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Tho Kind You Have .Always BonSiit, and whloli lias liccn
In iimo for over SO years, lias bornotho Hlgniiliiro of
S-& ,,- nd la been mndo under h!s ;cr-
TV TT?.. A,,ow to deceive you In this.
All Count or feltH, Imitations and "Tust-ns-good" aro but
ISxporiiuonts tiiat trlflo with and endanger tlio licvlth of
infants and Children Experience ayaiust Experiment,
What is CASTORIA
Cnstoria n a. harmless fuinsHhtto for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothintr Syrups. It Is pl-asant. It
foiitalns neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worm
and allays Fevcrlshness. For more than thirty years it
lias horn !u constant use for tho rollef of Constipation.
Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teotliliig Troubles and
lMarrhica. It rctfiilatos tho Stomach and Bowclj,
assimilates f 1m V1101I. rivtn- lnn1Miv ! ... ...! ,i..,
Tho Children's Panacea Tho
GENUINE CASTOR3A ALWAY
The Kind Yon Have Always BoiigM
In Use For Over 30 Years
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Call me on Hartford
me at Hartford, Ky.
No Hex In Militarism.
Ccrtalnly tho eminent women Bov -
erelgns of history hnvo contributed
their full shnro to tho warfaro of tho
world. Scmlramls of Assyria and
Jingo of Japan.lf we go hack to semi-
legendary ages, were chiefly famed
fnr Ihnlp liolllrrnrptiro Konnliln nf
Palmyru and Uoadlcca of Hrltnln
were not advocates of "peace at any
Elizabeth of England, Catherine of
Russia, Maria Theresa of Austria and
Hungary, Anne of England, Christina
nnd Isabella of Spain, all had reigns
marked with many wars. Of oven
Victoria the Good It was said at her
jubilee that there had been a war
for every year of her long reign.
Nor have nonrclgntng women al
ways arrayed themselves on the side J
of peace or of nonreslstance. From h'B families. Dr. William J. Mc
the time of Miriam and her maidens Crnnn, of Omaha, Neb., Is tho father
to tho present women have exulted of one of these much-read-about fam
in the triumphs of battle and bavejillcs. Here Is what he says:
Incited their menfolks to pugnacity. "As the father of thirteen children
From Joan of Arc to Molly Pitcher , I certainly know something about
they have, on occasion, taken strenu-'your great medicine, and aside from
ous lead In actual conflict; for which my own family experience I have, in
the world honors them. It has long i my years of practice, found Castorla
been notorious that France's Mexican a populnr and efllclent remedy In al
war, resulting In Muxmllllan's trag-, most every home."
edy, was tho direct result of tho In- Charles II. Fletcher has recplved
trigues of Empress Eugenie and hundreds of letters from prominent
"Poor Carlotta." ' physicians who have the same esteem
Tho matrons of Imperial Itonic, for Castorla that Dr. McCrann has.
tho women of the Medlcis and Bour-
hons, were never exponents of peace
ful humanlturlsm. The women of
the French revolution were as blood-
thirsty as the men.
Nor docs the disposition of wom
en iu our own day reverse the record
of history. One of the features of .lays reverisitness and prevents loss
our civil war upon which the whole of sleep, and this absolutely without
nation looks with most pride was tho J the use of opium, morphine or other
day In which tho women, both Nortli , baneful narcotic,
and South, displayed militant zeal Medical Journals are reluctant to
and self-sacrlilce, urging their broth-' discuss propreitary medicines. Hall's
ers, husbands, sone and lovers to en-' Journal of Health, however, says:
list In tho army, and scoring as cow- "Our duty Is to expose danger and
nrds unworthy of their regard those record the means for advancing
who would not do so. It was one health. The day for poisoning In
of the foremost pioneers of the move- jnocent children through greed or lg
nients for women's emancipation who , noranco ought to end. To our know
wrote "The Dattle Hhyn of the Ite-' ledge Castorla Is a remedy which pro
public." duces composurenad health by regu
In Europe today tho same rulo latlng the system, not by stupefying
holds good. The women of every
belligerent land, Including many of
the foremost suffragists, aro urging
the men to enlist, and so fight the
war oftt to the bitter end. There Is
not In history, nor In contemporary
observation, any disproof of tho
poet's saying that "the female of the
Buecies is more deadly than the
male." As least la the human spe
cies she Is fully as militant as he.
There Is no sex In militarism. From
the North American Review.
Women of the Farms.
The circular sent to women living
on farms, by Secretary of Agriculture
Houston, Inviting them to state what
they most need In their large share
of the business of agriculture has
brought many thousand replles.whlch
have been duly classified and. will be
kept under consideration. In the
main the objections urged in this
response by letter refer to a small re
turn In money for woman's labor, to
drudgery, and to lack of social Inter
course. Tho desire Is for better
household conveniences, especially In
the water supply, lighting, sewage,
and time-saving equipment general
ly In tho kitchen. More leisure Is
asked for reading, training of chil
dren, social life and recreation. Some
of the letters go Into the abstract
question of happiness In the home,
but It Is clear that the government
cannot undertake to supply this to or
der, either In rural places or In tho
cities. In nny caso, progress must
depond chiefly on individual efforts, i
nnd these vary as much as the results.
Ilut much of the work on farms Is In J
poor adjustment, and hero Is certain
ly a field for betterment. The ener
getic support of practical reforms,
both by farmers and their wives, a
cheerful zeal, the Intelligent arrange
ment of tho labors performed, will bo
a good start for all concerned. Globe
House und Lot For Sale.
Wa have for sale a lot contain
ing ?i acre In old Fair ground ad
dition on tho pike, with 5 room cot
tage, good bam and all buildings.
Fine woll of water. About 50 young
fruit trees beginning to bear,
Would bo a flno location for some
one desiring to tako advantage of
County High School. Terms reason
able. BARNETT & SON,
Hartford, Ky. v
litre's A Wny To Save Doctor li lis.
It's a matter of general Interest to a wrinkle aboot It? Tha's right, I
Just now how one's physical condition I awm. Now, hark tha! When tha
can bo got Into shape to best recelvo'rlso to meek thy spoych, hit table
the benefits of the summer season, and oppen thy mawth. If nowt
Especially is this true of the children. ! comes, tak' a sup o' water an' hit
They have become run down by a
winter of unatural manner of living
because of Ill-considered food and comes, tak' thjsen oft and, leave pub
much time spont Indoors. Spring He spekln. to such as me., "
I comes with Us unshlnc, Its fresh veg-
lclablcs nn(1 nU c,so Invigorating, but
tho ch,ldren nro In no condition to
rcce,vo "nturo's remedies,
; Many Parents call In tho family
Phy'cnn- Many other parents tako
"lvantago of what the physlcln told
1 lu'" W"K" "O was Iirsi caiieU in COI1-
sulfation. All good family physici
ans say: "Give tho children Cbb-
jtorla." Healthy pnrents know this
remedy of old, for they took It them
selves as children. It was more than
thirty years ago that Castorla made
a placo for Itself In tho household.
It horo tlic signature of Charles H.
Fletcher then, as It docs to-day. Tho
nature Is its guarantee, which Is
accepted in thousands of homes
where there are children.
Much is printed nowadays about
Not only in their own families, but
they prescribe It for their patients.
First of all It Is a vegetable prepara-
i tlno which assimilates the food and
regulates the stomach and bowels.
After cdttng conies sleeping, and Cas
torla looks out for that too. It al-
It. and our readers are. entitled to
Farm, Near Wliltesvllle, For Sale.
We have listed with us a good 108
acre tarm 4 Vi miles South of
. Whltpsvlllp. nhmit linlf nf It hnttnni
am, forty acr(Jg ,n Umber n
cludlncJig. gum., besides various other
trees., No buildings. See us for
BARNETT & SON, Agents.
Kvery Village Has One.
There's a nice little lady In our
village who Is a natural born col
lector. When the public library
needs a new carpet; when the little
church needs money for the install
ment on an organ; when a family,
deserving or undeserving. Is so up
against it as' to stand In need of finan
cial aid in these and many other
emergencies does this woman hustle
out with the subscription paper and
come back with the kale.
Recently there was an orphan child
to be sent away to distant (both
ways) relatives. The expense was
$7.50, and our collection expert start
ed out to get 75 cents each from ten
prominent citizens. Tho first man
slio called on came across with n
"I haven't got the change," she
"That'll be all right," he told her.
Hut she wouldn't have It that way.
He was to send his little boy along
with her and he was to take back a
qunrter out of the next 75 cents she
collected. Fifteen minutes later the
child rushed Into tho house, crying.
"She gimme the quarter," he ex
plained, "an" I put It In my mouth
so t wouldn't lost it an I've swal-
''Run back to her as fast as you
can," cried the father, "and tell her
about it. She'll fix you, all right
she' can get money out of anybody!"
CASTO R 1 A
Receipt For Oratory.
A politician at the end of a speech
was congratulated for his oratory.
"What is your recipe for good ora
tory?" a reporter asked.
"I am afraid oratory comes natur
al," was tho reply. "There is, though,
one recipe for it old Job Wnlmby's,
but It hardly satisfactory.
" 'Tha wants to bo a public spoy-
ker, does that, lad,?' J.ob Jn.bjs York-,
shlro dialect, would say; 'an' that
theuks Awm tho chep to put that up
table again. Thin oppen thy mawth
wider than afoor. Then. If nowt
FOR FIVE YEARS
Majority of Friends Thought Mr.
Hughes Would Die, But
One Helped Him' to
Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad
vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows : "I was down with
stomach trouble for five (5) years, and
would have sick headache so bad, at
times, that I thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments, but they
did not seem to do me any good.
1 got so bad, I could not eat or sleep,
and all my friends, except one, thought I
would die. He advised me to fry
Thedford's Black-Draught, and quit
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taking other medicines. I decided
take his advice, although I did not I
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I have now been taking Black-DraugM
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USE LI V-VER-L AX
For Lazy Liver and
the Troubles o
Feellrlght all tho time. Don't lay oflt
from work for days by taking calomel
when pleasant tiv Vtr-Lax keeps yo
on your feet, whiloreliovlngyour troub.
le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't
tako anything else. You can't afford
it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys
tem and relieves constipation. A nat
ural remedy, natural in rtsactions, suro
in its effect and cortain in results. It
won't bo long before Lid Vcr-Lax will
completely displace calomel, in evert
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genuine without the likeness and signa
ture of L. K. Grittby. For sale by
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Por pslri In b tiack R irood remedy
U Dr. Miles Antl'fala 1'IIU.