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ROOSEVELT SHOWS UP CHICAGO THEFT ifartfoxh DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THS PEOPLE jWtVfibPW-at-Ungm ilnlo-BiU- m&pnbikaxL OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY KY., FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912. nrulu In JJie case of tlv) iunl aro imlto us flfignuit. elnrirly m o'Jier oa "Num"Vius nIiowii hy tho m'norlty of tlio Notlon- iil CVuntnUtcu mwl ty Uk" minority in tho Civl'irttluW Ocmvn'ili'ino of thoJU'lt as IkuI. As I Iqave H tOftl, oiws IiuW.irvi cane wns nor1. n "In oiv) Ind'an.i '.im .tl.fj Tu.fl only ty CliAl Pv'iek- -, wru by Ing tho CrcdiitVUs CJummlttro In k.t in JtiifvV(c!4 (Hrfc'tibf hi In I wi1iinn isvum pitileudsil poutofhH linen fUVd. and .then by reversing thH rulhi(if mid bfUlng tho rontiysted Taft deJrgfiUH vftv on Uiotr own ,wvn flo toinii "f trick ir Uracil wli'n-J- i iliJ iu flml fiunr In i,he vyf huvo inrpHy of .tliii! :onuilrj.tcr. vlu.il f'w fi 'ijntV:aiii that lie LruthfuMy il'ttiiVyli the frtct .oimI HiifUoVit In nuirlwr to how by t)wit tlw nouhwi,Vlm of iU'tiuU Hu;urc Mr. TfLtt Qouhl not liav lnii ouvp,t hy Uulr bvdtuilnui. "TImj iikw nesn!ifUl)V for tjiu tholt of .! ileUtfitm In iUtJon cpircd not or mthiiq' of oiio r.iii finr tho rjjrlitwore cmiicair. nny f tln tici. Thi-i iinly with RetthiK tlin reiiuJMto t tinfil niimh- -r or ililfa,ti!3. TJioy nuny u wnro ihy would hs 'THii-TK- ! 1 11 fjin-miJirn-fur- ol ilUI-jiotl; No.l STATE T. UNCLE SAM TAKES HATTER IN HAND Subscribers Must Pay or Stop Paper. r I The Republican has received from the Postmaster Gener al at Washington a request for of the circulation Backs Up His Charges of of this paper together with the subscribers who are one or Fraud With the Facts. moro years in arrears. This must be done, according to this official order at once. There are a number of our subscribers, who largely on The Colonel Indulges in Some account of neglect and the amount due being small, are one Plain Talk in Article in ra.. year or more in arrears, and all of them will necessarily The Outlook. have to be taken off our list unless their subscription is paid in advance at once. Any name trfken off does not release Nmv York, July 12. Theoloni- the person from their obligation to pay their back subscriplljwtitM'i of fantjier the HV(IiV-tion, so the Post Office Department rules. coneteed iliU gallons In tiv JSqtmb- It is not a matter of unwillingness on our part to extend N.lAkm'll Convention lit CllillU?) credit to our friends and patrons. ' There is not one on our In iui adllorbil eutlllul "Tlion rih lit list in arrears that we do not believe intends to pay the Not rKAl," which appears In tho curamount due, yet we are compelled by law to discontinue the of Ihu Outlook. tin iyf In rent ) part. paper to them. This, of course, applies to all subscribers "Tdw Amentum jinopki nre t'ntltfM 'o regardless of financial standing, and we earnestly appeal to know 'thai th charun of .slralhig tlio t Clklcjigo convention of ISll! is those who are so much as one 3 ear in arrears to call at our t'tan ranipilgn recrimination, juil tti it havHtiui iu Jinny nvru tut mlmt office at once and settle, or remit by mail the amount due. tte fiv i.l compbiltud of nr nui.'li n. Ixyji nnodonl. We can then continue the paperbut otherwise we cannot. morp rbius than tJn met' r.iPqtJttoii "No frm inoplo vm affonl t Mihmlt ir:M'tU'H w hhih Jiiluht ilun loaf fit to jjovurjimwit hy itiicft. 4f tlm will We do not want to lose a single one of our subscribers and found .uuforUiint" hi S'i.i. of tho Hlo:!.i 1 ih'frxi'.vd ,hy irjiuil, your prompt attention to this matter will be greatly apprepivklous iivpiitliiiH of both pirtl. ft'10"" r",1?' ,,' tlw ciated. Look at the label on your paper and if you are in Sir': iiml UtiTiitl), Prreddmt tlu.n aro PW,ln fiVU.I'""ltin thMiilf i wImi Unv was stolen for him Taff Cil if arrears settle up at once. tin1 special lntrrji ir,t i from tne fplo, iunl tho .IVm1-Vollt Hl-- K-U- Wlicelwrtajit, of tin copj nominaiy. Tho product of tho ivw field,, whlth 13 jiow rfiady for market, flniU Us outlet over Ui3 LousWln & NiiJ,hvl, tlH Jliltmorp) & Ohio, and tho CHiesapoiko & Ohlollnea. Tho oonnoctbui wI,Ui tilip ltirt tifinufl is over .tho Klklorn ic Kg Hitvly .ro,ul, tho lino construct"!! by tha coal pompiny direct to It mlnies. The rnjlroiul officials wore MvMiuwutc ovr the outlook for itonnaitjti wWch tliw now prfimilfiiH. PtcV1cH1 W(Uard has no iheiHm,cy In Kiy.tin tJiat It Is tho greatest coil dowtoipnkcmt In tho world, rncbtou Wlieolwrlht was ankfil whoitjipr tho openlnj? of Mipan new fnim had any infltKrvoe on tlvo renjont advauco In iblw Convilhlatlon Cofil Cqmppiny'a stock. I ".Wo aro too busy hero to pay aiVten-tlo- n to tho market fluoluutfon of our socurttlos," he i ikLled. "Kratildy. I rarely know whoth,r tli.'s mock Is un or down. I will iy, lvowavcr, Uv.it In my OiUiil'id Judgment the ConMo'jUatlonVs propiepty In Maryland. ,Wwl Vrinla arfl Peninayhxinia can be ollmnatod entirely and the new 'coal fjedils .In Kentucky sftlll afford a value equal to tlvift mhlch tlie company's stock ltaa ever sold for o,r Is eelllns for now." , I MEN PERFECT PLANS County Mass Conventions July 27. Meeting of Fourth District To Held at Elizabethtown August 14. !' ' t.vxloKton. JCy., July ferencie i3.-- vlt a. ov)n of JtooseveU men at the Phoo-ni- x JrlotoJ here tlis nXiternoon a caljl wa.t o,rdoril ipsued for county ma.a oonvstt' July ttorv in Kentucky at 2 o'clock Satunlsy, 27, expept in tjiose coun,tlcs wiolcli atrpiady iinvo takvi action ir; sunpcfit 6t iini'-r- - Miss Oiler Injured. to Tlio ItrpuI)lJicaji.) 0a,lon, Ky July IS. 'MKca iRo,l!nda. OUtr, of Olaton was quite painfully (SnicAal D. In privct-ilm- lre-c,'i- it roiiti'ii-itbi- Aiiu-rkiu- lutlfkvitt-- " Willi1 ti tho lewli1 .ano ilotiltxl their mV.m ofXIcUjtil wnijiiiii. Oio only UiorotiKhly f AiihtJciui Prfblent. illrimt jirlmaty. iirfiiliitt tlili iisarn "I"rWl.'ii Toft was ro.tmmlii.itcd ov iloiw ty Vv rulhiK In ;ho W5i n nriJo'Vty of Uuvly lwmty-m- v ots, I'jLlir'iiii.'n riwc, then uii'lor ,tlwi PmVmi diuhUcUy mped mid iVno of thon.. tlw. f.Mtn.blJWvil tlie nxilV M"H niV I t .i tfuniJiiu . if.'ut iUl ttn ttititti t ffuni ' "Th only ronvily in to break fnni tlic If, tivfUeo, iinmio tlifin tilnlyii or' c)tqm. It Li useless ti voiinptol patjbMfo . twtjty-ini- " of iIi'h iibw ww re iloiu'mtr.it until the novt ivmwntlon Jmmuuso tho ly framhiU-Mtnil L'latin to un ihnrnvit inn rjwvlsiatbni Is alruuly cn;nkluh to nullify tin- - aotlon of thu pnoplo as Ik1 ma - in Jo tniu.v jiKiro than Mil' It was. dime this tlmj. ilAxcn : nuniJwv ultliiiut InuchiiiK on n nhmlti Ir.u-'TJw riiim arUtipry KiJahb-io.-iil knturrl on tlw natloiiiij- - 'tKni" . SITQUT. exonoWil tills Win-- , mlttoo ttiat "TJil. rotkimliu; tiiiw ivo of iunl that onmiuUUio, which Is to act in the iiflWrbiiia fm-- t Uial r.V'n tlif 19KJ. Jnlmidy olpoted. It Is yii3wt lurt of M.r.'TiUt's Hiitgiott of mui tho niujoilty of whom, umlor lowly 4irJ.lffclal iunl mlso-pr- i wii. tlw of im of tluir nujulrr. Mr. inol" i of dolowili" from Itanu-.s-ilul . hao ulrfnuly '.loikii y tlio'r HMMC4bn, the otit!yhiK tniai dunn-- . vnUv hi tlui CAinvmithvi tliat thoy are liCAtly DiuiUK'rutk' tn.to.1, iliiI trom pruirinyl to ntlKviit .In 1DI tho uurj.-tlo- n Stfit" whore tin imnvlo Iunl of 1DI2. tho exjpne-wlnof tli-"i:exy Stab In the Uoor. ju'issht rfiss will. It Im nuffUik-ndo Oinslilpr mil)" I'rtibknttil prlnuiy iaviw. ami alt tho four riiif.fo.-ill.IndofonKlUli' fti'.'n those SJntrs niliflit voto for tlve mne of Oallfornl i, ArJziuia. WimhhiKllm .ill I woro cJiullilcat', hut If that cumlMat Touh, wJiUVi tiJono wilpo out t!n not sat Ufa c tori' y 1o tho natAumvl .in'irwji. All Una uoulnl ilw ntilifl from an iviw In otfivo, it could, i the uMirr wonhl , jimly . dnamn.o would. irvvoriM' Uio aotVmi of t(ho pypli?. tho Jt(X'.ivell nuijoilty of tho Jwu'Mt "On n Mi(iian) isaue of ipowier bnt,wevi contvnUoii. ilut I wjsii it (ltliu-LNiatlonal the ipuhlkmn Ciiuiiuti'ie utwluivitifOfl tint nuuiy of tliff ahcr and Uio llinuklloai voter tlio cam-.- i w'i- - an clvar a tho tVillfiornla Juis won, and Jun i(nviti)itotl r. , enso ( tluU it con wJn imoitln. Tlvn arwuili'v-llik- ii Tirni of iUiiiwi cnscsi wino ft iMn- -t ba-- s frankly iiili:unkHl the to aifuutt on Oie ri4it nf J.IW of jnaUiuj c.fttvitlkio Wo will of chtit tlulr own il('Um1vi mt irJnvixJ". tho poonW. i lni iln Uinin si few 1noJitioVu'f ,U- "If tins Amer.lran irti np-Ucldd WM tlu otcrs tm a wIikiIs Ii.vI fit for thep' will no Tlfiiht Hi'iimolvm to dttHdo uilunn take up tha ohallenigu jwhlch ttvy wJolvil to jwo noinhiaUo. In tho knot of pollttcikU coriH'Iraloiii bavie kO California ij. tho I;livti to tho Insolontly thrown down. 'liu.t!oiuiA cont,bin Wicto hy to n,ch treason usahut po,puIcir illroot voto a,t Stut?wld,o pro.fjrjptl.il reprcdueu-hllile s nould ho almost as luL'tlve (WtVcliif U txt ClvorJU "Tiio .N'Ktctnl Ciinimltitd! fjnst, aivl "lloth a snout inorul tiUo anjd a tlion the N'itlonal Jlppublhxui Ooitvim fumki.uK'JVlal prjiw!jk of tlon, nuJUfJeil tho State law. uud fi'iwo. iuw lnvolvfd hi tho- (luUUyi, of tho fore, hy JntiwiK-pall Stiutu primal' coHMi,tJoik ItopabJkian it Ijiw. In Arlisoiui and WJisiiu,ff,Uiii fie Clkiins'i; and wo cammt sudialt to tint control of tlm SWvto oonvfintloni iiitkin wiltiluiut htMni; .ditni ihath to 111 on wlik'li of iiul (leVi-tloi- base prneljloa of Amoikcun iltinioc-rao- y Hfi rtiritwl tram coritln ivmiii. aiul ito tiia,t sjklrlt of , iibqoil'J-luis- s tlt Wio on Het olootiid hy Alio lliuM-Ilca- n uml Jioiiitoty wlikih mutkt unciurllo V(iitfi- mt primary u;ul1.i.rjy aillul, evory form of sicoHsfiut trowiriiin.iit." and .tlio mthor .)t arWt.rarHyji(i)rlnted by lMjUrvif mhior.lltca of hqtli cominlt. Paris Green Causes Death. tofn. Tho Statu ouui mlUeoH, In imcIi Cloviir,port, Kly.,' Julj- - 13. Uui;)ino KAiijs ease, fc"i(U'il tho apnohiiUnl (krlitoi. aivl tlw National Coinmltlito oaiinoTl berry, S8 ynars old, oiw of UieAtlyst kiyiwn mn In Uvls city, iHid tv'vra as tliut iui'J'hi. I srtwn. "ItaakliiMi't Tutt wim iuimJii,it(-hy n .nviuU ol'an ovcriioa of rwi-i,ld, w.lli rtulfjilaj (fif.cnl. votou-- or twemtyiniKi by tvlnuWn, If tnkon. It Is tho two tiom MtiMiacluisntta (no omit No iimluao its ojU;nod tor tiho acblon. Mr. by Jils wfo anj worn rauiit((I toil Mihb-J- t inly; hy tho KlinKflhiMiry Id two iHiKts, Allan Khvisherry aivl Ulfionao cixtraiariUnury rullni; Uont wi-r- e . JuHK-svll- or ri'A'Ctlim of that t.lIic tlio crltk-- il 1"hhi wih r or fraud lull d"U rinhio tin' wmii-nitluli tin? IKiipU?. then tho iivoplu nvV5 til" liitnTMHtp and not " JOHNSON DIDN'T OFFER ANY JOBS FOR VOTES Will MentisnThis in Statement o( Campaign Expenses To Be VikAhlnsrUm, Filed Soon. i July 17. ifris e ItrjprosenfaiUyi) pnpar-Int- hi-- AUTIJ-'ICJAI- Urn Jolvnsan, or KjMiUueKy, Jn iluo onJ.I-jrlnia- f w-- ri , HtnUmint of pain-paVs- tn L- u--u lil n t rom-mttt)- V 1 tti-5- .Un-i- jite pro-teii- ojiRniUturcs and will nave U. Xllo ,with Cliorl: llrhnlik, of tlio Iloust, iu tlie next fow WKieks umler tho FVrlqral pu,bllUty taw, or will dtato Jie ha.s nuulo no jwumfs-offen of office to any nvm In eanneotlon Wi'tli hts .(i;u(kJKii for tiio. nqmhiatloiii. The kiw makos it unlawful to offar .111 office ;r lunke any aromse .for tho support of any man's vote, iunl Mr. JVulin. son will kiclude In ids statement a denial of liav.lm; niau "any arBkmle." In fact, .since Uie tiorulna.tjon of Gov. (ticket ilr. VJi.on on the Demoernitlc John-koho.s maUfd to n aiumfjcr of, 'men In Kentucky ooplts of live .p,ibllolty law itvlw "no jmohUnUlon promise" with nn.rk,-Kl- ; this lie its iloliw In cvise a .Domo orut writes asklns him w,lajt ,qfflc 'io will rfikt If Qov. Wilson Is elated Hreul- tyinttilbuitilonii. wJilnh Jie diont. , wi npk' Fordsville Physician Bankrupt. fe a-- , ,Dr. Clatulo WIIhou. a Jiractlc4n(; phy Dr. M. E. Dodd Injured. s4oloji of .Forlskillle, .lias CHeidJ a (iiaUtlcn Shnoveport, Ua July 16. An auto In In Awnkruptcy In tbo officio of. blie Pflenl which Capt. W. H. WJUUms, ills sou, conur., Dr. Wilson owes t,ho num of M. K. Oadd, Of itihs, amount JM6.&5.4S is xocur- - Shluej-- , ihls sliest, ed iby bankstock and othe,r ioolliiftoril IviHtor of itlie t'lrst Baiptlstt Cliurpii, nnd at South CUnultton, Itqulras. WaVtor Oooper, tho clip.uf)feur, bvr, lVrdsvJlle, Iiartfond nml boiiAillle. rbllikj;. wus t,rupk'by u paasengpr fx..'n and T)rnFoouriitI clfulniH amoari(t to on ihe Tevarkiuia, Niatphltof.'lu'p 9, whllo tho aoconn0cla1don iipcr, SlireViejiOTt branch oX tjie Texis an.l jured lato Weilnesdjiy .xtterrpon wtin 3 tire spring Wilson In wlilcji slic was was over turned near WhAto Oak school hquse. Miss Oiler was fjie memU of a pleasure party whp WiT--j returning from the day's htay In .Uartfofd and It NO MONEY FOR TAKING was w,hlle tlo party was driving nlong a densely eliodcd part of tho road that STlREDTOOACCO CENSUS the wagon plungrf! over an qmbaukimont, penning Mrss OJkr banicatli tlw miring stmt. Tlvo injured girl was luirrrtdly rushd Senate Refuses to Appropriate lo O'aton wjiere Dr. Cliarlcs W. ' Fellc was summoned and dre.a;d Wip wounds. For Purpose Despite All An (ugly gjasli In the torfhfnil was' tho moat painful injury, but there Mens Pleas of Bradley. nmmjlw of .minor ibrulses about t,lie face andormj. Miss Oiler sppnt live night N AVaMilnaton, D. C. July 10. KentuliC alMrs.. M. Halls' and was able Xo go . .. . ..Av.-tn tolAy to Jucr liomo tl' morning. Tho othnr row,ers vrniro obaooo on wthon tlie Senato Conimtttco tnoniibfTls istaired injuty Jth jtjtue exJeporid Uio Sundry Qlvll Ap- ception of a fow scratches, and being propriation 1U1I to tlie, Ser.pto without thoroughly frhrhenttd. , UiiclunUnK in t any appropriation to nuiko effective the bill wjhlch OLATON. has passed OoiiBri"s jkrovJil'tij; UoX the WVtifVt E. Hall spi(t M'londay the f gucist Census Bureau shall bake a oonsus of Jtls couviii, (Mrs. iM. A, p.M! tnl)a,tv-on hand 'In .the: coimtn'. Sun'i at Horse Branch. a oeuisus of tolicuo. after toakilnij the Mrs. Alice, and Miss Uta Qtcrme, prndugoer 1a hdd to ho highly important of White Itun, passed Mirpu&h iieiiie to the growers. to Hartford Tiuseday pVoadeo with the S.inator Bradley Willbtat E. Hall was In florilswUle an I un appropriation Narrows Tuesday onbusimes. comniltteo to ln,aert of J23.O0O tor this work. ,but tlie uom- Willie Bond, wilfe and four alvWdxtp, of mltlco refused ito do so. He will offor E'town. ana hero visltldins raVWkS the namo proposition as an amendment John J. Mmroe,' wlfu and iqhlld. of to 'tke bill in tho Sanfito imt does not Louisiana. Vilslted ivflar Fallen Tt0Ckj lkao much iiapes of ltS aidopjtlon. I' Cliarlle Momoo rolumod lo tlw ftou-Ho Iras bd(5raphOiil ito Il(iireeiitiatlve after a vrlst to nelaiU.ee fojt JlaiHen iHiop-k-. J. Campbell Cantrlll, utskliu; him to Tlie Misses Uan4ru.ni ne,turned lo return from Kentuckj- - and Ikmp in tho Henderson after u ilstt to (Wends a: tiuliit. JJlreotor Uunand, of tho Co,nau-iFallen Jtock. says unless' the o,pproi)rJaUon lis mad. M1U3 Rollnda E. Oiler of Crescent unle,ntake Hots,lVts, was An FlrledabHiid Moitlay. tho Census Bureau nannot tlie tobacco qejisus. , Oeiolt E. JiaeH and Miss fcyJmha. 'Blnown, of Hoio Brpnuh, abtonded tlie Qlaton rid-ln,- r ''' -- -- te ( the Colonel. FoUpwine the mass pcmvegnitlons, district conyentions will bo .held AugVAt 1. at ,wh)ch delegates to .t,ho C;Jcflo to be held AIUBV.it 5 Wii be he! J A meetlne: oX tho dclceiaUp will be lielJ r In LtMiJavtllo on August 3 to !.?. dileuteB-a- t large. Eodi , district'. wU lo repreisentPd by two dejeftitea. and fpvltli Iventucky the four delcgates-a(t-Jnrffwill be represented at tike Cbtcfwo fion- vnUon u' twenty-sidelesutes. The aqleption of prwlilentjal electors will npt be made until nftpr tlie Chfjosio according M. convrntion, to Loslle Combs, who presided at tho canforcneo hero today. Mr. Combs prvildcd over lihp mocttiAff this at,tiernpon, wiilch was qomrjtfcd of ropncsentoUves of the Sevenitih. Eiitli, Ninth and Tentji Cpingreioslonal Mr. Combs tool of a rqoeiit vbtlt to Louisville, where ho was InXormiM s tivat of the RdpubUcait vote of (that city was, for Col, Hooae,vtt. Among those wlvo itpo,k PrWt in too meciblng besides Mr. Combs were fprmei Postmaster TJiomps L. Walker, XowiKr Counfty Borrynxn. Chairman C. H. Capjt. T. W. Throckmortop. of Lpxltw-to- n; NT. Sanders Orr, editor 10X ,Uie Leadpr; A. M. Wafli. pX Col E. S. HAtqlilngis, of QJlvo Hili, tuid Dr. Salisbury, of Aphlnnd, In conclusion, tlie call rqads: A coil Is also hereby .made for ooumiy mass ponventtons, ffloirsiin.' expepl 6n( Coumty, ,to bo held at tlie county soot of the respective uaunUis on J,uy 27. at two o'clock, for tlie purpose of organiz ing county committees for tlie nunc, and for thp purpose of appointing deh-o- t to tlie district convention provided for ltk tint) above call t "TUie county committees seleqted fo-i-e. x throe-fourthrg rg. will-ejec- ix chairman ( PicnVc. , "Tho clipJrmian of the counj'.y coimindt-te- es .will form tlie district comm'lbv wiho will tleX a cliainman "Tlvo dla.trlpt oha.lrnian thus Wccted will constltuto the StAte Central Cpmmibtoo wlio Willi elect ,the c,halnnian of tlie Stole Ceinlinil CommltUe. and to tine tvid Stvfo Central Committee will be entrusted tho power of making for file wvern-meis nt lr. we STiitM to d HUiit. Pacific llallroad near papli sokenal tnllos north ol hero toduy. Capt. Williams, a wealthy iiksurjinco TJiM itotal aiats nro n lot of homo, hokl Koaids, $20; physician's books and man and planter, wjio boUKht jtio cue yfljterdj', sus,tuiucd u bjwken 2U); sunm'wU Instruments, ocn 15. , and n.umtrous brulxes oX body and invoir, Dr. WiTsoik Is n hUfcckeiept'r, aivl w.hllo Dr. Dodd, Who was In tm retr ujvb-Vtho law he Is claiming OMOinp. seat with him, tiad mm fopit Kevcrely spnan. tloaiis to tho extent of 400 idollars. OwcmsUoro lmiulner. Dr. Dodd wiks wol knpn In JlartXorl Object to Fire and Brimstone. havdnff iiokl a protracted moijthvr at the At Wiinlvinxton, July 12. Dy unianiniq'.is Baptist Clvurcii a fow yfiars ajro. Uiat til no lie was pastor of a iIiuim'i m londay Into action ItlUlo 0r iwjilcji tho ba,nkrunt ia ' llfiible, nsi"e. I2S.06C.07. 1 aurv-Jkf- that iip.il iwlnvi n tririibo is a TuCt man, iui'1 itho AiK.it i u ItmiVivolt n win. "Tlvo ixini-huiv ikicurapi cover. In uiplkti.tkvi, m.uii'owKat tlK'lr tltltry 2, Arlzoiui 6, W)is'i. 8. IikseUui II ciivd T!h wouM of tluoM Utility voto oluuiwvhavu ik'fAUcd 'li,fti tiny would Jtavo ravuwid fill tho liiUnVuit actions of tjo oonwiUn, Hnveral of Mm. dN trot casfti from Tovw nro invnlv.ed til Uio iiuiw rullaif m Uiat wlvlch waj votn-OiUf'i11V)ui3-u,t-L'i-re vt voljluv' iiU diltfornattt hIijII calll to vt' ulwuys 5roWdi lint ilulnto luviwirifi 'pro,vnt hn KhwvsUtrry, of UuuUvlU,'). al Mr. of itlio luvd nt, .ICIi-b- All for Roosevelt. lake, a liMutlnj; 11 fannu-- r d, Utinbieiit School lbVo Ifiuk of Jli,wcnvJlle, .was Jioro Sun-ili- TUl CltyN.Satunluy noUUkYW. uin,d y Mr. U'nke U an 'IVtbly will! anient IbooMwlt man, ajuluows that curry Uio comity of liuu'ock In u Wihnop over a,ny uV'or ivincUdato. lb) KfliA tliat Taft will iprolialily cot two vote In UawiOuviUe. T.I10 county, saya, U solid for lloos.eviolt.-rt'- hn (LimO ho Can-nuU- Tclphaao, and later lueld Stiukwts' Anaicla,tlon alil)tc-a rejoin. ofa LoulsvUio Ciuircii. After lea viVii.'.I.oii '" unresrvMly tlon amd.lio.thiEr accepted "w Ifitorate thorvYvshly uiiFcrlpt.ural tiko tcoclivf "f Uvllle Dr. Doiikl of the Wrat B.iptUt Church of Shr,ove-por- t, In O'nAon Saturday, a Jlfe. Htuto or confUUixvi o,f licll tiro La., ,wliro ho has lived fclnce.i 8e,vral a,ttemiod tho unviCiWlrur at Mt ami ikrlnvitone'' for the torment of th4 wickKvl. Vfnon Sunday, Greatest Coal Development in the Ujiplo Tom Fu'llx, of Hantfoav, visitAt iho Kiine lime, tho four 'Uous.ktv.l ed here Miveral days. World is in Kentucky. dikleigjiitcs in tho convcaition. that tho majority of mlnUteiTJ of Baltimore. July 15. J'resliknt Rui'el Mrs. John F. Allen and Mirs. ,M. Hall t all ilMiomlnat'oius pf the Wllbird,, Vice lxcside4as Uootbo il. Shfl-ve- r dined Monday wilth Mrs. Jp'iit Dovu UMbud Btato.s liavo Jirikately nepiulla,:-o- d luul A, W. Thompson., of tho UkltU St Clulr In tho oiuiUryj JlolUidu. E. itlio "heil flro' theory, but fur more & Ohio, and BrctsLdnit Stevens, of Mr. Jak. M. OIUt. Jiisjttn.te.1 Uio Clieisupenke & OJ1I0, with most of iCl Oiler, l.yiuilo D. Stannic, Mrs. )Alleu ood myvsoivi Kail Stormos and Will?' 'E. Hall rwtv l.i fully to Inform tiliftlr cougrftgatons. It oxecullvo .stuff, have Jut lvtiurned y lUntfunl WVvlmwliy. an InspeoUnif trip over tho ne,w wtis tlw aetuto of the couvionblon tlat MUs Belinda Oiler, iMksa JJU Htormus In lUkls thoUBan'Vi coul field of the Consolbliton and pv-huCompany. Tho trip was nvvlo on and WUbert Hull abtondtl Wis rqvivJl tons of thausaAilH wtpo filing Coal h,t. the Invitation of Prurient Joro M. near lUmlln Oliapei Tuesday, driven Into skepticism or Infidelity., d lntirnatUn.i; UiulUiaiUii U pastorate Miss Amy Douglas, of JavkUon'a was Mie iguo't of Mends Ivero last .week. Mrs. Kranoceu E. Allen aind Eugoae ItaivlfiU Allen, of Kostne and Mrs. iDavId oX liouisvillle, iwena SiU.'sits of Mrs. Molvima ilajl tqom iTrAdtiK (until Sunday. Mr.; and Mns. Weslny D. Duke and Miss Jessie AivAena Hall liavo rot urn ed from Hardlnsburg. Mrs. jaukp'a brother, ilr. Dow.eH whose sonloiiia JllnuM oX was menjtloncid lapt iwyak, died bQfoiw tliolr arrival p.t UU onv. Mrs. MHUr ond daugiWer, MUs Paulino aro here frqm Louisville itlio pHyi8 of William H. Lyons. Mr. Freddie Mltclicll of OiUibOn. and Miss Alston oX Dfiar llantfond, were mar ried, Miss Oanut,t E. Falilx Jieii returned from a visit to tlio Mlssty Onjnan ut SulpJiur Kiylnca. Iva Pafon, of Uamlur, atml?l the ' I pjciklc Sa,turday. i , Adnihnl P. Jlckery, of Abrdioea, was -' . of the ",T)h,9 po,nty uitjl a Stjae coi-venU- providtd for atM will Ivave charge of the cumjalKjn n. b1io temnttiqry for wJkJIi they are "The oqtton of any county that may liavo perfected an orgptnizoiuloa wiW ba held regular and itlvelr ciejeyaites reaotf- nlaed In tho dlatnlot cpnveution "Tlie dlstrlqt oonvontlon fqr t$ie First Dlsjtniot will bo held at Paducth; for tho Second District, Ilenderqoti; far tho TUlrd Dlstrlnt, Bpwilwr Grefat; for tlio Four,Ui Dls.tr.lc-t- . EltziboUitowu; foi," tho Slxtili District, aovliitfton: for the gov enjth District, Lexlnbtaii; .for ithe DllUh TUtnalt, D,nuilUe; for the Ninth Dtetntct, Ashland; for tlvo Tentli District PUJuti'-vlll- e and tor .tiia Bltwenli Iltrltt, Cprhln. "Idislle ComJj on tlw Provblotia Kt" ttonal ,Uoi)unttUie. "Loxliurtpn, Ky. July 13. 1312." ok'C-teu- may meat committees Stops Flirting By Mail. I'llutlilng, N, Y July U A now an.l offeatlvo shime'Xor uurblnv iuUumo uf tlio ffntofXkie's gcinordj .dullvry wiuinlow has ib,e.qn jmt into offefit by Puotmistor TIUAmas II. Iuttenv Hio will liioiu'oforilh 'l I'noibi-stun- ut Jun. 1 confl.'atie all liificwil Mb-ise- Ktm-tuck- . 1 m dollviiry litters aiVlrcveil tp yoiuu; glrU of itlio illItu3o an,d turn (limn oimt to their lyiruutH, or o,mo male niNiiU-- of , thu family. Mr, Lowerrv avild he I'tHvnUy becanio aw.iro tiiat some of the youuu gintln at' tho village wero receiving ImoiU ha thought would stand Jivspcikut by tho'.r parunts. r r'hh 1 II QUAILS WHEN 'I ', DRAWS GUN Rural Visitor Denounced Bold Cheaters. Forced to Say He Lied Disclosed Plot. Even Deceived Until Detective won W1lco l And a rowiNto. from Mh of tliem, ho tttt oiimfortnbly win ft I'll t. His first lM.lt ooni Mhrn hLs (nlcivl fllleil i full Jikumi on a. OarnlnKVnt two-Qtdraw. Hivln4 Pit CtiKh hlmilf, lp lvl bit bmvrtly bofur' t'v) on draw, ilrh'lng out nil tli nJh'-nnU'w M"fli "rUjsfni uon Uin C.irnln ton had "Vntd nluit tn'STt Then v;lwn Cnrrlnsrton lvl it hib draw and iiftnr timkln d tn linv:i lil.s hnnd. tlnn oj If to Uirmv !m lm1 cWppl a white ,hlp only, ra,!j.l tt JW "A.I w.is jvxqirUtd to s 1 f tkfl on pRh Tim-n- s hl.s whoV 'i!k hl for- - winl. n,s tint in I vl wlilrfi ilaohleil Wilcox a ltuni (Sluut Uiero wn oat of tlv word. whien ho (Nw York Sun.) i til' ImwuI axel .s.ihl: hath will ho five "I foot.! you tln--t time, dMn't 1? "AU that u nn I ' for Ms lift;." JolMns in the l.u;h, for the r.H.i far, Wtlcox It .siemod ijuot to youiu; WAMrit wiu it pltnvjnt on." Ik.ucIiI naln, J?W UiL tVne. liould the old famllir .that 'I wiuit ajioush to call with," hs to hi mind under circumstances about m." pll".'' jiVI, aj'l w,m xnitltlexl han Civiroy Uut lw put up the woapou and lm The gambling room o incongruous. Then Wlliov' Mrnwtl to ( noJWd gnively atul siW: a aiid Jioiips uusJumI in aiul left rth" whtre ho wn slttlivs. jilayimr what Wihlle I'jrlit ,i!hi-uI-, and h"n Uic ibti- "TJvit'.s tlie only way to pUv." flimji-n- i a c;ir,so l.ik from tlie at Uo .ild: "Now, sonny. wvlt by Ion;? odds the most ttesp.yj.bj ,tlie b.ii (t,hlni Then .Tones and SiuVUi wtiiiit hrwka WUoux, wMio of ilraw poker In whlch holu.1 it luck In JxLh liiair, jou nan do Jh to buy ur tkk-- t Wilas.iin nnd botwht apl.vj white anl reitlr-IMbnt. ile w.i not home.'' ever trisagftd, till not In the Itfuit Wiloox went away fruin tlwri cox 1!I not obare Ooaroy that vlllaq church in which tool. aVtoscther the little nd bjiKlit it, tlw amount with .roasli-- r ahaTKcil thttn wl.li d he had Jicard the ile paJd little .itVPUon to Conroj' out collecting the 0.VI1, but he did VikJ profuse uranluKinM nnd liailly ?emod A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. rtul tliat particular vwr.se with simplicity.' llut mmiow ho notice of the fact that Ooairny toak a licsir lilm evplajn tli.it he ilari n t To warn p.pie of a fearful fcitNut fir KM from the and cill in the ih'.Ii or dniw ,1 wMjviri In tlw CatnlvIVj sullenly wfiived to he listening asaln stack of ounr 1rl roila lmrse-bac- k alongside hU own chrp-woods, and placed it at mldnlabt and lo (the (mmy ".nvs. hlmlf .shoe he puWU;lty of a hool-l- n thj .stock looked small Fcrap-- . would ruin his luwlnefx. Her leKl w.i nlorlous but far 4he flr.t time to appreciate all thxt His oro ofother, for drrlntoi'.s ,plle w.w ilo.i-bl- e Hut wih-ten lviI by Dr. Kln thty meruit. Carrliifiton, New Dlsoo.r who hid the fizn of JiU own, and ho hi Hdenoe throuffii the whole trouhl. m ounng iun He had not Intended to jilny for any troubU', and rtii'K calKI for J.W more. Keel arose and taking hli arm -l hi cold.', whlr.li utltfht li.ii--e ctnuUtl uica siakmi as wre on the table tli.it In wa-ing than the play Ulay ti p away from the idace ho lookad up at or pnoiiinunlu. "It curwt in,. rils'ii. When he luul cionie to th city swirtT, he uetormlafil to t lor tlie sky with a .' a wtiek before with a comfprinl.to li- any .ippreiaa.!n jf of a droadful eoujfh and Jutvi chance that mlsht prasentt Itsilf. ttle roll of money in Oils pocket he hid the Joy of Irnp allie tlvun Ive renm.n-bir- write.i W. It. 1'atter.son. WeiynKton, ton In cumin. tt was not Oi thought to 'nJoy himself durinsr a eor to have Wt before. And "after four in our family liad ,ix wldi Smith's dfal he causht four lx.tn co!J, vacation, and hau looked he wa.s !rr:iteful to Carstiimon to- - r.iv- - ootsumptUm, .inl I RU'tieil S; (Kiuiuls and liaviiu tlie ase, he had Uio X.irward with Indifference at itho jiroi- Iris very little tis tilvey wulkod lo 'n'r NoUiins o sure nral tnfe for aU fcliiTui to ral-- ; It after Conroy hid and tun of solas home without the jmon-hot'il. troubbw. IT,i. wi a'.Jil, CarrIn;to:i liad rals.-d- , Jotio-- ' Xex.t morning, lio.weer, when thev Trial Initio fro--. Giiarantue-- l iwul Jt t nra-orlebut wltli u stone of by i'l had rals?d him and the loalej had Druulnts. mftt at brMUis,t, lie w.f. .strongly I'our sixes ad:nlttd of no IhK this Una liad rep!acl by a droptt!. to blame Cinir.oii for luiiltw National Expenditures. very dlfTwit on, A day nt the race doubt in Jiis iitlnJ,, and lie inula, U lntniluced lilm, an.l tint astltubj oun-- : 110) more. The ljnit"kl Stab.s oiernm-n- t man llsund to his track hod proved disastrously H(i mds without Nor was .he alarmed wlien. tKe .1 wor,d if A mo'ltsst b.t on one race had f ..(... f.jr yw . Wlwn hehiil uulr annually glitl lilm .some extra fluids to hue-it- . Conroy droplwd. Carrinstoa in.uiH It finished Cairins'Uiu Hall: tandlns army. It pend.s $li..(i.ui.) annunHy for on juccodln.f antlwr hundred and Jones poMied his '"You are entlreiy Jtjht. X. re .'. and a sM'ies of w.u,-er-s forward. tt ,w'jld ne tJmn ywu faall-ip- , oveovs liad mtutlplld lib. money till w'vihf stuck of Its naval ostablMimont 51,11 for x.j tkin't )w tviis .almost afia'd b uount It all. Cowardly, he thought, lo drop fours, to . what I that Conioy w.u In It spends more than Sl""..0).i ,imvu.ajl And It had wlvui him the ramhlln.r so he calleil. balnj unable to o fur-tli- with tho.3 two yap. I wouidii't haw for the paymmt of wn-lonand Corrln;ton Uirew down hi lBllevr,t U of lilm. for he (Vlways :i'.y-- d It .fever. on th- - nveniue uiKiut ".strahlut before and I rwiar would Stiiantrcr tlious.li be wn-- s in the bU uirda. f.r the annual Improvement if rivem town, it had not b'Vn difficult for him Standlni; pat twtter Ikivo Uiken jou tiicre jf had pult"! n and .harbors. to It .spends on theavemse about 10,iml,ow to obtain acoe-- j .ti Conroy'x clubhoui", pvlicy than Urawin; one afUr aurh run only tliat nmlth h id :he though even Play, as it naUht m!.ilcad Jonii. drop on you ami uuld haiaj far.l j annually for tlie construction of public tint was itlie pliune In the nilty. All eveii-lnj- ? to take nny cards uvd wa 1 nwtion, but 11s !t t we ini off v . build! nx i. n $1,011,011 nnnually lnuroly plsus(d whtn Jonns called It at the faro tal,l lvid ,pat twH'iout any klil'tiK. D',U tl y it tor the of a exinip Jn his roll, and liad two. It was oltar anoujh Hint he Ifcal ill your pile?" nvilntoruiri'. of AHp'.onintJc and consular Insjjirrtd him wl'h a ills'rust of tint tliree bbr ones nnd ha "No," .'a.M WIIo, Jo wilioni i'.o rjpre.sntatlve.s Jn for.-UovprpViye.1 isurvtris. It Jrid by no tnr.uis hlmsalf. It spends annually JII.ut.K'o tor iram- -. thoUKh o'lwx'.s ebpianfltUui pi luslbl'. develpmoent. cxlil th- - fever, and .is he still lrul Thun his Um wrnt up in IHs tlmvit, "Tie not a uoujilo ut Iturjilncl lift. mt.n-t- y t remaining lie It back the for he distinctly And It im't Uie monv I aire about annually R'.OijO.w.) up,)n the lvo Ills Smith next night. Uoulcfila weis n w to him, fiUcnd 1 oarjl from tlio bottom of the niucli. it fame viay lull 'wout AmrU-i- n Indians. and he watuhed .tlie .whoei with ln- - oock. ic was not t!i it tile itrlck wn (lUlck. But 1 would like to :, snuare Hut tli I'nlUd Stat9 (Sivrnmnn) ter,a-t- . .tryins to study ,the spends notiilnif nnnually for tlie construe with .tliat oiittlt. tt was liumUUtitw." .iiiie done clumsily, for It was njt, bat rlsWiw his money, but the ol,i "Suw wris," s.i,ld verdant as' he Wis in some tlilno, "fi tlon vr impri.ieriient of l'ubllc Hlslmnv-- , him ami he hesitated. I'd .lllve to do dirt to 6!ie nowyl my a little about card tiiarilpulu.tl.ji. Tor oron-i- vs of the musils, wltltlier own olf. I DnJ tlmt I am compro"Thre isn'it any cume as :ool as and Jw knew he was not inWUbcoii. lniucd by violent exercU.. or Iniurv, potor to ine," he wild, when Conroy he .spoku out fJurply, mised. We oan do It, too, if you ure Uiere Ls nothing bettor tlian askbj hjm if h- - thought of play bit;, "Tluit don't ;o." he fclaluvjil, anJ same to Cljjl.f .lw ,avil wish fire. 1 I.lnlmnt. This liniment aWi for a: home he was recknnul a ca- Smith lookftd t lilm In surprise. w don't bdllave ran yt with rheumatic palp.s. For .s,iw by AH llable, and rather ducky poker plajvr. Smith, .for Qonroy will k?en him o.tt ralu-.s- . "What don't go?" he asked, ah if .Vn,d ".Vinroy luid told him that thor of the way tor u while, but we woulJ b" u poker game on. u little "You dealt a card from the bott.(;n uf set at Conroy and mike a .m.iikey of Some Refrigerator "Don'ts". lalr. In another room. Moreover, ne the id;k." said WUuox. and itli,i i.e lilm and set your money luel. .u ill. OMcaiso. IU., Julj IX A .vrU of UaJ tV.d him confidentially that there Sa.sj.od, for he "Hoiv?" a,kJ Wlloov djuhtfulty. dlrvHitly w.ui lookln.? "don'ts" for ,hot wjath-- r wi-'- i wouli be two m-"Well, he won't iliIni-- who wfie lato the muzzle of a navolior. . for I outllntHl by A. i. Klein of t'.loielinj. eay. , "You Ue." ild Smith, "uul you kne'v neier lud any trounla wlili him. but Ohio, at a nii?tln of the .jneri.an "I 5V3t to trim thorn some cloi'', you lie. Say ,tilat you .Had. arid .ivy we cin back to his pU-:o?ot.her it .Manutaetursir.?' A jciat!ion hi he said, "and If ou watch tho quick, or and you .c in .prenyid to lui.je that iu'll nevw sqt a ili,irio.i to tho Ho'.vl Sncrn'ian Kims and so asuln'.t .tlicin lie Wfti honett abjut It. Ti.mii we oan and siy anytliln? else." .Tlw "Uon'ts," ho s.ild, are des.L-n-l in lu.r,d whenever y.uu ojd card-1ihlm .Into a .Uire,3.i,inded ha imo and sive ice and keep focud In "Hor, line! sikI conroy p3r.m1i)-tarilthe biit wtite thert'. no re.uon why you shouldn't do lilm up." but wlthou,t ra,tsln liU ii:". of Thy are as follows. Kt me uf their itaugh." "NoUilus iVa!nj Vld V." yj, de- - "Don't "Dxmji tint sun. That .sjrt of husme-sthe Wilcox, itldir.t .rsl He js don't jj') In this houie." dldly. "After t nlsht i wouldft t ecpt- - to oiK!ii In iue oompa.itiuent dooi put !co or Jake it out. Kep i still t.uauir was rxaly ijooJ for 'You twld your 'iosvm, pu.J." n- - trait his play, l .ballev.e ihe U w crook- tliat loor lo.jkti'l If jiosslhle. Opcnlm; tlio him, tad Couroy's in inner ,w.u ed a.s Sniltli,'' , , Iowvlt door twenty tlmss will ivt rri'ilt "SuneJie Is,'' nCd Oirrlnglon .vurei-l- y the ice as fut as to oien tin fca doar us If tv. It .told tha tru'h. "But it w pliy toseMier ,we out do once." to), a'jout the two easy pUyer.s. dicn him." "Don't nut food or water n- the to yuunK AVIIvox, rural as he was .hlm- - Whole Family Benefited .sa "loultfMl," Wllco. "Jtoro ice. This Inturfenes wilth tile clrul.i-tl.s.flf, they unsophlstU'ti.t-- d likely he would and " By of tho arvl rtviulrr. far more bumpttoiu thiui Is bicomlnif . "No aIWten!" ild Oi.rrln,-rb'nThere are many little tilings to fcviniviit oiwulmt of tlie 1ce oonii)ir to rr.rn who .sit In with Sn toijothqr ri'id I'll .ofinole meju door.". annoy us, under present conditions "We'll sit tliey wimtibrs. And on the fir,t round. Illifin r,il iot hack weri awl;war of life. The hurry, hard work, "Don't pJlow- - tho Ice to run Jow. Kip In hxnillnj; thu eard. Jwivins ivuie of twj off liis .ards ixi.Ui't yoa the icornpintment noise and strain all tell on us and and flllrfl, as the ilea molts i!rdsli-- d hKlll of pUv-- -. no'Joe how lm Iiel,l thorn lxvt n?glit?" fisto wWi le.ss effi.ut when It Is WW.' la rlfChu; or uvilhii,--. And ,th?y tend to provoke nervousness and Wtlcov had n.tliv,l tvyl hj.won. irritability.. We are frequently so "Lkn't use pHpar or sther meatus in tulkod hMiuulloutly. worn out we can neither cat, sleep, denud at it. foi .thmv una av k.mp tiu loifrom nieltki. i,f tlu S9AV1 Joii-- s lo and they mllad iai-nor work with any comfort. We tlmt tlie .uublcr had been . uHously ilVl not melt It would have r.o ooolin-'J.T wtth sui ilr l clumsy uinmn are out of line with ourselves and earolass for a profe.ssiuii.il ui Hie way Off'iJt." that tlie jihik--s uj be flotltloj-iho hold Jiis hand Ui it ,i others as well. "Don'.t allow nrfiivi ,ir ioiitutiiiu'd 'i'hur. wls nut ilnilit of (their Ji.ai1r.s-in-.n-., A good thint! to do under such olmrver n!tUnv d llttlj buk of him niatbir to aeoumuliito .In the . fthey .Viowed It i;,,neoiir. Smltartion W ap doo circumstances is to take somethitif' could 'je wluit lie held. lio U a.tis.jiatA'y Carrlrnjtoa'.i oitivestne. wti, Ininrvn- - ruie.ssary. Kjp the 1kx like w ivs plavniT at the taM. fo." Th oth-slve. possible." Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n five 'at In, wua the younsr fallow wlo Pills He thouiflit U oior fir 01111 nilnjitii. "By folloivJnK lhf.s-you wil! ruVv Bad 'li.tiicluonl Wlluix. and who hii! to relieve the strain on the nerves. t'lnilly ho a.!d: wn 1.. voafhtance by niuqh fnuih Mrs. J. B. Hartstield, 33 Corput St., "If worth trybw. I may nv. o'lt lower tho lost of your live." wilikih lw nave waiiUivk talk If I do I'll only hi .?oliw I,jii 'hit Atlanta Ga writes: brokt.'i lt v"Ur ar" a ''oiiwuo jiu cannot) lw kw-would not heeJ an J "t havo on several occasions been and I was fbiurlm,- - on iIoIivk HU any- ra.soiw.bly hopi to Ijo healthy or bHa1- - ' uiuinklrj ubUi adiikv ithat iiil'ht ir vastly relieved by tho une of your ined- - how. As tor any sorupli", I km'f feel ful by wahJnK disluig, wapin aal n l 10 PIIIh. ":.' inUbt not haiv tif valu if th,. If ot which I keep constantly on hand for csononrned. cw.ii wu Aitli i dolriK houiework uil day, nd crawling! Jiad luiy cliance of It blntf Xol- - the u. of my.self, husband and two crook by bsln-- r crvotoul, I i . It into bej jetiu tlrwl at nhjht. you uu Kon ons. NolMni; in the worU eauals them lou-.iI von't hurt mo inuoh." So tfu-a went jet out Into tha op.ui air and aunliKtit a heudache remedy Often I um ilivy nail ui;ru.si on table enabled by the use of one or two or to WlkoVs room ind jivork.-- J out a If yuu do this orcry day and k.sp o-- t the I'lIU to continue my housework l(u In ohips at he .iu.rt waJh bujln to ,.'k stomaoh i'Jd bowels in od order by when otherwise I would be In bed. .My odo of .slrfivtli, asrw-liami 111 WUoo luid near9f t!i Cliambrla!n' TUhLitj whe;i liuslund Joins mo In my praise of tho to UoruvVs that nlsht tind uhj itheni. tiUdorf ly tl.M rvnvkliiliu; Pills and Nervine." thure was noth-In- s Anti-Pai- n iLfulOiy But iattr in the day a tluHU,i scld to no,lo;i. you should b'oonto oxcltliw abr.ut the j.ropo.l. l.'or aV by Ail Da'ilers. ani Wiloox wJim he .aw Jilm kU.a; Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills U111 U fltT.1. i "TVio ..Urk would llko to yoi, are relied upon to relieve pain, NuUnir lld tvun to be any sir, in the private nf,Clot." .vml he utse fur alarm in the iuvt twouty nervousness and irritability in thouwttnt to the nrlate iffii04 Of proven mlnutfw or hi of tli luy. Smith lot sands of households. t T,l olatk .una t,hir, Iwit a For Infanta and Children. liU huvirwl in tlio fii.it nnuid, aril merit after twenty years' use, you shrewd, faUitrly .i.npiri!.i; pi.st can have no reason for being longer ljlMht IMonn.ily. "IVvQli Juiiv BaKteiYoiHaifi Always niUldlo xuiv, KrxMUfl hru iitm to t)u l.miatI, and they without them. Wilttx did not know it, hx ay w is Bears tba all Druaglt8, 25 doses 25 cants. At eah ulhv ni'dTlly, proTiUIn the iliau.so lt(jthe. fjigaatore of MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. '. ::i a Moatful Ixihlon to Ulv tj.-dww m WW" "Yovi'mj nict a. youn who 1 to-j- lit inner to u.ll, an took tjio rtnir iiil tit te-c- claUnnl ismlMi roucthly. "Wlvat I s.'v aal' hlnwlf Cirrln-rbMi,ho Iicti-i- . Kon for n nilro'to uiimIkwv, and 1 Miyiiutl Wiltix iM "Viw" llio will rat bhnm wiooli or I ari J(Tjiln on ey,. oi Ctnrlnt-shoo- t. And he irot to lo It d.nnnod ton." h,iM tlw "arl wi Hiilck." I to like hint mn-l- i, ok mou iutmuiiI tu Conroy the oilier 11UM, dldnM ,h?-'- i Thru, jw Conroy I'.asUatod, Wll.-- . Wllox nodded. tlvniKht of tho .tet. "All Uuiit .1 man "Tlioy did up I loot hnth w 111 tva nlvu for hu life," "1 II l," he HO.VI. "Tim acnl was id rockon. How ba--l win ,UT" "You nomln't tell, of cnur.--- . If y.wi rislit." don't Ilk"," lw continued, "hut tl Imird "VVvry sv'il SmllJi wltlwit it." lowiorlntr his nun. 'vvr puy iour .soniothlr about him tho whioln .n'ory. So Wltoov toM hsiml out." "1 sy," Mid tlve ileVti'Jve, "lUid now nnUilnrt to follow but tile Th.r! what dos CarrliiKton li. s"iowlwn, and Wiloox lvid luitMn.; '" knon-r- t you've pot morj tllooy.,' say iwhen Jonjvs h(ifJ four .11 .s ih I Hut Wilcox hndtawd. It wasn't wv took the pot. Hut Conroy nit I: to toll JM,t h to pViy crok-- d "Now put away Mut jun .uwl t vit poller, r of Uie houi!''. I'll .s. r Unit jmu n "Wll, never mind," raid th W t In here uwilii. If it wum't for t'1 live with a nll... "He pro;ps.s moiii-- repu'ailion of the place, I'd lainl m In thliW to .it you back Uiei. .Vow yo.i Jall. nut ou inlql.t is ""' ". 01 "Twit's all rllit," said Smith, wlrii a well nnilY.V(iiul lioriAl.niul that nastly kiiwh. "lsot my own lotIs tb. mihi iruy at Cumciy'i. ion to look after and no uiJi pup v Alt ho wiuit.s ts to fr--4 tho of fro T tlits uv Is ?a'.n to ,talk " "' NATURE'S ESSENCE. -- Extracted Frofii Forest Plants, d.tliif, tn't mSimtm, t. foM arc perfect, hut lor thJ cum, hi me ronssi, Trtkj the birk of the Monc.Sm foot, hloodroot, "fto.nonValcClMltaextr.tot of theta with tl.i Natures l.w, di. f tre-- witd-ctwrr- y U- tho ot of nundrik,., ,,. nj oldcc. ,c.l, r.i.ka proportion ani you luv.-- A , jii nlv-h- t, Iloctor SMcrcc's Mdcii of Medical Mincovcry yjirt or .i, n p;n with t!u itiiitinoc two tjanieJ chetntiti, cuittt V-C- 'Jt. " - - - ". vr." II I VAt s J A '1 n pros7 &, J h-V- ' I,'t ncr' ' ,'hju1t,a" iJ J VJ l)r. l'ierccN OolJe-- i McJicil Discovery bei tl.J ..mp of Apmov it Jnd lm 10I J mow lively tu Ho nut fjrty ton '.ny othr blwJ puri!;;r JnJ tom k m::. -,iv-iti- arl-i- lf .'lit U' - -i- V, rich,.,, j? , ran f , pri"l ' A f "Aitro tlnu tTo t Ti' out r i&iVft1 t "w'th t ..II tho .hKbir. tnnich it hnv n. jt1 t well !;; th.- - a. will, 1 A ri-- wv J. II WlUJ IMS, Eaq. idvll . , m f.,.. ,.in. wuiuijl Z boJ'jtVTu" I M. I oa" ''' " '" "- - ")l "JwtU..u" Dr. Pjr.'e' Pleatent PtUeta jjj for lirtr Itta. id"n Mallei yiKt L.rJi. f 10 n- - , U.5 nwlinii. Jl I htnn. Hnrilly. t is . sUlln.r that t li id (Ivor com N Y . who rei . Gold.-,- , . and Ur. IVmS i l williuM..-.- ":. .".:... -- . -- - ivt il.r nii, y JAMES & CO., lr-- ". First Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention ami Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, 11 1 white-haire- b. s 11 na n 11 s re-ul- ils-.p.- oUs-i.- OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.50 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Rkptblican and St. Louia 1.E0 The Republican and Home and Farm Owensboro Inquirer 1.71", The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The xtEPUBLic.vw aud mny uwendooro mquirwr O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and ,1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 al Globe-Democrat lo-i- s wtfl-suni- 'd Iu: y, :. ?- Twice-a-Wee- k rly. riiilnt.-nan.--o- 11 , t. Twice-a-Wee- k T. -. 1 1 mslf isim-1ht- fr ll Address all orders to set-.n- ;ur"l-eultur- THE REPUBLICAN. w.-n- w hp.-nd- s y -- be-fo- WU-co- v, 1 kn-"- it -- VOU R Letter Heads Bill Heads n-- INoteheads Envelopes yi 111 Statements Cards And - mj-.s.- " j. Ko-J- , y. at : other printed forms are given -- li-s- Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. Wonderful Remedy ai refril-'arat- - or jirof-slotj- J - pin-Wo- Couldnt Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women, writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny III "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so nun. my wegni was lib. Now, I weigh 1G3, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. 1 am in fine health at 52 years." . d fr r rk.fnk-.itttor- unnm-et-.irll- Us-o- a Wll.-ox- - n lrn ,uuy Antl-iMI- i. Cardui WomanisTonic Ve e ousands of such letters, and more are . arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's suffprfnero ,n. u..ua ,. women up to health and strength. If are a woman give trial. It should help you, for mil' fion others. I s made ents, which act promptly a7dm.uKly,oWomSSylS It is a good tome. Try I Your druggist sells "t. -- j lj-t- vf th-sr- e rin-- CASTOR I A UZ&iaZZk W la iffi hebea fl lwM y v"hiwi j m A CREATOR tninhir ninkT or tin "to woml'r.' Ht Now, wo ilirtnnd, "Tho of cfiiturlcn Jit Upuir Tlmt InJowtlrvK tufly, (the linileimlnml. lkji.n SUito Oriml Jtjouinik'itto" In K ! lw winnkr Would lie num. mnrveloiiK tlmt wcro iircky, tlilnir Miie tnlir'ltij; tliroiiKJi in oocurrrnco tlie early oiijuniMiinjcs at Uio tlajt l!utin yif'3.r-di,i- nu.rvir) tUlncx itihiu. wo If we did jiti Politics in Louisville. TO WOMEN VOTERS POINTS ABOUT 8CH00L ELEC TION LAW WITH REFERENCE TO WOMEN VOTING. Condensed Statement of Condition -- wit OI" Till' n two eM of one that thty itiwitrri il but were In t'nntravcntlon of law; the otlu-r- , tlhiit they nqcr icurred,beauso n.w Ih Immutable. Christian Scientist on Board tbe "Ohrl5tlnn Science make It irhiln that tlirQ iiIIokimI t'hdiiimenn (were Titanic Had Marvelous entlroly feiiRlble, and tlmt ithcy iwero In iuooiil!UH'u wit J i l:iw; that liiw Escape. v)uuiKfi mrt, aivl li tUncfure "r. today atlve Said be and always. dlvlti".1 inctlon: A rral thai jinx linn mid of ltO who moko v,Uh dentroy "Think not that am lonip-tabout the mlrneuloii Cl'l". of the law; I am mf. .uoiim- - to destroy, but un tionrd he Titanic to fulfill," tain jKjwinH uiwri tht.ro pv.ul.i. ban litrn jiiiicJi hn,vf In -- The Universe by Means of liae bern liirtety 1.1 Mi(o )atr t'ntiir,V mliun-il'irrVir- -l , J n iitiil NnjiAivUly m ulUjI Uf i'!n.'e Ceni'Tal fKii Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close of Business June 29, 1912. Law. ifai' 1 lion MVPil. r ilh to tfv Remedy la almost iWH 0 lU'ttI Otll'iWl TIl'lTI Wild ixjrtaln to be nood.;d botore the funnier wn pay- - la over. Huy It now and bo prpiril vWtinn in iWiiHiiinKton . n In;: "We lire told itlitit (the itroyir for ruiiJi iui cmciHilH'y. nlc by or Uio righteous tnun avnllftli miirli," All Ioalera. itlitl It would of!i that iitli'TK Khmdri Save lifffi kiviiI py ii inlruculou To Teachers and Trustees. Jlut the wny of proviTJio iirojcr milium lor tlie ut.lem"int dence are jxust flwL'JiK out, and w n,tiTiverlo-- ) iirjulnc Imhvwn tciiokora of inn only womk-- Jit tlirj nijMiry of luid tra..tc 1m tho nounty HUji'srlnVj'i-ilIt all." of mcliool. AUiny lUfuierw, l "Jt ls entirely .reasonable that wi'ti and hIUzliij Iviwi a e.ifitjo:ii of writ. Utlorui nhnuld urlrr," Miya William Ins tlw SWc Supcrlntmdent of Tub-li- e Jn H. Tost. "If the Ciynj'tMU the Instruction about every lltjtlv dv bible Ir true, nnd thin In the fell' ml tall of nkinafftrnrnt. I ,hnve nd p:in. wiiMiiKii" of opinion they why objfwtlon ito .'HiHwerinK .tJi'VJ Jtnitilrloi ixdlod on? The niA It statements be a lamjre to mn'ltr luid It In aJuno-abound iltli pnttrdiie of to tuiy Jt)lnil official or protection to those ,w!m depend on oltlKti lntere.ted In tlio ,weJ,fane of the j; purely divine jKiwer, There pitale tTlieno often lihuH. rviiuctstn Miiy It mt wrfniK somiiwihere. only one slik- of tlio iiucston nnd It n. Uie hr Uui,t failure lie Jn lwrt Is ImjMUHllde to Jv a to,'.- uclflj!on unydcrHUuidlnf tlic method ty which the til w luivo lieaid UiUi hUUp. Jii vI.hv prwrmV may be realli'tl? and of .tjieao facto, I .Uilnk !t wl "Christian Science put forth the Jiwt for all trtmUff. itejihera ruid citi l a scienbold proportion tlmt there zens to .submit these (iwxtlofiM flrK'13 tho tific method of determining Uio county aupcrltitcndiertt. Wihen an of a mctnrih) lcl or splrtuil opinio.) i nepded, tlie county auperili-tetidifUw. and lis availability for human in the jipp,cr jwumi to for nerds. It Ix tirovlnjt ltd proposition aji opinion tnun tli- - Sitp(t ntficm. iWien with a measure of sucvew tliat irlves tills its uVvvo, lie u;vn xive Im.Ii l(ty) of insurance of Knitter thing In (he fu- Uic question and the SUa,t vtCke can' , ture. , ' rilOVlNO I'HOMIrili OF" SCIU1TUHK mnder on lntcllicrcnt oi,'n!oo. StrAciily speujuu;, J havju no nutihonlty to ,rivo "Oji board the TltnnU; .won a Chrli-tla- n an opinion, except upon an npnefU (ro.n 1 Nme-tthluvt Tlv ,why otlifrn Vu.liljijrtGn ,wth IVt u liny It now. fiw era and Dlnrrhn-- nrnl Oollc, Ctiol. mltitrt in tlie ii'iul of tliu lt"iulrfUvwi Jn Uie ftfiie. .t:ttiily '.t Ir, V. t). la u nurv jJaytliin for not ronijniJjuil iy n I5ruiliyt nind il lar'e jMirUon of llio It'piibKeiin voter.? of the H'aif, Jiifisniiicb as U iw" l'. e.xi1jitejio to tho fmuriiitdnl co;ivcntion th.-i-t nojit Taft d"liB.i.U".s f,riini to Uio Olilftwi convenVl'm. ' otllc-lioiikA(lile from tlw ure a f iw and jxijltlc'ari!!, Un-rKentucky who R'.IU iTneHt m"n In cUvt; to tlic old frjiti)zi.ton, an a number of th"e men wre asjcm,blej In the office of Mr. .Marphall llullltt WVylwulfty aU rivwui dn wifiwer to tlnj letter wnt.0Ut by Mr. llulfoUwn lltt: t Dear Sir; In view of tluo upespnl stab" of tin- HopuWK'an jn l.ousvi;i", It Rfcins tbnt tlio.s 1n,tonttefI In the MJ'jOf. of the l'ntildMiliiii llckff. n tlio ifiii! I ulioiUt tr.y to i1i(kj tii'iina ui and HtrnBhjUn out tlv; local ilfficiiJU-unlto .Uie oriinli'.n.tjon Jn nn iPrK-'- e cinuilfin In the fall. To tl.in end am you to njt my offUo nn aKkfaiK t 1uvday, July 9, at t p. in., to dis' ' cuss bo 'iuatlon." s niKt1ilnR Ih danio tr itruldhtcn .Unlif ouf titn flCtuii.'Jon there Willi be practically no lt'piiUuciti or;ijlAitlori tlil fall at all. j We nitht fi.s will fnme (tie situation frunkjy ajid dfvnilno u,lirttv,r wu avo willing to iqt (he elactlon prnrtM-'lro ly default or wjietlicr wn h' nil try to U iut well iim wo difl a 'few yrfirs owapfr-ithm 1 Kf.n-tuoli- y Taff-lltni'C iw 1 1 nv-'Q- Important Information That Every Voter and Woman Should Read-H- ow and When to Vote Eligibility and Requirements. The law grading school nuffrnge to Kentucky women went Into effect on the 12th of June. Women who are able to read and write are now eligible to vote In the August and November elections for school officials and upon school questions, and are eligible to hold any office pertaining to the management of the schools, except those otherwise prescribed by tbe constitution. Both in cities and In rural districts, women from all parts of the state seem most anxious to secure accurate Information concerning the laws governing school elections. To meet this demand the Education Department of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs has prepared a brief circular on few of the most Important election laws, and Is making an attempt to bare the circular distributed all over Kentucky this summer. , Tbe circular Is as follows: Points About School Election Laws For Women Using the School Suffrage In Rural Districts. WHEN AND WHERE TO VOTE. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.$197,018.3C Cash in Safe 31,948.43 Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Dividend No. 30 Deposits $25,000.00 27,822.10 1,250.00 227,742.54 Overdrafts Real 540.33 2,000.00 $281,814.64 Estate.Furniture andJFixtures Total Total $281,814.64 The Only Bank in the County on the Honor Roll. Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARNARD, President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. wopd officer of the hlp. To ue I irui taken under bin own words: by suutlon. the water and held fatf it la to be I thought to maclf, "Now provd If I Imve advanced in .scienco vnfricJchtly to nuke "this demonMra-tlon.". Sclcntlt, C. II. l.KhtolIcr. the , i prov"In other words he not about jilntence ing of metaphysical tho the promle wan proving Uw. He ct Hcrlpturc, "Th Ijord on high I fvany tlie np'so of mtsrhtler than waters; yea. Uian tbe mighty wjwe of the sett." "It to evident thut the ofloom fni paralyzed by fear. were not ItleA This won tho flrrt step In tho propo- it the dccNfkn of tho nounty or upon hla frnuept. I l'nlr0 lo metke til,! appeal U all toafitwrfi anl truKtitM, to nuhmlt yur ftr't t3 to Uio' county up,csr!ntiejidcnjt, wbj tlie pioper perXi to Vjc-- o (ijl iiuittljiai of illffcrenue and doubt reKtirdAnK Lin pcfiooln of hla 'Qouiity. , Yours very truly, i llAltKSIMI,K JlAjMUKTrr. Staio .Sup't. of Slioola. aivpsrl.i-tenoVt- Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORI A FOR Soon lie was sition lie wo proving. blown to the (surface hy oSr forced ehlp. A bin funneJ foil out of tti pro. wilier at liV M1" nJ Into tlie him out a wave tlwt Carried ltutl down of ilunt;er of b'ljux iunUn drawn y suoUxin. tVLIUTIAN ClKNCKHLS STltENOTII miraculous nothlnx "There wa about all this, nor yet In tho fact that Mt. Sterling Drys Seek Local Option Election. .. S' Mt. StcrUiwr. Ky., July wcro ju In olrculttjUon kite (lij ov,'-nlamended by fifty of. a meciiiK ctlacfia ealKiiK for Vucil pptlon Jctlon to Iw iDQld In thlfl ivmty on aTjltumner 30. TJio Itev. II. C. llMiiUm. pa'itor of MetliodUt Churoli, u cVtoted tho Qhairanan of n Oa;iu,i?Rn Oinuniltilei; Ju'm; Wihlto Hccrttary; John Stofer, iiitunU'J TrlniWo, trieoHurcr. -r lui wait the nUfht in an T(wvjijty-f4v- e jid woh plcKl up In the ont hf all lifWKint otrw liavn jto li ht'Io aunrle'l inoriilaK. One tlilnir that to tho ptlilkins befor a call cUi eyperl-:nt- il THany wax Uw: fact that ho Via l"auel liy County Jivbjo McCoi niV'k. fnnn tlm no HI oftect Ait tili lwt election .Uolil In iUls oily the M'Uli tlie c ami jirlvatlon. wota wore vlotorlotis. ' ccjiUon of half an hour, ,whni ho ,w. Ho not dry cloUiitw,'. wnltliif In bed from tho time Jio lelt JiJj own nlilji tUl he liindfJ In Nw Vork. " I have been tvld by many," iwJu , Mr. l.llitolUa-- "that they cannot my nwn-timuliitutaitl how taulUbruiu uiulir mj Kreat u (tml!i. they do n,t under That l of my Htrenirth,' lie H'anil the nounre was matstery due added that tlil IZOdy'ie entirely to Ills study of Air. nt Is.t lril lr w Bible Schopl To Be Held at Rosine 1 U 'teuehlt4.'- - ' after xeach-l- n "One of We flrsl aetjS a to imrcliaro wu Waotrinfiton iopy of On; bible and ui 'riclen'' .' Key to the. and Health with to riilate thope thait liad been lot. To him Uiasc ,wero textbooks oa law. iot the law of hylc.n, bu.t he avill- tl law n jnttajibywlw. Scrip-t.tire- Vote the first Saturday afternoon in August from ,1 until 5 o'clock at tbe in school house In each which the term of the trustee expires, this year. The officers of election are aijo. chdsen by the voters at the opening From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return At tho meetlnK in Mr. IliiJ.llt'.i office of the polls. (This does not apply to It waa diil-Alvit heforo pJny(ti!iilnK' graded common school elections. oonM be il)a'! Cor Tufit In Inilnviil'.o. 't waa nrcnvnry to ask the State Contnl Those Eligible to the Office of School Splendid Trustee. Qammlttre lo aUolWi the He. Any woman who Is over twenty-onpublican conimkttcje Jn this cWy, which Is Headed by Mr. Harry Ilunvitt an.l years of age and has been a resident you Mr. lAiceor.lnsly a of the district for sixty days Is eligible Jolin Oa?.lay. to the office of school trustee, provided commll,Ve of repMSsnfatlvo meri, 'luvul-e- d she Is able to read and write, as by Mr, Kalrllgh wtia afipn'.ncil to shown by a certificate of five responsic appear before tlie State Crntial ble cltliens of the and urge thajt cictlon. The Question of Local Taxation. YeAtcrday Mr. nnl lid" On the first Saturday In August, appeared lcfr the Stnte will vote on oommltire from Ijiul.svllle also, many Thi question whether or not a special biijt fow and the, mida. n liejiirthy scboot tax is to be levied. Such wrare the worda tJiat were mid by the local question can not be voted on unless . Jklr. the Yellow Jacket and let the mocUn.i SJat'; Cejitro.1 Goiiynttitet-Jlirrnott fifteen days' notice has been given by open at once. . .. and Mr. Quuteday Willi fuanawe liv wrltte'o or printed handbills posted o forTnft in I.ouIrvIMo this (all. in st least five of the most public :: Yellow Jacket Stivers. :: It qsams that most people will l.i- Mr. FMrloIgh and lib? a.ssoclH!9s jwere places in the sisft on being superficial or break ithelr Women In rural districts do not laJtcl to tukj? a back A.at. They .will register. necks In the attempt Think about lu h alOWed to vote for fTaXt and to are not County Superintendents A man or woman is no Jomaer judged o thp Taft caropfulKn fund, but November, 1913. as a rule by character but by cloth Uiey will not be epec4ed to take any elected until If a about ing' and external appearances. part in thet campaii. At in) me later Important Points About School ElecTake your time, brpther, flchjtlng man wears diamonds, folks say he Is will time rnorganilzaUon In laoulsvillle tion Laws For Women Using the putting on your political be iqnnsidfreil by a Hjwclail coinim'titoo School Suffrage in Cities of the Sec- clothes. It's tour morrths tlU e,l6ctfon. rich. If he dikes out In fine raiment, he Is entiled un being yet. from tne State Central Conunlttec, but t ond, Third, and Fourth Classes. although he may bo In debt tof ewry , not iIh yir. THE SCHOOL BOARD. rag on his trjfflo body. Wby not look To the KvoolnK Hoist ilila acilrm of U jwould te a whole lot more Incities the School spiring to Jiear a sarmAn preuuehed oa more at thn true chaxapier of the man In Second-Clas- s the Ktato Central Commlttop p.pje.ira electlostonJ and UfttJnK. Mr. tyriKilt nnl Board consists of five members to Iwax onu and measure the pereun accordingly ? a term "The W1b' Lot" than Remember pa'ntlnc a mule striped don't Ui'j ed from" tho city at large for Mr. Cajwday strfke tin as ciMifiUy delivered on "Lot's Wife." of four years. In November, 1912, all i make him a zebra. rbc-tlo- n rislat men to mana,!ro thl o five members are to be elected, two o for Taft ujid lirtulley In Ivnuls. members for two years, and three EaUji too much la a dissipation; ,UitU We heard a fellow the other da,y Mllle. In no Sar aa the future, ii.tafnl-vlll- o members for four years. kills more people than diwikenneca o making eyes it la concerned tlmt Fourth-Clas- s tuiit n,walt cities the and yet your hvar ulrmot nothing fialj who has been In Third and the Domocrata snorting like a oat In evonts. Tlie imon iflnllow School Board consists of two memagainst It. a wimp'fi ncit Iwuuw a Cu(Uiollc de(fV a oonitstoit policy In bers from each ward, elected by the o livered the opening iirayicr at the Ho. In Nofocition in eh;irp: while city at large for four years. With bofji ieot S(iuorly pjan(ted MP" publican Convention titaut nominated Taft vember, 1913, one member Is to be Uie Mr. .Tnft la a candldaite for Hrwllint. U broad plank ot IttiPUbUrnrUsm U,ut al(mK hero coma the Democrats elected In each ward In which the Louisville tiiiunlns Vof. where tho Yellow Jiuikiejt staiyls. Tlhajl's term expires. and have Cardinal Qlbiions (to pruy for our puncheon. VllhJ na-- il Dr. Mllea Anti-rai- n Nrer them and no,w the fellow awenra he to School Board. Eligibility fo- - hendnrhe? Itetter atnrt now. o will trot wllh tliu Sptlolliitn. iJirt Second-Clas- s cities, women, twenty-fand In Tio mowuf in whtuh Fltfjprrold 'iui go. A man who would Jdck up a our years of age, resident, of the and Fitiydinmnju ttlifJ dcUgvnt&) ixiilm! city, who have been citizens ot the each other a "lUr" and a "coward" ro,w ovtr tho denpmia.tlonIUy of n United States for three years and who at Baltimore BURfftta that U w,n also n!rJftr who Ih apked to offer a piav- cr u,t a polltU-a- l couvtniUon lian about as are able to read and write, are eligible a harnvony uftxW. mtieih rcul Clirlhjtujiity aa a ,Jnel ibur. to the School Board. o row any how, and It dun't matter 'wlioro cities, women, twenty-fIn Third-Clas- s And June Mortih of love ojnd butiuty lie our years of age, citizens of 4,'ms for tlie de.vll hoa iihq taKsed. pqrlod of noses an-- l -o residents In the city for two and munfiiKc; years, the last year thereof In the uuwai of resurrection; mouth iof TO;n Almut a year uko tiie HlUiijror rwrcirk und cholward, who are freeholders in the city, apple, younif Irljih pola!toe cd tluU "Uod moves In a my&toriaua d,cpatttd. and who are able to read and write, era morlnui--hwuy Ills woudeis to perfuirjin" us -o are eligible to the School Board. ojiutlc way pf Wilnsth.it somewhat SUum rnllens are terrible tilings, my when a man began cities, women who In Fourth-Clas- s to blasptertiQ an-- i are d brother, but Umy ire qualified voters (see below), who six poaches und cream compared with a boast of hja darrintr and courage ito do have resided In the ward for no. he wpujdn't fiddle lonir on that months, and who are able to read and Democmilc soup vta&on. 1D0 ou Uku string. We referred dtreUJy to on a write, are eligible to the School Board. t, fEGGfrSS4SGra$S TRANSFER AUTOMOBILE d e car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable want to leave. when Com-nKt- t. coin-m,l- tt' Coni-mltfi- c. COOPER Hartford, Ky. S6 CO. ta 11 earn-palg- m t. well-to-d- o, y.e-u-'- a koo-ko- ThK-Urarfl- lt Ken-luck- as baiiUo-ltfuise- the hint? KilHy of .which hfi v,--.. - not atitrlUute )U aui ..mi.., ..(j,...r 4JIW Intorvctitlon. U) a 'inlraouloua irocuo tip) Ho dU not UlUyve .11 M.ral. In Ho njuilar wwertatlon of that tor KlUived that the Creator nntvcre by mcuma of Jaw, and fur him Jio m- It was not ncccfcfaary inanl- to law In pi nd hln own hta iiodnew. fi.t I4AW ABOVB TJ1K PHYSICAL. of ' "He had acquired home understanulne tliat there la a law r I Jud hii th.it RiHillillillillillillillillillv . When to Vote. Vote by secret ballot at the regular November election or on other days, If the County Court so orders. Register on the first Tuesday in October, any time front 6 a. ra. until 9 p. m., or on such other days as the City Council may by ordinance prescribe. No person may vote without presenting a certificate ot registration. A lost certificate may be replaced by making affidavit before tbe County Clerk and paying a fee ot fifty cents. o IA inakfH a aloru orth Carolina kinds of tal speclulty of "twenty-tw- o of cum powdjia." That's mono kinds Houpatoue Uian wo thought tli.re were In JJio entire world. Col. Dlok Maple, wlvo utteniptd to convent tlie JUp Huw Ino a mink pot of o ufcove Uw A the roiujny!cal. aiwaw. annul n Inferior phJ"J. ' wjileh one; then- - The Somfhern Ulblo. ,CAafenetu.-not really law U pn HruVeoomUviiUonal bihUi H.'hool, for rore tho inferior lone is o kWS ye 'better undeVuni!p to Jpower onjy ojf, how m kli. tuia ho ujrtor Wv Htufiy tiw cripturva, will hold U flrat Mle calotenee ttf the la 'uiikndwn. toason ut Konhw, Ky., beirfjinJin: Uiu "it houU h rvmmtor4 ina1 nd night of July 80 wiU outtuuie ten duyi: nvwum , 'mar- wctd 'niiracte' briclwOUr" Ewrfbody to avekorne tp, WUmJ fuiy wi 1 . I lfre ",er v""' superior law 1U4V. ,W. II. WiHTiK. all aevionf. w TlUl SCJhOm WIU ilB lJ.lui;w W. H. WJiUe and oWiora. Rev. WJUto r aided in Ahl oaunty many ieaia In lallvi d mny f r.letv4s oiiJ ha Kr.tucky. Ito to ww Wtsum ot a lllejricn ltafttltt - Church fU Fio-i, ' , , euct, Atafciirn. -- -a-- a recti One of the sure a slJ cousin to any oit U not blow- of Uhrlstianlty I to hnr hl-vne cer liut off htfl buHi n md nut tain bxaneh of Kiliifkm. o Iloum reued 'And tho Democratic Who May Vote. to furnish fuml tp pay (the taijLff years ot age, All women, twenty-on- e and ao starved It to dep'ji. cltlsent ot the United States, residents Evidently the conimJttUou not it of the state one year, of the county suiting ajipctlte tlie of the sixty tht thlrty-Ni'eoii- d m Is months, and ot the preclnat i days, and who are able to rsad and Traders. o write, are qualified voters at all elac-tleof school trustees and other We want to ok every RepubKean oflcsrs required to be eleotod by the reader of the Stinger who fail life' an Independent. d upon all sotoool questions he would admire Mfl (Ky. CoMtttuUon, ate. AcUt lilt.) blaMiieniy und Kut buuneed and ftam ho announced lie would tjiow Uio o,rU J'utt how little he had for oi,Uwl' religion and accepted tlveiulosy by flaunt-UIn the fnoe or wiry tiio llutt-Cu- t Chrta(!ian in tiirt land. Tho IlUitjtiit was born and KKk.-u tew kicks ivul jklter-e- d out M.t tmi.i Iri noire Dick M.o' Is JiiukliiK r.eible lliu eplmWon nf wxip bubhlo. In otlur worda Dl.k' pen wom liy (la own putrVUty. Hut you :u I'lck !ui I a lioft.of ad u!iini,''l-lojwen- s. A street fakir uui uwl lUturwm. A Jog flitnt will uttract s crH1 anl the ante of a do fi)it will log wboul as ImiK as the fame of the man who aUeiinpts to ftlurtle liy tiio world bl&BphcmUH UlORier. D'ytt understand f From the YeJip.w Uornvlaji W d piftl-on- Jact, N. C. " "- - ih, '""" mmjob - 6traJht.fromi!he-houlde- r Corn, Hay ond one horse tor sale. Call Hqpubiican R. B. MARTIN, KCttpel preached that summer to oend oa , Uarltord, Ky. m much a one new rubswiiitloo to Fw Sale. TCl,' i of my atnff In nbm I have implicit confldinc wvut with h'm almort tvery liour of the ilny tnd t v conn,j(n11nl ntid ;i Ktrwl aworrtltp to In Bt Uip I'optonii nlnK 1n ol the pcml , mall m.tt . ana.ro. Ky.. lurtn leaf. Hartford Republican. -- nl ,,., ft To Breeders and Shippers of Sheep! NEY FOSTER, I lmvf Ju: mid l. n fact. Whan 1 romnnhw tfca Wllnc?"n un. miM(0 of t mlimakiruni and vrn't. RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER Juit IMDln wa. tteciovd of ronfi.iw.lv PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. tyin.ir tndicent nti'l m'rar to-- l in tiat atatWonic wa a?' v i of CU-t A4drM at! communications to Inline Idiot; anil thnt me Hartford Republican. land was Occur il of bra..i'.'y iiullr to ndur u.t'i htaJvlf.--- . I Tuli-no- r ;m.i(Ac the w!uvler. cli ukf-e- Asn'nf. SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE TO t iff- HairrlWr lirii)c tlie piij.t-- pent to n new Mr. Uooev- - U. oltlioi-sl- i . Mr. Hockou. l ,ii fV n Iiil ndilro. nm: pltr tlip old mhlreFP In tnuVltic tlie to do tvijoeft. physical condition, wit'i h 'ear lr i'A IlDpollrltFd nninTlptp will not bretriitd .n aVirc and wl mm ' fully "m' nnlof" nciMiinpiitlm M po.tiice. Any p'iii.i.n w II it11 no lll Anon.vmoop iiumonicntlon thnt .It to lmpable ft i ,i Man to i attention. the nvntai and i.'i..!il v.'k wli'rh l. 'if performing dally and ms pnrfo-:zo for twtiwy.five yuw, If li brain w '" rtcugh r&v?r. ....- ii'litkkd or hlf loly wak'i. iy t' rjUl'AV, Jt'LY 1?. habitual ue of aJjunili'il. Ne nun- c' .it. w '.: act lie Juds d .mvlf.ly y ititlnm . I luu V n In.'- cf Th- It. publican we WKh thu lna maSo'y ftwwciatcl wltji Km nw f..: the r.tli ye ir of its etatfin-- e. an.l I Bn dm . v to thr.nk cur fr.vndf ami we -t in . t. ii. '' """ " mtrmw for !1 t!w Aid anl iuppox "5 "'" ' ,J n n t'i ' I r.twtmoU in '.'.k- 'cr:-- ' Uf wlllch they hive . lui. U.e Jiope h.i- - ,,avt ev r come in ' " n joxt nnJ to expr iu. of ' "' may .XVd each aro ir..and l.roH-rlt,.t..r. ., . r : ou ;' i " env t'l 111. that Aliey will nut forc-- t ' wwittp(ttf- aIH iilll 1:.t- I'rV- .r t US f,L PV v ty ti i'v, Youi i tli lr mnUiTiU'-r- t suppo.t we m I.YSIA.V AH! V'T ,ln niaKlns nuny and t.iJr T.j Mrs. G. A, Srln.r. our JWi yiu.r. C M BARNETT, J. EDITOR8 -- d i i ft ft The Government requires that each load of sheep shipped from Ohio county be accompanied by a certificate statinp the number of sheep, to whom they nre beinjr shipped, and the market upon which they are to be sold. No sht-ecan )e brought into tMis county from an adjocninj: county, without a certificate from the inspector of the coun y from which the sheep oripinate. Shippers of sheep livinpin this county and buying sheep in adjoining counties; must secure a certificate from the county inspector in the county where the sheep are bought and mail same to me before I will issue a certificate for for soid sheep to be loaded in Ohio county to be shipped to market. Farmers living in Ohio county are required to secure a certificate before you can sell and move shees from this county to an adjoining county are hereby warned not to moveriny sheep without a certificate. Shippers and farmers should write me at least two days before tlu-- desire to ship or move sheep to another county; stating the exact number of sheep to be shipped or moved, to whom they will be shipped, where they are to be sold, over what railroad they will be shipped and the date they expect to ship. Shippers waiting until the day they expect to ship or failing to state the number of sheep in applying for certificate w.l! have sheep left at shipping rw:nt until said requirements arc fulfilled. For certificates or further information, address: , rfCi-Ir- phJ-Jii- Y H H m -- 1 I - - " ran ! "' ler "evljtnr. ' " L. D. BENNETT, Inspector, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. 3 ff Ut f ! 4' l"" .., V-.- I ne atance ' Uvw frlnd durlnc 'S,?aCi I at rUOjnore Jn h Col. Brynu dwU:d. "TU re b not oup ocik'v Jiuman b. inw-- ficr whom I ffl lu1trld., Th.n h' fl"ly w!p1 lb? Mood of Clianifi C'.aak anl overflC hun. from ,hJ old lred ot.hT firm-- r mens ox juul iut it awrii. L peh Trophies for Marksmanship. Frank-fort- REPUBLICANS NAME i 'i pr'm 1: ip il. 1" 11 ' w 11 - s.. 'n ti '1 . ' ; II - Ky July 15. Col. nT. Tiimiv HI'", ai'lns hU.lt'jr !n h niitloiol nuanl arul otlvjr arljutint offv 'by :; at tlia )r a powvh.r .unvii: There art two of taijii ?Juw!Uy nilk . Hon. excepting tliat one Is hwr'.b l "Clrst ' for mirkamonohip frd st, th'i" i!. r (ii nrtm CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN Alvis S. rS-.- it kIkiiti of Hon. Ciiut Vm is li.w an tile ptktroivuce offU'P Jils .Host be rwiiivmbcr-- d Elevten&h dlv.nlrt. ,lt ;i Uuit lurln tiir pro.onvtnttion Oiltb took u neutral position. Jle Uls rwaid. now b,-'uim-Iio,p1 rtu-pin- tlK" Tixipiliy." ttl Ief'.r ) 'Wie trophl! stand off: t.wio ftet J1I5I1. antl nra of inass4 sUir. .unnuujit 1 by the ahlelil of tlve fntte-- 1 ffMrf. with "t'ivl. Kentucky Xntlcn Secretary "IVotll n A U im: f"l t'l in ui) Pi'kti.'' li- - "l'l to'llcl.t. j U 'os vilt and in-- ' T.ift 1i. i .ilUil.t upiill "l kt 'ti . ''ik m.ike a f'elit at tiie priniii!'". a' i'i' I Store Building of D. J. Tucker of ur Vi .1 II Bennet Elected uih of tlum i( ftt'p tli :n ,; i, n. iiiinnk - in u.&ti that U will not abld by fit- r r lit .1. Livermore Burned at of the , 1 1 -- ;i .k to tak' ;vut in d .i'i pi- ib r:.. '.1 t k ::' ... ONLY ESCAPE FROM . 1' li . II ' M u : l" r tl II ,'i I I I 'I ' Ill t '1 ' lil I to t'l .1' h "1 It 111 I. t ' t.. til pi'.m.i FIRE WAS LADDER ' r. 'i t'l im I'f ' . I'I i .Ji ii it Committee. , croel In wif ami ooloiv, Ui r.jnt-r wih.h 11 Mi- - itisl.-above- . I.ntthn-lllc- Ky., July J2,V. oase it la be.iUn. TI.e sewhich side will candidU'. for pr I ,t.t!on Inat.ad of nepul.'.Van tltl.ftt." li f. to t - l'l be nauw iff 1 Early Hour. l.lvcrmore. Ky., J,u!y ovVr-th- 13. Don't Know They Have Appen-- , tt ll'-n,i- J olntors 'iV Miuiy Tl.L nrn-Iru- dicitis. llantford i them on tlie r !' njip'-iidl- is li County tnas enrvnUoivs will ibe mwlalKcji. They nre nuM to T 'atiii-(la.ltiVy tlixouclioui ICntitL'k , 3) ilollftTi' inch. for the n w riiittv. lioin ail ltwllca-tloTlie mltltwy (vnpint vUll eompet.-foilll be largely attli. in on the rlf'je itaiw. Coinjvil " Jiie iiKvt'n tended Im all tu- - (oiuili-- a. In' wjilcih ev.ory man ulioot vne iitialiflJ, and tli.- company mk.uh.uk plvj liljrhs-- t the only .positive cure now known to (Ui 1U'-ll- tt liicAcid to our Demricrf..!e averame not bUun W ucoel V. Mare-hal- l allow. t.'. tho medical fiutcrnlty. Catarrh ba!n; r . frierjl1. for alfCKVt-lu- -; ex clu-tofnom th iiipoin? .i tlilrd Aerni. the flrct Iwnior trophy tor till n'lecallP? i a oonstttutional lltae, ruiulrWa i toi. mpjioSiuiKn: recent TJicy luivie not lu n n,ble to set one in y'jar. The i lionor trophy poea t Mr. nullltt4 Ilalil'x Citarrn - p. n ial of th.- I'nAteil S'jit' . atltut'oivd ttreatinont. . sixteen Mtiar.1-the company liavlny itilio next htalie! solk'HoCure is tni;en liitornally, acting (lirc't'v Ineligible to aotv i'1 ncore. All tlie companl" upon the blool njid mucous mirfa? j ot r' m,w worki' c niakea him Pwf. AVIIimn ' a rcink fre trader. tor iUk- h'noiK, wliVh will war the ayatem, thereby I JtiX) rot; Hi.. Z.nni. Should liU tl n - b put IivIa) viftvX t)iembf f an alvi4Kry ntvl I.- uia.-tr SI. "i'h rthtir ihoivl r (trou"d datlon of tlie illacaise, and rfiinj i!i c junti y jo into uuld tli whole aid -- la campiOii f:ot cominittee. thk' bronse mdaJllrjmt tire" ,to b biat-rl- . patlnet aruifrth by building up mittee, were named av foliovwi: nl wvth 4!ie luuina of Uie. t y.mifuib and a.'.tlns nattue in do.n dWrlot-- 1.. W. Kysof M,- and ithelr raiilnunw. holcfnv till im. with its work. The proprA4or have i ni'i' h n cJ) the of our country ths V.V! yeam vllle. , In which thty w.on. fjlth In it curativ! powers that t'. v IioiiiirniUt n of TuJt Ui" Sliht to be in'.md dUtrlct J. AV. MoCuUooJi of off-r One Ilimdrul IKUiv for any c..ir.k.unly, on fweoun: of luatAoii, I Teachers Institute August 12. . that it u" to ur.. ftend for , fraud. . D. I.. Motley; At Thdnl Utry.-C- ol. ti'st'monlulf. Th O'llo County T u ur ln'tfr.e lioivlkiK Orece. Tine eoist of livlnt; In rJu'.Umore lim will h" p. j. CHKNEY & Co., In Iln.'trni.i .jinni jiiliiR Fourth Jltrtet Col. Andrew CVw.'i 3f Adl.ts: to the "Id I v I anl pofitairo the w Jj of Ai'vu--.- t It". d.ro.niHi'l SoM ') l)rusits, ,?. Toieto, ') J Mu' lr. ;, Imlnun. ttnriKa. Hall'ji i"am'ly Illi'.s for co.t. dii now be bo '!;"t for two ler, who was inKinu-K- r TakJa-- 't yf.i. lian lliflth dOatrUc-O- ol. Andrew Cuwmi of .Alpu.Uon. ctnUi. betn mcuriil for tl'U r jwlon. u:d ) lao .Ml F4ck."'ii. Certrdde u!aL,t in elect-idtatrtct John f J. Oials l'l'f.Hlden. It Wilson Fliouid lower .Trade work, of Ct --nbro. Mass Convention nry.m won' Cov'naton. a to W.i. hlii,-.- n butkUnv. It ( t!irtu,-h- t Uiat arranv anentt u!U Tihe r of Col. Tl.'-o- l jv Itoo't. C. iVTl of CSov- &venth aistrlat- -I tfll llllil lx'. to run t!i rnni' nt. .' The or tl b made for the en rtaltntk.au in .ho i Ui put. lt, V c,'r-limrton. aim or.d a'U pl.mt H.lnl in ii' n lur s o tltoit h O.io of tho-- ' in ' " '" of fhlo CoctitV 'ol. l'ynn '.I'tntnvfc during nUttU '!in jitald AV. WeJchof,0'1 pnoinpui- s In Uj 'a ,1m' a aver Diuir and I'oitievtlle wl'l UisliMi tllatrlo- t- Clcorg : .u'-l-.t Into T.ini'i. r .1 lo id for Vms prliuVpkc aivo .it ! iiy th i Diiiviile. tlu f r. . Tl." Hern miimy each 'tavo ons n'fllvt tor nun diH ?''. ypll fflQin it Mi- -u :i clirtlnpUw of Sinr i!Kbt-- i of t'i"jI Vtavh JWrlrt-- W. A. Clnn of A!l- - l '": Una by th?lr o'.vti .talent. for about twrtito' inlmit m prJplo an- r'U''.txl to in t at the land, S'tipt. Henry Istteh bs bumy UUs week KUUnl by dlr 1 u nfll Ive a llijuse In Hartford, Ky., a,' -- acount of oiw of Uvu inoin-- i 1. Iiik Court V. jfcwnrth lnownth 0.'Jill'lct-- .l. F. the fro. tlMt of oho .variierf ifofJ opViil li to ilia .in- an the tomb maktni; a eompl'. o'clocl: p. m. Siitur-iaJuly .'. for t:io of Mlddleboro. Of tlie fH'tiluiv- d In the county, anil proporly clojIf,v:.itf non.oii. purpoao of H cUnc d l4rut(x lo mUeiid re. nernho'.m of thm. Uy .lulng WiLslt, v.fll J mi may Uvlllo ami 1.. XV. mU1uru.11 i.ouii. tli- - i.otftr an onal Cominittioti. wjiioii h.n w paid SI 00 per to tu of Mt. at a 1utnUe.t llonry Will anilliUi.,c Wllfo 1 aytin wl'li lnafttr 4o toU exactly wiat iSfiaahitw a.v Wrnon. boeii cull'il to m lit at Klistib tltpnn. Now Orjeain, In 12. MtRhty iotly Kryan "Kn-K'1 lltO ,1 'IKlhi'l lllit" in or present on tin Uy A munbtr of the committee. .' .111 the Ky.. Aiur. 1. nnl to take moji oh r thupoa wKh aumuKii troui.l. ur maifri.'--tlojifone the ii.ni;.i m of th InaUtut". To day p"vipio . ry '"nth district will b naniul w thin a aoUmi an .the nwliin; may Uciturinlne iw ii". Tlie protprim If a'no Juins prarvil c WJn with Wi now b "! th' county In bj.aiif 'A Klnc'a New I.lfo J'las for iLk troui,1 e to orsilr..' weok. It l aald, Oie staU- - o n' il for the en'irs ..f th- imUuitt, Itfloaftufalhe rrJinjilis. to P' CliatiKt'l as wll cm llvtr. kidney and buwl I'li't'mwi' to the In which to cantor with : .jn. Mid will bo anntunii' l lat-r- . S. I., Stevens, i "Jivlji WlUou .1 f l'Uvu naineit from which the i iviapn ir jiire. hut, unly :" u a: . W. IJ. Taylor. All Urussb,u. Us Ln will Solent n s NARROWS. .Kfn! K 'jiubVn 1 r will imet Bt Chlcaso C. V. Kioivii. r for Uie ntaAvnvcre iavi, .1 upon a t. laiUi att fir il'wa rvij ano Jionnt- - White ctr vis Auvtwt .'.lb to !' 11. S. Chamhcrinin. The Manless Man. follow : It. AY. siacfc of tj nnboro; ln r I.u'i.k ut ll'jiw'.U. I'WhUiiit In the fiobl. Sluetinaii Clianlm-laln- . JIU moth r U a woman. , K. I'. Kriua of Con!n;rton. .1 dm r. Mi. and Mr. It. l: .nfraw vlHlt d Shty K. Y. lterl;. The firm prvm to lalai car- - oi hli of I.xlns!lon, .S, J. !:.. of A Sj'fiak 'iHli.p In huiul Is wortli much Mr. aud Mr. mt. ismrnon . II. Ward. a fiimiile uui- - . .kjtcn, ntl A. T. Slkc ttl WiUHjiu- more tiinn .1 I'i 'U.iny rill tile bupji liuk,' at Simnyj'tel Suivlay. A. It. Illloy. Aftar he Uiroush wlUi him. ,i bum. CIlMlfli Cla.'k. Mm. Jiria llaidUon, of Cau.pb. HaUUe JqImi W. Taylor. , moOl'f awl awitlior tiur" (im'l)i A committee of three, comi i nd of U vW.,1rs Mr. tttvl Jlr. W. P. Allen. J. II. M um B"'i r on ei.niroi jimi. ut JIOIl. loilb J. W. jreCulloch. Xatlonal 'i is u .t mlglii'.y cafe M.r irtKl M.ra Or low lao- -. of I.Uttc man K. T. Franks and li. J. KiiuM Woodward. day nUihtf. san- - in 1:1 w ptirty id Liil lloek. As-tdHlt.d Jr. . par. ciai'.im 111 and view chalrnvin. V.'. s1. Tlnal y. Ilia tralKtol Vach-ii- ' is a w n ,. in Keaitik;. iAitlv- mt, Ur. afld Jin. V,'. I., l.uwbtoe, th y , WUi UUn-e- . , (,'ki In MiUc?e he In In ju, ,i th utato nonunit' . wan i fc'. , Tive T. itarneu. i fair to be (1 fu'l iu.it t-- k. Mr. aiud JLr. lwAa.-..- ' ulll nanteil to lank tntu, the Uy of t'Wt ho 'jumir' rormu m Aliihmiw 111I1 ' K. a. Bfutfu, j;nowii nun u i r WK-he iioas lliti IhihIihi ii . s, n i tt jkui. outlined by ' Uectnr forj ,:uriiln ut Uielr iioin.- - rA UM ntkctWB ViU-Slionti, i nwit of hlf Utile in Uls nil.' wlili .i I.uillow F. for rooriyt il 't tliu TAJ to jilan tntpji to itock. U'V l tlllK , Vlre,'l Kialii. WAtnaji tynewT'iUT. iniii-UuI'Ufth nUMrU't comniltte!. In '.' the Artie OlUltl). ' il'm tmh-- l 'IHioiiiM whila teaoliluc It. W. Kin ,, At llnrw lie MU iict 4o whiiiiii. tho cotnmltU'e, an at w .t von tH'lutn ut Friodyilitnd. i.ent Stturday T. II. Iltack. . MtltUt ll, bi r ogtllatd M til 'I milt llvvt nurnmer Jie loll; vo'Jtdr MVii nm ji. UMlllv Thr Is now -- .... , ..r wan ui- ivoi.w. Jt. corutltuivl commtUaa In Uie l! . .1. N'y FnaUir. Is llJl. lie jiiarrluB a womuu. i . Ul'l .Ml'. J. . Th'WUM. . Ii. i:. lUUy. , XVhm lie dl"e and una to AlvU S. acrnlury f if the Mr. William I'ark. miml waU 'irri .r II. K. Ifroivu. Dr. Abbot On Mr. Roosevelt. parMiii lit liniuir a for -l- auUil - mii' im cumiulttati, vaa ftcite will bj)dii Jiif uAMiiaJ w. j'. Muuuiff. Tfce Quttlouk. .V w Voik. July X IJI.'. at Uila utfl an a ! 'ury I'o the aUU. upuln .Mr. nji Mrfe c. M. Uaroeu. Soldiers Reunion August 17 ,. iwk wt ''muiitt' e. 1'onr Mmltwu Your loiter f June St'U w. ekf with r.iUttlvf at the II. It. Woudlns. IliHd om to my p riuial uttuitUali. I The lontliiuoiiH itiln en Uv . I., liiiu--. 11111 Teddy to Speak In Every State. of July pwi ntd 1m' IioIiUhk of t'i. f.imila.1 with tiiv ,lms, which Owmitboro and II .Mr. . QW , Jiiii( Fdbr. llenni. u lruijV, of Oattr lluy. N. v., July 1! Wltlilif .SoldUr 'y " liarauur!i iy. fWirto:'-ou- s, r uiUtn iuvl Umn ',nn u XV. !. Ji. liiJrCck. , of July, otliituh 4i ilaiuuil (or I'muil uun. Calwi. UL. U vlaUlnv 11 tfWtkcr. Mr. I'.mu than a fuiitubtUt Col, lioojiei. . pgub ire 4cotnK abxiul tli. Haui !!aju4t. C. ii. .mUh. City, aiwl tho inuit was try v j mi tli iy Una llr. iiuvrvM ably will mui Ui" mimmiai til.i,vliji'i pitim 1 MJm r.uki l.iiynl W"mt to K''hol ' J. (!. ICmiwii. uritiL Um Uilnl to the xowut'V" Udtf of ubAlitiilc Sa,timUy (In Am'ii .ui. are to utury him iirtaJ ulinoet vtty H. T. Crowdir. TJiey urp w''umK Ovb KUtrUN dy liuiv ,h will Uaoli ih04l. HilUWW. Tsio oomm.Uao In olt;irsv wui S'iV' uf tliu L'ulun hufora the .ineii(bur Mr. J. II. TJnuna u huh on oriMich crt .fOU)ld.l.tlol Ui fi dUumulnt'd ,iut cvi-'l- l IhoiCill Uk ih'ii Akhuuslt ha ha hot i4ifliil from UI finally, stop, tlw vioun Is wmie 11 This is Good News. itr. 1Uuk - It b. iu as 'u.p ivu njtu'i'a iwoj wtiuimi jn JiU f.. .;, tutWetf-- a Aiud iI.cUUhi, ho wijKct to iwi't tltreo moiilli uo. whilakiey. lit mn. 11'' ii' v r uo'u-li- ' Naw Yolk, July 15. ilnUirvlpiU Com- - witt thai tla pkudc wiia iouir.p.'tlob. lUysUr Bay ivwli af t r ii' .t. Kwiwi". jiMUd :i "imklHll" Xll "lif , ouli'in nwluotloti ' MMiy Old SiklieiH whiJl in (IjUi-'ioau and aiv t. iHt i'.ley on mene--j d.inmiltslun p 0,1 'uk rOr iale. Will 'II Uity tor Hi llwuikin. but Miy I lie ,ti.. ningi.un. Il- - may ul'o m iul the uwciUMim; about li jicr oent ii ull Us custon.ui lU'luhMj wi'.th mIs ittn. Utair old Urns .nltiek and iiiil,i tli" tu!' Crest biff les bov. Suitable tor Inruo ,,,l',"tW "'iii'iUiuilOf the n w I'rqs'P". ritlas thiuiifihout ooiint)-- . Drtistk! rtifinns in neKUtatiaR or Imaidlns house. 'Jve i.ii IT Jllflt or - d btl. Jiumii; U- C"IiUmj;o fiiWy, and liast if Jt wlun the ruin lipl up and or 111 sUI (rfitap. Ste tlio Kood Hmc .tiny tMi.vt- not toi. h a di mipiJoii litin matifuibi of oiratou U'! lUlp. iJiun-t- n T'w j.i'.os of tV'. Itos W. Ji. 11IM:y, .any ltluJ of awiio.'ic baiui7tf. On of ( ld to Jiavi'. Thty lulil u inonllm; ut .li b tu lou; w.nt,- in ptarlbod H iudv, Hartfoid, icy. I'f -11 ,iy at 2:.1 atore bull.Hui; ful, t'.on biiv- - .t'. . hnon.so it Cochran chttlrmau of .Moyl!le wa? natneo SI 00 Reward, SI 00. of Uk lU'pubVuan StaW- TheT,a(kr of t'liw pajer wtll d Ufirii that thrfro li si lea.t ttttl committee nt tlie ifciit jhoui iWil limine i.n- - one dreaded dbt aso that aclencc ha t rday aftefruoon. lie b eu able toure In all its. a.aftet', and nmllt.". foitr 0U1 nvmbTs of th that is Catarih. lli!l' Catarrh C'fo LjuUVJUe lioy K. Willvilt of .' te t c 1 - - - - -- Iianis-rurc.- v. lft - Ow.-klKr- l't i ,u-- -- -- - l.HUl.-Vlll- ". l ' Sli of J. T. Tucker was V' Mr. I. It. lb" who V.i ivlJo:.lti bultdlnjr lo li" on fire lilnl uJi tho alartii th fir' bid bum l .iirvay, tlaT amiy tli nittinic "If way for .i. Tim ker the only u uir and his tf-n l!i- .tH..iroom over tl.n store and Uw ) luid to m ik'j tllilrtxit by way of .'i (111I wlrt'lun atvl by a ladJar. The huiULiiK uid me uf i.'ie Ion.- -. tent v. r- a T'. i'i'iithe bii.MiiiK an 1 iloikol t u. li lib ut LOW doilara. '.llL'.ll Uy u"an. ". ui I i ful f.'ir'n of '! nlii ii 'i t i. eta and alld fir tui 14 .'i ''i.iifuiliu; ti.i i . i' on Im li'iy. T'.- - Il'.w- - build'nic if "X th T'l ker budiriMC. InJi.k ! I,'. .1 by Jw.i b'vi. tili imi"l ii itl: ii i iron. The CoUnini uml 11,1;. ..1 Vtc.t. Mw tf th.vi ii ji.iiu 4l T1I rHlilre jriw wntl:,. r 'mi UK. oral outbulldhtjc wene Horn i. . v. oh the fire tram afuvadingi to .. im-at. - iHro.d Voini'' T'." If t ir , A ij!e who l..r wlii'li ix net , I for a.t L1H n?lp.i-'mpui- O y '.mi I li M i hjckt'inni h.irk. IXKiivlt p'miH-ilt- !l' in'. ni) ..' irnjt ! i will tl..- - al)irtnr. ni-t'- tl' i; i ttlllj''" -- in t li'.r-l-K.- i. - at r !i STANTI.V !SK " ii, .t'v) JI'li'K b .in will 1. TllTt d i.wii i; N- - tol 1 - KsoBBSBSisznsaKuzrarcu tail on- - j, toi: DOfCE MK$r-ri- . w I ' 1 Plumbing HARTFORD, KY. 1 - . tl , up-or- 1 vo SALE! Pia.no Boxes! HARTFORD MUSIC CO M 1 ' Ila-t-fo- rd, I , U- 1 - ii' i tajtie-iti!r- Pint. Ui IiT. 11. i .L c'1-l- j . jr l- abju on'-nln- . High Grade Pianos Player Pianos and Organs T-- rct A- - wJ cjhi-tim- - , 11 Iy, rtibrcl, Ki''. com-mi"fi- , t'i j -- .. , i ir.i.u. J l. ', su ' l 1 k ;rrtt. It'h, ' i , i n-- 1 I'.-tt- f' , . .1 m 11 ., If You Must Do Either - t The Family Baking or The Family Washing Wash, i lil ti, 1 Jt,ii lului.. Iui I i Madam, Washl ili. 1 There's More to be SAVED By Doing the Washing. It DOESN'T PAY TO BAKE! 1 . Kf-u'l- . LET THE BAKER wiwawiMiu,,!,,,,,,, f sil , BAKE FOR YOUT , , lVr 11 JlU-li,iJ- i I .ii itirv ui THE HARTFORD W. C. U- - - ll rturant Schlkmmi:, PllOP. and Sunday. BAKERY J ' ' Iirttntl Ice Cream Served Every Saturday - QVtf$flrS!$S I HoM offli-f- . ,tb1! of CAHHoN I'AIT.II, niir-ll- o or b'ai'k,,fnr ualo n.t TIil llrjpubllu-in DEMOCRATIC TREASURERS BE FOUND If- - lro Crcnm lowtiHt 4.Mf In.cars H.. nil 1'. slii CANNOT nnil iiflins. V. I.'. KINO, Hartford, Ky. Hlls, liWfe Was Member of the National Committee in j (immV'i'K t!i jiroduiv linn, li foul lulilltlim lo lil W,hn litis .InilM- iftifio on Clay wlrr-utln Ah oomplefd Up will have ii jrrnit iV .il of floor P ico und win ciiire (fully Like euro of lli lnr,i?e ntt"k no mjirrlr. Mr. . 1904. Wm'tilnijtoii, July 13, Aupint UHnmnt ami Wlllliun I'. Slur lian Ii,iv Jion I lo li'it:fy iwil v"clj In , fur t.i Sjiutt iconitnllUo 4nvitlKllriK i lltl il (aml'Jilirii coiilrlliulildiiK In VKH mi'l lW'S (iImi lit t liixll.iUoti An ltyyiti, ilul Ii lx on' Tjiittimn uiiitry. of ,tili' l'ostiiitf i' Ori'iiil , wiliii il'neaVil Mr. T.tf-- i ulittlrtium nf Umj , Demo rn'lr ''inuit ii n n"! ttVimil i 'oiH'iilt.U, i'.o ml ,to tiwtlfy. im- Sfiunlor Oilip. clrfrnwn of ''!. ln J it' iiiIUiw, loilay vinplnKtihtilly Ui tiinnilUae linl ntit icontil i ii i. linorxct, 1'itsld'nl TaTt. lUS Viiliml WJlUa.ni .kiuiliitjp illoiin or Alion ii. tu BUY White Goods NOTHING so appropri sweltering, hot weather. ll"'V. Owir,iw W. Harnett Uttt inmriiltiK for Ills liomo tit WOfUiei'-ili,- y l.m An-,- " Cat, iifur u two irvni(Sflirt vlult hi IbuiUo.nl xxilth nto brotlitr, Vd. U. Jl. i..iMmtt hiuI tW.u, .Mir. Wrvi 'ninM'y (.'ill Mr. Kfiiintu Tnylnr, und hIIvit re!-- u. m and frltjub'. i i, ui M". l'i ink l'ui jiumi, who Itjn 111 xvrls r illro id (NinvinviWui, iiKmit t lit yi iilii..i, Ky., Iin.il to ruliini ,lo t'.w ! of li i fan uls liMie m jinmiunt i r " lin IUU-Ium- --- lm' ' Ih 'hk I . i k 1 t '.n . "fin " t ii im Hi H- i- fur h voral ilw. IK-- has 1i id Muw nuinlui? to J liystalun l.iut inn.nuimJ ;'. I While we are closing out sizzling U V. f -- 1 ',! ' t CIlT'lll Will III Si'.nr ',)' unl SUtiiLi.. 'n. ill' 'yphull f v r. in' r iiUirtMly ir dK hiltl of X IV Iflll-t-- IMfW r. vl thoutn Ui" Any ono luiowtiw; of CliuliM 11. II ill, asslnlunt tn nsnr r of (Ui ' Ioinivir';lc National Commit-tc- " ilnrlns Mm l'arkor 4.im;MiKii of 19i)l, a fit woiiM flavo yie "iniinltt' of itroulilo liy iKitlfytni; It. l!li i.lnn.i" C'lniH) will tfJUcy Ids fwnm Uie li 'it. mi iil" to lojslit lim. of CMvi;' l''or,tcr I'cobrwly, tnn,uii-tl'O lMii(i-rat.l'National (loniinltu- - In lOol, t illtlvl tlitt lie was on'y ft tig- uro'i1i"i'l In t,lno iiampalcn and Hip ion-- 1 trllilitl n ImioKb wrinc kipt ntln y cf Hull. YHinaM TiJiianr', ciinm'ttic tlmt yt.fxr, Us'.lflcul Unit Imriir il tlvr buolw In IMS. Iiuiu'ry wns mrwlo mf Jlr. I'JiuU", ni to Jlr. imilH wiiww.iinuw', iju,i u m,injl Infoniiwl Wio clmirman li te UtiU. Am attwiiiiit was .rn.il tii Uio to lociite (tn i irrr-fumViiiit Wlll'ani I". Slio lmn. i i;i tlirouh niun of Hie I'arKGr e.NCiCiitlve commit-- t. Imt IticA UkcwJso f.illl. l.'wlii ss lit xxPl be licid Saturday. nft"i'-ii- 'i n S ?.:.'. l'rr.iy j!ti( Kmrliiy inoiulnir It r II .i by r'IU'nK KM.ir, ,11'.. s. .1. Tii 'lnj on, at wlili li tim wn-i- i fitsVa Sumi ir will li- - V,k" " iit of Hi lil I mas $& I . V ss r m i:w. One-Thir- inc i ul llniMi I'nm ) i mlB'i tlntf ih ii !!' " id Ih''iLiK" Ka.tu was Mown lipli iuuI )f I itwc. n 1j 4UiiI Ifl ilollniC wortli w Po n'oloii. .hilifini; 1'i.ji.ni," Mi.in.i ft 'jin t!i" uiiitmraiife of itln- il niolltli .t .th jih wim i rfnrini'il No clllu li ii lie 11 fou.icl vv. li'iiw The I' orr- - Tin-i(il- r ie l1 ' ! r. tl ESSagS t j 111" ifuIUy lurljii. " i 4 Claw" la lull of Chrli- Taos for year 1312 aro now due, and romance wq are ready to receive Kame. tlunlty, conilillcatlons convdy, T. H. I3IVCK, ami trasedy iiml wiltttn by Itev. C. !'. ro- - ITtf Wlniucrlv. who held the MUiodist Sheriff Ohio County Ivlval In llurlford lccintly. It U a won BEAVER DAM dorful book and we nro offering It and oft Som time Tu- iday nlijlit th" JTlie Uonubllcnn for ono yonr for Jl.tf). t Jilovm our orders licforo books am chuus fice wis ont.r'.id ami H- ij y fltto n or cw 'U'y ViXMi .unl nbout S"tf ed. l'i worUi of s'tttmri'' rejnyivod Ir. A. It. I'M y mu callod to xo appen.1 anoo of Uilnss .It wsis Jloni? ' ii'iv ji.i.'J. nits Tuosdny Iji tlio lowr No op,-rt- . The door wai'n eomiilnto wreck iRvi;lilMjtiol, who wit' affllc,t'd Thuj outside aasln.s of th 'briW'- lai aismw. Upon ?aml-mvtli- tar?-li- -e with i puts. Tii'" from tlio Inn-j- 1. .f CAlil.O.N iWl'lZil. liur-- ; t ui. Dr. VMry Couml iiio lUaiape to $ cvvVnion was liarU by wvi ijal lvJl ' . r ijUnk, for PJ.1.' u.: Tho luimbllcau Impi-tlsw . t ratilicr a JlU-- s Adtllo I'oricr Vui Jlntitr, of ir'W I, f" oflU'C. nt mlon.. ru-.fUln ."Us lto anil .il'io is tUi;nil'nn tlw ltoius' iruity at 1'iUDAV. Jl'M" pa- The tronbV- - ilox mt conflnv inSI.imjii 1 ruit J.irs call on Kor .Mr. J. II. Harms. tl"iit Lo Hlvlr lnl. hut m'ii"i!iiiii k t.'i".v Jlr. II. W. ICInff. wID and wn, p;i.t S. 1.. ivlNC. tf Il.irtford, Ky. law! a f v tm t ln wIMi. It mlulit li he "k& k iil In town. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table statcul, luwnw, tlwt thW iv w nvil.i'ly Milter rqturn, "I .fiom it Mr.s. AnUiur i'-' win soon i. hew. W vxry nsrlnni. at Hartford, Ky. week's, vlatt to I'rUijucton. eu . Tie lUrtford lUpul.Mci.n Mint . . .: v. . v..v..- - M.,.1.lv U. ilr. ImiifM Mi lntyr. tlluit at 'lil lion.i' Jlr. II. D. Taylor, of rrlncfon, Is vi'v bills for tho I'll Ntc. ' u -. spcjullns Alia vountnn lit Ills Ivomo tit AiW. 21ft. U1 at lb'kwrt, tt'rtj Utiit- IUjr:iH lusrituni .1 .'r".i n sjii)- iivun'r.R . Ho bad Iwn In III Uils plnue. 112 Norch Hound Juo 7:1!) n. :u. No. Ml; io w 'iJ '!' a1'"S c! liKiith for Ow mriu-rn- . Uailv except Sunday. i v.ral vurs, .and aboul two Mts lon Taylor D)Pn,t n ttv d'Ai1 Uouid due S:40 v in. Mr. It. K. .Maiiili' lor u f w ilu;.. y, tirs iiko miffi'o'Hd a stroke of jMirniVnl1' No. Ill North iwo k. rtaltUts Bl.llackFjiit IJnun.v and IjUIIdally cxcfit Sunday. mid lntOTini.ii(t was at rU- T.AVUIIs w n,t V I.onlsvl'o Dr. uv- - ' No. 115 South DiMIid dUi'S:4j fl. aUo limn. f hu- - Cmtoiiown. lu.'d Ocralvo Wlnosiui.itteinoon. i nasw.s Tuodjy. ' two olittilix'ii. Mica 'T)w n.nbivan a plwwuit .vlt l'rlday. dally except Sunday. u widow Jr.' Jlr. And JIivs. Y. M. I.'Jon.T, iwlfe aal Ifln-tyrMinnie Melntyiv and ,Mr. John No. 113 South Hound duo l:4o x ilawdiUA. Jlym, left" '".tieitiy for n Mlw JlaUiiiU Ollt,r aad Mr. WiUhvt exept Suiutoy. TJie dtiviicl Uvcl In illoiilfoi-i- l for t,o isit JIi. UI J.'f'a mo'h " Mil, t OhOou. wire K. Sluy yitMtw, during wjilsli itlniu H. E. MISCHIvE Afft er ami nelaAvie. 'iMiiy wll bo pjno about ,ViiliiJ-.Uy- j iiiHiny er at The KnjabUian offioe Minnie wias ,op oaitor for tjia Hiv.mIi ii month. Hlivr TnUiiliona Co. Mir JIary Stowsut 1ms aoiv lo Cln- U. S. Cnr- 1'lonty of Seed 1'otatots at 'I.Ki. formcirly of till llov. W. II. 41tf Ilatlfoid "cSjilp No. SJ2 Woodmeji of elnnattl to f.tu,dy IllU4ll. SOll'B uouniy. but now of Kwrouco, AJuinnu. tiho Wot Id hold lUs Jlr. KJrby l'ark iwiks In towtn Stuidiy iiuUr mctiVitiK: la-IJ1 .Monday S.iWU'idAy nlKlit. Tho AdvertJto your wants In Tlio Kcpubll- - WiM TJl0 jVjiuIiUhih ii afternoon. tf. uttPMUXHl. law ami vne wuuiUVajlv wJ" Dr. Oswa'r Kleiiif pfnf tho we. k end ,lt n ol d III ltusselwUlo mid Diinm,(M, unl llni Jojji C. TiuimaB ulxlted 4n uMUs Mjlit'c Willlnir. Ml"' is UIC'. roc 4vI fur Cnl'Aitlou. iitatlo lo li Id at tli? Ills untie." r.r. CraniilUe Turir, of th nn . Iwllto UiU wik.dl llt u.v t!mt Ins: ntliuil nur I'.oit, ' at 'iliirtfond (hi 'rSaUiulJ lnJUUcr'Pla(r. 11 v. anil Jlr'. ta'r 1'or fine finality prlntliiK of any kind d.iy w.lgi hir iiviM. Dr. Hite, ,w,lfe and son. of II. CiHHinltVs wirp i,MlntMl tj ' Sit. A. J. WUImit call on Tho Hartford Hil'uWIi'nn. b ttUi iitiMin; urmnKeiiu'iits tor pt pic- vlslttjil Dr. I'ntts faitlier and lmth-- r eon, a rs nic. Ono of ihe troolai if,utlinrs of Ui atil'iwtwmrl il'"UVty Kutli MUler, of Owen'iii), Is I'ao Mr. C&irenoo lfcown aiyl ihroiuh diiy will bs u uoiapjtlthie drill by l"i-- I Calvm, of iWlg-Ui- , Jtw. n. O. Stoxn-s- . ct i:i l'arfl. TW , if hir iwumi. Mfe Nimtey :iij4 ii wu-l)tiiUuril TuwJiiy nn rank of .thin oulir and ajiy who luw bun veiy tie Is ut this plaMm. M. jTu.id. of JUklMift. fl th In 'ri'mvii". u.d otu r onmp I" olilo or adjolrulnij viurttei ir for tht puat tm iIiijti, wo,' tribi ') iitUt, Mrt. K. II. O'l" KUlWt Of part in thlln oimto.'.. Ui iiiflrinury at UiuIsv'Ak iby Dr. 1 il Wo will liny eiujh for Gliiiunf. Yellow lluiUiiI to take lUMJilt. .,... .....I 'Mnt.n.iiiTfk.tntlKt lm Wf'll llt'ltffl 'Wua will uho b a bis; hill sunt. T. M'lllIis,TiuBday,wli' ne ti!u- wHsipVi'.-' Silnun lrm.n. "f MmlWrnvlU, MKs UobUiu 'wr euiil niiilo uii'us auifl otiiK.r exiiiKM1!" In the eaio of Dr. II. Wo regret very mtiuli that iJlr. ;tnd the tiertof Uiu .Mihte" itWcy. if atnus'ini tit. SON. tai W.ll. MOOUR .i wool;. JIm. Stcvn illil'iiut K,t o i(ii in,d moiH) CVirUa It. Hiulwai und Mr W. J. Mlw m IntcuvKid i" visit time Jioru , FAIKVIEWU. Mr". A. V. Chwalln nud Mtk. .JhuiwurJiw. ot. S.muioivt!, wire uuurrpM HoIum.I In liMsn .hihiK uloely wltji .Mr. thuJr l uiUfulmimni rivqiu.-nr 11 a.nr tl .MaillfionvllKi t.i'r. Wmhicwkiy nSUilKu UlrWmul i,ltinill at Jilts. lira Christian an tttu'.Hu. 1mii, As toon as JIi,s. S'. vona tmeov ' ' TJlurMla)V IhumhIUvk Jhiijk . TiIk- merV niony wmu Jlrv. IMw Jamison und (Uilldron nufffteutly for Jnoi iv A itlji- y vlll W, H. ,lUtlcf nro tl by II . T. V. Jhjcr. Mr. imil Mr. iitr l.iotjicr, Jlr. .1. .It. iWIUon Sim-la- to 1'ivnoli l.Uk SpiinKH for fi jprolomf d ' stay. Kiit ' of raJUv.f in , owhjftpw Uil 1 li.iv" puflyWl .the black smith he t hiwjin AVJilUi viiJted .Mian ,l.oin and vuk. and W'iuIiI bt kil ti of J. (ttilah Wl'ini Saturday. Water at Meals. of do our :JhWifl lko('Im; .ml a aivi Mr. iwuwl Jin. .J. K. ltijotteon ipoptilur' fallafyaiiroal till tlllVW wurk'tsiiln; In ,chiirio of Mr Mr, J. 1'. Tliomtiwin NisUwl Jlr. II. Throla rypurson thould 1U.LI&W itlJH namtly, that a liuvor drink Sunday. . Wllkiui Dmli'l. ' wijt'k, water with his uiualM. TJiere 4 one tin, 'Win wihltw uniad of ilqn,th vllUl t'i.inii'l' Tv'ATTl'.lISON. lt Jdr. J. i:. 1WI1. "f I'i'wionki, lomo of Jlr. mwl JIlH. Hubert JI rt on'y ono ilaiiKor In this. Thut Is tho S.VMJ lniproitjl I". 1. ;h ,lr,,i it Mr. J. O. UUty iul tim KHJt Hid 4ivit uway their HttlQ win, Hy irntt. timptatlou 'to waxh loun half jiiastU'at-i- d ' ' I'luil. .Nwt finjl Iv.mU poi3U"-i- l family thl mikt . food with waUr. And there la hip n Knl. iitom'ui; July 12. II Une nmth- In pjrfuoi eo'iilllluii: f.-- ! hut of r and fa'.hir, tl.rwu lrotKr.s uid on dlstluet udvAiitiiKo In tho illKoitloii 'iJIrs. J. V. SiiurAr. .of Owwuiboiv. i ' ' iui.I CUriip. ' itaru, one brother lUttKii ho.s,t of frlutu fon.d vicn u liter U taken xxlth themvils vWUiv,' im'.ithica at Hwivtv : haunaud .v cy.., V ill lfiiid Is Kwullnwcxl it Roes to ' ' mil reUUlvea to moiini his' ilupiitrtuv i O.UiUm this wxlc. Ilnitioi-.lKy. xVi.li) Jiot duir parents for IUUI Uyarnlu blQin'ii'li In a liinui about Ok vinsls.t"n- CHV, -- r. M J. Hwwy lirown; f CaUifil Hint run Court m t li'.t Ji' 1 in tlt Rtilutb to bright iu"'l ey of bitul droKslns;.-On- e OUki Coun,ty ii In llurtfoid W(liiiiiUy In 'thv ' iuiiliiy in Jinljp W nld'nir i'"' Italr, Ills r in itius xxtm Jnlil to .newt t It jixqiiliva a ftroat UhkHi of tlino for ' ture.it of Swift H Ml Juno liun eym-Uinp.tc.lal season, and a Conlrmftf W atfi u uhort fun-m- tii ill',rotlo jutcfs to, jii'iu trato th-- i family, of IUW'1' f(lt. iMuidlnc an Iron briaa BfiTOfmflJmtA masa and eumc In contact with tlio T.' J. Anton. Ji'l'vluo by ttiv. Dr. A. U. I'uto and f Mr. A. K. Vixio Cro0, on tho ijartora ul.KtH a Uv ilav U diluted wllli xi'iitor tho dlu''llxv Jub't-ro t Mile, J. O WtWim U ifli n,d!i abei.t f r can muslly huxo wviU to It. la this iwiil finally this weuk. r0ul. Tho approval ot 0i9 DoatgptA'im .vlth .his fiMiitly aft r keeps ilf und In otlur xruya tha uuno time. ft Rite - Uio bulldln ot an Iroabpriil CulttNow la ti!7tlni77obuy a dlifoitlvv tiuet clin. If people lmnU ..,.., u vnn nro uolmr to buy one. l'Mlls across noufih rlvw enough of water thuro xxould bo mi operun,til August 9, No oaUb frpfi Call und co my stock, anyway. ations for tupcidlcJtl3. Kansas Iidu.s- FOR FLETCHER'S ward biUldlnsr Ui,0 firpffijMi BUittMtM KfNU " 4itr ItllalW, I llartfond, Ky. llartfe,rd and Llvvimoi'U iwaa. 0 "Tlie-Vulture's Friday and Saturday we will have cm Sale. d oil' of Our Kiuiro Linn of .Mt'ii'sSuits at fail to see us at this time. It regular price. Don't will be money to you. This means a .?ln.K) Suit to you for SIOOO. Why not take advantage of thWe Shoes low prices? Specials sil.o in V en's Low-Cv.ilues for; J1.5U. ut Sir. iiml Alty. T. 11. 1'nU'li aknil lillJr-ii- l Uulh '.ui'l I.lki, of IlrassU, liyln urrlvil Wi 4Ji fori'i-irIn x. Pi May rioin a n'ls.t ji.ir".nN al IV.Utt.ii. Ky.. to vltlt ii.ir. mU, .ImKf aivl Mr. Mi. J. i:. Fovl .On m'tMiuiit of .Mr. P'rtrU"'! for It w Ui''iim lr.t. rnl 'ni Ui r;urii Iwiuii? JloivUy, wJiile lilf fimly rjii'Vri'l lnw for vMt. "' iw-i- s lix-i- J r l'Jii's stock, we are well supplied with Thin Linens and beautiful Linweave, of which we have the exclu sive sale. Price 10c to 25c per yard. Former price 15c to 30c. Buy the many little necessities from us at quite a saving in price. Qualities are certainly just as good may be better. Use us. r- I Fay Your Taxes. Jl$&Gg) -ii , - dol-Uu- VWirarSSW&0VS ...'v.. ' II''!; o Hartford, Ky. gnHHSBKaKB Barnard & Co. Listen? Itwillrj&YYOE to deal wm us. Hartford Republican. i -- JIM-lsl)- - i -- i L- -it t - - I. la.-1- 'j ' Uui 1 - Ti'iii. Pl l'x o. liuut Tas, !t is ' nl'iJ nll-ili- y Uums-IvII'- ilts J' Uut-wiM- th'r i iMnl-tino- - iunm. "' H-- l- n i tit-')- Y'l'4 i".r-fun- - il y. .' ..l)iiW i I'm.;, K"-- "''. '-' I - 1 i Ait-- 'l J iar. the "dollar argument" up before ou when you zome to our store. Friendship ceases when It comes to money. We want your business, only because It will pay US to get It. To get your business we know we must make It pay YOU. Our garments are AL- L- WOOL when we say they are; If we misrepresent anything we will lose your confidence, lose your trade. We want both. If we get your confidence we will get your trade; If we get your trade we will get your confidence. Begin. We have m rbal k.-- mmTKX&zvfxz 0, y il al TlWlttl t'l a s CARSON & CO. INCORPORATUD, i"tr, OhifdrexTCry CAS T.O R A Hartford, Kentucky. II The Pool of Flame y LODIS JOSEPH VANCE fllaatratioaa hy Ellsworth r r ThM I ' Oopyrlgbt JUTl, by Loula Joaeph Va&oc CHAPTER XXIX. I 'As time went on, however, easiness were not sensibly dlmln-- j tsbed, nothing happened, the Toy age i entirely proring uneventful; and DHonrke wan foroed to the conclusion (hat. If Monsieur de Hyeres were really the Vlcomte des Trebes, he wai strangely content to play a waiting if his tin same. ? u' M! iii i! . -- should seem the counterpart of another. And by nothing more than this questionable accident of resemblance did De Hyeres give him reason so believe him anything but what he el lamed fco be. The man's demeanor was consistently discreet and be moved about the ship openly and without any apparent attempt to pry upon the doings of the 'adventurer, whom he fell Into the y way of greeting easy but coolly. Only In one instance, Indeed, did they exchange more than but courteous salutations, and then "v"6i2 llyeres himself seemed to seek the inter?!? approaching O'Rourke ' ,' directly. wTiTbT night, when O'Rourke occupied a chair on the leeward side e of the saloon deck, consuming a r cigar. De Hyeres stepped out of the companjonway, elaaced swiftly this way and that, and sauntered toward the Irishman with a unllghted cigarette held consplcu- ship-board ami-Abl- stranger things than that one man The Irishman, however, had known or at menls, Dnnny Hat behind bolts, alert and under Hrm, and vice versa. By nlht they stood regular 'wntcbes together, the one on guard while the other slept. Clenrly the nil-- I venturer wns determined thnt n6 lack of safeguards on his pnrt should again deprive him of the ruby. But H'h no ensy mntlor to avoid mretlng nny particular itemon on n t.liip with n small saloon list, unless one hi willing to be purposely rude and discourteous. For all his wariness the Irishman was to oarry with 'him n personal Impression of Miss Pynsent On the Inst day of the passage, to-ward evening, the Poonah raised the roast of Burmnh; by dark she was steaming steadily southwards along. the littoral, heading for the delta of the Irrawaddy. A still, bright night wltb little wind: O'Rourke was not one to resist Its allure. Four bells saw htm lounging at the rail below the bridge, staring hungrily over toward the land. It was in bis mind that another twelve hours or so would see him relieved of hi trust; and as the time drew nigh impatience burned hotly within him; he bad become full weary of the Pool of name and waa anxious to be free of ;he thing, to have its chapter In nls llstory closed forever. Far over the water a white and Sashing light lifted up and caught bis eye, a nnmeless beacon bright against the darkness at the base of the Ara-ka- n hills, guardian of the perils of those shallow seas. And simultaneously he became conscious of a presence at his elbow; as he turned sharply the English girl addressed him in a, voice sweet-toneand quiet. "What Is that light, If you plense, Colonel O'Rourke?" "Faith, that J can't ay Miss Pyn-icnt.TeClt I I d ." eation, nno unRnllnntly withdrew to me seclusion of his Btntcroom, where he passed n night that seemed Interminable; for he lay long In n wakeful panic of Imagination, scheming' out n hundred stratgems whereby he might confuse as many possible attempts to prevent the due and safe delivery of the Pool of Flame Into tbe hands of Mr. Lansdowne Sypher. CHAPTER XXX. Toward the close of the following Jay the Poonah dropped anchor in the river roadstead off Rangoon; and within the ensuing hour her passengers bad deserted her, De Hyeres and Miss Pynsent In their van, O'Rourke among Ibe last to leave. And nothing him, not the least hitch delayed bis disembarkation. It was curious, It was Incredible, It was disturbing. He took away wltb him no ease of nlnd whatever. There were tikkagharries waiting, ind without a breath's delay the and his servant climbed Into d 'be nearest and desired to be n to tbe offices of Messrs. and Sypher. The vehicle whirled hem swiftly away and into the saala-traveled way of Rangoon, Mogul hln-Sercon-'eye8ec-cta- a HAVE YOUR SUITS Ohio Ceunty V. Dlrkhend, Judge; Circuit Court-- T, Ben V. Itlngo, Attorney: W. I. MUlklff. Jailer: K. a. Hnrraw. Clerk: r. 1 Felix, Hunter Conunlsloner; It. T. Collins. Trurtee Jury Fund: T. II. Hluek 8hcr-ir- f, J art ford. lJcfiuU- t- S. O. llwvcr Liiin, O. r. Jontf, Kottto R, Hint ton-vifold, W. 1'. liurp, )uMin'. riri-- t Motiiliiy In J'liriiit,ry iumI im .Moiuluy In April, tiiiin thno wikx, thud OctoluT tiilrd Moiulny tu Iho two Wit Jin. County Court. n. It. Wedding, Judite; W. 8. Tlnnley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Jlurtford. Court convenes flrat Motulay In each month. (Quarterly Quarterly Court lleit ins on the fourth Monduy In February, My, Auguat und November. Court of Claims Convenes flrrt Tuesday In January and flift Tueaday In October. Other County Offlcerr-- C. 8. MonCey, Sureycr, J'orUvlllc, ICy., It. !'. V. No. i; llernurd Fcilx ,Ansebor, Hartford, aTjaj It. K. V. No. I; Henry Lach, 8uperintWideiit, liuriford; Dr. A. U. Illity, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUHTS. B. 8. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after ird Monday in March, Tueaduy uf-t3rd Momluy In June, Tueadvv after 3rd Monday In September, Tuead&y afljr Ird ilonduy In December. Cromwell, Wedneday after ..li 3rd Monday In Maiuli, WedneNday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after Jrd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John II. Miles, Ilockort, Krlday 3rd Monday in March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday otter after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. J. C. Jackvon. ivnfrtnrti Rnin.rf.ti after Jrd Monday In March. Saturday r ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturdny utter Jrd Monday in September, Saturday af- - y J5r3sf a. Cleaned stressed Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law 1IA.IITKOKD, KY. l Repairing and Dye- ing 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. Kili, .urt wi-k- , Will praotics his pixrftslon la Oils and fttl)oliiJng counties. CoinoiiireJal and OrUnlniU I'mctice a Specialty. Barnes & Smith Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. MtuR. W. 11. Bame iuil C. B. ClOb, VLDC, er HARTFORD, KY. .lt. Sitiltii tumcninoe Uwit Utj- - have rorin-- n iwrtinTrftp feir the Binaural irnc-tJc- e of law, ere at crlmliuil and tlivw cwcb, .Mr. Smith being Cotitnty Attor-n- y le irionited from prflcUcla;? such cciw. lr. ItariwK V.J11 liMVlvlduaHy In Orflx accfjit such practloei Hartford KvpubUcuai building, Unit-lorKy. d, jOTT" TffefjMT ' medl-JajtW- after-dinne- i, ' i 1 (i B Mewls surveyed his tup Msiidings in two brief glancel : and 'fwsi contented to find that they were ateae, or as much alone as two can be upon a steamship. For they were, after all, well matched; and one of 4heat be knew to be armed. Shitting fa bis chair so that his revolver lay convenient to bis hand, as De Hyeres approached the Irishman removed his clear from between his teeth, flicked away aa inch of ash and silently It in the .prescribed fashion. Fhe Frenchman accepted the cour-4eswith a bow, applied the fire to hit cigarette, inhaled deeply and returned the cigar with a formal phrase oi jtssaks. He lingered for a moment yatfing and gazing oft over the black Starlit expanse of the Bay of Bengal 4eaely to Ha dim and far horizon, thee observed quietly: "I am not mistaken. Miters, m imaemsnaing I have tn 4ionor to address Monsieur le Colone' O'Rourke, Chevalier of the Legion ol iHoaour?" "You are not mistaken, monsieur, turned O'Rourke pleasantly, then with the directness which he some-(timefound useful, watching the man rcloaely as he spoke: "And I bellevs ttt is my pleasure to recognize Mon tor Le Vlcomte des Trebes?" ' "Des The Trebes, monsieur?" ITfencbman's look of wonder was be ryond criticism and there was no least (trace of discomfiture to be detected !ln bis manner. "But jno. Yqu are juader a mistake. I am meiely u jFrencb gentleman without a title; tBaojil de Hyeres is my name." "Ah!" said the wanderer. "Twas vifjie yetnAJance mlgled me. Pardon, .sJBourke Her eyes flashed a laugh upon bim n the gloom. "Then you know my SW'ils 322? I'.. -- JsfcUC&te TrVen as yourself knew mine. Twould be strange otherwise, with jur ship's company so small." , animated, "am "But 1," an Insignificant person while such fou are the Colonel O'Rourke." "Ye do me an honor I'm not dyera Ing, MJ.S" Pynsent, but 'tis pioud I am entirely that a humble soldier of fortune should be known to ye bit reputation." "Oh, I've grown quite weary, of your fame, Colonel O'Rourke," she coun- shej-ejurned- 4a9SStUr - .rtw-.- - In front of a structure of stone and Iron so palpably an office building that It might have been transplanted to the Strand without exciting comment save for the spotless cleanliness of It their tlkkagharry drew up. The gharrlwBllab indicated the offices of Messrs. Secretan arid Sypher, one flight up and named his fare. O'Rourke paid him and alighted, with Danny at his heels and bis heart trying to choke him. The hour of fulfilment was at hand and ull was well! He who had faced death in a hundred shapes of terror, unflinching, found himself in a flutter of nerves that would have disgraced a schoolgirl r i in m T njir-- n He dodged Into the building, took tbe steps three at a stride . . . and suddenly found himself in tbe presence of, more than that, closeted with tbe man to meet whom be had crossed balf thg world at peril of bis life: "j Vk Hr.'Lansdowne Synherj... "Colonel O'Rourke?" Sypher's man ner was very cordial. "I'm glad to see you. You are within your time, yet I bad begun to despair of you. Be seated." He Indicated a cbalr beside bis desk. "And permit me; you of all men will appreciate the precau-- , street. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. "" YANCYL.MOSLEY. Proprietors B LACKSMITH1NG AND REPAIR Will practice hla profession In all the Courta of Ohio and adjolnlus counties, Cook, Itenfrow, Tuaoday after and In the Court of Appeals. Also No.. .. 2nd Montlav In Xlr. i, after" 3rd tary Public, Office over Flrat National .ISfTV Bank. Monday Nmb'er. Ur,URy "rUr IllOtlUlK Rtuitlrrn ntmA . i... after the sedond Monday In" mSSS eneauy after 2nd Monday In May Wednesduy after 3rd Monday August 'fdnesday after 2nd Monday iC Kovem-oe- r. M- - C. SI ,' P T.i...r y;esa7 i?-- Horseshoeing .,' .a Specialty. ma ii i Grant PallnniPnr.i.i in. t.. ,..!.. -- .... 2n.i " """ . .7::""-i iiiurtjiiny utter " ...j WORK i"J? xiUon.du,'. inln diureii, Thursday after OHto County Jkla'' in ,i r,ondy Jn August, Thursday after HART ORD , Y. , " 'ovemoer. Mo'n.itv. fUon.' "a'l"1. Friday after 2nd March, Friday ind All Matters Given Prompt Atten"."'"""y Jn Way Friday after after Mon- 3rd tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS -- u,. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public tn .nnNAoUver.a"y HAUTFOItD '"" J'"J Mo- - SPECIALTY. OTTO C. MAIITI.N K. I POLICE COURT. McJCENNET nC "Crowe. Judge; John B. Wilson, Attorney; J. I court coin cuts second Slocns. Marshal Monday In each month. tut nCtfyC,,unc,l7J- rJ' ,l?"",.8 Hartford, - Ky. Ladies! Sate Mmwj prof-satfs- d y -- s The Frenchman Accepted the Courtesy With a Bow. M5 Iti .1 ) r IX tered with a trace of laughing Impudence. "Hardly anything has interested Monsieur De Hyeres, these past few days, save anecdotes of your exploits." "TIs kind of him, to be sure. I must cultivate his acquaintance and learn from bim to know meaelf, I ' see." . m&wn Tl she detected the irony she overIt. looked or failed to understand she com"He's very entertaining," mented, pleasantly, "But then most Frenchmen nie, don't you Jblnk? I hope to see much of him in Rangoon." monsieur." ??T?iiiR?Pf" ""? '& heV landing there, too?" . . . Deb "Grantej, my dear sir. -- -' The name has a familiar O'Rourke filled In the pause. Treoes? T telieve so. And you, Colonel Jeound. Do I not remember reading , tsomewhere that the Vlcomte des O'Rourke;'..- grebes died lasj spring? In Tunis, "I may have to wait over Ub'tll the . nest steamer," he admitted warily. was 117 . . . suuaeniy, i uenwc. "I sympathise heartily with your It sot saia UKOurxe uruy. is The vlcomte lived In the man- dlsgUBt at the ptfspect," latfcaed the ., v . lier of those who meet with sudden girl. "Eh? AhdVhy? 'Tls a land of fair Ideaths." The subject languished, and after a repute for Climate and beauty." "Ah, but 7 live In Burnish, you Bee, jfew more noncommittal observances jDe Hyeres wandered off, presumably end so have come to know it far too in search of the English girl, to whom Well. But that's the way with all exjbe bad been paying assiduous attecv patriates. Isn't It to hate their homes bo Tar from home?" .lion. "Must ye endure It, then. Miss PynOn closer scrutiny, she bad proved sent?" jto be a remarkably pretty girl; "An orphan has little choice. It in point of fact, O'Rourke, for eeems my kismet to abide In Rangoon jail that he admired her looks had purposely avoided ber. forever and a day. You see, my only JTbis he did from motives of prudence; living relative Is an uncle, Mr. Lacs-dow- n Sypher, and he's got ao one tbe mistrusted the combination formed jby De Hyeres and the girl. The latter else to keep house for bim." "Lansdowne Sypher . . , !" puigbt be all that she looked and claimed to be: a sweet, wholesome and rath-- , The ejaculation sprang to O'Rourke' yttr ingenuous young Englishwoman, an , lips heforo be could restrain it. "Yes. Do you know bim? He's the orphan, resident In Rangoon In the n (household of an uncle, to whom sho Junior, you know, of the firm of and Sypher." rwas returning after a visit with "Solicitors, are they not? . . . friends in Simla. On the passenger t. No; 'tis me misfortune not to know Jlbrt ber name stood as Emilia But the adventurer felt It the your uncle. But the Dame ef bis firm course of wisdom to deny himself the I've heard." The genial nature of the Irishman, pleasure of her acquaintance, so long las she permitted th? attentions or the which had insensibly warmed to the girl's charm, withdrew abruptly, fYwMbmaa. into a sbtll of reserve. Tbe coBsitsrlng the hot element of 'coincidence toad again enAKagfU waatber and suoh be "bad tered Into 'bla affairs, an O'Rourke cosslder4 the learaada-bltte- r lessen trees experience veyage harsly a suocsss from a social to distrust colncldeaos on eaeral wolat of view. Ha kept pretty much prtaclples. "There's aaocbt so so khattH and to Danny, and to make In life aa 'coincidences," 'he assursBce 4osbly aare he instituted a ''and 'be the aaase token yssw rectus with regard to the Pool 'naught so dangerous." Ma 0t Flam: that lews! never left 'For 'whieb 'reason 'he fciveeted aa waverTPlj '?)ktt 't 'i'i'.'St!6 ' ' Seo-reta- dows, adjusting the woodeb Style by Reafaf McCall' in such a manner that the light was IMsf McCall Fattens MsfuiM tempered and no portion of the room Metal's Mctatlitwill could be Visible to anyone spying help you die stylNKAltS HABAZKt from a Window In one of the adjacent ishly at ft moderate cxpenso tijr h c c p I n c buildings. The he turned and smiled job postPtl on. the cheerfully at the stupefied adventurer. latest fftihlojlj Jll, rloltlff n1 Jinn. 10 "I have It here," said O'Rourke; "safe .'etv 'thlon Deslcai be the mercy of several highly potenIn eU Isitic. Also He laughed uneasily nlunhto Information tial saints!" on nil home aiid fumbling In his breast pocket. "There mailers. Oulr a It Is," said he, tossing the atone In Its, (ofreo year, Ineluding n p.itteui. chamois covering upon tbe solicitor a UhIhj or send desk. for free sample copy. . Sypher himself betrayed some evi-McCall Patiwi n tllitabA Jou to make In your own liome. lluymrrom hils rloihtiir for dences of nervousness as be sat foryourself and cktldpn T.hlch will bo perfect ward and lilted the case by Its leathIn style and tit. Prire-m- e lilt ber Ursa) IS rents bend for free 1'aWfii Cnialojuc. p, thongs. He let it dangle before ern W mi Gra Ym Fim fnMkb tor rettln: bim for an InBtant, watching It wltb a umontt 10ur mends, huid for freo speculative Premium iHinloguc ami 1,'nsli IMie OfTer. curlouB, smile. . . . TBE IhtsU COHPm, 23s24Snl STS SL. NWTOU "Well," he said, "really . . . !" And after a pause; "I congratulate you, Colonel O'Rourke. And I admire you You see, Immensely. . . . when this commission was offered us, 1 considered seriously tbe project of Very Serious going in search of yon in person and bringing the stone back to Rangoon 'It is a very serious mstter to ssk myself. But then although I'm not for one medicine sad have tbe really a timorous man I knew tbe wrong one given you. For this circumstances so well I feared I reason we urge you in buying 10 should never reach Rangoon alive. fe carsful to get the geaulas Yes." He thrust a band into his waistcoat pocket and produced a penknUe with which he bsgan to silt the stitches that enclosed the ruby. "You've been wondering, no doubt, Liver Medicine why so enormoti a reward was ofsfered. , , ." b WftUtkfJoh of this old, relis-bn,I have, that," assented O'Rourke. medicine, for constipation, tot the dan- - . rt s partly because and liver trouble, is firmger,r' said Sypher, luteal upon his ocly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It ts bHr than teupattoft. "You know, these Burmese others, or it would not fe the faare & curiously pious folk; when one larger vorite liver powder, with W them grows rich be employs the sale than ll others comblfM. or his fortune in buiming major pari F2 SOLD Df TOWN a temple or In some fcu'cb Work. This weaKhy particular gentlemam a Very merchant chose to give half of what be had to the restoration of tbe Pool He ceased to speak 'bruptly. for tbs of Flame to the Buddha from which lb blinding vas originally tetoleu. But be, te'o, Pool of name lay saked, a marvel, in the bollow of, bis palm. a O'Rourke heard bim gasp and ws conscious of bis hastened respiration. Watching the man Intently, he saw a strange shade of pallor color bis face. "Tls rneself," Bald tbe adventurer, "that's no more superstitious than ye, air. Yet I'm willing to confess I'm ' glad tbe thing's out of me bands at ..in last. Sypher seemed to recollect himsell as one coming out of a state of stupor. He fctood up and buttoned the ruby carefully Into a pocket of his trousers. "Oome," be said crisply. "Let us step acroHB the street to the bank. The money'B there for you, sir the reward." 1 fie laughed and went to the winshades In . KF k sl E-- I. Corson. Moore, ! red W. J. Bean. mf Cni'i,TriUStv1ts-- ;Chair. ?' Secretary; W. ? ?oLey' J; ' E" Tuyior.'n,J';,n Uf H. t rUBLlQIOUS SBIIVICKS. "B Cnurch South-Bervnionrlng jnd evening every anft third Sun-la- y ln ejieh month. flunity School : rjye,r. meen every day evenlrgr. Hev. T. V. Joiner, WednesBaptist cTiurth-flrvlc- es every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday a. m. Prayer meeting every School s.6 Wednesday evenlm.'. j,1?,""1"" 'r,nucnServ,c, very fourth ScJiool 9:00 a. m. Elder W. U. Wright pastor. C P. Church SrvlpM ttrmt gii.j.w each month at U a, m. and T p. an. Sunday Scool 8:46. CK - M- - Willlsms, V- - Tlwiis. Treai'. UJVJr. " Cooper, J- - Martin & McKeniev Hartford, Ky. ,J "d - General Insurance Life, Accisleint, SicJt net nrt rcte Fir. COUCH WILL ALSO BOND YOU. ah. CURB tmi LUNGS w' KILL. SECRET SOCIETIES. o meets W. R. Hedrlck. O. t'.'.t m! J..".g'i)' -'' of R. ft S. Hartford Tent No. 19. K. o v r meeu every flrat one" third Thursday night W. H. Gillespie. Commander; V. Foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M meets every first and third Friday night ina!?mont5; Mr.s- - ,A,lye Oriffln.Lady Hartford Lodge No. US, F. A. IL. meets nrat anu third jionuuy each month. Owen Hunter, W.main I? M., P. Foreman .Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 119, R. A. M. meets every third Kuuni.v i.i.7 i' h "jonth. John T. Moor High Priest; Hartford Chapter No. M, O. meets second and fourth Monday B. S even-'nMrs S, A. Anderson, W.M. Mlaa Lizzie Miller Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110. Knights of Pythias, r. Dr. King's OLDS Mai New Discoviry a waa LANiMi. . ANtLUMTMUUEl QVAMAXTXMD BATIBFAOXOBTl OK XOHXT KXrUMDXD. THROAT Istta FN BOOKKEEPING TYPKWKl 1'ING asd SkS. SaaaA CakaBaaBBAaaaaWT sahmsPssMgrsfsy BLCTmigHT hJ - WILnRR.tMITHIUI Acme Ledsra No. MS. t. n n e BastMAaan. f aecoLd and fourth FVtdv ni-- 'i. i It Pmidnt hu rtanof aiBtrlanca la awrraatllo each mpnth. W. C. WHaci Nobel Grand and banklna bnaiBrw, alw St yaara Mtnratlaa ! Topag mn and wnm.a for aucrraa. SWCnlrr -'uicjr ;o. Ohio Tribe oecrciary. Imp. Order RafJ UimWUMV. BS. SSUTH,LilaiStaB,BI 188. cond and fourth Wednea-da- y night In each montli. kiii. Al R I,utu' C,"x of nfcorfi Hartford Camp, W, O. V. No. 202 meets every second und tuurth Saturday Co,"'ul Coininan. ail Wlillains; oirk. W. C. VNallaco. Preston Morton Post No. 4, O. holds rogulur meetings Saturday A. R.. o8for. d "imi Mlmday ln c, month. Mills, Commander; J. M. Rogers, Golden Rule Grovs Woodmen of tho Succcei when everything else fails. lrclV- - rtie "'very second And In txrrvous prostration and lemals fourth Tuwduy fUrnoon in eadi month weaknesses they are the supreme Mrs. II. B. MlMchke. Guardian; Mrs. E. remedy, sa thousands have testified. B. Itndle.Un, "Jlerk. FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND . A. a. ?" .. ,.... TELEGRAPHY HIHPOLlfK ni. JM" " WK,?. Ash-for- Electric t Bitters STOMACH TROUBLE k is the best medicine ever soli over s druggist's counter. jTwi iMHHHiHI National Officers: Presldent-- M. F. Sharp, Narraws, Ky. Vice I'resldent J. M. Woeda. Secretary-TreasurS. l kin,,n tn. dlanapolls, Ind. Statu Officers: H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pre. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice President. S. B. Itobertsoa, McLean county. s. ar Sec.-Trea- P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen. Henrv count v. unit Ijit. SPECIAL OFPXR: tl, Graves, Allen county, AoulHtant state k to kalU Wav.Baataaaa. AMali organisers. saaka yoa ear aanaaaaat caataaiar. Board of Director. Ben Watson, WarklMlUVl rMMfslHftiSSi ren county; C. M. Harnett, Ohio coun niHMii ty; a. it. iirooas, urucKeti county; it. k. 1&1 I TUt. iJCW-tisSTanatlialaa I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, SDABUSTklS rUCABK.' Muhlenberc couaty. WHt0 Mtmthm lte Paper. Ohio County Officers: H. I Stevens, Pre.. Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. SEND 10 CENTS mlnttUi COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, IU V. D. No. r. i. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. O. SEEDS' ills fssr; 3. 4. 5. Pyu-JpsB- . (To b d frfHt Pssl sf com-ttioa a, le t - was afraid. He's sussratitious aboat prusglats. tbs stone believe k bad luck ts so long as It Jvnalis away tsucb it . to trsaa IU Buddha. So he .. FIR FLETCHERS . . . I aoyself aao sot ssttaraUUous, ' . but nTtM blow with terrific force n the with tho Mtln. oauainrr and ploy havoc )uid Md red roush r abre Antloa SaJve nucklen-Ud UuU to' heal them. It nket the skin o:t Flams Lsy Naked In His and mt)u Unrivaled tor Palm. burna. boll, son, mce. a Al' uid Plw. 0ily 2s e bruise Frightful in Polar Winds. fr a continued.') Olaton, Ky. 11. L. Alford, White Run. Ky. Richard I'himer, Tayloi Mlnes.Ky. J. L. Brown, Rockport. Ky. M. S. Putlorson, iii.h,'mmL Positions- -- JfjjjAiZKLJ MV oA&xb ' 'l . nd coW-aor- ajj w. .fi ''$C4'W'&fA' Mrryy 7?fm ewvJt 0jAAmC rAcwvf (NimiAlLY' . frUMFU- U- ssfiMftf'TtsTvimMn zBoAf) xjTW0n4K4cflC44 &i4A0lZ&44fp SX Mjy OMlSVeii,vOry 245 ?. ACw,; s0avnsi5l 4L ..." CA3.TORIA i .1 GENERAL ASSEMBLY nHr CASTORIA Bt IfllB OF BIBLE STUDENTS l:iIl For Infanta and Children. Pastor Russell's Address at Glen Echo Park, Washington, 0. rl ALCOHOL .1 PRH ANcgeaWcIVfpaa'lonfir.ls simiaitoilKFoodandRo linjJllicSiomachsandUtmcK iui The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of w bf fi a f 4 0clar tho Bib! to Ba tha Only Cantar of Attraction and Standard of Faith Four Thousand Representative! Present From All Parts, Washington, D. lio C, July BiInternational H.-T- 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. ble Stinlentrt Asko-elatio- n Promotes Dtoslioiiaw-rfhncssand!testXonlolnsncrT Opium.Morphinc iwrriinraL AW " V INot Narcotic. JlmytfMlka42imZEi jltcSkan JMrlttSlUf AutScnl ItnrtnuttJk flJeyWAjsr. JiessjrriTi fowl li'iF ryr , Aperfcc I Remedy forCiroHpa . Use lion , Sour Stomadi.Dturrf'ocj Worms.CoimilsioHs.fr'"!! i A nessaivlLossoFSLhiii'. FscSinsIc Signamaof For Over NEW YORK. Thirty Years this afternoon. Ills' c.t wnj"But ye' to the "General Asare come sembly nud Church of the First-borwhich nro written In Ucaven." Hebrews zli, 23. The speaker declared that St. Paul points us Uuqk to,the Institution of the Jewish I,nw Covenant at Mt Slnni ami uses It as a picture or type of experiences of the Church to be expected nt the Second Coming of Christ and the establishment of Ills glorious Kingdom. St. Paul pictures the march of the Israelites from the Red Sea to ML hi JJ successful eight ilayn' Convention at Glcti Echo Park tonight. Approximately forty speakers have ndilresseil the Convention. Pastor UusHell wns tho pnncipai xpciKer very cIohoiI .1 Guarantee! under! Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA Tiioy tlivlr iMMt wthotit rnckonliiR 4 forxnt tho slorloim fnct that human for any nature U nlwaj.i ndciiiutu Battle of Friedland. nmcrponcy, nnd tlmt tlio very Mnr.s In tlwlr lounHw fu?lt aalntt.the wrong; an, In favor ot tho rllit. There uro alwiyi to lie found roat men wlio uro also Hood, anil, mucIi mi n In 1'rns.st i unJ Html mil, rind finally In l:n!u It If Itov. TlinntaH II. Jtrivriry T". vonihln-- d to jve the Ubertlus of tin Tli .reit lUltle i.f rrhrlUnii. fuilit from tin- - tldstruutloti 'vHli which otic 1 jrlrt,l unil flv jiiim (iit tirli tiny wero threat! tv. lBitwtn tht rrenuh tittLr iNajxtleoti in, I Tlw xmnl.s of the llittUi C rn'fdl ind the RavAuvs under Alovnnder J "rut, fliNi,ttl u.my, iuvl alone: .with It tho 1'ftw Naiolmm in tlw luiUM of liU Uir t JCipoleon ind tlio IwolUincM KTiMtn-!- . i iqinn wlikh lie of Alexander, and tlio iflilrjt of frcwlom mltflit ha.r tlvsl atiil ilUvl In iiivIksturbtTl tviailtuil, to Itself In due ittmo llll'l 111 (Mnl HvICSO I (IL.1iI to 111 t The !o Pur years J ft. Itnuhie, So. llVW-o" , w.uU ".viniimr Irsirv In Mle.h., a oUiU.Vk.ar wi;(t.Un. im i I'trlit-hopurposed anil NajHtliiMi to 'Voiijiikx lei per, avert! n,wf,ul .wracks, t'it ' Uiiwlurl m mltfV lla.v '"T" a " L". i:iiicr.l wius tho KT!tf. KmiMirei aval crrem, anil on iilku;'.) In tUi: ,v,n.Kk, Jilnwff, If llleutrtc llVjtM .iaj of IiIh amhltloiw jiurjio'. in.il It not proventcj. "Tilioy curoa nvo of taWey : Knirtan.!' tlu,t ,0 M.ni.m.r , wml3i JVj InatlLutdl the I'rlivll mil mnt)altai. IU oalUnl curw for ,xr Iwvl tilvt-othur lirojvw-ito ivuuuu r hor hy ItoUtliu vkltJiout torwUt tuul tlvy aW Iruiinuveil Iiit. nri Uie first M toMil thU nml 'my K'lt. Now, at vsventy, I am foilhu was tfc of aertiuuiy anJ fllns .t'litf." Tor dypnsla, lmlVycifrmAM "w"1 Jcurtia. r an1 Wdney troiiUU, tho To Najo;oii kii-tnpn Uko n' hoo.1. ami. without eiuil Tjry tliuni. Oitfy DOaM at In all proli.iliUlt), h rr.Hiilt.s nf 1 AH Dru,i'tj. w n Jnt4 mlmt hv hail f hrnr, ,1 on. Ilpatt-- n U Aluikaivler Some old Vehicles. liKr-'to neKolltto In jir.sun ut'.h thj L Tihe.ro ui ln,tAfi iitlinx cmilivitl n of uji.1 Jn N'.tpnkon'H Jim'U xiirtnr. Jio M". HiJcSr.i in tlio is'.iibloiiti.l prm-uIw lint hi iiiulIi (puUy flllicil nlnyMijd to w.n ki'.-to- n nn-- t an U hUtorlu raft ut TllH, Anil vum Ui Vjii!nitmi v.hleh totlier for tlio juiikoso of h'ioa'-hNiileon jilirtl with tha Oir in a Mw 1 vlapiu",nt of ponvoiincv clilM jHijkS with n otrltiK, ) o Tho --r.cty Tilsit, vlilrh ' wm nxm iuid oIisv'.UCh ftTin tjlio ii(t Pr'ml-Uof llmiA OiV of tjv eliWiUrf .'w i 'y uj, fpivo Js'Mioloon lil ca,t"tl, or ok cuit, u.'vvl by that h aKel for. Th kltitf of l'iTii.sl i Mnxi-oa at mil.i to rcxl.,'ii Kmit l,!cv4 of W--' th.o IiuUiki.i of Anlaoim u,nd uj Vkill ai In Home of Wio iMiiiot3 tirclury, nml the ioliu;tv Oiit wmo Tills ut vnts tiniUjlit inrts of loft to hltn nuulo to jiy liri.k lanly Spanish Hotjtlrm. It ok or .by tl. hums as .invimiMitlrm to Frnwfi A''o illtrlet wist of tlw KUie, .with oLlicr. lui.s ulicnUs a,ltout .three ftndli UUf tint w.is fonnii'd Into tile Unwlom nt iVist-i- h In dWuiuiti,r tutule of tJireo jilioe of ( ilU and vkJien to tlw Conquenor'.s tlmiluv a.st.nivl tpeljliif ,wlUi (IftwiilH r uootJ, itlwi wIkkI bolii; lliSfk at tlio younirctkt Jenwip, lrotlitr, All trulj l 'tween wa,s cunter o toxin h lil)J. l'missLi. find KnLCml puIjnWvo .tyi3 of MTatjftii Aivitlioir foi hidden. kmowti ius tlio iUxl iilvtr ojj't ia,nd uti-- l Aji for KuhhLi. Jt wna urood , It iln CVwfUli, ins tlw-foitlmuld bo ii(i4l ilo Jiut aa N.viioloou by tlw uIikmJ,!, tlio H,hei'Ibi jii ithls cam NajtoUon'N nw oritloiui In wiuUvl twilvu In nuiiilKu. T'io Jluroio tho Ooufmlcrattoti of Um itlilno, h.iilniir tho kliurilonut of Itally, Najilcs, HulVuid natlvio ilrivor of itluVs cpxt 3lt9 (in It lila JUps, tihe resljluilLi were to )iu rtxvu;n(x(vl. wltli his 6ut Jilliir tli-mil niul all tltit as jut ,itonw iln li,l ick and slitiCtd h"i!tv;iltll!i'r 'tl:eui tio bed of hlte Mil to by pqcrat comeit-tlou- s, tho iwiajjon. TJiero U. also u' rxvuroihi"- tlon of iui ICkUiptVi.il nfuuilicit Dm itli0 Qui- t,h oC wilid:li iluw vJifcUi Th J)tlli ito Itfisula was lior aijsran-(U'itm- UxkUiui, wl,Ui nlqtsi In fclicun near J'.aMt, tUonj; with tho twwlvjo fjyikCM, In itlu 'to annex FIiiIjuiU from tlw Jwp t3 tliu,t a irojio out tia run lormlston M,iliUila aryl Wal(jeiiU thnuugli to iliold tint pokKfi linmly Jn uiul Sinilfn from Turkey TJw iIhihj f a Cuar wu plaiw; AVlinjt its tlmnslU to Iki .Uie pi ypp of VioliWontlll ill i UM- Ja ihn lUMurancC'S Chit .vi tk);lil with th oho Kii3.sl.ui Ui.shlt.lr, or tikUJ'.s onwli, v.'itli . ho iulijit(iil Nj,lioleon'a )UK'kj,ilo Vi.li of t'.'in jusulniit KuKlaiyl aiyl to otiUIn tlio wlwiU Jivulin out of a aoIIiI (tli-i'i Am-rloi.- llllK 1iI.t l'ttt lmoidocLirqd A Hero in a Lighthouse. 'Vv .il j lU-c- 1 J d Sinai. Implying that some got to the mountain much In advance of the others, but waited tbpro for tho Generot Assembly. The Apostle points u buck to the awful experiences connected with the Inauguration of the Law Covenant SIL Slnnl smoking, lightnings tlislilng from the cloud and thick darkness which enveloped the mountain, the earth trembling, the Voice of God heard, the people In fear. All" those Things, said the Pastor, according to SL Paul, were foreslndow-Ing- s of still more wonderful things to be expected lu the near future In connection nith the Inauguration of the Many had misappreNew Covenant hended the Apostle's teaching In respect to the New Covenant and thought It already sealed and In operation. But not so. The Scriptures assure us that the work of Christ and the Church during this Age has been a preparatory one. without which the New Covenant could not go luto effect. , A Time of Terrible Trouble. Everywhere the Bible associates with the coming of Christ a great trouble upon the world and assures us that the faithful of the Church will he spared from It by their resurrection change. The plowshare of trouble wilt upset human pride and humble the world and make them glad to welcome the Messianic Kingdom then to be established for the purpose of bringing to Israel and to the world the long promised blessings of the New Covenant. Tho Introduction of this Kingdom (II St. Peter styles the Peter I. 10.) He describes Its work as most blessed, saying, "Times of refreshing shall come from the presence of the Lord He shall send forth Jesus Christ whom the heavens must retain until the Times of Restitution of all thing, which God bath spoken by the mouth of all His holy Prophets since the world began." Acts III, Day-dawn. 19-2- I THE t It HARTFORD REPUBLICANS Hartford, -:- t D - Kentucky. tyipftipiripiriripiriririr We Need More Goats. worn would .mui tjiit 4f ta..r tatfrf to eniouiti 4ioat In the United SO aroJnl this cpanry wwihl Jj eviy ten tlw irlejier. Tint ir.s t3M.0,(H Is iVi ta.V told by Mvo Kovientinvnt s Htirtau of Atfi'L'i'Jos wililto eiy,lin tint of tlio UnltiJ Slate Im the ported JCO.U'jO.OO) poa,t k,ltn in tha decaJo and paJd 2W.O.TD.I0O o,r Miem. In The eumual ImiiOin'ojMoin The valUo from $20iti0 IjuO 4to jrijOOO.OW. value of a goat skin Is about 5) y.n3. It fs declare! about tjlino that we rata! alt tlio oaAs wo. wajit ounsav s W in Vuna Cut-!- , stead of pormlt,tti' MtuJeo, anJ olsawlmre, .to raiHJ tlwn are nl.iclJired ,to JmaJ for ut. And HfvaJtaa apart froini tliplr skln. In,de,l .oss-mtu- l Unit ,Uia .jnctU of t!.ii tfoai6 even of j;rea.trT alue, a i f .SSLX" write at once for particulars. 1 POSITIONS GUARANTEED GUARANTEE poaltlon If you WBwIU us real soon. Weyou a many mora atu need Z.Jr at once to aunnlv tho annrmnn. k pjIe I V'nUaW U-s,- j 1BQ4 fy eS required 0" raits osbo. vr. rRiifOirAi, scawAm BUSINESS COLLEGE IKOOHrOBAXED BWABUSMD IOUISVItt.E. KT,' pro-it- r- mm mmtmw BUOBEWKIIBS swceetM Hill mwHA s foo 1.' 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Mention this paper.1 13M Beckber SL, Bedford Seed PBA8 BOOKIOIS.XU. 113 " Io-ll- iIi-i- vw-r- e tit alod t ijtia ailhiwilpn iwhlch itlll of tlimHo remaJiHvl ohii to llrlllsli tralo-wod,Deiinmik tuul lituiral. Knell Tn-- s the sltiLitlon at itho poaclu-Wil- li of tlio royal oouclavo on tho raft itt TlUt. It .was for Napoleon tlm vtjry jiliiiuvlo of liunun Kii'ulcur. Hut If vor, In Jito wliolo history of tho woihl Jins n iii.ni lci'ii bo pokwrful, no f.ainl, tin clivio i in thyl omnipotent It (Mtia w tlnw full of u'oiy for NJ)laon .V ;i tovyl. ami of l;iiiKur for Km liouUia Jilslrlaii ohsorvHss, never iworo of Kumo mora llnvtly tlio liberties thrciUnml thin hy thU union of Hi J two ioj)rcenUitlvi!iiaf niiotlQ mule. llut the "Ho1bem' of T1UIV' jwjra -on, St. Paul's Interpretation of the ML Slual experiences would Imply a "Day of Vengeance" the-- very term which the Bible uses. Society will be so shaken and Its experiences will be so dreadful that, like the Israelites of old, all will be ready to entreat for the fiv Great Mediator The Christ. Head and Body Jesus and His Church la glor- yto stand between them and the Almighty. It will be lu response to this universal cry that the Messianic Kingdom will be established and by the New Covenant take over the control of the entire world of mankind, for whom, by the grace of God, Jesus Christ tasted death. Hebrews II, 0. Terrible as the squaring of the world's accounts will be preparatory to the opening of the New Dispensation with u clean page, they are rational ns well ns Scriptural. Humanwpk, ity will be uble to look up to God and acknowledge Ills Wisdom nud Justice, aud then to thunk Him for the loving provision of the Messianic Kingdom, under whose beneflclent reign they may be helped back to full human perEdon. fection uinl to u world-widTha Church In General Assembly. We have greatly enjoyed, dear brethren, our Convention or Assembly. But what will It bo to bo there-- In tho General Assembly of the entire elect Church of God! There will bo no there, though there doubt less will bo saints of God from every wootl, Ju.vb.iK liiohis buraicil thmat'i sect In that Convention In Gloryl Let ! tlio cnutcr for tli avIo. us carry with us a sense of the realities of the glorious promises of the (l3 alwyxya cnouss an4 often D:pin,tary hastening uUwuous ULstuiw, but it can bo QUfeJ. Bible, which, wo believe, are to fulfilment. CJianibcii'jiJn'a Col'f, Qliolora iuid Even now, on every band, wsee the lUJiiioly litis L.urod It iOv'ii iwhen evidences of social unrest; and the inolliinuftt ui.d JVtwnlc. ilo by AH wonderful blesslugs of our day are beDoalora. ing received by unthankful hearts with Ingratitude, breedlug dtscoutent and presaging the awful nnarcby which the They're In Hartford, Too. Bible teaches us to expect. It is n boy w.ho lolls wp JIb Tho time for faithfulness to God. to His UlVl KOCH to work will (iwconytH t'l Ml Word, on tho part of nil who are of times jW luCwih iln tills woiM is tUo "the household of faith," of overy nali,U ili,xivU .In Ills piKjkota 'uivl wJijO lu tion and denomination. It Is n time for wortt for &ar the Bride to mako herself ready for if raid io '4akiO 'liiofd ho will "toil JiU clot,les of blister his the Bridegroom. dollqUito' h,iiid,s. WwdlamiUa lliistlnr. w ir o, full-dla- . ilia,(f-bwd- ,s ot uroia fjkine from British India, whence 15,UW,0UO of thyn camo Jn 1911, and about C.000 000 of tlvqm from China, 3,00J.Oii from JAexl-o3,O0,0o0 Arnh'u. from nibout l.SOO.OOi) 2.500,000 from Kni'la.ivJ. flrom Aran(tlre,1.0(i0,0ii0 VienoncJa. ami about tlio uma numbor fnom r7inee and Ituaal-i- , a.nd smaller lamouiiits fiom Turloey, I,taly, PciiU, ta Dutoh Ba.st JiiicUesind Fnencli A,fnlca. The miqess of ono soat arm In MeUco Is clU1. 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SJ jL.11 J.u.,;.tfTlS1 1b- - ivi- X a uK-m- a m mt I, I I f lb COWPEA HAY cvenor tho other. To make a portion "A" will havo to lio ninety Inches long from outside lioto to out Rtply to an Inquiry from a Kentucky Correspondent. Throufth our branch office at New Albany, Indiana, we have been rei i quested to fumUh yoti Information re rf v H J garding cowpeas for hay. In complye A evener. I ill say that sldJThole. The main hole would then ing with this request will need to be In the center. This la we are alwaa pleased to furnish such to drive Information whenever It Is desired. making an evener so a We will cover the subject In a gensix horses nhreait. If you are planning on uslni? two or thrae horses In eral way, hut If then? Is any specific the lead, a different arrangement will phase of It about which you desire further Information will be pleased to have to he made. take It up on hearing from ou. Authorities agree that cowpea hay GROWING SOY BEANS Is a very vauable forage crop, ranging clover and alfalfa, and is u Fred E. Moycr, Iluffton, Ohio, writes close to better thnn timothy. Some as follows : their cowpea hay "Please give me Information how to stock raisers tiae for feeding cattle and sheep but prefer I sow soy I would like to havo beans. grasses for feeding I them In rows far cno'.lght apart so 1 timothy and other horses, claiming that they are better can cultivate them. Please state 4 ttiH a Iftitiimltimla nrntt ........ -- .t .. .. i iiitm n hjs,,"1o n"i' iiurae iur 1.... may be true, but Soy beans are used very extensively In some ca.es this haying purposes throughout Ohio. cowpea hay. clover hay, etc., are fed for Together with cowpeas, soy beans quite generally to work horses and fill a very Important place In crop ro- colts. 5 The time for seeding ranges from tation, and make a good hay crop, If an early crop should fall or last of April to even as late as the i partially fall, It Is po'slble to grow a middle of July, depending upon locacrop of soy beans during the summer tion. In the latitude of Kentucky bemonths. One of the chief objections to tween the first of May and the middle soy beati9 as a hay crop Is that the of June is usually considered the best VALUABLE FARM IMPLEMENT stems become very fibrous or woody time for planting cowpeas. Howeter, even when planted later than this they unless harvested early. The Disk Harrow Leads Other ImpleSoy beans mako a very good silage give very satisfactory returns. The ments In Usefulness. crop when mixed with corn. The one thing to watch out for Is to plant Ceore M. Logan, Indianapolis, Ind. best results can be obtained by using late enough to avoid danger from cold If properly understood and used, no two parts of corn to one of soy beans. weather in the spring. A few cold "better lmplcmcrV, can be used on the The Ohio experiment station has days after the cowpeas aro up may do 3arm than a good disk harrow. This found that best results are obtained serious damage by stunting the plants. s "Information has been gained by actual when these two crops are grown separ- The ground should be In 3?ericnce In the field and from ately and mixed at the time of filling condition, and should be thoroughly of the best farmers. the silo, putting In two loads of corn warm before the seed Is planted. For sowing oats broadcast there Is and then one load of soy beans. The method of planting depends co better way than to disk the ground, For soiling purposes soy beans do somewhat on- - the purpose for which lien sow the oats and disk the ground very well, mainly because they come the peas are to be used. If grown for .again. --The better the seed bed, the on later than oats, rye, and other crops hay, the peas may be drilled by the "better the crop," Is an old adage and used for this purpose. Also, because use of a corn drill at the rate of ' is why it pays any farmer to disk of the nature of the plant. It stands a four or five pecks to the acre. Some, liis ground before sowing the oats. great deal of hot weather. however, prefer to put In as high as All good farmers know that If they Soy beans, being similar to the other two bushels. This latter quantity properly prepare their corn ground leguminous crops. Improve the soil by will give a little finer texture of hay, "Syelore planting, they not only raise a gathering nitrogen from the If but will not yield as many peas as If air. Setter crop, but less cultivation is soy beans or clovers have not been sown in smaller quantities. after the crop Is planted. Disk grown on the field previously, the soy A corn drill Is often used by plugthe ground before plowing, is n good beans will not, or are apt not to do so ging up a number of the delhery plan to follow with any condition of well the first year. The presence ot spouts, and In this way drilling the soil. Suppose the ground is corn stuh-il- soil bacteria Is necessary to obtain the rows about 32 inches apart. The corn the disk successfully cuts the best results. This bacteria seems to planter is used In some cases, and the sialks, leaving them on the ground be present In more desirable quan- peas are cultUated the same as as a fertilizer as well as serving the tities after the beans have been grown drilled corn, or the rows may be porpofe of keeping the ground loose. in the same field at least one year. double, thereby making the distance "When plowed, this loose dirt Is turn-e- fl f There are a number of varieties that between them just as wide as uader, and when disked again, a are grown very successfully In Ohio, between the rows of corn. deep as the furrow but the medium green Is the best and fxxA feted bed as Cowpeas are often sown broadcast, procured. most widely grown, ft requires from and give very good results when gown Suppose the ground Is a heavy blue ninety to one hundred days for matur- In this way. It requires more Feed sprass or timothy sod; If disked well ing. It Is a very good crop for than if the drill is used. This method before plowing. It will plow better, the hay. but. on the other hand, crop is grown up on must be handled with care or It will is never used when the ado" will lie flat and not stand for seed. Cowpeas are also often wrfEfc causing dry Hots on which the shatter Its seed very badly. The Ito sown with corn the last time of cultl- ikxjtd will not grow or be a bother In San Is an extensively used variety. It atlon. This Is perhaps because of . A meadow of Is ten to fifteen days earlier than the cowpeas have on the timothy, or alfalfa that has medium green, but does not yield as the effect the building up of the soil. " 'tenwcice can he nlaeed In much seed, nor is It as satisfactory In growing The proper condition better by the us3 ot for hay as medium gresn. There are cowpea principal difficulty comes yfrom hay Is that which ws disk harrow than by the use of any several other varltles, such 33 me- curing the same. In some cases the other implement. dium yellow, medium early black, and Very often the ground Is dry enough medium brown, but the two men- mixture of cowpeas with some other crop Is easier to grow than cowpeas top to be worked one or tioned above are the best. "o allow the alone. It was found at the Alabama two inches, but Is too Wet to be plow-'The soy bean reiuires a s?ed bed experimental station that Whlppoor-wil- l fcy disking this ground can be put similar to that of corn. It will procowpeas combined with German 2a proper condition for plowing much duce larger yields of forage on fertile sooner and the seed bed will also be soils,, but seems to produce more seed Millet grow a good forage crop. There nproved. A seed bed which has on soils that are only medium in fer- Is some difference In tho time of mafaeen prepared, but which has since tility. The application of stable ma- turing of these two crops, but is not "iitxn packed down by heavy rains, nure is very profitable for growing great enough to seriously affect the This exeprimental station results. ran be put in better condition, with soy beans. recommends the growing of German expense and time, with the disk In seeding soy beans, if for raising as ?trrw than with any other lraple-xcca- t. seed only, they should be drilled in Millet with the cowpeassame.a means ot aiding the curing of twenty-fou- r to thirty Inches rows In harvesting cowpeas for hay. care The question of size Is Important. anart, which Is wide enough to enable ""Whether It should be a four, live, six, them to he cultivated. If grown for should be exercised to handle the crop harrow depends forage oply, or for green manuring so that the leaves will not be lost. .sevt:n, or an eight-fovAatlwly upon the condition of the soil purposes, they are usuailv drilled eight This part of the plant Is very nutrioukI the amount of horse power at the inches anart by the use of the common tious, and the usual method, and one command. Whether the disk grain drill. The Ohio experiment that has given fair satisfaction, is to evades should be sixteen, eighteen, or station has not found a wide variance cut the peas with a mower early in twenty inches In diameter is another In forage production between fields the morning when the season is favorIs where the beans were drilled eight able, then stir up hy the use or a hay vn&tter. Of theso three, the e pioper size, for it will disk the inches apart as compared with those tedder aa sooti as the tops have beground tivo and one-ha- lf or six inches, drilled twenty -- four inches ppart come well wilted. If no tedder is in"ortifseh is as deep as practical, and it When drilled eight Inche3 apart, the available, the hay should be raked wGl rut the ground 'better and easier stalks do not grow as large, and for to windrows, and allowed to remain In rmd has less draught than the larger this reason seem to make a little bet this condition until 'the exposed parts uizvs. A disk la not a wheel running ter quality of hay than when drilled ure thoroughly cured, but not until the .wer the ground and carrying a lold in wider rows. leaves will break oft. It should then Y&be n wagon; it is a plow, or a spade, to thirty be hhocked In small cocks, and alWith the rows twenty-eigretting and turning the soil. lowed to stand in this condition for Inches apart, It requires about one-ha"ft better illustrate, draw three cir- bushel of seed to the acre; two foot two or three days If the weather will cles, one sixteen Inches, one eighteen, rows require about three pecks, and if permit. nxd one twenty Inches In diameter; drilled solid, from one and ono-haThe use of canvas covers for hay to rfheu draw a straight line across each two bushels to the aero. cocks during the wet weather has been '& "them, say four Inches from the The tillage Implements used for cul- found to he very satisfactory, hut it .dpc; which one of theso three circles tivating soy beans are similar to those is also rather expensive. Cowpea hay will require the most weight to put It used for corn. In pome cases the should not.be stored unless it Is thor'2 tlw ground up to the line? Which weeder has given very good satisfac oughly cured, because If stored before, oin! will have the largest body of dirt tion, but usually the harrow It Is apt to become mouldy and spoil. rtoinove at one ieolution? Which one tooth cultivator 'is useJ. All cultivaCowpeas should he cut for hay when will htir the ground best on account of tion should he shallow and level. the leaves begin to turn yellow. The speed? Then consider that on the disk When harvesting for hay, the soy more mature the plant, the easier and "utow theie nio eight, ten, twelve, beans should bo cut Just as nnn as the quicker will the hay bo cured, and, on "fourteen or sixteen of thebe cltcles. pods begin to form, for two. reasons the other hand. If tho plants are green ook at It from another standpoint. first, to preserve tho leaves, which is u longer time will be necessary to euro 1ft:Mtt Hlt tllft frstnt UltAnl rf i wmrnn the most Important pnrt of forage for hay. -when loaded equally, cut depper la tho put poses, and second, tho stem Under favorable conditions It has Js not xronud than the hind wheel, and docs so woody at this stage of tho plant's been found that the length of time not break or cut a rail in two that growth. If the plants aro left until required to mature peas after sowing it rfaTnlcd wheel will almost Jump oer the beans are matured, thu steins are varies to some extent, but generally "Uhout marking? very woody and of little valuo for hay. the Warren New Hybrid will mature H disk harrow Is The G7 days; Warren Kxtra Early in 62 is unsatisfactory and the farmer It tho plant may to he used for silage In ho pnrmltted to stand dajs; Whippoorwlll In 80 days; Taylor purposes, It wlvo n:i made the mistake of investing yet mako in 90 days; Clay in 97 days. This will 'J buriow not adapted to his soil get3 until It Is moro mature and good feed. vary somewhat In different localities wrong opinion of its u csitlrely When cutting for seed, It is neces- and on different kind of soil, but will Tho owner of a good disk sary to heforo tho seeds are form to compute the harrow finds It the best Implement rlpe so harvest prevent losing a largo longtha basis on which as to of season required for produc" t can be used on the farm. portion of the seeds hy shattering. ing cowpea hay Tho New Era, Thu mowing machine and tho hay and Wonderful havo been EVENER8. rake aro the best Implements for har- found to he tho best adapted to harsoy beans. There havo vest with the mower, because of the to W. Bestwlck, Mervln, Sask. vesting the special machines designed arectness of tho plants. you send mo a description of been soino "Will purpose, but they In some sections cowpea hay Is cured to make a and also a - for thissatisfactory. When havo not proven threashlns oy using a polo set in an upright posievener?" ordinary threshing ma- tion across which a number of horiThe Ulufiti atlon shows the IWior?o for seed, the satisfactor- zontal burs ure nailed. The green vener in coinblnatlon with thu - chine will handle the work very ily, but should ho run at a moder- cowpea hay Is piled up around this J7rHtt. The dlmeiiblons, however, from ate tpeed with tha concaves hlunk. pole, and covered by using either p ranter holo to tho outsido hoL's canvas cover, or some other similar r t;ivcn, also tho length of tho slugte-uraA little moro grain, plenty ot good material, often not covered at all. You will note that the evener inches long, and the hay, and tho thorough use of tho curry This Is a rather expensive way o' rs seventy-fiv- e ln holo Is thirty Inches from comb and brush Is about tho only curing cowpea hay, but tho result usjally aro vory satisfactory. inches from tho whip that most farm horses ttecd. end and forty-liv- e D GROWING RAPE. Mill tell tuft he's nominated and AIM. .Ianrv Old fIoit (Tinwilny with Mr. Ool'"4 .mil Mm. StovvnYi nlfltvr, si3s-five-hors- - I rV Jl 3r h 1""3 d U 1 J'S .a -- I rj first-clas- e; one-hal- -- ; pro-ducl- 3ftr-ulflvatlon- blue-gros- "sod-bound- d; -- -- 3k ot t?rers lG-ln- ht lf lf -- one-hors- e -- 20-in- some-Mitne- J Whli1-poorw- Nathan Rlngger, Grover Hill, Ohio. "How Is rape as n cattlo feed for milch cows, and what time Is best to j sow? How nro soy beans for cattlo, Committeemen Wiil Inform Presiand what la tho time to sow hero? dent of Convention's Would like to know If alfalfa makes a good pasture If sowed for milch cows, Action August 1. as tho clover Is nil frozen out hero this spring." Hnpc Is cst ndapted to cool Wivalilwrbin, Jut) M. I'ruWi'ui'. Tift but still docs exceptionally well will lu tutiii.vM) mVltkiil of lil mm'-- n In n very wide range of latitude. It iMirn ti) 4lio CMuiffii t uivMiiW(m has been grown successfully In parts I. of Mississippi, and alt the way north It wji. t'ihlctit Taffs wlti t(lLit tin Into Canada. It docs best ami de- ivir iiumiv f nu'.l float Inn lu ji irfiwiiiiM velops the most rapidly on tlch, moist, In Washington tlXJUI-.M- lf till) vmvwIiI'Ii loamy soils, although It will do fairly ni'inVra nf the Ki'irnvtUw- - ivuhl well on light, wndy soils If they are In lit'tv, aiul of IvVt jilHJ- - t ctkUv-t.U- n a good state of cultlvntlod. Rape Is a tluiiu. The jioUflifit'on iv,'U t) very heavy feeder, and requires a great 3!v,mi In tlie inorailtti;. Hint itw cuvtim'tttie deal of moisture. It also utilizes a lr?s'tl(Mt'H viDMlit nf considerable amout of nitrogen as nnui will ln th" liiiinhi'on In Ui White Jlotkae. well as mtneial plant food elements. t It requires practically the same plant If pivp.ii l iiilkTjii-- iuo i.rrl(il it? Mr T.ift will IiwyIio Ui fywililtTbtt (" i I" feed ns corn, In very nearly the same portteii of the WMilU) JIumim- - Mb it porportlons, and for this reason corn does not do so well following rape as ovnnVmk tilt- cllpv" .uwl (town iHuit Jt'.i some other crops, for Instance, wheat. Viuslilutou iKtiituiu.-ii- t timnnl lil:ii 1 Tho soil should be prepared In much tomue I liver, tie will ppjYik ftmm 11"' the same way as for corn: In other l"i'Uc., ultli tho mniir.lttii im-kiiM words. It should be in a good state of Inimv .lilm on thi uras, i cultivation before planting the rape. ftn- Him I'roslitMt will ko to JliwiyJy There are several ways of planting crop, depending upon conditions. alily on i'Jio nit lit h- - it litklrl, im--l If this l Some farmers prefer to drill it In rows Coimiivs lm-- s juljoiiruwl wtll Ui. and cultivate It. This method Is not lxtv In the fall. generally followed, but gives very good satisfaction. The usual method Is to Rats Being Exterminated. sow broadcast some time along from Sin KriucIsiii, Jul)16 Tliomwrk f x the first of May to the middle of July, ixirrlcil in hw cither on land specially prepared, on trttinilintliw rats is land following an early crop, or in the with sr(i.t oiuusy under tllrrntion of lr growing corn field. The usual amount Jolui little. ,of tlv UiiIUmI Miirl.i-- f of seed required per acre varies from lloii'.Uil 8rvkio as a pollution fUji-lcfour to five pounds. l.nlHmlc pi mm--. Under favorable conditions, rape Is A f fnum foil) to titty myi li ivirr ready for pasture from fifty to seventy uUI) ut woi kin Hi.- - y.V.y an I sowing. Wo have known Uqt days after of Instances where It would afford about .Hlt moil Jir- - i'n.i,--l in killing iioUlilr!ti!; good pasture six weeks after planting ground Miiliilt.s In tho C'JUtltlf-- . i but this is unusual. Rape has a very high feeding value, and Is considered an excellent feed for Marriage License. fattening sheep and swine. It greatly ttlnvMi (Iriffln to Ora ,Mori IVrt&ir.'. Increases tho flow of milk from milch It. A. ICinuki-r- . IU'ikdUi. III., to l i rows. Some farmers object to It because they claim it taints the milk. .Viib m. oi iton. Iviwr to Alli' ltolilinr.il. Rwl"r To overcome this objection. It Is well It Is a Anidiew Mom-to C'lurJolti- - Aim Oen-tr- j. to feed rape after milking. very valuable feed for other stock. . Sheep and hogs are usually better thin Mrf I AUiiloo. OLiton. to O other kinds of stock for pasturing on Hartford. rape. Tho best way to feed cattle and It. I.. TcmliA-- , UiRklort. U to Kwi horses is to use rape as a soiling Jl'ntvi. l!i Iwbi. crop. W. J. M.uiwurjillii; to V rd.i I!, Iluiii In several states they have experimented with mixing rape with oats or Simuio-i- . wheat, and have succeeded very well. In Iowa a pound of rape was sowed per acre about ten days after seeding House for Sale in Beaver Dam. the oats. The rape Interfered to A apt mild cottaifo In tlw ad. some extent in harvesting the oat3, ditton In Beacr Dam, Ky oo I In hut probably would not have caused condition, ami Including tour tonn loll any trouble if It had been sowed three are for sale tf sold nt mra. Itoild-iit- e weeks after the oats were planted. If Is very poor. It probably Is now oelnjr repapcred. A ban; iln ti ofthe land would be best to sow the rape with fered. Call on or address, UAIINETT & FOSTER. the small grain. Speaking of the use of soy beans, 03tf Hartfoid, Ky. will say that this crop is grown very succesfnlly In parts of Ohio, and ranks Notice of Discharge in Bankruptcy very close to clovers and alfalfa for In tho Dlslrlut Court of .llt Ultlti-hay. The variety known as medium gren will mature seed in from ninety Stat.. for th" Western IMMriot r ,K I!Islun. to one hundred days, and is considered iln tho DKitUr of Jamnvi II. Otisv k about the best variety for most localities. The Ito San is a quicker matur a Kuilirupt. ing variety than the medium green, On thin lOih day ,of July A. l.. I'll4.', but docs not produce quite as much an ooiidtrlit tho jntltlou of tin- - ufor;-sai- d forage to the acre nor quite as many for dlsolMiure. flWl mi lha peas under tho Bame conditions. olriy of July A. l., IMS. t ii tviljr-- 1 Among the other varieties are the Mli ily the wuj,t iWit u JvaniriK Jm h U medium yellow and the medium early black, but these are not as gen- upon iVie miuo on Ui- - llth tla f i . erally grown as the ones mentioned A. D.. l'Mi. lwforo eald court ut Kl. above. ertil Court Hull at tiiitil IU, ,Ky.. In If'ycm expect to grow soy beans for Sild dlarJit nt 10 n'oVnc-kin tfio seed, the best success can be obtained or .us nvar tlierdo us irolloililn. drilling In rows from twenty-eigby tlinMcof lie puliUkHjlHri ona This will re- itnii itliut to thirty Inches apart. a quire about a half bushel of seed to tlm; In Tho Itxrtfoid Rri.uW,!, on, nuntuvuiT printed n iAd iUstiJrt, in, I the acre; when drilled twenty-fou- r s of n tluit till known a,ivl oVi'i Inches apart, bushel of seed; and. when drilled with In .ln.UM.uKt .may pijinriix ut ut'il eight tlmu .ind the ordinary grain drill, seven or and lww causa, lit wiv Inches apart, it will require about two tlioy hive, why tiiv jvnnf vf bushels or seed to the acre, when petitioner jb.1k.iiIi! not bu cr.Tjiil. as close as seven or eight drilled WITNESS tho Inches the hay produced Is of a better Court, and tho i.l fjhef-o- r, quality, not being so coarse as when .Imlw of Kfaijturkj", ut the rows are wider. From tho stana in point of the production of forage, district, tUo loth day of Jfily A I) . there Is not a great deal of difference In the yield per acre, whether the A. O. RONALD. Clerk. rows are drilled eight Inches apart or M. I J. DUNN, ixjiuty C'lik. twenty-fou- r. may he soma trouble In cur-In- s Thero soy bean hay, but If the weather Postmaster Appointed at London. conditions are favorable, there need Wlvtlllnnton, July 13. iA. It. Djclw-- , (.f be no loss while curias. Soy bean3 as Loudon, wiis uppolnU'il ixwitnui.stcr it a crop do very well In ordinary soils, LondAii to Uoo .MoIIjimic, will respond much better If the hut hixvaiiso of alloul 4lrvflfH( seed bed la thoroughly prepared. This uu .11 lu I'roJtlout. It U Mild Jjyeho plant Is a shallow feeder, and thus will Wwijj aJHui'lvlctl on ,tlij J,oJut tvfotunifvhli-Ho- n havo been do hotter In fields thn Uiwlley u;ul of thoroughly cultivated than It will Uifiva IViiiers. undo.- - ordinary conditions. Speaking of alfalfa for pasture, will DUNDEE. lay that airalfa sowed this spring IVvxy r.tlmi baw should not be pastured before at least niutli dnjuiairu a year fiom this summer, and pre- In this lUiiruiuiiiMy. ferably a year from next fall, so you lUw. Crow HUt-iiiH rrtruJiu- nui-kln-. cannot hope for any pasture from t u.t 'this (UfO Sunday nlslil. i alfalfa this coming safon. For pasture under the condition you give, the Jlr. and Mrs. Joinex Cole, ot ttUio. growing of rape or some of the cereals' who hum ben tho Ktmpt ojf ffn ilnisirs. WlIIIi;ii and Nelson Col'i combined with rape. Is probably nhout as good a thing as you can figure and ,UU winter, Mi. J, .V. K'vcn.t, fur on at tbts time. tlw ovist .ck, nituiiuiil Imiiio I'jld,iy. I (blurt-untir .Mlu-Jioll11 er fit-n. .for--noht three-quarterHoiiorfil,-WtiJt)s;-v)ui-s d i.-ilGhikiij-Wmvr-liu-nbio-tli-- n, Reply to Mr. Mr. u1nm)l tttr-n- j . MMkltf. J. t.M tji'l wh!i,h willl tiTuii our will Ivwln July the rtt.lt. Quito n milliter .if yoiiitof folk plve iittuvlMl uhiin(li il Hii,lliir nUlvt. at tliW Hnvlng-ThtiMili- h Mis Ollfflu I'Vllx. of ll.irtfonl. vlsltiw Ivir MiwUn. MI-- itttinj 3tnv?ui"4 ll.iii'jl! iiihiiP-- will i TImi lulU". of ftio lltl llH IUVUII ulpln-r .it tliU pll"0 Situnliy nWit, luly anno. Uii-- t:irylly . For Sale. Willi vIi1Ih1mvI lry lllllliury Ooo-l- , Clothing 1'tiMAint m.l ind ImuIiiam Hhop, In Ky. Splendid ilmnce to ifi hit Will profltalilo husln.-jss- . oixl ilUcount. Uool flxtur-f- . ll at a elfin stiK-k- , without tlm usirtl unount ot iload .Hock. If liUercrttcil, hl'u u promptly. IIARNARO A. CO. IT SUPfRISED HIM. I ftl WdHMf! I p S -- l fragetto meeting. Wlckson Of course she refuted Why, no. she accepted. Dickson Wlckson I didn't itippose anybody lived who would dare to limit Jawly's wife to a few words FEARFULLY LAZY Dlcknon Vea, they asked Jawiy wlf to say n few words at the tt i ? VV ' --We?- First Lawyer la your offlco boy lazy? 8econd Lawyer Lazy! Why he's killed ao much time that be It shamed to look a clock in tha f&ca HARD, HARD, HARD r K. rot ?itlf&" i nm k jMfvrT3HHylirfur 1 r'l VMlllm Ifiiil fill They aay that you afaouM hat on a bead. Percy Well, It's easier to murk down tho hat than to mark up U sot put a Clarence 15 bead. WISE, ALL RIGHT 'ioi 5- 5- u. Air. lliovin tliu uot of Ills of corn Is not in XV. I'litlo, no,ir yield (,'itvnJ.inotlKT, ,Slrji., any way an Insurance that the will ho pood; in fact, after tho first Hartfoid KifliXay and Sa.tuiily. cultivation deep tlHase Is Injurious to Alto Jiiiltillo Ufjin Htiqiit Tl?ijrfitiy and corn. Tho feeding roots as a usual l'"j)lily with ItQv uiieli-- , Mi. CUc(li Jlam, thing Ho vory closen tho surface and of Kuliilmr Kiiiuikh. uud uiMonded tho deep cultivation Injurea nnd. tears meoUii!,' wliluli U boliu; icoaYluctud by Mr. Wise Whero's the man that theso roots to such an extent n3 to Uqv. Ufifuify. truck my wlfa whore Is be? , decrMF tin yield of corn. After tho Bystander What '11 you do if you Sun,ilioc Saliool ut this jilmoo Ls first time oer. shallow cultivation will find him? tilaely. " ' i resul- tglva Mr. Wise Introduce bl to uiy Sir. J. V.'Sl,uvis and family an,! Mr. BOther-inlaw- . Deep cultivation wan I- - KpIU f bt i