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REPLIES TO HARTEORD, OHIO COUNTY, torlal friends eat after me oven so geatly as you do, I am able to defend the faith that Is in ms. Besides this Is what J'ou get for challenging I leavtS me to 'give specif oatonls! your to your nadors to Judge self, O'Rcar.and my diJense of the lattor on this point. If the Republican Committee ds using any of my communications, such a3 this, as "campaign literature," as you aver, I have np other knawlodgo I of it than your statement. But am willing to say that few (men in Kentucky have had such exceptional political opportunity .to' know the moanderlnga and evasions, dodglngs decepand straddles, and high-clas- s tion of the public by my fellow towns man, Hon. James B. McCreary, as has the undersigned. Therefore, when I hear a good Democrat like yourself "insinoerlty" condemn O'Rear for and praise McCreary for "straight' I "say in my heart forwardness, etc-."he of hearts "Forgive Mm, Lord, or knowath not what he sayoth!" words to that effect. You speak as a man who is sincere, as an editor who believes In the Integrity of the party and of the candifine date, when you utter these words: "The great mass of Kentucky voters expected yes, DEMANDED-Aha- t tho Democracy of the State should keep Its record and advanco along the same line by the adoption of a p'jatform. county unit plank in Its It would have b:en an open violation of confidence to havo done otherwise!" Those words are worthy of you or any sincere man. Th$y are the words I used last February and last Juno to induce Senator McCroary to spare ma and other temperance Democrats the disagreablo duty of leaving him if ho did not before everlastingly too late, speak out as. a Statesman, as a "sincere" Man,;aj t&lirave and Inspiring 'Leader and toll whore he stood and whore the ejmqcratfc party should' stand upon the County Unit question, You,Mr. Editor, veryi properly my. thrPpfo-riamandotEiauoh- ,, an advanced ipoaition; but Mr. McCreary with characteristic cowardice, or trickery, or political eagaedty, if you ohcose so to term suoh conduct, stuck to his usual courso of "addition, The State division and silence!" stood aghast at his policy, oven to the day of the platbody form convention, when that a, county unit with difficultly slid plank under his foot, with Beckham's aid and despite Wattersan's protest. I say' to you ;that .that courso was "sincere" of itsdlf enough to turn Mcmen of all parties away from Creary. But it my own case, which is now under discussion, it only adthe ded the last straw that broke the oamel's baok. Here briotly is story, and i challenge any man who oalls himself a patriot before ho is a partisan, a "sincere" man before cow ho is a synicctpant or a moral ard, to dabate the issue with me any where in Kentucky "why MoCroary's Tampenanqa Record Is a Myth!" three (First lMaCrtary has bad fourteen years to vote chances in wet or dry In Richmond, and failed ioch time to discharge the plain duties of citizenship. Second Ho was supported by tho Kencombined liquor interests cf tucky four short yars ago for U. S. Senator against Gov. Bockhara, and tho latter publicly, declared 'JBvery McCroary saloon in tho State is a hoadquantors." Third Mr. McCreary publicly Gov. Beckham for remaining away from a local option dieotfeu lu whereas Bardstown Sept. 1, 1906, raid within, five months thereafter, asain last March, 1911, and again in 1897, .Mr. McCreary dodsed the eama Issue in Richmond, when bis neighbors wera struggling to vote out tho saloons! for Tell me that your candidate Goverocr ds a sincere, courageous) r inspiring loader? God deUvw usfrom one who lias the Yoke of Jacob but whose hand is the band of Esau! And why do I fori so deeply upon this subjttot of eVtting or defeating my fallow townsman 7 Because I fought tal EX, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER No. 9 llcan plank, dealing with prison M 'orm and the abolition of tho convict abor contract system, was reached ho Prison Commissioners, whose aro among the active politl-- 3 ans dn every county in the slate, de clined to permit unqualified condom-aatlof thoir conduct in office or tti manner cf their eloctdon, nnd the convention Indorsed them and left out che oanvdet Jabor plank. HOW THE (MACHINE WORKS. Judge O'Rear, iby his analysds of It, has shown that every plank, dealing' with elections, prison reform and campaign contributions in. tho Democratic platform,not only falls to ofer a remedy for machine ruloMt bears Impress of tho Prison the Indelible Commissioners' own desire in its language and Import- - It Is a significant fact that everywhere he has Gpokott" this issue bos met .wdith more demonstrative approval than any other sin gle question presented, showing that the machine made a mistake In think ing that if they succeeded dn some" sort of stagger at n county unti they could got through without committing- themselves in favcr of reforms that would strip them of their own political power. How every feature cf the present in genious political system operates to tiho advantage of the Third Houso Is exposod by Judge O'Rear in a way that cannot bo contradicted. The Prison Commisslonera, through tho agencies of their guards and apointees la every district, concentrate their In fluence on the selection of Legislative) candidates. They are themselves in turn olected by the legislators the have selected. Having selected tho legislators ther are also In a position, not only to secure their own to infcwo of tho fluence the members Houses, in legislation affecting special Infcercsts',, while prison labor1 contrac tors, among whose stockholders havvj b;een (prominent Demodiscovered cratic! politicians; naturally are concerned' about politics Involving tho porspjajsl of the board. All this Is found to be supntsingljr well understood over tho State. in some districts, particularly In the Purchase, Democratic legislative primaries and conventions have been fought out between candidates over this very issue; the rural press has thoroughly exploited .the subject and from .the Democratic the omission State platforms is consequently ther more noticeable. THE REDIST1RICTING PLANK. Associated with this issue is the one of redisricting the State, another omission of the Democratic platform. Apparently, tho politicians thought gerrymander, conthat the present Appeals, demned by tho Court of would be satliifactory to the Demio-cra- ts as assuring thorn of continued of the Legislature In any oontrol evenit. But while tho machine dominates legislative nominations and pro- ceodtngs, as long as tho machine can keep the Legislature D;mocratIc, whether tlio State goes Republican or not, tho machine can accomplish Its own purposes, and Democrats are becoming wise to the fact that it would be to the best Interest of their party to give the Republicans control of,at least, one branch of tho Legislature once In a whJlo in order to frustrate some of (the Third Housj schemes. -on i .it RERALD C. E. Woods Tells it About McCreary. Sent Letter to Local Paper and Was not Published This Week. . Tho 'following is a copy of a letter that was sent to the Hartford Herald this .week In reply to an article in that paper last wieek, and .was C. B. .Woods, written .by of Richmond, Ky., who has bolted the Democratic ticket on account of its stand upon tho liquor question. The this Herald did nrt use the letter week that was sent theim, and said "When ,we offered Mr. Woods space for ho reply, wo did not .have no idea would want something near a page." And winds up by saying that his article is (wholly a tirade against McCreary. But hero is tho letter, and it shows exactly (what thio Democratic his idol, McCreary has done during and term as governor years ago, his actions slnco that time. Ex-Ma- Richmond, Ky., Sept. 9, 1911. Editor Hantford Herald: I appreciate not only the profess-- lonal tender of epaca you make that I anay reply to your remarks upon my McCreary, course in "bolting" Mr. but the mild tenor of your critlolsms upon me warrant the belief that you are not too blindly (partisan to accord a sincere Democrat the right to differ and vote aa his consicienoo dictates. Nor do I believe you are afraid i t t tl,WW I tJlet your readers, before iwhoan you held me up aa a saaker 'after publicity, know, why r think so Uttle of my awn political welfare. as..to denounce alleig&mco to tbe' Democratic leader, McCreary, despite the slings' and arrows cif ridicule or abuse ithat may v follow my course. Before I defend myself, let me exyou press my surprise anew that Judge should continue to condemn O'Rear for pressing upon the hearts and conscience of Kentucky that wo havo 70.000 vote sellers In our State! allegaYou ask ma to "verity the tion with definite proof." my Well, IM1 'begin, at home, In county of, Madison, the homo of Can,E xPost-mastdidate McCreary. and a supporter of Mr. McCreary today, in the person at Hon. Josla B. Willis, declares that In the Democratic party alone In Madison Surely there aro 1,500 "floaters." there are as many In the Republican party, as it Is equal da size there. 3.000 voters each, and you have tho astounding total of 3,000 of County tho good Blue-Gra119 'jiladlaon alone. As there are ,counjMes, multiply tham by 3,000 and Yyou havo 357,000 "floaters,"' in Old ' Kentucky. As Madison is an unusual- lv lanse county let us out the average trlght in half, and you std.ll have 00 or over double the number charg' od by Judge O'Rear, You are aware that a Circuit Judge in Eastern Kensome months ago, following tucky the course of the Judge in Adams county', Ohio, where 95 per cent, of ALL VOTERS WERE CONVICTED of almost selling itholr suffrage, found So, equally astounding conditions. Mr. Editor, don't shut your eyes to Judge the lamentable truth that O'ltear was uncovering a disease In which is worse than ic our leprosy, the debauchery of the Manhood Suffrage of Old Kentucky. He thus emphasizes the need of a corrupt Practice Act, to which both parties stand committed. Surely it Is no greater crime for him to tell half a voters, troth about our "floating" than for McCreary to say that "Kent ine arane oi lit tucky ranks 4om in eraoy in the whole United States.'' My not this ignorance be the cause' It of much of that vice?' Be fair. - you do not, Just say that I told your candidate for Governor, MBCroary,Is SuMsved to have spant .to Becure ofof fice in tlw past the Jargor part " bis fortune of a quarter of aunllllon dollars. Hte money" and bAa whtetay very county to the v corrupted District. SUomg words? I JMgMb; have from bia own lips that he &ave to a county &m jwi t r that he afmld to publish statanwat I. am raapsosHite for all utter or .pnUt. And wha my dU -ff vr "vote-sellers'-in ss .body-politk through ttiree heaiU,rakiug contests tsoipfr-anohand-to-han- e at Richmond d with the saloons, the browenlts Lholr and distilling iatonMUf, audi hired prMshre) lawyers and dctbau-ohee- e, and I vowed I would forAsfc $6,000 If I as Mayor lalUl .to enforce my the local option law. I risked Ufa, I give my tlow, my salary, my Mwught and my jnwwaal and ioll1aal welfare ovw to &e ooaHket Ut of ikt Iw, wl i bare .the uaa,kiioua endorsement cf friend and foj alike I la that titanic struggle. And yet he of tho tgaiponamce cause that I deliv- appears beforj those schools at Rich and mond and Bowling Groen atd dls- ered tho goods In my official I courses on Education as though he private capacity. of had any more .part In.. the educational olty The once blood-stain. . .. it. and npuii ua. ivouiucny tnan in lis Richmond, stagpatcd by drdnk from open falcons! n by saloon domina and Whom has my party Just placed betion, Is today tho model A a fore J the people of Kentucky? cliy of Kentucky, with over million, of dollars increased wealth, candidate who on the main issues of crime Kduccd to a minimum, con- tcanppiacco and education is an arttentment and prosperity alike among ful dodger and tho reputid beneficiawhite and black, and iwlth a future as ry If ,we are to bjllove Beckham, falrasanycommiunltyin all Kentucky. which 1 do of .tho combined inflluento What part in the grand achievement and meney cf the liquor Interests pf he Kentucky! McCreary, the man who had Mr. McCreary? WhoTo was when thoso meraoroible .battles were while Governor a genoratiom ago profought to snatch his home itown as a duced a bankrupt State Trjasunyi brand from the bunalng? Verily, veri- worthless Bureau cf Agniculfcure, a ly rfGod will net hold any man guiltless defunct Geological Sunvey, and finalomission, ly a'loduction of the school per cap-Itof neglect, of the sin of What a record! I challenge who remains away from three oonltesii when the worst enemy of mankind .was against Most Hkjly, If Mr. McCreary's drawn up in battle array of Governor had been the sons and daughters cf his old friends who had supported ihls lovery roalij? ,worthy of tho name "lodM! his subsequent long service in rboih' ambition for forty odd years!' Notwithstanding his colorless tem- Houses'of the Federa.1 Congress would of perance record, I urged Mr. McCrea- have .brought fcrth more fruits ry last February, as stated abovo, to patriotic usifuliKss upon tho broad Stsiitesmanship than dame out .like a leader 'and utter one plane of Natioral upon the smaller- - l3vel In the word to nerve the tomperancj Demo- It did crats .who liko myself had never bolt-o- d diplomatic and judicious distribution but he ni!us;d to of gardn sa:ds and government pamph a nomination ' .' tell me his consistent supporter, althe dry Democrats of Ohio Can beit I told him then, 1 could not 02 grateinduced to give him, as ho asked, my county censure mo for .being secure 'the ful to Judge O'Roar for his timely endorsement as an aid to aid .mrpl-adinlast March with 1,000 temperance ,vote of my State. olUon3 tho cf Richmond to keep Again in April I and others sought city "dry, while McCreary lookod .himhis views, and again In May, telling parlor a few blocks self np and away? in his him his silence was ominous That ds true! could only result dn the alienation of Can th-'-- blame me for standing by thousands of voters to the courageous, the courageous O'Rear, tho defender consistent, stainless supporter of temof local optlcn in almost ewry counperance, ORear. ty election In Kentucky while Mr. he remained dumb, But spynx-llk- e actually left home tho very only lotting the State know what it qvo Ct our last ekction, wlhlle 500 already feared, he would run on any paraded beneath his Normal s'jud-.-nt- s old iplattonm-c- r no .paltform. office' window with a motto, "Vote 'in Richmond Dry for Our Sakes!" That Meanwhile, ithe liquor element our party councils and tho office seek-o- rs Is also tame. mo and the ambitious element thereCan "'ou, Mr. Editor, .Karao of, decided to iwnJt on the Republican who jhas a conscientious conviction party to see what it would "ctand that rshouTd" support a "sincere" for, and then our party could "limp Republican for Govornor.whea along In the rear" on the same pop- my party candidate would travel from ular, .pncgrtsslvo planks, and insert Atlantto City.to Louisville to attend a dry timber to catch the dry. vote; the last Derby horse raool thare,thou.U while .MoCreary's wet campaign of ho could not get his oonsomt to loiye 1907 obligated hlm.yea, tle3 him today Washington City four years ago to ' hand and feet to retpay ihes debt he help neighbors to ibis stnuggUms awes the liquor interests for deliver- drive the rum deamon from our doors to TUo appeals were sent him, .to come ing the city votes of Kentucky short homo, but in .vain! him against Beckham, four years ago. Can you blame mo for keciplng a Too late, too late, did he whisper, pledge I made two years ago, that 1 Green would support Judge O'Roar "1C the only a week ago at Bowling tho dictated speech on the county Democratic State Senate, led by the its unspeakable Conn Linn, killed "Can a leopard change the unit! spats?" Verily, "By their fruits ye County Unit Bills, and .we then nomshall know them!" inated a candidate for Governor who There you havo a plciuro of your was not absolutely' in sympathy with candidate for Governor, Imperfect on- temperance and the. county unit?" ly that I have not ra'nited him "scars Is McCreary sincere? Let his presand all." He has, a record while Gov- ent sponsor, Gov. Beckham, answer In tald the following withering words ernor .before that ought to bo he are used four years ago in a pamphlet. to the new voters today, who MaCreary! asked to bellevo McCreary was a Mod"Shame upon Senator give From the foul cdors of the grogshop el Governor, and that he .will us a "respcwtahle" administration. One and from libelous publications elf his has only to dolve in the musty rec- purchased organs, a campaign reeking ords of his administration, lS75-'7l'.th slander may bo expected. Ho is to explode the boosted' clai'.ms of your busily engaged enlisting upon his side Listen: every violator of the Sunday laws and candidate. "respectable" "When McCreaxy entered the otfi03 of every man. who opposes their enforcefor ment. In every saloon dn Kentucky Governor tho school per capita he McCreary's petition is presented that his first year wa3 $1,90; iwhen to left it in 1S79. that per capita fell to slgiurs may pledge Uumselves $1.25, In less than a year, and thire fight me and support him. He has hia Invited to his support the disappointwas not a single event during wholo administration that advanljd ed pardon-brokerplooxhuntors, and the cause of education! In 187G Mc- professional grafters, and every lawCreary entered the office of Govern- breaker and saloon-koeptrewho or with a good surplus In .theTrtas-ury- ? sents my efforts to enforce the law he 1 ft it In 1879 wth the doors against hta debauchery of the Sabof tho Treasury locked and ibarrod, .be- bath Day." cause thtro was not a penny dn there Those are the blistering words of to 'P3y; the honest claims against the Mr. Btckham, uttered wlien the two was men were rivals for the mmo offlco Commonwealth, and Its credit dishonored in tho cjes of the (bu- four years ago. And I bolleva they siness world.'' wpra absolutely true. Mr, MaCreary The above aro the facts aatoered by osntalnly" carried ovory saloon town Gov. Beckham twm- - the first mos-su- in Kentucky. Moof Gov. Luke Blackburn, this Gov. Beckham also uttored Croary's immediate succtissor. Those awful indio'jraent against iMr. charges were publicly mado .by Bdck-hai.which I bollovo firmly Is as in" his .race ajpalnst McCreary true as it was four yiars ago, four years ago, and they will stand viz: foravynnora evidence incomtiravieTtlbla "Tho whiskey element 4s championthat vMcCreary, The. Modol Governor, ing .the causa of McCreary. He canwas a myth! away from their support If not Fouryiars ago, our lamented Dick he would and no .man will aoouso Miller, tha .bralnost Representative of tho Mml'Kon Statesman of getting his generation, gavo up hda llfo as away from amy character of superb in a result of his struggle to pass the a political fight, for he is a ibellever Normal School Bills. Sullivan, Bur-m- in th) use of he e'ji-of wtar." Ctww, Patter and others throw Notlco Mr. Editor, Becklwau accusthcnrlvs ki the breach, and savod es McCreary of using money davlshly, the bills from defeat. Mr. McCroary, as I ds, In his every campaign. Could whose home town offered. R $160,000 tlio books elf tho uMadlBou National a NHbmiI tata to plant to tk (Cosilnusd on eighth pagj.) Safeeol there, took bo rart or parcel ed debt-riddeof 1 le-sg y fllc-Crotem-Pjeran- os 9, s, ir ge Mc-Cr'am to-d. PEOPLE DECLARE CLEAN POLITICS In Kentucky i" the Issues This Fall. Popular Primary, Prison Reform and Abolition of Convict Labor Contract System Holds Attention. By L. Vance Armentrout. (Reproduced from Louisvlllo Herald.) Judie E. C O'Rear. Republican can-aiaate for uovernor, nas rounaea our another week on the siump, speaking In tho First, Second and Fourth. Congressional districts. His Bocond trip, taken into tho west end of the I3tate, afforded an opportunity to study conditions there a-- compared with those in the south central counties, where Coming his former trip took him. also long enough after the Democratic platform convention, to allo,w the pecph time to dlgost Its contents and cempare it with the Republican afford:d the additional opportunity of learning how the issues were) forming themselves in the popular mind. If the same drift of sentiment Is observable; if there Is a similar dis afectlon among .the votera of either one of th3 parties in all tho sections, and the same reasons are advanced, it is safe to conjure that a Statewide movement is ossumlns 6hape,and if the drift In one direction is strong enough dt will carry the State and elect the ticket benefitting by, .it. SENTIMENT IS APPARENT. .Tho dnltt Is unmistakable. The same spirit and outspoken determination to disregard party lines is apparent in the Republican Eleventh, the-- Fourth and the strongly Democratic First and Seicond districts. It Is conceded that the Tenth and Eleventh districts will give unprecedKscited Republican majorities, owing to the personal popularity of Judge O'Hear; but the Gibraltar First, In .which Democratic .victories have been won time after (time, will be a neigllblo quantity this year, reducing its normal majority so near to no majority at all, that it will not affect the election. It is no exaggeration ,to say that the pnesmt drift toward tho ticket htadtd by Judgo O'Rear In .the counties visited, averages ten votes to tho product Considering the race ho ran for the to nomination this Is not sunprfsing students of political condltlonsbutthe remarkable part about the discovery resides in tho reason why ho is win linos, ning and breaking down party and adds further proof that conditions not politicians, make up the is3uescC a campaign. POLITICAL REFORM THE ISSUE. Evidences are multiplying, .that even were the county unit Issue out of the way, Judge O'Rear would bo elected specific overwhelmingly upon his promises of political reform in Kentucky. Astute polltialans.who were sponsor for McCreary's candldlaoy before tho Democratic State primary, formed the alliances now suporting him and wrote runthe platform, on which he Is ning for Governor, w.ere guilty of a fatal error when they assumed the county unit to bo the only Ibsuq which threatened the safoty of their ticket. Machine rule, abuso of ipowor by the Prison Board and convict contract labor aro actually exciting imore initoros In Louisville and over the Statu than by presented, any other question the campaign. Even the revival of roglmo by their tho Beckbam-Hal- y success In the primary Is diwanfod in comparison with the Third Housj exposures and tho political strength of the Prison Board, without whosj aid havo Beckham and Haly could not "come back" with iMcCreary as their candidate, DEMOCRATIC POSITION HOPELESS. It U on this .point Judge O'Rear prows that tho Democratic position Is hopeless. Plank by plank the Repub lican platform was Imitated at tholr convention In language loose onough to .be open to two constructions; and the county unit proposition sjomod to be paramount In the public , mind. Tloy handed this question, not defi tho nitely, but in a manner Unpross!on of accord wdth ithe Ropub ldoan position. But when tho Rnub pla-form- .it e ' , A Few Words of Explanation. et Our readers wo believe are entitled to an apology for the general appearance of he Republican tthls week. Wo are now working night and day on which our Big Industrial Edition, will be published next weok.and ev ery effort of the office and rooohanl- cal force, Is centered on that publication with tlio sole punpose of mak lng It the handsomest Industrial edl- toln qvor attempted in Western Ken tucky. We havo always contended best that Ohio county is tho very county In Uie State, and Intend mak ing this edition, prove our belief. Therefore wo are satisfied that out frlonds will pardon the lackotarticlo week, of interest In our papor this and, with us, await patiently the ad vent of our Mammoth Industrial Ed ition of Ohio county, on September 22nd. Notice. The county meeting of tho Arnerlcari Socley of Equiy will meet in Hartford on Oct .C and 7. There is Important busniess to attendj to, aud all locals are urgently requested to be represented. S. L, STEVENS. Pros. HENRY M. PIRTLE, SoC'yv a lote Jam Fads RAGE FOR A THIEF The sttbjeet 1i I Rapid day of July he entered the hospital Unsuspecting Bystander to Join In suffering from typhoid fever, and on t the Mad Flight and Capture. Sunday August 13, passed away 'atta . guffe-i- c which he enidurad wlU in defending tho London pollco from . charges of Incompetence a contributor i patience and reai&oaMon. to Blackwood's Magazine narrates anjTne critter visited his constantly Incident In which he figured a feWf,, when told ho must die. Brother ,. . years ago, when ho accompanied his Hl3 sr wife to a Bond street Jeweler's, where , j and Btroag and he died she went in to maicn some pca uun triumphant have some gems reset, ho awaiting Bro. Paris boro tho name of being her on tho street, where he smoked had noble, true man. One who his cigar. Ho Bays: known him a long time spoke of Mm "I noticed threo well dressed men as bolng as ipure as a woman. go into tho shop and several women, Ills funeral took place in Lta Junta when suddenly ono of tho well dressthrough the glass August 16, 1811, lntermeat being mad ed men came out city cewotery. Hot- - W. t- doors of tho shop and pushed rapidly in tjie past me as ho turned up tho street Davis of the Baptist cfearch conduct At tho samo moment I was seized ed the funeral. The funeral was at.violently by tho arm by a milkman tended by a large number of f rinds of who had been arranging his cans on tho deoeosed and citizens of the city. his handcart Just in front of the shop. " 'Quick, governor!' ho shouted. 'Aft- Tho local company of National Guard er him or we loao hlml Look; he's pass- of which deceased was a member, at body, uniformed and tended in a ed the bag to a pall' "Now, for the life of mo I cannot armed. At the grave they fired a tell you what impelled me. I'm not salute over their dead comrade's tho kind of man that you can picture body. tearing up Bond street in the wake We extend to the sorrowing rela of an agitated milkman. But there tives our sympathy and love and pray was something in the grip that man took of my arm that impelled me, so tho God of all comfort to bless and that I threw away my cigar and ran keep them. after the man with the bag neck and "There is no death, neck with the milkman, who exhorted An Angel form with silent tread mo to continue in my efforts by shout- Takes our best loved forma away; ing: And we call them dad.M "'Throw a leg. governor! If wo W. T. DAVIS. loso him we lose him forcvcrl' La Junta, Colo., Aug. 15, 191L ,rWo toro up Conduit street. I don't know what the passersby thought. I A Fierce Night Alarm. bad no time to think of them. When 4we reached Regent street our quarry Is tho hoars?,startllng cough of a child dived into the traffic like a frog into suddenly attacked (by croup. Often It a mill race. Wo went in after him. arou&ed Lewis Chamblin, of 'Manches Eow I missed being knocked down I No. 2.) for their four don't know. The milkman took tho ter, O., (R. R. same risks. Wo were across almost ohlldren were greatly subject to croup as soon as the man and sped after "Somio'imea in aervere attacks," he would him. I don't know what streets we wrote "we were afraid they doubled down. I know that at this die, but since we proved what a cer period it flashed across my mind that tain remedy Dr. King's New Discov I was making a conspicuous ass of ery Is, e have no fear. We rely on myself. Here I was racing down the or slums of Sobo at the bidding of a It for croup and for coughs.colds any threat off lung trouble." So do strango milkman, who never stopped 9o may you. thousands off others. In bis exhortations to me. " 'Keep it up and we'll get him!' Asthma, Hay Fever, La Gnlppo.Whoop "Oar quarry doubled and tacked, but lng Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it wo stuck to him till Just as we were 50c aad $1.00. Trial bottle free. Sold pacing down tho very worst looking m druggists. street of the lot he suddenly slipped by all pi Into a low house, of which the door ,waa open. My milkman never lost a Hit Flag Waa Up. second, Ho whispered hoarsely in my When the crowd assembled for theli ear: game of bail Johnnie, tho pitcher, was "'Stop here, governor, and grab tho missing. Jlmmle was sent to lnvestl first person as comes out of that gate. bouse, no matter who he is! I know "Is Johnnie at home?' asked Jlmmle the way behind.' of tho sister who answered his knock. "In a flash he was gone. He had "Course," answered the sister. "Don't nipped down an alleyway and disap- you see his shirt on the line?" Success peared. I felt a real fool, and the Magazine. whole folly of my action rushed in npon me. I had left my wife strandGetting Back. "Gee, nor exclaimed 'ne pretty cash ed in a shop In Bond street. I had lost my hat and my stick, and here I girl. "I don't want nothln' to do with was in an almost deserted street, you. I wouldn't marry you If you was standing outside a door waiting with tbe last man on earth. Is that plain orders from a strange man to grab enough English for your" tho first person that came out of It "It is certainly plain enough," sold In two seconds more I would have the mortified bookkeeper, "but it Isn't left the place and gone to the nearest Kngllsh."-Cblca- go Tribune. batter, a wiser and chastened man. But Just at that moment a boy of Kills; a Murderer. about fifteen cumo out of the door. Sly milkman must have left his spell A merciless murderer is Appendicitis upon me, for I Immediately threw my with many victims, but Dr. King's arms around him. "Lemme go, governor!' he shouted. New Life Pills kill it .by prevention. nln't done nuflln' to you!" wm'lv stimulate stomach,. liver . ...- -. iirr. clog and bowels, preventing that struggled Impelled to more gmg that invtes aplpjndlcltis, curing hold him. And then suddenly, as if by magic, two policemen appeared on Constipation, Headache, Bllllousooea, m tho scene and seized my boy for ma Chills, 25c at all druggists. My milkman, wreathed In smiles, appeared in tho doorway from which the The Dear Girls. boy hnd Just come, saying blithely and MUly You know, dear, we've been quite respectfully: engaged for two years, and I think lt' "'You've dono that very well, sir. tlmo we were getting married. Tilley-OIWo've got tho other two Inside 1 don't know, dear. Ho If you really then added, 'I'll just put my hands lovo blm you'll let bin be happy for a over this young feller.' little loagor yet "Ho took off the boy's battered bat and out of tho lining came a roll of Pnemonlum. lESO in Bank of England notes. He "Natnro fcuw wbat she was doing then went through tho boy's clothes When she deprived fishes of a voice." and produced out of Ills socks a pair of "How do yon make that out?" ruby and diamond earrings which, to "Whnt if a fish bad to cackle over my astonishment I saw were the very every egg it laid?" Exchange. gewgaws that my wife had taken with Fame can never make us Ho down her to have reset The detective, for my milkman was nothing less, then contentedly on a deathbed. Pope. pinched the boy's car and said: ' "'Where's tho lady's bag?' For bowel complaints in ohlldron Colic " 'In tho yard, sir, ho answered sulk- always glvo Chamberlain's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and ily enough. 'Tbo milkman retrieved It, and, sure castor oil. it is curtain to effect a enough, It was my wife's bag cure and when reduced iwith . water '" 'But,' I said to the dotectivo, "how and swootcnod Is pleasant to .take. Old you know that I was connected No physician can proscribe a ibtej, avith tho lady who owns this bag?" remedy. For sale by all drug our business to know a fow "'It's gists. m thugs,' ho said. 'But if you hadn't been game to run wo should bavo lost BAIZETOW" tho lot We were only Just In time.' Aug. 28- .- "Vvwybody 1 Jojilng tho "Wo left tbe boy and tho two men In the bouse in tho custody of con- good rate 1 hU port stables and took a cab back to Bond Mr. Baize, of , - ne, visited street and bere the strangest part of friends is. . la place a is r dayala.it tae story comes in. We found my wife week. Urjj Joe as w all call him still discussing her pearls with the la 86 yeair 6ki and can got about r. iJeweler, quite unconscious of tbe fact almost as good as most youftg men. 9 (tha t bar bag was gone." Mr. W, C. Daugherty. of this place has beea grading roads with his en" What Is not good for the swarm la gine la at home this 'nvj;k good far tbe bee. Marcus Aure-Bora to tho wife of Mr. Cleve fcu. Pails, vmb In his la Otto oewaty. Keatoaky. youkb. be gare ate heart to Chntet. aad Wild Chase Through the Streets united MmeeV to tho Baptist church of which be "was a consists nsn-be- r In the Heart of London. unUl fate tkath. Recently ho .with hte father and father's near A DETECTIVE'S QUICK WORK. family to Eastern Colorado, Lamar, Afterward, be came to La Junta, Colo, and was employed by tho Jhe Police Officer Wt Not Only A. T. and S. F. R. R. On the 7tb Compelled an Himself, but rd et tot girl the 19 bwt. Clv Dulse a Is all smiles. Jmm ttaU Mr. J. J, Wfetaon, of Sekwt, 'was In November' 3, 1S53, Dead. fie bch, '- m. our town this .wak la tlw Interest jua rm. v of eke HeintaMin MT. Co, w School la progressing nfoMy at this as place with Prof. Lafe Hmry teacher. to .Mr. Leslie Green made a tnp Horse Branch Tuesday on, business. Mr C. M. Ptoagley have monad from East St Louis to this pteco. Sir. W. W. Balzo was In town one day last week. Mr. Brooks, a traveling salesman for tho Ononsboro Hardware Co., was in town Tuesday. Mr. A. S. Kcown has accepted a for position as traveling salesman a .wholesale dry goods firm at Louis ville, Ky. Mr. and Mre, Charles Morman, of MlcHenry, ivtelfcd Mr. T. G. Wilson a few days last . Mr. Dcmlor Stewart visited friends at Olabon, Ky., a few days lastiwoek. we-ik- jfciti. ,. m .am - TW1 a Plat of Alfelfa ad Our Expense? Would you try a plat of alfalfa, if we were to furnish the seed without any cost to you? A large number of farmers in this countywould raise alfalfa, if they knew that it could be grown profitably on their soil,- Every farmer, who is a reader of this paper, may try a small plat of alfalfa, at,our expense. We have made arrangements with the Farmer and Stockman, of St. Louis, of an acre. whereby we can offer any of our readers enough alfalfa seed to sow alfalfa profitably, next year you If this seed grows and your soil is found to yield can grow it as extensively as you desire. You can either buy seed and BOWa large plat, or you can save enough seed, from tlie test plat to increase the acreage. - in M"X iou T try H 1-- 10 CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Cbildrea. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Z&&Ai : How to Get the Seed. Send us $1.75 for our paper one year, the Farmer and Stockman one year, and the People's Popular Monthly one year and we will send you enough alfalfa seed to sow of an acre, absolutely free of charge. When you remember that alfalfa seed usually retails for more than $20.10 per bushel, you can see how liberal this offer is. We guarantee this seed to be the very best on the market andl entirely free from weed and dodder seed. 1-- 10 h A Sinecure. General Horatio C. King, on one occasion narrating' some war memoriwl said: "We suffered many hardships on both sides, but the poor, brave Confederates suffered most I remember a grizzled old colored man who at tbe outbreak of the Spanish war applied for a place as an army cook. "What experience have you had? the old fellow was asked. " 'I was cook, sah, fo' a Confederate he answerea regiment In slxty-fothat is, sah. 1 had the position of cook, but to tell the truth. 1 didn't work at It' " 'Why notr "There wasn't nothln' to cook, u : When you sow it you are sure of having a quality of seed, which will enable you to make a thorough test of your soil. From time to time we will publish articles n our paper on how to prepare the ground and sow the seed to insure a perfect stand of alfalfa. Alfalfa seed should be sown in Kentucky any time between August 1st and September 25th, You shuld therefore place your order with us at once. in-St- eab."' Texas Woman Near Death. Wills Point, Tex. In a letter from Wills Point, Mre. Victoria Stalllngs aaya: "I was afflicted with womanly troubles, had a dreadful cough, and awful pain. I Certainly suffered would have died if I bad not been relieved by taking OarduL Now I am stronger and in better health, that I ever was in my life. I can't say half enough for this medicine." Do you need relief? Cardul will help you Try it for your womanly troubles. Its age is Its guarantee. It cures- - B-10 Eepublican, Hartford, Kentucky. The seed will be mailed direct to you from the the Farmer and Stockman . Louis which will insure prompt delivery. Our paper needs no introduction to the farmers in this county. The Farmer and Stockman is the leading farm and stock paper in the nation. The People's Popular Monthly is one of the best home monthlies in the country. Send us in your subscription at once, you will never have another opportunity like this to get absolutely pure alfal afseed, free'of charge. ' Use the coupon below and mail remittance today. Address all orders to The v "" Date THE REPUBLICAN. . ,;... u ...?..i .". ''"l I, m Tha City of the Dove. When mighty Amru went to conquer Egypt he camped on tho east bank of the Nile opposite Memphis, that great twenty miles long capital of mud bricks whose western verge was tbe pyramids and whose mud brick bouses have all vanished. Amru crushed the Egyptians and came back to get his camp to move over and occupy Memphis. A dove had built in the folds near the top of his tent Blood bathed Amru, the ruthless, would not let ber bo disturbed. A new city started about bis tents. It grew northward along the Nile. It is today Cairo. Memphis 2s only a name. As usually treated, a sprained ankle will disable a man for three or four Chamberweaks, but by applying Hartford, Kentucky. Enclosed find $1.75 for which send me your paper one year, the Farmer and and Stockman one year and the People's Popular Monthly one year. It is understood that ihe Farmer and Stockman is to mail me 'postpaid enough alfalfa 'C h falfa seed to sow of an acre of ground. " one-tent- My Name Myx i t ' . "....-..?:.- ." Address .....;' T.r..... ' , (New or renewal to The Republican? l .,.T 1 ,,".,,,.' I h. Joi " freoly as soon as the lain's Llnam-n- t observing Injury is received, and a the directions with each bottle, BASEBALL STRATEGY. euro can be effected in from two to drug- - Bench Ordera at Tlmea Queer four days. For sale by all Jw Batter With the Fana. One of the charms of tbe gamo is lta What la a Bath? What is a b'ath? Is it the simple unexpectedness, the fact that you nevbath of hot or cold water and soap, er can tell wbafs going to happen unor tbe Turkish bath ot hot air or the Ul it is history. Do you know wbat "Inside ball" Russian one or steam, or the mud or tbe really Is? Most "fans" tblnk they do, bath of compressed ulr butb of Relchenhall. or but few really do know. In fact it tho baths of wine favored by famous Is a very Interesting sidelight both on beauties, or the sun bath of moderu the game and on tho American charbygleulsts. or tbe Laplander's plunge acter, to rcallzo that nine out ot ten Into the hot blubber of a Just killed peoplo who seo a ball gamo see only whale, or tbe batb of asses' milk, to the .flesh of it, never realize tho skeleprovide which for bis consort an Earl ton on which it Is built never see the of Portman bought cheap the Port-ma- n heart bcaUng nor watch its llfeblood estate north of Oxford street as a (low. You go to a gamo and shout farm to keep a herd of asses? Now. yourself hoarse. "Hit it out, you, you bonehead!' which of ibeso Is a bath? London Wbut yer standing thero for? Think Chronicle. this a pink tea? They're all perfectly good bit 'cm!" And tho player at "The Almighty Dollar." Tbe idea of the forceful phrase "tbe the plate, bearing, longs to obey for almighty dollar" is much older than all players lovo to bit yet holds himthe time of Washington Irving. Ben self In. "Make blm glvo you three balls. Jonson's "Epistle to Elizabeth. CountThen blt" aro his orders from the ess of Rutland." commences thus: Whilst that (or which all virtue now to bench from tho baseball general ordering tho game. A man is on third. old. And almost every vice, almlghtlo gold. Thero is but ono out Hits have been few and far between, but a long fly will score the man. How get a long When Tennyson Sat Up Nights. Wo havo bad Alfred Tennyson bere; fly? By meeting one which "cuts the very droll and very wayward, and heart of tbe plate" square and fair. much sitting up of nights till 2 or 3 How get the pitcher to serve such a in tbe morning with pipes in our ball? By "working" him unUl three mouths, at which good hour wo would balls have been called, when the get Alfred to give us soino of his mag- fourth ball must come over the plate ic music, which be does between or tho batter be glvea a pass; heoce growling and Bmoklng, and so to bed. tho ordera, If they go wrong, tt tha -F- itzgerald's "Letters" 11838). pitcher succeeds in getting three strikes across before three balls, the batter Had Misjudged Him. strikes out and a groan goes up from "Does your father ever kiss your the crowd. But the batter knows, and mamma, Willie?" asked the lady who the pitcher knows, and the team bad once been the gentleman's sweet- knows, and the players on the beaea heart know that the man at tha plate struck "Yes, every morning when be goi out because he was obeying orders. away to the city." World Today. "Dear me! And to tblnk that I once doubted bla courage!" Cnleago Kec- - Some Advice For Edith CEicago, HL, . a Thursday P. M. Dear Cousin Edith : havo complied with your rcquoa that 1 go around to tho Mail Order concern on Dearborn street andmako inquiries regarding the quality of that dress you were tomptod to order having a AbVbbbbbbLbV tflk. chanco to see tho goods bo-lforehand. My dear girl, mo toll you that you would roquiro a strong magnifying glass to find a "bar-- 1 4"'AJJL 'SHIHaBBWlf gain" in that ffiBBK cloth at the v ' J aBjPWaHBwWBf VBBBBM quoted" prio you. It looks I pattern without ot to mo vory shoddy stuff, and as I havo been in the twenty years you may take what am talking about Here's a bit of advioe, purchase material for a now little self around to tho your own good little old out tho sort of goods you to pick from and select a pig in a poke. Don't go pretty to be bunkoed by the BV I mm much like cheap you aro awaro that dry goods lino for it from me that I know just when I tell you this. vvaitn:' When 'you wish to jpwn jus$ .trot your sweet leading dry goods store in town, tell the clerk to trot vM ifaat all sorts of patterns what you fanoy. Dbn't buy it Wind. You are far too Mail Order people, Edith. '. i a Hastily your cousin, 4 i -V 'll H.q" .V--J S .URWW ' . "T , rJ IWI syilSsjpp"6 $ The Way the Uncouth Produet f the Loom la Finished. Every woven fabric Is asade by . The Mot Trwohirotis of All the crossing or Interlacing two distinct series of threads together. When the South Sea Natives. $ TJYTl I ir!B1Baa yarn comes from the seiBter it Is K UilfJJiUI'aWl For Infants and Children. Nine Indictments Against the mounted npon the loom la sjiools. writes Rupert Bowers In Harper's A TRIBE OF HEAD HUNTERS. Democratic Convention. 'Wekly. 8o wonderfully nutomntlc are these modern looms thnt when o bobbin Is emptied It Is forced out and The following editorial from tho The Solomon' Islanders Kill and Est a full spool Is put In Its placo without Their Enemies- - m n Inoldent of Louisville Herald on .the Democratic-platforstopping tbo loom. Thero are all Their Weird Religious Rites Storm Is worthy of the thoughtful classes of looms for all classes of maIng a House In a Trestop. AVcdClablePn'nsratJnnrnrlc. consideration of all citizens: terial, from the thinnest fabrics up to tho thickest felts. To attempt to similar! iterWanu'Rtfiifri ''A olose poruaal of the Demo-cratl- o The name Papuan la that given to ono of them or the principles on platform brtngs forth one iingUieSioraachsandDowdsofi the dark skinned people who inhabit fact It Is sincere. It evades-, no which they nro constructed wo'tld greater number of Islands in tho the issue and halts at no crossing-- but tho reader In a wilderness of pluncros in with a distinct purpose part of the Pacific ocean known as' technicalities. The power loom Is one in new, and with a battle-cr- y of Polynesia and Melanesia and whoso of tbo most rcmarkablo and complex honest? end integrity calls to the headquarters, as It were, are In tho Promolcs DigpstlonJChferfui people to follow." of mechanical products, the growth of great Island of Papua or New Guinea. ncss and Restlontolns neifor many yean of experience and IngenuSuch, In part, Is the reply of 'the Undor this description como tho InOpiuntMorphine nor Mineral. ity and the crystallization of the InPaducah to an edi- habitants of the .Solomon islands. NOT NARCOTIC. ventive genlns of many minds. torial in these columns contrasting So evil has been tho reputation of Tho cloth in tbo shop window resemthe paths of tho two. parties, and tho Solomon Islanders that until quite bles the cloth as It comes from the claiming for that upon which OTlcar recently they were carefully avoided, lmjJiia Srtd" loom so remotely that there would and very little was known about them. and his host of followers aro travelseem to be no relationship between HxMtSJtl' They have the nomo of being tho ing, the virtues bf Bincority, courage jhaeSmf them. Tho first product of tbo loom most treacherous of all tho south sea Sio'a and' progresslvenoes, is usually uncouth, harsh and anything luCnmncltLi: natives, yet considering tbo treatment A conspicuous lack of these virtues IftmSffi' but inviting in appearance It has to km:ttl they havo received In the past at tbo Clcnlrd SJrnr pass through many processes before It was- - charged against tho Domocratio mtoftaHmr. hands of white meD, this Is not to bo I is finished and made ready for the mar ( platform, and tho charge is hereby re- wondered at Indeed, tfio wonder Is Apcrfect Remedy for ConsRpa-- j ket it is first mended so as to coriterated, with tho following speclfla In- that they allow any white man at all non, sour oiuuidui.i'idiuiuw rect weaving faults as far as possible. In tbelr country. But now that they dictment: Worms ,ConAuisions.rcvcn$it Then it Is scoured and thoroughly First The Dcmocratta platform have bad u chance' of seeing some ncssandLOSSOFSLEEP. cleansed. Again It Is looked over and ' more favorable specimens than tho evades the Issue of a direct primary mended before It passes to the falling Bystom' by omitting' the word "com- -t dregs of humanity who formerly driftFacsimile Signature of . bo lost or milling machine which, with soap "Finally ho departs, leaving behind and fuller's earth, produces the finish pulsory" from Its plank and employ- ed to tho s6nth- seas they are mnch improved, and a- man who treats them him the rubbish and an atmosphere ing language so lndonnlto as to leave fairly may, NEW YOKK. as a rule, go among them charged with germs and angry words. that Is required. Tbea It Is scoured again. It open to serious Question whother It without fear. porter's definition of Truly a Japanese Tentcrlng is tho next process. This proposes any raal advance whatever Still, even now there Is a beautiful clearing up Is removing rubbish from sets tho cloth at a satisfactory width upon' tho present method of nomina- uncertainty about the life of a south ono placo to another." and straightens It for the operations tion. sea trader. One day be may be, surhunmntpeA under the that follow, the first of which is called Second The Democratlo platform rounded by cringing natives who obey l',"aaatfMm-a'BBSa'raising. Tho millions of tiny books on A TURKEY FEAST. dodges the question of publicity for his every word. But some night if Exact Copy of Wrapper. tbo gigging machine raise up the fibers fOK OUT. THC CINTHUR COHMNT, campaign fundB by falling to specify ho has cheated tho Papuan too gross General Lee 8howed Hit Officers the on tbo surface of tbe cloth and leave ly, there is murder In the moonlight that such publicity must bo made be- and the trader Is never heard of more. them In an upright position. The pile Way to Enjoy It fore elections, or that It need bo made Often, however, tfaero seems to be no General Lee In the drawing room or nap Is tho result This produces a at all. in- connection with primary reason for tho natives turning against was a dignified and quiet gentleman, rcmarkablo change in tho appearance tlons. very kindly and gentle, especially with and condition of tbe fabric. Shearing tbo whites. It Is simply that they ob BWSSUJm Third The Domocratio platform ject to having a trader In their midst women and children. "On the field.1 is tbe next thing. This cuts off all the raised fibers, leaving them of a unifalls to repudiate campaign contribu- So they burn his goods and end by says Major Itnnson In Harper's Magakilling him. zine, "ho was the general, tho com- form length. Tho required gloss and tions from corporations. Tho Solomon islanders any as keen mander In all essential points. But In solidity arc obtained by tbe pressing Fourth The Democratlo platform Is which follows. deliberately indefinite In Its plank re- head hunters as tho Borneans and other points he could bo as sympathetevery year, except where they aro ic and considerate as bo was nt borne. lating to prison reform; its Indorse- held In check by tho British governA JOLLY TIME AT HOME. "In tho latter part of December a ment of the Prison Commissioners ment set out on bead hunting raids barrel was delivered at our camp marks It as Insincere; Its failure to pure and simple. Although cannibalmarked 'General Lee nnd, Staff." Wo Advice to the Man "ftms Wife la condemn prison contract labor betrays ism Is still practiced In the wilder opened It nnd found It was packed full p- Away on a V( the Influence of the Third House, and parts of the group, It is nowadays of turkeys. We sent word to General Dnring any tlmo wt in j P fwlfo Is Its weak concluding sentence leaves mostly a religious ceremony and not Lee. and ho rode over to our camp. on an extended visit w'tb I sedatives ,the whole matter ot prison reform am. a matter of diet Tho islanders do not Thcro was snow on tho ground, and you can savo money t rsr board pended In mid-ai- r and the party abso- generally kill and eat people for enby ar lutely unpledged to any real measure joyment but either becauso their re- we bad laid tho turkeys out on a board allowance maykeeping a "tagyoursugfind the A on tbo snow, the biggest In the middle self. Yon of relief .for existing conditions. ligion demands a human sacrlfico or Fifth Tho Democratic platform because a bead Is needed for some and the others tapering off to the gestions helpful: manifests cowardice In dealing with smallest at each end. Thero were If you forget to order lco you can Ahe Issue of the legislative lobby. It ceremony. render the butter serviceable In the a dozen of them. Ysnbel, onq of the largest Islands about In avoids any direct reterenco to the "General Lee dismounted and joined following manner: Tako a cut glass Third House, and, by limiting Its de- In tbo Solomon group, the natives build the group gathered round tbo present-carryin- finger bowl nnd fill It with cool water. lobbying, bouses In the highest trees to cscapo to "corrupt" nunciation CAEDS NOTE HEADS his unslung and undrawn Scrapo the butter Into tho finger bowL leaves a loophole for countenancing from tho attacks of head hunting parexready to spread your the demoralizing activities of those ties, who sometimes como as far as 200 sword In his hand. He was told that Whenyour bntter In quantities bread as needwho ply their traffic In legislation by miles in their search for skulls. One tbo big turkey in tbo middle was bis. tract the use of patronage and other meth of these bousc3 was built in a tree 150 He stood looking down at the turkeys ed with tho cucumber lifter. That's POST CARDS ENVELOPES that fiat silver spoon with holes In It ods of driving bargains In bills. It feet high. All tho lower branches bad for a moment and then said, touching offers no practical suggestion for the If you smell smoke you will doubttho big turkey with the scabbard of cure of the evil, and makes no promise been cut off. so that tho stem was his sword: less find tho lamp Is smoking and the BILL HEADS BLOTTERS to extend the power of the people so qulto bare until the platform, some "This. then, la my turkey? I don't room Is covered with soot First turn as to enable them to cope with It If eighty feet from the ground, was know, gentlemen, what you aro going tho wick down to savo oil, then get a necessary. reached. Access was bad to tbo honso damp cloth and go over everything Sixth The Democratic platform In- by a rickety ladder'composcd of rungs to do with your turkeys, but I wish carefully, rinsing 'out tho cloth from LETTER HEADS PROGRAMS dulges In vaguo and meaningless gen- lashed to a stout pole with rope of mine 6ent to the hospital In Peterseralization on tho question of educa- twisted cane. When nn attack Is ex- burg so thnt somo of the convalescents time to time. When cleaning tbe walls uso only a downward motion, so that tion. inay havo a good dinner.' s-Seventh The Democratic platform pected tho women and children take "Ho then turned on his heel and. the streaks will all ran vertically. STATEMENT' HEADS SHIPPING TAGS refuge In these houses, while tho men bos no promise of remedy for the inNot having your wife's social charm, walking to his horse, mounted and iquitous and unconstitutional legisla- keep watch. They warn each other of you will doubtless bo given tough steak tive districting that prevails in Ken- tho approach of a fleet by a curious rodo away. Wo looked at one another by your butcher. One way to mako tucky. cry which once, heard Is never to bo for a moment and then, without a steak tender Is to run It repeatedly CIRCULARS LABELS word, replaced the turkeys in tbo barEighth The Democratic platform forgotten. These houses are substanthrough the sewing machine. Use a rel and sent them to the hospital." omits any reference to the tially built as often tho Inhabitants conrscneodle. but no thread. The bobelection of Judges: have to withstand a Jong siege In bin trough will catch tho Juice, which NInthr-Th- e BOOKLETS Democratic platform, In STOCK FORMS Gilbert's Witty Comment can bo used later for gravy. If you It's alleged county unit plank, not only them. The floor Is mado of plaited Sir W. S. Gilbert's wit and humor take out tbe bobbin first yon will have bamboo latd on a layer of bark which falls to mention the county unit, but uses language so shrewdly wordod as rests upon the platform. The walls were always ready. He was a flno moro room for tho juice Walter A. ORDER BLANKS CATALOGUES -to admit of more than one Interpreta- arc of bamboo, and tho roof Is thatch- raconteur and a good after dinner Dyer In Delineator. tion.. It evidences Its Insincerity by ed wfth sage palm. The particular speaker. Rutland Barrlngton, the old declaring, that temperance is not a po- bouso to which I havo referred meas- Savoyard, said that "staying in GilA Washless Washboard, litical' question, and In the next para- ured 30 by 15 feet and forty persons bert's bouso was like living In a litDEED BLANKS ' "Women haven't tbo artistic tempergraph employing It as a campaign had been known to tako refuge In It erary fireworks factory." ament" complained tbe orchestra muIssue. Barrlngton played tbo Captain in party land and tho We might continue this Indictment If tho attacking sician to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. through several additional counts as men cannot resist them successfully "Pinafore." At rehearsal ono day Gi- "That's why 1 am unmarried.' Oh, lbert who was an autocratic and mag- yes, I was married once. 1 thought to pertinent as those already enumerated they, too, ascend to the tree house. A but these will suffice to call the ridicu- pile of large stones Is always kept nificent stage manager, told him to acquire a woman who could tako care lous bluff of our Paducah contempo- ready for emergencies 'outside the door cross the stage, which represented tho of my home, mako a little domestic rary. of the platform, and these tho men deck of H. M. H. Pinafore, and sit on placo .of refugo for mo and all that "We challenge It to defend Its party hurl down on their foes. Sometimes, a skylight "In a penslvo attitude." but tho dream soon fled. against this Indictment It can not however, the enemy construct a shelter Barrlngton obeyed orders, but unfortu"A few days after I was married A get away with tho bald claim printed beneath which they can work away nately tho skylight bad only been at the beginning of this editorial. It and cut the tree down, and they havo rigged up temporarily, and the portly my brldo camo to mo and sold: 'Dear, must show .that the Democratic plat that new washboard you got for mo la Let Us Submit JEstlraate ou Your Next Work. through It the your form Is, not a, work of deceit and chi- oven been known to ascend off tree Barrlngton ancrashed said no good at all. I can't wash attitude." their , "That's canery, evasion and betrayal. We while' the inhabitants were All Work Guaranteed. socks on It' Gilbert In a flash. have been waiting for some Democrat guard and set fire to tho house. " 'Washboard!' says L "Why, I never Nowadays, however, bead hunting is with nerve enough to file an apology bought you a washboard.' But she led for that convention document, and we indulged In only on' special occasions. Wanted to Convert' Utopia. mo out Into the kitchen and showed hope, our Paducah neighbor will prove Often, Indeed, when a head Is required When the "Utopia" was flrs publish- mo what she'd been scrubbing away champion. to be tho much-needethe chief gives notlco of tbo fact to ed It occasioned a pleasant mistake. on all tbe morning. Great heavens! the different tribes and offers a reward This political romance represents a It was my now xylophone." for one. The chiefs of the villages perfect but visionary republic In an Attacks School Principal. look around, and if In any ot them Island supposed to have been someRebuking an Bmserer A sovere attack on school principal, there Is a native who has made him- where In the Atlantic, near these westOnce, so tbe story goes. Emperor ern shores, Ohtas. B Allen, of Sylvanl, ("a., Is self, objectionable tor any reason they Nicholas of Russia asked Uszt to play "As this was tho age of discovery," In his presence. thus told by him. "For mor than decide that his bead shall come off and The mwlcteB comthroe years,-- ha (writes, "I sat Pbmsj. In thoreward be earned. The victim Is says Granger, "the learned Budacus piled, but during tbe psrisrmsBce tbe not told of his' Impending fate, but Is and others took It for genuine history czar started a convcfsatloa crtth an defecrlbable torture from rheumt carefully watched by a man who has and deemed It expedient to send misLiszt stopped playing at and diseas- been told to secure his bead. Qe sionaries thither to convert tbo people.' Hyer and stomach trouble once. The czar asked what was tbo ed kidneys. All remedies failed til watches every movement ot his vie-tt- a "Book of Queer TtriBRs," matter. "When tho emperor speaks," I ueed Electric Bitters, but and when a favorable opportunity said Liszt "every one must bo silent" of this wonderful remedy cured presents itself quickly and remorseChattel Mortgages. Tbo czar smilingly took tho hint and ane lessly kills blm. ,cut3 off his head, and A man who gives a chattel mortgage tho playing proceeded. me completely." Such results Terrible Picture of Suffering. common. Thousands bless them for carries it to the chief, who pays for It should always examine It carefully to Buckbtc'i "Full oi money. This, even happens to make sure It la not "on demand." Groa Clinton, Ky.- -r Mrs. M. C. McElroy, Pedigreed Seed have a Life" Northern yean M curing 'atosnaoh trouble, female com- In 8aU. Didn't Have To. ' reimtalloii oi j8 "asen if they have mad them- Sharp money lenders who loan funds tucccuf teed bllUous-nes- s, white kidney disorders, "Did you bear tho rain In tbe night?" In a latter from Clinton, writes: plant tbeulbest. growing behind tbem. It pay Xm plaints, selves wwiopular. Money Is paid over mortgages often try have "Yes." Seasonable Specialties: and for now heaHh and1 vigor. for the styll, which goes to Join the on chattel Inserted, and when to Is "For six yaws, I was a sufferer from It the UfcSAINS "Pleasant music, wasn't It?" all drug- chiefs collection. John Foster Frazer this clausemay expect Only 60c a Tiw, titan. Earliest Red Valentino . J3.50 Bushel borrower to part with bis "I didn't notice tbe music. I was female troubles. I could not oat, and . . Jj.aS Bushel Refuiree Extra Earlv m In New York Tribune. gists. New stringless Green Tod chattels at almost any, moment It Is too busy bustling around closing tbe H.70 Uushet Wardwell'i Imn. Kidney Wax li.V) Uushe) a trick by which advantage la often windows. Didn't It keep you busy could not stand on my foot, without Davis New White Wax , , $4.75 Bushel Proud of It Currie'a Kust 1'rooi Wax . to& Bushel taken of the unwary, loo?" Buffering groat pain. I had lost hopo. PEAS Collector I'm going to print a book "Oh. no! We rent a furnished bouse, 0 Extra Early Alaska . . . $3.50 Buahet After using Cardul a week, I began of deadbeats' plstures, and you're go , you know.'VClevelnnd Plain Dealer. . . J5.50 Bushel New Early Gradua . HBMBMBEH On the Pens. 0 Horsford'i Market Garden . jj.50 Bushel Ing to be on the front page, Egotisto improve. Now I fool bettor than "Are you an optimist er 'a pessiBuckbce's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel w bow much would I mist tical Nopals-Say- . Her Concession. In six years." Fifty years of buc-ooLettuce.. tUdbh. Tomato and a full Use ol f0 That Hartford marohanstn help have to owe to get oa the cover? ChiSeeds, i'lants and Bulbs at lowest growing' price. "How do yqu know she's older than ."Both. I hope for the beet, but I support In actual practice, la positive your taxes aad Send for complete catalogue or submit alM oi 0 ray cago News. dea't bet on it as a sure thing." Ex fpu are?" -" and will quote price. ..- -. a Juwtld nHiimiutf. proof, furnished by those who havo your requirements the grower Save Moaey, . Buy direct from It herself." flbange. Write today. Mention this paper, wHk tried it, that Cardul can always be i C$y 0 and cJmwWws. Tra Happiness grows at our own firesides "HofKry7 What did she say?" , To live long It la necessary to Jive "SfcCMld, You and I are Just the reUed on for relieving female weakand to net to Se pkkedup la strangers 0 iQe wfc Mp"yw ilewUv-Clee- ro. ness and disease. Try Cardul, iaWlclbeSl., Ifcxlfwd Sera Fsras. RUrWf,lt tame ace, dearie.' "Toledo Blade, o o o o' e o o galleries. Defies JwrejiL o .o e o 9 o o o PIATFORMS PAPUAN SAVAGES RAILWAYS IN JAPAN. CLOTH IN THE MAKING. CONTRASTED - News-Democr- at i Filthy Cars and Dirty Stations In a Land of Cleanliness. I "The railway Journey from Kioto to Yokohama, despite the fact that most ' beautiful .country la traversed, is not the pleasantest of experiences." 'de-- ' dares a writer in the Wide World. "One buys a railway ticket In Japan in installments. "The ordinary ticket only enables one to go by a train covering tho minimum distance In the maximum time, so an extra express ticket is purchased, which means that the engine moves a little more quickly toward its appointed goal, i "Next a platform ticket must be procured to enable one to board tho train, and finally ono has to fight one's way Into a first class carriage. Why do all o tbo passengers In Japan tako tbelr Into the already painfully small carrtago Instead of leaving It In tho van? And why, again, does a nation that Is a password for cleanliness tho world over possess a train service so shockingly dirty in every detail? "Wo onco In a weak moment looked Into a station master's room at a largo station, and for pure dirt It could havo given points to a dust bean. In tho train carriages tho floors aro covered with tbo dirt of ages, cigarette ends, orango peel, sandwich papers. At Intervals a porter saunters in with a brush and leisurely sweeps all tho refuse into a corner, having first carefully closed every window, so that no atom of discomfort or Infection shall 1 lug-gag- CASTORIA Always Bought The Kind You Have Bears the Signature of Xasa AV i fafr Jfv In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA - t LET US PRINT YOUR . f roWGAGEBLANKS ' Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. d THE HARTFORD REPUBLIC 'Phono No,22 " IHARTFORD, KY. four-'bottle- s SEEDS 000000000 000000000 r se itas -- H. W. BUCKBEE o-- o - to-id- . 1 jfj ., vi . i. iA-1- m n i r i lir resolutions FOND OF ELECTIONS. upon by a A of Ufttea Labor OrgaalsfttfoM In 8wltertns" They Select Evert tetorfd MerB? to taw at the fMtolfk from the city U( LouIavWle, ami reGravedlMra by Ballet. H matter ol to wcead XMtferd, K., a plank upon this quested to Include According to Professor P. F, Bojtet subject, but they were umed down A Custom Quite Popular at One of Geneva, the Swiss have the greatest political lnUlUgeaee In the world Time In This Country. G. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER and tho State prison cotrtraiswloifcera are credited with the refusal to say today. EDITOR8 this Tie Re"Every citizen of a canton Is a Swiss KAMEY E. DUKE, d. NEY FOSTER anything Its Women always publican platform 1 explicit hi victims. cltlsea." says Professor rtoget "Ono PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. denunciation of Convict Contract Lamust become a member of some"-- local to bor, iknrnadlng ks aboUalanent, Un- In Colonial Days Ducking 9tlWere commune to become naturalised and eommualcatiooa Address att Hi ion labor people of Ohio County will Tke Ilarttord Republican. Common In Maryland, In Virginia In order to do so must be accepted by the local communal council. not .bo slow to choose between these tha Penalty Wat Often InflleUj, and "Every mats Swiss citizen to an electwo platforms .especially as the Georgia Sinned at Late at 1819. TIEiXFROlTXS. NO, ALUM. NO LIMK PHOSPHATE tor fromUhe age of twenty, there behas candidate for governor QnuaaTaTlaueiA.... ....,.-.,4- 0. Nowadays If a woman forms the ing no property qualification. Every yot declared himself upon this not . habits of talking too loud and too long Swiss la a soldier and every soldier an question. or Insists upon saying unpleasant elector. The federal elector may vote 1G. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER The Democratic state platform, Mr. things in wrong places and at wrong wherever be mny happen to be, guar- Houses showing whero the dangHrs attracted large crowds of people who McCroary and all the Democratic ora seasons thero are several things which antees being taken that bo votes only from diseases He" and how they oan were greatly benefited hi getting a every o'ear understanding of tors, big, Uttle, old and young, are mny happen to her. If she Is a person once. be prevented, In a way that Kentucky's REPUBLICAN TICKET "The cantons are the political units, harping on national Issues and en- of somo social standing her husband man woman and child oan understand most f&al disease, Tho' groat Wlhlto and no elector may exercise political dorsing everything which the present may get a divorce, or if she belongs rights in moro than ono canton. On it. Plague. Itopro3eritiatjlve3 In ono of tho lower strata bo may moving from ono locality to another Mr. Democratic House of The Exhibit is In charge of gJ 5 I)or Governor, A. S. of E. Notice. Secretary of the has done. Wonder If they endorse ledvo her without that little formality. the Swiss must wait three natbs be- Eugene Kerner, ' ED.WIARD C. O'REAR, hjjir ' .The Hartford Local No. 601, the scathing denunciation of leader If sho makes llfo too unbearable for fore be may exercise tho franchise In State Association and assistant. Mr. will (j,j of Mt. Sterling. Underwood during tho cloalng days tho neighbors she may possibly be ar- his new neighborhood." Illustrated meet at Bonnetfs Schoolhouse. BriKerfler wlU deliver an I Professor Rogct declares that "every Looturo on ".What Everybody Oiisht de, Jilghl, Sept. 15. As there is ImFor Llemtonant Governor, ''J of (the special session, during which rested and fined. If sho lives In EngL. L. BIUSTOW, jfj'- Jennings land and interrupts tho proceedings of collective authority In Switzerland Is to Knowi about Consumption," attach portant business to attend to,a good ho called Hon. William elected. Bryan a liar amidst the unanimous parliament calls names, chases digniattendance 13 desired. "Tbo foreigner," ho states, "Is often stopping niece. '" jFS; ' For Attorney General, applause of the Democratic members? taries to cover whenever they show surprised to seo in a Swiss newspaper IT. H. BALMAIN, Pros. Wherever shown, the Exhibit has , ( Do tho Domocrats of Kentucky endors themselves in public and knocks off on a Monday tho results of all kinds of g'g , TWOS. B. ilcGREGOR, policemen's helmets she Is called a elections on tho Sunday. If be had t this onslaught upon their one time of Benton. gr. and sometimes Imprisoned. gone into a polling booth on tbo Sun.ueimi-crati- c great laoi ana wauerx tb K But even the most "obstinately opprofVr Auditor, platform also endorses the brious and virulent woman," to quote day be would have found in this corj 1EONARD W. BETHERUM, Democratic members of Congress, In tho stately Addison, may bo confident ner a cleric at' a desk, at which the of &It. Vernon. cluding thoir acts. Stfiator Payntor that sho will oscapo tho punishment doctor would vote for the local schoolAll master. ' HJljJ For Treasurer, In meted out to her sister of old. Whatvoted to retain Senator Lorlmer "In another corner would be a desk ot us B1 ever happens, sho won't bo sentenced HERMAN F. MONROE, his seat and also signed the majority - -at which ho would vote for tho local of Louisville. dofi't wear report of tho comntltteo .which Inves- to tho ducking stool. In many ways Judge, In another parti of the same J( : modern llfo Is tamo and lacking in room be would voto for tbo local grave-digge- r, tigated his claims to his seat, and dramatic Incident for a self assertive diamonds. All of Swrotary of Stale, For If) i and so on through a whole yet ithoy talk about consistency! lady, and even tho English suffragettes A. J. OLIVER, & us do wear clothes, 'ravt'iiiavir complain that they aro not taken se- scries of officials, all of whom are poppr Df Bcottaville. Judgo Ed C. O'Rear is a self made ularly elected. All of us do riously enough. "The result ot this training Is that man. He was born and grow to man For Ooounlssloaer of Agriculture, mqdo No such claim could have been eat food, iou can buy dia ' j, . hood under as humble condition's as In tho past, say between the fifteenth tbo political Intelligence of tho Swiss D. W. CLARK, monds by mail order, but t Is extremely developed, and that bo did Abraham Lincoln or James A. and eighteenth centuries, when far of Barbourvllio. j thoroughly understands what be Is votyou are not always sure of get Garfield. As a barefoot boy he sold moro rigid views prevailed on tho sub- ing c For Superintendent of Public ject of fcmlnlno self, repression. In try, about at borne hi his native counnewspapers and worked as a "deyll" ting the real thing. Look out for and that when he goes abroad ne Instruction, i In a print shop to support his widow- those days magistrates were- unani- finds It very easy to understand and pastes! The thing that corresponds to T. W. VINSON", mous in the conviction that ''meekness s ed mother. Later he iwonked upon a Is ye chojscst ornlmcnt for a woman," to tnko part In any off Princeton. paste diamonds in the matter of clothing among which ho may find himself." farm and he knows every hardship and it was held a crlmo to speak and furniture is called shoddy. When you buy necessarily connected wiith the life Clerk Court of Appeals, For of those in authority, civil Exchange. of him who earns his dally broad by or ecclesiastical. A woman must not S. WILSON, a suit of clothes or a piece of dress goods by mail kv the sweat of his brow. BasIdes,slnco even Indulge In too great freedom of of Williamsburg. you are just as likely as not to get shoddy instead of TO THE FARMERS he has been placed In a position of speech In the prlvncy of her own home Representative Ohio County, neighborhood. Sometimes she did, the real goods. When you see the goods on the For power his evJry act has shown that and and then she was attended to In a simJ. A. LEACH, Jones' Pure Animal Matter humWocon-dltlon- s counter you can turn them over, get the "feel he has not forgotten tho ple yet spectacular manner. of Beaver Dam. His from which he sprang. of them, know that you are getting wool by Sho was bound securely to a stout Fertilizers, manufactured sympathies are still and always with chair firmly fixed to tho end of a long For Senator, when you ask for wool and not cotton. A Jones' Fertilizer Co. Louisthe humble and tho lowly, and his beam, arranged to work up and down HOLMAN, bargain is not something that is merely Inclination Is ever to thrust himself on the principle of tho seesaw, on ville, Ky. Have on hand a of Alorgantornrn. cheap in price; it is something you strong, not to the edge of a river or pond. On the car-loa- d. between the weak and Also 10 tons of do on injustice to capital or destroy bank at the other end a man worked want, of the quality you want, strong pure Bone Meal. Will- - apby the the contrivance wasmeans of a Every Democratic member of Con- property rights, but to detract obtained just when you want chain, and sho given a ducking, gress from Kentucky voted for the former Xrom tho wrongs, which are which lasted until Justice was satis- preciate your patronage it, and at a reasonable MV Canadian reciprocity agreement, a always attempted through power, up fied or reform was promised, the popu-lacW. E. ELLIS, price, BUY AT HOME, on th 3 latter. course gathering In large numof measure which Is supposed to cheapen 8tf The Produce Man'. the price of farm products. With one Lot no voter be (fooled into the bers to assist at tho function. .WHERE YOU CAN fl In England tho practico was so gen1 exception tho Republican representa- - ld-:-a .that tho Renubllcans liavo nwr eral that each town had its ducking ,SEE WHAT YOU L. & N. Rates. tlves from Kentucky voted against. bad control Ken,tUQky. while they pond conveniently located whero potty r ARE BUY ai, ana tno majorauy or tne JtopuDJicai h,v ,,,, ,h. r,lIn. ExieilHvn Effective Sjpt 1st, 1911, rates will and offenders of various kinds were discimembers of both Homes voted agains State officers a few times, twice In plined. Tbo pond for tho western part be changed on tickets to following ING. it-fact and have had them atolen from of London was what is now a portion points on M. H. & E. to prices namof Trafalgar square, Charing Cross ed balow:. Senator ilcCreary explains that he them one other time when thy elect- Many of tho old ducking stools are Harford tto Oenfccxtawn, 18 cents. M has missed voting on tho local option ed them, they have never had con- still in exlstcnco as curiosities. In the Hartford to Kronoa, Ky., 32 cents. trol of the State Legislature. They days of their activity they were kept question in his county throe times. have never Hartford to Smallkous, Ky., 37 eta. in a "position to maiso in tho church porches, where they The last time, only this year when doubtless pointed a moral as to the Hartford to Moorman, Ky., 46 cts. was compelled to attend a meet- taxes, lower taxes, or in fact (pass haughty spirit he which gocth before a Hartford to Bremen, Ky., 58 ots. ing of the Democratic State Central any pleoe of legislation falL 61' Hartford to Lynn City, Ky., Committee, In Louisville. However he of tho Domocrats. While, with one The first colonists brought tbo lnsti-, lias not stated how he would have exception, tlio Democrats hava been tuuon to tnis country, although It nev- cents. Har,:ford to Anton, Ky., 90 cents. TOted If ho had not been called away in continuous possesion of the State er flourished In New England. In fact, Legislature in both branches, except thero aro no authentic records of the All other stations sauna rate as in The on eueh urgent? business. in 1895, when the Republicans had a actual uso of tbo ducking stool In alfect prior to September 1st. Judge O'Rear dots not tell funny small majority in the House but could theso colonies, although a number of tf H. E. M1SOHKE, Agt anecdotes nor resort to the tricks of enact no legislation tlw women were sentenced to bo so punbecause to Senate was Democratic the orator to cause his hearers Beginning October 1, 1011 the by aavoral ished. They had, howovcr, other methi up their hats and yell while votes. Every appropriation which ha ods of treatment for ladles of a shrewthrow and Delineator mill caeih X IS your business sick? Do you think you should ish disposition, one of those being he Is speaking. He does appeal to tho been made has been made (by a lc tho wearing" of a cleft atlck upon the bo advanced to $1.50. If you care for have more trade? Is there anything worrying you Intelligence cifhls audiences and thy Ukso magazlmes you had beiter not majority in tho Legislature, tongue. in connection with the growth of your business? BO away thinking, THINKING, and and the creation of all unnecessary In tho central and southern colonies wait too late if you wmmt to get thorn most of the voters will continue to oOflces and enormous appropriations tho custom was quite popular, in the at the old price. Let mo glvto you Jhink on .what ho has to Bay until tho has .been done by that party. Do not seventeenth century ducking stools prices on any other magazine or' club were in every county In Maryland, and rates. Can get any porlcdicail ,7th of November. suMer yourself to bo deoelviad when in 1775 tor you one was placed at the confluyou read In the press the that is puhulihed. charge ence of tbo Ohio and Monongabela We have retained the services locally of the greatest retail and As tho days go by there Is overy riv bank advertising expert iq this country, Dundas Henderson, J. NEY FOSTER, that the Republicans have ibean In ers. In Virginia tbo penalty was often y indication that the farmers of and now put his services at your disposal free of all cost and charge at Frankfort, etc. Also aie- - employed, Hartford, Ky. and in 1(KM a Thomas Hart-l- y are united solidlv linhlnd without condition of any kind. Write out an account of your of that colony wrote. It Is said, to Judge O'ltoar in his race for governor.1 mwnber that tt Is tDe legislative de- whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to iwntment which sliaixa the destinies Governor Endlcott, of Massachusetts, Methodist Church. Jiis nm! know sympathy for tho to- .this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Henderson and giving a detailed account of a ducking iacco grower and the fact, that his of the State for good or dll. you wulireceive from him in n few days a solution of your difVIRGIL ELGIN, Pastor. administered to "ooe Betsoy, wife of opponent ficulties tho same kind of solution that has made success for is an aristocrat, 'born John W Newman, Democratic can- John Tucker, who by violence of ,ber There will ha preaching at the thosanda in the same' positions as yourself. with a silver spoon In his mouth.wlth didate for Commissioner of longuo naa maao nls borne and ye Court House iwxt Sunday at 11 a. m., ' not a days experience In all of his After and 7:30 p. m.. This is the last serIs reported to have denounced neighborhood uncomfotable.,, long life to place ihlm In sympathy Republicans In a speech at Kuttawa, describing the macblno be adds: Mxe vice in Hartford this Conference It may T)e that-- a new style Some scheme of a novel kind ropo of advertising will make a that will bring the money with labor of any kind, Is onough last .Saiturday for turning County far- yo was slackened by ye officer, and and the last of the present pastor, as woman was difference in pouring into your money drawto give Judge O'Rear tho united and mers Institutes into political meetings under yo water allowed to go down It completes the fourth; ytar. for ye space er is possible. otbusIaetic support, not only of the This la the same bowman who dur- minute. Betsey bad a stout of half a All Inyltied. Special musta wia bo stomach Possibly a certain kind of adirmers hut overy laboring man Jn the ing his term as Secretary of the and would not yield until sho had nl- - furnished for the occasion Your competitors may vertising folder- - that has rying you and you may be worSUite. lowed herself to be docked Ave severall State Fair rofusod to allow any'Rer want a brought success to others is know edge of the times." After she promised to "sin bo latest method . .Four years ag6 after the Decnoorat-l- c publican a position in coninectlon with moro" Betsey was untied, and allowed what IMPORTANT N0TIQE of fighting them. Legls'aUiro bad 'adjourned, at Frank that institution, and run the whole to "walk home in ber wetted clothes, v' . " fair as a poltlical adjunct and machine a hopefully penitent woman." You may need help in getting Sort, Percy Haley wrote Judse Lass-Jo- g Will sell thev best Patent A particular method of winin your bad debts a few hints Tho ducking jatool prevailed loncer' concerning a report that a special tor the Democratic panty. It Is also dow dressing 'may be what will can be given that have materithe State Kin America than In England. In the Flour at $4.25 per barrel, spot Jesalon was to bi caUed to Increase well knqwn that when bring you the success you lack. ally helped others out of tro-bl- e. V. E. ELLIS, the lax of liquor In .bond and In that Board of Agriculture was first select- oia country It does, not seem to have cash. oeea usea later tnan 1809, but in Geored, that very member of It .was a letter ho undertook to explain why , 8tf The Produce Man. ' Special salesmanship that has Haw to conduct a appointed (by Governor gia women were ducked for scolding .. certain cauntks had been excepted Democrat, special as lato as 1810. It Is Interesting' to made suceeain simihar circum-stanoe- a or sales, may possibly by sale, out of the Carmack county Unit local Beckham Mr. Newman Is a fine note that In 1831 a1 woman In .Philathe may be indicated in shortest way out Free Traveling Health Exhibit of. your .".ojrtion law. General Haley ncplalned fellow to talk about Republicans in- delphia was sentenced to be" ducked, . kyour business. but Car. ihat It was done by the Democratic troducing politics Into the State Far- It tho decree was not carried out,' as was "deemed obsolete and contrary mers InstltuUsAhen vory nwmhorof But whatever it Is, send the fullest particulars of your troubles , 'leaders to satisfy the liquor Koplo Will be Ja Hartford on Friday, to tbo spirit to this department and let Dundas Henderson help. you-FR- EEJ country people tho at&to board was a Democrat for on colonial of tbo times." A writer September 22, until Saturday, in the cities and the Sepcustoms Newman ' . ln rural dtstflcts. In his words, to a number of years andwhipped, yelp- the last Indictments states that one, of tember 23. This costs you nothing and may help for duckine Spaniel quoto, Gemeral Haley exactly they ed and .whined like a A modern Railroad faMenifer coach this country was that because tho Republicans (Aected one Iloyall In Washington, of Mrs. Aase fitted up as a Traveling: "deldvenod the goods to both sides." a lobbylst.-wb- o Hearth Exhlb you to make a foi tMa The same Goneral Haley is the ixw- - member of tho board at the session ! "became so abusive to comrreaaman It by the Kentucky Association Tor held in Elizabethtown. Of cours3 that she was Indicted as a common too Study aod Prevention of fruherculo-'m- , behind the throno In tho present ev Ty,be obtained on applfo of mi&i ation VPTfiiiimaLen to.eluct llr. lloflrnarv vrw- - there would bo no politics m tho HC1U ueiore juage William Cranes All communications absolutely confidntial--ad- ( Is now touring the State of KenState Farmers Institute, according to i nnd was wntenced by blrn to bo duek- - tucky making sCcips at all railroad eta JWaor. .Mr. Nqwman'a understandlniir of It. If V1 .".num.. ou was, uowev trfoae. The Democratic State Platform Is tho Democrats wore allowod to hold or, not subjected to tho dueling IndigAt ich BtopjJlsg placo the public nity, but was released with a flae." MttenA upon the question of Convict oviery position concoctod; with ThoSa Bellman. Is invitol to sae tfae exhibit, fnee of Bwsinvss Building Cootract Leubor, a syatom which tends posWiouB ought to bo dlvldod batpuuH ek&rg), and Iwor practical talk about 4 to ikrAde overy free lboixir.n tho tbo panties and then it could be said When our hatred Is too bitter It Cousiunptioa and other lnfeetlotu fitete ot Kentucky, and Jwtf in Indl I truthfully that U is run as It should places us below those whoa we hat. The Car iwli staaked with -- La Rochefoucauld. xect influ,ac outskle of the state as J be, on a basis. ' BOVtl Chart, .Molto'ee and T 2delj - ,' Hartford Rpublican. well. The Democratic ooawnlltoo warn waited, ca DUCKING SCOLD the BAKING POWDER Ak9ol4lyJrm The only Baking Powder mad from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar ROYAL Dom-ocrat- tc . . to c X. "ISniiPl:: -- Om UriUIHJiLhowever. te? i political-movement- a a o J J Hartford Republican Business Building Bureau WE HAVE THE REMEDY Dem-ooart- Ken-luck- yr, your-busines- s. you-need- " tuneWrit Mhef'art ""' it THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, lurtKu. dJs-ww- -i. 1 Hartford, Kentucky. nm-partlw- ui TTTTTTV ..... WLft. HMMMWkWMMWMft m wf!r'r'p' ' 5 New Goods n U James Hudson' and the second to Mrs. Wade Daniel. Mr. IS 8. Mauzy, of Beaver Dam,wM DEFIED THE COMMODORE. Ho a caller at this offlco yesterday. Mr. L. C. Acton, of Sulphur Spring?, vteltcd his brother, A. C, Acton, this' week. v Mr. L. R. Ooodall, of OttiAertown, paid this offilce a pleasant call yesterday. Mrs.V. R. IkilrJck Is vdattitts her brother, Mr. A. 3. Tanner, of Pleasant Ridge, this taek. bf Mr. A. C. Acton, or the firm Likens & Acton, attended the State Fair at Louisville this .week. Mr. Lewis T. Riley left this wool: for Elkton, Ky., where ho has eiw tered tho Vanderbllt Training School. Mr. Douglas D. Felix Mt yesterday for Lexington, where he will resume' his studios In Kentucky State University. ar ilbns Fannye WhltUnghlll, of Fordsvltle, arrved Wednesday and will do stenographic work htTe tor a item days. ATrMartin Thomas, salesman-fo- r Fair & Co., let yesterday to visit Ills brother, .Mr. J. P. Thomas, of Louis' ylllo, and attend the State Pair. nhe Wajhlnston base ball team defeated a team made up of Hartford boys, but not regular players, here Saturday afternoon. Score 25 to 7. Mrs. W. T. Woodward loft Tuesday where she visited hsr son, Mr. Paul Woodward nnd family, and also her husband, who Is engaged In Olio carpentry business In that city. Users of carbon paper should tryv the famous "Echo" carbon paper. Guaranteed the best papr on the market. Sold toy Tho Hartford Republican. 44tf. prices on Patent Get our cut-rat- e Prescriptions bofone "Medlclaes and going eloswhere. We can eave you money. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. 5tf Rust-ProNow shipment Warner's Corsets the 'best Corsot In the world. A shape for any figure. Barnard & Co. sell thorn, delivered to any address. t ,Mr. Z. Wayne Griffin, who ha3 (been several In tho 'Southern states for weeks In tho intorest of Bajftoss Bros, of Louisville, Is spending this with his family here. your own Buttons-- of material any size, flap or oval top, while you anywhere in the wait or mallod ,Plnkfim Wat Jniubordlntte, but Arriving ft t? Every day for the next week our New Pall Stock will be.arriving, and soon' you will 'find in our house the best selected lino of seasonable Merchandise to be .had in Ohio county. We want your trade, and you . rwill want our goods. Saved Vetiel and Crow. Reuben Plnkham, a natlvo of Nantucket, made his first trip as third lieutenant on tho ship Potomac, which crossed tho north Pacific, a region little known to naval vessels In tho early thirties. Plnkham had been on several whaling voyages nnd was familiar with those waters. Tbo author of "The Island of Nantucket" says that ono day, near sunset, ho bad tho watch, whllo tho commodoro was pacing up and down tho deck. Suddenly Plnkham gavo tbo order, "Man tbo weather braces!" "What's that for?" nsked tho commodore. 'Vfo shall havo wind In a moment." Tho commodoro went to tho leo rail Lay away tenderly, 4. X X Pack it with care, The old shiny Suit That has given such wear. t X NOW FOR t SOMETHING NEW For the man who is not so piti fully poor, or so recklessly rich, we have Suits in Fancy Cheviots, Worsteds, Cassimeres, Plain Che- At We want to Show You Our New Dress Goods, Silks, Ladies' Suits. ' . We want to Show You the greatest line in ' v , Our new line of Fall Shoes Hartford. ; ' v We want to up-to-da- te Show You ' , The biggest line of Men's and Boys' Suits ,, shown anywhere. We want to ShowYpii Our New Fall Shirts, Neckwear and Hosiery. ' We want to Show You The Beautiful Piano we are going to give away to some one. Trade here and get the piano coupons FREE. We want to Show You nnd scanned tho sea and sky. "I see no signs of wind." ho returned. "Let tho men Icavo tho braces." Tho crow dropped tho ropes. Keep hold of tho brnce3, every man f you!" called out Plnkham, and tho en resumed their grasp. The flushed with anger nnd ex claimed In peremptory tones: "Lot tho men leave tho braces I" and again tho braces were dropped. "Don't any of you daro to drop tho ropes!". shouted Plnkham. shaking his trumpet at tho crew, who once mora took hold. Just then the wind dropped entirely; not a breath stirred. "Taut, taut! Haul, all of you!" called Plnkham, and tho ponderous yards swung to reversed position. Tho wind camo out of tho opposite quarter and struck tbo ship like a sledgo hammer. Tho vessel staggered, shook tho spray from her bows and dashed ahead. The commodore disappeared Into his cabin without saying a word. Presently be sent tho first lieutenant to relievo Plnkham, requesting to seo tho latter Immediately. When Pink-haentered tho cabin tho commodore said: "I consider that I am indebted to you for nil of our lives, but' f will cll you frankly If that wind hadn't come I should bavo put you la irons in two minutes." com-odo- ro viots, and Tweeds at $10, $12-50- , $15:and $20. EVERY SUIT IS WORTH THE MONEY We ask for it, and every man who buys one of these Suits will be well satisfied. m 4 t tailor, but you'll get no better suit. You can pay ,more money to the We would like to shdw you the , How pleasant it is to trade at a place where you can get what you want. Call and see us, and we will show you many reasons why it pays trade with a house that saves you money. of FEES FOR ITS FLASHES. 8an Salvador Uses a Live Volcano as a Lighthouse. Tho republic of Sun Salvador is the only government on earth that collects lighthouse fees on account of a volcano that it owns and without tho slightest cost of upkeep. Tho volcanic beacon Is about eight miles inland from tho port of Acajutla. and Its pillar of cloud by day and Us Dro sky by night aro vlslblo for many miles out at sea. It bursts forth every seven minutes and Is Just as accurate as any revolving light that wnrns mariners of danger In any part of the world. T,bls volcano baa been keeping up this seven mlnuto series of eruptions even slnco any ono can remember. It Is a favorlto amusement of visitors to sit by tbo hour during tho lazy afternoons nnd, watch In hand, to time the eruptions till they tiro of tho occupation and fall asleep. No ono has ever caught tho volcano napping, however. Every vessel that puts In at Acajutla has to pay its lighthouse feo. There Is no other Hgbthouso than tbo volcano, but that Is a sufficient excuso for tho government of Snlvndor to make a chargo for Its services. Tho explosions that accompany tbo eruptions sound llko detonations of boavy chargo of dynamite, but fortunately they ace not sufficient to shako tbo ground perceptibly mora than about a mllo or two from tho summit of tbo crater. Pearson's Weekly. Tho Fountain at the Corner. Berangcr is best known for his bacchanalian songs. Ono night bo was at supper with Dumas tbo elder. Tho younger Dumas, who was present, was passing through his collego course and at that period was exhibiting tboso characteristics which unfortunately developed In later life. Noticing that Berangcr bad drunk only water, ho somewhat Indiscreetly asked. "Whero do you obtain, M. Bernnger, all tho wlno wblcb wo find in your songs?" Tho poet's reply was, "From the fountain at tbe corner, my boy, and you would do well to mako that tbo Bourco of your inspiration." Invlnolblo Logic DonaM (who is ecclng bis moro prosperous cousin off by tbo train) Ye mlcht llko tnoWve ma a bob or twa tao drink yo a snfo Journey, Wullle. Wullio (feigning vcgret)-M- an, I cannn. A' my spare shullln's J gkt tao my auld miiaor. uoaaia inais sirange, yer mlther told me ye never glo her onythlng. Wullle Wool, if 1 dlnna glo my auld mlther anything, what sort o' chanco dao yo think you'vo got? iondon Punch. A Great Relief. "Gae, ain't It a great relief when you'vo been Buffering from a toothache to summon up your courago and go to a dentist and bavo It over with?" "I guess BOv Did tba dentist rcllovo , you?" Toledo "You botl Ho wasn't in JJlado. Too Low Down. new Fall Styles, even if you have no notion of buying. Come in, any how, just for a look. I 2kz&7&Go. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. Cacrson & Co. ! INCORPORATED -- A AHlc T rwmocrx UnC-KKlVCL- t Hartford, " tLUiniCH3. . nxu.r-n- r A X Kentucky. U. S. A. 20c dozen. BARNARD & CO. .Mrs. Wolfolk Barrow and two child For School Shoes visit Carson Co. & ren returned Sunday to & Now Suits for Ijadles Go's. r at Carson H Mr. and Mrs. E. T. WiKJaims left Tuesday mrnolng to attand thicj Kenme IlllnolsCentralRallroad-Tltucky State Fair. Table. 4 iMlsa Mary Taylor has returned froi At Beaver Dam Ky. Chautauqua, N. Y., whe'ro she spent ksjveral weeks. v Mr. and Mrs Frod Cooper deft TuesHonlliBonud. Nortli Bouutl. No.mdull:S5a.m. day afternoon to attend the ''No. 182 due .OS am. State No. 101 due 2.48 p.m. No.l32duel2.:Sp.m. . Fair at Louisville. 131 due 8 55?. in No. o.l02dne3.4Sp.m. J. C. Taylor, of Beaver Dam, he has fioao to Lexington, where lur H Xt V Wailrnad Time Table has entered Kentucky' State UnlraraU ' rlr. at Hartford. Ky. V tv. North Bound due 3:40 p. m, schrooter's Floating Studio will not dally except Sunday. K IiAa rfiffA." Bant e1 .if .VIV1 miflTlt - V No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. good plotures made, better "DO IT except Sunday. UVi - No. 113 dally Bound due 1:4G p m, NOW." ' " I South s Typewriter paper In all grades, type dally except Sunday. writer ribbons and carbon payor for H. E. MISCHKB Agt sale all the tlmo at The Republican 44tf. office. fe" Fnr Salo Good Mikh COW. C. E. iMles LllUo Bur,taa has returnodi ' ' 9t2 from an. ostensivo visit with her cous- Smith, Hartford, Ky. itransaoted In, Mrs. J. W. Newtand, of Pleasant lMr. W. F. Schapmire Hill, Ohlo. Dundee, Tuesday business In o v' Miss Alice Keawn has accepted a io ' School you our Lot ua show the school near sltlon as Clothing. Shoos and. on Dukohiunct, an4 began hor work No. 114 " Kt Judge John B. Wilson left Tuosda"y L. &&.N. time card elfoctlva Monday Aug. 21st fer Oiaton and qthor .points In the No. 112 North Bound duo 7:10 n. m, county, where he will do some survej lug. toheror CARSON & CO. '. ', - J '' trud'e Wrlgnt la ngaln lirCtfa. ty Fall Millinery arriving;" at ltea Ger--.,- '. Barnard & w Mr. R. B. Thomson, of Horton, was a pleasant caller a; ims wum.jwu- - ! I -- '?r day. ' Insist on your friends trading at gather tho coupons and win j Fairs', ' the piano. ) new naw Clothing, "have We . Shoes, aaw Hats, naw Drees Goods "vaid Notion. QARSON & 00. ' 4 " Aa lnetrumeat worth working for are going Fairs' Pteno wh4oh th-to give away. ' Suits, Sattn linol Ladles' at Wonderful valiws, ed, ?10.0Q. & Co.'s. Barnard AU-Wo- , , V Gwraatajd fj W ar s f , pjaao eoi)r ana givvn to you on avV cash purebaw. & Co's. Why daraT Wear Wuaderhose ?L?0 toe four Flra' prieafl ar right and Mia Bail 4 v bIw.' prepaSijrte ltr. your.asa wtth a. -' wjo4. miy AJUWN & CO. 4th, ln3t ,. , Miss, Hottje Riley has naturued from Mad4sonyUle, .whore the she was guest of Mlaa Robbie Barnard, and Miss Ruth Thcinas. , Sunt. Ionry. Loach Is out of town thk woekjF visiting schools ,anKl those who have bualneea at h4s office are tv3q.ues.t0d to call Saturday. .When you need, drugs of aoy kind pleaae'dont eeet.THE OHIO COUNTS DRUG CO.. has" tho quaUty and Dtf the price la r&ht ateo. ONLY 7 MORE DAYS IN WHICH TO'GBT 11HB HARTFORD REPUBLICAN OR HERALD FOR A YEAR WITH EACH. $5.00 PAIR OF SPECOME TACLES 0V. J. B. TAP-PA''JBWELBR, AND ORTOIAN, IURTFORD, KY. fitU Tha aunual eoit show and barbecue wea at I lor ton lat Saturday by ThOBisfnBiioia, ws largely attended, aad & moat rta&rkable aowIwgcrf tjula Unaia ACklAa tiu. cnfaul SPnjM.rai ROT JWI V v vm awwweu ( vm iot eoi Leaefc. AAMltas Mn. The a.C- osd to Rtebatd Plunuuer. Tike flwt prfeiUua jor ul was atwwUod to .,.. i"w , "Why don't you name your mule, Wa. thou ch k Is Mt ratJur dim. On Undo Jackson?" "Ain't no name ornery 'nougb to fit 17th of this month It wll make lis mewl, sub." Buffalo Express. lu rct approach to tho earth... .Asa AAs I. ...II. 1.. 1i,VUV,VW UIII03 OU IH.ICQ m. WIU Utf tr inn Dangerous Moonlight. w bo grwat oacger that It will &jt Moonlight most Intense sometimes tlw uoods afirw. or aitusa tha hir cdt causes sore eyes In Cuba, and tbe nathe hack of tho dogs that howl in tives aavlgate and perambulate with umbrella and paraluna. tiie back yard. their home at several Lexington, after spending days hore with the former's parents, Hon. and Mra. H. P. Tajilor. Mr. R. W. Tinsley left Tuesday for Lexington, Ky., whre ho will resume Ms work In tlw Kentucky State University .from which Institution ht will ho graduated next spring. J. F. Caseblor & Co., Funeral calls and Embalmers. All promptly and carefully attended' ito. day or night Bath totephonos. Beaier Dam, Ky. tf Frank O. FoiMraan deft Mon- ilr. jla;,y morning on the M. H. and E. tor Cynuhlana, Ivy., where lw will l In tba railroadi rwonk. boln bo connectied with the civil englnrs de bartiment. Col. and Mns. T. J. Smith received from a telegram Monday afternoon Mr. and Mn. Orvlllo Benn-jt-t, of LOv-toOkja., stating that a HtUa girl had arrived at thair house, and bad Mrs. haen chrlstlenod Nancy Elian. Bennett is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith.. Mr. Roy Bennett ,who has boon in 'tha Sohool of Jounallam at the Uni versity of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., for the past two years .visited friends here Saturday and Sunday and left Tuesday for Lexington, whero he wll spend a year In the Kentucky Statd University. Tho funeral of the lttle boh of Mr. and Mrs, Van Oiler, who 'wias burned to d?ath last spring, will be preachtoo ed at Oik Grove Schoolhouse, mJUs Ifrom Cromwell, Ky., on Cromwell and Select Road, by Rev. Birch ut Shields, next Sunday afternoon 3 o'clock. All are lnviited to be present, especially the rw'atlvta of tho deoraaod boy. Mr. Ernuat Field, of Lafayette, La.. and .Mr. Joshua Field, of Port Arthur, TVxas, arrived Wednesday afternoon for a visit hor3 with their rotative?-Boti- i of tlw young men formerly hero, but for eometl'mQ havo bewn engaged in railroad and ibanking lusiKotfully, and have heeu quits Buocesaful ln their (work, and hold lucrative positions. Tho Brooks comet, which astron omers havo 'tw.a watching for sanw pmr.-iffwn, . F. M. ALLEN Good Horses and Vehicles. Courteous Treatment to all. Transfer meets all trains. WHvWWyWyv One lot good light Brooms, regular 25c and 35c val" ues, closing out price, each 15 Fifty-poun- d cents Only a few of bags Salt, 35c each. these left. HARTFORD GROCERY COMPANY. PHILLIPS HOTEL BATH HOUSE New Building .. Five Mineral Wells .'. .'. Shady Yard .. Largo, CoqI Rooms. MODERN STEAM AND MINERAL BATH HOUSE ' Baths gsven by Hot Springs Attendants. J. R. PHILLIPS, RATE?: Proprietor. DAWSON SPRINGS, KY. $7 to $10 PER WEEK. r JAMES?& HEFLIN Pirst Class Liveryman Centertown, fa - Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, f'iff ! 'ivuqffjf 4 WALL If STREET. of New Ywk Srea Flnsnelsl Quarter. Te thfl mm who looks from without pes Wall street It seems a place of tVep and dangerous mystery, a region dess and cavei and labyrinths fall loss and et perils which threaten enters per-feathere. ruin to blm who ftui uch In too many Instances It bas proved to be. Bat nevertheless there s a decided human Bide to Wall street It Is perhaps the most "two faced" street In the world. Here men who occupy the highest pinnacle of financial success and who are powerful kings, In fact dally brush elbows With office boys and bank messengers, highwaymen, silly and pretty girl stenographers, curb brokers and curb merchants and sharp tongued and ready wlttcd "newsies" with all the motley tide that flows Into "the street" each morning and ebbs bacK The Human 8W tt pf five, iMtewd of four Thursdays. The Whit Ilouae lift been toaseged by in btueU-taa- l maaagers aad those ahorse 'of ooltesje footfcaU ganx to settle ihls'doufot bo tin definite the could be made for usU array of special pentonmances an sorts that mark tho day. The Mart started from a defectld iV. low was about one thousand tMtars XKffrttOStJW dolwith sevn- hundred atml lefty lars Insurance sfwnt Mr. and Mrs. Owen WefcW from Thuraday until Monday "Jwith friends and relatives n'txr Hartfetd. Meters. BUI Nicely and Dud King attended lebor day at MUMom Mines - i 11 n is i t ' al sestet . tWUHOOQK t Hopkins Lwmie ,r ......' ..(. .:"., r i f ,' ! ' to Bells Thursday was possible, and ask evoryono to give Run Friday and cnterred In the Bells us names of rolfttlvos or friends that Ohio formerly lived to Ohio county, so wo run cemetery Mr, H. S. Wand was arrested by Simpson iltepub-llcan- 's x may eond them a ropy of Tho ;.. evening Todd Wo W. P. .Midikitt Wednesday Big Industrial Edition. 14 f posed-slbl- o and taken to Hartford, charged with Trig want Just as many names as 13 Union and ask your assistance. When Incest. 29 Mr. and Mrs. iSam lake, of JJutord, Warren you think of some ono you would like 18 Dill Webster to have receive a copy of the paper spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Bgaln at night Provided, in tho event thkjro is no Smith.. Wall street may bo sold to bo the and thny formerly lived in Ohio counannounced candidate iby tho 9th day most democratic street In the world, ty, let ua haivo tho name, and Just as of September, 1911, tbo Executive Com Just Half in Bed. 4tf for all Its vast wealth. There Is no many as you can itbink of. mittee of said District, shall on Sept. street whero a crowd will gather more Olyde.Ky. Mrs. I. A. Decker writes ICy., 29th meat at Daiwaon Slprlnga, there, even upon the quickly than from Clyde, "I recommend Cardul, Stop Those Fains. and declare the announced candidate, smallest pretext It may bo a street woman's tonic, to any woman In faker selling some newfangled toy or a Tlmborvllle, Miss. Miss Gertrude the of remedy. For five years, 1 If kaino is but one, ttoa nominee of the a "1 need man gilding the ball on a flagpole COO Gatlln, of Tlmborvllle, writes: party for said place, or If thoro bo feet np In tho air. A suffragette mnk-to- did not know anything could stop .those was unable to do my (work. Half my no announced candidate, saild commita speech would transfer' practical- womanly pains, from which I suffered time was spent In bed. At times, I name oho as nominee to ijap- ly tho entire population from a dozen for two years, until I tried Cardui. I could not stand. At last I tried Car- tee shall party In aald eTotition,anld( It resent tho Skyscrapers to the "standing room ivnrious fe- dui. Now I am well and happy,nnd is .further ondered that any one who only" In ber Immediate vicinity. But had been troubled with can do my own work." Don't suffer unless ono hurries ho will not get a male ailments, but they iwero curod In pain, headache, backache, and other becouKes a candidate, shall on or becreature, for a Uttlo while, thanks to Oarudl." Car 0Od view of tho fair fore Sept. 9th, 1911, notify the Dissoon she is lost from view In tangles dul Is especially adapted for use by womanly misery when your "own drug trict Chairman, J. C. Qpdigbit, May-fielof ticker tnpo tossed In reels from tho ailing women. It relieves headache gist has on his shelf a remedy Oardul Ky who shall notify the reB-nearby offlco windows, n favorite sport backache, , dragging toolings, irregu get a bottle for your shelf. spective County Chairman of such anbrokerage bonso clerks. among tho misery, and womlarity, nouncement. This sort of thing usually takes placo anly norvousncs3, Names Wanten et Once. weakness. It la safe. It is rolla By order of tho Comimittee flaring tho noon hour, and at that Ch'm'n. J. C. SPEIG-HT- , timo all work is suspended at tho first ble. It does the work. Will you itry It will be only a short time until B-- 7 In tbo distance it? Please do. isonnd of a band Wild; P. ISOOTT, Sec'y. our Big Industrial Edition will Ibe Everybody flics to tho curb. Business sued, and we are desirous of giving can wait in this busiest of streets for Doctors In Russia, Do you us3 an atomizer in treating as this edition as big circulation most anything before 2 o'clock, when Or. Balph Thompson, in Medical Euapeveryone to give Nasal Catarrh? If so you (will chimes of Trinity sound tho after- rope, states that "in Russia nobody possible, and ask ibe us names of relatives or Ifriends that preciate Ely's Liquid Oream Batai, noon session and "the street" settles ever asks a physician the amount of Aovra to its serious business of mak- his bill. It is universally understood formerly lived in Ohio county, so we tho quickest and surest remedy for proper ing financial history. that a gentleman pays his doctor a may eend them a. copy of The Repub this disease. In all ouratlMe Such is the everyday "outside" Ut- fair sum such a sum as bo can afford lican's Big industrial Edition. We ties it Is identical (withthe solid Cream! ile crooked street "with the river at to pay within tbo limits of his in--, want Just as many names as possl- - Balm, which Is so Ifaanous and so sucono end and a cemetery at the other," come and his sense of generosity. The slble and ask your assistance. When cessful im overcoming Catarrh, Hay, which has sent scores upon scores to Russian mind cannot conceive bow a There ono or tbo other the street with a man engaged in tho holy pursuit of you think of some one you (would like Paver and Cold int he head. to' .have receive a copy of the paper Is relief the first dash of spray updestiny. Strand Magazine. saving life and alleviating suffering formerly lived in Ohio coun'-t- on tho heated sensottve can put a price on his services." After and they let us have the najme, and Just as All druggists 75c., including spraying Without Heads. Ghosts this It is not surprising to learn from Speaking of ghosts, tho London the same authority that Russia Is tbe many as you can think of. 4tt tube, or mailed toy Ely Bros., G6 Warren St, New York. Chronlclo says that "headless coaches" only European country of Importance aro fairly numerous in England. The where tho medical profession is not Has Millions of Friends, most famous is tbo one that drives overcrowded. How would you like (to number your onco a year, on tho anniversary of friends by millions as Bucklen's Ar'Anne Boleyn's execution, up the ave-sastounding nica Salve does? Its at BUckling, ber Norfolk borne. cures in the past Cforty years made Tbo coachman and the four horses FOR FLETCHER'S hnvo not a head between them, and them. Its the beat Salvo in the world Anno's own Is not upon ber shoulders, W. H. & J. F.GILLESPIE for sores, ulcers, eczema, iburnsjbolls, but she holds It in ber lap as ehe sits scalds cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains, Proprietors Jo the coach all in white. At the ball less swelling, bruises, cold sores. Has no Diarrhoea is always more or door tbo whole apparition vanishes. pre- equal for piles. 25c at all drug Anne's father. Sir Thomas, also rides prevalent during September. Be m Colic, gists. drawn by headless horses pared for It Chamberlain's In a coach LACKSMITHING Remedy Is onco a year, and his rldo is much more Cholera and Diarrhoea exciting than bis daughter's. Ho has prompt and effectual. It can always to 'cross forty county bridges during bo defended upon and is pleasant to FOR FLETCHER'S the night and a company of yelling de- take. For sale by all druggists, xn AND REPAIR WORK mons pursues the coach to keep the i horses going. But how do tbo horses EAST VIEW. "boar tho noise if they bavo no cars? Convention Called. Sept 5. 'Messrs. Louis French and Daiwson Springs, Ky., Aug. 16, 191W OharWy ilartin spent Thursday and A Shadow Fifty Miles Long. the Tbo peak of Tenerlfo projects a huge Friday at .Rough niver squirrel hunt of Delegated representatives of counties hereinafter named, composlm shadow Etretcbing upward of fifty ing. miles across tbo deep and partly eclipsCommissioner's Mr. Bill Westerfleld, af Masonville. the First Railroad " ing the adjoining Islands. Exaggerat- spent Wednesday In this vicinity. District of Kentucky. ed shadows of Immense size are com. iMrs. By the order of the Republican ExPhilpat, spent BIrtha Ware, of monly seen in many other places. On tho Harz mountains tho so called Spec-ti- Thursday and Friday In this com- ecutive Committee of the First Railroad Commissioner's District of Kenof the Brocken throws gigantic munity. Mr. Charley Westerfleld, of Mason tucky, duly and regularly made, it Is shadows of mountain climbers Into the sky, repeating every movement made ville, was In our midst Thursday. directed that a District Convenitilon by them. The samo occurs on tho the Adalburg, at Doelgated ropresentatlvies of Mr. Marshall Crowe, of snrnmlt of Fambamarca. In 'Peru. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. Republican voters residing in thecoun-- ' On the tops of Alpine peaks and on T. ties named below, be held in tho city French. tbo summit of Ben Lomond, in Scot29th, Mr. Davo Sadler spent Monday and of Dawson Springs on Sept. land, mists In one case and rarefied 1911, 2, p. m., for the purpose of ncrnl fljr in the other explain theso optical Tuesday at Owensboro. ComMr. Dee Wbittaker's dwelling liousa natlng a candidate foriRailnoad illusions. Tbo same causes produce Also colored shadows, varying at each and meat house and contents in eald disntlot to be was missioner hour of the day and traceable to tbo burned Wednesday evening. Tho fire voted for at tho November election dispersion of tho solar rays. Scientific 1911. American. The delegates to said convention shall be selected by county Mass MeCAU. PATTERNS As to the Fireplace. Celebrated for ttyle, perfect fit, ilmpllcity in4 Conventions to be held in the County . reliability nearly, 0 yeara. Sold In nearly Tbo sides of a Qreplaco should bo I erery city and town In the United Stataa and Seat In each county at 1:30 p. m.t irell splayed or beveled In order to reCanada, or by mail direct. More told than sny other make. Send for free catalogue, flect tho beat says Arts and Decorastandard time, on Saturday, Sept, 23, MAGAZINE tion. Tho back should lean forward at 1911. The form of voting on aliquot McCALIS More aabtariberi than any othei fnhion tbo top for the same purpose, and the million a month. Inraluable. LaU be tlons in said conventions ahall dreisnakiair, millinery, fireplace should not be too deep. A frnajaaino pattern t, needlework, halrdreaiing, fancy piercing pains af Neuralgia, iviva voce. The projecting chimney produces an effect pood atoriea, ee. Only K eenta a The County Executive Committees year (worth double), Including a free pattern, of pushing tho guest away, whereas a which often follows a bad cold or bubtcribe today, or (end for sample copy. shall give not less than ilea days noreceding ono beckons blm nearer to LaGrippo, are frequently almost unWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS enjoy tho hospitality of tho open Ore. bearable and few medicine afford tice of the time, the particular place to AgenU. Poital brings premium catalogue and new cah prize oCTera, Address For this reason tho inglenook that Is, any relief to tho sufferer. or building where said County Conven IBS McCili CO. U4 to 3 W. J7th SL. HEW YORK tbo Qreplaco built Into tbe wall of the ibe held, and tho manner 'I am a rural mail carrier and tlons shall room Is especially cory and attractive. have been a user of the Di. Miles of selecting delegates, by newspaper publication or by notice posted in cou; medicines for year. Operation Thought Inevitable. Pills splclous places in each voting preDr. Miles' AmU-Pa- la HAVE YOUR SUITS cinct of the county. J?erris, Tex. In a Jotter from this can't be beaten. They are the One delegate ahall be elected for .placo, Mary Kllman, nays: "I was only thing. I have found that will each 100 votes, or fraction Ihoroof confined o my bed for three monitih3, relieve my neuralgia and I have tried amounting to 60 or over, cast for the most everything, betides medicine vrUh womanly troubles and during willing to Republican electors in each county this timo Buffered untold agony. from the doctor. I taa Anti-Pala at the Presidential election in IOCS. tell anyone hat the Tbo doctor mid on apamtlon was ineand DyeThfe number of dqlogates to said DisPills did for mo." vitable. I tried Cardui. Now I am ing Convention appointed under said ClIARLXS HlLDHiBRANDT, trict well, and nblo to do a great part of WoodviU. Ohio basis to each of the various counties Box 205 given Ladies my work," Thousands of ladies have If you, like Mr. Hildarbrandt, of said district, being as follows: testified to tho benefit obtained from . 19 "have tried moat ccry thing" In Allen, te Cardui, the woman's tonic. It 7 vain, why not do as he did, fight Ballard unnecessary womanly ipalneand 2.1 Bannon builds up womanly strength. It la a Sur ache and pains with Dr. Anti-Pai- n , 2Q Pilk. Let the Breckenridtfe true tonic Taw It. It will help Work 23 pills bear the brunt of tbe battle. Butler ...l --SOU. b-.' 15 No matter how stubborn the con- Caldwell I O test, they will come out victorious. Calloway 9 Club $1.00 Thanksgiving November 30. ,, , 5 Pills Oarllslo Dr. Mites' Anti-Pai- n ' It has boon annonuoed from Wash 10 CrhrlUian stand on their record, which is a Crttte&daa ,' .. 17 v 'ngton that President Taft, (Will deaig- - long list of cure extending back a as Hartford PressinQ Gliit, , Daviess 38 jiwtto ' Tnureuay, Novemhter 30, Jhaaksglvlng Day this year. It al- - generation. everywhere sell them. If Edmonson 13 Druggists Y, M. C. A. IJLDO., vVay has beon. tho custom to fix the first paeksge falls to benefit, your drug ,. 6 Fulton gist, will return your money. Thla MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. Graves 17 gjM .Thursday in tbo moWh. HARTFORD, KY. ., fflW there had been jsomo doubt Gwayspn i Jtoran&ier happened to include ,,.. 19 Hardin ,..., " p; d, C y, es. uo Monday. was the guest of iMr. B. J. It will .be anjy a short time until Mr. and Mrs.French Austin, at .Beaver B. C will bo Isour Big Industrial Edition sued, and wo are desirous of gltving Daan Friday. Airs. Dora Miller who at En-sas this ilitfon as big circulation Names Wantedat Once. dll .brought or Logan Lyon .,,. ,,.- , Marshall ;i. ...' Livingston ,, McCracken '....;.,... McLean ..' Meade K Metcaif I ....." .... Monroe Muhlenberg 11 T. Wrkhead, Jtt4e; ClrwK Cewt--T. 7 Ben D. Riinfo, Aftentey; W. l MMMK. 33 Jailer! K. O. Bftrrww, Cterk; ,F. Ij. r-ll- x, 10 Master CommfeJoiw; 11. T. Collins, TrustM Jury Fund; T. II. iBtook, Sheriff, Hartford. refutl-- a. O. .Xeown an .8 Un Blaelc Court convene first Mon12 day in February and 'continues three 10 eSXio SavtAtsr FJIF3.irJH., Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law j 'r , .... ......(.'i 30 13 9 W. & TInsley, Clerk, C, K. Smith, At13 torney, Hartford. Court convenes first 19 Monday In each month. on Quarterly Quarterly Court-Be- gin 31 May,. 33 the fourth Monday In February, August and NoveniW. 9 Court of Claims Convenes first TuesIn January and first Tuesday In 1(5 day i HAJITFORD, KY. Will praottce his profccoloB in tfels. and - adjotoing twuattee. Comtavsrai&l weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks and OrknlDl Praodce & Specialty. second Monday In June, three weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. R.' Wedding, Judge; 0. U, fABxarT County Cotirt-- R. 0. E. Shit l smith, Attorneys barnett at Law, e. HARTFORD, - KY. ill practice their profession In all th courts of Ohio and adjoining co ties and Court of Appeals, Sp' il attention given to all buslnr rusted to their care. Collections ai the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate La October. Surveyor. Fordsvllle, Ky., n. F. D. no. i iernura a ciix Ky., H. F. D. No. 2; llenry Leach, Dr. A. 13. Superintendent, Hartford; Hiley, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUItTS. ,it:u,, d, Monday In November. Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after the second Monday In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August, HARTFORD, - KY. Wednesday after 2nd Monday in November. Will practice his profession In all ths X' ?,les: Fordsvllle, Thursday Monday In February, Thursday after Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, after and In the Court of Appeals. Also NoThursday after tary Public. Office over First National 1$, ? A?fff.. VC " "uvemuer. Bank. MnniiVPittttSnVRalph' ,Frlday after 2nd a fc : is. a. ijiainoenuin, ximuuiu, iuuwa after 3rd Monday In March. Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after O. B. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John H. Miles, Ilockport, Friday after 3rd Monday In March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, "Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuseday after 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Specialties. lng. Office In Republican build Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, FRANK L.FELIX, KY. Will practice his profession In Ohl and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice ahd Col lections a Specialty. Office In the Herald building. :' YANOYL.MOSLEY, Attqrney at Law S Mrr. mc& &ru&?",H. JOHNB.VlLBON HARTFORD Attorneys TCli.y ? CtUS. M, CROWE POLICE COURT. ?;. T' SSS! C. M. M. ,V.ncl'- -J' JA "wiuuiy H- - Sam Rllty om?s- - CieTkX a- - K-- in eacn montn. Williams, Mayor; Sarshal; "KS WILSON & CROWE Coi.U TreasI m FalV. JJAWYER8 HARTFORD, - SSff. : - KY. W8CRTf,?'e-.?-?le,n"- ' "'"oittrjr, u, m. uarnett, riZzz"and Dr. B. B. Pendleton; the courts of Ohio RELIGIOUS SERVICES. ..t - Chairman; iirt E. Phnrph v. Children Cry GILLESPIE BROS. CASTORI A sss:rs"s w." a day each "cct,jiK 7 - eyenlnir. Rev. Virgil every Pastor! Elgin ;ni 'i. CAiith ";";uisi uin intra Sunir."" "i1month. Sunday School 9:45 "j .nK . . Will practice their profession in all unl- adjoining coun ties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Offloa on Main 9t, opposite Court House. Children Cry CASTO Rl A 6 Horseshoeing a Specialty. nejday wTirSS: Christian Church Services . every fourth ichooiy!!.H,a' M- - !? 7 p- - m- - sGnday " fc der W Wr,gnt lastor. , Ohio County Ch"rch-Servi- ces Vp" first Sunday in 'HARTFORD. KY. Sunday Scool 8:15. All Matters Given Prompt AttenSECRET SOCIETIES. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A . Hartfnrd T.ndiro 7 Arc t.V meets first and third Monday night in SPECIALTY. 00we? Hunter. W. M., U Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. a. M. meets everv thirH OTTO C. MARTIN 5ir S. P. McKENNET Moo"ro High Priest; wCha"J?.nntil..Joohn-T- ; ... ii.ivr. wiiupier """"" "xt""1?. o. 84,r o. E. S.. . meets fiennnil nml n..- -. ."""" iiuuua.y A;A.nAer8n. W.M. Miss J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public v rVS0"' o.i.j.. Martin & McKeniey Hartford, Ky. Life, Accident, SicK Ptrnfi1 R-L02 of C" of R &as.Pan' Hartford Tent No. ifVe K. M. iSittW Trsday' General Insurance "" Foreman. RVo'rdKeein,"mnUer: J' Ney FSter' K' O. 5S? 99. T. er Hartford, - Ky. ouiintiine ixive no. 4Z, I,, o. T M meets every first and third Friday nislit "rs- - LuIa Pendleton, Lady Rr?!' day nhVh and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Carpenters and Joiners local' No. 1881, SSSi? iltoSaturSay nleht m eacl nonth Skagus. Pres.; W. D. Luce, Sec- .. AntTIA T.ArltVA "Mrt TX th second and fourth 'Friday night in n- each month tv urana v CM. Barnett Secretary. fi h vju.uj.riua jo. anA JA..H.i. ..--Men. mAtll Bnnn.1 im, imp. order. Red "' RectordsChem A,-- m' " V' ."j,8"""' B- te' CMei ot "The Only Thing That Will Relieve Neuralgia." '"P17, - w- - N6. 202 Con-?i- il Som,ma,nd0''' Thl,mM WUllams; Clerk, Wallace. l'reston Morton Post No. 4, O. holds regular meetings Saturday A. R. before n chT .month. Ash- HJt -n. . J.WBO, Adjt. .,Halford v. Electric Bitters Succeed iwhen everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified, r",.Moj?laj' - A. S. of E. J. M. Woods.' Socretary.Treasurer-- S. D. Kump, Ind. State Officers: 'H SJ Profan, Carroll county, Pres. Henderson county Vice P Id ParretV 8. B. ItobertRnn ' XrT.aAn HA.m... National Officers: Presldent-- M. F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. VJco President-- FOR KIDNEY.UVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE k 'k the beet medicine ever mM over a druggist's counter. Cleaned i Pressed ow Treas. O. P. Roomer, Warren county, State C. C. A'llen, Henry county, and Lat. tie Graves. Allen county, Assistant state j&miix;iBi lioard or Directors. Ben Watson, War-re- n county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio coun- tV! A. TT Itrnnlr lfrariVin n.i... t Sv ?fty. JIftrdn county, and J, l Doss, Ohlrt tAlintv Taft'fnafsi 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky, Henry PIrtle. Sec. Hartford. Ky. D. Ford. Treas.., Hartford, Ky. COUNTY DOAIID OF EDUCATION. Henry teach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. n. Tlchnnnr. Ilnrlfnr.l i v r. N5. 5. 2. B. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky, 3. M. 8. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. D. L. Alford. White Hun. Ky. C. Richard PJueier, Taylor Mlnes.Ky, . J. L; Drown, Ilockport. Ky. o. bucubb'S SEEDS sum success i M yt ST Bf 1C. fUUm U yon oar tassji Mnuu&Mit enitAinar. tal,MrlllsiUl.l Pliie C0lltkM IM,1IUDUIT.IIMS -- fc.".fci.,l.Mi.M...J" SPECIAL OFFER: BaMaM. AtrUlirUI WtU ifis i SfHjii.wiji k.lw- -i TirMtes Is mil. VlUJkJ&Jkll J.JLE.J. 0 JTJM.JkBJW Write Meatfon thk Aver. JwJS'JAJJJJAJVvJJJNJVJJVJtfW pro-ven- D Repairing neatly done. work special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. called for and delivered. per rate month. lteemptoiu4FMklasu4lftklTauI aoUMtlas o( ImU Mtfat4. tafMaw wltt m , JM., HTM WM.W. . p rwi mat tu umi M Jltil TariMM ot SMd null, t. taw I Wl i SEND 10 CENTS I TBarBsBe1e)BfPf , ni ,.t. bo-ki- m J Q fssHsiflejbhflSjW For Sale or ftiotoi for.ipwrt fmmlZ uA fr npnrt. I to fne xirtoe, bowIP. obtain ptm, trle nufta, I 1 UtfVf lNtuu,CTa 1 COUNTRIES. guthuil JlrrtivAtk Walking ton lavtt W.I menrf ana ojm itjxnrni. mm orm iMnR(mit rraniM uoigiireir. cam to Of at Writ TM HfMh MrNi,aMf ffalWd fttatM ratal Mes, I WASHINSTON, D. C. . Real Estate! 60 Acres of tho finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres in cultivation. Good dwelling; and out build-Ing- s. A bargain for $1,250. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ijTOjra DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC. Anrona sendlntt a sketch and description may uur upiniou su) laprobablrpatantanfa. iro wueiuer hrrentlon iwfuiu Mom atrlotlr eonfld.ntli Haiti Oldest opener for ..cunna patent". aentf . reeolra PataaU taken through Mutra ft pwtvri turtle, without (marge. In tn We have 469 acres of fine bottom land from one and a half to two miles of Hartford, part of It with timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the same tract. Terms easy. A new ono and one-ha- lf 8 tor frame building with five rooms and large rocptleon hall, built out of the best selected material. Situated on Clay and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Traok Marks ,. .. it. Scientific Hmericam emlAtlnn nf hendsomelr lllmrtrated weeilr. Tjirreat elr. anT.rt.nttfln Innrnil. niiroi. 11 reart foor months, fL Soldbrall notfsdealera. A. M ifVS EN wM Subscribe for The Republican -- $1.00 per year. nine room two story dwelling In Centertown, Ky., baa good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A jplendld location for family residence and hotel, price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETfT.& FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Good return t&arAs three times a day for what tho newepaperB know about him and suppressed. Somo people never hand an Item of ncrws for publication, If but we happen to miss an Item in which they are Interested, they are euro to hand us a north pole star that would For Present Condition of the freeze tho liver of a polar bear. Have you any news, tell the State Treasury. editor of the Republican and ho will serve It a la mode, m case you do sIt will, bo charged In this campaign not happen to moot him, use tho telby tho Democrats that Mr. Deckham ephone or mall. You will ibo helping left a surplus In the State Treasury to make your town paper "of greater and that the Republicans will go out interest and thereby sonvo the gen this year with a doflclt The facts are eral community. Wihatuver news may these: For many months before Mr. Interest you, must surely lntorxet Deckham wont out of ofllco tho debts athere. of tho State were not paid until war rants for hundreds of thousands of Cheap Clubbing Rates. dollars had accumulated. They delibWo have mado an arrangement wltl I erately withheld payment of these the publishers of tho Inland Farmer, debts in order to make it appear that treasury. of, Loulsvillo, whereby wo ore enabled there was a surplus In the Consequently, when tho Republicans to furnish The Hartford Republican entered ofneo in 1008 tho first thing and that paper one year for $1.50. they had to do was to pay out nearly Tho Inland Farmer Is a weekly Joura million dollars in overdue debts. nal and one of the best farm papers This showed that the alleged surplus not exist. An- published in the United States. Our was a myth; that it did other, thing: The Legislature had been readers should take advantage of tf in the hands of the Democrats con this offer. itantly. They mado all the appropriaThe Republicans controlled Dlgostion and Assimilation. tions. It Is not the quantity of food taken only the executive branch and had to pay out whatever the Democrats or but the amount digested and assimiaered, and they ordored tremendous lated that gives strength and vitality appropriations. Therefore the condi- to the system. Chamberialnta Stomac the tion of tho State Treasury Is the re- and Liver Tablets invigorate sult of Democratic activities. The Re- stomach and liver and enable them publicans can not bo saddled with the to iperform their (functions naturally. m, responsibility. ,v"" For sale by all druggists. DEMOCRATS A Clean Man Outside cteantiocss is less than hall the battle. A man may scrub himscll a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but Inside. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues., The man who is clean In this way will look it and act it. Ho will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. lie will never bo troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood, disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Dlood diseases arc found whero there is unclean blood. t ?a t mm f 1. f nan wuu.uiupuvu uuu 1uruiicums mean uncicon lungs. awa S ? RESPONSIBLE aWaeW " JVaefl Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents those diseases. It makes a man's insides clean and healthy. It cleans tho digestive organs, makes pure, cli.in blood, and clean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to tho nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is tho most unclean unclesnliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PeU lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to toko as candy. habit-formin- g A single motion is quicker to make SPEED e, key-for-eyery-character than two. Only one motion is needed to POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE you a position if you us real soon. We need many more at once to supply tbe enormous demand for our graduates. As soon aa we get tbe required number of students tbls offer will bo withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. make any character desired on the complete, straight-lin- WE C Helpless as a Baby. A C SQ ULC- -- KY. GEO. W. SCHWARTZ ramoirAt, BUSINESS OOIiliEGE wcoaroaixmD BSTiDUBBXD 184 COTJISVTXiIjIS, . t Tho Democratlo candidates in their ArMCITMDTmfaT Can Be CURED attitude toward the county unit QuesTO PROVE IT an. tion are precisely like the school ti We tend applied to tbe trustees for lung FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief teacher who rniyca trouble, coughs, pains in chest, for a position. Asked whether he run down feeling. (Mention this paper.) and that taught the round or the flat system as and rtmariailt Ifecial cfftri to rider agents. tnai WML YOB RE ISTflNKUFB whe,n 'ou receive our beautiful catalogue aa to the shap of the globe, he replied OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY ttudy our superb models at the wmdttfuU COLUMBUS, OHIO B&3 Icyi trues we can make you this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for less modi that he taught "whichever way the . fMv , We are matUAMt with a m nmfi than anv other factorv. you can sell our bicycles under your own name Plate ( i trustees preferred." BICVCLE IJKAI.EU8, They were willH f JB jvtiW oar prices. Orders filled the day received. ' second fcand U xauxux.isa. trade not Chicago aianu on hand taken in we do,by ourrecularly handle stores. These bicycles, 01 ing to take any position on that quesnumber we clear reull tion the convention adopted. My posior wiu. .Descriptive bargain lists mailed free, tw promptly at prices ranging irom j to BlnKlH wlieela. Imported roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs aa tion is this, WAdltK-BKAiVtthat I am for the county equipment of a kinds at Aa(f UU utual ntail fritts. unit extension, whether my party is 1 HEDGETHORN PUNCTORE-PROO-F or not, because I believe the Constitution demands it O'Rear, at .Albany, UflUTrft Mi1unihAruviMUT6rTi sJJlS J Sdff'ffeMSyKSrlSedb! rffilMnu evefe uwuy mu ru j j ana efftr at or "" MONEY KEQ UlilKpo. NO wmjuuc, anjwiicic wv Mi t Valley Heights, Vfl. Mrs. JemnloB. Kirby, in a letter from this plaoa, says: "I was eick In bedjor nine 1 months, with womanly troubles. was so weak and helpless, at times, I couldn't raise my head off the pillow I commenced to take Oardul, and 1 saw It was helping me, at om. Now I can work all day." Aa a tonic, for weak women, nothing bos boon found for fifty years, that would take the place of Cardul TVy a bottle B-- 8 it will surely do you good. to-da- y. Remedy Reliable ATARRH keyboard of the easy action light running Ely's Cream Balm , quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at Once. l Itclsanses, soothes, heals and protects the diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold In tho stores the Senses of HAY Taste and Smell. Full size CO cts. , at Drug- cists or by mall, in liquid form, 75 cents. Ely Brothers, CO Warren Street, New York. lviuuei iv MpiijM,tiL aT J T 1A Sinilh PiRMlif0P m FEVER Write (01 infoimatioa to The Smilh Premier' until you rreelre andaprKrTe yourblcycle. xvuumc a cent in allow bAVS' FKKE TIUAJL during which time "joi iSrrldatiie bf&cle in cut It to any test you wuh. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish t keep the bicycle ship It back to us at our expense and ou mill net cut one FACTORY PM CES we niish 1the highest nade bicycles it is possible to mak ,t one inu profit above actual factory You saveM to In middlemen s profits by buying; direct s and have the cost. manufacturer'a Eua ante behind your bicycle. DO WOT BUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anytH at anf rut until too receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of octet; parucutars sptctat enct. TN (ii me Kjt ?hl t wnuumi null Typewriter Company, Inc. AaaQ9EBHtfJMNSSr ST. LOUIS, M0. 1 d, 1 ICAjCaiSiaf'rwPtKASK WWrlUUftr -- ". mm i ' I'niMilrfMtliMlut'M-witoniw. mmttl Lfc QmamMb ' (silk tssnti Y Y Y Y Y IP flrWO Ir j Deafness Cannotasbe Cured. Y cannot Y jsf nwf ajfiT W oae to f Y and thai is L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, i. Y of Y this tube a KILLtm COUGH I iW 3 Y JI o CURE the LUNGS it Y the out Dr. King's Y out ten are New Discovery Y but an Seventh Street. WMHINOTON.Q.O. the Y Y any Y REFUNDED. catarrh) Haira Y J. Y Ladies! sTe " " HcCJl'. . Retik. Y PfjBULBSTake HaUs for PJIV. Kiwiiii uA UaMcH Pattern UI Y OFFM'.ml DBF A1BJ This Means You. Y a1 any If a poitod r fashions or Y is are returning or Y any or I I Y it and I JTCTf3arogiqyarw iJM mihli I telling w' Y liquor Interests out of business In order to put thorn out of politics, then wo will put thorn out of business; but they alone will broadon tbe lssuo to that extent If tho liquor Interests can not stay In Kentucky and obey the law and be decent, then wo will put the liquor Interests out of Kentucky. O'Rear, at Lebanon. anil TRADE. MAF1KR Dnmulr obtained In all eountriea, or no (m. Vi obtain PATC (ITS THAT aspento, andlielp you to auoceaa. Band crodeL v"ta or sketch tor rREC report on patentabulty. M yaars' praett. 8UR PASaiNQ RXfCriENCCS. rorfrwOall. Hook on I'roncabl Pateuta vrrtta U 03-80- S AND ALL THROAT ANDLUN8TROUILE8. retail trice of that tins is tair. but to introduce uit will stUyeuatampupairtorfiJSUKcasn aim orarf JJJ. M M0RETR0VBLE FROM P0E1CTURES NAILS, Tacks or .Glass will not lot the air oat. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. 0sruiJPTY0sr.Mde in all sizes. Itisllvelv andeajvridlnir.Yervdurilbleandltncdlnsldewlth a anedih auahtv of rubber, which never becomes porous and which closes up small punctures without allow-In- z mm Kotloe the thick rubber trea the air to escape. We hare hundreds of letters from satisA" and puncture strips "11 fied customers statins that their tires haveonlybeen pumped and "1," also rim strip "U op onQ or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than to prevent rim cutting. Th; inordinary tire, the puncture resistlngqualitles being: given tire will outlast anv, oth by'ievera'l layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the maks SOFT, EXASXIO An tread. The regular price of these tires isfi.50perpalr.but for 13AHX XUUINQ. Idvertlsingpurposeawearemakineaspecialfactorypriceto the rider of only 0 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter Is received. We ship' C O. D approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them itrictly as representet we win auow a rasa tuiouuut ui 3 per ens mcicur malting me price astoo per pair) ir yo tend FUEL CASH WITH ORDER and caclose this advertisement. You run no risk 1 sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUlt expense if for any reason they at on examination. We are perfectly and money sent to ua is aa safe as in I Sot satisfactoryorder a pair of these tires, you willreliable find that they will tide easier, run fast? If you wear neucr, last lonavr ana iook auer uiaa any lire you nave ever uaea or seen at any price, w know that you will M so well pUased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your orde We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair S ) aua-aj- jn tires on approval and trial WW fCJBm- - TlDf-t- Ilcdgethorn Puncture-Proo- f the sctecial Introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whit. describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. BTJYINQ a bicyc' bat write.ua a postal today. DO NOT TUINK IMfMIT" or a pair of tires from anyone until you know OF new WWMII the and woaderfl costs a postal to learn everything. Write It NOW. offers we are making. It only The S3JO tier 8 en 50 c.ucii me tidcc TO IMTHODUOC, BMLT sAmc pair rmlar 4! 93BHUBMI in "I have a world of confidence Chamberlaln.'s Cough Remedy for I success," have used It with perteot Pools-Mwrites Mrs. M. I. Bashford, m For sale by all druggists, d. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYtYYY: SEND YOUR BOY TO' It It becomes nocessary to put the MATHENEY & BATTS Vanderbilt Training School QUARANTEBD SATISFACTORY! OK MONEY By local applications, they reach tho diseased .portion of Abo oar. way cure deafThere is only ness, by constitutional remedies. Doafnoss Ja caused by an Inflamed condition tho inuacous lining of the Eustachian Tube. Wbion is inflamed you have rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and iwhon is entirely closed, Deafness Is. tho result, and unless can be taken and this tube restonod to Its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever; by nine cases of caused inCatarrh, which Is nothing flamed condition of muscous surfaces. Wo will give One Hundred Dollars case of Deafness (caused by for by vthat cannot be cured Catarrh Cure. Send or circulars fnee. F. CHENEV & CO., .Toledo, O. ELKTON, KY. Faculty Our patronage has of college-traine- d men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths. A limited select school tor boys. FOR BOYS eeP . Style by WOMB'S sWUM SUCCBsM Sold iby Druggists, 75. Family PUM pation, Extremely healthful location. $4,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. " f. if ff consti- m Made to kalU.Kasr BaaUasa. JT trial wUTssaEe (msja iwrataiwstt eui..WB 1 ratlin HJ W ImLal II 1 II 11a B 1 1Mk.S1.tMawrfa.Lba1.jBka ut, . VJ rKALLS HACAHHC McCTsM.aiailn.wlU help you drcas at a modorats clothes and bats, styl-Uh- lr Qxpnuby kooping 70U lateat ou tbo In DO aasVs jr nllnili. VmUim 1 PMwVm TTnr3 kTaSjiaaaiat , I. N" , u. .'WaJM 1MI MOTlBSt iu. ,JM Mtmntnm, f (UlataAasast attaVal - M m. New Fashion Deslfrns iu each latuo. Also valtnlila Information 011 all tioino sud per. Ooly si;iul tUu.HTj. t n )'.T Including; a freo fntiosu. Bub-scritoday or scad' iaBfcasjsjajsjaH tor freo taiiiplo sopy. IfcCall Pattwct will enaMo jou to ran to In your own bome. wHhyotiruiMilionds clclUlucfor yoBitolf nud cbllOiatt wMcli will luporlact o In jl and lit. Vi lilxUcr fcnal coit. nu rw iroo 1 anarn uamiOKU, e W WM Ci. Vm FUa Pnnli for Bottioc aut Krltniooi among wour rtlcndt. tn'iidrorrrwi l'rsisluai Cuulosde sod CU I'rlw Orfcr. you have parlocal nature, ty, visiting relatives friends, If you going away or know wdio Is, Horn know of local or personal Interest, We want will opnroclatia your kindness by u& Phone 123 any; time. Write tWa down where you will se It evny day. The tkne to draw bueliww, le when you want business, awl not when you b,ve more business than you ma attend to already. The man who geta mad at wfcit tbe newspaper says about hkn should Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Nineteenth Desk "B it, ' MATHENEY fc BATTS. ff f mtucMiomni,miu9(utitiSi,HVrm. hhxxxhxxxxxxxhhhiK t r v j i ., i' - i .- - FINE TONIC FOR WOMEN. TREE TRUNK WemUrful Wee-e- CANNON. 513 . wavg-- - If FOR CATARR BLED THEM WHITE. PERU II The Treatment In Fever Cases Till Quinine Wrought a Change. In 1832, when tho French were con-- , ducting a campaign of conquest In Algeria, tho mortality among the troops nnd colonists there was frightful. France was belug continually called upon for fresh levies ot men nnd youths to supply this tcrrlblo loss, chiefly from over Incidental to tho climate. At that time tho practice of bleeding still prevailed. "Bleed them till they was the Injunction which x nro white" Broussals, the bead physician of the French, gavo to his followers when tho condition of tho soldiers was reported, to blm. At Bone In ono year out of an effective force of 5.G00 men, 1,100 died Of Illness In the hospital. Most of them had been "bled to tho white." At this tlmo tho effects of sulphate of quinine were known, but few physicians ventured to employ It One, Maillot, bad Interested himself in the hew remedy nnd, going to Bone in the medical service of the government, he resolved to sco If It would not reduco tho frightful mortality, which was one men who to every three end one-hal-f entered the hospital. At first ho employed the quinine merely as an adjunct to the bleeding. He soon found that bleeding was killing the men and that quinine was saving them. Little by little ho left off bleeding, to the great scandal of the medical profession. Exactly In proportion ob the bleeding ceased the deaths In the hospital decreased. In two years the deaths fell off from one In three and a half of all "who entered tho hospital to one In twenty and finally to one In forty-six- . Maillot, qnlte naturally enough, became an earnest opponent of bleeding, but he was so actively resisted and so ceaselessly vilified that ho became embittered toward bis colleagues. Nearly thirty years passed beforo Maillot saw the complete triumph of bis ideas. Doctors continued to bleed their 'patients heartily for all manner of Ills. But In 1SG0 Maillot was made commander of the Legion of Honor and chief of tho medical Btaff of the French army, and his influence, with others, about a virtual revolution in tbenractlce of medicine was fully recoguned. Harper's Weekly. sword The revolutionary soldiers of Cuba, Daltl and the Dominican Republic, however, have from time to time made cannon from trees and applied them to practical purposes. In tho Antilles there grows n peculiar tree with a winding grain, so tenacious of fiber that to split It by ordinary means is almost an Imposslbilty. When wanted for artillery purposes tho tree is felled, a section some five feet in length and ono foot in diameter is selected nnd cut, tho bark Is removed, nnd uneven places on the surface are dressed down. The embryo cannon is then placed on rude trusses nnd a boro burned In it, a process that serves further still to harden tho wood. Whllo tho bore Is being burned green ox hides are cut into long strips by beginning In tbo center and working toward tho outer edge as ono would peel an apple. When .nil is in readiness one end o' this rawhide band, which is about three inches in width, is spiked to tbo wooden cannon near tbo breech. A lever or bar is attached to tho butt Two or three negroes grasp the arms of tbo bar and slowly turn the hollowed log on Its supports. Tho band of green hide is kept under a strain, and in this way the ooro of tbo cannon is wound with one of tho toughest materials, wlro excepted, in tho world. Tbo first layer of hide is tightly wound to the muzzlo of the growing gun and back toward the breech again until a number of layers have thus been wound on and tho promising piece of artillery has grown several InchesTn diameter. It is then placed in a draft of dry, hot air and allowed to harden. When the hardening and curing process Is completo tbo persevering Inhabitants have a really serviceable weapon. One of these homemade wood nnd rawhide cannon used during the last Cuban insurrection is said to have withstood 104 charges of powder before becoming useless. The projectiles for it were made of scrap iron, broken stone and fire hardened clay balls. St Louis Republic. " Hide Wound QM n of the Antilles. s The mention of wooden guns a company of boy soldiers commanded by a captain who wears a tin sag-gert- I H I H B ir . " """ -- - ; . Ii H I h 'i A . V jff M Cosfftithl Hart Setoff ur Marx j M "started something" at Lexington; and they THEY it, too; and a great finish it was. We've started something here, also; a strictly high grade clothing busk with nothing but good quality to offer; such quality in clothes as produce; nothing better in the world; and other merchandise of similar excellence; and service in selling such as you want, and ought to have. t? .7 We'lirfiish on that line. ; ; New faU Styes ready for your attention. Start someby buying your suits from us. thing this-fall REAL JAVA COFFEE. You May Get a Cup Almost Any Place Except In Java. H Missed a Train That Was a Day Late. When tho Swltz City division of the Illinois Central was built it was known as the Indiana and Illinois Southern. It was a narrow gauge road; tho roadbed was bad, the engines and cars were built on a mlnlnturc scale, and, While there was a schedule, bad a train been on time the, fact would have been regarded as a miracle. The road was known as the On one occasion Joslnh McConncll desired to go to Switz City from Sullivan, but missed tho train by a minute or two. ICbe clock at tho station allowed that the train bad left Sullivan Ave minToo Much For Him. utes ahead of time, nnd McConncll Voltaire could not speak much Engsued the railroad company for $5,000 lish The reason why ho refused to damages. On a trial of the case It was study tho language is this: It was proved beyond a doubt that the tram drilled Into him that "plague" was McDonnell missed should have gone the pronounced "plaig," which bo thought day before nnd was really twenty-thre- e very pretty and ncccptable. But right hours and ufty-flvminutes late. on top of it he wns introduced to "ague." which his teacher said must Lettres de Cachet. Finding it imposbe called Lettres de cachet was the name giv- sible to reconcile tho difference, he in France to warrants sealed with went off into n philosophical tantrum en tho king's seal ordering persons to bo and dropped the study. thrown Into prison or exiled. The first came into use about 1070 and A Bit of a Brag. 'shortly becntno ono ot the popular terLawyer Are you acquainted with rors of France. It is said that no less any of tho men on tho Jury? Wltncss-- r than 0,000 lettres de cachet wero Is- Yes, sir; more than half of them. sued during the reign of Louis XIV. Lawyer Are you willing to swear that and 80,000 during tho reign of Louis you know more than half of them? XV. Iu many cases these terrlhlo doc- Witness Say, if it comes to that, I'm uments wero secretly sold nnd used willing to swear that I know more as a source of Illicit revenue. They than all ot them put together. Milwero frequently signed in blank, and waukee Journal. tho holder of one of these royal terrors could write In the name of any Deserving of Pity. person against whom ho happened to "There goes Roxham. Every tlmo I bnvo a grudge. Tho national assembly abolished this Iniquitous prlvllego think of that man's financial embarof issuing lettres do cachet ou Nor. 1, rassment it makes me yearn to help him." X7S9. "Financial embarrassment?" Tea, lie's got so much money be Juvenile Logic. doesn't know what to do with It" , Little Mabel's mother was expecting Mabel's auutle on a visit. Just as oho Catholic Standard nnd Times. was olmost duo to arrive a telegram The Main Thing. camo, which rend: "Missed train. rolltlcnl Lender Flow does Bump SVUI start at same time tomorrow." Itnnd? Henchman All right I guess. .Mabel hurried home from school, expecting to greet her auntie,' instead of lie belongs to the same political party as we do. Political Leader Confound (which she was shown the telegram., III That's, sign. Is be with us or sue reau u inrougn cnreiuuy auu ia against us? no Puck. 'boriously, and then sho remarked: "now silly of auntie, mammal" About the Same Thing. &."Wby, dear?" inquired her mother. Scribbler Can you suggest a simile M'Well, don't you see that if she for giving advice? Scrawlar-Ho- w atarta at the same time tomorrow she would pouring water on a duck's back .will miss the train again." lllustrat Record. "Try-Weakly- ." e ." in the far cast. Where tea and coffee come from, It is very difficult for tho traveler in nearly all places in India, tbo Straits Settlements and tclsewhere in the orient to procure a cup of really good tea or coffee. This, soys Sir Frederic S. Isham. tho novelist, although seemingly paradoxical, is only on a par with conditions In bo many of our little American bamlqts and villages where good butter, rich cream and good chickens for tho residents arc practically nonobtalnable, all of them having been "sent to town." In Calcutta I beard an American in tho best hotel there say to the waiter: "If this." indicating the contents of a cup beforo blm, "Is tea, bring me coffee. II it is coffee, bring mo tea." And the waiter (an Eurasian), who had nosenso of humor, took away the drink and phlegmatlcallyjbrought something else equally bad. no doubt So after India. Burma nnd tbo Malay peninsula wo waited with bated breath for tho coffee of Java. "Java coffeor The excellence of it was a childhood tradition. The coffee "mother used to make" was compounded of real Java. In Java surely wo should find a nectar of the gods. What did we discover? An extract of coffee served in little casters! It would bavo made tbo gods ill. Another illusion gonel Don't go to Java for real Java cofYou may find it hi Ypsllantl, fee. Mich., or Pnris, O., but you won't unearth it in Java not for money. It seems strange that Hart, Schaffner & Marx sunt, mi m m lm m M :m fe Merchandise Arriving Daily. E. P. Barnes & Bros., Beaver Dam, Ky. New ' v This Store is the home of Hart, Schaffner Marx. & REPLIES TO THE HERALD i . (Continuod from First page.) Bank at Richmond be opened aiy thoy would reveal of corruption of the voters xf Kentucky that would causa Judge O'Roar to as to the saleable Ills figur voters ot our State. At Bawling Green iMcCraary finally crawled out on t- -3 County Unit Plank, didn't he? Lot Mr. Beckham ot four years ago oxprusa my personal jcon lotions of toay. "MoCrvary has ibeen givon permission .by tho lawless liquor elsnent to declare himself In favoT of tho county unit law Qhanous without imparlttg his of I u story dare on-lar- go their support!" That la what youoall expert Xn.poranoo Pamocra- t- mill bsa'xw to boUove a candidate with cuch a vaflogatrid record, how-jveroipvicta,-bl- o or public, can change lu hl colorktas record any more than the Ethlop.au can alter the color of r testimony. From my awn knowledge of Mr. .MoCroary's record, it Ib cosy to ballovo It all. of his awn candidacy demand such a change." That is a true picture of MoCroary on "National issues" .pro axtl. In view of these and many equally auspicious circumstances, I appoal to you, lrj Editor, to say In your paper alongside this cannnunicatlqn ft h ether you really believe now that my reasons for "bolting" AlaCreary are or personal j or whether they bear upon hhelr very face the stamp ot sound reason and justification for my course. I know It is to be regretted that Kentucky Democrats oxhlhlt a tendency to divide into hostile camps this foil, over a quaation moral, nonipolltlcal and eoc&al," as the D.niocratilc platifonm apologetically regarding tho county unit d3clar:8 and tamperanno, nnd as tho llquorites would have us bdllove. I also regret that candddatt who want the office. nandlcc of ail else want us to forget our dlfferenicea,and forgot his bad records, lor Uiolr awn benefits, you wall know. But for yourself I am conimlttod to perpetual mrfare l-ly com-inktea- tucky this little giant sho Is the solitary hope this year nnd formany years to come, of a cleaner, better If and more progressive Kentucky. that be "bolting" any .party, "Lay on ' MaDutf!" rJ v 1. 'GLAIIENCE E. Stoops, of Richmond, and foranor editor Register and Climax.' Our Weekly Grumble. Our attention has 'been callad to tho 6treet condition of several at tho croaslngs, and Ufere is no doubt in the 'world that they need repairing. Some of these crossings were In a had condition all lost winter, and the lot school children wore put to a of trouble in gutting to school on account of them Of course, while the weather 'is good they are all right, but pretty soon the winter rains .will sat in and then look out for that old red, sticky mud. At the intersection of Clay and Union stroa some work is needed very badly and it is hoped by everyone that it will be repaired at once, i jlt (Hi ' Acres ot term alnd, one-ha- lf m(le of Dundee, Ky. Dwelling, barn and-obuildings. Good water. Nice level land. Terms reason lie. Apply to C. F. HARTFORD, (HI Allensville, Ky. 101 ut 1-- Bkln. lAnd yet on this vory subject, Mr, Bokham saild this four y&xra ego; li4 cdBIU. . - Ji "A man ilk McCrcary, who Avaa wish an ardent Goll Bug in 1S33 and an equally Intense Sltrerlte in 169C, ha e a right to clwngo his mind on or on any quostlqn In two jhjUy wh?a the wek tra-Ierae- latar' J The following merchants of Ohio county, Ky., will give one"rallroad fare, worth ?3.00, Itor the teachers' trip to Louisville, and trustees' Mammoth jCave and Bowling Qreon, to any teacher or trustee who purchases from any one' of thorn goods, iSept 1 and Oot. 1, 1911, between 36.00, for amounting to; which The Hartford Drug cash is paid: Co., Barnard & Co., Corson & Co., New York Store, of Hartford; S. J. McHenry; The Tinhenor, iWiteon Co., & (Incorporated)! Lanum Ahraiuusa Shapero.C. E.(Ford OofUb, aalnat the arrogant liquor (powers & Co., (Incorporated), C. B. Cardsn, at Fordavllle. 8U s, which control oven our Democrat dictate our officers whenever Nke. they can, cripple, oVk'eat and duty our laws, and then would 'ruul out of A mass meeting o( the Tobacoo our party any man, audaolous enough Qrowws of Ohio county U clled to to defy thorn openly and twtusa long- moat at the eourt hall in Hartford er to follow their hypocritical leader- on AepUcuber l&th at 1 o'eloek for ship. the urose of oonelWrlng price makI ago, oaalnst Mr. loCrary Ibeeause ing ot the 1911 erop'titobaeae. All el Ids unworthy jvoowl on pit para-ittou- pooling i4edB are urged to be fcuiw-a-d tamos of the Mbm. I aa tor la by that dMe. AU nueohara ot O'Raar because I oMgat appos hint the Fis ace CoaratUw ara Najuast-e- d and aawor to iy God tor fojwaldag lo be preeeat. , HBNRX M. WWTl, Steey. tohte hm aad to ta Jtm at K-- J f' at SpeciaUnduceipent for the Teach ers Trip. Farm" for Sale. 2 ourB. sued," ijwtefltrial BdJtlon will (be IsdeeritxiuB of string as this etHtfoa a-- t)l okeulaMon possible, aaa ak vpyone to give us ntMues ot ralaUvieg or frlaai that fonaerly llvea ia Ohio ounty, bo we SMiy sand Uua a copy of The Rapb-lleaa- 's Big We SdtUon. wast Jiwt c nans aan as possi-skrand. ask your WheM U mm eae you wiohW ftke to have iw-v- e a oopy ot the pater as4 thaf tOTUimjv ttvul la DWe ee It w4U fee Naipes Waited at Once. en If a short me uatil aad we are fe yos-tkla- alsM. i tar. saaay as kt m fm hwwa the akwM, aad mm. of, W. jm$w 44C 'J. - ", Ny j JKtl II M HlMi.lMl,T,.. mmmmEm 3H5 ts .r U fc- "! -