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The Hartford republican: December 31, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915123101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 31, 1915 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 $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. 8h Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11I. FARMERS SHIP Wavtfoxp DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ffitpttblkan Subscription $1 per Year No. 26 BREAK WITH OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1915. IJJNER J Jr '! to locate Msddox at tho time, al though a thorough search of tho Dold. to take chargo of tho surrender! community and tho residence of and ask protection for tho people. Muddox was mnde. They then re When tho Bulgarians ncared tho city, VIENNA LIKELY turned to Hartford. Dold, tho bishop and a throng of A short while nfter tho sheriff and young women bearing garlands went his deputy had returned to Hart out to meet them. While tho flag was ford, word was sent to Deputy Shot raised the bishop Introduced Dold who KEPLY TO SECOND AMERICAN Iff Isaac Sharp, who lives at McHen-r- y, NOTE EXPECTED TO RE allowed his passport, and mado the that Maddox was waiting at a SULT IX RUPTURE. request for protection. Ho said the dsslgnated place not far away and Bulgarians behaved splendidly. wanted to bo taken into custody. Beforo tho surrender, Dold said, Deputy Sharp went and. got Maddo tried to glvo him outright ho DEMANDS NOT TO BE MET and brought hfm to Hartford, arrlv JAPANESE ARE AROUSED SEIZUREfl THEY DEFY tels, places of business, Frantic worn Tho country buying tho cotton, ac- -. Ing hero about 3 o'clock Saturday on implored him to marry them In oriconllng to tho union president, has. morning. Maddox was at once plac JIjuo OITer for a Million Unlet j agreed that nono of it will ba used' United SUtes Will Xot Permit der to secure protection through his Nothing Apparently Remains For U, ed In Jail. ex- passport. In making matcrluls for war, Maddox was brought before Coun Delay in Case of Sinking S. Rut to Sever DiploThey Demand Pro Hardship, overwork, privation, repcctlng to use all of it for domestlci ty Judge Wilson Monday, when, by Ancunn. matic Relations. lection. consumption. sulted In Dold becoming blind, and his Attorney, Mr. E. M. Wodward, compelling his return home. he waived examining- - trial and his Aincrlriiii Hoy Killed Hy Shell inwas fixed at $600, which was Washington, Dec .27. The sink Washington, Dec. 28. Austria, bond Fort Worth, Tex., Doc. 27. The' Franco. Ing of the Japanese steamship Ya VAIX QUEST FOR BURIED iccordlng to unofficial information at onco given and ho wns released farmers of Texas have thrown down 4 rnris, uoc. so. uicunru nioiviuo ' TREASURE OF THE IXCAS received in authoritative quarters from custody. tho gauntlet to Great Urltaln; they Hall, of Ann Harbor, Mich., a volun saka Maru will bo made the subject Nave was about GO years old and by the hero today, will not meet tho will defy solzuro by sending 1,000,- - teer driver attached to that section of diplomatic negotiations Colon, Panama, Dec, 27. Harry United States, if it Is established an of tho United States in her leaves a widow and four sons, two 000 balca of cotton, whose dcstl- - of tho American ambulnnco opcrat American citizen was aboard when, A. Darber, a United States e forthcoming reply to tho Ancona note of whom are married and reside In nation will bo "somewhero In Eu Ing with tho French army In Alsace, Indiana and the other two live at as described in the official advices re Insoector who has been In tho in and Teutonic diplomatic relations, rope." was killed on Christmas eve while in Although the State Department so home. Maddox is a considerably ceived today, a submarine of un terior of Peru trying to locate the Tho offer to buy this largo Quanti tho performance of his duty. Hall burled treasure of the Incas, will far has received from Ambassador!? younger man and has- a wife and five c vph. known n.il InnnlHv tnrnnlnpil ty of cotton was received by presichildren. Ho was crippled in a ratl years old and a soiuj,., ,.hout warnlnc. was twenty-on- o having, PpnflplH- - nt Vtannn tin start for Washington . fl dents of farmers' unions at their of Prof. II. O. Hall, of tho University fl aclde?t, Bomo ycara Bg0 arid T, , i.ecamo known tonlcht after1 s understood, failed In his quest the reply, It was understood that meeting In New Orleans, Dec. G. 1 ,t of Michigan. Ho will bo given a mil-- f offlciallyA Inspector Barber was sent to Peru less Bomo excellent reason for con i wears a cor: leg. tGnartment hud .. According to the proposition, produc i.. im. Thero is said to be no concensus uary mnerai ai mo ironi tomorrow wannounced tt had no record of thoto Investigate for tho Federal autho- - tinuing diplomatic correspondence on era will bo paid 20 cents a- pound fori JvMin Dotnlls of tho young; American passport granted to W. J. rltlos at Wilmington, Del., the al the subject was presented no course ,C nf 111 fAAllncr Qfrnlncrt HTaTriv OU.UUB nftcrnoon. U.BUUUA " "" O nil cotton delivered nt a 'certain nou man's ; Leigh, survivor ot the disaster, who leged existence of a $500,000,000 flupma tn rnmnln Vint In n.n.1r ntf njr the people of McHcsry, . as ft is con death havo not yot boon learn-,.. VU. -" . , . HM .1 tral port," tho purchaao price to be ed, except that ho was driving on Eiicuuou luui.. uu buui v nave in bad been called In consular press placer gold deposit, which figures latlons. doposlted In an American bank sub standing near his car when a German and when the latter y?M prominently in the McCu'ne case, In State Department officials are ex approaching Ject to order as soon no the ship Mshell struck and demolished it. L. dispatches, an American. him with an open knife. Should it develop that Leigh is which the du Fonts and other lead-- . pecting information about tho reply reaches port. When tho offer was P. Hull, a brother, serving in the actually nn American, tho United lug Delaware financiers are mention which might have been secured by It is said Maddox went behind A received no ono, not oven oOlclals of samo counter in his shop and warned NaVd will return immoa-- 2 States will feel Justified in address- ;d. section Ambassador Penfleld during inform tho union gave serious attention, for lately to Paris. not to approach him any further, ing inquiries to Germany, Austria-Hungar- y I McCune, It is said, floated a large al conferences with Baron von Bur apparently there was no way to ship Nave was a well known and popun and Turkey, in an effort to corporation on tho strength of hav Ian, Minister of cotton to any but cntonto ally porta. SKIRTS TO BE SHORTER lar citizen and his alleged intoxicat establish tho submarine's nationality. Ing discovered the source ot gold of Foreign affairs. Advices received re- -' Later farmers and business men off THAN EVER THIS SPRING It Is considered practically certain, the ancient Incas. He finally became' cently through Baron Erich Zwlodl ed condition was perhaps the only the south got together and decided to' e Depart uek, the Austro charge here, wero to! thmg that impelled him to Jeoparhowever, the craft was Austrian, as Involved with the give tho proposition n thorough test ', Chicago, 111., Dec. 25. Is now at liberty un the effect that Austria would be dize his life in his attack upon MadIt is said In Teutonic quarters here ment. McCune A it was too good to pass by. gasped tho women, and then thoy that no German or Turkish subma der $10,000 ball and, according to 'guided by concern' for good rela dox. The caai will go into the Christmas present of nearly $6,000,- - blushed. hands of the next grand Jury for furrines are operating lu tho Mediter barber, Is in Peru ngain endeavoring tions existing between the two coun000 to tho farmers would not only bo ther consideration, "Isn't that awful,' said a matron to locate the treasure. tries. Analysis of this phrase has led holpful to them, but the entlro coun 1 No ono hoard hor. Eyes and Inter ranean near where tho Yasaka Maru officials to believo that the Vienna1 was attacked. try, especially Texas, which state est wcro center on tho trim ankles Government will attempt to argue! TOWN "LAID WASTE BY Tho stato department officials are AXC1ENT BARBER will Hiipply the bulk of the consign of young women exhibiting advanced FIREWORKS EXPLOSKMf ALSO A SURGEON the contentions of tho United States waiting for Information In regard to ' luent. spring stylos for the Chicago Gar- Leigh with considerable anxiety. If and possibly suggest arbitration Arrangements havo been complet- ment Manufacturers' Aeociation at a; The position of the State Depart . .PIkevllle, Ky Dec. 27. 'The in tho times of Louis fourteenth, he Is entitled to United States pro ed for the first shipment, according local hotel last night. tection, the fact that he was aboard dnd of Henr? tho eighth, a process ofi ment is that thero can be no discus of Grundy, Buchanan county, Va., to Hcnrp N. Pope, president of tho tho polished Tho sklrta cleared undoubtedly will compli- Idlfferentlatlon was under way, for. sion over the official admissions o was almost wipo'd out by fire Sun Texas union, and tho vessol will floor by ulno Inches . Shorter skirls; tho liner cate negotiations with Austria over thero wero then barbers proper or! the Austrian Admiralty, which form day night according to advices reach leave Galveston within a month. Popo aro to bo tho thing. and sur ed the basis of the correspondence, ing here today and the losses amount tho sinking of tho Italian steamship porruqulers, barber-surgeoIs confident of delivering tho goods,1 For women of conservative taste. rncona. geons, says a writer In the Boston unless Austria denies the accuracy. to over $100,000. The tiro started for ho points out that England would they aro to bo six inches from tho were of that statement. That, however, Is from an explosion of Christmas fireThero has been no developements Globe. Tho barber-surgeon- s have good reasons to hcsltato in seiz floor; for tho othurs, at least nine. In tho Ancona negotiations. Amer made to confine themselves to minor regarded as being extremely unllke-- l works. ing an American ship, flying an Amer Tho fire started near the mouth Thero was n greater tendency ica will not permit delay In tho. case operations ot blood-lettin- g and draw ly, as. tho Admiralty statement was lean flag and taking a cargo owned toward flares, ofton "Charley Chap-- ' Ing of teeth, while, on the other hand forwarded by tho Foreign Office to of Slate Creek and a high wind by lengthy communications. by American farmers and bound for?un pockets was prohibited from the United States for its in forma drove tho flames directly through the surgeon a neutral port Toklo, Japan, Dec. 27. Detailed barbery or shaving.' This distinction tion. the town for a dlstanco ot several Stoves wero full above tho elbows Pope, Peter Radford former presi- land tight below them. hundred yards before the frantic efidvlces received here today from has been broken down in recent dent of tho Union, F. S. Welnert forts ot the bucket brigade could Tho general aim of tho designers Port Said concerning tho sinking of years by the surgeon, who most fre KILLING AT McHEXRY de seemed to be youth. head of tho Texas warehouse (he Yasaka Maru corroborates pre CHRISTMAS EVE bring it under control. A number un quently acts as a barber before partment, and Texas bankers havo of dwellings and store buildings wcro Coats varied In length according vious statements that tho steamship asked tho state department whether to the style. Top coats were shown was tornedoed without warning. Jt dertaking his more specialized ac A deplorable homicide occurred at reduced to ashes, the heaviest losses tho Union states will protect tho In shorter lengths, with sport coats '8 said aho was attacked at 2:35 p tlvltles. McHenry, this county, on Christmas falling upon heirs of the Watklns Tho barber's sign two centuries shipment and provent seizure by tholfrom 6 to 28 Inches. m. Dy a suomarmo wnoso presence striped pole, with Eve night about 9 o'clock, when estate. The courthouse also suffer British. These Inquires havo boon! Tne, manufacturers woro enthus had not been observed. No flag was ago consisted ot a ed to the extent of about $10,000. a basin suspended from It. Both the Will Maddox shot and almost in Teferred to Con. Johnson of Tyler,mBtC ot their dinner, assorting they risible. tantly killed Adam Nave. MaddoxR stripe indicated that Even if tho"i,nti received tho largest orders In Tex., Solicitor-Genera- l. Shortly after the torpedo was dls basin and the conducts a barber shop and pool Meet. his surgical function was of special atato department falls to giro assur-fthocharged two perscopes,one long andl cxporlenco. Washington, Dec., 26. Prelimin repre room at McHenry and Nave worked Importance, for tho former . ances that England will refrain from! ono short, appeared above tho water tho mines. Both men lived ary to tho nnnnlnc nf thn sented the receptacle for blood and around such seizure, the Toxans will mako HAMLETT NOT SATISFIED 400 feet of tho steamship. .vlthlu mere ior a numDer or years ana arertwo week3. BeS8i0n of the second Pan- the fatter the ribbon for wrapping well known. The killing occurred inB anyway, and If tho tho shipment WITH OFFICIAL COUNT They moved to a position off the Congress, Its American Scientific the arm during and after the bleed the barber shop. British do hold up tho vessel and! 3tern of the starboard side, tho Port members met at an Informal ing. selzo tho cargo tho farmers' union, g Frankfort, Ky., Doc. 29. It is Said advices relate, as though ready It Is said that Nave was usually reception by the official United States The basin has disappeared from backed by allied interests will do- - jannouncod hero today that Darksdalo to discharge a second torpedo if nec tho solicitor for any of the unfor- - delegation, headed by Judge George the sign, but tho striped pole is ofi maud of President Wilson and con- - jHamlctt, tho present state school su essary. Stunates around the mines and was Gray, of Wilmington, Del., member significance to the man ofi gress that tho United States passing around a paper tor contrlbu who was dofeated at tho Yasaka Mnru sank a historic After ot Tho Hague Peace Court. Another a medlclno, and he should humble him' tlons to some charitablo fund when ately discontinue sending to tho by James 1 conning tower was visible for recent election Informal meeting was that of tho self before It us he enters the tonsor the ales not only munitions of war, butLowls for secretary of state, has em- - brief tlmo at a point about a mile trouble came up out of which women visitors, who wero received lal parlors. Whether the alternating Fployod attorneys to fllo at once con' away. also food. the killing grew. by a committee of American women. white so often seen were Maddox had declined to contrib Should England selzo tho cotton onTtest proceedings In tho Franklin cir Tho report describes tho manner red and Men and women representing the significant of a white bandage about ute toward somo subscription which tho high Beas, that country would bo jcult court. lu which all on board tho steamship atAmerican countries an arm wo do not know, but it might Nave was promoting, becauso the twenty-on- e bound to tnko tho caso to a prlzoj Hamlett Is a citizen of Hopkins- - entored tho boats safely, this having tended the gatherings and represenwell havo been tho case. - Vvlllo and was tho Democratic noml been accomplished in about ten minlatter, as ho stated, was in an Intox- tatives from tho South and Central court and pay tho farmers tho orlgl Until tho Lister doubtless both bnr icated condition. aial contract price, 20 cents a pound, Jnoo for secrotnry of state. His op utes of tho tlmo tho torpedo was dis American Embassies and Legations surgeon woro alike, equally Lato In tho evening Nave went tho farmers declarofponont, on tho Republican ticket, charged. Tho captain caused the ber and mcvertheless, aseptic and septic. Then camo a sep- Into Mnddox's barber shop and after assisted in tho introductions. ihey will not stand for any prlzewas Jamea P. Lewis, and, according! !joatB to bo tied together. Sails wero The last of the delegates arlved respect, but more re discussing the failure ot tho latter court procoduro, declaring that thorojto tho olllclal count made by the hoisted, and In nccordauco with a aration In this cently tho welldcr of the razor and to contribute to tho fund being got- today and tho congress will open plan arranged previously by wireless, Is no International law that preventofstuto board of olectlon commission when Vivo Prcsl- Is also finding partly from ten up, It is charged, picked a quar formally ono neutral from shipping goods topers, Hamlett recolved 200, C39 votes a southeasterly course was taken. shears sompulolon, thut cleanliness makes rel and finally lunged at Maddox lent Marshall and Secretary Lansing Eanu Lewis received 209,754 votes. Thl3 was hold until midnight, when another noutral. will adress the Joint session. godly In his trade. with a drawn knife. Maddox avoidthe French gunboat which rescuod him more Tho prlco of 20 cents, is almost JLowls majority was 115. m Whllo tho barber now limits his ed Nave and drawing his revolver, double tho nrovalling market prlco.I Boforo tho certificate was award- - tho passengers and crew was met. out fired one shot, which hit a vital spot BRITISH STEAMER, LADEN surgical practice to squeezing During tho evening tho pcrlscopo But tho Farmers' union Is requlredjed Lewis,, nn Injunction was sued out WITH SUGAR, IS BURNING blackheads or extracting burrowing of tho. victim. Apparently Navo bad to charter tho vessel and pay partfby Hamlett In various counties ask-o- f of tho submarine reappeared, only a Popof ing for recounts In certain precincts low yards from tho boats, but the hairs, ho on tho medical sldo applies dipped his head when approaching tho transportation charges. New York, Dec, 20. Fire, said facial massages and attempts to cure estimates that tho final price to thojand, notwithstanding tho fact that jubmarlno Itself was not visible The seborrhea, alopecia and ringworm. Maddox, for tho bullet struck htm by tho pollco to havo been ot suspicIn tho top ot the head and cither shippers will bo about 17 cents. Andlthe decision of the courts were most passengers praised the captain and Cleanliness Inside and out is an es- lodged in his skull or went clown In ious origin, was discovered late toIf the south is ablo to fill tho ordorlly In his favor, he still ran. behind crew for their coolness and dlsclpln through-- . sential ot health, and'o tar as can his neck, for It did not come out. day aboard the steamer Inchmoor, There was no sign ot panic lor 1.000.000 bales, other orders wlUILewls bo accomplished by oxternal treat Ho toll to the floor and lived about owned by the W. Runclman Company follow, it Is doclared, and give thoj Lowis will tnko tho oath of office out the long ordeal. to mont tho barber might with suffl two hours, but did not regain con- ot Nowcastlo England, whllo she was secretary ofi According to a statement made aouth n great lift toward prosperity, jand begin his duties as the diet by the finance mlnlsterthore cleut training excel tho dermatogo- sciousness. Doctors wero summon- loading with sugar at tho foot ot Popo points out that England buysstato next Monday. gold glst who only prescribes. ed at once, but it was soon seen he Warren Street, Brooklyn. Tho loss was on board the Yassaka Maru American cotton then sells It to Eu-- 1 The barber though his fees are wus-ua- st human aid. It is said that has not been determined, but it will higher price, jNOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF THE to tho v.iluo ot 1,000,000 yen (J 500,-- , vopean noutrals at a small and his working hours long, Is tho openknlfe which Navo had held bs considerable. -- ' & GAS CO. 000.) ROUGH RIVER OIL which constitutes unfair dlscrlmlna-- J The flro seemed to be burntng In a still working in line with hs proud In his hand when attacking Maddox Hartford, Kentucky. Notice is tjoni given that the nough River, American Surrendered Serb Capital er manipulator ot tho scalpel, tor was found by the doctors at his feet dozen places at once in hold No. 3, Pope admits that the cotton wllllhereby Now York, Dec. 25. Douglas M. the latter Is still but a cleansor of Immediately after tho shooting Flreaie.u fought the flames an hour uus yorapuny, a corporation ultimately ko to a belligerent, DUtluu And the Maddox concealed f tho body. for before they were extinguished. himself Arl- - Dold, of this city, surrendered the the Inside refused to say whother It is destined junder tho laws of tho State of to have izona, is uissoiveu oy unanimous con city ot Nlsh, Serbia to tho Invading former Is a cleanser of the outside ot awhile.' fearing violence from the 'Tne Inchmoor was ports, sailed for fiprmanv Tuesday for British Tim harher will flourlik friends at Nave. and 3,- stockholders, and n.,l...l.n .mv lla. thn Bophlana iha Kn.1v "There Is no Idea ot sending tholsent of all of its Sheriff Keown, of Hartford, wart 400. tout ot sugar had been taken had retreated. Dold was In chargejwhen the surgeon has faded under once," ex board ot directors. entire 1,000,000 bales a( of an automobile squad sent from the glare ot the rising sun ot sani- - immediately telephoned for ami tak Aboard when the fire was discovered. This December S3, 1915. plained Pope, "but we will send one New York tn June to the relief of tho nry and hygienic knowledge, which, tug Deputy Sheriff Uratcher, he went The steamer, a vessel of 3,314 tons, IDugh River Oil & Gas Co. sunk. We want! i ship even It she i 18 from Serbians. Ho has Just arrived homo. J by extmplo, ihe former is even now t the scene of the killing, about flvelarrlved here Deeeuher M. L. HEAVniN, Pres. the government to give us protection nillw trow here. They were usable Gibraltar aad Bermuda. He said when be realUed that NUa helping the foster. E. Q. BARUA83, Sec'jr. mean gun .that ti due ui. I do not ( protection. Tho United States liclp us liy not selling tho TO SENT DOWN tlint would selzo this cotton any mu a wm a rx m m nitions, meat, goods or anything. ; COTTON TO EUROPE Tho southern fnrmer wants Just one thlnr ii untried for his cnnils niul'i now that ho has It, why should Eng- land bo permitted to destroy thls.SAMEIlrAX COXHCIi rAIlIjKS X0J TEXAS FARMERS THROW DOWX v marKeir ATTEMIT WAS MADE TO GAUNTLET TO GREAT 1'opo also said Hint 5,000 farmers) ESCAPE. Jilt I TA IX. i had agreed to supply product to fills -j the glgnntlc order and that the conslgnraent for the first ship Is being I" would bo captured tho people appeal ed to tho bishop of Nlsh to Induce len - post-offic- - to-da- y, m w v..u " .JJ "0'l self-defen- se I Austro-Hungarla- Post-offic- 'Oh-h-h,- to-v- u lr ht -- I j U , ) Jill SALE FOR TAXES High on tho summit of a moun aln, In a region until recently rarely Incorporated Br virtue of taxes duo mo, the 'islted by man, Ho tho remains of nil 'iShcr.Ut at Ohio county, Kentucky, 1 tint was mortal, of tho ultimate plo Third and Trlpiett will m the first Monday In January, 11.0'. icer of tho greatest placer grounds .expose at public sale at the IfllR, Floor In Town Best Light. ver discovered in tho Western coun-r8.67 court houso door In Hartford, This man was George Grimes. 6.7 between tho hours of 10 a. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. J DAILY SALES. iVhcn tho mines In tho northern part 1.2C an. .and 2 p. m., tho following lands, f Idaho began to lessen their yields, All Tobacco Kept r bo much thereof ns may bo 8.6? 10, with a small party of kindred to produce tho sums requirLast year wo sold 9,000,000 pounds, or 40 per cent of all that 7.6! tplrlts, began a quest for further gold ed, rlz: s of nil tho Burley. passed over loose leaf floors and 5.3f iround. This was In the early buih- Xo. 1 Knst Hartford. ncr of 1SG2. A movement is on foot THERE WAS A REASON C.7 .IVSbley, Loona (By Mont Gad- 2.9( o erect a monument over his grave. 4.92 .dls) 120 acres Making their way through eastern 4.43 DozArth, Clayton, 25 acres... 13.48 Both Phonos. 6.04 Washington and Oregon, tho party J 14.16 M. W. 100 a Brown, 6.89 .vorked through to tho head of Mores 53 Whittaker, J. W. 15 n 4.95 iFIclilcn, X). M. 13 a reck nnd began prospecting above 2.9G TItlnc3, Sarah Ann, 40 a No. 30 Prentiss. ho slto of tho present vlllngo of Po-- S G.05 Fogle, S. O. 108 a $21.76 I,ee, . P. 1G n icer. They worked their way wellSconslderptlon they will probabljljluco our nrrlvnl hero than ever be- 10.89 .Aloheley, Dollle, 125 a No. 32 Herbert, nto tho pass which now bears theattempt to obtain senate action first.Bforo, and the moro pence talk there 42.9G JHcDownll. P. II. 300 a.. Reardcn, C. F. 51 a 8.92 lamo of Its discoverer where they be-- " on tho theory that If tho senntells tho greater Is the desire for peace, 8.79 O. 49 a .Nelson, J. Spencer, Tina, 117 a 11.48 by the neces-BV"K passes ho resolution know wo nrc undertaking n seem- I jan to strike rich prospects. iSRcndlclon, E. 13. 1 T. lot. . . . 22.22 Turney, Elizabeth, 109 a 7.5S During their Journey Into tho pass sary vote tho houso will jj'ngly Impossible task, yet we believe JQ Pearl (By J. W. Held) Uleld. No. fl2 Arnold. iyjLlQ compelled to tnko n vote. in the possibility of our voice being 'hey had seen signs of Indians. 1.25 1 T. lot $ 0.S2 Allen, L. W. 50 n Ilj Senator Sheppard, of Texas, will heard." lad eotno up through an Indian 9.75 longer, C. I). 4 a Sul Byers, W. II. 20 n 5.04 which crossed tho mountain and con- - lead the fight for tho measuro on Similar views were expressed by 84. 4C Storvns, A. L. 3S3 a 4.34 Bratcher, Blaln, S a Mrs. Joseph Fels, Judge Inued through tho Payette nnd Gold- - tho Democratic side of the senate. LlmWcy, 8.79 X. A. 30 a. .Schroader, Coy, Lawrence, 80 a 8.9G mi valley. On the day ho was killed, Y'liumbcr of Republican senators arc Frederick Holt, Benjamin W. Huedch 3.09 'Hchroader, Emery, 2 T, lots.. Ouvall, John, 30 a 6.03 Jrinics told the members of tho parO ready to sponsor tho resolution on Mrs. William H. Lloyd and others, C.29 CTbod, S. E. 28 a Xo. 15 Mrllcnry. C.S2 Daugherty, W. P. 40 a y ne una n presentment no was go- - $ their side. it was said that Mr. Ford nnd Will. 8.3G ZTork, E. W. 47 a $ 4.79 Vrter, A. C, 1 T. lot 1111, William, 40 n 8.67 ng to meet death. The members of jj m& am J. Bryan would both appear an J Xo. 2 West Hartford 6.76 Smith, Charlie, 50 a irown, Charlie, 1 lot 6.64 ho party went out to prospect, and a To Cure Children' Colds. he peace mooting to be held at The W 120 a. 1 T. lot, 3S.03 .JiaraaTo, M 6.76 Wllloughby. James. 15 a ruddock, C, 1 lot 4.68 an their way an Indian, lying In am-- 'l Keep child dry, clotho comfortnbl Hague. Mrs. Fels said: 10.02 JBlalr. W. M. 1 T. lot C.93 Leo, 1 lot Islier. V"U Xo. 33 Render. (yavoid exposure and give Dr. Hell'f nish shot Grimes. "When wo begin our sessions ftt 16.77 livens, John, 1 lot Mavis, Jtobert, CO a C.14 Hutchinson, 4.54 J. M. C a Grimes was buried on the summltSPinc-Tnr-Honeit Is pleasant Tho Hague ten dnys hence, tho world 22. 48 lutcheson, Mrs. Ann, 1 lot. . 3.82 (Glenn, J. II. 4S a Loney, L. B. 260 a 13. CD bf tho pass, and the news brought to ' soothing, antlsoptlc, raises phlegm will see moro Is behind the peao, C.14 Ciiig. D. P., 50 a Kins, D. W. 1 T. lot 4. 98 Southard, 12.84 'he settlement by tho other members and reduces Intlamntlon. The first noveniont than Is generally known John, 20 a 4.91 Lnoe, IV. D. 1 T. lot 7.1 Inddox, Marlon, 1 lot bf the party during the fall, when" dose gives relief, continued treat We confidently expect thnt not only No. 33 Addltlonnl. :iacc, TV. D. & Sister, 1 T. lot 10.8S tender, John, 1 lot 9.85 neutrals will demnnd peace, but that Hardwlck, Mrs Hettle 1 T. lot.?19.54 .hey returned with news that they 'ment with proper care will avoid JSall, Miss Maggie, 1 T. lot. 10.88 nell, T. C, 52 a 7.60 I 'mil the richest plncer.; lous Illness or a long cold. Don't do- - ho belligerents will show n dlsposi- 29. SI ;mlth, J. S., 2 a EUras, Mrs. D. C. 179 a Colored List. 10.23 kround they had ever heard of. If.lay treatment. Don't let your child Ion to listen." 14.80 richenor, S. J., 4 lots "Walker, R. . 1 T. lot 126.47 I. H. Baker, a. Prct. 17 $ 7.3 Many times tho story of tho ills-- " suffer. Goto bottle today. Insist on . Andrew J Bethra. r.nv. 1 T. lot 8.61 .Vllson, E. M 32 a TVatterson, Jeff, G.Oc Irs. T. J. Bassett, U a., 2 :ovefy of Gcorgo Grimes and his par- - Dr. Bell's 25c. nt crnor of South Carolina, will lcavo ISo. 3 Bcda. lots, Pr'ct. 2 13.35 ,y lias been tola, tne actnus sun-- 1 Druggists. Xo. 10 Ccntertown. -the expedition on nccount Arooa and Tichenor, 100 a... $22.17 311a Brookins, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 2. . 8.19 Uantially as related nbove. There Is 5 2.30 shley, Mrs. S. G., 2 a Tof pcrsonnl business. ? Mrs. Boisse-.BlthveU, F. B. 62 a 13.49 V3hley, M. L 50 a 7.10 Urookins, Shanks.l lot, Pr'ct. 2 6.10 10 disposition In any caso to credit KXPLAIXS WHV SIIK LKFT vain plans to start for Holland at the -2.14 Hoover, L. C. C a ollins, A. T., 57 a., Pr'ct. 1. . 8.G7 he discovery of any other than the a FORI) I'KACK KXI'KDITIOX sniuo in n. 20.14 Calvert, C. W., 119 a 8.02 Davis, Hoover, C. C. 50 a ..v., 12.94 'fnnmeH. .V, T.pm., 1 Int. Pr'ct 1 II. II., 1 lot eader of tho party. Notwithstanding 1 B 17.17 Hoover, L. C. 155 a In Of! .im hid, nnmnplrmt nvrrttt trf n lirnltfll d GlnAlrlmlm 3,22 'Oiiins, iaura, i lot, rrci. i. Davis. Earl M 1 lot iio, oiuLniiuiui, Tlrtrt" -- u. .tun Tun ir mw uumuni.u, vav.li'1. JUatidox, G. W. 175 a 17.17 leflln, Cleve, 3 a "am,, asu, i 101, 4.4 i ticket fence, lies tho grave of this Mllholland Bolssovnln. of New York.U""" ci. J... 4gjuuncan, "7 6.25 gleheart, I. CParls, Mrs. R. L. 2 a q'fijloonley. Dud, 1 lot. Pr'ct. 1.. 4.10 nan who led the way to the section who withdrew from the Ford neaco4 """" "'"1"" T 50 a.... 8.53 Tones, iEmUh, A. S. 50 a "J owo m' K0 health to Cham- 4.01 vhose riches were so great as to bo expedition Saturday, presented n pub-f- j 3.62 ?ord, Gus, 1 a. Pr'ct. 2 E. C, 22 a S.70 "SliWn. Sylvester, 2 a 7.05 :onsidcrcd as fabulous by those who lie meeting of the delegates y aH0Crla,n 8 Tablets, writes Mrs. It. G. 5.94 Fipps, T. J. 30 a. Pr'ct. 1. . . . M. E., 1 lot fones, Mrs. 6.29 Ward, "Edward, 16 a a Pr'ct. 2. 4.72 tear of them now and whose discov long statement of her reasons for3Ncfr Crookston, Ohio. "Two years 2.44 Williams, Grlffln, Matlock, heirs, 15 a OTade, II. L. SO a 8.92 Mackey, S. A., 1 Ines, Don, a. Pr'ct 1.... 4.61 ery was one of the greatest factors doing so and for believing tho nro-ln5.31 ' wna nn lnvnu duo to stomach lot Xo. 4 Sulphur Springs. I took thrco bottles of trouble. 3 n the settlement and development Ject was doomed to failure. Rowe, Sarah T., 60 a 6.4S Haynes, J. W. 10 a. Pr'ct $ 8.70 .Ashley, Henry M. 50 a Hocker, Vig, 1 a. Pr'ct. 15. .. 10.00 3f the State of Idaho. theso TnblcU and havo slnco been In em-- f t 4.92 richenor, M. J., 45 a "The undemocratic method HInes, S. F. Ha. Pr'ct. 1 3Jaxley, C. T. 100 a 4.88 11.30 Wade, L B., 5.9C a Frank R. Coffin, ono of tli03o who ployed by the managers of the ex- tho best of health." Obtainable everyJackson, Clara, 20 a. Pr'ct. 23. 4.76 had a part in the stirring times fol- pedition Is repugnant to my prin- where, 'Chappell, Mrs. L. B. 120 a... 16.75 xa X'o. 17 Smallhous. DcTer, Allies L. 53 a Mortln, Jno. S. 110 a. Pr'ct. 3.13.77 lowing the discovery of tho Boise bns-- n ciples," she said. "Instead of all 9.17 3rown, L. 1 lot ? 5.7f II.. Mosely, G. W. 1 a. Pr'ct. 1.. Rllla, 32 a 1.35 Bolton, Felix, 30 a 6.05 gold fields, has offered to head a the members formulating plans, the Wiley I'rnl.es Horc Ment. 4.9 Shelby W. 12 a Moseby, Howard, Pr'ct. 1 7.92 subscription list with $25. Former work has been confined to n 4.87 CJoodall, Lee. 12. 8r a E. H., shlngton, D. C, Dec. 27. An rewfl Phlpps, Wm. a. Pr'ct. 8. . . . 4.33 jovernor Hawley, another of the SIMcr, J. E. 65 a 10.61 Mllllgan, W1,e specialty selected persons 12.8r J. C, 93 a f equ.no st enk is wholesome and mi- 's "Watson, Willie 40 a 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1.. . 9.0't Parks, Wade, 9.00 whose early life was passed in the party embarked on the Osca II., ,r0Ul)( ccordlng a Miller, Mrs. D. A., 4.2f to Dr. Harvey W. . 11.30 'Wright, John H. SS a Jarks, W. M. 24 a. Pr'ct. 24 . . 5.31 he mining camps has offered his ser- I took It for granted that the rather Wllev. tho fonil PTnnrl 10. Of Veal, Eliza. 100 a ' Young, Mrs. Manerva 10 a. . 1 lot 2.39 Williams, N. R., 2 a tobinson, Margarette, vices as they may be acceptable to tubuu ujjiuiuii ui wiu uuu) ui null. i 4.3? Thcro Is no hlgonlc objection 4.2C Young, Wm. 7S a . 9.97 Pr'ct. IS gates would ho Iiainmered into e ho cause. Xo. 18 E. Fordsvllle. to horse meat ns food for humans If 1 lot, Pr'ct. 9 . . Mash, Winnie, 5.6.' Xo 3 Mngnn. Tho plan as suggested Involves tho fcctlve ahnpc by group action nnd tho meat Carnahan, Mrs. Martha, 1 lot.? 4.73 raylor, conies from young, healthy 7.9 J J. C. 1 lot. Pr'ct. 2 Batrghn, C. B. 75 a rectlon of a slmplo coping around constructive thinking throughout the horses," bald Dr. Wiley. .5 7.7SE Caesey, Jim, 2 a 4.3,' Tall, Edmon, 1 lot, "Tho meat 4.4C Pr'ct. 2.. Edge, W. S. 75 a 11.82 Carden, J. S., 55 a he grave, such a mark ns the elc- - voyage. Is homewhnt tougher than beef, btitik 9.9: .Valker, Martin, 1 lot, Pr'ct 1. 5.K nents may not affect. ' aicocalf, T. H. 75 a 8.23 Evans, "An organization was not formed it is wholesome and 4.4S Mclvin, 1 lot ntitrlous. I1 Xon Resident. 10.40 Hedden, E., 1 lot. .. . "Medcalf, Leo, SI a "Vi",v u,u n.. .1 .. "'"" llni "i,-,- a n l.Afa. 4l.n l"" "l I "It enn 1... l.rpnnrn.1 In n ntinil.nr "" .l 7.3$ CO a MIOltiff, T. B. 11.531 Morton, W. r the voyage. To that fact I trace all ni Wnvs. frlod nn atonr .tnvo1 Iinchnil 3olton, J. J. 200 a. Pr'ct. 24.J20.6E For IthctmiatKui. 7.0 C, 5 lots . . SIWkilT, H. C. 100 a . . misunderstandings, dissensions, mis- 11.53; Pulllam, W., 50 a. , 7.G0 barter, Henry, 47 a. Pr'ct. 4. . 3.G1 As soon ns an attack of Rheuma-isiledcalf, Oliver, 3 n 5.40 Ralph, Mary E., 1 lot ;rowe, W. T. 80 a. Pr'ct. 20. . 11.4 akes in policy. IncOlcloncy and nabi- - ,ko any , begins apply Sloan's Liniment. 1.93 hm, Qf mcat 'IKcnculf, Mrs. Sarah, 1 T. lot. 2.42l Rusher, Arnold, 1 lot 3.47 Darrell, Mrs. Viola, 1 lot Don't waste tlmo and suffer unneces-ar- y lily to get the Idea of a mediating 1. "Neighbors, Mrs. Belle, 73 a... 12.75S Stone, Henry, 42 a, 1 comprehensive in 4.5 Pr'ct. 34 agony. A few drops of Sloan's peace congress lot.... 7.G4 Wedding, Ollie (By Ora A$ Whltler, Mrs. Annie. 1 lot . . 4.09 3vaii3, W. M. 10 a. Pr'ct. 30. . 1.71 Liniment on the affected parts Is all shape before tho public. 2.9C llen), 95 a Juest, Hugh, 44 a. Pr'ct. 4. . . 4.92 70U need. The pain goes at once. ' ino organization, wncn unaiiy Xo. 10 W. Fordsvllle. WInisutt, Miss Annie, 137 a.. . 8.SC 3endley, D. H. 2 lots 1.8'. A rrateful sufferer writes: "I formed, was abortive. The Scandl- Hulse, G. W., 2 a ? 4.32 v JCVade, Mrs. Clara, 75 a 12.12 Sheriff, J. R. 75 a. Pr'ct. 1 8.8( vn. RsufTorinc for three weeks with Ilavlan !)uuIlc' w'llcl expected clear 1 Murphy, Ira L., 50 a 7.36 .DAILY Iklllman, Katie, 30 a. Pr'ct. Xo. G Cromwell. Chronic Rheumatism and Stiff Neck,', thinking and n definite programme, S.G7 Murphy, J. D., 40 a were skeptical about tho serious 24 1.7f $ "TJaire, J. L. 80 a 8.35 .Vewton, C. R., 50 a though I tried many medicines, 8.2G Skillman, Mrs. O. P. 84 a. Douglas, R. D. 114 a 11.07 Wallace, B. H., 1 lot hey failed, ana I was unuer tne are 'mindedness of the delegates. At the 7.94 G.7C Pr'ct. 23 Richer, W. M. 70 a 12.44 jf a doctor. Fortunately I heard of meetings the discussions havo been Xo. 20 Aetnavllle. AndTho storms, J. B. 03 a. Pr'ct. 5. . . 2.53 Sloan's Liniment and after using it purely private, with tho result of Kofiey, T. C. 1 T. lot 10.75 Jlark, Jasper, 24 a ? 5.33 Thornton, Angelina, 1 suspicions and condemnation lot. . . . 2.05 hree or four days am up and well. I lloynl, D. A. (By Laura Roy 2.31 Taylor, Mrs. Alice, 180 a. lot reasons stated, I am unable 1 7.G0 al) CO a im employed at the biggest depart- - For tho Wedding, L. P., 53 a 6.49 10.82 nent store in S. F. where they em- - to continue with tho party Pr'ct. 23 V. (By S. X,. StevTaylor, P. By Mall Ono Vonr at Tho Spo- Xo. 21 Slirevc. Withrow, J. J., 110 a Pr'ct. 17. 12.7f ilov from six to elcht hundred hands. N Gaston Plantlff. tho personal rep-- . 4.92 ens), 75 a clal Prlco of ' $ 7.C0 McCormlck, B. F 2G.1C Taylor, C. S. 132 a 11.53 3rown, G. R., 49 a md they surely will hear all about resentatlve of Mr. Ford, requested Carden, Herbert, 33 a 6.2C S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. iionn-- II T.inimont . tf tvl Ktn7ih. Rni.- Mrs. iioissevaiu to remain Willi th-- i Xo. 7 Cool Springs. !( I ttUW 11UUI Huff, B. F 100 a 11.40 m ifuuion, ou; wiuiout no avail. Francisco, Cal. Jan. 1915. At all AWns, J. A. 77 a .? 9.97 t),nco u" eeparturo ol tho expedt- - Henturky's Krcntest newspaper de- Xo. 22 OInton. 2 . 12.G0 Orugglsts. Herrel, W. O. 125 a Why You Should ITso Chiunberlaln'r G.78 York, thrco weeks livered nt your homo cncli day Includ- r ton from Kr-." Kitchens, Escol, 3 a.. . , . 4.33 Cuslnberry, Charlie, 40 Couh Remedy. ago, no meetings havo been held at lug jour home paper, nt tho prlco of ORVS WAXT VOTE 4.92aentry' Mrs Mnr B- - co G5 a Tally, Mrs. L. A. Because It has an established repu OX PROIIHUTIOX Vwhich pcaro plans were discussed. .Miner, j. ii., isu a 5.00. 17.84 CSo. 8 North Rockport. Stone, J. B 1 lot 8.G1 tation won by Its good work. RA'ost of tho discussions havo taki'ii1 Ashley, Mrs. M. E. 1 T. lot..: 4.09 Because it Is most esteemed bj Woolen, R. I.. 52 a 8.G7 Washington, Dec. 25. Leaders of place abou' the dinner tables at Mio ThlS Offer Positively EX' 11.53 Allen, Dave, 03 a those who have used It for man '.ho Antl Saloon league announced 'liot-jM- . l'ttwovi i. cols tho delegites 1 Xo. 23 Buforil. G31 'Graves, E. A. 1. T. lot.... vears, ns occasion required, and art oday that they would attempt to i went sightseeing pllcS reD. Zo, lylb, Mi. Ford's li-- j . 3.P.5 v w,v a i '' VB0ll.' DolllP. 120 n ...,.-- . 1 T. lot. 'Heels, Mrs. Nannie, best acquainted with its good quali fV the party on ffMitint of Blckums'' irlng about u vote on national pro-tl8 Cox, Mrs. Fannie, 100 a 5.57 S.35 Tilford, Ernest, 1 T. lot ties. week Is ngau'ert as a ser'o is ' itbltlon in both houses of congress ' WMoseley, S. J 119 a 24.14 Xo. i) ftoutn Rockport. Because it loosens and relieves a leforo either the administration's t handicap. S !. Mnvflnlil. 1(1 w W TT ' 1 OK n v.-- 05 H A. 1 IK1 'Ashford. J. N. 130 n cold and aids nature in restoring jrcparedness program of Its fiscal' M me itov i. iinrios Kjf Aked. of j an G.29 RS7? Mn'fle,u A. L., 40 a Ilrown, Emery, Mrs. 133 a... rjtho system to a healthy condition. ,"LMlncy, M. L., GO a measures ore taken up for consldcra- - Francisco; Judge Ben Llndscy. of .rxiiTrAi3a-- . S.90 Declier, John, 1 a Bccauso It does not contain opium Ion. U J Donver, and others havo explained 2.G3 '..?. i'ntton, J. J., 8 a JFulkerson, Mrs. Mary, GO a.. . UaH nnlnli .T T r. n or nny other narcotic. Tho drys havo their plans nlH.that it was Impcratlvo that the ex- - I Sbff5SSS!2iCl G.03 ' '' Her. R. E. 20 n.& 3 T. lots.. 10 Ci'r 31IUUIUUS, Bccauso it is within tho reach ol nado for a vigorous fight us soon as petition should proceed to Tlio Hnguo tITT-SSJy fC 4.92 A iviuuuru, i u Jacksou, Mrs. Sallio B. 1G5 a. all. It only costs a quarter. Obtain ongrcss reconvenes on January 4. 'J to carry out the original plan ns far kTnvlnr I V. ' 1 n 4.27 23.44;: & 1 T. lot in According to their prebent programmes possible. This will result In tho able everywhere. o .., Xo. 21 Hattletts. Mailclox, Mrs Cindorllla, 22 a. w hey Intend to havo their resolution .formation of a permanent comniltteo .$ 4.98 9.98 Robertson. W. B. 5S a Farm, Near Whltcsvillc, For Sule. ntroduced In tho houso und In tho v to sit at Tho Haguo to adopt ways hapman iG. W. Johnson 1 4.97, .Shafer, Hardy 2 a We have listed with us a good 108 cnato by both nnd),and means. Tho comniltteo Is to Rcpubllcanc . n7ci 3.G2 nnd others) 90 Shultz, G. T. 7 a .ii.i:-.- Macro 'This will bo dono to rob' slst of a small number of persons farm 4Vi miles South ol ' ""Hra.i.. ii - ii iiiiiinii t UU I Xo. 10 Seleet. """ Whltesvllle, about half of it bottom t of any partisan value. P from each of tho neutral countries. 11 r f ni 8.G7 W"U AUU 0 UK .'Antry, "Mnrlon S. GO n land, and forty acres in timber in The first gun will bo fired In then Each of tho seven members of tho 8.01 1.353 Funk, C. T., 50 a Alhln.Mrs. Ellzaboth, 10 a.. eluding 58 gum, besides various other house In all likelihood. Unless thcrof peace expedition whom Mr. Ford left ' 8.73 2.30 Funk, T. E., 50 a Autry, Mrs. Nola, 50 a Sco us foi s a ureaii in tne urys- - pinns, ueprefsin executivo cuargo after his trees. No buildings. o AIMn, Ray, G a Kprlces. Webb, of North Carolina, turo expressed confidence y that c'40Gossett, B. L agent, 50 a... 1f.2S :nalz, George C. 10 a BARNETT & SON, Agents. shalrman of tho houso JudlclaryStlio project would mark an important 5.G4 j7Kirk, Mrs. Annie, 93 a IBurtrT, A. F. 85 a.. onimltteo, to which tho rcaolutlonHmovo toward European peace. All 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 KirK, U. IV., G3 a ILLUSTRATIONS 7.36 10.2G rXTMtry, M. J. 97 a How To Cure Colds. .vlll ho referred, will introduce thot agreed, however, that tho plan had Sadler, Mat, G3 n 7.99 5.11 Ooff. 3. L. 4. a Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat ueasuro and then call a meeting orfscomlngly iusuperablo obstacles, nnd 7.00 All the Family. It appeal 1G.63 White, Robt., G4a Slpfifccr, W. G. S2 a ld right. Tak'b Dr. King's Now DIscoV' lis comniltteo to consider it. Accord-- S allcjajse-()Members of tho committee express-n- g miiiM nnd Young-M- en nnd Women. Ward, L. It., 33 a 4.33 G.54 Haven, Marlon, 11 a cry. it is prepared irom nno iar, to tho dry lenders a majority ofged tho bcllof that while peaco was S," " """unoiii urn muni, uur torvita 9.50! Westerfield, J. II., 40 a Morrison, Estill L. (minor) healing balsams nnd mild laxatives lor tlilum new and int.r.-.,lr- ,J ho clmm'.tteo will voto to report tho a hardly possible boforo Bprlng, yet ud It li No. 20 Cenilvo. 2.40 24 acres fithey were hopeful that tho presence Wrltton So You Can Understand It Dr. King's Now Discovery kills and ueasuro out. I UO ShOD NotM I M.r.ln. inn t. , ITcsirson, Mrs. Sarah, 1 T. lot. 3.49 ilollln, C. D., 00 a Au onnn rta V4iw ?12.C0goxpcls tho cold gdrms, soothes the maaaiirn to a ouuh us lo iuvwomiw la ti rtii trli bEP U'r M "Wwil v u w.f.vifcvti (.UTJllllK i. uuaj rt ilio nvrtmllllnti fniiAll,i lUrUUKlL I,min ii" ft'll.n.M...ii'e.uoiw .. Ut ll" .., gleiieart, . L., 4 a 7i.u. uV"' 1" .?." wi for tho ikm "" 4.33B irritated throat and allays Inflama No. 11 Horso Branch. ho houso and tho drys not only be-- j neutral countries would convince tho oir7.ivvi .""! Ml While, W. M., 1 lot ..- 5.45( tlon. It heals tho mucous mombrano. leva they will get n voto on it in tho! belligerents of the ardent dosro of all $13.39 llruold, U. G. 137 a T (19. majority! neutrals for peaco. Tho Jlev. Jenkln wuitlouj for tlw MLttlc,Cnipi imdSiwrtiu Xo. 27- - --Pt. IMonsnnt. Search as you will, you cannot And liouso, but also a iu.rt.n - T If I T Int. C.23 Bishop, T. J., 70 a $12,851 a bettor cough and cold remedy. Its hey will seek to have tho senato con- - Lloyd Jones, chairman of tho Execu Jii0!!"!""ralMlM IJalw. E.- E. 50 u ,nwLeopi.c Ha tt M"G.G4i Klrtley, W. M., 165 a .... 30.061 uso over 45 years is a guarantee of ddcr It. ICelley, U. L. 40 a ! tivo Comniltteo, said: POPULAR MECHANICS MA8AZINC -. mwmm, - ", CWCAH 3.021 Seal, H. C, 30 a 2 JCoy, Allen, CO. a 7.G01 satisfaction "Thoro has boon moro talk of peace If tho houso la too dilatory In its 10.2! 15.8', 4,9! Ken-iar.k- r. nee-wastr- 5.59 Ferguson, Eloda, 130 ft 6.29 Hoover, J. T. 50 n 6.64 Morris, J. H. 10 a 18.92 Miller, J. W. 165 n 8.90 Morris. Romney. 75 n No. 12 Koilno. Uchlson, Eugene, 213. a. . ..$12.60 Jdwards. Mrs. Mary 100 a.. . . 4.92 9.04 3arks, L. T 8.01 taymond, Jacob, 62 a 7.36 Itewart, Harvey, 64 a 8.90 .tcwart, J. A., 73 a 6.4" itewart, Arthur T., 22 a itewart, Mrs. W. H., 130 a. . . 4.92 6.05 Ichroader, Isaac, 8 a 13.78 faylor, W. C, 14S a 5.64 A'rlght, Albert, 25 a 16.82 Wilson. Mary A. 226 n Xo. 1.1 E. Heaver Dam. ? 5.09 qalrd, John, 1 T. lot 5.40 n Carson, John, 4.98 Davis, Charlie, 1 a 2.S5 losklns. Ida. 1 T. lot 5.00 McXutt, J. It., 1 T. lot 6.1C Monroe, E. O., 1 T. lot 6.72 Phelps, Reuben, 8.76 Stewart. Oscar. 20 n 6.7 Sproule, R. E., 2 a Xo. 14 W. Heaver Dnm. ? 3.81 lines, J. W ?i a 23.94 '..each, C. A., 82 a., 2 T. lots, 4.91 rurner, Will, 1 T. lot Xo. 2& Xnrrows. Brown, T. II. 36 n Condor, J, W. 126 n Carter, Charlie, 86 n Foreman, E. D. 65 a Graham, II. A. 66 a Harrison, Mrs. Nannie, 67 a.. . larrison, Thomas, 70 a Harrison, Cooper, 30 a Livers, W. M. 60 n Williams, Mrs. Martha, 11a... Xo. 20 Ralph. Brown, Mrs. Lousclla, 84 a....S Evans, C. D. 50 n Farmer, Elisha, 20 a Hendrlx, Mrs. Anna, 51 n Morgan, Mrs. Sarah, 16 a Xorris, C. D. 4 a Ralph, J. T. 35 n JHtAVE OK GOLD 8.01 FIRM) LEADER TO HE MARKED f . 22.3. 14.9' I Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Co. Streets. t !J y. Largest Insured. : : two-third- -- t la o two-thir- -- y. .... y. K 7' 1 1 v it .i. "" -- ... ... B 24.-6.3- pio-ice- rs ... m r SPECIAL OFFER Louisville Herald REPUBLICAN a .- a... ' $3.00 c n uj I:-- .t " I- - i? p fta? hv3T1i JJwCaK tM Bp a!x, ' tf J ' n..... v 1 . depar-entatlv- to-da- POPDLAflECHMCS iHAGAZINE -- i9nPLJPjp. " two-thir- - f v MAKING A BEGOBO! Mclhods by Which a PhonographjciKi.t Icollet, DlSK lO Produced. BUYING A DIAMOND. ANIMAL DISCIPLINE: WASHING THE EYES. If Money It No Object You Can Get an Stone. Absolutely I I f inciudim; ti.u mbio mat Wild Beasts Obey a Sort of Code fiucta nbovu flic Kirof Military Tactics. uiu iiiiu nviMuyimir uhto uuiu, iiic Riirfnic of llio tnli.p mIkiuIi! bo 40 Dur CATCHING THE SOUND WAVES.!.""1 of "BABOONS AS REAL SOLDIERS. i'criect, coioncia sioni" lonn oniy o rnrr font nt nil tin. fllniniiiiiln iirniliuiil They Aro Flrtt Imprlwnecl In Wax and 'a diamond in considered perfect In Thoy Post Scntrlos at Night and When Then Transferred to a Negative In formntlon when no (law or Itnpcrfee-Copper- , Foedino and Hava Front and Rear and From This Mastor Mold tlon ran be delected tinder the onll-thGuards Whon on the March A Wild jiry "loop" or nins;tilf.vliiir. B'ass used Horse Company In Battle Array. Records Are Obtained. Tina llnifu tlullta H t fllltlll lit tfk1n1af.J .,. The Ldlson nlinnoenii) h. tho cronlio. c. In these days of central Interest In .,.i .1... ,i..... phone type perfected by Hell uiiilTiilii-Kithings military It N Interesting to .,. nrfnntivi. fnntli. . ..,.-- .rr.t..ni.t . . .. .. u .j,.,. ..! ............... ... . know that certain animals aro govuy kiiiiiiuiuioiio .7 MCIS, i.ma.los. Iinlrs. ilnkr formntlon. Uliir ...... ..II I....H I " erned by what appear to bo almost rllb,,n,,,ta"y U,,0llkc that lii n Piece of Ice xvl.cn struck ,h, w"vBct,,P "iby n Imnimcr. The absolutely perfect military regulations. Among animals tho nlr by are nllowed to ,,' i these only the gregarious, of course, show be Btrlke a ilcllciitely held tllnplinicni, intone mustV free from ,, ", ho right ofpropor- qualities of leadership and discipline. which vlbra.es under the Wild horses obey their leader more ,'l , of the diamond is free Implicitly than nny soldiers, however sound wavew. TI10 vlbrutloni nro mmlo iton"- - 1I llntva or Inclosnres and IsH to leave usc).)1ncl,. MustnnBS 'nrc wnr. record on ,1 suitable "? . ( : iiimir u,""-u,.iifiiAitir '" '""" nil linnr ftr riinun dlOlcult to approach and almost I in uiuin. ami this sound record H used to " , . V H "" to iwrftirm the Inverse operation when It! n.wt nrc, possible to capture, owing to the devoIs required to reproduce recorded.11'10 t0, 10 ""'T1,,,?'0 n,Ul r,ca,"y ? tion with which they follow their lead" Bounds-t- hat Is. the record Is made tonot ,UTcct ,ho er nnd to a codo of signals that they ",0 8,0,,c' vltirutu n hcuttltUc OlaplirnKtu mid Fetfeof never disregard. Rct mi absolutely up lu the air particular waves, which! Do not pxI,0Ct A short, shrill neigh Is a command to fig- convey to tho ear tho Impression offiPerfect stone for nny rcasonablo flee; a long drawn, far carrying neigh sound, Is the rallying call when the herd Is The differences In the systems are In rmand excessive prices. If you want a scattered; a squeal orders the stallions Rood stone bw? to It that It Is of good tho way lu which the vibrations aro to stand ready to tight off dangerous corded. The disk record, which made r color and brilliancy and Is well cut. bensts. and a wild snort Indicates the the machine popular, was Urst nmiiu. The real requirement of a diamond bight or scent of man. The snort of a factuied In the CultpJ States In 1SU7. Is that It make a proper effect, and tho mustang can bo heard half a mile or Improvements lu the machine and liij'mliiute flaws which enn bo found only more. tho neeJIes followed I with a strong inl.Totcope are not Certain movements are also Impor,. To make a gramophone record n per.? worthy of consideration by the ordl tant as signals. At the first hint of sou sings before the mouth of a horn,? nary purchaser who wishes to have a danger the horse that detects It throws the object of which Is to roncentratof good stone, almost exclusively for deco- - his head nml tall high In tho nlr. stands tho energy of the sound woven upontratlvc purposes. motionless and gazes fixedly In the dlthe recording diaphragm. At the, nar-If money Is no object and you nregrectlon from which he anticipates trou row end of the horn are the recording twilling to pay ?300 or more per carat Khe. Usually that Is enough to put the sound pox and the machine with ltsfyou may hope to secure an absolutely entire herd on the alert. Should tho attendant e.iert. There Is n screens flawless stone, but for all usual pur- - y enemy prove to be bears, wolves or between tdngcr and operator to guardf poses you aro wasting half of tlionuy foe against which tho drove can the secrets of the sound box. On the money expended. New ork Amcrl-- f J defend Itself tho "signal horse" dashes farther side of the screen Is 11 hori- 'can. n rorwaru. prancing from side to side. fc rearing nnd striking tho ground. Should zontal table carrying n wax tablet, rotated beneath the recording sound (6 their most dreaded enemy. m:iu. heap WHFM Yflll RFT ANRRY box at a uniform hiccd. usually about gI)roaehlng the horse will elrelo far In Bcvcnty.sLv revolutions jnjr minute. As iuim "" """" "" Upon for one last look ho will snort out a the table rotates It travels laterally nt Influence of the Emotion Adrenal Glands, truniiet-llk- e n uniform speed, and the wax tablet blast. Then with a rush, Just above tlio kidneys there arc two! n roar and a clatter of hoofs the entire Is thus caused to travel slowly under a! the btatlonary recording hx. The small glands, each about as big as orr herd Is gone tho leader in front, the stallions In the rear, tho colts In the sapphire cutting point Is lowered so pea, known as suprarenal capsules adrenal glands. They belong to that middle. as to enter the wax three and f our "' tofourone.thousai.dihsofanInch.anaB,"nl! fou" no ducts and!nwhoso J? Even old. well trained work horses when turned out to pasture will generas tho machine, runs It cuts a fine spiral whlch I groove, running from the edge to the tlons. whatever they nrc. pass directly I ally select a leader nnd bo governed by Into tho blood. These two little glands him. Tho herd commaudor may be nn center. The construction of the sound box is secret, 11s Is the composition of play nn enormous part In tho physiol old nnd gentle mnre or tho wildest nnd ogy of hate. wariest horse of the drove. In the latthe wnx tablet. Tho next step In the process is the in The . secretion of these Uttlo glands! ter case tbo herd often becomes nlmost . ",lrt,nl,- - uuu ,ls secretion as difficult to handle as so many wild ca"ea reproduction of the record as a ncgn-tl- s iu .tM,,..i .ii.cnmiot be controlled by tho will. hordes, whereas the old mare will keep tivxiti. mnw,r Th. . X graphite nnd worked Into the grooves When It la poured into tho blood the! her drove In the most tractable condiwith n badger brush t make It dec- - amount of sugar In tho blood will rise! tion. Tho peccaries of Mexico have a batthen It is lowered Into In the course of a few minutes between tle cry that is never disobeyed a short, nn electrolytic bath of copper salt solu- lu and :50 per cent. A strung emotion, such as hate. vicious squeal, quickly repeated and tion. The wnx Is kept in continuous motion In the bath until tho copper causes an increased secretion of ndren- kept up without ceaslug. That noise nlln in the irliuul.s and simultaneously drives the little beasts frantic, nil withshell Is of n millimeter in 'an lnercaso of sugar In the blood, and ! in hearing rush to get into the fray, thickness. This iterative Is n m.istor. nml from tins BUdden accession or sugar supplies and nothing short of death stops their this n few commercial samnles enn bo the muscles with n much needed food, charge. If the hunter does not shoot pressed to test the qunlltv of tho reo- - ;So t,mt OUL'of t,le t,frccts of tho ecre- - his peccary so dead that It cannot emit onl Tho ninnnfnrfiirora. linworor. tloil of lldreiinlln WOUld bo a direct n single dying squeal bis only safety wish to make thousands of copies benefit to n man in a rage wishing to lies in lnsmnt flight. witiimif hnrtini. iiu.ir ...nKtr? tiinm. exercise stern muscular effort lnvolvl Tho peccary has nlso a note that sounds the retreat. It is a grunt some foro tlipv innko iltinllpiifes of tlielr l master br taking Imnresslons in wax ibocn proved mat tho removal or the thing like the "Woof. woof, woof!" of ' comnosltlon. from which working mnt- - adrenal glands lias n weaucntng or- - a bear as he dashes nway from danger. o An American guide who lives- in rices ntf made. Then copper shells feet on muscular tower, nnd an in Mexico, ran imitate. that note obtained from these in the same iJectlon of adrenalin has an lnvlgornt- way. Tho copper shell Is then backed ;l"8 effect, nnd not only does adrenalin and Knya.that ho can stampede a gang Inch In thick- - '""'!' out sugar from tho liver stock to of the brutes at will with it by n brass plate one-haThe baboons of Africa probably ,feed the muscles, but it nlso restores ness by soldering under pressure. .. ..1rr.i .i. luuiiiA- 1.. ..ii. i ..i..i uu . fntliniod muscles, nt Iprmt tpmnornrllv. ID have the best military regulations of i 13 iiuiuu xueii lue the recorded side lu order to wear bet- - S Ie '" n 'ut-- ' of hatred, therefore. R any of tho animals, While they are plnco they set iKtlWiilng Is ready for nro J the same condition ns men who g feeding In a dangerc ter and after the pressing machine. The commercial Mns putting out their utmost physical W sentries on every side big, wise, vet record Is messed Into some substance Jeirort. 'liioy nrc 111 a condition, snouid eran baboons that sit jtcrfectly quiet hard at noruinl temperjituro nndplastleRthey come across tho object of their nnd keep a vigilant watch. At n sharp under heat and very bard and smooth.lihuie, to exert tuo maximum uarm upon bark of warning from one of these outposts every apo ceases his occu Vnrlntm poniominils nro nmnloveil livtic ,ew loru American. pation, even the babies hush their cries different makers, but shellac Is the--1 on the instant. At another bark nil principal Ingredient. Shellac, wood Why the "Baltic" 8ea? charcoal, heavy spar and earthy color How tho Dnltlc hen got Its name 1st may resume work or play, or again. ing matter In certain proportions are junknowu. It looks thoroughly classic tho second note may carry a different used. "Maro Bultleuru." But Tacitus knew message; then the lender gives an or This coiniKjund nfter careful mlxlm; this stretch of water us the Suevlcsca, der, nnd all retreat rapidly to the Is rolled into thin sheets nnd divided from tho neighboring people of tbo denser parts of the forest. When traveling these creatures have Into sections, one for each record. The SucvL. and tho mime Baltic docs not eectlon Is then pressed by 11 hydraulic appear before tho eleventh century in both a front nnd n rear guard. A half press. Tho matrix Is heated uiid placed tho "Chorogrnphla Scandlnavlae" of dozen powerful apes scout well In face up In a mold, tho label Is placed Adam of Bremen. It is supposed to front of tho main body, now inspecting faco down on tho matrix, and on this Is linvc some connection with the great tho woods from tho ground, now climb plnced in n warm, plastic state enough and llttlo "Belts." Germans, Swedes ing to the tops of tho tallest trees. If material for one record. Both halves aud Danes call these waters the East tho traveler comes on a tribe of bn of tho press uro furnished with cooling sea (Ostsee) a name which is obvious- boons ho usually sees only oue of the plntes, through which streams of water ly Irujtosslltle for u Ilusslan. London scouts, which bares bis teeth savagely. barks once and is gone. Farther away can be passed, and tho surraccs ore Standard. the hunter may observe tho whipping cooled quickly. The record Is then removed, tho edges trimmed with emery of branches, as tho rest of tbo tribe Newton and Gravitation. wheels, and It is then ready for sale-N- ew Sir Isaac Newton never attempted to retreat so rapidly that no man can York Times. tbem. Should tbo observer tell the people of his day what gravi- overtake upon happen tho rear guard, ho will tation was. Ills very frank statement Choosing. follows; "I do not anywhere observo that they behave differently was as A dozen pretty girls were cavorting tako It upon mo to deflno the kind or from tho scouts. Not silent or cautious, about tho stage nt an amateur theatri- manner of any action, the causes or tbey constantly give quick, sharp comcal rehearsal when two young men physical reasons thereof or attribute mands, now angrily vhldlng somo lagging youngster or giving another a slap took seats In tho last row. forces In a true and physical sense to "So ypur girl's In this show, chr certain centers when I speak of tbem and a bite. As far as we know the baboons are said one youth. as attracting or endued with attrac- the only apes or other animals that "Yep." replied the other. "She's on tive powers." post a sentry nt night. Commonly tho stngo right now." they sleep in caves among the cjlffs. "Which ono is she?" An Explanation and a Hint. nnd when all have retired to rest you "The pretty one." came tho reply In "IIow do you account for nla remark- - may bo suro that one of their number seriousness. Detroit News. nil ablo success?" will bo wide awake, sitting on some - M..U!... TL c "I don't know unless it was that ho exposed rock or other point of vuntngc, Ellas nowe. whose sewing tnnchlnoHwns always too busy ou his own work 1 from which he can see lu every dlrec- stop nnu spenu time trying to no tlon. Not itvcn tho leopard, tho most tvns the first to come Into popular .. ..., mt it seoms. . tho orlslnatorlcouut for the success of others." De- - determined foe of the baboon, dares to -- ., "v. ,Pf. ,. r, n attack tbem at night unless he can of the Idea, as nn Kngiisnman nnu nuii reo mnchlno in I surprise nnd kill tho sentry. When atjimdo drawings of such a tacked they will fight In defense of 1700, nnd another wns in operation in Crowd of a Million. Paris as early ns 1S30. Argonaut. It has been estimated that a million their families until tho last "innu" is persons assembled in a crowd, with dead. Youth's Companion. Entirely Too Common. duo allowance of three snunro feet a you must take person, would over nu area of about Tho Doctor-Mad- am, Innovation. wniK-in- s moro exercise. I should aaviso seventy ucrcs. "DllOlns has a scheme for getting ug! every day. Mrs. Newlyrlcho--WnlUrich. Says It's sure to work." My dear doctor, you must "Well. It will do more than ho ever Warned. atteudlng poor )eo-dl(l."-Jud- ge, lie accustomed to . "She told me that I might hope." Itecora. "Hotter look out! I've known girls to A frown in the face casts a shadow organ loudest chants tholeay that when they Intended to accept The silent ..i-" . . over the heart. a chan," Puck. Ia reijmvui. master thirty-two n - Lit, ,,, .v- i.....,f ''v T? f8 J, - ... 11 v T' ";!- - eyes up as tightly as possible when washing, lu order that the soup shall not get Into oie's eyes. Manv of us remember, especially when children nre concerned, how much 11 strong soap smarts when the suds steal under the eyelids. Wo should never get soap In our eyes If we closed thera naturally, us In sleep. The eyelid is mi absolute protection. Certnlnly no soapsuds can itenetrnto the membrane, nnd equally certainly the way lu which the oyclnhes cover the actual Joint make It Impervious. Tlie eye. when closed lu sleep. Is light proof, a much greater test of being shut than the ability to shed soapy water. On the other hand, when we screw up our eyes tightly, which Is done by contracting tho muscles of the eyebrow and the upper cheek, n number of crenscs are formed down which the soapsuds trickle, nnd the eye. which seems so tightly shut. Is really moro open to annoyance. The more tightly tho eye Is held, however, the more does the lower lid force up the protecting eyelashes of the upper lid nnd thus prevent tho watershed that the naturally closed eye makes. In modern city life, where there Is so much dust, the eye should bo washed every day. The trick of opening ono's eyes under wntcr. which every good swimmer knows, can bo easily done In in eyeglass, or. for that matter. In an ordinary basin. To put the face down lu clear cold water nnd open and shut tho eyes once or twice not only will slve a feeling of freshness, but for those who use their eyes n great deal It will be found u great preventer ofi eye strain. In washing out tho eye. however, It 's necessary to be c'cful. Soapy water should never bo used, as In most lonps there aro chemicals of a drying and alkaline character, which aro ox ccsslvcly Injurious to the eye. Wash lugton Post. JUDGING A Also How to Shut Thorn to Keen Cut Soap Water. It is n common thing to screw one's I Children Cry for Fletcher's Tlio Kind You Ilavo Always Bonght, nnd which Iins Bccbl in tiso for over 30 years. 1ms hornatlm nf - and has been mndn litnlor Ma nm... supervision slnco its infancy... VtJ2;- All Cnillltnrfnlts. Tinltnftnna nml K.Tnnl.,1,. J i.... Experiments that trlflo with nnd endanger th0 health oC Infants nnd Children Expcricnco against ExncriiucnfcU. slf-im- fi. s"J " nnd nliays Fcvcrlshncss- - For moro than thirty years it, lias been in constant uco for tho relief of Constipation... Flntulcncy, Wind Coll., nil Teething Troubles and. Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels. nssimllntcs tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. . Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. . Is enhstltnto for Castor Oil, PnrcBoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrnps. It is pleasant. Its contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Nnrcotic? substance. Its ago is its guarantee It destroys AVonnss What is CASTOR I A Cnstorla a harmless - GENUINE CASTOR I A always: the Signature of yJBears In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THI CKNTAUW COMPANY. NU.W YORK CITY. ii..""""" PLAY. . one-hal- Frohman Didn't Agrea With Tree That Barrie Had Gone Mad. Frohman weighed n play by the Idea In It. and he never produced a play, however arbitrary In story or charac tersas, for cxan.ilc. "Peter Pan" without being able to name specifically the elements of buccess he thought It possessed. Stare k Pianos in Advance Sntislnc. tion Gnm No Money ... ... nine-tenth- s ln-nr- - lf mi-au- -- "Barrie has gone out of his mind Frohmuti. I am sorry to say it, but you ought to Unow It, wo are both so fond of him." said Sir Herbert Tree to Froh man one night. "lie's Just rend mo a play. lie Is going to read It to you, so I am warning you. I know I've not gone woozy In my mind, because I have tested myself since hearing the play, but Hume must bo mad. lie has written four acts all about fairies, cull drcn and Indians, running through the most incoherent story you ever listened 'to, und what do you suppose tho lust 'act is to bo set on top of trees!" Dut the following day Frohman heard "Peter ran" nnd ncceptcd It nt once. Long nf terward lie gave these as his reasons: "First, It was written by .Barrie: nest. It was unmistakably a iflno novelty. The most emphatic play In nny theatrical season, the oue that Is most likely to focus general public! attention, is tlio most novel, you can lestlmatc Its novelty by tbo amount of Oneness a play coutalns, for tbo com ;mon lu life, like the poor, Is always with us and can never seem novel Only tho flno registers with the empha. sis of novelty. Fcople go to the theater not to seo life ns it is, but as they wish It were. The theater's business Is to present not life, but tho illusion of life. Youth is tho illusion of life, old ngo the delusion, nnd 'Peter Pan' Is packed with youth: so I was for it." John D. Williams in Century. Homo of tho Chinchilla. The chinchilla, a little animal the size of a squirrel, Is met with only lu tliej AmloQ nf Tlnllvtn P.pnnilnr., Port, nmlr -... --- ., northern Chile nnd Is never found under a height of 0.000 or 10.000 feet. The Indians are eager trappers and hunters of it for its Quo fur. The skins arc well seasoned with salt and made up into small packages for dispatch to the towns, whence they are shipped abroad. -- nnteed LowcstNet Fact ory Terms P. A. STARCK 'DCSlOCNT Prices Eaai est A Saving oi SlOO to S200Fac From tory Direct ui merit: ia iiu fiuici We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' frco trial. 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She puts it tills way: "Don't go on the stage uuless tho feeling that you can rise to tho top within n very few years is so strong within you that It amounts to a moral certainty." Boston Herald. fa-rt- o Office and the Man. "What do you think of this tbeorj that tho offlco should Bcek tho mau?" "Properly applied it is all light." "Yes?" "But it should not bo mado an excuse for sitting nround waiting for a Job to come to you." Louisville Courlur-Jou- r ual. t. A MB FIfty-flv- e typewriters. Shorthand, 11 LesPicDe- When in Louisville STOP AT Playing Safe. "In years to come somebody undoubtedly will want to publish your life and letters." "Thov may co ns far as they like with my life." said the eminent and tstute politician, "but I sUant leave rny letters." Philadelphia Bulletin. Few Have It to This Extent. sons explained by Moving ture machine Seven big I 1 ECRERT'S partments Book- keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipassured. Position ment. Write for catalogue. 5th Avenue ? Hotel FRANK ECKERT, H. $1 Prv, lphlu X. r-.,- 1 "Pn, what is business tnct?" "Knowing the cash customer Just as well ns you know tho one that runs up Detroit Freo l bill every month." Press. Daviess Co. Bus. College ti. UUKUUT, Mgr. Incorporated OWENSUORO, KY. Up, European Plan a ya if ,r& h Kfl .JLJJI Dennett. He Is survived by his wlfoVliniQ 11(11 n campaign nnd they also wish us 9 Battle, (Mrs. E.illJnlUJ IIULU ITlLllAuE mul thre children fight whomever they point out for i;i a to cngngo. It Is like In former, M IW. uooper;, miisuii uiiu cbwii. nitPfl TUP Iiuvrt nccor.lln to Inw fit tk I'oitofflee! P While jet a.. farm boy ho ..sought YK --HI" -- M.aV years when parents picked out wives V . . Hurtford, Kjr., on mull mutter ol the rrcood 11. and husbands for their children. They 'a gootl education ami no nuenucu elM, school nt College Hill, Ky., nt De loinand that wo shed our blood for pauw University, at urecncastlc,i"MAVloXITK SAys lu.Itheni when In tho past they carcful-- I nnil rmp.5 ,,u.:sT C. SI. HARNETT, Editor nt thc Northwestern Unl-- J wailed us." ilKxi FEAR TO JOIN ESTILL HARNETT, Associate Editor?1"1" ir--i rm .uui -r vmxVt n rT rrfiUvc VV-- . Iverslty nt Evanston, 111. Ho finlsh-f- l This s not the fooling of this pre- ALLIES. hls 1,ternr' cou" at tho tl,Q Orthodox Church nlono; llat0 of toJe1 Address all communication ipmce wnen auoiu a years oiu. 1.11 ..- -i t ls tho un spoken feeling nnd nttl .. lltliuuiu n.,,,,,.1. K I10 mnnnHmn lio linrl of 11 fit ml In W viuumii. following Impressions of the tudc of every Greek. T,ho and was admitted to thc Ohio coun-- 1 A Hellenic officer a Slajor of the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ' ..ile,. 0, ty l.nr in the 'venr 1S95. nnd hnsl"""""- - """"""" Bnbaerlber dwlrlnft th pnrpfiit to n nw tho Itcv. Father Dakrns, of the Slav- - reserves, w.ho had spent In America i a practicing nttorney ever ddrtM must pi re the old nridrrM In making the! been ronlto Church of Urmia, Northwest many years ns nlawyer, told mo pas- 1 since. Early In Hfo he Joined the SI. IMint. em Persia. After the Urmia massacre sionately that It is Impossible to di- BninrM i.ocnl nnd XotloM ioc per line nnd tcfjj. Church at NoCreek, whero ho was fl vido tho whole world Into two camps i Y& per line for encn nddltlonnl Insertion. T jiIik t wi una j cui nus l,n mmo in Ttnrt fnr.l l.nvn """ "'" " ij 'Wo do not .like the Teutons," he priest t0 TMI . moved his membership here. .. oaMvro,,ltc ?rTXouXlTZr'Cnta0tTU- m . In O i nt mr Phr at nn rnr.irfnAa n..,i .u. smu, uui we ao not wish to ngnt w.tw. v.inouuu tviiibvio llilU UIO' Cbarch Notice" for wrvlrwi tree, Dot omerjwas niguiy respccicu 111 inu cuuuuns s gulsed ns a Greek Orthodox priest them, because they arc Just now al odTertlnemrntc 5c pr line. of his church nnd was a faithful ' PfPi WJW. JF3M iRH-I 1--7 I Journeyed through Turkey nnd final lied with our ancient enemy the Anonjmnim rotumunlriitlonn will receive no' Sunday school pupil. y, by way of Constantinople, reached Turks. Of tho allies, France ls tho on ttentlnn Col. Barnett was elected Repra ly nation wo adore, respect nnd trust. i In tho Legislature from Athens, from which city ho writes Jscntatlve ureece is crowded almost over- Wo trust the Slav less than wo trust Ohio county In November, 1S95, nnd tho Teuton. England Is a great counCvim.torlo.lli ... . ..... 123 served with honor throughout the crowded with Christian refugees CO 3To.rro.oro' Zu.tvis.1 nostly Greek from Asia Monor. It try, but we had rather not enter Into coming session. In 1S94 he was elect s estimated that more than 200,' any deal with her; we cannot trust ed chairman of tho Fourth CongresFRIDAY, DECESIBER 31. )00 Christians of AbI.i Minor have al her nnd we will not trust her. Italy! sional District Committee of his par eady taken refuge in Greece proper, Italy!" ty and served four years. Ho was al Ho paUBod. Ho could not find words' Deluding the islands. To the Greeks For President 1916 so chairman of the Republican State expressive enough to convey his feel )f tho Turkish Empire Greece is what CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, Central Committee eight years. ings toward Italy. I have later found of Indiana. In tho year 1S9C Col. Barnett was Homo is to a Roman Catholic, what feeIlnB toward I,n,y unlvcrsnl appointed by President SIcKlnley as Mecca Is to a Sloslem nnd what Zlonthl" among thc many greeks I have Inter Is to a Jew. The 4,000,000 Greeks ofl Collector of Customs for the Port of viewed, mtmxMM Minor look at Greece proper asl (Louisville. He served four yearslAs Another Hellenic army officer, a DEATH OP COL. HARNETT. lanrl tna pnnTinnlntnrl in tlin antnnfltllClr SOle DTOteCtOr. Jplaco by President Roosevelt, hold-- ! Under tnese circumstances who can' Captain told mo that if the war was he! The people of Hartford were Inex-- j jtng this position altogether aboutljustly blame the Hellenic government between France and Germany in big pressibly shocked on Wednesday) Jnlne years. He was National Pres-Bfhesitating and wavering in Its de-- l would even volunteer to serve In the! but he was! Just after noon to hear that Col. I lident of tho American Society oflclslon to cast tho lot of Hellenism, ln- - French army ranks, nga,nst the SIaV8, ! nollcc,,i C. 51. Barnett. editor and proprietor (lurln the yearg 1907.8 nndeiudlng tho 4,000,000 Greeks in iuiuhihl-i- i nuiy in- " nnu- oi uio uepuDiican, nan expireu a n nnrt tn tl.o nlonc with the allies? al"at WE ARE HAPPY BECAlJE WE ARE CoN-.SCIOU, ..w nrtlvo Bhort time before at the Forte a f p- - . Tmn in thn PnrH- - ,inva nf i,- wnr Irar,au,' ever' Grcck losl la temper.! .. wa. iUa tr,Mi ... h . v. . .. . .SVH .w. pltal in Nashville, Tenn., where hej Col. Barnett first gained promi-M- . Venezelos was willing to enter theij, IPU,nu n3 l0 De u,c MS0 w,,n ovcry3 HAVING TREATED EVERYBODY bad gone for treatment a few nenco In his talent for writing In theBwar immediately on the eldo of tho al- - Greek with whom I conversed on thc his; 3prlng of 1SSS, when he engaged innlles, but neither SI. Venlzelos nor International situation. They seem tnonth ago. In a maasure RIGHT WHO HA.S DEALT WITH VS. friends here which Included the? a reiicious discussion with iiov. H.ntuose oi ills rollowinc nad lmncmed to have nothing but contempt for Whole citizenship of the town andM Ford ln tho columns of the Hart-i:hWAKE YOUR-5ELthe Turk was canablo of dolnc Italy. AND YoUR FAMILY "Fight side by side with Italy? communitj were prepared lor tnejford Hcrai,j. in thls he hei,i hislwhat ho has already acomplished HAPPIER BY COMING IN AND GETTING (JoME ESU news, lor Uiey Knew UO was ininnIna p hornmlntr fnrrn nnil ovtornintlnn nf tho ArmpnlnrKi Never!" I heard every one exclaim. During the days when Russia was h. eri bcr.ouB piiysicui conuiuon ,... a few months after this he recimo in Constantinonlo has al-- l NEW THINGJ TO WEAR. ana uiai an apparently unavoiaaDiojcame cdttor of the Hartford Republi-- 1 ready given notice to the Athens gov-- l jetting the better of the Austrian. operation migm prove taiai; nutttcani whell lae was app0intcd t0 thel ernment; and this notice is written and when the Russian army had nope in sucn cases is powerless to at Louisville he unldl with the blood of the 800,00 Armen- - :rossed the Carpathians the official organ of the Russian government,! elst the shock of bitter disappoint Mie paper. After his terms at Louts- - ans in Turkey. ment when a human life hangs in vijle exp.ired he camo back to Hart The government at Constantinople the Novoo Vremya, published an edthe balances and fate casts the de 'ord and again acquired control of s holding 4,000,000 Greeks through itorial that I found In mnny plnces ciding weight aganst anxious solid the Republican and became its edi ut the Turkish empire as hostages in circular form. I was told that it tude. tor, which place he has held ever tnd saying in language unmistakable was being circulated by German agents throughout Greece and in spite For months Col. Barnett had jlnce. He was an excellent writer o the Greek government been ailing, yet his friends could md a good forensic speaker and his 'You Join our enemies and the fate of thc fact that Greeks cannot bo in' any foreign propaganda aee he was bearing up with stole talents along this line won him of the Greek population of Turkey tluenced by fortitude. His ailment was not much commendation. Ho was a man .vill be similar to that of thc Armen this editorial has already dono Irre INCORPORATED. clearly apparent and diagnosis fail it high ideals and definite Ideas and parable damago to tho cause of the, ians. ed to reveal the exact cause. Final possessed the ability to properly ex I am' surprised that the French allies. This is the objectionable pas ly It was decided that he should go He will be missed in newspapers which I daily read In the sage committed to memory: iress them. to Nashville, Tenn., where live his' Hartford and Ohio county as a good 'This weak nation of traders has. public library of Athens never dwell eldest son, Allison, and married itizen, a conscientious worker in upon this phase of the Greek appre through a combination of luck and daughter, Sirs. E. W. Cooper, and the field of human endeavor, and a newspapers do not favorable circumstances, conic out of eee what tho doctors at the Forte' man whoso friendship was ever loyal hension. These aven mention this most Important two successive wars with more or less Hospital could do for him. His wife1 and true. good grace, and now nothing in the fear of tho Greek government The Ilalkjuis In the Balkan acompanied him and within the! stop them from bragging. LATEST The remains arrived at Hartford WAR NEWS ter the fighting seemingly hns theaIn every cafe, ln every barber shop, world can past few days his youngest son, Es at C:15 p. m. yesterday. The they are not only braggers; they ended, Athenians gather, they sol But except for Isolated battles in Jlontc-negr- o. till, went to be present when the, at services wm do conauciea oy ev.M3mniv up to their excessive boastings and Blncerelv discuss this live Greece, according to Berlin operation decided upon was per B. W. Napier at 10 o'clock Saturdayg,,liase They have been dreaming, whllei Slouduy. what lt on en of the 0 advices, has requested Bulcarla tn formed. For weeks past efforts had morning. they, are wide awake. Interment at Oakwood. United State. Unofficial reports withdraw her troops terlng the war on the side of the West been made to build up his weakened from Albanian H. SI.1 ern allies the Moslems massacre our from Vienna indicate that Austria-Hungar- y territory and physical condition to withstand the the reply of Bulgaria Laughter Aids Digestion. will submit the issues of brothers in Turkey?" but I have not' ordeal, Laughter Is one of thc most health tho Ancona caso' to arbitration. If Is expected to be satisfactory. yet seen this consider u Wi6n ho was put upon the oper ful exertions; GUNS FOR CANAL ATTACK lation mentioned in any one of the tllgestion. A it is of great help to the next note Is based on sucli a pro Atlng table local anesthetics were Wednesday. still more effectual help position it will not bo acceptable tc REACH TURK CAPITALtwenty French newspapers I have Germany. A dispatch from Vien used to deaden the pain for the Is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. the United States Government, lt If na says evaraincd since my arrival in Athens. that Chancellor von Beth- -. Jfirgt Inelslons of the knife, and then f you should be troubled with indi- asserted at Washington. London, Dec, 27. The AthensEl am also told by many Greek frlende ffnatlrtti rrlvA tlmm .n ttn1 g is expected In the the surgeoiiB reached a point whero ov, llml TIiaw nr1 "W "Ji it.- 1 l.l,l, .rtrt.1 ntliot) lonrpnntVAa ihflt nn-Austrian capital shortly with full con a wnti rAt nirntit linrl ir do ncnl ie a quarter. Obtainable every. England. A British Cabinet coun language! awaynewspapers, Printed dltlons upon which tho Centrnl Powcomplete produce m cil will bo anethesia. Hci'3,111'11 rccent Btorms carrled held today and it is ex ers will accept peace. UUU1US "i 7 It Is stated that had been under the influence ofthe3u,u "7 pected will make a decision on thc the wtrt.lieross tho Narrows In the Dardan 'mnnllnnoil Milo vltnl onnalilPM tlnn. conditions will soon bo communii.ta Jr.,, t Bi,f question of whether the results ol cated ,i1delles. and that profiting by the op-"Greece Is not afraid to light i, i,i fully to tho Entento Allies. the Derby scheme of recruitment Jus FOR FLETCHER'S . with a few spasmodic palpitations, jortunlty, a number or tlie Allies'gagainsi notn uermany una uuigariu; tify continued adhesion to the volun ceased to beat forever. In the mean 5ubmarlne3 passed Into the Sea ofgsbe Is not afraid for herself, but she EiiKliind.Conscriptlon in modi tary system, or whether some form mindful of the well being of the gla time the surgeons had gone far Marmora. of conscription shall become neces fied form is considered probable in Greeks in Turkey." These Large numbers of heavy guns Christmas xreo Ignited by Lamp. sary. enough to locate thc cause of his Great Britain. Lato London disagalnstTaro the words tho strangerhears from A near panic resulted nt patcher say that tho British Cabinet the ailment and had ho lived long hied for tho expedition lips of both government and an Bethbra Baptist church of Habit, enough to be revived, he would prob 3gypt continue to arrive at Constan-th- o has virtually decided upon n bill to The Balkans. Germany will not this end, partisans. Tho German staff Friday night about 9:30, when a gas ably have entirely recovered. The inople. which will bo Introduced in vermiform appendix that strange Constantinople Is credited with thea It is unfortunate that tho repre- illiio lamp exploded and set the attack the Entente Allies at Salonlkl the House of Commons next week guns of tho foreign newspapers Christmas tree on fire. Tho church without the aid of tho Bulgarians, It and give thc organ of the body for which the doc intention of mounting these Government tho power is reported, and as Greeco always lias to act, ln case of necessity. tors say they have never discovered ilnd sand dunes at a great distances and there ls an army of them here was packed at the time with some In Athens do not mix and mingle 100 people, who were seized with the objected to plans for any invasion of the particular use had become en- In order to bombard and destroy the with the people of Athens, but take bought of what might happen and the country by tho Bulgars tho next larged and elongated and had wrap- vvorks at the Suez Canal. Tho IlalluuiK. The French nnd The Italian troops who landed at their cue from their respective em many made a break for tho door. move In the Balkans Is uncertain. British, ped itself around an adjacent intesbehind their new defensive rue Allies are adding to their up an ailment and Avlona have reached the Greek fron basstes. Ono will have to stay in Several old people and children were tine, thus sotting lines at this city only a short time when he pretty badly bruised, but there were strength ln men, guns and defenses dispatch Salonlkl. aro renortod In a ier posts in Southern Albania. condition which only a surgical op from British heailouarters Some papers credit tho Central Pow finds out to his own advantage that 10 serious Injuries to any except the eration could relieve and which in ers with a plan to bear down on Sa- - to bo well prepared for any attack public opinion is to bo found sexton. Greek this case meant death In either al$570 Reward for This Lion. lonikl from three sUteo, the li emu ns by the Teutonic Allies. ternative. It seemed that fate was Five hundred and seventy dollars neither ln foreign embassies nor In The accident happened after the truo Hel lights had been turned low for the forming the center nnd tho Turks against the patient from the first. by Triuif. the Greek parliament; tho is the vtward ofttred Kirypt It would bo hard in this feeble "unity stockmen for tho head of nr. lenic public opinion must bo sought tableau. One lamp started to leak and tho Bulgarians on the left and Rumania Unofficial advices from. say that Germany Is Dre- right wings, respectively. house, and exploded, some one In tho tribute and in these faulty words to M mountain llet; that has be.'.'i kill-i- here In Athens, In tho coffee audi parlng for a powerful Egyptian cam barber shops or in tho casinos. fittingly set forth the worthy life and hoffc for tho pas, two fa'.' ence shouted, "Fire, get out quick," In Tito West. Christmas passed paign in which Turks. Germnns and I am Informed that since tho be and several people made a break for and notablo activities of Col. Barnett ueits, coverii.i; tl: 'distan from had lived the most of his life ho lorjf, Ridge coi". try to tr? vicltt- - ginning of the Armenian extermina- tho door. Tho lamp was thrown out without any heavy fighting on the Austrlans will take part. Tho pro- Ho poseu army for tho venture, it Is es among us and wo all knew him as Itr (if Luwiston, : ty mllei or ioro. tion process ln Turkey, more than the window by Sexton Richard Crad western front, but the men on both timated, will number from GOO.OOO" one neighbor knows another. And "orty iinyVB huvo 1 een lr.ughtered. fifty delegations from the Hellenism who receive dseveral burnB about sides stood up their guns In fear of to 800,000 men. we knew him but to love him for to hav l'othing -- t Logs and . coll oi tn Turkey have vlsted either Venlze tho face and head, none of which a sudden sweep forward, by tho ene .. my. In the fighting near Ypres renoble character and unselfish los or tho King, pathetically warn wero of a serious nature. his 7,200 Store Slen Needed. cently the Germans are reported to deeds. He knew the valuo of loyal Thc Ion is a Ii.; ne, accatlng to ing them that a worse fato than that During tho excitement most of the Washington, Dec. 25 An addi friendship and he practiced it. Per i he icporta of a tor who ha taught f the Armenians Is awaiting Greeks audience remained seated, being lev have lost 8,00 men without gaining tional 7,200 officers and men ground. haps he had some faults which come t r.limiisc of lt. ! Is bell) ed, too, n Asia Slinor. enough to know thovmore by tho marine corps for adej to human kind who hasn't? but '.iat It If an old fellow. There are other facts that would serious danger of a general crowd quate performance of Its mnnlfnld Tuesday, the worthy points of his character Two trained hurtirB nnd '.'ve'e istound the neutral world and amaze Ing out. When the tiro was extin England. The British Indian ar duties In tho opinion of Slajor Genfar outweighed tho common logs ue In pursu't. Tho 1o..) treed he peoples of civilized countries that guished those who had hurried out bo frailties of mankind that wo must Ithe lion on Buckcyo Mountain, but 1 iave so far been passed over In sl- - returned and tho program of tho en my corps has been withdrawn from eral Georgo Barnett, commandant.as give tho meed of pralso to one wholcsthped before the hunters cocltl gctllence, which nro continuously being tertalnment was carried out. .ho front ln Franco 'for another field expressed In his annual report, made )f operations." King Georgo in n puuuc tonight. Blgnored by tho newspapers of warcommanded tho respect and esteem! t shot at It. Sinco the policy of tho navv Gen message delivered to tho departing of so many of his loyal fellow-men- , Sloro than $2,000 worth of stockl'lng nations. eral board has been to keep tho soldiers by tho Prlnco of Wales high- both hero and elsewhere, for Col. I'ins been killed by tho Hon In two! Two days after my arrival at Ath Ws offer Ono Hundred Dollars ly praised them for their courage corpt. at ono-flfof tho total enlistBarnett was widely known. Ho had livnokn. Sn Trlnlfv nmmtv otncVmnnCnim T wim In'rmliipptl tn n TllRlinn nf arisen from an humble farmer's boj Iclubbed together and made up altho Orthodox Church, and tho flrstl Reward for any caso of Catarrh and enduranco and "deeds nobly ed strength of tho navy, however, General Barnett has recommended . to stations of distinction nnd honor. Bpurso of $570 us n reward for ItsE'hlng ho asked wo was, "Is there any that cannot be cured by Hall's iono ln tho days of tho tho addition of only 1,500 mon, sixCatarrh Cure. These wero tho gifts of his friends. luead. Tho Stato Fish and Gamejdanger for tho Greeks of Asia Slinor? iblo conflict." ty olllcers nnd twenty-thre- e F. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo, O. Col. Cicero Slaxwell Barnett was Commission always pays $20 bouutyfil assured him that so far tho Greekt warrant We, the underelKned, have known F. J. officers. Cheney for tho last 15 years, und bellevo Secretary Daniels has askI Tor a born in Ohio county, north of Hart mountain lion. So tho hunterShad been spared studiously by thc him perfectly honorable In all business Egypt. Again there has been! congress for this enlargement of: ford, Juno 4, 18C4, and was there who slays this particular Hon will transactions and financially ablo fighting between thel ed olllclals. Then he complained out any obligations made bv his to carry considerable Arm. tho corps. fltty.-.pnyears old Ecclvo a reward of almost $000. fore" and Ithat tho Allies have no consideration ..NATIONAL, BANK OF COMMEltCB.u. British and Arabs in Western Egypt,! 'roieuo, at tho tlmo of his death. His father, Tho Hon does not devour tho fleshyor regard for tho Interests of Greeks Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, near tho Tripoli border, but tho re was Joe C. Barnett and his mother lof tho aulmals slain, being contents "They wish us to light In tho man- - acting directly upon the blood and musult ls somewhat clouded owing to! system. cous surfaces of tap the Jugular vein and drinkf ner they teU us," ho said, "and the) sent free. Price thecents rjerTestimonials tho divergenco of reports of London! Frances u. Bennett. He was mar-Jt- o 75 bottle. Bold " FOR FLETCHER'S Tied February 23, 1887, to Alice Deef tho life blood. Sacramento Bee. Rthemselves wish to map out our mlll- - by all Druggists. mko nan's remny rim tor constipation. and Constantinople. mmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Hrmford Republican. UL'lirC -- rnPNn IlKltlU i I I . - ir I I . 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We earnestly solicit your patronage through 1916, and assure you that we will leave nothing undone to help you in every possible way we can. Remember this, THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE co-operati- PLAN FIGHT ON anl, Ky., and MIbs Edyth DuKP, teaching nt Adnlrvllle, Ky., pued VICE IN STATE through Hartford enrouto to their home lit Dukchurst. Prof. It. V. Tlnsley, Instructor In WANT! 11Y Miss Efllo Duke, teaching at Hon of LEXINGTON CIIUBADKR8 InncunKOS. Unlvcrlsty modern Mississippi, at Oxford, Is spending NEW LAW EXACTED his Christmas vacation hero with his LEGISLATURE. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tlnsley. Hartford College Will J3cgin Ks Mid. Winter Term Mr. 0. Darnard and family, of Millport, Ky returned homo on the Lexington, Ky., Dec. 27. To abol 20th, after spending the Christmas ish commercialized vice In every city holidays with Mrs. Ilarnard's brothand town in Kentucky is tho plan er, Prof. L. M. Gary, of Dumas, Ark. which the members of tho Lexington Miss Nancy Ford, Bowling Green Vice Commission hope to carry out Business University, accompanied by by having the Legislature at Its ap New classes will be orgtnized to accommodate High her roommntc, Miss Elsie Burmcls- - proaching session enact Into State School pupils entering at that time. The Normal tcr. Ashland, Pa., came homo for. laws the provisions of the antl-vlc- c Department will begin its work then and a strong Miss Burmclstcr re ordinances which went Into effect a the holidays. on turned Monday. days ago In this city and which few class will prepare for teachers' examinations. Mr. Isaac Foster, of Central City It is declared, have already obllter Enter at that time. Ee one of many who will begin was In Hartford on business yester atcd tho old segregated district. The announcement that tho Logls day. Ho has the contract for build' work in one of these departments. lug a new Sir., 000 church for the laturc would lie nsKcrt to talce up a Christian Church people at Central State reform of this character was For catalogs or further-informatio- n, address brought out at a conference held to City and Is at work on same. day by Mayor J. E. Cassldy and Chief Miss Mary E. Marks, West Ken of Police Jerry Reagan to consider H. E. BROWN, President, or tucky State Normal, Bowling Green, the steps to bo taken In the event the HENRY LEACH, Vice-Pres- t. V. Marks, resident enland Mr. J. antl-vlc- c ordinances should bo de Jglneor Southern Hallway, Greer, S clared Illegal in tho test case filed in C, aro spending the holidays with the Circuit Court yesterday. ithelr parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. The city officials say they have lit 'Marks. tlo fear of the courts deciding adver Mayor Mrs. D. Woolfolk Barrow and sely to tho ordinance and ? & children, Mary and Woolfolk, Jr., Cassldy declared that so confident Lexington, Ky nre the guests of the arc thctadvocatcs of the ordinances (former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. of their legality and effectiveness' Dr. that members of the Lexington Vice gTaylor, during the holidays. Harrow Joined them Friday, return Commission who led the movement which resulted In the passage of the' ing to Lexington on Sunday. Harftford Lodge No. G75, F. & A ordinances, have signified ther In J held tentlon of going before the next KenM., at their annual election December 27, 1915, elected the fol tucky Legislature and having the! lowing officers: C. M. Crowe, W. main provisions In the twin anti-vic- e 5? Incorporated into a bill S. W.; W. H. Drdlnariccs M; O. C. Martin, Rhoads, J. W.; Jas. H. Patton, A'hich It Is hoped will be enacted Into law by the Incoming Legislature. Treas.; E. G. Schroeter, Sec'y.; Al bert Rial .Tyler; C. O. Hunter, Mem Mayor Cpssldy stated that even If the ordinances were knocked Appoint' ve intl-vlc- e ber Boarl of Control. oII'.citv ns follows: A. C. Porter. S lut by the courts the present Ken .ST' I L : Win. W. Riley, J. D.; .fames tucky statutes give ample power to : teep the redlfght dstrlct closed. Nance, S. S.; O. T. OVunnon, .'. Chairman George R. Hunt, of the J. P. Sandcrfur, Chaplain. Lexington Social Hygiene Committee, l Announcement. which Will be the successor of the M. L. Heavrin, A. D. Kirk Lexington Vice Commission, said to- Messrs. and Otto C. Martin announce that light that tho Lexington organiza they have formed a pardnershlp for tion will act with the Louisville Vice the practice of law under the firm Commission in the matter, and the M nnmn nt llllonnrln T.'IrL- - JR. Martin outline before the Legislature will be Thnlr ofHrnn will bf located In thcH agreed on by the two bodies if the 2Q same offices now occupied by the present 'Intentions were carried out.B 40 firm of "Heavrin & Kirk," on Main Mr. Hunt stated however, that the! 43 Aft, "&, street, Hartford, Ky., opposite the, proposed bill, Instead of being model i, Meir-tfor-cCourt House. ordinances, will ed on the anti-vic- e Y'v'y pre?t They will practice their profession probablV be In tho shape of an abate- In all Courts of this State. Matters a4 vhi1 IntiiHntlAn Innf nnrtli net to placed on' prompt In their hands will be given in.e For American wire Fence, call and careful attention. Their winch IB considered me mosi satis S. Carson. lOtf jlfrlends aro cordially invited to call factory inethod of eliminating com' Mr. J. F, Miller spent Chrlstmasson them. ArIDAY', HECEMRER 31. mcrclallied vice, and if it becomes a lth friends at Rockport, for law will remove the necessity INVESTED $.10,000 AND QUITS . 3hi anti-vic- e ordinances In the cities and Miss Maurlnc Martin Is visiting BASEBALL WITH $500,000 h., II. & ST. L. K. R. TRIE TABLE. relatives at Cromwell this week town ofithe State, For Anything Ybi May Need in No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. Under such a law properly adjudg For big bargains in Real Estate, St. Louis, Dec. 25. Tho Browns, j). 110 due nt Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. ed as being used for commercialized No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. sco Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, have been sold to Phil DeC. Ball, vice purposes may oe taxen entirely Ky. 7tf former owner of the Slofcds, and Ar. Irvlngton .. B:3G p.m. out of the hands of the owners by the HSXhSKS? Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:5G p.m. Miss Lula Riley, Owcnsboro, spent the first payment has been made to court and held until such time as the SASH, DOORS, COLUMNS, MILLWORK &"Tj ?iv Ball an 7:40 p.m. a fow days recently with Mr. J. C. Col. Robert Leo Hedges. Ar. Louisvlllo court Is assured that it will not be For Our Loivest Prices. nounced this today. 8:35 a.m.iney nnd fnmy. No. 111 Lv. Louisville employed for Improper purposes, The sale prlco of the Browns was , . Ar. Irvlngton . .10:06 a. m.J jmisb ,vl urace Tappan, oi uenirai $400,000. This includes tho holding Abatement proceedings under the law Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a. m City, visited her brother, Mr. J. B. company which owns tho grounds may be begun when a house is sus FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY - Ar. Ellmltch .. 1:04 p. m pected of being used for Imoral purTappan last week. Incorporated on it andl and tho Improvements poses or as a nuisance of (ny sort Wilson, Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. rs .. v Misses Mattye Duko and Norlne leases it to the baseball club at an M., II. & E. R. It. TIME TABLE. HX4j b and Indictments brought against the ch , : Baruett, Logan College, Russellvllle, annual rental of $21,000, nlso the owners agents nnd operators of the No. 115 it South Bound, which baseball company proper, 8:45 a. m. Ky., aro homo for the holidays. Duo nt Hartford house. The case Is then tried on its 1 , VIcksburg, owns tho franchise, the players and merits in open court and tho result North Bound, No. 114 Mr. John P. Taylor, 73TiiaarwTy- "WSW P. "f . fc '' kM C:15 p. m. 'MIbs., spent Christmas day with his all other assets. Duo at Hartford cheap quality, particularly now that is final. Ball is mum on tho prlco ho Is (Both "Mixed Trains.) trparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Taylor, German silk goods are held by the paying, but it Is known that it was city. British blockade. Rear This in Mind. V Americans were found to bo wear Miss Willie Smith entertained sloso to $400,000. A former stock' "I consider Chamberlain's Cough ing Mlssiesslo Gllllsplo returned to a number of her friends at her home holder was authority for tho statesilk hosiery more and more and Remedy by far the best medicine in Louisville Monday. ? on Clay street Tuesday evening of last ment that tho price was $500 a share tho market for colds and croup," says is a result, cotton hosiery manufac The original Incor for 80 shares. Miss Norlno Black Is tho guest of, week Lima, Ohio turers are making less profit than Mrs. Albert Blosser, ' BEAVER DAM, KY.' r poratlon was on an $80,000 capital reiauvus m Mr. P. L. FcUx, publisher of the Many others are of the same opinion. silk manufacturers.' basts. flits In various parts of the Pro B upending the Christmas m Miss Pearl Blrkhead left Tuesdayjnerai(i Hedges owned about 63 per cent, Obtainable everywhere. Office James Taylor's Livery Bars. ountry aro shown to vary greatly. Ibollduys with his family In Louis for he'r homo in Owcnsboro. of the stock of both tho baseball and are mak Sixteen mills in the South VHIC. r.- -l wf holding .companies, making his share AMERICAN HOSIERY' WISH UU11U rlnnM . dvmu.mo i lUHKI la annnrlltlP thrt ing Miss Alice Keown, who is teach of the purchase price about $252, ti:.ini: PROsrEi:as says,Ave times the profit, the report ,JV parents at Croni- r holidays with her of as many mills in Pennsyl ing nt McHcnry, is spending the hol- 300, Franx Rickey, former man ". vania. This is attributed to lower, Washington, Dec, 2G. Investiga idays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, ager of tho Browns, will be retained Mr w. n. Frost. University of. C. P. Keown. Department labor cost In the South and also to by tho new owners in some capacity, tion has disclosed, the Lexlncton. Is spending a few days, that the fact that Southern mills, being Rov. Cecil Stevens of Louisville ar although Fielder Jones will bo man of Commerce announced here. hosiery manufacturers, newer, are equipped with more efflcl American rived the first of tho week to spend ager. If Ball himself elects to be machinery. .Mr. E. A. Carter, of HuntBvlllo, the bllodays with his mother, Mrs president it is probablo Rickey will who oposed tariff cuts on knit goods, ent The report finds fault with a re- now aro making a profit of nearly days In Hartford Laura Stevens. Aff., spent a few become chief scout. twelve per cent on capital invested tall system that forces manufacturers recently. Hedges, long dubbed "Tall-En- d Mrs. Beutty Hancock has returned. to produce an article Belling at a magnates, in and could increase that margin thru fixed price. This system, the report MlBS'Bernlco May, of Owensboro to her homo at Mammoth Cave, Ky, Bob" by his fellow Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M, after a visit with her par quitting tho game with $500,000, better methods in the manufacture ways, does not permit a raise 01 a , Wdodward. ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie. quite an increase over tho $30,000 and sale of their goods. I CARRY IN STOCK, A LARGE A report on this investigation by few cents in the retail price, and Mr. Jno. Moore and family of I havo a stock of groceries that ho had when he came in with the experts in the Bureau of Foreign and forces the manufacturer to sell more i . with tho first : tV.' Ellzabcthtown aro tho guests of rel-- j I, want to close out. Prices right. American league was transmitted cheaply' s6 the retailer can make, baseball raid, investing that amount Domestic Commerce atlves here. and see for yourself. mounting ex Come living profit despite by Sec . Al to President Wilson ' iu tho Milwaukee franchise. U. S. CARSON. Mrs. Maggie Grimn visited rela-- 22tf. retnry Redfleld. It was tho second penses. Mucn ruinous competition though tho Browns have been the lias resulted, the report asserts. tlves near Owensboro during (the Messrs. William Moore, Park Tay circuit, and al of a series Issued in connection with Opposition by tho National Has holidays. lor, Wilbur Rhoads and Royce Igle- Joko team of tho A5IMUNITIO.V, SHELLS, ETC. though Hedges has been panned time tbe bureau's inquiry into 1110 manu Attornev A. D. KirK iransacii;uanart, university oi ueniucicy, l,qx- - and timo again for seemingly Inex- tacturo of clothing in tho United lery and Underwear Manufacturers' Owensbo-IjugtoAssociation, tbe investigators say And respectfully request are at homo for tho holidays. business at Fordsvllle and cusable errors, no ono doubts IiIb States. you to call nnd see the largOwing to tho death of Col C. M Highest profits, the report says, did not prevent a thoro Investiga ro recently. business ability. establishment are made on tho class of goods, meet tion. Seventy-thre- e est Hue of Shot Guns, Rifle j, Mr. T. "J7Morton, of Evansvllle Barnett tho Ladles Aid Society will. Ho was tho first magnate to abol Seamier ,vere studied, and sixteen States was tho guest of his mother, Mrs not hold their annual meeting at the. lsh bars from tho grandstand and Ing foreign competition. Ammunition, Shells, &c, Methodist church Saturday evening. hosiery, solely an American product. were included in the range of the Morton, last week. ono of tho first to make strong np ever brought to Hartford. inquiry. "Blrkhead and Aughtcr FOR SALE GOOD VALUE IN peals to attract women fans to the Is cheaper and produces tho smallest Mr, . margin to ths manufacturer. farm land, small or largo farm to park. Goods the Best and Prices Ireuo Cox worn In OweilSBJro i Imports aro shown to havo dropp Liven up Your Torpid Liver. suit purchasers; only sold to settle of tho week first easy terms. ed from $0,400,000 to $3,000,000 J. L. Hawes, the Lowest. ... Only One. To keep your liver actlvo uso Dr, Mr. HamTV: Render oi (Oklahoma cstato; Victim of Acldent Did you no- within tho lnBt six years. In 1909 King's New Life Pills. They Insure spent tho holidays with JMacco, Ky City, Okla., per cent of Ren-- J Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones and tlco tho number of that machino thatlmports formed twelvo bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. good digestion, relievo constipation, Ithe vaiuo 01 nosiery soia in America ihlt mo? auu uutuui-ui-, ui WHO uuuBiiiur, tar system Ibut now less than six per cent of and tono up the wholo your skin 1 Tjir. and" Mrs. Martin Tjiomaa otlMurray, Ky., havo returned to their, SI Botts Suro. GROCERYMAN, if of keep your oyo clear and goods on tho American market Victim What was tho number? tO unci D4.i;..u.ub j.uu uuiiuub Morgan, Ky., nrrlved nno., Hnw manv did voufforelKn manufacture. Most of the fresh and hoalthy looking. Only 25c. hi rtnHn V with Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. Laura w. H. HARTFORD, KY. J foreign goods are said to be of a iat your Druggist. 2 it tho formero' iatuer, wr. think it wasT Stevens. iu Thomas. - January 10, 1916, 5ftftftftflftftftftftAftftftAftftftASftftftftftftA'i? Many thanks to our friends and customers during the holiday sea- - J son for their liberal patronage. Wishing you a merry Christmas and happy New Year, JLGb, jvir'?itw.i i'i , THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Respectfully, ', S Hub Clothing Company K.y 19 Hertford Republican.? BE SURE AND MAIL US YOUR LIST LUMBER Jake J. r . UK. 0. fc. HART 1 YETRRINARtY SURGROKf' -- ih.m. GUNS! GUNS! y, two-wee- -- """V to-d- Shot GuViJtlf les - ' n, U. mwy S. Carson A -- w i VVif t -, Trt,t?lS'rT ! " . nf'H -- "I!."-..- I ItSti herW?- l I il a , s Pcrer.la to Sell Their The Big Fellows Are Eight and Even . f,. HOTEL Children 03 Clavcs. Ten Inches Long. In the whole land of Egypt there nro Sardines nro found ehlelly lu the At U Attorney Law ouiy two cities, Aie.ndrin ami lnntlc ocean, forming grout schools tv S Oldest, Smallest and Strangest " KCnlro. et mice Egypt win the grand- - banks extending from the cont of Ire- t r rench Dry Cleaned nnd Pressed in HARTFOKD, KY. Superior Manner. Of All RepUDllCS. test country of the world. baring as Aland to the Canary Islands. Tliov nro 'J. iMSHINGTON, fc 'fWlll praotlce Ida profcealon In IhU Einuny as ."uu cities, unt ine-- e nave ueen Jnlo found lu considerable quantities Send us your Garments and Ilav Bull Ion;; swept nuny or covered with In tho Mediterranean, piob.ibly loinlir and adjoining counties. ComnurcWJ Them from the Atlantic atiuute.l by IN THE PYRENEES. f tii? m.i of the desert. ft PATCH Jand Criminal Practice a Siwclalty. ft lu iiic.c iwu cull'. .yiumiuiiuii iiiiu higher temperature1 of the water. Mow RCnlro. nil the principal people of Egypt over, sardine llshlng Ii of less Impor ELOfAHf This Tiny Nation, Whero All Men AroKre3ide. while in the country districts up Itnnco on the Mediterranean sIiohm of Packages called for nnd delivered Really Equal Has Never Produced a Bjtuo MIc tucre are no towns una unruly Bbpnln than on the bay of Biscay and 3 gulf or Cadiz, whore the principal villages but only scattered settle-Ith- o Law ln'a,"cltrwhr''fool hotels Pane of Llte'raturo. a Bar of Music, .. ELITE PRESSING CLUl rtl- H tn A.. ..In, t. .m ........1.. .. .. .....11..... Il.u HI abound, tb Powlutta bctds.the l inn. ... .ui ...(... ...LI .,lt.. uiw .lllftil iv.i- -- iuiMltuill-.iiii-AUl IM1IIIII14 n.UtUU:. ri.i3.iuia. hiiu Painting Nor a Leader of Men. HARTFORD, KY. lut. Fcntcd. labs or fellnhln. A. lvn Null, Prop. It lsfiririnTtln"bMruIof.lt :j Mipans. W. II. IianKw uud C. ft These fellahs, though of the snmcB The suppose, a illffcrciuc betweon'sar For 1.100 years, since Its foundntloii jountrymen.' jlSmltli announoo that Uwy havo forio-t- f HARTFORD, KKXTUCKV. is u republic lu SO," (and no one knows Arab race nnd relklon as the people of 9Mines found iu various parts of the purtiUTahlji for tJio gouoral prac-2Uc- e for bow many centuries bofoio that). Cairo, ure very different In most other- ; world has been much deputed, but re ways. Instead investigation lias rictnousti-iUcrthe turban, the flow- pen of law, except cnlnilm.il and dlvor curious little Andorra has gone its owu cling robe nnd of gay slippers, which .tlintted generic no the difference exists, as the 5sasi. Mr. 6ralth boiuit County AUor- itrnugo way utteily oblivious to the the men of tkeclty wear, we Farm For Sntc. only sardine Is not a sedentary ilsli nnd In y progress of the other nations of Eu .1 half clad figure with matted hair and ihablts the ocean nf large, migrating is proventod frotu practjlclng micto Eighty acres of good land contain .. 11lla tnuti.nfl -- . rope. It has Its own Idea of the mean ftvitti minut- ti mfiot (... cn.it.ili ., (... .lit ct'tli lilnnl.'nnnd lit tlln jocatwei. Mr. Uarnea will Individually ..... ................ ., ,v ..... nf ....... .....,. . nvm.ov vi ui"M!w'inK UWGlllne. linrn mill nl mr .ml Tlil-- i ..vnlnliw Itu mi ing of life, and It lives according to tlir. vollpil Inilt 111 n rnlio of silk, horn Is ninl inlM lr tccet such practloo. Office that. A traveler outerlng the republic a poor woman with naked feet In a gpenmnco nnd disappearance, both do Kblll,i"ngs, situated on Hartford nnd Hartford Ilcpubllcuiu building, Hon-torTlie TowKitsn n rtfincJ. todny will find It exactly us It was dress woven of grass. One thing, how- - pendent upon the movement of wnrin&Kockport rond. Well "ami snrlnc on K" and restful. lit excelever, both use In couimon- -n bracelet, ,, ,. (currents, mid its partleular nbumlnuccKr.,rn. , . lent location on IVnntylvama 1,000 years ago. ...uM...u..-,u near Avenue, ISlh ami II Slreeti, 8: The fellahs of upper Eg.uit are very on the const of rjnllcla. Near Finis 4 11 is a republic which has never maket it a denrabte headquar(ITTOC. MAltTl.-jr. WAIlU.STHATTO.N' achieved anything lu Its long and numerous, but they ure nil very poor. Jterre. In close proximity to the gulfP, 0I Prlce terms, etc., call or address ters (or bridal couples, tourist lliirtliird, K.v. Crilllinrll, Kjr, parties, conventions, Schools and only stream, the sardine is iiMially UrstW BARN'ETT & SON, Agts vague history; a republic which has Their houses nro mud huts. colleges. , o sicep in, us tuey ure iu me iiieii nir iseeu. never produced u page of literature nor STRATTON & MARTIN The Powhatan""attracri"the Hartford, Ky. most of the day. Their food consists The length of the sardine varies from 34tf people of culture and education. a bar of music nor a painting; n reAttorneys at Law s Its proximity to State, War and to olsht Inches public which has never had a place chielly of vegetables, which they eatf four nnd JS'avv Departments, also to man? uncooked, such as maize, melons, nnd the weight from O.SHViS to IMtOSSO CROMWELL, - KY. or Europe anu nas nevot historical points interest, lu tue councils makes this hotel especially atWill practice their profession In tht er asked for one; a nation which bos gourds, beans, lentils nnd dates; those ounces. Sometimes u few are found tractive to a discriminating pub-that have a cow can get milk, and all measuring us much ns eight and three WILL FILL A WANT! Collection!, Dover produced nn ambitious man. lic Eand djolulug counties. can get Ush. Meat they seldom taste, 'quarters inches lontr. but this is exTheTowhatan ofreri""room Andorra consists of six counties and gjouuucrcial and Criminal Practice at ana tueir urcad is only a uair naueti tremeiy rare, and none exceed teny 'with detached bath at 11.50, boasts about a dozen towns. Its en Prompt 92.00 and up. Rooms with pri(Specialty. and vigoront Since the suspension of the paste of bruised maize or millet. Wee inches. The saidhie Is known bv manv vate bath, J2.50. U.OO and up. tire population is 5.0(H) souls. rservico- .Votary In office nmc nordlng to locality and devel gLouiSViile Hls t0 Ur.,for tuom- - ,110 1,lsur-v- - .how- "Vrte for booklet with map The chief occupation of the people of Weekl - Courier- V - v,..u:..u .. . .Ui..iK-im.-- e i.me ceim w ; Andorra Is cattle raising, and thou- - W ' CLIFFORD- M. LEWIS. e iui-- B " "w io..h uiuwim iciiuui. mere 1KIS Ueeil qilltt J.Iaruger. thousands of cows may ta.Hu,""K,! iat iJL,-c(.- . Mwithout-tlever ,.,.,.. present long ,ing , less than .!. I..". ..'., the pounds n thou-V ,....., is. Mil'L-- . nujuuiiiM. , Iu tne ncii pastures. J ujl-h- r ............. n nm.nnn . fnr n ,, twrw y ih.ii- L'.n. . w, u u ciuiiu. mi' vuiiuu sa ii "uiui iuu..vvi .1 .. t ...in-H- ... .. i;uriMli;i anil 11 lieilt: aid 9 Tllu povort-- ,,f n,!,n-- fellaI,s ls s0sIx or sls m ""imirtcr Inches UmsJ,UckV IieWSliaDdr tint ev&A und " ,...,.. tl,u TrrtramgigB or often of Bnt that n family tlm children Is Mfinp P rnnlli- - Ltirivn "me.lianillo." They nwB T II. tllA iromHIT obulntO la v l"v Uiliu uic uunuu,ul hlri nu ......v.. 1nTfiti fn ..- - uni'nnfQ .... !... If .v ...... M..v..,a .. cMf.lltt.w ...lt. Miivujtsi iii iiw IlinfJ fninAi'Jnnf eouutnr., or iij fiiooi..n PATCNTRl uilv inwiu niij'uiiiwii ililUinonexistent. rhe a ivnt ".w. Dairy products are v . THAT PAX- - 'Urru worn iLurvui, at our ricKx-kjLulIlllp4lill'y izi in inuil M?veil IlIluJ' iu .Wtii iy urum ui iiiut'iii wij . aticcvM. only cheese made Is that from thehS: .. . . . ... to Mt.nnn fromKono-niin'r...- r ....... t.. ...t ,h,..w.n,,..S HCWS, aS Well as the Mliera fc Tho most economical, cleansing and! ilwiiw.rrolfl.iielp jmi to"trj tor rncc mnrt .. .,.....,. iJioIucr rnj mill: of sheep. Visitors Und It irapos Itho expense of their support. Ion M jmrV rrrllyi. trnUUIII7 Pters Inches In length, welshing fromRnW? frfcn rr1iinrh1 OUn- goouh germicidal of all antiseptics Is PASSING RZrtRCNCCS. rorfrrl.uu. Bible to procure milk or cream for ' SK A. parent win sometimes mane a long6icS..i ,.i to l.ii.ol'.iii pounds n . . . ' iniiiaini i vi niiiHI aWV m themselves Journey to Cairo to get rid of his youngliThere is also a class of smallthousand their tcoffee. Andorraus 003-S0- B .snrdlntwastOneS, tlllluV CartOOllS ailtl Qovsnth QtrooKf use brandy Instead nnd think it is bet- cuuurcu. borne time ago u wuumu found In Cantabrlan ns well ns 0al.t;n.l5rn,;nne WASHINGTON, D. C. ter tlinn anything else in coffee. brought to a rich lady of that city an Jclan waters, called "anchoa." i'i1s,uuill'1liuii5. In S03 Louis the Debonnir laid siege Infant, which she said she found at the variety does not exceed two nnd oiie-There IS Ilf) Sllfll fivftMirMiJ i fc'n " to the city of Urgel. which is to the door of a mosque. The lady said she iiu.iriur iu mree luetics niui ordinarily es .. A soluble Antiseptic Powder tol led would take the child and adopt it and Weighs 0.17137 or 021101 toutli of Andorra. The Andorrnns. 'IS the by Marc Almugaver. took up arms to handed the woman ti small sum ns a sular Reports. bo dissolved in water as needed.! ;Twice-a-Wee- k Bid the French, nnd for their assistreward for her trouble In bringing th? As a medicinal antiseptic for douches! ance Louis gave them n charter and child. The women refused the offer, Owensboro Messenger in treatlnir catarrh. Inilnmm.itlnn nr GOLD ACTUALLY GROWS. governing. permitted them to be self blushed aud withdiew. She was the ulceration of nose, throat, and that! (tinted ny Mvy wood-on- .) As it now exists It is the smallest re- schild's own methcr. Ilnrtford Post no equal. ins it If In Certain Cases Nuggets Placed Inj mrr in.uuwu.ijf causcu oy icmmino Lydia nas Plnkhnm .v i.u...w w.i.. public In the world. It Is situated in For ten years th E. The National Weekly Water Incroase In Size. the Pyrenees between France nnd Great Hymn's Pathetic History. ;i Mediclno Co. has recommended Paxtlno It has been iuuu;,rm uuggct3 uu- - and .Snttirdnv flfi .r JBjialn. It is about eighteen miles wide in their private correspondence with Of all our hymns none has a more ". nctually ln - veek Or more), and IS UD-l'women, which proves its superiority, nnd sixteen miles long from north to pathetic history than -- Abide With der favorable crease in size. H, . . ... Wnmnn tvi, t,v i, touth. It Is difficult of access, ns there Me." The Rev. Henry F. Lyte, who regara. ,,,., . Gold Is known to have grown Is not a single railroad running through lt Ia wnr.h .. wplh. ,n Until thit year wrote it, was practically under senColUtr't has been Try the Twke-a-Wee- k Me3- - druggists. FOc. largo box, or by mail. tence of death at the time. For twen- - nine timbers which hnve long beena Immersed In mine water. In the Cali-sold at $5. 50. Noit Tho Paxton Toilet Co.. Boston, Mass. . years he had been vicar of Its capital Is Andorra la Vfella. with the price is $2.50-Brlxham, Devon, nnd it was on the fornln state mining burenu museumgsenger 101 a Year 111 COIllieC-- l B population of 00 nnd containing the ndnehae secured la Vail, or house of repreday ho preached his final sermon there Casa do toLn" with the Hartford Repub-- f aconccssion heresentatives. This Is a large sixteenth that Lyte. then nbout to start for N'lce. by we can offer it century building at the extremity of where he died, composed the hymn, Comstock lode, whero it had beennlican. Oillo County at a still further reduction In conthe town, overlooking the valley to- "intended," it has been said, "ns a under water for years. Gold had form-- W 101 DOtll papers, One year e nection with thin ward Spain. It Is parliament house, hymn of comfort for those who were ed In the Joints and pores of the wood. Circuit Court T. F. Birkhcaid.J publication. town hall, school, palace of Justice and altout to depart from life and not pri- Gold is constantly being formed iniSl.50. All Clubbing SllbSCrip-rock- s Judgo; Ben D. Hlngo, Attorney; W.J s o nnd veins and placers. E. G. Barrass.j Ic P. MIdklff. Jailer: hotel for the councilors all in one. It marily ns an evening hymn." Of the Special Offer to Our Readers: Clerk; E. E. Blrkhcad, Master Com-r- ? Is fllso used ns a temporary prison In eight verses only four or five are com what it Is that the i babv gold forma-l"0"- slKr?ntih .n0UiU..0e..iaU. .rL" ., Hnrtrnrn -kv hrnn J ..... mlssioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee!1 11 monly sung, the geueral sense of con- - iim uma vu t. iiv, nuunui t it i;iUBi Itccoenizine the crest demand for CcKut't at iiwu a,i., n cases when a prison Is neccs-'lafythe rare price, Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff, V the newand our we hive mide arranctmentlto rfTer it .Crime In Andorra Is practically gregutlons bavins eliminated nbout a new and wonderfully lucrative in each Deputies S. A. Bratcher;i (or the price of own publicationThis n one rar Hartford. a lirr.il t j CUirr'alonr. nknowii. The only Andorrous suffer- half of the hymn as Lyte penned it. Ruustry might be born. oiler an J roust be taken advantage ol ptoroptly. As in the case of the uulmnl or voce-!- ? ing imprisonment tire the smugglers London Spectator. Gtlmoro Kcown. Court convenes tirotj table, existing gold hns existed Iu Monday lu February and contlnueuN What XOU (jet IB Collier f. of tobacco caught by the French or some other stnte before assuming its ? Is It tho Dsnube? Spanish custom otflcers, and these are thrcu weeks: third Monday in Aurll.ti Ccllirr'i t the one bic. independent, (f arlrn present form. Waters which seep the It Is arguable whether the part of Dot looked upon us malefactors by J two woeks; third Monday In October. weekly ol the wlole country. Not only is it the W HUME two weeks. Kood citiren's handbook hut ft is also t Smuggling Is "? the Danube east of Belgrade should earth's crust are said to contain sub- I their fellow citizens. 5 maearine (or the whole (amity. Among the Court John B. Wilson, M County It bo called the Danube nt all. for on mt stance from which cold is formed. L Carded as a legitimate trade. things that a year's subscription gives are. Judge; W. C. Blankenship. Clerk;; - 1KU anunais aim plants, gold must J I C. E. Smith. Attorney. Hartford.tS 1000 Editorials There Is no police department nnd the map It certainly looks ns If i R l 600 Now Photo to police. Every citizeu lias the iow Bclttrado tho Danube tlows into theH"nve w'er orUtii Court convenes first Monday In eachj 250 Short ArltcUt ,gr 9 wrest, but this privilege is rarely Save, not the Save into tho Danube.! ao goiu m me water is deposited n month. ISO Short Stori. mcts with the proper pre Accordingly we find that the ancient wl?n 100 Illuitrated Fahirs used. Quarterly Court Boglna on theM cjpltant an earth current of electric-2 CompUta Neftl. .Monday In every month. The territory was once densely Homaus called the river above this 9, I IE, first 43 th I Court of Calms Convenes firsts-- Collier'. $2.50) BctafKeJr aiTC2 to its . . 4"J s"""-- rim rnplvS wooded und is .said .. derive..... name? point the Danube, but below it tho is- - Iloliornlonl 'In veifuiuuiu gruwui or some B' K' H Kt . 'tw;j-t- i "Jjji-x.. .. ... ismu i.,.t.w. mu ,.!.... iiu ...i.ii. K Tuesday lu January aud i. i s i first Tucs-:- j nunu irom tue .uoorisn Aiuunu. me puiceal ii. in..tn U Hartford Republican day lu October. thoft the headwaters of the Save are to be a It has been claimed that tho nug- rhiMr with treo.s." but nlinost nil 1.IM.JW M Other County Officers C. S. Mox-g- t forests have been destroyed for fuel. II found. Tlie name of the Danube Itself Kets found in placers are formed from &W.J r.' loy. Surveyor, Ky., It Fortlsvllle, 'JIjo climate is yuuuiunv torn, with ii has been variously derived from the jii'ie wniers mar. percomio turuugu uie Tom nines, n 'I 1 K'F. D. No. 2; Ozna Shulm, Assessor.B Kwl taila. VUG nnd agrnveis and not rrom decomposed KB "filTARAXTEED SEKVICE (thunden isij German "donncr" VJ DW'tV winters. The land Superln-fd- l ttpiaton, Ky.; 'iJ 4Jr"i-- H n't (fir treei and from Celtic aunrtz. as generally supposed. Those 8 chielly devoted to glazing for the iiu-l- . "tanue Ono hundred per cent II &tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. KUey.'-- l asji, Dwho so contend cite the fact that ini. fiJlPf- - THE LUtWlCOl inerous docks and heids. But ou thef) sources. London Chronicle. Bcnton.l tCoroner. Hartford; T. . value. Special work for W. fm ninf tl llUpitl.'l.l it BiUilll . r'.ttoaa Engineer, ilnrtford.II. lilU tWlUVl Ul imrrrfjila n crrtl ni.nlti llllll sheltered boutheru slopes it is careful-lO. W. Carlylo and His Home. iron sanu can oircn oe iounu. xiush do- cultivated nnd produces i WITH n JUSTICES' COURTS, W. F. STEVENS, When the great writer Carlylo was fa was tho nucleus around which the curEd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft mtoos. fruit nnd rolmuco. Tho local i Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. fjer 3d Monday In March, Tuesday aft-- h Industries are of the most nrlmltlveF engaged to Ml. Welsh the latter lu Erent of electricity created or deposited er ui Jionuay m juue, Tuesauy aft-V- v from tho substance in the waters, i M Representing Continental kind uud show little or no advance 2 d'ed her mother to consent that ,er 3d Monday In September. Tues-f- t I l.vlo should live with both of them undM'Just ns it is deposited in electro pint- 1 Marblo & Granito Co. Blneo tho middle neos day after 3d .Monday in Decciubor. V Tho onlv roads are bridle naths.S shale the advantage of un established ting. Populur Science Monthly. much ftA Fridayftlir Pnrlvlli lln. i. A. McDanlel. inRocknort. Friday - arnr. 9h a. OUGM5 J tlnllRn nllfl - , with the exception of one municipal k " after 3d Monday d I uu aOLDS March, Trial DctUe Free by say- She Didn't. And Suppose I iiilri.Mn ii kHnili .tmin,liiia jiiiiuiiii ll'ltli tlu : i ...i latter 3d Monjday in June, Frldnyn AND All. THROAT Aim LUHOTtlOUBLES. nil liiit uiii r swered II Ns Welsh's propoal A certain college piesldent wore side M O- -. ...... I ,! Mnn.l.,, l rond to Soo do Unrel uud Munreso bvij "'S that two households could not live f. . uu .uuuuoj in ouijwiuuc.,7;bs w. . a.b. M .T. . r i'19 f tliey Were Olle UUd tlint lie WOUlll whiskers. Whenever he suggested re Ilrillrn vnllnv. Friday after 3d Monday in Do OAUWJ'f nf thn r m.ibu.l HONEY REFUNDED. lmVu ""J' enjoyment of his moving them there was a division of y ueuiuer. the truest democ-- p ""0.r Andorra is . ... . till ulirt tvna till Ilia k '""" -Wedneadavb) S. W. Leach. Cromwell. ""v, " ," racy lu the world. There Is no noblll-"""'" ," "" "" dressing room, razor 1. "", uu after 3d Monday in March,, Wed-t- t -- Operated by ty. and there Is no cl.nu dlstlucUons. uw- - uUa'"K Vmt tlle1lu0"lcut u,e wwenter(xl his wife's nesuay alter aa Monday in June.rt &H&$&4ji OVCR 08 YCAft3' helm hand, with his right cheek shaved u eyes mas All men an equal, not only In the Witlnesday after 3d Moifday iu Sop-. pwwkuwv.. w ..v...s, itSfev&T?' EXPCRICNCE " v fflfcli,a. v f thn liu lii- Iti t!w riillfiur ennat if b jlatMl Lj.l rt . UgUtiiai. uiiuni-uu-..v.u ItlS fcrtikAl iiuiuuuta CompanyKtombor Wednesday after 3d Mou-How do you like it. my dear?" bolPlaflterS tho word. The urst citizen of tho land, n uwi in Decomber. f, asked "If you think it looks well 1 3 president. Is a farmer. the sv. v. uvuuuur, venieriown, sai-l- i will shavo tho other side too." Boston The Devil's Knell. Under New Management twenty-fou- r uruay aitor 3rd Monday in each The republic Is governed by Among tho futnous bells of Dews-bury- . Transcript. representative-- , elected every four month. T. QUISENBERRY. Yorkshire, Englund, is .one years. These representatives choco Qmt.h I3nlyr WlntAn uM..!., UD4U.I, n..n...i. ...amivu us "Black Tom Teeth as War Weapons. one of their number us president ot known was presented to of Svotulll." 9i Kates 151.00, 91.ua nnu 91.0U per uayaaiier zu in .Marcn, Tuesday; In A New Zealand dentist hns Invented which Ocsicris the republic. Ills salary is 80 pesetas expiation of n murder. tho church after 2d Monday in May, Tuesday CcpvmciiTS &e. "Black Tom" a set of teeth which can be used as n Meals 25 Cents. Representatives get a year, or 0. Anyone sn (ting a skrtrh nnd desert pt Inn may aitor au .Monuay in August, rues mis always rung ou Christmas eve. Its war weapon. "In a clinch with tho en quickly lurcrliiln iir cu'lnlnil frto whlllirr ait day after 2d Monday In Novoinbcr. 30 pesetas, or 52.50 u year. Intention la rnhalily ixuenlaMa. Comnmnln. Best In the city for the money writes, Boldler could slip iiti . . woa-L- , iiniiiPiriciiyroiiQueiiiiiii. riariuuut; oril'aidiita. uuauee, in.au, There Is no buch thing us poverty In solemn toning as it strutes tue nrsi over emy," ho or ms "tho nnu gougo switfrea. tllite.t fur sucunuir ltrnit. tue ;gpecmj attention to the traveling FirJustn. Mf.AW .V.n MnA...I .)UIIUU .. IIII tueso out Iff..... mouiu wu ( Every one has enough and nt exactly midnight Is known all cu, rm.lve- laacn lurouyii .uiui Andorra. nwclot nolUi, without iCHrvo, (OltiO March, Wednesday afUr 21 Monda Yorkshire as the "devil's knell." It uecit oi ins uiijiuiiciii ur tucu ou uia cur 3 bns uo dcslro for tiny more. Though PUnllC. In May, Wednesday aftjr 3d Mondavi tho notlou thut when Christ was or hl nose. I hnve used them on n they nro hard drinkers, cases of IntoxIn August, Wodncsdny alter 2d Mou-pinch to scrape out a rabbit hole nnd j ication nro very rnro. They Bjicak bom tho devil died. London Globe. ly llntnUft kly, KY. OWENSBORO, day In Novombcr. J A handsomeanysrleiHlua Jourrwl, Tarreet I ns n light screwdriver." Boston Trnu- - J u( 'limn. own language, Audorran. hut their Bon F. Rice. Fondsvlllo. Tuosdav' lY.l...,il,M21u', , Bg,a Wall jnwadialtra, a script Burnlar'a Little Joke. i French is taught nt tlie schools. Tho after 2d Monday In March. Thurs-- f Hew York uo.'6 "My good man," said tho kindly visschool system is regulated by the nun Eday afUr 2d Monday In May, Tliurs-jUnusual Loquacity. B. WaahHwtcM.UO. "u lu lut uulii"ir '" In after 2d' Momlnvn ... ...IIMVIMt French, and for thl service Andorra "W fc "Hero this author begins Ids story, ft r , Thursday after 2d Monthly In .No-' "uluu " nays annually to tho French uovern-Tho wugon groaned us lt creit up tho '. ..r.Ti-Kvombor. l , r ', ' ,r . "' 1)00 francs, or ri 1S0. From this ., YOU meat hill.' M nui-Ben W. Taylor. Ralph. Friday nft-Cluuin. it may bo seen that taxation is very 13 couldn't,mm' this time It muni, nvery "Now, that's strange." ter 2d Monday In March. Friday after f4 flsP JasaaIBW looks hut ..... Jow. Doctors scrv "Wlint'H strnngor ox .Monuuy in May, Friday aftor 3d' W-T- W to conviction." free. sionuay in August, Friday after 20 s.1 jKsA&J "About the wagon's protest. It has trons nonuay in Novoiuucr. a tongue, but yet It was tho wheel r n front ilfnll nrirt HARTFORD 1'OI.IC'E COLRT. spoke." Italtlmoro American. kKCALL PATTERNS Utter Lost. .....tiilnrrti.ia ... .....ii.. i.. ,i.,.i. ,...,.., mi ...v.'J ,. TriatmMt O. 0. Martin. Judgo: McDowell A Celebrated lor style, perlrct fit. simplicity SnS 'I.....KeatiydlKapKJlned about that L "vv' o. in iicsrli Foglo, City Attorney; J, v, stavons, rtlUtlllly ncsrljr 49 years. 1 The Venus of MIlo. an In the ,,'isilHwl: 1 wrote. ' btites etrry cllanJ town M1 fifWEAK CansJs, or If mail direct. Mora sold this .Manuiai; court convenes smoiM Moii huiiw. ...... m It Is said that tho base of tho Venus "Friends not buying ItJ" rach vuuuiry. i.......K.. S.WVI...W ..". . wis ......... 11(1illvl.. .mM ..lu.(11i ,.,,,.,, of MIlo, vtlth tho iinmo of tho sculptor t any other make, bcrnl lor lie (ittalugut day In Council month. Her. LUNWtr City J, C. Mnior: R ancient nice, they uro not good look- Interest lu It us yet to ask 11m to give? tion it, was destroys! for tho purposo IMcCALL'S MAGAZINE anjr otnti issmos Mora sutucnttrs tlisn T. Collins, Clorki J. l. Umh, Trcas. CONSUMPTION ing. Their faces aro hard nnd un- i'lii u copy." LouUvlllo Courler-Jour-Ev- f ronjulne-milli- on a month. Invaluablt. IJI deceiving a king of Franco into tho C, lliii- est styles, patterns, diesimsklnir, mllUnerj, urer. Membcrsi pi Council 1 J, 1. ... .. H you comely, but thnt Is becnuso their llvtn mil. mention this paper wo will send you n.ll r.i.l A H M'l.ll. .belief that lt wus mow nnclcnt thau It Klala sewlnK.Uncy rcedlewuiW.lulrJrtnlnf. nro hard. Tho women work beside ttlufltr, vuud stories, etc. UalrU tentfl I. Ulllwiple. W, II, llarnes. 0. M. iieully was. atlera year (word, double), Including a In that tired, run ,own MlnK, coutfrrs. pIm Crowe. thn men In tho Held, and feminine Gambling Is tho child of avarice, tho bubtcriba Udsy, or send lor ssmple cop Hartford Board Kduetlou J. H, lelsuro nnd pnlut nnd powder aro 5 brother of Iniquity aud tho father of. Tho sorrowful dlslltco tho gay. and w,?,, ON&UrUL INBUCKMCNTa n. Cursou. Ch'ui'n.i 0. M. Harnett. BtriUIH'rliON, York Sun. U10 guy the wrnnrfuUIIoraco. to Agtnts. l"oiUI filnes pitmium csuiofui 'mischief. Washington. Mee.; K. W. Ford, Trui.S K, T. Col sad new cash frlsa utteis. Addrtss ohw wnirjAL no. IfcCaU C9, IM I M Vt. in St. HfW WU IUI, J, u. uux. WsWsVVV 9 Often Drives CURIOUS ANDORRA! POVERTY IN EGYPT. SARDINES. We nock tlie Spots Out of ThiftV frXOro1013.Vl A I 'it LstlieS alia lYlell Garments wmm D.C. Otto C. Martin at i 1 n ciiucn ni cam W t t ft? Illl-il- 2Barnes & Smith Attorneys at m PE j i - .... a-- d, ni,i. three-ouaiter- 4 - - ""' "-- .. !., ........ "... ....,., - j, l,,? i .1,, v v - r.v... f -- f. 1 m m TRADC-MAIIK- 1 iu wuMErw I -- tih a rMO ..i ounce.-Con-ilPa- PCr vmc . Wmoo. nnc o- Collier's oniric S .. evry Collars in Cluba First Time ty-fc- a SKaVp rdClS ftheln Directory .,. .v.., j ' - ntl' I"". -- m.-iu- J.IJI 11. fiDj.nwaorii ;!,! $2.5a rtfi'rx O i v Bi h Cnr-Bgol- i'iuiiii-1-iiii- n-n- Planters House Hotel ... i?i!iiAJ"S Afctdr rrTl airi-nr- f tieesvefy .... ff - s R 1 iflHISH Scientific flmcrkaii. lV lui-auui- 5-- be-lu- g "! t S ,,r j"" g '- ". ,. h ..i.i,ir.SI ;... n Jl sviiFK l WILL TAKE OUR A lasVsKv "T,f ,,rr,r,n7Z.XM. . . ,.,,",.'.,".:;,:. '"a ""'""' FREE lftHm. Srr Ik IsssBm lK "ft I wi'm vt,m r . Ja- -- -.- 1- . M Reducing the Cost of Upkeep KEEPING QUIZZING A PIANO IN TUNE. THE CHEMIST. Bill Boring! Long Wetn'ntf THE INSTALLATION of I L. C. Smith vk? Bros. Typewriters is invar iaoly followed ty the discovery that the hills (or ribbons are much less than before. A large corporation recently found that itn ribbon expense was cut in two. This is not an accident. It is the result of the mechanical construction that makes the L. C. Smith & Bros, cheapest to maintain. The ball bearings give light touch and eliminate pounding impact. The ribbon is actuated by the carriage, not tbe typebar. Tbe ribbon mechanism is automatic, so tbat tbe ribbon reverses at tbe instant tbe end is reached and without added strain. Low ribbon cost, low cost of maintenance and tbe highest efficiency-tb- ee are guaranteed to L. C. Smith & Bros, users. DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING L. C. SMITH & BROS. 414 Main Street TYPEWRITER C? CINCINNATI, OHIO. Homi OffU. and Factory. SYRACUSE, N. Y. Drancli. in AH Principal Citttc 3 lWr E -- . Pistol and Revolver Cartridges That Are Dependable and Accurate VOU it to give you results. I selected your pistol or revolver because you expected Now, results whether incasual shooting orinscriousworkatthetargct depend more than you mighiiWalron ttiewise choice of ammumtton. It is worth remembering that the biggest men in the Pistol and Revolver Cartridges made forevcrysundard classes arc shooting Rcmlngton-UMmake of pistol nnd revolver used anywhere in the world. For the right ammunition from thesportsmen'spointof view, see the Rem- ington-UMDealer. He displays the Red Ball Mark oRcminjlon-UMC- . C C Sold by your home dealer and 3095 other leading merchants in Kentucky (233 B" way) N.Y.CIty ' Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will holp parents develop their sons into the host typo of citizens nnd Christian gentlemen. Its pntronngo is widoly scattered and comes from the best homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo mado early. Placo your son in this select gioup of boy 8. Writo i I B K K MffTHENEY & BSTTS For catalogue and information. Jiox A. rT"3 tTarflaTattfri E ft; s I Hi Hi Electric Bitters ! W1 Rusrwi wlwn venrthk In rwvMa prowtloi and km JHtwjfv jWlt hi, bfikV. U PRocuncp P" BertNBf Vl .1?J"- -' bUtU VOW.W. rl ' UUM, I ron KIDMilYtLtVarl AND rnc'JSLC k (emed, M rtiauunJe Uv twuo.1. f it.i tU uMafMtH rfiHl KlIUalMMbWM III KtfU ItmV mu f 4M SUM TiW VL, WISHiHBTWn. B. V lu.l,', stomach KiU'.U U tfw vf o Aahh'I SUA. tM W'r.lfT, wJ It Played. uriout and Amusing Experience of Sir The trained musician has little trou-l)lMaxim, Hiram In keeping his piano In excellent timing occasion to uhu some metal-,.- ' lune. Dut the nmatcur pianist, who mercury In liN London laboratory, just plays little snatches of this and r lllniiu Maxim sent bin man, Silver-mi- . that pooh finds that some of the keys out tu purchase "uno pound of iro In much, better tuno than others. utulllc mercury In u strong t,'lnss bot-- e The fault is not always that of the with u cork stopper." In "My piano tuner, nor Is it always due to tlio After Few Yean ( Ducearafkf I had gotten so weak I could not staatl, ,lfo" lie tells tlio story of wliut bap-ne- fact thnt tlio piano has been exposed to and I gave up in despair. CMdkioBs, Hrs. Bullock Gav dampness or left In a strong draft of At last, my husband got me a bottle of Silverman noon returned and said air. Usually It Is because the amateur .at lie could not Hud any metallic player doesn't use every key when ho Up ia Despair. Hatband Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com sreury. I usUed lilm whether ho had plays. The musician who plays merely mencesl taking it. From the very fin cA nt n shoo shop or n beer shop. for his own benefit and who is far Came to Rescue. "No," he replied, "at u wholesale from belnc n skilled pianist discovers dose, I could tell it was helping me. jcuilst's." that ho plays better hi somo one key, 3 can now walk two miles without Itf told him he iawt have made ff JJtofld conKOjUn.tfy, jie Selects nil blsg less of It homehow, und I snt down (music frfiin that toy. Tho truomusl-tiring me, and am doing ail tty work."L Ky.-- ln Catron, ri Ificrestlng letter plays nil keys and has no prefer-nd wrote out carefully, "Wnntcd-Ici- an . no pound of metallic mercury In a Eencc for nuy particular one. If you are all run down from woraanljT' Ifrom this place, 1Ai$, Bettle Bullock zrons BMss uomo witu n tori: stop-j- j ior nuy lenKxu uptime wo piny ui. Bmost entirely in ono key the notes writes as follows: '! suffered for four roubles, don't give up in despair, Trf ,.-.-- .. or." Before loii'r he enrao back ul said 5wulcu nro P9t used nro bound to pro years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman'stonlc. It has helped duco n different souild from those i hat there was no such stuff on "metal this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 60' . which nro used constantly. lc mercury" known In tlio chemist's The skilled musician runs his Angora while, and could not walk anywhere hop nnd that he hnd been to a whole-al- e at years of continuous success, and shouli place. As the shop was not more lightly over the whole keyboard before starting any piece, thus bringing nil all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has linn 200 yards away, I went around vltli him und said to the mail behind the notes Into action. But the clumsy in my leftside.1 sold Cardul for years. He knows what amateur usually starts without tho ho counter: slightest pretense of n prcludo or call The doctor was called In, and his treat - it will do. Ask him. He will recom"I have sent this young man here wlce for Koine metallic mercury, and Inc forth the different tonns nf tho piano. "No'planoTrijt be expected tonen relieved me for a while, but I was mend It Begin taking Cardul today. uO tells me Unit you have nothing of keep long In perfect tuno unless every!? -- mtm Write tot USIf' :ho kind." . ,.. w....... M.H .. ' rnnRnMi w UIJ u. OKCU1I flll&l Advisory Dtpt., Oifltinoora Mellclne Co., Special 7I,. 1M M ClMtunoofi, Tcnn., fpr .. Lt. ILL'V t U3ffl IIIKlIlt nH II11MH1 I1H nHTL.r .. W i Irutructions en your cue and .. book, ,, .o, we never nnvo any can ror it. ! , Hon k thai nnthintrcvmi i iuv &w.--i ul-j" w n m uij twu Traauntnt for Wama." Mot In slain wrapper. Jwia iiiu hch iiiiwuiuim uuuu-ji- tin ronllixl LltYinn la fhi nnn irlmci nnfna Ul. WW, nil OAV WJIW HM.VM .tUV7U UVIV W .UU -- I Ml.llH .l.q. .1.1.. T.... I.. Loqunl amounts of service, . .f. i . ..v... t e plnno. like tho voice, must be .". . -- rTl IT" 'evenly used to bo perfect Any one .. , ffi'"SHeeJMw'Mw who talks in n hlch nltchod voice nnd ,,, , ;,,,, trmna nf ..a "Then now docs it happen tunt you fnrth mm awM Wl ifi'",rf pnnnot flln ue" .vu w uuh . u".--ua, .. " B throat nxnort tn tnlfc In n low. ,. ItB-- n,, "Wo hove never lind nny cnll for mnA,,ytD,, h before. We do not know what It Is." a .,. Dna thn , .. w--i,,n - ..min. . . ""-.,n u.uiuuuu, ii ' Rpinno well taken caro of will sound les; lOIlS Or It h hnttnn It nlnrfxl Vtv n mnsMnn irhn1 a "Have you any bicarbonate of (Kit- - louses nil the keys than a higher prleoda ash''" Pone which Is only allowed to producolj 'Certainly; nny amount of It." the tones of the single key which tho 'What is bicarbonate of potash a lnmateur player can read best. New bicarbonate of?" York American. "Why. naturally of potush." "Could you let me havo some potash (ull of life and action, filled with the CARVED JADE. before It Is made up Into a bicar fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, bonate?" Its Great Charm Lies In Its Exquisite Ccrtnlnly." win mane Color Effects. Hnvo you any blchlorldo of mer is a great charm about the There cury?" stone called Jade, which, from pre "Yes; lots of it" "What is bichloride of mercury a historic times, has been carved Into ornaments and Implements. It Is am bichloride of?" Here I had him. I nsked him if it close grained, hard, massive substance,! nhnu-lnin nornllnr ItiHfnr nn tho out were his first day on duty. Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, I have lieen here twenty years, E surfaces and possessing n distinctive "No: Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of Fun," Articles of o'verhennl m color, usually some shade or blending! The head man who hnd Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best our conversiitlou. then enme un nnd 1 or green or blue. It Is sumclcntly rare: minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone said. "Wliy. of course tuo pcutlemnnlto prevent objects mado of it from E coming commonplace, being found only nulclcsllver." in tne nome. l nere is no age Curious v enouph. It had never oc- - E In moderato quantities In certain parts limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free curred to mo to cnll It by that name. E of tue world. Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION althouRli I ntialit to have tliouplit of! Chlnn bas always been famous fori let uj tend you Three Current Iuuei FREE. Indue, tkla Coupon with your It However. It Is never called uulct- - ST 1" Jade, and It Is found nlso In Siberia 52 Times a Year requeat. ETurl5cstnn. jcw Zealand, tgypt nnua sliver bv selentlflc men. not 12. E northwestern America. Another name Thoe who aubacribo now, aending $2 (Jreek for the C2 iuuei of THE COMPANION P for It Is nephrite. from the More good reading than you will POWDER HOUSE PERILS. for 1915, will receive The Companion get in any ot tne monthly k woru ior Kiuney, an oiu uenei doiu Homo Calendar FREE. IT .1- .. . .... 1.1.1 .1 v ..l magazines. it uau uuiiiutu rui.i utui A "Jag" Without Whisky and a Wolrd Kiuut .llc.incna SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Disorder. Nervous Much of the charm of Jade objects Alcohol Is preatly feared by the now arises from the exceedingly rich and THE HAIU'FORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH iler people, nnd rightly so. But they variegated colors of the materials. ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. oniinot ellmlnnte a strange malady thut These colors arc not glaring or conapponrn auiuiig their workmen In tho spicuous, hut subdued nnd beautifully powder mills. As subterranean labor harmonious, nnd the artists In the finIn compressed ulr produces "the bonds.' specimens bnve taken advautnge work in the powder mills creates tho est of tho various tones "powder house Jag." which Is dcscrlh of the distribution to heighten the effect of cd us follows by Merle Crowell lu the nnd tints their designs while bringing out the Vmerlctiu Mugnztnc: nn contrasts of color. A jKiwder house Is no place for Often the most exquisite effects are The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 unsteady hand or nn unseeing eye. Hut produafil by the vurylng shades of the "powder house Jag." a freak prod through the carved fig1.76 uct of the plants themselves. Is pome- - color running The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at hlng which no a mount of diligence can ures. Among the colors characteristic 1.50 orofend. Iirge quantities of alcohol of Jado nnd jadelto are emerald green, The Republican and Home and Farm ire used tu the nuking of smokeless "muttou fat," tea green, violet, "camowder. nnd the air tn the uhops fre phor" and yellow. Nearly all these The Republican and Inquirer 1.76 shades arc sometimes found distributItieiitly gets heavy with Its funics 3.50 den hnve been known to leave the ed through n single specimen. The The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald limits reeling and stupctled. while one rarest combinations are said to be of 3.50 crloiit accident was caused because a violent and emerald green. Garrett P The jxepubucau ana JUauy uwensooro inquirer 'nine fuddled workman throw on both Scrvlsa In Spokane SpokesmannevIow O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k he high pressure and low pressure Amtanthlne Cloth. mikes at the fciiinu time. 1.75 A welnl nervous disorder that steals Tho finest variety of asbestos Is The Republican and Kentucky Farmer ipon powder makers has been called known ns amianthus, nnd the most 1.30 powderltls." Treading all day with beautiful specimens of this cmuo from The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine..libber sole shoes lu a shop which n Tnrantnlse. in Savoy. Hence the fabric 1.50 'iigniut spark will change Into n era woven from usbestos Is sometimes The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer or. they get keyed up to u nervous known as umlnnthhio cloth. Charlo-tuagneuslon that never runs down, with the Is Raid to hare hnd an nmlnn-thinThe Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 tablecloth, which he once ordered esult that even when off duty they early Jump througlr their collars at to bo thrown Into the tire for the enter , u unexpected HiibIi of light. Although talumeiit of his guests. London Stand owder. unless It Is conlliied, does not ard. plodc at a spark under normal euu Itlous. n ixiwder shop may ho changed Mother Carcy'o Chickens. ito an Inferno of wlidtlre tu a tt'v sec "Mother Carey's chickens" Is n nautl nils. cal iiiimu for stormy iwlreN, those ilny nvbfooted birds which sailors regard THK wtth such uui. When u storm H lui Window Glass. 8EWINQ JOSELIY-VER-LA- X It Is certain that there were glass mliiont they collect under the stern 01 seamen be n ship, und superstition Itidnws lu Pompeii, as tho proof I MA .'wiN I love they I u umro foll.iw vessels with the In modern iiuiiiI In Its ruins OK linos It Is known that windows nf toiitlon of plckln;; up the souls ul QUALITY n arl,v as wrcttutl suIIjn ami currying them In uno kind wore glnn-f century. If imt heforc. tlitmch tho heaven, ihtilcii wait tint fairly Introdutod mill ' Taking n Chanee. I wuh done x lleiiollcl IIU(ii iiImhiI NOT 'I wuut lu help oii," said the fiiy SOLD "I Windows ir mUim4 won unl b' .rvui. Iioiiki'S In Italy us early a UT7 iimu. "but I I ulvo you h nickel I'm UNDER ufatld you won't nit It in pmI use." ANY r.li.uigo. "Well." roplUsI the plillmoplilo truuip ,aaaaaiaaaaaaa OTHER "n nickel nln't vtiuugh tur ! tuuoh NAM. MaMni It PJo.iianl. FMlrteht H Uio tlmt. Tkm't rY e llolil'lo ito urn tt man who linn mine Iwrm ulil, ur.uuuli gotol, cither, so from wBrKforttayaWyUkbw wwnwl am a see id hUtcn I'M )ii wiint tho lake a chalice," tuv'iior."-llrinliiuliWAHRAN1CD FOR ALU TIME, en ywr fvt, white IWvWHeywrtrwW irnnlilcr. Mr ItluUl Sir If yu pimiuMj tlm NKW UOMH you will U. tw, m! uy Va lki. Vm'X What utiouM I wiiut vllti Uvi life lUMl at Wm I'tUd yuu ajr,uu4 W tuka iwytWwr , Yw a,ttC'jrl HI Builnats. lUiblilo-O- li, ma tolible tuwnl lint. It. KMwUwtwl MafeSMI. IMH4I (Mil n baker I lhi ukI vIuhI4' "Tlisl uy yeoonliy lio ttinuultt jtwh tM Kl rwlWVWl tVtfUUMVrM. A Dt uui ii hii Imvv lu the pliuu uwy Krew Ime muiiowIioiv. Iutdvti Mull Quality lomly tu Uck up nil) iiumnuoiu vtHk ii cnh iontrlbuiuii.H Change of Olrectlen, -Hut, then, )uu kuuw i h Utkvr's "U'linl Uvniiii(( Hull limit who sail Itiiluvs4 lu lw nlwti) ready with llty th wn k'uhitf In U u rniulldntv)" djuatuM-lHllliAimrKiiii. CllWfWl Kiiieiil inadv hIm clniHkV hU "Ills HufstMHti. runic," rvpltal "IU imtraW lLaaaavvWI Ftmlly Jayt. HViVsr Hurled lis rwniliiV for oMtt hh4 tt4t uu tu umk n Hut Wvll. H liUi totuy, (or wvefi" WiwWhm liy 1 Kj. I, H. WI14.U, iuhitvI, m I'M bm UK Wlfe-T- M' ai r4U( IMatrrM, tm W 4 rM4 lMt 1ml Hkt n fiiitw(llW kwn. 'm't ii I - - art I ti " aVhLaWat VaAl iaUJaAaU 4t lWf hi think wuh IhlHM taV aaUaatt UjUl'a HiUflL laUAf TVT'a werl W tAAAat Jaer r"i nVIl U. iy Uui ILm Ufj Hu4hi Tr4H4 tH'tikatla aail MBA imUlll IOmMMb f o I- p Ji All the Keys Every Time the HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE " " m ,,.., .. .,.. rt 1 ..!.. ,:r .r,.. . K. .llll '"" I e ltuluUi "'"- ,. .,; 5HP iScYOUTiTS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 ? Mt. I.-- OUR CLUBBING RATES. Twice-a-WeekOwenBb- - o e Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. i NEW Hit-'it- .1 For Lizy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. HOME! t'r Ai'i-lIcm- Ul, Mt UgtJlia m at mrv 2'SMFWC:.F NhU 4 rnW aft "1 A aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaLejaa - tfa N 4 T- -tt HELPING TrtS PRESIDENT. MeKlnUy In a M'CUI.MXJH HTAMOH f i ' h ii r i Owonaboro, Ky Doc. 2, Tlioa loon men of Owonahoro nro follpw Iiik tho lead of J ,W. McCulloth, A Game That Has Been Played wonlthy dlMtlllor, who Imn recently rilU lOllff .llallllllO tolcpllOIIO wn Mini- - tnknn III neat nn n member of tl.V For Twenty Centuries. utod between two wlmliMVrt ruuiiliiK lo Common Council of Oweimhoro, nnd l;.i.lcr ui of who In hla iimldon apcech buforo tho. i ho floor of llio riMHii. hum. projfciluif from Mm fmiiiiliillon body declnred thnt Im la iinnltnrnhly LONG KNOWN AS "DRAUGHTS." if llio limine, wna ii faucet f wilier In oppoaed to ftrntitltiK n Hcviiho lo nny i ln lawn. One nitinilnif tli irmiimiI unburn keeper who nliould bo found Pluto and Homar Mantlonad tha CUma wna called in llio l.uitf dbituiicc lele- - ui.llly of vIolntltiK nny of thu cltyV In Thalr Wrltlnaa, nd Man flallta phono by Hccrctnrlo. liny and limit ordli.iiiicea, or wIioho chnrnclor or I.V IIK'HXIIfflt llllll llt'PII IVCt'lVt'll III W'llHll of (t Hava Baan Unaarthad Kr&m tlta repuliitlon wna known lo bo bud or nil the Ituaalii IiiuIiiii from the rznrnf Tomba of Anelant Egypt. to nnyono who ahoi.ld permit mil thu (Icriwiii emperor. It iimiiihi In hla plant of biiNlueaii, In tint iiicancnijcra' room of n lilu In- - oil Ihm I ho proMdcnt of llic liilleil ilualrlnl nlmit two boya Inn crtil iuodl.ifilliu uuU tilneo Hm Amorlcnu mil luted roinlitloii of (MO an tiillvrlyovcriichwl(crl(Mrilof ii'ilninli.nyr,, ,jt,r (,t. oiiiumnd of Coinil loona of llio elty of Owonahoro nine blnck mjinircH mnl moved lliclr "i'""vnl(luri'i', llio Oo.'iiiiin Kcnorul, In or. thnt nftnU'itieut wan iiiiido ImK frotn miiiiro to aipuiro with much pro lk,p (o imma mr,m,ny f action on the toon rccciti betlvr, tli; Hlemllly RrowliiK An old man chanced Hi"tfmr( of mcilltiKlna. ,,( nrinlcM. moHt recent ilovbloputont boltut the way nni!, lured by Hie eniiloiit, Mopped fl ,,,., KIK 0m, Tero clrcuhitloii of tho following plolc nihl Iwilinl oil. 'fnhliiK llie llliprllM or!,, , I)IIH,., ,,IH ,, t ,,, nnd Ita alnliin by every niiloon keep-o- r tho ilKlilH Hint hla yonrn wiirrnniod, lofl , , ' " . '" city; of !"' .'.1,0 ll.ln.ly. ho one of Iholr number 'Tor(homy own protection mid foi of my liiiliienx I tho protection ' wna n irniun (.round the alleni mnl hereby pledK' myHolf mid onrnolvei not lo noil IntoxIcjitliiK IhiuorM lo u kiiiSio lii Hllui.lly imi.llll.ll formaJ'P. l","m l1!" rnl "" r.',,,,, !!'.' mown luebrhilo or minor In m Till. " '" yu'r, V"; ,iluco of IiiihIiichh, or to nnyono for haa oxerclaed IIh niKoiniitlfiii upon thu1 "'""' iniiile n P l.iinmu rnoo for tvuliirlvH Hint cannot "Iiik ""' H Ilium, nor will I penult nnoiio lo nolao nml dbitnrbed llio prealdent. f ,o counted. "Checkera" In n now niii.iu treat known liiebrlnloH or minor? Ho i.xlie. open. To Uuullali tho wlmlowa boli.K for nn nnclont ipunc. In my place of liimlnokM If 1 can holt apenhiiiK peoplo It win Ioiik known im M HecrclnHm to wait n inomeiit. mnl ilicn, IimiiiIiii; forwnr.l nml looking mil It," In nil the liiiiwiiitfoH "ilnniKlitV nml Tho dmIooii men, who Inld tlili t tin? window, hiiIiT: of civilized men It Inn. it inline Tiiero "John, Hint wnler riiimliiK In the pull plodao boforn Mayor Illckuuiu, Hint- nro viirlnlloim in lliu way of plnylim It.but It U tho ffimltliir cliprhtiiM of our"miilp n very illxlurliliiK iioIhp, nml I oil to him that It Itnd bocn wlllliiKly Imn wry liill(ln over llio limit .IInIiiiico xIkiipiI by All of them, nnd they cull tluio Junt the mime. ripnxe turn ii on ror u row ed upon hli.l to unto (ho Council to So ninny thliiKii eoniu to lllil mil of Hlolcplioiie. (lie nnclont IoiiiIm of Unit It inomcnlii." iixorelMo Ita rlitlit of rofimli.K to mi) fttrlkoi. tho modern innn dm leiiinrkn. "All rlcht. iinijor." replied .Inlm, mid Mo how nmuy nrtlelc il.ey liuiled ttiruhm off the wnler he tilled lib pipe who iihould violate It u renewal ol with men In thono dim, Umu pme mrcx, mid llghlcd It. mid then, xlltlnu down HceriHo. " -- t but out of tonibf. nt IpiinI twenty ren with lib. Imrlc to llio lionir, Ihlened to turlcM old explorers, oN''imitorn mid tho couverMiitloti which the prcHlitenl (JIA.NT HDIIMAIIIMIH l'l(AN I'Oll IJ, H. NAVV tomb breitkeia Imve brought forth wn cnrrylnit on, plevea of checker NmnlH nml the illnloi llcrp wnn the ruler of n hundred mil. Which for hoiiio reiiaon mv nilled Ilium of people etipiKed In the trimine. WaaliliiKloil, Dec. 27. "men." And n aueh HiIiikh bue l.eun lion of moMt linportmit mid Kerloi.a ntihmarluea of 2,000 lona dlnplnco found In tomlm thnt were n:iiI.mI twen public IiiihIiichh. mnl thuro wiim ii coin inenl probably noon will ho aounhl ty centtirlcH uo It U PohnIIiIp lh.it moil Inboter IntriidlUK hlueiolf Into the for the Aunirlcau navy an a rcm.lt of aon.o tluio In very mud. older tomlV7iraiiHnctlon, but McKlnley wim not Im- loaaoua learned by N'nvy Departmnut explorcro may llnd rellra of eheekera. (intlent. nor did ho rexeul thla Inter In tho llrltlah mtiNeiiui ono of the ferencc. Ho dlclnled lo I.U Hecreliirlcn oxperta from tho Hurnpoau wnr and recent luaneiivcrH of tho Allnntlc exhllillH In tho Iyiitliin lolleetlon la 'over the telephone tho reply, coici'iit-Itia hoard nnd men of the ancient km me Unit tho Amerlcnn tnxm nlmuld bo llnet. It la poaalble, It wna learned to which ciuno out of ono of Hiono mieleni placed under thu coinii.iilnil of Hie (ler ulKht, that tho lint live atlbmarluoa loiiiba. Some of tlie oldeit of the tnii-ra- l 'man ceiieral on the condition Hint Ihbt Included In thu Admlulatrntlon'a live drcorntkuii of nnelent Hyypl Kovornineiit nt nny lime reaorvcil the year tmlldlnK proKram will approach p'lnyera oiikiikpiI nt drauul.tK, or 'rlL'ht to revolio the iieriiilNnloii, provld- thin aire, nllhoiiKli tho eatlmatca mil whatever the nnelent IlK.vpllnini n.ny cd the Killey of the army ho iiiiniuitud-I'- mlttod woro IniHed oil boata of the run In any way counter to Hie Idem, 1, 300-to- n have called tho untile. claaa, Clnmlo references limy be found o of the United Stntea. In coutrnit to thla diivclopment ol uraughta. If it vIiik dletnled thla linportmit dNt'lnto nienlloned I. and write that It waa the Invention of an pi.tuh, tho prealdeni liuuu up Hie re n typo of Blunt Mi.bn.orallitc, naval ollleera nro Inclined to betloro Hint l.lO'ptliiu whom ho called I lermet Trl' ceiver. count dofenao bnnla will ineKlatiiH, bat where and how I'lnto uol "John," ho wild, "I am through now, tho tho luformntloii are not clear It la mid j on can turn on thu water npiln." ho utiiudnrdlzpd nt about 400 totta tury cany to any tlmr niich and hiii'I. .lolm did ho and then, leiiulnu on the llaiilncemont, Thu i.nmo nhould be, window Hill, hii lil: ii man Invented hiicIi nnd him-Iii km inc. It la naaerted, l.nrbor dofenao rather Major, I hope yon are piluu In not. than conat drfenao craft aa It bur hut, close Inveallpilluii iiHiiiilly pmvea that ho hit on hoiiio iiilaptaHun or vail He Hint Chluee niictlnn nil rhtht. Von linen demnnatrated Hint tho aplien don't need In be loo dern yleldhm, for utlon of a very much older pi inc. In lliiillcd In Traelni; llio kciicnIh of a kiiiiio of nil of un Iio.vh me liehlud ) on." New of nctlon of tl.eao lion n hundred inlfea or leaa off ulioro. York Tlu.ea, aklll or chance uxunlly leada the Tweiily-tlv- o aninller auhmnrliiPa too far buck In the mints of nro Included In tho Adiulnlatratlon Hie pant to ho mile flint ho Ii.ih found Inspiration In Oroami. the correct mower, C'olerlduo iui.nI he added in llio INt proKriimmu for thla year, at tin call Thla Kiimu la iiIho mei.iloneil li.v ofauthora who have found Inaphatlon muted coat of botwuou $000,000 nnd llnmur, and ho recoutK the olwcrva-HoIn dreaiui, for ho hlmaelf haa told ua 1700,000 each, Tho oattmatu would thnt It wna played durliw Hie pP' that ho composed over '.'iKi linen of provide for veaaula of D00 to 700 lour rloj with which the "Oit.VHey" ilenU, the "Kublal Khun' durltm a aleep of iuko o( There la little doubt (hit the Orcein, three houra. (in uwiitiluu he wrote llHplaceine.it, InareaaltiK thu pluyed Hio Kiinie and Hint at a later down the fraumeiil now vxlathiK, but tho Heel of HtibmarliKM and i)ecreaa-l.ithnt of tho Hinnlltir boata could period tho Komnua played a variant tho Interruption of n vlaltor IimiiIxIuhI II la pointed out, of It, which they called "lMlninci.il." 10 accompllahoil, hla mind, Tho Hint Idea the real from early played ihroiiKh north of "The Ancient Mnrlnur," too. nmi , J.t.,jvii without alterliiK tho total expendiem 'liuropo nfiif wna played there at aiiuKeated lo the poet by a dream of ture proponed, utich a romoto period that It waa wild hla friend Crulkmuiuk And Klplliifi'a to luivo Ihvii one of the few HiIiiki (ireateat Htory In the World" wnn hut which woro not Introduced In that re Hie half remembered dream of a cone jclon by (ho Itomaim. FOR FLETCHER'S moupltiee youiiK man "London Mall. It wna ono of tho moHt popular imiuca I In Diropo durhnt tho alxteenth cenWhat Makta M'rrora Rtflaetr tury, In the Uhrary of Cotwrca aro HeUce; Mlrroru that aro made of kImnm have re vera I old booka troutluif of the miiuo. metal placed on ono aide of the iHnaa. All pnrtlen havhiK clai.n vkaIudI Batuuel Johnson oi.eo wrote a prefaeo will paaa (hroimli the ulaaa. (ho cHtuto of Jnmoa W. Ilurden, to a book on tho mime of drauuhta The lluht bat will not piiaa thmimli the inetul preaent tliom properly provou one William I'n.vno had eom which poicd ut tho expouae of iiiik'Ii tluio mil bucklnp l.luht haa the property of within !I0 dnya to front it Httrfacu that It eaiiuat rbo 1'IIII.MP T. BMITIl, Admr., lll,li. ll... u.tlll.. ..u It It.lll tt.,t,ll.l " MluilentM ut eliix'tici-nml eni-i- ' iililil'vuoiuiu', mu mum; KordHYlIIo, Ky. Ct2 LURE OF CHECKERS HV MOIIKI; LWKNHK Chaarfully laehtd Diplomats Crlila, At tho rime of the llner rebellion JluKlnloy wna luKInx a TroaMviit Lieeded rcat nt III homo In Cum mi, O, Llahn I 1916 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYBODY! beyond oxprcAsion that, wo can say to our host ofloynl customers "Happy Now Your to you," nnd v,o with equal 'emphasis extend it to everybody. Old 1915 has dealt kindly with our great nation. While millions ot human beings are engaged in the biggest and most terrible war in the history of the world, the dove of peace hovers over the Stars and Stripes and our peace-lovin- g people are feeding the hungry and starving and transacting a large percentage of the business of the world. After all, in summing up elements of our daily the pleasure-producin- g existence, nothing contributes more to our happiness than the faithful discharge of our daily duties and our honest dealings ono with another. Our intentions with reference to our dealings with our customers have boon actuated by the highest motives and any mistakes that have occurred have been purely of the head and not of tho heart. Customers, your loyal support lifts our hearts from this normal sphere and we gasp, to check an outward expression of our happiness. When wo look back and can count three generations of many, many families that have' been every day loyal customers of this store, we are glad wo are living and foul that our labors in behalf of our customers have not been in vain. Again it; is a plcMmufO . ,,., I I I I I Ssl ,,,, ,. ,T ",:;", .,. '"'I X " 1 1 de-id- d i 1 11 n Customers And Friends! This store is as much your store as it is ours and with Children Ory CAS TO R A I of ' checker uxperta and enthuahiala, Mar teua, an Kuullah i.layer, and two Amor- -- Kt. Mcholaa, Itiin., Yalea and Harl;er, hiici ceded to1 A Qtrman LtQtnd, Ihu fume of Anderson nnd Wylllo.- -i llie (lerniMiw have 11 leueud of I 'red Waahlnuloa rJtur. erlcl; Harbnroaxa that ho la not dead, but In an enchanted alecp, hIii with Cromwtll, Richard hla knluhta ut a marblo table hi thu 10 iraln Ida ami OHror Cromwell lilcl cavern of KyiThnuxcii, In Hie HnfJ ....,.,.,... Ilia hunt ivd heard haa ....,1., iiifimr. ffino'.intiiliia, mviil dm nu Ida Iuiih waa eaayKoluu and mulnblo and more lr.m-' vorlui tho in 1,, to apoita ihan to atalecraft, uiUlvtitl Hour, nml lw Hlia I ua walllnu the Uo. lord protw-iHiUo wan tho uvkuuwIiHliifil I1I111 free. I lime Hint A cuutotuei' who waa In (ho bank torfrom nil. , ims. lu May a.1. iiKu.Tuiuiuoui Iwuii will net lopu tvntiirleii l kept for wlicn tho rohhora eulered vn drlvon but viit lllllo Hkiiiu ua aueli. lie ho intiat atny for auoa. not relUh oillclal dullea ami much with tho euahler Into tho xtult, tin ferrvnl l.nvluu u oial time. Thovvu. 7 door of which Ihu youtlm could nut Pair, On ol )lera nilled him "CJiiueil Dick," uiul 1 luck. Webb looaeuvd hla hnnda tutil otlum wltll eaa reapeetfully vpoko of J Tho nppUciiul lor the wat of butler Ua Ihu baiullta left thu hulldliiH Ik cm, but lu other llu waa fmtm aouiowl.at I.I11. na "Tutublodowii Hick," Uiu vault door Ulid ob film! to ipilt when parliament told him reapucta fairly unliable. Al.uoat ua an nuahed out vet out, After I.U iibdleutlon, huw' uflor thouuht tho inUtrv of W li'"io tuliiod tv aliot Kuu. Tukli.K n ahorl lo ever, ho coudueied hltuavlf with trwllt put a Html M'wy- - "I aupponu ou aro cut to tho rullnwd alntlou Webb vou llu llvtal lit a kluyle iiuiiiV' alio tiakvd, Mini wen with dluuliy, cuulod hluunlf li'hlnd u Pllw of (lea i ywwi ''Ui-- er 110, 11111111," lu alammwvd. uulot rvilrwmwiit fur Aa Ihu buudlla upproaehwl Wuui Opinion, mid aw July VJ, W, l Uiv rU' oia'i'm twur- -. oriUrod Ilium to put up thulr liuibli nv of uitioiy.-Aruou- mit, Thvy fulled In pboy uml llio wmnt. Hit Obltcthm opeiiwl (Iru, Tli wioiiay m xvw WII HOHH lmi ncliuh'r-HvollUh Th fthraw. l. i"Vut l"U'l inmbio! rw. Tim krw wn ofiiHlly IU ikrtwftwll villur no the imuhhn ll'a Jm) wuuv. wb(k, whvn br yeung wuHlKclHlor-H- 'a riinui. lfHHiy wxjwtivM".-.,on.iiii- t M MpWh. wwUJ - mi KuulNhmau, and Wyl- He, "tho herd laddie, who were fa- mona etiocurr ptayera ationt tiatr n century aixo, Wyllle traveled all over. tho world playlmt coiile;da with local j AnUoi-aon, iiiiiina . a.. 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