City Council J. C. Her. Maor: It. Mrrefl as a clearing house for worth-Ut- s 2,190,000 pounds of energy, or suffl mean totally different words. T. Collins. Clerk: J. E. Uean. TreasHARTFORD, KY. urer. Members of Council J. c. lkti-net- t. money beware of entertaining the dent for the train. Is A little of the Capt A. D. White. A. E. I'ate, It takes an ounce of energy to make present, even In ourChinese methodand fallacy that tbe rule Is capable of own language, application. Like the legendary tbe hyphen on a typewriting machine the lecturer pointed out .Ka,1h' A' C- - Yel8er. W- that the simCrllleeiile. memory of elephants Is that of the and three to make It on a typesetting ple woid "yes" may he so varied In School Trustees J. D. Duke. Chalr- Italian cabby or retail merchant, lend- machine, and the statistician has fig- tone as to mean "It Is the case." "Of The National Weekly nian; R. T. Collins. Secretary; Dr. ing him to pursue through storm and ured that typewriting and typesettinu course It Is the case," J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. "It is really so" LIV-VER-LAX darkness tbe man or woman who has machines alone take up sufficient en and "It may be so, but I'm not quite Tinnt pawed a worthless coin Into bis keep- ergy each day to propel n battleship RELIGIOUS SERVICES. sure." ing. On one occasion I was tracked from New York to the Panama canal M. E. The student who wishes to learn Church. South Services All these figures were compiled as Until this year en to tbe dinner table of friends and morning and evening cveny first and Ctllitr't has been argument against using the hyphen good Chinese must familiarize himself forced to redeem a doubtful ten cen- - an sssssswsvV third Sunday In each month. Sunperfectly with six sold at $5.50. Now tealmo piece 2 cents) which I bad In- In these words. Many people do not. Is a seventh, at least may tones. There day school j:45 a. m. Prayer meettlie rice is $2.50 but that be more or but the majority do. Those who art advertently offered as a tip. ing every Wednesday evening. Kev. andnehavesecurcd U. . Napier, pastor. Instead of seeking to strengthen the working townrd greater efficiency In less left out of account According to a concrssion hereUaptlst Church Services morning everything claim that the hyphen In the tone In which they are pronounced basis of tbe country's paper nnd silver by tv can offer it there are words In Cantonese which and evening every second and fourth money, the government adopted the these words Is not at all necessary and at a Mill (unlicr have six separate and distinct meanSunday In each month. Sunday school ery measure calculated still further to should be discontinued 'by every one reduction in conJ: 4 j a. in. Prayer meeting every Wed nection with this. debase the currency lu the public mind saving a great deal of valuable time ings. The Chinese word "fan." for Inmay be so pronounced, or rathstance, publication. uvcinng. Jiev. A. S. Pettle, , According to the ruling of the postof-fle- e and energy. Philadelphia Ledger. all the time. Don't lav off liastor. Feel richt er sung, as to mean six different words authorities, all money orders must from work for days by taking calomel Special Offer to Our Readers Christian Church Scrv ices everv and such widely different ones as sleep, Mending Eggs. be purchased with gold, silver and pa .. wnen pleasant lmi- - vtr-La- x Keeps you tllllrl nn.l juuiui oiuiuay at 11 11. 111. v....u u per being refused. Owing, however, to The following Ih taken from Farm powder and courageous. Springfield onyourieet,wn.ioreiieving:yourtrouDltrcociuzins the crrat demand for Caltur't at - ai,j 7 p. ni. Sunday Ihc new tince.ne have made arrauccmrnts li Republican. the premium at which gold is held by and Fireside: le. Safer too, ana easy to take. Don't Elder Cvvinn pastor school 0:30 a. 111. rllcr it an i our own publication rch wie )car "Duilng the hutching season laM for the price of CoSbr'aalonr. Tim is a limited the banks, this results In considerable SECRET SOc'fET. KS. - I'8?' f OU.,5!ln'taft:o.rd cllcr anil must tic takni!vantace of ntem illy. London's Mighty Roar. ihiimiiiik. kvk Joss to those sending money in this spring I had placed a sitting of fine il. w o.i a Hartford I.oiIl-iit.--. 'o. James Itusi-cl-l Lowell was never so tern and relieves constipation. A nat .M. moots manner nnd often also to great Incon eggs. A few days before the chicks every first .Momlay night , What Too Ge4 'm Collier's 11u1ur.11 in iisuciiuns, sure were due two eggs were accidentally happy as during his tenure of the ural rciiiL-uyvenlence after hanking hours. In each month. W. S. Stovons, W. results. It M.; Cotltn't li the one oik. independent, fearless American location. "I do like l.on- - in its effect and certain in Ver-La- x To accentuate the Inconsistency of cracked and began to bleed, shoului 0cm Hunter, Secretary. won't be lonp before Liv- will v.rekl of the whole country. Not 011I1 Lit the the country's refusal odlclally to reeog that the chicks were fully developed ' don." he writes to Charles Eliot Nor- - comnletelv disnlaco calomel in evcru Hartford Chapter No. M O. K. S. eciod citizen's hand hook bait it is alio a rn.iK.unc for tbe whole family. Annas the nlze Its own euireney. It need only he and alive. I took the eKKs from the ton soon after his appointment. "It home. Children can take it freely anA meets every second and fourth MontliuiKS that a year's tubscnutiun Kites aict mentioned that the amount of Italian nest very caiefully. melted a little par ' Blves a fillip to my blood, now growing with perfect safety. Every bottle guar- day evenings. .Mrs. J. II. Williams. .J Jas. 11. Williams. W. 1000 Editorial pold In existence is a negligible quan allin. and when It was Mlghtlv cool I more slujiKish than It used to be. I anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Norm 600 Newt Plkoteo tlty and that tho government ruling re- pouted It over the liiokeu places of ' love to stand in the middle of Hyde penuine without tho likcnes3 and signa- Miss Kllahotli .Miller, Secretary. 250 abort Articles Hough Itiver Lodgo .o. 110 Knight ISO Short Stories sults In forcing those patronizing the the eggshell, being careful not to eovel park and forget myself In that dull ture of L. K. Gr&sby. For sale by' 100 ntuilrated Tcalures poktofllce to purchase I'reuch gold roar of ever circulating life which J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartlord. Ky. or Pythias meets every Tuesday oen-nany moie surfyce than was nece.-irZ Complete Novel Jno W. Taylor, C. C; W. H. Justly angered by this Inconsistency, bears a burden to the song of the "Roth the eggs pioduced fine, health Hedrlck, K. of H. & s. Collier's $2.50 on one occasion I relieved my feelings chicks that weie raised to maturity." thrush I am listening to. It Is far ilartford Tent Xo. 93. K. O. T t In tbe present t of the official who had more Impressive than Niagara, which nicots every first and tnlrd Thursday Hartford licnuhllcan refused the offer of Italian paper mon has nothing else to do and can't help nights. It. T. Collins. Conunaudor; The Name He Got. ry by n sarcastic refeience to the nun . - . ...Uw,v, In some ease abbievhitliig a name itself. In this vast torrent all the nvwiu IVUUJIC'r. rxlstence of nntlve gold coinage The Improves it. In others It doesn't. For drops are men." Loudon Chroulcle. Acmo Lodgo .Vo. 3a& I. O. O F. meets overy second and fourth Friresultant Indignant search through til Instance, tlie TiihliM's thought they day nights In each month. C. Jl. Harmoney drawer failed to reveal a single vvete doing honor to tlie Father of Hlf What He Wanted It For. nett, Noblo Grand; W. It. Hedrlck, Italian gold piece, although it resulted Country as well as to their tlrtborn "I w(sh 1 had money enough to get Secretary. iiparly In an attack of apoplexy son whom they named George Wash married," he remarked. Hartford Camp No, 20? W. o W. brought on by patriotic wrath. Succeed when everything else falle. lugton Tubbs. She looked down and blushed. "And meats overy second amWourth Sat- In nervous proitration and female Tbe application of my little article Is you do?" she asked, grew up the handle what would Rut when he unuiur IIIKIUB in each mntih '!',.. weaknesses they are tho, supreme tbln: Are not these conditions In the proved too long, so everybody dropped looking very hard at a little design on Williams, Cquncll Commander; W. C. " remedy, as thousands ha'ye testified. borne land responsible for the fre- the George, shortened up the middle the carpet UlerK. quency wlfh nhleli Italians of low name and called him simply . .FOR KIDNEYiUVEIt AND naiiace. I1IVO rA m . L.. u. T At MeCAU. Mnvanr. ,rtrt 't.'Impltclty d.al,l..n lit... "I would spend It traveling." he Wash "" .". t'loas in America are caught counter- Tubbs. Judge. STOMACH TROUBLE meets every first and third Friday a rdUkility ncarlfV,e40 years. Sold 2.1.1. And tbe thermometer fell 10 defeiting our Uncle Sam's sllverwareV-- W. nights in each month. it is thr best medicine ever mU Mm ah,.,. F J.Wr.ici,',IV? town In the United sSu.'ln'j grees. Lipplncott's. or th!2 W. Whltelock In Chicago Record ever a druggist's coaster. Griffin Lady Commander; Mri ilTl i .Tfii, 'Perplexed. K. Xllwhlru I Dill. Ilon.J -. !! Herald. i .a Mabel Daddy, dear, what am 1 do8arcaetlc Keystone Chapter No. 110. ,I!.iub,crir ,h,n ing specially on the 14th? "I don't like to Invite Mrs. Tarvenu "!?.,J.B-?I've put M meets everv thliil sni.,V.in, ...Jr. k ... .......1 lon "nth. 'iniuib,"?" Didn't Want th Moon. oaiicrns, uressmak njr, mlllintrr I tl . to my bridge party, nnd yet she's a nnnli iiiuuui. j on il no ma t.innlt. Tti no use crying for the red Ink around tt on the calendar, but "Tnere' I . ..-.- iii.u ... a, aiiiBicy, i; MOOrc ltllrll can't remember. 'Daddy Won't tlie ure loser and good pay." oocreiary. moon." she said when be threatened to "I don't think you are going to get AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. ftubscrlSe todar. or ."r1 nd t. .;-- if do something desperate unless tbe tnots In your handkerchief help you 7' Stato Officers Presidunt. .1. h m. WeNBcaniL inbucemcmts Mabel Oh. I tied those to remember her money without her company." said The most economical, cleansing and changed her mind. germicidal of all antiseptics is Connell. Princeton. Kv.: Vlen iroi. I ' to A tents. Postal brines premium caUloeuo I'd marked the calendar. London ier sarcastic husband. "What do ypu "I'm not crying for the moon." be and new cash prise ofTcra. Addresa dent, J. H. Durney, Muhlinberg Co.; Jipect ber t do frame your Invitation replied, "but I do bate like Snm Kl III Hall. MeCiact. llIW.ri.SC MW TtU Secretary & Trcas., S. B. Robertson, tnd mull you a check?" LouUvllle to jdve up the Idea of becoming your Caliioun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Bal- Courier-JournaAn 'Example. father's Record uiuiii, tiariioru, Ky. "flow could a dish run away with a Herald. Members State Executive Board-B- en poon? Dishes are Inunlmate. A dish Napoleon Lost Something Too. mIvU Ajriefrtic Powder to Dunn,Watson. Webster count v: .1 w. Host Tbut Is the sword of my great A can't run or 'talk." Daviess county; Hdnry PIrtle, lw CURE Something Diffsrsnt. LUNGS "Can't eb?- Mow about tbe cup that uncle. lie lost bis nrm at Waterloo, b eJeHeIvl m water as aeexkd. Ohio county; E. I. Ray. Hardin coun- Th Town Cousin Vour husband c- - 0- - Uavenportt, .Waxren county. Ab a medicinal antiseptic for douches!': fluent Yes. It's a terrible place for verned to enjoy his dinner. He ate cheers?" "Kansas City Journal County Officers S. L. Stev losinK thine. I lout a bag there only In treating catarrh, inflammation or-- ' 0h, WITH with aridity. The Country Cousln-l- 'u ulceration of nose, throat, and that lens. President: "Henry PIrtle. Sec. lbt week London Opinion. 'tight glad to bear It. I couldn't 'And Seme 'Co Broke. caused by feminine Ills it has no equal. Iretary; S. E. Bennett. Treasurer. wer hltn. but I wan so feared be was She Do you believe thnt travel For ten years" tbe Lydla E. Pinkham UUUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Genuine Regret. utio' It witb a knfe,-Ka- nsa City broadens one? Dt Well, .vex; Koilt Oem. Shults, Chairman, Ilartford, ' Wife (proudly) I'm bo sorry, dear, Medicine Cabas recommended Paxtino Ky. who go abroad cpuerally-spreud- t themBttr. that your staying home and taking in'thelr private) oorrespendence witb selves. Ooston Trauricrlpt 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford. Ky. care of baby cut you out of seeluR we women, which proves 4U superiority. Today mnn's chief ambition ia gold: 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsville, Ky. ' anas as tuT-.77-.. Women wbo have been cured say 3. Ira Bozartb,. Olaton, Ky, toBiorrpw be U but dust-Flor- ida Better be small and shine tbsa be march at the head of tbe euffruge pa- It U worth Its weight ia aold." At 4. II. 0. Autry, Balzetowu, Ky. XliDes-Unlorade. Life. great and cast a shadow,' UAJLaUiniDSa'na VAOCO&Vi -' druggists. 60c. large box, ar by i. 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. MOMMY MTOMDM jne . i, L. lrowB, Reckport, Ky. Toilet Co, Bom, DOUBTFUL MONEY. THE DEVIL'S ROOF. BALLYBUNION'S MONORAIL. .... ' One of the Quaintest Railroad In the World It In Ireland. Wfiero the hro.nl mouth of the river Shannon mingles Its wnters with tho deeper hue of tho ocean, where the stern coast thrusts Its eager promontories toward America, the land of dreams, stands Itnllyhiinloii, plctur s.jue town of ::oo Irish men and woiu en. About a mile and a half farther not th stands Itelmore. and between these two small towns extends one of iHOTELi SfDnirVHATA'1!S jPiilir Directory County OKio S. :p:BDir.i;Ber.cttJi& Otto C. Martin at mashingtorJI K !, . Attorneys at 6S olYl til ,' ce r flut-tntio- .1 "'- $&&& i;9t Ciiltiis-Coiiu-- ' dl-o- t K- ,",ot-polle- z-x& I "l ! I d, '- -' iu ..!.! 1 I ,,, er er i ARTHUR Attorney at KIRK! I I -- n uci-eniuc- T.WADESTRATTON "to-day,- " Cleaned " s Pressed Repairing and neatly done. work special attention. for vt. Repaired. t PREPARED -- delivered. month. rate per d -- W. H. RILEY -- Hartford. i'Jh Collier.'s Firat USE Collars in Clubs For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. fi'??- o -- !; I g. Electric Bitters )pZ5U 1 xzm!&' ym J ma&M u.h..., d. """' vims'A i !.- I"i,l;Z SPECIAL TO WOMEN v, l. KILLthc - the cough 1 Dr.Kinr's Niw Discovery m rTO"'T mivxxaii.tZt. PUZZLING ANCHOR ICE. FEROCIOUS DOGFISH. ' Iir!V!VTMBS CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought jmsrrsssE? rr :i . 'u",e tTrparai ton ror.ls lng!icSioniaclisandIJov,chtf DdIS of Lilt) Signature RoraolcsDisSMUonflwiW HC5saiOTi(esi.conlaInsncicr upmm.Mor)!nc norMincral. r .r f tV Not Narcotic. JUxSmim JinoroMi)isnwmm lUnili SrcJ' jtoiseitd Him Sin- ItaftrjrMW ft tjjnr. Ancrferl Remedy rorCrnisliM lion . Sour Sloinacli.Ulartliwi h& jfv In Ita Formation Seems Contrary to the Laws of Nature. Anchor Ice N the popiilnr unmo plren In ninny parts of UiU cuinitry to the Ice fonncd nt the bottom of swiftly running strenms. ThN Ice usually forms about stones nnd logs where the current Is disturbed. Whnt kIvch It InteriMt In the clrviiiiiatiineo tliut Its fornmtlon seems to be contrary to the laws that Kovcrn fruezlnj; water. Wo know that In xtlll wuter Ice begins to form on tin- - xurfnee. We nre told that In coollnc tlown to :i!) decrees F. water contracts mill that Its speclllc Bravlty Increases so Unit the colder water will be nt the bottom. Hut In cool- InK from .111 decrees down to .32 decrees the water expands, mid the coldest water will be nt the top mid frecz-Itiwill- beKln there. If the surface Is disturbed by wind or by current the crystals cannot attach themselves nnd Ice does not form, tlmucli the water be cooled below the freezing point. It Is In these circumstances that Ice forms nt the bottom. One of the puzzling features of this formation is that It forms where the lower currents seem most disturbed - Use For Ovor m at?? Worms.Coimilsions.rcwrisii ncss andLoss OF SLLL'.l Facsimile Signature of .. KS NEW YORK. Thirty Years believe In the possibility of the water freezing at the bottom of river, the surface remaining fluid They assert thnt boat hooks, eel picks, etc., constantly come In contact with a coating of Ice at the bottom nnd that large masses of Ice are often seen rising to the surface with mud. weeds nnd stono adhering. Millers have asserted thnt the wheels of their water mills have become frozen to the bottom of the 11 The watermen of various localities stream while the surface of the water was still unfrozen. Harper's Weekly. . TMi .. .. Guaranteed under lite too Exact Copy of Wrapper. imk.JM CASTORIA TMC DISCIPLINE IN GERMANY. Even the Boys Respect Law and Order and Property Righta. CtftTAun COMPANY, NtW TC CITY, One of the things which apparently escape the attention of most scribbling travelers In Germany Is the double line of fruit trees along the public roads. There nre several thousand Starck Pianos LowentNet in Advance Satiafao (ion Guar a n e il No Money miles of these trees on either hide of public roads In northern Germany. Most of them nre apple trees. Von know whnt would happen to those apple trees in any American state? Hoys would pick the fruit green, too Impatient to wait for It to ripen, nnd likely enough they would Fact ory Prices Terma Eaiieil A saooFan From SlOO to Saving of h P A. STARCK ACSIOINr (ory Direct 30 , DAYS' FREE TRIAL will ship you iw?.! Or llJlTC IS HO 23l?a beautiful Starck riano for 30 days' free tr.al. in your .fi0""!1' ,'a,mc,'it .rciutred. All we ask Is that you will play uiwn. use , not fin, It the U',1? '',a.no f."r.3? ,u; ",- - nl ,,,e enl of hat time, you m.'. '"?' ...., v.. . m..,., ...uv.i mm miem pmno in every way. that you have eer at Perfect liberty to send back, mid n,!0..mo?c' that bjith wajs. This Starclc Piano Itmust maUo we will. In you. good with '?? a MX! o...i.n Sava $150.00 or Mori We hlp ilinct to jo'i from our factory, at price that sate you upnarji of $130 00 In tlie wt cf your piano. We guarantfe to furnish you a licttir piano for the money than you can MTurr. clwwhcrc. You ira auurnl nf rr.vi.inir futlnfjctory rwrct toned durable Mi(ti arads piano. Easy Paymants Tou pay no cash iljwn, but after 30 daya of trial, you can begin payment on the low. cat, easiest terras ever auggeatrd by a piano manufacturer. These tenna are arranged (o suit jour conunlence, an it it possible for you to lnjr a pkino for your home, without inisilrir th mincy. l?Vfta Rtraranlaa . w.J !.. F.rrTT fuarantrrd for JS .rein. This guarta' has Meet, of It our 33 yran of plana eiprrlciicr, aid ths rrpo tatlon of nn responsible piano iiouso. Starck Piano to .tad Hand largalria We lute constant! on hjn.l I 50 FrM Musi To purchaser of 8tarck Pianos, wn gHa free muilc loioni. In one of ttu beat known m.liI In rhlcoao. These lrnnt you ran take In your own home, by mult This represents one ycar'i free Instruction. of alt and aeeonj hand pi in atandard niakci takvn In etching? for new Starck Pianos and Player-Pianos- . Tbt follow. Ins are a few ample bargain! i rry Lassons Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball Starck $110.00 92.00 90.03 95.00 199.00 tie the ttent and mn.t heaiitf. tul Player Piano on caa market. You will be delighted with the many cluj'vo features of theee wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which mey can be aocured. riayer-l'lan- Itarck siarcx Nayaf'KMtt break down the trees getting the fruit. What hnppens In Germany? The public authorities sell the fruit crop to contractors at from $200 to $000 per mile nnd npply the proceeds of the sale to the upkeep of the roads. Boys do not steal the apples. Nor Is It necessary to maintain n policeman every 100 feet to prevent such mischief. Why nre the German boys scTmuch more respectful of property rights than American boys? Is the difference racial? I hardly think so. It's n difference of training probably. I'm Inclined to believe the universal military training, with Its constant strict upon obedience to law and order and tho strong element of moral training In the public school curric ulum, added to the knowledge thnt offenses npilnst public property will be promptly nnd severely punished, accounts for the safety of the public orchards which Hue the roadways of Germany. Respect for the law nnd for other people's rights seems to be Ingrained In tho German character. Frank Putnam In National Magazine. Society Caution. Tho strange medley of which New York society Is composed led Frederick Townsend Martin to say at a luncheon: "Society, for all its diversities 'and contradictions. Is uniform In one thing and that one thing Is a lack of culture. "A society woman, newly rich, as her limousine glided down Fifth avenue said to her daughter: " 'My dear, at the dinner dnnce last night you talked entirely too much about Ibsen and Bernard Shaw and Tolstoy.' "'Dear me! Whyr the daughter asked. "'Strangers.' the mother explained, will bo, npt to think you were once employed In n book shop.'" .New York Tribune. A The Republican - The Republican Chemistry and Truth. Dr. Benjamin B. Smith, the noted Republican 'lexicographer, once made an autobi- The ographical statement which may Inter- The jsepublicah est advocates of scientific education, says the Manchester Guardian. Some The Republican rone had nsked his opinion about the best methods of teaching truthfulness The Republican to children. "Frankly." be replied. "I know told the truth as n child The Republican purely from desire to please my would hnve carried out mother, ns Republican any other course of action on which The never haw uuy she Insisted. But The Republican other reason for doing It until us n lud York Sun. 1 These Ravenous, , Sharklike Gluttons Would Eat a Man Alive. "W he said. 'My (Sod. Frank, shoot me quick, shoot me qukk-t- h' dot's nre ontlu' me alive!' "I hauled up my shotgun, 'n' I pulled back tlT Hummers, but I couldn't do It, though I warn't uiore'ii ten feet frutn him n' could hev blown his whole head off. I don't bTve th' Lord would After Four Yean el Diroanfiag I had gotten so weak I could not stand, hev called thet murder either. and I gave up in despair. "I g.Hped for air 'n' dropped my gun Coadkioas, Mrs. BaUock Gave At last, my husband got me a bottle of on th seat, 'n' then I looked rit Charlie again, V It was ull over-J- est a dark Up ia Despair. Hasbait Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I comred In th' water V hundred ugly menced taking it From the very first snouts n' shlnln" rows of teeth jest Came to Rescae. glenwln' V Btiupplu' tlmr In th' gray dose, I could tell it was helping me. I of that October nfternoou." can now walk two miles without its It was Frank Olefin. fisherman of Ilockland. Me., who spoke. He was Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." telling a little group of oilskin clad If you are all run down from womanly fishermen about a tragedy of IStCj. from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock when he and Charles Freeman willed writes as follows : "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try out of Tenants Harbor, Me., one October morning. Ole-o- ti brought the lit- years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped tle sloop Alpine back the nest morn1 ing nlotie. Freeman had fallen over- this time, could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 board In the midst of it school of dog- while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should fish, which had eaten him alive before all. At, times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has the eyes of his helpless companion They were bonml for the IN til tig in my left side. sold Cardul for years. He knows what grounds off Matlnlcus Island. FreeThe doctor was called In, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recom man li.ul taken along 11 shotgun. When five miles from Crlehaven a bunch of ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. coots. Hying low, cume skimming along. Write to: Ladles' Freem.m tired Into them, nnd three or soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory, Dept.. Chattanoog-- Melldne Co., Special Chattanooga. Tenn.. for four dropped. The Alpine was brought that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Instructions on your case and book. Home Treaunent for Women." sent In plain wrapper. J4a up Into the wind, and with her mainsail nnd Jib Hupping the gunuer jumped into the dory uud started to pick up his game. There was a shout, a splash, nnd Freeman was struggling in the water. In reaching over the side of the dory he had lost his balance and fallen into the choppy seu. lu a moment the hungry, sharklsh dogs were after him. The opening paragraph tells till there Is to tell. Many stories nre related to show the ferocity of the dogllsh. It was not more than half n dozen years ngo that Prompt Attention and Good Service. two New York yachtsmen were lolling nlong In it sloop yacht In Penobscot bay one July nfternoou. One of the TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, yachtsmen, a physician named Bow-ke- r. decided to take n plunge. He stripped uud dived off the bow of the sloop. Intending to pull himself into the tender trailing behind us It passed him. He bad scarcely hjt the water before he let out n yell. He just ma tinged to catch the gunwale of the row-bowhen his companion reached Dim nnd hauled him In. Three ugly wounds showed in bis legs where the voracious Republican and Louisville Herald $1.3E dogfish bad bitten out chunks. He The was taken into Rockland, where n phyGlobe-Democr- at 1.76 sician treated him for several weeks The Reptblican and St. Louis before he was out of danger. New 11 11 a HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE JAMES & CO., First Class Lriveryrneti Centertown, Kentucky. at OUR CLUBBING RATES. and Home and Farm ro 1.B0 and Inquirer 1.75 11 I I 3.50 and Louisville Daily Herald ana JJany uwensDoro inquirer 3.50 k O'boro Messenger 1.75 and 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Twice-a-Wee- I worked In u chemical laboratory. 'Then I realized thnt nothing that was said made the slightest difference to the elemental fact, nnd I believe I bare loathed exaggeration and falsehood ever since." Address all orders to Plana Send for our lateat complete second hand bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Send today for our nesr beautifully Illustrated piano book which gives you a laure amount of information regarding pianos. This book will interest aad please you. Write todav. laab Fm 1313 Starck Bldtf.. CHICAGO A 4 Cost of a Boat Race. A writer in Bailey's .Magazine of England bus beeu figuring on the cost of the annual boat race between Oxford and Cambridge and says the expense to each crew may be approximately estimated at $3,000 for each. He then says thnt as the contest rarely takes more than twenty minutes the cost works out at about S3UO per minute, or about $3 every time the oars dip Into the water. The cost or the boats Is placed at $200 aud the oars at $70, the rest of the money going for preparation from October until the day of the race. AA.AAAA-VAA.AA.A.AA.- ''I' , A. THE REPUBLICAN. 9 WWWWwWWWWWWWWWW AA..A-V-tvA-V-t.AA-V-a.-V YOUR Letter Heads , . Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes We are Shipping Whiskey to Ky. Right Now-Ev- ery Day Deliveries made promptly mail us your orders. Prices furnished 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 ciiance 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. Room Doors on the Stage. In real life room doors ulways open Flax as a Garden Plant, ne who has seen a German tlax field In toward the room Itself. On the waving Its lino feathery green leaves, stage, however, room doors, ns a rule, rippling like water lu the lightest open outward, or away from the room. breeze nnd opening myriads of pale Exits nre one of the most difficult parts blue blossom eyes to the sun. may be of the actor's art, nnd if he or she had glad to know that a llax boil Is within to fumble with the handle, pull the the rench of every flower lover. Flax door toward them, step round It nud will grow ulmost everywhere. It pass through they would probably should be closely sown In well worked make n clumsy dodge of It. That Is ground and kepfwell watered. Subur- why, as u rule, doors nre constructed to open on' t ward at u push. ban Life. Statements Cardsll And 5 other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican P. R, LANCASTER I CO,, - , Owensboro, Kg, Distributors of "Old Quality," "Premier Pure," "Old W. S. Stone." OVER 65 YEARS' CXPERfCNCE jjTjnjra -aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtN Buckbec't "Full of Life" Northern GrcXM Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of jS yearaeji aUnt the best. Seasonable Specialties: SEEDS PBA8 Alaska . . The Reason Why. Tbo information editor received this letter from n fresh youth; "Kindly tell me why a girl always closes her eyes when u fellow kisses her." The editor replied: "If you will send us your photograph we may be able to tell jou the rea sou." Ladles' Home Journal. Making Amends. "Well. I can't sell iij.v not el the one In which the hero starred to death." "And what nre you dolug now?" "Revising It for my owu satisfaction and giving him a bauipiet In over)' Made Him Hungry. "I'm hungry." complained a husky 'busbaud tho other day. "Rut you Just hud breakfast" argued bis wife. "I know It." nnswered the husband, "hut us soon as I finished I drunk u class nf water, and nil those fiunuel rakes shrank right down to nothing." Milwaukee Sentinel. Job Department. : 4 BUCUBB'S BULBS SUCCEED. BULBS 1 " COPVMQHTt AC. Anyone aeniUna; a aketrh and description may quickly ascertain ur opinion free whether au Coroniunica. I u rem Ion Is pruhnbly pate.nthl. aant free. Oldest auency for aecuriuapatanta. Jm. . . i.miinla www PHtrtalVaS 11IIVUI f uiivisaH Uiltitl ma iTil vvwvbvv aaerlot nofica, without enaraa, rrn1 Trade Maims llfaiaNi Earliest Red Valentino Refugee Extra Early .. New Strlngless Green Pod . Wardwtll'a Imp. Kidney Wax &vla New White Wax . . Currie'i Kust rroof Wax . BBAN8 f Bushel ... ;j 50 u AhaaitoomatflllnatraiM.waaklr. cuUtkmt) A TWKTIT uiuoi'tb,l. bWlallnewidNuan, GnPJIll IP'WfJIW wrmwm . Jj 50 Bushel Extra Early Courtship Daya Are Bad. New Early Cradus 5 50 Bushel Madge Dou't you think u girl should H jrsford's Market Garden . f j.50 Bushel Duckbte's Lightning Express Jj 00 Bushel marry un economical man? PoH- yRadtth. Teavato and a full Use a) ds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest trowing pticfa. suppose so: but It's nwful being en Send lor conlplete catalogue or submit a list gaged to Citizen. our and wiliquote price. Buy direct from the grower Save, Money. Write today. Mention this paper. He that Is proud eats up tin Ices pen re. .... fW Hi 3.70 4.50 Bushel 4.75 Bushel jj bushel Bushel Buabei chapter." Washington Herald, Brings the Friends. "A man never knows bow many friends be .has until he experiences real sorrow " "Oh. I don't know; Did you ever ium It knotvu thrtt you had shot aud brought borne a deer?" Detroit Free Pre-ts. f I refunded. ' Souvenir tSWKSEISBgSnaKVKt imbiL imaSTuH fell. SpriU Sm.SU. Uhru!k till, Sdllu, Swrub. FMI Br. SmIim tft.rtl ftUt.l'WrM TullkTu1ua Oulfek rtaMk. BflMM .Al DuU. ' M.4. t bane N.w H..I..U. A ' trial will mak. you a Dermanent eiu.' . r touiar. H.LlrfMttoa auruitmi or your " ' raoaer SPECIAL OFFER', CoUeMtiM".' Memtbm Money and Keep tal Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and Using McCall Pattern McCall's Meeaslaiullt MSCAUS MAGAZINE help you Urivs sty. hlily ut a iiin.ln.iu 1)7 kuepltiif cxiH-mrun postctl on Ilia laiojt faklilons In I Ladies! Sve !. to-4- WrlU I I 1 eirAaUMTicn y ltiic. Did Him. Brown- -I got mixed up In n real e deal lust week, Bniwue Did yiu? Brown-Y- en: . Mtfa riMi pwiwu wmm, MM" IkaTaKM. ft ( Ba M M ft MlfeMkl sM I 11 nfaTasTaT HfllWi i tiM kltUftll !, rr ; af?j wmm, UaVjUa wwweyeJiesaU ar PMN rwitwa, wrnr Uqi tajajtsaaw Hft. please tklt tnMti j wutwineM, fMtMUt. wisyt ...ami t I.vu they dld.-Sld- uey Bul- rftUfcia LU. anaBaTauBh letin,. I. venuir." BB.aU. yHarkkil. aBxaawwaaaav H. W. BUCKBEE ! BySMa; Mefhd Juelbe. will teacb you to win time- - fhfMal sVAPVVw lu rich I'Mio. AIM nluabln iiilorinntlon I II nil tloil klld ixf-hhi- lI (Julf umtierx. a year Iirlutlmj a frcu piiiprii, Hiil- ant Bawrattcaa Itirt t mtiU; taUJ or wiii SKaTMaUaaaBBWJaKG lor frco urofile eupj, McCall FslUras ill n IMh you lo ku'ix In your own lumip, wliU vi.rronn imtidt i'H:tiiur.ir rourwir uti.l will I i.urU-i- l in ntyle unil fit. .'ruetipim lilslit-- r llatu tenia SouU K.r fmo I'lttrrn ( juIikuc. . We W3I CiTt Yea fiae Tn'Mats for fiutln? sul- tcrltnioiu aniont;.vur ffionili. JV nil fir tree I'roniliiiu t'iitalojrun anil dull IVizn O.lcr. litt tfcuu cowaxt, DiuSi$ Kca 3n st, nn yobs (Initios ami Ims. W row 1'aiUlon lioslsr.s I t' i ji.VjVWiW-i.u- J .M..T?i;39,;r,,.lLVIJ'Clt!rB'CgB rjahawif imw mnmuittvnvmti -- Li. Instance of illegibility lawrtng- - Jo-h- a mi Bacher, a mus.ojaii of ttio last 'century, spoilt fifteen jears in coin- piling a history of the Viennese opera. When tho work wjs f n'.shed he era. Whe.i tho .work wtpi f..nishod he submitted it to the lmper.il Academy. In tlireo months it was ro',urned with an intimation that no (number of tho ncllemy could read I. Bac.er ired to have ft copied.but nocopylnst woul undertake tlie (ask after seoing manuscript. In despair Backer decided (to nictate the work, only to find that-- oven to h.mse'f ti'ue handwriting was ludec.plnrabic. Tlio thought of Mio wasted years of u lceasng research work unhinged his brain and in a fit of Uoprcss'on lie committed suicide. Toronto Mall and Empire. ROME'S It Got lt Nam t In an oldifashlontiJ Blunging jr.' ftcli ropleto Willi errors on the part of botih teams tho local squad defeated Llvcrmoro here Saturday by tho score of 11 to S. Altho victorious tho loBank the balance. The difference between cals did not put) up their usual yowl flohLng game nor waa the pitching Ford cost and heavy car cost is "velvet" for up to tho stuM&rd. Thoir stick work, however, was an Jniprovuiiiout over the piudent buyer. He knows the Pord not any game played on tho local lotltiis season and partly made up for poor only saves him dollars but serves him best. showing in other departments. Rlckjdd did tiho hurling with It's a better car sold at a lower price. "B'ank.N" behind r..i0 plate. Elgin Five hundred dollars Is tho price of tho Ford was switched to first and C- Taylor runabout; the touring car Is live Ilfty; the town to socoijd. Otherwise tho line up Coughs and Colds Weaken i ear seven Ilfty f. o. b. Detroit, complete with w;is the isanic as last Saturday. Mbd the System. equipment. Get catalog and particulars from TUy- started for Llvcrmoro with Brad t t1lioi1 t utlll in ! Bn.m Continued Coughs, co'.ds and Bron WALUM.MUMEPinSPHATE The locals took IWOll nl.l.,1 Mm lor roCO.Villg. urn iti tirosvi.liir tLl Kl ntllnliora nri rnf vlalliln lit- ltll offerings of Ioyd aid he iwtu weaken foe. system. Loss of weight j arches could be reached by the speetn the and apetlte generally follow. Get a tors having tickets of similar mini- - j replaced about the m.udlc of bc"- Game by Brjtcs who farod 1 tt!o lot- 50c. bott e of Dr. Iviig's Now D scov- ,, , , u. POOR HANDWRITING wne urtu ui mini muni is mmiKiii tcr, Tho fielding of the visitors 'be- (INCORPOKATED) cry W w.l stop your cough. to be the one under which the eniper hind taeir pitchers was raggtU. Tho first dose helps. The best ineJI-cin- e ors of old Home entered. An entrance KY. Umpiro ltobert D. Walker handled OF FAMOUS MEN for Stiiborn Coughs.C olds and similar on the opposite side had n subLung Troubles- - Mr. terranean passage lending to the Pala- the indicator. all Throat and o tine. Four rown of cells were the domO. H. Brown, .Muscatine, Ala., writes: icile of the wild beasts, nnd during a "We should worry." The Hartford Persons Whose Chirography Has "My wife was sick during the hot series of shows given in honor of the bunch went right down to Llvcrmoro summer months and 1 honestly be- Emperor Hadrian's birthday a thoulieve Dr. King's Now Discover- - sav-i- ll sand of these animals were slaugh- Sunday in autos of every description Both Caused and Saved her life-- Good for children. 50c. tered. Gladiatorial combats were also and right before Che rooters of said Them Trouble. and $1.00, at your Drugist. eagerly watched, and In these even Llvcrmoro team haiuhU 'them a drubwomen would sometimes take part. Of bing to af.ic tune of 10 to i3. Angel the many Christian martyrs the Coll- - line, it was ccrta n!y ty ful sihe iway Announcement. seum has claimed the most noted was theue fellows did swat tliat little "Tell the gentleman who cqp'cd In view cf tho faot ths.t In Oh'o St Ignatius, bishop of' Antioch. Close. 'old pill. They chased those L ver- this idJspa'.ch to write a larger, round and adjoin. ng counties theroare offer- ly following this crime 115 Christians more fielders to all coruera of the o were shot down with arrows, er iiand, to jo-- on the letters in the ed no Summer Course in c ther Normal usual, this hideous sight was nnd. as They caused three diferent p.tchoital viewed were ' words and to use blacker ink." Thus or High School Work, we have deed- by a sanguinary horde. Baltimore to sdid the U.1 timber nnd pounding the fourth when tiho .nine hlir-sp- lf ed a course at American. to establish such wrote Lord Palmerston, who was rounds wero finally covered. With-rothe most careful and beautiful vFordsv;Ue, beginning June 1, 1914, am (know jni?; was finally called PURE PRUSSIC ACID. writer, awl a groat stickler for tare continuing Eight Weeks. by tho despairing victims in a last The object of th:s School is not nnd It'Sthllity in this respect, tfo Uie of the State Just a Smell of This Deadly Poiion effort to stop the onslaught. But he to work against Duke of Argyl In 1S51. . ' , wouia kiii instantly. fared litt'e betterThe fellowB had J3ut his tldmonltiions were evJdcnlry Normals, but to a'sast thorn in raisThe discoverer of prusslc acid was taken to heart by parllnmentar- - j Ins the educational standard of Ken instantly killed by inhaling oue wblff tjieir batting clothes on and didn't not s sum- care who factU them. The Withrow ians, for In 1867, When the Hduse of tucky, by bringing a f of his own handiwork. Reform nier course nearer nome. Lonls waslncomlttoon the Pure prusslc acid Is never sold or hoodoo was vanquished. Special attention will ibe given to handled. The smell of It is always The game was a revelation Jn all Bill, thi clerk of the house received (.ho writing of which training teachers for the June and fatal. It kills not iu three minutes or departments. Rckard ormo back and an was so bad that ho could neither July examina'i oi:s, and also, n very half an hour, but the Instant It enters p.tched an excellent brand of ball. The mixture or- His suport was of big league calireri.1 it ncr learn, who. 'ad sent it. thorough course in High School work the lungs as a gus. b,. given to those who wish dinarily sold as prusslc ,ucid Is US parts ber. Cundiff pulled off some classy It afterward transpired that Lord , will water to two parts of tho drug. LytUetcu was the writer, and that, to teach such work, or lessen the In this form it is very deadly. Even ones on short and he waj ma'sted A '.'0 the amendment proposed the dlsfriin- - time required to complete the High per cent mixture of the acid would kill by Plumnier on seco.id. In fact tfie School work. played .well. whole infield Three cliislng of all persons unable to nearly us quickly as if pure. This school will be conducted by Atropine, though it bus no harmful f'y balls went to tho out field and Wrlte. Lord Curaon. whatever ho may be PROP. F- - T. SHULTZ. who is an A. odor. Is so deadly that as much of It as jthrco L.ivormorc batters Hied in ifier today, was in lis college days mi B- - GraUuate of Kentucky State Uiil- - would adhere to the end of a moistened tracks. Ulankcn.ship showed how a a SCaio and L.fe forefinger would Instantly cause death, (real ca. eher should perform. extremely illos'ble writer, and ho is versity and ,, tyuuiue 01 potassium nas u pieasani T;10 hcmc ,..... ,... ceruncate, s ,,latl2. pcrliai's the on'y niian iwho has mado smell which Is not injurious, but a cd considerably from Satunlay's. Bou- S:.udents may enter and classify at amnll minntttv money cut of aa absolutely unreadblllta t nm.u any time. able "fist." Pure ammonia If Inhaled wouldlware Bl3rtei1 th PAIns wU WitFor further Information, write or cause death almost as quickly as prus- ty catching them. Our old friends. One iduy, when a young mail, lie PROF- - F. T. SHULTZ, Johnson and Stroud, of Central Oity, slc acid. wrote two letters one, in studied se0 Fordsvllle, Ky. When a carboy of nitric acid is bro- wero o th rd and short- - Tlie line phrases, to a relative, and tho othr, ken some one has to suffer. It will up looked goiU. but the locals were Board cf Trustees. containing some very Karcasji'c comburn wood, eat through Iron plntes and jn form so 'iiotung diddin.' ments on the rolatiivo to mi Intimate Such an BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. Kentucky State Fair, Louis- destroy whatever it touches acid facfriend. Young Curzon unfortunately accident once happened in nn put the Jotire into the wrong enve- ville, Ky., Sept. 14-1- 9, tory. Every one pan away, leaving 1914. lopes uid tco l?,te discovereU that lie the acid to amuse iteelf by setting tire had sent Iv's caud'd crit c!sjii(j, meant State of Ohio. City of Toledo. I BSto things. Soon it was seen that the I Lucas County, Saturday than .was over know n tofirr- - met and defeated EcU?n near ULIevo- building would be destroyed and hunonly for his friend's eyes, to tho Frank J. Phpnev makes nath that Via I town, score 3 to 1. Tho gamo iw'as o of the nrm of P. J. Cheney dreds of people thrown out of work, relative ,whom they concerned. Hoiwas 1nX0T Partner Eoden Btrenpiih- Umpire Robt. D. .Walker wcm qu'.ot- - closo and exciting. Perfectly horrified and awattdd hla ledo. County and State aforesaid, and and four men volunteered to put out the Are In the acid room. They sucduring the two hours he oflclat- - enod tlioir team wltjh players picked or JSf S5S ande relative's reply in fear and trembling """ i ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured ceeded and came out all right. Five ed Saturday than was over known from ojier good teams. By taking tho It came: hours later all were dead. by the use Of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. Butler county boyB into camp Renbefore. FRANK J. CHENEY. 'I have not lieen ablo ' read a frew appears to have one of the best line of your scrawl," he ef d. 'Mint I my prese'this h dS? It l&cembeY. Helping the Physician. suppose it's money you're after, so I Old "Bobby" got by wJWi it tho, teaims in the county. Traveling In the train with' my w. OLEASON. and he was master of t&o situation Notary Public. Inclose a chock." friend the doctor, writes a correspondHall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally ho Only Ono Entirely Satisfacait all times- - Onoo or The of Horace Greeley's and acts directly upon the blood and mu- - ent In the Manchester Guardian, I obtory. ,h 'y3tem Send for served a fellow passenger earnestly .to eject players from the 'g f LVaBC2 threatened haillwri'fnswasnotorious.but he hod tert'mniaist'free. V "I 'have trjdd vnirious colic and reading a "popular" medical work Is. J. CHENEY game. a fornifthible 'rival' in Joseph Choate, CO, Toledo. O. Dom ay an uruBKsil, IOC. sued in parts. "That kind of .thin? diarrhoea remedies, Ibut the only ono a former Ambassador to the Court Take Hall's Family pjlle (or conjtlpatioa. I suggestmust be bad' fur your trade." You'll have to (hand it to R. T. that has given me entire eatlafaetyipa of St. James. Ohoate wished to obed, but the doctor smiled and denied Collins. Ho some rooter. IHo .was itad curtdi. me when I was afllcted tain designs for a cli'muey liece for my statement. "Quite the contrary," Farm For Sale. isChamberlain's Coljc, ojiolera and on the Bjdo lines pulling liaiU all a pew bouse Jio was having built 130 Acre3 on said be. "The first part has brought Hartford and Rockpor me Diorrhooa Remedy. I recomond It to nineteen cases of imaginary apfrom a certain artist, but being tme Saturdaymy frWnda at all timse," writes road, 1 2 miles from IJroadway and pendicitis, nnd 1 anticipate bronchitis unable to get wliat ho wanted, fF0MTY' 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhouse and Bright's Gallowaj-- , SVjiwart, S. C. For sale "7." VT." I disease of a similar mild Sovcral hard jo'.m were given local to tlie b.ildcr 4ttVng fc,m to caWel on Jose of farm sfcid church near. type will be prevalent among my pa- THEY TRIED PARK OUT ON THIRD. by All Dealers. players In Sunday's affair. Cundiff was the order. Instead tlio workman imme Three roads pass dwelling house tients when part R Is issued, with all spiked by diately began tw cjiimney piece. Tho hit thrco times. Elgin which is on Hartford R. F. D. No. the more easily pronounced ailments The Hartford second team met the builder liad taken Clioate'a letter to - Most to follow as the publication goes on." Centertuwn team yesterday afternoon Jhnson and received a pitched ball of land perfectly level. Ahj-oon the wmi. Blankenslrfp got the bo a rough sko'xh of It. I y deslrug to purchase farm wll do and Uoreated thorn 13 to 6. The hartl ono, 'pio, when ho was beancd Among authors mo palm for w.ll to investiga'je. Prico reasonaSeparated In Death. For Infant and Children. for Hartford was May and by one of Wltjirows swjft ones. Jio bjl Latidwr.tiug luh Junto tiivurded ble. Apply for It seems a strange Irony of further information Elizabeth Browning, the uiom fate that Crowo, opposed by Plununer, With- showed gamoaess to flnlsdi the. gamo Uis Kind You Have Always Bought to Cu,Tiiiliig!iani GrahaJit, wlio Bonie devoted to BARN'ETT & SON, Agents. of wives, should be separated In death row and Brown. May pitched sterfdy after such a J!ck. years uso wro a letter for publicaBears tho from her spouse. Though ltobert ba'J and with tlio exception of two tion in cue of, tlio ntc.vspapei-s- . Tho Signature of I Browning died in Venice, he wan bad innings was in ll.V.o danger. Tho A Texas Wonder. r wj 9 mm gi'veu K. Y. Park was tried out-anletter du'y ai.(.re-d- , but In so muburled between Cowley and Chaucer heavy hitting of Robertson and 'M. his rclacse all in ono dunrng Sunday. tilated a condition that the uuthor Tlio Texas Wonder cures kidney an In Westminster abbey, while that sweet Crowo featured- - In faot all the lo Ho replaced Smith art thJitt in itho wrote ;.gain ind'g-miiit- 'y bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, mind that gave to a grateful public For Sale. cals lib',' tlio ball hard and timely at id cures ditbetes, weak tnd lame backs, the "Sonnets from the Portuguese" en- with tlie oJltur. a'lie od'tor last of tho iiluitfn aid trlid. to lianidlo Good farm In Ohio county, near well Tho fielding of tlie vis- everything that co;me his w.iy. He's with publihlug tho letter rheumatism, and all irregularities of Joys Its last sleep at the cpiuWery lu f:lJed itors was ragged. A fair sized (bunch a Jolly good follow and we liato to Barnctts Creek church, containing of iienioii!.trace w'.thtlioeoninien': "If tho kidneys and bladder In both men Florence. Baltimore American. 11!0 acree, all in cultivation oxcopt of rooters Journeyed to East End to seo liim go in future ,Mr. Graham will a't dn a and women. Regulates bladder trou but Um manager &ay (ho C acres. Good dwelling, barn see tlio game. Wi3a-Just must go to tho busheschair uheu wdig aiul not on Iiorsu-- ! bca In children .If not bold by your and all In good repair. passage In Polyblus has citback, and u a pan instead of tan- - druggist, will send by mall on Well watered and In tho oil belt. For ed to prove that Hannibal wore u wig. NOTES OF THE GAMES. Saturtkiy. terms olid particulars apply at this Next comes Fordsvllle teh'.nk we may bo able-- ce,lt of J1.00. Ono small bottle Is Wigs were probably Invented about Wojl, It's not so toad after all, I two We Game caled 2:30. FoiJdsvUUi Js mlVk-In- g office BARNETT & SON, Agents. months' treatment, and seldom the time of the first Roinuu emperors, to klo him Justice." Tho late Joaquin MiUcr, "tlio lloot fal,s to perfect a cure. Send for tcs-o- f for we are told that Otho mid it sculp got 'om both. a strenuous ofi'onj to bring a real By special arrangement wo are enball team to tackle the Jocas- Tliey the Sierras." cafn claim to bo ono ' timonlals from this mid. other etates. of One leather with locks of tinlr iiion 2!'-j Dr- - K- - w Ha,, TJ;o circus and gamo Satuntai 'wero will havo several tiara f rora fthiatioc- - abled to offer the Wonians" World. c 0llvJ Street, St. It so well arranged us to seem natural. of the worn!, writer among authors ' at first in IJIroot conflict, but after tlon and a good gamo Bhould result. Ho,uu Llfo, Oreoa'a Fruit Growor that ever lived. TJi pecrotary bf a and Farm LIfo, four splendid monthSadly Mixed. negotiating a llttlo iwo Hid n't have Lot's doa't be surprised- Grey. Blue And literary society rewolved an Jnvltta--1 ly magazines, "These potatoes taste strongly o( much of oJUier- togother with one Hon to atVnd a bduqaet, ibut could, Bodfci-d- , 1ihe gasoline, Jnd., Juno my dear. What recipe did years subscription to The RepublicOTHER GAMES. I not, doilpher a word- lie wrote to "Ulue and Graj" luive Uceu reuuit-t- h you use?" an, for $1.23, Tata holds eood for poeicxyy'.'iiivvl hW difficulty and'tvl and tlie strife of fifty jcars ago Hating like they did Saturday the tfnnnlttv Hftfnrw1 Tivlni Minna !iit. "1 must bare got my recipes mixold aubscrlpUone, of inking of tbo ivx't in ropylng would forgotten was ilemonstr-lesix miles ed," answered the young wife after lpcala couhi beat any team in tho uiMay M Ccntertawn by tiho booro of f,thcr ronowals. , nun Buutscnuere. xou cannot ef- 10 to 8. The game was alow and rag merejy plaexi a ctosh tvt '(ho lattoan of south of hero Sunday .whon Capt. T. some reflection, "nnd used the one foe world, Equality included. ford to miss this bargain. a. ' ged. his note if iu wa oomjug, or a clr- -' V. Ilox, Samuel Simpson a.nd ,WH-h- il cleaning velvet" Exchange. note if Im mu earning, or a circle j ham Callahan, noidiers In the Union Thero wreo no Jaidloa prcaeat at Nntfr Hew Sh. Knew. Trisler mei defeat Saturday ot the if ho wr( aat Mi'ier piuclously Demi- - army durjns tho CCvil War, were ... game Sunday. A local deivoist sug, "M-mcltf-le' dear," said the muddled ""w "t" I'apvr ww COarKO f rh rv..uin. ..n. Piled wuth JJie requoat, but his in- - guest it at. tho liomo of Hiram Tyre, gested that is Uiu rroon the Hart- h...wiu "I 'sure yen I wouldn't beens'lat, "ln tensions had to. remain a mystery was u Confederate, having been but footpad stopped me." Tr ?" Hne ford buuch played bo well. Uut wo by the close margin of I to 0. K "?, til the rvigUt of tho haaquct, for It ,u member of PlekeU'u ndmCTit. All "And you were ho seared your toagM fvor JettlL'e the matter drop rJgiht a great game featured piygood pitchChurcU lug- rcJn" Hartford FordavllJe will wa jiupoRslWo U whether the participated In tho butffifl of Gottya-ma- rk :loy .to the roof of your mouth." there. , aUo of thanka. , I Saturday. at ilut bHra bf bis uoto ffua i burg, July 2, 1863, a momomblo tea.-- a "Uow'd yoa know that)" I1" oPtlni: (hla rule we are only Ml smell the clove."-Culc- aio ' -croaa or a circle. ture of vbch 'was tho cclibrtiM New. Ump'ro Robert D. iWalkor rwaa qvt' . ' following tho mo, plan of every otu- : .. '' From Gerauuiy crxnea - the croTulntr - Cjarte of Pickett'n dlvi!oa. Saturday af temaon ibu Rf nfrow teto er local paper lu Kentucky. er during tlw twp Jwurts ho WWated .. - - .. K ff AKlH5 POWDER Absolutely Pure . COLISEUM. SPORTING NEWS HARTFORD TAKES TWO LIVERMORE. FROM I from a Nearby Gigantic Statue of Nero. While thousands annually vUlt the Coliseum, few seem to question tlit'orl-gl- u of its unusual iitimc, which Is derived from n statue of Nero that stood near by. Being n great height. It was known as the colossiw of Nero, art tho vuguries of pronunciation of niunj' hundred years created tills unique name from "near the colossus." The Coliseum was founded A. D. 7- -' by the Emperor Vespasian. His son, Titus, completed It eight years later. Gauden tius Is supposed to have been Its architect, mid by a cruel fate he wns one nf the many Christian martyrs whose blood has consecrated mid made this glorious building sacred to pustcrlty. Twelve thousand captive were employed In Its building. During the progress of the shows that were given In this great nmphitheater an awning was stretched on pole, and some of the brackets for the support s I I I I I BARNES AUTOMOBILE GO CENTRAL CITY. to-da- y. " LOOK HERE! w Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies. Cultiva- -- ex-lie- - .rst-clas- . I I ho-:d- s . time comes to use them. Buy your : implements from the dealer that has practical experience and knows the : implements to select. tors, Mowers. Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. Don't forget that we can furnish you the best binder on the market. Come and contract with us. so we can have the machine here in time so there will be no delay when the a WILLIAMS & MILLER, (Em - 'I'JV?'V.'" WeJl'la j . I e te S-- I 4- -- u. fcat-ter- CASTOR A b&ArWJtZZ ' y d - iu-e- - - J y n. ,,. I uu-jwl- io til w iVcCh Snfr fr ' J" obliri' fr r . , to. f .--