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The Hartford republican: November 10, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911111001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 10, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. m& FinV Job WorJ) $Utmox DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ItepitMam. Subscription $1 per Year No. 17 to propound his (IooWtvi. ' Ho iwwitf to Charioatcn In April.. Chanlesfjon( was bel'ttguencd with 3)00 to 4,000 young Southern gentUmion, nill In, tlghtilng trim. With ithtflj boya Ruf(lien( fin on listed. Ho was prx.iaant B.Taunogaird oskicld im.3 to fire-thfirst shot. I irutmadutjd lulm to the Gural and told the Genial what Ruffin had done to ifuiltdier tlw causa of tha Sou'h, and jfensuaded him to allow RuCfiin ito fine It. ailw General Gen. e OF ALL THE1 PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. VOL. XXIV. HARTJFOBD, OHIO COUNTY, KYM EJRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911. ns 0" r, with fully 10.000 majority. TlUa Elr-erH- li fo'd under (the Iti ipublikran exjwe-tatfa- DEDICATION REPUBLICANS of 20,000. Tto tobaocp, counting, both burtay and Djtack Patch, THURSDAY LOSE STATE fallad to mii)por,t Judgo O'R'CHr" to- tho : as aupprlse of hto unamks as wall his frlonids- - Td3 tcanpjraaiicrfvcl'io t. Uik, ldatly ell back inakl paa-tOf Lincoln Memorial Ohio County Elects Repre-- f ami cut no f Igurj In liio noaulit- Tha Gitnuaral Asatnibly protbaiblywHl Hodgensville. sentative. bs on jalntt balloit 107 DoftnociUta. ' Tlw 22 Republicans and 9 doutftlultf Senate nvl'd. ba 32"Dumocnato, four The President Taft and Other Promiand .two in doubt. To General Assembly and. Gave House will bo: 73 IMnocraltB, 18 Renent Men insPublic Life publicans OJid 7 are In idciubt. O'Rear Majority of Rallread Cqromilsaion, The State Present at Dedication. . 173. when raoreanlZi-Kl- , wll? b Ddmoorat-I- c. Lawronoo Fdwi, Democrat, i3 the member fncan tho First Diqtrict. W. Jlodgonsvillle, Ky., Nov. 7.i The meP. ICIftlr, Buccciiids Jj. P. .TaH(tan,wJom Judge B1. C. O'Rcpir lias boon dafcat T. Bllar, morial Hall of Abraham liliiicoln.Mr'Jot-eTuesdaj', and A. ed ifor Govaimoir at Kentucky, by Sana hj on Uniooln farm, will bo dodidaited ' W McCneairy, his Democratic Dppb-r)n- t, Rypub.Uc'an. mist Thursday In tha vnoaonoo of Pncfl by aoMKithlng Mae 25,000 votes. The Vote of Ohio' County by ldent Taft, Ohikf .Tua'loa Edwiand Doug. The vatiing toi Ohioioounty Tuesday r lass WhAo, of tlw supremo court of Precincts. began arty and pomttoued Heavily oin tho Uniiiad StnUs, ithu goiornois of 4 o'clock. 'Judge til tho polls closed at sararul Stait s, B:nalors, CQngrcaanii?n 173 0'K3ar carried Qb.to county hy and nwn pr&mluont in UtoraiUiro and & les3 considerably votrs, which iwas O fa public life.' Tho (Li'.naoln Carni Is - Albert Loach, than was oxiPieaTcd.located liijar HodgansviiJle, and n Jiarge Republican Candida' for Represynta-tlronumber of paopw are cxpMtcd (t6 as- of was cflooted by a majority 4 . E. llartfond .. H3 175 151 11G5 115 over WicstunUeld-- and C. Holnmn, W. Hanttord ,. 10S 13C ,107 133 10 by tor Senator, carried tiha county ' outs4d3 ch'.mr.oy and a. huga flnoplacij. a rpujpii toor which swung on fwatflwr hin3a and when Ihoy movvl tn'.o It, not a fflngla winder,. , FIRED THE v at d ! e, , 147 N .Nine, poosibly ton, of On cloven Hasan . , . Congressional districts have been car- Cl'oinwell ,. Logisla-tur- o ried by the Domoorats.. Tho Cool Springs -- M . Boda Sulphur Spninga .. .. j. 107 JU 71 CI 110 150 104 109 i J" 112 143 - G4 GG- jtKJm JU. x I I t I carried wvijry I Rosinia i5s Dlstriqt, ovjery one dn tho first no E. Bcaviar Dam HHFUt S county Ibut ona dn the Second district, W. Beaver Dam JIG dOG 10S 108 67 VMRf by a. big maewiopt itho Third district 4G 102 128 4S 110 SloHonry jority, (polled almost Mw full Demo- Oaatertown . . 141 9i 135 89 8 cratic qtrunisi'h. in.tho Fourih district, Smallhous . . j . C4 43 04 45 .. Arried tho Fifth diatxtat by npproxi-rnAtal- y E. forcbvUW... 83" 14G - 83 143 5,000 majority, eatojd a rddord 8S" U 'SO 116 AV. Fordsvllb.,. vJ breaking majority in thSlxiih and Aetna villa CC G4 20 20 carried vthe Eighth t ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Swenth districts, C4 67 Shrovo . . .. .. -rdlatriot iby upwards Of 3,000 captained Olaton .. .. GS SO 68 79 aoniblc here to witness .tlw aoiwmon-ia- s. tfta ninth by mow than 1,000, 'tiicured BuEord .. ..1. "99 53 94 50 almost an orpn brioak in Jjh T?ntdi S OS BaTtltt j. ... 90 "G9 Th ilmpaslng building of fenamste and Jwld O'Roar's majority tin tho DO GG 50 67 wililah Js to ifiisuiic dn tho exerwteis Eleventh to 1 bs thaw 1SW0O. 3i '39 "39 Cvralvo , TOBACCO VOTE LACKING. Ql:lui)'tbj, ctudmliaus die Jiaimbla leg DO m: 3S Poinrt: WsiaiSiaSt. OahSn dn which AbralMm Linooln .Was One of the big eurpri&e3 fo rihoi 59 75 .. 59' Xanore ,78 horn 102 yisara ago. The Llniaaln made by' tlan is itho poor showing ." 'l00 6" '101' C4 Ralph 1' Fiarni wdll turn ovwr tlw Judge OTtaar to the tobacco district .. .... 52 58 53 57 18, farni, As5ocdaitlon Pwntls the 'memorial ibullding, wh'icli and (the prohibition couEtiitt, Wh);ro Hanbjrt 1 24 72 73 craatad he was thought to iw usually strong Arnold ll has 1w?ji ?50,000 at a. oosit of $112,-00Go 28 27 "G3 and for innlia'eiiainiCie, to It developed that ho .wa3 lamantaibly Rendor 18 39 301 19, 39 tho F.dr;l gavercra;r.it, and it will weak. (This was osipdoialiy true at tho jbo foranally awcvival iby tlio prjai- First and Sdcond Districts, when Uw Total .. ..2G3S 2811 2599 2714 401 Republicans hoped to decrease- - tlw dent. i ' 115 173 Majariit)je3. ChlsoVxl Into th granite on one normal Djniacrntlo, .majorities mafprl-allO. Holmanopublicaii oandldat-sldj of thio building 'is the follqwhig: , . 2,733 votes; iwtoili received "Iiotwj oior Itlie lag cabin jij A OKB .MAN RACE. Hardlaon, his opioii3nit, onfly ivio uvAbraham Lincoln wus born, destliwd , Judge 'Rear was eal 2.5SG votes, giving Hwlnuan a maIn the contt.-s.tto ih33 irr'ithjimlcnaiiJ,frteithos'iaio deprived ot all tho cqulpmciift ordl jority of 147 votoj. a grateful poouilj liriv dednca'hxl this narlly consUIared essential In (waging to unit) , ik.ou3 and bmllwr-hoo- d The City Council .Race. a successful political campaiiii. it was among thosr SI iv3." nqdasary o einash a machihw In his EiHart. W.Hart. T. W'h n tha farm and build134 82 own party to carry tlw coavenrfion in P. B. Taylor 52 ing uro accepttad by P.tvaidnvt Taft 153 91 62 favor of proameS.ve policies, and his Fred iCQWTir of tlw orkdner anilltary ,e3tn(bllJliiniwn't Wiith an utteoan- - E. P. Moore 129 organization, was 77 52 Koritualy, B3vral rig'inKicitfl of tilw 130 jromlslng coolne in ciuswitiiire whana J. H.SB. CankMi ..49 81 lingular orany of the Unltud StaBand SO would be. nwdod in W. J. Bean 139 63 many onicamimiemts of tl'j Grand ArS2 132 50 aottlnx oat itho voto. lie had no R. T. Hoover my of ithe Republic and or the jnonojl and tlw floating voto ,wcm(t to CITIZENS TICKET.Varans will toluto. Mora V EJlart. W.Hant. T. tdin,n a. Jwitt the itldia of Damcnacy. x ,yjll Econo of epaalal tnaliu Uie T. R. JJannarJ No onto, ponhaps, aTpnaila'jqd 59 75 ...1G ba mm from Louisville to1 cunry (the Oiiouwhelmlng odida agalnat him, anoivi S. A. Bratcha- - ....15 C3 78 thousands who will bo praaiiut. .'19 81 G2 than did ,Juds?o O'lWiri hlnisa'f. He J. B. Tappan Tlw Lincoln Farm Aaaociaitiloin.undfji' wlUoli itx G3 with attof l C. O. Hunter .. ..1G 12 had nobhlas the auaiioca ctf whdcdi tho wank of ' 74 CO votes, but tho pocnoy of his appeal to W, E. Newibolt .. ..14 OMCtlnig tlw m?moial has ba-jidoiw, --KenituoldauB to olcftn Una politAofl of is comi03.ad of aonne of tlia moatpnoim their Stato and put It In thio front Attorneys are Invited. inftnt men in the country. Tlw imJal-docomnioniwleia'lUiB. of progressive Attorney E. AI. Woodwand has tutorimod Qovornicir Polk of MisJJarly In tho campaign, jwhlk) yat tho a Idtiter from Hoiu Firanlc C. souri. Tho otlioc QtClcers ano Clar-omjpoople wiero under itlile Bjwll qf Qite hriJ Lowland, cltirk of tlw United Statu. II, Mucky, tramirer; dliarlaa E. llaitlt adilwnucnc In tluo 8tito iconvon Circuit Court of Apjwaila. atOlnolnnati tloii 4t J.opkod as it no farodootuldpe-voa- t uotlfjlng him of anw3tlng lof .the bar Miner, nalatanit UxsutT; RichandM. Joiwa ocritary and Robont J. ColHxir, hie tefeaWon, and iw struck out of tlw Sixth Circuit of. jho UniKod ohalraion of the exccutjlve conmulttio. jonwn his BottUTny campaign. iKililn States in memory of Mr, Jua'icxi .Tlw mcsiibora of jibe boand of itrus-to'- .a carry-JurW- w nnprntng, alfciO0n Bind night, Circuit Juattoo, In the Harlan, PivjaUleat Taft, Candlntal GibJiht into awry fiwtrton of the iioom of lte Glrjcultt Count pi Appals bons,are Horac-- Porier, Joa'ipliCho-attfiQ Gen. arouwhig CouHiionn.aIitUlnthohoiio of In 01nolnarti Nov. 18, at 10 o'clock n. Odcar S .Strauas, Gorarnor Authe people la favor of his cauea m. Tha CUroult Judges liave aole(ctod gustus E. Willson, cf Kentucky, ASTUIUS 1'OLITIOAL WORK. a comwnleo ito pnaparo unvd iiraaonfb to Court Jua'ico Cluanlos E. iluglws, AtuleVUtiata.n on. Uw cither id--- ttV9 meaUue raMlutions in oauiiiii'Siior-atto- n Liiuuiiv IT. Gage, Mlas Ida Tanbell.Col. of itho lato Clrault JuBtlce. Tlw aitec dteoajwWng his apptfel wferw Waraon,Aiiiwt Bolmiant, Jion Jannilnjia IKwalbto iniUi plaUnm dijalanwlloiui, oamtnltUte oanttets of Jlan. At P.Hum-llmj- kin Lloyd Joiuw, "William Loutovillo; Hon. Edward Col- Bryan, Charles Towno, Thomas pltcb.l 'th'Sh-- oaiwi"ten on a naOonal Haa i, i'niKS, 'pbuw aod ijook advantage of, tiie HplH ston, ,OinalnnU; Hon. John J. Samuol Gounora, N'onman Hap-ooNaaloille; aad Hon. ORo IClroh-im- t, In Hm IVagKUbMean ranks, Aviite thay WUHam Travieiiu Robert IKi'.roU. deluged & SDmbi wWi nwiwy. Wlwra J. CoMktr, Albert Shaw, and Cliariea mon.oy oaukl, JiOit b uatd and juapty Bwy nwRVbea" of tti tbar dn till E. Miner. aplnlt loouW not 4 iirfta(ow(di iiwo iMat&Let U iaviltod to ha inavMt at 'The lcta Mark Tumln wasaimvnbcr Me, LonAaod urgh of the boand, as was tha Ute Edward iWtv. pixwftte of StaU johs, and of Mm taatiie, --" l lioatotttoes and fcvterwU iidmu iual-tlo- that a maaiy HttUwiwa p. poilUe bet M. Shephond. If Um Vffl would atwwl by Um TIm memorial bivlWie atHikk on a 1 Mt ty tmat for MUq hUl, at tlw twt of iwlAoh linPt y tltavm-- l Cansot (Jo Without It. aay that pmauc- Wch, attiaoil 12. It is NMfo IKucmas Mk,W;i'ltH? KmtoMky, HdMfoe Haiitfonl AnptthUMU evuwr TkKMvmt, Ul Liaeoln aud Naaoy Hati, Llaeolu'a Dear rtr; PImum iMad nclod$l fatfawr and vtbo bnaathed Mm lmwatoa k VK, awl owuaad tlwwi to Kim to pay u jay atibiocJuMBft o your pa to ytt.W hm. It wa oh Mm was Md ta. Uad by a slU iwr. I aaHQt do wHtawti fTfc Kiub- - of Mm iwiawmc bulkKne Mnat Mm tMwly f.A.VMWLV. Uoaa la any boMM, w k, i&wm Mka wadd pair bulk a cmuto KiaWn f&atetoud. of Haw Wi a tongh,imtawa jjvory iMiKMi'ttwit wauiwd Kapwfa-lioa- u on mt ttw latMilr, la tw aowkec of filr-4tecc-I:(haaitijiMfUwi mwWiyiiaa laWi Mi. ttw 110 mrm of nor kwl TWseabJn U. WlaMHC ffiitifiiriri to ww jMt Mm Mm Uwr Um & u ihiulMuf)M o moMQr iy Mm DiOB IrottttM- - ai .hat Ma. ft' 1w4 oaly atie mMcw. Wm ONhmMm- Mwa T KumliMowi. I mi, ftm (WWJBIi) BAHAiU3. cum roow, wtth a wnall up to DwwaraAle a Ag , M 3 is also ZtentDcia&c hy an over- N. Ruckiratit whelming majority, thus insuring riw S. Jlockipont election, p'f Olllie 31. James to tho Selfit .. ,. .. TJnlkd States Senate. Uona-Branch,. AfcOneary county but 120 43 OS, 113 SO 104 75 40 94 120 90 (162 98 120 71 120 41 61 SS 9G 1 x ios 75 71 117 16 41 29 4 I I wSWm' VACdty Mfcjjy VlUpn wtzr 91 89 101 I QBRH. VHr BHi' &Asv 5 I 'ii 0, , y. o nral m-u- t " Oon-fidjju- te We Washed Our Windows. Quito a nunibor of tlw ifirieads of tlw Junior Editor of Thy Republican At Opening: of the Civil had a lot it fun n'i 1'jjs .jxipjua marnlngr. We duad a wagjr War. with Mr. A. PrAty, of tlio nuichanl- cail fora, that If McQncairy M'as elected itlhe Junior ehould waah (he eoap i! off Hh9 windows that tfcl 3 boj"3 Edmund Ruffin, Soldier, Who HallaTOin. If on tin chjr was liand. O'llW was claaMd It Touched off First Gun, Later agreed ithait Petty Eihould tn'osth, tlhe wlndasi3. We think nearly oranjono Killed Himself. to knioiwaibout it Oor wlwn ww our task at 10 o'clock wks had a good largo nud'jonici but iwwinth fliosia Theno Is alwaj-- s a faseinal'iton; about wo d.d exaqt,ly as agwd. the fd.rt,t, wlifqtlwr to a boluyi pair of trouajrs, a lidgh liat or ,tilw dlasov- n oians me unu. x" ,oijr of tho Non'jli role. Tlw West Kentucky Oil Cpmn'pa.ny And so it Is that, witli tdw riftlcttJi began .to drill their first Avell anniversary of dihy Qlnll (war, there of thb (wijjk on Uw flarm of ia a iKirtlcular dnitimat ai'jtaahiEg to til. iu u. V.U..W- i. ma man .wjio nnju one urs: anot, Evory,Cino Is enitluisioistlc in Ww ihtSpa nwre baa iba m amno dispute about that Ui4,r efforts will he rwwprdjd. It, but itho oenciH of qplnlon luu FetThe mumb'rs of the Company Jvavo tled upon Edmund RuXtin aa thj onj worlqod faithfully In iiracautus ?Hmi3 wflio "fired the ehot ibhat fn.ed tlw antl making riody in Sij3t this sec- slavios." Contain dt is, rJialt Iw suftion (for cdl and gas, whioh if found fered, tills dll fortune that pursues so will Mean more to this MJclniiltj- - and many 'benefactors of rtiha human inaa. counity, itlian una can Imagine. Tho beoauaa Iw ended a career of inii'ljiiy promoters ontialnlj' desorvKJ Itoe un- - by (tiring a flmail shot thait gaTOhiiu oauragment of evei-j- - citizen on aocoun, entrance .to "itJia.t .bournelfiom wliloli of ih3 prcep-rutiit .will bring this no Hr.iv.Jer o'en iMtunns.''' sao'don of our State If thkJlr effap' AVilthal, lw iwas an un.villlins honi -are sucaj3iful. factor, ibacause he .was suoh an andjnt For many yirs it has byjn thought secov&iondsit that wln.ni he saw the 03-- -' that all e.Ms'ad In our ccunTy, bluo would win ho emdcid his illfe na'ihi p ciatly in the cauntpy the or than tniluna "Yankiee ml.". company nqw have uniijr lease, and 15 A book thait tlw paasin; of years Is gra'ifylms tlwt enterpiting local has niada inito.Vii't.ing is In the by pintles MvaII make am actual Aeot of Capt. Noble D. Piuaton, of drilling, Philadelphia. It Is a history cf the Tha"Cemrauy ha? emp'oyo.d (tiwo ex- American Rwrtution, and was itho pro pert drilUns fnoin nnothiir oil fileld, pjrty of Edmund Ruffiin. " and '.has Bainnl tlw sorvios of Capt Capt. Preston will nwar fongat, itlw New day that his servant Aaron Jama C. Gibnoy of Orlaan, handful YorI,a3 grnural auparintfemident of Jiain tha book, for with it came a - !ia3 ypaat hiawUiOime tlw ivjrork, Capt. Glbnralr of lway iblanll'. a ignaai part of liis lifl-- in the PresrtonjwlMi his comrade of ' tho cdl territory, an,d liaJ Tenth 'ew York Cavalry, was oicor th-f6lloiTlRS do Bay of fclw Celd now Ihi3 Jamas rlier an May, 180j, :hn i n h.imlr one i'eb,t Aaron woke liis iriaitu' up dn atmoat oxiry well by itllfottllig t!ie lvoavy "I liave on blankets knowin oil fljld in the Unltud States, Mm. Aarcn Iliad txaon out iwiltli a and am Ineia ito Say itlvait I ido mct party on a foraging Urip. iw But that theau is oiw of (jlveg-- j intvny naver ito'd vvdieru iw gdti the antilcl '3. woh f.Uls, that at the bginrrng As Capt. Pive'jon allowvd his piwajnted a nwrj cncouTagdrig pwj-pa- ct man to enter a haus3 exotipt to got of Giiao3a3 than the liold tlia oitahlos, lw took itho cogiu boy sliarp-l- y West Kentucky Oil Co. liaie In Ohio to (task. But wlun ,tihe Captain county. From a geological ap,ndplrj5 looketl nt the hlaula'js lw jjotieod' tlw tbj arilollnals aro not ghurp ar Initials "U. S." "Wiell, whoaver liad but low and flat, Uw dip of tho thoas blankets stole th'Jm, fo you'ivjsl rock more than 20 pur cent, fiom the right, Aaran," lw cruinanktd. p'aln of ithe eurfaicie,, wlilch are all Tlw history has nimeo hon in tlw faonabla conditions. A Inn drawn roiic chsat at Capt Preston's home, fiiom the CliatJiam Oil fields In thj and lw Udn1t take it out until a few Paxuvlnce of Ontario to Beaumont, days ago, wluai Gen. Pryor annsunc- Texas, would pass over" a.'veiul Will ed that he had bej first dil'aa',ed known oil fields in Ohio artd Indiana, to lire that first Jilioit. Tlw Capi.a and in otlior States to t& Sou'Jh-wes- t, pasted his iinispi,par cllpi)lng cj and pass within a eteont In the bade of tlw book h&ule an old of"Hanttond, ICy." yiol'ow oiirip'nik whiedi cliromolsd Uw ' suloklJ of RufXin, DUKEHURST. Tho hook Js tho fdriit volume of a Tfi5 farniaw in this community aro history wmtiten by David Ramsey, M. njwrly tlirough aowdng iwlwiut. D., and was publUdwd by R. Aitkin & Mr. Mose Fiuqua dicad of idnctpsy at Son in Philadelphia. Baides tlw the homo of hils eon R'.ohaTd Fuqua, and bookiiiank of Ruffin there i 29,1911. 81 Oot. of 033. ana two cfjhor signatures on the front Tho llbtlo son of Mr. tunid Mrs. K. cavers. Oiw is "Alexander iMltclwlson. W. York has baea very 111 of dlpfcher-l- a. London," and the otdwr "W. Harnisoii, Wtjd-niisiJay FIRST SHOT was persuaded. Ruffin lined tlw Ursa shot, Virginia tlieneuixin Be&dded, un iting itlw tni'Jre South." Rutfn'a namo would fliaridly her known itot'oy if Gen. Prj'or (had pbey-od nat WJd-nesd- ay I i 3 ,b.i-.3- i lw-Iw- ir ab-ruj- it, iwe-Dii- dis-tan- Tlw taking of itlw. old hook irom his cheat has ibnought iback old miom- ori'ja bo Capt PiyJatun, and onoa again he wondjits what bjcume of Jiia faiiibh- tul boy Aaron. Aaron alwajis staid that was hiis only 11a nw and ho mMvbr liad .natlien or.ie. Lllw Tops)-- , Aaron didn't know anything about his past. Capt. Proton met lUm during tlw cariy pant of the war and dw was faithful to itiio ond, ov'cn ifollowilng (I11I111 to Plilladslphia. Wlwn Cajrt. Preston nacoveivad t ram serious WQunds mear itha cloaa cf Uw war and went to Waehingiton, on. his way North, Aoiron stuck with him. Aaron walk d with his mati'j-ito tho train flwd, wearing Iks faber and .belt Noticing how Aaron, .If was, tlw Captain ash d I11I111 lw wanteil to go "North." "Golly, mas-to- r, , I'd UlJe tto." But Aaron forgot a satcliol and wvjut back to tlw hdadquanU.'rs to ee! it. Tlw tjra'n went off wuthout Aaron, and Capt. onnavod In Phlladel-ph'- a minuj the falJiful servant Ha stayed in Philadelphia for sevieral days visiting friends .prior to going to liis liouiw iu N iw York. Befcno going tto fclio old Kenaing-to- n x depot to catch his trroln ho wient wpot' doiwTi to the WosHingten-aviunu- e There ha was amazed to Sua Aaron tlio-- ' walUng iwiildly up and down atiyit with the EJarJclujlAOllier and bait There iwas a grand iwunioii,'butitiwaa natrtolaytlong. Aaron titopd to .talk to eonw iwgrois and Uw Captaln'loati track of him. But he got his bdtt and saber, and still has thorn. Aaron, it appears, was arrested when he Wyntiback'tO'the quainteris and jwaa brought Gen. Ab ireitwnblo Tlio officer commanded duini to give up ithe belt and Eaber, hut tlw plucky little fellow refused do do it. He explained tluait "a bullfjt vv nt cl ar through Pajs-ton- 's that bait and through Mas?aa bodyjand ihisaa Ptva'joii wouldn't part with 4t for a mint." The General admired the iboy's a irvo nml .was aJ so lnpleJtel with the euory and (jawi him a pass cut of tlw cuty. To Aarcn tlw "North" was a definite place, and lw tliought that if lie. boarded any tiuln goliu Nunth lw would flLd tlio Captain. So it was ontiiWy by accident aliat Caivt Ps-tto- n got lis inununiaas. Anion, if he 13 living, is tlw only one that can explain wlwro Ru3Slna book came from. Phlladetyhal North , American. dcAin-difjafltft- d Pr-.ato-n tho irat ins .ruoticina. & Birthday Celebration. Tha Bovenriy-flre- it yi-n- annivensary of the was cdlobrareil blrtdi of Mr. Samuel It. French, of tha-- Eastview violnlty, hLs .liojue nt co 3 o, v y, Vtr-teM- d, Jnw, ad us pmt, vat iiu)r, wa ks Mini1'" tml. to, Mr Tom Hanely, of Hocalor, Ind., The first clipping on tho back cover was In our midst Saturday ttiul Sun- rmcU as foMows: day, "Old Edmund Ituflln, v ho f livd ithe and first gun at Ft. Suuiptur, cammlttcd Mr. and Mrs. G. It. lllckey daughter Gladys, Mr. Clayton Park, suloldio on Saturday last, near DanMiss lva Royal and Tom Hanky ville, Va., liy blowing hla bratnsout Cannel with a miuslviot.. He had become very Jio alnglng at MU and lwpcaibad a large oro.7d, gooddln-ii- jr einc thsi captiuro of and tine singing. Richmond and did not wish to live un- iVt YauMw rule. He left a mate say EASTVIEW. ing, 'I cannot survive the loss ctf placo Nov C Snow fell at this tho libraries of my oauntry.' " Saturday Then otter fonty-ed- x joam, anothea' Tlw fawners apo very Ibusy pu'tlting clljilng tlirows a dilXfanient lUgftt on ittj In tlnjlr Iwdnter fuel. firing tlw first alioL It is tltla stateMr. Dee Whittaker has moved on of Gn. Roger AtUmaon Pryor, a farm near Whltoavllw to mako that mentsoldier, tho editor and Iowtjw. It his future hanw. reaida as follows: Mrs. IMfle Martin and clilldron are "Tlw, first flhot on Ft, Sumter fndad paraiKmdln a Ifew days miltih lwr tho slaivcs, but that Mas not my Inents, Mr. and Mrs. Jam as Taylor, of tention whiai I vdowod Uw. oaunQn'a Habit. o( Tay fuse, ptviiored Ito touch it on. t Mr. and Mrs. Lutlier Oolllns, "I was bh'ti a lawyer of ithlntj-itlirolor Mlnw, aiKsnt from Friday until VlPftJnln, and had made a speech fpleudd and itdWjiwtt lp from Sunday wltdi In Ch&rlwton just a i&ow days hatore this vicinity, tho 12th of April,, lSGUtt ivvlWcli I said Mr. B. O. Austin 04ud ftwnlly, of rwar 'Strike one blow and VJiigtiuIa MiLl and Boaver Dam, srnuijt Soitu-mkiIn an hour by the Shmowabury Suiulay iwllli friends anid if 'Mvotiln clock, It was in campltownt for this tills vaaintty. Bpesoh tliat Gem. Bjauregaaxl hogtow-e- d Good Farm for Sale tho uiion mo ha honor of fining ContalataclGS smn, 62 Mrrca bot- first ahot. Ituf f In liau a paiHir.ot w hloli tom laml,- - gfofiwWBg, wood out lw had boon odltor tor many bulIddntH, " Vorahwrd, two good Ho was tlw firuft, advxicaio of eocos-s!o- n bayfla onm'wmmU bMMt. Tuxvm as dtatlnet from Cailioun'o doctidne ' of iiuUlBtcai'Joo. Viixlnk did woit fa- CnH on or ad4rcw, , W. AUSTIN, vxr Ruffin' no,tloi atiroagly. lthat 1W4 HarttI, Ky., R 2. I Is why Uuflla wcotte goutib CaixAl-aa- , j i law-siilritaa-aj- do poa-aoai- Januaiy 11, 1S04." last Saturday, Noxmvbcr tMa 4th(lAltIi a surprise dinner being iglvwn dilm at by many of his friend Hand rela'dvea, the hoiwrea was prdaanted with a large number of ihandaonw and usuful pivents and a moat delicious dinner was served. Theee (present wene Mrs. Hanah Taylor and tlaugh-tw- r Anide R. Mr. and Mrs. O. C Austin and ohlldron.CViffio, GolUe, Loclde. Hazel, Louts and Paulean! of Bvjavor Dam; Mr. and Mrs. David iSadlor ami Children, Buiali, Gollle and Mary, Mr, ohlldixm and Mrs. EUe Martin and Ozna, Eatll B. and HazoltieJi, Mrs. Al-tA. Stewart and eon Ellis P., Mr. B. J. French, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Colllnu, of Taylor Mtaos; Mr. aud. Mrs. L. D, French, Mrs. Lue Smltlu ha Cigarette Smoker 106. San Francisco, N'ov. 3. "Give uw a cigarette. God lias boon good to nw and allotted mo u long lite. Let me die smoking." Puftlnig tlw cigaaitito and bmillng at tlw Httendaiuto Abraham Irioos. aged 10G, died today nt a local lra-ul'a- l, brli the unabla to longer weight of liia years. Isaacs entnod tho hoapltp.1 whou 85 years old, pajlng $2,000 tor a life hantli. Ho 'was an Inveterate &molur, and maintained that tobacco was an aid to longevity. The physicians at tho hospital iwvan attompt-o- d to curtail his vupoly Isaacs waa a voteran of the' Mexican opd 01vll W)WS j M m THE HUMAN SKIN, Cta)gs ! COAST DEFENSE. Its Hues That Have Come With the Ages. In i COLOR A MATTER OF CLIMATE. Man's Original Shade I Believed to Have Been a Brownish Yellow The Same Forces That Made Men White, Black and Yellow Still Operating. Man's original color and the cause of the changes In that color to the various Lues that mark the skins of the differ' cnt races hare long been a study among men of science. The theory ot Professor Lionel Lydc. an English scientist, is that, whatever the color of pritnltiic man In the be- - i ! r-i- f , I After the Pork Course Gave Out a Dessert of Cold Lead Ended the Feast, and tho Unwilling Host Vowed Never Again to Fool With a Beer. A teamster in the em Hoy of eoc of A' ji the bis tanneries In the west hod n laughable yet trying adventure wkh a NOTE HEADS" bear while on his way from the woods CARDS with a load of bark. As he emerged from the woods with his team be stopped to give the mules a breathing POST CARDS-BLOTTERENVELOPES spell nnd to eat his dinner, which he carried in a tin bucket. He had i IT glacial period such that unl- scarcely opened hl9 bucket and begun BILL HEADS formlty of results must have been pro- to eat when a bear came out of tho nrnrn .nlhrnpw.ln tl V.,h woods on one side of the road, only ready to' admit now a common origin two or three rods In tho rear of tho X ' wagon. Bruin sauntered along, paying for all mankind. Whrre man orlgl - make 47 V' cent S LETTERHEADS.-STATEMENT-HEADPROGRAMS flocks per y: to the team, but the teamnatcd is not known very likely in moving no nttentlon t southern Adn. io,slbly in Africa, cer of projectiles on the deck of a ster, desirous of seeing what the bear tainly not in Euroie. they say. His target any w here within range. would do, threw a bit of salt pork In SHIPPING TAGS It Is vastly important that such his wny. The bear stopped, sm'clled nt original color I supiwscd to ha e been pos as comfortable- lie a sort of brownish yellow not like any rooms for made strained human asintel- the pork and gulped it down greedily. the of tbo colors of mankind today, and slblc working Then the animal, noting the source out their country's de- of the morsel, came toward the Wagon LABELS scientists call him, for the sake of lects CIRCULARS fense within them, nut to make them and rose on his haunches as If to say calling him something, a Condwana. He lived in southern latitudes. This, comfortnblo is a difficult problem. In that another bit of pork would prove they think, is certain. Then came tho United States the first modern bat- acceptable. STOCK FORMS BOOKLETS migrations, and then. Professor I.yde teries were completed during an The teamster laughed and tossed out believes, the Variations of color began. exigency caused by the war with a second piece, which bruin devoured, Some turned white, some turned black, Spain. Hut since their completion and then he poed again, nut the CATALOGUES ORDER BLANKS eome brown and some yellow, all ac- during the warm and humid months teamster wanted the rest of his dinner nml cording to the climate in which they of summer nnd early fall their gal- hlmofll uuu ttilil nn nttnntlnn In tllft ......... . . ' I.. leries, magazines and service rooms shaggy intruder. The beggar, seeing found themselves. -'MORTGAGE'BL'ANKS V Climate influences worked directly reek with moisture. Water stands in the teamster was no longer aware DEED BLANKS and indirectly. In the tropics the skin great beads upon the walls and ceil- of his presence, snorted fdiarply two or and the intestines perform work which ings, from which It drips down to form three times and walked back nnd forth n temperate zones Is thrown on the great pools upon the floors, ana they across the road as If reconnoltcrlng THE TONIC OF VICTORY. lungs. So when man found himself In arc not safe places for either human the situation. Presently he growled. activity of beings, ammunition or material of war. but tho teamster, thinking that the Army Surgeons Say It Acts Almost as cooler lands the increased the lungs, together with the lessened To remedy the evil many expedients beast would go away if he got nothing an Anaesthetic. light and heat, favored lightening of have been tried and much valuable ' further, continued his meal, Bonnette, n Trench army surgeon, tlie skin. "When he found himself in esnerienee trained. Hut the problem ' The bear ventured near and finally writes in tho Presso Medlcale of the hotter climates the Increased activity is beset with difficulty. climbed up tho load of bark at the extraordinary indifference to tho pain of the liver nnd the presence of great hind end of tho wagon. The man was ' 0f operation manifested by the soldiers light favored a dark skin. unpleasantly surprised at this move- - 0f Kapoleou while the great contfueror Le Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. FALLS ONLY TO RISE. The old theories of race are pretty ment of bruin's, as he was wholly wag sweeping victoriously over Europe, ' j well discarded, for men of the same unarmed. All Work Guaranteed. While the defeated soldier is full of race, under differing conditions, would An Experiment Which Shows a Sort of Accordingly he threw a bit of pork Imaginary terrors, subject to panic, Perpetual Motion Effect come to be outwardly very different. same time yell-- madness nnd treason, the conqueror, on A novel experiment In the demon- Into the road, at the Thus etcn In Africa, which ever body Ing to the bear to direct Its attention the other hand, Is Intoxicated with sue-t- o thinks of us the land of blacks, black stration of perpetual motion Is to be meat. The bar dropped down cess, says the New York Medical is not nt all the unhcr-n- l color. In performed simply. A glass beaker andthe went and picked it -- up, but as Journal, Nothing, not even the morbific inches high and four inches the Sudan, where there are great light about six soon as It was swallowed and there! microbe, can resist troops who believe and little humidltj nnd no shade, the in diameter ! tilled with water to was no more forthcoming he made an- - themselves to be Invincible, men are acij black. Elsewhere In the height of about four and a half Victory Is the most powerful of re- charge upon the wagon. Ko. 22 Africa, where there nre forest, more inches, and two and one half to three other tAnmatn. olnrlAil llm trllllna fin. ctnrntfi'fla nml flnnnfKit ef o nnnalliottna n'ttrt ounces of commercial aniline ore addhumidity nnd less light, though about not iope Legless members of the old guard ' equal heat, the color Is brown and even ed, which will sink to the bottom of ward, but know that ho could to escape with his heavy load of bark. crowded Into an ambulance would nt the vessel. yellow. The temperature of the beaker and An idea struck him. He would coax sight of the emperor rise on their As primitive man went on his way on by feeding the lunch to stumps to salute him. After Eylau over the globe he adapted himself to its contents Is now raised to 170 or the bear to a Larroy operated uninterruptedly for conditions he found. Professor 175 degrees Pahrenhelt by means of a him until they should come the hours, nnd "ho reports how buruer, when It will be observed that friend's bouse a mile or two along the thlrty-bl- x Iyde thinks that It is light nnd not the aniline will rise to the surface of toad. Then he would get n gun and the soldiers seemed unconscious of their beat which is injurious. There aie the water, from width own troubles, lost in thought of tho it will hang In shoot the old fellow. In the tropics dangerous rajs ImThe teamster sat on tho bark, facing glory of their leader, and. maimed as it had aDosuniptioiu It had a The Philosopher of Folly. which must be stopped, and they w ere a mass of curved outline. Almost h, fel"Why Is It," asks the Philosopher of all the tinto. We tailed many stopped by the darkening of the skin. mediately the suspended aulllne com- backward, his big dinner bucket at they were, lending their best aid to mented to alter in shape, nnd grad- hand. When tho bear came up with low patients. Folly, "that after a fellow ha3 taken a namod'ios without avail, Since lack of moisture also tends to and doctor's At Itorodino Larrey disarticulated yeek off, ho always wakes up with the' mjdlchu&amned: i;tve a tawny color, It Is found that In ually a large drop an inch or more in the wagon nnd threatened to climb as usjlaaa. Finally diameter detaches Itself from tho upon the load the teamster tossed out tho bhoulder of a colonel, who Immedi- feeling that he Is about to be evicted rainy countries the people are fairer mass und wo tried Dr. icing's Now Dlscovary, falls through tho water. a piece of pork. Tho supply of this- - ately set out for Franco on foot, where and arrested for obtaining money un- and than In places where there are long aria pfcasad to say that one, bottlo And now, the detached drop having edible was limited, so he tossed tho ho arrived after three months walking. der false pretenses?' nnd frequent droughts. offijoiod a camphjto euro, and our fallen to the lottom of tho beaker, beast a slice of bicad, which fell but- After fording the nercshia, a, river lu child The race, then, that found a home In comes the surprising part of the ex-p- ter side up. Ilrulu nofecd it, then ltussia, General Zayonchek, soenty-flv- o Porecns who say so much about 13 again strong and healthy.' For moderate and damp climates turned seen intent. fallen drop j ears old, had his kneecap shat- ravly rising am njmilndod that Uw oouglis, ooltl3, hoarsjnss, lasnipa. asthwhiter and whiter. It is only In such gradually to The to the surface,is'where licked tho butter off and left It. ma, croup and bqivj hunss, Its The net slice fell butter side down, tered by a bullet. Amputation was per- early worm guts caught by tb iblrd. lilmates that white skins can endure, It Joins tile rlo from which It iUo mass pioist infailabel remedy that's and the bear ignored it. Boiled eggs formed In three minutes in a Uolent und presumably, If the present white made. broke away. At once another and cheese fared the same. Itruln snowstorm and In bitterly cold weather, race wis turned into u different part PirJa 50c and 1.00. Trial ibotitlofrao. Consumes Much Butter Dally. at the world for many hmuliods of drop commences to form and, hnug wanted pork. The teamster dealt thla yet the white haired officer was placed An authority says that New York iruarairjoert by all druggists. become detached, falls and rises in the in a sledge nnd taken to Vilua, where city consumes 718,000 pounds in years, the whiteness of M.ln would out in small, bits, which failed to satis. of butj ears. ter every day in tho year. gradually be lost. Perhaps, since the tame manner as the previous drop. fy, aud the bear was grdwlug ugly and be died at Jho age of eighty-siSo long ns the temperature of the "I do not ba'tevo tharo Is any othen Many similar anecdotes are told by our aggresshe. white rnun Is spreudlug owv the world water Is maintained nt 170 degices nwjdloino so good for wihooping-cough-, It would ho fair to say It will, At length the teamster saw his friend clll war veterans. Pahrenhelt or over Saved Child From Death. as OliambTlain's Cougu in such cases, bo lost, the whiteness tinues indefinitely. this procedure con- at work In a field nnd called to him to Ifceniqdy" Spokane "Aftw ou child had suffoivd from wastes airs. Francis Turpln, being retained only In climates 'that run for his gun. Tho man seemed to Stupid Fish. Junction; Imve the conditions under Which the realize the stato of tho case aud set Professor Harold Itussell, the Lon- a Vary sjvoto 'bronchiial itnoniblo for a Qlfcy, Oregon. .This nemody is also, utt race was flrnt bleached. off on a dead rim for his. house, a don zoologist, will hao none of the yar," wrote G. T. lUahandsan, of surpassed for colds and oroup. . For Worked Both Ends. Intensity of light and little humidity quarter of a mllo distant. Hut tho popular yarns about the wonderful Richardson's Mills, Ala., "Wa fcarod Kuo y all druggist Queens at their best are but women. supply of pork was out beforo he re- things fish will do when pul to it. in marie black. Trade winds and little humidity gave the tinge of brown to Said Mary of Modena once in her days turned, and the poor teamster was in He snys they aro deaf, dumb aud virtually color blind. When, tho calcarethe subtropical Mediterranean people of ulle, "It tool; all the Jewels that a sorry plight. Then come yellow, which Piofessor all tho goldsmiths could procure to The bear climbed upon th'o load. The ous stones are taken out of the ears of my crown." Sho was "powLjile puts down as tlio result of "iust decorate teamster tossed him tho last piece of fish they loso all senso of equilibrium dered" with gems, which Fouutaln-hal- l pork diMfccntlng giuss lauds" hi Intemperand then Jumped from his wagon nnd roll about as If crazy. Most fish says "made her shine like an ate latitudes. nnd tore dowu tho road, nruln, prob 'hunt their food by only defective angel." sight, but tho eels by eveu more deThe yellow man Is tho product of 7 Queen Caroline, too, the wife ably thinking that tho teamster was A conger eel witb the grass lands, with lack of humidity ofAnd fleeing with a stock of coveted pork, fective smell. George II., used to allude to Lord Do nnd seasonal extremes of temperature. Ilervey's Marted after him. The terrified man which Trofessor Itussell experimented rather personal remark . . The color a man exposed to such con- her downing dress "was as fine as that "ma " rmarr. duc no siurauieu o;er devoured with tho saino avidity fish Own' the ? ditions would naturally take would bo accumulated ilehes of tho city aud j a 8,onc " ' 1L" IU 'cngtn, aim tno dosed with cheese, anchovy, camphor one which consent's heat nearly ns hubuibs could mako it, for, besides bear was close upon him when thero spirits, turpentine and iodoform. s2sraa well ns white, but which also protects her own Jewels, she had on her head came the loud report of a gun. Where We Aim. from light, for which combination yel- und shoulders all tho pearls hhc could The friend hud como at last. Tho William Dean How ells lu ono of hlsi low was the best, or red The nor- borrow of tho ladles of quality at ono teamster roso and looked round. Thero I Who cans tomatoes and other mal color of those folk of tho grass end of tho tow,n, und on her petticoat lay his late pursuer In tho road, dead. talks about literature said: "Good litlands would bo changed by special all tlte diamonds she could hire of the The teamster declared that never ngnln erature is always condemned on its first m vegetables for the trade ? iflctil conditions, nueli as iho presence Jewelers nt tho other." would bo fool with a bear. Harper's .appearance. That Is becnuso, being original, it Is new and stiange. ShelWeekly. rf mountains or proximity to tho sen. ley's wmk was bitterly condemned at The mountaineers of Asia nnd tho I Who makes shoes or harness or The Polar Bear. first. So was Coleridge's. So was WordsMongolians nre lighter in maritime They Bumped. The polar bear Is a pretty formidable So was Stephen Crane's." other leather goods ? ;, color than their brothers of tho inland brute. A specimen of this species has A truo happening which has been worth's. Mr. Howells paused, then added Implains. made the subject of u cartoon occuncd pressively, been killed weighing 1,000 pounds und "Stones nro only thrown at: To Professor T.yde, therefore, skin ineasmlng nearly thirteen feet from at a fashlonablo golf club near LonI Who manufactures overalls, night color is entirely n. matter of climate. nose to tall. Tho strength of tho polar don. A joung man Interested in golf those trees which nro heavy with fruit." It is a well established phenomenon bear Is beyond belief. Ono was seen solely for tho sake of tho social shirts or underwear? now because tho different portions of feeding on the body of a whlto whalo ono day decided to play a The Fertile Rock. tho human ruco lived segregated for fifteen feet long and weighing at least round. Bo ho sauntered leisurely Gibraltar is often called n barren CJ Who makes suits of clothing, thousands of jours in special ureas, three tons. Tho whalo had been drag- down to tho caddy houso, whero ho rock, yet it lias 4(l species of indigebnt the same, forces that made men ged by tho bear out of tbo water on to met a cerlnln peppery lord. Not know- - nous (low6rlug'plants. Castor oil plants, overcoats or dress skirts? white and black and yellow ate oper- the ice. lug tho gentleman nnd barely looking daturas and daphuos uttutn tho digating today, slowly, but surely. Men at 1dm, tho somewhat foppish youth nity of trees and geraniums and hello who change their dwelling places will Who makes flour, meal, break- -. asked, "Aro you tho caddy master tropes tbo proportions of hedges. In These Degenerate Days. mill, after hundreds of gciiciattons, "Huh," exclaimed the yardstick as hero?" Without nn Instant's hesita- These ilornl delights often conceal can-nofast foods or other edibles ciingo also their skins us they did in it umved rapidly over tho bolt of tion Lord replied, "No, I am uot, and other armamenfs. The few the epoch of tho first migrations. Now iloth, "you'ro not all wool." but I happen to know that ho Is uot In snakes that are found are small and for sale? "That's till right," retorted tho bolt need of tiny caddies this afternoon." harmless. Lizard several Inches long York Times.' pf cloth; "you're not a yard lovng, It was some tlmo beforo either reeov are often secu. either." Chicago Tribune. 1$ Who prints pamphlets, stationery, ered. Hostou Transcript. Not Consistent. H ery foolish, Mary, to "You, nro Ohl cards and other jobwork? A Jolt to Romance. (Iimk of Retting married. If you will "The little son of the hostess is Tongue Could Tell, 'Tlubby, you havo a lock of my hair, filTe up tho idea I will ralbo your "Last night, tieoigc, jou told me you mighty ujfly, isn't he?" laven't jou?" "Of coursQ." "See If loved mo moro than tongue could tell, wages a. dollar a week." "Da you think so?" "He certainly doesn't tttke aft.er hta "Huh a dollar n week That's a you can mutch it in some puffs when und, oh, George, that wasn't true!" v fine argument ngMnst iuarridge to be you go downtown." Pittsburg Tost. "Why, darllug, wnut do you meati?" mother. Must look like kl 'father." boom pat up by a lady that's drawn $400 "nis mother says be dees. I'm hW "I weau that It wasn't more than my little brother's tongue could tell. father." Houston Poet. month' alimony." Judge. tt One of Them. "PATRONIZE Flgg As a tulker nrowu's wifo Ss IIu beard it all!" certainly a. wonder. Vogg Khjht you DaBgtrq are light If thy we m "Vu soldier is tko only wild animal of are! "Wonder never , cese.-Dote- H. Bwe MNrWw hare &miy4 IH Mttonw are sure to be fallowed WBt tkat dow not eat what h IdHs.-Je- s-. V' Truascript. from ttww.- -). ttaR forced . w8, hwt tbtta uood ruls.-L8c- LB. -- ,! e the-suburS Z .n1 rw That Conertto Fert a ml k Protect Oer Sea Line. The MoAern Hfcooot tort fa a bat tery whose kus nre pretecled hi front and flank with eaenaoHS sonolHba ef concrete, covered, Ih the sides exposed to the Are, with sand enottgh te deflect projectiles before they reack tan concrete, says the Engineering MagaDeep down In the interior of zine. these huge masses of stone are placet! the magazine and operating room reof the batteries. quired for the sen-IcThey are simply cavYj In r.tonc, nrtl- I flclal, to be sure, hut a permanent as the everlasting hills. It la weird and uncanny to reflect that In one of those caves, scintillating with the highest resources of science, men stand over a drawing board on a tabic and practically see and plot on a chart every movement and position of the ships of a hostile fleet and flash forth to the such Instructions iBnnncn in the for pointing (M' guns as enable them u iu.iru wumuuc 'W " BRUIN'S BANQUET, It Was Long Drawn Out ZEWAS m AfHICA. They Are a Feorfiri Poet ami a Monae to OMIfcotfon. i 7bns hi Arrtcn aire a mtlMHcc aa4 a mettftc to clrtttattton, actwttMWf, t J4m T. MeCntctMMm In "Ilmttlne; Ad vestares la the Big (tame Country." He aays: Tkea I awe's, the nMqvitotts abra, almost as BtraerettA as the koagesL You see vast fcertte ef aebnts at many places ales: the raMway, and thereafter, as yen roam about the level spots of east Africa, yen are always miming Into herds of then,, At first the Mgtit of a herd ef zebras is a surprise, for you Iwve been accustomed to peeing them In the small numbers found" In captivity. It is rf source of passing wonder that these rare animals should be roaming about of towns in hundred lots. You decide that It would be a shame to shoot n zebra and determine not to Join In this heartless slaughter. Later on your sentiments will undergo a change. Everybody will tell you that the 7cbra is a fearful pest and must be exterminated If civilization and progress arc to continue. The zebra Is absolutely useless, and efforts to domesticate him have been without good results. He tramps ovpr tho plains, breaks down fences, tears up the cultivated fields nnd really fulfills no mission in life save that of supplying the lions with food. As long as the zebras stay the lions will be there, but the settlers says that the lions are even preferable to the zebras. Under the old game ordinance expiring December 15, 1000, a sportsman was allowed two zebras under his license. Under the new one he Is al twenty: .mat reveais me niu-thtude of cast Africa toward the Jaunty little striped pony. at and Only Whetted His Appettte. THE FINISH WAS EXCITING. LET US PRINT YOUR 1 " LT. .'., ,..".. TZfJZZfZT V 4 lUUJ-,11- . ! 'i Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. , J 1 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'FM-JOin- HARTFORD, KY. o bad-coug- et pre-ious- ly x lo-da- Spokes-icau-ltevlo- "Patronize Home Industries" J V i ft .. You Know What Is Manufactured In Your Community n ' .'I If you i about tbfif things and HOI INDUSTRIES" insttad buying thMt mducAm v Nail Ordtr concerns. wrt to ktlp your town fiad opt I , 1 A. k JlpA-- , K.L Jf WWIMBWWW'"! 1 -- - - "?n IAST. INDIAN DESIGNS ON UMBRELLA HANDLES. A MAN OF MYSTERY. To My Love. (ComnmnJcatrtl and Pplntal iby F you go oat In the rain you must use the lucky umbrellax-t-ho umbrella mm Dears me inman charm-- to exorctee th evil spirits that ciw umbrellas mysteriously to vanish. These umbrella tops are of Ivory (or an Imitation of It) and represent Hods. nml nlmltar cobras. magical Jungle beasts. The Indian fad la well upon us, everything that wig-- I Ik-er- M M 'j' Oh ,thj moTr.r,ng-it.hait- . w3 iparfjwl, I wjnit a ,way tJiough ibroJiwn hoartud, draiantlcnnd operatic poet, spent fifty- Oh, huw lcwlJ331nl'J nil uloni, five yenrs in vicuna with tho Murtlnes. family without ever loarnliig German Whllj on my Jounw ho.nv I or wishing to learn It. -Rpildcs his utter lmllfTerence to nil rTVw 1ittl.1 vint. U(U.t 1fut.i 4. jt,.h. 1MW i J4Uv speech but Italian, Metnstaslo possess- t Oh my tfuturo life co.nKid crolid ed ninny pocullaritles of character, Our ocun'.Btiilu. lias Ikhii short but N'onu might mention denth In Ills pros- nuce. Those who alluded to smallpo jAnd now I foir It is ucioro mm no iikhic ic n point 1101 w yenrs, Oh nil of It i ;naw )ou ctm rvmioim- see ngnln. In nil his fifty-fiv- e In Vienna he never gave away more, ljr, than the equivalent of $25 to tho For dt all has happKmKl elcba las: poor. Ho always occupied the same-scaS nt church, but never paid for ltf lie' took all his meals In the most mys- OhI don't itlibik that I nin mad, am only n poor unfuntunnifai lc(?r terious privacy. Ills greatest friends ami did. , never seen him cat nnythlng but u had. Peculiar Life of Metatailo, the Celei 2 brated Italian Poet. ' "" J.l ,t.. I i ! L BBF m bb AbI bbbb ibV jH Rh b1 Bn W - Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought, nnd vliicli Jms been in use for over 30 years, Iins borno tho isi;naturo of - nnd lias lioriiiniulounilcr his sonnl supervision since its infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd" lint Experiment tlmt trilio wilh nnd endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children Experience nsnin.st Experiment. Jnst-ns-gool"nro ' 7 r -- t &: m tf. ' fjtt'jy y9& $ 'S' r - V, IT r IVOU1 UMBRELLA HANDLES. gests theUand of the rajahs being exploited, whether ,It bo In Jewelry, dress or Its accessories. Tho photograph shows first a heavy design, suitable for a man's umbrella ' and representing a Hon facing a snake. A more graceful and feminine pattern represents a heron entangled In tho leaves of a reed. A set of three carved Ivory elephants Is especially handsome. The fourth design Is gathered from tho art of tho moguls and Is a conventionalization of tho rose of Allah. OAIIVED THE FICHU. of Arranging the Shoulder Drapery. 'A fichu may be arranged In so many different ways that it will give the wearer the appcaranco of possessing a great variety of costumes. The following are some suggestions for Its arrangement: It can be short and crossed at the uuui uuua iuu giruie or lusieaeu uj V a pin In the center of the girdle. Tho longer shape can be tied nronnd the waist and finished In a abort but terfly bow made of tho' ends. Long ends hanging from short loops can be, arranged in two strips or one over the other down the center of the back panel. Fichus of fine lace or tulle may be arranged with very long ends at the back that sweep down Into n train. At the back there can be used a bunch of roses or silk. The long, oval form of lace, dotted with tiny silk roses and arranged across the back, is a chic finish, especially if the lace or net fichu be over a flowered organdie. Jewels or beads are other decorations used 6n stlk if the fichu be edged with plaltlngs of silk. The black net fichu can bo caught at tho front and the Lack under a velvet girdle. J v vv V' ' VV "J I J V V I V V V V V V "I Artistlo Methods I FOR EVE'S DAUGHTERS. 5 JP Only a very young girl believes a man when he tells her ho will love her forever. When she grows older she knows that his vows are Just as fragile as her own. The people whom wo dlsllko-th- e most are quite often the ones whom we have the least reason to dislike. A new and becoming bat is far more useful In giving a woman a superior feeling than if she knows that she has lots of .brain. It's generally the most inferior of masculine specimens who brays loudest In public places of the inferiority of women. The clever woman never com plains of man's conceit Ills vanity is like the ring in the pig's nose by means of it she can lead htm whithersoever sho 4- will. H----- s I Sampler Embroideries. The "sampler" dress is' one of the newest things fashion Jins produced under the Influence of a fondnes3 for anything dug out of tho past and especially for naive effects in embroidery. Many materials uow"in vogue seem Just to have been made to be When Preserving. worked In cross stitch, and women Put a few clean marbles in your ket- who have not taken up the more rrtod-crtle of Jelly while It Is cooking. They kinds of needlework may be temptrespond to the heat and will roll ed to freshen up one of the accomaround, thus keeping the liquid stlr-'rin- plishments of their childhood days for 'which prevents Scorching. the sake of having a "sampler" dress. n g, Metnstnslo was to have been present-- . For a poor unforiunafljin tbafuUtr ! el to the pope tho day ho died nnd Tlisw 13 nefthlng io rttlni. raved about tho Intended Interview la the delirium of his Inst moments. Mrs.- - Oil itJu Ijidy tliils is didicated ito, PIozzl (familiar to readers or Ilos well's'' I Know .well whnt Sho will do, Life of Dr. Johnson" as Mrs. TlualeJ Oh a sho ruls sho MiV catch a 1ilnt, collected these particulars from the InSlu will clip 'tihJs out and 'kvp it in dies of tho Mnrtlnes family, with prink whom Mctnstnslo was so long doincstl- -' cated without speaking or understand-- . (01i donlt think tbaf. I tilling you Ing a word of their language from first a He, to last For 'if I could only cay, Tlwaa shj.(ts of paixr.i (would all K; ETIQUETTE IN SIAM. Spliq'johi'jd .Wiht Vtii' dnop . i I foal ifclw itjxvs now behind my oy-.On Hands and Knees Before the Kihg yc3 pftjsulns on my Imaln. Was Long tho Custom There. Perhaps tho most revolutionary re. Oh at nlghi whoni I oloso my uyerf, form carried out by tho Into king ofi Front itho starrie ski s Slain was the abolition of tne arbi-- ( Oil luaklng ito the future; light irury ruio ot enqueue wuicu ioruauo I oanaut tu) a i?park. an Inferior in rank to raise his head ahoic that Of n superior or even level Wliijn tasking at tho past d nr lmi, with it. Tho Inferior must not even 1 can s.i) your spairkillnig pjj's iw pass over n bridge while n superior" through ilie danl,i was underneath It, nor must he enter a room in an upper story while a su- Oh as I tramp my t'uratTnj3o, I hop lyan Will eonitinu-- j to . lovt perior was occupying n room beneath It. Servants npproached their masWrit man you have chosoii to ters on hands and knees. This cusfill jny placo. , tom Is by uo means obsolete today In spite of tho royal edict, for many of1 un liaa tills occurccl 23 or 30 y.nrs the powerful noblc. who live far ago as you Tv.miwnber away from the court still enforce It. You would haw iaken a different In 1S74 the king held a Inrge court, at which no one present presumed to Wfcin vlaw of jnaitwrs, you wti joungir anil appear otherwise than on hands and ihcant more tonJ.jr, was at this audience that knees. It Oh df.wr love what will I do. the edict forbidding the custom wns read to the prostrato multitude. They there nnd then rose nnd stood like I claim no onio to tU my ocicivits ito, Oh Is it for crimes that 1 ihavo men in the lircsenco of their sovereign dunu tliat has causwd mo to for tho first time on record. SIuco then there has been no prostration at bo nailod to tho ipoor umfontun-- I the royal audience. But if a supeato dovfrs cross, rior stops to ppca' to an .inferior in And sol ypu di.'ar !o- - to ba my loss, tho street the latter will still bend or Oh dijar lows how do you Kuppau I lower his head in some way as a fool tonight. respect. London Saturday mark of Review. It has ilu.in six wxiks elnco I havu folit .llko leaUng a bit)?, Spoiled In the Making. Oh I aim blTwawl and ilovte a!ckf Behold, when n man on a trolley par removed his hat tho other day littlo My lovo giva on,--i gonitis atroku witli your loving hand Willie observed that he s bald yea, very bald, for not a single hirsute Across my aohiag brow. rambler trailed over his shining pate. Rut when it came to whiskers tho (As I vkiw tlie future sfait I am in, I think it would bo no tiin) bald paity was right there with tho Ho had whiskers lu buudles, lilacs. To call on God to ojihI An- whiskers in stacks. In fact, he had ls; enough whiskers to start a rat factory Yos, Lard, s'nd thorn now. and make n fortune. "Say, mamma," finally remarked oh 1 soma Uuies think it would Willie, tiirnlnc; to his mother, "Just iter for nil to die, look at that man there." .If I could see and have a lung talk "Hush, dear!" returned mamma. "lie with you my lotu XX ana will hear you. What's tho matter with shako that loving hand good 'by him?" good bye, "Lverythlng Is the matter with him." replied tho youngster. "When the an- Xow tktir reader to write tihis nnra- gels made him they put his head on itivw I Jiav3 dpnio any b sty Teleupside down." Philadelphia YQt wihcn I sua any lovo-- I will tyjll graph. Iwr tho rasit.. -. would induce him to dine nwny from liouie. He never changed his wlg or tho cut or coloi'of his coat. lQh i a 1!Wn d ai'Ji Oh (feafth K trouV'3 Js wora it doubte, te only a dojani, .bo than What is CASTOR! A Castorln, is a, harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pnrc-gori- c, Drops nnd SoTTthing- Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine, nor other Narcotie substance. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Pcvcrlshncss. It curcg Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - ai CENUJWE CASTOR I A Sears tho Signature of ALWAYS s The KM You Hare Always Bought In Use For Over THE CtNTAUH COMPANY, TT MUMKaV BTNCtTt i3 30 Years. NCW YORK CITY. 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THE AUNT SALLY GRAB BAG. charitable entertainment or church social is complete without its grab bag, and a grab bag that is odd is likely to do a thriving business. The one Illustrated has its godd points, for the fat Aunt Sally photographed was a most beguiling individual to the many persons who attended this lawn party recently given for a good object on one of the lawns of fashionable Newport. Tho figure 'was rigged up on an Improvised frame. It was well padded and dressed In a gay gown and apron. The head . Photo by American Press Association. NO i His Blunt Critic. , Irving Raeheller was introduced ono day by a mutual friend to a western mountaineer, "Mr. Bachcller." exclaimed tho fulend to the mountnlncer, "is an author of lepute In tho east." "Oh, yes," drawled tho mountaineer. "I know of him. I was locked up In my cabin here by the snow two winters. ago, and I only hail two books to read tho wliolo fivo months, your book, sir," he bald, turning to Mr. Uacheller, "and tho lilblc, and I read them through sovcral times." "Indeed!" said tho author, a smile of satisfaction wreathing his face. "Yes, blr," continued tho"old mountaineer, "and I never know before how Interesting tho Illblo was." St Taul Dispatch. lkKn MS.'- - ' -- A llw'i Wwl Ll wKk' ' v r?m & I'm' ' v ,l U iMt Grenada Wai Bought Cheap. Tho island of Grenada, Ju the British West ludles, was bought by tho French from tho Carlbs by a solemn treaty in tho middle of the seventeenth century, and tho price paid was two o bottles of rum. Usau's mess of was a good stroko of business by lompnrlson. Tho Curlbs soon regretted having sold their birthright and vainly tried to get tho isltiud back by Joree, It is now ono of England's most prosperous polonies In tho Wet Indies. pot-tag- TUB MANY .POCKBTKD GRAB BAD. & waa rapf lt4 with a ask for a faea and with a wig far hair. Aunt Sally's gewa ta covered' with awall packets, with ireaaurtm far the grab bag patrons. of ewirw,' tke girts are small om. Aa tM fcg are sot Am Auat Rally hWIg a large Wag alaa sapiUd. with mal jackets a lMtto mt rarMy k far ea lursemi we14 pcrbapa aCr4 opyortuaKy ta'tM 9tW lMi to MKMMMfl. Om dvatas f tk MsaN kt4a to tUat WtifjyPjBt mWt ibjjw wy vwtrwWB WJ BVVj MV IIH VW fM VWJI'WV (tk Wltrl IHt MT.aMtr IM Ttt4 MM VMM4T HIHNK7 lrg, a4 h fr . M ( So Absurd. This horse I Youth Look hero! hired from you runs' on to the paveSevere Winter Predicted. ment every time' ho sees a motorcar. Tho coming winder will bqiunusually Horse Dealer Well, you don't expect a horb to run up a telegraph polo or Eivoro, according to tli iwoatlKr climb a tree, do you V New York Jour- prosnotitcatora of tho old MJjf. Tluay nal, bdar tliis oa iha iJmo ' hoa oiwd us laid down ly tuoi!ihir It, Suited Him. 'you ever see a gol iW.tuw horse). Tho inopIu.ft fajs tlrnii Silas Say, did tho vauted It? tlw juoss on the nortii bJdo of dura boll Jwt where y inuch hcnor tlian usual ou you Is Ixkwh t;x Storekeeper Yep; the TiiU Id a Uwi of cold Wnl'iliJor and exactly all right fw m. . pUjftty of tt. To wjuinvite ha buwljy Traiwerlpt. oaKd filling 'thlr dii MJth tlw It requires very little trouble to find iub or bu rofMt, wooiwa tfa! ftwK. TUt k why Uiere are so uaany this tediewB hrfivy bbowd wxd cod erWfr-Kelt- W ,' WiWw. Tlw bow' of ttwv Uth X youK. hn 104 to' Uw 'Jwav- i! Viiid iJio of all of tliftio wool of tho sluwji Is lwaflli a .tlwn it ho has bon In yeans, and ,m$3 hnvo Iwjhi olcsio onoiu&h ito imuskcoi's Is the World Growing Better and o'Jier animals to avarnllin dhMin, Many things go to prove that it Is. tliat thujr fur Is eoinig In The way tlmt thousands aaj itinjinls to ba ,UUclo.'r than has bojn Im&uwu 'others is proof. Anions itfuini is Mrs. years. m m 'W. AV. Gould, of l'ltusfleld, X. II. Chambiorloin's Stomach and Llwr Finding good healtli by taking Electric Bitters, sho now advJftiJ otiher TUibl 3 do noit slckwi or grliw. and sufferers, everywhere, to UUm tlwm. may ,bo takien wltJi porfoot aaLVty iby "For jeare. I suffered wlitli stomach tlua nioit dUl'catio w,oiunn or Jio young will Mdw?y itmul)K," tih'i wnjtws. eat child. Tho old and ifo iblo and "Every mwlciro 1 mwd fatlod till I I also find Wu mi a moit satablo iVfinJy tibuir iwid BiMisUiwiiimg tpok El cute But Chila gaAt for aiding romwly iliLl4Kl iaj wondwrfuMy.'"nii y WKjalionioiJ dstton and for ivgubrliig nil tlrug-glst- s. will help nny iwonun. 'llhky'av( tho tiiv ib3wls. for bqIj liyi in b:st tonic nnd Xiinkit. Uvur and kidney i dy thav's ni4i'Ji. Yoa'la; a e. COc With the Famous, 'at all dniggiKts. in & Jackson .Anyone, who is writing a history of Llncoa than, tliat." thy Uimti U SlaUa ilinuld unnlt tvrnio "I know a .buKor a nnd Mivn of itli'w dvta.U akout I'ij' ail nis and Cpmniiti;w. Contsivra. and out a fulll rtiaiVjor Tli3 Apilan on th IvVj'Aj of tho Glands and AUi-ljOf tilO .Tho foritho world chain pkci ship. givasor, otc.. down upon "I urn pUugod'torusmniiniiundCJiabctr-lajnllaugh RkoiKdyns iSu iWQ blitos tlw SiiA'aith Itivor. I knaw Uf and u saifj vnl Miy for cough TJw Cwntial Lliuaola "By "tlw tlmt rcuninds colds and hroiujlikil trouble," wrdtc mo of, o!c," Mrs. 1 B. Arnold of Denvur, Oolo. orosH, Ga "W'q havo usud it ropeaUiUy nnd it '"11111033 ni) has nuver fallal to glvo For coital ny comlinshls snle by all drasgda s. n round Is iliv Tiho onsctS I cs Bt " la signs, it Is add-tha- to ris'jn v and no maa lias yit wihy and wli ndlnj ml irtOiandBi'. II ,T. Moi-ga- n, in Sl)rtnsfiold (III.) NV(s. Stops Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a reliable remedy for any kind of horse lameness. Will kill the growth of spavin, curb or splint, absorb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. Here's Proof. " I used Sloan's Liniment on a mule for high lamtncM,' ami cured I.tr. 1 am without a boltlo ol your liniment) have bought more ol It than any other remedy tor paim." Uaiiy Kiruv, (.asbad; , Ky. "Sloan IJntnient u the best nude. 1 have rcmonI very larr,e shoe boils off a hone with it. 1 have tilled a quarter crack on a mtre that was awfully bad. I have alio healed raw, tore neclti on three hones. 1 have hejletf grease heel on a marc that could hardly walk." Anthony O. )1iek, Oakland, Pa., Houte No. i. I neer SLOANS LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. "My lioji liad hog dwlcra three days before we got your hulmcnt. which I was advised to T. I hate used it row for tnrec Hays no my noes are almost well, One bog died before I rot the liniment, but 1 lave not lost any tluce." A. J. McCaktiiv, Idavtlle, Ind. Sold by all Dealers. swc&tM. .way homo. Tllw Jlllky- Ky- . Jlld- - .Tlia Gretvt Wiito dJ tlw.ltifiht Juaglotown. i Price 50e.&.$1.00 do,wii ill Whonovxr . thonu'a a will ihtuxi's a couuntoily lluooJiJt The Mystery in Advertising. la a niystoiiouB' Qiinfe that muo make SeoaiM .Ht riah! and' poor, YtusxmfkL my JoikiAba, tUi (rm adverting wrs auW' bt)tad to dfff(Wt 0m wtK-.- 1 It in 04 ndw-tt'.- ii Sloajt'i Seek on Horiea, Cattle, Kegt asd Poultry teatfree. AMnt ' Dr. aYitl' ErlS.Sfon ' ml,., KJ. HiB ft ' wlw and aMMnen, GERMAN Ajui lot's mnke this, h Maa&teM-- l mm.-In- g. Rntnl artordliiK to taw nt the l'ottotHce FarA delegate o the Stato Hrerl, Kjr., mail matter ot th kocodcI mers' Institute to be he4d in Frank FARMERS fort this winter will bu cl.a!iod at tills Tiws-c,'t- y C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER meeting .at 11 a. m., elismp on jtlhe ,tb ltih. date. EDITORS and WednsJay ait 10 a. m. Practice Extensive System BAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER and 1 p. m. NWeiuhur 14 and 15, 1911 PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, I HEJNRV M. PIRTLE, iSoc'y. of Farming;. 'w P -- . J' to Address all communications BEAVER DAM. Tke Hartford Republican. of Farmers Industious, but Use Lit Nov. 8. iMra. lAura Tiiclienor, Oweasfooro; Mrs. Ola BaTnwtt and littie Machinery, Women Do pot, Ky.; and ..40. tle sen Rusitrll, "wf Phi 0an'brlo.n.A. .... ..." . If you follow our signal. Mri. Emanltit Barautit, c MtiS30Uri,weu .22. 3ftoA6r2x 2S.vor Much Field Work. P. guests of Air. ojr.d Mra. 'J. the We're making signs to you f HazolrJgg lasti wo-FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 here to come and get lljlr Mra. Antj'o Arbucklo, of Central Cotumbla Mo., OotoheT I 28. The Cty, Is visiting her mother twid faththe ELECTION RESULTS, er, Mr. and Airs. John King Iwroihis University Mlflsounian aont ciw sta duals of joumnillBm cut Uu3 udihyr week Tho election la Kentucky tost Tuesday to :t nn imlamiliaw Cnoan Prof. day iwas a Viry grvsui iurprioi to both "Miss Gn.nto D. Maddox, of Owai&bo M. F. Miller of the iCtollege of Ai?ricul visiting Miss Nina Maddox here ture, who recently n durm d tto CjIuiii-W- a in is tho RepubLcnnB and Democrats tlw size ci: tlw majority n ftumxl for this week, aft r fifim months' tttudy In n, Many causus Mr. and Mrs. Will Igl hcartjof tho McCritary ticket. Germany. Someintveu'JinB fneia wn We've one or two ready for led to tlw result In our opinion, and and Mrs. Hccker, of W or giean'eJ. Acccadirg to itho prufsiaar, weight Haniford, micro tho giuerits of Mr. and Amianicaii farm' you Overcoats you will UiWnm wo menitdon ttba among th-'iirs have a good jnany " which tiia National and Stai'w Admlnis jira- - D. s. Rhoads, jesjenday. things itoloarnfrpnitho Uenmam Tlj like to wear. , tratlons were to Uw Republican lick- - uMis3 M11,sglo , "is' not b tho swlt, raid Prof. of The Uck w&s wl:a polntf ot in a comraign. ,vWl lw gj,. ithan ours, but Iwaause nU tlwlr aEt We are showing the ,.,, j,, MrB . m jr. Tleh,?nor. the democrats, oesiues una more inOensive nwhods of cuViuru ekfmior.it did not respond to fhe claims line of Rain Coats Mrs. Travis Uavls cintcrtoinod her Uiey got twice our yio'el ih iHTpertlon. to had a night which Judge O'R-ea- r The oUmate of Genniuny Sunday school class Tuesday Tuning. to ncrtogi-iand English Slip-on- s you expaot. On tlw con.trn.ry the liquor Bach younig man invtfud a young lady is goodnbo mg iwarm iniMi'nitorn'ndcotil beup solidly and l:(or forcos lined in Bumnnir Th rainitlalil is oqually We are always ever saw. Throa wiiw 21 present fin a'X Rofresh hind tho Democratic tioltfcit and tho monits wora Porved and eTOryony dlsturhcd, and drought Is prac&atlly and teljrihoiw trust and up to the newest and tobacco trust a ni'co tlane. Also iitti girls unknown." Judge every otlieir interest (whddi gavo Mr. Er and boys of the tow-"TJw main crops of the counfjry aru heSt thing Of the Season. Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner 6f Marx O'Roar had a$6Uited, aonMbutied enor- nest Tajlor a surprise eupi?r and root crops, oanaicrtiLnig of sugar )i Uj3, "wlhait was mous funds to conistltaitn evexyono rojporitod n nico tmip. fbddr Rye, iwtaitovs, eJtc. perhaps the largest camyailgn Xunid ov Rev. A. B. Gandnw left this morn- wheait.oats and barley are nlso of In any State south or gnowm. Rye is .u.'ljd for ing for Owiensboio iwhsro ho wiill hold tio Ohio Itlrar. Tho RfpubUinis had a j)rotractod moating. making jye hrwad, iwhlah condtitu'ies barely enough money to paiy ioatag of ths Gjnman hnood. and and lasd'jLmato oamniai'fin expenses, it Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Aus'jln Covers and ar'ous otiher ilesum.4J,in- LutilK-- r was children and mr. and Mrs. is conoeikd Uiat $10,000 altorio eluding ijhe bo;an and vetpli, ana s homo coun- Cpllans, of Beaver Dam, R. F. D. o. 2, 'abundantly horte sjvont in Judgo mother could desire for her boys the gnqam. 1e' Jmys, .otiher attended tlie surprise blntlwlay dlmior thowtnd ty to encompass bte and at Mr. S. R. Frenches, Saturday, Nov. tlian l.gunw3, oiro rjo gnas3 Bupiomt-o- d for winter. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Overcoats while at least 200 meadow 'grass, but not airi as pur- 4. All his children and grand cliildren grown Ibim, the float'ng ae to amy girteat exibemt. county. ware present and n host of frionds. chased hodily to canrj' tie 0VERC0ATS BARKES; CAREFUL AND SYSTEMATIC. of many qtihifr coun- He dncurde many b nuriful and usvrful The sam is true presents. It was his 71st birthday. The Genmani iCarmtar is mot as h.gh-l- y ties in tlw State. Our school is progryaaing nicely at educated as one .would e.vpeot, and State has gone Tho fact that tha ito know (vry Httb of sclenitiflc against us wlnh any largo majorlt-pccl- this wriiting B0YS'..0VERCAIS Mrs. R. M. Tichior Biiont Monday methods of farmings While tlw Gerreason fcr iho Riniblicaus to at the Point with her fathVjr, . tMr. man agricultural solwols tui lihio biti!. bo cast down, (or it ha3 jwt gon in the wrld, they do nut snicce d in against U3 with any lansrmnjority Wayne Tichenor. gjttlng ,thiair knowldgie rto lw form'or than It did for Comiiw Biolfllinnn as otlwr noO'onis do, T,h3 farmer.how Notice of Sale. Of course we have lots of other goods to, wear besides Overcoats. when ho man agalmit Bfclkrap ixi 1003, ever, Is 6lo,w, careful and worles and tho Republicans iray haie just Pursuant to the berons and You may need a new Hat or Cap, Shirts, Sweaters, Neckwear or Half Ho koeips gaod co,ws,but is good jan ojipontunity four jvars of a Judgment in the United doe3 not wiIm much punoihrtod btock. un- We have them! Hose. Jrom now as they haw evr had, StaUs Court for film Western Dls- loss our DomocraiUc friends carry out trict ot Kitucky in Uw aotlom of 0 a nne tlw beaute of hurilen Dairy cows are of mixwd breeds. Th, their platform pkdg.s to Uio letter. Edwin P. RU3 tell tt al., plalntlffs.vs. liae no fancy proaucens, but hw a1er IH Wo shall watch MUtli a good deal of Rough Ri-e- r Telepho.no Company et is fairly good. Neither haw iotaiest to boo what Uiit-- will do with. al, 1 will on. Mondajvtho asi tlio county unut plank Jni h'.ir platform 20th day of November, 1911, nt noon thty tlw fancy bait as wo haver neVtr yiileis, tht-- am niblo to prodiuco with thMir enormous majority In the ia Hartfoid, Ky., in front of the legislature. Tho principles on wihich Rough Rlvw Telephone xchangB of praolilcally all of thein mou'ls at heme. All (the fitcolc i!s let ifed and n.ver al Judge O'lt-ni- r niadij his fight aro, bound' fice on Main street expose to Rale at lowed to run on pasturo. ip prevail, and while wie have gone public auction to the ihlglust and down on djfeat with our gallant leadfThna ana thrro oiasEies of farnis tfio bidder for cash in hand, tffe er, we are not dlscourasid and Mil bst In Ge.imany: y following described property, "pick our fllni'." and come again. Landlord farms, or ifannis ot 200 All of tlw property of tihtt Rougih After the townwndcius fight mada River Telephone Company of every to 2000 acnes. Tinea farms liave.oeen to in Oliio county, it is gratifying handed down in .the family. Republicans Ivtu that tho county character and description Mhlhi was Smal'er farms of 50 to 150 ocrvaj. of owned hy said Company on October roturned a majcu-itfor Judge 0"Ror oiw of tho old landmark's of tills tlDe unsophilstlcated aieighbons. , executive to designate at this time amd vicinity. 31, 1901, or has since hewn acquired A farm of this class i& owned and aUo ckoud Mr. Leach to the That to which 1 refer ds an At the time there was a Htage the day for tho fulfillm-sn- t of thia by it, and more particularly all of its worked by th'S eanw man. old house mcar Itockbrldga .Lower Hous', and that wva also church line batwclon Bardatown and Frinnk-for- t, devout punpoaoi (Tenant fomins, conBtetting of rights, property and franchises of ev our State S'iniator. whidi lma a history dosening of and this liouso was the iinlncl-p- al "Our country has been signally (favery character cad dlaoription iwhowo to 100 aero all formed by It w2s ibullt (by Gccrela Motlher-shea- d stopping place. Oflten beni.aitih Us ored in many ways., of Tho round situated, including its exchange and tenants. 61me preivious to (the yi.ar vianerable rceif rested same Gov. Powxsll, the tEteasons has broueiht Farmers Institute Program. riah hhnxsts, switch hoard Ohio WOMEN DO THE WORK . at Hartford, 1780, and though "Time, ith.3 tomb RWen' C1,,arlsi Our lndusinals have itjbrlven 'far ' Tuesday morniing Nov. 11, County, Kentucky, and 28 miles of Tlw women do all the work builder," has garnered civjry Othtt' and a host of othtfr giants yoawl our domssUc aaads. too 10 a. ni C'aillvd no ond-j- r hy John. G. tnll line from Hartford to Qmeusboro. except dniving the ox teams. tJiidr conteniporaucous work of man in thvre ven giants in thOM tIon of our labor ane daily ifDnuling en- Prayer by Rdv.T.V. Joiner. Kentucky, with all telephone, lines wasus are about 25 ceaii'js day, whilj vicinity .as well as BUir. a tlw genyan'dons days," who then graced our legisla- larged markets ahrcad- - Wo. have B. Welcome addnj-J. Wllaon.n,i .. ronnr--w - tw.rwitih. tlw men gat 30 to CO cents. dived tli-that have como to existance, halL Mr. Hite occupM the old been free from tho curace , ...wM-.- ., of peatl1-onc- e, Itespanoe John G. iilalr., also Its line from Hartford to Center-tor- n Tho farmers keep their eoll up by and passed away beneath its moss-grow- ai place lvaan-lhalf a century hod dt famjeo and of "war. Our Blooiloai ito attend of dvlegntiU u-tho m, Ceralvo, A. B. TIchenoi's,Point feniulilzers of comnwrclal old raised a korgs family, most of whom national roof, yet it spancs tho counsels haye turtihered fhe promptly Pleasant, Island and Llvennore, with and manuiKs, Potash, wMch Statu Farnuer' lnstltuje now reiida to ttwonsboro, Ky., and cause of peace chief- houEo wlnioh yet B'a.nds Urm ais the is ia Qtiuor lands and tlw at 11 o'clook. all its Rifles and insrtjum tints connect- ly U33d,i3 sccunedfrom rtheiimnwrWde day it iwos built It pwns Ibullt in a in Indiana. spnllt Of bewivclcince have brought vs ' Tu.aday eoasion 1 p. m. ed square, thirty float each way, and Owo Nitheuwith; also 4ta lines from Hart posirts in itho Stassfurt saJiSsj into clopier touch wiith oth'er people, Boils Luelan Becknur. Poultry and ford trated are imported from Ohlli. Since and a half atonies high., Seen at a to Render, Williams Mines, Thanksgiving Proclamation. to tlw atTcnsthondng of the bonds of. Jis Proriu John G. Blair. Tobacco and Rockport, and all line tho introductilon of commercial fijrtil-Ur- s, distance it reminds onoof analdldmu fellowship and good will, link ub toj D. Fond. IVas J. A. Johnson. Far a iChldago, Oat 31. Prcsdd:it Taft . agricultural progress has bjcn castle or Originally it and Instruments connected therewith; Manngem-iu- t GenLuclan B ckw a: today lsu,ed his annual Thnnksgivdns our comraditS to tho unilvtrsfU hrotJier had 'but two rooms, onto above and also its lines from Hartford to Hor-to- n, wry raiuL hood of nations Strong la thu llugs eral dlscuiwian hy luaUtut.j. of Farm machinery is very crud, But one ,belaw. Just .think ofxlt. Nino, hun pixwlajnation, calling upon Rolsno and Horeo Branch, with J. P. Foster, Alfalifa and How to the UnMoti States ip eel (brate Thurs- sense of the rights of others, iwe Uvt well built andeffieiVnt. Such (machin- dred squaro feet of canpf'tirag to cover all its lini.s and instruments conniet-e- d Grow It John G. Blair, day, th,3 30th of Naveariber next las a la peace and harmony with Hihq world therewith; ahvolts lines fiom Hart ery is good enough for tlw Gmian, tho Xloor of a single family room but day Rich in the priceless poss'is-scoAWdnisday mornilmig eepalan, Nov. and i of Thanksgiving and prayer. Tha beKiuao many of tho tmnll tormina' then they didn't have carpohs in thoacn abundant reaource lWhx)with tho un- - ' 35, 10 n, in. Agricultutul Educatlan-Lucl- nn ford to Bxiver Dam, Prentts, Cromnoad UtM roachirkiry, as moat .work days. It is built ttf blue ash logs, and proclfliuai'don Jxxid as foUowit well, Select and Balaetown, and all stoked hounity of God has endowed n. Byckiwr. laiitto "W&ypa THE PROCLAJUTJON. is done by hand. has a chiianney at each end of enorus we are unsxiitSehly glad w1bM, Other Good Roads T. H. Balmaln. Its lints and instruments connectCjd No ftuimien in Germany lives on a mous size, bing twelve fo.t aoiosa "Thii .people of this land havlnhy pesoplis pass onward to pixwpertty Rostuiilng Fentility to .worn Soil by therewith; also its lin?3 from Beav- farm uni'.eas ha owns more tliaa 100 the top. Owe of them has two fire long sanotion and praotloe Biit, apart and peace. Thait the great pnJlvillieBCti Pjojkt Rotation, of Crops John 11. er Dam to Taylor Mines, mud aU its ucnoa. i places and the other four. Thene were toward tlw olose of e?ich passing wio enjoy may conAtoiuo.aflid Blair. N. lines and instruments conneoted therethat ;iacli IroUtioii of BUd-- '. All nosldfiicoa are all in small room, year a day oaj .which to ceasvi from ciMutnig year three froplaocs in tlw lower itxchangie may Taylor. Wwni-on tlw Farm Lu- - with; and all rlghts-of-wai- ', out coiunitry which luuaily contain cif CiWi (two In tlw upper and one In the tiieir labor and qsamiiblo for tlw mo?e ifitnmly ttabjished in ve Jvard dan noclctuvr. General discussion droj) boards and aparatus of every twicmty-flv- o to 100 lioues. lower Mtchenk tho last otaicd being purpose of aiving prajtea to Him wbD and clinracter and description connect! estxtin ,of; hy ia ti!ute. tea feet across. Tho whole iwus cover- is (the atithor ut the bltsasingH they tho prajiur Itlnfet our ftiljqw natiolis ia W)jdiivUiy nfi'ennoon sjm'oii l:t!0 with said teleiihone lines, and all oth should srias iurfery, ItStartled the World, , fastened, on with liavo enjoj-eded with shingles it is my duty as chief UMinkful,lieiL i When the astound-imHow to Improve Wlw.'it John er property of eald ttlephono company cJalnw iwena wooden, pins, as nails ..were a luxury O. Blair. Corn W. II. Rhoads. Clo of every character and description, first madia for Bucklen'a ArnkgM, not then dreamed of among Uuco'l-iafajt"Whrrefco-- 1, WilLUwn.Horftiwd Taftw ver and vfAvsr Iaguniiss Edgar Boohm whether real, personal P4"Hldttnt of th or mixed; but forty otcwb of.lwpndMrfui ouraa ' United Battel at llDano 14fo on tbtj Fkunu John G. Bla whether In action, which U mow owns have proved thtm triwindi rianji)Bre This ltoun feubeequofflUy ibecasne tfiie TRIED REMEDY America dwinftij'e Thursday , tho Value of Fannrs' Insfituv 11. sal-vithiNihith of Nav.inbier hu&Ljw ,a day. C. together with all the rights and It is now knofftn as on propeiity of the celobraded JudgM Hoi-njM. Barjiutt. General Ddtx'iteilon FOR HE GRIP. of Tihiawidv by equity of redemption of the defend- oarth for Burns, Bodla, Wlete, Sores, and praysr. and I Who occupied it until lib, yww W Iuatitutte. Anjily Oroliaid F. W. earnestly oJl "upon my wuntrymien. ants Rough River TeJephouo (Compa- Cuts, Brings, Sprains, SwKaidn; a. 1813, when he sold to- - Jc-ti- j 'BA IWte. k tie. Ollivaitloii of Com, Bowl Sel.c- - ny and John A. Armstrong, d upon bJ Chapod hand, and Feiur iSorys uiv emtlrantt dwll from Vingtlvda, and fbxg of our beloved mrt-- . fthgn'trt Uoa, Tkwtlng, uc. JoltiL G. Blair, each of them, Into said pramlsos.prop-ert- y anrf Piles. Ony 35c at all dug-glst- moved to the faitn now owned by m et in "Mr'niistrinMd Isoaa Under uufipicua of thj State rightB, assets and f ranahtek. of m Mr. TrlWe, on the Smlthficikl (jikd erf AgrlcuKure, wowfclp to jolR' te ofertiWprB.le to John G. HARRISON P. TAYLOR, Judge 'Hoynes died a Jv i)ut Alraigk'v God md Blair, oM) of our j)mfoaslonaJ Farm for Sale. . Special Commissioner U. 18. Circuit itaukq for, aCten wards atwl wes t tiis uwm rewiU tUscuts "Reatonlng fertll-ii- y e lovltug wxAws He Court Ht4 170 aores of Rough River 'ive to bottom quest brought bftck and buttled in tlw us." to worn out foil hy piiojier, notaland, All cleared and well Improved. jfrawj'd His the old lwuee. Ct-illir- n tion of croiw; cuUivaitdon of corn; Good residence, barns,, DuthuHdlags, family rwmewMd to Fort Waae, hid. Ow horns merebt cd aalcotdou, toatilitg, otc; how to iw His daualitsr nwnrlfd FOR FLETCHER'S wells, etc. IVrma reawnahla. .produo?, With iftaw Is Mads a teiprovo tlw .wheat crop; ioultry BreateMi, wnd one mM a st aecotni-pan- tl R. B. MARTIN. ixody liwrMt for his tnitt.jr and. icjotil. tiaw oand how to incronte; how to RJ Hamtford, Ky. iby her dauMicr, to r)oWv POtHtovta and upturn. Vaoji hoy ou the Xarjn; alfalfa and Our huffl I, trwebiwito .not Tor proHt, 1 A Burglar's Awful Deed. homvo We on tlie how to grow it; ia tide WoteUy. for Prior to 178-House Bvilt May not iim ly .i a hurw," &e. ao cojBtWe-l- y Aftor Mr. HkwUMMno fate pmmMoa nm product aa a iiio'hwr'a lo Jatfttan Bcknr, anbthir of our HlnJwLi BM Thf? teU M. fak iki y e old hopee th to lnpgs ipoms of will dtauuw, voUb, ai4eidtur-a- l Dr. Wbb Now, IM PMto ww . t&aa . (Kootaaky SUadMd.) ! . Were MyiAaA iabS six, Qui vhMAi du,aa,tiloi, Xartn uiftuujnt, wo-j- 4ld rwnody tor wobica. "'Itt RecogBBafaig tfewt ,wh bavu th Mtery yimhAxtmM rad.' ' ft4' oa. tbA hurax. m nwyljifc mt WW .woaiiwful .bwsR nnnntipaltnn of UOs, gMMtfm of b WU wrf . b TJUa vkul rkto Miii ttolrW kaAu la I TU'a will e two m4om iWly; aBd JwvAo teojWv," f,;HU Mjw. M, wwr-tktr tb Mum hlatoi4asysar M a. . iw4 1 p. . . Daa'X Ml to V. Dtuw, Bf IjwMI,Tm,v ail. mgifHM SMtMAjJNtWh: Um.vHK.h- - 1 t l 1,1 .'' ' c tryiJJwB. ) mm, ,(WHw.Hii,tWKtri ,9, rV ferlrB Hartford Republican. Iika and get'so-Mi- yw nm outer. Jlwf-banl- s, I You'll I I Ram-jailo- Tu-jsd- ' Land ' Ri"'tlt .... ffMffi Mm'MKkWBm mSBm l 9-WmmU- jmkL HpRf 1 i ' k. right m tt I I I I I I K 0vercoat Tic-nor- MU'-ks-- nr Ruini-emm- wk JKBHi HTjPWHP FmSkmWBmmW- I 1 wBKMKtwilmmmm . -- ibo-JS- , I I I I greatest nWmyrmwXm I fMiM h I ISsKPy riMSS I W0v right 7 k!" J 1 I I I (WPP W ft I d Our Boys' and Children's Overcoats a just nlne-iUniUi- O'R-xir'i- EVERYTHING tho $Ifr,50 to $25. $10 to $22.50 al s-i- i. $10 to 22.50. $2 to $10 con-dtiio- y deft-ndants- , IE. P. Barnes St Bro., I Beaver Dam, Kentucky. The Home of Hart, Schaffner Marx Clothes. to-vit- I y ,oin-quart- er ra-ooi- Oca-djo- i. I s im vi w- e e uft.-rnoo- n Mc-Hen- ry blopk-Jiouae- Stje-ve- is, s-j- e g sj e Ec-aun- 4 f lht .4w fu B. kc-ture- ro, &ai Cry iar C ASTORIA tou ltf S9HKl:KLj km fr-iner- s1 ,i 9 Ke-mai- u, 1, Klty'rj&v w, jjjif i j3r 4 t9 h tOLUfl I s l4j jlu. ioMiv. ..u,5Jr- - WTT WErW ejtf SENSIBLE SHOE TALK ' No nonsense, but plain;, matter-of-fatalk we want to make to you about our FIRST. ct tf Big Shoe Stock. T?8f Siyte26 "Mercedes" Toe neat stylish button shoe for oung men s evening or near. A ery imirt and A semi-dress Ws carry no Shoes in our stock which wo cannot conscientiously to our trade. lec-omme- nd Smallhcwi whom ho hp.HHj wtaraoswid wjt, cm Dr, C. Ham B d.odi Ha wa .buricid Jiftfj iMonlay, vpM Iwki Ttwsdmy to vcrv Duooj, Mis? Jrion!io McCowolI, of Mrt.v Mr. una Tito1 littW.' itni Saturday John W. TayCr' WdUnieiou Jy 111. t pasxdd tlirxlu.gh Snvillhciu&cf nrioute for Iholr horro, frcnu a visit Mr Sun IjmrcJi, iuute 3, Bawr to her ibraiJuTH, Dr. amd iltra uMcDaw- plea-tarcall, Wed-- n Dam, raid uj a II. of Central Oltyi Mtay. n itunncd Mrs. Itobvrt Ilun'.icr htw Mr. A. It. Carton returned to Lrautaj frcm a jwo waits visit to Iiirdaush-Lu- r, vi'lta W.dr.day.aior spending a day; M,ra. J. S. Trunnll, at Utlca. fcl at . JKBTKJ. wlUi J Mra. Sarah Gro.r to stnylrg .Mrs. Hibocah TCchonor, vsho foil from "Aacex" thi Jiuw CorMsj-Ctoon- j Annex a lott wcoritly, and ,waa badly hurt, Collar at Barnard &, ceo or more. bu Is b-r. Mrs. Julia Wlthrow Is nit tho Thcco $12.50 Ooait SultB are ewll- "BSllyf of h,ar tlaughtor, Mrs. Don'U lng fact at Barnard ,& Co's. ' Fulla Ton ot Olettton. wait ,tcp tons. .Mr. J33 Klnrt-'o- y iwcn't to Island, Mr. J. wl Maddox, a raarclianjt of a Ky., today. ae Reryr.ol!s, paid this olix.cn a of Mrs; Salllo Dralco is a eirst Ky.f nmo,,j ii r x SAVED! Exclaims nearly every one oi u& bod-sW- kj t J. our customers as he pockets the change after purchasing his Fall. Suit. Do Yon T. 4 ptjatant call yesterday. & SECOND. Wo recommoml for dies' and children's wenr our Priesmeyer and Patrician Shoes;none better. In- Buy from Bairrnnrdi Don't darail 'Co. Wunderlmo for all the Him- .1 .ly, luciudung the baby. Ftowora for giiPs or funeral pur- -j poses, quickly djhvanod. BARNARD" New, & CO. spotty Caps far 3 THIRD. for We recumhiend men and boys' wear ou Korrect Shape GuaranShoes. teed Burro-JaMade onv snappy last and wear like iron. Buy a pair and you will wear no other. p Just In Mr. shot. Q. Fortiinari wai here' this week fom Butler, Ky., to rate amd vfejt his ran mitts, Mr-'iMra. L. P. FoMrcan. nd ' Frank iby oxiprosa. curls men? t fe' BARNARD CO. lwr rtouslitcr, Jlrs. Will Nlckola at S n li CarnoHton. Mrs. Matt!o Ited has nburoad f ram una Mra. a visit to nor oaugir-iar- , .Mill r, at Mdnio'Jte, Mo., Mrs.. P. B. Taylor and eon John Ros Taylor, of Han'ifond, Ky., wore gU'jsts of Mr. amd" Mrs. C. IgUicart, 3oonly. Itev. Watrcii, Ojriontawin.pir ochl his flrat resui'ar oarrecn at Biuailty church lant third Sunday. Want to Save Money, Sir? l"Korrec!JSPg The "Burrojaps" label hown stitched into the lining of ilia shoe aboc can be found only In "Korrect Shape." It is worth looking for, because If leather In shoes bearing this label breaks through before the first sole is worn through )ou can liavo a new pair free. Tor half a century Burt iz Packard's name has meant 'perfect fitting shoes." The Sears and Yellow Leaf. ar-Tho fopai3 about Hcrfofd Mr. Wm. II. R infnaw, of Dundee, andftwri-- 1 now arrayicd in tii&v mocit Etrlla.'ns was tho Ewxt of B. F. Dean dress. Ttero Is baotiy on vry sld.v ily, cf East Hartford FOURTH. No doubt you have been buying Shoes that It's are unsatisfactory. time for a change. Come, let us show you our stock, and if our Shoes do not come up to your expectation, don't buy. We will only thank you for the opportunity of showing them to jou. BUY A PAIR TO-DA- V The Burt & Packard Co. I BROCKTON, Slater. MASS. Jim his week. Mr. ar.d Mrs. E. M. Woodward loft this wool; for Louisville, where Mra. Woodward will tako treatment in the Jewish Hospital. Hon, It. B. Martin ato.udcd hto banqurjt at Loulsvlllo Wedni oday, on which occasion Pii.eildjnt TatftMas the guest of honor. If you should not iget a catalog of our Xmas Goods, ask for on We want you to &it one. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO., incorpora'ed. 17tf , Mr.. ConacT Ford, who Is teaching school at Seven Hills, Owonsboro, vis- it d his parents, Don't forget this and Remember it Pays to , Trade With a House That Saves You Money. Coupons Given With Every Purchase.'sCr I1 U,.S..Ofirottf - Judo-jlB?an ijoturntld Sunday The Clothiers. a tao we;jKs worn. So resumes of Lwulsvlll, visited Ms Xathorjudgo Tro-'in Qwpnfiboro, R. R. WodrJiIng Shis wp3ok. r- $ and Mr. and Mra. A. R. ltnifrow K ?80.00 per Tnontih straight ealary DuL ana expenses, to man wiUi rag, to in otdld'ini v.'sltol Mr. and Mrs. Tom elf Sunnytfulo, Sunday. . troduce our Poultry Itamixlk-s- . Don't of vProI, O. L. Shu'itz atwl .wiife, bmisBnidsj. ou Tnioain anawier untesa Dam, visitod Mr .,1. T. Shultz All kinds of printing done at The Eureka Poultry Food JUfg. Ot. (Incor- Beaer and family, Saturday and Sunday. porated,) East St. Louds, 111. Republican office, Dr. W. L. Lajwlaca was in Ow.ins-bor- o Mrs. E.J. Huaon has been quite The Thomas Monumential Works ot Sunday. . 111 for S3vcmal days. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 Hartford, by AttorJiajV Heavnln Mrs. Ona Whito .wtis In Fordsvlfie Nviw Sinimons ICld Glovus, giuar-anto- Woodward, filed a p.itetijon la olun- - Mondjiy , ,..)- tary lankrurrtcy In FVjdoral Count at iMr. E. O. Klrby iwenit to atttowl a iby Bannard & Co. T A UllnolsCentralRallroad- - Time ". Qwensbaro last Thursday. Liabilities m.e'lng of tiho Board-o- t of Control Miss Anna J. Patton mias We carry the best line of Groceries and Shelf Hardware-iTablo. about $1,000 and assets ailout ?C0O Green Riwr Tobacco ComiiKimy, in OW'Emidboro this wolt. s At Beaver Dam Ky Mrs .Gent4e Hatcher, of Dians-ille- , tho country. We make it a specialty of giving you betMaster B.Tny Dudley Walker is all SK. R W. Tlnsluy, at Lexdngiton, vli , wieieik. tlies this wouk lor ho bos rKoJlved Ind., aiTiied Sunday to be tho gu.-a- l on lied his paremtis h!no this ter values for less money than you are able to get elsewhere-Com- e Bill of ner .paivnto, Mr. and Mrs. Eva s lo such liinwn Lace for 5c "word from tie Curtis Publishing Co., Powers, a. fiew days KoulM BoniKl. and inspect our goods and let us quoto you tho lowNorth Boiiuit. that ho has won thkj $7 liriza monjy No.l21du11.85.ni, a yard, at Barnard & Co? Hardly!1 No.lSJdue1 :C5a m. Is est cash prices. See us before buying L.l'it'10 Miis Myrtle PiJity, Uunid.-ooffored for eaUIng tiio Satunday Erven-te- g your Shells, and reNo. 101 doe 5:48 p.m. Ho,12Jduel2: S8p.m. Rev. C. F. Hartford, of Alltmsvllle, No. 131 due 6 45 p. m Pest, and has bciai named as spending the wek wltli luar grtand-iiia- r O.103 da48 p. ru. MJatordlny. place is the member the Ky., paid this of&oa a call t(he Btatie Champion PotA boy. Th.j eats, Mr. and ,Mrs. B. P. Pwty. & FOR SAliE One wtoII broke bird little fello,w is n dandy husitliir and Mrs. Joanna Woaseley, Cuneyvllle, DAN KING, is vlsltlinig nMaitivus Heivj. ti. H. & E. Railroad Time Table dog. In Hartford has a large lkt of Hantford. Ky. 14tf ' Mr. and Mrs. Willllo Gralhiani tvialt-c- d at Hartford, Ky. Mrs Sm'jth,. of FoixIsMllIrtJ Saturday paid, Mr. NW Itflinan, of Heflln. Monday Mary had a lititle lamlb, its duoce L. && N. tlmo card clfectlve Tlluo mon.unleiit is ceiupoawl of a siugUj cello. The Rwiwhllcan a pkasant eall "Wtidae was whilitw os snow; St stiuyod ojway and Sunday. Aug. 21st Jas. Madlsoai's ramalna rist at ,tli' block of Italian marble. fit No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. day. one day, fwjwre lambs ,bould raavor Memphis Lady Writes. b.nutiful spot on tin oW Oatc Abraliam Lluooln Jtid in Brtehtoni your ihqme with Jwawtl- - go. And Mary tut iu.tr qrudioWly dav,n dally except Sunday. Momphle, Tenn. Mrs. Emma D. osUuto, incar Orange, Va. Ridge oemivtery, Springfield, ill., ful winter iWooamlng FIowkats. and (tears stnuomed ifram her ejxsf slw .Bound due 3:40 p. m. i No. 114 North In a aircopluugu3 of iwhitemai' Janu Monrnu's ibody ntpoaus In BARNARD & CO. "I sufnievier fcuml (the Iamb bocautio ate did Looney, of Memphis, writes: dally except Sunday. Hollywood o mwtvny. Vingiulo, on an bk Tlie moruuineiit is a givat plki ofi worry with that Cough, but not adwortlse. And Many ,r hod a fered misery for nearly eight years. Don't m. No. 115 South Bound duo S:45 a. biinuitiiful mianble granite and bronze. umlinancd comunandlnig u. and brotbcT John who krpt a village stone; get a .battle of FoUty'e Honey Since taking Oardul, I aim much stron. view of Richmond and the dally except Sunday. J.uniies Andiiow Joluiibun's grave is on u Compouud ait OWo CounltyDms he eat him down and anuukied a iidpO, Tar No. 13 South Bound due 1:46 p m. ICtf and waitohed the open door. And as er, and I haven't missed a single meal River. Above ithe body is a ihuo iblock con-had eniim mc, half a nillofrom Co. , dally except Sunday. a express my ot polUlied Virginia One avtlU?, .Tenn. Tlie nionuinent ta Duy Floral Decorations from Bar the people passed along and did not I .hardly know how to H. E. MISCHKB Agt. bimeic or gituiuu an of lnarble, b?au'Jfally onianinitiod. a cofUn-bhape- u u Don't vnsny about your & Co., ngowts tor TtupsjcoittB, Ow- - a'pp to ibuy.John Btillrait and amoked graifcude." nard wMoh ano ibrajtii iplatus aulltaibly The body of Joints A. Gartflwld lias ensboru. Thoy deliver quicktp- - tban his Jaw and Winked his ekujiy eyes. Bymiptoms Cardul goo3 deeper down. i And bo tjhe Hlierltf eloaad liim out, buri bocui placjd iu a tomb at ClcivclomL any other florists. What you need Is strength. Strength Andrew Jnekaon iwaa Iburdexl in the Ohio. Typewriter paper la all grades, type still he lingered mnxnind. iMarycanio will enable you to ithrow off female corner uf ithe gandai of Uhe iHririniilraHo to drop with hilm a uympatlhetlc Ldar. General Grant is ,buai!ed in Now writer ribbons and carbon paper for etatiar, can you tell, why troubles and will prevent the headach eleven nilkoj from Naahiill(o. The tomb York City in a aplendid mausoleum The Republican Haw Is it, sale all the time at elgbUwa fiKt lit lliiin(j'j(irur erectf-.)! all the.r backache, dizziness and other symptoi Is about by lmU'jlc fcubsorlptlon. Ttw 44tf. other nuirchanits here, office. rounded by fluted columns ami sur- oasluot Is la plain viiuw goods ao readily and thrhe from your and by It Hta Mr. Roy C. Bemmitt, of Iejalnston, to year-- RenwmberlDg hlur awm bad that you now suffer from. Cardul mount! ?d by nn unn. It is tilso Una iwnuUiLs of Mrs. Grant. 0 ithls lucl; hto little maid rvpllus: "Tlufe helj jou get it. vtelted hte ipaneni'Js jimhit1 Kronca by magnolia U'Oes. fc Haya wois bunlled In his native let n in other f.Uic(B gat tihicrv, Johm, bccauan wMk, and called on hk Cnlenda Martin Van iBuren 'was Ibunlod at in Ohio, The co'Jc.'ge freshtneii arj nfaw be- and Harrison, at Indianapolis, Hantfond, Slanday. they advaiase." infiiiEKlirig on Ito Klmdonhoolt, Tlio moriurn'onrti 'is la jilaln Ins luued for Ind. you have not ibought any of our If elusive nlsht of the uthkn- pJaissea to granilte shaft fiftsan feet l'tlgli. MoKmlwy reats In a mausoleum at doeo nlcxt time Attention, Stockholders! be fiih. Have just received a large Candy, eupose you.U'e rtnki. OillO John Tylers ibody Uea wltliin tun you want caaady. All stookihotdurs in tha In Canton, Ohio, errxited iby pqijular ' Harftford yards of that tf James Mbiirpu line of COUNTY DRUG CO., Inconponar'ed. Sxileotod. l TobtQcco Warehoum ara henqby requiost oemetfry, Richmond, His im ib Mr. Alfred lludon and Utile Bon, (d to JWojl t the court houae. Hant-for- d, FOR FLETCHER'S gr,iive is marked (by no oircmuniju!t;biit at Kclfar, Oktehoina., are htiro WwdjuBday, Nov. 16, Are You a Woman floiw-er- a. Ky., to of Is surrouiwX'd by magnolias and ' , the .bedside of Mr. Hudken'a jndtihis-- transact busbnisB Baltimore, Md. Mrs. W. H. Ison, at , . - ".,11,1 Mrs, E. J. Hudson, who le critically J. R. WELLER, PivB. James K. Polk lies In tho pnlvnto 1410 Basrti Madison street writes, "Fox Where Presidents are Buried. AmmUfll- - III. X. -i TMrnmi-a. IORDr Sx'y. grounds of ithe famdlly In Naah1llb, several years, I suffered, off and on UttHKe WaihinBtoinla 'body is lust- Tenn. ' Inn't Capt and MrC 8. K. Qox Inteiwl to The snot is marked 'byaMime-bton- e ait, Mount Ver-noing iki tho ibrlck vaulft SMALLH0US i : monuuvjnt with Doric columns. from womanly troublte, uutll finally leave olxKiMy for a vdslt witjh, IjMr JH leAvw to In a marble coffin. Mrs. M. P. Aladdox Mra A. v,And respectfully ask you to (UuaMm, Cox WihKe,V,ufConxJta owl day for a wedka visit to rWhVivt in JcSin Adams was iburiod to a vttult Zaohary Taylor was bunUU In C'avo I was iaWca dowu and could do nothOJii'K'join, Mary1 Mrs. Hill cemeteiy, IiOusMllle. The body ing. Tho iKtins I axtriencod, Istell buqiowth Uie Unitarian church nifj Quln-oand occur GeoOurfqwnj call and see the largeet Mo. t removed to FlranWort, never foirget. I lott weight until I to called hi wltth large was Tho tomb Mi. Mas HumtKT, qf Gjrftlvo,and and beet line of Shot where a sultablo monument was to be was only ekln and bones. I bollovo bto itarumU, Btlwl Hun&s- have returned from a blocks of Mr. 'J. W. Malta .vteltcid d gnatiMe. dlaUu-gulahMr., and Mra. T. S. Marto, gtwUuriday vitafc to rulaitlWH and f rlefute at I tort U,' j I would bo in my gravo If I liau nrK Guns ever in John Quncy Adaniia Uea In the Maine eivctod conmvimorattlve . of Ills s.)iivloos. U Momday Sufwtey. for fiord. Mt, aad In vauM, by the Wo of his fnpwr. tried Cardul." Are jou like Mrs. Ison Hartford. Jgmtomi Kwtaeky, wtum ba la Cdvii t tie, R. P. BnitiW uwl ftwivUyhavy the churoh wbove, on (i!jter eddo of Millard FUhwotio's remains 'lie iu tiiti wealc and discouraged, because ot WatneAr iivtl4 coaMtmaUoa of a vuw mcneA to ,Ca4wBtwnp, Kyi, rwherethflr yie pulyitt, taWetw of cloui mairble. beautiful Purest Lawn cemottiry at some painful ntlruentT Cardul wilt . .. raUmad. Buffalo, and bis grave surmounted help you. Try It today. Any drug.-B- lst ton Mr. Arnold B.(a't will atteud tch jwnineuwUd .by a tavft,,. and I,, .!.! uiAtagia by a lofty uhafit ot Sco.Ms.li .granite. wtlh the fainikter AooJ.. lad to sell you it will bo Mr. QbarJai L. Thy lor, who t FrankUn Pierce was buried la Con-cor- bottle. viaWiBg of the only ttat&lw cmi xa tbut irer 6 mkad t BqwUwK Urw, Mr. Cox, of Bear Pwntto, te N. II., cemetery, and 'bis grave hW tie blbetit oMic bx w gtft vm luqe atardiM)r b4 Mondayi dUv-eit- e Mr. OriuaOo Cbx wA awiHy, le- marked by a ananble moaurneut Ail at Ataoraaan at the ApKwIe&n iwopie. 4 cwiularmiMiit vt InM. Um Iw Mr Jmb a , Thomtui 'JiKra& Mcvte a small, Jaawfc Buebanwi'a ixaualus lie In GKOCEKiMAP ;,' .wtMrd httmam(meL ju'SvUM HaaiW' wwWig. &a ted bwn FOR FLETCHERS a of tke Woodwrd 'Hill twaatery aft Iin-umte- r, wtw 'AtoAas 'tor mtprwtMTMrtmn qvwty kwmi4wi Tj(NMI Nwta' Tnwi'a4 L lt- t.itCi.- IMS V L W" I1" .- -. t MWKl-- t ", asfomy. vuU Pa..'4b' ,, , ,. ,M MT Wr yr 4&&lS a Mr. and Mats. this wook, rofaiming Tuesday. NARROWS. Hartfcrd Camp No. 202 Woodmen of the World is making grtJat pnopara Mosdamicy and Jeninio Moaeljay dons for on a'aborato supper on the Laura CanUir are visiy&g thio formei's last Saturday might in NQV'ombsr. mother In iButl:r county. Mr. Mctoiln Smiltih and wife, ot Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffin, of Clw- Banracks, Mo., ano'viaitlng rel onshoro, waro cf Mr. and i 13 Eerving Mra. Byron Dean, of route 1, last atives hem Mr. wraek. bis fourth enUiitmicait in (jho U. S. Jef-Csrs- on Uw-gucSn-iU- ore and it Is ricitoly varied. TlhtMM thoro whem only epntng pUnswsbut they are aily Ea'Jafiod. Thcni there Is 'but one eoleir, gnyrc, and now itihiervj lc of Nature Is seen the off.-c- t bruEh, and it "lands ftho charm of varlofy and noe'jty and blenid:d buauty Indeed. At such a lime it was 'that Bryant in his imanortal "Thana-topsiadvised all to "go fonMi into Nature's the cpm air and list to baioWngs." Nciw i3 (ibo time (o go, just the bleaker days tihat are near at hand como wiUJi iHfrr "walling winds and m.adorwa hnowin and sear," marking the poet's melancholy D. Ford days, the ttwldeat of .tho yxur. poly-cliiros" Very well; then compare our 4 $10, $12 and $15 Suits with the suits other stores offer for the same money. Don't compare the 4 prices, as prices mean riothing but compare the Suit. If you find our $12 Suits as good as other clothiers' $15 dollar suits, you make a saving, don't you? Well, try it and see-fo- r if you do, we believe you will come here and buy your suit, put the change in your pocket and shout f Just like the rest our patrons. Investigate. Remember the word; investigate. "SAVED" of 4? Carson Incorporated. Si Co. Mr. Gregory AVloddSnc. who nanro Army. Miss S3mts Um AxttKin-FlishfTabaQco Co., HARTFORD,KY. Hartford Republican. COME TO GROCERY HARTFORD COMPANY jd For the Best of Everything in our Line. , -- , HARTFORD GROCERY COMPANY. i Guns! Guns! d D-1- mb-serlptl- Children Cry IloJlj-wortu- Shot Guns, Rifles fiuns. CASTORI A H 4i ShIls. EtC. - .it y. subs-vjuen- - rpufitli-Xaoa- J ud m JPrices the Lowest. m,n ng d, D-1- mt, Children Cry ;P-f- l "Wt - T CASTORI A "1 WWrEOrJ.' FUS. A Reliable PBeW lliH SB1 esaaWsa M J Use)) esse m tfML TI7 K? - ""see 'SPVAyndicotcd ydVcrll5iRS5crvicc inirno Ok0"iii - r i x.'wmm--a 0!" Supplied by The C'EZlMMERMANCO. Chicago- to lo oral of tiwao advGntlswnoii.'.B will bo eocm at HJio top of th's malumn. de.itf.ually oaUcod t Ills storo to above Tlw ndverliEcnionis slionvn mand goods that tfo'V iwver tliough have- reoivcl many tusWmonilailsfnxm thoy wanted ilwtoro. It is a twnparoJtirvttJy cttSy matter experts. For insinny, Wm. II. Ukors, nmd nilllod 'to soil a woman or man goods wOwn Prosidioint of tlw Groo-myou liavo ithem In your store and can Trades Frees AssociaUon of Amwiuca lay Ui-- wnrlja rcght in front of UitiM. (a combinajtiou of tho entire Anioi'l-ca- n Groovy TraAi Pnosa) and wditoi' In such a casa much anoro than of tlw e OXIng ojets has already of tjho Ttn and Coxrc TxadVj Journal, boon occompHshcd by tlw pamlng of Now York, wnites: "J consider your adivieif Is pnanltl Uio your customer to tho ajrk. Even best I liavo &SJn in n. ilone tiniit"' then a sateman who can got big Chicago, e, Tho IUiallors' Journal, in this slono is clasued as and his salary, no nw1wr ho,w writios: "We believe tho samples of your large, ds considered a raasonafblo nanit us nrm the bvwt vm many caios, clunp-- y and, in have cr.ior soen." spent, from After cixprt'saionB fliko thee To cause a customer to havo a det long Jives sire rto coots to our store, fulicro no men whp hava amongst tho iiivul of advertising tihat desire cxisfed bafori., tioquihvs lias built Xoirtunk.8 for th eluvwd user Such of a higih ordi-jrmaKaj ww eusiticimnsi jbuUcLi tlio local merchant who neglocta thi your ibusinicMs and laijis, tn Ehort, tho oppontuniWiy nttw otfoivd him to obta n foundation of ypur forltunp3. (No re- aprao of Rlwao success making announao- tail business cif mod rmionfcscan mnKo manits lis missing tho chamcu of his a. groat success wiitliout such ealosman lifetime. ship wiMiout, dn oUiier nvonds, Uw Tlie lodltorof (Wspapvrwill'bo.glt.xd proper uUlizaiUan of spaoa in your to supply further particulars of uhij local nawspaper. ConttidtMlcig tho ro- - syndlcato whose ppcicimfn aids adorn top of this fcotamn and I ndviso suits this kind of yon early application as only ono of Ihesu tain is tho bk&t and chvca-s- t s.'ni!oei3 mill to supplied ,to och aiaro can (buy. i This iffio!nt use of spam in your I keeper in his oin town. locaJ nowFjiapeT has ibwjn called solws- - stata of 0ilOi TolodoT" jnanshlp on paper. If you fill (tho Lucas County. ss. space M!i forot,rul matter Wwt wlllj J chcnfy nnJB on,h' hnt cwato amotion, cauao oonoUou. and hw Js j parUW. of Uml of bring results, you have an nrldUfon. p J chwiey & to iurfll038 vt,nir fnivLi Ihii AN ADVERTISEMENT IS YOUR CHEAPEST cases cspixmlly to suit go designed Tho ohanoas are that if you nto almost nny o'oro in n opuirtry litto jours. Tflio survioasnro oupplW of town, tit tlw prcaeait tinK', and toll in a a into cO)lpr- wMJt accompanying cheapest storeko-iia-tba: his lite adVjQrtlsojnwit In tho pli,to cnsravlnigB, ono for ttioh woli salesman is local tt'iwepaper lwwnll laugh at you In ilho jw, at pries ranging trcon lie will laugh becaufo hio dpfls not ono dollar par wool: up. Many of .know what salesmanship an cans. Jt (dice advcntils'invjnlts liavo hojn c!aad Is tho nwrp showing of his gowte to by ttuthoritiB as equal to tfw bai any customer itluit has the good luck that hanw mado snoojisto for the big to conns into Ms ntone, according to city dijparJjnen't 01cto3 and nnU!?nal Tils lights. Ho not ivaliw that advortlsersv Jtijduc.d fnciimntea or amfluty-two adWfli-os-nvorA3 SALESMAN lo-.- s it is nosajblo for cnstciriKirs wiimM, bat Th rhera Pretty Ma f Another Paint ef View. I bare n warm spot In my Wirt for the life Aawrtcnn mtrirtOM, says a writer in the. New fork TMegnipti. utl leaue of regular attaftdftace for' years at some of the moat fa mow clinics in this ami other, cities J have been a witness of flteir unadrarttaed clmrl-Ile- a acts of mercy and ktadaoaa which were never lieard of outside the walla of the hospitals they hener by their services. I knew a wealthy man wbOM daughter was suddenly stricken aad vhose life was saved by the attending surgeon. Ills fee was $25,000. Straight-wa- y the father emitted a wall. "It's robbery," he said. Tho sur geon stood firm. "'our daughter's life is worth $25,-00- 0 to you," ho countered. There was no denial. "Well, this fee means that I can operate on fifty persons without any chrirge, and if you don't like It you can force mo to sue, but 1 will get it without n suit or you will stand n lot of publicity." ' And ho got tho mouey without recourse to n court of lnw. It is safo to mark it down when you see n story of some great surgeon who has charged a high fee that there aro many of his patients enjoying good health and relief from pain because he charged them nothing at all. THE CLANRICARDE PLAQUE. Remedy CATARRH S2ril8Alr!l Okla emaar 2?.imt Ely's Cmn Balm Mm IMM kl 0nej It eftanVi, iootltcx, hrAlf and protects tho dht - if mom. btotifj om f Cai rb, and driu nviMy n Cotil u Ui II.1 quIcLiy. Jtc. V.o-- o tho Seuca o t vj.-iut- - A Famoua Specimen of the Sixteenth y Century Goldsmith's Art. One of the greatest cinqucccnto Jewels in the world is the Clanrlcardc 3 mliw-terut- hs re-su- ite hlgu-grad- sp-mi- fcake-mansli- jj) Balfjs-mams- I i plaque, owned by Lord Clanrlcarde, who is known as the "hermit peer" and who claims direct descent from the kings of Connaugbtj lie guards with jealous care this precious example of the goldsmith's art, keeping it safo from possible thieves and the common gazo in a bank vault, to which he goes occasionally with great secrecy to feast his eyes upon its magnificence. Some years ago, by royal request, ho lent It to an art exhibition In London, where it was admired and coveted by some of the greatest connoisseurs of Europe. The huge disk is as delicately wrought as a spider's web and repre- We tend FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief sents the figure of Hercules wielding for lung trouble, coughs, paint in chest, and that a diamond sword. The sword blade run down feeling. (Mcati'oa this paper.) is composed of a mass of perfectly OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY . . matched steel white stones, and a su- Box 95 COLUMBUS, OHIO perb blue diamond scintillates from the hilt The present owner inherited it from his mother, who was a Miss Canning before her marriage to the Irish lord, and the plaque lspractlcally priceless. Aside from its value to collectors and its worth as a specimen of rare and exquisite art It is incrusted with a fortune in jewels. New York HAJITTORD, KT. b. Xaown aa hJa prottmkm i cenvanaa first Man-da- y Will tWf In February and oontlnuea three and wafotiilike; eourtttVa, OormsreM weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks and OriWiiMU Vmoth a Spactalry. second Monday In June, three weeks; third Monday in Octoeer two weak. II AY i County Ctmrt.-- R. TiS'ij ntiil Hmcll. Tull slza CO cti. ntDntaR. Weddta, 0. M.Jwira' gluts or bymnll. In lupUl form, 75 cents. W. 8. Timtey, Clerk, C. M, Smkh, At- 0. M. HiaNSTT .ly Urithers, GG 'Worreii Strwt, New York. torney, HartferU. Court convenes Utet BARNETT SMITH,' Monday In each toenth. ' Quarterly Quarterly Ceart Begins on tha fourth Monday in February. May, f August ami November. Court of Claims Convene first TuesHARTFORD, - KY. day In Januiry and first Tuesday in uciooer. H ill praotiee their profeseton In aH Ue Other County Offleerr C. S. Moxfley, -Surveyor, K. V. V. courts of Ohio and adjoining 001 Fortlsville, Ky No. 2; Bernard Felix .Assessor, Hartand Court Appeals. &p U at' ford, Ky ft, F. D. No. 2; Henry leach, tenttan given toof all buelnr e,.traete4 Superintendent, Dr. A. li. Hartford; to their oare. Colleetlons ahu the Prae-tle-e ftiiey. Coroner, Hartford. of Criminal and Real Batata . J JUSTICES' COURTS. Specialties. Offlee la Republican I illeV ' D. S. Cliamberlalp, Hartford, Tuesday Ing. ' after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after Jrd Monday In September, Tuesday after MERRIAM WEBSTER? THE 3rd Monday In December. L. O. K. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after Beeaasa It is a NEW CKEA-pecaa3rd Monday In Junt, Wednesday after q 00Terinsr every 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday Held of the world's thought, after 3rd Monday In December. action and culture. Tho only John H. Miles, llockport, Friday after HARTFORD, - KY. bow unabridged dictionary tat Jrd Monday In March. Friday after jnany years. v& 3rd Monday In Juno, Friday after 3rd Will practice his profession la Otil Monday in September, Friday after 3rd defines over 400,000 Became Monday In December, and adjoining counties and In tho Court IVords; moro than ever J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday 01 Appeals. Criminal practice and Col beforo appeared between two covers, ajoo Vages. 6oo'o Ilter 3rd Monday In Juno, Saturday after lections a Specialty. Office in the Bom 3rd Monday In September, Saturday af- aid building. lustrations. ra ter 3rd Monday In December. OBly dtotlonnry M. C. 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K0n.J"Ph, Hfn- -, ft May:UFriday,raf?cyr WHITE fa tpKlnta of nnr ttillti ptff. MERRIAM CO.. FMuWr. SrriasfKU, I Um.M C JOHN D. WILSON CHAS. M.CnOWH K(atIcaUdjpaprlnMtnnLEIaMtfpecUtmpi. I HArtTFOHD POLICE COURT. e a JfT- -r a Lon Black. Court Trustoa Jury Iff, Hartford. T. Btrkket. Clrautf. Ceort--T: Sen D, Rtnao, Attorney; W. P. HMMtt, Jailer; a. O. Bkithm, Clerk T. U llx, Maatar Oommlalonar; It. T. Cotstaa, -- Otto ' Ce Martin SA "uBdj T. M.i Depuile- -. Black.' Attorney at Ltiw rotto '"' J' f ' y PEVER - ' L f Attorneys at La.it, - Webster's New International Dictionary FRANK sa Attorney a,t Law, FELIX, 1 ' I " 'e " Attokney at Law ;2 a"r t A CONSUMPTIONKoTr? Attorney; Bam Itlley Marshal; Court ,n can month, rVii "E Williams, Mayor; nSff111!?; - K- Sfar M8;.Cie,r,Sox. Treaai S!:"TTO V.!' nesdav pastor. SZ- Will practice their profession in all IJamatt. the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun and Dr. B. B. Pendleton. ties, and In tho Court of Appeals. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Special attention given to criminal . M. E. fhllrnr, 3nt.lv. o evo?yfir7t anTTh.rdSun? practice and to collections. Office oa or.d .v.tag .,.. aay mnmh i,n,i... a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednoa- - Main St., opposite Court House. C. M. Crowe 5K?jiOfeAWS.: x.. -- 7 f,, r,"' F WILSON & CROWE LAWYRRS HARTFORD, - KY. w.0OSHJeedla,SP".jvi.chairman; ...., ucuciurjr, j. c.. SunlfrJ'S? Sthrmi ?" ?,h"rc!l-sA"- ,c. ci'of Pl'CSS. Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and Thene ds a little danger from a coldi reliability nearlv 40 vears. Sold In nearlv CTcry city and town In the United States and exa.ipt from an afttaak of the grip Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than Send for free catalogue. any other nuke. wifn followed by jinivjumoniia, and ibhisi McCALL'S MAGAZINE never happens when Chamberlain' subscribers than any other fashion More magazine million a month. Invaluable. LatCough Remedy, ds us-d- . This JXiniidy est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, 'I plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdressing, has won Ita groat reputation and exetiquette, rood stories, etc. Only CO cents a year (worth double), including a Irce pattern. tensive sale by its remarkable cures Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. of colds and gripand can be relied WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue upon with Implicit cojiHdence. For and new cash prise offers. Address m sale by all druggists. 23S to 2tS W. J.th SL. NEW YORK TOE McCALL CO- noitor P m- jnk McCALL PATTERNS ayraay Church each c.p. ,"UV " -"" every fourth ' "' EJder ' wSunday Sf Wright P- - J6 "runer. J. NEY FOSTER Notary. Public ' HARTFORD, KY. Matters Given Prompt Attention. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A SPECIALTY. All S. ,n- - B- - Services - -- 'Zfws A: M., Ohio County SECRET SOCIETIES. meet. in fvti tm'.ia fin.dlif I bo caikd tho lwst jironuxtwr on Stato aforiusaid, and tliatsald firm staff. Tlio lvssults that nro ob'ained will pay tho sum of OXE HUNDRED from this mKeimanilif'p duptinid on tho' DOLLARS ifor aoh and evKjnjr. casa of soiling ability usd. But no mait'j-Catarrh that cannot bo cuticd by the wihat resiilts ano Ob'oini d, tlw quaJity : of saleamani'lu'.p noaesnuy ds much use uf Hall's Catirah Cure.CHENEY! FRANK J. nequirvjd STcaiier than .that uwidu Sworn to bou'ore m)e aind subscribed tlw wtjorc. in jmy juvsjnee, this Oth day of Dii- TJio big maill-ordreckhouses on tliat itluy must yay so much mon- comber, A. D. 18. A.W. GLEASON, ey for ovory inquiry tli-gt. The (SEAL) Notary Public amount of this sum is naceiritalniid by Hall's Catarrh Cimo Is taken inter dividing all the moniiy epont on adver tiaing and soiling lltK'raii.inlj by tho nally, and acts dirocUy, on the mucous number of kuters n.cciv,ad in answr surfaces of tho sjst on. Send far free. to tlio HiniM. Iflils reHera to InqtiiaTii.s F. J, CHENEY & CO., only. Not ovry lnqu'Jior boimMS a Tolwdo.,; 0. customer. Tho socuiiinig or aa'-ucustomers coats nione. The moiu-- that Sold by all drugg'sts, 75c. Tnko Hall's Family Pills for constiiipa-tlolias to be spjnit to gqt ono Hiew . by ithosa conoorais would an ... in tho local retailer. It Is usaial-J- y For palnB in tho sWo or thest damnot K'ss timn tlia amount epenA on pen a pl.wo of flanw-- J tvith Ciiainibar-lain- 's seiTOral wwte' advontislng by (the aver Liiuianont and bind it cmur itho age local fetorokoejRT. Tho nit of tlw iiobu ThLiro is nofJiiing on paper that is to A. m do all this is tho finoit thait can bolter, For snio by al) dritgls. be gut for monuy and it is con&Idaivd Things That Make Up Life. cheap at (tho enormous prico paid for Opportunities aro the fuel of life it bjcauso it Is ongagod In building u ability is the match which kindles it' bbj mail order bustoiss aIUi ijw and will power Is the fan which keeps mafjivltxh the flames alive. Tho local jxitaller can apply a n Tho trusits must ixtillsj thai tho from this to hlms.'lf. If tlioso on jnoil ordiiiliouffos sp;nd so much jnon-- y buslnwss worjd ds n ipubllc way ito Hv?t ono naw cua'onvr, why which ovmrjorw has a right to kiss should a rki'aller not niako an effort without 'moloijtatdofl, nut a ifoncod-ln- v i in tho tnmo dirootion? A11iy should clovor patch. i. bo not adapt tlno sanw moans of His Preference. Hausnianslp on jxaipor? If Bobby went visiting lie can bring oven oiw nijw customer with his mother and, unexpectedly X a woJt to his stono,witli an oxpondltur remaining over night, was obliged to that i3 many times bolaw wliat a wear his cousin Kate's nightgown. mail order lious a hikwI en much mon- - The next morning bo said tearfully: dng the sanw results, it is ,onh "Mamma, before I'll wear n nlri' wiiile paying olosar attention to hiss uc n'sbtie again, 111 sleep raw." liar-oeaeful method of salllne. df li n veTB weekly. iafkience mono than one customer, and It would bo ioor local nowsiupor adverting iiuVd itiiat couUl aiat do 4tett, lw would bo accomplhMng far BucVU' "Full of Life" Northern Grows moro tliail tlw mall ondttf houses iwith' rtdicrrnl herds luve a rtmilMiou of 38 years ol i?"? iJr highly iiaM iu.lllir nv,,Ht A,i B" ! "iL"Cl ro,n -UWud -3 UM ""- UIUf StatoMblc Spcclalllu&i a bualnnwa man, he could congiatu BHtANS . .. .. Jase biinsoVf on a good invosCnwnt He rjriieii kcu vainmne , li w Buhtl Kciucce Kxlra Karly J3.J5 Buthvl ould say to hlmsojf that he had in fewWringl. 0nPo.l , JjjoKumI Wardwell' Imp. Kidney Wax li vi HvihtX Uw cheaneat mlos--sa- n M advontls.-meWavli New White Wax . . 14,73 ttutb! on liis force. Cunle's Kut 1'rool Wax . 94 jo Sim4i1 PBA8 M. of coure, not always) posaibki ExtraEarly Alatka . . . IjjoBwfcel io got til Hlnong, convincing selling )loford' Markrt Garden . Uw osakter In your newspaper muce. You Kuckbec'a Llfihlninc Eiixm J.oo r not iw abla yourself wt wrko UUuc. Uk. Toawto a4 a full lia al x PkBU ami Buttx Send it asd you may sat Jiave any local yow for completeand wat tewctt ktw1ca BrtwM. cttaleiue or autwk Htt si Mquetc Hm ielfmeta jMrpon to iwhom jou can UiriL But ,4tet';uel jwt detw you. aieno are xc X0W ob (M amrket oae or Irwa aBdd-4- 4 ajdvuslMBf Mrvtow VM4, arte r ! y tus-tom- er n. mm los-aoFive-year-ol- d flf ,? .v.V"J ?'," Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. rv. r o......, .n,snt M OTTOC.MA11T1N meets nwro iii In each mn-7- h' -- The Hartford Republican Business Bulling Bureau IS your business sick? Do you think you should more trade? Is there anything worrying you have in connection with the growth of your business? 'l tro-bl- e. Tlnsiey; 4'crota0rB ",S" rr,estj ana fourth Monday even! L&..Min?: A:A"d"son. W.M. Miss .... .. Atlfrll T7I..A T nJ "" "". unights or rythias, meets w: P, McKENNEY S. PC?1 of Martin & McKemiey Hartford, Ky. !SSevCTryrf,t' ani' third Thurediy """vr, vommanuer; li. p. i oreman, Record Keeper. Hartford Tint it IT""' "B every C' - TJn Tuesday night. X Ney K W V r m .. ". General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK S.JnS?". "r,s:..A"y Record KaeparT I Sunshlnn Ttltn Nn it t meets every first and third Treati. Acmfl ... mI?trpV,.crBn? Jo'ners local No. 18S1, Nolf IffnSi Ur?"? .""ftf '" eah ntonth'.., -- S SaA.40U W""tUrana & JU. BSrnett Secretary. "'e -- , Tndn-- 13 vuk u. j, t ". i n m -- - Sl"in.lIdy Lady .uuce, aec- and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. WE HAVE THE REMEDY We have retained the services locally of the greatest retail and bank advertising expert in this country, Dundas Hendehson, and now put his services at your disposal free of all cost and iiwo ltector,lba,aChem- $ hStiSrSRn Xdii. Hflrlfnrrl rmr without condition of any kind. Write out an account of your whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to this office. We will "pass the letter on to Mr. Henderson and you will receive from him ina few days a solution of your difficulties the same kind of solution that has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself. may be that a new style of advertising will make a difference in your business. Possibly a certain kind of advertising folder that has brought success to- others is what you need. - ,r"" fS?.irlMm.1IOr?,y A. v.Hiiucrj j. Electric Ssss: Bitters o. iss, imp. order Red - - A' & 1ate. Chief "Ttr of ..MssiMniB ?.8i .No. each month. oaiurtiay , G. A. .R.. Deroro j. Ash; iiogera. 'Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and fernala weakneaaea they are the supreme remedy, aa thousands have testified. It Some scheme of a novel kind that will bring the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. 3. of E- National Office'rs: Presldent-j-M- . F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. mp' la ' dlanaVoils: Ind. k FOR KIDNEYLIVER AND STOMACH TROUasLl to the best medicine ever seed over a druggists counter. A particular method of window dressing may be what.will bring you the success you lank. Special-salesmanship Your competitors may be worrying you and you may want a knowledge of the latest method of fighting them. You may need help in getting in your bad debts a few hints can be given that have materi- ally helped others but of t Treas 'v""'"v"' Oa;aniier;0era8r Wttrren f. n'v A"en(, "eilry..?.ounty! - t' II. t President.' "c"" Ilnk.,n r.T H niaie unlearn: "' IToma,n Carro11 county, Pros. . uwy vice county, eec.- county. State SEEDS VSPECIALOF VJUSeto Bathwo. aH4 Wtw SEEDS t -- -.f- Pto t How to conduct a special sale, madesuceeein similiar circumor sales, may poseibly by the stances may be indicated in shortest way out of your woryour business. ries. is, send the fullest particulars of your troubles But whatever it to this department and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE that has This costs you'wothing and may' help you to make a foitune nt Write today i uiuo vuuniy uriicers: ?; U SiSvf,s' IrM- - Beaver Dam.Ky. "ewy PIrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford. Treas., Hartford, ky. COUNTY BOARD OF HDUCATION. Henry Leaoh. Chairman. Hartford, Ky. 1. 1. S Tlohonnf """ U.rA..I u cm No. b7 :. K. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3, M. 8. Patterson, Olftton, Ky. , B. L. Alford, WhM Run. Ky. 5. Rioiiard Plumer, Taylor kkes.Ky. 0. J. L. Brown, Kookport. Ky, i- - "uu'"" organTxers.' Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War- C; M; Baroett, Ohio fSn a0?1 ty; A. 11. Brooks,, Bracken county; counR, J. Muhlenberg county. """ ."d "al 'Bl' t- wvaomrimmmtocc KSji J lisi?ieTX.i33tiXiSS BfiM Cmimxtiam t--4ty I Wtttw .... 1 SEND Btowwt iimai m MllnMse 4 1 efaAAarAasfBAlApfBrVWWVWVWWW Mn CENTS B iMarasttTS, saxn&i lbtaleaal . ..'- -. I s $ i, Further particulars of our offer may be obtained on application to this ollice. All communications absolutely confidential-a- d drew SJ, THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, r.. H. W. BUOKBCE Hartford. Ktniucky. iassssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss U For Sale 10 AND DEriNDCD.Bn4mxM,l Mnu for. imriaiMrrhftii.irfTQ report, I , haw to obUfes tMents. trad. mj upjllfM,.-- . IN ALL COUNTKira. I If asktogto taut l!mt fmHuftt Jfrerl rsfest CARBOLIC ACID. ; FEED THE HUNGRY. Real Estate! CO Acres of the tineat Rough, rlvoi bottom tend located three' mile wow of Hartford. About 20 aorea In cultl vation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for 1 1,360. lit) MM Mm, wr VMM hrfifm(rt WrMormuloiiiU Practlcs CxolutTnly. Mat rstnt WMBimniBi P. c. Otto, I jyjnjra i EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' We hare 460 acres of floe bokoBi land ftrbm one and a halt to two miles of Hartford, part of It wit timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the same tract Terms easy, A now ono and one-ha- lf storr frame building with five rooms and large rocptleon hall, built out of tho beet sclectctl material. Situated on Clay and Fccdrlca Btreots, Hartford, Ky. Lot G0S205 feet Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Good nine room two ' CoPYniQHTS &C. jinynno wen twig a Metcn ana aoacrir timi mat aafeMr MeeftttMi onr ontnlnn fro wfi tnvMttna to rrofcnhlr nutpntnhin v itntniinlB. . . . .. juiKa iTfOi www ranuuiTOB on Patrnts lent free. OMeK teener for necm-inu- r patents. v 'rnm Trade Marks nroinNa nostra V Ahsmdsofflslr lllnrtnaed jreetlr. Ireest clr. cetetlon of n sclenUflo journal. Terms, $3 a Jjjfl fnjrRiontbMi. Sold ball newadMlers. WM OOce, W DU Washington. 1). Co.8"" New York Branch F 0. t 5 Subscribe fur The Republican $1.00 per year. In Centerlown. tern, good cellar, never falling .well of water, good etablo and other out buildings, ono acre lot of eround. A Uplpndld location for family residence and hotel, price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. story dwelllne Ky.. has Eood cis Peetillar Elfeet Pure Aleehal Has n J Thl Irritsiit Paiscn. " One of tbu lnbst troqueiit Irritant used for suicidal purposes Is carbolic add, aiiil a more ngontalng death could not be selected. Why any one should select till poison it la bard to understand unless on account of the fact that it Is cheap and' easily obtainable. This form of poisoning can usually bo easily recognized by the odor, which Is well known, and by the white burns or marks on tho 11ns and mouth, which are typical of carbolic acid poisoning. Send for the nearest physician, and In the meantime, as carbolic acid kills quickly, the first aid treatment must bo prompt Ih order to get results. If possible cause the patient to vomit by giving an emetic, such ns Ipecac or salt and water, a tablespoonful to a pint of wnrm water; This, however, frequently falls to work on nccotint of tho Irritated condition of tho mucous mcinbrano of tlio stomach. Ono of tho best chemical antidotes is op- som salt In solution. Another good chemical antidote Is alcohol, tho only trouble with this remedy being that It cannot bo given In a pure form. It has to he diluted with wnter and for that reason loses Its efficacy. Just exactly why alcohol counteracts tho effect of carbolic acid Is not known, but If, for Instance, carbolic acid Is splashed on the hands and they nro at onco Immersed In absolute alcohol there will bo no resulting burn. Dr. II. II. nnrtung in National Magazine., ' ROUTED THE SINGER. "Vlion Christ fed the multitude, We Give Awav The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in Plain .. Pnrfli.li ni ......,,. .,,,,.,,,.,wu, k. Tl v, D! ciwi, t s.y ft K,,.,.t w. fa.4!lnA STfMrtllfiA.t t,j it, f Chief Coniultintt Phvaiclan tn lh InvalM.' Hntol a.H ?,- ,MM.t ttioal InaliftifA nf rtniCdln. n KrwiL- nt l((Sl 1... . uw.,.. v. ww BU.JV v.. . 0. .. a. mrr 7IW) StlxalratinMa fr, Btmnrf mmhm Mn..A , U9 UIIU stamps to cover cost of mailing only, or, in French Cloth binding for 31 itamot Over 680,000 copies of Uiis complete Family Doctor IJook were sold in cloth bmdinf! at redular price of $1.50. Afterwards, one and a half million copies wcro tfiven away as above A new, revised edition is now ready for roailmii. Better send NOW, before all are gone. Address WoLn' Dis- rBNSARV Mcdical Association It. V. Pierce, M. D President, Buffalo, N. Y. you know, he did not give any s. lecture or precede it with lioml-ltlcHe just fed the hungry, jjou remember. I think that Is very significant, and i believe that when people are In need they should bo lifted out of their condition. Mrs. Russell Sage. f V, Absolutely Free of Cost i. ......, ... im THE COMMONPLACE. wo sigh. A commonplace life, wo say, and Dut why should wo sigh as wo say? Tho commonplace sun in tho commonplace sky Makes up tho commonplaco day. The moon and tho stars nro commonplaco things, Tho flower that blooms and tho bird that sings, Dut sad wcro tho world and dark " our lot If tho flowers failed and tho sun shono not, And God, who sees each scpa- rato soul, I Out of commonplaco lives makes his beautiful whole. Susan Coolldgc. 1 DR. THE ONE REMEDY for woman's peculiar ailments good cnoutfk that its makers ore not afraid to print on its outside wrapper its .every ingredient. No Secrets No Deception. THE ONE REMEDY for women which contains no alcohol and no drugs. Mado from native medicinal forest roots of habit-formin- rinuCE'S KAVOUITI3 PRESCRIPTION g well established curativo value. GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned s Pressed Proprietors ACTIONS. 4TI10 world desires to know what a man can do, not what ho i WATCH YOUR 6 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK knows. Bobkcr T. Washington. Let us bo such as help tho llfo of tho future. Zoroaster. ?, POSITIONS GUARANTEED for our graduates. As Boon as we got the required number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So write at onco for particulars. GUARANTEE position lr need WE will us real Boon. Weyou a many more you at onco to supply the enormous demand ono. w. sontnnn! . rmnoiiMi. BUSINESS COIilEGE iKcoHromirio ESTAnttanitD 1804 --Li LOTJISVIEilVE. KY. fr -- W. X" WANTED-- A is RIDER AGENT and district t us ride and exhibit Onr agents everywhere at IHtACHTOWl ZZtV"tJK"ttrtuuUrtandil'Kulofftratnct. nurau.ltlKr.uwHIl) unul you receive nd approve of your bicycle. to anyone, anywhere In the U. b. vntheiit cent dttosil advance, In i frtirkt. an allow XKN IJAYS' FICEK TI A L diuinc whith time jou may irttar bicjxle an thi put it to any test t7uiTiih', " ou are ,1'cn not perfectly satisfied nde do not wish or I' Keep tne Dicycie '" " our expense ana will not He ml one cent. ide bic Wiihl flS prices and remartaile sfecat tffcrt to rider ugent. iuumi.1. BE ASTQMISIIED wh5" pur superb our beautifulthecatalogues Modr models at mndtrfu at behind your bicjcle, UO AOX V .1 bicycle ora pairof tires from-awany rice until you receive ojr caUlosrues and learn our unheard of fatter "ive I Vaam I I kW J 111WWW UUUUIC Ll.P o5r ' -IHCJYfil.R' IKA1. IlltS. vnn " ..II .,.. I.WI.. ..'.J.. ..... "'"" """ """ "-- "" JL. t.ricr 6rd fi ha rrT.'3iv An KKCOND ltmvm.Kq. w m.i..i t..H4t- - ..m-- j "tuuallr lave a number on hand taltn in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear Bpromptly at prices ranrinc from Sa to S8 or ISIO. Descriptive barcam lists mailed free. Irn'anyotheria. hand rjzxsr ""'"" l..j Mt.. l.' 01. .' '" 1 I 7 I Tosti's Encounter With a Persistent and Peppery Stranger. "Tosti used to tell an amusing little story of feminine persistence," says Ilnrold Simpson la his book, "A Century of English Ballads." It was during one of hU busiest mornings, with a long list of singing lessons to be got through, that a knock came at the door of Tosti's flat Ills vitlet was 111, and so Tosti went to the door himself. X lady, a stranger to him, stood on tho threshold. " 'Slgnor Tosti?' she Inquired. "Tosti bowed. " 'Oh,' said the lndy, 'I am singing your song. "My Memories," at Manchester tonight, and I want you to kindly run through It with me.' " 'Madame,' answered Tosti politely, but firmly, 'I fear It Is impossible. I liavo two pupils with mo uow, and n third is waiting In tho anteroom, while others will shortly be arrlviug.' " 'But you must!' tho lady persisted. ! nTii lirwrntt rPrtofl hmuiii nrnln citrv uv. J. wa. tint bwiij .'lolcut rallied into Urn studio. i. t .1 itrr.t .t nA """ iu..uuu. hub wg. '"i- - u long argument which threatened to heated, the lady snapped out: II- - T ..I -- I ' .1. ; x B"uu ,ue i tlinnl' .. t ,1.1 rn.i t.i,i i.n. uj ir..i .uuimuic, miu i,uiii, uiiuu(, uu 1. 'r am tannic ob"scd t0 Llfe Is a quarry out of which we are to mold and chisel and complete n character. Goethe. a man dies they who survlvo him ask what property ho has left behind. The angel who bends over tho dying man asks what good deeds ho has sent beforo him. From tho iWucn Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Blill). Y. M. C. A. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given IJLDG., Ky. HARTFORD, KY. , OBEY THE RULES. Yes, llfo is a game. Tho HEFLIN & CO., ,. rules of It have been made independently of me, but they nro absolute, and wo must obey tliem. These rules are tho laws of nature, the laws of health, tho laws of Intellect above all, Disobey tho laws of God. them and you mako life a misery and death a ruin. Frederic W. Pirst Class Centertown, Liveryr-nar- t - Kentucky, Prompt Attention and Good Service. T11A.NSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Farrar. ". t i When Lawyers Are Quiet. The renular retail trice Ono Georgo" Wilson, a lawyer, who IS JO teriatr. out to tnttoaucc we will bTjMI tiliycuasampietairlorttMHtasnuiwioriUrf'jii. had much litigation, in some of which MQ wittETHOBBLE FROM PUHCTQSES he wi's personally Interested us a party or as a trustee. Anally passed away, not let the IfHWaeks or Class willsold last year. Blr ouV Slitythoutand pairs and a short funeral sermon was de Over two hundred thousand pairs now In use. livered by a member of the bar in the Madcinnllslies.,ltlsllvely tez&ci?,K OeJCKPrOWf aaa aftmswmtfM waia asai aB'i presence or a few old personal menus. and easy riding, verydurabteandliacilinsldewlth . "SSSIbbbbM HT a special quality of rubber, which never becomes SBbHBBPBaBSSaBSaBSSBlBBr Tim Inwvpp told how tlio old man bad punctures without allow porous and which closes up small ' ingr theair to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis- en abused and maligned, but that in Sv" andh?unctu Bed customers stating that their tires haveonlybeen pumped and "i," also rim strip "ii ta(t, he had helped tho poor and un- Up once or twice ina whole season. They weigh no more than to prevent rim cutting, Tu, n ordinary tire, the puncture resistingqualuiesbeiuegiven tire will nntlnst any oth ionunato oneu auu was not a uau by' several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the mukn-SOl:l,UTIO an man. o per pair, uuiiur urea is treaa. inereguiarpnccoi mese S3aa iiiuuu. advertlsingpurposcwearemakinKaspecialfactorypriceto On returning from tho services an So per pair, ah oraers snipped same aay letter is receivea. we ship C O. D. o old Ihe rtder of only Si lawyer was asked by another lawspproval. You do not pay a cent until you ha e examined and found them strictly as representee 1.50 per pair) if jo yer about tho services and what was We will allow a cash llscount of 5 per tent (thereby making the price You run no risk send VUliI, CASH WITH OKDIIK and enclose this adtertlsemcut. The old lawyer replied, "For sending us an order 03 the tires may be returned at OUlt expense If for any reason they ar said. NIC wvue; Kill IU UUl BailSinClOry OH CXttUllIIUUUll. l(; tires,iAIUUll .w.iauv.U 'they will ride U, U .3 Miens 111 onco old George could not fllo a deeasier, run faste murrer you order a pair of these jou will find that bank. If or' motion to any of tho prowear better, last longer aud look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price, W Vnovr that you will bt so well phased that wlien you want a bicycle you will give us your orde ceedings which hud taken plnce." "We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer, Tho lawyer who made the Inquiry don't buyankind at any price until you send for a pain frtll Ml Mr WW ntfc&J TrriCO Hedgethorn Puncture-Proo- f Minlt above: or write for our bifr Tiretires on approval and trial replied, "Well, this must bo the flrst and Sundry Catalogue whfc time George did not movo for arrest f he snaflnl tntrnHnrtnrv nrice ousted -1 describes and quotes all makes and.. kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. ...... .m . .... ...n...... uut write in a postal louay. mi nui juiaivui iiuiiflu abicyc of judgment," Greeu Bag. au HUM wfMli or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderfi mttVW MtAIT .offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything, write It M)IV. Wagner as an Acrobat. Ferdinand Praeger related an inciCHICAGO, L. MEAD CYCLE C0HPANY,. dent of n visit to Wagner at his Swiss borne. Tho two mcu sat ono morning on on ottoman In tho drawing room talking over the events of tho years. Suddenly , Wagner, who was sixty years old, roso and stood on his head LUNGS nb CURE upon too ottoman. At tuut moment Waguera wlfo entered, tier surpriso and TRADCMARK8'Proinprl obuUned In eoantrle, or no rue, V obuia pat C N T3 ail and alarm caused her to run to her THAT PAY, s'ertl them thoroughly, at our expooso, mullielp yuu to success, husband, exclaiming, "Ah, Illchard, ,Snd ipcxltl photo or sketch for FREE rttwrt IUchurd!" Quickly recovering himself, on psUoUUlity, 0 years' practice. BUR. ho assured her that ho was sane and )'vr f re Uuld PASSING REFERENCES. Book on rrofltabls I'atrnU writs t to show that ho could stand 03-I0- S Seventh Street, wished head at sixty, which, was inoro on his WASHINGTON. D. C. than Ferdinand could do. of thcte tires i's 8 HEDGETHORN P8NCTURE-PR00- F CCI CMC II met TBDETC a sample 70 INTRODUCE, OM.Y MM. pair sil . JVM. 1 "Tlio lady" gave ono look fled." at him and YYYYtYYY'$XYYYYVY,H H 9 '&mmMi ,TiKH Zt LT. 1 - ui,. r Y Y Y Y Y SEND YOUR BOY TO H H MATHENEY & BATTS Yanderbilt Training School H H cm 1 Bit .. ...1 KILL th COUGH the w't I Dr. King's New Discovery THROAT AND LUN6 MW ALL TROUiLEt. OUAJtAlf T JtXD SATISFAGTOJttl ,0 xomnr bbfundkd. IIWViiai0G3 Miwey and Keep ia Style by Rwding McCall's Magazine and Using MeCall Fatteru WLW wccipn bvlu IW.SPCCIAL owwEwyRm bulbvLJ Vtm Ladies! Se wH you ,nMmi W w VH WW' '"" jM aW Sytt fMKtio!LiS'Jl3.M .,m, Sil JrHnaTCBMTIBSjnSB. H IBv m fJL ' A MCAILS HMMm Mrfr. M.i. ila. will bolp you Hj J?1gV7jJlito V WMss IsfkaK t. fw ay tUlfc VwfcMM jjlssiffaii tU$fgtAf I h I ,. .. um, bmImmbis ssiiK " nM. hmm mWIm E9inr ssu7iSiibiss iBBa aaHBBszfl aw . MWm ciuiUca and bus. 40 Nqw Jfaililpit Pftigiia )u sack l&suo. Akn lulnnUW InforiiMUkm on ill kmnn and sonat niatlcri, Ottly i Mai a ysr, a frco wltgrn, Subi. vilb twlay or vend MvkFr immmiMmmm3mmm fut (Hat Mjntl CUF. 9sCUi rHtM will suable you Muwivti In your owu buyte. w)thifrQarn liaitda I'loiulifur. U j sMHap rounwaf aud vatdic;i shiHi 1u Sly la ami tit. I'tK WmiA Bond IW flM Ps&n Cakstoanw, p cms W WN Cm Kajm ftr aeMlas; syW-rtM rintiooa sinohv $.urtl drt. rnni ( r free rreiBMHii i aunugau ann vsu rruo utfi r, e.peBsby koopluir you potted on, tka lauM faaliious tu Ueii stjrl-lsh- lf at a moderato Hiccough Cure. writes to us to tho effect that he has found hanging by tho hands with tho legs clear of the ground, the bands well apart and the breath held for say fifteen seconds, un infallible euro for hiccoughs. With children, hold them up off tho ground by both- - hands. Our correspondent states that he has never found this method to fall. London Globe. A A correspondent Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ELKTON, KY. A limited select school lor boys. 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. Extremely healthful location. $1,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OK COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Year Begins September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all commun, ications to Nineteenth Desk"4B' FOR BOYS n n n H H H ff H H X X A lr Prosaic, They began their honeymoon trip la the day coach. "Darling," he murmured, "I can see the coals of lore In .your eyea." "Them ain't coal), Joaatbau," she said; "thettrt elnders." St. l'aul Plo-im- r Prw. lli;f Ti wwuvmi.t33i,i0iiuLi;u9x'mt Charm! Imprewlorw. "What Um uaw of that man who teste! hard times so vitrofwwhr "Ok. vm won't bear aay awe of that Upm Has." raHl Mt Duetto ' u ttw ether sWe of tke Wkvt. 'Market uw.H H"HiWirtH Star. MATHENEY & BATTS. X X X X xhhhAAhhiihh', E&iB Araund h'Axlf n no 3cpk MUro, "The wbeal that the "Tm oaffct to icn yoor eiMok Af tocomotlre or the cartnrnn aunder and t'jer how TWU fcwi eti.rt,ar Vrtr long bait fermtly, Mr. Blnk," Mid n Ckki piw biatnrjr," aaya a writer in the from ntftlfcw, may m o r t bmnk; omvlorw to a dooltor wbmi ac- - Mallroad Van's MagaxlNe, "tmt the m to do grawt iHJtMtito?. Vfk f--l cwint wll up toward $100,OW a mjnrtery In still with us and whlrJs Ira ihat tho Oato of KoBtuoirjy M Imadrml ntteatloti niarka before ear fiatie-- i , IMs year. far beyond it d:4tiMn "cnUw umiHi m alMmtanH M "What's the natiar with that eye every minute of tbe day. pantfotttar. W critD .UeUflw (te-n I In my ifrkwlint bad, I Me, "Of courae etery mm twHerea that alwuM a check 7" asked ta cuetomar, eonnstOH. ftUmriw, of wfcjhf tbe jaafew hroat Mm the edge of tite waeVt gom ardaiHl d that, aa he thought, it sWuld be ra'tj3ed frooi fiurthtr MitlMrI At law DwjBltMiNf Wara on Mrw, he didn't know how te draw a axla. Bat does it? Take the eiid of Uou oipidplally v.:ri K fa a ay spoke aaar the tire or any fyrt of im i cheek. ism mpkto M fU upon th cxlatence ot "You rakraaderstarHl me," mM the the tire and oa a still,- windlees night SMent Yl0ia cran m Ma-f- p NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE DkMie far' rniov-a- l c teller. "The cheek's alt right. 1 was ftetea a candle to It; then baek off till from 4M perfeoe, the inht.woo and tho Mvxje referring to your signature. It 'Is Just nothing can be aeea but tha't easdla Wt I tetsti ny ehMMwuoM laawir: "Nlow I Jy me down to atona."' of Che wbt owijonify of iha tKoplo.. the bind that a fonrer takes dellrbt Same. , KciiAucky 1 copying. If you will allow me the r Let the wheel revolve slowly, free iaAy not a tewlaaa in Ixial onvlromncaiits, ovon nne ine he whVlpoonwUl The Family Circle. Sta(t U is not a Ite nrlvlleee of savlnz so. voulre liable to from the ground. The cnndle flame In bh,3 BouaaB of yoad Utiet; tbo oppcsW sx, and one fryfrujri&ly kes a circle of Are all right and people aie ivat ,recljs and .W. Bew meet with loss In lhat way at any boy goes to his businias nnd tuaoingly .th0 danotng ulll tlw rtoniaT.k, "I fwh I woro a es causs or mo pKmkjtnny ox aU. his buala ks bagina by alnnpiy osmaia time. Any good penman could imitate "wheelaround the axle. Now lower the boy, that I could havo somj fnaydom.' SnyJte ittila midnrtgliltSnMJody. t until it rests on tho ground and It so cleverly you'd hardly know the 4J3 fchinrjs ho is CaVl to do, and Tllils marks a critical iwrlod of ' start ahead. The flame suddenly stops a pfonaoa ccanra,KJted ki tko tvmot.3 difference yourself. jiTo.Tivan iiwy ba iuflktag Wdaw oxlTaondicary moun'aln couaf'jus, dtateig thani Jffla loommion mid ordlrciry iif.j. siw nietdd, young ladj-'moro "The plainer be slgnatriro the less ) o'S in a circle nnd begins to make .bj.-- n fn tfce vadly idark atM Aayp; I wbqt. If hio stops lucre, he rtontaliw all tJian lavilag nawspapor notorioty has bytoiM, wlsw anil likelihood there Is of a crook trying to a wavy line, first high and then low. jow I ibrentha In Jeans'" ar:v feB Hfo long a drudge. Hut df no around nothing at all - thorn, Tiheso oSfrjnsta all put togdtiji imitate it," he continued after the do- - Mt B coitn)l, and tho symnaithotlc companeaoranM-"Ijrray1 the, Lord, imy soul (tolesH-'- ' "Men with clear minds can perform B93 that budlnoss has n tAgnlCiauic posltor had become "In" lcmslilj) of a itnw friend; aaud there would nsit equal ulrtber In thmeo comniflttod or in nunitbir in nearly every big forfly of which I the experiment satisfactorily by tying xatt his life 13 not niTr ly sv).Mpins Is .no frimid ltko a inatlwr in r 'Mid iUic3 atans oim Ifaoe I Baa dayaround the stone,, mot nvr'ly wiping IrTuro, them ua'lnlng davotlon. Girls, till nuxny olrfjr ivntlans pf Ow coums'inji tn ever heard, or in many of was at a handkerchief this takes a tire inmathOno tlaa Savior called away light, but, to 'do keen TJiay ' ihavo merely that (bn least, the signature imitated lilig fioods; Jf lw b iglrt your motbjr3 of your hoivis and ambl a single jV3Rr. who e bJ3 Uw higher life Involved in ibus bions, and you arj (uitji crlaiiai to offenses icsvniotorilatic of a oerttetn of a man some wrote with a flourish or ematical imagination, because the eye tlothor, iwlio in irtfanoji o (prayp Taught my ib,by ildps peculiar type ot writing is confused by other moving objects Skete; it 1m ibegiln3 to aw Shad busl-ajs- s reo drvio advice wh'oh jpu can ncajpt sma'l o'lanKmt, nqt of the mass. fPho who had that ordinarily would appeal to the nnd is not able to see the handkerchief " ro"olts is u gruiti r lnaintiujii'. of benvltl-(dew- with profit ,and which fill Co yo moiiai aonco of ICdnrtiucky , lor swt3t spirit lsQyisns ni'pir Brw against .therm to a tsiteJit degree as laity as hard to imitate. It js a fact free from these other influences. that trade is clothing thous- good. "At night the candle flame alone can In iliie ianwiy tmounftaiin ibreftk. thnt It is a rare occurrence for a big t(f th cla'Jhco ands of mjii wlwno charity It Is only too true (ihat to refrain th-- maral sensi of any oithor jto-forger to nttompt to imitate the signa- be seen, so that Is perhaps the best Pake mo to bar, Savior ld9aa, union. Una, that agricultural and milting tfli,o ture of tho man who writes a plain time to try tho matter out. Tie a froni showing affeaticm. jnakfis "If I bliouid dlo ibefone.i iwako." Courior-Joutmncon hand. Ths Ijous,i1Uo nro fo:dlng thousands of men wiifie ndsorflblo. Slw dos not cans torch to a locomotive driver and then plains that the cas'iorn pness seizes 1hc engine .slowly back nnd forth ifrteda ton; df ho IxtgLns wrhnno charity "Not Ions ago I had occasion to tell send lainiter grows ithe flickering Ught) for WjauliitB or laviisli a,jtiontlon; she z coe how .tli 3 whito history of tho wnnAs tlio3 liVJj tokoas such as may uion avry oproroundty fto bring the a friend of mine he stood a chance .of while the observer is off some hundred Aa oach arabar-elQwidlea; t into direpute. having some forger get a good sized feet distant in tho dark. The torch 'JalniUvely .thn binds, of niht wojlil is linked togjUwr, and ds God's be Blvon wvn fa. a louils, which will nanw of Koutucky ultogeth-r- r tnue, but thMne check in on htm. My friend changed does not moyo in a circle. It simply way of building up humanity and ser pro ra liior husiband'is lovr. Wo wish Thla Is nrt , Fill 'tho air rwlth Etaditlonlng cnWs. goes ahead somewhat llko n flying maSag humanity as lie gwts this larger swim of the gsod tilling that earns Is rejvwitbxikss grounid for oomip'alnt. the style of his signature, nnd a few It is too 'much the casj, not only In days later he was asked by a bank to chine rising nnd falling in the wind, ivor me itjh sjem to cry: Itrar, and enter into it, tffe is onrich-- i in n am saving up to say concerning Inspect a check which had been' pre coming to a dead stop at its lowest mindsti-"You may noner anono w,ake." tuid ibocanvjs itself Ithe tliulr wivLB aifitor thy ane dtud could the oast hut in tho weat, and In tho sented for payment and to which hl point and going twice as fast as tho rovll, itluit newspapers loolt South as wfaanuby lavo Js onlansMd and jow I .Uep, "If I should die, engine when nt its highest point. be said raw. old style signature was attached, He hjsyond tlielr own lmmodtaitie' Ei Js strengthened, itlw school I pray thiee, Lord, my soul to toko." "The fact that tho Jjottom of an Have n bright boquat of flowers for had o linn god just In time. The forger th--a low objects at Satire far wrtiorviu ho is oduaatol out of and had been practicing on tbe old signa- engine wheel always stands still is xch room of your homo to ch ijt and crit!o'.fini and cond-.i- i nation. Ratter ture, gottlng it down 'pat,' and bad not more easy to learn than tho fact that .Now I lay mo down to slop; ex Into tho higher. brighten it and its inmates. I pray thoe,.Land,imyi soul .tolcaep, might follow oqual attention ascertained that the new signature the top of the wheel moves Just twlco raults Good breeding, lilw chardity ehould ns fast as the train,, but this can bo f I ehould di!o boiie I raaloo, to affairs nearer hamoj past was being used." Chicago News. The day is SSSn at homo. I (pray tho?, Lord,my eoul to.tnko.'" proved easily with a piece of board. ") Kontucky as a whob.lntts poli,ti!cal when children' usad to r!a3 "wtai Ithelr I "Take a piece of board, say, ten feet HCe, its sooial lire, in its ivllglous Hfo I&srcats onterod 413 room wftMne they CAMELS ARE VICIOUS. "I do not bollovo tluare Is any olhen long and lay one end on top of tbe Tor Infants and Children. will b.ur comparison Iwlth any of tlie uvure and aland until they had rcjoelvo wheel. Now move the engine forward aedlolmo so good for whooping, cough permlsaion to alt But the miatakB The Kind You Have Aiways Bought stor Stat3. It muat bo Judg.id' if They Have Numerous Dislikes, tho two feet nQil you will find that the '3 Obamb-arlaln'- f! Cough Iterueldy," Judged righteously, by its moral Is now made usually in lihia other Chief of Which Is Mam board 1ms gone ahead four feet, Just 'ills dis- twice ns far ns the engine. Lay down ifrltm fllns. Francis Turpln, Junction, Bears the oharaa'.er. So judge sXiroation In allowing small boys and iwo it A peculiarity of the camel Is Hty, Onegon. This remiedy Is alsoun; will be privileged 0 demand better likes. Likes he has none, save for tho tho board nnd tie two pieces of string spirts too much lloare-- to ifetunb tlw Signature For mimosa thorn and, perhaps, for dying. to the wheel, one nt tbe top and the lurpassod ar colds amd oroup. tpjaSni'tnt, not as a favor, (but as a JHJ2C3 of tho hous hatd,, Wo tiliinl; Ho hates red, and when, years ago, ntlmr nf fhn lisittntn vlinrA it- rncfo nn- - ale by all druggists. m ' right. , t&o beat way to train children in some genius of the British army the ground. Now run your engine forA Philosophy of'Life. ecartiTgy would be to obs.we toward equipped the snundrons of tho camel ward two feet nnd see what happens; Tho iprudont man suyxir rak6 up" Y Change of Heart. Msoni n Scrupulous ipll'iert-icSB- . Did it iV'ir ccur oocur "io you Uiat a corps with bright crimson saddles the The bottom string has moved forwnrd, his leaVes. Ifo aljaws the wind to isoukl so so far as to Bay tliat ww nun's llfo is full of cross s and SevierviUe, Tenn. "1 wver did be animals so resented the outrage that too, but not nearly so far ns has the ake tliom ovier on his nciighbox's s&ould in ako U. as mucli a no.'nt to conros into this wor.ld llevo lie in patent medicines," writes numbers of them gave up the ghost top piece of strjng. nlthough the ends lawn. ISsicn to children without 'mtemint-iis- c without 3ls cotiStjr.it and ho goies out were even at tho start." r Sirs. Martha Hown. of this .nlace. "un-- l m nuro uisgusc, thorn and to answer tlom sincere! of It against Ids miill, and the trip The camel always, of course, hates lli Cardul, and it cured me. sjmI naspoa'jfully as if ithy wvpio grown b itiWMJn man and sometimes displays his vinIs exceedingly rocky. The For six months, I could not do any- dlctiveuess In no uncertain manner. Plants Breaking Up an Island. ma. aiui iniiTeu, many of thou us rule of contraries is ono of the fea-tA The layman would scarcely assocfato thing. Is'aw I do all my housework, dignified nnd cldorly British ofllccr has mp. And, Inilojd, many of their wlaj, of tlie trip. and it don't tire me. Doctors failed, been seen to foot lt all round the camp great strength with so delicate and rjfaaiai tfiayings aro far tKftfJr worth dij is little, tho b'g WH fragile a thing ns maidenhair fern, Cflrdul Saved my Tho hcn- - In blue silk pajamas, with one slipper yet if its roots havo not sufficient aeBalns Ho than the Btero'jyuad com- - Idn him, when aW Is big tho little rwanplaacs ot Uie morulas callers. Of girls lctss hiin. If lie is pooi'jhc is a fit from taking Cardul Is not confin- - and a shaving brush, closely pursued room they will break the pot in which uoa-vcaraul by his own animal, with his long neck the plant grows. Blades of grass will ttxtBTx, to allow unintenruritodi cfliait bad manasK,-- if ho is nlch, ie is &i w ow parc ot luo stretched to the utmost nnd his savage orco the curbstones between which Ttar nould bo to eurxontlor (tine iwios dishonest. If lie noeds cnedit, Iw oaa imProves the whole womanly system. mouth much too near that sleeping f they pHnff p out of the,r placC( nnd ml in houaohold, but it is v,jry cas-- , gut it, if he is prosperous ovoiyona lt hel"s headache, hackache, falling in a single night a crop of small mush feelings, and female weakness. Try X& calblajn ane itlieins-ilwj- s ecrupulous-5- r wants rto ( a favor. fatigue party was summoned, who, rooms has been known fo lift a largo xwajxicitol, to fcoah tlii-jIn turn If h3 Js in politutH, It Is for graft; lt ll w,u help you- - Price ?1. D-wuu icicgranu poies. young trees, ran-- 1 stone iimeeu, pinius nro on rccoru ns " scrupulously to rvan-jo-t thi ponwm-Smnc- If he lsautof(pelltlc,s,hwii3 no good tb way ties and such cajoleries, prevailed having broken the hardest rocks. Tho T , 1 What is Your Family Worth. of others, and to lanow iwhcoi to his caunffly. if he dcesnu gi upon tuo beast to ilcslst. s to island of Aldubra, to the northwest of Calk aad when ito ibo Hllanlt As a mount tho camel, is said to Madngascnn Js becoming smaller charity, lie is a tllmgiy cuss;lf he does ir your family is Wealth itlie ibjatyou It js far show. If 'he Is actilvoly "What It shall bo vto do aioit lanow. aiftoi-in hause and food and possess distinct advantages.llis gait is through tiie" action of tho mangroves l.'glous, hois a h,paarlitw: aimv it sjiall com n',s cannot! itioll. he clothe, is it not won'ih tlw J3h rmd- - comfortable when one has learned to that grow along tho foot of the cliffs. if ride him, and for really long journeys, They eat their way into thg rock In W3ther it shall awn nis Ijhe old takes no initorcat in rcHgiiun, he is ' as w.U? And the host madinc which must perforce bo made nt a slow ali directions, anifTnto the gaps thus jnrojilmts tfiought "amid tho clash of handjaed aJnnwi-- . if he gvcsaf faction, bV-j-t for ibcos and girls, ibost pace, he ! much less tiring than a formed tho waves forco their way. lii3 Is a soft epjclman; df ho caivjotor ami rorMs or unuck of matVir," or as tho winuMs to 'be found in The horse. Besides, he carries with him all In time they will probably reduce the ' 3jmUo oaauto' of a .Miy morxuis to no on--- , hj Is coldblooded. U he dl.j3 Youtli's Comianlcn. manner of things the rider Is likely to island to pieces. Scientific American. Kyjinat sa-iDut U v.m come. It will .ount? tlinro wo3 a t futu:ie be- - , Of stories akxne Thj Conipa'rslcrt will need en route canvns buckets of water. 25 iast as cafy fur this .would to enil fere him; fl ho lhvs to an old age, piiat ntjairly '.M In 1012. Witih all In which bottles stand to cool; a writ "W Bathrooms In ParlsT'rt'l, am it va3 for It to bdgiin; and Ulierw lso miss id hts aWfar. the rust of itilw paiK- thrown in, and ing desk (not necessarily of the otflce It you saw'mon y, you'll a (grouch coum'jtns.'.iho glorious Umg frontal s':orh type), but still an elUclent substitute; a An observant English Journalist lu ia nnuch gnaiUir lwa-ofor lilio and-S- n Paris has as a hot amuse1 Ohaiv Uiene Is for tlu bglinujiii?. If you ftt, you;ro a laa.t-&- , thjy cosit itibe subscrllvr loi than a iluucheon basket, ritles, telescopes, a meat made a prlvato weather of bathcensus or fch's .woi'id niuat bo TSi'e It, you's a gnaGter, ir you e Tift apiixx.: MoneoT4i, you will look .mountain gun, if required, and other rooms. He calculates that Ju a J! tho rn.ihaaxj adjust td. Ilieno wnccicj is ir ou can't gut H, jmu'jv u bum, wig oeiore ycu will una utani-'- s o needful articles. flats nnd private houses of Paris thero srpaaoiuiwj triuicjhtiiiC iiuolqn jiwcr So .wha.'s thy us? varied find initrtroaUns stories oficool-n.es- 3 are about 2,800 bathrooms1. And this uoiaajonaUy victorious and unbl ohSsIi- Long Arrow Flights. In itlw faos or uarll, strange -writer, lying in his own bath and makThere was a marvelous archery feat ing another calculation, will bet a eH. jrintue nuisjudi 1 tiiwi nilauad na.vw Spit, Quit, Fit.' with civaturxs of the foralK mindly as Ju3 bun uluu b, (Jio (Inm The or performed some years ago by Sir bathful of water that he could get up Hines, Ala. In a letter from this est acid tlw sja, moving ataria lir-j'-s the Huks. ,.at and pitch a cricket ball from tho garratll conw nhm ifo" ecu will ibi iriuals place, Mrs. cbswuivj IvSolsons, tttoiiito bivteity Italph Payne Gallwey on,1.. ., ,,. . Eiila Mae Bradley tays: t mi. ci .uu(ui;i. ouuuuut; wuu u xuruisil den about his ' d mil Kjhi3 otlir d, niml Avh-i- ii flat this i usca to spit up all I eat I was wiluh eattd r.atu:)dd lmmar, quaint and bow, he covered a distance of 307 nud that over asmodest bathrooms. way . many ! nucuu juiu jauui. juBiace, ma'.igior-&m- b It cuniou3 ctoraQttT sketohr-ayards with his best arrow, thus break- is a curious My pluuto known to rfny lansu.is, tirod and sleepy nil the time. little difference of national Now is tlw .time to suhscniibo.for yof ing all records achieved Jicad ached, and, I could hardly drag in recent architecture. And tho qualntness of weeks lciU ha matod out to iU. will ixalvj froe from tho t'toue jiour times. This jwrformnnce, however, tho difference comes with the fact that Tl iieti s to exist anuong us around. Slcno taking Cardul, this has ?1.75 is jwcelved all tlie Jsaites for uho seems to have been exceeded with the -entirely quit, you see more people in London who feol ttal to hi jiolj-- to ouch cilliL-- r In Mrs. Bradley and now I from quite fit. wcwlts, of 1911, containing old national weapon of yew. Neade, look jes dirty than in Paris. Even suffered .nenvous uim op. fifto ftuni!"y oanoia la YuaXah (tad llkj lOi'Minter of llaliph D. a famous archer under Charles I., Jn jattins on airs. Tj tnuyt r,ild ouiiAil-m- k Indigestion. Cardul builds up tho Paiim'a giMj,t ioniwl atony ot the Box-o- r states that tho ordinary range of the the beggarand Paris is clean in face, finger nails clothes. London Chronnorvou system, and strengthens tho of fihia motion n"ld aut on Llw "Th'i Cross and ihi Drag bow was from 320 to 400 yards. Tho icle. Sgrrfcujlplo that nvli That's why an." And tiione is Uio gift qf Tlia longest shot authentically recorded iu ill dj (to aiiulw womanly co,bttutlon. iwr England is that of n secretary ou'ja.dj Cardul helped Mrs. .Bradley und why Companion eLr Jn'janaouraj liljaisuiOiir He Didn't Know. Calendar fcr 1912, "On Turkish embassy, who in 1704 of the would rival, in size,' shot, an 7 1 taandly circle, sJujuUI bo lironghi, it will help you. Try it. "I didn't expect any bettor treat- tha Nww Englaiul Coast," lltjaognatphei arrow 403 yards with the, wind and fi Sato u?o there .Wo should oraa mont than this," said the lady on tho the in ten colors and gold. Only $1.75 415,. against it in tbe presenco of An Injustice to Kentucky. pier scanthlngly to tho Inspector whom of any u:d owry.thiing that now for tlie 02 wwkly isuou, but on several members of tho Itoyul o And (C'hria.an Scilanco Monttun.) Ken tw iisjI 4o vudaui'.iiBNj In our Klully JaruaryJ, 1012, .tho subscription price society, who measured the dis- she suspected ot rudeness. "You can't the amount gets big-This aioiwauii)r has 'takou occaaloa will lw odvanoad ito J2.00. iivcncouiiae. tance nud preserved tho arrow. Pall make a silk pursd out of a sow's earl" "As to that I don't know, madam." s Mall Gazette. its 91 is no (exhibition or THE YOUTH'S COMPANION. ger daily, to mow i!an onoe to (j.vpri?ss said the inspector placidly. 'I do not of a too preval.-in- t dln03l- 144 Bnrkel.y St., lUton. Mass. "UtanJc jou," or 'ir you iftcHasfe." recall .any ruling of the treasury de each day brings hun- to cliaraotoriw coiiuminrit.infl jTSsooy initio courtosliea nro inidtaa'tlona tlon Now Subaci-iptlonThe Usual Motion. Itwcoivud at this partment on that point. If you are breds of new nit-To a Judge at St. Joseph, Mo., an bringing In uny af niiaora mit, and coai woJhlnig, Iflwy In a nai" lo convoy itlw Im. Office. of either you'd better old negro once applied for a marriage declare lriljp lo makw tlw wlwjls pf Ufa inoo themjiiid leave the classificat tomerjLg. license. It was not the province of tion to us." Harper's Weekly. zotuu emociihV. It ds nvtt llu otaiboruto the Judge to issue such a paper; but, aCfcsmjiits at iKlt-Tii.tsfor that itnua twn-ttl- ir H3PWfc '""J ,I Ji J'JBIBJI lUIULW knowing the applicant's history, he conslai. It Xs lu tho Hauiilo, The lland of Hongkong. particular people. m asked: Hongkong is an Island about eleven almost exiWHsfion of Mu BtaiiUlam fu ' 'Hphralm, were you ever married be" ," miles long, with a width of from one JaaaaaaaaaaawL. of the haant wlnU-we.ar is ' fore?" to three miles, and consists almost en&a rtlxj mulfaro of u'ii&nk fljwlfi-in"Jos', once, Jedge," was the, reply, ? They il '' t ' ' tirely of a series of hills. There Is a Onxmoa of wealth fuul ilufluki-oklld "Wasn't that enough?" aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaate good road around a portion of the Isntire xnA. stont With nay ci3h oajtal. 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