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COUNTRY TIRES OF PRESENT RULE DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 49 Riviera hotel at tlio point of Heath from doublo pneumonia and was after ward to'd that tho lung which had beeff most congested began to clear only a few hours before the other was com pletely closed. I .was sufficiently conscious to fool that thlfl was probafbly t;ho end a'nll o wonder if 1 should be laid In tho local cemetery and, whether tho tenants of my .vicaraga at homo woujd be much inconvenienced at liavlng 'Jo turn out. But so (far as I remember, I felt no physical pain of a struglo for life and breath: and no ft'ar; and the result of my experience to grerjtjy to encourage me in facing wnen my time comes passage into uhe Valley of the Shadow of Death." Tho lato Prof. Jowett, after an illness which had brought him vary near fo fio gates of death, described his experience as 'full of interest aud Idovoid of alarm-- ' Sir Henry Micrr.'is jn h's communi cation to tho Times on 'the pains of doa'J'a' tiJkes occasion to Bay that many persons suffering from apoplexy, brain tumor, iufjuonza with heart failure, brain injury, drowning lung f When they migdt conthey iwere iurh) on , tinue ito-liv- d't HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914. craJc supremacy before they will t;o baisk to tho Ropubl.can party. Tho mst Jnlcrcgstln comment thty Uio present writer has seen on the EXTRA SESSION I V A A V FOR MEXICANS much'discuijscd topic of amalgamation lias como frpm Congressman Augustus P. Gardner, of MossachiHotm. Ho Jias been a Republican CongressCongress of Warring ReAs man for a long tlmo, Is a ic Grows of Senator Lodge, l II vvas tlio public Works for Peace. Republican candidate for Governor Policies Are Tried. last year. Wliat of Maaaschusols he said is osclally valuable for ita qtialtiy of do.achmcnt nlnd ba'nnce. Villa Makes Denial That He and Roosevelt Only Man Who Caa What )io eays come lies with tlio Rebel Chief Are Judgments of disinterested observers. .Bring Peace Between Moose can "Tho only man on earth who at Outs. bring about peace between ttoo and Republicans. and tho Progressives Is i Theodore Rocscvelt- - If he Jj the Res. Mexico City, June 17. High ofpublican nominee for tho presidency government can Moxicon 14 "Thero New York, June in 1910, even tlio lie to also tlio ficers of the stated .today that matters of great no doubt Utut tlio po'itical be Progressive nominee, then tho Prorepublic jwould of tho court Jry la gressive party will, wither Jn Massa- Importance for the bo djscu33id at an oxtra session of likely to Increase rath- chusetts and everywhere else. rrius is which er than grow bus between now ami "PeiuDiiully, J shal not ryk San'a the Chcjnber of Collier' Claus for Roosevelt's renomlnatlon would result in a compjoto restoration elections," the November Magazine will sto, iii tlio Uue f by our pan'y, u l proba.'y the Re- of peace- A b.ll requesting that tho deputies Juno 20, under tlio heading "Comment publican lead jits would ratjier 6cc him on Polltlis," by Murk Sullivan, VkSuch strangled than nour.slied by a third call at once extra sossions was sent totjie chamber today by tho Dejrf-moti- it li .ftea. Nevertliclcjs, if hoTBO xt Foreign Relations and Gov- dcafrea tho party rank and file nrlH ornmenU- - The blU, will bo taken up elected in .Kaveiu&er. u mm ff""7 ycelrlie, leaders mnio aud glv lilm by the Hon to tte Democrats uKd ia tfee aemlaaUoa in 1916." . , "x adjourns deputies before the chamber this afternoon. at 1Coagrloaman Gardner, ineaus the vne iwrtV tojns Is Jlttlotoubt NO SPLIT OCCURS. House would be Republican rank and fi)e. TIiJs.Jb an Paso, Tex., Juno 17. General elected- - Even with tin opposition Uie "only nva Roo6ove',W could oo Republicans and Pro nominated by tho Republicans iu VU!u, through, his agents here, divided between that today a general denial gressives there Is some chance that 1916 for Uio rank ari Xjio ,to do it may lose tho Lower spontaneously thruout tho country, there had boea any Bpllt between himthe Democrats House. Certainly their majority jnrlU over Uio leaders' lioadu- - AVhether self and General Carranzo- - Ho said bo reduced to a very narrow margin. tihis Is poxiiiblo depends somewhat that the arrest of the Carmnza offiTlio feeling of the coutilry la against on the growth of presidential pri- cials at Juarez Jtad been the result of tlio Democratic party rather than maries Iduring tho next two years. ai mislnterpretatloa of orders on the part of Col. Toniaj Ornojas, in charge against Wilson. Congressman Gardner continues: of tho Juarez garrison. Tho qlut as to which iWllsan !ms "But will Roosevelt eek ,or accept Peace and Qulot ..reign at Juarez, tho confidence of (ho caurrrty ia a Republican nominaliorT In 191CT lost and If there lias been a brealk, in his atiidllng of tho Mexican affair. TJi'. J the nal quwtnr If ho does Concoivubly Uioro may be a happy sq, lie must face tuj1cr' of treachery tho amicable relations between Genoutccino of thy inediYon ut Niagara from tueii lkowJobuspn,and Heney eral Valla and Ge'nerrji Carranza Jt Fal's. This wouttd to a largo degree and Murdock suoceWul politicians, does not show. restore his prestige, bus tho foiling not disgruntled failurta, men who Thero haa been lio fighting between iu (tho country agalndt tlio Democrat- burned ther bridges bohlnd' them this city and Ohlhuahua City and points ic isfrty, which distinguishes Uio when they followed die o'oael into the railway between the two is operating tra.us on sshedu'e. Thtf s Democratic party from Wisou, tuo rrogna v coparty, not 'likely to change- -- If 1s basod-largely T,hbieuincn cannoandvvvlTnot re telegraph i)ptam a in, operation nnd -- tho person turn to 'the. Republican ranks. Their commercial messages are aoceptid.but on distrust of will bd transmitted. nel of tho Lower House, and ono cf places havo been taken by newcomers-TJio- no press matter t Qu?ric-- j sent to correspondents tho chief counts Iu it Is tfjo reckless niust succcil as Progressives Tor-reo- n extravagance of tho distribution of or go down Into oblivion as the Pop- Gcaeral Villa's headquarters in go unanswered- "pork." When tho present perform- ulist fchdoio did In the 90's. There Tlio Custom House in Juarez is wiCi regard Is no turning .buck possible for them ances of the Dcmcciuta to pork are mallo known, as they now. Their die is cast. Hoasovelt tniuM dons business as usual. It was learned, however, tlitlt bewill be during tho campaign, tho pub- rookon with mwn like these if he tween twenty and thirty employes off lic indignaton la going to bo dyna- return to tho Republican fold. the Juarez officers were seat on a mic "Anxiety onto tho verdict pf his- Bpcclal train early today .to ChihuaThe party "that would bo boat adapt tory has vecomo almost a vertigo hua CUy,tho StaAe capital, thence ed to secure the allegiance of the with Roosevelt. Will the historian to bo transported to Torreon, where largest number of votera In opposi- Qf the future look wltjh benevolent Villa remained. These men, employes tion to tho Democrarji would bo a eye on the Colonel's return to that Of the custom house, tetograph ofconservative pajrty sanely acH hon- party which he has condemndd to fice, treasury department and inforestly conservative. Tho Progri-taslv- e destruction? That ia a question which mation bureau, were arrested late parv to honest- - Fundamentally, U will surely present kuself to bto blind-O- yo3torday by Colonel Oruelas in a raid Is conservative also; but the bulk of tho answer which his judgment on tho various nUooal offices.where the voters aren't lllcoly to feet ;that gives may dopend vajgt political con- - Carranza appointees were employed. way about it, becauio Jt la Jderitf-fjo- d sequenoea." ' The whereabouts of H. Perez lAb-re- u with several unfamiliar pollc-Iwas the matter of most speculatand the 4yorage man, reud Wkei Animals Sleep. ion- He had been selected by Rlatfael what Is unfamiliar aa radical. The Elephants sleep standing up. When Zubaran Caumauy, Carrauza's agent Republican party fills the WH ffcr at Weishington, as publicity sgeatof conservatiem, and ia pane, ob., Very in a, herd a certata aumber will althe revolution, whose function it was sane! But tho Bulk of the voter ways atand ,watoh while othere Bleep, to tesut) official buUetlus ito the don't regard tt as honest, In Ujftjp0 for, ifte big, powerful beaats are tim press, Htlcal sense, aud tine iway the party id and cautious at night atd will not Perez Abn?u Ulaappeared when bis lias boon going lately fen't Mkejy to. office was taken over by tho Villa go to slocp unguarded. bai,tor its reputation. As Congressman Boilers. He Just liad issued an anRats sluep lieaH downward, hang- - nouncement Gaidnor ojeakliig for ithe Republlcanr, that he was traoscrilbiug iuy .by the!iq hind cla8. uaj-s- : a bulletin regarding the Zacatecas atBirds, with few cxcepUons, Bleep .'Two-third- s of our trouble 'Jlea in, tack; in which the. Notera forces bad tlio faot, that tlio jicojile think that vv'tt, ther lieada turned Ullward oyer been 'defeated, acooiUing to official tho Republican party i la bad hands. the back auld tho beak Mi rust beneath advices from Mexico 'OJty, "which HvV'ry tlmo jo ronomlnai'io a dis- ,io winghave boeu confrmod by roponta from d Storkp, gulls and other' credited leader wo poatpono tho Hay tho revolutionists' fromt below Tor' recovery-brldi sle" standing oil one leg. of ' reon. To i Ducks sloop on open water. ngenits hero today rtnlk of amalgamation in All tlio Oonatltutlonallst drifting ashore, Uioy koep pad wore busy attempting to find explana tlio ivut has boon coming from icjt-ct- s avoid otrice, from dling with one fodt, Uiiua linaklng tion 'from the south of the buddun and candloato3 for tUwiu movo in a circle. wK turn of affairs at Juarez, but tho rig national leaders a'l Ue way down to Foxes and wolros sleep curled up, id consoisltlp on telegrams frokn Vil men who liad precinct camltteemen uoniothing to gain by amalgamation, tholr ucaes and soles of their foot la's headquarters at Torreon prevent by Miolr ed namely, office, money and power, and olosq toother and Iblauko'd from arriving other t,haH luopsagta bushy tall, denying In a general way tliat the who iwero iboing keit oujt, of (b,ese Lions, tigors.aud cat antmalstrotch and Constitutional oonunandor-ln-ohlporquhntca by continued division, upon the Bides-Thei- r Vil.'a, bad his non:hern cliluftain, individual voter who lias no thcaiisehcs out flat The muscles twjtch and Lhrob, iu- rcacliiCl a pojat of dlvonce onaccouut personal bUiHo In eucooas, him not past dono any iiaUdug about idicatlng 'hat, tlicy nro light aud reat- of the appointment otNatera adohlef in the leai oloepers, i of tho now Central zone, and other amalgamation, nor concerned himself In addition to th,oir ooVd, Incident which the Villa elements about it- - But now, it rouat be aa$, Owls, screen that tbey draw have been reported as. reseating. the vot tiB.boglnn lidnbJbott1) hare n anWgamatioa. Wita1 a auaer of wajU across their eyes to bhut out Portlsaos of CanratUHt,vAl,yjl).a.t o. tho light, for they sloop In the Hi Paso dtecusatU hotly ijuo future of roWWb wliich lucreaeos. daily,1 Our Dumb Animals. the CoustituCouaJJat .moVeaent. chief preseat political coscera nore a s The question of 'the Ngana FuJs Important than all other poljcjca or . Notice. oouforeuce played an important part pewaaalltlea la to got qho DemocratThe Ohio County .Uuion of. he A. lu tho arsumeAt; QjpeaWi a ferds ic OoBcreaa out of jwxt. A fouu t&f beln to think about that, S, of B. )WU1 moo; at the pourt boube tho nauuM: of provisional ,3 they aeccaiaruV think about amal- iu Hartford, June the 'MU at ten Sumo Villa supporters even declared b'tsk ehapp- - Would ho glad Jf all that Ocu. FsJJpe AK8; Saorotiury gamation. HtjYerttie1ea8.' Jt must be aa'd l'iat toosbers in tho oou.uty wouVI bo pf War ou Carraaza'a lubiaot, had there i a irm sroaifi of Yatcra ia prowat or any oiw jthat s MttenvAed been selected by Villa forvproraiouul PreaidenA iu place of fUnnaa,,a the PreroJvi0 party probably about I: Jn cooporaUon of tho farmew.' 1!1 go caesoma tuLrtliHA'.nuallfatloUs baid buk- S. L, fTBVNS, Pna. two srilloa la all-JI - ' Hl3NAY'Mk PmTLtfec'y gushed. ArapJs,., former TedTal of Dnao fuly thru any aurtyr4q Anti-Democratson-in-la- w general, has been commanding Villa's artillery slnco tho battle of Torreon, and yesterday denaftcU for tho front above Zacatecas, according to official notice hero. LIFE ENDS ' WITHOUT PAIN Huerta Threatens Englishman Vera Cruz, Juno 17. British subjects who arrlvtd here from .Mexico City reiort a recent Hash between PrjVi8lonal President Huerta and Sir Lionel Carden, the British Minister. The Ulaputo arose out of the volunteered by Sir Lionel that tlie de fqito Pros dent should rosign and: leave tho country imnioduntoly. Tho British Minister also offered General Huerta a British safe conduct and a warship to take him to any port lie might name, tbgothor with his family. (be Gen- Huerta is said to havo come enraged and to have threaten ed to arrest Sir Lionel Carden Jf he over repeatiii the proposal. Sir Lloael Carden is said to Itove based Ills suggestion on his person? at friendly relation with Gen. Huerta, and to have urged upon him that tho time had come wjien flight was bis only recourse. to-d- Opinion of English Scien- tists Who Discuss Question. Men Who Have Been Pronounced Dead Tell Of their Ex- nd-v.- co periences. londoj. TCijs vti strange dlscu&lou Jii6 been Do tho dying suffer pain? car- cam-idexi- on ( Government for Na Country. Washington, June 16. An" interna1-Uboa- l r"' enference unique in history convened in Chrlstlania, Norway, Mon day, when delegates from the United States and Russia, Norway and other Northern European countries mot to rrctaj a government for the .world's one country without a flag the Spitz-bergIslands, commonly called 'No -- eii Man 'a Country-Wiillia- -- -- K. Collier, of Jfew York, andy Frederick Niolsen, A3s't3tant of the State Department solicitor are-thAmerican delegates. "Although No Man's Country, lying onrthe edge of tho Arctic Circlo, north of Norway, has been known to the rest, of the world for centuries, it was not until within the memory of men still living that it vo3 lfou,Al toigVi valuable ,X:oaU deposits. Is devoid of vesetation nnjl has Ut- tlc or no animal lifo. During three months of tbo year foreign coal mirt-eo-- 3 work the rich deposits. Througli-ou- t the ro3t of the year silence reigns d over the frozen wastes. American explorers Were among the first to Uiscover the coal deposits, and they, .with other venturesome spirits from Norway and Russia, staked out for cliemsclvnes generous ckunns, tak ing possession as individuals and not in tho name of their respective coun U tries. The American interests, now by a Boston corporation, are said to have, some $750,000 invest c 'it rock-boun- con-txolb- ed there n - With no government, tho onlmeans of Bottling differences has been that resorted to by primitive man, so only the ayonge&t survive in No Man's Country. If the Commissioners now asscrab'od in the Notiweglejn capital cftitto a government for this remote corner of creation, they .will have ac- upiuirisuca a lean, wuuiouia paraimei. State Department officials said (Monday Uii th,ere is no precedent for the assembly of an International congress to formulate government fori a sovland oyer which none claims ereignty. The conferees have before them a plan drajwn up by Norwegian diplo mats which was suhmlttdd to the American State Department for sug- gcat'ous several mouths ago. X long-leggo- Miller-Acto- n. " Mr. A- - C. Aoton and Miss Louva Uello Mlllor wero marridl at tho homo ef ' of the, bride' at Central Grove 7iight. Tho ceremony iwas perfomu-- about 8 o'clock In tlio pres ence of several friends and rela tives. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs- - Joe P. Miller, of Central Grove and to a popular young Sady. Thp groom is a well known Hartfoitl business man pf tho firm of tAotou This Bros., and la popular here. young couple lm;s the best wishes of tbe,r many friends for a happy mar ried life. Wod-nosdiiy te day-tlui- AcQMoa Hartford and Rockpor road. 1 2 mlLa from UroadwaV and 2 nvlbis f rom' Rockport." Soboolhouso; on dags, of farm Vfia church near. Three reads gum dwelling houso which, to on Hartford R. F. D. No. perfectly leva. Aay U Moufat-lan(ni.v.dsilrlBg to purcb4tarw will do 1-d '50 .FtrttFtrStli. wvfll laveetiale. waa ble. . to Apply for further iafojwatloa SON, Agtte. BAXNKTT Pries nssoiav ried on for some weeks in tho colirms the Timo3. A number of eminent physicians havo given their viws and experiences- - The concensus of opinion is that the llying, as a rule, suffer no paln.however agonizing their breathing or encs or movemeniu may seem to 'he loving and weoplng ones that sur round thorn in the final moments. 'Frofr'j. C. Wilson "raises the point that when pain is of no me or savilr-servicas in "inevitable death, there to no pain. "Wo have looked upon pain and says Dr. H. Cameron Gillies, "ajj tlio greatest ovll to iwhilch humiau- ity, p.nd iiUeed, all tho living creation is exposed, and we have" esteemed it a great mystery about pain- - It is the universal language of mankind and of all living beings all the tumt anld our great teacher. Without pain the human race would makeno progress and we Bhould have no evolution la nature. "The people of my najtivo Hfgliland have an old time proverb, 'th'eTre.'ito al ways peace before death,' and to Jthis d.iy they do not like an illness not a: onded wlh pain. They look upon it aa dangerously omlucus, but the moment the puff eror begins to,,poipiSin tlioy regard the case'nntf condltoL as distjnotly hopeful. My long experience Is tliat th.s to true all the way 'lUoy have another gem, 'Where there is pain there .s life' and hope. C. Rivers Wilson says that ivvhen Dr William Hunter, uho celebrated unat-om.came to die oa March 30, 1783 "if I had Gtrength enough to hold a pen I would write Ihpw easy and pleas am: a thing it Is to die." A prominent Englishman, writing under Uie name of A TrAvejer," says: 'Some 'yeajrs ago, while iu In dia, Iwassuddonly seized wlUi ASiatc cholera- - In addiUoa to the terrible pa'in I suffered agonies of thirst. 1 happened to be where Jce was procurable. For some time my mlud wa fiiUod wth thoughts of wounded sol ders lying parched -- at nigttt on the batUefleld. Then a(s the agonlzfn pain produced exhausUon, I pwiftly undenatood "that I was 'probably about to to die- - The thought seemed to bring great calmness and even ease tho p&'.m I silently praytd for death and hoped Hi would como fedon. I never once thought of my mother or my home, or my friends, or any of the things which people are supposed to think of upon theh-- death bed. As I lapsed,. Into half 'Consciousness I felt us Uvough 1 was entering a vague and liappy. pe4 (where all was dark but not In h least 'N. H- - P." tells thus of his experience when at the point of death from typhoid fever In a Mexican mining camp: 'One of my camp fronds had tlio peculiar power of bringing mo by stroking V.hk to consoiouisnei my brow peculiar, (because Ihe was. not an intimato frlonld iby any means and whou the doctor "gavo bis verdict Jt was dco'ded (lhat ho flhouAl oxerclsq this lnfluenteo and then tell mo liow I was eituJjd aud lake; uuy mtissagcs I had for my dearly loved ones at home. Ho did this, and my friends concurred afterward iu saying that I received, the intimation In tho moat unconcerned manner, slmplj re plying, 'That all right.' 'And to his request for message 1 replied, quite calmly, "Give all at home my Ive aud y 1 torn sorry, but alj in a uon-- 1 uteres tnd way. I caa myself remember Ute !ac!jsut .very !tbut vamialy. but I do romembec Uiroughout 1 felt at be and I were apoakjng of 'a third peruon onysolf in whom I took oaly a languid r auxloty I Of palB, Xar was entirely free, yet my friend ty.vll mo that la Bay delirium 1 screamed aud fought as the Buffering agony. toys: At ttoBteuuNaarkiB' 'A IchrtalHiaa 1S&G. I waj IiIuk la a of Buf-ferin- .," in-de- di at, terr-fylng.' at. bae-ae- v Jn which position ilheV,ahoiea' or;iialeosterin case of.paralysui toe pwaixl, insteJ cf belDg,(-,;ttlfa- ' patOTnabouldlto iaid .wUhH lyzed a!do' downward. par A Suffrage State Blows Up. , It ds one cf the Arguments for womed suffrage that it jwUl give ua bajtor government. Colorado has had jttjaxs woman suffrage for twenty-on- e and hss boon lookud (ipoii as the, moot s Waning example ,ot a suffrage Stalte. Now, in cihe great matter of a itttir contention between miners and coal compadies, ithe Govcrnmeut of Coloraa do has1 virtually broken down; small clvll'war has raged between-minerand militia; there Isss been a considerable1 less of life; aud great suffering, disorder and ilfesf.ructlca of . proijei'tj-- ' amoumt.Df millions. or gotfd govornmnet 'Is. that tho tha vye are to expect when womea v6te in the rest of the States-- ' Havo votes for women really had anything to (do with the dismal situajtlon in Colorado? Let us not blame tho women for let ting those striken and militiamen and coal oprcators get out of hand. it Is a mU.i'a Jcb and a big one-Pu- t the responsibility, where it belongs, oa tho men. That is where, in matters governmental and political, it wjll ay ways have to rest whether wo men vote or not. When government or blobs up suffrage government any other kind tho Uoctors that Will bo called in will be men, always mien, with rifles send machine guns, of necessary, as lu t)hs case. If government, in Colorado broke down it was because the men who administer it were not able enough for their jmploymont, or else because they had not the physical means to keep order, Blaime them if anyone, not the (women. iBut hero come in two poinds that erfoct suffrage, wthlch seem to havo s tp.-Uv- A v; '. (V srt -- V they State assume a responsibility for the ao'u of those off.ccra which they are of-ilo- jrs sovne pith. One to that women iwhen Governors and otiher (vote-fo- r phya'caUy conipotent to rests en physical force. 'Tihjifc is a fact from iwhteh there ;s no escape. Vomcn cannot get anything by physical force- - The miUtaat in Kaglai1 are trying to, but tfhey succoeding. The .woanon'o wo. licit force 'jb ouormous, but Jit, Is not that physical force on- Which governknent not - reaijs- - Tho other polufc to, Wnat if, afbjr vott for womeu have been mud iu years, it is a State for Cveuty-oa- o disclosed that tho meu who bava ohjrgft of government ure conspicuously uuoqu; to their duty, that fact au argument, of t wo gut If wwanau against vomau suffrtts buffjiago iu thj Ucteriorattuu of anen, or iC;Venin ibae salfctlou vi mrcrior and feoWo rnvux ,tor public servic4, a & 14- - Tho responsvbliity for government rests ou tha men, but thu i",ppoiiHbiliy tor the ineu very larjely ou the women. Ou Xheni rvsts a givat reiHoasi1bility for lifo-s prwnderautly tho eiothcm ibv mako jtho sous, and in euffrwgo StaUn It will bo considerably tun women who select the officers of govorameat. hi Just, 'tho 'proportion that womeu are uusesed tho oasa will be uuscxed. la the aaKurul, Uutlf of men, Che capaoty of wea .to assume tApac dutkn wilt bo atiuphlad. oou-stltutgn-.arr.-.ult- rl h , - K ) .mmimmmti4mmmtrmnm iwwJvKiatofiW,' Vary Different From the Ancient City In Its Oriental Setting. Probably no modern city Is more disQueer Feast of the Tadpole Be- appointing o the expectant traveler An. Eighth of the World's Land than Is Jerusalem. We think of It In Surface Still Unexplored. fore It Becomes a Frog. Its ancient glory. We picture to our Imagination the magnificent temple with Its golden roof mid the other great EVOLUTION OF A POLLYWOG. buildings of the hill of 'Ion. We read AREAS WRAPPED IN MYSTERY. of its being the rutuli In passover Changat That Mark the Transition of times of a million p.igrlnn. mid we "The Dwelling of the Void" In Arabia Is Supposed to Be the Most Desolate This Curious Creature From an naturally think of It as an enormous city, comparable to London or New Waste on the Globe New Guinea Aquatic to an Air Breathing Animal. York of the present day We think Has Baffled Countless Expeditions. How It Differs From the Toad. of it In Its oriental setting of 2.(100 It would seem as though this little There is no more Interesting creature years ago. hut us we approach In a on earth tjinn n pollywog. or tmlpole, modern railway train and climb the world of ours should be pretty thorfor it Is n llsh In the process of trans- stpcti ascent which livuls to tln rllv oughly known by this time, yet there formation Into :i hind animal. The ' l.ntitii.l im Altiiitliniii ...t.rl.i.. ...1- - Itti.al.in are many unexplored territories which 'whole proceis can he watched If you disappears. have yet to receive the Impress of a jnit a few pollywog In a milk dot tie At last the guard calls out ".lortisn-lem!- " human foot mid willed doubtless, like and we disembark u tulle from the north mid south polar regions, will or Jnr full of water with some water plants. the city, get Into n rickety modern hack. take their toll of heroic victims from In miy of the pond In the parks In which has evidently done duty In some' hardy explorers who first enter the cities or In the pools In the suburbs more civilized community, and are the closed portals. in the proper weason frog spawn can bounced over the rough roads and the their a rough estimate about 7,000,000 On tie found. It llo.its on the water like Intolerable cobblestones within the of the tosago pudding. A handful gates, until nt last we are landed nt sipnire miles, or masses of tal land surface of the world, are waitof this will furnish entertainment for our modern hotel, so different from the ing to be discovered. Some 200.000 several weeks mid will ut the same khan of ancient times. square miles of this lie In the arctic time give a lesson In evolution. And here our disillusion has only beamong the spawn that lloats on the ponds gun. The city of which we read as regions of the north, but The frozen tracts that form "antarctic" In is the eggs of frogs. They lay It In accommodating 1.00O.000 guests on the south, where Scott nnd Ills gallant the first wnrm days of sprint;, spread- feast day could hardly today entertain the nearly ing It where the rays, of the sun will 1.000 strangers within Its walls, and followers were penetrating, wnrm It Each egg contains a yolk, since a multitude of pilgrims come ll.OOO.OOO square miles are relegated to whales, seals, penwhich is the food of the living germ every year from Russia nnd Italy nnd the sole use of guins, petrels and other animal and within, and Is coated with black, prob- France nnd Germany, these nations ably to attract as much heat as pos- have erected great hotels outside the bird Inhabitants of frozen homes. It Is true that human habitations sible and at the same time to protect walls for the accommodation of pilcould never be formed In such climes the germ from the penetrating ultra grims. ns these, but the scientific world is violet rays of the light, which would Hut these, fine nnd even magnificent destroy It The black yolk Is In the ns they are, take us not back to the ever eager for the dlse erics of explorers, nuu even nmong uninhabited center of a mass of transparent Jelly, .ieru-salcof 2.000 years ago. but tell which is there as a protective covering us only of the modern city, where half districts their work is never wasted.unin Arabia there exists a tract of If a smnll mass of spawn he placed a dozen great nations are building in a jnr of water mid watched dally these hotels nnd hospitals In order to explored country nearly five times as with an ordinary magnifying glass the gain political and commercial advan- large as Great Britain. It stretches black yolk of each egg will presently tage nnd patiently awaiting the time from Mecca almost to the southeast coast and Is called Dahknn. or "the shapo. tie seen to assume a sausage-Ilk- ; his posses-do- n Dwelling of the Void." Probably no Gradually this takes the form of a tiny when they can oust from long held more desolate waste is to be found in the Turk who has so wrigrwillywog. which soon begins to gle. After a few days these little black sway within the sacred city. Christian the globe, for not n single river is estimated to flow throughout Its entire bodies wriggle out through the trans- Herald. Imagine Ger400.000 square miles. parent jelly ami attach themselves to many nnd France combined without PAWNSHOP RUNNERS. bits of green sticks or weeds, which river or stream and you will gain some should be placed In the jar with them. Kor some time they remain attached A Curious Feminine Profession That idea of the parched condition of Dahknn. The Sahara la a blissful retreat to such supports by a sucker, waiting Exists Only In London. for the opening of the mouth. As yet A police court ease has called atten- by comparison. state that the Some authorities there arc' no visible eyes, but small tion to the existence in London of a stumps on each side of the head will vocation which Is not known to exist whole desert is not worth the price cf be noticed. These are the gills. The anywhere else In the world, it is that a good malaccu cane. Others give crewhole skin If examined with a lens; of pawner, a profession given over en- dence to the legeud that treasures nnd will be found to be a sort tirely to women who. In the ioorer dis- hidden cities lie in tho heart of the of animated velvet pile, for Its compo- tricts of London, undertake for a sands. Of quite a different character are nent threads are In constant motion, small compensation to carry the goods thereby creating a stream of fresh wa- of their necessitous but sensitive neigh- the enormous mountain fastnesses of ter to carry oil the work of breathing, bors to the pawnshops. Most of this South America, which lie along the and a little later these movements will work of pawning is done for women upper Amazon nnd in the districts of be strong enough to bear the body who nro ashamed to be seen entering a Colombia and Peru. The celebrated slowly along, so that locomotion at this pawnshop, but some of it Is done for treasure of Cuzco lies secreted among stage Is like that of the lowliest of liv- other women who are too busy to at- the Peruvian heights, impenetrable forests, mountain Jungles and Innuing creatures, the protozoa. tend to the formality. When the mouth appears the Inside In certain districts these pawners merable fever spreading rivers hold of the great lleshy lips and the jaws are known as "runners." and they live the most Intrepid adventurers nt bay. will be found to be armed with rows on this work, charging from 1 to 2 to say nothing of carnivorous ants, of horny teeth numbering many hun- cents for each Journey, according to malignant snakes, water moccasins dreds. The gills will also have grown the means of their clients. In, one of nnd those most deadly of serpents, anconsiderably. The-- e. however, soon the meanest streets of the east end. acondas. During recent years over a give place to Internal gills, and the which has n pawnshop at either end, dozen expeditions have been either water taken at the mouth passes out two women ply a busy trade as pawn- wholly or partially wiped out in their again by a small funnel on the right ers. efTnrts to wrestle with these regions. One of these women Is a widow side of the head. This llshllke stage Although the famous El Dorado. disappears with the appearance of the known and trusted in this work, and which set the sixteenth century ablaze, forelegs. she has built up a big connection in bus never been unearthed, the country The hind legs uext appear, and ns the neighborhood. She uses a peram- generally might fittingly be called El these develop the. mouth Is closed for bulator and is frequently seen passing Dorado, from the rich minerals and alterations. No food can be taken, and along the street with a load of miscel- priceless stones emanating therefrom. ('.tiring this enforced fast the tadpole laneous articles destined for the hunStrange, wild eyed men descend ocsupports life by consuming its tail: gry maw of the pawnshop. Monday casionally from the mountains, bringThis is slowly digested by a process morning Is her busy day. as hundreds ing wonderful fragments with them. not yet clearly understood. By the of III paid casual laborers living In the But they refuse to net ns guides to time this strange feast has ended the district depend mauy times for their these who would accompany them new mouth and the lungs have ap- week's maintenance upon pawning bnck. pearedthe tadpole has become a frog something that day. London Cor. PhilIt is curious to realize thnt vast porand leaves the water for the laud As adelphia Press. tions of the British empire have never a tadpole it fed by rasping off vegetabeen seen by British eyes or the eyes ble and animal matter with Its teeth; Dance Madness Nothing New. of nny white men. Nearly n quarter as a frog it feeds by Jerking food into The polkn was comparatively new. of Australlu Is still unexplored, mainly its capacious' mouth by the flick of a when Trollope wrote some of his nov- In 'the west, where the population avvery sticky tongue. els. In "The Three Clerks" a young erages only one person In about every Newts and toads in their pollywog heiress speaks of a certain Frenchman twenty square miles. stage can scarcely be told from frogs, as "tbe'most delicious polklst you ever New Guinea has bnflled countless but newts remain water animals, wear- met. He has got a new back step that expeditious, though many are still try ing tails, nil their life. Some of them will nnutze you." There was said to ing to fight their wny inland from the. retain their gills alno. hut most of them .be in practice "every variation of the coast Despite the fact that the Intedevelop lungs and have to come to the waltz and polka that the ingenuity of rior of this Island Is practically a geosurface to breathe. There are few spe- the dancing professors of the age has graphical blank. It is neatly divided cies which have neither gills nor lungs beeu able to produce." Detroit Free on the maps between Britain. Germaand therefore do .not breathe at all. Press. ny and Holland. Among Its products their blood being oxidized by the skin are birds of paradise, spices und canalone. nibals. Where the Shoe Pinched. Adult frogs spend most of their time Another particularly Interesting disThe Prima Donna mfter the Hist act; In the water, but (hey must come to I won't go on again unless that box trict which bus so fiir defied civilizathe surface to breathe. Toads once among the Himalaya they leave the water do not return to party makes less uulu! I uearly hnd tion lies secreted hysterics! The Manager tin surprise) mountains. Humor accounts that it ew York World. I dldu't hear any noise. The Prima Is presided over by women, who are Donna You didn't? Why, they en- responsible for such rude laws ns are Insurance and Assurance. cored that upstart of a contralto four necessary even In a lawless district, What Is the difference between Insur- limes. Puck. manage the affairs of state mid live in ance and assurance? An expert exn luxury of Inverted Mormoulsm by plained It. Klre. shipwreck, accident possessing four or five husbands apiece On His Dignity. burglary, mumps or any disease are To the hill men are relegated ull the "My dear Itegiuald. now that you eventualities, mid you can couseiiieut- have left college you must really begin rough tasks and menial labors. "Mere ly insure against them. Hut death is limn" Is of small account beside these a certainty against which uo company at once looking for aoiue sort of emHimalayan nmazons. Hut we may ployment" p. will insure you. Hut you secure thtt that In duu season the men will "But o. n't you think, mother. It assurance that a definite sum of money h- more dignified to wait till rise lo claim their vote. puld oil Its occurrence. London would will be The foregoing selection does not exthe offer, begin coming luV Life. Chronicle. e list of geo haust by any means graphical blanks waiting to bo filled Tho Retort Courteous. Winning Ways. on Professor Hates was quizzing a stu-de- Before the atlas complete can lie "What n pathetic face that young u lined Pond, who seemed to our (.helves we must penetrate the fellow bus! Ills eyes seem so re- know lotlilug of the subject In hand. darker haunts of Borneo, North Anterl proachful." "Are there no fish In this pond this en, the Kongo baslu, the 701 mile "Yes. In the lunchroom where he mountain innge thnt stretches from moriilt.g?" be exclaimed nt length. worked he pulled hi mure tips than all "Tes, professor." replied the student, Der Fur into the heart of Sahara and the uther waiters coinblued."-Cleve-la- ud numerous other spaces. London "but tie Bines uo good." Plain Dealer. its J one-eight- h it-NI J I I o EATS ITS OWN TAIL MODERN JERUSALEM. NAPLESS REGIONS TAMED THE MONARCH. F GROOVED EYESTONES. of The Part a Silver Inkstand Played In National Crisis. or rV If nu eyestone Is pl.iced In vinegar beBy Taking Lydia E. Pink- weak solution or lliiiewatcr It haves very much ns If It were alive. ham's Vegetable It moves slowly about In various direcCompound. tions and altogether conducts Itself In manner. This a most mysterious "My loft si do Cleveland, Ohio strange activity has given rise among pained me so for several years that I Ignorant and superstitious persons to cxpecieu w nave to the notion that the eyestone has life "'i,.sjSLM'ji!jl undergo on opera' and "loves to swim." tion, but the Tint As n matter of fait, or course, an bottle I took of " n pavi aW "" Wt) Lydia E. PInkham's eyestone has no more life than It is composed of calcareing stone. Vogetnblo Comous material, and In llniewntcr or cerpound relieved meof made to move tain other liquids it Is the pains in my side nnd I continued iu about by the carl Ic acid gas caused by the contact of the stone and the use until I became 11(111 Id. 4 & repulnr nnd I free from pains. These curious little stones were once had or the asked several doc- the "front doors." so to speak, shells of a tiny molliisk Hut lives ors if there was nnytlilnt; I could along the South American coasts. The take to help mo nnd they sold there calcareous formation occurs at the tip was nothing thnt they knew of. I nm end or the molliisk. and when It draws thankful for such n Rood medicine nnd Itself Into Its shell to escape danger or will nlwavs trive It the highest nralsc." j. H. GRIFFITH, 7305 Madison to go to sleep that tip fits so snugly Into the mouth of the shell that it ni Ave ( Cleveland, Ohio. fords the creature perfect protection j ,,anovcrf suffered from fe- agiiliiht Its enemies, male trouble nnd the pains were bo ba. Tl... natives collect those little "";. nt timcsthnt I coul.l not sit down. The msks for no other purpose than to get j docU)r n,,v,god n Fevcre operation but me eyestones aimuia .... p.- - . husband got me Lydia E. Pinkham's engaged In the fruit trade with those v ubIe Compound and I experienced -regions get the stones, bring them to t reief Jn R short Ume Now j fee, the United States and soil thorn to like a new person nnd can do a hard druggists day's work and not mind it Whnt joy Tho stones are often used for remov-In- g and happiness it is to be well once more. foreign substances from the eye 1 am alwnys ready nnd willing to speak; when'tbe services or n physician or an a good word for tho Compound." Mrs. oculist nre not to be had conveniently. Ada Wilt, 196 Stock St, Hanover, Pa. Many persons think that borore using are any complications you one you must put It In vinegar to give doIf there not understand write to Ljrdla K. It "lire." but the notion is ahstird. You rinkham Medicine Co. (confidential) need only Insert the stone at the outer Ijnn,Mnss. Your letter will hcopencd. corner of the eye with the grooved stdo read and answered by a weaaa aaa next to the lid. The pressure of the bcld In strict confidence. eyeball moves the stone uhuut In the eye. The grooves collect and retain the rorelgn matter, and when the stone YOU has accomplished its circuit It emerges nt the end of the eye next the nose. . There are other eyeslones. In the head of the common crawfish there arc two little bones Just behind nnd beneath the eyes. These bones resemble Treatment the South American eyestones. but the fish bones nre wholly smooth Instead for WEAK of being grooved on one side. Tbeso LUNGS or crawfish bones hnvo been used in tho west as eyestones, but they are not so CONSUMPTION efficacious ns those from South AmerA PETRIFIED WATERFALL ica. Youth's Companion. If you mention this paper wc will send you a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for Algeria's Stone Cataract Is Called "the feeling, coughs, pains that tired, Bath of the Damned." in chest night sweats, hemorrhages, weak u cataract of With all tho beauty of lungs or consumption. living water there Is In Algeria a reI LOCK box tts OHIO MEDICAL CO. markable petrified waterfall which re CCIUMBUS. 0. For Infanta and Children. cently bus been engaging the attention of scientists. This Is the Haiumam-Moskhutlfig Kind You Have Always Bought which means "the bath ot To Prevent Wood Poisoning the damned," and It is located sixty-tw- o Bears the ipply at once the vromlcrlulotd-rtllb!- e OR. .A miles from Constantino, on the site of Slgnatuio of HlKTHK'S ANTJSKPTIC 1IUAUNG OIL.aiur-stea- l res!og that relieves pain sad htalt at the undent town of Clrta. the nmc time. Not a Hutment, :5c. 50c. $1.00. This solidified cascade is the produc tlon of calcareous deposits from sul pliurous nnd ferruginous mineral springs, issuing from the depths of the WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH earth at a temperature of 03 degrees C The bath of the damned." even from S50.00 a Week, almost S10. a Day a near viewpoint, looks for all the world like a great wall of water dash Belling Victor Safes and boxes to merchant, doctors, lawyer, denltata ami ing into a swirling pool nt Its foot? yet armera.all ot whom realize the need its gleaming, graceful curves and the of a safe, but Uo not know bow eaay 1 Is toown one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of apparently swirling eddies at Its. base the beat, clean-cu- t opportuniare ns fixed and Immovable as If canties ever received. Without previous exia-r- l eik'o YOU can duplicate the aucceta ofothrri. a granite cliff. ed from the face of Our h&ndiomely llluttrated catalog Many, centuries have, of course, gone will enable you t present the aubject to customers In an llttrtlfiir Tn.niiMp.M tlm.if. to the making of the deposits, und the you K!T were piloting them through our lien springs were well known to the ancient talesmen rcceHe advice and liutruc-tlot- factory, aelllnir appointed as .. for .uin. convincing talking DOIIltl which It la lninoiIMe f.ir rrnnn.iu. -Itomans. Tho name Hummam-Mesj. U'1.4 YOU be the Urst to apply jour vtclnliv before someone elae gets the territory hutln was given to the stone cataract don't faror only ono salesman from of each locality. We can out Iu un allusion to the legend that the The Uth annlreinary of out company waa celebrated br waterfall was petrified by Alab. pun erecting the moat modern safe Ishing the impiety of unbelievers by factory in the world. man who received our turning all the members of a tribe into special selling Inducement, stone. At night, so the story runs. Its Uirri lirwocaurr lodsst.' oar output. We stri thjwIm stone dwellers of the remote past are many thouaands ot dollars freed from their strange fetters, come lBBSSSBSBSSSSSBBBMBHSSSU2C3ESlGSaBBBBBBBBSBSV i Urging our sales orsanltatlosi but to learn nil particulars, shapes to life and resume their normal win coat you only tus prloa at Illustrated London News. a postal card i a The pages of history record many Instances In which trivial Incidents hnvo shaped the destinies of nations. According to a story In the New York Tribune, a small silver Inkstand and the quick wit of a prime minister once played an Important part In the history of the Netherlands. William III., king of the Netherlands, was a man of violent und ungovernable temper. Although In general a clever statesman, be was Inclined, for some reason or other, to Involve Holland in the trouble that was brewing between Fniijce and Germany in 1870. He was deaf to the appeals of his ministers, who foresaw the ruin to the country that war would brlngi Thorbecke. the prime minister, re solved to make one last attempt to change his soverlgn's resolution. On entering the royal presence Thorbecke was greeted-wita rough "Good moru-lug- ! What's the news?" "Nothing particular, your majesty. Only the people of The Hiiguo'nro talking u great deal of nonsense about your majesty." . i'About mo!" exclaimed the monarch, in wrath. "What do they say about me?" "Well, sir," answered the old statesman. "The Hngucrs declare that your majesty has become stark, staring mad!" Before he could utter another word King William, his face purple with fury. Jumped up and seized a heavy silver Inkstand, with the Intern tlou of hurling It at the head of the premier. Fortunately a projecting an gle of the inkstand caught In the table cloth nnd dragged it otT the table with everything upon It In the confusion the discharge of the missile was delayed for a moment "Sire." exclaimed Thorbecke quietly, "if your majesty hurls that beautiful Inkstand ut my head The Hngucrs will have much reason for their assertion!" For a minute the nugry king gazed In silence nt his minister. Then he gradually lowered his arm and replaced the inkstand on the table. He walked to one of the windows and stood looking out for u few minutes. Returning to the table, he resumed his seat and said, ns If nothing had happened: "And now tell me what you have got to say." An hour later, when the statesman left he carried with him the monarch's promise to issue n proclamation that wouid declare the neutrality of Uol land. Found In Tiny Molluiks American Coasts. South American eyestuiies are tiny object lliat look like Hat. round lilts of polished bone. Upon one side of each the South ,n;,V WOMEN AVOID ' stone there grooves. an- - nunieioiis concentric OPERATIONS 'jwTfrf; fY ijjr3. pn.l ...... r Ifeff WILL TAKE OUR Kl run-dow- FREE CASTOR A ' 4 czMfafiki $200, -- That's Oro-pro- vrelt-to-d- 1 luoney-makln- k ... V Wide-awa- kt Old Love and New Rug. "Those people nexrJoor to us have been married a long time, buveu't AtHorCatilogw BSBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBsaaaafliKlaBBMa,CslabJnt 1BT. they?" "Perhaps they have, but their honeymoon Isn't over yet." "How do you figure that out?" 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London Chronicle. ren-sou -- ed this Adder. Each took the machino on trial. Each made a ten-da- y test. iMrBmmFlw'w h t 2 1 Modest Child. He Admitted It. Practical Proof. of the ulght to be "This Is a flue "Ye, my mm. i want jou to make rrtfriliA hnnu.' time I want you to yourself niiiblilextrous. "Yshi can't start an argument with tie able to ui;u one hand Just us skill tue til at way. my dear ( agree with fully us you dn the other." you.'l Detroit tree Press. "That's ni. rtrt I cuu lick any hue my class with either hand " in Great Expression. Woild. "11 Ley fell me, Hrlmly, (hat your duui Iter slugs with great expression." la all OKttl'ti CTfNtlou the r ts n t "a ttest expression you ever wiv, dace upii.ir.Uiid for the. Idle rn mother cant recognize uer Her face Ibea she's singing." .W..-York Could Spot Him, Yeast So clear Is the mountain atmosphere at Quito, under the equator Iu Ecuador, that persons dressed in white have been distinguished seventeen miles away. Crlmsonbeuk That's no place for a man to owe bis tailor money, Vonkers'Statesniun. The barriers are uot erected that csb lay to aspiring talents and industry, Thus far aud uo further." BeethoveB. At a social (rutheriiiR u little Klrl. 'T?h'ChttrKe of tho Light leaching the lino "Into the Juws of death, Into the mouth of" she pntised and, looking nrpund, added t "Where pupa told uncle to go last iilgbf-- St Louis d Hrl-ladoPost-Dispatc- They found the machine to be rapid and competent. Even a child can operate it. And anyone, with litjtle practice, can compute a hundred figures a minute. It docs all that is done by $150 machines, and it ir ''in -never makes mistakes. Every office, store and 3,imer,can Adder 'A tr-l- M w . 1 SaWT A AT r.sfr ?5iMyy' i t X n. A. Diffsrsnt. Jones James, I ueurd you using profanity to the horses this foienoon. Coachman No. huIi: no, suit! I's very careful ob de bonnes, suhj I was talk-Ito my wife, huIi! Kansas City Star. send ohe on ten days' free trial, it incurs no obliga-tioLearn what tt means to you. Telephone us now itnilr h. AMERICAN CAN CO., CHICAGO. Sold by .r,n bL" to Ask us vvil. o wTnout it after n' ' CARSON&CO., Hartford, Kv.l t HDW.W. SMITH, Pres. II. D. PAYNR, Sec and Trcaa. J . LnACII, Manager. A FLIGHT The FOR LIFE PATH OF THE SUN. skaSiBaflpf LiaaaaaaaaM r N Story of a Rescue Trip In the Mountains of Alaska. , rasssszsr u3tATnrTXBasj BRAVE MEN AND SPEEDY DOGS An Act of Heroism That Saved a Wo man anrl Her 8lck Husband From Death When Stranded on a Winter Night Amtd the Snow Clad Peaks. Tlio ImrilslilpH to which I't'iiplu urc exposed In the fur north give frequent qccmnIoii for the ilNplny of heroism. In the pngcsTtif "Trnllltig itutl Ciimp-luIn Ahiskn" Mr. Athllson M. Powell tells of the rescuu of irw'oiiinn nud Iter hitshniiit who were xtrmuleri on the tnoiintittns In nti AhisUan winter. A dog teiiiu KMlloped up mill slopped In front of tho only pretense of n hotel In VnMoz, The night wiis tlarl;. n the northern Vluter nights nlwnyg lire when the moon Is not shining. Tho g I , i I I i - aAsafiafeaSfsrilsaasXMsS?janHaaZnHajW ftV as&aasiBnnWiBLw 4BMrv iSBBEinnnH M - naanlm.SBBaHMsBBnVF l3ftTsaanPeaW HMlSsaflafanHi? ' vif'i . ri'jt. ,i Vh'i i ., n doss luiuiedlntely lay down, nlmost ex- -' hnnsted from their Ioiik trip, nnd the two men were soon surrounded by In quiring friends. One of the two said: "Whnt do yon think, fellows? We passed n wonnin Just this side of Saw mill Cntup. She wns pulling n sled, on which wns her slclc husband. Wo re- Ijnonstrated ngnlust her crossing the "Kinder, but she replied that they might ns well die. up tlierd ns nny- uhere ctc. ns It meant certain death to stop. Our dogs could pull only our outfit, nnd there wasn't grub enough for nil, so we were compelled to leave them. They will be nt the last timber tonight, nnd If homebody doesn't go to their rescue they will be dead by this time tomorrow." A man stepped out from the crowd ' 'nnd said: "I'll go for one. Now, who else has a good dog team tof splice in with, ! I I I ' Its Relation to the Equinoxes and the Solstices. Tho sun's path Is culled the ecliptic. It Is a great circle of the celestial sphcr6, cutting the celestial equator at two points ISO degrees iipuit uud milking Willi It uu tingle of ! degrees known us the obliquity of the ecliptic. The crossing points nie called the equinoxes, because the days uud nights ure then equal, uud the points midway between tho equinoxes ill e' the solstices, because the sun then mviiis to stund still for u few days. Tho ecliptic Is so called because eclipses occur only when the moon Is crossing It or Is near It. for the muuti's orbit cuts the ecliptic In two points, culled nodes or knots, and at other times Is uhove or 'below It If the moon, when In cither node. Is 'In line with the suiinnd the earth we have an eclipse, either total or ttnniilur. If she Is near her node we have u partial eclipse. The moon's nodes nro not stationary, but mine backward on the moon's orbit, completing a revolution In nbout nineteen years, when the eclipses of the period recur In the same order and nt nbout the same Intervals ns before. This period of eighteen years and eleven days Is called the saros. It wns kunwi), to the Chaldeans nud the Greeks and guve them their data for computing eclipses. Any intelligent person can trace the sun's path In the heavens. If the sun rises exactly In flic east nnd sets In the west It Is the time of the equinoxes. 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ANY The followlug pointed note was writ-t- u came." laughed the American. OTHCT No tea between innings?" gasped by Daniel Webster In answer to a NAME. request that be take u certain case for the Englishman, "Then what's the oba contingent fee; "I .do not desire em- ject of the blooming game?" CincinWA'MANTED FOR ALL TIME. ployment 1n professional matters, al- nati Enquirer. irrou purchase the NKW HOME you will though I do sometimes engage In Ibave Hf aet t the prloe yeupa y, and will , them. ..But I never engage on continHis Excuse. ot hye an cbIcm ealapf wplw. gencies merely' fo'r. that would make "You seen, Mike a spiritless creature. me a mere party to a lawsuit" I dou't believe you've got ambition to Qu&y open' your door when opportunity - knocks."., Resourceful. CobncUmJ "Don't be too rough on me, ma'nmj I Oll'jbs Your wife seems to be a kiilht) woman. Dlbbs Resourceful! ain't never bad 'a door." Cleveland Why. the other duy she put in a pane Plain Dealer. Owaped if glass with chewing gum. Boston f franscrlpt 'Warning. Every mm should have as aim In In riuv. -- m . Itenl'coolnpM and self possession are life, but bVsboiild nut spend too much write lee. a lt he indispensable accompanimenta of ' time In' aiming. New Orleans ar la(at cetalofue before you purcluwe. ... . 4 reat mind. Dkkens. QUAUTV.I NEW TH SEWING MA'3HNK OF 9 HOME "I'm your mnn!" nnswered another. It wns 3 o'clock In the morning before they hnd made their selection of dogs nnd were ready to start on thnt hazardous trip. "We'll bo on the first bench by daylight nnd have them here before midnight." snld one ns he straightened out the team for the sixty mile run. "Yea. boys! Stand In there, Leader! Mush, mush ou, mush!" And with n yelp the 'dogs galloped nwny as If nwnre of the urgency of their mission. "Haw, Leader!" we heard us they turned the corner, and then they were gone. "There goes the best dog tenm In Alaska uud driven by two of the best men ou earth!" exclaimed a man ns he the bouse. The tmll was easily followed, and soon the nine miles of level bench were passed. The speed slackened only when they were ascending the ridge, which they crossed by 11 that morning, and there it was seen that the sharp peaks were curling flno snow high In the air. "They are beginning to smoke!" exclaimed one of the men. "Yes; we must get back before night or It's all ofT." replied the other. Down. down, the steep descent they plunged, nnd by 1 o'clock they were off the glacier and sklpplug over level ground. In a short time they discov-ere- l the unfortunate couple whom they hnd started out to rescue, and when iTiey came tip to them It was a pitiable scene that presented Itself. The poor woman ba icome completely "exlmusled" nnd had Thrown Tier-sedown beside her helpless husband. She had evidently abandoned all hope uud wns weeping bitterly when she suddenly hoard the yell of a driver and the burking of dogs. In n moment she passed from despair to hope. As the team galloped in a circle and stopped beside her with the dogs' heads pointed back toward the glacier she clapped her hands with Joy. The dogs lay down uud with their lollhig tongues hipped the snow, while the drivers ute home crackers and Jok ingly encouraged the sick man nnd the tired woman. They bade her seat herself comfortably while they fastened the two sleds together. Soon they were bounding nwny again at the dogs' flrt speed. When they recrossed the summit the, whole range wns "smoking," nud the wind wus sending the line snow nlong the crust. It whipped their faces with u warning of what wns coming, but the driver snld: "Twenty miles to town, and It can never catch us!" In Yuldez every one was anxiously watching the trail. Many exclaimed. "They can't possibly be here before midnight!" but they were. As they rushed up to the crowd with a yell nnd a chorus of barks from the noble dogs they were met by eager, helping hands. The dogs acted as If they had understood why they were being petted, and agalp(tbe woman wept for Joy. lf , mine It Has an Assistant In Every House In St. Petersburg. The Russian police system Is extremely compllcuted. for It practically 'gives Itussla nu assistant policeman in every house In St Petersburg. The landlord has a private porter or acts as porter himself. A porter has authority "to make an arrest, nnd be is obliged to rush from the house to the street at the sound of a police whistle. As there is a policemnn stationed nt every block, which Is the limit of his beat; and ns every policeman within a certain radius may respond with the porters to the signal. It takes but a few seconds to get a platoon of unl formed men. with nlmost n regiment of porter policemen together. Itussla has also n most elaborate system of training Its policemen, and some time ugo there was opened at St. Petersburg a fully equipped policeman's college, designed to train men In all the various duties of an officer of tho law. At this college policemen are made familiar with the tools used by criminals, their teachers holding that they cannot become proficient police men In nny other way. The Russian policeman attends lec tures at which burglars' methods and Instruments ure explained, so that be can checkmate them, while he has the adrantage of the criminal museum, which Is attached to the college. There every appurtenance known to the breaker of the law must be experimented with until Its every use Is thoroughly understood. London Tit-Bit- ItflU 1" JMfr Fdre$32 DAILY BETWEEN iaSSSSSSSsflsSsMsSlB m2atnitLipmiFmir--r- . 6(DUFFALO - (Leveland -- m JBBat'AA.aaaaav XagyiyT ssaaaaanL.- - .S ..- - .JjaSTaaaSTSaSTaHlaWHIsr- S'' JJ5saB9iIJBaSgggg!; i i lAXJK?""''? ."" 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On being told that he had to swear to support the constitution, his eyes widened, and, drawing a Jong breath, he said he couldn't d it, because he couldn't support himself. - Daily Courier- - Journal A Good Doctor. $6 a Year "Sunshine nud fresh air are the greatest enemies of tuberculosis." says a medical authority. So sit on the sunny side of the house, the car. the olllce or the fishing pool. Get out In the field with the birds and the beasts. Face tho breeze nnd don't be afraid of the gale. Roll the window shade ever up and never down. Mnko your sunshade"' over Into n cune. Remember Dr. Sunshine Is not only nn enemy to tuberculosis, but to more diseases thnn you cau remember to name. Including tho ingrowing grouch nnd many other things. So let him shine in! Detroit Freo Press. A "About five years ago 1 ibesfcji taking Chamberlain's Tablets after suffering fromi indjgstdon and condf pa-tlfor years without Lndlng anything to relievo, me- - Chamber'aln's Tablets helped me at enco unU by using tjiem for several weeks I was cur od of tho complain," wr&ea Mrs. Alary E. Mc.MulIpn, Pholns, N. Y. For pale by All Dealers. Not a Politician. If a man is too proud to beg and too honest to steal, declares Jerome, he has no business getting Into politics. Memphis Commercial-Appeal- . Indigestion and Constipation. Sunday Courier-Journ- al on $2 REAL a Year NEWSPAPERS Curious Superstition. Among the superstitions of the Sene- ca Indians wns tills most beautiful one: When a young maiden died they Imprisoned a young bird until it first began to try its powers of song, and then, loading it with caresses and messages, they loosed Its bonds over her grave In the ucllef Dint It would not fold Its wings nor close Its eyes until It bad flown to the spirit hind and delivered its preclpus burden of affection to the lovcdand lost one. Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles. "I could scratch myself to pjoces" , m yo;wt is often heard from suferers of Eczema, Tetter, Itch and similar Skin News Eruptions. Don't Scratch Stop tho News Itching at once with Dr. Hohsonte Ecapplication zema Ointment. Its first of starts healing; the Red, Rough, Sqajy Itching Skin is sootjicd by the Heal ing and Cooling Medicines. Mrs. C- - j A. 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Is a- doeoB of Chamberlain's 1W16ta. Mr. The price a only 25eats J. H. Settjs, of Detroit, Mich., nays: a year. Ask for a ample copy., "They restored my a'ppeile when ImGoiirier-Joilntj- il "flomjwniiv paired; reUevdl me of a bloated feeling atsti caused a. pleasant 'and satisIncorporated factory movement of (Jig bowels-- For aVOVISVlLLK, HY. . sale by AU Dealers. L. Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National News State News Local News Market Reports. Foreign Political Everything for Everybody '' L worttty-successo- " ., i.v i. i.,. ii ai i hi mill Dawson Js dostinc'd to tnfco itsl alongside such famous watering """"" resorts as Hot Spring nnd tio far K.tri ?ccoriir to iw t found White Sulphur Springs, of Vir- , lUMford, Ky., an mall mnttrr of th Iglnla. 1W0 hopu the K. I. A. may tlMtt -bo scheduled for Dawsan n5.un C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Springs. ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Thrown H rtford Republican. '1,cvo jtlaco SILLIMAN'S OWN p,lf I I srijman atrotched himself on tho floor cf nU eclj a U Bie.pl until lao in tho afternoon. That night a tn of food, to STORY! cat, wrjj limwt under tho doorunfit t.io of cell. So acuto wore- the pang of uln- dirt-ov-ttv- H B ger Costs a Million Dollars a Day. Address all communications ITJxe Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS rtqnwt. to UrvM...! ou-- ddrm miiPt Bnbfcrllierii rtmlrltiR the pupprrpntto n npw give the old nddrvrn In ranking the DnitnfK" Loral nnd Xntlrc 10c per line nnd 5e i. per line lor rncli ndilltlonnl Oliltnnrle", Kmulntlon nnd t'nrd of Thinks rc pr line, monry In nclvimct-- . Church Notice for eervlce free, lint other church ndrertl'eincnt. .V per lino. will recelTe no tnonjinoun commnnliatlon attention. If In unwind? to 111 a ji.ivslcry n wnicn vieru comfort to tho AiucrioJi producer- Neglect of Wilson and Bryan Tho monthly uiskiI meats of en'r.c. Protect Even Our Government figures aro but s.nuior . . .. . oniiin n',v Pnro.ci Officers. goods to tho value of ?1,000,0.00 nro coming to tins country uicli work.ngj d.iy John It American tho week, that did not come under tho former Tanff law. This sill.man's own story of indijrii t ratio renia.i.ii constaut ad uu repjna stiffored a r.he liands of lluotttai rtp reJkntatlvc3 when thrown into prs-- i or iio different nvjntlis ate i -- Oradua'ly tho story of tho now Tnri ifi law and its effect Is being un- - into Prison, Starv- - rJc ,WJ,,,, K.irl y the following '":! m' WM ed and Threatened. awake-nc- tV ho finally munched u fuw morn ng --April ' WEN'S iiimiaii Mnwram OXFORDS! A KVMeefWsVeM by Hounds In the corrdior be'ow lun coll Ho saw . nuro Ainrcca. it being t.irown Oac cf them iwa.j Powell, To lh JloraoilttI 8Ccrutary AlMts icr Paul ' a Vice-Cons- i trcd as a. trpy and ')ireatoncd with kkatli, Js tcld Sn .i pparcntly thait Is tho price CO in a wide range of prices. tho American prU"cer is liaynig for d.siwlsh frtun Norfori; pub)i3hed in xcw York World. the pr.vllege of living under the bonoFRIDAY, JUNE 19. Your hot weather Shoe necessities must be Taken from Jils own home tho flcoat sway of tho Wijson- - Underwoou $i,uuu,uuu a nay juoro ui iwujk.- eniiig or April -- i, me uy uio Ainer-tllo- n law, I supplied. We are prepared to supply them for h.m to face in the markets c,,,, bluejackets landed at Vera Cruz, ANNOUNCEMENTS. in of tho United Status. The month of .uPi sillmian waa kept a prlsy.-ie- r to your advantage. tno Federal miliary wuj a normal month under tho a i:lr room We are authorjzoa to announce April dispensation. A1J Of tlio.jucudauartcrs until after midiiisli.t. Congressman Bon Johnson a candidate now Tariff abnormal lemcnts ur tlio precetd'iijjithoa mi.lrchd uvllcr guard to lho for tho Democratic nomlnojtpm for out pf the way- - Every new Saltl'lo penitentiao- - and tlirust Reprosentative from the 4th Congres- time wcro was in effodt, and opportuu- - to a cell. Ther0 he was a prisoner sional district. General primary elec21 days. tjy given for a fair test. tion August 1, 1014. Tho important figured for April show On tho march to ;the iienltentlary of, tho soldiers, who surrounded Sdlimau Are of the neat, dressy type will appeal to announce that there was a ga.n in tho value Ve aro authorized goods brought here from foreign coun'aiid other Ainer.can prisoners, Hon. John W Boyd, of iHarJIn counto and please our young Americans. imppr.a-t.on- s caiuo to a fork in tho road- One (way ty, a candidate for tho Domocrac tnuj of 20 per Cent, over the of the same month of Jjs-- ( year led to tho town cemetery, the ojlnr After slU.inau h.--l been Jn prison in for Representative nomination Increjjie is $20,000,000 tq tho peiritciiiary. We don't see how cheap five days ho hiVl the other American Shoe we can Congress, from tho 4 th district. In figures, th.s day for every 'working For what seemed like several m prisoners wre iwrnijuod a half hour's Genera! PrinjJry ulectlon August or $1,000,000 a sell. We see how good day of the mouth. During tho earno to .Mr. Silllmau and his fellow exerciio in the corridors- - Althjiigh Shoe we can sell. 1, 1914. pencd of April the exports from tho unfortunates, tho soldiers Mopped to they were cautioned not to ijilk, You won't grumble about the price you United States also 'foil off ajout 20 rect,ve tho command mhicli would de Stllllniau liold ono wlilicred conver-sat-o- n None of tlio 'Mexican guards are per cent, as "coinpartU. With Die s;inie cide whether tho march would et.ll at with hid secretary, l'owell. have worn wafting to hear from Niagara. period of 1913. The merchandise ship-lie- d freshly opened cravta or duncon- - Pawed! told luni .Uqw the co.uulatu from this country .waa $37,000, Jike cells. had beou ransackod by General .Maas' Gen Vila la worth, a, field; full of 000 Afterkaltsartisfactofy'SiTice--J- s There were nnititeriAt cxprciwloiis of moii. less in value- worth A. B. C. nuUiators 'in 'settling the many countries to which "Thank Gcd"! from the ' Americans Thore are On learning this SdlJinan r'Pited low-priceMexican trouble. deal more to our customers d, the new law is a source of pleasure when Uio column of soldiers, in re- his dmeand Uhat a nctc bo taken to may .well be assumed that Ker-- and profit. Great Britain and German sponse to a command .from their O- General .Maas, but was refirsr1. About It wear-ou- t easy-t- o Oxfords. Roosevelt's days of romping over have verv gnat reason to bless the fficer, proceeded along the road tuaii Ajirul 29, however, Davis, the led' to prison. the glob with his father a)re alwut name of Woodrow Wilson. Each of uoM?paper corrcsjondent, had a iiojo! (aided. At Vera Cruz Sillinian refused to spirited out of tho prison to Maas. ' them is setV-n- g to tho United Steves nearly $4,000,000 more of goods each tell rujKjrters of his experience, hav- demanding tho release of all the It Is sai- d- ithat the Chris'tan month than It did before. France is ing explained that t'ne story or what Americans- - The following day Davis support Preg. 5VHson Scientists will shipping nearly $2,000,000 more a ho .wont throu ' would on'y serve to and another newspaper man were almost solidly, on account of Ws re month. Italy. $1,000,000 and 'Belgium more seriously Inflame the American liermlttcki to leave. seat endorsement of their, doctrine- the eame, amd a monthly $500,000 .more mind against Huerta. The ddjaj.ls of' On May G the Consul succeeded in If Col. Roosevelt had worn his old is coming from the Netlierland , from his exper.enco was obtulntld from fel reaching General .Mads bv re low passengers on the collier Jason. Cuban uniform, while in Spain, It is Switzerland anid from Turkey. citing the outrages practiced by his It waa 'while ho was at dinner on soldiers and insisting that lie be re-In fact, the law should be popular doubtful whether he iwould .Jiave toeon invited to dine with the King. Another all over Europe, for she Js thereby April 21 discussing with Mil Silli-nu- n leased- - Maas isent a bref reply, tjio plans for aeoking refuge at tho substance evidence that clothes do have some- permitted to put on the American mar-kof which was, Sillinian thing to do with the man. her merchamdjse to the nmouiit British Consulate that a young Mex- saU, that 'all would come out right of $12,000,000 a month more than she ican lieutenant called and, presenting iu the end. Dr. Hunter hr withdrawn frpm dfci a year ago- - Spain Tho same day SJllrman ,was taken is the only the coniplimenta of Gen. Joaquin the, race for thie Republican nomina- European country 't carried this district ov er Mr- whose exports to Mass, a family Telatlon of Huerta, before a mjliiury court convened by Fourth District Men Say "Mob tion for United States Senator and ad thess ishorts ehow Taft. In 1912 Col. JtooBovolt rocclr-c- d a large falling comander at San Luis Potosl, ex- General Maara at military headquarCertain. vises his friends to vote for Mr. Ernst. off. In Sow Jersey H3.3I0 vott-s,- - Mr. Even Iceland aid the Azores are plained that General Maas feared for ters. Ho was accused of being a spy A. E. 'Wijlson has announced Tiiscan- An address Issued ito the. votors of T.tft jiolled 88.835. In tho profiting by tho change, and Rouma- - tno safety of Silllmau and desired and was prosecuted by a young Guberna4fccy but np one takes it seriously the Fourth Congressional District torial election held in this State that he Beek protection at .Maas' Htutoiiaut. nla and Seiwla as wellin and given out at Republican head- November, 1913, tho Progressive and Ernst wjlj no doubt win out by To the south can WJilie the court was in progress Sil- quarters of us, great, benefi- headquarters. here follows: primary. a Jarge majority in didate for Governor received only 41,-- v, Sillliuan's suspicions wore aroused liman was granted a private interciaries of Democratic generosity to "It 'a apparent to altl thinking men, 182 votes, and the llopublicaa nombecause the itivltaton d.ld not include view with General Maas. rphe general BullirtJt of Louisville, foreign producers are Argentina Hon. Marshal and 'in inee, jwljed 140,298 votes. has announced for the Republican Brazil. The Argentine shipments have Mrs. Sillim,fii, but ailtior somo dis expressed rgerat when told of the tuox uie democracy .will remain moro than doubled in value, and in cussion consented to accompany the treatment accorded tlie American Con- - power nly so long as tho opposition "In the State of California, Roosenomination tor ho short tenn in that party is divided. Indeed velt received 2S3.C10 vutee; lieutenant, feeling that he could 8ul,assured him that he would here- to the United States Senate. Mr. Bul- creased $3,000,000 in value. Taft pol- l- , Brazil President litt is well qualified aill .would Make has nearly tho same monthly increase oesx explain in person to General after be provided wlt'h every oom- - IljioHdi Wilson ,was elected only (11 3,914 votes. Recent off:oial reg- - ' .. P itilfl l!t.'n.. rtt IstraUon flgun In tlds Sta'.e.sliow a great Senator. With BulUtt on the The whole of South America gains Maas why he did hot care to avail i.eXP,?ftU he ?'n,0n " cessity for replacing the Democratic a Republican hiniBelf of Mexican hospitality. gain of 232,855 votes' and. ticket from Louisville and Ernst from nearly $6,000,000 a month, even with Silllmau would be released- national Auminatraton Js seen more a Progressive loss of 155.S15. When he arrivckl at the militoi-On roturning to the court Sllllmtin the sixth district, geography .will ibe Chile falling $1,000,000 bohlujd. The clearly and felt with greater fonce im greatest advanco of all, however, is headquarters, Sillmian. instead of be saw lying on the disk of "In tho great Stoke of Ponneyl- well served, and busides Ernat and the mili- time claiiso. vama, Roosevelt. iKilldd 411,891 votes; Bullitt rwlll make an invinclbe ticket from Uruguay. Goals miad.i In tiwu ing ushered into tho presence of Gen tary judge a letter ulgned by Gen-or"Tho voters opiwsed to the Dem- Tart 273,300. Tho registra-Uo- n This is Known and feartil by the couniry cjmo Here lax year to the eral .Maas, w&u led Iby the General's Maas declaring Jijs bclof thatSil-nna- ii ocrats Administration r.vlio do not enrollment this yer shows C8U amount of about $100,000 a mon."i. off.cer ,p a dark room into wii.cii lie Democrats. was a spy. prcfenmjnt or oxiiloitation, are 415 Republicans The same month of this year she was thrust. After ho liaAl .been in fjhe and only 114,611 ProThe court; reserved i.s decision und g Practically every anxiouu and Impatient to reunite. It gressives. cit- sent room for several minutes tho dolor Silliman was sent back to tlio. here goods to tho ,vu!ue uf is conceded by both Progress ves and izen of Hartford learns with regret of was unlocked. Another .Mexican offinearly $2,000,000. "Iu tlio Sta'te of Iowa. Rowuvelt The oUier Americans wu Republicans tlialt ho resignation of Marshal Stevens. tho reunion anust But it js Canada who shou'd be cer entered, carrying a lighted candle. rchuscd. received 101,819 votes, while iu the and will come- Tho jiraotlcal ijuos-t.o- n I.!ke every other official ho lias lito most grateful. Stated ldo primary held Juno C, 1914, Five days jas3ed. On May 11 Mrs. She is sending ncrc'i Ho walktxl toward SiJImaii anid held nqw is, under wi:at knockers but they are few- .Mr. our Uio candle so that northern border her prcUucto to tie light fell full S.llimu,'! caj'ed ut tio prjaon- - Tlwt these forces coalesce? banner Bluill tlio Progressives polled only 0,800 votea Stevens has made an excellent mar- a Tho uiuiiis-ta,kabwas itho first t.mo sho hall seen her value of over $1,000,000 a month upon tho face- "Lack of space shal, was liberal but f rm in trend of public opinion thru-o- s!m,lar figures forbids tho giving of tho moro thaSi she did "You're a spy," grjwlod lio strang- husband Binco the night cf April 21. for either States but under the old tar- tho UiUilJ States is toward the discharge of liis Jluties and knew no f. .Mexico uur.ng the month of er. "A spy. Dq you hear me? Ijo you every State, without exception. The following day the prjso'iier Mas Republican party. Jn TJiousands of Re fear while' upholding Ulio law. Wo March gained a wuero elections liuvo lieeii ho'd $3,000,000 larjrer foot know what ,we do to sphs. Well, taken before the count again. Ho was publans Jn Kontucky, pr aiul olsowliere. are suro that finding u successor lio'U in the I we&i you do and - told that the papers iu his case had voted that's what's coAniercan market tlkli Roosovojt beoauso they con- wiiore caiVlidates luno been ncnnl-natfor will bo no easy task but as "Uncle rfho did durJng tiio name period of i"s io jtappen to you." been forwarded to .Mexico City, and sidered Iu 'primaries tho same generhim Jim" has decided to reJUro ht us nil 1913. Tho A; intervals of half hour ur so the that ho wou'd lie sent there to bo pres Republican the legal noiuineo of tho al increase Jn tlio Republican vote and Central American States liarty. Thoy had no Adea givo our hearty support lo tho now aro increasing their exports hither samo offjeer noturmU and went ent at its fmal disposition. GeneiVil or Jntontion of forming a soparata or- ilocr..so In the 1'rogro.isivo vote hTi marshal, whoever ho may 1C. by a third, and the Br.tish West through the same ceremony. Silliman Maas issued an order that Mrs. resulted- ganization. Tlioir vote wais Imp!y "A groat many of ludles by about tho same , figure. protested that Ji0 was not u spy and be not permitted to accompany a protest. those ,who DAWSON SPRINGS. Intimated that some one would be Jio Consul, supiwr-.eis doubling her shipments. Mr. Roosevelt are alllgmM-wltl- i "in 1912, Roosevelt polled Jn this The Kentucky Prss Association made cp suffer for acts that ho said tlio Republlcan lxarty agaluho Theso tire tho benefits that Silllniaii's 21 daya Jn jirison iiad the ho State, 102.76b' votes; Taft polled was royally treated by tho citizens of now Jaw is 2 wall suro General .Maas d'U not ended- - In comjwiiy greifect and most truly Progrcaslve bringing to foreign nawith an attache ,votos. In the general (primary Pawson Springs last week, friie Jatch tions, to the competitors parity over organized whoso lilstory ia of tlio British Consulate i:I under of tho Amer- countenancestring was suro on .the outside and ican prclducer, to At about 11 o'clock threo o!lhor guard he sjarted for. iMexieo City,Aft-e- r held August, 1913, the Progressive jar tho history o the country for more the employer of ty polled only 7.377 votes. 'wWlo no vjslting editor had any complaint Hie than Jialf a century. The oniap labor and the payer bf un- - Americans were forced Into the room a few days in Mexico, City Silli selfishness to (make- Dawson is tho homo of tho American .wages. In of a few leaders, has alone preventun biiunian. Wko (him, aU of thdm man was informed that he might leave Republican party polKed 85,687. What benefit Jias the general election held In Novem- ed a complote celebrated curative water which has bo It brought to hull been searclied and reliiovod of tor Vreu Cruz. amalgamation. ber, J913, the Progressives polled in come world famous and is fast mak- more perso.ns the United States? Are jewelry, padiers and money. "Uut itho people will sot usido these . Sllllmaan learned atcr his release omplyoed? Has any ing a city where only u few yean uow industry Shortly after midnight on .the eve- that Mrs. Silliman, acoompained by rounU numbers 35.000, and the Reloaders when they started? Are nrlcea publicans .125,000 votes. The flmiites P wai located only a country store lower? Is ning pt hja arrest Silliman and his the BrtJsU fully, the motives actuating: business confidence strong went to Genestablished beyond question tho fact mem and when they an old fashioned corn water er? Has uud were taken to era! Mi3 the day oafr lier husbtuid the lnldustrlo.1 nltiinMnn three, realize that a that the rank and file have returned continuation pf mJJ (on Trade Water River) Now a been th ponltentiary. was lmprisloned and asked for his The bettered? this division, can What has the to 4:10 Republican party, in Kentucky. ciy boalvts of well jiaved Ktreots, fine United States gaj'ned arid tlw threo o'Jhera were taken, to only result-1.Maas informed Mrs. SUlraiau perpetuating (he Demin return for "Thi4 tW is tru Jn other States water works, Btjwerege system the penitontlary. and this $1,000,000 a day gift of ocratic jiarty In power. that ho was merely 'protect) n The Mr. Is Bhown conclusively by her toctric lights, wjth aii day oenico. the elections and tlio three others wcro hot, "These voters aro all Republicans Silliman against harm. As .Mrs. Sil It 1 csseoally a city of hotels and assined to cells, instead liman left headquarters ami on tho held since 1912. Jn st. Loute. aio.. at heart. They believe in RenubHc- In thj makes U an ideal city for con Hot Republican WeatherTonlcand Health they W" ordered to march and conu- - Infrequent occasions when Blie annear- - was April, 1913, a the fjret Mayor un principles and .Republican doc,-- t oeotea. ibeing ventions or largo gatherings. Some Ronutflic trines. If they follow lurumrvn oetween txjderal troops ho pd outside the British, Consulate Bhe Builder. thir nD.,i an elected ia, years. tf these hotels would do credit' to IncJJuatJons unl better Judgmeathey Are you run down Nervous Tired? linill cjoiher sldo of a iwide .cornldor was jeereu ox and hooted. In SepUmber, 1913, In the ny of our largo cities. Dawson, Is everything you do an Thi:l wtirvote the Republican ticket. We effort? You and hurled cursos and imprecatlona normally, has a population of some are not lazy you. are sick. Your at thorn- DJetrfct Get Rla of Your Rheumatism. Cougress'onalwas ejected of Maine, a cordially Jmilte all of them to hun- - ' Republican JD00 KcmU In Oonfrui.'t port our candidate to bfl nonilnatedT' i has two banks, one Stomach, LJver, KiduejB, and whole When the tsoldiers seemed to grow . e Now Is the time to get rid of your ip In a vacancy " by a majority of Howepaper, four churches, good School Bistiin need a Tonic. A iu r congress jn tho Fourth District; ' Toulc aMd uitm ojnimcji was assigned to tt cell raeiimafiis.m. You can do it if you 8,523, over the Pnagerssvle nominee, nd numerous well .built business Health Builder to drjve out tfao oil an upper tier. Tho JOHN p. HASWELLjR-.Ch'm'ri- . pthers apply Chamberlain' Linlmeat. iW. A. while tfireo -Roosevelt carried tills district souses. It also can boast pf many waste matter build you up .. wero locked up Jn damp, dirty cells MWKjiard, John N. Akors, Breckinridge; Dan : and Homer Cify, N. Y., rwntes, lnl912ovtrTaftbyamj!ttybf fi.076. tilce rasidenoea- - During tho haj).l O'Reilly, Grayson; A. A. your strength. Nothing better wher- no light entered. All nfcb "Lsat spring I Baxter. sufered from rheuma"In tho Seventh New Jersey District Meade--; C. F. nwmthB It i visited by many thous-a- d than Silliman paced about his cell. Once tism with Electric Bitters BAivt Troutman. Bullitt w. terrible psfna J my arms v. ogrcsaman ,wa elected AjiAl 7, W. pecJpIe fTom nil parts pf the Mrs- Jamea Duncan, HaynwvJJIe, Me., he domanddd a mattress. Smith. Hardin, John 8. Edelea; ' and phouhkra. I fort boiue of 19K. to fill vacancy, causeil bv thn UnUed States, osjneclally the Bouth. writes: "Completely cured me Nelson; George Asacrsjt, Larue; 'Don's worry dhout a .hiattrctw," Chamberlain's Unhent.-.ato- a after B.' tius first death of a Domocrat. The Republic- B. Ray, The leading propertl'is of tho C- - F. several doctors gave me up." 60c kuid gneerod the miard- - "You've mt in apUcation reUeved me. By ftiautz, Taylor;' ww uainr one an candJdate was elected, receiving W. N. Hrt; re becoming more extensively adver-4J- d $1.00, .h your I or rest coming to you Foster. Green; J. A. Oiakb, .. , Boon." Drutfst owjie or n l jwas entixy cured-- " 10,460 yotea; the Pragrcsstve fcan epeb year nod many people br- Manor,;, Otto C. Mrtjn, Ohlo;Mx-.-J- U dayjjght w J Bucklen'a Arnica Salve tor Cuts. approaob,lDg Mr'Fr wle'by All djdate receded only 600 voes. Rpo- - I Dera, Duncan, WauhlniKtoa. 7SX.3FIX017SC. XGLxmers' Z'J.tiial Cvuai'borlQ.sa.A 123 tai ev-fo- w I;ivJh' '"" ,,aston owsju: r corre spondent. Tho thnil was nu'wujiapcr man whom Mr- - Slllimun did iiut know. Sjlllnian tried to comniunlca' o w tit these men. But tho guild wouldn't jcirry a note. Then Uio Amor can C'Ji.-3u- l begged for news of his w fe. Ho asked tuat a niousyc be 1 ..a .o iiur. Thia was refund. Toward tho evening a card was slip-peunder Uio oell lljor- - It boro 10 mime of ..ho Ilrit.sh Vicc-- 0 msul. A m,i,uto3 nfteralargw tray of fried esgs were handed in by asohLcr wlfo had ovMent'y betu bribed to do sj. TJicn followed 'a largo can of coffee and a hcup.ug tray of dread. SlUinuui aia wiiat he could but sent moat i,f tjio fosd lo the Americans in tlio oilier ceils. Da.y thereafter d nnd meals were bwuglit in 4u baslb! .,j cacli of the 'Amier.-ci- n iirisoner.j. They came with tho compliments of the Br.tish l. 1 xl well-co-kepal-aaii- iu al realize how much more comfortable and pleasant a pair of Oxfords are in hot weather months than Shoes? That they wear just as and look better? long:, cost no more Do you i With this idea in view, we are showing all leathers in quite a variety of lasts and Our Boys' Oxfords that a a t after a pair ofnnOxfiok. great a than I luj I E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. ot V - te al -- lie-sl- ro law-abidin- iwni-teutiar- y. lo Vico-Consul- to ut ed i' y J an 115,-51- - nd VIce-Coiwu- J, fellow-prisone- rs Vico-Oonb- o- Vice-Cons- ul -- re-no- w - - - ' ter r- -,- -. w - . ..' Just Received DRESS GOODS. Another shipment of special values in thin sheer Wash Fabrics, for warm weather wear. them. Qualities are Jtwillpaj you to the bust and prices are lower than ever. 'Messrs. J. C. Ilor, A. E- - I'ate, .1. Mooro ami JuVIgo II. fl. Carsjn, E. John IJ. Wilson attended Uio Knight r I. Tabic of Contest Re-cou- PMHaMBBMHiHsl SAXON $CJQ5 I " i Of Pythias co'ohraUon nt Owtnsboro Tuesday. PRECINCTS. Wo have in stock tho greatest lUno of 1'alnts, Oils, Varnishes over carried in Ohio county. If in tho B- - Hartford market, sou Hartford Mill Co. be- W. Hartford fore purchasing. 4.tf Decla - . i 152 137 89 LACES. SpKndid lino of shadow Laces, Narrow Val Luces, Allover Laces, in shadow and Nainsook, Swiss Flouneings from 27 to 15 inches wide, Voile Flouneings, dainty Swis-- s Edge and Insertion just the thing you will need for mhbsuininor wear. uigu'. Sulphur Springs ...',123 CO Mrunn 114 Cromwc Tliey always pVnsq their liudl-unc- Cooi Spr.ngj 41 so gjVo (ham til good crowd. N. Rockpont IOC u' Thoy will also Hhow in tho Odd CO S. Rockport Hall ut Denver VL)n Saturday Sejcc 7C Tay'or show at & Son .will l)r- - llcan'iJ guvo u picture opim Jiouso 1 ts Kol-low- Horso Branch .... 70 I' X 78 McHenry The price of $395 Includes Top, Windshield, Lamps and Tools SO UG 123 US Contcr.own SO C8 08 31 Smallhous The Saxon meets the demand for a low priced car that is both 72 08 153 good and good looking. It is a big car for the price.with roomy, E. Fojlln-jllJackson's Photograph Tent will W. Fordsv.llo .. ..1C1 97 streamline body; wheelbae; standard tread; shaft drive; .. ..11C ill 100 be on the ground at the Annual Aoinavl lo C2 17 17 CilH design; 15 horsepower Continental motor of special Saxon Need them? Why of course, you will bo left drive with center control and other standard SO CO 71' 70 Red Men's Pic-ni- c at the High Shrove features- compelled to have them. We are showing i," 77 Gl C 0W ,'8 tne t'me to P'ace yur order to insure prompt do- View, July 11th. He has pictures Olaton i the greatebt values found in our city. They m ni 52 Buford Hvery. H wor- 90 H aro guaranteed to keep you cool. Don't US SI right in quality and price. 83 Bartlptts 70 74 55 55 HofHn ry about the warm weather. Come to us. Wo Dr. h. B. Bean wjahes us tp 39 3C 29 31 Cera'vo will settle that trouble. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. that in return for liberal ' BSsi given him Sio lias reduced tho Point Pleasant .... 29 45 'J4 48 bB 74 j 77 BSHsBBBBBBBBBBsMBBHIflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsHiBBBM Narrows faro on 1i)h wuto I. no boiwe'u HartSI , 70 70 71 , ford tind Uwivor Dam to 20e. When Ralph" CO Gl C2 47 .lust the kind yon want aro found right in Prentis in ncud or good prompt scrvico ca -i"il"li"iii"""i""""BBBSBSBBSBSBslBBBSBSBBBSBSSBJIMB C3 CI 23 Herbert our store all shades and prices. The thin 'jihoiios. Arnold .. ..-- ...... CO 33 C2 3S sheer kind as low as 10c pair. Lisle and a Mr. E- - M. Woodwtifd, acting for Render iy 48 lo 44 y- Silk Lisle as low as 15e. A "top noteher" Mr. Paul Woodward, has reached an 51 Simmons Silk o?e for 60c. Better take advantage of agreuinent Wjtji the ImLldtiig cjnimit-lu- o MoUitfllsL LLiuroli a.s to fflio of these offerings. 2089 2C31 272G 2GC3 Total price of crectiiiK tho churah here, CI 38 .Majority and it is supposed tliat a cantrat wi.l'saQii bu signed . Always Leati to Better Health. To be handsomely attired means to have a Serious sicknesses start In disordMiss Mario Austin entertained a We have them We know the ers! of tho stomach, liver and kldneys- s nice parasol. nuihber of at tho homo W price is right and we know you will say so tothcr C. P. Austin' in iBoaver iDuni The best corrects e and preventive la Thoy TJiureday cvcruiig. Covers were IaW Dr. King's New Life Pills. 4p, when you see them. They come in all the for twelve. Rev. iB. W. Napier and Purify ,tlio Blocll Prevent Constipalate shades. Let us show you, won't you? sisjer Miss Koy Napier City iwero tion, keep Liver, Kidneys nnd Bowels in healthy condiitjon. Give you better among those present. These are only a few things that will add comfort henJAh by ridding tho system of ferIjarkln Griffin is agent for tho fa- menting anil gassy foods. Efecthe you this hot weather. Remember us when you mous Spalding Steam LaudJry and soreal comfort, and remember that Paysto and mild. 25c., at your DrugSst. jtlwant licits your patronage. Thjs company Bucklcn's Arnica Salve for All - Trade Witha House That Saves You Money. Is well known )n Hartford and speaks Hurts. . for itself. Please Jeavo your laundry w-- ia at resLdence opposlto CoUogo- Will Master Commissioner's Sale. call on Mot Hay mornings. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky., Mr. A. D- - Taylor & Son Will pre- Eddie Dibble, Plaintiff, sent "Beasts oX fcho Jungles" and vs. "The Interrupted Caill Party" bn tlho Ex parte, Defendant. screen at Dr. Beau's ojera house toBy virtue of a judgment and order night. Four .big reels in all. Admis- of sale of tine Ohio Circuit Court, sion 15c. Conio out. Bcavor piain renderdl at the April term, 1914, In Saturday night at Odd Fellows' Hall. the above cause for the purpose of ' Mrs. Jonnlq T-- MoHenry, in care dividing the proceeds resulting thereof her son, Mr. John J. McHenry, from and costs herein, I will offer U. S. Carson ia agent for the fa and a nurse., returned home Sunday for , by PubUc , uction at ale mous American Wire Fencing. from an extended visit bo Louisville. the Court House door in Hartford, WHEN YOU GO FOR AN OUTING YOU WONT Miss Nancy Ford is spending bov-- 1 While in the city Mrs. McHenry got on 'Monday, the 6th day of July,1914, JUNE 19. FRIDAY, eral days with her grand-fathBE "IN IT" UNLESS YOU ARE DRESSED IN STYLE. at a serious fall but Is now much Im - tjoontone o'clock p. tn. upon a credit proved. Mr- - McHenry returned Bun- of six and twelve months, tho folbis farm near Dundee. lowing described property, WE CANNOT DRESS YOU ANY OTHER WAY: day. H. H. k E. lailroad Time Table , Dr. J. A- - Duff ,was in town ThursA contain Jot or parcel of lar.fi being Mrs. F. It. Felix ,who has been day. He has spJU out at Githam and WE KEEP RIGHT UP TO THE LAST TICK OF THE at Hartford, Ky. spending Beveral weeks in the past, and lying in the town of Rockport, contemplates locating here. N. time card effccUvo Monday L. will return homo Safurday, accom- Ohio county, Kentucky, and InicfVn CLOCK IN STYLES. Miss Maurlno Martin will leave to- panied by her son and daugli!te.r; Mr. ajs lot No- - 39, as shown on fawn Aug. 2lBt. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. day for several day's ivislt with Miss Douglas FcIJx and 'Miss Alary Eliza plot and bounklcd as fallows:"" BeginWE MAKE THE "INSIDE" PRICE WHEN WE Goran Flenor, near Cromwell. , beth Felix- - Miss Felix recently grad- - ning at a stone on High street, S. daily except Sunday. tot; FIRST MARK OUR GLOTHES. THAT'S WHY WE No. 114 North Dound due 2:20 p. m. The HartfoiU and Habit tqams iwltl uaUid from National Park Seminary, W. corner, of John Culbertson's daily except Sunday. play u East End Baturday. Don't Forest Glenn. Md.. while Mr. Follx thence South with High street, 60 DO THE BUSINESS AND WHY OUR CUSTOMERS No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. fail to see fyhu game. has lxT attending Yale University, feet to a stake; thence West parallel 1C0 foot to a stoke except Sunday. dally with Church street Now Haven. ARE REPEATERS. Mrs. A. V- - Goodln and children, With No. 113 South Bound duo 1:16 p. m. air. .William Bryant, Carlo, IJlJnois, on Pin0 street; thence North Boutfi-wtof Charleston, Mo., ore Uio guests of CO feet to a stake, Sunday. dally except formerly a resident pf Rosjue, this Pino street COME IN: YOU WILL GO OUT WELL DRESSED Mr. ou)l Mrs. S. K. Cox. corner of sa!d Culbertson's lot H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. county is homo on a visit. His son 7; theiioo East with Culbertson's . Mrs. W. J. Ingle and slstw, MlF3 E- AND HAUE MONEY LEFT.' G. Bryant until roaontly a member No. Victoria Fair, of Cliattauooga. Tonu., of tho 25 Co. Coast Artillery, Station lino to tho beginning oh High street, at. Ohio Co. Drug Co. Wall Paper aro visiting ro'ativts hare- twos or suff.ic.ent thereof to produce the ed a Elizabeth City, Maine, SAI,VET7"tnogreat stock remedy. Mrs- - Iaura Stovens raturnod (Monwith Juii uud paid our otfioo a tall sums of money ordered to bo made. 3Ctt See U. S. Carson, Hartford. Tflio purcliaser .will bo required to day from a visit to her son, Rev. whiU in town Tuesday. Mr. Bryant For Service, cleanliness and satis- Cecil Stuvejis, of I.oulavlljo. was for sovoral years stationed u tho execute boi.U with approved security immediately after sale- faction, visit City Restaurant. About ten- - couples enJojcW a hay Plillllplno islands. Tins ICth day of Juno, 1914,. ( Fence best on rido Monay night- - Tho irty wont Wire American Circuit Court adjourned last Friday ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD, to Heaver Dan and roturn. earth. For sale by U. J3. Carson. alitor a short susulon and litUe bus! Master Commissioner. - most important enso d,8' gilt Mrs. J. W. jo.icd, ui .uurnay, will ticxji. TinI have car load 3, 4 and 6 Inch C. E. Smith, Attornoy- INCORPORATED, was tho two election conltost J- - A DUKE. arrive tho, last of tho woeJt U VJalt losed of for sale. Se0 mo. Ohio. City ot cases. They wqro ills;nissed on mo- State ofLucas County. Toledo, f " utr mother, Mrs. Laura Stovens. Shrciff Sam Kicown and son, Frank J. Cheney makes Misses Nora Wedding auU Katio tion of tho contestants otter tho re senior partner of the firm oath that he Si returned Jipuw from of havo to & Co., doing: business In the F. J. Cheney count of, the ballots, datfh jwrty City of To Pendleton Itft Mondwy for BowllngJ County and State aforesaid, and Frankfort. costs- - Tho Republican oc- ledo, said pay hja own pay the sum of ONE Groeu, whero thoy wljl enter acliool. firm will that of cupants of tho two offices, County At- HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev.Mrs. Fred Cooper was tho guest ery case of Catarrh that cannot Rev. B- "w, NapTer, John T. aiooro and Tuesday Count clerk, were by the use Of HALL'S CATARRHbe cured torney and County relatives at Cromwell CURB. and C. M Barnott attonUod tjho Moth-odlFRANK J. CHENET. never Jn any danger of losing and had Wednesday. Sworn to before ma and subscribed Jn Austin's lino; thence running 0. 15 'execute ibond wjth approved security at, Rochestor this Oonforenco proven Illegal votes 'been thrown my presence, this 6th day of December, Fight the flies and mosquitoes by week. , 5 poles to a atone, Mallnda Aus Immediately after salto. they would havo gained front twenty (Seal) Cloth at A. W. OLEASON, This 16th day of June, 1914. getting your Screen Wire Notary Public. Mr, M. HudsoniBoavor Dam, t,o pxlrty wore taajorlty. ' tin' corner Jn S. I. Auatlnls line; Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally . ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD. L. King's. i uow Saxon car Tueswas ovor in his directly unon the blood and mu. 5 poles to a; utone; 96 While (down at MrTFord's farm last and acta cous surface Master Commissioner, of the system. Send for thence W. day, iHla oar was inspected iby many Mrs- Cyrus Taylor and daughter, testimonials, free. week for an outing ft shot fcun.-ui- s HEAVRIN & KIRK. Attorneys. thence N. 15 5 poles to a stone In F. J. CHENET aro ylaUiing relatives while b.ere- CO.. Toledo, O. Miss Marguerot, t accidentally dlacharged Inside the Sold by all Drunists. Tic. with his CrpmjweJl. Takt Hall's Tamil? Fills for constlpatloa, Joe Reddish lino; thence Hartford Camp .No. 202 Woodmen bungalow and struck Miss Mariom Coughs arid Colas Wsaken to Jio beginning, polos line E. 96 of Unlontown, of the World .will give a picnic at Holbrook, ,who was seated on (3ie MIm Lotus Miles, tas System. containing 9 2 acres, more or leas. Ind., Is the guest of her Blater, Mrs. the Fair Grounds, iHarUord, Ky-- , July outaUe of the house. The walte of FOR FLETCHER'S tho above Continued Coughs, colds and Bron Second tract adjoining 4th, 1914. Jno. .W.' Taylor. tho tnpubUs) are depressing anld tho building, however, salved g chial tract and bounded as follows: Bcfelu-uiik- weaken ,4ia. HJ,etn. Mr. Romoy WedUlng of Jjoulsville, We will sell you a soda fountain young lady as tho sliot wero well Lose of weight of the at a Btone In the lano is making bis paints, Judge and Mrs and some show cases cheap If you spent when they reached her, only a Matter Commissioner's Sale. Harris place: thonce. N. 32 W 102 land apottte ew&yjlty follow- - Got a Wedding a .visit. come quick. few taking effect In her side. rFhe GOc. bottle of Or, Kong's New Discov Ohio Circuit Court. Kentucky. poles to black oak; thface N. 77 iW. Ohio County Drug Co. injury was sligUt and. she te. now, ery can supply your wants In the We H wil atop your cough. ViillvHocker, Plaintiff, 23 poles to blok oak; thence S. w Mr. G. M- - Rowe, Houston, Tex., an with ttv? exception of the shock, no Furniture line at rock bottom cash 80 poles Tho first dose belt. The beat modi-civs. iicles to white ouk: thence K. ACTON BROS. for Sfcbom CougbsC olds and old reaidcut, pf Ohio county, iwho is worse off for the experience. (Mr. A. T- - Collins. Defendant. price. to the beginning, containing 25 acres, McHenry Holbrook, who was seated callMr. JiBfso Felix, who attended sctool visiting relatives at Cemtertown, By virtue of a Judgment and order more or less. .fioTh tracts being the all Throat assl Uug Troubles- - Mr. near his sister, was viewed on the O. H. Brown, Muscatine, Ala., writes: at "Bowling Groa tW(yaar, was n ed Ao seo us Tuesday. ot the 'Ohio Circuit Court; rendered same land conveyed to V. li. How "My .wlta was w and daughter neck by one of the stray shot. . Mrs. Z, Wayne Griff town &t weekat the Jiune Term 1914, in tho above ard as shown by deed deited Feb. 7. summer moats nek during the hot and I honestly beweek $150.00, with 1908 by Sarah i. Austin ana ner bus-hnila keeping house Bqqtrloe. aro in Owenaboro Miss Marje Austin Only Ona Entirely Satisfac- cause or the sum of Alh-r- t N. Austin, as Hhown lieve. Or. King's New Discovery sav-- M lnteroat'a the rate of 6 per ceat per sister, Mr. Z. Wayne Griiim where. Mrs. Griffin is under the care tory. for few her life--" Qaod for caWdren. 60c. of Dr. J. C- - Hoover. la har irfbasnc. "I have trjsld valrioua ootic and annum' from the 1st day of Feb., 1911, by deed of roconi Ja Deed Book 40T and 11.00, at your Draft. . City Marshall J. prStevena has diarrhoea raraeafeB, but the only one until 'paid, and coats herein, I IwfU page 94, Ohio County Clerk's office. Mias Daisy WeddJuir, who baa been and A la school ait Da Pau'w University, handed Inihls reslgnaUou to tako that baa glvea ne entire aaUafadoa offer lor sale by Public Auction at Which deed was duly signed iMslMiiOpHrtiilty, Hartford,' on ackaawletisjed and Is now of record Grew Castle, Jad., U t ham for effect the first of July. No .succes. atad cured ae w4n I was afllctad the Count House loor- in Wantedpartner with 1600 in exsor has yet 'boen named. ChaaberJaJn's OcJJc, cholera 'and Monday, the 6t)i dap- of July, 1914, in Ohio County Clrk' office, Deed is the vacation. county risjat proposition. II o'clock p. in, upon a credit Book 39, page 278, prsufident there- cellent Root UriJ.B. Tapoan and family have .WANTEDlnsengr'eHuwMay apple Diarrhoea ReBi41y. I reoamead K to about months the following described of to produce the autois of money or- Splendid possibilities. Full Investi8-of six Writs amount- ot my Mr. and a limited L returned at all tease." from the bedside of gation. AeWress W. S. 308 v dered tp be aude. GaJJowaav Swart, T8. C. For' sale property, icHwR: VTappaa's) father af Central CMy. Mr. Root. Will pay.caab. ' Bldg., LquUvJJle, Ky. ' ' ' ' "" '' ' Aeaajnf at a stone In Sarah I. The purchaser will be required to by Ml DaaJn. MORE, Hartford. Tapan is rapoqtOd sbWr. .' 44tf Jutlgo mil Mm. R. R. Wcddliig.Miss Dasy Wedding, Mif3 Elranor Potty and Mr-- Uoiiiiney Wcd&iig left yesterday for Sulphur Springs, where tlmy wit' spciU ten or fifteon Unje' recreation. Rwjne E- - .'.IC'i Dam Beaver Uani W. Bcaer ..115 ..102 I H FANS. 96-inc- h I M. D. HUDSON H I H H B H H H H AUTOMOBILE CO. I S HOSIERY. 4x m. !. f PARASOLS. ..... rk-rtd- hr 1 OUTING -- It jtte&(sb er I ' CLOTHES AT 'INSIDE? PRICES y Hartford Republican. to-w- lt: at CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. Gil-mo- ro - at to 4-- a ', - 4-- OhildrexT Cry 1- -5 CASTORI A to-da- y. ne - frlds Inter-Souta-e- ra .,.,, - K-.- " r iicniin'iiiiin'awiMiniiiWj' in ii'imi"SuflW &mWtnmnitHf'i?C.l - Measuring How Fast and Far They Go Whirling Through Space. Away out lu space millions of miles Photographing the Invisible sounds distant Is a star. To the eye It reShe Made Up Her Mind to Get like n misnomer, but correct to say In- mains, year In, year out, a fixed point visible by tlie unaided eye. Tills com-ple- af light. Even through the telescope That News, and She Got It. and valuable science Is revealing it does not appear lo move, so slight Is wonders in the excessively minute, Us orbit compared with the enormous and myriad objects, animate and Inan- distance that separates It from us. A FINE FIX FOR A PRESIDENT., imate, are brought to view whose exYet It Is whirling through space as istence has all'along been unknown. we are nlxuit some sun which It obeys, illuminating the ol ns we do ours How tlo the astronTwo methods of Anne Royall, the Mother of Newspaper Jects nre In use strong light N passQuiney ed through very thin layers of the sub omers learn this? Through the Interview, Tricked John Adams and Badgered Him Into Giv stance or rellected from the outside Every one Is familiar with the fact ing Up the Information She Wanted. surface of thick masses and also from Mt wlien a whistling locomotive Is up. tliu external portions of e.ceedlnglj ploaehlug the pitch of the whistle lu clearing life ground for some small opaque bodies. rises n ml,as the engine, recedes It falls In I'otouint' purl! In WashThese solid particles can bo placed Tills Is because the sound waves are ington tlio cniitnu'lur some time n go on glass slides or lloated In transparciowded together by the ourushlng en cenremoved a stone that for nearly ent Ihpilds! as a drop of water be- glue and shortened as It approaches tury wits ii ipiiilnt landmark In the na- tween two very tlilu glasses. Pinch and arc drawn out longer ns It goosMhu tional capital. It Is called the "Anne the glasses close together: there Is no other way. and lay on the bauk danger of killing the smaller kinds of Ituynll The same thing happens to the light of the river Just opposite the White animals, such as bacteria and microbes. of an ourushlng Mar The eye cannot They have plenty of room In a III in of detect It. hut the spectroscope does. IloiiM-- . about twenty feet hack rroin us to be beyond Imagiwnler Tlie astronomer allows the light of the wntcrV edge, nl the top of a grass nation.'' s.0 tlilu the star to come through a silt and be covered bnull. The magnifying lenses for expan""'liywns on this stone that Anne ttoy-n- sion of images of these minute objects broken up by the Instrument, tie selects a single line of the spectrum of Inter-Tletsat when she had her famous require the most consummate skill In the star, i'lionsosii guide line beside it with President .John Quiney manufacture, the mlcrocaniera like- nnd watches It. at least, so runs the .story that wise, niul the two combined are" If the star is approaching Hie light has been handed down for three iwli'S. Tlie UllJiheil waves will bo shortened and the light by the Inhabitants of Washproducts, therpcrfccled pictures, are will become slightly nearer the violet. ington. highly educational. Many different If it Is receding the waves will he story. It of greatly hnproml glass arc v .Mid, nccordliiB to tliatlady for would kinds made fit Tlena. GeVmaiiy. and longer and the light will approach the whom now Appear that the wood red, the stone was named was not only a these, liuve almost revolutionized miIted Is low pitch In light and blue Is. person of energy, hut was endowed croscopy. And (he wonders accomhigh pitch. As the star swings about with considerable fitlm determination plished by using the most sensitive the curve at this end of Its orbit the ns well. She evidently had a Rood plates ever made, and these with many light gradually returns to normal, befitrmiK will of her own and an active different kinds of waves of light, are cause the star, while moving Just as mind ot her own, and when these two almost beyond comprehension. fast. Is not approaching us as much started to work lu concert In deadly The "Arabian Nights" people are As the star turns back the line goes the earnest results were bound to follow. eclipsed. Thus put a drop of stagnant other side of the normal. Whether the good lady's sense of hu- water on glass, lay a thin plate upon By continued observation the astron mor was cramped or extensive the It, press down, and the layer of water otner finds how fast and how far the reader must determine for himself. will be thin Indeed. Put It under the star goes each way and how often It Anne Itoyall was In a sort the mother microscope, turn bright light through does so. In the case of some stars he of modern Journalism. She was the the layer, pass this light Into the very discovers that what appears to be one originator of the "Interview." She first, small camera and let It fall on a pre- star is really two. which Is shown by in the little sheet that she published pared moving film: then the amazing the fact that a line will divide Into In Washington in the second' and third effect of animals in motion Is to be two and one part move up and the oth decades of the last century, departed fixed on a film that is itself in motion. er down, the spectrum at the same from the dry forms that had always This film, it long strip. Is then placed time. Such stars nre known ns speccharacterized newspapers. on rollers and unwound, so that it will troscopic doubles. New York Sun. She did not confine herself to a mere pass powerful projecting lenses in a nummary of current happenings, even moving picture outfit. SIBERIA'S RINGED BREAD. spiced with careful essays on abstract This Is, indeed, photographing the subjects, after the manner of Steele unknown. Since man appeared on or Addison. She struck firmly the "per- earth no such uld to refined research Makes Good Soup After Being Used In a Game of Quoits. sonal note." She wrote aud printed into nature's labyrinths has been disNo homemade bread in the world can things about public men as tbey were covered. Then a large audience can Jn their dally lives an innovation the see Oil that there is in n minute drop vie either iu lndlgestlbtllty or usefulness with the small ringed bread of Sistartling effect of which .wo cannot rem U screen iroui ten iu si.v- alize today. Her paper was called the Totally tnvtsi- - beria, probably the most extraordinary dlameter. Washington Paul Pry and afterward :ure$ become monsters and bread In the whole world. When the Russian engineering parthe Huntress. moveTyith great rapidity before the During the administration of John eyes of the people, 'inousanus or new ties were constructing the Siberian Quiney Adams congress passed a cer- species of minute living organisms are railroad this white ringed bread was tain bill, the slgulng'or veto of which rescued from realms of the unknown. their chief food. As Its name implies. It Is made in the shape of a ring. It by the president was a matter of inEdgar Luclen Larkln In New York Is cooked without salt or yeast and tense public interest. In those days American. Is first steamed and then lightly baked the Interview of the president by a to expel the moisture. It Is eaten and newspaper man was unheard of, and Bamboos as Water Pitchers. used In a wonderful variety of ways. DO one had the temerity to ask Mr. In the Hawaiian Islands the natives During tlie Intensely cold winter Adams what be would do in the matter. carry their supply of water about with months it is soaked In hot tallow 'for But there was ouo exception among them long bamboo tubes, the Joints a few moments and then eaten with In (be timorous Journalists of that day. 'of which have been knocked out. Girls Jt was Anue Itoyall. She dared to ap- may be seen making their way to near- soup or dipped In tea and swallowed ply at the White House for a confer- by springs with the family "water This tallow bread is considered to be ence with the president, the avowed Jug." They patiently fill the long hol- one of the most heat producing foods In existence. object of which was to learn from tilm low in the bamboo with water, blockA curious use to which Jt is put is n bis intentions concerning the hill. ing up end with a wooden plug. Poor Anne, however, was kept at a This Is the carried to the hut and a lamp or stove. Half n dozen or eight then discouraging dlstauce. Day after du. lnsts the family for several days, keep- holes are bored In the "tallow ring 6be waylaid the president, only to be ing cool and sweet in this novel re- bread,'' and wax vestas are placed In oiled by his attendants. Kin ln- din ceptacle. The larger bamboo trunks tbem and lighted. This bread stove not grow discouraged. She learned are used in the same way as receptacles will burn slowly for about an hour, giving out sufficient heat to boll the that every morning. Immediately aftei storing various household commod- necessary water for tea or coffee for rising, the president walked to tin for ities. World Wide Magazlue. half a dozen people. bank of the Potomac, some half u mill During the day. when time hangs in the rear of the White House, anil Changed With Time. heavily, the Siberian peasants play there, after taking oh" hl clothes, The word "affectionate" Is an In- quoits with their ringed bread, rhe plunged into the stream for a swim. stance of how meanings change, for same breads appearing in the soup at One morning when the president, originally after swimming far out into tliestream an affectionate person was the word the evening meal. Pearson's Weekly turned to make his way back toward the reverse of agreeable, meaning .lohu Tooke's Taste In Tombs. the shore he was astonished to see. Knox In passionate or willful. governl."34 writes of "the Nelson provided his own collln. but sitting upon his clothing, which Ho had being there have been men who carefully left upon a stone on the hank, a spec- ment of an affectionate woman" rage without reason," aud a century prepared their own tombs. Home tacled female with ti look or great de- "a termination. It was Anne Itoyall. and later another writer deplores the evils Tooke was one. A large block of black now, as Irish marble, specially procured for the beside her were a pun and bottle ot of affectionate soldiers. And Ink, aud In her hand was a sheet ol any nursemaid knows, affectionate purpose, was Its most striking feature, soldiers have no evils. London Stand and It was to be placed In his garden papqr. at Wimbledon, where he desired ti( "Woman, depart:" sputtered the ard. be burled. But all his preparations president as he swam up into the shalSilenced. were vain, for after his death It was lows where he could touch the bottom "Do you know. Clara, we ouglrt not decided that the presence of a tomb "You know who I am, Mr. Presi- to subscribe to the opera any more. would "deteriorate the value of his esdent." said the woman, "and you know We bind ourselves, mid afterward we tate." and be was burled In Ealing what 1 want. I'm going to sit here have to hear the same things over and churchyard. I.oudon Chronicle. until you tell me what yon Intend do over again." "As if that were any reason! I have Gardening Tips. log with that Cherokee Indian hill" "Astronomical gardeniug" comes In away, woman!" shouted the also bound myself and have to hear "Uo the same things over and ovcr'nguln for strong censure from House and prefcident. "This Is bcandalous!" Garden. Floral suns and moons. It "It's scandalous," Anne Is reported from you." Meggendorfer lilutter. says, nre ont of place on lawns, and so to have said, "that the people ot a free Is the outgrown rowboat doing servThe Hottest Mines. reentry have to resort to such extreme It Is said that thojiottest mlpcs lu ice before the house as a container of measures to tlnd out what their serv ants are going to do. You give me the the world tiro those of the famous scarlet geraniums. Shun the Isolated information that am entitled to; then Comstock lode. On the lower levels bed as though It were plague infested. J'll give you your clothes. Otherwise the heat is so great that the meu can- it urges, and use the opportunities ofnot work over teu or fifteen minutes at fered by the graceful possibilities of J 'II stay here and you'll stay there!" borders and edgings. There was only one outcome to such a time. Every known means of mitistruggle. The shivering president gating the heat has been tried in, vain. The Glutton In the Case. told Anne what be expected to do and Ice melts before it reaches the bottom Benevolent Old Lady (to little boy In trby he would do It. Then, and uot of the shafts. street! Why. why. little Iwy. did you until then, did Aune, armed with copiever get such a black eye? Small Boy The Postage 8tsmp Portraits. ous notes, rise from the stone that she Me an' Sammy Jones was flghttn' iiad made famous aud hasten to her Thackeray's noted "postage stump" picture of the English royal family for n apple In school, un' be smashed Jlttle priutluK olllce. where she lust no time in getting tbut Urst and most was uiudo by cutting the heads from me. Benevolent Old Lady Dear, dear! presidential Interview into postage stamps aud mounting them on And which gluttou got the apple? .famous (Kraall Boy Teacher, ma'am. Harper's pen sketch bodies drawn by the uutbor print--Youth- 's Companion. " Weekly. with his characteristic humor. Ready For the Inspectors. Ever Ready. Not Original Sin. 'Annoyed by a notice that the local "There is one vital difference beAdnm heard them blame the cost of anlUiry committee were going (o Intween ball players and politicians." spect bis row bouse, a Dorset farmer tiring on the middleman. "Only oner spread linoleum over the floor of the "The only thing they don't blame on is mora noticeable "Well, one building, displuyed hearth rugs In con- xie Unit man," he thankfully observed, than any of that others.. You never the Now York Sun. positions, hung the walls with venient bear of n political holdout" Chicago pictures and a .mirror aud Installed a Record-Herald- . When the committee Wist Mabel, Sirmonlum. Invited tbem to wipe Mother Mabel, why do vou take two As Usual, their feet on the doormat before enter-In- f. pieces of cake? Mabel;? Cause, ' ma, changed' Wigwag Is Muggins-Ho- w London Mail. you told me not to ask twice for It-P- uck. sines be rot all his money! Bugglus ' . i Yes. It baa altered blm so' that-lotof Heavea has' a few suburbs right here kls old trlends'fall to recognize blm. No day is long enough to waste itnjr pv earth if we care to make tbem so. American. yjcrido Times-Dnjoof it nursing a grouch. Chicago News, How Creatures Invisible to the Eye Are Shown at Monsters. spec-lioscop11 il v Ad-Mi- ls Ken-rjUl1 s WILY WOMAN WON MARVELS OF PHOTOGRAPHY. COURSE OF THE STARS. Directory Cointy Ohio P31y2B&r,!ftJl!L pOWHtANl 1 llpSMGTONp nOTELbrAMERicAN IDEALS 1 I countrymen. In a city where good hotels bound, ""the Powhatan heads the flit. It Ii first In the hearts of its The Towhalan is refined, e"x' elusive, and restful. Ill excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 13th ami It Streets makes it a desirable headquarters, for bridal couples, tourist iartiejconventlon?, Schools and 1 colleges "Tha Powhatan attracts the topic of culture and education, ? ts proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to man? points, of historical Interest, makes this hotel especially atto a discriminating pub-1'Stractive Powhatan offers rooms Th with detached bath at S1.S0. and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50, $3.00 and up. 'Write for booklet with map, CLIFFOHD M. LEWIS. Manager. SJ.CjO Circuit Court T. F. Dlrklictwl, Judge: Ucn D, Hlugo, Attorney; V. i IN Mldklff, Jailor; K. U. DarrnsB, Attorney Law .Clerk; E. K. Dlrklicml, Master K. T. Collins, Trustee HARTFORD, KY. 'Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Hartford. Di'imtW-- S. A. Hmtclicr; Will practice Ids profusion In tale office deputies .Mrs. S. O. Keown ni4d and adjoining counties. Cotnni.?cIa Ullmoro Keown. Court convenes first 'Monday In February mid continues and Crliiiln.il Practice a Specialty. thrcu weeks; third .Monday lu April, two woel.s; third Monday In October, two weeks, j County Court John 1J. Wilson, Judge; V. C. Ulonkcnshlp, Clerk; Law C. Ii. Smith, Attorney, Hartford, Court convsiics first Monday In each HARTFORD, KY. month. .MVfssrs. W. II. Banna and C. B. 'first Monday In every hionth. Snill.li announce tint Uu-- have fonn-- a Court of Calms Convenes first partiKTalilji for tlie i moral pracIn January and llrst Tues-'da- y j Tuesday tice ot law, except ciThnliial u.iil dlvor lu October. Other County Officers C. 8. cisi, Mr. Smith boLtig Coiinry AttorFoiVlsvillc, Ky., It. ney Is niMwutod frum practicing such, Survejor, F. D. Xo. 2; Tom nines, Assessor, ccasni. Mr. will Individually Olatou, Ky,; 0ma Bhults, SuperinIn Offli.u acciMtt such practlc-v- . tendent, Itiirtford; Ur. A. II. llllcy, Coroner, Hartford; T. 11. Uenton, Hartford Republluui building, HartKoitd huglticer, Hartford. ford, K Otto C. Martin. at Barnes & Attorneys at Smith I I Mo-,lo- y, .,HlllHtliili". HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned I Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. ,..... day or Monday lu August, Friday after 2d Monday In November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Veterinary Surgeon O. C. Martin. Judgo; McDowell A. Foglc, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Ky. Hartford Pressing Chit), Marshal; Court convenes seconkl Monday In each month. City Council-- J. GUNTHER BLDG.,CENTER ST. C. llor, Maor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Beau, TreasHARTFORD, KY. urer. Members of Council J. C. Ilti-net- t, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. H. Gillespie. School Trustees J. D. Duke, ChairThe National Weekly man; R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services Until this year morning and evening even first and CoUUr'i has bctu sssssLHsWI third Sunday in each month. Suntold at $5.50. Now day school 'JM5 a.-- hi. Prayer meetthe price is $2.50 ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. andnchaxcsccurcd B. W. N'anier. tiastor. a concession whereby we cin offer it Baptist Church Services morning at a still further ani evening every second and lourth reduction in conSunday In each month. Sunday school nection with this 0:43 a. in. Prayer meeting every Wed publication. nesday cvemlng. Rev. A. S. Pottle, , Feel right all the time. Don't lay of! pastor. Special Offer to Our Readcrr Christian Church Services every from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x keeps you third and fourth Sunday at 11 u. in. Kcrocninns the irrrai demand for Collar's at on your feet, while relievingyour troub- ad 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. the new price, ueliaemade arrangements lo , tier it and our nun publication each one ) ear le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Elder Gwlnn, pastor. (or the price ot CoAVr'aaUne. This in alinntctl t'ako anything else. 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Nono 250 Sltort Articles genuine without the likeness and signa- .Miss Elizabeth .Miller, Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 11U Knight ISO Stmt Stories ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by 100 niuitraled Features of Pythias meets every Tucsdayxoven-Ing- . - Hartford. Ky. 2 Complete. NoteUr J. H. WILLIAMS, Jno. W. Taylor. C. C; W. It. Hedrlck, K. of It. & S. Collier's $2.50 j Hartford Tont N'o. M T fi T i J Hartford Republican meots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, RccoiU Keeper. Acme Lodgo So. 339 1, O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Harnett. Noble Grand: W. It. Il,,irli.-Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 V. O. W. Succeed wlien everything; else falls. meats every second and fourth SatIn nervous prostration and female urday nights in each month. Tom weaknesses! tbey are the supreme Williams. Council Cnmniamlnr- - v r s remedy, as thousands have, testified. Wallace. Clerk. IfeCALt. . UTITBHC . -1 TIi FOR KIDNEY-LIVE- R Sunshlno Hlvo No. 42. T. n v ur AND moots every first and third Friday L rtiUkiliiy nearly 40 Inyears. Sold "4 town iT-dl- r the United Sut.i in k is the best medicine ever wits night In each month. Mrs. Attya or by mail direct. More ih!" any other make. Send for tree tataloiui! ever a druggist's counter. uruiin, umy commander; 'Mrs. H. McCALIS MAGAZINE E. Mtschke, Lady Record Keeper. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. maf;,,;Y-mil- 0'n s,sib?rir.'Sbfiia: M meets ovcry thliil Saturday night est styles, patterns, UIIbTItl plain sewinir.laniy needlework, KalrdresslV? In each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, eood stories, ete. oily'M Priest; W. S. TInsley, Secretary. .year (wortR double), including free St., ouoscrroe loday, or send (or sample copy. AMERICAN SOCIETV OF EQUITY. The most economical, cleansing and 11 Stato Officers Prpnlilunt ir. 'oAK0. J'ostal brines premium Catalonia Connell, Princeton, Ky,; Vice PrqsU II and new cash germicidal of ail antiseptics Is prlae offers. Address flpnt. J. If fllirnnv Mtitilrfcilioi-fnn it au. . . tMvua. s.w, Mt s NS W. HI It, MR TS. Secretary & Treaa.f S. Bv Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. 11. Bal- main, uaruora, ivy. f Atri liana Ctora lvniiHtFA nnnl J. W". A solubla Aa&aptic Powder to Ben Watson, Webster county; Plrtfe, n CURE Dunn, Daviess county; Hdnry fe ditWvofs1 ia water as needed. Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin counAs a medicinal antiseptic for douches ty; C. G. Davenportt, .Warren county. WIT-r- l Ohio County Officers S. L. Stev u wvouu tauuiat, luiiuiuinuuuii or Henry Plrtle, Seculceration of nose, throat, and that ens, President; caused by feminise Ills it has, do equal. retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. For ten years the Lydl. E. Pipkbam" COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Medicine Cabas recommended Faxtino Ky. -la their private earrespondence with 1. O. L. Terry;. Hartford. Ky. women, which proves Its superiority. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. m iaws si i . TuTJT-fWomen who have see cured say TtMaaian assiT 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. innu.1 Nnp It is "worth IU weight la sold." At 4. H. O. Autry, Balzctown, Ky. JlS A VPN n druggists. EOc lance box. or W isaaal. 5. E. Q. AustlB, Prentiss. 0KOWCY ;jfl 1'tuton ToUt Cfe, 6. J. L. Brown, Reckport, Ky. special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Ladies work given JUSTICES' COLRTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d Monday in March, Tuesday after oil .Monday In June, Tuesday lift er 3d Monday In September, Tuesday lifter 3d Monday In December. L. A. McDunlcl, Itoukport, Friday after 3d Monday In March, Friday after 3d Monjday lu June, Friday nrter 3d .Monday In September, Friday after 3d Monday In December. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday S. after 3d .Monday in March,, Wednesday after 3d Monday in June, Wulnesday after 3d Moi(day in Sep tember, Wednesday after 3d Monday In December. R. C. TIcliLmor, Ccntertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In each month. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, Tuesday after 2d Moiiduy In May, Tuesday after 3d Monday In August, Tucs-kla- y after 2d Monday In November. WedW. S. Dcnu, Dundee, nesday after the second Monday ,ln March, Wednesday after 1 Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday in August, Wednesday after 2d Monday In November. Ucn F. Rice, Fondsvllle, Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, Thursday after 2d Monday In May. Thurs day after 2d Monday In August, Thursday alter 2d "Monday In November. Ben WTnylor, Ralph, Friday after 2d Monday in Murcb, Friday after 2d Monday In May, ARTHUR ASSOCIATED Attorney at Law WITH D. KIRK -- r. - HARTFORD, KY. M. L. HEAVRI.N. This offlco Is equipped fur handling Commercial 1mv aud Collection Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice In all the courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. - Ilcavrln's Office. T. WADE STRATTON. ' Attornoy at )'CROMWELL, Law - KY. Will practice hla profeRbion In tills-and djolnlng counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice a. Prompt aud vigorous Specialty. service. I AM PREPARED To tlo any kind of Veterina- Friday after 3d ry work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. night. W. H. RILEY Hartford, Collier's First Time USE LI V-VER-- Collins in Clubs For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. N v Am-n- i, pZ5U Electric Bitters i r-- j 4 -- -- I SPECIAL TO WOMEN 1 a s . KILL.Tr thi LUNCt COUGH J Dr.KiM's Niw Dkocwy G8HW.j8iV . ..'T?." , 1- - '-- .! JOHN PAUL JONES. SHIPS JUST LIKE A VILLAGE. . Children Cry for Fletcher's llf'KI ".TtMt-us-eood" J 11 Whom England Ftared. In M. MuoDiTiimt ('riiwfofilV "The Sailor Whom KiikIiuiiI I't'iiri'tl" Is tuid the life story of .lohnj'uiil .lonca. Horn h Scot, thin ltitrvild fret lunee of ttio ten, whoxe :irf titnue ruinuliiH u ui'm-tur- y and who foiiiidi-c- l (In- - Unlicd Sliitex nitvy. will ever live In tniviil tilntury un the victor In the vnloroiiH mivul duel between the Suinil(s uml lllcinird lion-hoait- sckYetttnd Gallant Wss tht Sailor Strange Llttlt Worlds Art tht 8outh In 1771). in uso ior over 30 3 can. lias homo tho sljrnntttro oC m ,lMd ims bccn nmdo under Ills TV sonnl supervision since its lnfnucy. ,,0.0I, in AnrounHwfflu .llow niul to deceive younrothis. but "I wish to Imve tin connection with any l)!p ttmt does not mill fast, for I llltiMid tn lrn III hiirin'a tvnr." wrntn .". V joiium i'iiiir:icii'riHiicuii,v wnen lU'Kutmi. Uiif with the French iidmlriilty for u "...". .......'" "Yon know. I " fihlp. In believe, Cnrtnrla Is a. harmless Milwtltnto for Castor Oil, Pnre-Ri- ir o, Drops niul Sootlilnu; Syrups. It coiitiiliiH neither Opium, Morphine- nor Is other N rcotlr? MilMtniiPc. Its Is Us guarantee. It destroys Won"? ,.... i ,r mid allays Fcvcrlslinpss. v.t - What is CASTORIA "Wind Dlarr hiua. It Colle, nil Teething' rcBiilaliw the Stomach and BowX GENUINE -- CASTORIA IBears the Signature of ALWAYS t (&&yf'&cZ The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years coasanr. t auaaar itwict. m Twc etwTtuw tonic errr. Istarck Pianos By . P A. aatetd LowpMtNet Term. Satiafao (Joa Guar iaAdvaace No Mob7 Fa ct ory Pricoa Saving oi Eaaieat A JaaVaaaasaaaaSaPsifiSZaBBlaBa eataiocxr STARCK Si 0 0 to 3200Fnc From lory Direct aaaJaaBaMjWsiwiatsyfl f 4&9 C,.,..",rt l0..1"0?03;'' ,y.V pay or there is no salo. "ty J0U tt beautiful Starck Piano fop 30 days' free tr ai. In your "O""-"1nSS,..IJ?iC1h,u,yine,1l .lay pon. use A!' we ask ,s hat you If. at tlio end of that time, you dVWl Una It the MRliMt Krnde. sucotest toned nnd llnest piano every Wo,wm - 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL a.1".0 .MB! In way. that you havo ever nt I'erfrct liberty to send back, and we will. In that waya. Thla Starck Piano Itmust tnalco good with you. Savi $150.00 er Mirt We ship direct to you Irom our factory, at priori that sate ou upwards of $150.00 In the cost ol your piano. We guarantee to furnish rWa, lirtter piano for the, money thin jou cm euro rlaraliere. Ti"ti are assured of rpo-nira satisfactory sweet toned durable high gradj Eisy Payments Ton piy no cadi dovra. but alter 30 days of trial, jou can bcirin payment on the low. cs. rjiicit terms enr auersted by a plan) manufacturer. These tenn. ar flrranirnl tn suit your conit-nUiicand It is KMslble for juu id iirjr a pino ior your home, witaout inixiri; the niunoy. piano. fiiaranteed for ha Tears, ssck of It our 31 years of piano experience, and the repu-tatto-o of nn oldatabllah4 responsible piano house. OK.Voor fSivcraalaa Rtctt Starck Pla.ni la r Sntf-Ma- nd tl 10 Frit Musk Lissom To errry purchaser of Siarrk Pianos, we gilt free music learns, in one of the beat Inown schools In Chinco. Theae lessons you caa take in your own home, by malL This represents oat year's free .instruction.. hate constantly on hand largt mmrtxr of (lightly usM pianos of aH and aecoua-luustandard mikfs taken In ei chinr for new Starck Pianos and rtayer-PltnoTht fol!w ln art a few simple btrralnsi W tartflns Weber Sttinway Chickering Kimball Starck second-han- $110.00 92.00 90.03 95.00 198.00 bargain list. th tmt and mMt Iwmtt fui Player Ptanns ou cut Market. You will be delighted with the many features of theat wondctful Instruments, and will be pleased with tht tery low prices at which they can be secured. Itak PliyiNNiitf Player-rianoa OTirCK art Plant Send Send for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. beautifully Illustrated piano book which gives you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will interest and pleaas you. Writs today. latb Frit today for our new 184S Starck Bldg., CHICAGO not every one's Intention.- Jones' rvlntloiw with the Rrnelons Duchusse de Cluirtrci nre delightfully muted. She nlui "Clievnller s.tns tllre de lit mer." Chitrmed by his linproiiiptii defente or the 'Cotnte cle Totilouso'u nuviil itictlcs, nt it dinner hIio jfiive In his honor, the duchesse presented hliu with mi exquisite Jeweled wntcli thiit hud lieloimod to her griimiriither. Then It wus thnt Jones nmde this inciuunihle promise: "Muy It pleiise your roynl ulKhneSs, If fortune should fuvor uii ut mmi I will Mime uay iny un Knsllih frljjnte tit your feet." lie fultllled this pron" ns fur ns ho could when ho suriet-ri'"to the lorellest of women" the sword surrendered hy "one of the bravest of tneu"-l,enr- sou of the SeriipN "The enemy suneiulereil ut Ihiriy-flvminutes past 10 p. in.," wrote Jones to the duchesse, "by your wntcli, which I consult only to flx the moment of victory." Napoleon's opinion of I'uul Jones Is tersely summed up In the remark be POCKETS VERSUS HAND BAGS. tnndu to Kerthler when the news of Trafalgar was brought to hltu: Real Reason of the Subjection of Wo "How old was Paul Jones when he man to Man. ctlcdT" he gloomily asked When Rerthler Civilized man finds It difficult to told him about forty-fiv- e Napoleon remarked: "Then he did not fulfill tils des- make his way through life without a tiny, liad he lived, to this time France dozen pockets. The ordinary walking might have had an admiral. Our adCivilized woman mirals are always talking about pelade suit has firtccn. conditions and ulterior oblects. as If there makes her way through life without was any .condition or any object In war pockets, depending on n single bag except to get in contuct with the enemy and destroy him. That was Paul Junes' carried In the hnnd. The professional view of the condition and objects of na- humorists have never tired of val warfare. It was also Nelson's. It Is on woman's pocketless condia pity they could not have been matched tion, but It is really no laughing mutsomewhere with fairly equal force," ter. Here Is n sex difference which is ODDITIES IN RELICS. something more than fashion, which goes to the very hca,rt of the subjecA Bit of Shelley's Charred Skull Treas- tion of woman to man. If we accept Spencer's definition of the evolutionured In a Locket. It Is not every man. not every hero ary process as consisting In progress worshiper.! who would esteem the tooth from un indefinite homegenclty to a of his hero of more value than dia- definite heterogeneity the superior pomonds. There is u ring belonging to sition of man Is ut once .established. ii n English nobleman In which the His fifteen dlverslUed pockets, each alplace of honor, formerly occupied by a located to a separate use watch, cigar diamond. Is given to u tooth that once case, pocketknlfe, purse, newspnper nnd package of garden seeds need did duty In a human Jaw. This tooth costno less than $3.1m0, only be contrasted with the single but It was the tooth of Sir Isaac New- reUcuIe in which the female of the speton. A relic collector sold It ut mic cies stores away an tion In ISli. nnd the uobleumu who mass of handkerchiefs, toilet articles. bought It gave Ir the place ot a dia- car tare, press clippings, telephone dress goods samples coufco-tloncrmond In bis favorite ring. memoranda nnd tradesmen's Another tooth which so far excites the veneration of hero worshipers as to bills tlint have long been settled' by be able to hold a court of Its own und check. Strong in his pockets, man walks to draw from long distances u small tiixt of followers Is one that was orig- the earth free IiTtho play of his upper inally hlddeu behind the lips of Victor limbs, whereas womnn sacrifices the Hugo. It Is kept at his former resi use of berrlght arm before venturing dence in a glass case bearlug the in- out In a world of street cars, motorscription "Tooth drawn from the Jaw cars, moving staircases, elevators and of Victor Hugo by the dentist on ticket booths. New York Post Wednesday. August 11. 1871. in the No Wonder Sht Behaved. gardens attached to the houso of Ma "I believe." said the minister, with dame Koch at 3 o'clock in the aftern twinkle In his e."o, "that the saying noon." x The wig of u literary man appears to that children nnd fools tell the truth" have beemeven more sought after than Is true. The other day my wife und 1 bis teeth. That which Sterne wore were Invited out to dinner. The chilwhile writing "Tristram Shundy" wus dren of "the family were so remarkasold soon after the writer's death for bly well behaved that my wife re$10,000. and the fnvorlte cbalr of Alex marked: '"What lovely, well behaved children ander Pope brought $.'.000. The most extravagant Instance of lit- yours are. Mrs. Brown!" "Both Mr. nnd Mrs. Brown beamed erary hero worship Is that of a well known Englishman who constantly nt this' npprovnl of their offspring, wears In a. small locket attached to u when up piped little Mary. 'Well, pa cbuln round bis neck a part of the said that If we didn't behave he'd knock our blocks off. dldu't you, pa?' "Moth charred skull of Shelley. St, Louis ers' Magazine, e com-me'ntlunco-ordlnatc. that titles boats. Their saloons and cabins nro exceptionally largo nnd open directly upon the promenade decks that stretch the entire length of the ship, there being, properly shaking, no steerage and no second class. Tho natives and others who cannot afford the first class ticket travel In the "cublertn." as.lt Is called, a ucck in me stern rooreu witn ennvns. but otherwise open, where in picturesque confusion, surrounded by bags nnd bundles, they loll In hammocks or He wrapped In shawls. Toward this deck the hencoop faces a big two story ulTnlr, partly filled with ripening fruits, bananas, oranges nnd the like and partly with chickens, ducks and other forlorn looking fowl, fattening for the table. Between docks stand your beef nnd mutton on the hoof, gazing mournfully up at you as you look down the hatchways. Upon this homelike boat, quiet and contented, with no unseemly hurry, you meander down the const nt ton knots. The nlr is soft ns a caress, jind for nt least eight months of the year, the son Ig as, placid ns a. mountain lake, a glassy mirror reflecting nu azure sky. Ernest Plexotto In Scrlb- Ders Magazine. pacific Octan Staamtrs. In the morning (how strange nt aca) 1 was invnUoned by the bloating of n Inmb and by n lusty cockcrow. The Itoyal Mall Rtcnmcrs of tho west coast nre a strange little world. Hullt for un ocean wIiito storms are unknown, they combine certain comforts not to bo found on much more pretentious to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able It Always Helps i ii si CARDUI You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. tonic. I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's ut has-bee- n a trial. I still use Cardui when The Woman's Tonic for your trouble. It .. is wwwuviaUiiiiaUiiJiiiniin Get a Bottle Today! imt JAMES & CO., -- First Class Centertown, -- Ulveryt-HeM Kentucky. Prompt Attention and' Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES, The Republican and Louisville Herald fl.3E 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm k Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The kepublicah arid JJauy uwenBooro inquirer........ 3.50 k O'boro Messenger L76"7 The Republican and The Republican and Kentucky Farmer L75, The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 IFhe Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 . Globe-Democrat Twice-a-Wee- Twice-a:Wee- , Address all orders to . t THE REPUBLICAN. r. AAAAAAAjVjVaS-jVjVjVAaV --k AAA A aaaasataatA aaaaaaaa aa ' "'... i YOUR Letter Heads , t i t.! it Bill Heads Jc s We are Shipping Whiskey Ky. Right Now-Ev- ery to Day i ! , 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 awiiy now very shortly. Every quart you buy hero either in person or by mail for ensh, gets a chance on this barrel. If you have the lucky number you can cash it for $65.00 The more chances you get, the more likely you are to get the barrel. Bitts of Insects. This remedy against the bites of Insects appeared In u recent Issue of the imna Medical Journal: "rake one ounce of'cpsom salts and dissolve It In one pint of water. Wet n bath cloth wet enough that It will not drip nnd rub the body well all over and not wipe afterward, but dress. 1 nm very certain that (lies, gnats, fleas, bedbugs, mosquitoes or the famous African fly will never touch persons so treated, A somewhat stronger solution applied nnd allowed tit dry will leave u flue powder that the most bloodthirsty Insects will not uttitck." Way Plna Have. She was hurriedly adjusting her veil nnd had but a few moments in which to catch her car. '"Oh, dear," she murmured, "I can't And n nlh anywhere! 1 wonder where all the pins go to. uny-waV "Thnt'a n difficult question to answer,1' replied her practical husband, who was 'standing by, "because they nre ulwnys pointed In one direction and headed In unotlier." Argonaut. A y Royal Informality. At Cadlnen. Emperor William's mod el farm In West Prussia, where be loves to tramp about In 'rough clothes und high top boots, there Is a certain blacksmith whose hand Is never too grimy for his kaiser to shake. The Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And Princess Victoria Lulse from earliest years has shared her father's liking for the man's sterling qualities. One day the emperor and princess, In company with n high otliflul, called at the smithy. As Its owner turned from work to welcome (hem the kaiser Introduced him as "a special friend of my daughter's." Pictorial Review. , Toasted Bugs, An Insect much resembling the June bug and found In great quantities In the high plains about Quito, capital of Ecuador, Is toasted and eaten as a delicacy by the natives of that country. It Is sold In the streets In the mine manner us are chestnuts In the The roasted titles of this country hugs taste very much like toasted dread. other printed forms are ojven . Special Attenton In The Republican : . P. R. LANCASTER X CO,, Owensboro, Ky. Job Department.. Distributors of "Old Quality," "Premier Pure," "Old W. S. Stone." i help you dtCM siyl-Ikliat a mwlerata eiionio by koupiuu you poiiod on llm I:' teat fa all I on a lu' clulbes and htm. U hew rasliinu Doslmis I In each Imiio. 'Abo, '" Aulusblo Infiniiiallnii . oil all Imnie aud or Ouly auhal piauers n year. Ini'ludiht, ' do a. fri'U OVER 6S YEARS' EXPERIENCE -- Bassssi LJal 111! JtlsVl BaBSBaf' 1" I1! k I BVJ i f. Tlrtf-tJ fackbee's "Full ot Life" Northern Graaa reaitrtea beeas have a reputation of sS yes rati jucceaatul seed growla; behind tbeso. It navs Sa suani the best. Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Red Valentine , , fj.50 Bushel Reluroe-Bx- tra , j.ajnuahcl Early Neurbtrlneleas Cretn Pod . J.70 Bushel jyardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax .J0 Buahal Davis New White Was . . Bushel Carrie's Rust rroof Wax . 850 Bushst STEEDS DBAN8 , I " M liifoullou jaiirnhablMtswtajiWCommualca. tlonsatrlotlrmnlldaiitfaL HAWV f pm. lude.1 ...nev for atwuriussaXenn. Co. rsstlvt Pateuts UKeii lumuaa Muna ' AnrostMnfHn(ska4eh and description msf qulcklf ascertain our opinion frtt wuttber an ; Trade Marks DaaiarM CoavmaHTa 4c. a ,. sayrMaorks.aithoutwarst.talM SCKHOIK I .AhMaseatMf i.nwFauM sfmauoil ut on, aar; four Saon tip, tunm SfVwfjWvft Jim, wrasw -r inHw. BbLBB Extra Early Alaska . . . Jjjo Bushel New Early Gradus fajo Bushel Horalord's Market Garden . (30 Bushel Buckbee'a Llgbtaiof Express fc-oBushel Tataste and a full llae at eeds.risataaud Bulbs at lowest growlns; priest, Send for coaoDlett c&talovus or auha.lt a list at four requirements aad wiirquote prices, fECAa .... aUBYTLVk saVlTSWWi BBBBBBHaBBBk H. W. htUCKUE MtmmttL.tltHfmy Not Wtll Pleased. "I had to, kill my dog this morning," Vtry Ustful. "A self made tiuin is of no particular it Id the boob. ."Was he mad?" asked the cheerful help to hU fellow men." , Idiot. "Well?" "Well, he didn't seem any too well "Hut n aelf made woman Is n perfect mine or Information about hair pleaxedV replied the boob. Chieluuutl ' dyes, and tare bleucht-- and (tads and Knqulror. things." Louhvlllu Courier-JournaMoat Interesting. Woman Is the most Interesting thing Making It Right. Moiher- -I gave each of yon hoy an, ever Invented. One half the world orange Charles, you said you wouldn't spends Its time writing about her, and eat your tll after dinner. And you. the otlior'tialf spendx Its time rending I.'nqulrer. Jack, xsld thf fame. Have you de- about ceived meT Clmrile ,o, mother; we Nevcr'Vpeud ybur money before you uluVt Kit our orange. 1 at Jack's have it. Thouiaj. JetTeraou. o' be ut uiiu- a- l.f. s l. BULBS H WaSPECIAL OFFER'.lB t aBF iB eg.1BJ Stavtair u,ujZZSuiZ fj jiaasu, BViW WCUaTS BUM SUCCiEB. STC Mescy aad Keep is I Style by Reaaisg McCall'i Mg aziae ib4 Uiisg McCall Pattersa Ladies! aaU Hew Hisalaaaa. trial will soaks you a permanent cua- - VBJ BW tosur. SatUtaoiloa guaranteed or your BBT Money refunded. Bn BBTMsa McCatriMsisaisswilt MSCAILJ MACAI1HT aW SiUAaUllTlUU.TPLaUSr: I I IWrMtto.dtr MmOmmiFrW H assssaaisasasasaaaaawsa BtlliTBfirt-ailTr"'"'"- myinu ..m. m, , KruU bM. IWUm. SruwU. as k,SldM.Siaafc UKyi.iiMMM, tiau. T SniwW.lti U.M. hlla. ttmtJt4t, TwIvuS IWUSf. ouiit, r.k, aiaik aa 1ui Uimws., a rutattnlis. CtlUctka?.0 t4lWlaVai4tial4srtAaVAk BMsMibUaBwSuSaWk, BaaVV W a at ' f shpsMaaisrsv J '" tUsUaU SVaamUH ssjwsa.sisasssai MOswsaaa) ft rati snsj lirtsii&i:SaSfta?arrl lIM afj BB.rfu.te tssjfcsjTjasi asusWisAffJ - a Li... MM sjajaxaas W. r " B -- BJ mmmmmmm fjr frco tiaiplo toy,. v. McCsHralUrasvdleiisMoynatoiiiakrtinynnr.,'. ' iMIilmtrur i . ou liomu. viliti uriiwii baadWllllHo(ctC,' yourself and rlillrtij-i- i trlilcli - sna asasr statn a A trxlay or scad iwtteui. fculiv, ' a, Tf T . f Isaaaaaaaaa BBflBBUsSHBBBBBjBgaBBj- rma li lu style nudct. I'lim tuMo reals feud for freo, I'awiTi) Cui(ito;uu. , We sraUSn Tea fist rraitas for twlUn? ul. b.ilf.irf:r J'reroliuo and Cth !'ru- - Oder, IN BtttU CaWJUl t.TM M V Bad JI St, KM IMS lih-Iii--r rmj-l.i-u- , ", Aa wtassjai rinm.mxm VN X' MUSCLES OF STEEL A MYSTERIOUS DESERT. Weird Ta.ee That Are Told of thr Poor Physical Health. "Sul Appalling Gobi." 11H - 1 I Grcnt muscular HtiviiKth Is no criteriSlowly we traveled ucross tlie great on of health. The imwt powerful" athwnste or l7.iiiiftnrlii, i ie "soul appalllete may be conquered by mnlurlu or ing liohl" of smile wnlers. lint to us a typhoid fever when n rrull little wotn land or beauty, oven f or a somewhat nn thrown off the ntliick of the germs terrifying character, for here more that cause thcxe diseases and never nearly than In any other la ml Is beaufeels them. ty allied to terror A great prizefighter walks 01ft In the These silent steppes the natives' beinbxqulto. evening and la stung by lieve to be the haunts or "genii" and Bank the balance. The difference between A day or two later he Is shivering with the rendezvous, ut evil spirits. s As a Ammmtulmtjt cold und burning with fever by turns. recent writer has said, "The great Ford cost and heavy car cost is "velvet" for The moiulto has Injected the sandy desert or liohl lias been looked AmmmMmty hmm mm mummtltuim of malaria Into his Wood, mid his blood on ns the dwelling place r malignant the prudent buyer. He knows the Ford not has not1 the strength to e.tterinlii.ite bclugs from the days or hoary antiqreceives a small wound. uity." them. He only saves him dollars but serves him best. Tho surgeon has tu sew It up, and tin1 All luckless, travelers In this region offered Many big. husky chap faints from the piiln. from tho days of Marco Polo onward It's a better car sold at a lower price. while 11 slender, fragile woman endure have recorded strange stories or weird Royal. No .; pains a hundred times as severe with beings that inhabit the depths of the Five hundred dollars is the prico of the Ford powder is scurcely a murmur. wastes. Mysterious singing mid wallrunabout: the touring car Is five fifty; the town l For muscular strength and , composition or effectiveness, ing, beating or drums and distant mucar soven fifty f. o. b. Detroit, complete with health have nothing to do yvltli imcIi sic are said tu beguile the traveler and economical, equipment. Get catalog and particulars from v bo- wholesome The physical exrrche that lead him off the track until he Is hopeother. c causes the former Is. however, lessly lost In the wilderness. A recent such fine food. will to the latter, for It makes a man Russian explorer glcs quite u detailbreathe deeply, sets heart pumping ed account of the wild men of the des, more vigorously, nlds hW stntmich and ert. Powder Is made from pu-eRoyal Intestines to digest better, distract'' the Listen to the strange story told by No Cream of mind from care and promotes sound Kosloff, who traversed the desert or (INCORPORATED) sleep. But great muscular 'strength Dzungarla In Its widest part not long lime acid phosphates. often exists with poor power of resist- ago: 'These wild men, the KY. -ance to disease. as they are culled, are covered with The most obvious proof of this is In short wool similar to the fur of a the resisting power of women. Wom- young camel. They have long black batters to die by that route. Blanken-sh)j- ( an's vitality Is greater than man's. hair nnd black eyes. They are of ordi d.d tho rcceirtng and Jijs work Sbe resists starvation better: she Is not nary size, but rather long legged. SPORTING NEWS so susceptible to cold or heat: she was go.fl. They roam the steppe In pairs, nnd -stnnd a greater loss of blood: when when harassed by man they scream, poisoned she Is more likely to recover, whistle aud snarl us they run away. Sd tqam defeated the The Hartford nnd how often do we see nb.vnlcnl tl- - The native Kirghiz claim to have NEW BASK 'HALL WRITER. Mcllenry 3d team Thursday 21 'to 7. ants the most miserable o( victims to caught them occasionally, but the cap The Republican has been especial- Tb.p foalturo of tho gamo was Uio flold- - seasickness while delicate women are tives refuse food nnd drink and die ly fortuuaie, m securing the services ing of Duke and pitching of Moore. eating their Uve meals a day In stormy nftcr a few days." Wide World Magweather on shipboard! o New York azine. of C. O. '".Mut" Hunter as sporting who World. writer. The present Gcaser, DIAMOND NOTES- y Ills th.Y. position being unfortuhiaite-lWIDOWS IN MADAGASCAR. A team composed of local busiGROTESQUE HEADDRESSES. the ness men defeated the second team for the team, a. momber of UATtfCjU club, s unable tOjk,ep an Their First Year of Mourning On ef Wednesday afternoon, 11 'to 5. "Mut" Abuse and Misery. accurate recd)-- of the local games, so Hunter pitched for, tho B. m., while Mongolian Woman Drench Their Hair , With Fish Qlue and Great. There are no guy widows In Madover Eae .pencil to. thoibigi&oy- - .SlaPlrlfe'Ji E. Bariicit athl Crowe turns The headdress of the Mongolian wo- agascarnot. at least, for one year after ".Mut'.' formiciily playod on the local fought against the heavy hkters. men Is a very complicated?, affair. tho husband has died. In Madagascar, "and' galudd "faiuch- Samo inftlio team H. King sung Hunter's twters, When the balr Is made up In the shape on the death of any mini or iwsltlou. base ball' world. He knows tlte game which were not twisters, uud Vanie of elephants' ears it indicates matri- on the day or the funeral the wire Is from A, to Z and will, .we we. aurp, back ''Mut" also mony, and wheu worn In a tall It placed In the house, dressed In all her in good style. reports of Alio the woman Is a spinster. best clothes and wearing her sliver or i.n.tesUug make kicked in with a Jiume run over the means that give this shape to the balr naments, or which In general she posgames. He,Vkes Jn with the Uitder-standi- left, field fence. The youngsters put In order to the woman makes a parting In the sesses u considerable quantity. There thai;' when a man needs roast-J- n up exa same figlifbut the weight and bend, then he wlilbo rorjisted but when lie perience of their opponents was too middle of ber by turn, drenches the she remains until the rest of the house hair, each side with a ( pleas- have returned from the funeral. deserves priisp'' bouquets sha'll . be much for them- ing mixture of tish glue and grease. As soon us ber relatives return they his. When It Is thoroughly soaked she begin to revile ber In most abusive o a IE. "Mut" altho, rather Jargo is up spreads the upper part out thinly In language nnd tell ber tbut it Is ber Y. Park lias been picked favojvte wltft tlie ladles and possesses such a way that at Its broadest It fault that sbe has been stronger than by Che business men n,ad perforinad measures about six Inches wide. To a winning smile, and a winking eye7 gracefully pose keep the balr in this shape sbe em- her husband and tbnt sbe Is really the His iu left field. Hjb advent with pencil pushers while cause of bis death. They proceed to at baii strikes terror into the hearts ploys wooden clips, which, wben the tear the ornaments from ber ears and carrying its joys has also caused hair Is dry. are replaced, if sbe can neck nnd arms nnd give ber a coilrse for of young pitchers. to the local press It, by silver or golden ones. The cloth and a spoon with a broken ban-di- e the management had promised (to erect lower part of the hulr Is made Into n dish a pr.s. box. it was (to) be built on .Pintle pitched some for the second plait, with a silver or golden orna- Off. und ahair Is with the foot broken disheveled, and she Is Her cou-t-itop of tjie DnosenA grand stand, but team Wednesday and with better coming covered with a ment at the end to prevent Its mat. under whfeb ahould viee,!op mto a classy undone. when tlie offjcuals hod tV'dt "Jtat" she remains nil day long and can only These silver or golden clips and hair leave at night. Aud she may not speak was tp bo oue of ihe occuixants they you.g twirlero ornaments are often set with' precious to any one who goes into the bouse quickly abandoned the scheme- - Howby ever, Huntema falling off aiM Robert D. Walker, a young buslnoss stones, and princesses even huye the Neither is she allowed to wash her face and whole of the plait hidden by means of or bands, but only the tips of her Auusing pleuty of props, and braces wo man, covered third Wednesday silver or golden rings. As the making don't believe tlie Uvea of the spec- Ii.s work was extremely sensational. up of the hulr takes a whole day and gers. Madagascar widow en All tators underneath would be in euch Mdny timid he was forced to tako the Mongol women are very luzy and dures this athe for year, or at least for eight again aud again to the not particularly cleanly In their hab- months, nnd even when this Is over her .great 'danger. off h.s cai BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. jpplUudiiig spectators- - Soveral ilme its. It is not surprising to learn tbut time for mourning Is not ended for n this operation Is performed by some considerable period. ue leaped into the air with the quick; 11 by The last straw consists of the fact ness and grace of a tiger (blind) syad once a week, tty others once a month yet others-prelow down In the that sbe is not allowed to go home to e . spuxliug pollet. AgaW nnd graubea tue Announcement. social scale once a year. Wide World ber own relatives until she has been H ho wou,d bend gracetully and dig one Magazine. by ber husband's family. flrst divorced In vlow ot Jtho fact tlia,t in Ohio from tho earth. Grace wus in Jiis Chicago Tribune. aud adjoining counties thcro ta.ro offer every move. Even as he posed nit bat of a Jet of Water. Force ed 710 Summor Courso Jn either Normal A factory In Greuoble. France, one was naninded of Venus and ber Obeying the Law. or High School Work, wo Jiavo decid the water of u reservoir situated graceful A small town In Mississippi passed In tho mountains at a height of 200 a ed to establish buoIi a. oourse (it o law that no wheelbarrows shonld be yards. The water reaches the .factory beginning June 1, 1914, ant Are nice to record the Many spectators enjoyed the game through a vertical tube of the same allowed on the sidewalks in the busi- FordsvlUe, ness portion of the city. Soon after continuing Eight Wooks. passing changes Wednesday better tliau first little tdam length, with a diameter of considerably -Tho object of tills School ia not g.mes. It was funny to soe tliose old less than an Inch, the Jet being used the law: was passed ope Saturday, laces and big ones. which Is the busiest day of the week, to .work against oMhor at th State ueads bit and ritu. Butli local drug to more a turbine. Experiments have while the streets were crowded, a nestrongest men cannot gro came along the main street trun- Normals, hut to asa'st .tUam in rais a.ores have sold completely out of shown that the oducatlonall standard of Kencut the Jet with the best tampered dling a wheelbarrow Blled with gro- ing liniment- sumsword, and In some Instances the,b)nde ceries. The city marshal stopped him, tucky, by bringing a first-clas- s You ought to have good has been broken Into frugmeuts with telling him be was under arrest for mer course nearer (home. Ouo of Che real features qf the game out deflecting a drop of the water and Special attention will bo given to pushing bis wheelbarrow on tbe street portraits made at least was tlie catch of (Taylor iu center with as much violence ns a pane of The negro looked at the officer for a training teachers for the Juno and o'nee a year. f.e'd when Hunter hit wliat looked glass may be shuttered by a blow from moment, and then, picking up bis little July examina!!one, and also, a very an Iron bar. It bas been calculated girl, wbo was walking by bis side, be good for twp, evon for ihim. that a Jet of water a small fraction of placed ber upon tbe top of the grocer- thoroug.' .course in High School worii There's a Photographer will be given to those who wish an Inch In thickness moving with suffi- ies and. turning tu the officer, said: Habit will meet the local team at cient velocity conld in Hartford to teach such .' work, pr lesuen the THE HOME TEA-- HAD A PARADE East Kud Saturday. Habit put up rifle bullet Harper's. not be cut by a "Co on. white man. Dls here ain't time required to complete tho High no wheelbarrow. Dls Is a baby cur-- i SATURDAY. ojo of tho best games played on the School work. ldge."New York Times. It Was Never Used. This school will bo conducted by game Saturday was not much ground last year. Game called n't The With and at a Will. PROF. F- - T. SHULTZ, who Is an A. of a gumo from a spectator's .vlow. 2:30. Tho nuudstment is anxlon3 to a When Scones was ut Oxford he was niOit excellent fellow und bad only V A drill bergeant was drilling the re- B. GraUuate of Kentucky Suite The lwxils hit' and scorod at will un- pull tho local club out tof the hole.so one enemy soap. He was called show your appreciation of a gad cruit squad In the use or the ride. Evand hdlde a Siiio and life til a total' of' 22fcru'iilj .wi3 aiuasssti to "Dirty" Scones. Ono day the wag erything went smoothly until blnnk certificate. Itho ball team by turning out. tlio. visitors 0. Fordsvlllo was Dolus went Into bis rooms nuij, re cartridges were distributed, The reo Students may enter and classify nt attraction ami it twos thought tlit n, monstrating wim mm on tne untidy, cruits were instructed to load their A key wiia fouid In t'.ie hall nark slovenly and dirty state of everything, pieces and stand at the "ready." and any time. jjQod contest wou'd bo staged, but at no .time did the FordsvlljQ boy Weduseday. Same may bo liad by said: For further Information, writo or then the sergeant gavo the command: "Dpon my word. 'Dirty.' It's too bad! & 3hov real class. "Fire at will!" PltOF. F. T. SHULTZ, It was a (disap calling a this office. bco The only clean thing In the room Is Private Dunn was puzzled. lie lowpointment to tlu) Fordsvlllo supporter Fordsvlllo, Ky. your towel." London Tatler. ImmmmCiWiT'WLjmimfii.wmmmmmmmmK ered bis gun. A Texas Wonder. us well as tho IoC4l management uud Board of Trustees. "Which oue Is Will?" be nsked.-Ne- w fans, for it was thdr iiont inton-ti- n Cause For His Fright. Vork Post. The Texas Wonder cures kidney an to Bend dJiVii a team that would bladder "flamlet Fatt Is tlmoroes about apOwcnsboro Optical House. troubles, dissolves gravel, at least' tntj'to a goad sltawlng. At cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, pearing In this town." He Listened to All. Hartord, Ky., Nov. 1. 1 havo used "Stage fright at his ngeV Why, he' but one t.mo did they uppuar formida- rheumatism, Fontenelle listened to everything, nnd "lasses and all irregularities of been on the boards for years " made by U. C. Hardwlck'a he offended no one by disputing anyble, th:s being 5n ibu first when they tho kldnojs aud bladder in both men "Out this is the tlrst time be was thing. At tbe close of his life be was Optician, Owcnsboro, Ky., to my enfound iRicluml for throo hits and and womon. Itegulatos nights in oue asked tbe secret or his success, and he tire satisfaction. His house and mabladder trou- ever billed for three runs. Blvons kind Owen did bles In children .If not sold by your place." Louisville two ' Coiirler-Joiirnn- . immjLjEQm3&&7fimf for making lenses are tbe replied that It was by observing two chinery the hw.vlns for the visj ors und tho druggist, .will tend by mail on re maxims, "IS very body may be right" most complete In the State, and he they were jiouudcki Jutnl deserved but ceipt of Does This Explain Term? ' employs none but experienced workfl.00. One small bottle is und "Kverytblug may be so." ter support tlan they rdcolved. They two months' treatment, and seldom Blx iwlth uewspaperi-Hei- e's a parC. M. BARNETT, men. are both joun fellows and soino day fails to perfect u cure. Send for tes- rel of laud for sale. DlxA mortgage Her Postscript. on It probably. Why. do you Illi i should proyo valuable men for Forda-vJU- timonials from this and "Why Notice. other states. think so? DIx-- A parcel Is generally postscriptdoett a woman always add, a Is grounkl Into ohottie feed for biici. to her letter?" Dr. E. W. Hall, t2G Olive Street, St tied up, you Unow.-ltos- tuu Transcript. The A. S. it E. Stock committee btock. ,You will find the boat feed, "Well." answered tbe ununllant Tho 'Uidly boaiitn tb Iwjts from wretch, "she probably figures out In will ship Beaver mlddUus, bran, shorte, fcrsin, torn stock frdm tc tho drubbing jgood-FonLsvUlo Warning Minnie. For Sale. her own inliid what tier letter bus l).un Monday, June 23, 1914. All oxt8 arid alfalfa, mixed feed turpdjy iuul conducted themselves "What b your immeV" as Veil made yon thluk aud Iheu tries 10 have parties desiring to ship Btock HfVQ a big stock of So. 1 recldau-e- d on aa ithe f I neat as geutldaiau on uild elf the field-W"Minnie, mum." t' clover paid tlpiotih hay word."' tho last plsafco notify tlie WWpporwill Peas ou baud. Alio above date, will Jiopo tlwy will get togotlher aud "All right, but we expect a maxigtwn,h(ro at all tlmos. Your horses committee- mum of work out of you," New Orw.-every poo of their romajulng a big stock of S!ta'l Billing Twine. and cafttto Hill thrfvo on buoh whole- - f T The Demur Thing. leans 8. L. STEVENS, W. B. EI4LIS, F.dith You haven't seen my engageaini'.fi thJ3 neaiioi. suie'uud nutritious food U4 you can Food and Produce Merchant, H. T. FORTtJK, Wliijq piucj-lcallment ring yet. time yon? Msrie- -I all of the home procure from .me. practice. don't know. dear. Who's ttw man? Hartford. Kv. JperaniltU. team pliycd good consecutive ball, 4"t4. . "I could hold your hand foreer:"'h. Huston Transcript. Cuivdjff wati ho' brbjhlV and bblaing ',J xclaluicd rapturously. star m 'ai ficU. Klckard probably you did." sbe replied calailj, . "If Tbe beginning ut wisdom I not .la Th FOR FLETCHER'S broke )l ,'o.J strike-ou- t yau might leuro hoir." Llfu. Marohant record FIR FLETCHERS i. ' "tlie uilud, but iu the hearc-Abbo- tc" vtui,l hiaptgeu Fordsvijlo wlito it HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Thy May Go Hand In Hand With ROYAL Prm BAKING POWDER ' as mixtures are other substitutes for the same in baking or and make nor - 11 phy-dra- drape Baking or Tartar. alum, BARNES AUTOMOBILE CENTRAL CITY, GO Kkz-Kyk- r t LOOK HERE! 1 d Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons. Buggies. Cultiva- - tors. Mowers. Hay Rakes and Hay ng 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 d can have the machine here in time so there will be no delay when the time comes to use them. Buy your implements from the dealer that has practical experience and knows the implements to select. WILLIAMS & MILLER, i t'.tf &fe-Afe- s utl-Ulz- lui. I Hill l in r "... te BUT I i M a SCHROETER. I Unl-torsi- ty The Choicest Grain From the Farm e. - a m , n, n Time-Democra- -- Children Cry Children Cry W. E. 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