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(They Surpass All Warships In Concentrated Deadly Power. A DIVE UNDER THE SURFACE. The Terrifying Sensation and the Agony of Roaring Noises That Be wilder the Novice as tho Vessel Goes Down Into the Depths of the Sea. Jn waters whero tlio United States maintains a naval station you may happen to see a tall staff cutting through tlio water as though borne by some unseen hand beneath tho sur face. On tho top of the staff Is a alight bent hood pointed in the direc tion of motion. 'Ibis Is the eye of a submarine. From tho lens In the front of tlio hood a picture ot the wbolo seascape is corrled down by n succession of mirrors In the hollow staff until it is thrown on a prismatic lens at the bot tom. Here the navigator of the sub marine watches a moving picture of what Is going on above tho surface of tbe water and guides his boat accord ingly. We said boat advisedly, because it Is really a vessel for the transportation of human beings at sea. It Is. more over, more than n flouting craft, swim ming on the surface IlUe n swan. It is also n diver, darting down Into the depths like a Ash. Let yourself be shut up in it and dive with It and It seems more like n tightly corked bottle. Your first sen sation as the boat starts downward Is tbat you have foolishly allowed your self to be shut up in a death trap from which there Is no escape. Your heart sinks faster than tbe boat And then something happens to make you forget everything but that this craft is a hellish contrivance for de stroying your hearing. As tbe subma rine dips under tbe surface and all outlet for sound is cut off by the seal ing waters the rush of tbe sea around tbe steel walls becomes the rattle or spring ball on a tin roof. You remem ber tbat old and painful swimming hole experiment when you held your head under water and let a playmate Strike two stones together. But here the assault on your eardrums is as though a million stones were striking together. A pebble falling through tbe waters on tbe steel hull sets tbe inside Clanging like a Chinese temple full of Jangling gongs. You must shout to be beard. Through the roar from tbe vibrations Of the steel shell come tbe insistent crackling hum of electric motors, the rattling Ore of gasoline engines, the whir of machinery and tbe barking congb of exhausts. Your craft seems to be nothing but an elliptical mass ot concentrated noise sinking through tbe sea. You fear that It will blow up from its own vibrations. When you have in a measure con trolled your protesting ears you look around and see u wonderful array of gnglnes, machinery, deadly torpedoes lasbed together in pairs and tbe steel tubes from wblcb they are projected With compressed air all stowed away in the least possible space. Tbe double walls burroundlng you are themselves huge ballast tanks, which can be tilled with water through valves opening into the sea outside or can be emptied by the force of com pressed uir from within. As these tanks are tilled the hull of the sub marine sinks until only the periscope, tbe elevated eyo of the vessel, shows above the water. When the water is forced out of them the boat becomes light and rises to the surface until Its conning tower, superstructure and the upper part of the hull are exposed. Ihen the craft is navigated like any Other boat. When the vessel is submerged the navigator at the lower end of the periscope nas n lar more intricate tusu than the steering of nn ordinary boat Tbe periscope, of course, brlugs him a limited view of the sea about Then he must bteer in two planes Instead of one. Ills craft turns not only to tbe right or left, but also up or down. To enable the vessel to stay under the water a longer time than usual tbe submarine carries u reserve supply Of air. This emergency supply is com pressed In n steel tlask under the enor mous pressure of 'J.000 pounds to the square Inch. Should tbe Husk burst tbe explosion would wreck tbe bout Perhaps a better Idea of the tremen dous concentration Implied by this pressure may be gained from tbe Statement tbat If this storage cylinder were punctured with a hole no big ger tban a ueedlo and If the tiny Jet ot escaping air were to strike a man It wjuld plcrco bint through und through like a bullet and even drive a bole through an inch thick board be hind bim. For ordinary purposes the air sup ply used uuder water is carried In or dinary cylinders at much smaller pres sures. Unusual precautions have to he taken' to prevent tbe contamination of tbe air supply by gases from tbe storage batteries and from the gasoline motors. Concentration epltoralr.es tbe subma rine. Its energies and utilities are packed In like the parts of a puzzle, and In tbe concentration of deadly power It surpasses, any other weapon of man. San Francisco Chronicle. Passion is out of place In any discus sion and more than ever in a right ranse, for it befogs and bemuddles it PocoL EATING IN BERLIN. A Humorist's View of the Natives' Wonderful Appetites. The average lierllner bus a double chin running all the way around and four rolls of fat on the bncl; ot his neck, nil closely clipped mid shaved, ho as to bring out their full beauty and symmetry, and he bus n figure that mattes him look ns though an eartli qtiiiue h:id shaken loose everything on thu top floor and It had all fallen through Into ills dining room. Your true Iterllucr eats his regular daily meals, four in number and all large ones, und In between times he now and then gathers a hlto. For In stance, about 10 o'clock In thu morning he knocks off for an hour and has a few cups of hard boiled coffee and -onio sweet sticky pastry with whip ped cream on it Then about 4 o'clock in the nftcrnoon he browses n bit Just to keep up his appetite for dinner. This, though, is but u snack say n school of Ulsmarcl; lierring mid a kraut pie, some more coffee nml more cake mid one thing and another merely a preliminary to the real food, which will be coming ulong a little later on. Iletwecn acts nt the theater be ex cuses himself and goes out and pre pares his stomach for supper, which will follow nt 11 o'clock, by drinking two or three steins or thick Munich beer and nibbling on such small tidbits as a few links of (Jcrman sausage or the upper half of a raw Westphalia nam. There are forty-seven distinct and separate varieties of German sausage, and three or them are edible, but the Westphalia ham. in my Judgment. Is greatly overrated. It is pronounced Wotfnllure, wIUi the accent on the last part, where it belongs. in Germany, however, there is a pheasant agreeably smothered in young cabbage, which is delicious and in sea son plentiful. The only drawback to complete enjoyment of this dish Is that the grasping and avaricious German restaurant keeper has tho confounded nerve to charge you, in our money, -10 cents for a whole pbensant and half a peck of cabbage say enough to fur nish a full meal for two tolerably hun gry adults and a child. Irvln S. Cobb In Saturday Evening Post HE WANTED A JOB. The Red Bearded Sailor Who Insisted That He Could Sing. One day many years ago, when Billy Emerson was in bis heyday and all San Francisco was at his feet be was accosted by a sailor with a long red beard. Tbe sailor said tbat he could sing and wanted a Job. "I have no opening," said Emerson. The tar, however, was obdurate and several times during tbe day impor tuned Emerson to give him a clium-e To get away from his tormentor Em erson was compelled to go to bis bo tel. Near tbe theater was a saloon whero the mliMrel boys were wont to con gregate after a show. It was of tbe usual kind, with a room in tbe rear, with a piano and a piano player. Into this room, when the performance was over, went the sailor and asked the man at tbe piano if he would change plnces with him and allow him (the sallori to play in his place. The mu sician acquiesced. Tbe performers trooped to the front of the saloon, and soon there came from the rear room tbe strains of "Sally In Our Alley," sung as only one man In the world could sing It "Boys," said Emerson, "that's Tom Dixon." A rush wns made for the rear, where It transpired that tho "sailor" was none other than the great minstrel tenor. He had gone to Australia with u company. It disbanded, and he worked Ills way home as an ordinary seaman, during which time he grew the long led whiskers. Dirt he get the Job with Emerson? You didn't know Hilly or you would never have asked that Edward l.e (toy Itlce In Chicago Journal. Not American at All. A certain typo of story that having the sudden conclusion, such us "Wi! lie Jones tired a cannon yesterday; the funeral will be tomorrow" has been claimed as purely American In Its oil i;ln. But. as u matter of fact, this kind jf story Is older than America Itself. If you will turn to II Chronicles, xvl. 12. 13. you will find these words: "And Asa In the thirty-ninth year of bis reign was diseased In his feet tin til bis disease was exceeding great yet In bis disease be sought not to the Lord, but to tbe physlcluus. And Asa slept witb bis fathers." Ladles' Uoiue Journal. Wants to Get Even, Some day, when our bank account gets even lower than It Is now, wo are coins to try to arrange to take a year's leave of absence and spend It with our wife's relatives, staying about half as long with each of them ns each of them usually stays witb us. Ohio State Journal Not Quits. "I sleep with your letters under my pillow," tbe modern lover wrote. Then be yawned and muttered to himself: "At least T go to sleep over tbe let ters. I suppose It's tbe same things New Orleans Times-Democrat Once Was Enough. Mrs. Church Did you ever get your husband to try to wash tbe dishes? Mrs. Gotham Only once. "Why only oncer "Because tbe next day we bad no fishes." yonkers Statesman. HUSBANDS IN WILLESDEN. They Mind the Babies at Home While the Wives Go Out to Work. Wlllesdeii Is a perfect paradise for a certain type of husband. There, is no need for him to go out to work; bis wife will see to that All ho need rto Is stnynt home and mind the baby, lie has a Job for life and practically nothing to do. The Gllbcrtlan arrangement Is due to the peculiar Industrial conditions of Wlllesdeii. whero there are many hum dries und fnctorles and feuialo labor Is much in demand. Although It Is cheaper than male labor would be at tho sumo class of work, the wages are good, considering that only live days a week are worked In tho laundries, the women not being required on .Mondays As much us from 'JO to ."CI shillings a week can he earned. CI being a com nion wage, even for girls. Consequently the women rule the In dustiinl world of Wlllesdeii. Thu posl tions of man and wife are reversed. There is no need for the muu to go to work. Not only would be be iinsultu bio for thu Job, but the labor and the wages would not suit him. Therefore a working girl, when she has saved sutllelent money mid thinks of marrying, looks around to tlnd an eligible man. whom It would he her duty to keep In after life, lie must know how to bathe, dress and feed a baby; bow to amuse it and what to do when It tins convulsions other than rolling it on tho tloor or slapping It on the back. If he can do nil this the girl proposes. Is accepted (If she Is strong enough to work), and the knot is tied. When the children grow up they nre packed off to the laundries or to one of the biscuit, incandescent mantle or ce dar pencil fnctorles that abound in tbe neighborhood, and their wages go to swell the family Income. As for fn ther. he continues his congenial task of warming the baby's milk and per forming other little duties. London Cor. Philadelphia Ledger. HIDING THE JOKER NUGGET. An Incident of the Early Australian Gold Diggings. Among tbe rich finds In the Austra lian gold diggings the Joker nugget ranks among tbe chief. It turned the scale at thirty ounces and was sold for $G0O. In size and shape It resembled a man's hand, thick at the wrist part and tapering off toward the Angers. The claim bad been a good one from tbe first and tbe owner did not have to work bard. One day he was reclin ing full length Idly searching for nug gets when he caught sight of the Joker. He at once covered it with bis band and sat up, rather wondering how be would secure tbe treasure without be ing seen. If tbe find became known every man In the Held would tramp to tbe spot and invade bis claim and so prevent his working. . A man in an adjoining claim looked up. "Found anything?" he asked. "No Seen tbe color; that's all Pitch my coat over to me, will you? It's lying near there. I want a smoke." "Here you are, mate. But what's the mat ter? You look pale. Don't you feel right?" "I'm all right only tbe sun is a bit hot" He was struggling with an insane desire to laugh, but he got his coat over tbe nugget and seated himself on the top of It Then laughter overpow ered him. and be became bystcrieul Those about him wondered, but thought the sun bad affected him. In a little while he gained his com posure and decided to go to his tent. In lifting bis coat he managed to take up the lump of gold, and no one knew that he bad found anything. It was not until ten days had passed that tin fact was noised abroad, and even then few knew the claim wheuce the Joker came. Carlyle and Ceremony. Thomas Carlyle and Ills wife were so wedding frightened that It Is sad to think of it Iteplying to n letter ot his describing bis fantastic terrors, she wrote: "For heaven's sake get into a more benignant hiimoi or tiie Incident will not only wear a very original aspect, but IlkewNe a vw heart breaking one. I see not how I am to go through with it" T, P.'s Weekly, Loudon. Isle of Man's Busy Governor. For plurality lu olUco the palm must go to the governor of tbe isle of Man According to Spencer Walpole's ac count of the "Island of Home Utile." tbe governor is chancellor, pretddent of the common law courts, president of the council, president of the Tyn wald court und, lu addition, acta us bis own prime minister, borne secre tary and bead of tbe treasury. Lou don Chronicle. A Case of Dropsy. She Do you know it Is dangerous to use Bomo words carelessly? Thus, If you were to drop tbe tirst letter lu mu sic it would make you sick, lie Ves. and If soldiers lu battle were to drop the Unit letter in grlddled ttiey'd get riddled. Buffalo Express. On tho Way. "Why doesn't tbat dachshund come when 1 cull him? The Idea of sulking on mei" "He's coming as fast as bo can," said tbe man's wife, "lie's got bis front legs started." Washington rierald. Consldorabls Opening. "What a dear little mouth Peggy has." "Yes; ber last dental bill amounted to 37.GO."-Boston Transcript Don't (brow nwny your old shoes till you've got new ones. Dutch Proverb !lhote:ll;: !1PSMGT0MI f nOTELorAMERicAN IDEALS. I In a city where ood hotels - abound, the Powhatan headi the -: "t-v -: It It first In.lbe hearts .of its z - countrymen, - The Towhatan is refined, ex clusive, and restful. Its excel lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II btrcets, makes it a desirable headquar ters (or bridal, couples, tourist rattles, conventions. Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to many points of historical interest, makes this hotel especially at tractive to a discriminating pub lic. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at 51.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with pri vate bath, $2.50, $3.03 and up. 'Write for booklet with map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. HAVE YOL'K SUITS Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and Dye ing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing dill, GUNTHEU BLDG., CENTER ST. HARTFORD, KY. USE LI V-VER-LAX For Lazy Liver aad the Troubles of Constipation. Feel right all tho time. Don't lay oil from work for day3 by takinc calomel when pleasant Liv- Ver-Lax keeps you on your feet, while rclicvingyour troub le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. You' can't afford it Eliminates poisons, cloanses ays tcm and relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, auro in its effect and certain in results. It won't be long before, Lit- Ver-Lax wiU completely displace calomel in erer home. Children can take it freely anA with perfect safety. Every bottle guar anteed. 50c and 1 in bottles. Nona genuino without tho likeness and signa ture of L. K. Grigaby: For sale by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. mryy.-,r vt.i.rarr H 'iH In Mil WITT-HI jecfrlc Bitters J Succeed when everything alse falls. 1 In nervous prostration and female J weaknesses they are the supreme i remeuy, as thousands nave testified. FOR KIDNEYtLIVMt AND I wiwinnvn moooba K la the best medioUe ever told over a druggist's tat. SPECIAL TO WOMEN Tho most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antiseptics is A soluble Antiseptic Powder to b dissolved w water u needed. As a medicinal antisentlc for douches la treating catarrh, inflammation or) ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by feminine ills it has no equal. For tea years the Lydta E. Plnkhaux Medicine Co.hoa Tecommended Paitino in their private 'correspondence wltk women, which proven its superiority. Women who -have bee cured sty it Is "worth Its weight la fold." At druggists. 60c. large be. r sy Mil. The Paxtoa Toilet Co., Bwt. Mass. - jOireotory Oliio County Circuit Court T. P. Blrklicmd, Judge; Ben I). Klngo, Attorn-; . P. Mldklff. Jailer; K. (I. Barniss, , Clerk; K, K. Hlrkliead, Master Com missioner: It. T. CollliiH, Trustee Jury Pund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, I Hartford. Deputies -S. A. Itrutcher; office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown nidi uilmoru Kcoun. Court convenes first 'Monday in Pebruary mid continues three weeks; third .Monday In April, Vo weeks; third .Monday in October, two weeks. County Court John U. Wilson, Judge; W. C. Ulnnkenshlp, Clerk; C. H. Smith, Attorney. Hartford. .Court convsnes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Court Hcyliis on the first .Mommy In every month. Court of Calms Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tues day In October. Other County Officers-C. S. Mon loy, Surveyor, I'oiMdvllle, Ky., K. P. 1). No. 2; Tom Hlncs. Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superin tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Itlley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton, Uoiid Engineer, Hartford. JUSTICES' COLKTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft er 3d Monday In .March, Tuesday aft er 3d Monday In June, Tuesday aft er 3d Monday In September, Tues day after 3d Monday In December. L. A. McDanlol, Hoekport, Friday after 3d .Monday In March, Friday after 3d Monjduy in June, Friday after 3d Monday In September, Friday after 3d .Monday in De cember. S. W. Leach, Crotmvoll, Wednesday nrtcr Jd Moiulaj Jn March,, Wed nesday after 3d Monday In June, Wolnesday nrter 3d Moifday In Sep tember, Wednesday after 3d Mon day in December. It. C. Ticla'nor, Ccntcrtown, Sat urday aner 3rd Monday in icii month. Winson Smith, Select, Tuesday after 2d .Monday In March, Tuesday after I'd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3d Monday In August, Tues day after 2d Monday In November. W, S. Dean, Dundee, Wed nesday after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 'M Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday in August, Wednesday after 2d .Mon day in November. Ben F. Itlce, Fortdsvllle, Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, Thurs day after 2d .Monday in .May, Thurs day after 2d .Monday in August, Thursday after 2d Monday in No vember. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Prldny aft er 2d Monday In .March, Friday nfter 2d Monday In May, Friday after 3d .Monday In August, Friday after 2d jionuay in iNOvemncr. IIAllTKOUD POLICE COUItT. O. C. Martin. Judco: MeUnwr.ll A. Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, uaremu; (ouri comenes secoujd Mon day in each month. City Council. C. Her, Mayor; It. T. CoUlnB, Clork; J. E. Boan, Treas urer. Members or council J. C. Ikti nett. Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yeisor, W. il. Gillespie. School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chair man; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, aad V.' E. Bills. KELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, Souta Sorrices morning and ovonlng eveny first and third Sunday la each month. Sun day school U:5 a. m. Prayer moot ing every Wednesday OToning. Ror. B. W. Napior, pastor. Baptist Churcu Services morning nnd evening every second aad fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school 9: 45 a. m. Prayer meeting orory Wod ncsday cYcnlng. Rev. A. S. Pottlo, pastor. Christian Church Serriccs every third and fourth Sunday at 11 n. in. ami 7 p. m. Sunday school 0:30 u. in. Elder Gwlnn, pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. C75. P. ami A. M. moots ovory first Monday night in eacn moniii. . s. Stevens, W. M.; Owan Hunter, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. T5. S. meets every second and fourth Mon day evenings, Mrs. J. Jl. Williams, W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. !; Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight of Pythias meets erery Tuesday even ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. It. Hedrlck, K. of It. & S. Hartford Tent No. &9, K. O. T. M. moots uvcry first and tnlrd Thursday nights. It. T. Collins. Commander; E. P. .Moore, RccoiU Keeper. Acmo Lodgo No. 333 I. O. O. P. meets every second and fourth Fri day nights In each month. C. M. Bar- nctt, Noblo Urand; W. It. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 213 V. O. W. meats every second and fourth Sat urday nights in each month. Tom Williams, Council Commander; W. C. Wallace, Clerk. Sunshiao Hlvo No. 42, L. O. T. M., moots every first and third Friday nlghU in each month. Mrs. Attyo Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. H. E. Mlschkc, Lady Record Keeper. Koystono Chapter No. 110, R. A. M meets every thliU Saturday night In each month. John T. Mooro High Priest; W. S. TInsley, Socretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. State Officers President, J. H. Mc Counell, Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presi dent, J. H. Burnoy, Muhlcjnborg Co.; Secretary & Treas.. 8. B. Robertson. Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Bal- maln, Hartford, Ky. Members State Executive Board Bon Watson, Webster county; J. W. Dunn, Daviess county; HUury Plrtle, Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. Ohio County Officers S. L. Stev ens, President; Henry Pirtle, Sec retary; S. E. Bennott, Treasurer. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Osna Shults. Chairman. Hartford, Ky. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. 3. Ira Bozartb, Olaton, Ky. 4. II. O. Autry, Baizetown, Ky. 5. 1. Austin, rVeatlss. . J. L. lrown, Keckport, ttf. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice li!i proulon in Ul and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Barnes & Smith Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. M(rrs. W. H. Banun and C. B. Smith announce Unit tlwy liave form- a urtiuT4Ji!4i f(r the gonor.il prac- tfco of liw, eve list cnlniimil und dlvxr c.isct, .Mr. Smith bciLug County AtUir- iiry Is lUMWiitod frum practicing such eaibtt. Mr. Barms will Individually oocejvt Bitch practloji OffJivit In Hartford Republican building, Hart ford, K" ARTHUR D. KIRK Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN This office Is cipilpi'cd for hand ling Commercial liv and Collection Items as well as other legal and liti gated matters. Practice lu all the courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrlu's Office. T.WADESTRATTON Attornoy at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice his profession In this and adjoining counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Prompt and vigorous service. I 1 PREPARED To do any kind of Veterina ry work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of attention. Calls answered day or night. W. H. RILEY Veterinary Surgeen Hartford Ky. Collier's The . Nmtl.nal . Weekly First Time in Clubs Until this year CtUitx't has been iolditS5.0. Now the price is $2.50 andnehtiesecurcd a concession here by we cm offer it at a still further reduction in con nection with this , ' publication. Special Offer U Gw Kcitis Keroemzme the rrrat ittmiarf Ur CoHirr'i at the new price, we have mie rrautentrnls to iter it ami our ? puklicatia each one ear Urtac price o( frA'tr'aaUae. Tins Ualinited ifer aacj mutt be take 4 vaatatcatpruaptly. 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