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The Hartford republican: July 31, 1914 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 hao1914073101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 31, 1914 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3fye I Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV1L ERNST REPLIES TO ALBERT SCOTT Brands as False Charges of I Jtortfrt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS flemtMictm Subscription $1 per Year No. 3 IS TRAPPED WITH SHARK FOR CONGRESS this 21at day of July, 1911. (Signed.) "CHARLES WALTERS. 'Clerk LaRuo County Court." OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914. spent moro both of money anil tlmo In carrying on tho iwork, tluin "did any other i)cr8on. 'I am compelled, therefore, in v.ow DR. LINDSEY MORRISOjN K o lbs ia glioii Bites Great Chunks of Flesh out to a worM that expects him tjo luo a good deal more to do with the From His Legs. Willson Supporter. actual work than Carranza, Carbajal and company. Allowing fcr a iardonablo of dLsi!a), a sort of attempt totfljt Rescued Unconscious, He DescribStyle Defends Himself in Vigorous tho fear of God Into the iieopleXof Mexico City, what Villa stands out es Encounter That Nearly Erom Charges of for seems practical acll workable Cost His Life. onough. it 3 at all events, not the leaet bit visionary. These are his p. demands: 4 New Orleans, I.a-- , July 2S. As 4 Th0 Constitutionalist forces must "Unqualifiedly false" is the brand g result of a battle with a parade in the Federal City- placed by Richard P. Ernst, candi Tho Federal army (must he disband- shark, Benvcnuto Lopez, a Spaniel date for tho Republican nomination fisherman of Barataria Bay, is (n ed. for tho United States Senate, upon A mow army must be created, pri- Charity Hospital here wuth, two large (by a stateiiMMt issued Frl'day evening marily for pojice purposes. It shou'd pieces of flesh gone from his riant Albert Scott, a loading Republican, bo of picked men and would corre- le. He probably will too a crlple for attacking Mr. Ernst spond to Diaz' famous force of life. of iMr- - Scott, who is a supiwrtcr One of Lopez's wioutfls is a gasfa "Rurales." Augustus E. Wilson, Mr. Ernst's opWidow 6 of the soldiery must be 8 inohos long and 4 inches wide at ponent ln the race for tho Senatorial pensionedthe widest part near the right bip nomination, accused Ernst of decep'Retired soldiers must be granted Near (the knee on the same leg ifl tion in the issuance of campaign free land. another bite 4 2 inches $ang and literature which, ho asaerttd, was The same conditions should apply 2 inched wide. The jieoti of flesh "glaringly untrue." wero La ken out Df both by the teetdi to jjeons. than 1,100 voUbMr. Scott claimed credit for (ho Mining companies must not run of the shark as cleanly as If Cut '"You mention my subscription of management of Mr- - Wjllaon's cam- f 100 to thc campa'-ijstores, and bo virtually anajave the with a knife. Lopez's youth anjd fund. That am OHIO COUNTY STANLEY HASHES paign for Governor in 1907 and de- ount presents but a Btnal pant of splendid vitality, for he Ia only 22 miners. nounced Mr. Ernst because! lie charg- my total gifts during that election Separaltcn of church and state to years old and has lived in like open ed, some of the lattor's campaign cir- period. The contributions from my BOYS GO WRONG WITH JOHN PRIEST ba real, not theoretic. all hi? ife, saved him, according culars sought to convey tho impres- district, thc Sixth, to tho campaign C- - D. Wllklns. Strict regulation of tho production sion that Ernat had been responsi- fund, were, I am informed, exceeded U and diatrlbutipn of intoxicants pf all "Barataria Bay is au almost ble for Willson's oJccUon. kinds- 'body of salt water, connected only by tjioso of the LpulavJlle lia- - Forged Check Causes Remus Har- Affidavit Produced Showing He WJien Mr. Ernst at his home in Coving- trlct, whore Mr. WlUson resides- a1! these conditions are met with the gulf by a narrow channel," ton, made public his reply to Mr. 'Lot me add further, that others there wl'l Vila thinks, foe time to said Lopez. "I have fished there al Tried to Get McLean Dele- nett Held To Grand Scott, in which ho cliargqs t&e lat- who held high office in the "Willson revise the laws and cnostitutton, ail j meat all imy Jife, and never saw anyter with deliberate misrepresentation, administration entertain no such feelgate to Bolt. ' "iner Eucn iniies. iiut tncao nave thing more dangreous than the big. Jury. ( at tho name time deploring the pull-li- e ing toward me as those you have exthe first jplace. fiat pMngras which awarm on Che controversy, which he admits mriHl pressed. As conclusive evidence of "I have spoken," added Pancho, ftr bottom. Two Hays ago, with my ftiltlh-- er injure the party, as similar bitter Uiat fact, I have in this campaign and brothers, I was seining- - It Remus Baniett and Paxthenla Hnir-- Calhoun Ky July 27. At a onite a whl'e past, accustcmcd to the personalities are destroying the Odm- - tho warm import of tho Hollowing ora. , laUer about .,. Arein, of became necessary for me to 'maker sixeuksng apointment of A- - D. Stanr last word. Louisville HoraJd. ocraUe party's ohanccs for success-Mr- . distinguished gentlemen, all of wboni were iae lead linos' to hold tho seine on. .before Judge Lancaster ley here toniisht, lafojie about 200 Ernnt'8 letter follows: the botom. To do this I had to step American Road Con ;ress. wore Identified wjth the WlJIson art.'.. Monday afternoon on tiho charge of people, many of them ladles Stanley insldo the net. ministration: 25, 1914. haviig defrauded J. E. Jolloy, pro- and John Priest, county V;ltLk of lUs 'Covjngton, Ky., July At least six groat national organi''Hon. William H. Cox, then Lieu- prietor of 'he aaloon, Donuw of iProd-eri- county, had a sharp passage of zations are expected to hold distinct "I saw a school of t'ah coming, "Mr. Albert Scott, n tenant Governor- nud Second streets out of '$14 words, quite a Joint debai? for a sosslous at the Fourth American leading and racing along, and hurri-- (l ''Cha.rman for Republican bo ki3 to got the Boine nil set that ''Hon. Prank P. James, then Audlt-p- r by moans of forged check- - Harnett i while, Comlttto fur ICoalucJty for Read Congress, .Which will be held in of State. was held over to tho grand jury und, 6tahley commenced speaking in Atlanta, Georgia,. Burlng the veek,p?. wo ml"-- v make a big oatoh- - Just, as I 'mv 'UntB-do"Hon. Den L. Uruiicr, Jion Secre- being unable to give bond, he was re- bltlorvords of Priest's opposltlo'fflo November 9, l"folt Btte'fisit Sir: under the auspices of the icot N turned to Jail. There mas no direct him, saying he had some years 'ago American Highway Association nnd Bwarming about my bare Jegu, dash"Your jetUr of Ju'y 21 Just receiv- tary of State. ''Hon. Napier Adams, then Clerk ovidenco asalus: the girl, so ahe Mas ti.iu'ltkl 600 miles to como here and the American Automobile Association. ing .blindly as thomrfli Bomethirtj ,waa ed. You htatc Uiat in camiiuliiti illsuilss.il. tiolng eent out from my. of tl.o Court of Appeals. assure Priest he Should bo census A session devoted co the discussion pursuing them, ln the middle of Mie not, which was p.bout 100 feet la '"Hon. Thomas B- McGrcgory, then Tho main witness for tho prosecu- supervisor for McLean county. bolng headquarters, that Credit Is of tho,,anerit sjsUm ln tiiie manage-mediamettj", I saw a high gray fin sticktion was the Rogora girl, who seemed fiUen to mid asaumtX by mo for tho Assistant Attorney General. Priest arose and interrupted the public roaiJu of he Jield by 'There are also Dthew conued'.ed to a straight-forwar- d i&ory about speaker, saying he wanted to correct the National Caul Service Reform ing out the water, while all about orgaitlzaUoii, mnaagmcnt and succcJ administration who are i'Ao transaction- - She said that Walter him; that Stanley had not come here League. As there are more than 100,-00- 0 floaed 'heads and fragments of tail. of Mr. Willson's cami'olgn for Gov- with Uiat "Though I had never been so close actively a:d.ng me. Maloue, Remus Baniett and Joe Ear- on that occasion but asked him to ernor in 1907- petty officials having authority to a shark, I knew rfotn my father's "I muo' regret that you and Uhose Jy came her home neaT Mftgan on m'eet hlm at Dawson Springs, and the in road matters throughout "1 doalr to state, as emphatically the awrlea & a 'tiger of (Jhe thls -. as I can, that your atatomcut (a un- associated with you in tho present the Sunday night preceding their trio real obiect Df the meetimK was to uni a n t, i have U0 Owensboro. She said it was about lead off threatened opposition to nual exnSndlttimB camiaigin for Mr. Willson . .9ftn. sea.' I started to climb oyer the ht. qualifiedly false. .rii 1 was traflped' d3 m to Slanley. He said, however, during OOO.OOO. ait wa . "No literature trora my headquart thought it necessary or expedient to u sr.rtoonnnn of Z,Mrh Tnon l foUBH . . ., I could not pull the upper rope down n ers or any authorized by me, contains write a letter, tho effect of .wWoh can- - Owenaboro and stanlev "told hlm he would 1, not iwsslbly tend to benefit he party They did come to this city, acoom-- I get him appointed supervisor provid expert Judgment, ,the field of useful- - t" such Btatement, ' , uu ' have thought that the warfare n'og- - panled by Barnett and Malone. She ed ho would et the ondprsoment of ness for the League is a broad one. . "Your own letex Droves the fal. u od by our Democratic friends ds ex-- ! stated that tlie .boys finally got Borne BUI Boston, but in turned out Stan- Ways and means of bringing couuDg neaiw, sity of your charges. about add, for money, and she was given 11. Bhe ley had nothing to d) with the! ap- an TOUW BnarK' BWim "First The article you refer to as tremely bad for that party, morit in Ueu ",Dg rrom id j eBgMX ,a?1,y Ju9t a few lnch marry Early but returned to pointments, and tbey "wene made by of the prJent loose organl- published in my behalf in tiho color- that reason, I have retrained making any statement which Could ner jme about Wednesday of Uiat Govcncr Bradby. He said he had .'the surface of jbhe water. I mad win tin ed newspapers, I do not remember tb possibly bo construed Into a ref loc-- 1 woojc aCter g0ing to central City and been serving Stanley many years. ' daf?1, or the delegates at the Congress for even to have seen. It was not u.,tauVl brother had gone ashore, about tlon upon Gov. Willson, or any one . Rrowder. Alias Ro.ers stated that Pries' asked Stanley if, in the full sMsiot,. VrAcmt ,no, hv me or Mut out from fay candddacy, after they left Owenatwro Bho heard 1011 slate convention, he didn't try Dana d,d " of tho National Civil Service Re'1?0 yarda dW"t1M' headquarters and I know absolutely engaged ia furthering his nothing ( about it-- ' Bo much of fihe tho, by reason pf vicious mlaroppeaea- tho bojs telling about puttlnj the to gat the McLean county delegates form Leagu?, wall bq one of the lre- - attract the attention of my father sorply tempted f org- - II chock over, and Uiat Joe Early to bolt belr instruclons to vote to stding officers and brothers until the shark Md bit.siatomont as states Uiat I ,waa chalr-uu- u tation, I IhaVo boon rupndsautcd Wmstff to be Clarence put the uniform county unit in the An exact compilation of every ex- ten moRepublican State Com- to got Into, a, peiisonal' controversy. ol the "I was in 4 feet of water and could 'Let me ay, in conclualan, that smith. Tim i?iri im.'h t.imt ti... , platform. isting road law in each of the fonty-eigmittee is true, for 1 waa chairman very deeply, regret, day uho went to Dundee and Notified etatts Js nearing completion not run to. the posts Importing when Willbou vaa elected and had I, furthermore, Stanley denied thisso I struck out $0 swdm. The that you thought Mr. "WlUm's case the cashier of the forged check- .been for nearly four years. Priest then said he had tho affida- and will form the basis for analysis you find lt neoos- rhe RTr piri Miii -f ,. mh vit of one of the McLean county dele- and proposed revision at an exceed shark turned on me- - Turning half "Second You complain of tho cam- so dosnerato that a dash uit iny ! inciv imftortar, f ., rw4 on W8 paign leaflet bearing my portrait sary to resort to mlBreprescmtation.- frequently been in Owensboro, and gates to this effect. Uiat your iyu campaign eor- p.t one tlmo worked at tlie Farmere' luisiaug mw and sent out from my hooldquartcr3 Tho fact Stanley replied that he didn't toare gress to bo directed by snecial com- - wb. ' " , . jjouj,, aiie gam tftat u aU 0ff ' and didn't want to hear this. He then mlltkes of hte Atnerlcan Bar Aefeo- 1 acknowledge full responsibility for 1 n.uu 4..u u now Doiween her and Joe Early. iroxn uv. " " .his article, tho dt was not written id the Henderson delegation was irf. elation and tho American Highway T, r . u " warrants are out for Malone and Dbl. UM.M. VI VW. -- wt. vhlln Ji - vas Association. - - l t. oww,Ji ii,t i,ia , .... uiD . U . na Iiv tun fir nf OT1V Allf?ivlt.inil nllfi , jtf.ouu a year xor iout . It .. w. hw j & .... r ..v, mJ .. .... H..... U.W It l v PUUi A OUJW " tt,ia n ,B boUevtd tliat they n Washington, and he had nothing session will result w'vwv comprehon- -' T iw uuw uuu. Ju a never m.w lt uutil it apearcd in tho"101 Buuwieiw. within u tew to do witii it. Ho was put on the del SiVA llllll nf nimtJIMivl nn.l mfl.l.nl i muKazino of Mr. Howard Saxby. whoi0" 'our arl. W" bo apprelu-iade' " Is not llasait for mo to tell Inqulrreogatlon by1 courtesy and at Louisville road elgislaUon. which may be wrote jt. His Btatement tliut 1 was our Btatewent, that my Ho, ,U1 ""?,. SUto Chairman nften Kentucky waat0" cast thc voto of Henderson county in sented Uirough the goernor6 of the niy Jn Ws mout, daah-no- xt Five Arrests Made. n.,,.,1.1!,..,,, n, in,. Tlmo.' l ...lao- - campaign ,s based upon dtccpUon, is states to each legislature, at their ' 1OCO tho convention as Instructed. ed under and 1U3t J110 l TodouM 1 my atwolutcly untrue, jui'd i would no: Greenville, Ky-- , July session lutply true, us aboo stated- Tho incident between l'rittst and h tha Pst' Wwu uot want u uouiiiiiation for offlco which Hjbopt wickllff rounded up and d Stanley created quite a flurry- At tie Third American Jtoad Don- - efforta "Third Vou next nuote twxi M to bo obtalued in that manner X- Uirci) ot tho mcn tmreod Mitil rcabod Stanley also opoko today at Island, grcs. I.0CU last year in Detroit ono,"1?. from tho Louisvlllo Evening -Ho the attack. I felt 11 juu .mu uio i m, dtlOOUllE UD" the atoro of tho Bawfar l.lv.rmnm nnrl Snornmnnto to very of uj most interesting salons Wts' ilu Louisville, I 'should Mdt. Iviiig one hud pluag-hol- d Py ot n0Ur JttPr before Qjj CoUllttliy. TWO Othtra M'er not n,H p.nrtwl Tnnielit ho left for OW- - that relaUiis to finance, which (was a80"1011 t,..l 'iMiifc II t.iVKt.rv tn Imvn tn 3,JHt mo u f easiKy abl3 a hot iron into my leg just 0 bo brouglit'to GreenVllJe, atW onsbono and will sneak lu Union under tho auspices of a com- wy to y,mi Uiat I am not responalblo yu published it, I could havo . hIP- - I uld 'eel his teeth n " ul v -. fmm tiu. an-ungynieute ,weno made to bring county tomorrow. ior tie edltoriul matter of tho 'vi- - clwr8M &U(1 liavn8 ft ""Wlo con- - ttwm whol they pufttclently rooover- - TJie affidavit to which County Clerl AssoclaUon. A largo portion of the !WP thro,ug:h Ul " ing Post and Uiat suoh matter is not tnrew both arms around the ttoat, troversy, od All "were sutferlng from gun- - Priest referred la hia colltoquy wiitli 4000 dlegutc jwvsont at the Detroit prepared in or Bout out from my I "However, you failed to do so, and wouuaa Warrants we.ro taken Mr. Stanley, ,was as follows: niestiug attondtd the fdiiance ijesslon tried to clamber up, unld full (back, haadqiuntcd. .U mujt, thcrefori.. to JusUce to my- - ror uM( c)arKing thoin m1th banding "Tho affiant, J. E- Waltere, atatei and lald close attention to tho pro- - unconscious, Jnto the iwater- "Tbe faut is that, for nearly four "Tho next thing 1 knew my fatlhor ! confcddraUng tor f?w purposo of that ho "was a delegate from Mfcljon coodings. TJiiis year'd oongrcirij will ' m "ur prior to Mr. WJUsou's elec- - seu" imm,a" uiy ltitmildatlon county to tho platform couvention dovottt iwirticular atitontlon to the and brothers had me in thulr boat day and nluht to ner- -. .tlon. I laboitHl "RICHARD P- - ERNST." Their names aro Will Vance, Bb&t held in Louisville ju August, 1911, financing of rood improvement in drawn up on the sandy shore pf the feet the IUimbllcan organization .thru-olu back anU elbow ' with buckshot: in which tho county unit plank was viow ot the fact Uiat upwards of a bay. One of my brqtjhora was la xuy establishing and maintlio State, taining u permanent headquarters, WANT AD COLUMN FEATURE. Ckorge Wilkca. ahot with buckshot! au lsUo beforo Jhat convention, and halt blUion dollars of road bonds' sUfr Uive the shark with u boatBeginning with this lssue'tbjs paper J -- o lfJler shot Jn Wie arm and' back Uiat the McLean county dele?aes .iht Timv nntitjri(Hni null nitvut'lnTtft uuok. 11 seems mat waoii tauier ana which wero onen opry day thruout tt uxa f P1 BUUK tiie year, excepting Sunday, and to will maintain a want ad column In with buckshot; Will Klmbley, shot la wero iuetructcid to voto for Uie coun- rplatInS to issuanco ot now bonds to uvni ivaoxica the bottom. which I niudo frequent trips, thru- - whicb. tor a trifle any one may jglve lot' wWl buckshot; Emmott Cessna, ty unit plank. Affiant further states ami bnetheds pf reUreineiit are "The shark measured 14 foot, nud increasing iuiportanco- Uiat A. 0. Stan'ey came to tho Mcnotice ot any article for sale pr ox- - J Kt in Jeg with buchalhot. out that I'litlre period I. S. Poiinybacker, Executive Bee- - un3 the largest one my fatlwr Tlu3e Jiitu are ak'ged to have Lean county delegates and urged This oojumn will) be of great "At tho iiid of that time, tho Btiolng in all his life." .gaiiizatlcn ws, Jn my Judgment, In aesjstaiice to our fanner readers Und ttqt b J. P. Cpxf general managoi of thorn tto bolt their Instructions and rotary of tho Road jOongrait with better shape Hum it has over been, wuH Bave them many dollars in the tho Bovlcr Cpal company, while mi at voto asaln&t the county unit plank, headquarters at WUahJnj.on, O, U Business Opportunity. and naid Uiat he would come to Mc- atatca that ludlcattonii ure that U10 coureo of a ear. The rates will be latk was being made on UJs before or since- Wanted partner with 600 fln ex'Mr. W.lbwo was Uie direct bono- - for C JJiua and under, lttata. For over bui.dii g lor tbo purjioso pf judus ng Lean county and smooth matters, over Axluiita Ciuignai w;lj attract tho county right proposition. floiary of tho time, money aWd labor C llna and under 10, 25ct. Tho ( him to tome out of t'he building. Thoj for thorn if Uie people got angry Mth largest 'assemblage cf dejegates and cellent Splendid poMlblllUoa. Full JavesU-gaU- c. 'four-yevlsiltoiB over osaomblil at a period amount may be seat Jn postage will claim, it is auid, that they "wciro Uimo about it. vjpent during that V. S. 308 Address (Signed) public welfare meeting In "J. E. WALTERS." accooi- - niom'y'iBSsjDg by when the shooting perfectlpg Uie organization, and, 'stamps or enclosed In Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Subscribed and sworn to ibetore mo America eciurreu Jet mo add, that during Uia ?ortod panying the' advertisement. S T1,,g ,ltt,0 notIco wm, thc nccom- - . accopt my full share tjaiolnir nhotoirranh is Intended to of tho facts, to of respor.b!)lty for tho election of wn t)lu attention Df the RcpuMicaiia Oovonior Willson and for hi four of oiiLo county to my candidacy for years' administration. m1(. Republican nominaUon for Con- "You confplain, In harsh language, 'gross at tlw primary, August 1st, uul about my ulnenoo from Kentucky Is osiieciully directed to tliosa whom not had an oportunlty to rjo or during fcio AVU sjii oatnpa'gii. If did not Know tho rawuii for my ab- - write a personal lotter-sencv- , there aro many jn Louisville i j,ave schoolmates and friends who then know and now know that BcaUerU ocr tho county and am I was soerely ill, being confined to personally known to many, tho not iSHlMHIfi!H9B my bod in tho city of PJilludelpliIa aUile 83 weJI a3 ln nanU( uunitt, and In, the prUato hospital of and uu- - LaRuo and Orayson whore almost ler th0 caro of tho widely-know- n QVisTy ono has known mo from my specialist, Dr. Frunaa Xauicr Dor-- boyhood, I have lived Jn nln0 of tho cum; Uiat I did not Jeavo Iniy bed thirteen counties of tho Fourth pis-froabout ho mlddCo of August yn- - tr)ct and av0 p,, ln tUo til late ln Ootober, a period of nlno olher four Weeka- I Tiho active in the interest of tho "Even from my bed I kerf, inform- - ,urty for many year3 j noVcr ran for ed ana lmteresitea jn tno situation otfjco ,utl-0r-? no rcooiX to and In Kentucky by moans of letters anil pol:it to otner than a c,can aIld every one and if I t deration of thru fnends from homo who came to llfo, much of lt 6pent ,a tte lntor. nomtaw) x like every purpose. Philadelphia for tliat .Cg. of the no ttlQ ln )Whlcu my lOt Republican to write mo irlvii . ., ., "I was ctjpea'ally Intorosod ln the WJa PJU.t ..d , ,,,,. . m .t C3C. .... , oM . T vote Jn Covington and Kenton coun- - I(eoUug nuch whm , eXpreSa ty and you nuy jwssibly know that, ho. r neubilcans In lar oum. a no-itho Kcnten Couny Is a DomooraWc bore will come out to the primary . Sincerely, stronghold, we gavo Jlr. Wilson a and ,voto for me. . LINDSEY MORRISON' jlurality ocr his opjonent of more I shall appreciate the thoughtful ' West point, yay. t' Villa Speaks. Moro or less authoritatively Villa's coaaiit 0j anit nt man-eatin- jje jy HMHL1jMME i M,,. omty ey - - ' to-D- r. iand-lockc- .,, ca Cani-jialg- , 1907-"De- wn - ut - atn. 1 m.h .rv lt lat ,- "w ( .. ..polE.., " "" w u&-est- ed ht - r0iB.utwvJ,r" i.., jx-ur- -- ... oui-uij- tiyt Uajs.-Owens- vn ..- -- t,J ,,.., '"'"' M .1 ne "u fr ". w ut . . 'f' "' boro - f '"' v" c1' tf 28.-fih- oriff ", .- ur-lu- " -- 'ut ju. ah f ,. mu'. """. """ - ut bn we ar iron-Itollti- 1W Intcr-South-e- ra frjumyF? '' 'rKvv-1- $ ft MIXED SAVING THE PLAY mt Actors Are Often Called Upon to Exercise Quick Wit. METAPHOR. PURITY OF THE AIR. I A PEEP AT MEXICO t SOME CURIOUS EXPERIENCES. tonmlng the deserts of India or Bunch of "Built'' From the Houee of Commons. There Is no place like the house of The Country's Area Now and commons for a "nice derangement of What It Was Originally. metaphors." It will be a long time before we have n "mixture" equal to the outburst of an effusive orator who wild, "The British lion, whether it is HAS LOST A VAST TERRITORY. A Choice climb- Mr ing the forests of Canada, will not draw In Its horns or retire into its Nearly a Million Square Milei of Hi Rote Eytinge Once Extemporized the hell." Land Have Been Added to the United Entire Pari of Lady Isabel In "East It recalls the famous "bull" made 8tatee Still a Dig Country, Though, Lynne" How John Brougham Made by Sir William Hart-Dykthe Unionand Hae an Enormous Coast Line, a Hit Without Hie Leading Lady. who caused uproarious ist It Is Interesting to note that the area one Quirk wit lins saved many nu embar- laughter in thu house of commons day by remarking: "The right honor-abl- e of Mexico Is practically ns great as that y rassing situation, turned many a seem-limlI gentleman has caught big tlsh In of the United States between the Misdisastrous failure Into success, his time. He has gone to the top of sissippi river and the Atlantic coast. l'nlltlcn, literature, courtesy, nil are the tree to Hud them." the great lakes and the gulf of Mexico. Merved by quick tongue and ready Alluding to an Item of C.OOO.OOQ In vnrvfni? In nltltiidit from si.--i l.tvul In u. , ,gooo cm., aics one jear. a word. me arm, ,, foct ,,H h nff ., ,, , Actors, as well an ttttHlness men, have member described It ns a tlea bite In ., of "" "? special use for quick wit. so often do the ocean." while another, advocating "k an increase In the European troop, ? ' " ml,f 'Tll"f d stance they need help out of :i dlllleulty durhundreil sml(h fwm ing tlio piny. A college performance employed In India remarked "ou n may depend upon It. Mr. the pale face , , , , a j bouml D c was hii veil from wreckage by one of of the British soldier is the backbone R)0 mw mon, '(() ,IL ,;,,;,, tin: young actors. of the Indian army. boundary. The gulf of Mexico and One of the cant, a boy easily upset, An Irish member speaking of suicide st.., ,..,,, or Mlcml liad just given his Hue, "All need Is said. "The only way to stop it lf ' 1.7CM mlloj.. wlillo tho IMcltle ooenn nti.l :m advertisement," when half of his make It a capital offense, punishable pl,f f oillfornla touch 4.000 miles of stage mustache fell oil". with death." It was the same member Mexican coast. long I r.'ror t issit Mexico, ns a Spanish who assured the house thnt "as "Oh, iio," said the ready youth beside litm, seeing his embarrassment; as Ireland was silent under her wrongs coioy. and the United States covered England was deaf to her cries," while j approximately equal areas, but the what you need Is a hair restorer." And under wivcr of the laughter the it was during a debate on the scandal Texas secession and the result of the victim laid a chance to recover himself. of packed Juries during the Irish trou- Mexican war added nenrly a million bles that a member In support of the square miles to our territory, and tlie It wns surely the same readiness that tumbled Itose Kytlngc to go government exclaimed, "By trial by extent of Mexico now Is less than one- BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. through one of the most extraordinary Jury have I lived, and, by tho blessing fourth thnt of continental t'nited experiences any actress ever had. In of fiod, with trial by Jury I will die." States. Mexico has still territorial . 1 There was n wild howl of delight, equal to the aggregate of Jnu Francisco she was once asked to too, when some prosy member was ungary, Germany. France, (irent till Mary Anderson's place at short notice, appearing with the local stock careless enough to remark, "The time Britain and Ireland. The total area of company. The play was to be "Bust has come and Is rapidly arriving." the republic. 7t!7,000 square miles. Is ne d.eaier r agerit in Lynne." My singular chance, no prompt which Is equal to the cry of the mem- - j less than that of Texas. California. J" ' vmtr rilu nnrl virinit n book could be round, nor could they her who wished a motion was "at the Montana, New Mexico and Arizona bottom of the bottomless pit." Lon- combined. sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe secure u copy of the novel. Miss The average density of population protested that It would be Im- don Motors, which are advertised in all reputable ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. of Mexico approximates twenty per possible for her to play, ns she had magazines of the world. This advertising square mile, the most thickly populated never so much as seen the dece. That WHAT WAR MEANS. campaign reaches thousands who have use parts, outside of the federal district, Changes That Come When the Bjrom-ete- r fart they refused to believe. MoreFalls an Inch. for portable and detachable rowboat being the states of Tlaxcala and Mexover, to add to her dltllculty, though Wanton Destruction May Mark the motors, but who would have no use (or launches on Few persons have any Idea what ico, the former being less than Delanil the company claimed, to know the Progress of an Army. account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write ware In size and of about the same tremendous changes lu the uiuiospheie promptly for particulars as to bow representatives are aiaaaamvTJaan old dm ma backward, no one seemed "All is fair in love and war," runs the density of population nnd the latter "be- are Indicated by such a rise or full or with and protected. Begin 'operations at to have un Idea of the lines she. as old saying, and Mr. E. A. Vbetelly In ing nearly as large as New f au Inch lu the barometer Hampshire, once so as to abtain the full benefit of the season. l.ndy Isabel, would have to speak. his volume of reminiscences, "My Days but with more than twice the number A cubic Inch of mercury weighs n "Oh. that'll be all right." said John of Adventure." proves the truth of It. of Inhabitants. EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY The federal district. half pound. When the mercury falls 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN McC'ullough, the manager, to whom she Referring to the appearance of the railmolded after the District of Columbia. nn inch u weight of one ton Is reappealed. "Just you sob and look sorry, way station at Nantes during the out or eignt times greater area, is sur- moved from every 1,000 square Inches Franco-Oermaand It will go." war, he says: rounded by the state of Mexico, the of surface. This Is n ton for every So Miss Kytlnge. rather than cause "Never since have I seen anything re- large population cnpltnl. 470,000. area tive and one qimrter feet square the loss of closing the theater, weut on sembling It. A thousand panes of glass materially aidingof the In bringing the averIf your house, for Instance. Is 'St by Milk and Music totally unprepared to act In an belonging to windows or rooting had age to more than l.'JOO per square mile. 40 feet, with nn urea of I.OIX) square It Is a little known fact that thu unfamiliar play. been shivered to atoms. Every mirror During nearly .TOO years subsequent feet, a load of about thirty-sitons Is most delightful music at the present Tom Keene, the Archibald Carlisle, In either waiting or refreshment roi.ms to the conquest by Cortes. Spain domiby instructed her in the proper emotion had been pounded to pieces, every gilt nated Mexico. A century ago n bold lifted from the roof every time the day Is produced Ivory playing on milk. nowadays does Al TRAnCyARKI Drumbllv uUInl In from scene to scene. ".Vow she's a frame broken Into little bitsv The clock effort for freedom was started, which barometer shows nn inch fall that is, The supply of ll or nl !.. a thirty-siobula PATENTS ton load would be lifted not to a great extent meet the dejealous cat. a jealous cat." be would lay about in small fragments; account eventually TH AT PA .?rti Uwn Uwraoiblj, u our In the republic of If the house were air tight. But as air mand. Strange as It may sound, skim resulted aal ltlu you Uj uccvm. whisper ".Vow she's kitteny." ".Vow books and printed forms had been torn Mexico ilwnf. tJioto or lirtch for mtC Sn.I she's sorry she was such a fool." ".Vow to scraps; partitions, chairs, tables, the first of today. More than half of presses In every direction there Is us milk forms a substitute. It is used r!rt on paUnubUlt. M jnnf prutfc. SURcentury of Mexican Independ- mudi or n push upward against the for making the keyboards ot pianos, she wants her young ones." ".Vow she benches, boxes, nests of drawers, had ence was abortive, one PASSING RircnCNCCS. rorfnaOuU . on iTonr(i! coterie after roof from below as there Is of a pusii and in appearance this hardened subrateru writ to up and dies." been hacked, split, broken, reduced to another coming Into temporary power OS-SO- B Soventh Street, downward from above. So the root stance is hardily distinguishable from The performance seemed to cause en mere strips of wood; the large stoves WASHINGTON. D. C- u niiiiinpr nr rniwr nfvmimti nil. actually feels no effect from the re Ivory. iiiid tire satisfaction to the audience, and were and bro.cen. and the ers Ilfter ,,r,ef reImos ,mH.tlnK lsno. moval of this heavy load. MrCtilloiigh, as lie generously handed! marble refreshment counter, some thlr- h.lm of the In the same way a man of average over nair tne receipts to the heroine of ty feet Ions and previously one of the ,,,,. .,..,.. dcntl t, tm. .. s01I,.,lt ... ..-.- . .. size would he relieved of a weight of . - ..&..tl f Bost Diarrhoea Romody. the. hour, declared, "Well, you may in nit- minimi, mnv Mit wen The, form of government adocted by about a ton and a half If there were have" had to vamp that part, but I've the tloor In particles, suggesting gravel. If you have ever usod .Chamber Mexico follows In general Uiat of the uo nlr chambers In (lie human body. often seen It phiyod with less soul." It was Indeed an amazing sight, the United States, having executive, juill- lain's Colic, Cholera nnd D!arr!ioeal It been figured The story of an experience demand- more amazing as no such work of de- - clal lesI:uive ufr,;ll)ns. Eac,, of Inch has (he barometer that a a fall of au Itemed- - you know tliat It Is u huc-ce- s. In over territory ing similar readiness of wir is told of striictiun could have been accomplished the twenty-seyestates Is represented 400 miles square removes a weight Sam i Gulnn, Whu'Joy, Ala. John Brougham, the early American without extreme labor. In two houses of congress, composed of from the surface of the earth of IiiO,--- j writes, "I haKl measles und got caught comedian and playwright. On one oc"When we returned to the Inn for senators and deputies. Congress holds 000.000.000 tons. If this were loaded out In the rain, isnd it sottJod lu casion, when his own clever burlesque. dinner I asked some questions. two sessions each year for limited pe- ou freight cars, twenty tons to the my "Pocahontas." had been billed and the stomach and bowels. I 'had on aw "Who did It?' riods. Knch house sold out In advance, the leading tlrst (Serman troops that came legislature state has Its governor nnd car and thirty cars to the train, more ful Utne, and had it not iboon for Courier-Journ- al and is subdivided into dis- than 200.000,000 trains would be re actress left without warning to take here.' was the answer. Chamberlain's colic, cholera utid dior counties, over another position In Baltimore. The au"'Why did they do it? Was It be- tricts politico Is placed,each of which a quired to move It. If each train were arrhoea Ueniedy I could not jMiMUily Jefe the districts 500 feet long they would stretch out dience had assembled before her ab- - cause your men had cut the telegraph wns discovered by the malinger wires nnd destroyed some of the per- having subsidiary municipalities, with lu a line more than 'J.000,(00 miles harve Hvod but a fow hour longwr, magistrates, presiding otilclals and long. but thanks to tjiis romody, 1 am mow and star. As it was that piny or noth- manent way?' ing. Hinugham, who was fumed for his no! They expected to And councils. The so called autocratic fea. only noise that accompanies this wxsll anid strong." For sale iiy all "Oh. The witty Impromptu speeches, went before something to drink in the refreshment ture of the government may be largely great transportation feat is made by dealers. Ourtnln and suggested giving the room, and when they discovered that due to the fact thnt governors hold ofthe the wind, which does considerable roar piece without Pocahontas. He recalled everything had been taken uwuy they fice with approval of the president, lug In the course of such violent at You're Bilious and Costive. i that Jefe polltlcos have similar rela tnosphcrlc changes.--Kaiisi- is thold story of thu actor who played set about breaking the fixtures.' " City Star tions with the governors nnd that the Sick Headache, Bald Broatli, Sour Hamlet so execrably that on the folCourier-Journ- al officers of tho municipalities are generlowing night the tragedy was given Stomach, Furred Tongue and IiJWi- -, Steam Power. The Worst Quarter of London. ally controlled by the Jefe polltlcos. with- that .character omitted by request. any BoweUt clog- gostlon, Mean L'vor The name of the .first man to disWhat Is the most disreputable bit of Tho church nnd state are independ"Now, ir 'Hamlet' can be acted with- cover the power of steam will never' goa. ;iean up Gat a 25c J' ent, and congress cannot pass laws Loudon? A writer in the London out he remarked, "why not be known. As early as 180 B. C. at Sketch asked this question of a police bottle of Dr. King's New Lffb Pills to I'oriiliontas' without the heroine? Of Alexandria, Kgypt, we hear of "Hero's prohibiting or establishing ,any relimau thu other day. lie said, "The day and empty tho stomach' naU bow-- 1 course you are all aware of the fact engine," n sort of steam using engine. gion. Of tho 10.000,000 inhabitants s claim direct descent from quarter round about the Harrow ro;id ' ela of formontlng, gassy foodn tind thnt 'Pocahontas' is a much greater From the time of Hero to the sevenIt uppe.irs that there are byways In waste. A- - full bowel niovdment gtvoj play than Hamlet.' Even If you do not teenth century the subject Is unheard ancient tribes or families which are know Unit, do. and I ought to, for I of. About 1001, Giovanni Battlsta del-l- accepted ns tho basis of Mexican his- that region lu which no policeman a satisfied, 'lhankiul NEWSPAPERS s dare venture unless accompanied by u you Tcel fine. BffootiVo, ,yot m'ld. REAL tory, wrote It injKelf. Are you willing to Porta wrote a treatise on the steam and foreign blood,are of mixed native brother olllcer. Keruioudsey, too. Is the remainder being try it?" Don't srlpo. 25c, a engine. The great name In the hisDruggist. Hut Wnpplng, once tin classed under "(Jo ahead!" enmo the cries from the tory common appellation pretty bad. of steam and Its application Is of "foreign." tho Bucklen's Arnica Salvo for Burn. haunt of hooligans, bus become com audience, who settled themselves back .Inmes Watt, 170:1. The City of Mexico. 2(51 miles by rail paratlvely respectable of late. to the result. News Pessimistic. west of Vera Cruz and 7. ICO feet alti The burlesque proceeded as usual A Wonderful Gorge. The best luck any man can have la tude, Is reached by two rail routes until the entrance music was played Pigeons' Eggs. News Yosenilte valley. In tho southern part climbing from the hot lands through for I'ocabontiis. then, turning toward of the Yosenilte The two eggs laid by a pigeon al- never to have been born; but that eel-- , National park, Is n difficult mountain pas-edom happens to anyone. one of which most Invariably produce male and fethe audience. Local News as Powhatan, great gorge about seven miles long and closely follows the trail taken by Corsadly began. Ladles iind gentlemen, Some curious experiments as s of a tulle wide, with a tes In mil), by General Wintleld Scott male. that sweet strain Is supposed to bring level park like to which of the eggs produces the Bucklon's Arnica Salvo for meadow In Its center. with American troops In 1817 my daughter Pocahontas on the stage. Cuts, Burns, Soros. great cliffs which form the wall which llfteen years later the and over male und which the female have re The News Invading suited lu showing that tin.' Ilrst egg Vmi are ulre.idy nwaie that she Is In thu valley Mr- 13. S. Loper. Mnrilla, N. Y. the city of Halllmore, and the stern of height of rise almost vertically to Trench troops passed. It Is the most laid Is thu female und the second the Il.lilH) feet, and In u News writes: "I have- novdr luul a Cut populous city. One-hal- f of thu railroad law of the laud will not penult it C'hrN- - many places about are beautiful waterfalls mileage of the country Is between sea male. Burn, Wound or Sore it .would llun. much less a savage, to be In two which have a not of vertical drop of troui level and fi.OCO feet and about an equal places at once Thus does the law liOO to IXJO heal." Got a box of Bucklons Ami-- 1 Knew Him. feet. fi.OOO and 10.000 feet. amount between protect that most useful Instrument, Keep handy at all "Tommy, run up and your sister ca Salvo From National Geographic Society In I am heie, will you';" tell the alibi. However. If Poky were here Unies for Burns, Sores, Cuts, ouuds. I Our Daughters. Washington. she would liitsien to say"-- - Whereupon "Aw, what's the use? She knows It. Prevents Lockjaw. 25c at your Drug-- 1 say. dad. I've Just accepted Charthe comedian gave her lines In exact lie"I 'cause when she saw you I sist. Are you interested in !tmwn. Ile'a lu the drawing room, u ing place (day by day what Is takAncient Gold. Imitation of the luissliig actress, keep- and If you've a minute her say to mother, 'Dear me. to spare you all over the In olden times gold was obtained there comes that empty headed Idiot ing up (he dlal.iguo In two persons all might pop lu and see hi in and talk It abundantly world? If you ara you NKUD- TUB through thu piny. The delighted pco-pi- over, from the rlvera of Asia. aguiu!'." London Telegraph. COURIEIt-JOUNltAbut pleuse be quick; we've got to The sands of I'aetolus. the golden itliu were fmtiiuate enough to be rush out and see ubout tho bating." If thorn Ir nn nCrnt in vsin tfturn t Jleeeo secured by the argonauts, the pieM-ndecliied that Brougham was Loudon Opinion. Out For Tea. The most economical, cleansing andglvo Ulm yellow metal of Ophlr. the fable of a euged. trial order one month- -' Maid I'm sorry, but Mrs. .ll'ggs Is uoruncua, ot au antiseptics Is i Dally GO cents, with King Midas, all Illustrate the eastern out (!. I', ntiutley tells of nu Incident Sundav 7K rents. for tea. Plebeian Friend The Idea ! Blow Little Softened, origin of gold. Alexander the Great With all I Unit took place at hii east side theater If there Is no agent In your town her money 1 should think you, Sir. "We won't brought nearly S.'k.iKH).000 of gold sae'd have everything In london The "gods" were booing Bivo your order to thp paper In sent. Huffulo said the manager. "We shall from Persia, fluid, also came from Express. the piece and (blowing chunks of bread which this allvcrtlsoment appear yotto tender your resignation." at the pcrfiiiuiurH. (you may Bet a 'Tendering It won't make It one bit Arabia and from the middle of Africa spoclal dubbins; At lust the slur came forward and the less tough." gloomily returned the ny way of the Xilc. Odd and Even. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to rato), or send tho order dlreot to wnld: "Now, Ionic here! We'te trying our mau who was laid off. itoston TranHis Wife 1 don't want you to be s needed. the Courlor-Journa- l. best to aiuuso you. Throw bread, If script. Ways of a Woman. owning home nt such odd hour. Husba- K.'Stf0 As a medfclnai antiseptic for louchc3 WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L ou like; but." he added as he stoppel lifl "Let us go Into the garden." he nald nd-All right, dear, I'll try to make la treating catarrh, iuflnmnmtlnn nr been discontinued, but FARM AND us the twilight hour approached. and picked up a chunk, "thank heaven No Joking Matter, Ir. 4 Instead of Bulleulcoratlon of nose, throat, und that FAMILY, u most excellent lllnstratI'm not too proud to' cat it." "Ilowr much does linpeeune owe "I'm it fiii Id you'll want to sit In the tin. caused by feminine lllslth&snnennni cd monthly niugnalae, The gods were vanquished.- - Anna you?" hammock with m and hold my bund." is u w firthJi ,. For tea years th Lydla' E. Plnkhaui successor. lllnJ b'tewuit In New York Tribune. "A cool thousand." "I swear 1 won't." The price Is only 25 coutfoV Contrariwise. Modlcluo Co. has "AU! Cool, but not collected, eh?'1-Bo"Then what's the Usef-Detr- olt Mrs. Beat Tell the gentleman I'm In their prlvata recommended Paxtlno a year. ABk for a Baniple copy. correspondence with Transcript. Free Press. Iibor conquer all things. It N M' nH receiving today, Nora. New Maid women, which proyes Jts nesH that in (be curse of man not laBut he ain't dellverln', mum;' he's Women who have been superiority. Coilrier-Joilrn- al Compaog ; cured say Doing tptblng U a lesson In doing ill. bor. Nnthliii; U luippjwlble to Habit Is the liveliest law of human lolleetln'.'-Puc- k. It i3 "Worth. Its Weight In unl.I A, Qernian Tfoveib. j." nature. Carlyle. el Perlsnder. Incerisoratad drugWsts. 6pa large ppx or by .mall. illU y ,.,,,, "; - '"''J . ! ,,.,,,., 1 ,. J Austria-H- Seientist Attacks Our Theories of Ventilation, Cniwther. the EtnilMi scientist, one of the most cherished of oar hygienic notions with a logic thnt compels respectful attention. Ills contention Is that etllclent ventilation does not depend upon the chemical purity ot (lie air. The attempt should be to secure motion, coolness and dryness rather than to displace one body of air by another. He denies that there Is n toxic organic substance In the atmosphere as the result of human exhalations and challenges those who disagree with It is to their proofs, as the existence of such poisons has never been scleutlf-lenlldemonstrated. The lungs, according to him, nre never tilled with air some of which has not been exhaled. Inhalation follows so closely upon exhalation In norma! breathing that a portion of (lie air that has Just left the lungs Is In variably drawn back Into them. Exhaustive experiments show that the amount of nlr thus returned Is T from I to 'J per cent In persons remain lug quietly indoors. It is from I to 10 per cent In those asleep In bed. There are certain sections of the respiratory apparatus, moreover, the nose and the larger bronchi, In which exhaled air always lingers. It thus appears that the air in the lungs is always heavily contaminated with their own excreting gases, even In outdoor life, and the dead spaces make It certain that this contamination will not decrease. It Is not worth while, so the doctor argues, to pay much attention to the small amount of carbon dioxide In the atmosphere, therefore, and If the air is kept In motion and not permitted to become too moist or warm the necessary ends of' ventilation will be subserved. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. An English LOOK HERE! Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultiva- - tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay : Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. Don't forget that we can furnish you the best binder on the market. : Come and contract with us, so we can have the machine here in time : : so there will be no delay when the : ; lime comes to use il mem. Duy your : I implements from the dealer that has : I practical experience and knows the : t implements to select. WILLIAMS & MILLER,! A NTED V Ky-tln- Tlt-Blt- I J abso-lutel- y x . -- ,,, .1.-- J n Daily he $6 a Year Sunday the-hero- $2 a Year two-flfth- 1 u two-fifth- M-- s. three-fourth- - - to-da- y. Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National State Market Reports Foreign Political Everything for Everybody I d - e SPECIAL TO WOMEN L. J djst-harg- Per-kins- ," a ntyt' ston ludiv-fry.-Mott- o LOUIS VIXL,st,KY. ,S DEPRESSION REAL OR STATE OF MIND? m idla Men Mistaken About Loss of Job? The British Muteum. In the early days of the Hrltlsh museum, ii century or more ago. the place was open for only six hours dally on live days u week during the summer nnd four hours dally during the rest of the .war. Nobody could remain In (he building for more than two consecutive hours, nnd the number admissible at one time was strictly limited to Uaeli batch of visitors wan shepherded by nn attendant. Conscientious Governest. The Kmplnyer Ily the way, the children usually eat with us. Tbe New Governess (firmly) I must object to that. "Why?" "They're sure to pick up such faulty notions of grammar." Cleveland Plain Dealer. A Second Edison. FOOD PRODUCTS COST US MILLIONS MORE Increase lias Reached at Least ' $5,000,000 Monthly. Tlic dlotlnpiNlipil college president now nt tlie bond of tlit! iintloii.il government n week or ten dn.VH mijii told n party of nn-i-i hii'due who nine to Wnsttiiiptoii to plesid for n cessation of luwtllu lesNIatloii that the present depression In business Is "uieiely psychological." tie meant to say that hard times are not real, but linnglnnry-- ii condition of the mind. This Is the iirtfumcnt of the theorist wlq believes that by tearing down tlm tariff wall that epaniles the product of the America ii worUlnKtnati from tho product of rbeap Kiiroponn lulior nnd keeps American mills mid factories bn-the present high cost of living a'enn be solved. The passage of the Underwood near free trade bill by m Democratic congress has not reduced the co.t of living, but It has made hundreds of s j American mills Idle mid thrown of worlvlngnien out of employment. The baneful effects of this Democratic law nrc being felt all through the valley, especially In the steel and textile Industries, and It will be dllll-cu- lt Indeed for the Democratic orators who will Invade this section during the campaign next fall to convince the Idle employees thnt the lock of work, nnd consequently the lack of money in their pockets. Is a mere "condition of the mind." A large local Industry that employs only men workers has. It Is currently reported, laid off for nn Indefinite period an aggregate of GOO men. Nothing like this ever happened In the thirty years' history of this establishment. 0 Uier places aro similarly affected, and no hopes nrc entertained for an early Improvement In the situation, notwithstanding the rosy promises of the Democrats. Hundreds of men who were regularly employed nt good wages under the Republican administration are In want. But. say the Democrats, the depression is ''merely psychological" Imaginary, if you please. The election nest fall will determine (Whether tho American working peo-)le know whether 'enforced idleness through Democratic blundering is real or only n state of mind. Washington thou-BandIe-hig- h People of the United States nrc paying S.'.VOO.OOO a month more for foods Kamier Ye. sir, that hired man of mine Is one of the greatest inventors of the century. City Boarder Von don't say! What did he invent? Farmer Pel rifled motion. Judge. Their Purpose. He What candle light power has your electrical fixings? She Oh. those aren't real on miles on that chandelier. They're merely make believe. Baltimore American. Including Herself. Arthur Askeni How did you llko Curope? Bertha Blnthare Not very well. Why, actually every place we visited was overrun with. foreigners. i Chicago News. Impudent Thieves. The lepcro of Mexico Is reported to be one of the smartest and most Impudent thieves In the world. Itrantz Meyer tells or an Kngllsh traveler, who. within nn hour or two. In the principal streets of Mexico, had first Ills hat hooked from his head by a line from an upper window, and was then necostcd by three lepcros who dlvoteil him of his coat. The three bade hi in wait, nnd within u few minutes ota? returned nnd handed him n pawn ticket. "We wanted $30. not the coat." be explained. "Here Is the ticket with which you can redeem It for that sum." London Mall. Surprise For Both. John Bums once paid a visit to a London lunatic asylum. lie was taken nil over the establishment, and finally arrived Ht the gardens, when" a number of patients were working. Mr. Burns espied among them n man with whom lie had some slight acqualntnnci. nnd wns alsiut to speak to Mm w!in the lunatic suddenly exclaimed: "Well. 1 never! You. tool Tho very last person 1 thought to see here."-l.ondon Citizen. Use For His Photograph. Wyst-'-An- d s may really keep Miss Thai FIo Contract. T Whatever may be the difference In this photograph of you. Mr. Sluikins? Delighted. I'm price, whatever Influence the .famous Slmpklna ttlatteredi matter, the sure: Mls Wyse ilnter to her uiuldi tariff bill may hnvv'on the American flags used by the American -- Marie, take this photograph and ray and navy and on American pub- whenever the original of It calls tell Transcript lic buildings should be American made. him I'm not we hold no brier for In saying this Facing the Problem. nny particular American bunting manFather What! Vou vuiit to marrj ufacturer, for It Isn't beyond the bounds of fiosslhlllty for u ting to be ray daughter? Why. sir. you can't sup port her. 1 can hardly do It myself. made of twine other material. we chip In to It tvould be pretty tough to think of Suitor (blanklyi-C-ca- n't foreign made- ensigns floating over our sctber? London Opluloii. uulps nnd American children, grown Suitable Match. folks, labor nnd capital, be Invited to look up nnd honor the ensign as It "That girl has shocKing-wnys:- " "Maybe that's the reason she married floats above them and yet know that its very stars and stripes were the in electrician." Baltimore American product of foreign labor and that foreign capital reaped the prollt for Its manufacture. If Secretary of the Navy Daniels trends the naval Hag contract abroad IN . he will hear, as he undoubtedly Is bearing lit present, from huudieds of thousands of Americans in strong proI JL2Wp2HE2iiT - produced in other countries than ever before. That Is the simple Import price. Nobody knows how much more the people nre paying at retail, but the president admits that they nre psycho logically paying as high prices for foods as before he Hiicd them from he American monopolies by means of the tnrlff. The Increase of foodstuff Importations In tbe first six months of the Democratic free trade was SIIO.OOO.- 000 ns compared with the same period of the last year. The Democratic department of commerce at Washington reports thnt. nnd it must be true. It means that this country Is buying more from the outside to ent, more by n month, and therefore losing the profit on the production of that Much eating material. Who loses? The people who work nnd earn wages in this country when that work is not done lu other countries. The Import ers do not lose. They make n profit, mid a larger prollt than the handlers of American food products do. And In the same time the exports of American food materials dropped CO per cent. Half the business has been killed lu six mouths by the Democratic free trade. That Is the same free trade which the president said was to please othet countries so much thnt the people in them would buy more American prod nets nnd thus make this the big selling country "of the world. The president lias failed as a prophet In less than six months nnd Is still going down. None of tlie hustlers for foreign markets bring back reports thnt they have found that the president guessed right. WJien the goods are made nnd sold Here to be distributed all over tbe old world and tbe far east and other sections there Is n balance continually due us In "cash, and the gold comes over here to pay that balance. When we buy abroad we owe tbe producers over there money, and the gold Is taken across the ocean to them to balance up that bad end of the business. We as a great democratic loving nation nre sending our gold over to the Europeans and inlying them for food ma uls. They njg getting rljb, and we gelt'liitf poor. Shall the people charge that up ngnlnst the Democratic administration. Just ns (lie people of Mexico charge their distress to tbe government of- Huertn?. 'Hardly, because we nil Know the Democrats will not pay, and, besides, tbe majority is said to believe that the Democrats are our great friends and not like the Huertaltes at all. Worcester (Mass.) Telegram. - Farmers Are Not Gudgeons. With n view. It would seem, to reconciling American farmers to their hard condition In being exposed to free trade competition, our department of agriculture has sent a special commission to Investigate the cost of producing wheat lu Saskatchewan, and the commission has reported that It costs nlmost us much as the nmiket price for the wheat namely, tin average of !2 cents a bushel to rale nnd market the grain, which brings to the farmer only (!)'(, cents on tin average. The Northwestern Agriculturist, a recognized high authority on wheat pi eduction nnd marketing In .Minnesota, the Dakotns and the adjacent Canadian territory, makes the following sensl blc comment: "The entire attitude of the depart meiit of ngrlciiltuie betrays Ignorance or prejudice or a mut reprehensible desire to Hatter Americans by 'knocking' their competitors lu Canada lu lieu of. according American farmers, a full measure of tariff protection, which will conserve the home market to our own wheat. That would encourage the development of our wheatllelds far more assuredly than will any statement so lilted with Inferential slander Considerof our competitors. ing wheat by Itself, the main requisite for prollt is in maintaining for American farmers the exclusive benefit of their own superior market nt home through adequate tariff protection. "Under the present law It rests with Canada as to whether the ten cent American duty on wheat now In the Underwood law be continued or not Our farmers are nt tbe mercy of Canada. If Canada decides to admit our wheat free Into Canada theoretically. we mean theie would never be nny reason for Canadians to use our wheat while of Cdnadn's crop is always nn exportable Mirplus. In case Canada decides to remove her duty on our wheat, then that net will abolish our duty against Canada's wheat and open our markets to free competition That will at once abolish the present market advantage held by American farmers. "In short, the motive of the department's slander against Saskatchewan wheat raising is to befool the American farmers into thinking that tbey have no real competitors In Canada and need not fear free wheat competition. 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W-W'aa- jm PCfT&Ia'ift. y :Vandert)ilt Trainiog School for Boys stou - ' SUCH PAIN Better a Hag of stitched together American made calico of the crudest kind than a Hag made abroad and tm-- ported and then held up as the highest example of protection and guardian-Bhlover American manufactures. American labor mid American homes. Taunton (Mass.) Unzette. p test WOMAN CRIED deal of the time and very little appetite. Tho pains were so bad that I used to sit right down on the floor and cry, because it hurt me so and I could not do any work at those times. An old wo man advised me to try Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound and I got a bottle. I felt better the next month so I took three more bottles of it and got well so I could work all the time. I BUS. hope every woman who suffers like I did will try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Mrs. P. W. Lanseno, Even for the keenest observers tariff Compound." Issues have teen blurred by the turdl-ms- s Route No. L, Florence, South Dakota. of the seasons. With this disturbWhy will women continue to suffer day ing factor at work it is impossible as in and day out or drag out a sickly, balf-yet to estimate, exactly the effect of Beattcskxiateace.mlatlngthrea-fourths tbe tariff. 'But one fact to evident and. of the joy of living, when they can find emphatic. While American mills and health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable American wage earners are crowded Ceaapeuad? at of tbe best trade the consumer of Fer thirty years it hat been the (cheap goods is 'no better off than he for female ills, and has reYork Press. ivss before.-N- ew stored the health of thousands of women ailwho have It 'has been reported that a cargo of ments as been troubled with such displacements, inflammation, Wilson free tariff 22,000caset of Mr. ulceration, tumors,, irregularities, etc Cgs have arrived from Hongkong, palna, This makes 4he wife of the If yea wast Sfeeial adiice write to l) democratic farmer stop nnd wonder Lydia . Kattaa MeUeiae Co. LynaJ Mas. Tear letter will tiotf long John Is going to continue to ote this upon her. Carrollton (Moi be epeaed, read and answered by a . kwM in strlet eoaJMeace, Kcpbbllcau-irtreorUt (couM-deatla- Bright For the Middlemen. The farm products of America nre now in competition in our home markets with cheap labor of Kurope nnd other cheap labor countries,' and the middlemen favor the foreign products, because they can make greater proflts In continuing their generally deceitful came in working both the home and foreign producers, for they have, uuder free trade, a larger field to work the up and down gamo to the detrliueut of the farmers and consumers. The Wilson administration has handed tbeiu n great opportunity for price manipulation and an opportunity for profits thnt Is bright for the middlemen under Itaplds (la.) Opti- Tree trade.-Ce- dur Suffered Every thing Until Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegetable Compound. Florence, So. Dakota. "I used to be very sick every month with bearing clown pains nnu backache, and had headache a good Predicts a Republican House. "Unless I am badly oft In my guess tbe next house of representatives will be Itepublicnn." remarked .lobn M Glenn of Chicago at the Shoreham. "That's the wny tbe political situation appears to a man who makes It his business to observe things. In Illinois tbe people are disappointed and. I may say, disgusted with the results of the Democratic control of government. To say that the Democratic low tariff Inw has been well received Is to misrepresent the situation. The people are not pleased with the tnrlff law. Kxports have fallen off, while !niorts have Increased. Farmers are realizing that they made a mistake when they believed the glowing tale told them about now the new tariff would benefit tbeni by giving them cheaper agricultural Implements and nt the same time enable them to sell their products at ns great profit as ever "It Is a foregone conclusion that Uncle .loe Cannon will be returned to the house. Mr. McKluley. who wns the manager of the national campaign lit lir will lie elec,ted. and so will Mr. Itodenberg. down lu the Hast St. T.ouls district, which Is one of the most thickly populated manufacturing districts In the state. From a Itepubllcun standpoint, everything Is lovely lu the outI don't think much of the look. chances of the Progressives. No effort, however strong, con place the Progressives In a'iKisltlon where they ean wlu." Washington Post In the Heart of the Corn Belt perTbe Hockford Register-Gazette tinently remarks, that, Argentine corn Is sold la Chicago In the very heart, of the corn belt, and. that it costs less to deliver Argentine corn In New York city from the port of shipment than to deliver Iowa corn at our seaboard. Well, that's carrying out President Wilson's Idea of Increasing the foreign trade of the United States without regard to the effect upon the Interests of tbe farmers. If tbe farmers of La Salle county like It tbey should vote either the Democratic or Progressive tftket next fall. Tbe Republican pur-tIf tbe only one which steadfastly holds the protection of home farm products from competition with for(III.) Reeign farm "products.-Otta- wa publican Times. y Beef From Argentina. The tariff wall being down, 0,000,000 pounds of Argentine beef are being Imported into tbe United States everj month. Though the Importations have Will ,help parents develop their sons into no Influence in lowering tbe price1 of the best type of citizens and Christian beef to tbo consumer, tbey have possibly bad Influence In keeping tbe prices gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatof native beef from soaring nearer to the clouds than they hare been flying. tered and comes from the best homes in o much uihj rightfully be claimed for the new tariff. the South. Its capacity is limited, thereI)utwhat- may be said toward the fore, reservations should be' made early. discouragement given to tbe movement toward raising beef cattle In Place your son in this select gioup of America In ndequate numbers? What may be said for tbe Indirect results of boys. Write an enfeebled market for corn, our greatest crop, because of tbe fewer native cattle to feed? What may be said for the development of tbe sense of k dependence on other countries for our For catalogue and information. Box A. food supply? After years In which tbe advantage of tbe tariff lay mostly with tbe mami facturing Interests tbe 'agricultural interests begun to receive direct bene fits from it. Then tbe tariff was cut (t you are not familiar with Llppin- nnd slashed lu such a way that tbe cott's you are dolpg yourself and Injury done was suffered mostly by tin tbe publishers an injustice. farming class. It is possible that the farming people can stand it at least tbey always stand more or less meckl.i tho blows that foolish statecraft deals them, (tut It Is only tbe bltud and stupid who refuse to see that n wound o given the basic Industry of agriculture must Inevitably bring pain and agony to every line of endeavor In the coun"The Standard Fiction Magazine try. Toledo lllude. of America" Feel rlRht all tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel How Much Argentine Corn? keeps you NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x Democratic papers tire attempting to on your feet, whilo relieving your troubconvince intelligent Indiana farmers Don't le. $3.00 a Year takoSafer too, and easy to take. afford that Argentine corn let Into the coun- 25 Cents a Copy anything else. You can't try by free trade tariff will have no it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysruinous effect on prices paid. the Amer- (The first magazine to originate tho tem and relieves constipation. A natican farmer. As a matter of fact the ural remedy, natural in its actions, suro Idea of publishing a complete present crop of Argeutlnu Is estimated in its effect and certain in results. It novel In each number.) - Vet'Lax will won't bo long before st 400.000,000 bushels, ami that councompletely displace calomel in ever try consumes only U0.000.000 bushels and take for Its own use. A mere "drop In the A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can Everyit freelyguarbottle with perfect safety. bucket" attitude toward these BRINGS YOU anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona bushels of corn which have no genuine without the likeness and sijna-tOr- o tariff to exclude fheni from the Amer- 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by CO ican markets Is u brave bluff that the CO Timely Articles. Stories. J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. American farmer will call before long. Striking Poems. 200 Pages of HuAjecent Chicago grain market report mor. stated that "corn made n little better showing last week, helped' by a better call, from tbe east and by Btormy Ltpplncott's is enjoying a big weather In Argentina." Thousands of of popularity. o Vet In the, face of the fact that Its markets vary with Argentine new readers havQ been addqd to tho past subscription list during weather reports, some Democrats will few months, and Its circulation Is protest that tbe corn tariff Is O. K. Increasing rapidly. Wluuuiac tlud.) Republican. ELKTQJN, KY. -- 8 i 5 - MffTHENEY & BATTS USE LI V-VER-LAX LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. al Col-:ag- llll iff "k : lib WW v" Shall the (lag be made In England? Kinder rflea one up a bit: Kinder nUrU the blood JuM to merely think of It. Shall the flag We call Old Glory In a foielgn land be made? Thli U certainly the limit Of the foul work of free trade. Shall the nag be made1 In England, Far away acroee the deep Dotn with eentluient and feeling? Buy your bunting where It's cheap? What care free trade foes of country? They've no patriotic pride. Whet'e the flag' but ao much dry goods? Make It on the other aide. Shall the flag be made In England? Kinder rtlee one up a bit; Kinder-starts- ' the blood Juit to merely, think of It Work and wages they have taken. .tnd In Idleneaa men lag; Taken tnduatry to England Now they want to take the flag. Jack Wiley In American Eoonomlat -- The Limit HOW TO REDUCE THE COST OF GOOD READING Send To-da- HOME WAIMArfTKOQR ALU TIME. If you purchase tueNEW UOME'jrou will . have a life asset at tlie pr)e you pay, and will not have an enUleaacbla oCrepalra. y for Llppincott's "Little Book of lie IarrUs" New .Edition Just Published for the 19J3.-191- Season 4 I lamina iiii I litrl Qwlky. GxwiJwJ' Cheapest leHs Thoughts. 8BNT FRKB UPON REQUEST wkuatf i P&atoea. com from (Jerpiany And beef from Argentine. Tet still the U. 8. worklngman Is growla very loan. Why sing to him of bargain pants. Marked t "On nlnety-twoTVheb on Ms uppers he goes round Without a HMRff to ooi -- J. W. . ." j.itiittwcorcconrAiiY wMmMmft0'-''W)imMiFii- IMABMi ear latest catalogue 11 yon asaaHV . , f le-Ulr ANTIBIOTIC HEALING OIL, a surgical drtsslDf tbat relieves palo and bcals a same time. Not a lialsest. 2M.S0c.fi.ca iLc Te PrtvMt Weed Petse-Ju- g apply st 6nc'c tbe wonderful old reliable DR. . waaiaaewms-suacunv- ., before, you jHUFchaM. ... wnw ear, t,yP1S jJUHft t. ,?" t H Artford ' 7 w governor ansumed tho duties Vth In every djtail. grave responsibilities facing Jtim, Init IT OPENS THE It must lo written' by the teacher aVw oppirttituUcs for n3lsMnp the who taught snch school. law Bcrordlns lntil Ky., mallto mutterat otthe thI'ottoHIra poor people of his ft.ato wh.oh hart MARKET TO FOREIGNERS It must gtvc WaXjo of opening, Hi?r(l, ..eond como llonctji of term, enro'lmcut, no of to no ether o.io of his jircilc-d.sorNot lius liter his uc" xfe'Oii you.igei't and oiditft piit.l and to power, mil In tho very anlitst of stilts. &. Proprietor Free-Trad- e AC. M. BARNETT, Editor is Now Taking a Miltcrmoil uttcntl'ng tho great it niv.t Lc 9is.it to the lvontuok)' I ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor strfe and ? WiU&uii invited Governor C. irr.r.Jwlon, Fmtikfurt, o.i lion Dollars a Month Away prt'ieutabvc? of the tobacco erJv- .ovmbcr 1st, 19U-t. Ad dress all communications to , ,. ' ntrm t iiim a ct v. ntni . jmlgjLS wil he, Dr. J- G. From American Earmers. j (The Hartford Kepubllcan. , t , Hurley Society to moot hiin In C;.iW-cHrestlent II. II. Cherry, Hon. Frankfort on a certain day with tho U.irktdalc Hnmlott, Supt. Kl a IajwIs, faNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS nwvocd piirposs of settling tho whole IM.j. Cora WiIwmi Stowart. In tho teji mo.iths cuileil April, 1!I4 n new trouble. Subicrtbern drlrlne the wr ami to RIDING-BREAKIN- G foodstuffs addrvaa moKt gtrr the old addrrM In innklUK tu His action met with universal ap- ho aluo cf oro'gn LINCOLN COUNTY FIGHTING II.- roiiOMt. into tne Un.ied Sues in- I.ITBILVCY. nnlnpe t.ocnln nnd Notice 10e per line nnd r.o proval thruout tho S.atc at! ho was Ciuusdd 510,000,000, ,r $1,000,000 (i hailed' aa a Moses who would lead mldltlomil Inacrtlnu. par Una for Lincoln county, wnlch wro'o a uioiilh. Tho money, whlcji alum d OUltaurlc, Il.nolutlom nnd Curd ul Think)' j his inoria out of d stn brit .a.it page in ICfirucky'd h suary iid uivo --cite to the American farmer, through Us prrllDv money In nilvnnr. Tho meeting wsts cn'iod to rcprcsoiitaLvc n tho Kprrlrca free, tint otlfir .to foreign fanners. j Chunh Nntlmi fur In t'.u old Court of Apimals room wvnt "ni' chorrb udTertlrinent, In ...... -.-.--- ... i"nit .l'tiiin iiOrW.it Mm iXtinrfa flf . last General Awmbly, lljn. Shelton -'- will rectlte co.W.T.CIl vaa crOWUCtl W.Ut TTUM iioiraoiM rominanlcntlon - M Sauf'ey, who championed the bill . attrotluii. cuuiieuu grunura iiu hiuiiiivnd .luicr.um iuuusuuis r. iourt.iscu $uh,- creating the Kentucky Illiteracy Com 111? IIIIJI r.m Cl? ftm t(l TtlnnMi. or farmers' organizations irom an ,1"9 Sinw Tho 'adverse balance agamst tho nlIfa!,, Vric" pares of the State. They wero ns GaKand Singloton nnd for- Ame.ucan farmor, qo far as deiilings Cu.m.torlaiT.i g cf pooplo aa could have CO JTazsaexs' 2.;iAtM.&l been gataenll together in any state wM.i?.--.the ouirfJJo world a ooncernw, lel1 t0 Uach "loonllght school to v'lH mm m. t ... tn m,n.tl,a ivu ...u.m...wl in tho Union, nnd tltcy canio upon a T.,wv,v I'literacy Duniig tho ton montlis ended April, out FRIDAY, JULY 31. the Governor's invitation. When he TJic Stanford lnter'or Journal and ca'led tho meeting to order ho at '!H4, JuTo w.rj JiupjnLed U0(0rs.,;t'jS tho people of Lincoln County lire onco launched into n speech which Inljh"'" cf oa's, ns ngalnst 714.7C7 kicking these voluntceri oiiUiusIcm ANNOUNCEMENTS. .might have been delivered with pro- - bus.icls imported (luring the some '" tho convcta in t'.c Stnf peivod o;idtid Avrjl, l'JlII. Oomixinng Wo arc authorized to announce baine pgniicnuury it was uireuicti 10 uiu tue 1,Sj4,03Iperiods, tiero were iniivart-c- J EVKKY SCHOOL IN MONTGO.MEItY Congressman Bon Johnson a candidate farmciu i)rcscnt, whom busiiels of Miuat, against ho all but A MOONLIGHT SCHOOL- for the Democratic nomination for accused of being night riders, fell- 7,C93i;'J; other brc;idstuffs, $2,C02.932 lontgonitry Is tlie first county to CongresRepresentative from tho 4th ing them thnt lawlessness must bo .igaiift ?1,30L,,030; fruits, $2C,1M,108 have every teacher, both white and sional district. General primary elec- stopped, or lie wou'd call to life as- against $21,033,382; nuts, $722,217, colored to pledge themselves to eon- tion August 1, 1914. sistance every able bodied man in Ino .igalrst $030,290; butter $l,C33,r.l.", iluet Moonl.ght Schools. Also. Sunt. agmust $253,313; cjioe, $9,302,138, Georgia S edd, former S;ipt. M. G We are authorized to announce State, etc. It was humiliating nnd ago-ne$7,GS3,399; olivo o;J, $C,444,-21- 7, Goodwin nnd Supervjsor O'ilear have W. Boyd, of Hardin coun- disgusting to everj' farmer 'present. Hon. John aga.i.i!it $5,Slu,S10; prepared 3 enlisted. Tho .Moonlight SchovH of ty, a candidate for tho Doinocrtytlc Against itho Trust he said uever a $3,01u,54(, agall.a". $2,772,100; word. Montgomery ccunty wlIK begin 'n i Representative for nomination It was upon th's occasion that fresh vego.ables, $1,40,390, against September, and the teachers wil' 3 Congress, from tho 4th district. JiMgo T!' .loratIcii of esss O'Rear when ca'led upon made 1 tlieir d.stricts on Iibar day to I'rimJry election Augut' General the celebrated speech in which he uunng i no ion uion 10 ponwi April, secure largo attendance. denounced the Trust and said lie d.U 1914 amounted to 0.043.705 do?tis, Severe Attack of Colic Cured. not believe it wits pontile to "drive rallied at $1,000,000. .We ar authorized to announce W. on idea through an Anglo-Saxon- 's These are staphs produced by AmJ3- U, Cross, who trave's in SHERMAN BALL, of Breckenrldgo hend with a bayonet." erican farnis orciiurdu und gardons. nnd otlier Southern States, was county, a cand'date for tho Uepub- The Governor, upon his own requosl Tlie now Tariff reduces the dutj upon taken suddenly and severely ill with Jicaq nomination for Uepresentativo had made an appointment with judge these articles and opens tho market t colic. At the first store ho came to In CongTc'ps from the Fourth district. O'Eear for tho evening before the foreign farmers. Tne foreigner Jias tho merchant recomraondod ChamberGeneral frfitary election August 1, meeting, (but instead of keeping that seiz.il th.s oportun.ty nnd is now lain's Col'c, Cholera n,nd ' Diarrhoea 1514. .appointment ho took tho C- - &. 0. making $1,000,000 a month which Remedy. Two doses of it cured hjm. went to Cue Amer.cau formerly itralti to Louisville where it was preNo ono should leavo homo on a farmer- Remember the pri- sumed he conferred with the Trust Tlie consumer 'ots q (benefft. irom journey without a bottle of this REPUBLICANS lawyers from Nw York and other preparation. For palp by a dealers- mary election a p'acea, and changed his ontlre plans. this Tarjff ireducion. The price has tilt wllf be a yearbefore we will Of curse nothing came from the not gone down on a single article A Texas Wonder. jhato worry over bur. Income tax meeting and the. farmers had wasted mentioned. The Tarif formerly, lc"f ' ' oVit aUU gave Ljria The Texas Wonder cures kidney an again ,3?i:- - so much, time In rcopotyllng to tho tio foreifeuei' to the Aiueplcau farmer. The bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, amgndment call fi he Governor, who during the new J 5ttae turned down nn Tariff throws tlie business to the cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, succeeding months of excitement and for Btate wide prohibJUon ly. & ma- disgraceful Putlawry nevgr lost. an foreign farmer, who, with the mid- rheumatism, and all I r regular ItlfcS of ' jority of 30,000, . , opportunity In public or private to dleman pocket the 'benefit, and the tho kidneys and bladder In both men oovertng up their tracks some denounco night r'dors, without any consumeir paja. as mueli as ho Vlid and women. Uegulates blatJdeC By Tho only Joser is the Americ-'ble- s in children .If not soid fey your men et credit for walking in 'the effort to distinguish between tho great bddy of drucctst. will send by mail on re members an tarrner- straight kind narrow pathi of farmers' organizations, and the fPh'Is loss of $1,000,000 a month ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is covoiQ only ten (months of the new two months' treatment, and seldom syMpathy was Tariff. It,, is natural that the loss falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes''e mlgjjt soon restqro tjhe, against tho tobacco growers in their should Ibe greater as soon as foreign timonials from this and other states. his balance on loquacity. s'rugsle with creed anld farmers awaken to the splendid Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. offered fby tho American away from the primary monopo'y. N&t only this jbut during Do not stay election and then cuss the party if ills udmhilsrtaUon .whenever ho had market. The more they take advanSinging Coiveition. your choice is not nominated. Help t,o make an appointment of a Mine tage of this opportunity the more tho The Progrossvlc Singing Convention American farmer will Jose. Inspector or au Assistant he ignored to make the nomination. The only wa to prevent ihjs loss will meet tlie 5th Suuday la August the recomendations of the Miners' Huerta's pnvoj-- wfco went to appointei men outsIde 0f to it lie farmer is to put with Friendship Church (between Hab and agara to bring about peace are now orntzatl0 dlotate, b lhe e bars up again, and shut out lhe it und Lafoon, Ky.) Jn Davitss Co. afraid to go home with It. I instead' operators. foreigner. Tlie experiment lias been Everybody invited Blngors ospoclaliy, and requested to .brlug your dinner tney are gong v .tiiigiauu wmsno u. This Is tho man who is asking tho In effect long enough Jo show that it along. laboring man to ;vot dow not 'decrease (the cobt of living- farmers and Drs. Ellis and Foster will nidress Renulbllcan farmers and laboring ror ujm tomorrow in the Republican the convention stagers- - Come along primary for the nomination for U. Stops Neuralgia Kills Pain. men should at least remember Midr with your solos, anthems und chorusSloan's Liniment gives Instant re- es, etc. Tho pooplo of Frlcmtihlp pix enemy, who s asking for the long S. Senator. This paper feels it to be "duty to call to mind his conduct let from Neural g'a or Sciatica. It term nomination for Senator n tho its progressive and will ido everything lo Iwhcci he was placed in power and In goes straight to tho painful part primary make you enjoy the day. Plenty of position, and to eay to the tobacco Soothes he Nerves uid Stops sss tho Ico water, shade, etc. According tp Gov. MoCrcarya and jaborera who cast th6lr Pain- - It 's also good for Rheumatism Yours far hotter singing, paign exienso uccount Ms appointees yota fQr AugU9tus E. Willson, they F. P- - SALMON. U. M. S. to office havo given him SDinatf.iinp- janj klfa,l)g ihQ hajjd that Bmote Sore Throat, Chest Pains mil Sprains You don't need to rub it penetrates. C,000. Is Uils a Scandal? If so over lhom alQ forward,Iip tllo ambltios Cured of Indigestion. why is it passed up by tho Kentucky ,of a 1Man who novcr drow a breath Mr. J. R- - Swinger, Lou'svllle, Ky. writes: "I suffered with quite a Mrs. Saldlo I. Clawson, Indiana, Bearcely a comment? with prt ,n a hjg ,lfo ,n 8lnU)atly. w.iUl severe Neuralgic Headache for four Pa- - was bothcrtU with indigestion. Proildent WTson met' wltji histlieni. usod' "My stomach pained mo n'ght and 1 montlis without und relief. $1,000 Light Harnei Stak first defeat in Congress last, week Question Camden's Democracy. Sloan's Liniment for two or three day " she writes. "I wou!d feel bloat$1,000 Roadtter Suite Student's Judging Conteit when Jio was compelled to withdraw Farmer Boys' Encampmsnt nights and I haven't suffered with ed and havo tho headache mil belch-iuGen. Uennott II- - Young, speaking at the namo of Thomas D. Jones from after eating, i also .tmfered .from Get a bottle - my head s'nee." TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY tho Senate. nfUr having nuido a Mail33.ivMlo in behalf of his caiulld- Keep in the house al! tho time for constipation. My daughter had U3ed vigorofra light, fcr his conf rniatin 'lacy for tho short tnii, ba'.d; "It has pains Fine Exhibits of Horse, Catl , Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field and all hurts. 23c, 3oc and $1 Ciutfiibcrla'ii's Tablets and they did as member of tho Resorve Bank hem persistent!)-- and continuously at your Drugist- hor so much good that she gave hio Seed and Grain, Horticulture aad Woman's Handiwork charged, and neer denied, that Hon. BoaiU. 'Bucklen'a Arnica Salvo for all a few idoses of thorn nnd insisted upJohnson N. Camden, now candidate CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS. m on my trying them. They helped me Tho Inilsvillo Herald 'u g'oaWng for the United States Senate for the Sores. as nothing eiso has dnoe-- " For salo GRAND over the hot words hurled at each Short term, refusrfl to vote for WilFIREWORKS by all dealers. Moonlight Schools in Hardin. other by Democratic and Republican liam Jenn'.ngs nrjan in 1S9C, 1900 and DISPLAY some of their support-porte- 1908, when Mr. Bryan wan .tho Demo, caillldatcs and Hardin county is '.n the midst of Troublesome Times. in the race for United S'ates ocratic standard bearer for the Pres- - a great educational reviwi!. A week's For Cttkiu and Eaty BUak Addr Reduced Railroad Rata The nowspaiiers arp to'llng tho Senator. Has tho Herald forgotten Idency. Twenty days ago l publicly campaign, with speaking In oyery the tlmo its caudidate, Mr. Burton stated this an'd advised Mt. Camdeii school house, has been waged, and story of Miss Elizabeth Day Cary. who celebrated her 99tJi birthday at Vance, In a State Central Comitteo that if ho would deny the Rhargo I Moonlight Schools are to bo opened Orange, 705 Paul Jones Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. N. J., July 10, and on that meeting called a fellow member, Mr. would take fullest oportunlty in y soon, fifty teachers having volun occasion Jianided out invitations to Matt Holt, to bo specific, a d lying sjieech I made to right him In teered to teach them following an; her next birthday anriiveorsary, ber son of a h ? Has it also forgotten this regard. Nothing has come Trom eloquent addretls and apeal by Mr. 100, July 10, 1915. the other time at a committee meet-in- s him on tho subject. Jt Is narrated thaitj Harry A. Sommers- - Tho Hardin Co. Miss Cary manages her own houseits late canidldate for Mayor Mr. "If Mr. Cantlon could not afford to Board of Education has the distinc hold and takes a keen Axton, knocked another member over vote for .Mr. Bryan when three times tion Interest in of being tlie first In tho State politics. bringing the good Progressive nominated by his jiarty for She reads the papers witha bed Presl. to offer a prize to the teacher who the tout tf!asss and declares that "evhlood freely. Botter build a stone doncy, can the Domocrats of KenDAILY ICWCCNl teaches the largest numlber of illit- ery time wall around your glass house. there is Tariff tinkering tucky afford now to vote for Mr. erates. The Woman's ClUb of ti thero are troublesome ti.mes." The Canilen for the' United States Senoffers the same amount aged spinster .2P-- v LEST WE FORGET. is perfectly right. Hhe ate? for tho same purpose, atiVl is the first has a pttS? cvnUtrAUU far better memory than many In December 1907, Augustus E. ,wU "It may be true that Mr. Camden Woman's Club in Uio State to offer of her juniors of both soxs- - But for hon Ws sworn in as Governor of jn i911 and i912 p the can,, such a prize. Supt. Payne, of IHard-I- n the periodic forgetfulnesa pf the Amu ,undg Ule r?3arr-Gjvouiucm,. curing uio vuuiiuigu 5,000 fauu0us 8unl of cqunty, the Hardin County Board . charged with being an attr but can he, when refusing to support of Education, HardJn County Public erican people regarding ihe invariahad heiv - 'X igM T? r4JRMRaMHRflRHltMHP ble consequences of Free-TraTariff n;y tor the Tobacco Trust-Thiho tho party leaders, win the votes of School Teachers, tlie Womanla qidb wgpKjjrvr THE GREAT CHIP "SLCATt'Da" tinkering we should not bo having denied but admltUU ho had jnactloed Democrats by contributions to oam-- a ot Ellzabothtown, nnd Co- - Harry A. I MM.aM4llal ISM I Lnalk S09 fe.ll k.JlB M frt. 4 UckMI M0 .UlMMni few cat.s for the Trust, be:a-jsjaign expenses, oven though these Sommors aitd the Ellzabothtown a recurrence of "troublitowno times." lit .11 tvpvt tivt . I Whmi iu .U j..lalii.l lLii ftar .t.liiar Mt M,. C..IW ! Ula.d !., ftb.vrU. la nU.)m Kik. ot the inability of its regular attorney bo largo enough to stager belief? News are all ibanded together' to Taxes Doe For 1914. Maoiflct Staamm HSEEANDBrC.M "Clt, .f tt V ai.i "Cilr mt ButfaU" tp ct. Wlii a he went Into offc? the! "As to what party Mr. Camden wipe Illiteracy out of Hartltn. It has May 1st uDaclat DaUy CLEVELAND and BUFFALO We have received the tax books and growers wore in a great longtli before 1911 there is no record. not .. .OiOO rVM. 1.00 P. U. a chance to exist in that county. are now roaMy to gWe you receipt. Ix... Cln.Uaa . Un PuSOma compel It, He made no speeches, he helped in (i30A.ll. 4,ri.. ClM.Uaa . tiJOA, M, trugLj .wltii the trust to AirltaBalaU (CmmlflaaauaKau) Please call at this office at your eartterouh tne' pooling system to V&Y no canvassqs. Asfar as the (public PRIZE OFFER' TO'TBAOHERS. all U.Ur an J C.aa4l.n raiau. IUIU4 llckat. CoaawtlM. .1 BaaUa ft Waaaaa FaU ,, J'-- g liest convenience and settle. UaST.ta Mving price for their product, I UlaM. Ci?.Ua4aiul C. & D. ax gv4 frv IraaanarUlfaa aa air Maaat.n Aak be did nothing in advocacy of To the Kentucky teacher who Uaa, Vrlla ivt tlck.14 via lul ii.k UlaUau4 feaaUal fata. joar luU S- - O. KEOWN, ed fey uoromfttlng toll and sacrifice Democratic principle until 1911. Will writeo, the best article pr story on O. THE CLCVCLAN9 4k BUFFALO TRANSIT CO- Ptf both muscje and soil. Sheriff Ohio Co. two barbecues, where crow4ds tan be "My Moonlight School," the Ken- 63tr. Tho, outrages at HopkJnsvMe bad fed at tweaty-flv- e cents a piece, and tucky Society of Colonial bej comltted anld Governor Beck- - bjg campaign money make a Domo-ba- a give the sum of $1500. Dames will bud ordered Put one company of orat suitable for United rtatte Bfio-JFIR FLETCHER'S The conditions are as follows; I troops tp preserve order. H HorP Call on Jofr The ptory must be absojutejy true no-,I a. Republican. Wheat Preparation -- nig-ale- . lu:(! . --- a - Must begin as soon as the ground will do to plow. In fact,with the mous OLIVER PLOW you can begin at any So the first consideration is to i I dls-Icor- d. or-i'.l- er i 1' ar - time. 13 law-ahld- hig ....... icr. t xg-oab- ran-viu-- I Vir-gin'- a. I - bus-Jue- i3 trou-befr-- e. law-abidi- buy one of our OLIVER PLOWS and the rest will be easy. If you haven't had a demonstration of its work call us up and our man will show you in your own field. The progress of our farmers have made in the production of wheat is certainly very encouraging. Only a few years ago a yield of 2 or hundred bushels on our farms was a big crop. Now we have many farmers whose record is over one thousand bushels a year and yet we are not producing as much as we are consuming. Boys, let's feed ourselves next year. Let's go in for more acres and more bushels to the acre; use better plows and plow niore acres in day. Buy all OLIVER. This great' company has progressed in producing plows as you have progressed in your methods of farming. Keep pace with each other and both will come out triumphant in the end. A I one-side- d E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. ",5???"S!?r' s MMi-i.can n, KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14tKto 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE - g, to-da- y. BATTLE OF MEXICO" rs J. L. DENT, Secretary, oV-or- 'db j4W 1 Fare 322 5 Ellza-bothlow- fcsRBsswsEt? (leveland -- s de VF.J 7rrr rt" u.l-U- - i v eam-'kno.- .(( Children Ory fea CIvUa, . I,.. ..tli.,tU CASTORIA The Republican for Fine Print' vq. Wait! Wait!! T Don't Worry! Our Semi-Annu- al Big Hnrry-U- p Mill kfi and Sale Will Begin 1 Friday, July 31st, and Continue Until Saturday, August 8. Some sales are going on, others have come and gone, but this the Big Kum Down Sale that everybody comes to, will be the biggest event of the season. Don't an Holbrook, B. K- - B rkhead, Charley Turner, Martial) Collins and Horald IJolbrook. A now ciicra'o pavement is boing put Mown in front of Jlor At luick Krocory and .Moare's meat innrkot. Tills Is lulfill.ng u lonK felt want, o,id other might follow the cood to tho great Improvement of tho town. MIsa Mary Elizabeth. Fojlx tfs entertaining the fo.lowinj; Bchool-mat- c victors: Misses Elizabeth I jolt, of Wostcr, Ohio; Curo'.yn Long, of Chta.cr, Pa.; Nancy Graliani Offutt, l.oumvi.lc, und Buulco Kathcrino tJiiouao of Jexlngton. d Mcbsis jam ca IJennctt and I'allllpjis )atided tjio Jargtnt cat-f.s- n last Friday night which has boon taltoji from Hough Hlvor In many years. It was caught on n trot Ifno a short distance below tho old mill dam and tipped tho ibeam at It wai dressed and sold nadlly on .tho local market at 25 cent per pound. This isssuo of the Republican comes '10 card of Dr- - Llndsoy (Morrison, of 7.wt I'olnt Hardin County, Wiu Is ioeklng tlie Kcmiblican nomination far Congrcta Jn this district. i)r. .Morrison is n self mado man who tho greatest consideration. Ho is n life Jong Republican, but is popular with men of u'l parties n his lectio u of tho district. Ho is 'to the front in every eCforti for thp betterment Df tho conditions of the cou.itry aild cltzonshp- - If iiunil-nalmany port-onbelieve io will bj elected'lu Novomber. Itay-niones ju oj s BASE BALL DOPE LOCALS AGAIN VICTORS-I- fmiwunanw,ramim,ui.uuT.- - !!U!aijLUMitUAiBjia!ijMiigiMM.gjs3a.7toat;3astJRr.gMgiaBTrBMai wiWj one of tho fastest and most thrilling bai. es cvor slagcd at East game End Hartford took tho of a t.iruo "scr.es between l.ifct team a.id Hardinsburg. It, ,wns 11 sic-saaffair and for eleven 11111.1133 the battle ragJ fiercely. In tho Hocoud extra inning, liowovef, siiigos by Rlckard, Plumoier and a "nifty" bunt by Cuiullff turiiul tlio itrlck. niio pit off to a two run load wJiou vjth ono on In the first Dillon tho liaild lilttilig shur. s P of the Hard'iisburg toa.ni, Bent one of Ricknrd's bendera over the toft field fence for a lionier. Tho locals went two butter In tho third and fourth, but wera out distanced in the sixth- - Ha.lliusburg again came to tho front Ju (.ho first JiaJf of Uie ninth nnd hud 11 two run load when the Blue Socks came up. The latter were equal to occasion, iliowevcr, and produc od Uio needed two to tie. Nolthor team reached finst In tho tenth but the Hartford wrecking crew aglafai got busy In tho eleventh nnd slipped th0 winning tally acrosa much to tho del."' of (ho cheering bugs- Rlckard and Iirsv.-- cpvltkio an. ohtcr on t)io mound whUo B anken- shlp aild Ditto did tho receiving. Both baiter uj performed Iii great stjje and at times their support was sensae w o J 5jrrjic JTHTuaHwr V ti .:t,i"i mrmin ft P Tt If your pocket-boo- k could talk it would The man who practices economy and wants utility invests his dollars in the Universal Car. He knows it serves his every purpose best and at lowest cost. And don't forget Ford service and guarantee. Five hundred dollars Is tho price of tho Ford runabout; tho touring car Is flvo fifty; tho town car seven fifty f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog nnd particulars from recommend the Ford. BARNES AUTOMOBILE GO (INCORPORATED) CENTRAL CITY, KY. tional- Innings.. H'burg. 1 234 ." ..00 3 100002 .. 200003001 EQUALITY WINS. 0 7 8 0 10 11 0 00 17 C For Sale. Ono small refrigerator. condition. Cull or tfddres WORRY but WAIT. On Friday morning, July 3 st, HURRY for Fairs' and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT 1 In good B. .M. WOODWARD. Proves Itself a Prevarication. Can you tell why Fnee-iTmd- o low- SAVES YOU MONEY. ered tho price of egflJ, und butter fat, and oats, and Jjarlcy, at.'J didn't lower wool? And why it te that you hear the Democrats doing so much blowing about Uio "high price of wool" which Jiey said would joe "low ered to the consumer" under their beneficent reign, ai.il which was not, and why you never hear them shouting about the reduction in the prices of Iwrley and oata and eggs and gutter, which came out as they iwoptoe-sled- ? assuage tflio Is tli'8 not it3110 public feelings antf to aplacerated pease tho wrath 6? tae"6utragtH farnl er? Paraphrasing the Good Book: ''Lot tho truth prevail even though the Democratic party proves itself a oreYaricator." Grangevjlje (Idaho) Globe. Hard'iisburg again mot one cf dose hard luck defeats Sunday when they lost to Equality at Ceirtertown by the score of 5 to I. The game was ci&Sc all the way thru and was wdtnetfled by a big bunch of spectators, many of them from Hartford. W'lthrow nnd Thorpe worked for Equality opijossd by Phi'Hps and Thomas for Hardins-burThe fcaturo of the game was a catch In deep right by "Charlie Ox" Plummer. g. NOTES. Tho defeated twico on their vl's'it to this county the Hardinsburg fellows' should not be in tho Jcagt discouraged for they put up itwo' of the gum eat battles ever aeon in those parla and ibut for haiU Juck might have cleaned up wJUh tooth. They are a bujly set Pf good fellows, on and off Ihe ileld. and weal fa'ns ana' players will always welcome them. Hahif comoss Saturday MM'khaw mj MMk EVEKYTHIIIMa YM KEQO IHE mSm mmwK 'J"t.PMMr 'uiwyif -I --. r tdiii jt 'if . .9r ING l T ' & -. C3C3I' rrvii.o and thev nl-- " Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY 31. M. I L. ft N. time card effective Monday Aug. 21st. Tues-dayNo. 112, North Dound due 7:19 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. m. dally except Sunday. No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. Mrs. A .D. BiHklll left Wednesday No. 113 South Bound due 1:16 p. m. for Louisville where oho will visit dally except Sunday. II. E. MISCIHCE. Agt. Big reduction on everything during our sale. Begins July 31st. CARSON & CO. Go to Acton Bros, for barrel Salt. iel-ativ- ft E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. wajn jpva up a ciean scrappy game Attorney E. Headache ana Nervousness ai'Jd no doubt a eood crowd will turn Louisville yesterdayout Saturday. The locals will put Cured. o attend our Bo first tiiot "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitl their very best line up against them. CARSON ft CO. big uale. ed to all the praise I can e'vo them," U. S. Carson la agent for the fa It Is thought ithat Habit w'11 have writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, mous American Wlro Fencing, pitcher with them Saturday, N. Y. They have cured me of heaU- - a Btar perhaps Bonny White, of Owensboro. Do not fall to read TJohenort oil. aohe and nervousness and restored mo on the eighth page of this paperto my normal health." For Bale by Equality comes Wednesday. .ManAttorney C. E. Smith tsus It all dealers. Countv ager Casebior is confident of taking Ellzabetht-yyoon legal buslneaj tills game but it is safe to say that Owensboro Optical House. the winner will not have a snap Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used Quito a number from here attend by R. C. Hardwick's Manager "Heg" failed to bluff iBome Mcilonry last Friday "lasses made ed tho dance at Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my en- guy as to the rtsult of tho tilglit. maM. pU AAmlnw QU.M -- w VU..U otiV.ni. ITlOnr - Woodward went to - last-nt- SAVE MONEY NOW DOLLARS ALWAYS HAUEALONG REACH IN OUR STORE. BUT RIGHT NOW. TO CLOSE OUT OUR SUMMER GOODS. REACH FARTHER. BRINGING IN THE WHOLE FAMILY NOW AND RIG THEM OUT FROM FOOT TO HEAD. WE WILL - YOUR DOLLARS WILL y. Hardlns-burg-Equall- ty Big sale bargains July 31st. CARSON &. CO- - OurJitUo writo up on tho wood question, last week produced immeiliate A I 4 . Iglehmrt returned homo .Mr- - Luiii .Messrs A. C. Yeisur, !M- - Bean Paul from Now Orleans Monday. Woodward smd A. B. Pato were in Reduced prices on everything, July Owensborro ytterday. & CO. CARSON 31at. Work on Uio now IMjhtodilit.rhurcli . SALVET, tho great stock remedy. delayed by the failure of a ohlpmeiit 3Ktr is Sco U. S. Carson. Hartford. of ptono Iti) reacji Uio contractor. reMr. SaiiTTndersbnand family Mr. Arthur Potty, of tho Herald LouisvlUo Thursday. turned to force, loft yesterday with Mrs. Petty wTro Fence best on for a visit to relatives in ArkansasAmerican earth. For aalo by U. S. Carson. Our ComoDown Bale .begins Fri Black and daughters nro day July 31st, und ojosos Augusc Mrs. T. sspcmdlng a few daya In Dawaou 8th- - Don't fall to attend. Springe. CARSON & CO. v RenderTwlffi Und daughuna mosquitoes by Mr. lr M. Flht Ihe flics getting your Screen Wire Cloth at ter, Loulsvlllo, ore visiting Mr. Reuder'3 part'uts, Mr-- und Blra. W. S. L. King's. Central City B. Render. Mm. Looey Hoover, Mjs- - S. N. Parte und Uaughters, a the guest of ber parents Mr. and Dora and Josephene, of Lajuomtp, Mrs. J. B.ShlflfiU,jCHy. lAttorney W.H- - Barnes was In Colo., are the guostta of Mrs. J A. Rochester and Morgantown Dn legal Park and family. The Beckham Club at Beaver Dam business tlui first of tho week. Mlaiea" Cooper and"keown who will JioM a rally .tcnnlght and a numTie will be made have .boon the guests of relatives here ber of tohort speech. returned to their homos In Fordsvljle by good speakers. Aster a "few dajfl vlalt'to Sheriff Monday. S. O- - Keown and family Mrs. Cra M- - Oavl, Tiptop. ?r. andd Mrs. A. Mlas uMalmee Loyd Ky.re th - gue&ts of friends In town. turnedandd their home Keown' reto at FordevlUe, was fomiorly Mlas Etta Mrs, Davis last Saturday. TJnnas. UnUey (Horrriaon, West point 'Hon. D."H. Smith, Hodgensvil'.e,u Democratjc nomtna-tioVM fcere yesterday in the interest of candidate for the for the short Senatorial term, Republican noun bis candidacy for the was here Tuesday in the Inter oat of sjutoa tor Cogrf' his candidacy. t Mlas Ann! Cooper. wh fc"1 l is Plrof. O. H- - Park, 'Willis Okla. S. O. Kieown and the guet of Sheriff home at vlalting, relatine in th.o txtunty. He faWly,, fwturaed W, will return 40 WHljs Oka.' about Oct. VnivUla Monday. 1st- - and will have charge pf the grad-4- 1 Wd !w Hlalor PT?r sebooU tiero. iwu taiWB; pv here fmen tor The following puraoue from HartobJ UeimiMeMW Stanley speaking at the JtafmMcKB noa'saUon tor Con- ford attended thenight: Messrs Row- OweBsboro 'last '.',!, i.c'fi i . i j 'S ' ' - if , '$. ;fridy Hxt Lltf tire satisfaction. His house and game and consequently chinery for maklne lenses are the ho Is working this week. most complete in tho State, and he employs none but experienced workVIg Morton Js getting (to bo ono of C. M. BARNETT. men. the host umps around here, vig is absolutely square and honest In evA Flank Attack. ery decision he makes. Soma compliAn "insidious Jobby" has reached cated plays came up Saturd&y and the White Houso and been very gra Sunday but 'ho was eflual to tho occiously received. Business mua casion. Tho Hardinsburg fellow wore themselves and (many com- especially pleased with his .work- mercial intercfcto have ieon heard Uierc in protest pgainst jnejidmg legThursda" afternoon wo were balled islation, aho 'effect of (which would, to ulip office of CJrcult Clerk E- - G. tliey fear, be injurious (o trade and llarrass and W10" in the iprusonco of coiumocc. We lia.J Jlio epixad of .Messrs. J. C. Her and R. IR- - Riley light In dark places- - Such intellligoat Mr. Barrasa presented each of us with injdlvlduajs and oodles were, about a shining $10 gold piece, given by his tlmo laet year called Insidious several loyal supporters of tho Hartlobbies by Mr. Wilson Jtfmsejt for on- ford Bao Ball team. We expect noth ly tryilng to keep In touch wdith the ing for our services to tho local Congress and opposing then pending team but as tlrl' comes in apprecialeislation believed to bo as hurtful tion of our effoutu, and not as calary, to business as any ponding now. If wo accept realizing more fully that it is true tliat such exertions pf leg- those efforts are appreciated beyond itimate Influences constitute Insidious the cheering. We thank you and lobbies, it is equally true that tho you of our honest enldeavors Insidious lobby pf the summer of 1914 for the benefit of the team. However, Is not less Insidious than he one we aro glad that, aU teams haven't of 1913- - In fact, It could not he less the loyal Bupport given us, for they atateamansblp would be terribly hard to boat. so f psyphologloAl has not found a method pf fcuhtrac-tfo- h , "EARLY" RICKARD, which can work below the cipher "AL" HARNETT. mark. Putting such a miracle even beyond the Jwre ' of psyonologAoal Beware of Ointmentf lor statesmanship, ,we must conclude that Catarrh that Contain Mercury such statesmanship boa learned Che a mercury will surely destroy the sense completely deranse the truth that there ! neither Jobby nor of amel! and when enterlnr It throuch whole system tasldiou&ness la the exeroilse of t,ae, 4ho mucous surfaces. Such articles should be used except on prescriptions right pi petition and remonstrance by never reputable physicians, as the damage from they will do ils ten fold to the good you any class of American cltt seescon possibly derive from them. Hall's J. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. no Cheney Co., Toledo, O.. contains Sale. Fara mercury, and Is 'taken Internally, actlns 150 Acres oa Hartford and Rockpor directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Cure be sure you get the genuroad, 1 2 mile from Broodwy; and Catarrh Is ine. It taken Internally and made In Sahoolhouse Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney Co. Tes2 miles from Rockport. timonials free. per bottle. church sear. Sold by Druggists. Price 75cconjugation. on sVbje of turn Take stall's fallT Fills pass' dwelling souse Three roads i&illliG. which is oa Hartford R. F.. D, No. Tulv 29 Rev. J B. Rayborn filled Any his regular apolatmeat atMt Jjorlab 4- Most rf bud perfectly level. OBj deslrtacte purchase farwwill do Sunday. Mx. Otway Taylor attended church at Boraett creek Sunday. Prof. Ttof. Hamilton, who has be "BARNETT ft M&) Agsi. to -- SELL YOU THE SAME HIGH QUALITY MERCHANDISE WE ALWAYS CARRY. BUT GIUE YOU NOW OUR LOWEST REDUCED PRICES. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. attending tha summer term pf the ,W K. S. N., returned home Thuray. Mr. J. T. Ralph, and family ,viitod Mm. Ralnh's parents, Mr. and Mrs- Jesse Chapman of Barnetts creki Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Leland Stofer and brother, the guests of Ham, of Louisville, are their grandmother, Mrs- - Mary cuu-dlf- f, this week, A barn, with valuable contents, to Mr. Leslie Smith was de stroyed by fire Sunday Morning about 5 o'clock. Ilev. S- - W. Edge made a butfnesa trip to Magon Monday. Most Children do. A Coated, Fur-- . red Tongue; Strong Breath; Btomonh Pains; Circles uader Byes; Pale Bai- inw Camnlexion: NervouB. Fretful; Qrinldlng of Teeth; Tossing In Bleep; Pecufar Dream any pn te these indicate Child ha Worms. (Get a. ft)t box of Klckapoo Worn Killer cause once, if klllsthe"'Wernis'-4h- e of your oMM' condition. I and akU Nature to expel' the Supplktl in candy form. Wotbm. Easy for children to take. 25c kA your Druggist. Have Yez Heard About Pal's Pig? Has Your Child Worms? Fr 1-- sd tr 'the f,oinest iverl Sure he wuz raised the feed they do he setllne; at Ellis' "1 There's more than oae pig. Wttdo horse nnd cow wklcfe has happy and osat4BBt over provaader iokeq from my bfna, granariefl and bay lofts- Why shouldn't youns Join on bt - the fortusaalfBsT W. E. ELLIS Ths Produc Msrchant HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY nr v,.hi. , ji-- " r w "j! r "V V'1. ,nwtr 4 -' THREE TOASTS. FATHER. STUMPED A THEM. ' ESKIMO WHALE DANCE. "" V (n MenUI Arithmetic Thai When Arctlo Natlvet Featt and Pick HOTEL Worried the Student. y. Their Life Matei. of Ol i Country, Tliey had n schoolboy mul schoolgirl Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhoad, A very prlmltlvu custom or the naAt'ni dinner party Riven by Atncrl-ran'Judge, Ben D. ltlngo, Attorney: W. rtitldluK In I'nrN xtutie ycnrs ni:n party nt n nroolclyn man's house the tives of the Henim ii ml arctic coasts I IV Mldklff, Jailer; E. 0. Barrass, Attorney Law inure were proposed miudry tonMs con- - other night. Father and mother were of Siberia, n custom Hint has comoj Clerk; K. L Dirk head, Master Com- eriitnc not no touch the punt mul permitted to mingle with the vomit; down from Keneniuons ot snvnge anIt. T. Collins, Trustee missioned HARTFORD, KY. preMcnt ns the expected glories uf the folks for nwhlle nfter the wipe of the cestui. Is the annual celeurntlon of Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff, llr.st fun had worn off. There were the whale dance, when the hsKlmos l great American nntlon. In the lilnrtford. Deputies S. A. Ilratchcr; Will practice bis proferalon In Osls vfiiies that the elder folks knew noth- select their wives clinructer of these tontH office deputies Mrs. S. O. Kcown nttld atrll adjoining counties. ComnioreleJ When the sun moves southward nt Ollmoro Kcown. Court convenes first considerations were very ing about, and they tat like wallflow-- ' crs. 'Monday in February nnd continues and Criminal ITM'Xice a. Specialty. tinitnlnrnt. nml tin. nrincltml fact the end of the snort summer season .L Of AMERICAN) Unnlly a pame of nrllhmetlc was and the Ice cioe up the nortberti three weeks; third Monday In April, which, seemed to occupy the minds of atXcd by a boy who Is the eas the whales come down to open ,tuo weeks; third Monday in October, the speakers was tho uiipreceduuted l)ost two weeks. In a city where toed hotcli Mitrcr of his class In the IilR:i v.Jter. Then, in ot tins bigness of our country. bound, the Powhatan hcadt the County Court John D. Wilson, Int. "Here's to the Drilled Slates." said school. After several problems had season's catch, the ice dwellers ossein Judge! W. V. Blankenshlp, Clerk; Law It (i first la the hearts ef Its speaker, "bounded on the been plven of an odd nnture, over b!e for the whale dame, winch lasts the first ;c. L Smith, Attorney, Hartford. countrymen. days. north by llrltlsh America, on the which uieie were mucii inupiiiiij; mul j twenty-onCourt convenes first Momlne1 in each pU77.1lnp, father dared to speak up. HARTFORD, KY. grul,t dimce circle Is prepared. south hy the pulf of Mexico, on the month. nM ,le: 'and In the center the d.meers. notli Quarterly Pnnrt Itrvlna nn hn cast by tho Atlantic and on the west Mfrs. W. II. Banwu mul C. "Hoys and plrls, they used to rIvc us m.,,u nml first .Monday in every month. by the Pacific ocean." fc.ie. perform the most , announce that Uiy liavo form-- a . in mmifni Mt'itiittinHf. pxiiuitim Court of Calms Convenes first Mivnge of evolutions and motions to "Hut," t.ald the second speaker, "this mis I lurUivrali'j) fer tlio goiieRtl pracwhen went to school. I suppose It the accompaniment ot rhythmic lucsday in January and first TuesIs far too limited a view of the subtice of law, except citbulinil and dixr will be easy for you, but It's the best I beating of the tomtoms and weird , day In October. JecL In usslKtitni; our boundaries we ' other County Officers 0. S. Mo- - cujti, Mr. Smith bedng County Attor- look t'o the great and glorious f.i. )''V" tl,c Ki"m'" chanting. The dance souks tell ot the must jloy, Survejor, FotUsvlllc, Ky., It. iv 'y is pruveiitud from proctilclng sucW And lie recited his coup prowess or the hunters and of the ture. which Is prescribed for us by the F. D. No. J; Tom 1 lines, Assessor, If a third of six were three wJH 1 lull v dually Anglo-SaxoMr. Born The Towliatan n refined, history of the trlbv. The movements manifest destiny of the (Olnton, Ky.; Ozuo, Shults, Superin ocisvk. What would n fourth of twenty be? and reitful. lis excelgrace- accept sucli practice. of tlA; women nre surprisingly Ottk in race. Here's to the United btates. tendent, iinrtrord; Dr. A. D. lllley, lent location on Pennsylvania The score of boys mid girls present Avenue, 18th and 1! Streets, Coroner, Hartford; bounded on the north by the north went nt It. They wrinkled their brows, fill, and they mean to show in ttieir , T. II. Denton, Hartford Republican building, Hartmakes it a desirable headquarltoiid Engineer, Hartford. dance that, as daughters or a gieat pole, on the south by the south pole, nnd they pursed their lips. The use ford, K" ters (or bridal, couples, tourist of people, they are possessed ot nil tho parties, conventions. Schools and on the east by the rising sun and on pencil and paper was not permitted. JUSTICES' COL HI'S. colleges. I , women should have. tbe west by tho setting sun," The mathematician had not been qualities such The Ponhatan attracts the Here the third speaker arose, a very nuioug the first to try nu answer. He The men execute pantomimic scenes ot . Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday nftpeople of culture and education. lis proximity to State, War and er 3d Monday in March, Tuesday aftserious gentleman from the far west. was plainly a little perplexed. He the bunt and go through all the mo- Kavv Departments, also to man? kill. They spear the ice ' paer ad Monday lu June, Tuesday nftLaw "If we are going," said this truly points ot historical asked to have the problem repeated tlons of the interest, er 3d Monday In September, Tuesmakes this hotel especially attriotic American, "to leave the history and wanted father to reassure him bear, slay the walrus and seal and HARTFORD, KY. day after 3d Monday in December. tractive to a discriminating pubpast and present and take our mani- that it was a mental arithmetic exam- finally, with extraordinary contortions, U A. McDanicl, Kockport, Friday ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN account, why restrict ple. Finally he. too, gave an answer. vanquish tbe mighty whale. fest destiny into The Powhatan orTers rooms nfter 3d Monday lu March, Friday During the last days ot tbe feast with detached bath at II. SC. ourselves within tbe nnrrow limits as- Hut father shook his head. This office is equipped for handafter 3d MonUay in June, Friday $2.00 and up. Rooms with priwhen the time arrives for the selection signed by our fellow countryman who vate bath, S2.S0. 13. CO and up. "Well. then. papa, for goodness' sake nfter 3d Monday in September, ling Commercial Law nnd Collection bas Just sat down? I give, you the tell us what It can be," said his daugh- of husbands nnd wles, the man per- Frluay after 3d .Monday lu De- Items ns well as 'Write for booklet with rnp other legal and litiforms his mate dance "ueloie the wo-- j United States, bounded on the north ters. cember. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. man be has picked out. In S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday gated matters. Practlco lu nil the by the aurora borealls, on the south by Manager. , "The itnswer Is seven nnd a half, and O after 3d MonUa In March,, Wed courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. f the procession of the equinoxes, on I'm surpri-c- d to see that I'm nble to ho promises to provide Her generous, y nesday niter 3d .Monday lu June, M. L. Heavrln's Office. the east by primeval chaos and on the stump all you high school stars." grin- with tho fruit or the mint, both food Wulncsday nfter 3d Moi(day In Sep..'HiHi'ihit'ii'tiiniT" west by the day of Judgment." ned father. "Come, mother, we may nnd fur. If she is pleased with mm tember, Wednesday nfter 3d MonPress. as well depart. They don't play the she wnlks out and dances her acceptday In December, ance and shows non stie will iouk same arithmetic games that we did." H, C. Tlclii'iior, Centcrtown, Satnfter the Igloo. When they have The high school mathematician at urday nfter 3rd .Monday In Mich WORKED HIS WEAK POINTS. Attornoy at Law danced before each other they are marHAVE YOUR SUITS first declared that father was in error. month. CROMWELL, - KY. But next day he admitted that the an- ried after tbe custom ot the trihe, and Mr. Ape Had No Memory, but Lots of Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday swer was correct and that all had been be lends ber off to nis walrus hide Curioiity and Cowardice. nfter 2d Monday In .March, TuesJny Will practice his profession In tills-anlodge. stumped. New Vork Sun. after I'd Monday In .May, Tuesday "Curiosity and cowardice." said the djolulng counties. Collections, During tbe dance they feast on after 3d Monday In August, Tuesone legged veteran, "are the chief whale. Tbe skin ot the ualeen whale Commercial and Criminal Practice a day nfter I'd .Monday In November. Characteristics of all monkeys nnd or AN OLD TALE OF TWO CITIES. Is about an Inch thick and looks like Prompt W. S. and vigorous Wod- - Specialty. Dean. Dundee. Dyemost men. I worked In a zoo after rubber. Tbe solid blubber between it ' nosdoy after tho second Monday in service. war. 1 was the keeper of the mon- Travel From New York to Philadelphia nnd the true flesh Is usually about four-- 1 tbe ing March, Wednesday after M .Monday In Stage Wagon Days. key honse. My biggest charge was an May, Wednesdny nfter 3d Monday teen Inches thick. The black skin and twelve-ye- n Ladies given in August, Wednesday after I'd .Monboy. ape the size of n In In the New York Gazette or Weekly tbe blubber, tbe latter cut to tbe thick-- ' day in Novomber. and It was through his curlolty and Post Roy of May 9, 1"(5S, appeared this ness of tbe former, ts culled moktuk Den P. Dice. ForUsville. Tunailnv cowardice that I used (o manage "him. notice: and is considered a great delicacy. It ' I AM after 2d Monday In March, ThursHats Cleaned "We exercised this ape In tbo big To tbe Public: "" Is eaten raw and. although it sounds ' day nfter I'd Monday In Mav. Thurs room every day, but when we wanted kept by repulsive to tbe civilized ear. Is most, That the Repaired. day after 2d .Monday in Aucust. To do any kind of Veterina him to go back to his cage he'd climb John Bamhlll, In In Philapalatable. It bas a flavor something Thursday after 2d Monday In Notbe roof ot tbe big room, and delphia, and John Mercereau. at th like that ot chestnuts. Youth's Com-- . Work called ry work. Horses, mules and ojto vember. Star, near panion, TH jrl.tb food you couldn't tempt btra cows need not die for want of Den W. Taylor. Ralph. Friday aft ' down, their Stages In two D;is, fiutu er 2d Monday in March, Friday after Calls answered attention. would go to Jack hoxtt and" PowIeVffook Ferry, opposite New Club I 2d .Monday In May, Friday after 3d $1.00 Prims) Numbers. ' day or night. ana direct Yor To Pnlladelpnla: returns from tak blm gently by tbe arm Aionuay in August, Friday after 2d It might appear at first that every Monday inNovcmber. III In two attention In a quiet, mysterious Philadelphia to Powles-Hoonum.-- ' Ivldeci hy some HAItTFOUD POLICE COURT. manner to the dark passage under the Days also; they will endeavor to oblige ber Desldeb Itself and one: but tnauy' O. C. Martin, Judgo; .McDowell A. Veterinary Surgeon . .- Publick by keeping tbe be of numbers cannot, and If tliey cannot pipes., Heam Hartford Pressing Glut), the Fogle, City Attorney; J. l Stevens, m and I every day tiptoed to Waggons and sober Drivers, and sets they are known as prime numbers. Ut Ky. Marshal; Court convenes sccorfd MonGUNTHEK BLDG.,CENTEU ST. We pretended to point ont out 'from Powjfj-Hooand, Philadeltte plp all the numbers, baying a value ot Jess , day In each" month. to eacn other some horrible, unknown phia, on Mondays nnd Thursdays, than 1,000,1 there are 1GU that are City Council J. C.'llor, Major; R. HARTFORD, KY. creature In tbe passage, and we'd say: punctually at Sunrise, and meets nt prime. Of these twenty-si- x T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treasare smaller Look out! There be If! There, be Is!' Prince Town the same Nights, to exurer. Members of Council J. C. Ikti-net- t, appear between than 100, twenty-on- e "At we held each other's arms and change Passengers, and each return 100 and 200, sixteen between 2UO ana Capt. A. D. White. A. K. Pate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. II. fceot over and peered Into tbe darkness the Day after: 300. sixteen between 300 and 400. Thoe, Gillespie. nre kind enough to en- seventeen between 400 we'd bear very soon tbe delicate patand 600. fourYOU School Trustees J. D. Duko, Chairter of small, active feet. The ape's courage the Undertaking, are desired teen between 500 ana" uuu, sixteen beThe National . Weekly man; R. T. Collins. Secretary; Dr. Ferry the Evencuriosity had got tbe better of him. to cross Powles-Hootween 000 and 7UU. fourteen between J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. JH crouched beside us. He, too, peer-A-d ings before, as they must tet off wirly. TOO and SOD. fifteen between WO and The Price for each Passenger Is Ten 000 and fourteen between UOU ana Into the dark passage fearfully. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. "Then suddenly Lover would shout: Shillings to Prince Town, and from 1.000. M. J E. Church, South Services Until this year look out! He's, coming out! He's thence to Philadelphia. Ten Shillings morning and Cottitr'i has brrn and Treatment third Sunday evening evony first Suncoming out!' And we'd scamper away more, Ferriage free: There will be but His Vacation. In each month. soIdatJS.50. New-th- e two Waggons, but four sets of fresh fn tbe direction of tbe ape's house. A woman bad a negro cleaning the pricu is $2.50 for WEAK day school 9MS a. m. I'raycr meetBut tbe ape would be ahead of us. Horses, so It will be very safe for any yard for ber. Ills wire bad been dead BVsiSSSvlkf ing every Wednesday evening. Roy. andvehacsccurtd LUNGS or B. W. Napier, pastor. Ee'd rush Into bis bouse In a perfect Person to send Goods, as there are lint for several years. So bis employer a concession hereBaptist Church by tie can- offer it whirlwind of excitement and terror. two Drivers; they may exchange their seized a favorable moment and proCONSUMPTION and evening overy Services morning e. at a Mill furthcrr second and fourth Then click! We'd snap tbe door to Goods without any ceeded to sound him. Sunday In each month. Sunday Bchool reduction in conk Persons may now go from on blm. and he'd look very foolish. "John." she said, "you're a good. M you mention this paper we will send you 9: 45 a. in. Prayer meotlng nection with oery Wed FREE, by mail a quick relief for "Every.day we fooled the upe In this to Philadelphia, and back again In five steady man. Low of women would be cougns, pains ncsday evening. Rev. A. S. Pottle, way. He was long, you see, on curios- Days, and remain In Philadelphia two glad to have you. Why don't ou Ket a .""Vf " in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak pastor. ity and cowardice, but very 6tiort on Nights and one Day fb do their lJusl. WlfA?" Special Offer to Our Readers Christian Church Services every ness In: The Publick may be. assured memory." Chicago Herald. John' leaned on his rake nnd scratch- lungs or consumption. third and fourth Sutulnv nt iLn m Itemgnizine the great demand tor Co'IUj'i at 10CK BOX 618 this lto.nl Is much the Shortest, ed his bead rellectively. that OHIO MEDICAL CO. and 7 p. in. Sunday school 9:30 a. in. the new iince.ucliaVtmade arranuemcriu tu COLUMBUS, 0. than any othei: to Philadelphia, and oiler it ami our own publication eacli 6ne ear How Hadley Proposed. I tell you." he replied. "Yon Elder Gwinn, pastor. "Well. lor the price of Coflirr'aalonc. Thl is ahmilnl Tbe way President Arthur Twining tegular Stages will be kept by the know I was married seven years, an SECRET SOCIETIES. oiler anil muil he taken advantageuf tiroroplly. "nnfi-- .a Publick's obliged humble Servants, Hadley, according to n Vale legend, I've got to have a rest." Indianapolis Hartford Lodco No. C75. P. and A. W JOHN MKKCKItKAU and M. meets overy first .Monday night What Yon Get iw Collier's asked bis prospective father-in-laNews. for JOHN RAItNHILL. In each month. W. S. Stevens, W. permission to marry his daughter was CoHirr'i U the one hig. indcpemlcnt, frarleis-eeklM.; Owun Hunter, Secretary. characteristic. At the time this gentleThe Price of a Kid. ol the wl olr countrj. Not only i it the Kootl citurn't handliook kut it 11 aUo a Hartford Chapter No. Si O. E. S. To Prevent Exaggeration. man, Luzon II. Morris, occupied an ansays O. Rocue Cordova is full of fun, rniciiune for the whole family. Amonc meets overy second and fourth .MonThere, was once u gentleman who, omalous political position. He had reLulTmann In his "Quiet Days in Spain." that a year'a tubtenption bivcs met day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, cently been elected governor of Con- having killed n man. presented him- and In the leisurely pace of life there 1000 Editorial W. M.; Jas. 11. Williams. W. p.; necticut, but his claim was disputed, self to thu editor of a newspaper. tho observer has Uine to see and appre600 Newt Photo Succeed when everything else falls. .Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. A 250 Slnrt ArKelea and the state was In a political turmoil. "I have come." lie said, "to tell you ciate all of 1L In nervous prostration nnd female Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knight 150 Sbort Storlra "Mr. .Morris." was the way Mr. Had- about u painful occurrence at my In the market oue day n small boy weaknesses they are the supreme 100 Illuitratcd Teaturra of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenbrother-in-la2 Complete Novel. My ley upproarhed the subject of his call. house. remedy, as thousands have testified. nnd had with a big apron and pompons uian ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. an argument. and-- I stabbed him, ami uer was offering half of a small Kid to "I bopo that I at least may be FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Hedrlck, K. of R. & S. Collier's $2.50 Both br otlj then, in the exeltemcnt uf he moment. a woman for a peseta. She objected to to cull you governor." Hartford Tent No. 99. K. O. T. M. STOMACH TROUBLE Hartford Republican I cut his throat. World's Work. meets overy first and tnird Thursday Knowing what ex- that t was very tiny, nnd be fairly it is the best medicine ever old nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; aggerated stories are apt to get into smothered her with: "Woman! Do you over a druggist's counter. E. P. Moore, RecorU Koopor. the newspapers. I thought I hud better want half a bull for a tenpenceV" Speed of the Street Song. Acmo Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. One of the curious things about tbe step nrotind and tell you exactly whul meets overy second and fourth Fridid happen." London Spectator. 7 jwpular song Is the rapidity of Its Which day nights In each month. C. M. Bar-net- t, among the street children. Is woman more Interesting than man. Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Few of tbern can hear It ut first baud or tbe reverse? Man varies more. He lea Peaks of New Zealand, Secretary. at tbe music balls, yet long Deforo tbe in bouthern New Zealand the Hue of bas more genius In exceptional IndiHartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. Jatect catchy tune bas found Its way to perpetual snow Is much lower than It viduals, and less ot genlus-IIkInsight meeits every second and fourth organs or Sunday newspaper Is In tbe Alps of Europe. It varies, of in tbe average person. Ue completes; tbe barrel nights in each month. Tom FROcunco ANaowNbto, a"?"). you will hear it rendered with amazing course, in different parts of the range; woman endures. Ue builds externally, orawlutf ormutj.(ur Williams, Council Commander: W. C. Mrtn ana irM reroru rrM 'ajtuw how to art tUU.' irad uajjl Wallace, Clerk. McCAU, rATTCWlS , accuracy by tiny boys and girls, it but. generally speaking, n mountain she at borne, lie tights; Mbe preserves. copjt1ibu.no, N ALL COUNTRIES. SunBhlne Hive No. 42. L. O. T. M Btslntit dirtttwilk''aiklg4ok fait I t'twu. wems to travel like rumor through an lL',000 feet In New Zealand carries ns Our worthless opinion Is that men are k reliability nearly WfU .Sold moots every first and third Friday Indian bazar. London Standard. much snow and lee ns one of 1,1,000 more Interesting than women, but that ' '"T-- city and town In the tmtelstltea nights In each month. Mrs. Attya Canada,, or by- mail direct. More wld .SJl wf,,aistte?tct.,f,JExe,,,lM,)ro woman Is more Interesting than tnau. feet In the Swiss Alps, nnd New .1" Jrw" "V 77 Griffin, Lady Commnnder; Mm. H. cau,or,t- point with pride to glnclers Harper's Weekly. His Kick. E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. "Why don't you go to tbe doctor with comparable to the Aletsch and thuMer iiore iuDftcriier tliam any other ftihloa Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. marsln-mHion month. Mi.::ki . " de Gince. ttat coldr "I?- A M -- Ct meets overy thirkl Saturday night Natural Objection. ""1 . t". tvlSI n.fl.i... ( mntmanioe nillllntrv. "Can't afford p.i,B ""-- "icy needlework, lialrdre.aini: in each month. John T. Moore High "Wby won't that rich old rnrmudg-eo- n etUjuelte, eood Uorlea, etc, oAly w ccnti "You buy a pair of shoes when you Just to Prove It. Priest; W. S. Tinsley, Secretary. Tear torU double), includ nr a r let his young wife act in amateur DattT "You have squandered my entire forsuDicrro waay, or aend Jor tam nli' used theror AMERICAN SOCIETYOP EQUITY. tbentrlcnlsr ' '" iavkfn7wi State Officers President. J. H. "Ves. and that ends tbe transaction. tune." "Because tbe last time she took part toAreoU. Pottal, bring premium caUlocut Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi"Well, before we were married you everybody raved about tbe way nhe The doctor keeps telling me tq come and new dent, J. H. Burney, Muhluberg Co.: Ml StoCist caah prlxe oflcra. Addreta asked me if I would love you ns well acted a merry widow part." Uuitlmore Vain." Louisville Courier-Journa- l C9.lt lMW.7ka(U WW VM Secretary & Treaa., S. B. Robertson, If you were poor, nnd I said I would, American. Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. and I have made you poor to convince MKKMtrS Hr Caxlng Way. WCIStl Hartford, Ky. W-O- h, sweet bubby, be so good you I told the trutli." Houston Post. Getting In the Picture. FI 'H Members State Executive Board-D- en M to make me a present of 100 marks. luOaUhttU. trUtwttM kaetel "Some have greatness thrust upon Watson, Webster county; J. W. Mb CUrtETHc Hs Well, If you need tbern you may m i.. riitMtifcsrUHt customer, rjle, Genius. Dunn, Daviess county; H(nry Plrtle. mem." 11 star ibem.' 8be Ob, bow nice I Now Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun"Why d people think he's n genlus7 "I know. Tbey blunder accidentally you Deed to girt me only 300 mdrks Nobody can understand what he's talk- Into a niiu.-Ka- na. ty; C. O. Davenportt, Warren county. 1Clly Jaurnsl. ,I -DirKisfi asor Ohio County Officers S. L. Stevfor my 'tailor's j ing about," Writ leWtv; Mnthk'tM Henry P.irtle, Sec ens, President; I Matter. "No, but he can make people believe A Compromise. retary; o. tx, itenneti, ireasurer. Ibut be Fond Hubby .(starting .down town) COUNTY BOARD OP EDUCATION. m , PlovMr jh4 Wnd Task fVeat Will It be,.qrexflqwers or candy T mm rmttm t4 miIm V twin tfck tJmM Osua SbulU, Chairman, Hartford. y "MS SBMWlJ I '1IJiiS.fl Mow to UU tbs, fjowers from , the WlflexWe'll compromise, dear. Yott I It Sure Isl Ky. i ..KX Tuil thenj up by tbe rcoU.4 if 'Isn't It. strange that. with a .world can send both. Judge. 1. 0. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. j ft Ifcey are flowers that wilt be the last of full of perfect' tables, there ore no 2. T. J. Brooks, Pordsvllle, Ky. P UtNaUaMaaaaaaBaBt ' If weeds, ouiy tbe beglnnlng.-fe(ca- go perfect men aud women?-Woma- n's Nothing Is possible to blm who is si- -' 'as; 3. Ira Bozartb, Olaton, Ky. News. OVAaUlMIlBsSJ FrraaRffiRSll ways dreoinlifg of bis past possibilities. 4. 11. O, Autry, Daizetown, Ky. Home Companion. 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. jkoxet xxronoxo: I 6. J. L. Brown, Rockeort, Ky. lnt,8tndci In Fixing th Boundaries Tttt Directory Countx CJaio v :iri) ir s s ttr.my 211L s VWMJM Otto C. Martin at J pen-ern- MUMM D.C. I j eon-ldor- cd Barnes & Attorneys at Smith e I I j n J I I ! ARTHUR D. Attorney at KIRK I I fT-- nsi a T.WADESTRATTON Cleaned s Pressed Repairing and neatly done. work special attention. and PREPARED Stage-Waggon- s, Elm-Stree- t. -- New-BIazln- g vgp delivered. month. for and per rate k W. H. RILEY "Jet Hartford, I k WILL TAKE OUR Collier's Collii Firt Time - FREE, in Clubs iBBvm Mi-tak- ir HMI Xcjjv-Yor- fb.'e u,w" '"" eetri Bitters .... iiiiM.m.in.. j 11 per-mitt- $2.50 y e Sat-urfd- ay Kt f .4Vr. &. - HVw(etTTd.c Mtf'2K? If I -- ..... .:' r. -- t SEEDS1 Dal-mai- n, iPIC btllt-Flleg- eude hH' t'nJj'SJyJU. ffiilsgF m-- KILLtMcOOUOU fcimcg Ues.''-Excbn- nge. art): 1 '' enifrrvs)ni:e . I New ruUSCSP cnmHflli BM B.!ai'J....t. Drsttwrt h HARDNESS OF WATER. WANDERING ISLANDS. SfRKTMH iwiiw wiun I a aaa Solid Streams at High Velocity Ara aa Rigid aa Iron. or il aa. aaaaeaa ma TBI aal aaaT aaa ami aaa aaaaaaU h r StS For Infants and Children. a lcoii 01. ppu .,:.-- The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of M slm ailnSihcroodandlfftfui llngllie Stoniactoandlfowds B 3.8 Promorcs DirtfstionJCht crfiJ- ncss and nvsixontains nciitw Opiitni.Morphinc norMmcraL nUA 9 " W n Not Narcotic. stlx. Stasia JtfoUDcSMmmiia. 1 af m IK fafil 'ft Ctmlnt llrm&r- - .fv Jiff - Sbjr hatojrrntkrr. m ml Apcrfecl Rcuwdv PorConsIipa-- t Ion . Sour Stonuch.Dlarrinci Facsimile Sinamrtof 4- KEW YORK. 086 For- Ovsr Thirty Years ed under the 1 Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTOR! TMI CtNTAUH OOIMNT, NKW TCRU CITY. the boat Is running nt speed. Water nt llfty miles an hour Is not tho limpid liquid we nre accustomed to bathe In. ,tf you put your r 111 overboard from n hydroplane running nt wave llfty miles nn hour and strike crest tho probability Is that you will break your arm or wrist, because at that speed the water has not time to give, not time' even to change shape, and striking It Is like striking so much ' metal. "In the great hydraulic mining nozzles, where a stre.ini of water under enormous hc.ul Is used to wash down hillsides, a swordsman, in attempting to cut Into one of these streams, will shatter the Hword without being nble to penetrate the water. The stream Is like n bar of iron. The fact that water nt relative speed Is so hard or that Its Inertia Is so great, to be a little more accurate Is the reason why n skipping stone travels over the surface and Ii the reason why a hydroplane boat slides over the surface insteadjof plowing Its way through. "The picture we must hare In our minds, then, of a speed mat Is that she Is traveling not In water, as we ordinarily understand it, but over the surface of a semisolid. Very much as a sled travels over snow." when n 11 v I Those of the Rio Grande Mad Trouble For Ue With Mexico. In the Amcrlrnn Manzlnp n contrjh-ntThe wandering islands of the Rio gircn.it mnit ln(crcrttlii descrip- Urntidc in their migrations 'from side tion of the resisting power of wntor. 'to side of tho water course hare caused lie nays that a solid Rtrpatn of water years of diplomatic currcrpnnriencca.nd shot out of fl libse nt truuicndbufl 'Te- discussion between the United States locity Is just ns powerful mid destruc- and Mexico. The refusal of certnln tive on n rod of Iron. An extract from smnll bodies of land to rcmnin permathe article rIvIiik im Idea of the hard- nently attached to one or the other of ness and reHlstlitK power of wnter fol- the river's banks deprived them of a lows: fixed legal status 11s either Mexican or "Hero Is n fact which Is probably American territory anil brought about novel to the nreniKu man vilio lia.s not adspent much of his life thinking nbout their participation in many illegal motor speed boats. This Is whnt wo ventures, which In turn led to misunmay call hardness of the wnter derstandings between the two coun- STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Majority of Fries! Tko-agk FIVE YEhuo I I Mr. Bat Haf.es Wetl Die, taking other medicines. take his advice, although any confidence in it. I decided Is did not hart M 0m Helped Hia to Recovery. FREAKS IN BASEBALL Starck Pianos No Money iaAdVatioe tion Guar aateed LtysreatNet Satisfac- Hflamafamff'aBElPmV' Price Torma Fact oty S3D0Fac- Apparently Clever Playa May Soma-tim- e Be Pure Luck. Freak plays make baseball humorous, If not interesting. Some of these plays are said to be the result of quick: thinking; but, as a mutter of fact, most of them are simply luck. Curious things happen. A ball fell Into a tin can, and. It being Impossible to get It out in time, can and all were thrown to the bnseman. Another ball hit the end of a nail driven through the opposite side of a fence and could not be got down until all the runners scored. A swift hit glnnces off the pitcher's hand, Is snapped up by an lntlelder and thrown to tlrst, putting the man out. I ted hot liners or grounders some- . Emiest A Saving of SlOO to From tory Direct WB9y P. A. STA1CK r(SIOCNT I ovent, pay the frliiht until wajs. or there Is no sale. HtnrrV PLinn f,.r an ,l."i' fr tr n! In vniir home. No cash payment required. All wo usk 11 that you will play upon, use and test this piano fur 30 days. If. at the end of that time, you do not find It the hlcliCHt Rrade. sweetest toned and llncst til.ino In wuv that v,m law pvr fceen for the money, you are'at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will. In that VOU tl. nAVs' fJU WillUfa 10 beautiful Sllltl Wo Save $150.00 or Mir We on cdsc niLb tdai iniHL, irv in your ,QtfHHQME This riturck Piano must make good with you, direct to 7011 from our factory, at prlcri that sate you unirapls of $150 00 In the of your ulano. Vie iruarautt-- to furnish wil piano lor Ihe mon'-- than you can 1 you a you are assured or reo-iv- ln eocitre elsewhere, a aJlltfjctory iwcit toned durable high grails piano. tllp Easy Payminis Ton pay no cash donn, but after 30 days of trial, bu can bofin payment on the low-ca- t, eailrtt terms ever aussestrd by a piano minulaclurer. Thine terms ore arranged to suit jour coavecldxe. and It il poible tor you to bry 1 'r.o for your home, without . mlnlrff the money. , Etttt Starck Piano U Sfisrsntred for IS year. I It our 35 yrars of p'tno ctprrience, and the trim. tatlun of aa responsible piano house. 10 Fru Musk LflSSMS - 'Stare'' rUvee-.pi.ntra We tfavr eomtantly on hand j the and nnut hmiH. lame uuiuoer ( u" rww. vu as fu. sni second hind pianos of alt market. You will be destsndard makes taken In lighted with the many for r.ew Starrlc Piano f;a:ures of th Th fjibw. and Player-Piansronderful Instruments, and In- - are fevr aample bargains: will be plcawd with the very low prices at which $110.00 Weber they can be secured. , Steinway 92.00 2nd - Hind lirgalni aiarsx M Playar-rJaS- uie ht rj.i times hit the first or third base bag and glance away for singles or even two baggers. The shortest two bagger known was when the ball grazed the bat. shot up 111 u icw reel aim iruiu. ui uie plate As the catcher reached for the twirling ball it ghjnced from his Klore uiiu uuuuui'u ijuch iu die muuu, nnu the butter made second easily. A center fielder saw a mlt In the wny of the shortstop nnd walked about sixty feet In to move It out of the way when he heard the crack of the bat and saw a hot ball coming straight nt him. He could do nothing but try to It and did to his surprise. Hut ne was given credit ny me crowa ror a great student of batters. thur Macdonald, iu American Physical Education Review, 11-.- I I To ercry- purcliaarr of Starck rianui, we give ite le.w.1. In one of the best known school t In Chicago. These lewni yo--i ran take la your own home, by mall. This represent one year's free Instruction. Chickering Kimball Starck ...second-ban- - 90.03 93.00 199.00 Plana Send for our latest complete Send today for bur new beautifully- - illustrated piano book which rtre you a lsrge amount of informa- laak Fraa bargain list. P. A. STA1ICK PIANO CO., 1848 Starck BM.. CHICAGO tion regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. write today. Our First Cent. The first American cent was struck off and put in circulation in 1783. Previous to that date pattern pieces had been made, but they were experiments only and were never put in circulation. The so called Washington cents, which existed previous to the date above given, were not issued by the government and were, therefore, only medals. The cent of 1703 was very similar to the large copper cents of later date, with the exception that the face of Liberty was turned to the right nnd the legem. "One.Ceiit" was inclosed in a chain of thirteen links. Two Speeds In Same Wheel. The top of a carriage wheel in passing along the road moves more quickly tries. In no river Is spirit more erldcnt thnn In the ltlo Grande. Along Its sinuous route below ltlo (i ramie City It pushes Its way through miles of level sand In Its final reach for the gulf, twisting anil doubling upon Itself like n sea serpent. In ISIS it wns tired upon as the boundary line between the United Stntes and Mexico. The boundary was to be the "middle of the river, following the deepest channel." llut the river possessed characteristics that had not Impressed themselves upon the framcrs of the convention ns possible causes of friction between the people living along its banks. In addition to Its eroding power, exercised through long months of low and mean water. It could during flood periods leap with torrential force across a narrow neck of land at the base of one o'f its long loops nnd cut for itself a new channel. Through such arulslve action of the river Texas soil uotild sometimes become Mexican, and on occasions a plantation occupied by Jncnls nnd Mexican citizens would overnight find Itself a pnrt of Texas. An example will serve to show both the extraordinary actions of the river and the dimcultles in the way of any satisfactory adjustment of conflicting Interests. A certain Joslah Turner began to farm the Galveston ranch, on the Texas bank. Eight years later be wns surprised when 221 acres of Mexi can land came ncross the river and attached itself to his ranch. An arrangement was effected by which he became the owner of this land. Six years later the river cut off a piece of Mr. Turner's land nnd took it to Mexico. Twenty-one years later the river made up Its mind to repay the farmer for "what it had tnken from him and so carried back into Texas a piece ot hind far larger than the tract originally lost. The Mexican owners claimed possession, nnd a new convention dealing with the questions under dispute became necessary. Brigadier General Anson Mills, U. S. A., appointed to represent the United stales, recommended mat me be forever eliminated from the bound ary line, nil those occurring on the right of the river to puss to the Jurisdiction of Mexico, those on the left to that of Texas. The Inhabitants, If any. BhouM rotalll tlleir cmzenshlp In the countrv from whlch they had been so violently detached, or t - sjlght acquire the nationality of the country to which they were now attached. Any cutoff exceeding CT0 ncres in area nnd having n population of over 200 souls was not to be considered a banco, and the old bed of the river should remain the boundary. A convention embodvinz his recommenda- tlon3 Wus Anally ratified' by both coun-cutc- h tries. Thus the great turbid, silt bear-jnK rirer is left to pursue its way but the terrors so long syn- onymous with its name hnve through the operation of this equable arrangement! become a part of the storied, romantic past have now been taking for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headachaa since I began using it. Black-Draug- I am so thankful for what Black Draught has done for me." writes as follows : "I was down wjth ht Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Black-Draug- times, that I I thought surely I would' die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, did not seem to do me any good. I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should bf K -- and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest Qet a package today. would die. He advised me to try Thedford's Only a quarter. and quit Black-Draug- "Vv 4 JAMES & CO., Rirst Class Liverymen Centertown, m - Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The REPUBLirJAN and Louisville Herald 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm k Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The kepublicajs ana Daily uwensrjoro inquirer Messenger. J..7.5 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democrat Twice-a-Wee- - Twice-a-Week.O'bo- ro ' Address all. orders to THE REPUBLICAN. WHY NOT MAKE A Normally there are approximately 5,000,000 red blood corpuscles in the cubic millimeter. The number is temporarily diminished during fatigue and after the ingestion of much fluid. Fasting nnd profuse sweating Increase the number of red blood cells by concentrating the blood. In high attitudes the number is also Increased. There are 5,000 to 10,000' white cells in the cubic millimeter, the ratio of white to red cells being nbout 1 to 500. In health the blood amounts to about of the body weight New Zealand Odditia. The crow in New Zealand strikes as sweet note as any head in the wood-lauThe robin has no song nnd no red breast. The native hen is the greatest of rut killers. There Is a caterpillar which turns Into a plant. These and somo other productions of nature have done for New Zealand what the kangaroo and the ornlthorhynchus have done for Australia given It the suggestion ot oddity and the marvelous. Corputcltt In Normal Blood, $2005 A MONTH m -Pay That's $50. a Wk, almost SIO.00 fire-pro- th We are Shipping Whiskey to Day Ky. Right Now--Eve- ry o Deliveries made promptly mail us your orders. Prices furnished on anything in the liquor line. The barrel given away last Christmas went to Ohio county. We are giving another one away now very shortly. Every quart you buy here either in person or by mail for cash, gets a chance on this barrel. If you have the lucky number you can cash it for $G5.00 The more chances you get, the more likely you are to get the barrel. through the atmosphere than the bottom. This sounds absolutely foolish, but It is absolutely sound. It is due to the movable axis, or axle. The top ot the wheel bus forward motion plus forward revolution. The bottom of the wheel has the same forward motion minus backward revolution. Loudon Saturday Review. Selling Victor Safe and boxes to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and farmers, all ot whom realise the need of a safe, but do not know how easy It la to own one. Salesmen deolare our proposition one of moneymaMng opportuni the best, clean-cu- t ties ever received, wuuoui previous experience VOU can duplicate the success of others. catalog Our handsomely Illustrated BBBBBBBBBBBi win entiDie you io preseni me suujeci to customers in as Interesting a manner as though you were piloting them through our factory, lieu appointed a .rivlpA and Instructions for selllnir safes. fiiUnitn convincing talking point which it is impossible for a prospective customer to deny. Wh aou't iuu DO tne nrai to apply xrom your viciuuy oeiore someone else gets me territory) We can favor only one salesman out ot each locality. The zsth anniversary niouc company was celebrated by ejecting the most modern tale factory In the world. Wideawake men who received oui special selling inducement, sisrrd itneceaftx- our output. We are ntstlft many thousands ot dollars ea laritinaoursaleeorgsnlxatloa but to learn all particulars, will cost you only the price a a postal card. well-to-d- o e A fH t ftf" lilaJfqHaa5gJBfl?BBaSullLaaaH Asf for GalaJogufl 1ST. THE VICTOR P. R. LANCASTER I GO,, - Owensboro, Ky, Distributors of "Old Quality," "Premier Pure," "Old W. S. Stone." i Mattery. A man must challenge the world nt Juat Practicing. IU own games and win before be con "Son," you mustn't carve your name show the world that there are liner games to play, lie cannot stand above on the piano. Another such episode the mists and call the crowd to hlui. and I'll punish you severely." "Dad, how can you expect me to but many will follow hliu up through carve my name In tho temple of fnine the mists. Will Levlugtou Comfort when you won't let me get nny "Fifty-fifty.- SAFE Our New Horn CasaoHy 2o',000 & LOCK GO. Salte Annually. CUtCINSIATI, OHJO " OVER 6S YCARS EXPEMENCE S Lai mV 'I 1 J 9 i I rvsl fa Track Marks DcaiaNB COFVRiaHTS at Ac asvcuitieiKSj w 11 nu KMaitBVfftJI' llvntAMMR A t 1 bbbbbbbbbbbVVbU K Teort tnuranontn;sfJ aMMkyall hnaIr MR. JLaartttetr. f'ift sic?" "What forr joax aatj V tamer. HstUf mUoo ffaT taoBef refu&deJ. . "yes." replied Mr. Growcher. "Well, the butcher by mistake left WtgiiBttrtMBii am m.tZZr2rSZ m Umrnk s"What'a a rest?" their meat older here, nnd It eeius BBANS riMbt ilHt.Sril ImSltl I.Ki.i-...-- - Irt. l.llii Siimli J "The time it takes 'em to change thn only fair."-L,I- fe. Earliest Red Valentine. . . Ij.50 Bushel fnirrTrV 4mu. BMurw-Ts,.iimf- J 'rjBtf-- Viiian aj "record in the music machine next Btwwag . . JJ Bushel Refugee Eatra Early , Ibaiai as wi a ijiitiaw OHia. New Stringiest Cret-- Pod . j.70 Bushel Star. Vain Hope. usn waraweir imp. auaney wax Davis New While Was . . 4. He I wish I had as much nerve m Currit'a Rast rroof Wax . fc the chimney. She Whnt on earth da That' Different. UaU ttaaa lajaWlaBl M m S at MSal . PEA) J) 0 Bushel aU aaf taaMaBaaaaL laalaaMaiawv aal you mean? Ho Then I'd smoke in Extra Early Alaska . . Mrs, Exe (complxiuluglyi Such serr sal at Malaa aaasLaaM. aaanaasaT New Rarlv Crkriua . . . yi Basnei .Miarfea..aiMM4nM& pite of you. Ualtlmoie Aiuerlcau. as we get nowadays! Mrs. Wye ants Bushel Horaford'; -Market. Garden - IJ-. taBjaBVaaaweeaaMMMMMtuiM aa . .. .. . Bucaoee Ligntning rvapres 15.00 ausnss Well, one can't expect all the virtue am aarsBBaaaaaV affafK BaTaan9raTara&u'"'is.Al a full tlaa a Lttttjf. tUalih, Tasaato andgrowing arics. A Whole Hour. r for $4 a week. you. know, Mrs. Kxe-- aaaI'srWe?,-a,vat ami lieds. PuMrts and Sulb at lowest iaaam lalaaBkaUi.. Ms email . jam Mrs. Newlywed Just think, dear, 8ad.lorepMcaMToaT- -t or lubsatt Hat at I, pay J5. Hoston'Transcript. rwr rcaulrtmrnts arwr wl tfaw aWa. r tre'vo been sin riled nearly tn'bour aotf 'M ire havcu'thid a cross word! Buffala In the battle of life we cannot hlrt Express. Hell Wright. substitute. lant the best. Ssaaoaable Speclaltle- tnckbee' "Full ot Life'1 Northern Grosaa redlrreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years al successful teed growing behind tbeat. It pay ta SEEDS "1 think, William, I'll ask those new people next door to take dinner with us tonight." Musical Term. "Do yott know unythlug about mu- P SUCKMtrSWUaStKCaaKlDHl lamf SPECIAL OFFEH'bO . Maaaaj -Mr -- -- bbbbbbV. antH ManarfQa7BB iwraaauit eui- grnrants.il ox FtrUlwIllaukeyoua CellsHeffr1' door'-Washin- gton iwi, ? JFaka Bit WfflmsnaEmgE. H. W. BUCKBEE ru! today or tend jur.trce tar-p-ls BaaaAUBBBacaKJa copj. HcCt IMarai wi'l rnttlilvynii ti r,ia't hi your onu homo. ni.iiy.tiriiAii tumla tliuliInK Uf roursiill aud million whlili Hill no tctf.S t lu njlaiiml llu I'riie not vh'r'reri'u i li re.us feud Oir liuo l.'alicru rataluCii. Ve.Vill Cne. ya fias IWsta tot ral.'.nj ('I.e. Premium CiUluue aixl C'a.u Hiua U'li-r- . m Mlcui (wwi, as a : nu sx. an yvm b Keep in Style by ReadffigMcCaU'a Magazine and Uug McCall Patterns KcCalT. M.f. lis. will MAGAZlhT livl.) you liteui stl l.lily at a 1nwlcr.11 cxmmwti kocplutt .aaafaaa, Tin pot, i ml o:i ihi luet faulilona ii ataTVI JT iluluei and h:u. tJ iBTP J het I'tuLlcm Uwlrni VTiVvcV la cirli litun. ,Mo ia aluiibla iiifur.natiuii mi r U hom u ml ru r muni disuu:. (mly Cm a J car. Iuclut!iif. hull-A fro pstrpiii. I Ladies! Sw Mesey J. : -" .P m t amamaaaamPMaWaaaaaamaaHM "TSvnnrw;-- . JMWSrflRfltJiSsV I END-SEASO- N rTri rYh m nr'si K CASH SALE r Begins Wednesday, August 5, Closes Monday, August 17. During these dates we propose to give our friends and customers an opportunity to secure from our well outlined stock of General Merchandise, their many wants, at prices that are alarmingly low. Below we go into " details as to prices, so that you may know exactly what to expect and what prices are to be had before you leave home. We are determined to make this our most successful Sale and to this end are going to give our entire profit and in many cases more. We are thoroughly convinced that the prices quoted below will bring you to our store during the very first day of Sale, at which time you can, of course, be better suited. In fact, you would do yourself justice to visit us many times before Sale ends. CLOTHING. Tho backward season and scarcity of money has left our Clothing Department practically unbroken and wo give you a great opportunity to get good clothing at a great sacrifice to us and a remarkable saving to you. Don't miss the opportunity. $13.75 $21.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price $12.30 $ 20.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price $11.50 $19.00 Men's Suits, Saie Prtce $11.00 $18.00 Men's SuttsSale Price $10.25 $16.C0 Men's Suits, Sale Price $10.00 $16.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price $ 0.25 $15.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price $8.25 $14.0O-Men- 's Salts, Sale Price $ 7.75 $13.50 Men's Suits, Sale Price $. 7.50 $12.50 Men's Suits, Sale Price $ 8.25 $14.00 Young Men's Suits, Sale Prloe $ 7.25 $11.00 Young Men's Suits, Sale Price $ 5.75 $ 9.00 Young Me's Suits, Sale Price $ $ 8.50 Young Men's Suits, Sale Price $ 5.00 $ 8.00 Young Men's Suits, Sale Price $ 7.25 $12.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price $ 7.00 $11.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price $ 0.75 $10.00Men's Suits, Sale-Pri$ 5.75 $ 9.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price 0 ce SHIRTS AND SUSPENDERS. Saie Price $1.00 Shirts, Salo Price 50c Suspenders, Sale Price 35c Suspenders, Salo Price 25c Suspenders, Sale Price 20c Suspenders, Sale Price. 15c Suspenders, Sale Price 10c Suspenders, Sale Price 50c Shirts, 40c 80c 33c 21c 10c 15c lie 7c $1.00 $1.50 $2.50 $3.00 .25 .50 .75 $1.00 Hats. Hats, Hats, Hats, Caps, Cap3, Caps, Caps, MEN'S HATS AND CAPS. Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sate Price Sale Price ; Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price 75 $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 10 35 50 73 novs suits. $8.00 $7.50 $7.00' $6.50 $6.00 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.75 $3.50 $3.25 $2.50 $2.00 $7.50 $6.00 $5.50 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $3.25 $3.00 $2.75 $2.50 $2.25 $1.50 $3.50 $3.25 $2.00 $1.50 $1.40 $2.50 $2.25 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 .75 .50 .25 Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy'a Boy's Boy's Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Price Price Price $5.75 $5-0- Price. ." Prlcev Price Price Price Price Price Pricu Price Price $4.75 $4.25 $4.00 $3.50 83.25 $3.00 $2.75 $2.50 $2.25 $1.75 $1.50 $4.75 $5.00 $3.75 $3.25 '. .$3.25 $3.00 $2.40 $2.25 $2.00 $1.00 $1.70 .' Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Rants, MEN'S ODD PANTS. Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Prjce Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price '. . .$1.50 $1.15 $2.50 $2.25 $1.50 $1.20 $1.00 $1.75 $1.00 $1.50 $1.00 75 50 . .40 20 MEN'S Pants, Sale Pants. Sale Pants, Sale Pants. Sale Pants, Sale HOYS' CORDUROY PANTS. Price Price Price Price Price Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, .Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, KNICKERBOCKER PANTS. Sale Price Sale Price?!.'. Sale Price Sale Price , Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price f.. Sale Price TIES. Oc Men's 15c Wash Ties, Sale Price 13c Men's 25c Wash Ties, Sale Price Men's 35c Wash Ties, Sale Price 21c Men's 25c Silk Ties, Sale Price 10c 23c Men's 35c Silk Ties, Sale Price Men's 50c Silk Ties, Sale Price 35c OOc Men's $1.00 Silk Ties, Sale Price NOTIONS, &C. $3.00 Ladles' Hand Bag $2.00 3c $1.00 Ladies Hand Bag 75c Ladies Hand Bag 15c 25c Ladles' Hand Bag 10c 75c $1.00 Beads 50c Beads 35c 20c 35c Beads 30c 50c Fans 25c Fans 10c 1 5c Hair Pins 10c 10c 15c Barrettcs 20c Back Combs 10c .' 25c Back Combs 15c 75c $1.00 Long Black Silk Gloves 50c Short Black Silk Gloves 35c 10c 25c Leather Gloves 50c Leather Gloves .,.30c 80c $1.00 Leather Gloves 48c 75c Lace Collars 10c 25c Lace Collars Elgin Watches, Nickel Case $4.00 Elgin Watches, Gold Case $12.00 Gold Case, Elgin Watches, Open Face . $0.75 Watch, Gold Case $0.00 . 35c 50c Cuff Buttons, 75c $1.25 Cuff Buttons .OOc $1.00 Cuff Buttons '. . .19c 25c Tie Clasps 10c 15c Tie Clasp3 10c 25c Tie Pins . 10c 25c Beauty Pins 20c 25c Brooches 80c $1.00 Corsets OOc Gorsets 40c 15c 25c Palm Olive Soap el el 20-ye- ar 20-ye- ar WOOLEN DRESS GOODS, SILKS, WASH DRESS GOODS, LINENS, ETC. $1.50 Brocade Silk, Blue and Black $1.10 $1.10 Black Satin 80c $1.00 Silk Crcpo 80c $1.00 Black Silk 80c 50c Ratine 35c 30c Ratine 20c 50c Woolen Dress Goods 33c $1.00 Woolen Dress Goods 75c 30c Poplin, In all colors 20c 25c Cotton Corduroy 10c 35c Jap Silk 20c 25c Suiting 10c 20c Suiting .12Hc 16 Suiting 10c 25c Brown Linen J 8c 20c Brown Linen 13c 12 c Brown Linen Oc 50c White Linen 33c 25c White Linen 10c 50c White Wash Silk 40c 10c India Linen 15c India' Linen i lie 25c India Linen 10c 25c Flaxon I0c 25c Cobweb Vollo 10c 20c Voile 12Kc 30c Silk Gingham 20c 30c White Crepe 20c 15c White Pongee 10c 25c Kimona Goods 10c '. 20c Kimona Goods 13c 15c Crcton . .". lie 15c Indian Head lie $1.00 Linen Sheeting 75c 30c Bleach Sheeting 23c 27 Kc Unbleached Sheeting 22 He 20c Bed Tick 15c OOc $1.25 Table Linen 60c Table Linen 45c 35c Tablo Linen 23c ' 6c Toweling 4c 8c Toweling 6c 10c Toweling 7Hc 25c Toweling 10c 6c Gingham 4c 8c Gingham 6c 10c Gingham 7J4c 12 c Gingham 10c 10c Cheviots 7&c 2-- MILLINERY. Anything you may need from this department in tho way of head wear will bo sold to you at exactly half price. Don't forget this department when you vfalt ua. CALICOES. &C. Calico Hoosler Domestic Hope Beach READY.MADE WAISTS. $5.00 Shirt Waists $4.00 Shirt Waists $1.75 Shirt Waists $1.25 Shirt Waists 50c Shirt Whtata $5.50 $2.25 $1.50 $1.50 $1.00 6c sjfcc sc $3.00 $2.50 $1.23 OOc 38c 7c UNDERSKIRTS. Black Silk Underskirt, Sale Price SS.OO Colored Silk Underskirt, Sale Price. . .91.30 Colored Silk Underskirt, Sale Price. . .$1.15 Black Underskirt, Salo Price 08c Muslin Underskirt. Salo Prico OOc All-ovAll-over er LACES, TRIMMINGS, AC. $1.50 Lace $1.40 Lace $1.25 Lace 50c Lace $1.00 White and Champagno Ned 40c Lace Inserting 30c Lace Inserting 20c Lace Inserting 15c Lace Inserting 35c Lace 30c Lace 20c Laco 30c Shadow Lace 10c Lace Inserting All-over All-ov- $1.10 $1.00 85c 33c 03c 25c U)c 15c Oc 23c oc 12Jc 20c 7c .- $7.00 $5.00 $5.00 $3.00 $3.00 $1.25 TRUNKS AND TRAVELING HAGS. Sale Prico $3.00 Sale Price $3.50 Traveling Bags, Sale Price. .,$3.50' Traveling Bags, Sale Price. . .$2.00 Suit Case. Sale Price $2.00 Suit Case, Sale Price i. . . .00 Trunks, Trunks, Leather Leather s CARPETING AND MATTING. 25c and 30c Matting 90c Wool Carpet 50c Matting Rugs PICTURE FRAMES. lOc 05c 35c EMBROIDERY. $1.00 Embroiderlcd Ratine, $1.00 Embroldorled Crepe, 75c Embroiderlcd Voile 75c Embroidery, 50c Embroidery, COc Embroidery, 30c Embroidery, 15c Embroidery 10c Embroidery 40-inh. 42-in- ch 28-in- ch 42-In18-In- ch 05c ...75c ...48c , . ,48c 30c Regular $2.50 Picture Frames will be sold at 75c each.-- -. These frames are the aiza for enlarged pictures.'""" ,.r,"t ' GROCERIES. 12 8 7 4 35c 20c 10c 7c 3c 3c SKIRTS. $5.75 $4.75 $1.25 $3.00 $2.75 bars Calumet Soap bars Fine Toilet Soap bnra Clean Easy 10c Twists 3C 25c 23C J. B. Tobacco 7Vc Embroidery 5c Embroidery $11.50 $ 9.50 $ 8.50 $ C.00 $ 5.50 SEWING MACHINES. During the hale we will sell tho White Rotary Sewing Machine at the remarkably low price of $24.50. Other good guaranteed machines at $13.00. Don't fall to buy a sewing machine at the above prices. 4 LADIES' READY-MADSkirts, Salo Price Skirts, Sale Price Skirts, Sale Price Skirts, Sale Price Skirts, Salo Price E largo boxes Matches packages Arbuckles Coffee 20c Loose Coffee 30c Loose Coffee s. Granulated Sugar 1 24-tSack Best Patent Flour 1 barrel Beat Patent Flour 1 $1.00 can Best Buggy Paint 50-lcan Swift's Promlum Lard 8 2 20-lbb. b. 23c 3c 45c i.ic "5c $1.00 one $1.75 75C $0.75 We are expecting to serve our friends and customers better at this Sale than any we have ever had, having bought new goods in almost every department which you will have the benefit of during the dates above mentioned. Come early and arrange to do all your buying from every department, as this is a genuine sacrifice, such as no other merchant gives you. We show our appreciation of your business twice each year by giving you better prices, and "our better prices" cause many people to wait, knowing our custom and knowing the real saving at our Sale over other Sales. Don't overlook our Rogers Silverware deal which goes during this Sale. A chance to get table silverware fora very little money. We will expect you. Come. We will do our best to have you "save the difference' and feel that you have been financially benefited. Don't forget the dates and come early and often. S. J. TICHENOR, McHenry,Xy.