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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft. & " )C Job Work. to acoept Jfarifot DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ,01 femrMicttit (Msrmlnud yet wh;is Ua fnfl.lt locate, but as he is ona of Wie ljdt lawjiyrs In rtlw Sta'po, and a man of iblg affairs, ha will illkly go to LouIsmMJo. Jam a Breath! it, Jr., will .bicome his law pirinrrd will koip his fatlinff In his practice cf tl '.iiw. Tom B. McGnogor, ThiTd Asalatant AU'orney GenriralAvIH rfjniAin In this o'&y and If tludtge O'll'.ar tJvould change ih'.s mi'jnd and ne sign from 4.hj b m.ch to pnaotilce law Mr. McGro3or will besomo tois law i y Fin Mi ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year No. 19 Bank Examiner, form.r.ly f Dr. H. J. Bell, and !ndi3vnitt but that city looks like an Ohio emigration Colony Mfh.-- you got to thinking out itihe boys from Ohio-count- J' VOL. XXIV; REFERRED BACK TO THE POOLERS - HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1911. or TAiat thw ibWs ns lh?y em proner, m iUm ocaoratt'ieB ht no rAJit to .make a daal lb ibw th jwilce Mi-diitata'. wWfcujt 'Jif.( action a it AUjo afitihte Bm3 of itbe paalars. mee'Jng for U13 Owenubcro clg'dvtiryKa THw o'Jhcr grader will bje B'jactjd. pptats hav eiactsd Ihoir gTadifra at prorllous nuejjtlngW, and every pooler be pn.Wenit his have a volcu in. this", rs M. la undteputd rdgh. and prlvMkle. If CJuls pricj Is accapjd by W10 poolers, and ((he commltiiva InrfcnuoVad to cloa tho d;al, mi will fdal Kke the nine dollar stand ha9 tj:in bura'.--d, and that bilng tho cms, W3 aisle th,e poolers to consider Chj njsuJta tt our ortorts,and hsraaifi'ta- - poru'xlipai'o with tho organization, that liaa faugtot amd alw don't higher prlcvas; for forget to placo credit mrhrxe it Rcanombfe.-T.ouffort for cooperation a&ked for in prtoa inakilng; also the stand tateu by ciur wiorfihy nelglibor, the Stemming dldjrdct, iwfth the price flx?d at $10 if nanr Uh(o ground up, and Ithay fay that toeiforo itihey will take l.ss, they will pu!t Vtolr tobacco up. You s;e, fo'.loiw farcnurafclat has helped us to gat Alio bid'ltjhak, iwo ni.ied, and ytfu .will readily ste that tod mi wte could hiaiV'e gol'jton stood toguth-enine from the ground up Juat as qasy and 'besides, we liave a plaoa to put our tobaccco if we want to puttt It up, and on tihe atiur hand iwa lhavo Ib.iaa bletd with ibuyera wiho wierb not afraid to skp to .the front aniii moke U19 bids, rcgardbB cf Uti abb price of nine oonta for tops. Wo ask that other iwipzira loopy-- " PRIGE .BALRD, E.' SHAW,. ED DOWELL, E. C. BAIRD, GEO. S. FORD, e WHERE THEY TAFT'S TRUST RECORD BEATS ROOSEVELT'S San JILL Administration. Many Have Made Business GO County Meetings Next'Sat- - Members of Present State Starts More Prosecutions Than His i" uruay. Lt Predecessor Entire Term. in Barrass-whjKoap your oj'o on E. G. tlie Ripubllcan3 of Ohio county select a county Chairman next J1ear. Wo understand tho ipnesent CJialnmaa pnea-jn- t Is for Ed, and unUss 4ihe Chairman is himself a candidate, wo Barracs will be nnnad In ac clamation. pn-.di- n i t- I Judga John F. Loctett, First Assist of $10 to If Toolers Accept ant' Atitom-- y General, cantlnuijj criti cally lUand may rwcnvv'ir.ibult at nections and Will Not $6 aid $3, Sale Will be all' avents will rviturn oto hia luarrja at Suffer Much. Hnirson,wJiwo be ha.3 always mainMade. law practice. C, B. tain; d a good -- 1 : nUkr.iV, Second Assistant Attornyy Expecting jwlhait liaippondd Ja. tiho Giural, has not ijjrmlngd yqt wOicn) Tho Owensboro Inquire says: h wll locatie, but probably will re ocict)!ca dhls yjar, writi-Nov.enibte After another j session af the sales tilw turn to Louisville. tho FraniifioTit corrhfaporrii-cit- . of commWA'Cie erf Ithe Home jWarehoalsa NauiVjr Adams .Clenk of 4be Court of Cincinnati Enqulnur, tha of company and the Amieeacan SooWtiy Df Appejals, will naturn ito Pulaski counpMpar-otjhis admlndfitratlou have Equl'y, which conva to a cloaa lato gcod ib.titha Into which fllwy iwlll atnp ty and re'iro to !ihi farm. C. 8. Wil- Monday afternoon,, a moating of tha as soon as thIr tuX'tos of o'Sai ex- 3on, flra dcuntty, will go to WiMtams- poolers was called to mcot nt the bung to praotloe law, and Mis3 D?Ha pire. various county toats on- next SaturAdams will return to school-baohinGow;rnor WlMnon will ly'ium to day, ,to cajsct or accept ibhe bids that AH, THIS IS THE JOB! .Louisville to exgaivj in thj pnactlc have .boon mada for (ttoo JJ,00O,O00 Statu Treasurer Edwin Farley will of law wlii his puTtm r, Janwa R. jwunds of poolidd tobacco- with tb s, DufKin. This partiwiuihlp wtaa formird return to Paducah and clip hi3 comtbinsd so alettes. as he has b.en a hard worker during Governor Wilkoa's it mm ot Too treating next Saturday are to , office and oooccaslanwd much crirjjclam all hits Ilf-- and has etowdup onoush be held at 10 o'clock in thla forwnoon oftthie worldly goods to lo.Mp a pack but Govmnor WU'sbn baa paid aio at Owensboro,and 1 p. m.,alt Calhoun, Henry to this crcitldrm, nad wihn of wolves ifrom tie door. Hartford and Haix3svillo,and sampl.s go-- s begin a Jiaaro3, his Assistant Tnjasur(r, will ha out of officio ba will will bo presented to tha poolcirs for ruum to Leitohf Jold to ongHga In the lucrative law praa'io. lydalvod If tihie which bids have Gorvvraor bamkiiEgbu3inrtS3, and Otho Cloo-- will lajar Jaclreon Monrils, poolers acoapt the bida, (tho ea'lcja com Wlllson'a private &.laj'ary, iwSll toy go to Paducah. to ongagi in buslna33. mlttieeMmposM ot Price Baird, End-so- n 'iu'ieln.Supierlnrienderiti Ellaworith to land Uva Jab of Icti.mEOl Shaw and L. N. iRabMrftison of Collector in itho Eighiyi dlatriwt, but of Piubllc inatiruotion, will return to iBqwiell, of Daviase 'county, Edward winning or falling In, tills Major Mor- Nowiport to practice law, and T. W. Hancock county, E. C. Balrd, of Ohio ris will go to Barbourvilla to practice Vinson will ngags in ithie aahool iwork Mccounty, and George S. Fond of , C. Innurancn ComnubJioiwr W, and liku'y will (jake 4ha plaoa of will W. Br3',Louisville to ibocame the Lean, county, will tiban oa dlnoctHd to go to Judga Flam Samto'n In blue iflirm of make a sale at Itho prlcea of $10 to $5 aotlVKj head of a fire Iniuramoi comFlowOTS, SaTOpiiCin- - & Smiith. Judge for leaf and lug3, and $3 for trash. prvmiaMmg and nil of L. N. ROBERTIlSON. oteV-Circuit pany he has Samson hau , Tfce prfoas, as originally fixed b tho his copulas will aonjinue in tho InSalioB Copimlitfloa. oopiipiopin Che of dlatria, Judaa jEquify soclalies wiere $12 to $8" for W'Wtley and Knox cauantiks and Saw-yt- x surance .buslna;i3. te&f and lugs, and $3 Itor fcrashAnd 03' M. C. Rankin.Comml-Ts'ona- r of Smith has Jbaoomo A'3aitant "DIs-JdPAUO. this has ntevgr baan modiftad or &at will r ir.rn to hi$ farm In ' Attomoy' cj the Eaaeinn . Kin.-tusaside, ithe Bales' commlitoa boa no Nov. 2b. Mf.' Alorko Bartldit and Hanry county ,if he & mi eucc.ssful ' diidjriab ' authority to innlao a sale of tho tool- - family wpont last ' Suaiiday nibtwlith . In'landing a niaVuin on i B:and nf WILL BE KEPT BUtSY. ed crop wlthoiut4vfirst.1Buhnj:d Jo Mr.. W. I JVftftia p.wl"fpapdty ICooCtol of Charttable Ins'itultion3 L3 tho poolers for tb,?lr doaMdaraltloa; the ijx, John Dodsoii- - whose filllivjas was Caljb PMwi.m is my wW4i bm dultiHel1 AliUJrt -- Soait. His blda offered by Mi bujjjra,wp.ud, as hnsxutlonidd itt your Ibvw.b la bcodv bet- - in ibhka F3dierai Houaa of JteppasUa succjajuuViai deputies, all farmuS wll retunii to iStabod In ithe Inquiry atSunday, no tier. Wves CongiVB- - 'Jhia' from toa Elaieath farms. Mr. George Wbobnoyte a itbtle hot' aJOnal dlriria!, ao fiat Major Morrts mlo'toas boew made of tho Bojuily Adjutant General P. P. Jdhnaiori is" , , tobacco. ter. will ihavo plenty io do to look aVyjr to itho qvont (hat thia pooliara owwpt Tho farmoTB aro about dona gor.her- line Jaw pnaette.? feir iha fanmjVcm if ono of tihio few men at tho capi'JaJ who Is really glad to bo turm?d out of bar tho bids of $10 to $6 for leaf and lag corn, Jtlwy repent a vkwy good yield he sb.uJd faiJ to g it to be tSha Elq'iUi nasi. Ifo Is a. innocratandaufpport,jd lugs and $3 for trash, ftho Bai.s Mrs. Nairn io Feonftor in aide at iniw.nal Rjviaauo CaMoo or. Govemcir-ie'iec- t MaCreary, but haia no will then make a sallia. The bhi3 wilting. MoKcnzi R. ToJd, Sa'v ImaprjolUor of continuing in oEtlcc. jjlrms agreeing to purchasa same, and Wihoait is looking vary elok ad the and lxfjin J c, Laa' lon-io- il liau good Colonol L. P. TarltonjRailnoad tho amount of "tobacco, . are ns fol- result of tho enow and fiteaz& Job of Chairnan, cf ittaa Firanclal and r iwull can'invo hd farming lows: v Mr. Woody Kelly loot a gcoid horao Publicly Comaiii.'iyi.o .of Uho Perry qperarioiB ot'tlra "Meadows," one of DAVIESS COUNTY las,t iwe3k'. G ii'iennial ExjKeiticn at Caimc Pwnry, Franklin couttty's flno fanms. A. T. Qwansboro (GaUaher) 2,500,000 Mrs. George Ru&ftU Is on tho nick Ohio, wibicli pravidiJi a luctp;dvo sal- Silver, who waa'dof'tfltd for Railroad 1,000,000 list,' this twvjok. WhiteavlUe )A. T. C.( ary. This job fs good two Commilteiocior by Gne'ai Gairrett, ot 1,000,000 Head's' (Gallabior) .:.. and MlsJ iDialla bajrJnnlng January 1, Mr. Earl Mad-;, Wlnchtor, for the nomination, will 700,000 Willis .was pleasant callers at Mr. J. laoeo, (Imperial) .,.. Siirotairiy of Sato Bcia L. Itnunjr prao'iice law at Williamsburg wiaro D. Berry'a last Sunday. wi'Jl pjturn K to IiQlsviUo o becomo he has b n engaged in that profes... 5,200,000 Mr. Andrew Alford, df Sunijyidtai'e, the active Jind Cif "tho rPransyiivania sion tor Total jnrs. OHIO COUNTY was called to tha Jwdaidie pf toe ibrw Ji Cte'Ualiy Cojm,paiiy, cf whloh ho has 750,000 er John Alford, of Braver Jaim, last bien Pnosldni'it Hartitord (Gallahor) elia3 its organization-Roba- t Complexion was Spoiled. HANCOCK COUNTY Saturday, whf lis Viory law. L. Cook, ArJil'sDar.it Sjowtany o Atlanta, Oa., November 21. Hawesrviila (Imxorlal) .. .. 750,000 Kaaingor ami Baa Joo, of SUiua, will rt)Ciurin to Hcpktosj.iille to Mr. Bud liawlapont (Imparlal) 225,000 Butler cotiEity, vltitied his dauahlXer, pracrjoa Jaw, as that her complvxicn has boon milr hi has .lixjfein admitMrs. Lm Lewis, last wlJik. ted to tlw bar s'.nco (coming to Frank- ad and 4ih3it her hair ha3 tum.-- gray .. 975,000 Mr. II. O. Duke,, at Ffilo, wont to fort wltih this adminiaratijon. as 4hiare;ult ot being caught in a Toial n lilfiLEAN COUNTY D. Rosjbloom, a cm ibuslnosa. Hartford latft Fn'-daWilliam Lycai, ooxpo:a'ion clerk for. wirock, 'Mrs ' Chicago, 1,009,000 has Ienion (GaUahor) Jlr. John WiUis and faintly vuEiltvjd SJcnitary of SU'ie Bnun?jr, will f'urn woalfihy woman of 000,000 Mr. John Wdmsatt nud faniiJiy, lust to , Livla (Gallaher) Etn'js Horeo Cavm and will engage In tlie brought suit to tha United tJ V LivBrmona faallahr) 800.000 Sunday. Court hsne asainst the Southcnn Railbusfjneaj and praaMoq iaiv. tln3iuranco way for $30000 damag3. 300,000 Sacrameinto (Gallabijr) ': Born to itha fwito of Mr. Onml Coy, fi BACK TO THE BANK. , Mrs. EosieWoom aa tnaivio.Unig on l.uoo.uou a flino boy the lOth. Ohrja'wudd, ArCauioun (uauacwj J. F Ram;y, hwad cf Kio banikiins the Sau'Jiijn Railway train, wiltioh chie B. Coy. do;anMwemt ot .the S'atie, will lyum was wioockwd soma tinno ago at J.lme-noc2.700,0(f aatal to Eddyvl'JK) to resume his position Ala. Prior to iho acoMrnitMra 10,525,000 A Gfand total Hartford College Notes. wi'Ji tin j Bank of ind if a Rosjblocm fnys, &ho wias a Ucaiithy DY SALES COM- STATEMENT Mr Lualen B ckfcor of WucWr, bHon'ton Bank tlmwtatoa is pro - ,TOni3n MI1TEB Uii btock, gfcEay ta,W9iana I Pwiikw Ino4itow loB-ufor during Ui- - wt aanaon of a compfcxton meet accurate describe To'tho ooWra of ithia A. S. of E who is " a. vaii. e may ixwcaua hyjur nan;o. Thownxk-anitl!llJ ucural Aissiuniuiy havoc and Groan It4ycr Equity War.toouaa va, viujjjua uw adirasAd tia a atonta. ' oc of tho Comla Jon & nml nm..1v!jM ooimni'-to3- : Tfho scales comm!A1e-JCifh.'- j , . I..!"tlrtr" oaW unnn Kr hir MU. U.U.A.UU Ryv. Jolnor, city, oanduciod BuvoUonijiiato Auaitwr J'ratJt 1'. jatavs win w- Vii)n iiir aural ioMt aa ;' a.bova orginlza,tkCfl ajHomblcd at th Exoroisos ejt Obaip.il MontJby nucrn-in- go to Lex na'Kin o; talj aqnra cnarso & Rlvtx Equity Waretoittio hoad- - al Gr8n lot tlio Hnry CUay Iitsunuico iCampany, W-- MoDiliy ovonitug, Ncmm- quan'ieo-W Obscure art Dealers. fit's mia;k olca'8 tiie. Fliriit Tv.rai'or w.lnicih hi liasbeui c.Uticd lineal- - Itochfef-icjr- , 20, 1911, and raxAved itlvo follow- N. Y., Nwomiber 18. Bi.a be now in nia j, nUli Judskj-FroiwAstsiatant ng W(W on caw iuii orap, vo oe ws-- and oxaiminuiUorB , fe k3 laTSC!St philarillhirciplc ba-1 ttapan.idQni. d willr0ro AudWor, It is Uverad at tho foUqwing pteojs: 'x"0 is The pupils cf Mtooi Gbna'a and lyjurn, to Mi. RjrKng' W. S. qu " a ovsr AVbitieHyHe, Maoeo, m, rio woa- - waah, diJof clerk (o roonrs wjm 0Man.a1.11 iiuhki'J,. an A"dior Jaraus, obioune wui 01 xvioinsn v.d.Vjd Novum-bj- r IliiwwviUo.. LawlsnoPt. ILartyBofld.Llvlla iveoAwra .. . art who naaday, Ncr. 29, wi'jh appropitato wm gQ io Harroikjburg to orgaraa a 5. Ho loiv $500,000 to ThAnkaslving cxcraTs, & j company ,ta which Mr. Juimoa i'fl.m('n. AfiAendance in Hiyh School ta excop- - wUl ba lnitorcuit d. and of wildeh Mr. tini city for Oha oa'abllshnuiiit ot an Bid nanere from $i0 to $6 tor leaf t art gallery, library and imuaenm. Mr. tiomaJly teal- teimu d have aoMw man-M- t I' ' and lugs, And $3 for txptb. Tbt-- i so itrueln lhi Ola and Thto cws , Wasli will Ray U.R hhBranao'at inwii. Rundal iwas not oomroonly kmbwn as Cqwor grl8, IIkmry w and f )uanUty oooslBta of about 10,000,000 wcoltliy man. His Wate, ImiwiiV- Ot trdint are ucfe--d. Willi urtthor stay lww or go to Loxilng-to- n. a pounds, after asiuitlng off all afeort-i- a, Faculty nvat.itiag to liaW claoh Mon.-di- y Ho ium a numb.r et pasjtoiia er, IncludoB stocks and bond's ipurchaa- or, In otaor words, iwhtut iwo cd at a email price years ago attjriktt iwjhin vatmiloea tor ttw oftetvd him. but to UMUyr. sohool are dteeoiwa-xl- . Hanry Harate nj'ira to djculs-iii-h, now worth $1CO,000. wfll tw tijifM4 Uv TJw mopoaMoa and my eat'er k-- i mateig game Kqrxsnb tOi poalw oa S'AiPtiy, Miners File Liens. Celebrate 104 Birthday. Slie turf. aaa'ai, &i iw for 10 o'fltook h..iu. at 36, at IjuavMle, Ky NowuiKber 18 HenCfewiw FinaMwo4, Imh liofc dltfidvtd jw'jicWt JCwwWwU&e, 18v . Jod., NovSH.lwr tor Da.vU oounty, txmatntivy, WL ry Funk, fattier of the Info Prof. J. Itid's, Maab and Wl- - Fifty alx ooal minors, iwfao tune mploy h wUl do, but 6. F. PreiA? (wiH to PaMtevU)4 and wUl ongaain P. Funk, of N$w Albany, 5nd., toCoal d ait tha avlnn of Hha Baanar y ' At rvUuwin at 1 o'eJcnk d. ib.. for Oenpany in .this Cy, tUd a manoautUd IhwIAhim. Fttot Jolineon. morrow will oiJtjbjiato fciis 104 blrtfar baa day analrerswy W10 aAotibw of Audi'or Jam-jUv yraMqly in t bs bcsiw atDH- of Oathew, Him ,., SfoLrtan.jMowiwfcw $jktrfJivnLo, LlymmwPi vmA OaunAy Awoor&rV qKIm. A few dnye oat kA'mW(l w4w.t h will AXim In jsabe'Ji, IlarxMcn couaty, 90 niil.a Lmon, Parrib, of AHd- - SOU' tmtf, ct New Albany. He is b- mo 00a oCtfatt mdiMra Mld a suit in w bw wtk dHU-Uvia. Mved to b tb wjr, HMit tarn In Indiip. m., for the Odrau, Oot km urtalnig nfcfottl, at 1 o'loak ana, a. raMvw & aaaKd. for M ? RBTiUN'S TO FARMING. 9Kup$m, S coua. ., mil Hwy toMhitfw; ferMr ftteai-(bG. H. 'Maraaw wUl ao to wbiU A Ifawaivlla t l'0'Oek . Milch Cow for Sale. anaiihittaiK of of wMwnHi CwWJLw- - tot tm tkt fc lt0ti of a vpwHmb wi Jar Haaoaek; HMy, -- itMtaball CJk, WU Ay. jiwaoft AiiWc e pwebwy a ,w. ttuoibM. K liWitftV' ipwwiiliiiiml aa M. wul LwiplQi imwftai. fjuKwttto good wUlsfa wiw w6Mld do vmM- - to w r. K4 mum m- nrnin l f. ttml 1w jkraktf mm to ba im(i: About fi.m V& TSw RMifeli4MS OMie, AJlitimy AMtfiU AiMNliMlUt b4tf( iu vium, fV inatii t. Jids Con- . t ir bo-lon- 3 r d - -- g. -- - cou-poh- r It is expeefed Uiat hafone tho end of President Taft's torm lultj admincn.dlt istration rwili have to Its more pro&.xjutions agaicet Wia Irualp than iu Rooaavclt administration acquired in s.ven yiears. , Pnesic'wrJt Taf t "fytt Bomawliait 28 at whn on SspU-mib.Dodgo, la, A comparison W Fort twoen his and his pnacVaqeaaor'd nacoird In tills naspoat was drawn by Sanaltor Kenyon, in an introductory Bpaah to an audlance of Konjion'a Hollow towois mien. Senator Kenyan had been In tha trust busting business as a epacial atitorni.y of the Department bf Jusio before his olootilon as e.'nator, and naturally ho fiolt a pnidia in tlhe rycord which ho wanted to toll bis home folks about. President Tafit liad to exercise diplomacy in out of a delicate altuationbut he did It jjraaa-fullss y. Un-Itw- What a ri'y It is that Panent, Teacher or School improvement are noC organized in evmy district in tho county, to hold wjakly mjatiicss during tine icnig winter Let wry teacher encourage-thimovement, and left tha programs t'laal with ciiwsatoins yltal to tfi't) peo-- k pla A,ho discuss tiienn not iwiirjuisf the len is Jightiir than Dhe nxord, fhA'ior, but liow to liiwvoptt lyphakl which cog's tha county $10,000.00 in momay and ithw score, lives avry iVJar; not the relative mcsr;is of Waah ington and Columbus, but what can be done to improve the roads of the County and such ln6 'noa.ta as W oloja to iqhe dally life of our pjoplo. It is by onllghUttW'd inquiry and dlswisslum that better things will oonw con-gro;tn'ien-lngs- s.3 s n R-?- b-j- d ct ky - oom-.mitti- Id-a- a Com-mteaic- ni to All-sin- g y .H-ia- And thera miuit hj nob.iiclqwftTdstJep the goad work for docenit oleq'iwns The fact n3malna, howevar, that which was forwarded by the agiivia-tmo- nt d tha filing of the suit ogainBit the made iby Messrs. Tlnsley Qnd Staties- - SUajI CotpanafJan rieaantly brought up" to olgihtan tlie number Litens not to usj mctry In the last Of course Wie i3 al of prooedings against oombLna'tiiDas for thoir dl&soluiioa iwhich haveibtwn ways hard prsad to nxplain his nr.d Eonv'tini's to buapjaion b gun by Attorney Genaia.1 Wick'erBhat Li tarih This is yie she,) numbtT of similar bad faith, but until pnjtf coming no oni linuld Cntimaite prpce:dings to date ani conaernL It the atuLitfetan wa should soak tho RocsTvalt r gi'jmio ot sevan yairs. bribe taker wJujtha he, tha or (t hef The contrast anight bo oarniad fan'Jior deacon, in the cjiurch or "luxna white In ordar to show rosuHa la the way a trash," always ' starting sbmeir.S' tha finish has baai brought about und-j-r Only by oxcluding mon'y can poor (he Toft adinlftistraj&w In a numbui' boy3 ajind any chance in an irJeattom. of tha moat important caa s, ishjlngtoin tixnv' cur Abraham When it comes to crlmiwil nrod-bd- Lincoln couli hayo b n J.ctri sb.ir-i- tt lngs UllKll, the1 Bherinain law, 'iiie ot Oiiioja3pun.ty. rlwdons Roosevelt adailnistratjan liad linolM? we hawa known, becauiie each woto tre cf tt That is, it did ao far as too poor to have "put up."Thisvloo proaei:-ding- 3 tto dafo ore coavdjm-ed- . If has ibajn common to both paniiosAnd the tono of tho president and of At It lias onitnred In'c ovtuy race for torney Geaitral Wickcrsham in ap, lach- yiears, icxchipt on one other ocsca-Joes is a safe guago, howovor, Uhe whan Erm-e- t Chas. M. Growo and present adminlatratica wili bring Woadwaind as chairman of IShelr many uridrie criminal aults bufona reluso It goes out of office. Under the to allow Wio use mom y to connupt Rottjivelt administration tiiero. fwena the vitirs. Mal;a iu knasn Miatjioui'U twenty five indlctmenit vot, socialist, ir yol-la- w for violation, cf the ShUnnan maaauno. dog .Udforie you'll rote for your Sixteen atand to tho credit of the owm canididaite if he us b money And Tnft administraticn. than if ycu ara a good ajtiaen live up When it is considered, hqwwvor, to your pnaachmant! that the present administration lias Unit-ihjan in office but a IVtt'o inoTo tlian Statts Court begins at two ytars and a half, it la appar.jnt civil ruxt Monday and onia the aseanion of the friends of Pres- aiso from Oh'o county will too calltid for tnlal. Robert Robinson lost ident Taft and Attorney a Wick-jrsliathat they haw bM-'- n nior I e by B'jartio Ifalling on htai in Broadcourt ao'iv against tho tirusts and aoimbina- - way, Mins. At tha last tlonis than anj of their pnjdi oessors Judge Evans inatiruc'iijd tho Jury to 13 convct. find for tho d 'fondant, and they did, but befono an appml or writ of Unw could be proEiecutod the Judge ait as.de the verdict he had dineotfad and awuniar a now trial.. Robinson is asking $15,000..00 damages In 1o-(da-fe- at bri-bary n' proc-ioiiing prcin-'b-itionlst ro . t t NEWS NOTES : k, " now bdlev-j- d iftfiot John W. Chairman cf the Ra)ubllcain Campaign CommUtoi will rocavar,but tho dootons tay he will niwor be tha man he wus befoi Nov. 7, 1911. Is Langl-- y, It (Qomunicatiod.) to r- ' i .... - .. s ,: - iu. ccini-.aan- br ro, Ite-:d'- P .... .! t row-iru,3- tt nrly cx-p- ot , m-J- Ow-nb6- ro, And Glcomy Gus go s frcan the In Tho wnltrir who Is doing tlma Choir at last. No thank thepe co'ainins, w3nt up to Laulavlllo you, wo don't caro for any mow ljai- last iwo-a- to mako on aninual call on. ons. bis old friend , C Mazzanil, and n od-ia buain- su nooarnnioc'ci'doni b'j pftjdi W. 0. W. District Meeting. around to Uuj Bou'dnjrn National Bunk whore, W. D, Moure. Mm obligin-Major R. E. Russell, Distract ManaHarttond iboy la neo living toiV-T- . ger far tho Woo dm m cf the World A siring of pioplo .wwfa liiMn, ns al- wus horo Saturday making arranganii ways, wviitlng to llnu to dupceit liicf r to hold a maramcUi Dlatrict uwatlng money, but afftx Will had In his city about January Is.. The Uitnkmded lis and aa wu walkud away S'ato has rtoently bxai cut up into wie Doll rto I'hlnk'ing cf Una Ohio coun- districts and Major Rus&elll has bian ty boys wiho bavo roantly uefujblishd pkio d in charge of District No. 9, tliinjielTes In Loui!bv1Hu. Net counit-ln- s which includes Ohlo.Muhliiinbotig.W'eS't &uoh old time fellows aa Antony lialf of Grayson and Bu'iwr count lets. man, having Thomson, John J. McHenry, tho dol- Hie Is an man brotihons and o'lh-n- s wiho bairn pubibslwd (tho wj.kly Oracle at iDawsan be ai and ana Important tootors in Springs for about fivv years and is will' ww cauntiTd a well known fralernallst. Ho Loutevlll diwdopniient. tha following v,hi!j ww walked a Bjuur make huadquraWs ai Ilnr.tfond., Dato of District mejUng to be unuounkvjd or iso : ng -- re-tu- rn Ijonnle Esalary i. Rendir, Scrohar' Finanoj uaid Trust Co., M. later. ofCol-umb- la mlhoaa ' aW. a' 4-- b, tat mt Nl.l) - u nanks up Into five figures; Al--- is Republican S. BeniTtjt, State (3entiHi CouiniiitiU; Jsanis 1. Thomas, iChlef Clerk to Surveyor of the PortZ. Wayne Grlffta,, A. It. ot Carson aad Ira D. Ban, dnoh whom s$eod at Vast a part otliie yoar in out of th.? oily; Clr.Qo AwAth, of FotvlUa , fund Fnmk Hudsoa, of HanWord, bfa with CrutiqlMr & Storks; Pul Sioydwr, Nofice Tobacco Poolers. Sretry bl The A. S. of E. Tobacco lwollars of Ohio county ano requatted to me-- t at Uamford net Haiturday, 1911, at 1 o'clock, November 25, p. m., to oonsidoir prices coamvit-t- o ha heoa offened for the iMXVad a(t bhe courtiioma. tobacco, PIoao bo on hand, M-..i- K. C. CMinaan Couwakto lURD, y "' ' ' '. 'A t V Y v h l ood ados how an n Mm. ' Tbe ato wm op: A STORY OF MWlft!, a tarobad Into Un mm' tot.-- W mA tmndr wm tott om v mm tm tmm tt got taM CivU Md wcuitUJ, aM' ketefcd, MtMftt Om wm about twaW or Mwn LOYAL SOUTH M'm ap la tt tof btdHt' MWf imna 4a r dtftettoik Wor "w itroi Ms fflen'. h wm ft flitftV Mm yLasbcm Wr, d."rf kor T. w by. '. 4kat Mm Mm Mdk IkMfk. I Okl.--i WlMC 0 OOWBTd tlk, hob gar wm wm bte o toy 'm, CJkf eot a to. Aivjtacdr w Out 0' Um wfeon saatc m JH nix comwawciad R scu&3 o'maa A WJ JomT On r kmi Cft tM of taaada' ox HHr.'jar " wm rM o' him. Jte ' o'thom. Om Mltai, two wamntal, m. -. We tftousht gttavM Ms loMis jm mmei at the bow wm r.!bt"ln ftfce a'jm' "wi (two. ' t ! As Told fey Uncle Irad worked on n' f lx't Capfa 1okw tmk pcte-on'xpacaad o' ,th.t-B'sp-jmM be ikwtMl tawlc iH9ls. Tey OMgM to to m bak k d M(, bwt ki Ole Ha BftrncAt HuduM, Mvte'iMir toM m ttj didn't awt ftv an tour H wa WMtltet ajK o' tba Hipsley, 90 years old. Brord wm a 9im"miti)i mi' Cxcd to e aiwy acta, a' tliat hid iwovld bad jMMftaitr to took aA 'em m' we'd a"po iwtoia, Mva im dn't. All ftulr fjflo hoMea, 'Isrwa mV.ailM; 1m ottr liA--i r whoa wm wcM jo.' with n. rwJdw MTWJJt. at I lota o' gua for wea iflo ;wBt3Wi a' Um wnbenr, m' mm (he M 4.rj09k. W-- all wm Mtto&4 iwVJi hi' te mf MUM .hcw aMnt, t,wtej smU wik Wa, Orer ow head to. 'He dldntt charj JiiHi tor mi out 0' fha owry. foil off'n neat o' ((h do Dtda't hk nobodr. We long I kV--, far I Hnqtafe H wowWwt th)k tm' wnt totr-H- . lit ihts 'bowt oVny feoiy 4a A Skirmish which Brought about work, we wjw flned We took Uw hoaa.y mi' aoM wi mi as totm as t.j!ghborhocd iwanVd a sm tlxttpok be(ST a squad 0' rdbels ooms jkbru 6M n sood to Rovr bwt ft, an' aw boas ) dftvldad bi nMHwy. Store an Oapt'n J tbur womM fce oMy, o 1 dWa'itU at. Iort It to Wm. & ov'ry bady wJkj lmvifd and owril-- l off Obe C&flpiwaw,a Which ConResults Dsircd,of We alKtwd aH nkjht !t StUMwrn's. n.W j aUy w 4W I got JMclf aM jwJted out to ooshj haw to tAoot an owael Ha iwast-o- d bor of oura. His w 'Ay d br Me- . ' wlH-r.- I'd' . lwd 'm. aa' Port ba ahet Una gate. Ow wouaded rebel dM that nAgiit. wrn-lnJ ug It whea Tfes deds'i hJ als' past my houe to gress Oace Took Notice. to tawp It J- -j to Wwy caa't Ww got a wagon an' took Afefetord'a ley SHrrawad' Hie Evry kody tof' CajA'a I sot my fc.) aa aa' droppwas nn8Scvd in 6hj Hohm Ouiirda baok boma. The lJvaooe rraoa ed down "Tom'a Branch to o Llver-mor- o would foUyw hlin aa, fibi' wag ready. gfct awy was the :x' oriar and we body th-iTho GcVnor wasn't abB to al'tor thl, 8ag bad' oWred Tboy oommanced got . do saddM ataroad to road to wait for IM r.at- - Tlney He toj' us te girt up our soldiers an R .bos oat o' the (By CapSslH W. B. D innet Jr.. U. S. so out. If our gun (bad baem ki good vAt,t our guauwas shoafcWi at us ag'ln an' conw Army, for The Itopublkan.) Sta'iS Jong. Ho wanted to, I s'pysn, worn't ikw a comln, for w&v body good aSa iisht, for shape 'an' IheybadconMUp same ma look that nv'ry ctve of olaftt some of bad to the people was epU' up con5iderabi spread Uj ana, en' ovVy owe btus la eaadu'aoii, FK. Lawtoa, Waih., Aug. 11, 1911. we did, we might '&' took the wfctx.'o to hide bebtn'. subj ct, an' knowed whers to come to, U liiljffe them was k4ed. For fee dlsiaf t how som-jtbiopin'n 6n 0at -, My Dear Editor: I visit) d any old In the'r gang. , wKcHNj wo ntcuatit run tato iLbfjm, Ve opemwoed to "ot jck ,but srran' was troub e. "Tom's Bnaincti on the Jeat couldn't, that' all. Vour soine-wb- at he aecle June 23. I found 'him to morn balf our guns was wot tisim but to ibi tearful whn we did, an' We started homo bright and' oarly I wcaUect, ho wtu a Lihiermcre road w3 cao o' as but pap deaf ami absent mliuk-Urick tiry to tajj? from gistln shot oimstJ-Vr- jj wouldn't go off. A follor Bhowjdhia wext moraiin' an' got to Edwjn's about, , yo never seed him, places, for here It wm all young man Ms memory tolrahly clear coraoorning g an', ur ey'r body to try to lrill &lf undT the shod an btazwd away two o'clook. .Tha nws o tha aorap company mad up nlnendy, if woods ithen, an we could Wifttah had a happanlcgs at the tima 1 write. he at us. Bill Kink drawed a Uaad on' bad ot home 'for3 wx; did. Sternal goiaV oca of 'Mi ur take him alive, oomta' or was nvaniVjd, wady to tfo. Your In compliance wltih th3 request Itihnt thy bo long as we fined. He throwed up his ban's an' 0' tfio m,4gbbors mps 6hr,e. gran' pap wua a Ucdon man, same as When Caitaia Je3 Grean got there wan't I write up lila aoaount of this Inclden two more of ua got to a UoWa' ty!Touldn't went down. He fell clost to the I was dotalled It at most the rest Cf u.. So(toas EMt (was, w,3 went on to Dr. Rowan's, .lib fenglt. a'.ve and the state o( affairs existing carry our four prlsoaws to Vm had been thare, had ui fchplr dinners, evwr thing 'iwas door an' another feller atarWd out to to help d that Uroe, I b g leave to submit the throe in somebody to siatt It. an gzut on. We asked ralhlch wiy It had Set kv ralnln' oglnf We rode help him. A rifle 'crocked an he foil Clorerport-- It .wiaa Uis oaiy following taken from the old geutle-rean- 's to frttiin' WR3 ll&j I law packed a ptetol.' They could tell ovr to the Doctor's. They had Jtwjn 'croat the dear sill. Jest bore AshA Rebel gerKral name of Polk, he thaj-- had gon? Xotodtr occasion, own words on Shis too, I us. Some of our crowd waotjd to tjbjre but was yone We found out ford Woodward an" ono or two mono give into one to guard thaea tnen I was soma FOrt of a awxicher and on the occasion of a visit was with. I was sick an' tired of it too think, comj Into tb3 S'atJo wWh a" ar- burn the dootor's boueo, but . wo they bad took hoss at orberytecea started for the' stable. They I modi blra In 1007, at which too ,W gat to Che Doctor's Part tole not to try U. They hardly fonU long fono I got back bome. my form fcomewhore In Tennace. wiouldn't lat 'em. Wo went on lak-- B.itore took the story Just as hi told Hand 3ap'aln Vlcliors was a gentleman, State TWs a t 'Mass a billn. The the dlniaacai we thought they hi ln,jd us. He was an officer in ed till a shot from the a'ou'o killed as near 03 1 could in hjs owm words, he was. He laughed an' talked with sLpp-jd-of- f klvfjr. went for mjnt. We got to the K&is, traiiln' tine army an' had en his an' shoulder Ashford. .The others .took told In his am old fashioned Btyte. Guyards all us 'long the way, an made bis sjlt Lcrt3 ' o'jhcir jtiung fel- them an' wa met Obed comln back straps an hkio coart- - He was cirry-I- n We kep' working gradual' like , In answer to my nerrdost that be toll Jeff Davis nt afoot Thiny didn't tell him where p out off agrvMba'le- - . We tunned bim ain'his mayibe would 'a a'.add h&d hs'ol' IritVi he trum as to surroun' 'em an' ko me all about the incident, and to my lers who becn-wie man ovor to thoUniom comimandar at weat Xcr him" too. The Home tboy was goln' an' of oouraelhecouldn home. Oapf n Je otfePrd to turn an.' boWd 1151 In ths silajble tilt tnvjucnt quystf.ona b; told It most pant wa3 for ith toll us. So we iurnud 'iround hfan, hut Pert couud git more man tbeffe. Tbonwo Cloverport on' then come home. GuyardJ for tfw an the command oner to as follows: A long Ume afaaT itho iwor wbien they tol' him no, hs would go 'Jong as a 't?nded tl stdak fli3 (o th? atoble an tihure Union, an' wiat of 'em that didn't woSrt. back ihomc. "That Utile scrap. Well, at Obxl Cbapntan tad been an officer prha'o an' gmg wa3 glvln' pensionH to the Union sollrsto tfo-- i Unirai armj- aald At roast 'em out and git the iwhoje all hu could. dn'i much to toll about It was Jest so an was Ham Guyand3 a'JU In the 12th Kentucky, 1 thlnlc li vns, the Doctor's, Jjst as we liT, Stave This wias .what Capt'n Jess was glg- - diers, a bill was passed in tho House a lit'de sihooMn' scrape, like I 'xpeot horn.) Chtj Glnia. If it he was discharged iitrai, though , an' Woodward an hb brotjher, youmjAsh-tcr- d, gerin on wo found' out of t'wards. tfont to giVfi all of us wfho iwas in HJhto bene you have awa yourself, already. an' nojiia' mora all but the Senatb hadn't b ien for my old pnonla at was at home at his stable sSudllln' an' but got ni a good humor with him v, scrap, pensions, Jined. Thy had folUped llavn't yo? 1 daft know, 1 replied, Thray couldn't had ben wai'.chln' the crowd honw, I 'xoi& I wau'd hi1j gone to earn wb-?Crum ho was oa had worked roun' lx ithe ena- wouldn't pass it. Thay iwouldnt do It Ijt me hear It and majilie I can tell ." tb3 aniy tco, an' my 0I3 cankass havvj took bjn to a bettar plaoa than the woods back cf tho Doctor's place. ble an' ths houaj. They tad took er because iwe worn't awpra inito lihe ypu. nx'ght be Jajin on sanw of them old the dw'ctcr's though I donlt reckcaj. Stive ihad on I1I3 captain's uniform. big pile o' vrood, an' was b'hind a "Well, I ain't much of a a'ory ell-o- r. battl-flo- Ms Did any of your enemies cwjt try today. But as Ob3 was a Fiwj JIason, an so iwaa tihe jS9 axed him to .take command, but watchln' the stable all the time. J 1 don't battsvo if 1 did toll Sou'jlvsirn go had drapp-:this was I though; it was any du'jy to dootor. This may ibe why theyturn-e- i like Port, hti said mo, he would S'Aimp'n to settle scores with ycu ovnr down behln' a Anything it would b tttj3 to read, It my os aw an him loose, when th!y got put of 'long as sst a prifraCje an' help out Kttle piece away and was tryln' to affair later, I asked. "No," Ira real- sjiy ait home wh or anybody would wan', to Had it aghit. Some o' our men told 'ttva at. any ray ho could. Tb?y ba'.b hod pick some powder into my ola gun. plied. "Some few times after ' that ter it hai Ixwn prinit,.d, nahqw. But the doator's as we wa3 Icavln tho', gocd riile3 an' good hosssi Young It had got wet on' wouldnt go off. a squad or so of thorn would' oomo I f el like b faf aocammoda-tf- n bun' as thinu b,ut they always go4 tn an' an' very I bust:d three or four caps tryim' fore we t Ob2 comln' bock, 4f we Aahtord hadn't b:en married now. since din a is qrir. had give his Port It esims, soed onj o' found Slim hunt rw lntendol to came long. His daddy-in-hv- w them right out ag'in. Thy niaVon ibothorod I eald, much toj an there uin't, as I baik an' kill him an' burn hns house wife a mighty fine hoss when ahe thru a ordck in tho stable. We had nahody nor sto'e nothin' any more. tell about it, nohc,, I'll till a'--l' I up. This kind o' hunt tihe doatar's was marrl.d, 'an this wa& the one forgot about them falters wo had saod Thy didn'it ask to eea no mone Home Walt till 1 git about it I r tomlwr. in the robel3 bad took.' He was fr3iln'd, I s'poie, an his frfon's mad run Into the house when r1e flrat Giuands, an' wo didn't bolJbar itihom n a obaw of toaacker first. p6a;dn' thru ' "It was a long tlmo hts rtflo oath-- a none slnoa they was .tho'iiibei army got holt cf it,batorj over lasln' 4his boaa, an'Eia1d cm l.n,v-l- n' come up. He ago ' vjry long I ivckcn. be would bring back thxt hcti? or WTood pile an' aimed. Tho cap buatad paacoable like, an' vngni't after hxurm-i- n' naw, it was eot 'lit was I ivcoll-c- t of' anyhting, or anybody.'" drapped In the fore tart of llay, '03, I believe. A lit'ie while aCter this, ml Jlay, nqt come back his self, lie was tol but ii didn't go off. He I S3Vral Um s to be car'ful, but b dawn, put on ano'Jhfer cap njn' started Wo had n right smart o' iu n ibat the itlme you ask about, nflwut 20imore Weather Predictions. tyring an' wvor'bcdy wai3 biflUn'tauid o' thorn came thru. Tntey come out was mad. He wasn't afdaoad o'rfath to aim as'iu. Jest thlen a feUtfir Clrad When a hurricane la announced as with "their work. I liad ibroke up all , tho Hartfand read to Buck Horn.tiey in ah' wouldrf't lLaien to nothtn'oay- - from bcihind a big goto post at tbj coming In this direction conviction my ground, but there tod come a wvi stopped at the blacksmith Bhop on' bady tol' h'.m. I have thought lints o' yard gate Jiest btbind ham. I looked that there Is no hurricane, or 'that it to up Jest then. I knowied fKW the way la belated, or that It Is headed some tacked on some hos3 shoes, fcbon. wvnt Dimes Elnc?, if he had ia'n;d UJ1 an' I (had to Stop before I got have Port Jum.pied ho waa hit. Ho tuimad other way, amounts to a certainty. to Jjfs Gr.jjn Bjn ton's place to plani'in' 00m. an' SSoto the lex day he miht axed for him. He wasn't at tome-(H- e b?an Uvln yit StJve an Port on' anoun' on Btanted right ait th fdlor Them way itroublioacono tlms for Saved Child From Death., a long Unw. Dong-jrouwasn't far off though) They sod Oapt'n Jes3 all tol' him he would be hoMn' the gate peto. I saw tfca rolfor anaj "Aftor our child bad sufflorod from y was on a peaceable todp ithrough sure to git killed It ho iwalked up to ler but my gun wouldn't go off. He people, an' not iwnticlKinly hraalihyifor th tiber made 03 if ho was gain.' to Shoot a very savono brocictal trouble: Cor a tlhv oiinittrviin wnnl1 Wan .nv rminh rbean fjlieru lik1? he did U a wbolo tot mono of thorn. Tbane. I of hare Home folks v'ry day. But he Wouldn't pay narc onqo or sw:ce agin, uuit over yar," wrpbo O. T. Rlobaridsan, to fee some of .theie wasn't much killing about bare. Onoa eqiw LRlchandeans Mills, Ala., "ww fqared on' tduuo he ehioiwod his head ho Guyands, an' in paxilcular Captain Bia no 'ton'icn to nobodys advievs, an' awlilde tuniaibuiy would Sit lull-- 1 1 his It bad .consumption. It had a ton, that thay had h'SiTd a wiboV) lot Jo3t fer ithls naason, an.' orajlbo aclthln Port lookin' thru ..bo righto of or packul off. Tkono was Bomo bad i iw ncs y about Ihlm and had cctne to tM tilm. els?, we had "to fctoh blra back dead, rifle right at him an' a comln right cough all the time. Wo tried many stole, and sam anwj wa on to him, ro,nt was about Chn?2 ramodJos without avail, and doctor's d, IRAD IUPSLKY. The wlmmon, for ithi y was no men an dldnt elt the hosa back, idilihur. hmrd ibull of come teller gitrtn' or boin' lield up abjut Juat (linen, siys "w-Jl- l, gjtdawn, We bad all, that wxant atomg, got steps away I rckon, an' tho an' his mail moaloinefe&ntood as uajlasa Finally, inne tilcn away 'In' him jbut in ofth-- moith'.T, and look aTb r Ittism an ba a an' tie jour ho3i3 an' fvsi 'am.ae'll together afi'ier W3 Je Doctor Ttowwa's aays "I'U surrehdor it tou (won't kill wo tried Dr. King's, Now Discovery; pin a of tin coantny wle taeard of Home Guyard. Tli--y was baJi or C.x ycu oma:hIn' to eat If du are I don't know as I oaa nom.tmbartlhietn raj." Post eoys "throw what you've and are ptaasod to say; that one bottki kJJUn'd an' its of o'jhor muann ea an' I know A they would nit, njSi-d-r hungry. Therte i3 for nil o' alj naw or mat, that was in CJhjicrptwd. got over the Conos Uieh, fln' come offiaoted a complete euro, dad Our child out holdin' up both ban's an' I won't Is again etroDg ?!n' on. When th--j nlggjra ilwird of 'em iivo viry long, I was married Ydu can aee same of the Horns There wa3: and healthy." ffat Oaptaji Jesse Gnj'ji Beaton, Ken- hurt you. He don it Wh .othior twtJ Uay v.as 1110.it of sn toos an liad a wufw an a li.tle gal. They Guyards 'for long 4f you wniit. coughs,, colds, hoaraansB, lagnlps, asth-tn- a, tucky Homa Guards, Comimandtjng. nvm with Pont had bean ufeird to leave 'I ard eunvj'jody would all lived Wiith mi, so I wami'it Jest Most of the orowid was w.orin' re-b-J watoh'n' croup and sore lungs, Its itba Cap'ain Steven Woodward, 17th Ken that dlnectton) too with Uieir itfleo kill em. I jot to go. uniform. Ttiey oomchid-.- d to go most infailabel Tomedy ithafs, Tmade. luowy, u. a. votunv.iare. ready. The tnoja tornwl nivier itjwp jis- - PnlQ3 Win he war furst brokja out,, tlio A lot of frjllrs iwho was in on itiho, an' not- Btpp, as It wiasn't 50c and $1.00. Trial (bottle f roe. IxeuVjcacit Porter (iov'nor ttf thi Sta'te glMe fit out ho belief didn't go. They B'JXJd at home morn a ociock. jeJs cirojn- - cume Hudgon, 2Cth tols an' a canbina. Ancithier oae cf Guaranteed; by all druggtets. m U. S. Volunkera go'n' to have mu'jhtri' to wasn't 'em behind the fence callod but "I do an' dUln'' bodior nobedy or niciCun.' In a little while after hadleSt. Private ViU:am King, Company want to surminder too." Pant wiih it an' nvasn't goln' to s ind men an' wU3 nJt miaVatod tn r.o way Xews coime a'.tir awhlVj "tihat It was toys jt feir fjj'.h'ir Hde. ,li,j relusMil right by is who had different ip'jniUns,from a Cap'ain Vlcko: an' a crowd o' reb- "E" 12th Ivintuckyj Oiva'ny, U. S. "come out tbn boldin up your hau's " out to aiiid any niufi Jwhen Presditnt thmj. to an he did. We foun put nfttanntwds, el esldl irs an' rearuto, tivaf. tXH' ln- -t VoluntocTS. Thes'i all belar(3i.4d lincaln aakeJ lihn to do et Che first Old Daa'or Alock Rawan was one o inded to git aame lioas-js- , an' that" Port's rifle was jwot Jest like to ths army. limit Ho 'xpeoVtsd Iw was goln' The reat was all our olwn mun. They soma o' the reat.' Hie new did git to thesj. Dv'ry body in ittbe country lik- take Stero Woodward, an' Pant Hudl.uo trouble over It 1 reckon, the ed itiho ol' doctor. Ha was a good son, who was at homo ("jhan. Steve was, as ivaar a3 I remembar: John tha load out oi it till tibo stuck It State was pretty muoh ap'It up on man. Nobody oer got sick, no Woodward was a captain In the' 17th Shown, Nd Shown, Iraad Hipalej-- , Ed in the fiM after he got toopu. I fclie uefc'oH, lots o' folks ibiliy.vjd in who tt was, wlwtber he liked Kentucky, an' Ponter Hudson a 1st Win Hipsley, Ashford Woodwurd, Old was a .little mad at Port at uhatiiano, tte Union an a good mainy (bslleved 'em or not, itlvo ol' doofc'j'r wud be LloUtenaEit in the 2t'ih Kmntiucliy, I Dick Stavenj,, Henry Lige bu go In a good humw with himaf. in th Sauth. lS as to lwp dawn Um first ioraon tliere to doctor 'em ba'Jovo, I aln',t eun3 wihit iV3gimient Hoover,- Lon Hooyer, Sam Ho:nvir, ter that. .The feller's bullet ntiruck an" to bIiqw I reckon, hat If tliey flaat for him an' he was able th y belonged to, but thoy wias both John Hand John Bennel'Wkprso Wash lilm on tha shoulder, tore off ashoul-d,- r liy.nvjant to lw lionest an' do Jart to go, on'bo would 'tond to em till regular soldiers. Stuvo an Port was BenniiX and one oritwo moixj, tnoy-b- s strap, dug up the hide, an' cut Sloan's Liniment has a wl at ho aald ho would, tlu Gov'nor Uwy gat well or died, an' thjymoat no'jltid about tlds as quick as possiI have forgot' about. TSiere was him a cons!di3r'ul3 godh In tbe mock. soothing effect on the mled lw iulllUa cut an' arai'id tihom always got well too. If not too bad ble of couive, an' told to (hide out 17 or 18 of us all tol'-- We all had Ho wasn't hurt muoh. John Sooiwn nerves. It stops neurala'J a) fur as ho had tnuski-jan'jww-d-j- r uff ibefofo ho got Kluero on doatored Tlry come on (past icM White Oak good hcElsfcs, tiv'ry body oauld ride wa hilt onae. He got a proUy good gia and sciatica "pains inan' lead to go 'found, I luakon. jm. Hips-ley-'s an' ov'ry body could slioot, a.n' soatrch but wasn't hunt much olthsv to Edwin's )nt'eainlng Edwin noAshford M'oodiward was the onfly one l'hore was 4wo badlfs to uhliiloroo He was an' ole fashion' pUoe( Uion on past Stovo'sjtHin body eemied afraid. Virginia stantly. 1h rtohod out. O10 lio called Bj.t genul anan, an' a rebel, Scraa of toe on past Ashflond Woodward's 'hore Lculn' tho doetor's wto follrirod of ua .(Jiat .was killiad. Guyards, the atlor loo callod Here's Proof IIunIItoA'ata .ya. to the rah-j- l army. His thfy took a ho?s, nin on up to the' tlw May they wont down the Ldverjano Oar men had aorb d atiaun'ftiy tbtd Guyaixli. alw SUh'jo Gujatdsdn Sfjms'h us. wan always open to hlafnla's Doctors wluco tlKy a'apped an' got roau to wliero choy W it an' tunni.d tiifflie an' had 'cm Mr.C. M. DowVerof JohMaobarr, out off. Oapt'n Mich., ttritni "Mood' UatoMt ta wo.o nil rebels to sturt in wutih. All .an noSody ever ccnie to lUa nlaqo an' dinner. Thoy wa;3 a 6oidsy crowd, an Into the flats. W .tr3ll-;- d ubqm Uw to Jjoat ilhon a rifJe crackod an' hi .wont bt medidno In ih worldi It h telUvcd 1110 ot Neuralgh. Thow Dilal tit l in an' nb3ut (Ma &uro nugt:ibor-- l W mit away hungry, RvjidXrrs of ibotli f nam what follu Bai'jd about 'um oW where rticy croas d Rowgh CneA, Obe Llvwrmone boja. Oap'n VlckierB I luvy ill prmeaiKl I can truly uy your q Ualment did Mop thmi." ood wlio wasn't r tools wus muaVjr- - a iniku wis con Jtaa Jy omnia' ttwino wards, aai d lilte itilnjy ow xl to b Ften nockon isucoacd wfcat we wae up to the wbE-- itliie ol' locte Mr. Andrew F. Lwr ot 60 Gar Stre, ul in na Homo GuyardB If wo wantod uul goai' bxok an liu doojor Uv.id oounry. I didn't git aoiuadnbedrlth thar' we talk-roOimbcrtond, Md., wrlttai 'om to Gav.ion Rvr. an didn't Umd to .be kutched "1 tT in no used bloaa'i Unlmtiit for Neuralgia, to. LJoto of fellKirs d nlgtit on the LlvArcnow noad. Thlso' reauo o' tli-jTiny had croaad feeVrlM3r Jasfc ro slch out an' till tlio iwx,t day. I aad I certain do praUe U very much." a trap, muay had stopped eboot- didn't ictlte sldca mduli'ir "way, dark. It had rained ul day. Wo to' at u and wo ouuld boar toime-thln- 1 nil coarce innio it a iptadj wbjna all 6I10 had boon avnr to Eilwun's for soniithl thtu tiw twhole ina. TSiy a'aid at ivjbals oam'n' a'ong WfiM gtoiuinf. ieid that morniln and was comln' home was all wit an' baeny. Wn dajn't goin' cm in the stable. Some Itfrcho" tin' tailed to git rich lutain' r He always liad ipl nty or wdrty uhU3. wtoin 1 WTni3 told abjuit their beln' crow Jie ilV.natto- - flhey. liad Of ua thcfush'i tb"y wan HxAa' to sur-an' "ilfjy nun nidcoirw to it. Pwnt, about on' to be on the lookout. , HVjaeawt rooder ibji?, ou' wa fixfta' to ax I crojcjod ovier nt Poplin's flat MiVr n' eom-a'oAs I Jat sa.td iiiitm wmt 'nough tlio come on luonto. 1 nun (uioMjJ) iiqjb tjrry. Wa a'jop't fer tho nQglift an' 'em to. AM of a eudnten tha doors mulwtstoarm all eho HotnsGrj yards folks k'inl'r 'Sk'CiU'Bilit hard of ' t4w 'bul'otj, got my gun an' ilhot" sant word to tlifa' JUj.irocin.3 Home was ilbrowud Ojnen an' Mvo wok gang ., .. ... Wliat (thuiy got wnirut muoh u'ooitu ljo'.or for haiborln' ir'he'jj, tot up lw itjuvu ,bo,uui-.-u .. my or ntare anr Guyards where rajo waij ait, an' fur aaitoped .out o tha stuble, on their is the best remedy for rheunohow. So lots of us own,el to wd w .worjd. U Ithjy run hoijiis, aibocitdn' m tbfcy otmtm. Ti)e an' was goad towards ov'ry body an' he dnajrood down Tom's (branch to mai't. tli-:matism, backache, sors jiaclwid our owm guns, 'fihuro wxia was lijt 'Iccie. uny of thi3 gang tm' ut ulad us. filler wa ,bad startod It wasn't long betoro Edwin come acroat for tb JUv&r-mor- e throat and sprains. Oimluikj a buncli o' ribels lota 0' otliur pliioai it was 1I111 83imo oaraj along wi'Ji Bill King. BM1 ,wmis nnsg-uk- We otuat th mit .nwrBiJa' 'fops bml aA Ji.i' tlw gate pipfcwan' At all dealers. way. Tliere was BtiU some gairw In t'luru IUntfond. Tli y jtorik ArUy 'Bar-iday. 'v w;d to piok'ujf tf.jtr hrall, they aaw .It wu a good cbanoe. to Kit soldier. Jlo belong d to theVAh (Jifj wrjtkd) abiut h"ju then, Iojs ut an' tocuy nwre UiUsui Price 23c30e.and $1. 00 tuldlura Ifentoolty. Your eianpaps company but 4t liad iralnl d ull ivighit Uiu' tve away. Tbis" took ua ail sorter by aur-prl'oaona, 'iauma, on' scmlrro's, ma' tliat diapikja.al to he at hoimj on' car- I belleVo. He had on blls uniform on' couldu'4 da It. We aBow! Slaaa'.kxlna iroun' We wpn't wii.tatiai' it,, ao for groun' hews, an' uanuim u a do ir, ried t&em off on' JiiUd '.di. They liad fetohid bLi anmy ombjn? an' lUs for a long time iltjritt to fted www a i.tn4i. dUn't lunow wbat to do, Sor ua' lots of turky gleaj to Rough atole tomu iiosd&s too, an waci'lhur pistol, m I rejk'ixicL Ike wm a whck ot wieoi au- - umMnX Noj of, eosld ttoMb, abot at Grwjk Hatj. All ttf us bunttad RSl7m'mwU AdJttw, unin too a juad of jn nubjd tbi towu Taufg- - man itlivin., Male anor'n a bey. u kowd (Ma part d'' Mm Bowttoy 'em. Om iimd'h bom wvjat down pith Br. an' burirt tlio count IvouiU tine w!wn li!i wjaair wunnlt 8oaAudy lwtm- - hiw. IU kit tb aroiwd a yttnnin,' ub "ll ttiis We waa't tbeno long b'fono Oaiit's. jkarbUMi'arJy to work, could kill wa hard to aton' t&, but mj oouTitia't JuMjjOr'wm oumse 1U tl3lf an' there wa d to r'm, tuber ti Ji'r iwm a. fma Md run night IkrlS.SU. r bbr re tiwro itjuliTo's wij'li 11 rCX'e Uat was big help it, C c we illdn't knuw itbjro was a coaLdarau'e number of Via gag wuwi suuivan (ira)iM)Vi Buttwrtandl) balookHg to broth y IWwia, J put gun, an ovurlbudy any enough to paolco, in tho countiv an' illOn't Uu?w toe, b.ifoiw lon.Capt'a jvm HrfW Inland Klfttioni wo ihml mw. hM foot brtiM mhnwp up. wstai v,w UQtorJ.b!o good bltcoiin' ut a nark, Iwir 'bout It, till Uty Lad fomtujn counrud U4 boys liid ooe o' (As mMi & Jtowan'aAw t twsa. "WN, Jat tbow a, Klra oraotad aa' b want Uuudn.jd, kilUd and Uw k&kU gono. We liel' tluire la 'wujto horo now to MxiKitlin a as niL'di as a stnt tor. H wm a wii ho do ikmi o oImt m ovar da fofcar MtWrliat ub off, a iiwjtlii atnomgst oiiiWlww wr tu,'k-o- d wUi, I TXQvot mx mm to (bay HilijH tw jter. YfttV-r h liundrud an' fifty yaixto oaw4 ma ' knocked tbte bnwaa out- d aVMHi' ottt as' found bto bVim Ya th fjatnf ft' him. Vtm ei!BHK about It. All of U3 who jwmat in akj rfiootln oil ban'. Mu&t itoi!j ,' itliem waon. Thto Uiae tuw ja:a wa-- . mi ji'lit us tlio army iwickisd 'to 'ty K,tUow km ivaak. Phi goln' to f.'ktlAi w ' m wMl tiraai iln.fao' 'mftihd - Wii Ha aawwiit td. It wm CMara wk- wull trV to f.rin wllliout u gnAtiM' and 13 mJiait wo h'juMjX wl ( bo iU Oma. 1 intA'H' to fuller m VAi wm a'l ktuttry m.' utfUmmm scvat Mlajt it Wr Jf, two aWoHt', aa to Cry (( miltb&wt a gu .w. roi'm tm m IUiiw GniwcW aa.' aytklu' U la H to b We I QvwVAke Vi m. n mT wnawi tiat fttHHc o Ma o' had a, THE aobaAy tf thy Moai vwsflbwly woakUnt bother met swa . Gra n BjUn h- gmm w all lUat dK4n't rid, TiW M we wMMa Mr ftmm towns wa kMi M in 4I rgr Clfcp'alflJew fMhWA in hit teMl MM Hr MKM, Wr. Tm 3Vjr t em)S come afex 3 liijr J-- r ibel !Tnr. ' I doa'l rjtumher wli.h er Uapt'n Jeol w.m a .hurcli i jx! a or not, bat Ire t tntut m ould TM Xfeat Tbjriif &' h cwMjfUhi Mtlar.' m titrm 'ttwif aor'o' rm imw ww 0txmi'mr oof a' so had 11 bl, ,e -- Mek, cutttn' tftw 1 Mm aof eWMla' tmjmmity rtk !) " V. a' !- i, ct bt pr"- w) 4 -- I ear-bkv- -s, ,wX a-- W-gfa- - ad kaum-wikV- W' J a' ab ab, K-- e ,' th-m- anj'-taln- 'n li no-de- n' l af-v.- n ki-v- sor-vlca- d 't J JHHIJH -- m-a- l. I I s hoss-wbunp- or -- ty lnl - Ch-.i- y , dif-fnm- ce Stops Neuralgia Pains kA jf1 ,1 s A I d ud K-a- m ba-fo- tr-ta'3ki- or iriiv-.i- tlj f thi-iol- SLOANS LINIMENT ur wt A Wt-U- m L Kv.-r'tod- y fr a' tSL' ' fc tly jKdmyr- el. aW'ja ri it x. hj: r'T'''Uwff jiW " mtmM I ADHERED TO HER BARGAIN FJORDS OF NORWAY ( F' r 1 h LET US PRINT YOUR CARDS . ride Had Own Opinion of Marriage as Buslnets Transaction, but Par toi Got Hla Fee. note heads ENVELOPES BILL HEADS LETTERHEADS STATEMENT-- HEAaDS OIRGULARS-- ij' .'postcards :. - :.'- a, . - blotters PROGRAMS' ". ''SHIPPING TAGS LABELS '.STOCK-FORMS "" ' ' ; BOOKLETS"." im ORDER BLA'NKS MORTGAGE BLANKS .CATALOGUES ' DEED BLANKS N Tho Rev. L. B. Bates, long associated with tho East Boston Bethel, tells In his "Wonder Book" of an araus-Inmarriacn enrnmnnv nnrfnrmfwf hv Natural T.unnal Bored Through Great ! his father. This Is his account of It: adoui nine o'clock one night the Rock During Glacial Period Look old parsonage on Capo Cod was apa Though Chiseled by Hand proached by a man and a woman in of Man. a "ono horse shay." Hearing the Christina, Norway. Llko huge ser wheels, Father Bates went to tho pents' of clear sea water the fjords ol door, to see coming up the walk a Norway wriggle miles Inward Into the buxom lass of two hundred pounds or land and offer to the eye some of the so, followed by a very llttlo man. With a gigglo she announced, most picturesque landscapes In the world. At times tbe channel narrows "We've come to be mnrrlcd, parson, haven't We. Bill?" An pnonrntlp j between sheer cliffs to tho width of a I tourist steamer and then It suddenly nudgo succeeded in eliciting tbe dc- 'broadens out Into an inland lake bor sircu uiurmauon irom uui. Tho parson exclaimed the license, dered with meadows and deep green and proceeded to business. tllnA fnfAata T!nf4tiAi. nn.th nlnnlni.. "Please Join your right hands," he and snowflelds come down almost to ,the water's edge and nature is barren ea!d. "Dearly beloved, you are gath, excepting whero a few hardy plants ered hero for tho purpose of holy mat.struggle for a bare oxlstenco. Accord. rimony. Do you1' but he was here Ing to geologists these Intricate fjords interrupted by tho bride: "Say, parson, before you go any ,wcro formed by, tho movement of ice In the glacial period. One mass of Ice further would you mind taking your spread from Russia across the Baltic pay in dried apples?" Being assured that dried apples sea and Sweden to the valleys of Nor. way; the other pushed eastward from wero current coin with parsons, she thoNAtlantic and It was in these fjords, allowed him to proceed: then high-lai"Madam do you" but again he valleys, that tho two frozen waves fought against each was interrupted. other, wearing away soil and strand "Say, parson, the apples are not until, when tho ice melted, the valleys rlpo yet, but you shall have them bad disappeared and fjords had takon without fall." their place. But gigantic rocks and Ho assured her that her honesty peaks which had resisted the friction was appreciated, and proceeded with of tho glaciers remained. tho ceremony without furthor interThere aro at least 150,000 of these ruption. islands, some of thtm over 3,000 feet Two months later a bushel of the In height, and their grotesque shapes best dried apples was hauled by the aro not the least attractive feature in brido herself to tho parsonage door. the weird panorama of broken sea and "I don't know as ho was worth it," land, Tho most famous is tho Torg-batte- she said, with a twinkle in her eye, about five miles to the north "but a bargain Is a bargain for all that." Youth's Companion. g , I n Torgtiatten Is a Ptrptndioular Giants' Cauldron. Tho Kind You IIjivo Alvrnys Bought, nml which luis been iu uso for over 30 years, Jina borno tho slgnnturo of mid has been mndo under his pcr- Bonnl supervision slnco Its infancy. 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Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable, t END OF AN OLD SUPERSTITION Kelght of Present New York Buildings Discourages Youngsters There to Seek Fortune. Said a Now York octogenarian: "The height of buildings ia New York has dealt a death blow to an old superstition that animated many a country youth who came hero to make his fortune 60 years ago. Heaven knows how they came by the belief, boys came but most of those e to tho city thinking that If they could toss a coin over a house they took a fancy to at the first try, tho house would bo theirs somo day. "It was one of my surest convictions, and I put it to a test immediately aft-er- , paying for my first meal in New York-- Tho only money I had left was three-cen- t piece. With an that in my hand I walked around looking for a desirable piece of property. Pretty soon a corner lot on which st6od a brick houso took my eye. "I had practiced coin throwing In tho country, so I let my three-cen- t pleco go for all it was worth over the front of tho houso and ran around tc tho back to see whero it landed. It went clean over. I knew then that that house and lot would bo mine in due time, and sure enough they were. People, don't woo fortune by flipping coins these days. Tho fellow whoso success depends upon tossing a three-cen- t piece over the. Singer building' woulO be In a pretty bad fix." up-stat- X Le Us S utttilt fr Estimate on Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. OUR CLUBBING-RATES- . THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN '& 'r Phono Ko. 22 HARTFORD, KY. vvw; FARM TOPICS. .A CHEAP LIQUID iPEftTILlZEn. Last Ee3Bon was exhtmkjly dry, and ivatier from tibia mriilkrooim, tho (was-t' milky wiaiiar Ivam tiio Btvswn. 3 panator and tram (Wft'lhdnig nillUy disihias, iwaa ua;d tor rmai'ierinig planltsj A Jwd of lattiio?, bo trfcfttxiil, was tho wonder o't malgblbarihraoid tor iluxuHant snowt th-and iteadernKm laatj'jng for table ue)i tho lentlno season, without Iwdomiing .touali. A ibjd or agturs arid lunf&s. wataned leM-- ry iwo-to- avfett'jns from of milky orun eapanatar hlirx uritas. ssom at tracted itiuo attwmtion cf t(vi3 uasiajm-by, .for its rank rq.vSli, and Itbu bun bloom. danno and 'brdlllanoa of te .Haticafiiefr, Wi mi'Jky watur iflroaiiniiUk. rooni and kitobuii twdLl ibo eontsWircd of mono valuia to Sihc-- esnden, iflor 'forc ing ospealal beds of j!anil.3 than for food; idlu3 amount of milk (wihirih. It contains, being too nvudi tljlutl for calf and pig tedding. In wring tho r Ijho pull tJho UuctdEg lYiifth wateir Ion plants 4t 4s bwrt jlo Hum it slowly frcan tho iiaiil; as there a n, nitxzlo oltaraoa that It may dog Uin of a Hprinikter, Also, Htlr tiha mA afltor using iiho iwilky ,vwfer A' v 'I aqa ploaaad 1c Baaaaaroaad Chabay- aor (iot tkw MWw Mw jNnow, aba hat aMo nanwn. Mn'HCtMivitRiamtioVaa tor U aU ilmiiiMla uhdoh the htrwit(i to "wMnm awl I JwKiw UCaadaMateiwMi'Areott .Mm waaibar, wi4tec ' aoaatoww of fc) nw, ittannuw ehk and braavaUal .Qaio. ary, Mt ta oaty a' i W wd 1mu. Mnk U B. Arnold of "W tora.vaa4 tfc raitiMy mJ tt for watwtag, en It won farnm a crust upon tho Burfaos, wliiuh vvwt beibro ka and Hblrrjd. (Jen'jru3 Laaiilbert iu JUohlsan IVuuwcr. SALT FOR KAXGB CAa'TLE. aro Tiw WtiiUirn eJoiw owttUnikan "hftuHng out rock e.ilfc and dumping a Ug chunk of (t Iwra and Wtona ror tto rone Thte .biwiceiB of BoMing ttw mn3 Is an aaiMa Job wlnich not oady ooHits a good JJ1 uf moiwey, but to KAjftis lot of laktf. Ilhls oalt Sm-lo- i iKiUtwl ivroduot from I4b lt UAJi ru4 oomea tn cakes nvsbiivg 300 or 300 pouwfe:' lit te nut ua ay to bandle, dor it hw to be Iwwilwl lk a tmmt hwtMalble 'itlnoM and Hheeelv- -. b Job a bit. Tb iHCti do not Jik tormt, mwY. 4hh tf few -uwy notions ,jnwoiib and tits aUoUaattt 'of 8 pauwfa ate an htoad ftKch bona aninwl on Uw raua, bat tlrta obJIo doM wot knoMW Aoofaor awyiMvtag, for bo tmn lr wt ibow muoh mtM. a Htor wlH ta tihoroughly. If nlr eet to. the cmssl-aiaiail3. The boaltlng of tlw enal-lig- d eipalla. T'ho heating of Kto ia duo to bactjrla, which multiply at 140 to fCO d?gnaj3, lJBtsr a t,lrj a slawrx fionnjntai'jion pmcesa succeeds and ocolio no'd Is fomncd, which ghjos a p.iUah (o tho fo d. Tb facillato tUesa prooasaoa.a fair ainbunt of moig'uro Is iwod3d,, eo, If the corn Is at all dry it is wall to torn a sbreai of water dn to tjluo flllo as it Is hilng pacloed. If 6hio icnal'ago is fnuzon no material harm s lonk3. Gao. P. Grout In Kansas FUmro y. TO KILL "WA11BLES" ON OATTTiLE. Talon cqiumian OiX and throw in 6n tbe baclvs of your caifiVj, and U3ually Kill all tihrar- oim ojipllcaiaon bks; if not, mi wt It asa'.a ia a. wlt or bo. Tlw cattle will lick oaoh olihier'a backs antd MU ail Un watiblts. I havo bevjin JTaiang siclc tor niysslf Por a long' t!nw, mud Ma Is a'J J WTOr d3 for stcckw Xo,w, don't bo afraid to put on uteri y ur ra'it I usually apply w hfen th-- y nr ut itlioiackf or toul "bunk, as 0Ky ana tbjn Eldll. Just walk along bxfliind and HaatroHt from ifoll to horn, and If liav any lioo It will 1011 tji:in, ipu. for notlnng cam llvo in liij brto,. A. W. Jiobnson, to Wallxc's I"iiruMj A REJAL RAT TRAP. A neighbor of mln5 placud antron ktj!I0 irartly full of bran, buokwti ut and nwot senilis, UJh a bournl ' approach oonv3iil6iit for tho mi to walk up' to ma kut&o unftll tjiiy wjro accuntCTnod to led fcty.viH TSbjji th acu'jeoits tla was filtod to about .'Jw ttuueiUA)th wHli water, 'ith a .ittJa bran. aprin4cla for a bMnd. FtiUfcinn aisita Vhm found In tho kty- - JA njit morning, If any lescoiKd 8hy Wit Um brah la a hurry. F&rm JoiwaL WhoUieri itlv3 fcllago bo daltviered by carrier or .blower, it la nary matees-satr- y tliat otta cr two gioal Jiun ro- raaln In tba eilo to ,ia.ck fcbe ejmllag The Torghattan. in Nordland. Its shape, as indicated by its name, is that of a Norwegian mnrket hat floating on the water and attaining a height of over 800 feet. What gives 'it its unique character, however, Is a natural tunnel bored through It during tho glacial period. As this tunnel is 400 feet abovo the level of the sea como idea can bo formed of tbe ex tent to. which tho soil was worn away. In, reality this strange nolo is a perpendicular giant's cauldron in which Btone, ice and water churned and swirled until thoy had perforated the rock In their frantio Arctic struggle and gained an outlet for the lmpa tlent masses behind. So perfectly did they carve the tunnel that in parts It almost looks as though It had been chiseled by the hand of man. On th eastern side it is only 04 feet high increasing to 260 feet on tho westcra Its length is over 600 feet, tho wall! aro almoBt perpendicular and tho llooi covered with the debris of ages and with remains of the last struggle, Just before wave and ice retreated. Gnzlna; through it from tho western extremity tho spectator is rewarded with a peculiarly framed panorama of blue water, rugged qoast and Jagged Islands, with perhaps a quaint Norwegian Ashing smack silently pursuing Its way southward. of the. Blndalsfjord The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.50 TnE Republican and St. Louis 1.75 The Republican nnd Home and Farm 1.25 The Republican and Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 The JttEPUBLicAN and uany uwensDoro inquirer 3.25 k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The 'Republican and Kentucky Farmer Tke Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 al Globe-Democrat ro Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to TKE REPUBLICAN. INTERESTING EVENTS 000 Is pnodlctod this iba Euro IN CHICAGO NINETEENTH WAS BITTEN BY 2,000 DOGS Denver's Dog Catcher Holds a Record but la None the Worse for Hla Experiences. Denver, Colo. Two thousand dogi have now had luncheon off Herman Cam, the official dog catcher of Den vor, the" last to take advantage of bit generous girth being a hungry New foundland dog which embroidered bit initials on Cam's back recently. Fol lowing his usual custom, Cam bathec tho wound with carbolic acid, an then started off to provide a banquoi for some other dog. Cam has been in charge of the bow wow bureau for years and picks up or an average of Ifl.OOO stray dogs ever year. At first he Med to keep track of bis bites by making an entry in a book, but they came so faist that b bad to buy an adding machine. Sav for a couple of serious punctures Id biSrnoBe. loilloted by a peevish pup, Cam's exterior appearance does not differ from that of the ordinary doe eatcaar. It is aot until he disrobes, as he did one day recently at the request of the city oMeials.. that the of hla ptrkU srvls4a become apparent Hla ax)Ue4y carved anatewy la a .spjaajtM uwuta ta ta arttattc marks- - Comedy of Corn. "Say, you know how fastldloui Briggs is 2" "Yes." "Well, he gets wild whenever tb Maltland girl, she's his fiancee, catt corn off the cob. She found out how ho felt about it, and the other evening at dinner at the club she tried to cut the corn from the cob. Briggs noticed this and smiled approvingly, but Just then her knife slipped, the cob , popped nimbly onto Brigs' tho plate skidded, the gravy bowl went over and all tho cut off kernels showered themselves dangerously near tho gorgeous corsage of that very stout Mrs. Singleton Mink." "And what did Briggs do?" "Say, Briggs was game. Ho called the waiter, handed him the cob, and said, 'Francois, this corn popped from the plate just now. I didn't or dor popcorn. Bring the other sort, Fran cols, and make it cobless, please.'" shirt-bosom- NATIONAL IRRIGATION DECEMBER CONGRESS 5 to DEC. 9. Mme. Qabrlello M. Vassal, Curious Annamese Customs. Qr TJine te a lttl daiiar from a txM kxm an attack of Ue snip xa.x)t Xollow-ewbt-by iwtaumoiUa, and HJJ waau Cbuberlajn imvw happing Cough Retuay to uad. TbJ'witi?dy baa won Ha great raixuMJon. and tanalv seim by Its rBarkiftbI outvs of eolde aed wij) aid ui b lvHtd upon walk lak)it JrklK. For aai br ait drafkylato, . m r th(HO"-:iteft- of a French doctor, who was attached to tbe Pasteur Institute "Of the a llttlo village on the coast ot Annam, relates some of her experiences. When sho and her husband arthey were rerived ot ceived by (tho native servants, who salaamed and squatted on tho floor for a long period, this being their method of greeting EuropcaiK. Servants bad the curious habit ot washing all dlsbes under the tablo; never oo its top. Men and women dressed alike, wearing trousers and tunics, and women on tbe way to market with their baskets always walked in. single file. Nba-TranNha-Trang tbe wife ra-4- j ai trbU' aTrV Dar, WalMdt ttiSiluila itfM rlta watyW an Tati to a V Ma yawC f WBa aaia ttf atf dnasgaaw. 'w JPOf m 'lata aaaa ftBvv Obligation of Love. Love la a debt, an obligation that never can be fully met, and so must rest upon ua always. We cannot annul obligation at will, oaanot refuse payment and bold ourselves free, theJeaala fawHy, Hla Aldaad kindness, sympathy sad love, tfo parfwatW araate roll a, wa ow on avary bad. to our brother bmh) everywhere, walla llfe'lasta. J, afaaai sasairV avv ssiiiiatBaBaf R. Mtltor. j: Tho objttt aud iwjio.-- of tWs Can t'oll-jsla- b anil Ktvnrwrji' lw vniesewl Sin l's muc givss can b Comtitfets, National Urnndwrs' in, "Savo th j for si j, H'.ora thk floods. on and Stookansn's Mct:Jugs Public Dally r claim tho dtAs, imik Jioaw-jth-EntBrtaln-m- i nrtlllant Eioning land," to which might bj uddjd nts "drain On swamp nnd uiak hernia U.jot waoliid by fast and oXfiident on th-- - land." Tb-r- j Uain service of tho ore In. (In Uniwl Status acros tif siwanup land, Railroad ,u in nacu to li- - altb, nnd a Illinois d tenwvt t Jmiiiigrat dn. 73,000,000 ami Um--- , Tinkers, msiL'rvatlcuB, unln fatnii d ivlild iii'o mwiia and sioclfic faixs from jour si'jai'jlon lunuy for 1,S"3,000 ftinlH,, or may bu had of your lociil ttektit agent. 10,000,000 of our cblaansb G. H. BOWER, (I. P. A. wdlt bo This land wlten rua'aim-Memphis, TVjun. tha mo'.t proJuctho of all lands, it is c'niiiaiiKl of tilm rldb soil Slato of Odilo, City of Toledo, brought dCjAii by thi rlvvrs, dupoalt-Lucas Couiuty. bs. ji 1 b Miu ilaaaov.'d and nilx-aPrank J. Clicnr-- inaltfcs oatlx but for oTitunVn. ho Is seuior phitnur of tho flmu ot On account ot tho dlvjrulful F, J. Cheney & Co., dolpg busilncwi It in tlio City of TDl-'uland state conipMoariona County and BtabeP would ttA.ini that Alio lTn!it-3Stato nfonald, and (hut Kuid flrU nutluoirl-t- y Is" logically th Government will pay tlio sum of ONE HUNDRED to rod jsm (1vk lands, utong tho DOLLARS ,for niuOi and oiwy caajof Hues pursued in tha ixielanuitlon of Catarrti tlmt caunot ba cun-.nby tli Uw r4d Linda of iha Wtt. : Uw 4nilj?.iMc of uso of Hall's Catamh Ourw. of Tlw FRANK J. OI1ENEV. tha .arid land ot cJiw Far Wcat,and tllie po3jbmri;& of tilw diralnnjj of Swprn to lwforo nw and subicrlbjd lbs swamp lands of tlio Gniat Soulth, in my pnfliicx. thia Ctli diy of A. D. ISO'. gtvwi and o'smwlMM, J11 ho A. W. GLEASON, att ui'ton In nu nlahomoj proNotary "Public. gram tliat bi b mi 'pUntMl for (Jils '(S1CAL.) Hall's CiUarih Cnro Is token hir- oongnws. DAigaiJ'dJ ftrcm nil parte nally, and ncia dirocoly on tluo muocua of Uw a wmH a CoMgn 'JlaVd' lwu InVirtvid, and surfac-t- j of tho syab mi. Solid for five. xjxp'ilU. a "goodly V, J. CHENEY & CO., lN'D 8UOAV, NOV. 18 TO' DEC. !. Toledo.; O. An ocular iinkiatrUMoJi Uf tho and'boiCkfettli'.UVal uViVtdtoii-WK-SoV by all druggrWs, 76c Take Hall's Faulty Mlk for ooawvla-tto- a. W'HwW, tanlaUut,-kBM'UMtW,- Sta'nw. Ah Mh dance of o?r , o Ex-hibj- ts, Stioclv-Judgis aud vls.t tho UUnoiia tntral Exhibit of produo'a grown in th two grit Soutborn Stai'.os ot Louisiana and JLisisslppl. LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION DiCiiinb-'- r 2 to 9. n This and country-famou- s elmvr will bo hO'd in Wte Auiphlth.'aiti-dwcoity und adjoining ibuildings at llw Union nd a display Stock Yards Chicaigo of many thuiuauds ot Hie tliust bixjd- Ins catit'o, liQPii, sbo-'- and hwIikj nialoes It a grand contort of cliamidon SlauKhtfr V'eta, Packing llouro will-knowIntiar-luiitioi- Sil, 00 Central! d ... wl . vjg-.ita'J- ! lar ccu-ttCry- , tft d ininiumnjpjijjMD Tk Hartford Republican. Jlartfe, C. , PUBLISHERS ttow jwrcr fen tat 1 bv a Ma . naa-- w Unmnt SLATED FOR GOOD JOB Hlrt Ky., nnimtN' " law at tfc run! yWaa the mM awt M f Hwin;w fni ikwt Ummi ever (kxlMi.'. T ocradc jarljr is wow wif am was a fro pari." Tara aw M. BARNETT, E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER NEY FOSTER 4At tj Ii )hm bon pftjadMiNg fli r 3Yjr fchij BMTOHS DrOHcorstCc par1! ov-- RAMEY J. lganaa.fctcii AND PROPRIETORS. t i ? I p -- j support of govuinracit staouM hn laid a j to oHccurastt hpmo industry SaCZtaCZMCOZLTOES. whew possible and to Uwfcit labor." This atatotneot gou3 far lenond anyaoiTl. atlrrvz.. nathing to be found in uni tional platforms, whfch fhavta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. formly "proposed Miait a itAritf should honvi be fvr r ivenuy only, hAvta; labor and honw lnidiig'r.v to Hblft for THAT ELECTION OUTRAGE. ' The first voter raho npp ar--d at the themselves without ttha aippllcatton of West Hartford matlire ptiQi on the. Uw iprob3stlo prinolpVa. Tine Ropubllcan pan' 1b dlsnoUy morning of Nov. 7Ah happenud (o be pnanJlwni of an unfontunntfo Republican whom ulw for tho reasonable law disqualifies, because he had b n Aiu itcan wages and ilndustrVs. it Is any particular adjudged by a jury of his jnunrffjuni-n- . not c&nvmUitud to to ibo of unsound oiund nnd food not sell tlulo, or any fixed lovwl of sdh It has char-n- l cus.omsduti & had his disability's removwd, as the smwo kiw rsquires. He was promptly from time to time. It has njaicvod ohallong-by the alert D.inocraitic so.tu dut!o3 ontlrely, as In thie casa challenger and all the Vx3t4on offi- af &ji and caffc3. For ft lnw it suspend"d lihe duty on cers agryed ithat ha was not unfUtlud rs niway. coal, but found that Anwnican to veto, and ho was turotid wcto not tliraaviby bono! Lt,tetl to Democratic voter npp nnjd at tcxtT a the East Harford vnfcing jdado labor the silghicat extant IJut Ciiraugh all ing uiwljr exactly tine suno disabili- theao modiflcaione ihe :iT(WR)d Reties, was challenged by th Rnpubll-ca- n publican putTpoacH iws i3 ji to protest HON; G. B. LlkENS. chall-jnig- r worknra and. Ameriibut ifennii'JV'd to vote. wls.ily Am Bosjwonth gti.s In'o Wh-- n Aud'.tor January ho will nwo3nitaJ d can bu9lnio3s lntijj3js. Still latdr a Domocratlc voter his first aarid'ant an OUulo oounivy boy In cdio jwfisja of Aj'j3irar 0. B. polls, ksukis and pbitfomis havj donkd himself at West Hariford UHoins. Mr. Lilfoira has tons' be:-- Um ivognIzai Dicnccratlc Lvndnjr of Ohio who was also dlsuunUffod uud - Uie that rtJli.B is n commcndcublo or ovon a county. For Hlx OLncuit Count CI sun law. He (was challrflgl by tlva oonstltuilonal policy. Thu most rjiab- - Aor:?y of Huntfrd h3 cs wll quallfi d ak and is at prv.in Olfy tcr tth.j pMltlun, niid Th.j die mgerand turnwl pway orote eipocli Mr. ljrya.n mad3 nthtiA n Ropubllcan ohall Is glad to tuj oai Ohio caun y man. tlius 'honored. e undw tlw tame rulo applied to the mmb.2ir of Conrgvas was a ,hu.wevr,la-to- r argument been ind Mr. Dnyan. lra,3 Republican. Ho and was ghjn a vo'o. Thi3 is as the Dontoioratic nominiea thToo timas and that ov.iry bexnln Iuq uYvJaT A. whs it itiho sum total of in the last four yPiMJdanitlal tsam- - In gwiiral, cyteri' lifctlj attoation giv-ovontnin-for tho "horrible eWction ouoagrjj" chang paigns. D&mcoraAte todailswill maa just iihttlTmuoli Tiio usUn lihat include nupport for pJ-tccti- fclmo savtid whjn Ow tool is in u3 ed to Hartford R ipubicans by dutlcE, n maitmr liow small, and tlintii is to ValuabW. Hartford Herald. To IA expUcit,'jhrj r votors weno challenged who occupied are a l!op, mo moititior bow idisgulsjd. AViIdjii. in um the utmost canj should I iJenttically tlio satrw grpimd to far as Globd Dcmoorot be dvwni to pnopn lubricaiaoa, as up- Some Kentucky School superinT-of Jesal disqualifications iwnl. dK?p?nds to a srwtf on bi$ tliem iwero D cnccraitB and one a ReAgricultural Extension. tendents Make but $1 a Day. the UCj of any madhilds. Finalpublican. The (two Dtiuiocrats ,wa"1o ly n ithonuugli undyreiauiddnig bt( lh H is entimatod that iho maiohliiV'Ty allowed to rote, while ithe RapuWi-ca- n and tools TttOcwarT to onrWa'iO n. tttnm working of a niaoliin, ar.d tin ap- D anocnUa was lvfuaod. Tho mus- - EVEN OI lls I1Dor l,01c! t PAY 0 OWN POSTAGE Hvo.-n.7an. ou' Hav size ' made tho first cballtrBgo and align- of ' of from one to thn.o thousand dol!ni. oar!a,nl' 0Vj3uk ,n h'XjJT ca ed itho grouads. Doubtless but for This toitlal out'ay us fainvy but, wfojn suwiy luny axtotract'xn jo m am a piv-dnch this a olaa3 of vorS ts In loi:g aarvioo and acan'owy of op- fipm good working tools, and tlu int- - But With These Pitiful Salaries Th. who have Usui voting illenlly the Incld-jntal to tlhitalirop- - Must Put Up Bonds as High as ?S3,. eration du3 to their uije is c(lrn3id ty1 mijnsw saving xor years would still Have gone un- - . u.-.-.t- . , I....... . ,. . use, w.11 b3 suniciuJW. - incjjii" iv 000 Average Territory Is a Hundred "W"'- ""' chalkmgd. This is a plain unvarnlsh. "'" for tjiie asnopHr aus tj. yverj' tool on lUill-j;JSquare Miles. IUO IXJfll l tLCUIUAll. JIOW- oil statament, made n cersary by Uw eier, unUs3 elvwn good care nnl Ow farm, large and small. continued assortioms cf t'Jio Does the blame for school 'conditions Fur irlforjnataon addrt'is tiicir pDnlod Xxf s3vioe cxt Kd.jd ito a atHort-fo- r Herald that the lie at the door of the county superinG. J,KINNEV, had commitited aoiuis gnenAcrtnia maximum, their fnequvinlt Asi't I'rof,s-t- r of Agronuiny. tendents or the people at large? wiill be a great factor In destroying Many county superintendents receive againiit some Dunittcniiiic voten. It salaries of $400. a year, and none of Is made with malic? toward none and all profrts froon tho torn- them receives more than $1,500. When Sheriff's Sale. Tdie quoticji of how long uny macharity for all, but 'Jiat In .vlw of all Ahat has bj-said, tdi truth chine ougJit ito giie good BLrviice can By virtus of Ex- - cutdon No. 431 direct a man has a salary do-of $400 he is of necessity forced to something else of course be oajswierd only 1m a genershould be known. ed to nuwhioh issued from the CVark's ortarve to death. al way. A ljJnder witili avf-rjgoroijrs Office of the Ohio Qireult Coivfi in No stream can rise Prospeat3 ana .much brighter for pros tif 50 to 100 Its acivs ought to las,t 20 favor of E. P. Baraus & Bro., oaain'jit. source. No underpaid.higher than put IHjrous itlme3 in Ohio county than the to 20 yfvups or longer. Intha,t tiano but James AicNutit, for (ho sum of $100.02 energy and thought Into man 'can his work. In wore a year ago. A vry good crop 1,000 to 3,000 aorts vMould lb-- harvest. witii inij-ea- t fitan Jurea 20, 9104 and one of the fertile and prosperous counof corn is being harv-sv- ! and wblbj ed and fit isconialnly notunn-asonabkties of Kentucky not many miles th. tobacco crop is not large It Is sal to exneat (that much from a machine. $9.23 cost cptdjiwi (by ?C27, Not. 12, Cincinnati, O., I had an interview from with CMay 14, 1903; $3.00, Aug. 1904; ?3.00, to be ot a supj-nlo- r quality. lVoplu A good fanm wagon cught to last r0 12, 1903; $2.0o. Oat. 13 J903; $2.00, a county superintendent whom I knev along the Rough rhwr valKiy liaie a to be a "live wire" educationally. My jxars; a t'el rollmr almost n, a senious tlnw of it for cjw nsJi two a grain dnlll 2G yoains; a hay lifetime; Jan. 13, 190C; ?3j00, Jan. 29, 1907; $2.0 nrst.question was; raknnd Feb. 24, 1907; $4.00, Al 1C, 1907; "How responsible does years with almost an tVilivj crop hay tomiur 25 y.ans, the public juida disk har- $2.00, JuiU3 12, 1907; $1.00, Jun, 23, failure in succession. lIowie-Kfthey row 13 years. What aixs the s&zni.3 o 1907; $2.50 SorX 9, 1907; $3.00, Due. consider your position?" "Do you mean as measured by are full df ,pluck and n.iiiy and will go ting ihls long asr.ice from ma;h!n 29, 1907; $2,00, Oat. 12, 1908. I or salary or by the bond I am asked mj saon ovixxme tho nibrftauunt!.!! of the ery? Sholtwr to and ntbaitionj I jast. TlhAire is no a tit- r faitnilng lam Any buJddnig whtoli will lvkfl) out one of my deputies,. i;Ul, on iMoiukiy give?" la the United Stas l,han ilhat which rain and snow will Fwnie tor auiniiig tho fcunth day of Deamiib-- T 1911, at "Your bond." to "Well, I have five a bond of $30,. 1 o'clock j). m., at tlij CVnirt Houae Is C3ntaiii.jd in th.s W'.r vallMy, and tools. 000. You see, I have $24,000 ss Tobaaaa .bams, atock ibarnsand door ilantfund, Ohio CVxuivty, Ivjn-tuck- through many jloirs tiierw has iwjn in for no my hands annually to finance vii tMm'punany eijrniw ulttds will expose to PuWic stile, io Uie overflow at a s ason to inftenfwo itnawer. Howxvx. itlie qutton of h'gh. st bidder, the follopring lnwpa) the forty. six schools that are scattered wltli (the crops and it mayiba Wlenty c!iieni(3i? in h'joning and u.Wilng (or to niuth lUmreof as may ba jilch.'S-sa- over the county. Besides, the school-housyUT3 befow sucli anytlier occuirnanoe. with their equipment are an intools out ts sciiportiuit, for Nwilik to Ki'iisfy Plaintiiff'fl tlifat, mtw- - vestment of about $55,000." In the Rough t u iniconviaii'.en t it Is a prt-ai"You say soattered over the csit and coat),Ko-wi- t: rivto" siUti to b conie itlie gamdyn. to av out tools during a A CQiVaia lat of ground, laying and How much territory does Jt eountv upat of 'marti Kentucky. cover?" biuy ts jiaan until fchey bconici runtblng in Ohio county, Ky wih all "This is rather a small county, but ed and wwiitlhicir 'beaten. A building Improvements my schools that I am forced to visit Tho IvaiusrtiinKvvrlng-Tinu- is last llKtreon in Uuo town of Mond-i- y con aln d a k'ng'alnj' editorial ejpoclally for .this anuiiwre is by far B.wiver Dnni, Ky Paid lot being 00 cover a territory of a hundred square miles, and they are calling attientloln of 4h party liadi,r most coniviJai!en,t uiwl (will jxay llur .f ftit front and running back 170 feet roads. It ts quite a on many kindssuof proposition to in n flew laira. lit should to the pla ifoum 1h and locaVtl on. yie a, nr--st siiwoif- Mivr- - pervise En&t aide of the wdrk of sixty-fiv- e teachers til- Joally four or fhv, which it consider built ait a canrviwiijnt jdaoe on wjiicli nard Str-'a-t, nnd in forty six schools, to say nothing of It juul being just South ed the invpontant onus. HawAver w farm, wbaw diralnagw is good, adjoining the office work and the, inspection that vt nnd notice that the couny unit ivas not should .be mln, hilo,w and oWckwi-tlgin- t. lot No. 1 jii block 31, viz: in faat U ,ls necessary for repair and new'build-Ings.- " b,. Tlio sltould fthe four or flWj idoJges on9 of Is inuiDoddatoly iiit thj East vaid oft, 2nd (oo'4s tun- - bi ivmaxl atid . euuh ithat by 4ho Tunt-sI was silent for a moment, thinking Siiwt Being tlw some pronim'y con put tbaiQk ny gnoit dlfficul-l- y. of the probable salary that would be vened to Jainv Mc.Vutit by I. 1 ,Bu Rocs wit is again ftviide bulWng wiVJi A siVerai nard and Mlfo, by djd, doted Mnrdi paid a manager to take charge of a being inrenitlanijd Sn many parts df the large downs will lwobably bj found 30, 1903 amd of rnoonxl in ded boolt business with $55,000 in the plant Unit.xl SU'kii as a prob.ibbj candidate mortt coawjinkuiiL Opm crni ai sJiouM 30, pa3 320, Ohio Qounty Clerk's of- - spending $24,000 a year running exfor the Puvaid-nc- y ytir. It Is be iartiltiucifri off penses and covering a territory ki warlciCioii 6.e, lenied a oonoeedod(tbutI'iv'Ain.t uikii as the iiroi.nty of hundred square miles. I smilsd of Tatt .will re and for hiurnmg niail qools ami and James McNu'iti ceive the Republican nomination tin asked quietly: Terms: Solo Mill bo inado on s -a "What salary does this county allow lt3 dm duolliies to run. Whion thnnugli using n Itool put it credit of C mounting bond .w4th npjov-- d you for .your work at county Is tlw now imoposod lax Jaw to be away pnuiqirily, n.ai if to w utvd security required, ijaring liutwwsc made in Uie dniereiJt of tlie o!(tjteand agajn Cm t. fuw daya. It wdll quialdy at tho ratio of 0 "FIVE HUNDRED AND TEN cvnt. annum at tlie expnso of tlw counibiy? If not rust if iutt out, and mist w'ears out from day of sale,ptir ha-in- IW the 'tor and why Is it that c ntuin int.jiiuts in two's irnurili ftuakr than use. BViuTy aiud'ett-co- t of "Do the count and "state allow you bond. a IioulsvlUo Jui-nnpkyil u, nottl effort thouJid to made to iwfyet tind WltnoiB my imnd, tbCs lG!h day, of an adequate expense-accountlobbyist at a Hilary of $3,000,to work prevent IcoIb i!lrom rusting. The Ibright Norenwor, 1911, He pulled a pocket notebook from wwanUig his desk, and smiled rather bitterly as for the iwjw law? s, narts of i)lni3, disk T. H. BIjACK, S. 0. C. he satd: lrilla, ivc., m.iy be prottited lSt3 By S. 0. KEOWN, D. 8. .Mr. Bryan is out in on inti x.vUiw in "They do not even pay for the stamps by glvtlng a coait of gooasiv sue:i which lie a'.atfa that the ixunt uleC' as or stationery in my office work. Let axle enfte, as tuo m tlnrauIi raon snowed no xir,tioular gain me run over this for a moment and for using. A mixturt cf coual Terrible Picture of Suffering. irtK of show you how it goes. I must 'keep a oltlier tlw Demoonaits Or Wie Rvpubli-can- s. lard and roihito Jitul fe own UJtlw horse and that the I'n sldnntial ol'tc-tt- for bugay or I canno this jnucipafce. All dint Uhuiild bj Clinton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McElroy, bout. and this county has never git As vmx.1 yoor 'will bo a hard fought taken cljanid off, or yw Iron or iAel In a letter from Clinton, writes: over the turnpikes I mutt pay my own coutet. will aniai'Tiiy muHt umlivir it'liis dirt ,au "For six y&ra, I was a sufferer Jrom toll. If I am far from home In winter int AMhVn Iivsb dlflpatches-6ayUGovernor wooa ,wju sof'Jun ajiid fanwle troubles. I could not at,fl.Ml time I must stay all nfqht at seme paint b juoraieB worn on machln-jni--. MeCroary Jiis fxpiv.tl a dnira to tt eould not stand on my t&t, without hotel. AM this makee. my expenses far tne past year szw leaving me at the hartie tiu State MiU'ia tal;o par in ttauiM bo rtswiwmd, tlm adding uvt (he inauguration corumony. Thlsiwill only to ttvj tool ibut niKtly to i'a ap- - suffering grest pain. I bad lost bep. end of the ivear ?2W. Thut' LESS T83jm jvv!aHy. Bhiould AfUr using Cardul a wek, I baR THAN A DOLLAR A DAY FOR doSbUa.-- i ifhe Governor Willson, Ms IKoiTiww. WORKING Tlj.E." be itaintnd fjvrpjea'jy. to improve. Now I fel batter akutH latt oiwrtuiUty to orKr out ton "What Is the hMAt salary paid in six years." Fifty years of DuriaK He winter its sir iLcalli eunty suportntenefeK In tke 4atr.r MS MSBHI Ptefl to o OYir all macW.y vrj-w.t- t la aotueJ praetlw, U poWv "fifteen hundred sphI tiyty are 'few Swiiging Over to Protectioi. ml iwl la pffet nbalr, proof, furoishud by those who )m and far betweenr TH are lU f Ia. arlMa guwing fusion ifctwetm are wow, tt will be tast tried It, wst Cardul em always' be them yfa mmd Ufa Vaeis, ana diawritiltad RpuWtea asd tbepum-ootaM- o tp jordw aMir pants to tie ta bom wJfed en for rellavtsg fenale voak- -' H sienaiy means that W fejiew Kaa te 4 Kfe IMfe, Uha a wuitty a EWoftie ncwwia- - ef faam 4twiwr tut hum bom and diwBM. Try Cardul, tndaj- (a a Mara, m a Kb jvmmrka Owe U sot riurwl SttHfeaCHN G. Wj,y fM , aat sowl d con-sumuprvfl-nt-eafr)j-traduntl-TrHtnm Address all eemmuBlcaUetw Tka Hartford RepuVilleaB. and aM, Iktaoarat lave no purpose totnr-bolopVs "aro all prDiaattonfai in the to S J39 that AttUfS ItJKKSWbny to th. R am pb'icHf 8rajd dtK. t wbto Ibo o UMK BAKING POWDER Th ahIu Rabino1 PakviIap wimdmf' from Royal Crape Cream ofTartr NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Way and then use what time he can spare for the schools." IT SIMPLY MEANS THAT OUR RURAL SCHOOLC ARE NOT MANAGED AT ALL. THEY ARE MORE COMMONLY MISMANAGED. Education for the mass of the peo ple is aq investment and a business ROYAL Absolutely Pur 'IIIIIieOLD f4 who ,. . Q -- ' fl . HFLP3 . WHO IS TO BLAME? i mdn-Euci- " -- ct U "" i Hiu-tfor- -- n - Notice in Bankruptcy. honey." CREAM HORSERADIBH SAUCE. , thy Uni-- t d State3 tor he Wtsfum B.at onkflialf cupful afr thick, bout District. avam, ladd a Iktla salt and Hugair of K mTucky, Owenboro Division. In 'the Dfstirictt ourit of FEATHER CAKB. proposition. With a carefully eduOno cuiil of iiWcc .tour cated population a state or a eommu nity can move forward In a desert, any- onoam, "ontf cupful of augur,, fiwn'cup-ful- s where yoii place them. With an Iof sifted flour, Oiks 9g, one-ha- lt lliterate population the finest country trctspconful of sz&h dfeolv;diin a on the globe cannot force them to MWle wafc-Y- , one towvcoWu o'fvanllla good. Brains, trained brains, Is make one tea3poonul of bakimc powdi?r. the insistent call of the twentieth cenThnao-fountb-e cupful of "ftitckjaour tury. Does Kentucky hear that call? Business and prosperity follow brains: craam, onie cupful of sugar, oni and cupfuls of flour, one cupful lawlessness and poverty follow illiter- oae-lia- lf ; acy. Kentucky will be out of step with of chapod English walnuts-- oiie egg, hurrying one-hal- f ittaspaonful Cinch KJt the onward sweep of the Bait twentieth century so long as she al and, soda; flavor to teste. Bake In lows thirteen children out of every loaf nearly an hour ,inv modvratia oven. hundred to grow into manhood and ' GINGERBREAD. womanhood robbed of the divine right Thpe-ifaurthcupful ot thick, sour of beiqS able at least to read and to cream, one-ha- lf cupful qf molasses, write. cupful of sugar, two' pupf uls Kentucky may occupy In order tht a place in the forefront In the matter of flour, Kwo eggs, oiw roumlrng of ginsr, oma teaeipaarfeul of. of education, a movement has been inaugurated for the improvement of cinnamon,ane of lemon extaoti' one-ha- lf county schools. itiEaiioon.ful ot salt.' Bake Jn, Indifference due to a failure to ap- gam pans and fnost with confectionpreciate the real value of education is er's sugar fro3ling. one of the very serious obstacles which FRUIT COOKIES.' have confronted every movement toTiwo tablespoonfuls of siur.cnda.m, .higher standard of educational ward a work. In the last few years greater two cupfuls of sugar, two cupfuls of Interest has been exhibited generally- - cfioppdy raisins, ono cupful' otf butitfeir, over the state, indicating in a decided two sgs, one cupful of chopad" walmanner that our people were shaking nut m'afs, cue toaspoonful loach"' of off the lethargy of the past and were soda and cinnnmon, onte-ha- lf ''groted aspiring to place the state on a sound, uutm. Flour to oil. progressive educational basis. HERMITS. Every citizen must rejoice over this Ono cupful of thick tnur crcamAwo awakening, and all should now unite ina continuous, earnest effort to atone cupfuVof bra ra supmr, cupfiul' of for neglect of the past, It would be a ckoppl wiilalnis, useless task, in view of this growing butt r, itiwo beaten iS8B, oao teasnoon-fu- l appreciation of the importance ar.d each sola, clnnaomn,, clows; nut- value of education, to make any argumeg. Flou'r' to njakw s'iif oa can b'e 5? ment or submit any extended report in 8tlrijd. Drop ljy osanoontuls on its behalf. wwll butrwivd iwu leaving plenty, or room fcr ilim to eipnrad. Farm for Sale. SWEET PQTAmo'iPJE.. V 170 acnes of Rough River bottom Onie cupful of sour enjjam, 'one cupland". All cleared and woll improved. ful of teHtgnir ,onie pBnlt uf- 'iraaaaed Good residence, 'barns,, outbuildings, samo jt ipqtaions, ijiollts m fwur.flggpjon.j wells, etc. Terms reasonably tea'apaonful rtf clnpanftm, onihnlf a nuitniog, a little en.'iu Mix'anid bake R. B MARTiN, Htf Harrtford, Ky. with oni3 cru-t- . Covfcr wjth njninigu. or epiKud while hat (with tftralnod rter ? oni2-Jia- lf itiwo-tMn- ds y, to-pa- ry exp.-ctihi- e ,toinp-toiMo- pl-jd- ien-tion- od In itiie iiKLtt.ir of Thomas Monument and bmat In umj-jia- lf cupful Df grattjd horjaradfeh. Serva iwith cold litoi. al Works, liankrupt To the creditors ot Thomas Monu No Avoiding It." men'tal Works, and James A. Thom If a man gets Into the habit of huntas, of Hartford, in the county of ing trouble he's surq to And it, and if OUto, and District nfonesaid, bank- he's so lazy that ho always tries' to rupt. avoid it, it wjll find him. Catholic -- V No'Jce is hcuv'by glwen ilta,t on tiie Standard and Times. 22nd day of .November, A. D., 1911, tho aild firm and Jamuj A. Thomas, Is the World Growing Better way that thousands aino itaying to wliio duly adjudged bankrupt,, nnd Tho that th? first moWtig 'uf creditors tothors is proof. Among. ithVnn Is Mrs. H. ,will be held t Wie tewoBfice of W. W. Gould, of Plttsfield, N. H'awln & Woodward, in Hartfond, Finding good health betaking ElecKent ucky,on tho Dther day of Ddoentber, tric Bitters,- - eho now od,isieB A. D. 1911, nf 1, p. in., at which sufferers, everywhere, to tako .them. Umo iihe said, onedltors my nttend, "For years. I suffered with stomach prove ih dr claims, npoint a trust kictoey (trouble ' ha and mrUr. examine tice Bankrupt, nnd transact wcry. medicine ! used fafexkUU I such oilier business ns may proiporly took Electric Bitttona. But ttUsHreat ' coma brfani said mewtilng. remedy flnelied me wmdK3rfuMiy."T,h!ey voluntary petition filed Nowqnb'er 1 will help any iwonmn. fHh!y'j tho 911 J. A. iDEANiT bast tonto and finteot Uver and Mitaey Rrfenoe ln tonkrurttcy. remedy that's made., You'13! a (e. COo ' Owensbocxj, Ky., November 22, 1911. at all druggistB. m - b v n-- fr ins. Goods at 10 Per Cent e CLOTHING OVERCOATS. atx-'wl- e ?" bar-rcw- The Feople'8 . Price. SHOES AND DRESS GOODS y on Equity Store Come-an- d see What 10 per cent Means. -- " r janauajsaU usgaaLtf h-w- m JACKSON & STEVENS CROMWELL, KY. If-P- rti ht bnkse ul iwl t,. oh Uen., s xi V. a,'., - 1. O , JtSu " wgtiuL, Ml kinds of printing KipWMvQAM. doim at Th yW ipm-n- OwR& CRITICISES OUR ' Create of 1 COAT SUITS I L41&OM lTdmy Journal BARNARD ivw iwa w make nlee Xnt3 gift. & CO. wkwvS n PRESENT JURY SYSTEM l Our s'pek A. Call ca tw for janr .ikixls. SANSON & CO. Mr. Thomas Juries Would j AND CLOAKS r We want to ex- plain to you why our Coat Suits and Cloaks are having such a run at present. Pur Coat Suits are all the at-eFail and Winter styles. Our materials are the latest weaves. Our garments are all st d 1flo.'ent &r g.f,Tor"fMih.'ril tnix poaji. Dj'j1w.m1 on 8lrt hcaco. BAItNArib & 00. Drink Dr. SMioop'd Iiwvltih Cotfct). Orocery-roa- n, SaW by U. S. Oaraon, tlo lStf FOR SALE Ono well, Urok bird dog. DAN KING, IfortfOrd, Ky. 14tf on. Tho hunting txUson ti npw Qjt jour outfit from U. p. CaraonAb Groosjryinan. 18tf & K. Shu as for WosKun nn eftyfe and comfort. for Uannrd & Go., a lUng aMifls. Don't wonry wlUi that Cough, but got a bottlo of Foley's Homty and Tar Compound ait OWo County Dirus Co. lCtf Songa Composed Lawyers. J. In an humbli layman, sharing J)W geni.cn.1 dhguilt ml Jhie laws and the too frequent mteairnage of Su3sri In our courts .rls to )oin ouf flu lang-jscns-j- o Uirougli which Jus'jxm leiks out of cur coun.s? . illi'j pisjii Aiftxi.acle of a California cours taking two nisahs to irsle"' d-!t '!. not it a "cat may look nt a Kins" may 1 Sjfh MJmw baidfa Moving Plctune Show and illlus'tiw'oil ay at Dr. Bean's Op ta Hou& 1x'-unJ- r lined with a guaranteed satin lining. Our prices are guaranteed to he the lowest. Our Cloak stock is the greatest in the country. Styles Prices will interest up-to-dat- e. nngi.it NoV. 25. AlvsaijB 6 nn -thWis nuw. Tho law firm of Wilson atilCra.v3 has dissolved and Mr. Qrciwe hus fonmed .pinln irshlp wth Al)tonin.'y 0. B. lIUons. ;, Suar.ie mope of thu $12.50 Coat Suits at Damand & Go's. manilsh cla Ira. Las oniss all gone. ljn AU-wpo- .1, ' you. this,, and bear in mind that it pays to, trade with a house tHat saves you money. Remember Njw IcitI Dr. W. M. FArmaii, Uvansvillo, formerly a rvs'djnt uf "Hamiford, was bene jMJtj mtlay nilnigUng w ith his many old friends. Mr. Darrol SulUTrgjr ha)3 accqptod wi'jh contractcr J. C. Wil "a ipoci'Jon liams, who i3 daiing 6om3 roiilroadi work In Eoat.rni Iiflntucliff. If you have not bought any of our Candy, suiposa you doso (imu want candy. It's fane, OHIO ntt COUNTY DRUG CO., Inconnora'iod. 'MlsaLTitita Marks, ot Hartford, won a prizo glvkin by Armor & Co. .Chicago, for a iroalpo ifor ",tuff-- d Givin PopiKT."' JIass iManks iwaa fourth in tho list of jinizo winners. Jkx&Ga Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. J Piano Coupons Given With Every Purchase Why senid nwny from hoano for Dour Magazines (Periodicals of NwsiviQieirs when they can ba ordoned night Kine in Hariifand? Gat club pndJs from J. Ney FoaUir, Magaiaino SubsuripitdCM v Agency. tf many friends of Atitorn y E. The M. Woodward will be glad 'O Icwnv'ha Mrs. Woodward who has been ill so lopg, is on the road to ranhl recovery aKer an cp ratlon at tin Jiuwutji Hos-p.iua- .1 llflili..' mull fgnumtst or dshont.t oniLiigii to qualify as Jurora In th' McNomara dynainitir.g oatkj stould be I'hfjrtiuw to break the cam 1'j bjack m cur noo!quii6-juiy bjumhi away back in thu thin Jiiitli ciitury, old King Jolln, on tha banks of ilw Runiiiymtjile, jlulding o psw-suha dar d nol.op.pcw. gmu.ird;Cj ragbit of tnial by Jury he niarkt.nl progress in tho c!enoi of ndmlnia jtitUvo la,w, but It is a wprcouh to oliil.Iza-io- n of social that eevun- - cm itun,' progr as has s en no improvement! upon', a jury sysvun dievjsqd by a barbarian King- Under thy qiracUoe of our counts a r&ully oompo'ienit and itlla&'it Juror must usually di&iuaJify Wmiaelf for siJrN'ioe In a Criminal proajutlonAis-poclall- y it ho glv s coniaoenfljous ito such (yi stdons a!s the riulio cf couns allow (jhie niitcrrnjs to iuk him. A man who reads the &wspa-pen- s or tales an int ill.'igeii)l. InTi-t-iIn .the aiowa of crimia that aff jat the wIfane of his ooniimundty mut usually furaiiiih Cilne nntornfii3 for onm bide or thi otlwr grounds for uhaLuVnglcg his siarvlca It Is a Btirango but jua commoniUiry uponi cur Ju.--y sjrconi Unit it is the only pubic a nvioe In which iginonant servants ar nt ti pnjanaum. R'osnltilng as 2jt ciSteJi doto in lw sol ctlon of low inrelligtinoa mud noo for Juny turvlco our jury ays' Mil is pn'napia'ily inspona.ble for vvexai ious delays and frequent of Justice bci'h in our civil and criminal courts. It ahon'd offer no gneateir absurdMy to rota: re- iuwji quotnions an cnHiiiintiiy u hjck dnlv fs large englnjoa-inprQb Wats o hod carriers than to Hav tbo arbitrament of questions Inwlvlng mlll'ons cf praportiy or tho )i'ia or lib ry of men to butchers or blask-smlth- s. Wn About What Kind of Clothes Yon Want to ne get for Your Boys? About whore you can get the greatest variety and the best grades ior tho money you want to spend? Wo'r.e not going to beat around the brush a bit. We're going to come right out and say we have as good boys Suits as there are on earth. Wo want you to see our SUITS at , $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 t These are Suits wo have never seen equaled for the price. Good fabrics, strong tailoring and the best styles and. patterns of tho season. We're Very Safe in Asserting That you can find here a much finer showing of choice Overcoats for boys of all ages than can be found in any hereabouts. ., es Come in and see what you think about it. L--y P. Barnes BEAVER DAM, KY Bro., Ejpa , IlllnolsContralRallroad-Tl- me if X t ' Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. f Noil 1) North Hou ml. No.l32due .05 nm. No.mdnel2.28p.rn. o. 102(3 ne2:48 p, in. 1 No. 1:1 dtMll S5a.in No. 101 due 2.43 p. m No. 131 dn.SK?. m lionud. ' '- rr -. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table card effective Monday Aug. 21st ,No. 112 North Bound duo 7:13 a. m, dally except Sunday. 'rNo.-l- li North Bound due 3:40'p. m. dally except Sunday. No. 116 South Bound duo S:45"a. m. ' dally except Sunday. ,Y, " W . Mn 115 Rnii.t.h Ttniind duo 1:46 D m. ..V. .w HV.. daily except Sunday. H. B. MISCHKE Agt 1 " , L. && N. time . at Hartford, Ky. ''.'vf. I J Guns! Guns! JIB. Have just received a large line of ShotGuns.Rifles Target Gun, Ammunition, Shells, Etc., and 4nd raepectf ully ask, you to Handford, but ikqw pfwctk-inx- j call and soe the largest ItmakAi In Ijinvllk-- , wm eakiny-anper month atiaight , to mem with rig, to inBorn to thy wjfu of Jesa JmtovII troduce our Poultry Itonodifs. Don't Wednesday morning, o. dlin-- j iboy. answer unless jou moan business. ,) If In nMjd of Men's or Hoys' Suits Eureka Poultry Food Mfg. Co. EJast St Louis, III. or Overcoats visit CA'RSOX & CO. Sams 10 la 23 iter oaiit. bytradlng Mr, J. T. Waller, an expert AnaM- cut tho EJQUIT.V iCwirawell, teat from HonUnsviHe, woi3 STORE, hcin Ky. Tuesday and mot with the M3ihodIat All Llnan Lace, L 2 to 3 inioh.s Church lluiWiJttj Cojnml it .eito condld r plana for tlto new churxjh. .T)ho nsw wide, 5c (the pand. BARNARD & CO. stmcluiw tv all likely h h"l3iun nex' spring. It "nilll bo a eipkindid niodern Mrs. Etlwl Thome, 'ot 1M.U RopJc, Ark., ia the gu at of Mies Effie JUai-- structum and a credit 'o th 3 rwn. TJie Mctthodi:stladIe3 will hold 'iioir , Annual Razar iln tlm old ItuiMJord Mr. S. W, Lach, Cromwvll, pair Housy, corar Unon and Mam e4nus our of flew a visit r while in fjown Wed- b.gln&:ns Tu gday, Dec. 5'.h and nesday, las'ilng ithr dayis. A nice liinchuon or ttJIUbe sarwcid When you want AmmuiiLUon eh day at iwimtir Gums, call on U. S, Carson, tho prices. Allv studs of fauny work will IStf ba on sal in qiiianiii'l a lhan Our Predicament. ChiVnia." Shot Guns, Sheila, Ammunition, etc. usual, suitable far ntoe FJitcai j'eai-- a?o M!r. E1 BaxiWiell proofs. A liberal from all for sale iby U. S. Careen, the an cl.dzjns is desiined aj the yrod vd3 who Uvea In Hjoislngton, mado IStf our cito'lon bx't. And ho lost air. Box-vv- ll gu ilo hill) huild .the" iv ohunJli Mrs, Angus Gordon L.oulsviU-- , is ,bQt tltat Bryan would be i;i-pre- - Pjvaldinit. .ucHerory ur.imatic uiuo vUl'Jug Iho family of Mr, iF. L. Ivelix He had to itgiv , uiuk-isiJnUjd Uw oomtly "A Nabtj Outon Walnut atrcjat. tho terms of tho odd ivpg ir, thmt he cast," at UMaiw one'vi Haue Satur would not lia his hair tut un'til Did you se-- tliosn swell IJong day night. A tairew nuduence gn u'id Bryan 000113 at Banna nl. Nvjwtest President. Cols? our lii'dghbors who wieiie glvCng ihj Ed lost Sn 18yc. His hair began to s.ylu. Flit ifar (a Queeni! slmw in ithe. Inter .st U the Mclli nry groy. He had an idea fhiat he .Mr. 0. R. Tlnsley, of tha (Washing- E3hcal. JVha p'uy was well I'iinuwred mtsbt liWM a chance 4n 1000, and ton neighborhood, camo in to eoi us and Is deserving of thia tlw brirbwa ot Ho'sdngtion jiluokxAl up while In fawn AVedniday. Miss Many Maiivs, ot Hantfcsid, ho hoio. Many a btf was made in thj s i Wunderhoi) r $1.00 a box of tour Is teaching at MsHcary had oum rCVh Bai.tiB county barber pairs. No duiw far four nionlflhs. leading parts. Every ohaiauter .wat Boxwell wtoiUlgit a 'haircut or NoW pair it tiny do, Darirard & Co. civ:idlable and nil pan 3 v Inijipfi-tod.- N not. Hut h lost aga.n. a; 11 itluum. The, sp jiilij.kd wuL--o alai good. lu 1008 lie Huilng.cn nra ngatu Send your ardm fur any Magaiino MUs Vau'.m Klug, (laiishwa- - ut Mr. lu.1 visluns'Of liav.nri h4 hair Wmm-tor ml of Magazines Oq J. N'oy Fos Daniel Kin?, has .uul ho U!d up owo bljs (o httvs ippoutb-- d to glv.--n ter and your ord-will bo pojft-a- f tilie clvrkehp In tlm Hertford prompt nttiantlon. u iuajil- vacant by tihij n slsuul .Icii filo If you should nut set a catalog of of Miss Ini Mills. Miss Mills. 11C1.V FAMOUS DOCTOR'S our XnwiH Goods, ask for on- W Mrs. Gllleflilo, ha3 be n coniwatf rt i IRm. fHp want you to tfjt one. OHIO COUNTY wiltli the offloe for nui ral yiara and PRESCRIPTION. DRUG CO., incorporai'tHl 17tf lias made a splendid Jpord for of and com tons tn utiiMint Rev. JoIim-- , lstor of riln Mottle piHjit chureh, pricliod two able pvr-- thr- - patnaim. MIhj Klna Is a wiry da- nwiw t iMu Count Itouso hut Stui-da- y sondng joung lady oml li aiijklnt-- l n pn Kjicr inonitnif ami evening. uiwic is ii poipumr ou'. gocd In Irx mnv duties o'f she will niiik Hcu,w J. U.-ll-, foiiiioiiy Dr. Lnd'jos' Sul's cm CARSON & CO. For and Coats call in Daiilav-illi- reKvnriy. The rwnrrty is a jury compo"d of tolnad and responsible lawyers eVct-tby and responsible to the peopVt single panel A for a Judicial dtiiot with nn I'Xi'na fibre for emorg-'iict'eivlce. Tihat such a i trained body ot should hav read a niwvspa,p.r or mnrarsof a casti Klijould not he allowed (to dis qualify tttwni for Jury if Uie Supn-ni- o Court cf tho Unit1 id Stores, from which there i!s aio appnal may find a viendtat, such a jury ehauld be allowed to make v idiot by at a two thirds majority. A Juny like hat' outlined would save the- - State many ittaii a its salary by tis xp ctf busIiMsa and the less ining of apiaa'B, and should by epeady trials and capable vyndiots sem-- iX4tli the ends of Justice and economy. J. H. THOM.VAS Narrows, Ky. m-jidl-tie U $SO.0O exps-nsos- We Handle the Most Complete Line (Incor-noratied- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Shells, Cigars and Tobacco, in Hardware, Queensware, Enamel Ware, Cutlery, Razors, Shears, fact, everything handled in a store. , first-clai ss Also a Big 5c 10c and 25c Counter Where your nickles, dimes and dollars do double duty. When in need of anything in our line, you will do well to see us before buying" Quality, price and satisfaction guaranteed. & n. Hartford Grocery Co. .but nsaln lK'last. Now, for years hi luu bvm letiUns Ws Brow, nnd It is said to ha:ig dqwn h! bask to n length of 41 liwlits and U still growing. of Colonel L. A. H"Hbo. Mitt Hutohiiicon CaniiiMroltil Clubvmu vory near gutting Into micb a pmll-caiiietit ono ini3. In a rush, li took uu n 1.it of a similar nature. And li also lost. PonUunatiely for Uio Colonel, liqMtnvr, lit lias iiwv- nun xo &)i a tr own eCfstiry hali-cufirani that data v Uus.so tli1. liavo l wi fiilly tennis of tho wig cuimyllvtl with, In fact, iT nut In bplr-I- t. lu-ge- r s n. it nanly, 15 i ed lv r j Sjfay nt osmo down to Iluo'ailnsoii to "spark" his girl. Finnlly, In dsr ratten, 10 oil qurt hl9 iob and was hvt Jiard ot work-In- s on tho Frisco out ot Ft. Scott, How long Iw kpt hU pi t nobody Iuiuwa. Tli Sautn l- Uiya liyr lost track of Mm. Ex. - 1110-ni- tdshtv-ltjiffh's- Free Entertainment. "Tho ltqinanoe of itlw Itcwjijr," with Gloving Plotams and coloroJ stow oscoplo vlmwo, wlll bu given fnw to tho farnwrs mud ouliaro Intcroatod at 11 tan's Orora I Ions.) Friday iiiliifi Nov. 24 at 7:30 p. in. This lis itlw get-tagricultutxil wliloh was grvtaiii mt ilwBtnM Failr iln SoptKiiobcr. It Is invjaantod by tho country of tho liittorantional Harvester Cntinny of Anwrloa and it Is offporwl nt llaatford through tho combined f fonts of Ohio County Supply Co., and J A. Dantol. flo nt Is fivo but tlio lutiiilsKlon. will bo by tickot. All 'lio aro 4ntor-cst- td In tho pnogncES of agricultural and faun liiaclilntj a no ltItnjd to attend and may soouro Uckt3 by calling on otfUwr Ohio County Supply Co. or J. A. Danl J( 1. II. C. iUikra of Hantford. !8tU at cii'tor-talnnwiiit orttr-tainmo- wlh-ili-r'E- rr t t d, ns bn - -- LSm Vjtrii wasttr IJitt the moat iinbarraln of any mini uvr inatVi was tltut Jolm JPowoll, wlio (faraiwly llvwl In NJd:rraa .Powell was n ra1 Iniad'nvm on. fih San a Fo nnd had run out or SitiM )n- - Paw H was an wii;liuas-tl- v (Clung D niu?rat, and w.n for tli-Cl'Vi-lanUitt r was nm-u'.i- k nh 3 Ono n'lght, wOiicJi &r Pmsidwiit. to a hot argunvmit, Powell 1 dr-In- ar itl hid pro- liuro over mt lips of Shot ever in Suwuy vtejtln We hU ntwiy Mrs, Cook Tells Truth. statenwnt , Dexter, Ky. In a the truth about how lr Prices the Lowest: i Guns Hartford, U. S. Carson 6I0CE1TMAI, ; Cardiil bixulit back lajr Ivealth and d hy eaje, "I eould not mtiafatbW aK.y. W'n't to strength,. Site my largo, jmm IM atokv, J. Noy gfet any tvtllef, iHitll I irlad Canlul, Ko4r, StxtmKiiMim Af - the Woman's (oiilc I VaffarodiiKne or low for 10 ywtrs, and. v.fui s weak Mr, rmak tomtk. wbrnTHumti k attd hmvous I could Uixlly do my bwioa woV'. Now I m ia better ed t Hoirtwy imr ItWKk thB voi) Wore, am regular ( et hmg Ul UwMI fiem fi ftLfiM iihm4. Mr. Uot m teok work, do n'at nuffor at all, " Thoug. iWlillM mul a IHaHftKC f fain atrwgth very Vffttl iwlWfur faftjiw w jtroui uf Malji'V wjM dmpkeftti) cHjr Mrs. Cook Ulte ltd i:no ra'tiwr him: cnio bIiouMI at ,soui "llold on, ke i your wlilnt on!" Qulok on a flash ihi anj?r' r.allrocul- i tit, tjr yoll d tock: "If CUivoJand'-- by fruit, I'll ay ateyi tiMivr again!" iwr wvar a ahlrt Paw 41 not a rita, yit taw. uht tforcU Jjfiy4 f a4 EMjYcrhcnClfll KEtRMffST0MM " loo ummm wj urai. Try x. a- - When tlio nstounnUing claims Mioro nxlKlii luvvo sot out of vt U;i4 ijood buaJli of Ui r.nllrrtd in 11 iifiurd firat iiuudki or Hucklon'8 AriilcaSaivo, euros Us ra-l- i jiUtdge, aiwl lUiy i.nlvrvtl but forty jioars of wpiulorful truoindi ovurjiwlioiu hi m ho tJliat Ins had ta Jeep his vi;l. havo iviovistl Pur a wi k ha worrlyd, uIoikk wmr-lai- lfls now Knomn us thulct ealra ou 'xi ly IiJh UR'lorwlxLrt tml Juiiviikt tuih for IMniis, 15o4te, lSckls, Scuwa, a) Cutsf Bruteja, Spralnw, 9w4Mu, wIhL Fiitwuly it aot on hlrf lV-lk'lwg a bachUir bo stayi'd ut A board ChcHid lmbt, Lug houwt, but be fouWu't hU and'piteB. Osy 3Cc at Wll dcug- uwm'W iwlth ito liHd; ho didn't datv And Clavwland was Ixai'n. ItStartlod tlio World. thn K iiti Bc-fB- nt 6oj , WWBsraM TSTJ'V' HTMP' 'S "KPw i"r A FAMOUS SUFFRAGIST fttgan Life's Battle Handicapped by Fate. ' Esrly Struggle of Dr. Anna Shaw, Mead of the Suffrage Association, Who Won Success Against Many Discouragements. Boston, Mass. One of the ablest leaders connected with the woman suffrage movement In the United States is Dr. Anna Shaw, president of tho National Suffrage association. BXe started for Albion college, In Michigan, with Just $18 In her pocket. Sho bad earned that 18 by teaching school at $1 a week, and after she bad earned It sho had to wait ono year for tho dog tax to bo collected to get her pay. Dr. Shaw was born In England, like those other pioneers of the auffrago movement, tho DIackwells. But her parents took her Into Michigan 62 years ago, when she was eight, having stepped four years In Massachusetts on the way. They traveled days and prairie days In an schooner to reach their destination. Then they lived In a log cabin. The tcabln was papered with sparo copies 'of Horaco Greeley's paper, and Anna learned to read from the paper on the walls, beginning with tho big letters in tho advertisements and progressing .'to the editorials. 1 Miss Shaw spent four years In col- lego nnd another four In tho theological and medical schools of Boston university. Her peopla were deeply opposed to tho wholo plan and told iy sr -- &W. JlTfttA. Sl&lW earn. She lived in an attic without any fire in a Boston winter. She studied In bed to keep warm, her breath making frosty Clouds upon the air. She had not food enough to satisfy hunger. Ono day she was sitting on the stairs. She bad sat down because she felt too weak. to get to the top. A woman whom she knew slightly came along and asked her why sho was sit ting on the stairs. When she found out she went nway and borrowed $91 from another woman and gavo It to Miss Shaw with the proviso that she was never to know from whom It came. That was tho only help she had through her course. Sho repaid the money after she was graduated and never know who lent It But about this tlmo sho acquired tho warm friendship of Mrs. Persls Addy, a widow. During the final year of her course Mrs. Addy took her Into her home, and though the student paid the some board she had been paying. sho had for It the comforts of a good homo and tho devoted care of Mrs. 'Addy. Mrs. Addy had planned to go Jto Europe and tako MIsb Shaw with .her ns soon as tho latter should have finished her courso. She died Just be fore commencement, but in her will j left Miss Sbaw $1,500 for tho spoclfled .purpose of taking a European trip. When she was planning this Journey Mrs. Addy's father said to her: "Now, you will spend that money and it will be gone forever. Instead of cash, let me give you two bonds Jworth $1,500 Then I will keep tho Donas for security and lend you $1,500 on them. When you get to work you can repay mo as convenient, nnd when It is all paid the bonds will be yours again." She did this, and having acquired a 'certain sentiment about the matter, has dono the same ever since. Sho inas ten me nonas on deposit and lot tho Interest accumulate, nnd they have paid tho actual traveling ex- ipenses of her three trips to Europe. Miss Shaw took the medical 'courBe because during her theological courso she did missionary work in Boston. Sho found, to use her own words, that eho "bad nothing tho people wanted." They did not want eltbor her theology or her gospel. They wanted help in their material lives. Sho took the med-lea- l courso In order that sho might give them free medical treatment. It was as a missionary doctor and preacher In the slums of Boston that MIbs Sbaw became convinced that there were certain defects in an all wale government which called for political power 1b the hands of women. She had always believed In woman suffrage. Now she deoMM to work Jfor la Una B&e or ohst " began to speak for the pea a stem al f I&mhI with CmkhW fer It. She itesMsavsstts Suffrage fniwlstl Ma'i Umlgnuni and bind ft r Ak acta trea that grew Ut awtfeaal of Chta pate. TttweJ Jp wcftlsssg bettor. sate ky W OniiatM'jL i ay 1 her thoy conld do nothing whatever to help her. During that eight years she had only $91 that she did not Ofet Oesvsmtgr But Ranch Hand Had Peer Opinion ef CIrcutt Omrt-- T. P. mrtA, JWM; Ely's Cm Bilm 'Henry Wtlnwt t4d obqnar. and Bon D. Mm, Attrnr; W. P. JMMtt, Any Other Living Thing Trfat U. F Made Same Mistake. Jdler; B, O. Brrw Clrtc; fKbtag tribute kf Ura metar vAa) gavo t One. AKmIMM lix, Mtrlw Crr1mlror; H. T. Collins, mantyrcd fnfcl f Jsbsrfiyo'pw Itelncl, nootlie, that Trute Jury tfandS t, g. H. Blk, an "Recently," writes attorney Barl B. wcrkL lkxu are a I of hfe hM nnd pmtocts O. Kown llartforiL DpuMW-Smith of Soaerton, Yuma county, wortwi the '.sr i(i I Lon Bteok. Court cmvMM ilrat Men-da- y viajri'-oobliged to remain at Arizona, "I was i n In rtenmry and eant(ntta three "Of him Hurt was bom en tfiaf Ca ti rb ouil drtvet a primitive southern Arizona ranch weeks; third XanOay In April, Iweweeka y a Culd in the ovor night, and at about dusk I was wlldwood catAn Uw fcmU eMtbhiytrord n aecond Monday In June, three week: IKsiil j;lven a quilt, a clean sheet, and a pil- was 4nAi ii lofl no; but ottwi' of ftt'rsa quickly, lie. third Monday In Ootober two weeks. the Efinneu of to take them to tho top God, stall that throng Mas low and told, JR. Wedding-- Judej damn Tw'o mill Smell. Full size 50 cts., atDrug-Kls.'- n Count CotHrt.-- R. alfalfa stack and make up Mm hlllatda ami away .without Aeoking of a or by mall. In liquid form,-7cenU. W. 8. Tlneley, Clerk, C. 'M.1 Smith, Atmy bed. Knowing the condition of Court eenvenee first Into the hfjivvn above in uauttemblo Illy Unthers.no Wnrren Street, Kew York. torney, Hartford.month. Monday In eaoh the country, I did not murmur, and ((bought Quarterly Quarterly Court Begin on climbed tho pole ladder to spend the lovo and homage wfth tilts' the fourth Monday In February, Mayf night I never enjoyed a better night's of a ailrk umm wtajh knyw hi litis Auguat and November. rest at any hotel. At early dawn I world nauahit of Rjilwador kmd iiwvr Court of Claims Convenes flret Tuesraised my head and saw two ycarllag of fame; whoae Rl lot it tpm tollvu wAEf JU UU IM day In January and first Tuesday In feeding at tho edge of the and tHo In otaourKy, struggle, almost mulo colts October. S. Morfey, stack. Wo exchanged glances for a mo- In n psniuny and squalor; whowetrng-l- o Other County Officerr-- C. Surveyor. Fordsvllle, Ky., R. R D. ment, while the mules' oars .showed wns after sho lied lakl halt ) it No. 2; ilernard Felix .Assessor, IIartk keen astonishment. Suddenly I rose to Ufiotlnno In hor humble, unmark'od1 ford, Ky., It. P. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Dr. A. 13. Hartford; my feet, and in doing so tho white grave,, to be p.rsued by tho ckvewi, ituey, coroner, iiartiora. wm sheet clung to my shoulders, whereItJUSTICES' vCOUIlTS. upon tho colts 'lit out' down tho lano darkest calumny Uiat can attach B. S. Clinmberlaln, Hartford, Tuesday ns if tho Angel Gabriel wero de- self to iho narno of witman Mufti after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday afNancy HsAnks?"-NUu scending to tako them to celestial paster 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after falser, fouler calumny., hie goien turage, Whle at tho breakfast table 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? 3rd Monday In December. 1 related tho incident, which was much on. to nay, ever galnwl currteBy than O. 10. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte enjoyed, but no remarks wero made at that which limcradhicss th)3 chai.g'w of 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after It Is a REW CKEA-PCC,3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after every the tlmo. As ono of tho ranch hands the matter at Abraham Lincoln. Ut TIOIT, eoverinK' 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday field, of the world's thought, was passing out of the door ho said in rwvor 3iad any foundafjjon wflintMW-- r after 3rd Monday In December. action and culture. The only a subdued but distinctly audible voice Every known fact fla'Jty conkadiccs H "Willi 111 DIHVDt ilUWVJiUI ( A' 11UUJT I1. tCa bow unabridged dictionary 3rd Monday In March. Friday after that it was tho first time ho had over Every manyyears. 3rd Monday In June. Friday after 3rd v of drounmuitial asirao heard of a lawyer being mistaken for muuuujr lit ajv.lliuc., A'aiUUJT UJlkCI tUU 11j strunps it n prejwattenaus Monday in December. Becaate It define over 400,000 an angel, and nobody but a mule would doniae .T 1 nrranrt C Cn fiiiwfnw r'ilM who gaihjr "Let iio ono of fchoaa have made such an error." before appeared between two after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af JT- Jcovers. 4700 J'agea. 6000 there," ha adds, "go heniae wllttaut a tui oiu iuuiiuu in uune, oaiuruay 3rd Monday In September, Saturdayaiier aflastrauoaa. heart saJuiijo (o tho fljnflVa nitri,t of ter 3rd Monday in December. miaybj Afraid to Stay Alone. Nancy. Han&s Lincoln, that 2nd Alonday In February, Tuesday after . With tho new divided Cherry Valloy, Ark. Mrs. Carrie soinwwiluiro bpyond tha stars among page. A "Stroko of Genius." " "iuuuujr in uuuy, iuesuoy oner 3ru Mooro of this placo says, "I was the choir invisible, "Will took upon Monday In November. Is an encyclopedia In ftprant rThnTTIna IQnnit.M afraid to stay by myself. I had soanjo, Hjrune and enfo ut last in the nii.J.. nr..1u . a alnglo volume. arter the second Moidny in February, headacho nearly all tho time! my bosam of God.' Rratu l '" accepted by the ednesday after 8rd Monday in August. heart would palpitate, and my vitali Courts, Bohools and Th'3 another of Ltaiooin 1J4 no long Wedncsdav ntttr ?nrt XThrtrinw i MnAm . Press as the ono supremo an- Ho ty waa very low. When I would ber, grame. AiboiMa Itlw i3 In an unmaj-kiothority. nY a,nieai ForfsvlIIe, Thursday after dawn, at night, I had no liupo of liv- where slio Is ixunlod in thia Hoaooful Rpran ho who knows Wtna now Untie 2nd Monday In May, Thursday ing until day. I tried Cardul, and ccaM5r Success. Let us teU ginvnKOW'd in South! "Hi after bilkidia -. 3rd Almirinv In A it mi o rrut-.i- .. you about this sew work. I feel hotter than I havo for C years. Indiana a isliaftt twas wnjd'Jcjd to lir 2nd MondftV In 'nvnmlAi .rr "" ,r".v""it. . t' t I cannot pnateo Cardul enough for memory fcjn yuars or more atgo by InFriday after r1 Monday x.a"9n. lcaiP". Friday after 2nd in February, 2nd what It did." Aro you o woman? diana's Loyal Iftgi'om, and sincie llicci WHITS far plaB of nnr dlrlfod pgt. , ; v,jr unci ru AlOn- & k C. MERRIAM CO., Plaln,SiriMfi.U.ll. I 2nd Mon- Do you need a tonic? Try Cardul, th the ground- - lias bepm tatein In chhfgjo ?Z Mmtlon tMi fipg, rolTi rBM wt Qtpgcut nupi. I woman's tonic. Your druggist soil by She Staitio and Vs can isJaaficially IIAIlTFOnD POLICE COUItT. II C if, l!riWfl Tllilrrni n T Al pnovldiexl tor .No on,eo far aa knolwn ,ii.. It Attorney; Sani Itlley) Marshal; Court ever w much as hintMd fchnlt hLVj was r...n..lS,u,','Su,K... eacn month. not Tdiomas Lincoln's lawful wlih unW Ar,7,"2!.' Comparison. viuinms, mayor; 1 urerT Mmi,.T;,. V"A ir.e.a?" "Your Investigations," said tho am- til a fiuw years ago.when a pspw4.ng pJ ssis- ateur with the camera, "remind mo of magazino Wiri6 tr nan across t&o We lend FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief Ki,Vii m.. ! my results in photography." J " '. '""U'e. in. sorro quarter aaid made It (or lung trouble, coughs, point in chest, and that u'nn, chairman; "Clear cut and precise?" e?Jajy- - C. M. Uarnott,' public. Doubtless bhia though gruw run down feeling. (Mention this ppa.) r?'l-- . . ,JU ,1. a, jj. j.'enmeion. "No, such a lot of exposures that out of thio fashion lreto wlitoh ucD'jili OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY . . RELIGIOUS SEItVICES. lon't develop anything." COLUMBUS, OHIO In 'jlito pant of tins .world had falliem.of Box 95 M. E. ChUmVl Kkllfll fiAKLUn. ta. tSr.1 naffrrire t hier sdmiply a3 "Nancy ..,i and evenlnir hvdpv Faint Lick Sick Lady. day In each month. Sunday School 11:45 wtiiMiout adding thle "lancaln. Mary Free- Hanks," a. m. Lick, Ky.-M- rs. Prayer mectlner every Paint vas a. muro cardiaB halx't Wid was "?v. VlrBil every man, of this place, says: "Boforo I It an atCioUonni'io nofcnaacfl rortlwr tjhan ,JWst Church-Servi- ces - Elelh Sunday Gatxlul, 1 sufferevenInSSunday School commenced to tako - nIIB,an othnvLie, wl:h oortnlnly no thougilii iesday eveninc-- Ho ed so much from womanly trouble,, 1 t ixr V,.:.. of darojgnitton iu its ua. It is t)hni tii " "" pastor. was so weak that I was down on calumny f?llpHori fVinsM.1. c torgoiiteni Indiana wero servicesp. everySunday-Schoo- l rourth gunuayTV my back neoriy all the time. Cardul a. m. and 7 sliould ibe and te gkul thait it has tho V, 2:30 n. m. v.ia has dono mo moro good than any privildga cf honoring bho pastor. '" " ""fa"1of MeCAIX PATTERNS medlcino I over took in my life." tho gr.nt PAisid-iin- t tihirousih the H'i-t- le Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, simplicity nd "" """ ' P' m' You need not bo afraid to tako CarHerviCfj of toiiime greoU Ills nicth-3t- 's X reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly Sunday ScoolflHsr 1 crery city and town in the United States and d tjxpenlnienit dul. It Is no now grava. IndiannjpalJs Star, ' Canada, or by mail direct. More told than SECItET SOCIETIES. Send or free catalogue. any other mate. henb ingrediof gonitlc-actin. Hartfnrii T.ndt.a 'KTn err i "I do not believo .tta-- IS any Other ents, it haB been found to safely reany other fashion meetH first nnH d,iJ iV5 5' .V' each macazine oKtli.yw HunUrHv. lievo headacho, backache, and similar mouioino so goou ior winooptng' cougu It est styles, million a month. Invaluable. Lat. patterns, dressmaklair, millinery, uvvAciaiji, plain sewing, fancy needlework, liairdresslng, fomalo troubles. Try it for your a Ohamborlaln's Couglt Itemody," if etiquette, tvoiuns simpler Wo. HO, R. A. M. . if pood stories, etc. Only 00 cents a meets ovnrv thirst o A-- 5 wniuos JIns. Francis Turpln, Junction, troubles. double), Including a Irco pattern. ?vCh "J?,""!' year (north T- - Moore High Priest; subscribe today, or send for sample copy, o. Sftorfltnrv. City, Oregon. This romiody Is also un Hartford Chapter No. INDUCEMENTS surpassed tor colds and oioup. i For WONDERFULPostal brings premium catalogue meets nnnnnrl im fAni. Si O. E.... S Curious Superstitions. to Agents. HUU v" in iiiunuay even and new cash prize offers. Address Somo curious superstitions gathered sale by all druggists. m TOE MeCAIX CO, 23S to 219 W. 37th SL. NEW YORK around oven so eminently practical a Hough HIver Lodge No. HO, Knights of Pythias, meets every Tuesday night. thing as beer. In Scotland it used to be the custom to throw a handful of iU"Cr' Jx' '' of R. & S. salt and a Httlo dry malt Into the Hartford Tent No. 89, K. O. T. M.. ? mash to keep tho witches from It; and iiiiu AJiursuay "X: ,",Dl I. night R. D. Walker. Commander; L. P. tho cautious housewife, in houses viviiiun, Ahuuuiu ivecper. The , Ij. o. T. M. ouiimmie iiive wo. whero they browed their own beer, meets every first and third Friday night used to throw a live coal Into the vat in each month. Mrs. Attye Griffln.Lady to savo tho liquor from tho frolicsome ". W Record IkSw"" m" lntorferonce of fairies. The addition carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881, of salt, by tho way, to keep beer in meets 1st Saturday night in each month. the course of brewing, was supposed "" ' uce' oec" " "' IS your business sick? Do you think you should Tfeas. to bo for tho unholy purpose of exAcme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets have more trade? Is there anything worrying you second and fourth Friday night citing thirst. It may possibly have In in connection with the growth of your business? been used to this end by the unscrupu C. 31. Harnett Secretary. lous, but the real reason was legitii,u-J1imp. uraer Red 5;J,,inV?S,t? 8eco"a inJ fourth mate. Salt moderates the fermentaIn each month. James C. Ben tion iule' w,w or Records: - W. No. 202 Con- .,Haotford C?mp'Jv' We have retained the services locally of the greatest retail and w! C WaUac01"' T,lomas Williams; Clerk, Saved Her Own Life. bank advertising expert in this country, Dundas Henderson, Preston Mou'on Post No. 4, a. A. R.. ; Lebanon Jet, Ky. Mrs. Minnie and now put his services at your disposal free of all cost and S!id'fiSgal." .fff'te" be.fo.ro place, Bays, "I believe Lamb, of this without condition of any kind; Write out an account of your ford Min. rV"" '""cn. n",""UAn- " "OBe"' Aijt. whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to I would havo boon dead boforo now, had T' this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr, Henderson and It not been for Cardu' I haven't haa A. 8. of B. you will receive from him in a few days a solution of your difone of thoso bad spells since I com.National Officers: ficulties the same kind of solution that has made success for menced to use your modlclno." CarPresldent-M.- F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. thosands in the same positions as yourself. Vice President J. M. dul Is a specific medlcino for the KMrAtnrv.'rra.nM. OWoods.ir... ' VU1'' 1U" dlanaVbhs: Ind. Cardul Is Ills that women suffer. Htate urricers: It may be that a new style Some scheme of a novel kind vogotuiblo made from harmless 3U" H' y,rolnan, Carroll county, Pres. of .advertising will make a that will bring the money It is a safe, reliable modlvice pouring into your money drawPresldentT difference in your business. S. B. Robertson, McLean county, used by sufferclno, Mioceeafully er is possible. ing women for more .than fifty years. Waren C0UntX. State Possibly a certain kind of adYour competitors may be worTry It to-dfor ealo at all drugvertising folder that has rying you and you may want a IlcnTV county, nnd gists. A2 Gravas, Allen county, Assistant state brought success to others is knowledgo of the latest method , organizers of fighting them. what you need. Board of Directors. Ben Watson. Warren POUntV' f Xf Tlarno,, ni.l.'.'... Moroccan Corruption. ty; A. II. Brooks, Bracken epunty; It. E You may need help in getting Two main evils in Morocco are the If i ?y'i I,ar01n county, and J. 1 Doss, in your bad debts a few hints corruption of Moorish officials and the A particular method of winvvuiujr, degradation of Moorish women. The unio county urricers: . dow dressing may be what will can be given that have materiH. U Stevens, Pres., Heaver Dant.Ky. Moorish officials are Inadequately paid bring you the success you lask. ally helped others out of tro-bl- e. Henry PIrtle. Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. and are liable at any moment to be stripped and cast into prison at the COUNTV BOARD OF HDUCATION. Special salesmanship that has How to conduct a special sale, caprlco of their overlord. The natural Henry 'Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. or sales, may poseibly by the made sucesein simihar circum1. L. B. Ttclmnnr. Hart forI result is that they make hay while the v' n ' " stances may be indicated in shortest way out of your worNo. 5. sun Bhlnos, and by their "pickings" 2. M. C. Hartford. Reynplds. Ky. ries.. your business. provido against tho evil days which 3. M, S. Patterson, OkUon, Ky. 0 4. 8. L. Alford. White Run, Ky. aro almost certain to be In store for B. RWiara I'lunw, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. But whatever it is, send the fullest particulars of your troubles they them. Says a writer; "Before 6. J, L. Brown, Roekport. Ky. and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE to this department take office they may be honest and kindly men, but the knowledgo that This costs you nothing and may help they may at any moment fall victims to a higher power quickly corrupts you to make a foitune Write today them, and they proceed o do as they are likely to be done by. Bach 'offiFurtherparticulara of our offer may be obtained on application cial preys on the one below him, but to this office. AlUommunicationB absolutely coiifidential--addre- e while each, for a short time at least, power and prosperity, the poor enjoys peasant 1b, squeezed unceasingly." mem-jbmV- rr m SOME EXCUSE FOR MOLES In Ms wiiknmm at Je wflPUVng of Una LAMSfa mMnmrkU in ffcatuoky, Reliable Remedy SftS 8 Otto C. Martiii Jsviwwiuej . ff, at iw,w HrVES I HARTFORD, KY. Will jiiwWCp Mt profsMfam Ut Mi and. t4jD4ilsr ttmmm. CotnmrtM aad OtatiMi AwbH a, JHwolalty. , f: 0i ,u , 20-fo- 0. H. Pasmk a. , alnta 7' IARNETT 4 SMITH, , Attorneys at Law, HARTFORD, courts - KY. WebsterS New ewv ap-Ioi- b, International Dictionary Specialties. Ing. practice their profession In 'aH & of Ohio and' adjoining oe-- t and Court of Appeals. Sp- - 1 t' tentlon given to all basin e eirustrt to their care. Collections at.u the Prae-tl- ce of Criminal and Real Betate Law Of flee' W Republican V" - Iuli4. failr-hair- . Attorney at LaW, HAltTOHT), - KY. FRANK L. FELIX, j v ? Will practice his Drofeaalon In Cihta and adiolnlnsr counties nnrl In li of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col lections a specialty. Office In the Her JJ aid building. nti4 I Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY Will practlco his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adJolnlne counties. and In the Cburt of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National Bank. ,. v JQHNB. WILSON CUAS.ii.CnOWB YANOYL.MOSLEY. ??l1y 'it,rfSJt5" "y' V WILSON &, CROWE - KY. CONSUMPTIONKS ffifcr.. f-- )?' fe:i. . LAWYERS HARTFORD, Will practice their pfofesslon In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Special attention, given to criminal practice and to collections. Olfioa on Jlaln St., opposite Court House. "! n. ... Wednes-d1L.enll?- Fj y . $"'" J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public OHIo HARTFORD, KY. Matters Given Prompt Attention. PENSJON AFFIDAVITS A SPECIALTY. All OTTO C. JIAItTlN County Com-posu- i g, 1""" B '. .f K .... irr h: p, jicKnxNEY ' V' tl nl Martin & McKenney Hartford, Ky. f ' General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK V i'f Hartford Republican & Business Bulling Bureau WE HAVE THE REMEDY and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. " 1 0 ' Sr"y. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything eke foOa. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testifisd. fc F " it is the best FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine ever SoM ever adroggtot's counter. Y t-- . , SEEDS' MOMsTS prtgctistttiti fUtlwSBtTral.T(Bltf4ie.a,bMTt Utsi, I nnM rt.tS5LT.iariAAIl. su. IHVAUHTU Wriim t4y; Minthn this Pmc. I Mm M '! la riUsetasalM oar pernaasat luliw. .SMU tom SPECIAL OFFER: AtrWwlU1 X.w emtoswr. HIM SUCOti I AAAAArVMAAAAAAAArWWWV . to flow rwtsjM M . JMMT1MNV. warn WHWeW SEND lO CENTS M'H 4 rmln UU TtJfcU W MHBWWs WfMsMr aMMUIW ft4 US Jfej JU!u mi mm vsjiiw assv raii , Hs Mff mm k r - THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Business Building Ittrtaii. n - jJw Ar ammwUkmawlawMa M'SflSsWSvnsT ar m tut Fr a Z1 .' .. FUrtlord, Kentucky. . iiiij: - ' f A a - A. A.AA.'A.A.aV'A . A i. .'. ' jffijt.' For Sale Real Estate! Jhuht Jlf'rl with WosMngto I "Jttn iHtfottni. ftmtf r WASJHinaTON, w W.l Acre of the fmest Rough rivet bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres in cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings.' A bargain for $1,260. 60 mm mm or imnftfWMnt rrtetic uemimir, WrNa ooim lo M M UHMkHmtlMmMlkliaMnllHto,l D. C. Hurting Her Feelings f mkWk a LaeaW ijk . wc arc pcriccwy rcnauic nnu money kui io ua is as saic as in not satisfactory on examiu3lion. find bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will you that they will ride easier, run faste-wea- r have ever, used or seen at any price. W took finer than any tire better, last longer and know that you will op to well pliased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your orde you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. We want martrimm don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair i tires on approval and trial i lstO Hedgethorn runcture-Proo- T YUU IVatKsV ithe special Introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whlc. makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. all describes . Vh..t write us a oostal todav. DO NOT THINK OF DUYINC1 a b eve" of WAIT or a pair a tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderfi MiU oilers we arc making. It only costs postal to leara cvcryimug. ntiicii. nuts. "I've made a new resolution," said 'the bookkeeper, bitterly, as he added We have 460 acres of fine bottom a column of figures for the sixth time and prepared to add It a seventh land ftrom one and a half to two tlme, all unconsciously. "I have rewith solved never to feel sorry for any miles of Hartford, part of It Umber. Also about 75 acres of up- 'thing I do or say I Repentance and taydng around ano too slow ,lo nail . OVER 68 YEARS' land belonging to the same traot contrition and such things are good on:. It you will look around EXPERIENCE in theory, but they don't get you any- fully you will notiod (thait Terms easy. ttfo snaps in thing!" the community ano not bainig hold by "You may imagine that you're weepstory Irmme ing A new one and one-hafen lilfo laying on my shoulder," said the little fellows who started cut building' with five rooms and large stenographer, comfortably. "Go on around. Throae eivxipa ana not jiokdng rocptleon hall, built out of the best and tell mo about It." around in cool places In Uio bummer Situated on Clay solcctctt material. 'It was last Sunday," began the time nor ervjakiiig Into b.jlnccons ait Tradc Marks DCSIONB and Fccdrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. bookkeeper, slamming the ledger shut tn. o'clock wAnter mornilnss. TJi.so Copyrights Ac Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well of soft and tearing with vicious force his snaps generally ehow up icswly in tho Anyone sending m sketch and description may qnleklr ascertain our orlnion fr whether en water. All necessary out buildings. :trlal balanco sheet "My sister had tnornins and lale at nght Tlie fol Intention Is prob.bly pstenUbt Communlm- Invited a young woman friend of hers low iwho e'tp out in tho lions strictly confidential. HANfiSDM on Patents morn Terms reasonable, lent free. Oldest agency for securing Ditents. from the country to her house for "the amd lmstl' Patent taken through Mann Co. recelrs Ilko mlc?,h'jef may find tfettal notl, without charge, la tha week end and she asked me to help Good nine room two story dwelling i'her out, Of course, I could tell from ono. Also, thio lad who works late haNic ono in Centertown, Ky., bas good cis- the way my sister talked that this A handsomely Illustrated weekly, largest cirtern, good cellar, never falling well friend of hers was no prize article, aliow up In. tine shape of n fln posiculation of any aclentlflo Journal, Terms, 13 a mar. four raonthi, t L Sold by all newsdealers. only once a tion, Take a 6umbto to Mouraoilf. Sunday good stable other lUIIIlC038'Br.r.(BWYnrk of water one acre and ground. out and as hated likecomes to give it up TJxifs tho only way Kniars am nab- fury buildings, A week I lot of 096 F BU WaihlBf ton, D. C. Sraaca ones. bod. L'x. uplendld location for family residence to charity. But I did." "How charitable!" murmured the and hotel, price and terms reasonlittle stenographer Chaniborlialn'e Stomach and LAver The bookkeeper went on: "Well, it Subscribe for The Republican able. Apply to developed that this country person TabKite do not slcfeen or 'SrApo,. and BARNETT & FOSTER. Agente, noT,oTSly was nofgobd to look at, but may .13 taken with parfoot eaCoty iby -Hartford. Ky. $1.00 per year. Wi'LtJiu. her feelings were as sensitive as as tha most Mioatio oman or the young all get outl Wo started, right in Satwill urday night, she and I, falling out and oat child. The old and ifxnblo making up again. Honestly, I didn't alao'find thorn a most sudtablo Temady open my mouth but that I had to tell POSITIONS GUARANTEED BtnOTStihonlng Uhid!r her the noxt minute that I was sorry. for aiding wad w will GUARANTEE you a position lr you Vou can imagine that I learned to wmlMttKjd "ii'ffaatilon and for ivgulattlng us real soon. We need many more keep pretty mum. at once to supply tbo enormous demand .tlno 'bowels, tor Bai9 by alb ilrus- -' for our graduates. As soon as we got the required -- - 1 , "My sister and her visitor kept on number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So -talking, though, and th,en wo played gists, in write at once for particulars. cards for a while, and fisTde from qujc S j ( losing every game for our country i guest was my partner--, of" course atVi my slater played with my kid brotBuclcbce's "Full Grown herand my having to bear the brunt pedigreed Seeds haveof a Life" Northern years of reputation of 3.1 of every wrong play and to inBlst that successful seed growing behind thco. It pays to BUSINESS COLLEGE XNCOBroa&TED ,, I hadn't moaqt to offend her and that plant the best.Specialties: oso. w, SCHWARTZ Seasonable FEUfClPAX. XSTASUSnED 1804 TXmiSVItiXilC. KY. I jievgr dreamed of intimating that DEANS . $3.50 Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . 'she" didn't know the gamo though Refugee Hxtra Early .. Bushel 'she hardly knew a jackfrom a queen New Stringless Green Pod . J3.70 Bushel Wardwell's Imp. Kidney War J4.50 Bushel r the evening pa1iee"d off pretty well. Davis New White Wax . . $4.73 Bushel MtMifowi Currie's Rust Proof Wax . ft.50 Bushel tlfl laffked at me very coyly, how-ercr.A rllatrlrt " PEAS -fl when she said good night, and ride and exhibit t Extra Early Alaska , . . J3.50 Bushel . sample latest Model "nantrer" bicycle furnished by us. Ourazeni avarvuhrr bt she said that she hoped I wasn't ofNew Early Gradus . . . . $5 50 Bushel i zcis,ii,yT''orxuufar,icuiar'a'ui'fte'a'ff'rat'nc'- . & Horsford's Market Garden . I3.J0 Bushel iiuiuunui iwuuiiic.iumiiyoureceiveanaapproveotyourc.teycie. Yvtshii fended with her and that she knew Buckbee's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel ,he H; bto.,anyo.2Jt.?.nri,h"e..la cent defosit in advance, tretay freight, an allow TKN DAYS' FKKETKIAI. dutin which time you mayridVthe bicycle an1 her feelings wero easily hurt, and as and a full line ol Lettuce, put it to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish t she never liked to go to bed without Seeds, PlantsRadish. Toraito and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense and you mill not ie cut one ctnt. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list oi We furnish the lushest grade bicycles it Is possible to mat every one being forgiven and forgivFlftTABV PIIHF3 at One Snull nmfit a)wv. rtn.l lictnni your requirements and wilt quote price. flUSVni I niVlatf r.. Van ..v Buy direct from the grower Savo llonev. to fas middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and hare the manufacturer's Kuaa ing, she wanted to make sure that Write today. Mention this paper. .unto wh.hu jruur uivytic xfw imx uv x a oicycie or a pair oi tires rrora anyen we were good friends. i any rricw uuui you meirc our catalogues and leam our unncara ol J actor "Of course, I had to assure her trices and remarkatu tfacial offers to rider agent. lTriMIQVCB tudy HP BaiUniarJCH nen you receive our beautiful catalogue an that everything was all right between C&sBKtbetSr., Rociford Sera Fsrsu, Coctftrt.fc lUliniLI. pur superb models at the uvndtrfuL vw rru.9 ncMuiiuivciruuuui year. c sen uie nignesi grraae Dicycies tor less mow us. And, oh! the relief I felt when I We are satiified with tt.m nrnfit than any other factorv. f.rtnrv m. niCYClil! DEAl.KltK. vou ran srll nur htrvrl. itnrtar vv.it. nam mm,, wlntn . finally got my door closed and could our nrices. Orders filled the div reivl. DOUU1C good hours alone, withKKCOND HANI) MOVCL.KS. W An not rnilirT h9nt t,,J Mi-l.- . r think of eight to 'bsnallv have a number on hand rab.n In tnA hv nur fhtrov. rMil im. Tk.i. out a feeling .1... hurt and with not a. sSsM I. at nrieea ramnnr Irom S3 to 8H or tftlO. D.trrlnHv hrvnln ltf mall rcromotlT fr in;lo iThecli. Imported roller cliulns and peitela, parts, repair aa pardon to beg! GfrivltK-DKrtHtwmpratnt o( all Wnd? at AaW "Well, In the morning we got ready for church. Wo ate breakfast in HFnCFTHADii PUHCTODE-PDAA- F fairly good temper and almost at peace. However, this visitor nearly SELF-HEALIN- G TIRES cried when I teased her about sellThe rtzuhr retail trice: ol these tires is ing 'nncienl egg's to tho city people er hair, but to intioduee rue mill her father's a farmer so I decided sellyduataipietairrrf&seasxuiinoriur)fMi. that my jokes were misplaced and TRONBLEFROMPyNCTURES HO pretty bad, anyway. So I adopted tho or Glass will not lot the HHStTae policy of silence. air ouf Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. "I djdnt say a word to her all the I DTerTrrft7flMadeinatlsiies.ItlJllvely way to church. My sister walked knH ra.vrnilnf vrrvdurflbleand llnedinsidewith crw.lt.1 'mtfliTtv of rubber, which never becomes back of us with the rest of the famporous and Which closes up small punctures without allow. Notice the thick robber trea ily, so the visitor and I had the ading the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satls "A" and puncture strips "II Red customers stating that thelrtireshaveotilybeen pumped, and "O," also rim atrip "II vance guard all to ourselves. ap onfe or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than to provent rim cutting;. Tn. "I was worried, too, on account of given tn ordinary tire, the puncture feslstlngqualities being on tiro will outlast any othe the by'teveral layers of thin, specially prepared fabric make-SOwell, you know. Miss Bruce someKLAbTiO au tread. The regular price of these tires is JJ.JO per pair, but for UASV RIDING. times th rldrr A nniv ti.8o nrr nalr. All orders shlooecf same dav letter is recefved. We shin P. O. n. o "Oh, well, anyway, the visitor and I IPDrovai. vou ao nocpay a ceni umii yuu jiavc cxaiuiucu unu auunu (nciu siTiciiy Hs reprcsenict were getting on famously, as I' uu per paiw ii yo I run no risk I thought, when I suddenly heard a litanv reason thev ar A Sermonette to toys. atmg man, I !ord you ly- iiWiirfct 'Skut you W'Jro n bo hHTy about syjVJsg down- - Thro iwii U rmajjy aiMfw In. tilxo monld amd you wor.a to tay Jaw for a TMhllo jmd tako Ms9 rfrghit v ln when it ctimtj along. TaJwT any word for It, tlw (fight oroa will iwvar com along. IUkjiu will troubV ba no about your laying aroiHwL You can do fchrat all right jt date of liialp whllio doing It. and Also tbo snap may coma along, but you iwlll bo asloiti rind tlio fHtaw who Is gcrjMng a hustiim on hftrcmjlf (mill Tilwno anj lots vt tmixps in take Jt .Stomach Blood and ' Lbver Troubles Much slckncsl start with weak itomach, ond consequent lack poor, impoverished blood. Nervoua and flood, rich, red blood. Their stomachs need invigorating for, after all, a man can bo no stronger than his stomach. 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Address all communications to Nineteenth Desk"B H H H H H H H H H H H H H H WrHttf ' IssstWirftaW aS Ml tkkiils.Ws J.m -- -- Tii r i? LJIMlW"?Pl'r-- T. .((Wkffc, IMlMMIi-WW-.iwT i lh. t. .... mum i. - ibh -- mt2ii2t ir'"" t mmommMM ' Mft:iu. mw. on OH liomo aud pec txuaj aiatiers. Only COil s year liMludme a frca paltetn. Sub. serlbo today or send lsHMfssiaWsaWaW tyr (rm tasuilo copr. ttsCsH rattssM will otiabla riw t make Ih your tswuhoawwtthruisruwiibitlsiis ekxhlacfor jruurseir aud cklid; n wtilo Kill ixspwifrct fcrlptiaas aMr Mrswti(i. .fruMd fir fro I'romiuis Viiloiaa nl'asU Hn pifcr. . tempt to raise tobacco King Qeorfla In Peril. rylng George Is; interested In the rDa W WM in siyia aud ni. OhA Mtia tor itihj Pis n hi;;hc(.im i r.c r i."Maiue. subrssasass lot M4ln "W! ,- ( - msKaamrj9iaaoiWin4ts.WMic on English soil. A ftiw years ago an Irish mem-h- t suggeeted to John Bums that the' Wales, should be klBg, tjfoeH prtae I.V.J tn oanaka a nlrar nf Trial, baeee. "Vs." mW1 Mr, Burin, "it l tbe du:y w Me majestya wmnters to pretext tbe belr to the throne treat t- at MATHENEY & BATTS. 4J6ll4ij6kJlsViJli i - r-- OUND TO LAND SOMEWHERE CHUHCH IIHLT OP FOSIIU MftDft ON YALUAICE In UNO ANOTHER COOIMfl PLACE Starting Mr. Manhelm's t ReumUbeut Way te Find Seme Pleee Where "He Could Get "Rights." eflMtaM OMaMiMSInaaea' Being. liAi ' HmraJ Heart f Ofty Nary tmp, Is One fCtifMM Cttriatmaa, f Lnr The Fire tt "They brought the coal this Harry," Mrs. NowBom announced as her husband sat down at after-'inoo- n, We're starting It earlier this year than we did last." "Later," Mrs. Nowsom said, as she teeated herself opposite him. "Last tyear we built our first furnace fire on 'Oct 18. I remember the date perfectly; It was the day I entertained the card club and Mrs. Warren couldn't come. Her sister was 111 and Mrs. Warren remained at home to 'take care of the children, much to my Tcllef; she Is a very fussy woman and you know how a furnace fire makes jsuch an odor when It's started?" Newsom nodded his head as ho cut jlnto the steak. "1 don't remember all 'that, of course, but I do remember ithat we Btarted the furnaco later, inbout the 28th, I think." "How ridiculous of you to Insist jupon that, Harry, when I've just told Crou when we did start It!" Mrs. Newborn rejoined, her cheeks flushing. "I say wo started the furnace on Oct 18." "I've not tho slightest objection to ryour saying that, my dear, because jyou evidently believe it provided you grant me thep rlvllege of saying that jWe started the fire on Oct 28." ' Jthe dinner table and she placed the Uteak before him. ' "I'll "Good!" ejaculated Nowsom. build a furnace Are tonight, Kitty. iNewsom exclaimed, rising to V At tho end of several minutes Mrs. Newsom appeared In tho library, where her husband was searching through a letter file. "Harry, you've hidden my. diary so J can't convince you of yourmlstake," islio accused him. "What have you dono with It?" "I haven't seen your diary. What lave you dono with the coal bills?" "They're somewhere In the file. You 'can look for them while I'm eating my dinner; I don't propose to dlno on jcold steak and potatoes after I had the trouble of making them hot simply because you're obstinate." Mrs. Newsom swept out of tho Toom, only to r.eturn the next instant, declaring with visible elation: "Now, I'm certain wo did start the fire on ,the 18th, because the day after that 'the man put up the storm windows nnd be swept tho coal dust off the walk." 't "Wonderful memory you have." 'Newsom declared, shutting tho file In disgust "How do you happen to remember that Oct 19 was the day the man put up tho storm windows and awept off tho coal dust?" "Because that was the day nfter "we started the furnace flro on the 18th," Mrs. Newsom answered, triumphantly. "Now, are you convinced? nd. speaking of memories, you destroyed last year's reclpted coal bills ijhen wo cleaned houso, so It's hardly worth your whllo looking further for them." not "I'm convinced," Newsom shouted, springing to his feet. Ho dropped tho file In his flurry and scattered the contents, which did not add to his amiability. "But there must bo some way of convincing you. Yes, .come to think of It, I made a noto on tho direction card that hangs beside the furnace. Now, I'll show you." "You never mentioned before that you made a note on the card when wo started the furnace," Mrs. e said, suspiciously. In the dining room thyo encount tered Mrs. Nowsom's young sister. wl-exclaimed: "What's tho matter? 'Why aren't you eating your dinner? I'fan over to borrow the evening paper for mother; dad forgot to bring one." "Rhoda," Mrs. Nowsom cried, desperately, "do you remember what day wo started our furnace last year? Wasn't It tho day I entertained tho card club and you helped mo serve?" "No. Indeed," said her sister. "Tho women nearly froze that day sitting around In their thin dresses," was the unexpected answer. "It was the next day. I remember perfectly, because you bad to keep ail appointment at ,the tailor's and you woro afraid to (lcavo a fresh fire unwatched" "I I well " Mrs. Nowsom stopped arid n reminiscent look crept Into her eyes "But that was tho day the inan put on tho storm windows, and I can't recall that I went to tho tailor's. I'll telephone Btlll wait a mlnuto. .mother. She always remembers everything." ' Now-,sqm' room. Nowsom called after her: "I'll get ,the coal bill; that will settle It" the "You're exasperating, Harry," Mrs. her feet. "I'll get ray diary and settle the matter once for all." She rushed out of There may be a Utile exaggeration In this bit of alleged court news from the Troy Times) nevertheless, the tale rests upon the Important fact that wives need no longer complain that the law falls to protect them against their husbands. The "rights" of women in this respect seem more secure than the "rights" of men In tho corresponding case. Simon Manhelm, holding Ice to the In court Bldo of his head, appeared and domanded a summons for Mrs. Manhelm. "I am a goot husband," explained Simon, "but mine vlfe Is peevish. See vat she dlt to me." Tho clerk expressed sympathy at tho state of Mr. Manhelm's eye, but declined to Issue the summons. "This court" said ho, "is for women that aro not supported by their husbands. to tho police court." Go The Mr. Manhelm went magistrate looked at him coldly. "This court Is for wives who aro abused by their husbands," ho said, "not for husbands who can't take care of themselves." Mr. Manhelm, obviously puzzled, started downstairs again. He called on tho clerk of the court of domestic relations. "Aber I don't take care of mine vlfe, do you git me?" he asked. "Wo surely do," said tho clerk. "Hero's where wo do full Justice .to women, but wo don't care a white bean for men." Mr. Manhelm started out. In an hour he was back In the pollco court under arrest, but with an air of mental repose. The magistrate wanted to know the charge against Manhelm. "Ho threw a stone through the win" dow of tho Woman's Rights said the policeman. Youth's Companion. ,.iw. up-stalClub-room,- Impartial flB HAD TENDER SPOT FOR HORSE Washington and Grant Alike In Their Fondness for the Noble Friend of Mankind. Tho disposition of the late President Grant to talk horso was a great cause of offense to certain prim people. If they had consulted history they would have learned that horse talk was also a characteristic of that distinguished soldier and fine old Virginia gentleman, George Washington by name, declares a writer in the Army and Navy Journal. "I found," wrote the artist Gilbert Stuart, "that it was difficult to' Interest Washington In conversation whllo I was taking hla portrait I began on the revolution, the battles of Monmouth and Princeton, but he was absolutely dumb. After a while I got on horses. I had touched tho right chord." Washington was then president of the United States and resided In Philadelphia where he had a Stable of six and twen ty horses. He used to say that he needed but ono good quality In a horse and that was to go along, far he could always keep his saddle, provided the animal could keep his legs After the surrender at Appomattox Grant had not a werd to say aboul the stirring events through which he had Just passed, but as ho sat over his campflre that night ho turned to his quartermaster and said: "Ingalls, do you remember that old whito mule So and So used to ride In Mexico?" Of course, under tho circumstances Ingalls was prepared to remember that or any otner experience that pleased his chief. He probably would not have cared, howeyer, to remember Just then the disastrous speculation in raising potatoes In which he was Grant's partner when they wero stationed together In Oregon. ' Financier Insists on Rest There Is a celebrated financier in Wall street who can never he got between three and four o'clock of any fine, warm, sunny autumn afternoon. Ho will, not even see more celebrated financiers then. The great public is told that he is "very busy." But to In. tlmates there is no secret about It. Regular callers ask for Mr. So and So and then watch the office boys. Ono llstons at tho private office door. Another listens, at tho telophono board. "Can you hear him?" asks the boy at tho door. ''Ho's not stirring." "Yes, I hear hlra," replies tho office boy at tho switchboard. "He's still snoring. It's very clear today." Tho financier sloops in tho sun which poUrs through a great window. His bed is a long ouch. Near it 1,3 a telephone with receiver down., Before ho sleeps he takes off his boots. When tho offlco boys hear him bustling around to put on his .boots thqy know that in a few minutes call-er- a may get their names sent la, Mrs. Barlow was so essentially a matchmaker that it was Irapewlble for her to see any unattached person without being fired with a desire to find some other unattached, person of the opposite Bex and approximately suitable age, bring them together and launch t'hem upon the troubled sea of matrimony. That her brother, Tom Hobbs, was still unmarried was due to no lack of energy on her part Consequently, when Tom received her invitation to pass his vacation at her summer home he grinned knowingly "Wonder what kind of female person sho's going to hook me up with this time?" he chuckled to himself. Being thus prepared in his ,own mind, he was neither surprised nor disgruntled when he stepped out of the motor, car on to his sister's wide front porch to find the wealthy, If no longer strictly youthful, Miss Rob-bin- s gracefully postured In a reclining chair. He was somewhat surprised, however, a short time later, when his sister explained with a troubled expression that tho extreme-l- y prosperous, though slightly passe, Miss Trotter was expected the next r Mumford Church. day. "I hadn't planned to have those two and decay by being turned into the girls here at the snme time," she Every fretted, "but Molly Trotter wrote and hardest of flinty limestone. block of stone in the four' walla is a if she might come two weeks closely asked cemented mass of dainty fosearlier than I had Intended to have sils, literally packed and Interwoven. her, and then tt was too late" to put There is no basic rock at all", but only Miss Robblns off. I'm afraid it won't fossil fibers, which give the rock co be a bit nice or tho way I meant to hesion and strength. Nevertheless,, have it" stones are light in weight com"Don't worry, old lady," said Hobbs the pared with granite and sandstone. soothingly. "I'll promise to be perThe blocks were hewed from the fectly Impartial." petrified depths of a nearby cedar you to began "But I don't' want Is situated In the Mrs. Barlow. But Hobbs interrupted swamp. Mumford heart of tho great area of rock, once her with a shout of laughter. to geolo"Oh, Polly, Polly!" he cried. "You the bed of an ocean, known gists as the Niagara limestone. It certainly aro the prize ostrich." crops out either in the form of the calcarerous stone, or the hard For the- succeeding two weeks soft, more serviceable blue limestone. Hobbs devoted himself wqp the and greatest assiduity to the two young The clear, cold water which gushes springs women. Mrs. Barlow looked on with from Innumerablethroughout or flows ind the Mum-forill concealed discomfort, while her frequent brooks brother Joyfully took drives and walks held country is alkaline from the lime In solution. and excursions of various kinds. with the two "girls." ies?pLarunXthrdyayTe1o?er' GERMANY'S GREAT MONUMENT - Muatford, N; Y. In Mtimtort ! a entire taHdtag constructed of At first glance the walla appear to be. eoastnietetl of rough smeared with an uneven coating of gritty, coarse, piaster; but a ekwer view shows delicate traceries of leaves, laee-wor-k of Interwoven twigs, bits of broken braaeaea, fragwepts of messy bark, splinters, ef weed, all preserved against the wasting of time stotoe fll. Thar are' many curtotta tillage about tha Baak.of Bngland, but among them haw many knew that it poaeea-se- s a respectfcbla garden? It is to be found Just liwlde the Threadnaedla slda, street entrance, on tha garden has a This fountain In the center, graveled paths and a couple of trees, the whole form-lea quadrangle with the bank build-larunning all round. " Its history is a curious one. In reality this garden is the churohyard of the vanished Church of St Chrlsto, which used to stand where the MansionHouse now is. One reason why the church wai pulled down was beoauae its towet completely' overlooked the bank, and it was feared that'lt would be a danger to the "Old Lady" it the church .was occupied by rioters. As the bank occupies the site of the entire parish of St. Chrlstopher-le-Stock- , it is said that any freeaaa ot the city can claim admission, to .tha. old garden. But, as 'a. matter of fact, any one who cares to see it may do so during business hours, and it is weD worth a visit, if only for the fact that it Is the most valuable garden In tha world. T' J,. ,.,." I"- left-han- d g g pher-le-Stoc- Pi John Say, Silas, what ea earth aire rer bulldln' another poroa on th aide Silas 'Cause thet one la right under my, window, aa' I'm tired er Hstea-ln ter Rfll in' her beau talkln lav r every nlgh't -i at the house fer? You When a King la III. And there Is this curious psychological fact to be remembered: A serious illness or a death advertises the doctor exactly as a hanging advertises the barrister who defended the per-son hanged. Suppose; forexampIe, a royal personage gets something wrong with his throat ,or has a palp in. his inside. If a doctor effects some trumpery cure with a wet comprese or a pepperminl lozenge nobody takes theleastnoilce of him. But. If ho operate? on the Froat and kills the patient, or extirpates an Internal organ and keeps the whole nation pal pitating for days while the patient hovers' In pain and fever between life and death, his fortune is made. Every rich man who omits to call him in when tho same symptoms appear in bis household Is held not to havo done his utmost duty to the patient The won,der is that there is a king or' queen left alive in Europe. G. B. ' Shaw, "The Doctor's Dilemma." 1 penalty, of GvpeT csmit ra4U ap do ait unpaid tasies the first dW o Do. comber, i am vary Brixtoua hat && uas bo paaa aerore flaait- Bttme, but If nqt mid, the oanalto- will be "mi.t an and property adVantlsad for, taxes, as I have to collect in brcter to onake my aattlesnettt .lwltfi th PLcaao glvto Auditor. thd prompt atrjaAUon and avoid thte extra, ooosrf. 18tf T. H. BLAOlC r s o h wi iwa Notice to Taxpayers. are ienefey oofWled ijnt fcho i UP IN A BALLOON J Tom's departure for town. Mrs.. Bar low had arranged a beach party and about ten o'clock that morning, being driven to desperation by the numberless accidents which invariably attend the preparations for such' festivities, she ferreted Tom out to inform him unreservedly that she considered him a hopeless Idiot. Upon being told why, Hobbs assured her that he had proposed to both her other guests and bad been rejected by both. "I tqld you I would be perfectly impartial," he concluded. The beach party was a success In so far as beach parties can be termed successes when participated In by those who have outgrown their keen enjoyment of Band In sandwiches and mosquitoes in coffee. However, as they all sat around the fire after supper thero was a distinct atmosphere of hilarity. The middle, aged coun-- , I tenances had begun to assume that, expression of pleased anticipation which Indicates 'that homo and bed ! are beginning to loom in sight It had become quite dark and the scene was lit up only occasionally by a faint glow from the dying Are. Then Barlow, exhilarated by the lively social converse and ginger ale; suddenly drew out his match safe, ' "I never think it's a real plenic unless everybody holds hands. Now, one, two, threo, I'm going to find out who's losing his opportunity." As tho match flared up for an instant there wore, two distinct ladylike giggles and what appeared to be a genteel scuffle in the place where Hobbs sat between Miss Robblns and Miss Trotter. Then tho match went out, but not before every one had got full view of tho. two hands of Hobbs as ho raised them aloft In his right hand squirmed the loft hand of Miss Robblns; in his left wero tho dainty digits of Miss Tratter, "I always aim to be perfectly Impartial," said Hobbs. Colossal Memorial Nearlng Comple- tlon a Built to Commemorate , the Battle of Lelpxlg. Leipzig; Germany. Perhaps the most colossal monument in all Geri many is nearlng completion here. Leipzig was the scene oftthree noteworthy battles two in the Thirty Years' War and one In the Napoleonic wars. The monument is to commemorate the battles between the French under Napoleon and an allied army of Austrlans, Russians, Prussians and Swedes. The monument will be dedicated in October, 1913, oa the battle's; centenary. In the accompanying illustration the monument is shown as it will appear when completed. Some of the' glgan. tic carvings one of them forty feet high are already in place. Even in Wanted to Sell Her Leo. Willing, she asserts, to sacrifice a,' finger, foot, arm onleg In an effort to relieve her poverty, a woman, whose name was not divulged, living in. Go vans, has written to the physicians of Franklin Square hospital with an unusual and pathetic appeal for flnan-- , ' clal assistance. The letter conveys, say, the physl-- j clans, a sad story of much' puff eringj as the result of poverty by a woman who was once in good circumstances, but who has recently been reduced to abject destitution. She named no specific price for ber sacrifice, according to the doctors, but asked for an. early reply if her offer was to be considered. The only restriction that she A Russian up In a balloonsky, made was that, her name be kept a Got stuck on the boras ot ta moonskyl secret1 Baltimore Evening Sun. And to a Jap spy-Hsaid:, "How's tbls for hlghf Sample of Animal Instinct Said the Jap: "You are a goatf "When I was. a barefoot lad," said coonskyl" Mr. Dustln Stax, "I had to spend a good deal of time minding the stock, on father's farm. I'll never forget the day when father told mo to take a FOR FLETCHER'S rope and hold a couplo ot bull calves." they do?" "WhaJ did "They scorched my hands with the rope and turned around and stepped on me." "Unruly disposition?" "No. )S flS fl They Wonderful instinct ilS ) recognized me at a glance as a small tookholder." Washington Star. e r rrzirsf Children Cry CASTO RIA A CASTOR I A Thi Signature' m Yw Hm Bears "ofW6 Tor Infanta and Dhildrea. Always THE value of neat-appearin- g BN(tt stationery as a means of getting and holding desirable business has been amply' demonstra V! Mrs. Nowsom rushed to the telephone nnd Newsom made hlB escape downstairs. Tho next moment Mrs. exclaimed, tho receiver to Nowsom be ear; "The 10th? You're sure? The day you brought Betty's baby (over and the flat was so lovely and ,warm? You're quite positive?" Mrs. Newsom flew downstairs and breathlessly confronted her husband las he lighted the gas in the base-men"Wo aro both wrong," she said. '"It was Oct. 10. Mother remembers." In silence Newsom consulted the icard. "Wo started the furnace Are last year on Oct. 20 exactly one year ago today," be announced. "Come on, Kitty, I'm ravenous." f. "No gentleman could have dpne such a thing," declared Mrs. Barlow to her brothor a few moments later, as sho stalked haughtily beside him back to tho houso, followed at some distance by her husband, flanked on either "side by a statuesque and coldly sljent figure. "If . any ono had told me that n. brother of mine could have bo far forgotten himself I never would have belloved it" "I'm. awfully sorry," murmured Hobbs" meekly, "but I'm so spontaneCaesar and the Empire. Tho reason "why tho Roman em- ous, Polly dear, I really didn't know pire succeeded the republic" was that I was going to do It until It was all thero was folt to be on urgont neod of over. I'm such a child of nature. I a strong central power. For many just bubble over with spirits." "Child of fiddlesticks!" said Mrs. years tho republic nad been desolated nnd tho cry, of tho whole people was Barlow. "You need a straltjacket and for peace poaco almost at any price. a keeper. Please go on up to bed beNow, peace could be secured only by' fore the others get here and I shall the ascendancy of a slnglo man, rul- be vary glad if you can make It coning with absolute and irresistible venient to leave before the rest of us sway. So tho peoplo acquiesced in the get tip la the morning, j'll see that change. They even hailed it with Joy. breakfast is prepared for you. Other: my hands of you." A fow patriots like Brutus and Cato wise, I wash Iaaaaauoh aa she had washed her gave up in despair, but most men were pleased with the revolution haada of hits, tea news of his engage-nea- t to the eaarralag but lapecual-ems- , which made Caesar supreme. Not daughter of his landlady walaa that they wero monarchists at heart, ta but that after the devastating strife sews he wratetewa-reug-her a few days after ht not to, have they wanted peace,' even tboih It be kl return te ea'ttsed bar a ripple of unpleasant eaae- it' the saorlflce of some of their liber-- . Navanaaleaa it did. ilM. There's the Rub.. "Died In novfirtv!" flrlml Ihn nhllnen. ' pher, scornfully. "Dled in poverty,' complete, the monument thrills you did he, an' you expect mo to synipa- - 'I with Its colossal dimensions. It' is thize? What Is there in dying In pov- three hundred feet in height, but It Is erty; I've got to llvo In It." Sporting built on such a mountainous scale that uuiua.. its tremendous height Is minimized. It faces' the city fronting a concreted Unrth Thlnklna flhnnf lako several acres in extent. A broad It Is a dark day In the life of any boulevard will lead from it straight yoiipg man when he passes up a good into Leipzig. housekeeper In order to marry an ex--, , pert shopper. Dallas News. THE. DIMENSIONS "OF HEAVEN Leipzig Monument ' ted. Consult .us beforfl going eisevVhere,. st A A A st at M " Preacher Figures It' to Be the Equal of a 792,000 Story Building. Louisville, Ky. Heaven's exact dU jneuslons were figured out in the n of the Rev. M. E. Dedd, pastor of a Louisville church, preached to his congregation recently, In the course of bis sermon the preacher said: chap"In Revelations, twenty-firs- t ter, sixteenth verse, nervous "Chris-tlan- s have read where the dimensions of heaven are only 1,699 eublo nqllea, juilHtnjiaieiy uij juwy m uie COBG1H- sloa that even this space will not the vat multitude of , which the Bible speaks. 111 "However, oaleulatiea show that this space will aeeowmodate a building 7S2,009"sterias high, and It' la easy to demonstrate that sue , building would aaeeauaedate an innumerable multitude." ser-'mo- l " " .I. .i.. -- "8131 aaH V VlTl 'nlB akm. . Prize Offer from Leading Manufacturers search, of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Oreeiey was formerly, Actinr Commissioner of Patents, and as such had fuU charge of the U.S. Patent Office.. Dook on patents. ''Hints to inventors." "Inventions "Whysome 'inventors fM." 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