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-jv I'isr' -k" THE HARTFOPtD HERALD WBDNBSDA7Y, MARCH IB, 1910.. age 6 PUTTING MILLION MEN UNDER ARMS What It Would Mean In Way Of Supplies. HUMAN LINE 400 MILES LOMB A Vast Amount Of Varied Sup plies Staggering In Its Magnitude. LIKK TKX AMI IKS OK l'KKSKNT What dors an army of n million mean? One million men marching four abreast would extend over a line 400 miles long, practically from Kansas City to the Colorado border. Some of the things that these mil lion men must be provided with be fore they can light arc: 750,000 rifles and bayonets for them to light with. 265,000 pistols, little brothers of train ride of his llfo to-vday when he camo to Ellzabethtown upon caslon of his 101st h spent two hours r Judge's offlcci where ,jn' drcd persons called to ..igratulate him. "I enjoyed the trip," salib Mr. Mabc, "and hope to conic back next year." Mr. Mabc has been a great lover of the fox hunt and said this morn ing that If ho was a little stronger ho would show some of the younger fellows what a real fox hunt was. , KAMIKItS TKADBD AVIVKS HAULED VV IX COURT Wllkcsbarrc, 1'enn., March 10 Because, It is alleged, they have traded wives as though they were live stock, Fred Talada and Law rence Reynolds, farmers, must face serious charges at the next session of Court unless they appear before Judge Maxwell, of. Bradford county. and confess their guilt, as they have done, It Is said, to the authorities In Sayre. Talada and Reynolds liked each others' wives and they agreed, po lice say, that they could trade. The Taladas had two children and the Reynolds had none. When the nl- wmi trndo was made Mrs. Talada the rlllc. S.OO0 machine guns, the military . toolt ono f ncr children and left the scythe. 2,100 Held guns to batter j otller wtn lor husband. down attack. , The alleged bargain appeared to 1(15.000,000 cartridges to carry ' j,c satisfactory to all concerned, them Into their first fight, and as There was no attempt to trade back, many more for each succeeding amj tle wives nppeared to bo satls Jight. I fled with the alleged deal. All 2,500,000 shells and shrapnel for yvould have gone well had not the our field guns for every hour theyjpouee 0f Sayro, where thc changed are In action. 19C.000 horses to carry them and pull their gun carriages. 127,000 mules to haul their sup pliers and carr'y their guns. 8,000 wagons to transport their supplies and ammunition. 1,000,000 cartridge belts for their HhJjunltlon. 1,000,000 llrst-ald packets to bind up their wutinOb. , 1,000,000 pouches to keep them dry. 1,000,000 canteens. Each of them must have uniform and equipment: l.rtQO.00,0 shelter halves to pro tect them Irom the weather. 1 2.000,1100 tJliitt!i to ki.-en tilPPl warid. 2,000,000 pairs of shoes. 2,000,000 uniform coats, breeches, leggings, suits of underwear. 1,000.000 hats. 2.000,000 shirts. f-, 4,000,000 pairs of socks. ',BJ- 1,000,000 haversacks. Finally they must eat: 1,000,000 pounds of meat each day. 3,000,000 day. 2,000,000 each day. 3.000,000 each day. All this must be purchased, trans ported, prepared, and cooked each day, and to cat it, they must have: 1,000.000 cups. 1,000,000 plates. 1.000,000 knives. 1,000,000 forks. 1,000,000 spoons. " ' To provide for proper care, train- couples went to live, Interfered. Both couples were arrested and nr raigned beforo Justice of the Peace James Carey. Talada and Reynolds made no effort to blame the women for the alleged trade. They admitted It was their own doing and that the wives made no objections. The men entered pleas of guilty, and so did the women. All were held under ball for their ap pearance at Court. Take Herblno for indigestion. It relieves the pain In a few minutes and forces the fermented matter whlnh nausea the misery Into tlir bowels where it Is expelled. Price' Advertisement. A DEMAND BY NEGROES FOR RECOGNITION DUE Hold Rousing Meeting To Pro test Against Treatment By Republican Leaders. cigarettes and having a bad liver. The Court then ordered that ho bo given treatment which would clear tho nicotine out of his system eff' tually and mako him ablo 'to and support his family. Baxter, who is 27 y re work hearing the Bcnten for a year in -rs old, after a, begged instcc fle workhouse, but It STOMACH TROUBLE tiii SUCCESSFUL MAX ILS A FKIKXDLV SMILE Lexington, Ky.", March 9. Angri ly declaiming that the negro Repub licans of Kentucky wcro outrageous ly treated in tho action of the, re cent Republican Stato Convention in allowing only "halt-a-n.gger" rep resentation on tho delegation from the State-at-largo, to tho National Convention, the, meeting held hero to-dny by prominent negroes from nil over the State adopted resolu tions instructing n committee of their number to wait on E. T. Franks, of Owensboro, chairman of the Republican Stato Committee, to see If he can Induce ono of tho White delegates-at-large to stand aside In favor of another negro on the dele gatlon, and if this cannot bo done, to request Chairman Franks to call another meeting of the Stato con vention or a new convention to right the wrong which they charged had been done to thc negro Repub licans of the State. ' It was also resolved that In event Chairman Franks refused to take thc action to be requested, thc chairman of the meeting held to-day should call another meeting which should take tho requisite steps to protect negro Republicans from in justice at the hands of tho Repub lican party. About seventy-five delegates rep resenting the different parts of the Stato took part in the meeting and about 200 other, negroes and a few white Republicans were In attend ance. A number of vigorous speeches were made during tho meeting and a strong determination was express ed that If the negro Republican wrongs were not righted, to defeat every man In the Republican party In Kentucky who was responsible for thc reduction of tho negro rep resentation from one-fourth to one eighth every time he runs for office, or as one of the speakers at the t meeting expressed it, "crack him on I tho head every tlmo he sticks it up." was denied. FiYO fojej. -wife-abandoners wero scntencdd t0 10 flays on brcfld and waio,.t t0 iCarn how their families J'avo suffered in their absence. Mllwaukco Cor. Philadelphia Rec ord. - n oooooooooooooooo o o O TOEM8 YOU'LL ENJOY. O O O O Thc Ilcrnld's Special Selections O O O ooooooooooooooo TWO SINNERS. Among those especially picked out for the slaughter were Congress- thn business. men John Langley aud Caleb Pow- Tho man who does to-day is the man with thc friendly , ers, ol tho Tenth and Eleventh dls- smile and tho cordial handshake. Wojtrlcts, respectively. are nil becoming Christian ScleaJ Editor Harry Giovannoll, of the Lexington Leader, made a speech in pounds of bread each I pints of coffeo or tea tlsts, and arc giving the groucherl nos absent treatment. Life Is too short to waste on a man who can not smllo and be kind. Tho storekeeper who acts as though he hates to be disturbed and makes you feel that he is doing you a favor to wait on you, will not (be troubled by any such thing as business. The customer today Is treated like a royal visitor, and ho in turn re ciprocates the treatment. Courtesy, kindness and .accom modation aro tho watchwords of every successful business. "Tho customer Is always right," was tho motto ol tho late Marshall Field, the Merchant Prince. This There was a man, it was said ono time, Who went astray in his youthful prime. Can the brain keep cool and tho henrt keep quiet When the blood is a river that's running riot? And boys will be boys, the old folks say, And a man is the better who's had his day. Thc sinner reformed; and the preacher told Of tho prodigal son who came back to tho fold. And tho Christian people threw open the door. With a warmer welcome than ever before; Wealth and honor were his to com mand, And a spotless woman gave him her hand. Thc world strewed their, pathway with blossoms abloom, Crying "God bless ladye, and God bless groom." There was a maiden who went astray In the golden dawn of her life's young day. She had more passion and heart than head, And she followed blindly vhere fond Love led; And Love, unchecked, is a danger ous guide To wander at will by a fair girl's side. FOR FIVE YEARS wna nn honiiHfill nnil htcll ROUndlllC 1 .1 I l-llt AU I 1.1 ' w w " InB. ana -im '" Uimu" l"uy b"um ' plirono. It was tho. governing prln- havo: . ' I rlpk that bull up one of tho gscat- 25,000 trainee officers. I glorea ln lho worjdi The calling into service of 1,000,- j 1Ioneet xnC)c1mntti lViako honest 000 men would mean tho organlza-. cuMomorg Tll(J clook aml tll0 flec tion, equipping and training of te I bcnl aro a Hmau and unfortunate armies the sizo of the complete reg-1 ,..,.,,.. Wo now know tnnt We ular army of tho present time. H)man wll0 ci,eats Is thc greatest 1.000,000 men should apply at tho loger The mftn who ,8 not i,one3t recruiting ofilces It would require w,th'thoEO Wlth whom ho deals Is the uninterrupted effort of 1,000 re- not ,loncst wlt himself. He Is crultlng parties worKing day ami phon,in Mmscu out of business. Ho night for moro than ten days to en roll and enlist thorn. It would re quire a week to movo them to tho camps, provided all tho suitable rail road equipment of tho country wcro given over to this work alone. Ono thousand men would have to work day and night for ten days to erect tho tents for them, and when completed this camp would amount to a city of more than 128,000 tents, covering an area of moro than 8,000 ncres, nn area equal to tho slo of St. Joseph. Kansas City Journal. becomes something less than a man, First Train Hide. Ellzabethtown, Ky.. March 8. Through a Hading snowstorm James Mabe, of Upton, took tho first For Your Child's Cough. If your child has a cold, noso runs or coughs much, get n small bottlo of Dr. Hell's Plne-Tar-Honey. It's a pleasant PIno-Tar-Honey byrup, Just what children like and Just the med Iclno to soothe tho cough and check the cold. After taking, children stop fretting, sleep good and nre soon entirely wen. insist on ur. Bo'l's Plne-Tar-Honey. 2oc at your druggist. m Advertisement. I'lciiHiiio Of Memory. Drollchon bought a phonograph and Insisted upon hl3 mother-in-law having her volco registered by tho Instrument. As tho good woman refused, ho ho added maliciously: "Oh, come, now; Just a fow words You can't think how much pleasure It will glvo to hear your voice when you aro gone!" which he tried to smooth the ruffled feathers of tho negroes, but his ef forts were so coldly received that he and the few other white Republic ans who were present made no fur ther effort to stem the tide of wrath. J. E. Wood, of Danville; George Saffell, of Shelbyvllle; W. A. Gaines, of Covington, and O. E. Jones, Por ter Jackson nnd J. B. Parsons, of Lexington, all negroes, followed Mr. Glovannoll's address with speeches In which little patience was display ed toward his peace talk. Tho meeting adjourned late this evening subject to the call of tho. chairman. tiood ami I kid Hand, One good farrier who employs lots of help says: "This Is how I can tell my good men. When I go Wit into a field to see hffw a man & get ting nong. a good hand aViya stops his vork and waits for ne to come up. But tho otUot sort and I don't keep him ing always Puts on a show of w&klng hard when he sees me comftg." f ! Unjust Critlt'iMii. It seasy to criticise one's neigh "it Is so easy to crltlclso one's neighbor who has gone wrong in morals, or made a failure. In busi ness, and so hard to glvo credit for tho effect of tho lnlluences Impelling him to disaster, over which he has no control, that our criticism of others Is often very uncharitable Men often say how good they would havo been, or what they would havo accomplished had they been ln tho other man's place. They do not stop to ask why tho fellow that was ln the other shoes did not succeed. If they did they would ofton find tho man who went wrong, or who failed, was entitled to great credit for standing up so bravely under forces and burdens that might eas ily have overthrown his accusers.! Sometimes tho man who falls Is a greater hero than another who wins, The woman repented and turned from sin But no door opened to let her in. The preacher prayed that she might be forgiven, But told her to look for mercy ln Heaven. For this Is the law of earth, we know, That tho woman Is stoned, while the man may go. A bravo man wedded her, after all, X But tho world said, frowning, "Wo shall not call." By Ella Wheeler Wilcox. tfajerky el Frieda Tlwsgk Mr. Hihet WmIJ Die, Bit Om Helped 'Hia te Recover. 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. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, and all my friends, except one, thought I would die. He advised me to try Thedford's Black-Draught, and quit taking other medicines. I decided t take his advice, although I did nothav any confidence in it. . 1 have now been taking Black-Draught" " (or three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headachsc since I began ftslng It. I am so thankful for what Black Draught has done for me." Thedford's Black-Draught has bear found a very valuable medicine for di rangements of the stomach and, liver. Il ls composed of pure, vegetable herbs, contains no dangerous Ingredients, an acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely used by young and old, and should b kept in every family chest Get a package today. Only a quarter. tm IFzLn-e Joxlixtti ejQLtsuJL "Wcorlfc Wo havo tho largest, finest and best equipped Monumental Works In whole Western Kentucky. Carving nnd Lettering with pneu matic tools. An "np-to-thc-mlnuto" equipment for fine Monumental work. ThIrty-sovcn years of honest bus iness reputation and exporienco is back of every Monument that is sold by us. Remember there Is only one Geo. Mlschel & Sons in Owensboro nnd that Is on East Main 'Street, Owensboro, Ky. Get our prices beforo placing orders elsewhere. Geo. Mischel & Sons, Owensboro Ky. INCORPORATED. Light and Power Company (INCOBPORATKDl E. G. BARRASS MGR, Will wire your house at cost. Electric Lights are clean, healthy and safe. No home or business house should be without them when within reach. H ww VSV m9 'w9 W B 0 1 'M JC W If' W mw If W 9 w w W W Ww WW9 W 9r m Samson's Affliction. "Who Was It who waB sorely af flicted?" asked the (Sunday School teacher. "SaMpson," replied a boy prompt ly, ''Why, no; It was Job." "Well. I know Job was, bill so was Sampson." "Why, how was Sampson afflicted?" "His wlfo cut his hair." i Ideal Employers. Recently whtlo passing through, St. Paul, a travllng man looked up at a slgu "Husch Bros.," and sighed: "What a blessing it would bo for the country It Bryan got a Job with that firm.!" Judge. HE LP THE IMS Hartford Headers Aro Learning the AVajr. A pain In tho side or back tlmt nchp you when you straighten up e-ill for a rubbing application of Billard'H Snow Liniment. It relaxes contracted muscles and permits motion without suf- ponvenlenco. Prlco 2Cc. r0r n"d M "0 v 'nttlo. Sold by 7. M'l'hur Mitchell. Beaver Dcm. m & m $ $ : m IS SKNTKNCKD TO TKN DAYS ON CASTOR OIL MOTHER SUPERIOR Says Vinol Creates Strength Rosary Hill Home, Hawthorne, N.Y. "1 have used Vinol for many rur down, weak or emaciated patients witi benefit One young woman was so weaK nnd ill she could hardly creep to my door 3' . ' j i .nniii Vinol t her liberally ind in a month I hardly recognized her. the contracted She was strong, her color charming and --"Inary bodily b?r checks rounded out"--MoTHE M. f-nntr r n,n Alphonsa Latiuiop. O. S. D., r Or n nil M00 We guaranteeVlnol to Parpen the ap- 7 I'hur Mitchell. Heaver J petite, aid digestion, enrich the blood Adverllrement. ,fTi WSaw, IruKKM, Hart- Some people talk a long time be- astor oil. Roy In court said ho r.,i' I Ky. Vinol Is kold In Heaver fore you can get at what they aro "had left "home because he wo not Itaiii by 'A W. Mitchell, Druggist. trying to say. -woll. He udmltted sino-klng many Roy T. Baxter has 10 pleasant days In prospect If the novelty holds out that long. Tiecauso he nbandonod his wife at a tlmo whon sho wanted him with her, during her approaching moth erhood, tho Court to-day ordered I that he be nut on a 10-day diet of It's tho little Wdnoy ills The lame, weak or aching back Tho unnoticed urinary disorders That may lead to dropsy and Bright's disease. Wheu tho "kidneys aro weak, Help them with Doan's Kidney Pills, A remedy especially for weak kid neys. Doah'B have been used in kidney troubles for GO years. Endorsed by 30,000 people en dorsed by cltlronB of this locality. Mrs. G. M. Stark, S. Main St., Madlsonvllle, Ky says: "I was bothered by pains across the small of my back and sides. Seeing Doan'e Kidney Pills so highly recommend ed, I got a box. They cured me and since then whon I havo used them they have always-, been of benefit." Price COo at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy- get Doan'a Kidney Pills the same" that Mrs. Stark had. 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