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If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the highest Rrado, sweetest toned and Uncut pluno in every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfuct llber'y to send It back, and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starclc Ftano must make good with you, or there Is no sale. Savi $150.00 r Mm We ship direct to yu from our factory, it price that ue you upwards of $150.00 In tlij cost of your plino. We guarantee to fumiali you i lietti r piano for the money than you cin secure elrewhere. You are assured of receiving a satisfactory tweet toned durable high grada (ilano. 4R.Yi Cuaraaf aw .. .3aa5 Ercry SUrck Piano U guaranteed for 15 years. Thu guarantee dm back of it cur IS years of piano experience, and the repu tation t nn old-eatabllehedj responsible plana house. 50 Frw Musi LlSSfflU To erery purchaser of 8tarck Pianos, wo gtre free music Iruont, in one of the best known schools In Chicago. Thee iMMns you ran take la your own home, ly mall. This represents one year's free instruction. ni'-Hint'l.rfalrii We hare constantly on hand t Serge number ( allrfhuy ud and second'hand pianoa of aH standard makes taken In ex change for new Starek Pianos and Player-Pianos. The follow, lag are tew sample bargains i Weber $110.00 Steinway 92.00 Cnlckering 90.00 Kimball 93.00 Starek 195.00 Send for our latest complete second-baud bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. FARE $322 iDAILY BETWEEN ZalUamVaillK'v I f-rVA VaV ilDTiTaT mtn;iiiiS'J"ii'iii jugy m-&Jaa The Great Ship wJ 8 Hill 1 .JsW.' ' ! I Th largeat and most rnatlr atoamer vn any inland water of the world. Eloeping accommoda tions for 1S0O pasengera. "CITY OF ERIE" 3 Magnificent Stearo.r. "CITY OF BUFFALO" ULTWliUN CLEVELAND Ddly, May M Leave Clsveland S.-49P.M. Arrive uuuaia H-J1A II. Vat s (Omlr.l Connections at Buffalo for Niagara r'alls an! eta reading between Cleveland :vj Oultalo ara yoaf tickU agent for tickets la C A It. Line. 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You will be de lighted with the many ex clusive features of theaa wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which mey can do secured. Plana iMkfrM Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano look which gives you a large amount of Informa tion regarding pisnos. This book will Interest and """" " " please you. write today. 1313 SUrek Bid., CHICAGO faw CLEVELAND & !wBUFFALO U!jeurrs MN "SEEANDBEE" g ltt to Dec 1st BUFFALO Leave II urtaio S.-C0P.M. I Arrlva Clavdaml . li.30A.il. tlf.Miliml Tinwl all Kaatcra Bid Canadian points. Railroad tick, good for truncporutien en our awamera. AaC TRANSIT CO CUreland, Ohio JEL ta T aaa) - me at Hartford, Ky.' Mbf m .v a Ma m ml Hi iHSfissssiflr THmjj'' ;.iit cyan' utSSsmWM II Jpii8BS 1 Jji Minuter) of Ohio County Hinging Con ventlon. Ohio County Singing Convention met at Uethei church Aug. 29th, at 9:30 o'clock a. m Ch'ra'n. E. G. Ilalrd presiding, opened with song and prayer. A report frorti leaders was callod for and the following leaders wero present with quolrs: Iilrd Leo with Rickets and Hickory classes, S. J. Chrlstaln with Salem and Dundee classes, W. C. Ashley with Deua class, James Uaitlett with Shlnkle Chapel class, Miss Lldla Ward with Mt. Herman class, Q, P. Jones with Clear Hun class, II. L. Taylor with Liberty class, J, G. Park with Concord, Washington and Mar vlns Chapel classes. The chairman appointed the lead ers present as a committeo on pro gram. The audience was entertain ed by singing whllo committee was out. Committee report as follows: First, owing to the largo number of quolrs present, we recommend that each clas3 sing two songs in the fore- noon and two In tho afternoon, ar ranged as follows: (tickets 1st, Salem 2nd, Marvlus Chapel Zrd, Mt, Herman 4th, Beda Eth, Clear Run Cth, Liberty 7th, Dundeo 8th, Con cord 9th, Hickory 10th, Washington 11th, Shlnkle Chapel 12th. Selection of place for holding next convention immediately afternoon. O. P. Jones, Ch'm'n. Bird Lee, Sec'y. Beport received. E. C . Balrd was elected chairman of the conven tion and O. P. Jones secretary. Program taken up: Rickets Song 1, Welcome, Song 2,Would you have a home? Salem Song 1, So Shall I; Song 2, Hills of Home. Marvins Chapel Song 1, What Will Your Harvest Be; Song 2, Pen-; itents Plea. Mt. Herman Song 1, We Shall Stand Beforo Tho King; Song 2, There is Much Wo Can Do. Beda Song 1, His Eye is Watch-1 ing; Loyal Christian Soldiers. Clear Bun Song 1, Jesus , Will Guide Me Home; Song 2, A Heaven Eternal. Liberty Song 1, There Is rest For All; Song 2, Will You Follow Jesus? Dundee Song 1, Jesus is Calling; Sons 2, How Sweet It Will Be. Concord Song 1, Wonderful Prince oP Peace; Song 2, Walking in His Steps. HIskory Song'l Onward with The King; Song 2, Will I Be Missed? Washington Song 1 Sailing; Song 2, For You and Me. Shlnkle Chapel Song 1, Let Us Work While We May; Song 2, Sing ing All the While. One thirty o'clock p. m.. called to order by Chairman Balrd, nomina tions of places for holding next con vention was called for. The follow ing places were nominated. Marvins Chapel, Liberty, Washing ton and Salem. Vote as follows: Salem, 14; Wash ington, 31; Liberty 73; Marvins Chapel, 8G. Marvins Chapel was de clared the place for the next conven tion at this juncture It was suggest ed that the committee arrange the program for the afternoon. The committeo directed that each class sing one song in the house and one in the grave yard for the bene fit of the Immense crowd on the out side. Brother Miller, of near Jingo was elected to preside at grave yard. At this time Prof. Will Thomas, of Beaver Dam arrlved with a class from Maple Dale, Muhlenburg Co, .who were given a hearty welcome and a ptace on the program. Evening program: Shlnkle Chapel That Beautiful Home. Washington Wnlklnir In the Sun- I wasnington wanting in me sun- ugiii. Hickory dom. -Straight into the King- Concord Liberty -Shall We Know. -A Message. Clear Run I'll Bo At The Harbor. Beda Oh The Joy When He Came, j 1t llormm. Trim Bnn.. nt Trl. umph. ; Marvins Chnpol Preparing For The Meeting. RIcketts Jesus Calls To Vltory. Maple Dale Will You Gather Golden Sheaves? As Prof. Thomas did not arrive until afternoon, it was moved and, seconded that he be called to sing three songs. Song 2, Sowing and Reaping, Song 3, The Rock Within the Vale. On motion of D. M. Stewart, a unanimous vote of thanks was ex tended to the members of Bethel Church and citizens of the communi ty for the use of their house and kind treatment. Bethel convention was woll attended, crowd estimated at 1,000 or more, singing was very flno and a good place for old friends to meet and shake bands. Motion to adjourn to meet at Mar vins Chapel on the 6th Sunday In Ostober 1915 carried.' Dismissed with prayer by T. II. Belmaln. E..C, BAIRD. Ch'm'n. G. P. JONES, Sec'y. 6 ' For Sale Cheap. We have a 2 acre lot near Mc- Honry and Simmons mines to offer at a bargain. A good two 10 foot room houso, barn smoke house and good well of water. One half mlto of church and school house. Would make a flno poultry farm. For terms call on or address. BAUNETT & SON, 48t! Hartford, Ky. CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears z'dUtfk the Signature The Ofllre of JuiIrc Under our system of government the judges form the very keystone of the arch of government divided as It is Into three independent but co-ordinate branches over the pillar of t,he executive on the one hand the legislative On the other, the arch of the Judicial power ties tho whole to gether and crowns the governmental edifice. If the executive exceeds its power the courts correct It. If the legislation falls not within the limit the Constitution sets the court an nuls it and its final judgement is conclusive In either case. It is the sole arbiter of private individual right, determines rights of property and settles all controversies In re gard to either one. It flnallly de termines the responsibility for crime and passes Judgement on the offend er. With clean hands and pure hearts must one come to offices, like these. The e.xhalted office require equal ex altation in the men who wear the robe of Justice and for a thousand years in England from whom we in herit that part of our system and al- ways In this country we have made tho security of Government; the well i being of society: the security of the citizen the especial province of our (courts and have so invested the Judges with the sanctity of their office as as to require that they be always held In high respect and never treat ed with contempt. In older days the robes of the judges were bordered as were those of Kings by the fur of the ermine because It was believed by all that the ermine pursued by Its enemies If the way of escape lay through mud or morass would dis dain to save its life and suffer death rather than stain the purity of Its spotless fur in the mud it must plunge In to escape. The confidence in the judiciary is the foundation of civilization. Lord Bacon likened the Judges of England to the twelve golden lions that upheld the throne of Solomon. Bearing all this In mind two scenes of recent occurance oft told and never denied ought now to be considered. SCENE 1. A barroom in Owensboro filled with a crowd yelling for a candidate for Judge. The Judge himself among them smiling :an oppointee saying in substance. "My place de pends on the election of this Judge. "I.et'sall drink to his success." Which all did to the cost of $14.85. The process again repeated. SCENE 11. The police court next day. Entor from the cells a youth hardly of age, if that, with the ineffaceable stain of the prison on him. Flushed, dis hevelled, sore, ashamed, he pleads guilty to being drunk. Leaving he said I was never drunk before. I got drunk on Blrkhead whiskey. Poor as wo are we would give much to say this Is not true, but we can not. Owensboro News. a'nere ts more uatarrn in mis section oi the coun,ry than all other dseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable, ror a great iiiany years doctors pronounced it a local disease afod prescribed local reme dies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incur able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore re aulres constitutional treatment. Hall's 1 ef'ri ft ivli afitrii mri mi fa ntitfAil hv W T Cheney & Co.', Toledo. Ohio. Is the only LOliau uuunai cure on llie IIIUTKOI. u IS taken Internally. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address : P. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo. O. Bold by Druggists. 75c, Taka Hall's Family Pills for constipation. I1 arm For Sale. 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor road, 1 1-2 miles from Broadway and Z miles from Rockport. Schoolhouse on eklgp of farm and church near. Three roads pass dwelling houso which Is oa Hartford R. F. D. No. 1- Most of land perfectly level. Any on; desiring to purchase farm will do wall to Investigate. Price reasona ble. Apply for further Information to BARNETT & SON, Agents. House and lot For Sale. We have for sale a lot contain ing 94 acre In old Fair ground ad dition on the pike, with 5 room cot tage, good barn and all buildings. Fine well of water. About 60 young fruit trees beginning to bear. Would bo. a fine location for some one deslrlug to take advantage of County, High School. Terms reason able. BARNETT k SON, Hartford, Ky. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Foot Tears of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up Lb Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bcttle Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up far a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, 1 would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Better Than atTsSn OavirtSis I I 1H NalHsmSPI!r ,u'1 of llfe and action, filled with the 1 1 ' W " 'ire ot "ne inspiration and followed i NSb5 y 2SO short stories of adventure, 1 rffieYOUTIfS COMPMON Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. 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