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PEOPLE'S RIGHTS TOJTC UPHELD HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912. spettntiini of tho ootiv ntlon CONVENTION MEETS AT UO'CLOt'C TODAY, t'liungo, III, Juno ID -(- s:oi taJ Tli lb publican mnvonllon rccmum 'I TJitc o'ulouk utwl uljourn-ei ij afternoon ut I to im.it J'rhliy mornltu at II mtnk when n report of tho Coinmlttuu on Or Two Conwill lw made. By Taft forces sa) they nro Into itho flirht to tho nd. Rooscsvelt forcn arc Just us luinl, uml uy .that If it not on CroilntlaN "li n' Roller's Progress Will Be miiiaro ileal lliey will ixjii ana fv'" Steam thltvl jiirty with Col. Itooavtt ut tj3 Blocked By Teddy At huul for I'r 'A nt I 1 Hartford College Destroyed By Fire. IT"-dcntl- nl Roosevelt ventions. of wild illdonler, tjoclalU wlirn 1'rin-cl- s tho J. II. n y members of tho Xitloruil ConimlttM nnd wh'n S nntor Hnullcy, of Kentucky, arose to express his v!cw.. Senator Ilnulloy wias cons.tnutl hoote.1 nnd remlndeil of tho fact that he hail voted for l.orlmer, a osqolally wllk.li ho Boemrd fuet of proud. was tho "You votcid for l.orlmer," cry tint greeted Uradlcy as ho took tins JAIL Policeman's Slayer Caught in St. Louis. Arrest Made Through Com-inltt- ros'riini. "Yes, I did, an I I loteil for n man hues uh good as ou are," was his reply. of Then fiimo a regulur whirlwind hootfl and lil."s s us the .St in tor tried to make lilmolf hca.nl. he Plnall' contented himself with howling "I.lir, ILar, liar" at the nssemhleet throng, nnd the remainder of his speech was loit ,was In a hubbub that the Uialrman unable to iiilet. One of tho features of tho roll call, and one which caused llradley and his cohorts much discomfort, was the acof the tion of Judjfo IV. C. Ilalbcrt, Kentucky delegation, who Joined William Hcburn and Don C. Kdwnrds In voting for I'rancls E. JIcGovom. The eypcrlenco of Senator llradley !s maklns the Taft Jieople uneasy n,bouti secwiliat mny happen when llradley onds the nomination of Taft. lO.WO Letteif Which Was Intended for Any Cost. 1 After Five More Kentucky Votes. His Sweetheart. jnotlon 19 -- In tho CIiIviao, June nnilii this tnornhw b (iov llolle, of I loos volt o! Juno Chi M.n, MUi)iirl, It win h'iowii thuA tho Ilooo- positive!) form i v,,v jiirty an I will tit fori"3 lnt'-n- l rl to uotitlnue tli'T lend tt himself rather 1,1 tan xiibmlt t fUht on the of .Stoll mil Curutoi, allow the millions of voters .bvk of the In Iho ri'iinth llitrli.t, Walliea iivl procrresslvo cause to '"' ioMm1 through Uothurmn, In tho KWhth ilUtilU, mil ilULrlet. Clo Wuhll". hi tho NitliMi.i (lie pniktsl f"11 ,l,u ,,f Ul llailhy InLluIol lielr niuncs In SJi list tho a in" etc Committee." Such iiiiiikvI ho liioeil ho of wxenty-elOi- t Kentucky hoadiiunrtcTS b ftrl k"ii from tho roll to ho w jl l broil. it to Roosevelt min. who ito the conte.stUi!; lloii volt two ...utmlo of Hartford were suddenly Tho cltlr-n- i WeUi."vliy nioinhu,' about 'i iiwakemd o'clock by tho fire alirni, and It wis soon dlscovirul Out II irtford Collide was on flro. As usuil ev.rone went to the flro Immediately, with bucket nnd nrrlv il flro oUlnsiiMuM, hut upon raining for "veral Iiouia before the flro, and everv thins was iry damp. Hurtford Cdho wjs creeled In lsr.i nnd tho first school was held In of lD. The lite Dr. WnyHnd Ales.uidtr, one of the best known educa tors In Kentucky was the tlmt presi dent nt this .school. Dr. Ah uifler with the school foi many jears of and from llartfoid Colleso nrany the prominent men In Hits city and over KcntiieM vvcro Kraduatwl. Tills Is i tirrlhle calamity to Hartford and in my lire mule sad by this destruction The building cot 4WW for erection and wns coveted by the WVdmwlaj ufturnoon . lloand of lAducatlon met hi call session and discuss d tho erection of another to building, llowevei. It wus declilvl wait until Mondiy nUlit when n inass . .. ... merlin,- - oi uio eiiircns n taweu in i"o comt liouro. when tho matter will he The fullj dlicuiml. The Uourd sk Hcjaiblloan to uro eerone to nUdVl this me tliw and lvo Itho Hoard their hoped that a modern nslit.inre. It structuie tlmt will nuuoiiiniodate mmy more students than tho old building will bo erected, and that tho work will besln nt once, do A l with n Col. ElMSUVu't tit 1 b'cloc :. CLEAR RUN. from an lb jmlilli-.adjori'ni; Stutf mw Col. Roosevelt .it ndvLsl tlim, nil I about tlic Mine .ignlut wm.li u coiiw, utglng tlmt If Tuft '. nominated b) fraud he wilt unl C1 lef.iit.nl. overwhelming!) leal-- r Hocis-vtl- t will ho tho inoiltnblo Is an. In IMS. iml Col. Itoosevilt that lie did ileMi bi hive. Jdibsl was ii tlutt vviij. Unit. h not ftsht in Ctihxfu to flUit thieve, nnil tlmt to try t woiill not wult four )airs thd tho thieves to illfKorj (iuu,. prop it of W,lMK.O LOOK FOR THIRD I'.YRTV. Tli itmophire Ls very ten.) ubout Kcntutk) liuuWu triers tola), and the Iniprf-slothat tlie hlrth of u third part) In ut luiml In general The mar. Kin of control. Min In tho puked tnnv l.tlon. Ls vory done, nnd Micro roll will b one or two more, fli calls Kfro tho r- - strains .o ' point of breaking. i.itlso of honi-.s'What liimd Uie lm oj Kilning votes In tho KenUiikv delegation no one know.. Thcro votis which nro IicM In lino for tho steal with gruil illffuulty. eJilof vvIiom' Tho Clikago Trlhiino. N C. Oi.niuihlln. IH.Iltical wrltir. Jlui reputo! to ho entirely In the confidence first of CoJ RuoLSicJt, prints on its Honest roll jvge mi article headed: or HVWHeell wilt to alone. Col. Uaom irlffl followers to holtl own uumoittlun In CulUjioiini If lUt Htamls." rolViu-bthLs O'l.mwhlln hujh: ''KltVr tho roll fall of the HupubUcan poiuintlon will lno purwxl of tho lIo. njpolntel upifi It fraiiduKntly lfj.tei or thtro will ho u iloulilo .onwitbjn." foiL-if ithoiUfcitMls of men on U.im tho trvttt of UIiIwiko or ut itho aro wearliijf an norniauii plaeaul "Thou Sluilt Not Urn: Imiirlns thl m 1 jK-opn o ur-fl- vu Coll-Hou- rnrimn nro nhout throiwh olniu.o In h!.i t oinniiinlty. Mlii-.- i Ilattl- - All' ii, Hartford route !. Dam, Ky.. are mid IMnu Hoover. k. the Kiicnts of Ml Kfflo Iark tlvN Mli Ponn Jlwuir diillKhtfull cut Tin mI i nlalit In honor of her frlmd, Mls-i l.uli Hardin of I'olnt I'l.-mil TIkwo mmiit wore JIUfh.i JMn i All. n. Iloovir. lt'iiiT lam; Hattlo Hartford, rout.' 1, i:tflo I'.irk, Horn. Ilnni.r. I.ulu Hardin. Mi.nr. CLiyfrn l'ark, CJnriiuo Hoover, Thoni u ll.ui.Ue) ShoUi l'ark, Hardin Hoovtr horto Mr. Jam. s Haiidloy loit a f Ui .lime 11 Httln m i.k iUe U." v t aivl tod iy Judge O'ltiar arrliftl lonsulvtUm (with wont at onto lnV Sir. LVlwartlK ral Air. Cotivb-i- . Tiio niootlnj,' of tho ii. ntucky ideleflKoH for art.nnlai.tlim in the Orcit Northern ,wltliout lncJilent. Hotel wah prattU-ai4lThe mUUm of Uio delegation at thi mcotlns ut I)ulavllIo wan reafflrniol, !? there holiig no tilLvnciw In the of Tho riimonil mihitltulhm tlons. niulmnl C. Stoll, of Uivliuiton. for on Maurice I.. CkiMn, of Covington, Committee, was not tho CroUentluls made. NOT STUONH I'Olt TA1T. Thcrt aro on tli KentiKky fleleiUlon sexorU men who, UioukIi lntriiLUl for Taft, nro nt Jiiart for 11oimqiU, and this may liaio hvlinslfled tlio i(ult Coiifciyss. of uiiqertulnty. Xeellnif min John W. UuusU-- flsure It Unit Toft will loso hy tho narrow margin of two votes. no tdumge "f Ho In ithts ho elilnis irnsen,t Ktaiihu: of tho Kentucky for Taft nml two of U. J for It'MscU'U. atuoitt, wiho was tieatcil to Iha favor of O. II. WuAd'fll. the 'IVitt ivuull-thUIn iiulto to; tain tint tho will niMTnu tho CoininltUiu aitlon of tho National Onmmltlcd an J she him itho eat. Ho'ihl: "I'luivo not tlw slighted tor tho duulit that I will l mo contest that wua irousli,t ucuiiuit ) iibsiiixl." Clmrlca II. IKvrr) man, was fornur chalrnun ut the Kuyotto County Conmilttee, und Honry T, Uuntun. wilwi U lontoMliUf Uio seat of Itkluml I'. Stoll as dtlejfutu from tho Bevtinli dlatrlct. nnhil. and throuli tha liustllnu jrocllltU of Col. Dick Umt. at Covlrnrtoii, had scuta a;noiiff the eM-Ue- nt o, la were unable to do ,inv oo.l. It nctiiw that the fire (darted In the primary room, whole two eoil Inn kets of mlphur ,ituratcd with nfyuhol hal been plicrnl In the itovo and UnlU.il to fundi; Uo the room Tho Move plp ! iX been taken down, nnd It I potej tint In this m inner the tiro orU'n i'l itid Suljliur had be'n pHeoil In of the stove, but Oil. w n the only It one whro any accident occurred. will bo rtnv tube rod that wnno lueb .vjto school wj dUmlsnil on uccount of tlu hiiii1Iio fcire, mil on atcoiiiit of tins the hulldlni; w.i behiK fiimlateil. to lo Mond i Tho entire town w.irt out rcadj Yatid wa.ithc sue-- t of Mr. nntliltiK to sao the bulldliK which Mr Cod J. i: I'.irk .vtuMlay nfi;hl. hid many phaunt nieimorlc for t'u n?fl IVirk delll'itfully enttrtahi-e- d in ijorlty of out There was noth- Ml nVht .luno In- - to do ocei.t ieo tint tlu wJUi n .social S.vttinli e.nlv-ISth In honor of her eveiitcmUi lilrt.li-d- i. did not xct onie nearbj hulMlni; present wore: MIhsiv lltli l on fire. This would have probablj li.no Thrvv Ueunott. Chffb euliMtl mm h troublo ha.il It not Jiee- -i Allen. Klslo und Cllad Ta.lor, o Tlnslvy, Tronic and and l.uella Uio.r. Don and Ilattlo ROOT RIDES TO POWER Conk. MILLIONAIRE AND WIFE Stcvviirt. Utile Hoover. Utlul Ionn Hoover, l.uLi Jlardln, Uuhy 1'irk. ON THE STEAM ROLLER nthel Havener, Kdnu Jlixnor, Jluttlo AlKILLED ON HONEYMOON e len, Mtrtle .nul Gertie, litlicl nnd Park. I.lllle Havener, Cora. Kttlo , aivl j:ila Smith. Sudle All"ii. CoraTroj-denCincinnati Manufacturer and His Elected Temporary Chairman AfIUflo I'.irk. ihw. Htrtle Crowe, Cixly atns. i:iv'. CIlo Punk. GiHlfrv ter Scenes of Wild Disorder Bride Run Down by Lake Ilonneitt, lMLi Hudson. IMxllo I.eo.Iviu in Convention. Allen. 'Orvllle nnd OrWn Tlulionor. KU Shore Train. Hi and KtlKinu Allen. Corln-- t Iike. Tlnsley, Clareiyeo Hoover, Oiland, i tho Clitcn und t?helli Pnrl!. Iioonl bmlth, Erie, Pa.. Juno IS T. A. Snider, Chlcngo, III , Juno Hardin Hoover, Tlioina. and JoJii.' tlixn a millionaire n.anufaicturer of Clnc.lnnu.tl, threats, charfe.s and Wtter Invective of wife, 'who wero on their the Itoosevelt forces, the Taft supportlej, Itoicl llcrmin, Murlon Stluiou Jir:r. O, und hi. ConktUed lO(to ers In the Uejmbllcan National HarUn honcmoon were Instantly 1. Salmon. A. J. runk. ertru k vention Tuesday" put throug.li the flrt SU'vv-aiDennis Hoover, Clnrllo Honvo", todoV wJien Uielr aU,tomoblle ivivs or tno i"iiuo oi men WUbum by a fast tmln nt a irosslns fs l"T"" Mlrt UltiliiMii, Oetural and ajvd Michigan Southam Senator EIUiu Hoot, of .Ne,w Yark, as Slioro Hoover, Mr. und Mr, llhllmder Tro- - Lake at Hnrjior Crwek, near fliero. ' temporary cliahman. In spite of tlw ilon. ilr. und Mrs. I. J. Park. Mr. ami ltallroad, pavo Miss Ethel Stanton, fi elaujhter of fact that Victor llosewater. olialr,man Mrx. Ncm.1 Hoover, Mr. nnd Mrj. aiiouai vomiinnev, Havoner, Mrs. I'hirenct- - Allen. Mrs. Snider, was seriously Hurt, (while oi me every motion made, tho .chauffeur, Harold Ise, nvsuiqpca fvlth ruled out of order by the Roosevelt force. It rcqulrsd EAST VIEW. i Injuries. . minor Juno P. Wo wre laid to receive tho The bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Snld3-- ' more than five hours to reach a vote ikh1-oMond-iy-j Wo on tho chairmanship- nlco rnJn which Ml wore terribly niuUlatud. I l It Uodly, Tlie calling of the roll was be set iwjth The accident today follows one that of Chlnn. Missus OeuUh nnd Glad occurred hero jostc relay when Mr. .and difficulties from the ery first name on Hoflln, aro visiting tholr slater, Pa., Oie list of delegatus, but In the end, Mrs. Thomas Clune, of Tntusvllle, ratton, tills week. (their hone) moon wJien tho tumult had tiled uway, Senwho wore spending ilUs Alma Ulloy and Mr. Darrol In Erie were drowned In tho jbay, (whou ator Root was found to have won jby u of Hartford, ilalted iMr. full their boat wves oapsizod. vote of K58 to 03 for Gov. Francis H. Mrs. Chwlle lvlng MoiuUy. Tho soeno of today's pccldent H eight McGovern, of Wisconsin, with fourteon 31r. and Mr.s. Will Hamilton vUIU-- 1 miles frpm tho city. Tihe roailwy runs scattering votes and t,wo nut voting at llwieh Qnno from l'rld,iy until ,Mou-d- i. ulontf tho souUi sj.de of tho railroad When Mr. Hoot wns niado pliatrman tracks for a number of liillca and then and inunngcd to deliver il "keynote" ilr. and Mrs. Qluirllo King and llttla turns abruptl) across alio tracks. Train speech after much .difficulty, no comdaugltti r, Soplia I.e.'. wore iOio kucvaIh of No. 43 at mittee were named, und none will bo Westbound, wus travejlliij Mr. und ills. John King atutxlay nljUt high ieod, until tilts motion to "purgo" tUo conMr. and Mrs. IlllUo Stewart vilslted delegates'' Is reached the vention of "fraudulent Tho SnUler autonvobl'o , Mr. John Paris and ci)ssIiik as a freight traJn vtos jiasslnj;. dlsjmscd of. 'This wus defeated on tin lr a i family Saturday and Sunday. As Uio list car wont by tho nutomobllti IHjlut of order, .but tho Roosevelt forces ' Mr. and .Mrs. Homer .Martin went tj prautlc hUMtifl. to ciiw-- j find avas'tijuck b tho docluio thut pailtameivtaiy purohiU" d Owousboro last weuk nnd will not bo permitted to stand In their p,Lssenger tiiiin. some new furniture. J who occupied way. Mr. und Miw. Snider, Itev. J. A. llcnnott flllcul JiU regular tlio reu,r scats Wiro thrown far uluvul Tho Roosevelt people nnd tlu Taft appointment at Mt. Cat me! SaiuiUy mil of tho train and il'ractly Into Its p ttli. people, curited out theh pro,ranis as Sunday. tho announced In udvunco uliuost to mmo Mi. Sam ltlchesoii und family Illinois Delegates Stick to Roose-- y tatci. dovv'n to visit Ids mother Siturday. Mr. o Cullfornln, under tho haderehlp velt. iSIis. UUlutton icturned Sumlay, but iti'ivt Gov. Ilirain Johnson, assumeil a Chleiago, Juno li. "Tlw fo,ot spend tlw week vlsltlntr lttcheson will votxl nttltudo almost with tlw sturt some of the Illinois klole)ga,t frlends and relatlvts. Rivso-vo- lt .w hen tho (wo Senator iltoert for tiimpo. of the iMiis. llobert Pattern sent tho Tuiwluy Mr. mid delcgutes fioin tho Fourth district, coivvtttitton (inuit; day with unuld Jaintu Putton luid 'wife raiy chulimun ut tho Committee, not lo construed to mean Uia,t , l'y unseuted by Uio National KuiiekU. Hut they wure not ullowl to vote. Mr. Ernest 1'u.tton, wife aid sou din will dlsugard ,thlr primary Ins.ti'Ud-tlon- s mid vote ,for Tuft iwhen Uio bU confined their protest toctoo,uence; the King und wlfo Sunday, ed with CharJIo wero tho only Mr. and Mia. Scott Wlilttuker wero tost fomvs. TJiey will no,t do uiiythlutf two oteis for Root In that State upon tjio Whit-takof thkt kind." tlio iguests of their brinther, ,I.ee by vote cast for McUovem. Later, iinu.da This was Alio utatomcnt und fumlly SatunUy night. fell Into the breuch und mudo lslted ilior sot Gov. Charkxs S. IVneevi, chalivnaii of Mrs. Jnmcs Stewait fTho Gov oi nor even a fiercer protest ikganst the vote tho Illinois UelojeuUon. near Tuffy Saturday. of un ulternute. Tho Uaiuett'a Creek cliolr Is ,praetlc-In- g bus Ueclariid for llooserell, and tlio Durhvg the specs. Iios socomllnf ato of for the Hlivsing convention, which tlmt lio epocts that popular nomination, ot Root and McGovern for Ilopubltcans In Illinois ,wUl bo will b'e hold at Ited Hill Baptist cliurvli the temporary .chairman Ujero were aeaes , i the fifth Sunday In thl month. ltncr -- $t) ..' ... .,,.,. 1 flm 1 Ji-l- iNo-tl- 19..-As- rornt t, I vu.. il Mri-Autr- y nt fi roll-ca- ll er l'etin-slvan- la .a), Indlannpolls, June 15 Levi Ickha,nf, I George J. Blackburn, who Indl-in- a, county, In Spencer wanted for killing J. C. Dawson and wound Ing James Hell, Owensboro, Ky., poltao men, June 1, ,was captured at th homo of a relative In St. Louis by Thcvn as Larinore, Indiana Sticte Prison Ageivr, and Cuptaln of I'ollce A. If. Kruse, it Vlncennos, Ind. Larmoro and Kruso3)rriv'' cd In Indianapolis with their prisoner o.r their way to tho State prison. from which? Loekhart w as parpUed. The prisoner will then bo turned over to the Spencer county authorities lo be tried far murder. Lock! art, who is said jto bo one of the 0LATO1N. most desperate men QVcr sentenced to tn In State prtson,also is wonted In Owcuaboio, Juno 19. Mr. J. W. Iliadley iwas Olaton, I'onlmlllo and EUmltoh Satur- Ky., upon a cliarge of .horse stealing. l(t day, olng from tlu latter placo via tho was ,wjille In pursuit of Lpckl ant ,that M. It. & E. to Dundee where lv m cdo Dawson lost his life nnd Hell was wound a short visit bctoie Hiturnlnz to his el. Tho offlctrs followied him aqross tho homo ut Rostue. Ohio River into Spencer comity and.com-In- g Sin. Ilnllle ilcDantcl was here from on him In n lonely country road, en-- , Hcner Dim from 1'ridny until Sundiy gaged In a revolver fight. night with relatives und friends. PRAISES DAWSON'S GAME.VESS. Mrs. Annie McDaniel rotumed Satur"Dawson wns the Knmest iman I vof day nUht from a several elaj's visit at saw," said Lockhart, speaking of tho Central City, Island and Owcnsboio. tragedy. "Ito followed me land when, ill ,Mr. J. it. Daniel, Hartford lval'av-to- n round of cart,rldgs Juid boon usqd he and Clara Wilson, Render, return- started to beat me rwlth tho jbit-cn- d of ed home Sunday night from the ilajs' his revolver. I sliOt ihlm and he Xo)itay visit ito relatives here. downward." unMr. Arthur May nttciuled the Lockhart was wounded In ithe left letf veiling at Tonsey Sundaj. by one of tho policemen nnd iflcd wjthanf Is stopplng-n- o Mk-E&sle Ejnch, of Prlodaland, ,haVo the Injury drossed. fTIiar tho goiest of her friend. Miss Nora first two dajs Lockjiajt walked foul! attending the prextrapted unerr- miles on Oie Injured leg. jHe then (went ing at the M. E. .church. to HQllcvtlle, 111 , where Jio sold his re Sir. Edward C. Tiler, of .Mt. Wash- volvcr, and from there lie went to St, ington. Ky.. manager of tho Tyler Por- Louis. , ' trait und Erame Co , of Louisville, un 1 Lockhart has a long prison record. Her who lips been stopping at tho , May has twice been sentenced to the 3tOtjo House during his several week's stay at prison for grand larceny. Ho Is also want this place, was canvassing at Pattie"-vill- o cd ln Oio Southern part of tlio Stated-i- t Friday and Saturduy. Is said, for taking stolen goods into Uio Messrs. ArOiur May, Walter Patterson, county. A reward of $500 was offered by Deo Moy.and Elbert Hazetwood (went the olty of Owensbpro, Kj'., for hlj pajJ fishing Wednesday night and caugut ture. pounds ot fish. It LETTER TO SWEETHEART. Rev. Chrlaley Gentry pastor of Olaton' The arrest of Levi Lockhart (wo now M. E. Qhurch. began a protracted brought about by a iejtter sent here hv' meeting Sunday night June 15th .In Lockliart last week and Intended to bo wihlcli he Is assisted by Rev. Talbott, forwarded to Ella Campbell, his sweetwife and daughter, Florence, of heart, at Rockport, Ind. The leitter to' Ky. The sermons are among the the woman was a passionate one ajid ateor best ithat have ever fallen on frlie ears expressed Ills contempt for Indiana offiof Olaton people, and truly wo ihuve wit cers and boaster at the manner In whc!t us four of God's mighty Xlshers ot hu ha eluded posses. Blackburn's Identity a man souls. The bait used is purely Bi Lockliart.a miner formerly of Prlnoeiton, to and (who has served a term from there' ble food and unless wo have ears hear and hear not, and eyes to see and for larceny and later from Boonvlllo foi" see not, at Jeast a goodly share ot that robbery and Uiat ho had been parolloJ food shall be ours. The meeting will and liad violated his parole was estabprobably continue for ten das or two lished by Chief of Police Dan Haley, ot In Princeton, Ind., a few days weeks, and the W. O. W. Hall. after that' Is murder Juno 1 near Rockpont, and slncer which the meeting Is being held. crowded at almost every service. The then Holey, Gibson, Sheriff Skelton, of meetings aro at 11 a. m , and at early Gibson county; Prison Agent Larraore candle lighting In tho evenjng, and a and other officers have been iworktivr nearby constantly on the case. Lockhart is belargo number Of people from towns are regular visitors. lieved to have spent the Jttonday night Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Thompson have after tho murder in Princeton wlOi "jl returned home )o Crawley, Ln., after an two .brothers and then to have sonar extended visit to relatives und friends Went. , at Olaton, 1'rledland, Horto n and LouisOWENSBORO CHIEF BUSV, ville. Ovvenaboro, Ky., Juno 1C Levi Lock ilr. Simon IJ. Smith, of rordsvllle. hart, alias George niackburn, who.w..iA statu, arrested hj St. Louis and Jiurrlud nnd Air. David Lambert and to Miss Ida, ot Piiliton sxihoolhouse. iwere Indianapolis, is wanted on .the .liarira pleasant visitors at Olaton. Tuesday. ot minder and horsestealing In additio!i Mrs. J. S. Iloan was In Hurtford from to violating his parole from the Jcl'clilg-aWednesday until Tuesday v Isltlng, if rlend City (Ind.) pciiltentlary.tp. .whlrali plaivi ha and relatives. was sent on a grand .larceny cliarjiO The Infunt daughter of 'Mr. and .Mrs. Lockhart was aoe,used of liaving stolen .t Ira Fought, w,ho reside aiear WJilto Oak liorso In Spencer count,Ind., two weeks Hchoulhause, Olaton, route 1, died Juno ugo, and bringing It to Otwcnboro an,l rth ut 9 U) a. in. lntoiment (was In tlio soiling It. Ho wus followed to Spoic,f Caught Cemotciy at lu.00 o'clock Sunday, county by Offk-eJ. C. D.iwoii an J and a large crowd was In attendanoe. James BeJI.of jljie Owensboro police feiruo. Mr. W. II. MtDanlcl was hi Cential Thp offlctrs came unexpettolly ujion City, Ky Thursduy In tlio Interest of Lockliart at u bend In tlio raid and ho the Olaton Roller Mills. pulled two automatic pistols and began The grave of Sovereign Wllllo Lojd firing. DuvvHon was six times and by the ,W. O. jV.'of Oil died Instantly. was Hell was badly wound! pluc. at tlie Now llajmus oe,matery, I3ck,liurt escupcyl and made luls way to Sunday June lflth, and u lurgo piowd St. Louis, where he w,is tracked by ouo was present. of tlio Indiana penitentiary officers. Chief of Police G. F. Hejnolds left O v. For Sale. eusboio today for Indlanuiaulls, and will be'tuincd over to Great big Ice box. Suitable- - for large reuucist that Lockhart Oio Spencor county, Ind , officers at house. family, restaurant or boardlnjf Jtockport, Ind., width Is only ten mllf W. H. HI LEY, WLU Mil Blimp. See Ky. from Owenboro, .HaUfprd, . 46tf U, alias -. , 2 KJngu-vvood, r ht f COMMON SCHOOL LAWS OF KY. Parents Or Guardians May Be pmf of in nr. be jitrMiriil, w Hfiteil such fiot, llm rn'ird of All found In tli' first cnrollim nt to I 'inll bo con.s'ilcml in ovld. m tli r.iif If thero h no nolion! etirollm ot i how. ovl.h-rto tli lin soWi flit, urn of .viM child MrUl b" .rvM. ml. nfll-'- t All laws and parts ,f J.iv In Wi'.s lot ur-- liero'iy raj' ' with vblfl o'-h) urt Ivill HOUSEHOLD HELPS flftiin mlnutm, then tr.!n Wh'ti lukowarni mid the Julio of ilio lelnoll, and nrntwvs, four poutuid "if white flint ir and 0110 j east rnke. Statu! In a W.irin placo for week, ntraln mid iUi"l threo weeks JotiRor, then liottlo 11 i noii.i'.D iMiw A1MM.E O.VTE.UT. VMtlior-inutht- - Look with horror on skin VCniptlins, niotcl'i), Sore or rimjilvi. Ihoy don't hiivtj nor will any one, who use For Failure to Send Children to Hueklen's Artilux Silvn. It rUrlfU the, ask. i ftilt Ilhvmi vtnMi "os I'are umt jjMvp nptilcs; put tlte fao (Sclent School Unruly Children May chrvppe I malmi! r of Nr; lip, wflUr In .inlor.p.in w'm fore l. It Uu ii arid applto. ilii-Imtuli, ohllMalti. lu.xln Ijuiiim. cu'.h anil si mar ,t ImiU; Be Imprisoned. Lit nil (stow till brtibi..s. UnciiusdeU for p'lw. Only Scat ajv jukv of btniMi. m Jalfil-itili Ml a ittt iUMe eoft; alt drusetM. h" mhl illRsnlcn,! p. ' t. tlir.klieli aaIvi. . ..-.- , ... w..v.. it ennrtMl by dtto fmerol Auomljly jie title. When well inltid oilil oolorlii". Off the Electric Wire. vt ttf iViiimo'iu iMK of KVntiic-- ; t. I'mir lirto wot jniM till It ots uro n w Invonteil When fhm luru out TJul nTy ruirrnt, tfisjuMkm or Tiirty mllHon doli-irand serv w.1'1 cream. ntlnr p. rson rcu'dlns within tli" Itowj-lnr- y In ilrIc uutiV Tho IrKh- of tho I'nnoni l Canl will txs f the icoiitity jmIiiioI kitv. nnd Iihv CHHAM AND SPINACH Sorp. llv-m- , 1 Fined . Famous Stago Boautlet. otmcru iiii,r oik and a In r pounds uppl. Mini Uo Juloo of '"i ItonpttiK tw i UthlespnonfuH li.iixn lowderol Bvlnt'nfi on etlpful wxt r. ' f.JW ,ir,l f , uii.rlnst. Dissolve In water over the flr iunl put U utine SI cm ' 11 (. 1 and tvaih them nk In isVd wtitor two liouns. then wash nnd wrape nffnUi. Split 00 h ee s llillf lotntlliwlsn atl tl- th- srirately In plive of dliens.vhtlh. PI ir in 11 deop aAucrpnu, envr wilth lwllhi, wnt r, add one tab! "iM.onful of s'. ui ' nrc tend iitmtncr lnwly until tinilMMilil.v fibiMlt four hones. ThIv from the liquor und set ottVl.- - un'll o' 1. remove the iiniiie. in two iiwi of UtlrU stir well one tiiMwaiontiil lemon Juice, te.ispoonfiil si,t tiib'wpoonful finely hopii I pnrsli y ninl a dash oftohovto sauee It ir pt lint lumovml U10 flotlvs from th- feet .hrilHi ouch piece with jro-s-l ollv oil uivl dust llshtly with e40.ll and 111 - Scrape the fet ft t'.i-'i- u I Hi ."?JW. ijjiit.niL- CASTORIA - -- r- For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! mm a":: AI.( 011(11, .' AcgCiah!o Pri'p.irj' ;,i f slmi!.ili!i!iliori!.lJi:ilIfi'ub jpiu iiiiilioSin.iMii,iaivJitr :i Bears the er-in- one-ha- lf oivc-lMt- lf . tossgrtsi :t 0iimu.Mi).i:huci',i)ri,i!i.,fu ness nnd Ibsi aTuumli i iu-- or. Signature of Promotes Di'it'slti'K '!" f t! ot Narcotic S..-Jr AV Use Mr. and Mrd. Homer Martin tlsltel tho Luti r'.s parents from Saturday unoffcii.se. itvl iist of usult. til Sunday. . Sue It hhall ho tlvu fluty of Mr. Charlie King and wife the tsltoJ te,'u..hirs to U'port jiro,iupHy imid leKUlar-l- y iclatlvc.s ut ilaittoid from Saturil.iy un to the hUlwUstliWt tiu.stci.s or iUi"r til Sunday. local offlcciw ami to the Coun ty Hoard of IMucutiun throiwh the (coun ty huperlnti'tnlent of siihooUs, tlio luune.s of all Kii.trtllcuui4i'tlvr per- Constipation, Neglected, sons who tall to muvply the Serious Illness of this jict. It talnill then ho Causes Uic duty of fill. I trustee to Constipation, if neglected, leads almost innumerable complicairtliir louil mIihoI of fleets, iuuI nald tions affecting the general health. ir t'junty lio.uil of lOiliiciution through the Many cases of typhoid fever, u,rierhiteiidciil f h.'hoobi to ;lie "mi! appendicitis a n cl tviitten notice to tho .Uintx, ijuaivllans other severe dispoi.son.s liiivhii,' umtiol or cus-oi- y in otln-eases are trace..J smh itlilUl ithat the iittendaneo able to prolonged clogging of the i.f hiuih Jilld Is reipilivHl, and Jf hucIi bowels. Regard-- t jLiiuii. '.lutiillati or other lierson having h e effects o I i.ntrol or mu rvlslon of miuIi ,ohIld doui C. constipation It. Ayers, 6 Sabin no' i..nply immoillately wjth tlio jirovls-i'ttu- Motitpelier, t, then n.ild Biibill.sUl.t ft tlL Vt., says: Iiujik or othei loiul offU;er.s, iiml Kald irvMZSwF.mm "I was allllcted tvttli coustlputioii JloarJ of IMue.itliin .shall .prikceisl against and biliousness for Bii. h ol.lld u.s ii ilelliniiiiut oliilld, nnl years, nml ut times Incline so bad I iuh jKirenta, or ot'i-t- r would hecoine unconscious. I have uen having 4h.' custmly, iMintrol found In that condition many times. Physicians did not seem to be able to or MiiiurvUlon of Nidi ohlld lur violation do mo nny ttood. I would become weak and for days nt a time could do of tills tuit for (vitrllmtiii to the no work. Not lone no j;ot a box ol nuoIi tlilbl. of Dr. Miles' UiMitlve Tablets, nml after using thm found I had never Kit 6. Thu County Couits of tho tritil anything that acted In such a jutiji,tl-iof Oio Coiumiilw4-ultI bullet o mild und effective manner. I hate ut last found the remedy that h all 1ij.no tiNuluslvo Jurisdiction of all uultH my case." i.us.s iAmJilK within tlio !Uniin and Thousands of people arc sufferers yf tlil iut, und any flnns or from habitual constipation and .e!i.iltu-j- i in,, y j,u rccoit-rHl.y rule or in while possibly realizing .something an watr'wiluJi a Court of llipilty may of the danger of this condition, yet neglect too long to employ proper inforK. onlciw or ilijurei-curative measures until .serious ill' tlAHtJiolt, a ,uly ilttintixl ness often testtlts, The advice of t 4jr the of hlr'.h all physicians is, "keep your bowels iidfil-viiclean," and it's good advice. n, oertlflttl i opy iiniKr oath ii Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets arc ru I In tliu tuull llilile, or ouli-- t sold by all druggists, at 25 a r.S'i ib rvuoitt ahoitlni; thtf ilaU. box containing .'5 dosc. cents If not d p- -i uf hlitJi of Mini i i hUil hIu'I he found satisfactory, your money is proof of ,io. li, mm,, WIl., returned. loi.iim .' mi- ivcoifl a. liuikJiibuforu pro. MILES MCDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ef-irhoh-tiit- mntrol or mipciviejeti il" of nny child, or children of .seven nnd itwuluo yeans, Inclusive Hindi iup siKdi fltllil or I'lAHron to be tnrol'l In und lo attend onn .piiMV r ilny or jiirohc'ul wJiool rpiinluily n for tli" full common mImm-- or irnulril school term In each jvnr In tlio lornmon school district of the county ;n viliiith fiiih t It'll or children iivo live Proililod. how-tve- r. In IJ.ls Commonwealth. 1" Uirut thl.s act Jmll mf uply slnn- - J,ho chllil lui lieon or nj sise tfniz taiiKht at homo In stioh IminL'ii-.- i. it nn Uiuht In tlio ipulillo ii!ioo1 of tlni.' iiml MUliJo't for a like 'anilnatlon n.s mther o the S.UHO in th'e ulUtrlct In .whluh .siu-I- i n rcsibhr-imil for the .pnrpoio of whether mr not tiny Hilhl i mhrncMl within this exemption tho Conn ty Court niuy order .such e.hllil to nbmlt to an crimination to he ulivn by the eouii iy MijHirlntemlent of school. I'iiivM'iI. furt.lir, thnt this weetlon shall not apply to any ihllil who Jh ecueil ly tho I'ounty llmnl of IMnciition, upon If !" tho liW flionn to the t ittsf.uAlon of oiint sui"rlntcnilent of scIiimN th't mh i hlM la not In proper jnhylcal or munitiil conilltlim to itteml school. 2. Any pirent, Si iinnlliin, or other pnwn hnvltiR the n'listmlj, fnntrol or .iftrvl-.loof liny chllil oinhnicMl.wltli-'- n tu i ivlslnns of tht-- " act, who with of l'u In :i to "vaile .the jiroilslims .si til niiiUe a false .stiitmu'lit ''oh a n the use of xurh elillil or tho ciiuir - k li ihllil him .itten,iled t im ii ali;ill t iumI snll'y or mli leniaiinor, ninvliitlnii thereof may li .ml u ii'i il ' it sum not exc'ilins fifty ilol i ir- j Inipilsniiiii. tit In lies cointy vi HUiiK- - thlity da)1', or Imtli .ill ii lin-- l ami Imprl.soneil at thu rctlim "f thu court. Any iiMviit, KU.iitllau or iotlnr person ;. iviiVrs" the custody, foritrol or .siipcnli--ii- ii any uhllil (iiiln.icnil wjthhi tl)l.s act who shall he iirn cvidivl ii'.'alnst timlur th s t.it, may prove In lef. use he Is to compul the chllil unilir ,hls control tu attend, ami he m iy tli"reiinm lie lb otkiiI fioiu ll.ilillity. nnd mich ulilld hall he jiritiuml l ciaalnst n.s a ili llrmutnt elillil mvlir tho ht itutiM la s niailei.in.il protldul. i hiith .S' c. J. Any parent, Kiiarill.ui or oili er 7ron f.illlns to comply with tho pr3. visions ..r thl.s ii,(it mIulII loifolt tu the use of the schools within thu district In tvluih soihc Uilld Ihcs a miiiii not loai than I'.ie dolLu.s it.". ill) nor moio than twint doll.iKs (j'JOmi; fur Uio flr.st of-- f' nst nor le .ih.in ten ilolhii's nor more than J'fty doll.us for. tlio wmnil iuuI y in-- , the-- custody, Wwn opemtiMl hy olettriclty. Tht?re ure L'viu okotrlc motors operU-iiYork 'ty. Jn tho Hotel Alitor. X-.Atixtriii-ltuneiii- uln ouD-lMi- lf one-ha- lf tuiyoonrul of silt nnl y l loMWItv? Iiytlro-olrctti- e pliitit.s, ( to cost tnoro tli m I rom-UMi- It tins ilrc-c In 17-'- tltit Hen el'ctrlolty from the a kite and rttitw A clilhl'K rocklirj cliulr louil l ttl.h hy ati inee:"-Lilnl- l1 electric motor has been potential by i Neve York timn. ivlmr The electric motor for tli one will take DMio stltctte ceut'.s worth of current. A little electric buff in 4 motor Is now used for iKillshlnu NiAvcr and oilier hrlir! t work ulHiut the hou. Tln.i electric refrlueiMthm in suitable for eonnecitlmi to the ordinary household totrUetutor, ure now on the market. Dos Moines .has one of the host .stivu lUhtlnu .ssti:ns In lt buslne.s.s district of any city. Thole nr1 In use, mull .iiilppel about i iiuxulcsi'unt with five l'W candle-powe- r lamps. A wlniless telephone outfit of fift.t mlels radius, wlilth onn l.e mrrled In a suit case mid neculs hut conm-utlowith in electric lluht ockct to make It effective, has been Ji.itentoil b a uuiu mi-ahl- Ir orni-ment'- il -- liill-foinla- n -- Drives off a Terror. The chief executioner of death In th wlnur and sprhm- - months u pneunionli Its advance tu; nts are colds and rlp. In any attack by one of these maladies no tlinu .should be Just In takln? the best to dilve It off. modlolno ohtulnablo Countless tlioiimiiids Jiatefoujul this o d be Dr. Kimj'.s New Discovery. "Jly s bollovis It has kept him from pneumonia thteo or four times," writes Mis. Oeorse W. Place, for couhs,co!ds'nnil cioup we h.ito net or found Its tiiuil." Ouariin l'ri-teed for all luonclii.il nff ctions. ') cts. and l.w. Trill bo'.tlo free at all drugslsts. m ln-1nTtawson-vllle,Vt.,"an- d e " i i' li -- EASTVIEW. June II. 1'arniers ire sttlns .lions very well with their ttoik, but iiouilltu I'mps am suffering In thb rain '.'iiiiiniiiiill) tor want of lain. Aunt llettle l.uKe who tell and hurt her.sclf Is Ketthiu .ilom; as well iismuld be iv ep.?cted. James ilr.s. J,irl l'ark visited Mr.. Stewart Wednesday ufteiiiin.n. if Miltspoonfiri of iMipor 'or i'l l yinjA; citpfiil" Milmifli, toJ'-ta, the pieces, lvdl over a lmr fire for ls . tre'-pint milk, 0110 bnf, blade of ma- . mlimtcs. Tnin.fir to 11 Iwitt plattrr in! W.I7I .t. - , sprond with the pronired butter. T'if.ilt, three Ht ro butter, one cupful whlpiiid plus' foot may he prewinsl a la - MJtlCtml'rtS'.tiC' f.ntli flour, before needed. tabknsoonfiiJs ureiini, sensonlni; of salt, peppir and cayenne. Apcrfjci Remefly forCirasciij kkmon MiiitiNiiri: pii: Wash ."plnaeli nri'fully und cook It Hon. Sour orlusX,o:l',:olls.i''.'rla Thr4eiiiartn-- cup of manulated 4111,11, In the wuttr for thrlty minutes. lf enp of water, one ir t ness aivILoss or:LLi:r. selte, scald milk with the 'a0J.tl of butter, tin' lie itell olks of irarllc, biy leaf and mice, add buttei FacSU tic Sinnrurif n one wm mth pin hofalt. t'i iihI flour ciioki d together, mid sixisnt. two Juice and a little of tlio firated j r of mKtiirc; 100k Iui?s and spinach NEW YORK. (.iatulsh reus.r : with lemon. Put Into a porcelain snu-pi- u und stive. and when beulnnlnjr to boll add one t.v whlppul eretiin. ESc2 In dbwolvisl hloiooii of cornstarch HAKINli POWtJlIi: ISISCWIT. cup of rich 01 mm imllk wid PakltiK rowih r biscuits 4ire nium Ml Mm tj$j3SiT Ouaranlccit uniWrtheTowa not do.) ami 100k 4'arefull.t for a mlniit. bnilnuti.s better If tuKcd about until thick, then tnkefioui the fire stir fore they ale put In the oven. Exact Copy of Wrapper. mi ciotiua onio. m om cin l'or the merliiKUe boll of HOIt.Si:UADISlI sacci:. a cup of Kr.inu'.ited stiKtir and mie-- i'f To u little simur In soui' cream lent-e- n cliji of water until teiy thick. Dun col I stiff add tlncK.ir and raked water on a lar-plattir, nnd without little of ivuili. I xe-- wiping, put Jut' iiimu it the whlti.s of two for salmon or Jiiatkeinl. i' wits, and, with a fl.it k healir, 1HUSS ISAKIH) IN TOMATOES. until llitlit und dry; then add em. fu'lj tlio dl-- h Tor lan;o to- bollh'x tliN offiotlte t riiji.l'4itiiw t'j'l the thu-'- . will GUARANTEE yon a position If you rn itoe.s aru iidtls.-- for a few minutes. JIatetho crust lining' and small us real soon Wo noocl ninny inoro w nt onco to supply tlio enormous demand tonutoes In hilies, a pie plate aliondy baked, add the m able. Cut lam" for our KTiiiluntofl. As boon ns wo not tho required remote-- tlie center, number of students this oiler will bo wlthdruwu. So and Juli . filling, lay on this the mrl!uue, sprluklo wrlto us onco tor particulars. Sprinkle Into a lltt iiich ihollow thickly with sumii and r sii.-asalt, uid peppir, pnptlka lo a wni m oven for from flte to tm nil it I trunk one wk Into a cup,- - carufu". utous. The risult will - a beautiful i pour It Into the hollow toiuito, will. '1 f i.f .ivemxe tills nuthod will .i i n uscl .should be plmiiil on 11 tho labor and liarmw Inn, ond thit It r . 1JUSINESS 4tTLn COLLEOK ov.n, ami conk tin. 'I suits In a sevil led otlitrwise hufissiii' , Plnco In a hot ! ouroi OKU. tV. MCIItVAHTX the whllt.s ale sit, ba.stini; every t to obtain esopt during years nf In msrii-Al- . r.HTAIII.IHIlr.tl 1HI1I IOU'ISVIMi:. KY. itf .l.u'- - 'rainfall. mnutes wtli 41 little to li mow. In piefir.-neb fore sertlni; sofitt itr. Jun lecoinmend the use of a 11.11 k w'n over null some fhn.Iy olwippMl jiarsl j,wIU .settle the freshly plowed ,i mn I THE no uimuioea 1110 111x0 ne servcu mi puherlxo tlio turner clods, b it it i BurVtye s "ru'l ol I (? ' Northern Rrotra SEVVINC rounds of buttered toast. stuface not sulijett to plow In,- l.i vt Iv.liir. d Sis'dt tit. 1 rr .iittti.. ol .v years OB MACHINE sum.- - .tul vrd ctowiiik bcliiiid thcra. Il pays 1st SALMON S.U.AD. i'iirmer. flint i'ie OF SfijfcoriaMc Sisrciilties i'rte a inn of .salmon from Wn QUALITY. uovi:i:n.mi:nt whitiavami MliA.NS oil. and huiiLS off the tind drain . . (isRiittitl Tar'iest R'd al. , w Mi I tlr.i Slnko one peck of qiilek llm jrl) . . JlJSlluslicI Dunk Into odd .sist.il fkikes und nils (irecu To--I MruiKli'M Jj 70 Kusliel j as win with 'tho Mini a amount of telery, Jmlf bollim; tnittr, tyjtelltu; tlosi-li dwell s Imii Kiilnry Wax Jl to Hudiel NOT Dnis New White Wax . . $4 , Umbel It s n ns the water Is stipi4li.il. Vt h me&U, anil a cup of broken nut Curne'a Kuit Proof Wax . j( jo llushcl SOLO of P12AS thotouslily s'.uknl, stiiilu and add oil" gallon few .sllctnl olives, CJiIll UNDER Txtra I'.tily Altsia . . . f ) so Pujlirl New I atly (.radiis ANY 5t to Itushel luitux, salt illssulit,il In hot wator.two pniiiuls if md s.ite on crisp lett'ieo llorsfoid s Market Cirilen . t to Itudiel quiiitir of 11 pound of Si li OTHER PuitlK-e'with a sjjionuftii of majonlxse on top LIshliilnK I.ipresi j.tooUushcl v wliltnliif,-,- a NAME. half jMiiiiul of il'xin uln.. Lelluce, Radiih, Tomato nml a full line ol jf cmcIi injitlon. SciiU, Plants .md Uultn at lour it K'oin; prlts. illssnlied in warm water. Thoioiuhly h'nd (oriimiletecatilocue or submit a list of QUICK HASH. ' yuiir iispiltemriits. ind wili quote ptirr. ml these lnnrodleu,t.s, cover nnd 'e' WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. e .Money. iiuyiiire irom inerjrow roast beef or v.il the mixture .set fur a few Cut tender ciM rite Mention this paper. das to rl. If you purchase the N I :V HOME you will into dice; iut ivtr the file In cold pun. it may be nude thin enough to have a life assi tat the price you uy, and will ov r water to not have nil endless chain of reimlrs. till: add for .ti.-on with (i siuay inimpi In I'M Bsckbce St., RKlfJ Sere Fsnti. Rxlfors.a two cupfi.ls nt meat one case Kite two or even thre- - coits, Quality mince! onions ami a iilnu'i otf one after another, as y as drj, uiluut"-s- , eeliiy stsii. Cook twenty coop, fence and wood tnauh net, Considered seas-ok.1 with salt, I p,Plcr and butter should iteeito tho spray on all sides. it is. the - nr.u y md thicken tinwith mi- - h i;iwi:ATin:ii-Pi:oo- r whitewash. liiK teaspouiiful of flour wet with a Cheapest S prumptl utulnKt la To a half bucketful of unslacked lime nil ur r.M Ira. W t obtAtn PATENTS little cold water. in the end THAT , PAifUrvnlHtneniitioruuttlil, ml our I add two .Ivindfuks of commiju Kilt, an ei.oi)i4-- miaTieti Jou to suixou. isnowN i;i:i:ad. twalieoilrl. Uolu or kitU tor rarr rnnrt soft soaji at the rate if 1 lsiund to 1". to buy. on .it,nuuiltr, t) rnone K!iHuns of the wash. flo'ir. Thice cups of Kia'iam sun. this H'owly, If you want a sewlm; 111. ichliie, write for IkNi on one-hacup stlnlrm' It nil tho time. When finished half cup white flour. I fet.its writ, to our latest catalogue lieforo you purchase. New Oi leans molasses, one cup sour this will Sovonth make about two bueketsftil Tha New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass.' milk, one cup swiet milk, one round-I- n wl'l of very rolhc?stu tvush, whluh teaspoon cup nut bo afftctisl .by rain. soda. Add one teasoeded ralslu.s If desired, one spoon salt. pan In a iiaku ,ln .s.iiiiio Could Shout for Joy. slow ovtn 0110 and one.quarter h mi. you fiom tho bot"I want to Two iiiuits eoUl water, one one Kiy one t04i.sH)onful don-irillc- tec Stonucli-l'l.ir.-irw- i s h 11 oiie-lm- 1 w For Over Thirty Years m 11 . 111 111 ! I J9 .three-iiiart.'r- .s h . e 11 b-- POSITIONS GUARANTEED l'-i- ius . WE 11 s-- ed I h- ti-- zM 7l f'-- muDiBHMHBMHanianBBHa 1 1 1 NEW SEEDS nti-i-- N-- t, N-- w 11 nn-ls- HOME .... s v 1 ers.t H. W. BUCKBEE J'.t-er- zJM 1 3 1 bb?1 TRADC-MARKCulliiti-lr.- lf ,.!. i"i?S "wjniiso run trt. sew way fro i'uy niti:.D. thank is pipRx I St., wrjm ualn: J..rn. 1 i ii l . is-- " Jiri, ri , .:. J - plenty of baon fat In jour frjlns let It ut teiy hot, then cut the rather thin and fry iU'.t.kl,v. lb best MCI ltd at once. SPONUi: CAK,i: (KNni.LSH.) ont-ha-lf lioll pound of loif su i:ur ami a mint half cup of wator mill It forms u thick lrup. let cool u link ind pour this Into flto bcattn ckh, jiiK we'J and continue bcutliiK for u few mlnutos. Orate the iiml of one lemon ,ind 111K me font th teaspouiiful of cui'hoiintc of si, (a with J.alf pomiil of fluur, and ntlr th se lightly to the otlur lnvredli-uUi- ; tlien add thu lemon Julue r.ud when all Is tlioiuui;li Iy mixes! pour Into a buttued mold and hako In a rutin.!' quick oten for utmut a. f hour. ci:i:ami:d pi:ppi:i:y cahdac-i- : Doll u cabbajco In two w.itcr.s,iluihi aud chop flue, lluttcr u bakliu; ilUh, put In a lajcr of nuhbaKc, sprinkle .with onion and iVjiuni juice, cover wlUiulijer which luu boon hij.shu si of cream with salt and united iopper.s, .Spiinklo the Kjatcd ehecHuon thu Kiutc, Add nunc iiilib.iyo and moru till thu ills:. Is full. Then cover wllli crumbs, dot tip h butter und bake, tovciinl, for thlit) Itcniutu tho lovcr.brown und siuu In the bakliiK dish. DANDIII.ION WINi:. uuttlni; the Pick Just tho blovioms, .stums otf close to the flower.or thown,e wltl bo bitter. Put a gallon of the ,V..s. sums In u kettle with n gallon of wat 1. I Ait It !t.iinl thu'u las, uild tjiu ye.llow rludi of tluve leiugns uul tlite; yiun s. Put pan, bread bread St-il.r inlii-uti-- tom of my heart," wrote C. 1!. Kader. ot W. Vu., "for the wonderful double benefit I ot fumi Electric- - Hitters In curlnj,' mo of J.oth a set ere cafe of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, from which I had been an almost helpless sufferer for ten ycais. It suited my cuo as thouKh mado Juat for me." Par dyspepsUi, Indlffastlon, Jaundice, and tho nystem of kidney olsons tint causo rheumatism, Electile Hitters have no equal. Try them. Every bottle ' Kiiarauteed to sa.tlsfy. Only So cent at m all druslsU. to-ri- BUCKBEE'S BULBS ' BULBS SUaEEOI I lBtk.BnriU 1H.Ho4IUl KakilbouIu. 8M4r.CrtiB.lblMiadoaft. KkwlMu. ItarwU Tnllp, ftrnk Tutlp, rfiMU ib Tullt. OiklU. rrtacb. 2utih ttwyw, fMII B4H r r tm hvlld w 1UIm.l A 1 trial will make you & Dcrmanrnt tamer. U&tLMfaptIonarajriLntHtd nrvnur " money refunded. ' A......ala fAllAilAMt3nirfMnulTMlatiUk. ZT3KmumZZffiif!rGvtB HtuikUi. ruku ii.a. ' Md ESPECIAL OFFER- - ru. I nrlloct Save Monev and Keen ia "-- "Style by Reading McCdl Magazine and Uaing McCall PatUru ! llti.tt.. ul tlLUJUlTEEDTOILKAH: Mention this Pantr Write to-d- tn taflk. lit. rrUh it.ir.ii Iimiu Hn.u mscaus hacazih: Vtl(t.Ji 1 tMnt(KUc4rklnfffti4 fMalt lM lyU tkotLjm Uulb k4 lltkt Itxk. TU4 til . UMtlf 1 Ul tht -7 ftriaiiaa i c m, jjjmh mu riui. fBiuuouB.flucMMM boiitu ilnuonatmorftuon r oaarg mwt l B1M !. l pnjl4i.IB 1 hi is SEISL 30 u kp4 iiuipsiuu, ui CBMS tbM J irw i TJiero Is 111010 Catarrh in this section of tho eountiy .than all other dlsoa"S put together, ami until the alst few years was supiMjsoil to bo incurable, l'or a Snut many yoar.s doctoivs pionounctNl It u. muni uisvasv uiui I'lusciiiieu ioc.il ieiii edlus, and by yonstiinily fallluif to euro with hic.il ticatinent, pronounced It Since liau piovin tutairh to bo a constitutional treatment. Halls k Cure, muiiufacturtd hy 1", J. Clieii- ey & Co., Toledo, Olllo, U tho only con- euro on tho nuiiket. it Is ' tuken Intcinally Jn dose I10111 10 drops to a tcasioonful, It acta illnitly on tlio Jjlmul nnd mucous uuifuced of tho Hy I tern. Tlieyoffer 0110 bundled dollars for any case it Cillu to cuio. Send for elr-- . I eul.iiN and testimonials. AiHre: V, J. CHENEY & CO., Tole-- 1 do. Ohio, J Hold by all driiKiftsts, "So. IHlLi for COIullpa- T'ako Hall's, , ion r Ci-tan.- D4UfMilr (. ibu vtv iinm fumi. 1U Uf Loot.. ISfflBUCUIBST." in, b, nuiunra BgcKroKO, lit. rklMl Lti:tt1o M y you imsied on, tlio I'lli'St f:ihloliS III rhitbei mid h.us. W N ir I jsliinii DcsIl'IH ill IMI'll litlll). Abo talin'olo Itiforimitleii 011 nil hoiini und per- :ul 111 I n. (July U a year free pattern. Hiib-- t r e today or sonJ m lieOMiuulocuny, V"1 McCall Pall.ro, .ulu in ,.! moii to make In your mill - in. w Hi v i,'r it. m.14 il.iihinl,ir sour- ill and br.isj.n viuiti will lo putfm t In . j. nob j.ierttiBBli "'Its end lor fri I TCju i wt Will Cot To., Fine rrnyvlt fur rotllne f nulls' '; ripu ms uiiioiu 'aiur irin uli 11. :.. .,1...- forrreo I'll nn,. 111 i,,iT fui'iili .. ,.it i,iivr. lilt IVfJi. OKI-.V.2:3 U249 Wj 37li S, NW YOU McCas'sMsiaslstsilll h"li you ilrest at n nmilnraio expuutohy kueplnit styl-ulil- y VT'Tr uiJid, I I M' i::."wnr reliability nearly 40 years, ho I, , ,;carir It every city and town In the United blJtm ani wiwij, ur ujr man uircci. wore o!J Hun any other nuke. Send lur lieu catalogue. McCALL'S MAGAZINE More Jubjcriberi than any otliei fashloa niagatine million a month. Intaluablr. I at. Bf ctt styles, pattirm, dresniiall..', nilllinerr. J plain tcwini;, fancy neeillewoik,iuIrdreslni" etiquette, tood stories, itc. Only W cents s year (worth dnulile), iricluilintr a trie pattern, bubicribe today, or send lor sample copy. MrONBCBfUL INBUCEMENTS to Agents. I'ostal brings premium cattWue t and new cash prise oilers, AUUress IH McCiU W. Mto WW.ntbH. NfW V9W NSt7 VT,NS , . AiIW 4ttS$S I WG WWm ":;; , .- TS vVSM4eK OVER 08 YEARS' EXPERIENCE - AfJ , I BJ BflBJBJBjBjjsHBjBjHBjS fli-Bln- i Trade Marks Copyrights Ac " r,. wiiu iiuacripiion nni.'Li. su ,.?,,' ' VVr 'l"iiiiu fro wliotliornisy u.Jii.1 .. 1 ,,r,1,i,il,r IHiloiilul.lo. HANDBOOK url'stsula 'li':,,IWc," pin mm fnrT,tvrwTutuuuu. -- .1 V. ilJ.!.1 Ij'rrtil witltt, mihoui cbarKe. la tSo Scientific VuiISV...?rt-ISe- uny ocltiiii uo luiirimV. . "'""'I we.kly. Jlmtim. Tamest 'rerriis """ S3 .'V a MUNN & Co.38'B'"-- New York 1W u Insure the Growing Crop Against Damage by 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- 4 bacco. Protect yourself against this unforeseen and unpreventa-bl- e hazard. We are authorized by the State Insurance Department to issue Tobacco Hail Policies. OttoCMartin The Insurance Man, Hartford, Ky. Office Opposite Court House. i .,( K f (Vet Under), thtrwo if. Ml i:. 21 II Chain" with wild Mom-lelino lo a hickory, tho game ln tlio V'. T, Ashby comer Te..iquid, ,rd tkf d.''lcd Jooils in the nlimcntnry canal pasil Ihroudh tic PROFESSORS ARE LOW nlso; thineo N. :o n. n.Ti chains tn n lnl J.he. b,ood' Thi P'octm is colled abtnrptlen and taken place Zua i stone lit li. C. Miulduv H. i:. Corner, ,ra?" ,n,e",,e' After nbsorption the blood carries the food fu !L .r?mi. thcn,co H. xx 1.2 y j.o (.linJnn Ihroudn the body, and each cell takes from he blood the lood It needs. A ptire with ftlycenc Negro Comedian Makes More nald MiuMox lino to the beiflnnlnK con. seal and extract made from bloodroot, mandrake, Mone, queen's root and golden sold by talnlnK 4(S1 arrm, conveyed ito Mary A. Uolden Medical druists for the past forty years under the name of Dr. Pierce Discovery, jjives uniformly excellent results a tonic to help Money Than College Anderson and V, I. Anderson ne omilation of the food and in the Absorption by the in hus- blood of the food ? requires, ... .. . Eradicate the nntnm mm i, m...i ...:.i. .i i. band) by J u. Maddov, recunteil In the which docs not shrink the white Hood corpuscles, because containing Tutors. no alcohol or Ohio County Cl rk'n office, chy-- book N ciner injurious, ingredients. Thus the body can bo built 31, Jiaco a;u. Alsxi another trut't of laml up itronc to resist disease. This is a Ionic taken from lyinK in Ohio Ueunty, Kentucky Notukc s garden that buildf up those weakened by disease. and Tho of mkirb-rnriRo tlio for Dr Pcrce, founder of the Invalids' Hotel at Buffalo, boundi il n follows: lUKlnnlrvK nt atono ft heads iinil foeulth of statn In ithe Hartford N.Y., has received many letters limilar lo Uie following W m & llockport roiul, Bil(l Institution of hlghor )irnlng In !n. Fnnn II. Munko, of Pnnullse, N. S., writes: I take (rrcat corner to J. i:. and Verda Madilox land, I plcajureinwrltlnryoufts u rnoinls'my IU cine. In heptcm- this country Is gvhn In n biitleitln Isrunning south 1 decree, W. 5.SI chains ' ""y tekrn wl1;h T""'""'' 'Vurr. which put me in adrca .ir..i 'uFt sued ,liy Uie UjiKcd Stnt nrrvoui ad ureati of to n Mono In MfUtm. ' I had tni-- most cverythmR I could hvu. rtdutcd to antra said jiubllc road J. nothinir ny cocxl until, at ust, I wss n.lvisc.1 lo try Dr. KWes Golden Jledlcs? iducatlon. C. Duvall'slJ,scovcry. nnd I'leasant ornir; thence N. Ki dtvsreon which I dl. Iteforc I hid uoVo According to this atiUiorlty one can a T"01 '"H'rwcmcnt nnd when I hiul ueeel this treatment iiJ Lr.KW .S1"? "n,y n5w.vfa, "f V'."i eh'dns'toa stone In Hnrve lirowna sec-- Hint J!rt J l'ellct,' 1 returned bi WJlllatiiK, tl.o line, being J. c. Uuall'B corner; thenco this wonderful medicine. I advise all tuuerers to write tu Dr H. ximedluii, can make n grmt dU more . V. F. R. Munbo. Esq. I'wrce, as ho cures when others fatt7' N. 8 d'WtcB V. 5DS chains to n tonn money than oven llio highest itn'O of Honey lirown'H line, being J. V. and In collrtc priHldttit.. Tin- paid head Vcnla Mnddox tonur; thenco .S. d ', 12. 2! of any institution of tills n.W Js the 61 chains to tin, contutnlns proJdtnt of tlio University of CaliforIS nres Jimro or loss, Concycd to Mary nia, who reccivtfl MS.MiO n nnd ft Anderson, by J. 12. Miwldox, deed hoiiK". The jmvvdmts of llllnolfl mil. day of nnd vrlty mid Cornell university tsiuh re- book No. Si jmujo 3fi8 recorded In deed and 370 In tho office ceive llu.OkO a ymr md house, while of tlio clerk of Ohio County Cqurt; nil th- president o the I'nhomlly of of which remains In my hand un4old;and gets Jtii.WO Minmwtu without it all of wJilch is held subjeot to a mortj;ijj Uous", licld by lleavrln & Wood,warU In tlw From t!i"c fgures the pTosdenU' um of V)(o. t.!nrl run down as low ix $2,inn. levied uron as the property of V. T,. Good Service. The Milurlett of Uie faculty members Anderson and Mary A. Anderson, his mgo from JM year for the leiit wife. MEETS Ial(l tutor to $G,(W0 a year for the T12UMS: Sale will be made on a credit best Jwtd full profesvir, both extremes of 3 mouths, bond with approved, securl y being touched nt Cornell. required, lxariwr Interest at tlio rate of The bureau of Oiientton'6 bulletin 6 per cent. annum from day of sale, show that the UnltcU States now ton. and having tho forco and effect of a InJtiH 1(0 x.aetly unUeiisltlc and sale bond. other Institutions of higher ' education Witness my hand, this 13th day of uJilrh de.p-n- d In considerable jn'fuuiro 1S12. on the state or federal government for June, ; Louisville $1.35 U T. H. BLACK, S. O. C their u,tt'oTt. .' 1.50 Courier-Journ- al Of tlioe, sixteen nr agricultural A sprained ankle may as a rule .be cured and colleges for ni'gnoos. In from three to four days by applying 1.75 and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at Pour of .tate aided Institution Chamberlain's Liniment and observing have more tluin 4iU members on their tho direction with each bottle. For 1.E0 and Home and ru.'u!U(h-naiJ- y, Uie University of sale by all dealers. m California, with a faculty of 421, I the 1.75 and University of Illinois, with CO, The Hunting Law. university. wlUi (re, und the y Louisville 3.50 The new hunting law went Into c,ffeet of WUcomJn, with tvc. on Wudneskiy slnpc which it Jias ibocn U3.50 uwensDoro There Is no real need of nnjone lIn nlawful to hunt without a lleense execpt troubled wltli constipation. ChiimlKraln' on your own premises, owjied or under Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 Tablets will cause an agreeable move, lease. The Liw alo a,rjlle to seining, ment of the bowe-l- without iuiy unpjeas-m- t trapping or dynamiting fish. Tho penalty 1.75 and effect. Gle them u trl.V. For sale is a fine or Imprisonment, or both,and by all dealers. New Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 a confiscation f the outfits en mrB.i jj, ( Uesldcnt hunters tlta,t have resided In 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly the state 12 montilus preceding, Dissatisfied with Prosperity. may obAn oVl (j)ltajh runs In IhLs j.l'Ii- - tain a license hy paying Jl.W. Weekly Ocean and $1.50 must pay $15. They are IsmkvI by lon: "I w.us ,wtiiitel ,to ,b betcounty ter, tiwk t.rk on jrqpor ajupllcaiUon and Oitrc 1 rim." the v.isid'ral jiart of the 11.0O,iC( who will fuuiLsli blanks for the purpose. The unen souson fur squirrels aaidoung vottm of the United St.htcis, thoiiRh lumllj a majority. are njiinrtrntly rabbits Is June 15. e All jiernins ihnntlng vj'jiout n renjly to cmsuie tin- - i.rt- - Uiat ready to bo eMbltud to all - in lssessIon, ueriiof the ' inent from 1W lintll the rreent any one dcinatxl'iig same, will bo Mib- llou-was fhietwl. Tluut wuk a period jcit to a fine of not hew tlun J10 nor more than -.. License are not oi hixtuin ycar.s, and the Any peron who hall imake to UranoJi in still What will Itejniblli-anto .say for them- an officer authorized to Lssue hunting selves M callefl on to deliver the Keys license, a f.llvj or change or to another jwty on Maxell I next? alter Ms license In any manner, shall bo ' It v.il t- -- somnlilnK lieter than was punished by a fine of not less than JO nor more than $JC, to whlcJi may be evr said before under urJi i. How Uie treasury Jal'. tit added a sentence in the county this moment? Jly tlio of the That Is going after them some. Ho ilial inoiuth, whloJi is a'l-the nd of tlio bettor pay one UMlo dollar and the a good law ab'dlng citiss-- n, fiscal year, the suijOus will he and at tlte same tlmo help to proUot the fish ami During the rivtem i birds. enrs all The law Is a.Uo ,very stringent In le- dollar were made as good as sold. ,tl!ie nv with Spain was foiwht gard to killing some birds. ind jiald for It is neeidlct jo no Into the details of the territorial expansion. Nor Is It required to gtvo FOR FLETCHER'S i long table, fnpruistsl In billions, of the general progress of the country, any jiouit the anmver It, tlio Te.tTl Railway Wages and Cost of Livihiniv. Husumva Is aoth-nil nloiiK the ing in the United States line, and the masses are steadily at good waves. What a conand Europe. trast with 1OT. It that year tho Ito. The Burenu of Hallway Economies has publican took hold, with promises to completed tike second of Its comparative 'improve tho situation In all rx'SjKicts. studies of railway conditions In tlio Uu They liave fulfilled the pledge moro Ittd Ktates and tho principal countries amply than was expected. Good times of Kurope. This i elates to tho wagvi way compankp, now ranges fropi fl.l'O on th basis of 25 daj service, I107.J3 wtro restored, and eo thoroughly that paid rnllnay cniploytn nnd tho costof liv- In switching eervlce to oor IJ.KiO in pas- a month, firemen, 463 M) a month; conthe building and completion of tho ing, and Is based on tho latent years for senger servioe, and of flrenien ifrwn ITM ductors, 3C9 a dny; fetation employes, Panama Canal became possible. This whlUt x from tl.78 to U.05 ;i day. In switching ecrvice to oer $17,00 In colliquative data aro available. link iKitweeu the ocins lookefl In Tlio ivvoingo d.ijHy cotmpens.iitlon of railservice. ,Tho rentaj of a tluree c,r four room lfiW Hko a dream uf tho rtlsUtnt fuway ejuployeos of all classed Jot tho year For Continental Europe official return houe or flat Is clmost as tygli in ture. If there must ho a tejnidiorary mo wars in the United Mates. .'.23; In requisite detail are not available far Berlin, Tarts, or London as throughout Hepuhltean valedictory whkli l.s Im- in tho United Kingdom, $1.03; excluding a later year than 1S0S. The salaries and the Unjtcd States, hut in England nnd probable It wlU bo a thrilling simplcmeiUary allowances negligibly uf. allowances of the typicjU eiiiimoman in on the Continent It ejnerally runs from of i&ivflt B)devemeiit. jGleibo tho average. It was in Prussia-IIi-hk- o Germany amounted for that yiax to thirty dollajs to ninety dollars a ycir St cents, and In Austria &9 cents. 1616 SS, In Austria to JSTO.U'O; of a fireman Icas. The quantity of lood and fuel oati. Tho lowest paid railway .miplojeo in tho In Germany ito ft!1.59, in Austria lo mated ,by tho Hoard of Trade of Kngland Sheriff's Sale. United States, tho ordliuuy trackman, 10 VX.03. The annual mompen&atlon of en as .the wtanduid con,sumPtlon of u typt- By Virtue f Execution No. 523 Book coIvas a gireator compensation than many glnemen on two of Oio principal railway cal worklngjivan's faintly cost In Ilia II, dhxutcd to me, which Issued from of tho railway cniploytvH of Franccoven of France ranged Jn 1H from JDOu.Cfl to Unltt .StaUis 17 per cent more than In the Clerk's Office of alio Oliio Circuit thiMo of higher grades and with responsl SKW.91, and of tlrtmen from 1324.21 Ho JT.9. Pramo or In Gwmanj ; 33.3 per cent moro Court, In favor of S. A. Anderson bio dutlea. The comjiensatlon of railway 9S. 'In Italy cnglnetnen rjcelid in l'Jlfc than In Belgium, and 38 per cent, moro against V, U Anderson nnd Mary A. employe Is from two to tiueo times salai-tuid nllowanoos Included, ran than In the United Kingdom. Andcron his wife, 1, or uio of my dep- ua high In the United States as in llfijy. A81.10 to IS12.70 a yar; flromtn, from It Is will within the truth to estimate uties, will, on Monday tlio 1st day of A rcovnt rfport of tho KnglUli lloaid $.130.30 to $175.03 a year. In thoso ContiIn a broad and emend ay that whllo July, 1U12, between tho hours of loVloJk of Trade on railway wages show that tho nental countrks (he maximum conenta-tlo- n the cost of Uviig of a lailway einnloyso p. m., and 4 o'clock p. m., at the Court avciugo Is locelved only utter many yaiw In tho qnltod weekly pay of t'luclnqimn in tho States la Mm tliun fif. House door In Hartford Ohio County, United Kingdom In 1907 wayi $11.17; of of service. ty pur cent higher tlian tliat of a g Ktntuiky expose to Public Kale, ito tho fin men, $6G7. In tho same year engine- employee In Uie UnlUd Kln. Tho average ojinual comp nsajtlon of hlglmst Udder, Uib following jiropeity men on Aimcric-uraUvvajs n.elvd an cnglmmen in tho L'nlttd stojteJ! In Iftte, dom or on tho Continent, His oompcu. (or ho much themof us anay be neoas.iry aerago weekly voiiueiufiitlon of JJTi.V Batlon avertij;( on un estimated ImjJs of S" da twttxi tub groat. to satisfy I'lalntlffs debt, lattrist and counting lx i1m to tho week, and flii-iiu'- u was ll.sai; of flrenivn, 79i In tliln ccxsU), $H.2I. Itecent rctmn.s niuko it clear country the .rate of ceonmeriAatkin to Foils a Foul Plot. . ,j , . hiluntng at a stone at the sllo that In 1912 englnomcn and fJrcmi In thCMi tmplayocg (dor not depond on When" o Aliumoitil plot ' exist between of tho Hurtford & ILocKport Hood, lielng tho United States uio roiniiisnied ' at length of etrvlacv iWWr arfdj to tnuco Ulstiss re-'D. C. MiuUox'ti S. W. Cnier, ulj( rates of pay for specific- - runp that urn In Belgium tnglnemcn refcilved 4n Un ldu M bowUs Br. KJnlfa NewbyI.lfu" del 'tBKd thence with the meannlerliigH of tho two, tlirco ond fwir tmlis as high na from to a month: Tlrt'iMn. lMWAnil krid tu'cirnlLflKe'Vf oui Btk'tem. said road as follows: S. 4 V. 5.MChaIn; tho Kites on riipuvenUi.tiu iiom ii.J7 to IJ.10 a inoiith; tondu.'-toj- ! TirVU'eielvVViiupervsrl(Jht uctlon hi thenn-S. 2 W. 4.57 Chains; thtneo . S. IliwlWi ralivwi. Tim uiutuul comiH.-nsaand station riniiloyvi, fxrtm TO teirts ,16 fctoidAuf. Wer'ii'hVfbow'iis, und restoro " 17 W. (CU Ciatn.s; themw S 12 W. tlon of ,englnwnen in tho .Utdted States, W'ctint . a iliay. In tho Unltud . In yii'tfPMi&i M"jld oil L'ood feclln,,-21o at 3S Clialim to a Btone In C. 1 Mitocley's aa rejiortod by t,wo rcpi esni)tat. e mil. ' the I, tonic ytar 11W, viiln..mui uvi.uifwJ. ull Mrutfiiii'i m SAURIES OF COLLEGE HOW BLOOD IS MADE. "I" thr d s ruw'. - nr I Jrf. l'lsnt let jnr - JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Liverymari Centertown, TRANSFER - Kentucky. Prompt Attention and ALL TRAINS, pr OUR CLUBBING RATES. th-v-- Co--ri- "ll Unl-verit- s Herald The Republican and The Republican and The Reptblican Farm The Republican Inquirer The Republican Daily Herald The Republican and The .republican ana JJauy inquirer The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican Idea The Republican and Enquirer The Republican Inter Farmer The Republican and Twice-a-WeekOwensb- milon, V Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. ion--roll- iicf-ns- e e trun-ferabl- e. s eie YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads clrcum-atancM- Moteheads Envelopes Cards Statements Children Cry CASTORI A : And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican 5 Job Department. : : ju"-stnge- w uorru-ondln- air-vh- e, otr t: at wrro-HHindln- tM '.' ....... L . . had been ent by tlcn. IVnxent Je mako ROUND-UOF WEEK'S P n folnt on Memphis for .tlio purpose of protecting 111 movement Into TonncNEWS AT BEAVER DAM lateral (ireordHig to law nt the PoKtolfi poc near NasJivllle. The Kinder of Hie mutter ot ths second flog JaM Jie rtford, Ky.. iw m Ind lcen iprewntcd rwltli the fins by the Colonel of tlio regiment reijitiircel it. On. Tyler ininicidl-atel- y Popular Young Couple Marrie- dC. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER that sent the flag to Oen. N. H. I'orrc't EDITORS Commander-in-Chieof the Sons of Vet- f Many Visitors Are Being HAMEY E. DUKE, d. NEY FOSTER iT.iiito be placed In the museum of fthat PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Entertained. body In Memphis. Hartford Republican. GREATER ANDGRANDER THAN EVER ? Great Hopkins County Fair Great Henderson County Fair HENDERSON o July MADISONVILLE 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 July 30, 31, August 1, 2, 3 AHrm M communtcAtioM fea Hrttord Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Babse-ribfr- s to Is v.'.ltlnjr CENTERTOWN. Mr. Poster Ioulsvllle. her son, McKenmiy, of this pla.-lr. McKJsnney, of e. Mr. Iiurn Crow dor, o.f Horc llrnnr'i, desiring the paper ornt to n new ls hwe vlsltlnc .her parents. Mr. nnd eldrecs mast plte the old addrrs In making the ,. rrqneat. , Mr. A. 11. Howe. Unsolicited mannscrlpta will tot be returned Mr. lMwln Nelson and wife, of WilanUe accompanied by postage. liam Mlns, visited Mrs. Nelson's mothAnoojmous cotahiunlcatlons will receive no M.vU1on, laut week. er, Mrs. Mrs. lWn McKenncy mid cMldren, of .the Ooleonda, 111., are here lsltlns 3?3BX3BraOXTX. family of Mr. Foster McKenncy. ailVii...'.- .- -- ....'... BUli MLsses Mattie nnd lottle KuykcniloU, juS'c 21. of Matansu. visited the family of Mr. vim E. S. McMillan Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mattle Sholton.of Ilowllle, Ky., U What we need U not a new Wnd of hore visiting her sister, Mrs. car iCOln, but more power to hold. attention. liu :3 FT n. Mr. E. M. Davis and family visited Durnlfr the convention at Chicago, this Chl-.n- o J. A. St. Clair, Sunday. week It Is very appropriate to call McKernan nnd i Myr,tle Misses "Windy City." the of Central Orovc, were lsltors rarks, Jt Is not only vposslbte bifl highly """ In town last week. UaWe to make the Ftourth of July us llobcrt l!o,we, while plajclns sonie I' was week, ili a woson pale and sane as Mcnfor.raT Day. n thrown ilown and severely liurt. A Boston clergyman .says American attendsd A large crowd frosi hero women wear. too, many clothes the party at K. II. Ashby'a Satuixlay resorts. He is certainly Jiard to .please. nlghf. All report a fine time nnd lot of ' iot of chickens in Ohio county nre fun. Mir. Tyrtle Park, of Central Grove, meetjngs,! on their last Jobs now. Camp 5ome.t!ilng- strange basket dinners and other gatherings ore was In town Sunday. about him comlns so often. Aiqglnnlng to open. - lat I Bathing suits at the public bocchfs 900 Pension Applications. are to be made sanitary, ,but as. yet nofor pensions Nine hundred application body has volunteered to boll the laue under the new act prantinK allowances between the swims. have to Aeterans of the Confederacy pension Comniljdoncr TViaman married three (tJmev, lias had been filed with recejvod an oil man for a husband on each ooca-jjlo- Stone, nnd scares are beln? way hits been found yet to It appear) she Is trying to pet every day. No uppllcutlons will estimate .how many up So the ".standard." be matte. The State Hoard width has The Pennsylvania couple who can't re- cliarse of the distribution ,of pension to member whether they have fourteen or money will dtclde who aro entitled sixteen children, should refer the dis- pensions. The flrt piyments will be pute to the family shoemaker.. made on August C. n. proceed-Ing- e Many things transpire) of circuit couit that are to the uninitiated In court work, as le)J, sometimes, as to regular .'eiart attendants. However, Tuesday morning after motion hour Ills Ilonor.Judge was called upon to pass fcentence tipon a young man who had been found The . unfortunate uullty of seduction. young felluvv was culled to the bar and asked by .the .court If he had any iresison o offer why .he should not be sentenced To to hard labor In the (peiilten.tln AWe he naturally replied lieiwns not guil-We have heard many is ntencos,iass ed by the vailous courts, hut the passes! and tho words of advice and iven by Juduo Ulrkhwid admonition were truly a masterpiece. While the sentence was as severe as .possible, rt it Was couched In vor,ds of fatherly advice ana wisdom from thla jurist, iWe vlh that every young man In Ohio county and w- could have hoard .this mlnargi, probably feel (that wniie .would jhaVe tfhiineod from an Inimotial life Ito a and perfect deportment and wxVild start omt iwltJi a nw ami Crm to be on a. olkl foundatJon. in-tHlrk-heay. sn-4encor-am- ct diiter-jiJnat-'- he d, Juno 1!'.' The people arc almost thmu..h planting corn and v(StIng p'ace Uev. Crowe preached at this wn Sunday evening. A lirge .TewM present. Sunday school ar.il slnsln; Is j reigre-ln- g nicely at this place under the mamij?-mea- t i of Jlr. Illtel lye. Jll'.i ,Mrl Miller entertained in honor and olu'd-rc- n Mr. lninle Thompsem, of her ills Mae Teiwery, vlslteil Mr. Leo Illack Sunday, Colonel's Double is on the Job At ton, J'rld ly evening. Tlie guests itiine Mr. lonroe I.'-- nnd family, of Tnylor masked, r presenting all natlemalitiew an Chicago. Mine, vLs!tel his muthe r, Mr. lVttiele occupations. I'romrtly at .ten o'clo.'k Chicago, June K 3. M. Keyt. delmid Sunthey unmasked and contest.s eif various lee,- - of this phioe, S.itunl.i egate from MAs&uahuntits, a dotitde ls kinds were had. At late- - hour tV day. for Col. noo'velt, and the fact wastliu Dan Miss Kva Stewnrt.of Smith frolic brok uj). Eer.one rannts ti annt cause of considerable tvehement lat esillesl ei iliss Miulallnc lV.irn.ird, Sun-daexcellent time. hlgiht in a Michigan-avenu- e hotel cafe. 4 MI'S Era Gardner Saturdiy dinner The deb pate was vnjoyios his Mr. Jim Leach, of Whit" llun, ts vls-t- . from a two weeks lslt. toward w.hen there was a stampede Miss Kill Hudson Mcienn.y went to lug Jils breithT, .Mr. L. C. l.eaeili, of him of person who ttoausht they wero Howling lir"en Jloivddy .to attend the this place. ?azln on the visited Mr. Sam .Hoover, of llortnn, summer sliool. to set n detail of It was Misses llessle, Snplila, Eunice. Altha his cousin, Mr. Melvin Stewart, of this po'iilee to chock the crowids who were and EJna (Williams emteirtiilneel Monalay n'acc Sa.tun.lay night. about to rush the "oariilMatf." cxcnlng in honor of MIs Alta Phlllipp"", ' Mr. IX M. Stewar.t and .family anl Mr. Keyes wears on .his la.pel a butMUs Manb.llne llarnaid vlslltsl Mi. and of .Stanford 111. t, ton' photograph of himself, labeled "I Miss Hunley. of Echols. Is Isitlns Mra. D. II. Allen ami Miss Kva am ltooeelfs Double. Can You Beit of South Heaver Dam, Monday Hunle-y- . ( her eM.'i'ln, Miss Iluth It?" lie Miys he doc not alwajs enKarmTs are wll plevusesl wilth tho fine Miss Anna Barn s cntfcrta'ned at "lioo.V joy the button, as it is often the Sunday night and Monrain that Tuoselay cause of considerable annoyance, tspe-dall- y day. in crowds. Lslted Mr. Shelby Itocl: I lev. Crowe ted'.-ux'o slt-ter- , 1'i-le lt.-ae- r .S'.eve-.ir- To the snr,prlM of .their many friends Mr. IhylUy Qulnn and MKs .lesslo Sii.iit. nonlng1 at van were mnrrlnd Saturbi y Jlev. A. J.. the Methodist parsonage Moll. The weeldlnc was n iulo,t ntlx'' only n few friends were (prosent iTIW ImmodltLUly UHt for a shor,t trip. n most tnilustrbuis and Mr. Qulnn thrhlng eiung man, thu ison of Mr and Mrs W. II. Qulnn, .formerly of Ky. Mr. Qulnn Is .the daughter of Mrs. Jessie Kofiauvan nnd u v "' benuttful nnd accompllsliciel young lady. Mr. ami Mrs. Qulnn will be nt home at Mrs. W. H. Qulnn' the lint Jtist. Miss Nellie l'lumnier ntentulncsl In Taylor Thursday honor of Miss evening nt "Itook." Quite a numlr were present anil all repent a ijoihI time. Miss Uzzle Jliuhlox, of Owensboro, U visiting her cousin Miss iNlnu ,Moddo: this week. Miss Mary Tanner, of Ilockford, ,Tcnii., vlslteel Ir. and Irs. I.ec .llornes list Ky., week. She went lit .Morgnnteewn, Monday. Mr. O. I.. Shultz, of Narrows, wo in town Saturday. .Mrs. lllrch Shlthls, of Uockport, visit' ed Mrs. Tom ,Tulor Sunday. Mis Jessie McDoweftl Kraxcr, of l'a., arried Tuesetay to spend f.vther, Mr. C 1". the summer with Krazer at the hotel. Sirs. Mary Williams, of the Liberty nelghborhocsl, spent the end with her cousin, iMr. Thompson William, eif South Ite.n'T Dam. ,. Kftle and M'ses Alta Alford spent the weed; end In Jl.ir.tford. Miss Klttye HluKiils will arrive Saturday to spend the week end with h"" mother. Miss Dosle TnIor P"nt la-- week in Hartford, attending the Chilttlun mei- Iiil--. 1 n, a, treat array of running, trotting and pacing races. High class special attractions, free to all. Something going on all the time. Excureion rates on all railroads. J. A. FRANCEWAY, Secretary. C. C. GIVENS. President. they will lake sell at present price hiss. At till season of the year It I n goinl plan to eat lightly eif meat, and people the evperlment may convince that itlvey do not neeel as iniK-.l- i meat, even In cool weather iv they hae been consuming. If the de'itvuvel sheiuld fall off the prlccB woule! come down preiportlon.ately. fivim Misihn, ArabU, was made about two ceiiturjcl agei, tJiey tewtlflesl. TJie imitlin of what ,wns "Mevha'' ntose during .the trial of the Tlioiiuoi iTaylur Spice- - Company on u IVslcr.it Mr. Lonnle TwciVlell and eliughter. e'lmrge of nilsbrnnillng Ml, Nelll", of Calhoon, nre fejirndlnjt It w.w eill ged .tho coffee wn ial Tho company was flneel In Abyslnla. the week with .Mr. I'. V. Twoeldcll. Jin ami Mr. Alga Weird, who have il mid tosts. m. been, vlsltlitg Mr. Wont's parents ,Mr. Seyand Jlr. I.. D. Dennett, lift for mour, lnd Monday. FOR FLETCHER'S South Mr. Monnle Ilarnard lcf( for Carrollton yesterelay, upon receiving tln al intelligence of th" elreiwnlng of hi Damage Done by Storm. ncphiiw, Mr. Karl Ilarnard, of that place. Ky.. Juno IS. A Ovvenslioro, tr- Mrs. S. 1'. Sanderfur Jeavev today for y a few elttys vllt to frlinibMut Itichlaml, rlflc edei'trlc, wind and nlglit did considerable dnnviec Ind. e'eiunty and tliroughout DavU'HS tli.i (retji liver ectlnn. Trees wciv IJ.r.en Genuine Mocha Coffee Must be ,wilris pin down and the tvleplione 200 Years Old. TJie wMiooilhou f nnd out of ojioratlon. Chicago, branded W. O. W. lodgo room nt l'unther wiui June l1. Coffeo "Mocha" tlint I Kss .than See yesirs struck by lightning anil ntlrely . old Is not genuine , tuvordlng t twenty Rtrnjeol by the flro resulting, using who Vstlfl 'il in I'tiUerl a lev of ll.SeO. coffee cxp. rt with old lady friend" to Mr. C. I.. Clianninnnkule n trip Padue-alast wee'k. Mr. HiTtle ItUil hns gone to tivvons-beir- o for n two weeks viielt vvltli after several lns visit and thdr lt Stnte District Judge LnmH' rourt today, The last shipment Vast Throngs Gather for Big Convention. Chicago, Juno IS. The nunber of visitors to Clilcago for the eonventlon was estimated last Jilrht to be well tbovo 1SQ.O0O. Children Cry CASTOR. nUn-stor- A Kery hotel In fJie dewntown dlstrl"t was croweles to Its eftiwtty, nnd l.ite crowds wore directed to outlylnK lientet-rleeleVleg-xte-- s s. Siiii-il.i- Karly toelay, with not more than ten tend exceptions, the full list of for. The alternate hod been various State delegation, tintl anconvnny-In- g frlenel crowdeel Uic hotel corridors am! streat ceirners long after mltlnlght. hr Pay Your Taxes. Taxes for we ITtf jear 1912 are now due, nnd ,we-c- are ready to receive same. T. II. HI.ACK. Sheriff Ohio County. arWvjrarljO'xjFjrarxjrvirQrvjrv t Jte-ssl- RICKETS. SUMMER FOOTWEAR! mm miimi ibbm White Oxfords For Ladies, Misses and CHildren. Also, White Shoes Tan Pumps Gun Metal Pumps Patent Oxfords and Pumps GOOD OLD EVERY DAY T Watch the Farmer Vote. Who will control the presiden- tial election? The Cirmeps will have a gr"at d"al more to sa about Itthanmo' are not people Imagine. The farmers trusting to luck this time. They Jifue been fcliaplng their affairs and preparing for the wh.:. They will not be caught with surplurt st;k and products. Thev have been encafie-- in ellsposlns of every thing they could and turning It Into moiie-y- . Tim money is nojv In the ibttnUs and i.f a Democrat ehouild by chance be Pr'd(nt tliey will be ready for th worst tliat may hapiptn. iThele uio pnany farmers In I'lke County who as a usual thing vote the Democratic ticket and may do so when it e'oincs to state nnd local affairs, but thfy aro not o all anxious ! see a DeniOerfU ejected l'rcwldent. TJiey have come to re.ill.e that a l'rotect!ii Tiirlff is good enough for them. In this county, as elsewhere-- , the-- aru njiposerl t juoiiosea plesie Canadian of 1' gWatlon that itliey fuar would have been vry detrimental to their Interest. Tho farmeis arc a leading aid thinking class of men today, nnd they nru not as easily fooleel as Uiey wfrei u few yenrs ago. iWutcli the f annex vote and If i ou tf al tell anything about It you will do well. UouUJann (Mo.) News. d y DANGER OF SPiniNG. Ninoty-flv- e per cenit. pf our tonsump--tlojtdite. Kiys the North Carolina mre-l.t- a IBoard of Health, ) "comas from ftplulng on itJu; pant of the p, n, apparently licnlthy. "J'lt is ludm wltli deaylly dj.s"a-- RCfrn. jpaxtlouhu ly tliat of consumptives. nlt or sneezes "When one coushs, a reat multitude of itlny lrfs of intently cxpcJi fmin jJpj ore jliioutl) nnd nohe. The larct of .thee dnops can bs readily A 4ar0'e keen. an be number of niiaUe.r diiuiUts found If a mirror or piece, of fclass s al ,r but also from pjile who Sunday night. JessJ tennis players met fTu eliy afternoon Sn ithe i'jiw office of Judge Jdrs. Will HaUwIn.of near leaver Dam. wljh her ebjevvlt spnt Satunhiy and Sunday l"egl", organized a Uub, and the fol'owliw officers: iM.uDowe-1Kogl', mother. Mr. Slielby dlock. president; Allison Harnett Se.Tntnry, anl Messrs. Ln Leach aml .son, Tliad all J. WttterfHd ami Jim J. C. llor, treasurer. After fa.s.lng on High" Vlnw fishing Sitturtlay. other punlnriMi the club was divides! In- went tei Mr. A. St. Olalr, of Litchfield, visit-e- d th-n to four frJ nds hew. lost week. Koijle and Fold, .Moore and IIlhreolc, to Hartford Mr. Lon Illack Joiner and E. Harnett nnd lle.r mid A. on husliy". llarne-U- . The t.ims start playing Oneyvllk' and one or two more .iuiis Mr. Sam Hoover wont to laj-- t jioise wee-nnd jiuioha.se a fine aro expucUKl ito enter hitr. from hli uncle. Hartford Tennis Players Organize Sevral -- EASY FOOTWEAR For Women who need to rest their feet. We have the style you want at the price you want to pay. lt:er-nar- two-me- y t Our Men's and Boys' Oxfords Are right in style, quality and price To Bid for Building Contract. 1 on June 21. 1912, benwen the ot Sues for $32,000. rs. A.L Mt. Sterling. Ky June lie KeiVly, of this city fllol Nitt today asalnst the Che,pnke and 0UI .rsillrjid and 'Master Mvvhunlc George llubliuvm, of Lexln,Kton, for S2,IXJ daiiULgeb for the Kelly, killing of her husliand, iM. K. June JS, 1611, when his tmglno turned over with him near Ahlnnd. lt-iM- Tans, 3ie!d ti'rfore tlie f.we when i)iujrhlnis or tmeezinp. A ticinendous ijiumtlty .of U1) fmallcr drophls tire dhcluuvrl In tlie form of an Invisibly cpray or m't. svWch fUat about' In itho air for home time, clenttstt. Ii.no found that w)in a man coughs, pnlts or mim zes In a Is iojfe hall or louiu where the air quiet, the.' ,tlny, Kerm-liwliinoiHs will flojA in ,tho ulr for of a to 100 feet. tiny The.se droj'ls, In the foim of intM or hpiay, jnay be brfatlied In .by other jusijde, or they may nettle on bji-(tw'ldi u'liUfi 4lvey come into liumelUtu contact, iuch as food and chrfhlm;, Vlowl in I)U Ught, such conduct Ls at dunjjwous l'ur.theirniore, .It In 4o the public at' dargo to 1iae caril(j6 people actually isjuhlnp, cms.zIrK uni iHittlnc conn laden mutter into nh-tfact- - even If It U lnvislblo and in (Uict form of fine mist." n hours of 1 nnd " o'clock Ji. (m.. J.t No. IT.', Kduatlonal DlvUion No. 3, (Sulphur Sjirlngcj Ohio count, Jy., let to tho lowest and host .bidder tho contract to .bulld a scluio'Jiouse on the above lot. All .bids in be sealed. I reserve the xis'ht to rijct any nnd ajl bid. A bond will be required of the contractor for completion s. of houce according to plans anl 1 will on same day and at uue plaee offer for Kile to highe'.st nnd best bidder th olel schoollmuso on .tlie .Vmve mentioned Jot. J"or ftP'tclfUxitlon.'. rail on Mioclfl-cutton- Patents, Kids and Guns. The famous King: Quality make, $3.50, and $5.00. Select your shoes now $4.00 before your size is sold.' J iM. S. JATTni5ON, lilvlslem No. :i, Chahmnn IMucatJonal Ohio county, Ky. Drowned in Green River. City, Ky., June 19.-son of Uurnaid, Ihe nlnateen-jiear-ol- d in (lix'n JoJin Ilarnard, was drowned river Juvit ucios from South Carrollt'n. with an Tho young man, In company older hiother and the two wns of John Durham, un adjoining termer, bad (fono to tho Itlvcr to run trat linen. Theoldel brother and one of tho Durham boys were going across .the river to look at tho lines while ho youncer boy and tlio otli-e- ,r Durham boy remained on t,Ho tdtora. Tho body ha not been located. June y 11, 1912. Cential Ka!l NO CREEK Ona and LuU Wcl"y Drop. Kit Meat Prices ocpomismli-their lu,ther, Jlev. Wesley to his appointment at lire man The Philadelphia lUeord aj: Meut will go tei any price jthut Saturday and returned Monday. Is no arc tho There will pay. serlo is Mr. and Jilrs. 1'. D. Tweylde-1sauclty of food unJmafs. jTho prtco proud pare nts of a baby glrJ born Julio Juno 19. CASTORI A May IL J uaiiureu ry FLETCHERS 1 si FOR to report for elrlVl at the new armory Satumlay June 12, u.t 2 Ji. m und nl:o 8 p. m. Menvburs may attend ejther or Issuol both drills. Uniforms .will bo during the aftt.rnoon. or I'araicB .who have had 3 months more of military fiervloo may enlist upon passing the required xnmlnatfon. jamks m. Cojitaln Commanding Company. Company H. Drills. Theimrmlrs of Company JI nre dlres-t-o.- d E. P. Barnes 'vyjOWVvJvjOQQrvToWl1 & Bro BEAVER DAM, KY. Mlns AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return June 17. On. y, H Good ready ore the earmarks of Jl. Tyler, of UiU city, fotnwumtUrft x civilization, the emblem of In toll x fcvnoo, education and refinement, zentml yl the Parrast troop t)ii CW-rmi- e x whereas bad roads are the sign of ceJvod from a mian In VrJtai m4s wM,UM't x backwardness, Indolence end tadlf- battle Can i fyf- - x Xercnt citizenship. 4he fcatUe of .White 8taat-wKto, frwa On, ,Cbainer8' fr.wMk Siickraan, Ky., Battle Flag if ltfwr4. x x tf tlt e Xxxxxxyxi J. x x x x' of corn is un inadequate oxplanatlon Hut tho Jiock-er- s of the pi'loc of meats. jfflcew an they will et as hlijjh can, and the retailers will get laro profits, if possible. If the demand for meatfl .should fall off prVos mould come down. In spite of cold storage meat will not be kept Indefinitely, anJ tlvjlr the bjg' packers wish to ke-plants running and- turn their capital over M olteo a,they cut. If Vey can't - lth. Mm. Sallle Moorman, of Moorman, was tho guet of Mrs. Ja,mcs Ward und other reluXlves a few dayn lout .week. Mr. and Mrs. 1J. S. Chamberlain wont the .wek end with relatives at Owens-boro. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. car meets all trains. JdrJAithher ChAmberlnln went to Mc i Lean county sunaay. Uouvk. Woyd Wocnilea. IxULsvlU, an'U Terry Crane, Bu.Uer, Jiiv Hturned borne OPER &, CO. Hartford, Ky, ,u;U- .. cunrcl v J LOW CUT JllUL I I men's J I I H khM ii51 0?f I fifJ if m mr I I Ll BB BJ BJ J BJ H I for warm weather I naif nf nur anything I We cannotmore Komfortablc Noolcr or suBpc&t than a .HJ BJ B H I r'lillllpfi, KfynoMj W. roitto 1, o'utuii; nml W. S. Ilnwnril, nuita 7, llartfond, were c.illern at The Itiiiulilleiin offjee yrsUrday. iliwt nnuh f CAUIJON lAPi:iI, .tuir. ill'Wfl Mary Trylor,"Alce "Kown nn J I!c or Mark, for ilo ml TI10 ,I:fliiMlcnn Initio IMenn ,lll lenvo lUmut the flr.t office. tf. of July fiirniuutnitiiiii,N. Y.,ihera Uic" (.'Iix'titl Court luljouriunl Vlnirwliiy. Iln. wll atteml the notcfl oliantnuqua at fore iMlJoiirtiliu; Uiu (,'iimil J r returns t Unit place. MU-u.- 1 (Jh-nmyl Keown forty-si- x iniHuttmntx. will tnko sp(n;ln,l training In teacher' Iro Crcnm Ohio all nlron anil work, nml tlwy are ,tlie flrt county teuHierit to utteml this Intuitu. lowcM jirlcce. S. It. KIND, 5tf Hartford, Ky. tlon. Jtoiwh Itlvir Ixli?e No. till Knlj;ht of llcM prul of CAMION l'AJ'HU, ,litir. Pythian lie til tholr nnnuiit Mmor!nl Ie or Mick, for sale lit Thu ilptilll(in Jant Hiintkiy nftcrnoon. splendid office. tf. frnternnj sermon wosiUJIvcrcdhy Knlht Jarn call on For Heat JIhmjh Itoy U. Jlrnwn, of ll'jllefontnlne, Ohio, Mf S. L. KJNO, who Ifl u hmUw? tlio Chrltlan Hartford, Ky. here. After the fcrmiin the Krlwht wJiero ELECTRIC MASSAGE ot Taylor's Oar marched Id Oakwood ucmttjiry, bcr Shop, Something new for tho faco Uie rnvc of flvo JiroLherfl were decorand fcalp. Try It and bo pleased. 45M ated with flower. Iteaiitlful K. of P. flaic.s had iirovloucly beon iplacid ,on quih .Mr, Darretl KultinKor, (who has been en ffrave. gauol In Uwi rullroiul monstruvUon work Ky., returned dome la.ttiwcek at Jla-arSuffragettes in Fight. ." IV. A. II. Illlny, 'oiinty Cnronor, riiJIixl to llnrwj.ltruncli Thiir.ftUy iio Imhl nn ImiupHt, JMni, M. A. Ixvir, 1 Announcement Extraordinary! after five years of successful merchandising, announce radical changes. Our Quick Sale was very successful in its intention to quickly reduce our stock but we wish to reduce our stock to the limit. To do this requires & Co., Barnard ner-vl- l l, hard, careful work. We realize that unless we give our customers better values than they can get elsewhere, it is very hard to greatly reduce our stock. ilnsr. W. W. Duneon.Aiiidrcw nml day. fl thoiip') ,TUC- - Charls CarR-yle- of IMIcnri', wore a nrrprt Xhf4o KJXJUTUS BJ BBJl transact Uir btmlneon bi , Irtfonl J H BBM BBJ Mlfl Al'r tinfrft krt moJata that conform to the natural linn of the human foot. -- Ml-AiUh IXiffrun, of Duiulco, .vLsltcfl her jKirvnts.JIr. uid Mr. John Duffmn, mir Sunnydal.', from Hoturnlny until bH M BBJ MomLiy. J MaBk 4 Large Variety and Shapes to choose from J hey cannot of Styles ' M M pj M BBh J BJ BBB BJ aaH J ill !- BaaaaiaHBBaBBl' MbbbbbH Atk about our Hurrojipi Patent iainer. Becomea a ItoaaacT CtiiBB ..it....!.. vnnrc CIIIIIUMUI (OUiy, Bwrt & Packard c.f Mahm rvcBinf niti. v htlp but iatiify you. I M pB BBB litm. H"ttJo Saiukns aiil flon.Mr. Ja,nie Rati(h'.r, of Iulvllle, aro vNtlnj? tho fnrrmer'H non, Sir. Herbert S. Satvlotn and wife. Mr. aiwl Mrs. I'. D. T.wodifrll, route A, of 11 Ino K'lrl that born UiKt SuiyJay. Dr. iK. U. I'endltooi nttcmllnc pliSTsU.'lan. Mr. and ilrn. Harry Hoover and Mil. II. II. Collins mado a 'liLslncsrs (rip to Dr. Or.enlKiro on- - day Jast week In I tl .iii'k nutoiiioblle. Bj arc tlie parent 11- Clilcppo, June IS. Anqtlier k battle loomed up in the program Tuesday, Convention when it was nnnounced tha,t Mie would onpose the efforts of women who wc-the rlht ,to vote to hae a uffraRo nlank placed in the national Itepublloan platform. Isd by Mrs. Arthur Dodge, a de'.e- (the 'New york Katlan Society was expected In Chlca&'o Tuesdny to aid In (the fight. The plan of the nntKsuffroglst Is to appear before the Jlnsolutlons. Com mittee at the (vimo time that the Suffrage Association makes Its plea. Jntcr-urUiiol Antl-Suffi-oi This We Propose To Do. You will profit by purchasing from us within the next thirty days. We will keep our stock of perfectly staple notions and many other staples and will furnish them at less than you usually pay and at the same time sell you the merchandise on which we are overstocked at very, very low prices. To our friends, we urge you to continue your much appreciated patronage. Our relations have been very pleasant and we hope to merit your contin. ued favors. Announcement of proposed change in our business will be made in due time. Thanking you for many, many favors, we are Youre truly, . VBBBBBBBBBBBB aaHaHai v pj BJ v4 BJBl Brings Suit for Ruined Trousseau. Nashville, Tenn., Juno K. Suit for damages for ruin of n rlbil trousseau was filed h(Te ,by iMr. nml Ms. Juntlee of Memphis nalnfa the iNasii-vlitChattanooga & .St. Iouls rttUwnv nnd Nashville City Transfer Comjiany? It Is nllesed that on n visit to her riar-enJiere soon after her marrlose her trunk the home with the Kiiiuml up with molass" and the mirinents ruined, noeofHiltOitlnx a rt.ay here until new outfit could be jiro- cured. J-ts reiK-hets O f t , lin fl j l mi HHMin II Attn I mil , I I I Cut Shoes in 1'atent leather, Gun Metal, Vici, Tans, etc., that are somewhat out date, but are the very tilings you will want for ease and comfort for an shoe. Our regular price on these goods PJ every-da- y was four dollars. Our price to close out the bunch is $1.50 per pair. While we lose, you gain. Buy a pair they will do you good. See them in our window. I H H aBaH lV'puty Sheriff V. C. Earp, of Itoslne; XlewKs. Peter Shown and John V. Samlt-fer, route 3. weio rallera U The IlejniliU can office Weilniwilay. r e, H H H MlT Irene Miller, .who has ,lien ytw'ii-InIn Oklohonia for some (time, Juus to Mietyl .the .vacation ,w!th her motJier, Mm. Jennie Miller. tr ' vl IKMH.MHMMM.lBMnMMBMMMHHH ha .befallen our tow the College hiilldlnv, Mr. T. J. Mortton, mushier of the Ishis the pride of every citizen of Hartford Itank, vl.sltul land, Ky mother, Mr.s. Ella Morton, this ,w'lc. and community. The Hoard of Eluca- -' 11.1 f.imlly remained hero for 11 longer Uon held a call inethig Wednesikiy afternoon ami ilivldevl ,to vail u train meet ktt. Ing of the citizens of our town ami .Mr.. Ilella I'll tie, who lux Jiecn lst-Iii- k community at the Court Howe y )hy. Mnyworth Uirnard for wune night, June 2), to advlao with then time, has j,ine to Xta.dlsonvllle, .where whait stejis to pursue, and IevJe means she will islt Jier dauRjiiter, Mrs Leslie by whlrti funds may lie ralsod for the 1 Mon-iLi- We will pay cosh for Glnseiu,', Yellow Hoot and Mayapplc must be well dried and Ginseng not split or strunB. W.H. MOOItE & SO.V. Notice to Citizens A great calamity In Uie huts or .' BARNARD & CO., Hartford, Ky. -- are WEstore running this grocery for little folks as well as big. We know their wants er we cater erection of a new building at once. L4 every one Interested In upholding our educational standard come ami itnkepart In tills meeting. We nexd your advlc and help. The meeting will be held at the court houe, Monday night, after the of tlw Chris, Mr. J. W. Allen, route .1, was a pleastlan ChureJi ncw In progress. ant caller ut The llipubllcun offtco Wed Dll. E. 11. PENDLETON, Pr6s. neMlay. He renewed his fatUt to Hits H. F. LOWE. Soc'y. lVTjicr and rccilvcjd a copy of Jlev. Hoard of Education, Hartlord, Kiy. book, "Tlie Vulture's Cla,w." Now Is tho tlmo to buy a wood CultiHunting License. one. vator If you aro going .to buy Frankfort, Ky., June 15. J. Quln-c- y Cull uil see my stock, anyway. Ward, the executive asent un8. L. KING,. der the Gune and Fish Cammlsslon, Hartford, Ky. Is preparing to send out to Jill county Tuesday iwtrfl J. C. Jtu'kHon, Centertown: Mr. Wlnson Schrotvir, Smith, Scltiut; Mr. Emory lioiekport, Ky., Mr. JJ. Kmmott Snyder, Columbus, Ohio; at. Jl. Ulley. leity. E-'i- HtMiver. Among our willr We boom our business linme-dlatel- y wjmin u f ,. " JS'??. bw rx 1 ' AVI111-lucr- lj' Mi fcf.rfffArtWniriV! n nnji iimirur yM, - WW 7975, N f .111111 11 -: 1 1 . byaivinq our customeis .,M at W" When we stocked Heinz Peanut Butter we knew with, the kiddies. it would prove a great friend-makIt has. The choicest peanuts that grow with the skins and the imperfect nuts removed delicious appetizing healthful. Growu-np- s find it fine for luncheon sandwiches. to them. ..N Hantford Ca,np 'Mi Woodmen of tlw heto World wlU hold nviular met'ttlni; Flagman Died Suddenly. Sa.tunl;iy night In l'',ra,tc.rnlty HaU. ,Tvo (Special to Tho JtcpublUvni.) 13 initiated candidate are to be ,lnto Narrows, Ky., June ). Ullllo Jaine, Wouderatt. Also Invportaitt buxlnes mat-ter- a flagman on Uie Owensboro branch, I. C. are to bo discussed. 'It. 11., was found in a dying condition ara on Uie train late Wednesday evening. The Odd Follow of Cententown prt'jmvliiK to have a big (Irae tonight) Ho llvf(d' only a few minutes nfter his when there will bo initiation In Uie first condition was discovered by Uie condu and, Ud not regain consciousness. degree. Heveral members of Acme lUxlgO are jirepailng to attend, and will tako His death was due to heart failure. Illi remains wro taken to Loltchfjeld for viatllclate for initiation. 'e rienty of Seed Potatoes at U. S. Interment. ,43 tf i Advei'Uo.iinnta of itjio Hopkiim Couni'y FuJi-Jlcndei'M)n Coiui,ty appear In Advcrtlfo your wants In The Itcpubll and A. S. of E. Notice. KJUDA.Y, JUNK a. tills Irnue. lloth are ninjdcr (t,ho gonratil can. tf. T.he Ohio County Stock Committer Glvons f Judge C. C. manufriMiuiit will rooolvo stock Monday-- , June UIU. at While it Jasta, "Bod Hock" 30c Coffee and lienor faU Ho diuw lur)go uivd well EailrotiTiaM Table Heaver Dam. All Equity mombcirs wJio pleastfl imwU. JUMlieil Jtito iwiU be tor 23c cash at U. S. Corsons; 41tf. liavo stock tliat they wish to place in HartftH, Ky. offered by h rullroada. , ctle Monday .Miss Nona WoJJInj.- - has town vliWns Tim Christian revival conducted by tho lum,0s ofatthe conmilttiio will i!eH. L. Aft N..Jb once, notify them , tuvd UUs uX Dundco .uc. Pastor Wright, ausbited by Dr. Hoy 1. .j stj:vens. wook. e 7:10 . ''IIS North (Boned-dullrawn, eMangeUrt; D. Emmott Snyicb'-L. Ji. TICIIKNOIt, ' Ally taotst 8usdavy. Sllss Alta Ukiiu, of Xi4m.l1 chorus director, and Hoy U. Hrqwn, Jr., II. T. PORTElt. p. n. He. U4 North Bound dw 8:40 the KUtt of Air. tuul film. jV. U. I4v cornUlNt, continues with much Interest. ConuiilHee. ally ' oaf tW wctfc. , Oro. Drown U delivering splendid sermons 116 CotiUi .BouM fee 8:45 aw sa. i .by large pongrcxutlons. Taft't Owi Estimates Show Sirs. Dorcas Gray wu the surst of which are heard dy. tolly Claw"' la Tun of Weakiesi Haiily. fTitiid at Catral Grave' frum KriOay "The Vulturo'a K US Sosia nu4 due 1:4 Chlevago, 111., June 19. From ,the inside complication comedy, romance until Sunday. dally eaaaft Sunday. and tragedy and written by Rev, C. F. Tatt personal, followintf there oamo th K, . MIBCHKB Aft c season will soon be here. The re- eaot ftlma.Ui' of Uie President' atrenyth Wlmberly, who held the Methodist Let The Hartford Republican print you vival in Hartford recently. It la a won- oi Uie first (ballot. Ills lmmeyliatie fam-il- y Mr. Jsao Sfroetwr, of JRocknoiit, K'-- , bill for the Flc-N- lc. circle of political advisers say that derful book and w are offerinr It and wo in ZtyntJlord WJnfflay. Esq. and Jiva. S. 6. Chambrrlajn. No The Republican for one. year far Lf. Ke Jim eiclit majority, v. rth the Jassl,blll- ty of IorIpc on Uie brink of a Ooj J Kcr 'One Quality prlntln xf any kind Greek, returned iMojinUy from a vWt Send your order Won booka ar exhaua ' with d. mt Rtjpullcan.,." mil a Tba HaftJord ' .. Try somo. Mr. and Mns. Vm. II. Henn, Dr. J. A. of Duff and Master GrlffJth Mltdiel, Dundee, Ky., luave returned ihomo after a fw thiya visit with Mr. II. JVan and family, of qast Hartford neighbor, hood. Mrs. Slary C. White, or Charleston, Mo., who has been visiting her uresis. Caiit. und Mra. S. K. Cox for t Xew days luft yenlerjuy for Leixlngton, Ky., where sho will Jslt a fe,w days before going to I Chautuuiiua. N. Y. clerks blanks for Issuing to hunters under Uie new law. Keoitucky hunters must pay a license of one dollar und It Is evpected Uils will bitinj In a revenue of $1,M0 a to $3,000 year, wihlf.h will be usod to jiay the including of tho Commission gaino wunltiis un,d other officials. The llcertsea nro due Jn ilay oacsli ytr, but ns the law did not became effective till Juno 10 this year the blanks could not be sent out curlier Mum June. No lleeiiso is required for flshcriiiun. IL rune i AND MEAT MARKET, KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, Hartford Republican. Car-aon- 11 M.M.AE. at Whenever you see people doing a thriving business you may know there Is a good reason for it. You may be fooled when you try your goods "on," but you can't be fooled long after you try them "out." We are In business to stay In business. ' Ve would rather make a little profit and be sure of a big business, than to make a big profit and take chances of having to - 'i V frk-nU.- 1 quit. ii, , lavr ',, Ve give our customers good stuff for their money, but ve 'don't "stuff" prices. (ftd7. Mft rrr: a. Chris-tlanlt- y, Ptc-Nl- CARSON Hartford, INCORPORATED. -- iik'9iri'c'.Yi '4jJ. Kely. 8 CO. . iiiUa4'i k V A.fcW ti. itt. U Wtm iWiiiWllft"lWTlHlWHI'"UI'MW"'n'WI W.f.rwirl-- Mtwt.nAs , -- JV- GNASHING OF TEETH NOT IN HELL FIRE, Twisting the Scriptures Has i HAPPINESS Dodder in Clover. BORN OF One SPIRITUAL TRUTH, LOVE : HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed & Been Making Infidels, Pastor Russell Shows That His Text In its popu ar Hats Cleaned their sap. It iomi freuii a inlnutolirouii Tho taonl happiness Rsftrs to Sorrow, Disappointment, Is on elastic term swd, looking llko n particle of use Chagrin, That Cams Upon Jaws In Law to n .wlelo itsolf variety of yIn-lo; Ovsrthrow of Their Nation, A. D. 70. dirt, whlcJi germinates cxiu'tly like the Work called for concerning tills state whic.li all clover, Lut nfteer icomhis nj W seeds Philadelphia. Bo Its of on the oll and fairtejui n mankind desire Ho attain. Many JioM gems of thought descriptive of Ji aaaaaaaaVLBaV June 10. TnMor Club $1.00 e Is related other plants. The have been Russell had liW contribute! ,te the I l, sprlcs, Imt Is commonly found n plant' world's literature, yot aaal usual assssssssssssa. Kreitl crowded this growing on wet land. value, blessing continues to lule the wrosp house toelnv. lie of little These plant have no .true leaves anj Hartford Pressing Glifii, delivered two (Hi-of men as a (Permanent imsossion. In tJic proper sense, but HpmaTTr aaaaal Wp ronftft nre not weed' ramma The most on lenmed disquisitions aaaaal V. M. C. A. JilJICI., deriving all their nourishment aaaaaaaV x faaaaaa1 aaaaaam-'one or tnem from parasite, the effects of hnpphus, hIiow-IhLaaaal aaaaaaaavsw' aaaaaaaal the text, "The cbll- - from i,,nnU nf O,hor "ort- - m' clowr- attr In the how it ojr.vtes aLLLIIIffC-HARTFORD, KY. affairs of d-c'nfst,,u' PI aaaaakr BHSJ flren of the Klnc- - 'structlc nt time, ecomos evrtremolydam-ou- t men, cannot Insure its attainment BBBHHs nnd seyiiotinvos dotn shall be cast unlevss Its real origin is clearly traced into outer dark- - ages n planting so isuvervly as to loompel and Its true nature understood. ness; there shall be the owner to plerw It up. J'orttmately, A convincing John H. &!!. ii,,fi,,rt ' sVi.i."v' ivi.i... Illustration of tho lii YANCYL.MOSLEY, i "All weepiugand gnasb- - It does not attork most other Jilm'.a 0n,!0yo,n '"'day nfter 3rd of Mrs. Kcldy's teaching to value the (Matthew Till. 11, 12.) tne of teeth." and heme, even tf soil becomns thickly Si.W.s,1?.'- - i"rlUiiy ttI,er srd clear The speaker declared that in com- sown with Its meds, It will still produce world may be found in her ..... Jackson. 1'pnl.Mnt, h analysis of happiness. In Science ftpr ar.i i.i..". ,ZVr ''."" .;-".- ? mon with the majority of ministers be crops f other sorts. Yet It Is sometimes HARTFORD, KT. ,0day In June. Satunlay after and II eat Hi id her had misinterpreted this and similar a source of loss words corrobonites l, and annoyance to a Scriptural ?ir Hlnx?yJn ftfinher. Saturday af- - Will practice hi profession In all th Scriptures to refer to all the unsnlntly W. H.& J. F. GILLESPIE statement and point to r.d. vi?ndo- December. counties, - Cook, llcnfrow, Tuseday after Courts of Ohio and adjoining; Also Noof mankind and to imply that they are farmer ,to give up n tract of land for spirit as the one souive of genuine r,n,J Monday i loMarch, of the sends of dodiler 4n t,hc soil, nnd Tuesday after and In the Court of Appeals. writhing In torture In a hell whose Proprietors happiness, only not showing the ' " 3rd tary Public Office over First National Monthivn1' J5 ?r!?y' cation is unknown and which he now cloer,or alfft'fa.boaiise it the pres-nc- e .n manner in width It affects the llvsj Monday In November. Teltisday after 2nd Bank. sees to be a human tradition without 'the question i often asked; What can of men, but nfi'J"".1? Olaton. Wcdnefday alo revealing the way authority of the Word of God. we Jo to got rid of it?" LACKSMITHING Ueeinesday MVOJ,u 3rdMmiilny in AuiusV. after Ind Monday at The Fastor analyzed bis text and Very little can be done, once soil Is in which It may be livtclllgcnty Monday In a,"er talncd and securely retnlncsl. showed that it was addressed to the thickly sown with the after SnU Monday la Nofe-msttb, except us Jews, that they for sixteen centuries ing MEANING OP HAJ'I'INKsS. j the lnndforother crojw not aubjeat er bad been God's favored nation, in har:.mr:,?!l!: llaplness, In the ' original tLsc of to attack nnd waiting until the soejs mony with Ills promise to Abraham. Ohio County the word, AND REPAIR WORK referred to pomothlug ' They bad much advantage every way have olst their vitality. Just liow Jong which emc "by ged hap," l,y HART OKD , Y. i""r m ivovemiier. over all the other nations not only In tills will be necessary lias not been deMon,aV'fn,,.MW,ch!Ph' A the t a All Matters Given Prompt Attenihe fact that the promises were given termined, but It would probably ,be a chance, and was aJled with of hick nnd accident. This Influences of good many years, Judging by what we sense to them and the asslstful PENSION AFFIDAVITS 2nd A,c- "- tion. dylnNo"emb,er.I'rlUl,y meaning of Uie ,vvord has given pli1 tbe Law, but additionally that to them know of the persistence of other acul. SPECIALTY. to a higher were sent the Prophets with their enHARTFOItD rOLlCE COUItT. sense It Is a matter of the utmost impor- which somewhat couraging messages. trt chance is not reicognlzod, rnv- - 5!",,Crowe Judge; John U. Wilson. Notwithstanding all these favors but tance .therefore, to prevent land It Is far too generally concevelcd th.it s r MrKKKM:T OTTOC MAKTIN Infected with the P"st, and here comparatively few of tbat nation were vv... ...oneia,- , t.acl mat y rial month. clreumstancis, envlreu- .1n the heart condition to be accepted of something enn be done. The ts and events have the 'power to in Dls God, to be Messiah's Jolnt-lielr- s sown in large numbers In Kentucky II H 'I I make or mark the liupplness of man. Kingdom. As the natural seed of with cloer and alfalfa semis. Ourwoik .'Abraham they were the children or of Inspecting the flald seeds sold in the Mrs. lildy's statement, on page 57 of School Triikf7.LL.SV. "..." """ Science and Health, thnt heirs of the Kingdom, and to them market showed originally "Happiness Ky. that n large la spiritual Jesus presented Himself. All of Bis Ixirn of Truth and Love," I'endtlton and JI. K Lout. miracles and teachings went to them, proportion of both the clover and alfalfa lifts thought up to the one source ItELIGIOUS SEltVIPPs yet only a few were in such condition seeds contained iloJder wod. lAt una it fiom which truo happiness " E" Church ces flows ti monrlnir dodder and otlur of heart tbat they could receive this screenings man; to the realm of spiritual tldnK-in- g Life, Accident, SicK Message. weed seeds were Imported to this counvvhre chance u.rt and discord day cvenlut"5 Aev In the context Jesus referred to the try from KuixK and wcte niKed ,wl'li Vw' and Fire. unknown and where the unchanging fact tbat the Gentile centurion who the seeds sold to our tanner". TJiLs t ""tiiiiii: illlll dv film, unduy School law of harmonious prescrv s being xtad none of Israel's privileges bad for the general pn&enee of dol WILL ALSO BOND YOU. r -ROCUBCDANDDCrCNDCD.,'n,3ni",I'J. more faith than any Jew. Commentto ma-- i every "good gift" which I e .a.t... .... n. t.i. fur. ii. n mm, i. fLi.if irt 4 mv,rt I I..""rcn serv rt UnK Uu.lv OJU,l every fonrih l"n aUrict- Low to et,'aLn .. . """ ing upon this the Great Teacher de- ded seeds unions; eloer ai.d alfalfa eds Father lia lestowed cm his chill .r jrvhts, tec, IN ALL COUNTRIES. clared that God would take from the when we b?g.in our work. The pes.tw.:H This view- - of h.iiipliiess offers a pni Husir.csl dirretuiti 'a'hlr.ghn ICllt t!mf. i i'aior. nlKiut Hint time so thickly Minn nvr nflnryana cjitn zr.tjaienl. Jews the special privileges, except . .. t' i r,,.,,.-ttlcal relief to the one who, burdened Fatent arc! Infrlngemrnt Prict'ct ticlattvtty. Bucb Jews as were "Israelites Indeed." the State that at prssent one Is liable ea7hrno7,,,rn'rTirC V'&fTF tn- Writ1 or com. to u at perchance e by temperamental 710 CUktk Stmt. ni riit4 euim r.lrtt cc, I , Sunday f cool !):$. and that He would complete the num- to find Its seeds In any n cloma CURE LUNCS hereditary tendencies, WASHINGTON. D. C. has ithought ' ber of His elect by a selection of saint- ver or alfalfa seed offered for sale. SECItET SOCIETIES. difficult or even lmpei-,sllly characters from amongst Gentiles. for hPo old twwhv .To .the (.eeiLs iurmert uuruora ixielte No. C.5 &A M to a iinppy w,th meets The Election Hath Obtained It. f'J nim tlliri Monday should first acquaint ithe.nivc.hr with each month. Owen Ilutiiw. w. IIAI'PINKSV IS UNSKtn.H. " i" St Paul declares, "Israel hath not their a;ca.rante, anil to do this it Ls on 1. 1 ornnan .Secretary. To look 'with longing eyes tewnrd obtained tbat which be seeketh for. ly neecwsiry to buy a tilpod magnifier nc)Bll)ll. Uliantf-- r V. eir. meets every thlnl Satutdav- - ininiV. M., some eovctesj material possession but the election hath obtained it and civvtlng iil.out fifty Jo.,m T- - Moore Hlj,.rrriiCItin .jr'ad a ra.ni-pl- e essential to his liappiness w the rest of the nation were blinded." ' rtanls ills true, and yo. .... hrlnfi ,nto of clover or alfalfa seeds on a .sheet (Romans xl, 7.) The elect of Israel progress, lor hapjilnevvs do, s your ti"rl nee jirtvportionuJi'y to meets second and fourth Al'ondnv ecnl were gathered Into the New Dispensa- of while jeiper and .vepeiiate 0,11 foreign irf on tli" ni'-rjoisslon of their AMDAUTHROAT AN D LUNG TROUBLES. M.iunnney of your Unourfits" uVde-ffliSecrelarv40"' W' W' Ml" tion at Pentecost and subsequently, seeds. DoiUler seeds imay be. recogivlz.sl soniethlns-as has ,ben commonly (Science and Health, jeait it,! ) i,,?ush Hher lM,,sv So. people as a whole by the fact that they axe Mnaller than .while the Jewish GUARANTEED SATI8FA0Z0ST nwS-Osupposed. Too often have men wast Written for f Christian tlw Sotencc v" OS MONEY BXFTTHOEO. became more and more blinded and the average Nty lutt.K. .matured clover and al' R. & S. ed a large portion of their lives In Monitor. darkened in understanding until their ia! fit seeds, g Hartford Tent No. S. K. O T f but about 0. i strenuous efforts to communkate the MtJon expired in a time of anarchy, Inch in d'ameter. whertaa ood clovr mTtVn.hV:.1! "" ,mrJ Thursday A. D. 70. Since then the Jews have iivateii.il things tliey nes.es- Each age of our lives has its ioys. Old BOOKKEEPING seeds sliould inca.sur- - a,bou,t 0.07 Inch in ,,.. , .t ., Jiui1'), unu wicy vui ....l w..oi,,i,c mve l.r-f- 42 L . ... .l , bees in trouble, In sorrow. ...! s.iry for happiness, enly to find jmiuuii ue at v' Cn.VU. Jo. .'... fl P t Byilneaa,PliaMtraBh It was to this very condition of Pngth, and alfalfa oi'S or uifl inch. t that while siifUhJy reaching for Chamberlain's TaWe-tln"ea,chtnCroMfhri,Ma"d ?rnl7nt art taken IW' TYPEWRlTLNGaad 4hings that Jesus referred. He used of the pest are nearly spherical. earthly baubles th'-- liad strerujtl.cn the dltcttlon and keep the Ccmimander: Mr, TELEGRAPHY highly figurative language com- though .sometimes .slightly nngltid owing the to develop Acme Lode No 3 T r tho finer capacities for bowels regular. Tlieft tablets are mild HHIHIHBIttMUlK 111, katal mon in the East What St Paul styl- to the pieosure of one .seed walnvt secoi.el tnd fourth 'frlday O. F.. meets enjoyment. !!,'. K",!i"11.1' and gentle In their action and twxxially nlcht In m.rcm'lll. ed "blindness upon Israel" Jesus dein the sessl etipsule. (The surfa'o t.nkluc teitlnf...' .Im SJ j.r tar.tin. n.t ?mKKycre,ar,v'Ii-- n3 D "Happiness," Mw. of jnldd'e ogt and . Uhlo scribed as going Into outer darkness further suitable for BtsrKnl.r now. SiS.S.1Xl"'"a "" Is dull and smooth, ,lie lolor, paid .gray m. .UTH,Ull.(tlK;. Iritis No. Iks, says (page 57),, Joeing the light of the prophecies and "is unselfbvli; there, older. 1'or sale by all deale-M"- - meets second and lmD :n fourth Wed?.,. of the fore It cannot hopes of the Abrahamlc promise or light brownish stray. the elst alone, but refound quires all nidnkliid and thus getting Into, the same 'blind field dodjer or Notice lo hh.iTe It." This L,,!5"r"?L?? and dark condition In which Gentiles with clover Heed.", averaco a little larg:r moie spiritual undei standing ... w- - o: w. no. "te of tlie To the Truj k s and T achors of O'do " , , ,V'J rcinti and fourth .Saturday In general were. The experiences-othan tdowr dodder and thus are Immaterial nature and Consul imina the TJiilver'a" county. o'V'-'Sl!- ' 'Die ellffcrcr.t divliion liturds the Jews during the past eighteen cen- not so eiuJly screened out with tlu cl.rl,. ; c. lghis at unco are called to meet at the following time Wallace? turies Jesus described as "weeping solves uses! by soiflsmen. titamluid frclvs seopo of happlaej-.-hiMeSton MorPn Post No. A. It to destroy the miad ambition to t and places, for the jiurj-o-and gnashing of teeth." flls words of Cectlm; ?to In ue, hovvwver. tlnat will lvniove? flrM" ,n"Vn" SatJfdny befeVro simply signify sorrow, disappointment aie and to have for oncAs telf ami shows teachers for the ensuing jliel year. fofd Mlll.,uy ,n month. most, or all clover dodder J. M. iloeeri, d, ami that hflpplnes-- can live only In giv- Xlvtlon No. 1, Harnett's Creek Church ' and chagrin. s Truly the Jews have had all of these the present) of this doddei seed In ing. Wmid'riicl,'0 mcT' Succeed when everything else faOa. t tho Division No. :', a"onlsvilIe ls to be looked upon as condemning experiences. We nre glad If we see In In nervous proiuatioo and female True happiness never consoi-i- s ntV,. "l--owith UulMlny. weaknessee they are the supreme God's Word a glorious prospect for His the Mock from which It was taken. No woildiy ambitions, jriltes but it Division No. t, I'linJc Stiliool bulldln?. remedy, as thousands have testified. ancient nnd Covenant people. St Paul man vvoiklng for the good of tho agrlcul life purDivision No. t. Mt. I'lcaant. , calls this promise to our attention in ture of his Aountry will know Ingrly pu, spontiine ousiy with noblw a. s. f r. poses anil an unselfish ambition to be Division No. I. Green Hilar. He tells us that such .seeds on Romans xi. j National Officers: th' market. and to do tood. The surest vvav jf Division No. C, CenUitown. God's Covenant with Israel cannot be y. Prcsident-- M. it is the best medicine ever aeM K, When raiment or edsnien aie unable seeming broken, but will be established, nnd over a druggist's counter. happiness tor one's salf, All meetings nixnalled to convene, at Vice President-- .!. that natural Israel shall yet receive to decide Tor thomvehew about tlut then, Is to work Industriously un,d 9 a. m., June , 1S12. State Officers: juercy. Divine favor, at the bands and pres"iioe of dodder iveeds, isam pies houil hopefully at tho task tluit claims ajijillcations All tu.uhe.rs should fUej Ii. M. Kroman. Carroll county. Tres. through the agency of the Church be sent to the IXparimcnit Station at eliy to day, inipllcd with the Socrttary of the division fiom "em"'m,n toumy vice In PrVsItlent. spiritual Israel part of whom have l.elugteui, where they will bo evimlned by the thought, next of the rewind wlilcli lie expects to u.wJi jmlor to the s- - u- - itobertton, McLean county, Sec.- '.been selected from the Jews and home freo of charge. that ma conio lo on.' self, but abuve elatt. Tjctr widuld be present from every nation all saintly. unty, State Orianllier.t0ra", W'rrn run help greatly in reslueing rather of lww much one muy by his bo pontractE may be slfneid. lAH'truHtits suaNB-- s ihm weeeu I Abraham." "Sit Down With tho injuries of dodder, not on,ly by re "cnry .cout'. and Ijit- ,to veiy theeiiness the are uieeel to be pioxnt as Hiiro aro many nrrS,,IPJii contilbuto ...-' SPECIAL OFFER: The Great Teacher declares tbat fusing to buy field seesls in which nre oryanUer. . " MU to kslli H.w lulmt, A UU1 will' c tfenerul stero of groenl In tlie world. things that will be explained ixlative to .while the natural heirs of the lioard of Directors. Ben Watson, Warv vur iriiiau.D( cniwner. do Icier eds, bjit by refitilulng from l.xrni-rfsio.promises would be cast out from county! C. or divink mind. the School work for the mxt year. ren A. . UronkB,M. narnett. Ohio counmie caiiectiM aiaa.iTTuutie.itH.i ty, llI,ardln county, llracken county: It. K. as they hate been catt harvesting olover seeds of Infcisled fleld,s. This higher isenso DJvine favor, liaiilln',.ss More than tver before, the trustee w HI of and J. i'. Dos. ?f y. cot for the past eighteen centuries In When dodder Ls prevalent In eJor or seeks nothing: for one's self, CDASUNTKCB TO PIBE. but be a factor in the cheo work borausa Muhlenberg county, Ohio County Officers: wm the meantime Gentiles from the East alfalfa It Is sometimes w,lsj to cut the ilsUs only lo be made an unobstruet-cs- l he is more rcsjioiihlbie Mention thla Piper. for tho attendance R. L. Stevens, Prcs , Beaver Pam.Ky. nro rlM',nr and Wert, North and South would be crop liefnro the elodder Henry PIrtle. Sec. Hartford. Ky. MAASAAAAAASMWvewwwWMWVW channel thiough iwhluh tlie loving and for the gmerul inaiiaiMnent of tlie D. 1 ord. Trtus., Hartford. Ky. found of similar character to tbe Cen- else plow thu whole gnovvth umlca- - nuj END 1U CENTS turion whoso servant was healed. And put the l.uiel In sxiino other emp, l f'4W activities of the divine mind may he sohool than ivr. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. ....... v mu HW Miajuaj. MIIBfr oprwVd to others. l.t do- s not deHENIty LEACH, Supt. IBiBbUs. aasiBilWa.I IH...- 77 .. " i these would sit down with Abraham, fiatiJicv of diKld r In a fl4ld may isqinutlme Henry Leach. Chairman, Ilartford.Ky. l - .. j naaia. ".. ' a lMSail linal ins BLut ...t..l. n ais. pend on human praise for Its hie at us an..mbss Susm 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hurtforc, irrr!"-- " Isaac and Jacob in the Kingdom, In be comph-t-lJt. F. D. ci.iJlea.ted by Uklns crude , "" rsubSSXL, Ji-It Is now vetill Known itliat not more No, b. C. to work. the sense that they enter Into rest. "Aorlvs for the pure It 2. E. Hartford, fteynojdr, Ky, As 6t Paul declared, "We who believe cuiltollc acid frejy. This kills plants lovo of woik, than one cafe of rheumatism In tour'-(pitn-.3. M, S. 1'attersou, Oluton, Ky. for to ,Uo liappily In4. B. L. Alford. White Bun. Ky. do enter into rest" This is the frame of all sort for a time, but in one any Intorjml Uuatmciit whatever. way In some Is Old useful 1. Itichurd Plumer. Tayloi Mlnn.Ky. test or sitting at ease thnt Abraham, stance of slight ln.fiitu,llon it vva.s nvulo normal state of un as the ihlld of All that it needed is a free application . J. L. Brown, llockport. Ky. Jttaac and Jacob enjoyed. They had use of to (utoniplhlf tlie puipow God, Je.'us, .Mid, ".My Kather weuktli of Oliumbcrlaln's Llnlmmit and nvas.'W. God's promise tbat eventually lie effectively on the i:pcrlincnt hlthtito, and 1 work," nrvl lie ;i"o inc the cart at e'wli iLpjillcatloii. Try twould raise up a spiritual Seed of II. OIKAIIAM. It and seo Iujw tpilekly It will rdlove illustraJitld after that marvelous "Abraham through whom all the famiKnlomologjst and llolanlst, m the ain and Mrent-Hs- . fold by all deallies of tbe earth would be blessed. tion of happy humility serving WMMOm m vi;s Kentucky il.perlui ivt Station. JSorYfiaft& ers, Abraham rested upon tbat promise; nl when lie washed his dUt l.,,'' InuSuau o did Isaac; so did Jacob. And so we When our child lias wlioojtlng couiih feet. "If ye know Uieso tilings, liappy rest in this Divine ussurance that a "blessing will come to ,tue children of be careful to keoji the cough looe and nro ye If "to nlo "them."i of happiness bocomes I Sfriessjfanfifsfrxrfilssi zBOARD) Adum in God's due time;, more than ep.toiatlon easy by ghlns Cluunber-lain'- s The sioret Cough IU'incdy a iniy bo rcejulrcxl an secret to nil who follow his SL'---i .,.-- ,, o this, thus seated, we are resting In the S3.. For In&nti and Children. I'M body Divine promise. To us has come the This liiiiwly will (ilto I'.'iuKy the touyh couusv); "Look away fiom the wonderful assurance that, if we sacri- mucus and jn.iho It cutler to ONpcctor-a'.- into truth and the prhuJp'e TiisKini You Havi Always Bough J ry. jLlFfir. fice our little all of the present life, we iui,l mi- iianrmny in of all iiapplncfs, It hius btcn useid Micccifully Bears the with Messiah In m.mv eiilde.'nies and is safe, and Miro. mortallly. Fliall become Joint-heir- s slwa.dfav'ily ILo'd thought Signature of "lite Kluoifl, members of UJs Bride. I'cr Mlc Vy nil upd Die to the emlurlnv, the louJ, dealer.! Ish-grn- y werl One of tlic lrnvt iWtnwthe found In Kentucky Is a small Itulnnliij? yellow or reddish plant which elamlicr ov r clover and alfalfa, svmrliifr ItsiU of to these plants nnd reiltUlnK thorn Finds Enjoyment Only in Un selfish Giving and Work, Mrs. Eddy's Teaching. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. special attention. Repaired. Ladies work given and and per i up-o- delivered. love-vin- month. rate fi I I I I Circuit Court-- T. Itlrkhead, Judge; Ben I). Tllngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; K. O. Harrsos, Clerk; r. L. Felix, Master ('ommlrloiitr; It, T, Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. II. II lack, Sheriff, Hartford, licputjcs- - s. O JIAKTPOHD, KY. Kesuvn. UesiVe bam, O. 1" Jones, Itoiltf f, Hurt Will praotlco his prefelon in Uiln ford, W. 1' I"arp, Keisme. Court first Aloinliiy In Ulruar.v and urn conn Us. ComuicrcJnJ tliille three Wes ks thud Ale lnlnv In Ami. ami niiJiiinJiiR , tveo weeks, Uillel .Monilny In October and OrnIh.il I'ractico a Specialty, lve vvceles. County Court.-- lt. II. Wi tiding, Jutlgo; W. 8, Tlnsley, Clerk, C. 11. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Couit convenes first .Monday In each month. Quarterly viunittriy Court He gins on tlie fourth Monday in Ktbruary, AUy, .August and Novcinter. . Court of Claims Convenes first TuesHARTFORD, KY. day tn Januury mid flrBt Tuesday in Mtfwp. V. II. HariKW (inl 0. K. SuiiuueT, County Offlcirt-- C. S. MonSey, II, l ,fcurveor. Pordsvlllc, Ky u. SmlUi atimiiincx1 Mint Uit-- Ikivo ifonn-.- 1 I'ernarU .Assessor, Hurt-- , J. partnesli'i) for tilie KTeitl jirnc ford. Ky K. K So. I. lleiirr Leuih, superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. tice of law, esc nit criminal nml dlvwr lllley, Coroner, Hurt ford. casvts Jlr. Smith hiving County Attor-nc- y JUSTICES' COUHTS. is irxrvoi!oel froui iiroctlclns ench B. S. Chamberluln, Hartford. Tueailay after 3rd ilcuuluy In Murcli, Tuesday ar-J- cunt. Mc. Harms tvjll livdlvldtutvlly 3rd Monday In June, Tuestisv in Oiloe 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday Bf.r HarLforel Itvimbliam building, 1 hart-for3rd ilonduy In Dee ember. ,i:- - ,fcco,,, , V" Monday in Cioiuw ell. Wedne-elaafter K.v. Murcii, Wednesehiy 3rd Monduy in June, Wednesday utter ufter Wednesday 'P Monday In Dceeiiil.tr. 0alo County r. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law .A eoii-cn- I Barnes & Attorneys at Smith 1'. er a:ijt d, r, GILLESPIE BR0S.I! Jl-"- a, ... ' c. Attorney at Law .".f- I I 6 u-i-n- y -- ,g ! I J !WWjy K J. NEY FOSTER B Notary Public SB '"" $ - I :iHorseshoeinsf a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. -- uw-be- en m-n- Pm?mm . South-Servi- Martin & McKeimev Hartford, General Insurance t"? W i;?- - '"- . -. I -- KILLthc COUCH the home-grow- le I nt r nt i n. t. &$lX,JrY. Dr. King's New Discovery lWu c'cyj Trt? moa-surln- : . -- la-s- s See-el- s riony i? . s "i" "frlif. '". f ge-- e fsain-pie- l Electric Bitters SEEDS0 25-3- M.tioJa"' Mob-cloni- """ v ., to-aa- y; ksc-- - -- en-li- el B vx-r- e.t.'i-en- s, oj-e- n CASTOR A gnaji QuM iffer aiBBiBB. - rmmm aJ W1BM Skl i & i' yr7eewtAt -- .... r,ij j e. (ZiVt '"f jJ y.""""& " r. -- '2aK& iwni rn 4 m -- , HOME COMING! ! AND REUNION OF OLD FRIENDS AT . i CENTERTOWN In the Beautiful Park on North Church Street on Thursday, fev Hr H . H HH w This park contains 14 acres carpeted with beautiful grass and shaded with untold numbers of giant oaks. Music by brass band and good speakers for those who enjoy same and in addition every effort is being put forth to furnish entertainment for the ones differently inclined. The management has spared neither time or ALL PARTIES WHO ENTER CONTESTS MUST REGISTER money to make this a day never to be forgotten. BEFORE 9 O'CLOCK. 9 A. M. A game of ball will be called between the best teams in the county. A prize to be given the winning team. 10:30. Sack race; prize for the winner. 11:00. Speaking. 12:00. Dinner. 1PM Sncakinfr 2:00. The Centertown team will entertain the winners of the morning game. A prize will be given the victorious team. 3:00. Potato race with prize for winner. 3:30. Balloon ascension. Also one at 9 P. M. 4:00. Prize will be given to the winner of the pole climbing contest. A handsome silk Umbrella will be given to the most popular young lady on the ground, contest closing at 4 o'clock in order to give time for count- : : t ing. Prize for best violin player on ground. 24 Song Books to best class on ground, singing two songs. Prize to largest family on ground. Prize to man bringing most people in one conveyance. I Let one and all Come and Enjoy the Generous Hospitality for f Which this Community is Noted. I I to Eat a There Will BebePlenty by Men NotedandTheirGood Time for AH for Skill iti This Line. will Barbecued The Meats I I No Intoxicants Will be Allowed on the Ground xwtii liiiin i imnni. iii. nmimwICT atrcn innr" r n wn H 111: I II llll :lllll i.Kini kiiki. ninii h m -- m m mmmi v ! i uiikn At-i-d M M MM M H uniiunnii GIVING EVENT! -- M J Eve of July 4th, at M M m M H B B M M H B M H B H B B MHH BMM B M HBH MH H 4 i I wwl. w:: on Centertown Mercantile Co Centertowrv, Kentucky. RFGINS FRIDAY .,..... w Closes - thei INF 71 191? Our buyer has just returned from the city and we are receiving each day merchandise for each department which we have bought at a price that enables us to offer to you new goods at astonishingly low prices. This is not a Clearance J Sale as we are not over stocked with old goods, but what we have to offer is New Merchandise picked up at a X T J bargain. X We shall not undertake to go into details to give you here what we have for you, but ask you to come and be con- vinced. Below you will find a few articles which will give you a faint idea what this event really means to you. i Clothing. J J One lot of Suits at one-ha- lf Shoes! Shoes! Every pair less 10 per cent. Also we have a price on Men's and Ladies Oxfords, Tan's, Gun Metal, Nu- black and Kid that we want you to see. We cleared Ladies Dress Goods. We can give you $1.50 Embroidered inches wide for $1.00 Embroidered Flouncing : : ! T price, One lot of Suits less one-thir- d. In this Department you will find anything you may want. Either the heavy goods or pretty new material for that 4th of July Dress. Flouncim , All new goods as you will remember. up all styles that were not the best in the spring. Same price on Boys Suits and Men's odd Pants. Rugs and Mattings. We have just received a large line of these and ask you to see them. 15 !!.98c And continuesHhrough entire line. -vt i-izm- 75c Embroidered Elouncing 20c Embroidered Flouncing '.' ....39e 10c ....G9c t 1 i J We want you to visit our Enamel and Tin Ware Department. Here yon will find articles of rare va'ue as we have spent a great deal of time in der to have a real treat for you. We have 1 2 gallon Buckets 10c. Blue and White Dish Pans 69c. Preserving Kettles 69c. And 1-- dviaidi a ivti tpiivt viAfcc: 10c or- - Everything that Caoi Be Had for 5c and we Have It. CENTEPJOW MERCANTILE INCORPORATED, CO X CENTERTOWN, -- KY, I 44441 i i