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upwmi rmfmmfmm ""VJHWTJHT 1 ! ' WKDNKHDAV, MAOCff'lH, lll. l'AGB KlflHT. THE HARTFORD HERALD M Remarkable Introductory OfferJ I f i If ii FOR THIS VISIT ONLY $5 Eye Glasses at $ 1 a Pair FOR THIS VISIT ONLY The Duplex Optical Co., of St. Louis, Wishes to Announce flnminAIINCll Uiif MaDflll OQ OH OR That Their Specialist and His Assistant Will Be At the llUIllllJCI llttl IlUlOlj IflalUl 0, 2ifft; UU HND EVERY 90 DHYS THEREAFTER AITD AD lEPT in ,a'inS this remark" UU It U UJ CJ I able offer of $5 glasses at $1.00 a pair is simply lo introduce these famous Duplex Lenses. Duplex Lenses have met with great success by thousands of people who are now wearing (hem in all the leading cities of the lTnited States, and are meeting with the same re sults wherever they are introduced. 7$ $ L Simblepbnran. lAfttr MicteoxJft- ONEOF THE BAD ONES TlXN Remember Som?! Eye Glasses for $ 1 a pair is for this visit only. Regular prices will prevail after our first visit to Hartford. Our Work is Guaranteed For 5 Years Beware of all persons who call at your home and claim to be representing us, as we do not have any representatives but our specialists at the hotel as we advertise. DUPLEX OPTICAL CO. Address Ail Communications TO OUR MAIN OFFICE 408 Globe Democrat Building. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. AlirJlCnariflHcf anfi nis assistants .have UUlOjJCU(Ul3l had years of cxperi- ence and you may rely ori them absolutely. We will be pleased to examine all those who have oye trouble! for gwea r glasses ABSOLUTELY FREE. We would suggest therefore that you call on them. Duplex Lenses Will Positively Relieve the Following Ailments Headaches, Cross Eyes. Itching-Eyes, .Astigatism, Dizziness, Watery Eyes, Granulated Lids, Floating Spots Before the Eyes DONT FORGET THE DATE Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday MARCH 23, 24 and 25 At the COMMERCIAL HOTEL Office Hours From 8:30 A. M. to 8, P. M. IF YOUR TIME IS LIMITED COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH Reception Room: Hotel Parlor The Hartjord Herald POET-BANKER CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT Alleged Shortage As Bank Cashier May Reach Auch As $50,000. Henderson. Ky March 14. No effort U being maile by Ingram Crockett, former cashier of the i'lanters' Stato Hank, placed under trrest to-da) on a cha'rKe of embez zlement, to dcn that his accounts .iro short. Ills hole expressed desire is to ascertain the real amount of ills Hhortage and make reparation to tlie hank. An assignment of all lis property was made this evening to the Ohio Vallej Hank & Trust Company to lie umm! in satisfying ills creditors. Crockett gave bond for 3,000. Tho warrant for .Mr. Crockett's irrest followed a conference with Assistant State Hank Kxamiuer t'nrls to whom .Mr Crockett is tin lerstood to have admitted a heavy shortage and to have signed a state ment of the ticiotmiK whorl. The shortage, estimated at II ret at S25, 000, lias crept up to nearly $.10,000. This includes the personal notes of Mr. Crockett which had been accept ed by the board. Mr. Crockett Is U0ted :ih attributing his condition 'to unwise investments. Venture after venture into which lie plunged , went wrong, he says A $40,000 fnnu In which he had invested show ed a heavy loss for two years The reverses which, lie says, crowded him for money, extended over pe riod of two years. The shortage at the bank is said to .have been cover ed up by notes which had been paid or renewed and not destroyed. With an examiner on the books Mr.Crock- ett realized that the crisis hud come. Taking $1,900, which he claims had been netted front the handling of Mrs. Crockett's property, ho left the city. Arriving at New Albany, Ind., he expressed this money back to Mrs. Crockett. It has been the be lief of the bank that this money be longed to the bank. Mr. Crockett was not yet dressed when arrested this morning. A million dollars is represented on his bond. lie will be given his examin ing trial Tuesday and an effort will bo made to get Congressman Stan ley and J. L. Dorsey to defend him. The depositors of the bank will not suffer on account of ills alleged embezzlement. The .Motlier'x l'uiorite. A cough medicine for children should be harmless. It should be pleasant to take. It should be effec tual. Chamberlain's Cough Heme dy is all of this and is the mothers' favorite everywhere. For sale by all dealers. ra (Advertisement. ) m m - Notice, to CluiuimitH. All persons having claims against the estate of Samuel I.. ISaIrd, de ceased, are iiulitietl to tlje same with nut at in olllco in Hartford, Ky properly erilled, on or before April 1, lit 14. Those knowing themselves Indebted to said estate will plence call and settle. K K milKIIKAI). ! l"H Administrator. lot .fflfc - ax-to jrer j say0, jy PyT BY Wt All Growing Children are dependant on nourishment for growth. Their health aa men and women Is largely established in childhood. If your child Is languid. Meedltaii, tired when rising, with, cut ambUioa or rosy cheeks, Scot fa EmuUlon In a wonderful help. It possesses nature's rrsudest bodybuilding fats co delicately prMigetHM mat me hmni aturo us strengin sad carries it to every orgH an tissue and Ibre. tret H bioreasas their appstite. then k adds flesh-strengthens the bonea-mekes them sturdy, sours en neuy. No aJcotol of urcotic m Scolt'c EbhIum, jwt purity asd streagte. IH9 I BIG TIDAL WAVE KILLS ' 1,000 OH SEA OF AZOV Many Buildings Destroyed Flood Sweeps Whole Sec tions Of Russia. Kkuterluodur, Ilusslu, .March 14. More than oue thousand persons perished to-day in the inundation of the. towns of Stanltza and Achtyr skaja by a tidal wave from the Sea of Azov. The wave struck the towns dur ing a violent, hurricane which swept the province of Kuban. , Over one hundred mid fifty per sons ulso were, drowned in tlo'ods u Ynscnkaja, t ' A dam collapsed In the town of Temryuk, situated on the 'Tainan I'eulnsuln, nlnety-ejght miles north west of this city. Hooding the'greot er part of the city and drpwrilnp many persons. The seu washed away threo hun dred and eighty buildings in Achtyr ukuju. '-,; Temryuk Is a historic town with a population of IC.OOO. It once was the seat of the Turkish fortress Adnss. The towns or Stanltza, Achlyr skaja and Ynseukaja do not, appear on any available maps and probably are small places bordering oil the Sea of Azov. The province of Kuban in which the stricken towns are located, is in Southern llussla and has coast lines on moth the lilack Sea and tho 1'ea of Azov. Tho population of the province aggregates about 2,000,000 porsons, of whom two-llfths aro Cos sacks. Tho country is extremely fertile and e.Menslvely used in the culture of grain; Cuttle. brooding ulso Is conducted on a largo scale, Tenuity to Soon Co Oh. The tuxes recently leied by the City Council of Hartford are now due and I nni read) to collect ami receipt for same. The penalty ,ot C per cent, will soon go on So please do not neglect this mutter but Ket ready to pay now, In order to avoid the penalty. Olllce in First National Hunk J. I'. STIjVMKe, Stf Marshal City of Hurtfortl Five candidates aro contorting for tho (iovernorsulp In Alabama. Ohio County Merchant TIED TO A STAKE AND BURNED HIS OLD ! ACCOUNT BOOK AND WILL SELL FOR CASH 9Q DAY To the one guessing nearest to the seed in four gourds and the pieces, marbles, beans and shot, in a jar, I will give a $40 Folding Bed. A guess to every dollars' worth of goods you buy. I give below a few of the many reductions in prices. Men's 81P.P0 Suits now $10.00 Men's 10.00 Suits now, 7.50 Men's 7.00 Suits npw 5.00 Men's Coats tiny ii?e, twenty per cent oft' Children's Sujis, twenty per cent of All Shoes and Slippers, twenty per cent off. All Dry Goods, teu per cent off. $6.00 Iron Bed now 4.nq 4.00 Iron Bed now , p 25p JJoys Caps now pj 50o Boys' Hitfs now "35a Girls all-ivool Caps JJpJ 25q GJr)s' Gaps now Jpo Spool Thread 2Q0 yards to sppol ' spools for 5 cents. ( In fact I will make a clean sell-out it less than wholesale. To be convinced come and see. AH new vnnA nn FJ 1 1 ..!. w "v -VWMM- nand goods in tnis oale. I will offer the largest best and the cheapest line of Mfl- linery Goods I ever had before. Mrs. Maggie Ford will wait on you in the Millinery department and make your Hats for you. , v Terms of This Sale, CaLsh or Produce V Sale Begins March 26th, 19114 H. D. BURCH, s?i& Dans, Ky. A - Wjj