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'tho WJioro DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE koPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1912. fully liatk ami forth, Immlnw inwil No; 51 Ni the INVENTOR mp.d ypTiliiy unowdiil MAKHCORD Baltimore Deadlock Recall? Other Days. wtro the mlrrxrnl nifri with hilarlotm vHlts. (Virply OF WIRELESS TELE8RAPHY SInpA!, Charlie vloWiivr relative pat iuhI Corier 1i.iv In this vldnlty for SKETCH OF GOV. WILSON Tfca DemOCfatlC we"k. Miss Q' rtey lliyjncmrt nml Sir. t,hpy iuw niiin tlio rtleepy ,wnlt"ri. Tho tiud nf. Unfjr staivK "f tl.i.cn .NNNNBv ' W l nwn. The ni(V"n'r Tho dmir nvn lo)i arm sleepy. Only prupflotnra uro aWit wvl they are flifiirliw ui W1'1' It'i r:ce!l'' for Uio ,weck Just a jlty Uiat wk.Ii '' Uif nw. Jt hi' Uia,t tkMiVirly unforturnito lu . Maryland City Scene ot Other n ru V!ili wHi nwakn, tlvra .". Lh rui n waiter. It li imi nni! Important Deadlocks In n wiilLt-- r who' flrat lut tlio would know tluit MiniKtlilits waa 1f IikHIi, whe.ii Party's Record. hud ,o'en UiUiitlii); fruit. the nomi-nllu!Kly a'.l diy rwtrril.y and sa,d,n i flllnd our li'iint-i- . ItaUtiiior.', Mel., June 30. Consider t'ia tha A wvjiry nuwspa.P' r nun unten-i- l lVmncnita, how they fight. Tli,ls fr th itlnlrx room unl ink Jnto chalr. Inwt time In Ilc world (i jtui mtl It WU4 the wltuMng lumr of mlilul-lit- . fltct iJnit lire In tho inLdit of I'V! It wiii olutidy and lvt. The ruhh r grandt tittle convention thee1 Unit" I lueloil w.Utcr alipio.uilned. 11" iillnkoil .SUiU'a Mitory U tlvo llvr. Tin' sound waj refjTsilln,i. have mu kwi, K'lne nude a it niHiT was iittde be"Tliorf'jt Kolni; to 1h a hrcjLk In 11m fore. Tim lilatorv fiuiorv I ruiinlmr vothiK," Mild t!i wn.lt r us unn who -Jt i.ij, wimk'ia nowi .1... li niii( nii'i u.irrli.i n nioHu;?. pl.tto It after It J nil over would hi P'M,l- "So?"' lniiilrMl tli" opportunity uiintcil. T( .pruplinsy fin "Any nihuiU'," i ild Uio wfi,Vtii-- , outiome nt thin pi1nt would be rt,li"ir rockltfiMiej. Hut reflection on what J'N'ilym tin you Rt.t "It?" akrd Jio In now before iih and In coinp.irUun wl!h nnwumifr in.itu tiotly TIm- - waiter iMiltitml t tlio olook. It inrnts of years gone lire 7 ivifu, prop-iiml Inteii'sing octlvMJus. wiui tlvo mlmilivi iifUr twalwi. tmLiy beigiu .jiy.tl' I "Tin- - Irli-. jWIkii tlio d wouldn't .wltch km Q In the twentl on tlwlr l illots It's iturdiy jkow." there was every IndlralUui thy wore When th in"Wpn,tier man I'iSt th after a reionl. Tluy ilM JuiiV.) WT!. illulnu piimii lie hurrlYl to tlw K.irly In th ilnj Uiy kniteked o.vr lyiU. At J2 o'loik ,tlio inlr 'Vry IiIkIi mark (vitiiblbilied li ,Uii Ir Now York li) in it'll hod dofrt I flllloil DellUK'nits Mll(L4 MS. lvljw tfi rtjvaU-u- r Harmon irr Ciarl:, llorutlu Seymour was in ,tlint n nnjonltj'. nomtiuity-on tlii tueuti mvnk'.li lei,',l:. T1k waiter Iit.h i!jic b"com fnmo ii Sir. S'jmour Mils d?fsud for the III th'ise part. jiwJliit by Gii. (Iniht. Tlio iixiwnlliiii vim held tu N w Will Get Insurance Money. York. If the pttwiit (npivmit'on jt.itlfl'ai r. Itatlf Willi Inuring Uu- - lv refold, HI Jlr. Muuoti. an Insurance jiIJ'Kt In WiN city TurnUy awl I. l)U fnlilj wri. I'.ul if It tried t.ij ;w will , taking pivof of ,Ui flro wilil i ou i V i tin' tiNerrlHm held right hTe in iKVflt Hartford c'olUu irKtuilly II' ti ilvitro.l l'.iiltlimui) In l.7, koh.1' wJU bo ' oiwultajMon wa.i In wllh Jt,r. A Joy Mil uithiudiuwi. In 11i tiw liHW-YoU r. . thii A.Vt.i iinit i cruls Uij!d Iwn ttrmvi'iilkinH. Tliy 'nrt-- I Company, and n!o mumliem of l In CliarMon, n hIkw-- j Hoinl of lMuckUon. r "6ii:rtrjiit-- . .itU aiul I'nd.-wo01.Wil Jliifole town Wednt-a-kiMr ' the g'tulsouie Southern Mini ffity lgiin Miwuji xild Wi.it he hud infvV out n M,tlng ni lYMvlULiirx. 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D. nAticind.il the Hliiudn? von;UVyi'At Ibiil Hill yumhiy. .MUlUff Mr. and Slrn. J. II. rovi- - In Nominee for President. Is Native of VirginiaFor ManyYears College President. kTUft-'t- . BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBwkZNaBBK bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBW ' "' ygT 'tv', " is ' ' ti, r !! r ALmm fNjaaaHHlV kLaBBBBBBBaaBamL f' A V J ' M ls$ .? Ft'-ilu- 1.1111. ' - Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaak. aaaW t, jiir ;: tr tu IB (Qby iH tnoennvo VaaaHaB... aaB vfaaaaaBaH o aPaPaPaPaPaPaPaPaPaP BaBBBjBBJBBa A -V flttj-soy- 7 (wls ( 1'llt. I: no tcsi lurty affair. It wsuj t'n tliat lin.iiiK llnfAU fur jinnnlilcvivv. Marshal for Vice-Preside- i ' At tliroo o'vlif k Wolmvtl.iy niinulnit twii faii'Joivi lioll O'lH oiitlon I'l Kiltfjimri. Onv iioiiilivvtliic Ioiih',iii t3o. larJiiill. of ImUajin, wis oUcwtel Tim vln ami L'w otlier Him kMiilKt1. It Ii.iim"ii-- i tit tlw iiouiJiuYo Kolot'tioii tlii-oil itluit Alirnji mi I.liK'nln n iu undo utml tlio ir:ond liiWLIl. Uillot and wn,s un.uiimouH. The , wn,s adjiyit il af lijfh iilu iita'i- TJio nct ini'loii Uio ileoU J'i llylKd lij tliu D.MiuKTik'H ,ln Ol'i. of IU: Mai,shi.il! ni-- s b"i0. 4n Tlicy tvk HlMtoon clnnVl. bTjit.s without iikiiU. On Uu twvcu- Iron Bridge is Completed. IwjiUi Jiini- - lliiuli.iiiiin iWiu) nimliifi(,cl. The new Iron hrlie acijs.s tho lleirt-for- d He .wiih vlif til, tiif). iuvl OvitcrUwn ixxul Inflow lVurtwji iiuo In thin n.ijno ulty, fold, mu omip!i,W iMonitty, tuid Ilia tli Donuirriitci went up to t1ir furtv. Juno lett for uvVhef r.lty, Tlio Uioy iluxjj tliel? iiIivUi ba'.lot iviiipl"t. d bnliliii wouljl Juvo Irnnti Wiiu t,he iii.lh. caiul!l.ilo. Pjvuiklln rli-n'iv'mr, but Uio Iioavy ro,ln3 intcrtoro IaJJinij-the yi lio of jlltfu only otVil(ind. f jllhT il .ulloi'k of )niiorUiliMJ )i Ml, n,lv UlUoIm jliti n.nit:nH) uiii'ii it Will Visit J.umc.h IC. I'olk. Tlio follow hyT from tlvo I'jwitv.WiU'U . It w.ls In "IliUlnxiru tlwit tlw XVnii-cit- M Ileiyniil. unriijliw Mr. It. K. C.wior, w,iiv tUl up In 1SII; It wta,-- In of rumor. WiusUliiRton, wlio ,U u lyioith-e,- r lljiVtinuim !,(tflli'l'i thfiit tlny wune of Sir. Aitf. Cirtiir, ot jyar ifaovrn, v ln H.Ltlnwre tli.it hi lsrJ; It . will lie of iurrvod llio onrmr aiwl wont h.u'kujirJa IlituuiH H. UirtiT and CUrl J,iiui w"l In ISO), mid It la In JlmlUiiK.i'o now Iouimo touioriiiw for Now Yorlc city, Owy uiu li.ivilm; uuiK--. i tluu wIhmo they ,IU ituKo tilv) ttcaimnr r M,iry-lunIt'.H Dim h.liiio old UiVUuvon, i:uriijf, mud Vxivt (to hi biiom imtjl tli any oiv) can kUd If flrnt of nevt rteittiiiiutrrf tlia,t t!uro 1h iiiiIuk In u mime, ju .This will lw Sir. airjtrtr'w ljlrpt tr! ito hIop U a. KMvi time for Mm to Ui,o V'l wuii.tiy mml lio U Till! milk iiumI CUo of tlio liqnio. tyvt,loiii this kui iui oiijjoyahlo jlunrvo no'V, ,wlio :uo fuu-mer. TJio 'just two Niimiiuwi )w h.n i iJayjjiK ai tlio irurlor iuyl eonliiK alnoe mvIMn? ftlH'ut Jn OiUforjiU loinoJiiulu on ,M ij front Jmrnji uo ii'it hlu iSmiiAntv Jn t.nlu and M.tlnji Iia Iih.i lli on.1 jmni it"ho vlfYw tlitx ltnrflikrfiuin'?A uvry statu in (tlio union e- i visited wuu roKixu. i no i,ijiiviu.lvf iuveiuniiivt' iMIt Uio .six New KiwUuid juntos, find are not tlio iiinctt (ulmy if ill liululiluaUi tliotw wilU lo visited twforu JiU rqturn . In tlw world. i, to l'rpsir. Ho will iMt a brotluvr In (loru) nru Wio pvimdiTH, Wio .bauds, Kontii(:Jy iud oljior inilullvoi In and tho traluNnwUi of inmUr w,liiO fvuno Sir. C'ar,ter Ins ojjo vlsltcxl iwuiy here with luuvis ami li.tnncru inifl a ptlinr vuuivtrini In Norjtli AmiMiUii v tin i (lotio N lanre Biijijily of qi,tluitin. this ftbuwt C)omjUti'' Ms iuytoy ,arou id liotw aiijd sioivo Ah inuaey. All fhat u , , tlio world. lter4UiUi, .left uro Mr, Jensen w,ll vUlt liN iVuiIitsr nrioni',iils finil tslix'n. In Oo)iciluii;iVi. Denmark, wjito 1j atituud X. oaiulibitu ffui bo jrvunlnijitLiI wltli. hitf tf'liooil, nwl Jio arid iSIr. Ctiitcr wiill anil out Uia aid ot JuikU Jo,urwy throiiKh Donmaik, (irniauy, j rooturH. Nor.wiiy, Knia'und an,d KifiiKVi. lJncli u wry short utep Mr, Curlier cujiio to W'naliliwton in iiilitlit M ni'vlu wlthqut l,lvo co. 1SS8 mul hits boon il holilor oX condCT' iviWHIKijfvr iorre'J operjiUon of llw ablo lutifierty uj) to wlx yearn nno li,'ii bu Ji,b (leliwV. jKimloiiW. Hut no one ho hmU KIs lurtro Ilqno lltrivum uWrniaitii, uny mvo lso tij,n juiuoiyl ,wlth out money and pajitlouarly in IlyiitU Ohio County Medical Society. tnK. Wlicro bntoro Uifi Utrkliii; Tlui uvular mwitliu; ot .t,ho Olto Oaun-t- y monry tviaxnntitlvx crowded with iU'iUail will bu lieVI at of Wio iK'opJo, Wiey alio now n'.mvllnit Beavrr L)u,m on July 11. A,li ;uimlirs urb, ivW Uw wt"-mllutt, by Uio wrp Hwlr oc.p!Mits ato yvxiiyns iptin are uraftid to attend. Slgnor 0. Marconi, who first made wireless telegraphy a practical affair, was one of the Important witnesses before the congressional committee that Investigated the Titanic disaster. He arrived in America from Europe only a short time before the loss of the great liner, and personally superintended the wireless Work that followed the catastrophe. fr plii-for- m tr WILSON DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR PRESIDENT Was Selected Gov. Vice-Preside- TREASURY STARTS-YEA- WITH RECORD IN CASH Steel-Ribbe- d on Forty-Sixt- h Vaults Hold Over Million As Working Balance. jir llir. Ballot Marshall for Ninetyrnine r e e t! y. . 1 Ui-.- liiti-ret- ii ft-- d. d. m'vLlel-HUIn- j; THti-HtlH- onq-i,!- . AVahlmrton, July I. QUvln? tle f,Weal 1912 vd'li a surplus of IM.TK.SOO, tho Wilson, Governor of N'v jionilnhtnl lVileral trivsury opMwd .tho new yvW Jerty, was tliU afternoon W,3oO.OUO In Its atioqNnlbhuI for 'tlio protliliuiifiy by tlio lenoKr:illo Unlay with wo vaults as a workhvc baUnce. TliU Is nati'ioiuil oonvwntlu'i. Tlui nomlmUon v,u'lt bfUlnjl. Th? tluo Lire?t fimount of tiivallablo nuiilo oai tlvo forty-lxW- i pobs.ijK'd for lias (lcaiUonk ithat lww pre,valletl If or nearly tlw (5ovt'r.nincin,t n woek wvia brok;ii wfu;i Wuj naiw of nonft. Tho woelpts for .tlw rar amouiitcd was wttjidjitiwji Oisear W. Uiwlivwood LUnkliuul, of Alabama. to lUl,H0,iW, as ooiuifirod with by Collator second lima be pnetd on trial tor h's for tlio flmntl vor arnl 1911. Tho TJui' followod tlifj ,wUlid,rawal of Ko" life on an Indictment k renins oii(t of tlw year Jut tono total iUhurseme!il' of mid tho filial vaU?, when Saii.itor tluo tniKedyr ut Hlllsvllb. court 'room J&jI.SW.OiX), awtlnst .",- nefuYd unanlmouii eonsfvit (to inriklnj oKixhI roiohoil yur iWlicn III J Vu., on Slorcji H lo,st, wjien tho Adieus iwrevJous after r- - 1'K.UOO Ui unaii,iiivous the nomination Wed four courl officials und a byptajnUr. l.a?ini' the CVvk doUyjatos. tClw fjorty- - siirjitus wixn 17.2JI.O'0. young num aliuly lias ba?n con-vi- e included TJio slth Utllpt, wihliji wpa a nvifp f,onua.llty Tho Ui on corporations tod on que liullctminjt and Hrn a J3.M7.-00- 0 J2S,C8l,0iiO ua compiared wJUi alio Wiffl : ;itijico of flva years In tlio renjtenlary ' ' , In 1911. I 9 Wlkftff A vvjijro f i oni Wa!i,lnat.aiii County has ,Tlia tutnl unuvint in tho aeivonil l O'nrk been eummonod, the court thinking lyit fund of tho (itrouury od(ty wits J1(A' 12 llfinncn It wioiuld Iw JmportslUo to secure u Jury 2CI,fMi, ub'ulnwt $140,177,000 last yur. Aljvutt from ilhe ioun,ty. CoinvenWon I. Wioodiow Hill. Baltimore. SIrt..' July yir Tnem,ton, N. J., July2. Wo.odrow Wilson, wlio now heoomea thg Deitioqraitl3 psvrti-'nonilimco for Prtpldent of Wioi Ualted Statui, was born In ISM In Vir ginia, where Jw was baPlizc,d under t,l'0 full name of Thomas Woodrw WiftsOii. Ho drorprrl the Tliamn.s about tlie tlmtf County Court Last Monday. that lio comp,Vtad Ids first ooolr and toolC Jn the matter of SI. A, Barnard pn I his first position aa lt0achor. others on petition to ervjet u levee on Sir. Wilson qannot, like many an appicul to tlip senjUmontcillty north sldo of llouitji rlvpr, nn onJer was taken to file ooinmlsslonerr'a ticiiort, of tlie public by an account of a self-mawhldh Is In iour3 of piv,por.i,Uon. man's rlsa from poVer,ty. Uiu In the matter of (the Oim'tli. ". father and g,rand,father wero edUjcatJ-man- , prominent In tlifilr communitlof, Jack Hxuvi charged with slllnn llii- uor nt Uockpprt verdict of Jury jrullty. and while iot rich, were able lo ejlva and punishment flMHl at $75. A mqtlo.i tho aspiring young scholar a lil04Ttt for now trial nvwl,e nd will be Iwuril education. It was not towart by tiw County Juilse July lltli. however, iat liis ciarJk(S.t ,. amOom'th. vs Tlionias Ucttsley churs"l bitions led lilm. AV'ihllo In cojleso ho wlt,h finnlshlnir Uo.ise In which whiskey rrolved o bectomo a pfibl'c man. To Is floUl eontltiuel to August ttrm, Tiue- - that end he sjtudl'd law and hung put day, soi'oml day. his riijngle. But his icgnl practli.o .wa- -' eighty en mo(n,t!i C'oin'tli. vs. Wii(ltex C. J'ark charged not lucrative, mid wjtli isunliiK plcn of KUlUy and lvw he gavo It up, und with It, for y,earrt and facts to the cpuit nml fined J20. to conie, ills de&Jre fpr oft'ee. Fine uiurnil d one nwint.li. His father, tho Itev. JoVpli ltuglei Coin'th. vs. Ull chawd W(th lyiLton, movl to GeorgiaN wlir-J- i Mu iductliin was arrvftted iuul loibjod in boy was 2 yeans old, and later preached In various churches in North and aofUtl yajl Monday fuTtirmoon. Com'tli. v s. Kstll Darrp'J charsel wuls Carolina. .Young Wilson rtntcrcd i&un!nK law und facils to the court and Col- lego nt tjie. age pf 17. finrd $J0. Atff two .tu-r- t ho entered Prlncciton, from wjileh ho Com'tii. vs. J, T. Silica, &c ehax-wltJi a brtiith. of tlie n iiai nn vUlOlWlLlJIISi? KaduuJUal in 1S79. Ho f,lvsi jndlifl frroumls, WJlllans Stints, verdict of law In Wit' UnlvoreUy of rnVi. tlio dferce o,f baolir'r'iqr pr Jp(W Irr Jury, not guilty. 15S2. Ho ncclvcd the flugiico of Ipfw-lo- r Dividend No. 4. of philosophy from Joli(ns Hopkins' By order of Ohio Circuit Quur,t, Juno Unlvicirsjty In 186, lt,l'iat of d(qtor of la,ws from Wako Forest LYilvlannji.y', term, 1912, I will at my o,ftlee In Hartford, Ky., on the 10th day of July, 191J. North Carolina, In H87. and Itholt of pay a 5 of I'AcrjijUiro from Yolo o'Mit dlvldaid on all e!lnvi doctor sl Ji Irjs blcontfmaJ pql (hfraJaii. propel ly verified ajid Xllud with tao against the .tat of Wie Ohio CounPinof. Wi'.sc,n oucitpjled itjie posltiloin of ty Hjank, Hsslsnad; exefpt tlioao w.liero adjunct prof,csor of JiiUjtiory in py.rn Slawr Colt ae, and attqnwiar.d protosr the c'almunt owns tli,o oti,to In o of ilvtelory ot Wielr claim. and po,lllliial ouonomy hi Woslleivui Unlviensilty. In 1S90 Iw .bflcamo A. K. PATK, Asl?nQ0. proteseor of Jurlsprudcjioe and paHtfcytf Francis-ApologizTo Bryan for economy at Pjilnoeton. In 1S93 the tililo of his chair ,was oliamged to itliait of Indignity. profosso of JurlFprud,enioo and upjnn lt Baltimore, July 1. iA cneraunal ppol-os- y endowmont he bqeamo SJjqao,iinyick pro was mad.0 to William J. Bryan and paMtU;, tonight by formor (Jowrnor David I'.. fossor of JunbiPrudQn,oo Wilson also for 3v,onal yfnut or Missouri, who fold ho was Prof. ITancJs, gavo a vouVso of kiqturias hi Jolins Hopnot In tho oonventlon ball" during the kins Unlvtirslty. Ho waJniod fainio al atttiiioon when Qlark adlierenB placed as a leoturor and winitnir. (Ills (vvioirk unIn front of tlio Nebra-sk,a- n u banne'r titled "TJio Statu" anid his 'VL4t,o of with Sir. Bryan's former George Wa.Sihinsitiqn" (ono wnqng Ills beit estimate ot tlw Speaker. Sir known writings. Fraiiels sild tho atlqii of tho men .Prof. ,Wlkvnn ibeoamio it)li0 Vlnenfh handling tho banner wus an indignity, In tho nu'J of nrosklionjts ut PnllnoflVin and expiVHseif tlio opinion Uiat 1t voulJ In 1902. and ,lio Clrst lay,man to uU not have Imppcned li,d lio been prpucint. this otXloe, u,'J J 1,1s prudcurVJsors Iiavlng bejen Pri.lytcrlun lcrgjinkn. Jfo le, Allen Up Again.. howevor. n rullnK lde,r iln Wio Scotvl Wyjthevllle, Vu., July 1 Judgo W.tl- Presbyterian oliuroli of Pnlnui.toii. At to- er It. Stuaps came to Wyjtlievillo a protestor Ho was vpry jiopiila,r aiyl lifcf y Uy preparatory o iipenlnt,' CJrcult Couit cletitlvo classes w;io ulwaya among tho tomorrrow, vvlicn Olauda Allin wWI a s de atlr pr Uidl-ver- es largest. l lining ,hls adnun,mroiUon SUNNYDALE., Sir. ami M41S.S. ADAIURG. Pittivi-vlll- e, Sul-tili- ur s. J. Ualw, of iMr. J. A. IUjaiuui .wn;v,t ,to J IfUttfar 1 Chautauqua Successful. Ovvieniiboio, Ky., bo rela,UiH" ncair aim vlitli Siiyitifpi nml Uiln jilaiy". It rMniemberiwtl Wujt iUwvy llwd Frltoy. w.'U Ela MU-xvi Mr. wid Mrs. C. It. lfifitn V. Htvt u fiW daju nu-tMbl- wvl Nvby. )yew-jup- er p.u-uf- ii fur-wu- tiilj hero eome yivira oso fftmlly, of TayMr. Huli IUxkJi lor Stlucs, vfetUyl Sir. Jiinuei ib;iips lait KaturiLiy and Siuiday, Ikuiii to tho wJto ot Mr.Honco Lut'l;-i- t, of near SuUihur Splint:, on Si'iuWiy, Juno 23, u tmi' pound boy. Pr. Mowiirt, of DuiwU'o, uttendlrK iiynlcltui. HoiOi-u- r and clillil doliu; Altliji Uiffrun, of DiuiOeo, ana JU Ml Itheu Ivfrpn, of iUrtffiml, were tjuvl-ca- ls Mr. an.1 with Mr. 1'aUoiiV J. Ikfte, was Cienhlof Mrs. Jolui Milr of Uundy, liwturcr today . Oertoy aiil Zixla nuyuiiii went to Whltonvlllo Vfdiicdii sliopplm.'. Orders Still Come for "The VuL Soveutl fron rte atUiulcd tji Uiicli-urture's Claw," oleutloti at Uanmtt'o CiVtfU Sat. Ky July I. 1912. unlay. Tlio Ilaitford ItepuhlUun, Hiuitfoid.Ky. Alls IiU Kay wept to Owuioboti TJuii'tvluy whore slio wild rum'" uutU aenlliiuen: Find ercloscd $1.15 for wliieh ooiid after tlio Touryi. Mrs. Mary llcim find ohtldrtn, Joslo Tho Hi'l'UblU.in und LoubvJllo Horiajil Vilslttyl Mr. and ono yrur nnd "Tin? VuV.une's 4;aw" to of Uwslr jvivnta, fMr- - tt'1'1 Orlst O. und Anna Iteiiv tho KUOt Ilcv. F. SI. Farrls, OUiton, Ky wil Slri. Hen Helm THuibday. ami Diiffroii, lat rs. J,oh Mr, J. L. and C. M. I'aitoji nvilo Kroaity oh'.lge, ' ', luailuy. , ItUV. F. M. FAltltlS. a biui'iu'i trip to Huforil FrliUy. Mr. Tol Hays, of Ow,wiS'oorp U vslrt-liOUtoit. Ky. I Mrs. MyrtW WiUto and cblUm.ii,Huf J tititf llila Plaw, lat wk ifi June SO. Tlio 9wvji-bor- o qhautauiua, which was qiwoeiil In , J Sloiolanl's Park Sulairduy at itioon, Is Tho wu'coreful lnnovutilon wa fio nietWng with reat uoots, J'or.iner n pfeceptorlal systeni. That called for Uior .VIoju Cn-givnw- ton Dr. Wilson nad,o two Ojtjtmrt3 t change matoi lolly tlio choractor of Ani ertcan education. In one project hor not only fuikil, ,but aMeiiacd tlio support of a lairgo body pf utiuiwl, of mxny of the trntiCB nud ouu of hln un tho UvieJiIng taff. (IMfiJt projqot, whloli did n,Qt nucotied, wo( tor estubjaali the "uajd' for It was resi'nted by the olu,ni-ua un attack on tlvo student dubs, and Uio opposition beiname no Btronar tiiut tlie JiiXHUIeait ,wus askoil by tlv board of trustee! to vtUiUra,w i,ls unAir-graduolL- es. nl it PltfoiMs-- . n' w-j- ;. apnojnptvuit pf fifty tiotihers or preceptors, to brt aiVleil to tfio faculty at an imreujeo to tlio imUif.r.slty of $100,000 ii ycfir, But tlio ulmuul so--' throughly uiuirovod thu pLin tlut fclny' told tlio presjd.iix to go jdinwl. nnd IiIjii tluiit tlw moncty for tno would Jjo fjorLlicuniltv,'. TJio plan MUnciinlcd and loynil uliimul liavo fuinUhed tlio fuiuls. ,TliU iiVHtii-torlytcm, by wlilili laoh stutd-jugets tho bonettt of p'raoiu.1 iyui,U.',it Is mtqinvid to by his ad- with it ui-sur- cd sol-ail- eti ol t (Continued on Klflitli Pago.) PRISON CELLS OF ANCIENTLONDON Recently Discovered in mon Lodging Prisoners Carved Hold the Tho authorities of WallsMassive Marino vnut calle-- l when tlio pinr Siur.v, nfld tlu citpfiUnj nnd mat.''' lounned about It, wlillo the prlponirs It U Ilia of wiir lay In tlvi ilurSm W)rk ot nil ocein-solnt- f hoot to Wj ivn,e.h.ra' In Int up tlio rlv-I the tockj. Tlw tvoit.alns hav gotf ther" m.y, Com- perbAPf. l HrtUtarmtn and lirgi-owUi on or two of tho prlinJe House. the alien Immigrant tws brouxlit tmib's of his own to Uie onea .".("'""o emnejitly IlrltUh ispi.i.retli.. Their Names on In whlnll onw "ti'l tlw lMy.lU THet-to- r founded by John lUlnier, Uvo nxtor. Bolts StiU l upon tlio V.iae aCtef who felt uttering, In w Mrt of "Tio Struw-er,- " Doors. Is another an Uie woid,, "Tlvr i hotter world." r ner hous-yt-anile-u1 SATISFYING THE SWEET TOOTH i somotliln puiwh.a.ln t anil sme finally nndy. winds up bv A Million Tons of Candy Used Each Year. Miss America and Brother Will Probably Beat Record This Year. -- lllll-pop- s for 1!w ienny tnvl tiviko up a gr'-niMrt of the utvl buslnoss In liiiiny I.K'a'IUrs, but It Is the box trade, the clvKivUf tf.vdj ,that mmii's Candy l InoJt In Uie guiiid total. '.' shipped by the tr.ilnIMl. I"'1 American miss mis moro uin Iy tlnn tho maid of Any other nitlon In IV CASTORIA CTTTiiiTTiTSi For Infants and Children. vvorM, i - -- uvk tlits tiow 1' Lonela.i Muium at Kenslntrton ilnot sneured ixjse ssion of ram) Willi be Imiised pnsson cells, wherein Loudon. the criminal relics of The cells were ellsuivcred by a T.. C C. official In a common liU?ln: Sjl.ma.re, Saint In Wdlcloso liou&e tlio Chronicle Hi ". and are Relieved to dato back to the tlmo of Charles 11. and to hao lie n nrseiuently usul Jn tonnevetlon with the Wliltcpliapcl I'olUe Court. In 11 u wail?, which are built of oak, tnicklv stueMed with ntronff Iron bolts, iwere tli original fetters used tor the condemned r,!iOT,cra, with a plonk bed, upon which no douht many a crlmlnil spenjt his lust night. The complete cells have been el's, mantled by evperts, acting under Instructions from Guy La king, custodian ind will bo of (the new museum in tlielr entirety 'n the ruinct at tlio museum, at Kens,lnHton, where vtsltp-will bo able to runs In and out of Hihiyn and inspect the many qualt.t inscriptions on the walls. An old oak stnlnaaso still stands In the house :n Waly-sSquare, but this will nqt be Oeorsa's-ln-tlio-Iiist, tng-etlvv c have lilstorle' Big Surprise to Many in Hartford are urprl,t at fie nJ Vmple QUICK rouyj reeolvl tpom () ti Think of It! Miss America at l.mA- tons of Cindy LTt ytvr, dlio will e.it r. Not as nvuoh or more this she nvii bat all prelous reixinl". Sh i ' Kinidy U the real, origin il und tv( jiir buckitliom nmovfl. T,hota"i Day, tlio "ittwlf.ord and ;Mejton," Is nefvv i mission to the Jews, and aliepo the High Court of tlio Iahir. tle of tlie Tower stood a. furniture detileir vlLsplios his wans. Ileyund the cornei. In Neptune Jtrejt, In a public liouse, the King's Arms, the proprietor of whlih has ei prison on his priTinl-.es- . Jlidden .iwny from the jiiss. liiK throns, 'unknown, X Imagine, to tire .majority of loneloners, there are the icjlis and the plunk bests, ue, even of (the das when the noor ipiisAiner wax iwur indeed, the telLs In which Mime of the Penlnsul cr prLsoners plnod, and Whcire many Heinous Mini He takes his kejs, and we piss tluUh a sldo Vwr Into a hall, l'rom the hall a fine old Htaircaeo elads to the courthouse, nut the ls are be.low. "We down a. narrow, el irk stairway, Ihronsrh a brick JtleeJirn, and across n Jittvo-- l nrd, and presently we are :n the eUs. Hor thoy are, as they were JP1 year oko. The idoor lias feo be unlocked "with heavy kays, tho missive bolts liave to be uivtliut, and thick, glacis. foil.'WInK doons hue to be forced back upon their litnses before we cm outer the tlmirt Kits. Tlw oW .prison was known as the .Sly House, because intoplu wiho were seen o ejitor It were rarely seen ion liu; o it nj,',iln. There was n til passive tluit lod from Jirlficm to the tower, and to the dixk; and it was a'oivj? this subterranean way that pcUonirs passed on tlwlr wtay to the Fucyess, the famous convict ship. StnntoiK: In one of the cells with Us jdank bed, the lmixy fe,Utra hUiplol to the wall, the grating of the llttl'j window uIuhlsI, and the candle lighted we ivjople Uie dlsuijJ flunjrqon with forms tlu.t haie Ioiik drw.o iiissoJ No Oil, where lUvqd author of Uie Immortal ws -- subler-rameia- n tiwa.y. .Many of tlio pilsoners tiuntt. down to y iluuitluil lo-- their Lining tlim tlw woiMlnork. Theio th,i names and lrsh n uue-- j M I nmneH, One Inscription lo that Stotkliy, the gcntkmaii who ilnubtrut honor of bolng thi liiMia'jor of the jdtiji plastor. Th's wad i lapped our Uiu mouth of I'io vMlm io preient him iliuwjiu; jiuhllo attin'ton to thu fitt tliut ho waj iuid loblxrl. Ano'Jur poor pilsoner iliniuie.1 Into poetry nd i.uiod ,i slgnlfUuut mug upon th wood n wall: fonilffn Kngllkh of Mr lmd the l on 'The llo full tOlllOITOW." The fcuit that mil fouitln'r had to put up with iluuS)ii life for bJlu.f poor li IlliistmtuJ by tho Inaciliitloi. "IMi!3 to ituneiiibu the jioor debtors, 17M." rt's uuplitMiii Is To our torrowj empt. I hoio It will ukiKtlciiLO to frioiia tbij.o gUvmiy lolls, to out tlmiUKli a In whlJi ' KTOUi) of wntoivilde Jhu'li-- s .ire (II i. misslne tho tr feidlng of poor Hihool ohIldrj), and iklhs tlinkiw Into Iho huh. Khlno it Uu KU.uv, with ills juismoh V It Ik stiuiige jour wy throuli ia lir to thb Jwk, its lo'Ulivg lw)U-for lUltn Imroli-.inlKIts iiiuloiii waiehous,M mid workiooiiLs, diwl n jtiouj) of la Is uliMonbvd In tlio luUwt "i ticket moiis us bm out in the i.zu nllt,lon of u lyilf. jienriy TiuiJ'ir. Hut over all theses tilings a toud Ciat Uk-- on,e bu-- to (Lho (lijt s , futs remedy. Dr. fj.114b.ra jbfrtofjasixwmim Ample! SirJ' Jut now she Is eating more ,thon tlvat this simple rojivdy anUserflojls'' JlxJtuna for Christinas the l'ot.tle i,sttn and drvwa off tho she over ate before, JMrtteSltf recotils must Mulni thoroughhly Impurltlos that A tlnvj the cindy-caWn- g fall. Tlio "fttnal" of the spedivs" im's OOrfK relieves sur jiUin,ic'i. SINGL.K , ItimSrrJ- nf tlie Kxvjils. the candy. Shi; keeps itho gis on the atomutfi and poiitlp-itd'A- i o munli profit In tho The.ro Is not where-vl,t- h country busy ra'stns; th moiif INSTANTLY. cjiudy business after nJI, for tlu comto purcliase more aweet frtuff. AnerfeflRemtdv forCoTttuM' It costs every man, woman an J petition betwxs.ii nuiimfacttin'rs Is keen Apples in Meade County. lion , Sour StonwIi.Dlarrlwa mojii thing In the itr.ule i to and the whero child In the United flutes just iilnrnt In Meade county, Kentucky, Wonasfomwsioui.rcwrisii keep tho tmlnliKuls of good.s moving ncssamlLosSOPSUEP. and oheap a Carnt-- r V a year for cliojolules, mucli land Is gum drops, marshinallow, nllil iy from tlio stewing urns of the factory said to Ills wife: Into the inoiiths of the consumers. Facsimile Signature of "Which would ou rither, for m to suckers and lemon drops. Tint Is, 't to Cmdy is pure enough those sum If the tost wou'd coat them that take out a life lnur.mce polle for or- satisfy the most exacting of the rJEW YORK. w.u prorittnl eipii1l a,mong the S'i or plint W) npplo tres?" food reformers. Thus l ospeclll) true In the nation. folks It was set out choo the ajiple orchard. In 1910 wo ate JSR&O.WO jkiiiihIs of of alt the sin"et stuffs that nre MlUpand the trees grew well but In a fqw years -' "Uglier. The ui- It ! "wl fr'"", ,Ml' l the former died. Tli" net year the oandi. It Is admitted that ,nnst of iWrthtl-oocSfanTceiT by th" feminine se. t'onal statutes have mule this possiorchard oanie Into full be irlug an I tlw was consunioj ble, but It took Home jLlmo to coiivliue widow sold tho crop of apple for !,- - And ot. In spite of all tJiK people the man wjio ni.il.es the landv Ui it t'i Exact Copy of Wrapper. ' on tlio trees. for a number TMl CtTU of wonder why so m my AmerU.in maids CON. Uvv m"ant Ju.s,t wliat It sitld l.uls v) lid since tho crops of upplos Inve ami matrons are fatt Hpublle'. Candy f.uctorlis have doubled lu brought her In from f i to jw ats. We UuiJng the summer mouths jnoliiers ot The possibilities of apple cul- numbir within the lost few )6ir. In MeaJe ture and Urockenrldgo are eating fifty Units as muili of the young eJillilrtn should wiatch for ail. (vtip all of her time i'iuiy ami rM t stuff as we countlea are greafer thin Kentuck; subtlj and flunk,' power looseiKss of the bowels. ii did twenty eais ngo. Chlldien must Cultivation, of. lans, have any Idea '. given prompt at.tent,!ou nt Ijiis time Pint forget tli.it life wltuo-'s pruning, feeding the land and spra-In- ji have candy every diy, nnd the Yellow Jacket Stingers. empty sort of et rhlMr n Is n Inlfc-lt It all d mothers nibble serious .tioub'e nu be avoliltfl. C'luuub-orlilir- s the trees are needed as much hi Lst- IK' d box Kentucky as In Washington, th Ok irk', long and consume a Colc, Chol ra .and llirrlioi T u ma refuse to do what Vlrglnli or lsowhcre. but with proper noirly overy "Veiling. Strong men Itemexl upon can ulw.is i,u d jieml to llkbl'ti the bunUu of chili leMirlni; fillen a vlntlni to Its InslrtlutiMiess iuii I 1'or ittmtton no kind will btxit Kentuek sile by AH IKabrs. In oiir home lalzabjtlitowii Now s. alt at their desk furtively gnawing In growing apples S 1'im't for- -t tbnt you tret out it taffy, fudge and other stUky con it SriuiRo Jmw oJltKI a m.in wl Jump mirrinj.. The Hog a Sure Thing. wlwit lie pot Jito It coctlons. Theio ate business nii.li who SlOO Reward, S100. on Wu Ifiivl wii'n. off nHMrse nnd ? Don t in ike our purse Jrtrlngs tho The read rs of this paper wl'.I ' are never without It In theii iVvks. Tho ln Ls the fanners' mv I112 l.iitik. lj Tho pliuncs s m to fHciiten lilm means of oontroUlm; our wife's jlluin;tit plcvsd toj'oim that there is "t ba-.- t They would .us soeui think of Kohi- -' i'.ui Iks mlsmnnoKid 11m ccsure us n think. mil eimdiu t dlsiise that seloute Ins without their tollirs as without tlulr He Is the oiie dreuU-tumr inthewoln fUviil, fie That CIiIrjro pov-iworth I') If tli're are no ehlHren, tfcm't Uen able to pure In all Its stagtis. an dilly ration. si,ln;i;e In the oiclnnl iuid the jerlce, evtn it we all vw r net that 1s Catarih. H.u'l's Catirrh C'"o ilseo our wife's tuklAx her p'iico If we would (iilt eating cmdy li lie Is a converter of Uie of Hatlsfltd. It w.os iui eOsi;ieiier an I ts tho only ,po'tI e turn now knowin to this country foi two )ou In the world K eans inr juit tlie dairy liiitte rmllk, operator milk an " r. the nmUool frattrnltj. Citamh bil'i-- i twent-tou- r houis we would hive a "vl mil sklnimetl milk Ijito u iivniliuilLiblc A Heroin a Lighthouse. eymstltutlonal ellscuso, rinUll.t-- fi to'l. enough money to p,i) off the national eommoillt . Tlio"IriLs loves u oliiorful lvrl)Ut I'or "firs J y. tfiuiliu', So JlAv"i, tttut'onxli.ie,itmoiit. ILallPs C'at-ui d"bt. Tho iiirNtlon Is nn Important oao It Isn't In pubJIc llbi.irhvs altoetlier. .Mloli , a r Cure Is taken lmWnally, acting iUre'i".v niajjtalji, tuj a IVhl nt With th c.uidy money In the liotr buslnos. The hos L rclly In on lions kf'p'r, airtnl owtiiil wris.-i.jii'it uion the bio M and mucous surfaco "t year In tills country vif) could bu our the oconnin'c c"K on tlio funn. lie cKn No tii's flioel .iu.. I Juts of contus- a )U.er foot Ls, lie Wie JVkiii. u the sjstem. thereby m'ilet hive Uuolo Samuol ll bvtitlcMhlps 'if tive li.uk for u busnel of eyiiu doub'e ion rbul il1 w imthiti to what to on Jutt Jiluvs.'4f If j:uitrlc Itltb'rs .ia dUlon of tlie dlsi..i,se, .and Mrc? fi Uie dreailti; uuht tvve. Hut we eiimi'it the pounds of khIii that u steer c m llOHv not Jirev.'nt.il "Tliej curesl nv. of kftiney pitlnet Vrtnjrth bj liullelhv "j eat warships, and the siveet tootli of from n JIUo bushel of com. WJillo the Uoub'.. ,ui (Idlts," j, unites, iiC'ji.r I md natuiu In loui America must be filled. Ls from M t SU usu.ll Increase of cuttle The short find unl rd wis worn lirOd tikeu iillmr i uilUel Its work. Tho proprietors have .so mm h cur. for With tlia.' KiO.Oemew, we couM binM Ier cent, the luvt's lncri.e Ls per to .a fra.zle In tluit Jotw to bj lenuni-birewltiimit tiouetlt and tli ) faith In Its turativo jwweus that improved and fortlfj, fill up and dig over cunt. It tuk.'S the two ears to striWBie.. ni One Ilundrejl Dollars for tuij ccv Vht. Now. at si visit, am fillnr; mother I'anama Canal. Jlut we must i;t to market, while the law Is rtilsod fine." ',r d.sp?pslii, that It falls to ure. aend for Itqt o" lnvo our da,lly ration of cunl Itoutt-In K or uIkIU miuitlis. ff"' Well, wll, we .VI hvv tell, llvi r arwl Wdn'T tr'"UUr, theyru tustlmonlals. Tlie hojr Is u Kood foumlri.tliii s,toue dJs go up to 1) cents n pound and 'tvvns ever llnji and 'twill "te wlUw.ut Aeldres.1; eitii JV Uk.4iii onjy GiJef.s at l J. CilUNKV & Co. beeoma as precious tus the glittering on ever firm, and It blieovis nvel ever thus. j All l)ru,-tst-. Tu'e'lc, h genes from Sold by DrUjgUts, fiiimer to b" as well lnformml as possl-UiTak HM'i) Tamlly IlklxJ fyc co.i. Winn fatlitr was a bov on'y rich Hii'l ui.) the bi.tt mcUiods ami h.v s. Tlio C.Uifornln wijin.-j- i will vote this itlintton. Sermons Boiled Down, children had cunl eiirli dm- - A nlck-tl- s terns of JifiiulUiii,'. fllnK, piotiictlni; full about sivt.neu mVilon strou-a- nl I.ookln ilowii never lifts up. worth of cMiidy wool I brlb a und in.irUctliiK itho hoij. Tlie.ro nre It sild tliat no llvlm; ncui tan tell IJvvj-act Ls semip klml of a praew. House for Sale in Beaver Dam. wjiole TJi.it nk.kl's some fiirmors who huvt- - nti Me--i tli.it Just wluit to evpext. Small t,ilk often mikes biB-- trouble . wortli of nuidy was u whole Clirl.stmis any old pluco Is gmwl emi'ili "iiuinteis splendid cottage in tha Render adA IKblt serves the In Ubclf. ou lmd c.andv to tfit only for tlio Iwgs nnel all one h.is to do Ls to as rojiltlv"Un good dition In Beaver Dam, Ky., In Frightful I tin KkI. on oxlm-sp'ciocenstons llko aiirlst- - throw itho fevd JnAo thou mil lit tluem blow wltli terrific forev nt the t,u north Most condition, and Including four town lots mas, peopio slip up on tlielr own the 1'ourth of Ju;y, mvl during root Jt out of tho mud w fJltli. This Is and jduy liuvoc wltji the sUtt, uuislnjr one-- :. are for sale If sold at smothnes,s Residence the country fair. not economical. rctl iouxIi or sore elmrjed luuiis an I The Krentest soirovvs are the onei Is now balmj repapered. A bargain U of- Pour times as much eandy Is nevr Tho Jioirs will not do wqll In fllcliy Ups, Uia nefil ltticklin's Arnica Ktlie nude enrly in the Unltdl States as pLicos, unel there Is u lilieeUlioMl of u to Jieal tin in. It iruiki's tii skin so;t we never retch. furod. Call on or address, I"tf plans tipr Umori)w ar0 Uie sur was made ten ears iud. Tlie fitpp;-tlt- o loss of one third tlio feed Klvon them. and smooth. UnrJvaUl for voidviore, BARNETT & TOSTER", of the "Candy Kid" Is incraasln.f. Give the ln kiksI quarters and jrood also burns, bolls, sort., iiJut.s, uuis, tliut .s,loth fattens on. 39tf Hartford. Ky. Candy fcliojis are thick" i now (thim feel, ho will u proflUible animal from bruises und piles. Only JJ cuts- - jx All M my a man would be like Job t 11 did not csist si niih.li. saloons w.ie In tlio old da s. The oar-peur to ytvir. Ux. DrUffKists. Wo would all live (a a fewj's jiiuyidistv of 1910 w.is double tlia" of llrnij n,ui If your are a housewife jfiu cannot but for life's blttor bl.iws. was GO pir cent Kren,ter Wian t'yit Grounds for Divorce reasonably hope ito IK) hcuilJiy or Vfiutl-fu- J .Man a prooeJier smothers tlie truth Epilepsy of IWX Finds by vviujijii" dislu'S. vvej)lnj anj A Cleveland Jaw or overworks tlie In his attempt o protevt it." W.UOi tlio ehlldren of tho public Years to t'll us this one; iloint; liouscuaik ail day, ami crinlln,; Mast men like lo let their llithtH'ilno schiMil make ai tu'li for ttto nindy kslioji "A woman tiimo up to my office Vu "My daughter was afflicted with Into l.ul (load tlrtsl at nlht. You (uuU wlien tlicy i;t it new ta.r. "lurhw thy rMjcs period. Tliqlr pon-nl- e epileptic ilts for three years, the attacks other day and wanted to know If slid Ke.t out Into tlio ojien air ami sutiUgih:. (ioesl u.lvlce U seldom Uiken mv and nickels conic over the coun-te- r at coming every few weeks. We employed could Bet a illvorco because Jier iliusUm l U Is if ou do tills eviery day iinl keep slven In practical doses. by the .soore. Notice, too, Jiow i no several doctors but they did her h stomach fid bowels In e)d older liy ..i. uwviu iii wiu loine. i toitt iter i K'r gooJ. About a iiuniiier of thesa thrift .m,n.W dealers In 'ttUibts whe.l that unless she Iuid Min.clhh,, . year a so wo camlles atwuiys try to got In itlio ver UUIn- - CliambexJaln's lie wishes all otlmrs in i.. Idm itlKiru would Ik" 11,0 use to biln 'll"."i both heilUiy KMiie think thevy nro heard of Dr. shallow of these ecjunal bullillns. nei defl, )U should tialnts lavnu.-unit Miles' ' Nervine, Tliey know tli iiumbur or eolns that iuid Itfuutlful. I'or fralo by A.U I'efilers. "'Wiifiori would bo relieved to ,. ... ..i,,..... . . " and it certainly """"" "w"'i ""3 bavo tliom so to Bloiy. will bo tliolis If tliny nuia,'o niKimcsi has proved a into ii fowl I'ocutlon v4i(t the to wit Pointed Paragraphs. sweats " TJuit makes no dUrumc, Kill I. blessing to our Simpton wus .sound asjrc when !ii Tim icIio)t little girl. She Is will lure tho olillriivri. "'Isrin't It, ludoodr ji0 erlod, trl. Purlin? MoreI Cows Needed. tho est tlility.flvo years tlio now apparently liincii nuy cut Into tlilr pioflts, but loit hi.s strciiKth. Tho broulut tlio wav tho swelter tltj umpliantly. 'Well, you ate a fine Jaw- - PopuLttlon of tliow Ls no Jnp4 tint It vvUl finally cured and U entho Unite.! State) has er, I must say. Hero's tlio Livvs of joying the best crowd wulkliiK Jn It. ' ttnute.l tlwt tho Ohio, and they say tlvat Infidelity. If i,uubl"1' a,ul il l of health. It Is break them of tlio habit. lUHsappoltttiiieiit Is one of tjie CJiexyAlrtes aro tho jnot iioptlUr of number ot dairy ey.ws Ilis ulso ilouibled- over a year since pro veil, Is a ground 'ar illvoroo!' she has had a xl tho UiCMMgliUf from less wars bust jirunhitf kiilv. tltiii 11,000,000 to We cannot fit. 1'alllt Is trust wltli Its coat off nn I Ju tlw window, of tlio moro tlun i!,oe,oiw. m the speak too highly of this its hIcoiis rolled up, of Dr. Miles' Nervine." They nro luireuso covvj liave liicivaseel Ui viivluo per o "ittlii4 juore FOR FLETCHER'S MItS. FRANK ANDKRSON, Tho flro und itlie troM HuVer qiilto every yeir, Tho lieail about i Kulrig lia.'k '. It Is ulso ustlmatcel by Comfrey, Minn. I undei stand each otJier. t In tlw vtti"ni ot the riopui.uw statisticians th it the population wfl Marroa. Thousands of children in the Tih olouy has kept moru people out UK tht eloublo In tho United States who are satTering gJ(LC, eclairs, vvelid coneixtlotu and next thirty-tw- o Don'ts For Hubby. yerii of heaven than It ever put tutu It. d th U If people are to u from attacks of epilepsy arc a conftsjitloiis ura lioldiiv their own. the saiini A 4Wvluuo 0f ,iifts rorihus,bands, was Tlio wiifc'es of sin Is death, oven If Undoubtedl tlio t.indy lublt U uprxid. burden and borrow to their parents, ,u' ",M ",llk issued by Mrs. 11 ra Hitrtshexrii hi ro- -' Ing. Candy U niuro xteiiHlny udwr-tW- l the ttlnnet- dois pa' bltf jvow rent. 1"Jr' 0Ott" ,m"'1 ',0 who would give anything to restore sponso to tho 10 don'ts for wives, com "omblo-l- . Gray hulls tyid wrinkles may come, health to the sufferers. tliaii ev'r Itetore. tliovvn foils ,"eU'"' t,,at t,, CV,,-Wcvst will s Plhxl by Uev. Uockefolievi-llusturel. naver think of bolng cs,hani"d ot (their but n luppy licurt lsalvvas ouiik, eradually Inercaso In dalrli.K, uiul If It Dr. Miles' Nervine pastor. Tlie love men Jinvo fur little dins Is candy-OfitlpnUvltlas. InilLun down r,lll,m,M ,u "W'y "ts iterwntiwa ff 1. Don't many loll an.l find fault is one of the best remedies known on ,Uw tu,t iml as tavioii-ousl- y tlio same ilovills Juivo for blr oues. "Uat 1'ra,,1,a! w "ll"t iow iiio.ro atoe'k for this affliction. It has proven I.ovo at flint tslKht Is a Kood deal bocuuso slio U not u lielpmato. Ul, as tluy onc eto lous.t jiitppv. beneficial in thousands of cases Wl'0""-- r wo 2. Won't bo afraid of a woman with o smalUr llko hoklii tjitou'li tho wrong end o. and those who have used it have It Is Heooiul to wattr-iiioor '"" 0,, t''1"- ' Jn tho wo Uro, esluiatlon und somu biviins. -' It teleisuopo. the greatest faith in it. It is not opinion of tho Utlilopliui. ""'" B,ow n,oreto I 3. Don't foiset that nine out a "cure-all,- " but a reliable remedy of ten lluudrevU uiul thousamN of tons uie Tor sortMieiSs of tlio iiiusclcswlieit,lipr You need for nervous diseases. times our wife wunu to bo your iluy It now. Clu.inbcrtulii's oollc. QuA eaten eveiy day. Tlie mtrkitt varKs Induced by violent exciclso or lnjufJ. not hesitate to give it a trial. l'"1""' uel Diarrhea lteuiicxly u ujimewt Sold by all Drunghrtt. If tht flrtt but little in tlw Miimnicr aiwl sprhu tlieio Ls nothliit- - beittor than Chunibor. 4. Don't our wife, until iwx bottle fall to bentflt your monoy Is h, ivwuti, to be nocdiel botoio tlw numiiuii-loseets u iluto botter nioutlw, but it I.lnlment. TUU liniment re. returned. U ovr. Iluy lt ,Ww. her temper or Boi Insane. lllul along Jn tho lii'ULiy sis,hi, ...ared wJiien Ileves rheumatic rialns. Vor sale by A,U MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. 5. Don't nuko tho blumler of bollov-jfsuuh on ejinfitaeney. for tl br over body feeJa lllu. lio oot,-li-,t to buy Dealora. Intf that a or six rwtn flit can A.U DOilera. o mll ln nnnflUUri lirk, A'llorJ.kit, ilc . the jtermm ap. i statiM KIJ." of the ovcry-dithat keiii the peoplo jiior. It Is a drain tlBit never cciiwvs. Chlldien f buy c inall nanks hi ,the social dies by the pnio's worth or II w dollar's worth, 11 ilu stignr, some evlrai.t of tho cocoa b"nn or smio other flavor Ing, are fused togi tlier und stnilglitwuy this inKture bvcunirs i thing tlut vv'll money fioni tlio rKkts of mler cou Tlie candy factories bu sugar by the ilielp b tralnliVMl mill emiVoy the thoiiMinds, Machlnis, liowever, now do muUi of the work that vv.es once dote by the deft fingers of italic oaiyly dlpxt The best oa miles are ntllt liiiu.l-nmWhen )ou jviy W, 60 or Ml tnts a pound for calidlevs, .vxiil eian ganiMe h it you are getting the pure Imiil-mulU one y se-il- Candy The Kind You Havff Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 rUK UL'M. ANtgclabkliTparajionliTtts slmilalinJilicFooiIamlRoi!i!lR ling Hit Stomachs naliJiivkti Bears the Signature of Priimolcs Di'esllonJCiVf rfiJ ncitiw Opiimi.Morphinc norWincraL ncss and Itestronliins kWAf -- - NOT NARCOTIC. 14 rt F it In Use ror bon-bon- For Over !.-- dis Thirty Years 8SSL S CASTORIA ICTTV. pr - sn-ie- - half-poun- hiv 1 4s4 J'iil .t d 1 w cs 1 llicr'. vvork-n-ela- y eu-olus- ni f.l .liU-wa- p-- i. l(l ni'a r hti i) :li 1 jini linilitp-stAoni,- dlsupi-i'nt-mtn,- t,s pjs 7. Gol-ond- e, J- al PolarWlnds. wl 1 ut After Cure for of Suffering tele-ptio- ijr ...... "" M'"' i. ...I' lrl's bon-bo- n Children Cry C A ST O R A - J"' l" '"f--1- """' ug s ii " U'' " ". s s nd-s- o or U ntV. n".- - t( W 1 to'rmfttnrijr really worth while, (Vsorni. thing which In costing you almost) ad much an the bettor article, buy Hut at the same time It Is not a good policy to get along without sotnothlng that will help you in your (he-bes- ' IGJtATlbM'OF C0P3 "" Reply to Michigan Correipondesl PRIMITIVE MAN work just localise you cannot buy the most cxpetulvu made. Hay at the present market prices, or even considerably lower, Is a very good money crop. Farmers am now planning on feeding corn fodder and belling their hay. L believe this Is a good plan. Don't you? GRASSES N Reply to Inquiry received from It. T. Ilostwlck, Varshall, Colorado: "Will you le kind enough' to furnish mo with what Information you have available on the subject of grasses suitable for this location; lest methodsof seed8 ing; preparation of thersoll, etc.?" In the vicinity of I'arshall, Colorado, the best grass for haying purposes is timothy. A much bettor combination Is made try using timothy and alslke. in"llri.t' Utiiw tMul tVmera und A Kansas correspondent writes: "In About ir pounds of timothy and r or H making a three-hors- e e vener for a disk, things of ttJiU'.h wo Itnuw llttV. pounds of alslke make a very good I would like to know where the hole lolil Ih iirolMihly the lat of lib lrl'i-s should be bored. Should of Ho .speak n Umjume of wUIl-I-i thero mixture. Besides these two crops, brome grass, the evener be given to the single horse b no nioril. For fifty yars lie has or Ilromix Inermi, does well In your to mako an even distribution of the llotl jn Up) Sierra N'uvckI.i niouitfil'.is POTATO SCAB locality. Upon the farm of Louis Kick, pull, or should It be measured from never letting u white oiian Kit p situated within a short distance of the5utslde of the singletree?" diff- Kllni(iHc of Mm, ulul knowing nothing A New Jtritj Correspondent wrileit You will experience but little your farm, brome grass has been doing of the world. Ono tViv "1 llnd that my potato? are hadlv wonderfully well. Meadow Fescue iculty In dividing the load equally of tlio ,proKrramong the horses If you take Into fire broke out In Uu ni'ianVilns an! Infested with what seems to me t will do well also In your locality. answer the (le.scrlptlon of potatoscab." From our experience with the grasses consideration the fact that the amount fonnil l.shl to ko ,to Orvlllf, Qit., proporIn treating potatoes for scab It I and from an observance of the native of work each horse does is In portion where Ik.- - trloil to apa u cu,lf to keep IlK'st to use one pound of formalin to vegetation, we would say that the tion to the lever arm or the him. In from sUirv'iu;. ,lle was cuii,'!it i,nJ 'thirty gallons of water. This treat- timothy and brome grass are the two of the doubletree given to the third put In the town lull. Tim first civilcase of three horses the ment should be given the seed before best members of the grass family for horse, or nnoNvhich works singly, in ized thing lie lairnttl iwas cigarette potatoes are cut, and after treat- jour locality. The brome grass will order to do the same amount of work Hinoklng. the Th n came llw pirstsort. thrive ing they should Ik- - scattered out and gixxl with timothy and alslke under as the other two, should lie given who fook If lil an ay, itlifut tliey mtgl t conditions of Irrigation which allowed to dry unless you aru ready to usually prevail on the developed farms .twice the length of lever arm as the learn his tiiiguago unit something .if team. The length of the evener and plant them Immediately. After using of that community. also the length of the singletrees will the tribe, which wns .prsieUisilly wiped the solution for two or three hours it A disk grain drill with grass seeder depend upon the size of the horses and out Ui a UHtle with early 'should be replenished, because when attachment is as good a tool to be also you desire working them to Almuly olen.tlts 'left open it loses Its strength very used as any. The soil should be pre-- 1 close whether or somewhat spread out. shoo away the horde of have had iuiJ together audeUle pared by deep plowing. The plowing For summer work the horses will rapidly. . They looked ujjo'i ' We can see no reason why the kero- should be followed with the disk and stand the heat a little better if given harrow, if possible the same plenty of room. This Is advisable thb wimple, primitive man i .t,ti.jir any way hinder neir tooth sene barrels would in ItliU treatment. We believe it will be ' half day, in order to work the furrow where conditions are such that more legitimate piVy. slice down Into a good, 'nil right to u.se them in treating jour I seed tied lie tore It lias time to dry out room can be given and at the same Iilil Is no fairy .story ro dream ot lima tint. Iiltiri.tr irffilti tilleliltlir Mitt tho dime iniisuiii prs agent. He Is IpoatouA. As far as disinfecting the or loso its tilth. If seeded alone, , ,,icfoi.t,i,- planter Iseoncerned, wedo notbelievu ilwitit, 'JO imtmdsof brome irrass .should wri. will note in Illustration No. 1, a nun "unspotted by the world." You '$iis will Im necessary if you treat the be used. per acre. If seeded with the that the third horse is given thirty llo looks like many other Indian', other combination, the amount varies Inches of the lever arm, while the but he b unlike luiy other, lib ehln seed properly. The fungus disease called scab has with the proportion it is desired to other two arc given only fifteen. This Is a Utile xliariier smd Ids profile is been known to live for at least six obtain. A very good combination is distance Is satisfactory for medium-- ! delicate. JIN lialr b shoit, for iho is 15 pounds and alslke fl sized horses. Where larger teams are ' years in the soil, eteu though no brome grass or pounds. Another good combination to lie used, it should lie increased In mournln.g for potatoes were grown in that Held. is brome grass 12 pounds, timothy 10 she (Ul and t,'"--' iytw foiigiit Became of tills, it Is a good plan to to 12 pounds, and alslke 5 to (i pounds. accordingly. over her body he Jtliyr-lib lon rotate jour crops and to plant your It is well to harrow lightly after the Ivilr with a nil hot coil and r"'H''l treated seed in Uriels where potatoes drill. I5scfthe whlskeis from Jilt chin, one by have not been grown for at least four The laud should be well irrigated one. That Is the way this Indian Ave years. or but should not lie kept Hooded. There mourn. The soil that contains an acid Is is a notion prevalent in the vicinity of 7P I Injurious to the growth of potato I'arshall that hav can only tie ltowii Ho proplllita tho s'Hls of miu A common three hone CTCoer 'scab, hence the application of w here it is kept Hooded. Tills view Is i ajul UgJitnliiK and stilus Incantations ammonia, sulphateof potash, erroneous. The land should lie well wears H to Alio fbh of tho river. !..... kanit, or acid phosphate will tend to I l . .. t..rl men tin. UMit.il ntiuuui lb. i Sometimes It is necessary In working a pltice f a thong In hb naict l.r,.lrl young animals, or light horses, to give nT and ir3 free the soil of the Scab fungus. On withdrawn until the crop is needing can the other hand, the presence of lime, moisture when it should be irrigated them an advantage. Thisof be done to tako him to the In,lUn lfien wlwi the lever lie dies. wood ashes, or large quantities of again. 'Although tills is contrary to by increasing the length .stable manure, will aid or encourage the views of many ranchmen, it is arm. There Is no set rule Tor deter- - i Ho wjui naked ,suv for a tvvck whe-- i the growth of potato scab. borne out by experience and expert mining the amount of advantage to be they found Jiiin. Tlvey clothed him given in the case of small horses. Tho tneraj. most satisfactory way Is to use a num- - In a blue shim and a pair at overalls I LITTLE THINGS ABOUT THE HOUSE ber of holes and simply shift tho clevis and gave him a luit, vvihleh wfis FEEDING CALVES vu,r one j falling off or itlpphvg Hjr Ckace Marian Smith of the I II C Seric until the small horse Is able to carry ttureiu v.nt - W V. Tiiffptt. f!hil.i. CV me loau uie enure nay wiuiout ue- - oar. Shoos ho could u(l vvtur, recent dato in coming more fatigued than the other, Thi- - av him a alUle whistle an l mien cuiic nnu aiuiii limu We have yourlet-r- of Some claim that the amount of he " not afford expensive Jewelry and real which you ask for some information to it with nil the joy of a lace, owned no Jewelry and wore their on feeding calves, but you do not state lover arm or advantage given the small bknvlivg it at Intersil and . should lie in proportion to tho VnimifMivM horse garments untrimmed. Ourancestors, i.n.i.i.iv.iiro-iiipafirHis not a wayssatlsfac-tlm- e, laughu. weight, but this with a foolish pride supposed to Indi- - should be fed on whole milk Tor some i tory because It is not taking Into con-- i. It was with the grOfi,test nUffleuity and changes In their feed should fcate birth and breeding, eschewed marifi irraduallv. After a week or i slderatlon the physical condition of that he was persii.idd to limitless and imitations. Tills was a protest against verv ten days the whole milk feed maybe the horses, which is a begin Important get Into bed. llo jnade it understood pretense, hut the medicine became changed to one of half skim and factor. However, to with, this1 that as eyoryono else wore clothes worse than the disease. Gaud), cheap, half whole milk. Decrease the whole method of adjustment does very well: ho abo would wear them and that h shoddy material Is an offense against milk t'.itll you are feeding the calf other changes can be made as occasion tnko tltent off ajyaln. would good taste, but inexpensive things entirely on skim milk. It is well to requires. Ishl dons npt elt. down. He flo,uats need not lie Inartistic. Because you have a quantity of grain convenient on ilib anklea by th? hour, his IUUo cannot take a trip to Kurope Is no so that the calf will have an oppoDISEASES OP CUCUMBERS brown eyes under Uie (Jiook of llack rtunity to learn to eat as early as reason for refusing a day's outing. Replr to C. V. Fon lialr gu'ng .in wtouder from qne thing Yfti cannot afford the original Ange- -' possible. It probably will not learn to another. good print of eat grain for some little time. This lus, but you can have a "I have trouble with my cucumbers to may bo hastened, however, by mixing ohlld-it, and most of us with untrained a small amount of bran with the milk, dying too early. They get some kind I.shi Is a child with nilnujt a n imur. of yellow spots in the leaves and the wonder over new things ejes win see quite as iimcii in mo or you may add a small quantity of vines die before they get done bearing. doious nivuge. He Is nfraUl and trh's print as we would in the original. e Hour. I have been using Bordeaux mixture. It. llo was fnlght-one- d There is a difference between the Skim milk contains somo more I used blue stone. Is this the same hard not to how , badly at a locomotive. Inexpensive and cheap, so don't let us protein and carbohydrate than whole as copper sulphate? When should Prof. Watornum of the JUnlveralty deride a thing simply because It didn't milk, so for feeding It Is best to pick lime be added to the soil?" Only man wlio his a grain that will not supply large a mint of money. The disease attacking our corre- of California, .tlio In making Ishl undeimtaud , Howmanythlngsareyougolngwlth- - quantltlesof these materials. In some spondent's cucumber vines is known as Huewciditl lout that you could buy for a very Instances calves may do very well on "downy mildew," a parasitic fungus. uvea a few worsts, thinks that ilio it feed, but these at hb tribe, but prat, modest sum? Suppose it is nothing feeds are usually very expensive, and Bordeaux mixture is the best remedy the (Ust than a sharp knife for paring there are other substitutes that are you can use; but this will have no KrurlM-- thinks tli.it itliero iny be ' more If the fungus has gained con- others hidden away In tlio ,luslu euetablesand you have wasted time, asgood. Usually no betterresulu effect wasted vegetables, spoiled jour own just be obtained from higtwpriced con- siderable headway. Bordeaux mixture Jiwt what lull! thinks ft God lw should be made as follows: temper, and annoyed the men folks can centrates than from feedlugsuch grain has not yet 'told. lie lias M3,vf iH puds, For young plants 3 lbs. copper sulby trying to get an edge on a knife as corn, kaltir corn, sorghum, barley or that was worn out years ago. Yet for oats. The following mixtures have phate, 0 lbs. lime to GO gallons or water. ovidently. During a atorm Jw waiters ten cents ten cents you can buy a been found to give very good satis- When the plants get older, use 4 lbs. offerings hi four apots arouiifl the tree copper sulphate, 0 lbs. lime to 50 gal- which .sheltens lilm. fllhb b fo jrlto paring knife that will last at least a faction: lons of water. year. the uod of lightning not U Htrlko tho Whole oats and bran. Blue stone is the commercial name tive. You have spent hours beating up Whole oats, corn, barley, and for copper sulphate. all l'i8 with a fork. A Dover bran. The beneficial element in lime is Ho has eaen with lib flnero kosts a quarter, and a whip ten cents. A mixture of 15 pounds of whole calcium, and It should be applied on hb Ur, but In five day Jio (has learn.! You are short of pans, of crocks, of kettles, which can be purchased for oats, I) pounds of bran, 3 pounds of soils that are acid in nature. On soils to use the knife. fork anfl upaoi ou cents. You corn meal, and 3 pounds of linseed that are not In this condition, lime Uefoiv that he ate tldn 'from ten to thirty-liv- e very good feed for calves. will be of little or no benefit. The xp flngcra crookil, and tiifik lure going without spoons enough to meal is also a Uiixo Together with these of i tat the table when there are guests, the young and growing concentrates acidity use the soil may .be determined .two fhitfcra. calf should by the of litmus paper, which may because you can't afford to pay eight words of lib Vmiua;;o About jdellars for them, 'but you can buy have plenty of fresh water, and be be obtained at almost any drug store. lmvo ben noted by .lw wiltitbt. (artistic spoons of white metal which allowed to play In the sun. It should Press the moist soil around the blue free access to good clover or litmus paper for ten or fifteen minutes. TJumv Js no word tliiat is lk J."iy ,i)o one unless accustomed to seeing also have ihem would distinguish from real alfalfa hay. If these are not avail- If tiie paper is now red or pink In color Qther Indian jangiiae- He Uis not hqwn any lz kllver. Sometimes It is china towels-jj- ou able, timothy hay and corn fodder are It will Indicate that your soil Is acid. ft pelng There are eight or ten different kinds UotinvsUk und Uuhs .whenqver "mail. are using worn, linty rags; you perhaps the next best. If you have a can get all the towels you need for ten kilo, small quantities of ensilage will of commercial lime, but where It is ml" or w,onun 1 iivintloihsl. good condition during possible to obtain finely ground (cents apiece. Or, you are wearing an keep tho calf In tills is the most desirable form WMn ho itiks Hb itiies ore throaty. jold dress, too heavy and warm, Instead the winter months. (Uid nitulaU. sanwUihig of g the calf does not gain when taking to use. It supplies tho necessary calone yoa if tf the cool, e ready-madwhole milk, it should be weaned. cium, and yet tho action on the vege- tiha 'plalntlv cjumss of u i',HUd in It. lie for from sixty the tould buy Try half skim and half whole milk for table matter is not as severe as it is b not vory strong. Jib niusciei. aiw nut tents to ont dollar. devolopul, und lib grlI on the tiptliig No, I am notadvlsingcheap, shoddy a while. Sometimes the addition of a with other forms of lime. We regret to say ttuit the Service liiaalitiui b of low ivemitd. things. Always buy the best you can spoonful of lime water to eacii feed Buteau does not have Farmers' Bulleafford. If J our means are limited buy will correct the dltllculty. you "Tlio capture of thb nun U of the general distribution, suffer from scours when the expensive yet most satisfactory Calves may but usually there will be tins forable to obtain these by but said pioCtvf writing utmost Jlnj)0rtalllce,, vvill.be articles that you can. Only don't put on grass roprosenU u new a,ii tho mistake of complaining be-- . very little dltllculty If they are allowed the U. S. Department of Agriculture, KraUier. "Ho make cause thes- - inexpensive things don't to feed but a short time at tlrst, then Division of Publications, Washington, sunuiatvlly exitinct dUlcf't. llo Baj period each D.C. increasing hu b ot tlia Yahl tribe. Ho b more last as well as the more costly ones. gradually they becomethe accustomed to If we can be of further service at of an aborting than any of tlio !" I "The tlrst thing you forget about an day until cuanges oi leeu any time, we' will be pleased to hear 'article Is what you paid for It." So If the change, suuuen dlaas we luve been working wJth f5r from you. . ufouiethlng you a.re going takeeu, are not good and should bo avoided. U ten yew. lt knows nptlirlim ot Ua M SK "I am growing sugar beets and land seems to Im decreasing In producWEST tion. What rotation can f use?" In some localities it has lieen found that beets do best following alfalfa, corn and small grains. A very good of an Extinct rotation is as follows: First, wheat; The second year, Iwets; then clover for two Tribe Found. years, last crop ltelng plowed under; man lias taken It from tlio coynt.. then potatoes, and the rotation re- Ho ,wlll not tilk of lib tru,.., eveopt peated. If alfalfa can be grown In to toll of thilr custimn. your locality it Is a good plan to In His Language Unknown to Lin"When we nsk ,hlm of his wife lie clude this In the rotation. In Montana the lesb rotation for talks u,bout ihow ulio ni.fb oeurii putip guists and He Knows Noth-in- g beet raising Is sis follows: Wheat, wii.-'or wimiithlng. lie luis a clover, oats, sugar beets, barley anil or break In Ills worsts, and I hive of Civilization. pexs. In Utah the following rotation much noticed that lib fftureis are gives good satisfaction: First year, clvlllz'sl as tlioi of tlw n.im'1 sugar beots; second year, peas and oats ' Indian. for forage; third year, sugar beet; In fourth j ear, oats, seeded to alfalfa; Mil, tint hiM of Hot old Yalil lli-"lie lias ivver wrkil and knows i lliun, wlm Hpr".L.l ttiriior unuiiiif fifth year, alfalfa. nothing of Uie world and Is beyond imrly nt.tt rt of hoi tlipirn CVillCanii.i, doulrt tlw niost unolvUitfyJ and uneoa- Is a neUMrtlflo prison r of tln Untwrtamlimted man In tlio wiorld ilodiy." dlty of t'lUfurnU. Kvery ilvy lie will THREE-HORSHITCHES salon-tlsbq luve.stltt.itml as tho Itiirivvl tf FQUNDJN Last Jias a tliivry of creation (ill PREVENTING OF S0UI "H lib own tint wo may lw ivhla to gut out of him ,whe;i Ivi tUiis grown ito bo MILK IN SUMMER lws nfrnld of -. Hi il aetly tli r klnl of man who was 1n O llifonita , tW years agi. Kentucky Bureau Gives Help" inv.amve, lio itblnk' of the I'ro To Dairymen and om'Alilng tbit Aim coyote slo'o as from some other god nn,d nlnco ithen M"l-'o- whlt,. Others. E Who comes . air, chfMi-wnhrfl The "Devil." tt tho prlntsop w.lUi tli--j denrni-- d Iwvlr, two-third- (Jape With And a,PJHvi for u Job. o oid parted "manaJalrY" Tlio "dovil." - -- Who, when Us task b at .lnr,t asslsnyl, Of dloanlng type a "Junn,li" Ooms flad And .wants a Job of nnqMier kind? The "deyil." Who, wihen at Jat ho has bnie grit. For c,ltlng 'tpe 4i b surely tit, Ajid vainly Imagines "1 am IT?" " iTlv Who makes tho fires and. brings ilu "dQV-al.- wiood, Doos a thousand oti guod. Ami Just as well cli(orc,s that uru Jn-- t as ottiens could? J TJw "devil." Who BOts hb face all mard with ln!s. Vnd of mbchlevous tli,lns does often (think? Wlioe money (he has none) never gets "kerehlnk?" The "devirs." Who for more knowledge ido,qs often seek? Who gts lib head skinned (tw.loe ft week, And when he's older a drunk does tfel: ' Tlio "deval." Who helps the editor put up a ftght Vnd gob hb eyes blacked invt right ' Never iys his players, day or night? Ji-ft ' wife-Whe- d TIw "deviU.'" -- -- ! irriK-ftll'l- u ly Who puts a pin on the editor's chair And .makes hjm climb tlie vry air. " And s,lngs, "I'll mecit yuu ovor Tlia "devlt." WJio make thes preacjurs laugh and c sriln. take their Blgns And school all In? ,Wlu) uvikes tlio world go 'round an spill? The ,"devll.' TJie iworid da'-.- freely go far ililm. Ho's truly sauted for every whhiv And when lie's gono wo'll mourn for s 1 t- ni lll- mTlw "devil.' To blbsful heaven lie will surey go. And Uie trip he'Jl nvike will not be slow-- All i I prJjittrs get a free know pas,s (?), you ' This includes the "dqvi!.'' HUHqr play By H. U. Daulton. cb,unty Newsboy, Ark. Iten-to- m-v- BALD KNOB. Crops are looking fine slnco live majtis wo 'liavo boon Jicvvlng loitdy. AVp (bushes and weeds are ,g.nowrn3 very fast. There will bo singing at JHb p,Vve noxt Saturday night Uvar.y.uQdy oo,mo. Mr. and 3Irs. Ben Ijeaoh spent aov-erdays Wjlth .their son, Supt. Hinry LeacJi and family, of Hailtfond, lait week. Mr. S. 'T. Willlanijs, wjlio ha,s Uo,n at Owenslioro far ee,v,eral months, Jiioano last week. iti-- . Chester Lenah, wlto and Jjabv, vlalteil Mr T. Davb and family J4IUU; I s al low-grad- 'j.t highly-concentrate- d tii-urda- y. er r Mls Mary Sniltli Pien,t Sun-da- y night w.lth her cousins, il,bies Comb and Mae Sandefur. Mrs. Dora lieuoli tp,en,t Satuixii-- night and Sunday with rola,Uves at Cro'r.-wel- l. egg-beat- w-t- h Mrs. J. W. Taylor, (w,ho Jias bqon tlio alck list Cor aavcral days, is much hotter. Mbs Oannle Sandefur spenit Monnlav , njghit with Miss Marie SmlUi. Mds Mar)' Jtagbnd, of Ilanock. who has hoeji vlsJtbig lier auiit, Mrs. 8. M. Tayjor, for aqme time, Totuiuiied riomo Saturday. litbs Mr. K. L. Taylor and Jileoe, und Uinulous Tayjor, nblud fnlonds at Haiyick SitnriViy JiUtht and on SundAl'. , During tho ihot weather of the tantm.vrr months niaiy farmers have trouble with sour milk. This causes much lor-nit only fi tho .farmer who otie o mora cows for family use, but oSpoctIly to itho dairyman who Totalis hu ml'ft or llps It to a dealer In tlw city. Tho dealer usually paip only one half prt.50 for tsour mltk or refuses to Accept It at any price, ithus vntalUng hoavy loss ito tho inroduccr. GwjiI Awcelmllk cuin be piyvluoed and lollverod In prlnvi condition to 'tins con sumar In the Intent ummor weather. The writer ban for flvio years sliljipert milk from a farm tn IoulvrilUe a of 57 miles tli0 milk being HJvre-hours on Uvo train Jn transit, and ha not lutd a drop of four milk d lining tli.it t'me. TJ10 amount o,f those silptnentA ranged from GO to 90 gallons a ba"tB, and wias on a strlot huslnifv every gallon bslng soj'id at a gooul margin, of - proXlt. During about lia,lf of tills time the milk was h'pped in S and ltl gallon cans, the remainder of t(he .time In pint and tuant biiivs. , pn 0001 aw.oet milk cleanliness and a iM iternpofa-tur- e. To sqcure those the tioll0wlnjf TiUles sluvuld ,be observed. Hfivu tlie qow' ,udder clean foofore. milking. A clean damp cloth can f0 U3od for itlds ipurppsc and can bo carried In tlw t of W10 mllkftr. only tew isqcomb aro rotminofl to wlpo tho uddar off Immedlatoly before beginning-tmilk tlio cow. In our xportetvo expedient thb simple worked has wonders. Be careful not to allow hailrs, duat or dirt to fajl Into the- milk. Tihoy are laden with germs. Oeims causo tlw milk to 011 r. TJie gnater the n umbel of germs the quicker Uie souiUng wlt occur. A pall with fi small Ojpemliiff will bo very hAlpful In keeping nut durt and 0tlier dlr,t. Us-the milk .poll for no other pur pose tlian for m'lklng. gome llfrjimen use It for waiterlng tli ilnorsos Anrl slojp,hg tlie hogs, .and thejn jwnfler vliy ' tjie mjlk sours. Cool tlie mljk linmedlacly by Bun- nIt over a milk cooler, (onp pf Uie" can bo bought for $5 to $7). or by Im- merbng In cold npilng or wqll wfUef' Tho animal heat inuat be rm0vod irAnuIng In cans or bottled for or uhlpment. If necessary to hold tlio the night's milk for shipment next morning It should be held at a. Cold spring or well low temperature. water In a wooden or motal .tank ot proper size to hold shipping can't may be used f,or 'thb purpose. If running spring water b hand, this will In some cusis tive milk or cream may be lowered Into aclatarn and kept oool until tlie lime tpr alilp-moIf care b exercised, milk can-be kept sweqt wltlwut lc. tout a pup-nl- y of loe Is vory desirable. AnoUior important point. .Wash a$l yMv sols carefully. Kxamlno frequently lir the angles to aoe tliat no aooumuioltton of yellow slimy casein material co. Iqctji, as t,hb will centalnly pauaa rajM souring. After waulilng, acajd all . vessels with boiling water and pIeloo in pure frih air until ready for use. It oxpastid to tiro sun, so much the bobber, as .sunlight Is t,he best germ kUlex aal purifier. Milk produced In the manner out,itnl will bo of tlio beat quality, and wii bring tlie lilgheat niorkut price. Such milk is always In demand and If uo,l for butter making It furnUlies the raw material fnom wldcli high quality 'butitef ean bo produced If all tjie butter jrov duced on Kentucky farms worp piado from milk liaixlied In thb .way, ihundred of 'thousands of pounds of poor butter which each yiar oa Into our markets at a very low price would be replaced by a gilt edged article, wlijch wouM soli at an attractive price, and wwuhf add .many tlvouosnds of dollars to leanuual profits of Kentucky fornvars.. s, k'p , dls-tan- iiy' ( tw9-ttem- s, (rw-'ke- i - 3 re nt. -- HAD IT IN FOR HIM Methodist Church. Jlov. T. V. Joluor, rvnatjor. Se,iivio.p at the courthouao Sunday tnornlug nt !l o'clock and Sunday vnlnK at 7:15. DpwortJi League mentlng at 7:13 Sunday ovonlugv lluie--ston- e, Iilsh-keye- d fresh-lookin- I T!KWYNlUriAlwtjhM Bears th Igaatmrcof CASTOR I A lit IiSuU ud CUUtm. MIm $ Cbanc Oh. Toa. papa bu u lalled. J ... Well, Noccjti jen Mr. do all na cooU to know 'roaa gam h'd rna. km mictit it Hartford Republican. nrffinllng to Inw nt tie rostottlre artford, Ky., iw mall mutter of Hie eerciul Batons! IMP. old organ! wiitlnm In 'Ww lvm.1 of plrjijlns Hoot, Cwino iiihI Co lVi,rnf, I'mnKi-w- , with n m re ,1'o.niiUul of vpiVs? XXXXXHHXYYt!YYr A PROTECTION THE GUIDE. ONLY SAFE Tho Importer" nf emrtr, 11 rwiimtyi't' lining lim'.iitlcid In gi.cj-NEY FOSTER KAMEY E. DUKE, J. lint array, Is making a grnt t"lriiegle to. PUBLI8HEAB AND PROPRIETORS. lyiw live duly on neflnMl URnr taken off as completely a" It lias been rtduinfl on JUriM H communication: to WW sugrir. The Government requires that each load of sheep shipped from Ohio county be accompanied by n certificate Tliwe was n time w1i,oti the only ugvr Hartford Republican. ,ttit c.tuol producd hi our country stating the number of sheep, to whom they are being shipped, and the market upon which they are to be sold. sugar in Louisiana, hut in ,Uic lnsit i No sheep can be brought into mis county from an adjocning county, without a certificate from the inspector of NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS uj!.r A ycfins the de.volopjnent of the pepf the coun y from which the sheep originate. Shippers of sheep living in this county and buying sheep in adjoinHobscrlbers desiring Iht paper sent to n new RP nddrcte nn"t give the old address In ranking the Industry has lsyoimc io nvt '" to iifiV, ing counties; must secure a certificate from the county inspector in the county where the sheep arc bought and request. In addition to Die xme oupar priduc,t, o'i mail same to me before will issue a certificate for for soid sheep to be loaded in Ohio county to be shipped to Uosollclted manntcrlpU will not be returned ablol tiic cotrrrtry to jwoduao ii(i ly , market. unlet ncenmnanled l.r pnstap. hni'f lis vixtlre ntu,ar wnrunnion, iinl AiOBJinont commnnlcntlonii will receive no Farmers living in Ohio county are required to secure a certificate before they can sell and move slices from during tlw same p(,rln)d rt,he r cfpl'.rt nttentlon. this county to nn adjoining county are hereby warned not to move any sheep without a certificate. lnoroa-lt' until tic of sugar Uw Shippers and farmers should write me at least two days before thqf desire to ship or move sheep to another higher now Al'on tlnat of any TXZ.3FXOITX. county; stating the exact number of sheep to be shipped or moved, to whom they will be shipped, where they .1 3 wunitry. Jt l but .natural .lliat I'.w lol&Cfe. are to be sold, over what railroad they will be shipped and the date they expect to ship. Ivot sugar rrmn, lwh tlw manufnctiirof Shippers waiting until the day they expect to ship or failing to state the number of sheep in applying for 1MUBA.Y, JULY 5. and tho gntwer, i?iluld ialn Jwids nth tjip cane wignr mon and Iwlwccn fwheni certificate will have sheep left at shipping point until said requirements are fulfilled. It Is pi'nw.- impossible for the Uman to For certificates or further information, address: wdll boom with the oil uopin. Jrlwnlifjord Jnow Just where he is at. The only olear and safe guar,d la the TVUl "Marie Henry" illmp In .the rmr principle of I'rojUicUon to our own InCfne more? dustry. Hawaii is linqludoid In the ' Ohio County Clark men chorcd (M so that Uicre Is until the very Jn,t. her ports find ours and Hawpilan "WiiUe dodging tJie Btcam ro'ler, look sugar comes frte of iduty in grootciuan-uye- s and stjll thee Jins to be imported out for the auto coming from tho 0Uic-sU- J. . savrrnl hundreyi thousand tors Df mij,-- r uniiri;, notably from Ca-from oilier Mr. Bryan 1 the greatest and from Oermany. Evtn Cuba lia greater Ukjji tlio of our day even liad 10 per cent, dratnek or reductlo'i , liomlnioe. (mlorcul him. This tn"nly n f.. t "Wlllert K. llAll. fr,om the regujar luty under tixuty OIL BOOM HITS we i rtnt JIl otiU'r to koji liLsttc , Mm. Minnie Wilfon .luis ncUuvK"! !u"ie fiWH W6 have lo lmj)ort nnd Oliie James did frit o be Clialrman r.trn ij. lit to Yienmen after cjendjng a wiwk the e from othtr ooiijiLrios in lery largee of fyne,thlng, und dldn'it have La Yellow Jacket Stingers. HARTFORD FOR CERTAIN gutpt of her parmts, Mr. find Mm quaJiUty. himself eltlier. Yojng. The Vdlow JiTk'-- t will now iiiljun Sugar produoere. of our own lands say - wJio wait. 60 AU (things conic to itlioaMr. Taytxn find ftmilly sllngisanil do buVnms n,t Uie 01 Jnm that within no distant lxsrjiifl they will w liave been told, ami the discovery be njble und'.r 1'jpiUxtkvi to supply tlw staihl in Uie Ifuigtiagu of Immnrta,, Eighth Flow Discovered Monday Itfivcr Dnm, Tu1ay ,to be tlie iguett of oil at Hartford is convincing. of rla,tive here. all In glor, now Is the time lo 'M . domcMJc market entirely iind make tt going The way to k'T A mule ,. V .Mr. Jo pli M. 1M sirl,e ,ujI hni-t-i your nulghlior Afternoon on the Carter d Into InJeneindent of all foreign production, Lynching bavin g,leen introduce .f good jOiwty to ler was killed by the early Sunday fwrll. . Get tlie Juice fui It rur.. Mexico, It Is presumed the liairlKirluos and as things go. tltls is un objett n. in iiK'r. Ihuihk ratle Farm. morning Uyiln. .stert of bull fighting w,lll be abandoned. worth striving to uttajn, ment i$ls dls.iMt r. Sugar In Anicjlen Is about n" enenp a--i An exohange wvmtn to know wh.,t Dunk Hall was at .Reynolds Kj., ih A wjoman at Ulnghnmton lias boon it Is onywhen'e Jse In the wiorld.evn Iwumi of tin boy W gueM of his parents suveral iLxyc. lns.tid thrgt ft lilil blhhul his niollHT-- Mvlrts. The citizens of Ha,rtford were arousol We have always acnl to prison for beating !wr Jiusbaiid. now, but the records show 1,liat the reMr. Wiilte, 'f of Dc.uiflcld was the - n tlihjf wJi'ither U hK.t,1' .1 Tihie is the ort of "espial iights" we duction fiiom an unrcwwuible gllmj.si of n KVwtti surmise lie got thjure, a Tuesday mornhig wlun It was Kntioun,'ed guest of Mr. Cotton find family n u- - thkf ote or 11 horse. WIkU Vi you Uilnk k'own or umbrt'lVi uovjir guriiu-u-t tovor. fejw y(ar ago, lo a lower uno ma(i i Uiat anoUier fine Cow of oil Jvul ben town gAlllnUy ml SumIflJ, and about it, HlratnT u;icoierei in tnc wtu or Die Witt rmlUKiUon in Jrice of susur to the conUisalUltrhulab 1. MLss Stella DanleJ will gie nn e Duning the lio,t times at .the sumer to tlie exttut of two cents :. Kentucky Oil Co., on the Carter farm recital at the ltri(.k3,ort City Convention, when Cist fights jwore lly. The flow wa- - found Hall, above .tills pound. at Ilovkiiort, Ky., Sa.turd.ty ving Tiic peo;V usually kmnw what tlirv lvic WIVy U the father if n nimmon our Democratic urcithrien liul want, but the Uoul.R w IV If It can be slwwn tlut there la Lite Monday afjternoon at n & pth of Julj- - J3Ui, S.W o'chx'k. liy .'irul turned down .1 li of jour ihiuitfelt sympathy. dem't hfe Uk ilo and lvnce the him In It.n'.nri Imvjiuw safuty in a further roduellon vltluir 3i 1STO feut and Is the eighth flow of wl he loiillnt .. The Olaton picnic will lie given 'n tfvvBjnejit that if klcinid up. the whole and the "nt'arj wss Is iU)ls I'.uker ,lio was olected teimpo duty on refined Migar or In ,the wiio'.ly found In this wU. the beautiful I'.itterson grow, July l.V.n.. Some weeks awo Uie wtll w.-"Hlwit" l7.f"H n nary chairman at n.i.ltimore, tlie sune free tulnils'on of naw sugar, ComgreA'' Stakes u tlmt ! with A. I.. ,and M". C. Pattta .iu as li sosms th.it the door glri with nltro-gly- c rlne, but tho 1ran.14.c- ni' uubl lime iff(irdel to boss l.V' ' Taritfir whose moinlng plunge for a swim should take .steps, at once to aidjiit managers. dU)(l-- l mem was not oonto.nteiil wilth this oil, Into two ckif( thfi'w ,wtio are on ii wan Hkt th.U. o that t'le daily recorded and served up to the the conditions of Imppit Wth b;p .. s Jlr. Jim Hall, of MeGraily, h e dying to ro dejUi betfat and jtiiow wiio lgnt ytara agi consumer shall Yiae iwluit",xr benefit believing Hint at a Heading public (about otitrr ItiKtiw ni'glit Ii.iitb H.!ood for Ifirt , Tmwlnj-the gutwt of Jib. motlui, Mrs orn?y to get thin, he tui jtis'.ly derive and the priluc,-- r ter and more valiuible oil wouU b? of Ui' cussing, from t M. Hall, w.ho has Inn on tJie olck hof (sugar also have tliat PruUjuLlun to found. Since that time the crtw has tlie post scleral daj.. 3n Wilson and Mansliu.ll .tlio been working exnrantl , and Mon-tAindeed it Is true tluut Un fnan w. ' which lie ils entitled. Ttiey have emjloel vniw nSli!ts have probably done the best The revival viuvs nt tdw SI. E. coiirtjh sows to the wind rom their efforts were rllzed In if,e tjw wlilrl-win- to u,t out llfirry Tlmwa imkLnj mi. In tlie way of a ticket, hut Lh.a'e ) of the famous Tiientoi rpfk. on Slonilay night. Ilro. Ctirity Gonl-- y It was mi and Uif Miss Bennett Entertained. qlilno ince again. One alienist s.i s Is much bltterniMM osn,liit Bryan upon s In which Is always found thfti )ery but left Tueslay to begin n .tt and will It always mv. Harry In "uioHtltuUoivU Inftvf' an I JIKs Dora llennctt, of ltoute 3, Harttlie patf. of (the Clark Iollo,wtr.s pa a Union ehurrJi, nc.ir J. P. York's oil. OU everts iviy that wheroei-- 'r juro. U.e ottwr ford, entertained a few of Ii',r fiilen'H U s.uie. And Llie.--.i h work, onl It XeeuU of the oouvMvtlon Tronton roek is found, tliero .tJko will Olaton, Koute i. Chumii Clark di ft nils tb siirom,.r you fire. H is on,il"rful liVt W0dnesJ.ii- - n'eht in honor of lu--r how mu is sure lliat the nioney,e?d lnterrstp w.'l be found oil that will tost almost .'is I'v Owrw, TJuit itRev. and Sirs. Tollmrt and ilaiiKlit. l'ftur". wbuli.m tlwye blooming aUonUti hi- o fifteenth birthday. Tliose present wem: tyot support Vv'ilson to any eten,t. if high as Uie Pennsylvania oil. got Uie lour .V'ouNarvd jilun'y Kloronce, left WodncsiUy to begin a Gertie Kqnnott, Lewthy WfirJ, tord uji under Uioir hats iuvI It ww I tlie Republicans could ia,c Bgncefl oi Tlie well now sjtoculs full of fine oil an he drojijittl In H.iiiiwin' fiLvgaainpN at Hvellgli, GrayMm Co. IUwilio DaL, iJJia Y.oung oiui Uorn also tw won.lerful to ,. wtul Ihtt tl HfJtdilejr at Gliiejigo, it ftvmild be a 101' operations suspend! Mtsr. JJrttn King, Cheny arriial of luive ba'nwh,V.li wll until t. e Ilro. Crowe nntuuieil hums MonfU Tlie I.oiulrm suffrnKiti, nho got nine Uuy net o nle thilr iiunks of wlilo'u wee. piping, be Wallace, Gclfrey aft.r a vLslt totiitJmreli and a Jioit down. Claude Mo;- In drawing the iOll out of .the wtU inmnivWuv in itrison will bavi jjenty J.PT"VJilt,tliiehi!!. an prstwhi'e ley, CJa(iice Itenfruw, Auburn the guest of frjenids. ,! , to large tanks that hao of time to tlgurt it out eyisi Jr Uijy ereqted. SIKs Annls Bennett Tevenu agent of tb Kt.it, "fi nor and Ckirtnce Wand, and Mr- - Morton .w A anl Sir. Alvln to tho A cojiservative estimate of the cipaelty Gentry, out. iyendan, Ky., has come out tu b of linrrntts hVsrry puit Sun- - don't wife little daughter, lidlth liell: pejilvmiiry at Atlanta grt out tn., of Uils well alone is said to bfi not le.vs diy in Olaton In tills Mr. Herbr-r- t nuhUean cand.lda)te lor Oonyiiw-Rattoiuhsj and Shown, wife and child, ther day uu radnil a man's gart-- l fie The Chicago day, with probalily re Ivnl. convtMlon ,furnLsliil pToI and djnjct (to oripose Congresmin Hen Edith KorJ; Mr. Herbert WeatcrfleM, Uian 4M barrels did nlMuit fifty vntn iliuium o oonclusdyely Uuit while ulvlHantion 1..1M an inprcase .to 300 barrp-Lper day. B JphtiMn, who will have no cither Sir. C. I j. Sloiy, of TrlsV.r, was a wife and duugJittrr, Mar; tviJ Mr. an I the truck arnl tle gnevit A(iii'irlcv.u my that oU is graded w to grav- pleasant vLsltar maile Sfrne hvulaiy wt wv J1(,t orj. Corvgre.ss took up tlie enMMr. "WliitthighMl is Knpwn as Mrs. JamOM Vn.n.rts. All in Olaton reoepitly. an on- and njnt ways, from living cJttltl.nd. ity, itlie flgup"s standing fro-16 to 1$. SILss a Tat follower, but ihe will probably Joyable evening. Slarle Dougan Is thy of "vt an hour wrangling nlniut wnoth- the latter number being the very iot be ale to us any of the notario'is rolatlves in r ,,,. HAen't hliouhl Ik. jiU Tinldy itsiuh not wlyiw il tls ntr.n)f,,,i oil, while tlie former figure being the .tlhioago methods ,ln his ipce." HajLforOl Sir. juid Sirs. John K. Allen wfjre In we a woihlorful I'otignn-BEAVER DAM to .e bicaust. the nrlrinry a,'Jiri vAtsnt 34,. most Inferior grade. Ttfie oil here has KordSA-iUTuesiiiy. HfloM. ing v.v.uab1 Governor M. H. Tihatcher, of r.anami, ver su"'i tlnio foollin; jinJjls,-Piled. Hut and shows iO gravity, Thero was an Jit a 'lwn.,. trillions hUKlncfn as WhtttingJilU sjiont a few hours vlsltlne friends !n been On Uie pontrary Mr. .syrice at the Uiaf lTm T'l n'lllnll Itt tnilnh (.nortlifif.om ., 4n 4hAoal.. .. for a diroct resipoase Uie jKj)le cor- ,. . .MQUKKlIst church SlUliLiy ami .llllner I.. wu a. strong advocate lof itho nomlnajtlon town Sunday. r Yellow J.tcktt, Moravian Md, N. , ,.. , . .. w.. 4 .i.MniT.vji of Col. Hooseieit. Wandr wihere fie JVl! Jlyii Miller went to Prlncalon conccrmd. fui n.ym. u.ie or kiu Congratulations fire due to the West or more Sunday to visit Ikj aunt, Mrs. Fr-- d the Uigtst crowds evtT se-ilftisiia got Its information, In Olato.i Kentucky Oil Company upon (tlifIr good xvuujnoqLly speaking hero that day. and tlu- - iliy was "mlsuifornKi(tlon". Tayl(or fortune for they merit such on aqcouiit pleasantly and profitably pvit, gvl Miss Orphn Stevens went to Ow.cnsbo.-of thtfr untiring pwsmfnuira In gjvlng dinner on tlio grounds, W,edjieslay. I.C. DISCRIMINATION. and but for this entorjiilse a thorwugh it'jt. the downpour of rain about the noon Kwitucky nowMjvinc.' were cut from Mlvers. Verdft find Clara Uoyd wnt hour the day would hao l.ticn an Adeal transportation in latum tor advertLMng. to Owenboro Thurvday. , .0 Prepares Annual Statement. one. Mr. AVfirdm Garilnei wi go to tlie iiinst of the eur, but it is known liat thlfe rwu Is HUpidylng jmhsih : In iinotii. r column in this Jfcvuo n all StAte and County offilccrs wvl will Mls Anna IUrrvis vntntalnod at inpok Tiio FORDSVILLE. apixars the annual fweip(t tlitm. ,Kor yeara itho neispfiierH Tuesday extnlns. s,tjitomc'nt of the Hank of Hartfond Pt Slbs Anges lynn is visiting InVuds of Jilie State have furnNud ils roul SIr. lien Thomas is 111 of typhuM the close of business on June CO IVtls and relatlies in lVirllngttn. valuable ip.iee ,1n iwhlch to exiplolt itsdf, fever. She Is seventy-thre- e liank has u eapllil (.tcclt of V,i, yfvws old. ' SILss Slary Thqnuui Qubeinlxfry left but 1)1 this Is forgotten. .Tjite jias'-- i Mr. Jlarshal Uannes wtwt to IxuU- - Is qonHorvatlvt-lni-- yesterday to visit In Irvlngfun. , I, anl bv .one iurnlH1! to offUclal!. froe Tlie vllle Wodncs.il,iy. lns its statement ton"l'iIvely Sir. anil Sirs. J. H. Ioyd, JUlss itu'h Mr. iJ. O. Stevejis, of Kl I'.uo, Tex., tint the tevi'.e h.'B C(.nfi Jer.. e In Ihe I.oy.d, Sllss l.sriKiy SLi.Nin newirape'n paid for th m in culvrtril't find SU-- s Gr.vo lii. The iuMllon U wluit di.'H W visiting b!s lath-- r, unejo Dlek solidity of v.i jiif'l j'lis .mi u.i r.a:i WhltUnghlll are nttemllug Kunimirl ? nij.'iiieiit. it cxip,eot from the otfWals. ThW Is oij Stevens. Normal .Suhool nt Howling Gnr'n, Ky Xor Hie piple to look Into, i Mr. 1. 1. ItarnaTd, of Ioul4vllle was Slbwes Kdlth fuwl llr'ltui Wilson and J In town tills wetk lnol;,lng after t: biloUior, SLanter Garden ane iilsltjng fdvir 0UT0N. WILL TAFT DECLINE. milium Sllssf-KaUilun and (!aint,t Jlaiy aunt, SIis. Vera Jarlie, (I Handliif- Mr. C. V. rraajr, formeily with the Young, of Kimlsv.Ule, hp, nt A nejiort Is being otncuUted to tho wiw.il liy ourg. lifting Bnk.ulwi.iy CJv)J Oo., has that utmng a iyj the guest of l!,s Slay llyns, at Wo!-Uuiiuies.sure Is Mr. and Sirs. Mnuik K. Slostjy.o' IvougJit to hear iion I'nsldent TiJt slllon with tho Taylor Cu.il Co. J and ulluuVni tliie uMeUitiillst re- Owcnslioro, will isjiend the !')urtt.li with to huducc hltn to decline jtho iwmilndf ln'i, Grnoy Shultz, of jtiw l'rpnllN vival heie. , Slis. j. s. Sluson. noljrtilorhood, was In town Wednesday In vHwe of tho Htiirm of ilbvippt-ovi- l Sllsses KaUiki and Gurnet Ynun Sirs. W'A'.shy V. Dul.e ;unl nulo daughwliuh O10 Ciilcavo tunventJon iui met. visltng Mm. T. S. Gentry. ter, Sllss Jivst., ale lit tli-- i beslsblo of aro visiting Sllss .Slay Hjvirs, of Olo,ton. The V. O. , unvc-IU,It hi thnjt he illicit iwy g,tiai.f-fulUie iumiij. Sirs. Uuke's tnot.l.ir, Sir. and Sins. C. P. Cudm opi piaic- Sir. Uowejl, fit Kick out by s.iyln iUmt tliulegrUi'y ment at Sunny Sldo omih tery Sunihu. Clifton Slllls, Ky, Ing a two wwks iilnlt to tliiflr ? h'n. 0 the louvuitliii) liad been iuehtlimul Tlio tr,iecM was futtrndwl .by a veiy Sir. C. II. Caiilen nnjd .Sir. 1llU C;uvl .1. Sir. Klwiurd C. Tyler, .the iuir trait x roud. . and U.itt he would not av:Hj(t u Ui'ntiil of Sit. Waslilnstou, Ky., w'm fji bu-Clorwiie Keown As on (tbo si 1: 49 & ;tUl. Notliing he ivould do .would June dellvelJng plcitilUiS fit Willie llun and list this week. m niiKi I'ffiftt to tsho lilm a tviDvir't-nbl- c Entertained. Spilng l.lek, wiifS dowji Huuitiy o Sirs. "Slug" Smith, who Jiffs' li'.,i 4) jlw?o in hltsoiy us mi lif.iwt Uie sils-I.imbtirt eiittiljilned iultn .the fit the SItUo- - a"lto III lor Mnvnul wwiJvs.U 4? IVeMilent, If he iuyU. juitlilnij liut a number of their friends at ithclr dlst ohurnh. JIUs Aimlo in vlslung In tin 47 iUrntoefiil Uefi.U awaits him. Itopuh' Iiome n tir Frledland, in iiimor of Lheir SI'ssts Miu.ileK and Slrtle Cahun ' & t couiitiy mur heif. 49 llcins in eiery Htntu fioni whkih he frlnnl, Sllss i.u!,i ll.uilln, of ivi'nt here from Sulphur Sj.iiiu, to sj'Jnd ill" Sllss Ahhlo llijird 1111 Jlltli daugthtet, 6-B- IG miw. get his olititiuLil Vfte uie 'n l'letiimt, wiio 1ms Irhh lsltlng tlinm SaliKitli, Pauline, fire ilsllliig fihpids ajirl ioi.i-ti- n .ojttn r$iolt tigulnst jtlm .uvl no on, mr uie past wuik. Those jirMUit (eie 49 Sllss Simula SUy Sillier near here. Miiier.il now denies tlio open nt dA:nuA" Slbws I.n'a lUrdln, Sloim suiy, Om lays at ILortnn. , Sir. and Sirs. .Moirjls W.ilwui, of J,om. 4? 49 )iwxvary to ghw Jtm ,tlitiioniii)u.tiliHi. Korry, Slury, Idi and Slyillo I.uiiImc SIUs lilllun wns lure from lVixl-vlll- o Ullle, airivifl Tuttstlfiy iifUmnooii to 49 liluiswlf rWnt SlLHsns. Wall Sir. Tuft Htjtfilwm WUioughby, Sllnl;. and s;(jnt Mivjiul .Jays with spuul the 1'ouiiUi will) Uiuli h,n, Hr 49 wilth ,th& Kcipubllcans of Hie Unltftl Klyllo and Slont 1'evry, LXuo and Clautl ViMIniii. Anl fliuiids and HrUtlviWf 49 SlutttM, or uill It be ne?n:-srlo l.imhMt, MHl Wllllfim Coy. Tho, pru. Sir. W11U P. iXivIdseij), of S!.j;lv, Mls Iwnay SlMoii ntvmtwl tle jv 49 - a now imrty and leave tlie fnt rjKiij a iirfunlaesptnt .Sumhjy the su'nt ui hU, frloiiili E. A. In LipuUvllJo m w,.el lUW'" Uintf. EDITORS of wJiolcalo s , C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER 4 To Breeders and Shippers of Sheep! ni 4 4 4 ' Pi-- Jllvr nr L. D. BENNETT, Inspector, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. 3 it, K.ree-iTra- fe44444444444444444ftftftftftftftftft4 1 X X X X X X X X I pom-Uipj- ani1 - - kii bislii' f,o-ir- , 11 , HiHI-mon- 1 thj !" , -1 !', gr-at- er w.-u- -- gt -t Hnni-'-cmt- s me-itln- tn sis 11 - SU-k- -8 al I se I 'T. Tiche-hpeola- st.-ij- bn -- . -- lie-.Ki- s pr I nr.po-4ltlo- n. ' I lst rnt e x .....,. y ( o' ( w-- 54SaftS4S4MJajS,5 .. MtHUHANIS' IVlncc-S.Uunla- y. , , r-- Street Fair! 4 ,iroi s et J d, j ar"l ly d HARTFORD, - KY. ONE: WEEK Commencing July 8th l.Li-- -e n' 11 nt-te- Sli-s- TfieSouthernFairShowsAttractions s nil-da- y Impi-ouliu- tirfr ATTRACTIONS &' tilt yt pl-i,- lllx One Week of Fun! WtF5WWFWWWWWWWwwwvg; wiijrw BWBH5drv ' -- ' u tr MARVELOUS GROWTH OFJHt SbUTH Population Increased Over 77 per Cent. Agricultural and Manufacturing Interests Exceed Those of Thirty Years Ago. Ja1p A'altrtlcn of growth in the south Ik)w Unit tho Improvement going ''i In that iwrt of the evlintry fop numy yam Mill 'ontlmie. This giowgji N uot only aurUulUire, but to ft .'nr Urgcr extent innmifiu luring. Thirty year ito agriculture Jn the huMi pruilucd by quite latuwi.mi nnmtCJy. Tlio eJmngo which mm t In liivl tKcn so Ifrcat Jn 1'jOO Unit then eondktlom .were mono Uian ravemcd tibU If., the nuuiiu fnctuno, Including tho products of inuvn, tln-ecedod tlic agricultural products by 130,liu(i,(O. Jtoocntly were printed In The Ueeord tlio hitewt rtn.Uiti Pertaining to routlnm growth. DcoJ. Iiiir with bunk deposit, tlic was made that In Wu the total in all the national Uuika In tliu wutli only t;3.12l,SJ. xiiv lotiil for V'n en. tiro United SUU.ts hoing tlen )77JT7,-C7, thlrty-twyears Jitter, the UirJtj, In th nntJoua' banks of the nemlh alone amount to 9J7,123,;iO, or x3.W0,ftiu mom than l ho Jn the national Uinka of tlie wlmlo country tliinty-tw- o yiurs ago. Tlio other ImiiLs of .the Houth tdiow it similar plienomeii.U KrJwth. In the tat uvin",s, and prl. Ik KuiKn, livun ami trust ouiKinle, In 10, the were only 1117,13,491. wih"reiui now tlioy nggroiratq fl.'JM.OI.I,. Vl5. Other BtiitlHtlcn complied for the mime imlOU.iUlt.ii, jib HumniarJed Jn the New York i: veiling l'os-t- , ounuiln tlio following Itevn: "Since ivy) the pnimlntlon of the south has 77.5 jwr cent, but 1x the iw time It individual deiKMlts jn Uink have lm'r-i.'-i.aw p,.r nt nnd In otlur financial !( j.ir cent. Jn the hum Iwrtul it him Hx 'U4tm in. v.ste-In iniuiufiii Hiring jc,r rent, lt cnpliiU In cotton inllU 3..1H1 cn.it, Its capltiU in cottonsx-i- ! .'.l nilllH 2,M cent, nn?l ll ejiii'iiiUUiics for public odiimtlon TiT. jur "In UM) the enulh vvcnlel i If common jvliooln 1:m;i,u., ljut ir It oxpetnbul for the mic juirixso ITs.tOl.in. 'J'hl very srmt liur(us.- - in ivmmon. nolunj cxemUturc. ha? not lKn lue to njiy fipaxtiiotUc growth of the bixt fw yun, but to a teiuly, Krabi.ii (iiinH'n of h'.Ih-- .I ovx.ii(UttiriK from Ui'j very lUy ,whfn the uUi omvrciil from the povrty ami dcsirurtlon of thf wir. it is aji Internstiiijf f.Ktt Unit the noiitli in now c.j"n,llnk' ultixn-rviotly tlw M.mc amount of iinnu "non common Hchool aiioatUm ax the nilre urn n try ex.rKniUl In Uyi. "The jirHltuUoji of al In the houiIi U-ax wu 15.U0.uo Umik, o.s oommre with a total for the (i:niW 6itea In Itft) of 71.si,0ii0 torn-- . The nouUi pro. iluctlon of jxitrolwni laM wa s"i,. trJO.ODO us coni)vircl with .6,(M,. COO liamJH for the UnlUrl .Stmttjs in lsw. "In" 10 t)yre were in Uj UulteJ splnilU-0,Ci3,M4 KtuUvi J'UVJivk In ootUm inlllu, ino-s- t of tlvise ln.ln in tho rtli. At tlio prf?iit time Hie jrnu'h lum ll,330,(i0 cotton plmVe." n Mann-fuotur.-- rs ajtate-mii- u To-lay- o V w :) jr jir c-- t jtir 4 ? CASTOR I A CUUra. In Zafkats and Tfts KM YnHiyi Always Bears the Signature of w$; kl Let Kids Ask Questions. There Is a food deal of truth in thv old quotation, "Let mo train a child till it la S years old, .ind J nviro not who tins its training afterward," niAst of the hublU) that uro to rule Its life belnj; formed by that time. Clil'drt'n liowlng a purd;ular bent In any direction fhauld bo encouraged whethur It ,bo skating, reading, drawing or something ele. U tlio clilld )uas u propensity for nuking questions, It uliould also be eju'uuragc.d iliy answering its questions as well as clncunuftunces ileadenjng will allow. It is a faculty method to tell u child that it asks too many questions. Grown-upInstead of trying to keep children quiet, should loom to sleep by the old of the nolsu unJ not insplte of )X, and they should u'waya vwte for aahool committee mombera jwlio advacuto xthe smallest possible clasae In school. Children should newer bo 'frightened Into bcinjr sood by teling thezn they wll1 bo turned over to the merclea of a buar.a bogy man or the doctor. The praidce somotlmos destroy a child' beUtf In or tjtvtpect Xor parent or guundlan. ChlMren's lies should not toe regarde-too seriously, a they often WuK merely (ran at vivid WnacDatlon, Severe pm- s, covering. was n Ulimont ihouM rvlilnm bo Rlvfn Tor flbr?, This did y not prevent eviU'hrrs from balm? irtlirrwlw but ratlur gent'e ttilmonJUon, knerkid out by sharp foul tips tlio chllil will aim not to' bc1 found out In tlio bre-.fn Its lyhiff ratlur than to aoll basket, m the pneumatic It ( If. AIkivc all, In make truthful i MiclKst iprotoetor dewim hailed "with ll re n parent light and is now indlsp'-nrnbchouM net n pxxl nxamplo tlKmntlvi . Hoger llnfti.iliini was the first major Kvcm the ntillnK of money U not a Used Gloves league eitnlier to wear shin guards holnoiw of fcnw, nml enn umixlly bo curol such ns rrlekevters life. JIo was by Kcntle itiiuoiiJitriiiice nml urnuni'viit. at first, but when n epeiolnl mako IVrnviInx for polltcncHs dhmilil bo avol ! wosj put tin the mtrket llnser was vinr. l'ailltcntw ulionld iL'Avajfl bo biinl on dicated. worn, The guards neiiw by If Is Ih many backstops tn Insincerity It havo n Joint lit the Fractured Noses and Broken Fin- knees so that they do not Impede of no aliie. A to rhllilmi being and not catchers in tlie.Ii hurry after foul files. gers Were Everyday hnard," they MinuM be lusird as nuich tit quickly anil Tho guards oro adjusted Pinb1e, ? on "rare ucnnaloiui of Krcnt prevent Injuries. Now nuiny serious Incidents. serUU9ner, and tlie gencrn.1 convcrmitUn York Sun. when children are prcaont rhould tte on subject lntercMlng to children. Ur. C "Con you Imagine a modern pb&sob-iWhat Will the Poor Girls Do? I. litnoni, In the Journal of Kducutlon tetim plnylnc the game bnriliandod?'' A iTexns 'dltor bemoans thus; 'Wli-v- t aked n ttray lialred fan while discus). A Wild Midnight Ride. Ing diamond doing of Jong ugo. "There will the poor girls do? feleniUsts liav discovered that elandns makeis tho foit To warn jooplo of u Xearfu forest flri would be jilcnty of liuxlncp Xor tho large, ice cruam produces freckles, In tho C'atnklUs a )oung glTl rnxle luinte-lnvc- k po many errors in the hanging on the tront gate causes midnight ami wiv-- imany llVo bone Botter and at fit Id that tho rport would duvclop Into tight lacing Invites appendicitis, Her Wil was Klorloun but llvn'ji uro n a burlesque. Y.t 1 can remnnilwr tliu toe much pressure around tho ytafM. y Kivfl by Dr. King New Ilsco.v-days whin IwU Jilayers ntvw ,woro pnodupeo heart diseases, an kisses aro In curing ping trouble, cousin and gloves a'nd when catchers had neither full of microbes. TW Is Indeed a sad ailglit have (JKll In loh. cotth, whloh masks nor mlts. It required preit situation for any part of humanity to uni)ktli or iniiuiiKmln. "Jt cured tne courage to face n awlft pitcher nnd lots bo In, and wo deeply pympafhlzo with of n dreadful eolith anid Jung lseiiH" of ntrve to get in front of u hot tlie young ladles In tholr affliction, but write? U. l'a.leriion, T6N. Kroundir," wo do not bllcvc that whatever tlie "nflr four in mir family Iiod (tlilod with Many of our ,who playol consequents, the girls will abolish thj citizen conntunptlon, and 1 nitfiwl S7 Kiiiili " thirty-fiv- e years pleasures of dancing, neither will they NotlJng i mire and rate for n.U Oiroit biseliiill more than mid lung trouble. lrlc rfc nrnd )l Ul ago will tell ou tliat brokn fingers, forbid themselves to oat 4ce cream because It will pause freckles. Trlol ),(,uie fruu. utxinvnUqJ py u'l bono bruires, rHt palms nnd torn Freckle? nails were everyday accidents and aro becoming anyway. And anybody Dniggjistn. Hiat a jiJuyer who liowc-the white iwjth freckles had Just os (well havo big was tabooed. feathtr Tight lacing may !n,vVte What Protection Means. Before Blovea feet os not. ljH)UUly lOiouUl modexn time, In nur and masks were Invented catchers ho1 appendicitis, but In tlie The old timers who such an insignificant tiling as an apf.ictorlvB and f,imura be lnterontid In tho endlfw troubles. nkLtnU'jintvee if Ttirlf f wliwlulcvi nt a gnlnt dared to stand close Issilrkl the batir. pendix can be removed In a short time, whcie our own well jkiII workman nro m"n had teeth knocked out and nos:s and cause no further thought. There not brought Int4j competition with tho fractured by the foul tips that could is no need nt all of hanging on ithe, ifront. not be uvolded. Soon came a liablt of gate and the girls know It. fThere Is a choip lulior of liUIOlH!., When our nmiiiiftictorloH nre opi'raie, I putting a jiko of solid rubber In the place on which you pan sit down Und ho mouth made In .such a manner that It awful cnmfortabV, and be protected St fuill I'lijubclty, uiul their ciniplou'efi l weekly conipruiyn, tho far oocrid the lljw and provldd prot'sc. from the ghosts tliat travel around in tlon for tlie tooth. It proved do off I. the night, llut these last two are the mer l jiroirtlonately girofl'roua. xUI the clent tliat loading outchers nasler to dispone of than any of the lie, la proHjHTous iImimiwo others. Just find some good looking nre urnlnn wnws that cjinblc Uicpn to ndojited It. llut ev.n then It iwa,s to iKitch close up until young man, give him your heart, and live wtl, nnrl they uro Haying lMitrf'in Tng, the frirmer Harvard phiyor, you cannot have heart pvoubfle; than of ithc man who tlllt tlvo isotl. tbc mask, a cumberomie affair when you have no heart, how can miy tipples are nearly iuh high In Kiiss them, all yo'i price oh lmtatocx, wo ruimptiher with broad strips of flattened iron tliat crobes hurt you. please. It cant hurt you then. It takes when Clevekmd 'ai in UM-6- . ramrod the fice, but also lurtlally the backHtoji'a vision. more Mum a Teas editor anyway, to a dtfut(jl fnniitu- - rmy .tlyl n of uiipU'.s In front Then came tho u.tcher' gloves, ono get ahead of a bunch of American girls. n .t if u Trenton for au.'h liund. Thee glqi-ciand to'd him tlwy rwiro u gift, were of Dypontery ,ls alwjivs eriou.ss and often llglU J.ld with no fingers and llttlo ho was iimiitile to sell thoni. dangerous disease, but it tan be cuied, juuldlng. Catchers The rnuui for thbi ,wi(s ,tlyit itlis huradleJ vlio Colic, Qliolera and Iji. swift deliveries, therefore, noon found Uiansber'-ilnof Trenton were ldl(vuvl Jio nrnliioea IUunedy luis curd it lOven iwhcn fortunate rnoiiKh to gut oni!,ojim"nt that the gloes did not .nnie up to tlie . malignant olid For ae by AH M, u Was u were oltllgol to work Xor nmull wagefl, requirements, common Doalors. bm'.uise the Aniurlcan imarkot iwu hulk- thing to see backstoiut Muffing ;rass ing with the product of rlutip Jurviuiit Into the gloves to protit the of Sheriff's Sale. the luimls. l.ibor. TrtMiton Gir..-tte- , illny IX By Virtue of Kxecutlon No. W Book One of the flr.st league Afraid of a Buggy Top. iiUcJk th to use a left hand gtovo with 12, directed to me, whkh Issued from Col. Cano Johnson, of Mt. hterllnt'. fingers wps Meyex.s of lndl:uiaiolii, tlie Clerk's Office of the Ohio Circuit whivo reputation, an a tulent and more than twenty-flvAnderson ago. Court, in favor of S. A. yenirs exponent of wdettlflc prlnolples of Somebody maele u glove for 1dm that against V. L. Anderson and Mary A. loolyt horxo bretilljig, Is country-wide- , caused " gneral laugh. The fingers Andejison Ills wife, I, or one of jny depfurther Into IIiIm tiubjtut often than were mj long and the surface of tlie uties, will, on iUmduy tho 1st day of the Rcicntjsts tJicjius'lvvn. A larty de- - Blove was ko bread that Meycre found July. 2912, between the hours of 1 o'clock l a young Ally once. In IdsrcpeJiro It difficult at first to hold a pitch d p. in., and 4 o'clock p. m., at the Court as bred in fluch a way. Atter a pwmcn'.'i liaiL He was cutuhlng the great Hen- House door In Hartford Ohio County, Uiuuglit Oel. JuWason eatd, "She will ry Iloyle In tlioso days, nnd Bojlo hal Kentucky expose to Public Sale, to the glow up to be afr.ild of a bUgv blinding ejiced. Mqyurs luid broken hlgttast bidder, tlio following property top or a raised tuiibrcta.,,,TliU prov-e- I all of hU fingers, also both tliumls,ln (or no much thereof as nnay be nocessar to b the vase to such an extent as lkindlmg lloj Ie with the flngorlosa to satisfy Plaintiff's debt, interest and to unfit? her for roal purposes, it wn Blqves, so tliat he tried the costs), slmp'y a KuowloUje of (tliU cjianacter. nijv one, Beginning at a atone at the east side and after much perseverance lstlc eUtlngllu tlio lHt, Lnd and ?rd he provexl ithat it .had merit. After of the Hartford & Hockport ItoaU, being dams tluit ocuxsloued Uiu preliotlon. tliat all the catchers adopted n finger D. C. Maddox's S, W. Corner, also( Col. Joltn.son H'Aiu-- s ito luive made a glove for the left hand. The glaive was thence with the mcanderlnss of the stivly not only of iivdlgrn' birt f bid Improved lipon when the manufactursaid toad as follows: S. 1 W. S.M Chains; as wvll lis Kooil trults. In tirtfrlin,? er init Holld leather tips on tlio vnds of thence 8. 2 W. t.57 Chain?; thence 7 Inie, he H.s, we may .unwittingly the fingers to protect the nails. W. 6.D0 Chains; thence S. 12 W. troduce nnot!ier-l- n fact, he thinks lluf-'Kwlng, Silver Kllnt nn,d Cliar-le- y 3S Chains to a stone in C. 1 Mobclcy's often breoil m thurf neutralize their efHennett, greatest (Pet Itender); thence S. 40 E. 21.11 Chains tliree of tho forts at Improvement. Tlve vuontlon tho eaune ever produced, with said Maseley line to a hickory, the rtuncis up; "How uro wo to avoid 't. were among the first to adapt tho mitt, same being tho AV. T. Aahby corner If It n.,.rialj-'ooui- i in three (il.nus, (when whleJi wojb a comparatlveJy light af- also; thenco N. 20 E. 22.72 chains to a the ilum aounts, us lie eLilnis, Rev,enty fair, liut made It Impossible to injure stono at D. C. Maddox S. K. Corner, per cent.' In Influencing the qliamatcr the fingers of the left liand.. As thq thence S. 88 2 W 22.01 chains .with of tlw foal;'' lVrlny it,huo Ik no w.iy m:inufouturcis gradually Increostd the said Maddox Una to tlio beginning to ejlnilikito n f.iuit flnmly XKcd size and wulght i 4S.31 acres, conveytsl to Mary A. of tlio lOaUjluj-'niltt siliort of taking tho iKunout of bro-jthe munla for gtoveis biicame general, Anderson and V. L. Anderson (her husmarns. Hut audi a aicrlflco tut The in und out fielders adqptcd hoiu, band) by J. K. Maddox, recorded In tho breeders will make, ani so defocta are some using the mitt until tho babeii.C! Ohio County Clerk's office, deed book N hnnded down tlio one dtwl Inlng only ru'e markers were foived to legll.ito II, page 370. Also another tract of land one, and not, by uny means, thegr,uut-ejt- t, , against the practice. lying In Ohio County, Kentucky und TIro nio UMiulmyis, and, thick whvl. When the rule etlpulating t,he slzo of bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone tyilLntM, bona bju.vJji, etc.,1 to bo reckvi-iv- l the glove to be worn was passed tlio In tlie Hartford & ltockport road, being with. U pojMlhk) itlto ihlliw ho0d catoher mas allowed to wear the same corner to J. B. and Verda Maddovland, bo freo oua oriwo generations Jnoi heavy Jnltt, .while a lighter (mo was running south 1 degree, AV. C.SI chains from all Oiono and owier lioredltsn.v assigned to tlio first liascman. Hut to a atone In fald public road being J. dUonsos, or undeslniUlo hivblts. , C. Duvall's corner; thence M. NS degrees you ulwiro up cv'y eqiibto all the other fielders were ciQinpellcd Jluit If to use a finger glove weighing not V 21.71 chains to u stone in Harve Brown fault of fnullty to tlie brood mare and more than lialf a elozen ounces Iiofore line, being J. C. Duvall's corner; thence discard Jier thero would not bo ejough the In and out tleldera began to jwo&r til 8 degrees W. 5.9S chains to a stone of thorn Infl to supply Ue wuirta of glove, liAwaver, many ntars mado re. In Haney Brown's line, being J. K. and tlio ooun.try. Knrmejfi Homo Juurnajj markablo records. C, Anson Verda Maddox corner; thence H. &.3 K. & Adram for 64 chains to the beginning, containing Emerson on MCompensatioi." played first base fo,r Chlcagos many years baretianded. Tlio old man 15 acres more or leas. Conveyed to Alary All things are double, one against an. -for auch nwlfit tlimw-la- g Anderson, by J. B. Maddox, deed other lit for tut; an eyo for an eye; was a mark day of and recorded in deed intleldern as Ed WUIlamaon and tooth for a tooth; blood far ii load; jinvw-ur- e vain to book No. 34 page 3G8 and 370 In the office for measure; love for love. Give Fred l'feffer, who tried In of tlie clerk of Ohio County Oqurt; all 11 any tlnvs Aiso-- i you. Ho that mako him iwlnce. and It shall ibe given went homo from tho ball field with of which remains In my hand unsold ;and watcrn'th shall tie watered himself. bone all of which Is held subjeut to a mortgag Wlmt will you have? quoth God; pay swollen fingers and very painful bruises, but never used a niltt ur a held by Heavrin & Woodwuid In - tlie for It and take It. Nothing ventur) sum of $60.00. glove until near the end of Ills nothing have. Thou shalt be paid excareer. Levied upon as the property of V. L. actly tor ,wluU thou has done, no more, his With the popularity no leas. Who doth not work shall not of the glove Anderson and Mary A. Anderson, eat. Harm watch, harm catch. Curros came an Improved style of mask, rriio wife, always recoll'upan tlio head oX him who wires were made smaller und stronger, T El IMS: Sale will be made on a credit Imprecates thorn. If you put a chain J with the padding firmer. IaUx on the of 3 months, bond with approved socurlt around the, nock or a slave, the other mask had a visor of leather la kop required, bearing Interest at ithe rate of end tautens itself around your own. the sun out of the catcher's eyes, to- 6 per cent, per annum from day ot sale, gether .with a sjteel protection (or tho and having; the force and effect of a For Sale, The chest protestor sale boad. neck and throat. Corn, Hay ond one horaa (or sale. Call came Into use In the eighties, but at Witness ny hand, this 13th day of on R..B! MARTIN, first it m not Inflated, it .was a Oat June, Ittt A T. H. BLACK. 8. 0. C tut bamboo OjMBe nytf waVqh mi affair wlU . Hartferd, Ky. EARLY DAYS lnr ul OF BASI BAIL to Play Without and Masks. rldl-ciie- nl KtHKl-wll- "cn Nervous P Some of the time really ill P Catch cold easily nnd frequently suffer from biliousness or headache P The reason is that your system does not rid itsetf of the poisons in the Mood; just n impossible ns it is Tor the grate of a to veto rid itself of clinkers. The waste docs to us exactly what the clinkers do to the stove; make the fires hum low until enough clinkers have accumulated end then prevent its burning at all. Your liver is sluggish you are dull and heavy sleep does not Doctor Pierce's In this condition illness develops. rest, nor is food appetizing. Golden Medical Discovery eradicates the poisons from the body a glyceric alterative extract made from hloodroot, golden seal and mandrake root, stone and No matter how strong the constitution queen's root( without the use of alcohol. the stomach is opt to be "out ot Kilter" at limes; in consequence the blood is disordered, for the stomach is the laboratory tor the constant manufacture of blood. Mas. Benj. Blakf, of Port Dover, Ont. Pot 3C, writes: " I hara been a gnat sufferer for yrnrs from thront trouble, catarrh. Indigestion, I Are You Blue and Worried? 7Jrj j .l female troubles, bloattnir, constipation nnd nervousness at time would be in bed, then able to be up again. Was under many different doctors care, and would get better for a llttlo while, then I would go down with chronic Inflammation all through me. For nineteen years I had tfcls poison in my blood. After trying' nearly everything I got worse. I rea In The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser of Dr. Pierce s Golden. Medical Discovery and Dr. Sam Catarrh Remedy. I have taken tho Golden Medical Discovery' and 'Pleasant Pcllete,' and have uied ftro bottles of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy. 1 am now able to do my worlc and walk with pleasure I feel like a new woman. 1 enjoy everything; around me and thank God for letting me live long (.Dough to find soma thing that mode mo well again." Girl's Has. Blaxb. Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver sad bowels. rhett-mitls- of-te- JAMES & CO., First Class Liveryman Centertown, t - Kentucky. fln-B- Prompt Attention and Good Service. 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Commercial tliuics time- wricks, thlid AlcjnUy In .April, two weeks, Uilrd JMxnnlny in October and OnlmJual iTandoa a. Sjwcjolty. iwo weeJis. County Court. R. II. Wrddlnr, Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Jlurtfurd. Court convenes flut Monday In each month. Quarterly Uuanerly Court Deglns on v. the fourth Monday in Kcbruarv. Law August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first TuesHARTFORD, KY. day In January and first Tuesday In October. Mttn. W. II. UiirrjB ruid C. B. Other Countv Offlnrr C. R VlnHv. Surveyor, Fordsville, Ky., U. K. U. SnilUj tttuitninoo Uwit UitO' luivo orm-- a No. 2; UernarU Felix ,Aicssor, HartJarUiiirrfi(!ji tor tlie etniuml jwac-Uford. Ky.. 11. F. n. Mn 2! II. nrv t ,..), i)r. A. U. ouiirrinienueni, iiariioru; ol kiw, cscttpt cnbulunl awl dkwr lUley, Coroner, Hartford. Attur-&- & con-en- PROP A FORGERY. Interpolated Parts Exposed In Revised Version Bible. Pastor , J IN POULTRY RAISING Cleaned Total Output of Fowls, Eggs and e.vcry audience Jhc.r Is n Itrtvll-tlttint the plrl In the i&mc Is sev-eyear older than she looks to lc. Sunday j The lVig II preacher took his text on the fast lHIry; of the present generation, but Vn.ni jslmi on isocount of his mlsod the rcrmon to tot there In mule being too blow , time. Poke Enzley if r,pcnriinc the week watching the at the postofflce, iiulld thrJr nests on the rafter. This J the on'y Job of work without sufrgvsU Poke ever .watched ( Ing a better miy to do it. has wrltton Miss Hostctter Hocks deto the "Advice to the Lovelorn" portment of u city paper asking for a roeclpt for the cure of the luin grins, Elllek HeJlwanger says ntelng Brcn gooawbeiTlffl is the boat euro he knows of. Miss Klutle Belcher will wear her now dress to Tlckvllle In a few da-and will walk past the sliow ,wlndvv there to see If everjthlng Is hanging all right behind. Tobe Moseley read an entire patent day before he medicine ad the other realized what an awful risk he whs running. Hogwallow Kentucklan. i Pressed Circuit Cort T. P. nirkhtad, Judgf; Ben D. Illnso, Attorney; W. I. Mldklff, Jailer; K. G. Hurra, Clerk; F. h. Fe lix, Mailer Cotnmlsloner; It. T. Collins, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law In w Feathers in 1910 Was $49,966,257. f Jeffer.on City, Mo., June 52. According to the li'll lied Hook, Just issued by I 111 lat " In Rsmarksble Die-- , court, Points Out That Aftsr All, tha Spurious Worda Really Maks Nenaanaa Diraeta Attention to tha Russell, ' 8cripturaa. Syracuse, N. 1., ra BBBBBBBj.'. wBBBB BBBBBBBTtBBH 30. In one of Pastor Russell's discourses bcrc today be spoke from this text: "To us there is but one God, the Father, of whom arc all things, and we In Him; and one Lord Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we by cen-furi- June Commissioner Austin W. lWitge of the State JJureau of Uabor Statistics, Mis souri Icids every Ktate In 1910 In tho value of the poultry output and easily maintained her pound position as J'oul. try Queen of the Union.", The live and .dressed jMultry,rRgs nnd feathers which .were sent to market In 1910 were worth $30,760,257, while the estimated a'ue of these commodities locally .was which were 1 2U0,W, or a total valuation for the Htsite $5.-- Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. Barnes & Smith Attorneys at M-- ce Glilk, JUSTICES' COU11TS. BLBO., HARTFORD, KY. 3rd B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after Crd Monduy In March, Tueoday lifter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesdsv after Monday mm Of 49,966,257. """"dictions. Pastor Russell declared that for Christians have been overlooking the real doctrine of the Trinity, Bet forth In the Bible, and hare been their minds in an endeavor to believe) and understand the mysterious theory of the creeds on the subject, which so persistently Ignores the laws of mathematics, by declaring that tferee ones are one; or at times varying tbe declaration and asserting that one to three. Any one questioning this fabulous statement, even to the extent of asking as explanation, was branded a heretic aad assured that the matter is a mystery .which cannot be understood, but that If denied tbe penalty would be eternal torture; and in numerous instances zealous persons had anticipated the torture by burning the Inquirer at the stake, as, for Instance, was done by our good brother John Calvin to Servetus. Doctrine of Trinity Traced. There is no unreasonable mystery connected with the doctrine of the Trinity as presented in the Bible, said Pastor Russell. On the contrary, it Is very simple, very reasonable, and very honoring to God the Father, Jesus the Son, and to the Holy Spirit The Pastor traced the doctrine of the Trinity, as presented in tbe creeds, to Its source. It was not the teaching!) of Jesus and the Inspired Apostles, and surely not the belief of tbe Israelites, and those who for more than four thousand years had been God's people before Jesus' day. After the death of the Apostles, the Bishops erroneously claimed to be their successors vested with Apostolic authority, and these formulated tbe creeds with their va- rious Inconsistencies and Bible contra- - HJm."- -I Corinthians Till, 6. The New Pension Law Under the rwpv pension law all sions are to commence from the of filling applications, and rank is not to be considered. No pension attor. ney is to receive any compensation under the act and the act Is to apply to survivors of the late civil war, with Mexico. The following table shows the the amount provided fer wder present law. Liens h of New Age. Service rate (2 SO days I13.W 62 C months 13 50 pen-dato 62 1 02 C2 1 year years years years and ov.r 2 14.'J0 14.50 2 130 62 2 62 3 60 HI ' I 15. SO 161 15.(i 13..iJ 16 0 i f6 6 66 66 60 66 70 70 1 1 days months year 66 2 years years 2 years 3 years and over 90 days C 16 5C 17.0J is.1j 19.VJ 180) 19.0) mon t lis To got a proper conepjrtlon of the actual poultry .production of the state it must be taken Into account that before any shipments were made Ihe many large cities of Missouri were first up piled, so that the estimate alue of thce products consumed locally, which Is placed at $19,200,000 Is wry consrvutlvu and the actual production would, without doubt, evceed $50,000,000. Taking only the actual shipment figures there were 71.6S6.527 pounds of live poultry shipped, valued at $7,l(Vi.0'; 3S,50S,770 pounds of dressed poultry, ,S1S,596: worth 101,117,505 dozen valued at 118,260,551, l,2w!,lll and pounds of feathers worth 15,18,158. E.o!udlne hundreds of thousands of dozen eegs jirodueod In the state and consumed at home, the Missouri hn laid enough esgs which were shipped to market, to give every man, woman and child In the United States noanly fourteen eggs. With thirty dozen ckbs to la case find 400 cases to a iqar It would l toke largo height cars to Jiave hauled ,tln-segs to market, These vafs, If imade Into a single train, would extend a distance of nearly slty-fl- c miles. Another b.tsLs of comparison shw- that the value of tire anniltry .prwdu.-tof Missouri for 1910 exceeds the iconi- binod worth of the wheat icrujts of low.i. Texas, Now Yoik, Michigan, MaryUnd, California and Colorado for the same year. Another conxparlson shows the Ml- - ' sourl poult! y to be worth considerably more than the combined cotton crop of Imtislan;i, Tennessee, K'orlda and Virgi- GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE Cromwell, Wednedny after In March, Wednetday Jrl Srd Monday In Junr, Wednesday after after 3rd Monday In September. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. . John H. Mtlra. Itocfcport. Friday aftpr Wd Monday in March. Friday after l.MondayJn June' yriity fter 3rd In September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. ffK,?n' Centertown, Saturday Monday In March. Saturday f . ler Zrtl Slondav In .tun. U........1-- .. ?,i.K ,s-'- . Monday In September, Mwjiunjr in Acceiiiuer. Tuesday aftT acct cvaus, Mr. Bmith bolng Coutirtor is UPHwanlod (rout pracblclnij; nuch Mr, Ilturns Willi irullvlduully ocotjvb. HoTutortl O.Mob inidi iractIoa, Kpublionsi rbuUOiue, Ky. In Jfctrt-tord, .Vj Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KT. Will practice hi profession In all MM YANCYL.MOSLEY, Proprietors Court of Ohio and adjoining countlna, -- . tlanfrnx T.,. XuX"' n?7?l. VS'l and In the Court of Appeala. Also No2nd Monday in itoy, "'Tue'.diT'afler 3rd tary Public. Office ovar Fisat National SI. C. Cook, 2nd Monday i Bank. ev. ' B LACKSNITHING 1 Sil5!!!y ?"?r in-tad Monday W ber. ' Wednesday after Monday la Slay August! AND REPAIR ... Grant Pnllnnl Vnr.u, iiu . :' ufVeV Y,onVJWORK 521 x?1S!5d"Jr. to . Tl.ur.Jay S? af tr S ovem- - J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD Ohio County , Y. All Matters Given Prompt Atten tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. " ins ia iH I i Horseshoeing a Specialty. wunii .i dlyia,NovSn,bViUy uiyndlnyiuru.atr,.rl,d,y " "" Ind 11. -- Won- - Sl-'e MS idyi Martin & McKennev " HAItTFOUD POUCE COUnT. rfll Judge; John Wilson. Mayor; 11- OTTOC. MAUTIX S. P MtKKN.NBT fiI'- TJHwnas. Treas. of Oouiicll-Iu.Urt T WHIIamt. i- r Hartford, - Ky. ave Money and. Keep ia Style by Reading McCall'a Magaake and Using McCall Pattern KcCU". M.t.il. twill MAGAZINE P. Moore, Kred Cooler. W JTiJV .. mn ocnooi TrukiKn-- iv v.nair- l 3 : ; r-u tecreJnry. v. - K' F". "' and II ItELlGlOUS SEBOTPPu Church South-Servimonrlnc fve2S eVcrl Sunday third davmn eia.ch mo,"h- - "nt an'1 School : day even nrgyei'lcv";Tt"' V."" oe?' E- - .H' '' ".u, ;;.. Hartford, Ky. ces General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK si Ladies! '' p and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. MSCAILS 70 1 70 1 70 2 70 2 70 year 2 years years 2 , 20.) 21.V' 23.0) 21.00 25 0.1 nia-Most Tbe Trinity of the creeds was introduced to offset tbe agnostic influences of the Greeks, who became interested In Christianity as a philosophy, but who denied its teachings respecting the prehuman existence of Jesus, the necessity for His death as a mcsj and the doctrine of the resurrec- lri nronortlon as the Grecians denied many Chrlstiatis'would combaFtbclr theory, and they advanced claim nfter claim until they Tteched tbe climax represented in our creeds of declaring .that Jesus was His own 'Father and JIto own Son at tbe same time, that one God, equal In power and glory, prayed to tbe other part of Himself with strong crylngs and tears to be delivered from tbe power of tbe tomb, was beard and was raised from tbe dead by tbe power of the other part of .Himself. Indeed, said the Pastor, some have carried tbe matter so far as to claim that when Jesus died the world was for three days without a God, that He then rnleed Himself from the dead. Others, considering this an unreasonable view, claimed that Jesus never HHy died, but merely pretended to die that all of tbe experiences of tbe cross were a mere farce, a pantomime, performed for tbe effect upon the peoplethat merely the body of Jcbus died nfter crying, "My God. My God. why hnst Thou forsaken Me?" and that the real Jesus, the real God, stepped out nnd watched the proceedings and connived at the deception, including tbe further deception respecting the resurrection from tbe dead. All of this must be abominable to the Father. All Christians are pere mystery. plexed with this Now, as Bible students are waking nnd are studying tbe Bible, tbey Hnd that its teachings are very different from that of tbe creeds, that It Is very real, very logical, very beautiful, very harmonious. Trinity Supporttd by Forgsry. Before we come to tbe examination of tbe Bible's testimony respecting the Trinity, I remind you that tbe word "trinity" does not occur In the English Bible from Genesis to Itevelatlon. and that no passage approximating such teaching is found there, except one, and that one Is an Interpolation, as all scholars, including Trinitarians, admit Tbe Revised Version expunges tbe additions (evidently added about the aeventh century), because they are Bet found In any manuscripts of ear-He-r date. The spurious passage Is found la St Jefea's Drat Epistle, 0:7. Those sufficiently interested will read tbe pas- in Ms proper form In the Revised Version, and we ask then to note that the additional words of the forgery really auke aoneease, la that they ,! aa that the rather art the Bod man-mad- 7j 75 75 75 years 3 years and over W days ; 21.0 22.5) 24.0) 27.00 30 astonishing of all comparUons. however, is tliat which shows the value of the poultry, eggs and feathers of Missouri for 1910 to ibe greater Uian all the gold and silver produeqd the same year and Arizona. Kven with this "gold imlne" hero at home the poultry business of the State has not reached Us full .scientific stage. In Colorado, California 6 months l year 1 years 2 help you Utcs lr at a ii.iidcrnio nje by L e e p 1 n e yon posted on. ilia iiu.t fashions In t lolbe and bats, to Kin KnJilou lie$icns In each IsMir. AImi .iluallv lt.furmatlr.n mi all Immc sud ir-.:iunTucrs. Only a fvfree yeir Includlnc a patticit. lulay or feud twn turn mr m for trie tample copy. MtCallPiticrunillen.iblcynu to make In your own home with joi.'rown tineOs rlothlncfor jouiM'ir and ihildtu whidi ia styte ami tit WW inn li ckerl aaais rents tend for frop I'aaTkii atalorue. We Will Cni T. Fix rrMft. for rettlnc saa-fcrliUtons amoni; jiirinono i tnil force sinday'at1 pastor tin TlW' fouh u- - Udcr w' Wright m- - eaVhoWra.mf'nd8"1 Sunday Scool . SECHET SOCIETIES. KILLthc and WITH CURE the LUNC8 couch Hartford Lodge No. C75. F. A. M meets first and third Monday each month. Owen Hunter. W. i.. 1? P. foreman .Secrttary. Keystone Chapter .Vo. Hf, A. . meets cverv tlilp.i t;,,.,,P.i.. II.,..y M. ulllteurct l'jK 75 2 75 2 73 3 years it'iiupmiaiaioKiiennti Cnt KiUU. CO THE yars years and over W ANY, 239 Urfvr. 249 Wat SW St. KCW TOU CO 30.tr) Look on the First Page. The Tag Idea. Senator Oore, the blind from Oklahoma.has a neiw plan for solving 'the Tariff problem. He sprung It on the Iteform Club at the recent dinner U New York. All you have .to do ds to label every article that Is bought and sold (with a. tag showing what it costs with the Tfvr Iff and what It wou'd co-- t without the Tariff.. So simple! But we think tlU an other tag will be nocesaary, one that showys what we paid for like aiitlclca before Protection lowered prices. For example, steel ru.Hi, tlSO a ton, when we liad no Tariff, nnd now J2S per ton when Protection has established tha. Industry; tin plate o per 100 pounds (when had no Tariff, and U r 100 ,po,und,s after the MoKinley Tariff of H&0 sUrteil the of tin plate in the Unjtnl Statos. And tliwe are hundrotls of oilier Instance of tlw sajn eort. Jt niU;lit u.lso (be well to Inscribe on a;h tag the prJoe we would have to pay to forelgneis Jf our ml'Js and factories wtre idrivcji out of ibusl. e and ur markot was lnes by placed at tlie mejxiy of foreign trust?, kartels nnd syndlcat.f. Oh, yvsj the tug idea Is a iirllllant ldo.1 iprovldctl you have tags ejiough and give ifacts enough. ' i i Free-Trader You will find a yellow slip. It has printed on It your name, and a date after It. The date shows the tlmo when your subscription expires. If the date is prior to February, 1912, your 'It is a very serious matter to ask subscription to the paper has expired. for one medicine and have the If you find such Is the case, please give wrong one given you. For this the matter your very prompt attention. reason we urge you in buying to Either come to THE REPUBLICAN ofbe careful to get tbe genuine fice and pay a year in advance, or If you are not coming to town soon, send BUck-DrTugH- T us a check. We must have a'l our subscriptions paid up promptly In advance Liver Medicine and If you ore behind we know that you simply overlooked the matter. The reputation of this old. relia ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firm- Very Serious tvChsraTinV!:vJK"n T; Uoore "Wil-rlest- . PBICR A Hartford Cl.apttr No. M . OES Trial Bettie Free lnee,XfC0Sd ""V0""" Mnl"y even" W. M. Miss AMD Att THROAT AND UlNBTHOUBLEa. Ar.AnUr't". .; iiougn jtiver ctviiwrv. 110. Knights of Lodge No. Q VJiRANTSEO SATISFACTO&Yl Pythias, meets ery Tuetduy OK MONET SPUNDED. C S?K. - J' Nty l of l"& S.'Irkli' Hartford' Tent No. K, K. O. T. M.. Thursdaj? me?,s.ev.ery nrtt night W . II. Glllisple, "n! tn'rd Commandtr. L. p. foreman, itecord Keeptr. BOOKKEEPING Sunshine Hive No. .Ln meets every firet and third Friday night TYPEWRITING and ft In each month. Mrs. Attye Griffln.Iidy taunM Dr. King's New Discovery voLns . 1 FflROPycus rfr.un.Sl i,, aSSWSie?!'"-Lu- u Acme Ledge No. MS, I. o. O. F.. secoi.d and fourth Friday night meets In 'V-ndnrurtn- edn. "". t u ..55ssA. , TELEGRAPHY - Mllil lUIIWESSCeUElE lis l'rrMiitkMTMnpfcriiice In aictBtll and lcklo( buiDM. alto Jf yr Mnf ilnr m.oai- WEnti.r bow. 1??" 2Hwm2.i!!S"2:a I'SmSS!IbaVSH uay ler, suclitm. A. E. 1'ate. CJilef Fos of ((cords. Hartford Camp, vV. O. tV. No. 202 meets every ncond and lourth SaurdaC: comman. 3,,tin t'itch, '"wntli. Coiinil-- rk. WWaC. lVallae?nUla Preston Morton Post No. . G. A. It . ;5?it,mr?i.MoJ,,ay ,n ch ' Cs,mmandr5 J- - M. RoiVri, Wn?!. "?.i?Vlc new jn each inomh, Ellis n p-- For Voters and Candidates. nun-ufutttu- re Free-Trjd- .i!i Time of Filing Liens of Mechanics is Extended. Tlw amendment to the Mechanics' Iilen l.uw, Suction 21(3, of Kentucky StuUihf, relaitng to liens uf iiinchunte--s and jimterjal men, bdcame effective Juno 12. The amunditv nt provides tliat n,otlco of Hon muht Ua within tlrirty-flv- o days after the lat Item of mateilal or labor is furnished, and tluit suoh notloo bliall le sent to iUw owners authorized as Indicating what property Is .to lw held liable. The old law required ithut majterlul men and mechanlus give immwllAto nqtlce of contemp'ated lien. Uni,"r the amended statute after notice of lien lias been fcorwd the process may be filed any lime wlUUn ilx months from the date last material or fajbor was furnished. Unlets euch notice of Hen Is filed within the period as mentioned, however, al' oUun to right of Hcs ie rcllnauiftht. flll "'v . ,ul )mJ it ia the bea medicine ever aoM P. Shars. Narrews, Ky. Vice President J. Al. WoodB. over a druggist's counter. SecretaryTrtaKurArfi ii w.,.n i " dlanapolls; Ind. ReptJon 7. Time) and Place of tiling state umcers: oU-For uJI offlwis to be jor by mlsulonor such nomination papers hall H. M. Froman, Carrol) county, Pres. .,,,,.,... m.. T. T. ttuj of one uuunty or (uf si be required .to have said jiuijuetagu President. Barrett, llpmlcru,,,. cAM city, district or tuiudlvjslon Uioruin, of signatures In only a B. ilobertfton. XfrTjnn Mitw "tv- of lh Treas. exicfpt mciiibe jw of Uoixgntvss, lu a r.ilt road ouminlivUon nomi- coun,Uos Wrrtn CCUnty' SUte 0?KanUe?0emer nation papors hhall be filed Utli Llie dlstrlot. For of.tUx.rs ito be voted for Countj- Clerk' of tuih county, tut least by the electors of the ntlro AW. tl.i Graves, Allen county, Assistant state SPECIAL OFFCR: to .U4 BmUm. A UU1 thirty days prior ito .tlw Jioltllng of said nomlnuAing jvlik.i shall txt signed uJKi&iuaerB. Directors. Ben Watson, War-re- n V .SHaayoaearpersiaMatrasuiioer. ul V Hoard of tlio primary nbutloii. Kor State of- by not Joss .than two per onrxt un,d by ty; county: C. M. Harnett, Ohio counfrii.ftiiic.bii A. H. Orooks, Bracken county; It. E. ficers, members of Consnong, iuid for not more .tlian ten jusr cont of tho 1. Itay, Hardin county, and J. K. Dobs, 1 I CDAauiiAn riicAkE. Muhlenberfc: county. all officers to Us voted tor l,y Uio vote of tha party of ueh candidates I Writ t4myi Mtatha thlt Aaaar. I Ohio County Officers: K. U Stevens, Prea.. Beaver Pam.Ky. ,a.Ul In ten counth In tha State. , oloctors of more tlian'ono countj, ss"aiaApVafVVVVVAAAAAJlHenry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. I I Suotlon 9. lla.sls of I'eraentase Tho nomination luipei.s bliall Jbu fiUtl with D. Pord, Treas., Hurtford. Ky. I I SEND 10 CENTS renvcn,tage in osthnatlng tlt-- i tlie SecroUiy of State, ul',lni,sl f,oity basis of P,OARD OP EDUCATION. COUNT days U'ore the holding of the pilmary number of hlgrvituriiM reiiulioil uji'm Henry Leach, Chairman, llartford.Ky. m Milt U ttoS aVKa itttXJSySaZXZ M hlghe"1 nomJn,utlng Jajer shall bo itho clcotlon. I. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, It. P. D. No. 5. 3eotIon S. Number of !giifitu,r r Vuy vpto of any tvindUUto of tlw uny K. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. 8. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. for tlie last officers .to be votei for ,by the iectoiV) for elwtor at 4. U. L. Alford, White Itun. Ky. aH ' aaaaaaaBm 6. Klchard i'lumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. of one jcounty ur a portion thereof, President. i. J. L. Brown, Itpckport. Ky. said nomination lepers sha,V be .signed by it least tlime per ctuit and by nut Eat tbe Fests. more than tun jx.r cent of Uie total "Iia,t sparrows.whcn boned, boiled, butOSiTIONS' vote of the party of ithe icandldaUi In tered and served an toast. They are as Spt1tf07f- WUNnFUl tlw city, .county or dlstrlot In wJJch fine os quail." This Js the latest adhe seeks to be fjqotod. For nffloem vice of Uncle Sam to help his nephews 'swmAis QZ lNUSUAUV' sr to be voted for by tiva .'lw.'Unvs nt n and oogt of living. .The department at SiOrfUfr,,-zrI9tsft" dlstrlot comprising more than one uoun-t- y agriculture issued a comprehensive pamand loss than tlie entire State, sold phlet on tho English qparrow, condemnj nomination papens aludl be slgiyod by ing him as a lurznful pest, and concludT&wxfcdtfy, ojt least two per cen.t and by iiAt more ing with a. number of receipts for his ,.-wW- Ji Uwn ten per cent of Kh vote of i!ie preparation for the kitchen. Most of party in much of ait kat oneiaJf of, ths) pajnphlct Is do.votJ to ikmonstrpjtlng tha counties In eueti dj'tr4ct: Provide!, the hwmfulness of the ezairrow and tell- Thajt Xor the office of HaU iUwd Own- - U" Mai bow to W'i Xheaa, -Prenldent-M. ly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a laruer sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 f,?5." U. C,IO)'e- - .nlrclV' ctry f Voodmen of the Mond nnd Electric Bitters 8ucceed when everything else faOa. In nervous prostration and female weolcneetes they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. I'tndleton, Clerk. A. S. r. National Officers: SS&RoKM0 " d li hm-- " "" SEEDS ht V Vab f -al 1 y V - t s.'irnifi t BaBaBftBaaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaaHBaBaBaBa fuujGniJnrJ Ztm4&ym,Jfy S2. i?W ,0&WIli r3ust7iessjTmittsfrwfi9t k. k... fcytLuj &G&QG-0V$Q$SQQSSQ&$GQG? ad.. i --- W MEN' S C L0TH1HG Tw Jiillos KucfiJ Club mit ,l iMrs. Hooter Williams' Wtdnewlay aqtinn(Tfi. Mr. Oinniir lVrtl, of Owinboio, iliU GREATER SMD6RSNDER THAN EVER Great Hopkins County Fair MADISONVILLE July 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 mMw, Mir. (t),iKl,l- - IVd, (We'l-ncwdi- y. Mrr, J. T. !IoiIhtii1, who has qnllfl 111 nt the homo of he-- mojthet, Mrs. Dudley IVrl. is much ilmttejv hfi"n W. At. Fair H Jn Umlsvl'.lc , Mr. vWtbig her Uler, Mm. II. V. SHmmor-nrand brtheir, Mr. JJ. II. ,Taylr, Great Henderson County Fair HENDERSON , July 30, 31, August 1, 2, 3 ui Mr. Trunk !lriwVl"W, of SfanUy, Ky., nnl Is tJio guest of Judge J. K. Cartrtly and Mr. O. G. Fair iml family. F1 Great 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. J. A. FRANCEWAY, Secretary. C. C. GIVENS. President. PRISONER ESCAPED 11 llS take ut aro robbing ni", and if you can't Uon will bo at Itexla Son. 2Hli MU Myrtlo Wlllford, accoTnpill tnko n dollar and o wi&IhUoiI, you fin by hf.r mother, Mrw. Taylor Ualnl, 'C your ff d i)a.ptir nan eo tip llmUfav.'' . Cox. FROM JAIL THURSDAY If the mcnioliait h illlru; mic'ir ' Unavvr Dam, left last w.oek for Owcn-A fine mule Motiving to Mr. Jamts ( illit conts and I to rcoeIvB notl'vo boro to vWt relative. Tanner, who Uviob north of Hartford, IVorn to tlie wife of Mr. Vaughn, Hoi-Il- ls tlwit It Inas Jilson, ho promnily m.l- was kVlcd by llRhlnlng Monday , nrot hc ro- - Hn. July 21, a bo price pro,portlonia,tcly Will Bennett Celebrated Fourth Irto iviy It. Hut itlio tidltir, oan he Jo Mr. and Mr". Jumos Vcrtroe, wlin i0.x In OwotwlioTo .lor tho pant f? Nay. nay. AIArs Mary HimMIng mnturtalmid lavcr-ill he would fiot It have this? ; M by Bidding Farewell to B s And wicek", aro visiting tho former's "vralrv? 'for her w.horo the tutkoy yrt tlio nx. frWids ' .,: nome are ev.en so dn;d,!f tenon t to 'Hi onts, Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Jlonnctt hw vilsltor, JMw Athena lie I re, or Ohio County Jail. I iC of .the infarct chll-Qhlongo. SW dlstrm that tliey wjll not jiy hln Tlte H' T Mr. aiwl ftbyt. Iinmon UUos was the lol!nj or two Wit thoy are ii'.l Tlio reW.tifm you Jias a viM,'nr Ojt Mt. llcrmon .Satiiy. owing for luack putpqsrtpitlion. Will rWineU, rfxuHl tram ithe O.ilo . ,, ,.. publican nml tell its almut It. T,hl faior Jtr. Will ILlggB lout n lioro last w'K. nlout J,iil In this city ooun-t.by Uic pfiper onl wVU le aTjyiaelnU valtil at $225. TiULs Is the tlflh WdO Thuradny aftormvm liy bncnJclnrf loow Rained on the Fourth. Its rrmlf Mr. Hggs hofl liad to dlo the 1, of ejwwit Iron tj.nt a Iotku Many Hartford pcpplo wlio 4ad Ims bptn Mr. Janus Sander, XasUned ovi-- r a clulmuwy Jrnlc In pt July nt six months. been to fpend tlie KourUi vdritng liJs brolhf.r, Mr. Jl. S. K.uvkrii tlie carrWjrr of the JajU on ,t!w eicond fiomo of iUie public gathertnrp wtso Mr. James Totinoi-- . had a good mu'o nnd wife, left Tihursda) for his Jtor.io floor building i accou;vt of the Wll-- d by lightning Monday. f the yesterday on I In Lioulsvill'-- . lymjyoU and twp othr pnlsoinArg had rain. Alns. Ionnio Twefldel and daulvtrjr. The, rain began earjy Jn the c nitln-j- l for son7-tlm- e, at Mlsa NpUle, af.t(6r vWtlng allowed to titay In Wic cannlr ovcnln? Wfdn?sd,' nn-Mrs. T. H. PorUo and daughters. for Jlartfond Sunelay wdwrci nstrad of tlie reculAT celln,, and It Intcjrva's untj.1 nieary noon 'JVimwIay, Lolln, of Brazil, livJ., TSuth and for hhn to mi)tf and on t(Ws account there wiar no oole- - they will ilsU bofore returning tp' Uipir Juilc wis ui eiwy IJw formir'a parenilfc, his s'a.o. 1I liiul been In Jail ViU'e b!natlons around Il&ntford. homo at Calhoun. ' aiwl Jim. J. II Kole. MondAy, wlien Jte wan arnchtied up'in Mrs. DcrUo lual re,turned frpm Dr. 1.. 11. Dam took charge of TheFaught Cemetery. the ohartfo of Bcluctlon( aiid brau'it -, Monday. of ho mall from UtirSord to The Journal, jiubllriied at Olalon, K., here trom Williams Mlnca. Ho Ib s. Proof. C. B. Shown has been employed lVoar D.un nnd rntufn. Moiida morni- young nt;in ubont 21 yepra old.) teaeft Uio fall ,hool at East No Ciwlc. ng,', BUCoetidlJis CooiCT & Co. Jailor MlilUff was not at ihome pit the Fifteen miles cast of IJaTtfonl, Ky., Mlsa lrena .Ward will tench at Cvnt-netflnnlor mnmlxfl- of time of the ewmtpe. Mr. MVAff w18 on .the Hartford and LeitchtltW noad. Mr. n. I. Hurn'-sCreek this ypnr, -.r' n. I Harnt & llro., of Ikiiwx D.ini, at homo, but was antaej) wIkji Bemnctt and ,bDuit a mile and a quarter from Kr. BJlvls Itonfrpw, of Sunnydale. A few mlnUt3 lUato.-the "town of Olaton. docaiwl on tho Genlnil City and na.rlUw.lon, jnid Tll'o made his his prin.t, Mr. rand Mrs. A. C we will have on Sale and Is Ileivubilcan a jkiwnnt ca.ll Tuwid ly. she W)ent to 1.'P S,X5 lfJil a lot ci farm of N. J. Kaugfit, Uenfnow last weiek. One-Thir- d ofl'of Suits Line oT elanp!n Our and rackeit In ttie Jail, but this little grave ynrid, wiilqh In the jevir Mr. Ulvls Henry nnd family mado hl We will p?iy canh for Glnsenc, Yellow nf)t uncommon ansl he ipid mo at- - 1903, contnlneid but one grave, that of paronts at Plensaji,t Jtldge a vh.lt SV-fail to see us at this time. price. Hoot and Mayaiple muet be will drlod w,en,t out little Iva Kauglnt. tonUon to It. Later wjiien to urdayj will be money to you. This means a $15.00 and Glncng not splh or strung. Is Hearmejtcry on the jKrch that aeys tho JaiU lul!d-In- jt Tho little petvt tho c Miss Mat tie Tiiusloy W.U. MOOItE & SON. advantage of these $10.00. Why not you for one of tho jirtwwjm told Itor of ing ito tenth blntltday, and on Junp IS, end with rolatlvos war Contejrotavn. Shoes Specials also in Men's Low-Cprice&V low Mjs. Inez Griffin is vihltlng hor ulstor, Uic JaU dollvory. Tlve either it,wo prison- was raised yw tenth Jlttie mound, anj Everyone aeoms to be In fdno clrrta tenth year and Its fcenth Blnoe it has developed that wie ar In th9 $4.00 values for $1.50. "in' anJ with lt Mr. It. II. GUUvmle. n. Orlffln ers mado no attempt (to Rpejit the wlntor wlUi hex uURlity, tlwy wcro paying out old itlniry. fThy mound, tlie as of the oldest boly mld.st of an immense qll field. to Its kooplns wjb le3 than 10 claim that they did not knio.w of J.!:c Mr. A. D. IlUikW. of Hounton, ,Tc.nJ. years. oacapc for thoy .wicro asloop. Was Not Personal Letter. Dr. and Mrs. J. It. Tappan and chiland Bennett was trackod from (the re'.r Seven were the Mr. J. H. Thomas, of Narrow, Ky., left Tmwlay for a visit with rel- of the Jail axiro-- s tlo strKiet to Mr. throe dren v- ot us to say that in his letter u ative til Central City and South tiir M. Karris, and all luve monuments asks John Duke's resldqnco on Main T,hey oxjwct to return The Itepubllcan lost wik under tliu roUton, .Ky. . and from there it Is supposed He yrmX witli the exception of the last Lhne-e' caption of "l.ottorr to a Sohool Teachliome loJayi to fclvo liottitoms. Sheiriff Jllook wzn lni- er" Uut It was in no sense a personal NO CREEK dM) Mlfi WJnona Stevens has returned modlatejly notified and .ho nnd ihli SovienaJ of our psoplo attended tho letter to tlie triiohor Inhls district, but from a vWt with rolaUws and fiends yes iliave beon busy sinew imtlfylni; the Suna general appeal to school teachers ta Udnnott soeias ito Ivive singing convention at ued lull altomled tie autliprltlefl. In IiU1lle. and a3 I day. Tho next meeting of the convicn- - trallnlng of their pupils, , , l laid tla iplanfl well for his eiqq.vpo for mcotlnK of Uwj Kentucky many meemle on the l vWtliw Mr. AA'xydflj'Jo.'i. wej-Mro. Stevns not tlicro f QciUnU City. A. C Taylor, street yostenl.i.y attemoqn and pran'J-call- y Ko. 110 Kntehts lUlvnIilgc SEMI-ANNUAIhtUKh L fluou-jwsio all of tho Alnrliiw, of IVrdsvllJe Mtw of Iyjtliias had a wUsvlUI mectlnp Tues. JVTJY 5. cloatd on aooount of .tlie la,y being .1 Die Kiiwt of U" N.itmy Konl. nJKht. wjin an lisiulte wps fakon OF THE CONDITION OF THE NotAwal ihollday. lty Kliif,- - out of the Is voting llev Into tlie rank of KnlrfvyiooU. TJue Minn Wnoiia rttcvii rear of tlvo building wus itho ooildit was much ,bMcr tlip,n (UBual M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table and Mr?. 1'. K. G,i.4.L'n, of pwiubu. way to eaoapo dotecstion Klnj; luaie t'ia vllti-- jJiclr Mofws. John and Mr. and Mi. lon at narnoro, ivy. that is being d".-New Liquor Law. 29, 1912. t M.B. ti itonn rard ftfectlve Mondaj mm, lof. llwiry l.ioh nnd tibiuiiy cxtatract for a rcwct Htpald office to close of business from the mix of tho The jfw law whlcli went into e,ffe.?t ovtcr will the Fraternity 1W1. The . m-- . June 10 In regoxd to the dollveay of lip.s acopttid a Joln-- r NO. 112 NortL iBouixl dafi ":1 MLss ooiuwwt aH of tlio houscp on 5il line. liquors In local opiUon ti?irl- except SunJoy. r in Uve 'ltlui j tw.-iuNow Is the time to buy a good Culti- Is as folio w.: No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. Weh ' one. 1183,825,84 i Sec. 1. That It sliall be unlawful for Bills Discounted . .f daily except Suaday. vator If you aro going to buy , --. C. K. llartford and v. T. V. Call and tee my stock, anyway. 51,027,68 n. any person, firm or corporjtaon to duo 8:45 rr banks No. UBiouth . Cash on hand and in other S. L. KINO, or bocuho for unotlwr sprltuouf. ,. 11,410.00 Kit and Bonds Stocks .. .. 313 BOMB tumua. uj i.ic v . liwUborjr.. Ky.. List wik. -j... .!; Hartford, Ky. ' ivinou.i, malt, or otlwr Injtoxicuttng liq rhpolrn NO. Z.biU.15 t for Remittance uors, mixtures or dqcoftlons olthey as -- .. daUy exon Sunday. ,. l'rof. S. P. McKJnney and pn, MitHter Banking House and Lot ?'SnS'JJ .Miw. Tleulah Mmiton, of Equality, Ky. -ivf Clronjwiull, were tho Buestl Uie agei.t of the buyer or agent of H. E. MISCHKB Art. ti ' 1,000,00 family tlili and Mr. Price Hallowa and son. Mon the seller of said liquors, mixtures or Furniture and Fixtures f'of Mr. It. U. Martin aid cn. of LoutevlUe. liav noturned to decoctions, either for or wltho-iom' $252,934.65 week, . ii Total Plenty of Sii-- I'oUtor at V. S. Car- tltolr homes a.Stir a visit Jvore, tfi peneoHon in any county, district, ami gucHie 41tf . Barnaiid and Mrs. Um Twt,ddeJl Xlr. anl non'u of Mf. T. town or city where the sale of Mlw Ko.IK of OaXhaun. Ky. family. I In Tlc IKpuWl- - , Vuh-$40,000.00 lntovtca,ttng llquora, Jias been prohibited Capital Stock . Advertlic jour want.. w c Schlonmer anl r . 20,000,00 in. has been tfpeh-In- g or may be prohibited, wltqthe-- by si:r-l- Surplus lr. Arthur Kirk, . . 936,53 act of the General Aasom,Uly or by in tlie So,uUi for some time, IW Atlas Undivided Profits Uttle Murks "IT llltlns fi C. U. lingers and ohildrai will vote of tlie !oo,Vi under the loeuil opfrdw-llle. 1,600.00 ntumnd to his home tvar week. . OwnOBlHro Ihls Dividend No, 50 U Illk Uils State, rntum to their Hfl thflr ilinmt . 1,664,68 but will spend his vacidtlan nevwiO,n la tion Jaw of . kAUne Ky J.U- Margin t Jin-nrafter a vlt hore with Hurtford, wJtcro lie wWl study fpw with Sqc. 2. Any person, firm or (Corpora- Due Banks if ( 188.733,44 frlriVls n OwvUojo UlU Wffk. tion violating section one of tliU act Deposits . the forjiior'n iianunts, CUpt. an,d Mrs. one of our attojmoy. or any part thereof sliall bo fined not $252,934.65 any kind S. K. Cox lino quality printing of Total It. H. .Martin took chprgo less than slxity ektllans or more t(iiai . , Casey and xanp, WkUUr Itepubllcan. ., call on The Ilaitford of tlte Hartfjord lont oftlme Mondty one hundred dolbins, and not Vws than i Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations respect guide of CAltllON PAPEIt, pur- - aivl DudUy EngUih. luvo nutiwwtl tlws Hn. M. Imprlson- ten or more tluui forty uViys ... momliiig, LKvuion, solicited. ,.lo or black, for a.lo nit TJio Jlt.ulJUnn their homes at Miss Honrlo,tta Guenther, who mrnt In ,tlto munty Jail, olWier fiae or fully qtet.-- . tf- - 'a visit hero with tho foniner'H on Time Deposits. utflco k nviny yoam, Impnlosnment or both within tho for line beem cjiief Mrji. Jolui C. Thomas, King lvae boJi l(U.ln-o- d and all slros oo.urt or Jury .trying the and M1b of tlio Ice Cream 1'itew.rs United States Depository, for Postal Savings Banks Mr. Martha J. Foglo and tMrp. V. II. KING, S. I by Mr. Martin. caHCs. lowM prle. ot IfcimlUo. Ky., and Central (fity, Ky. of this act Hartford, Hurtford, Ky. Taylor ;uid eon, nrsiidfonl. Scjq 3. The pnovisiions 45U os-- d ,. .ludna A I ,mw W. Ford, wvij ti.A iiA&tii tf -- -i - J. i4. Tito Christian nevilval erMteev iy., aliaV not apply to oomwn jwrler wno hero ilast Sunday night aftor ilrrt grade ot CAltBON PAPEIt. aur-- 1 rogio an(, fumlJy a1(i ilr G, u. C. Thomas. moxlcatlng 'LiIn good faith dlwir plo or bUult, for ale mt Tho JUublUvininmJ fwny ,ut wveU. duration. Tine nwtliw dUl much ged In nuantltles not to fXO.cdj flv R. E. Lee Siramerinan, Directors. tf. wvro and Bno. Brown and lite iwnnany (nifitlo lian ufflco. List Ilday Among our c,iWl to rvguVir licensRowan Holbrook, T110 gallons, at ono time, . Ahfoid Mills und lVeut. C. 11. m.iny fnionds while In IlrtKfrl. practicing ploVl.uis and diu- For Dckt MaMn Fruit Jais call en T. Moore. company left Monday for ed and S. U KING, Shown, routo 3: Jttlm A. Itajjnond. ivute oivunso'lstlc opUon territory. Prion 4r,lf uegiui glsts In looal Ky.. whero thy Ky. C; Joiiion Gmy and son, Arcil.lie, Hartford, however, Uwit tho provisions of a mooting. thte act shall not apply to such (Llquo.-ww 'routo 2, NurroWMJ S. C. TuJllor, IViaver f Mr. U II. .. ...j.it.... ..t. IXinu .... frum In prorljitlvis Tlie ndvunoo agent of tlie Soutlierii preadrlhe-KluVby TUlU'r 'MUl c1'll,lr0,,' praotlciiig pliy?icjanis. Fair Hliowa was in Hartford last work U.e. WwbKwW. to hoVl a f Crawlv, and made aravuiaemc n,t l1Iwanl and KWUo Cooler, or NoshvilV. at Htrt vfalr aiul corn.lMl In UiIts city ,Una. lxjativi Mas. K. W. Poor Editor. Twin., U voting her mipjil. Ool. and beginning liei)t Moimlay ami lusting t'w Tlw orico of all kinds of print r'i-l- r Mis. C. M. HtuwfA. lia rscn "fky high," and lW.y MiiTiIiiuu.l iwnlnw In romalndcr of tlie wwk. This iwiniviny vh lpi3 ora.ul.i.tlii pn'ntare und publtsduja aro nuking Is ftM to be a fif ' Owensbom thU vran Mr, J.shO llfxmr r""J""'"""TJw thcinihy. inlets O'l und will lwivo Uielr UmV lUi'ud 011 mush iui Tuiwlay Jn tho lnUtft of Ute Hb'.- , lW V q llrogury . uuth U HP WtiVil'W'o" WKl MaJn Htren-tssome iiiutlltUs Jiae yw juvhl- ford llMttlVng 'Woikrt ( t(M?l U)W1 myl .,wl lui ,,0,,,, )l3 quoted b,e bore. imm-plj!ii-ii.ilonM. (Jury, formerly of Is now almost iloubJo the lrU aro an,i ieaon will .M'n Pnof. Uiwreu Tho iaVtl ,,.. some tow ntontlw tyjf. Dut llu Joor ' oa l)Qt(, wjVCrUiiivnitii for bids for tlw this ivounty. but residing tut Hkiln ItfpubJlean print The H wl 10 Is and editor two yrfiai. mil prlti(t(Rr ! .. Mi4lioi'rt mliurch tr,,- - 1. fr.r ilia vrootlon of tlvo bills for the PIc-N- lc. s ' to their oil prices em wprl:. Uld MImi JUnnlo nudum, of tlifit Capt. uidMifl. W. H Moore loft ' wu j,p r;lvod. Jind tho building Jl"' and stl'J pay ',tho Incriiwie. Wo voilure wcjo marrlid at lVaiu IVallng lKiwwort Hiving. Ky.,Mhero ul imnulUleiy on UUs tfi, Tinwlay for to assort that If tlie tdltor sent noa ftw dans. jlriji x, liTlcfrle imd Viughtrrs, Jluth IS wul tiro now vLi'thv iM". Ky will tice pu,t imviig his unlwerlUlM county. Mr. (Lfiry I wilU leavw Saturday for WU- - nalatlves In DiU iwlwtMTfl from ana -o Mr. It. T" of this sudden lib-- , In llu bu qulto sucoewsful ,ls Twin'., vlnltcd lil j ton. Ky.. wherei tliey w,lll kU It.". Iwn h vftvto Ol,lon. wuujVl bo wiiiijitUrd to olifirto a 1110.W 3rlar-tfo.fca- i ) Iumo Uw , daughter. Mu. O. M. F.r.MHi. 'J. C. XVUo nnd family. Tlu will l South and nsxit ynr vbool at CiHn fifty. ciJilH ndilitknuil on i yttir'x jlt- tjw hlgji of - Albrua'oJnol tln,rQ by Mr. P.,1.1... of llnull l5ul"MU15 TITiUllt ho wouU pronnrtiV Joln,s In sorliitlon. I VdVty, I.a. Tlw yUX auto J. to. -, 11.. DeuLr like UiU: "ou cUvo. . a Icw hundred iwt!e- -. to Mr. and llw, Gary. best wlihu mlly fiMfeU any ;.an'd CharJrlon, Mm. A. V. Oiooilln and uhllilwn, ff Mo., ifiro visiting tlie- form-w'- d parents, Onpl. und Mrs. S. K. J at rai, 3ii'i'''s,',w ' iJi'-c- h-- w-li- Jie-r- t tnani-PioDlnf- jn 1 I Friday Entire regular Saturday Men's' Don't i rWff at W: ts . - vila-l,t- ed o th-er- Suit It j! to-d- ay wicc-'l- pip.nia-cHlVlri.- ..rit. V&&GG&9Q9QQG&WSGQQG&&SGV Hartford Republican. Kauf-nlona- o - M s s STATEMENT A-i- U-ac- n ? Batik of Hartford At the June RESOURCES po-d- M pur-oho- se ' t pre-cln- . LIABILITIES al w-l- lr. gjaj., Fr X Jl.t i... sucdt-e-dui- ol-r- Interest Paid Ele at -- . thntjrus J. 1 John Mo-vjo- g, John J Pxli-ttiJo- lwy. . s 1. mU QQQQQQQQGQQGQQ&WQGGQl teim(nl4l Wiw-K, bull-Mu- AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return - Vb PIc-N- lc It fo-r- . ,' n-- w I' irq-.t- e'; convd car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. Ga-ry- viv-i- ute, t'l' '- traJir !! GOOPER S6 CO. Ky. g and-tatc- r oTjcnnlc Alcxanr ftA. .j !.. njiio $&GQWQQWmttQQQ$&&G n v 9 If iHv y .. xflr j vjlKBBflH'f'. mmmmmmmmmmmW'U mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJTi I V uttf Btf&aMiB2&) 1 !BBBBP564m The cream separator Is one of th few things which specifically alleviate the drudgery of the woman wIiom lot has been cast on the farm. No better argument can be advanced for the Increased sale and extended use of these machine. The man who places a separator on a farm hat done nomethlng for humanity. I nthe city, when a housewife has cookod the meals, washed the dishes, and otherwise cared for a little Hat with running water, steam heat, and electric lights, her whole duty toward man Is done. Whereas, In the country a Harvesting la Tennessee HARVESTING OATS AND PLANTING LEGUMINOUS CROPS IN THE SOUTH 3iy G. II. Alfokd of Use I II C Serf Ice Bureau liar-vesti- time to plan for the of our oat crop. If we do not own a good Mowing machine, or better still, a good binder, uow is the time U buy one. Tho cradle is too slow and the waste when using a cradle is enormous. One binder will harvest from 89 to 100 acres eight acres per day. One or more farmers In every neighborhood should own a good binder. Tho binder will generally pay for itself in one season. A mowing machine will often do the work for several farmers in a neighborhood. Where one farmer cannot afford to buy a mower for his ovv n THE SELECTION OF A CREAM use. several farmers can purchase one. SEPARATOR One farmer will often tliul it profitable to own a mower or binder and work By T. F. WiLLOl'CHBr of the I II C Service Bureau for his neighbors at a reasonable price. ow is tho time to get our mowers The selection of a separator Is not a and binders ready for work. Let us difficult matter if the farmer will sharpen the sickles, oil the bearings bear in mind a few simple facts. and test the machines on the grass beCream and skim milk are separated to cut. It is fore our oats are ready In the cream separator by the action also advisable to have an extra binder of centrifugal force. Centrifugal force tongue, a knife, and several extra vv iugs Is a force exerted outward from the and arms for tlio reel ready beforehand center of the separator bowl and is for lepairing breakages. produced by revolving the IkmvI at a We should harvest our oat crop early. high rate of speed. .lust what the Cutting should begin as soon as about action of centrifugal force is can bo 75 per cent of the Held has turned best explained by a simple and often-use- d jeilow just as soon as all the grain Is i illustration. in the dough stage. Oats should not When a ball attached to the end of be cut while wet from dew or rain. a string Is swung around In a circle, There should be a thresher in every the ball, because of its weight, will neighborhood for threshing all kinds exert an outward pull. The force ' of heeds such as oats, wheat, rje, exerted on the ball, which makes it barley, kallir corn, sorghum, grass try to get away from the central point seed, beans, and peanuts. , around which It Is whirling, Is centriMany fanners will tind it profitable fugal force. When whole milk enters to own a thresher for useon their oun ' the separator bowl It Is acted upon by farms and they can at the same time centrifugal force and the heavy milk be of great service to their neighbors solids are thrown to the outer wall of bv threshing for them at a reasonable j the bowl. The butter fat, which is price. the lightest part of milk, is not so The oats should be threslied as soon strongly affected, and gathers near as possible, but should not lie threslied the center of the bowl where it mixes when grain is wet from either rain with a small amount of skim milk and r dew. forms cream. Store oat.s in bulk and not over three ' feet deep, Be sure and examine grain daily for at least three weeks and turn with shovel, if there are any indi- acreofSpanlshpeanutsonpoorgravelly land produced MX) pounds of live cations of heating. The packed, crusted soil should not weight of hogs. Tills was after the mn he exposed to the sun's rays a single tops had been cut with a mower and Jay after oats are cut. Wo should use saved. ior nay. jiie growing or pea- a disk harrow and make the sifrfaoe nuts after oats will add much to the for two or three inches as line as fertility of the soil, promote the rais jiossible for a cowpea, soy bean or ing of good livestock, and add to the EHB peanut crop. By the use of the disk bank account. Planting cowpeas and soy beans in we can thoroughly prepare harrow, jwveral acres of stubble land every day rows about .'10 inches apart saves seed for these crops. At this season of the and brings greater returns in yields of ear we are usually very busy and are seed and hay. The experiment station' often unable to spare the necessary results show that the increase in both lime to break tho stubble land with seed and hay obtained when the seed isdrilled is more than sufficient to pay a plow. These leguminous crops are valuable for the additional expense in drilling on account of the nitrogen and the and cultivating the crop. Plant the cowpeas, soy beans and humus-makin- g organic matter they contain. When they are harvested to peanuts on the level and cultivate on he led to live stock, nearly half the the level with a disk harrow, a spring M materials tooth harrow, a one or nitrogen and humus-makin- g sweep. We can then or a heel are left in the roots and in the bottom ! of the stems and in the leaves, and cut two or three rows atone time with m other portions of the plants not ob- our mowing machines. m We should grow more oats and other tained in gathering the crops. The 19 results of theCalhoun, La., experiment small grain crops, and legumlnouscrops Mation show that one acre of Spanish to enrich our lauds and furnish feed peanuts grown on poor pine land con- for more good livestock; and use more machinery such as mow-intained 1!I2 pounds of nitrogen; an acre labor-savin- g machines, hay rakes, tedders, of cowpeas, 10S pounds; and an acre of hoy beans, 190 pounds. These crops binders and hav preJ3' The interior of a modern separator bowl r- made lrom two to three and a half toils of feed stull, richer in food elements The amount of centrifugal force than wheat bran. When such feed BURNING STUbiLE exerted outward from the center on htufl can be grown after oats and fed the milk Frank Connolly, of Brant, Alta., mined by in a separator bowl Is deterto stock wit bout serious lossof fertill.-iu- g the speed and diameter of w rites as follows: Is a differ"There value, N there any excuse for cultithe vating poor land and for having poor ence of opinion here as to whether the bowl. As the diameter of litch burning stubble before plowing, or bowl is decreased the speed- - at vv Shustockv Is revolved must be increased or The advantages of growing cowpea j Brass before breaking, Is a benefit o. It there will be a loss of centrifugal rows arc Dr e v suniniar eu v the i ueinmeiii, w uiesuu We never advise the burning of force. Louisiana experiment station as fol This can also be illustrated by lows. First, the cowpea Is a nitrogen stubble on land that Is not unusually swinging a ball attached to the end of gatlerer;second,it shades the soil in the fertile. Of course under certain cir- a string in a circle. The greater the uminer, keeping itinaconditionmost cumstances it is best to burn the stubgreater the string, suitable to the most rapid nitrifica- ble and get It out of the way, but when length of the As the the string is shortone burns a ton of straw he Is prac- pull exerted. tion and leaves It f liable and loose and ened, it will be noticed that the pull in the best possible condition for fu- tically losing $2.39 worth of fertilizer speed at decreases unless ture crops; third, It has a large root and this does not take into considera- It exerts is whirled isthe which It Increased. development, and hence pumps up tion the value of this straw as humus Therefore, In a bowl, which has a comfrom a great depth and a large area in the soil. The best way to prepare our land paratively large diameter, the maxithe water, and with It the mineral would be to plow in the fall and then mum centrifugal force is secured needed bj the plant; fourth, Its adaptbowl at an exwithout ability to all kinds of soil- s- stillest to harrow in the spring before using cessively running tho of speed. This high rate clays to tho most itorous sand, fertile tho drill, but of course as thla is Im- means greater durability because it alluvial bottoms to barren upland; fifth possible now, the only tiling vou can reduces the strain upon the operating do is to prepare vour laud as well as it stands tho heat and hot sunshine mechanism. of hot climates; sixth, Its rapid grow th you can this spring before seeding Centrifugal force Is what causes enables us to giovv two crops on tho time. Where the stubble Is very heavy, separation in all cream separator tame sol); seventh, vv hen sown thickly, it shades the soil ellectually, smother- Indicating that the laud Is unusually howls, but there are several conditions the thoroughness ing out all weeds and grasses, and fertile, and in .vour particular case, it which affect first separator bow Is of Its made probably would be the best thing to work. Tho thus seives asacleanslngorop; eighth, burn the stubble, as it is tht best piepaiatory crop known land warming up earlyit prevents the wero hollow and centrifugal force was in the spring, required to act upon the milk en to the Kouthorn farmers every kind w&3 necessary masse. of crop grows well after It; ninth, It and it also reduces the danger due to I jbowls beItrevolved at an that these furnishes a most excellent hay and a drought. But the best way, If the high rate of speed to Insuroexcessively' sutllciunf most excellent food in large quantities stubble is not heavy, Is to plow the centrifugal force being developed to laud and follow the plow with a land for man and beast. butpacker. This will the soil force the milk solids, other than mllkJ The following is a summary of fat, through the thick Bulletin, No. xti: In 1005 the capillarity; then if you form a dust ter the outer edge of the wall of Furbowl. to farm de&crllicd in this bulletin pro- mulch by using the peg tooth harrow, thermore, the results were uncertain. h bale of cotton and it will prevent tho evaporation of soil duced 6Hua bubhtuj of corn per cr. In moisture. d, Soy-bea- n 1 It Is now of cowpeas, It bale of cotton and corn to the acre. After cowpeas and an application of .TOO pounds of commercial fertilizer, s nearly of a bale of cot ton to the acre; and after cowpeas and clover continuously for two years, one bale of cotton per acre. This moving machine, thresher and hay press made it possible to utilize the cowpca grown on this farm not only for feed and seed but also as a source of considerable revenue. The mowing machine, the thresher and the hay press will make the cowpea one of , the most profitable crops tint can be grown. ' The following Is a summary of Farmers' Bulletin No. 372: Where Intensive farming is followed, the soy bean is the best annual lrgume to grow for forage in the southern part of the cotton belt. The soy bean whether used as hay, grain, or ensilage is a very valuable live stock feed. Soybean hav is practically identical in feeding value with alfalfa and yields! from two to three tons per acre. grain is more valuablcthan cotton seed meal as a supplementary! feed In the production of pork, mutton, ' wool, beef, milk and butter. A bushel of soy beans Is at least twice as val-liable for feed as a bushel of corn.! As the grain is hard, it Is usually' desirable to grind it into meal for feeding. This is best done by mixing with corn before grinding to preent gumming the mill. A mowing machine or a binder can be used to harvest the soy bean. a binder can be used only with the tall arieties. The threshing can be done with a grain thresher by using blank concaves and running the c Under much lower than for small grain. The growing of soy beans after oats and on other land and the use of mowing machines, threshers, and hay' press.es means rich land, fat stock, and "ore prosperous times. The fact that Spanish peanuts will produce good crops on comparatively poor land when well fertilized and, cultivated should encourage us togrowj them as a substitute for a large part of the corn and havs usually fed to all I'rofessor Duggar at kI"ds of uie ivuuuru, ma., siaiion ioiiiiu an l!XM, after a crop one-hal- pro-dur- f thlrty-fourbushcls- three-fourth- as "there wu no' r wlsluii uu.it) It these bowls to prevent the intermlng-Iin- g of cream and skim milk that had been separated. Most separator Iwwisare now equip ped with an interior device composed g of a central shaft and a number of disks. The disks divide the milk into thin layers or sheets and centrifugal force acts upon each sheet of milk Independent of the others. Tho disks Incrcjsc the capacity of the bowl and reduce the speed at which lt must be revolved by eliminating the necessity of forcing the sklni milk solids through a thick wall of milk. now become woman's work is never finished. (Jive The use of disks has separator con-a the average farmer's wife only the standard feature of housework to do and she would think struction.It. Is While true that tho separator she was on a vacation. It is this in- Ixwvi does the actual work of aepira-Hon- . equality of labor which starts country the mechanism which revolves girls cityward. It Is a lamentable commentary on the lack of ehlvalr.v in the bowl Is of the utmost Importance. men but, In every rural community In In fact, the design and construction dewhich the writer has visited, the of the operating mechanism will matermine the length of time the average head of the house alwajs has do good vvArk. money to buy labor-savin- g machines chine will Good material and workmanship are for himself and sons. He is thor- necessary to a separator. The truth in that, but when oughly the patent washer, the llrcless cooker, of thls4 isIsoften overlooked when who the new, but the farmer the carpet sweeper, the water system, machine separator will appreand the lighting plant are advocated buysahlgh grade used the machine by the junior partner, funds are alw ays ciate It after he has few jears as he will realie that he low. This condition Is not so bad as a good a machine It used to be prosperity has opened has many cars.that willIsdo realwork test That the j purse strings but there arc still for the of a separator after all. Any separ-atorthopportunities for betterment. The will developceutrlfugal force cream separator is one of thenii It do good work for a time, but for fills a need felt by every woman from will Leah down to the 1911 Ames co-eand even if it did not increase the farmer's dairy profit one iota, it Is worth Its weight In gold for the labor It saves tho mothers, wives, and listers on the farm. milk-feedinat ' ' Helping ti7e wbriitirf TITH fiUSWESS" OK FAKLiINO of Ike I H C E r?lc BurefK Bf . E. WAOOON-.A great deal has been said In a Joo g VERY WONDERFUL hog and razor-bac- k abilities, but It ts a his very encouraging fact that he N rap-Idbecoming extinct. Ill happy hunting grounds consist now of only aamall part of the total hog product Ing area. He has been succeeded by I, the more domesticated and more i highly developed type of hog, which . someone has properly dubbed "tho I mortgage raiser." Many farmers can easily attribute the possession of I homes, wealth and all that goes there-- j wlth,tothedomestlcatrdhog. Misplace . in the scheme of industrial progress has been won not by any unusual trait, but Is largely due to tho fad. that hl4 profitableness Is a result of Instinctive) By nature he economical hablta. seems to tit into the whole scheme of farming as a utilizer, to the best possible advantage, of many of tho farm products that would otherwise be a ularway atxtut the f&ft Tjrsaa OpLRA ly ntm MvHM' -- I'XO rWbjf Vsittio w jtt MI-- K5l Hwmmm m1.WU-:SFS. M.'jibbkr.'ir.ri .vt " total KLWfimKLW.V I ' Spirit gears of a cream separator '' , JiWWWW.WWWWw Er Sm. . ! 1 g -- Far-toei- V one-fourt- long service It must contain the highest qualit) of material and workmanship and be designed to .iccouipli.-- h a i thorough separation of cream and skim , milk without tearing itself to pieces. Spiral cut gears are now used in the best separators because they run smoothlv and prevent jarring, loose or They unsteadj motion, or back-lasdo this because they have four teeth in mesh where spur cut gears have one tooth in mesh at a time. The slightest jarring or unsteady motion In tli eg ears w 111 be transmitted to the bowl and will cause it to vibrate and do poor work. Hence, the value of smooth-runninspiral gears can easily be appreciated. The quality of material used In making the gears will materially affect the amount of wear they will stand. d Tough, Iron Is the best material for this purpose as it wears smoothly and does not grind or cut. The shafts, spindles, and frame of a separator are among the most expensive parts of the machine and should be protected from wear as much as possible. In tho better gradeof cream separators, phosphor brono bushings are used to protect the frame and operating mechanism. This is a very metal which does smooth, not cut the parts moving in it. It Is slightly softer than the steel shafts and spindles which move in it, and consequently bears the burden of wear. Herein lies its value as tho bushings can be replaced at a very small cost whereas it would he a considerable expense to replace the shafts, spindles, and frame. The bowl spindle or neck bearing of a separator is one of the features a farmer should carefully investigate. The purpose of .this bearing Is to keep the bowl properly centered and to prevent shocks or vibrations from being transmitted to the bowl from the gears. This bearing to be satisfactory must be strong, simple, and free from the necessity of difficult adjustments. The fewer parts the bearing has the better, providing, the parts arc properly made. 'of the water dilution Every farmer naturally wants a sep- methods of cream separation. This arator that Is easy to turn. By all shows that with the ordinary farmer mean a separator should bo easy to who Is milking ten average cows, operate, and many of them are, but figuring butter at the market price, unfortunately for the purchaser this will save more than the prico of a quality Is often secured by building separator in a single season. It not the machine light by sacrificing only Is economical from the Htand-poldurability. It Is poor business sense of obtaining more of the butter to buy a light, fllmsily constructed fat from the milk and other methodii separator simply because it is easy to of cream separation, but makes it turn. Such a separator will not stand possible to utilize the milk before It lup under the work for a long enough has undergone the action of detriiperlod to be a profitable Investment. mental bacteria, to which It is very Milk as It comes from the cow Is one susceptible. Every farmer know of the purest articles of food, but It Is that milk as It comes fresh from the 'rjlso very easily contaminated. There- separator is In the mast wholosome fore the separator bowl must be kept condition for feeding young pigs and in a clean, sanitary condition. Don't young calves. g Judge the qualities of We hear a great deal said nowadays a separator by the number of pieces about maintaining the fertility of the the bowl contains. What Is Infinitely soil. We all know that if grain la more Important Is the construction of sold direct on the market that we the parts. A plain, smooth surface U deplete the fertility of the land very easily cleaned, whereas, lutrlcatecrev-ice- s rapidly. The next best system of and corners are hard to get at and farming is stock raising for meat prowill often be improperly cleaned. duction, and the best of all systoms In selecting a separator do not be for maintaining the productivity ot misled by tho price. Those who try the land, and at the same time reap to sen a machine ana use as tneu profits therefrom, Is dairying not trongest argument Its low price, often selling the whole milk but selling use this argument because they have buttor only. io other. The man who isselllnglow- Only by following some system of riced machines Is making just as farm accounting can we know these man wiio sells a things and be able to weigh In Ilia nuch profit as the ilghgrademachlneatasllghtly higher balance the returns from each field rice. Tui inference ts lu the quality from each kind of stock and fi f tham&chtuu. .......... every farm. operation. , .. . h. g close-grainet d lM)-acrone-eightnt easy-cleanin- Putelltcs Don't you think whose only language Is his squeal of disapproval and his sturdy grunt of he's a wonderful actress? Mr. Barnes Tormer Suty. Wnr. satisfaction. He saves where others waste, and makes his living by rooting has been on the ttagu for SO jtum around sometimes In places where and hain't had a divorce ret. wanted, sometimes not. If there U WHAT DID HE MEAN? anything within reach that he likes i he usually finds it and proceeds to make good use of the opportunity without any manifest concern or excitement. He seems to make It his business to look after small things, even the holes in the fence If tho outside looks'morc Inviting. Profitable farming Is becoming more and more a business proposition In which It Ik necessary to look after the small things and to use to the beat advantage every opportunity to produce more economically. The lest lljll and most profitable farmers have adopted s.v stems of farm accounting, or, In other words, they have become liookkeepers, have kept such complete records as to enable them to determine which fields were profitable and which were not. To begin with, it is not absolutely necessary to follow up all little details, but it Is a good plan to do so as completely as possible. If we were to go Into a manufacturing plant, one of the first things to The Judge No. my conscience do- Impress us would le the system of n't hurt me when I glvo a man a life doing things and the strict principles sentence. If I'm sure of tils culfL Uul of economy that are followed. All I supposo )0urs does? products that can be used for other Tho Preacher (lovtwlo you mean? purposes are saved, pronerly stored, Tho Judge Vhy.)ou sentence and used when the time conies. .At many Innocent men for l!fo and tnoa the end of each mouth, and possibly collect a fee for doles It. each day, the manager knows the NO WONDER exact status of affairs the amount of stock on hand, and the quantity of finished product readv for the market. Every part of a great machine isi numbered and each must be accounted for. If the same unsystematic methods were practiced in factories as are used on some farms, they would soon loso their Identity with tho world's progress, and iK'come nothing but idle monuments to some man's failure. On careful consideration it Is plain to see that- - with fanning it is as important, if not more so, to keep dotinito and strict records of all expenditures of time, monej and labor. The space alloted to tills article will not permit a detailed explanation of all the possibilities of an accounting system on the farm and what it will accomplish, but carefully kept records will bean Index finger to point the farmer to loop holes through w hlch the profits are now slipping. He would know which are the profitable fields; which arc the mo-prollt 1. M. P. Cuntus I had a bard Urn producing crops; which cows were boarders, that he might at the end of this morning to make u man take StO. Gootz Dunn You don't nayl Who the season sell such animals to pay their hoard bills; he would know was- bo? M. whether he was utllhlng his hore owe film I. Cunlus My tailor, and I $100. power to the best possible advantage. In this connection it might be said A DEFINITION that one of our foremost universities e has Just found that on a farm, equipped with six splendid head of work stock, the average dally labor per horse was only a little over three hours for the entire year a very small average I abor record, Indicating a lack of efficiency. Well kept accounts would unable us to determine the most satisfactory way of utilizing our dairy products. Experiment Stations have found that the cream separator reduces the Ios h of butter fat per cow to that of the deep sotting; of the shallow pan, and s from this all but artistic animal, loss. We can draw a very valuable lesson J li?HHB 1 1- "Wbat'a a 'chaser.' pat "An afterthought, my dear." NATURALLY WttW KLvUtt jgejjP' "t3fW' IisGr rSink rrL9hMnkv sWCvr7 Wj'a K ) This world Is but a fleeting show. And taere'a not man But wunU to see as much ot tbe Performance as be cau. yt ,V fJHlM.t " tK H' tor iH.. .... gtek that will nlwaya yloVl' a Inrwr Incmna tluin mongrel, ruwl tho pure-bro- il HAVE LADIES BAND AT VINE GROVE, KY. "- ' - The Pool of Flame LOOIS JOSEP1 VANCE tHostraties'a h Ellsworth Br Ta (topright 11, by Louis Joseph Vetwe XXVII.- l,k CHAPTER - MDnnr said O'Rourke without looking up from the occupation which had engroaaed his attention for the taat three houra; and for the firat time la that period he spoke audibly, making an end to the mumbled confabulation he had been hold Ing with himself, a Marrams Guide, a Bradehaw, an Indian ratlwar guide, severa.1 steamship folders and a targe colored map of the Indian empire. ' DannrT" iil'9. W DaUnjr thought laboriously. " 'Twas this morn' we lift th' Ranee, sort . . . Thin rettlddr was Wednes- ..." it "Sl ' day" "And today Thursdajr, be logical progress of reasoning, eh?" "Aw, ylss, sor." .( .yv "And what's the time?' Dnnnjr consulted O'Rourke's watch on tho bureau. "A quarter av twllve." "Thun bostlr yourself, yo lazy icood. foruotulng, and pack up me things." "Aw!" cried Danny, czpostulant. ' "Our tralti leaves at two. To have nn hour and a half." "Aw, but yer honor. Is ut no rlst at jilt wo'll Iver be havln'?" 'To can rest on the train," said "I've Just ten days left In O'Rtitirko. which to reach Rangoon, where I've an appointment to keep with a lady, Danny, to wit, Madamo O'Rourke. D'ye mind her, and do yo blauio mo, Danny?" Danny becamo suddenly extraordinarily busy. "Why did ye not say as much to begin with, yer honor?" he complained. "As if I wouldn't work stumps we hands to the av thlm. . . ." "'TIh now Thursday noon," "continued O'Rourko thoughtfully. ''The two o'clock train's scheduled to land us In Calcutta at ten Saturday night. At eight Sunday morning a steamer leaves Diamond Harbor for Rangoon, passage dcheduled for a of throe days. That'll leave us a o leoway, barring accidents. Hut we've 1.0 time to waste." "Out bow'll we be catching ttiot nteamer at Dl'mlnd Harbor, sor? How fur's that from Calcutta, now, an' will there bo thralna at that hour av the fair-weathllt-tl- producing If tlmo am Im given 1t nelictlm ittvl to lira fiilo of piw, alituk.4 (ir titock fur brtfdlng tiuriHWJ. AJIKIIiaN VpVli IHMT. Always .try to' Improve tho breed ly fHwtliig tlto finest blrifei for tlio liroud- n In yuril, Tlio of ofio breod out of the llt of over 100 HtaivUnl-brefuw dupcroU on tli; ca.ro anil uttoutlon wldtfi thoy are in roentvn ami tlio jilawi lit which they arm itn bo kopt. l'or vw production alone .tlra McHtorr-mccla will lo found profitable. They are lightweight, iionous birds tint us u tulonrc ;flno i.i)ur. Tlny nro poor mother anil too tbln to lie c'ixjK'.l with jic il'vdru-b- l table fowls. Tlio.- - birds uru jxmit- lar on tho Urge irg farm tlij,t ure nclcn,tirvally run and equipped wth lln uiiliatois ami hrowlem. lor tho average Poultry rubor who kecpi a fejw fowls In lib back yaml, and tlw farmer wlshiw ilmtli eggs iirul meat, the American ola-'f- l b limit delrnJilr. Tho i? production b good and tho ftrwlsnrc bloat for itho table ami command tlio hlghsiU prices In the marketv Tlwy nre good nuith'Trt and as a whole arc layrto raise. n Among tho birds of this class re l" mouth Itockx, Wyandotte; U1iihI- - Inland reib, IXimlnliiio.s anil Javas. The Orpingtons, .while not In this diss, but In tin Knglbh clas are also desirable fowls. In uillltlon to this, there arc also many other classes and blnls. each Jiavlm; soma illstlncth'- - iiualltlus, but is u rule not suited to the avcriuro jioultry talscr. il 1ck Iwivn i pmHIilllty juwcnl .tlimw tlto liuvmm of Only Organization Kind in of the This State. Tlluj JJIIaiibetlitown ays; Jho Mirror loilU9 Concept lkitut, of Vino tlrovie is Raining iulto a reputation ns a nuislc.1 organization, juul has made to play for a number of fains onfl tlwr public gatherings this siuramT, Tho .band waa organized Ju-- t no year affo njid is comoil of lxtecn fcvllos of tho bevrt timUUvi of rfho Orove. It b t,ho oily band In tlw State whlose mn bors aro tiiomon. A handsomo nw uniform Jia.s Jiwt been purxsluiseil wililth will bo worn for tire first (tlmo not Satur day nlht when tho laid wll lay for an ntrtalnm',ii,t (it Koinio.sda)'e, Ki. Other cng.iramnts of tho Uuwl to date nro aa follows: July tth at a hUi nar- baouo at Irvlnston; nt tlve yinp?on County Fair, KrankUn, K&:, and at tlm Scottsbuw, Did., iboth of wMsli take p.Uu.vc Jn Auunwt; aivl i'no at t,he combig Ilardtn County I'Talr. Tlio band waa Uglily pom,pllm'flited recently by the LouUvAlle BoonUjrs iwilian thoy visited The drove, and a p,lcturo of the iband appeared in The "joulsvlllo Tlinej in oannoctlon with intlier scenes wltnussjod by the Uoosters on ,tliotr rlp PICNIC 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 advertise your picnic. '' MA.VAUINU CHICUVS. tlieolitekxiuut of itlio wet wrais In the 'arly nuirnlnx. It Is not tho wt foot that do the hann, but tlio fmitlim . Iep wt Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORI A FOR THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 4 Hartford, -;- - , Kentucky. nlghtr -- s up, Danny There's only forty miles between the two places, and If there's or no train, we'll charter A motor-ca- r a boat down the Hugbll. - . ." The iattor expedient O'Rourke finally adopted, although be could have afforded u comfortable night In a hotel at Calcutta, bad he deemed It wise. Hut In the llfty-slhours of unmitigated aweltorlng that he and Danny endured in their flight across India he had leisure to think matters over very carefully, with the result that, all things considered, he felt Justified In 'assuming the world to be In league against him and In shaping his course accordingly. Therefore It were unwise to permit himself to be seen and recognized In Calcutta, or even to linger on the soil of India an Instant longer than absolutely necessary. Within an hour, then, of his arrival, at Howrah, he had, by dint of persistence and rupees, succeeded In hiring a launch to take him from, the terminus by water to the steamer at Diamond harbor x "That's to be dealt with as It turns (To be continued.) Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR A I The Poultry Yard. ;! BUUUDINQ OTOpK. ' Ono xf tlio Iojvjo Bourcoa of Jncouio fror fuw ' oultry raising ilurlntf tho ivist phlcks yiarM lia- - loon fro,m i5S. Uay-iofor and atocjc for bruedlng iiurtVJ. ilcfi. atocjc prliitf wlillo OSes from to from $1 o 10 a Hottlrw f Uilrtu fifteen cwks. Famclens owning bUk-liavo llttlo troblo In oUtuJn-limuch lamrer pntoos. Xivory mxmm .binds aro sold thouaiivlt of at from 5 to .12 ff(pUo, juid where several hundrt idollans luivo (beau paid tor u sliVBlo bird lire iot .unicuiumou, rullsbloodtsj utility fowls, thait for or. dlimry pu.ruio.sta aiw as aood as iprlzo-wi- ii fll iibitf fawlti from utility Mbindjtoliit, for $1 to fS, acoordlntf to tho ru,lo tlw great iiaJ.orlty who poulU-aro tiot Interested Jn atoclt, Up Bjiendlntf aUtUaimoro num. y lu tup iliw they piay flcuio pure-ibrtid K J w dilcka un nuik thU uuo scrub slojk ibrJnsa only niarkot is, fra'ii , fM I- - atnalu-"Vtitl- very juusy, ou. Jlu,b your eyes, xlcar reader, and from a new stand point take a Rood, Btoody fresh look ut life. "Now.'' That Is the way tho Word puts It. Today, tomorrow and through all this mortal staso of life Wo Ke Imperfectly, what? dark! through a Klass. What Is ltxthat we sea? Not only tho familiar surroundings of thLs life, but tho reaJltlos of tho llfo to come, In part, iwirs In dim levlew us. Do not reject tills sUitomont until you have looked carefully Into tlio subject. This may outvd ptrange to you, dear reailer, but If you will compel yoursulf Into a proper realization of tho mysteries of tho "Now," you will besln to reall7.e that the mysteries of the "Tlien" are also Involved. We look forward with wonJer and doubt upon the llfo to come, not properly considering tluit llfo ntw Is real'y tho llfo to wme already In dovolopmunt nnd progress, aiul nut knowing, ome of us, that a uyatein of philosophy lias ilontf been iheld iby em'.nent thuikers which thrawa our uiotual oxLstcnco now as much Into doubt with which skeptic would regard the life to come. Thero Is nothing real: All that wo see, or think we pee, exists only In tlio Imagination; po say tho UarjieJ, metaphysical, philosophical fools. They do not oven stop to help us out of tho dilemma whence comes tlio imagination? To be sure, dlsombodled. angollo, splr. Itual llfo as wo now poutemplato It, scorns passing strange, but It Is perfectly natural for tike wonder dud enchantment to lto In the distance. What tun Only One Mother. bo moro wonderful, If wo only liavie tho You have only ono niotlier, my iboy. dlvino gift, tlio loet's eyes to secithan Whoso heart you oan e'adden with Joy, this present llfo? Wo are cheated and Or cause It ,to acho deceived If wo sao It not. Wo eha'.l Till rmily to break-- So look (back upon life as wo now live it in churUli tliat mother, tni- - boy., tho tody, with as much iwonder us we now look foiiward upon llfo as wo shall Vou have only ono mother wlvo avIII you throiwhoodan,d tliroufflilil, then live out of tho body. There Is Stick to only ono life, one stage being a part And love you cUliougli and a prophecy of that .which Is to sucTlio world Is our foo ceed. You and I, dear .readier, liad a tSo euro for that lo over aUU. ' bolng before wo lmd a l)lrth( and existYou Jwivo only one mother to rnay ence In the one stage Is no more ,wotid;r That In tho troioil .path youmuy stay; fu1 or real tliun In the other. So ahall Who for you won't ajiaro llfo go on up the acailo of continuum dQvolopiuent, tho wonder of our QxUteii'S rare' So worslilp aur iiuother ulway. If we are not watchful, always flylni; backward to tho "Jand of Utitle eoplo," You Ivivo only orvo jnothor itu( inoke or forward Into tho Invisible and angelic, X Jioiiiu over wot for jiour aako, Seo to it, my friend, tliat you are not Wlio tolls Jay and nlgilut robbed of the true meaning and liipof-tnjvc- e Kocyou iwltli delWht- -( of tho "No,w." Tlio now with evTo liobiiir all jxilns ever take. ery nun is the tdilp's length prc&sing You ha,ve on'y onematlio r to mUs upoji tlw deep luvd stormy pea of life. When she lias diuante4 fnom this; How Important tlmt she bo well mannSo1 lovo and novere no,w, ed and her hull kept intact That' itnotliAr wlillo ihere "Now is tho day of salvation." ' Today, Suinctliuitf you won't Kiiow lier dear Was, hear.. Mo wonder that many subtle thooilos Youhavo only ono mother Juat ono, sprlnu; ui among tho modltatlvo and ltomoiubor tliat always, imy ou. thoughtful, for whon we como ito wlu,t Niono con or will do' U called maturity, and the myatery of Wliut alio has Cor you, life Is In any degree peaiotrated or real ized, experiences and sansattbris como to $100 wioa tald At a UtiUiiut ito .Hcnry CVvy. in the soul which cannot bo tlefluqd. rrhcre, Now OiJ.vi.ns In Uri. Miijlrty costly tor aro mumeuts when lutprcasloivs ome to thusos with atiOiiu,(Ji or Indies, us as If they were voices of a previous or tlon. To d.iy pooplo tiyiWy wJieno uso Dr. existence. Vokvcs from tho long-agdays KliHg'a New I.lfo i'llls Cor tlioso tinxibles down tlio pnopliotlu galleries of as wall lu liver, kidney and biwcl and years to come. Who lias jiot jroalU- 1'Usy, aatlJ, s,iir.'. Oitly 25 uts at od aomathlng akin to this? And whence A.U Urutfi-WtX strange laiprcsslona? come the It v Top-ilre.con-sld- fr -' Tlw Incubator U much letter tlmll tho hen for liatelilnir chicks. It iiinvui't breeil lice, mvl the hlck,s obtain a wood start In life. Tlio market has never yet locnoer-Mtockv- il ,wlth if.vnl broilers. Much of tho sWyk comhis Into tho simrkvt Is of tlio lmllfferent kind. IJvi.il a warm rain b harmful to ynunu .hlck-s-. So" that thiy have .shelter that o to durlim-the can ipitcVy lieuv ilimvi'M, , The ouuloor brooder at thLs tlmo of the jear shouW ,b In tho direct ra.s of th jtim. Under an annlo tree Is a Rood iilace. If no trota are available use a imixltn frame owr the browler. From now on fWht lice Poultry's wore enemy, tho caitw of .stunted chicks, s'uwty innUirlivK fowls and many Ills. They are eer jiresmt, If not they soon wilt r the poultry yard and runs with slaked lime and plow It under, and urow a cmji 'Iko corn, that maki nj rmk Rrowth and neisls cultlvvvtliw. Keep tho will sweet and many Ills w.lll be avoided. , Itenow the jlrlnklac water often now tho .weather Is warm. Keop ithe drluklli fountains char. A guod ttff bnuli cleans them host, nnd it Is easily curried when watering. Iont make tlw mistake Unit any water Is tiod enuiiKh for poultry. (lve them water you twou'd fit to drink oursolf. As tho chicks ikixiw, be sure tliat there are not too nwny In the' coons. (Thin out tlio flocka often to avoid ovcncruwdlim- a fault imlulswl In by even tho mow jwultry rnlir, and wlilcli always retards growth. Seo tliat tho onnprs for srowlnir ldeks have Jilenty of .ventilation. ,TJiey auffer from heat tho name as tlio human race, and nucd the when It can be Take out ,tho floss anjt cavo the front open. Life's Now. tH?H?-!Hllfo pours Its cumulative rosutta from ona stage over Into another, might they not arise" from the exercise of undeveloped childhood faculties In Infancy and and ' from which passed from ,tlie consciousness .wltli but tho Uilnklng nnd the dreaming, which left a strange ami tmaccountab'o Inqiresd upon the brain 1 Or iV they come to meet us from the Immortal fuIn the ture, like tho rushing streets, whoso tsmocs ,we shun on the left, como unexpectedly upon us fro-tho right? As this may be, when wo roocji the period of full faculties ami begin thought fully to consider; wo often feel as If wc had oume by .uuconfplous eteps, or as If we liad droamed ourselves Into tlfo mldtt of strange and unaocountable surroundings Llfo seems to be a fraginent of some grand whole, all of which we grasp. Life, truly, is real, now today awfully real or ten thousand broken, wounded spirits; but even the realltleJ of today are hung .with the drapery of mystery and wonder, tomorrow th? are gone and only exist as creatures of memory. We stand noways In the mysterious "Now" with tho long shadows of meonory and lvope nvut and photograpi ed at our feet, Word and Works. U S s ? ;Hw4''" POSITIONS GUARANTEED Poeltioa if you Wjy.4?.,?H.APANTE&Tyu a many more etu once eupply the enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we number of students this offer will beset tho required withdrawaT So write at once for particulars. Jint' life strange to you? pjrpetu.il, Is not, It must be commonplace thltwr with l.su'1 It a PTOj?re.H.slve,mlraculous my.s'.ery If a amo. VT. rKlMOirAC SCHWARTZ BUSINESS COIiLEGE , mooaros&zao IJOUISVItiliE, mtabusbbd iaq KT, ie BBr M 8ereak VtiaHbMUMtaUiUUiUaV rJlUohll011 VVrMfto-otar fV tooer. SatlitaeuaasMrutead CoUecBe" NM. fcrntt Mw Bubw. 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JJM fl nUJi - Jj.jaBuahel Extra Early Alaska New Early Gradus J5.J0 Bushel Horsford'a Market Garden . 13.50 Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express km Bushel Lettuce, Radish, Tomato and a full llae of Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growinf prlctsV senator complete cauioeue or sudibii a 11st your requirements and willquote pneea. Buy direct from the grower Save Money, r Write today. Mention this paper. IttSlKkketSt., ... .... H. W. BUCKBEE tKkfaraStrsFtrsu. , GRANT GAVE HIM COURAGE k. scarrtVa THE BkAAAsfll cil Captain Under Fire for the OVER S YEARS' EXPERIENCE First Time Was Badly Frightened. Ta.l.r8 k i lOTjTE Anyon Mndlnf a sketch and description may quicsir ascertain our opinion free wbtther an luTeiition is prooanir patfhtablsu Communlr tlonastrietiyoonlldentuiL IfllNOMW onTatents viii irvo. uium ueney for aeounncpalat Patenu taksn tnrouih Munn A Co. rtostve rprciai noiKf, wiuront voarws, In tha NEW 3 rNOT MAOHINC OF , sEwma QUALITY. t ( One of General Grant's newly appoint- ed staff officers had never been In anv sartous engagement. But almost ,the fliyU day that lie nuponted to Qrant ho .was placed under fire of the ivottost and most severe kind. The qcrcaming of tho balls, tlio roaring o,f tho cannon a,nd tho sliarp crack and rattle of tho fuuskotry thoroughly demoralized him. lie became absolutely sick and paralyzod iw.lth fear, He was so weak Xr,om nervoua excitement tliat ho iost pl)slcal control over himself. General Grant camcup at ,the very all max of his fight, and, nqtlclng his pale face, hU blue lips and chtatterlng tooth, he eoild; "Captain, you are (lightened. That U natural enough. You will Suppose," oqntluuqd (Grant, irot over It, "I should oomo to you with a tut containing nlncity-nln- e white beans and ono black bean would bo .vory (good? iWell, thrust your iiand into the hat at a pick out the black bean; do you think your chance of getting that black bean would be very goad? Well, your viianoo for being lilt under .this ftro Is no greater tjutn your civauce f or knowing the 'black bean." This officer ut omce took heart and from then on lie novur showed the slightest bju of ifoar. Ufoj "The Vulture' Claw" la full of Christianity, compllcattoas comedy, romance and tragedy and written by Itev. C. F. reWlmberly, who held tho Mothodlst vival la Hartford recently. 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WILSON i vr In f ti mln- niir-w- WiM'm 'h thi Mm utu - of Min.vt y wrtt ' nVn.ywl mwfcillt t.lvn ronn,l-- .ttfiMtiii of iii w On the Diamond. 1ih(t imptAvinvrt t'nrluvl ovr th prvv'is (Onlmi't from Clrs.1 pie" ) mlrsr. o th l"st tjitnu Im hn 'loin In too ffokl of Miuwtlnn. twntyHra WMn Mr. Wilson, yrw of wVs fl on Mum tor, tin wsUnoy of J'rlixmtrm In r nomination 1110 to nrtA tlv-wiis a of Nw iTs-,triliiry " If'1' flskniwo at th "hoolrmtM In )Vltlrj " Mr. Wilson wi.s rluitod bv a plurality of HiijO voVvs wnl iHTcnm" ttwi (lnt wlnkh Nw .bf'y JrT(n.rH' lwl hwl for lx,ty-- ym.r U win fr r lv fr Gov-riv- y, rJ Ooyi-rno- r mvurpltiK vlf.tfirv In a Xbitfl that hi I loji ron.sKfnjt.ly hostile to pr!nlpW that brought thfl fonnw lftt; prrflld.nt prominently Injo nnfloi-ni- IWirnoqiVillo r. 1 irUU v Thin platform oji w1ik.li ho run Ms ipartv to tlo nrvitmiit oW-tln- j1rU of i reform t, i comiMuiUon Jaws of Hip StaAn wliliMi of Abo woirtd make llrrrt iunvlrui,t lorrs possible, corrupt pnaotkr.s net nnd i public intlll- tWs rfimirtlmlon bill. Iji iRUltlon a law wis nuthor. woman's I.01K muntljfilltps ici iwdopt filon form of snvernmont tssd romml"- h as w'll In as k ktVjuiI ohor nvunMrs of iKr-oVmnfitT While Jil Ah otitaln-Ip- pssiH of UtfUft mnnuri srv- - 1 V brlnif Jlm more promlr. ntlv ! to ob-tai- n f'lTfi Itii n.'iit.lyi U whs JiIm II iMjaxtln thif lotlon of Ia,m-to to .tAw IJnlUid SUtes .Senator John Kifin wlAoh prolribt MMWKkyipryaid ni',tn,tlon Mk Oowrnor In h. iin ti thn .Vow I pr,e-oJ(- ,f Hon Wllwin In I T bos ("V l of t'io rtvn Uie tlnlw. "Th SHUiO wl'l l5 itlve Uic iirnly Ir , lwlfir of Wh.Ti Jnnra KmlUi, Ui StMo "iH'f bilfie" vvblrli nornlrvvte 1 loy. ,VlUoti, IK It li kTiown aftnr tbs tjwit lie lie """ olfio'ion uVtVi1 tfcit Um (Jovurnor fi.pifiMwl Srit' foml re itiIh l'.. ,i,'l t it v. hiis" of Mr. In Mn.rl(iif, Mki .iri'll-o- oliosn ''4Isiii tlio jM'jMir vcm bljt fi'wbt iirltnarv i,rai Goods, rfhon, In Alilllnery bus!nMs Obithlni; nrwl i the trtirfin v,"i!t hut th" to o Ir Hnrtfonl, Ky Splindld IVI-n ulhrcrfs tWimil th(U ilw ii.l mini profitable buslnm. Will un jncrtlv ' hulfil" h the I ictus of Il"iumut 11 it n. o'l dUooiint. (Jo mI IxUir . i '"im nitJ- "imwhliu" In Alii NfW i loan Dim I. without tJiq usimj tiinount jipPiHliltiiUiiil pilmirUvx the J of dead sto. k If Int,r,t''d, tt'm us jirjtrkrvnl ),i winlli,l lo-- t jiopj-lirit- y promptly. tiy sw Wis Till ww rtulti-- it litJiirs. h ir7Kl (i.,iri!it Wlkui rfn'l 1 1V tn tlii" fiWilwlitiT'. Citriyit iii-- f In runny l" iitoM wiiM t,lnit l'ie iry ' r v i i or ImiiI n nnbiike for tils J. tili W "1 Htntvs Iws wtsli him. rvoM t b" rouil of tn jipt of i Uvfry nvrtt.liin of thi itkim n' Uiir ttc hnws jnrnb. vn ir. v.l'l numb-- r i,Wy UvU of lmjnlin,ll fflis fonl'A buebnil m.ij?n..r, ( l '.inlii."' Clirtt,i of Liw far Iwlow tlio .tit. In Hnrtfonl AiittinHy w o'mh to Ivupc r'mV''l irntltorrnl to wrttnss tlun mm blwrnn Jl "It U of oirr" Oimpfortlmic to krow i arl Mcllrnry, Tilts was tlwi isn IT'K Wwm fwi. that Am" In llrtrtftinl Abts iwin turn n ilNrni)iln nuinfior of hvn klU! iM.ms for "vry ntlWon tows of vrii mtno.l, but Uw kiiw old time "jiit.linlfTifm w u lo-v tin minlfctsl Jlf UT.I thiht for Tllwi worn (viaIi tnk'n t of ttv" osirjli itnof 0JS0I .. Ifioflln t.... Total I tons of vwl T.M le m tmpr,oKnii'n(t In .MnHrt-ir- y 0 H I n 0 " l...,TtJ f ihojrt tint wvth'n w rlht Mlrnrllon. will or fifth Irvrilnrf lloy Hr.ru II ai i iic In th th arrwit in lnprrimi,m In th rflinyon IfofUn plnr. Win" (lMiblnl on ami i il i of Hi niimbr of m i k,HI"l j"r l.rO of l"lnu bit In Uii IkHvl by a Mt'i I bill, rioihrt Kin. if Uro Hvrtf' I mn mployisti lth t"o tivim, ww MuhsUtutvl, but waj not In "Tii Itnrpiu U In hiU-lr?trim whrn It .Stoto tlvi tnspirtorn.iV mine Trm liom run In tbe .Ulnl by rjilrm fiml wltji Hip mln- - opmitors In nn n to tnW nuny of ttie illfClotiU for tfrifltn w,ii.s raie of the Infriytln .mln. fvitun problims pontioptl Ihe 'to ! Th f.n.s and playw n.tiP-'"'In thU country. In tn' Ing iirH"orxa.lly aurxl .tht all of T'tnrplro ftr tnrri ftffirt ni',1 Uii nbnv t2n-ojamtij In iti-- spirit In th- cl.(trrmi-mtlo- n Htmt'r'ji rlrnUVirut wrtrn on "tbo Th attnrrncn i - CIIl.VN HKAT IT K)Fi HOMB. MWKBT to brlnn .i,bout littT corwlt.Um tto-- t In t!Js thrrf In .xl JIOMK snrMns n"M of tlv tntisnv'n. No brwn' h brought fimth chinn from Uio MihikuiLi of livlustrv In thl country U 'on o 'iul to iy 1. S lbs toll i. of Airts V.liv n l thn i.ti monomlc this fttiout him. TaH advcr.Uvim'-ni- t nil this Itylustry "n mln,lnr Industry. piuhnl, w mr 'V A mnionvnt Is n n,tlfantnr tnis n,fvT l" plTfi"'' I Hartf,onl will tav- an up V H lmportn,nt until, throub park and tl" twlf,tit (ti.niotp'ir tvun ohinus, Improvonvnt ''n thl conomi Kwp t.h bill In Wectocn Kntunky possIbV. t.J- - Ls Wlonfi Kolns, f,"Hos. THU would ' It w.t- - ffirlv In ID Uiflit the T1 Tal bmlivsw man Jn a jtroat il nl to Jts IrwesUirtMniiof th t covornnvrKt bt'-our town. .N) oaus of Tilnn dUastecs fol'jowln A.s uitu.il aWr tlio Bin- - wirnc tiblef rw.rl ellmix of aoollnt. In UT. mail? a home run with a. good Kill Hftf. tor I1)" jmkI tlio fillov,)ln, y'HM ts i Un wls th'' Iivvt. follow,: Thisy who p.i.nt.l'lirf,,"l In t! Ka'iV) thlrtyme lmntlrl arnl nln', l7. wnrv. IV.r Mclltnry, Tlorp. Srol h IV I k ory 1 d )von mn klll'il, or I W In pron, WJLson,AmViron, (" HmiVi Mi2-domployl, WillHuns nwl Krriil.i.11 I'm Il'ifl n tortv-nln- o lmrwlroil arwl liS, tjvprvty-fou- r Chlnn, IlrailMraw, Chumliwijun I!l MIVI, or 111 In jvyry l.Ou" em. 'ind K't. Uharit. Nn.no-- , IVrtur HloWd an olil tlrrn- - bill plu r A. C. IViter hairi(lr;l nml s,Ufy Yft, Vventy-sAtucar, . nvho wui llnod up wltli HeClln - In o,vrv !,') 'n. iTzzi.r:-ri.N- D II win rMi-ntrolsht klll'tl, oiilntisi: i til! riht ft irjwli'r. xi pt ii ploi'iil; s.nrrhV-,1I. i cjun- - to running n Lut i vir's tornfjeld ISIft, twenty rttsjtif hundred wl tlllrty. ny.r mind w hal a ball u.imc. ffiilr tnn killed, or Sl In oory ,in) i isforo tti'i ciLrrvo mm) uuiio (lienrl t'i For Sale. nifvnl In iMnllonry wlmil"i oonWdor 1911, twunty-flvlkiinlri-i- l nnd sovon-t-e- n xpr droit blu lo box Suit xl)- '- - Hr J ISrrt t!v Knmr , lnit the Il'flln bunuli man killed, ir 1 71 In ori-rfimlly, restaurant or too nimr How vor. In ttie hIvUi (nn,fc!oyd oo.s Will soil olieop Ste XV II Ilir.E. Alie Mln mado fim I'.lf tr.irlfir.t Kf ntnj- unnsy yvir i I w lllirmt Wm. TIkti wms I Trym wood Jmnoli of fan fr,im I WHUs HrfWn, of IInin, iw .tli toainn ajwl roally h was more In'nrc it I l.i I tljii n.mn Uisin Ivls won Mluo w aloivn rvvr It's a Rare Chance! n mw-l- Vr ft-- st I1al ' yr fry J 1 nft yo-i- r t-- o wrkr' tm, . dior oil - el o. Pv' w7 a - Our customers are getting the benefit of the low prices on our We Merchandise. are preparing to quit business and are certainly moving our stock in splendid shape. Are you getting the values we are giving? Come to us for We bil f'l anything de- in our line. will save you moyou nice, i neyand will furnish ery pendable Merchandise, too. Let us fit you with a pair of our Shoes. It is nice to save from 50c to $'.00 per pair and get better shoes, too! ( ' -- I'--11 H s 1 -- fl " f- jj' r-- i ilin r(lvl Weill fvi'.ablUhml For Sale. Iry Only sivnn Innlnas It wre played ws lntnd'l bo)r Mknt Um llArttoi-- ,tn.n iMiTfl 'Julti PINCHECO. Thj friends of JIi il uiti l hur a fine blrUii dinr iloy of old InnV Barnard 6c ir Co, - wj (Jo-iti- iu two ibi w.li'w If rK ivt'iv Simllh iirMl list.rU t hWn. lanr.i Nuont Of tlio fiMt mule a twftmy-l!twanf.(y-fotht ir lIic fluJit ;i,Kiibt ilil'nn,Vi U I! iltliiMim, wrc (I iv Ijtc'I tit Wilson. Mr. lohn ln.i. Jlmdjiv PALO. Willis niid to lliintfonl of im s'lo'ikl f'Viy Uie winning first sunn". lAVnw tuy .rain m.i.s onr oaune 'if not p'mylru; the jncond irimi- A' ll"CUn boyn iy thoy want Kit ome Uiix M.ri Hartford Hnrtfonl bo.?i to ioti ' iy W!tl MM I' in j did not win the 'ww. i:,vi:.vai:d & co yut It bad i fin" of filr riKi'irH t' n' did t.b'ilr eurt woll Pay Your Taxes. Tin Hnrtfonl biwdull ui;rK.itlon hm Tixoi a k niic this y vir Nor li.i-- s II (ir Jj12 ar now due, and not we ire rin ly to rocnu Ktirif. iv ui on T II ISI.ATK, .v St"vi us, of li'uvi'r Iun, w--a pr s lit Tht unmt would not have btr'n I7tf Sh'rlff Ohio County. i - - .Mrs years St'ji-ens- and and tin- - mothr t. of W is S s. ' Hartford, Ky. I "m'i fr lst Mr S. T S'i i ns i connyl, firmi r wharlf f of o 11 in a also two ilaiiKtilvrs On n us t' i J I'. Taylor iuvl tlm otli r t of . W. C wife of Tbos.. present Mr. I M 11 Air. I: I.. Tn) lor mill Mil . Mrs llims. I J.im'ji In kwm, Mr ti l in I ulf. , Airs S. T. Willi mis At.s .1 , ' U-- lti-v- lilor ws-r- - ' ilr. I'.ooii Coy on,! fiitnlly. Mr I I'M' Ilownwl .nwl fjuriUv, of Oitiioiil, Mr I'lii Voww Mini fomWy, of Sniiii,.ia.l , M ln?s I'onirrs nnd f.imlly of IViJo, Mi .1. T. Ilbum iijhI fnmliy, of riunnjl il" AV H. Wblto tinI fiinlU, Mi WIVInu Coy aid fiuuSlv mid Alt wiilrw lllms nnd ftuullv Fin ikt th'i liny Jut HiHiiLiy with Hrttrml (5ny mud f,iniV Mr. To.ni Wlbnio, of Nmiimh It. t'. 2 wbi" In oiii midst lust riiimliiLV . HEAD OF NEW CHILDREN'S BUREAU fj$Mf&H&L'jL&' ' 'iiiiiiHi Mr. Hurl Li Mud t tin ,vn-ii- rtp Kihh,1iM HuibiOi Air iiiiliiiiliLV A'oiio jmUUIvik ItirlJrtt nnd fiiiull Kuii.il tv vli lt)j tuvit Tiiiffy Mn. .Mmij (Vi,iririi jind Mis Win J1wuwoi iiIhIUhI iMi. tfXmJii ,Mii,1(ii Ins" HiinVsy l)iilyi ii.uil friiuU, All II. nnd fiinillj, All KK ltiM HWitrjp, AIIhh IVail olid lllmm (i,lnl l)v lllntti took illiiiiiti with .UiIiii ) r .livt und.i Air. O 'PlHT.P WIIH Ift nnd lUs .Mil Cob rn.ui, AIis. C. f T.iM'or. All"" i Char'otU- - 1Vi)loi. Aim C .1 AI Alrn I Stiniuis, tUs Nln i ft iv si Ui-I- h Aire. Alari I!uikv, Alls Pur. Col nun Kfs.s, Alrji iLmcbt ", Airs. T I: Ilkiik ;uul l.iiiK'vti.ix, Alluli and Itiitb, Mrs II) run Ta)ioi , Mia s Hxa, 'Air i ) and Hum T.iIor, Mrs IjMi l'njii--l Alltsn and l LUt,Utli-.M- . irirl AIKs Allnnl. Ilt-lMr AIKs OoliLi Shu ... Jam'A IV ml,, .Mr. and Airs S All Ktien.s, and Mr. (V mlon r itlii to t tlio d ly and of old frbMids Air. I. AI (Jury a form r stil.-n,- t of H.ufotid Colli k but now of l'l un Duu'lni; .11 , Is at h,omi- - now for a visit to rolnthns Air Oai) his numb-- Allss Allnnbi llii'L'oa, of I 'lain IImJIiii; l.i Hi) Is iijio of Hi" prlnoJii,l(.s of the Cot-Lo- u Will y si Iwml for the toiiiln )(tw. Air. K S. Ilow.ilil will IimUm s.Ji.m.1 at No. ID un lul) 8th and w 11 bu .n- - xWn MsaLKK Sf rm Listen! Feel good inourgoodfeeJmg Furnishing Goods lk.'r ail t. lii'. ti) HHNa vf fi W WXwmmml ix wifMWy IHBSKlllr zxfz Vil alstisl by AIIm. Al)tth- - J'iIIijiih, sr fni , Hartford. a ,.Mis S. I". ('..try Ii ls I'ltiiniol lifwno vJi-Lt to hur csm In AllaiouiJ. IUHIIII IMLlMl,li" I wit mow! alv'o nyl Mi. Alii n lukis Moiifluy iiIkIiI. 'Hi mii) nii i m nil pros Jit Hnd I iM ilmd ii ,"oil I llll" ' iiio iiiom Ihiui j;iiid ito Kct Til" llll M )llllllUllll II III' 'llt JHlWis !! 1M I, Jl I II I 1.1 III fH Deaths in Coal Mines. WKi!llnl"ii, Jiik J M'luil til" hlKli Uh In the tiMiUsi finish in.li- hi 0 mliiiyi hits Jivn imnlHid mil I'lffTi.l In IIim (vinfl,,!. nl hi Ih.r of Urn nrflotHWi of tjiu Unit Hi NlubH IMlriiiu i.i-Mlwi- n K.I ?,U t id nb.( lAtlrMw I'lk'urm et' jr.IT d luilij l. i nlni liM 'IViIh uX lira an t,hi' IIuiiiii kVmd In l'in Underwear that "draws," 'Socks too small or too big, shirtsleeves short or long, a collar too tight- - -- furnishings that life miserable. don't "fit" to matter how well your suit fits, your furnishings must also "fit" If you have feeling. that Ve carry, enough furnishings to "fit narrow men and broad men, long men --m- ake "well-dress- ed" mliMj I .lulu js.ll I i Mil, Hhuns lliins niiiiif'kr tlnm 'I u i".ih'.l,ni hi I1"' ,k.l of 'I7 In oiyi vn.i' Picnic Ahead? Don't wear yourself out bi'foie hand with baking. Im ilinlli i,Ui hi l'iU ,wis infill Ui uM) l.oo ciiyiln.n I 1,1m In I'JU wiih .kit. III iu' iiV!Miid III Uh I'm;, Hi," (Lulvil y.ir Ul JlLHlur iivpii of AJIU' kim unliving IU (i i.sii .'I.UiI Just of Ii iviih IIiIr rmi lluil i'oiujiiish iiutlMH l.i-- l Lhit t;ijvviaui'ii;l lo Uiii tiio.iiiittoiii l""l-Ili.tuwiild ii u.yii,'llciii hi l)ui divllll llltc uvl 'thU Viiut tiiili ilH'illol In l.lll liy thy I'lVsttiiii of Hi," lluuviii of ALIniv, LI I l(llil fUlii W"V, l'll in i.lu. 4iunih,.i of mgi Uio ii'iiiil ii r vJiV slmwis i Let the Baker Do the Work! It's a Picnic for Us. We'll Kuaranteo you an enjoyable time bo far as the Bread, Sandwitchcs, Pies, Cakes go AND HOW WOULD A PICNIC GO MIhh .lullii I.nthrop, whom 1'reHldent Tart suloeted ns rhlet of the nowly WITHOUT THEM? liuroau In tlio ilopurtnient u( commuroe nnd labor, bus long iii'Mli'il liuon iiioiiiliicnl In Chicago ami thu country Knerally as a social oconomlat Hlio U an auMOclato of Miss Juui Aililttins In tlio work at Hull House, a mem-bu- r THE HARTFORD BAKERY of tbo llllnolu board of churlllua aud A gradual aud Iruntae t( Vaaaaf W. C. SCHLKMMEB, PllOI'. collet. ,. ,q ... ! . .. . mi. ...- -I .n. and short men. You cannot afford not to wear the best furnishings you can buy. That's the kind we sell. CARSON INCORP.ORATBD. a CO. n ilfatli ol.it Will h ol t'io Hartford, Kentucky. .t Jiilnm, Ur. Jtni A iiiiiiiiijii, iji. ......... i .