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The Hartford republican: November 17, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911111701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 17, 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. .GJ mt Fine Job. Work. , i Jtartfarft HejntWicmt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year No. 18 WINTER CAME SUDDENLY Radical Change VOL. XXIV. FARMERS HARTEORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1911. same Mm IUuMi TWwuw, stater of the bride, and Mr. K. II. OooiWlMJXt Miss Myrtle IMjfk Hitd Mr. fJoJm Render, following, eanw Uw brhit ami groom. The bridewiaWs and brlto paesing grocmMiinon UP the right aMe, tho and groom iaaBrg up ithe diott iimjU tag at (bh.3 altar, the twojwanteworva united Rev. If. P. Brown iP3aifcnmng the oerornony. The bride iworo a coat suit of dark blue oerse, ,whlfcj halt wwlvoil The' brldaunaJds wore tan eerlga with veAvet trimming. Thiey left knmedlfttwly for tho liomo of Ah 3 fwcom's parents, wharo a bounitlful .supper awaited them- The bride i3 the oldest daughter of rs- Tiohonor, of Can- ivsltLniaiwvui uai uajwuv Kliil uiu pllshod, lntlUeont and doaorvlnjr young lady. Whllo Mr. Goff is a I prcop.Tous young 'farmer, aniu incur many friends extend .d Dlnccr.Hi con- gratulaUons. y Tbo happy oaupto will laava on thJ 12:30 train for Owenciboro, and will bo at th Ir haino near Cbntsri'jawn INSTITUTE Held in Hartford for Two Days. Attwdancc ''I 4. dayxIat week for Mackoy Niabet & Co., and Bold a nice bill to Cooper Bros. Mr. Sherman Taylor, who Is PERSONAL MENTION. THE MAN AROUND TOWN. ;; If- - Fairly Good and Scientific Lectures Were'De- livered by Able Mea. Tbe Ohio County tuto met at tho court house lu Hart tord, Nor, 14, 1911. . ifj Tfeo house was called' to on"&"i 'Sohn O. Blair at ,10 o'clock.' E. C. Balrd was elected as president; Hen-1- 7 M. Pirtle, soorotory. , Farmer' instl- - ' jr to-da- was tho lostlom of dilosaics to att.md the Stafto Instttufra. Hasry M. RJrtlu was olooied as dalcgabe with C. N. Taylor, L. B. Tioheinar and- - J. D. Tsgntor as alternatea. Cr. Luoian Dxkncj: mait an instructive talk un the gcod uf the Farmons' Imjtituto. Mr. John G. BWr, 1. B. Tichc-no- ff InthtfasCilng and others made and inBtructiw; folks. Moved tliat the Slate officials' Instl-tut- o o have tho Farmeii to tnoat witih thio CmmlliyTtuch-er- a Inatitue. Motion carriad, Adjaurnitnwiit was th?n imaOto until 1 oVilock, tbe general program thon to to baleen up: Called to ordjr at 1:30 (by prosl Axit Balrd. y'k First no progriamiwiaalArciianBock-Uj- r. Subject: "Thio Soil." Mr. Back-njtold of tho composition of ho soil, dltforjonit lmnts required to ar& duo3 a good, crop; how to (place such v n tho soil and maintain it. Noxt subject dtacussod was Alfalfa s. and How to Grow It, ,by John- Ho told whatt laMalfa Blair. He eta-teithat Alfalfa analyzt'd aide y ado wi'ih whmt bran. Moxt was eanioral discussion "by wihlch, was veny tnaqroaf.lng' M Instmotive. by Kext m Farm Manoswmient liMslan !3cluii2r. This ahouM Jiavo been heard by all. Adjournied to mo2t 9:30 WudndslJay. WEDNESDAY MORNING SESSION. ar-rar- go -3r -d -- First ttom of business aflcr ttc"-- r V Nov. 20. May no clouds rise to darken pathway may 3t b3 ibri'iahit ns faiolr wadd'ng day. mis F. A. Mf Special 'Departments. IiwcjvKJry isM-- j of Tto thorc ara iv.i-a-l ppciil d (paiRniwiris, which Wo 4xu?t will tecif IrAOTJSl-au- d ppoflt Urour paisj. TheHou&e hold lljljtf nr- - lVMn for line borooflt of i"Jiio luougj.wiifo, and many new ns- - C'lwa aro igiv-T- Notes should be of Ejoial InH.cwat to our farmor Toad.ira, and aruyonvi siho ha.3 any Idoa thijy care to tholr frlendahLout Is asked, to ujo tho columns of (this irwrnaiw?!'. i icuali "VMeljk. Thj Farm (Conitrlbutod.) Pcrhflps nono cf (his many supnorit-ogave.dudge CRoar oirllor ormoro enpport than rtlho Hon .C. M. Barnett, and firhnrs tho Judgo him-s.eurprlsd thani luls votorr raas an VIoo Chalrnuin of Hantford whon Uve roturaiB oame In, but the fault ova not In txo managemomt of O'R.ar'a campn'gn (scmobody iblunuVrncd wlion McCullouch was named on itbe Cam-pilg- n Commit'jo1, thus giving Hoorah h3 Woodscn a chanoo to ekalvs tcanporanco vote) but tho nepl reascn was that orory big iniicmost and corrupt pollUc'an iln tlu Slate was openUio ly cppofJng or secretly flgto'iiis Jurist. Tih 3 writer hqpes to s o a prosro"s'.vo 1 ague of RopubllcanB 'floh In Kentucky .at ore?, membeT lnyirg $1.00 n y uir as du & by to push" Uio idjaa advarb'd ir.Oi O'Rcair unidl tluiy an xu.-a'-tho law cf h Commoniv.O!(.h. Sucdi a plan i!s now on foot and ft would ran y nt I'.ti t mxk thu It fr o from it hi arrupt oa.ms:a'tsn trKn on Mm oiw hand and flrnncJal nrrija.rraflair,i vf. on ttis ti Ih f, 23,000 OR.&r fivpj.-sjjIn would pay ono dollar a juair caoh to advance tlw cauaa of .jiopulair govrn-ni'Di- t, is and only lwpu'af oduaatilon laok'-n- s to win itho oaus?. m If cw.i-tn.bu- or s us good to B02 tliaii Lhxo ameeorrre pcoplo in Hartford who troa tli air horrfos la a humano man-nJ- n cv.ry son. Tho ojjior oigUt wln going homo the wind mias (the night was somewhat ohll-l- y. t,On tlio way wo noticed a horse hltehcd at a friends, whono tho mas-tor'amlstrocs vtwo inoxddrg tha evading in soctal cnSxtainanijnt. But in h:ir dislrc to amusj thomsulves thoyi never forgot the faliibful old hor old thoyj n ver forgot tlvj fal'jhfi)l horat, and th-j- raw to It before for Ills long otar.d that b.3 waswell covored wlth h.nvy iblaakots to' pTobeot him from th.3 Najmlwr wlndfl. Tho world would be IwKierlf thora w ro more pdoilc, who ume bo though ful about tlvj dum blow-lng'and nd y ljav-Inshlm -- Kilo's concroto fddwaMcs In front ofioliioral of tin na'dene on clay aVgat savo tho-- s'reot a oj!- - ivriP. ar- anag and grratly faclli'a'i-- i t'btj travel of Ml3 riiicfirlans r..nl witeh l3trav- elidlpixjibab'y mor- ijhtiji ".ry rcfli r atnit in (h .mtfjAnxo sxion cf Hartford. 1" ho. a h, r Cosy ithijro was a ginitij-t it Thi3iirjw Nniant dn HurtloTrt wi'ili Hha vi-- w casing huie penmani3.niUy. Wo Farm for Sale. talldnig ito tfm about it, and Wie if irat 170 acres of Rough River bottom qusatAon due aaled wias It wa lud a good.mod m schco'; hrvy1. - Upon lnves- - land. All cleared and well improtod. U3"lte next ltipubllcai Itilgatlou Jiii found Talro HfiinUord Collage as Good residence, barns,, outbulldlng!( ninlnijia for Govaraior iwas dioa'd d up wo ryppca uiiiuii it no tiara janu wo uimic walls, otc. Terms rcasonablo. on, duning th-- ixrat campaign and hi R. B. MARTIN, that iiifiM is a iirolxibllity of six mow uiada oiu sp.ijch ait Hartford. punVls 1j ns enroll d in tliat Harrtford, Ky. splondl lltf No, It Is not Jack OMvur. inai'tjiii'iaii. of In at Jubilee, was hero Tuosiay. Quito a number of our young people havo boon attnding the meeting at Bald Knob, which Is being conduct cd by Itov. Harper and Burd n. School Is progressing nlooly. SandaySchoO'laEd praj'or motlng U doing w S.. A nice crowd was cut Thurt- day night, and toino siilondld talks wwo mala. Mr. Jamo3 Tannor.McIIonry, passed through town yoVjrday. Ho said ev erything was very dull on account of thj railroad strikethe mines not being able to got cars. Messrs. "Doc." Faugh, Geo. Trout and Goo. Djnnls wont to Bowlln; Gro n last wo?k ml Ji sdvohiI flna mules. Now tliat tho wxathr is bid, lot oashparonitproAildafiomoJnciansby whl thoVr child or childinon ay Uo ublo to go to Gohool, tor It 5s (highly nieoes- sary that each .pupil nitfond Uie full season, If ponsibVs, ((I the public 33hool, and every oro iwho can ohould tak-the coureio in H'gh cohool. In UiIb wiay Kentucky can bj liiwUiSiit u take Jwr pliaoe, to wihiah eho Is justly emtitlod," among (tbe lirsi of the land. Mr. Ij. L. Tapp, fchia coffee manvas wd.Ic and v. i a" luro cr day Iroud ta pay, Hiprri'iad cliD333 i i u siand and exprara.d himoetlf oa Widliiv-in- g it mlglut not go lhftal-- in Saturday Was an Ideal Sunday there Was DayJ-an- d Snow and Ice. many a day since bo It lias bo radical change or weather conditions has boon seen In this SJctlon as that which occurred bjtwoun mldrtlght Satunday night and C o'clock Sunday morning. All day Saturday and up to 11 o'clock tliat night the most pleasant woaitlier conditions pnovallod,anid, aside from this brisk blowing of tho wind tlw ojndtbtons wax almost Id-ja- Shortly after nigh- - 11 o'clock Saturday; th r wind-storm- wa3 lil Oaliud BaJrxl to ard- - at 10 Iby Pmo3ld'ent iFlrst sabioat, Agrdcultuiva BiuccvUon, by Luokin Bxskmcr. Ha Ejhpiwed tho ImjwntaiKn of AgrlouHuro. Ca.tf.lj was. dtecuaaod by AUbortiOox. Good Iloaide was dlacuaood by Jucbj MllJor in a splendid laanaar. Bcstojilng FerilMty to Worn Out Soil was ably dlscuas: b John ' G. Blair, This was a looturo of much InnporUinos and ovory fanclar should taiTO hoard this losturo. Aidjowiaod unitll 1 oWock. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, X m.. .,.-- , First subjxt il the atitonnocm Iw'jas I'ou'Uj'y nud lt Produota, w by John G. Blair. (This was a good and vary latorcBtiniff tialfc.. Next subjeot, Woman Oa tha Farm by Luclan Boclaner. Thla waa qulot a good tnaat as woll as InBtma'jlv. Next subject, How to Improve tho Whtat Crop, by John G. Bialr. Next Subjoot was, Tho VaWo of Farmers' Institutes ,by Col. C. M. Bar-ita- it Air. Barnott anode a xid telle and (Higgceted Aliat a comntlttiu? be appointed to arrange a oontet, for jwxt meidtiliKK and to arouse on Intfir-- e. G. Ba.Tiras3 wms in Louisvill'osey- days Ja3t weolr. lid says ho got comsj sick wlillo thov, and ho dM lo back .looking bad, but wo happen iTheyouce ooruiple l!Jt uaiilyj know liowas' looking bad bjforo he morning pn tho llWnols Conj &tarb3d up Jthcre. tral for Louisville, wlnora tliat "da Tli o' ome already s'jatfdne to flguM wona raairrlod-nfth- io bcautifu oa dlhe oandldaffces for &io MarlousrCout ftastkradoa of Air, and Mrs. UoTirKl ty officors next. time. T. II. Black, Smlli jilaa- - latter being a ooualn of Shehlff and BciRnard Fo'ilx am OiHdiipie. Afi'jei epondlns a Mr. (by law from runningfor days in Lbulsvlllo thuy will upturn to Caumty W. &, Hartford, probably Soiturday, and wd 01 ak will haiVe &arvtd itwlo dorms and be t homH to their Irfejuds. Is willing to rutuiAiwhilte E. G. J3oir,ius Mi33 AUlls is tlw daiurliirir of Mr. thmo Willi not expire for four stairs and Mrs. Ashford Mllbj,', of nvr town jiat. I Is our otplni'on dhat County Atand one of our mo&t fl3tlmiaibla young torney Smith will djvote lilm4f to ladles. For sycroal jvars eh 3 has his law prnctic. tiough bo lias inad'j hold a neBponslble jwa'Alon in tho a ifaMul public faarvanlt and may ask Hantford roaofioe, and Is av,11 liked a by orarypno. Mr. G;'l!(etipioiiBa'hiiiit,lins! young .busin s man, balni a"nijniib?r Judgo Wedding and Henmy Lictwh oM)he firm of Gllltoplc) Bncpiora. Hi wxul mcli daubU-jfiinraw.ce"ri''ia a na- was rvjnmad In ,thls city and is papu- floation tliougli nai!!hjr Jias iadloatiod lar w.th a'l, and Jlks ids brltlo. In? a th'Ciy were lu any sonso KanKlJdali 3. larngia clrolta-o- f frluadts. T(h3 IUciubljjctui Will Midklff, th3 pnossnit jailoiMias 'n(lloins ithcdr maniv frliinids In boeu exooodliigly ijxU'.o and lias kcot ing (beat wishns. In Uio public buildings and ground most excellent coatU'ilon, buit Iw will Free Entertainment. havo oppoejLtJan In nil probability in "Tho Homaaoa cX the "Reapor," tha p'TOJn of UnicloBuclt Buvuill. Watch . wiUi Moving Plaair a an,d that raoo. and don't bat jour colore:! BfcjruoscopLc viwvs, Willi lo money tlli all pivc'Clnats mro Ii ard given, frie to tho farmons and orJhors from. Cupid .Hits Again. come li. It will everyone Ira Mills marrlod. Thunsday as a, blt?of sunpnlsfa t lailien It IsjlfanKri tba,t Mls: and Mr. W. H. Gllflicaplov an-- o'reil Judging frcon a lCor wo reo.i"jjd rooently lrom a uotiropo'i-rannwpa-la- r' fotilio dally prss luns its isyca cused on Qh'jo country at pft3erit, ftxr tills, paipjr that wrote us s'attod Uiey wtxo ix,pc(tiing Borco igood reisulta frctn thy testa for oil ibelng made in bI!soaunfjy by ih Wcsfc IConitucky OU Co, They urg.jd vi to glvathum connilejlo auports from fclmo to itlmia., Baptists arc Convened. Puducoh, Iv-- . Baptist ton voned in Paducoh toalgiht. It 1b tiho first nuxiIHairy mo tfm'g oit the stolon of ttw GtJn'cral Ausoea-tianIvusCuclty Bap'Jjits.wluoh Nov. 13. Th'3 Pastors' Confeironoe ., Kon-tuo- ky of will oanveno Wodni3day. Tho Rev. (J. M. FofwJor, of Lagrange, ixrvnchod the annual uormon to ata conNaxinco tcnCghti Tho Koni'jucky Baptist Historical So- - Tlna, Tlw oloctlon Is now all over, oven oleAy will canvono tomorrow. S3Vjral tilwghaui'J'ing,andman iwho camiehomie hundred nx3 oxpaotod. to vaio have roturmed (to their eflnploy-mivjn- i,, I. F. Barnard anid thoae of us" already at homo hava Wit'ied down (o iwork. Tuesday The Louisville litraid o want to coneratula'to Capt. I. of floe deputy, Miss Hannlttb P. Barnard en his "eiKrcn as Presl-djFJonir, heivo ibeon ob busy as boos of itihe Louisville Tobacco Wane-houfor soviaral dajs sanding out tax noCompauj'. "lOw annual clrjation tices to those who havo rot settled tund of olfio-ir'wtts he'd yoeijcmday Uwlr acount with ithat office. till tileo.W Oapt. Earaioird A visitor to) Judgo Wedding's officii twolfth toi'm. is cividvnit tlui't he tli i daj'B will find His Honor all oajoys tlie cmfidijnoo of bis bualness nt se s Shodff .T. II. Blaok and-hi- s fffl-oii-n- it Eai'd: s lent hero for a long 'unio. This was by a i'.xnindou3 down pour ot i tin, whloh lasted for about fifty mln-uvo- s. ' TJn tomperaturo lmmodlatoly began to drop and In less than six hours tl'ie thennomotcr had dropp-xfrom CS to 20. Sunday morning the laife Sunday sleiepers awoke to find th.ni solves dn the embrace ot rcal winter, wltli lots of snow and ice everywhere thau was any loo making maborial upon which the frigid clouionts might oparato. This is the cecond suq.v that has fnlljn ho'e this wlntor. Ordlnnrlly, at thlj. time, of season fine w'eathcr pr.vails, and what this sudden flurry of viator may moan iiot even, tho weather experts do not know, ns it may bo tli3 forerunner of a long, cold winter, cr It may only prove to bo only a tempu'iirc flurry to be pupplanitod by sone r.nr weatli-e- r, until the ituno canwa A.lxa nettled winter usually s is In. Tho pix:-ni-t hoiiwjr, is rot tho first time that wlm.er weather 1 as bju known to op.n prior to the middle of Novmber. It iwas the fall or 1SS0 tint on Um Vith or November, a snow six InoIicB d"wp fll, and for threi mom lis ito a c'ay Ur earth was naver en'InJy bare or Ice and snow, tho last of it hiving i eni o-i- i on tho evening ot February 13th. Nen'orslno? that time, until Sunday has such a wins r flurry bom & en in Uils latitude. fol-law- i.d l on' uf the nuwt vioexperleuioed around s fas It ta Yellow Jacket Stingers Evn R.publlcan soup would ibe pre-fpjrn- b! smiles and In Asldiofrom Jude, and eeeonded ,6hat- Ue Ghelr-ma- n aiipolnt a oommKtee to arrange a program for a oont;t of iJarjii MoUon oarrdod and tti foUow jag ooBunkUie wae anpotaKiad: Col. & M. Baraett, J, IX. V)aU&r, llwry Moved - iprod-uot- s. M. Plrlle, 0. N. Taylor, A'fcont Cox, Mrs. K. C. Balrd and Mm. AObt OWfln mki Mrs. U. B. Tlohenor. Neat on program 'was itihis AMle by F. W. Plrtfcw Ntext wtw OuXlvatlon and 8&A mn by Joba G. Ba4r. Wotloa of Cora, 14e was a (jood aad UH'jwctiltm(yiUc Uwt gave Muoh Inbmm'&m in to Dont. jimnDu ndoumi U. o'y. HKNRY M) PIRTLB, re-ga- nl Or-eaa- wi 4 TichMW-Gef- f. A bujtiW ,wWAa at OeaAntl Ck obWiwh e'atoek val&, Nor. IS, M 6:W B. Got asri Mlto FMnid d mm itM "Hfw Mr. Jan And HoUatl'Uta Uw'U&ti; Bte xvdi innwwur wn. ml Hwt ftinty maaeal a wf. (ftmiumr mw JNaa IjoiWI WlMtrr. ktttewl ta tnkimaised w y?titoii .We uno not so cottMd'w' of ourablll day owning Nov. 24 at 7:30 p. m This Us itbe ganat "agidcuMural cn'or-- ty to pick the winners as wo wiaij betainanont wliloh was fiivkani pit tttiaBtaty fore Nov. 7tn, but if Mr. SmMi ile- Fai!r dn Saptaniiber. It 4a pneasntiad cllnes tho offer of a aicond temm Mr. Bum by tho countery 6f the Iniinnatlonal Oito C. Martin would, ibe our lro Ripublioaai rnomwriajtloa Har,ve)Bt)or Conapanyi of Amiorfoa and it shot for Is otforod at Hartford through tho for Counlty AtitornKiy, and ilc. Fcglo oomblued & femta of Ohio, County Sup- will justabout bo tiro D pnccm'Jo atantl-ar- d bearer. Bath ore good boys, but ply Co., and J A. Daniel. flVw is fr2 but thie ndtnlwlon. w-- comfoss wx would hab lo run Mc. wlll bo 1y tlokot. All w(ho aw (inter against u Domoci-ait'agricultural ested In tho pnosrkBB the and. fianni maehlnwri ana inyitiod.' to And 6paking of nomlnatlona attend and may soou-rby "Big Sltaw" will soon bo on, and Olio tickets aalltng on oltdv.ir Ohio County Supply oiiea wiho UilnJe Mr, TaCt, wlM be withou oposiltilon! one golni Co. or J.. A. DanlJ, I. H. C. dtiaktrs to ib31won63co!odttilian fat JioliiU W. of Hantford. lSt2 Langley when ho said A&aCrcnnyrloul bo beaten 25,000. Rlht heiV) in Ohio Notice to Taxpayers, county tlw La Follj'Jto inun tmy go-l- ii You axe horniby BieClie4 tiliwt Un to dteputo th,o Preuidnlts rlgihlt to pMkky of G p-- c:nt. mtiU so on all a We couW fc.41 you uniiaid taxies Una , f Irat day of who will lead (the opposition in this I am very anxious Muvt (Ud State aad in thte county, (but for (die tasea bo liW boforo tim. ttline, but preBonit .we'll canitfeut duiwciInvm with paid, (to pjatd'.v will be' put if loaat faying tive opioaIUon will wt oa asd prowrly adviittad for havj leaders How mvany folio weirs, mxm, as I bavnj to eollwt dn ordr this djwiwtli sayaUi mat. to alc tay aA'Aamymt jwMth th Avdltor. PfcaM gi Mb jwioanpt Wio And on Mm DnoeraWe hide otimtton awl aivoM trhte aKtm. looewt. pot botli ,mwrily. G. B. Ukena will 1WX T, H. BCAOK, S, 0. C. aea&t Poajmaafer Mt HLvnford be it th Roaqter iuU down (w enmtKJS A Kwpsake. Va ti NNion iw be did bv Kauitiucky, " Mr. JobMKHi and ottwr dnoewt!o (Mr MktVi boa , poUtuJaas foAm for ikfo). HougihMwd t Um toe, en!nr-tajlnmo- nit c lrtera.ed at B tarn's Qrera Housvi Fri- more dangerous to oaalaty Tine Mcllonry Amateur Theatrical than Wie jasper who is drunk on rot-gu- t. Co., will pn went "A Noblo Outcast" Did you eiror think of that?. at Dr. B uoi'b oipera hou?ji Saturday jmi&h oaslor ito eav.al onrj's n'ghit. EMciry It Is on? in Ilar:ord In t,ho courts ot human lovonts it own languago convaotly (than BjvVirai law wioli thia Mcllonry poopli ulwaya will become moocssany for Old iMan i as olhws .bacHi-fio many persons da put an a, play, and this Is ono of Bryan Jo got a naw s it of tiros. Ho Tina dtvuua is has about run oWjrytlilng out, Ttiio ihonw itabnt play, "A noble Out- - Uwlr ,bit proJuc-loos- . ea it," at loH mry Saturday itfghit was io'jorodJng itlirou hcut, and tho audl-oijo- a Mr. Tafit may not be the strongest inunodlatly falls In witih Jerry, apl nididly rcijroJuc jd,and iVot cliarac could nanio.but Itoad man tho ibhlo drama was wvjl playud tli 3 Tramp, which is playdJ by bir In SpxiaJ montlon is duo IMind Wllkor-eo- n WJlsraon. The aole of Col. Ijoo Is anjiway Iw is one man (Uiait the Douu played by Mr. W. W. Duncan, assist- dr.ad to sou put up, juat itho samo. Will Duncan, ns to;k In a small way, and In be has a flnq calf o;t bis homa. his; duties pa Judg3 Wiodding doals the host of humor. assoc'a'oj. to Dwipcratlc dlgliw'atijr, in Couuty live tolls us Home Talent Saturday Night. The fallow iwho is drunk on fanaticism d3 knaa tho-trtun- . tt e .t bv. at ii tho ant iwsttnastT at Mcllociry, and by theaa has a splijndld concopiilnn of his jxirt. par s. Tilue prooeds wonlt to Itiho Cen Mas Miuy M;rks pla)s tlio rtart ot tral Park Giiadad School, nwd a neat Mrs. Lx, and oho ako doUnoatca that aharaai v to a porJiaction. lUlo Uiu, (W03 rsallaciti. f This diuma was pr.kcntid at McH'm-r- y Good Farm for Sale. Saturday night to an immvimaa nu ppotu Oontalndng 102 aoraj, C2 acnes bot- (Hence. Every sct In the tom land, good dwHlns, good out lious) was sold,, and uhoirs tiad to be building, good oroliard, two good plaaod in itiio aisles. wxxnth Tho sioio.'altdes aloco ar3 barns ono tenant liouse. Tenuis rea- mono uhon tin prio3 ot udml&lan. aanxbV Call on or address, songs, Tihoiu nho several splendid B. W.AUSTIN, and the dincuig by 'IJ.tle Busijr" lGtt Hartford, Ky R 2. Ruirinecir and Thnd Wllletarecoi is Jiard CR0A1WELL. to be oquoillad. Tho tn Jiub 'iu of tho troupe are all our uolghborsjand they Nov. 13. Winter, with all "Its lias otfuck tlids place. autitott:. Tho should b3 gdvtoi a largo sjonn neaohcKl hone 'last night atl2:-3- 0, Dcm forgot th Ume, Sai'iurdiay night, ami was pn.tty bard, but did no Nov, 18 at Dr. Bean's op.ma house. sariolw damage. Rtunvod scats naw on Bale at Dr. Mr. W. S. Gllatxa'P, our 4iiitlltt BjtMi'd Drug Store. sa)&nMB, wp3 t honw on tlio Blok Birthday Dinner. list laat wick. He to bot'Mr at are-oAibkthday dimmer waa glVtin at the Mr. Joe ICa.hu, Morsacttown, vwt In hwjw of Mir. vmd Mrs. E. C. Balrd, Colonial, and "Buajr" Itts'ing:ir dn the uaai amaittiur clog dnnoctr mx Samson ihad the lgio on some of our p.oplo today. Samson used (thio jaw-boof Uiq D.miooratle donkeo' to loUl tho PhilistlniB, while in th-s- 3 niodienn times tine Dmocratlo l.rty ua is the JAwiborie of its b to aiinlluliate all wvalth and all prognosalon. ne iwll-blnd- Tho only rcaoons undr tto licavnua why tho coumtry is not today onjoylns as widu an ntva of prosiporiitiy ns it ItH did wheal McKlnlejism was at hdgliost Js timply b.causo Demoaru-o- y, by deception, has scourged Ito.iir. upon tlw platfonu and t rB,!ltonied co con-tld-u- var-U'j!ai-i3, oiwny. Don't cornea mt. kiRMi ll to Ei'iW lua'jllg for bukio38w Mr, K. W. Jckon had no rewalr work ilmni oa hite house last w&:k. Mojmv. Klvwt A'Aan, Mclloury, asd Itoolepopt, oam-- m hi ad li l Ukiaok Um bwtwtai tahkl - wi My darttng ! DMly i iwMea. Wit to wm. Wo JutntO. and 8w uu iirwt Je to go to 8vaMvW toon with a Any haw, vm iwnM to Mce nice M ot Mr, ClMvliH BeH'-H- t to go thtwtmh a fitWiwl wiixwtjpr in ,wo km W tntvaltoc for 33 yaw, mm k:e oae M But V. L. HaMw IHMnjto KwrliMarx w Whit will wmi a (Uatwyh t ' ' Heiwi. Harry Lwch, Tu ! ito! home, vote. f mum. Donah d',t k. ' you look around axd wonder er what jou ha-:ito ba thankful jUtHl that Proaldimt Taft all the fool legislation of tho spooiul aasa'jon ot tlio DMiworatic Congivsss. Tliat ought to call forth gnoat thanks-givin- g. Fixmu the Yollaw Jaoluit. la.Wxjr'a Oet. 20Ui in honor ot Uno Mjs. Molllm 1Hcli?Mor'a 70tli Moravian Falls, N. C. mother, birthday, flfhtwo Mloro: Mrs. First Christian Church. Jwiiii Ihuwklcw and dfcuU'w Miss W. B. WRiaHT, raster. View, ot Hartford; iMw. P, II. Hood, Pnoaaihlng vory Fpurtli Sunday Mr. Luetoa AbiIuxwj mad (wife; Sirs. W. K. Coraou IWw mit 1M1; Mr, morning and evening. Bible School ovoiy Sumlaj- - u,t 9:30 Marvin Bainl and W'!e; Mr.. PJmw- r3r lldftftet swmI wile aed lWo daugb a. si. Coaunundon arvloo fi. 10:30 a. nu tor WMfo; sd Bon TieMorot Pleas Prayor me itiag iewy Wevlnctoy anit Aidk All metpoH a i&fKftat voias at S o'eteok.. fouvro-momb- Tlianksglving forei tliat a'ong now p ratty b:ou. And sJ DAINTY DRESSES FOR Witt sdbool teMiSM, f4Ml OOpS. PiMfMiity Cmdm .T tin Jhor, Lore Tttm sMfMjal to asVvSSsaV in W.W YMi So who town WOttoate fcanb tor nowadays has cfeaace la nmr an pretty frarateals Mttte scheekrtrl Wimkw. wit at Clfcy.er la Do Hkl m a as Iter ldr iHr8, for jinenlte rtyles are attractive sad utasratly ' ttefttSMftjr SS1 fr fcW YMl: Almost every period has contributed sowetblnx; te dd eecoartiHt. r .Tfcey in to the ctMrm Vim QsrtJksBSK. -' the email girl's faaMeas. Kate GrecHaway HTects V4 Mill' AMKMH7, are at present of much Import u nee. particularly to designers of frocks far fott H ClkJtiMfM assail folk. a aawnt'isa. "Ffcrty,v M hs IMIiiiiiftMt LaThe gowns photographed here are suitable for jflrls of ten or twelve year age. The frock of checked serge Is trimmed with bands of greea silk to dy, "is wr wai'iti . swaed aftV' Poultry Yard- "VarOAy,' ,tfic Norkw toutrttuJud, Lar in w vfilmfmCs supply et read Is Uw aiJi-i- t of I.tf . dast f seated soal aaV. m ii will It's ItaJs way, said tko P. l.,4nsa bo 3 41 tar d:A tsfea, tlw hratendij poorihossjewlBliBMsVp.-ing- s iA load of 0s'jV:iUd around At toUTW, his circle c trkjtid is hcuegs and coors would. gtijaOT' eowtrf ut btftt to i!fc narrow, he v!2i 6 with its wsfrj oWi of rcaay a. f took. bn ttkfaat, at euppor Rial fa Jka m:n - . a bTw Ml e:t ail I ait a butf ! J orrn ' lugs. Kficks a afcW tte ahe caa aw Damc hafnpWis cUjr to Ids houaj ttias. a matatij. amount for cii onu, and a.a Oiat "nit Ow husband 'j!s mou.y. Ho ono gJ a her iCiaro. Bjb Aibout mora. Ho inptvlatlJs' Ms Lat Sras.tid itu'6ry of all Wohs h Among , oool cijar fccforu offerleg it for Ealo nunilKsr of friiiKli tai-folbvj friends thtfe is llkwly tp Ij4 n Liarp jiouly dons not J1 f wullas woman w.ko mated his wlto k&k Kn Lha wUch Is gopd and etlff. w odnr KgCiA Uw Jaiod frasnroit of a but dniam Steira a lot: of Uansiflii-'bapiixivs 8 te black (&'. 16' or for tro, ikm'ns cold wLvilJw, hi thohouaaijsoldforal'nCKy aftk lafcrnv ma'.iing Uw hoiM exerclo. JdJ lwiw law33r v ts thfj iprlco of a linuousis V became ib(;cMovou3 and unfu&jUi What i th matCur will ho naQ and 9.ock. Ga'hi r in tine pouliry that have and wonvjiii Mho i'wuU) nil njlxait kx csan't Inup i , who wkjivu eiccles of bcai allowud to roost ou'jiatxrs. Thj namano-- and ma V.vs or.ki; wlio preach, soomor thay bocomo accuslDmoid to c(f tivi id jal and cn't 4iwrt'joa It? tho hous3 tho bcikr it iwUl bo for T1jj la tlw qu Etiou that ovorj, on" UiuSr health and improranent. wiho follows i n'wa of Uk cVl- - Is When a hn I dotermln; to sit, an asking hlni-vlf- . Wihala lho last fow "Tying- - dusking and ecruxnuing '4hoo', ynrs iirjariy ovry knight or lady oi Fall tvtJ& Bpackls. and. dtm bYm it through," tho ,p;jn who lwa aoltl ved fasmo from of Just put thirteen frah, fyttHo az& boola Jias ca.st aside Cho bonds nuVjrJnijoJiy, dozlanlng tbciu (Juo conOn undir ih'or, and waster cvaaslonal- jiy, and lit k go at that. It rnvtswia Irritating. Ins. I c and ftjar on tho norv.o.3, nnjd naj g n IIjTf3, Icr Instancee, aru a fnw THE LITTLE SCHOOL MAID. tt took dtBMttatw at r flWkK'fer ctten tamn m tW. tk int ",J OWf .? toadav wwd I- I wKmmmammmmmmmmKmmmmmmm ; a I LET US o-- f PRINTYOUg CA'RDS m! j. rt NOTE HEADS', ENVELOPES TOST CARDS BLOTTERS S V t i U Bn,L HEADS lt.s c letter heads circulars booklets ' ' PROG RAMS ( u r statement heads J SHIPPING TAGS LABELS STOCK FORMS- CATALOGUES. DEED BLANKS order blanks Mortgage blanks d lo thOTi: G orge Randolf Cbsatur. ." i If eJio .' V LITTLE GIIILS' SCHOOL Upton Sinclair. Walt. I httlrs Dodgkj. Ki r ualliennu. Ujo.u j.arvlngtan. Tranoes Hodgson Burrjiilt " , ?.' muah ahoad. nal. hatches anytjiing you are that Xovombsr Fterm Jour Blind Dizzy Spells. k Argyic. Mich. Mre. Win. H. Carson when frjing shani. Is ihanmful at liaat uhio IKfll draft in a lector from Argyle, says; "I was that or kcb round Who paeh, of iih)clos-- .Wlin o'ou buy tine c3illdnma dihiw- almost wild wdth pain in my head, an ol wtadw or through tho crook un- - lordifoirthofltinrowjw a pi-c- o of laiw other sovcre paln3 from womanly trou djr i!ao doeir, Tlhoy say to wake in about flm-i- J nones iong, across (tho'bat hies. After using Cardui, I obtained nocous la to inaneaa3 t,'he cilae It it, torn of "jhe 133s. 'Phis mill nruvenfc great rollof. Further uso of Cardui to open tho wlndoiAB and Uw of door, blw drnwr-c-s from wrinkling atp rMhieu raissd mo from my bed of agony. Car- and ljt rtjho air bwijco thnpush in. gnttt Uw Btockicgs aro put on dui saved my lifo whan nothing volumi, as it did in tibia Bunanwy. It Do not ifongta to give the toby plen eloo would help me". Whether se- - tits autum air is too crisp, put ua an ty of wata. SUJJc main." is a food, and docs or simply donotfihut dhowlajlows not tolso itfiio plao3 of iwaror m a JrrSHE art school of the Young Woman's Christian association of New Th ta alio ajaur d a dlvonco and .. riously sick, womaaa alllBg, take- ooTcoct, but Xorojd . L rurjjjl you aro York, under the direction of Mlhs Sophia Walker, has become tondc to da bo by cpoiw drink. Plxmrty of .wialt, ir bq'j;icMn( drtunft uaxuul' tne s, noted wvjiit'to ns one of the most practical art schools In tho couutry. It Is doln- - of bjiiiujia and lovta of l.a'ii and os Moves pain, regulates irregularlUos, or liard fros1; and than do cot taut j taku vil'ihiar iwanm or cool, la a a great work to popularize household art and Is opening a new builds- weak, nervous womam back to Uic-oomplAaly cr ka tp tOwrn great aid to iUm bowels cupiu tho ijmbarraaanaoa's ah for women In nd.iptlng art training to industrial conditions. GraduatesHeld ly ltivjw 'tis tho vMo cr u (po-j- t Xw:iuffly health. Ask your druggist about all tlw taa.Glaagow Raulblilcan- shut Nut butter is a iiroityand kddnerys. of Eoiiid goad subatf-tub- o the school havo slgnlfled their versatility by filling the most varied positions 4 ihocau33 lw d'.dn'b "oom-- j It for m-:trad oninjn now (tot the tetttojr graduation. One of them Is the most successful after - i, acroeb" wl'jh hn bills. A Lifetime Trouble. hrlnga euch high prices. Jtun walnutB The Preventation of Colds. G Kfi-Ingram, Texas "Ever slnco I bo- - or shellbarks lUyrciugUi a food- - chojper Itardolf Cit S'cr is Una vary f"" in - to take tba VJtnra.rj' dilartji; l Tho firat fow days of autumn not oamo a woman," writes Mre. E. J.I. and rub into linem about vorce dasiM. faihioinabla mow. nrcoisary of tho au'jumn vt (U'j calen Evans, of (this place. "I suEfeXcd from Jnucsh good fn.tsh butor. Spread" rm W04i:glicKl" mado dar, ibu'.ofauMHnnal'WVja.thiar aro lilw womanly trouble. Last toll, it got omok eg or bneod. . "G Si lots of lnuu.y for Qli jr, but ho ly to ibo iraarifcd Ly an oulbroak of eo ,had, I had to stay in. bod for nearOne lions ikdipor has prvv'smied Jnsjry (lUla't bring Jinidh haiU)kl3B lu'jo tJio fooldj. TJuan onauy Awho havo l3ja ly a week very monUi. Since taking a burnd roast or oaleaby OnoaUir t'aTOlly. In fapt, Um o"bull-lon- y firo.3 Jram thi3 d'.eagroaabK aiknijnt, Cardui, I feel better ihan I have for fiuaiug tho alariai clock to tho propor J. Itufus WalllngiToird is now and tivx tSoro haAio dlanila'iod 'lears.,, You can rely on Cardul. 5$Q iff d tlmo to open Uie pvou door.-Then piyjjug hla cTva'jor'rf allmomy bills. of it from Jiolr mlads. aro ospodally for woanon. It relieves sh.3 003 about hor iwetb In the othor TIkum includii $1,C00 a jioir for Cflws-br- 's UiW nly fore-- d to ixicogndzed that womanly pain, .by acting on tfcso cause Ianls vt Uw aiouaj, kncjWnjr UiatBh wlfo and $2,000 n iar for t!bo they havo ncsos and mucous and buUde up womanly stronMi wher will Ivw the Impau-Jv- e call at the support and uJucattonub OhouVar'aitiwo it la most needed. Purely vegetable rlghit tinis scsw, and th y, ano twjuv-tfdv- o jtjani lt is Indiajd dlecourasing ito Wad MUd, but certain In aotlon. Try iTbo right vifty to cook oa.'iiKl! x it. old. t t 2ihbhMb 9rwwfwmt ? m. tihat Urirg all sjinmer virtually in At your druggists. OJ jh in "a rnunf Kf Ijforo J. Jlufus Walllngtor.6pni.ns Ihf) cpoa air Jiaa juL pppaivjntly rnndo WUjar onor llirt Um ,. . ' m i-wpxmrtw u . full ljauopllod la n l'raici AMartcu't us anaro r (slaUuit to iho lnfluoaoia i h NoUitag makog a vain old inan dj ,, if , double .bollor. A and dlk dwt from tho bnala of ahw-Ui- r, licit (pxlucio a cold. iWo ihavo Uvod wrath a3 to pay Wm tha ncopft dua hrfcWy, eprinkJo the oatnkeal in iibi CJuj34jn3 vtiry luappy In ki sloiwJy, Do not trie, out natural drafts Ihrougfa Ws SJC wt H betf CUiclacatl. Tiiwy Hvd iinodVjuOy In op?n wlttdioiwa aad bn ponolitoa and arfcw mtattfcs, (SKS R4b k' '. 7Z ; humsblo apartinouta in tbo Wcat End. tificial clanjlta nrada tby ta o lower hair of taw boiler, waieu lerrible Train of Troubles. riVWric G ongo iwsu caruilng 25 a wtuk in itoo Mar and movw wW contain hot ho mush aaooaod. Nvw, Laloe Ckapiee, La, airs, B. Pour. wai r; ooier it glltoiJal tlipartmiunit of a nrrt:iig wlitli 6ho firwt kiop of tho ifc.ra(jonil'Jttnj flier, 616 Kirby Htrcet says: "The "f1 l 'Wile p'owly, wMbout ucjweiiwip v. use palat of comfort, wo Icolc moirtli before r took CawUrf I could .flti,,plne. tor Xor or ftm Jiowa at iatu. ) Th-jouiv-"WoK- - iWi'V toe iiio eounoa Ki Ww " If air hrdly wlk. I had baokaohe, head- for K MnB'ord a sudrtyn InpinaiWcei ami an round our (kctwto,. iraH itawn acae, paki in my w da- - httw, aad , '1 bo Ga(1 otilUs. kyiag 4, imm-.i9- a bumw.-bJIu 'Ujcviynutrking windows, cloao iske doum, mil l v i mva. nwwi vnISiUg lellBf 8 m arirTVBBBBBaB0HSaBU' J' t. " WW m WW w mxkr If itso mwakliar Unml-- . f.j.i y vwJJWf l(BA'l wu no paiNe or ooiime. jflroaa No- hibc .tak-- .. , w iihuw auoiwy iut WiBtu Kb no-t-a iri.e.wl. Tws 4 h daf Amu J" Cardui, I have no ila,aud in the n'fmw wmto rtbout w 'two amw& Hue odd, wmI wa Irliwnin ei ood all tke ttme." Taiw Cardui "r aaipleaaadtoi Tftw U,tl Wtfit End flajt rsiKto Um air for it. T14e rml mm TBIUtA COTTA CLOCK OA8B AND H.VLL naiiaiMd ONsJhs is " LAWERM. WOetH of the ieoullr lates CkMwh 1U few rootas, sotweiow begasi W Iki tw of flr, or mUfccr Uw lak tfss be tbtec ftcBthweat, another is a designer for a fnmous firm of New York taePb iajreatots, whioa hv tmk '1 kiaw elf and a too MM1L Jewelwa Impunity of U. 'Aoraowadt anotfcer Is head of a popular art school, whllo beorcx hold position of loaaa bo eflteieM for jwonwiUy ilia, eoids aod br eflual WU' ayew Tsm imetmtto wbtah oamm ooida- .bio." ImportaMe ia many other Hues. It Js the object of .Miss Walker to Iscludi )vidts ' Mra. I B. wwar. peetM rnve ooae tlm Utmto mw.(1 oaiMh for Cfcos-t- ir MhSPO are HeensJ vutiaUmot in Amuld kbem Qo4o. one course stadia that will so cultivate tho mind and hand as to give taste wtom but (Daavw, w pmi iy uea-- mqewaaoa. Try "We have uaid .buy hW wi tl$,m bungalow to MM VwaBJcViW Ur, if MMt HNtUNHr and skill la various branches. The clock case and hall laatsra 'Illustrated ly aad It ta QUit) Hell, 'xoiW;Vw Miawife. hae iMjver ifaUed. U our ntt sbv Iiere were desIgBed by students of the school They wero doan in m. A wist "" i maei." Itor I j oi MOeby sJl dmttr nmm n Uti mtH job kan m loc as Om sow hl fwUttad Tlie tail lasterB, which is an adaptation of a Hyzantlne pattern, Is parties m larlv Btplklaf with Ha nliurnaA cunolu Toe light Is placed IwtWe the Jkatern. aiid4MlUkta.lteieto WtditiurfnrJ. wh tmh aar aWl aniiiiiai is aM Wweuily The vim waw a senusnt or two 4a U-- j l rep Wkiw (be to of wWch way be lifted eft. Oyeir - mwntk. Tb Wkmuf ym mtnOinWaw uowe not Mask wife , ' out wti dt Imu-- hem . . .' k. m. ri. ..X aoaawmy aiaewtowr, hJtWftm. ttfc iiits"ips; '" "I HtMv, WW a 9 (beiaasp4 asaav and of iuMMk ainswsl afr; skat d Wliat i3 thCs llnx of i,Ro knife plaits. Jg it tHmiwnnvut, iaw Uioitgh Tho other gown Is of dark blue serge, also made with a knife plaited skirt. The waist closes In the back, nlthough the vostllUe panel of red serge, crossed or just lack of good, common. lus with bands of black braid, glve.s it the appearance of closing in the front.' that prjV'jnCs a writer kuipirc en ilto cloud3 and Ws 11.t fnthi Tiny buttons and frogs are also used on this costume. matrimonii! ipath. at uau and itlio Sam tlm-"THE FATAL LIGHT. "It is nor. p1 thasi," ilsalanjs HooCJi X HOME NOTES. iw ho and Jack London, If Too Strong It Will Wrinkle the Smoothest Brow. liava baa iaXirvJyajJ cai. uivj rub- cutting bread and butter When Strong sunlight causes wrinkles, a JQCt. rery thin dip the knife occasion fact many women have learned too "AuywTs," doclar--s TnrMngton )who ally in very hot water. late to their sorrow. A certain amount wnato "Vh,i nian iFram Hume,") "are spoons and pastry Wooden of sunlight is good for the skin and just human like u'ihor folk& And boards will repay a good scrubfor the eyes. No one of nature's ele- wlifjn tliy agraj to diagn-lliy all bing with sand In preference to ments, If used with discretion, will thu paqyjrs rnakm a jyvat ado ttbuutit to soap. act as a destructive power to the !caus,3 itilmiy ano wtill kntawin iwhjrcaa Zinc covered surfaces are best polished with powdered bath body. The trouble with the sunlight wluni a private indlvldiuaJ flails to kwp brick and soap, with an after nib cure Is that It is too ofen taken tho Xiimlly jttas it Is rot horald- of dry whiting and a final polish In overdoses. Notice on a particu- ed abroad no ono is inrtji3t-- 1 with a chamois leather. larly bright day, a day when the In him. This dojneta'dc dracomd' of A polish that may be used for sun's rays are almost metallic in floors and furniture Is made of their strength, how the eyes of tho autliors aad mUlionalijs.ds rxou) imrfi. equal parts of vinegar, boiled people you meet are squinted in an for the public." linseed oil nnd methylated spirJack London eays jhciw (pecnilA of effort to alleviate the pressure on the it. Where the polish has worn neres of bight This squinting proc- Uw ordinary ttypo, would iuaact to OCT this renews It, and when it ess causes little wrinkles to appear datroa Jf tiwy could afford lit. "Dut Is well rubbed In it gives a brilabout the eyes nnd across the bridge thvty just go on llvins out tht.in toSjll- liant surface to the floor. of the nose. Holding the face In this icJij:j3 for 01 i ,eiinplo rr33soni that onj If the painter has left marks strained position easily becomes a blaukot costs Josa ulion tnvo," lis iuytf of paint on the floor apply to habit, and once It is a habit the dam-ng- o Au ibxus dlngT no mocvj than ofchves them a paste made of equal parts Is done. of llmo and soda, moistened with One of the best ways to prevent in- po3Qlv, Mily tJmy havo Ililo oaaii to a little water I.cae this jury to the eye as well as a premature lvay far a I 'gal diaailulj-an- . very thickly for twenty-fou- r Julio 1) GaUiuna, rfroush! who mask of age Is tho wearing of a hours, then wash It off and hat that will shade the eye. Persons Pot Itlciard, cunB Jbtmanl the stains will be found to have whose work compels them to bo much wlih a ditttiroM and vry intwij('Jlng disappeared. out of door during the summer months noajQu, llkjj is hor vlw: should select a broad brimmed hat. "Po &c trjraiHJramr rA &4na to n wd a fnefju-m- t ulianrsA No port, caai man loug marrlod to tlw aaon-- doMAKING ART TRAINING PRACTICAL. ? nntch the check 'and outllnwl with fancy bttttons. The sleeves are of elbow length and of the kimono style that beums to linger In spite of the warnings of fashion experts that 'they are no more to be worn. The skirt Is laid In Barrie. Ami3 lUvs. Jack LondJa. ,I.uni--a M. i i v "' JitonarjTC ( Wilmington, N. C lire. Oora L. tRlttex, writes from this place: "I used to havo blind dlzjjy epells, and weak cold spoils went all orr doctors could not Acll mo what was wrong. After taking Cardu. am all fright and In bettor health than for 10 years.'' Cardui is a rome-hoa- d dy for women which has boen. used by women for nearly a Hfottmc. It ' prevents J.Iie unneooseary pa,ins of fe- malo troubles, euch as headache, ' ings, etc. Try it. ::n E-2- 3. Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Lc Us Submit I Estimate on Your Next Work. , All Work Guaranteed. V THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'Plionc rslo. 22 i What he Preferred. A Clnoimiatil lawyer nooin'Jy 1 ilihat tho Jurymraa who toward ths jad of a Vijry long trtol wiahod to know what ttlo tKmms "plainltiff" and "difiairianr." B'gpJixA is not alono In his gnoraaco. Tha lsjyer to Is of a anam Wihoaj ccci tod turn yjakai. H luid ohar&jid a sugiilcdons lookirg pamoa niih th-e- iit flt "Ycu say that Cjhls man b'joIo your crat?" nufcad tlri magia'jnairia. ''Da I um.Jora'aind that ou pitjla- paanswi agjrtnjt him?" "Well, ro, your honor," responded tho "I pijfer ijjhto coat, Jf t's all tdw ean3 to Naramibar , HARTFORD, KY. 'f even atacki'iiB fonofls Js eo aeaTly that it takos ibut li'jtb to disturb itwl'jh thi3 result that tihK syfl'.'dm may tho iwicakor of tho rtiwo. Working for a ifuw tfays m tto oRflica or Uw saop,or tlhra school jioom inilitfli windows aaaiud-t- o l&ap out tio oald mir; or wora3 ykj'la-plngfo- r a faw nights fmnger to (pull ngalnat. you would have light dumiplings, leave tho tawr off Ifor about Oeiu minute df tor you ihiavo omt Whymi So. "Fkpl(o iwho do noi jlllAi itflw oouatry hocause ftfliore is eo littta going cm, anaiflioaodn whoso Iwads there Is kisa go.ng on itihan jy2m in (tihe cauatiny.'" gniddlo cakes, wiaff lea, Jlix aic, In Able upper" imt' of a double ballur iiu3txid of dn an ordinary mixing iboiwl, and 50U (will find tilw Jiandfo vvty wsjvi to hiold it by iour If ute la badroiam i!ihi-- wilitlh .windows oloa.-- d iw- - Kpnincott' A , v Strange Story. .- 'blankets have heon putawaj and dt, ta too dailly to slecn wli'.ihout tbwm, la quJto tiutColecft to OVMJilhrDw tjlua ba'aito and si tio nutcrobOJiJn upowr hand. TOinn tlw draft really ooM3!)' itrit-lj-a- is, ' 2 ,, Pairlijwh-nooboanak- os ... r m3dd-lus- um. e-2- at ' ono-tbhTd- jis ( ftS&2S pro-Iarc- fcVl i E-3- 1 i J. hoBH sESlmi rA wt-ai- o 1 J1' -i- l tm ' -m k, w'd Vn-tfts- r hl. ur - J" .sb, tVt f1 0f ad Bs, hi SJ I'w. "h 1 wt, Wii. 1 . f? THE WHITE SCHOOL. HOG CHOLERA SEBUM. ', STRONG POINTS OF JU IP I. It LMfcl Like the Netre Seheef, but Thle Spencer county, about thirty-fiv- e miles eat of Loutatllle. At Ant, (right I was mt 1 tad sttiMhfed ihh)u a typical Hegre sciteot, but as 1 went about the yard with my camera a farmer who lived near by cntne over to we what I was dolus- ' "flow Ions bm this colored school been veraTr I naked. "This Is the while school, an 1 don' know how long It's been built. All I know Is that It, wasn't noways new QHJL 1 DttrfK puMMtl ee Wh m a Mletette. esp4a-Hew of mf drives of school In 0.4 AV THE ANCIE.NT WIIECK WITH ITS SAOOI.Na 1'LOOIt. i ST. when I moved in'o this neighborhood thirty ycqrs ngo coniln' May." "When was it painted Insti'' "Pnluted?" Ho laughed godd us ho took a fresdi chew of his twist "Painted? Why It ain't never had no paint on It that I ever sec or beard of.' I looked at Hie ancient wreck, with Its sagging floor, Its scattered rock about tho door where there should have been a walk; then my 'glance, fell upon a jiew, sturdy long distance telephone pwle which stoed cIomj to one 'corner of tho building, 1 wnlkcd up nnd, placing my hand against It, waited and fell To thinking. Suddenly tho busy humming of tho wires seemed to be whispering Insistently to tho broken house: "Wake up! Wake up! Wo nre not asleep today! We are in the hurrying and scurrying twentieth .century! Wake up and Join tjio procession!" On the far side of the school I stumbled upon some old fashioned handmade desks and at onco asked my farmer friends whero they had come from. "Why, they come out of the school there, of course. The children used 'em is until-thyear, when they put lu some new ones." Sly next search was for the closets. I knew there was no coal house on the premises, for the old desks were plied ly '. V "THIS HEItli IS A PAUPEB SCHOOL." upon the top of tho wlnfer's supply of coal. I was unable to And even the remains of any closet, so I again tloned my farmer friend. "They ain't never had none since I been In the neighborhood!" "Ilavcu't had any closets at all?" I exclaimed In amazement. "How con your teachers handle a school without closets?" Tho man hesitated a moment, shifted his quid to the other side of his Jaw and answered quietly: "Gawd knows. I don't," "IIqw do you happen to have such a poor schoolhouse (In this part of the county tho laud looks pretty good?" "l'ou see, this hero is a pauper school." I pretended not to understand lilin fully, so I asked: i "My, that's too bad. I had no Idea that the farmers up hero on tho headwaters of Salt river were so poor. You haven't oven got a church In the neighborhood, then?" "Oh, yes! "We've got a mighty nice, brand now church a mile out the pike from here." "State built that, too?" I suggested. "Why, no; the folks all chipped In and built It," ho explained carefully. "We nln't poor folks at all." "Why couldn't you folks chip in nnd do something for this old tumbledown sehool?" I asked. "We could have done It, couldn't we?" he exclaimed. "I reckon wo Just never thought about It that way," ' 4 Education Pays. The state of Kansas, though less than 'sixty years old, has excellent schools, and her taxable property has Increased at the rate of $120.000.qoo annually during the past ten years, a total lnerease of $120,000,000 In a dee-adThis Is twice the total assessment of Kentucky. The valuation of real property In In Kansas Kentucky la the same class of property la valued e. $1,878,048,700, The. valuation of personal property. In Kentueky was $l4fcMp,aM, while 'lu Kansas It was mOjM.m, nt The tewl assessed valMtleH la km-luck- y awl te Kansas was 2,463,1.8W. the The ikm fHe,9Q V 1 Test at Seutfa Omaha. AYRSHIRE CATTLE. TW IBgaBBppiTrr. . A successful demonstration of the Mff r '1 value of the new government serum for preventing Uog cholera has Jmrt beerf concluded at South Omaha, Neb., The Ayrshire, while the youngest of by the bureau of animal Industry of the four great dairy breeds, occupies For Infants and Children. .PEACH PUDDING. unique In , the United States department of agri- a position culture. The eulcleney of the' serum that she Is the dairy rustier and fills ' Fill a pudding dish, wtlih who'll toolhas been proved many times in the that position greatly to her credit ed puichcu and pour vr tftm lroo past, hut-Iorder that Its value might Her ability to occupy this position re- oujis of water, cover cloculy andbako be broNflht more strikingly before the sults flrbt from her origin. Springing uu'M jwachvs aro tend-- r. Utrniu off people of Nebraska a demonstration from tho natlvo white cWttle of Scot- Mii Juldt) from tho iKtulirvj nrnd Ik I was arranged for at the Union stock land, she has been Improved by Judi- fjl.1 llljrwi fm it. ifti. liv M nil "' Ml, ,, hmbl I. I ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. BJL yards at South Omaha In cious crossing and careful selection, suicid unjil cool. Add to tJho Julo AVcgclnUcPrcraralIonreriU-Pjwith the Union Stockyards company but always compelled to endure the sml!aliiiit)cFoo(fa(IRrtito of Omaha. most rigorous exposure nnd to obtnln ano pirn: awo it milk, four oc small cup flour, which tas i luigUicSioflachsandDfnmor The stockyards company purchased her food as best sho could. This exinqwucr thirty pigs, weighing from forty to posure through long generations has onkj wpspcumui or uaKing sixty founds each; from n farm which developed In tho Ayrshire cow tho mixjd to it, on.j cup ur feugar, oni had been free from bog cholera for necessary strength of constitution to tablu (pjojntiul of nnJtal bwir, a Thcso piga wcro enable her to take up her abode in several years. Eait Boat Well and rour HWa imlx PromolcsDigeslionflicttfur brought to the stockyards, nnd on July any cllmnto and under tho most ad- iuro over Uw puadu-s- ; bakw mud a ncss and Rest.Conlalns nciilitr 23, 1010, four of them were injected verse food conditions nnd still main- nl&j UrcMai; Eimrj wu'Ji crtiini, OpitrntMorphinc norWincral. with blood from hogs sick of bog tain licr position as the profitable daiF 7, tTii " TtECII'E FOR GERMAN KAltTOPFB' I NOT NARCOTIC. o IBtV cholera. Thcso inoculated pigs wcro ry cow, giving the largest return SALAD. K3 placed in a pen by themselves, and for the food supply. Boll, jm1 nnd sl'cu vftlunry (ton or c wim J?ryxofO?JDrV4UfllWEl within flvo days they hnd become reason why tho Ayrshire Tho second Iby4uiSecd , KJIuPIII sick, at which time clgbtccu of tho cow may well bo designated tho dairy tiwylvtf Hindi poiUi'axe; thjii cui ir. JtxSmntt I VPnlm remaining pigs wcro each given one rustler Is her physical formation nnd snntll bl threo or four irkoes of colJhMteSMf jtmcStti doso of tho serum, while tho other mental characteristics. She Is of me- ony n,nd umv wwnAjt ik1 ip dipr, fnum . W-7eight pigs wcro not treated In any dium size, weighing about 1.000 (jfliwli all snedd litivi Aitin aienuvau. n H'mtSeJ- way. The eighteen scrum treated pigs pounds nt maturity, with the perfect PLicj in skllV't onb liirgv spoonful of and the eight untreated pigs wero dairy conformation of a clean, bony flour and stiir until 1 M fmociUi; add to then placed In the same pen with tho head, strong Jaws, broad muzzle, large, atMi Apcrfect ncmedy for Consllpa-- ; four pigs which had been made sick full eyes, slim neck, strongly attached, Uuls a wihuj glati'ful of var.n&a.r nnd 57- mr.ounc cf wcim" lion , aour aioiaacii.iiiauiiuia by Inoculation, EifCl i to head and shoulders; fine shoulders idle perxiia 3 nam Worms ,CoiTVUlsion.s.tcvenslr Tho four pigs which wero flrat giv- at tho withers,, straight back, well uwai smoaai; iU.i a"' en hog cholera all died) and the eight arched ribs, giving abundant room for. Vsavj Ov r firm a minuu to twin: situ ncss anilLOSS or SLEEP. untreated pigs nit contracted tho heart and lungs, and a largo recepta- Jn a Cfjih cf uUt and ivww and oik- lacSurelc Signature or from them. Tho eighteen pigs cle for roughage. ha f i asMoonful cf puiii?; w xt uud which wero given scrum and which It Is perhaps these points that show jtbj o! ry and i Tiw; tihu.i wcro confined In the same pen with the marked. characteristic of the Ayr- - plio- in a dUli NEW YOHK. iiravtmaly ruib J tho four original sick pig1? and with, tho ehlro cow as a dairy rustler. Sho Is vi h an onion and g,yrxn. sick untreated pigs remained perfectly quick and active In her movements, well and were Anally turned over to has n large mouth and strong Jaws, h W COOK PEAS WITH LEAST TUOUi BLE. tho oillclals of tho stockyards com- not at all dainty In her appetite nnd t pany upon the completion of tho ex- eats with a relish whatever Is easlet. I t'.irful'.y waib .thu uiish dK'd uis periment, Sept. 17, 101O. Thk-and most quickly obtained good gras, ' jlis?c.i.-d!nall si&iled outs, Exaa Copy of Wrapper, Tho experiment was witnessed by poor grass or browse and her largo illiruw Into th.'j JkiitJo. thccintauh cokpmt, tw to city representatives of the Nebraska agri- paunch is soon tilted. I WliJii thy are dunv-- , tho odii will cultural experiment station and of the While the Ayrshire has always been" br uk and rlso 4o Jw surfuo , wl-'.Nebraska Swlno Breeders' association kept where tho natural food supply lst (thy Pi.u.1 al4 Hinlt to dij as well as by representatives of agricoukud i!n .UiJs niaiiii-i- r l:uj n mucli cultural papers published In Nebraska. bj t r flavor. The department of agriculture does ' not dlstrlbuto this serum to farmers, . BirraERMILK IOE GUEA.M. but Is endeavoring to bring tho value Ono qiuiit butrn-nnd, oiw pint nlch of this method to the attention of the cr am, four csss, one Jangcup sugar. stock raising Interests in order that $1.35 Boat tigss ud fcugnv ucigvUihti" xuu'.til The Republican and Louisville Herald they may arrange to secure state Iighu Stir in fchij crajn and pu funds for the manufacture and distri1.50 a "y auall punch of soCa In bulHir-nu'- The Republican and Courier-Journ- al bution of tho scrum. Tho government uiOjI d!s3ilI, ' The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democ- rat SJr authorities consider thnt this new se1.75 Utoi mux Avi'ii ass and tugnr. Floaorl rum treatment if properly npplled will to xOsUji and f zx:z Tfcd3 ixcircs mak u result In the savins of millions of 1.25 The Republican nnd Home and Farm onc-tft- lf gullan tfi goel 4cu an uai. If too siwu f, !js-- n quanittity of sugar. 1.75 The Republican The A rehire breed ot dairy cattle PINEAPPLE LEMOX-ADE-. abilis noted for Its hardiness and 3.25 Preparing For Winter. iiIiujUiii1u narli The Republican and Louisville. Daily Herald Peel a i ity to thrive under aiUerso condiIt is n good time now to get tions. g'au or cut in tiin eJ).cus. M'lx wi. hj The 3.25 republican and JJaiiy uwensDoro inquirer rendy for next year's corn crop. f puund of taigtw mid iM; uIc-j- i Saving good seed is laying tho Lot four lemons. Lot Eitand an Incur, O'boro Messenger 1.75 limited and whero the chief object In The Republican and Twice-a4Wee- k first stonqin tho wall of sucr her as to receive nrofit at then until and sjiiln., Add ico and cess. ' 1.75 d a fUw pk-- s of (ptafiiplo. tho pall above cost of production, sho P- The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Take tho best cars not neclias never until wlthlu a few years .JBUjV. , .. essarily tho largest, nlthough fallen Into the hands of liberal feed1.30 fsiUo equal iwai.s f eugrJr and fruit The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. thoso are to be desired If they ers whose pride wns to see what was juico vrti)Kl Jn m usual wuy for aro perfect A. nice, trim, well in tho Ayrshire cow when fed for a Jelly. shaped ear, with rows all as Put iusar Into sJialloiW iui, The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 record for mill: and butter. The straight as a knitting needle and lilacy in ov n and mult I'inninr to records In dairy tests have proved tipped out nicely, will All tho Tin: Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 her ability to resnond to liberal feed. Pineriit burning, l'ud Juloj owm firj bill. Today there are a number of records "id wE3i holing sitr Inj mulled sugar Still another fall Job Is to husof from lL'.OOp to 15,000 pounds of ,or syrup. Whii alm t,wo ntv '.ilior-mltle up the now buildings we in n year and from 500 to 700 ough'iy mux l ai.d dlss2ii.l jrcur dnrjo way or fix up tho old have under guasaa and flat away fto ciwl and pounds of butter In a j ear. ones tho best we can for win'Hiis mahws builtul ol or jolly tu.id ter. We can always, do this betpivv nts skimming and aaiyjful winchter nnd get more comfort out of it if we are not crowded by cold Lawyer. a, ing to piMvViic bolUns owr. The Farmer's X winds and the thought that tard, yolks of toyo eggs,, ono and onc-.k- ii n mpoct au,d Ciaivnudi t'h. Imyg bum.i NAJIHLESS OAKE. 4 ' Ignorance 'of the law excuses 1 Mp InwivaiiL'S. winter is right at our heels. sugar ,ono one firl I'ldlad juut,, cup OniHluilf cup sug,ir, p $ no one. . See tojlt also that tho calves Ricord. tabkapoun nvltud bmttjr. Iav gnains bu!jj&r, oui cup bWNuit milk, tiwo Notes bear interest only when X 'X nnd young stock are getting to thr cur'lm cup icnviiu sivownfuls of baktius pawd r;wihX(.(s of cayenne, 4 so stated. bo in good trim for tho long cold Mix dry Forjulns in the s'ulu or clt&t dajn-pe- n made on Sunday y four cf?gs. Flavor wiitli vniilllu. Tliis onfourth cnii Coutracts weather Just ahead. They will & cannot bo enforced. add yolks cf eggs sliglr.ly a p?jXti of flannel with Ohunih -.V. iiiUili-'of grow faster now on the snme four lavors, I malcm ii,t An agreement without consid- they w.lll Uisflu wUtoi aw ns. nnd (Uv,d bYiten, but;or and vin isar ,vory slow- Iain's Lim'jmcmit and bluul It owr ih ,niku amount of feed than Coo.k ilu dsaibki b-x until nil-tur- o at of tlw jain. mnuvi l& uottMns , T cratiou of value Is void. j. ly. U1 later after tho cold begins to wHh am u,,or responsible for Principals nre thickens. Then chill and gsvulu-all- y botitcr. For aiilo by all drugias. pinch pretty hard. Then Hesh in J enunmem. tho o Iit with ' '?' itirirCrig canittauMy. the acts of their agents. add cn-annd Done cost quite a goou ueai bail l lcl- n- two " sarAflr ut ' if a note Is lost or stolen it S more.' Wh n you buy a balky lionro jiou does not release the maker. He ? wo Mggs, oi3o cup oi wvwicV. uooi: un Th y build basr ialia.n tiliicy know may nJit pay for any liarnlisa, but ; It IiarUJllS 111' VXtSf. innaf nn If If til rnnsldfrntlon who marry upon tJw basis of vu iwHl bu suno to gjt a haltn Thymol and Stomach Worms In Sheep. .MAYONNAISE. for which It was given and the Sonio time ago Joseph 13. Wing sugamount can be proved. B.ttt ytfks of two eggs vwiy llsJi. X gested thymol, n drug that Is used exA note obtained by fraud or add oui lialf &aacioonful salt, nmall tensively and successfully In treating from a peison lu a btute of In. jpliicili of mustard, oiw luibl aixwnful human subjects for hookworm, as a toxication canuot be collected. "X leugar, four ij!iid ibuit-- r possible remedy for stomach worms In Is a fraud to concenl a fraud. It trir, niwl onu alt n ti.iii. Bheep, writes N. S. Mayo In tho BreedSignatures mado with a lead tahtoiwonfula .vinnr, adul In er's Gazette. Tho same thought bad pencil are good In law. Tho acts ""occurred to me, and preparations had of ou partner bind the rest. (nt ulrito addsns tin been made to test it, but a satisfacThe maker of an "accommodn- - 1' tory opportunity did not occur, until tioa" bill or note (one for which ? Jcook in a doubb bol&v uual It fhucU- ' n rady o Caikw frtmi tin recently. 'enw. lio had received no couslderu- The feces of a lamb were examined iflrx) add u wliKnH of Sihj jwo tion, having leut his name or For anv stiffness or lameness and eggs of tho stomach worm found. credit for tho benefit of tho hold- - j K3 Wh.aii It is. thonoushly ohll U Sloan's Liniment gives relief at Tho lamb was given a purge of salts, er) Is not bound to tho person ac- A& WM cup fJf wluppyd on am. TJiis followed by the thymol In gelatin caponce. It acts like massage commodated. but Is bound to nil y dr a line Is xcalUnt fur nil salads. 'f sules. Following the thymol another quickens the blood and limbers precisely as If other parties, Wilw u UfLl for fruit mUd3 a Utitlu purge of salts was given. Doses of there was a (rood consideration. . up lame muscles and joints. 1.MUOU Juicw may bo iuul'd,luivinio out nluo to fifteen grains wcro given, but When applied immediately afa ipuivSionJlonatiJ amount of vin gir. without results. Following tho thyter violent exercise it prevents OHANQE BASKETTS. mol treatment the samo lamb was Liberal Feeding Pays. stiffness. Sj1i Kt nuvitly crams' is, cut tjh.ji In given a dose 'of gasoline, that caused never pays to "rough" stocu i It . many stomach, worms to be expelled I avuig liw hand!.,. beef lrakU eJKUws, Here's Proof In tho feces. From this limited trial through tho wlutcr. Tho best anjJ Mj ch with namiaw liibUm. 10111 for satisfactory that can bo put ou any aulmul Is tho it docs not appear to bo a "I am using your liniment botby Khun wl.li mixod 00111 b, plnieapplj stiffness. I have bought two treatment for stomach worms In lambs. baby beef. It bus been thought mauy farmers that it is a matter of awl maTaga grup b, ewulUH ip tasr.j tles of it and it Is the best I ctr economy to rough animals through tho owl add 6XW " of fcWjrry to uaoh Cows. Charcoal For Mrs'.MARY CURRY, MIUtown.Ga. appetite. winter and then Ut them with the aid baakub Servo ou a fancy jitafto; gtir- Do not oppose tho cow's of pasture In the spring. This, how tiisili with tinllai:, wi'.h n wivt.11 bikmu had a severe pain between my shoulders, and noticing your ai I She knows what It takes to make a veitisement in the street cars I got a bottle which quickly relieved me. balanced rntlou better than any feed- ever, simply serves to set them back cat cimli. iila1. ,. R. D. BURGOYNE. Maysville. Ky. never been found to pay. ing standard.' It she docs not like and has SMALL CUCUMBER PICKLES. corn. If This samo statement would npply to bran dud corn give oata and Ock gallon vinar, should bo uwo hogs equally well. If there is not Bue Is tired of fodder by all means try Uii-oUJ onu and unfxluilf iuunds enough feed on the placo to carry the a little clover hay. A .nuVurt of salt, Ot them quickly and tuur, 0110 cup salt, ono oivd undialf (wo parts, and ashes, ono part should hogs through and tho (X14H torso roddsii cut in Ioo to. two be put In the salting box at least once If prices do not scout to warrant betpurchase of feed, then it Is much oimio s giuuuu oinnuiuon, 01110 ouna. eaeh week. The ashes should be rich onco rather ground nuuitard, ouo ounxvi givuiid lu ebareoal. The cows require a great ter to market them at iu the , gnounld cluvw vo ounoca deal of ebareoal and cannot do their than stunt them by short feed made never winter, A stunted aulmal Wneh cucumbwi) and dipj dn aboVo best without it anybody money. vkuoga-r- . TJioro ts no wcwAdAig. S'.lr RmU For Cattle. nwy bo wull luit www and mM. Grain For the Celt. ' Raw' cabbage maWfta aa excelleot thoroucfily dissolved. CuoumAK'ra niiy U an excellent antiseptic remedy for sore throat, cuts and bruUes. Very A fair allowauce of grain fer the (Md fw: cattle, but It eanuet be safely be addkl any tkuvi. Uso itcmojuand penetrating needs no rubbing. Sold by all dealers. Mrreta, bests eelt Measured In oU U as follows: U4. te biM. MaB), Up te eae year of age, two to three ouK'er v,iih plato, ktxtiAajj buoumbijrs twapliis will, bewerer, be feud Price 25c, SOc. and fl.OO. (1m loi Skun'i book on HotMfOtll, Hog tod Poultiy nt fre. A&btit for betk kereea and cattle If fed peutuh; mm to' two years of age, feur ftw coming to BOtLBO DRfilNfl are' Muaei here b order ! ivepeweda; twote three, years at mw, AN. KOST9N, MASS. . EjUbL B. tobleeooxia eaAtt, . pnwlf ige, mw to eight foweJa it Hktke ffttoe. fteur , pae Unopu mua flavrnnwrt IHmsnttratw Its Value ' HOUSEHOLD HELPS JBL! ' mi1 CASTORIA Always Bought The Kind You Have 1 Bm &, Ki Kig B3'$ Bears the of 1U-il- tf f Wi''''TyTni Signature a .r pos-sibl- (Y In mi m 4f Use For Over dls-cas- o 1 - sst Thirty Years u t OUR CLUBBING RATES, k, k. tliai-onghJ- . andTwice-a-WeekOvensboroInquir- er I orij-ilutl- kii-nlni- o uM-cl- ( ll: Address all orders to ll. THE REPUBLICAN. ome-iha- , tiwo-fdiir- K-a-- ? -- vln-eaj- I f .', J dl lu ' -- tab'iei-ipoouiii- tableu-iicoiiif- ?,"" g ' """'. Ul-biJ- " - "w"" na W3 Relieved Stiff Nech. !$44444j$$$xjsj trik-aspoo- J alte-picr- SLOANS LINIMENT i4 f9i Tr Ome-Wh- C tW0o fl Hartford Rpublicnn. iwwnmg e tew at Hw fonluMM JKArtfeH, Kf.t w "MH mutter ol H Mm la C. M. BARNETT, J. EDITORS NEY FOSTER NEY FOSTER tar the wwfclioww ahoottHg In Mm ) aw wo had applied, a vtta fU Urt to' Urn. Wo trtnw nothof tha Tr-3ming of tfco m em?, but it fa a Gov. WIH-(kof record m '.- -tr WUmiHlllMMMt Folitioeii . AMAZING TihroMAliCHt ton ! tot&mt tWly a mtk mpo: earni$N Dmomtlfc fflNMm it to nnm iW7. wM ont by jsgntl win ot MOmmm a pro- in -Gor-ma- n htw RAMEY , E. DUKE, J. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ' m-sc- pardon to a nunnhor of men of a who pfT3 coRivkiied raona drtous oJfeaMe." iwn a lull andfnao 90CIAUMTQA4MS. Mm 4t mi WHAT WILSON HAS TO AY. Tht Oar. Wttwn. Mrwl tfili x pHtur n nt tra,fttwk; Jtfc Nv J. may i tr cj tin ;s'iJftot ho wim m' u'-ie P4flrantt. Address tTfce M'r II- - wneiy on ene- of .wnrni wmo ot 'in R'aniW1oM UnvA.Bg jiantiea oVjctrd, to of Kce. In Ylortc Sl'al'u &tte pafonfw to.wlrfcA both and soul lcito the kolpbag of tilio Mm utecturing d'y of SctMnwa'ady am oomnil'itad' 40. Cvuaabailo. .!......... boswia wthya ihte It pufolican chose Rov. George R. Lutin m imycr ' RHODE ISLAND RBPiUDLtCAN. ,28. hwt fehoy havo Jiio must Gov. Poiikr, AksolutalyPurm of Rh2i6a by 2052 piunEklMor wnd alowg' wHi him no use for htm xcopt aft el was pftkicd fw a fourth t.bie ccn'mol of fclte.ai&y ojmhisUb and FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17. tkno, and Um Demominor offices. From that UvfrinUva ftfffm .by 7)00 majority, wrid WJ fla his boot) crats fijro realty candi'dais wto dUitalct HorlKsnt Memlll m- - clxi'od minor Riaru'kan frfondj." Ateo ithona will bo no effort by tho b to tho Stato L3glteitiure firai oteSctd, including fho iiwiiaiM incoming fltdAa administration to roIt will ho oba nvod ithat in the Socialist niiomihar of hat boy. Tho of ifa-- As'STmhly. first oiltcmlal raragraiph Gov. Will-so- n vote la Now York City arid tilw o'aia llers froo labor of conivlct labor DEMOCRATS GAIN A SEAT. With minimum trouble and coat bisto asarJy doubljd. 4s takien to adc for (billing Ancfclur Dmccrai'fo ni'.irrAar of, iCon Rihod leterkl, for In cuit, cake and pastry are made fresh, pardon a iwdiito man. for niianoly of tho first iti!"l, a Soc!a''!t brofca im'o gr;sj iwbs si'md by tho e'ca-u'ocrop of DemoNono of Me prua-an- t sipplitod thol &whohad Joa ph A. Taisgart a 3 cOTwrssncn-o'oc- -t clean and greatly superior to the ready-mad- e, cratic Presidential candidates will bo a "vl'io cpAthit to him.," In tho his! tha State Aaoonibly, Dr. t Jcwn s P. in 4dio S corid laiaii? Dh,'irici. variety, dry, found-in-the-shaJJlo to defeat Mr. Tafit in tiho light of parasraiph ipublislied In "tho SAME IS- Redd. In Majsenchunctts, As?ni,bljinia Ra- Morrill, Scc'alliit, was from by 1,350, thus bruaklnig tjhia lost Tuesday's elec'tom ilturai3. is avoided. n SUE OF THE SAME PAPER it .wonand danger of alum food fwni IhlaJi q'ji;Si Havorliill. In, Ohio hi3( Saciallatis pu,blicaa tho ders why tho poor dacelvtad o'cat'd mayors of tho Impan'Binit d- - iNKURASKA GOES REPUBLICAN. Is dollars to pennies ithait It cannot ecu that JJjo wu t!o3 of fjh coming Damocratlc legislature will no Cattoi and Ldma hod nine Iniooiiiiptiqto ruraia lndicarijdi really Ma best frfonda." Well, the lesser ci'dea, -- as follciwaj, Lrain,Fos-tori- a, osnton cf Una R qiubl'can cond''dao enact nay law exlinding thio County only anciwar .which wo can makn to Fall?, for State Supr jno Court iby wbaut Unlit. Mark cur prediction. Barherton Cujai'iosi wpic '1M3 Is to luwito ovary nogro nnjority. Vnutor-daSt Marys, Martina lrry, A givras B a check far $50.00, B dovs land, tho hares in marshes aro vCry it to hold omt Ills t'g far While Mr. Bryan was dipping his Sugar Grove. (heir wild, and bicauso of the op?n and tho mmo wMli A'aeh.diejJCBilfiS Memphis Lady Writes. In Kentucky he soon whl'o roan to tako a shot,w:tli Democratic friends PonnEyivamrn's , oemtcis oh;cks in tho bank in Htu of moijay. tho ajbzonoa of hodgoSj-- or a ptaco ori to tho tho cor.taJn knrawJodso thait JJio alitor showed uaLwiiihir.g lnduarial Uiife lost lils own Stae, Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Emma D. A gains for of tho Ilomld, who la his boat frl 'hd, business lnouso In Bastion, drotws hide, thoy aro wildjr than, ithoeofoiunili! Republicans by 10,000 majoraty. nnd Now CaaM, liil cunlljr of Looney, of Memphis, writes: Willi mt onco nslc Gov. JIaCircary "I suf- on ono in Now York at Eixty ' days' in tho forests. in tho big minijiis' aiidko of last 5tar fered misery rtro pardon him with tlhp Kentucky Democratic paipars undisirg'and- for nearly eight years. sight nnd gH!s his bill discounted. Tho jloc'ied Woltrr Tlur,a ipllnood bralet-ma-n, x confining their talk about fine roewnt ling ithat tun will dioot higher Now York house in rulturn, mojtsirifl Attention, Stockholders! as mayor by 500 plucpiity and Since taking Cardui, I am much stroa actKP'innce by rodnawing on tho BosNonu of tihom Mrno. I'leaUon to llite State. or, and I haven.'t missod a single meal coni'rol of Ihp city Ctaunidl. Kio S All stockholders in tha Hantifonl tho ito worry with ton hbiua. so?m inclined claliit paprf, tbo Frea-Pnes- s Tobacco Warohouro aro'horabyrcn.'naBi Now York. i aaraiy Know now to express my 5MALLH0US figures from Q. What ds fiiho mcanJns of Is to bo assi'od as a dally. Tho lar- gratudo." tho cd to moot at tho court ftnise, HartDon't worry about your Jllsaea Flora and Katlo Rusklll and ger Our Dsaio.irati'.c frlonds, (Who am o quotation "Mad as a Morah Itairo?" city of Rcadijng handy , ca:iped ford, ICy., Wodntsdny, Nov. "15, to symptoms Cardui goes deeper down. Jlrs. Angus Buskill, Moorman, Sam sure about tlKiir ohanc s .for r.ox.t year FViu&ht, A. It doaa nst muan anything. It transact buaimies. mesinic, hMir, tohq. Sdoial- a of CUst'on, ana visfitlng. the 1stSoclal'st torsot (that wo aro liot to Imvo n pro'jractied m.ia'.lng candidoilo for mayor,, bJng only What you need Is strength. Strength Is a corruption cif the original expresJ. R. WELLElt, Pr,-S- . at Equal'jSy ohiurch a fow long ecaalon of a B miocraJtic IIouso hundred vo-- s short of a plur will enable you to throw off fomalc sion "Wd as a Mareh. Jioro." In Eng D. JXRD, Sac'y. Tinos FlilQ'id4,'Cf Paducali, ts a gnosf of Rt2iproganiUi.'JW3 nt "Washington. of ality, whJoh .was roc ived by ("jho troubles and will prevent tho headach his slater, Alra. Zack R2ld. By tlio tlmo it adjourns mbout next oandiida'iea, S'jra'jon. Tho Mr. J. R. Hunter and wife, Miss- Juno tho last clmiiC3 will Iiavo gone Soclalisit vcfo in Ohicaiso rjenad u backache, dizziness and other symptor Oma Maddox, Ethol iHuniior and Mrs. glimmering. that you now suffer from. Candul Sjtii Hunfrar, iwva-.- a,t 'OenliHtown.iFri-d- o. 10 por cant of .the total eagt. In' helps you get it. 9 v liiftxir, tho Socialist-candid- ate Tho cl oUcn is ovor. Now all got for nontenant governor, iisk3d 13. o ready for tho next ol lotion. So it Mrs. Alva Callaway was also at g My Mother. only a fow hundred voo3 of d-- f 0 Tho coum'ry Is cureod by too many Smallhous Friday. tho Domcoratlc caadldaift' Paco !o acrcd,ashos! or loo much elostions. No wo are Mrs. Robert HuntiT wa3 a gueit of 0 Emiba'jnodin nuaniory's shrino, PHILADELPHIA REDEEMED. not snjing this because wo lost. Wo Mrs. Cass Morton. Mra. Rabont was No doriscr can tho muekier'a Jlbo nit No namo so daar as mo'.hr.ir's,. eald It long before tho lao election. the guest of Mrs. C. T. S. Ovortoa. No lovo so near di'Aln.. 4? Our Stat and coumty tkctlons should 'Mrs. So'ih Hurti'jtjr mas a guaat of bar Pennsj Ivanda's grxat iniduatnltl l Rov. J. W. Turniar. 4? havo fcrco or point , since oithcr lake placo wilth tho slsttir, Mrs. Ijou-'j- Golger whrV.o MIsais ccunang ci ho rates ca,srt on "We Maddox and Hunt r diwad wl ih Mre tho or Gongrossional tloctiona of Are You a Woman.' a liio,o n ru:it (.Tory R. P. Bennott and would tLijn at Calloway ru'sday dbcloecd tho foot Jdut cl ar majiavty tff 4797 bad ban east athfr'jxar. Baltimore, Ma. Mrs. W. H. Ison, at rocnly. ? J canid dato 1419 Mr. srod Mrs. AV. M. Addtngfcon for Rudolf B'aalcorjbung, East Madison street writes, "For AVilll tho Hartford Hvald iilmaitoll of itho irofonm I&"ytxno amd D imo- aro visi'irg friends and rylatlvifs in down tlio public Just what "low oratic pan'o3, a3 mayor avyr ?G orgo several years, I suffered, off and on, BJonvillo, lad. trdcl.s" wvtro rwsanlod to by tho Re-from womanly troubles, until .Anally M.rs. Janws Kitting'' r arid Mrs. Ro- - H. Earlo, Jr., 13 flniaiua.tir-i)nnndb- y publicans at Ilantford aloison daym Uw ivgufar Ropublloan onganfiaij icn I was taktn down and could do noth We are always ready to meet the baccah Tiohonior .wuro marilod at the 0 ordor to pravenit Dniooav's from voti homo of thobrtdo Sunday Nciv. 12 cononolUtl by Sanajcr Penro,V- and ing. Tho pains I experienced, I shall ing, or any tracks vhuah w c cv- - iv- of any season. We offer good, Li ifas tlio lo,cal coijaotor combliw. "Cor never ;by Rov. Rks-cCunSls. .Ilhis forget. I lost weight until 1 atorod 1o fins!, by Uso IJoiiwciaiH to ? C'fi'h nmtiLmciral advouilurei for 'Mrs. rupt and coEitcmttid," this otty have lto.-ItoiniliUfftiw from vouIuk. T'hit. was only 6kln nnd bones. I boiler o been, hut ojriraindy can not b justly sound and economical protection thj eo:ond for Mr. Klxire,r and all times ci(inj, Avlulcfli thfe H-Is a y. ao dijsartbrid Tho national I would be in my grave If I had not 49 , aid uiako3 in a w ho'jtjsaVj inanai-M- and jo'u like Mrs. Ison wavo of pnogir'LUs.vio'sm has r ached tried Cardui." Are to humanity. leoplo out in tho coum.ry may think Mra L'iwis Fulkoraon was theguoat ovn Ih'ls canoaiyatlTO Republican city weak and discouraged, because of of Mrs. D'iza J. Hudrctn, Hujtfoird, 49 Rapubiuani In IlarMand clubbvt.1 Dean Blanktanhong has an uDfiujsyonablo some painful ailment? Cardui' will 49 Our Millinery Department fully Saturday and Sunday. oomts fironi tho polls, it it go jVifaranec. help you. Try It today. Any drug49 Mr. ljdwiis Fulkorson Hart- napistoi'iicin es a sjiciro Iijt 'jto iiubMc r iih. Aloaig willi hhn Iho rVjfonm nMVomoiu gist will, bo glad to soil you a 49 out our general policy and offers to the ford ind ra.urnod Suniiay. truth. c 49 Mrs. All ui Buskiid, Mioonnan, is tho awiept MItcliaol J. Bryan jn,to otflc bottle. 49 as ciy coliciltcir, but ub3 n3t or The ofeo'Bons lure" Tu sCoy .inking guot of rxCatlos Hmi. the VELVET HATS-LA- RGE and 49 aho local lickot was oloatied by 'the nrv not ro gnwd tho county ow, thf-ir-e Republicans. From all quartuw "I do not hollovc .of SMALL-FE- LT is any.other For for tho I) niocna's nxt yi'tir. HATS in all sizes and in con- instancy Nmw York shows a doc&tol modlolno so good for whooping cough tho counitiny cama miesigs of 49 gra ulaiJon to B'anloemburg on it)io r Questions and Answers Cough Roniody," iniclinaClcn to ij urn tp utk Rpulbli-ca- n as Chamb irlain 49 the leading: colors. Mi JiyslsJpi'urw writos Mrs. Fraorts Tmrpln, Junction, djnipi.on ot PhiladaTphia firom fold ly ol ctlng a 49 ?r . ranks of tho unrMgen.'ra'je. iLU Fpli-ot- o largely IVpiibllcan In bah Jnani"Ji3?, City, Oregon. This remedy is also.-u- n 49 trimmprl in HAlb made and ...u..uvu. w dun jruui - ,1 aw wired ithat it was a tn'umirh for dild lilo Now JVsrs-jwdilli Mary- suriwsEod feir colds and oroup. 49 For o goad cditizenshiii). land oJic'itl a RipubWcan Gonvrnor, sale by all druggia-js- . m individual It is our aim to make each STUNNING BLOW TO TAMMANY. Q. What Is thi3 origin Of tho word for Jro fJ;reit 'tiino in 15 y. ars. Now In Now York Stato tho Itupublicans "Dadlar?" ifcxlco olKsctfcd a 3(?glsiiniv3 Republias exclusive as possible. Your Sherifl's Sale. may & can on Joint ballot thus asuuiung two By rosulntd a majority of tlio A'-- tably A. It 13 a coiriuptlon of h)o word virtuo of Excu'don No. 134 dirt- - of inoarly two & to onM, and tlio G. O. Thialar, h d,rg ramod fmom sUier lihat Unlttl Slates S natcirs from ithat vc od to nif,wHiih isbUixl fnprn tlio Cliark'fi P. ljadors Irtieiriprwt ithdls iiuiu your neignoor s. now Stato to ho Ryimhllcani sldo. as a want of como from Joachin's tlial (Sit ilcoo -Office of tho Ohio Court, in ludorgSmoni of Tafit7 a'jtliowsih Rhod-- j Is'nnd wient Jtopablloan iiUvng tho is- ln's Dale) In Bohamaj From dt wena 49 WARM VEILING to keep out the cold. Darin) is & Bro. againct i cr than iuua.1, whib Miaixchu.sis' fat or of E. P. sues wiine Jangijly local. But tho re- teuod silver pieces known aft 49 James McNutt, for uiio enm ot $100.02 sult & sIiowkhI Rietiubll&in ul citing eaina, In Now York City, whicma ttio wa 49 'wMch Itfxr was aibbnavlated FANCY VEILS to protect-th" face. Itepubllcan Stata UckUt exQec)t Gavor-no- r. with dnirost from Jumj 20, 9101 and of Charles F. Murphy and his Tam-num- y Into the wond "Dollar." 49 $9.23 cost ciKdu'nJ. toy $C27, Nov. 12, o 49 organilzaitton iwos rud. Jy sllioslied Bo it wijl ib s-- if fihat th AVIATION CAPS, in whites and colors. 1901; ?u00. May 11, 1S05; $3.00, Aug. Q. In a conversation reoanJy , I 49 by tho Domocna'tc wnv which Mtruck tlie fug'oa forca 12, 1903; $2.00, Oat. 13 1905; $2.00, mos 44 conn'j-takes on eomo nutional s'lgniricanicn hoaid tliat PortJand, Orngoin, lasb yuw has alivnlj' btjgun HEAVY WOOL SCARFS, in whites Jan. 13, 1900; $5 00, Jan. 29, 1907; $2,0 It is (thought io fonesliadjow n ohanigij namoil jby luck, can, jou toll wlhot 49 to roo.de. and o Feb. 21, 1907; $4.00, AJpir. 16, 1907; i Injtlw DjuioonaUc Ijad.iraliii) tor tho this moans? blacks-e- ach Tho K jitucky ljnM)tsra's tvr.m llko-- b $200, Junlj 12, 1907; $1.00, Juroa 23, prosldontial 50c, 75c and $1.00 till! icannraign, and already a A. Thb citv of Pontltinil (to gut amto a Kinall row ovor "who 1307; $2.50 9, 1907; $3.00, JXC a fight Is on to tliait uml. Tdw thoolt oui iby A. L. Lovsjoy, of, Mamohu- - 49 Everything did lit." One writer wajs it was tho 29, 1307; $2,00, Oat. 12, 1908. I or consisted in and W. Pkiityficwb, of 49 comfortable , and - B a big reduction tho fino "Kal'an hand" of G n. ljroy ono of my djpui'dos, iwdll, on Monday former Tammany niajoritilcB of Uh& Mailm Each Mlintod to niumo It v 49 o and HaJny whioli tuiciblcd tho voitns Into tdio fcunth day of DoawtoT 1911, at stylish can be found in our stock. tiholr nothfl jiloo j Lowjoy, 49 oandt-da- ,t actual daf-.a- t of Ita Judicial Uwj ba'kot. StllJ another I o'clock j. m., nit tho Count Iloufb 0 49 Boia'oni iwhllo Pei,ltygroiij d, s dn BnookJyn, oio of wiham, Wil-lo.- s, y, ipl9jl0 wrVjer Un tlia CouninJi'-Journdaar In Hamtrond, Ohio CBiunry, lontland. Neither ould Dlvo 19 was ohanstad with usinlg a $10,000 declaiHB It was MlUtoralro Mayo who expose to PmWIic etalo, to the bnibo 49 In to tlita o'Jn r-- Finally it was to iget a owmlnotlon, ' 0 "turniod dhio ami th'Jrv Is c'y high nt bidder tho following iyrpi:rty 49 ito toeB uip h. penny, and PortllttJo effont to dlsgulao Urn f.aej that (or o mucli nhweof as may ba nfcies-fiar- y OHIO REBUKES ADMINISTRA71ION. land iwoni. This famous piiiiny la aoflv 49 But i moat unltinsJost out of all 49 It iwns wi'ih u Jibo'ial uaa of Ins "barto satisfy Piailv'Jlff3 dibt, interngalna1; tluo Taft adai.iniLj'ja'vition tswA la tho j? Ixeton Lt Mr. P'jtygrovo'a .49 rel." Mr. Majo Is swM to la worth est mid cctat)j son, of Washing'loin., prlncliwlly tvaped tjwnly iu!UIunB, A coiVala hit of ground, Jlijdns and Ited ito tha prtlsldient's homo cl'y ' and homo bitaba. in Cunplninotl,, wihiero Q. Ana foneJgn viBSjle rt'qulneui to 4S wlioro ho had not sown. S.cin yi nis bli.g In Ohi'o caunty, Ky., Mi'h all 44 luo kvia d Jnrga sjoMons of land lmprovcmKailts tli' iroau in thu tawm of Mr, Taft wait to oasi hla voto for tho fdy tho U. S. Flag wtei eajtailng a 49 candidatits of tho Republican, ongani-zat'o- n ixrt dn this couatry?' i iilucky, at ))rlais f.ir In Eatofa Ih.'av.r Dnm, Ky., Eoid lot twins 0 49 conitnol'iwl by thlo frliendis . of A. No. It is oua'pannry to tlw aq'jual worth, whUdi Mas In hMAimir 49 front and running hack 170 fo--t Boss Cox, Hiry T. Ihwiit, Demorat, for Biiamjcratocaiiy U. ffeot (dxipnlvinig tli Itmd ownor of Ida and locaicil on tjbo East eidw of Mar-nafl, flog at tho was cVaob-- l mayor by about 6,000 tilun rortap as Str--t-, lirst dcui'Js. Sixui this land prov-b mat'iar ijf which hitiworioiiat It fronts, and olity dviar Maj'ior SojiiHtib, R innbHoan. cpiun'ia4y. to bo irloli in coal doposits ami being just South cf and adjoining Mr. Mayo oh lot No. 1 ,ia block M, viz: ki fact It It was yvjaiilt id 'how .TUft to 1906 Imd ' Q.rWhat la liia p,rtg"lu of "Robbing luo liad brought itiio UHluilgh is Immediately nt thoEoatcindofi2nd n pudUii'md Cox tin hiis Akron, tra.ljaji. i of his follow men. Now ho .Hs Stuvot. Boflrg ho smho pivavnty ccm- - Again ilio CHy of Cljpretend, wluloh Poter do iwyi Piul ?'' oo o'oct.d a Republnsin A On D,OJJnbctt 1540 Uio Abbey io ou u tlio onjtlrd S'a'o polliUctilly, Ho vwjod to Jainsij McNtijt by J, p. Bar two OIwjoJi of St. Pob v, Whrt'nilnM'wILtm will ho a candidajo for Urfjd Btatt nard and V1A), by d, led, iltuiwl Mtwxh mayor, Baohr, over t$ut Mb Tom Uohu den, ws iby joyal pal'j.iMt'BdvwiejidtQ SuMiar two xura iioncc. and it (.viU 30, 1903 acid of rvieord in deal book son, on TWcedy tino polWdosl and foCTinr of Biota 1 ossoedata of John-33i- n, the en(lty of a Cathedral, la 1650 it Iw a hard fall for orgiaulsol labor is 30, paj 32, Ohk Oownty Clcrii's of-tNqwtUw D. BaJccir, DrWcnat, iwhs Wiss J'odnKl do tho docoae of IjrMijdon, ho tlo.u nat lM.nu; a union man .nan ltrtlwJ upon sm tho proruity of oliaotisd major ovw Fmaik Hoin. and oaoald'eBTftblo of thit .was lnliv-w- . ot Iiis Jajnoi McNu'ti ajiproiirtai'ied to rbiiotritig St. Wo carry tho best line of Groceries and Shelf by from 20,000 to 250O0imp-JorilDwuV TVrnw: Solo .will bo injftde on a HIS FRIEND? Tho onlgbial unvijrtoi in tho country, Wo make ' crodU of 0 niojrfhs, bond .with apnxv-t- d it a specialty of giving you bet- - " was, "it nut nwt to lob St. sdcurtfy rwiulrxd, bwlns Mxtytt As a iiRtfe eatnpUi) or eomo inoro RHPUBLIOAN WLNS MARYLAND. IVr's altar In oidiar to build are for ter values for less money than you are able to get elsewhere. Jaconfiffatoncy tdw foUqwlpg cWpk)K At tli w(kj ot 0 iKir outnt. PbluinB Lm tu r- - St. Paul. aiwoin tf &t kor imbUean oandldate i, for Come and inspect our goods and token from tlio Ihuwcnl H"nJd from diiy of skt, asd having 3& us quote you the loJl aovwnor of "ef'Nov. 8: amd iJfiut of a 5wvilni bond. ' Maru'lAsd, was eloofeed by about Q. What Is ifche ineanteg of "Kite- - oet cash prices. See us before buying your Shells, aii'd p. Gomiwi, Dmjeomt flying" In comawaUcB wMh "Gov. WUteon refused a pa r- VMnafB my hMl fchfci lMi dy of ovw Mwuxalal the place is the . Am to our ICyto Twhuno, ,. nUhonah tto Sdwte IicaMttitnin (rnsUi maWMiB? Novuhrr 1911. , Dwiitte, who bat w4'ibw- T, It SMflKiiO. Dwiworftte. Tha RopultolfattW" vtotoy A. it to rm-Vutm&ag && lSt3 By S, 0. KBO WN, P. 8. ( aUrttHicd buly toHt& Imt- - w:a itowe wlo ao fuAds-la- j , ehculd bo daAudiad CAndikWjes, all communications Hartford Republican. to "It Ithds B3.BW lata day straaD that tba A ?ro oijs'jionfl wife Jw'd on, ItiMMdajr l r-- tMmm (iU a mtrprietof tato ot.1 vottiw eomry yttnei r. lr'o can to mma&x him body (or not a fetus awaWtet-part- a.',rrbd it j ta ia C'f h' x. H kok fotmnd wHJi In t,i i, iy tt) next nWc m a tesb vu i tau titit'iotlr mftr r,C Om tiiyioftia. fw ".. lw Baking Pa RoVal HH Makes Home Baking Easy op ej in dl-gHtlc- s:d "D1!' 10,-0- 00 t-- , an ftftftft55AS5ft54ft5ftJ 5SAS55? D-J- at-in- hr mo-tropo- Cold Weather MILLINERY! at V - o Klt-tlns- w. jt to-da- carries iu-n- D-i- trade S all - ' e; g taste. hat -s hat n uiiicicui "Joacli-ini'jhalnj- r" e 3 k HoiHit-Rttpubllci- -- Fnt that's af-b- 'd, sug-gdsie- al KJjn-tuck- nl to-w- lt: E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. ao b1-Jo- w frt rd d m cuiis-quon- Uy se COME TO GROCERY j(-a- ia br y. HARTFORD COMPMf r la For the Best of Everything in our Line. HardwrJ w aoWi.-ijtToui- I 3S,-W- W lt Ahr a tbMk. HARTTeiD i GROCERY COMPANY. lL. SS AMwwwy Oitto C. rM. bmtaMsi COAT SUITS AND CLOAKS We want to explain to you why our Coat Suits afcd Cloaks are having such a run at present. Our Coat i4;tfciJ Htk. S 11 n, m ouiis are an xl. lat . iL'vi est Eall and wie lu ML T'Lf Winter InMM fflP1 styles. Our materials are the latest weaves. Our garments are all lined with a guaranteed satin lining.' Our prices are guaranteed to be tile lowest. Our Qloak stock is the greatest in the country. Styles Prices will interest you. t itaM Mr, la Owwrftoco taut John W.!rr of ZMm, rtwet4 .wtetfc. uMtca r vvv yWvvvv44Vvyvv o'rt' a ffrla FARM TOPICS. O Mr. C. h. BMfcX ami hniHyMw flaw (wra ed from lihla oity to Wjwox. Whten you sant AtnwiunWon Gune, caM on U. 8. Carson, ho 4c jr or n, AAAAAAA)MAAAAM f BE GENTLE WITH THE HORSE. WihJIo 4iho eutnmur nm U.Wa down and man fok tho grniinful shalo of tho tro'te, tli-- 3 cool of tha pahks andJ Iho comfort of Indoors, tfitak of tho hcraj that pcunds tho gray fixvommia of tiho cly pro(ty w 11 bound cpwii'jli clutih, ibro chtag, hip a'inaais, tra? b, cn.Uar strap, brJd'o, mantoBali and oMiior with a licavy lead .bihlnd Wm and porhnya n nono too tlioughful or coxsldi rai'io ddvxr on lh?uf lStf Shot Guns, Shells, Ammunition, for s1e iby, U. S. Cirsora, ttho rtc, ISif ' Mrs. Lion Rosems, of Lexington, iwae tiho guos ot hr.ir paren,'B,' Mr. and jMrs. J. S. Reynold, of Fordsvllle, neounit-i- y. Sjnd yeur arduns for any Magazine J. Noy Fosor Kt of Magazine given, ter and your orders will bo ' prompt ai!Acmib!on. It HartfordToaanp No. 202, Woodmen of tiie World lajll '.iniVrntpiIn tho tosn-bcr- 3 and ithclr famill-- a RUurdny night; wibh mn olagani suppor. If you should not eot a catalog of Wo our Xmas Goods, ask for on want you to got ono. OHIO COUNTY , 17tf DRUG CO., incorporated. Mr. Will Nnwtatt, mho was so injured sovcrnl wwoks ago by falling ofif tho Rhonda s'jotc. Is much bettor, and ably to (ha out on tiho eor-icus- ly '. M .. up-to-dat- e. ' ' this, and bear in mind that it pays to trade with a 'house that saves you money. Remember ggPiano Coupons Given With Every Purchase kv rMo. All klnda of printing done Republican; office. 17. - Lot Dobbin 'take ih!s tlnnj. Lot Mm In ih--3 chado of nho tmsn. Kip a wA spongo onhs poll and ccol tils ho ad ad'.ih uoiV.ir oi.ti n. Lo biai dirlnk as much aa ho ftill pnvido wl lot ihlm dnink of.n. Ila boocb a isvni, doal of waitr uup.ng Us work an hyt udajis. He soon gois thlrs'iy aDjor bj- gilnnlng hb work, ftr tiho uoraa Csj s not defalk woil tar.y ln'oh? mcrnilns A light oureiatia on Otto LJuad eav Uw hoiria tuiifrxing and iho ownor man. y, Lo:nuao Loja-.ara idaib'o to Eunstrokus and h-- ait if.trolto. Tl.o ifriod- 'lng ot ho:sco fhould bj given olcao Tlk) ajtviiiUcn in tiho hqt monito. CfJfc Lar.ea. Mrs. JtB Duko and ' dainglilticBVMisa Biro r.a nr,o full cl farUhlUil, ki p the horja itlioA nuKi 6 it a bfte of giroei V rna Duko, havo mav-:forajio In summier and do net tbt a nesldonfej an WashlnetKin HtinoJt, mjajh fiwd j3 o.'iteni. as nrcd,il. ItheKs Bmin-j-r ooni'ily vaeat id by Rwv. J. W. .rw 'poor hors b tihat cum tmu tlhwir and family. .Bhsoa rcimoifiil joar's end to yiar's nwy Wo will duplicate pn!cet3 for for a foot nag. Igncimince' of tho Magaalno or sroup o Magazto.tf dEfo?. ond 'horco cDkin costs hiorai cn,vors larso od by any jwpu'si.bj aemoy. Wa.t ioti sum3 of monoy. my largo, now fall coituilctg. J. Nttf ' lit tho spoclal n porit, cf dlaaiTCS of -, Fosior, Magazine Subscription As1:!'th a ihoreojiubUatiodiliyi;iho Bkipar'mt3i'-o- f t cy. Agnculjuro is tho foUorwtag rft'- Why souid away from homiio for O'our, graph on troain mi fcr tnino'iroko. Mago4in.-- s ,Prlod'xial3 of NyWiSpaiptira hwi- - stroko or heajt exihauq'ficn wihon thoy can b3 onddivd night h'.Oj i "Undor mp akwima nino Is H hltnl- -' in HaiMford? Gidt o'nb pni0J3 from J.J loWJns rooraulsaibh In nuncitncikifu Io Subacaiipitiiciui Niy Foolur, Magazina ico'id (wm'ar tihouW bo ripplicdi to Agency. tf - .ot loi tho 'head and alor.E tiho splno and liii Haafjfoirdi ScUiroM cji 's SIawILo half an unco of carbcrxito of Ammon wUl ba open for balances ni.aat aion-l- to , ,tCafcy dx Cluw day, Tuyjjday an,d V'tdureOxy. BdH sUvn ta oaa iplnt va. tea: ml your Xmas Pbcfco3 modta on LiliCiU'id ibj tJioi m.wj UjIKBi u j L lt I t.ir tliiS3 days, ioX itha horde from a flios-or' ath'oiTwiao EMORV SOHROET03R. lStl ; TMs elhould ibo .n.vj osni lir.iii id un.1 "float e -d ot. i? '' o SAVED! Exclaims nearly every one. of our customers as he pockets the change after purchasing his Fall Suit. Do You Want to Save Money, Sir? Very well; then compare our $10, s and $15 Suits with the suits other stores offer for the same money. Don't compare the prices, as prices mean nothing 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, if you do, we try it and see-fo- r believe you will come here and buy your &uit, put the change in your pocket and shout Just like the rest of our patrons. Investigate. Remember word; investigate. the "SAVED77 nj,. qj d Hartford Republican. FRIDAY NOVEMBER v "" - at V- - Table: At Beavor Dam Jy.-- Hon. R. E. Los Slmmcrnran was in Louisvilla this week. 0lIrs;"T); ' A. Addlng'on, .wiho has bdn quite Btek, la improvilnig. Aftiorniy G. B. Lttajnis firramiciflctd businaaa Jn, Owmsboro, Saturday, " No.ia2(U8 Norlli Houiiil. No.lJ2auel2:2.8p. :0i m. ra. o.l02dae5:49p.ip. Moiilli Uomiri. No.l21iiull..'5n.ui. No.tol due ftlSp.in. No. Ul dunblS?. m jh.; ' M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. L. && N. tlmo card effective Monday , ) " . No. 'No. , ' rNo. No. '' Aug. 21&t. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 n. dally except Sunday. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 p. dally except Sunday. 116 South Bound duo 8:45 a. dally except Sunday. 113 South Bound duo 1:46 p dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE Agt. m. m. m. . m. ! ''. t v Guns! Guns! : i .:; mif? .. ilUV iUst received a large line of -- Tar I Guns. Ammuni- - Shells, Etc., p'ctfully ask you to 6CO tho largoet it line of Shot . ever ' in rtford. V r. Ancl Ci Lowest. Uj l, son, 'ilrCy;. ' Tho horco i!s not a inachtai Hi and tlwy will srend a tow jlays In Is a vary complex and ajismUvq organ fwr ism, and tiho Ut of milin.ir.m iuv.un thait city. Tihkiy will itil.n Icbivb Bruni'ir wililch to tiuffors or iuiy taKrlii fis a Contw, Texas, iwhno Rv. (D. C.) Tani33. Ions wJH ilocato. FOOD ON THE FARM. of "Bill," ith3 oid" Xainlijriior&i If farmors do mat iha-vpaino food. Mr. A. V. Rowain, of the Hlufflln (neighDnlnk Dr. Shoop'a Htalfch Coffee-SolTho it ds baaauao th ty do ncjt ryiftV nmttt borhood, tKiod Monday nigiht. a. Groccay-niaby U- - S. CUraon, itho had it Tlia.fanm duios nmt airfcind lihu vaanilmail was 29 ycoTs o'ld and lStf . boin owned by Mr. Rowumi for 2C riety ihait ia aanitaincd in any Htoiria Miss ItonrfoSitn L. Gutonttor ha3 On .Mr. Rowan's wnddins day In town, hut It dos aiffcird ipie gnvy!. prnd Ciwcintj:'a'a,aud tho vari ity during imuchl from a. ibriot 'Visit in Owxms-borho droYio iha sam "Old lilU," wheal Mr. Rowans' eon, Niiy, maTjlad ot itho year can bo a gauoit tus a Jiiam i do3lno3. Evory farmr uan ihavo good vlitilng ha also drow Who Kama (hoj, Mrs. , E. T. Wililama is hor Blfttwr, Mns. . JL. Karneis, of Benitlno last dibt tjhait bPca1, if ho court d tho n'eitit kind For mmo moason " ton, Ky ncoieis ono's attVnitJoin Is that dua of a girl. Ho can havo puna watwr. If he has located tho well in tho right wbll brolca bird Udo BuwapBipvir for subscription. FOR SALB-Oi- io ns placo and (kpwps it pnopcffly jkrcitcotud. dog. lor us iwo 'havo nbout BAN KING, layial a Mat In thnit iwp.iwt as any Ho can. haivo good ham anid ogH or Hantford, Ky. v14tf bacon. Ho cam havn wJioto milk, on. nowepaper in tha county. TO.lare afiv Bkim-mil- k, Tiha hunting aiason is now anid but-torbutleirmllk, or-,nbowovica' rwho havo net iroJd Gj3t ypur outfit from. U. 0. CarsonAho a of tho ,b.&U Ho can .havo. all t4W(t al'itKjni'inni to tjh dr doUnquiead'es Grooarymam lStf I tbio fnuitis and vosctniblcB tlhat nay iiecpcct iWhlch fjao Wagon & in that "Dr. R. AT!Nifa'Jisor has rtumned' Uwy man would wan,f, if ho inill taiko oaro mands, and wo hapo that wh-;from Hoaard, Ky., wh:ix( ho Iitid been n.ad Ihis thoy will at onco write a of tlia sanlioni and orchard fciimselfta-st-.a- d visiting hi 8 hrflithur. of looming it to tilio womjn ohosk and mail tamo to tiils paoivir, and or while In town tomonxifv conua to folks. In addi'jtlon to nM iMb, Jio eon .Mr. ondMrs7T.J. Montpn, eihlldn.in, or Island, Qy., visilMd liaw frvsh egti and pnml'jry. this office, and s'ltible. JThn Jarnwr ait ao'ivo work haro tihla w lalt . Mrs. Utitb dififujiMiit ba'hina d nai'Jon tnoan Tho Utfite eon of Mr. ami Mrs. R. A. NoEalnajT haa irtdturniad MruaweU, John W. Taylor, William from a visit wl'fo nslatjlYcs In O.wons-bor- o dilod hraro Siiturdajr morning about Id; -- tho ordi'inau-- nui in Lwviu Ho id put-Uon- - .pgy foitah a giijat cl 0)1 of and McLcfuii coumtiy. Ttois doming ilvi annua x acti'son; h?nco ho 30, aXter six wvhUb illiuSss. 'R, W. Tilneluy ratunicrt to school ovwr Mr. a harpy homo tho thtidow of can uaa mscu fat nuxi-nioiy tatat Laxingipn, Saturday inonulng nfbcir antih;r WitiUa gmvo has fallen; and ter than "'dm man who andnot tnsog-o- d is sponddjiB siowoial daop as ttnathr has taid It Is wondurful in' ocXto outdoor, (cniploym-ju'- . Ho county, hfm long a shadow a UtUo gravo can nixiJa thd3 i!o Mr. W. iTTBlalr, ot Fiko furnfrfi itihio orjlcirlcs of 111., has mnrlvd h av and will stwnd throw. Thte ibfau'.iiful baby lifo was encigy; andif lio vill toiiiii Mu ponja so pnoiious, so f rough t iw'Jth blfclngs tha wlnJjer htflp vtti'Ji nelaU'3. thio rojuKmni wiill not liiLni. Hon.. A? S. j'.Bonn.itt iMturmtd to to.hils jianeoutis that ho sadnJed a filqw-Ho can Ij61y wait mucli of paradise ix?rnnlttcd to bloom by mono than th'4 avomg) o'Jy mtun. mwnding LoutHU, M.onoay aBtw Uholr slide, itilion ctttalUjd to its no-tlSunday w&th hls faster, awair (own. Ho Is liable, hsiwavar, 'to int unptir-anc- o rotwl skies, kavJn tho oaiitilj in dninkiiiff. Tho far-ni- l r dninks Mr. Ihwibwt Ri4ph, of Louisville, th-ilnditMd. dark and lonely. 1; and if h3 iiaa un a gnoait lco anid Mr. W. RJitft HaWi'cr, of Lexing- - for Union-buiwi- n, TJ10 runwulniB wore taken to houso, Ui to otrt to drink 03 water, T vJaHcyl itth-iMnenitu ItUrit Axbk. and wiiioh U not go:d for amy onie.tai Ind Satiurdiay oflt.irnoon, W'md- Hoii Mr. Mack NisjwMnan itviturmid tho iatvrnHmit took placo Momday or en thj fariii. Ho is liajb'o to bwf Ky., lOqt'ay nteht from Majf:.ild, cenw top iwamn and vry tblnyty and a im hd bow, v'Mtkvg vM'iyce. drink ca;cuiy and hmco Hoo much. Tlt3 hoino juaKT tUKtikB ifoj tho wewy avIUi ttoad Cough, hut n't Ag io drinks, thon3 fa no'Jiinis bu'itw of thu plaiw.and to Hranigar and got a (battle ot Koktf'e Ifonicy ilUurtra-totlio spirit and. cnitoniHilsci than buttcirjnilk, and as 'a rulo tho Tar Contpound 'wt OWo CounityBme pocfl:l by Blue. mop!. It te always farm furainhfoa plenty of lit. 0q tiliould IGtf Co. thq w;tll to b.fltr in nuind Wwrt, MiwlJoiy for not ibo ueod loo cold, but about Typewriter paper in all grades, type 'hanictt and rja ' for buwlmusa luovcff pkik ttjinp;nai!Uro i& cold writer ribbons and earbon paper for loit dictad (ow, and it te lnnl,l a Farnwir. sale all the time at The Republican oiad town wiat tla: aimt va moral MU and filnaaolal Hijipoit to a foifety wH office. ItStartled the World. 'When Una aabaumd&nig claims wcra It yiou ktvm wot bought any of our coaduod liomo ifrewspapw.. Cfid, Mxe .you doo i;xt Unto The iun who WHt out do milk and Nmt made for Buckteu'a AtJiAcaSalro. ypu waiM; eetwlf, Vto Hm. OHIO mi dawn on a bouUkr In Ww mkddla buJt forty ymm of.wpBtlwftdi owva QOUNTiY PROP CO., Iaoowpowi'.!. of thw ipwjMire and watttotl toe ttrt oofw lw.v irowtl Owjn truu.aiwl oMtw heiv Mowro. JoJh Q. JMr aind LueWi to Wk u), wtw a bfoher to thw retwi. it is now knoiwn us ttiBOxst Mlva on Pw-vmwho bent a store and wnawklnU adhw- - HWh for Buret!, Boils, 'tSealda, Soa. Utut Booucr, .who ' nif Iia hirtitiiitla hem .Twiy mi Uaa Vfcrinn iifi'h IMtliUniuilcaiuJ Uojllf tlttk itkui Cuts, Unuteaj, Sprats, StWngw, Bc TtVll1)l it I'bopjad Imuuiai Fwmr CalbeMH UUbLah yfaivmtinVf Uti ywittniW oiva d PiU OvAf.JXc at . M drug bo joined by Mrs. Brunor, and) faniily, d o. i ly all Jula-tilvies y ng t . opu-fflt lu-Ju- ro er vq ir wpjtuir.-WaH- .110,Kiiiisyj3jujmpi..ttiai;uak3 is dowm tia 103 ipfljaaid mo'jlngj FuTarwdLuX lf h,s Etdsk fiucdcin elkUbopaito banrpifatf .if ml& aad npiplxat!cn oX' tuXl Nciv. qaimphor o:ton yfod bocxJ npulB-TIiuwill bj on Ttuislckiy tor adrainrlstrai'jlca of UiosiimulanCjs should 28, nod aid members ai3 inyited . ' ba naFeatkjd in on liour tf th,j puUu bring thgr wilv & aalaryi ca-- not b.icomo a'lKinGWr nad ctowts. $80.00 per month stratight , to, mem with rig, to ln- - In oMihcr oasa whkjn rvjacliuoai has and our Poultry Itomijcllc.3. Don'ttcumjd ipnaparaticmis of Irani anid sanor-answibusinidss. al tonics may 13 glvsn diunlng coavail-Eureunless you iroeam, Poultry Food Mfg. Co. (Incor- -' dsaenico. SulFha.t3 of Inan, ono dram, gunfi'an, ithnao drams; ivd olmefliona Tho iwrjijod.) iuaac St. Louis, III. Rov. J. wTBrunurluSt Monday morn-in- g hark, two drains; mix nnrt iw in uha fiCKsd anoiraiing and. ovljnline. for Padmcah, Ky., vluxo to will rt af Pyltics, h'.'Xd a Tu 'sfay rfglu1. An Rouh R:sjnLodgoNo ' w arson Si Co a Incorporated. srad 1 TheClothieis. HARTFORD, KY. expe-'naos- eo or ka is lo because not know It fits like a glove. the superior. Just one thickness covers the entire body. No more ne- cessary. iuy,Txeul Ask us. $1.00 Ha (( Price $2.00. and UNION SUITS For Women and Children. SETSNUG" MAKE Cool 50c and $1 week means .come to us for weather this and next warmer Clothing. ibrWil I Barnard 6 Co. HARTFORD, KY. I r w w , BUSINESS BUILDING (B M RINQ OUT THE OLO, ' A Ring ent old Reldl aal King Mt Um peflre! atpm ot( ftml dls Remedy AjVTtWf Reliable CATARRH Ctrsutt BMAfVM HOotllCB, vmonmBiom&i, Olftt Cewt-- T. Ely's BriMi Bain I aarrawliHC htat of Ring out the tbftMl wars of oldl King in the tti&UMtnd years of ' jSE, H a vWlfBHBV'v'V "'ri"4B1B"SsBSM xnd lithd:(Sivd protects mom tho ItoUtHIlM, Jmt XJtoJ fr: JflVJeTZBBnT m "TaTffnf eHB n and King in the valtant free, i The eager heart, the kindlier baudl Illng out the darkness of the landl Ring in the Christ that is to bel Alfred Tennyson. IIp.ul qnlckly. Itc A stores th Sense Of Taste and Smell. Full lze 50 ct., atDm gfts or by mail. In liqul.l form, '5 ccnU. tly Brother, lifi IVarren gtreet, New York. btano rcsUMngirom Ca:.i"rU and drivts nwny n Cold in the Avi"! llfl f FEVER Trusts Jury Fund; T. M. Black. br-If- f. rtARTFORD, KY. Hartford. Dstmtfes-- g. O. Keown an ton Black, Court convenes first Men-- . Will pmottoB his profeMkm in Uila.ifi flay in February and oomlnusa wree and Adjotalug omwtim. CMraisU wssks; third Jss4ay in April, two wssks ami OrimMa tmeUm a ftpeotelt?.. second Monday In Juris, three weeks; third. Monday In October two weeks. K. Wedding;, Judge; County Oort.-- R. torney, Hartford. Court oenvenes Monday in eaeb month. W. 8. Tineley, Clerk, Van D. RtrMro. AHotWsyi W. P. HMMft, Bantvss, Cfcrk; T. U W, Jallsr; . llx, Master, CaniwiistOBsr; K. T. emms, mattar r, Mrkhsft', a Jssi Otto Ce Martbt Attorney at Law , K Smith, At- CM. BiRNITT tJ. K.SkHTI 1 first BARNETT Jt SMITH, - KY. l-- ... .vttt .. ntlunio UrunrncfUt'BSKj Vii j ..f pibmb , n iv 4y9PTT3KfiBE3S'fxtJ!Jr'i&?fcmfMN k Br m 1 I I ffwrawimi oncdmcns olSyndicoJcd" THC C.D.ZIMMERMAN Chicago CO. lAdvcrllsiniSGrvice SALESMANSHIP IN YOUR ADVERTISEMENTS eurvdac The most pertinent question n re- buy eyndlcnftul advonUBlng b.vm tailor must ijlilnk abo,ut wlicn Jia Blart Sonw of those Hcmiloes luvo out to oansMor tlw fttiriatlon of fill-i- g brought Up to mich a pitch lit purtus-tlo- n that mucb of thmlr lulwptfsfoic iho ndviontifcdg Brrww ho tas bought that rtjio local iwwsiiairarJa, lieiArcnn I Is TPi'iod as equal Jo thro Ixwt In Eucccea for Hi big d.gxint-moc- it stoma and nntfonml advuifljlsjiiSv Constnuotag nriwrMajnMif8 te like tbo practice of nioiVxlna or law, ft n Epcolal training U do it Tho uverngo in?roliaiiA can through oll my goods sucoafilfully this ncnvEipapar? Tiuo b tat nnsiw to anolthur thio question Is uiwloitb'ciUy question. Ho must ask lulmself: If I had to Ejall lvpe eoioto in mj b.otm how would I approach my cusitamr now could. I faitereat htr anil in iwihnt nroy shciuM I convince lwr7" Lasitof all uo must ask lilmailt wlwther lie is as capabVi of doing all tli&s In Uw bis lKswsiroirei; spnew ns well as 'in store. has muw,! Wtwi a nwrchant those quosttons 6atisfao:orily bo may comimoroa coniinll4nig his advortI&jm.eny But until li3rmllzstlia.,taVfisnianshiii is Just as nicestu-- In thv nuwznaincr eolllng flpaoo as in I1I3 f.toiu wlii?n j50ods, ho can wyvo.r hope ito g?t the valno ho has oMary right to oxgwot has inad-- Imni Hm E&uoa. ht3 Successful ntmsimnar liubilcity tfesninE8iiip on "baen called iinpr. AVhun a lutailer can dlatingulsh Wiat lUnd of satesmanahlii and appr-xriatthy ite value, h.e is a long way uni road to ndvonislng fiuccts3. JX a ncfoiler wmploy.d lnr.xporJ-ncvor amateur hk lp in 1ms Eton to l bis ibojt goods ho wxuld be cUvssad as a fool. "Wby should lw not alsa be jmt In W'ajt category if ho employs amaiteur snlosmanslirii) In his noii-jw- r tho-i-e pv jnaces. i space? Ho pajB god nuony or m There lis a little danger from a cold both and should a& tiw tujiniid dg.-t-j except from an attack of the grip oxpaidl-turhis ol KatltL'oja',loii for wh n followed by pnuumonia, ami ithisi Four niAin pohuts Muter into all salo nevr luxppena v.hon Chamberlain' pnsoaol or Ion ipaper Cough Boniiedy 4s usfd. TMs wmady matiahiiai PUrut, tlio attteni''ou ol tho possible cus has won Ita gruat raiwitatioiii snlw by its Ttmiarkablo cures tamer mutt bo ob'aind; S cond, niuit Uj onv.u.Rjd J:i th'j goods of colds arid grip and can be avlied For Jhe upon wlUi implicit oanfldonoj. 3'ou :1m igoins to toll; cluird, m cus'joanr must be ojnvmo d that ahe salo by all drusgU-tst wants th'j goods, ondl aitjbut by no Stiraiigior: "Con you d".reot ma to a means hsvt, sits niuiu. b.MiCac d a bank?" Vil!aBVr: "Sony, sir; but I'm siako a purchase. noi u diiMctm. ' In planning his advortteirig , lha-lor- o, Saved Child From Death. liluo had to igijuly th.e "After our child had suffortd from jMilruciplos in such a woy that, from jwiults r.n obtain I a very aarone urononona fln1anllo car a his acanmuo-Ji- i of as a jrj.'4tr of course But hie must ytar." wrote G. T. lUahardson, rumumb-jalwajs 'Juat ealismansliip Itlchandson's Jlllld, Ala., "wxj fttared on iwp'jr is moiri ll,tflxult thaTi laUfi- - " had oonsumptlon. It had a bad Tiiontehlp In p Troii .bjcauaj Jjj caaiw caugh all tho timo. Wo tailed many Jiiako his sdlLing aiiguni'-ntMt in iMniodos without avail, and doctor's as Finally tho aanw d gruj as wfein hie tn1 j's madloliw, wo itried Dr. King's Narw Discovery, JiJs oustoni"r ifuo-- to toxn. aml ai, phisod to say that ouo bottlo 1Jnlras n muroliamt nan 11111 his elisor u comploto cniro. nad our child four iB'inu'iples guiwisafulloi to Halrtaiiunfflhip throuah ailj!itdsmg, hl3 Js again strong and healthy." For lagnlpe, aath-tlti- n jmh'Jcily wiill got no moiu avILurna coughs, colds, hoarssm-s- , a l airman 'iin his atoiu. And nia, cioup and soro lungs, Its &I13 Vt mo ttpro htfw 61iait no ondiniarj" ma-s- Infailabel Twmedy ithait's made, miarhant can gyt tho hlgliljai gra,do Pricw 50c and fl.OO. Trial ibotitloJnuo. of BaiVjjiiunhlp in mho okjwhiwiw Guarantoed by all druggiists. m Thunj' spaoj wdiuiout oiraldw mli. Don't wait for succeitj to oomo in aro many rkoions- - for this, lit ihas o no moro build im ndvxirtio.-inon- t that will bning bui it rxJ'Airos than the a,Ajr-ag- o advortiteouiiit wjiMjw can cure your body or arguo your cneo in fva courts. And itih.3 a,vorae jiureiant who a' .tkjmpt to lo At ds itiinJtrat!ng as much lifu'in t0 jbl'"n8 '" ' wnatew toW do to tlw human body if ho trl3d to doctor it. Thoro synd'enfttd aCwenlkflns (Kvvi-i- 3 nro canatruotiod by experts of reputation who have Juid many years' .xipcrtonce in thpjt class of work and who are riad Urgj aitar-lo- i. Tho U.vi prices at whaob thp.jr- vices aT'O offierod aro only made by rtiha largw number soldithrougO out itho country. For miuo lof tho oer vioss tlio iprioci ane as small us one woek. dollar Full pantioulars of tho3 Bnditiit-c- d swlortfaing EiorMious may lw obtain-frotlw editor of this pan tn. It is uniwlso tfor any njtodbir to wltJli'Mit such means of H.ourlng buivj retuniB from Ills adrvwlstng wlwm ta nan gjt succ s bringing advyrtiajijnts for al ipos-slb- lo PUBLICITY. Anything that will promoto tho contldcnco of tbo investing public is a good thing for business Institutions. I know of no other ono tiling which would trend more in this direction than for the corporations to deal frankly and fairly with their stockholders by revealing their actual financial and physical conditions. Shareholders bare mi unquestioned right to know bow tbo company in which their money is invested is being conducted and how tbo business stands. There was a time, not long ago, when otllccrs nnd directors of corporations trentcd sucb organizations almost ns their personal property. That day has passed. Secretary Mac-Vcng- h. -- Webster New n International Dictionary THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? coverlaK every Hold of tho world's thought, action and culture. Tho only neiv unabridged dictionary IB it la a NEW TION-, CBEA-pecaH- 5g many yeajo. Because defines over 400,000 Wordat more than ever before appeared between two covers. 4700 l'agca. 6000 ' lustrations. It' I fil Rir3in it is the only dictionary "ccauT with tho now divided page, A "Stroko of Genius." Because Rer.iiiKP u J,8 ? encyclopedia In OBEDIENCE. Obedience is the grandest thing in the world to begin with. I do not think tbo time will ever como when wo shall not have something to do. because wo are told to do it, without knowing why. The ono essential of chlv-waairy obedience. George s. Jt Js aceopted by tho Courts, Schools and Press as the ouo supremo authority. wto nows W" Because ijuvucaui uvy ua v you about this new work. WHITS for iiwcliua f new dMdtd pic. G. & CMERR1AM CO.. PoltUln,SpriMfi.U,Muf. Monday In November, Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday utcr the second Monday In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May IV ednesday after 3rd Monday ;; Wednesday after 2ml Mnminv In August, 1.. der. er H,'.,.tJ.ay :nd2nd Monday In May, Thursday after a"0r Jnd Monday In NovombeP. "'" Quarterly Quarterly Court DbsIds on the fourtji' Monday In February, May, August ami November. Court of Claims Cenvenes first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officer- C S. MoxSey, durveyer. Fordevllle, Ky., It. F. V. No. !): llernard Felix .Aseeeeor, Hartford, Ky., It. F, D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Dr. A. II. Hartford; Ulley, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUIITS. D. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday af- .or oiu .tiuuuuy 111 uuiib, xuwutijr is..tji Jrd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday tn December. O. K. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte Jrd Monday la March, Wfednemlay after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after Jrd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John H. Miles, Ilockport, Friday after Jrd Monday In March, Friday aftor Jrd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December, J. C. Jackson, Centcrtown, Saturday after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday at ter 3rd Monday In June, (Saturday after Ird Monday in September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Itohfrow, Tuseday after .'nil Alnnrinv In IT'alifitnfv Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd . . llnnrlow In At,.,!.., m.. , Attorneys atLaw, HARTFORD, courts it ill practice their profession In all th of Onl6 and adjoining; set and Court of Appeals. Sp U attention given to all bustnt e..irutte4 to their care. Collections ahv. the Practice of Criminal and Real' Batata TaW Specialties. Office la Republican 1ijU4- - Attorney at Law, HAIITFORD, - KY. Will Practice his Drofesslon In V FRANK L.FELIX, ald building. and adjolnlns counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and a Specialty. Office In the Her- Dhla & n...t. A Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession in all thi Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank. YANCYL.MOSLEy, aYiinnSsiliSr wi;,ii,.,1'ttttoJvila,ph' .Friday after 2nd Ke2itlonthlpapr,rMalTF&Ea.Mtofiocktlnmpt. da?inNA0Uvem,ber.Fr,Uay a"er 2nU mSS' JOHNB.WiLSON . Mncdonald. CONSUMPTIONS? COURAGE. Tho soul, secured In Its existence, smiles at the drawn dagger aiid defies its point. Addison. We tend FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief for lung trouble, coughs, pains in chut, and that run down feeling. ( Mmlion Un rapn.) Box 93 ir IIAR.TFORD POLICE COUHT. C. M. Crowe. Judee; Q. D. LIkcns.CIty Attorney; gam Riley. Marshal; Court Sn fecond Monday In each month. ,unai-- l" nCin? WHIiams. Mayor; - ,J?olll.ns' c,cr,y. s- - K- - Coi, IbJft Council, T. h.Treas nard, W, J. Bean, W. M. Fulr BarPen CIUS. it. CUOWB WILSON & CROWE " LAWYERS HARTFORD, -- KY. m OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY . . COLUMBUS, OHIO li j-- Cowards dio many times before their death; The valiant never taste of death Will praotioe their ,pTofefieIon in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal . M. E. Phllrrh Knti.V. C.l Third Sun? practice and to collections. Offioo on and eveninp-Vvfirst and day month. Sunday School & Main St., opposite Court House, a. m. Prayer Tyof..W. E Ellis; E. P. Moore.' CM Qlenn- - chairman; a W 8 TlTsrivei?W-.fc,ecretary, C. M. BarnotU nley' e Dr. E. B. Pendleton. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. but once. iii Shakespeare. V e. Courage in danger Is half tho battle. Plautus. Write on yonr doors tho saying, wise nnd old, "Be bold, be bold!" and everywhere "lie bold; Be not too boldl" Yet better tho excess $ Than tbo defect; better the moro tbnn less; Better liko Hector in the field to die Than like a perfumed Farls turn and fly. n. W. Longfellow. VP V?'1t iwihio'-the- andt-x-tensiv- o . C. P. ChUrrJl l .1 rt. fit, simplicity tnd reliability nearly 40 yenrs. Sold in nearly V every city and town in the United States and Canadi, or by mail direct. More sold than SECRET SOCIETIES. any other mate- - Send for free catalogue. TTnrtfAx,t JLavujiQ v t,suiu T -.- 1 McCALL'S MAGAZINE jmo, U75. 1 & A XT More subscribers than any othci fashion ..sat, iiU uuru juonuay magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lit. each month. Owen Hunter, W.nicht in m, Foreman J est styles, patterns, dressmaklai;, millinery, P.IvCVStnnA r,htiTitAt ar. nam fccwintr. uncv nccuiewonc. n.i .i?"-- . a- - m.. etiquette, cood stories, etc. Only 00 cents a mo., .; ouiuruay night In .i cir (worth double), including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. Hartford Cliapter No. 81. O WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS t to Agents. I'ostil brings premium catalogue lnBet a'"1 Af0,Urth Monday ovn: and new cash prire oilers. Address LTZ'2ioJIMh.fr HIE UcCAIX CO. 8 to SIS W. 371b St.. NEW YORK yery wed- nesdav """' " v- - runer. Dastor. Chrlsttnn Prmn. e? Suridav Tt T." v ' ",cca- - every fourth uw.. zr r:, P- - m- - ""u ' w- m. sunaav "' l:ltler i. - B- - WrlBl't pastor. 3nr-,t- mnemanTen.ny.'7sSnd7y Sg8 meeting every eyenlnsr. Rev. Virgil ElKln Poltor McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated lor style, perfect a7 ""! . J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD. KY. All Matters Given ..,. . Ohio County m Prompt Atten- ...., tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A SPECIALTY. OTTO C. MAIITIN ;,.r';r.viv ;"u .rrtn ia S. V. McKENNEY r pJtf'1 n'Vff.Lo? ecr.SOn' No- Martin & McKenney Hartfoi-d- , no. Knights of IC O. T L. 0 T M n', Ky. r The Hartford Republican 3S?nVi5yTel,E' ani lhlrd Th"sday WoJke. Commander; L. P. S?rLo ' Record Keeper. oreman. Sunshine Hive No. 42. Hartford Tent No. 99, General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK M e 1 d us-jljs- Business Billing Bureau IS your business sick? Do you think you should have more trade? Is there anything worrying you in connection with the growth of your business? iiSS "". ndle.e,n'fcady Lula Carpenters and Joiners local No 1S81 and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. th.j WE HAVE THE REMEDY We have retained the services locally of the greatest retail and bank advertising expert in this country, Dundas Henderson, and now put his services at your disposal free of all cost and without condition of any kind. Write out an accpunt of your whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to this office. Wo will pass tho letter on to Mr. Henderson and you will receive from him in a few days a solution of your difficulties the same kind of solution that has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself. 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. A particular method of window dressing may be what will bring you the success you lack. T ion la 7""' m mtite'nt r 4lltp eocune &Jmm nt ti I nn. flVl..L tal 11 oj .. uscj bok1 i Jank Jt jnsld-- ,tlio gate. 3 ... the first ford Mi . Adjt .,!stn.0,t?n Post No. G. Mnnrt,e,eVncs Saturday 4, Nbl Grand Ohio Tribe No. US, Imp. Order Red .meets second and fourth WedrVcV-nnlght 'n each month. James Ben Reeordb8?Che,n- - A' E' Pate. Hartford Camp, W. O. w! S?WNi:- - Th0nmS Wia0m82fcferk: c7M."Barne,rseic"re?aCCR a. S A. R.. Electric Bitters FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE x is the best medicine ever SOU over a druggist's counter. weaknesses they aro the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Succeed when everything else fan. In nervous prostration and female :A Ash'',f"hT . m,0."th.aiogera,v., ju. before to prove tfiat it J6. Tl "wny Hint thoufiands nra itoutne to others is proof. Among. thorn is Jlrs. W. AV. Gould, of l'ittbfield, N. II. Finding good health by takinfe Electric Bitters, elio now advteis utJior sufferers, everywhere, to toko thorn. "For years! suffered wlith Btomach and kidney toioiulhle," lalia iwniteB. "Every inedlcino I usui ta'Jod till 1 took Kkotric Biftiera. But bhte groat remedy JilelaKd tixj wondurfuUy."Thioy wjll help any woman, ftitiv'ni too tonic nnd Haut Uver and Wdney Uiat's mad.--, You'laale. 50c advertising BoicnrWcally cerToln murt at all druggists. " m tuuw.ir ejuuo'rviuu iuauriiii.iiKUKUl'Ult of lids buslnnia taiainirig or cmj)loy an A hogging woman la mtiTly oxjcai!wn.d ndverUisiig cctnatrwdtor. odious as a inuan man, tlwro is moro In tluinf.ing and writdng a successful nUiiwrtistmewt than tho Ainil ith. nmlitinrv a1i, v Grown smnVk.1t tiM adVent'UwillWtlwmorUdlf; Pcdl'seedsUlmS' reK'tauSri'fsg years ol t"''"! tbeu. itpa,ito cult tho process. Only, thoao wiholmvc r.f5f?t,"L"ftI ftMtllk U IKT!, oxnjn-Jtenoob-j- dllustratloau Nothing has a Burior hu-- l man inti.111 ait ufiVct or g 4a quicker aoUon tlun a il huKjoV j:otun.v To gMt fciioli illustn.T('.Ins you nod net only a liis!i gnadij nrttitA but witt w lio lias a ft rut o'ass know lalpi of advertiaing art. Tihon, it noqu!ifl oadierabtj etudy nnd exponioJico In dwaordjitltvio interest in goodi mv.si ir tlio. you anu soiling daily. Again io hring oanvlq'Jpn io tho mind of u jmau.i- - huneiy and successfully, jiijs- Itatus a knowladsi.j of liow it has baai donla In ithouaaadL of othor cases All tills wuojia Uiat tho merclianit wlio OeeUaa to malo it's tho isMany World Crowing Better things go ! A. 3. of E. National Officers: It may be that a new style Some scheme, of a novel kind that will bring the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. - dlanapons;ind. Htate Officers: ? H- - " a- - "' 'vu,np' Iu President" ra". 9frr9 county. Pres. ""lucrson county Vice i'l ". """'"' A"""l Dlrpolnrn "c"r.y-.?.on!f t- -J ryy i,iH.. SEEDS .... ? 1 j&. ye ct BHANH in Its most offlciout Earliest Red Valentine . . $jjo Bushel Refugee Extra Harly . . Jj.jj Bushel Xonm know tho true-- valuo of alesmaa New Strinelesi Green Pod . tiio llushej tUx tlirough udwntlslng. Wardwell'f Imp. Kidney Wax U jo Bushel I)als New White Wax . . fc.75 Bushel Who tlmo Is now dus for tho ambJ. j Cuirle'a Kust Proof Wax . jo Bushel PliAS ttous rcitair tp kurn om thing atoutj Extra Early Alaska . . . Jj 50 Bushel New Early Grariua Ifato ant. If ho docs not euro about JjyHuhl llorsford's Market Garden . Ijw Bushel jiloddlng at acquiring tho neouaury Buckbee' Llhlnlg Exprew fiBuslial tcMycs, R4tUk, Tomato and a full Use el hliaaelf tiiaro rjvj iJoiu'o' of Scei rianu aud Bulis at lawtr rrelwla nrl- jneie of ticunlng o right kind vt jour lor completeanu Scnd catalogue or submit a list oj requirements will quote pwei. alaiM4iWil) on (jio kind timt Buy direct from the grower Save Massy. will enable hUn to wit ono huudrul Write today, MCBtlOtl thlO MtMT, value trom lite udvrMWng Oae of ttbe bwt bkAsb to to KM setts St., mitf art twl&n. stoUsri.Bl of BdwiiUfdrfi JUBUO Wg BUCOaSH uy Ul utupiojlluunit "sonaDic specumes.1 t t Special salesmanship that has made sucessin similiar circumstances may be indicated in your business. But whatever it is. send t"he fullest particulars of your troubles to this department and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE 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 materially helped others out of treble. Haw to conduct a special sale, or sales, may possibly by the shortest way out of your t T?da"" 1,0bert80n' McLean county, Sec.. 0?BMCzeCmer' "VVarren county. State MKOsVS SEEDS' ttaU SUCCHB I m y; aiaw b.n IT R..I..U. Atrial wilt w ww . Uoard of t.- Tinn rABA itth riiiiirniiHi -- ".? VsrujituKl 1 Prize Collecttos fS? f0"?1?; C. Jd. narnett, Ohio cbun--"r??k8' racken county; It. K. IIar,3l' county, and J. F. Doss. I Ism M aH.c.wMufJt.it-- U Tn,iius ta all. h I SOAKANnSM TO PlAASsl Muhlenberu county. Ohio County .Officers: rrwe mimion thft Pajar. H. L. Stevens. Pres.. Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. D. 'lVeas., Hartford. Ky. SEND IO CENTS COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. - fkK. i HMUMIktB.Ut1 .7.1PUat lAalr.' i Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. Sfll SJl Hi ISM at MtOIJ : tWB ..Li..! 1. L, B. Tlehenor, Hartford, It. F. d. W. bskkss ,. I. -No, S. I 2N K. C. Ilartfoiu, Reynolds, Ky, 3. M. &, Patterson. Olaton, Ky. i- - S; Alfor,, White Run. Ky. B. Kleliarcl I'lumer. Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 6. J. L. Brown, Roekport. Ky. sb ir 1 tie 'aSvii "Th oVjranlzc: SPECIAL OFFER: TUUtU isxsinztfSs ft zsdbfftrtl: -ssJBAsst : M ' h This costs you nothing and may help you to make a foi tuneWrite today Further particulars of our offer may be obtained on application to this office. All communications absolutely Vm vfimo7if- - trX mrft 7w 0AA,ety?shfr 'Posriws confideitialaddrej ki'iydo - THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, aBusina Building Bureau. , jatr, H. W. BUCKBEE Hartford; Kentucky, t && Grrwi.k2fiJinxSj fl'(flr 2. ?, 'fJ 'o-- a "? j siBo ' For Sale WirlntorpV'.ito fornpr(MMTliaBlrrrritrt, I Fn trttv, how to obUla intent., trad, eoprrlrhU, c im COUNTRIES. Jfwlit'f dirtet milk Washington saves iW.l monfj UfttM ojten smejmteitt. PIMM IM IKfrMttMM PraCVM ElOtuUfdY. . WrttaorenRMtoaaa VM H(Mh Hml,MrSiM Biatm ratast Mm, I WASHINGTON, D. C. DAVIESS SCHOOLS 3- in bu, Real Estate! 60 In Vain. Qfjcm took, m ahodowy nns a& eitw kf fair and warm whuro nicim- 4 j -- , Wolcome Words The Observer Takes Wild a Camera. a Trip Callback, WIhom Aers of. El bottom lasd of Hartford. About JO acres in cultl vatlon. Good dwelling and out build Inge. A bargain for $1,260. tineftC Rough rivei fooated three miles weei the K itiho n.lr illfo was yountr. 'ony's.ro3i.B grow; tho tuno which adbcwl In omul nil I Wm Qilliliack AS BLEAK AS A svwnrld was fair: .Uio kiiaa CATTLE BARN A Schoolhouse For White Pupils a "Cryl',jni9,thi-jing Shamo" and Thoso For Colored But coviur a iuk to Bummom toaok lost Children Almost Boyond the Flight loiIKntuiK4li'.cs. Wirt Sifcos. f of Imagination. 60 YEARS' Stato of Ohio, Clti' of Toledo, Blmply to show Hint these condiEXPERIENCE Lucas Couni". sa. tions, these sumo wretched school. conFrank J. Cheney mnkts oath hot ditions, tire common till over the state story frame I went to Daviess county, in "the west- ho is evmlor paritaer of tho Aran of A now one and one-habuilding with five rooms and large ern part of Kcutueky. This Is nnothcr F. Cheney & Co., doing busdnra-recptleon hall, built out of tlio bost of those oldt rich communities thnt in tho City of Toledo, County and Situated on Clay wcro luxurious and prosperous long Statef ntorysnld, and Uiatmild Arm Trade Marks selected material, Designs and Fcedrica etrcetay Hartford, Ky beforo the civil war, mid it is therefore wltbpny Wio sum of ONE HUNDRED CopvniQirrs Ac. nblo to build nnd equip comfortable DOLLARS ifor ilioh and owny. caaa of Anrnne endlnc a sketch and description mar Lot C0x205 feet Fine well of soft schools for nil of tlio chlldrenwlthtn quickly ascertain our opinion free w inether an water. All necessary out buildings Invention Is probably patnuMi eommunlpd. Its borders. Out in what Is known as Catarrili tliat cannot bo cured by the tlnnaatrlctlreonfldeiitl MM. ,HADJ!fiOK on Patents use"tjf Hall's Catnnnli Outo. Terms reasonable. ; sent free. Oldest agency for aecurinirpatcntn, the but I must not show pictures nnd & latent tok.n tarouah Munn tha Co. receive t FRANK J. OIIENEV. y nottas, wllliput cbartro, lu nnmes at tlio same time where tell tftttai Good nlno room two story dwelling corn, tobacco, liny nnd wheat are Sworn to bofore xik lunid Bubscrlbed In Centertown, Ky., bas good cis- grown in perfection, I discovered a In any imsnco, this QUi lay of A handsomely IllnstriUmJ weekly. clr. dilation of anr aclentltlo Journal. Terms. S3 s tern, good cellar, never falling well poor little school building that was alA. D. 1S0G. reart four months, SL Sold by all newsdealers. most ready to go to pieces. Its front A.W. GLEASON, MUNN & Co.3810'""- - New York of water, good etablo and other out looked as If the children had needed buildings, one acre lot of ground. A (SEAL) Notary Public. Branch Office, C36 F OU Washington. D. C. extra fuel or kindling during the cold uplendld location for family residence Hall's Catarrh Cuno 13 token intwr- weather for their old battered drum and hotel. Price and terms reasonstove. 1 am glad to bo able to say that" nallyand acts dJroqtly, on tihrj mucous ' surfao?s of Uio systemi. Send for tesSubscribe for The Republican able. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTEn, Agents, timonials fre. $1.00 per year. Hartford, Ky. F. J. CHENEY & CO., v ijjjjra Scientific American. We hare 400 acres of fine bottom land firom one and a half to twt mltaj of Hartford, part of It with Umber. Also about 75 acres of up" land belonging to the name tract Terms easy lf ihy voinw In Jove's young dn am, of wliCah no M&mco ijmadn&--CallVa- ll tlimlga back, n Bhnidqwwy Sail which JuJUjdftjhro "Women who suffer witii disorders peculiar to their sex should write to Dr. Picrco and receive free the advice of a physician of over 40 years' experience a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases of women. Every letter of this sort has the most careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly Many sensitively modest women writo confidential. B fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from telling to their local physician. Tho local physician Is pretty suro to Bay that ho cannot do anything without "an examination." Dr. Pierce holds that these distasteful examinations are Generally need less, and that no woman, except in rare cases, should submit to them. to Women It is physician. The only one good enough that its makers dare to print its every ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will bear examinag tion. No alcohol and no drugs are found in it. Some unscrupulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don't take it. Don't trine with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y., take the advice received and be well. habit-formin- Dr. Picrco's trectment will euro you right in the privacy of your own home. His Favorite Prescription" has cured hundreds of thousands, soma of them tho worst of cases. the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated 'J, GILLESPIE BROS. ,W. H. &. HAVE YOUR SUITS J. F. GILLESPIE Cleaned Pressed Proprietors B LACKSMITHflNG AND REPAIR WORK TtoJodo,;. O. -- 1 Sold by all druggists, 7Cc. Talra' Hall's Faanily PJIls for comsUiipa. on POSITIONS GUARANTEED tlon.- - , position If you will GUARANTEE you us real soon. Wo need many tuoro at once to supply the enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as wo get the required number of students tills offer will bo withdrawn, 8o wrlto at once for particulars. WE 111 was an ambitious lyoaiijh, Oino slmplo Ikf.j wa3 not for him. Ilo wn3 do'.armin xl to 'go upon the 0"nj;e. His v 'rsWirtiiKio won the day, lleivcw drives Un stasis owtwam, Untam'a Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, Ky. special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Bltfb, Y. M. C. A. BLDCi., Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given Cornells vand Newitoui Chatter. HARTFORD, KY. Chanrbortaln's OCO. W. SCHWARTZ PR tit Ol PA U Stomach aad Lhvr BUSINESS COLLEGE xMcoitroaaxEo MTAnuHnnn ino4 LODTSVIXTji:, KY. any number of other superintendents wkjalconiad di gaion and for nil over the state. But what can wo tiho ibonvls. for bo1--3 by do when tho general public s,lmply gists, says over and over again, '1 went to a U QJJRhh allow TJ UAVS' school like that one, got my education, K.jipinig one's grlovanqos. Perfectly " J0U are thcn not nnr . Mtlsfiedi or.ido not wish t nil I over had. nnd what was good :eeo the bicvde t?uiit i?i to us at nnr cm--- .. . -- t fAium . is nn exajllonit proof FACTORY PRIHES ie fun"sl1, ,th li'shett grade bicycles it i possible to male enough for me is good enough for my ,. ?nuJ1 PrTfit above ac,ul1 "Ctory cost. You save il by to Ut middlemen's profits 2? buying direct of us and have the manuficturer's guai 0W11 Chllureil, I reckon? aiura ucwuu jruur ucycie. nu .wi jiu V a bicycle or a pair ol tires Irom anyon ' V0 AdjvKjrsl'y is a lass receive true until at,njrand rtmarkabltyoutptcial our catalomies and learn our unheard ot tor t ""l"1 lnslilo l,le nlil SliaCl., mul tllO county hUDerintcildeilt asked me to tnca effnt to rider acents. whoro ilonttetic VOU WILL BE ASTONISHr-l- i ttl"-- vt 'elve our beautiful eataloeue an look at tho rough wulls, the knlfo is ooaicttnjijid. . vou thi vr. W tl ihanTn..inj. k:m..i.. (..i... t tow mcfwecinmake hewn desks of n pattern long out of bicyclM ader ywr Moe &,e a,xtt VT, 'ie s;!id: saaa ieai aouDie work can you get liCONO HAND I1ICVCLKS. Wo' do no j reirularly handle second hand bicycles, bi f usually nave .a number on lunu taken in trade by our Chicajo retail stores. These we clear ol out of 'em when it's so much worse v.w.....j .. '" , WV oanrain lists mailed tree. . i iV c.cnpiive ana i parts, repairs as than' they are used to at home? ""(B,rjl,,."r,"w' uivr retail WflaiCH-DHHnCequipmeat ol all kinds at halftht usual umins rim. peuais, Mighty rough. Isn't it? But that isn't S the real tougli part of it. I came out HFrtttfTMADH PUHftTIlDP.PDAnr hero during a sudden cold snap Inst winter to see how they could heat the SELF-HEALl- Na TIRES hchool. You'll notice they have a piece The regular retail trice of these tires is SSxS&iM LL 14J. BESsaUla of an old stove in the middle of the IsJO tier tair. tint to introduce we vjtll room and there Is no protector about lellyouasampietatrforffMvasiuiliortlcrffJS). Jt to distribute tlio heat. I made the M0 MOJE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES rlilld who was sitting next to the If.PJTaoks or Glusn will not lot the sixty thousand pairs sold last year. air oir hundred tjtovc move his seat, and I placed a pairs now in use. thousand Over two , sssssissssstaasiRasHa Mnde in all sizes. Itiilively mlgX&&&rst:r WassssssssassssSassssl ?M thermometer where ho had been sit OCSCBPJOWr Cfe ting, busy with ills lessons. THE and easy riding, verydnfnbleand linedinsidewii u special quality ol rubber, which never becomes MERCURY RACED UP TO 110 DErjoroua and which close1 up stnall punctures without nllowNotice the thick rutibor troa GREES. I took tho same thermom Incr the air to escape. We hat e hundreds of letters from satis "A" and panoture strips "II nedcustomers stating that their tlrtshaveonly been pumped ond "V," also rim strip "H- - eter nnd hung it against the far wall tip once or twice in a whole season. They welch no more than anordlnarvtlre.themincturercsistintfouairtlMbeinireiven JJW " l'rovons rimcnmns. 'lu. of the iiouse. wind shaken IT by' severaf layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the Sfi nS i?i vWn tread. ThereSularpriceohfiesstireslsfS.sopetpalr.butfor ff M?Lv'i1r,VS;riLLAi'al0 uu DROPPED SUDDENLYdo TO 49 DEadvertisincputDosetwearematinKaspecialfactorypriceto GREES. No child could real mental T IHEACHTOWI mi and district ?JS!SJ wJrol?JSM'M.WwCin I. ride and exhibitatt sample Mode, "icnncer' lycycle furnished bv evervwhere Oar ft. u juumjsx kuuuikisu until you receive and approve of your ktl. tt,. .i VfflX anyone, anywhere in the hwttJtout a ctnt dttout in advance, trtfiav frcieht.m -- m IVAITrEn A ninrn flm-ii- do not sickiea or grJlXJ,. and ALMOST KtUbY TO 00 TO TIGOE.?. may. ,bo taldon with porXoot safuty by a new building Is soon to replace fills' th,3 nisst diJllcwtJa A,aman or Jio young one, nnd it is high time, for the county ost child. The old an;d fojblo will superintendent said: "It's a shame, u crying shame. 1 also find tin mi a most suiUmble ramody amd GSncinsihoniijg t2iia!r know it nnd feel It all the time; stf do for aiduig Tables HEFLIN & CO., sFIrst Olass Liverymati Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, resulaiUng nil drug- m ito liar-ae- lf uf mijnital Sect Uiain liaflpini- 'sIOfflDfffl 11 son-oi- I ffISfclMiliu,sresesftr ""' YYYYXYYYYYtYWYYYYYYYYXYY X 8 0 &JKS&S5 uir' 4" - I SEND TO' H MATHENEY & BATTS H nCC a irSCO Ilcdgethoni for our bis Tiretires on approval and trial If vIIintroductory price or write the and Sundry all and kinds ol tires at about half the and today, OX,TlUNfv0nYlNOabtcyc but write a .35jJj anyone until unrurlir or Jrwfti UM ttare making. oulya pair a tires learn everything. you know the new and Write it It cflers LU puncturc-rroo- the rider of only 4 80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. D. o approval. You do uot pay a cent until you. have examined and found them strictly as representee We will allow a cash dlnouunt of s p:r cent (thereby ranking the price 1.30 per pair) if yo send rULt. CASH WITH OHDlJK aod enclose U1I3 advertisement. You run no tlsk 1 senainp us nn oruer a tne nres may be returned at uuu expense u for any reason they ar not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us Is as safe as in bpnk. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run fastr wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire jou have ever used or seen at any price. W know mat you wm on so wen pi:awi mat wnen you want a uicycie you will give us your order We want you to send us a tnal order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. AT XSETSTS TJDCO don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair fs quotes make quoted above; f 1 fm r" jtfXllW BSSSfcJ. -- r r Vanderbilt Trai 1? vj School special jd- vJL describes we B M us postal of from costs pecta! to IK) usual prices. Catalogue whic. wouderf t- I s ? r Lmmmmmmi, CURE the LUNGS MOW. Chicago, hlkaK Atl x cattle uaick. work with this dlffcrcnco in temper aturu In the selioolioorn, nuil there was grave tlnliger for the children physically." If tliti white sctiooh) In old Kentucky are had tho negro schools In runny localities are almost beyond the flight of Imagination. At n small Hinge In this County of Daviess I rail across a very poor oue, not any worse than others I had seen, hut It was rather peculiar lu Its stylo of architecture 'The windows wcro broken, tho door unlocked und partly njnr, tho front steps entirely gone, and tho feuco that hud ouce separated tho building from tho roadway und disappeared except for some lonely pieces of posts. On pushing open tho looso door I paw a bleak interior, with trash covering n badly warped door. The rpora contained a rusty stove, overllowlug ashes on to tho floor., and two rickety benches made of undressed lumber. The wulls of the room were inade of undressed siding nailed to Bt,uddlug aud stripped. There had uever been nuy inner wall of plaster or celling to keep out the IT WAS AS ULEAK AS A cold. OATTLK KAUN. Is It any wonder tbttt illiteracy stalks a menacing figure about the old state of "the dark and Woody ground?"' To Rwtlet In the stroBg eatspalgn necessary for the development of the educational movement butUma. bearing the liwcrlpthm "My $ fw Improve-meti- t Kentueky'scbools" are to Im sold ,by the edstcetloual gtwailUfe u 0 KILL tk COUGH AND I? Y r Y Y Y ELKTON, KY A limited select school for boys. Faculty Our patronage hns 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 OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYJ3. Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Nineteenth Desk "B' FOR BOVS ?t ft H H H Dr. King's New Discovery WITH MM ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. and TRADE-MARK- S Promptly obtained la all cvuuttlei, orno tea, w obtain PATENTS THAT PAYladTertlMU.fuiitiiorwliJj-.atouexpense, aadiielp you to iuccmj. , puoto or Hetc(i for FREE report Bvna on patentability, w yearf practlro. O RIFEriCNCES. Forfrea Quids viva, on writs to B03-30- B 9 9 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Seventh Street, I GTJARANTIiBD SATISFACTOKYl OR MONEY REFUNDED. ft ft swemears ' BULB SI' BULBS SUCCCEW " ' ii. UL.IV. UliJIM UtU, DiUi Htt.ik. tZSTSil HMUt, huul,, rolsU, SwbS a l.U. Spubk bu, i Skftija. ibiMww Bm.U MKihiw tiu, VulwUJ I swwa HXHstAmi, ouUi, I M M. MU U IM FLKABK f to-- ur rMndm ta buUd New BuktaM. A1 tri.il will tnaikA vnu a uerinanciit cum i toinor. Satlmf motion aumatwu orrour ' tnmuiv raf uudti. ll.-- if AM0haWBufclUfl4 . . A -I- ... ,. DUVaiUir SPECIAL OFFER' Hloney and Keep in Style by Reading ElcCall's Magazine and Using McCali Patters 2ss3 Ladies! &ve ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft I 3a stsni t.Mwt..lW.a..".taw, wwl. Uu. lUiMfcU .IM.IM L"""t Wi W. IwU. luil aZiMii rA u laSInxkju MMmtMhPmgtr Wrk pTr3ixnr-w- w' am ,: . MSCAIW HACAZtKE t 1 "f HNHHM patina SM.aMlMriM. MM. "t . "v . ... . -.. wimiwi, hwiiw y,wim t piiaipianrinin 1 ,1.11.1 ." HMUlUnMlU.WW. 1MINH.IMIHIM iaM TMt a.1. ww Mtaa a awiw.r. k H. ".' mIWn "mi. ((otlu'l ond lists. 60 New railnuu Dgslrus in fecit Is u. AIo auublu InrnriFiailou mi ril :omij mul per Wirul HmUurs, Only We 0 ytcr lacluCin cvponQiy kcupliiff roi) posioil un tlio hint fosliloiis In KcCali'aMaraitacnllt help you die ? y. iililr at n Lwlnrato n frco pallpru. pub-crit- o today or scpil j p.Hunnf..i.i. WWllBir, NCttM sooxf oi, ux. . . oursif uiiil vuw,i.j vrliKh williiapaiftrt Hjto and nt. Vth t')no Msber ikew u icuts bqaaforf'(.1l'4rai,alaIoiuc. ( Ut TU C Ym r Tur rutlln. Kmlfnrfroa I'rouihiiH t wljuuotiiil tjsli lruu OSsr, ins KcC'.aca","7.?:3i.;irn37jist,iiflnipi 19 -- rtlrj vri.tciiaJilurniitQWfcoki ohuIkhiio, wlili yoiiron JijbhiH McCaH 11 iur ifeqwinpiocopy, your t,lciltHiirfiir rh I4Jfcft4WftJJJfcft.$ I Y Y MATHENEY & BATTS. r-'L THE FINEST DAIRY few I JfFFERSON Kentucky Out COUNTY SCHOOL f of KrfttMtlofl, Stp With Mm Mrsi AS1ADJSTHAT? Are I! TL IHWWkVllirill VtanMmt, Nor, . PwMltatA WfWSaWWWVHa A ft H.-i- y ,u-gMrtt- w - Tts Mttowhfc i nroolBJikMtoh msw jhmsJ tesJny by It Goflptfis WIN, Nearest SCk!)liK)MS8. DAIRY COW VERSUS impossible flM" SHCll H CHILD, house to lie tolerate! in n county as rich nnil prrniicrotn ns .Jefferson. Its style of ntvhlfoctnre I severely SCCIUS If yon had not ttr'vea twelve m)Um tattl)' froim Iir. throbbing. vlllo nloug iwrfect roadways fcpriakksl with cill you wotiM think yen were fur nut In neme runt I community when you gae at l'ocky Hill nchool. It Wtton: of nar tertsYra nil Mhsei phttg KMtokiafls WNHhc ti If "Mr Ui thirty-trin- e, 9 OHstama jwsvm "TaN EiBders?1' ted Tbwwavy, FINE CATTLE AND St, Jwsmlned and foUawtafc tho irradta-nwdo- n of rte FreaMoGt of thu UniI MfiKbi(t and wX m'j-h- !:' l Mw ithWifB sy of WREN. am a hunikid and lervCBi day of tfimkaaivimg to our Ool ntMeteon houMty and It tor W bVswiiia. Our Mm Great Contrast Between the Care and Thought Bestowed Upon Each Near For Jerseys, Palaee Lexington , School "Out at, the Elbow." I had not had time to Ret my lug- Rage together and ilrnw n long breath alter leaving the train at Lexington before I was nuked: "Ever been out to Hnggln's?" "No," I answered, rather breathless-ly and dazed. Then 1 gathered myself together and answered at a venture. X)b, you mean the place outside of ILcxlngton where Henry Clay was toorn. don't you?" "Heavens, no! It's the biggest nnd finest thing In tho way of a dairy farm In tho world. You know It's owned by Mr. Ilaggln of New York city." I went out to the great dairy farm en tho trolley car went past Lexing- 1 4SjBpBSISISISISISIISJg! ( spBBBaBisisj IIILI. HCltOOtk simple. This Idea of extreme simplicity Is carried out In the veranda of red corrugated Irou supported on plain 2 by 4 studding. ItOCKY PvJQ9KiaaaaaaaaaaaHz97&tY' ' ;n kv lacks beauty, the old coal bouse Is much worse, it looks as If after years of wear and tear the neighbors had felt sorry for It and had had something of n donation party. This, of course. Is merely a surmise, but it Is the only possible solution to the general makeup of the building. Evidently one i neighbor had donated" some old red rooting tin. Another neighbor, seeing the need of a door, had sent over one that had been cut "kinder whopper Jawed" and would If the building, the main building, biJBDa r FOP. TUR JERSEY COWS. ton's beautiful new Country club and, splendid residences, surrounded by i magnificent old forest trees. JJuo much cannot lie said or written about this wonderful dairy farm of j Mr. Ilaggln's. The creamery, where , the milk Is cooled, boUled nnd double j scaled for delivery In Lexington. Is an artistic building of rough stone. The huge dairy barn la of concrete, brick nnd tiling, which gives It the appear-- 1 smce of some hpleudld county Institu ' lion. Men In Immaculate white uni-- : forms were moving about the barn getting ready to milk the 42o registered Jersey cows thnt would soon be brought In from the hundreds of acres r blue grass over which they roam. Olanclng at tho doors and windows. J taw that they were covered with screening to keep out the tiles, while water pipes nnd hoc were everywhere to insure nbsoluto cleanliness. I was very much Impressed with the beauty, comfornnd magnitude of everything I saw, so as I left the barn I asked: "Where do you get this tremendous tmpply of water? I saw hose and piping everywhere and a huge tower by the creamery." "Ve have a complete pnuiplng plant ncross country on the far edge of the farm at Husscll's cave." I drove to Russell's cave and found a perfect pumping outfit, even to a donblc niter that tho water might he ns pure as It was possible to make It. Suddenly I remembered that I had not como to Lcxliigtqu to ndmlre the Itcauty of the wide fields, the grand old i I TiiEDoon was "KiNnitn wiiorrKit jawed" not lit anywhere then, having nd hinges, It had been tacked on anyway and le,ft standing wide open for the weeds to grow about It. Jefferson county, with Us trolley lines, Its splendid road, Its wealth, should be nn object lesson to the rest of tho state In schools and. school equipment, but she Is Just where the seven Jersey bunfcn( )VM Rml Heifers and One Teaeher For Thlr- - awl auffeniivg. Wtf have flijojjd tin? tyslx, Sixty and Even a Hundred bkfta'.nvs tlf pjiAm And of a high dV Pupils. gifte. SPiWo of lajlnaas and 'brought sjnrowor 1 for a long time that No civil had known Wo Kentucky's stnndlug In matters educa- ajvamj to our OomnvAvMaJHili, tional was very low. I had known that havja kflpt taw oovonflrtL of iUhj she was in the grip of Illiteracy, with with each otJt.r and with our maker. all Its attendant evils, but 1 had hard'n ihajvi 3mlnfjalRt.il ipti&qe, nJighiborl, ly expected to And such a large numgoud ,wJU and fnijimWhlp .hnouojliout ber of her rural population willing Uk ihcundonfos of Uro Oonwnonjw. tftl'jh simply "to let things go.!J One day wlUisub Mpnoach, "Wo havy onjooied while chntting with a member- - bf a Mm blosd&niB of llbrrty and. trxalisfiji county board of education In a rich mUbUc Th trodoan undjr ltih in county he happened to say: "I tell you, I've been Interested in HJjoo amjdtli fadr hbbhk) of fchaStatB or education, mightily Interested, for a Kava not iIwoti nvuved 'by (feuds b long time. I've been on this board for touidi Our h(jqpIh) llmio 'work-mighty nigh ten year." ad IfogotrtiW iwltih f rtie igoodi twill and "1 uni delighted to hear you say that homiest aMspiclct fcr waoh cfthlars' opinr you are' interested," I hastened to re- ton, falh a,nd as Uioy novor ply, "for you know Kentucky stands did thirty-nintIn the list of the states "Tdi3 aolkl foumlatloa of sound igov- when It comes lo education. Thnt's ernnwint l!d by our fathers thas ty not very far from the end of the list We need men like you to help us keep hold our'tnistLtAitlons and f ulMtUed tho just 'oxptsCaifans of our forofiaiJiar3. things' moving." The old gentleman stroked his griz- Our crops tovo elvtm irjoh ineturns for zled benrd thoughtfully, and I felt cer- Mia labor of t&ui fanmor. Our fad'joc-1-c- s tain thnt 1 had made a vivid impreshaw iprcducod a great output. All sion,. A smile, a very small smile, our budnos3 Itti coSs Jvave .proapjned wrinkled the comers of his eyes as be and far all llnjza glf is and bl nalngs said quietly: I to our country and old KwWjucflcy, "I reckon you fijrgot one thing in call upon our pKWple to gaiSbcir dnlhliifi got to tills whole business somebody's rals; homo3 and churches to rendw be 'tall eanders." ain't they?" and itfianks to our LattlI had a glimpse of rural Kentucky's tho "GiftUn amckr ny hand and attltu:); education. goal of tin SIa4o at dho Cnpllol nt day of Cattle and Children. Praiiktort tdils, tbJrld-a'iI was tired, and discouraged after liundivJd and w'wvon. days of school Inspection in Jefferson and of lfo'i JnAipeiidnty? of the UniI had decided to take, "a day county, ." ted StaijcH, nhie cm-- hunidrwl nnd off and visit the State Pair nnd see the sights. A, E. WILLSQX, Gowrnor. "Ulue ribbon?" I asked the '.man IJ. h. BRUNER,, wearing a broad smile' as hecamc "' Sasrtitary of SLafci down tho main roadway. Assls'iant .A. COOK, "You let!" he exclaimed. He caught sight of my camera and continued. Secnjtniry of Sait'". "Don't you want to take a snapshot can Thw hast frl?nd a young gdrl of my heifer?" laving fathAs he turned the splendid young liavo 'is a tjvcl animal into position for a photograph er, I had it chance to look her over enre-fullHoalth is n touchy por&xpton; dis- I was certain she was of royal blood, for her horns looked Ilko pol- ohjy on j of its coninKuiids and off It ished ebony, nnd her toe nails had beOu goes. Man to une oare notwatiri luti Wtfi mmuvc! trials .,, lv lfldt ,!n If we charged more for w.v we would only improve our profit it couldn't improve I" Ikw-Jim- the quality nor the 'wear., To show the good faith of tlds statement we sell Wundcrhose with the specific understanding that single pair punch through sole, hcel or toe within months after purchase, you arc entitled to new hose without quibble or question you if a four fc. h free - &,CO. BARNARDKentucky. Hartford. , be a source of unending satisfaction to every mother to know that darning can be completely eliminated from the household cares. s Stockings of, the children, the husband, the daughters and herself can be depended, upon each weqk to be as free from holes as on the date of purchase, It must ' 1 fjtilr-t)-sdx- i y. B5BZ"Sy:2ZZ:& TOS SOUK HIU.N WARRANTED TO WEAH tnland's happiness is b:ittor than to to dtsouse this winter; "iHpw much continually drinlc to his pragporlti'. is enough?" ty V Jloab to. a, In-- rat hols will .hew JaoUing In- others nrc. The whole state is out of step with , the march of education. l3n'UheloTcriho oraviB ra b ou ? - .the storm It Is batter- - to ho called to ha tnaniod a. sycophants prpud-lha- n Many a man Is in gTeat fear that ho will s-- alt'uhat da coming to him. it an ocnualiitano. It doesn't imiuuv an- - A woman may owroomiu a men's aso to cut dlslllw, .but his confeimpt nc?3r. acoipta-bt- e iWonu-- n mone eo are vain, raith far ibut men ana mach reason. ""HI PUBLIC SCHOOLS. manicured that morning. When she was led to the barn near by I know she was a royal (princess, for the stable boy was wuitlng to throw her opera cloak over her and lead her to her stall. "How many heifers have you here?" I asked the stable boy when ho had BE SINCERE. finished bedding her down. The shortest and surest way to "I have my hands full this time," he Iho with buuor In tho world Is exclaimed. "I have' seven to take care to bo In reality what wo would of. Thnt's about the limit when you. appear to be, n'nd If wo observo are doing the Stato Pair, all right." wo shall (1ml that all humau vir1 left the barn and went out into the tues increase and strengthen roadway to think. I recalled vividly themselves by the practice and n shool visited only the day before experience of them. Socrates. tvheiu n young man In Jefferson county tiin htrivlng to hnndlo thirty- six boys and girls In nil eight grades Conversational. and another school where a tired worn, ".Money don't talk half bo much ea I have seen an worried with sixty-live- . them who ain't got any." Boston 100 in one room. Herald. The roadway was crowded with 1 ijS2 splendid, healthy boys and girls, brown Makes Lumbering Unprofitable. with the kisses of a summer suit. They While there Is an abundance of suit- were laughing nnd chattering, full to able timber in Brazil, it is dlfllcult FOII THIS OJIIbUIIKN. to find many districts whore tho trees homos or Mr. Haggiu's great dairy suitable for lumber nre' close enough faric. hut to look carefully nt tho together for prolltabjo work. Kcboolhouscs. I turned to the man in charge of the engines and pumps and naked tho distance U the nenrest HER WEIGHT INCREASED cchoolhouse. It was no an eighth of FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS. a mile away from the pumping station and was a decided contrast nr ichitocturally. Although I had seen Wonderful Praise Accorded avnlkM, concrete walks, In every direction about the Ilaggln barn, there was Perunathe Household Remedy no Kemblauco of a walk from tho front Mrs. Maria Ooortz, Orients, Oklaalc to tho badly patched wooden steps homa, writes: that were Intended to lead the chil"My husband, children and myself dren nloug tho prlmroyn path or havo used your medicines, and wo al i knowledge Hverythlng Was "out at ways keop thorn in the houso in case of mWTx4HX hoys and ohils fok ok the elbow," noccsalty, I was restored to health by j tkAohkh. . The contrast between tho care and this incdlclno, and Dr. Ilartman's in- -' overtiowlng with tho zeit of living, Jtbought bestowed upon a dairy cow valuable advice and books, People ask i Wittcldug them, us they iwstted, 1 (and a child was here slurp and dis- about mo from different places, and are thought: tinct. Tho dairyman could neo and surprised that 1 can do all of my house- "Goodness! What is tho matter with .figure tho direct and Immediate return work alone, and that I was cured by the our old commonwealth wheu the in hard dollar and cents when his doctor of chronlo catarrh. My husband stockmen all knew that It takes out" cows are luxuriously treated, hut tiu was cured of asthma, my daughter of man to handle seven Jersey heifer could not or would not try to seo Into earache and catarrh of thestomaeh, and la a state fair ibd they de wof know (fee future of the children and mean- - my son of catarrh of the throat. Whea that one teacher CHiiaot posulhly are the return from au Investment in I was sick I weighed 100 pounds f sow I handle frow thirty to seventy youinf I rlCKOOlS. weigh 1(0. ubIrmI and have them la coiulltloi The citizenship of a community It "I have regained my health agaia, aad to take nrlaea la (be show ring of lifer' sjted or as bad as Ita schools maki I oannot thank yea enough for your I felt that the ehlldreu of Kentucky advtee. May Ood give you a ,'oBg life were Bt geltiag a fair, square seal, ' aad bless your work." 1 I consider the public school system the greatest factor In tho solving of our problems. I believe there Is no group of people iu this world that stand so high in morals, that sUipd so high In ideals nnd patriotism, as tho teachers. Itut It Is not so much what you teach tho child. It is not so much 'what you say, to tho child, as it is what you are to the child that Is or greatest value to him. We sometimes forget what examples we are. Dean Sumner. TaaBsaVBIHl1aBaBsK9lisll ' ''3HBsBB"BBBBBaBsBSBnHVBMSaflBaSBll I ONE OP THE SEVEN rfKIFKUS. POT 25, Hinc3, Ala. In a letter from this plade, Mrs. Kula Mae Bradley eays: "I used to spit up all I oat. I was I tired and sleepy all tho time. "My head ached, and I could hardly drag Children. Tor Infants and around. Sicno talcing Cardial, thl3 has The Kind You Have Always Bough! entirely quit, and now I feel quite fit. Mrs. Bradley Buffered from inoimous Bears the indigestion. Cardul builds up the Signature of ( nervous system, and strengthens the womanly coAitltufclon. Tthat's why Unclr Ezra Says: Cardui helped Mrs. Bmdloy and why man ain't half so apt to hide his "A 7 light under a bushel, ez he is to hide It vfin help you. Try it. Eomethln' thet won't stan' tho light" any use unilil it A horea is not of Is brokieu, ibut 4t is diffonjat wffilh a plow. No Avold'ng It. . If a man gets Into the habit of huntThaugih wo may novor have lost ing trouble he's sure to find it, and if he's so lazy that ho always tries to anynoalof us ano tooklris fbrmoowy avoid It, it will nnd him. Catholic all tho isaimo. Standard and Times. Change of. Heart. Roman Post Houses. Scvieryille, Tcnn'I, nover did Post houses on Koman reads wero in patent ine'ddednes," writes erected every Ave or six miles. Each Mrs. Martha Hown, ot this place, ".'unof them was constantly provided with 40 horses and 100 miles a day was an til 1 took Cardul, and It cured mo. easy Journey. Any one using these For six months, I could mat do any posts must show a mandate from tho thing. Now I do all my housework, ' emporor. and it don't tire mo. Doctors failed, i but Gardul eaved my life." Tho benefit from taking Cardul ,1s not confln- -' Worth Thinking About. It Is a dark day In tho life of any ed to on part of the body, Cardul young man when he passes up a good Improves tho whole womanly system, housekeeper In order to marry an ex- it helps headache, backache, falling pert shopper Dallas News. feelings, and female weakpeee Try' It, It will help you. Price $1. D-j Th, mo is no lmproprCvity In using n spring wagon, dn tho fall. A hsn Will ind a (fliole day hungry man can It isn't vary long httfoqyj tho "good oat In a Corn on h fcob 1 mons "lihan corn on tfio d)oot, Spit, Quit, Fit. Children cry ' FOR FLETCHER'S II tiKy include a gnlndiers, tho Turks to itheir laa!a Tha rXanoeraUc idea ot tanifT Iqr- lalatlon. to ithalt it iFaya to throw a man out ot work to order to buy what ho produce a Haw oanits cheapbat-taJl- CASTOR A Sixty (troop from Iitaly, and of organ will aurljly take CASTORI steamers A hlavo sallod Za03 er. D-1- i T &&!&!& HE value of well- printed iug stationery as a means of getting and holding neat-appear- be-Uo-ve desirable business has r been amply demonstrated. Consult us before going elsewhere. 18 is a -- owor follow. sS A st A A s Wo naUco tho moat paoplo 1ho an? ooutounod by curioaty slill nunvlvu. ,11'bre la a good g,ucatlon lor iyopunvs MiiWMHsaHIMMHsVsiHHsMf If our mle'jak'cs teach 'ue nothing I't hardly woKh whlkj ito make J thorn. wwno Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Urttll you tiro win a a'amntwr will not hero you, hraoe you or babbWii.il Msgpi asssswaa J2IML ' Hk. cturer ehLOf CASJO.RIA n.o lr Prize Offers from Loading Cook on patents. jteerjls. Mnf ., we mm, orfeertly timt RMiomoer our meaital vksas. Jt to not There J wtt but whwt wa to wl-A- "HtaUtoinvantors." "Invantton rMtUd.(" "Why some invsntors fall." Swi rough skatch or moW fof saftTCh ol Patent Office record. Our Mr. Qreatoy ww totmMty. Actl Commiaslotwr of (war a bat w&atag., an idler aad tiuut. Use ubKxct bosag io kail aak o'iiar. It Its wta.r to wmk om'am aomwetar iMuNir, aw :ti the U. S. Patent Office, pr,t, m&u uch had full GfiEELEr&MsimiBE e M UoiHg Ihas aaawl ottMra imm awart p imos de, we aw te preaw pur fMMjwington, I UrOOKPOKJLfJUl f7$&i D. C y y&&