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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912. ItmU upon tlio h'Uh r- - COMPANY H. INVITED BOARDS OF EDUCATION nndo many frleruU during her short STAV. SAYS lOIINO.V Cov JiihniHin In hltopenln iollr n iiplirnlid to tli'i deleitcs to hUio' in the fllit wlilch they luid Jiomum. TIiIm Im ii olemn imiohIhii." ho to'il tilt til, "llM It WIM III It lllnllt Wjiell WO for nomination met to tender tlio Tho PieshUlit to Tlieodnre ltioevi'lt. tlnio for ntllon 1km come. Let iu l"i;ln to net, rntlur thun to wii'to our tlmu In tiUklnj;." Mr. (Airfield sild It wan rrill'Ml thnt the evtremo care niurt be tukn In orKanl7-i.tlfof the, movement. Kich Stiito. ho Mid, mu.it work nut lit bun orjiiilzitlon and .ulipt problem of ltclf to ho lnut which Rovcrno tlio K'.lcutlDii of inndhlntia for the ileo,totnl college. "It" would bo Idle for us nt thl time." he continued, "to attempt lo even tliu outline of n method of orK.mlzi-tloAM wo enn do now I to aoM niul tinlv an appoal HiTloii.H inlitakt.ii uhlth will bo luiird by al,I nerloufl 111311 imd women tlirounliout tho country.' whlo'i Mr. Uarflibl made a motion wan tulopteil, Ulrcctlrir Gov. Johnson of nov.i. tho oonimlltco to apiMihit To Gov. Juliiuton's decl iratlon th it this ait Ibid me.int tho bllth of the IMtty, ho uddtd: TO GO TO OWENSBORO On TO MEET MONDAY PARTYJJEDICATED Gathering of Over Five July 4 to D9 Patrol Duty-O- ther To Discuss New Hartford College Building Building Modern for Items About Our Soldier Boys. I Hundred Men. Roosevelt Wanted. . Nil ltev. A. 11. Oardner and diughl' r.An, will leave I'rldiy to vLs.lt rulatltcs near llochester a fow dajs. Mr. O. L. Shultz tnis In town Alou-di- y on his way to Loulstllle to attend tlio tonchtra association. Miss Kittle Ithcxks, of Princeton, spint the week end In touti Miss Atjrl .Miller will o to I'llncc-toto ppend a few d.ijs. Tiie-sdu- SPURNED OFFER OF NOMINATION Teddy Could - Have Been -- i Sanctions Selection of Bandanna Handkerchief as Party Emblem. Cli'rKO. Rntnlvp" iitvIlcfl.Ul HI.. ' of In Uio presenilis perhaps flto hundred men, some of them rwfcigTilzed loader "of tliu ltueiiient. incre'y onlookers, tlin first forma' othr Johnson, sfep was Liken. Gov. Jllriini of California, was eiiilmwored ti appoint a vtinmUtru of evon number to eon. with Col. Jtinwicll .nut forniul ito f.-- r pnrtj', today. The Juno born lust iilnht "I'm. was a f - of n ntw party'" aul.l Qoi. Johnson, uIk.ii thiwu,s tlnno. stwidllv Is KitliiK VTJw iiiotcuiiint uhiad ' Kild Jiiini-- R. iliirfleld, of olil , "Thi-i-. who think IhLi Is h fiudi In the lull tro mWt.iki'ii." In the opinion of tin- Jtt.iiIiTii.tlio li ' jwrty enter tho flM with 11 forinlil iblo s - ! f action. I Lore I" the hlrlli slllp'Hllt Ui.it 1.1 Tilt to Jo liMiiUTH.howfxor, S.llll , lni took a the tui'ti pirt In tho campaign for ial Kolfltlll'4 Humiliation, l.ull lllUMt MplMk fur h'. nself. To s"m meeting was hobl In the head. llim.ti t liuirtirs of tin- - Niilloniil ('nimn'tlve under tlio dlrtictloii of t!i support?! most prominent Roosotnlt wlio i til not loft town, scalesl nt .Mr wwiiLible with Gov. Joint-urClifford l'lncfiot, Got. SUibhs. Curft-il- . AUCormlck, of AliUU of K..nsm, Clapp, ofMlnnl-tmt- a. Chicago, "nil - ' ItULI.I'.lt DELEGATES Tlir.l:E lml were u tin- Suattfri'il through large number of Eoosetclt to tli lb publican Natbinul Comcn-tlois well as some of tli.- - "ittcun to wliojn neats welo rolliir" de'cwatcs refius .1 It wiia liuimsslblo to iso.rt.iln jirojMirtlon of tlio full n hoiv Urge l:oiseiIt strength nt tho lonvontlon It was Mb I although tin which Hnt tli.it ncarlj cm ry Sta,te llooscvclt tlilegitro to Chbugo I'.mI If share of men there.-- ' BANDANNA THi: llATTI.i: I'UAO. wa handkerchief bandanna The Adopted ius tin' "Ilitnsetclt li.ittlo fill." iliwt of tin) delegate wore flaming tiatulannns tied around their arms ani others .wore distributed ihy tho hundreds to the crowd. Tlio Uiiukinna, It win) explains), atainlii for the (Plain Jho1o ivlio or.llimrll.v imo thcin. "We'rq ill jikiln jkI)1o hero and tlilx 1 a movement of tlio pJaln nrie." m'd one of tlio doloxativi. Col. Ilooacvelt khvo lila wmotlon to the "batt'e flnB" by iippeurliiK lnt iiIrIU with ano In IiU IiojmI, whWh hv wael to the crowd on the Htroot. lllmlimirlH ter, Mrs. Luncworth. wore u ImihUiiiii.i I on her hat. JOHNSON DISCLAIMS WJADr.USH!!' "1 nm nut ui;tln us tho leader of thin tiiovommt." said Gov. Jolumton w lion tho 4ueetlns of deli'K'iitcH luul bom vuUoil to o order. "Tlio uitlvo lnuler mmitt imui from u moro wcimwU'Io Stn,to lit tit iCallfornlu. I uin mcro'y iiietln(u ehnlr-:nn- n of tlila ineolns, nt iwliloh Monro to Imsln on tho road which IiuiIh to pulltlc.il froculom." Jutlso Hon. li. WndiH'y, of Danvor, J.TBA.M dcb-git- e n. lttino-.Tat- 7l uruo. "Surely theio eun ibo, iu) inoro wilemii ooi anion thun tliln one." ho ald. "Wol ro iKtnntiu; on Sunday, u Brifit new . bii-s- in i movement. I bollevo tliAt mo hIiouUI It by nk.ln tho Kuldanco of Hint for ujiom we tire hero." .VncillO STAUTH I'rfAI.M. o Dr. V. II. Mlxoji. of SoVnm.AU., n m-pr- c'ertfmin and a ilaaoelt Kiito Mho do'o- - r I was exclude! fiom tho ! bosun to roclto tho publican jusalm which bei;liia: tlMm 'Tlie I.owl la My Hlnherl." rftleatca iu oao and l epcutod It w Ith ,hlin. 'by Dr. Mlxon followed, rion.o A onu be.m to hIii "AiuorU'u." und In u moment tlio otheiu wore wliwlnit. I'lu nieijlni: Hit In itmtrwit U the upiour-Iciu- h ones which Jmd boon In Id In tho Xiiio rcwim whl'o the contention u In sjsjflun, ' There wuj io choerlnj; or lumdulap- plnir. tw cry or "wit '"m nllvo Teddy. Tho oUmnlly of tho oooaalou which wivi .believed to slunulUe tho birth of the uow Jirn-je- Southern Delegates Would Have armory for Cmniimny II Ibis be. n A miss minting of the citizens of Big Judgement for Back Taxes. the Hartford srured and l.leuttnitit Shown hid Tho Owensboro Inqulrtr bujs: wis held nt tho vourt houe Changed But Wanted Fraudproperty transferred to It S,iturd it Monday night Attorney Pate Whlttlnglilll of this after the Christian re Interest In theompiny lw;an to'ncrca" vital services to rilscust the matter of city bus Lyon ulent List ot Delegates. returned from Imtnwll.iti'ly and on StUurd-i-y nftcrn'Kin the erection of n ih.iv building for Hurt-for- d count j' wlure he has been engaged In g eljtht recrultH were enlbftnl. The building Cqll-u- e. up Uhe, largest slng'e fiv cate Tho meeting ttius well uf. work-'isoeurefl Is the properJo of Dr. C. J. tended, and it appeared to he t'.u that the State has had for some time. Cleveland, O., June 25. A new part Rhode and wtib lined .several ytars .lira opinion' of ctery one tliat something Mr. WhlttlnKhUI for Auditors Afwnt from tho ground up Is tho Roosevelt for the Kimi! purpo" bv "old Co. G,' slum Id be dono at once toward the Earl H. Huntsman of Scottstltle, has program. Col. Roosevelt has decided to which was cointnniided by Cant, 3. O. erection another bulblltrg ito take l!u brought suit against lite netate of L. cut entirely away from the party with Keown. In addition to n Jarso drill hall, place of the brick structure, wlilch was P. Etvald for back taes for the which his whole public career has heei a fjjeidld property room with tin destroyed by fjre recently. of 1906 and 1907. Identified. , office room Is also set urcd, aiul The meeting was presided oter liy Ho", Kwald died In 1909, .worth over "Tlure must bo no compromise, ucllUles, sj.lendlil livluce. II. P. Taj lor, with these deposit He had on in St. Col. .Roosevelt said. who ,uas ekoted cliatr-- 1 000,000. t. inniitM ure offiretl to iouiik men to man orr;ne meeting, toim tttre madci ir. Louts banks oter one and one half As an Indication of his dotermlm-tloJudge J. S. Glenn, Attorney M. I.. millions of dollars which had not been ho said that when he"roturned to The bulldlni; will b wired for electric Heal rln. Hon Krneat Woodward, Itov. y'. taxed. Air. Whlttlnglilll Indus- Oyster Bay has hj wo,uld communlacta liKhts, this week, and u Ka'lir rl'le H. Wright, ITof. II. K. Drown and triously worked up the case. with a number of Democrats, who, ho quiirter-master- s' ou' fit Jnitnlletl this wink'ind the of thought, might wish to Join tho County Supt. Lir)i. Tho The Co'umhla Trust lompanj, new ttho ad.ilreo" jiroperty arranged for Isnue lo od the meeting seemed to le In fat or Louisville, administrator of the EwalJ party. the inn at Si'urdiy nlKht drill. Whlttlnglilll of Uio Idea of irer.tln.rn flncFuhool build-lli- g estate, has asreeil with With the first plans completed and Tho officers In charge of the Cumpiuy thnl would lie n credit to the cltv as to the amount of the Jmlsiincnt, and his leaders scattering to all parts of uoosi:vi:i.t itNKurrj.i:i). exrovt n sre.it tU.il more fiithustism of Hartford, and well In ke"ilng of tlw the country, Col. Iloosqvct the this amount will be git en when "I lime uatvliml Theuiloni i:oicv',t. anions th- - men now .tli.it the (Joinpniiy Taxes, himself as pleased with the ouitcomo of on lAlondaj-- , long refutation of Hnntfoid ns a .honl case ls cal'ed Thlt ni.'ini more to tht 111111 in t'10 lias aihijuito iitiirtors, ns heretofore penalties costs, will amount to the contention wcik, altliousli it was and and literary center of Western Ken. you. And there has be"n Jlttle Inducement to other riHiin than to mo or nearly 115,0(0. tucky. unexpected to him. ' yet, diirhiK tlio lutt week, when we Ibive for enlistment, It was He said he had a mxpd of tltat tho County letters to I10001110 Irritated ntul were uniblo Tlio kas on tho rifle range, whlo'i Hoard f IMucatbin would probably be and telegrams Letter to a School Teacher. from nil paits pf tho iisrii'.lie hat kept .liN sereiilty.iwon when Is lorattil two inlb's nnrtli.it tKt of gi.id to tilth tho H.ititforl Dew Aladam: I understand that ou country, from both Dem'ocroits nnd Re-- t wo oprcmd our foilliuw ln Liusiuje Hartford, has been tinproied b the Wd Hoanl of IMuoatlon ilii ithc erirctlon of a hato been engaged to tench our school publicans, offering nuipport. puhlimtlo'i. Drputtinent, fit for which wat not jir.il constriVLtlon of the new building, slneo It is Imperative The Republican nomination for Presiand as a parent solicitous for the wel Ill th mlilit of It all ho neier lost hit muse will likely biln tho flrt of net l that a county high Bchoo.li ,le was Ii'et at fare of his chlldieii, I Indulge the prltl-- dent, Col. Roosevelt asserted, Kpirlt. l'"or tha weok bin fighting lour.iK"', It Is hoped th it the iiompiny ,. the counts scat of e.u'h lounty. A mogo of Hilling jour attult'oii to uspecli! for tlio asking on the day tha.t Prosl-nay this revert nt' line of God- -I will dntilope n rlClo t"am which bo tion was earrkd that ti eonmiltte' meet duty of jour protesslon. The State In- - dent Taft was nominated! He declined caniKit we hive oiiiithliiK of tills fls'il-liu- r la wlnnir In the ULite shoot .to be hld with the County and to tvluit do'-d- , certifies your iiuoillflcatlon for the to accept it, ho said, on the terms unmdrlt of his? at Hirltngton lite this .summer.. they wo'uld do in the matter. This llterarj- - training ot our children, hut .It deri which tho offer was made. 11 minhore and ther" "We iiiiw iw I.atc tvituribi) nlglit l.lcut Shown was lomposid of Jul,i; back to Ojster Bay, tho J. S. Is to a larger responsibility I wou,bl call "On 11 'DutP W hat diteu I 01 1 Goternor. an Imitation from the Owensboro Glenn and CoJ. C. M. Jlainctt, formetly jour attintlon. former President gate a glimpse In,to of un to o Liwlgo of i:k.s to bring tilihity niattti' There 'aro ciiousli nnnfmrs of the last day 'of As a. parent 1 miut for a iperlod en- tho secret history forwnrd. If wo e.in sot thexplrlt of thN of Comiraiii II to Owivliorti on July 4, membtrs of tho Bo.ird of Education; Major James II. AVUlUims, Mr. John T. trust the nioru.1 training of my children the convention when it was apparent It no inure doubt of .hi to do putrol duty d(t the Aviaon mm, thtro SUiore apd County Attornej C. V.. Smith. to-jour clmrjre and at the peril of tliat tlio tide ot tho battle had turned result than there Is that w o aru asi.'Ji. metlii. l'.iy with subslstejiie tins It was also totJ tKit the Hartford offending I shall outllno my nation of reslstlesslj' against lilm. It was a plan e, at 11 time offend and every bleil in nolenin conel.it mmber In iittenojincu Board of Kducalion meet with to seize control of tlio convention at 's j'our dutj- - In this reflation. of crlils In the hlilory of tlil ureat at drill etpresstd a ilralre to bo T'l" move, County Ho.iril at its meeting on Monby a sudden Honesty, Industrj. politeness and a the last moment our rcirt In the Wet. nutter will Im doubled nation. Wo will do lion tomorrow day, and Chairman Tajjor was Included rigid respueit for the rights of others overturn tho Taft majority and make You of others nectlons must do jour'. night. us a member of tho commltUe to vlalt aro Marts of the dally training of mv Roosevelt tho nominee. The only thin.; Is, bo not nft.ilil." Men who h.uo hi! 3 months military this hoard. This Is the story as he told it: children at home, but In jour school A.s ho was about to adjourn tho inio.. sort loo In the St.ito or us.. nuy enlist Early Saturday morning a groupo of the-jcome in con,tact tilth other eli K.ito nros.. with tlio and Je traiusportenl to liuj' Soiitlnrii hur the compiny arTo Receive Stock at Hartford. children whose training In these princi- delegates from Southern States tuKitestlon that tho niw jmity nhuM ind receito Fedi ra jeij. ranged a private Interview with Col. The American Socktj- - of Lijulty Stotlc pals niaj" hate been ni"gle.teel. be chrlnlennd then und there Jlr. O irThey told l!m they had Committee will ship stock fiom Huitford The true Intention of education Is Uoosctclt. fl Id oppoiod tho l;ka, kijIiis; ithat ilil Glad He's Unmarried.' come to offer hlm the nomination. on July !. fitting the student for thi moral as well uiittir und all olluis .should b) left to L"lngton, Ky Juno 23. Letlngton h u llft them of tlw Tiiaso who hate stock to ship will as itho Intellectiul elements of citizen- They had with which tt "li tho natlimnl coiiten,lloii as a Kiieat a dUUngulsheil foreign vtslt-o- r please notlfj- - the committee. known Roosevelt delegates, and stated ship. The one lesson begun u,t home proposed to call within 11 few woekt. In tho of Count DaTopor.mul- to speak L. B. TIQHKXOU, that I would Impress upon the mlmla of that they were authorized Tho n.inie I'mwriitslte l'arty nut moit tlmlllloimlro member of tho Austmll in nofor a block of Taft delegates who Wor , H. T. POItTUIl. by constanit mjrelte,ro(tlcn children In'fator, but no action w.is taken. bility, who Is tLsltlng Dr. Julan S. L. STCVENS. i that of respect for the rights of qthers willing to swing over to Roosevelt a monds. Count DeTopor Ls now a rupture la tho party- - The Committee, Social disorders, local and unltersal, ML PLEASANT. delegates, resbkut of London, but Jbis recwnMj- - ae- they as arises from the neglect of this pnlncl number of these Juno 20 Wo hail a nice .ruin here Sun. iUliV)d largo holdings In Canada. Owing' sured Col. Roosevelt, jwas large enough BEAVER DAM. pal. The one principle Invllvcis 'lioncsty. to the lieai y burdens of the Inheritance day nUlit. Tho farmers are greatly Misses Kula and Eff lo Alulhall entertain truUifulness and faithful service to to nominate him or any cither candi. might name. on nivount of the rain tluy Li Liw In hb ivitlve coumtrj-- Count Do- - ed at Book Thursday evening. Quite a those ttho have a Just claim to our date lie provision One Col. was are all done setting tobacf.-- und planting Toor Is now seeking to transfer prao- - number wero present nnd all report a services. If the natural passions named. of tlcally all of his wealth to America. nice time. corn. Roosevelt continued. It was that ho the child are allowed unrestalned years old and Air. EUls O'Bannon. of Central City, Airs. Log I a Amos nod Uttlo dauglitor. Tho count U 'tweuty-eltffrom the may must accept tho nomination a literary eduoaMon Thelina aro tlsltlng friends und rela-- . liumarrJcd. was In town Sunday. actually Increase itlie (means for excosslte convention as then composed, and nut Uvea nt McHenry. Insist upon the removal ot the seventy-eigWio will soon lieive a new flouring mill Indulgence. Generally the delgeates who he contended wero Mr. and Mrs John Campbell, of Uoslu', NARROWS. onntd by a number of farmers In tho f the Individual Is found In the first tlslto;l Mr. und Alt. Dudley J.eah SatMissns Flfflo and Kdlth Duke spent la.it surrounding countrj-- . Air. J. H. (Tlioniaa dozen years, and since many parents fraudulent before he .would recognlzo-anurday tiUjht and Sunday. act of the convention. will Ie manager. uiek with their sister, Airs. ,A. It. lack, from their own untoward entlron-men- t, f Bald Air. ami Airs. J. W. Taj lor. The delegates told lilm, he said, that Air. Alorton WlUJams went to Greeni the fitness for their proper moral Knob, tlslted the .tatters parenUi, Air. Air, 1'. L. Sandeifur was In KordsvUle ville Sundaj'. training of tholr children the fluid for their .band would stand together on , and Airs. John Leach Sunday. on business Wednodaj'. Mr. Curhy Park, of AlcIIenrj-- was In useful service Xor the teoolier who the roll call for the presidential nomiA1Ik,s Mario Smllh spoilt 4.wt week for i Sirs. Guy StiuUtler aivd children tisjltel town Sunday. properly appreciates his opportunity Is nee, but that It would he hojxJess with her cousin. Alias Geneta her tiLstir Alns. Lizzie Bean the end of Miss Aline Qulnn .went to Hopklnstllle a wldo one, Whllo urging "you not to them to attmpte to combine with tha Miss LIU Smith, of Solect. and AU'a hist week. , Monday to fjiend a few dajs. neglect llie moral training of my o. n Roosevelt minority to unseat the sev- enty-ejgLiach, aunt Allss Ploy Tujlor. delegates. IK'lora was In Horse Dr. W. L. Uuvjace you baseball rans ghoutd have children I am no less Interested All In Col. lloosevelt said ho (Informed these, of Horton, bpent Sunday at Mr. John Branch Prlday ami Siturdaj'. been hero Suturday to seo Morgantown your performances of the foiuo duty to. L'och's. Allsscs Monnle and Cecil White tlslt- and our hoys play some close name. It ivuid the other pupils under jour care. emissaries that it lie should he nomiMrs. Siiphta I hitler, who lias been on ed Allss Atomtlo Belles AlcDanlel of looked llkoawulk ovir for the littler Aly children aro neither better nor nated under these conditions lie would no tho sick 41st for pome time, is fatunluj- - ami Sunday. county buneli with u score of 2 ito 6. un- worse than my neighbors' children, but not accept the nomination. bettor. Allss Cletlu Siiu,Uz, of .huU.town. t til tho eighth Inning. Our boj-- s took a to moral trulnlnjr must be added moriil He told them to go to tho delegate. Airs. Selby Snndetur oivl son, of Me and brlivr visiting the family of Mr. J. T. ShulU bitting "iplU"' and tied tlio score. Then association to produce lasting results. whom they represented Henry, uio tLsltlng her huslMiid'w par. tliis week. a pitchers battle begun In dead ernest In addition to constant general cure I back to him a pledge 'signed by tltlrty agreeing to combine with mils. Air. nnd Airs. W. V. Saiukfur Mr. und Airs. Call In Loyal, Lchols, whhih ended In tho olcvcntili sesalon would suggest .that at least twice a delegates, Air. and Aire. A. T. Stowart aro the visited relutlies here Suiulaj-- . They tvero with Beaver Dam In the load. Tho would dot ate a. few (moments the Roosevelt delegates and make tho week jou sirl, horn ucconipanled liome by Air. Lojal's sister. again to proud parents of an all over of hath teams did nios,t excellent to oritil Instruction In tho elements atteiirt to etait tho 10th. NeedU'iis to say Mr, Stowart Miss Lula, who will visit .them or work. Thoriie and Hlanktnslilp for Biiiv that go to make up that charooter organize the convention and to unseat Is all smiles. contested delegates. ' short uiille, or Dam a ml .Taj lor and Leach for Jlorun tluit maans so much tob oth the chil- tho seventy-eigMr. John I. Uatze, who lias llveit in Mrs. O. L. Shultz Is visiting hor jtiath. town. Tho Butler bojs hate la imost (which The attempt tolled. dren themselves and the soclqtj in died or, Mrs. Htnes, this week. Col. Roosevelt sold tliat a ponildor-abl- o this coiiuniintnly for about f.0 , team and won from our ,boji two they live, a work In which 'you will b ) near MIki Isabel Thomas visited friends In weeks ago at Moorantawn. number of signatures to the pledge at the homo of his "casting bread upon the .waters to be was obtained, but that It had proved Simmons June IS. He ,wlll bo Knutely Whitest Ule last week. MUsins Ilessle Williams and Orp'U gathered muny dajs henco." Impossible to hold a sufficiently larjro misled among us. Alls,s Ilcnfrow Is isjiendlng the Steiens entertained at "nook" iWcdneir. J. II. TIIOAIA-S-. part of tlio delegates In lino for tlio slngliitf aohool closed nt this week with her a,lstor, Miss Bessie, of ent and all report a splendid time. The Narrowa. Kj'. courso ot action pluco Sunduj', ttlikh liias Jeen tfoltur on Louisville, this week. ujxon which ho In. Airs. Harry AIoiuoo und children rei slsted to glvo It tho cluifnce of suocosj. for, about 10 .weeks. Wo aro nil wirry to Allss Maude Shult, who Jvw engaged turned Monday from u inontli's sojiuurn People Should Guard have our teacher to leuto us, ! the fall tei in of school, will begin iteoch. at Lobanon, Tcnn. Against Appendicitis Suit Over Ten Barrels of Cora. lug curly In August, Mr. and Mrs. HarJoy Qulnn were Carlisle, Kj- - Juno 25. With ten ibar. Hurtford people who have stomach Air. and Mia. J. II. Thomas ami chil,Tuo.sViv a "miscellaneous uliquor'' A. S. of E. Notice. against rels of corn In coutiotersj between Jerao dren tlslted Iu Wililtcsvlllo Sa.turd.iy iiftetnoon. They rtceltxd a numhev of and bowel trouble should guard tGrct'iv Illter Dlatrlut Union ,A..S. of i:.. appendicitis by taking simple buckthorn I'lshuack und Perry Wund. two fannertf, und Sumbij'. beautiful prccn,t. In lejsular aosslon ut Kord-vlll- o will moot tho nt batk, gljcerlne, etc., as compounded In the fifth trial U ibolng hold la AlUs Mary Stein ant entertalneil oi( Thursday July Ith, at n. mt Adlor-l-kt- t, SioeUl the Qurnuin appendicitis rem Quarterly Court hero before In honor of Air. und Mis. Hoi tie Poultry in Irelaid. All liK'ul Unions In the District tthould Judge Samuel Holmes. 1'iUUUick bought IMultry mUlng Is un Important Indu."-tr- y Qulnn Tuesday ot cuing. Quite u num- edy. A SINGLK DOSE relievos sour be roprmente'd by at Jc4vt one doloa-iteulwu stomach, gas on tlio stomach and constl-natio- n a pen of com from Ward und In Ireland. Iu the year 1909, In ad- ber enjojed the otenlng a ml all nrmber-- s ut lounty executive INSTANTX.Y because (this simple measured scleral monl)is ufccrwunl. Ik consumption, 11,171.-9J- 3 .Alias Alta rhftllpa. who U visiting iAIIss board dition to the homo boards, lutfethir with DUtnlct dlgestlie or. alleged to have fallen shot t. ,WJio olia'l worth of iwultry and 1S,W3,S6I worth Sophia Williams, will kuve Krlday for mixture untlsoptlcUea the members should attend thU oontcintlon. alleged shortage U the quei-tlo- n Industry her iiome at Stanford, 111. Alius Phil- guns and draws off thu Impurities. Ohio stand the of etnas were xiortd, and the J. II. HOAOLAND, I 'res. hi litigation. , Drug Company. lips is a mout excellent lady and h& County Is beltetcil to be lnurexsins. S. B. UOIIBUTSON. Sec'y. A new a? i Chosen Nominee. ,ji air- - -- lit u',it n. $- -- e'l-lN- n, of-f- er il 1' Ho-ir- poi'f-mltt- his-Ma- y 11 11 - per-sn- n Me-C- lj I ht ht Hen-fro- Kaj-me- ht Olu-to- n, bat-terl- es i ht lt-- D '' . r I NEW KENTUCKY LAWS IN EFFECT i , , List of the Most Important Measures. -- "" ' You Will Have to Do a Lot Things in a Different Way. .. in va-Vn act ntaklnst it - von ir.in. a Mony f"r any An net to mitvl 4ivjs- - of to ailmlt t to tlw rale of pers, ?uauto. ny f male under Uie nge of ! oir intoxksauna-- ii.'.or and fJxInff the p mCty 'therofor. j Kntw-kto th An fir! r"'otr jr.. An act to nmrol " of I stai liimri of DnW 1 ahrip' r l, of Artkiio 2, rexukitht; th irjtic of lnttttry. Kentucky SUiUitcs, ivJatln to circuit ' for tlio enfor-oAn net t provkl . .o I heir! of female?. In onl'T to stfeatwrd rwrtainlra to MUsj" of ti- l- flrM cla. An act to anVifiH An twit ."lUtW fr health. empower tho Hoar of An aot to Uvj ff')vwnmit for cltl-- s of th flrt I'lnc Trule-- of frad'.l noliooU rlvn. rW- - umlrr spfs"iil hcarters to levy a . for An net to nnvn.l and rvit'nsf matnCiininir. tlon s;. KiiUi'kr Sttuv. dv- i tlon An act provMlnit for th fwtn.ry f Slitt. ! th . to tv tMrt An act to im?tvl .''"stlon Sis . K"' pf wlne dylns of cholera or n'Jt r l s - The Jelly-Maki- ng Fruits. Children Cry for FUtcLW's t"r run .... dt-a- e. lioul 1 not li oviirlp. I'rult for Jolly ntmy fciilurvs mny be tr.wol ito lt use j I sfssSi.n nnd two JtnUe.. An act o amend S utlons i7. .?.' of PUUIT juici: JKI.I.Y WITHOUT tho Kntucky Statnt., relatms to , Insane The Juk'o of plum and crapes hn tlw mIp of opium An ;t to Cnstorl.i Is harmless snhstltuto for Castor OH, Pnro-Borl- c, is pleasant. Drops nnd Sootlilntj Syrups. or its ilerlvatloiu or any admlsture cook'il to the projer knMt (will form n. Jelly. Jlut the Jiroduct l of slrotvt Civ or An ooncernlrs contains neither Opium, Mnrphlno nor other Narcotic? apprnl ilarch I 1U9. rn.-in- Infirm,actd'sbVd or nnnultlc" of ai"!, thereof. destroys "Woriiu In very dark. Jly the use of Miijir tlie stit'.stancc. Its nj;o is Its guarantee. rtlr ! sentence tin I An act to rcwut.ito tlw ass,snmenT, nnd to Indeterminate nnd allays Fcvcrishuess. For moro than thirty years cltb-- s of the flrt &c. t pledge, montirase ind other tmns-fc- r quintlty of Jelly Ls much lncris..lnJ site I.iro!. lias been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, An .let to furUior am rul an lit t! of ai! or iild In the required dfiialty Is atUUii- -l lwf.ro for lnt"rchinse Flatulency, "Wind Co lie, ull Teething Troubles and An act iiroMliu? Kenan act for the benefit of the Diarrhojfi. regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, part evaporation lias so pvesened the iUin(i'y tlie future w lien the vvliolo or Hji-f tnfi.a5' tr.inmlwlon tucky Children's Home ojlty. assimilates tho Food, glvlnir healthy and natural (deep. of the con.sldi ration Ls a tiin of money of Juice. AvcrJUu; to ejerimeiits nilj Jel'jOeone wimpanlMf. In tlie Cnlvenslty of Chfv.iKo. li tUivor An ,ict to esUiblNli n State Hoard of of 1.S3 Tho Children's Pauucca Tho 3Iothcr's Friend. ormlr.i-tlon- , linn 13D. An ajt to provide for th duttjs. lt l"ortry and thus t oltltvi of tfv fifth the fruit was mast apiurnt In An uct roii'Jn .iiilpment, armament, etc. Jellk.s made with u "iniall quuitlty of class and r,peaUnK S'tUn 'Ml. and srovtrnnvnt of the mllltla of t!ie siucar. The cost of the Jellli.s was the An act a;iriprlritln? money for Statute". ami amending Clmpter SI of tin? Slat where a lare proportion of tunr epstlon of bulld'rufs and other J An act to amend an act entHI-s- l an Kmlucky Statutes. was usel. In ordinary practice ..U-.i- pait utm the "" State j,i-lait to Incorporate the Kentucky u Ail net to crevste anJ by mea-suments of fruit juk-- and sujrir ' uround.i. Home. an'I provvdlttv for parVm-n- t of l'utll.-- IPkhIi and crcatliu prevent tli tliertof, appiov.-- l .Mutvh ure u.ol. ".sv3a.tln3" An nrt to of tin- office of Stat" Oimnil-udoiie- r for 1. U'M l'JtKI'.U.IXG THK JCICK. I'ublic Uoad, prescrllilro? tlio duties an I prooof.s of prisoners undr arrest cmpn.atlon th'Tefor, and creilliis the the o!iari?e of crlm- -, and controlllnrf An uct to amend an uct of Uio Gen- - In preparing the Juce of bem.s they 19, approved (March eral Assembly the ndmlss'on of vld nee, to. may beJieatin co'tlmt the Juice will fio-ij'.aV road funl. An aj;t to authorlz) tlie Auditor and V.tts, relatnbj to chlUInn ho nr- - nmv freely, then crushes! and poure Into a Iliilii" An act cri.tliu; a I'.ir.;ntnl. for th- - payment of the de- or may hereafter heuom In countl " to prold CoinnilMsion ilindent. Jelly Ku; .to drain. When Inoe-- t of th.. and School neaeloedl. of contain.! oltlos of the first class an I ficit oicuslontd by the Hus. Juice lias run throiii-put nnotlierr to prohibit the lncurr'iii' of An aut to ajnend an act entltbsl an empowering 1'lv.il Courts to levy i under the has and prise, u well. THC CtWTHUH COMFHT. TT WUKWAr TCIT, NtW TOWK CITT. aqt to establish a J.itreau of vital tux to raise funU for Hie purpose of debt by BiIJ Institution, u!c and TJiIs last Juice mu.st b cooked vurate!y A;e. a penalty. as the Jelly from It will be th! act. cloudy. An act creatine the Hainl of K luci-tlo- n An act to amend Chapter lis, Ar'l-u'.- e I'lum-s- , Kni'o-y- , appk-f- , An act iirovilin-- i for the .supplying io., riiu!re a Hi, ttlasi, proSt ituten, preliminary ioklmr Jo Carroll's Kentucky far cities of tlie of ruoords of the County Hurxe-yotJie Julie. ibyitb)n thereof," viding LA de- - relatlns to noiimU. for the offley uIhth the .sune tvnd Care must be not to overwork. flnlnw tlie powers, "to. The county unit bill; nn aot to prohib, bnrirnJ, mutilated or destroyed. WIIV THK SLV.AJJ l.J HHATKl). An act dus'naUiw the method of it the use of public diinkhiK pup an I An act to tlie duties of the Ls When cane nuc.-iissiked In the GUARANTEE you a ponttlon ir you County Survejor in oniintlos contain "1 otlns a pirson to out In tlw ah.nee the act to p nsiou Confeilerate us roal noon. We nood tunny moro s Ireenco of an in Ul a Jeirt of It were also j as.d. population, and of the County Julu. ut onco to supply the onortuoun demand Irut more Uuin Invert sUKiir, atvl iLs -- wefteniiw w- -l for our (rraduated. Ad eoon as Wo gut tho required An a?t to amend an act entitled an tj provide cornjiensatbin lor them.. number of at udenta thin olfer will bo withdrawn. So 'e.s.senwl, f.Tr this t it is wrlto at onco for particular. Foils a Foul Plot. ill oviTiiln-- ; aut for tli- - government of cJtleis of act nnd An i When a shameful plot e(sts b 'tween to uill the uar vvhUh has a Kol's"l"l surxt-- of Kentucky nnil Eourtli class. liver and bowels to cau.e dlstre. by re- ed vtry hot in the oven lo the Jul An out to mhke an appropriation rixnovini' th pr.vn.t (survey and mu -after It ha.s tlie bollhv; ikIii souurln' the b!rUi!aet of .Wftisoi fusing to act, take Dr. KInk'.s X. vv Life seum from J.xIiwton to Frankfort. Tho Jelly to ibe finishes! then In to .Te:Ue the Tentli Judicial I.nl.s, anl eis ctins thereon a sultab'e I'llls.and end such abuee of your vstem. An They sentiy comp-'- l rUht action of three to five titlnutia. COLLEGE to Include Maileulfe memorLil. ho nn ti-- st OCO, VV. HCHWAHT. stomach, liver and bowels, and roi: ji:i.i.v. J llstil'-i- . e'ounty In s.n An act to prrjtld for tlie use of dN-trHINClPAl. rHTAncxmiRn mn rxUISVirtK. KY, your health and all good feelings. - at Jelly that i.s eiverworkod Je om-- so.ni -n t schoolliouses out of suliool An act for the benefit of Mrs. all UrusLstM. m strlnuy mther lliein of a t ml r what defining Uromvvoll. An act public roads, firmness, for this reason c ire Is nes. I n a:t to amend Article III., Clu.p-le- r for their ntablWunent, regulaI In checking the cookhiK to Just Wonders of Surgery. THE tion and eonstrUDtion and creatltu ii, of the Kentucky Statutes, th the Buckbce' "Full o! Life" K'otllicm Crotni SEWING Surgery has taken another a lvan:e rlsht jxilnt. if tile offUw of I toad Jtoverniiieiit of ltt(..s i I'oligrrnl Sewls hse a rtputitloii ul .iSyranol k immediately after nddhix the mu;i' MACHINE culsw. Hopkins An act coiiKTnlmj tul"ruuj-is- , Hospital, uccc?,ful sct-- KTottiin: behiuii llicra. It pats M and step at the Johns plant the t"it. OF An u.it to ra;ulat- - tlie time of ho'.il to provide for the creation of ji ILnrJ where recently three atieats hiif ferine put a little of tlie Jelly in a very seuonaaic bixxriiiiici' QUALITY fn- - Circuit fiom tuberculoLs Courts In the Tnentleth of TiibercuIo.Ls kn.s. Jiave saucer on Ice, test in u f. v Kicond-- s by Commbsloner.s, of t!i. nUANS Earliest RkI Valentine . . $ j.jo bushel JuOkiul UHtriot. their powers, duties, . . Ji.jj hutliel tc, and been eurel after Ui" infeutl JoIn.J drawing the tip ef a .pim aemss I'm Kelucee Kxtra Ilarly Ksw Strinilr5 Green Toil . Jj,.;o Rusliel d were cut away and An not to aminl iui act umontlliisT nuking an oppiopriatlon. by the top. If a film lias forme I the Jolly Is WardMell's Imp Kidney Wax U 50 Kuiliel NOT iiiv.-lkI4i$ New White Wax . . ti.-- e Hinhel ir. of the Kentucky Statutes. An act to amend tlH oliarters of the same jiarts of the ImiIj- - of u patle-i- t done; turn nt once Into jjtis.s.-s-. Ipin-ni- . Carrie's Kust I'roof Wax . U y Bmhet SOLD .ll-- d In noiuial rtlatlrs to th- - time of lioMIn Cliv.ilt cltlts of the thin class. from un ber tluit the Jelly In the kettle U ism':-In- u PEAS. . UNDER Hxtra Harly Ahslta . Jjo Bmhet , while you are maklni? the test. Court in the i:Lhth Judicial i'lstrict An act to .intend an act ntltll an accWent a few hours Suivoons New I Crailui ANY llushel Horsford's Martet Garden . Iljo llushel cLih-s- . act for tlie r..i.tlu and rtuUtloii of In Germany have al'Ji found tlie opera- Te.st uvery few moments until the film nJatln to cities of the OTHER Buckbee's Lighlnini; Kxpress j 00 llushel v . An met to amend Sts;tion 1111 of the prnato corporatluas NAME. relating to the tion wucijesiful and have hm ceded In forrm. Laltuce, iUtUtb. Tomolo and a full line el Seeds, I'lanti and Hulbs at lownt Krowlni; priets. Jelly mIiouUI be potirc-- vvlill.' lint into KthtiviXy Statutes, rtslaitinj; to ,taif. subj'tt ipf Insurance. puttitvi; back In place a tins-- r which Send fur complete catalneue or submit a list al !1j.sv.s, .sterilized by your requirements and will uote purrs. An i, t U ami-n,an act fntltlisl an tlien WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. An act to ani-nanict relating to had been iut off by u ma'jJihie, un.l Buy direct from the rrower SAtc Money, r with a ejlean plet-- of wjndow j;l,uss r:t ;rov!ilitiK for Uio after tieatmont, tlie f laser t;r-- w ujraln establishment Hens of invjilianlvs, Write today. Mention this paper. Uyoii purchase tiio SKtt' 1I0MK you will Sctioii 21'B, to evcluile the dust. Uo rot let the Jind maintenance In normally. have a lire asset nt the price you pay, anil will Advanced counties which Kentucky Statuten. rurseoas ure touch the lass. When the Jelly Is not have nn fin! less chain of riulr. vnntsi'.n a city of the first class of now tryimr to find a w.u to remove a An act to ame,nd BsctkMSl., iKkford Stfsl Fanct. RKtfrs.a 1 of Artihospital for tlie tuberculo-l- s i)f persons cle 17 of and to put In their place cool enouxh to form a film pour one tv- i an net relnitlns.' to revenue p "Tp2J f Quality affllritul ltll tltlierilllOHlM, from the bodj Iuiik.s affecte.1 vvUh blespoon of melted pirafin over etvli and tiiAatlon, a proved ilarch U, Hm.;. d An ood lunss .taken from the holy of u Klass. Put on the lliLs thoroiishly for the benefit of tlie KenCxisitJered Aa act to rep"-.a- l and as a by bollhu;. Ke.p In a tool, dly tucky Sjlmol for tlio but and tea'uh-tJ'- s substitute therefor Article ;, of ciiap-te- r patient Mho liad no such it is the and supei Isors thurtof. who dl'l fiom some otlier disease or place. 112, Kentucky Statuttu, rolatlm: to Choapcst Some writers recommend sHtlni; Jel-l- e An to provide from accident. In an .jjieratloti of tills for tlie ojipoltit public .liools. TRADE-IBM hmnitf- l- K..K Jl eounirira, vc uo fe. w ubuin mid pre.srve.s In the light. Thi.s Ik cliuraeb r the mint of CoimiiUliinei.s of .the J'jii-un- a ureons have alrculy in the end THAT PAtv4l1isUlTO,orlioyAtir An act concerning Circuit Courts fouad that one lnfectwl luiw could be correct from n lxicterl.il tatidtInt. but Kxjmsltliin In Sjii Frtinclsco, eiiwnH', a4TitIp yuu to tucrnt, and liavlnx .seven Judges. Sena to buy. photo or skelca for rnrr iwirt entirely removed in juovldu payment of t,huir qxiviisom. clujiiicil without c iiislnir tiio the strons liKht may cause An not to amend an aot entitled nn chances In tlie fruit, and lt aeeiiw t you wimtnM'wini; machine, write for An y.'t .reu,tln If the tounty of .Me- datli of tho patient, but pro'imgltitr Book on I'aienls writ, to act to amenl S cttons 121 and IK of life, oven though the other luiis ,was Increase tho formation of pawir crystals aOur latent cuUiIoguo before yo j purebaae. -?ro Bavanth Btpaax. an ant for the stivrntii'iit of titles or The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass. A.T a't iuallfyliis and .nn,blln waiaHIHOTON. D. Q. sll!it'y luf:cUd. JIII.M'. the unjiiovtd July j, lyi;. for tlie lection of huImwI trus. Wash the plums and turn Into u pret An to furthir reuLite telephone tii'S axl other offtcii.s. j serving kettb-- . over tnoiuih vniv r oom panic. An net llinlthirf tlie time In v,liluli to prevent them to the kettle n iuji in iiutuonze the uoveruor to a tl:l.s may be enfoix-mand tax apimlnt (not more than pint to oach coiiimlsslon of veterans to at. lit ns Uftuted. boll for .twenty mlmacx, lifting tend Uio flftloth .mulversary of the batUCKBU'S BULBS SUCCEED! ' An acs. to (iniijid .Suction M, Kmi. those ut the bottom so that all may be tle of Gettysburg. Ladies! Sve Money and Keep tniJky .SUtut, jtLitliiB to tliu dTcat- rASPECIAL OFFER'. cooks. When all the skins (ire broken ' Made t balI4 Smw HiiliMt. A 1 Style by Reading McUU An iu;t to all and promote the build- ' trial wilt make you a cermanut cu. 1 Ins awl rrjtuUtfiu; ut julvate and the Juice runs freely drain hi n Jl-l- y ' tamer. Httlif Action auArmntJMMl nrtnur " Iuk of jjood loads In tiio State of Magazine and Ui ing McCall Patteru money refunded. baj; for several Imurs or over nlsbt. r TaKe rAIU4lnNCbotMBAtBvl and to dlrft the transfer of A.-nAn . t to reat a Hoard of I'euit'Mi McCall'sMafaslaanlll Measure jKiunel of siurar for caeli r ttZnKZmBTiXt!r7vZ7rTIrZ HtuiiirfKikM . One MYALLS MAWZ1M help you dress St) stock or other lutererts owned by the tliiry Coriuiilsslmiervi " and ito resujt pint or Julco (tlie acid fiult 'III KammuIm. 8dn.CTti.CUdiK. AtMu Ihuh at a inoileratis requires Pain PHI, State of Kentucky. PmU Bn ITftnlMtta, IwU T.llji( JVtm Tulip, TmIm! e.peiise by kuopliiir IiwiaJ inAtltiitlons in tills State. s Va1U AaA bui.k Tails. Otfcll. InmL of n pound), nnd put lt 'jo l.i.i.. Nn. Mi litA Tul'n inn posted on Uu uJ s c. An ajt to in ohll.lt the ils.j ,(f the An avt to am uid and Litest fashions In UVA.UMATEEB TH PT.VAHP heat In u moderately hot ovcvii. J'ut tin tlous llilii and 3Ub. iithes mid lulls. 60 Mtauoa taiM Pmpcr I irjg WHW-g "'-j- " i Stat ur I'liiwi in .i m uiuiautimr Juice to hi an eiriineJed kettle, boll iuw l'j!i' n Dejlu'iu utes, SBIND 38motIm ihU f bImLI olUMto to the duilM of O'lnmls-sloner- s CENTS In e.icfi lisiie. label without ciiit,hoilly. AIo 4 U Hf yoauct B4 for ten minutes, them tuld the Hujfar Easy. .iIui1jId Inforinutlisu of Sinking I'uihU. An for tlie pioU:Uou of jraine !WtlMMd.liiJkB4riuiIiwi. all thwl ta i Test limn dlntely, take from the flro tin nil home and Her- f II1M 91 BMI( IMIUS M miM, An aot to enlarge the usjfnlnn of toiul nutters. Only I Xm Oaaiawmonuon r a wkiUbow, vmthl UtM J urnl ftill. nnd pour Into clean Klaises, Head-OfI tWIBIf,llprwHiTHtp'Mftlt ltlltIIMtMt I tool tuid )cir iiieludiiiit. lipoma. i WtTMUttllWMI A SJiool for lnlTillW aA to enable counties or ii"iK the Kentucky Noim free iMltern. Mili-. mum avwta afuvur. y k im H stub iUrJ I r rat a M'ribe imhiy or send ored jiei&ons. of Mur.b to erect and tuiulsli M'lnxd lU VI Lu.11. UMwcnuw.T, iir free tainplo copy. ' I in. w. nvnn MCITOlB. Hi. An act anieiidliiK Motion i ti.itiKtf aiul to pioviib- nioiiej tliun for McCsllPit:trassitiennlloyoutoiu:ikilii your of the There U more C.itairh In this jiuctlou ins liimie wllhviifrmv.iliniid cliilliliii!for Civil Cixlu of l'ruvtk, reUtliu; lo dily Um iiiaiv'.' ol bonds. Nothing It Better thtn of th country than all other illtteunos yoiitHijK and I'liildyu iMil.li uill o pjrk-e- t in style imil lit I'll, -An u t putvlltL'sT for tliii imyiueiit of vorce. nol iL'hcr IhOs) 15 put to.'otlier.iuiil until the alut few years eats Send for free rdBTcu ( .ujl.njuo. ( Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n PilU WJit buioioi1 to be Incurable. J.rc rr.lujrui We 1YJI Cits Yoa Tits Ini.h iiMiLUtwl by tlie An Mit to piovJde for the offloers Oi fur Ktitlllie s'lb' Kur u M'rlptioinniiicnr;jiiiririetiils hiMidforfruil the State Mwlstutln.' on the date ..f an Mlato utile, is. They Give Relief Without Sleiat many yo.u ektetor.s piououticeil It l'ri'iuliim ( atal umi and ( !i Pr'zo Oiler. Au mi niaklrw It unbtwrul nit iuim coMf asv. as i. : to pur. Bad After-Effec- t. 371k a. nei ton a looil illvase mid prescribed local clfciw, pi. nur.. (r iiKllvi'i liitoxleatlni! An ium nicullii th chartw of A lair ami by constantly falllns to cure ''It gives me great pleasure to llijiiora In lounl oUon .tenlloiy. vlliu l'ubllc KuhiMtl DWtrk't. with local treatment, pronounced It oiler a won of recommendation OVER S Y CARS' An ivl to uiiit'iid an net lor the bur- n- All lif;t to uiuuiiil S.rytWn 27.li, Ken. for Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n .Slmo liu-- i Pills, irom tuturih to as there arc thousand's suffering .EXPERIENCE tit nf th KentiK'l.y Home Soobty for tuiky Statutes, lelatliii be a eonstltutloiiul tieatuieiit. Halls j the Ken unnecessarily from headache. Colore Ana oud Maivh U, tucky Sohool for tho Uoar. Cuic, mnuufuctureil ly r..J,ciion-o- y was afflicted intermittently for An not ito repeal ,Suboctlon & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only years wiiu ncauacne and alter f., r,f All nut tu imitiul iui aft ciilltb'd in Section ivu, Kuntiicky other reniedic, failed. 1 tried cure on tho market. It li Sututes, and Or. Miles' Anti-Pai- n aiit to Pilk For taken Internally In doscj from 10 drops McCAIX PATTERNS MibhtUulliiK therefor vJiUli aot relalvs the carried An rj'.l to am"iid Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and r of U14 Ui jrsonal r.p"iHy not aside lo thempast ten years I have getting 10 a leuxpooniui, it nets directly on reliability nearlv 4ft vnn. M.II. h..-1constantly with me, Trade Marks Kentueky StnUUtw iwlitlui; to jiikU'e widows or Infants. A every city and town in the United Mates an DmaNa instant relief by using one or the blood and imicous auifitces of (ho sy Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than Cnstvssiaura an. offlijvjv, two on the approach of headache. An act ivliitliu,' to tern. They offer one hundred dollars for any other make. Send tor tree catalogue, Oniits. ,.H!,l.''2n sktlch and daacriptlnn "'""t our oplniou free wbelhermay Illicitly usrertuhi 1'hey are also effective for neuau to iimi'iul in ii;t An it. win act U amciwl and iovldiii(; liiroMlli.ii is probably patentable, ConLmuulra- any icu, It falls to cure. Send for cir- McCALL'S MAGAZINE an am ralgia, giving immediate relief." Dlore subscribers than any othei fashion for Uio ustabllshiinint un,i iiiuliiUiuuu'o of .itMbjii cltkvj and town,' of thli magazine million a month. Invaluable, latC. M. BROWN, listherville, la. culars unci testimonials, 7.i.Jft '."'i' Ibrouvhfor Kcr est styles, patterns, drestmaklai?, millinery, XU receive in ouunty wlileh eonJn lt uiy 0f th, ito H'teUl nolUt, without ebaraJ, lu t" tlw cUsm (to Ahluh For 8ale by All Druggist. Adlrass: J. J. ClIKNIJV & CO., Toleplain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdrcsslnir. 3flcJ iJasu of a IkvsjiIIiiI for tlie trout-r.iej- they Ic Joiik. etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only 60 cents a 25 Dose, 25 Cents. do, Ohio. i Year (worth double). Including a frea fullrrn MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. df p.rous affllsil wJUi tuliruu-loilis- . An act Xq utiwivl subscribe today, or send for sample copy. SoW by nil drugjrUts, 75e. Siwtlou 7K) of tlie weekly. ull,,.,l5,, '"'"raleil Journal, " ' of any sclentltlo weNBcarvL inbucemcnts Civil OIu f I'rajjtloe. Tako Hall's Family. Pills for constlpa-Uo, to Agents. Postal brings premium cabRoirue tk'd byili piwsdiaJw" Ulsas'asrl'tlu' An aut tu fjanUlu t,!iy t.uy.loyiuwt Jin tr.1 tu Uw:wl the tvliool Uw and new cash prise offers. Address m WaKAUCV.lNlfMW.msuMWTMl infm bu WMhuwRSIil." " that most Important new law K lt Into ffat Wedmi of "tsvt which were Mvl by the jf 1512 follow: Kentucky Stat S'.itlon liri of Ui Thf au'tlanee of children In ootitaion nn.1 ural'.l ehiHAi' In tht Common we tVUi. milled An act to nnvn-- an act "Crlni'v and I'unlshm-nt.cotnpir-l- e rAllnnd et to An 'r trains at to rtop alt Is a SUit" station wliere ther 1 pok--w,- Court. An net to amrol an out entlt'l an u act comernlrw toort.s Imvln,- - lotitln-uo- Wild KPapes may U usejd when jsx n nnd nls-- j when bexlnrMns .b rtje'ti. if rde tlie Jelly vll be wry tron The Juice of the very ripe fruit is orr. slv.dejtroylnjr the tnntnel of Che Ins kettle. Ginpn-s-, plums, nknrlr-awl dewberries' nre avaiLib'e Jelly fnilts In tilts locality. Gicipcs and the rm.ill, and red plums lve a tart Jelly that of the and berrkvi of ml'd acidity. ly pren jsj'-lo- -- Tiio iilnd You IIuvo Alwnys Bonglit.niul whlrli lias hocn lu for over JJO yours, lias iiorno tno Hijxnaturo oc ana lias uocn niauo ttnuur ins sonnl supervision Hlm-- Its liifiincy. yon lu this. Y CtccJuM Allow no one todct-uivnro hut All Counterfeits, Imitations nnil i:.Mrliurnts that tririutvlth nnd inlaiigT tho health o( Infants aud Children Exiierlciico aulust Kxierliuctit ii-pcr-kZftf-.Tuit-us-f;ood" yt-- st;-g.vi- :. What is CASTORIA a It It in, It ju.. it It K.l-tuck- y GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS r J rt - The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over Zstfteu 30 Years Bears the Signature of lte-for- m irj-vll- sti-tlstk- s, r nd b'-e- 'i asl r er.s POSITIONS GUARANTEED ne !n'i b-- WE bt-nh.-- fr L at -- fra fkfa?!tfiaYo BUSINESS SZJT? rl Wll-i.ti- s 1 im-ui- NEW SEEDS d ji ul HOME j. ! ....!, H. W. BUCKBEE it lf pter-lllze- Inf.-tlo- tit U -w.- wo-m- m I'l-C- fli.st-cla'-- iur lf stk-kln- s l ene-lui- BULBS' k -I Ke.i-tuek- 1 ,j 4" S one-ha- lf 1 the- 1 three-fourth- mM o-- hiDC ut TtLU) To f 1 tea 11 - a Headache v 11 1 M ( rei.i-edle- n. vt jksI, Cu-tar- 1 StL-tin- 1 Ciui-Uy- . atwurliia-pateiii- it I Scientific Hmtrkt. T n. " r I I V- V- Cm, whhh Is liebl siibjisit to n rrortfii held by Ileavrln A Woodward In tho No Pvpen'f lin bin parol to sum of $.ViMj. bcnutlfy Uio Intotlor of the Hall, lovled upon ns the property of V. h. Tho prlncljml tosk of the rcmwlellora w is Anderson and Mary A. Anderson, his Uio foiiHtrttttlon of a false rellhu wife. to lTiult iniih jvclii(f which would Improve birifo enmiKh THIIMH: Kale will bo made on a credit the neoustlc about on itlin orutor'n luirt. It mofl-ur- Pi open It w l.y prcnUn(C lira rjeii.-i- r' of 3 months, bond with npproviil voices fiom JielnR alxiiit fifteen fo't ibnw by ten but union.: reTitilred, buirini? Interest nt tho rate of l(t K ilotji. olcuutMl kK feyt tho forty steel Irusvs of tho rurved C per cent, jcr annum from day of Bale, iiImivo tlm innlti fbioT, roof. Tills bias been mccmniplbilirri by nnd having the force and effect of u Hiispenrtlnif fe two from sale bond. Hoik of the tho roitrinn, rmnf frnme-wor- k my hand, thin 13th day of aliop It nnd coniiiiunlcfiituiK hy Mop", nrcJurl trtrtstis of wooden WHnt Met in Mammoth Armory Which Ik nnnMuT jilatfonn of itlip Pfime nli oovirod with bunting. The June, 1912. luivo of the spaces botiWH'n for tlie iifto of the B(;reitnrli hem fllltd n tt T. II. Itl.ACK. S. O. C. Occupies Nearly Whole iMtnvctit'on. nn- arc i7 wth bunting co as to of thl lhnk " mi A npralneil ntiklc may as a rule be cured wntu, l'OTiKd U the riHiir to n lmVwht brokin olnUi mlllnK which it a dis City Square. kikof more jKirmatient than Ita In from three to four days by applying wliloh lire rewrnd tance ot foiirb'en feet or- - tomporiuy uve demanded. offk-ifor the of the national The eel'- - Chamberlain's Unlmcnt and olwervlng with iuh bottle. i,lMiuiti For Haltlmnrc, tlio ln ! linn-cratl- c C.uilntlon. crehm colons! jnneled with tho direction Crouiieil Juno in Tihn sale by till dealers. m Kcdd. KpjikMn' jilatfonn, nt holli nldc." nnd candidate for of tlin Tho construction In front, turo 4.11 seat of this fulse cell- for tho rrv, llallol Statci will be nominal d In a Sleeping Out of Doors. Tihio communicate through jsmtiif". Inir njid the limping of tho iwalls and Imiro National Guard unrnory uttiiito RlnbiiH iiimI Uie ways urviUr the hnnkol-uen.t Uie of A ficretii'd jiorch or sleeping shou'd In pIctUTiH tlm roMitw jfintVnn (i nil of with the oinpany jiarty Rl(r,'tui bo n. part of every bouse. It Is no rooinit oni10c fhiRs, up the Interior decora-tlon- s m"ro fad Unit fashionable Ivfhn have the drill lmll which hn,n lren Ittod whlt.h make When this city tnt ! oicuplnd up for Uio bo of the nowKiribcrH nnd fourteen men for begun and scnsllble ones are carrying nabefore the Iiininit4o nnd cost $7,Ono. out this practice of opan-ai- r piety uwyZiiitlonn mul tcOiwrnrJi nnd more than a Jivonth tional ciiiiiinl'jtw itn rnn nathe tlioiiHand yards of eronn Chl'dren ore made otrongcr tional convention hero the Fmm UieR" of. TJilnty-fou- r vwvuiIii,i teliphonv tiiiniililen. and delifoM nnd white (if itlia p,Kiikir' btintlni; fk'ix, nf an ttl al convention within Pound lnvo bci-- a cate oiks are made well by being tnueh hull was m mid C,li0 aro:s or red. wliltc In tho Oipen, and especially liy hlcep-liu- r as lio nn. nt the strong tt a4wutafHaiti- - volci nnd tin" secretary To jiiw tlue ntrlpn more had to ff it. ballot, nnd lilue. result of rich of tuitinceH thr HIko out of doors. The linby should Unit Atinic, tdKiUier sis K0aimRtreS(. nit the IMMnw rflrove many of have Its nap on the porch, evrji thousand run wire Uiat will carry tho jw of cloth Uielr ewln; maihlnes dollars IkiM the elht bourn a In the winter time. If one would lias ituilu to the coniintlun to the world. day for two W".ks. TUirco lumdre--J now to get URod uniwir vry of tlic to reftilrraint sleeping In front Mpar- of Uw iihulforin. Mcfiiit who (lAwmlilc up through the practice may be kept Jure on June ated only by the harrow rr.w of prunr t'ltCB hnvo ben uwwl. rralllmrs are estooncd the year with Immense advantage. With zt nij uio tliroiiKF t icaU) nml nn ulito Mud kuUkt are the placix fcr Tlip Imulcony wjth natolnal colors nml ut the Jsise plenty of warm wato.li helr lllbfJ!ktVinf. covering, a woolen the iHi:jitii who come to llaltjmoro from Tlio lem:r.utlc tha night-cacnne.n-tlo- n U notional and possibly a Juse of hot iholce of of eaoli orcji resl"lr the prexNUntJn) Ib the In.slfinln of some Btnito or water at the cot, no night is too cold will nvnt In the l'llVi tlie txirty in Die Mirloua Htativ mil roof territory. Tho speakers' uccuplut wlilch stand is for the person accustomed to the porch lumory, nearly .1 terrltorlm of Although tho Union. nnd lilue. bod. Weak nerves nnd general debility whole city iuiiaxc In the .Moiin,t Itnyil Uie nunilir'r of ote tluv Ktot'.f mid coviritl with red, wblte ! ram Int. on Huffman illitrtct medicine. Unsound iu,'Kic:,iitci 1,(01, with Uie .olors nnd arms of tihe state needs no other m.iy ittrvci UrrltorliH Maryland Utnkod Jn front. Mart Itinga cannot be better treated. Healthy and lmundid by IVrnton s'.r'ot In the tho nrchlt'ctd hno H'tUa of irovJletl that people kcrp hcaltliy and sound. Tliere irnr. At the two end if tho blirk for l.ao b Iratrn, because tonic of ronsjduloite of Uie portr.-Jtthe walls aro palntlmrs of Is no doubt but that Bleeping out of lire I'nrk nnd Lincoln avenues, (both tlio fA.iiXck, Mar land them, ndorn iininnR Washington anil Jefferson, each eltfit doors Is a real advantage In connect-lit- u send In wilrJi carry trolley line the clen:o Ilnltimore twice ns many df"et nqunre nml eAuted for of living. Uxjchange, with e the biiHlnr.iS to'litor. us tiny hai vote", eswh the .nun ntatlmi of i)iiarn dlMiint bulnc the cnMudlnn of half n this jmrpofe. A feature of Uieoc decorntlons Many who have read "The Vulture's tie lt.iltlmr.re iwi.l Ohio lL1Ur0.ul and vote. which Kirk of the dvleates hit In nharse !s pncullnrly Claw" pronounce it to be one of the 4'omniUb-the . only n liarely little flirting, five number of altern.itcs, nnd tlu.se proud of Is Uuit every ard of bunUn greatest of the later books. It is filled 'lAnJutcp. walk, Is th Union Stnlln'i, sents occupy tlie the center if uh-- I bos been flrepronfiyl. The with genius nnd holds the reader's vvh.ro iKum-ncearrive on the o'Jier floor b 'two')! tho pjutfiirni nnd the nnircu-atlowas mixed from the first In intense, thrillwith ridlruod intnrliii: tlm oll. CU.o at ejitrnnce. These four li'ouks of sats bond, within w.ilkluK distance, will hold lnuoli of Uie ify life, i.nd mo- the d)e mid liiui not rJiaimod tho nppea'-anc- e ing Interest with not a dull page. The plot Is strikingly developed amidst tho of the cloth ubjn-,leto this Is tin? larj;iK Jiotol. Uie oo'licntHii. tion of The locaUaa Whin the state HSiPiii fCO.ti"0 for of it'll repres"ntiitlvcs of icli ttute In I' Alliroux3i the cotton cloth ussd raro beauty of tho Kentucky hills. The stale Js voiy iluflnnimabic, Hartford Itepubllcan one full year nnd UiIk drill to ttoUMi hall lUltlmnret will be hhown by nn ijcvntcd slitn. tho bunting will not hi a. 0 "Tho Vulture's Claw" all for J1.G0. S3tf. fiimou. nImint. the "I'.mdy Klftli. ' SIXTY-- IX HKCTiOXS. evn wli n thrown into tho fire. Tlie bit convention were Jn unhid und the h.iiuUlni; tho oloth will iihsu-r- , ilmt only In plaiea to conxenliun'C In l'or wmj nltn.itit luilhllnc mid deljrtnl Headlines We Never See. crowils, lmll the conientlon n'ii'J whUJi a ftaine is llrocUy apiillcd. wltli refc.rinoo lo iiffondliu; uch Man Loves IIouseckanlnKl Into have Ixcn dlvldwl Tho ue of Uils In a unbelIlHh. UxturVir Carpet Heating His Sport. forty-nin- e siivtliu, of whUh tire on buildlriK constrm.tiid of stone, brick Husband of tm nt wiih n cunwlleratloii. Suffracctto bnlcon-li.- i. nnd still has not, howi ver (pruotited Lhe armory U ur- - the floor mul tlie nut Jn the Tlie litli rrwmtnt Denounces Votes l'or Women. it 10.C01 will The floor and convention cjimmltti-from taUin- - oili- Oil King riiindid l.y .m;i.ke lt of cry John I. Itockefeller 1,1ns. the er pnc.uillons acalJist a Jiossllj'e fire. the baleoiileo Ii'iluuintr wunld', two storJifc Mi?h, from whlcji , Gives Away lite Last Dollar. Tho ha'J s provided Mlth nn unusual twelve whel jlniMOH tlmt tnrry vats on the floor rrficriinl for Foreign Xobltjmnn Is llubbcd fk'lnls, nnd nltern.ijtts and number of ixils, and the fa't Uiotljij debiratts Uchly-flv- e the onlMul roof to it ImIkUI of Money, Of a l(tiea ".SO for tho jiublii. main floor M on a Jeiel with the out- l'romlnont Citizens Offer Sum of tho pre fut. It In lluhtocl 7y rvvimloWK In tmleonica nuiko room side fltroet J" reird-n- l us another valu-abl- e Uie lIe by a. sk.lti;lit These 'with the nml To Hun for Vice Presidency. for 11.02$ snt for tho njcioinnKKlii- factor of safiij. Imik-UUnit nine whoU tho of tlu ctriyui Lows Her Diamonds; tlon of llaltimorc.ins mid visitors who of the roof. Fmm tlie iiilsik lb. fuses to be 1 uteri luwed. It is now well known that not mare by the are Uie njMietirnnrc f the H'.ructurn t than one case of rheumatism in ten re parte of Uie country. lnijnrKlvu not purtknilurly iroKilily from all Drives off a Terror. quires any internal treatment whatever. loor bvauc Uie JinWli nl illinrnslon tir The public (" nts on the main The chief executioner of death In Uie AH that Is necdod is a free application ":iipy the two ends of the luill and lateral, nnd too wlinJio Sor Uh e of Chamberlain 'e Unlmont and massag winter and spring months Is pneumonia run nt rlht anleti lo tho ilelcgrite' to ninrceLitc '.he iinlufi ing the part nt each application. Try Its advance ogonts are colds and grip. In Rpcaktr on the sunts hi that whin ; look eoubl down on Uie It and we Jwjw quickly It will relievo any attack by one of these maladies uo It. facliu; Uio ibitiipites tho fipm an flctnfjon. TJie iirmor the ,pain and wriiiiis. Sold by all deal- time should he ioot in taking the best 3V1 fut In wiltli on Hotfin.in cre.itfr jiart of Uie nudlencc will .set ers. to drhc It off. medicine obtainable . n n ryts iitul 1m i4 ec-- side views of him. Tllio Tcit nnd Countless Uiouerands liave found this to dei-)Ui.it have Ikii nVlivl UrIU The ihall be Dr. King's New Discovery. "My husSheriff's Sale. from to the aunoiy where tlic ronvinilun will iisMinble, band believes It has kept htm from lun-In- g nearly half By Virtue of Execution No. 125 llook overhnnB tho ends nml 360x200 Zil't. pneumonia three or our times," on the floor. These 12, directed to ine, which Issued from To (ulaM lil bulldtriK 10 Uicco end furtlur writes Mrs. George W. Place, . VIX) cct long two baUonlcs nrc b Uie Clerk's Office of ithc Ohio Circuit d Oonventlon jiit;uv.m the x'n.to for coughs.colds and croup nt tho front and lk.ii;K Court, In faor 0 S. A. J.r.,0nJ. Anderson we have never found Its equal." Guarun The unrntw part of 5J feet ilerp. permanent ac.Un-the narrow V. L. Andenon and Mary A. teed for all bronchial affections. this Mini hn. bei i,r?nt to liuniixp of tho hull Price will ucioui. Andcron Ills wife, I, or one of .my dep SO of 'n,ts tlmt by puttim: li balconies the Kutlii- - oitu;lty cts. and $1.00. Trial bottlo free at hun- uties, will, on Monday tho 1st day of temjioniry balconlCH nt the two ends mo'l.ite between four nnd ho rrt all druggists. j.ro tMohc Tlie balconies July, 3S12, between the houra of 1 o'clo:k wjilcli dred. liaV. of Uve drill front and p. m., and 4 o'clock p. m., at the Court oX .1 fiilse alwie the ground fhifir Jn Im'.link' the construe Uon Stump Destroyer. by meanB of wimvI House door In Hartford Ohio wnitirvly Miidiortiyl IJi( luouwtic County, celllnj; to lmpiovv ut the ends of Kentucky expose to Public Sale, .to the The problem of clearing awuy unslsht-1- y The two mul Mo0. tlion-tim17,000. Hvor.U iost stumps nppenrs to hnvo been solved dollure luivo ilxifn nt In the the lull arc bankul so that thu; view hlfhcst ljddcr. Uio followliwr (iirojierty by n man In the State of Washington. l. be (or o much then-o- from Uie near tMts will as may bo noeeJisar itpfaker' jilutuoruit ruction tlw chiefly to sa.Uify Plalnlif' debt, Interest nnd Ilcrutofoio this lms been done rivnodejin on mul on form, by blasting, hut the apparatus piiown In iulcj of costb), tho military ootnjiuny iiiuir.tnrA nt the To fiielllnto cmilln stump down Ilctrlnnlni; at a tone at the east side the llliiHtnitlon Uurns tho new doois ndK of tho huUdlnj,' for uhu tho buIMinifi tiklvo nnd thliten close to the ground. A vertical hole Is & liockport ltoiul, bohiR wulW. of the Hartford luivo bo n cut In tho iin vomnilltio moniK drilled tluough the stump and twp ( Twolvo D. C. Muddox'e S. W. Comer, Ah one cnturn the luill throiiKh the nuklim-- a totjil ot eltthteen. holes, i caching to It. Tho reiur-Mi- lr on for tho uso of t)ioc thence with Uio uuaniilerliiKs of tho on Iloffninn itn.ul the of tluee main entgwiiy Is then wheedod uji to It and ho l UOconles, naid road us follow : S. 4 AY. 5.2i! Chains; to ,by tho nuiKulfl-cin- t who hold tlcckts tlm eye flrrt Is two sets of tubes cminevlul with the uomnect theme S. 2 W. 4.f Clialivs; thence S. to dUtniieiB mid tho i;cr(i1n;ly t'tid mul enable tlio lulconkw two skle holes, lluiiilng liquid fuel and TJic oxiUa 17 W. CM Chains; tlieiwe S. 12 W. 1iih I.itoH 0 kifiV. Under tho linnd directly with tho ntrvet. air under pressuio Is Injected through jilace linn lot doore on the ground floor uro for uc C8 Chains to a atone In C P. Moseloy's tb of tlio lU'conitom one hole nnd nn Inflammable liquid Ls Ir. mainly us exits, (dnoo 110 illflulty I (Pet Hinder); Uunce S. W K. 21.11 Clinlns military, look, uUUilun Its jiK'teil through tho other. When tint 0.V) onticlpntcid In luindlliiK all wiho enter Willi laid Moscloy line to 11 hlckoiy, the by tho mro tlein holo the liquid two met'ts In the ceiite-tho same helns the W. T. Ashby corner hldos the mof UiroiiKh the wlilo entmnco In yard of buntluK thut U ignited and Mpriads through tho enalbo, thence N, it) K. 22.72 chains tt and covers fiont und ccntir of Uio bulldjjUi. he.onis, drnrx tin" wu.ll tile stump, deiourlng It until It Is cut-e- n .Se.itH jirsu'tl;Uly oviry foot of tho ln,tnrlor for the public ore. resort il stcno at V. C. Maddox S. K. Comtr, tluough ch mi down to tho giouud, WiliJfJi are by lectloim, W.. 22.01 chains thence S. & .with oxcem the "wlndflwM aud loor Hrfucoi. only leaving a level surface Instead of itlui toin con.The Kild Moddox line to Uio beginning Ih a oft by .immberei und IqttoiA. fJVio luukKround cfoet of remains that follow dynamiting. Hx. numbered taining 4S.21 acres, conveyed to Mury A. wlIcJi inak lartro blocks 0 mta urn Bold uiul wJUte, creum. Ajidcreon and V. U. Anderson (her bus. on tffoctlvo .ettlru," lor tlio national mid each nuiuUtred ltluik l Famous Stag Beauties. , re. band) by J. K. Maddox, recorded Jn tho Look wlUi horror on Skin Kruptlons, loUcnyl Into Unco subsection,, ejjtora iliKpiuynU In countiUwi i A Ohio County CleJk's office, deed book N end coloni of spectiiely "A." "ll awl "C." und tlio Blotclics, Bores or Pimples. They don't of 24, itatc 270. Also another truct of land havo them, nor will any one, wilio uses vilio flndH Jils plcco tlekeUiolder tho arlouii etigtcH. ' Instance, lying In Ohio County, Kentucky ntajinjiedj for und Ilucklen'B Arnica Salve. It glorifies tho eittJne turungenHTitB here oj'o paHtcboard Tho Und Ills wciit anioni; bounded as follows: Ibtliinlng at a stone face. Ilczema or Halt Ithcum vanish beof Ioiik Htudy on tlw nrchU "3311" will tho In 1U10 Hartford it liockport road, being Kruiuped th; under Uio 132 chairs toctn' Kirt, aklxl by 'Uio jiruutMil clmipol fore it. It cures soryb Jlps, HUbdivifllon Thcso ll comer to J. K, and Venda Majddox Jiuid, hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts (und nun v?wl In Uw praetl-ca- l subdivision, of mid running fcouth 1 degree, W. 5.SI chains bruises, Unequaled for plies. Only 23o at (uotnontlons. qludo from 42 U 'ill tteaU caich uroblimis of Krtat dito u mono In aid public road being will float moiuforpuU'y inoro tho most dcvslrublo uliulrs In inuch Tills JiaJl m all druggists. 111 Duvall'e corner; thence N. fO dtrep tljoso vision will iso ito tlii orllet, f.'onuvj iind ttyin IB.CO ruiTMHui, bo W 25.71 chains U a atone In Ilarvo Urown' ban,l wiU The. lonventikm hull JkJIcvo of tte prcja,iutlon cliarce House for Sale in Beaver Dam. line, being J. C. Uuvull' corner; thence out tlur proWom In a Btiuul eroctivl over the jiuiln they have workeil A splendid cottage In tho Header adttjiooo haa uen trlven or IW N. S dugrees W. 5K8 cliolns to a stone mejnbir of ItUla 1rrc.1t every ko that good an In Jluney llrown's line, being J, K. and dition In Beaver Dam, Ky., In wilUi toVlJiono can torntnond u view of musicians. uudlfiKO Uie Vontla Maddox coiner; thence H. S.3 K. tand and underatand eJoLerlc Waa.l Ugilit cojinit condition, and Including four town lota Uie HwakorK' clialns to tho beginning, containing are for sale It sold at once. Residence of Uie what i belnc naid. To hrlntf fihls loader's ntaivl with dlio hUo 0 Ula IS iiKire or Jens. Conveyed to iMary tlw speakem' cluilrmitn ut the uujxislto iiiout tho locution Is now being rcpapered. A bargain Is ofo that Uio laWr (may; r1x?ii1 Anderson, by J. K. Maddox, ked waj Uie 'matter of ilrrt lm. hull, iJaUorm powUlon day of TJ10 und recorded In deed fered. Call on or address, wJsIiob. pluilranan'a his poruance. HARNETT & FOSTER, ,wUh book No. 34 page 368 und 370 In Uio office U1 the fjpoakerij U connected by trlepliono p the Ualtimoro room, 'wliU'Ji tmvo 0 tho clerk of Ohio County iQqurt; all JOtf out owud Uio nvld-di- e the six committee Hartford, Ky. will "tand dUqcWy . WO- - bmen ftWed up ,Jn'- iM .vaqafad ton- - jef wSilch xepialns iij my hand unsoUl;and 0 Uie auditorium, DEMOCRATIC ' HEADQUARTERS y the main rentrnl fintrntitr, luitwedi the (mix of the hall and d or tnor" thnn B.hout nlxty fii.t, t lit? illntiinne, from the renr rvnll of ,thc Interior. Tlih Jiciitrum, uhe lmll, in no', hmrt of 4i( i'imeiiMon Kite mid-wn- pany imrte.ri at the buUllnt;. itwxj cndi of the nil of on"-thir- For National Convetion iurlt At Baltimore. fit pn-se- sjstcmatically. Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that n prescription made n "" cent, of such cases. iiiiwnu1uiiiive roois.wiinotuiticiiseot alcohol,in relieved over VOe per After using this remedy for many years his private praa-ticput it uo in form of Dr. Pierce's Fwnrli. . he ..u easily procurable, and it can be had at any store where medicines are handled. 16 1ft ff rh! is the rcafon tvhy women have nerve. When thouChtt be(iil to (rr.w cloudy nnd uncertain, impulses laf, nnd the wnminiJs of pain and distress are asnt like flying mcsS(Jcs throughout limbs and frame, straightway, nine times in ten, a woman will lay the cause of (lie troub'e to some defect at the point where she first felt it. fs it a headache, a backache, a sensation of irritahiliiy or twitching and uncontrollable nervousness, something must he wrong with the head or back, a woman naturally says, but all the time the real trouble very often centers in the womanly organs. In nine cases out of ten the seat of the difficulty is here, and woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflammation of the delicate special organs of the sex should be treated steadily ami Why Have "Nenres?9 " Pn::nn .i. jinv-UU- tor two years mrxt of tlm tlrnf-wUi . . ......;, ... ,.,,, i, ,ln ,j, uuumii unu xnot nbln to nttmid iMii my household dutle. ylw jrcmiig very tun, itianks to Doctor g whjk only moiik ' "V" Ito Procrlptlnn,' ," mid" mod tho" fjotlnn uKitiii. i I havo innii iioiueg 01 'favor-iiothluTabloti!. but pralso Jot Doctor I'ierco's wonderful mulielnes." TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR LIVER ILLS. a -- 1 p bc-ht- ll.iftl-mor- e. 1 11 JAMES & CO., iif-e- Pirst Class Liveryman Center-town- , yi - Kentucky. ln out-do- Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, p. OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.60 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.E0 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The .republican ana Uauy uwenBDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati "Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 al Globe-Democrat 11 1 T" d'de-Kiit- esp-dall- 11 e r clt' ro-c-- s. Twice-a-Wee- flre-iroo.- d S - fire-pro- bun-tin',- 1 Address all orders to rl-- o THE REPUBLICAN. ix ejoctl hull-lln:- YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads I'r-!o- t fl Iiu-M- 1 jxJjt .! t And Noteheads Envelopes Iluwson-vllle,Vt.,"a- Statements Cards njipro-lirlate- t other printed forms are given i t Uoitlon, ft Special Attenton In The Republican h, unkb-stnicUi- Job Department. t: 1 lut-eia- ls il-- linpri-NMM- 2 Gave Up Hope "1 suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womann, ly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from N. C "They grew worse, till 1 would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an. awful hurting in my side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, 1 began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, 1 could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." Chad-bour- tituit-forriM- r 11 2 illMl-dt- arranB-i-inente- Intl-iiU- rnlt I J-- Cardui Th WomarfsTonic For more than SO years. Cardui has been relieving .woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. UUringiniS lime, wousanus ui women nave wiiiicu, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If , you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. 4 dk ciicj-c- s wl uo - i day of itrrror, nnd rtvnftl beccmie insletd t. one of happiness, fje'rcajtlon ntvl Nols I now ,beln ropticeid li" tared nerordlnR to law nt the I'oitolflc mimic tho music of bnnds.nnd of chorus Hartford, Kj., n mail mntter of the second drilled weeks li'foro Imnrl (ly Uli1 (HoldlM. nlrs ers, nnd the slnjrfnK of nnJLlnm) ur wivetux C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER jnm Ipulnr ronxt. There llnys, float devised y artists, rir3- EDITORS n nt'ng historic nnil jntrlottc Inciibn-RAMEY E. DUKE, d, NEY FOSTER parage In which n d mchlcvcnrnt.., PUBLI8HER8 AND PROPRIETORS. t. Army nnd Navy, the police nnd flrtf il partments, die nillltla. school chl'drei to nnd Industrial orjrinl!,.itlons take part;' H communication AMitm Hartford Republioan. picnics with clrcus.es nnil rink Jemomd, peanuts, nnd watermelon sufficient to satisfy the moat nnaronden NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS digestion; parks ami oilier public p'oce Bubsrriber. deslrloR the pa.er sent to n new address mnxt gite the old address In ninkliiK the and bulldlnv's, both public nnl private, request. electricity; Fo.rgeous,'y Mumlnattd by Unsolicited mnnoscrlpls will not lie returned children's carnivals nnd dances; rcheol cl Anonimon. communications will receive no .orations; ntUctlc sports, with illstrib'l tlon of copies of the Constitution, nn attention. ' so on. And no mnlmlngw, no (burnings, no killTXZ.XP3 EOZT3E. I ings, no lockjaw I Mout Hartford Republican. cn,lte'i'-onmrn- lOOJHIOWN AS NIAGARA RIVER DOCK COLLAPSES GREATER AMD GRANDER THAN EVER Great Hopkins County Fair Great Henderson County Fair'' HENDERSON . Excursion Landing Gives Way Under Weight of Excur. sion .Crowd. lluffalo, N. Y., June One liundie persons were lrttm.d when nn excursion dock ct Kavle pirk.Urund lrtand.NI.'istra river, tio'lttjiswl undir tho welglit eif tho crowd. Klrfit lid!ts were ncovcrcd Jn the first few tnlntit s after the accident, .but It Is doubtful If ninny more will be found until after they have geme over it He ftlt, th which are Hut n few miles Indow scene of the ncclthnt, as the current from (iranil Islanil to the falls Is 1 s July MADISONVILLE 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 '" ' July 30, 31, August 1, 2, 3 il (.treat array of running, trotting and pacing races. High class special attractions, free to all. Something going on all the time. Excursion rates on all railroads. C. C. GIVENS. President. J. A. FRANCEWAY, Secretary. ' 1 A GREAT 3nrr :3 swift. Thenlock wuscrowd'd with mcrrv-nia.- s returning from an outing on the Isla nl and they were In high spirits. The trail p of ftct of the eutu men and wmen start sl the structure s waving. strung The few el"ctrlc light bulbs over the doek cist little light over the s and they were unalde to j notice the movement ef the Htrm turc I as the supports weitkcnesl. Suddenly there was a crash, fol'owd! by screams as the men and women sill from the floor Into the racing current i of the river. The light .wires (Were broken nnd the place was In darkness, punctuated by the cries of the he'lpless vvoniin and children. The confusion was so Intense nnd threw who escaped the disaster were o heirless to aid those in the wat-- r that many lives were lost which could have been saved under ordinary clrcunistnncor. merry-maktri CONVENTIONS. As was evjiectcd by Tnony pe'P'e, tho o KepubUcan National Convention at Another Steam Ilollor at Baltimore game pattern. last wetk ixvultwl In a npl't party and two nomlmtlonf. for" the ln.vldinCk'. dofevt All efforts to harmonize "We should ihave no itrouble to fruitless. ei rlhe Democrats with two candidates. There were n large number of conU-st-s ponding and the National Committed cats Gov. Johnson, of California, It sat for ten days henrlns them tui-uiveraj fire brands every morning before U charged decided ,thcm without referbreakfast. ence, In a Jarse measure, to the ficts Involvetl. All of She contests where The Democratic Millionaire Club Jande-were Taft delegates hM credentials promptly In (the plutocratic band wagoi decide! In favor Taft delegates nnd In ' at Baltimore. THE Chi-cag1 -- rillDAY, JUNE 1. Bargain Giving Event Began Friday, June 21 And Will Close on the Eve of July 4, at "Oovernmcnt of oi'l the people by tinpraisenlatlve part pf the people." National Committee. Fxcun n many counties In Kentucky comes the new of strong third party tendencies among both llepubllcnns Democrats. and Mr. Bryan says larkers specli was wrltiten In the language of Wall street. the Baltimore Wall street controls convention. Hon. J. I WhlUlnghlU.of Breckenrldco rounty. Is the only Ucpubllcan to g't his name on the ballot In the fourth district primary and he iwill be the nominee, ' Our Democratic frlonds were a little too quick to chide us about the disorderly scenes at the Chicago convention. The ame scenes, (thu same ugly words and the .simo tiouules are theiirs At Baltimore, and now the tvpuliUcnn unlle for the Ilist tlmo In many weeks. "Judse Parker vm escorted to t'l platform after his nomination lui'l ,boei made unanimous, and be,gan to hie nddret". but It .had sueh a moving effect upon thf audlenoe that the reading was suspended, ami the convention adjourned until o'clock this evening. & mlghC be glvi Various explanations! of the action of the ciowd. I'rubablv the most reasonable Is that It wus half jaet three and many vvre hungry. There Is another explanation. However, that is worth presenting for consldera-tlon- . People "will not remain In a Jarse hall unless thty i"an understand what is being Raid, and os Mr. Parker 1 upeecb was written In the language of Wall Strctt, only two or three hundred of the delegates could understand It, and the committee had been so busy the machine that it haJ ncKluct-- I 40 fprovld- - an Interpreter to translate JaiiKu.igo the tpewh the oery-la,of CemocratK." AV. J. Bryan. oil-Ins j y -- THE SAFE AND SANE FOURTH. JOach ear Jnce lWtt TJio Jouinal of American Hidlcal lias been waging a propaganda agaln'-- t the Insensate maiming and methods of cehbratlng our holiday. It has g.itliercul and rol'ated the indubitable f.u'ts; and the lay press ,magazlne and navspa,pers )iae second ud it indeaor so tho,t an almost revolutionary change has been taking jplace. tha Piogrc-fclvtand plutociats Is to observe tliat mote on a,t Italtlmore tuid much w HI depend on It Is an3 more the constituted ituthorltla the outeoni't threis to the probable sue. lu.v rtiCOKiilaed that It Is their duty cei-- of a third tlcke-- t In November. te dejith-detiUii- y nil of the contests whpfu hild the their seats were taken and given to This was so notoriously Taft true In the case of Toxas as to 20 C in 14 In Washington, Arizona 2 In Alabama, 2 In Indiana and 1 In Kentucky that the narrow margin of li votes by which the temporary or,ganl-zatlo- n wa by the T.tft men, gave room for gmve iuc.Htlon as to It? legality. Kpclnlly was tills irritating to the followers of ltooovelt when the Chairman of the Committer, who called the convelntlon ito order, refused to permit a motion to be voted on denying those questioned ilelpate a vote until tholr cases vere noted .upon by a creelei tlal committee, nnd then denied nn ap peal from his decision. Then three f these eontestesl delogtite" from .W.Lshlngton and Arizona sat as membsr of the xmmlttee rfJid tried their own eases, five members of the National Committee who hid alrendy trieal thee tnsis sat nsriiln t members of the credentials uommltteo and the eonventlon ojted to i.rmit this by the aid of the vxy ve.tevs In question. Time are plain facts told b) one vvlio was there and who became of Veaia In fighting unfair election methods in l Kentucky, against his party. felt all the more the humiliation and disgrace when tho Mine tactics, used tit the Music lla'l Convention hume ears agotppeare-- In a Itjiubllevan Convention in Chlcugo. This Is written In sorrow, not with a view of venting vengeance up on anyone, but that the truth may be known no matt'r what our course mu lie In the future dqvelopni' nts. After the tainted delegates had betn seatel, the lteoevlt .biment .to the extent of r,o refused to vote, but if tea wards at another hill vated for Col. l!oo,sovelt jind look w'th the unseated steijs-t-o organize n new party. The revolt i.s widespread and it Is not clear what the result will be. Jt Is safe to say however, that in States like Callfor. nla, Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Wlwonsln, West Virginia and Pennsylvania llooseve will poll more votefc on an Independent ticket than the Pre.s!den,t i'an get on the t uml-- r regular Uie circumstances. I'rae.tle-allall the enthusiasm at Uie convention hall, on tlw streets of ChbuKfi and around the- - hotels was for Hooseveit. The laboring people In the middle walks of life and were wild fur him. Tho same flghti il"l"-gate- s, practically Itoosvrttlt CENTERTOWN MERCANTILE CO. Centertown, Kentucky. Our buyer has just returned from the city and we A For Sale. established Pry Good", S'ioi Clothing and Millinery In business Hartford. Kj. Splendid chance to po 1" olea.vint and piofltable Will sell at a aeod discount, (loexl fKtur- s. .lean sti'k, w Ithout the usual amount u if dead steck. if Intr-fctet- l, promjitly. DAP.XAItD & CO IVe-l- l bus-lnej'- ' I 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 Sale, as we are not overstocked with old goods, but what we have to offer is New Merchandise picked up at a bargain. We shall not. undertake to go into details to give you here what we have for you, but ask you to come and be convinced. j ! Tea. Monument Unveiling. On Sunday Jun- SO the monumnt rt ored-ntla- ls s overcisn John 1 Alfonl will be unveiled at Sunn.vsHe Cemetery, lle.iv r Dam.Ky NelliborheKsl cimips are inv . to be present anel a.sist in the work 1 About Baltimore Convention. Chlcairo, nltte-- ji't Illno's, Juno on Perjiument nam-- ywterday The C m. Organization Senator-- , lect Old, i'T dlre-cta- tk-kti- tioi s s to nrevent the burning and the tripling uf children and their death nam loc't-Ja- w Novel Ground of Contest, by prohibiting tho alo of flrew.ork One of the grounds nn wlile.li the AT3 like diktructho Official of the new .State. prjnvirv afplatIon of this fac,t Is cvlilencivl by law Is attacked In the courts Is that the enactment and i nforeanunt of ap- while under the Constitution a leul propriate ordlnanjci's. (Many officials voter, who has attained tho age of liavc In the most salutary ,way ooperat-cd twenty-on- e years Is eligible ,1o hold certain "with otflce-s- , under the provlnlona of tho new wl In tjio afo and sane, State primary law lie would Ikivo lo b9 against firework has ,booji at le.ist tvventyvvo years oW befor or prohibitive. The latter, of course, ho loujd become u candidate fur an give the hert results, This novel situation arise from tt Jn turopfan couiitrlos occ.islons akin fact that In filling out bis nominating to our Iml'pendtnice Jjuy are coiniiieiiior- - papers the candidate Is required to state jAed by means of fetes and ther plctur-fju- e his jurty affiliation and that he mip. ceremonies, iiiite mlcriuately.Jurt ported tlio nominee of ntld putty ut tlni a heartily and with us unuuli intilullc procefdliu; rcgu'ar olesstlon. This, It fervor ua among us. Continental is claimed, would prevent a per.son whn Juive a mortfor festivities, hud Just turned twenty-on- e j cars from al a w(J) nn all other klnids. I'Vr wVilt bccomlnjr a candidate in the State priatrIotJw!i, oiatoiy nvty suffice; but mary, because he could not state that is not Katisfylntr t Lite youth of the he had voted for the party nominees at 4m& In the legitimate Intertvus of, the jirovioua general election. Mt. Ster. boyhood and girlhood, things equally line Oazette. , m brilliant and satisfactory must be Mi fox tho nolao, the flare and thj Taict. yvHcolored flame; and substitutes even Taxca for year 1812 are now due, and jsore rci.'endent ha,vo been found In we aro ready to receive hame. ,We have now onrtthods by ftbundanoe. T. H. BLACK, tplco Uuc tlounta ohall to b a 'iit 6beri Ohio County. e. peo-Xi- ta PtyYow cm from Island, Ky., the goicst of Khv. M. Karris. nnd Mrs. Uro. Illrch Shields returned home U Miss Maude Miller will t"ach tli Monday inornlni; after having Itocklsirt preached for lib at ".Co S.Uurdny and at Horton school. Ths term begins the sth Is Miss Miller's flit 11 a. in. and 7 p. in. Sunday. We und"r-stan- d This mil Hro. Shleilds is to conduct or as. we wish her mueih success. Miss Jermll May is uA home fremi slst in conducting a revival abuut sU mploye miles from itockport In which Ha would Lltchfleld, where she lias years b the l.iJteh. begin work Immediately upon his arrival for the past seie-ra- l field Olrtthltu; Co. home. Colle-gcame .is meeting width bognn The loss of llatlford Tho revival unwelcome neivvs to OUton pcop'e, and being 15 nnd whWi is Here June by K"v. and Mis. Talbott and It Is earnestly hMd tluU a nt.vv anJ better building can 19 lmmediutely daughter, P'omicc, and the lt,v, Chrl-'-t(Sentry, the pastor, continues with erected, and a now and grander life be. Its past Increvifclng Interest. The Woodman Iia.ll. gun that will oven surjtass Honorable record. May the nw HaKoiil In which the is being conductfacktl to College bo the first and most Importaat ed, luis several itlines stepping stono in tho educational p..h For Sale. Its utmost capacity. Sirs. John Allen Is snmeiwhat Improved for Ohio and adjoining counties, and that Oreat big Ice box. Suitable for large from her Illness of 'a--t week and has will prepare the inassus for Msltloiis family, restaurant or boarding lioute. been able to mike two trips to I'orjj-vUl- o In the old Commonwealth thu.. none Will sell Uieap. See w. H. ltll.CV, other than Hartford College can do. where she Is .taking .tn'jtmont. Mf Hartford, Ky. The sudden dca,th by Heart fullure, of VmU V. MUlcr wiis in J'ordsvllle I. C. Magnum, Iltll James, was a great Tuesday. Resolutions of Respect. First, We humbly submit to the will Mr. lMwnrd C. Tjler, the portrait umn shock to evtrjone vho knew iilm. Mr. peoof the Supreme Commander, who called Has gone to Spring Lick and White James was liked by all the Oluton ple for his klnl words and ever present Sir Knight Hemy Martin, from Hartford Ilun to deliver pictures. Mr. SamutJ Glafscock has gone to Tent No. VJ, Knlshts of the jMae i1be;s, IyOUlsvlUo where he acce'ptcd a position to tliat Supremo Tent above. Second, Wo h,wo lost a faithful Sir as streetcar motornmn. Is o,t home Knight In Hemy Martin min who Mr. James 11. Glasse-oowus always, when In our city, jiresent from a visit to fordsvllle, Owcnsboio, and at Clovcrport where ho visited his nt every lleviOM, and wo e.unojtly every Sir Knight to i mulato son. Is o.t home from Miss liessle His virtues, and to strive to inwt our fondsvllle, where she spent seivei.1 (west: God, who does all things wejll. TJilrd. We extend to his family our with friends. Mr. T. 11. Ilosley was hero from Owens heartfelt sympathy for we loved Hl'n boro several days selling lllUKs. lie Is us you do, because he was our hnither. fourth, Wo i ocommend that the usual agent for a NashvUe bible house, and badge of mourning bo worn for thirty is reported as having Iwd splendid In hi canvass here. days, ami a opy of these leeofutlons Mrs. Mclvlna llall was at HeynolJs be prlnt"d In ea.'h of the conuty papcrf, the Bee Hive, spread upon tho minutes station Saturday and Sunday at the bedof this Tent und a copy vlven to the side of her , grandson, Itaymond IU.11, family, son of Crlt Hall, who has been quite dangerously ill. , n. n. wiiDDma, Kar-to:rc- i, i Mr, ,C. J. DoswfJI, of Solphtir Sprrngi A. J. BAHNBTT, was Invtown Friday. A. u. niucy, l ItTmond lurle was here scversa dpyi vwnuumte. Lj'. LliJ. 2 lames, of Kentucky, lo b pTmauent -halrman of the Democtatlc National Convention. Senator John AV. Kern, of Indiana, was s. letted as chairman of the Committee on Platform anJ Ucsolii-Men- s after J. llryan had dillned to srrve. Tho CwmmltUe on Utiles reversal In its the order of business to the effect that the nomination of a will be made before the pi itform 's adopted. The'coiniuittee also iciwrtcd In favor of maintaining th unit rub To the latter part of the report there vwis a minority repoit. which the convention latex adopted, Uiblln the nnjorlty n,poi,t by theMote of :S3 to 411 elith-tee- n This will slve Wll-o- n votes In Ohio, and vo- t- In oUur States where district d.lei,ra,tes were elected favorable to him In primaries Ohio delegates are limited as xijlni; Mr. Harmon's name will not be presentuJ. Two sessions of the were held vesterdaj. At the ntwht .1 demonstration for Ciov. Wilson lasted thlrt-thie- e Wooh-onmlnu,tes. Ure-of Kentucky, was lefeatcd for permanent secretary of th" convention, hut It was said this .ictlon was without political significance. The convention in is at noon not having effected permanent orsani,utlon. -can-llinte Centertown Mercantile Company INCORPORATED. CENTERTOWN, KENTUCKY. 0LAT0N. smile won the hearts of aU whom lie i.une In contact. The interment wsis In Iltchflelil cemetery, and the funeral was attended by n,bout 15 l. Masons from this and th Mr. .lames was :C yftirs okl. His homo wn,s at Horse llrancli. A wife and two hiiiuII chlhlr'n survive him. WJthln twenty-on- e days two or our much loved friends luive j.issed Kiidden,y from earth. Tho death of Mr Jasper I'Ucrs ivas still In Mi. mlml and hearts of our ,wIi-i- i huddenly the atnuphiro was filled with the sad phrclng words, "lllll James Is dnd." Mrs. C. N, MQDanliil, and d,.i,ugli(ter. Miss Jele, of tli. Jingo vicinity, visited Ik re sover.rf days and attended the revival. ltev. nnd Mrs. TtiiUif. and daughter. Klorewe, will a mooting at Kver-leigKy., when they leave Iwrc, and Hro. Gentry will pudiahly go near Hawesvl'le. tho-cwi- th l'.Ut-Mllbe-l- n 1 4 b'n Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A vSvSvSvSvStSvSqfSiSvSvSiWvSvSs k AUTOMOBILE TRANSFER Splendid car meets ill train's. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. G!as.-oo,.- -k From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return u:-ce- ss COOPER A, K.y. CO .'. i Vs - c MEN'S LOW CUT SHOES Mre. C. 13. JUifWfl tm'J ilniiRhtorx, of nro vtjtVt!n Jlrj. Hhki-w- ' i:ircnl Cnpt tinl Mrx. H. K. Cox. TIip ('lirlstlnn rcvlml, which lias lioen In Jri;rt(i at Uioi-uiirlimi9 fnnteveru! .Sunday. iliy. .will i'Iiw 1'Vk.Uin, t Jl(wt KraiW- - f nt CAItllUN l'Al'Wt, pur-it- o Jlr. Arthur I'ttty lion nrceptcil n ) sltlofl iw forcnun In tlia illartfnril JK7 uM office, micctodlnK Mr. .1. Jlsvk lic left Inst JUtundny mornNcwnvui, ing tor Krutikfort, wliero ho Jm ft I pultlti with tho Krunkfnrl Job 1'rlnt-l- n Ci. ko-kUnlit-cnhi- QG9GQiKJ&i9QGie9Q9SQG9&Q9QS& SUMMER Cliy MnrnlinJ .1, 1. rtt'niveps Init o fhii mt The JUipuhlltrin or hlock. for linrw iiboiit ikkim WcihuHiliy whrii office. tf. ,trurl( IiIh liarn on KrrrlTlciiitreJt Ico Crenm , Tinwris nil slros nnd OwIiik to tho henvy rain lit noon tlmo S. L. KINO, low:st Jirlcos. ' llnrtfortl, Ky. Mr. HteveriH ilhl not ko to the barn r.tf to feed tho liorm. nnd (lid not illrcivr Ilftst wade of CAUIION I'Al'Ult, tir. aicclilent until Inter In the nfli-pie or lLu;k, fur Kilo at Tlie U'ullintn the noon. office. itf. ISwi. .1. C'tirl Jnckoon, of Centertown, For VonX Mason 1'rult Jars call on II. ,s. Chnmb.-rlnln- , and S. 1... KING, tf of No Creek, are DiiperlnlcndlnR tho erection Hnrtford, Ky. Mlsi Alice Tnylor Juih redurnul from of a ntw Rteel bridge acrnss iMuddy IjouIavIIIc, wh-- re fdic lint hcen nttcnin;r Creek, on tho Hartford nnd Ccntcrtoivn the Ilryitit k Ktratton bulneH fullegl. rond. About ten lny will bo requlrerl to comjilito the work, nnd durlns tint Mlw I'lora Miles', of Unlontwon, Iml., ntrlvtil Monday to bo tlio Kiict of her tlmo tlicr will hi no travel ncrow Muddy erek nt that point. Klsttr, Jitlin W. Tjiylnr for a fe.v FOOTWEAR! White Oxfords Also, i:. For Ladies, Misses and Children. lr. We cannot suggest anything jvooicr or more ls.omfortnb!e for warm weather than a pair of our l iyn. Mr. I'Jumer Ilcnnelt nnd llttlo Mli Willie Irene, wero plea-pn- t "The Vulture's Oaw" Is full of Chrisdaiislilcr tianity, complications comedy, rdma'hce callers and tragedy and written by Rev. C. F. after-noon. Korrect Shape Oxfords Msdemcr Korrrct Shape models that conform to the natural lines ol the human foot. A Wlmberly, who held the Methodist revival In Hartford recently. It Is a won 'Mm'ws. TIco UaUor nnd Hen h. Davis derful book and wf are offering It and tl.O'i. tJ. S. Chamberlain, were jlear- - The Republican for one year for and ant calltre nt The ll"publl,iTin office WJd' 8endyour orders before books aro exhaus ed. JStf i nculai. at Tho ilepublimn office, TiHnlay li. White Shoes Tan Pumps Gun Metal Pumps Patent Oxfords and Pumps GOOD OLD EVERY DAY and Shapes to choose from Lane Variety of Styles They cannot help but tatiify you. Ak about our Burrojapi Patent Leather. Become a Kokrict Ehah enthusiast today. Burt A Packard C., Mahtts Jlr. Wallace Wedding left !at fvek Tho many friends In Hartford of Mr. for l'tner, Colo., after u vllt hero lluymer TInsley will be glad to learn f his Kf fortune hi being elected as th? with lila father, Jud.no It. It. Wedfllnj-anprincipal of Hie high rchoal ot Greenfamily. 1 Quito u ht of tobaiyx) J .being Klilppd ville, Ky. Ho recently was graduate In hogshnubi EASY FOOTWEAR For Women who need to rest their feet We have the style yon want at the price yon want to pay. wnr ilnniw Brchtn, ci. from' tho Jlartford totnat.ro to Owenflxmi. anil will bo shlj)td frju that point to liglund. Whin you go away this summer on your vacation let Tho Itejiut.'JK7in km to your uldrv-v- i week, nrifl keep nboitf the ufCalrs Ix'k home. from tho cla.iitcnl dopartmunt of Kentucky State University and Is a graduate j of Hartford ColUwe, and Is well qualified for this position. .While Jlr. Tins-le- y Is now touring Kurope, ho will return In tlmo this fall to begin his Bchool work. Wo have on hand si big surplus of Mens Low Cut Shoes in Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Vici, Tans, et,c- - that are somewhat out of date, but are the very things you will want for ease and comfort for an shoe. Our regular price on these goods every-da- y was four dollars. Our price to close out the bunch is Sl.fiO per jlair. While we lose7 you gain. Buy a .pair they will do you good. See them in our window. Jlrs. Uebccca Leach, who died at her Mr. K. I. Sandefur, of Narrow, has homo near llLi, Jast Sunday wap burled lCin us!irned to a position iih hi tho family grave yard lait JIon,day. at Ado'phn , Al!n iun-ty- . Tho serlcts were conduct) id by her Ivy., nnd will take charge July 1. pastor, Itev. 1111 AV'csley, of the M. K. We will pay caAc for Ginseng, Yellow Itoot and Mayapple mutt be well dried and Ginseng not split or strung. W.H. MOOIiE & SON. Church nt No Creek. Jlrs Leach iwas tho widow of Jlr. H. t. Iyach, deceased. She Is survived by one son; ono brother, Jlr. J. A. C. Park; two sltcra". Jlr Davis and Jlrs. W. C. Uennett Mr. Carroll !?mlth, of Troy.Oldo.who Ilotturt and is also rclateii to Jlr1. Josephine btltlng rilatlvip utMrHinri, Is and WooJward, of this Mr. V. W. iMiniuti, of McJItnry, tran3-iLot- Park and Jlr. Ilrnest t'lty. biiHlncvs.4 hero .Monday iiftcrnoon. Jlr. A. It. I'lutnmer and mot it r, Mr. In the examinations of. J'ordsil'le last Friday and for ltotinrt 1'luninrr, of Centertown, weio to ttach In the Ohio Couniy fcchools Uie gurwt.s of .JiKlge Miller mill fnmlly were fifteen who .made flrrt class and lr. J. W. Taylor and. fnmlly.Tue-da- y there certificates; fifteen 8"cond class; thre nnd WvilncvLiy. el I . Our Men's and Boys' Oxfords Are right in style, quality and price Tans, Patents, Kids and Guns. The famous King: Quality make, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. Select your shoes now before your size is sold. L P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. xj&3&xxxx2sxxaoxxaaaoi36o MfoftSftAMftAAftftftftat & SPECIAL I beg to announce that Dr. I. Pulverman, the Optometrist and Optician, formerly the head Optometrist and Manager of the Louisville Optical Co., Louisville, Ky., one of the best authorities in Optics, is going to be at my drug store for two days, Friday and Saturday, .luno 28 and 29. This will give all the people of our town and community who sutler with their eyes or are in need of glasses a splendid opportunity to have o to o J their eyes-examine- AS A SPECIAL OFFER, $5 EXAMINATION FREE The Doctor will examine your eyes free of charge during these few days. SPECIAL 10 A pair of perfect Spherical Lenses and 5 year filled Frames, fitted to your eyes for only $1.00 -.-- of j kirtMw S -- s . . iamfsh. williams! THE 1foo6 j 5 M -- - -- STORE tfSWreSSSWHHHHF1. 9 to Hartford Republican. FHUM,Y, JVN& S8. Plenty of Seed Potatoes son's at U. S. Car- W Advertise your wants In Ttio ItcpublU pan. . if. . M. H. L. ft E. Kailroad Time Table at Hartford; Ky. 4 N. tim tor While It lasts, "Bed Hock" 25c cash at U. S. Carsons. MtVf.Jotw SOc Coffee 41tf. card - etf ectlYe jMonday N. M. 'Nfc Ave- aifct 112 Norti (Bound due 7:10 a. so. ale;yyirit was culler at The llopublktin ofCfio, It. PJtlppH daily 114 NorUt 114 aut Buaday. Bound fee 3:40 N. season Will soon be here. The print you Let The Hartford tine quality prlnUnj: of any kind bills for the Plc'-Nlall o The Hartford Republican. Centir-t Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Jlqwe.-o- f " MUs.Mary AoHis)n. of LouhfvJUe, h town,- returned, Tuesday ;aVt)t (roeia Pic-Nl- Q daily wott Bxmday. South Bound due 8:45 a. dally aesvt Sunday. US Bevlfe Sound due 1:46 b daily Sttjutof. H. B. MISCHKS Jlr. and Sire. "U. 8. Knight rotmricd p. m. Tuesday night from u .trip to Mammoth , cave. at Little vlsktiri 1M Kdiiu WurU U u Ovonflboro b. her sraivl parents, Jlr. Mrs. Andrew Klnc, anl A. fr llujllca c. - for county certificate was made by Mr. J w hose general o,verugo; viv yveek. X. The examination was conducted by Prof. W."It. Hedrlck an.t Jlr. ami Jlrn. IVrils Nclghborfc mil SuiH. i chlldr-'n- , of Niw AugUHtlne, Kla., who Prof. J. T. Honglnnd. been biting rcl:itlos In Heaver hae Tho funeral of Jlr. llinry. Jlnrtln, of 1mii for jutst month, liae returncl to OwonsUoro, took place Thursday aftcr-- i i Uielr home In the South. i noon at Oakwood cemetery in Hartford, Dtfliuity Slurlfr S. O. Kemvn; of lVwr anit .was In charo of Hartford Tent of Darn," lost a very fine coilt last Sunday JIaccaloefl, of wlilch order the morning. In j'aylng It fell breaking had been a member for several years. the Jeft hind Kg near th bin joint TOie deatli of Jlr. .Martin came an a grcrit sunpriso to everyone here. He reami had to be killed later, sided In Hartford for a number of year.s, Jlrs. Jlolllo Tayilor, who has been run- until few months ago, wihen a ning a bourdlng houseln lieold Groigory with his tunlty ot Owcnsboro. Besides iMjverol property on Center street for a wuiaw ho leaves a aaugnxer, aiiss ytiirs, has nioveid Into tilio Collins Kthd and one son, Cecil. propeity, ailjolnlng tho Jllsses Nal!., ' Jlr. llethel Duke left Thursday morn Now Is the time to buy a good Cultiing for KvansWUe, lnd., ,whero he haa one. neeepted vator If ou are going to buy a noaltlon as engineer on tho Call and seo my ttock, nnjwny. railway ferry boat of the Kvansvlllo S. L. KING, fat Hallway Co., which carries with it a Hartfond, Ky. good salary. For over two years Mr. Jlr. Allison ltarneU has accepted a Duke has been employed by The temporary po<lon with The Jlcjuiblloun as llncotype machinist and we as llncotype oprator during vacation. regret very .much to lose his services. He This fall he will Joavo for college, where Is an expert machinist and has had grea he will take upeclal work Jn twglncerlng. experience with gasollno engines and greateJ Jlr. Clcro liurton, w,ho has been In dc machinery, nnd his services .were In demand while li Hartford ' cllnlng health for Kcvcral months, dletl at hU home, on lower Union street Tues Sir. Charles Lewis amd a colored man, day nJght. Interment was at the JUIton Sam Jackson were drowned In Hough TajJor grave jaril Thursday morning Mt creek bc'ow Uunidice.lost Friday mprnilni, 9 o'clock. when these two and Jlr. It. 11. Knov, crossing the crsek Mrs. James Hewlett nndTliilUrtn.uJoar ot Whltesvllle, were the icreek In a skiff. The boat was heavl and GaJdys, have returned from Owcni-borwhere (Jiy visited the former's ly loaded wltli camping oqu'ipmciits and fatjitr, Jlr. W. a. lViinct, wio him the three' men were In tho center of the quite III for sometime, but is great- river when ithe Joat fttruck a snag and was iiapslzed. Dr. JI. A. JIcDonald, wife ly Improved. i and daughter, also of WJiltesville and Preparations are being tniule for ix big members of the camping party, were home coming of Ohio county peopilo at standing on the bank.but both men (wtT Centertown on July 1. Kls;where In thli drowned heforo tho doctor co,uld reach Usuo of Tho lUpubllcun wjll be found them, but Dr. McDonald was able to more Information concerning IJib Cele- save Mr. Knox, who had managed to bration. ( hold to a large box tt)a,t had been throw MIsmh Jluiy Raiding, Alma Ililey, In the river when the lnoat iwpslzcd. Mr. Clara ltobertson, Jlablo Jasper and Le.wls" body was found Vale Friday after Ononu Mosci'y, Mesws. Lowls Itlley, noon, but tho bad,y of the colored. mtn GoQdfll Wooten. Uurrell ,'suJlenger, was not found until Sunday afternoon. Haruld and Hojbmok sipent College Girl Arrest of Flirt Hunday at Sulphur Springs. Minneapolis, Minn., Jtune 25. Miss MaMr. lien Taylor, of UUjomfMd. lnd., rio Waftson, a graduate of .tlvo 19U cdais arrived, Jiero Wednesday morning to and at Malll University, Montreal. visit his brother, Mr. Jq!m W, Taylor tluufiliter of a profeA'or at Johns Hopand family. He will leave Saturday kins University, Baltimore, told In tho for Onvensboro, where he has accented a Municipal Court Mouday hojw Charles position in Arnent's barber shop. on Hloo,mber tried to ifUnt wltli Jier Mr. Rowan Uolbrook luis puicliased the the streets and talce her to a dance hall. MXss Watson, who Is In Minneapolis old Qrejcorybultdlnc ori Center street owned by the Methodist cJiunch, and Is studying sociological conditions, i was tearing the bulldWg down, pmaratory detailed by Kmlllo Qloraaux, a poltco to of the" nw Metltodlst wiomaa, to erve as a decoy to .t)ie flirt, tvh,.liU.-- wttibebecun at'an early I and hU conviction by tha court fololwed thoo failthird cl.iiis certificates I'rnif H. K. Hrow n. I'rof. A. K. Ul'.lx, ures. Tlioro were also three "plications imd County Supt. Leach were anions for ttate certlficatea. The heat graJo .9 andwo VVVVVVVSVVSrVSVV your trunks with .cool clothes now. jMsBBy!? will meet ma.nv wni nir Locvd sfHSa 0Ba fnuii Ohio county who attumled the Kentucky at l)UlsIUo this C. i. Listen! '&wc dec-use- izFgr peopkihis summer. Jtff W. SasHKiaK 1 v V " ; o, b.-e-n the trunks and suit cases and valises from us. Load your trunks at our store. Ve are "loaded" vlth summer garments to wear. and furnishings--everythi- ng . Get to unload. You can load up and save a "load" of money if you buy from us. Ve vant The best things will go first. come first. Better Mclly Cauei CARSON & CO. t A I IPCORPORATBB.. theerlon h Hartford, Kentucky, w Ute uOtrt ot yiM ltarlwn.Jisftmpck, V Vi.l tetv J.ll. IM MAlagt.it-- l lm !. ber taatlaway. l..u,lw.iJ .i iJU. 3 s: 1 "SffwTf - Jiae.aw- ?;. , 'affair, oixl left them to fight It out suf- DORR'S REBELLION OF 70 YEARS i AGO president Would Not Take Any Action. JleldSway in Rhodelsland in 1842 When People Were Rent by Opposing Governments nhl yes, Dorr; ly the way when was that?" Well, neer mint, you necel rot or there jnshamoil of your lnornncc, 2orr Ile.holllon, today wlio pan .arc few people tliolr uwex tliln quojitlon unices or nre JicnclKe back to 1S btudents of history, nn- mqii-xr- y cUne .w,s the Buffalo I YANCYL.MOSLEY. Whatever our creeds hnre said to the effect that anyone declining the drawing nnd Tltation of this Gospel Age would snf over tlie nxcltlng was Jn a turmoil HARTFORD, - KT. fer eternal torture, we nre glad that In which were taking jtace event W. H. &.J. F. GILLESPIE the Bible says nothing of this kind. Will practice his profession In ail trM that tiny New England State. Tho Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, God's Word holds out a specially glo-- 1 and In tha Court of Appeals. Also NoProprietors smallest commonwealth In the Union, rlons reward for; those who now re-- 1 tary Public Offlca ovsr First National complete; nounce the world nnd become true. it wae In the trip of two Bank. people faithful, footstep followers of Jesut i tho and State covernments But nowhere do the Scriptures ele- - ' wcro rent Into two factions, one owing aS&fasf ir.Vc1M LACKSMITHING Wednesday after 2nd Monday in Slay clare the unreasonable proposition party, the either to allegiance to one that any declining this offer of joint-Wednesday after 2nd Monday in Noveta- the opposite rlns. Brother stood arheirship with Jesus In His Kingdom alns,t brotliier, father naln.it rayed Its terms In the narrow way must Grant Ppllar.1. For.lsviHe. Tuefday nftcr and question of th; won and all over the on account of this rejection suffer AND REPAIR WORK Ini ni!day, ,n.A,a.uh' J'urs.Uy after 3?a Ma'' Thursday "er Ohio County right to vote. eternal torture. How unjust would Mond.ay n Aujtust. Thursday after .nel In November. HART ORD . Y. wn such n proposition be how ungodllkcl I' On April 18, 1S12. an election now did we ever so seriously blunder? Jiold.ln Providence, Jt. I., the result of All Matters Given Prompt AttenTh Transforming Work. i which wag to send Thomas W. Diorr, PENSION AFFIDAVITS - tion. " nu juon- SPECIALTY. ililin Note the class the Apostle mentions " VlilbCia at hat time a widely known nuin i in as undercolne the transformlne InfluHARTFOnD POLICE COUIIT. on a charge of the State. J.o prison enccs, preparing them for a share in treason. He was there under a Jjjh the Kingdom glories.. He declares In f9.,y A,,0"U'J-- - J- - i. StiveiiF. MurMiul .s. P. M.KKXMIT OTTOC. MAltTIN hut the work he trlel ailfc ontchce, the context that those to whom be -- y .oui ! mum..lo,lv,ms "Cl""1 was taken UP, by his to accomplish wrote were once alienated from God, ,,cy CountiJ-- J. H Williams. Mayor; foe!, enemies in mind by wicked works, yet the goal he aimed at was urtr A eniUTfc if Ciuni'l!-UU- -rt 11 IHIV- now reconciled. Ah, as every Chris by others and he was achieved K- Is a wonderful, r. Moure. tian knows, there Cexijr, IV. J UevuJ. from prison. mS,,"W1..rriU,.'Lfc-4l- :'transforming Influence In the Message Chair- really-datKy. of the trouble The start of the love and grace of God. And when Jlay 2J, 17WI. Ifcick to It Is this that St. Paul here declares. itEUGIOUS SEI1V1CES. i JUiode Island ratltliid the ferhral conJesus first of all through His death ces le--i,ulrcu monrlng tho last of the l"J stitution. It as a satisfaction of Justice made pos.5 j ,. ..vn vy'TK r" ai'l third Sun- Union original co'onle-- s to enter the Life, Accident, SicK sible the acceptance of the alienated, 4J nionin. Sunday tthoo) y .i.m:,.J.f"e.r.,",",ln V Joiner, Wedni,- condemned ones. Next the Message of and when It did so It retained Its origlu T. and Fire. Divine Grace, the call to be sons of 3W" iptlst In grantee! every rator. inal icluirtcr, Sunday God, reached the hearts of many ami wus an archie old II. Charles It Inetl"; emVnm"tr ,,,1,I"K "try w- - WILL ALSO BOND YOU. r captuied them. The Message not only dr inrf orinwto.tur rx rt m art h had I rj m ,the right to document and confine lntA inula Vrvt eTtIw. lw to tlula works In their hearts to tci, but works coPTrUtbULttc, in ALL COUNTRIES. buniiu) at 11 a. m. and 7 p. )n. ote to owners of a fieehold vprth Jwir.rs dirrttv.Uh WatUnglc taut t!mf, powerfully also in tlielr bodies to do, w- w5ie"' " "' pas't'or. J manry ana cjttn In J1S4 or renting for $7 per year and to the extent of ability, the will of Patent and Infringement Pnttlce Eicluttvely. O. P. Churrti-Servl- ces time went on 17aeh nse of our lives lias Its Joys. Old God. And it Is these that the Apostle flrH Sunday tL to their oldest .ons. As rite or come to u Ht each month at 11 a. jn. and 7 p. 710 tifktk Itiwt, uu TilUd eutM Jym more Sunday Scool S.U. nnl people Mumld be happy, and they will be declares the ISedeeiner will present bebecame this restriction AND CURE LUNC8 WASHINGTON. D. C. to fore the Father holy, unblameable. more obnoxious to the majority of the Chambei Iain's Tablets are taken SECflET SOCIETIES. proThe transforming work now exstrengthen the digestion nnd Keep the citizens of the' State, who were jiuruorei l.o.lte io. C75. F. & A. M., WITH in the govern- bowels regular. These tablets are mild gresses in their minds, in tlielr hearts, cluded from a slmre miets Urn and third .Monday jilj,ht in and all the faithful will share in the each month. Owen Hunttr. W. .v., L. Another distasteful feature of and gentle In tlielr action and cspeolally ment. P. First or Chief Resurrection "changed jvcytiione Chapter So. lit. R. A. M., was tho lnciiMlltliV! suitable for pceiple of middle ago and iu a moment, in the twinkling of an the old charter meits every third Sutur.luv- - nlKht in m In the loewr older, l'or sale by all dealers. In the ri'pre.entiLtlon eye," to perfection on the spirit plane. I ?vcl!.n?,0,r,u,'- - Jo!" T- - Aloore lllth I'rlctt b. 'illlKiey. Seeretarv. SV, Jn PBICB "We shall be like Him, for we bhall home of the Legislature. FOR OQUCHS Hartford Chapter No. o. E. S He A $1.06. . of see Him as lie is." But the Apostle, meets Mcond and fourth H. wben Newort had a population Trial Bottle Fin Monday even': 0LD9 LUNQTR0UBLE8. EASTVIEW. Very Serious reminds us in the succeeding verse U.il.MMiiA Secretary. A"'on, W. M. Ills. AND Alt THROAT AND KSJ3, was entitled to oh mprescn-totlve- e June l'A- - The genersil stene Jimie and that all this glorious outcome Is de- ItouBh itiver Lodge So. lilcneo, with 21,1.1 while Pro It is a very serious matter to ask GUAKANTKXD 8 ATIBFAOTOSYl Tiif;davfcnfKht eontuits of Mi, 11. e). King nnd Co, pendent it all hangs upon the word if Jl"8;,,',",.'8 OK X ONST KKFX7NDXO. for one medicine and have the persons, was allow. d only four. of'nn,.',lrKkl C C-- J- - x,y lostcr?K. if we continue in the faith; if we at West. rf iol.l was bunted the Mil init. wrong one given you. For this Thomas V. Doir, u luwjer and a The cause-- of Uie fire Is .unknown. are grounded nnd settled, and if we reason we urge you in buying to 'S"h?wur5lr.n.,r". ani lMia Thursday .Harvard graduate, member of one of Messis, H. J. mid A. T. 1'reni.h be not moved away from the hope . Commander ' I l be careful to get the genuine ' ' Foreman, Itecord Keeper. the old families of l'ro Mcnee, which we have received. BOOKKEEPING buslnis lit Ovvn.sb.no Thuisilay. Sunshine Hive No. ctard',-. L. O. T M The Apostle reminds us that this Is lusiseaa,pisMraBliy ills State was greatly ihal meets every first and third Friday nlclit 31r. and His. Ion CoolK, of hlvl TYPEWRITING and of not a special, private Message, but the BUGK-DRAkHin progress by this niollov.il fotm vnl?OB,5; ilrs- - Aue Gr ffln.Lady spent Saturday mid Sunday in this vi- very Identical one Message, T TELEGRAPHY the one lS0eeno,rdaeeeri,er!r,, LU" government and he ivsalied .to change LaX """". cinity. Gospel, once delivered WILRHIR nRflMfJIffiHIttfilLlflE Isi. mM it He attempted to gain an en.t Jlr. and Mrs. mil Smith mid Alb-i- l to the the one "faith proclaimed for Liver Medicine saints" and III Pmldfnt kaa of rir(tnre In mrtitllf the l.orflsUture, but this Taj lor spent S.iturday throuieh asa t'SoilnB ihi.Iufm, 1m 32 ;rrt rdardinc w,i l'it."'? and 5unduy lwlth every creature which is under heaven. The reputation of this old, reliayiiaK ni. n inn miiw.i lor PDfrM. mWKn9t SOW. orgunl.od llu itluu PKone failed, nis-BCm. By this he did not mean to say that the Ohio Trlbs No. 1, lmp. order Had relatives at Coneoid. JTB.UilBUn.Er. ble medicine, for constipation, in"suffrage associations" all over the Mr. digestion and liver trouble, is firmuay nlht in lath month. and Mrs. : il Mangle ni.il Kin Gospel bad been preached In heathen tate, cumiMivd laigely of the men Noel, spent TliursiLiy ly established. It does not imitate lands. Indeed, although more than li&ordT"l'n'- - A- - U,'a,t' &M t at other medicines. It is better than eighteen centuries have passed, the otlng tinder wbo were oxcluded fiom JJaitfurd Canifi, AV Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. I.. .l;e,sle .''ifiit "W. others, or it would not be the faNo. Gospel is not yet preached to every .itvA-.the old charter, hut also imitulnlni; a t very Miond nnil Saturday vorite liver powder, with a larger and Sunday with nnla,Uvi-at creature under heaven. What St Paul Isllit In c,,..m.l:n,,.1! tourth Coiiiinan-S- I t Jew voters who iimII.mI tho lnjiihtlv-josale than all others combined, der. I'. Williams. Clerk. W. C. Iliihsellvllle. did mean is that the Gospel, which Wallace.-- . SOU) IK TOWN the existing form of goern,iinnt. F2 ,ort(,n Van No. 4, a. A. R . ,ii'riCston Jlr. iuv! Mr.s. Homer Mtrtln Jiiaile n oilgfnally waj confined to the Jew, was Tlke.se associations In assemble! btisliiejis trip to from the days of Cornelius, the first i S.iturday. -- ".iuAy m v acn inumh ah. IVovJdence on Jul 5, 1SU. and uitthoi-Jze- d , -- ford Mills. Commander; . Mr. John Jackson, of Char Itun, was Gentile convert, open to nil people of ' J. M. Jtoeers, Adjt. their committee to call u i (inven- In every nationality under heaven-- to all this vlelnlty Moixbiy. Succeed when everything else fafla, Woodmen of the tion nnd flame a new constitution for wbo had the hearing ear and apprcci- - When Not Protected by a Tariff. )v;Vii Clrc-le- , ,'e M.on.l ,. id mli In nervous prostration and feraala ntive heart. But. alas, how compnra- - TMt1 American mark.t, when not l'r. the State. This was done and mb- they are the lively few are in such attitude of mind ,,,. a Tarf, ,H iery ,nrjse uml ,,,.. H.rinIUlion?,&l,,i:' UUUnI'-u'- " i:- weaVnettea thousands have snpresae inltfcwl to a voU) of the people. Tho remedy, as testified. ns to be npprcclntlve of God's race! I ytfuffragldth asset teil that a majority of Irahle. il.ro ar- - iCWO.tK peopli, tho A. S. at r. F55J5!PHEf li-ivOnly the few, "a little flock." bare For Infants and Children. 4boe entitled to ote under tho char veeirld. and they luy a STOMACH TROUBLE National Offlcerfc: been found, ns God foreknew imd as weulthlet In the ter Juul favoie.l it no It was .leclar. ; Tiu Kind You Have k is the best medicine ever alt Pretldent-- M. Moi.xivir, of mod. ImrnuiM amount F. Sharp. Narrsws, Ky. Always Bough? Jesus foretold. Ice Preslelent-- J. over a druggist's counter. Ji. Wmm1. o bo the fundamental law of tlie lout they want dres.inoei.lK and mltlns .r tho Tha Future Program Different, Jj. Kump. litoirwealth. Ind. Bears the ! h lfli tust Ktflde, and uhhI alBut God Is interested ln our entire Stute Of fleers: Under Its j.r Islons State officii s Signature of race. He did not piovide the redemp- ways pay a j.roflt that In jei4ntnu lo H- - H' Frompn. Carroll county. Tres. were elected on Apt II IS, 1SIJ, ' with tion merely for the wiintly otes whom tho cut of Jnnufn.iture Jh inueji higher Pre'sld t rrtU' 1Indertt"1 county Vice Porr as Clovcrnor. Jlatly In May tho lie specially lores and Is now drawing. than U jHisHlMe with elinji koo'I. H S. B. Jtobertson, McLean county, Sec.-How to Tell Womans' Age. On the contrary, "Jesus Christ, by the would heem that tho American market new sovrnmnt iittemjitctl to otgii't-Jr-- e P. Itocmtr, Warren county, State grace of God. tasted death for every "Jegal Statju RVfl. the MKKMB'SiMMSUCCCni government'' A method of telling a ,,:ikui' would ho an extollent one for the BritC C. Allen. Hcnrv rnunt- - e.r.A T n. man." (Hebrews il, 9.) Hence it does under the charter, at the held tho month hi which m,o wj.s Jynn, Is us tl.i Graves, Allen county, AlHtunt state i SPECIAL not surprise us that God's Plan, which ish nianufaeturer to cultivate. organizers. BFata4 astli Ms Ba.Um. AtrlUwUlR of which iwa Uov. Samuel IV. ,Klng. follows: While tho WlUon hill wiw in e'ff.ot .n BiUtyouoariMrBiaBSBteattomsr. Hoard of Directors. Ben Watson, War- m begins with the calling of tbe talutly H The Miffraglst party assembled unjnanuta.turpr8 ren county; C. M. Barnett. Ohio counAsk the woman hi .(uottlon to write on few, by no means ends with tbem. In- this HrltHi ty; A. If. Brooks, Bracken county; It. K. der aims and at lrovldciv.u iui.1 at. a pl.ee of keeping It secret, tha deed tlielr calling uud election is with learne-- that tlie A,meiln market under I. Bay, Hardin county, und J. F. Dow, piKTse. I , ecABUNTKea Jlulilenb. rt' county. I 4wnptid to si Uu the but re. number of the month In which nho wis a view to the blessing eventually of a low Tariff wa-- s aj. ntxnl k sm n eir Ohio County Officers: I Wrltt tfttayf Mtmthn thh Paptr. I tiled on tin JTOitiudi of (lo. King bom. This numbi-H. U Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Pam.Ky. tbe unwilling, wbo now They enUinje-- l theiT mill) in many vaB roust niuUljily the Ilenry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. I i"irsrisUrfUVXAi,VVrVva. I with it jnUIUty tfime. The suite was by J. add 5 to tho multiply by have ears but hear not, and ejts but and decllnul busineM, fnun other jMrtH D. ord. Treus., Hartford. Ky. d'jilaxd to bo uiiilir iiuttlal law an M, aId her age, Mibtrnt SG3, udd 113, see not world In ouler to mnply tho COUNTV BOAItD OF EDUCATION. These, tbe Illhle tells us. are foou to of the JLVorr fled. tlov. Kim; otfered jH,i,n and .tell ou the answer. Amorlcan deimanel. It loeiKc.l us If tli-- y Henry Lenrh. Chairman. Hartford. Ky. be dealt with iu a different manner. , 4tward for his tiptui-but tho iluv If the woman Is SO jtviro of nge and Force Is to be used. Tbe power of would boon be teirleJi Unit .thiiy I. L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, It. F. D. No. C. ernor of the neighboring was Ikiui In Juno hei .will got ti.' xiua's the Messianic Kingdom will bintl Satan havo to build new v.;irHioumvs in which Stat, s E. C. Hartford, Bey nobis. Ky. 3. M. S. I'attcreon, Olaton, Ky. to miirviuler 17.SKJ enial the fugitive and 1.', Jilua 3 ciu-ilplus for a thousand years and will restrain to ke-thejr money. tin, 4. U. L. Alford, White Bun, Ky. llorr traveled through t'oimeetU-iit- , her ige eiiu.ils STU, minus .a."", e.pials 503, evil. Divine Power will also let loose 5. lllchard I'imner, Taylor lIlnes.Ky. UiMcKnl'y hill und llut aloiu; 6. J. L. Brown, llockport. Ky. -- Jid Vermont New VoiU trying to phiB 113 umul ti.v. Tlw first figure on all tbe glorious ngencles of Truth, It put a quietus ion tho Wilton ,1)11), with righteousness, light, until the whole a Protective Tat Iff on wewle-- m.inufa:-ture- s. ruJte Mipjx.rt In men uud money. Th. tlw loft In this tvise, the month country whu' hecume Int. uvt,,l n In vvhluh tlie lady was born, un.0 till rnrtb shall be tilled with tbe knowlThe UrlUsh Koudfi cotUd not j.is edge of the glory of God as tbe watlie struggle und many p.plo In nth.. two remaining figure right ters cover tbe great deep; and on tlu.-tho litgli barrier. The T.mlt waHrtluijt the f0Avireye7g POSITIONS' until Htatc Kave the Ithodu Island "uIm1,'i stand for her age. Answers, lAiiidon PLENTIFUL .were "none sbnll need tu say to bis neigh- additions to the woolen factories .dm they wire tailed by Ilia King nrly. who had bor, Know tliou, the Lord, because all usclefiti and the nianufiicture-Vheji tUJr our clilld and Mijiport. jiere wilwoirilnc oouijli shall know Him. from the least of declined other biuv!nts In order to catci O tand of ;nen, they mid, who be ciit ef ul to keoji tlie cojuth looto and tbem to tbe greatest" "In that day to tho Ami'rlcan tr.oilo wile iforced to BoapdT wire jirotcotlng against t runny an fifanStfsffwfon iay by kivinir Chambr-laln'- a tbe righteous shall nourish." instead find new business ln order to keep their rylr to ibring tlielr Stuto Into line Couth hmedy as may Ihj re.ulreel af tbe wicked. In that day evil doers mills runnlnK.ItochefcUr Democrat and with the political ldesis of the rest of This remedy will also l!o,ulfy the touh will suffer stripes and. if they do not Chronicle. tbefec-Dnwill be ' . mucus and make it tatler to expector- repent, they whereas cut off iurighteousd 4s Union. """jy Death; all tbe saaasliwSf JOoth King and Porr appealed to. tho ates tj has bm usee! t.uonifuUy ln bnll Increase their Joys and, be recelv-- d J'V'dera) government for uld, Ijiit 1'rc. many i)ldenJc and is tafe And aure. FOR FLETCHER'S Wewton&r' Into life eternal. TyJtr nfuwd tg umidiv in the For sale by all d&ierc.J , m New: But years no Jlhodo Island n.n.1. matter, ithe whole country Uint for 70 In-- 1 , e l- f the Atennwhll" the mnmt)ori in arms at frage lvr1y oMentbltitl Chrrwke, iten miles from 1'rovldeneo them to bwd returnod nnd Dorr against the jnrty In puwer. He found between 600 and 1,000 mrn, mot of with mmkets ntrenclienl on th J ithem of Acoto Hill, just outside the town. It was not n very strong posi height tion as n nolghborlng The supply of their jHsltlon. ammunition was small and tho rein Is org.tnl7.itlo-- i were absolutely wltbhout They camo nnil went at plca,snro and were but little more tlian n mob. imlll-tl- a Gov. King gnthertfl come 3,000 In l'rovldenie nnd orderesl them to ndvanco against the rebel "fort.' 'Tho to Clio- State troops went forward picket nnd on Monday morning, June 18, "stormed" Acoto Hill, lis It announced by Gov. King, ,but tounfl tu SuniUy one behind the .breastworks. had decided that 'ills afternoon Dorr cause was doomod and had order.jd his followers to disperse, while he himself flee! to Connecticut. 100 men, The mllltla armstcd about found near the camp of the "robols,'' to Providence, them and marched for wlitre they were kept prisoners several months, but ftnally reloasl. the reward for Gov. King Increased tho "arch traitor," Borr, to J3.000, but as the Governor of Connecticut refused to give him up he was safe from arrest. After spending some wee'ks as a fugitive, Dorr returned on Ills awn He was nt oneo will to llhode Island. arrested and pl.icsl on trial for )tlgh treason against , the State of llhode and senIsland. He was convicted tenced to life Imprisonment. It But tho strife was not In nln. resulted In tho "legal State government" submitting to the people u net constitution, but it failed to pass. A second constitution, similar to the on? framed by the suffr.ige party, was pur to a vote and recleved n inujoiity und of th" became the fundamental law State. Min In llhode Island b.'gnn to reall)oir was tc'linieiilly ize that while guilty of treason, nvinilly he was light and III 1SI7 this sentiment beciime stremg that the legislature w.us fnr.s'd to take cognizance, lie was not only released from prison, but the leeoi of his conv lotion was epunrfil. Bcur returned to his home und lived In seclusion until the time of his death, seven y.ais later. ' , tlinwlvt. JEHOVAH'S CONQUEST BY LOVE'S POWER. HAVE YOUR SUITS IDlir e otory Ivies Covmtjr i Cleaned s Pressed Time Approaching When Force Will Be Applied ! Elictlen of th Special CUm With a t, View to th Blccting of th Who Havo Ears but Hap Not, Eyt but 8 Not Non-Eltc- Clcvclnnd, usual large ence toelny. 0.. audi- JtiDc 23. Pastor HiiR!ell hnd bis He re- i special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. 11LDG., Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given vs (rave two Wo Mill), port the one on the text, "To pre-- 1 sent you holy nnd i Wmm UDblnmeable nnd HARTFORD, KY. PASTOR. RUSSELL) unrcprorable His slnns 1, 22. slght-"-Col- In I Quarterly Uuaiteny Coiirt-Ucsl- na on the fourth Monday in February, Aly, Law August and November. Court of Claim Convenes first TuesHARTFORD, KY. day In January and flnt Tuesday In Oetober. Metm W. II. UarnuM nnd C. K. Other County Offlcerr-- C. S. MoxBey, Surveyor, FordvJlle, Ky., It. K. U. SnilUi aiinwinoo thait tlwy luivo .forin-- a No. 2; Bernard Fodx ,Ascsor, llnrt-forjKirUnrslii',n for Idle Beiier.il pmc-tic- e Ky.. Jt. F. I). No. 2; Henry Lcuch. Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. of law, exciirt cnlmli'uil and illvur HI ley, Coroner, Hartford. caaeo, Mr. Bniltli bftlng County A.tor-iK- y JUSTICES' COUKTS. Is jvpuvontod froin iiractlckns auch B. 8. dhomberlaln, Hartford, Tuesday ceyev. Mr. Bwtrb will InJlvldurtHy after Jrd Monday in March, Tuesday af- Iter Stil Monday in June, Tuesdp" after aoctst cwb iractloe. Offices lii am Jiomw' m oeiuemuer, xuesuay aflr Hartford Jtvmblioua building, Hart 3rd Monday in Heeember. after ' &cott, Cromwell, 3rd Monday In March, Wednrnduy ufter ford, Ky. Jrd Monday In June, Wedne-sdaafter 3rd Monday In Clrcnlt Court T. F. lllrkhead. Judgt; Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. I'. Mldklff. Jailer; K. G. llarrass, Clerk; V. U. Felix, Master Oommlsloner; 11. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. II, Black, SherHARTFORD, KV. iff, Hartford. Drputl(s S. O, lioavor 1 In in, (I. 1', Joins, Itouto r, Hart Will practice We j)rofeelan In lila ford, V. 1. Harp, Hnsinc. Court first Monday in ! bruary und .'.on nnd HdJobiJnc oountle. Commercial minis iiireu wi ks, timet At.dui.iy Hi ApJ II, two wee'ks; Uilrd ALomlny in Oi'lotier and CrUnJual Practice a Specialty. two wicks. County Court.-- Il. H. Wedding. Judge; Tlnslcy, Clerk, C. K. Smith, AtW. torney, Hartford. Court convene flrat Monday In each month. . Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law a Barnes & Smith Attorneys at d, S?- GILLESPIE BROS. ! ! I hi John H. Miles, Itorkport, Friday after Monday rJ Monday Inin March, Friday after 3rd June, Friday 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd after Monday In lceinber. .'. VJJa.ck,'on- - Centertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday f Monday In June, Saturday ,e Jrd Monday in September, Saturdayufter after 3rd Monday In Heeember. n,C 'O0f Uen'row Tuseday after Tuesday S2!i M'iay ,.n i?Un,Snay. ln May, Tuesday afterafter 3rd MonSy ," NAoUvLWMUl4y Wednesday u .uunuujr m uccemuer. Attorney at Law 1 I 6 i sss? '"" J. NEY POSTER Notary Public M.'1 HnKQPQhnpinO" i'IUI oco' ,uc" 'to I vvZ. ' a Specialty. 'A : Martin & Meoecv Hartford, 1 Hartford, - Ky. :M- "". -o h South-Servi- General Insurance 1 'hureh-.crvlcis a AY C KILLthk COUGH the Dr. King's New Discovery ... -- J" tra.ii-acte- d I -- , ""VlGranS I I tt rr B Sat-ur.L- iy s J".-t.l- - Electric Bitters and CASTOR A I ..,, - ! -- beerfctary-Tre-asursr-- S. tZ&tfu lijti-nmile- PRF SEEDS t W OFFER:W N atw-nal- non-i'U-c- t. s t r snrtc, s li.-u- 1 expw-ioratio- &estess 4i Children Cry C ASTORIA wm;y. A gajj.jjVjJaJ I K tney would be lavln' their staterooms, and si'l, 'Missus Prynno,' i'l, 'me maathor's compliments and ho'd like a worrd wld yoes before yo'M gone entirely.' And 'What's this?' s'sho wld a flno show of surprise tho dayceyt-fu- l huzzy! though I'm wutcliln' her and thlnkln' sho was frightened about Romcthlu', from tho whlto turn av the face nv her. Sz'sho: "TIs In the dlvvlo's own hurry I am tho minute,' -or worrds to tho samo Ifflct. Sz'sho: 'And phwat will ho bo wantin' av mo?' 'A momlnt's conversation wld ye,' sz'I. And sz'sho: Tvo no tltno. Let mo pass ' 'I'll bo doing.' gz'I, 'nawthln' like thot,' for bo now I'm , thlnkln' LOUIS JOSEPI VANCE there's somothln' deopor behlnt her fluster and flurry thin a mere desire to bilk ye p'rhaps 'twas this thing IKaatratlaas h? Ellsworth Yaaai I've henrd yo mlntlon. And tiin Tifiirt rtllnlt I'm aum iv fit ftr aim I Roos whlto aa snow In tho face and Copyright IKt, by Louis Joaeptt Vaooa me eyes or her begins to burn llko cold grano Are and sho screams to o CHAPTER XXVI. fur help and Is afther whipping nut a gun to blow me out av her It was night when O'Rourke awoke: way wld; but 'tis nesllf thot's be way liu found himself staring wide-eyeat av boln' too .quick for her and takin' the celling of tho stateroom, upon the pistol away; and be the mercy av rippled wavering lined of light the Saints Mlsther Dravoa hears the reflected through the porthole by the shindy and hops down just in time to waters without. His mind for the snatch another gun out of the band ar time was a blank; he was merely that samo Ceclle, and be grabs the that he was rested and very gurl and turns her Into a stateroom thirsty, and that the ship was mo- and shuts the duro on her and" tionless. "And," Interrupted O'Rourke In' a Then in a blinding flash memory black rage, rising aid turning back his returned to him. He rose, curiously sleeves "And now I'm going to give and strangely weak, ye the father and mother of all pushed open the door and stepped In- thrashings, ye Insolent puppy! How to the saloon. " dare ye lay bands on a lady it was lighted, If poorly, by a smoky "Ow, murther!" chattered the boy, kerosene lamp dependent from a beam leaping away. "Be aisy, yer honor, above tho center-table- , and wore a hol- and hear mo out, for 'tis thin ye'll not low, dingy air of desolation for alt bo blamtn' ma, but If ye do I'll take .that Danny slept there, his vivid head the batln' wldout a worrd, sor." Iilllowed on arms crossed before him "Vory well," assented O'Rourke omon the table. The ship was utterly si- inously. "Hut bo quick about It, for lent, and tho O'Kourku's sensitive In- I'm mistrustful of ye altogether. Oet stinct told him tli lit It was tenanted on, ye whelp!" only by himself and the servant. Danny placed tho table between He clapped a hand on Danny's with considerable expedition. i them shoulder and shook him Into wakeful- "Aw, llsthen now," ho pleaded. "While ness. The boy leapt to his feet with Mlsther Dravos was 'tendin' to Ceclle, a cry and, seizing U'ltourke's hand, be- this Missis I'rynno was scrappln' like gan to sob upon It a touching but a wildcat, scratching and bltln', and disconcerting performance, to the last 'tis all I can do to kape her by wrap- degree exasperating to a man thirst a . nlri' nut nritia Miht nhnnt hjr nn,f bntit. lug and famished. In' her so. and I'm uiakln' a grab at as HO CUUIU, U1S- uuuumt-- , u u.nIs. .hin ,, npr,l-- nt lllro arhnl engaged his hand and thrust Danny do I catch hold av but something away, nt tho same time indicating In dcrnathe as big as a hln's egg a no uncertain tones that he preferred stouo sho a carryln round her neck, meat and drink to emotional crisis. the same as yer honor did wld tho 1'rovldcd with a duty, Danny's senti- Pool an Mame; and bo the feel av ut mental nature was diverted; he bust- ut's tho samo entirely; and thin I'm led away and returned with an excelsure 'tis tho same and thot some lent rold meal sandwiches, a salad, be way av bavin' been put cheese, and other edibles upon a tray upon ye." graced likewise by a bottle of cham"What the dlvvle!" pagne. And you are to believe that "Wan mouilnt more. . . . Now the master fell to and wolfed It all, In flghtln' wld mo the collar av her to the last crumb and the last drop. waist has come unfastened and meA new man, refreshed, he demanded self can see the string av ribbon that's a pipe, and, with his head cocked on holding the thing there. So 1 sez to one Fldo nnd something of his old hu- mesllf, sz'I, "TIs strange enough to mor twinkling In his eye, what time bear investlgatln',' 'I, 'an' I'll bo It was not clouded with bewilderment takln' a chanst at this If the masther concern at the answers he re- do be afther flayln' me alive. So I and ceived, his valet. calls Mlsther Dravos and gets him to "How long," was his first question, hould her fast while I takes out me "will I have slept now, Danny ye knife and cuts thot ribbon and pulls dlvvle?" the thing out wldout any Immodesty "Wan complete round av the clock, whatever; and there on thot ribbon Is yer honor." all sewed up, and I'm a cbamols-case- , "Where are we?" rlppln' It open an" finding this!" "At anchor, sor, off the Fort in Bom"God In Heaven!" cried O'Rourke, bay harbor." stupefied and agape; for Danny, hav"Umm-hm- . I'm by way of rememing worked up to his climax, bad drabering something of that. What of matically whipped from his pocket and :he captain?" cast upon the table between them the "Raymovcd, yer honor, to a horse-plttl- e Pool of Flame. At ashore, sor, to He looked up, blind to the glee and taste. I'm thinking thot's the word triumph In Danny's face. the doctor used, sor." "How did ye como be this?" he deO'Rourke pulled at his cigar, remanded, speaking slowly and steadily, garded regretfully the empty glass beas one who, having drunk more than fore him, and with Borne visible reluct-mc- e enc-cft-i listens to his own enunciation put the question that, more than aught else, he had wished to put erei alnce he had eaten. "And Mrs. Prynne?" "Aw, yer honbr!" "What's the matter, Danny?" "Sure, sor, and axln' yor pardon for apakin' so, and manln' no manner of dlsraysplct whatsoever " "What tho dlvvle, Danny!" Danny drew himself up with an air, "bristling Indignation. "Sure, and 'tis meself never seen the lolke av thlui wiinmln for rank iugratlchu.de, sor. And afther ail thot meself had said Frlnch vixen" to thot black-eye"Danny!" "No, sor, not wan word av ut will I wlddror, not if yer honor discharges me wld me usual month's notice, sor, this minute. Falx, didn't I see? No more and the anchor was down, sor, and yersllf did to the worrld In yer berth, 6or, thin thlm two does be after l to go via. Imllln' a boat and Inteudln" l, ashore, wldout so much as a "God In Heaven!" ,Crlsd O'Rourke. and me nieanln' the most honorable intlntlona In the world toward to detect In It the slur that liquor the maid" brings. "I mean I mean how could "Have your Intentions ever been taken this from the woman aught else toward any woman ye ever ye have lay all the time at the bottom when It spalpeen?" won a smile from, of the soa elx hundred miles and "Aw, now, yer honor " What more behind us?" "Get on with your story. ye Prynne?" demanded ' "Ask Mlsther Dravos It I do not Mrs. about me, sor. How would be bav eyeing his servant curiously belave alt, wldout I got It like I've O'Rourke, in' it at and trying to fathom bis but told ye? . . . 'Tis the real Pool of and wholly awkward air of name ye're bandlin'; that's sura. Plainly the boy thought T'other one the stone the serang because of somehighly of himself countersome ex- flung Into the say, sor, was a thing he bad accomplished, feit." ploit of prowess or stroke of diplo"How do ye know that?" macy aa yet undisclosed. 'Alsly enough, yer honor; be puttta' waa tellln' ye it "Ylssor. . . . I the maid Ceclle on the witness stand. seemed to me the height of maneness' 'Twas this way: I tuk the stone from she was displayin', ma'nln' this same Missus Prynne and Mlsther Dravos Mrs. Prynne, whin 'twas mesllf knew, and mesllf locked her in her cabin. none betther, bow much ye've laid Thin afther talkin' things over we let out on her account and hersllf not Ceclle out and be dint av threats and waltln' to settle up, wld persuasbtons, got her to tell what she "What business waa that of yours?" knew." "Go-on."Twaa none, sor. Dut yersllf had keeled over and was did to lvrythlug. "She sez thot Frinchmaa ye kilt and what am I tor if not to look out back there In Algiers, sor, is at the for ye at suck times? . . , . So bottom av It all, only he's not did be.Da afthsr ttuoppla' tkjja two just as cause je, didn't; malt;. Jk.claue, Job. av The Pool of Flame w Co-cll- con-ncio- light-heade- d y .... l., 's cross-examine- nit mm wld the laste susphlo-Io- n av tho breath av life in the body av him." "I was afraid of that," nodded rfc O'Rourko. "Tho next time wo meet, Dea Trobes and I, there'll bo no mistake about It." "She sez thot befure ho fought wld ye he'd taken tneasurcmlnts av tho stone and madn a wax mould av ut so thot whin ho failed to kill yorsllf and had got his strength back, bo wlnt to Parts anil had an Imltashun av ut made there somehow be fusing chape stones together and all thot, I belave. 'Twas Ixplnslve an' him tight up for money, so ha takes Missus Prynno Into partnership and sho puts up the cash. Thin they've been watchtn' yersllf all tbo time, sor they sets Cap'n Holo onto ye to get the atone away, and ho does It like ye know. Afther yo escaped from the Pelican, he goes ashore and mates the lady at her hotel and dayllvers the stone to her, getting hl pay and the Imltashun Into the bargain, ho inslstln' on thot because he knows ye'll be comln' back for the Pool av Flame, and he's afraid av ye afraid ye'll kill him If he can't turn over a ruby to ye like the wan he stole. So 'twas the faked stone we tuk from him thot same night and the same we brought aboard the Ranee and the same the serang sthole from ye." "I begin to see. But how about the serang? What did Ceclle have to say In explanation of him?" "She couldn't account for him at alt, sor, save thot mebbe the natives In Rangoon bad somehow got wind ar the fact that the stone was comln' back and a gang ar thlm set out to stale ut. She sez Missus Prjcne nlv-e- r cud account for the way they discovered she had ut, but they seemed to know pretty certain sure, sor, for ye'll Tecall they nlver bothered ye at all at first, and 'twas only be chanst, like, thot the serang got the Imltashun, from ye." "But what about Des Trebes? Did the maid say?" "No more than he'd been lift la Paris, sor." "And what 'ev ye done with the two of them, Mrs. Prynne and the maid? Are they still locked up saCely?" "Dlvvle a bit, yer honor. 'Twas impossible to kape them so, Dravos said, WHAT ONE CAN DO wld Missus Prynne threatening to yell bloody murther out av the poort and kick up such a row thot the authoriIN SEVENTY YEARS ties wud bo down on us If we didn't let her go. Besides, we'd got what we wanted out av her, and pwha.t was the use av holdlu' her anny longer?" Enough Shoes Worn To 'So ye let them go?" "YUsor." Out Shop. "J could kill ye for if," said O'Rourke, "and Dravos, too; for there's a deal of matters I'd like to be Inquiring Into wfth thelady this But, Danny boy, Six of Them Spent at Table, While blessed minute. there's nothing In the world I can't Seven Used Up by Average forgive ye now, for what ye've done for me. and 'twill be a strange thing -- v Woman in Grooming. If "I don't serve ye handsomely when I come Into a fortune. . . . Now don't be standin' there like a ninny, but be AT with ye and pack me things Three .ro and ten y,ears! before I lift me hand to ye. Tls In If. would Sound 'Ike a Jong time. haste we are with Des Trebes alive Mrs. Prynne on the loose; and seem as f In .that length of ttmo wo and ambithere'll be no such thing as rest for could work out all our Ilfo'a either of us until we reach Rangoon." tions, do all the things ,w really ptno (To be continued.) to tnvwl abouti n.n.1 to do, lvavo itlrae -- a puts In soo haw the rest of the world Could Shout for Joy. have lajpod up n,u asIts time, and "I want to thank you from. the bot tonishing amount of pleasure, doesn't tom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, ot It? Lewlsburg. W. Va., "for Uie wonderful seventy surely In Ask for reading, double benefit I got from Electric Bitof occayears, t say nothing ters In curing mo of both a severe .case whole of February, ono could of stomach trouble and of rheumatism. sional 3th lisive ever ben which I had been an almost help- - read all the books tliat from ut, doc IPICXICI The picnic season is rapidly approaching. We wish to announce that we are prepared to print your picnic bills on short notice. Best service at least cost. Did you ever notice that the picnic which was best advertised had the largest attendance, and consequently was the most successful? Come and see us and let us tell you how to your picnic. ad-verti- ri se THE HARTFORD REPUBLICANS Hartford, -:- t -' ipjpZ?iptk'kipipipt$pbrb'fr Fit supposing that the loavos ure placed end to end. We wash It down, nnd this estimate doesn't includo tho "chasci" or tiny of its Ilk, with 30 barrels of liquid tea, coffee, milk and water. About in much as It takes to put out a big dqwu-tow- n fire. - 4??fc ur , par-loa- Kentucky. , The bulk of our food butter, g'. un t cheese, meat and i rult la- born raised In the' country, comes to town at a tender age, and spends the winto ter season, say from October March, at tho cold storage ,warclious-;awaiting the advent of tho highest price. We, tho consumers, get It (with-I- n anywhere from tlireo to six months, and have to pay the winter's rent to boot. Midway between the glutton and tho the individual wIlo lias Indigestion, normal person absorbs In the course of seventy years some-thinlike four d tons ot meat. 1,100 dozen eggs, a of potatoes, enough canned peas to fill a hall bedroom, 5,000 pltvf, and a ton and a half of t alad. You think tliat yvu'ro an exceedingly busy person. It s the American slogan. "Would have written you. but Hope have been too almighty busy. that some day I may not be ao driven ibeen meaning to got over every day since you got back, liave thought of It a thousand and one times, but what with my clubs an! children, and tho house, you know) I'm so pushed for time and I simply ooukl ' not get round to JU o "I know, every one says Jt.'s mean surely to worth while, and I take it in If 1 can possibly find time, but you know how It Is. Never iavo a minute to really to call my qwn. "Yes, I've been planning to read It (or months, ,but I Just ican'.t gqt umunil to It. As poon as tho children are grown up and bundled off to the university I shall give myself u glorious vacation .reading all it ho books l'vo Jnto all tlic-'- u been wanting to dip yeans!" And so it goes. She is a specialist In dressing, can manage tlte ossentlals nnd put on all tho finishing touches In no time at ull Striking uu average Ltween these two. .We'll compromise on two hours and a lialf a day. Tho total penalty for grooming Is about se.ven precious years, Inheritance. of our Tho sterner sox gets off better; tluy make it In rather luss than Half tliat time. What a price ito pay for envlqiks Makes ono of our more sensible Kast Iivduu cousins, for wiham eight yards of rag makes a hat und fourteen yards of color, with nover a stitch or u pin In It, a .brand new gown. And thoy'rj incre"unearned been putting that ment" to igood use, rally ilvlnj these many years. Hut we've In soma way inado jugi for y It In tlw addod number of hours eyqs alnvo iwhen we can use our the Invention of gas and electric light. you IIuw many hours do you suoso ut In urtlCk'lul light la .tho course one-ten- th pur-da- for time." "I'es, I've loss sufferer for ten years. It suited my case as though made Just for me." Far dyspepsia. Indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the system of kidney poisons that causo rheumatism. Electric Bitters .have Try them. Every bottle Js no equal. guaranteed to satisfy. Only CO cents at all drugfcU). i" The Meanness of Moses. A typical Southern "mammy" onterl attorney, tho office of ii and, mopping her shining brow with u bandana handkerchief, eatd to the man ) at tho desk: git a dlvo'co fYm mull "Ah want huxlian', Mose Ughtfoot." "On what grounds?" asked tho attor-newell-kno- d f "He's Jes' natchoily iwufless." wasths reply. "What Is our husband's occupation?'' "Itu Jea' sets roun' do house all day and p'ternls1 to mind de ,baby." "loes ho tako good cure of the ' child?" ' 'Deed he ido not! He is too lazy. DIs mawnln' lui itrled to make dodawj ruck do cradle by tyln its all to one ab do rockers." "Did itlie sehemo work?" "Lund Bakes, io! Muse am so evih Utln' grouclty dat lie couldn't itpeai; enough kind words to make da iViwsf wag Its tall."-sJiiiilo. fare-ye-wel- Nr d self-estee- LooVjm the First Page. ye" " You will find a yellow slip. It has printed on It your name, and a date after It. The date shows the time when your subscription expires. If the date Is prior to February, 1912, your subscription to the paper has expired If you find such Is the case, jjeaso give tho matter your very prompt attention, Either coma to THE REPUBLICAN and pay a year In advance, or It you are not coming to town soon, send us a check. We must have all our subscriptions paid up promptly In advance and If you are behind we know that you simply overlooked tho matter. of-fl- fTrlbuno. 1U10 Chicago written, saye And then there's (the mualc wo must hear, Uie galleries we "have to! fl0' tho plays tliat .wo simply can't afford How well do to miss, and shopping. wo manage? What do we really do with our lifetimes? with the ridiculous. Well, to begin allowing only fifteen minutes a day for ot our It, wo put In one whole for our In caring seventy precious means that yuu havo That teoth. own weight in tooth paid for your cla3s of a flrt paste and the price passage to Europe for bruslies. for eight la Uy hours Allowing sleci-.t- hat strikes a fair average, for children have loss most grown-up- s Uiat wo more It seoms Romqwhat units spend twenty-thre- e of our life In bod. That's .practically a thlnd. If wo coul.d only s.top It down to tiwo begin to conjure and wo linmedllately up' visions of extra games of brldyo have und billiards and golf wo could on tho other six, and Iww wo could soon icatch up with tho deluge of literout of ature that has been pouring lltt'e old Kngland and Ireland lately, whlUi we havo had our nose down extra tight to tho grindstone twins' up the price Qf a iwlnter In California. How many years do, we spend at table?, Now, to tho Kurojx;an a meal Is more tlian food. It's coneratton and tho Inwith friends, meditation, evitable .delays between courses, during which ho goes In for .chaiuoter study, notably tho ladles within eyetwice us shot. Ha spends ut least much time at tab!e as ,wo do. And what does a breakfast bolted and a luncheon snatched between staof In a tion and a. dlnnw dlsjKwcd leisurely fashion gentlemanly, really total u to? Klx wilwole years!' And tliat, too, figured on tho 'Vat to live," not the "lovo to iiat'' .busts. i'uttlng the lowest possltilo estimate on the amount of bivad we git away with in a 'Ifetlme, a olaf vory fither mllei, day, .it totals m to three I yw and it would ibo nearly as dark Inside .were H not for artificial light this individual llvc at least thirty-foyeans, almost ha,lf his life. In artificial light. A good 'thing. Indeed, that tho electric light has .been so perfected that It is as healthful for tho aye as sunlight. Tho society .woman, the lvanm woman, and the iman of the small town. can cut this figure down to flCtoeit years. Reckoning twenty minutes tor gating to and from' trains at the suburban ond of the Jlne, an equal amount between the station and tho otflco downtown, and (tho smallest, possible estimate for tho dolly walk, an luoui', not to mention tho miles reeled off whlto you're adjusting that pollar but ton and., getting your tie on strpdslit In the morning, you put in five yieortf walking, 7 per cant, of your "total allowance. It ought ito be more than this, of course, ibut by, and large for most of us, nn hour a day Is about tho" bsat we can do. Walking suggests shoes. How man pairs? .Depends, naturally, on tho Individual, what kind of a life he ktyV and what brand of shoes he favora. But the average person, ho W unless overfussy about his footgear, iweara out about four pairs, a year. That, toota UP rouglitly to 300 air a lifetime.! It you wound you the next itlmo you are enduring the ordeal at shelv-- s and shelves ot boot boxes It will Beem a good many, Tand ito believe that you yourself will have possessed o many pairs by tho time yo,u have, reach! the Biblical limit. Ono thousand and sixty-fiv- e dayd, Thnw solid years of your life, burnt up .wlillo you liang to a strap or though doing your best to maintain, your equlltbr.um by gripping the iwlc of a seat, teetor bapk and forth into the arms of your fellow sufferers, or uro uo firmly waged in among a pia-of tired humanity tliat It Is unnecessary to tnako any effort .to atiand yori Jubt can't do anything else. Then, of course, there aro thoso mornings and evenings ,whon you get a eeat, u whole seat. And can settle .back comfortably In the corner for a quiet ten or thirty minutes with your paper. Hut Hir"l yours Is a deal of time. We, t,ho are "bound to the wlteel,"-rtsh-t enough. Thirty minutes a day .for your newspapers. That's a Ju,mp tor all moments you p,ut In going over them at tho breakfast table, on tho train or trot tear, and at the office. Say you glvo another hour a duy to va rious reading. That's a pretty llbemt allowance, but let It go ut that. Only jC A stingy dole when four years. dim n In cold blafk and w.htte, itn'l It? If wo are determined to have more time for reading we've got to take It out of our sleep a'lowuivce, and' mot constitutions have to pay for tliat sort of stealing sooner or later. Talking. Now we're getting at thi leak In our day. Kipling believe Hut ot tho talkative will "the husbands have their reward In the hereafter. iK u qom-mute- tho-od- d lnj There is no real need of anyone U'lnrf troubled with constipation. Oliamboi-iulmoveTablets ,will causo an agreeable ment of .the bowels without iuy unpjUv) I tUtt ant effect, dive them u trU'. Jl'vr ! of oplleofc tone and mortar alr j pyramid by oil dealers. inatclivs frc alze the bbget ot a .Lifetime? .The office man in ttheso days of (wjto Mpnds eight tho nun -- j(-.i- . ' Second Annual Grand FOURTH OF JULY GEUBRATUM I By Owensboro Lodge of Elks, No. 144, at Fair Grounds, Owensboro LINCOLN BEACHEY, 4 i A.. E t THE WORLD'S GREATEST FLYER Will make three flights, rain or shine. Beachey is recognized all over the world as one of the most daring birdmen. He is the only aviator to fly over Niagara Falls and down the rapids under the suspension bridge. Beachey will be seen in his aerial glides, dips and fancy flying. As a climax to his feats he will ascend 5,000 feet in the air, shut oft' his engine and glide to the center of the race track in front of the grand stand. There will be something doing every minute on the Fourth of July at Owensboro. There will be a ball game bemotor-cycl- e races; automobile races and athletic tournament. tween two of the fastest teams in Indiana and Kentucky, Another feature will be the horse show and running and trotting races. Band. There will be a concert, both in the morning and afternoon, by the Owensboro Preparations are being made to feed 30,000 people with the greatest barbecued dinner ever served in Kentucky. Third-Keginie- - nt : ! Excursions Will be Run on all Railroads and Boats to Owensboro July 4 Admission 50c, Children Under 10 Years, Free. GATES OPEN AT 9 WALTONS June lss A. M. - SAY RHEA HAD BEST OF OPENING CLASH Democrats Say the justice. C.-- J. Account In- - of Debate Did Him I'Yanfcfnrt, Ky.. June .'I. Krloivls lieio of CoJ. John S. llliuii. who has cnteied the fleM for CoiiKruHS In ill if Tlilril district against Coicrressmun IL Y. Tliom.is, have received cn.tlre'3' dlffirmt report h from Ills opuiliii? tfrpM with Thomas, at OVikow, published In the Courier-Journa- l, Uiat wliVJi save Thomas all the best of tliu mo"t,'ji? anil idiowtxl it feellnK against tint Logran county PeniuMiitie lender. Quite a number of lottois. written by Uwnoorats of standliiK In their honiu section ami over Uio entire district, tell Resolutions of Respect. meeting tr,i;e Htory of tho Initial i Where.as, the alKwIae Soverelsn has be campaign which promise to tf a callnd from Jlar.tforJ Cajnp Is'o. 3 2. llvidy to the olo.v. if fleer for the twelve Woodmen of the World, to Uia ileaveiily A .county Camp above our boloed SovereUrn. .yours KUuh an Dudley Tatuui. Tlierefore bo It resolved "TIW Courier-Journby this Camp. unfair account of the debate here Klrwt, That we Jt.iv lost i faithful ami I Joint Ithea and Thouwus Lhut woti'd write you. (Tliu fact effcclent SoverelKii, and commend his thought ihe ni.ilter Ik Klie.i Juner .loft .1 llfo (us worthy of followhw by tha KnuM fjiut of Tlnuiiiut. John wis In members of this order, with Sfteond, Wo deeply Hympii,tlil o form, kuvu thorough Satistilx faction to lllS fllCIHl.S lUUt Jllll Ills CUM. tho family In their Isjreaveiuent, and tiiI.j.s to th li.nl. Jle not only fill') would point them to the llrvnit Com. unstained Ills icpiitallon ns a rough alii luander for lomfort and wisdom In tumid di baler, but niado a number of thl, their sajl hour. convert floin the Thomas rntiku, be. Thlr,d, 'fh.it a ropy of these r;sfUl. kIiIca Jij'luchitf miny others to tuUe po- tloivs be sprtinl ujvm the records of this sition for lilin who Jiu.it heretofore he.i'i C.unp; a ;cjy furnUshed to thy family, mid ii copy ao ivwli of the county pn,pers on tlte fence," luwyim at the for publication. One of the best l.iioun W. It. HUDKU'i;, Clikuso bar urltts. J. NKV (OSTKIt. "John luiU ii ilild day Jiere an,d route I K. II. I'UNDtarfON'. John was In flue ciiiidltloii. Tliuma. Committee. xph'iiilld Kpcu'h uul had at made a luat two to one. uf the iliinil, who Fire in Butler. clix.rJ him all tliu ,vwiy thmuh. Ills prusuct for UJ iiLipiilty Jtiithls county MorKautntvn, Ky Juiut 2',. Word h'l-I Ik buJ." been rocelvid hro that tins tvsldencv, A JftadintJ bu.slnesB nuui mid old Con- btortJiotise and stitek of Kner,U iinerchin dUo of Cook & Co., 'this poun federal tolnllitr at fMiuiKvk "write.: "CoL John S. Ithea opened Ills cam. ty, w.u totally ilwtiyil by fire Sun. paltf) htr In joint debate with hts op- iliy iiImIiI. I.oss about tlV.lyn); Insur.iuco, ponent. It. V. 'flioiii.li, before n JnvpressUm W Mr, S, 1 Cook came very near losing mulleiK. and the wiii-ni-l hliu u fleecing. 1 thlu.1; Ills dlfu In the fire. that lie buvu Uio itjoute was fully two.lliluts for Jilia.. Card of Thanks. and balltsvu lie will cany the county who Wo desire to thank our frland y u lorke majority." 'so kliv.11- - asiUud us, rocontly wjicn our OAK GROVE. homo won destroyed by fim, arm UKN Ii. DAVIS AND KA.MIIY. VuzmifH In UiU iieUUhuihoud m-e- ill-b- ate planting corn and .setting coup of There Is a very set. but turn crop are filial1. Mr. Ben Amos ami family, Cromwell, and fimlly, visited Mr. Kstll ArbiH-MSunday. .Mr. J V Martin and wlf.-- , I'riimi'-l- 1. vlslt'-Mrs. Martin's jxaienl.s, Mr. Clia--l.Snider, StimUy. woih on Mr. U'lnsun Smith will W-i- n the J..ich Seho'V.house Monday, July 1, ereutlm; a nyw lions'. The American Society of Kipilty mt at the Omie Situnlay nlaht and elcei-- 1 t with the county d '"ir.ites to at Hartford. and union June Mr. Johnnie Keown went to KordsvlUe to take the teachers 'examinaUo.i Friday and Saturday. Mr. I'iral, of SniltUvllle, Tenn. Nunsery lias Jieen In our nelithborhisid selling trees. He nipoits he has sold to bo de. levered at Croniwjll iibout $l."JuO worth of tree". Success to the Krand old ItcpuUJIcan. through l.ie -- o -y a L- town. Is Iiennett. IIcv. Clay O. Iiennett, of I'tlia. fill alton's ed his regular appolntni' ut ut Creek Church S.ituid.iy (inl Sunda. near Mr. and Mrs. It. Ii. Carter, of Simmons, nnd Mcsis. Kills Hell uivl H. A. Carter, of Mntanzos were the quests of A. Uoss and fiiml!) Sunday. Irs. John Nichols and 'Utile iLmvliter Alice Kath rlne, of nnar PhoenK.Arl-zonare In this community. Mrs Nichols U lsltliiK Jier patents, Mr. cind Mrs. will It. C. Taylor at this time, but ilmilitP ss Islt inanj friends and rtlutlvea befoie sho roturn--s to her Arizona horn?. Mr. J. W. Carter nnd daughter Miss near Sue, are tho suosts of reUitlvts Matauzas. a, Center, vlslttns ber uncle, Mr. J. 1. Xdttle CREEK f!clir. I GREAT HOME COMMG And Reunion of Old Friends -- Resolutions of Respect. len,th of the mother d our The worthy Sovereign, ltobtrt 0slcs.by, has been called, to Die attention of Jlart-for- d Camp No. Sri Woodmen of tlw World. Thtuefore bo it resolved FIr.st, That his loss Is an Jrreparable one, ami wo can only commend hliu to the Gland Consul Coirimamler itbove, o whose rullnsrs aro and e.ver jiwt. Second, That this camp extend to Soverelen 0lesby Its deepest synii,atliy In Ills xreat bereavement. Third. TJiat a copy of tho resolutions bo slven to ilrotlier Owlehby, luiblLshed in each of tho county puper.s mid ajso spreud upon itho nilnuU-- s of this camp. W, It. JIKUKICK, J. NKV FOSTKH. JJ. 11. I'KN'DI.UTON. Committee, A.T CENTERTOWN, Itn KY, oxhl ast tlie jBet-itiit- l drm-rcln- , jlPartc ae Street on North o 1 old-tlm- Thursday, July 4th unen-jo- Resolutions of Respect. 'MX This park contains 14 acres carpeted with beautiful grass and shaded with told numbers of giant oaks. Music by band and good speakers for those who y liir' The attention of .Hartford Ua,inp No. Woodni (i of the World has bsn called to tho dsitli of (Mr. Htqvo I)uk tho other of our worthy Socrdn, HetheJ. Duke, mid In this ho,ur of sud. ness wo desire to express our si'inpathy to our bruther. Itesjilved tlwct it Is the unanimous ev. prcsslon of this Camp to In at loast some jiieasiiro console with Dt,oUior Duke In his .likss, and woubl have him 'to reinemb'r that tho Urtt .Coinm.indT docs all thliiys wiill and (or (the best, Itosolvol that these words io coinvjvl In wrltliut to our limrtlier; alko ipuMUIinl In uch of the county immumpers anl also spread upon tho nn'ouls of this t Camp. W. It. JIKUKICK. J. NKV I'OST.Klt, , same and in addition every effort is being put forth to furnish entertainment for ones differently inclined. The management has spared neither time or money ,to make this a day never to be forgotten. All Parties Who Enter Contests Must Register Before 9 O'clock. Let One and All Come and Enjoy the Generous Hospitality lor Which this Community is Noted. There Will Be Plenty to. Eat and a Good Time for All K. 11. Committee. The Meats will be Barbecued by Men Noted for their Skill in This Line. j- -