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SKUNK SKINS fartfcrri DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE Hepmblicrttk OF OHIO COUNTY V 1 a Subscriptiop $1 per Year No. 50 KNOCK OUT TOBACCO POOLING Decision of Supreme Court HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914. THREE SAFES BLOWN AT SOMERSET KY. Burglars Get Away With siderable Haul At Somerset. Somreset, Ky., Juno 23. UurgUrs got m tiiejr work on Somerset la.t nlslk.: and at an early hour this morn ing when tho safo m tho George Comjiatiy's offico was blown and its contents taken. The (safes in tlia Somerset Ico Oomptmy's office aiild that of the mercantile firm of Tultle & Leo. also wero blown. It Cannot be ascertained Just (the amount of tlie loss as tlie rooms ure being kept Intact awaiting the arrival of blpoilhoundii from Lexlnjiian on tlie npou train. Tlierw was no cash In the safe tof the Somerset Ice Company, but a num ber of waitches and some other 'jaw-ejr- y was taken. Tho safes of Tu'-tl-e & .Leo and the George P. Taylor Company contained cash oufth'e amount 'U not yet known- The condition of (the saifes indl-C3- ,t hat Urn work was Idouo rbyf Entrances were afocted by pryjng open windows. The explosion of tlie George P. Taylor safe was heard about 2 o'clock this morning, but no Suspicion of the cause (was aroused, and nothing wba known of the wxirk until the offices .Were opened th's morning. la. The fiolcnt t- - confine the animals. WANAMAKER ON wlro osliuld bo of No. 1C puage 'wS niosh. This law tho netting ORGANIZED LABOR fqnee, hoiecr, J ncit sufficient to ARE VALUABLE keep out dogs unlaws tjio ovcrliung Is very 'arge ami extends on tio'jh Hide-s- Many browlers prefer a (tight Merchant Prince Discusses Unionfence of boards or uhoot iron, or Sold As Sable In Europe even a stono wnU. The fcice hliouhl ism Before U. S. Industrial penotrato tjio grouiVl to a ilaiilh pif 2 Relations Body. and America. or .1 fcut to provonttho skunks from digging under it. Ilesidts tlio general inchsure, a Phladellphia, Juno 23. "It's an Government Bulletin Tells How to seiuirate brcod'ng iou for each tiling not to reoogiwze orgareiza-tlon- s (bo-rthould bo proL&U. Oheap 4d John Waaa-niakof Jajbor," y Raise The Little wooden floors will oeno with y 'n glv.hg further tes purpose, but tliey must le dry Animals. unproved timony before tlie Unltod States inside. Contact iwirtJh tho on Industrial Relations. He tho fur, but dampness must bo mad tlis Btatonieat in reply to a guarded against. skunk Washington. Junt Meat, dnsecus, ibread, cooked and ev- (lU(3tion whotlier employers should trappers of the en raw vegetables and npo fruits are rocoguize labor unions. On tho yon-orbrings annually to quustion of uaionism LMr. Wana-makSlates alxut $3,000,0. Jt included in fclw groat variety of foods United 4 sa'd )w beltawlJ labor lids stands second In importance only to wlii'oh skunlai .will oat. Tablo crai3 s. liio irast be- thu muskrat among will keep tho animals In good con- "aufforod frightfully" in The value of m Bkunk skin in dition, ttiJd the food for a 'arge skunk cause of poor leaders, (but added (that Mm raw fur market averaged about ranoli may often be procured from I Jie 's toeiU" a lotUr clas3 of Jeader-sH'- -i coming in-lj conjs toI.G0tii Docomber. 1913. tun hot'tfs w lion mua'iy it .will cost notli- usualb runs higher. Although tit's ing but the labor of removing it. CommissWer Weinatick, of Cali asked fur is mt orv popu'ar In America, Bspocjally to be rocomended are cakes fornia, who pres-de- d Europeans favor It because It wears and niuali made of earn mical and tho u'ltucHJ If lie could supply Wio well, and lias a luster which lnakctJii. bJis of mtt, fresh milk, cookql missing liik tbat would ibrirtj; capirlal Uxc Russian a&b'e i appearance green corn and ltomiiny. JvltUe more tal and labor .togeblior. Olr. iWana-makaid: Tluose fcfca arc omphasiljjtr u k aw. tfian tho dmoutit of food requlrod fanucm' bulletin (No. 5g7J,,noJr be- far a cat will suin'Jy the .wants of a "I believe that Jaibor and caprJty have tile right to organize. On the ing seaCJM by the Unite jfiates Be?! aJreuk. partment'of Agr!culturer'''fh,ch may one s'de (capital) there ia responsiWfc!e skunks usually breed .but bility, and on tho other (labor) Inhere bo had friso on npp'icatlon by those oikcc a year in captivity, occasionals none. There you stop. Tho missing who arc Interested an tlie ''Econ- ly a second litter is produced. One I Id I 'believe to be prejudice and American omic Value of North s'.iou,1i be kept for from tlvq to malo misunderstanding, wbJcih must be ovSkunks." q'sW fpmaks. The Jmitlag Boasoa is ercomenow protect the Thirteen slates early Jlandh. The in February or "One of the wajs to wipe out this skunk by game laws, and tullor un- young Mk- - and are usualy .born prejudice lIJ miimnderstandmg M to derstanding of the economic "value of 'careful selection year --by in year wH rethtso crueuirca tor agriculture, as sult in a .boMor grado of fur and in unhitch labor unions from political partiej.." well as to commerce, .will, no doubt, I tliree or four gencraUons it is pos-slMr. Wnnamaker bel'eved that tho rtMult in protoctho measures in other to socuro a Btra'n otBkunks Ahe I localities- T)io oarlinat legislation for Deiurtnifius ot Commerce and' Labor furs of which will aW grade "No. the protection of tiheso little animals 1." A No. 1 fup ifflllibring ifrom $2 tlinii(d JA fliA cwtrti nt 1nt rtfw)r. Ill grow out of apiKuls from hop growers labor disputcis. One of the things ho to 3.50 or more .Jii tho Now York In Now York because of their value found wrong a labor uuioss was the markot. .ytj 1 limiting the number of those iwho In killiiiif tho hop .borer. This was 1ahah!t mqst jarts of want to leant trades. As skunks In 1S93, and since (then laws Jiavo f fchoy may usually Speaking of capital, Mr. Waiiamak-e- r Jieoa jw.ed for thou poitctlcn 'n tlie United States, ea!d John D. Rockefeller, Ur., Ma'ne, Now Hampshire, Vermont, No bo obtait)od Jn the them-Th"niado a groat miaiako when lie liut York, NvAV Jersey, Dnlewire, Ohio, whoro ut Js dosritd to breed best metvtod h to dig tlw yauug President Wilson in "'e Iwulon of Indiana, I'l iioIh, Michigan, Missouri, out of tlieir Ideno' Jn the rfummer. sending troops into Colorado." A Tho lCa.was' and 'North Carolina.data or lutoriyt to tijo tikuiik "I m'ght bo m!fl.?ou pu this," ho closed teuton for tho skunk vameu ," In the d Meruit states, but n tUo rascx may ,bo Urad m .tlie now sad, "but tliat !s i'he rvay I feel about whinu'gvca diagrams bt hsd opinion cf tho author of this bulletin it" it should bu extend ;d to n(, least nine h'm in making an Juclosuro for the Contact with the employes is a remedy for much misunderstanding, Che moiiUi.s 'n cicry cuee, for at present auimsjs. In capturing the wu'd skunk fvr witness saJ- - "There are labor unions tliero ia a scarcity of fur animals, and tho increased demand for furs has ts fur 'trapping is a to.jttcr motUad which hahe no ccher purpose than to jiut a higher premium on 'ts pelt. Un- than shoatU's, for HlwoUng imia!sr protect thejr wages," he said. "Men less given more adequato protection, the valuo of the fur a:l generally who spend ther time getting fheir results 'a its .being dotllod. Skunks salaries raised enerally faU." It can not long survive a high In sylviaing this close season are neither suspicious nor cunning Patton-Benn- ett. it slieuld b understood that the and aro easily trapped. right of farmers to destroy Indivi- Charles DrRoss Bennett, of Gran. dual predatory skunks should always Two Men Cat at Church ham, Ky., and Miss Anna J. Patton, be reserve!. She of Hartford, were married fyt London Is a great market for (Amstrotft', ,New Castle, Ky--, Jun 23. Tlwo bride's home on Mulberry erican Bkunk skins. In 1S38 over 18.-0- men were wounded, ono .very seri- Tuesday morning at 9:30, Rev. . skin,) of til's animal were, ex- ously BlUjJhtly, in Napier, the tor'dels pastor, perand the other ported to London; in 1911 over. at forming the ceremony. general which Jjoplc 'place Althougfli only a small peror Baptist Miss Patton is the youngebt tlie dddloatlon fcf th centage of our skins are now dressed ohurcb, lit Hairdos Botitlosn, a the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pbt-toarid .niado up here, we have juoefved east part of ths county, SuxMay W and Dr. Bennett is .the Bam of hi years past a number of Ihepn (back ternoon. The wounded, own are Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Bennett, Union up afUT they have been mad liam Kelly, a woafjhx Cfmer, and 'stree Hartford. abroad, and many American. ghatex The wedding was a qulat affair Wa nephew, pf tlw lima, jaame. ,Tlie who Mould scorn to .wear a f&nak former may d'e as tfeoojiesult of his only a few ot the relatives and most V aklti havo been jiroud of their. injuries, the severest piwhieh Is a intinicjto frierids being present. The jwrt"d "black marten" or ot their stab through the tfghit lungi The nep- br!de woa tlie reclpeut of many use"'Alaska, fa.hlo" wliich was merely hew was slashed in tho a ran. Robo.C ful and valuable presents. the Anwrlcan skunk fur more attrac- Snmth vrau arrobtdd cliargcd .with tlie The bride and groom are tooth tively labeled-cutting and placed under a bond of popular young people, who havo the The process of dressing tho skunk $1,000 , best wishes of a'l for their future to answer- sk'n and removing any lingering odor Ro far as itlio facts can bo leiinied Iwpluess. They ltf' booh aftor tho has boon improving year by wy and Sin ill and W'JI Kelly, the younger, ceremony for Gra'iam, Ky.. where nicaiiwlulo tho fur )ias been gaining "oom onjojia a Jurcativo prac-Uc- e. became inolvod In a quanvl anl tho .the y popu'nr'iy. fl'lio present extreme uoar-clto'der Kelly intorposod as peacemakof Huasian sable ibooauso 'of a er. Smlt,h then atLickwl lian, hord-iii- 2 law that forbids tho talking of that Double Confession a Puzzle. to the Btory told by tho oldor fur favors tho foreign market for ilui Ivelly, aill uftor cutirjug him turned Now York, Juno 23. Two prisons bkunk, aiid ovpit n th'a. country Wio hid attonUon to tlie tjophew. itoh a mau and an use of its skin Is increasing. Wllani Kelly, tie older, h about told the District Attorney toU.ay Tho recent high prices for skuuk CO years od, wlila' Smith is ohouP 40 that tho murder of G'usepipo Marino, lod to a discusson of tho sldns years o'd. The jounpea- - Kelly Is about whoso body was founU in a Harlom , bubjeot of skunlc raianlg on i 30 years old. The last named tius lu-- 1 basis. Altliqufeh some bivod-!i- y been engaged recently in merclmu-dosin- g fat a month ago, was their 'own dividual act, and each denied tliat too have encoun red dilftfcuttioa, on before whicli ho was a farmer. 'other "had on j thing to do. wtji the tUo .whole tlicre are good rwiewiM for T)io woundod men rocolml frst a'd crimabo'Jovuig that a prufitablo Jnduatry from Dr. Will OJdbnm, who trna ftt the The girl, Mario Masafusio, wvw armay bo dovclopcU. Skunks are Sous ded'catlou, offer whicli they iworo tok- rested Uito last night after masquer wild than other nianiboiia of (the (M,m-ll- y en to Monterey to be placed under the ading for weeks as a uuu. Sue told 'o whlcjf the more Important care of their family physician. ,ma,ll fur boarecB'boloiig and Ishetr Smith, who is also a farmer, 'de- fha iolioe she shot ivpA klUcd lariaoi when he threatened her for fatJUig d't-t- ; parojllt) a good deal pf latttudo clined to malo any nuitoniout to become u party to a blackmaHlnK u toediug, whereas tho marrtu fuM tj 'J the difficulty. jwho waa arrested UlrocUy after Ue- Jniak require a UJet a!mo)t explutsivoly murder, ws, brought from his cell ,ot meat. The problom of nnrovldlng A. S. of E. Notice. I to the Tombs and heard (he jcrrl's pens lor rearing them is a.'so 1 bs The Ohio County Union of the A. story. He still insisted that he mur- complicated u the caso of the Bkunk-Aiitoloaure ton skunks aaou'd pc.--, S- - of B. will uKot at thp court hPuso orod Marino after robbing tittn of sandy blllside, In Hartford, Juno the 2jh at ten '$25. vupy a narty shaditl 'by treca and partly ppeu o'clock sbarp. AVould be glad if a I j Once or twice, the fcirl lookjed conland, covered with grasses. An lure members in ,tho county would be temptuously at the man, wtw appearwill afford room far about City ad- present or any ono that 1b iaterestod ed entirely cjalffeient fcvhUe she (wafs. ( who did trying t prove a of tho furflwr. (ence anode ot in ult Bkuulcs. A ' His k'lllag. Both aro locked up o'n a S. L. STUVdSNS, jk poultry setting and having an oc murikr char M. iIRTL, fho'y. barrier at tfoe top, is fcuf- lu es er ov-erto-da- Con- (l Com-'miss'- 24.--T- he al or uti-ina'- I I wounds and the smell of It callod tho atavistic cry of tho "kill" fram tho throa'ts of u quintot of "tamtfl" lions cadged wjitl; the prey, and -- oi in quick mot'ou the heart pf George McOord, a (tralnor standing at tlie atcji of ' car. When McCoill reached tio door of tho arena caUo armed With u pitchfork -- o found it locked against hfen. The o'd lioness, hor hide atr,pel with blood and her Jaws opon tood th0 blotUliig form- - of Dlotrlch trying to fend off tue determined pf blceUiniad beasts. She ntto sorely beset and fast losing btrengtli. McCord itrved to ge at the lions with the p'rtclifork, but it fell .Saort by tivo feet- - II pitched rJSie weapou and shouted to Dietr-cin Cq cc to crab t aifci dtfend himself. Dlet- with Irilbr st'll defending him ?a th3 JiuA ounce cf Jier strength, mado tlie dttempt and fauled. Police and firemen were Bummoiufl and after 'oaslderable dlfficuWy the body was nwcu and tho roaVuni1' animals sulihuod. bc-Juh Annuls Crecelius Law. Affects Pooling Organizations In Kentucky and Helps Loose Leaf Houses. Washington, D. C, June 22 In an. opjnlon handed down today by States Buprome court it was held that tho Crecoliu3 act of the Kea, tucky statutes, mahiuig it legal tor farmers to pool their tobacco, This doclon iwas rondored upon an airpoal by Patrick Coll'iis of Mason county, a farmer, and Thomas Maloae, both of whom were- - heavily fined m the Unitetl States court, presided oyer "by Jude Cochran, for selling their tobacco to l outi'dors, after they had lignoed, '" wltb tho Burloy surety. The court held the law" was iavaJ-iiian- ki declared it to be uaconstutu-tlona- j. -tor-poo- er ADABURG. Rev. L. C. Taylor was a m nourBnn ladsoS aui to at Bell's Run Tuesday June. 16 and he prbachtid his last sermon as pas tor of Adaburs Baptist eauroli Sun day Rev. Ttylor has been called to take charge of two churches in nil-no- 1 Juno 24 Ls. i be - e - hul-Mln- pre-miu- Ded-catlo- 00 fht n, . Doau-merc- ial - con-bernJ- u well-drajn- cd I Prm-IUCNR- Herbert Wedding and Ivan Edge left Thumday for Missouri in search of work- (Mr. Herbert King, of Hartford, vis ited Mr. Zaick King rooently. Mr. Baughn and family, tof Washing ton, visited in this vtclnty Sunday Death of J. M. Rogers. Guar -- v moatine wul b!'-h1at 'Mr. J. M. Rogers d'ed at ihis resiRalph's Chapel next Sunday-am- i Mon dence in Fordsvllle last Sunday day. i morning at 9 o'clock, of U'soases incident tq old age, superinduced by Morrow For Ernst. h's four years Bervice in the OivU Cincinnati, June 23. Edwin P. Mor War. After funeral services by Rev. J- - P. Lewi's at 10 row United States Cstrict Attorney o'clock Monday morning, his re- at Covnigton, Ky., today announced mains wore iburlod in tho FordsV'lle h'--s preference for Richard P. Erast, cemetery. for the Republican nomination for Ho leaves a 'wife, one son, Rv. United Stages Bemtor in Kentucky. Joe B. Rogers Quincy, III.; four Ho sald: "Altho JHs oppoueiA is a man of daughters, Mrs. W. P. Morrison, Mrs. J. H- - Loyd, Fordsvdlle; distingu'shttd ability and would, if Mrs. J. W. Taylor, Lietchfield, and eleojdd refect credit upon his State, (Mr. yet I am for Richard P. Ernst, of Miss May Rogors, ForHlsvilie. years and Covington, for Unltod States Sena Rogers was Boventy-tw- o four months old, had been a "mem- tor. In my opinion Mr. Ernst is the ber of tlie Baptist aliurch for niji'ny most available and strongest candi years and was well known through- date the Republicans pf Kentucky could nominate. He can unite all the eleout the county- ments Jn the party and wtt be par- Torn to Pieces by Lions. ticuary successful In bringing back Chicago June 22. The death of into l'ne Progrjsslves thruout the Emerson Dietrich, killed yesterday State. by lions iwben he entered (the cage "He has alwajs been loyal to h's tdday was declared accidental by the ppjrty aiild has devoted h's time and energy toward building it up anld coroner'a Jury. Adgle CpJaUllo, vaudeville perform- bringing succea to the Republicans er, .who used the lions in her act, in Kentucky. If nominated and elf'ancee of Dietrich, declared George ected. I ahn satisfied that he will McCoifd, keeper, should have entered trea with fairness and impartiality the caso when tho atfafdc was Node. all Repubjcans in the State no mat She asserted there were no nrounds ter what may havo heretofore been for 'McCord to be jealous. tho'r politcal alignment. McCord asserted it would have "He will ujqurtitionaMy moke an been suicidal to enter the cage when actAve, vigorous and energetic cfc)n-paithe beasts attacked the maji'ageri of and mill effect an organization which wiE brns out the entire the actress. voting strength of the Rcipublilacn Chicago, June 22. A squad of po- - party. Hl3 record, both public atJd llce armed witli rifles today ball private, is beyond reproach. From my charge of tho five young lions and I'informatoii aud observation there Is their mother which JasJ night killed a general demand for his nomination and partly devoured their keeper. thruout, Kentucky. A spontaneous exEmerson D'otr.ch. football player aud pression of confidence in his ability The anid in his avapiabillty up a candisou of a Brooklyn atchiltect. animals are tho property of Miss Ad-g.- o date. If nomnateid hi wjll be elected Oostlllo, a vautdovilJo performer, in November and w'H represent Ken She employed tucky in tho Senate, .wifcli credit to who exhibited themDietrJsh as assWtafit, and it 'a said himself and honor to the State." they wero engaged tq be married. Dielricli entered tlie cage to exTaylor-Huds- on. amine h's ict lion, Te4ly, a lualf Miss Flora Taylor and Mr. Alec grown cub, which hwd been injured Hartford, wwq mar-n'e- d au accjdenit. Dietrich opcaiod the Hudson, both of in in Beuvor Dam last Friday even door, pud without any weapona locking at the MoUiodiiit, paipcuiogo by ed it behind him. Trbiy, the oljl y Rev. L- M. Rustwll. lioness, paced lost Dietrich, seom-iag'Mr. Hudson is m tho employe of witihQut rocognU'Ion, but Tedthe dy, ' grown-u- p cub, recogulzed his Cooper & Company und ls one of town, wj,th a roar fa most ppular ynuug man of the friend and playmate daughter of formlaunched hV tawnoy bcMy at him while the bride is a way er County Judgo W. B. Taylor and a with, a spring that took him half bright aud popular young lady. They acrois' the case. w'U reside with the bride's mother pa Tho "heavy iadded pawis of the young .lion struck Dkjtrioh fairly on Washington Street. the shoulders, aud he w&s carrldd Brilliant Meteor. down .to tho floor wlUi tbe huge Ioa Yesterday morning at 3 o'clock cit astraddle of h'a bpdy. Ttjddy cleared himself from the izens of Hatrtfwd und vicinity who protr form pf Diotrlch ami rolled wore awake tuw tlie moat brilliant over on his e'de- - liut another tawny meteor eer" reporiiil here. It moved body flashed tfiirough U air and a from Bast to West and could bo seen grut hajwl, wjlh daws unsheathed, several minute making Jt. 1'gh.t M raked tho side nf th tftllea man day U resembled u Wrtot bal of fire and save ox' spcrks moving la a from scalp to thigh. g course. Blood spruyed from tfatt Messrs. I con-ducgn - The opinion outlllned in the preceding dispatch is one that has been expected from the supreme court by lawyers of this state and fclyyefl about Washington- - It annuls Fooling Jaw passed by fcho legislature of Kentucky. Since the 00-cisfcm' of the highest court of the land recently, in the proaecutioa against tlue International Harveater company, which was fined for violat ing the Kentucky anti-tru- st law 'a a suit brought Jn this state, reversing the Kentucky courts and declaring tlio antf-tru- st law of tills state un- constjuional, lawjers nnii judBea Siave been at variance as to .what would be the effect of that decision on the pooling law. r Tho decision was regarded by to bacco men, both growers and buyers, aB one of great importance tp tbefn. While ll has been prastlcolly graat-o- d that the decision wou td come as it d'd, these interested Jn the pool 'gan'iZations of the iitate have7 ing hoped that a different couabructon would bo placed upon tlie Creceliui law. The decision urtually kills the authority of the tobacco organizations over ithlr meemhers. Ut is agreed fjhat it affords , great advantage to Che1 loose leaf tobacco houses and will mke it easier for 'them f0 oatablisU their mode of tobacco selling us the leading one- t (According to tho above liecis'en, farmers .who had heretofore pooled their tobacco with tho Green River Tobacco Growers' association and ths American Society of Equity, and then sold i to indcpenldont buyers and also over Vm loose leaf floors, as Iwas dene this last season, had a right to-dso, and cannot be prosecuted. o Annual Encampment. All Kentucky trooifcj and one com pany of the 29th U. S. Infantry will camp at Fort, Spring, near Lexing ton, Ky July inclusive- - The ccfmp sitd Js an amusement park mitU all die attractlcus of a modern cUy play ground. It is surrounded by the finest farms aud the finest ecoclc to be found in the United States. There aro many places ot interest in aud around Lexington to bo visited. No doubt this will be the most enjoyable camp the Kentucky troops liavo ever JialL Paragraph 2, G. O No. C, says: "Leaves of afcsenico for the period of tha encaimiunont will be granted for ccgent reasons only. Application for le3e from officers wijl require cho approvtaJ. ot the Governor, and those from thu enlisted men, the approval commniiHer.1' rcglmoutal of the Should (here be justifiable reasons why any member of Co. II cannot go to tlio camp, ho nanti at ouco file such reasons with Lieut. Shown, "mho will forward same to Co). Henry for action. The company commander 19 given no authority to excuse any one from this duty. It ia expected Cut every member bf the company will cheerfully respond, and aUd 1n ever' way to keep up tho pxcelleat record of die company. , '' J. M. DoWEBSE, . Capt. 3d It K. N. 6, fr'tul z'e-za- (ii.rtm jp r n ir i in i r wlmiinfiW jUHvmatrnm! -- -? - The avenge age of all person at death Is thirty tluee years. NOTABLE PEOPLE Cancer yearly kills 2,".000 persons In FOR HOUSEWIVES Total of 47.372.72; persons die anthe United States. nually. Take LydtaE.PinkhamWc Some 'J80 British cities maintain muTotal of 1HIS.5H5 persons die weekly. nicipal market houses. dally. H. Smith, New Haad Alfred stable Com pound and be Total or 12!P.7hs persons die Simple Ash Sifter That PreGcrm-inthinks uf taking up seriousTotal of 5.30.H persons die hourly. Restored to Health, of the New York Central. ly the growing of soy beans. vents Escape of Dust. Nearly ninety persons die every minKngland has ninety-twcentenaute. Kansas City, Mo. -- "The docton told rians. Oermany has seventy-six- . About three persons die every two mo I would never bo a Mother. Every More tliau Il.OOO.OOO gross of pencils seconds. '!; montn uie painn are nnuually made In Philadelphia. Sixty persons died while yo.i 'it wore so bad that C wins containing the servant.' quarters, Howu's llem.-- Kd could not bear ray and overhead was a trapdoor leading Of every 2(H) persons who live to be were reading this Monthly. A narrow ladder led to weight on one foot. to the mof forty years of age. 12." are married. I befjan taking the trapdoor. Argentinian cattlemen are looking E. Plnlchatn'n From the doorway where they stood C)t of a Failure. (o for cheap nnd fertile lands lu Brazil. -kill In Russia a man. Intending Vegetable they could see that the dust of the d There are 103 Presbyterian churches railway nnd had not floor was iintmeked near the window, In Philadelphia, with 51.3.10 members. himself, got In front ol a pulled aside. finished theflrstlxit-ti- e and nny hope that the murderer uilitlit Missouri's 11)1.1 wheat crop amount- train, but was when I Then the authorities took him In bare allied the roof of the wins and ed to oWKtO.S:) bushels, valued at greatly relieve,! and charge. They fined him for disorderly entered the buiHe by the attic window $2S..V).".Sd. i! ' Imperiling I took it until ii- Imprisoned tilm for was at nuce dispelled. i mil St Paul Is the birthplace of a new conduct.life and gave him solitary rnndo mo antin.l Suddenly lilrih touched tits chiefs arm. fraternal order, to be known as the human It well, nnd I now have two fine biuy j "Look there, sir'" he whispered. for Interrupting travel Camels of the World. IClll.ltl lli.lll 111, !?..,,, Ut'lld t,t fill, ttlliP seems to be painfully dlllt'cillt to leave f IrU. I cntinot nrnUi) Lvdl.i F !it.- Havana now has a newspaper dePlain ham's Vegetable CompounJ too highly nud saw the traiv of footprints In the. Russia by any voted to the Interest of the equal rights Dealer. dust. Sjme one had passed from the lor wnat it nos uono tor me. i nhvjyn of women ou the Island. jn.irilr ft wiinl In f.ivnr nf vrmr m. .!...... ladder to the passageway and ironi? John T Baylies, ninety-one- . of Bosluck again. Instantly Birch bad made to other women who suffer when I have Successful Ugly Women. 'a ton, boasts that lie has smoked a pipe detour so as not to disturb the tellMrs. 11, t. wi.nn, Successful women are not always, an opportunity. since he was twenty-one- . tale murks with bis own boots and be of Irreproachable beauty or modeling; 1223 Freemont Ave., Kansas City, Mo, Tiie Germany navy has a salvage Thus the Princess d'Uvull of Louis was up the ladder and was lifting the ItcnilAVlintAnotlicrW'otiinii.'My.H: recor-crtrapdoor. XV.'s time was one eyed; the silt or An Improved type of ash sifter has boat especially designed for the Cumming, Ga. "I tell some sutTer- of sunken submarines. , "Unfastened, sir." be reported: "erl- - been designed by a ll.iltlmore mail. It Slontespan's ni.iiilh reached her ears: Capital punishment was abolished In Mme. de Malnteiiou was thin, meager, ing woman every day of Lydia E. Pink ' J,enUf .Prled u" from the roof lock shakes all the ashes Into a barrel and From laborer In the comtnirtlnn Since then murder yellowish; I.u Valllere lame, (ianrielie ham's Vegetable Compound and what it leaves the cinders and pieces of good Italy In 1S7.1. pnng to bead of n meat railway sy.-has done for me. I could not eat bare Increased 42 er cent. He passed up on to the roof, nnd coal In the selve. The sifter Is a cir- d'Estrees one armed, Anne Itoleyu six sleep, had a had stomach and w.u or tern Is the story or Altera II. JMiiitii. m More tbaif 400.000 pianos are built Angered. Westminster !a i cular affair of Iron with n new president of the New York Cen Sloan followed. misery all the time. I could not do my I be large expanse or flat, tinned roof conical bottom, open at the top. A In this country annually. They are housework or walk any distance without- tral railroad. He Is the third iu suc-- j Got a Bargain. ees.ion of New York Central presl-- i was surrounded by a fanciful Iron rail- - wire screen crosses the top of the cone. valued at nearly $70,000,000. suffering great pain. I tried doctors' ing. In one place the railing bad dls- where It meets the tray portion, and u (he other ("Stimulated glass Is being tried as a "I had my fortune told dents to rle from the lowest grade to medicines and different patent medi - lid tits tightly over all and keeps the preservative a gap of perone woman for the surface of wood day." cines but failed to get relief. My the highest. All three of these meu appeared. There was d , haps fifteen feet. Rlreh crept to the dust from escaping at the top. The In Hngland with much success. "What a waste of money:" said the come from the Lake Shore and Midi!-brought home yourVegetable Comedge of the roof and peered over. Is placed in the top of an ash sifter A plate sterilizing machine for hotels other. pan Southern railroad. First of the, pound and in two weeks I could eat nny runny thing, ue eonimented: "that barrel or can and the refuse from the and restaurants, automatic In Its op"Not at alt. I nre the woman 50 thing, could sleep like a hsaltliy baby, trio wns. William II. Newman, who ,r0" ralIlnS l" du" "e ground heater shoveled into It. The lid l. eration. Is a Frenchman's invention. cents, and she Informed me Hint I am and walk a longdistance without feeling was succeeded by William C. lirown.! looks as though It bad recently theu placed on it. and the receptacle i there Italy has Joined several other Euro- to Inherit $Ini.0ik). Wiisu'l that a good tired. I can highly recommend your who. In turn, has retired. up here." He fallen. Let's have Vegetable Compound to,wom.n who When n boy of fourteen young Smith fetched the rnlet. Rluntthe two detec-- Is shaken thoroughly by means of the pean untlotis lu prohibiting the man- bargain J" Washington Star. and ... .. .. ..... ............ i,. ti... handles at the sides until the tltieiishc ufacture. Importation aud sale of absuffer as I did, and you are at liberty to tivi-- s pointed out the broken ra ling to have sifted through the screen. sinth. Considerate. ase this letter." Mrs. COAEUS Bag-UELake Shore olllces at Cleveland. After' the nstonlshed servant. "Mother, why do they play some of A novel R. 3, Cumming. Ga, traction engine literally be that'.... woiked In ithe purchasing' But. sir.' he protested. "I am sure .. m.i.. r.Z, walks Instead of rolls along, being pro- the music 30 low and smiio mi loud?" I Suet Pudding. ' " """" "' was not broken yesterday, liecause "; railroad "So that the people who are hard of the mechanical branches of One cupful of finely chopped suet vided with four legs shod with broad the gardener would have removed It. hearing can get their money's worth." shoes. ing. be' resigned his clerkship and took He cut the grass yesterday and cleaned two enpfuls of flour, one cupful of YOU si Job iu one of the construction gangs. up Swedish farm laborers, who are -- Philadelphia Ledger. sweet milk, one cupful of raisins, one the yard thoroughly. You see. It He worked as a laborer for several has fallen directly underneath the li- teaspoouful of soda dissolved In a cup hired by the year, receive an average Amplifying It. years, becoming general foreman of brary windows, and some of it sticks fill of New Orleans molasses, half a wage of fS." annually, with board and OUR "I understand Colonel Flusbhy garo construction work. In 1S0O Mr. Smith right up In the turf." cupful of walnut meats. Sit-atwo room lu addition. a good account of himself in the war." The first film piny erer shown was was. made superintendent of the Kala-- ( f hours. Serve witu lemon 'You beard no sound in the night. and "So be did and has been giving a bet" mazoo division and eleveu years Iateri vol are sure2' sauce made with one cupful of sugar some forty feet In length. "Quo Sun. which required li00 actors. Is ter one ever since."-Biltlm- ore Treatment unu fvuiui'u int.-- inisiuuii ui I'liri.u "I am sure. sir. I sleep in the wing one tablespoonful of cornstarch and on a film S.0O0 feet long. ' buiwnmraueiiL ui u.e ..aue ouuru. ymder and at tDe lle:u f my lM.d ,, one heaping tablespoonful of buttei for WEAK All philosophy In two words sustain In this country there are about 277.-00- 0 year later be was transferred to tbe,a be tnat connt,t.N wltu Mr. UIu. well mixed together. Pour over till acres, sutlicieut to support (.0."0 end abstain. Eplctetus. .. , -, New York Central system as general nlnn.. room LUNGS or one pint of boiling water, boll for a n superaitenuenc nnu in r.niii was mane the bouse next door was coming home few minutes, stirring constantly, and cattle or 5.",i'iUO sheep, now. worthless CONSUMPTION Got Rid of Your Rheumatism. general manager. from a party very late last night or after removing from tire squeeze in because of the prairie dogs. vice president and Japan is rapidly developing the celluLast March Mr. Smith became senior early this morning, and she d win res ! the Juice of half a lemon. The pud Now is the time to get rid o' your If you mention this paper we will send you of the New York Cen she saw a big blackbird hovering over ' ding and sauce should be terred steam loid Industry us all the raw materials a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for for its manufacture except nitric add rheumatism. You can do It if you that tired, feeling, coughs, pains tral lines, ue is aiso preMuem or i tllIs nouse she ,s Vur. lug hot. aro produced In that country. apply Chamberlain's Llalmunt. W. A in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak the Lake Shore and Michigan South-- i ,,.,., and i suppose she's Imagliied that The Bulgarian government has com- Lockhard, Homer C 3y, N. V., wr.tcs, luriK'3 or consumption. ern. President Smith is in his fiftieth sIuce uearlng of the murder" Potato Scones. missioned an Austrian factory to colli "Last spring I sufored from r'aeuma-- . OHIO MEDICAL CO. ' "Vnrr ear. i!il S!lr,.iM In n n.vnl. " i "" ingredients: mx potatoes, one cup. a variety of pieces, 20, 10 and o sto- " . I.I.. tniin nn.l 1,1a ..v.,., ...... ti....n ..f 1,1.3 ' . . n r KrW'"n one tablespoonful tlnks. One hundred stotlnks equal 19.3 tlsm with terrible ikcs :n my arms L Navy. Winslow of the young assistant with a Hgnlflejint ,,,. cents. and shoulders. I got a bof.le of t,,..nnonfl,,nf . In naHl elides at Washington the Ki,nce. "Thank you. P.lnnt. That will' . Chamber a:n's Lln.ment and :h f rst lewder, one egg. ',,., cupful o! To P. event Blood Poisoning opinion prevails that Hear Admiral d0 for the present." Turkish tobacco has now become the ng one .V relieved .! c.uueron Jicuae Miisiow win com- . in or milk. onHiiilf... a-- teuspiNinfnl staple crop on eighty farms in South aplicatlou It I wasme. By ui cured " iprly at once the vrnnilcrful oM reliable DR .... .... When the valet had disappeared Tea ..,. - r..,, UKTi:KSANTIsiUTIC!IHALlNGOIL.aiiA eat rely niiiml thP Afl.iiillc- U.M.f on fts nnss.-i.1.., l4l,UUUI II,i...i. .1.... ... , .. ' ul, "'"' I"'eN " nisuuj iui suc- bottle of "IUU' ? UIUJPfU iL. Cll water until well done, mash and Africa, all of which have been i ical dressing that relieves pain and heals .tn.,..1 I.V,,r.l ,lln Io,t .(..,., v.iu.ti ,l..... .1... UUU at unees anu, maue allil i cessful lu the production of this type For sale by All Dealers. me ins .. ie same time. Not a liniment. lie. S0c.tl.0a " searcuing beat up until very smooth: then add of tobacco. waterway Is opened to the amlnatlon of the roof. In the slight world's commerce in lit 5. Until he layer of dust some clew might be the egg. cream and melted butter The English postotllce has 2C10.i,Vi Sift together the flour, salt and bak- miles of single wire, made up of 313,- hauled down bis flag a few weeks ago found. ln. nntv.lni- tlr till fntn tinfntfi mir. S05 for (elegp.iph. 2.23-- .2 Hi for tele WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH Hear Admiral Winslow was second In It's here. slr"-- he looked up with n ,n,x Mo flnn do.ll;ll ro ,.. phones and i2,030 for private aud command to Hear Admiral Badger, smiling face "the tracks of the iig SSO.00 a Week, almost SIO.00 a Day commander in chief of the Atlantic blackbird.' And the dNcovery reveals I to a thickness of half an Inch nud cut leased wires. fleet. Early Iu the year Admiral Bad- bow the other two murders were com- Into squares with a sharp knife. Bake The granite statue of King Edward on a hot griddle. f SolllnB Victor Safes anil boxes ger Is to retire, and gossip has It that mitted." VII., recently dedicated at Aberdeen. to mrrclmnlH, iluctora, ltiNjem, ilenllnta and Is believed to be the first granite statWinslow will succeed him. farmer, nil of hum realize Hie need Sloan knelt down beside him and of a bin do not know howeany it la to own ue of a ruler erected since the days of Hear Admiral Winslow Is rery pop- watched the movement of Birch's AnVirginian Sweets. one. Salesmen dcclaru our proposition one of nioney.ms.klnK opportuniin the navy. He is noted as a gers as be pointed out the tracks made tlie best, clean-cu- t potatoes iu slices about the Pharaohs. ular Cut sweet ties ever received. Without pre loin eiivrl-onc- e navigator and Ids service with the At- - by the rubber tired landing wheels of half an inch thick and put a layer In a Philip Voss recently paid $50 for an YOU can duplicate tlio succesi of others. Our uaudaoinelv llluxtrated 2uMir lantic fleet outdates that of any other an aeroplane. When the machine bad baking dish, sprinkling freely with inch of land In New York city. The i.lm. will enable you to present the subject to eua-a, manner as tliouan made Its departure It had carried away flour and udding small pieces of butter, Inch was needed to give him a clear miners iu on imeri-iiiuthem through our factory, lien title to a piece of property which be you were pilotingadvice and Instructions' for aelllnir aptwintcd an fifteen feet of the ornamental railing a little salt and sugar. Add another a? safe, cliinr. sa:emt-- receive layer of potatoes as above until the already owned. w4swsiYe: ur's? , .s from the roof. convincing talking point! which it in Impossible for a prospective customer to deny. WM your Wclnlty before someone els nets tbe terrltoryt the dish Is nearly full. Cover the top with Loudon Herald was the first don't YOU be only first to apply from of each locality. The "Find a foreigner who answers to ono salesman out We can favor the description of Van BenJIdck. If a thick sprinkling of flour and as much English newspaper to employ a war The 22th anniversary of our butter us you think It needs. Cover correspondent This was George Borcompany was celebrated by be Is a skilled aviator he's your man," erecting the moat modern aafn all with boiling water and bake Iu a row, who wrote of the Carlist lighting was Sloan's decision. factory In the world. Wideawake men wlio received our "You remember that the residence of medium oven, basting occasionally in Spain In 1830. selling Inducement, When India has 313.000.0(H) people, less than Mr. Fllckinger Is of litis sjme type-f-lat with the water in . the dish. rii red It iMottatv; to sU oar out rut. We r eensvtrai roof and so forth?" questioned done the top should be nicely browned half of whom cau read even the'nn-- ' many thousands oC dollar es and the sirup of a creamy consistency tlve vernaculars. Nevertheless there Birch as they returned to the otlice. laraine our gales orjtanltatloa bus to learn all particular, are 05S newspapers aud 1.002 periI also recollect "I remember, and VIII cost you oafy the prloe 4 odicals published there. postal card. that Thomas Benson lived at the Hotel Mincemeat. The lowest human habitation Is said Batwell. and bis room was In the anThree piuts chopped meat, two lean Ask for Catalogua 16T. nex, a flat roofed wlug. and one fat: three pints of chopped to be that of the coal miners In Bohemia, some or whom make their Once in the ofllce Sloan picked up dried apples, one pint each of currants, THE VICTOR the afternoon edition uf a New York molasses and vinegar, two piuts each dwellings at n point over 2.000 roet below the level of the sea. newspaper. Suddenly he uttered a of raisins aud sugar, throe tablespoon-fulSAFE & LOCK GO. of cinnamon, two talilespoonful The department of public Instrucsharp exclamation and pointed to a each of cloves and allspice and one tion and flue arts of Spain has been glaring headline on the trout page. CINCintUTI, OHIO Our Ntw Homa CMclty 20,000 Safes Annually. allotted $1)3,000 for use toward estab"You won't hare to look any further, i stilted nutmeg Put nil In a srewpan and moisten i lishing and improving workshops of Birch: Your man's found and los- tthe country's Industrial schools. with the broth in which the uinat wa gone to his reward! Listen to this: v.vssi-sVs4sAgricultural laborers In India are "'Another daring aviator met death cooked. Salt to fiste. Cool; all to usually paid In kind, but in the canal mluutes. early this morning in -- nine unknown gether about forty-liv- e colonies, where labor Is scare, as much manner. liudolf BenJId k. well ttuuwu as 32 cents a day Is paid for hired las a fearless tiler, was found crushed Tomato Jelly Salad. to death under the body of his heavy To one can of tomatoes add half as abora high rate for that country. TRY IT 10 DAYS ' aeroplane on the grounds During the past ten years more than of the Broad- - much water as there are tomatoes mid brook Country eiuh It is not known boll a few minutes. Rub through a 220.000 persons are said to have been ' Since last June, over at what moment or under what circum- colander and. using the tomato Juice, killed In India by snake bites, wldle 12,000 offices have adopt--e- d IIKAI. ADMIUAI, P Jl'll WINSLOW. stances BenJIdck met his death, but it add gelatin In proportion as given on tigers, leopards mid wolves have ac-- 1 tliis Adder. flag i with It. He wa is supposed that be was trying out the the gelatin box. Season with salt, pep- counted for another 1 1.000 deaths. Each took the machino Ixirn lu Washington In is." I and Is (the big machine which he recently pur- per. hnrseradUb and Worcestershire average area administered by a The on trial. Each made n nephew or the late Admiral John A chased. An Investigation is being sauce. Pour Into molds nud allow ranger on the federal forests of the Winslow, the famous commander ol made into the matter"' ten-da- y teat. them to harden. Serve on a lettuce United States is about 100.000 acres. ! the old when that ship sanR Robert Birch had arisen aud was but- leaf, with a spoonful of salad dressing In Germany the area administered by They found the machine the Confederate cruiser Alabama o.T toning bis CO.lt. en top of the mold. ti man uf equivalent rank Is about 700 ' to be rapid and compe' the French eo.ist He N a graduate "I'll be there at that Investigation." acres. tent. Even a child can of Annapolis of the class of 1S75 and he said grimly Twelve cities and towns of Ecua- Cauliflower a la Hollandaite. operate it. And anyone, will arrive lit the retiring age In litlil. Two days afterward be returned to) Serve boiled cauliflower lu a sauce dor are considering or have lu course , lu ISUS. in the Spanish war. Admiral, the offlee with a chain of evidence that made of with little practice, can cupful of butter. of completion waterworks Improve then lieutenant, Wiimlow led the lit- left no doubt thit the unlucky aviator tablspoouful of vinegar, the ments, six are studying sewerage compute a hundred figtle party that cut the cables off Clen bad been the uitudcrer of the three yolks of two eggs, a few grains of nroj,HisItIousund (tree are considering , ures a minute. fuegos. Culm, lu order that the Spun meu. whom he believed bad worked cayenne, cupful of IhjIHup pavlug. It does all thf--t is clone Uu forces might Imve no communica- him barm. The jdioe he had worn cor. water. One-halteaspoouful of musA flexible wire window screen tbut pad it tr by $150 machit.-es- , tion with V"dild The cutting of the responded In every detail with the foou tard and a tcaspoonful of sugar may a Wisconsin limn has Invented Is atsj H vi XK-S'"ass cables was done In the face of n ter- prints found In the attle of the Minit aaii never makes mistakes. be added If desired. tached to the lower sash In such a rific Ore fiuin (be Spaniards on shore imi u bouse, and lu bis pockets were (Ills the manner that it unrolls and Every office, store and ' and by nwiny lias been termed the fouud not only Mr. Illnrnan's Jewelry, i li window to wbstever exteut the sash Pollthinj Mirron, factory needs this American Adder, None will go without bravest ni of that war. For his serv- but diamonds tuat were afterward it after very dull and speckled be raised. if mirrors are knowing; what it does. ices on tint Ht'iiblou he was adrnn'-eIdentified aa the property of James the following method U 6tlu was once the senort of Rome. eicelleut: Ask us to send one on ten days' free trial, it incurs FHcklnger. fve nuinlicia. hi grade. He was Take a small portlou or whirug aud It Is now practlcully a deserted Tino oblica- - 1 to (tie White House staff as tion. Learn what it means to you. Telephone us now. Built by There was nothing left to do In the add sittlltiet.t cold tea to It to make n llage, iufested with malaria, and owing biiviil aid li the second Uoosevelt ml matter. Retribution bud overtaken the AMERICAN CAN CO.. CHICAGO. Sold by piste: rub the glass dry wi i a aoft to the couttumil deposit of sill from 2 Silulstratloii. Mia. Wliwlow U niMtizh-- murderer before he mate av of cloth: then rub a little of ie paste the rirer. two aud n half miles from J or'.!iVlii(t' flenry 0. naremour b!a guilty gains. Tbo "big blackbird" place ren be reached only eil ou (tie mirror nnd polUb dry with tbe sea. the, of NVt YmU cllj. by bicycle or motor. bad proved a bird of evil omeu to hltn IliiiUe paptr. SNAPSHOTS AT "You're senrcbed erery room In l'i bouae. ItlrcbV Yes, nud bud n man to tnkf ntiird of all linger print. I s.iy every rtmii lu the bouse. TIutc one pliue I'vi been tliniili. and Pre n notion to jjr there UKiilti. Come with me." tlintujtli tin Sloan followed IHn-lball mid up a ttltslit of Htalrx to the third floor, where ibere were nerenil biflrbiiuiber and a lillllnnl room iiii the dcr the lumiwinl roof, ii door led Into an open little tb.it ran across the kick of the house. A window at the b.iel: overlooked the i pns-sag- e ROUND THE WORLD HELPFUL HINTS The popu'iitlon of the uorld Is about l.23.3iM.O0) persons. The Dane of Death. MRS. WINN'S flDViCETOWOMEN a o f P? 0k Com-poun- 1Ssl iii fn. ..- -.I I rutite.-Clevcl- and I y . I ( .... V. m. '" (t one-hal- 9Sa WILL TAKE .,. HHi fAmf run-dow- n FREE Sid v7 -- m,,,,...., J I ' !,,.,...,,...,,, nr. &&? I J p.- """'" '"'"" iii-i- ..i. J ,, $200. - - That's , well-to-d- o LsU T tJL .HHasj, l i, s The $35 American Adder otlici'r-inmiecie- Keai-Mitg- ! one-fourt- oQe-lm- lf one-thirf Amj' I r CARSON &GO-- , nit?MMMfrmMm Hartford, Ky.L ) vijT" -- - K SMITH, Pre. II. I). PA YM', Sec nrdTrcns. J S LIACII,.Mnnimer. AGRAZYCURRENGY HE A CAUGHT THE KHEDIVE. I V China Has a Monetary System tonsillar repreentntle of the I'nited States at AletaiKlrl'i lie reiehul a call one 'morning from the piesldent of mi That Borders on the Chaotic. , Breezy American Who Made the Mott of Hit Opportunity. When ll AlcMimlcr I'owell was the j: UNIT OF VALUE IS THE TAEL Yet the Tael li Neither a Coin Npr an Ingot, but Merely an Abstract Term, and Signifies a Unit of Weight Silver Shoes and Cash on a String. I , the Chinese. I'eilmps (he fnct that triule nourished In China Ions before such n tiling its currency was known accounts for the fact that the Chlnene. with such n lar system as they now In the front rank i possess, still stand of commercial nations. In China all forms of ctehatiKe from barter up art In use. A very large part of the country's business Is done against the actual delivery of weighed sller. For coincidence silver Is melt-- i ed Into rough luguts having the shape of the Chinese shoe. These silver mmJBjt0Stmnm aatiaBatnLBaamV 8k nP shoes have stamped upon them their ESKftiiZdttBi Oneness and weight. The unit of weight Is the tael. which Is equal to a (piautlty of silver weighing DM) grains tioy and Is worth about VO cents In our money. J' MfiTii ftHVi ii na ThiT inii The tael Is not nn Ingot nor n coin, . but simply an abstract term signifying - -- fcjtiea. u milt of weight, such ns a "pound" of , . ,. ''4zr:riTit?7rt. - ' i butter or an "ounce" of gold. Though an abstract term. It Is the measure of through j wealth and the unit of vnlue out the length mid breadth of China. A man buys a business for so many tnels of silver. Ills profits are computed In tnels. When he makes payment he weighs out the silver according to thlji unit The sliver shoes vnry In weight from one to seventy-liv- e tnels. All silver shops and banks have forges, where the silver Is melted in Iron ladles and poured Into molds. The smelters with The Complete House Furnishing Store their Indies and molds remind one of cooks They stir the silver with a pair in Western Kentucky. of metnl chopsticks. To one notawnre of what they were doing It would be Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Window Shades, natural to &uppoe that they were enMatting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators shown gaged In concocting something good to eat. In the process of recasting the in large varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S Ingots their fineness Is often changed, WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. being either Improved or debased, whichever best suits the interests of the shop. Hankers and money changGiven Mail Orders. We ers are able to determine the quality of the silver by the sense of touch. Mention The Republican) The sellers or depositors are always at their mercy und must often submit to the operation of having their silver rdlscounted on account of "bad touch." In the Interior of China small purchases are made with copper coins with satin re holes In the center. These are called "cash" and are threaded on SUCCOal 'MXtNTf MM .string so that they may be carried SPECIAL OFFER: across one's shoulder or on a pole. A -- 1 saaaa5BAE?.waasf Hew.Se.la.ee, AtrlalwUl' JstokalUoar permanent customer. string of 1.000 of these rash Is worth rm Uttci.haw U obtain patenta, bum 70a I cumutli rlC. IN ILL COUNTRIES. ulout KO cents In our money. Somenetr.a JtusUtH ihrrrlnu natungm money an l fjitn irrjvmi. silver are chipped from times bits-o- f Patent ind InlrUpmmt pnciict ucmuuij. plica ec the silver shoes and nsed for small eaAiuimcr.B Writ A. mim Inlllll Wrttt toay; Mention thlt Paper. purchases. When traveling In the InTU tltktt ItTMt, MT VllM fUUl rtMt OBM, I ., wtiwitCTgn, p. c. MVMMMMMkMMMWl terior oneofmust take with htm n large amount silver shoes, exchanging SEND IO CENTS i to lent tirtif ill pcklr u4 rtMlva tltte Tafotfel them for strings of cash at the various with ay blf l CoUeClMB ato! MtMli. FUat Bk, BMltfet. ot SMda, ruau. tc JJ shops. The money changers have two iiMraeuTi t, 11m MU I Hmt wttlM .4 sets of scales, one to be used In the H. W. IwkkM. "" "fSSMKUL j purchase of silver and the other In the selling of It. In an attempt some years ago to InIf you aro not fnmlllar with Llppln- troduce a currency bused on western cott's you aro doing yourself and models the Chinese government pur) the publishers an injustice. chased and put Into circulation several million Mexican dollars. The people took to the new coins and called for more. The provincial governments then set up mints and began to coin Chinese dollars of approximately the same weight and fineness as the Mexind TRADEMARKS proiuUj obtained In can dollars. They nlso coined an enorI U couumra, or no lea. Weobulu PATCNT8 mous amount of subsidiary Items In , I at our THAT PA!. atert.a tlwrn the shape of small sliver coins and he Standard Fiction Magazine, I eiUl, .UliTclp you to SUCCCSe. FREE report hena irodci. bbotoor sketcn for copper pennies ou latfentabllltr. M yean' prertlc. 8UR, of America" Soon It was discovered that the new PABSINQ REFEFiENCCB. ForrrMUaU uook an rrum.til. rmeiui writ to currency was as unstable as the old. 03.BOS Savsnth NOW IX ITS 4Cth YEAR The value of the dollar In relation to p. a. the subsidiary coinage varied from day ffe Cents a Copy to day. The cent was never worth the $3.00 a Year hundredth part of u dollar. Some days 110 cents were required to make up (The first mngazlno to originate the 1, nnd ou other days It took 130 rents. Idea of publishing a complete Similarly the value of the dollar as novel in each number.) compared with the tael was continually fluctuating. Sometimes $100 would A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION bring TO tnels and at other times only Trit iV). It was sickening to the people, BRINGS YOU SEWH40 hut very profitable to the money MACHINC changers. Harper's Weekly. 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short OF DO 60 Timely Articles. Stories. QUALITY.' r. The Motart Cycle. Striking Poems. 200 Pages of The only works of Mozart designed for the stage (there are nearly n 'score of tbemi that have remained regular NOT Lipplnco'tt'B la enjoying a big re"repertory operas." bs the Germans SOLO Thousands of vival of popularity. say. nre "Don Giovanni," "Figaro" anil UNOEIt new readors havq been adddd to its "The Magic Flute." Once In awhile, ANY subscription Un during the post OTHER however, a Mozart cycle Is given In one of the larger German cities, and few months, and its circulation is NAME. ibis Includes generally, besides the Increasing rapidly. a nanus). "Idomeneo.'' threw WAMANTCa FOR' AU. TIME. "Die Kutfiihrung." "Cosl Fan Tjittl" you wlH ind "Clefa-eoxIf you purchase theNKW HOMK dl Tito.". Argonaut THE HOW TO have a life aaiei at 'the price you pay, and wlU oX Kpalrs. COSTOP GOOD READING not have an eadleaa chain. Knew His Man, "Why did you tell that man job y for Send don't smote when you do?" "I bad a good reason." Uiplicott'aUttli was going to give yon i ilgur." "No:'l know that chap. He was goChaapM Uis ng to aik me for one." Detroit, Krwe m Sa Nw' Edition Just PuMtobfd-ifoill I 4 I'ress. Swsea 0 nnKuv. jjfeENT WtfeB UPON REQUEST tt7 vJi Among all the fine arts oec of tbt If yon,wantaaeirh'EOiac'jlne,'wrlta foe i nest is ikm of paliitlsg c&esks latest c U!fu,e before you purchase. W lin health.- - Kosklu ' Or tliu nmny xtrciimc things In CIiIiim not tin' lenxt Rtrniua I Its currency. To I lie foreteller ll seeiiH n intrude that liny hiMiicsti etui lie (tiitisiicteil successfully with such n medium or It tins lieen described us oxcIiiiiikl. clinotle. Necrtlieless huslness mid trade nourish in Clilnn. which sponkH volumes Tor the huslness nciitneti of I I I f I i I -- .V.ni. 1 .., THE E. W. SMITH CO. at.. Owensboro, Kentucky Largest Prompt Attention Pay The Freight. American (otiterti engaged In the man-uf(.tine or agricultural und well drilling maclilneiy. This man explained, that he was passing through l!gypt nnd iiskeil If It would he possible to obtain an audience with the t'licdlve. t In "The Funnier" Mr. Powell .gives uu amusing acioiiut ot the Inter- view; Agriculture and Its attendant problems or Irrigation and fertilization constitute the sole hobby and amuse-incu- t of the khcdlvc. He Is conse- queiitly a ready ami liberal purchaser of all liupiocd Opes or agricultural inuclilucr.. which he puts to practical use on his gteat estates The request nT inv coiiitiiitrlnt was dulv transmit-- " ted to the grand master of ceremonies, and shortlj thereafter a reply reached me that named the day and hour when his highness would retch e us at the. palace or Itas Proi k coated and lop hatted we drove to the palate ou the day appointed, were recched by the olllclals of the household and shown Into the audience room, where his highness stood awaiting us. After a cordial greeting the khedhe drew me down beside him ou a small sofa and motioned to my companion to take a chair opposite us. "It gles me particular pleusuie." 1 began, "to present Mr. K. to your highness, as lie Is an authority on agricultural machinery, n subject lu which your highness Is, I know, much Interested." "Say. khcdlvc." exclaimed my fellow countryman, suddenly leaning forward and emphasizing every sentence by waggling his linger under the august nose. "I've got the niftiest little proposition in well drilling machinery that ever struck this burg, nnd ir you don't Jump at the chance to get In on the ground tloor then all I've got to say Is that you're throwing away the chance of your lifetime!" The khcdlvc. being naturally quite unaccustomed to this form of verbal assault and still more unaccustomed to having any one wnggle u Unger under bis nose, at first drew back haughtily. Then the humor of the situation dawned upon hint, and as the river of tulk. which Is one of the chler reliances ot the trained American salesman, flowed steadily on he became Interested In spite of himself. Now nnd then be interjected u pertinent question and ended the audience by giving the American nn order for several thousand dollars worth of American machinery, which, when 1 last beard of It. was giving excellent satisfaction on the royal farms. n l.-iskhe-dive- 's ,k i"3 bS Ci-T- '" i.5 l FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN IVora foundation of Iho Stnto to t!i pr.i.nt lime The only complete collodion In existence ricturei of nl! rrcldsnt of t!e Ut ItcJ State , from to VWlon. 11a i of all Nations In coiot. lliocry latcft KcntuAy Map slionlir Countlcj.trw r ,r.ilroail8,C.on-urcjslon- al riUtrl cU. Latct Kentucky t ci.mw. conip'etem.ipoftliaUi.lterlfcutt. 1 ullnnilccnrlctcmapoftlic IntlicIIIstorluilKtntui.IcyrUtcliUiivinllcpolltical uoill. eta. ttrsfrom thcfounhvliaof the fctatc to t'ic present time. All It In IjJcj: All State Ouici !3. 1'xrcutlvc Dciattmcnt. each Dctnrtme-it- s of the State Gocmmcnt lth the lirndJ of force uitli their eal rlcs. Various Droartracnt ami 1 10 Kentucky Uninlsnnd Ciurts with their fUff with officer; and salatics. Political Committees nnd OrcanUatlcns of the 3t.te.. Kentucky UrlttJ bcucs Senators Kentucky Cliicf fcpeakers of the Kentucky House. Ccint.remldr.al Jutl-ct)isltl ts. Hailrmrl CotnmUslon rs. S:natorlal UUtrlcts. Counties of Kentucky, when made and from what Counties. AU of Iho Vital Statlitici of Kentucky. This unique and valuable Atlas is free to all Evening l'ost subscribers. If not now a subscriber, send $3.00 for a full year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six months' subscriplion by mail. PIcata underitind. lhe rates are by mall only, end not through carrier or agent. ll-- o V.'cth-ttiEt- on All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors iir- fig. 5 - t, cle-lc- il OUR SPECIAL COfJBlNATION OFFER: Daily Eronina Pott, one year Kentucky CoTernor'a Wall Chart 00; ' tfritliJ af t . Hartford Republican, 1 r ALL THREE FOR - - - (3.00 $1.50 $1.0 ,$3.50 - I I UlaJ v 1 Jbuw- - Fare!,,300 BCTWCCr DAILY 9 TKC GREAT " i rcn. jrrier la cjsw wrjcr . !:!? "ZZZAXDZZZ i i iuis.ihui, SEEDS' t SISSI J OK tort-th- -- sVU ftWM L teacher, speaking ol to her pupils on moral cleanliness, offered a prize for the best written or printed motto that would teach tbe lesson of personal purity. " she said, "that tbe motto must bear especially on the necessity for Inward cleanliness the purity of a heart us pure and Spotless as polished gold." Last Sunday one of tbe smallest of the boys banded In a placard printed In big blut-- letters. "Where did you get this?" the teacher asked. "Swiped It this morning off Tony's bootblack stand outside the corner barroom." Tbe motto read: "Shine Inside." New York Sun. A Sunday-scho"Hen-ember.- Well, It Is a Good Motto. Erie and fOty of Buffalo.'1; , M.gine.tSti."SEEANDBCE." Dadly CLEVELAND end BUFFLP May lktopc.lat Arri ita A?lt. (Central SuoiI.nl Tin.) Ufk-r- . "J Cioailin CennmloM. .t DoCIo for Magara Fall, aod all Eattrra trawportatlen Tolnt.. nallrseJ an mmr aieaaMea. Art, . ri...l.n.l .nj ll.ir.lo are cimm! for S. ji1. i freo. V.rile lit lur "Vanaie Uluuted bo.kl yir ..fl.l tra for tlekeU via C. d 1. Uu. - i. 0 . ... il t -- . intn .1 nn pisswra- n tatonacr (r- - THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO -- Cleveland, O. S53 Poor Provider.- An old negro in Texas was asked If he was going to register. He wished to know how he would have to proceed. On beng told that he had to swear to support the constitution, his eyes widened, and, drawing a long breath, he said he couldn't d It, because he couldn't support himself. Daily Courier-Journ- al $6 a Year LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE m Uiorou-MJ- Adverbs. In English speech the words that sin most against clear expression nre adverbs. Thus under stress of dire need you may say. "Come here, quick!" or "Come here quickly!" The former Is theoretically Incorrect, but It carries the Idea. The latter Is theoretically correct, but ll lacks force. Adveibs are poor things compared with adjecsociety tives. Indeed. If an should ever be organized I desire to record lieio und now an appllcatluu for membership. Ellwood Ilendrlck In Atlantic. anti-adver- b "About fivo years ago 1 ibogjri taking Cliamberlaln's Tablets after Buffering from indjgstlon and cona"Tpa-tlo- n for years without finding anything to relievo me- - Chambcr'aln's Tablets helped me at onco nnki by using them for several weeks I was cur ed of tho complain," writes Mrs. Mary B. JIc.Mul!pn, Pholps, N. Y. For salo by All Dealers. Not a Politician. If a man Is too pioud to beg and too honest to steal, declares Jerome, ho has no business getting into politics. Memphis Commercial-Appeal- . Indigestion and Constipation. Sunday Courier- - Journal $2 REAL ajear NEWSPAPERS wwninuTun, Strt, To Identify the Corpse. In the blanks which lire Insurance companies piovlde their medical examiners for use In recordlug the data of the examination or the applicant for insurance they provide n space for 'marks which may be used to Identify tbe Insured after death. One company recently received u report from uu examining physician with the following In the Identification blank: "He bus a strong Cornish accent" IJpplticott's. per-sou- Hu-no- ttafyCg T,o-da- in AY0P01 Mg A Steward. Teacher John, can you tell me what Is meant by a steward? Johu-- A steward Is a man who doesn't mind bis own business. Teacher Why. where did you get tbuMdeu? John Well, I looked It up In tbe dictionary, and It said. "A man who attends to tbe affairs of others." I.oudou-- Mall. oih-tii- u , Oftentimes tha Way. When a miiu taken a dislike to you tber; Is no nse At trying to square It If you do him a favor be tbluks be has you bluffed.' and If you do blm an Injury be is Justified In bis first Impression. Washington Star. A Man and a Dollar. During courtship a man MsUy saakes a dollar look like 30 cental After 'marriage' be tries to make' 80 rents look It We a dollar. Tbat'ls-bia- s easy. Chicago News. Bareaiir 1913-191- iHktf lit r Tt-rbu- p IffigW, j.i,ypncoA!r wwnrew .tr&fJ Hiiiu te No legacy Is So. rich as honesty. TW Umm fBHBJD VMuuilMUy Pa aVTaVf OBBSJq lafllK. rBaaui laWTVW gbakespeurs. "I could scratch myself to pieces" Is often heard from suferere of Eczema, Tetjter, Itch and similar Skin News Eruptions. Ddri't Scrubbh Stop the Itching at once with Dr. Hobsonte Ec zema Ointment. Its first application of starts healing; the Red, Rough, Soajy Itching Skin is Booljied by tho Healing and Cooling Medicines. Mrs. Elnfeldt, hock iBiurvil, I.I.. after Are you Interested 'In what is takusing Dr. Hobson's Eczcnia Olntniout, ing place Way by day all over; the writes: "Tin's is the first time, in world? It .you are you NEED THE ' nlno years 1 have, been frttt from lio COURIER-JOUNRAdreadful ailment." Guaranteed. 50c It there la an aecnt in your town at your Druglsti give him a trial order one moqth- Daily 50 cents, with Sunday. 75 ooats. Explains a Mystsry. If there Is no. agent In ,your tow, "It has always been my Idea," re- give your order to the , paper in Man on tbe Car, "that marked the this advertisement appears . elbow' f which something. Jostled , Nature's when she wk pouring the seed Into (you may aet ( a special,; cmouing' rate), or, send the order ( direbt, to the watermelon." tbe Courier-Journa- ), ,t , has WEEKLY, qOUWER-JOURAFor An Impalrd Appetite. been dlsc9ntIoutJ,'"t FJjClJM AND and FAMILY, a"moet ejfceljcftt, IllustratTo Improve the. appotlte worThy 8trengtheii(Uie digestion try a few ed monthly ,(moliM,YiB doses ot CluimberWn.'B'.Tiiiblets. ' Mr. successor. The 'pjrlcejOnly"? ceata J." H. Self,Aoi' ,Dtrc4jt,Uch says: a year, Ask for a saaapfMXpy. , "They 'restored yv a'apelt when . CoilfijWi'irn.l-.Ciiiiiiilsf'reJJevVid nie of a' bloafjod 'feelpleaauikt and satising ttfil caused a' Incorporatsd factory movement of tf boviels-- For sale by All Dealert.v , , , Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles. Best Best Best Best Best National News State News Local News Market Reports Foreign BePoliticalws Best Everything Best for Everybody C-- L. V i F aataea D.i - t nia,nii,HBiniiina'nMtWiwm"f leaiaaanieali .aa JWM ll mailiiiHyw.lanemavl' " .- -' txicaj.Xivfti fc Kalis- The f'flB tor awhile lorc fif-- 1 out tobacco the bettor H w'11 1; NEW TARIFF for them. Our prediction is that tivii str.pes, but In March, ISIS, the , km w;.a changed, reducing the stripes wJJ sink to the old trust prices, withro.tottlof' law BRINGS PROSPERITY to the original t'.i'rtecn and providing iKfortfloc fistrl Ky., m mullto matternt oltkfthf fecund out the poo'. Tlio court decision hn Btiforil. f. a Ur for etfjli suite. The eiu-- . not ki)lU the trust but lt will KK1 clnM, 0 uie.ni bearing fotry-e.s- .t slaw, now :he farmer organizations. c fl.rj.s v.r o.ie- - tonth of the lniil are C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Yes, to Foreigners, but to Our t THE FIASCO. -- ad is rovorod cf i iv by more ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor i V .jk v,..o owe it i'0 optl ullrgiaiice Own People It Brings Less Emf T ic end is failureUiuu nay baai.cr over kissed by t.ie l and gh lt how ono will; Address all communications to 1'iuse ployment and Less Wages. Un'vSes. J ae. ;.t the .aterrupted proceedings In Hie Hartford Republican. l i. .j d:ff.cu!t to rvaize Uo coiidl-U- .i (he .'glit of a postponement; allm't f vff . w.il when the Anierw.n NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS that a recess sometimes ninltcs for J York Times of .May ! f .c wsu first r di'd, Djprctsl ,1.1s Leva fnt to n iif r.por and hotter counsel, for change Tio New GnUtrlbrr. ilrine th i . ! t .u change of Viownsvothodem.crucy . mart pi" the old mldrt-a- In inaUnp the ot heart, for the J haw Intervention snjs: steamship Bcc-factor-, ttqswt. iui only .ii ta s country and i lands 4? due hert & Tic Talk of Du.lnum Local" a nil ,Notlir H'c ft r Mat nnd 5c of the chapter of ncc'dcnts. t..at hwve largely comul our sh'u of J i.guom jn iu i. me liiihu per Hue tor each additional Itirettlnn. .he need for private 'and Iiiuniate con boxes of t.n gjvcruiuent, but even in the cunt res 4? Herniation" aad I'nrd of Thank. 8c OMtnarli-Repeut w.th the poet Umt voloiw. J per line raow.r In advnnre. other juc.1 cxUiuivu .mp- o- tin U o itig to the fonu of moturc.iy. .inu. nn- - come to talk of nil the I''- v T J Cfearth Nntlcn tor nervleer free. Lot other ..... 111 ITU cia cf tin i ate have beai ntvl' The Amer.can idea, which was the 4? V...TU Ml . from cab- O'llltUI lllalo" ehnrch adtertlremrnt, .V per line. 0 ' the ifetltuton of the tin plate won. oi me mo;-..- i ... ,,.e e gnte m.. f. will receive no bases to k.iiB. and the long and the & AootiTtnoar communication 41 coutury, swooping the laisii. N e State. MU;1"!" attention. Uort of it is tiiat f 41 Ulcr ,llil",,lost A"a "P!l"' Z"";0 "U,,01"J,1 3Uged u fiasco, a truJt. a flnle. i ..bol.sncd urufieol IKS- - 41 gurcs g.vc.i out by the Gov to a TEiaPKOIJEO. .. & . nM,, mnri. .. n ...r-s."''" ... - a.u... .. it .. .. ItltiJifj liu if rt iiaru nixl lt a A it'f1t . u u. l . -CumVarlar--i -" " f .i reiercino iu inu ujiVTii 41 nt ,..,v.ltv. nn. orv-.ltn ti.ljfc the iTam.-ilC ransais' .., w...., ,;, n..,.anr -- w ton ... the new Tar.ff wo Hud that mem. on the coi.Mj.it .. jurt cit.on 41 41 "3,000.000 pounds of tin p!a,to came of t..e govormd, but uko w..o re--estlve Thev Jum fell down, A. awl fresh.up-to-dat- c h ' hy .e 41 FRIDAY, JUNE 26. 10'"1 r '",l ;ied ai 1,o11,u WlJ"e "and, w.Ui the exiiulsKe " dur,i,s ' and V.. J 41 " ..vvv "l" '" delicacy of the SiunjU-AincrltJ p"""" of alt kinds during the HUmu long .den.ed them. 41 pom Us . ..:,.. l ANNOUNCEMENTS. ' Wliatewr the designers hod .n Hi'r.d 41 .!. ,.,' ; UllMUHirtlil. ,.it.-.i- ... period of the preceding- year. 41 0 W'll .1 U.iUV Jl .,i.., It uws iiieun jiultiji 41 ju,uuu,WU oiiij A Uiicrcnco oi .uih.cuu 0 authorized to announce t'ended to eave the President's face, "We are purity nad loyal vv. i'or, lnvice and 41 spe& pounds. a candidate ta.ad for uo other purpose earthly, Congressman Bon Johnson The tin plate le now sellltig for ' Juscc, wl.cU.vr lt floats, at home or 41 Let us remember that th's medla- lor the Democratic nomination for abroad. While Fag lXiy, falling on 41 per o 4th Consres- - tion business was inspired from th about fli.33 to ?310 from the j t" annivcrs.ty of t.:io fcflcption of the 41 box, Pittsburgh. clonal district. General primary elec- Wh'te House. It did not originate Only a year ago It waS ssll'ng at flay In 1777, s crowded between Dec- - 41 with the envoys of Ohile, Brazil tind tion August 1, 1914. oft oration Day Mil Independence Day 41 3.60 per box. , the Argentine. A hint was dropped 0 A dlfcronco of iO cents to 33 cents! the people can not too often dwiOJ on 41 We are authorized to announce aiUi 0n that lunt Uiey acUti. tiie i3ignifLCance of the flag, LeTn us 41 per box. 41 oft Hon. John W. Boyd, of iHardin coun- - ' And let us remember, too, that its oursejves to its presor-a-Uun- , And in spite of all the energy, oft fl ty, a candidate for the DomocrhfJc ostensible occas'on wl that incident "without n strij-- tr.isitl or io!- - 41 ccoiiomxaJ production, in- "n !1, oft l.o CillO IwWnif) 1" .. rfnmtiinn for Representative nomination stal at.on of latest nuiclunery nnd luted or a sjngle star obscured." 41 ift Congress, from the 4 th district, legendary, or mythical, or, at best methods and 41 the. utilization of every Geneiral Primary ulectlon Atignst; ueglisibe' There had been a slight, possible 41 oft jlcu imag.nable. Only One Entirely Satisfacperliaps oven ai. Insult, and it ealleu J, 1W4. tory. 41 oft Our foro"gu fr.cnds are coming rigl 1 for apology, abject and complete nud "I have tridJ various colic and 41 ,.r vis and getting the business- " . . 41 nnhl.o n tinealhln (ir lllOOll. AlldTllOOd after 4tft diarrhoea remedies, ljut the only one iL And the voluino of thc:r imjror; I fj rVe can't helj. bellovlng all that it h:B, But tho wo could recoi-.7 , ' i that has given me entire satisfaojlon Increasing each mont.h J Stanley has sav'd about Beckham, and excuses or mxide tiie terr'torj- - i,nMs me when 1 was oflicted 41 Not only m tin plalto but in every atod cuj-toft event Beckham ought not to controlled, we could, under no sort In that is Chamberlain's Colic, choera and 41 ift other direction as woll. aliai3 or subterfuge or evaipns dipbj ejected senator. Then, to be pf oft According to the Government's re- Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 recomend it to 41 ,wo must lomatic, have dealings with hinl. Arm fair with Beckham 41 oft my friti'nds at all timse," writes believe what he says about Stanley accordingly his people and ther peo- ports. oft Galloway, Sijawart, S. C. For stile 41 of the And under the provls-on- s out ple might meet, but uot )n our pros- 41 (ft and lt makes that gentleman Tar!f Jaw they are S3t5 to get by All Dealers.i .....i-- - . .. 41 oft rirtji f question. If Republicans and nnrl MiVfl'nAW! TllHit nil tVlA noiv ' 41 ift have any sense left, they time remiUl these Huertans that "'ore a.id more of it, .. ., ., ui; The Tariff was reduced on tin plate , e. Out With Them! .. ift r(lvantage of the oppor- unc:e oojh will take iu uiuiscu amaini 41 oft from 26.74 jcr cent lev'ed under tiie tunity. ,. sign of the 41 It is an encouraging last word. oft Payne hilw to 15 per cent under the fair, ta pa that his finst bind times and a forecast of better th'nge 41 U oft new Tanff. more than a year gl "watchAfter to come when William R. 'Hearst, n 41 ."words jrece ttfi panic- - Xo one ' oft Or enough to cover Uic profit of ful wait'ng" several wee.'kp of Tnedl-tio- n last tuibendln," r, 41 lifelong Democrat, but never s oft (tan your Uncle Sam (the American manufacturer. 'andlng of uevea' hus-fc!n- d more and the 41 s.KicificaUy wlvocatca the oft No gn as little reasonable. T1ia nnnhla tr ri--t rrmif'f inn rt soldiers on ilexlcan so'l, fifty ' v Vutimv nil Vr a1 AAlr1k n ift trom power of tiie present 41 VT of whom were killed the dispatcher ijucoiiiftUD ii;ktu.--"' to the insult, JT 'the for&gn product, Is cm wiled to I l..inikitwi li. rulftlttt Icri rit inn til Sti 41 oft the 6uffcr wh'le tho prjiuet oftbo lorcigu 41 tell us that the Uiminlstratkra atf sole excuse for mediation, he began ift e.'ess.ojiai lirjfonty. In a vigorous 41 ,." ift f tihon'ton has , decided that the by injecting into the procexlllngq the Un mill supplies our markets. e n'ea'torrfU which ajuxsanU in the New , V .,.. . :, 41 a ! Mkttlla r.tidt. dlf- 4 iV-York Amer.can of Juno 14 and ipre- agrarian troubles of Mexico, frankly 30,000,000 poutilds would be a little i iculties. Was there ener such an In- - conccm of his. He ended hy Isumablv has appeared in tho Hearst 1,034,000. of Plont blundering I throughout tho uxat the onjy outcome he would oier Ume- Eighty per cent 'of th's Binn'Vdp- - chain of nowsiujrcrs j the beg.nhlnEof by a neutraI , BBifl(a must country, Mr. Hearst unequivocally urg V rsenis laDor a.onc. es that Woodrow Wilson and tho ' The Progressive or old J'ne Repub- -' who should at the Bame t'me he a But we will sa&- - 70 per cent just to and that room for be generous. Democratic )aryt bo "liunished and ' wffly of a Xcan who stands in the repiidiatcd"; tlmt not alone our be made, not by some Tieiw-fx" aitist union of the elements opposed to Tiiat is the total loss to tho labor Presidont, but "the untrade Domocracyls either not in faugkll arrangement that should bear of America on .the importation of jtin no snieblance of a transaction to faithful Democratic members of the a position to be pinched by hard times Plato uu six months of $723,000. Iiton House of Representatives and the ' or he has some jmrsonal ambjtion he j w',ch uerta might officially adhere, Trade ReviewAnd then Carranza declined to Lave tra'toroua Senators" should be ,ex-- 1 thinks he can attain by keeping them enough to read lis hands t'ed aad n.'l but got his Hot WeatherTonlcand Health pelled from office." The American's apart. For us It Is j I editorial concludes us follows: Builder. that In the eleventh district they face slajied by A. B. C. for his arrogance. And then deadlock, and the Are you run down Nervous Tired? There is no naitnonal recall in this . are talking of a union of Democrats and Progressives to defeat a Pro- fading away of the diplomats ajftWr Is everything you do an effort? You country, und k '43 not gKj&iblo to i the manner of the Cheshire Cat in are not lazy you are sick. Your rron.ovo President Wilson uut'i uie tectionist. A. ice Jii Wonderlauld. Stomach, Liver, Kdnes, and whole end of his four years' term. But it It, niuy happen that the contending systcJn need a Tonic. A Tonic alnld will be iossble to remove tho Demo- -' We hoie that Owerlsboro grand jury, aili when we say Owcnabord factions in .Mexico, ignoring .Mr- WU- - Health Builder to drive out Cio crats in Congress and to deprto Uic grand jury, we. don't forget that at son and passing up U. med.aors, i waste matter build you up and re- - De.ncor.tic jiarty of contro. of the Jeast two of tiie twelve were from the conclude to talk over .Mexican con- -, now your strength. Nothing better Goveriinient n the oloation which count had the evidence mon Which ditions with a view to Bittlyiiient uccuiti in November fo this year. than Electric Bitters S.tart General Manager was Tho i?ctiUi of Uliis ycr w.H not to return an indictment nsaiiist Brad- - and chey d.d not net! all tl.ts walk .Mrs- - James Duncan, Haynesvjlle, Me., an extension of the factory Jey Wilson and others recently. We uruind to mat end. At any time a, writes: "Completely cured me after Ui u, lurty matter- - it w.l be a matter. bay hoie, because there would not be conference wm a mutter Uiat doctors gave mo up." 30c aiW to the company's directors at woills in which to express our con- - ed only consent to its bringing about. $1.00, a your Drugist. it wil be the duty of lojal Ainer.V-it- u that he had left an estimate tempt lor it if the ov(denco is not A; d If they do whut becomes of Bucklen's Arnica Salvo for Cuts. c:t.zens tu cjnciler only the wel-- in his desk at the factory. ample. We do not like the looks of the apology? Shall we have to go to our popple a.id our country, fare of ; called up Meaning OfOur Flag. h'iiS and shall watch the outcome ..i.-- with the winner to clor purl and to remove a party Mn.ch is a the factory on the Bell Distance Telewjth great interest- scutcheon? Louisville Herald. wo meiiaco io national prosperity and Whi'o celebrating Plug Day , assistant read the figures to de- - pivgruis.. bhould be tnaukful t;.at The oil''' reasons sd tar advanced him and the directors were able to '1 The Disturbing Tanf . signed our natonal einb'em rejeated aeie should be no division among for tiie a)i?itmo:it of Mr- tVuiitbu, says the people 1.11 minor in..tters, to en- without delay. Each successive month p:lcs up in- - Lie various proials trad of Wut Virgit.'.a, a Senator to repdisputable cvldonce that the new Tariff "i"0 made. Among .taeni wore sug- - a.fiscr the outcome Pf the iill elec delays are avoided by the use resent Kentucky at Washington are cnppl'iig ibus.ness. We Stations of a ratlesnajte wlt'.i th rteen tion. that he is very wealthy, l.u alwus s of the Bell Telephone. g njid ruttlca, u iiia.led luai.l a Tlicro should bo unity among all contr;butill libcrA'jy to the Dem- have now hinl on li.alf v.n- rf it ofi'cial figures show that tho reduc- - bundle of thirteen irciws and ulpatr.otfc citjzei5, a dqtermiuatiiuii to ocratic campaign funds and that h's g - checkered f'eld pf thirteen. Various prevent any further injury and When you telephone smile father was once a United States Sena- Uons are not making the cast of llvant! mlijap.on to the nation, und a hope different tyj.es of crosses cheaper but uro Mlenc ng' tactor-!'"11"1tor from Wesl Virginia. It is also airrangements of suns and tjiat there js stUl tJmo (to prevent U3 and enlarging the azmy of the un- - divers announced that Prca'dent Wijson, aftliuow.is are said to have been unsuc- - me aoaauoiinieni oi j.ne employed- er looking him over, 13 well pleased any other disastrous (X of Another arrange iIh Vtini flTll its , ttot rA !.., ViA For intsance. the value of manu- - ceostuljy proiosed. havo interfered or d'sloyulty and stupidity. ...-- , uuu. ,- -. . facturts , exoorted duni.c the last, hxiiieut which would -" '' wr, ociuvwr imu. n.vUlui:K u There is no Lnilt to tho injury that with the recognition of other states .w,u .ess uxan m u.e VJrgin'a wil have no convlctioifi J"'"'lU8 IB jrerlod of the previous f'xill the thirteen sUurs Jn t)io form the Democrat pary mlgiit Inflict upIn conflict with the Tiite House. invuarvaATlD.. of the constellation pf Lyra. It !s a on this country if it woro returned to 119 SOUTH PRYOR Hope the spirits of Crittenden, Clay, fscc,l year. In that time the finish- STREET. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. power Wiih any sort of endorsement rojoloing that our flag is Carlisle and Beck cannot know about ed .manufactures Imported Increased iu matter for imlie and beautiful and that its of its dangcroitt and dislyut acts. value $13,000,000 as compared wKh the t. sj.me" Ofiriod of f,h nr.,rflliiP- vir. . iienuaneni, ueanng nu The country must be rescued from by law, with the proposed abandon- Iff of iho Tariff Bystcm, the full ..in !! At last the Un'ted States Supreme which means of course, that our fac- temporary' sentiment or minatory such iKsslble injury, and the Injury ment of tho Phil)pplnqs, and unable d.Ktunblng cotiBcqucnarfl of which, are Court has evened up matters, after tories have been Jess busy. In the legeud. Recent lnvestjatlons have already inflated must be repairJd as to longer tolerate the sickening lack not yet manifest. In Phlui'dclimla a"n of American pride arid patriotism observer knocking out of the to- - I meantime the deficit In the treasury covered ,wJth doubt (the nun stories far as It lU iossible to do so. Itte no!s that as there The men named .to oppose the "di- wluoh ':ae oharaotcrized the acts and source and moaning of the bflcco trust by knocking out the swells, a not exDocted result I8 t0 fd'o mnJroad cars Uioro are 240.-00deliverances of President WiHsoii und anners or tobacco growers. By its j u idle, railronjd empoyea and alto-g- ot benefits have come from the aesIu- - Whether It wtaji suggested by sloyal Democrats tills ity must be licr 1,000,000 idle men of Various uta.Muu v to hv uui,ri ixiimui iv revison nobody has been able to uls-- 1 "a""&"' wmu" iuuub, i um n worthy of 20 great and so tiatr'ouc his- sycophunthj following in Congress, MrHearst wants to see the w iole cIuskw whlci. pool tbacco to compel a fair prke. cover tnem. The administration is i " wumuti ai;, u a task. ordinarily are employTbere will be no more war .between watchfuUy waiting for the firat Bilver I was an unintentional Irhitatlon of the They must be elected overwhelm- - outfit driven from office und some ed. Certainly few people can derive th various pooling elementh. The Unng to the cloud which has disturb- flog of the ast India Companyiwlth ingiy, not only as a rebuke to a real Americans olecttld libtbo'r stead. grettjiflcatlon from bj preaisttntly devil trill got all of them, If they ed business, hut no prophet 'n Ihe which the colon's had doubtless ibeen. traitorous Democracy, but oH a bene' Amen! The country and Mr. Hearst outlook, nnM It fpljows, thereare likely po be found In entire ac- fore, continue to grow tobacco. We hopd Cabinet or in Congress dares venture long famtli&r, is a matter of conjee- - Jt to our beloved country that where tlioro la hesitancy, The circulation of the Hearst news cord on th's subject. ture pure and simple. By assuming tor the good of .the farmers that they a Euoss as to when it wmfjnpear doub umd misgiving Uicro must be papers rcaehes into the millions. wljl cut ou tobacco and raise some-bk- g Brooklyn Standard-Uniomore that the designers, were famllar with an a fictitious, sentimental Whei the. Gloom Will Vaniih. good to oat1 something thji) hoaldry, wq may give the colors She Probably no other newspaper proprie or partisan basis for such feellnga. wiji bless instead of curs mankind. Heat Caues SuicUf. following meaning, ajlthough there J tor sn the .world reaches so large a National gloom will vanish juat as Pittsburgh Galzatte-THmci- j. Disgusted and soon as the situation .which prctcs JSomothins timi will bring a reason-abj- e not a shred of proof in tho record that number of readers. Bmnsvllle, tod., Jim 24. E. B. reward for the labor and bo'J Courtney, twenty-eigh- t It d:spp(r8. In Chioago a banking yoara old, of sue' meaning was Intended: , (Red, out of pafence with tho lvs.1e11O1p4rt111.t7-- . Tar- authority is quoted m haying ootajdi-tioubatauce contlibuUJd to Its produ- Beaver Dam, Ky., ahot himself In symbol, lilvlue Jove; language, walor; ism pf the Undewrood Free-TrWanted partner with $00 In, ex ction Vkd last, but not,, least some-itwill' not resume a normal Mage the left Tnpl at a local hotel th's emblem, war. White, symbol, truth, iff, with 4he cowardly surrender pf county right proportion, friend morning and his Idcath Is expected hope; language, purity; that will not embroil emblem, American rights in the repeal of the for two or three years for the rea- cellent fiji'"" friend and neghbor Hsuiust at any time. He m supposed to have peace. Blue, symbol, loyalty; fen- - canal tolls exemption, with the auto- son that the effect must naturally be Splendid poasihUlUea. Fuji lnvwtln IMjibor- - Tiie sooner Ohlp county been affected by the heat. He left fclpuage, sincerity; emblem, justice, Tbe cratic rejection of the phui of prof-- a proportion to the cause, wthion in Cation. AdHrwuur a 9Aa in;. complete overturn- - era.Bldg., LoutavlUe equal orential dut'es authorized tnd directed this instance Is constellation type unity pf jtimm learn tiat iiiey ban Ui$ with- - cgtc to h's wife. Ky. H irtford Republican, - i A MIDSUMMER -- - MILLINERY! Hot Weather Millinery is in great demand now and we are prepared with A. pr -o ' ' , .. tt '' " " wi. ' aI"S t'tl i3 3 nn "" ''f' .v... ' .... ,.,, ,,.. ,! i. v '"'lrl styles that .- ' will please you. - ' iji I 'd J You can find many cial items at reduced prices in our Millinery department now. V coiu-ecnu- c cost-savi- ng '..:.. e Guard your interests closely by looking after your Millinery itwnts at t once. & tpor-"'fec- S-- A. Free-Trade- E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. V9VVTVV9W9T "?lw""f 7"". Vtj-- I ,,lno ,,;... .. lCJ' ,:o J ce il .-- rvi4.v-J- I r99W9V9:W9 ., ,A t, ee - Got Missing Figures THE for He found Long He Detroit. sheet lc , J i vt - phone. His - act A Annoying grai-pin- hu-.n- !8 Cumberland Telephone Dem-ociu- , and Telegraph Company korrt-siKindln- 0 pos-slmls- - - -" - d O. ui"va" n- de ns nt ciw. K RIGHT NOW we Right Now are showing the very kind of merchandise that you are needing for this very warm weather. You need the goods, we need your business. Many lines of seasonable merchandise on which we are making special prices' to make them To-da- h y went to Frankto convey Nancy Sin th to t)ie Feuttle Alln'dcd Institute. s rvc Airs. Hooker Williams 'oo cream at hrr resuU'iico on Un oiii from 7 till 10 o'clwik. Htrtt.. f jr t of new Alothud'st church-EG.I , a farmer of the Hull's Run in glihurliocd w.is imljiuleit a lunu-l.- e Json'3 cuurt unci J.I .ii JiUtso bu convoyed to llopkliisvjllc Cty Marshal .1. I. 8tueiiH foil from Ins pjrch bust Suml.iy morning ui.U bruKo a bono hi his rtf.it wrM. A tl.cuth painful tho fracture J3 not hi'r'oud und ho vua ublo rjo Ixi on the Shcr.ff S. O. Koown fort y'.ordjy WHY AMERICAN WORKMEN ARE IDLE rl bL-ii- Because Foreign-Mad- e Goods Are e Displacing American-MadGoods in Our Markets. U-d- a. ktrcot Tuusduiy. lio reOontly Prof. II. T. LlmcIi, rotur. cd from tho HowlMig Green Normal School vis,ted us wh'lo horo Tuesday- Ho i8 ut uionio ncur Hiav-t- r will Divn dur;ig vacation uiVl teaoii u tho county this fa I. - move. Friday and Saturday Jackson's Photograph Tent will be on the ground at the Annual Red Men's Fic-ni- c at the Hieh View, July 11th. He has pictures right in quality and price. Ijarkln Gnffin is agent Tor tho famous Shilling Steam your patronngu. This company is well known In Hartford and speaks for iuelf. Please Jeavo your laundry at readenco opioslto Col'ego- - Will call on Moijluy lnornitigd. -bo-Jc.- ls SPECIALS. 15 pieces jFancy and Plain White Crepe, former price . 25c, special 19c Q McCiix 10 pieces regular 16c val- t McCall Patterns Q.nor tf.nwiv Cirnnn. ua ; ft '' 5977, Ekirt 5575. Waist 10c dies; Special Price, :5 cents each 15c 10 pieces Kimono Crepes, 20c quality, special days only Eriday and Saturday. Twenty per cent, reduction on our entire stock of Millinery. Two At ,i mooting of tho Ojty Council Munday night .Mr- - Harry O'Uaimon was ulucted Caty Marinial to succeed J. P. Stuvuiis nw'gued. Tnero were tho Welit or ten candidates, ihut vote was a' tit; between O'Baniion aii'd Alford, the Major untying ' Jn favor of O'Baunon. PAY Notice. your bill by July the first, or you got 110 more ICE. HARTFORD ICE COMPANY. Cost of Illiteracy. Tho rapid increase in adult IllitREMEMBER IT eracy according to P. P. Olaxton, United States commissioner of eduPAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT cation w costing an economic Joas SAVES YOU MONEY. of $500,000,000 a year and has become a menace to representative gov ernment. This m a statement com'iig from an eminent authority, but seems hard to believe. Illiteracy does unquetlonoMy cause low to the couna serious try, but It seems tlie estimate submitted by Conimisa'oner Ciaxtou is somewhat exaggerated. It Js also the opinion cjf tlie that if iuldustual maing-er- s Wo hvae a comploto lin0 of wore fully cognizant cf the deQueenBware. ACTON .BROS. gree of Illiteracy existing among adprfth MJssos Leila Glenn arid Mary Marks ults that they would FRIDAY, JUNE 26. arrived homo Saturday tram Fords-vjl- public school nuthonitks 'n the establishment of classes to bu held n factories, stores, construction calmps Time Table M. H. & E. Kailroad Mr. Cassius 9paldlng lias accep-eand elsowljere in work'ng liours, in a position wi h Ulq I. C. K. R. at tho dayitlmo without loss of Jfiiy, at Hartford, Ky. for Louisville- 'rituug aud instruotiou In reading, L. ft N. time card effective Monday Aug. 21st. Fiht the files and mosquitoes by speaking- TJiis s a valuable suggestion, nnd 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. getting your Screen Wire-- Cloth at No. ' S. L. King's. while the plan would cost osaiuly dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. m. We can ''supply your wants in tho an hour's Jabor, In tho end the dally except Sunday. Furniture line at rock bottom cash benefU would more than comipensute for this. No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. prlcts. ACTON BROS. dally except Sunday. friiere are some clis(s of Jahor Esuujrta Leach, Smith and DoaM which do not require men u'nd woNo. 113 South Bound due' 1:1C p. ni. called to sec ut wh'Ju attending Fis- men wi'u educations, ihut It stauds dally except Sunday. cal Court TueJay. MISCHKE, Agt. to reason that tlie man or woman wh H. E. Mm. A. V- - Gocdlu and Children can real! and .write, who iap at Jcost left Wednesday for Elk ton, where tho a smattering of educatuu uro more Wall Paper at Ohio Co. Drug Co. intelligent and uro (lU'Jfied to do will visit Mrs. Charl'o Rogers. bettor and inoro XfiUtive iwurlc. For Balo Tius call on ACTON l'rof. S. C. Taylor, who will havo WV1 11ROS. Tho boards of odueutuun aro doing chargo of tho school at Simmons call Douglas Felix lias puruhoscd u ed to oj us while liono on business Al that they can to oducaitj Alio Mrbut tho boards of education Ford auto. Tuesday- cunuot do overyth'ng. Poverty someNine Bari of goal laundry Soap Mrs. Frouoli Vickcrs and daughter, times itakes tlie hoy and girl from ACTON BROS. f'j&c. arMarJam Austin, vlf the c'assroon before they havo Just opened barrel of u'ce Pickled rived Monday to bo Che guits of loud the foundation of tlieir (Uucabon. friends. E. P. MOORE. If it was possible for UicjiB children I'ork. Hartford Camp No. 202 Woodmen to dqw.lo oven uu hour, at their BtiUliavopfenty of Binder's Wo of tho World .will give u picnic at places of occuiwitlon, to simplo les1LER & BLACK. Twine- 'the. Fair Grounds, Hartford, Kv-- , July sons in English, in writing aud spell-'uAll sizes Ico Cream Freezers at i 4th, 1914. it would give them, at leaaX a llor & Black'a. Mr. and Mrs. Clare iijcsp Fields, of chance Co amount to somotlnjnig in SAL.VET, the great stock remedy. Lafayette, La., wijl um'vo tho firstf later lifo. 36tf See U. S. Carson, Hartford. of ho mouth (to bo Uio guoats of Mias ' Tho trouble s the phlld I3 placed at work va soon uo the lw Service, cleanliness and satis- Mary Rowe. For and frequentOy earlier than this, faction, . visit City .Restaurant VANTED-Glnse- ng, Root Yellow ivtelted and a limited amount of Mayapple n violation of the Btpfcutas protestMr. McHonry Holbrook ing children. Tlie griild of poverty Root. Will pay cash. friends 'n FoKdavlRe teat week. and somet'mea the Jfreed pf parents M6RE," Hartford. E- - P. U. 8. Carson Is agent for the fa- 44U are responsible for ItlhJs. The eppor-tunitlM'ss ClaudIcanidW'lllIam .Wright, mous American Wire Fencing. of an education are dented Aho (Mr. ankl Wire Fenoe best on who 'have been tho gucjsts of American child. Mrs. C. E. SmSfti, roturnod fco their earth. For sale by U. S. Carson. Unless compulsory Jaws are enacthomo at Daweon Springs WeduetUay ed making a child's Education a leha.ye car load 3, 4 and 6 Inch file I Mr. John W. Martta. and fanttly. of gal necessity, the Industrial interests A- - DUKE. J. for sale. See me. Staler, Okja., wlU arrive n a low of tlie Ut, Aaotheri'ii auply7ofiLawn Hojse days to vhftt bfa brother. PostamiHUjr to t.hclrcountry willtofind decidedly aUvaatage follqw t)xo ILHR ft BLACK, ami Nozzles. R. B- - Martin and other relatives In of Cmmlstoner CJfakton and L. L- - Porter R. F." D. No T. Ohio bounty. Mr. with the public school aupaid us a pleasant call whije In town Messrs. James Lyons and W. S. thorities. ' Monday. T'usley and Masters Russell Plrtle, KtU of Oato. City of'Tol, I Lucta County. Mr. Claude Du$pfi(p feaa rented Glenn TJnsley and WjUJs Lyons spent f TsnK j. wnnty mKcs oain msi n Mrs. Jack O'Dapsga's kouse on Clay a few days camming on lower Rough eator of th arat of K. J. Chenty Co., 4o1bc butlacM in tho City of To treet. . rver this week- imo, county ana wsto sroroMM, ana that aata Irm will pay tho aum.of ONB wis have nice line of Ice Cream MWwes, Mary Anatin Carson, Mar' HUNORBD DOLLAM for ach sad lttreeeera and .Water .Coejer. caa of Catarrh that cannot bo cured' Lauruj Pendleton, Dcubh Moore and by th UH Of HALI.' CATARfH CURB. ACTON BROS. Mazy Clark, of Sunnidale, Mpeirt the PRANK J. CKBNBT. worn to befor week eiud With 'the Mlsaes We'la-- , myowaaca, thte m aad aukocrlbcd la Mm. ZoWajraOrfffla and daughth day of Dtcenaber, ter, Beatrice, rujqaoa hos Monday of Dundee, last ?eek (.al) A.WOUWiOM We Jum in stock the greatest from OwwMftpr. tataraally Hali'a Catarrh Cur U Oils, "Varnishes ever aaa acts aVroctly upon th taka aad mu Moo4 We will ell you a soda fountain IVne. of Palate, couaourfacM of th ayotoaa. Ba4 for il yu carried Id Ohio .apuniy. , If 4n the JQW cum and o. 03 market, see Hsffipfofr MUl" Co. toe. talck. ' Taki kfaH't VaaHiyrHi for coaoMtattM. ' '7t?h,45U fore purcha)ai- , Ofcle CpuaAy Drug Co. many other bargains, and Come, let us show you these Specials with "Hartford Republican. JSf ' I v cr "Why s business doprcird and so many lntn out of .work n u emu-- 1 try that bj all natural Jaws sii .u'd bo' prospenotH?" is u (luust'on ono may hear iwktrj a dozon t'niis u day. Tlio answer ics witji Uio Doiiw-cratiA1I111.11 alratlon nt Wusliinp on. Geniiaii, Krenoh and Engl ga uru chuckling with g!cc bcr .he "compel live" 'lanlf oiiaotlby our amateur btaUimcu. Our ftrregiuu' folly Is tho.r opportunity. Our Joss is their gum. The E. Klith tnide Jouriiaars nre JulJant oer tho fad tlvit woolen ex ports to tne United a atos far eveoed any ajneo tuu pf 1895-0Jet us examjno tjio Brit'sh Board of Tnjle rigurts giving the export va'ue of wool manufactures, from the consular district of Hrsjlford alone, to tho United States for the f.rst three months of th's yvar comjmred wtJCi tho same months Jast year. AVopJ spoils and asto3phow anincreaso of o40 per x.'iit-- , worsted linings cihow an increase of 1530 er cont.vorsted coat'ngs sliuw un increase of 450 per cent., woolen clctlis nhoW hoi Incndase of 1,900 JH.T ctnt., worsted and mohair yarns uliow an increase of 1,00 per cent, aijl halrclotli shows un fucrejise of 1,800- per cent. To give some Idea, of what tyiis mentis, the Hems of worsted toWcs alone show an imcrcaso (British Boaid of Trslle figures) at the rate pf 32,- 000,000 yards per annum, dlsp'aoing the work of at least 35,000 ipeople engagcll in wool manufaoture- Add to ' tliese those lindireotly csn- ploed, such as In making of ipackflng cases, iron anld steel Bupplles, leather, oil, paper, the mining and frd'ght- Ingof coal nnd the numerous other materials used in woolen mills, and we can get some notion of the eflfest upon employment. Then there must be considered the fanner, tho landlord, tho storekeeper, the (blanks, ths cleWs, In fact every business nnd relation Uiat noccnsarily must suffer through Joss of wages that are continually expended aud circulated when industrial tpec-p- le arp, well employed. .a c' all businets is being .c Maiiu-facturn-s jKJi-lod To-difhar-rassod- Mil I' K A MmmhWMi lAVM'.XKf.HlfV" I Hl.ia II .WfciPII f F x IIP wow wii TO CELEBRATE FIX UP IN OUR STORE AND YOU WILL BE FIXED RIGHT. IT'S JUST A PIC-NI- C TO BUY GOODS IN OUR STORE. OUR LINE IS SO LARGE AND OUR GOODS ARE SO BEAUTIFUL. BUT WE SHALL NOT REPLENISH OUR SUMMER STOCK. SO COME THIS WEEK. IN THE NICK OF TIME. AND MAKE YOUR PICK. CARSON INCORPORATED. CO, Hartford, Kentucky. tho effort to punisTi e. people who may imvo misbehaved. iVe are engaged 'n a haltion-wid- e buraing down of stately mansions in order to destroy a few rats. Experience ibought at great cost in the --chool of haJd knocks h3 to give wy to fancy theories evolved in the schoolmster's armchair. a Cow NEW AT BEAVER DAM, KY. STORE CASTORIA Cheering to Protectionists Every- -' Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S where. .Tho Sprlngf'eld (Mass.) RopubMcan is an IndoiMJiidant Deinocrall'o newspaper and a strong BUjiporter of every Important, pol.'cy of the national J. T. Vinson & Son, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Furnishings &c, in fact, everything from head to foot for men, women and children. The newest and most styles that money can hnyand prices to meet any market. Our motto, up-to-da- te nu-Hic- s, Owt-nabor- e-e- n g, Qwr-ml- ts os administration. It is unable to overlook, however, tho s'gnlfl'canco of the special congressional election ret, sult in Oio Seventh New Jersey and thus comments upon it: The Democratic Tariff revision s very plaliuly regarded without onliiu-s'asin tho Now Jersey il'stnet that has elected a Republican by such a thumping jilunu'lty. Tho Republican caniLdalto WTap strongly nuiyjiorted by Protective TaHff The 'American League aud he made ()he Tariff the chief issue. The Socialists and Demi- pcrats togotlicr polled fljbout ns many votes as the Republicans, to b0 sure, but the Socialists take Utt)e interest 'n Tariff ono .way or another. WJth the Progressives Md reunited, tlie result on the whole must be regarded as cheering to Republicans everywhere. Muncie (Ind.) Jpurnal. D's-tr.cm -- "YOUR We MONEY'S WORTH EVERY TIME" want your business and will use our best efforts to merit it. J. T. VINSON & SON In New Opera House Bids. . srtar ov-e- ry - im "! tTJr4gkjr bTol. nlng at a stone on High street. 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Then the gill seats out of her part;, so that he must face the uieni-jier- s of the opposition, who then ad"Why, Hoy wood, having asked my It Was a Case In Which Mystery and Suspicion Vcre Mixed, and It Awoko dress remarks to lilm, inch In the char- ih'UL'hter'n hand, do you continually every reiuaik the Question of a Physician's Right acter of an urtist. To except when put off the wisldlngi" the answer Is. '"Tuns I," I ley wood (Mover sat musing for n to Violate a Pledpe of Secrecy. an nrtlst'H name Is mentioned. Then replying to-- bis This Is u story, told by n well known be must say "Indeed!" Tor Instance, fo'v moments before uiotlier-ln-law'- s question. the head of the opposition might say, prospective pliyxIrlMii. of ii problem tlmt suddenly "1 am not sure INtelle and I will be picture of a donkey." confronted lilin niul bow bo Inter- "I painted tlio happy together. She has a passion for '"Twiih I." preted the ethles of his piofosslon nnd attention. .My love does not seem to "He was eating thistles."- acted on It. satisfy her. Better give her time to "Twits I." up mind that she really pre"I wns roused one night," In? said, "Itosa ltonbeiir furnished tin copy." makeme toher the rest." all "by telephone cull. An unfamiliar should be the answer to fers "Indeed"' "I must admit that you show very voice asked me If I could attend a this. Then the next member of the go.-sense. will speak to Kstelle. and I answeropposition takes up the observations. Hum who had been Injured. we shall see If she will not do better" "Chase has a new model." ed that I eould If the ease was ur"That would avail nothing. If this "Indeed!" gent, bnt before I could nsk who was "I got him for Cbae from Sing love of admiration, which usually carcnl!n the speaker answered: ries with It u love for dress. Is a part " 'All rinbt. doctor: I'll call at your Sing." of her nature, she will not heed your "Indeed!" bouse In ten minutes with n carriage.' Say nothing to tier. admonition. "He was in Jail for bigamy." "Almo.--t before I bud time to dress Leave it to tne to decide when, if ever, '"Twas 1." unlocked the the doorbell runs. No matter how much the otber she Is titled to get on with one man." door, and a man wearing a lone ulster, There was no need for either to gucls may laugh while playing thl monish Kstelle. for she overheard adn dnrl: bat and u pair of colored glassevgame, the victim must keep quite se es entered. he laughs or If he falls to ery word from behind a portiere. " 'Doctor.' he said, 'before we start rious. If The winter social season was at Its response be Is obliged I want to make a request. This case. make the proper with the opposite hide, height, and Kstelle. being engaged, did to lake his seat as J told yon. Is urgent. But lieforo cho-- e lilin loses not scruple to go. out In the evening we start I must have your assurance nnd the captain who with her lover as Mile escort The llrst one member of her company. thnt you 'will treat tills visit as a The idea is to see which leader will ball they attended after she bad over-heat- d confidential mission. I ci;n't say any her lover's remarks about her have the larger party at the end of the wore, except to add that you're time tlxed upon as the duration of the she put on her finest costume and all helpno risk of any kind In game. The sides take turns lu teasing her Jewels. When Hey wood saw her ing me.' opposite side. thus arrayed, lie frowned. As soon as "There was nothing about the man's tbe victim sent from the Knch member of tbe opposite party N they arrived at the ball Kstelle acappearance that seemed suspicious, three remarks to cepted the attentions of every man expected to lilt was quiet and self possessed. him, thu ilrstmake always referring to a who was disposed to seek her and There wasn't a trace of nervousness picture. If be falls In this he Is seemed pleased that their number was nbotit him. and he was well dressed. promptly called to sit on tbe opposite greater than ever before. Ilcywood J thought there was no reason for restood beside her till her card was fillside. fusing to make the agreement. ed, then left her to her ilrst partner "I took my hat. and we started. The and did not rejoin her till It was time Tha Oak Tree. .carriage was a closed one. We got In; to leave. The next day lie wrote her a The oak Is one of thu largest, hand 'the man turned on a small electric note breaking the engagement 'Jight nnd then drew the blinds over somest trees, often living to n great Kstelle Inclosed Ids note without n age and easily holding its place as the M'Indows. en"monarch of the forest." The historic word of comment or reply in nn " 'Doctor.' he said, 'I'm going to ask oak at Salem, N. .1., and the Bluustou velope addressed to Ileywood Glover. you to take this trip without knowing Esq.. and sent it through the malt. where you're going. I'll assure you oak, nt Darby, I'a., can each lay claim Ileywood was somewhat taken aback nil right. I want you to blindfold to between L'OO and .'100 years of age. it's Sometimes these trees live for centu nt this unexpected treatment. He conyourself before we leave the 'carriage rles longer. We have different kinds sidered It. to say the least evidence of . 'Until we get Inside the house.' n wayward disposition. He deemed "Well, I didn't like the look of this, of oaks. Some of the best known are by the girl who wus tout I was In nnd didn't like to back the white, scarlet, pin. bur. chestnut himself insulted to have been bis wife, and tbe next out. By the time the carriage etop- - onk, black and bear. Their Ieave Wea rfiat vary In shape, but all are wavy edged. step, If any. must be an apology from I didn't have the lens,t iped of the town we were U ne 030 W'henjlesfitfte Jsbout half grown the her. This wns a man's view. The next entertainment nt which so many turns. 1 put on Tne tiny fe njjl yellow pTossouis appear, blindfold, as my visitor requested, and growing In little clusters the whole Hoywood nnd Kstelle met was a promlength of the long, drooping stems. The enade concert. Estelle was dressed We went Into a bouse. "Upstairs I found my patient. lie oaks are the only trees bearing seeds with the utmost simplicity. This was fead been shot twice. Itevolver bullets called acorns. Kuch nut Is In n cup or gratifying to Ileywood. though somewhat surprising. He hoped It was in they were. The wounds weren't dan- shell, which protects It The bur gerous, but they were painful because acorns having a pretty fringe of deference to his wishes till Estelle 4hey bad not been treated earlier. scales, which has given them the name passed him on the arm of her escort, when she turned away her head. "I dressed them, told the woman of mossy cup acorns. There Is no weapon with which a wombo was there what sort of care the man can fight a man so effectively as patient ought to have and then told Conundrums. them that I'd have to see the man at Why Is a selfish friend like the letter contempt. Heywood winced. How tanleast two or three times more before "P?" It is the first lu pity and the talizing thnt she should have respected his wishes as to her costume and ut 1 could answer for his safe recovery. hist In help. "The man with the dark glasses What is that which every one wishes tbe same time declined to recognize CPJletly assented to this, but Insisted for nnd yet tries to get rid of? A good him! There was another Inconsistency Instead of accepting the attentions of that be should bring me nt night, as appetite. a number of men. she confined herself lie bad that time. I agreed. What kind of sweemeats did they 'The nest morning the papers told of have lu tbe ark? Preserved pears almost exclusively to one. Things were not going Hey wood's ft robbery In which u householder bad (pairs). way. Instead of the apology he bad been wounded after shooting one of Why ure potatoes and corn like cer- looked for as the only possible solution the burglars, who succeeded In escap- tain sinners of old? Because, having to the situation. Kstelle had cut him ing. All the facts of tbe case Ind- eyes, they see not, and ears, they bear and had evidently taken up with anicated that my patient of the night be- not other man. Wbou the self deposed lovfore was the burglar who had been Why is wit like a Chinese lady's er went home that night, lie was very recovered householder allot. The foot? Because brevity Is the sole near a collapse, very nearly ready to quickly. it. sue for reinstatement. But the next 'The question stared ut me: Did the ofWhen are the streets of a town most morning he awoke an hour before dayethics of the medical profession allow light and thought it all over when ills ine to go to the police and tell I hem greasy? When the rain is dripping. What Is that which Adam never brain was cool and resolved, come what what I knew, or dJd my promise bind me to secrecy? I thought It over all saw. never possessed, and yet he gave might, to fight to a finish. duy nnd finally decided that I had no two to each of bis children? Parents. When a lesolute man makes up bis mind that he is right and. after often right to say anything about the matStory of a Proud Cat. going over bis premises. Invariably ter. I made three more trips In the One day there lived a very proud comes to the same conclusion, he Is same manner. All this time I watched tbe papers, but no trace was found cat whose name was Kitty. She had hard to move. Day after day passed, of the burglars. When I made my soft, black and glo.ssy fur, with a blue during which Heywood whenever lie round her neck. The lnt visit I told the man who bad IliM ilbbon she lived was a big. house In met Estelle treated her as though she beautiful bad bad no place whatever In bis life. called me that my fee would lie .?.".(. which Be took from a large roll some bills building. Opposite her lived a poor Kstelle endeavored to freeze him by to me without a dog named Toby. who. being unused tier haughty demeanor and at times and banded tin-iword. He drove me home, and thai to the luxuries of Kitty, did not know made him feel that he was a worm of was the last I ever saw of either of what It was to ln proud. At this time tbe dust. She went so far as to there was a certain law between dogs a report Unit she was engaged them. "That was n good many .tears ago, and cats. This law was that when you to another man. But be stood linn. but I've often wondered whether I did are pleased you must wag your tail, but Then Ileywood, being somewhat left right In not violating that man's con- when you are angry you must keep It out In the cold, took up with a widow. stiff. Kitty, thinking that as she was so This move, though be made It without fidence." "I don't think you did." said a mom rich It was unfair to make her do even the slightest Intention of using It as a ter of the group. "The medical pro- one thing tin same as such a poor weapon, carried consternation to bis fession has no right to shield a crim- creature as Toby, broke tills law ami beloved enemy. Estelle. panic stricken, inal. Women and children should be did Just tlie opposite. She was, of sought nn Immediate opportunity for given the greatest protection we can course, punished, and since then cats surrender, but Instead of sending for Xlve them, but no woid given it ci inl- wag their falls when they are uugry Heywood und fraukly confessing that Instead of when they ure pleased. she hud been in tbe wrong she resorted ine I Is binding." to a very petty nnd transparent device. "But suppose It had turned out that At a cotillion purty, suddenly releasing An Apple Party. tbe uiuu wub not the burglar In quesAn apple party Is a Jolly way to en- herself from her partner, she went tion? I believe he was, but It might Jiave ben otherwise." tertain one's friends, and uow when over to" where Ileywood was standing "Tout's true." said a third. "It was the orchard's wealth Is gathered Is and without looking ut him pinned a All right to keep your promise so lory? Just the time to give It Collect a con- favor to tbe lapel of bis coat. Then, U you bad no actual knowledge that genial crowd, prepare a pleasant game casting up her eyes, she felgued to have tbe man wus a criminal. Where you mid dainty refreshments nnd your par- been mistaken In tbe person. Heywood ssade your mistake was lu making ty will be a success. Here Is it good was not duped, uor did she expect him neb a ridiculous agreement In the first game to start with: Inform your guests to be. Why she bad not surrendered place." that there are a number of apples, lu openly and uborebourd be. being a "And let a man. dangerously Injur- pieces, bidden ubout the rooms. Give man. could not see. but be did not ed, suffer?" asked tbe lirst speaker. each a little suck and bid them gather trouble himself ubout so Small a mat"Beinemuer, when I first agreed to tbe apples. The apples are In the form ter since he knew from that moment tbe case bad no particularly sus- of letters "a "s." "p's." "IV und "e's" he wus her master. He put bis arms I could cite a which' have beeu cut from newspa- about her. und they sailed away. picious appearance. ajeeen different circumstances In which pers and pasted upon cardboard. The After circling the room Heywood led serious accident might happen and guests begin a merry scramble, and her Into a window seat, .where ibVv re which tbe persons connected with the one who succeeds; lu getting the mained for the rest of the evening. would, with a perfect right, go to greatest number of complete apples I Then and 'there a treaty of peace was Igned. Heywood was rery lenient tireat lengths to keep secret So could tbe prize winner. with her. though she knew well that aatner of you." be would stand no more trifling. Which of tbe three was rlsbtJ-N- ew Blowing Out the Candle. QTork Telegraph. However., all tills was much ado Blowing out the caudle Ik an amusing party game. A lighted candle I for Mrs. Glover, now placed on a table. Kich person In turu having several children .to take care of. Thk'Ofrtr w ibe'tlnte nor tbe InclinaTbe early bird catches tbe worm," It blindfolded, told to' take two steps jftMi-veforwardturn around and blow It out tion to' accept attentions from otber tb Me. , sK . , look at This always causes, much amusement, men than her husband. Besides. she .'r'Ae'foeI,-"b- t turn araco toacer be bm to wait until ti tbe one blindfolded Is very apt to baa .lout nome of ber beauty, and her find himself blowing at the wall.'' admirers bare fallen away. Mtl Waiter ateo.t'lrer. 11 1 1 run-sing oak-bear- s I te ' ataui.-,nqtblng- That Grew Out of a Queer Night Call. A girl nnd n boy The Game of Artists. are chosen as GAME OF LOVE cap- PflWHATlNli !MHMTM I nOTELorAMCRICAM bit. It IDtALS I city where good hotels In bound, the Powhatan beads the Is first In the hearts of Its countrymen. .'jA4Wt75tj2,....T'c..uiiiT The Tonliatan is refined, exclusive, and restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and If btreets, makes it a, desirable headquarters (or bridal, couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and volleges. , The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, war and Xaw Departments, also to man? points ot historical interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at J1.50. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50. $3.00 and up. Write fcr booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. Circuit Court T. 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Hartford Republican meots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. It. T. Collins, Commander; u. r. .Moore, uccoiU Keeper. Acme Lodgo No. 3'i! 1. O. O. P. meets every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; V. R. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. Succeed when everything; else fa.Ha. meets every second and fourth Sat- ..aCffsv In, nervous prostration and female urfda nights In each month. Tom weakneatea the arc the upreme Williams, Council Compandor; W. C. remedy, aa tbo'usanda have testified. aawr-a-r Wallace, Clerk. FOR KIDNEYxLIVKR AND, Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M A rdiabllltji iar Mjl.Trfert (It. simplicity in4 nearly 40 years. TOMACHV6UiLll meets every first and third Friday ! town In- the ani nights In each month, Mrs. Attyo p? ET,'" or by mall direct. United States than Canada, k la tbe best rtediciaa eVf'aid More ssld uj. v..r iuii, ocnv wr irec cataloruc Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. H. ver , dnigsiet'a 'cea4ar ; aftcCALIS MAGAZINE E. Mischke, Lady Record Keeper, suort suDscriDer than, any othe: Keystone Chapter No; 110, R. A. mapaint million. month. Intaluable.faihlaa Law M meets every thlrU Saturday night styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery. fancy needlework, Falrdressing! P.ito In each month. John.T. Moore High etiquette, rood stories, etc. Only 59 cents Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. freej pattesn. JT(Wf8LtVj,ubIt)' a,..,.. .am vy.. v( axauita 4wr amDJt COPT. AMERICAN SOCIETY OP EQUITY'. The most economical, cleanslnc anc State Officers President, J. Jl. to Aetata,. germicidal of all antiseptics is Prlncetpn, Ky,; VJce Presi- t and new cashFustal falqtipremlutn catalogue prise offers. Address dent, J. II. Burney, Muhldjnberg Co.; Wm WW JL. WW Secretary & Treas.. S. B. Robertson. Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Bal- maln, Hartford, Ky. Memhera Stntn KxncutlvA rtn.-in-l Ben J. W. A MhrUav Aartawptk Toytd to Dunn,Watson, Webster county; Plrtle, Daviess county; Hdnry fasBasWfaMaj Jt w4MMra9 Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin counAa a mealclaa aattaialln'fnr .lanrhru ! ty; C. G. Davenportt, AVarrer. county. In H"1? 0f,,,'cers. H Sov i?hlon Sec ulceration of Bow7'thioatj'aa4i'thatJb8r Pr'8,S,en,: n rotary: S. 3. Bennett. Treasurer. BMBl caused, by. Temlnlne. ilia it has no eauaL v COUNTY BOARD 'OP EDUCATION. ForUea ,yaaraIUydtaW-PlpkB- a Medicine Co. ban recoaamejided Paxtlae VOsna Shulta, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. la their private eorreapondence with 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. vrositn, wMcas. prove lite' ihjtjrl6rTtr. 2.. T. J. Brooks, ForaaylHe, Ky. 'cured, aay Woaes ko,Tiave 3. Ira Bozartii, Olaton, Ky. It la "worth' lti weight to oH.t' At' 4. II. O. Autry,' Balaetewn, Ky. orugguu. 60c. large be, D. B. O. Austin, PreaUas. aae raxies. xwiet Jo. . J. L. BrewD, Recfajrort, Ky. T juugo; .lcuowcll A. Foglc, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Marshal: Court mnvrnps dwomi Mon w. .Marun, j. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon R1LEYI Ky. HortfortI, Collier's Firat Time USE LI V-VER-- Collins in Clubs For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ur KecnL-nuin- c Electric Bitters , $2.50 t J aUaWkV' ai 2,Sr isu "''. - SPECIAL TO WOMEN I ellr H aau -- 9aa!4j. wj aj na9tl NUttlaav4tQ wW Dr.Ktag,t aasaaam raw ., " p'r. b? ty-Baa- f, mmmmmaiamimmm SURE SIGNS OF DEATH. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. 1.:: :;::' " ANvdelaUf Prcnnmlin C I. slm(laiJn$ilwFoo.iRctfi iinBllicSioniacasaiuIlWstf zm l The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the m Signature of A PromolcsDiseslionhectfiJ-ncssaiu- Itest.Cnn!,ilmn(l:fi,T OpiimuMorphinc norMiircral. A Hai In K iw WOTNAKCOTIC. jUxSaaa JkM'fStff:- iflMniaf-SJJit jbaeArJ QmtlrrtSw inmnmrvwi tlmr. Aneriect Remedy forComlteaI Ion , Sour Stomaclt.Dlarrtocj WorrasjConvulsions.rcTtis!i Sleep. ncss and Loss lirmStn- - AT Am of Y TMC Use Fo r Over JtfV FacSiinKe Sinararcof NEW YORK. Thirty Years Guaranteed, under the toodj Exact Copy of Wrapper. fMWjgl CASTORIA CtflTAUM COMMftf, NKWf VCH CITY. IStarck Pianos (ioa Gaa iaAdranoe Saliafao No Moaey ZwS BBBBnBBT ' BaaaaaBa VaBBaaawPi LovreatNet aateed I Fa oi ory Prieoa 's Term Saving Eaileat A of SlOO to h P A. OTARCK mooFao From ncaiotur (ory Direct sffaaf"H5S52ES:3:S ILaUafa Wo Will Hllln utl a hrnilMftilKlnr!' Tti rt .i,,.... i home. No cash puymtnt required. All we nsk Is that you vlll play upon, use n id test this piano for 3u flays. If. ut the end of that time, you do not llnd It the Inchest crude, sucotcst toned and llnest nlnno In vrv wnv. Hint nm i, sien for the money, you are at perfect liberty to end it back. and. we will. In that I event, imv the frelisht both wava. This Sturek Pian. miwi ' ....., o l . iih vm. .r thorn lt rt ufifn . ...WV . .. 30 DAYS' FREE TR3AL ... M2 aif nL. t..i Save $150.00 or Mart We Mill) illrrct to fou from oi!r factory, at nrins that save you unwanls of 100.00 In tho ro-- t of your piano. IVc guarantee to furnish ou a tatter piano fnr the money than jou can wenre (lwwhrrr. You are awureil of rto-iviYou Easy Paymtnts but after 30 dayi of trial, jou can begin pjyment on the lowest, calMt tenn ever u??MteJ by a piano Theae termi are arranged to iiunuiacturer. ault your conrfnlenc. and it it poanble for jou to lny a pitio for rci;r home, without nihil: z th r.i ney. , ply no cash down, satisfactory awrrt toned durable high grid piano. Btartk mm la guaranteed for it yrara. This guarantee aa" $er of It our IS yean of plana experience, and the rrpo-tatlof on responsible piano hauae. "' Ri'srasitaa I" Etttt 2nd- - Hand Bargains We hue conitanilv on hand a tare immber of alight! (wl oiareK M !tyr-Ha- 50 Frit Musia Ltsstfls To every purchaser of Starck IManoa, we ij.ve free muaic leasona, in one of the beat known achoola la Chicago. Tbeae leaaons jou ran take in your own home, tiy malL Thla rrpreaentt one ycar'a free natructloa. planoa of all and weood-hanitandard makn takrn in exchange for nw Starck Planoa and l'layerPIanoa. The fjlbw. In( are a few aample hargalnai Weber Stelnway Chlckering Kimball Starck $110.00 92.00 90.03 95.00 195.00 yurck riajer-lMano- i ara the and cinat beautiful Player Planoa on toa market. You will be de llghtcj with the many features of theaa ro'idcrful Initrumenla, and will be pleased with the tcry low prices at which they can be secured. fijylr SAW FOOTPtttNTS IK THE DUST. I Plant Send (or our lateat complete aecond-banbargain Uat. P-- . A. STARCK PIANO CO., 188 Starck BWg., CHICAGO beautifully Illustrated piano book which girea you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and Please you. Write todar. Send today for our new latk Fr.i educated persons jhat burial while still alive K though not probable, at least possible. As evidence of this belief one lias but to notice how many persons leave Instructions In their wills for the taking of special precautious AaJ Far Tkree Swaera Mrs. Via- - believe I would have died if I hada'l to guard against this most dreadful of taken it. ceat Was UiaHe t Attead ta catastrophles. After I began taking Cardui, I was When embalming takes place, of 4 Aay f Her Heasework. course, there Is no possibility of being greatly helped, and all three bottles reay LLAKIA PIAtnIG ? burled alive, yet being killed by em P lieved me entirely. balming fluid Instead of being allowed I fattened up, and grew so .much to revive nntl spend many ttiord years Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like an The ttiMiniKvr of the Sli):in Detective on earth Is not the fate one would seagency preisvd :i hutton 11s be limit: lect. three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." Although there Is but one Infallible Vincent, of this town, "and the third and up the telephone rerelver. Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. "Send lllrcli In," he ordered s a sign of death namely, putrefaction-y- et last time, was my worst. there are many other signs, no one Its ingredients have a mild, tonio shock headed ulliee hoy uie.ired. I had dreadful nervous headaches and of which is incontrovertible, yet that "Ves, nlr." effect, on the womanly constitution. when taken together, even in the ab prostration, and was scarcely able to AlmiMt Imtaiitly the donr opened to Cardui makes for increased strength, sence of putrefaction, make the diagnowalk about. Could not do any of my liniiid Hhoiildered ynuug ni:tu, ndinlt sis abvilutely sure. improves the appetite, tones up the neralert of riianncr, with keen gray eyes The heart may stop beating, but this housework. vous system, and helps to make pale, and resolute mouth. does not necessarily mean that the paI also had dreadful pains in my back "You wNh to see me. Mr. Sloan:" be tient Is dead. The writer recalls a sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. and sides and when one of those weak, asked. case In his personal observation when Cardui has helped more than a million sinking spells would come on me, I The other nodded. "Sit down there. n woman's heart stopped beating thirty-weak women, during the past 50 years, I Hiiy, Iloli. there's tieen another one of four times in twelve hours and each would have to give up and lie down, It will surely do for you, what it has those confounded murders, it's IIlu-ma- time was started up again by Injecuntil it wore off. tions of brandy and 6f nitroglycerin. done for them. Try Cardui today. the bunker, tills time." I was certainly in a dreadful state of "Joslah HlimiauV" ilirch's eyebrows That Is more than six years ago. and Ladles' health, when I finally decided to try Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Special re woman Is alive and strong .today. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for went up. "Our greatest philanthropist the is on your case book, "Home orten very dltlleult to tell the Cardui. the woman's, tonic, and I firmly Mructioni for Women," and It Treatment and the most harmless of men! What precipe moment of death, but when lent la plain wrapper. are the details, lr':" the heart refuses to respond to stimu"Oh, same as the other three. He lation, when the body becomes rigid, was found murdered In his bed this when the blood coagulates and the eyemorning. Doors of the house locked, balls become flaccid and lose their tenno tduns of windows being tampered sion, then there Is no doubt that death with, servants all old retnlners, not an has come. The greatest safeguard enemy in the world that we know against premature burial Is the length about, and ye round dead by bis of time that In this country elapses be-valet." -fore the body Is consigned to tho "flow was It done?" ground. New York World. "In Just the same manner as Fllrk' Inger. the railroad Unc. and Benson, ROAR OF THE THUNDER. who was. as you remember, right band man stabbed through the heart with a dagger of foreign Ita Length and Strength Depend Upon Prompt Attention and Gbod Service. the Lightning Flash. make. I'm going up there, and I want Lightning Is the glare of a prodigious you to come on with me." TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, "You know I'd like nothing better." electric spark that Is turned loose from some place no longer strong returned the other eagerly. "Mr. was very kind to me when I was enough to hold it and forms a trea boy. He gave me my first chance In mendous binding arc as It leaps from cloud to cloud or from cloud to earth. the world." "I know, lie's helped n lot of other The little spark of a laboratory mapeople too. He was a fine old chap chine makes a crackling noise, and the gigantic one in the sky makes a cor respondingly great one as it tears through the air and sets up vibrations of tremendous Intensity. But It is noticeable In a thunder- The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 storm that the thunderclaps are of very different loudness and quality of The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 . sound. The length and strength of a i thunder peal, us a meteorologist points The Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 out in Knowledge, depend mainly on the size of the accompanying lightning The Republican and"Twice-a-Wee- k Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 discharge, but the loudness and sharp ness of the crack that comes before The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 tho peal depend chlelly on the direc3.56 wens Doro inquirer tion taken by the electric current rela- The republican ana JLany tive to the hearer. Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger . 1.75 art The first crack or rending noise The Republican and jr coma's from the flash Itself: the eul '. ' thnt follows consists of erlioes from The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 the clouds or mountain sides when 1.30 bills are near. Furthermore, the noise The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. of the actual flash comes to us from 1.50 We The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer all along the lightning's path. hear first that ut the beginning of the Hash and later the noise made toward The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 the end of Its path. When this is short and we are so situated with reference to it that the whole report reaches our ears almost simultaneously, say iu a, quarter of n second. It sounds like one terrific thump or crash. But if the electric arc is long und the noise takes two or three seconds to reach us comB.xalk pletely It translates Itself into a long, tearing roar. Thus you may Judge of the character of a lightning flash from Its own report of proceedings. The Blackbird A Mystery Guided by Tham, There la Little Danger of Premature Burial. There Is a widespread belief amonjc I COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Solved 11 11 JAMES & CO., First Class Ulveryirieti Centertown, - Kentucky. Eltn-ma- n OUR CLUBBING RATES. u .,.- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. 1 J I We are Shipping Whiskey Ky. Right Now-Ev- ery : 4 to Day f a Deliveries made promptly mail us your orders. Prices fur-nished on anything in the liquor line. The barrel given away last Christmas went to Ohio county. We are giving another 1 one away now very shortly. Every quart you buy here either in person or by mail for cash, gets a chance on this barrel. If X you have the lucky number you can cash it for $05.00 The more chances you get, the more likely you are to get the barrel. P. R, LRNCRSTER X CO,, - ' Owensboro, Ky, Distributors of "Old Quality," "Premier Pure," "Old W. S. Stone." -- i I a. OVER 68 YCARS CXPCniENCC Bnckbet'a "Pull of Life" Northern CrotM Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol aSyearaa iuccessiui seed growing behind them, u paya lant the best. Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Red Valentine , . .. Refugee Extra Early Ntw Stringlesa Crecu Pod .' Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New White Wax . . Currle'a Rust rToof Wax . SEEDS BBAN8 Funny how they've picked out three men all Interested in the L. B. M. railroad. I've no doubt the same gang turned the three tricks." "There wasn't u clew in the other two cases." mused Birch as the manager's automobile stopped before a handsome stone bouse on fbe II 11 eat avenue of the small city. Id five minutes they were In the death chamber of the manslou and Sloan was rapping out questions to the agitated valet faster than the man could find replies. Wheu the luterview was concluded they were not much wiser than before. , "I have not touched n thing, npr ha the doctor." ended Blunt tearfully. "He must have been asleep, for tho papers were folded 011 the bedside table, as was his custom, and the light was out. although the murderer might have doue that." "Very true," said Sloan. "Now, my mail. If yon will leave us alone" Blunt went out and closed the door. and the two detectives were left alone lu (be room from which Mr. Ulnmun's body had been .removed a short 'while after their arrival. The two men bad diligently searched the luxurious apartment and after that every room In the house, and now they mood xllently regarding the only clew at hand. The slender, blood stained dagger. "What data have you concerning the Fllckinger and the Beusuu cases?" asked Sloan. Blrcb referred book, to bla memorandum Little and lean, be stood at the altar beside u tall and robust bride of 180 pounds or more. The ceremony proceeded regularly until in the bride's reply the words "to love, honor and obey" were pronounced. At this Juncture Bridegroom Calhoun Clay held up his right baud. A pause ensued. In the silence Calhoun said: "Excuse me, pahson. but Ab would have us wait u moment an' let de full solemnity o' de words sink In especially de last two. All's been married iKifo'." Washington Star. The Persian native bread today is very little different from that used a thousand years ago. The Persian oven 1$ built of smooth masonry work in the ground and Is A Uaaleaa Pause. Calhoun Clay was getting married. YOUR Letter Heads .Bill Heads j t t Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Pe'sian Bread. Attenton In The Republican usually about the size of it barrel. Mnny of them have been used for a century. The dough Is formed into thin sheets about a foot long and two feet wide and slapped against the side of the oven. It bakes lu a few minutes. Dramatic Progrene, "Wbnt became of that play you wrote lire .veil in ago?" "The managers decided It was too daring to produce." "Send It on again." "I did. They say It's too tame now." -- Pittsburgh Post. A Cruel Dig. Job Department. BUOME'S BULBS BULBS SUCUEB. "4 . ' Made to fcmlla Mew Boalaaas. A ' ' trial will nik. you A umlunnt oiu. " ' tomer. Sail! action snikxaateed or lour ' ' F Souvenir tmoimv ESPECIAL. OFFER'. n( undad. Keep ial Style by Reading McCaU's Magazine and Using McCall Patterns MtCair. Hajail.aWlll holy you ,dret iirl-lilil- y ol a tuudeicia cxiHjnsuby Lucpusf vim posted ou Ilia hirst faMilon lu lloluei slut Lais. tO Now I'usli Ion lcl;as lu emu It..,!. A.S3 Yjluuhlu Information on Ml homo uiul Only tvliut luiliti'ts VX a jTsr Inrluitins; a fruo imttcrn. 3ul cnbo toility ur scaj Ladies! Sve Money tod MSCAlL'S MAGAZINE aaaaaaaaal HJHl..BBaU...-aBBasaBaaLaaaaa- aa 'Traoc Marks K A h aAHHM B alr&tAk .till rf.vlntlAn M.. qiitcklr urermlii our opiniim frta whether an tiiToulloH la pivhnblr MiaiUJihlavXoreiuiiiileii. Uona airid Ir f omiuoiil UU VXmWM on Patents wurnu. sent free. OMosi throuoa for aeciuuigCo, recelra Kisno A I'ulcuta taken tftcial tutlct, without obaraa, In the tABwatiAUvai rsraiaNa Ae StkMHlO IhKi KM. 'aOfWJ..".' asaaaNi.lHMf 1B BSHVU. UiaUM 4MSTBK. UimUU. tmkw Hi "The most Important I that I learnDolly No. dear. I can't go any place ratata. striM Un u, Ula, siuWk lot, iwiiu. aiwli, I ed that four men who bud been wltjj Molly, I hate her. the cat! Polly . tkhiM TU, Tbiu4 I SMa S. iUabaiM, . mhm aau jnww njni.wi.. discharged by the railroad company But.'tfflrllng. you used to be chummy I rain tui. vuu iluliavkMTKaB T PLXAVE bad threatened barm to Mr, Kllcklii-ge- r with ber. What did she do? Dolly-S- he Mtmtloa Mm Papr I Wrafa and his secretary. I could find u told me u lot of (he nasty tblnjrs PBA8 VtCTTTBV . I ill I IMS f tlitthU trace of these men. It was Maid that you said ijliout me. dear. Cleveland Extra Rarly Alaska . . . fl.jo Bushel New Early Cradus fc 50 Bushel one of them was really a titled foreign- Leader. Horsford'a Market Garden .. 15 Bushel Buckbec'j Lightning Express .oo Bushel er down 011 hi luck, that he had pastlUblWlMl laeWca. Baaisku Taaatto and a full line a ed through alt the phHut of good and Erudite. aseas. ruois ana Buios at lowest growing prlcta. bad fortune and be had failed to make 'Send for complete catalogue or auoam a uk ssi "Ob. Imby." exclaimed the Boston ow muilremeaU aujl wMTcjaota P"?av Kood." ' Buy direct from the grower "whut does in.ife on cry oT" Save Moa guesa bo's the man we're after," niothe. "I Write today. Mtatioq thla paper. "I rfcnlly cannot say," wh the tipex- tald Sloan. "What name?" petted Hnswer. "I hava aeer lutlulgtv j 'Vati Benjldck." lu lutroanticttoa." CoUMHoaiy.g: i.;o Bushel tj.5 Bushel lj.70 Bushel 14.50 uutnet W.73 Bushel W.jo Bushel , te-(- ay .... i BSiFsssM rtaosMiataw McCall a I H. W. 9UCKBEE 'MtuuLiWiiivmuiaiiut iorlit'OitiiriluLoiy, mil enable ron Mm.-In'rour own hoiu", wlih iirroniiiuaiU iJuiUiunOr Touisulf ami cullilinii wlilih will li toilers In Jtyluaiid flu I'ui'i uo.m h''irr mau 15 ronu thiul fur, freo 1'awer1' Caiuhcuo. i We tat Owe T Tim TrMrala fur tub. 'crlpuoui ibhhm ivrJI'ndi, lrfiv l're mlom ;.italog-- ami cud J'jixn oiler, . . Palliraa u asaraT ! . t 37 sUm.1 uk m$!ln ,jf,iiM.Xii'.w;g awteaHi wamai hb m ism iwiiii wwpa FJoraiLvV SPORTING NEWS scoping nnd "Barnatt going to sjc-onBJankcm&hlp out Hides to Il'ht. 1 run. 1 hit. ROUND G. Wo'sh. esafo on 8. d- ROYAL Makes Home-Bakin- c4bsoIute& BAKING 'Pure POWDER g Snccessful and Eujr acres, more or los3. containing 9 Second tract adjoining the above tract aud bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone in the lane of the Harris place; thence N. 32 V- - 102 pslcs to black oak; thenco N. 77 W. 23 po'cs to bln.'ek oak; thence S. SO pcles to white cak; thence V. SO poles to the beginning, containing 25 acre, more or less. Both tracts being the same land conveyed to V L. Howard as shouu by dosd doited Teh. 7. 190S by Sarah I. Austin and her husband, Albert N. Austin, as chown by deed of record in Deed Book 40, page 94, Ohio County Clerk's office. Which deed was duly signed and acUuowlcklged and is now of record in Ohio County Clerk's office, Deed Book 39, page 27S, or suf ficiciit thereof to produce the Buni3 of money to be made. The purchaser will be require!! to execute bond with approved security Immediately after sale. This 16th day of June, 1914. ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD, Master Commissioner. HEAVR1N & KIRK, Attorneys. 1td GRIM TRAGEDY IN THE AIR Airship and Biplane Colide Bringing Death to Nine. Explosion Follows and Airship is Enveloped In Flames 1500 Feet High. aviators lost thi.iT Uvea today iwhcn a mimic war in the air was puddenly turned into tragic reality by the accidental ripping cf u M'riglble alrahip by a bipkjuo wihijo both were flying at a great lioJit during itho Austrian army maneuvers. aad Botih craft were destroyed their occupants, nluo military and jiaval officers arid oft'eers, voru burned and mutilated ' buyond recognition. t liaJ-loThe Austaan army dlnigrtlfla Cpertiing ascended at Fiscna-V-Itmn- a, whero there 's a mllltory uvin&on station. It was the Jtton-ti'o- n HauswirMi, pf Capt. Joliann the; i commander, to take photographs w of the movement" of tho troops maneuand then to join in the vers. 'The cKrqplane started half an liour )a,Jer from the same spot- - It was manned by LicuSsi FlUtz and Vienna, Juno 20 HARTFORD DEFEATS HABIT. (By C. O- Hunter.) Satunkc afternoon 300 fuim assembled t East End Park to witness thq Jocn's hud llabti perform 'n that grat Americau past time, and ho it d nght Jiorp tluit tho excitement WU3 soniu.liing tlorco for more than oncp Jie ejearo was lied and It looked as if oho fans ,woro n for cold supjK.r on account of an overtlmo game, but thq Jocrs were equal to tho occasion and pushod the winning ru'i acrc&ii in t)iu'r half of the ninth. Rickard was wjld puncturclng two in the sluts and issuing '5 ir.;.si3 but cnustd 13 of tho enemy to llrop ftho wJUow at the plate. WosUrfleld, the boy twlrler who worked for Habit, pitched good 1all but wni3 hit ratlior freely during tho contest, the Joca'.s garnering 1G safo swats off his delivery- Hero is how It happened. 'Unipiro Anions calllcd play at 2:;;0 o'ejock with Ricka.ld and B'auKe.ish p batteries for Hartford, opposed by Wej.erfield and Neel for Habit- - sl high peg to first, took second on wild pUch. R. WciiU walkctl. Daley hit to short scoring O. "Wo.sli. It. WVlih caught bowteen socond 'and thiild. Hicks walked. Bell 'ngled tiirough Bhort filling tho basos. WcterfieJd ' singled to r'ght scoring Hicks anid Daloy. Coans fanned- - llight 'doubled to left scoring Hell nnd Wosterf'eld. Neel out Keown to Elgin. 0 runs. 3 nliu. JoluUou walked. Kco.wi B.uglod to rlgh;. E. B.iruett fanned. Elgin stw r'ticcd, Joluison scoring, Keown Uk-iii- g third. RickarfJ doubled down Ui rd base imoscorng Koown. l'lunnner pop jied a i''0' one which Ciwns failed to go; hold of, Rickard bcorlug, hi Id Pltunnier stopping at tii,nl. Cundiff doubled scoring PJummer- - A. B.irujLt h't one aguiiist .ett ticld fence, Cuu-di- tt (iccr.iig. Buineifc: out trying ror throe basud. 5 rutu. 5 lita. ROUND G. 9- - Ouif's Bank the balance. Ford cost and heavy The difference between car cost is "velvet" for He the pi udent buyer. knows the Ford not only saves him dollars but serves him best. ' It's a better car sold at a lower price. I I Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runabout; the touring car Is live fifty; the town car seven tlfty- - f. o. Ii. Detroit, complete with Get catalog nnd particulars from equipment. BARNES AUTOMOBILE (INCORPORATED) GO Nino Welsh safo at fvrst on a slow rol or to third. R. WoJ:h lau.ied. Daley fou cd to Elgin. Ihoks fanned. No runs. I hit- BlodikeniiJiip doubled to left. Jo.in-so- u bounccil ,i hut 'drive off H'ck's shin, bconiig B a;ikc..hip wltli the winning run. No ouUj when winning run was scored. Titno of game I hour, u4 minutes. Uaiplre Anient, Taylor il'nes. Beaver Dam defeated tho Hartford 2d team Wednesday afternoon 13 to 9. At ti'o end of the nlnta the score CENTRAL CITY, KY. 4 LOOK HERE! Land Sale For Taxes. I By ivjrtue of taxes due me as Mar-sha- fl of I he town of Hartford, ."Ohio county, Kentucky, I will on Monday, July 13, 1914, expose at public sale at the court house door dn Hartford Ky., between tho Jiours of 10 o'clock a. m- - and 3 o'clock p. m. i&ie following lauds (houses and lot) or so much thereof as may be noccliaary to produce the sums required to (pay the taxes due from the respectiive parties to the town of Hartford for the time 'hereafter sot out, vjz: J. C. Carpent'er for year 1913 $6.3-- J. HoosTjaf C. Carpenter for year 1914 $5.0S The mosquito craft soon overtook $6.32 John Blair for year 1914 lier big 'pter and immediately beJ. P. STEVENS. gan a saam atjtaak. After encircling Marshal Town of Hartford, the alrch.p soveiul tlm.s c U height .r0t3. Aa Collector. 'y biplane's pilot 1.D0O I'eet on toe-loI of the sud-ilen- mancuioicd w.th tie object of taKi'ng a posLtio'n EFFORT TO OUTBID directly above tlio airship. eu'deiiUy nvlecajlcu-Jate- d Tvio uawgalor THE UNITED STATES his distyneo or bus sliced, for tlie mm of tho biplane grazed tho envolarva of the airslilip ail nipped it Is Charged Against Germany in wide qpeit. was a terrific explosion and There Nicaraguan Canal tVho tjio Jrship took JTiro- ftnoa ihiplanc and Cn a few engulfed vend Matter. momenta the rauiuunita Df bath craft mountain crashed on the slopes of a i with wo'r occupants, Washington, June 24. Attempts by The aanies of bo victims were Gorman Jntextsts to outbid the Unit-- Jl Lieuts. C.Jit. Johaun Hauswirth. States 'for rights to construct an Hdosta. interoceanic caiutl across Nicaragua Flatz, Ernst, Hofatettor, Bruer and Haldingcr, Corps. Mad'-m- a were revealed to the Senate Foreign and Wefoor aud Engineer Kam-mere- r. RoJaUons Committee by Nicaragua , Mlnib'er Chamorro. The Minister oakl Gormaru had urged that the $3,000,000 A Texas Wonder. offered by the Nmted States for canal The Texas "Wonder cures kidney an rights aiU other concessions pas not " bladder troubles', dissolves gravel, enough. cures dltbctes, weak tnd lame backs, Senor Chamorro's statement was rerheumatism, and all irregularities ot ceived w'th uurprli aud lad to much the kidneys and bladder in both men speculation flfaioiig members of the and women. Kogulates bladder trou- committee after Jie left the capital. bles in children .It not sold by your Some members understood h'ni to 'druggist, will send by mall on re- mean that Germany had officially ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is the Nicaraguan govormnonit, two months" treatment, and seldom aud tho Mi ulster's d'fficulty in speakfalls to perfeot a cure. Send for tes- ing Eng!h prevented h'-- r,tatemoat timonials front this and other states. from bo'ng entirely clear, Dr. E. W. Hall, 2U2G Olive Street, St. Menibors of tho committee f.vho did not believe that Germany 2nd mJWo For Sale. .iiiy official suggestions to Nicaragua a big stock of No. 1 redeem- were inclined to the opinion that l!ajj ed WlupporwiU Peas on hand. Also ves of Gorman te&kcrd were a big stock of S.sal Bidding Twine. rwponslble for anyi'hing that liadbeeti i W. E. ELMS, dune ore, on .that N'ca-agu- a miglit hot atcrcliant, Feed and Produce be p.dvriite to p'ayliig Anit,rieau Hartford, Ky. 17tl. game of ,bluf. I I s I rp-rjienu- ii. ' ' his little .craft te Master Commissioner's Sale. Ohio CUuit Court, Kentucky. VlrgU Jlocker, Plaintiff, I J Coughs and Colas Weaken tho System. Continued Coughs, colds and Brou-clU- al tivubles are depressing urjd weaken Cihe Bystom. Lkws of weight and apotlte goaorully follow. Get a 50c. bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery W wcl stop your cough. Tho first dose kolj. Tue beat medicine for Stuborn Cougbs.C olds and all Throat and Lung Troubles- - Mr. O. II, Brown, Muscatlno, Ala., writes; "My wife was sick during the hot summer niontlis and I honestly believe Dr. Klng'u Now Discovery 6a-t- tl her lire-- " Good for Mldreu. BOc. and $1.00, ut your Druglst. to-da- y. vs. A. T- - Colltus, Defendant. liy virtue of a Judgment avd order of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the June Term 1914, lu tho aboe for tho sum of $150.00, with interest at fho rate of C per cent per annum from, tho Lit day of Fob., 11)11, until paid, aud C03ta herolu, I iwjll otfer for sale by Public Auction at the Court House boor In Hartford, on Monday, tho Cth daft- - of July, 1014, about 1 o'clock p. m-- , upon a credit of six months the following described propTty, : ' i at a stono in Sarah I. Aiutin'p lite; tbonco .running S. 15 poles ip a atone, Mallnda Aiu- tlu'e comer In 8. I. Austin's line; tfienco IV. 16 5 polos to a atone; thence N. JG 5 poles to a stone in Reddish lino; thence with his linj B. fitf B ,vMe to tine beglnttiag, 1-- CASTOR I A Mi CUUrw. 7r Im&ati ThiKWYMNnAIwajsNHW Bean Um Wgutaraofl SM sTTTZ stood 9 to 9 and eleven innings were required ito decide tho winner. Had the local team p'ayod up to its s.aud-ar- d Ju the 11th tho gome proba'oly would have lusted much longer but a combluation cf errons, wild pitched and ugl" temiHjr Jot in 4 runs for tlie m i visitors aud gave Uiem the game. o It was an exciting contest up to YYotWty the :ald cletcnth but that round was PLUJLMER SLID HOME SAFELY. a farce Tho best crowd that, has ati: tended a second team game this sca-- n ROUND 1. was on hand, atfl would liked lo Coons, firt nui up Jit by p'tcihed have seen a little more pep and mora i: ball, H'shts fanned, Neel popped to amiable disposition on the jort of a 's i: Rickard, Cooas a'.ole soconU, few local players. wild peg getting by E. Bar-ne:: Coons taking th'rd. G. Welsh Ronfrow Ucfeated Rob Roy on tho singled over second Bearing Coon3. latterU ground Saturday 2 to 1. MEny :: R. AVelsh fanned for third out. Runs Rob Roy rcoters were 'on hand and 1, Hits 1. qu'te a number of tho fair box. The :: Plummer lilt to Westerfleil. Cun-d'- ff game was hard fought from start to Jilt to Bhort, beating tlie throw tiiusli- - TIicec two teams will meet :: tq first. Cundiff out stealing. A. Bar-ne- tt uga'n in tho future. :: doublell o left field. Blanken-shi- p .afe on R. We'sh's error, A. Tell The Truth. 10 scoring. Johnson eJiUed the Barne--t Under lilie head "Badly Treated round 'by. Lifting a nigh oue to Hecks. Were the ForeUnvil'e BohO Bajl Boys Runs 1. Htfs 1. at Hartfoi'd," the Fordsville ArgoROUND 2- naut says: Daley fanned, H'cty .wajkod, stole "Last Saturday le Fpnlivil o B;ill secoiO. Bell fauned and Westerfield team ".vent ovcr to Hartford to play folowed auit. No runs, no hits. a game with the team of that city. BEAVhK UAIVI, KENTUCKY. Keo.vn doubled to center- - E. Bar-ne- tt According to tho roporf. of the capfannell. Elgin hit to U'esterf-'eltain of the FordsviJIo nine the umwho throw Koown out at third. El- piring was so rottea it Bine t ballgin Btole secondRickard faned. 'Tho result was 20 (to 0 j.n favor of Announcement. ,No runs. I hit. Haniord. In vlow of the fact thlot In Ohio ROUND 3. The Fordsville boys say they are Coons out, Rickard to Elgin. Hjgat several dol ars worse off than they and adjoining counties there are offer ed no Summer Course Jn ether Normal out, Johnson to Elgin- Ntvl fanned. were before ,they went to Hartford. High School Work, we ihavo doold-e- d No runs. No Jilts. The Fordsville boys are bjux'ous or to establish bucIi a course ut (Plummer out on a slow roller to for Hartford to come up hero and try Are nice to record the Fordsville, beginning June 1, 1911, ani first. Cundiff walked. A. Bamett them a round any time." continuing Eight Weeks- popped to Westerfield, doubling Cun passing changes in little Now let ;the truth Ibe (told. It is The object of this School is not diff at first. No runo. No hits- easy to slander and knock on iHarttt-tor- d tacea and big ones. to work against either of the State ROUND 4. and those falsehoods should not Normals, but to aisaist ttvetni in raisWe-'sG. out Cundiff to Elgin. R. go unchallenged. Tho umpires, two y, Wlesh out, Keown to Elgin. Daley ja number, Messrs- - Noble Taylor and ing the educational standard of sum-by bringing a flrst-olafanned- No runs. No h'ts. Myrle Taylor (were from Beaver Dam You ought to have gqod , Blaukeoshlp walked, Johnson sacri and had no conuecton (whatever with mer course nearer borne. Special attention will aglvea to portraits made at least ficed him to second. Keoua flied to the Hartford itani. Bcj)k p)n Iball G. Welsh. E. Barnett singliid to j)Jayers and underataild tho game. training teachers for tlis "3iuo and once a year. left fiedd scoring Blankcn&trp and Besides, when tho Fordsville mautyter July examluaVons, and ulso,,a very took second on throw at plaice. Elg'ln kicked on the umpjre'q decision on thoroug' course In High School work There's a Photographer 1 hit to shrt but safe on Hight'a eiror. some point I offered to 1qU him go will be given to thode who wish in Hartford E. Barnqtt scoring. Rickaftd doubled n and unyilre .ho gamo Jilmsolf, to teach such work, or lessen the to Jctt jcoring Elgin. Rickard stoled which he refused to do, saying ho timo required to complete the High :; tuj:d. Plummer poped to Coans. know nothing about umpiring. Juit School work. This school will bo conducted by ROUND what is meant by the FoiUiville boja PROF. F- - T. SHULTZ. who Is an A. walked, etojo second. Boll hit being "several dojllijra rorso oilf I flan through short, Plummer f'eld'ug the before they went to Hartford" la u B. Gralluato of Kentucky State University aud holds a Stiilo aud Life ball throw Hlcku out oil the plate. rather brodd ruflctotjon. I don't Westorfieid singled to right. Coons know whether it Cs meant to chargo certificate. Students may enter and classify at walked fUliug ilio bases, llight hit that elhey, had their pockets p'eked to Short scoring Bell. WeterMold out or lost hotting on itho gamo. Hart- any time. For further information, wrlto or ait tlMild. Noel h't by RIckjtd filling ford paid theur expenses juut as sho PROF. F. T. SHULTZ. the babos. C001J3 mud Higlit scored agreed to do. Tho Hartford ball team sco Fordsvillo, Ky. on Wild pi'-cSeel out iitoaUng- - 3 is sorry if the Foiklsvle boys lost Board of Trustee. runs. 2 hitsr'iy money by coining down hero to Cu.idlff doubled to loltf.icld. A. Bar-ue- tt enjoy a little contest. TJioro should jHiped to short. B'aiik3iiaWp 'itt ac lexist bo notlung but good feeling Owensboro Optical House. to thinl. Cundiff out secuiul among tho two teanu and there Is i Hartord, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used and third- - No runs. I h't. none other Jiero toward f,h0 Fords-v'll- e "lasses made by R. C. Hard wick's ROUND 6. boys und .we hDjto to Jiaia Hhorn Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my enG. Welsh lined to Elgin. It- - Welsh back somo time and ooavjinoo them tire satisfaction. His house and malifUl a hloh one to A. Bariiott. Dul-o- y that they ore wrong, if they liave chinery for makintr leases are the No runs. No been correctly quoted u the Argonaut most complete in tho State, and he tii usual, fanned. hiU Our people ,wero improssed with the employs none but experienced workJuuinson filed to OJell- - Koown out, manly deportment of tho Fordsvillo men. C. M. BARNETT. Hicks to HlgUt. E. Barnett singled boys .whilo liero, but Bomebody had to got the best and don't bo satisfied between first aud second taking sec- to get beat us is uiost always with auytli'ng ejse. Children-Crond on w'ld throw Ito first. E. Bar-ue- tt la' to swallow arid tho best way ou( Mealing- - No 1 hit. FOR FLETCHER'S our medicine add tru3t to better luck bull FEED HOUND 7. next time. J. C- - CASEBIER. (Hicka fanned. Dell IJkid Jo jPlum-nla .absolutely tho best phtalnabfce oa Manager Hartford Base Ball Team. Wostorfield safe on Elgmtj mutf tlie nurkt. It Is good enough for Notice. of liuop Coons MflkU. HJisM, doub'ed For Sale. the lxfct stock iu tho land, wlVlo the to left scoring Noel WtHcrtfeld. Good farm la Ohio county, near Hereafjer, this papor will charge price maUw it. cUap ouuugh, for tbfi fannHl. 1 inui. 1 hit Barnetts Creek church, contalnluc 5 cents per Hoe for all obituaries, ElgJn sluelM to kit. Riol,aiil filed 120 acres, all la cultivation except- - In advunce, and C cents par Hue for poorest- - Obtain our prices. . to Bell. Plutuor Kilq ni G. Wefeh's 5 acres. Good 4 room dwelling, barn all church notices except tor church error. Cuudlff walkud filling tho bas- ana all In good repair. services, and also tor cards of thanks. ' es. A. Baroett, hit to WcuU-rft'elwell watered and In" the olj belt. For In adopting this rule we are only The Produce Meraharit L Elgin at tho plate. Nivl tjirew terais and particulars manly at thli foUjwlng the eame plan of every othforcms HARTFORD, - KKrTUCKY BARNETT ft SON. Asents. to f irst to A. Bjtt nott, plummer otfica er local paper la Keatucky. Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, vpt -- j Blank-cushlp- tt, tors, (lowers, Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. Don't forget that we can furnish you the best binder on the market. Come and contract with us, so we can have the machine here in time so there will be no delay when the time comes to use them. Buy your implements from the dealer that has practical experience and knows the seieci. : implements I WILLIAMS & MILLER, f d - - - till P IB ol t h Kou--tuck- BUT - aj i t SCHROETER. Make An Effort h. - 'boti'-vpci- the-cas- e y CASTOR! A -- d W. E. ELLIS U -- ..