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WICKLIFFE HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912. i nu .Ierey, who wn defi-ite- d In th,i,t Slnto. Mr. Muliine.who lins been who repudUtol In Kan.a, Jlr, lun been reiiidlateil In l'nitwyUanl.i, 11 ROASTS JUDGE WINN WILL NOT SEEK RENOMINATION TWO AVIATORS FALL TO THEIR DEATH l'eiin', moo on,il CliiLibnUe Cooksoy, Is looking fonwaril to tho big pr'jtnu.-to-d meethu; whU;h Iwglus tlio Mlis-- i ,M.i EvcrybJy 1.HU. ; THE COMMITTEE Gives Statement In Regard "To Rulings. Committee Hands Taft Delegates Without Considering Mr MoKlnley. In wlj ha bom repudiated llllnoK Mr. Ousenliclm, of t'olonwli. "Iluwilu tlinse 1wxih hopiJ to liomhimto (Thir- faTrview Judge O'Rears Successor Quits Lieut. L. W. Hazelhurst and A. L. Welch Killed While Testing Because of Promise to Faints- ville Sunday school li progwulng place. Mr. ,C- C. White wife nrvl IKitilo Hon, Walker, .vliltojl Aim. ,Whlt' ister,Mrs. J. W. Miller, of iHorton, SAtutflay. Mrs. Wlb Cannon and illttle son Charles Mltchcil, of Owen-sborare vWtlng Airs. Cannons mother-in-laAtra. Hoiu. Owon Master Ilarwood M)ura .vlsltfnl Maxtor FelK White Sunday. Misses Dona and Pauline Hurt vlsltl Ijorena omd Eva .White Suinlayj Florence, Stella and Ocorgp Na,bor,s, of Qlaton, visited tlielr aunt and lunclc, Mr. and Mm. Jt. 1$. Wilson Sunday nlgl.t Mr. Henry Nabors and family visited Mr. C. C. White and family Sunday.Lorena. Ena and Folrtx Wililte .visited Mr. N. H. White and family Sunday, Mrs. C. C. tWJilte Is on the sick lUt. KILLEHY TRAIN Representative in Congress1 From Louisiana. He June 10. the People. Col. Roosevelt gavo out tho 'following mvnro management of tho Nutloii.il Com. mlttco Tuesday, for Its unfair ruling In connection with tlio contqst cases:, becomes at Chlcugo "The question clearer with every voto of tnb National Committee. It Is simply whether the people have tlio right to nominate whomever tluy Wi for tlio highest office In tliuir gift or w'hether l deliberate theft jukI fraud certain machine leaders.nctlng In tlio Interest of sjpcplal prlvllcgc.ure to hu jwrmltted to deprive .tlie pmtpto of till overwhelming Hy iight. nil they hail the oppoi. wihere tuntty to evpres their wishes nt the primary the plain peopte, the rank iiml I'll of UiolRpubllcnn party.hnic repudiated Air. Tuft. Now wo nro face to face .with tlio question wMiotlur tho sipl rule tlio llnpubllncn p.irty or .whether jtlio pnrtvls to ho ruh'il hy tho discredited hones whom the peop have tliemmilus repu-illate- f Wh.it they illd In tho teenth Indiana illstrlut yi.tterdny Mipplb-wild, tind tlie.JietH of tlio answer. fli.-imy wipiHirter luvvo mvloBnml my wonl, tli.it I do not wish' one dctejrite dented doubt hi tor mo If there tin revn-illThe members of tlio National his co-iCommittee who are my supporters have Icanol bnckwunln In cvKry cjise where there wiui so much n--i u color of claim that tlio question win cen In doubt. They hnve doeldiil only where the case was o clear that no houeM man could doubt. In the Thirteenth Indium the convention which nsiembled to elect two delegates to ClilcaKo a clear and uncontrntoil majority men. Hut the chairman, a t of Tuft man, refusal u rollcnll ami doolar-e- il ekctiyl on vlvu the Taft dole-itcof mv vote, whercmion tlie nuajorlty the comititlon elected two llouievelt delesat's. AffldaJt of all members of the majority wore laid before the committee, shonliu; that a clear majority by of tlie members of tho convention their own sworn statements had otcd , nnd three other affldalte for members w ero submlttod show Imr theo thrm men Bad otel nolthcr for ltoose-ve- lt nor Tlift, so .that the priKf was absolute that Its T.ift dolwrUc-- i had onl a minority of t' convention. seated the Yet tho National Commltti-two men the fraudulenoy of whom cUiJiiw MrJTaft? nicely at this - e Jurists. JWa-hlngton, llaz'-lhiirs- Army Aeroplane. D. t ( ' n. c M.iHHchiieitH had Just defmtiid Mr. v'mno hi a delegate to the Chicago I Jut Mr. Crnnu In III Chicago acting unilcr orders of Mr. lltirne In .steam roller luetics. Franklin Alurphy has Just lon defeatist In New Jersey a o.uitn-li- t Nc.v for dele.g.ite.und nit t wen Jersey delegate are for jne. Hut Mr Alurphy Is on tho Nation it Committee at CI ilcagn, ttiktiur p irt in the effort to tJU'lfy tho convention HKuln.it the i!mlco of the Republicans of Jits tntc. Mr. Penrose) ha Ju,st lK'en defeated for doleiuto in Pennsylvania, but he Is a ,Taft leader on thy National Committee, Air. Mul vane of Kansns.ha Just been iloteated for n i. tlonal committeeman In Knnai.i,Mr. Willi tin Allen Whltu taking his place. Hut 'Mr. Mill wine Is on tho National Commit. tee acting wllh Mr. Penrose. The Tuft Ieoplo were overwhelmingly beaten In Kansas nnil Pennsjlvniita. yet Mosul?, Mulvanoand Pfnrose.the two T.ift thoio In the ixffort to nre foremast to exprcM their tho rlht of 41ie thwart the will of Uio ptople who ha.-- will im to who shall hold the hlKhst Just defeated thrm. i y office In the Rift of tho people.tho scores committeemen. of the UnlUd States. Mr. Taft "These men prattle about 'regularity.' assunus, nnd Jlears. Harncs, Ponnis", "Who arc the regulars? Tho gTixit major Muhanc and Coimmny atisume, tlui.t the ity of the Republican rank nnil file who presidency is to lie treated as it (,'lft have Just overwhelmingly repudiated the within the bestowal of the politicians in bosses, or tlio bosses who havo Just been iWlnneo of the tluly exipriwsefi wlih of overwhelmingly repudiated hy the rank the people. Such conduct came danger.u3k1 file? TJie National commit teem u ously near being troason to tjip wholo lllto Meosrs. Penrose, Mulvane, Munphy spirit of our Instltutloni, to the ,w,1io'.o und company have no claim to cspwik for Ilrlt of democratic freo sovornment. I the Republican party, havo no ilalm to do not believe that .the pvoplo will tolconsider itlNmsclves regular. iThey Jiavo erate sucli conduot, nor do I bollevo tliit J i tat been repudiated by the Republican ber itejiubllcans will con,sent to seo the party. They havo nawlnh for ItejiuMkuin Kepubllonn party sacrificed to please Uio Mupccc!!. .Tliolr niitlona mako It evident, bosses whom the party lias ropudlatnJ. that In their ansur at tjio (party tlkat lias "If tho National Committee (continue rQPUdUted tlicm lliey" now tek to brln as It has bcgun.I ,belteio Its aotlons wll the iarty tloun to Bliuro tliulr wn dis- be rmmdUited by it,he convention." ty-s- U s s, e prusl-denc- Prankfort, Ky., June 11. Judue Itobert J. Whin, of tlio Court of Appeals .tonltfh wjtiidrcw from the race for (the notnlnatlon for the place lie now holds. Judge Winn, .who was one In the race for of the IciulInK u!iiidUl.T,tL-tho nomination at tho AUKUt (primary, withdrew because he hail Riven Jils iprom-is- c to .luiUe A. .1, Kirk that he would not oppose JiuIko Kirk In consideration of the latter not oppoiltiK Judge IK. C. O'lloir, when the latter was last u The' election this fall will (be to fill out the unexpired term of Jiulg-O'llo.ir. Judge Winn tonight gae out the statement of hli reasons for yltli drawing as n candidate: ,mc 'a "After Gov. AVIlson appointed the APJiellate bench upon Judgo O'ltoar' resignation. In the hope pind desire (that my party would give mo tliu unoxplivd part of his term without opposition. I wrote many frlendi In tlie district asking their support. Judge A. J. Kirk, of of a right Palntsllle. In the exercise which cintiiit b questioned and for.whlq no criticism attache to htm In my xlew, announced hli cindlilicy. 1 have used every legllliiiito endeaur to Induco him hiul bucn thus mIkwh. "Cnfortunntoly tlmie N no law to touch not to make the raoobut ,wlthuut avul When Judge O'Hcar, n cnit'lldntc for his the aitoundlnx lnlwonduct of which the second term, was 111 in Florida, Judge National 'Cuminlttee has been RUllty, and Klik contemplatirl making tho race. I which It lias sanction! in the acnrei In then said to Judge Kirk that If he wpul which iiao come before ,lt. if tho conrace, but lioild at ,was onoifor tli'o nomination of an not then enter the text a future time do so, I would not onpose AMfniian In NuwyYork (My and obocure him. That condition now arisen. In men In the Democratic imd Uqpultllci'i a conference hero he has told p.irths who weie nctlnx ai diction ofof me of hli purpose to remain in tho race ficials In a licn dlslilit W.re Ktillt.v and I cannot honorably qppuao Mm. It such conduct and their ullt was proved, tienltentlnry. IN Just to htm to say tliat he has not they would bo sent to tho upon me to keeji this pledge, but lluj ,t,he ureat and (powerful politicians, cullul It is none the leu obligatory. I, theretho reprc.iTitatli es of boslm lu.polltlo'' fore will not make tho race. As anand special prlllej;o ihuslnes-- i who nro other candidate may desire to inter the now jirietr.ttliiifthOisame kind of wrong race I make this announcement while on an Influluiy Urer scale, are Imnume Is ct time for them to have filed because as yet, uufortuniitely, the Kv there their petitions for the August primary. iIih-not tourli liomlmUhiK convention". Tho year' work lias been agreeable and "Noiertheless, the ,wronK they commit beneficial to me. I shall leave it .grate- nwilnit tlie people li far jireater tHintl.i ful to Gov. Wlllson for .the oxpertonco it "ople by tho IIUlopoll-tlclnnwroiiK done th" afforded mo and with entire goofc 1 liciM) spoken of. Ins eucli ns tjioso will toward my suocewsor." men uru emiaKcil in tliwartlnK for e. dN-trl- ct lion-tulncan-illtla- tf. Jlon-ioels iloo-weltob-tale C. JunT ll.-I.l- eut. L. Was Born in Kentucky Years Ago Married a Louisville Girl. 381 and A. It. Welch were 3t'. tlili eicnlng when the new Wright army aeroplane fell with them in College Park, Mil. Death was lnstnn,tanoou3. They were descending frqm a height of Zi)0 feet and iwere about fifty feet from the ground when the machine collapsed. Tyelch was Instructing the officers In the uso of tlje aeroplane. NVelch had Intended making the requlr- od test, ascending 2.CC0 fvqt a,nd carrying 45D pounds. He rose 00 feet, and made if dfr, to signify to the time keeper that he, wns ready for the climb, wjien the aluminum wings crumpled nn,d tho ma chine crashed to the grouml. years of age Hazelhurst was twenty-si- x and was a angle man. His home was In Macon, Ga. He Lh the third officer to be killed In this manner. Lieut. Selfridgc felt ,wlth On Me Wright tn 1WS. and Lieut. Kelly fell at San 'Antonio last year. What Voting Power Does the , Steam Roller Represent. (Chloago Evening Poat.) The decision in the Ninth Alabama contest yesti)rday was most ominous. There the Itooiovelt delegates had the right on their ldo. They represented the majority district convention. The Taft ,men were bolters. Y'et the national icommltteo ground down tho llooaevolt iclntmants and by sheer force of a Taft majority seated tt Taft delegates. Analyze the vote by w.lilch this Injustice was accomplished and tluiro stands out clearasa poison label tho 'arsenic" that Ls being given tlie Re publican party. ft Hero Is the roll call and tho things it represents: Alabama, Arlaona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Mlsslaslppl, North" .'.Carolina, Tennessee, .Texas, Vlrgnla' anU'J West Virginia States of itho solid 'South where there ls practically no Jtqpubltcan party and no Republican elaqtoraA votes. Michigan Colorado, Indiana, and Washington States vhere crooked pri maries or crooked conventions defeated the will of the voters." Hawaii, Alaska, Phllppine Islands a.nd Porto Itlco which have no votes In ,tho electorlal college. Missouri, Kansas, Maine, Maryland. New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon and Pennsylvania States which Jiavo declared their overwhelming preference for Ilooseielt either through conventions or by tremendous popular majorities. In other words, if we exalude from the Tnft majority on the national committee representatives of States wlilch either have no electoral votes or are Roosevelt States, we find tlu imposing cqlunin fading away. Seven States Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts, Alontana, New Hampshire, New Meico and Rhode Island are its extreme strength on any basis of honest and effective representa. tion of tlie Republican party. An analysis of this sort, iwhtch Is as true as It Is simple, must convince any man liaw unrepresentative the "major-lty- " in the national committee Is. Going from the ideal Into tho practical, It I equally evident how utterjy that majority lacks Uie voting support wiilcli must be got It a Republican President ils to be elected in November. ne pro-Ta- EAST VIEW. filled Juno 1). Klder A. II. Gardner I'.tm his regular appointment at Bell." church iiitunJay and Sunday. Mr. L. D. French spent Saturday an J" Siitiday wth Mr. and Mrs. C. Austin, of Ue.uer Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Taylor spent I'rWny nnd Satur day at Ilurtford on Hough river fish ing. of Mioses Cllffle and Goldle Autsln, Deavcr Dam, ore tho guest of iMr. S. It. Brench. Air. Jess Harris, of Sunnydale, Is lilting rolatlies in this lclnlty. spent Mr. Louis French, of Ilufond, Sunday with S. I. French. Saturday Mr. A, T. Vrench spent night with friends at Lafoon. t. , ' m A. S. of E. Notice. The Hartford magisterial dlstrlcct A. at .Oaslien Saitutiday, June at 10 o'clock n. til, lntfal of tlie las,t Saturday In Juno as the County Union U earlier. Please see that jour local Is represented. G. P. JONES, Ch'm'n. BYiKOX UEAN, Sec'y. S. of K. will moot BEAVER DAM. ' June 12. aster.'' After reviewing at wime length the ta At the regular sosslon of (Kouffl Knlghta of Pythias lodgo lUvor fullo,w-l- n oienlm,- - itho "Mr. Taft has .been repudiated by tho last offlcerj tMeotcd wero for peopla nnd now njiipeulii to hl Commlttoo, the cnHiiln,! term: U. U. Taylor, C C; in tlio National IV. V. Anderson, V. C; ,H. B. nruwn. half of ,whom have tlicmaelvos been H. Hodrlck, M. of W.; W. und ivm rthem to onco i hU Prelate; nomlnutlon on the natik and fllo of tli II. Ulio-ulil. of A; T. It. IVirnard. t. Kepubllcuu ,1'arty, who 'havo idciclared tihnt G; John U. Wilson, O. G; John IT. iMoo.'o d Chancellor; John 11. Wilson, they do not wlh iilm. Mr. Taft at ouo Dej). of tlio cnnuvilfiii n.iJl I ,wu finjuit J. It. Plrtlo atwi II. K. Urowii, to Gnuvl I.oUo. that tho hoss.M to him because I day ,The lodt'e iwlll abserve 'memorial Hero for hlniand the jnoplo nualiiHt Mm. KenU havo arovol that I was rltfht. The and decorato tlio graven of deceased pooplo were mraliuit Mr. Taft In Jils own Knights next Sunday a(tcrnoon. iKnight Itoy L,. Urown has been eiigagod to deStato of Ohio. liver tho address .which will prolxilily SAYS TAt'TT KBPUDIATJJD. "They wero against Jiim ln;NVnv Jerysey, be at tho Court Ilouso at 3 o'clock p. in. "Muryiund. in iMaJno und In Vermont, All Knlehts are urged to be at the Hall Tliey wero asalni lUm overwlwlmhurly at 2:30 o'clock and go in a body to hear u Pennsylvania, Illinois, in MlmiosoU, the address, after which thc.wlll march ., JCebraskn.South and Nrth DakotaWl-cunstt- i, to the Cemetery and doqarpute itho graved AVahlnxton, Orotfon and Cali- hjxyJal muslo will bo arranged for tho ocfornia. In but two States where they casion by Knights K. I. i&Ioaro, J, It. had a oliaivce o exjirwu liiomsclva at Pirttlo, W. J. Hean and U. V. Walker. all wo there even u biivUI, und in one Nttke. case a doubtful, plurality for Mr, fTaft. jNo. il.'J'lio iwuplo are oxulnit illlm. Wlw are In To the members of lieda Loral hU fartorT Who uro trjInK to secure lib 590. A. S. of K. will moot Juno i:tli. at nomination at Chicago? Mr. Uarnes. of Uoda School liouso at p. jii. All memr. Crano.of MasMchiott. bers are requested ito ,bo itlver New Yorlti Yours Ilespectfully, has lieen beatenaa a delegate In iMuv- t N.VHVIN BA,inD, 6(o'y i sachuaelts; ifr. Franklin Murlvy, of New Tuo-tdareiri-sentntls, Itepre-sentatives in se.vem.1 StnteH wjiere primary s: tho eitattMiient ilcctlons were held Knights of Pythias Notes. Miss Grace Thatcher, of Morgan ton n, spent a few days visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. P. McJCciiuey, last week, Mix. Klla Jludson AIcKcnncy ,went to Oweusboro Momluy to visit her uncle and muU, Mr. and Mrs. John Hudson. Mrs. Jim Dootlu, of Morgantowii, (spent tho week end with Mrs. Joe McKenney. Miss Eva Gardner spent last week vis Itlng her uncle, Mr. FJiilty Dobus near Uorah: Mr. Ellis Foster was in town Sunday. Mrs. John Alfond ent the week end visiting at Horse Uranch. Air. Allen Foster,. of Marlon, Is visiting Ills old friends here. (Mrs. Hubert Jlummage and children left Monday for Dyersjiurg, (Tnn.,whero nummage went tliey will resildeT-M- r. lat week. Miss Orplia Slovens iwns qult5 III a fe,w daj-last week but Is oiblo to be out again, MUs Dona Qulnn entertained at ''forty- two" Monday evening. After a number of Interesting games, delicious refreshments were served. Tlwuto jirtNsent iwvre: Mlasos Miry SUnvart.Clani iLloyd.Desile Alford, Nellie P,lummer, Annu IJarnei, and Ktfle Alford. ,lle,Hxrs. Allen Fostir. of Marlon, Ky,; Hnw.it Taylor, Manshal U.iriuu, Harwy D. Plummor, Wu,vlo LIU? Frank Jlaraos, J. C. Tn) lor. fc Is Mlsti Mue J.owney, ,ot I'rliuwton, visiting, Miss M rl Milter. s 0LAT0N. Mrs. John F. Allen attended church at Shlloh Sunday' and dined ,with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wesley D. Duke. Mrs. AI. Hall. Wllbert E. and Rufeeoe and ,Dunk Hall attended Children's iCi' at lloslne Sunday the 9th,and were sues,t until of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Allen Monday. Misses Monlebdle and Edna McDanlol, Maggie and Clara May attended the Baptising at Shlloh Sunday. Messrs. Claude Ford, FUzhugh Martin Wayne Payton, G. J. Chrlstlon. Atlas Essie Lynch, Miss Maudle Wilson and Mr. George Wilson attended phlldren's day at Itoslne. Mr. Elijah Martin returned. Monday bejn from Leltohfleld where iio has Washington, D. ,C, June 11. Represent taUvc Robert C. Wlckllffe, of Louisiana, was run down on the trocJca of the Southern railway in Potomac Park and Instantly killed He hXl left the capital Monday fa be p,way Tuesday on a flsjilng trip. Hw he happened to stray on thai railroad tracks lias not ibeen cleared up. The engineer of the train said he sa,w too late to avoid tho accident. News of the tragic ideatji of tfv prominent representaitlver Southern traveled fast, but did not teach Mrs. WIcklltfa before she had started tve tho capltol, as was her daily .custom, to watch the proceedings! In the house. That body was about to ad journ out of respect of tlie fnemory of Mr. Wlcltllffe when Speaker Clark and several members happened a glimpse of his (wife in' the gallery. conThere was a hurried Representatives Estoplnal, ference. of Louisiana, and Cullep, of Indiana, mada their way quietly to iwhcre pins. "Wlckllffo was sitting and Invited her down stairs to "Speaker Clark's of fice.'' Thero, as gently us they ooiU, they broke the news to her. (Mrs. Wlckllffe fainted. she pried Later to be taken homo. Mrs. Chomp Clark, a cioso friend, (Wfus - quipM ,. summoned. wps one of the Airs. Wlckllffe of the. recent "Dolly Madison; breakfast' in this city, on,d has been prominently active among (Uie, Democratic women of tho capital. Before her marriage he was Alias Lyilla. W Cooke, of Louisville. Mr. WJckllffo iwas a member of tha n Wlckllffe family of Kentucky and was a first jcobsln of former Gov. J. C. W. iBeckhaim. lis was born at Bardatown, Ky., and graduated from Centre College, Ky., in th class of 1S93. He married Miss LydU. Cooke, of Louisville, a daiutliter of Mr. Brent Cooke. His father was Roiberr W'lckJIffe. of Louisville. After graduation from Centre Colleger Louisiana, Mr. Wlckllffe removed to where one branch of the Wlckllffe iatmW of Kentucky Jias resided for many yean. After a course In law at Tmlane University ihe settled In Louisiana and ,was first elected commonwealth's attorney aod, later elected to congress. pro-motwell-know- That Wat Too Muck. Homes for Childrei Waited, i n-li- "Tlio Kentucky Children' ' Homo 'Ho. ciety liax-- a great uuny little people needing homes. Tliey iiAve quite a numo ber of attractiie hablos, as well older children of both sexes uj to 13 and II years of age, Tho chltilrvii are upectoil ito ibo treatt ed a members of tho family, sent only school, Sunday school, etc. We place our children with Cluiitlan families. If any of the readfira of this paper can For Salt. night. Crescent M!i llollnda 1. Oiler, of glvo a clJld micJi a Jkjuho and would liko Great big lea box,' Suitable Cor, largswas Mr. Brown O. Oosslp, of .Taffy, U) take a cliHdtoralse.lf they will wrltu HeUilits, Uils pity, was In Frledaland house. family,' restaurant or boarding In out midst last Sunday. to Uie Kentucky Children' aiome Society Friday. WIU sdU cheap, See W. H. RILlr. Ky., I Misses Essie n,d Mabel Crawford, of Mr. John Willis and family spent the No. 1084 Ilaxter Ave., Louisville, Hartford, KY 45tC . vtt,h day last Sunday at Air. Joe Ha4tw. they Will tak the nutte-- up with them. JneatMeUaland, apeat Saturday Yea-maiCol-bu1 6at-unlar I liave read of the trials and troubles of a country editor but nover before dil I realize Just what the .man who getta out the pountry sheet must endure. I ruwp dehad some experience in tlie partment, being overyUilng from devil u llneatype operator, and while connected For Sale at a Bargain. lialntlns. Motor Boat equipped with a 6 It. p. with tliat end of Uie Job I thought no man, Miss Clara May was In Narrows FriGray Motor' Speed 12 miles an , hour. should enjoy life more than the boss. day. Boat Is ono season old and In first class But believe me I have found ou,t Misses Alonlebello and Edna K. different. were guesta of their cousin. Airs. condition. For further particulars, call Last week tlio editor of this pavr on or address this office. Itoy Crawford In the country Saturday. was called away on business and ho arfi Mr. John F. Allen Was at Frlodaland mo to look after his work until lils'ireturn. PALO. on business Satunday night. Ho being a good friend of mine 'I gladely Airs. AVob Cannon and llttlo son, of Juno 10. Farmers are greatly behind consented to help him in any iwoy I Owcnsiboro, ,Mrs. with Ujelr. work owing to itho dry weathwero tho guests of oould. So I took up the Job as editor and Alps. Henry er. Cnnnon'a moUior-ln-lagot along very nlcejy for two days and Mr. II. O, Duko and family spoilt the Owen, 1. F. D. No.' 1, from Thursday Joe then my troublo. began. day last Sunday with Mr, until Monday. To begin with Ahe toe pipe foll dawn family. Madon and 11 rv. and Aim. D. C. Allen, of Roslne, Bpllltn,g noot on the new editor and damag Thero was a pinging at Air. Orvll Cays guests of their son, J. F. "Atle.i were ing Jils appearances greuitely, I had last Saturday night. A good crowd atand wife Thursday and Friday, hardly recovered from tho stove plp 1, tended. Sir, and Airs. Willie Ford, of routo disaster when I was called up on Uio wliere Air. Eleo Howard and family and Mr. 'plvoiie left for Slaughtervlllo, Saturday and given a good old time Uean Cuy and family, of Comioord, Mr. Air. Ford has a position with Bond Jlrot' bawilngput. This occurred again a few Orval Cay and family, Air. Jop TweddMl ens, and 'where they will reside awhile. minutes later but I stood U ail In a sou Walter und Master AVUs l, and Mr. Alford Downoy and family of manner becoming an editor. Hawovor, on and Hubert Cay pent last Sunday were ucts of Air. Downey's par. my arrival at tho offlco tills piorning I fishing. Had dinner on the ground. All ent, Mr. and Mrs. William Oiler, Sun-d- a tnan was Loaffound Uiat tlio llneat)-preport a good time. v Uio .foreUerry atvisUter Fanny.vls-- I ing In parts unknown and Hu(t MUs Parl Mr, Daniel Itoono Payton. of Cnofton, man and devil had gone fishing. I didn't Ky.. spent several as the gucat of ted Ilielr sinter Mrs. Riosa Park near inquire about tho rest of 'tlva force but Taffy last Saturday and Sunday. h' t.iolher, Mrs. Jutn Iayton nolo they are ulso missing. XiiH was too Airs. Annie Muden was itho eueat of Mo Mm. FmuiIc Jamison, of Olaton, route much. 1 chuck up my job, join tvo devil J as brt-- the gcett o( her ton, Ed Win. Cay last Sunday. was and 110 fishing loo. Mr. Oscar Power, of Sunnydale, several Jamison nn.1 fam'.y tl'O last mt y Uie guest of Mr. Gljtwl WJilto iwt diy?. t4 V when the vines arc mit Uiero, a happening wlitrh dlil not from U to H BOSTON RAILWAY Improve my opinion of chcop milclies. Inches Ions nnil Mien iery two iweek during tho season, Ap.iln, I am constantly finding EMPLOYES STRIKE Tho Isinlriitiv mKturn sjiouj,! bo that do not make nny pretense of tho usu-i- l ntreiiKth l pounds ff Mu. blnttlnff, at l.iM not In th" ilenlmli'v stone mid lx jinund.s of lime to 'A ieno it the wotd itliey eei'olnly Id J' things In Uie other ne. Hoinflltne"' Disorder Breaks Out and a Numof water, fl'iio uniitest uire slmuld be tal, n tit tho nweMo side I? elibotnitely deenrjiUl Hook Worm ber of People Are Ket down on tho undor side of but tlio blotter nlde Is absolutely useless. the leaves with the spray. vn I nm romly to blot n IrtUr And Use i liind Injured. pump on small plot with a fine sprn It Is not u plcturo card tint I ,wnnt, but If thjs Uoe-- j not wve tlum nothing w IU i blottr. Howevrr often wo find envelopes which Macs., T. rtos'.ei .luno Itolon. Famous Stano Counties of Kentucky Should See have no intuition wlintorer of llmc elnat'd nillwii) union employes whlrli lins nt The Kind You IIhvo Always l;onglif,nnilUio K'na(uro o I.ook with hoiror on Hkln KrupMon stuck toifrthor. Thf slue upon tlvm I on utrlUe nhortl) aftr I o'clock, i" Ulotches, In t:so for ovor !50 yours, litis lmnio untlvr Ills pcr- Sores or l'lmpliw. They don t That Sanitation is so flroe or of such Inferlir iiiwjlly ili.it srvtce In tlio muIivv i)s. In the d ami 1H mmi mnilc st , litivo nor will any on, who usos winiil stiiMplslon lnto Hh lnfaucy. It Is Impossible o mnk" tho i nv lop' In and dWilet Canilir' '4 . Hucl.len's Regarded. you In tliN. Arnica Solve. I' nlorlfles the Allow no mil' toilet-fivmtinlly envelope anything wttlimit .ui Skmwv Hie. JLi'd n. Melms niul o i rl tiro hut face. All CountorfoiH, Iinltiitlonsniul '.ltPt-iis-;oo- l" or Suit Itheiim v uil-- h auxiliary In the 'iap of mim more jrlu cities within k ten ntllu radios is' i:iMTlmciitstli.it IrlriuMllh nnil rinLuiKfr tho Iipnlth oC It. Jt cures oro .lips, rtadj of ' nllnx wnv. U.xiiorliucut. Tvcnty-fl- i fn K'nttiekv or a badly crlnpl. !. I'ointfrs Infants stinl Chlldivu-Kxntjrlo- m'e .ttil surely you huv notlreti jmw mue The strike Vot. vvn .taken at .i I hands, I'lillblalns; h.ols buriw. .uts and f hookworm rtur. have brills .s. fiw unaled for piles, only Jk at iiu; the lust.jeur.i.iiid the Mate lloird of more rnsily the pnlls of the ifcvwnt meeting In llnino Jb tnnrin) Hull, ridl nil drusglsts. m day break tlmn llio.' whert we uel to was praetlmlly T unanimous. ibtillli .ha lwti urousqd to iinimn.il buy twenty years nsv. 'Why, ir men were ,ut tlio me rims'. Cnstorla U :v liarmli"- snhstltule for Castor OH, Pnrc-Korl- c, over thu pivv.ileneo of tho vUWnncc tlioiivirul As "Ed" Howe Sees Life. It in pleasant. Ifc Drops ntiil .Soothing brrak so tinny Disorder broks out Imineillately ut'er diwojo In mieh u wiilcpiM! arm of the Imve often seen a Your working hours haw been rvluo d contains noitlyr Opium, Hlorphliio nor other .Narcotic limes dnrlnir n single att aupt to slnrp-e- n vvtird. dUt-- i SUite. Tlvo ocuntlra in wliloli tho When tlte iikii left tho It destroys .AVorniH to eight. In return for the favor, don't . Mihstuiirc. Its aj,'0 Is Its juarank-f- . It that lialf the p. w!I oonsumed o lias manifested itself to itlio jno- -t n enr was missing Cnstle Siiii'o. tiud allavs Foorlshncss. Tor more than thirty years waste tliiii during tho eight hours )oii I alirmliiB extent lie, for tliu mint pirt. In that wn. Viry from buslnnss ,for the They drove .the cr. w off. cut the trol-le- y ire on duty. lias been hi constant Use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colle, till Teething Troubles and Hoiithiastoin portion of muiiufae.Uircr, but not o frid for tint in the ctrcinj roie and took tliu controll-When tho guests ut n dinner are well the oonunii-rreRiihites the Stomaeh tiiitl Bowels, Diarrluea. Uio State. TJicro arc a few counties In uiifortunute under do, huiidle. per ent. mote aciualnud, tlicy cat assimilates tho Food, fjlvliijr healthy ami natural sleep. hotillierii irtloii, land four ThcfO are a few examples of tlve rlnap. Conunlttofs of .stilkers vvero the mlddlo rusliel tlmn Uiey do when they ore utraikgers Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. but pinetiwilly futile ar to the dlffeieut cjir 1. ims. In Uio western l.rt of the Stite where The el to o'icli othir. ticles wltii wliU.111 the markets are si vatod nillrcHid applied for protcetlo'i, Iiookwortn lias lroon found In flourish. A fnimers Idea of re.il lilgh living Is flooded nowad,is. Doubtless you cm ami cpeit.il HOW TO AVOID I'UST. iliitacliiuentH of offleei-- n n oyster Blew. disregard for sanitation add many other examples from our o.v n were The general huirled to Dudley strtict and When a man begins tilling a ong.dull pBears In lilic country ami .small towns and tho experience. Sullivan square t rmtniils, story, a gooil way Is to siy; "I've lea1 1 When the manufacturers of n century roponi-lit- e Twenty cms weie wieckod In stiffoutukrlts of tlio larger ones H It," and Jiurry on. ago produced the wooden nutmei; the for nearly all .the cat s of pirts of the city, a .seme of piople Pooplo leave things out In the riln joke went round the world, and ConaooondiiuT to the Uultutln. Tlila weie slightly Injurtd and the servleu mid then coiiiplaln that nothing is s necticut recelvod a nickname tluit will was Uully crippled. jviprr wiyn: t well mule In these degenerate iLis as IirnbaUly last her for life. To-dwe Superintendent of I'ollee I'earce Is. In the gotMl "TJie Infection cannot spread In com. old times. jirovlded .1 iy with pood sw r have many articles that are Just as suod orders for (ill i itroliueu on munllles It nlwnjs makes a funiltiino mm intiLh "Jokcw,'" as far as utility Is nyMtoms, and Jn the in.illar towns a'ld off to reiiort for duty, and fof .ill unit for loafeis to sit In the chairs as the nut,nie but v don't nick- thn'o who were on duty villages thi .spread vvilll be proportion U e.nrlv. list In front of his tor. to repuit. to tho number and .tj,lo of closets a'ld name any States for them they are toj nlRht J'ourteen liimili"d A girl visitor nc(r has better clothe police were iiur.shalcd for piueni'iKy the icarclcasneiu cwivlHod in keoplnc common. at home than she bus with her. THC CtHTHUR COMPANY. TT MURlUr jTIT, WHO TOWlC CITT. Now to ni" this Is one f the most thoTTi. duly. A cnrefid sinitary survey Is People alwm)s wiy th.it while thetr manifestations of th JiIkIi oo3t made In each comity, and it mxxirs The result of the strike w.is felt In old piano dc jsn't ,Iookvery well, it has : 10 tluit considerably less ler wnt. of llvln?. To p.iy per cent, more than every district of the city. Jn a veiy .sweet tone. you did ten ivirs nijo for a of .our farm homes h.ive docta of any the numlier of curs running Some nun ore pollite whn )ou jl.ot'i. and desirable artiole Is bad enoiish. Hut was bully curtailed, and whu,t ens iort er tin in, nveii though they ai- - i"j to pjy the pi Ice for the hodd nvule did I tin per cent, of tliu "Moro Uian themselves found Junto d busy; but they hate Just tho h.iiiio . In some of the Southern collets that Is worth net to nothing Is null) with pisstngeis before they Im,d k"'i ' for lottu ihig tin m. will GUARANTEE you n position If you fir wors two blocks fiom the tcrnilivils il,mv haw bocn found lnfuoted, and 1n mjiiic us real soon Wo need iiiimy nioro What can wv.ni'.n do aUmt all thl, yoj wile foued to walk all or part of Hi" Nothing' pubises a woman iiilt so ut onco to supply tho enonuous (iomand of tJie common Mohoohi M per cent, of well as to Icok so swoot tltit a nr.in for our itrnduates. As noon a wo ot tho required ask;' WV1I, thuy simply use the way to their work. In Cainbildge slmlla tho (JUldrui have nlmwn tlio infliction namburofBtudoutu this offor will bo withdrawn. 80 vimts to kb-.- her, and tlin abuse hi a weai-oleft to the .consumer; they can conditions piiviill"d. In Kovbuiy wrlto nt onco for particulars. jjv-crupon mlcioscoploj,! examination, for Ills JlllpUdenc... rrfiie to lonsimie. Tihey iun were sevoinl riots and other witbi-- d .schools In Kentucky Jmvo ben Av'hrn your child lias whooping ciii.i showing Infections of fiom V) the sliodd) nrtlul" to the retail slioji 'distill b.iiR-- i s tlirouglioiit the fit). Tli dePer wnt. to M prr oetit. T.lioio U uood kfeper, so thn,t he. in his turn, w chirxes vvirkd fiom Imltlng to lot- !. Wireflil to knp tho eoilKh loose itid j epe tonitlon ,easy by slvlinr Cliamb-roanons to uelli-vthat the peruenUe )f nounce It to the w,holesaUr. .ml who to 'assault." knows that In Uio tours.- of time the Iain's CoiikIi Itnued as mny i.o rcqul si lnfiiotlon In some of the county w.'hoa1.' Tjs.vrnc COLLEGE ln.vHrvi.TSD manuf.acturei.s mslit Kot the lld.i that 010, W. HC1IVVHT7. This remidy will oNo llipilfy the toU',' wJII run as hUh a SO Tho traffic In th new Mid. UuiibrbU ritist iial RTAiit.tMiirn iho4 hoddy coods nre not umted. Tiny can subway was disrupted." The kv. The worms do not multlpjj th in flist tr.ln mucus and 111:1 ko It easier to epcctor- uiiy uiu sui.Huiiuu nrueie ei.-nln' ' '",M used iiciissfull body, but the adult females ....p.ioi to o oivt at p.il. wn, H deposit T0 mo, It will ntrlkots cost a. little more. Itelli-vu- -' I,, d feTe.it number of iwk-s- , from a fow J.ut with 'it ,,1,n" lddcmlcs mid is safe and uiilfoinis. '"'e r a dealers.) THE m to three or four tlious.md eVery not be mora cMvn.lv 0 In tho end. Uielr tAAsi, tilel to set the crew of ,.,., ,, ... Shoddlnevs ud elieaime--,,lnev- - thQ ...... ,lff. .,..,,... PucVhte'j "Kull ol Life" Nortlictn Cro SEWING day, which are nuss-i- l off with the norIciliKirnlSmilt luve a Tcpulailou ot .isvcariol QUCStlOHS Of Life. l.Mislvenefs, mind ou but tho heapn..ssjani, nalIv ,. l)t MACHINE t icrrvlul , ,e Kl,.irUi otr.j mal "oowel movements. t Theso Ktowuii; then. It tu) XiM cLint thetw.!, OF Are fully mid pnop rly answered In T' J tlio Tj1L. lram f;IMnv puU, , ,ml llt ;-. unikj" favorable conditions of lempera- - which Is niot costly In tho end-a- re bcaioiublc Sicaltlfj QUAU . Y. SIfMllaJ AihUerl ilnt ti.mh ton inn.i. ,iu,.r.in ... ,.... ,1'N.pleN Common-Sinsture niobuuro and sliade, hutch out the 0111 s,.s of the uk". IU us protest Ha r'iest Rnl Vjlr.it in . . Ji 50 Rustic! ,,J" " V i'lvlv th ill In eveij wa.v we ivm think of. M' - a result of liUte your;? worms, called larvae, Jn r.iuibi A ciowid of fifty .stiklen tho . . Jj 13 Iluilwl Krfufie I xtra Iatl i rinnjju-s-j . a, i.iceti 10.1 . mo or luiilth aivl ktui twen'ty-fou- r course of about stoip.l siii. of the oais and tied .hour. Va dwell Imp K.dnc) Wa Ji v Kuilicl NOT .7 .cw Miue wax ! 5 Ituiltcl Witli n a week ths tiny urgunUiu hw uot the crews to nult. TJiev had bu-- , Iwppy nuirrlasfis are sure to follow . . . Cumc'i Kust 1'nvil Wax . ( w Iludicl SOLD ... .IV'I I. I.n ....,.-- . ..j ..ill. ... .....1 III ..... n.lu n ,1,11, j 111IU idled Ha skin twilco, muih as does tho I. sles und .ioutmi and yaiv-as tluy FOR FLETCHER'S PUAS .. UNDER ritta Parly Aluka . . . JjwPuilitl .' nuulieii ihinuuTi the .stree,L. enak. It Uvea in Uils ruxiiiff .skin, 1'our All the knowledge a jouni; lain or wor. Nrw I itl r.rarlui ANY 5yiKudiel an, wife or dauchtir should have, Mnivfnrd s Oifdoii . i 50 liudicl is cnr were stallid at th" entianco but takr.s no fond uftrr the flt.it to OTHER BuiUh.c'4 LlRhtnlncI'.ipirss j$t liuthel V j oniita'neil In this bhj Home lootor ItooU dayf follow Ins; Its esoajo from tho oris. NAME. the vladiut In liuubrld,'e. Three of Lettuce, Rwiiih. Tomato and a full line of . eoiiUilulKK IOCS pmes with uiftravlivs an So dn. Pints ami Hull. at kmest crowing HOW WOIIM HNTUI'.S i;oiv. thrm were imujiUoly wrecked. PLAN TO CHANGE ivnd i ir complete catalogue or submit a list ui color.sl plates, utul bound In ctoUi, (nea-- . VAklt M...I . Ill A. AlUr the tdicdiUiitt of tliu t.dn thu The liiiMwi Klevutid liUwmy WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. has I'.iiv ttircct (rum the crow cr Sae Moncv. iH for $1 JW joun worm is do tho staia-J- whlih tt called to Its aid l."jil men fu.ni Now)' Iy Tt'.'i I'oplcs foinutly Write toslay. Mention this paper. If you purchase the NI V HO.MK yo i will COURSE OF RIVER vork. i'lilludelphli giuli Is sejit ri:i:u to Uny one .ndlni; have a Ilfeact at the Us New ,11 U und to svtltle of ciiUrlni; ,the iiiunau ImwIv, ind will of not have an endless eh.uu of repair. operate inrs. Of tlie whiii'i It nuy do in ono or tivo wiivs. S'J cuno to -- 1 one.iut stami to Jirefiny ni-- t l'Vs s.acf St , IixiforJ Uti First. RKlfortf, no Kirs, It m.ty be .swallowed with l.ostoii during tl.o last two tn.s, ftni vvrupjiliu; and jiostiiee. Thrio nio Quility Totfl or water. Susmdly, houis th ire will conditions to this offer and tho render it Movement Is On Foot To Cut 111 the net tvvi I in I " bo U jrray set Into the body by boring mor. The labor hjidei claimed must, not ussi i;iiito this tsKik wlt'i thConsidered Channel At New Madrid thro'ii-J- i a total of th kln. In K'lictiatliu; Ui. membei-- fiom the virlTJ advertising paiuldilcls pliraud by quail it Is the .the ciuntry. (HvLslons of tliu ulovjitisl and pi.illct thioiiKhout Address, fckln tho einhijjos piodiicu the condition .' 9 Bend. Cheapest hnnna a.s "dew lioKiur" or "ru.itui, that JS p. r o nt. of Uie socnlled loyal Washington .t., lluffalo, New i.rk. a t, ur, uu lt. WpnWly ot)Ulnl la ofauin lU.li," men4 will refuse to oienite iars when th wlilch Is UMially thu flr.M. in the end THAT PA.lrilth.iatlwrwil3r Jjl There U moro Catarrh in this soctlon ' I'BM. amlTielp yuu to .ucreea, of itviokworm disease. Tills "d w pol. real test comes. l Ky., .luno ". Ther (wnl nwlel, ijlioioor .kcUb Hickman, of the cniuitiy .trmn a' I other dlsivuos to buy. remrt on ltnt.t,illty. win" Is fteiicrally on the feet or ajio'it a move Tho liniton olcvattd w xr- coiumnv em- put on foot to cut a clijnmvl at Maduntil the alst few years ploys HsrcrcNcts. ro,?r.'Uu3. tho inkles, and It Is b.dicvoil Ui,.it the If you want nsewlnir machine, write for men, j.i of whom are In was .supisjsud to bo rid llind, sciveraj miles below Ilicknuin, Utenti writ, to Incurable. IV a our latest catalogue before you purch ml Uio untfoiiued woan of Mm a will I.iiki;1v prevent 't which wlU i,Iuiwe ,tjie ie. iv lie. It oihonts sriat many yoaia doctors prmvoiuteinl It t'oiiiso of the .M'J Tte N31Y Home Sewing MkSuis Co., Oranp, SIjss. w. and protect tialusl hookworm dbtnis". 1.T,W miles of tiail:. US of winch aie Mlvdssljijil Iilver a Ioo.il dLseasonnd prt.scilbcd local rem- as in isve tho ctl iLsed for surfa's Af,Vr ieiititr.itliiK Hie skin thu it lie cuul nas iuniilii. edles, and by constantly falling to cure of New- M.yliild, Mo., hWh and dry. The fntf' the blood dtrr'ttm, pissuus tlmnuli Inonvenleucts Mifftnd by that town as der for subw.ay and elevabid trains' with local tiialmcnt, pronounced It inthe Ji tut mid lilies, imk,s 1t.s way up a itvoiilt of the went overflows iitus Ono million piss. jigtis are c.iiiImI ev- curable. Since has proven uiuurh to thu nhid-lio or Is couched tip and served to stimulate tho clll.uii.s x take ery iLiy. be a constitutional treatment. Halls Hwally.vcd, and utU.v It p ussit, down the tills step. They .11 ti bolni; Cuie, mimufncturid by r. J. (tiieii. BUCKBEE'S BUBS SVCCtEDt ' Joy. Could Shout for t?ullet Into the .stoiu.ic.li flnallj enters with by ey & Co Ladies! ave Money asd Keep iaC miw of the jiiomlunt men of "I SPECIAL OFFER' vint to thank jou from tin bot- stltutlonal, Toledo,onOhio, Is the only not. tho nn.ill bowels. T,lils jn"t,lul of Tennesxe. Thu uNtiemo bind In ihe tom of my cure 11.. .!... 1 the market. It Is Mad fa build Style by Reading McCall' heart." wiote C. 1!. i:,idr. ot the body that h.us horn demoii-Mrutrill wilt mnkn 111 1 rn.. - ... 1 i river at tint point U thirtj-flv- o or fm-- l tocuuf. Hatltrattloatfu&r&ntmul nrv...ir Magazine and Using McCall Patterns I.evvWiuig, W. Va, "for Uio wonderful, taken Internally In doses from i) diops ' mnnnv Vufiimin.l In aeituil oup.'rlmeiit iikii miles around und only to a tcaspoonful. It nits dhciJIv on Souvenir ColIect!oa".Cb,,.IWfctp' bjni,. bellies jiiiI lower u ullmals. Jla.- - I'Viiin Luuls luno been a mllv In width. double b. mflt 1 ot fiom V.leehi. uut, Mnprli MtC.U'iM.f.tla.nlll ' F.JV IJ(WVU( t IIM blood and mucous suifaie.s of tlio sy iwtU riauvixi.t UBli4. WCAlli MACAZIhE lull, jou dre'i mlIn eurlnipnnt DMUI mo of both nsom. eaut the o'Jied the .situ in Lhe bol vvJioiv b I' d) nt n inoderuli) iuu. Siwwjfub, iivoiflous, whluh huvo landed iuva tent. Thty offor ono hunched dollars fir I W"1 w-- v I vpi'iiso bi kupiiiiii; of .stomtic.li trouble and of rliouiu lUsin. TwImui t u. s to reMd", tlio worm .' U! !"Ut IjIJB. U1411. ..rrkih. 11 P. hrM Th"l. "J""".Us wniill buildh'in .nyl J t ..t nny oasc It falls to cui. .Scud for ih0 smII. If tbo pro. from vvhkft I .. I r'U ported on tlio had been an almo-- t help-le- ts I .lieu iivou', b Km is miture an I Irt.M fjnhloll.1 III Jl tKV.NTLEUTO f.IMHr IHuI iiinal l.s ut. It will Uo ut a point ami tntlnioul.ils. tyriro to'day I .il.es mid suffijer for bn cir. It sun Paper ill' Ml my ttt The iiwjs'Jiiv b sjii l.nuuii to nem the old UoutlneiiJlal c iv r.elitou l)eslt;r.i iViitfes: !'. j. ciii:ni:v & co., top . Iiulhlhu und ea as Uioiwjh made Just for in. til'rrVi In cull lue, Al it lM Tor in tho Hlooh. ,sU und Diifjii.f iuu.MikMLi l,1'''?"4"."4l''':l,'' II. M. NovrliuiiH' ston jnul will bj iin luidile liiforinalli dysieislji, iiidl'tt.ston, Jaundli'-- , j id to do, Ohio! )"l - aftir oMteiliiKulnl skin luf.''- - niliw In width and oil Hit home nlld 4T- - ' b t..ain..li. Hold by ill diut,lsts, T.'e. mile loiur. a ,sUi,. rid the trv.ii..i.. t (ml Lin Comm.xontlon :o.i..l unlici-i- . f stum of kidney pdmi:.i. tint t a) , Iq,:.. J L.t.i 11,1. .MlTOIilKJk. Il3i..I., sulptUin Is a jeir liiehiilui'i f Tuke Hull's Kamlly 1'IIU for constlp". niUnl by Uio oltlXMif enuse nheunutliim, 1U.IWIU irn'"ii.ribi.i'ku?i h Kltctilc llttuj. luuo n freo piiiicru. Sub " ; in ( wiiuuMiuwQna(i4nr tton. , la no nou I ncsil of uio ono l 'In.-- to help tho G.ivrtuucn.t in the woift. m ni o twlay or M'lid IjM no ctiu.il. Try them, lively bu ,'s lor lice rni,b tciy. in. w. oiCKU30 t.i .. with ooii.stlputloii. ChamlHiikil'i The utn of tsi.wn) already luui boon EossrotD. ill. i Koarantutxl to ba.tlt.fy. Only &J 1 r at ' .11 foil your lenm loyoiitoinrl-.elQueer Idea of Joke. T . . - will 01111M1 mi ngioiable move. I'ulhol ut Ni u-- .Madrid oiyl U b.'Jair In- m (,, niiliaml. .,ihi.-- l r idl dru;lsla. m ' ' ''n I 'n f tl.u IhiwoIs without iuiv undivis. ertiwMtd. A sriat deal of ill will In. puil. ' t l WliKhestii, Ky., .luno f.i!o ' - me lil.'lier Unit is , .nt ' t. lllvo tin W.itciuiiiu juiwliiitul u.t u result '"" " lii I - rn l juilicuo. ( a triad. Tor silo lull),,' blkell ill tjio ploji ri. iul it Ool Difficult To Grow Melons. V, I Ci . u fW rrnrelt h r eettllii: fltl'i I now art Jf Uio pUn wll bo itirilod to tho ciliok ficilvodTliuisdaynJht. wli. u hi 1. I hIu.s. m ' hen bllKllt utlacl.n tlio funtolou, iim.. "l.u.l - fjdforfmJ tlio ' eomplutlvii. 01 li pi iai Oiler. fihcr biptJ.ir. Cliuilm Wnteiuiun, a kIio". tlio lioss of the Kiiwr wilts, iU VJi The High Low Price. V9 us .tlio huv oh of ids plant It Ls umally maker of tlil.s city, tojtwrajvhod io h r (Hy Kui'li CuiiM-on.fiom I.o.NlnHlon, uudur Drlvos off a Terror. fictitious alum's a luiril cuse Ui 11110. . a tluit Wateriimii w,i il,eiul. rondltlon of model The ohliff BMvutloner of duatli In th Loaf bllnlvt In itlie must L'onimou of OVER 68 YEARS' b Wihiht .whliji wlwli Uie wonmi wlntir und Miring moiahs Is pneumonia cantiiloujm Tho. liidii'M flitter III ido aimnseiiir-iUtioubp.s. EXPERIENCE Tho loans .:1 with a f.exlnj;;oii undciaaker loiintiy would Ju bojiw way pro. IU udvanee aifdits ur io'jU and . in ito Jirive lUfht, with iovrciil to duik ts d lll.lt la tllO infills of llltlcles, the body r.uinl for. Alls nny attack by one of tlieko 1n.1lu.dles 110 blown, sener.ijly idruiiUir Wutrimin ikU, uJilch a.ua .M10 iuid not eoncvlve vh.i,t MI11 , iioii,ii KO.MJ eiioiiKIl to nil out. tlmn sluuibl lo ihu.1 In takln her . the best Inrixuhu lu .sUo und fhnlly VI biotlior'n motlvo won. AV atu man ,to!d v'P"iiiuuc, atu so cliinply jntlu modtolno abluln.iblo to drivo It off. rosultlnsf in ivunpleto wlltlm,- - und r MeCALL PATTERNS thai tho ie.hu;toii jiollco ho dVl It its a uio nlnio.t dill lei y usolen Ooiintla.ss tliouwunU Jiuau found UiU to L'cicbratia (or of tho Uaves. tclUbdtjr nearly 40 ycat. J...M Pn JL J ok?. fui in. i. ui purpo.iv, btf Ur. ivlnif's Xow UUiiveiy. "Jly Ims. Tradc Marks Tho spots commonly ,how fine and W every city and ton in the United butciarj DBIQNB - iiiaUIios tho Kor CaruJi or ly mail direct. More "J thSa .imio., tihtl thsband bullous It Jus kept J1I111 fmui lia.v rather ludUtlnct 111.11 kl js anjr other make. Send far tree catalorrut Uacli nso of our lives has Its ioyg. Old Annnan.li.. u . C0PVRWHTB AC olhr d.y l.if..i j fouiiil ono vvhleli Intf imeiinionl throo 01 four times," Hindi o,i uio found In tlv aecrlptlon lu.r "l iiViriiLS .rir. ii' ' V." ul'"'l"n free whether au I'onuuon people should be happy, und Uiey w 111 bo McCALL'S MAGAZINE u onipllhli thu iMirisi.o for wliluli wiltea Mrs. tlioiRe AV, I'ljce, More ubscrlbcr vould than Uawsoii. nlteiu.irU bllht of tho potato. on . il i",Jj fVa.u?':,0,,lKHWDTPeelJui a month, 'inwlwble The CJituubci Iain's Tublots uio tuken to liuUJii-- . uro pie.Miiiiidy made. Tlio f Ut illo,Vt.,"uiiil for I'oiiKhs.cobls and cioup" loaf utalks and lnes ure so uSUy ted. 8t1ciLKtlu.11 tlio dl(,'Cstion and keep tho tnandne-mllllneedlework. ftaIrTcirX two lv,;e, tint llilul li.ul 110 plio.spliorus, wo have never found Its ciiu.U." Uuj,ran. 1110 .V pood Horics etc. Only 60 centii bllslut IS IVlUsud by filnmi ll bowels reeulur. ,Theso ta,blots uro nlld double). IncludlnK Ireo wttirn und frv;n thu fountli and fifth the pjioJ. teed for all bioncJiJul affection,, Subjcribe today, or acod for .ample may at least bo checked l'xleo wlilili by and senile In their aotlan tind epnculally cot puorom iuiiji"i uu, 111 .1110 mm tivtn:o M cts. ami Jl.oo. Trial battlo free ut spraying INMJCEMENTS with bordeaux. ultablo for Teoplo of inlddlo ago and trVONBEBrUL Postal to Agent. bring, premium ciUioeut l!fiitio On my luiid ana bumlti lUti-all druggists. n, Tho tlrvx pilUitlou sroAJid bo wa,d oldor. Tor sale by all dealers, and new cash prlxe offer.. Addre.i . m IMCCflMtM4My.MMlfYBrk 1 cu et, mi mi w.mti. mm tm oaiot. y SANITATION IS Pilot-tor- i! THE ONLY CHECK as Horrible as tt Children Cry.for Flttchr's pil-Ioh- Tuberculosis. Boautlo. M lccn i th-m- I.iiia b"-fo- C$C r It e rert'l (w talust tn What is CASTORIA Snis. 1 r vi It r . 1X1 GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS nt JiooU-wor- a-- ay (2L&0&u In Use For Over the Signature of sl The Kind You Have Always Bought , 30 Years e- jjr-nlclo- tln Jor-chest- ir .subst-in,tl- il "JO -- )u POSITIONS GUARANTEED WE s nl tli-r- - 111 ?if;aoi J r - ir risuriTi:i. BUSINESS -- t.oui.svirnn. J uu.Ks ',(-v- liun-dru- ot ,,,.,,. I l'r tqs'-fs- e NEW SEEDS -- Children Cry i CASTORIA !... !"' - " 11 I ll HOME i'in ini!ii Ma-k- rt .... ... pfl-rs- I a - H. W. BUCKBEE nty-foi- ir - r 3..-.- htc ii -- r'No '. -: iim " - 1 Ox-tur- BULBS ! rj 1 kl lilt-tc- rs 1 , -- -- 1 1 1 ''' ;ttfSymoL?jrlz. ijito " SlXll as li!2thl -. !" 1 . K 1, 7 J V 11 1 v . . . lutsjt 1 7.-- 111 1 '". f . . ) 11 . 11 1 SRy UlKi (1 'y 1 nuil-liU- iJJTTTH "'"' 1 ",., 1 , 11 1 S A$ckniinc Jhuriciit r bu wmMmToS; k a E ;jy"SC!!!!!!!5!S! The Pool of Flame y By lighten thfi burden your homn. S. rmu-rhiK- at rJilld nirlri In AGES OF MEN IN RACE FOR PRESIDENT Ivm't you pit out of n,to cxnuUy what you init fort tint ntso lliat tlifj( Is n very jtreat illf. fcrencc iK'lwren tlio price they trt In 1912 nnd tlmso Uii.y r,ocelel 'diirln? Hie ler Kroc-Tnid- e C'lcvclamil It. nlrnlnlstratbii (O.) ollile-w- HOT FLASHES. innli. i.. n omen hen In middle arfe nfipn r a t. f. liim't .nifiko jour rtiro Mnlrurs thy means of controlling your wl.',lhiM,-li- t iiml conduct. . o in. If tlitro nro no nhlMrcn, ibm'i yimr wife's Inking hex jJirj lnyKlo ' you In the workaday world. on-o- of two ilit .idea uko. lliirtun Nearly All Are In Prime of Life And All Have Practiced X Xxxxxxxvxx 1M-2ASI- n Law. LOOIS JOSEPH VANCE MsstrallMs r ElUtnrtfc . U Tm Us2ii-!I Oopjrlght 1KI, b, Looja joph VftBoa CHAPTER XXV. Mrs. Prycne, roused out of her semi- ntnpor by O'llourke'H cry, with some I return' of her habitual clearness qf thought, stepped to the companionway ind called for her maid. O'Rourke paused a hand over his eyes, and brought It awny black with blood, but was no more than half iware of this. Dazed and' henrtbrok-in- , he stared blankly round the sham-M- a that was the deck, then, recover-In- n slightly, saw Ceclle Join her s, and realized that, whatever bis iwrsonal grief, pain and despair, he roust play the part of the O'ltourke. Ho he turned and staggered down into the saloon. Danny was, In his berth, sleeping the childlike and loglike sleep that was over his. Dravos, below, his cars deaf-on- e by the mighty chant of his had been no more conscious of the drama on deck than had Danny. O'Rourke caught the boy with hands that gripped his shoulders cruelly, and ' Khook him awake, then methodically tooted him up the steps to the deck. Once there, Danny came to his prop, or senses and fell with a will to the tasks O'Rourke set for him. With Ceclle he lifted the unconscious captain and bo're hlfh down to his berth; then left him to the ministrations or mistress and maid and returned to throw overboard the last corpse, that of the ilascar whom tho serang had set to ulay the adventurer from behind. O'Rourke himself proceeded to the bridge, where he found the helmsman ntlll at the wheel, soberly keeping the vessel on her course. The clrcum-stanc- e at tho time surprised him; but it afterwards was developed by dint of 'of the remainder of the crew that the serang had specially exempted Quick and Dmvoi from the general massacre, they being Jield necessary to the navigation of the ship. He had likewise put strict injuctions on the helmsman not to de- CoiiKrccatlotuilLNts this rkvevk In sert the wheel, whatever the tide of meetlnjat of tho two rollloiw battle, whether for or , against his Uxlit-j- i JTJie tliU ucok. l'rciib) tcrlnii brethren. Tho stabbing of Quick Loulsvlllo and the ;ocmed to have been accidental, or arc la Hesslnn In necessary under circumstances unfore- surjirlslru; .dK'laratlon wils tn.'ulo ye.i. seen. ii!iurniliii1 tcnlo' that tliere aro 2,tQ As a matter of fact, the remainder In the United States jkLstoitass ond Of the lascars were thoroughly cowed at tho .eonfyvnee x of ho find proved unbelievably docile for the at Ktt:ln, Jllbols, the atuie-meIbalance of the trip. was iiuulo tlmt many of the Thus It was that the voyage of the aro bdiiK iiKuulonod in Ranee from Aden to Bombay waa of tho lack of pushed through without further fatal- the Atate on account Hlfferejit reasons .were ity. To the Irishman, however, must ministers. o more than half the credit; for forty-- Klven for this cimlltlun, chief of eight hours he sever left the bridge whUJi was tho low isajary and the nor once closed his eyes In slumber. heaCy domantls on a minister's purse It was not Indeed until the Ranee, for- rJiartty wrk and otlicr thhiK8 nn the stroke of the hour, ithe evening Incidental .to the tulnlotry r.uliw.ali Hun cf the fifteenth day of Jane, walked jjiraartly into Bombay harbor, the InHer Yearniig. ternational code signal "NJ" fluttering from her peak, rounded Colabra I.ltUn ilarjorlc J.oulse Jc.ineil on hor land dropped anchor off. the point; not KniiKlnuuiuna's liuce and Razed Inlo runtll Danny and Dravos, free At length wjth a paitflculai ly jioulful ex- from their toll In the broiling engine-groi- siik'o came on dock to relieve blm, Iirenslon. "Oh, Kraiidmothoj-.ho mxv out, auJ lUiat O'Rourke collapsed stumbled tdown the bridge ladder and lurched suililenly, "I Jimt Ioiik to grow up and drunkenly down the saloon compan bo a htjf lady mid liavo iiumi!-llnrjH-ir'D lonway. ills bead humming- - with lijiy.ir. wleep, his brain bemused with fatigue nnd pain, his eyes heavy, he brushed Iby Mrs.j Pryuno without seeing her or even hearing her low cry of pity and solicitude; and so entering the first stateroom that he came to, threw him-el- f, already asleep, into the berth. As he did feo a loaded revolver Uropjied from his numb lingers. . , mis-trenivi-sn CoaRreisn-tliiiwIlsLiil eliiu-i-Jie- s n, In nn artllcln In the .Itino Anietylnn Whrn n dinmeful plot exists between MiipiJno entitled "Out Next l'rtMent liver nml ttowcla to cauxo distress by re- anil some Other,"' Umi author, ltuy fusing to net, take Dr. Klnk'n New I.lfo StnniL'ird llaker, prewntn tlm following I'lllnnil end such abuse of your system. factn: They gently compel rltfht nctlnn of "It is lnte.roilltiK to know t,ha,t rv,ory stomach, liver nnd hnwds, nnd restore one of tho wv'n rnnpllila,tip, even your health nml nil good feelings. 2fc at Itooaevelt, has boen ndtnlUeil all ilrnplstf. to the li.tr, nml five of them iu,vo lunt HucccsHfuJ caioers In tlii law. Two liavo been Judges. No one of them 1s a liusl. ncjyt man, nnd no one, ivo Mr. Harmon hn had any considerable cjnTletioc with hiistness uffalrs, either lare or Among Our Exchanges. email. No one of theni Is a rich man and 'though several of them, by virtue V of their high Uilenls, havu Iwen able at times to earn laro Income", they love all lieon Jiard worker. Two or three of WII.I. 1112 A aOUSKNl). them have been relatively poor men all Tlio in,w iiIiht; vtlll bo it weli'om their lives, living frugally ntil ileviittJiiK ftiuiiieliil Innovatliiii ee if lined fur no thonisclv's unreservedly to puhllc work. other imrMM- - llinn to luinil out tuj'iill-nu"All of tho candidates, .iv WJon, rmrtera wlm aio not Fuclalile enuiis have had lonff exjicrlcnco In public office to reach ,lhu llmll. I.exliiKton and In dealing with public men nnd Lllcrald. pub'lc qiiestloiiH. While mos,t of Uiein can be called ablcpolltlclans.no one of AJtl-- COITNTINf! ON ItOOKI2VI2t.T. to that otwiio tpc llets aro beliu; madj on tljr New York them belongs tK.k ec)iuiiK0 Unit Col. ltoo,soelt will known as, a machlno politician; a bos.i. be nominated for President. IIiIk la a There In to tho credit of cveiy one o prrtty nro linllciitlon of tlio May Un them not a little sound public service. "All of the .seven, pave possibly Hnr-mowind U Ulowliw;. JlouiiLiln p:lio. aro nx the very .prime of life for I national WANT UNION M12KTINO. btadershlp Tlise lire their Wo limio tlio iiiltilntoxial ashuelatlon ages: of SL'idUomilllo will nee its way clear Underivosl, M years old. to Iuiao iiiiUui Mervlees at nights wlie'i i Itooscvt'lt, fl ycrtrs old. the itys Bet lonrf nnd hot. Wo favor Taft, T& years old. . ( tlibiMj tlintuv iniiy hear other preach'i Wilson, ,"iS yiirs old. ers JJwui our own.tliiU ll inay .tiling' aliou f.7 years old, a closer union of Christian people that til ' i Clarke yctirs Id. memlH'rs of dlffureut churches may Harmon, CO years old. better acijualnttiil. Mllevjnir tli.it "It Is nl.o of curious rather than o.t Hiich meotlivui would l.e for the ibim;-f- lt Unior,taiit Interest tlrat mnf4 of the of all nwivoerued. Tlio xoelul feature seven wvri' lmrji In States w'llch liavo of this. If lloUilllK lse uiiK';lIh (o us Ioiib been fertile In tliio proilue(Uon of very largcb-- . We liopo tha-tInternsted rreskleiilH and .J'rcsldentta anecdotes, will take u the matter and that 'Jo Wilson was Wirn in Vlrslnla. Clark pml shall ilurtiw Uic hut nU;hLs at t Underwood In Kentucky, Taft and n have Uujso union jforvlccs. Mudlsom lllo In Ohio, nml Jtooievejt in Nov Hurtlor. Nork. Only one candidate, Ia FolleUe, comes from what may be cillod a new I'ltKAClUiltS WANTKl). Preplduitlal Slate." "1'ieiuJiur.s Wanted' Is a sign Iiuok up Jiy trntli the l're4j)teriiins nnl ui n, I ,Itar-nvoas-uu- nl Foils a Foul Plot. IC1I.I, THAT xi x WIIV? x ltl2C'Af.S12 x il'lles breed In manure nnd othor x nith. x I'lli Mnlk nnd on on:rotn x nn1 opiita from jicoiplo ill with ty-- x phold fever, tulKsnculoils, iLtrrhocol x affections and many ot,h"r dlwirues. tx One fly can mrry and may de-- x jxs,lt on mir fooul COOO.WiO bnxrterla. x One fly In one summer may 19i,312Ji00,00O,O0Q,(iJO noi imilly X descendants. X A fly Is an cncniy to Jiesii'th the health of our children, thj iciiuii oi our community: A fly cannot dovcloji from theesf In le.s than clslit ilays; therefore,, if. we clean up cvorytlilnf; tlior mujhly every week, and keep all mnnuic jcrcerid, tliere ncol be no files. Will ou lulp in the canvpalijn asulnst this jK?st? I . ravoruc inscription girlhood to womanhood and from motherhood to old ejje-w- ith backache, diwi. new or headache. A woman oitcn becomes sleepless, nervous, " broken-down,- " irritable and feels tired from morniniJ to nifilit. Vhcn pains and ache!; rack thi womanly system at frequent Intervals, ah your neighbor about m . iMiior. oi a. Jicnuion Strct, Baltimore, Md., &a;a: "I wroto you about nine months ago, telling- - you of my condition. 1 have a nne baby girl-s- he wclrhed nine pounds when born. Che it my third child the Mronjrcst of them all. My Buffering- - was only for two tnd hours. 1 took several bottlea of 'Favorite Prescription' and one of Dr. I'lcrcc's Smart-WecI never had a well day before I took your medicine I was surprised how well I felt-co- uld eat-- was always hungry, and never had a sick stomach. The nurse who was with me said the medlclro was wonder-f- ul because 1 irot along-- so nicely after havlr, had so much trouble before. She Intends to recommend It to all her suffering patients. Everybody Is astonished at me because I only welshed 102 pounds before and now I weigh 13j. I have had several ladies come to mo and nk nhnnt n medicine. I am willing to recommend it to all who suffer ond want help. ' . uuonuuon g win m glad to givo v it to them." Uts. Imhof & CurLO. their delicate organum They arc nt that starfj ncciln a tonic and hclpinU-han- d w'lich only Dr. can fiive them. Many women suffer needlessly from Doctor Pierce's Favorite Proscription. ii fl co pi..'. X x x v x x 3AMES & CO., First Class UverymaH Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, x HELD UP ON ROAD DY GYPSY DAND Farm of Warren County Has An OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican The Republican The Reptblican The Republican The Republican The Republican The rtEPUBLicAH The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Louisville Herald and Courier-Journal .- - Unpleasant 11.35 1.50 1.75 1.50 Ky., June 4. Held IIowIIiik nrccn, up unit nihbud in a puUsr fanner by a band, at wandering; Mexican Kyiwle, J. . Miller, a pr.amlnent and St. Louis and Home and Farm Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro farmer of ,tlic t,lchailsvlih neighborhood, was In ;Uio olty to report the robbery to tlio authorities. Miller claims be was driving In a buggy to hU hoiiie. When near ItcJuirdsvlllle lie started to .lifis three covened ajun! nypsy style. Ho of tlie typical lnd lmrdly mucJicd them, lie pays, when his biiKKy surrounded by tpn men, one of wham asked for a match. Tha others fumbled nnd jobtlal him abo,nt, eruleavonlnK to bave him let tham t;ll Becoming his forXuim. cNieltcd. he inado an effort ito )Kiat Uvem ff, and It was durliu; tjiU ptorony jicrlod, ho Tor Ioiiu&s and CMldreii. alleges, . the men vcnt throusb bis T!!3 oriunuteiy nc liad but a YMflavi Allays Bovgi; uockojs. small mini. Alllllcr say that In bU Bears the opinion tbore were but three men In Kgnatmre of the crowd, nnd that the balance were women dressed in masculluc attire. It is reported that .tills name .tribe 3 Wealth of Taft and Harmon. of nonuids Also .used similar tootles to 10. Ituturns inado Cincinnati, June to rclloxe sevoral others of their money tho .personal property ansesHurs how tho In tho Itlclrardav lllo neighborhood, and wealth of tho two Ohio qandldj,tas that one man, finding that lie h.i.l been robbed of J1.50, .went after the Wlllbyn II. Tail's refurn shows x crowd in a rather rough manner and total of tTI.DV) and lncluiltw a $1,0)0 succiided In recovering lis oasli. 100 piano, 5,C0 lunsc, a 1KKI watcji, s Inquirer 1.75 and '. 3.50 and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 ana Irauy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 and 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Twice-a-Wee- CASTOR I A m Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN., k &&?&&( YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads . a ( To lie contlnn ed.) For Sale, Corn, liny ond one horse for sale. Call It. H. MARTIN. on Hartford, Ky. i;it Taft. jnny as.a rule .be cured SK hundreil delegate I got,ta on ray In fnuu threo to four 0ay by njiplyln J. 0nff ChainbojiLln's IJnlmcnt uiul oIimtvIh;,' besir, I'm a bear, fTtyldy boar. ! tho llrcct!in wltli eiuji iKtttle. b'lir I'm u JIUIJ.V. sule by ull tleuleis. in Ls lIlliioU btuilu It, statya'it, BtfUtli A , cash in 'bank and JCT.,000 of atlver cr- Honal property und investments. "Even Teddy's Doing It." year his tatal 145,440. so that Chlcasn, June C Another Roosethe President Is itbta yifir ISS.K0 rlfllier velt tvunpalcn' sons has mode Its than Uiwt ynir. JIls ealao' it fT.'.OOO n here nvJ,Ui Wie approval of year. the Colonel's licradquartem. It la sun?, J iul.su n Harmon's rrtum tor jtlils year to the tune of "Everybody's Doln' It.'' M,5I0 totals UXXa n,s asaJnst Here It la: year, ho that ho is $16,190 poorer. His he do for It. pcraonal pnojkerly return for tills year s be do for it.'Uo for !t, slukivH a watoji valunl at jl.V), an unto. . do for It nobUp valiuxl at t,7M. a plans valued he do for lt.'Jlo for it, In ltink nml at J1W), C00 nUter do for It-- He perMVuU property find invcutnicnts of suy. "My Golta, I Go.Ua msuka liiuah. Ills salnry Is J10XO u 1 knofKii do stuff oitta blu illljla Envelopes Iat Statements Cards And sa : : IWUll-dc-Ito- Ji fippociai sttsTcenion A A other printed forms are given Tldl-de-rtoo- Tixldl-de-Ilp- o In The Republican jw. Job Department. Hamilton, Bermuda, where lio ds stationed, nd Is a cricketer or ublllty. Ho Is thlrty-- l yeans old und Jllss WED A BRITON Newberry Is twienty-fou- r. Copt. won tho heiress' heart when thoy met In Ilerinuda, nnd their betrothal was announced by Wilrelutw when tho Daughter of Former Secretary Newberrys wero rftturnlnjr from Hamilton. Newberry Cancels Her Tho cojitaln was cntar-talnc- d recently hero ami It Is said tliat durini; Engagement. his brief stay Miss Nqwberry jiuuU up i her Jiilnd that hIib did not (ure to on KitBlislmiun. pretty niajry Juno Dctiwlt, Mich., 7.X Miss Newberry was formorly en- romonue. In whluh a girl's love of country played a leading; part, wjw revealed Based ,to Frarnk Brooks, an Amork'un. hero iby frleiuls of Miss Carol liarnc.i Newberry, of Truman II, dauubtcr Nqwberry, formor Secretary (Of tho rLMUHEKS Navy. Aucordlne to tills Mory, Vio ro. culllnj; of lnvltAtlons to tho Wieddhur of Miss Newberry and Capt. AV. II. AJIcyne, of the llrltlsh urniy, wvts duo Fish Wore Diamond. to her bivllof that only an American I'hlllodelphla, Juno ft Howard K. Hut. could muke her Jiajipy. by, a fish Coaler, dUcovivid tills morn. It was rumored In In this connection a fish wourliur a dUuioiul rlivs ia that her ihetrotltal to a former favon-- its gills. Mr. Husby was sorting the suitor, but tills time un Ajnorlean, fish from soveral bunrebi received from wauld bo within mo.uncod a few AtiKloacA when ho noticed an o4d buUjo weeks. , hi tho fills of one and tosacd It asld DqtwU oulrty iias nqver received as "defuutlvo.'' Later he exuiulned the quite such u aliojck us It suffered when "defective" and found tho diamond rlnjf. It bucome knows Unit tlio tvolross He has sent word to AnjcWs.o. an,d It th wpuld not Jnarry tli,o HrltUh heir. Ho orldnai owner of tho ring can prow Is popular with Xh society caterle at his daiu ho can b,ave the Jewel. ' ,' ' TOO PATRIOTIC TO Dream of Elopemeat True. Hr 7 Pain Pill, Don'ts for Husbands. Chicago, Juno 4. A "deiiulogue of don't for husbands" ,wus lssul today by Mrs. Myra Jtrawn Haifa, liorn In rcKnso to tho ten "divi'ts vo Jlov. by compiled for wlvea'' iwtor IV. W. Bustard, ItockofoJUT's llujktut cluirwh, of Euclid of tlie Mrs. Hartshorn sent tills Cleveland. inossogo to husbands: 1. Pon't marry u doll nnd find fault t boeauMi sho Is not a helpmate with bo afraid of a wqman 2. Pon't education and pome brains, i i 3. Pon't forget that nine out of ten your your wife wants to bo LVnr ' cjium. 4. Don't nag your wlfo until Klw loses her tomper or coca Insane. D. Don' makfe tlio blunder of btdlov tut Ina piat a-- four, five or At occupy all of her tin?, eivorey und brain powers. 6. Don't forget that Hfe without clill. .oxlit-enodren Is ft JnUjbty empty sort of 1.1 alx-roo- m e. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills will help you, as have helped others. Good for thy all kinds o( pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, j. Don't rfue U do wat you ean to ' neuralgia nnd have suffered from It for years. While visiting my son and pufferlng from one of the old attacks, he brought me a bos of Dr, Miles' Antl-I'al- n Pills. I used them us directed und after taking them It was the first time. In years the neuralgia ceased, from tbe use of medicine." MRS. K. C. HOWARD, 403 Oreene St., DowagUc, Mich. At all ctruMlsts. M ao. MILKS MEDICAL CO., Klkhart, lnd. Stomachache, Carsickhess, .Irritability and for aia in any part of the body. "I have ulwuys been subject to , bnokn Illlhi ,Tn.tci" .heart, hU nujijwrttrs Is biiHU'i ' wlrlo bliss In u flat (ijiol't. wealthy llrs. W. VtlUell, moitlier nf Ciuiki, boys, enn (a, biys, coma, boys; tVtzcll, jrsmultyl lior non youut; to It'S tllllU to Ktill't. confoss yesterday that lie anil illRs FulKverybody's ilohiK It, uvoryuody'is doln' ton luul ,bten married on Ajpril 15 u? It. , Qreorvhuw. ho doln 41 avow. Vpoji tho piilr's roturn Jiqme jKttlur Stttzell nor tlio bride said aiiiitlilna If your liver nets 'balky' start It by about the marrluKe, hut .the drewn of Uflns Ir. Miles' Ixiillvo Tablets. Mrs. Stlazoll's so weighed on her inlnd Happy Marriages. thut she was uivuuully ultinrwil, ami the sun, fourlng h would become 111, con Aro Uiu roKult of knouiu; it,ho laws of fessoil tho eliuiinieiit. Tho vhjuiik juir luiUth und nu,turc. All tlui knovvludxo u wero forgiven. yoiinj; niaj or vioiiun, wlfo or idauehtcr alioukl have, U contuhiad In tho lVqple's They Should Remember. Mfltal Advlr. by It. V. IMurve, 41. D. ,TI farmers are tho bvt people dn tho This bW Horue Doctor Ihiok ivoutalnlitif world to complain against tho tiUsh ro'it 1014 jkikoj with cjixruvliugs und .colored of llvJnjr, for tlvy uro tlio ones who pladi, ursl buiund Ju cloith, (nuarly TuO.tA) irfit tJie irreatiwt .l4icflt from it. It & tM wj.to formorly told for 1.S0 oach). Is of agriculture ithat occupy tlio wit KUKE to any one seiullnj: 31 one-ceMtjunps to prepay cst of wrapping tront scats In tlio "high coat" bundwu;. may not rat t,holr and postOire. Thero ure no conditions to on. The furnv-full sJiare of the prosent rclUng trices tUU offer und the xvadiir must not iwiio. of farm crojpi, but lvey inuvy bo sura elate this 'book with tlio odvortlalrur trait Uiey would get more of It If they pamj'hlets prepared by quarks tltrouxhou would organlss a other Vines of sndui-try- - Uie (country. Addret, Wi Wivljhujtori tyiv aVonV And they siouul reaa,- - ett., UufXaJo, N. Y. Ivo m,-o- 1'ltnburir. lVi., Juno D. Urtwnbis itut she say.- - her Mini, .AVIlllant fJ. Ktltzull, l 21. iumI iUrle Jcun FuJUm. ukcI 19, ithrco-roo- tsa U-- flidfch It, flnUh M. rinUh enJuybiK wuUileil No- - Teildl-de-Uo- CASTORI A Children run Cry- nt S il.'-.i:JjJ- i .U' --- rl. TTS 'I1 .W rrf- - jL.-JiLi- J J&rub.i . hb rv. Jtttw t fcil . ,A . tC,.1ig. h .ifea xljLai , LOk stsyrtnljsit VHM. - 'yfcH- JL. sllasaWi U-- ' who convention. There wfrovgfjise protected, but the protest win restricted to the nctiuil victims of machine manlptt- -. atwrrd ncrordlnu to law fit the l'Mtofflre latlon and n few advanced thinkers who mall matter of the fcond ftturd, Ky., wero .ilrendy bViing the way lor the tho movement that has since swept BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER country. Fuitlurmore, .Mr. Fairbanks, O. M. the object of tho steam roller' crushing EDITOR8 prc?rw, .11.1 not represent any pronound.il BAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER pi,iureslo opinion or nny strongly PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. developed popular sentiment. He wn the conservative-- , capable enndldnte of to thftt wltigof the isTity whkhlsnow rnost A4drM all communlcatiana Hartford Republican. bitter In Its fight nvnlnrt Col. Roosevelt. The people mw him flaUuied without nny great pangs of regret. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS JJut l(lny the steom roller Is bolng dcplrlnit the paper eent to n new BofoMiiliPT mlelrre innot plte the old aildren In innkltK the ned ngalnst the man who Is tho choice rri)Dt. ory State where the of the people In UnrollcltH nnimicrlpt will not he retinoid to Iwid the opportunity people hiio accompanied by potare. tulle the Morcovtr the peojile, in will recti 10 !ptnlw Anor.Tinoua coiniimnlentlona attention. last four enrs, hne donated much of their Intention and effort to destroying bosses, machines iind ctcam rollers. fThoy . 3.C3 fine have engaged In this work with enthusiasm nnd no llttlo success. tTJhey FRIDAY, JUNK 14. nre, thcrcfoie. In no humor to seo n smoothly undoing national steam will Republican the result of their labors. They Certain members of Die seem to think they, not nciulcsce, today, In tho forced nomiNational Committee the nation of a party loader as readily as Htead of the people, should. moKe they did four years ngo. nomination at Chicago. the National ComThese are facts consider, apart who'.ly should Those Owcnsboro ond Indiana officer mittee tho from the question of justico or the ethics whe- Uignflit the sweet homt of itiuntacr Blackburn would lead the,m to of the situation. These faots constitute the hldlnc place bf her loer, should bo a problem In practical politics. It Is not simply nn abstract question of w blither tapped for simples. righteous judgment shall be gUen In tlio The gTavest danger confronts the contests that seoms altogether too Republican party, and all eyes are upon abstract to appeal to the committee endorsis Chicago. If Itho convention but It Is a question of whether ,the good the itheft of delegates and attempt to will and confidence of the people shall thwart the will of the people, disaster bo retained for the Republican rtv, to Oie party must follow. whether Its nomination shall he made in tes such a manner as to dosore the "It may be that ithe country desires of the people. soup houses, to try four more yetws of remarked an Ohio County Republican on Tho friends of Col. Itoosoeit on the It committee hoe shown a spirit of fairth streets of Hartford Monday. Instructive ito ,the ucnerajtlon ness In voting with the majority to seat would be where the evidence Taft delegations which lias grown up slnice 1S33-favored them. They might hae done When we go bapk to cheap price? un- otherwise, and by requiring the majority der a low tariff, as In the Cleveland to overrule them on eery contest, Jiae day. Ohloi county farmers ,v 111 find !t created the impression that the ntcnin mortgages and roller was being used even more freIow work paying off oppressively ithan is the Bank notes with $30 mules, $3 calves, quently and down to $1 actual case. Hut they hae not done 5 cent hops and tobacco tills, and their policy gles the greater and 3 per hundred. weight to their action on those lusos 'The Louisville Herald claims to be a where they hae oted for the Uoiwevclt Republican paper, whllo certain pf Its delegates. friendly A newspiper is columns abound In praise of Democratic J to the President as tjie Chicago Htenlng leaders and criticisms of various Repub- Post frankly denounces the seating licans. Republican readers of that sheet of tho Taft delegates from the Ninth cry sore Alabama District. Mr. in these parts are getting Taft may need oter the Heralds present tourse. theso delegates and many more that he may hae to obtain by similar methods, Four years f eirntar but, If they win him tho nomination would mako I. W. W.'ft (I won't they will win him little else. Th Ite- work) of all of us.liecauso there wouldn't publlcan party can nut carry the election be any wor kfor mione. llngkind, GerIn November with a nominee chosen in many 'and Japan .would be supplying this manner, and tho man who accepts country with goods our own workingmon this to people such a nomination cannot e.pect tjiould produce. Funny people-ithu- t , retain the respect of the .people. this country. Pueblo (Colo.) Opinion. The Taft majority on the committee are so sorry the Louisville Herald Is composed largely of men from States W partv, did not say the things about "steam without an effective ilepublte-arepudiated people or from States that hao roller methods of the Taft our them in the recent primaries. It is (these which It Is saying now, before county mass conventions. It might ,th"n men who are In charge of the steam rolle have helped isoino In getting fair play Let them be careful that 4n their anxlet la Kentucky, which the Herald now to eliminate Theodore .Roosevelt they do knows was not given the Roosevelt sup- not eliminate the Republican .party Itself Louisville Hedald. porters by the Taft machine. Hartfofd Republican. BOY, 8, SAVES SISTER BITTEN BY A SNAKE Miry, $B0. i He Promptly Sucks Wound After Rattler Attacks Girl of 9 While Picking Berries. J I - Alpine, Texas, Juno 11 iMollle Mcadn daughter of I'. W. Mcnsnl.i, a wesilUiy farmer, was bitten by n rattlesnake last Friday, and her life caved brotjier, who sucked by her the wound, it became known teidfiy. Molllc complained of being slcl; tills murnlng, and her mother on examining her found her leg was badly swoleln. Tie child was iuestloned anil then related how a rattlesnake had bitten hor while she and her brother wero picking harries. The brother, Charles, promptly stacked the wound and tjicn washed out his mout at a near-bstreiun. Nelthcf fililld s.ild a word of the affair to their parents. lh- Doctors were summoned iW.hen mother learned the nnturjof her daughter's Illness und said the child .would recover to Molllo declared she "did not want scare her mother" by telling her Jlie hod been bitten by the snake, while Charlie feared a whipping if he told he had sucked the wound. "" 1 y Com'th. as. T.ee Walts, continue)!. Coni'lli. s. J, K. Ahey, default tulg-' en t for $."). Com'th, s. J. K. Alvcy, default iud?. ment, rw. t'omvii. s. Olivia French, agreed. JuiU ni"tit, IJo. . smie, dlsinlssrd. Cni"lli. t'om'lli, s. Andrew Klng,&c, dismissed , is to King. (Vm'tli, s. Dr. Cli.irlc DeWoise, (t I il.. rontlnuetl. Vk' Coni'tli. is, Hernmn'Vkk, Mabel .i and Lonnlo Vlclt, crdkt I Jury I dais In Jill for eneh. Com'th. s. Ose-n- r IcKenney, ,sc,ductliju Vcrdct of Jury, gulty. Com'th. i, (ieorge Jewell, hung Jury. II. F. lYrgtimm TIioim.if, .s. Frank nlenlatlng affections of wife. 13 INIMCTMUNTtS SKT. Oswald Incker, sediuitlon. Oril Crowe, carrjjng concealed wcap ous. Orll Crowe, disturbing public Weiishlp. William llennett, "ellln tlqiHir. H. K. Price, nelllng Uquor, four. Wm. lungford, sellhig liquor. Ull Wright, selling liquor, four. I ', Hot Weather Necessities! Everything in wearimg apparel that will contribute to human comfort during the summer is yours at this store. . Thin While Goods 1 Batiste Lawns Linens Marquisettes Silks Gauze Underwear Gauze Hosiery Silk Gloves v Cuba's Fight for Lite. Free-Trad- e, n The ruin of Mr. Taft ion, tho placIngTof Mr. AlcVeagh a free trade Democrat In Ids Cabinet on of tho Treasury. Of course, the Scicre-nota- was in our opin- ry Democrats Try to Protect Home Interests. Ohio produce more imcplilne tools than any other state. Cincinnati is a great center for tho Industry. That wJll ex plain why Mr. I'omerene, the e senator from that atate, proved to take machine tools fiom the free list In the bill, and impoj a duty of IM per ucnt. e Ei en the most bigoted leader In the Senute, Williams of Mississippi, undertook to difend tho amcnd,ment. but Mr. Raymer of Mar) land attacked the proposition and dqtlared that no member had a right to vote for Ptotoctlon to some pioduot of his own Htatoand (then to vote for Fre-Trad- o for ociy othor Free-Tradl'ree-Tmd- who upnalntment of DlckersonD,cmocrat had voted against him four years ago, to tho position of Secretary of war, and other near Democrats, in several oithar of Cabinet positions, to ay nothing did "White, Democrat, Chief Justice, not help much. Wo believe Mr. McVeagh tjot the President Into that miserable Canadian reciprocity business. No ono but "la, mnk ifrce (trader tnuld have Insplied feuch a rank job against the fiu mer.s of this country. However ithe responsibility now seoms to Jst with the Dtwoerutlc House for Its ropeal, tho .Senate having ipassoid :i measure repealing, vv,hlc'i the House refuses ,to aiqcemt. state. Republicanism in Peril. Faith in the fairness of the National by Its Committee Is not sustained attitude toward the contest cases thus far iconsidured; nor Is f tilth In Its good by ,t,lio com so It Is 4Jifce strengthened pursuing. Kven paitlsnn Taft ncwspapeis, llko the I'hlLulelphla inquirer, concqdo the it earn roller is In qperatlon, and take out of tho Might of the Colonel dUappearing beneath Its pjlln elers. Its use is excused on the eitnployeyl It Itoosuvelt irround that four years ago when he made Mr, Taft the party nominee. But tills oxen so will not satisfy the public mind. Jt may bo retributive to the Justice to submit tho Colonel Mr. Nome treatment ho visited upon Fairbanks, and If nobody but the Colonel were concerned In tho affair we would have little protest to mako. Hut tho concern Is much wider than the personal Interests of either candidate. The (party And he Notion are involved In ithe con flict of forces at Chicago, and they insist upon belnff considered, four years ago the accepted political (standard were not f vrowly outraged 9X JD jvvwiioa w w naueujii v Farmers Are Still Active Against Reciprocity. The Minnesota fai mors as In w oil as n ithoso other states are anxious for providing of tho law for ,tho 1'rce-Trad- lopeal Within the next few elays the fato ot will be decklivl the Cuban Jtejuiblk; This Is virtually cmncoileel by PresiYestenUiy the Washingdent G,omez. ton nutlinrltlrsj a rush order for to H.i. the ellspatch eif ID.WXl rifles lcqtmtc supply of eann, with nn Notice for a campaign, to be used oluntecrs for tho Teachers of Ohio In the arming of To the Trustees and m,. ti,. ,iiffron dU Ulnn ho.irJs ! defense of the republic, The United V are called to meet at the following time States Is .lending u hand to Gomez assist him In maintaining himself, but and places, for the purpose of electing the chances of his siyex'css gets snuUI"r teachers for the ensuing school year. without Division No. 1, Uarnott's Crock Church and smaller its tho ileiN.s pass School any headway being nvule against the DUlslon No. 2, ForelsUUe campaign new which rebels. The Building. started against them as soon ns Goiik'. Division No. 3, DumltfC School building. learned that Unltesl States murines Division No. 4, Mt. Pleasant. wero coming to his relU-- f has already Division No. 6, Green Briar. , proved to bo a failure. Division No. 6, Centertown. who toconene at Meantime, the 7.V) marines All meetings are lalle-landed In Cuba two dns ago to gtiuid 29, 1912. 9 a. m , June of the 1'nlt.eil applications the preipcnty of eltlze'ii All teachers should file In States arl of other foreigners will bo dlUslon with the Secretary of the 1S(K today. By tomorwhich he expects to teach prior to the Increased to row or the next day wir esscls will pres-above date. Teachers should be waters which c.ui t" x so contracts may be signed. iAiltrustes be In Cuban the If osluire. are urgcel to be present as there are mn:iy 2,000 more marlnoB In Both things that will be explained relative to emergent" tails for them. Washington ond In Havana tho situ year. tho School work for the next GoIs seen to bo grave. While More than ever before, tho trustee w ill mez, from Jils experience lis an active be n factor 4n the soliool work booausj ngo, 'Is more of a fighter ho is more responsible for the uttoudancv rebel of eurs l'.ilm.i, I. and for the general management of the than was his Is oslelent th.it the rebellion ngalnst ever. school than him Is more foimld.iblu tlun was that HENRY LEACH, Supt. encountered by Falina when ho tailed tho Unlteil Stute,s in lWn, to preserve Circuit Court. nn.uchy. life and property and avert Mon-daThe Ohio Circuit Coifrt convened It is true that Insurrcvtos x.ere at tile Juelge Blrkhoad an,d Commonwealt' gates of lluv.ina xlum the Fnltel Attorney 111 ngo were both present. Coun States troops wero sent to the Island. K. Smith, Sheriff T. II. ty Attorney C. but the number of reliels in tho pre' Black and other court officers were also ent instance is evidently much gri'nlcr (wheels of Juatles, on luuid to help the than were engaged in the emeute of The following ,w ell known citizens compose half a dozen years ngo, and, unlike the grand and petit jurors: the enemies of Palnia, these belong to GRAND JURY. the fighting Ingredient of the Cuban John H. Smith, Sarn Kclley, liuther population, the negroes. Brown, F. B. Hldwel.l V. K. Johnson, Tho nets of (the United States GovW. P. Ashby, Ira PIrtle, Wajne Plrtlj, ernment In Uils crisis show the T. It. Black. Kstlll Arbuckle and Bob world anew tho falsity of tho notlo-- i Englesby. W. K. Johnson was appointa In by our enemies fostered ; Sam Kelly, clerk and Estill ed and Europe that our people Arbnckle, .sheriff. seek moro territory on this continent. PETIT JURY. In lending a hand to Gomez tjo mainAnderson Davidson, K. G. Atchison, we are going as far as C. F. tain himelf D. B. Bartlett, J. A. Ferguson, landing wo can go without actually Maddox, J. W. Flener, C. G. Talor, Jit-Coca. Byron Taylor, G. M. Hlpsley, It. C. soldiers in the Island to fight In tho By guarding foreign property Crumes, Stewart, N. B. White, Chas. Cudisturbed region we are lellevlng O. T. Burdette, Louis P. Turner, Pres. troops of that duty, and giving Woods, Jno. Miller, Win. Schroadur, O. ban opportunity to attend to tH'3 P. R.ilncs, J. D. Holblook, L. M. Ward, them an we ore furnishing Moreover, robcls. A. B. Tlchenor them with arms and ammunition to deCom'th. is, W. C. Truman. th (their fighting. If fendant being thrice called nnd falling enable them to do In plte of this aid, the Cuban Repubto answer, law and facts submitted to lic can not crush the rebellion, it will tho court and fined VA and coat. Theje-upo- n prove that it lacks the support of tho was forfeited his bond of and people, and, therefore, g will Cuban summons awarded. show UiAt It doess not deserve to surTho following fifteen Commonwealth vive, in that case tho duty of the cases wcie continued for prou.-.s- , vl.: plain, if the iebols Com'.th. xa. Paul Cooper, Llcho R.tusom United States Is overthrow the Gomel regime It will b 1 cases), (3 cases), Bob Nelson L'c necessary for us to sot up u governIlobhs, Hardin llalze, et al. (2 nusca), ment in Cuba Jhkli will govern, and Flol-de- n Frank Allen, et al. John Clover, mako the government perniajwmt. Globe Bfilup, ct al. (2 cases,) Chas. lH.ll.e, Deniocmt. ot al., Red, (alias Rusty) Wilson. ne Umbrellas Parasols Fans Hankerchiefs Waists Petticoats Skirts x You don't need to worry about anything you need. We have the things you need. We will relieve you of all worry. nt E. P. BARNES & BRO Beaver Dam, J(y. AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. l.atln-Americ- fore-man- COOPER H.et:rtfcTci, EIGHT PEOPLE KILLED WHILE THEY SLEPT Desperate In Deed Of In nn S6 K.y. CO jOiey SSSSvSeSSSvSSxSvSvSvScSvSvSvS aukwunl jmaltlon. If rnflun tlio bill un It roaches (hum fTewu the-- .Senate, tliey )rnctkully Hl to the farmerx; In insbtt upon farm irduetii only, iio detnnln.-,- l aro wo on UiIh iuciU.m that vv to ix.in tlie Mil revlticln tho fUMe t Iron and stc.il If n,t t,luj minio time iw am reiiulu-to restore itho dutltw on agricultural ir.Mlue;tj. "V prefer that tho to Hi s "v rreH!-Tru- le Fiend An Iowa Town. and outruA'eouH fr.ulfr 'reciprocity" with Canada. A petition signed by 31,000 persons In Minnesota came to the Senate last week unking for the repeal of it,ho measure. That eplaln why President Taft has fared o hadly In jecent primary contents. Mr. Hondon. the l'rlmo Minister In Canaela, Is gijow-lu- g weaker all of the tlmo. Tho are growing agaliiNt hlin. und I will not bo ourprUlng to tn a change of sentiment among tho mm,bero of tho Canaillun ParlViineutwIiUjh pnlghtput thu arrangement Into effect. The safest and best thing our Congress could elo would bo to lopeal tlie Agreement Ij,w In Its MONDAY-7- TH DAY. entlroty. s. DaoaAway ,Coal Robert Robinson Mining Co. churgl .wltli Dtdicatioi. Com'th. h. Guy Ralae Mt. MorUih M. K. Church (will bodod-Icate- d cutting In sudden heat and ausslon, verJune 3, 1912. Rv. Ituglnes Pros. dict of Jury guilty, and fined t'J). Idoat of Klngwood College will deliver others Comth. vs. Hliee Gray and charged with gaming, vcidiot of Jury the dedicatory .sermon. V , There will be dinner on the ground not guilty. and a cordial invitation is extfendedto Com'th. vs. Ben Taylor, agreed judg l ment, ISO. , Com'th. ve. ttosasM Bander, verdict of iiisv. u. w. vewK, p. c. Com'th. vs. Geo. Slmion and Joslo Ward, e'ontlnucd. On motion of tho Commonwealth and County Attorneys the follqwlng fifteen prosey.'ii,tlons wore dismissed, yi. Com'th. vs. iMollle IXiy, J. E. Smith, Mack Shopcr, John Meycis, Mlku Helfilch, Robert Bruner Hockley, luteins, (Bunnell. Co. E. L. Wells, Clias. Dennlkon, A. E. Smith, Joy Wheeler. Frank Allen. t al.. Elijah Bary, Cumbeiland Telephexio A Tolegraph Co., an1 John Taylor. t JURY TRIA1-- S. The following I'usos have ibceji set for tilal In addition in tho oidliuiry using If your liver gets Idfcy' stnrt It by Dr. MllfB Laxative Tablets. Villlva, Iowa, June 10. The budleH whose.of elsht Jcyil!o, jliavu herein with nn nx, woro found bein In tho ihumo of J. J!. iMoore, a pnoinl-ncliaidw.ue mercliant here', .tmlay. Tho dead Ineludo J. U. JMoore, his wife and four children, and Hwo eth.-- r women. All itho peiMw wore murdered In - Obituary. Mr. Jasp'T Peters enlisted in company E, Eighth Regiment JCentucky JufanUy (war. for itlireo years, or during tho 11. Married Miss Sarah .MUchcl, Nov. 1S93. He was bom August 15, 1812. Died May 3lst, 1912. His death was very sud den. Ho went to mill in the afternoon came back.vvont with ills wl,foito Uio gar den then about four o'clock, while sit ho ting In tho door talking to hor, fell over dead, ile leaves a wlfo and tw children. Mr. Peters was a gjojod citizen and neighbor, a MUocesstiU farmer, loving husband and uffoctionato fajther. W bollovo ho was a good christian und Is now "waiting his family to Join him In die glory land. Rev. Joe Acton preaili-- d hU funeral, toxt Job 1 "Man iborn of woman la of Urn days and full of trouble." A large audience attended, the funeral and burlaJ. F, M-- , rARW6H 14-- their boJu. Tho terrible mutlLttion of Uio bodle if thu two unknown women provente'd IileutlfU.aion immiylUtely. Altliouuli thcru Ik no deflnlto nlw to tho murderer, tho jlle pr o.ireh- hie for .,no ponum who is ujKieted by tlio ii,uUiorltis foriltavloK hcon eon- corned iwlioletalu murder. RevoiiKO In liellcvcl to have heJn Uio imotlvc of tho e.rljne. No roltbory was committed, und Wio mallue Ahlnk no other reason exists fth unless It was loonimltted tiy u iitudmiin. o I on mctuN and their manufacturer should lenuiln In full oporiitlou ratho-tlL- in aliamloii our uttltuilo ujiulnut any and all rrotu.tUm i.r Aniorle-aJ- i fiirunera. Tho Caii.ull.in i'u.iMKiit Is tho of PiecTrsade. lu iuictinent vvius jiwudo posslhlo only h y, 0 willd cuippoit if thu llouso iu.ij.mlty uul of thu Htfimeri,t3 III tliu'Me-nnte- . A inujinlty of the Republl-evuiIn hull, ,uij Kcato viotejd uh0 Hsaln-s- t It. It Ixa nro and In no seiwoa Repuldleun mean-urIt new Mtumis r.'pnaled bythojiruu-tlcall- y nllc Itiqiubllenu to In tho ,Son.ite Rut two liiKiirKent Iteputilloaiui, ltrbtqvv '"V'' .WaUiKt ie.en?. Tho ' ""'' UI,,,B ror "Um1 wero tJ.ir.l- ... iwiu joiinmui or --Maine. SlminoiK or North I'uiidlnu.iind Thornton of 1 H e. uw ''"'''f'r.wtesl xr Notice. .Tlio Ohio .County IXun. flUy Committee; will receive toek Monday The Tables Tirwd. at June;21Ui,.t lloacr f In lUta'hln to ithe pnotalibUlun uniciid-meAll Kqulty membeirg, who have utook repmlli ithe Canadian Agreeanent tliat .they whdi to place 'in he luindsof la,w itho Republican Jnujartty hi tho Senate th Committee will pleuae notify them Bliowed both wUlom M& WocUy. A at omce. amended in UiU tnvmtr .the f4t$l bill , 8. L. STKVENg, ' '" . now floes back to tjhe iHenwe and.fntwt . B. .TICHBNOR. M f .. i.ti get iffXa, a cotanenctt icomailittee. finally f H..T.,r9l,T?R., , Thta ruUUw HoiUKfYce-ml- t tnajority Cnmailttf(y i v xt , A, 4 -- l3Uiti "flSLll .Mb the fllid-Smnm- I AildJv Mnc KlK0,of ,1Viiltcvl11o, tliln KUivt of AiIm U7()iifiMnM!k'y TIME OF FILING LIENS ON MECHANICS EXTEND er Millinery I week. Miss Ii Grace Tnppnn, of Ontrnl Cty. lsltlng Mr. J, II. Tojpan, her Jldwln Taylor, of penlliiK tlio week with Aim. 1'Ic-Nl- h iSIKi N !acr Iiun, V. JJ. Law Now Gives More Chance to Man Who Records Claim Wrlsjit. ' l c Ktaoii will soon bo liorc. Hartford Republican print you bills for the l'lc-N- lc. Tlio Against Builders. Lt The Mm. and Tho amendment to the MirhnnlcV J.lcn Nettie Jlcr, IIfln, .paid our off loo Section 2IC, of Kentucky Statute, n pUiu-.iN- t call Monday. Slio was luiqotn-pantt- d relntlnfc to Hens of menJinnleB ami material by Mr. Hunntt, eUy. Iro Crrnin J'rtcsni nil slyefl nnd mn becaino ef fifth 0 yeslerdn). The amend;ncnt provides tint notice S. I.. KINO, lowest prletis. I5tf Hartford, Ky. of Hen mint bo flliil iwlthln thlrty-flv- o Mr. J. It. I'lrtlc, iLitightcr anil llttJe days after tho lnit Item of material or lalmr H furnished, nnd that Mich notlrj son, 1'crdcnand, lift Monday to visit shall bo sent to tin owner or tlio owner's In Ottonsboro nnfl pojnts In authorised n;ent IndlnitliiK what proper ty Is to I12 held llnblc. Tho old law Horn to Mr. unul JUrs. tftto 0. Martin required that mfitcrlal men and mechanics Monday, June Kith, a 10 pound, rM. Kim Immediate notlco of contemplated MoUicr iflid bubo dnlnx well. Otto is lien. , nil smiles Uniler the amended staituto, nftoT noJllss Martlia Thomas, of Dundee, who tlco of lien lias been xervod tho process hns been the Kiicst of Miss Norn Wl-dln- e miy lo filed any tlmo within six for tho lust few days, left "AlomViy months from tho date Inst material or for her home at Dundcci labor was furnished. Unless such notlco of lien is filed We will pay cash for ainncnir, Vcllow within the pcrlojl mentioned, Jiowcver, Hoot nnd Mayapplc must be wvll dried all claim (o right of Hen Is relinquished. Qlnsens split strung1., rol-atl- H mm Insure the Growing Crop Against Damage by not or W.H. MOOItE StftRsrs. & SON. 1 & . We have made special preparations Mid-Summ- er to furnMi everybody with their Millinery. We are receiving every week the new "fads" for hot weather wear. So if you are looking for the latest, call and see Mrs. Sara Collins Smith, who wiil take special pains in helping you in your selection. See us also for New Slippers, Late Hosiery, Sheer White ( loods, Lawus, in fact anything to make you comfortable. And remember It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. JmI&Go, THE Of HONE Quality Groceries Going Picturing? WHAT A Poor Picnic A Picnic Would Be Without a Good Picnic Dinner! i .4 f ' We are Headquarters for Appetizing Picnic IDelicacies! Try These They'll Please: Pickles. Peanut Butter. Salmon. Potted Butter Thins. Crispo Milk Dried Beef. Ham. Biscuits. Wafers. Crackers. Cakes of all Kinds. Lowney's Chocolates and Bon Bons. Olives. Grocery Iler'sMEAT MARKET AND HARTFORD, Hartford Republican. FJUUAY. JUNK 14. Advertise can. KENTUCKY. your wants In The itepublh tt. 30c for Wliilo It lasts, "Bod Kock" 25a cash at U. S. Carsons. Coffee Utf. M. H. ft E lailrotd at Hartford, Ky. Time Table Sir. Mark Renfrew, Sulphur Spring a, called to seo us Tuesday while J11 .town. Mr. Mansfield Hlpsley, Llvcrunore U 1, la tho KUiBt of relatives in Hartford, I Au. 21st. wlillo attending court .this week. North Bound due 7:19 ft. m. No. Mr. II. 0. Jones, of the Madlson,vl)le daily exoopt Suaday. Hustler, was In town Wednesday boost-In- s North Bound du 3:40 v- N. 114 the flrcat Hopkins County Fair. dally oet Buwky. Bouad due l:4S a. at. l''or Best Ala nan Fruit Jars call on N. 1U South 4I.tr dally woeot Suavdty. ifi. L. kjAq, Hartford, Ky. , K. IIS Sent Bound dua 1:4 9 dally aMtet Bunfer. ELECrniC .MA8BAOB at Taylor's Bar H. I. llMCHKB Act bcr Uvop. Bometlila now for the face wmaammmmmmmaBBmmmMBmMaBsme and aoaAp. ,Try It and'be' pleased. tSU Vet tine quality printing of any kind Messrs. U. S."Nbcorab and J. Sklne-homiMftoVttUn, .were here on business Mil en The Hartford Hepubllcan. n Meaty of Jked Potato Et V. S.'Car- - .Tueda aad'a!d"B Rejmfelloan office Ui mm'V 112 il 4 N. tlB card etfectlra Monday ' , e, tend the Ittpubllenn Convention. Messrs. tho meccn, no doubt, of the men of V. 8. Tlnsley nnd C. M. Baxnett ,w 111 likeviolence of all nations. Jt Is burdened ly ko Monday. by an official machinery adminisnnd Judicial so cumber3om Mrs. I. V. Mwallow tind rJilUlrcn, ,W1I trative Ham Duncan Swallow nnd Mirparlte so ocstly and so inefficient tluvt law Swnllow, of Ileeintr, Ala., and JiIr-- . protects only tho lawless, nnd Justice Is obtained only through individual e In Klla D. Boone, of Vlilladcljplii'A, nr itiative. lCJsewbere tho Mob sometimes Mrs. F. I.. IVIIx. arise? to temper crime and to Now Is tho time to buy a ood Cultl-ato- r a semblance of Justice, but In you are koine .to buy If one. New York the Mob is reduced to one Cnll and aeo my Mock, anyway. nan or 11 small conspiracy of assassins 4itf K. L.. KINO, Take tho scene described in tho .New Hartford, Ky. York newspapers of Monday as som,eiwh While a mowing machine ibolng driven out of tho ordinary, but in no iway Inby Mr. K. W. Cro,we on t,hfl farm of Goo. dicative of social anarcjiy. Sellg had Hlekey at Iiikriiurt Wednesday, u been arraigned on a criminal charge and coU belonKlng to Mr. Jftckcy ran Into reUased on ball; then follows this short tho cycle, ami liotji hltwl feet were narratUe: Jiwt uliove the hoofs. Sellg and his lawyer, Ixmis Spiegel, Friends of Mr. Trimble l'cndloton, who walked down the steps of the Centre has tiet-- outraged In railroad work at street entrance to tho Criminal Courts ifvlngton for several months, will bo bulldlni; and went across tho street. Inglad to learn that ho lrus jbeen. promoteJ. tending to go to Spiegel's offlpe. Just as Mr. l'cndloton goes to Stanley, Ky., a tlie building In w,hlich Spiegel's office Is agent and we "nil wish Miry miiu)i bucjcsss located was reached, a man known as in his new position. Tortl pulled a revolver and fired three Mr. Hi'bi-- Miutthow' (HlTtor of the times at Sellg. One of tlie shots struck Hartford Herald, left Sunday to ntLolid Sellg n tho back of tlio head, tjie other tho K ntucky I'ross VsMtcLttlon at Olym-pla- n two colng wild. The man who Imd done SjirlngH thl aveck. JIU dauirhtor, the (looting flung the revolver nt Big MKs Klslc, of Hamilton, O., Joined hlni Jack and then turned to run, but he was at Loulsvlllo and will be with him on caught by the police. the trip. John Bull and Victor Moreno, pads of We are pLca.scd to team that Mr. .!. tho man w)io shot Sellg, tried to rescue B. Cannn will noon take charge of Sill- - him and were themselves arrested. 'They got me," said Sellg po Doctor pliur irrlnK nnd open ,up a summer ro sort at that place, Tlvere is no reason McGulrc, tho Tombs physician. That certainly is a more serious outwhy tills should not bo one of the most scene in a 'popular resorts In the State as the break than the water Is good nnd the cenery U of the Virginia courthouse, when Uie frierijls of an accused man shot up the court.for most beautiful type. the New York scene reveals, as If In The Vulture's Claw" Is full of complications comedy, romance a flash of lightning, the existence of a predatory gang of organized assassins and tragedy and written by Rov. C. living by sounder, operating through vio vtimoeray, wnojicia tne Methodist re vival in Hartford recently. It Is a won lence' as a system, and using blackynaU derful book and vt are offering: it and as a device. In Virginia It was one The Republican for ,one year for J1.CJ. family against tho whole communKy. Send your orders before books axo cxhaus The madiinery of the law for a (moment was little while it ed. tf was shattered, but in reconstructed und was In full opera Engineer Tnlbert, Owenaboro, ,was here Hon, and In full control. Monday and Tuesday making U10 iprcllm In New York the ppllco Is a standing Inary survey for tlio dyke on Nor,tli army, dlsolyal to tho authorities, cm. sldo of Jlaiurh river. Ho wag assisted In osculated by greed and eoirupUon, owing tho work by Mcllenry Holbrook, AVUson to a political organization a higher alBarnQtt. Hugeno Joiner, Artliur Petty legiance than the State; a Hliarcr in the and William .Moore. If this dko U spoils of crime and corruption, yut regconstructed It will make or wine crop ularly officered, even to liavlns chapon several thousand acres pf fertile lains In a city of a thousand churgclies. land north of Hartford. The embankment Tills force of tho Jaw Is a menace to will bvwln ubout Uie Hooker bluCf and Justice. ot-nfor u dltan,co of alwut four Tlio condition of NvTiV York Is worse mllca down tho rlcr below Hartford. than tlie oomlittou of the mountain regions of Pcnnslwinja and tho South; Revival Services. existing In worte ilian XI 10 uundlUon The seileA of anooUngs which began the mining regions of tho iWoat, because at the Christian ichurch Sunday luave con- In New York the oUls are those of an tlriucid throiujhout tho avcoIc with Incroas effete, of u decking, civilization; belug Interest, i'.lilvr JJiown Is a sncaker cause In New York tho evils now manof rare pow.or nnd olotiuencc. (His ifesting themscJ(H are the ovlls mulr uro enjoyed iy oxkiUo of all whU.li clUliiution crumpled in the mid-dl- o in ably He by ogee, whereas In Virginia, .Tennessee, Prof. D. E. Sneldcr, who luis charge of Kentucky, North Carolina, Colorado, tho music, nnd L. R. Brown, Jr.K who Arizona and Nevada, the ovlls are those plays the cornet to itho Mullght of all a life of that characterize thewho hear him. The meeting will cou,tlmi9 people; evjls Uiat arise In tho procc Indefinitely and a cardial InvlUtlon l of progress f 10111 an unsotjtlrid ito a sqttle cxteued .to all tlie (people, of and order. jiurroiuidlng country. A great people, made up of varied com munlitles, sometimes arouses Itself and Look 01 First rage. rudeems Itself, .but no city-UitSodom You will find a yellow slip, it has nor Qomorrah, nor Nlnevah nor Babyprinted on It your name, and a date nor lon, nor Jerusalem nor Carthago, after It. The Oat shows the time Home has ever accomplished its own when your subscription expire, if the redemption. Louisville Herald. date is prior to February, 1912, your subscription to the paper lias expired. A. S. of E. Notice. If you find such is the case, nlease give the natter your very prompt attention.-Eithe- r The Ohio county Union of the A. S. come to THB REPUBLICAN of- of E. wlU convene at the Courthouse year In advance, or If In Hartford June tlw 28 and 28 InsMid fice and pay you are not coming to town soon, send of the first Friday and Saturday of us a check. Wo must have all. our sub- July. Alt lucajs arc earnestly rujuet- scriptions paid up promptly Is advance cd to be fully reprcaented. L. B. TICHENOR. Pre. and If yeu ore behind we know that you slaspta'overltjvktd tat Batter, , ,,. 7t3 HJWRt 1C PWTUB, fio'y, vis-Itlnr ( ChrU-tlonltser-ino- II. Martin nnd Jamiw lAxhliy New York City Is probably the most will leave tomorrow for QhJcnKO to at- lawless territory in America. it Is It. Violence in a New York Court. Hail Storms! The lowest rate at which this class of insurance has ever been offered in Kentucky. $1.50 per acre from the time the plants are set until the crop is cut and put in the barn. Five acres cost $7.50, ten acres cost $15.00, fifteen acres cost $22.50, for the entire growing season. Nothing Can Prevent Hail Hail destroys' the value of to- bacco. Protect yourself against this unforeseen and unpreventa-bl- e hazard. We are authorized by the State Insurance Department to issue Tobacco Hail Policies. asltcI Un OMJartin 'The Insurance Man, tie ot Hartford, Ky. Office Opposite Court House. . f 1 i u i t BIBLE PURGATORY EXISTS IN THIS LIFE. Yellow Jacket Stingers. 'Saw! So as by Fire" Is Not Wlwt'o theHixo of leni-m-rntlc JSUPPOSEJ T Your Residence or Business Should Burn Tonight Ohio Covuity Circuit Court T. F. Dlrkheod. Jude; Ben D. Hlngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. a. Darrene, Clerk; F. U Felix, Master Commleloncr; 11. T. Collins, Trustee Jury fund: T, It. lllack, Hhcr-If- f, Known, s. u Hartford. llttivor 1'iuii, (1. 1. Joiu, lloiutc 5, Hurt ford, V. r. liirp, KoRlno. tVturt uiml rou first Monday in tliiiK'it tliric winks, tliliil Mioifciy hi April, tww weeks; tlilrd Mondnj' In Oituliw two WTckH. County Court II. It. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. Tlnslcy, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first dionuay in cacn moiuii. Quarterly (Quarterly Court Ileelns on the fourth Monday In Kobruary, August and November. Court or Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday in October. Other County Officers C. 8. MoxBey. Surveyor. FordsWllp, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Uernard Felix ,AMcntor, Uart-rorKy., It. F. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. lUiey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUIITS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday After 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesriv after Jrd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wodncday after Jrd Monday In March, Wednesday after v..v.. ... VUV( ,vcu,ivruttjr unci ron-viii- w yi a jebskow Jii. : A Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAKTKOItD, KY. tlws loor oM party running anybody? Hotter n rule In tlio lutvl MTWn tfmn (Partor Ruttsll Point Out That Dants's In Uic patrol iitfnn. Picture of Purgatory Hat Little ,Too tvul, If tlioy lolnB o him, that Foundation In Biblo Think Many Willy didn't cojyrilit hto Maw. Don't worry (input tlie oilier fellow Under Kind of Hoodoo. Hav Literal Fire. Will praotlco Wb irofIon In tiln and Adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminnl Pmotico a Specialty. Bn IS IT INSURED? Better look after that Insurance mean hundreds or thousands to you. To be sure you get the best protection place it with liy, Barnes Mm. nice & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith . how alioirt yourself? K ft n s n s City, IVjomlrr It .tlio Ilnltimono convention Mo., June 0. raswill po daft on rnohllrition and bank ter Russell ppoke NOlVi A few dollars may twice here todny. We quote bis dls course from the text, "Saved so ns by Are" (I Corinthians ill. 15). He said In part: ffbe Onthollc BbBbBbbV'SSbV thought of rurga-torhas been op- gUSSELUI posed by Protest ants upon the plea jthot rurgatory is not mentioned in the (Bible. Let us admit that no such Purlin tory as Dunte pictured has any of foundation. Let us admit that not nil that Catholics have claimed respecting Purgatory is either Scriptural rEsVflfl rnUU. Why, man, It looks like eory dclceatlon vriui to bo contcsUtl nnd ccn then ponno. The harvester trust l now umVr flr but ,tlie harvester has mved. the farmer millions of jjollara. and The air lilr lll soon bi pcrfi-ckt- l the coffin trust wU quilt declaring dividend. Tlio man who walls for the cViwls to roll by very often remains out too lUite. The Koufa tlmt lays the uolden ej?(f nav er cackles as much as the okl lien that lyns the ordinary ooft shell. TJiey cay Uiat women .will wear umbrella covers for dr&ssos next year. Miss Democracy liasn'it yet declared her views on suffrage but Bhe lias been sufferlns a long time. Top, bang, fizz and fizzle that Is what Democracy will (do because tlio,t Is what Democracy has always done. The platform writers must look n little out this timebecause Uic people are In a mood to demand many things. Make hay while the sun ehtn.es and If the sun doesn't shlno make hay anyway jiiaybc It won't rain until tomorrow. A man with iblues should not tffke n dose of rods. And white lickcr has the same depressing effect thhe morning guarantee. Talk about I. d. W. H. UarruB and 0: B. SmlUi announoo Mutt wy lwvo Harm-- a, lwrtijwdi'ji Uv tilie &nicral pnw:4 cas, ot law, cxcat criniliial and dlvor Mr. Ir. Sntltli balug County Mtor-nc- y is proventod frail iiractilolnR Buch ccasuB. Bonus will lindivldtaMy Ney Poster J.Fire Insurance Dealer i . Ofitloa lu nccoit BUth practtoi Hartford Ucjmbllaui building, Hartford, Ky. -- vol-nin- e or logical. But let us admit also that there are Scriptures (of which our text is one) itvblcb tell of a salvation by "Ore" that evidently is not the salvation in which Abe "elect" of God will participate as ''more than conquerors" through obediently following in tbe footsteps of 3etras tbeir Redeemer. Indeed, our text to he principal one used by our Catholic brethren in support of their Pur-X&tor- SPECIAL Campaign Offer . t Alter 3rd Monday ln December. John II. Miles, Itockport, Friday after irJ Monday In March, Friday Jrd Monday In June, Friday oiler after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. . J. f"V .lnnbaiih anH. after 3rd Monday In MaTLh. Saturday nf HARTFORD, - KT. Ird Monday In September, Saturday af-tWill practice his profession In all 3rd Monday In December. ot Ohio and adjoining counties .CoolJ' Uenfrow' TuseJay after and In the Court of Appeals. Also No. i mC Tuesday after Mnay '." ,ur-l'-y.. Tuesday 1?. Mnnif n,Ky August, after 3rd tary Public Offlca over First National Tuesday after 2nd Bank. Monday In November. .. . Tlinmnn Knnilni. nin. Attorney at Law YANCYL.MOSLEY, er jBdUSrft ind ilonrt.. .'n" Ki.&iE?y ,... )er &J&& ... !!.,,tet-Tu.W'tay inny ,u inuvem- -' vuu. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD Ohio County , Y. PENSION AFFIDAVITS Purgatory In Our Text 'nBut If the Pastor did not agree wltb tbe Protestants that there is no Purga-ortaught in tbe Bible, neither did fee agree with tbe Catholics respecting the kind of a Purgatory, for be proceeded to show that bis text referred, not to a place of suffering, n purgation after. 4bat existed in. the Apostle's day, but N'ortji Carolina will have some hair (that tbe Apostle was here speaking pulling this fall In tlio senatorial tight ' ""prophetically, of tbe end of this Gospel but what state, dear Pauline, wjll Age foretelling a purgatorial condition not have a hair pulling. . Bt that time not after men have died, Blow jour own horn, but don't blow-I-t nor in another world, but in tbe presloudir tlmn you've got the capital ent Hfe. and on this earth. only stock to represent the noise you make. Indeed, said Pastor Russell, not Is tbe fire of this text symbolical of North DaKcjtu has a man with w lin.trouble, but tbe same is true of nearly kers 11 feet long Another follow, per all that is said about flre in tbe Bible. haps who has been waUting fxr Bryan There Is a process of destruction, con-jtcomc ln ,)Crore lul.ns. r omption. God's rignteousness is The floods in tlie South have been ter spoken of ns a consuming fire which J rible, but what do people rare for floorls iiurns against all sin ana unrignteous- - In deled a country where tiess. gations of all xirUi blossom out in the Tbe context sbows that tbe Apostle e discussing the Church in her earthly night. v an Too bad that Old Jlan piockefellcr estate; that some of the brethren fwould not at tbe time appreciate tbe couldn't diet his .school superintendent (difference between "the cold, silver at Tarrjtown. Seems that Old John Is And precious stones" of tbe Divine mistaken for n fly ithc way people are (promises and the cheaper materials swatting him. " likening them to "wood, hay and but that a day would come ln And they tell us that Bicherson, th" rtbe end of the Age when the Lord Boston murderer was wafted straight fwould specially test His people and to Hoawn. Won't Jiell toe a lonesome mben the tests would be severe nnd place If ull ,Uio diaboUtlca! murderers jcrudal like fire. In that day wood, bay make their way to the Glory .Land? nd stubble would be consumed; but A tad pole after aw Idle gets to be a tbe gold, silver and precious stone frog and the mum at the bottom of characteristics of tbe true faitb and cbaracter-bulldin- g would re- the ladder some day gets on top. Kee-proper ams)!). We are not to understand him on sawing wood all U not last yet, no matter Iiqw dairk it may look Just now. (to mean that doctrines are but rather that they are reflect-- d Wo ,wUl Jot a million dollars that tho of tbe man w,ho Is nominated at Qhloago ,wl'l Id tbe character-developmeIndividual wbo without them would be bo tlie wlnnt.r. This million dollars Is unable to stand ln tbe testings that carefully tied xip In bundles, nnd Is (would surely come in tbe close of this clean Confedeiate monjoy printed for tlie lAKt. , Tbe Apostle points out, however, that occasion. And so oung Mr.s. Tillman sups tor a U wbo build their faith on Christ will eventually be saved, no matter bow divorce und this scandal of two years imuch. error they may get into even ago Is to be revived. You can't croiss a (though their entire faitb structure is wild cat and a turtle dove and have rwrong and will be consumed in the peace no Uho to try It. foretold fiery trial. All wbo build faitb on Him. in full accord with the Divine Look to us liko Teddy lias the whole Revelation, obediently, will become bunch In a biLskot. The machinery may jjolnt-belr- s with the Redeemer iu HU try to make things go frtherwlse, but Kingdom, while those wbo build their If tho Clitaigo convention i.sn't n grand tfnltb on nim, and maintain it even snake dance If they tiy (to put it over tli rough error, will be eventually saved, tlio Jloosuvelt uohonts then tcar'li us though to a lower salvation. Theirs for a tomahawk nnd If we don't wtiir fwill be a purgatorial experience purifying, sanctlfylnj,'. fitting them for un one ou will find it in the belt of tho Inferior blessing on the spirit plane, oontasted delegate. W aro hue to ttll lw nome- serving before tbe throne Instead of in you Aunt I.ucIihLi, there Uilng dlildlng nt Chicago. the throne. It does not nay to act the jtimoI Clias. Living In Tims Mentioned In Text. I Apparently we are now living ln the W. iMore got Into tioublo nnd Lmded jvery time mentioned in our toxt In the pcnlU'nMary us w u rostilt. The (Many of God's people under the fiery mcutal angutsli evpense of Uils pail trials of "higher criticism" and of tlie affair would bankrupt n million-alifalsely so called" experienced a besides It leaks out tliut hu ald ijotw of all tbe faitb they possessed, bepossessed only tbe wood, a Jaw firm $100,000 to gqc.uru His freemuse they day and stubble of human tradition, dom. '.Twould have been a bVimod sight and not the gold, silver and precious olieaiKir to jiractloud honesty u,t t thu star,t, and then Uicimj .vjioo.mlng lawyers 'Jewels of the Divine Revelation. Indeed, according to prophecy, we would have had to look same other way ee that tbe time. is fast npproacbins for ut living. the Yellow Jauket, when Cod will have a further reckon- Moravian K. C. ing with the Gentiles and especially wltb tbe portion called Christendom "Richly favored, the responsibilities (nave been proportionate. The squarFOR FLETCHER'S ing of that account means "a time of I trouble such as never was since there was a nation." Explanation of Wireless Call. Rot it will not be In another world IViliaps many pcojilo in raiding of (tor in another Hfe nor eternal In dura- the havo wondernd Titanic dlMUiter tion. Instead, God will merely permit reject wliat "S O 8' really means. ,Tho fol- tbe race. In selfishness of beart fog Bis counsels, to wreck present civ lowing taken from lVpulur Moulianlca will ojiialn its origin. fllxatlon to aucb an extent that, unlew Muga-nthtmt Cay were shortened, tbertj ".n JntorcsUng ttatoment in connec- would oo flesh be sared. But on ac- tlon .wjqi tlie "S O S'' and "C Q U" count of tbe elect those dnyi will b wireless calls 'vtas nmdo by tiugllclmo Inbortesed. by tbe establishment ot Moix-on- l tn connection v,UJi tlie Tltunla ktiod'B KlDgdOB, to restrain erll. to en to assist th disaster, lie soil tliat these lettorc rabtrio tbe world and kwiBR and obedient back Into tbe laa wexo arbiturkly selected and moan noth ing except colli of distress. Originally asd NktatM of God. "C 9" wuV a Bignal tor tJl atfttlons to i ne Louisvme uauv Lvenme rost From now until Nov. 10, 1912. AND Jrd Monday In Jnd Monday In jv .r ..r ?f K.." "f'Ph. itondiS "&. Jav In Ji"?iUy m" "."f1 Thursday after August, cr in.7.i"iC. J- - '' Friday after 2nd 'i2y after .2nd All Matters Given Prompt Atten- ",er Ma On- tion. y THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN C. 1. Cmwt S!1,1y,Atlor,,l' mm,?,. HAnTFORD POLICE COURT. . ..... Tit. In... T..I... conv"'t'8 SPECIALTY. OTTOC. MAUTIS S. 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WILL ALSO BOND YOU. nlouble-heside- every fourth Cn!r!i"2? .".Vr ' p- - '" Sunday ".". r W " Wright "' pastor. C. P. Church-ServiIn .ach month at II a, m.flrat Sunday m. and 7 v' Sunday Scool ijy V.hl5c!L-S- c"' ces a:. KILLthc COUGH AND stub-fble:- v. The - Hartford Republican Hartford, Ky. " " SUCUET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. C73. F. 4 A. M meets flrt and third Monday In each month. Oiven Hunter. W.night L. M. P. loreniun .Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, It. A. M . ..,..,.7 meets every fhlr,i Vi.nm ! Priest; hS Z-Hartford Chapter No.' 84. O. E. S meets second and fourth Monday even' ... liitr. Aim. s a Anin.n ii Lizzie Miller Secretary. Bough Illier Lodge No. 110. Knights of us,v Tnu.l... Pvtliina. tnptn ""'iJW. t7 HnlrAT P V I V-.-. V.. ..i.. -"'",;' of It. AS. Hartford Tent No. , K. O. T. M.. meeta every first ane third Thursday night W. II. Gillespie, Commander; L. P. Foreman. Record Keeper. 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Try It und jco liow cpilekly It will relleio tho ipu.tn and horijies. Kold by all driTt ers. It special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Club, V. M. C. A. HLDO., ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and Commander; Mrs. Lula, Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Acme Ledge No. 331. I. O. O. F., meets secoi.d and fourth Friday night In c. Wallace Nobel Grand each month. R. It. ltlley Secretary. no. us, imp. w order Red wuiu 2en. tnttaim iMtnnil .n n.. day night in each month. Ellis A' E- - I'le' Ci"cf of Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No "0 meeU every second und tourth Saturday night in each month. Consul Commander. Thomas P. Williams: Clerk. Preston Morton Post No. i. G. A. R & lien,Pfco fraytty TYPEWRITING sad BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY sWESBffiF inn m.-.- wVc-Wallac- !?ld d 'n.aach month. Commander; J. M. Rogers, Golden Rulo Grove, Woodmen of tho itlrcW' m,vX ("very mjn n,i fourUi TuwKlay in cacli month. "ii ? Clcxk. Uuardliui. Mrs. E. U. 1'tndicLon,MJl'hAsh-for- "win ru.,.r nestings Mnla Saturday befori Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fells. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, es thousands have testified. afioon ll ADABURG. K.irmers nro very ,buty itrying to g t out. Mr. Ctoniice Glnure, Knot,tsvlUle, w.vf to sce JIUs Oila It.ijjnon .Sunilfiy. Miw. Lela 1'atUm Uiclr crops HARTFORD, KY. and daughtorv Kill A. 8. ef X. National Officers: Prebident-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice I'rtsldcnt-- J, M. Woods. Sprrwtflrv-T- n .. nenmr 13 I i... ' """"' J"' dlanapohs: Ind. ' Ktuto urricera: II. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. ""'" v,ce President: S. H. itohertHnn KffT.inn ?niml c- "" ' STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever told over a druggist's counter. FORKIDNEY.LIVERAND "' k "scl-'cur- e o, C, spent last v,ek with Mrs. Patton'H parents, Sir. und Jlr. J. 11. MIUer.ne.ir Dundoe. Messrs. Tommlo Holm and Krcd Eaiis and Misses Olive Owen and Ina l'uttoi nttendnfl the decoration of the M. W. A. grave at Hells Jlun yiuiday afternoon. Ksq. J. 1 IUtton to Wcsterfeld oniUy, pa-ssc-d GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE Treai. O. P. Roemer, Warren county. State Organizer. c. C Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state VlhaillMIDl Board or Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; It. E. I. Bay, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: H. L. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. V, Ford, Treaa., Hartford, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, It. F. D. No. S. S. E. C Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. U. L. Alford, White Run. Ky. 5. Richard Plnmer, Taylor Mlnes,Ky. . J. L. Brown, llockport. Ky. SEEDS' UCKMTS U UM U UmaASi won nn Mmiuu A..a&a..a IhIhm trUl wh hbh iwreui TiiaMfiuai. Friie C1lectlMr aaus,ifTviiMiui.i ... . zrr nisii ssi"" m SPECIAL OFFER:wUl" A kalU K.w DOM! I SUM SUCCESS I Tttnifc : Writ HnaHllllrti to-da-y; I AIMM flM, bttt npv Sliiiiii,a 1 TW1 Mtmtktn thin Paper. r TTT :- Proprietors here eniiou,te .j.-iTKr;ru,- I.' .in lutMatl.A 1B.1UI r-i ii mm I bsMSatae bHU IU VENT auilsakai HuiMiki..l-.mmm) -. VAVWVVVb'uVtAAAJV' ". . -- r u. TfMSWI ihb wmw su " Children Cry CASTOR A Claxente I'atlon, wto njul dang'i. Thelma, of Taffy, vsted Mr. O M. l'ajtton und f.unly .Sunday. ilr. ter, 6 iti i LACKSM1THING WORK 1 1 AND REPAIR i Vm '"POSITIONS' --PUNTIFUL JSI JfknTlwv copjrrlchbkMc., (a obUla p.uK tnd N ALL COUNTRICt. Buslnrst direct vlti Was king torn mw uuk . I Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. nfli107, f hurt u4 hfrlanaiMt TU HfMk Knrt, wr wnuoceoiuniiiHVMM SUlM PnctlN Eielulvtlf WAaHINOTON. D. C. Ht '7faeuri'n. V'usftessjrTmYmfttsrrwrfon IBOARD ftSsi0Gnay3fJVi:Jj 7i&vtdifi. 7ec. Jg44f timw&& Gfree,Ay. i , r"k, .9 '2arAW& pfdfT SANrKANCISCQigNEQfMPANMPACiriC EXPOSITION!!) I I .. C i IN BINS 11 What the Great Fair Be Like. - 1 Will Francisco, following tho contours of the shore from the harbor out to and ' Every Country on Earth to Be Represented at the Greatest. World's Fair In History. Eighty MiHion Dollars to Be Expended on National Cele- Composite Fleet of Navies of the World to Pass Through Panama Canal and Enter San Francisco Harbor. bration. weeks' time of men ami tcanw Im: ('MkiismI In leveling IT llic Krouiiili if i Ijc ruti:i ma I'aclflc Interiiiitloiuil W m San I'rancliro, nml It N I'stlniiited (li:it within sl months 10,(XX) men will lie employed In tlie roust met Ion Of tliu fiinlorlnl piirt of the Brent exposition nt Mhlcli the United Status of Ainerloa III coleltrjite the npenhlK of the I':in:. (u.i ciiiinl. Kesponses to invitations lo participate mid offers' of from every part of the uorld are tlooA-I- n the exposition inaniiKeiueiit, ami President C. C. Moore and his thirty director., who reireetit every itnpur-liin- t Interest on the coast and Invested capital, are worhlni: tdslit nnd day to Keep tip with the avalanche of djilics that pour In upon tlictll. IJespone of foreimi countries all nntlclp.itloiis of the exposition Kvery clvillr.tsl nation inanap'tnent. ln earth, every land tvltliin the sweep of both nhores of the I'nclllc ocean ntid every otate In the I'nloii will he represented ly the llnest asseuihhi);e of displays Hie world has ever seen. "San Francisco," says President Moore, "as hostess for the nation will entertain the world In 1915 with the most comprehensive exposition In Ills, tory, a Jubilee of nations, a splendid celebration, commemorative which shall Include not only the llnest features of nil former world's exixisltlons In recording tlm progress of the world, lint yet In innRiilllcenee, in diversity. In Its distinctive color of the wet. of the orient and of nil the countries bordering upon the l'ncltlc oeenu will stand alone. The nations of the world will Heo the finest American displays Inever shown nt the Pananiu-raclllternational exposition. "Tho pluus of the people of the wit International for the Panaina-Paclllexposilion nro belnjj uinlertaUen upon a scale of world education and Interest, nnd the exposition Is the subject III every of enthusiastic a few WITHIN laud upon the earth. Ran Francisco is preparing to meet the standards of n Kreat national celebration. Kvery land tinder the stars and stripes will be represented, and the nations of the world are intensely Interested in the Panama canal, America's Klft to civilization, and In the exposition nt which, America will formally celebrate Hie opening of t lie canal. This uni- $1,x,-WO.OtiOl- ii Mtir-pa- c A J t r e versal interest the most remarkable world's exposition In point of size, diversity and specltl: interest ever held." The opening of the Panama cnnal will not only be the most Important commercial event In the history of tho world, but It will mark a supreme epoch In the lives of the nations bordering upon the Pacific, ami appropriately the visitor will see In the exposition' the sreatest displays of strance tribes mid peoples of the c ocean countries ever assembled. llown the streets of San Francisco in exposition days will pass such oriental pageants as the world has never (.een. China, .Tapani the Philippines, India and other oriental lauds will join in parades that will rival tho Indian durbar in magnificence nnd surpass the ilurliir In variety by reason of the mauy nations represented. The exposition will formally open with tho entrance Into San Francisco harbor of n composite fleet of the battleships of tho world. Upon Invitation of tho United States nearly 100 warships of foreign nations will first assemble at Hampton Roads nnd will be Joined by detachments of the Amer ican navy, and tho composite fleet will then le reviewed by the president nnd by foreign dignitaries. This fleet, the. largest ever ussembled, will proceed through the Panama cannl, arriving in Sail Francisco harbor about two weeks after the exposition opens. J'he exposition will be held upon tbe shores of San Francisco bay and of the Pacific oce.iti and will occupy an area of more than l.tlOO acres. The grounds will describe a semicircle about San Pa-cltl- The two principal locations of the position will be at Harbor View and In Golden Gate park. Harbor View Ues as a crescent on San Francisco ' bay midway between the ferry build-Inthe principal entrance o fi.'IB Francisco, nnd the Golden Gate. Golden Gate park fronts the Pacific ocean one mile below the famous Cliff House. These two main sites nnd Intermediate locntlons will be connected by a ma rine boulevard that will skirt tho shores of San Francisco bay nnd also by nu Interniurnl railroad. A trackless trolley will run over the boulevard. Harbor View is within twenty minutes' walk of the Fnirmont hotel and tbe most extensive apartment; house section of Sa'n Francisco. At Harbor View will be located a yacht harbor, the Midway nnd night ,,uu ...v. i .... ,. j cessions that lend themselves to nlRUt Illuminations as well as grcnt build lugs to house such heavy exhibits as may be readily unloaded from ocean going vessels, such as the structures to contain the manufactures aud machinery exhibits, the Palace of Liberal Arts and other Industrial features. Golden Gate park will be the sent of the permanent features of the expos-tloi- i. With nn nrtM of more than a thousand acres Golden Gate park, forested and created of sand dunes, today presents one of the most notable achievements in hiudscape gardening in the world. The west end of Golden Gate park, comprising MO acres, will be utilized for exposition purposes. Around a great stadium, already built, will be erected a huge concrete coliseum, the largest structure of Its kind in America, capable of seating ".",003 people and in architecture like that ut Itome. A chain of lakes at different levels will be connected by a working model of the Panama canal. Lincoln park, where the Golden Gate rounds out Into the Pacific ocean, commands a panorama of the Pacific ocean, of San Francisco harbor nnd of the hills of tho city. Its area Is ISO acres, and Its contours rise more than 300 feet ubove sea level. At Lincoln park will be erected a great commemorative statue welcoming ships to the Golden Gate. Tentative plans for St. Francis memorial tower call for a structure &r0 feet In height, with a base 200 feet squure. The top of tho tower will be almost 1,300 feet above the waters of tho Golden Gate. From Lincoln park tho boulevard, turning south toward Golden Gate park, will pass through an nrea of 200 acres that havo lieen secured by the directors for exposition purposes. Here will be located the foreign buildings, live stock exhibits, mining, horticulture and agriculture and other displays requiring extensive space. ex.,.-...,,... sSSSSsSff fflUHWE ?, III t the battleship na- rado jnto Hun Francisco harbor nt the opening of the International ex position there will Le a fitogTAul of events of world Interest and Importance lit n succession of two months apart Interspersed with lesser events, yacht races and motorbont races of an international character for great trophies and cash prizes, aviation meets with tlie famous bird men of tbe world, Olympic games in which the athletes of the world will take part, intercollegiate contests, automobile races in which the holders of the world's records will participate in the automobiles of eery nation, military maneuvers in which the crack Infantry and ,..... rtf I . " """ ' "" participate upon an extended scale. The location of the exposition .gives widest scope for the gieatest International sports program in history. The auto races will pass Into Golden Gate park before tho concii'H; coliseum, wiich will have a seating capacity of 7i,0tsu people. The military maneuvers and Olympic games will also be held hi tile .stadium. On San Francisco bay motorboats "will vie for the world's records before the Harbor View site of the exposition. The yachtsmen of the world will sail from Kurope ncross tho Atlantic to New York ami then through the Panama canal to San Prancisco. The Punamn-Pncifl- c International exposition was first proposed by Mr. It. 15. Hale, a merchant of San Francisco, in 1901. Mr. Hale wrote a letter to the Merchants' association, nnd the idea took like wildfire. At that time It was anticipated that the canal would be opened In 1013, and 1013 was the date set for the exposition. An organization of the commercial bodies began the preliminary work, but In 1900 came the tire. No one was dismayed. In a whack built over embers hardly cool n F .'.,"' ,,,,.. 1 ,.! ''"- Yellowstone National park, Great Salt lake, Pugct sound, the Inland trip to Alaska, tho government's huge reclamation projects In sixteen western states, the Columbia river region, tb.9 redwood forests of California, the fin of Oregon, the big trees on the trp4" proacli to the Xose.mlt.e, Arizona, and New Mexico, youngest or the states? Nevada nnd some, of the greatest mlo lng camps in the wona. remaps moac Interesting of all will be the opportunity for a trip through the Panama canal either coming or going'. v The reconstruction of San Francisco tit ;i,v'ff i i'-Is one of the greatest miracles within ?'.! -;the history of American municipalities. I J VFive hundred and eight city blocks. embracing the principal business and residential portions of the city, wora :,. r ii2.":' wiped from the earth In 1000., Th streets were covered in some places with debris forty feet deep, yet today n stranger to the city would never know from Its appearance that a firo hadoccutred. The loss through the Are Is estimated by Insurance underwriters at $400,000,-- ' 000. To reconstruct San Francisco? called for rrenter wealth than was destroyed by the nre and far exceeded the cost of building tbe Panama canal. Since tha fire $242,000,000 has been expended upon new buildings alone. Today San Francisco Is the newest city In the world. Its buildings represent tho latest type of modern concrete structures. It has more than 1,300 hotels nnd apartment houses, with accommodations to suit all persons. In preparing for the Panama-Pacifi- c International exposition hundreds of ST. Fh.VSCIS HEMOIIIAL TOWEH. its emissaries ,nre visiting nil tho regions of the world. Fourteen gover The contributions of China" and Ja- nors of western states on a 4,000 mil pan toward the exposition in magnifi- trip through the east on a special train cence nnd variety will surpass any- recently called attention to the exposithing ever Keen outside of the orient tion and became better acquainted with; nnd even In the far east Itself. A con- - their 'brothers of tho eastern, state. i in i eihi or nvtu mm mm , t " fl ,i V C- jiw VX ii mmmmy im u i Mini N iiimuiiwih wip vvVA" 'V I I MmS' ? . v ", '' i ox $" , V,r A l i WhotK fflHHlBHHHiiJHH .:, :? ..w tiSl HHiiiiiHLkiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiHiHrTWlB?v'V MillHlwlHi'lnatfBiSfauHBQSjnHlHDHH sign, PACIFIC dry goods "Panama-Paclfl- OCEAN BEACH FRONTING THE EXPOSITION SITE IN GOLDEN GATE PARK. NK9IH HI r &'r C I Jy I XAiBo . raw sitx or tks sxrofiiioir. whxie .'M LOOATW,. tii midway .-.- ajtd ooiozmioxi s- will . merchant placed a great c International exposition, San Francisco, 1013," aud this became the battlccry in the light to build a new city. Of mure than $20,000,000 now appropriated by California $7,000,000 has been raised by popular subscriptions, f 1,000,000 Is assured throujth a special act of tho legislature permitting the counties to tax themsilves for exposition purposes, $5,000,000 wiis appropriated by the stato of California, and Ban Francisco has voted a bond lssuo of $5,000,000. This Is the largest sum that basever been raised for a world's uposltloa at an iultlai stage. , But It Is only, - ... t itarttr. ot tho cM'OHltlon servatlve estlmato of their combined Quo of tho illroctoi-expenditure toward tho exposition is Is now hi Jaiian. It U mid tluU hL'i $10,000,000. Hawaii and the Philip- majesty tho Kmporor JtiiUuhlto will pines will contribute more than $1,000,-00- 0 ilouutu Uio uso of (tho ImporUl uct ench. .to tho exposition. Tlio HHU;d oC Tho Pacific coast of tho United States nnd tho wholo west wlll.be lady luuuugcrtt, of uJitih Mrs. l'luiulio t lirmUUnt, , Is is lunouu-featured up more extensively than they t,ikliiK uji Uiuso pluiscn of havo been within their history. Side excursions from the main line or stop- tlio qvihuIUou tluit bvlong ivirtlculurly overs upon any of the eight transcon- to woman's domain. tinental systems terminating upon tbe The setting Is belnf prepaicd, WW exposition structure rUlnj Pacific coast will afford tho visitor an Imiuosslvc Fianclacsi bay, un .with ally unit opportunity to see those attractions of flout bu:lu;iouiul unit lit wooded slopes as to him. To. most tho fuicground a a America that appeal vast' fleet uf Wltlo-Hhlpeoplo tbe names of these places, will of tho world, tho eight wUlboono-o- f carry a picture tbe Yosemite, tbe tho magnificent ictucU'4 of. his ,Grand Canyon ot tbe Colorado, tb tory. , on ps t- j. 1 . H AssncliUlon an'l affllKtnl Uxlle. tlvo conceptions as a personal cjivll. SiiQh evils are Inherent In the ayster.i notably, the State uid municipal board every w Ik n. of health. Hut medical Inspection Ims likewise To .the ohamplons of n nitlonal, mod-leby political cormonopoly .the" control of the Mihoil becomo contaminated ruption, and It would h" difficult i de. tho iillJnmto uonlrol of tho IKiliit to lsc a system more wiscptlhle to favtlio ontlro home, tho clone, tho oritism nnd graft. nation, rtevcrnl prominent officials. In aw' hMMBHA? Women Use New Ativay nuny communities: can fur. fact, lire plainly on record to tit' effect. In iM'urln alUs, tho political doc- nlt.Ii evtimpbi of the coUuilon batwcn On Inspectoi, wlivthor doo or Would Be hnwn n rasoiiroofulntM the medical tors 'luiva or n nurse, nnd l!n prlit practitioner, worthy of a nob.- '- cause. Tor neveril ha-r. tln'oitlvo sup- Uio d'litlst or tho iiptlclnn. Instanio" lh- Should Not port of a number of prominent nnonicles, could 4e multlpll.. I of Ui luspectoi Attack High Prices By Destroying Children Schdol furnishing the with tha iit:ii. such its tlio Coinmltteo of One Hundred. Good Taste Of of a physician t'i vlmm they nro urg i Be Forced to Orth liussMl S.wo round ilion and varl. aocletlr", to take their chll I for treatment. oiw oononilco and soololiwral Meats. deal. ttlo, itho Inspei'tor's visit Is Club-- . Jllsut.M lnclunllr .WoinnnV followed by th? opttdin's i Wie unwitphilanthropy 1m ftlwnjJ The Amerlcnu public ins been tolerting tool of opprceslon. Chicago, III., .luno 9 Several hunTHE AnVIJNT OK MEIHCAJ INSPKCant of lain) nbue, but It has noior ' tiu: r.iiNo tidj: oi ori'ur.ssioN. ' nowlngly jriti? "! n tii.'nt'.Bi by pri- dred nJilekens, p. mud up In crutas for .TIO.N. .with AH bitcllUrnt cltlzejn Imbued sun baths ycstorlay morning, were awl- In Jill n n hns. The woliixil teacJiir vate lntres s nt lt p'l". ! so'iyols, lr s democratic Ideals are n iturallj ilmly dized with n shower of rcMHituHilp for (tho J'llMsluV burn held Ij lew pxcrolilian th. icnrci of routine medliul Inspeotlo'i, oil thrown by the angry lian I of ilqw of hLs jjuplls (luring m.ho.l wrJfaro It f"ln that imcli home. lnstlnctlel thne who hue" pfn, with .llslnterested ilsh women who are waging a ivar agcihiU tli.it h.H hours, n ladc-i-l lopon-slbllltof Ininslon woiilil himhi the dcstructlo'i niimtK oyes. Its operation in our e the , tiiirks.iiril cieclnllj ithose ncvor been gainsaid. it to be a ro-.- s Infrtiuoincnt upon one of tho vciy huivnrks of ludlvldtril displayed on Kosher meat nnd chickens, regu. I'rom this ,h.ivv oome nrlous liberty. The drenched fowls by .vigorous rock- Lktlona and laws protecting .hcl chil- tlie liberty of tlio !mll tilu.il. t'ompulsory Mcdleil InspTtlon with Its Insji-cttts wholly ling awakened their .several lonplng piJ contagious Since medical dren from Inflictions and logical acccssorl"s would mark tho Passprlctors, who alnly gave vliaso to tho a. It Includes dentlL'M&soi", liglslatlon' thai, on tho whole, Allopathic, ecept ing of Democracy. wantonly women. tistry, it i;nores and often lias ibeen necessary and commend ible. has ilolatcs the ttaehlns of other seools. Tho null oil InUIi will administered first This acknowledged responsibility Is The New Woman. to the three crates of chickens owned by vluo led to the sclen,tlfte study of school To force any therapeutic measure upon harmsanitation nnd hygiene, which simply a subjoct who hold-- s such (Tho following xitlre on tho modern Isldor Uosonthnl, and ;ieai ohlckens In flurroundlng' rtho child with ful Is directly opposed to the prlnclplo woman was written by Mrs. J. torcs were also U. front of .ttiFcc othir means treatment, universally .Smith and read at a meeting of Mar- smothered In kerosene oil. licattaf1" condltlons'iihltc .It Is removed of sympathetic This Is the latest weapon to be em ncknowledsed to be Uie flrat ossentlal of shall, Minn., lVomm's Club.) from .the care of its parents. , "Medical Itispeptfon" formerly meant the healing art. 0 Lord. 1 come to TJiee In ruer onse ployed by tho iwonien hi their .war against the Kosher butchers. frequently Inspection more; the vlUgance cxonclsed by the teacher Since medical Is "Chickens can't lie oaten nf,ter itbv la detecting diseases likely to prove con- leads to morbid introspection It recetves But pardon If f do not knel bufore) i A tagious. In Wio Mine sense cmplojers the condemnation of a larco and rapidly Thy gracious presence, for my kneed are have been soaked In tliat stuff," f il.l one of the lctlms "It'.s simply one o axe "medical Inspectors,' and so are Inci easing doss who place the psycho-loKlcsore J t- -keepers aad ship captains and all factor above the physiological. With po mucJi walking. In my iqhalr In- - the tricks to tlrlie us out of business." Desplto tho aiumber of e.tra iMdlcemen I Iraiwvportatlon companies. Since tlie averase medical Inspector friends--un"medical Is a oun or Incompetent doctor, Solum) iencjiers haie been iiv statlone.il nt thu troublesomo corners, I; I'll sit at ease and humbly bow Is belleied other crates of ifow'ls found In itiliis (Sense from remote trained as n diagnostician, to whom tho SiiHoostora" hiM.I. Jlrnie, Juqt as they have been sanitarian majority of the pupils are necessarily I've labored in Thy vineyard. Thou foil out of doors by .the women will be treate to ooal oil. strangers, his hurried examinations and and "fire inspectors." know; of arbitrary .decisions have .brouslit whole- - I've .sold ten tickets to the minstrel The Ma vw fjl street jiollco were kept With tho repent busy during tho lay answering riot Mills Bclo'ce, howeier, came a hot of show; site condemnation even from within tils including tlio professional modioli own lirofeswlon. I've called on fifteen .strangers In ou" from butchers antlclpitlng 'trouble. Althotigii there was no actual rioting, town, isasvvfor or School doctor. Since medical Inspection ? far as It ITS INDUSTRIOUS GKONVTH IN TUG relates to clewllne-s- s and the hle.nla Their contributions to our uhuroh put big crowds stood outside inery shop In "up-rig- ht;" the Cilietto district, and feeling was Indown; UNITED STATES. care of the ulittdrjen of the islunis ts a tense the vendors of Kosher "dovn-rlgh- t" sociological iiuestlon, Its Intro- I've Kiked a pot of beans for AVednes-diy'Tbir modern yot osseiitlilly ni'idlevtl purely . mo its, sprev. of duction Into the schools Is regarded by idea' caino fiom the latln countries l"o!ki rsponikd to fifty riot calls In e super It N going to be; mere pjll.itlve, An many socloloslsts as a Kurojie where Ha growth Jins been Nobody was werloiisly Inthe Ghetto. with what tho late William and by Indlreot cost an actual burden 1'vo dr's.sed three dolls, too, for our anjure.! and f.'W arrste.s were made. A oppressed nual t.ilr. rather than a relief to the James? calls "the Gallic spirit of Granted, say others, tliat such And made a vnke wbioh Ate mitst raffle numlMT of mass meetings wore held to "and rgleineiitiitlon.'' Let us s.. classes. protect against the high prlc of meat I there. oierslsht is necusary, do we rcciulro a Jiow it has fared In Amerlva. wip Now, with Thy lioundloss wslom .sub- - and fowl. Inspector vast niodlc.il machinery to apply Tlii Xlr.st regular medical A committee of litwlsh iwomen lime. ichlldren's t schools In the United States was and watir and examine INCORPORATED. tfn big juick-- rs at tlK Thou know est thut thuse duties all tak'- appolm.il to In scalps? appointed .by Ihe city of New York Stock nrls Tuesday afternoon to ronov time; ltui .lie leading opponents of com32. .Mark the d;iie. protest. The owners of the markets inuugui.iUd a com. pulsory Inspection are .the army of In- 1 hae no time to fight my .spirit's loos. thlr Button In ISO! duel ire th"v will inaUe a dntermlned ef I hue no time .to mend any liiuiband's 3let system of school Inspection, divid- dignant parents w,hoe .wishes .lia,o to sail Kosher meat ,unihr fort clothes; ing lis public fcchools into fltty dls- - lgnoreil or deflefl nnd whoso clilldren from police j.rotectlon xtreiits This armv already My. children roam tl axicts, to each of which a dootor was ii- - hnie been morn till night; ignvX Tills, however, was assigned nnmbvu many hundred thousuvl. and Is panes, glie tin the girl who ctJiU.sui-wort- h N. S dir.es W S'.iS cjiains to a Htonu Pay Your Taxes. do I liaie no time to Increasing dally. ithein to h In ilnney Brown's line, being J. i:. und solily as a protection from opldeiiilcs. the ne,w kind the new knd Tivw for j ear 1912 are now duo, and the hope of tho oarth. right; It Is tlie representatives of thoo Wnl.1 Maddox cornivr; thenen S. (.', K. 2. in 1KO was the first Connecticut to receive s.iin.. my we are sv.villln? tli.; But Thou, O I.ord, consldrlng alt 61 cluilns to the In ginning, containing to pass a medical inspactlon law varied elenunts who ar" Olio us a rest, we're tlrd of KlrU, T. II. IlIiACIC. -. cartvs. membership of The National for vtlii'n tt nutliorlzed tho testing of Straight fronts and hobbles, .rats puffs 1" wres iiHire or bvs.s. Conioxsl to , Sheriff Ohio County. oririu-ize- il leel 47tf Wilt count them rjghtoous, eyesight by the teachers evDry Medical Freudom, an by .1. i;. M.ildox. 1h1 nnd culls. my iirnyers. solely to opposu sui'i fo i! J of ihrtsj years. Tills act, liarnileis a it In deed Those who sire ImwUng for maiden of day of and ' Ble.s the Mipiier and tho minstrel i book No. 31 p.igo 3'J and 37i In t,he offloi The Girl of Their Dreams. worth rnnvril at tlie time, maint tho entering medical oppression. show. on lamxlgu for the pernicious practices tliat Jvickw-anthe of the clerk of Ohio County qiirt; all Backward, turn O, Time, Couldn'.t catch one If alone WHAT COMPULSOItV MIMICAL. And put It In the ihearts of u.11 to go. of wililch remains Jn my hand unsold;and In your flight, turtb, tuirrc fiy oou ito follow. and glie us u maiden IJKALL.Y MKANS. Induce the visitors to patronize 11HB advanced .to a all of wJiluli 4.s JuVI tvubJo.it ton mortg.ig New Jensey "In St. Iouls I'ostsDUpatah. drcssi prop.'r and right. We are so vaccination The m"n who In our program mlvirtis: woory of switches It means compulsory ""purmLs-siveliel.1 by Ileal rin & Wowluanl In Uva law allowing the and rats, nf irlllle Mnarf-poat the will of the iU.il Becau I've uluuiod tboae mewlmnts! till Burko clurtcrs and pvach basket hats. Many who hao toad "The Vulture's sum of VVi.in. to establish a (complete madlcd asulnst of health, which arq they hid "lnapetclon with examinations for the de- or State boards lulled upon na tho property of V. It. Wads of ece!slor hfajxyl in a pile, and Claw" pronounce It to bo one of "tho composed of mem- Whene'er tiuy saw iny coming j(s, tliey almost Invariably on their Jiesuls ito the height of greatest of the later books. It is filled Anderson and Mary A. Anderton, tection of physician dc foots. his stackol AsMcla-ttodid. Mass.uili,usett.s. In lft! bers of the American Medical a mile. Something Is wrong with the with genius nnd holds tlio reader's at- wife. Then came 1'rotes.ta from jiarents and froM Increase .tho contribution to our fair. vlUi rjio flr.st "nvindaitory" Inspection maidens we fnar. Glie us the girls as tention from the first In Intense, thrillTJUtMS: Sale will be made on a credit practitioners opjosciil ,to ithis Ami blejs the people who iissmibl-- j there they usod to appar. Give us ,the girlies ing Interest with not a dull pagC The of 3 months, bond with approved. ..uirlty act, a law has lieen rm Iscxl mode of treatment are of no a,vatl. Bless Thou tlie grab-ba- g und the Uypsy we once knew of yore, Itumii ind is now heralded by the tul vhaso iiurls plot Is strikingly developed amidst tho required, hearing Interest nt ithe rate of may bo added, It (Parenthet'wcaJly tent, of enforced inspection is a model annum from flay of Male, didn't come from u iKilrdrteisIng ,tone. rare beauty of the Kentucky hills. The 6 J)er cent. that no one can .predkt of wha,t Jensrths The flower taljlo and the cake cliat's Maidens who drosswl ,wh.h a sensible Hartford Itepubllcan ono full year and and having the force and . i ior the whole country. of a aen,t; "The Vulture's Claw" all tor 1.60. 23tf. sale bond. view, und Jurt That Irony of fate Klvit tlio very vaccination and lnccul.itton tiuy so. Alas Uiamo Nu,ture ready the general use of serums as a May our whist club be to our hervlle Wltncsa my hand, this 13th day bt Stat) to inltlitle tlio conflict ,tha.t them to. Give iu a girl .with a preventative measure a?alnst .typhoid June, 1912. blit. In our politUul ln,doieulenc flsuro of her own and fashioned fllvln-elSheriff's Sale. ts The .dancing T.arty gayer than the rest: by and jmeumonla W lute" feier, tuberculosis T. II. BJACK. S. O. C. rJiouU a century and u ciuurter Nature alone. Iemhilne atyle' getBy Virtue of Execution No. 32J Book inaugurate un viitlrcJy exotic pysteju of recommended, and more than one boird And .when thou, (lost beitowM thao ting fiercer each jtMr oh, give us the 12, idlivctcd to me, which from of lieatlh Is seriously considering their bleedings, then girls as tliey iisul to iipicar. Wcllng-to- n the Clerk's Office of (the Ohio Circuit apr.iilin. House for Sale in Beaver Daa. We lray that Thou willt .bless our souls, ITq'.i .this small beginning nuvUvia Introduction In tho echooK) (Kas.) News. Anderson Court, In faior of S. A. A splendid cottage in tlie Render It means, by repeated suggestion and Amen. follow-XT- ti Jnspeotlon Ji.is lncrnuqd ito Uie Ghe them itho girl they .want-.- wo ilo against V. tt. Anderson and Miry A. the alarming ordeal of physical exami In Beaver Dam, Ky., In en'jrjnous pnijkoitlons: no,t catv. Uress her In lioops with u Anderson Jils ,wlfe. I, or ono of ,my depgood. fieven Htate.s toJUy lutve auuudatory nation, a roonhld reign of nlaims and horrible flare. Mako her look foolish uties, will, on Monday tho 1st day of condition, and Including four town loll Stories Want Ads Tell. panics In our .schools which In many with .wb, that is, laww ivxklrur filvool iiusl,!-- il things a ort of July, 1S12, between the houra of 1 o'clock are for salo it sold at once. Itejlaenca Iona.W A. ICalui.) cases directly Induces the evil It ostenstuffyd angel, de doping wings. Inspection icoumuLsory In l'ut p. m., and I o'clock p. m., at the Court is (automobile In good Wanted no)v being repapered. A hargatn U ofs In corkscrews, rings tin Status liave peniUJve sibly guards against. Iu House door In Hartford Ohio County, with Spend not a .requisite. H, A. her ferod. Call on or address, It meatw to sensitive' clilldren the condition. N laww. iml two .SWies unl tho District her cars, and mako her look double or Kentucky oposo to I'ubllo, Sate, ito tho .". public exposure ntvl exaggeration of Bugg, liox BAT.NETT St FOSTER. treble her yeais. Slake Jitr. a grandma highest Uhliler, the following property of CWumWa Jin., lto.in.1 of .Health (One week later.) dfect or petty ailment sum officially de.serlbixl some minor when she is a miss, and have her look (or to much then of as tmay be y 39tf Hartford. Ky. ma Wanted To trado ha-a;Li,w.s.1i Jn all whUh seldom escyins a mother's watchtho "fmivc at useful to hug and to kiss. Glie us tho to satisfy Plaintiff's dobt, Interest and in ful eye or the ,lllsance of the family chine &r fast runabout. II. A. l,ugo girl you cim'o tell from a boy the costs), nliu oti'tr States it,liero ts u vlsoiiims Box 0. kind, of a girl that tho worbl pjin beliu; m.i,Jo to 4uic Blmllar Ut,w.s physician. Beginning at a stone at the cist sldo NO SIX, OAK'T It exalts tho germs of flKeaso to a (Tlie (tlnlrd week.) Glie us tho gtil who can drlvo u of the Hartford & ltoekport Iload, (olng t OXT APPENDIOITU pltinaele of tower only equaled by prlmi- Wantod to oxclmngo ispowly runabout machine, Tlui statistics of tlio cities nro ewn dress like Jier brother, and I). C. Muddox's S. W. Cnier, o.ls.( for rficer. II. A. .Bugg, Bo 5. anuro rilarmtiui. lll'liinlnj; wllli one liven tho scene. Glio lis thu girl who thenco with the .mcaadrlngs of tho, (TJio fourth iieek.) My ir IS?.' and only 11 iu IWtf. Is quick on her feet, xind wllljiush un said roa1 as follows: S. 4 W. G.WChilns; (t,here mpablo of .fifty mU'is an old grandmother Into hor seat; ono with thenco S. 2 W. 4.G7 ChatisS; thenoo Wanted-C- ar (1911) no Jess Um ill HER WEIGHT INCREASED vvm VLst H. ctl tafonliifl; a hWte,m MfqUnol nul-Iis- il FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS. hour. Have .slowor oar and wnie rash. a gentleman's collar and coat, iw.ho 17 Chains; itlicium X. 12 W. W. 6. II. A. .Bugg, Box C. speaks In four longuagivs,. livivsllon maiu or lew iIrvsUc, and clamors to X Cluilns to u Htono In C. l Mowiloy'si ihoily arbitrary, lr jiot m'iually bnit.il vote, iaiU Dei nurd Shuw nnd Is smart (I'et ltender); tlience S. f 11. 21.11 Chaln-- i (The fUth week.) Wonderful Praise Accorded v. Wanttsl Will iu!ingo. TeislU.ncc tprrip-ert- y as a whip, and iu (thin in tlio iiilildld, with &ald Masoloy line to n hickory, the Household Remedy lllEP KXI'ONKNIVS uND and speedy car for JuuUilns caia-bl- e and Mialyht at tho hip. A fig for the same being tho W. T. Aslvby pormor . Mrs. Maria Uoertz, urienta, ORla-homingtiiuous doll. Wu do not also; thence N. 20 i:. s.72 ohalns to a of develojilns ovfr a "nillo a milnut;-- . childlike, writes : Jl In an undeiilUita Stu;l itlwit the pVm want any of tha.t fort ut all. Glvo us stono at D. C. Maddox S. K. Qornur; I II, A. .Bugg, Bo C. Eat All I Want to Now. No Mora "My husband, children and myself oif w.'hool iuspictlioii by iloctore orlifl-aoia wuini.in tu tup with Jier day, (Tho sixth iwwek.) W.. 22.0I clialnfs theiwe S. !8 .with Oat on tho Stomach or Sour Stomach. have used your medicines, and wo alwltli tho old Wantod Will oxoliango itst motor oar, luui jut tho " No Moro Hoavy Feellna Attar I'urltun business wild Miuldox lino to tho beginning connularor ways keep them iu the kouso In oase of away; w'Jiool or inodicluc. Meats or Constipation. ono who Is lowly and ltyirned taining 43.31 acrus, convoycsl to Alary A. necessity. I was restored to health' by slightly ilamaged, for irotos,slonal No matter Tho doctors of lay anslhtant-- s of tills this medicine, and Dr. Hartmati's inof flratsejass surgeon. Ill A. Uugi;, and Hwevt, and u Iwdy withal from hor Anderson niul V. 1 'Anderson (her liui- - getting relief what you've, tried without JU8T TRY simple buck' srJitMj vltlutut any known e.voejitbu valuable advice and books. People ask Box 3, Judge. hcud to her" feet; a woman (to lgh for band) by J. K. Mjuklox, rcconJod In tho thorn bark, glycerine, etc, as compounded in ADLHK-I-KA- ! surprised You will Zxlyv fcen iiTirtUv to illo for, to Jove; Die uLllous and about mo from different places, and are a ,woiain who'd Ohio County Clerk'W office, deed book No at the QUICK results and be will bo you surprised that 1 can do all of my houseguarded against appendicitis. The VERY from jniyllcU aoluirnt made of what men axe made of. Famous Stage Beauties. fig 31, jiago 270, Also another tract of land FIRST DOSE will help you and a short work alone, and that I was cured by the Lihs. Look with .horror on Skin Kruptlon, for I'rlscllla, wlio did vory well when lying In Ohio Cqunty, Kentucky will mako und treatment with ADLER-I-Kdoctor of chronic catarrh. My husband you feel better than you have for years. "I'tiero Is ul) overwhelmlns iimof was cured of asthma, my daughter, of Blotclios, Sores or I'lnvdw. They don't the country was young nnd a vision bouitdod as follows: Ihwlnnlng at a stono This new Germun appendicitis remedy bowels. the stomach .hil compulsory liu.pue.tlou Jws lonx been earache and catarrh of the stomach, and have them, nor will any one,, who usoa q( hejl was u vory good thing for the hi .tlio Hurtford & ItocKport road, Jxhig antlseptlcizes all Impurities. anal 8INQI.B and draws off A DOSE relloves gas on tho stomuah, sour poUcy, advocated a dufJnlto profeM-ioiii- l my Bon of catarrh of the throat. When Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the proilnclal mind. Glvo us tlio TWen-tlet- corner to J, E. und Vendu AIivldo)v,lanJ, stomach, constipation, nausea heavy aiUi inetilna; zual as 4hu o,lbllUltis I was slok I weighed 100 pounds now I face, Kczejna or Salt Itheum vanish Centuiy kink, hor think to dis- runnbig south 1 degree, W. S.SI ohaltis feeling after eating almost ATor ONCB. A short treatment often cures an ordinary, 110. ' It. U euros' sore tips, cliaipea comfort us earning around with tho vir- to u Htonu in ald nubile road ibelag-- J. j case of appendicitis. of .Stovto mefllclno have loiuuud larger on weigh "I have regained my health again, and hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts and tues of Mrs. Prometheus bound, divo C. Uuvall's corner; thenco Jf, BS degrees Sold In Hartford only by the OHIO tiiil nalltical liorizon. cannot thank you enough for your T)w chlof advixvi,t(to u a club woman, loaded iwlth brains; W2J.74iclkalni-tof tiueli laws in I stone In Haryo Brawivs COUNTY DRUG COMPANY, M advice. May God give you a long life bruises. UnequaleU for files. Only cat ?Jit VnttnJ Statea we t,li .Vuwrjiuu J and bless your work." or give us. a suffragette emahlnaj the Une, being J, C. urall's corner; thtmoe m all druggists. Mo.1lc.al WOULD NOT BATHE CHICKENS BE DEMOCRATIC Inspection INKEROSENE BUSINESS OFFICE fu-to- Compulsory Chicago o Impressive. i Method Dealers. Prosperous Clothes m&ke Prosperous ien. Listen! yir e .KI ( pn-Mit- s ln - Mispt-clou- y lilgh-orlc- on nl ctj sti-n- rU, i , The man who puts on a "good front" always given the position of responsibility over the man vho does not. The man who Is doing veil can afford to dress veil; the man vho not doing veil cannot afford not to dress veil. good appearance gives those you meegood opinion strangers and a of you and often opens the door of opportunity that stays shut to those vho neglect their looks. Buy our clothes. They will make you look veil and do veil. 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