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BIG CROPS ARE ty Juivi Jforlfari DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS HwWimtt Subscription $1 I OF ALL THE PEOfPLE OF OHIO COUNTY per Year No. 2 ' HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1912. wjiwwl In favmr of Ui Viese Col. Jtonnnelt. In ever? ln'ww nfitvw Jnivo boon sunt to ua (voluntarily, and with tlw r.iiuest lo pnblMi. thnmsolvra tifl Inlng nlTAIca alvpiaatod ''" WIDOW DECIDES NOT TO MARRY. round iip of weeks News at deaver dam and JNDICATED. Central Kentucky Pros- pects Splendid. Farmers Handicapped Quite Fre- l V . Oliloiwn, Mrs. Clan le July W. F. JCcnnrdy, Ajlv-- t Virgil Jllgt.,A. L. Hrown ttmliiy told a reporter ! luw U'SKS, IJ, O. lUlrd, tluvt afrlrr nJJ ulin nlU not nvury AV. j, quently on Account of Jwrt.s Balrd, W. O. T.Bii'in Jut Sbo Uh tlm HorUMiv Moxk-y- , a. Ward, P. A. Jri Aloxley, tiie mayLabor. V. P. IdansfUi O'tv widow njio trot Unvx& Moxy, Wni. Dolmeo, I.unnV) Maple, ors at IlfiUim and New York askJoir Slovens, Glajton Shown, tliiom to Jvlp lier find a husband. Sho Julin Nix, Jlobiyrt F,Udis( Brnlo Curt!, Ky.. Ju wwtfl u niiun, hJio i'il, wiho vmo not Illarr j Ti o, Jlriin U, : "wh"u' fed," tm rbn liofl ronc4v(l all "day Farnwr In n U. A. tVuili, Ti.mii D.tkw, J.w WWi(rn mi n lo be, nnd wlio Iimh enjoyed every of Central Kentucky Jtrmy Miu,r .i. WrlaUtf A. Jimr0rt th uUfficiK (unl cultivi.tin lnflui.2iJ' visited by g.wroi.H Sllt,w. U,pwly( A, w. Dk,. sa KjM. not t"n SIltwW( aVM c.(lnLVs ,., ,lTaU,lrr .. of tlwe eff.-tare "spota" Hut ns y.,t Mm. Hrpwn'H 0neIion Jvnt lo marry tourJial by tli- -' It xiUvtt rffrt pfjiuiU-'D .ckfir j, liirki MlM.mvn urn arrlsi 1 ajt lito ymVrdny, afjter h'j 0 K-tun, and ruin Is aipwinrwer, Ulmoro lfun, II. Jt. ,D,ivls, finiWi-- l , th'j of 1,500 loie tlw maturity of corn and tou,u Walter Wllvi, Wl.l,i'i hntl 0 IHlor.H .that Kul pnu to luv nit fio f tiowrr and "IVstwrtii wMWl.mt jmlnn Hjrrs, Paul Dindruni, HoUl from all parts of tio counIh buylJm lM,,IS( come juinrirfno Ji Iten,,r( w. S. Kjiu.i, Thursday cvmitnti. Tho try n tli r,ujt uf U publicofUon of mU iWfl u.tulft and 0ciU. try4n to Anauith while lie and I1I3 ,Wil?o Gold, silver and other tneaauiroa are ,,w,n s j Morrlj,j A. j,. Tltl!,. liotmi was beautifully dcroratjed and h r np.xil 'o XJkt tii:i7)r.s. In tlw Hick ua'nurM. lvy to put J.! In the Fhllppfrie Inlands in valuo 11. M. Wuwlruni. A were riding through the city. Kulhcrjmn, In ahiuulamoo wa-liivo bein of a tJv iraatiT TIvt JcUf-rbiiny tx,i for Hio a.;ri-- 'j The mrU, U auapjected, WnUiuw Ilo't and Uvey have wllMin, Ah a result of the aongMiious ootiona pnoaemt Mtasoa Anna lueretofore wfjre: to aui) Mrs. Hirmn in lo.-- Jwr f.i'th Thps thf piuiyiwy culiurlM iw Dtouphed to any extent iwpith of tlie womn since the arrival J . CirUr. O. UrUT. of Uirnlvi. Ajkile Van MoVir, -Qtenn, not boen qx, so far an tlve HiL-JIn Uw sttrner iX.iiI11i niH'lni JuiiuUriwpp-.i- l tirmnw ,warj. L. Wojtlliuni, ,w,( j,-I kf Hartford; Mildrwl B'rfn, of Jffiir- - Hjcakilt; about. Tho Jtcv. J. L. Me- - PrNnAer Apqu'th to afldrcBs a big homo ! Tili,ey maoum il. Irwa ruv altl the by mi InsiiffUIcnt lunount of tjlie Manila asent of the rulo ifemonftraf.lon here today, potlco Ky K, c 0riyi ,,, Ki uus-tw- , Maj Ulr, AltJin Wil Laufihlin, luimo In a jilUf.ul llqHt. She rfontown; Anna Boo'cty, Airtxrtcnn B'ble ha Just prv;au(tloufl wre doubled and wcry "It'iwt Ijullwao Wb rtPIV r rnOiny. Jwj)h Smltli. Ijouta Jllnt,'lLir-an- l liams', Kill Plumnwr, JIdUa llin, lona Jm firm- - rLf)o M.l,i,lX( v , tolMdoiinMivituriiwiimlHiei an absence, In tho effort was made to prevent a rpcur-renc- o Ardon, O. If ilrc!arvl untV-- xiuli thnk of tijo be In- - Qulnii, IJU-.- Itanttx, Sophia Wlliiams, raclicd borne wju'ti nh could nra .wo imliiK uiiiiKUU iri- In Ji Lslaad,s of cwprlve yeofB, durlmr which n, Crowo, J,m. Wilson, Jr., lLn.VJ.f of the otlact. dtnj;l to weJ any man anioriK Jw 1..VJJ Hiiie WllWam.i, Itath Jlunly, Alta M.w time Ha has had ox.cfp,tVnaJ -1 wjh-oxw'7ii Uwir tfiiwinu tFJP. Ui opportuV. M who came aluo t Jolin IVnlmond, MaJdox lilkrtna, Nlni who pmm il Xn ihr. 1n f.inwv Umu-!iw.i- s iw H innHki t nnt. iw c, ium-y- , , nities to aUidy iqonditlnruSj Afl'Juir flruv, tako part in the homi rule dsnionatni- Wew Qulnn, ,Kf tlo Mul)?li Hi Anunj; t!io writers tf ipropjjsiis wars: Beai&ea tho tras,urcs of gold. ami "JJli Xl.e ciiUUw icyl lwrfn: Mr. tlon. Is being guprdl as wetJ a Mr. U A. Kmbry, Sim HU-v- n irt'jMiii.1 !!ar;irfl wraluatcB, W, 1u.'ju mwn, .v, llUth Gray, of lulsvHr; C'ara Uojd, McLaug'Jn Jo wrk of wttf Ui,-'-,. me.w nporta ruaource Aiuith, for threats ha,ve Jsin niaila (jlwriVi Vnwin. j , FJora Tflor Gray, oX LouLsvllls" Uo tl Sfdonn of nbllltj-im, men wtw of tol.ui. tur Uia Muml roU.ry in In tho wfiy of markcta. The Kvants of olvU,W( Jim Rik.-r- , hlHa him, too. Alfon-lMablc Gipiy, of 10 M ,Aforl( lflie ith'ilr fotittia" Iwwli "lon,,, iiuu-kvis iiUij; to tlio Filipinos are IndusJnpris.ns, fn,w s ixockf-r- . Jtin. WoHiurn. Tlip effort to fire the Thiatjr Boyal Ilna Gardner I.ouA.vUle: Ara Gardner, 4W.0OO, 2W; (.lrsyinTfi 1Wii' tr Htuilccits p qoliools have twen tho mho- - tlw crop Is bruill-dUto- r trial ,m jrv.Mt :uid jK eabshed 13 beJIeved to ho,-- bqn insnUrqd by for inUvUtr j , IS; men B.jnuVd, but not and Uvui Woadward. AI"?3n9. dfforil and .oUIldrx'ii are aUUryJ!nG itJvyn. lSr.( T. T. juv-- m, IiIjI Uiw by tbo kntt.'. fTlio Crfny. A. B l'irkw tho facf tliat U was to bo tly aceno W. W. Gar,dnsr, , Mad. to x, Oiscar wd-SS; wiido.- illpix"il, from UiflAr 'Tlw. Jjxrwwt of oils inrl barcfopftAd for uenfcurlcs, ai-- of the Premier's speqeh In tho honia Jiis. K. lVjimui, Will Uoy Piaaot., B. C. JJarni", livrtitt Likens, IW, Jih). on uvl now wearing J),.1 lM alioes and tpcktnETS, rulo dmonsiratlon. J.lblu nii.int of Ume ,, Wi,t(ir Uik . Tine jviw,trr foumd Moepsi, Ira Plumnr, Shelby Stevens, iMre. Brown U. Ikx'jik miliar V ,. j,. x ,,. i1,l,lps both n..H ltfo-!w- They are also wpaxlng elilrts, ,;. jKaV. cpllara Bt A biasing chair was itlrawi intp'-tnI lunaaiulro In tho ajiantmcnt of a TueU llodiers, Marshall Baraas, Mlarvtn and ly lin".l or Is nccktlee. Manufacf4jring, j.tU Tojlor, Tm Uytw, ri. N. JlitjViivion orchestra from a box pecupded by two Wlllkinui, E. It. Taylor, OrUUe starting up to supply thrao things. "Wluwt U.iv.JiIji. whUJKta Ui mx- - w Wi o,mtTln c. iti AMjVt .UitIoa-r.j- , frAerol not fir from Uracotn I'ark. Hu women, who thqn set fire to "tho boit IMsar Uarrnwd, J. '. Ttiylo, Ivul fvrn Iit lno itiy Inifoiv, an4 on Jia U.n Ofin,Voeinbl liitjrruj..il'slWf,r, w ,, M lt,.yn,j,i,-,-. )( Knjd Manila la the ejeaneqt city in tlie eurtalns. Thtlr apt caused a ppwo HamtB, M. L. Crowfler, that ocoiaUm lw promised Mm, tlu,t Porter l.lu of ' I1( j by iowijts S"niB world, McLaughlin Mr. dctaros. among the audience. . K. K1p;r, pnn of thfl J. Jnih (Vitit?r, Otha Dexter, CecAl Barnard, Atmmt, r. iiho would lot htm aoo some of tlie j Tilwre 4s no rubbtahln Uie streets as women was "arneted tost niglif . cm June Im-- !.!! by nnl Uia Sv,Wiu.t( Tq, GrowiJ,-r- , Sh I4. Jiin,:-oor- n WaJland Btirni"a and Harvey 1. Pilum- glio ooiwntrid .to tneit libn In U bcliin bIvpii a tjuiroiush caltlv-iNew York, and thera ttfn wall gave the' name of Olpflys' BvajiflT lw 0,iu. J. .N,inirod, asampjiT"1"6 I managed trolley Un,cB, eteptrio 'Ighrs com ILnulT, Oirn GritCin, V. M. Jfin;;- - asaln after he laid Riven lier sad slio came from England.. Mteis Ruth, Mable and Flora Gray, th,vt Jio wriuld rvvec: Jvsr JncuvnUoj and a splendid water ajelcm. it 13, iMrs. Mary JUx'gh, one of tho miffjri-get- ts ToJuuirtJ Iina mail mji'jl srowth and s italoWwii Kt am perfectly Mitljlng to talk to of LouWll spent a ffiw daja vlaltins liowieivieA the natural respurce of the "I Jn'lm mucJi or tlw( nirly pumtimr luw M'n L,,a, Coop-T-, IU J. , was idenlfitd; this und:r arn-a- l, yAu," flie aa'l. "but 1 have hod enough Mrs. Ilz7j,e Taylor. irli-- ii tlr McXaug!-Un'- s wlU fo;;ow iu bfjands that attract! Mr. tnpKfl. 1 m,unP. A. ,M. Km'tt,li. W. U. morning as the thrower of the htoh,'t. 1'jjv. Tnnuon, Prea'dlas FSVler of the aa'orJoty. You miut not publish , my There is thp finest Mrs. La'sli has long been a fmuliT ,n Aiuiist M. and will I'fm'Jnuo prtvtifiilly Uol rt.hon, (Var Hf)H.p, C. I.. Mur-m- , attention. Sunn,im.3 or print anjitMny tliat rpvwU MwthiodM Churph, prmtJifd Jiere through th- - mon'Ji of Sptembv. mahogany in tlie world, tfia world's Ui,e violiot tactics .adopted hy tho miliJcik-- j Itnwon, SoJomon Hector, Jn'in day nSjiOut. wOio I am."' ot bejt hemp, and tliore are product "Tim crop lit u lano ono and If It. Jones, Jolin V4n.vn, It. Jt. ft'j'M-n- i, il'ss Kitty. JUioads, of Prlnce(Un, will sugar, coffee and cocoa to jnako t'ie tant suffiagettes. As far back as Mrs. llrown litifl Rone to thp North will UrJiy; tlw fanrnvrfi ,uvl K. lluUlwln, II. U IrnrJi. C. T. JjtOH. dlwl prpp-xlJuly, 1908, ehe was arri26ted for' bAfilt-In- g Si,do apartment, tluit oX a rilatlw, from arrive Saturday nvorndnsr to wpnd tb Hume dam-ajprofLUUU re'turw business man wxuit to lvo JiIh career Qatrry Burch WJHtmns, C H . Iil-vi(wtadowB In a suffragefts' i w.wk end. i tho Gonan s Hotel early In (tlie flay. lv orciirrfyl by JuAto'ornia, but nuit WoJ.Ua- SUUor, IUy IJnj4-f- , pgajn to deyolopo it. P. N., Wkvid- In Londpn. At that time, "n Post Office Inspector W. A. Cranan ocr "I waated 'to jrot away from iho b f.irnmra nnl Krowcrt siro protni-tPi- l Mr. McLaugfiUn menttpns. tiwmty pi"- - being sentenced to two months' ruff, Mjmrw licje, Jnmw Canntin, Sir.-wieck n,vJtlja. ,torrtbiV rportrs," (J etafted. "TJicy has baen la town thla luUl Jivmranc. duats Imported Into ttie United Stauit Huifon, Thou. Unrnim, IlHrro" Uolmin, at hard labor, oho toM made life at Uio Jiot-- l a burden. ltiea,H-yo- tine lio post offtee robbery at this on which pepple here at home paid du wiycil pvt b(Ui lMt?n exlr.wnoly W. M. MjuHojc, N. "Ttio l lUrry, Wm. Una court that "the next tlm )wp oome ruportierrt prpauiue a grwt deal. place lost wck. tiul)CPpm and many fiurjn-r- si haw l('n ties amounting to J320.00p,000. All of tlipso oat ypu c,-- expert bombs." W. AI. Tom Oivw. ("! The Methodist Church will have a I lwl littird a imrtit 4cal about ypu, but .ouku, uvjm can be produced Jn Uie PhlUpplaes. ,Tiie exuvjnify uo.ii (kp, SmIUli HI Atpnrow, Hun A year later Mrs. iLelgh wua BfiTi'n 2S Inst. Great pr-r- . Ivul any with the homo coming Sunday of plow j buKki, .Vw W1wiw, Sllcw Slmpn, I by pramnt aiul wVoroim worth, enterprise. and alprtnem of aentenped to two months at hard laaxotUma are bdn made for a fcvje prfea.lon until this time. You cer,ta!nly a Cino pro'- - lVl, IUxfem. I). U Klwi. Bob Wn-,.nd Jiae, Tave corn prw-ivb- i the Filipino people ougtut, Bp Mr. M bor at Birmingham, and on being bra-ss- . Why. my telflione was crowd, .Tho cjiurcli will bo ctohtn (jiear Laugihlln tp be encouraged to the and IndUatlona anu tjiat Wvj yl-- I w:iU1,l( iymnn Maildox, TJvomaH Ur.xe-- t lia brought damagrB agafnut tho rlns'tig all ,tlie Uma. I ntuwr 'had i old. All, tlie members ami pastors ax end itliait these tilings can be Rrojiuicol will bo cxxvoptlonally Virso. AM Uut U Uutl Vlnsi.t Hrry Jo'm K. Vol- govw'inv-n- t for forcible feeding whllo ex prated to attend. peone." ' oru a tow otl ra,in w iiu- - ,ri N 8 IVotwu, JMri Alonton, iHarry mlnule'a now n-tlwre. In ipr'son. The woman is deaorlbcd b Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baker, Mteas , oo- turo It pnpiierty. JJW Co' man, W. W. Oopr( Ud HujliiS, The Anxerlcan BVhle Society ii tine po'ico as "the most troublponie Dexter, Uieno Qulnn,, Messrs. J. C. Mrs. Fielden Dead. Ui'a ctlvi H Urtfi?. Tlw fornv m itru Vea Jkirjir(tt. Lewis Wpmdwaird, llov. J otnoratlng with all rejjgioua bodm iu they have had to deal .with. Taylor and Ji'm Pjorter will Joavo Sund Mrs. Zllpah Plalaan. of PKxvsJint UUU- -, strlvUiK to p,roVu,o snitw uuaiil,.lo' the islands. In ten years it his clrcu-lofte- d Mrs. Leigh was coniicted for Uie ejglith II F:mbry, W. C. Fiirp, P. A. Jlrtvtc'i- Cor Uie Mammoth Cave., n Ky., Ucd Sunday July 20th, ayid j 1,100,000 Bibles and rtaris of Bibles. time of wrn in wnai'x artivi mid nwjiy Li llxniWit. w, tn London laat November for Tayldr is vtUnr In iMtfs "Jilnkis" yeani, four montjip and IT day). devoting tJmo to tlu Udy of Uio con- M,T. McLaughlin, while observing the na smashing .Vojiiea rportfid Mils wunk. 'Jil windows, and was sentMD.a LouMville ithta wietek. Sho was a mwiber of Uio Baptist dlUoivi oil clivumfrfujiMfi wM'Ji will Is chiefly concerned wi'h ot two montfis in dpil wlttlmut tlio opNuiii, roported Jfujt wwk ..."). ohurpli Club wjtl meet with tural resources. Tlw lAtcrary ymro continuous! far uirp. religious cpndltlon and prorpects. Wli'n tion of a fla. The magistrate wurjicd IHnudiwo morn corn Tptail , Ml aoxt before her She iwoa b,ur,bd Mlaea Kula and Effte iMuVhaU Wday lie iwpnt tp the Islands in' 1900 practi"TJlo rota,to crop Is an exiyiflttaniU'y Mrs. I.e'sii that if falie were atculn . at Mt, CarmeJ on laat Monday, fuiw-r- . evaalnjr. gooil one ond Uif prodncJom In as cally everybody counted themselves five would be sn(t to tlail tor a First-ClaTeachers May Re- al Slavics belnK conducted by TUv. Mm. IlarJle Qulnn erteirtalned TQmrs, In torjn at hard labor. Tbo Xa.r4nor of tills oouitfy or fVovnUnj: day uvenlne Uie SitJi In honor ot Mr. Iloman Catholics. With Americana of ilasonvllln. eji li,V)c ftvo mow tlnw and utteniUoin (m tsrp,w4n po,t.new Certificates. tluit pAace pf SpanCards for blslipps, Tlie police found quantities ot gu 1 tnohlldnen urlvlns lujr, vjz: Mr. Jamts Qulnn's blntluViy. a.. . .. .. . a .. n.ilmtnir church haa made grea progress in twelve " " 4 IVanWont, Ky July kprosene and other in,fliaminvibo tu.h Mtas Jieil Qliauvan, Js 4a'iniS Rjqqhes. of Owonsboro: Mr. Calvin An.. i,t Ua moil iinofltato of tlw tirm. Uio material Jn the rponis orcupled by Uv y years. But so liave rroteataJXts, for Monimoih tJave Rndattoc-" Fdolden. of ZeJlwood. Fla.; Mr. Wllam ter. tl to arrested fiuttragptts. Tihe officlajs oialm Tlw tomt(UCro3.wUUurpaJ.!.,ttl.alt ufany,era layer have increased from nothing y of MiwiijiJUs, Teiifi.; Mns. T. B. tar, tha Mainnwth Cavo and oftJier points.' 100,000, under guidance of about 1.V1 jirovioiw ycow. Itopnnta Xram Jvuliolas ontiUeu Ho ivjvewaju of tlialr to liave evident shawling Ump. .Uio Miss Clara Lloyd and Mfcfl Dona Q iln: to.to Uiat tlw tonnito lias lxi"ia in Uio opjjilun cf Xoivr JuJVji of BeU, of Plea.twiJ lU'lfiv, and Mr. al'I-armUvAonarteu. Mtihodiata lead in numbei s plpns of Uie militant women p.oajtomplal-o- d will spend next week ait ifip JVirmer's FlciLden, of PJeasaiat lUidflW, beside tho jkiipuUu- - fum cjop In J(lne npri.ori Uw with 30,000 members, and Presbyterians ot Awuln, lno Jiad this acrlous outrages. farm near Beynolds Station. numorous Krandic,liJldrn. VtUnofthaturvti-,U.dfmCTani1w,lt-lquwli(and Baptists ore cloao secpnds In hm Barn to tlie n.lfo ot Mini. H. D. OHv-lo- r, adcd large nrea,s In touiaUx.. lh" Utmrito, strength. .Tlie Escopal Otiuttji Rev. Joiner Gives Opinioi. ,n Uw W" Black Leach Dead. a fJno trlrl on tlie 33 fosit. Mather vancing steadily and rapidly. In lanoiuo "' "" un vo- U U to bo tho moat W0f4tb Tlio following fa,voruble commteyit conall umllee. Mr. A. B. Leach, better knpvn a ana hJJd u'ui'ff wl' a In wU'mIi a irreat tfl,bie tlwt cm be Rrqwn pn tihe frwrni mwJ lavolv respects tills phuroli has urrvfid tlie cerning; "The Vulture's Claw," which Mls Jlnmile Gatwaod, ot Princeton, Black Leach, died Tuesday nt ills tvamo an many teuflicre Iji tho Hlafa ara ami tt aumbw of farmwa neflont In reAlgon, In nionals, lnivducatiou, Is being nold hy The Republican, hal Is vtaldlnar Miss MyrL Miller itilUs weak. . , noar Beavpr Bnm niter an Ulfwtm wli,lcli aero of tomatoos will ji,no4uce about 1. tenJiaU-dand In local government, as has no been haniled to us by iliw. T. V. Jpln- onjy Iistcd alnoe last Saturday. How-ove- r, Miss Jraso Ajiubrose, of MmpljH, Tui Tlw hutvrUxtr vnia on u Jnodon to U TJle wo,rk riula--l to nqw Ib5n.w'jui other. The reason lies, sp Mr. AIcLaugh- - er, pastor ot the Hartford Methodist Is visVtlrnf Mrs. C. C. Dona-vanlie diad not been in 0Qod compared wlUi Um labior, jvqutrwJ salvo tlw nituvdu,tory Injunction ,V Ln thinks, in Uie abdHty ot Bdiiyip Hr.Mit pleased fcf pur rcdeja a. M. Money, of SJielby tjijta numnier, and won unable to work. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bummrue, of who n?rtiat undianstanda tliie rMillipplne Churph. Wu are M County jrrowjwr tobaoto. to riful ,Uev. Joiner's opinion of Mils y DsVrabur, Tenn., are vlsWiif M' Hum. was wvli known In tlie cioun-t"ltarjncrs aru flnrthi(t notmo fllftluultyjoounfy .to rvwvr the itvacjior's aer-l- n Mr. situation beiUer tlian amy atluw living lateresting book: i , i) urvd was a most wointhy cltison tint maire's parents. Jb!i lUluIolHli. CliUf Bvlfnif labor wifClclont to lvanoJr) Ui'i i tlfl.te of Mil "The Vultuncrs Claw," wrtjten by Buy. of Men man. Mr. J. T. Aiabnosa and wlf, qivi'w now nvttiunw. anl Bood iwotpfl' Justfoe Ilibxigi anid Jujajrcyi Iwalnff.Sit. will be Kiatly mlsacd. Ho was a nim-bo- r A various juliaae of PliUlpiPiliie condi C. P. Wimberly of Uie LoiilV Co;u ot tlw County Board of lijmillai-Uu- n nhls. Term., visited Dr. Woiilbuin this 'uliJ Cvrull taX in itilio tvuso. TJmi ma- nrAxiJl. tion at this time la the edrge number ot terrnce, is a npvel tntnvs.1' clean, wwok. at its lust two sessions. "Hliljwa-- ar.0 akinB Uia avoyiubV aup- - tlon waa aru,(l by Aeilstant Atlnrnty among tltem Uie nitoat ivianUve, Ing and wiobsome. The spirit of his'' Birchle men, IV io deooaaed leaves four ftoins an. I Mrs. J. p. Casebler and MI-iwjilki jirlo ( Henfiral M. M. Ijigan, and MJm Urn-an- a ply of aOcd jlwatock anfl wlio hp.ve lost all or nearly all moral teaching, nnd tlio delkvicy of n spending wo w.ck al aomawiliat JnoWve, farnvw iro well ilolph was wpresMitod by AiVorasy I.. three daujflitors. D.urlaj was In Brl:k Leaoh are faith, and are wanderers after truth. It s?nt'ment, feeling and axpniulou itU twines. (u,Uafiea wltb t,h nlfW IwlJflli evo C. WUUs an(d ttounti' Juils Olibont. of House buryJns eround, four nUw eaAt Mis. OofXoo Taylor, ot BfookJln, N. V., Is tiared tlw number of uuch inm in PTvmles tills bopk will fapinate ot Ueavcr Uant; Wutdnesday iwCtar $ipni lpfwcare bank accawvVt and to Sli.ol.Uy. semvid to TJie SocJety in its Bible work, the most listless reader. I mast ha,nt Is vtsitlnjr Mrs. P. Tavtor t ponntiruiatlon of TJie Issue Involves a add o Jie fUrcaily lanjnu UJP'' ot nameight Protestant bodies are HartfrdJ ' Mr. J. W. Taylor, of near Cromwill, Mid ttie to moat this dltflouM uliuafion lly rHponunend tt to the reading public. tho law, Tlie County tluifrintidott in- - LeSS lOWfl TrOHUe cy In iolrc,u!u,tlan. T. V, J0dN!lt. tiftve found out Umt viUiteid hla iViAitr, Mrs. Mnrgan, dfi,wcs "iiuslmss oondltlQns are muil and no.slsUid Jttvuwt before Miss Haniotyh iqouul Hanttord , Sunday. i comjilalut Is lnurd from any iuartft'. b9 oaMtled to a n ne,wal twrtlflroto ulio A aiNOLK XK)HK of slnipll buckfJiorn A. M. Atteatioi to F. of PytUasl Atteition -liMisa Minnie Molnto re has rttomed from oWKt oons?.cutlve bark, g!yucrme, cfto, as conippundiQd 'n TUo prorncoU ate 4jltait th'.s jwillfl bo unolmut liavio iauglrf Qvory member ot Hough lUlver XdgO Bvory member of Harttord ljodgo No. - Pwadise, where site has bjeen at jtlno bvJ Ailur-i-kthe Oenman ai'pcnullrfitia nnmjnenshava years on prkatnal utptlttMitai. M.'s bcist years which 4J 110 Knights of l'j,Uiiap La wv'l 675 F. and A. M. Is urged to be WWW. No. m a lomf time as Uv.rno U t italpjife oortltUyntj was renew d for four tnly, relieves constipation, spur atom- - side ot her motlier. at Uie rcgruior movtlnc ot tho lolb to lio present at tha reguliu- - iaHUig Mr. Daniel Tonvpon, of Louisville, ami ycol yeans In 1901. In IMiS slie took an oxiiii- - aeh or g.on tiioBtoma,ch INSTANfl'LY. ood icivi combination of of tlio lodge next Tuesday eyilng n,s next Monday nlglit as a matter ot laat'an and securud a certiricato for Tills sJmpio mlxiture aatisapjtlolzeir tiia sppnt a few days with his unplo, Mr. ItrUxa wliollh. Is rarely rep(ullH1d. to ilip lodgo will bo pres,xitcd a matter of vital ' Importance to uio I Stoveas. tour yww. She contended that thl the diiBestlve organs and druiws off the lodgo .will b presented for conspuuitjbna. i tor cpnalderaiUon. ot tlwo most rharpiins and l Additional Progressive Followers entltl-- s ilvv to tiip tvnowal. Tiia court imnuniitlea and It is nurnnsrg how W. R. HKDItlDK, C. C.' t J P. MOOJtK. W. M. UiW comllalied visitors we have luul it luna. Onto Cotinty pi-iSince our last ifsute Uui fojlawiigf va'i s.usoi'pxd ftlvo lnj,umtlci, thus uphpiJ- popy. i . J. NET FOOTEH. K. of IV A . FpatacAN, ummr was Hiss Pauline Cooksoy, ot 'Company. , i , ,. oru la various procinto in this poua- - Ing MUs ItandoJph's contontlo.ii lUrk, .!. K. IVirk, II. A. It. II. Bowtii, d'orgo IlU-keV. AH II J, W. C I VI 9, S P. W.ii.rW", W. C. WfilUr", I., M. IwJx, .1. W. IliiJwin, Jt. McDowell, O. II. JCiiykrndol', J. Tuuk'ir, (i W. lloliejnvir, ksanfoid Bud .Howard, lUrwv, J. C. U'wunb-r'al- n, JoJin Griffin, W. T. CJrifl".n, I. O. Trail" J. l. 1 Ben- nett, Advertised in Several Cities for Many Social Gatherings Other Items of InterHusband Rough on Men. I. est. t of Uowllns Orern, wlo wins itli.j M1&3 Danolq Tayijor, Mdea Cookwy Jiap a w:ll tralnril coi,traito volco and In oJ,k a brlUHat t Po'tm-iRt- ' r 11. P. TaiCpr Is a tnw claj-- In tli nwunTJ-yMm. J. tt. Tucker wnitqntalned ntJt-l- y In lier ihonorondnStier oimo sploivlld music In wlitoh Mlas Cookfffxy wvm by iS.r, Murray Diuiilil and M,' C. A. Williamson, rctreqlimi(t wore su-vis . SUFFRAGETTES ATTEMPTMURDER. Eight Arrests Made In Irish Capital. "niil. Atlas do-o- i Vs Howard, Hu-isvi- , y-- . 25-- Tlu. Iw 0 '', ,,, ."'i,,,, A " ! Ur.nr, u. O-o- "q-ir- ,. no-dc- u.1,, Con-tfrt-- lirrt kit m Cookvy rie'urnfld (to hor home MlA Addle Van Meier, of MlaslaMpnl, Wodnes'lai, acnmpanlril iby Alias .DaU(jlo Public Claims Mititant Woaen Lrtla Glean, of Hartford, ami Mlldrixl TayVr, wilio will be hr Bluest for aboa- ur attamUiu two EJffffl, ,,f JefforfloatOiV.n, Contemplated Serious wsk. tuj lloi.v rnnty at Mr. J. H. Miss J"ale Frasr, of Aplnona, If Outrages. iltih Ca'JIe Mormticad, of .MorcrajniVMn visMAn? her father at tho Hotiql Com apxnt Suniliiy wlUi Mlrs Qulnn. mexclal for an InJiotilntte stay. Mian Dosuto Taylor Is spemllng tlie A aunprise muFjcal wtw, qliiin Monday Dublin, July mljtant vprW ,i,t owllnr Green. evpnln at the home of Mr. fund JAn. ! were arrested today in will rpturn from O. iKicpwn, MiflB n;Vi MctHirtny of Beavier Dapi, In hionptr o' w.'th the oites for wpimwi dVm- aohaul at IJowllnR Gsen Saituruoy. tho ilxtoenith birthday nf tejrp WUn,'ie ctyitary of Keown and itrfl toul Ktzm'nir, Carl Hiw.loprq.uiUe a number onfAtraiHon .which took placo, eitivr Otv Kcfim ky JiiPittt Sunday 8alifi,ol .work, of young folks were pnewent. Mustic was of wililch might have resulted se.rfou.sly l yrootor of the Sarvlay School In- - famished by Mfwsns: Murray DajiU.!, Tiro .women are chavged wiUi ojttenipt-In- g stuift at Uw Biptlst Chiuaxb la- Barl Clv'ck, Dealua and Noble to burn the TliAator Itoyal last wok JEayior. Mr.ftuMl M. J. H. Barnrvi pnb'rta'jnod night during a viaudevUlp performance, In honor of Mie 13tb blrtjulay of Uve1" and wltji throwing a haitchet at Pro-mlNew. Gold Field. I., Il'-n- in w.i-iU- - or aon,-5l-'ra- hit j at J:ikf-4Mx- ..s-''il- W - -- t U'r. t- - Ia uVipuni-Oinpf- H r attr "ujy , I;l, a m-'- v. l, I'r-j-- a u Mitl-ma- t i,, ant e o-i -- T nip-pi- o ertiu-kiv- y, t W-te- - Uui-U-oi- w 'Jit (,, il-il- i- rt , - u Kid-H- p-iu- ur m.i. p.t spd ld i0u,, fee, nn(ii An-d.r- a u-- l. cshjihty-a.'vc- I pr cou-vtct- lar-ro- ss Las,'i-hroo- k, S2.-- AU - -i " r cprtJfl-tyimt- m c, llnt 'M lvis Fill-pUn- tli-J- , Sit. a , Da-so- II aid ights of-tl- nan-ejiJoy- yl a, O'-f- I l. i. lynymimm Jim in ismii ui'ijinmii' RUSTLERS BUSY OUT WEST AGAIN. Herd Owners Form Protective Association. Telephones are Doing Good vice In Trapping Ser- o ttunnJjvt t Utini rolW in no ilcnlc for wny,biljv fttvld .to b i a man lvv mortally ruliwl apji,tJto iiuonrlilnR hl 4lilrst. -- o Well, tlio yeivr la lnvlf Koiifi nrifi .iro you wenrlnii tli)ive Nw Ve,ir lu,Uon.s. j hM Itonv nv). n.n.1 .SiH-- o liViiocnuvy fibol.lwd tho unit rule suUNUtut-'i- l tlio trjilty Murjplicj, van . ijiiil fTeiu, -o- - Kkrttx Wills. S. git-H- l II., c:iUlo ,Uum July ru-B- of SotiUi Uie naku'ii tlio ot fl.ff-vt- work wlifvys of operation, of tlvc o the wlplnjt out "Coil llul" "C.hl Howls" jiwl Ms licnla l" miaon of ilvi would innkfi m loritvn uf (fmvU uirts of Ui foniiw enousJi for any psn.v. ln,t-- oirt mbtle No ravlnl In tlw ms? run fior inioUtlnff iiuid who w.uijLol nonvitliJn Uvlc It. i 21. Tlr? o of C)Mn out your obi soup kWtkf and Uio liv tliiNU ntuly. You nvy n,'Tl ith,"i ' swim' than you UioubIi, Wfl-torn " ' muitf 'Oooil Slll Brtttt oattk: bciMi nuvfW .ae Utokn Uko now wouH iIk ti roiil lime UMs to Htrlko mleleiuiluni th,e am;ill mtUipnin or r.inolvw, a tiify for tiu cMin,try, are tcrmnd. o own from 10J ,U SO liovl 'fllinso nu-of viU.lo jich, u,nil In Hie iurcrqffiH.U1 Aptl tlio evwlo was tlll jlUIo to eiriin tliplr lienls would jnate a. renporMnlo on tlw I'Vnirtb, but IU voiod woiwls a JuvnI-nhowliiK ocmiKtroJ w4Mi Uve W Httlo too br.LH.4y , wlilcli -o-- It the great o.tlle tyvmvxnlfl of In ttva rmttlo formerly wc.no waft tho sejinil plnlon of pyip'.e ralHlns buslnctw nn u "Ir scale Jn well vcr.seil In Uim lnorr.tH of tlw Altiti-tlo- n part of South Dakota lyirw that jKUiiloinojilum woulc) rqLt,n- tlio Missouri! rlie,r iam! tlio Itkvck J Mis o and north of it ho HUck IUUs. WJven tlyJnR iTtiolilnea .bfioome In the old dayp of icajUle rsiflHlry; on bpop nklrtts inciy return ivaUi. a large aoiUo the oiora(tkiiH of tlve ru,st- - Then every lafly may .lw Jkt'owji uocamoo!ui.Tvjin!j anil fvuuttyl ctu'i lor H) to iMfok. heavy losses to oattio owners Miat wh.U o .boon known its the Western lias since But don't you roiiviinber that last ArtnocfciUoii South Dakqta Stockman' antry. wjis orgjuilwil. K.umU were raised 'Jr time tho IMiiis swopt tlie wasn't it a Klimy old putting an end ltd1 tlio lopiratlnns ff the , rustlwrs, nn,d many of tlw tMovios were flzz'o of a. tlnif!., o either 1o4rpi1 In itjio penlUiitJiiry or II .li all r.'jiht to uio thlns ,ln Hie to Lve the pountry. WJlli tlie .pasMiv; of itlio .bis lierdW t!ia open till ypii w,t to dpftiff oivjiinlifind-en- l ttln,if an,-- tlien It bestiv to jet operation of the rustlers Xo-- a time cus'vd, only to be rosumeil when tlio tuff, illaUncly. o wnull c.Tittlemcn fir rrimilHirn pcnilal s John Sharpo WIlllamH iyis dt ln,chid,ed In Hie the country form'-rl8 a haiJ to b iAIio lTn.lt"d MtaiVw sreat nunse and tliclr uniall honls but th.U Is n siwl (toil beloiv to bo sm In eviory valley anJ the prtqo Jt takes lo wliltQwa'i thorn. on cvtry Jilll. o To ,copo with the now poncWons what Tho Yiellow Jaikot, true ito Its I knqwn as tlio Kill Jtiv.or an,d Cui$& .slojan. Is a,s uvIcipuiuleiLt pa a County Ijlvo Stock Owners' Hratqctivo h(y-im loo and we beloni; to no faction-"- . Assoulatlon was or;;anlqd, ,w,IWi M the pre.'ienit tlmfl wo are o mad anl In the frontier town of BuffaU' lo Gap, In tho foothills of the Bl.irk soro tlij.t wo aro not plklnsr tor anybody. Zf Hills. This iuwodation mow litis tikfn llut wo wfcth lo my tHat our Ilepubll- e.inilni is all wool and a yaiid wldo arvl Pt its place as jh'iIkuvi he lcrulijig inOici l.lilW. i. .t,hlof lusaclalion In tlio thn .ind eittle v. ..' O Unltud States. "IiiarU rWits ,to ajl anjl sinelal for tho prosouiiUyi I'uiiiils of tlie priviUesrs to none." Kvry can'tiVito rustlers are provided by the momuarj-Jilfos and by usmtaliv; nvmihors n cort.il .UKtluinyl upon thit principle his our Uut, bjlovid .sum for each Ji'Til of cattle ownel by suppfirt ami synvpithy. brutluien, thejt! i" lota of icounVwfelt t lit in. Tlij mot reoeiit exploit of the luswocia-tln- o sroods on tlio nurket and wft liip sm In .the jirosoo.uUun llrve iW.ih tlio ar- - to so low and otamlno clo'jly nr we 10X tlir mon John ItiHi, Jojaph wLU gret somo Jioddy truck on o'ir NorjiLin uivl JoJin Ahjtuilton the liamls. charKo of niHtllivs ca,Ulo bnlininK to U'jp world ilo rnoie. Oao Of cour .members if the Tho JurU-3-, tiun. ift".r only a few tns'n put a ro,ck In ono end oX Alio wlwin they mlnut' consulaUloni, rctuiTiil viwdlotH and the Horn In tlio w,en,t ito mill. Tli"y rolki in o d irt of auljty uttalibt tliem. JtiNi wi.s to u loim of tour yoirs in itrlit to nhuroh .iri(l jtlowoil wdth a woolen wo do tiling Atvl ditfen.-n-t at bard Lilxir. Niwin.ui w.ts vmi tliroo plow. And no It miU ,bo In polltl". und ono-bawxs now. yativ. v.hlU Tho ox cirt, tbu wooiVji plow an I jjcntenQftl to th rev yvApt. Hllie UilcX iu nv'.it!on lua tlio ro'k In ttw nick of n!ctffis Jnvo Jji repretvntatlww t.lie uvt.il re- alj wot to o or wo wdjl till ki to tlu mote juitH of tlm territory covered by dovll In n nixt. -- o It, and when .1 nttl Is Jiuulo by ruM-Icconfined tlio i Jy to JioincwtpifJcri, Jior.iU of itriil Mi-t- lrit'i Oee-whlz- 7, tom-I)cJJ- J co-r- com-jnenc- .Sen-ato- rs t iBjmmmmm j9HHVii i thla situation la that the farmer begin right now to plan for noxt winter. These plans should Includo sowing Corn Fodder a 8plenrlld 8ubttlt'ite 'or somo crop for forage. Tho farmer luw Hay Other Forage Crop Valat hla disposal tho millets, sorRhum uableHay Prlcei Promise cane, cowtas, flold peas, tho cereals, to Remain Good, and corn. Tlio moat Important of thoao Is corn, which porhnps will proHy J. K. Waggoner, of I. If. C. Serduce a Rrentor yield of forami poracro vice Ilurcati with tho least nniount of tmuminl labFew farmers roallzo tho Importance or, than any of theso crops. Most of sttulylns the rcimrts sent out by farmers aro not accustomed to hand- tlio U. S. Department of Agriculture lltm somo of theso crops, hut liavo for In making their plans for tho future. years cut nt least a small amount of It seems that tho old habits cllns to corn fodder and know how to handle Uy cutting ns, and we year after year sow or, this feed satisfactorily. plant corn, oats, wheat, barley, etc..) corn thore Is also tho snvlnKof a great neglected on wlthont any special concern regarding waste whlch ls '"nry fnrm. Thousands of what the future price may be as based tho upon tho supply carried over from tho ncre9 of cornstalks aro left standing year before. This method of farming pvery 'ear wnlch w0'1''1 W&y toW certainly docs not show n practical for a largo perccntnRo of our stock. application of business principles to enabling the farmer to market his agriculture. Tliero aro reasons, per- hay at a profit and besidoi utllUo to haps, for this Indifference in planning a great extent all tlio products of his Under ordinary conditions, 37 our farm operations. Farm lands land. Increasing In value very per cent of the feeding value of corn have been rapidly, also farm products, and It has Is In the stalk. When this Is loft standnot been necessary for the farmer to ing in tho field It is practically all lost, flgtiro so closely as the business man especially If tlie weather happens to Jn order to make a profit on his prod- be severe. It ls tho saving and utilizing of all ucts, nevertheless the man who does meets with the greatest success. Very tho products of tho farm that makes The writer was few and perhaps no other lino of busi- farming profitable. ness could be engaged In successfully recently In one of tho large factories, without a careful study of the condi- and was impressed with tho strict tions of thnt business. Just recently, principles of economy which wero tho writer knew of a case where a coal followed. One operation in tho manudealer had planned to go into business facture of a binder Is the testing of This requires tho for himself tho first of March, but the binder head. after he had resigned his position he use of twine with which most farmers began studying conditions and found are familiar. Tho operator Is this test that a coal strike was inevitable. A carefully saved every Inch of twlno, strike of this kind, to a man just start- which was transferred to another deing in business, would be extremely partment and utilized for tying ahlt-pln- g sacks and for other purposes. If disastrous and probably result In failure a fate which thla man avoided it ls necessary for big manufacturing companies to be so economical In order by studying conditions. Every farmer should study carefully to make a profit, it Is more Important tho reports, facts and figures sent out that tlie farmer should adopt llko by the U. S. Department of Agri- principles which will enable him to We find In going over the reap greater benefits and more profit culture. records that the farm value of $14.G4 from his land. Speculation Is what might be termed per ton for hay In 1911 was higher than has ever occurred before In the dealing In futures, or a business transhistory of the U. S. Department of action of a hazardous, uncertain or Agriculture. At no other time, ex- unusual nature with tlie hope of realcepting In 1871, did the price any- izing unusual profits therefrom. Tho where near approach the price fo. farmer who plans now to supply forage 1911. At that time It was $14.30 per In the form of corn fodder, millet, etc., and prepares to place on tho market a ton on the farm. good supply of marketable hay Is not Farm Value Production Indulging in speculation in tlie least, In tons per ton for government figures combined with 8i)S 70,793,000 $ 190S unusual weather conditions show that 10.02 1909 C4.9.18.000 there Is and will continue to bo for G0,978,00O 12.2G 1910 some time to come, a scarcity of 14.C4 47,444.000 1911 hay throughout the entire country. A careful study of this table will Taking Into consideration theso conshow that the yield for 1908 exceeded ditions, It does not seem that thi by several million tons the feld of farmer can make any mistake by planany other year for which we have a ning to utilize his corn In tlie form of fodder for rough forage, and to sell his marketable hay. MONEY IN HAY 8TACK. cotiftii-pe- A WOMAN'S W3S1DOM, worried mof lier """" " '."' "Y, it TA2 nup . T. . .i w.ik ! im l . l..a W....U. u tMIIflllllllll! ,'",,,, .,.( mci. , nML II , A ,., . , ' ,i l'iimlly she thinks of ' fr 9ay ! I ! h'tvjni know what towr'io a ! Ii.i Mi. -- " wrltj Miw. voitr valiiali" Iniiix' oim. jWnre tV 'toirk. euro ,. t ... .. ..., J 1v';,,,i ,.VrV wk . nt id n....-.- j voni ill. I wpt'- 1"U Mir .niMir v. ii'. ii ! a "hurt turn'. " After l in wotiinn wlih'h r'.rki mo I hmnii I . fli- -t iK.ftl.' of T.iv.ir4' Uk a mini II int. : so in.it I tvv.; wo lt .t"d Ininliig. cook l.lit't own l;o.h..MirK-- v.i reu lit liiul ;. .V. lid I'.- - w..r-- ' "f 'II ii f ! u." . diff.-i-n- I'll .' 'I-..- I I thp-.oh- ll. ' v, NS V-V- -i-l MfflT?VI i.,i.,r.. i in.v x. nP l'..,'.'s I'.iv.n'o iinv wo. mi. i in ... " . wlio.il. ix .null. I in'lv l.i- - w of tli" wlvrnt i'. Ml" b.'iV i. lisiai as a . n l'l-- iiiliititi'H Mn3.ZuBcaT.i.vnUAiic. toall my i ' ni , ii'iMim in fl.tu Ilfi.itl " ku..'. i I'm iKut Uiisllrln.i f(.r I in Mor-nu- " riM-- f lltlllll-lftf- l - - Ik- JAMES & Centertown, CO-- , First Class Liveryman Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good .Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. Thk Republican and Louisville Herald The Republican and Courier-Journal $1.35 .' 1.50 1.75 The Rkptiilican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Homo and Kami Owensboro nquirer 1 .75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louiavillo Daily Herald 3.50 The i&EPUHLiCAM and JJaiiy uweiwooro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Fanner The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean ami Karmcr$1.50 Globe-Democr- at Twice-a-Weu- k 1 i Twico-a-Vee- k jt. iinll-hcr.- ie MKfifwMinii t r - VELVFT BEAN. C. B. Waller, Athol. Ky., writes us as follows: "Can you give mo somo Information on thp velvet bean that Is, will it mature In this locality, how should It be planted, and what fertilizer will give best results ?" The velvet bean Is a trailing legume, the vines growing from ten to fifty feet long. Its great value as a green manuring and foraee plant has been discovered within the last two years. Experiments at the Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi experiment stations show that for the lower half of the Gulf States, tho velvet bean Is equal In value to the cowpea and for some purpose Is much better. North of latitude .'12 degrees, the seed will seldom mature. Tho experience thus far obtained with this crop would indicate that tho best method of growing velvet beans is to plant thorn In every third row of tho corn field. Skip every third row when planting tlie corn early in March. Tho corn must bo planted early enough .) that tho beans may be planted' sufficiently early to mature seed and at the same tlmo not Interfere with tho cultivation of the corn. Plant two or three beans In hills about throe feet aiart on tho skipped rows about April 1.1. Tho vines will not Interfere with the cultivation of the corn until It is time to give It tho last working. The rows on which tho velvet beans are planted should be fertilized with ahont mo pounds per acre of a mixture of 1,500 pounds of acid phosphato and! .100 pounds of kalnit. It Is seldom advisable to e".vo tho vines for hay. It Is a grazing crop. Tho beans aro often harvested and fed to stock, hut It generally pays bettor to allow all kinds of stock to graze off tho beans and vines. Turn tho stock in after the first heavy frost in tho Address all orders to ir lit THE REPUBLICAN. p rtt YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads ii-!- (thr Noteheads Envelopes s'-tonue- &S HIKIK --Hi tu Statements Cards And lf unU-c-all- lo ,i other printed forms arc given rs Tlio Kt. T.oiiU Uio offo'i-- s anj imniiUy nnJf(-l- , aij." and wltliiln .1 ivni.ukfihly bnii'f tiiiio now Ls the Unto for U'lrnlCifd ltnee linJf.Vd pUfit. Hut v.eM prisnus of liMivMy iu tttc I in. ji Jmvo h'.ul-o- d In in tiip nunn of tn from dlff.-jttii- t d'rf.ti'tmH (o cHmi ilko to know wli-rIn on ,tli that i,lonneil t'.'O rnsllcLS ii:i,l rriveji)t .thn ifol.lim Km.si-IinpitiWMScs of Uio AtlunJ.ui m.ildn om with tho hUili(ii tn3j. u"inl t jit tu iojih dlh!iunv which jio.w i'U-iii- i loHii.s thniu;;h Uie ril'tn ihvUijk) In i7i(i)ilii,; ii.ru jiruvliiK wiy tlK ufXI-ivto Ciki tiM trtitl of Uio tli" I.M.Y. ilcjiy und In kivjihiK the in'inb fH of tile v.irloiw clo!ii:-i- i jii.kw lniii'-fiiiof tlit- iiiovtiniitri or Ih'f mi jt.l jw uXu-- r tliey liavo livn Inciter I In .i vliiiii ilfrlrht. The uf tivi WrfiVfii mu'Ii bo UiorutwJi and ltd Aviuk in running I'UhUpih ivifiuviifjl OottJi .Hlllll wjgi JinmintiK j .ffi"ii!4MJKvn iuu thi,t It li.-Uittniiutwl .In iittejitloii iX cnttia l i t tfU'jiiliojip linen frtim tlw Ininti'jr rilstkrH wJ,th u .I'rfnJfl'id I'Uv l' I" rn!fJifl In. IX Uiero vvtir win .in t eiiu.so for a miMl l'vi!l of ,a It 3 vim Vut tim.; time Li Hut w' ,i wJitlo .uid ain v. tl'Vumi The Vmllmw Kills. N. C. I)nrln,t; tho summer months mollmrs ot younv; tJilldren nliuuhl veiled for any un. natural buxietif-of tho bownls. W'livi Slven prompt n.tten,yon ut Oils time srlu.s tiouU'e nuiy b .uplilrnl. Clicun!,. orl.iJn's CMllo. OholiTfi and DurrMioi ltenunly can alw.iya ,o (Kyu.inl-Upon b'or (iilo by a.'I Ualers. i,"cln C.ti1 ni-Jvi. Mor-iMlivj U to uvnl Stut w, Jioj.hu ,who lalsi-j- In oUkM- - Wl uv iiiu.ui;i4 In the Drug Store. "Knells.) llllU," ,fl.M ,tJW K'ndUr iuvI .vloptln.; Uio infpjili the Siiulli Uikota ir)iii.'iUiMi, o' . cjiUmiil Umj !ru .s'or. ' ul'l llL.lj, (1, .s!lO 'lint ,in. v,.i .i CASTORI A Yellow Jacket Stingers. Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR rtwLs'oiVYl pliiu " "UtintjLLnlV. riLl'.ltll rjn.. r.,.- -l ,1... "ll,.w luiw "AlyiUt lijo you b'ju In yip jLtl. Un Kir." ifuras ril tiro nJl rljfht. inu a (Uiuiilti of lmsliL'Tu i'i.iiiiu "VJI, . I c,v rm,. Mlii-or- , wu S1O0 kiU ,i& u tluiw wit It jttniiu,fli LruuhLu or InatuH. tbni. To Liy jk'ojJo viry wJii.ro iiwi.D'. MUlity ilttlo bi.'Uiui iut ntnulml tu Kln' xw Ulfa I'Uu tor tliso iroiibb'S . roak,u a lik'l.-ica.1 woll kiM llvvr, khljmy ajitl biiwij (1U. -- o onl.t.fc iMsy, tfo, i,Uiv. OiUy cts at if )UU UIO UlVll Of JtulllllCM, k1 out Ml ljru,.,;Uta. . Tlr bv3 fciiiiio ji r they Juolt. . lull; liiiil(t per Plato. lo Uiiiiry CMi, 111 Jiiiiw tlio Jiri.) Ni-- In ISIS. .Mllity imtly iP -o L' rially. This shows that the price varies to a marked extend In accord ance- with the supply und demand. Tho. excess of hay In 1908 was undoubtedly Instrumental In keeping the price at a low figure during 1909. Tho continued reduction In tlie production of hay for tho past four years, combined with tho met that we have just passed through an unusually long and sovero winter, which to farmers needs no comment, woujd indicate that tliero is an unusual scarcity of hay throughout tho agricultural districts. A Into spring is not conducive to a good hay crop; hundreds of farmers have reported tho total loss of their clovor and, iu many cases, Many farmers of tho alfalla also. have paid as high as $25 per ton for iiuy, and In tho cities haled hay has cold as high as $40. CoiiiicctlriK with this tho fact that dun to the nature of tamo hay, it Is practically Impossible) to wilfully Intliieuce tho fluctuation of production in ono reason, it seems almost a certainty that hay will bo high noxt winter. Tho hay crap Is different from Eome of the other farm products; potatoes, for example. If tho prlco of potatoes soars unusually high, ! Is almost a suro Indication that, If conditions aro favorablo, tho noxt year's market will ho low, dui to tho fact that un unusual ucreufio of potatoes will be planted and tho murkat overstocked. With tho liny crop such un Immediate fluctuation cannot occur and still leave enough good huy on tho farms for feeding. About tie only remedy for record. The price at this tlmo was al.so unusually low. In 1909 the supply fell off considerably and tho price advanced. The samo ls true In 1910, while In 1911 there was a decrease of nearly 13,000,000 tons over the year 1910, and tho price Increased mate- In The Renuhliran Job Department. "4 Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is tlie weakness o! your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardul, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. fall. The result obtained at tho Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi stations show tho great value of velvet beans as a green manure. Even whero tlio seed will not mature, no better leguminous crop can he grown to In-- i rense tho humus and nitrogen In tho loll. For detailed information see Ala. Kxp. Sta. Buls. 104 and 120; Fla. Exp. Sta. CO; U. S. Dept. Farmers' Ilul. 102 and tho Miss. McNeill Exp. Sta. Bui. Horse Collars Should Fit. It Is well worth while to havo a perfect fitting foliar for each work hoVso. Collars, should not bo changed from ono horse to another unless tho collar Is fitted to tho second horse. A good method of fitting collars Is to wet them until they become soft and pliable, then put tho collar on tho horse. Kansas Parmer. A f LARDU TAKE fortofij I Voman'sTonic Cardul. This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and I Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took lubricating oil aro good Insur-unc- o against breakdown and troublo with tho mowing machine. BetUr uso both. sharp sickle and plenty of first-clas- s nervous, could not bear to have anyone near me I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women Do you suffer from any of the pains Take Cardul. It wiU help you. Ask write to: Ladlc Advisory rnt rti..i.,.... w...r, .. xSziZ ;fcv at.. - CO-OPERAT- THE MODERN IDEA "Clean Up the Bowels and Keep Them Clean" There nrc many remedies to lie had for constipation, but the difficulty is to procure otic that acts without violence. A remedy that docs not pcrlorm b y force what should be nccom-pjihht- d by persuasion is Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets. After iisinp them, Mr. N. A. Waddell, v5 k 3 5 Washington St., Waco, Tex., says: 1 I wonflcir. ffyirn (i.vapn must tlmlr t wiiwi nnd thai In tiftngrtJirr In mjnMii; lr nvro efulivMc, itflvu lre-m- t Mid jititifUntt fcm fi;n a RUiiuljinhtit, 11it Xrom .1 jmiffliun m linxul-m'ni!-oono And )ou tnrnum Kunnuji-- (the SfniU') hy friwniTn? it 10 SCIENTISTS HOLDS Condensed Statement of Condition -- ANJICTION Of Seven Wonderers of the World. Wireless OF TIIK- - Farmers Demands Change in Present System. They Produce Everything That Makes Life on This iuvI .forjiot tl at ynur jym itniA arv n ItvniJ'"1n ' jv5lj,-lLlx- r Planet. (II, O. Tank In r "Almost I nil Iff" I tn,ltv KiirnnT.) mimli fvhii.il tho iprps- rldl- - Nm'T ikiUuii iK'fori' In tlm p liiiml ,havu (i hlitry f tlilt lit "lxHviiUuir' ni,t .time. Kuvn IVMfTfl riiltnl i hi1 di Hunt doubled with constipation, mid have tried mnny nil of which Hiln without kIvIiir Mfmril to much relief, I nnally trlnl Dr. Mil' IjixiiIIvo Tuhlc-tiirul found them Their notion In pleasant nnd mild, nnd their chocolate taste mskis them inHy to tuko. I urn more than clad to recommend thcin." linvn hem my Jmrttofnro movi'iU'Til.M mi utul brJn dnuun ox., tumid n u.imdito r MiYmrhil policy and miiiiwiuilt In ry iniiiih Jit f.i,vr of aril) that wen luus ,thc hurt tendency of j ikiiukjwIiiiJ iinl UuHiuht of luivm Mi-ilI Uiofnt iuliwur iv'tlmi. Wirile fVlmolx, tl.ufii,t iiiiivtvriJtinH, linI nail a te ri a I 5 -- . liao turned tin Ir to thin Kfiut wilJt. Why? tlie. jxiHUc and the fonmro arc l nituiiUiiK a Iumikc In tlio pit, nt Hyfttcin of iiuuiiiht mint nf iIiuIiih-trliin wnll on joUUrul affairs. more licrjiai ivfe tWnkliiK, at tlio Jrtxwjit tlimi loan any ullmr of ifiiJc of the iuMVNlty for IJvo lulWi; IfiiiUNO tin y, iuh a ic.'utu, iinj the only own that litw mt been nctlvo An urKtuiJani;, nmliCmnj;, and im- opfp,tn for mutual Ivtieft. Tluj.. ruil- I ,. hI IJit ..111. iiIl. r(V.kl.w. .Mt.m, ,!,.! Ut.JI. 'ivqi nml lteI , llnln.. thoy ai Uiu i'Wh Hint fiKliir..-uvir- Hie jM,jhlo tut UiIh Uuik tli.it JiuiK lLuit, why 14 It m trrJbly lnuM to ir- Miiuto tJimn to lin'iune Intenxttid in of levtun.T U riw muKm.rntM? lliviuiwCo-o4iitln brick T.jlu'ime. A it rft a do not Unit In In iwiM , ( tlios'e ikUiMitOi con-fl,lc- linnTiii'io-Karnwr- lulmrlfiliJo (HHj.ltl-- mnoiiK i iivji. tho Itlulv Tl "t!or lili la too nemlent the rural i. 11Mlii-- ? Tli cominnntiifnit of "Si-is'Iwrly lovri" mid "UiKitlnirlionl of Mnn Is now toiliy, it liiix mur btxsi imi.', tkvtl. Jt':f(lloH tlien, tlio flrwt jUOrvt; iu,U for- ivwiry to nuke Uili niiivn ii countrL'W In cotijnUo move- com- an f.irmfix. UhtiUs Is thai w iiienc-i- htwb:n; "I'o-iij- v ration" HUle !.iino manner ih the i coiiamtiifo to learn tlwlr A, In Uiu Uitu mm- U. C.H '. luivo luirnijd their A. lla-.-II, C'(t In Jlnw? yoii ever utUiUd a hani laWjln. liunkliy: or silo fJlUtiK lo? Why, of f.urjmr lias. WtUI, tint rniuw, was tbo A, II, C, or flint lmsan in co- WJiy did tho furnietx QtKma.Jon. miWi Kii'lirliiK. tlioy. rutdlzcd thfit conenrt- IleCTiiw, (VI to iucom- Ult'on w.i.1 iniwiiry iIWi rosui'M. Tlit'y rcallrAfl tint i trynlkViatlon tnieji of llitm Mill klmbv!in:en All f.inii'rs eiy .htrontli. Now, . ' 1 Iwi reiid you finnVH admit Ihi fiuxwfTK hUi'-cikMi,tand 1t (omiuA'ftti. Are of wIIHuk to Im known as a lody men who' are v,'IIiik to retiuji A, ,!, O HJio'ar,. or mjt )ou Kiilni; ti al- ' In our 1'tnaiiH ivid e.irry l)ie vaiiiL-m ike to wink of (minblnjiii; nv n ami nceoirjiluJi Kwultn t'mt Htrcntrtlt thn,. UiW inu - , yn.il etc.? In itlie lnrn luLslmr, lime loirn-JJxunpU, foncwiud and actually i of trust jroblfi7T), VUllTlllkW JUUi aJndiiAtrlal freedom , and Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets arc ncl)j)s n UOIot comtiUrUrifi flf-sold by all drtiKKists, at 25 cents vanii'nK counitry Jfc. A ast nrniy of a box containing 25 doses. If not men who till tho of neUintlXJc and moubjtpl i41 and Stttl "tlie ty-found satisfactory after trial, reVurtmpt, Jiave a clanlcal nnhlovunent. world to iijpty At. turn the box to your druggist and The yiven leiulei-- and the vo, ,they In our nririfl, ,7i,'li'r he will return your money. i MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ynur forcus luvd your tr,ejih and rexjolv d 12 W'n4cHs teleKrnpliyH:4t. I do it. V , Telf j!unie, lk5. A Wild MlrtniBbt Ride. A(VorVine, 167, ' , To warn people of a fearful forest flre Itiulluin, ICi. ,to epdnbHuh' nvnlCunin of liuv , In tlio CutwlUUs a youn Blrl rode tiorie. nnd antoxliis, 140. lv; AIhipg thltuvt Uat yini noil an I back at midnight and nivf-'i- l inany lives. Sjieictrum on.aly, ViR. , do not iiHtiyy. "W- - (,1111; !,... i...n ..... 1.. ll.l. Ill..!.., .1.. .VIUIIVI 111. 4.M.3IU 17f iAIV kl.. t"n avl ,by Ur. 1Iiik" New lJlscov,.''y Tllw.- janania ranal Just to dwieJI nn (uiolJier pi nRe of mtased break-- I In ourlntf luni; trouble, txiurfia nnd lit-- Into tlic list. l,t ntKhtli with I)......, ,WI.. B UMWIIUU . IIVItTV.ViJ cold., wlile.li might liave niiil.d In con. 100 to urotivt yoiirol aflt-you linv" votes. AntYitlvcnji flnlrhtd n,lnUi with Hunijttlnn or pnuuiiiQnlii. "It cured nic nlnoty-folUKfcl-tto votes, and synthetic ilictn-bj'r- y nifii untl of a drctulful couh an,d JutVf tls.aH,, In bn.slnh., and that is nolltlen. Now ' lame tenn'ii with elshty-one- . 11. l'aiterMm, Tcv. W, 3urt' in win ie U- - f.inn- -r orKiui-llze- il writer W. In our familyW!lliJiHton, with Only ne scientist setijt In a ballot "after four had UeI (iti.I the on whlWi he iutl maikesl the im"on farmer will coriNUmjitloji, and I ptfju-- t7 Kunds" Unit wn'iio ncUioU-lirrjik iilif lu'ek. Why vt fourNO the as tine crat?st N'oUiJiik mo sure and mfe for aU tlirru-- t "wonrle.ij." f.irimT will brtik hl Winn Iio Tb't was tir. Tlioo-lorni.d lun troubles, l'rtce and $1 t'l entnrn jmUIiv. 1'aul, of tin lluyal University, Xlunieh, y a') Trial buttle fro. Kodi-- , Ye who pioved lilm.sUf the jirlae iplckuT of lwen tlio dopii thnt ' Uvo Oipusuid. tHit 1.US heii iKUlded to u for not lJlleJan .mil Maiiunoulli Cav", Kentucky's winpidT, o:i lmt by purfy Cost of Great Works. who fwd Uue wortd Ji.ive KiixaVpl It dVln't have a olitiniiw to lmto tho Iuvxmi CVnuil (f.tlnui(tel) wlicn In a eLuu of Btnle beer and lnhnie.l It running, as the "wonders" of wiciro de- (no lncludii'K lAj'nvmt to Into your Wfth a tlmce for 5e clon,tlfo and nintlumlcal achlflvement. fiiimt Krttif li ranauu Omul comjiiny oilinr umll you pr.ictlvnWy ivmIuiIo the MiUiuna'Ji Cavo Just "JVLPiryiifl." and rcpublle of Columbia), J.TT.'.ao.oxi. Idea that jmi must U"ji out of ik1I-tl,uind Central terminn, N(v iYoi!, Tlie Uillot thait was sent out uid that Ls tlio leal roniMin the tlie foUow-f'.nIV.im,vlv:in!a mllroail tfriiVniiJ. Xe; fnrrnen are i.nuuit.-.- l In JwWniv Yorlc. tUOM'.W. r.aiinima canal, AV'livlo'is, TinieOjtyavi ma. alL' by lawytr. etilne, I'rlntirs Julius, Cinv Ofi, doetor, imnkei- -' .i .Suez vunal, JICin,0,(oO. unj.'tnlltj", and po:itlaiiH vlio wo-- k New York Int rhino Muhwpy (when Ijae,n,iiyrt.Ive, .V:iOp:aJie, UVvftnti- fumaV, for Uie nKotvo llnU'rwits mid tlu Ijurand xnt llitlvt, lioiuvaia(Ui, Cblo.'-l- r uinijVt.il In 1 JS), fiJ.OHOW. 'iijmrs ct the IuivIukh, motion l'il'tiirefi;,'!4irj,Tr;ilicr','' .MiuiL'li(;i r, Knslaind, lilp canal, C w analyze the httiuitlon ani 0',(o). llydrrjilfuii, Tiurb'n,- - omjlu1, , iuiii,'yrf.s, AaitlrH'iL' nnd Kt tlio fjiets. Tiike as nn lllustr.i- - r,rte in:ii, t52.rdo,sw. i oiiiploylnj; "a Aiicfii'Juria. 3IiCfl-iroo mi UnM" n'"i niton Miuihattiui brUlKC, icw York, or jiwn. ,T'i!s IiIhmj S.'w()iff liiachiin-- , ThrfFjiinfl: nnirliine, tiiutinuidH . rorjionifon nfch jn oleiitJiiB to Lv.v- - illnviklyn ubwny tivisivita-Uovicvw'rcto. ,toO,(jO. krid,, niaktns SnUniur'jif, wniio of itrt employes I!itt'epl'4p, llliefttilo UrdKe, NVw Yolk, Jit- AVilliiutiU'buis to in.ut Iffi'sluUon In the Intprcwt of tixuiforimr, li'ovcry of Norj.li and fl,T!',3.",3. W.Jland tdilji ciui-u- . the woiktn e.'nc--. Siutli roles. Ilyidro-ckttil'ili, n n not !!!; QuecjiMMiro brld'i", O. fowir, that by u 1iumivh Tyjwiwn-lter- , would of nn jiniato St, t;iv'lud tuntnl, flfi.tNiO.fiiO. bj conoid' nil unlmlnnl i u tho biwl- UouumtlnK n.a Wiy, Color .r!nrifj, .Stx-'- . Slmp'on tiiiui"!, !i?..'Z2MV. nty.s wirM mid uouM mnui the iuly Itovitjitlw iiiili'ne, sji(t.h (l,lc i'hfMii"j-trS,700,(hW. nhip IIaric.ru uinnJ, divnt-- o of MioJi cnronil!lon,i Itiullum, A.viiaai d,uu, S'.mplon tun, Dwwcr llejiub'JiMn. Uitra-iloli- ,t nel, l'utri-niVr- Yt fMiljJi nn Uiu aliino may :h rays It Just wluat tlio farmers aT0 dolnu simiho, .,nj!ri!al tee, Jhyl m FrlRhtful Polar yiunnly at ulaotnt,-in blow with lenlfio fotx-- at tlio far nortn InlQiaml oomhnn'ian enfijne, Tvkjig nitro time. j uillul (iliamplcnH i)ovvi.r of Uio aiid jilny liaoc with the slTln, uau.slnr sun Croni the air. iaitl,.i-(K- i y JWe'it "full dinner pill." "nipro'iiifv'.tvo red rouh or wire eluipjed liartds and rallnaad, iRiUuicmI, Ow . Kover,iunent," "IV?moenu:y" and Hueklen' Arnksi SHe tenelVr, HuLoiuv of to Hls, that C.MkUU cjiat ten laws la favor of tho Inter j to Jieal them. 1. makes the Bkhi oft luiianltutt, Tr.uis.uuUun aitlliUwl, iimliili,ry, ets and one or le-- la favor of the and rmootli. Unrlvaloil for mid alFo burns, boils, fcores, nlecrs, cuts, farniHr. tonvluw, Tejeiilione, TJiegjfipli, AViliat a calamity that thero .iro notr bruises and piles. Only 2 cents at All Ulffol tower, rimuffjli brains uiinuii; laimns to ! Drii(;lsts, It will lio notieed that whlto eltflK'o to potior of trust, or ts n j aie Uio wliolo Ihincf in nollt-l- il Ixjcaii. e fanners do not llko to b., elccUons, they (IM iwt put any 1' ciM.it FOR FLETCHER'S In tho flsur dn tlio rv,uU if l ructrf.ivtAd Ho,ipfi'i V I lialloTJjig. "T Llnotyjiio Consreu or In the XlUkm.ire'.s Club J machine, sowing 11 "Clean up the bowels and keep them clean," is the advice of all physicians, because they rcalirc the lancer resulting from habitual con- stipation. Do not delay too Ions. but bcRin proper curative measures. Miles' Laxative Tablets area new remedy for this old complaint, Ilm a Krcat improvement over the cathartics yon have been using the past. They taste like candy and work hkc a charm. Atrial I. do'tis tlic rvmp Ulv: JIvIjib tho ?nio a jbI mrntrK hnitV-- i IkkkI of soil (tjltcm. Study ,Uie iJiamcUir nnd jirJnclrdqH ntudy of iUmi'io m1jik ynur vinlen, I'Vitnl out If tliclr aim."! and re Hlncorc In thir irtwiiImii for they fit ttKftrtiUnt iviftlivm feojlnfifl and Jr;t dhrw U jm,wrr that rejirejit you (aid Wifit jfnu wilU be inioud of to point put as ypur reyro- HenUb'Jv. why TIktb in tilso nnulher It Is ii(y;iry to in You may nrKanlze, Uc luul Uuat njid In bunnexs ooinlAii', to yiiMir iKsoTitVi content but inlc Jlnu know who in at U10 IkiIjii of your cjt- Kiv'rn,ninmt (ill ydur conjnitlve may rrwuJitA uw.iiiii'ii,t forts (Liu I Its n lilK'it'd nit of fxbt(i(iiu In tho , twfjilUlru; of (in eye. but umlcHJtoml army of nun iMimKihI.i; yiimi rnrc n cIb-- , Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close of Business viit va, June 29, 1912. Telegraph Led, With RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.$197,018.36 Cash m Safe 11,948.43 Cash in Other Banks. . 52,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 Overdrafts 540.33 Real Eatate.Furniture 2,000.00 andiFixtures UU-u- the Telephone and Aeroplane Second and Third. Sewn Wrwter of t)M WorM. f I'VlJlt, A.N:ir.NT.l,yr(iniVls I'ha-ro- s rson J: te the Kreivl r emo-1)- ' tor moIvJiik of AJicjenniilrla, JlaiiMlnir frardens of llatryjiofi, TVtnilo of Iluna ml KphcHua Htaitur' irf Jupiter by J'hld'aB, Mawptauin oX CoIohsum of Jtholiti. MODIJItN. Wlixlim, Titei(liiciie, planr, IIiMlliun, An,tls t'iiM ,4 and Sfteptrum analyeif, 'Die' S"Viai WiHidcJof the World have jiwt beiwi ej'itcd., TJuo jmbJL'ili.TH of lV'PU'lir Jtohan-Ic- a noryliMV'J'd Uw nemdlns out 1,M) lettura to eimlntnt HalemtJU." - and McJioJaTA In Kurojto aiul America, At-roantl-toxiu; LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $25,000.00' Surplus 27,822.10 Dividend No. 30...;.. 1,250.00 Deposits 227,742.54 Total $281,814.64 Total $281,814.64 The Only Bank Id the County on the Honor Roll. Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARNARD, President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. tKirn-ni'nTi- A ai: , Gin's 11 ..!!" I "' f,.." ,SSSVW&$SGra3r AUTOMOBILE Splendid y, - TRANSFER l 1 ur From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return ni-c- t' c r Iu-i- car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. coin-pIK- ul gt ntni os oon-t;i!- nI lU-it- (99$VB$$S&$$SroS threshing machine, comput-In- s machine and Uio other pvwi'ilnos finish' d anions tho "nlo r,ins." Tho orfslnul "Mvon wandsw' ,w.-ni'Jlpu,U r, who wrcdio n ftc'Uf it i hy In tlio Ea."t ffiiUVa ljoolc for tmvdiora u,bout two cemtuilcs beforu Olinlht, iui.1 pre taszirl it wltli a list of tlio hovvii ileot!on reprfe'infd the wonilcrs. Tho gwyitKt aolilfflvcnvcjiita of nin in the aolcr.t tlnu", tuid It lias ,ooni,o hi Hl'.tory. Tho oontraht of .tlio olect'oiS nitlo tlni,-- ) by tlio AnVr-nttot unioiriit oiciiUfltB of with tho world's gr?a,t"Rt nvlin tlnuH 1h mmkifl. iAiiiiohr iltb anuti.t viumlmis only ono wm of prai'-ticntUUy-HMi- o Tliaros lighthouse, 4W feet hlsh hnllt at AlOMindru. TJio lifinBilifj wimU'riH of Babylon Imilt not for tlio ,eopo, hut for tho xjiUul jilcnfvuro of tho quern of listhjjoii. Two were wipuMiu'p; was un ailominicnl for a itlii'iii?, tl.o while tuiptliicr, CoIomi.s of liiioiirs, wiih u ivprep.cn of a man In ons,t metal Ic.s than half tho lucent of tho Statue of Liberty In Je,v York luuhor. . t Tlw result of the vote, together wl'Ji articles by cimhwit ffilentiats on tlio nioilcjn wojideiv,"' .Ls mtutfUncd "aevcin In tho I'fijmliir lle'jinnfei iMaKpurno wilikih, wil'l bo I'Mid on July 2)j maiulilnp, COOPER &, CO. Hartford, K.y. X-r- 't X'iio-nvbll- -- e, anll-tmilii- h, lai-K- n CXOOO-im- u, joers woulident lot him cqm,o wUhoUt ati,y." "Doer Miss Smith: riknae opus m- .Slio Jiod to fetch cHcl Alrahiim. r mutiIi,or'ia lUicr." "Sir: I must strictly forbid you pun- lslvlng TJips. HKaln for luiyllilng' ho doo?, as we ncvi-- r do to ourlvcs CACCtint in Yours truly." Norman U. Monthly. SlacliVJCnitloiKil is ljii Ulil-aiUi- JlT.-m- por, r rir y, hi-- al Wnds. tau-tloi- i Tr.ins-SIInra,- n wi-r- o nl Tllo ji "nu-uliim- or iol'-Hiois- A Hero in a Lighthouse. For years J. S. Dionphuc,' so. Ila-o'i- , llloh., a clill-wa- r cajfain, as a light-liofccrjicr, averted n,wfiul wrock,' l''t a ciuetx foot la, ho mjgli,t Jiavo bepn a wreck, lilmscjf, If Kleiutrio Iittters .ial not prevonkd. ''TJio,y urcd mo of kWiy tiouble and ulLs," jio wpltos, "otter I luul italvCn other so oalUd cuno for yoarn W'ltJiout Uonetlt. and they u.'. Imnnovod my sight. Now', at seventy, I am fenllmj line." For dypopsla, atim ach, Uvr and kidney trouulcf", theyro wlt)iout equal. Tfy thorn. Onjy WMts at Ml UniK.lHts. us ta-tl- Program. t ur( Children Cry Sunday Scliool Union of tjio Ohio UMIUV y Willi J lU,ilfiL iriUllillLIUII II- ereaidsiuvo Chuixili, 1912 nrtir Jdellcnry. , Tuts- - f tl-,- 13 Ju,y rmu 0:Vr-Itnp- ort II. 1. Unown. !:2J-T- Jio Left Thursday to Attend Army Meneuvers at Anniston, Ala'. of Schools. lVunnlal S. S.-- C. M. 1.. Tlc'i-on,u- r. S10O Reward, SIOO. Tho .ritukro ot this iapor will bo plean d tofqam that thero is t liMt ono dreaded dlscviso Ihat eloiiee huj b en able to ouro In all Its ,H,lai, and thxt is Catjuih. lliii'.l's Ctitmih C'Ji'o Is Uio only jioVtlvo ouiv now Miouvi to tho ma.Uoul fiuUirnlty. Catauih bln-- j a. oonstltulloiml dlwa;.?, r quires H ion. stltutiona,! ituyitmi'iit. Italic caUum Curo la tak'n intoi imlly, aetWs UUcct'y upon iuo moon uiui inucous fcuriaotH i tho syj,t3in, thereby dciyH(r Vio , of thu and niny t!' patina Hj'ruiKth by IjUIUIIjv; l,P tlld constitution nivl natuui In dohi Us woik. Tho inopriiitors haiO u iniich fulth In its ounattvo anowors tlm.t Llu: offer Ono Hundred Iwllnns for any co o: that It falls to ur. dwiU for loau-datlUJsc-ivw- 3:50 UnnUst TMieiinr. iOio-iHui- ch. Utoralurc-liW- iir W. contipi of s. s. Alney TJohenor. UhO rjcif-- n. 8. .1. 13. Fuiiu, Millor. 10:3O-T- Jio of I (the .Ulblo ' '- -, il.il . McotlnK lnlep A. - it. Curl nor, Xl:10-T- lio Narin-1,- tl)lp!onui (l.cmts 13ntz Hnniifti- mlnjjsr. 11:10 Dnotiliuil oiillnun 1:S0 ' i- W. It. . In . N. . -- :20 How lX".puintmrnt0 should bo aj- cruUil In S. S. Klijr II. SMtlds 3:00-T-ho Graded S. if K, NOON. Address luuls iliitzinlnjicr.. 2:00 Church nwubc rs vnifjillcl S. illil'ir J. U'StlllKlIlialH, lit 3;IU Uvniitfolhm in r. w..ini. i .. B. ,S.,L.au1 HniK-mUit- fi AiUrotd: i j. cun.vny & co., 'jv'-'l0, Sulil by l)ru(,.!.StH, 7i. ') ljvwy mtMk.vr Is Tako Hall's lMinlly I'lVl'S for co.l. S. S., In dlo and H.ltl.tlOl. to be i4riyu'ivUil. ( cry o.potl in Ik" pi'x-(n- f. C. 1). School Excuses. .Vmonj; C11ICIC. Olmui. W. SI. tMr-wil- I'.Ill. Swy, u colJcg'Jon of iiotcw from to tMulicm (U'o tlio followbiiir "IVjo M1h: l'Joiue oxtius nnuy Into tlio us bwn out on a licrrliur.", "IVur Milaui; Junu inifi .luul to Iioiivj bcvi-- i as 1 Ivid twiiis. exciw wid It Harry. Iim tito;i oc ) For Infants and Children. Ui9 Kind You Have Always BoughJ Boara tho igiguaturoof CASTOR I A Compauy H. Third Kvguuent K. S. C, of Hartford. ' cur .lanJn." "ixw .Sir: l'lcww huiKlcst Ilo no trours tfffi. M MMHIIIKII WWMfSPWT f ' ujn i. Mi ii imp i aeBMWgM-g1'- ar,Wt..i..l i ."! 1111.111. t " mmmraTmE MAIMyMiAl My M TUESDAY All Children nnnuTV L-i-L- PATD -- . - :' '' -fl -- L.I .M M. A A. -A-L -L-- AUGUST 20, 21, 22. WEDNESDAY Special Trains from i DERBY Uncus - CHILDREN'S DAY Admitted Free LOUISVILLE DAY np-lin- e TUITDCnAV inUIuiAI DAY and Special Attractions ! Liberal premiums for all entries unequaled by any County Fair in the State. Saddle Slakes flOO. Harness Stakes $100. Derby Stakes $100. J)on't miss the JHill Race the first day. This is the only tournament of this kind to be held at any fair in Kentucky. Bulls mounted by skilled riders. Music'attraction treat best Brass Band in this part of the State. Music all day. Automobile racing &, Amusements of all kinds. Something doing all the time for nil) vv...w flnd vvv l,n Driln'iir!im VJVM1I' Vnlr 1.11V WOV VI ... UntV. 1JVi f'nmc rna nnmo MA. f'nmp v.... RfiP VOllT nfilPiirinr PVfirvrWiflv Will llt iVioro Mnlii 1.JJV. Jl CVJVlill 1UUC (Vimtti J 111 tlio Vtuut il' nil fniru; Stiooinl ...ACtm. VUtUV VUWJ V.V.4.MV VUMUH UUVli U ailU imnnir w.v.jiw..j ..aa w J'VVIUI v0 trains and reduced rates every day. For any further information or premium list, write v. w-V- F A. T. BEARD, Hartford Republican. ,J I President, as vouoh for his tlrm helJef a'jrajly in We moit of the things for whloh the only know they are too "slneor;" not to peoples' phUform lor 1912 will stand. In corwtonn lUie actions thilr ,niyild''s.-U- the mean time lot "us jupporit pur concandidate In evon trms. We await tentions .good humordly und not gle up the flglit In aiUamv. it Is between future devfllopmorts. WH-wiuid nonnssvejit and I!ooCVet will win. In as muich as Mr. Thomas con- Our iolty and cvoun,ty auUiorltlep) are to wad wull (an article pub- ocioils ThW's deitt, we lnMd'.e Jlm to lished by us this week on the Sail-tar- y gtit bxJJnd a sure enough leader an.l luilp win. Tuft could not haw won h i'l Conditions iln Hartford. We every word wilnch "A C.tlzun" lie baen given the nomination wiiUi.'t and very eood man and woman wJio opposition and from ulun liands. The will stop and think is conipelled to prlmarlea demortru,ted b?jKmd a doti'it do so. let us get our house In ordqr that ,the people are agalnst him im.l disease and pestilence Htalk In'o the lUt of reasons Is a long Dne our midst, when tt will be too late. Hurt by Mr. Tatt, hlmsejf. ford Is usually a fairly clean town, but the ilnowsant rains have nude for J WHITESVILLE an unprecedented growth of vegetation Mr. and Mrs. Grant MJdklff, Mr. and In our streets. "A Citizen" will have Sirs. 11. M. Mlltf-- r and Mifta MatHo the 'taaftWns of this paper In his efXorta Harnett fpent Sunlay at O. T. BunuWs. to clean up the town. iMlss Mattle Mllllgan iwl Mrs. Bmina o J. Primary Election Officers August 3, 1912. M. SKILLMAN, Secretary. , Z. - . Rntand' according to law at the pratottlce tUrt.ortl, Ky.. a mall matter of the nccond low. al C. M. BARNETT, E. DUKE, J. J. NEY FOSTER NEY FOSTER NO. 1. EAST HAllTrXIU. C. P. Keown, Jiiilge. ,W. D. Morris, Slurjff. II. T. CollUns, aerk. H. C. Crow dor, Clerk. J. 1. Monroe, Jtulg.-ToRjigjaiul, Slurjff. NO. 11., EAST IRVWKR JAM. Iyiitlier IUn,der, Jtulgts . C. I. Mae, Slitrlff W. T. Cliaim.i.n, Jmlge. AV. H. TaVlor, CKrk. NO. H.' WEST DAM. AV. I. Thomas, CJrrk. Rvm J.. Stevens, JiuIkv. J. V. Cvcbbir, Judge. S. W. T.u-IoSlurjff. , . t, I) 11 BnrtlMt, ChTk J 1. MiiNslle, Judjre. J 11 jtmlirw, Shi riff., NO a. IIEKL1N. t EDITORS II. 11. SiniiMt.t, Judge. Ibty (ho n, W H ILifJIn, Judge. 1. I.. I'orlu--. Judge. Iliifim WlllUuns, NO IC CV;rk. CKItAiLVO. I JIAMEY PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. NO. 2. WEST HAJITKORD. ' S. T. Haniett, Judge. all communication to sa he-fo- re E. a. Harrow, cit-rk-. T. R. Barnard, Judge., Hooter Williams, Jiulgc. NO. 3 i ( t , , Hartford Republtomn. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS flobaerlben denlrlojr the paper MDt to a ddreiw moat glte the old addree Id making the reqoeat. Unaollclted mosuecrlpU will not be returned anlma accompanied by pontage. will receive no Anopymooi communication new 1 A. Klmni'il, Clirk. J'. L WojsI. Jmlg". l.oii llamanl, Judge. It. D lb Mi., Slierlff. I e attention. ncmc. jtivx... ..... FRIDAY, JULY ...... 26. .13 DOES NOT APPLY TO FARMERS Conp)lderable crqateiil among cx.cltem.enit hap (been from Wie tluse wjm trade at Hart-fon- d iowntr, ,by a report fhjt foice iut tlv far nOrtn "The Vulture's Claw" is full of ChrisJ. 1. CookHey, Jmlge. uid jdHy inoc with the skin, causing tianity, complications comedy, romance H. a. UuihJ, Sheriffj I red roiu,h or ore lmed hanls and and tragedy and written by Rev. C. T. no. zi uvponn. "ps, llmi .e,l lluoktn'M Arnica Wtmberly, who held the Methodist OUR FRIEND MR. THOMAS. We aire told tlnait the Tuft organl.i-tAo- n reJohn Blair, Judge. to Jieal Hum, It make live skin soft vival in Hartford recently. It Is a wonw4U oon Issue a ilefense of the E. C. lUlrd, Slurllff. In another column we publish a tatter TaM tltl to thfl nomination. Wtho a"i from tlve Hm of our frlcmd, Mj. ,J. II. derful book and we are offering It and and smooth. UnrJvalol for A. ,T. BU, Jmlge. Jiinrl of a candidate far the presidency Tilipnus, of Narrow, in width le mate The Republican for one year for f l OX O. C. Mjij.mii, Clerk. ajRo biirnj', bolls, soixvh, uhtrs, cms. being ompieUd Jo tlte vtiruuli;n some (omments on the niW party In the Send your orders before books ar cxhaus no. Ji. ittVit,Tu;TTr. brills, ni iJits, only (vols at Al ed. trying to ostabllnh lkW) nUlvt to run. l IJnlUnl States and In Ohio County in John UuWs, Juilge. j DnigglHtH, part.!nuUu. Mr. Tlvomas hmius to he un JXon. Ed BaAMttt, Giayson County, has able to hue In il'st,lns 4 iMvilltluiiti itnv announced his candidacy for dohvr-itttol' e.citso for the now dniUtui. Tlw ftien toinx-nunmjk uivjLiuw irom who nfuse to follow Mi. Tatt, Sentfnr tlic Foiuth Congn Mr. dhVilit. Root, Ii.irnipj and otlui, do io houauso r In mi"-in- g Hi km it t was u ivwrful tlify aio not In amo'd with th ("Ji.Vago GraM)ji for ltoo-UAl'ill. p'atCouu they mo not and h i.i.u.--and Is n lm man. lmiuiiid by a iiom'natjoii .riiu- - d tluiouli u d n'ol of tho night of lh jole to M'aliljwton dbpiuhcoitnli iutitji4 s liicit tholr own (.indldaV. It dons not all iiki'o that tlvo iun)til,n WJ11 not bo a mouth old miUI thoro make tuiy illffuxiict Imw Uw, a iuty imiu- wlQ Iks onlj Iwo can IM iter. nibililixl, m.iy haxo b n rtsponsiUle foi oil it nay ihave nient or how ninth on,d that Mr. Talt will j.tKdy lw 11 Ji, it Is io.slbl.t hi It tu TilUs Is nila'n'j itruc, It i U Intui die wliui It l.a'wls .if lln tli,U joteUlty no any The Government requires that each load of sheep shipped from Ohio county he accompanied hy a certificate Uio who aio out of Hmpatii wi'li thu -- feTatinjj the number of sheep, to whom they are being shipped, and the market upon which thev liwtflo and falls to ncponil in the ate to '" s,j,i .... ! Mn cli..nti nnn Im ....(., C.nn, .mi uujuciiuiu cuuuty, wiinoui a ,.. ...v ...I: ;.i. .... .. ., l,4uh..v intn Olio ...LU AVo ftiv wurj for No i.um York In tlic certincate from the insnoptfn- - f of thu tliiu.s. if LJio R .n,ni.vin Ul.;n...,..n Ui SIIL'UIJ If..; rhu nniltl jr i.uui jiiv.ji tha ohmr. uilKIH.HC. U11IU1J(-... w.... tfftin .f ..u .. lIVlIllTin UI1S COIlnlV.'llllI. .hm.ir,,, U onw w .Mi..iMnin jilUlf-:.. .. i. , his nf ,th nui't ilU.,'iair,liil polltfl puty fJiou'd die It would nut hr Jio ing counties; must secure a certificate from the county inspector in tho county where the sheep ticaiwInJ lln Un. worlil't. ItWuiy, flr.st In UUloiy. It was .the p.i,sliu; of ll.il are bouirht nr I mail same to me before I will issue a certificate for for soid sheep to be loaded in Ohjo county this jolto pu.t.yit d miiri r JaifHiinl that io poweifiil oikiuiUv' m known to be "vvvu 7 market. In JCcntiuky how wi wviukl Ijme il us WUU.H wJiU.h utudc Mi tlio K Farmers living in Ohio county are required to secure a certificate before you can sell and urod In tlr-i- t jkiga htud IIihw mill liiibllbvm jhii . .No ono Iti.s a move shoes from art in N- this county to an adjoining county are hereby warned not to move any sheen without n wrif!,.ui,. link and .Vi r stiwigoi Ripublhun tluui Ui wiltqr and uij7i iJtA It would haw liwn Ho ias Umglit to love tin name, bit Shippers and farmers should write me at least two days before they desire to ship or move sheep liUjul a feud I licit' Is notlUng In a nuiue, mil w It county; stating the exact number of sheep to be shipped or moved, to whom they will be shipped whorl ? bUijuIs tot nin Wilng. V liH,' lvo ros , are to be sold, over what railroad they will be shipped and the date they expect to ship 'J'lio i,ttoiitlli if Mr. J. II. Thomas us a f'uwer, but wo woiildnit foilow uiw Shippers waiting until the day they expect to ship or failing to state the numln.r of ei,n . Is lUrrnUd to tlw iuMltl.Mi.il i!nt of ..,..!. In tlio J,iprJ of a ihlcf, nor run aft'r otC certificate will have sheep left at shipping point until said requirements are fulfilled. and l,mcif niAs wJio-s- a iifiiut-If It b(Hame attuu'lKd to a "i.ktmlf" to the new luity For certificates or further information, address: opiiix In this Mi, 'Ihouias fa'U tu m.nl (Ji H;3iis of all. You miust not tlilnk vruuso only thlily uiipxiKri l,ij,t wtyk tluvt lihuo the til mm If He tlilulw this jiroYKinVnt a : wo no iniii Jn th County l!y f)i wu l.Lslng lrA.) ami h a invltiutlon U the Ik nlui will lake art In Um iivklIii.'C Vo ai informud Jui,t M.r. Tilumvu l hi'ie uuvt Saturday uiul ot Unit way tho on'y TuR iilui u iifn pituluot. IL1 In Ohio County in NowmlX'i, r". So vilvl!uVvtu WJIkoii lis going to lio'd turn to pUuu JUiii In Iimi Ume than on Ho his prwvit Job of Gowirnor while he ithlnks. On tho o'Ji r h. nd Iio wll Iio is nuat'iig for tlw puvi!ii(jns. J'ow, lxj IuukMivs; foi admittance uud will be wliul wllj Mime of our Doiuo, mitta glvn tho glad liitud b iviuse uf Ills i i n,UU iilunilB wJio. fiifi to liuirrwr fatritUon tiulUi and u tow of us uxu l J , . I I coid-iore, y-- ;vl f.u-tot ftaqaqvelt te the tarjjtt tor every Dem- the tpwn council Jiad jiassed on o,rJ. ocratic nqwsnaper and speaker, TUvy nance mating It a .penalty to wit nvxiA lonow where Uw tight Is going do oomf.. and ot,her farm prpducto from n wagw to citizens of the "town. We are glirt "Hie Brogrewtve qrganliiation over the to be able to cleur Ul city of Hurt- county Is assuming large prqnontilions ford In thi Jns,tance. No aiMh law lias and U hoglrvs to took like U (would eer been paased. On tlip cortna-- y the aweqp all before It by iNovemher. produqts of the f.inn are especially exempted frqin tlie peddler' ordinance. More names have beun aent In to the Here Is a cfcpy of itve itecUlon ito wiudi call for Uie iorv,tn,Uon tomorrow than ne could give space in this Issue. we refer and Itinerant vienders of "Pleddlens They will all have a fiance Jn m"nqhiandle, except THOSE PEDUINlJ OB SELLING A0UICU1.TURA1. PRO Democrats believe (he race for Preal-8- DUCE OR PRODUCTS OF 11HE FARM, batwin WlWon an,d Iioaaetelt. As o per dny" Jt .will Ua srvn from flhls thit An evidence of tills they have nothing to flay against Taft but wu.1j.h 'em all farin produuls may be .sold in Hiut ford by fanmens wiltjiout jaylnR ftny fe. , jump on Iloosevclt. Of course, If one ulifluld annate Jn runTVoodrow WJLson's nomination has not ning u Hikster wugon, buln- - an I met with a vjry warm rooqpUon over shilling as a buslno-ss- , he would bo i icountry. Xn fact there are evlden-ce- a nquired o my the llcun.te, but not to itliat both live cuwlUlute land Uie aell his own produce. Hartford invites Plw'-torto tlie tnulc o,f al tlve aiie a keen til rank and file of Dqinocruiiy. et Wday. Miller rqturnied .home from a v,llt to Ownnsboro. Mr. Evwett MJlllgan, of HeXUn, visited rjlatlvia h.jre ila.it wvek. lr. and Mrs. Dudley tlaynos vfaltoJ at Arthur Kords Sunday. Ml Nom and Mary Bell Taylor, of WMtcmlle, ptint Sa.turU' fl,t Clvirlle Taylors. Mr. Amanda .Stewart and dauajhftjr. uIah. Robert Stewart of Wiebsr Saturday rutht. Our school begins Ajugust iftth with MUw Ruth Ulojd of KonLsvllle as, i teaolier. MJsw Myrtle Burdctt w,Ul Vn,ch near I Llwnrnore. Mr. C. ,W. Phillips, o; Walnut Grove, vlslt1d ids daughter, Mjs. Enumi Miller he BEUA. ("IV. C. Ashley, Sheriff. O. JL Tlnsley, Judge. W. W. PlrUe, Judge. W. Q Park, Clork. - . NO. i. SULPHUR SPRJN,GS. J. I. DavLs, Clerk. , John Ragdale, Judge. Tico Baker, Judge. , Andy Alford, Sheriff, ,' ' i ' , I NO. 5. MAGAN. i . Walter Mldkiff, Jilge. ; Hall. Sheriff. , Magan, Judge. Romney Miller, Clork. NO. 6 CROMWEIO.. G. W. Milllln, Clerk. C. P. Amos, Judge. T, E. Cooper, Sheriff. J. A. James, Judge. NO. 7. COQL tfRRIN-GS.i H. L. Taylar, Judge. J. L. Moore, Shertff. j Ko Brown, Judge. W. P. Bennott, Ork j NO. 8. NORTH ROCKPORT. Elijah Woqdburn, ClerK. Addle Austin, Judge. t J. L. Brown, Sheriff. , , ," L. J. Hardin, Judge. ,NO. 9 SOUTH ROCKjPORT. J. H. Mils, Judge. J. I. Claik. SHeniff. i AUoxd BonniU, JuiU;,e. J. T. CJerk. Np. 10. SELECT. I Wade RiUe, Cleuk. E. B. lUnley, Judge. j Jamos 1 hitler, Jwlge. , C. W. Jtannoy, Sheriff. NO. 11. HORSE RRANCH. i W. P. Millar, Judge. ' "l T. B. Slieilff. P. 11. Alford, Judge. ' G. J. Hoover, Clerk. NO. 12. ROSINE. , C. E. Raley. Jmlge. Wld J. C. MCHENRY. ' A. Thorp, Judge. , W. W. Dunnan, Slvertff. ' L W. Houker, Judge. 11. H. I'ierce, Clerkj , NO. 16 CENTERTOAVN. O. M. Bishop, Clrk. J. C. JiiX'ksiwi, Jiulgr. ) ,W. M. Warden, Jiulgv. j i S. M. IVUr, NO. IT. SMALUIOU.S Alonzo Krunce, Sheriff. , J. C. Hill, Judge. , , J. C. Ilonno.t1, Judge. 5 , Siu-riff- . i NO. NO POIN.T P.L.EA-SAN- Nat lln,illii. Judge, Watt Taylor, .Sheriff. Will JUiyd, JiHlg.. A. 11 Tlclvno.r Clerkj Henr JI I" II. I I NO NAILROW. Carter, Cbvk. Jiiig-- . RiJifrow, JimUhj lVtt, i J. ion Phllljils, Sh. riff. . NO a. ll.M.1'11. Willie Col.jik.ui, Ju.li', J. II. .HHkltf, Shwlff. TJ lUibt-r- Jiylge. t QnpW K.ltVn!r-r- itd . 5 Mrs. Ed Bajz In OiwemKljono. Is copending same time , tt Mr. Walter Crowe's family ivlstUd rel- atlvnis at Slagan Station Saturday and SumLiy. Mnani. M;CDowell and Robert Evans of Whitest Hie vU'd tlielr ibrol)liir, il ', lEvans, Sunday. Av-g- I Ultrk. A. MltuhejJ, Jiulgc, J. y. Cooper, Judg, . C. Roberts, Sheriff. NO. 13. WEST PORDSVJU.E Jwm Miles, Slverlff. A. IIeiultr.sun, Jmlge. , S. K. Allea, Clerk. Clifton Shown, J in Vie. NO. 30. AETNAVILLE. S. L. Phillip?!. Ju.lge. E. II. Morgan, CUj-k- . C. It. IUi(.ids, Juilge. i A. E. Ilhllitrw. Shurirf, , ' NO. 41. SIIREVE. RufilH Iowell. Judge. A. SlKirtrrn, slrlff. Maik Clough, JikUsp, , Ctkis. Davlldson, Uh rk. , -- O. N V. A. Matthews, CJork. 1(. K.VST rORDSVlLLE , , Tnjlor, Chirk. NO 10 PRKNTLS. Cf-Jk- Tiolor, JiKLgi. . Carl M. Tti)kr, 11. B I l I . J. W. , Juilgo. G. T. MnJIelliui, SlfTlff. .NO 31 IIKItllEUT. O T. Runl'.Or. Juilge. Wllm. 11. , , I J. IWiuJiik, SlKMllff. W. J. TajJur, Juilge. Vlrgl MlliVr, CITk. NO. U ARNOLD. M.u:k Cook, Clerk. I M.irton SJiutU, Juilge. W. W. '' I '' I "II ItuJi, JudgH. I RoU.it CMik, Sheriff. NO. 33 RENDER 1 B. Jjnnf, Judg. , . Al Canv.wn, Slmrlff. L E Hiuul, JinUj... CluiUi Uiki-r- , Clij-kI NO. J2. 014,VTON. ' K. C. Iljira, Juilge. I N. B. While, Ork. blow with lerrlflc Frightful Polar Winds. J. XXSHHXrYYYYYYYyyyYX To Breeders and Shippers of Sheep! l.,.nlit ih,h o-- e I. nien-tlond- J. 4 Si 1(1,11-- M Is -- J. J. nituuy -: .. nia-ali- 1 !'n s e Y Y Y Y Y Y , L. D. BENNETT, Inspector, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. 3 X 3 44444t44444444444liliJI6ftKI&jlji6j63 SSSVai&SSSSSSSSSg WAIT FOR FAIR'S BIG Jtlhy raid Mai, MiuCtf . Mr,. A. John, V rt Wiltwwliiy for it vWt wlili rnV.iUva lit I'VMisvlllo. IHso Recipes For Cold Drinks .uiMt (i Umo you corno 11 ,to .Hart- ford drop Big Come Down Sale! And for T.Ivp dollar Jn your H'tiiuhlkran iic,lit to yir. UlllENTAK PtlNCll. Oao icupful of jiunr, J cuptul of watrr oX mVvk iiliiivunnti, C iliiiWH, of S oru.Tu,', Juloo of two I'llminc, ploqo of hs-ithu yl'.v. of 11 walnut, 1 drop of ull ut poppt.rnilnt, KTr'n coloring. Mix itiltio uar, watur, tloMis, ojnna-no- n on.il K'ntcur and imt Hum pvif Die fire. JtriiiK to a lxil and allow to b', for 6 jiinutiiN, Sfipn nuntove from tlie odd the f,r,tilt Julira stove. WJicti and ttraln tike THl.vtiire, adding the oH of piPPorni'l'ht' Avp.0 put In qnpuph rert UolorJiu;, nuidc by prrMliu; the Jut. o from boll'vl MilniifJi 1(iaV, Do glvo the liquid a d'tldtd tolor. J'nur lata a bowl, chill tluroiJily and serve, PL',NCH. LEMONADE cup Hvo lemons, cmiuj of miRar, fill o,f bolllis water, Kil'iKr aU., frpsli h'pjplng tublesfjoon-fmint, cold water, ju.'.-hr -1 2 ul COfflE DOWN SALE Commencing August 2 CLOSING AUGUST lO. You can clean up some money Mr, WW C. A!urtlti lias iwntml .Indue 'M day Mtrct V. II. Taylor's tdnipirly of August. ami wll mow tl-- o Jt Beginning Aug. 2 Continuing Saturday, August Until 'Mr. Antliur Putty lam bought tlie Ninli WMto prjipfijly, V.J1I0I1 has ,xnn iryitplrd liy Attorn- y Otto C. ALi.rt.ln fur nfnc itlmo. - 10. of Jrd-Villlu pUtiauit 'Jlho Itr'puhUiin rail Monday. Mr. WhHUriglilH Is lurnl nuull uarrltr out of tlie FoirdsivlUu Air. Rodney Whlttlhtnll, c, jkutJ during our Come Down Sale! c. 1 Rare chance to buy merchandise below its actual cost today. Be wise and attend this sale. Come and bring your friends with you, and remember It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. i i tho time to buy a good Cultione. vator If you arc going to buy Call and ec my Mock, anyway. .! KINO, . 4Mt Hartford, Ky. Now Is We wish to clean out our surplus Mrs. I), II. Tniut lux rrturnqn' to her home at Cromwell, after n flliort wlUi her dauglitr puid son, visit Giorso Mm. Fhwl Cooper uml Mr. Trout. h-- re of BcUuMne. i Mr, H. Stresqssravrassarassssg Hartford Republican. KIUUAV, JUL.Y 26. I. Patty, ttiepiibllctui of Niuttqww. paid n jikxuumt will TAHiy- - TBi'i Mvvra. Joo James and fam Jumes, o Mellrwy, wuro In Hartford .Tutifluy. Mr. John Stwns, of Simmons, palil Tdve RepuuUean a call, Wednesday. Mr. Hud sitrih, of JasonvlUe, lud. Is visiting tils fuiUtor, Mr. K. f.uvli. if Ifnilisr, wiw quite Mr. Hlntnn 111 tlw of Utc week, but Li bctUir. flrt M. H. JcE. lailroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. U44 N, thne card effective Monday daily except 'Sunday. Cllnif Out and Come Down S.vU) ut No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. IixjuuiI & Co"ii. Ktery pale a Uarjr.iAn. dally except Sunday. No. IIS South Bound due 8:46 ft. to. Suavt. oiul Mr. Hmry Uirti iatt-- d Uie formw'8 parent mvf CrpmwU .Sun dally except Bundey. Pay Your Taxes. Ho. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. day. Sunday. dally except Taxes for year 1912 are now due, pjrraiqh at V. JalouT wll K"V. T. H. E. M18CHKE ABt tlt :i we are ready to receive same. twxt Sunday nvnbiK Go-Jw- No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. Am. 21eC Jon, iWiuh the IcnwiTiH and Wee Uicm.Uien pnlnkle over the 4jfuir. Ent stand for utter rqlurnrd Mi Alee Uility jnJimUH nnd t,li(n add 1 q irn.nl of home at Owcnshoro, iWdnmlay nftfir-- a vc huUvrti. Sh cold WttUr. IHsmiIvo the oVatlne in iho vWt lure wlih Iter liolliiiK vwvtor and odd Jt to lli,e luinoii r, wan aecotniatifcd home liy Ji'ir mlxiture. I'our Una wJiole inito a bo.vl Mm. MllMe A. Bfm,tt. and odd Uie e'twr ale, allowing of A fine boy was barn to Mr. nnd Mr", Blneur ale for oach quant of Wve Mthcir jiewtTday morning liquid. Half an Jwmr before nervlnj; add Hurbemt fc'nndtrs Mot.lir and child lining iilcnly and a fuw tens of Irse-i-h imltnt. Is feullng po good he wonted to TEA PUNCH. el.ve Judge WJlson a Uijwtlilng yonter-(laTluioe cujifuj of corn yrup, 1 unpful of uruiiire JUie, 1 cupful of lnapp!e cuptul of iSt,ra)wbi.'rry, atiRnlvriy 1 have puruluutnd It lie lil.ick nxllh fliop Julue, of J. A. Daniel and would be i;ivl to or ourrant juloe, 1 cupfjul of uliiO(ppqd lor, Lea. do your hore jtltoolnK ami gwtonj re- 1 pint oX over the Byrup Pour the fruit Juk pair work. SlunlnK In otturiKe of Mr. and mix Ui,urouxhly; jthnti Uftd the Daniel. ohopped Ice pto e,hlll wtetl. Make a pint 114 JEPK WA.T.TB11SON. of Kood, strong .twi (fi mlxtuine of Eng Alay, of MlKsfis Artie and lish fcreaW.ust and oruiigH pekoe will 0,wen.Hboro, ocuompnnkfl by MlfM Qrr,.'ll a isood uoinblj.nitti'on), urfn,' afiout a FUuLilcn attended the funortu of their of t.n to each cupful rf iwtjUr. Knuulinothex, Mix. J'"JlUin at (Mt. Car-mWlvtti finished chill hU and aM It to ar- - vtaitlng Jlonday and Uieir the diluted fruit Juices dust before servcouflin, Mr. Erntwt Woodwool, city. ing Vie puiixli. Tllnsley askn ua to an- County CU-rHHU1T PUNCH. nounoe to our rradWH tliat nwicir'H It Two cuptuls of migar. 1 cupful of ofcenito can now be obtained at Ikls watur 2 cupful of qrange Juloe, fice. Every nppllxijit Cor Ueone must cupful ot strawberry juice, 2 cupful appear in prsion luccondlnj; o Uve law of iviioo JuUe, 1 cupful of pjineiopple Piloted at the last "jrJm of the re;ls Juloe, cupful of maipeftMnp; fshflnrles. lature. Uoll tjio w.iiter nnd tihu sugar fuvtll t)ij iCVwuper & CV., the Uwirymeji, Imve mixture np'as a itlirrad and qqmDvp fro-0 Ames automobile of the lire. Add the fruit Juices anjl allivitallul it tlie Uinnlns oar stlu wjileh thej- wilt low to stand for 20 mlnutca; Mw ntiWn Hat)t-foiuse In tnannttir busliwvw and cJUll. Aftd tlie wiliole mtrawlilno vtifiTXictftSBI,' ifKdpUn thie (punoJi Jto fta&ti', and lleaver Dun. Till ds the oar tin y will use In Jw fcraauifsr oddLna: watir to wcfikm the Ijlavmr If lnvtlnerts. neniCHsury. Serve ,vcrroU. niijl Mind l,lda Morton fit tliJs idly, and pieces of banana, pln,PPle, atpxiwibcrry Mr. C. It. 11t1. pf Cpifl water. Tenn., and wlilte gruplts niy be lifted ,to Uie were united In nwLr.ifsiwe MomVu' after- punoli Jus,t befono qrviling noon at tlie Ivomu of the lrHe'e tno,Uir, ICE CAr'B CHiOCOUATrfS. Mrs. Elbi Alonton. The cenriiony wiis per Cook togetlver 1 cake pf iin.fwnetjeu..'d fornuvd by Uie Itcv. T. V. Joln-iof the choco,laV?, 2 cupfup of KTfunikitid Hugar cliureh. IpimtfL'utrjIy after the and 1 uupful of water for 10 minute. Method ,(t for Wlion nqoided fill a' uorejnony Mr. and Mix. It til full of las thejr JiAiiie In ,Tumertir,e. Til 10 bride Is syrup, add 2 itcoKpounfuls of vanllU exone oX our popular ladjlew, .uid Mr. ltied tract or wiy htiong flof(oe, ftjl up U doing a aloe Jbiw'neM in a Jorge the Kla-i-s wditli milk, sliake wicl, pile Insurance bikInitra, wliloh fie man-aso- s. wlunpe,d on 4op, i,nd 3irve v.erv Th y have jnany lxytt vtl$ps. cold. KV season's stock. Our prices will talk to you good and hard when you come in. We have not shipped in any job lots and poor merchandise to fake the public. We will sell our goods at far below the usual price. We have too many goods and we want money for them. This is the reason why we are making this offer. You yet have lots of time to use and enjoy our seasonable merchandise. Remember, we sell only RELIABLE GOODS, and that our reputation is back of every article you buy. to hr strictly high-clas- s Kmn.l-mothe- "I:" y. cl Be Sure and Come to the Come Down Sale! Carson (81 Co INCORPORATED n HARTFORD, KY. Moxtey, O. H. Park, Herbert FoMx. Seymore BeiMiiett, Otoirpnioe Ho,,v-arJohn Stevens, Clayton .Fork, Cecil DeWoese, Ivan Allen. iMuatolans Ules and J. H. Cnowder. Cnokp &titoa Park and L.otehcr Bennritt. Rrlvaites, A. Aan-liiE. Barnett, Ernest Hudepn, Hefbirt King, Herbert MldWff. Devnert Mopeley. E. iMarphy, FleUiher Owcji, 'iVWan Iti-leNotUi rtowe, Harber StewBmt. (Van'e nlti Cluw. WIU Wakelund, T hpB. HiMwkins, Marvin ilaayer, Ypndn liayt Taylor, Ross Tsvylior, GIKHort A. K. Andeiwon, Tymier Peach, W.llson, Oody qafftwil, anil CIkvs. Eysla. d, y, y, Oor-poro- to - xl - : Watches Repaired By ;: Factory Methods!. r lt t, Fu-qu- a, jren-en- al WKWt-ir-fled- Acton-Karrak- er Wedding. was paid Don-go!- and o'clock T. H. BLACK. W. T. Woodwanl U vtifiUns lirf i, Mm. P. A. Paul, pf Donl-pluu- Pure lUlns". linen Cranh Butting ut i I Mm. 47tf Sheriff Ohio County, mitlir, Mr. Advcrtlwe your want g Easy, aafc, uve. Only 25 (its at An olofytlou for tlie iPiirpnv of r Uie que.itlon or ao,t tho Mr. All Duigglsts. ww. I thl Kuratker Is a ynuw nlu,lflt,vr, hiv-lln- g will lairint you. Klmll hvuio bonds of ti.Vl umU1 tViniin.ni bita Mtutwtd at the ttmiflicrn K.1V1O yo,ur d!mw. Tilicy will ilo tlio Kum Dowji S.1I0 WtW! Wult, IVIr1 ScImuI Witrli.t No. 1, Ohio Ouiuifly, Ky. LjkivoitJ y hi t ari.cm o!f ,. Ill, work of tlollare at 1'liMm' K"1" JL)w" hlmll tasiio .. iM,Vl Tivld lliiiiini and li,ils of at ltatu-- Hlble Colltgu at HowlSale, A,iw. 2nd. s.'hool ilUtrlot In iui ainotint not e'- - ing GrCi buylnc KJr' You rwt ktji tQi'l by ji, Ky. cccnUng the II u 1 proivilded by W0Uoiif lf7 ,Tiho date-Au- g. 2nd. Tlvi pUoo-Vn- Jr'. Sli(r Wlil'.o Uonln. Mr. ami Mis. Koriiiko mill nvsllu la ' 1'alrs Kum Douu Mliv iuuI of th" !'Ut"iV- - CoDfi'.ltni'Vifi of Tlie MonsoiiUtM in ihlie nar tutuiv. flViiir Visit r.in.wd & Co. for K"' " tb'-- i SUiU, mul In no eviMit to oxcfil Uiyi't mlH 41! nwiiiy filuwls tl'li th in mucii lii;)inln !s a,', a low price. chiuiiiUiu of the miiii of U.mo.tMj for the- piirivn-Pw,f. w. o. lutts. or i:ii.ti. kv., and ku,'cv imi. i, , priivfrl'iLg fuMniile Kliuiit-!sKJo at Is IVuvn miluvl lAtUnd tlie CWmo lit Urn illy In tlm iuu 14 of Vtuiflor-bl- lt one piie.si:nt. '. 2 to 10. funiltui' itiid iiirruatuH for ici'd Harm"! ti tVi'j). Training Scluinl. tr.i,lii ooiiimoji kIuoo I'lMjtrlicf , Jins XHun't worry tikis warm uaithcvr.,lilr' c Off For Encaiiipme.it. i'ii.son will hoou ho hero. uuli(d .by JJie The ot uld Bra I'd cool oVuyios mui XurnUh jou Conii'iijiy- - II, Thlid Kj., K. ., 1ft IaI TI10 Hartford llcpubilcun pilnt you iiimmoil '(ivhiiol nnd JU le luiil Ic. MHVir ii'ailu a bills for the ' JUr. Uav-lon ,lio pnes nt mJicol iliow (ftt, lz: T'u ll.uitfoid JJS'.euKij ufUiiA'dn nt l.Hi A IIIlL itUI. Al.i j U II 1'., Ill ,, wi.l ,l.rv.1,1 .,, .... w trip ,to O.ntial aly this v.k. J( u J t f lv iMii. .ucvoniimnlcd by o'd Cjlleio hllo Iu iu'il itUtihn fnnu " twelve o'ulivek rovin do n oVxilfk p. in. thoili" uniiii (I eouvuiiini nt uud pvietUipoto Mr. OoolJ lluheit Jiu ,or Mim Mary SpuVJIiK ThIn I'ho r fiulnr urniy nviiuuvt rs. WliVidny for u visit with on 'fuoiViy, August U'Ji, $!'!. In l.ittls-JJl- e rln, lcit 14 s from a lioit vls.t At tills el i;llun u.l tlio M'Jiltn oVjs iwuiyuiy was In uviimiuid ofC'aii)t. Jinv.-roUitlvts In OvvvMitJ-""- ', For flrlF quallij ,.r:ntlng of any kind rt!ilniit of i'd ilVirlct who a,vo ovtr JI. DwWww but 1'iinui nndvli'K at MaVc Mns. H. A. ,Vn,diiMi, (imTTi'illdmn, qf cal! on Tlio llart'foid ItipubUcan. bn uiidir nnniwi;l f J yfar-- i nul quail-fh- d nls'.on HUn; hi"e, thu O30 of lw luivnJ honji who vv"iy .diuiiid ,t IuUllle ha II. Slwwn, mi C',ip. DuWoo'o TI10 fii) K.rwLli.s and C'auiu ito vote umKr tho Coivv.tfitutjtiui motnlng for OwtuiHliiii-u- , I" ft 'f'liim-du- y , I nv,,i appoint d to fill Ww cni! f Ins Vdirn' Iv'uni lVivvji'Sih-- Aug. Suvl of this Stui'o n,t liuthiiis tlKvy wijll vl,lt. wlioio uny viicuiioy of M.ulur lMwrs, tuiid wll. v H.vhool itriihtit a , and mum mvhool iai PAl'ICIt, pur-pl- o wt of ;A1U!0N lifM ii emMr. Guy l'Vxrrt.tor, wJio-4' or quuyJoiis siiiinillLid to a vote 1.111k ua major, or bUck, forlNilo ut Tho Jttdmblliun ployed In I, rail kv 'I lie fur hdiiim Uhm., h iu Ilvforo lvlng tho hojs wejyj Jlmnii'd of lUio P'ojrj", aie Ulglhlu 4u viV) fa tf- offlco. By advising her to give up the hot, ainntcI a ivisltloii on Uiu ni'n'Ji.gilo'l Lite question, lx; Iu line at .tlio H'a'Un aind wviixi a . furnvo of Tho U jiubl'di-iexhausting task of doing the family Fruit Jaru call on For Ucst Milton hy Attorney for a "Aro Jn favor of tho tt.'ivo o purIUN0, S. 1 of Miiuilil, 'IVn'i.. hJluis by llio 5tt Mr. Win. IHcld.-n- , of jHaitfwl Kraciht Womlwaifl iuuI Mr. John ,(.'. baking, and insisting on the Hartford, Ky. uttc:iUt tutt hurlitl of his uyiMirir at Mt. madrt spUuvlId chase of tVMiiiiwiii S.Jioul Uinta kit No. !, Itlliy. l'lkth gi.ntlr;iH-GniJii ta.lk to tlw Uoj, ;ijli1 vvmv liuni'viit1' Mlxihke ,ls thn jxurrf. of Cut'iiiol JbwuLiy and vllUl UU itmghtor of mil il'tr,'it, tor tho ,puiiiiM of Miss Rolls, Mr' bra'Jii' r, Mr. 11. 11 MUqhko and lk.no a ftw itijs this .tli(x.l .buUitlng", aip'atidtd. Thpy a;so tmiiUfl itiho fvitlro su!iliblo giouik-l-s ' - cuml'aiiy to vvto txirs of ulnars andlv. ' family.' tViumty iivuh wmiv intton of itlte Vm fuiiiltutu and .'ii,juiiitiU jitr pyifd dU. ' pur-pl- o a I'll b 1'U1 at Mi rQ'ii" ioi'9 trJutT" hush"N of duo apphfl tuid ,tihls bid one giiVi-lvBeat erode oTCAHHON 1'APElt. iihmuU ir of tho inmpuiy to ivna'k lXiVd UiU J liny 23, 1912. or black, for alo at Tho Jlupublltuu Kit llir'ffril Iiiikh'iiw it 2 jV'u I A thut he would Hko to vtvU) f,oriMr, .llll'-i tf' '. H. PENDLETON. UhVn'n. Unco attimtM'ce Ik E. otfke. for Prns'deirt luid Sir. W(vdvval for II. F.' LOWE. Hih;')-- . '" f'pl In rftalir.'; ''"he 1". MIms V!otarialTiiiTuuM J,s ithe gu(t of THE HARTFORD BAKERY Vli ' ' 1'iealdtut. W. H. TINHI-EY- , U any a'W- !V! " Mr. U:to Hoover, f Mr. and Thiwn composing thn vniiiuiy .011 l!io W. C. SCHLEMMKR, PltOP. j J. D. DUKE, 'i ovry v'li r trip wow: Cant. DiVo.i, liUut. Hlioivi. ' ' .'"' ' J. W. TAYhOll, and advrort'a?m-ri'JIce Cream Served Every Saturday Ico CrcnmrlTt.irs all slos Tiuiatoos of Hartfoid Urud d Cuiiuniii lMrat ttiTtf, Ellcis, Q. M. Sorgt. F.rod In jfskliij; jxiu Irr a 'a. u' . o'.u KINO, 8. I Drlcus. and Sunday. Inuinst Uolxirt'ii, Seists. Walter Gity, li;a ' trioaago. ,, jSqliool DUtriut No. 1. Ky. tun. In Ttie llepubll lt- - Mo. j G. itia1 lud. 1M tlwere Util UiiPWiiif" E. Kiylf, if jIjouIxWc, ,. . "I Aiionwy iij'i Hartford Graded Common School No. 1. Election Notice. wis District rifltr-lulalnn .praein5e of a few rqlaUvs and frkuds Mr. 11. A. Karraker, of 111., und MiUs I.ula Autau, dtuh-te- r of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Anton, vvire s, marnUil at Uie liomo of tho urJdes OJutan, Ky., by Hue liev. J. ':. Crowe Tuesday t,vnlng, July lQ'.h. Miss Acton is a cultural ibuty and Is one of Ohio Count)' MluuwafiU iU'ii(LVliers. In. ithe par-cut- $10O per at a banquet to Hoary Ctay. 'n New Orleans In 1S42. Mtglity costly for thosos with stomach troik,ble or indigestion. To day people viry w here use Nw Ufo Pills for those as well an liver, kidney and bqwcl Plat. If you have a watch to be repaired, don't leave it with a jeweler just because, he has a set of nice tools. Put him to the test and find out what he g knows about and how he learned it. If you have some watch work to do or need a pair of spectacles fitted as good as you can get it done in Louis- ville or get a traveling Jew to do it, come in and I will tell you how I learned these things. I have saved others money, as they will tell you, and I will save you money. watch-makin- e I r I 1,1 I J. B. TAPPAN ' The Reliable Jeweler lr-- s and Optician. wwy)VvwQ i - Jiuild-lug-- Plc-NI- h:i I ( FOR SALE! Pifc.no Boxes! HARTFORD MUSIC CO M. A. FAUCHT, Maiagcr. Faotoiy ltjpitfonitatlvio For d Plc-N- ...- -., ...., ... t. - , - s ay lAy-iun- o ,'v:fYou Can -- .JHH Ik-i- i aii(M.'i-uri- Your Wife High Grade Pianos Player Pianos and Organs Supremely Happy Hartford, Kx Call on- - u fa j,' k. Bread, Pies, Cakes, Etc., Etc. Mail-nonvlU- o. 7'" I''' ip''rvi "i From Our Bakery J. A. DUKE F0I FIllST-CLAKS 1 -- , Plumbing HARTFORD, KY. tttf Hartford, 1 , The Pool of Flame j By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE fHastratSwu by Ellsworth Ttn Ocpjtlghl 1K1, by LuuU Joseph Vauoe CHAPTER XXXI. Poo-Mf- e, Back in his stateroom on the O'Rourke threw himself Into tbe tower berth and lay there, a forearm tang across bis eyes, thinking excitedly, disturbed by formless forebodings. Beside him Danny was packing with now and again a paase during which he would stand reflective, bis gaze fixed upon bis employer's face, a little puzzled and perplexed. The Poonah was pausing overnight to discbarge and take aboard cargo; for this reason O'Rourke In his haste to get ashore had not delayed to take On bis luggage with him. deck, fore and aft donkey engines were putting and chugging and chain tackles rattling as they lifted freight to and from the hold and the lighters alongside. Abruptly, without moving, O'Rourke spoke. "I'll want evening clothes, Danny," said he. "Tis dining I am tonight with Mr. Straker and his niece, Miss Pynsent, who came with us from Diamond Harbor. 'Twill save a bit of bother to dress before I go ashore." "Aw-w,- " said Danny, assimilating. . . . "And the missus?" he said suddenly, some minutes later. "M'an-tMadam O'Rourke, sor. Did ye get no word from her?" "For what else would I be driving to every hotel in the town after leaving Mr. Sypher, Danny, but to Inquire (or her? She's not here; but she'll come, be sure. She's still got several days three or four in which to keep our tryst. 'Tis discontented I am not to find her waiting for me, but I'm II satisfied entirely she'll keep faith." "And," insisted Danny eagerly "beggin' yer honor's pardon but what will ye have to tell her, Bor?" O'Rourke sat up. "Have to tell her? "What d'ye mean?" "I mean, sor, I'm dyln' wld the wish to know how ut's all turned out. Plase, yer honor, won't ye bo tellln' xue? Is ut is ut all right?" "Bless your heart, Danny!" laughed O'Rourke, " 'Tis so dazed I've been that 1 never thought to tell ye thinking all the time that ye knew. 'Tis all right. Indeed, me boy. The Pool of Flame's In Mr, Sypher'e keeping and the money's In mine In the bank, Danny, payable to me order. Think of It one hundred thousand pounds of real money, and nil me own. 'Tis ridiculous, 'tis absurd. 'Tis meself hardly credits the truth of it all; yet I was there saw the man, gave him the jewel, went to the bank with him and for the space of five minutes sat Deyond All Doubt, He Had Been at a table, with all that money before me, counting it over, bill by bill, a early. Presumauly the servants woro fiquare hundred of them, each for a all out of pounds, guaranteed by the preparations earshot, preoccupied with thousand for tho meal: while Bank of England! . . . Think of Sypher and his nleco were inoBt prob- that all that belonging to me to mc, auly still dressing. O'Rourke! . . ." With an impatient air O'ltourko de"Thank God!" breathed Danny turned back to tho veranda. A hamvotedly. "But did ye l'arn nothin' mock in one corner was swinging Idly about the stone?" in tho breeze. A number of wicker "Little enough, Danny only a part armchairs stood about, invitingly furof the meaning of the whole divlllsh nished with cushions. O'ltourko sebusiness; the rest I'm to know lected odo and disposed himself to Mr. Sypher '11 be tellln mo wait. dined; he wants to hear after we'c Aftei' flyo minutes ho frowned me own end of tho htory, too." thoughtfully and lit a cigarette. Sypher had very explicitly named "Faith, 'tis a fino surprise he's glv- bis dinner hour, after tho tormal KtiK-lla- h en mo," he tald. Irresolute. "Hut it fashion, nowhere and by nobody can't bo. premeditated insult. Why more rigidly than by the Englishman in the Orient; "eight for out. "Tis sorry I am 1 let that driver " ho had said. And as go; more than likely this will bo tho O'Rourke, a very dignified nnd Imposwrong house entirely. That must ho ing O'Rourko In his evening dress, tho trouble. I'll IiisL co. miletlv fold waited for a sampan on tho lower j up mo tent and decamp before tho in- crating ot the I'oonnhs passenger habitants, if any there be, discover gangplank he had a round me and run mo off the premises." for an hour for leew ay ample leisiiut at tbe head ot tho steps, with ure for an Interested inspection of foot poised to descend, something re- that part of Rangoon lying between strained him; It would bo diHlcult to the floating jetty anil Sypher's ret.1 say what, unless it weie tho unbroken, dence In' a suburb near Dalhouslo sloadfast, uncanny quiet. "I'll have it Park. look," bo determined suddenly;, "per--I Danny remained aboard ship only haps temporarily, being instructed to follow Ho turned to tho right and stopped with O'Houi kit's belongings to uultublo before a long, open window, looking accommodations already engaged at a into vhat Ecoined to Lo a music loom hotel on tho Strand, overlooking tho nnd library combined, llrillkintly li roadstead; from whoso windows laminated by hanging lamps of tin. UKounto was promising nlmsilf tho usual brilliancy, tho Interior was of watching tho airlval of ly revealed. And with an abrupt e steambhlp bearing his wifo to his clamsiHon tho adventurer entered, ing for the revolver, to carry which "Uless her dear face!" said ho solt- - had of Into become habitual with him. iy. "'Tis meself vH bo donated If Tho loom was blmply furnished, jr tho's not nboard that Messagerles boat tastefully. Thcro was a ginml piano duo tomorrow now that I can go near tho veranda windows th a 'to her, n man of property, no ,6ic rack and cabinet near bv. ! pauper a Think pcrsed about tho floor worn n fo-.- mm. of that, yo lucky dog!" fortablo chairs, u rug of raro OrienA tampan slid noiselessly In besldo tal texture, two consoles adorned with tbo grating. O'ltourko let himself cau- valuablo porcelains. In the middle of tiously into It and Incontinently tho room stood a draped center-tablupon tho rear seat as tho boat littered with books and magazines; toelld away toward tho sboro Jlght3, ward tho back a long, desk. yielding to tho vlgoious sweeps of tho And ogalnEt tho rear wall, ordinarily clngle long oar wielded by tho Uur-ma- hidden by a folding screen of Japanin the bows. ese manufacture, now swept asldo, Ashore, a tlkkagharry caught him was n small steel safe. Upon this up and bore liltn down the silent road O'Uourke's attention was centered. tbat .vMads .VSLtJSSHH. thoStrand a.ui Hfi JISffiSTfei that it looked now and, ... O'Rourko moved over to tho body and lifted it by tho shoulders, turning tho fnce to the light. Then, with a low oath, he dropped it A small sound, so slight as to be all penetrated but indistinguishable, O'Rourkc's stupefaction. He stood erect, looking about, telling himself that the noise resembled as much as anything the hushed cry of n child sobbing In sleep, soft and infinitely pathetic. Unable to assign Its source elsewhere, ho attributed It to thei stricken man at his feet; and In a des perate bopo that tho pulse of llfei graded. He stroked his chin, perplexed, won- might still linger lh Cypher's body, he' dering If by mischance the native knelt, withdrew the knife, turned the driver had brought him to the wrong corpse upon Its back, and laid his ear' bungalow. But It was now too late to to its breast, above the heart. call Mm back and make sure. And dispute, Sypher was dead. this verandah, still and empty as it "Poor dlyvle!" muttered the Irishwas, softly lighted by lanterns depend- man. . . . "The Pool of Flame 1 ent from Its roof, was to him a small oasis in a world of darkness. With(To be continued.) out advice he was lost, could find his way no other where. He would have THE WORD HELL. simply to wait until the household came to life, or until by his own A Little Book That Contains 8om efforts he succeeded in quickening it. 8tartling Information. He tried to do this latter to the only ten selling A best of his ability by tapping a sum- cents,little book is having at very wide postpaid, a mons on the door-jamThrough tbe mil- running up s wire a broad hallway circulationnnntnllio ontnn into tthewtl Irtf t tl l(jttn It t0 Br!a,!?aiM information respecting the meaning of . cooMooking rugs conceived In pleasing colornnd the schemes protected the hardwood floor- strate, both from the Hebrew Is NOT ing. To the right a door stood ajar Greek of our Bible, that Hell but merely and permitted a broad shaft of light j a place of eternal torment, TOMB, name for the to escape from the room beyond. On j another 4..-- CPATr the I rkC -,nlJUT.' " " man wns not re- like-- 1 the other hand a, similar door, . , ujcu, Duuntu a .. affects to show that . i wioc uiuiurcr giun far-of- f place of eternal Two other doors were closed; I deemed from a provO'Rourke assumed that thef led to torture, but quotes the Scriptures ing that he was REDEEMED from tbe ThA UllrflAn nffifoc , ,,.4-t.rw a .. ....uu w...vw. i.i t,...l Having waited a few moments with UlhjllE. Ill llll! CUtl Ul UlS Iltflll'L'lUl'r LIKE nnd that the Scriptural nope, out event, the Irishman knocked a second time, and would have knocked a both for the Church nnil the World. third when he thought better of It Is a resurrection hope based upon the and glanced at his watch. It was only death and resurrection of Jesti. The book is certainly worth the a matter of ten minutes after eight; The Information It furnishes reading. is cerstrictly interpreting the Intent of tainly vnlunble, far beyond its trilling Sypher's invitation, he was a trifle cost. Order it nt once from the Bible and Tract Society, 17 Hicks street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Be-ro- nd street, whero the fluent tide erf life ran broad nnd deep beneath a glare of light. All too quickly tho tlkkn whisked out of the main channel of tho city's life, out beyond tho Mohammedan mosque nnd the Cheltl'n hall and the Christian chapel, nnd into tho soft, dense night of tho countryside a world of darkness sparsely studded with dim, glowing windows; and all too soon, ngaln, it swung off from tho highway Into a private drive, crunched over gravel nnd stopped before tho illuminated veranda of a native bungalow. O'Rourke got down, discharged the driver and ascended the steps, a little puzzled to find no one waiting to welcome him, whether Sypher, Miss Pynservant. Surely sent, or at worst he was expected. , . . But nobody appeared. The grating tires of the departing tlkkagbarry bad made nolso enough to apprise the household of the arrival of a guest, one would think. Nevertheless O'Rourke remained unMogul the river's edge, men wnipped Into very strong; occupied by docketed documents, and a smaller Interior strong-box- . Between tho desk nnd tho safe a man lay prnno nnd quite motionless. Ho wns dressed for n ceremonious dinner, and apparently had been struck down In tho act of stepping from his desk to the safe. For beyond all doubt he ha.d been murdered. The haft of a 1 knife protruded from his back, burled to Its hilt just beneath his left shoulder-blade. n vnrlcty of pigeonholes more or less n was open, disclosing HAVE YOUR SUITS Olilo Ceunty Kc-li- jji3'j;r3i'Jt3L: Otto C. Martiq Attorney Cleaned I Pressed special attention. Hats Cleaned and. Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. Repairing and Dye- ing neatly done. Ladies work given Club, BLDG., HARTFORD, KY. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & if J. F. GILLESPIE Proprietors Tnirtre Jury Fund: T. - fl. Ulatk, SherHAJITKOIID, KY. Known, iff, Jlartford. D( initio- 8. U. lbincr V.Uniii; O. 1', Jnn', llinito C, Hurt Will praotJ IiIb irmf6ln In Oils fold, 1. liirp, JiomIik!. Court firnt Momlny n I 4ruary mid '.tiu and ftilJinlnJiig cnuntiuR. Comtiicrelal Uiiiioh thriu wiU, thud AlitfiiUiy In jJ ril. Octtdiu ktid OruuJuftl I'rwatice a Specialty. Uilid Monday u twi t Wt U OtJtH lL County Court. It. It. 'Wrildlnp, Judite; W. S. Tineley, Cltrk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hurilord. Court convenca lint Miiuduy In each month. Wuarurly yuuiterly Court Ileclnn on the fourth Monday In l'ibruary, My, Law Attorneys AUKURt aiid Novcinticr. Court of Clultna Cnnvcnei first Tuec-da- y KY. HARTFORD, In Jaiiuury and first Tumduy In October. Msmr. W. II. llrns iirwt C. K. 8. MoxDcy, Other County Ofrlcurr-- C. liavo rfunn-- a i'onlBvllif, Ky., It. !'. t. Sniith atmounor Umt tln-Surveor. No. i, llernurd Feiix .Aifcunir, HartjKirUimrNhilji ftir Utc b)Iktsi1 irar Ky., Jt. F. 1). No. Z; JJtnry Leuch, ford. Superlnuiidtnt, liurtfcrd; Dr. A. li. Ucc ot Uvx, fxciiirt criniln.ll nml illvur llilcy, Coroner, lluitfuid. y o.wt5, .Mr. BmiUi UAiig C'uiirty Mtor-niqJUSTICES' COURTS. inxiTOtiioil fnmi prtictlctng Biich is B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tueoday Willi itwllvldwaHy after :ird Monday In March, Tuesduy ut- ccawK. Mr. IftiriKB In OMIoib ter 3rd Monduy In June, TuumIvv after mociit Mteli 3rd Monduy In September, Tuexday after IlaTLTord JlviniULuim IwUditiK, Unai-fxr3rd Monday In Dtcember. O. H. bcott, Cromwell. Wednidny after Ivy. 3rd Monday In Maicli, Wedmiiduy after 3rd Monday In Juiif, WeUncFduy after 3rd Monduy In September, Wtdutaduy after 3rd Monday In December. John 11. Mill. Kockport, l'llday after YANCYL.MOSLEY, 3rd Monduy in March, I'riday after rd Monday In June, I'rIUuy wttfr 3rd Monday in Stptunber, Friday after 3rd Monday In L'tcember. J. C. Jackvon, Centertown, Saturday HARTFORD, - KT. after Jrd Monday In Murcti. Saturday at ler 3rd Monduy In June, Saturday utter 3rd Monday In September, Suturday afWill practice his profession In all th ter 4rd Monday In December. Ohio and adjoining counties M. C. Cook, llenlrow, Tuteday ' after Courts of Noj.nd Monduy In Mun.li. Tuu'day after and In the Court of o Appeals. Also er 1'lrst NatloaaJ nd Monday In May, Tubday uftcr 3rd tary Public Office Monday In Aucun, Tuieday after 2nd Bosk. Monday In No win-emwt-ikj1 Circuit Court T. V. BlrkhMd, Judge; Ben D. ninso, Attorney; W. !. Mldklff, Jailer; E. a. Rnrrasii, Clerk; F. L. Mauler Conimlsloner; It. T. Collins, at Law Barnes & Smithy at d, Attorney at Law Insect-screen- S!f,t "'l? 6 TM.-4T- """ ,.. Horseshoeing a Specialty. 1111 IS I Monday In l'ie LACKSMITHING Uednculay Ettund Ind Monday inMurcli. nfur S.1"Hny uf tr 3rd Monduy In May Wedntfcduy after 2nd Menduy in Nottm- Grant rollanl, FordSllle. Tut eday after ;nd Muna.y in March. Tl.urt.Uiy r AND REPAIR WORK VrH Ohio County r, n ,n JUny Tiiurmuy ait. ulter AuKut. Thumday after iad Monday In Noiunber. HART OHO, Y. after vonduy f."0?,' ""W. Fildny ullcr 2nd All Matters Given Prompt Atten"ml tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SayinNomber.lrldUy Ul,ir s" SPECIALTY. rOLlCE COURT. Pi?t, ak,Crowe. JuJe; John U. Wllfon. Attorney. J. l; suvuis. JUrahuI OTTOt". MAKTI.N S. ! MiKKSMIII ff.J',onMS &,nder1s. ember. Olaton, Wcdncfday J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public VN mT month.'-01"1"- fcttunU Uo"u';- - "' ti i,Cipy,.C,?unt,I-- urer. -- J' Member of riUfc,itfc - " WHllamp. Major. Krt lli-n- -M w.iv CouiiUI-l:l- n. Martin & McKeoeeV Hartford, Ky. Hartford. Ladies! - Ky. 1. Moore. K ll?'l'tELIGIOUS VT- - lir Cooj, r. W. J. M- - , E- - Taior. tcretjr " J''lto-'und llu"'Kl. um. Cluilr-ma- IV h! I TIP "ich mon"i- ave Mney and Keep in1 5:,vm... J."e.r..",,!L,,n.? ' iSI.tl.V ChurVhSmi Style by Reading McCall'i Magazine and Using McCall Patterns nlaV- - e"en!n".Kr "'eCtl"K McCtM'j MYALLS MAGAZINE y help you litres nt n in xli'Mtn ixirn'U bj k c pi Hi; )m t io ted ons tliu 1 "o-fa sli Ion in t lollies and huts W oi yJn E' c"urc SEltVlCES. monrini: Sunday Scliool SM5 ces South-Servi- General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK Jy ' ! WedncH- - y Sy and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. j CA3TO Rl A : , Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Maiatlncvvlll Minda it liut eal.I;o;.h.VrChrrUcc8 flr"t Sunday In at It u. in. and 7 p. m. hdiotil y.o a. in. pustor. II Sun,i.,n, Ti ..". "V. V1.1" i;idur U trj' lvlr lounn w' KILLthe COUGH AND New I Hesli-n- s AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA wwwwwwww WW WW WW wwwvvvw I The Bivouac of the Dead, t i The jnufflod drum'. s.ul 11I fuiu liiat T'io NVIIer' Tj.it tattoo; .No more on life's ji,ruIg .shall in, ift ' Tlic lir.ivo iuhI f:i.llo:i few. On liii"' t mnl aimpiiu; irnnuivl TJilr hllt-n- t u ii!t sue siwwl. Anil Kloiy xii.i.mI.4 wilth solemn round Tlio bivouac of itho dtu.1. No rumor of ,Vio o's admnoj Xow .swells upon the wind, UuuUKhtis No troubled at midnight munis Of lfivml onos loft .behind; Klon of Uio imniiV .strifo Tho whii'Ioi's drum uliuiiu. No lUnuyliu; hum. or sennunlm: flfo At luwn .shall c.'ill to nim. 1 Aim SECHET SOCIETIES. ..lu:iUlo information ciii nil homo and ter-- u Hartford Lode No. C7j, F. & A. M.. rial nailers, (inly muts first and third .Monday lie b jc .r Inrludmc each month. Owen Hunier, '.nlclit In il., a frro lutti ui. Mill i'ortinun .Sccretuiy. Mnlio In' 'y ir mid Kej stone Chapter No. HO, It. a M i.. 'i ...ilor f.'iu .Mt:i;lo coy. mens et-ri', third Saturday KcC.ll Pitlfici '.Mil niliVrnii toinsLdn your ?.a.c. "?.y.t"- - Jolm T. Moore Hh-I- , I'.I.J c own ni i.'ri v'.nb. nils rlntliiiii:f.ir f ,', &,.ll,.s,e' Secretary. jamii1 anil iti.Idv ii vim h will be pvrieit .No. si. O. E S . .LI.VIIU ttuu lourin .Monday even- ins mie . nd m mcMiiiirr iir.- - u "jr. .mm. a. A. Anderson W. JI. illss Si in! for fuu IWni ( utuluKtiu. i V Will Cue You Tine rr.-tojiiiur Miiclarv. Tor rdtltn: fnli.' 14er LoiIbo No. 110. KnlKhts of firliitiotisanioni; .iiiriri nds vticirorhio J.?'1 1rrcim nn ( .itnlii2..f and ta li l'ruTi OfTcr. 'V,;,y i!US.'r V",.1" n.ht w THE HcaLL COMPANY. 239 lo 249 IVul 37il St. EW VOSK ' ' 'Nty oa,,, K' ' or'it & s iiartiord Tent No. W. K. O. T JI li in eni CURE the I.UNCSI l, uti' r'it:i ""'"ni Trlil Ecttie Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Dr. King's New Discovery phick run I ZxrSfA13 oc si.fa OLDS WITH & GTJAKAN'JEED SATISyAOXOBW OB DIOIIEY KEITUNDED. Mur-dere- d. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for cne medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you tn buying to oiiiinaiiucr. t.. Id cord Sunshine Illu No. t.2. I. r M.. meets first and thlid KHday llr tach im.ntli. ili. AttjB Urlffln,I-T.l- nluht y v. Jlrs- - LuIa 'ndUton Iteiord Keener. Acme Lodte No. 333, I. O. O. P.. mcetR in-- .nlAWMiV"1.."",1'..."""1 .vviiuie , i. Kit-pi-r- . Thm-Mla- , l1 t BOOKKEEPINGBusiness.Phonography - TYPEWRITlNGand TELEGRAPHY p' be careful to get tbe genuine BLAcT-DraugH- secoi.d and fourth 1'rliUy I li each mont , C. Wullaei Nohel Urar d V"yy .Ohio Trlha No. lta. Imp. Order Had WidneV. day nm;,s ,stc""d. anU four'KHih nuiiith. Kos. . Lr:.n,URm' A- Cldcf of WILBUR R 1MJJMI!SINESSCPLLEQE i tad In I'rnMrnl I h yfrn nf riivrirnrr In mrrtn'lll . anil l'iikln nl.o 32 inn r.lurinn iiluu y..m ..ii. i wnmrii inr.iirm, Bnr.ntrr iniuiiK H. NHITJI, Islington, lll'W. Hj, i. iiaini-M- T TJinlr 1 sliUied aro ml .with iiaruord fanip, AV. o. nviy kitonil and lonrth ' in i.u n l''ontli. Consul utr, ""t. iiikiii hi "VV. list, 'l'luVr plumb"! heads nro how d, Tlinlr li'iuvhty banner trnlK-- m dust. Is now tlu Ir nurtlal sluoud , plintiioUH fuiKia.1 And t..irn hav1 j waKlidl Tlie . .sUilns fiom i.uili Urow, ' .Viul tho iproinl foynn by battle yisi'i.Gd, Au- - tneo fitim .uisuImIi j,n. Liver Medicine JJiomaa Wallace. l. UilUams. OJprK, 1. S.iturduy Coiiuii.in. A. No. 2II-- c. i'reston Jlorton Post No. firrk,SUvar eight-thirty,- three-quarter- s The unUililiiiS tionji, tho fLUililni; Iliad", Tin tnwlo'rt ctliiliu; liUi.it, Sho claims from war Us ilchcst spoil The clktrKe, the drefidful viiinoiuule, Tne Klits of Jier bravo. Tin- din and .shout iuie Xiii' .iu''8 wild nnU, piU Thus 'iioa,tli Mielr parent tint tli'y nct, Sit ill thrill with lit m dallUC fiom tlw Kloiy flil, TIkinj Insists that itavor nioroirviy Ilomito a .Sp.irtiiii uiiuthw' - aeh month. The reputation cf this old. relia- - T ' J. M. HogerB. Adjt. ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion end liver trouble, is firmWorideri?vV''-- ' ,?.rOVO- - Wo''nm of the .,l,rc'V:...".,;.V 'v,r ly established. It docs not imitate "'"1 f,ur l " ""'.'' month other mrdicines. It is better than aii ' UuuUlUu'' su r fa- al'cndlJtonf'&r' others, or it would not be the vonte liver powder, with a larger A. S. of K. sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 National Office'.1 rresldent-1- 1. F. Sharp. Narrws, Ky. uFWCTramaw Vice 1'rii.ldeni J. Jl. Woods. dl.inapoljB, talSu ft' ,'""""' n -- It. frdny l,tcrs Ash- - a. EEecfric Succeed whsn everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they aie the supreme remedy, as thousands fctvo teatifictL It Bitters 13 III! HIIHIHIIII ' FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE lJMMM norlnr' ifl In. Ind. Statw Officers: ' ?, i'roiiiuii, Can oil county, Tres. ' ii' "urrctt, IKndeibun county Vice President. S. U. ItoLertson, McLean county, s. D. Kutnp, Sec.-Trea- the best medicine ever cnM over a druggist's counter. . - The mii'uro of fl br-si- 0.' C. tyio tlslit. On T,h jinny a bUnvly s'lloVl. .tlioVr Hiiiih:no of liittve ihl.y ..." I.'lve Uio ftiyxjn lumMirjn ImriH- - aim ; Tlvit mwmiph hx Krtut iifcitfliiu. Klnthli'id 'WUb Mm l.riiimivli et lo ijiiln KliliiOH null)' on tlioni lir,r,e, tuid hwirt.M wutoli ny And KlndiKMl ' The iKuyioia' hf.puliiliie. t'dnic ilmvm Una WJk; lmjud the Uiuiiil'-1U - clear-pleasu- ex-th- lir.iiik n'ff Mie Knv well tin- W4i' liMidid wf Uuit day Was vlyWi.N or il Mull IIHlllJ' t Wl jtttrrlid'f'KH r of U'w lit bi.iiatli, ir.iy, Ite.t on Diir Ni am rt'iiihiilni'il lalntot iut tlw blond yo KUvn; fltMul! Ii'" llocn,er' Warren county, State Hmry county, nnd IU-tlQrae, Allen county, ANhlstant Mate.i oriianuers. Liounl of Directors. Hen Wiitunn, War. ren county; O. it. Uarni'lt, Ohio coun-ty- ; A. H. UrnokH, IlrucKt-county; It. K. I. Hay, Jlarilln county, mid J. l Uos,s. llulilciiberi; count). Ohio County Oftlcem: S. L. Stevens, Pies.. Heaver Henry Plrtle. Sec Ilnttford. Pim.Ky. Ky. U. lord, Tieas., llaitfonl. Ky. C. A'llen. SEEDS BUCKBCCS SEEDS SUCCEED! r SPECIALOFFER:wllP Made s LilM Ntw.Ilarfnrt R1UA YOU vnte collection !ii.k.!trii.ii.t-- i ...V , IUlHIUrlrii.ll.rlf UUJIIl.lTtl.il TO I'LI.Akf. Write Mention this Paper. to-da- y; CUr Atrial Iiennueiil riiiliim.r. u lltnA flnpllltTurftla.larilmli.l li.iu. B"lbl-TirlHln- Lu ..n.. ' feel-,lrnl- ' a moUiw'tj lnu,4i inn-bac- k 0'ir AirN,"uaiiru'N plruln, And lank' tliu iiUjiIhk ly Jn AUuvd JU nuiulilttliii,' hbuin. 'J'Jw liiailmui fioljilfjiH hero plmjl tiv.td f yiour khiw ! Tbo hfilia-itftitpit Nor 1ki1I )iiur liry AVilJlo fiunt- her ruvnxj kturv). ha'.li Or Junior puluU th balVwil ;Ht , Win lo Mi'u pioudly tJusjiii. 1 - No. 5. 3. COUNTV HOAUD OF HDUCATION. , Henry Leach, Chairman, Ky. 1. U. li. Tlcheiior, lluitfoid, It. b D. ljui-tft.nl- a okiiw iw iir,:?'"f'"'"' iii.rai2k''it'i. '". i- - ...-.- , 11 C. Ilnrtfoiil, Iteynolds, Ky. JI. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky i. U. i.. Alford. Whlto ltun, Ky. D. ltlchard Plnmer, Tuyloi Jlinrs.Ky. . J. L. Urown, Hoclcport. Ky. i .M.W. HUCUM, """WcttolS'ift. .tifj,, ninu,tK, wtVt I)!s-loug- er ne'er-do-well- imoii't, vuuu.ni, on ouMl't f.'.lit, Or m1imiJiui1v pt'uivo lay, AloiM imiv wailiw uvoii HOlttiini lilfcjit TliiLt IkiuiumI ii'ir that iIukiI fi.iv. nibyituil'M Yon mai-liliwiIohIhhh hUmo In jIquUiIh' mhu cJyill teli, JhUIi Whin mmiy a vnnMud )fir ! i j fJuwn. d o Tho MUiry Jjow Nor BKfk, nor full; cliaiuje. nor M'inter's Whim d n vf tll Drflk and llluodj IliiuinJ, bllKUt. Vu must nut Uunditii' Uk'. Nor itlniB'a remnrolosiH Vxvn, i fc)pis iiul toiyjiws it- - Can ilrh Wliuiu Htwiiaw ono lay of holy Jlulit HUUlUl. rriiat rllds your irloi-loiitiitili. .VtuuJ; Uia ImdUi.s nJr! Thyodoio O'lliira.. 7 (7yY2e f V $f&ffiessfifoifaistincrfibsi ""? 77;0 iBoaf?tu i lour oun iriiiii iuw i1umv,1( iluill b jour flWif lii.ic, j,v ifclr?-- ty "'""& -- I Never vexl Dr. Sllleu' Antl-ral- n I'llla for licadacheT Hotter start aw, 'OrAmli SMw'juaK DEAD AWAIT SECOND' Children Cry for Fletcher's : COMING OF THE LORD "No Man Has Ascended Up Heaven but Son of Man." to JfVii IPICJVICI 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. Tlio Kind You Have Always Bonght, nnd which 1ms been In uso for over .'JO years, lias borno tho Hltfruittiro of. ftm J"1 been iiuulo under lil? pcr- sitf l. sonal j&-r?-?-slnro Its infinuy. utfyy, Allow no one todcrelvo you In thH. All CoiintorfeltH, Imitation mid uro but 13xMrljnMtH that trlflu with nnd eiiiliini'cr tho health u( Infants and Children Kxticrlctico agulnat Experiment tS Biiper-vlslo- Pastor Rutttll Shows From Seripturo That tho Thiof on tho Cross Did Not Rsaeh Paradistat Death, at Many Erroneously Btlitva Pastor on Atlantio , on Way to Conventions In Britain. July 21. rastor Russell Is on his wiiy to nttond Gen-orConventions of Bible Students to be held lit Kurope. Ho will be absent "Just-im-soiM- !" BlTUTE from America about two months, speaking twlco a day In many of the principal cities. Ills text for today wus: "If I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you unto Myself, Hint where I am there ye may be also." John xlv, 1(1. The error of supposing that men arc alive when they are dend lies close to FBears the Signature of the foundation of every theological error tlio world over. We have all erred In taking the guess of Plato Instead of the Word of God, nnd we can get rid of our (lllllcultlos and theological entanglements only by retracinc our steps. The rtlblo nlono, of nil religious books, tenches that a dead man Is dead, and knows nothing, nnd that his only hope Is In the Divine arrangement For In through Christ, by n resurrection of the S TMC CCMTAUH COMPANr. TT HUftftAr 3TRCIT. rW YORK CITY. dead "both of Hie Just and of tho unjust." Acts xxlv. 15. "No Man Hath Asconded to Heaven." Hero note our text. In It the Master It !) 4MU1 lN.klin. says not a word about our going to II II I m at death, but quite to tbc contrary that He would come ngain and refwUfl f Our H!tfwl, IIia' ceive us unto Himself. And are we not ,lo lUun'niite Thwn II. U. Urowd-.- r will be an Instantaneous llulMiiic In rfultoot Kills told that this change? Is It not styled an awakening ttinilefur. from the sleep of death? .1. ruul Ujbl" IJjiowltsU Hut, says one, does not the Recond T. lluikijul. coming of Christ take place whenever munition W. Jl. IIM- - Ills holy ones die? Does lie not ImToSBe Held in Hartford mediately come to receive thera unto rVk. Himself? 2 .Mllliihler. August 12-1- 6. Surely only a very lame theory could seek to bolster Itself up by such a per3.00 Mlw version of the Scriptures. If Christ Value of Illslory Ooia were to come every time one of His Dr. Fred Mutchler and Miss GerShiiltz. saintly ones die. would It not mean trude Ficklin are the In3.tt IJiMlpUna and ll.unjreinent. Upi' many coming instead of merely a second coming T And even If Ills faithful were I. 2, 3. I anil R; liu?i Ill 111 Ouur'e structors. very few indeed, would It not seem of Study Henry IwJu that this would keep the Redeemer busy coming and departing every few TIIUILSUAY. MONDAY. uilnutes? 8 Hearken again to Jesus words. "No by Supnrlrtlivloit. 1 W (".ill to oiliKxwcljsi W. It. Hoi- man hath ascended up to heaven." I u ID- Jit of Uu lu'ns. (John lil. 13.) Only the Son of Man rick. 1H") 10.15 1'unxxv) of inn'ltai-'ua,rli- i-j had ever been In heaven. lie has as3:20 K.iUI of our SyUm of Kduc.i-iU(cended up where He was before, with Jll.lfiO J. S. GUum. additional glory and honor. of tho TVaehor I'rof. ' J) r. 1) tVv. Jolnir. Tho Cato of tho Dying Thief. J.. Shlllt. 13 a .Vllrsv- - tlr.. Mulchlcr l But, says some one, did not tho dying k . ........... .. Cdi.fi. 1lT.fl7 v"""' "' " " Uun-Ml- ss' Work II l :30 Primary thief go with Jesus to Paradise the iS.la-- Ur. Alutehlur. very day lu which they both died? KU Win. I No. wo have mado n stupid blunder II " U:Ki At'initAmvnl of 0minlUi. and misinterpretation of our Redeemltf:ir-MnikUn. NOON. I.10:l."-ier's dying words to tho thief. The l.cwon of Ullu Thins?-- ';. I I IWlb.ll . wrong thought being In our minds we II. Shown. i I X J'tirrswe of Oour.-of htmly- - J'ro!. misinterpreted In harmony therewith. lfl.KV-AlnUolir. II. i:. llrown. And our Interpretation has done an lliSV-M- Us i 1 VI orctuilxation Immcnso amount of harm. Thousands of ItunU fVliool On,, 11:1- NOON. of people hnvo been encouraged to "jhr!r Mii May Ibwry. ' - continue a life of sin, trusting that T.vu-lie- r Social I.",wU!r .1 I! ..'Ulrvi lr. Mutulihr. lilS TJio with their dying breath they may have .WJnonu .'tovijisj the opportunity of saying, "God be II MLss KVklln. to Itc.u'Ji tlio Varolii of l'rl merciful to me." and then bo Immedi(Vvwr.kpliy ttl 'J I'mjioMM oC mitry Ptiplljv Mm. I. S. Maon. ately ushered Into glory, houor and Imiintl IJniU lmlo J. II. Wlcon. mortality. Mm S. O. I&imii. Let us see what Jesus really said. 4'4niiiira.Mvo Valuo of lliMUrur Ml! 2jaur. iluttjilt'r. ( Note the circumstances. Jesus hung :I0- - Aid l'VL'klln, .M.iry itixks. between two thieves; ono of better ;iai!ji. tlw) OJl will Sm- - ,Wiif of honestly admitted u Oli.tnirtr Iluiia.'. heart than the other D. CuKiii. rulilnK-- 0. j3:15 -.TIm Tiiu-Jicthat of his comrade. his own guilt 2 r Dltui.'vtlon. I l AjWlclMlfl. low? W. Wo pnraphraso Ills words, "Lord. I AMi'iicp 0iilier)-.M.iy- mu IW .Uljourmm'iil. . r, have defended you against an uujust XJlOM II. TUi:3DAV. nttack. Remember this poor thief If I you ever have' an opportunity to do a n AjuMnmci'mcuUi. 3:17 Qur.tkinr. kindness to mo In return. I heard you 1:00 AJjournnuirt. Wrlulit. before Pilate say that you havo a '0 .Hiiic.'.lr Solcrkou ami AicrlouB.ur KJUDA.T. Kingdom, but not of this Ago; some Cm They bo AjliUtl to tlw OourJo I4xoiulH3 Dr. l''o,ril. heavenly Kingdom I therefore -- Mr. J. II. l.oy.1. My request Is, 'Remember mo 8:15 TJio County lliira of lMuoi.'lon. ( MuUJilcr. It's Purwiho U 11. TUtlittior ami when Thou coniest Into Thy Kinga lAlisa ' dom.' " J, 1.. Ilrown. To this Jesus replied, "Verily, verily Trtustoo iiiul Iflt S;1j Tho I H Na,turo Slujy, How Intirt tuo (or, so bo It, ho be it, as you have naked) Diity-- A. S. J. Wmllcr II. fricla-iior- . Verily I say unto theo this day" this OUU'l-l.- uUi AlUUdff. mul H. O. AjviUii. dark day, lu which It would appear Stinly, llow latnirluco In of Scihooltt iwvl Tfims- - that I havo not a friend In Heaven or llio Oouiyw of Stinly Miih. Jrc.io O. Crowil'ir on earth this dark day in which I tun jnortnUoii of I'ujkt-4- 1. J)uK. crucllled ns u mnlcfacter, a falsldor S. J'. MulUiwKiy. n-Mutnlitar. theo 9:0 llow to Uo.iUiUfy Soliool ,llou.to mul and a blasphemer "I say untoMe 1 in KlckJUi. this day. Thou shalt be with AliikSoloy. U.1XU0 armuids Paradise." ll:IS- - NOON. it U(mCR Mo to VUlt tho Paradlso has not yet come. MessIr i of tlif) Uw lV Uio Otlmr Tocvulircni' Hohool 0.uii, iUuUz. iah's Kingdom has not yet been estabCounty Suit. lUuiry Utuili. lished; and It must come llrst beforo 8. Ilmw.-ml- . .Scluxil Ulsclpllao-iPurndlso Lost can be restored and tho 10:25-MuUJiU'r. In Oio ScluwiJ, ICs .VaJwo whole earth bo mndc God's glorious , ll:(eHMJfl 'IMoklw. JilucaitloiifiUl A. H. lails. footstool, ns He has promised. Hut of QonuiilttiOO- - j Mutnliler. when tho time shall conic, when tho 1I;I3 NOON. Kingdom shall be established, when by uui uautiry mil". Paradise conditions shall be Introduced, lyHOUttJ-loof Coimium the resurrection of that thief will ho nuwtiUwis on oliuul wo,rk, Wiool KxAmlnaUon, I40J by S. W In order, "for all that are In their lilULsjtrUiuUon of Uliuik.H. Toy lor. graves shall hear tho volco of tho Son t SUsa Flckjln. of Man and come forth." John r, 28, will! tiu air;uivJ Ajmiimpnlmto Dnstnria in a harmless snhstltuto for Cimtor OH, Pare porlr, Proni mid Soothing Syrups. It Is ploiumnt. 16 contains neltlior Opium, Morphino nor other Narrotlo Mibstaneo. It ago Is Its gunrantuo. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcvcrlshness. For more than thirty years it lias been tu constant uso for tho relief of Constipation,, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and DluTThiua. It regulatoM tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho FoimI, giving healthy and natural Bleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 2L&fffflz&u Us Over the Kind You Have Always Bought THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN! Hartford, -:- 30 Years - Kentucky. 1 STATES APPLY FORIBIG LOT OF POSTAL BONDS POSITIONS GUARANTEED for our graduates. As soon as we get the reaulred number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. GUARANTEE position If need WE will us real eoon. Weyou a many more you at once to supply the enormous demand -Ur l.LV-UrW- ul Indiana Goes More Than $50,000 Mark While Kentucky Asks For More Than $20,00. oao. Wimhlnffton, to 'tiuJ T. I K J ify SCHWARTZ BUSINESS COLiLKGE SMOOarOBATBD PBIROirAX. BHTABuaaaD ino tTTISVTXir.11!. KST. July 15. lnforni.ii.lan - Il I '.l-l- 'i-l- i' "' reUUrtjJi(iliinB of Uw vhjtious States In Uv amount of iotf J iiriw bonds ajp,Uol for July 1, .uivl f of this sfcuxJinff wlt(h tlifilt of January 1, Lutt was mulo public tp'la.y by Io,tniaMtT G?iura.l The oUJ amount af ,bonas ajiflUaJ tor July 1 nfifl SKil,S6U. Tlio tolij of tho provlous Isuo Jnnunry J, .wus J 17.31, and July 1, 1911. H1.900. The RT.inu ta'al 1 i BUCUTaTS BULBS SUCCCEOI BULBS -- r BubtH. A la baUd N.W Derm&nant oui- you a ivul fUlixfAotloDrfliAimnteed ' tmnar.will nilnt orroox ' ' Hada ESPECIAL OFFER - Buckbee's "Fait ol Life" Korthem CtDM Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol 38 years J successful seed growing behind than. It pays 1ST , plant the best. Seasonable SDecia1tIes Earliest Red Valentine . . .. Refugee Extra Early New Strlngless Green Pod . WardweH's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New White Wax . . Currle's-Rus- t Proof Wax . SEEDS BEANS PBAS ' manArrnfunded. I iL. MUIm I wsto. UK Rttakk rUilk. tw .aw-.--- rii.iaowsitaiiii anill.l aTOnS aiwiiik, IiU, Sdllu. Sfuuk rfe. - Jj.5 Bushel Bushel 13.70 $4.50 Bushel $4.75 Bushel $3.50 Bushel Paah MM4 IMnla Tallp, hnl T.Up, Tuvul riu ..- tdlr. OnlK Iml, laws u4 Ma KiaWk, UUAJKBtfl.lkatV T-- $450 Bushel of jtlio IIijvw lemurs wius fl.Xil.lW. to-d-ay aplssasagaaaaajwajayaapaaaS MVfte MejrtJqatbljPa? HM1Y vrnm AW ruDAnra I Thrvo Staii-Oht- o, I d Uio Indiana, and r0.0OJ iwirk. I ilW-sourt a, SBND 3S CB1NXM thlltwU U UIW PlUlCI fBT" f rttSaUl kkfaWllTsa I BMa WU MM n- w'"'f - nil. IfMBt 1 mi". aMM SMIHI10 j ail ura. t.-3 I Tl! exfceld $40,000. JJUnolty lVn3l-vonl- I IB DliraTWMalllfiniTal MMTJBB. mmmma sW. ' Dr. Muiim 5- New York, Cotarculo and Milool-ga- n WjcIi applied Cor(jnoru Uion $30, 7 M jl of tlio iHiniln. MonKniipafl, Kentucky, MinniosnLi, tana and Uio District of CtVuin,lU i VaarrkMlM Ban TJlp BkU .rfUMir. TBtofWIifjnrM aBJlff ,J M BMlHaTBiW Bfll Bushel Extra Early Alaska . . . $550 Bushel New Early Gradus Horsford's Market Garden . ti 5 Bushel .oo uusnes v. Buckbee's Lightning Express Lettoco. RadUh. Tomato and a full llMM' Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing rfCO. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of . your requirements and willquote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. .... ' socaoroBD. m.. J3uHBsclbeSt.t H. W. BUCKBEE Fansu lockf ord Seed RKkfr4.s ' J, THE AT THE VAUDEVILLE 1;30-J!(- i" I:l-0- liU r r-- l.al!. Scientific A OVER 66 YEARS' EXPERIENCE NEW NOT SEWhNO MACHINI OF QUALITY. 4 UNDER ANY AnTonsaenittng asketrh and description may illflv i.nrlitlti nnr nnlnlnn fraa ifheLlipr all liiroiitimi Is iirohnbly patentable.. Comrnuiilrn. tiiiiisatrlctlrroniMeiitlal. HANDBOOK oirl'ateuta nut rrnA. llilnlt nrnllCT for nfimirlliaDutOlltlU Co. receive 1'alenii taken turoueh Muua ti'fcldl nof lc, without ohsrue, lu the lisndiiuiicli Ulnttraled weeklr. Trade Marks Dcsiqns Copyrights Ac. SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME pro-Biim- Bmrkm. I)r. , rJi-UU- i I p.s. Sub-JUri- Ml;? use before the flood. Ion af nnr acienl Ida Journal. real, four months, $1 Sold hi all TJireent 1 emu, 13 a newadcalmra. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. ! If you purcuaao tho NEW HOME you will havo a llfo asset at tho price you pay, aud Will not have an endless chain of repairs. New York I). C. , l)30-Na.t- uro WCorwkfcrSfJ First Gagster Electricity Gaester How Ur. ai do In Second know? yon Noab nlil llxjil.-uutUu- io:io-m:c- ns.s. First Gagster bavo ark llehtsT Why, didn't H. and TRADE-MARK- S crouiptly obtalued la Wa obtalo Starr mtb all oouiitrim. or no tu TH AT PAY, d Tenia Uiu UioruugUj, at our axponnc, and uolp you to suxom, Bond irodol, uboto or aketch tor FFICC report on tutaullUy. 19 yean prartlcu BUN PASSING RIFEFICNCES. For fro UoUa Hook ou ITufltklilo Patent writ to 03-SO- If you wiui t a sowing machine, write Our latest cutaloguo beforo you purchaiio. The New Home Sewing Machine fet, Co, Orange, Mat' Dr. , , IliJO-ltul- , SH. ruJ lK riJ ' -- for jtlio nljrlit toxJoiis, JiuJi Uviiw'lur nliu U oxjvxitliu; to llanwf-t"JiIUJ.lgJoiiH I!xcrolo-Jtfi-v. J.Stmly of Uwirruiiy MiM ILlstori Uuii In tho County 411 bo iviu.lrl to aUiid tho Qiitlio f.lvo (l,iji. K. Mliw. How Corolxto-a- '!. Willi rcqul-Tlw Sti(ta Supcrhitciulijit IClrlc. uir IUii,d.uiir KfjnUwky Tauln- - a rcenuit of Wio Timnbw of il.iya iu-- li pj-Uui KoluwU of lliu lnUtuto ami tho in,. i.o.,m f,r Ufo mul ila DU.UJS toucslipr attund 1 or to Ttwh Krhool-- V. il. lOf'VMOv. County . Hurterlntiliricnt will inulo H'.K'h Miko MUr uirfuiiKieimnt a rju-tk 1A i School, Ita atUtvJ. CUud Shultsi. IIliNlt,V LKA.CH, J County Hupt. , ilutcjijer. AIJourn;iit'tit. i inoinm.i 20. R. V. wnuNiosnAV. . Hiibl,t,-)Arl- Gl VkUu-il'r- -if. I i:8.s. , nut Jesus nrose from ahenl, from hade, from tho tomb, from tho stnto of death, on the third day. ITc had not been to Paradise, for Paradise was not yet In existence. lie hnd not been to heaven, for lie had been dend. Let us hear Ills own words to Mary on the morning of IIU resurrection: "I have not yet ascended to My Father, nnd your Father, to My God, and your Ged." Uohn xx. 17.1 Could nnythlut.' be plainer, simpler, wore harmonious V Our plana for dplnff Uilnss ara ni'ido In flunits anil they oomio out An .IioHum- Sm,o raw eft more tlwl ilodtauur thel jqb Lltui imtlwiA dfklng Uv4in Up to thlrly a girl wtvitef to V'k a man for a liu.sUi.nd; u,fUy tlWit mImj U wlUUitf Jo bo Jikvkod. When a tiuii ivojioacu to n. clnl nrul sho Wis Him to n?k Iter fiUw sha mtxuiH tjio ulrcndy has fluno It. I.lfo la uolt.y 'inado ujiof mwILii;,' mono you uvui't pay an,a of litnihitf pwl to you mowy you cwfit collect. In tho A uhuni hero UJiiks Ids tu nui iwwisjVJl-'rimiioiiiint thun a ncnl iwro'fi iiipnuiuQiit in Central Iu-kNuw YBfK I'ruw, Reflections of fa Bachelor, Bevanth WASHINGTON, Strwt, D. O. 0 PROOUBeO AND BBrtNpED..'""' i! ISrlai. how to otSdA pUnU, trade waits, CuHrrisau,tU)., )N A(i COUNTRIES. JJusUtsi JirtctvUkWaMngto tavit Umt. Patent ind lafrlngtratnt Practice Etcluilvely. r jIiro a U0 Slsatk Mnst, aaar ValM Istaj ratatt Oekx, WASHINaTON. B. C. trituorcoraetoiuU . Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity sn4 reliability nearly 40 year, bold in nearly every city and town In the United Statts and 1 Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than any other make. Send lor tree catalogs MeCALIS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any othei fashion v magailne million a month. Invaluable. Lab dressmaklag, millinery, 4. est styles, patterns, needlework, halrdresslng, plain sewing, fancy etiquette, good stories, etc. Only 50 cents P year (worth double), Including a rrco pattcM, Subscribe today, or scud lor sample copy. McCAIX PATTEBNS J Jr. Constipation causes dlrxlncpa. Vt MllM' Laxative TablcU will help you. to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and uew cash prise oflcis. Addrcst m to mi w. mi bb BBi hscau mwauMwvL wavctuam c. , .. . n iijastaaaKwcaapryirOrS ir niii'.lmn"""! - OUR mmmmmmaemmmmammm PROFIT-SOARIN- G SALE WHOOP UP! Is yet in full swing. Bargains galore is passing from our stock into the hands of our customers. Our old friends are busy picking out the bargains best suited to their individual necessities. New customers are being added to our array of satisfied patrons. and get your share of the liberal profits we offer. Sale Closes Next Saturday, July 27, t There Oil 1912. : : : Will be Abundance of Bargains Right up to the Last Minute. v will OMETHIN a m m Svery Tlime You Come. To Share in the Profits You Must Pay Cash or Produce Checks . . i NOTHING RESERVED. EVERY ITEM RECEIVES . . A lO . PER CENT. CUT lSs will i l f . k l $ E. P. BARNES BEAVER DAM, fully trusU'J comfuaeid (SL BROTHER KENTUCKY. da" b. JnUi in to un,tanlo Uvj skoln of (i Uui3. "nil l fw jwiwh of Our Letter Box la,Ux to ragf. to OiVof i In the mesuvitlma lii rvmocrfji'js will parting word thnouah the cajntwe J'0 nation and raastt of tlu to JiAliyrow U'lpubllqan, to ypu and twnty-nln- o statw and counitlp! hat iwhon you boys wlio announce get Ivome we will pim our collara and other fel'nw an intenMon of deserting the Grand roil up our put 3l'evia .uul U pull Old Ship and taking to the boats on yw,r U16. In the imt. the J. H. THOM.AI3, (all l,lwuxlnt Mitwio among you Pfuvwn, Ky. I nmy look for caustic orWclum or who . July 26 1912. dogmaUo ilnlohmnw In wiat 1 a'n Hirjfor.1. my. 1 nomnPfte to )om a lllio Editor ItupubUctan: going to with inynelf to accomWall punpo'c We dtnliVf throiiffll .tlw ,(luiiiai of plish the nds .hoou government, but Prir, to ay a taw tiling '" nlncc In tlie1 natural course of livings believe ana of Interest to iUio kiavimI homo dlifferonno of (ipjnlon n"'lt public but ane .uldr,.pd more pirtlcu-Lorl- y n I Invite your toleration for a to t,lw clowns oX this to,wn., of our portions. iNqtlUiiff la more (vwentW to tjie and iro.sejrlti- - of any l'or jriwre than Kill a (cailiwy Hi tlim the auod heaYJi of tho unil Democratic jiantlns have oiWanftliii. been the nvyMisililc agencies fur mrils-t-rln- g lnd,lWu:as ivornpostni; 1U If wne are oocriwlly Infonwyl. t'lorn Ii the will of the ppplo in mutt'i' now but one case of w.tIouh tlln-vof govorniiv.it. Un-sforces In the town, Con.sldexilnK WW two in Will one or ttio otlifr of ir. the soneraj nxnk'ory con- dlrpqt .the policies of the uountiry for the of tlus lucci-Kat- it play- dltiUn of the town, tlw aluvxt IX xt ar ou not four (iTins? Ktmnily hot ojul tlie ru.ln.fay ing illruuUy Into Mio bands of the In Qr ilo oii bellow your new narty wivttihw, wo arw And(rM t anil ouht to bij t,lKinUfuI HhUv-timix enough to win -t tills rwjM-tvvilli If Jf ou uoMcvm you (via tl'at lt Is as wi'U wnth iwi m 't thlls Jio,p for Alw win .Uili yur Ui(,ii jour portion uuiuot ILowMwr, wa oanrnut it '"al'Ji of our people le Justly unlUciul by your former Inwmljato attpntlon U luul iukI iLV.l.utes. llut with tli' IK'iii"-craj t'ljns i tliu arvont non,dJt!on of beunllttyl w Wmy liaiio can i,he nopub,llcn be dianjpol. In thirty fore wi CliouiiIltiiu, we li iviu liTurnirJ t mm h voters dividing ' ,twipn ,tvvo upon history if iiut frpni nwtu.il fitporttifj. to eltluir of Mi'yiiT hoie the ii.vuiiuitluu nt Uij final illvunUloii U not only cindaaUm bat aimoxWy !t Kornd limit ji. It ls nv- han of itho 11 aiubi'i'iiu uuty ruU only In t,hi InAlvklual but to UulM u mw on". Hut it i iwifltjili'o ciiary not tint u F.irty tltdt )i.is ntfaili'Jy rrulilM In his durroondliiKS. lit Is un4wwUly prjpir the j(nKiviH if tlv 6n!utitry for OUty true .tluit the failure to to tho cafe of une'w puron or fliould, tt,U,hout x;vlU'.xlly Its jxJcy or fiUuro to wchiiiiiiUhH re- the piww of his hablUitlon, whftUipr (lUvilutUui? Wlillo nuiHil by nrcliF.t or InillfXrrw, i3 sult, o iiUi il.(i,l""i: dfljJn to produfie a canillUon which u HUnm of imro-- l Ls bwkliw XHUi. I'V'Hi oviontually uwJJi Niiitbum otlw-(suuivtnl, uur with ivuit t tlv f nVtiVlnin dlsouso, wJiUli aiUMJ lou of time, ii of lunacy and wiifXi'iiliitf .tnd of milliK to jnoUdo ciniiAllVyiH of 'Hie thri'ie coihIUIimih of (' I tiomuttiiifM results In UfviUi. not tliu-ti- , ubuii'Luit (Uul iiliiiij' inouv. hi ill I l'Vr .Uie Kit that ml nuu nolu'i-Intr- a IirUns ai!l ItiUirdns cv'Ti wiiww (Jiwrtoj'sl only Ut oitnailw but for' our , ,is w Jl, wo InUvi.l. and (tl-uut iioiiiua(VuUxi ui" ITfutrt. A our iwaUwlon uml (Uity wlUi huHi a wuoul, JhhI eurnl jiri'U-wi- t, llr. Kdltor, wilUi find It iuttxfiiry to ln bj( to yUIl will, U trannoit falrlj- - U' to aiawJIiiH ikjiutnd for it Ug Into tho In oryl'.r to brlin. ihotit a" i.lmivr of pivv.'kt ux.U.tln coiidltloni of moimu i t'to itirk. In HiU town, kH""' tlv ivuiiiH P'.ojile at tlu; cup aro liirvrv-tlv- c t,)ilji-- d Tho und, utWnu (luvutfli time, iyui bo of Uw lail!vW,ixU rc.sjiojvilbV." anj Uio Willi you be good iTOVMBli s t;lttors U(flubUtvui: us will key) tlia old liouo opon an.l In such onlvr twi we can 'till ypu boj b- - rtfi(ly to wjl- your outlns liOiVe qonvj you back to the old Jiopinsyrvl. to Idll for yoi We hhpJl not Uj ab Uie faUcd calX nor glvo ypi a now co.tf for tho Democrats will have long nln tlw devoured the former and rtuo.-- ' I drtacrlptron of tlWM.9 condltifw and where point out tho rvirtlculptr pjno tliey ejJat. We will wrfto ntoo' p't"- tlciHarly cooorji'lns pub.'fr proprty with l'i,. and jiiubllc ofXIoUla ol'ar-iuyi (ure. Jiut duty of .Its matrtterujico If we find airwnouks. unsiti Honditto'i" eststlnw on prlwito prppeit-- . nucii ah to warroAt Ihe attentWn of the coun- (bo,li-aty or munclpal aalhorJUta caUtd lo it. we wUl up stato and fdve perww j the name of ilw of for OiU condition and tlw name with WiA duAy of tho fofclUl looking after Jt d r Lir Kj'iOt. J5ry tln-j- who'lvr he can ae inns a man who convu to tiiin, up everything behind liiin, with no of crilltnr or not. parti iilar (lbt "Jioun In vJow oxivpt to offJ.t of things. ivlso rofii.s'Jng to ok' a iiU; or . sm-uH- ot Uu Jaw & Xw, ad W ' wihene promise ou In every ln"tan'-.- names are nlvvn anl l3tln,lto' Uixiul'iUor.j iuid particular places are stated, to furnish ou, Cor our mw IC-.- ' )ur com-pirbw- co.ni-niuni- n-- Drono-uimt- to r f- Leutl-Mi- wl ts )'t ni-- elt ii jira kIi j; oj-- n-- protoation, a photograph of such con- dltkm Jind place whre th? cpnflltlon xn,d placo pojmlt U, tlia name at Uie ptuttoirtup'ncr who made the plmtosnaph. when It was taken and tly ninvM of the persons prwjit, or If tlie con- ditlon or the placJ he Biudi as that this can not b dome. th-to furnish a rrn,p or d'osrtun of the name made by .1 competent clu'l untf'nccr and mir- ! voyor stating his, name and tho fjine wlien the measurements wej)) foul asul the iv'twuns preapn.t, and If jwiujrcd to suiiiwrt ivifli of tlvv) nhotosraplis, nrips and dlauroms, by tin affidavit of two iKiputab'e j R Willi bj of noma to us to itilii's, we wl'l havo no little troubb, I lo doubtless. In ff(MJmr onwons who but some of whom at leait will not conson.t, for lack of individual Interest, to nriko .these aftUU.lt. Wi aiw, ilww-- i (iuffichnt'iy lnUif.U,l In flicsio , ever, matitrrs to do ths ami to try uml In- drnee otlwrs to lielp us brln,; about a j ulLitvfd wilii'ch may trliyno th wo dujvror- urous ujul unsafe (xuidUlnns, viJvUiur they exist on iho publV Kiuar-- . In tho public istr.-e- ts or iui prlva'o property. In this artlolrj mil any Wo will IndlviduiU namm, duftne miy ti.ntilicular condition or po'nt out liny NvWcular location wliere (Jioso conditions axlfft. Wu are looking. ut this numviiit, out of a wilivlow U Uio iviiln,H of nvhat at one tlane was a fenco aiujid il!m cyiurt lioiuse iuid iantl .ujnrly ut a spot In Uio court liouso yawl n,(ir wjieno tho. iw.ls oiwh located In Uve iiontli eiltrcuiiee ot the publlu wU;ire. xiils pintlcular njwt evidences ,tli.i fact tli;it It lias by ooaUnued ssrvltudi", 'liong slncoo btien d'dlcuUid to ptrfonm tlio funotlon of ri ipn mirl .y '"' mm oonaejit and usage urved it,lio pur- sa of a publJo duiinp. InuVVerttfiUy. I our attention Is uillcd to Wip flourMi-- i fond,Itoii of Um wartl-- iuid ttJia jium- bo- oiou.i bnusli pil.is In tho twen tiifu window .ind that portion- , I I nor-soi- wont tho p'tlz-n- s of UV toA-to tlks (l lnak ,wiuni ttvnni. u mly b, ,Ulat wtwls ane iin,urtiln(,' nolrB mUk,, lt ,l0t )mii pt our ovr we m.iy find thoni tu?rf ,, pojbij. otj,ur iMtTis ta f)hf, f ot otlr nronilns or on hoiivs adducent V(u.Jnt lati Wo w11 KlJ. ,lntiln to ,Hlr llAgKlUlol. nU.,lU ,tu, p,roj;tl,xl opr own of ,ll3 rrrjnlw but Jook f, ,iro,Ul,,Iy !w )ula u watln for iw to do Ulj3 wa wW vot a"i!Un.to tin's to others but will ee to It In prjun. then we will luiow Jiow anfl whpn It wus dona. If wo do tlilx, our name, In ul coupliiil w(Ui probability will not ! Uie n.wii.) of any a'Jinr person, Hlvould uncompll- tlie (public ohnmce to mentary jviiaarks concerning otlu-- r folks wihille dlscusalni; these thlns and no photoffrujh will be Jud, tnflmn,l'il or o'liirwJ-- , of .tlw ouiidltlon of our (Uwilkin premises to which wu r-m-i- forwTinl. , fine Amorlcin twoilKM-nt- l fJrihlw, will" kiMws wliy tlwi'r ctilnis, a Iru.st,. exinmlno lie bus 4ils burns Jind whro lie Ikh the Iinkruptt and transact wall plnv th'm; wJm fiiinot bo boused; wflo buslni-aas nviy pniiwly oorno befoj,, fn Winnot be Hcki-at Uu prito of his meeting, life, and who iilways fronfH Jits iirvtny. I'.lUtJon filel July 12. J9J2. A. 1IU14.AIOOHK. , J. A. DBA.V. rjlUadfilpliUn, July 1C. . IbfTiv in ll.uikrujiCcy. Owm.slKiro, Ky., July 22 1012. Jtut tiio liullmoo- - Is a Kentink-on tho iid day Augiih', A. !., wtj, at 2 p. in. ot which ti.lio . (Id ridlton muy attend, pmvo if aiJnt s Notice in Bankruptcy. tlie District Court of th. United .Stat.w for tliu Wc.ern IHnlrict pf ,K.n-tuck- In. y. House for Sale in Beaver Dam. 1 nlht A. CIT1ZKN. A splendid cottage In tho Header adof Claude Wilson, JiUnk- - dition in Beaver Dam. Ky., In good rupit. condition, and Including four town loft To the Critlilnrs of CI.iuilo WMM. aro for aalo If sold at once. Itosldencu of in he County of Ohio, Is now being repapered. A bargain U ofand District uforopld, Iwikrppt. fered. Coll on or address, Notice .Is lnTQby glvm Uvt(L on Iln UAllNETT & KOSTBII. ISMi day of July. A. D, Wii tho t.ml lti Claude WJlson was duly adjnd'-pa,.Conatlpatlnn cauncii dlirlncwi. bttakropt, an,d tlia tho flrnt m..flriir DN Miles tAxative TablcU will help you. tn the inatu-- " Notice to Tax Payers. Deputy t'Jioxlff S. O. JCkfnvn .will ibo at tlie following pi ios on day npwd to ; your tax.'w. ) Sulphur Sprinffi, July 30. Deanfleld. July SI. i , Jlerhcirt, Anwi'.st 1. TrJslur, AufUat 2, f,nrwn. i HJirv,i( August 2. nf'jernoon. l'Virdsville, Au(iuat 3. i Iinuur Diim, August 5. Gi'ivtertown, August 6. ItiUuiwiy, Augubt 7, far noon. Point l'lt(iaRt( Apgust 7, aXternooji. Snuillhous, August 8, forenoon. CVrrilvo, August 8, aCtenioon. SUJlfJiry, Apguflt 10. I JtiCkjiorjt, August, 12. , i U'jMik, August lt. iVeniUs, August 17, forenoon. Cromwell, Aigust 17, lUfnifMin. T. II. HIjACUC. H. O, i col-lo- ot UNCLE SAM TAKES MATTER IN HAND Subscribers Must Pay or Stop Paper. Tlie Republican has received from the Postmaster General at Washington a request for a statement of tho circulation of this paper together with the subscribers who aro one or more years in arrears. This must be done, according to this official order at once. There are a number of our subscribers, who largely on account of neglect and the amount ctye being small, are one year or more in arrears, and all or? them will necessarily havo to be taken off our list unless their subscription is paid in advance at once. Any name taken off' does not release the person from their obligation to uav their bank aiii,.rii tion, so the Post Office Department rules. It is not a matter of unwillingness on our part to extend credit to our friends and patrons. There is not one on our list in arrears that we do not believe intends to pay the amount due, yet we are compelled by law to discontinue the paper to them. This, of course, applies to all subscribers regardless of financial standing, and wo earnestly appeal to those who are so much as one 3 ear in arrears to call at our office at once and settle, or remit by mail the amount due. We can then continue the paper but otherwise we cannot! We do not want to lose a single one of our subscribers adn your prompt attention to this matter will h an. fciated. Look at the label on your paper and if you are in rearara subiie up ai once. , p-i- t'Kni . . nt The Bull Moose. (To Alio I'hffUtalpja.Vi North Amenlcan) The buUmuos looks good .to m. Tlie olei'jlianit Is a big, strong, .Mulct.-hided bdost, with Juit enough brain to l.iko aixlers billivlly fiom his dli.'.y UUUj boss, who sits ptrlile Jtls ncclc and Jrdis lidun bolilad the aty wlluh his spike. No nua,ttcr Jio'w cruejly lio li JabUt'd and p'ked, tho (lej)li.iiit liuwi't senno enougji to lM.ku off his iTttle boivi. gi giu-bag- t Is a tough. cudurln.-lu- g alwiays llkcjy ut any minute, for any reason or no i'OJuu at aJJ, to kick or talk, Jtlup nij,tiiluS Tlw donkey onlmrU, but w " "' 'M'" li.7'JL''"''iIJi''?l""l'i'"i'' """ V"""