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The Hartford republican: June 7, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912060701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 7, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Sfye Fine Job Work. V VOL. XXIV. SLAYER HUNTED Ifartfcrrft DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE JlO,-8l- Httbikuit OF OHIO COUfjTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 47 BUILDER OF HAltTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1912. List two months, It ipjirnrj (lint rood will ham a Uiliuice of for tli stiw k oiiMamllnK th n,l BOLSTERS NAVY AT EVERY ANGLE DESERTED CITY BYJUJNDREDS Indiana Shore BeingScoured for Miles. For George Blackburn Who Killed Owensboro Policeman and Wounded Another. Will Surprise Taft. New York, Juno I fl'h'xvlor Mil Irul n numbr of poHtlc.il conference at the Outlook office He moored lit sot from Oyster Hay ami ItmnjuJUVI) down to work with hlii caniiuigu I vul-or- s. llm'' TOOEBUILT Senate Adds More Battle- HistoricAirdriaAgainFeels ships and Submarines. Stir of Life. Free Admission Of Munitions Of For Years the Home of General Don Carlos Buell, Who War And Increases Mine Supplies. Died There. ."!. With the aid of one or two showers called. between now anil atherlis time the crop of blue grass "od will to one of the rtockport, Ky.,, June W.ui'iltuitnn. II. C, Jun 3. The two The diffi- lars&st In years, tho stems are Ioi.tr an J Ocnhoro. K June I. livery foot OUie James may Second Nomina Washington, 3 When Twn-a- j June UattlcliljiM tut from (if the Indiana shuro for iiiilliis b.icJ luth house bill cult task of r'SJrrctltn dsertil niiu tho heads full and wvill formed In "nor-:- il H. Purctll, tlte builder of the (Wafl'i-Ingttion. and the flehl3 are remarkably ifree were returnil by th Stnate Committee obandrit, U being scournd u.. el'v hit the lu th woods kii by Monument, a fA.'foot obeJUk Ol iiior-lcc- t In addition to the battleships, the com l party . liy eiplta'-Is- t from weoeU wjilcji means an exice,ptton-a- l Sheriff of Spencer L'nantv, JiuHann. Washington, Juno 1. elf an crop as well. Notwithstanding which dlmlnntcs t the buildings at tho lie Jiun-- s m.iy il'llier one of tlie.iicer'li mltteo . result of tills ..iiii"nd'ius provides fpr anil as iikkImUhI liy every nmmbcr of the Owens submarine capital, died a few days ago, fcho torixilo Ivxibi Instead of four loted by undertaking Airj.-- i. t' e "I.ji. :'iadie' tho favoriiile lndlcaUoas for a Mplendld lioro police force, wjio could be spared i.s In the Dejnoi.ra.tlc National Convenwhich cling ubout Uio marblo, Hcatloiw tire that trailing tion xecomlltif? the nomln itlMt of Wm!-e- r the House; retnlni Uia Hous. proibla of Kentucky will b restored anl madofcrol' tn from todtiy's duties in the .lt ,a;il CI irk for I'd Ment. TlieCUnk tnjn-oor- s for 1 the commodity will be alow as there shaft were recalled to mltwl. jPurcell torpedo lioit uf cltU.is, wlio have boon draft" J d.stro.rs, two to take the former ronlltU.s. years old and lwlnptn arc il slrlotw of luuliu Mr. .Hm" fuel hlps, one to l built In a 1'nclflc than was el1Uy-eIh- t The giant niahclnery, which fifty .vean soem to be more anx.lou.1 sevllew Into service by tin- - Indian i officials In apo was running lxith nUtht and diy, buyers. A few early sales wore made at theereatcr part of his llfo In auperlntenl-Ir- g march f George Hlickhurn, alius i"reorg for Ijils role, partly lii.'cau.se Kentucky, Const n.uy jiird; a tender to Hie building of stono edlfloea bushel for August delivery and which stands tottering and almost M cent.s Giorge Halnford, alias iMcN'.inviri. b tlie Sjie'ikir'j blrjUipJuco mill tpartly and n siibniarlnc tender. Every year or two the monument d(V frum that The commlttoo truc!f-ou- t who sliot otflisr J Coleman I'awm to liecauso th Senator-elec- t the Hou' ready to fall with rust and dewy, will and later ilea at S3 cents, Auti.t as the finest Those who can 'sell anywihere be- sometlilnir to draw ottcvntlon ,to It. Piir tJsht-horcvstrletlon on Goiernment be removed and newer and more moder.i ilea'li anil ivminriiil officer Jigties I t(t SUit l.i orator In i'.ntUlt. Mr. Jiiimcm contract work, ruloji.tdl an amendment fixtures Jiistaljtd. Tlio old itrJ.on. now tween these two jirlces nviy consldiH- - Instance a freak story iwas clrc.ulatad whit! they wcrestarchtiu for hlni m the fr itintly mentioned iimon lneorpontlns for about tho sliaft, a year ago to ithe eCfoftt the llukson plmi for a grlmand allent in mento of antaboll-u- themselves lucky, as thp "waiter that h is cluive of liorsij stealing It may have to talto consld-earbl- y that its material was rotting. ,Thls li better prlc-os-" lieiiPKra.'! Ui Vujlil!iton a a llkeh ereitkm of a nitloml council for . davy, wilt b lejialnsl and the iiprelii4idc-d-, tlio ili'HHanili I. If tliiTf lej ln the long run take the tip bel gained the most otenivo raro,den!. chairman of the fene. and provldeil the uradts machinery which was uleiiuate will Jif iimIi violent e. hi the of wtldtt """ f,M" n itloimJ convention your Stories were printed by practically every Clark w 111 admiral and Ice - In tho d.ijs of 'Gt will be substituted In splto of the small yield last prevails In this vit ' evdtemeiit still for the coinprobibl', be pUuvl In noin'n-xtfoto boa large crop of old aoyl newspaper In the country anul thoro bj elt! mnnder.s-ln-chk- f ectutpment. mul second oftkcus u for more Not until the arrival of tin- - 'funeril - nator Hold, of decaying bloclvs ,wcre tshown. It of comm.inil rtsrH)tlvel.v Ju the Atlantic box" with thi- body of officer Kiwson mil tr Somitiir Mojii or Here fifty jinrs no plontri' bulbljil on liand, and ithb in a wa Is a ibugiboo and Hailflc fleets w(hll.. thty hold such and devttoHsl Into tho carHi and thrived to the new market. Mt. Sterling tiff'eer Hell :it 3 n't lock (lib morning Missouri Off was claimed by some seolusist that thn poor uuallty of material with whlcjh Uio IM the alt tolls of the shooting hticimi. ciimm.uids. on Uuf fruits of their labors'. At tint zetto. walls ot the monument aio filteri won time it was thought Ui.it Ainlrfn J.noun, iiml tin n tlu'y wiro given hv KENTUCKY w is The committee fluffs ,ttie term of all TO HAVE going to bring about the iie,.tructton of hv to become the most thriving DYNAMITE off er Hell, who was stinotunloii etilNtid mn of th" niu.v at four e.ir", FAILS the bul'dlng. Ho el.utnied that this fillJih) lins iiml lautloiuil not to ox Tt with provision!, fur voluntar) ete4islon town In Western Jveiittick). in the dajs er was nvttlng and cuuss.il tho decay of POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS servlci , niithorlsies tlie Sitretni) to buv follow hu; the sale of Crcvn river to a hi!-- . If too liiiich.owlug to hl ue-iTO BRING THE RAIN the outer walls. Ho went eo far 03 to on Itloii. war mat) rial nbroul In any emereny. navigation comji.in, lninpoi tatlon Jltfl point out tho decay Inn places. Then! waa O lur Jniwsiui wns shot six itliiieM n mil provlibs for the mllllon-iloll-round ciuUUm presented themselves. The navia vast deal of newtpaper talk about tlio lib iuis.ill.nit The shots look effect In Many Offices, in' Ohio County the world wlreltwH Mjsteni, whlili the gation octopus strethceil out lt jUie story wd the right thigh, the right Milo of the tentacles ujul the Aliilria cipltil-N- t, Texas Citizens Are Unable To matter but after a wlillo llotio thrtw out of tho bill. forgoAten, laid on tlie shelf with all .with no oth- -r ah loiit-n- , th" breast, Uio rl;ht mIioiiMt resourco itf hand, will be tOpened On Tin J!,"),!"i provWon for n grout Produce Showers By tlio other freak tales. The monument thti 'lulit mtn mill In the leCt fhlo of the wlr less station atcm Is dtvln.itid to fell an easy victim to Its mnaeln-clawstill atanels. July 1. muj .Slowly but sure Uh beas,t of optin the lat luillot iiiii.kIii,-ujfrtiinpioilde dlrci t control of the American Explosions. Tlien when Charlie Street, a baseball pression bean to tighten lt hold until JiiiU'UUiik tlio officer bnilti. uiv,il vessels from player, wanted to prpve how Uever ho JI'l! w.is .shot three tlnios. twice In lb rlp. Then c.int "thrnttKli all proliable split ties of It ha,J, secured a Juno 3 An ' order at patching- - the emblem JUht .triii iiml oikmi In tin; n,li lotu- - n, W".ihlivUn. uf WlclUta Vails, Tev.., June S. AUIioiigh was the nbindonniieiit of tlio hlir action." .mil to maintain iLr cl itrout. to.l,iy for th" e.stabHlunent was It b now thought liu wilt lovn-- r imt with the lnsu'ar possessions The Klunt matWner; , was ntoapril on cloudy pkles and occasional flashes of Id profession he picked out the savin.';' lUuiks n l of the following iinleas ioiiiillo.itlons vit iy. the inonilni; of Novemjier 22, 1K;. und lightning followed tho endeavor of iWluh- - Invton Monument as tlie prqper otruo-tumil Alisk i despite the possible Kentuk. m e new bank will be im tUiMiruutlon if cildes. It l.s failure to tlb day the Jium of jivichltiery has Ita Palls to "make rain" liy exiplodln. II K.1I1I Jie. Iuhfui iml fln r lb to Immortalize lib achievement. reanlel - AVoiVt-lllJl.iivs Mturtnl In pursuit of lilack-"liur- oiienml t,i lb,, public fn July heard mid nut a wheel by tlio Navy Dqurtmetit as vltnl to na- not has ti.u.0 iwunib of dynamite, ithelr (work so Streut snt a confederate to tlie top ArllnKton, Auburn, llirlnu, I'.lnl'J- of the monument, had him tot a iba5 Mi and nin their .irrhal on turned clnco the day It stopptfl, and far Is wltluout result j , tional dftnse. llle. Hlrmlnv'iiim, i:ki kfonl. Hrtnd Jmll mi sMi, II ball out ono of tho windows five hun,.ft in, in, ititiun-iii1'ree admLssUin of w.ar m itorLil frail In after years It fell apart and rated The skies o.re cloudy, tout the clouds iv ito I tlweiwhoro. In ruins. aro fleecy and slve no promtso of rain. dred feet In the air. He oaugiit thn II" tiuil liwsin b. rii. C.iliirt Cltj. C.irnilll was urjjul by thu lAdmlnbtra- Dlliul'e. almivl i.iiUilm il ii p,hU.lf .mil jmnUmujI tiie r t'olumbun, Croftnn, Cromwell. liven If rain falls there, iwlll be a ball and tho old monument enjoyed a With the coinlns of sununeir new Uf" Hon, not bucuuse un suali mrclutes season of publicity. Jiunie. After thij IkkI firrlnl .it th I)iinmii. K.iru fium. PunbtllN, now are contempt tttxl, but besiu.He the h.m Kiiriwu, into iixlertence und the ivvlld doubi as to whether dynamite caused short tllenilein, HobUn I'ojul. Jlius.n, liiinVi e.unp, where tlu thought t!ilr It, for there nivms to leavie.tcon a on- somebody At a still remoter lieriod lUin: iuvv mon.iroh of pill tliy Naiv Department might be forced to o lkinllii jsjirinK, Hiwn, JrluKton. m in w.i.s in' Jil,lln.ur thc a-n nj-- s have to make way for theinmrk 'ral change Jn weather condltlotijS owr ohooso the Washington jnonument bu abrwd In ,'iiurReni.. Kirkrn.inillle, Klrki, Kiitl;iHa. nutlc (iCfirch Wlillo Uuy wnie Htiiml the North Texas. At McKlnley, 100 anll.v the only proper medium to The House bill would ,mike It Im of progrejw and renewed aitlviMe. I.ewMnir, iA'wIsju.rt ,!.lv-rJmi; JKtir eiuji othe.r IlLickburtn Gen. Don Car-JeBuell, of Civil War southeast of liere, a ruoei showier fell truth of the saying that a cat has nine ntnwi' ' loaslble for the Government to .procure from btliliul it trie with .in automate more, hoielacevllle, I.Jimillle, Mllburu, powder If the Cloverumtnt fame, was m uiager of the va-s-t estate The tempera,ture here idroppod about llvej. A feline ln the prime cf life wan footory it l'l?s.nit Ind'an Head, Md., in ijilitr lunil iind for a number of otirs. ile romaJnmt .it 10 degrees lower tlian It Ji.1,3 ibeen dur- selected for tho test, takento the top flrltu. (of- Mor.inUiwn, Moscow Nobti, should be dbableJ, ficer Piwi-oi- i of tho shaft and dropped from ono of HV full iwltli tho flrdt mIii.s. Illdse, J'ooN, llnekport, SaJcni, yiaut;li-ttmlll- e FurAlrdrla lontj jeaw after It haJ is.i.ne ing the post few hot etry days. mul Uic istnate conunttteo corrected Tllln- - Utlo.i. Vail?.-- . Water Ho xLirtivl tow.inl tin- - ilasitriiiln. M'l.'ti deserte-dHis vltath occurred thetv In thermore, the wind changed ito tlio windows. The cajt followed ithe llnea of this. a woimi,!! n ltho ulrloiuei, White rialn, WhlttwiUle. Wltwo. WoivJ. The ,viproprlat!on.s lie IS9S. east, a direction from which It Is pro- the structure all the way to the ground applifor mine iinj startnl rnnn.'i further bur. Alrdrla, novv famous over the entire verbial that rain comes hi this sec- On alighting It got to its Ceat, walked ances coiitcniplattd rean lncivuslnir Jnlo the wimhIm. the wind stays in the a few steps and laid down and expired serve supjily of mines as a lesson draw a South, won (stablUshed by n, company of tion, provided N;w P. M. for Hartford. Hell ki)h he tin n wV4it his folhi Scottlsli capitalists in 1SV. fThtve men east lorg enough, liven the enthusi Its back was ibrokenj from Uie Japanese-Russia- n lonfillnit. Wiusliliiirton announce t,he i1Jii itcJif officer mul flintliM life etlir:t, cllmbi.l had been attracteel by the lurid wird asts jwho are paid to have taken rubThese are Instances of wjhat sort of I'totUlon for President TaSVp Tariff Into tlio Iiukio anil utartol for the appointment of Air. It. J!. Mart In I'ast Hoard woa aloist anecdotes tho Washington monument b ellinliu.td In tho Sundty picture of tlie beauty of weilth of tho ber boots and learoHt X.irm lioune, which njs t,hr c Master for Hartford ito isucoenl illou. Civil Appropriation will not piling up as adjuncts to itho atony of ttn 111 ua reporttl to then partially aettletl state of Kentucky with taem while dynamiting jtillrv nway. lint falntsl anil rll from M. U. Jlivivrln. nluw term e,pUnlupVist thu Holu" .today. The annual aiipro. and by th description of the hilltop assort that the oxjiloslia clungefl the life, and there are older atorias rwhUl ny March. TJui appoliilinojit aa hoUl JJie biiKi. temperature. Tncre Is no jiruspec4 are nearly unclcnjt enough to be labelled prUtlon of lu.uoo for for (the Presidents upon whlth tho city was Mtarteii. Sheriff Kramer, who u is at the hon.f Smiitor llradley jHndlnff "the J'nisUlen- nvJIit be repeatel legunds. Many of tho old, houses anil that the dynamiting pena.'S was aliened, but the travellnK vt Honur Voting, the tKiireMt rewliloiit, two (week.i of dry Tho obolbk. Itailf, wtos 0ull,t In tw' but most of tJvn There have been total appraprLitioii wnj nut to a IltUo buildings renialn, lifnr-- l the fhotn it it tl ntartenl linninl t'i-- , have rotted tiway elurlne he fllsht of weather all over North Texas. Some sections. A historical society built tho Jltr.,OwMM), more Uian iiiaklin; heavy ncint", but finiiiil Off her II ill tiiMsn one suffering of the crops u little; first part and Mien ran out of funds reductions In provblAna for the Panama yeurs. M'Io u ami the boil) of IViwjion. Tlio others, particularly evittou, liavn flour- - Work stopped for a long it! mo and then public buildings ,unil ot,hor pi Canal, . officer' uwilurfS Jmil not len flre-l- . 1EAVER DAM , tslied. tlie government appropriated money for Jects. Mr. Hdgar Vaughn, of AdaJrvlUe.spent Jsherlff Krunier thon notlfleil the Owens. the completion of .the sluift. 1'roni thn Kxtruvas-anc- o wua cliarod In the the first of list week vUltln-,- - a friend bono officials, mul tho Spoiicer Cnun'y Inside may be seen .b'ocks of all .shaptvi building of tlio 1'an.un.i Canal iiml the Passes to Great Beyond. ( In town. Coroner. caiumlttes) allow cd there only $J,Sii.- Mr. .S. K. Duka dteU at lib home In and sizes beating Inscriptions tin all LaI He Sir. J. C. Taj lew returmvl from muni! r hehl mi Uiiile.st the On), u reduction fiAm tlie ttlniato of Haitford early last Saturdy afternoon, nguages, the gifts of foreign tuitions, state college Saturday. Iiwson'i boil) iiml urrlwvl .it .1 tenllct 1G,7!0,OUO. and Individuals. mid also uvule a .leduulon after a lotu; Hlnoso. JIo 1 ad been In n Mr. Oscar WlUb, of Caneyvllle, visited that lie i .11110 to deitli by hIloIj One of these, about w hlcli iclmgs fiti Inuf JlW.tx'u hi tho .lUpiul'i Utlon for vi ry bad condition tor some time, mid It r, fiom tho iiiiijMr hb of tieor'a Jll.u'k. Mrs. Pal T. Wlllb, Sumhi- teresting title, was donated by the iPopo was remarkable how lone; ho survlvud. Mr. Clellon l'lener mul vvlfo visited burn. ApiopiUtlons for public liiiiuiln? I'uncral si'rvices Were hold Sunday min- ot Homo and Liter levst. ThLs was a bi)il Ml. I'lener's father The of IkiiWHun was hrotii,ht to and Sun-Jiluek vwlghlng 11 it on or nno ing at V o'clock at Uio family "lesldemu Wiro cut ftoiu iipprulmattly f.'t.Sno,(iuti Owo'isJhiio ly. mul jin purisl for liiirl.il 11 which was to Jiave in to $s,eJJ.517. unci comlucted by Itev. T. V. Jjolner. luMiss Iiuhi Sliult., of Uio Ills wife mul iluiuthUr Juno bean pros. Prentl" ,wa. voiy promlmvit place. The ttono te nient followed at OaKwoad cviuctcry' The President's tr.ivclln i,pen's mKhboihooel, siviit thu week rnd la tr.itul with Kilef. The uffli-i- r was one an1 Mr. Duko iliaul been a meinU r uf tlie ilellvoresl to the iiioniitnent wiro allowed onl' ufter a blttm flslit In town. or the itiimi Jiii'inliti m of tho jxillc) thero feir some tlute. .Wliat hecamo vvlitoh n sufficient mintlm- - of Uomiviats Methodist chuith since 1V0O and wjus 61 won ono of We heard that another wodilliw would force, iiliil the br.ivoJt Jolneil with Hepuhlktiu members to In ycai3nnd ono montli old, and only about of It Ls a myistery. TJ10 impo iwnt no otli happen In this town noon. Wo don t offlms yiiAor on the foice. lie ww til suro .thu apjirnpilatlon icinaliilnt,' In Ui two inontlu lib wife, Mrs. Ma,ry A. or b'ock. know thin Is true. jo.nu (km mul Is Hiirlul by his wife, te 80 thu vwultji uf Ugand, itale and bill. Duke passed uwuy. Ho Iojiviw two Miss I.lllluu l'nttciou, of Pinntb, vis. HON', it. 11. MARTIN, one l.uij.hti.i anil one kuii, IiohUIos lib about the Washington nionuniiont Tho eonimltlee alluvvinl M.v.srci. It. K. Duke tiud ltothel Du.ie. a Itisl Mr. fl 0UO ji.uent.s and a biothei. mul Mrs. J. S. Uentry tlal Con4iittons mid the ujilnUiwnt tills Incroaseis, unci juolubly .will Increviso portrult of tho I'resUlmt and voted eef. the forinor lieltig half owner of The now ko.is lo Mi. MaitJn, who livl tho JJj.lKJU 1 to oontlnue being commoted long as thu shaft st.uub. ib "ionimy and tlie latter L. and N. Earnings. Mbs Mra Klenor Is Hpmdlng a week fltiit for Taft In Ohio ciiuuty )efoio tho bo.ind," wihlth U Inriulrhu; Into business with thu meciluinlcal eV'lartmeiit, oini HosVni, Juno . A forociisiof l.oulsilllo County Convention In April. iMr. Mar. with trar brother, Mr. CUItoa Filenor daughter, MUs Gladys Duko; onu broth- Ad in The' Republican brought methods of thu Clovei nnietit. near Uit;nnsjtort. ii NuaIkIIIii ear by dho KlnimUil Nowh tin b a KiHul jiarty juin, mul cinuic4ieut 1 nsfusod, however, er, Mr, John Duke, and two slxters, Mrs. to apprnpililo Results. toiluy mllm.itisl Unit tlio mad jwlll iii-- n Mrs. Putuii, of Koekport. vbltivitMr In tviery way for tlio jxvitloui lib IJO.OO) for ooiitluuunuo of th9 lutein James T. Mooiv and Mtv. ,Mlt CumUs, IS jut unit, on Uh too.ooo.iniO over of CondiiU of the officii will no ftoubt bo and J. 1'. C,isebler Afuutl i . Juno 3, 1912.. OlaUm. Ky Watirvvuja Canunbslon. Mf, I. I). Chick returned from u bus. Stock duilin; tho cut rent dm nl 0,11, Tlu eutltely to tho pations of Hartford llepuhllcaii. Bob Thomas Has Scrap with Re Inoss trTp out West List week. will "tiioik iluiln' tho euiftiiit flisvU itir. Tim the office. Tlio ne.w Pint Master Hartford. Ivy. BoyScouts to Help for Sane Fourth Mns. Hurry Monroe and family to.,vtli- - probably lake iliurne Jul 1st, Mharp inert iiko In euiulius, se porter. Dear find enoleuod hoclc luve Now Vork, Juno S. Tho camivalen for k'ouo tt Ijcbanon, Ten., to spend the Washington, 1ltll tlie lllIKO piOftt Jlllll lOSM BIllplltH, Juno i. Unpixis iitutlvo to beilauee my account for my Hospital is PlaiMd. which wan titer fll.Coo.ouu lint jivir, ai n tuifo nnil wins Kouith of July Is to be tw minor.' In Thu Hepubllcan. "Hob" Thomas, of tho IVJrd dUtrlot ot IIopUiiHvllltf, tn II i a connection. Ali II Miss Hlla McKtMinej entertalmsl Mon- Kentucky, and Jewel eh Amiln, u reirter. I have sold forty-011- 0 oltnilflciint taken up tliroiiuhuuT the country this K., Juno S. Several wittirwn of (. iimntli, of thU city Jiavo nomjilcttd I an year by the Hoy Scouts the urtiiiulKutlon. day evening at "Ho,ok.'' After seven pime engaged In a ftalit in u corridor of tho this season. .My Indian liiinner dupii't yn n very nulbfac,tory TipcraHn;; Iikoiuh Incntdkliii; over (Jn,. iirraiiK'meiit for kHIiu: lloptchisvlUe n limployes of tho rtussell .Sago Foutidatlo refreshments vyeiw atrvl. Kvery ono Houso office building Tucslay over a uiv still laying well, having W1 in tXK), as iv)iiii;u ed with April, I'll, wlilhi luodfjii liospltal, Honietliltu; wlileli it has huvo prcpartsl for tho aloy Scouts u ta- miHirts a nlco time. Thfi preseint vvero nowisjiaivr Htpry which Thomas claimed May SOS eggs, wltli only. 13 laying ducks. li brlel: ble of statistics ahowlmr tho value to Misses Mary Stewart, Nell Plurwiier f was Inaccurate and mbreprenented htm. TJ10 lust thro) tnqntln tliey ha,vo lu'd lvif inresleil. A laruo for tlio tin mouths It wad I inter liioome nvsldciwe, tint la adapted tor such uo, the boys of this country of ra Kite and Hfflo AlforI, Anna Himes, llutii iflrav. Annln'is frleivls sofvirated tho two mea Kl eggs. Yours resinctfully, over II.UOO.OJU. i:tlniutln nil tlio lias Imvii leaved. Dona Qulim. Messsirs. Hurvey D. Plum- - befuro much dpmatjo was done. MHS. C. A. WILSON tuno I'ourlli. .and doductlnK fixed charges for 1 -r on ehf-linoml-nenc- es 'lain-dro, h- w 11 Colonel Itoosevnlt d clnred going to surprLs. the T'ift loaders wlio hnio bsen bowling tint they will eon-tnof tlio ChUuo convention "I think wu wl'l mirry our prosr-m- i through," Jie sail, "c n tit il'fitlni? their plan to fleet J'wit as temporary clialrmiin " il mer, Jlomer Ifazeiipp, rrank Hrne1, Herton Alible, Ar.'.b i'lumtner. Wavy I.Iloi nnl Dr. KI"ner Mbs Mao Hlr returnel front Hoiii h ifjrovo where sho ha ben teiehlrur nui- sic Monday, (Viompinled by hnr sister, Nnll, vvdio has been vIslDln-- f iier at tint plar e Mr. Herbert Humnnifo lias jrmj to ner.shurK, Tenn , to loeate His family will coon follow. Drs. W, T. MulCennnynnil OscirPleui.r attended tho Kentucky Dtsvtal meotlm,-l- n IaiuIsvUIo Vnt woek. Erected Washington Dies 88 Years Old. Which Cling to Re- to Reminiscences Largest Crop of Grass Seed. Marble Shaft Are pr t.onlzil rt Nifn-irei- Iki m b-- I n sev-m- s pihato-gra,pli- rf - m n-- tr bolol-Uilr.s- ty ls AVo-s- (sv-ta- re lf er n, e. n i, n-- C I're-diinl- .i, lll .ui -- Nel-lll- I.if-iM-tt- . tit -- . niell lV'.u-'khiii- , "sou-wester- ohr -- o-- 11,1m Ib iHm HiiHHBlMraK '"'ViiiiiHflo sb-te- d n ilnst-rti- yl -- io nn-do- ar vv .i nejillu ilr. slr:-rPlea- advui-tUeuu- nt two-sto- ry a ""W"? -- MI'IM iiiifjMHii'BMnniiniT a L is linn miiwuiiiin t 'iihiim tun in li !! III I m naiwwIiB mi IL.UW l.ilDM Tttt if iTryT J rtiTnrr I X-1 -L --" KvlTT'nITK -. T2T ,4.WAIlkVS " 7T r PIONEER BIRD MAN CLAIMEDJJY DEATH try oat tholr Invention out of rar of f M.ri of tii end f d inidilne wa National Committee Expected to As High School Boys He and His Knrs". an-- l b"''1 s ( t .ur th roa brothers wmALlOIIUk .1 PiH Begin Work on Contests Brother Dreamed of Flights hobnol.Mnu" T'n n th ANcgolaWcPivpani) mkls j '"i k'n paernm nt binjlrt a June 6. UtiU'il Mtm Through the Air. 5i1aiiaiiU!,i!cfiwiiiiiiiBo;iiSi (ingiliv'Sioaiadu jitJDirtcurf tti few yonw ojneo muehln- -. ami Jn thn th lnouitry Iih rovvn to ii h Wartrfmrton. 1. f'.. June l.Today t'i' 1M -- Wilbur Wrls-h- t Wwe ftropnrtlono tint tl. fder,il .HyJUin, O , JI.iv malniuln a paelul lmrni lo Iliw.oelt nnd ,tlic Tntt llsnten.rits Tlr-world, illcl here it avtutor of the PromofcsDislionhrnir tatltlr.s on tnanufaeturiv. and .stnuk their tent preparatory to cbanu;-li3:Mi a. in. Tins man who with hl broth-i- r, sjither UiHr eiunii'njf tftoumLs (o ctilciuo. nossnmUl;s!.Coi3Lisnaarr - uxjioiii and psrf.ftInvented orvllle. 0jii uni .Muqilune nor Mineral. Wilbur wn? Imni Jn lIU1v!l. ItvJ.. In "A day' march miirer home,'' as "W xl tho first MiecuHsftU m li5T. He wa- - iloent d In hlrti .Imoi of th in ttredly put It to lay us a U MiSwiilr fljri.iut nvwhlno stiocuinbod a hymn mine to hl.s mind. lyiihM ffevtr after n battle ior life In 1U sxtlon, but deUiad to iiynnd Me l nld he hurry t?tnutor Jis.jh JI. DKon, uliUf of th eolle... thai lasted fur wecl. Jitqa .fit" Iloos.wtjt forcw, Orni'by MeH.ir-- . tv vor m.trrle1. Tho ml mine ofbr one of the most to "mil work." Wilbur eliai-veyMc.ti-.with tont. t dutlesj 0u.ir Klnf risiuixkable drinKles ajnlnst the AweSerl 2o- st)avi, lova! writer mi l.oh.Uf of Hi Apiw'- Unit physicians lnu cvnr known, Hartford Druggists P.sjirl LilMxrJtSh Colon. 1 nnd alt tli-- 11 .st of the chief and llrr.tr- .thlrty-- l hour more tli.in l:'u, Deserves Praise. c'ur dtrriiitf Arltr luad-itmof the Koosevelt l0iynv llirr. temperature Iicul stood WrtehtVi Ohio fount j ti'iiR fomrsinv J jutvc-- s will leave for Clikaso tomortov lil prats-- ) from Hartford 101 ami l') .decrees, vill iorJe for latn-duri- n Representative Wllll-iMcKlni-y- . Apcrfcf I Remedy forCOTMiju il. W le and ritftplr.itlim was butween I ion . Sour Siomclt.nhntoa here the ilmpl iiucktliorn lurk Mr. T.iftV flald enjitaln, John MverMian. :iro VormsrwMilsiiins.r"w?ns!i ills juls. iivcraascd II1). Stimulant- - anil Klvoerln.3 mixture, known a Adler-I- ulilcf. Hoy T. Vernon, "m.uii-r-l- n sure usorud to ami for the kw! ihrv; Ik'i. This slmpl- - German remudy tlrit ness eilltor," Jolin I. Hun, ainl da lns have boon lued freely. After be'ume famous by ourlns apj)ndleltls nlifht assistant editor, nnd the ret of FacSinnls' Sijnaitr i irtiilnlKlit WrlBht lcan to "Ink ripluiy. and it lia now leen dlseovetxsl that a ir.ee, v. the "hlsher c!ei;r-e- " of the Tuft fori ss 3I.Vpulse row weaker and lie fallel SIN'GI.H I'USK rell-vc; jur stomiw'i. will leave for the convciitlou city at Uu NEW Y0RK. ta r4sstnl to stimulants. ua- - on Vie stonvieh and constipation time of out their rivals' deixirture, rm.s.ly ptsliai.ly the vaiiu tialn will not .irry Wnslls'.'s bedside were hl fatli.r. INSTANTLY. It U fie only Ai Wrl-th- t, MHtnn his sts'.-- r whlcli never fait j. Jlihoj both. r JCtitljcrln"; his brother and It Is now well known that n t jnr.' Thy mnmN't-.- of the lio.'Ue forces ir.' 0 itiaranlr Wriifht, and inl I in en tor. Orvillo Finds Money Made in 1810. tenr-- brotheiillko when Uiej m.jt. Wltni.i'iiW than 0110 case of rh"imitlsm AVrlsht, yuuiwer unil Keuchtln 1. Kv . un- -l William a meetlns on th avivues between the iiilis any internal Trinkfort. w'ntev' Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC Cf 1TAU COMMIT, fICW VOA ClT. was Turner, a Woodfo'd t.o .nty Nj-r- o, ones no Umuxltt wxmld loim-tha- t All that Is needed Is a fr.e applliMitlon 1.t.Xi:.-i.-. MIS hnre today v. ltd som s.nnp.. of the sll for tvvolve Iioai s a day for two of Chambi rlalu's l.lnlun.nt nnd massu;-- ! IV. Conklln vv.w In atten lnnce when ver eolns he had plowed up iti a field month they Is? euu:nj,il In In the cart at e ich iipplieatlo-- i Trv have e how iiuii lly It wll' rell jrliot and ipiury wlirapnel It und tlio tnil came. Wilbur Wright's Illness a fw day.s .i'.i. II- 'vad some pnsll flrinc d btjwi (i little iivire tliun three week" dollars and som L'nlted states half dol at one nnullicr at "hort raiiKe. The the Kiln and m iriMc-ss- . iioltl bv ,J rtw rapidly wars", and hi lars inad.s In 1510. all of them wH csmntrv uku. lie whk'h luus i.vul Uie bauiih:n ers. aw If they hid b"n buri-s- l soon contrtbiuloivs of Uie able wrltor.s of U jth tv;iv!tltui within a critical became Why Loose Shoes Make Your' will GUARANTEE you n ponttlon Ir you sides probably auk after lit- - h ul bf-- attackwl by after Uk y were i oine.1 ihat theiv n -- r Wo neoil iimny inoro Tunur ays tin ro was a trace of rot- can be a coiiiIhe together In n conini in Orvillo Wilsht, brother Uio jJiakuly. w at onco to uupply tho unonnoun ileiimnil Feet Hurt. for our irraduatoa. As toon at) wo trot tho required of the Inventor, who was in Washing- ten wool aK.at Uie o'us wlieti lie ploy caiw of in who ill ive at times juof- rr il In an aitUle on .s. nsibp. sh... s m t' uumlxjrofatuitentis ttilii offer will lx withdrawn. 80 ed tliem up, "hovvln that they bad b..n to use tli- - lie dlrw.it to the retort comt- - j Jlay Womnn's I loin tuklnif-uton wrtto ut onco for pArticulard. with tpivernnient omp ini .1 t'i some mutter in voniioutliui with burled in a unoilon !wx, whkh had ni- - eous. All tlilivvs aie u n jwy author pl'-s of sljver tn till. politics. Tin 10 inuj ytt tin sovernwent's use of the AVrlsht tod. le found coll" ni'd iiersons out of t. n si ff.-hero belns n nines, wus sfiiuuuincd home, ii'iariir.', lUf dol- but l"li.r It conn s Hi. n Will - til. erueUiUiiK at one tlm- - or mot'i lars nml .Spanish dollars In the lot. ly after ho urrlicd c.uiKutrums , luttle of Ch'svao. with their feet. A sliiele oin 10 .n hnsbeonoffuml W for one vt Uio The Kepuhllian N'atioiml Coiiinilitee tlirm a eraiu of nitul. 111 tak. a'l t HOiit Jo foreign nountilcM which the InCOLLEGE SCUHrtl.4TKl r.vre and Is called lu mi-aj- - Isle half doll u.s, a.s ,they ur W. HCHVVAMT7. ventor luul ovp'ctisl soon ti visit, t!i on June 4. At 'snap' and vitality rluht out of voi rHtcipt n.TAnLtiir.n mm r.OUI.SVirrl ICY. II would Jr.m Unit lin.s"Hlo to valuali'.e. but he dxiUnid to .sjll. Koosevelt hoatlnuuiUi.s herw It Is ai!d "Two thlnls of modern fool t. ul!- s initke tlio tilp fin- - some days, fl'hen T, on I'riday luoriilujr, June are due to the fact that almost e r Tliore Ls more Catarrh In tliN suction that for tliu flr.st tlniv It wsis Known Unit of Ui eoiinUy ooinmlttee will lnjln Its woik by itakhi one man, woman, and child irs .than al other iHmj Vllbur' tiiiulltlon u "licit ii tj sive up the contest affecting THE the deleinii.s shoe too loos... The hoe ltsIj u iv put ti.jeiin r.and untu uie nlst r ears aLirm. ar.-i! SEWING .11 "Full ot Life" Noithetn Cnr collect n,s to .size and shale. but J ' huiir(.rul to bo lucurabl'. l'ot a from the Mate of Alabama. It Imd i liKircd Seeils Inve 1 irputatiun ul tS)rattac th lVr:-.'li- t MACHINE l su ralllrtl after itlio first .slriktns snat m.iny yours divjtons promuneeil It tho itrht Unit certiiin jirellmlnarli.s ve mid not fastened tliiht .it the onl 01 srrd sruuini; belaud lucra. it iut tw p ant Ire iritt OF sjicill. ami hi on mi rul vitality mule a loon! dls"ae and pieitlled local 1'ei.l- - ensjase ,the attention of tho loimnln oj control: nanielj, the Instep. beawnablc Sit!iltlfs QUALITY. so that iu.tual work on tin oont sis HUANS "WJien oii fct jour foot aiH.n t'i U.o jhyskians lioix- - that he mlulit y fulUnj to cure idlas, mid ,y F.ir' est Valrnline . . 5tvjrtu!ifl would not until .Monda.v in n- flivtr or p iveinent In the a t of whIKim Krito;ee . . ItiHiishcI Ilo uroosdl lilnw If .siiffioi'nt'y with local treatment, pronounced It Mm .jil New MtuiRlrit Citreii ro.1 . Jirolluilic! June 10. but Uoosevelt men h in the altw adliei.!) and If It b- is. in ir y that h would tim w.jII, and a dwell Imp Ki.lnc) Wa Ji o Kuslirl Mn-ha- - pioun .itiarrli to lai. NOT IVlMs New Wlitr . . l s lluihrt a to feul iWiat th matters must ! fast. nii ov r the lustnp, the f.Y p is'i s KElmly thin 'i uslnst aili, a a ousUtullontU tr jatment. tlalt Cumc' Kuit Prool Wax . j- sj lluihcl SOLD utul tlieis Is no Inllm-itloi- i fiom Taft down Into the to of the sliot At e flKlrtlntl uj;Int uImiua OCAS. . Cure, nianafat lured hy F. .1. Chen UNDER IV-- a Harly Aliski . 5i j Iliadiheailqaarti r that tlvrv will be am i'ii il"ln on the fo it tbl imuind "Inhlnx sjjll einixd and ey A Co., ToImIu, lilo. U tlia only ttevr Orailu. . . . , fs 1 liutlid ANY . llortiord s Mi Let C.a'd. a . imIIu1icI iitti'irnrt to caiuie .I.'laj-thrup dHjb 130 l)i. Conklln aimouttiod frli tlon Tin ih nfnls OTHER HuitbiM. s dire on tlte market. It I I xj.rfss j, i lluilid la to b s .lew of th" feet, th iracUiu.s little informa'lon t.tpu, etwLs. ,mH NAME. V'tt Uier w.i no 4mi. Wright sn) taken Int. really In Lettuce, Rtdiih, Tomato d a full line of from P dron S- - J .1 HuTi.s a" P mts .wcl had at In inner Knuiililtonn the kli buinau of the to s (lie Kr.i,t ind into a sUito r.illlod U u ti'AXilioonfi.l. It Mi dlmitb of cuiiiu, II - n.l (1.1 1 mj icie cat.ilni;u( or Kr 'wmuJ pdes. on iu unit list ul " t purcm the 11 .1 vtul ijuot .praev slightly and, though Ills fever ttr. very Uio islompjlj even WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. II lil.il and mucous ortact of the)-- WiiAhhiaton ax to will vxtu-- nature of tuo little toe joiatis, and i ... . Iruni lliecowrr sVive Monev. .1 be on the Uuk of the heft hUili, there sivinad a lly.lit clian'.'" tm. Tl"y off r on humlreil dullard for 'vldtme nhkh Wiiietoiln McntDiithUpnicr Ifvnu ptinhisot'i xi " noMi: j.nt will that he mu,iit r cnirer. any ea. it f.i'.'d to euro. - npl foi dr. behalf of the d depute contestants from, "Wlin th friction H us eau-.s- d ' eon havea llfeiissotatt pueeyi'i n, niilvill i the (Uffer. nt tate .mid The tlnui d hour after hour and WrfclifK nindltl.iii iwnln took a t'irn eu'tir-- s and aft r not have an end less cl amofr ,a n. ls.sBii.kbtt SI , KwtforJ StrJ Fira.1. BlforJ,Ul nUoriv . In Uu nl- liave prsiprl ilhel 1 day, one or more ot thii-- e sp.ui iu 1it thr. wn.st ilMiut mUniUL. II' AiWrejut: 1". J CHKMS & lO, To!- Quality hrli a n.ime v.likli lu Mini' iumvi Is most .sure to become lnflamvd and soie. sank Into imi'imv 1iu.'.ik,ms and during ilo. O'iI-liilrleiurlnK for home ot the do uiiibiiIs A sVaht tlili keiilmr. al.d a 'ealVmiii,' l -. Considered tho ilast few Iiouim was Itejit alive o.I sil i by all ill .,its are ot suait ienvth If hot substance. V. trlv fonnod. As tin. friction' ami presmir. tli in thrnusli stlnnil.uits. Tall" Mil's runl' P'.'i.s J, tonstlpa- it u the lf It .seems likely Uiat muiis .m an on, t'.e 1. suiting fiMou.s mav t Ithk mi mmilnif It wis s"'ii that tlio eml wis Hon. m Cheapest of Colonel iloosevolt will dh.iol a up unevMilv; tin n It Is lallul a ' 'ini ' " S not fur off and the vnlliv family uj.B""'1 rrninly obulnM In AllCuUli Its) t, (.1 WeubIA.il B.s.ruA iaiu part of Its viiershs I., atteiiipthu summoned. in the end THAT PAX. lrrHituriu lliuruuMr. .1 ,. .ll wcio in tli" mom when In Memory of Little BlonrJe'J. Ivilhrie an.nnip jjtx to .uevw. to piove Us i.i-- u on liehalt of 1lie tl.jle-su- t. tin i.. tutor iM'Hvfully jiisn1 avv.iv. Our I'aUir In His Infinite lJioleerilrlcli- f..r ware r.tH to buy. l. on itiraubilitr s fiom wore Tli.'i yrsrs- irmtiKs- - 8UR. eaA inri-atlof FOR FLETCHER'S Vrlhl vvlaloin to wise to err an too I .T?3"!!' wilnus-e- . nircrcwccs. toiurrrMuuu you w mtnNewiii!: machine, wrlio for pit.s. nt ut the .l'is.s,,.,n .. If .... , ruiiiiii,i4 iiiietut rn r is the .story of a nun who follow-vi- l to i. unjusi.luis (iille-- l fiom this world Mia. I our latest t'.ituIo,'iie betoreyoj purchase, m n s.jnt Miero foi ). purs ti'ie llijlit of his mid i of .sin and .sorrow tlio ibar ilttl- - l.ov coaventlo'i. Mgaqui , Tfi2 Nsrv Home Zimg Machine Co., pose uf takhU down the pine,sdln?s Mjss. the iiiK'hlno for ,inrii.t n Keep Your Friends. lube of Mr. and Mis, (.;uuio .nu.s, mi lu .shoitliand and of vmUilihU the . n t'tacii'jily thai stands out ainmi April 111. Me died with In an al title In the Muy Woman n of .State loiuiiillti-oiand Home Compiiiiiui ui the the wnuh'i.s if ci of invention i Mo was laid to iv,t .v, at Jit Apt eonilfiisatl ns u otlier.s liiler,t'il lu sivJn Unit H- iWUIHtr WllKht, vv'tli hLs hi other, Zlan burjiti ground about '.' o'Uoek.ii. m that tome .to those who live from t Jllsslsslpj l it "went iLrbt." Ireaniol of litilldlnif a th.it in the prosejus of a lare irovvd of irreat ivntets of lopulatlon th re an Is Mild oft. i's a p.u.tleiil.iily fin. e. imiilu wiuM d.ut tluoiijjh ithu air with thj fr!.'iids. iiu,. Mat Ion Mmhiy and pears the follow Inu: .soiuul uilviei Bl'CKBEE'S BULBS SLCCLCDI ' hj.iKiU ol a haul;, that wotiH dnf.v the llio. Nttter Jlllb-- t Jield .s rviois at tho of tile way Uiat things uiedon. hi Slut1 Ladies! ave Money and Keep in1 a "We are Idly iiallnd to think SPECIAL OFFER'. win re tin 10 l.s no Hi publican p.irly real fill ndship, tliat would tr.iiisfmm the art of Style by Reading McCall'i ' Made to balld .New lUsliir-- .. onti. In uim, otw .t to A' ' trial will maka w.irfa'u and i.aolutliml.o nielliods of Wo will si) to Uio jnfonts .uul .siuii I. wolitliy of the lulu. At e.yli of Ul'J Miirvlv" of Its own vltallt, but, 11L1" ' oi u ifrnutinit ru. ' ' tmuef. KttUf Action ine.ranlii.si npvnur ' Magazine and Using McCall Patterns raoney ref untie.!. trani.jr,ttitlon. In tin. nine yttirx tint ptients, that wlille v.'- - mourn Uie loss of litiii!iiurt( s lu W11sl1lnst1.il It Is x.il.l lull li'iilltj lu this Win III, fiom ,1 -. .1. McCiHi ' rn1lsrllnnncSok.Sun.Unl.. H.i.ili.vtlll Thu slip folliit-- d thill Mueensful t .st at little Mlonilel, wo Imv III Mll.mlsslou to "Uiir Jllssl-.s- li p uui. s jieifoit KCAILS MACA2IME lit Ip you diesH to a limn. in H.iul ilirJ.W"iu l4sttilai tw.! iirtM lltTlJi, r,bf llfsV Iy. need nurture boiiiavi. niutiiu I Id? XatI0n.1l I'onunlttue must do I ieii tvoiK iiu. Dvnii nvst, iin.rrtini iru. j' iijra iiioileialu N. ('., they have hen Mis holy will who iliMtliuil Uilius Kltt.. Maw I;, RkbuKMilua. SnuwJr n.lrotii ChtiBniiia. inmub. Ii.,.tn sjiinks eiy .stoinful J of expense Ucvpliu Wrwia T)lp, parrot Tulip. VwrftU4 Poti Ir fUMitu. of pUKIn-- r out the Imp ft utloioi In one tlidir .uropl ines dilvin mole t lion two Ilo foiuiile-- s Illio tin. iiuiniliu', In lAtah UrkiiuU. flLM TttllD. UlklLt. Inack. lUtBtVA ). a po ..Ml on 1, in those vvhii fanc.v the) daie .in,n i ' t flslllllllX III ens', ur the nther. nl!iH TO PLKAHK tniilit Into Mi.tee. hmo lnurd pildo unuyeil, but lum: . m nlK'it Im'i '. d lul. M as tin are to tli Ir friends ) r Write (U'AU.UtrKElI' Mention tit it Paper I " It has been iipp-nt llwiv lur Mime your 'i il IifitH i. 'In! tt ili of their jiiii. .Inln'.s th ,.' nit dow u it '!., all wltlieiHil ind il.sviv-fil.n'Ls', hu advls.il, vu tveie 8BNL) 2SrMrlta tM t.U.lU olUctlati CKNTS III e.i. h Issue. Also time Uiat UKou and iiLs Hull- tMlpMtMttilrsSsk.veal vvi.ln on tliulr way aelona the tsiull-'in- t, v .'nililo nil. .rin men jet iimiIii vie lio.. to t luloriiiiienl.' It l.s wivll w mth wiilh i thee, who! ttilN iMiuai isr wiiB 111 ma u lUirtisM. lkiinsitlVMl II b n I tenant.--. Jiavo been unit per 4 Ut IHKUiiUirouwviaiKi" iwti ile.ilir.-- und v tlio iivl liavo wntulied liitMit the d.iv ol llf Is Wed tli i, in Heaven tlio hlhiMt heei, th- - brlj.litost lid II J ills l.ul xa Comntmorfttloa r vattQoui, itmmiM t.u. eoiiceiiiln-.' sinve aiivlet liv out unit of live In i' j ir I V.i.i.J otfiuast nntleli.itlon iti a with Jov to l.'i'iiu vita l allrilo tmclill ifw(4 napir Ar (r4.afck iucu VstaJor t tine no ) .el tire, the Southutti contests Unit th.-- laborod IhoiuliLs, th Kt'iitKht att. iiUii;ih, lor 11 I eo p II i,i, Mill.' uc7Vsbi id j.o.uim1 i .uinf ill bU ri wu vvria q inr. liliilunu thruatenlnnly ttoll teals ale Mi d r an rw ca Vn Mi II t '. y or si'Ud filviiil. One shouM alw.is k tp miiii .. 1VA JHTfTrir a w '...-- Irt wipkicopy uud r In pit llmlnaiy we kn of tlio ovir iitv fllitlu;; must of a !anl wn-- i kilt W. DUCKD06 topii-EOCErOKD. ILL, liaiHiihoual a ntii.wn. in initiation Uioi.imp.'iUu, 11 IV of nun Nation !!:CtII !.! mi w 'leiiiOi' vm t ni 'kitlu vour ill f nili;ht "i-- i iukhii 'Is Ml Ulllt .VIIUI t llOllliU. tugl'thl r HllOll'i Ihivo Iim'ii heat III .'lOl.ll llltlll. II 11I11 mi ir I "' Il II Il II III I I'llTI st slmiilo tiioiuh. Th-- y have had vo ununy iiAi.. to il' Miiajtliui hy u Iminli tioiu -- . hi ,i not hiitldlo don n to the hoidld ul I 'i, rl'IfcM li ..i atm .issiiiaiif.. fnuu viiilous iMitsnf "1 South li-, , linu'liliie hilzliiK aloft. nil r ro of mil low (.paces. Hi nn' only 1t Will Cm Von Tun ti 511I1. r t lij.it votos foi Uie Colonel .ue to omu fii VVIk l dmtll MiKito WJIhur, In. und ., i.ln;.riieii ' t'i' js to jour tiltml. but he Inoad ' ,,. . For Infants and Children. in the tlt'xl Itallot fiom men who hue un.iLs biitllM' Mtlll WelO l(i ill l.uulllt," of outlook und ,1 wide view! TIIE f'tfUL lul I7. Y. Ine mind Z:i I. 245 ',V1 37 a St, htW MCI it ijiouc a cluiiiuo of inliul, und aoiiiu have iu Ul )V iiiint, U It- iJilof liiUr-- , Kind You Have Always Bough. V7 vico ami ulr to tin ive ,ln. "Hi ias..s luiime of iNslliiiitJ'.ii. i.ntn.l in the innMiiK of i! 'Until 111 life off. l.s us uolhlUsr '.s. . Boars tho Ah un ciilil In ttKVse dljspitihes somo n Miurv ilmt VMinld iHiouss iiut st bciiutllul ajt kiiI fileniWilp, pot OVER 63 YEARS' 'jignuturo tliiio u,'n the Colonel'M jtoUtlt'ill iii.iiri "I Iwi eiiilni iowi. PERIENCE iut pjosperlty, not fum (lie ho fall, o . lefiulii'd from nuMnu .1 U uuv.s to prcoloiu.. so iav niri i;ai:i.v iiti:,uk-sfust r It' Let 110 dlnUum. thu S.11U.I11111 iIi'IbiiUk. To put II upon no abs, nee, It iiiiii while Wllliur van in lil'i n,, illifin nc. of tnitiini-ment- , The Public Pays. no liWur moral Kioutul. they t ir tint iarf; ..t liclimniMl, Iml., .uul I tun, dim Its luster. Let dea'Ii Us ir b. ' The ati'liiaille i il Ktiil.e Is s"ttl'l It thuy did Hound nut the Southern puwille.s.s .. ithfat the IiioUiuix hiitin dieainlmf but litste.ul of piitUm; down tlie- I o to inh tm of Ita vv.etuns! MeCALL PATTERNS iti brethrtn wlih u view to settliu tiicmto Nucr hriuili It, A few ywuv later .iviiii'miv. if Ui " 11U 11 Ctlcbratt-the "Uilft" I'llnd It inver lose It- It for style, prrfrct fit, tlmpllcitr iiut Ihel ton. tln.,y . .ImiKcI ill llio hii4. twinsf.r tliulr iiIIikIoiuv, tin attempt WQellu.st tlilllh IVU'WtaB Thadc Marks reliability nearly 41 years, bold in nearly Midline of IllOltlll life.' Tlio tuis-fId vi l that It It has to pay every city and luwn in the United btates and DCSIONS t .plusuu tliuui b. i'..n. the would return to uliil i, jllliu- liuslntve. al l.ituii. CaRvnir.un A is. Canidi, or by mail direct. More sol. I than I1UI11 r 'ii.i the publV mast Ihui- tlio NatliMkil Commlttoe, Tin. I.U. is which II10I1 iirfo of our Ihis h is It.s Juvh Old any ether nialie. bend lor tree, catalogue. """I11 '"- - desmlnt on mr lu Uilr .sjj..s tin) totiuil I'll ul) of ...a TO"' ".?." ' liiveiilleii"i'.laUi '."!' "I'liuou I'm "lietlier mi s.riihiil,yiiaiciiil.li. ,li.iv. cum to the lt.oosev.jlt men nlfvrjm) jkiiiiUj .shoUld lie happy, and they will bo MeCALL'S MAGAZINE .j;T',tujilty for eajlmtmU, an,d when olm ovpeiise. lint llio Uiist. More subscribers than iny othei fashion III. . :;!lV,.,i,!i'r,"'l,""'"lvHADBOo. uiiKiruu aweii ill. opt.ted. magazine million a ninntli. Invaluable, Lat. Ulllis will Hit liskjll',- - piobil.lv aho Chamberlain's Taliban aro taKtn a KHVni. inline vviik iiitiluuled hi Uih to tfirouili iluiin est styles, patterns, ilressniaLiai;, millinery, . ,;'";lll,"l'i' wllhnut cUnmo, .lr,, IntR tU plain sewing, fancy nceiilewurkjiairilresslni;, ,iii.oj'i.i h nijild Mildc, Ihej saw .1 A imliied nnkle may ,imh 111I0 bo c,ured lubxil to linli.ee a potti y of noulntei fcf- - Ntlunjrtli. n the iIIkchIIiiii and keep t'i" etiquette, good stories, ttr. Only bi cents a IhiwuU reijulai. Till mi tabletH iiomlld 011 eo. sJaiiiljirt llht. In IWi the liiutlium had In from thn lo year (worth dnubli), Including a In-- pattern, lav by lunililii bubscrlbo today, or send lor samplo copy, and "iitlo lu their notion land ivsjs.o!ally liaitt sjjilr flit in U.I1I111', und la Jli.uiiltiialii' Uwhiwut uiwl ohwriliu WONDERFUL INBUCEMENTS What He Meant to Write. kultab!o for people ot mldd'... ago and . went to ,1 uiuoto H.s.tl.111 neir,thi dliietlan t!l in. wi!.h .uili to Aeents. lostal brings premium catalogvie For nwtniMm. on J new cash prise oilers. Address Qf older. P'or sale by ull dvulerw. "ssplko'' .slattciy, hpoitltn," llu.r J.'lt.y ilawl., .N. C, wli rt-- Hi y cinilJ sale b alMleslw, 111 in aMtoMIW.STIkSl, MW VMM OUUcCAU. Thin wtw tlie 1 th Ir HtniffUM". T Uirotisli'. . pit-ente- Wilbur Wright Succumbs to Typhoid Fever. tn world'fl ww With Orv.ll Wlllt in tli Mplan' d wltn nn.l hl Wlblur th. flrnt iiii.'if ful fllalvt of n Ji' The story reneh.il machln. o world, brother, ehanie. but th tcrlHtitnlly ImhfUI. knt mum until lHyton. O. two yearn kMrr, when n.T.d Urvllle NVsh, t'v first RIVAL FORCES mhius avlel'-than.fi- lr STRIKE TENTS In Chicago Until After lojis-di-'.mt- L flixir National Convention. 1 nt w ir.f'rrl dl-v- rt e" -- tho Pan Franclfieo Call, whine H Iruielmll, luul delayml hla luxnunt f tho oienlnir rinw of tho .viin nrvll after the little dinner Hint follow 'il i Ilo rushed Into tho local room, tlire'v off liU co it, himself at liln.typ.-- j writer and ulnmsd at the kelimni to tfnt IlLs litLrlli. Me ilrintrd a Ill'tn ( loser, vvlpod hli tiok a Komi look and beifiin Uirtiln out copy with bW tiytinl MiPfwl. A lie nork'Kl.hU vm wntiilered round the room. If nnyon j 'thnniHit he would not In' nlde to ot M' Htuff In on time Im'd how him. II Uf an 'hour inter tliu sjpy nail t;laic si 'aect nt a pile of criiiti'nmi) neat riihbtsl litfi ytt und look.il niln. "What In seventy cplatterliff blitz.'.s '1 this?" ho bawled. u he isd: peom C' commit :pmli liiy yioil dr.sdpm Jr ijsf hry a ytjill-S- r pi; dlis.d inij.j d..sl-- . sil'Zrtd noh rmpllij ft pin ir ivtiKiy pinvr 0111 yrm tordl vpt;fmiv l.rf ; vtMi y nl.ii.r eptdr !im jlr nlmv.1 'r It Tin re wax rtiue after jaft of and .plke linul Kone. It wo.s jm's.sl up to the 'UZ.le dltor, and In alf hour lie discovered the key. Sjdke. vvh' Ustd the toiiiih s.v,stem evcliuilvely, hid stnrteil one row too far to tho ru;lit on Ids ke board, and had i".pt nt It. lie dpliered, the ojieiilni; larasiaph re id: to win a pen-- n If Danny Ioiiib ets-etint this iHnii he laid ff.t a troupe of tralnnd ,mN with fll per. bU onoiiKli to a lobster on t' wrist once In ten tries. A pirkled ci.ib nt a t.viNwrlter couldn't fumble wv than Kvenlmj the bunch he has! SaturiLiy l'ost. I 1 nttll GASTORIA Ij.ysi , . Rla-sfe- a - - For Infanta find Children, is Cif1 ill ywm$ kl 1 The Kind You Hava Always Bought , Bears the Signature of y. V pri-Snl- nrrt F rt ISotNakcotic. - UM1T d' 1 1111 iW" bt2 F In Use li-t- tei aiJIossorSit' -- For Over . Thirty Years rk s ' - CASTORIA opl-iwu- 1 I ' 11 - liiy 1 1'-- 1 POSITIONS GUARANTEED beJI'-ve- s v -- WE 1 11 - ros-il.l- 1 '. c is: en r stral &a?U'u?$7i e BUSIXKSS ! - 1 e I NEW SEEDS d -- I oon-luntl- -- put-ied- Cs-tai- desp-niU'- ly i. U. t HOME -l a- - ( j .- H. W. BUCKBEE i f, iu' -- T.",- I THAOC-MARK- I 1 Mlssl-slpp- 1 ul Children Cry C ASTO R A a.i .m. il-;i.t.- ou.?.?os aovonlh Straat. .s.... p. un, c Vn-i- u. o-- 11 ir-vill- o. BULBS' tut rj r . fht nu.a. i -- I w.. I .VJ.1 tliei.i-sj1vi- .s -- ' to-d- 1,1 1 . d. 1 m-e- T 1. tiod ((i-- a 1 - v l .... tiri UU1B ii 11 I Df 11 II 1 " H (Hill. 1 V I I ' . U. CASTORIA . f, . i i'r-- a.,,. 1 1 1 Ultr - txi fa 111 a'' t&&fl55 - 1 XvsMiv 1 pjcx . Ns5riii? J a - I - 'Iff 1 r"l tw Sckmific jfmericaH. KS?s33SMiSSiS wbms C. Uruucb &exssMifi a ?vii UNCLE SAM'S PRINTING SILL .j uovernmeni irirnuig ad- - i,rk sorbs Six Million a Year. Wise Economies Vmr UJImKH In p,rnifrntjlirvn. pntrun of 1hn Ulx rnj Tho next nrJjitlng rifflre In thn intuit otf! 'Do 1'attnt Office iiitttn l the d vviskly, firJi Jmiw lontiiLnlng (Irawhui tmd troolfliutions of all put- Iknik il during tin." pMC(lltig wet., Iuiih hImi umtiilhlng n list of I nob Will .TO-t U-- ; thn J.'oor with iipor n ImthMnR of tlm Kiiimminl print- offl(ln anil lrntt0 lUir Jn New York ir ChJiw;o InfniviSw-pjinw- tho CONVICT GOES UN Drives off a Terror. Tho clArif mii'ittlnnnr of flmth In Alia wlnvr anal vrlnK montlm Is pneumonia Its advance ajrutH ure inlila nivlrlp. In any attack by onu of theso mahillcM n time liuxllolne Mli HONOR enj)t,,i ti... i.iKuim,t Um r Mates a Trip to funks tlilnl. nuv4 K ir tti tiiin.s.nU It Nothing 'V. too extensive 'for tlw govBest Private Plants. ern win t wmting offlco to umlirtuke. pub- Tho war 'of Uif Tt In Won 'TcorlH, Uditsl li 128 vidimus, nnd requiring ,1 on 1,110 lla.ikln in lili lige Index, J rhijis for genei-j- tlw atlvJIUi of the I'nlttrl SUtU tliiv lions will rnnuiln .the world's KrmUvft innutnt. Juih a lmvt lnIJ-1li- i tut iimt tindesrtiklng In tlm jtrlitting Jlne. TJuw ofijee, from of the fn rtuiietit jiriiiitln rcronls oiituJu more Uuin u hundred WiudiltiKlon, which the li 'I' I Stiir tlmtistind pages of irhiUil matter hthI t io,k.ii niiiip I'vlnictH. Jlr. lUtKUi ay: nsi'ilnd In tjiiir piihliiutiuii n,'fH "Tlw lljiltiil Slntivi ltc Vic l.irc-"reams of white jmjkir ami more tlian .iwl JimM prl'illiiK offli.t' In 'tlie world. 3,tn,mi,(ui xvbole tm of Ijpo. The II npriwutN an expmdltife of mole itlltion orujii l. nlwiut a million and; Tor tjonrtj-ti.tlotlum IIP.nnV! and a half olumm. .Not only law .tiwks equipment wul nn imniLj. .t'ndltnre are undertaken, 'lint t'xactlng luim ns uT tjiaji 6,f"0,Wl ?or nuilnlcn.inee "veil. Win n tVmirresa wimbvl fto pub . A theus.inl and oieiatJoii, different lish n history if tio Capitol It demand-'- d important 4Mki iuiiI iujiiivhtelH lire pub. j that Uir eotuiiktd volume should I1h1i-- I by It evciy )tttr, Ui hay ntlilii Mk; and Good Service. oiiu of Cm Illicit example of print of thn Inrc iiiiiiiIm r und "i.irl ly of eli. to ho founil. The er's art nnywlieni nlj-v- , Im r hiiu.1 hills ami Jobs whU-J- i rv.suUhiK volume is a splendid MEETS rvtnple Itu to make up tJir vurV work of the of fine printing ofWhen Cnugress prllitinK office. KOVi'Tnmi-il- t It i.sHUi fers to wJJ u pKWIcatlon it never founts 'ilaJly and wnkly Jounniji', mnnUly In .the Ww cost co.it of Uu manUM-rlp- , rl(MUvili Of and h l.uvn niimb"r iiitiiMilUoii of or anything ilm- publUailoiiN. yearly "J'Ikko r.uite In Ihr cot of tlic iiprr anil oilier frrqiiMi-- y iwul linjiortanif from tlie Ul maticrliibi cnMrlng Into tli pnlJlUloti wjmo liuntllncriew tlw nfa ,f.uri. deal Is enchtuiced by two facts. One ''' (JfiiiKTmnlolnil ltiiiirri 4o the annual and lalH- i- Inrolvrd In prJiUlru; and InK wuUirr bean. that lie i.s tuite &nal, makins omveraa.-tlo- n ii irl of nnu.'l bun'iui otfloUUs. and In hlndUiK. Yt Jtli tln lilKtwiry tt the There In wmie tiacioo rxTtiil Louisville $1.35 Homi'tliirtc.ofnn effcrt, and tlie other iimtler fmiu am iilntnixt rruwit Capliol rub'tt lwinK Jld on Uil UuU there uili aiot iieimueh iplanbwl liore is Chat the rt(iut notoriety rrivon him th" of the burciii of kUitlariLs Courier-Journ- al f(KlieTO.k wiui tM. Thejv im.v ben "several ocmyt" of ilry-In- un Ids wwrk ulandij-illatloitliroufth nho Incident in the of Ji romntu rn fc a IJjuhr the luLmlniiitrntlan cf l'ublk; 13 ffold llrom heav, jjrlce ItfUjrialaUire tliat Sod to Ills release, vnal.o) Horie book by the Dviiiirtnwtit of . Rdputblican St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 II. Donurlly, Itf.-I'rlnbr Kiui lont lit necusatry for him do bo reticent that or a JivrXarxon'H lllble )! .tlie ptrformlnK a Klven pVncc itr Wrk Imh cenU jsir juioml The Airmewiof WiU iimiminvnty f liv- f lie may iWet.-u.a'-Rbpujblican Home and Farm his secret until it has 1.E0 authority of Cotu.Tin bien 3.UrUiUr ruIucoL IDurlnjj one ing well KiiK-strawberrina, peu-- s and preserved lor Jfm tliroo means In ftaaj Thn Km iiuiuuwt plntbiK offJee yiar lin'wtiui iUr In nut down the other oirltn ,trnkl has cmut mn. 1.75 (Kflce. 't up more tliiui -- i million of tlic smutch KKilt-- nf chaAn-f per ntntt, JXiitV Iel w hoar fnni tJ. XL tvilii. IHe said in itbc ccur.se of the trtervbw ijwe irly S,tf,UiO,0 f tyj'. and printed coinpXiMi iiuir work with Louisville Tliat divsrjrlnUoii of the liBJlle f ShU puce of matter.io n noIUInj: f micu-ft )E'iiIti,e. Jiuritxr Jmi next oir loll XLken lh bank to the italittor clast Cat there was wopy.i.tiUlo lie could tell uufdH, lu U1iui.n, "7tiO,,OW to itixclixsc the particular tiling- It Is 3.50 JUaiiy uwensrjoro ifcBPUBLiCAN iwl'iwd thti ntlll Itmur by 3 ior of "jiL Tell Ufi.ot your TVxo Iuiiini. aic-li.rr- .i Itftietfaeiulv anJ .now Jits Im.siiRMH to keep secret. He was t ii- - 7I.('0,( o, nU Ui t:icipfLl lining r Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 and ullair iUJi.ks In pipotA.3n. iiiLx vKr thmuaiKl uxi In JJki hum of vnlllln.', lKo.ver, to ans,vver any wneral WUnn jywir Wilid lia wHmu'ln- - iooihtU Nvarly (l.uo.stli.n (tliat 3ulht interest pooplo In tho a inJllkiu untl a half ooptivt of plnitj (oMivilJon. TJi'i ox'Kiuirtrt of bo uuraful to kiyip the roiiKh uote and 1.75 Mirluim pnlilli jtiuis iwere Iniuud The tlw MU v tjfw tie vk of tipurulinz expectoration voiiy by jchJi; Ciuunber- - naln fad. AfJvud how lonfr lie Jrul been 4iintMw(ltlon 4Joiie on tbls partlcubir thin?, ueri taeh dhlKlon juhI minUm. 'aiakliur it lalnift UimMli.liiL'rHxly as mv.iv Jjo (required New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 UfletOio. lxwflki for tl! piihllr Jirlntej Ho aj- - Tb1 iriunotly iWJIl also Ifjilt? ithe toituh ho said abinC two months, and he had j:Jen every fiontdblo he,l by the In jipltu of l he fun', tlint exirj hiwwii crliii tjie 0os of O wtuns prnra- been Cincinnati Weekly 1.50 It ituslnr to nJipeetor- nvucuH aid gn&V px.iUial laJwir-N.prison manafmcivt,vvlilch Iiir ilevjee " lined at tloim iuiiI to di'buiidno tho (iivicinatle totUg:rca,t In nle. Jt ')uw Nioj UHtvl MUixvxvfiili ufftcn, trior effliJuu'cy of U') illffuvit ikmukIc In tlie the Koieriuiuml in Ills .work. AfJiol Jf iiu InvenReiut.blj.can Ocean 1. SO Weekly iv.lwnltx mid is n.Le null miBij Mire. 41 jti'juJh lutd out In of ri. J(,(i,UO th.vi tion in tlie 5iMi It was ilrnionstraUul as Untler tlw pnnubt .pliui nl ue. For 4.llt by ull tle.ilerK.) ill iraxtirjj power uroducer.wiuild be ev- h. wim, and It rouiilrex more Ham rjiimtluc the j ihjlc irintoj is uhle to peiiKlve hLstxllatlrjii, to uy the extra luvlp ho a.'U ho could knowicjt the tiK of xuji l.iy ivfcatly Will be Convicted by Dictagraph. on lion- - tntli'li tlii operations Mty at tiio priwent timcas Uiiere arj ulnn the nut'ilar forrf f UuU il.iy Luf JftisKlw, ' ""ol., Mj,v 23 "Clvrenee niny dcbaXLs he'ha yet to w oil; out and It rmjulien iihu .luui a luive "iwt iuiJ funds ixtnKJn im.iiililo lt vacation DanvkW urclll te convicteU wurtji of tllxl'Mi iln'larn- the he expect to make some more.jpractical ivir tund for ij reinaliiiV'r of t Il5il CapL Ilobu-.- t J "J'iwtw, evperlinentf wiieji lie arrives Jn tho Kaat ivpwiu-iof foiiHiv..irth of al'mruio-torJa- J It is a prevent iijitvion pi,it the Is now practically completed. efficiency is wofully impaired. m the Hi? oeiIiuuil National before ho applies for a patent. Jle Intl- - ant work for a jiur' of tlw Kiivinriiiaeiit chlof .IuT.sllutar for the An important auxiliary to the enlist to will come a a shock, however, l yrinli-n- ; in J.o offke. In ia. single rrMiitli It prlntiuc ofrine urt' not as puil iuv.ii'kho Kroclmre" Association. liowisrer. at tho parajiliemalla, It s Ant-cltivijitcliltw the bribury .cine. Scientific American cd artillery force might bo found In tho waBjtbli) to turn mt iJSCOpO.OHI jiohLIh of wiiatever it is, oueht not to bo very ex- tho readers of tho vstalJiiluuan.L!, .How iiiu l National Guard, and particularly amoorf i the mun xvho aX Hie lime ,uf tlie pensive. lutrd.s The (innii.il vfip hujJj i a.O-- ever, to learn tliat. although we have an ex thwj iujms inoludo those members of It whu live along our M.e.Vmusv tnl.il inataJiil U. the Hotel Aaked if it mtuirred tho placinrj of pole I2.CW, Ahlln tZ wrth of 'IkmU, cellent equipment of suns, mortars, and seaboard. We are awaro refsilr U bulMlnRH that a pat 5M n dlctTraph WJihhi lieirlaims hbjli in tho air or any aeial devices, lie )S2iWvirth of worth of U.i and pkuit, nialtitenianiw of a ikdlvpiry recurjed Xho iAiaerwitioiks Jmld .JLotwoen roolied In the negative. The electricity 1 submarine mlnlnj; plants, those defenses of our volunteer forces Is given annual $.',lM oil. ervliV!-.TtoctuxAUury 'iarccs nboino, twenty-fou- r ton nf iprlnter'n imit ,auJ and po,y;nenta U. employi linjurdd i In Darjmew uul John It. Hannlmiton. as easy to pump ,out of the lojveo- - strata are very seriously bandldvppad by the training at the seacoast fortifications; but the training Is not sufficiently ax", vututcl .wltli the Cllikuo atbirney ot air as li4lier. In pnviauJon otlior 'thlnK The Inference xv.is fact that out coast artillery is not sufilto hlhJ IIlo bt.i Tlvv aJfi JLnulude tV.UOJ In the dynutmlte, tame. dn-wViia(i lutpir In txtlueutl to a tliat ULs meolianism ls all on th-- j ficiently numerous adequately to man tensive, nor are the numbers of' this jl"0.(00. tor iiaUilLyi, lor MrajtliiiuHi, force aa large as the importance of our liere by the revet-o- ifitMind. Being: reminded that o'cctrlclans them. He luul beeni-reiv- t Ixiru; utllizid tin .ViS.dO far lcawn of oUeiH') Kivery inoKMlblo tilnre uid was unknown in onnctlon sjy tho electricity In tho air Is static and . For many yeans post. In his annual re- coast defenses demands. Scientific Amer"tJio tHiuratlnns of live iUk print Kluip I190.0UO Jor TJk ivtlvrul ican. with the icaKc. He enu:id u ,poom mart be transformsC.lnto a dynan-J- . det ITiO.HO worlJi .of it Is aolt un- - iJiarym itvclmle ull t, port, the Secretary of War, after uid unur&nt; the ajointajr that of ll(urrtni,-tul- n scribing the gradual approach of our Uio Jn Simply by ilUMti:tnff tlw atyle Into the tupiin.'W of opitrfUlnc n iinaUy. he sald tliat is true, and he tokhu; 4lv(muv,'o a crude tronnfornver.f ram .which it coast defenses to a state of completion House for Sale in Beaver Dam. at the KicnKri'jwJonnl lUmord LnoVi. .a' Hkjp with .v.vUJon nf:ron,t Hotel lixomiird. llyt uid the ArsnnuK-e- . of Hxriiiuon's JtMencin IjutoJUtd hl Us understood that part HO.UOO (iffoeted. ttavirvi: wuui .of of Jits dervlce has drawn attention to- - the fact tliat A splendid cottage In the Render ad TJioso Itnni.i .aru uid oocnected it Jth u i.s wahaPfS tho itw olunKlrq; from ckk a imaJ a. I more tliui. offset Jv ,tlvo JiaJE jnlVAon dlotaei-apchief mechanism that when the work Us done, the elaborate dition In Beaver Ham, Ky., In good In ivts uvvn systems of guns, mortars, searchlight 8 condition, and Including four town lots lie Imd needs Umprovcmrnt. win. Here t.vlng 110,000 wan illlnr rwiitrel Suv JiaUdi.yi ;uid p two Kostor iuiwRts ntwM'sra.uhw:. If Uio report Ahat In his prison and range and position finding material, are for sale if sold at onco. Residence One roonj eontalrw u.baul eighty ilvbvea of tiliHence. With Uub jinumnt. tliivM- - men penned .ami rivoolcd nvuiv experiment he captured a current oqual1 will lose a large part of Its value luiuUdneH, tho I'arsoxt jiuiubor be is now being repapered. A bargain l of gf niojiey cJie BoveiTt-nm-t HHmlH ,fon betweeiii .11 u to S l:2,ujnpheres was .true, he ald that cause of the Inadequate number of of fered. Coil on or address, he foaartd in a lnnle nxuu Un tho world. hatklays an liven ,:( lUtscnoe ut itlu convernatloti c.mtttl on McNVuiumi coutuelH.; was merely t,ho ntlnuv.to of those jorho ficers and enlisted men In our coaM ar Is a jmuJwh of jirecux HARNETT & FOSTEt:. Ii (uTotlior fflre tlie iuiblk- - two Kiueriunent ,;rintJnK "In that yiw It ,wfcs u Ki'ncral non- - luul neen it work. Ho had no means of tillery. 2" wluw ciuutitned output n more thun priiwr could puy Hartford, Ky. Av rent zuid the; r.plruey to brflx' u.s many of Ihu jury jue.vuiiinr tlie fluid. All .Uio could iay re-- For reasons which it Is difficult to mprenlon u million 4ery hour. en possible' I'liater .declared. A JoP vjicctinjf It was that ho had used It In fathom. Congress, In splto nf its liber I'rlit,tcri ItiK 1h upk'IimI to forty Ioiik of Wants Divorced Wife to Have InUarcniu Danw, evcisv Jiusum of es. place of a .buttery to sjurk tho KnsoJlno ality in tlie matter of giuvs and their are lapcx evry Vdl't hour. IHiiero surance. uijie hits bien tliiht w far u utyflno wltli vvhlcJi Jie twk-- pumpeil tiio emplacements, has hem reluctant to card jiiimch.. uliJeh tiuu out u million San Francisco, Cal., May 28. Leaving is tho tUcUutniiih Tlie vviUor tiuika kxncermid. the prison uil of water. provide for tho greatly notded Increase null lUy, The Job olfine i.i one fiusTomo Nervous Breakdown Court of Ohio Auioug ills nther InvcntJoui on vvliltli In In tho enlisted forco. Year after year a note a&king u frjnd to bo sure . to has dixildoi-of the mast renviikahJc, In uilxtent'e. Impoverished nerve 5wtroymany that tho htroiluon of qictasraph til- - hopm to crm patent aruiitioll pin- - the uppcid of Uio tfccMiuy of (War certify to his dentil so tliat his divorcJt turim out inojv work In a bule tlay peojile iicfore their time. Often be- denee Is ileil, "nei i lio oi,1alo in tcitor umtafljjru,-- muWilne. fTho former, has been allowed to no by unanswered. ed wife inJgli,t collect life Insurance amoiin h off km) of the Ouin the iimiiiku fore a sufferer realizes what the here," he Kiys, In a very piuctlcnl IhJiiK, ud It would seem as though tho lesson Ing to mono than fSO.MIU, jo.soli Went, world couUI Hun out In s. full trouble i.s, lie i& on the verge of a lt declared that wher thu dvnu-mlt- o kIiouW come into Kcnctf'ul use. It Is fur taught by tho n iiulpmoit th.tt complete nervous breakdown. week. Tho moht pofeut wir Iloblnson, mcjidica- of a wealthy' family It of Atlanta, Cn, ended his life by firing Indli'i-aiHilis of the utmost importance to keep coinc un for trial in the sole jmrpaso oj keeping tiio tPlley on had already been forgotttn. Vtt It is a MObey cm buy is to be found IJiiwukIi- your nervous system in good conJutcrn.itlonnJ .urpr4.v.-.will oc. the Hailed a revolvir bullit Into ills mouth at tho Ireland Is m ulevlsenl that when It fact that when Centra's fleet out iiio ntlro jvLinl. dition, as tlie nerves are the .source cur. i'w anseiittsl tliat jiuji who think Jiimjv-- off it runs bax-- on fiom Spain for theso waters, therowas Golden Wrt Hotel, Wlun llio nnwvl court of Jmiuliy Inof all bodily power. Mrs. Anna a vory live )unlc productri tlnuughnut In tho note, which was addressed to Jiuuio Kounz, 211 Mechanic St., IVeblo, thttnsehiM liiiniuuo villi be v.'oroiisl aualn. to tlie deatruoiloii of ISio Maine Colo., says: pronouiti. il TrcsliUjit XlidvJnley Tlie blue machlno lio calls tho Oriole, our Atlantic Count cities, urgent demands Uobcnt Urant, living ut tjie Hotel Nor. Its nixut "For many years I suffered from ns Jt ls patterned In iwo way after that were mado by Congressmen fioin tho inandio, lUibliifim directed thut no at. the doiainiiMit tu Coiiki'w one Tliero U no real neeil of nn) nervous prostration; I was unable IkIiiat kivicU.s of bird. Jt Js neither n lplano vlirlous constltueiulrs on tho ncahoard tentlon be mld to divposlng of his Inxly. The next iiioiiiIiik It vta ntUrnoon. to do any house work and doctors ttoubled with foiiHtljvitlon. Ohu.nilM'iValn So grtut vvuh tiio Ho was willing o he burjeil In the Potnor a monoplane, Mirt of nil imitation for juxiper protiction. yjInU'il am! In tlio hamU of every mem-bu- r failed to help me. Remedies I Tablets ,wiU 0iu.hu an mvivo. of tho bin! wlnus being utilized Instead pressure that some war&hlps which tho ters' Fled by tho city, he Intlinnted.liiit IIoiiko, and of tried from druggists' did not d of tho Kwute and ment of the tnjivels without liny unif.ru. of the planes. The thief Jiicilt of tho navy could havo used to kimmI effect wantrol his wife to toilet hla iusiii.uie). of tlm liro-sj- i. It me a particle of good. A neighbor the told my husband about ant offit-t-. tlinf them 11 triad, i'or guurd fljliik' maohjne.he says, is in tiio engine, eluovvluje, wvio sent to fctuud 0 JUuh. ojitaJiKd twenty-fou- r rn. by uu dealer Dr. Nervine Folia Foul Plot. Willi h it U prwunuvl jnlyht ho pluei-n over tho suppused'y threatened pixsltioni. trallonn, ono Iltluiifruph Jn eulor, and When a shameful plot exists bolueen and he procured a bottle. After the any fllng iiiachlne, lie tays tliat Its ;ul. Now It would bo the height of folly to 3)0 ia,'e of .printed .matter. nearly first few doses I showed a marked Farms Worth Forty Billions. v'.iut.igo is that .whenever any puulciUnr suppofee tluit becaiiMi Co vera nnd his liver and bowels to causa distress by" rewa--s Wlven a coiujwloival lomiiiUU1 improvement and after taking two Tlie value of forms in live United mu,tter bottles I was entirely cured. 1 have llnilcr gotH out of npair it can1 be fleet of armored cruisers proved to bo to fusing to uet, tuke Dr. Kink's Now l.lfo nviklni; nn Investigation Into tho the ten para thrown out of c'uuimUsloiirvvlilJe thu roxt Ineffectual, any future force which might 1'ills, und end such uhu.se of jour sjpteiii. doubled ui luiz!ni; ut Went I'olnt tlw dovem. been perfectly well for years and StaU of praise Dr. Miles Nervine between l!xi and l&io, nnd in tho eoiitlnuo to ptufoun their inteniled bo dbtpatched ngaJnst our coasts would i They gently compel tight action ofment prlntlnt office ,va able, in tjilnty-al- x cannot too highly." u.r So latter huh S0.k)l,9.0'.s). liver And bowels, and ronton Jie mn xlait or t(y any c Under bo equally Inefficient. We may rest o,s stoiiuu-hto jrln,t and deliver to houm, If you are troubled with loss of ' the cen- liulejiendcntly of Uio utlier.s. suied that the shortage of men In our our health und ull good feelliiKH. jf,c at report, of that appetite, poor digestion, weakness, saa the Litest report of U"J is cijuul Tlwvt to forinability to sleep; if you are in a sus bureau. m AKul about the story tliat ho was onve fortifications Is perfectly well knavwi all druglsts. luivler Consroiw makes iixiulry. ty time tho combined capita! of thu In the empJoy of EdJsou.he .said that it to every naval and military power In prlntliiK general run down condition and upon tlie jjovernment unable to bear your part of the national banks in tho United fttutc. rowers Wish to End War. U on'y partly true. He ald he hid Europe. War starts quickly, In th:e office tlun ony Qtlicr branch of ho gov daily grind of life, you need someThere is renewed talk in Europe of a worked a little around tho UdJton plant days; and oar state of unpreparcdnoss bill thing to strengthen your nerves. prJntlnif I,ta winual emment. Europe to the Fair. of all the European powers, to in Angek. ajt different times and being known, vve muy as well take It congrt The You may not realize what is the matjunounji to more Uian f2,OO0,U0O. ter with you, but that is no reason KvposlUon Com. Iwul A 'Tunama-I'acjfl- c en the great inventor there, but for gruntcu? tliat one of tho first mavi-men- compel an end.UatJie war between Italy; GonrcHsional Hcoprd and Uio (irlntlntr why you should delay treatment. mission" Xrom this country Ls vUlting never had worked under Mm directly, and Turkey, ylcooriilna-- to a leading I'ar. of a naval war would be the u( JiewlnB, commlUeo reports and 1IV Dr. European oaplt&Vj, to invite the various nor had he ever been In ids Now Jerof a fleet to attack our seacoast Is newtvapSrJ.,J,(jnps,HIUJy Is even, Aiwa nwjor portion of tlita amount. rover has proven its value in nervous disgreat sey siKxps. countries to tuke part Jn the fortifications. Fully manned by a thor. ready tij glye, ug hej; des.ln for tho cJnpto year the rovernment orders for thirty years, and merits Putin oughly drilled regular force, these forti aDnetlon,, 4TrJnalJ. l)4. ;!W prlntin office prln.Ud tor ConreM a trial, no matter how many other Exposition of 1915 to celeb rat t itlie coining ot the CansJ. At Rome, at Paris the Coast Artilkry. fications, unless Indeed,, our system ( pf hglloy.ed,l 'iQ Rome. Turkey, lj b,elif yed, more than a million copJm oX octavo remedies have failed to help you. Sold If drat bMhi and at Berne the Americans have been The chapters J. the present issue which detnses is based on a fallacy, should to be wilting to stop. 27,060 copies of the Con- - tell to by all druMUU. uufcllcAUons, bmafit your mwiay la rturnf. enthusiastically received and hearty are devoted to a description ot our prove to be Impregnable, But in their CO MILS MI6ICAL CO., Elkhart, In mssinnai lUoord every day, ewn ! Ds. coast defeMM-cho- w proalsed. their 1 HMW Insllnn ciuata duulneas. 741b bills that this loaawrt- - present unfterm&n&td condition W.N0 U1 iMlf bum Uaw.son-llle,V.,"anTt-so- tnd Judicious Management Putilt on Par With pnhllcatlih Is tli" tinntmJ yir- book, (J which hn'f u tnlUlon eoplt nift . JHlMIM.ld Billl book woIkIim about andNim tntn,i eiution t,ir'! fiilght ' u,..nt.1 JVIJUII;-Vll,,U b.nl)ll- iu Hii.n. UhOlftT 1 li IIWIII . ..... f . - 1 Iff! 1. IIIJ - It t iiir' dtould be t.'fl In tHkltiK tho liest to ilrjvo It off. olitalnahln Count.tiv UioiiKtmls Jl.ivo fouivl Ihl.s to To Patent Invention Developed bo l)r. KJuk'h Now JHMiiveiTy, "My Jul Uuul Ik'Hcxih it JuiiS Jifpt him fn.Mii luu- While Serving in Inr jin'iimonla three ir four times," d wrlt JHr. ihnritv W. I'hwe, Prison. for eiili,n,lilK an.l v,o liae iiewr found Ita iual." tliuran-Uu- l J'xlco for a.'l bninciijal afftUloas. 27. Utoy ,1. Atilwina, May rl tB. anil tl wj. Trial buttlu freo at Muyr,the Arizona prlnoner mux iniulo an i all dnifcKlstt. n( Ivuior nKin by (J"v. Hunt rcba,sed n bin mooKnlaajico for IJiirty iUkb SHULTZT0WN. for a t'lp to Wastiliwton to lsilerrt lil.i AIL Annie Alny Cintry, (wire has recent inventions whllu confined ini tho Utmtry'x and K.nlteAtJ.'ity, imd ono of wnloli nuiy vlaitliiK at Airs. Kannl Airs. Iljirbiry KUUUV, reurrmd to, 'nr the moct nulaiilo IjjKlc of all tho i home at lliaver Jatn .SiuvL-iy- . tu;wt, wan ,ln I'hoenW and w.vs Air. Clamicc 1Ii.viij ami family, f Interviewed JiLs Inventions. Cromwill, wiro tho fjuosts uf d.irean TJiwiisfli 3bbyers ixu) Invented many I'lrtle lve littli. thtiiRs, the one ucblexisment lUmt glveB - pronii.se of jnaklni; htm fanioun Ls nn ap AIUs Jlthtl Ilimter. who lias b"im lllne Alr.s. Alhr'rt J'iiittetrun ami ffrsrter pcratus frr lussejatilliu: eUvtrlclty froir AIImi Alattle WimkLs, re.tu.rnud o her L'ie MirjMJadinK avlr til njnvlylne II to , home near Smalllwwiso . tho operation of jnarjilntry. The Cromuell ImIo 'Of ItMlmcn liocnr- Mcyi.ro Is aim vr medium height, a man absl the ihvji of air. Oin OllHtran of peJilMjw 33, t ruddy oximlexlon nl Iat SumLiy, and of IxuiLs Johnson tlw lookB the imrt sf a tnvluuilc. moll Sunday before, :SisvrC from fecoe isxx attlrtsl In a brown xutt f clothes. He timbul was nnllal in hti iznanner und aasvuorvi The farmer j-- .not lone brKLkiajr (luvttti nn frwlj-- , Aboufch lie 1a not planting mrai isnounaf, but arp idoinx hiadtstnoUnatlon to Bay a. iprcat ail Buried ,deep in out American tore t we fr.d bloodroot, queen's root, Of theso Dr. ond 8roncroot,vldcn ,cnl, Oregon fctoperoot nnd clierryhnrk. R. V. Pierce mode pure fjyecric etr.irt 'vhich hso liecn fovornhly known Sir over Inrty years. He called it "Gotden Mrrliral Discovery." This "Discovery" purifies the blond ond tor.es up the utomacn and the entire nyntem in Nature on-- way. It's just tlie tissue builder ond tonic you reqatro when rccoverinif Irom a hard cold, grip, or pneumonia. No matter how strong tho constitation the stomach is opt to be " out of kilter" et times; in consequence the blood is dirvjrdercd, tor the stomach is the laboratory for the constant mani-ftcti- ne of blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomach puts it in shape to make pure, rich blood helps the liver a- -J Kidneys to expel the poisors from the body. The weak.wetv-ou- s, debilitated condition which so many people experience ot this time of the year Is usually the effect oE poisons in the blood; it is often indicated by pimples or biit oppearing on the skin, the face becomes thin you feel " blue." "More than a week ago I was Ftiffcrlnff with an nxtfiit rold in mv bead, throat, breast, and body," writes Mn. ViK5 J. Tamks 0. Kint, of 710 Ii. Strcot, S. E., Washington, D. U. was "omo called it L.a Urltitio, fonio pneumonia, Medical aavis.it m Illscii sftebs. hv a friend ti trv a hot.tlo nf vnnr 'Golden i Ty.' 1 trlod a bottle and it did mo mi much good that I fer J medicine that I, In Piiylno; It is the greatest and best My health bcfpr than much tvir took. medicine. Is does allbctttT claim It was and you for It nfliiR your It J. 0. Kent; fcsq. tsuiMaclory." run-dow- n, Hatures Way Is Tlie Best WW a ilin )e-ou- JAMES f& CO., .First Class L,iveryrtiatt Centertown, TRANSFER - Kentucky. Prompt Attention ALL TRAINS, c talk-atlvti- Kd OUR CLUBBING RATES, 1. i iii i- B iih.V-.ku- n Jrefrl-cultur- , d e lsn 1910-M- f- iuieLy-HAV)c- n j:e t t ex-re- pt jln-diili. Si'CJ-rtf- eil ii mu-'ul- y re Herald The Republican and L50 The Republican and ....... and The and The Inquirer The Republican and Daily Herald 3,0 The Rbpublican and The and inquirer The Republican and The Rbpublican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and Enquirer The Republican and and Inter and Farmer f The Twice-a-WeekOwensb- 1 )ar ' Address all orders to K-- - ut N yir lv THE REPUBLICAN. a e.prH iiej-eJ.i- Horcu-drlve- rn r)ur. i.rhud f lmu-h.l- .!. n' no.U-'i.s- c t. cur-ren- mm-irvercl- id .i-'- id it 'il ifitt1. linn-typ- 1 1 Woman Finally JRecovn From y KiianlsJi-Anierii'a- .se ls s s aiiton-.atlcall- tr.un-niltto- i Mile.' a func-tluii- , Con-"jrr- if 2,000-ruw- o Iivitiig la ts h MiW NerriM Items '. f MiW achf ttn LawUv'lMs wwwjum.. ,; , mm:mi' 'gimmmgm; m- r- Hartford Republican. Katartd nrrordliig to Uw lit the PMtofflce 'Barttoril, Ky., m mall matter ot the nurul . laa. C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER CDIT0R8 RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. IMrwm all communication Sfce Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to being experimented ur.on In come Wes tern Rtatof, by whlo,h the. .wepky iwiudi mny bo taken cn.ro of at n nominal rtfo of ten or flftctn cents jur week; teaching farmer liow to niullt tliiJr hMdc rg tliot each man may know Just wh-r- o lie It gaining or losing In hi varied ln tcrrsts on the farm; favottrw Industrial nnd OKrciiUiinil (duration In mrnl com munities nftir the methods unqJ In Gcr-iny; loaning money to farmers wjio are doing business on r.lgjit principles, with other plans for conservation nnd vxtcii-.Io- n In tin farming mithods of today. MONEY IDLE JOR Souvenier YEARS! VOU can't get any better clothes than we can "1 of Old Feud Days. show you, no matter how you get them, no matter who takes your measure; no matter now much you pay for them. There are no better clothes made than cur Singular Deposit of $1,000, Now Lies Unclaimed in Win- FATHERS' DAY. - Mother' Pay, falling on the Sunday Hnhscrlbers ilclriiiR the paper sent to n new Chester Bank. old addreM In milking 'I"" nearest the lMh of May, has beoomo a nildreeemiiKt (ilTt-thrisinest. fixed Ute In our country. Two year Unsolicited losnuMrlpts will not be retorted Ky., June 3. The recent lowlturton, iipo Fathers' Day, June 2S. was stnrtod nulem Hcvompanled b,T postage. Calluliun, the notorious Anoijmooti (oinmunlcatlotm will melte no and more than a thousand cities Joined death of l'A ntteotloD. Is IlKNi.Uiltl county feud leader from lliei In thp celebration. This year It ja.ou(l& XM1 f VTMv Hart Schaffner & Marx 3lrrx Fill DAY, -- . . 1S3 JUNK 7. "Flighting ctting Hhea. In form Hob" Thomas Is evidently tor his bout with John The late Democratic Stato Convention was hold Jn the same "Beer (Garden" In which the Republican Convention mi last-- year, and seems .to have dlspleaiojl equally ns (much. the .Courier-JournHowever, not for .the some reasons. We see no objection to nepresentatlv.c Ollie James placing In nomination temporary O. M. Jam"' for Chairman of ,the Stato Democratic Con James vention. Had not Representative for lnoen pushing Hon. O. M. James Senator several years? expected the day will be acknowleiUr.nl all over tho country. Work bus been done through the .women's clubs. Com mendations for the work have been sent by prominent people to headquarter Including governo's In large numbers, etntcs. from thirty-eigI'athers' Day Js an admirable Innovation. Any sentiment tlutt can be brough to bear upon the fathers of ithe country Impressing tliem with tlia responsibili ties resting uikmi tliem ami the nionil obligations to their children awnltln buttle. them, will be a Men have been allowed to fti'l Into the habit of thinking "mother can bring uji the children and 1 will run the crops and politics," so tliat tho whole" home situation hu,s become lopsided. Women neel to take a little more pollt leal responsibility and men a little more and moral responsibility of the bum- -, thus get thlnss into better balance. ht well-foug- ht brings lo light vf the tact that a singular souvenir Winhis feud career Is now In the chester National Hank, at Winchester. Ky., In the shape of a deposit of although It which is unclaimed years has been there for eii;ht Ioiik at least no ono has yet been able bullets of nss,uslns, to legally wll It Jils own. The story of this $1,W Is jieriiups torestlng ono and paralel In hlstoiy. It .was bank eil In the Winchester 1WI, mid played cember, 0, WmWP an In-- !. mw mm clothes; you get certainty of quality in fabrics, cer- no De- an portnnt part In tho I'lOO.OOO d.un- Imm tainty tainty of correct style, cerof honest tailoring, If any Of our folks think this Is a dead Issue they imay walu lup so,me fine The voters of Ohio .should compel! an day and find It Is a very (live one. Amendment to their primal y law ibeforo Jusit as soon us Canada changes her mind another election. Under it recently the which she may do any time, the (treaty voters of bath parties have been robbed will go Into effect. Gongnes lias .taken of IheJr choloe tor President. The State no action toward cancelling the treaty, went for Roosevelt by a Aarge (plurality nor is it likely to do eo; and President And yet the delegates to a State con- Taft Is Just as much In favor ot It as vention nullified itliat action byiseloctlng ever lie .was. Tlie probability Is that and Instructing six delegates from tlio after the election ncAt 'November, If Htoto at large to the .Republican Na- the decision is as many liqpe It .will be, tional Convention tor Taft. On tho there will be music in itlie ialr. Democratic sldo Gov. Wilson's supporter TJiero were 12,000,000 spent for a speelected 19 of the district delegates in- cial session ot Congress to Jam the structed ito vute for him and yot the treaty through, in defiance of the .wishes Ktate Convention by a unit ot farmers; and those who did the Jamrule comiHilIs all of .these ID dolegutos to ming will not rest easy so long us it revote for Gov. Harmon at the National mains a dead letter. Jlake no mistake Convention which meets In llultlmore. about tilts. In both instancus tho will of the people And here let us .ay again that AmeriIs sot asldo and a great wrong jerp-tratc- d can farmers uro not opposed to genuine In the name of popular governing reciprocity with Canada, but t,hey are divid opposed to h.tvlng their rolling Singing Convention June 30. BANKERS TO HELP FARMERS. market put on a Free-Trabiuls, and The, next singing ociivontlnu will bo A movement which w.lll prove of mo- their buying market 'on a 1'iotcutivo baheJd at Red Hill I'huneh, Davlias coun e e mentous valuo to agriculture In thla sis. for all or Kiuntry luis Just Invn started Jy the for none tho long ttino jnotto of the ty, the fifth Sunday In June. All tho choirs In Ohio county are In National Rankers' Association whl(h Natlonail Grange stands as .the sentius. lias jiledged to support the bills now ment of American farmers, 'illwy (want vited to b present to sing with no dual thut is not Niuare. Philadelphia Kvcry feature will be added to make beiore Congniss, ijirovldlng for the the convention a success. Kucji class Farm Journal. of prent phuis of tho governIs oxpected to provide Its qwn dinner ment for farm development. us tlds lias .boon the custom .since tho The bankers in a igootl onany HUufS Much Money for Teachers' College organization of the convention. liave already taken up this work Tho General Kducotlon Hoard ( I toe If Rally! singers, for your icholr and and stand rtady to back up ofi'Uor) has 1vcn JKO.OOO to tlio George the efforts made for Improved co:i- - Peabody College for Teachers, at Nashvll'o oommunUy and help nis to make this 'thut dltlons. This .will bo o,f Immense Import-twic- e Tenn. Half u million dollars more from ono of tlie greatest conventions to thu farmers who liavu hereto the 1'eabody fuiul lias promised, has ever been hold and thu gjvat.cst day fore workid single haaded rwih no .time provided tho college will raise ll.ooo.Oo.) In the good yoar of 1912. Wo aro going to look und expoct you. to study better und mora jiroduc.tlve by suUscrlpllon. Yours for better Music, methods of farming. It .Is said that :') F. V. SALMON,. per cent of the banker a. own tarms anj ' Rhea to Oppose Thomas. VC per Utloa, Ky. cent ure aotually engaged Rowling Green, Ky., In . The June HUlng tlie soil and marketing the Hon. John S. Rhea, former Congressho that tliere Is a personal Inter- man from tlie TJilrd district pf Kentucky WHITESVILLE est Jn tho unprovumventi they are sAu,dy- - today shied his hat In the ring as an June t. Mrs. Quint Ilaynes, of Owens. Inc. announced candidate tor Conenyia In op- boro, liave moved here and will make One of the prqpos.Hlons to which ,t)ie position to thu incumbent, .the Hon, It. her home with her brotlwr, C, SI, banker are cornmlt,tlnx themsehes h Y. Thomas, and subject to the action Miller. without killing tlie farmer un Uie Job. of tlie Democrats at (the primaries In Will Day, Owensboro, was In .town on wut lands, making them yjeld a prof It, August, Mr. Ithea will Immediately be. buslncvj yesterday. to lead a hand 4o fanners In reclaiming Kin a canvas ot the district in Vie Ivo Howard .went to' Owensboro Bun-daOthers are; the ejjtablUihmcnt of ajchatn ot hl candidacy. He is olng to Of laun4ri.es, puch ua are make a Mm. C. D. Norrls end hlldrcn return- und formidable (candidate. de Frce-TrudF.ree-Tradly argument heard in buhalf of .his opponent, Mr. Mayo, .was Uiat he a 11 millionaire and contributes liberally to all campaign funds. Mr. Woodson and the more Owensboro Messenger contributed larjjdy to tho election o,f McCreary last fall than any other half dozen agencies. Now, he is smitten by .the iliajul the help ed. Such is politics. Democratic Consistency. If Col. Itoosevclt is "crazy," as Mr. Watterson would have us .believe, and Govrnor Wilson Is opposed to the a bold bad man as all Democratic poli Protective Tariff. As a Democrat mid ticians claim, they .should welcome bis as n college professor he would be ex nomination at Chicago, aa U12 easl'vU IKscted to be ius ei Democrat, because the man to defeat. Why all this proeonwn- - Protective Tariff Is a Republican prln. clplo of proven gixat wortli and tlon abuse of such a wenk (candidate? position Is that of opposl ftlnce tlie Toft machlno took the sU tlon to ony thing of UojmUllcan origin. delegates at large in the Qhio conven- whatever Its merits; as a professor, be tion, after the State primary had gone cause the political economies used In e against the President by a majority f colleges teach that Is the 40,000, It Is In order for Col. Itoosovelt true science of government in tliat parto release the eight delegates in Mass- ticular direction. It ltins out well In achusetts iwho were chosen on his tick- theory In books but In jvractlce It ha et by about 30.000 majority, but whom been proven detrimental to the nation's lie luul asked to vote for Air. Taft be- progress, Industrially and commercially. cause the State chad ;rlvcn ihhn a small Prof. Wilson Is a theorist in much tint plurality on the preferential vote at he advocates, but wjien lie drojis the prevctlc.-ithe primary. orles and jtets down to .the things of government, lie will still hang Hon. Urey Woodson, wjio has been the to something akin to o othmost untiring worker for his party In erwise, he would not bo a Djmocr.it. Kentucky for m.any years, and whose The consistency of the avewge Demo to crat of tlio nCTMBiaper Is a tower of strewgth seen, Tariff question Is Democracy In Western Kentucky, was when one considers tliat they (Congress turned down at the recent State men, and Senators and all I preach and not In the interest of brains, advocate In campaigns, and but campaign funds. About the only Uien, when Congress Is oonsiderlng reI'Voe-Tradl Freff-Tradn, Free-Trade, vision of tho Tfixlff law, JJem.oerat.tc Senators and Representatives plead for Protective duties on products of the they represent. Tiffin (O). Tribune. Free-Trad- e With Canada. age suit which Jlrs. Abrclla Mar-cubrought against .the Hnrglvx. French Callaluin and U. Fult assassicomplicity Jn the alleged Folt-nMose husband. nation of her witInvpontunt was one of .the nesses for tho plaintiff In this celedefendants, brated trial, tlie and especially Hnrgis and Judse James Kd Callahan, realize! that he w.t that witness the most dangerous they then hod aftulnnt them, since testimony In t'le his sensational crlmlna trials had been .so strong hlui and they were anxious tor keep pbin as afterThe from testifying. brlba ward developid. was to Important other and seeral prosecuting tho wltiusses to leave State. FU-ne- r With this end in Iow. Moso given i.ish In was $l,(o $1,000 now s.une which Is the 'in In doHislt the Winchester Uiius. Mo.s--j testlfhd at the trial .tliat the given money was him by a man," whom he did not never saw know und before . !!' turned tlie money over to Jus limtlior Felix Feltner, to be put in tho bank for him. When the facts concerning the alleged bribery were brought out In the trial, and subsequently Felix Fettnor put a claim for the money, on the ground that It was deposited In his name, and Ills, Stose Feltner also claimed It as Circuit Judge J. M. Ronton, bofore.whoin the matter was brought up for .hearing, decided that the money was no (tainted with fraud that neither of the Felt-ner- s was .entitled to It. Of course the man, whom Feltner alleged gavo It to him as a brlbf, never showed up to o'alm It, and It was left in tlie bank, whore It has remained ever since, wltli no rightful owner. Several times members ot one fatitlon of the other liave laid claim to tho money, but so far none of them lias been able to gut It out of tho vaults of the bank. The latest claimant for this mysterious II.OiiO Is B. Fult Kronen, the former Perry county feud ileader,who was indirectly associated with the trials. French, who resides at .Winchester now, seeks to get iposscsslon of the money, on an attachment, which he has sued out, and tlie case is now pending for settlement In tlie Clark County Circuit Court. Rut those acquainted with will the litigation believe that French Is have a hard time to prove .that he legally cntltl. d to It, and tho latent sugostlon ito bo made relative to . the use of this (1,000 Is tliat .It be u,pplkd to raising a monument aver "Deacon" IM Caluihan as tho last of the fighting lireathitt county iuudists. pap l ft till cr certainty of good fit. If you don't get them all here, we'll give you back your money. This is the only place and the only way to get 4 certainty in clothes. 1 Suits $18 and Up. Barnes' Special Suits Cdpyrifbt 1909 bf H.ti Schiffncr & Mtfi $7.50 to $15.00. E. P. BARNES Fonts-vlll- e J. II. Ghussoock was in Monday on .buslneso. Miss Harnett K. Felix jM'iit Sunday In FordsvIHe the (guest iof friends. Miss Ile.ssle Glass,.siL'k spent sovfrnj days In FordsvIHe vLsUlng relatives. Wllbert K. Hall was In Fordsillle Monday on business. llev. Christy Gentry, of Klngswnol, jKistor of the ne.w MetliodLst tUuircli liere, oppolntnv-n- t filled Ids Siitunlay und Sunday at noon and night. Our editor was In W.hltesvlllo and FordsvIHe Saturday In ,tho interest of the Crescent Journal. itcv. It. T. Harper, of Hoar Dfini. was a visitor at the Methodist churph Sumlay night, also quite a crowd of young pnople from Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 11. jThompson, of Cnayley, J.a,, nro tlie g;ucst of Mrs. Thomttson's jutrents, Mr. and Mrs. It. Lyons. Mrs. James Garrison, and little won. Douglas, are .the guests of their aunt, Mrs. William II. Lyons. Notice in Bankruptcy. Mr. Joseph Allen was ihero from Hoslne, In tlie District Court of the United Monday. ut States for the Western District Mr. Levi Skaggs. of GnecnSiburg-Ky., Kentucky. iwsscd .thru hero Suivlay en routo to 11. Glasscock, In the Matter of James Central City. Uankrupt. Mr. ,Uwen Ilaz.lwood luis returnol To .tho creditors of Jamea ,H. Glisscoek from Harper, Kansas, uflvr several of Olaton, In thu County of Ohio, and months stay. District aforesaid, bankrupt. Mr. Arthur Mitchell is able to W out lvon that nil thu Notice is hereby again after several daj lUtuiss of (chills. llth day of May, A. U.y ltd:', tho said Mr. John Miller was (glvcai 11 suijprlse James II. Glasscock was duly adjudlci-te- il blrtlwlay dinner ;it Ills homo near Fiirl.J Iviukriipt, and that the first meetaland on Monday. A i!oasaut time Is ing of creditors will bo held at the reported 11s luivlng ibeen spent by all law office of Dean & Dean, In Owiein-borpresent. Tho names of those present Kentucky, on the IKli day ot June, could not be learned. A. D., 191:! at 2. P. M at which time Mrs. M. Hall was tlwi iguest of the said creditors may attend, provo Janus W. Jlall in fluiy.su ttounty, their claims, uppolnt a trustee, I'.xam-In- e Sunday. the Uankrupt, und tnansoct such Hro. Har'er, of IKwver Vaim, will otlier business us may properly (omo bo. preach here next Saturday wnd .SumLxy, fore .sold meeting. wo understand. Also Urn. C rowe, of Petition filed May 10. J9I2. Dundee, will .bo 4WHI1 us on Friday nighty . J. a. , Tlio Methodist jnentlng is .scheduled Heteroe hi Ilankrupt'y. begin here June loth. Owensboro, Ky., May 31, 1912. ItoA picnic will bo lvcn Jicre June th, . BRO. z-- A i 'I BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. ed Saturday from DoanfleM where they had been visiting relatives. l Miss Oauiii Moseley, ILirtford, last week with Mrs. O. W. l.lvla Civil went to Owensboro Saturday to liave un opemtion performed upon her nose. Mrs. Anna Gorman and son Walter, will leave this week to sp.nd the summer at Karllngton with 'her husband. Mr. J. II, Wheatley went to Owensboro this morning on business. Joe Hob EUls and 11. H. MeCarty went to tough Illver Saturday to fUh for t a short .while. P. A. Howard has moved into his now two story dwelling which he bad built this spring. It Is situated In the edge of town on the Oklahoma road. The Daviess County M'dicul fticlety will meet with U10 Doctors at WJiltyf-vlll- o on Tuesday, June 1Mb. The Uidies Christian Aid Society of tho Christian church will give an Ico cream Mipper at I.ltaey's factory on next Saturday night. sp-nt1 , I OLATON. Mr. frleruLs here ond to Olntnti poplnews of his midden death une great shuck. tho n EAST VIEW. v . . May 30. Farmer arc busy' lwJng and pbintlng corn ami setting tobacco. Aunt llettle Uilu; fell ono day Vast week and liroko her hip. ,Wc four ''tlio . worst on account of hor- - lyje. John K. Taylor's wife, who swallowed a pin last week Is up again, but aho was In a serious condition .for a wjille. The pin lodged In lior brwwit.. Dr. Gordon, of Maxwell, plled a physic from Owensboro, and ho pushed tlw pn down Into her stniiuu.'h. , Nnws Is seance now as people nrc toa busy to do any visiting, buying or r. . .siill-liu- Beach Harg ii Hospital Attendait ,Wll-Ha- o, 1km-so- to eyu sptvlallsts In but thu treatment gao only temporary rollef. Now Hargbi Is acting as a nurse In tho hofcpital, it Is wild that a vigorous effort will bo nuulo In llw next month 'ir two to get a pardon for llargls. and it tills falls that application will tie hiade for jarolo Immediately after Hargls has served tlie wceswry five years, he not being cllglbii. until he has nerved five yiars of a life senUnee. Frankfort, Ky June 3. On account of wrak eyes und lioart tr.inlV,IVi:h I Inrglsilayer of his father, Judge James Hargls, formerly feudal lmlor of Uroatlt Itt county, lias becui taken off tho on. tract .work at the Frankfort penitentiary! mid assigned to the hoxjiJtnl lis an attendant. Hnrgis, who Is only 20 years "old has not linen well since his conflneimnt In the penitentiary, his eyes glvlius liliu a great deal of trouble. He liaihw.n i 11 For Sale. Great big Ice box. Suitable for large family, reataiiruut or boarding house. Will oll ulicup. Seo W. H, ItlLKC, 15,f , ! dj-:an- . hn Hartford, iiy.' Injured at Coal Mm. I'rentls, Ky., May 28.-- pro-duc- e, y. strr ilr.. Uogfn Pol-lo- o liappenedJlo u. nat aooldent yeata- We wish to extend our most sincere doy Willie drlvliuf at II. B, iMw t ln,V oo.ll tlianka to the iKilghbors and friends for bank on tlie lvor pear y. their kindness In the laftt illness The rope which Jield the , "tumbling- and pole" gave way lottlnif Jvo polelsnock uoatli of our ibeloved inotlier, Mm. Dully B. Pork, who departed this life Mr. Pollock over an, cjibankment. more lib), hnune, route 1, Friday May 27, 1912. afternoon. than twenty teot Jilh.. Jits skull 1b Ilo lifid Just returned from 'mill We also wish to express our and crushed; toealdcH .wtlier Injuries. Dr. thanks to her old neighbors ond (rlonda I was talking with bla wife, when death V. T. .Willis, of lJcavcr Jaim ond 0k who assisted In lading her away In herjacejii end' In a momen,t time had gent-laAJIen, of CroiuweU, were num. ' ' reMln place, by ih Bide of loved ly wafed his spirit a,way. Mr. Petns moned. , Mr, Pollock .waa raaeatlv aiarrled to one ,who had preceded' tor to Uiemb. Iwasan'oed man and an (Ad soldier. H wa widely known amd had (manylllM Peart Mawle, ox BuUr BBR CHILDflBM. , , Card of Thaiks. jit Is Mild. ; Mrs. Lynch and daughter, Miss Kssle j LyniJi, of FriedalaiMl, were uets of Mrs. Jane liyton, Hunday. Itev. F. M. Farrls was Jn FordsvIHe Tuesday on business. Mr. Jasper Peters ded suddenly at ihr, ' I st 0r "' fc tt Kutyt . Advtrtlec your wants can. In The Itepubll f. tyvll-- r Mid-SiMi- er Millinery I Mr. I.. lC lnncy was n pTTssant at thin office Saturday. t'omn to Itarnard & Co"s. (Jultk Reduced prims on nil Urn:. Kale- - AOKNTS Htoiirmhlp Titanic Disaster. Complete, Authentic, Biggest book, Host Tcnns, .Sample hook 10c. Addnss. I'iiM!hcrs (Kstnbllshcd 1W7) Lake, sldo HuL'dlm?, Chltnso. 4413. GGQQG&QQ&QQG&GQ&&QGGQQGGQ& Na-tlon- nl AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER and Return V ! I .' J - U " (, V y. MUs Icmi Trout, Cromwill, nml Miss Dam Gertie Mevns, City, p.itd our ntflro n I'rof. II. II. Iirnun mt family were plcatint villi Wednesday. Mb Trout visiting In Cromwell tills week. who lias ton visiting friends nnd rein-tlvFor line (iwillty printing of liny kind heio for seernl iluys, returned cnll on The Hartford Republican. homo yesterday. Tiiylnr nml Essie King vMtcd Mr. 1.vp Sandorftj, wfi Is connwlod frlmiLs In llttckport, Ky., Sunday. with a laws 4icmpany In ht. quick Kate, iiulck selling prices rut Iouls, was vlsltltid rolajUvrn njid frknds , In thLs county lat and called on IIAUXAKI) & CO. to the ciilkl old frltndg In Hartford. durJm: ( hi While It lasts, "Bed llock" 30c Coffee short tuy In Kentucky. 41tf. for Zc cosh at U. S. Cnrsons. Itev. C. !'. Ilai'tfrinl, whose pastoral Lie IJwn Collars 10c Quick .Sale. work Is ut Allensllle, Ky hut whole IIAUNAIID & CO. family resides In this city, lllvcrod a I'rof. 13. . Howard, of jieur Denver splendid Kirinon at tho court hous", SunDam, paid tho Itnpnbllcnn u pleasant cal day evcnlni;, fllllnB tho uliU for the In itlie yard of tho capltol .building at pulpits Sunday tlvat Monday Is "Cl-jiTuesday. ptuitor, IV'V. T. V.' Joiner. Frankfort. The county Judges In nch Up IJay."' '"Cleanliness is next to Godll. Mr. H. II. Turns, of Kipiallty, 111., Mr. Sara CollltiB Smith n Fnlrs'--wan- ts county. The committee met Monday an-- nes," so saltli the scriptures. In who has been visiting frlonds and relto show ou nunc novel tlis a committee of three to sqlcct the tree Millinery. atives In O,hlo county for .osvtTail (weeks, to represent their county, and accordNotice paM The Itefiulillcan a mil Tlucday. Ho ingly Judge Wedding a,tpp!nted Messrs. llnck'tt's Gape Cure kills the worms will rwiialn Jn this county for ii(bout U. S. Carson, Dr. J. R. Plrtlo and ,1. To the Trustees and Teachers of Ohio as well as the Germs. For mle by Ohio two weeks before rettimlrut lwxmc. Ney Foster to solect n. tree for The different division board' Ohio county. County Drug Co. county. The ocmndttoo met Monday and aro called to meet at the following Almo-anMiss Martina Bennett, ,wiio has been 111. J. II. 1ij1, of Fordsvllle, Is visit-In- g places, for tho purpose of electing dccldod upon a sugar tree to represent her iwirents, Mr. ami )Im, J. M. teaclilnff at Milton, Oregon, for several this county. The tree will ibe planted In teachers for the ensuing soliopl year. months, has been elected to a position Rogers, of CiyimwiPlI. Division No. 1, Barnott's Creek Church. nuar future. as teacher ut Mjltnn, Tonn., and will the c soon bo here. season will Division No. 2, Fordsvllle The School onter ujion her duties the.ro ilils fall. Bulkllng. Let The Hartford Republican print you For Sale at a Bargain. At present she Is vlsltlnR In Portland, Division No. 3, Dundee School building. bills for tho Ore.jbut will roturn to .upend the summer Motor Boat equipped with a 6 h. p. Division No. 4, Mt. Pleasant. , If you would enjoy a dlsli of pure, rich hero with her parents, llqv. nnd i (Mrs, Gray Motor. Speed 12 miles an hour. Division No. 5, Green Briar. Ice Cream made from whole Cream, try It. D. Uennett. Boat Is one season old and in first class Division No. 6, Centertown. condition. For further particulars, call OHIO COUNTY DRUO CO. "The Vulture's Claw" Is full of Chris All moetlnigs arc railed to convene at on or address this office. 1 See Fair's New .Mattings, Floor Oiltlonlty, complications comedy, romance 9 a. m., June 29, 1912. We have made special preparations to furnish Druggets. and tragedy and written by Rev. C. F. cloth, Umpirliti, Hugs ;m,d Land Area of the United States All teachers should file application Mid-Summ- er We everybody with Wlmberly, who held the Methodist rePrions uiul ntyles ar watlsfaetory. In The census bureau has been figuring with the Secretary of the d'vt81!0" vival In Hartford recently. It Is a wonwhich ho expects to tcjacji prior to tho Mr. Frank May Jios returned home from are receiving every week the new "fads" for hot weathup the area of the United . States with Oklahonui, where lie Jra.s been eniWLtfOd derful book and vf are offering it and out counting the lakes, rivers and other above date. Teachers .should be present Itepubllcan for one year for wear. So you are looking for the latest, call and 1.0'. The i In itilntlivK several lnrue .ontr.i(rt. water surfaces, and finds It to be 1,90: so contracts may ,bo signed. All"trustes Send your orders before books ore exhaus are urged to be present as ithere are many 2S9.600 acres, or very nearly 3,000,'riO Mrs. Sara Collins Smith, who will take special see all sizes and ed. lee Crcnm ffltf things that wilt be explained relative to square miles. Of this land area 87S, S. J--. KING. lowest prices. year. pains in helping you in your selection. the School work for the next Kveiy tcacjicr who can do so should 798,000 acres are included ,in farms. I5tt Hartford, Ky More tlian ever before, .the trustee will atttnd the Jjotiiavillu .mooting of the See us also for New Slippers, Late Hosiery, Sheer be a factor In the soliool work beioausa For llcst Mason Fruit Jars call on Kentucky IvcliKatlon.-on Association Enjoyable Pound Supper. ' ho Is more responsible for the atteivdanca l.".tf S. 1.. KING, to make you White ( ioods, Lawus, in fact They sliould go to think Juno Tlicre was a pound supper given at tha and for tlie general management of the liurtfonl, Ky. nnd to work. Thoy should ao with the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ernlo Wallace, of comfortable. And remember school than ever. KL.RCTR1C lASSAGE at Taylor's Har Idea of getting isomotlijiw for itlie boys the No Creek neighborhood, Saturday HENRY LEACH, Supt. and girls of this county. They should ilght June 1. ber Shop. Something new for the face and scalp. Try It and be. pleawd. 4."tl bring hack home nuuiy u thought, and present were: Mrs. Those iMartha many a new Idea and greater inspiraISO CREEK Shown, Misses Mabel Park, SaJlIo MotMr. J. Ney Foster left rniiiinwlny niorn-In- g tion. ley, Geneva Shown, Violet Barnard, MaJune B. Farmers are very 'busy plant. a busintsv) trip to Huntington, for sister, Ing and preparing the soli for their At tho last sossUin of J'iVit,1 Court bel Webb, Merle Bennolt, and V. Va. He was iiccoiiipanltid bj ,Mrs. Bennet,t,Mat-ti- e crops. of Ohio county, ,whlch adjourned Saitur-da- y Colone; Cor.i Trogden, Foster. toHicks, and sisters, lJiora and Demi, Some few have finished setting uftcrnoon it .was voted that Ohio Miss Nora Weildlng luus returmsl from county meet itlie S,tate .with one hilt Messrs. Erton King, Malon Benton.God-fre- y bacco. tlowlltu; CJrocn, .whtro she )i:is Ikvh and Ell Benpett, Bob Ward, Estls llev. Ell Wesley preached Sunday at Nor,m.l of tho rental for the Itilicnuls storeliiouse takliiK sjieolaJ work In .the uudlenie, on Main stwet, wiiicli will he insert as Hudson, Ina and Claud Moxley, Charlie Wesley Chapel to a iarge School. of and Walter Foster, Orvllle and Auburn' among wliom were Mrs. J. B. Tappan, an armory fior tho livtit company Mr. C. K. JlorrLson luw returned from Stnto Ouarits. Work will begin y Tlohenor, Ernest ajid Everett Ilunson, and Miss Emma Park, of Hartford. Huzanl, Ky., where ho has been hkiu" Mrs. Mollte Ellis and son. Master Edon tho first floor of the hulW-In- g Roy Bennett, Lemon Lake, Annlt AshtioXT.il wl In thu rallraul work for ley, Robert Davis, Clyde Delaney.Qmer ward, visited Jier daughter Mrs. Chaster for use of tho company. months. Wallace, Clarence Wand, Claud and Oran Ward at .McHenry .tills week. Many who have read "Tho Vulture's Mrs. William Vanover, Owensboro.ls Mr. Mcllenry Holbrook Jius roturned Claw" pronounce it to be one of the Maples, Claud Webb, Iee Hicks, Noble one rt from Whvchostex.Ky., where Ire has born greatest of the later books. It is filled Balnd, Arthur Haven, Tomlo Hanley.Gil-be- spending .the week with her son,, Mr. Westenfleld. P. D. Twoddell and family. we attending cliool In Kentucky Wvstoyan with genius and holds the reader's atof r All reported a good time and a nice Master James Cham,berla!n, who has College. tention from the first Jn Intense, thrillisupper. been on the alck list, lis convalescent. food ng- Interest with not a dull page. The Mr. D. D. Felix Jias re,turnisl from Miss Myrtle WJlford left for Anderson-vll- le Uexliigtoji, where he was a stu;de!rt In plot Is strikingly developed amidst tho yesterday to bo at the ped .side , Attention, Company H! Kentujcky Statu University for ithe past rare beauty of the Kentucky hills. The The members of Com.pany H are, di- of Miss Mallssa Ruby, .who Is dangerousHartford Itepubllcan one full year and school year. top-notc- h rected to report at the armory for drill ly sick; "The Vulture's Claw" all for 11.G0. 39tf. Mr. Djivld Moreland, of Waynesboro. and Instruction at 7:30 p. m., Saturday, Miss Kathleen Stevens, of Owensboro, T.lvo funeral and Interment of ,Mr. E. D. Miss arrived Tuesday to look After June 8, and on each Saturday proceeding has arrived to be the guest of relatives prematters and visit friends here Tatum, wjio died at ihls homo on routa the date set tor encampment, at the for several days. 2. iSatfurdpy. was 'held at lUie MjaDqweU hour named. Mr. Isaac Bennett went to Louisville for a fuw days. e cemetery Sunday afternoon. In the Capt. DeWeese ,wlU be with the pam last week gs a delegate to the Sta'.o Mr. Wallace W. Wedding, of Oklahoof a large circle iOf friends and Democratic convention. ma City, arrived In this city .Wednes- relatlvios. Tjhe ceremony was iconiliwtod pany eigaln, after an absence of three Although no decoration services were) months, and it Is desired .that every mem day ito Ijo tho euest of his d&t.lter.JiUdge by HarXtond Camp No. 202, Woodmen of held in this community many a witherher available attend this drill. II. It. Weddlnjr, for a Xow dais. We was the World, of which Xlie deceaaed A rifle contest will be held on the ed boquet can be seen at the different 40 ADLElt-I-KUie new German Rem- a member. Mr. .Tatum wus about the grave by-- a friend Earllnston ranee in August. A qplendld cemetery, left-a- t We apprestomach yeans old and leaves a wMe and three range for Company H. is to be buUtin or loved one. edy for eprndldtls, or any children. trouble, on sale at Its a few days in order to qualify on we OHIO COUNTV DnUG CO. McHtvnry Camp of Woodmen of Pay Your Taxes. the members and train a rifle team for tho EarJington contest. Taxes for year 1912 are now due, and We will pay cash for Ginseng, Yellow World and Mcllenry Lodge of J. O. O. F. C. B. SHOWN, 1 Lieut. we are ready to receive same. Root and Mayapple must be well drl;d held their annual memorial exercises ut ,T. H. BLACK. nlace Sunday afternoon. Tho lodges that and Ginseng not split or strung. We're To Deliver Pooled Wool. met at their lolls, and formed a pro Sheriff Ohio County. iUt MOOKE & SON. W.H. cession nnd marched as one body to .The pooled wool will be received at AV. 11. Taylor and family left the cqmatery. where the craves of deceas Judge Beaver Dam Monday June 10. Pleo-iT. R. Gets South Dakota. MVydnrsdnv near ed brothers were decorated. Attorney dnliver on tliat day as there will only fu- - their new home Sioux Falls, S. D June Is regretted that Otto C. Martin, of this city, Williams Mines. It bo one day of delivery. from the Soujlh Dakota primary our city is to lobe lids estimable .un- the memorial addnv. Music was" Sec'y. D. JJ.STEWART, election Indicate that tlie plurality for thu ity. hy Uio Uickpont and Centertown Roosevelt delcgaUs may reach 15,000. For brass lands, ajid tlie ceiomonles were at Some Clean Up Ideas. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslto Hoover mid little Governor returns from about halt the tendud by wiveral hundred. A fviw days ago there was a plean-u- p daughter, of MmIIboiivIUp, arrived lat precincts gave Bryno a Acad of about T.CO day at OwlngsvHle, Indiana. Tho slo. over Kgan. Kentucky wus novcir M muuli ullvo Friday to bo tho eucsts of Mr. Jt. T. For Congress Thomas SterHoover and tanUly and otlier rvlatlv)s to the ixliiLvitloruiI welfare of her chil- gan of the people on that occasion was ling's friends claim his nomination over dren. This Interest will and sliould epigrammatic nnd was as follows: tor a few days. Senator Gamble by about 8,000 plurality. "A town Is us clean as Its people." porduoo properly splendid results If Returns thus far received 1n the SecEr. IVKar .latjdobuor, of Howell Station, guided. "An ounce of prevention Is worth u ond congressional district give Congress-- , Educational Tho Kentucky home after u abort Association whlqh Iiul., has Toturned nie.cts ut Louisville ndund of cure." man Rurkc, for rcnomlnuilon, u lead of visit hero tlie gueat of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. on Juno "Let every body <qvel, .rake and hum. about 800 oer CiniUss.liis nearest Itcpub-lloa- n is ho clearlixg house C. Sohlummir and Mr. Robert liuterwvs for odUitutloiuil thoiisht and aiutlon Let the cleansing smoke ascend to the opponent. Congressman Martin (3 Men's Puro Silk Socks Xp at Fairs'. sor aid family. and every progresslvo teacher in Kun sklos." conceded ito have won i the TJilid dl. Quick Sale commences Thursday at "While you are cleaning don't forget bo present on tltat occonyilMe returns from tr.lct. Nearly Mrs. J. W. NewUnd and llttto daughie) tucky should Barnard & Go's. attends the backyard." ' and casion. Each teacher who MJUihell show that Jn the First CongresiOf JUNE 7. Vlrgliiltt Belle, FIUDAY, Deshler, Ohio, "It is In tho hack yard In whicjiyour sional dLstriot C. H. Dillon, of Yankton, Miss Mary' Taylor Is vUltlng In Louis-vlll- e Miss Amagllla Render, of Mollorvrysweiv should take a new Idea with him uud inay he Judged and your bo prepared to carry many back real has a lead of about 800 over O. L. Brantho guests of Mr. W. 11. Burton uud this week. health estimated." twine. son, of .Mitchell. family last wu,ck. & E. Kailroad Time Table M. H. "An hour's work cleaning up the tprem Get Fairs' prices on Millinery, filiey The" revival services, which we.rashed-ule- d Ises may save you months of JUnons.'' at Hartford, Ky. will interest you. Before you buy Paint tills spring g.'t to be heftd Jn this city mine wmeM Look the First Page. family. "Sweep out tlie whale jjexm L. ft N. tlH card effective Monday Hoe Quick Halo Xaaces and Embroideries "our below" wholesale prlcos on paint. ugo by tlie First Christian OUuroli, but You will find a yellow slip. It has Plant a flqwer In memory of t,he disWe are not going- to handle paint after Auc . 21fit delayed, will begin hone next Sunday. ease gorjns.'' printed on It your name, and a data thl season. . . at Baniard & C'o's. 112 North Bound due 7:1 The services .will bo under the direction The date shows the time "Make tlie .back yard Pay a dividend after it COUNTY DRUG CO. OHIO Mr. John BlaJr, route 3, paid The dally vsmt Suaday. assisted In eood health. See if yo,u can make when your subscription expires. If toe of the pastor, Eldar, Wright, . m. u call'Satunlay. M 3:4 114 Nortk Bound Now U the time to buy a igood Culti- by the Roy L. Brown Evangollst Co. the dividend larger than that of your date Is prior to February, 1912. your ftwday. daily ate one. Dr. Brown.wlio comes highly Tooommond-e- neighbor." Hon.M. L. Iloavrln tnaniacted huadnew vator It you are goln to buy subscription to the paper has expired. i av 1:46 lie South Bound In Louisville this week. will be ansisted iby C. 'Kmmqtt SnyCall and see my stock, anyway, i "Cftean up so the fly will jiass on in It you' find such is the case, please give Buaday. dally der, uliorua director, and Jt. Ltflghton his scorch tor filthy premises. Be first ths Blatter your very prompt attention. tttr 3. I KINO, m. 1:4 Plenty of Seed Potitoe mi U. S. Car. ' Beast dua N US aw crowds to clean up In your neighborhood." , Hartford. Ky. Brown, Jr., cornetlst. Great Either come to THU REPUBLICAN of. , ' 4R( dally BMi Saadar. iou'e hear these poonle In every olty, and "Clean up your premises so that nox flcs and pay a year in advance, or If , Mr. J. A. .King-- of Beaver Dam, call-eH. B. MiaCHKl they are to meet with abundant ious odors know 4t not and (overs Vu you are not coming to town soon, send Mr. Harry 0'Banronl luft (Wednesday at UU office Monday and renepred sujcoeaa sure city. in our afternoon for a business trW ito Alabama. his faith to The JfepubUpan. H us a check. We must have all our sub- it." )tp .New.Tlw for Men at Falr'. The minliUrs of the town of Owjlngs. scriptloos paid up promptly In advance been a constant ubc,nber to this pa. A resolution was passed iiy tlie last Some opccial price On Man' Vow at F,li9'.i So hsn m center per since Km BUbUcatlon, nearly twvnty- - Legislature tor each county lit the vllle were requested .through the local ' and If you ars behind ws know that iv,n win miriunt in 'Men's fihlrtl I x State to. lelect a tree to be planted press to announce from 4hclr respective you eiicply overlooked the natter. J Hv ' .., ivifN. s, ,., v counUr. J lfc i lr.- M From Hartford to Beaver ts Ml-v- car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. w-k- CO. VVS5GSgSrfreVVa &, K.y. COOPER n I'lc-Ni- l'lc--Nl- their Millinery. er if anything It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. i 1&&2'(96, just in quality. Ea I i.ime-dlatel- line but in the selection of put our lines of merchandise, your, interests first That means every product you buy here not only must be pure and NOT in prime condition, but of Whether you purchase fresh produce or pared foods, your assurance of purity and quality bus-lmv- pres-enc- are just the same.. want you to know more about our mewant you to rchandiseour methods. offer is a satisfacciate that everything: tion guaranteed basis. in business here to make friends and to KEEP them. e I ns dulU-ero- d Grocery Iter'sMEAT MARKET AND KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, "J--- 7 Hartford Republican. cdvu-acte- r oi N. N. N. ut da d, At ' d ...i ... Cut-Shoe- s .JCLL ) o ?-- , W$ - Hf $& ;v frW t "'- l""lf"MMWIWMIIiJ Mnwniw(!tujujvMMiuiMuyaM;. 4 i WHO IS THE JISE .An Unknown QUY? um fit, so nil th boys will know still living. Kvvt your frlrnd, Jno. OllmbimrncTgrotcmstlmeboUtcnlnlik doo MYSTIC BABYLON Hogwallow News. Directory County Ohio Circuit Court Hen U. Klngo, Attorney; W. 1'. Mldklff, FeJailer; V.. O. llarrnsn. Clerk; V. lix, Master Coinnilxloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Vund: T. II. Hlnck. Slier- - A er, New-jwr- t, AND HER DAUGHTERS Weighed In the Balances and ) T. P. Dlrkhcad, Judge; Ky. , I. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law "Dopesant" Could Shout for Joy. "I want to thnnk nu from the hot. of my heart," wrote V. It. Under, or l.i wfobiujr, W. Va., "for Uie wonderful Political Situation Found Wanting. i . double benejit I got from Ktcrtrlc Hit. t j ters in curing mo of liotli n -- cvore Pastor Russell Explains the Double In State and National Affairs of tomah trouble and of rheumatism, Significance of the Word "Babylon." from which 1 had Iwcn nn almost helpProtestant Denominations Born Un- Keeps Identity Con. for ten car. It ultcd my less sufferer der the Intoxicating Influence of Fade ono a though mado Jiwn for me." l'"r cealed. Theories Misuse of "Golden Cup." dysiKTIa. mdipwttlon, Jaundice, nnd to IlrooUlyn. N. ., rid the nyrtivm of kidney poisons thU June 2. 1' net or (Lexington Loader.) cnufe rlKiinuitlsm. Klectrlc Hitters' hnvo Htisvcll ntlilrcssvd Try tlcm. Kvery Kittle ' no equal. An envuiopo addtxws'jd "Col. P. n larpc nutllcncc Only U) cents at LllADUU, Lexington, guaranteed to satisfy. KdKor npaln In the Acnd m all druglst. "Cincinnati, ciny of Music. Ills .postmarked Ky.," topic WHS, "TliP fails anil Loxlneton Train No. V, Full of My s 1912," to brought lay, 30, XI. P. O., Ilabylotl." Ills text: lllf, Hartford. licpiiUcS. O. Kiun, HAIlTKOItD, KY. l'ani, II. 1'. .lon.H, lumlo ft, Hun Will practice bis iiroftl(m " It i. riinmrrd Uint Joffir.on 1'otlrKka 'lord. W. 1', Harp, ln Uiltt lUiamc. Court toll- .... :, . Kl t marnl,,! for ,ho third ,"; f!1ll;:Kts.'1V,J'iKy:l;i,., and ndJirinJng oounUos. Commercial ! many ixmiJe's A mi sintlm.nt tui wt'ks, tiilnl .Motxlny in OiIoIkt and Criminal PmcJicu a Spuclalty, "comiVy Court.--i.nniM this third term jinvuvdlhui. 11. Wedding. Judge; I U. r.v I lut went to Tirklllc lh flrl of the week to iwituh the train tump In. II. brought a bottle of train smoke ba-ul!Jl him. Rit'Uiw k Yam Sinn urrltrd home Thurluy e nine wearing a new mule collar tluit , at Itoundllig Hlllowp. ' "'' mDiJ tic s,m,'i' f'H ut of a wild iIutij- ,ri;o ln th- Orumler Civik nomU other day. NVt time ho will Olnili nolhliiK but tame cherry trees. '" "' A tramp nkid for a drink ln a In. commendable ,ieonorny nnd The request was gnuitel, name. If abbreviating his Christian when In tlie act of drinking the profthbj veracious chronicler of passing fered beverage one of Uie oting men he known cvente will make himself present ouUlmcd: may secure profitable employment .u? Is s,peech. It a Stop Make us nampaign humorist, as the coming poor liquor that doesn t loosen a oontost promises to bo tragic enough man's tongue." to nood a little livening up. Here Is the down swallowed The tramp what the unknown gays of Kentucky liquor conied drink, and as tho and National politics: straightened lie tlirough his blood Louisville, Ky., May 30, 1912. tiiem with himself and stood before Mr. 8. J. ltoberts, a grace and dignity whlcJi all his Editor 'of Leader, and dirt could not osscure. Lexington, Ky. to"1 look "Gentlemen," he said, waiting for my Sir: While Dear night at you and myself, jmd It soenis train to return home otter Uie Ertvit to me that I look upon the picture lielJ convention of 1912, Democratic of manhood. TJls bloated lace was i nthla beautiful city, I thought best onco as handsome as yours; tills to cive you a few of the details, think- shambling figure was once as proud ing ithey mbjht be of Interest in gen. as yours, for I was a man of the cral. 1, too, once Ji.ul u world of men. I left my home in Newport on yes- homo position. and friends aad having heard what terday. Just offer had a wife as beautiful as an artist's to your friend had done Roosevelt priceless but I dropped dream, tho Tart in Hew Jersey, and I thought of pearl of her honor and icspect Into you at onoe, as 1 knew you were a folCleopatru. a cup of wJne, and llko lower of Mr. Tlaft, but for wh.vt Teason saw it dissolve, then quaffed It ilown cpuld not explain, as it scenu the in the brimming draught. I Jind chilwhole country", Democrats and all, are dren sweet and pure ns tlie flowers hollering Teddy. and and saw them fade of spring, AVfl Now as to our convention here. a curse of die under the blighting to the equal almost had n corker, drunken father. 1 had a home where ' 18D9. Music Hall convention of lo,o lit its flames upon tlie altar and McCrcary My dear friend. Governor before it but 1 put out ministered won out, defeating that great We OUie the holy fire, and daiknoss and desoJames, but when a man reminds Mm. I had aslation reigned In Its stead. vlt what else could he expect. Also pirations which soared as high as jaaw Watterson, Cantrll, Klair and the morning star, but I broke and Kimball take the sume dose. bruised those and beautiful forms, days strangled Now, If you will wait a few them that I might hear the more you will see some of the IUspub-lkxToday I am a huscries no more. get some of the officeholders band without a wife, a father withmedicine that Is (similar, and I expect out a child, a tramp without a home they are like some of our people fhey and a man in whom every impulse Is saw where When I first need it. up 'dead. All liave been swallowed BerrymaTi. ThrockCombs, Walker. In the maelstrom of drink." morton and a nunvlxr of other Ihv speaking. Tho tramp ceasud had coma out for Colonel glass fell from his nervous flngcis. were crazy, .Roosevelt I thought th-s nnd shattered Into a thousand they know a.4 if but It now looks on tlie floor. doors were The what Utey were doing and the other pushed open and shut again, and ones. How Is ore the crazy fellows when the group Looked up tho tr,ini Smith Col. Dick Stoll, and Mr. was gone. feeling now? Is a true And this, gentle reader. my Although a Democrat, some of tale, the tramp at one time havlni-beeJtepubllcnns, such boat friends tiru attorat one time u prominent clever follows as yourself, Morris Gal- - ney at Tiffin. Woodvllle News. -- vJn, Sixth; collector of the Dick lamest, Ludlow Petty, collector of the X'lfU), and my old friend. Captain FOR FLETCHERS and Senajtor .Bradley. Throckmorton thoy iiy tlie way, how did It happen Tliat is th first itb not together?, The Grand Chorus. time 1 ever knew thorn .to le ivparjl but at that 1 believe tho CVLptaln has T thousand birds ail singing. the bcM of It this time. Tunes tluit sound so swnat and five! W'J1 wlwnovcr jou coine Ho Nw-jioA thousand flogs all 'bringing; alwaH know the latuJi tning i Songs to swell the early igloe. out nnd ready ou. for If riVddy A thousand brwnos blowilrig jjets in I to hee a great many Through tho lciuiw with soft refrain. oljanged In Old Kentucky. my AVheio sunbeams softly glowing Ah train is about to leave 1 will have to Call th! blikSMims foith .w;alu, cWfo, iv IUi H'guriU .tu all of niv A thouund Inserts chiming Jtcpublkians friends, and Domooiats, Willi u striuly nuto and icltar, an-- i 1 will add, If jou u And Uu tlMiiihaud piNtts iihjmlng o iKixIre, etui Jut this litter in jour Iwmo If you To infoiiu us siulng- Is line. Ilv. some ttie LEADEU office on Friday pollitlc.U Interesting1 and valuable "dope" from a writer ,who concealed the ulpliabct Me identity by working .lthougti hLs jurramo, on uvcntlme Testimony of a Tramp. n. exercising -- ras 1 ui y frus-ment- n Children Cry CASTORI A rt eu.t I YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads ! ! And INoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards other printed forms are given Special Attenton In the Republican . Job Department. " i. "T,1,LcrB',ly. f,cr ?. 'onday AIilrcM expressions therefore In Revelation. . juoniiav im Thursday after Ohio Counts' bearing upon Mystic Babylon, were "v "'"'"....ee siane,. over u uie inun- fer prophetic of Systems and conditions deration neighborhood the other Liv with i 2nd Mon.ia r, i ' C"""".1?.- - nurdy HART ORO . Y. y; j ':uiuer. j but Monday in "f f'ph' r,dy man. er 2nd which have since n risen in tbe Church. a kit of flowers for a ! AH Matters Given Prompt AttenTbe word Babylon has a double sig- ehangeil tlielr jnlnds iKjforo tarrying out Monday In MuyKrlday'iirnJr 3rd "iton PENSION AFFIDAVITS ,My nificance tbe Gate of God also Con- the movenunt. 2nd Mou' tion. vfrnbir. that It would day In SPECIALTY. fusion. bo better to wait until tli,e man filed. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Babylon's Golden Cup. Under tbe figure of a woman clothed Miss Kill tie Belcher luis uppearisl,iUong SI'Crowc JuJe: OTTOC. MAUTI.f In purple and warlet the Mother Sys- with the flowers :uid other jmtur.il Ixuii-tit- s MrKF.NNKl S. tem of Babylon, centuries ago, "made of spring, with a new pink drc-s.all nations drunk with her wine." the fits both going and coming, livery- doctrines which she had In her "gold' that S3.. """ "' "- en cup." (Itev. xvli. Tbe "golden ' """ " r. W. jTUoan". lhe htittons have not yi been put I'. represents the Bible. It was1'1'! Ky. misused when the wine of false doc- - on, but until then she will vt; pins, - K' U- 1,enJoii alid U. trine was put Into It when the Bible K. fowe?' Uie tnw KEL1QIOUS SEIlVlrsva was claimed as authority for the erro- - Whlte !"'"k "ni,r n'eOUS 1'" teachings Of the Dark Ages. Gimlet vieek roiul the otlur day. Kit a & SeX-?wpnrlne The Intoxicating Ine which made the Smith was hit on the Ju.oi by wnn- - day in each monfh. SSnff? SH,?2?c Life, Accident, SicK nations drunk, and led them to sup- body. Kit at once notified the and Fire. port the "woman," nnd to call them- KMistal.lc to look for the nuui higu- - uaillBt Uriurri Mnrvloa. .rn.. u... .. monilnir una selves Christian nations. Papacy still er. """? -WILL ALSO BOND YOU. holds In her band, and still offers to all -ti- ng who will receive It. But the nntlons ' The Rvcelslnr Fiddling ll.uul hail an are gradually sobering up, and becom- engagement to nt an orch-stn- i Si, nr J0 J' '" KU,Ur W. U. Wright ing less and less inclined to take more fen- - tlw.-ilur-In- ;. at ()ora hiu U. 1. CllUroll Rrvlrn. ttw. . i of "the wine. '" a 'how there Saturday night, but each mmiti, o.iV '.."-"- '" ,4nur""uur it.. 7 p. The thought is that a commingled Sunday Seoul THE and a stupefying potion was put the baud got so Interested in the tiling wine SKCKET SOCIETIES. going mi, mi tin- - stage they lorgut all Into the wine in the cup; such doc.. Hartford Lodire Nn. ffTK m. . trines as that God's Kingdom had been about )t.ilng until It was 1o Li,te. meets firm and third Monday set up, and that the Tope reigns as each month. Owen Hunter, W. it., in engngitl by V. 1'oreinan .Secretary. litis lioi-u Christ's Vicegerent. Other poisonous Slim I'lek'-nKeystone Chapter No. 116. n A. V latlit'wsla to dUind in .his iwsiter elements hud threatened the people l.uku ..i-meets every third Satur.l..i iT .' ).Ltc,Ii this summer with Purgatorial torture, or eternal wltli an "II W smTinntJuvJvm T: Mooro 'el Priest, torment. ragged lut on. jno. m, o. E. S.. """"", The Protestant denominations were ''""cond-anfourth Monday even! ail born under those Intoxicating ini'lim Sims, while at Bounding Billows S&I.MSSllfr SUecr,,areyr.''0n W" M MlM AND ALL THROAT AND LUN8 TROUBLES. fluences. While they separated from Tuesday looming, tonight a lot of bo- pithlfi1 "Jlyj. Lodfeo No- - 110' Knlitlita of QTJAKANTKED BATIBFAOXOSn the Mother system, and denounced her, logna , so w i.a It iwus but sa m?'.ta everr Tuesday night, OX KOHSY SXTUNDXD. tk C' " J' Nvy Wr. K. yet they hold doctrinaily to many of tight he could hardly eat It. & S. Wrltter of Hartford' Tent No. 19, K. O T M the Intoxicating errors of her "cup." lllnig- Consequently they, too, claim that for tlie Evening l'ost by Ueorge U!e?,.,?v,e,r,f-"- t " th'rl Thursday ham. 2v?Ji; UnGlUlli?' Commander; Messiah's Kingdom is set up and is BOOKKEEPING Keeper. bunBhlne Hive No. 42. L. O T M reigning. They Join in giving tbe nasesa,Pheafrahy ' Famous Stz ge Beauties. dope tbe Mother gave tions tbe same tyi fCWKHlNvjand reheVmroVnrVrS.,,,y2 Look with horror on Skin Kritptlons, them, telling tbem they are Cbilstian TELEGRAPHY nations, though they are building great Blotches, Soros or Plmplea. They don't WJLNR R.SM W IU guns and dreadnoughts to blow each have them, nor will any one, wilno usefl la awrcaatll m.rmiiimi bm Ttmrs or.ixr caaccJrNonb'f,h OranS and baoiloK btulBM. Im m tnn Haratlaa lo,o other off tbe face of tbe earth. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the ."SSft Water here symbolizes revenues, face. . . UtnssWIUiCm B. BTITai,aataiai,aiy ifc Ohio Trlhai M or Salt I the um viuiUh K from outside peoples and kin; doms. So rluvppod &,W.-y-SIt. It curoa wore Jlp, Klli8 Fo.i- in Revelation we read that t . woman handx, hrabi burnH. cut und UrlordiC"lm- - A- - K' I,at0' CJilcf of with tbe golden cup "sltteth upon many . lhKtUaIel for piles. Only UTicat iiuruora (.amp, w. O. XV No. 203 waters;" "and tbe waters which thou brul-Krth'Saturda; m sawest are peoples and multitudes, nnd all driiggl.slH. "IKI"Jn CrfcconJ ,VJ nations, and tongues." (Rev. xvli, 1, 15.) Va'lla2e?maa '' WUUaJ: Olerk" W a The Giver. Freston Morton Post No. 4. Q A. R The "Euphrates" to Be Dried Up. In book of Revelation not merely The dim gtvee ever; .so the rtinth, Mii.MPd"y each month. d is the name Babylon used, but the What It can give, m much 'tis ,woith. Commander; J. M. Itotfers. symbolical description includes tbe The oiean glvej In many ways Succeed when everything else falls. lVnrt!iC,.Vto GroJ'c' WouJncn of tlie name of the Kuph rates, ami we vry nnd Gle pulllH, glv( flHllKt, rlviTh. HhlR. ) '.. ,lrc1?' In nervous prostration and female read of the great River Euphrates that mKUiiTi?,,,S?; a"orn"?n J month, weaknesses they are the supreme o tliH ulr. It gives uh breatli, "The water thereof was dried up." If And I'tndloUin, Clerk remedy, as thousands have testified. we are correct in Interpreting these When It stops giving, in comou death. A. S. of B. FORKIDNEYJ.IVERAND glsln: Give, give, bo alwa "waters'' to .slgulfy to venues, what STOMACH TROUBLE National Officers; would be signified by the drying up of Wlio gives not is not Jiving; k is the best medicine ever told tlie River? It Mould imply a cessation The nunu ou glvo the mine you live. over a druggist's counter. of tho revenues of Babylon millions becretary.Treasuror S. U. Kuinp, In- dlanauolls. Ind. Qod'a love hath to as wealth tihn,iv(dl coining every year from rich and poor State Officers: of all nations for her suppoit. It is In Only by Klvlng is it impl. i li' SJ' 'rommi, Carroll county, 1'res. full accord with tills Divine prediction Tho Uidy withers, und tlie mind. r ii Uarrett Hendereon county Vice of what is to come that we hear cry. If pent in by a mjUIhIi rind, 3. IS. ilobertson, McLean county. Sec- lugs urKlui; from all denominations, Glvo Mruigtli.glvu thoiUht,glve d ed-'- , Treas. ltoemer, Warren county, State P. Catholic und Protestant, that the "waOrganizer. MKKMTS SUM SUCCEESI glvo pelf. ters," tho revenues, ate being titled up. C. U. Allen, Henry county, and Lat. SPECIAL OFFER: ' History tells that tbe great City of Glvo time, give prners, ibut flit glvo tie Graves, Allen county, AKHlstant state urgumzers. rMai t kalis New Bulim. AtrlalwIU yourself. make vau oar nrmuiAiit eiutAmr. Babylon was captured by Cyrus nnd uoaru or uireciors. Den Watann. Wan Prize Callertlasi asu.uwifiiMiu.i ren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio counbis urmy after a considerable siege. Glv, give, bo always giving; ty; A. II. lirooks, llracken county; It. K. U lbs SiMM Tiralp. t iplinou i O.U., but mi. Ills soldiers digged a fresh chunnel for AVho given not is not livlnu; 1. Itay, Hardin county, and J, !'. IJoss, river nnd turned its course aside. Tlie more )ou give, the Tnoro you live, Muhlenbertr county. uuiunnts TO PUCASE. tho Writ Ohio County Officers: Mtatkm thlt Pmr. Thus was tbe River Euphrates dried 8. L. Stevens, I'rea.. Boaver Pam.Ky. -l- lrltlsh Weikly. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford. Ky. up, and tho atmy of Cyrus entered MAMMAMAAMAMWWWViM D. t'ord, Treaa., H ait ford. Ky. SENDSMklss uul lO CENTS Babylon, suddenly, in the night. While iMMwumm Mm UU TSlmkU m these things were transpiring, the COUNTY BOAItD OF EDUCATION. I MweiNB "- i FOR FLETCHER'S 5 ttw corresponding to luinces of Babylon, Henry Leach, Chairman, Uartford.Ky. Bvt ntuuM H tmit. ruau. !. HIIIIIM 1. L. B. Tichonor, HurtforO, It. K. D. M. ff. wMttN, " I the notables of Christendom, were hold. "1UtteW.m. No. B. Ing high carnival, rejoicing In security. 2. K. C. Hartford, Iteynolds, Ky. X M. 8. l'atterson. Olaton, Ky. was nt this momeut of exuberance Primary Law Valid. It , 4. B. L. Alford, White Hun. Ky. dethat in tbe banquet bull of Bclshazzar Juno 1. In a Newport, Ky., 6. Kichard I'lumer. Taylor Mines, Ky. a baud appeared and wrote: "Mate, cision handed down t. J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. by Circuit lay' "Mene"-t- he Ucne. Ttkel, Vphartiu." tjui State primary Judso Yungblut, days of your rule are numbered nnd Is finished. "Tekel" Thou art weighed law ttnactcd by tho butt Legislature 'QSITONS' tlval Ho also holds valid. declared In tbe balances and found wantlngl -, WUNTiFUL"Dpbarsin" thy Kingdom is dlvldd candidate for Circuit Jixhje und oilier e and given to tbe Medes and Persians. State otfioea are iot barred from Tbe strong symbolism uted in respect because of Alio presidential ehotton.. to Myutic Babylon correspond bo well the Judfie JIoAgc, appointed .wndVr with tbe prophetic language used re- new law provldlnir for. on uddlUonal specting literal Babylon that we are warranted la understanding literal Judge, lied suit to enjoin County Clerk Babylon to have been a prototype of Lyman Bryan from placing Jils or other ' Mystic Babylon, and her fall a preig names on tbe official primary ballot ore of tbe fall of Carteteadf auMlfa far Vie' aaiactlon of pandldates at the Coapare Jer,' I aadtM November election, aUlcglnc; Out the Iaa. UU. with RereleUoa it!, xtH and xtIM. taw is uaoeMtUvttlonal. ... . .... w ...llllll-4- I. l.isv V laaaaaaaaaaaai Opftnriln-tvclsl- ied '." J""'vWu,lnc.Jr Who. he went In s...r.il'?1.1 In September, WeUnesduy In the balances nnd liKiKI around and npie.ircd surprised. after 3rd ...viiunjr jii irveeiiiiier. ......, . John If. wnntlnp." as KllUk Is considered a slum r mid th.-y- , 3rd Mondaylll..hi if. u.i.u. foitud March. 'Friday after (PASTOR. gU5SELLj (Dnti. v. 25. 27.) In wonder,. ,U,at he was doing there. MondlTseptembr. Friday j brief ho snld: in IVccmber. , Monday for While our messneo .,. todny Is "men! J. J. Jackson. . Centrrtcmn. rimf.i.v A swarm of ImmUlebees not nfltr 'nl. .... .T . I Bflj.1. 3rl ILInn.t... .' IT t..U HARTFORD, - KY. in oue season to me nouseuuiu oiiuniblw All, We,liuhiv niornb. .....1 ter a,.i mA.'""'.. .",."re"-.""sy- f way most Important ouna. .. . '3rd Monday' ta' Faith and every .u,ir Will practice hie profession In all the . m iv t ipp arj Alnmtov t tiarnpfliAlnaa a VV UllUCHIUVUi If la MSIlllllllVO.', I. aCVl'IIIUflr, II. ii3e IV t.n atmlniNirnnil r 7i ,r " Courts of Ohio and adjoining countlna, ooulil net hump and shut the door. " :. il.on'row. -- ?" a subject dilHcitlt to treat without glv- and In the Court of Appeala. Also No-tauien Mtied on the doorknob, where lnc offense, without beta mlsunder- Public Office over First National Monday" er 37d itt Jftf,r'-.Tu2rt- ar Bank. stood, without seeming harsh. Bear. they will ,w.iit fur him to come out. . ilOHlAA Knjiilftt-with me, then, while expressing what I ' , The Mainl.iixl oil Company annot ge nin.. . wooneaday .' ."", after tlm cin .i believe to be the Divine Mcssnge.ln Just, . --V... ?.?"?? ..". l" Hoelca. hveiy as kindly a manner as I know how. -.uu Aiunuay m iNovetn- There was no Mystic Babylon ln tbe tlme t,u' '"w.uiy mie Uie prUe of Its ik.- ... days of Jesus and tlie Apostles, 'rue on ne uims nis ugnt (town uttio lower, ornnt Pniinr.i 111,.,. !. lfn .uwil, winv, 7V1.I lllll ..v.,i.-jn, ," ..rn..l,. thltd Sunday. I'.lllvk HiJlwangtr ourpriMul the 1... .j fetiuiK ..!.. li.r l W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, ilurtford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Wuarterly Wunrtorly Court Itrglns on Khmry. May. JJ1" 'f.""!, ZL Court of Clultnx l!nnvinri flrvf Turn. day In January and first Tutnlay In October. Other County Offlcerr-- C. S. MoxSey, feurvejor, lords Hie. Ky., It. F. V. Felix Uart-'. Uernuid 1). No. .Assessiir, t.ucli.i ford, Ky.. It. a; Henry 'buperintindent, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. lliicy, Coroner, Ilurtford. JUSTICES' COUHTS. B. S. Chnmberlaln, Hartford, Tuesday after -- rd .Monduy in Marcli, Tuesday ur- ter 3rd .Monday In June, Tuesdnv 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday after aftr ,3rd Monday In Ueceniber. (J. II. !M lilt f'r.ktntu. ill tt'...l t... ..... ,......V".'.."."-""V,"'"Sr.l ...v,..j AUUIC'll, CUIICHUay lifter At-J.- IV1"-'- ' Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith ' ; t l.l.. H"' .' Y M9Rra W. II. Harrow nnd C. K. SniliJi nn:uiuio( tliat 'tJuiy luivo ifortn a imrtiKcaliAii for Uio goticrtil irtto-tic- e of law, vxtSQil crliuliu.1 and dlvr Mr. Bialtli bejjig Counrty Aittor-nc- y Is uxrvoiittxl front iravtlclnR eueh ccasvB. Mr. UorniB wJU In aocttH. fiiu-l- i practloa Offloe Hartford JUjuUiaui bulldliig, Hartford, Ky. o.t, $& Attorney at Law YANCTL.MOSLEY, . ,' -i" . ( ", '""i,'-I S.V.r.'StL f ry ..,...i""n -- Ull Wedne. ... i' ?n J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public I t.- j-- "."y. "" s, &onSdyri .X;'""'?'. t'"", TpV FTPSsL1?: Martin & McKennev Hartford, General Insurance y j;j eyl c kill cough LUNC8 CURE Dr. King's New Discovery ' s ni'-ln- d s.ui-age- a r'.V. 9a a be-fo- rit Aah-for- Electric Bitters SEEDS s. J . I I0. i to-da- y; Children Cry C ASTO.R A ofK run-nin- r "4.&. 9. 2to tmnfGM,Jffc arw J -- V crnouTKo anv mm-senenaa not made up nts mind wneii nis up, master of self onco more, and his thoughts wcro given a new turn by a nw complication, In tho nhapo looked the lascar in the eye. "You stand," ho said slowly, choosof Mrs, Prynno herself. That lady camo up tho companion steps with no ing his words, "on tho edgo of tho grave, Do you comprehend that, apparent hesitation, no fenr or qulotly and confidently Alert, dog?" "Aye, sahib!" on tho other hand, she was visibly "1 havo called ye, then, to demand armed and prepared against danger In white, hugo arms tremtinfr toward back that which is mine, the ieather whatever form she might havo to enhis bend, revolver dropping from n, counter It. bag wlrlch yo stole when yo slew your nerveless hand, his chin fallen forbrothrt pretending falsely It was ho Slio camo directly to the adventurer, ward on his chest, a stupid, weary without so much as a glance for the who bad slain the captain. I counsel smllo on his faco, nnd a dark and hidgroup of lascars or the grim evidences yo, speak truth and render back to eous smrar spreading swrttly over tho of tragedy upon tho deck. O'Kourko mo that which ye havo stolen." bosom of his shirt. Tho serang stiffened, bis eyes glistI abut his teeth with exasperation. A cry of horror, despair and rage Whatever ho decided to Lclleve of tho ening In the moonlight. "Sahib!" ho stuck In tlio wanderer's throat. Quick, ' serang, whether his Judgment tarns josepb vance said of cried a.? If In supplication. who bad linlled his appearance on tho "No words, dog!" cried O'Kourko tho man, "aullty," or "Not Guilty," ho Itanco at Aden as a haMilngor of good dared risk nothing with the woman sternly. "Do as I bid ye, or abldo tho j luck, hail been foully murdered. HU present. Ho ttla.tr.ti.na by Ell.worlh Tn( could not tell what hell result of disobedience!" dominant emotion of tlio moment, au of murder and mutiny he might not "The sahib," said tho serang slowlet Intense and pitiful solicitude for tho i loose upon tho Hanee, did ho mako ly, "Is full of eyes and wisdom. Ho I dying man, threw him- off tils guard. ' ono or hasty movo. Alono, sees what no man would believe ho Coprltfht U:i, by LouU JmciiU Vauca Under Its Influcnco ho forgot tho des- ' II rt Srillffl linvn; fnnml thn atf fin t lsi nillli could see. I am content." He bowed u bvrilfU IUVI-V"V 11,UUVIUI1 WIILI perate caso of which this trngedy his head with curious submlsslvcncss, "CHAPTER XXIV. thought all aboard tho Ilanoo, put out equanimity; with tho woman by his stretching forth his palms as if In side, he felt as though handcuffed. his arms, received the falling body, token of surrender. "You aro hurt, Colonel O'Rourko?" Tlio nlRlit foil clear nH crystal and and let It gently to the deck. O'Kourke caught at hit breath. Ho "A mere scratch, madam au Inch wonderfully bright with stars; tlio had scarcely hoped for this; ho had Hut In a trlco lie was alive again to wind went down with tlio sun, then his own peril. In the twinkling of an of skin shaved off me arm. Ho good merely called the serang aft as tbn ! t r tlin uatfinn -l" I'oho ngalti refreshed and waxed to eye he saw a float, of light gliding to- - i nnniutti tr tii ti fw loader of tho lasca.'s, hoping to fright...v.. ovu liulf n Knle. At midnight O'lUiirke, wards him with resistless " Impetus , "" en him Into revealing whichever of She ignored tho curtness of his tone, his comrades had stolen tho great lenvinj; the bridge, left tlio Kancu drlv-Jn- p Intuitively ho swung to ono side, to steadily throiiKh a rorln ses, tlio right, nnd letrpt to his feet. At even as alio Ignored bis wish. "What ruby If ho knew. through a world noisy with tin; crisp that the knife, a krls slnumjs and has happened?" she demanded, rang"Ye have, then, the leather bag?" he rattle and crash of breaking crests. keen, ran cold upon the flesh of his ing herself by his side. "Who la that domanded, exultation In his voice. risthero on the deck?" Her volco Fortifying himself with strong cof- chest, silt through his shirt, caught "Aye, sahib; or, If not that, I have fee, the adventurer settled himself In In the thong that held the Pool of ing a note, foreboded hysteria. that which was therein." a chair by tlio foot of the cdmpnnlnn-wn- Flamo, and toro out, leaving a flapping "Quick stabbed. I didn't want ye "The stone?" steps leading up from the tiny holo and scraping a hand's breadth to see. A lascar ran amok, cut down "Aye, sahib." nlonn that served as dining-roofor of skin from his forearm. Heedless the captatti, was killed himself kind"Then give It me." Irrepressible humorist nil but the crew of the tramp. Front of this, only In fact subconsciously ness," tli "I am the sahib's slave." Tho sethis position ho commanded both en- aware that the chamois hag had fallen broke out," of our little brown brother, rang flashed a strange smllo at the trances, port and starboard, from tlio to the deck, he caught at tho hand tho serang." revolver In O'Kourke's hand. HI3 atupper deck, as well as tho doors that that had wielded the krls; his fingers His eyes never left the latter; not titude puzzled O'Kourke; ho would Hanked them on either hnnd, to the closed about the wrist, and, bracing an Instant did ho take his attention hardly havo believed this of the man; quarters occupied by Mrs I'rynne nnd himself, he swung the assassin off his from the cluster of dark figures; ho rather he could have conceived of him to Dravos' stateroom, which was emp- feet. So doing, his fingers slipped on was more than e;ry ready to defend as denying the theft to the last and ty and would be so until tho next ' the man's greasy skin and ho stum- himself should they make any overt fighting like an unchained fiend to recbango of watch. move, deeming his attention distractbled off his balance. tain his booty. His present pose was The succeeding hours dragged out of character, or the Irishman misHis object, however, had been ac- ed. uuevent-and ciulet judged him. complished. Tiio murderer, hurled a "What will you do?" .Xul yard or more through the air, fell and Out of character or no, it was com "How can I say? Do ye, .fnr tho About six bells tho moon got up, j slid along tho deck Into a group of love of God, get below and leave me fortable. The serang, with head bent, nnd its rays, tittering through tho lascars, ono of whom, like a nlno-pln- , to deal with theso fiends In me own was fumbling in the folds of his sash; heavy-ribbeglass of tho skylight, was knocked over and fell atop o) fashion." O'Kourke thought blm over long about tilled the saloon with an opalescent him. "Which," she returned equably, "13 it, yet was Inclined to gtvo him time shimmer that assorted Incongruously in view of his abject surrender. O'Kourke recovered and stepped for- precisely what Iv shall not do." with the dull glow of tho electric ward, rewilver poised to administer At length, still smiling oddly, the "If that's the case." he said brusliulbs dull, because there was home-thlr.- the quietus to tlio murderer an ami- quely, "have the kindness to hand mo man lifted his eyes and stretched wrong w 1th the dynamo, accord- able intention which was, however, the revolver by the captain's side, and forth a hand tight closed. "The saing to Dnuoa. ye might see If the poor fellow still hib," he said gently, "shall see that With almost doomed to frustration. O'Kourke, wenry and yawning, watch Inconceivable swiftness tlio group of lives." Let this his servant spoke truth. ed the milky rainbow dance upon the lascars had become a mere tangle of He heard a quick rustle of skirts weigh with the sahib for mercy. Beglass overhead for several arum and legs, a melange of strug- and the woman's hand closed over his, hold!" moMH'iits before It conveyed to him a gling limbs and bodies. Where ho pressing Into his palm the weapon he The brown fingers unclosed and In warning. Then Immediately he aban- had thought to find a single prostrate Jiau uesireu. as promptly, wunoui tho hollow of his palm trembled that doncd his scat and stretched himself form, there were six struggling in con- further words, she turned to Quick. which seemed a ball of crystallzed nut upon a transom against the after fusion on the deck. The adventurer deliberated briefly, rose fire, the stone that man has bulkhead, whence he could see some-- ! named the Pool of Flame. O'Kourke For a thought he stayed his finger while she bent over the captain, makthing less of the tipper gangway, but on "He U uttered a low cry of satisfaction, stepthe trigger, waiting to pick out the ing a hurried examination. For his j undermost and slay him first of all, badly wounded," O'Kourke heard her ping forward to snatch up the jewel. hutneient for his purposes. chair had been beneath the skylight, unwilling, furthermore, to waste one say, as he arrived at his decision, "but Simultaneously he was aware of a ' quick gasp and the wings of that were open for of the four invaluable cartridges re- not dead." from the direction of the ven'llation. I woman, followed, ere he could account God for that! "Praise maining in his revolver. And then Tis safer here," be considered unexpectedly tho tragedy seemed over must ask ye, madam, to back me up. for them, by two pistol shots. The adventurer groaned, pitching It Is necessary to clear the decks. Are "There'll be no dropping one of those and done with altogether. loi.g knives on me now, be premedFrom the bottom of the heap of bod- ye ready?" He saw, out of the tall forward blindly, one side of his head, itated Inadvertence. I'm thinking." ies a terrible cry of mortal anguish of his eye. that she had sprung to her from the ear to the temule, Iron with an agony as If a white-ho- t He gaped tremendously. The peace shrilled loud; nnd almost at once the feet. "Now, ye curs," he thundered, of the night, the singing of the waves mob seemed to resolvo Into Its orig- with a menacing pistol in either hand, had seared him thero. He stretched against the Uanee's sides, the deep inal elements. Five lascars crawled, "get forward, the lot of ye. Move, ye focUi an arm aimlessly and gripped an iron stanchion, stopping his fall, and throb nnd unbroken surge of her en- arose, or Hung themselves away from blackguards!" They went expeditiously, crowding hung there for what seemed an eon, gines, and the sustained, clear note tho sixth, who lay Inert, prone, limbs blood-rebeo' Mic moiuoou In her wire rigging still twitching, a knife buried in his between the deckhouse and the rail, sea and skies swimming huddling together as If for mutual pro- fore his eyes, in his ears a thundercombined with physical fatls'i'' back. tluse serang was tho last to rushing as of mighty waters. o soothe the mau, to lull him into For a thought the tableau held, tection. Tho reluctantly, or seemed ous Uy a supreme effort of will he kept move, and went In the pure brilliance of the there clinging to the rail, himself moonlight; the half a dozen standing to. Yet that was no time to Judge him and opened his eyes. So briefly had figures, O'Kourke a space apart from a minor fault. O'Kourko herded him that It was patent the rest, and two bodies, the one faco for pack before him, watched them pain blinded barely a secoud had elapsed since the Uown, Quick with a faco to the stars, tlio scramble, down the ladder to the fore-dec- firing of the shots. To his lett a each with Its dread background; a then backed to tho spot where stricken lascar was still In the" act of black stain that grew and spread slowdazzling tho woman stood nbove tho captain. falling; before blm Mrs. Prynne stood upon white, ly the His arm was paining him somewhat. motionless, her faco a mask of horror, planks. . . . with the Irritating, stinging ache that revolver still poised; to the right the Quietly Mie tallest of tho lascars bucU wounds produce, and he thrust serang, drawing a krls, was smiling moved forward, knelt and drow tho one revolver into his pocket, clasping Bardonlcally, his eyes fixed upon tho knlfo from the back of his dead fel- a hand above the hurt. woman who had set at naught his up, facing He straightened low. In a flash realization of his loss plans. O'Kourke without a tremor, his eyes came to blm; he clutched the rail with O'Kourke tried to call a warning to afire, and wiped the blade of the krb a cry. The Pool of Flame, his sacred her, for It was plain that she was apon bis cummerbund. trust, was gone! His eyes searched palled by what she had done, heedless "Do not shoot, sahib." he said the deck wildly, but found no trace of of all but the man she had killed; but smoothly In excellent English. "Do tho round leather bag with Its' preciit was as if the bullet that creased his not shoot, sahib, for it Is I who have ous burden. Despair gripped his .heart temple had temporarily paralyzed dog," and with his toe avenged. This in a clutch of ice. and for a space the him; his tongue clave to the roof of ho stirred the thing at his feet, "ran ship reeled about him. . . . his mouth and he could neither move WJa IJ amok. Now he Is dead." He found himself gazing blankly in- nor speak. This was the seraug who spoke. to the woman's solicitous eyes. "What Powerless (he believed), he watched O Ilourko eyed mm coiuiy turougn a is It? What Is It?" ho beard her volco the serang gather himself together, XJ ?r prolonged silence. At length, "That repeating breathlessly. He knew that like some gaunt cat, and spring; In seems quite ovldent," bo admitted his own lips moved for some seconds two strides he would have been upon coolly. "Pick up that body and throw without sound as he strove to answer the woman and the night had been A Cry of Horror, Despair and Rage it overboard!" ho commanded sharply. her. The words, when they came, crowned with Its most pitiful crime. Stuck In the Wanderer's Tnroat. In obedeuce to a sign from the se should have been quite unintelligible Yet In midair, O'Rourke saw the man Yet rang, two of the lascars seized the to her; he realized this almost as soon falter and fall back, dropping the borderland of dreams. fantastic such vtus bis command of self that ho body. A subsequent splash overside as ho had uttered them: "The Pool krls and clutching frantically at noth ing. would not yield to tho caressing touch told the Irishman that his order had of Flame!" Hut he heard it been carried Then he stumbled forward, crying Stupidly tho adventurer saw the of drowsiness, but merely lay motion- abstractedly, out. confronted as he was aloud for the serang. Half-wato the smoke trickling from the muzzle of rest, communing with his less and at fancy. And that led him out of tho with a problem whose dltllculty was ladder he halted;, that Individual's his own revolver and knew that, someto be underestimated, the problem head aud shoulders were lifting above how, lie had managed to pull the trigfcordld saloon of the Ilaneo ncross tho not embodied In tho stutuosquo, Imperturthe level of the deck. O'Kourko cov- ger. His heart leapt in his breast, so Hens that lay ahead of that ship's Trembling ered him and called him aft as ho keen was his gratitude. prow, to the fair land whither ho was bable seraug. It was hard to know what to do, again retreated to tho scene of the in every limb, ho essayed a second to convey tho Pool of Flame. . . . time to fire and put a final period to Abruptly he leapt to his feet, wide what to believe, what action to take. tragedy. Uut his shot Had be been in a condition to think the serang's career. If ho wcro right in his surmise, the se mid ruglug. awake sounding throuch raug should rightly be shot down In- coherently, ho might have acted nioro went wide and the cylinder jammed A blow was still Hut maddened, he was so that the hammer would not rise stantly, without an Instant's respite. prudently. tho saloon u dull crash. Hurled half Yet the heartless brutality upon which able to grasp but one fact; that tho a second time. With an oath ho let way to tho hilt In tlio bulkhead back his theory was based made him hesi- Pool of Flamo was gono and must bo go the rail and attempted to bridgo of tho transom a knlfo quivered. the distance belweeu himself and the Angers had tate. It wus dlfllcult to bollovo tbut recovered at whatever hazard. the wanderer's the sorting had been able to accomTho lascar camo with what might lascar, who was now nt a consldera. closed upon the grip of hla revolver, plish what O'Kourko was Inclined to have seemed suspicious alacrity, con- bio distance reeling away toward the lie pulled tho trigger almost beforo credit him with; that he, tho wlelder sidering tho fact that he was coerced, rail. lie realized what hud happened and of tho krls, tho murderer of Quick, that O'Kourke held him at the pistol's Uut his overtaxed strength, sapped sent a bullet winging toward a spot throw oft bis feet by the Irishman's point. Gaunt and sombre in tho by loss of blood, failed him; and malon tho gangway nbovo where a pair attack, had deliberately Involved his moonlight, moving noiselessly in his ice Infused now vigor into the serang. of long brown legs had been but now fellows with liltu in his fall and profil- bare feet, head up and arms swinging now power to accomplish his final were not. On tho heels of that fruit- ed by the confusion to slay one upon limp, ho advanced without a pause un- fiendish act. less shot he sent another, this tlmo whom ho could throw the blamo for til about six feet from the Irishman; Grlnulug with anguish, the man with no murderous lutent, but to all that bad happened. at which distance O'Rourke, collect- leapt away from O'Rourke, staggered warn tho captain on the bridge. Hero The weapon quivered in O'Rourko's ing his wits, found voice enough to bid and. Jerking back his arm, fluug the at Inst was an Issue forced, animus grasp. More than once la that brief the fellow. "Stop!" Pool of Flame from him with all his Indisputably atproven, assusslnatlon The serang baited, lmpussive, un- might. debate he was tempted to shoot the tempted. O'Rourko paused, petrified with defellow on suspicion. Yet he held his moved. He sprang for the companlonway, band; ho could not be positive. With "Tho sahib has called," he said in spair. The great stone, glinting In H up it In a thought, his was half way every circumstance against htm, he an even voice. "I am come. What ia the mowillght like the very heart of heart hot within him, mouth dry with might still be tolling the irutb. The the sahib's will with me?" fire, described a long and flaming aro thirst for that lasiar's blood. Not a whole horrible affair might boll down Ills words, together with his halt- - and . . . the sea leapt up with a should the man escape hU to nothing more than an insane crime indolent, third time t, wholly content p- - hiss to welcome it and It was gone. Judgmont at the hands of O'Rourke, ot a crazy Malay, one who, as the se- - tuous bearing, supplied the one thing A hitter cry broke from the Irish- lie sworo. rang claimed, had "run amok." 'needful to restore, to, the adventurer A stentprlan roar saluted hint, as be The Pool of Flame Rained tho dec- k- bellow ending- In a slckonlng gurgln. O'Kourko In a flash Bwung on his heel. Simultaneously lie onmo face to faco with Quick. Hu could have cried aloud in pity. Tho captnln swayed before him, a, massively built figure clothed all hi - u lf nppre-lifnsln- suppose!i Your Residence or Business Should Burn Tonight I I I. I IS IT INSURED? : I Better look after that Insurance A few dollars may mean hundreds or thousands to you. To be sure you get the best protection place it with NOW. - - - N ey Foster J.Fire Insurance Dealer f y SPECIAL Campaign Offer The Louisville Daily Evening Post From now until Nov. 10, 1912. AND .... d Inter-mlnnbl- 1 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN One full year for l.SO. t half-opaqu- J ! You get all of the Presidential Campaign and of Ohio county nev3 for extremely low price. Both National Conventions will be held in June and there remains but two months for the drawing of battle lines, during that time there will be intense interest in the various movements made towards the selection of Presidential candidates. ... When sending in your subscriptions state whether you are new or old subscriber. SEND ALL ORDERS TO t . ' The Hartford Circulation Dept. Republican Hartford. Ky. half-erec- t, uiarra tips; ne maae ror tno man, HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed special attention. w Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and uv Hn vS& J delivered. month. I Club rate $1.00 per Glut), Hartford Pressing Flung the Pool of Flame With All Hla Might. Y. M. C. A. BLDG., HARTFORD, KY. y whom he would gladly have killed with hla bare hands. Dut again he failed. The lascar, perhaps guessing his Intention, was at the last too for him. By a supreme effort the gaunt se rang seized the rail, lifted himself up on It, and dropped over the side, following that to win which he had given hla life. , (To ho continued.) 'GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. &J.F. GILLESPJE Proprietors New Ruling in Life Insurance. A Now Yrk eomt has nlwUwl tit st If it man Jum a llf illi'H liiimrur.w pulley )iy-ab- lo imM ut liLs liatt to his wlfo. suv'l l.tfoio him, tlio money mut to her lielrs, not to liU liuirs. l" bo 9 B LACHSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK ESffiffiUBlS&l ","-ail iuura , tLtnA mmlaL I rrh auTiw. now . rB ninvnirnu. nu.. nikiii A..l.,t. Jirtel ivltk Waikingtan " timt.f noifanj0jtntatfifHi, Htent and umnpmru r.Ttun nrn.wT..-- tit SUktk atnH. Mtf WIMA ittw n.'j. ..a . Horseshoeing a Specialty. -- WASHIHUIun, u. v. "v r half-defian- Hartford, - Ky. it L.LA.,nM.J- - jw&MmK&rm-Tnzz-- r. - - m wMJwt-SSw- i THAWS FIGHT FOR FREEDOM Fight WillBeMade to Prove His Sanity. i ISoted Alienists Secured To Testify At Supreme Court Hearing. tlio r'nk If th"y ilbln't cumiily. Whereupon Uvy avrtiittivl Wm atul Axrit him up !n kowI t.uMiloii. Ho, "Wedding, then wont nftnr hU revolver hut wn Mityliy.l atvl tho k'iu taken nwiy from iilm nml s"v'ni.t blow It I' nnd kicks were aiVmlntitcnrt. said that several bystnndT could Irive Interfenrd and stopped H11 tnui!)!. but for Homo reason or nnotlier wir.i !ith went to enter. WiiMlr liotf and this tlnw broiuii hn,'k u sliot K'm but wlin he riturned il .vn.i'fcinti had h ft the h T.iihiy Mr. Woddirj; wis In tnn t the ivhlenis ind Atill sc-m. TREE 380 YEARS OLD Was Cut Down I.. Sonderfur nrwl win, Honda: Mr. nnd Mrs. Claud I.lles; I.utlier Idles, Honry, Mitrhnl IJIos. Mr, Joe Citninn nml ,wlfo; Mr. John Perry Coleinnn nnd wife; Mr. H. IV. IucKkmi and niollierj .lolin Taylor. DormlMe lller. Dr. Kobert I.. MHlormd wife, and two sotu Hubert J. and ,CIarlo and Uuivli Taj'lor. at Olaton, of Capt. Sheltered This County. Formly the Property Washington Green Sheriff's Sale. Hy Virtue of Kvccutlon No. S)1, Hook No. 12, directed to tne, which Issued from tlio Clerk's Of flea of the OhloClr- iMilt Court, In v favor of Soplila Cisey igulitnt J. I.. I or one of my d"pu 'ties, will, on Monday the l"th .Uy of June 1512, between tho hours of I o'clock p. m., and 2 o'clock p. m., at tlie Court House door In Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, oposa to PCBMC SAI.U to the highest lildder, tho following propei ty (or so much thereof as may bo nccossary to satisfy Plaintiff's d lit, In. torost and costs), A certain tract or pircel of Und In Ohio county, Kentucky, on the waters of Panther Creek and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at two Pop-latwo ltlack Gtuns nnd a lWch on the top of a ridge: thence North, 8 2 West, 133 poles to a stone, two small Hickories and a White Oak; thence Sout S West, 119 poles to a stake Dogwoad and T.lack Gum; tlietice Siiuth, S K.ist, 133 poles to a Dogwood. Black Gut Spanish Oak. Small Oak and Elm. tlienc North, 3 Kast, 121 pole.s to the begin-nnlContaining One Hundred tUMl acres more or less and being the same liivl conreyed to J, L. CLay by I. N. Jeffries and t,. K. Jeffries, Ills wife, by deed of dite November "th, 1910. Jndof record In Deed Hook No. , at page No. 437. Ohio County Clerk's Office. Said land will be sold subjoot to two lien debus of 2uu.0) each, with ' per cent. Interest from November 7th. VA'K bolus the deferred purchase money payments owing by J. I. Casey to I. X. JeffrlM and I.. K. Jeffries for said land, as shown by deed of said Jeffrhvs to said Casey, of record in Dood Hook No. 3, at page 457, Ohio County Court Clerk's Office and levied ujon as th property of J. I.. Caey. Terms: .aIo a will be made on credit of n mouths, bond with approval security rdiulrcd, bearlns lntcrst at tlio rate of C per cent, per annum from day of al, and having the lorce and effect of a .ilo bond. my hand, this 21st diy of WlTNi:.May Ul'i 1t3 T. 11. BLACK, S. O. C. 2 g. - .rnd see Come to useoidyou foryourself. will look no further for whevt vou wzsnt 11 nedismq you wui plekse cus. I TNI C i Just come Listen! A, i3 Commonwealth Docket June Term, 1912. Civil War Soldiers. Ono Thousand doVars reward for th man that stuck hi n hi a white oik tree when tho tree was Just 7iS yi;irs to the rut' of acertiilnliiir old, iiciniiUn us 011 the tho srowth of tlnilwr. This to south side of tlie treo and soeini have Iikh done for a piupos- -. Now thU treo nieaures 11 little nvr five feet In dlanielir. lnaklnjt this ti- -e a little over r.no yiir old. It us.-s-l to he the property of WiHilimtnu Gix'eii. an oM sea Cjiplaln.whollved heVij during tho Civil Wnr, The old caiptalu prized tills tree very hltdily for soveril reasons. First tlie beautiful shade making It such a pleasant place for the neighbors to assemble lathe aftenioo'i nnd listen to the stories told .by tlie old captain of hit) life while out upon the briny deep. Mr. Green had two son". Charley and AJo. In the year ImW about Christinas times thoo two boys helm: full at fun they held a little counsel. Then one oes for a pound of powder two Inch mand the other koos for iser iso tliey Isired th" hole, put In. the Iowder nnd set fire to It, hut the boi did mot understand this kind of work, therefore the damage to the tree vvi" light. N'est day tlie old man called th" hoys up and was going to warm their Jackets for them, but the bos ovrivd up so tliero was no blood shed. Mr. Morgan Patterson, ono of our bouglit thl- laud ami had till-tree cut down the other day and a biK'l of the same is on exhibition In lijx tO't w i" llowiiigtliej.tio!,H of tlw ft that bring niaile over .iJ y.iers ago. Now that man ml, white or black nnd Well. I will ijult telling l about til' good old treo and let the ' ts own storj. Listen, oh, how have the mighty fallen and draw near all ye Inhabitants of thwi Ohio county and hear my story gav a decent burial. It was ribout 2.'"' years ago my father abl that I was llttlu acor: no long".r than a nuiu' thumb and if I iUd that I voiibl live again. I .ou!d not understand until on- - day a man im along with an as and h hit m- - with all lit" might how It did hurt, bin tlie sore soon healed; tjien tli" pencil'.' began to take .slitter under my loof. One day opl they flsed up smno s. ats for the and here cjme the and candidates did that .wanted office, and how isili each tth"r liars. Net iier- - conies' a regiment of soldhrs during th- - civil 11 lull)..! 1. Tho Yoik, June orpis procraidlngs looking toward this thn YtUtMi of Harry K'. Thaw from )nnruu nnyJum t SlaU.tn.vvnn. where li von committed In llii; after being id- Jiulged limine nt hi second trl.il for the viurder of Stanford White, will bo ,liard Iicfitra Justice Uiouh; of the iNevv York Supreme Court, on June 3. ltoth T. Jcrome.who has been retained hy the Slate to fight Thaw's notion, anil CJannce J. Khrran, the young Pitts- confidence Jiuri-vr'counsel, expressed totioy as to the outcome of the cane. In Gnnt Interest lias leen aroused of because nroceedinus Din nroHpnt the fact that Thaw's wife, the former hive fBvc'.yn Nesblt, is reported to Itorae a child, and because a heretofoie unh nown letter Is said to Imve been found On which Thaw, tjireatoned to kill others txw.de the New York architect. llo-- h of these reports havu been denial, but It believed that they will be thrush J J out In court and that much Interesting-terl':nonw"l como 1I0 light. In addition to these lntr(sttng the present proceedings will be determine! sin occasion Xor the mtrC aUu-np- t to snln freedom for Thaw yot tnaCu hy his family. It Is said that the Tl.tiws mill .spare no expense In the hire of tallenlsts to show that the young man as now ane and competent, and It Is wrd'eted tlmt the hearing will drag ' along for weeks. Tjj-- retention of former District y Jerome for tjie State is .taken to tnuan that every olvstncle possible will lie pn in the way of Thaw's. lel'tvi.-- . It AVts Jirome who handled the of Thaw for tliu Common wealth n Jj'u two trials tn l'.HHJ, and tlio former DjKtrict Attorney . beside being conversant .wltii every jiart of the Thaw case imown to be strongly of th? opinion tint Tticw Is lnsine and should, therefore, be i.pt Jn Slatteavvsn. Clarence J. lieorn, counsel for Thaw. 'Jt.jf announced his Intention of Jntrj-ttv- c many ullenlsts to prove tliat the .is ore atria mllllonaJre Is completely cured now t Ji!s mental malady and .should movod he released. ,Mr. Shfim lias ior a hearing of tlie eae by a Jury and svl'.l pnc.s this demand upon the court, rtovlte tlie opposition of tlie .state Out tlie testimony of whch conU-iuLla entirely too teohnlMi tne alienists to verit competent iloclslon hy twelve 7rv ltW Com'th. ITIS Coin'Mi, IM! Com'th. I0S Com th. I12 Com'th. - Com'th. tSM Com'tili. rillST t Vu.i vs. Geo. HAY. CoojH'r. ' ?lnirm. Ituu-tV"- w. I.tclie ituivvini. vj. J.lolio 3. vii. . JAJie iiatunn. NH,M)n. a. 1'ob s. 4s.".t Wit-lU- Com'tli. !.''. Ij"' Holilu a .Mo'.lle Day. I:s Com'th. s. J. F2. 'Smith. ISH Com'.Ui. .. Mack Sho;n;r. ISir, Cm'tli. vs. John Moctu. HS Com'th. s. Jllkf Helfrlcli. K'l Com'th. vs. Ilobrt Itruner. IS53 Com'yi. ,vb. K"? Cnm'lili. , Hocktey-l'lielim-Bonn- v. I xVu-a,- - ( Co. IS-. UT.i 456t Com'th. vs. K. J- -. WV1V. Com'tli. vs. Chas. DennJ.ii. Com'th. vs. A. E. Smith. f.u--'or- At-to- 1ST0 Cnni'Mi. vs. H7t Com'tli. vs. 4S7U Com'th. vs. 1373 Com'th. vs. 1S77 Com'th. vs. 1S7S ComUh. vs. IS) Com'th. vs. MV: Com'tli. vs. 13 Com'tli. vs. ISSJ Com'th. vs. 4sS5 Com'th. vs. 1SS7 Com'th. vs. ISS CVun'tli. vs. U91 Com'th. vs. ISJ7 Com'tli. vs. Wi Com'tli. vs. If) Com'th. vs. Hardin Uala et .11. Allen, et al. Hardin B.'ilse, et al. Prank Allen, et al. Iee Watt, et nl. Joy WheWer. John Clever. Flelden ISal?;?, el al. J'ielden ivil?e, .'t ul. Clias. Halz., t it. Josie Ward. W. C. Trumwi. W. C. Truniui. Klijali O iry. Cumli. Tel. & T--I. Co. John Taylor. Ited (ajla.' Itustyj WU DAY. Vhen you go to "looking around" you will stop looking when you reach our store and buy. So why not come straight to us when you need a new suit and save bother. find artistic clothes, and scarcely believe we can sell you such handsome, well-mabig -- value garde, You will ments for so little money. Ve shall fit you to a "TV You will blame yourself for never having bought your clothes from us before. son. Si:CO.VD 4Wt R-t- ll ,E-RU'- my roof. Tlieji I Ixsramo publlr pniirty s Now they oimc with their and berhecues. In 1SC 11 negro was killed uiuler my roof: then in Iwd ji large BujitNt tent w.is put up under my root and a meetlrK of 21 davs and nights was held by tlie l:ev. Ah- - Whiting and others and a cliumli w.us orgjin-Ize- d with 2i clKirter mwnbers. So I will say to .the good jnsqule of Olatou tlwt I havo filled my mission In th- - world lwsarlni;. CENTiRfoWNat he present and while standing above as th- - giant !ttoth Mr. Jerome and Air. Slicnrn hae. Mary McKe'iney, Juiui wio of the for.t in your Ilttlw to.vn, look-In- s Aprnssed lliemelvcs to Iihs bef-us opposed ret'.itlve- - In around upon my gmnd-.dilid- r n und has re,turiml to her Jiomeat itiiUpUre. afaln alr.ins the tinious cuse hi court. and knowing that 1 She was accompanied home by iier ne have ,le:i sjured to live to a ripe old Rough House at Dundee. phew, Master Foster Uslvenivey. ag, 1 wwi to tliauk you aim bid you of Mi's itrertie l!enn",tt and and Stout lunh.Jwtli lr. Curry fareweU. I". M. F.VUP.I.S. by WjUIk. jf Ilwia. vWted the family of ImwJcv, .were nrreUd WediHf-iliSheriff ISJack, olutreMl wltli astuU and Alvoy Calloway here .SitunUy and A. S. of E. Notice. iatt.-y- , Tlie uarrauts were lsU"d up-- n Sunday. tft'j affld.lt of C. U AVslIUiK, alThe Ohio county Union of the A. S. Mr.'. U. S. Wlutlen and clilldren visitof K. w'U convene lit tlie Com tliouse so 0 fJimdee, uion whom tlio ass.iult ed In M.ollsonville Jist wl(, w;if :oiumlttii'l. Mrs. II. II. Dtvjs ttpcsvt iuvvral days In Hartford June the '.' nnd '."' Iuti.iil tie.', rejiorts affirm Miat Ciowe.Ui.mli. with h'M- mint. Mrs. H dllu I'.eniitttt.tiHar of thu first Friday and S1tuni.1v of r ii'ioxt-ed July. All loeajs ur ind two of their fileivls went to W,il-llQ- lleihi, who lun s!ek fUtto awhile. to be-- fully represented. In katliiR rink Jsvtunlay nlnlit C. I. Il'iiwr and Dr. Harvey, of I.. 13. TICIIENOlt, Pros. .in ' ;tolcat4il eondUlon and Liter lie. were pleanat visitors liere htst I7t3 UF.Ni'Y M. 1'lllTl.i:. .am." boisterous. Wibliiis claims til it Suniiiy. 'a1 f.iriUKl tlie hoys for their Miss Q',-iThlbwor, of TijXor Minus, nd Oirealeniyl lo ejiwt then fiom U hero vlsUIir,' her in.thei-Surprise Birthday Dinner. i ilr-- . J.u JUOjIov. Quito a .surpilw) birthday dlim was Mi's. ItolelKll IU'l'OJi. of Arkajnis. ts given by the ohlldreii and n heio vLsltlni; ftleiKls and rdu,'.lv . at thu resldenco of Mr. und Mrs. Kul.t, I.. JJ Wtulo nml family vvljl junv !o hiles 011 May 2t,h. Tl Is Ming I'tkii tlit vvwk to talM etur'f. of ,tho tho 61 tli birthday of Mrs. l,,. Thoy t'uiiib"iiu.il T(leho:iu bitolncss at tint wuie the reeVi lents of it iiiiiiilur ofntee lxlut. presents. Soineof tho uhlldrni vvitu dek Church to Fight Knockers. l.xi. J. l'. I.icks.in comtotrjitati mm-- prived of the ploa,suro of uttendhig this U Ins Des Miilnos, Iowa, ilay 2ii. Dr. llen:'y groat ooiaslon. Dluinir und lots of It li"nin In th- nrir future, and things good to eat weio In iibuu,liiic I.. Morohou,.s,,of Xew Voik, eorrej.poiid-in- g Keeping the Hands Smooth. Mvuratury ' the Aiueiican l!aptlt After dinner was over quite a globing In Iim May Woiiliu's Homo Coiijj,nloii tribute of nt tislay's seswas iild Mr, and Mr.s Homo Mission SiKdety, l.llu-aix.urs itho fulhiwing: Jn hmt talks Klvoii hy Dr. Itiibdi't sion of tlio Northern luptht Convention "It Is to luvo ditto nth Iiand. Miller, I L. Sauilefur und Jo'.in V. iiuulo a pica for lieUir chuuii WiOili In veil Jf 0210 Is a Jioinektvper arvd tovx and tho ull parts of tho country. Tviylor for their upright O'nuln from ,tuB druggUt fire way they Jiul raised their Junge family "Tho trouble with tho church Is that i"uta" wiMtii of trugacatith. v.hleh Is of loy.s uikl glrlh. Tin uiiLslcwns flue an tlio "knocks" on the Inside of Jt life so enoi gb fir a .vmir's opportunity Dissolve a futiil.sheil by tho violin und gultur all loud that knocking of spoi ulul of tills hi 'lireo tlms u.i imueh through Oie day. Hujiper was tho last on tho outside cannot bn heaid." K w.Uur, i.ft sand In u eovured tlio iluv. V. W. Bustard. of t'su:up thing la tho evening when tin crowd for 4 wol v hours. Thin .fill ,tlm myi with boaniu to leave, fueling that they had Ctlevelutul. Uhlri, In an iu,lres. tonight. . water, 1.111I jou maj n.pply itho thin Jelly spoit a ihiy .long to be We should taku down that motto hung vvhlcli Is nuilo fiycily to jour JiuuU aftor TJiosj of Mia children jirestiit were; Mr upon th1 walls of humus 'Ood Uless Our each washing. A few drojv of your und ,Mrts. it. I,eo Taylor mid biuis, 1,11. Hiojue' and substitute 'Come In With, f ivorttu perfu;iw and a little glycarlli burn, Claude and Myron; Mr. und Mrs. i out Knocking and flu Out tho Same added to the Jully linjirove tho lotion." T. Amtln aii,d daughter, NcUle, Mr, 1". Way." ple-nlctnlr-siona- ry ts-ilrroIUi n Liiul-iUllIx-eM'jfi.'ki-C'rowy ri -Nol-Sii- u, Gotf. Com'tli. w. I'.C Com'tli. vs. Uoff. Pv3 Com'th. vs. Ectll Goff. IWI Com'tli. Ktlt Goff. iC CV.m'tli VA tWll Goff. lim; Com'th. vs, Kstll Ckff. IW7 Com'th. vs Kstlt Goff. r.'ii Com'tli. v Klz Gray, et al. 1'itt Com'tli. vs. Andrew Kkis, et at.' ttl'J Com'ili vs. Herman Vlck, . al. 1011 Com'tli, vs. I'ranl: Smillwoa.1. 1313 Com'tli. vs. r.uy Maltun. 4311 Com'.th. vs. Cvcar Molvcnuej. I'13 Com'tli. vs. Ce'orjie Jlyers. 4JPJ Com'tli. vj. iluvkel Kltohanx 1517 Com'th. vs. Olivia IVenoli. 4?(S Com'th. vs. Olivia Krerch. 4''i: Com'th. v. J. K. AUey. ISJJ Com'th. 1.- J. K. Alvey. I?2! Com'tli. v. Geo. Jewel!. IK! Com'th. vs. Geo. Jewell. , l?i" Coju'tli. vs. Thomas HenU'jr. layen. 4Ko Com'th. vs, Thomas RenuVr. Tlw present action for a Jury trial Is ICCT Com'th. vs. Frank McFarlanil. sliiCar to one nude In Wis hy Thaw. I?2s Co.i!'th. vs. Krank that 192 O.m'Oi. vs. Frank MuFurUiul. M ttiat time Justice Willis tfji .slayer of Stanford Whlto had no I'.Vt Com'th. vs. Frank McFarland. right to Midi a trial iand his decLsion ira Com'th. vs. Frank MeIirLind. Div,zi: later upheld by Oie Appellate IJ3i Com'th. vs. Bill Taylor. vision of the Supreimc Court. I?r. Com'tli. vs. Dyi Taylor. There upjKug-- .to lie Jlttle UUelthoad 4?3I Com'th. vs. Clias. DHWee-- . ei tU. volumes of that the twenty-eigh- t THUtD DAY. taken at TlviWa two .trials for IJoj) Com'tli. s. Osi-aMeKwir.ey, raurOer, will lie requesllontd for .-pros-ecut'1 l- -o -. s g' ther-vva- nl. ll' tr.s-t'dl- CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. Yellow Jacket Stingers. the people art) all for ICoovrolt. Lost y. nr the Dems in Moms., pollxl II'H'i) votes. In U prlmaxlivs Uvs otlier day two thlnls ,, tho Denis w.ire jnUs. Ing. likf tlie PrNl4lintIuJ primary must Jrave bo(ger.s lu It somewhere. s d white men will In North Carolliui this yenr iHcvuife they did not isiy tlu-l- r pool tax i)- - Slay Lit nnd most of tiie.s iiro helroiixln' Ivvmocrats. Wa'.c.li ,tuo Hn;ub.t 1 HERBERT. very bus June :!. are gettli'g a lot of vvoil, don. TJio ladles of Janther Cre-- k greatly by now and Cies--thing- s vliuivli tli-'- war and spnad their log t'iits under S''. i , SOLD THE WORLD OVER. sriuii-iilldri- improved the churvh bit wm1; and tainting and varnisUlng tlio inside work. .Mr. Will Baiiiiou, or lla.vnesvMle. w:i burled at Panther Creek church grave-ai- d U- -t Tuei.ay evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Phllllfis ntert.ilii-ed the -- Snl witli a dliiner In lionor of Mrs. Ab. inder .M.iy and son. JI iniioii, of Knovvllli-- , Tenn.. and Mrs. Nullum Stinnett, of Bristol, Va. Otliei presjut were Mrs. n. m. Miller, MUss Maf.le Hirnett. Mr.--. Ida Hln.s 'and .Mrs. Nannie Bro.vn. Miss iMyrtlo iliink.tt lias returned homo from I'ow.'lng (Ireen. where sluj lias been attending school. Mr. Harnett Is nt home from a weeks visit In I'vunsville. .Mrs. it. nurliout, of Owenshoro, is visiting her loreuts, Mr. and .Mrs. Xa poleon Martin. Mr. Oliver Jloovirr ,1s at liouw. Ho ha's tejchlng at Ilobnnls, Ky. Mr. Leotund Taylor and family sjK'iit SuiKlay at Henry Mllllgans. Mr. and Mi.s. Byron Moseley, of l'ell- ville, Mr. Oiian Flowers and family, of I'ate.sv lib-- , Mr. and Mrs. J. II. llruner visited at Walter HhliinTS, Sunday. Miss Katie L'0 Hind, of Owensboro, Is nnkliig tin extended visit to Mrs. Amanda Stewart. Mwsrs. Allert and Paul Baker, of F1lor.1l, wei.i here Sunday afternoon. Mr. C. W. Phillips, of Walnut drove, spent Sunday ufteritoon with Ids daugh-to- r, Mrs. Ihumu iMIIlvr. Mrs. I'linnlo Tuttle, of Philpot, who his been lslllng Mis. Irgle .Miller for soveiiil wt'ks lias returned .home. Miss Mary Chambers will glvo a suV-p- ri party Wednesday ' night to her brothr li'nry, In honor of his ihltlhd iy. Mr, K'llhr I'laus ,uid sister. ..Miss K llth. or WhlteHvJlle, vislteil their broth. p'iprlng ' Democracy kins s. At loat ten thou-on- is already b.uriug at the ami In bo ilisfrondilsid In Africa Teddy hunted lion:, Illinois he skinned u few' liara. cm 1 ij-t- grow. The Oklahonvi coun,try Is now giving Only a few- - mouths iuiHI Ghri smas do the country samples of oynlomwi woii your Christmas shopping now. that imt iC I t.he'jKvpullsts to sleni. Tho wind nut there U samethlng wonderful, Tlurrali for Teddy no matter what hap A tachool Iioum wns caiThd a lulf iinllo pens lie has proved himself !'g I'.ioug'.i nnd set down without tlisturhttig tin, for tlie occasion. pupils. Think of tlmt ud tudy God Is sometimes uurcTful to fools,auI the e.un SiV and drmm of wjiat a siar lie evpects veiy llttlu from the man with c clone would be in Xo .Man's Land. but ono talent. A subocnlber over In Tennessee writes us wjiy it U thai the Demoand s cus-The moro tin Democratic jxyisr.. .s devoting so much moro it man tlie .bigger the crowdw grow who cratic jiwss space to the cainjilgu go out to hear lilm. than to tho fight, Simply Haley's comet did well In coming when i'iioug,h, Hlrrain. Tiie Dmoicrat.s billev It did. A comet would fetiuid utility that It Is nt Chicago and not at Ha'thuoio a President will be named. DoinoiiraM poor show this year. tilings tvin .see a few when Xlrui'i Isinay tins uitereil .1 nervous they at.iud out us bolil us thn tiu-- t ilovi breakdown. Servis lihii rhsht, for Ivo Is that tho Utpublleuiis nnd not thennse-ve- s tho blgest cow-t- d in all tho wouHl. will uiuno the next Pnvsldent.-l'ro- ni tho Yellow Jacket, Sloruvlau ,1'Vilis, M. Sure, Mlko let William Jeimltigw Hry-a- n C. 11111 again If hu feelu llkn Teddy. tfn -- s a.-k- k Tlio th'orgla Deiuoeiats am randy O NO voto for Teddy in droves and evtui hi Florida it is tlio jsime. A little over four vucks morn and It t will ull hu over but tho shouting. Get a haiid-w'tigoJu other, and mdt your thu SIB, - I CAN'T GET APPENDICITIS Jy pouUn'.. Looking at tho sun tln'u a vviiUk y genei.tlly ihovvs tho pluturo of a poor house and a anan 011 his way to U14 devil. gliuis I Eat All I Want to Now. No Mors WatUTson, the Oa on th Stomach or Sour Stomach. No Mor. Heavy F.elhia Afttr very sllfty tlUngs about says Meals or Constipation. Tisldy luit Demikciiiy Is afraid of htm, No dirty .tilings gettingmatter what you've tried without nml Wuttt raJii generally a iys rtltef JUST TRY simple buck thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded about people. You will bo surprised In ADI.KU-I-KA- ! nt tho QUICK results and you will bo ,,, somo guarded uguhmt. appendicitis. The VERY It was to rajn corn fJckkvr if KIKST DOSi: will help you und a short lay you wvotdd no many of tlio very treatment with ADl.KH-I-Kwill make you feel better than you havo for years. nu-Mint voted lor prohibition ut. inking This new German appendicitis remedy like autUeptkizes the stomach and bowels uround with their mouths ontii and diuws off all Impurities. A SINOI.Ii young cut birds. DObi; relluvcs kub on tlie stomach, sour stomach, constipation, nausea or heavy feeling om foitli tluit the Dum. A short utter eutlng almont AT ONCli V Tho word has treatment often cures an ordinary cuse of appendicitis. ociutlc bar'l U empty and tlie tvii-iSold in Hartford only by tho OHIO aro In bad luck. Tlio leuvuro tv't fiwl- Tliej- - wo little use In throwing .uWa.y iinon COUNTY DRUQ COMPANY, lucoroor- ' ey trylnit tt buy llielr way in when ated. Heliiy Htar-oye- d god-do- s u. A u il ts A