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The Hartford republican: August 2, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912080201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: August 2, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Wi)t Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV. WMVini! Jtetfxrrfr fUpitbJicm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THLt PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 3 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1912. SinnVfiur, W. Jfilm Jolimwiii, THIRD PARTY It?, rW T W. Diuvxw, W. 1' liurp, Jrlln 'i Iwl'. U. Krynilrn, WWUm HiumVJUi, AIonriBi Ux, Cu P. Kywii, J D. 'JriMtat'lbi, II H M .4. JW.'Twhi, JillS Big: OUie PREPARES DESCRIPTION CVuu,nln;iv'nlJ. J. . Ktill. , , A. IWUiro, II. 'I 'Cixiwilur, FLOWERYJFFORTS OFOIL FIELDS Night rvcr H'.ro) tfiLn veins of coall arti plerc. horo by tlf ilrJils, ajvl thiere ! coll In paying iuan,'lt,ls 11 IiKm dlsttinco north and also .stiuMi of this wliore profltabUj m;n,f?i arc belrv ol RURAL CARRIER fit-I- d, jNTROUBLE Greenville c. m. jj.vuNFrrrr, Started in Ohio Colmty last Saturday. Provisions Made for Organization W. , W. M. TVJHI.BV, j I. 1:. nito.WN, ni'.IWT WOODAVAItl), Some Orator and Pumps are This One is in Line. and Day. Solon Wll. ILMI,trON. Comtnl.V. tT,;n iv'i.'lln? tfi report Wli', alumnd-tar- f Kentucky Has Speech k u and tlie naming nUflca,Uwn pot:h will bj on f his jirifernl;(s. The IntcriwttnK ccreiivmlal of "notlfv-Ins- " Gov, Wilson of his juimlnatlon will Like ii!niqo at SriBlrt, rn August 7, ono woik from n"Vt Wednesday, llut'lni; t,ho dying hour.s ,of tho UaAtlmoro Thomu Tumsirt otfoned u inso'.utlon ci,MlnUnic Mr..Kuin jus nlvil'-m.of the notification commttee. Ivj irii;rii,m Mr. Jam's hus complnnwl tltnt will b Colliij-il- . it cjilis lyon (, tlie iiiumlnm if tho Xotlflcvutlun ?uvl Tor 4.pr s aitlns every ritory to usseniliilo at the Uotol In N. w York City id 8;yo oTolo.-on itlvo mornltw of Aujoiat 7. (Now York was iJioiwn as Uifl jilafMi of rvadeaoas 9 oVlovk bevcaus- - of IUi acfslblll;y. ommltee will leue via l'msyl-vanl- a the rallroiifi for iSwrlrt, arriving y Uiere nt It a. m. T,he uotlfleatlivi will take pbyoe at 2 p. m. Mr. James will present to tlt fTindl-dat- e a liaivdsom.'Jy ibounri oerUtled copy of itJie platform adojitod at Ualttmore, tolrtth!r with a formal lotte,r nlKned by hlnfyilf and all 0 the members ot the notlfkiatlon icommlttce, inforntlnu him of h'a aintlrauVon to bu the Ktamdand benror of Um larty. In coniwctlon with the pres n'atlon of thase mementoes will to nor np(rt It lickmiiiw! it luMtp'-jythe busy w.ui woVI utlsiidrjl. Mivld.rln itlii .sjtpeulvis of iwxtlUcatloii and jOfi'js'jytu Vn our own JioilsiUoM. Wc MvotV-fiUmo of the hlmoji and mush onihuxUsm eoki,rp It t bo itlw of HH n," v:uh dLsjiluyeiL Mr. Jamss tiayp tlvi notlftcaiioii rnn,MvilUoji Unit ivi KuiuMlcivi iW Ixiuiul will iiot bo iun octanVm for fuss by Ji at.kii nf tly l.tto Ni.t,lonU and trlU and a cowuus display of Roosevelt Man Ousted. h'-In CliViuso tnivnii of t'.i Prlrne Alberts and hlih ha,ts. On the fiiviwluXit nml corrnnt thwinlnii In re- - Wfuslilnjjnn, July 25. iAh itjlio wsult ot iut ,Ukj rwiuait vf contrary, lie for one, Is filnj; to wear jvfiuul p tiilnliu? t.lvu leluUw fraudulently Hni)t- hU a vest and will itry ito ko,p us oool and THnamt)-na1 tiy I lie national roiniiltteio from tlio. Snermtury MaeVoagh, Jowflih O. as tlie circumstances will wn--s jt',moied twtay aa (OallVr ot comCortiiUle yriStaUw of Koiutiicky, Tt'Xivi, Washington,' wiwory pImwIicth' iiy nlo,winjt itlicm Intifnal Jtovrnue fropi Alihanvi and permit. He has written a Jotter to IiyVLiini nml member ot Ute nottfto&Uon aommUtee, to vrilei m tilut reHnt3 ftt Hiliu CommUeii MIs.hUsIiiO)1, with (lepJuupyitors at ghVjnff native of the arrangman(ts, and on Orl'-nlJalto n'nt cuph other, ami Mr. MacVeasli dlmlaaqd .tlw CoIUto10'' from moit of thqm lve has naceived as. Jicrcby cult ivkv nil votrir.1 to Join vie .that Uioy will be (ireiaent, so frjl-den- t. aurance wlUi u in tlio tlirlit wiiiJcli Is to be by italuicraph on outliorjty pf th,3 Uiat he aonfklojvUy expaqts a Jarge art- vji4?iil in bnluilf of tlie nomnvon pvoplo Uieoommlcteo. : Mr. Thampton Is tlve leaflr of the tunditnca of uryui a iniUorm lo bo aaojiteu I t foiued In A(jalxiiruk flu wai On the naUUcaUon committee are a CVilcaAO, Ui? foivcxat of wltloii furnUJioi ItocMaw-JDemoons,, In several UT bso. HU number ot . oon(iu) XfnU It In to be tlkfl grqat!t oslond' to by Andrew A. diana is i ipvqr oanunab.U-- t nefuqal was received itaday iby Jiero(tairy of tV'dnrUon of Columbia City, a fallow- by any party whlcti liati lorntofioro gone Mto'iBli, who tnvtvidlatoly taiok up Adams, tnwTuunan and iclicvse Hrlaoxl ot Ofuwrnor beQone itilte peqiki lutkltvj support Hlm'o tho t'asu with the P,ruaUrvt iuvI afiki MamJiall, who was tlie Indiana govertor outliority to take aumpnajry ajatlom. ttve futiaViitlon of our fiowrnmnnt. nratlvie at Biltl- nor's personal . ml liyitruct ojr iuVrao Thlr,d: W mar. He has wrlt,ted ito Mr. James Convn-tlo- n Mayor Takes Ride in Aeroplane tluut iie uMvV U Uie will a,ttnd thi notification. to vole for InstrtiotUmn for Tlvo-.i- r Hopkinsville. Tlie Kentucky member As Jt(pr.oatinitw.U-- e for HraWrrt of t,lie Unit Wh J.uly a Ben JiOilinson, one of the laaders of the to Hopklasville, Ky ,iyl "HtaUw, iuidiercbyjkyUtooivel'cv) grout crowd present to view a surle rif Bluegrass Democracy. The Olilo imynber cuno W uiao mvcry Juinotfililt effort to Is John S. iVnook. mminfl,l!on and elation, boUoviny; ,tll'it beuutlful illahts nvvde by Aylmtar In the alrslilp inventeil Tliouuvw lite tno,ro lUuinoiilily rnrvb(Ktla!i Vv prl"-p- o by Judjje Charley O. Prowae, of this Wilson Knows Teddy is Man He ,t at ovwnnK,nt by AIkh giuoplv, olty, ILojiklaiifvllle'j) fneo avUtkm meot Must Beat. wWoJi itlw aLscuslOM tit ail otUqr ila atternopn. WpvVilivston, July 27. Tho manasMrs of wjusLo mf tlnio, than any ot itlinee ilaym ended late is maro Mayor aiu,nlea M. Wamtnow Wlbpn'a caimpaign nofdiza ntai in iPUbllo life 4od,iy anjl ibliaA with True ito hU promise, Mnuiham was a nafsaonnrr in emp o even this oarJy in Uiu prosldQntlal po him 413 our l'roildiint peoco, pruitrUy, lwo aav iluat Tlneodano Itosevelt. Mid lltleai liujrilinicti wul uotuntmrmlt will follow tho t'AK.hts. lie was cheened ito as lie clrcUvl the aviation ftod tn the not .wniiam It. TsUlt, is tlio man tlioy Ciir fOl. Ulrdman T hamjton also hu.vu to tkJit In. blir nucJiine. OTiunth: Oar VU"fta.lies toping Tdvajr are making all o,t lUier plans (to vote for W. S. TJnatay of carnlqd 4ihnee otlir iaasQnaers, one HtPUintfd Miss Johnson ,of Cli!ioao, tun aila(tcir who In aucordunoo wllh the theory that CSounty ns on Olito of the dalaaat4 PreskVant Taft .will really put JUtlo from tlw Fourth CVxiiKrcfwIoivil JLitrlt U JiTjO to fly one of JuAgo iPnujwols Only two oUr,blHUTiushfi,vi8beon fieuro in the ca.mpfi.tsn and tluit very to Uu Nuilonul Convention. fT.lm folio Ajuwrioa an itive irator ip,nlno.lplQ lltt'jo itttanUon noed bo slvien to film, are iwreby n(Pio.'in(te(l delcmvU'S built in ut used by Judtre Pnqwe. Onp of Wwae ,wos but tlaat It will .tax all pf their ttml ,un,yl to aUeivl Uw eonvciivtlon wirinckfxl at Marblaheud, Maias. Mr, ito prevnnt Col. ilooovelt from Hbjetittown Aiunt iHt: Thompson, w,ho la on experlenood aviator, Ueuiff teotcd rro.sid.entj M. A. I'Wwht, E. 0. llarina'', IfeMiry Uie 4nvientloit pijonounceis of Jiudso This is Uie soarcit back of ttve pare? 'lieauli, S. L. 8teena, Krnnt Wflad-wufPro,wise u parfeot sucooss In Av.ery par- fully arranged plan ito aend WiUJvnt J, K. Uemjiwy, Dr. A. U. Hul:, ticular. Ilhqre is Ut. K. Ward, Dr. K n. mwitt, W tlie liqpkilniSviUe tgruOit UoCteht hero ovor J. .Qryan out to wanry ainil hajrrais main's aqlilavwmtsat, Ool. ltooe,elt and lo fallow Jiliu with Dawi. Apflrow TJwre, J. A. C. Hwlc, y. A. Brfijtctwr, ,W. C. Alily, C. M ra,Uvl aflw two years' hard work anil a soadinii bevy of question marks into sacnUkw. ev4ry doUubublo tate. IUmfltt, J. K. I'ark. T. H. Bliuek, W. Tho Do,mocraUc cumpaVin pkwi Balls p. iMldWif, Dr. A. II. lUlqy, T. II Your Taxes. for iy direct aittucJc of PrenUlont Tad. i'IUUmi, J. H. Williams, Itoy Kprti. J. Itosers. It. It. WetWiInK, W. a. 'DlPiS- - Taxea for year 19U are now due, and It is iejld l)hat he ivus alroady .been and ftihiut U10 camjpten will Vy, c - S"1"1', w B- - 'iyiVw, tivw. we are ready to receive wune. Ue T. II. BLACK, atfralnit ,tho lai'lor of tho ptird H. K. Urjwn, K. .11. Ajwtry, O, ' party movement U Sheriff Ohio County. Hoivtf Ctuntw. Dr. E. P. Itonocw, Dr. in ojit!tfu!iirn few tlw Tllilrjl IVwty Movtjn.'Ut imil lauil'JM tints ptttnc!iiri by C1. 11imtiU, wore ,mado l, C. M. RixneU, llmi-w- t by for National'Delegati :. Smith, i:. ,Wnxd and C. I Ilonry l.uih. Qu,.vitlon of a'loaitlw tlio by the dvnniSKeo The Convention of Mio P,m,jrvlvvs r.wlutbn j, r w,& Utpn lilac fl bffoiiu tho cunwntVm w.u ut the toiirt lnouse lrre aftornooti, pursuant to the cull. aivl larri-'i- l unun,'iuouly. or Uie orjrml-nulo- n A ivmCutkm protiMltiK i.i mllrl to oifU-- r tit 2 Tfp in Uiik pf Wie cuflnty u, of&mxl by Mr. by Mr. O. M. JViravtW, fwvl Air. o'clock Stlw J.. Stevens, of Cnumwitll, ,ixn nUnt W. S. Thviy uvl attjiptd by Die oon v,nn(t.Vun. iw aa f.illow: f the Tiiu myolutlon d an piyiikiiient ulvulrpkui : tliat ! I!ih'.aiit1 by this iukI Prof. W. it. iIVr,tok O. ItanrtuM, S. I.. iitevwiH. C. J'. Ktnvn, ju vqcrutary. loctnl Jiunes J. iK. Impi y, T. II. Upon biking itlip" vluilr Mr. Mttrtrn O. II. TJiwley, W. 0. IiJ.il and the iiKvitlnK " I stutjd oltunly Wltll W. T. Kimiuii, cUlztni nml MO)ter of tlWIjt lie ML til plTftH't HVtlUV'Uiy iiiovciiKtiit, pml nf the OJdo County, Ky., Ix. im J tluiy lire heretho rght of tli'" iiniijl.t irnle. Mo prrtvitsl by ibvln.iUl, antJvrlAl mid cinpoera following commlttm (ill nshitions: , u.1 u Conmiltttt! on Oryuilitlon. Ui'm loiivtfltlon and all vi1m I. K. llrouu, i:riuit Wi.nSw.inl, iWm. CfMinty who linlorsii Its action, million, C. M, ltarneit mid W. t. of tin .umtiiltt'-- o and that iviul 'iall liaC to mit on all full rn.t.lii miiiltt? was il.'l'.li Wlillc itlie to tli" nruilsu.tjlon of Ci Jivlgu I!. It. Weil ling iuVlnvf.il tlw IVtuuty during ,tho ranutlmkir of tlio nonvninrVin. TJiiO itmittilnttv Uyn Imm'it ppMit yuir. It !j Xurti?r ivvolvzil, lii .Urir rrjirt, whkJi ,wns .i fotlown: Unit If In the JmUimnnt of sild tt Ymr uminlttnu on tvv.ilu'.'iirti.s iui-mUv il'vm It to tlio Inst intwr.'it following tvjurt: th Jivrnby iii inilxlejl, Ui.'y of tin Not-rj- t Jio r.ifj for Mil" Kltjit Wtiny alaut 11 County nMiuiiUwi to le ruul tho iviintijifoii CfinvrntVm U be eompimM of una jn'inlur hold ut KllvrthcUnV'iMi ui Avfiiist 1st to from iu;li of ,tlmi wirlous 31 ritlnc i of dehgutiti to tho 'loit IiliJrttit of the County.. uiaUli mvii-Ui- h Pn;re-lito liu hold In Olfc'iK" luimmlttoe If wVcUil flroJl meet ut August MJi, JM.. the Count lloune In ilantforfl, Ky.. on Siiopnd Wo divituir tl" confliifit of n ilute to be flsxl by the Committee tlio Itrfiublltvui National IVV'VuUtao for Ivirhy aiiMlntrl atvlTiroolito or,ffLnIZ') w tkm tho it.-- JtlgW'iiiid f In thwtu-Utvby tliu iilo'.tlon of a Clmlrmtui iml JtijmlilWii) otr In will of .the wliomay, or niny ta inwinlwra lkkseolt tUvLtJiatnt to til" of nVl x.vivatlv'o i:oniiirtUtff.. , , HaVKny !lm Unit in tho lie it lnr.Ujr ivjao-od- , tiirnliv; a T.tft minority Into 11 majority, event miVI n.ivullie Committee i wbtpnby for the fuwt time In Uvc hlstor atvl projKr.ly otnjilsriiil Ijie of Uw I'nlUd StaU-j- i n nomination for flr.st .Imhx) provWUil fur nhail tho h'gh iifflo of I'uuse to vvlst and the entire sovpm-intMitwas 'Ji. Ilav,lnj; (UMniiMrl clunti'.im autbonUy KliaJI lio nvHl In the UiVnvry In lull nf its firns In Utli Stiutu afuy.ald County ExmeuMve Uonmtttton. aivl iwutUm in tlw uixt, v ilncl.iro nx Ujui the nilojitlon of UiU resolullon oltlzejiM wo uaiuvat ixinrlono lvinoreubOo tJi ponwjrt.'oii ivljiuinicul. IMio mitln(i S. Tinsley Endorsed Ready With Which He Will Notify Wilson. WvxI-wiun- l. iirttl ld SU-uni- ty W.ililriffton, July 27. While Wnodro r niusturoil this week WINon iluui h'un at th) tuime of an unnamed frtwid at tn tho. prmarsutldn of S'lislrf. M Olllo h! (c"ocii of iiwiJirfanfe, msnI sJJvtT Jamat, the tonuoil ICqntu,c,ky ora- Uujl, tor, lixs 1koi putting th- - flnWhlnK ituucli"s on the Hpnvli "f nntlfluatlofi. It is no ill'imruKCnient rt tho ttindldato Ut pay .tiixt if his spor-cl- i of utcoptutice intisurrH up to tho tCnndard of Mr. Jnnw's speotili of notification, ho will .liavn to 'Up Honio.'' DrMii-ourat- itnwl' S.'nnlor-Hc- ct Jnmis Is a great orator nir ma'-Vv- a pr-t'Unl- ivmii-mto- w floni-mltt.- ic Coni-mi'j- Im-mr- mtvv.-ntVv- Jt r Sjc-rtur- y, nt Pire-mou- CMnw-ntlnn- rum-mltti- al oc-o- rt' ooro-minl- al pn-.mtV- jl -j n Ulrm-liwbiu- ! rtJn woll-lsno- prlim.-ilw- rrfa JtoKM-.-w- at 27.-- De-loj- ld with-iOU- oi wa-ni- ure-turtli- d. '. ray 'j. :- i.U, 1 1 Uvfiry few Jnolirs ono tian Bfjo rl le on tho hnrimn a giiwat clnud of rery Boy Worked .mukc. TOhi nxnVvnfittni black, dns Is t,hat ".somo fallow da liurnfljio; the prphlli-it- s wU)to oil." Bovi",nnmKTnt Tlifl allowing tlie to run Into tho aVvam-s- , and a match ts sfuck to One Illinois Farm Has Thirty-Fou- r It anil It soon goes up in flnpvss and Accused of Withholding Letters s,moki'. WliOt a traawttlon from tho days o,f 150 and Converting Money to His agjo Wlqn Aluo Ini'h,n3, Producing Oil retrraUn? from Oonfe llTset? (Clark Own Use Entrusted to Him. Wefls. and his Kentucky tnoopfS in jfchoir march manh to capture ,V!nConnas, fltjjip,lljd to itheitr allots in this mmo notion with (By John D. KelVjy, in Hancock Carton.) olauds iPaul Pannell, of GreejivlUe, Ky,", ho of smoke friom .firqs ,muitli9TOd itiiWSiport Il.f July S). A bit of , with prairie grass. bocn hold to tlie grand Jury Df th,o I , business brought nv fy VlnrtCJinf--s yes. term of U10 court In Ow- and h.n ln reoonitly Jv.twil much tr.ouViyJ Boost is Given Hartford Man. onsboro, on Uie clianse of tampering oil talk at llawcsvllle I run oiion iiir?, Tho following which recienUy apptoared wAth the United States. maiU- - ratwoil only wuiitoen miles, td w wltart an oil In itlie poHUcat column ot thjo Ioukn'lllo If. Ro'tftalnly Is fluid i4uly looks like. was ia carrier on rural route No. ), Times, oonoernlng ilea, O. JJ. Likens, lioTie, and It "looks pome," too. A .Ubiffle of Greenville. There are six; wiill bo road with Interest by Jiis frtendis out derrick noeitIy puf.uji on Uie hlsh In Hartford anfl Oifo County, , courl in the charge made asain,it school lot in liawosvllte attrajoVnl much OVxbo Likens, of OlUo county, tho him. attcnJUon, nd oansed miiQh italk. H"re, wideawake Jeputy ata,to Auditor, lias On September 9, 1911, he id accused" In any "Urert'lCn tho eye look, from fory to 100 dorrlckr.oan bo taken In eawvod itho sobriquet of "Watchdog of of taking from the mails a letter ad- wyC, around the tlw Tneasury," tate drcss,qd to Mr. Mpnroe VJnpent, Uouto at a gUmce. Under jno,Tt f)f. itliem the Capitol It lias long slnco haen loarnod ' , 1, Groontlle, Ky. , "Jack," or small jiump, Is Kolmi? h impassibLe to "get drawing up tlio oleosinous fiul.l- - that it is On September 2S, 1911, it is aliaXB- by" .him witii a,nyitililjig t!in,t is no.t cd that Jte witldiold fnqni itlie mails a vcn or Thls pump Is gsnerally one of strtatlji ccprding to JrIoyJ." Atto--nn- y more thut nro being run by n central letter and post card addressed P. M. iOcnil James tiarnett'H Dff4ce Is ot Russolvllle, Ky Logan coun(ty. i.o poer nqw working on I'ower of say sixty or niori several ppinlons b. thi Is alleged On August SO, 1911, it locnfil HOfl ynul? or 'esj u'iy r.ni pro- Inatanoo of ilr. Likens, wlio lias hold that lie converted to his own use tJij ' s. pelled by nn iron rod attached to up Halaxtw. and apixroprlattons ,tlat did sum of $3 which came lnto his hands pcoultar mfvlianlnm or rotary pnoptl-lan- t, not spass muster of ills scrutiny. The from .Mrs. Monroe VInccnf to ba used' which is drhen by the ssris thut now li,lson Commissioners, w.lifj flat ii In obtaining a pcptal money order for comes from tho oil wcjl. Very llt'Je I'M rajao In salary each orqtn the Crofts and Jlqed company of Chicago. attcnUon is given to Mnvse pumps, and 1,'wUtattirv. will liaue to wait .until U10 On May 21, 1012, it is chorgid that they go night and day. Tho qll of wjtuo Attorney aenaral deoldea tliieyrjcan $W to Ills own osu lip cptucrid of tlw wells is pumped to Ia.wrenecvlll-J- , . Uie Tine Increase. "Joys" i t which came into his hands from Mrs. wlmno tlie Ohio Oil Comrany luus its around tlie Capitol building say' tli'.U N. ' B. Board to obtain a postoffflco and somo to Wii'Alng, Ind., and eviry,tli'.ng Ikjs giot to be Just "isp so" money groat Iron more ot it Is .pumped Into order for the Purs Food coii butore Gahe will issue Uie lqcossary pxny of Cincinnati tanks that hold tlvousands pf barrols. warrant on the Statu iTniaauwr ami On it is alleged March 19, 1912, In one instance betwocn Iiawinanccvalle that there is no use going to h,lm)wiUi of that he oomvered to lus o,wn 'use and Bridgeport I cpun,ted forty-tjv- p a olalm that .has any "ifs" ,bourtJ It wlilch he neceiv.ed from KM, $2.43, those grpat tanks on a qlnsfilo 160 acre farm. They are about twen(ty tp it'ihy Haittle Stovall to obtain . a pastofflce Two Ways Two Look at tke money feet In liolght and about 2iJ foot in onler for the Jolm M. SaUUi School , Ckxmpany of Chicago. clroitmference. Tho 8nqwden I3ros., one " On November 27, 1911. it is alleged of .whom at least, Mr. James 3nowdn, Perhaps there one some ,poople In Hart Is at Hawosvllle, are one ford who think sqme qther people 'n that he oonvtrted to his own us $1.21 of (lie four mas,t Imnontant producoim Hartford do not want a school and wMiloh he rqoeiwd frojn Mrs. VanrJa produping are opposed .to pixtUng up a new fluhoil Qulaanbury to he us!(fln purchaslror here. They have thirty-tou- r w,el!s on a dingle farm, fiom u,lulcli ithy bundling. As a iCltlaqn, I ,wlll ay, I a nostoftlce nioney ordei, ifor Saigel, havo already token 80.000 barrels of have failed to find jnan, wiqman or Coqpor and Oqmpany of Chicago, Pannoll Is a young .man 19 yoar oil. &ome now w,ej,ls are now betbiR fiunk child wlio opposus a fiqhooj, or building by Jvem. This far.m inias not wArth mole a new house suithble for our apjiool old, and is the eon of Tom I'annoU a prominent busfeios than X. an acre six yeans agio wiifln tho and I believe a alee iiumi could (be puls- of Gir.eenvlllo, first well .was a ucoet liaie, and no,w ed py dopption to puppl1men(t iwihat we man and politician. Owing ito Ids family connections iiia charge well, I know no way to itejl its val- have on liand to fumUJi and beautify ue ovcapt to eay that tho above the house and grpunds if nccfeeofy. Ac- osainft iiim oame as a gret surprise , barriols old for 6fi ocjitB a bar- cording to a etaUuncriit In itjlve Hartfovsl to his many friends. n,bo;-Young Ponnell wias necenUy marr'id! c(Jb of ithe rel, or K,S00. Herald of July 31, the" scltool board lias wells lias hesm running for C JTearfl, I9.7Z2.S0 in cash ut this time. We have to a popular young girl pf Greenrvillo, and it jot produceis 30 ih&rrals vyvy a gentleman in tqwn whose mechanVal the daughter of the pastor I at the 21 Imuns. on Uils, skill and financial ability and icommon loading church of that Tine o(d hametead the O'.Donnell farm, has ben nAiaindpn-e- d homisjty a,r,o not queitikuiied wiio mill He desired that his arrest be kept by the family, and in tle iqeme-ter- y duplicate iUie Jiouso for what money we secret from his wife, and D,eput)r wihero itlve "fajthe,r," Ctias. 0"iDon-no- ll have on ihad. United States Marshall Nichols of ,who made the arrest, did not Is (buried, there ,wus mepejnuly erNciw .the question: WiUi an indoht-edneected p. f9,000 monument to Ixls mqmair;.'. close to $17,000 iiangtng over js go iwith him to Itis home, hut sent On aaiot'licr luere I sow 12 tanks, each muah of which is long nwA due and un- along with Ponnell a mutual friend of which is estimated to hod 37.)) paid and only a,bout $20. in Uie treas- who agreed to he resppnshle tor Uie barrels. At ono point the rood running ury and with only $3,S00 or $4,000 avail- delivery of the young man to the of' Boutii from Bridgepprt Is .tlie divldluir able next year it does seem, as a busi- fleer for examining trial ,Q(t Hopklo line between tlie rhpl compMilep. iqupii-It- ness proposition, ithat we should rtop, ville. This friend staid with Pan-no- il well piled. Is spewed tout in Wag- look and think so,me, bufore pre furiUier at the laUer's home the nlsht w montgage and bond our town for $9,000. alter ing ettera. There Is where (you his arrest, and rotumed Mm one pompany put ltd iweKp as plve with intensst to be paid annually when to Officer Nichols next morning. Panand Unfl we oan neplace our house that lias met ne! told Ids wife he was going to as possible to the road, trip. Ue the other company coni along and our demands for 25 or 30 years when we Hppkinsvllie on a business tajtes Comsticks up its drilling dprrjek Jurt pjcxtoss Itad no h)lgh schools In the county ex. was taken before United by the road' from the eame, and nnalnJily qqpt ours, as we now haw five schools missioner Clarke at Hojitalnavillte go down Uu rood COO feet and atari ot tlte same aont in Uie qounty and Offoer Nichols. He waived exajmlAa-tlo- n to drill a well cose to tlie road, atvl the State Normals at BowJing Green and was lield to tlie grand jury then find that they havp only ,ind,uofld and IUaluoid diwvJng many evep from under a bond of $500. their rival to grt aprons Uie iroad fijin oiur oounty every year. The investigation was rnade (by Post-offiInspector Cufimon, who wore out them at tlie ncwi point, fTlhls is ex. JVo,w we all like nfee things, perhaps plained by tits taut that the pumps In mos,t of us would like to have finer the warrant for PonneJi's aiuH&tHOiweus-bor- o common uso draw tjio. oil far a diatom e houses and some at us woujd like to Inquirer. of 600 feet only, t you can rqb ypir have an autqmoblle if wie wepe pble, but neflgtibor to that extent, unless tup is we dpn'it feel Uist it would be lust to Bottle With Note From Major up and ready to clveck.majte or probubly our creditors to have such tilings even Butt Found. to rob you to tlio extend of COO fo.t If we could tfrtt them an credit and hottio Block Island, It. J., J.uly of your jtjorrltory, leas Uw dbjjtince I don't think the financial condition of was from liia pump ppo to your llnp apnass our ,town Willi be what it should iie un-- with a badly corroded medajv PP found on tlie beach hone today ,canftain-la- g Uie coad. its huslness Is handlod as the pusJ-nn- s this note on on official wirlw On one side of a oortuin road here of a prudent amd qunsqr ipjttJ..ro blank: Is jwliot tluey oalt "dry" torritory. It bu,sinass man. On "Atprii 16, 1912. Mldocwwi-aieJf- lJl produces np oil, while mi the oUier CITIZEN. sinking. No water or Raft. TIvmVc good producing Uiere Is plenty of MAJOIl A, lUTT." food. sapil lot it ho In this connflcUon Marriage Liceise. On the othor side of (the bjank wau e.very oil anon here says saUl iliat' The foJlawlng lave bop fasued sinco oDAUwar signaAure, ppppslte a v.u'e the oil cornea frcm and tlvra sind j marked on' tlio official blwiki aost our last Issue: .The mlnlmuim to Uie AUrops. D. WaHterfleM, Dordnrtljie, to Mints "Major 'A. Butt: To officer In phars qf iUgglrig tlo wU l ll.&i) a toot, and May Wrifiht, Dundee. AltOn Canter, Clif- ot tho watch." teet deep naarly all of them are 1,100 ton Mills, Ky., to Myntfu Carter, The auUienttoity ot (tlie nqte has ntt In 1U1U territory. Tlie first discovery Lesley KitWeji to Arvnf) boen ostauJlitHl. Tlw ibottle was fund made Jiere was by J. J. HabUUeiU, of ; Cantontownt ( uy Joseph P. Aiken, of K)or.Ui Kentu,cky., No ona here Ua,nbourvllle, A. J. Lonam. manager of tlw Oatdiedral seotno to knqw Just w,liy he oama here, For Sale. Orohetstru of New York Caty, and W. or liow lie came to seloet .tlw partlcutur I have Uiree Hampshire Hoar pigs H. Jones, ot No. 1011 Ifodlon awtnun, lucky spait, This is now the southern Puterson, N. J. Umtt of iyhe Ullnqls field, lut It extendi, tor sole at $3. taph. tt St has always been sujrtPJld fppt. , ,W. S. DEAN, " with more or lass proaucUvHnass, for a ', with the TMojc sank , Dundae, Ky. . (Wabll Jtt distance, of N miles up ,! Arrested by U.S. Marshal. wa-sst- n rs 1 1 wpll-nlg- 1 -- le rj, -- QuestioV n !),-0- e iy. ss y, ce W--- 1 Wll-lan- u, AKtl-ii.i- MjiJ.-Bu- .. , YW ,tiil.' SroMj CAMP m!?3& AND ffktr!MTTjt-urf- ary ir yrcy 1 en S r i t&MJmzlZi&ril SCENCES AB Wonderful t. Wmi s3H Basted lAmbMon The . of .impfe R:posrtd Cursrvnrt'i ' "' In Germany. herb, ns . "Zto. '?' " ! SHARP-BATTL- IN ARKANSAS TALE OF WINCHESTER BATTLE "I think It would be nice to hnvo It wns a hot day and Abo Shrcter, Mulligan Met Death During Fight some clilckoiiH of our own," said Mr. Col. sat on a chair under tho awning ot Near Winchester Several Mary Ellon at tlio breakfast tililti. Skinner's grocery, with his feet on th Thrilling Incidents Told. "Tho essi W9 get would make a hen head of a barrel and his head nodding who Western fighting wns not no dra- blush. They aro 9lvnjs high, too. Comrade U. M. Clayton, Twenty with drowsiness. Colonel Harper, matically got forth nt tlio tlmo of tho Didn't you pay GO cents a dcuen Inst sixth Ohio, speaks of a fight noar had como Into town and left his initio war as were the campaigns of tho winter?" Winchester as happening July 20. It hitched In front of tho postofllco, camo Mary Ellen admitted bIio did. cant, but Ito pIctureaqticnoMA la unwas the first or aocoud Sunday in along on his way to tho drug storo "That's outrageoui. Wo could ralo August. Tho command I was In was and halted to say: questionable. It hafl a special claim "That yo Abo? I declar to good-neson Chicago's Intercut fooennao many our own eggs for much loss than that. on IU way bnck from tho battle of but I didn't know yo' nt first of the men who fought In the army of And hiivo fresh ones In tho bargain. Monocacy Junction, near Frederick, the frontier are now living In Chica- And broilers, too. Think of delicious, Md., through Virginia. We crossed sight Powerful hot day In town." go. One of these, Qeorgo Itettlg, who tender broilers!" "Bless mo, kurnel, bless mo!" extho Shenandoah river near Snlckor's slowly1 Mary Ellen was not partial lo keeplives at 210G Lelanil avenue, tells of Gap, nnd there got with Mulligan's claimed Abo in reply, as ho his experiences at Prnlrle Qrovo In ing chickens; but she only said mild- brigade and the First Now York cav- lowered his legs to give tho colonel, campaign of ly: "Chickens aro a sort of nuisance, alry, which was very good company, tho benefit of the barrel. "I wns Jest the Arkansas-Missour- i 18C2. about yo', kurnol Jest aren't they?" The story Is as follows: writes Wm. C. Eckman of Atlantic1 How's co'n "Not If they aro taken caro of City, N. J., In the National Tribune. thlnkln and "After the battle of Rhea's Mills we on this weather?" came down to the place known as properly." We went around Winchester and "Ought to be a little mo' rain, meb-b- e, "Well, do Just as you please. Fresh struck the pike at Kernstown on Prairie Drove. Here our position was but co'n Isn't looking 'tall bad." ' on high ground on the concave side of eggs would be nice." Saturday. night a consignment of Rhode "And mewls hold their own, I recki That a bend made by tho valley of a little Tho command to which I belonged stream. Beyond the creek and the Island Reds arrived. was a detachment' of Cole's Rangers, on to consider?" The next day the Iceman left the under Captain Link. He was in the "Jest about hold their own, Abe; level land that bordered It was another rise of ground, on which the gate open and the Rhode Island Reds advance. The First New York cav- Jest nbout." "That's good, kurnel. If I can't hold Confederates had their battery bidden streamed Into the yard, as if putting alry did picket duty that night. On foot on their native heath. With a Sunday many were cheated out of my own I'm still glad to see other In the woods. 'The Third Wisconsin cavalry, my, meditative eye Mary Ellen watched breakfasts. Just at that time that folks do It. Things are looking up n regiment, was at the right, and the, them as they settled down Industriousold familiar call, "Boots and saddles," bit for me, however. These yero Mr. Mary sounded. The rebs had sighted us, Pike county scandatlzers seem to hav Twentieth Wisconsin Infantry was at ly to the task of the center. This regiment started out Ellen's pet flower border. They had a and opened Are on us with three got tired of throwing me down and first. Down the hill they went, with grand time. They followed the trail small guns. We wero ordered to Jumping on my head, and mebbe I'll the fire of the rebel battery converged of each worm to its beginning In the charge. We drove them back, but get a chance to draw a long breath. on them, and across the level ground, lower regions. They took dust baths. we did not get back to our break- Dawggone folks who ain't willing for and up the other hill they made their They Indulged in vigorous leg exer- fast. That started the fun for the other folks to get along!" "Scandalize ain't right," said the way, climbing a fence to reach the cises. When the day was done and day. We had a few chargers and colonel as he moved his hot to mop wooded ground. They reached the' darkness fell from the wings of night, skirmishers with Cole's cavalry. About 3 p. m. the enemy came out his forehead. suns and a captain had planted a flag" their wings were folded contentedly "Of co'se It ain't; of co'se not Can't on the battery when the whole line of over a sense of duty thoroughly per- of the woods on our left and front, Confederate Infantry, which had been formed. and it was there that Colonel Mulli- make a man better by scandalizing "What In thunder Is the matter with gan was killed and left In the hands him can't possibly do It. Can't put? reserved for this purpose, rose up and' threw the Wisconsin men back down the flowers?" exploded Mr. Mary El- of tho enemy. He and Captain Link ambition Into a man's soul by throwwere leading us and the First New ing him down every week or two. He's, the hill. More than 100 of our men. len as he viewed tho wreckage. were left hanging on tho fence or dy-- , "Tho Iceman left the gate open, and York cavalry, but the rebs were too, got to bo encouraged If yo' want him Ing In the woods. tho chickens got in," said Mary Ellen much for us. I did not see any other to do his best. Have I been encourcommand but Mulligan's and Cole's aged In this town, kurnel? Has Plko "Then the secesh came out In turn. meekly. "Isn't it too bad?" county ever extended her hand to help They aimed for a point half way be- Mr. Mary Ellen stalked gloomily In- men. On Wednesday of that week some mo climb up?" tween my regiment and the Twentieth. to the house. The next morning a "Reckon not, Abe." Wisconsin. Here Rapp's Indiana bat- sign, "Shut the Gate," adorned that of Captain Link's men escaped, and "No. sub; no. suh, 'cept by one solitery was set op. The Confederates feature of the domicile. Mrs. Mulligan, under a flag of truce, tried to charge the battery, and every About 10 o'clock excited squawks went through the lines to Winchester tary human being, whoso name Is Kurtime they were driven back by a rain and the furious tooting of an auto horn and brought her husband's body to nel Harper. You run to co'n and rose on the air; and as tho car whirled Martlnsburg. We covered the retreat mewls, and yo' work 22 men on yo'r through Winchester on the north of plantation the year round, but that on the king of the flock, the resplendent rooster, lay a mutilated wreck, by town. I was sent along with 23 or don't prevent you from seeing nnd First30 men out behind a stone fence to realizing all sorts of situations. the roadside. "I'm awfully sorry, dear, but the hold the rebs in Winchester until, ly. I went Into the late wah ns a priGeneral Averlll's cavalry came from vate soldier. I came out tho same rooster was killed today by an auto." Berryvllle. But we were cut off be- thine. Drat their pesky hides, but "Why don't you keep them up?" tween the two lines. We had a, they were making captains nnd ma-Ja"You said they were to run out.' and kurnels, while I was pouring So Mr. Mary Ellen spent the eve- guide with us, and he led us through, ning mending the fence around the woods and brush and swamps till out my blood for love of country that chlckenyard. He was not an expert we struck the old dirt road to Mar- - Is, I was willing to pour, which Is the same thlnt;, I take It." carpenter, and his hands looked tho "'Bout the same. Abe." paternally worse for the experience when he replied the colonel, "oxcept that the. came in. bullets don't hit yo'." "Did you get any eggs today?" he "When tho wah ended I run for ofasked warily. fice, same as all the rest. They owed I guess chickens have to get "No, me an office for having laid down my used to a place before they lay." life for my country, but what was my The days passed and still the eggs reward? Kurnel Harper, I reckon yo' refused to apear. can remember that I was knocked out "Maybe It doesn't agree with them h'Isted 20 feet high snowed under to be kept up," suggested Mary Eltill yo couldn't see the top of my hat. len. That's the way Pike county encour"What in thunder can you do with aged me to grab hold with both hands You can't let 'em run and, them? and climb to the top!" you can't keep 'era up." "Yes, I remember about that," "They are a problem," said Mary mused the colonel, as he watched a Ellen sympathetically. "And it takes dog rolling over and over In the dusty It Wat Like Shooting Into a Flock of so much of your time to read up about Chicken. street chickens. It's a shame. You never "Then I turned to law," continued get to read the magazines or new of grape and canister. It waa like Abe as he hitched the chair over to books or anything any more. That shooting Into a flock of chickens. The get a brace for his feet on a' post ot Confederates spread for a moment last book I got was a corker, Just the the veranda. "Kurnel Harper, nobody and then came back again to tho kind you like." on the face of this big earth will ever Mr. Mary Ellen sighed. A few days charge. They were piled five and six know how I pinched and saved and later he said, "Those chickens are "high in front of tho guns before they starved and worked to get that law scratching themselves awful." were ordered back to their lines. business down to a fine point Did greased.' "Maybe they ought to be "Evening came, and there was no anybody encourage me? Not a critter. "Greased !" raore fighting, and in the morning Not a pesky varmint had a kind word "Yes. I have heard that when chickwhen we expected to be attacked we for me. If I'd known yo' during them ens get to scratching themselves you found that the enemy had loft. So struggling times yo'd have been the ;have to catch them and grease them He Led Us Through Woods and Brush we went down and took Van Buren man to open yo'r wallet and hand me and Swamps. and Fort Smith. There was not much about the head and the wings and such, out $30 or so, and tell me to pay It trouble there. We came down from places. It's a mess to do it." back in my own good time. Yes, that "Not for mine," said Mr. Mary Ellen. tlnsburg. It waa night then, and we Tould have been yo, kurnel." ; the high ground into the city after had not had time to eat our breaks no hen lubricator." an engagement with somo Texas rang- "I'm "Yes, mebbe," doubtfully replied the "But dear, they won't be healthy If fast yet. It was a beautiful mooners, and we found the place deserted light night, very quiet. Lieutenant colonel. by the men. The secesh were on the 'you don't grease them.' "Wall, I got to be a lawyer. Then ""Then they can pine away and die, Wesley Mann was In command. We what? I wanted practice. I finally other side of the river with a battery came in contact with a ssuad of 'em." and they shot canister and grape ,drat cavalry, and I had my horsa got a case and went Into court with "It Is a shame for you to have to acrosB the water and up the streets. killed. Cole's Rangers came In, well It, but the pesky Jury was lying In am We put a Union flag on the courthouse, work so hard. I wish you did not have bush to throw me down. Yes, suh and they uholled It, but their aim was them. You are just wearing yourself armed. I ran along a deep gully un- had the purtlest, nicest, cleanest case And they til I thought It safe, then I came out. yo- - evor heard tell of, and that Jury good, and the flag stayed. With out over those chickens. not nil their firing they did not hit one don't pay, either. They are not worth I was not long without a horse. My was bound by law and evidence to new mount was an old swaybacked man of us, but they did kill several It" bring In a verdict for me, but I got tha hogs and ono woman." Tho next day somebody called and horse, but nevertheless she took me cold flop instead. They brought my said Mr. Mary Ellen, with a twinkle to Martlnsburg. I got there Monday client In guilty of stealing a hawg about 3 o'clook. I bad had nothing, In her eye, watched them depart. Not Yet. when ho was 30 miles away at the to "Yes. I did work hard." said Mr. few eat since Sunday night except a time, at the bedside of his dying When some Union soldiers were pieces of hardtack. Early's men scouting in the mountains of western Mary Ellen that night after supper, were leaving there, and I slipped mother. Do yo' call that encouraging ' North Carolina thoy camo to a cabin "But I didn't wind that. If it had through to Williamsburg, Md., and a young man, kurnel? Wns that givIn a clearing which might bavo been paid It would havo been all right. But tbere I found my comrades. They ing mo a show to clfmb up? across tbo sea so far as its being there Is no sense In going on with a thought I bad been killed or cap"Can't skassly call It that, Abe, hut disturbed by tbo war was concorncd. thing that does not pay." If I romember right, they found fresh tured. "Not a hit." said Mary Ellen blitheLuziness was iu the air. The hogs pork in yo'r client's house." slept v.bero they had fallen without ly. "Only not evorybody has the senso "They found meat there, of co'se, Change for the Worst. a grunt, a tbln claybank mule graced you have to see It." Chicago Post. but waa It the meat of that yere hawa , Some boys of a Michigan cavalry regi-- or some other? They never stopped 'round and 'round Iu a circle to save ment, revisiting the scene of a scout to consider, kurnel Jest throwed th Had Earned a Rett the effort of walking, and a lean, A man who gets a Job nowadays near the line between Virginia and verdict agin me In order to crush me lank man, wlmuo garments wero tho color of tho niulo, dozed In the shade under the civil service has to work. North Carolina, came to a Cracker's oct Same way In the second case, of a sycamore) and let time roll by. If he doesn't, he Is fired and a real home, which formerly stood within the and the third and fo'th. No matter "Hcwdy do?" shouted a soldier man is put In his place. But it was state of North Carolina, but which, how many witnesses I had or how plain I made my case, no Pike county when the man nhowed signs of lift. not like this In the good days of old. owing to the relocation of the bound"Howdy," camo Uiu answer. Senator Bankhead of Alabama, tells ary line, wu then in Virginia. One, jury would find for me. How many of the boys asked the old lady how rimes have yo' to flop a young man, "Pleasant country " tho story of a man he met on the, he liked living In Virginia. She re- 'Kurnel Harper, to kill off his ambl "Fur them as likes It." street In Washington years ugo when plied: government had hero all your life?" "Lived civil service In tho and take the fight out ot him?1 "Don't like hit Tain't healthy like tfsn'Bout to times. I reckon." " The southerner Hpat pensively In, Just been established. North Cay'lenla. Never used to have, the dust: "Not ylt." "Jest about fo times, kurnel. After "Well." said the man. "I'vo been, working myself to death for the beat no rheumatics; now I got 'cm all th' that fo'th flop I realized that Pike Perkins Was Collected. county was agin me as a lawyer, and thrco months trying to got a civil time." "I understand," said tbo Investigat- service appointment, but you can bet I Went Into politics. Tbere I was Japanese Ration. ing officer, "that you and Private your life I'm going to tako it easy flopped agin." The rations for a day provided by Perkins were calm and collected when now." "But yo' won't have to go to work, the explosion occurred at tho powder "Well, I suppose you failed, through Japan for each of her soldiers in the will yo', Abe?" queried the colonel magaxlne." "Never In this world, kurnel; nerei lack of influence," sympathized the field are three little bags of rice and a bunch of dried vegetables. "Well yes, sir," replied the This In this world. That's what Pike em senator. slowly. "That is, I was calm, "No," said tbo man, "I've gotten means rice for all three meals and a ty wants to drlre me into, but aba vegetable addition for dinner. but poor Perkins, be waa collected." tho appointment." ball never succeed." Charge and Countercharge at Prairie Qrove It Graphically Related by Veteran of Chicago. Mlni? JrS IIn!et ,,m, l,:m rwj' c.." iviuMtcd In .tuto of Dull . 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" Hume Trtttsuat lor sol-til- er Wom2k m .... 4 iwli infcWffii"l'ww''MJt 4.l. V ERECENPJrGE COUNTY - ! TUESDAY AUGUST 20, CHILDREN'S DAY All Children Admitted Free 21, 22. up-lin- m Races and WEDNESDAY Special Trains from LOUISVILLE DAY e THURSDAY DERBY DAY Special Attractions Liberal premiums for all entries uncqualed by any County Fair in the State. Saddle StakeB $1C0. Harness StakeB $100. Derby Stakes $100. Don't miss the Bull 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 both old and young. Come one, come all! Come and see your neighbor everybody will be there. Make the Breckinridge County Fair the best of all fairs. Special trains and reduced rates every day. For any further information or premium list, write A. T. BEARD, President, friend, n toaflhor In a fCniale hnitoixv, the minstrel uncr)Uitfl nt tipivjnop Jilin thut Krnrwtt nmii? dculrod to ue "DIxAo" (n an cutoritnini. "WsVo" In Urn wuth before lie mluo?d merit, hut thn rocfry of Emnctt Jarfl upon her anJir(l!c nature and lie It In Nx York City lntifojAniar Iborman Arnold, ityie eminent Jlnyfl, "wilio wop a prplirtc wn; inttfatoan, Mannerly of iMnntjgiprKV'y, .Ala.. writer, to prepare ptlrar venwe, wililch whksh cm-jfil J. M. BOYS Td GAMP ' SKILLMAN, Secretary. THE NAN WHO WROTE"DIXIE" u AT STATE FAIR 9 Was First Sung in Minstrel Show. wJw Is hUU living In MomnHIo, tyaie Utuit iKminett nuiH to MontnuriKy with he ltid. TJmvk Une print cpodlted to him and raund thq'x way Into In this wav School of Instruction Along Edu- i Conditions Under Which Melody Was Given' to the World. l' mlnntrej man. Uv EmrnaU. Dqcaiur JJanlol dlicovcimd the author, .living In retirement, nearly targafjuen, at MU Vnrnon, O., took him on a farewell tour, the last he evr mode, and was the nloM Wend, of To IU:a tfrrintT KmmMt In. Wa jt of Ow HimneUt oBUn .talked "Dixie," of the year brot of ,ctose iuoclfl,Uon wWi his Bttbjtxf-befor- e M Q. rUM, ywt Irmplrp-ttoa.jUm- Lhe'.frM preaemtnlon of the none. Hut, mil la aerwruUy known among tnoc Ikw -. j U FViimetfl. Ma mem hi, laM .f tttuhor at 'the Uwne wu wtlcn, and nf W jieniiu piuoh of the MornulBWd rTvr . . '. . j rviiu -- m..rnrm i.hi'.. Mpjy information that hai. vbwn .tn-- L.t te inwm jm dinoorcd Inc Ho Uie . twiw tiojvcernlnc the . .' trom ather Houroen. in Ufa connection ' v,' "" Mr, ""- - - a " 1 tScUfs ha Uvaft lio (cxeUenfse and Uio ntaUimonA was the author of "Dixie.' Playtil tintX Hang "Dixie." .The pnof3-nasmrtu that ic frxaune no tiikcn wi'.h Daniel Decatur Knvnott wcu) hnrn niir the melody that lo riuU-- l a copy Mi. Vwnon, Knox Qountor, Ohio. H3 t home In early manhood wind qpont of Uio must Kinmott told lqm Lh.it nunc luul bwjn nude and Arnold w.w the croaU-- r portion of his Ufe bpt,Tvwn sitlUw B--' foncqd to Inunwvrillw author the ogm of X and 40 In Uie noutih, the air upon hls.vtcln. Prof. ing New .York tor a fow wekw ca,oh rJwcl Arnold has the orWnnJ Hcoe In braf tunayr .He did not vWt his home for e many and propnara IU prifunt 1 lp djie liaufl until the (loath of 'lis U.i'xcal aoclqty. Vpat. Aimo'd parent and the acquisition of the litfiirtluer Uitwi that he liad tiLiycd Iho tle homrffteod rtfaJl'd ihim for a short or many "Dixie" on public occasion time. He JAvod in Chjcaso wWy yiaus, and, when top old Uo follow his (or .more than a yror before tlip wor-In praftynlon, he rrituiTKd to hta home and to the sons made Uiolr &npai,runi MotytRomes'y and that Die now: wnu lived alone. Noar the end of his life he Sqvjerol ww neconqUed to his aeoond wliff, from Buns there before the war. of whom he had been afpQnttqd, and she percyxifl Hvlns verify Uie fctpjemmt cared for him until njs In UM. lie the, urotonnor. It Js a toot Hunt Alabama soldiers Is buried in iht Kplsoofei church yard sane Dixie bj a marohlns chorus Io.ir at MX. Vernon, O., hojrtde the body of before (the luMtinnlng of hostilities In his first wife. Aliyn G. Fleming. ) th civil war. ttoAnd on niota etaunftd from authentic aouroen Mr. KlQld is of Cie quintan Vint "nixj" fwo Aung In Eu- f,uta- " " and W, Polbly Nashville before lit was pro- duood In New York. Kmmatt wran itrjavfl- Bears the r&tom BLhmiA Iru njul vLvltAd l!i tnin. Wgaauraof Honed during January, 1809, iMjarly ons or k-fTn-nenwm d-p- Ui , a mtnstrclcumiunynlJnuaffly,4&9, BIO DAYS 6 fl -- .SEPTEMBER. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 .AT THE. cational Lines to be JOnankforit, Ky., July 27. One hun-- j dnod , and twenty boyp, rreeentlng every ooun,ty in the state, will be cornned on the state fair gTpiutyi i Kentucky State Fair LIBERAL PREJilltMS ' OFFERED Daily during the atate fair to along school of Instruotlori eAtend agrtqol-tur- n al RacesFree Attractions Clean Midway lne. of Agrlcultuna has arranged with the Bxtenalon univr-jreitdepanUnent of State for which cytoampment, will the (boys' furnish railroad fare and moats for the hoys during the enoarnpmpnt. The .military deportment of the ntaite wflj be asked to furnish Che fcenta aa tOnvt everything will be fnee tp the boys who are chosB to reprcmnt tins counQopnmi'vicmrT JJm--man LBERATTS BAND Parmer Boys School Encampment RKDUCSO RAILROAD RATES S20 k J. i.. PENT. SCCV. paul jones suii;pNa For Information, Entry Bleaks, Catalogue; Address LOUISVILLE. KY u v CASTOR I A Blamed a Good Worker. TiKMYNRtTfAfitTSlMctt ZsstfZ&u lvr4 Ul . lillllWIW xnK M IR7 HJlAIMUlUHl II. Ne-- v KiJ long. AcnxUn? to the intirerK .facto perfUUv Tor the aXaXrttVOle uf n first production of the npmt " llroadiway. Nw Yoi k, in November, 18t9, Ilrypnt's troop. Uvo wlUlc nilnntpelfi, aihor itlw-- w a wllth Jocab?d ' ! IrtvwitJ-- l. Dovelopmrmst jliave jsUturn ito the irte- - "Dixie."1, i iuiult njd tluvt f.he mhh; incni was at Ai a banquet tcavViretl Hmmctt in wu hIvwi public hranlns In 'the naii'h IxjukTvUW, Ky.. In U96, Mr. ILojh .time provlouw to tills dvite. M " AO,n a euest and there muide .u nUttemont a matter of nvvonrt tluut IhU in Die denilnK ail rcftponfldblllty for 4,He ulaim. tlvo nwi. I dale uf thu flrnt imtilAaUUm of In his statement, whjuli is mot a rticord in the peraonal belb'f of IAA ii. I T3il of memory but one of ibhuuk and spent muoh time plo'i-In- s Ftcid, 'who hoi wlUU', itlie Jiflwupu-ixrhavlns puhUniioJ tevto the matter. (Mr. Ftald lias a It at iiie time, Jw told of tlwi nionner mewn of the Brypnt perforffnaJiiQe and In wlilpli the mlaiake oucunvd. A lady the njppm,Nunac is furtivor authrntipatcd by jvofcTiims nnd inowfljiapiiT pllppinita Initlw nunsofilon of OuJunol ,T. A(laton s ...,,.,....., "I bjamod my neaott Air sevrre olrcvi EnuiiU'a riihi to tilve honor of Hie In my left Okie for two year,' imrltes vans, Danville, Vn., "hut I know W. authorship of "Dixie" la to firmly now U was indigestion, an Dr. ifQin'd that it awma almost tiuaus at this late dote ito qontrkuilii New Life IMUa oompetciy cured' ma.'" Jdwjr and kAdny silly ntAtcments horn of Ignonunoe. A Beat for stomach, troubk, iconaUpatian, hoadaphe ca lady wtriter in a Qheop maxulne hat , 2te. at Ml Druggets. Atltm1 ifkk rfi ilontiul mat i Anuwi lit it Will 6. Hays was the itjrue auithox of City. . 'n Bryant'B rnlnotrols In ur. ws Unuiwn. V Mr. t,ory told own KmnvU.' Mokl provioua to tho uMthor's dcnidie, Ci to the effect tlmt Ixm JlryanHwd att'I dirtlnuus of a jxjw diinoe .to ouvctiule tlioxhow. KmnnoU wua cairmlsKlomtd to prujviire It nnd wW) nWt until itIviti itrnn fiatunOuy the followlne MoiiViy 1n which to do hto wiork. KmnioU tajtnl ho luul pluyed tin air of "Wxie" fur nearly a ytur tve vraiflsj ItHvav-ir- v (proynliQua ,V iwrltilne tooen (popu'u with iiim on ills tour, biifkire t,lie (Niw York pnon-!rOn WiU dui) Novmmtoer SunOiiy In Now York live vwrae Umt Hu tfone M.0" In tiiaUnry us sy.mbolUwl of u land, the wpnVi .Uioit have JrtUrrnd 'Ipyttl hupt on a)aKt$ vnry mlviilaod sfrund, were writ-teUs pruduulon .Utu foMawim; duy walk-around kpu-tho- rn !i5k One K Fala Pill,' then TaHa it Buddsh., the great ireilelous teacher of India, has at the present XJme about 300,000,000 followore. Qonjujcnsod (Into ten sliont pnecepts, his doctrines may bo given as follows: 1. oin the meanest insert up to man ,thou eluiiU kill no arlmai whajboavr; 2. .Thou fJiait not Meal. 3. ,T,luou ultait mot cuuwnlt aduttjory. 4. T)hou abujjt petik so word thpjt Is fatae. C. ,Thou eha.lt drink no wine ox , Ito Intoxicate. t 6. TJiou shiUt a,vold all iuigf r, Jiatnsl , i and b.ULcr huiKuage. 7. Tiliou nhnlt npt Indulge In idle or vain 4alk. 8. iTluiu slialt not thy t) goods. any-Uij- Biddah's Comnaidneits. ties. of tK county The.' Munerlntcndcni hea in eaoh ooutty will be dlnoptad to heAoTra. oompeititive exanVnilon for boys between the eges of 12 and 17! and the boy obtaining the highest ' grade will he appointed pounty The pjapexs will be ap. proved by member of the .state board of ailculiture and a professor from the State university so ,that poll-tinor favoritism will not cner into the seleoton of repnesentafveo. Professors jrnm thej exttenslon department of the university ,wlll In- -, struct ,ihe boys in agricultural matters eacjh morning during the encampment and In the afternoon the boys will be taken ito the' exhibits of live stock, grain, etc., and explain why the premiums wore awarded. Each atudent will be noqulnefl to e nn essay tor their local paper upon their return home, stating what they have learned at the aqhpoi erf and rwlatljig his expenlejv:es during the fair. -cs wp-lt- Condensed Statement of Condition )F THE- - v Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAJW, KY. At the Close of Busiiess Joe 29, 1912. . RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.$197,018.36 11,948.43 Cash in Safe Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 17,504.00 Stocks and Bonds Overdrafts 540.33 Real Estate.Furniture 2,000.00 and.Fixtures ,UABIU17ES. Capital Stock ..$25,000.00 Surplus". Dividend No. Deposits.,;.... 30 27,822.10, 1,250.00 227,742.54' Almost Lost His Life. Total $281,814.64 Total $281,814.64 Eay. Far Neuralgia, battar than Anti-Pai- n athlnf ia Dr. Miles' n. Vaaa hy thauaaatfa Pills wiom Nw York hud no In iho Muih, iut rnfotvod to on iJons Island whVh Iwtd boPn a .form named Dixie, in Uifi Xht Df nib.so-quetnfounaVori unearlhcd this pjolm la kiwnm to be ridlculaiiw. i 'Ampw wrltfTs and publishera it has ever teem a rtour,ne of mystery tluvt If in Now Mia sfanjr was ttrift prpducrd Yiwk in the fall of US9, how It boqame whole ao 'snuitenrKgy papular over Ui south a Jilititka more tMri u ypar lutor. Many peraujiH nuwiiln, oontnnd thai J,Ww hoc was wll known IhrpuBhout the south cvfn before Wie, civil war. ntade o Ttyto tVemet tJhv lil th.t ,lhw tywHwr to Mr.; liwvtuntuniuous wrjt- UUely pn uccxsj n U i far a gaaaratlen a llennkl ulajnted the aunK ni I"'! Thsy have relieved neurautla In my head in fifteen mlrute. 1 hnv slo taken them for rheunuillMn. hniil-aehpains In the biibrt, iouihucli;, wiW ami enrache rml irlns Iri thI havi found nothlm,' to limbs. them uuU tiny mo k.l that U euual , claimed for lh"i," J. W. BKIX3K. Hhie 8prlngH. Mo. At all druaalsts 26 doss S6 Lenta. Nevar toia n bulk. 'MILK MEPICAU CO., Elkhart, Ihd. e, - Those who have suffered from neuralgic pains need not be told how necessary it is to secure reThe easiest way out of lief. neuralgia is to use Dr. Miles Anti-Pai- n Pills. They have relieved sufferers for so many years that they have become a household necessity. 1 have taken Dr. MIW Antl-Fal- a Pills for five years aad thy are ths only thins; that does me any rood. Wei offer One Hunclncd JlaUura Ho,t ward for any cam of njtfirr;hj Mini be cured by Hull's Catannh Cure. V. J. CJiENKY & CO., fTwImdo, O. We, the underngtnedj luive known !. J. Cheney for the last 15 yepf, andi be-- 1 lleve him perfectly honorable In aTl hul Discouitinj the Bill. ' noun trajisafltlonB and CtnaokUlyi ahle to ,Wttond jls your wife going away for uarry out any otoUguXJeiiB nvulo by his the sunxmer Wpiiding, Klmnan & Mars-!firm. .Northalde No; I couldn't afford It Whoimafc DrusKiits, Q'olcdp, 0. so J put up a Job on hr. opd now Hull's Cufcuvh Cure is iaken Internal- nothing on earth can biduce her to ly, uniting dlixctly uppn the bipod and leave town. of tlie vjityn.i mivyiua Aunfapf Wtwtend ilc,w dkl ypu jnunage UT rent free. Price 75c per botile. iNorthMde let Jiw catch nw flntlnt; Sold by all Drumrlata. with ihe young widow who liwp Jult Take lLuil'w KamJIy I'ills for cpntl-patior- tt across the street from iviti-np, o ToVJ-nuontu- bi How's This? S. A. Btid, of Mason, Mitch., iw&ll forget his terrible Oipopure ito a rncpit- -' leas storm. "U gave me a dreadful cold," he wxitej, "that causyl neivere pains in my cheat, so it was hard me ito breathe. A neighbor Kave nie Wivoruj doees of Dr. IKing's Nhw Dls- -j cowry which brousiit great roUtf. The a, doctor SAld I wu on the vorge of hut to continue vtii thp Discovery. I did so and two bottlps uncd me." Use only this nui:. safe, ralbiole medlclnu for cough, iyldJ, or tuty throat or Jung trouble. J'riicp .'As an,d Sl.Oa Trial bottle free. Ouurunjterd I by Ail DrivggLsts. nwr The Only Bank in tke Ctranty on the Henor B(oll. ' j fr Correspondence Invited. Accounts Solicited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARNARD, President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. prieu-mani- rojn-plete- iy 9 AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and. Return car meets all trains. Telephone or call, at, our stable when you want to leave. Hartford , ruble ledger, Mk'Mt ."fWr .Kivvy) VJfAC I (kvwrvs lirug The prpiaa from Horiford people for hero the simple hucktjhrn bavk and glyoerinetmiHUve,.Jui)wn as Adie"-l-kThlastnipje German tiyne&y first botiune fanious by curing Bflftftndjke.Ula and It has raw been iliscwval (that A 31NOL.E DOSE reile,vc tux. fnmac'i, (as on the atpmach and coivitiUUian tN'-- ( 8TAjNTi.T. ia orjy, rsvn.eOt' ich naver tail t t i fntro-duoUi- ar a. Druggist Deserves Praise. Cp, OJUo'County A vbv aniount o ill nqalUi la due to oUrCfition. Whon Una atopiuviti falls to perform Ms functions nrpnciily whole system becomes ilermwcfl. A fc,w iloss of Cb.iiiber'lAln'a TuWcIb li all you necil. They will otrmgthfn your alvcr, onl cUccmMon, reculots your bpwl, enMrciy iWi awny wWi Uiai miserable teefng due to fwi'4jrt AWwitUm. Try It. Many oth tmntUrvd , PER &, CO M"&rtforci, Ky. Call on The Hirtfortl lepuklican for lnlite 'ir ji ers taAVS, betv pvmanenUy iw. VpVTJPI mm9gm er. cured-m- hy Fine Job PriiUnt w3ti t w lafcuadUtMfcJ rfj A rr- - tL&kJU., I - J- - iwdwwip'fsrfWi'CPjni ru",e of the people and hi vol&e In con. Unually rnlsc-- in linbalf of tlie labor. Ing man. So muqh cannot be (aid for fctTvd nrturillriR to Inn nt tli. I Woffles Mr. Tatt or (lav. Wll'son. the Bartlom, K.v im mull matter ol the iwmml HftraW continue ,to odlty Its rcyulTs by lam. quoting .lIlKivtlly fjinin lis. It I llio Atw mitiorrtiit,lon C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER sunryfi way to Increase Hsit fl.nd wmul le n KMit wllcf to Its CDITORB Jio otherwise h.ivo no opporrnadws, RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER tunity to ve both ddcs of any question. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Its motto In, "Ojidu Wrong. Always Harttord Republican. In HXXXHXXHXHXHXYY1YYYYYV ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft To Breeders and Shippers of Sheep! The Government requires that each load of sheep shipped from Ohio county be accompanied by a certificate stating the number of sheep, to whom they are being shipped, and the market upon which they are to be sold. No Bhtep can be brought into mis county from an adjocning county, without a certificate from the inspector of ' IMxtm aH communlcatioht h Hertford Rorubllean. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS reqomt. to Wrens." PREVIOUS EXPERIENCES WITH A TARIFF FOR BEVENUE ONLY Th? Tariffs of 1S16 anul 137 were .for rovwnue only. Dajr. Hobucrllxrn drxlrlDR the piper sent to ft new ddreiw roust Rle the old addrre In ranking the Unsolicited mfinnmipt will not be rrtnrnr d OdiTats In tlifrte year, u ut (tlve pro?nt market. bbIm acenmpanled t.T pctmnr. Anonymous conunUBlcatlons will recrlte no time, wtre Infatuatod with tliat parFarmers living in Ohio county are required to secure a certificate before you can sell and move shecs from attention. ticular British laolrIne. Tliey believed this county to an adjoining county are hereby warned not to move any sheep without a certificate. In 'the policy of lmporUjiK farotai-mad- c Shippers and farmers should write me at least two days before they desire to ship or move sheep to another COZT3B. at- gooLs. Such a policy was cspqctaWy county; stating the exact number of sheep to be shipped or moved, to whom they will be shipped, where they ...13 Isfaotory to "the South where tlie rtave Jtesafb. 3U.rrz are to be sold, over what railroad they will be shipped and the date they expect to ship. labor was free. But it did nojt prove Shippers waiting until the day they expect to ship or failing to state the number of sheep in applying for KJIUJAY. AUGUST. 2. to the oountfy. In 1T0 citbMiolclal certificate will have sheep left at shipping point until said requirements are fulfilled. izens of Ma.itichusott.1 fr?nt a petition For certificates or further information, address: No stolen nomination goes with OhIo to ConsrreLSS praying It to "so alter the Tariff of ISIS ithat it will I'jxpct the County Republicans. labor and capital of the country from , Ohio County will cosily oast a ' lorrtgn for Co, Booseveit n Niviqrnber. On January , ido. the New Yprk Her d ald ipubllsjied an oddrew of the When did Mr. Hllles, the Taf,t Chair, workinRmen'e commltle to Die jneui over vote the Republican ticket? mayor of .the idly of New York, in whia they said: When Mr. Bryjan (extended the olive We do not come as hesars, but we branch Speaker Clark became ask what we dejn risJit, Wie ask not ' e alms, but work. Wc don't wanf u ynup now and oaat-of- f iclqthlris toThe Progressive party is 'already the thing real on rnal Issues, iuhI the It exrrcsses a fervent purpose to en- - Ulore j busburMs com contending farce with the lamacrats morrow. But we do want wiork And t(hc with oouru:e agrluullUTe. Uut, of omii-- v of ffiillcai polldo ttLt wuiUd n'lf tern In the n means pf making n lhicdllioad. The . Kentucky. in much sound and fury, and of. the ume tlmse who drew up this platform must lie nlln f Uie fX lf Uw j.,,,,,,1,.,, of the .working olases Is most time wltli a cautious 4iouanpanlninnt of know that In the nvonnge 1ioivso!ki11 It ocmUc plaUoruu were kcjf.." conipelled piteous. T,hey wan,t briead. Is tihore not iMr. Bryan's jnanasers wens " wcasol phrases, each of wlikili nucks is farm products which .to imko up I .m to cancel his engagement to feature In a onoush in the city? They want clothi'i. tho meat out of jtlie preceding most of the oo.st of living, and it Is town In Qha,mp Clark's distinct. Is .tiiere none made nawadap? Neither the JlepublUxui rmr th both xwarclly and inslmHrc iKt to House for Sale in Beaver Dam. Docs this not aound remarkably like Damocratic jtfatfarm nhaws tine Uk;ii:-c- state .that the proposed rnliutlon of A splindld cottage In the Bender ad. Itoojie are many Denrvpcriaits f An Ohio thoe days of the last Cleveland adminisgrasp of the rvil situation tivit duties is alined primarily Gounty who will cast (their tat with at the ditlon in Braver Bam, Ky., In K00 tration, whn Coxle'a arnvy was abrpad? we arc now face to face witith grpat furnvcr. the Progressive parity in November. of Prom 1847 to 1857 the expenditures condition, and ' Including four town lmlus,trial evolution whlohr unless frank "Yet. again, consider what .1h IUI-- j ' convention ever hold by tlie government excelled its rcivenucs by ld at once, ncsldcncn ly accented as such .by Ue Kavirnmenilt, tlmore pUtform snys alout the trusts K 'The largest tmy party In the Founth Congressional I21.p0.909, and the public debt increased will become an Industrial revolution. Thnre Is much sound 4ind fury In the ls now being repaptrcd. A bargain Is Says Three or four of tho issues Invqlv.'d con4uqWd .by .the Progres-.aivo- s In ithe same period 113,149,628. In lSrtl, Declares Col. Roosevelt Wtrici for a drastic rnforccinent f.red. Call on or uJdrrm., .. .. whan a Protective Tariff .was enaptied by yesterday. ait, Etlzabethtown In (Uiis mooment have ,bo'-touched of the law. Ttvre Is loud d- BaltimoreFlatform Avoids BABNDTT & FOSTER, the Rjejiubucans, Ahe public debt had Inon by tli,e two parties in tholr mnnd thai It ,be enforced not merely campaign creased nearly fttfiVOX-O- , That and the exHartford, Ky.' right of the peon to have by civil, but by criminal, procreiVng. 3Stf Real jlssnes. cn.trttiu1tion by Belmont to help rtect penditures exceeded .the receipts hy their representatives r,cally represtiat Ther Is a purpose cxprcss'id to anieml was In 1901 president Democratic tor tlie period. tliam, thje r.'glt of tlie people to embody It so that tli Supreme Court will no olely in a spirit of patriotism, i It became ne,cosiary, under Bucha N&w York, July 25. A bitter attjvk theilr sense of ciwlc Justice In tliwir longer ! able to how any irnfctyy in nan and the Tariff of 1S37, to obtain upon befh the Bpublican and Domo- - statute laws even over tho objection of Its construction. If this portion of Uit It te impossible to sot a bad opinion loans to meet the expenses of (the sov,erV cratip pirties was made Jy Mr. Boose-ve- lt reacjtionary counts, tlve cost of Ihilflir, platform means anything, it means ot .Taijt from a Democrat. They alte all men,t, and the isame condition of affairs in nn article entitled "Platform Uie tariff problem, and the trust pnob- - tliat till anti-truLiw iw fo )u m.ulp alter RooseviOlt .though. If you ao not prevailed wihon the n Tar- In,sjncerily," In the lem. On all these matters bo'h partle of 'sucji which appeared a Qhoraot-a- Uit M would, :w toeVeMe this try the next nermacrat iff bill was agitated and enacted Into cument issue of the Outlook todoy. Tlie have apokn kiudlj-- , but on no one of Pred.'jit Van Hise has shown. If lityou meet. They know iwho .they will law. Our exanexlencep with a ! ' Colonel .ad! them has cither parity spokn clenrly. erally applied, rtop uU business l lywe to beat. nave ibefn anything but ".The bosses of the Democratic party "What the Baltimore platform says merely by business nin, but by farri satisfactory. .BoohtsjUar Democxat and. and the bosses of the HepuWicau Tiar.ty on the tariff and the trust illustrates ers throughout the United states. Ilut lost year the Hartford Herald though Crwonlale. . 'j , i i JiH:! alike hav a closer Brfp tlian 'ewca- - be completely what I men. It first de farther on In the platform cqiih Ht 'ierfeaty horrible" ithat Judge OUlea, tlie fore on the party ma.ah.lncs in tlie Stat clares that protective duties are un- weasel .phrase for IJiIs did not resign before the elation. Now ajro, and in the nation. This crooked control constitutional. If ,the Democratic par- for int connection with the Oie Sided Reciprocity, it to quoting, with evident approval, parties by Wie benefi- ty is sincere in this bpller, thn It Is law oiK'urs .tlie further pleas to sliqw that Governor JWfeokU flit mho's the popular candidate in Can- of both the old resign unJjUJaftex. the ada? Why, Wllaon, of course. Why? Be- ciaries of political and business privi- necessarjiy committed to a conntruc-tloUie platform denounces any utteinfit to Wilson aftoiad not expect any of the constitution which would enlarge or magnify by Indirection the eCecrttoa. Oonfitetaucy, Thou ant a JfwAcause ihe's committed to a ppllcsy of lege renders It honelCs to farneaohlng fundamental from gravely impair the powers Thich the powers of the l Kavprnme.it, tariff Deduction with free trade as its Whole the jHanttond Herald is looking govYrnmetiit has employed , pime ami and insists that Federal rvwide fir objective point. listen to the either." ultimate Jit might pay up quotations fnom us Atter putting this woke in tlie .wh?.cl time aetln for industrial and social Interstate commerce shiill be added v, Halifax Herald; etune attentions .to itHe quotations wih'lch of .the two ldex political parties, Mr. betteirmcnt. If it is unconstltutlonai to and not be substituted for, State reave-d!- s. , If .the Denxoorats win in .thie Npvember re being publlahied Tnom its oancMdate aitjbenclon to that Invpose protecitlve duties for the This is. In effect, ine-el- y Te io dee&eatlon, and all the political tfena In RoWsvoR .turns ills tor OPeaWent, wJiencin iie denounced s, action at Chicago. He of helping then it .Is clare Uiat the portion .taken, by tin Ls prpljable that faith born of ids tgsmitea labor and charged among-- ' oth- dicate rtjiir Aucoess, it unconstitutional to lay on .Inheritance Supreme Count In tlie sug.u- - ca.--p nia'iy the administration and Confines." will said; , (to gain the er things that labor "The best oviWt or a llborated party tax or an income itax for tie purpose ymrs ago was correct .whop the By advising her to give up .the Jhot, set .to work to Jop off the customs most wages for the least work. exists in ixten-itothe r.evolt of .the Pro of oquaUz!ng burdens and Court absolubnly ciirlnR a mn.sou(a'd exhausting task of doing .the family duties. greHslvies, wiio have o sucoeisafully work better fd.Wrib'utlon of wealth; .ibfl It the anti-trulaw In the namo of baking, and insisting on .the purCanada will, therefore, sfiure prache nine In Handin County; iwhjre tically all .there may ibe of ari( vantage ed out tlielr imtnol in PAnnsylvlanla, is Mnconstitutlonul to roll't't a corpo- S,tates- fights. chase of tqra .delegate votes mrtuje, qtqlon for Tart California, WtashlnEon, Oregon, iWAscon-s,lration tax, levied with tho "The nooind and fury of the Baltitest April, the'Taft County jqhalnman fiXim yie .scaling down of ithe ImpprU the Uakotus, Jvansas iand Ntbnasku. purpose of securing publicity regard- more dvlani.tion against trusts Is enRolls, on Canadian products wlViouit being im resigned and igone ovier .to ityve It is. the pant of wlsdjqm .to make uo ing corporation and trast methods: tirely in the vein of Mr. Bryan but It is raid thie entire' ReptublU committed to a course wili,!uh wpuld of this effective organlieatlon of pr.- -' then the State hank tax, inipoA-sentence for the weasel about Sfutos-tlian vote with few- owqntpjiy) will rp the sacritloe present advxuitagua gnes&ive sentiment aivd to aupifU to all purpose of negulajlng the Usuunoe rights could wel iiave lxyi suircreT- Wihy, certainly. Of (pour.se. Wihy not? way. Thv Caumty Canv,eln(tJio(n In 4UM votors to come together, .nltiiout regard of ournency, was and stMl In ed by the astuteness of Mr. Bryan's t Kll&tbethtown last iSatiunday, ,wtas a Inter Ocean. to fiast political dltfcrjuipK, and fight Ahf-It would be unMr. ltyan. Jnonsner. new Ksii'-- s initead constitutional to onact any kjnd of "There is not a dLshonnst limit H Hartford Graded Common School th now fight on tlie worn-ou- t THE HARTFORD BAKERY of again dlvildilng on und pure- workmen's .insurance Jaw ithat would the country .that coud not lOffond to The speech of Sneajtor Uqvejildge as District No. 1. Election Notice. ly anttlflclajl lines." levy a tax Jor .tlie purpose ot creating support tiie Democnatlc plal,fonm (rvilh-- a W. C. SCHLEMMER, PROP. tfpnppTiary chalrmm of the QhlcaKiO Pro Mr. iloaievn-uharaciterif-- s ,the platfund out of which s er than face Xhe honcnt and ofCiclant rneaatve convention will be a gem. It An election for the .purpose of deterice cream Served Every Saturday? Willi arou.se ontUuslasm to the hlRhuat mining the iiuastion whether qr no(t the form of bioth pa,rtie.H as "jiioiUiIh pf dan- would receive insurance; It would be Purpose of the paify and' v and Sunday. ' , und of bad fai,th." lie unconstttutlonal to use shall iraue bonds of .said (graded Gomm.j.i gerous in,slnc(j-ltpitch. In .this rft'p'Wt it will differ very the taxing power of the government, in any form, materially from that of Scnu,t0r Boot School Distriot No. 1, OUo iOoun,ty, JCy. saiJ: "The present conditions In tlie two for the purpose of Improving wiiAoh fell flat and and nound'id (more shall lasue bon,ds of a!d gTad-- d Ctanuno social panties aiyl tlie Pjlatfoniks put lonth by conditions and promoting economic gf- tflHiolaJ Ua of a lawyer to a school dlstrlat in an amount not like a fiolency. , the limit providod by sooUons l.'t both of .thorn .sli,w 'tliat It is hapml-ssJudjse on tlie and 15S of IhiM prcjent ConjHtltntlon of to got anjithtng good out of them. To "Thejne can be a legitimate dlsous., endeavor ito puntlsh tliltf !e:u!,ssion In Rion as to Alio ext-nj- t tills State, and in no event to exce-to whV-ONCE WRONG, ALWAYS Vm tlie sum rf J9,O0O.OD, for the purpose of each jianty alter;viitply liy vtlns for principle of protection should be apWRONG. providing Kuttable ground, .?1m1 ibuild-Ing- the other is .to follow .tlie course most plied, and in my Judgn"nt t .Hjipuld bo In the mUHt of wihiait purporuid to be furniture and apparatus for said greatly amrewlatfd hy the corrupt applied' for tutaUy different purpovis For 10 dayfi you a news itun telling rf Vie Pnwretplve ,'radid common KChool d'.strici, Jian b..'i bosa-i- of both." Uian thasd fpr which it lias been apwill call Vm vontlan mv store here Ufn SatunUy, tho uatUfl 'by tlie Ttruntw uf m(d giuJ.'J The Colon e) styvna to t,halt tlie plied for the last .three But It llantford Herald turns o,slil9 ito quote lonunon quhool district, and will and select a Piano JielJ Denocnatlu platfixim Is tjue one- - upon Is oulte Impossible to declare the from the editor of .this j(aJ?- - cnltlqlet-)i- s on itlie present njinol duoikbe jpt, viz: T'i wlilali .lie must center h's analytical pn!nlpe of wqtextlon .itself ojs will of Ool. Boqevielt for ithe niannor of old ColVm;e Kite In .sadd U,lti4nt from aAtait, for Ite dlsiulsses the party con.unless tlw ponstltutlon TeJt'a nomination1 flour ytvufi io. We twelve o'clock noon to lx o'coVck p. in, stitution adumUxl by Uw ItopublAcans Is interpreted In a way fcliajt wOuid u,t SAVE YOU FROM hane nothing to take .bark ami wie are on Tuesday, Aniijust Cth. i912.e at Cliloago with an atuict upon Mr. once rduoe ,us to Impatnivie in dea.1-la- g , pa. At tills election ui tlie white voUra Taft and ills ulmlnlstraUun otlt denouilng '.Uiu'use of i'lc-ra- l and tlie .wiltli TO of itihe so tranage or Btate pattonae .to control rvuHdent of aald district .wlio u,re ovtr osortkMi that "tlie platform of the cial and industrial problems which now nominojtlons to ofCU,e by any puity. Col. the age of twenty-milIs .bad anyhow." This is agents' pro- Wians and quail-fle- d confront us. , Mr. Itoasqrelt iaid: Hoastielt is now iVlg tiie Koine. The ito vote under the ConiUtutfrm anj fit. I SELL DIRECT,. Ur. Wilson wene olactad, he woild "Any uVu'laruttun of gool intention tn "If Hvenald would have us cnuige. jour laiWH of this Staite at leluttcins nf cither liave to repudiate tho piumlias FROM FACTO- because of Vwt fact, no doubt. school trustees and upon Jiool roeis-ure- a tlw llipublican piatfiorm on any nub made about Uie tariff in the Uemo-crati- c On (the xxwtrary JoJ. ItoAswlt Is with or quwutjlons ubmlwd ito a vwte iect is wndtiixd worthJ, itrst by tlie RY have no platform or else bring urn and we are ,wlUi Mm. fr.he tnauble of the poop, ai-almlrdst ration cttslble to vqte on fact tlit the proa-In tho countpy to a crash, old organs and pianos in ex-"- B witfi Wie Hienald tjdltor is tluU his po. tlie quentlon, vjz: lias broken tnost Important on ' ' v whlo.il' would make all the paivius in our '? ' v poJJUcal hide Is m Uvlck atyl lie is eo and, squoiul, by the foot "Are you in favor of the Usue of W ,was Prist llstory like child's play In! Jiarrow In his warped rUTJzan Mows bonds by Hue Trust w of llantford that .tlie natkaia.1 uoaventiun u,t . Chicago comjparlson," UiaX ne cjn see no .wrong In a Graded Common ScJiool ilstrk No. !. which nqmlnated Mr. Tuft aolwl with and he in to (f.ulJjoim and pre- of Mild district, tor tlie punpjoao of pro- such delltnruU) lyid faitth, uili flagrant "Ab a matter of fact, if tlve Demo- 9 judice) Uiat hie wuuld turn from right viding suitable grounds, uhoxil ijuHd,lng, violajUon of cv.qry qbligaMon of dejcjenny craWJo party came into iowor, tt wpuld to wmviff to uvold .Uu3 company of one. furniture and apparatus fcr ild dls and hojvas'y as to mike all its ppnnlsea doubtless break both pieUts; 4t iw.ould It all protective duties, M. not worth the paper on whlh hw are not aboU witii whom ho had furnnrjy trlot?" would act with sufficient unwi-oW Jiave not always usiined with Col. ruUd this July 23, 1912. wrtWn." aw-- 1 a. Itpawivelt and wp do not now aubttcribo In cnltjidng .tlie Ueinocrutte pjatorm auuiu uuyn 10 aive najion-wiu;- e K. D. PJJNDIETjON, Oinm'n. Factory Representative for High Grade Pianos 2n osUt, Mr." Hoottevelt u,'d: id All of his trilling, but lie L tile H. K. 1XJWB, Sw'y. Tiie same thing is true In vvliat the 49 clitunp!on of llto poopVi in tills fight 'Tlie Ufiijtlmona plaitifonm offers W. fi. T1N6U3Y, , t ctficeptlon of the us juod an example as any plat BaWiiiore platform says of tlie high 49 and liu the . J. DUKB, i X-L- At JTJl-rCFerIAv form mf itlie tist thirty ycurs nf what cost of living. It states ithat import -lueUiMds with wliicii ito tolve extjtlnj; J. "W. TAYWiB, uvmge lias .become a typical' yiqe of ApMuiean dutle on the tWCflJank of lito must' probkuns ithat cpnoern U Trustees of Hat turd Qradd Common J pauitita-U- ie ,Yc1 iter o'n , uvo,'(dfwic ws DWr bcfQfo. tie wUuiflfj lur Oao oumutM ijuftrioi xso, j. ny. be Jnnterlaily rnWd. isj-i-j y as Tariff the coun y from which the sheep originate. Shippers of sheep living in this county and buying sheep in adjoining counties; must secure a certificate from the county inspector in the county where the sheep are bought and mail same to me before I will issue a certificate for for soid sheep to be loaded in Ohio county to be shipped to 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 r I. D. BENNETT, Inspector, Hartford, Ky R. F. D. 3 oampe-tniqn.- ' unein-ploTe- . 'It-ti- ft44444444444ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftfti BITTER ATTACK nt unx ON OLD PARTIES of st 4V Both Have Platforms Insincerity. 11 'c "e lotsy r. ws -- . n antl-tni.- quanter-millton-doOl- ar '"" 6, low-Tari- ff st WUson-Qarnia- - ly 11 luWL JTl luiti-ttru- - Ked-Tu- You Can Make Your Wife wage-workon- Supremely Happy st j n, Bread, Pies, Cakes, - e Etc., Etc. From Our Bakery feltovy-Democr- AmM wasc-arner- y 5j5jSftftdlftAftftftAJlAAAftA5jAftftftft5i5jftif h s, LOOK! at s if ft '& it it S 1 I uinje-temt- lis $50 $75 the tt tv-qr- nt 2 3 , 'Iityl, a'jjent8.( I will'take THE and S ; ";5 JVm-ogor- ot i HARTFORD MUSIC CO. 1 ht 5 A. FAU6HT, Manaoor 1 ' lst Player Pianos and Organs it, clt-11- 2 5ltfcttaattggMli:itM:ggiggwW 1 l U J. l "PlTWTlVtpjf1l r' - TjTV !WBllM S5JS 1CTt rrr3csnc T "Tji $0qivSSfrSSS3SSSSrSS&S WAIT FOR FAIR'S .Mr. Iisivio MHl'r, t '' Big Come Down Sale! And com" to Hnrt-fot- il your tot:ln,t to pay for The H'tiiubllcMi u yintir. lT Kutuvuly, of Mr. n.nd Mns. WiiiiV-IliV. Hurtfonl, I7) ilho ijipoii I HWUf," of a fine ooj una wm nnn iimwwiviy monvliu; at 8 o'olimik. WrtJtur wii in y nfl,'irnfin (ill rnIj,H. tnwti y li ii (killii.1 vialtij; Mr. 1in l.tvy-nilw ,ioil tlTne you IIrt ' I'll!' HrHnnh, I? LESLIE COMBS PLESAED BY KENTUCKY SHOWING Jn r COWE DOWN SALE Commencing August 2 CLOSING AUGUST lO. You can clean up some money during our Come Down Sale! Says People Will Soon Realize Teddy's Chances for Election Are Better Than Wilson's Ijpxinxtfiu, lCy.( July 2 a Tlw mxr-eIn tjhnlr etfunt to of the Pror'-wHlvtonnunize Alie new tlilnd tunty in Haturrtiy 1ms fkllfnl thr- follower of Qol. llnoecU In W'U Mu.tc with tlie arrn.tit entluWusm. The inovnjn-- nt rtict'lvl a Knnatfir lnnqtu tlati ovm oxpootod. Ita must nuiKuVie j!uni"ritcr lxytlie Coinlw tjko IJoiM"Vjt lod,"ir In this State, this mornlns Ravi" out the exjriiftVi!? hl followw? ntrlew over the sltuaton and qaylnsr; of' the of fie "The uorc NnjtlonnJ PrpKrelve parAyfni Krp)uoky Satuiiilay was mpnt gnntlfyinx. The enthusla'tn aiwl oAUnrlanre was Uio iifwwpnper n,cyiuintK, "KiTom my report nqt han persons tvirticjiotcd n, the movement. It IndlcAta n la.rc? voto In i K"ii-tuck- iy - Beginning Aug. 2 Continuing Saturday, August Until Mr. John C. Ttunupicm, of HnntmffWil, I Ky,, cnnllfHto for' Cnu,-r- t fr th Jttt"'W"ni Xivun itlu in,imt-n-vUr- ui lToiirtli n- IKrlt, ituMnr Amoj:K wai vot'J". In llArtfond JWlay I - 10. 1 4V 1iluio frtim Ohio diutnty who of n.ttonjl"I the I'rnjrmwMva the Fourth ComRTtssUfiml Ulntrlot at H.lmlw'Uwtwn yf.tufiny Wfre .Mfwrf'' H. 1.. Sf'VjkM, C. M. lliriiftl, W. fi. Ttlnsley, Win. HnynlUoin iukI fi. O. llvr- rsisx. .rjf- - ? and Patrons of To tlie limit ford Graded Sahoctl: hitlld-IniTiho dslruotjion of your by live lre Wihlch ooounnqd on tiic was 3c oirt any severe Jnjurlr, but h nlshit of June 184as bnousht us faoo to baJJy shaken up. faqe with a norJoivs Altuotlon. Tou PaitmasU r It. B. Mantln'i ro'hleiwA " Board hu.s found it almoat imponsliblo f nmv itmtt vamp near belliE tVvrtnoyVd socure sultOible quartcni during Xhe by Xlne laflt Sunday 'jnqmlnB nlxout t:ti ,ln term, which rJiowld bt1nSeip- oQt which hod 5au(ht fire (In the whtsn tVkbrr 2. At b'Mt It will be ncnrViry to kitchen fjue, drj)pqd on the roof dWBvthe ahoo). plarglng Une RTTade Tihe alarm was jlvon rjulckly and In one PwUdjng gndW?" Spliool In waJ clicmUvU Jlre xtliiiaili.ir.' (wore anoitiher, loach in quajtevrs wil)eh, if seruVvl f"P the flfifinc In one of Ooppr cured, will be Inadequate to comfortably ,utombUe8, and the tolaje acQommodale he pupils .and and Co'fl. at high rent The daimae will soon txtlnKiilflvml. als. fTihe laiuranice nvoney (imomtlnr to Is covioncd amount to aljoul $100., wh; (8,000, Hoeqther with the num oX $1.722 03 by Insurance. which Ji as been accumulated Jn Ahe paU ' INCORPORATED iSivcral of th iyiounir men of iHartfond thr.oe yeans for t,hft punpose of InstallUic; a sopd hcaitins nlant. amaumta in bJI to save a bay ride irqm Hairtfond to . Dam and xqtum iWidnefldiay miWlit. 19,72293, nJiijch is tie entire amount Iiurni was aricd by the ladtos on, the available for the oonstrucstlon and fur- return Iuooth, ond ojienjayalnlo'itfcjiie wfis ntellnc of a new building. This amount. spent. Tiioae In 4ie pwly wnre Mteaw. wpwW no more than replace the old Nona Fowlkes, oT UanfMlUe, Vo.,; .Win- building without a IVatLns lant and i 1 Dlehon'- - -- ytpnu.pt -op,'S)rilht ntret Mr. V. U. Sandefor, of Narrow, left ona fftevejis Hfttle lU&ey, Vorna Ouke, tatv$tpittgii, wtn'ch would cot at least that itht's sunpius and the p?tcnt.tav can 'ie ana das movncl, Into same. . svhor Buth Rlly, Mary SpaldJnn, Maiiaart 13,000. ,Tihen, when, comjnloted, you would rate, after ithe first year, Monday for Holland. Alh-- Co. Joiner, Mary Jobvr, and Moblo Aaapti". rha,v a butldlnir wih'ioh .would, evicn now. made to itake cane of the honda It will Vig iQJllesple andiliarltajr BMnpriapid he will cngago In the rewiue scrvAoe. Mtvws. McDowell rVgie, Qpjwice Bar. not ifurnbh puflcienjt room to accoinmo- - not be In our power 1to IcVj' an ad- - their many Treads SaAuWpJ when ii? WllDAT, AUGUST Z Jpdge C. M. Crowe, .Bev. T. V. nard, Buswve Joiner, lunxta lWVsy, jE. Y. dalc.the achool. , IdttJonal-'ta- x wcoaedins huMr4' welKto QnrtiAtaro, sepuneH Moqnae'aml s, ande-. Thomas Join-- r, city; and t, JifUTWiqrd, which la the educational nor Willi it be in our powar'lo levy werie married, 'returning Sunday mom- JHoUirook, Allison Park, McH-nn- y among our pattara FriDouglas Ktollx, Bills KosjUr and oeimttir of Ohio qunty, deserves and and collect a poll 1lix beyond tho amount M . H. ft E. lailroad TUm TaWe of Oiaton, m day. qusht ,tn huvie arnqdern Mr. and Mrs. J. Ncy VkMter. wjl equipped already authortaed nould the vot b Tih annual barpe4ueklwn by lhe S Hartford, at sjlywl hulldlncr 'to which .It could invite favorable, and we are aure that a levy Mary-,-3 congregation Saturday w'aa a The QhJo County Drug Co. iha a plan ttae crd ctfMtiva Moa47 tor you 4o own a complete Silver Sergr,oat uccota. The barbrcucd 'dinner 'coneviany JJbjh School pupil In the county of 15 cants will! be nufOrJiepiW Iftaoriaa. An, aut rl On KrWay jnomlncr July. 12, 1913, the and from which It nhould not be of the--' dis- sisted of S4 tiffy 3 hogs and ahout O We pledge the vice (Kogers brand) PJt.EE of oliore-AApiaeJ o& Dtaith v,LHedtUe'ti(amiB.af Cr. pkm .today. o,.tui,inanyiay. tYour Board lias trict .that '(luring our .term, as .niombr UMhhi Kouciueaa. , ,.jipy spia out noun. about tills daily ' .it aAd Mm. Itaiwit Mypjw, QkaUn, Ky.. made considerable inquiry, fnom wh.tch erf (the Board we will do all Vhi our jplejxly;. toeXone ithe, crowd ' left and , took; J Ns. 114 NorUk Bosattr 3:40 p. a. Bov T. V. Joiner wftU preach a tlie and ckaJmrd for his own tbolr little It is jtha,jKhly convinced ithat a build-In- k power to keep down expenern to tn I in hetwwm $i0ft and m p.t ' mamfaig aft 11 count house Sunday son BTone baut Jour wa-nswhich .would meet the rotfulrements, aotual neods ' of the school, and thxt After 'vnln(g at ' funqnal aervtoea .oanduptod jby Bivj'T. both o'clock an.il Sunday S:45 a, ffe. U6 South Bouai tPreaent and' fntune, can not be eviery dollar of the surplus nhall be i o'olark. Everjbady invited, cm 8udy. to the payment pf Infianest and J. Ajqlomithe rumalns wone kyld tei rest hufllt for lens than tlSM0 and to this hb, 1:H No. IIS Boutfe Bound filiux.fi little Glenn and. ANca Kjcown In CVuie Hun oonvtery t lve X,ao,wln miW be ooded fnom $3,000 to 14,000 .for principal of the bonds. heaMiig plant, sais, toilojt tvqqms, 4U aMept 8uadar. rcaurn'nl Tuesday .from Cliautauqua, New day. While this please wU pot be binding I AN B. E. MISCHKS Aat York, whore they wnt tour .weeks takand their equipment. We ihave upon our successors, it is within the Little "Barney", pf h'.was lovingly . i ing Vvioh'wi training ond lec- caVod, was a fav.orlto'wlUi ov,eroive and t,honafone prdoned on eleodlon to be held power of the POPte to 'oloqt' memuivs j To do any kind of Veterinathe ivwa of hi .death came ry vwk. Horses, mules and uiRTat TucpuViy, Augunt 0, under iwhloh the who will abide by it. it Advtrtte your wants In Tve Republl- - tures. Gh'min. E. B. TlSNULBTON, cows need not die for want of In qhocjc .to the antlre nebftibprhxyxi. He voters anay empower us (to lwuo bon,13 on anything Make your punulia-ie" . In a num not oxu'iedjlng $9,000. lit Is ut his IW. S. .T'NSLBY, Sec'y, pro iffn. . Calls answered our store. Call for' coupons and at a had hocn In dellaaiUihtiaUi attention. lira. A. -- B. BUT wid eon. Maiter was not tlnousht to je serious iuntM probihly neqdles to fay itliat JxJnp tax. day or night. set of Silverware (Itogens brand) ABJohn euro Waiting uf. Evanovillc, lniJ. a alvirt Wine before ,hls dcaUi, wliqn ho payaxo ourselves, we to nt favor lsiu; SOLUTELY KJIKK. v vW. . HU ' Mls vrjtiU of dlsdone mciktanit to Ins ibonds far a lansor amount than Is Urn. II 11. WfddJng and FOR' FLETCHER'S amo COUNTY UHUU CO. QlvlkUuood. AU tliat loving Stands anal to conata.uicit a toulld Veterinary Surgeon Ktronor, are vistttnj! Jrlrndd nnxx OtaAo.i.j Miss Harriott Klcncr, who luu hrtd kind lkearti could do wtvs done for ihlm Ing to met the raiulrauHViits abjj at Hartfdrcl, -- ' Ky. CAIUION PAPER, J"r the jUon of office Uifliuty tor Sher Bent rraue of tliat Jie mlelut hcipancil us but all in out. dIo or black, for ealc oil The Jlejmblioan iff T. 11. Black tor name time, no WHITESVILLE not amount vain fur ' resigned und ucopted the pohUlon of thi xrftpcr, wo otie powerlcuw 4p tiffAxf. rvc--If ilieJnepVAneconDUiucttonof of(9,000 Isbuljd. Mr. and Mns. Marvin Moaley mutunved off tec. tpJd deatlu flue Hiyman waion unusually tirlgjit plilld, ins, boncls will not be mid above tlie to Puiluuah Saturday attrf sp'viding a Beat KradTofAUUON PATEH, pur. uAsLitaut postmaster. fqw weeks with rolallveA ),ane. ' pie or black, for wale nit The Jliipubnirin iMtaos Noia Kowlkai, or nanUlle, Va. tine pride und Jmy of hU doar parnMti. aniQitnt noedpd. Afc'tn, bciaie W. T. Qrcor and famf(y flpemft Swidvy liln;l office. Ky., llow they miss the lWUs fare, wm are not uny nytre dctli)wts of inoneas und Ieno;. Hani, of l'lifipqt, Wi'h Ids hroth'r of. New Pan(ther Oreck. Ii Watches Repaired oufclnjff n .SnAunliy A"vr who Iuimu hvn the guests of Jlev. T. the qweet stinUn,' and Innocent pratta of li'tf ne alioidy h'avy tax nv) pjkft by ' IVke a Hayi O'nis Greer and Miss Wlks, Hoy ltnis-tq, our ifaUow dIUkchis. An exi(InatJon of I ttl &n' V. Joint r and family, have roturiwfl to thja ovd otvs. to Ale H'Wc II und s and NeUle'BoU, Wllburn Hayaiee Tle oviii wayistliat SHit3 duurjlilne tlie ClnanokU r cords of 1U10 Board for Ciefr homipd. tnrwin. c McConn attended tlse the pant 'five jcaiw rpyrnln the faat and in. puif J uvn. ElKln, of "JelfPri4ifown for All ill.i-- i MlVlred nwivnd , Attorney "otto cTMaH f n hw t Ky..' wlio ha to'n vWltiwt .at BavOr llow wxJl it will be remembered by that tlie surpjUui wWnnc fjom (.lue prej-un- it a'. 11'caTtn.t Itidae tfxo SQUi. prouerty on . Taylor 'ixifjo Jule W. Calhoun w.ire iMr. and .tins. Bui his tax lyn for ooiol aays, 8.i yUktnK l'r Ills JidtLe pkvy4iiatie and .(rlnvds. Tpay. period hasruto aiid ftulton flonlntr tliat the cu'stfl of Mrs. J.ware Wih-atnbfyjft Clay H. amounjted to $1,021, ov,ar and painomits and little Umtlv,B we wiDl brotdw, Mr. VJnsIl BlBW, W"l Caanlly If you have a watch to be ilouui nqt for Bjnon, you jcanjnpt (bring abav tlie running expewes of Uw school ' Mnter Cnpll Fefx, whp Jia'bepn .jufCrt fawu In this city. Mns. Wave BarjtkiU and ohldr-n- , of repaired, don't leave it with a hi in back to you,, but Jive lives so puie during which tiin,a Ihfi salanira of all lnprov41d wvl ao,.lo . Wk, of The Une grado jeweler just because he bu a hao bem ;tlsed ma- - Owonhono, are apcndjlng (this wo'k with aUr around lpu.hlflflan 1H be iourrt'ii 'Urge luidv.r- - and ood as dkitjiis dear one. Atvliwhej) employed Mns. Jante McCaity, lth terilayy and ons extra God vills you liie, ou uujti be set office tools. Put him to c 'Mjw. r. A. Paul, of DonJplian, Mo., Is tUement of Uie fA PeiteaiViwn Tints is an avcrugie of a UUe ov.cr Mrs. Clyde Haynos, Owienahunp, tKnt the teat and out what he - him toruvr and owir. Mm. W. 'i 'on oiUuvViy Atxj. 10. A Wt of the turemdaMelutf, vlattdnc t hUglit or surixw Stul. ODU dollana per )4ur. Of tills amount Saturday and Sunlay' with tvu- mother, knows about watch-makin- g . ' lums oUn day .'a aW riven. H line aluoouVd Wopdjtnu-dthai 11.179 GS has bcn paid out for oipairs on Mrs. M. X. McDonald. DoatJi tjame with fnltinrtljy care. . aad how he. learned it. I have purolkasad Ithe .blacV,PUi bhe.i The openbiiK bud to liavcn oonjvcyod, OflWa 0Lll, H,ajitford, is licre vlaMIng tlw old buUdJng, on an.lndebtodne&s aris-UMr. and Mre. CTtuwiae Kieowin, of would1 be elad to If you have some watch J. A. Daniel mud u reCatjlvos. from tjhe pun;hr pf a hot air AjroJ hado lUhlowuin UifVTe. hava Dew visltln the (form- - of tIanA'wUle ; werk to de or need a pair of and ctuneral re- J.orr ahoelnr do your IjQRKNU WiHITB. and ipluivo, tiw urolvw of an en. Joe Campion and wife, l'li(Hp, idrove l panenfla hero tlii wopk. f ' ; spectacles fitted as good as i pajr work. SIumuik In .ohaiiEe of Mr. UP aun,(iiy in their auto and qpcnjt thp tiro set of Htovttt, new M.IW. C. C. WHITK, (win 'Mka Lcla,ajiu lia,nurnl .you cm get K dene in Louis- eoadbig ur navmnoiit and, for cunoreto evening with Mr.s. Conxion's moUvir, iMJIH. It 11..W1USON, " ., i l Bounr ik.m'. whti nhe had been the lti ' JBFK WATTBHSON. teiy. .wfth a new' building, none of Mrs. W. 1 MlUar. vuiffta'fraveiing jew to .'i BKtVSIB K. ACTON. i' .m guajt of Miss Anna Barn,-- . . 9o.il, easae is. ana 1 win ten Ainerlite tuturned to this oxpnoM would IvoKxe.i'-jurMrs. Joudinah for & B. H. McUarty, Austin Ranney, Bn Oknton, Ky., Juli2f., 1912. V. A. MuKeo, of Kfiox- - her Jionve at HWIimond. J, Brlstow and Oeoiwe Unookri drove Monday poriod nf at leaat ton yiara. This sur. Mr. and Mrs. hew I learned these things. Off.. tay 4))6 iwlth her plan jtuiti yitye, Tvnn., lire vtoUIng Mnn. McrVe's after aj ejttenOjqj Historic Tree Goae. nolwAUiffandliig to Owenshono yeAtorday, returning at I I have aaycid ethers money, as . McCormitk, ipcople the fact itliut for onjy ilwee yara has night Kiulmincp, Ky., JiUly ; ; they will tell you, and I will idiius.Hterf Mrs. Wallace ItlJeyiSlw "w." f yuoOner, Mr MlohaeJ Nona WodvUng, Hartfond, As Uie guest to (J In tl.9 buiUon from outside tmuiNos been, paid ""Flour "None iSuijIi." and .uwurnjianled honve by ,Mrs, rillny, wrto of Bmlnoiwe are in a liluh IvinjUMi ) save yeu money. ' on Ue wm tom dlanfitlon becauao Me large nbn JUif, to Alio HVvool Board In p,luoe of to the of her cousins, Ma,ry and ftV l!a AVed Irr CMans lust what It aays-as- alti j Prlno'cal. with a modonn building .and ding. 7,1 t W. H. Mooro & Son, Hartford. AnWj,K (, Th.r: i i' I it one of the finfnt(in filw fiiuffi, nvtilcli upfi-dslt- a "' Mrs. Lucy T. Winidluc Uoopt-- r Is apond qulp)ikemt, the sunjus ought had istnod in fropi if pie iwibafflio w V X , i iiw. V.'l I jfunVi t,hp ."bV ntrqet fair and oAflce Oen't ftirieT" - at ithe corner of the pubiki tiuare and to oActd Jtpg, pr yar and Indeed with ing hsr vaivaJon with Iter nUfo, Ml Kaiturduy HumirtiJi, JMicj y; IJIiJ.r. r O'ar.i'on reunion at , L .1. ,V."ih'1 !' erjajn, U. B. t"ii.lit, Hnh Pennsylvania for tlnve out of a unlfd eihwt on flie part of all our Mary H. Wtyldlng. 'Afig. 10v iBVb time for livrryityxly. Tk Reliable Jeweler -Mm, Laura Hlnton, naducuh, Mpuiit bwvi n)ui,HP(l doiv.fl during olU4etts to build iu itlie uoJwql, at oliould J moinory, had '. MasanH. Hkvr5i wvdavs 'wuncJifwM DehUy lirnT ?. O. My v .1 ti.d-Saburay and Sunday with Iter UrohJr, , the alBht. TJve work ds minmwod ito have bo jmvle to nai.h 1M0 orAl.009 ter lycar. und Optician. i,t x I: I'i U ). j v.. nin builncss JwiKie. ooqupltd Jon;; ll'x't a. teen anapi ,f..re.wwy by thoae whol Indeed, In f the liht of Una ahowUig Caqtaln Norrls. Y,' u l& Was: ajjiwt, Nanro.. w. by Uv B. yt. KUw m (, wtW1" M-.e Bud lUmUtonhasiaulifiiAH'flth made, we aw prmly vopvnCf?d; jojpwMl Tax-paye- 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. Hirtitrt (juUxiibtriy iilUil n,t lur yjunl.iy OCfitKiji ennly Jat lion" v re liehl iut nonnln(f. lOineral ervlx the OhnUtlan Churntfi ,: Niw Olayimiii. UH Antrinr t followid At tlieift phu e. .Mr. QuUnberry vm a nhioe of Im. It. it. WciVUne, of thla city, WU mttendl Hio fun,oral. Mr.i. We wish to clean out out surplus jiit 1 lei J0,-0- season's stock. Our prices will talk to you good and bard wken you come in. We have not shipped in any job lots and poor merchandise to fake the public. We will sell our wJio lives noar H.rt-fon- d, ro morjnlivf tflr Nov,BinJ)",r. ito ik'.Und th XuiviraJ nf hl "I Jiav.sfa mryv-aicof conmvtulnjtlons Ht4qiiilAUKhtir, Mr. Ua Dulw, .wlfo of andyUiaTiRTTrmClol. Jloscv?lt wJileh Tlhuirau Duki. Burial wvw tit l0 Owonn W utMruUmr in nlfl tiktf. t,Hln jlkl.IU9 fHMllI tM,ro ,eeniuU,ry uftfjuvqon at dovrt)0j frrtlhlWW, bi tc. o olock. BiwlOes hor husband Mr?, By tlie flrtt of Oqtober Ihc ft"o,ple liCo.vo.s one ihlid. wlQ aTCfilla- - tliat Jils cluajrwys tor ctkntlnn U W'lnm A'JarUns out of the are far, bettor tlnan tlioso of Wilson." tlw jKntioifftce We WfdntTvbtjf vtt-rMr. Jinlui Giiay, lift TJiurwlfty strictly y.tr,lay ,t,I.Ul rar tla. llpped tvoon l'oitni"itoT It. B. Marti on itlie rfijis vnl wiu ilhrowtd fcevrnal foiet boUiw Into a larjse iliole Uiat hid lifn excavated for an n.lriano to the furnace num tindier tike hiikklliu. V in rwltl marvclaurt Aluvt Mr. .Minitln The School Qnestion. tf 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. Ton 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. high-clas- s out-al- d. Be Sure and Ceme to l the Come Down Sale! a Carson (EL Co. HARTFORD, KY. 23c-per A D-v- cr Hartford Republican. i JJur-nef- ly. LMN. Ii com-peO- tax-paye- rs 8nr ter . y Ma.:lt-boun- Js PREPARED " s con-d4Ji- daim-Iitw- Children Cry CASTO'RI a: RILBY dd ( w le plc-nl- 1 ItFWd..' inl y. p-tJ- trfu-'hei- teaj-jtie- plc-nl- Jm-- I yj fur-uo- .-ii'iriS", I .j. ', yu J 29.-j- it J a -I J.B. :-- K.v:, 2 &kjtt w-n- I MHJfi(JyWWMSfl ft a mrrpnso. . . . jwonia wnre own like her to plnn It with him nnd 'tis -- The Pool of Flame By LOOIS JOSEPH VANCE Mu.tr.tlo.. by Ellsworth Ymai I Uopyrifllit net, by Louis Joseph CHAPTER XXXII. Vance Tor several minutes O'Ronrke remained beside the body, making two, notable discoveries. For be was quick to note tbe fact that one of tbe dead man's bands was tightly clenched, and,' while the other lay half-opelimp. The former was closed upon a leather thong so stout as to resist any attempt to break It by main strength, to firmly held that tbe murderer bad found it necessary to sever it with a knife. The knife itself was there, for proof of this; the sheen of light upon its mother-of-pear- l handle caught the Irishman's eye. Picking it up, be subjected it o a that, however, close examination gleaned 'no information. It was simply a small pocket penknife, little ,worn, with blades of German steel. It carried no identifying marks and told him but one thing that the assassin had been a European; a native would aever have bothered with so Ineffectual a thing when a sturdy weapon, serviceable alike for offense and defense, would have served its purpose equally well. .j From this he turned to the dagger which be had taken from the body; a stiletto with a plain ebony handle, apparently unmarked, unscratcbed, fresh from the dealer's showcase. It want nothing, save that it indicated ttfU more strongly that the murderer was most probably not a native. A 4eek or an Italian, a Genoese sailor or a native of Southern France say seafaring man out of Marseilles eaJfbt have carried it ",Oho!" said 0Rourke, speculative. A1 Frenchman, mayhap!" He got up, satisfied that he would tears aothing more by continuing bis arch of the solicitor's body. The saeatal link between the fact of the eriaae and its perpetrator was Inevita-Me- ; O'Rourke believed implicitly that 'tijrpher had been murdered by Des Treses Masquerading as "De Hyeres." he could have done himself an 4aJry la the Impotent fury aroused by evaluation that he had permitted him-e- tt to be so childishly hoodwinked, despite the suspicions be had enter jsaeaed of the "De Hyeres." 4ie felt himself responsible, since he to.wam.Sypber. Itvhad 4eee oe. his tongue's tip that after-eieewhen Bypher himself had divert-as- a the warning by his request that tbe O'Rourke could more comfortably spin Is yarn after they had dined. "Poor divvle!" said the adventurer lecain. He stooped to spread his maaekercnlef over the staring, pitiful Caoe. "And poor, poor young woman!" v He was startled by the thought of ker; for the first time H. entered Into Jfibt comprehension, until then bounded tbe bard and fast fact of. the mur-de- r. Now instantly his concern about "47ae crime was resolved into solicitude Jt3pJ3t& 8. 59U,S i18 haP" " Veaed to her? What had become of 4he servants, whose sudden desertion. bad lert the house bd slniBterly quiet? Swept on by a fervor of anxiety on 4he girl's behalf, O'Rourke glanced quickly about the study to assure him-el- f that he had overlooked nothing of Importance, then passed out into tbe tnaln hall or reception-room- . Here tbe snoet searching inspection revealed nothing amiss. He moved on to the other room on the main floor and here found himself In the dining-room- ; ,vgaln all was in perfect orden Tbe kitchen offices In the rear of he house next received his attention; tie found them completely untenanted, .having apparently been abandoned In desperate haste. Everything wbb In disorder; tbe meal he had been Incited to partake of was cooking to cinders in pots and ovens; a heavy offense of burning food thickened tbe atmosphere. he left tbe place as quickly ub pohulble, returned, .to tbe main hall ant ascended to tbe tipper story. Here he found three and a bath. He first entered Sypber's, then the room evidently occupied by Miss Fynsent, finally what was unquestionably a discovering nothing noteworthy until he reached the latter. And here be re- -' celved a shock. Thrown carelessly cross tbe foot of tbe bed was a woman's evening wrap, while on the bureau Were gloves, long, white and fresh, but wrinkled from recent wear, and a silk-Tell. Plainly these were, the property of the fourth guest, whose place feed been set at the table below, but of whose identity he had not been apprised. Presumably, he reflected, she' (whoever she was) had been Intended a the fulfillment of Cypher's hinted n Ae soi-dlsa- nt d a, -- qulto possible she renrlictl Rangoon . . ." . . My wife! before I. HaRllly lie returned to the evening wrnp, n fnpclnntlng contrivance of lace ntul sniln the IfiRt cry 'of the Pnrlfilan mode such n wrap ns orn. lint bin wife jnlpht well have Icyond Pnqiiin's label stltclird Inside lis dainty pocket it boasted no mark. ire stumbled hurriedly from the room nnd down the stnlrs, returning to the study where Syphcr's body luy; tortured by mounting fears, be stood nnd looked blankly about him, at a loss where next to turn, if almost prelernnturAlly alive to every sound or sight that might afford him a clue. He fought against a suspicion that crawled like a viper In his brain. Had he, after all, been deceived In Syphcr's niece. Miss Pynscnt? Had that innocent charm of hers been a thing assumed, a cloak for criminal duplicity? Had she In reality been Des Trebes accomplice? Had those clear and limpid eyes of youth, all through that voyage been looking forward to sucb a scene, to such a tragic ending as this? Could she have afforded the Frenchman the aid be needed to consummate bis chosen crime? For be was now ready p believe Des Trebes tbe prime mover In this terri ble affair; be no longer entertained a shred of doubt that his enemy had traveled with him from Calcutta under the disguise of "De Hyeres." And he believed the man had planned this thing far ahead; else would he have surely taken some overt step to prevent O'Rourke from delivering the ruby to Sypber. He divined acutely that, despairing of any further attempt to win tbe jewel from him, Des Trebes bad turned his wits to the task of stealing It from Sypher; somebody naturally much less to be feared than the adventurer. But on tbe other hand, if the girl had not been Des Trebes' assistant what bad become of her? And what of her guest the lady one of whose initials was B? It was not inconsistent with Des villainy that he Trebes' whole-hearte- d should employ a gang of thugs sufficiently large to overpower and make away with bodily 'and in a body Miss Pynsent, her guest and the servants. . . . "Great God!" cried O'Rourke. "If it be In truth my wife!" Without presage a thin but imperative tintinnabulation broke upon the silence of the house of death. O'Rourke . jumped as if shot. Somewhere in one of the other rooms a telephone bell was ringing. It ceased, leaving a strident stillness; but before he could move to find the instrument and answer the call, there rose a second time that moaning sob which first he had attributed to fen impossible source, then, in the turmoil of bis thoughts, had forgotten. He waited, listening Intently. The telephone called again and again subsided. Then a third time he beard the groan, more faint than before, but sufficiently loud to suggest its source. He moved warily toward tbe windows and out upon the verandah-hound- ed by the v telephone. But that would have to wait; here was a more urgent 'matter to his the long, insistent rings the moaning was again audible; and this time he located it acurately. It came from the lawn, .near the edge of the veranda. He. stepped oft carefully, but almost stumbled over tbe body of a man who lay there, huddled and moaning. "And another!" whispered tbe adventurer, awed. "Faith, tbis Pool of nnqiir-Rtlonnbl- floor, 'beneath tho "blare of the lamp-lighdid O'Rourko hnvc an opportunity to oliscrvo his features. Hut now as he dropped to his knees liosldo t, HAVE YOUR SUITS J Directory Ofeio Oovxnt3 Circuit Court T. F. Wlrkhtftd, JudRe; Ben 1). HIiiboJ Attorney; W. I'. Mldklff. Jnllrr; E. a. Ituirune, Clerk; I U Felix, Muster Coininlhloner, It. T. CoIIIiib, Trustee Jury Fui.tl. T. II. llluck. Slur-- , jvwiwh. itr, jiarumru. jjiuuw- - m. u. Dam, O 1'. Jine, JUmto f, V, 1'. Cup, iMwltiAi Court lord, flrM MiMHluy in Jm Ivrnary and urn Umi( U.ric wi.kn, tint tl AhuiOfi) In Al ril OUuLi two wixk, UiltU Auiulny in two ovks. County Court, II. H. Wedding, JuiIko, W. S. TliiPlty, Clirk, C. U. bmltli, Attorney, llurtford. Court tciiMiite flint Monday in each month. Quarterly uuaitcrly Court Btcins on the fourth Monday In Fitruury, Mj, August utid Nov ember. Court i'f Claims Cnnvenv first Tuesday In January and first Tuisduy In October. B. MoxQey. Other County Otfictrr-- C. Sureyr, J'orilhvllle, Ky., H. F. U. No. I; JJernurU Velix ,Astvor, Hartford. Ky., It. F. 1). No. 2, ilinry Leach. Supei In undent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Illiey, Coroner, Hartford. JUBT1CES' COUIITB. B. 8. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after .ird Monday in Murih, Tuceduy after 3rd Monday in June, Tueadsv after 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday ally 3rd Monday In December. y .E' ,hcott Cromwell. Wedneday after 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday alter 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after 3rd Monduy tn September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John H. Miles, Iiockport, Friday 3rd Monday In Mai ch, Friday after after 3rd Monday in June, Frlduy Monday in September, Friday after 3rd 3rd Monday in December. after 3rd Monday in March. Saturday ter 3rd Munduv tn .ini,. u.i ,...,... . ?n2.ayJn September. Saturday Monday in December, .c' Cook. Henfrow, Tuscday after 2nd Monday In March, after in Wy. 'Tuesday Vfter 3rd MonaaS Thomas Sanders, Olaton. Wednesday Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Amy Wednesday after 3rd Monday August Wednesday after Ind Monday in HwmL In yj8a:trDiYJaiu: the body, his wondering cry testified to immcdlnte recognition. The latest name to bo inscribed on tho long nnd blood stnlncd dcnth-iol- l of the Pool of name was that of Paul Maurice, Vicomte des Trebes; or, If there were life enough left in tho man to enable him to Insist upon bin nom de guerre (the wanderer reflected grimly) Rnoul de Hyeres. "What next?" wondered O'Rourke. "What can the meaning of It all be DOW?" Cleaned s Pressed Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law fc Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. r llid- - Jl" aii-iiui- h HAiUTKOKU, KY. ... With each development the mystery was assuming more fantastic proportions, becoming etill more Impenetrable and unsolvnble. But be had no leisure In which to ponder It now, if Des Trebes were to be restored. And O'Rourke worked over the man as tenderly as though they had been lifelong friends, with skillful fingers estimating th nature ana extent of his wounds, with sound knowledge of rough and ready surgery doing all that could be done to bring him back to consciousness. At last Des Trebes sighed feebly; a spot of color, febrile, fickle, evines cent, dyed his cheeks; his breath rattled harshly In fats gullet; his eyelids twitched and opened wide. He glared blankly at tbe face above. "Des Trebes!" cried O'Rourke. "Des Trebes!" His voice quickened tbe intelligence of that moribund brain. A flash of recognition lighted the staring eyes. The lips moved without sound. "Des Trebes!" "Ah, special attention. 'Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressino Y. M. C. A. Ladies work given his prxufeeelon In Ihlo Will raioll and HtlJuiiilnE counties. CommorcJai and OrUiiJiuvl I'nwJtiw a Specialty. Barnes Mj. imrttmrHhUi & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. gttfierul Smith C. K. ifarm-- a W. H. BiiTOkfi and Smith announce tJwt Uiy lun'o ft'r Wie prac- Glilb, liLDd., HARTFORD, KY. tice of !a.v, ejxetgrt cirimlinal and dlvur oamtN, Mr. Smith bulmg County Aittor-&- ,) 1b rrwuTitxl Irtsn practicing such ocaeuK. Mx. UnrniB wJll lndlvldisally acct-ju- t Jn U1oub fuch practioa Hartford JtonuluMaun buUdlng, Hartford, Ky. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. &. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KT. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Also No tary Public Offlcs over First National Bank. yancyl.mosley, ' J. F. GILLESPIE ?! it Proprietors MnvDJr ASSS? "" man . . ." The whisper was barely articulate. O'Rourke put to his lips a cup of brandy diluted with a little water. "Drink," he pleaded, "and try to tell me what's happened to ye. Wbo gave ye these wounds? Try to speak." "But no I shall not tell." "But good God, man! ye've beea murdered!" The white lips moved again; the adventurer bent bis ear low 'to them. "We . . . have both lost . . . but you . . . your wife rt jes . . . the Irish- B LMSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART OR D, Ohio County ' Y. All Matters Given Prompt Attention. PENSION AFFIDAVITS' SPECIALTY. OTTOC. MAIIT1N 8. Snd'SM tad Monday 1 ... ... MMT?AyaB Kt,;."" iV, y tTursday atx'J ' "... Horseshoeing a Specialty. i day in .Bayyarur un,,r li,.,' i.Ci ,a 2nS MorI- - Sra HAIITFOHD POLICE COURT, env Pni- i- mono,. ' ,,Vint8 ' Wltaon. Juie:...J'n 11. Marshall' entverns. 8U-"- r. yrKEOTiK V- - ma ti i erreri- - wan. rTmWv "nciirJS' AfnT!0?r . ThamJm Mayor; rVCn hand.-Betwe- en ty Flame"" . . 0i He was at once completely horrified and utterly dumbfounded. Nothing he bad come upon within the bungalow seemed to indicate that there had been anything in the nature of a struggle prior to the assassination of Sypher. He had up to this moment considered it nothing but a coldblooded and cowardly murder; the man had apparently been struck down from behind in total ignorance of his danger. O'Rourke had deduced that Sypber had risen from the desk to put the jewel in his safe; and that while he was so engaged tbe assassin, till then skulking .r - r 1 ii ii Half-stifle- guest-chambe- Dragged Him Into the Library. outside the long windows and waiting for a moment when bis victim's back, should be turned, had entered and struck. . . But how could he reconcile that hypothesis with this man wbo lay weltering and at the point of death at ,tbe veranda edge? A guess formed vaguely Indeed, he could not do so. But brain, suddenly curdled into a suspicion. this victim, at least, was not yet dead; Me took the gloves in' his hand; ex-- ' it he had strength to moan, he might aslsing then for marks of Identifies- - yet be revived, at least temporarily, ilea, feet found none. But .in one'eor-a- "Without delay, then, tbe Irishman grassed, tbe man biaeath tbe armpits, of the veil he discovered an aad, lifting him hot lly to the veranda, Initial the letter B. he guessed huskily. "Is era wed him into the library. Not ub-) hjsa la. the middle ( lea IT He promised ate Jn-hi- s w "Irtnr ... faci m,!0.l.,Tr,us,,t.'t,,-i- " ' UarneTtTchalr- In a frenzy O'Rourke resumed hie Ky. efforts to strengthen the dying man B: s. 32S&-br- " k -with spirit and water, but Des TreKEL1QIOU8 SBAVICS8. bes, with a final effort, obstinately Church South Bervlees monrlnc milr shut his teeth, moving his head ImSv ln'Sl JtVeryu lr" '"1 Life, Accident, SicK perceptibly from aide to side in token Ke' 'u Ladies! S" of bis stubborn refusal. anel Style by Resit McCal's So be died, implacable. In death the chiselled features remained set WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Msfasiee as UikfMcCaU Pattern In a smile sardonic and triumphant. HrCaS. MafaiiBBWlll Dying, he gave no comfort to his MKAU.S MAGAZINE lirlp ym tires l n moderate foe. . . . Ell,er W- - D- - WrtSt " '" sstsflselBeW. vipense ly eeplDi For a little time longer O'Rourke you posted on tbe hPiBS?.T"'Je".n Sunday In knelt at Des Trebes' side, watching most fashions In, . P-" clulbet nnd liaia. M suidarscSoi m GIHIK and wondering. Eventually be sighed Xcto I'ushlpn Ucriras heavily, shook bis bead, shrugged bis Q b Issue. Also SECRET SOCJET1E8. Valuable Information shoulders and rose. And, rlslag, he jtll homo ami per-oHartford Lodg Ho. J6, F. A. M. WITH perceived for the first time that he meets nrst and third Monday Only matters. each month. Owen Hunter, W.nhrht in 60c a year, including was no longer alone with the dead in .,P. n tiro pattern. .Secretary. that place. Keystone Chapter No. 116. today or end meets npn tiiirrf c. .......... R. A. V SSBSBBSBBSJSBaBSBSa V;?r fur tree sample copy. Kneeling in silence by the vicomte's McCaSPatltiatwill ennbloyeii to make In your side be had till then been hidden from own borne, wllhymfrown hands rlolhincfor FHR Hartford Chapter No. M, O. E. 8. OUCHi VHstnics tbe inner doorway to tbe room by the yourself and cUlldti'ii which will be fwrfect gf OsVPS III 'style and fit. rrire-ngp- ne rtse rise lilrhtr ttnik li l,S?Uueag0a,, ,ourth Monday ven drapery of the center table. And eviS. A. Anderson. W. M. Ulas renin. Jeud for free I'oftrrn Catalogue, f AND UX THROAT MB UHMTMWUeV dently it was this circumstance which-haW Wa Che Tm Fwe Praiata for celtlne QVASLMXTMMD AMrAOTOl among your friends, fcejnd torfree. emboldened a man to slip in from rrrmlum t atalocue and Cash I'rtze Offer. tbe main hall and approach Sypber's THE fcCAU CMTOT. 2 NEW YMC la 248 ftal 37 S, ' desk at the back of the room. ofR.es. Tnt Ua" M "v r m r... UAHfArti v As O'Rourke anneared h wu ma. mei every flrit ant 'third Thursday scious first of something moving la, SV "reir, iuiuwunuer; r. r. " BOOKKEEPING Foreman, Record Keeper. the room a movement caught vaguely ' BaadsassLPIssaeawBalHr Sunshine Hive No. 43, L. O. T. M.. ..! mmtm .v.rv fli mA i.i c.i.i from the corner of bis eyes. Then he TYPEWRITING serf in each month. Mrs. Attye Urlffln.Lady heard a stifled cry He had TELEGRAPHY .uiuiuKiiu,ri on, .Lima renuiaton. Lady Very Serious already his revolver in bis hand, so inRecord Keeper. WILIHh KaSMlin .- Acm ltirm Na eiB T rk x n. B lev asset stant had been the obedience of his, It is a very serious matter to ask night In Its Prwld.BtkMTanf2rls ' airBtll Sf?M S? ,.?ouJP ad IwbsIm bwlsew. aba 31m wtacatku MSM' brain and body to tbe admonition of ol,cl Grand lor one medicine and have the i.ii- - ,iI;..."""a,-lhdk auri tnqwoni iqrrrM I.Urrow. instinct. mt wrong one given you. For this Ohio Triba No. 188. Imp. Order Men. ITiMtsl lltpnnrl mnA fnut, nr.j Red He swung about with the weapon reason we urge you in buying to day night In each month. Kills Fos- poised, crying: "Stop!" The other be careful to get the genuine " lolei imlci of i,L:.K,u- man was apparently trying to escape Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 by the door to tbe ball, but was much Rf.(mfi .....i t.....i. ts neuL8 ev'iv .i too far from It to escape tbe threat- -' BUCK-DRAkH- T . sIlt.Ln t,,cl1 month. Consul Coimnan- wuuaniH: clerk, W. C ened bullet. A jet of fire spurted from ' ...r'.. i,,u"la Wallace. bis hand. O'Rourke heard a crash Liver Medicine Preston Morton Post No. 4. O. A. R.. no'ds regular meetings Saturday before and clatter of broken window-glasbe-- 1 ,n c" monin. Asn-for- d hind him. Without delay eir conscious The reputation of this old, reliaMills. Commander; J. M. Rogers, Adjt. ble medicine, for constipation, inaim he fired and saw, etill indistinctly i GoUlen Rule Grove, Wooilmen of the Succeed when everything' else falls. digestion and liver trouble, is firmthrough pungent wreaths of smoke, World Circle, mnts er Hcn.nd and In nervous prostration and female ly established. It does not imitate fourtli ruday afternoon 4n each month the figure reel and collapse upon) weaknesses they are the supreme other medicines. It is better than Mrs. II. V. Alltchkv, Uuardlan, Mrs. K. fahsdii. remedy, as thousands have teatifled.1 others, or it would not be the B. Pcrwllbton, clerk. The man had hardly fallen ere vorite liver powder, with a larger FOR KIDNEY J.IVER AND A. a ef E. combined. sale than all others O'Rourke stood over him, with a foot STOMACH TROUBLE . F2 SOLD IN TOWN firm upon one arm, while he bent and National Officers: it is the best medicine ever aeM Presldent-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. wrenched a revolver from relaxing finover a druggist's counter. Vice President J. M. Woods. gers. Then, stepping back, he took Secretary-Treasur8. D. Kump, Indianapolis, Ind. stock of the murderous-mindeinState Officers; truder, and saw at bis feet, writhing, H. M. Fromun, Carroll county, Pres. MESSIAH'S KINGDOM. T. T. Barrett. Henderson countv Vic coughing and spitting, a Chinese President. coolie a type of the lowest class, his s. S. B. Robertson, McLean county. face a set yellow mask, stolid, un- The Glorious Dsy of Dlvins Fsvor Is O. P. Tenmr. Wanvn miniv. fitnt Nearing. emotional, brutallied. I Even then it Organizer. The period in wlilou sin 1b permitbetrayed little feeling: only th slant. C. C Allen, Henry county, and Lat- - J SPECIAL OFFER: Ul ti,i O raves. set black eyes burned with unquench ted lias been a dark night to humani- organizers. Allen county. Assistant state to toU Jfew.BatfwB Atrial aukavou oar BSfBtsasBt eminnnr. ty, uever to be forgotten: but the gloable hatred as they glared up at the Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warariie csSiatctiMi rjfhiiaf2iii:! or rlgbteouMiwis nnd divine ren county: C. M. Barnett. Ohio coun r conqueror. . . . O'Rourke's bullet rious day Mes- ty; A. II. Brooks, Bracken county; R. E I U lb. Sasat I Tanl t nUndld i 0.1m, bM TBtl had penetrated tbe man's chest; and favor 1h soon to be ushered In by I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, I MaiBsHMwH"ii.TOalTamhcalaaU. SDAKAinrkSB PUClBK. as be squirmed and groaned through siah. He. as the BUN OK incur. Muhlenberg county. WrM t4my; Mtmtkm fate Pmt. his sharpened teeth of a rat, a crim- EOBBNESS. shall arise sud shlue fully Ohio County Officers: Beaver Pam.Ky. H. L. Stevens, Pres., son stain spread on tbe bosom of his nnd clearly Into and upon all, brluglng Henry Pirtle, Bee. Hartford. Ky. D. Ford, Trees., Hartford. Ky. healing und blowing, which will more IIMD Ml CENTS coarse white blouse. IWWWBJll.ltMalMf4 IWlW tM.Tat.BBl. I tlmn counterbalance tbe dreadful night COUNTY. BOARD OF EDUCATION. Wholly confounded, O'Rourke shook i '.""g?! J i" J an amazed head. A third element bad of weeping, sighing, pain, sickness and Henry Leach, Chairman. Hartford.Ky. tbe groaning creation 1. L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, R. F. D. been added to the mystery with no death. In which LH.f.l may en- No. 5. effect other than to render It more has beeu so long. "Weeping X. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. dure for a nlgbt, but Joy cqmeth In the 3. M. 8. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. opaque and dense than before. ' ,' 4. B. L. Alford. White Run. Ky. Tbe telephone, Its raucous voice MOIINIXG." Richard Pliimer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. LIGHT on the coming I.. J. L. Brown, Kockport. Ky. For further now long since stilled, came into his thirty-fiv- e cents for mind, and be was minded to leave the Kingdom Bend tbe Helping Hand for Bible Students, room and find it, to summon aid. entitled. "THY KINGDOM COMB." 3A;mnAs , Before he could move, however, zrr Bible and Tract Society, 17 Hicks vsA"Jreej3tjtr footfall on tbe veranda startled him, UHTIFUL-, Y. '4MM07H STAmMmfoL and his ears were ringing with a eoat. Street, Brooklyn, N. and couched in terse, curt English: hihui up; . m. IMt Mr. W. a duasalus, a farmer Hiving (To be continued. ya Je l""1 uiea near Fleming;, Pa.', "Wtre all modU&ic as meritorious as Colic, Cholera aad Chamberlain's Ctdlc, Cholera and War. Chamberlain's Remedy In als fondly for fourJkv. would be much rlxxw rtemetly the world vs Gmm. teen year, and .that jhehasfoundll better off and the ptvrtvejita' uf , take reaj$d(yt and craitly decreased,' wtIVjj 'lAnd-sa- y to toe annex( It. For sale ' Scott, of Tunple. Ind, For Mie by ttctutur la rMflrAWdins-by all .LjJjJjtL. a Balers. "My wife!" ii' J. S Martin & McKtin'ev Hartford, E- - Hartford, - Ky. "' k ssria General Insurance Fir. assays wE Sss. :." KILLTmCOUCH LUHM Or. Kiae's wfVySS" - Niw Dwwwery t. ri" IS"., s. BBBMaeassHsew Hmnpc I ' s ","..,,".'" Electric Bitters SEEDS W. er Sec.-Trea- j.i r jaav!ffnv' aVW?aWifeif 1 -i A. llT isnaasr ri s- " lM JOlar-rhot- ftuf-fert- &2eurfh0Ci(n&n3tiJhiM7&m fvwwtmj." mM Sate WrAHh2ti juUajuJjLLjjjJill T ,J IX .,-.xn t St!T5???5rjra'ael;''''l'WWllM'rt wdtoffii fTli3xAJ8Ml!iffliBIfcMU REST OF THE DEAD CASTORIA For Infants and Children. 3 33 hOH LIVED NOT AGAIN The General Resurrection and !.T ALCOHOL .1 ni'ii ,,'..' f The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of the First Resurrection. Pattor Rutsell's Address at the Inter national Bible Studants Convention In Scotland Several Thousand Hear Explained Text. OIiisrow, July Scot-tiini28.-- HIl, IPICNICI The picnic season is rapidly approaching. We wish to announce that ve 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. . . wmmmmammmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmm & s(railaifn:ihcF)oJan(Rcij: ling Hie fciotnacta aalCowd-ir- BW a bW HtllllutltH Of llllfl vicinity niimlwrlnp; UiitulrciN lutvo hud Promotes Diii'sltottlwflfi:t rwss and IksljContaiitsneiirw OpKau.MnrphLie Not Narcotic. Unptu JMfff.-SJf-:. norMwenl. AAiT In m n throo days' Convention. A tiotlmr tion of Blulo Students will lie held In London Augunt Today's session, attended by thousand, several wa addressed by Pastor RumHI. We report one of hU addresses, bused on Itevclation xz, It was announced that next Sunday he would address a similar Convention In London. Christianity Versus Platonism. Many Christians whose faith cannot accept the Dlvlue promise have turned Instead to the theory advanced long before Jesus' day by the Grecian philosophers, headed by Plato. Their teachings respecting death, although less logical than the Bible theory, require less faith. Thus we have It today that Christian faith respecting the future life Is supported, not by the IUbie, but by the teachings of the heathen from Plato down. Plato and all the heathen claim without evidence that dying was not the penalty for sin. that, on the contrary. It Is another step of an evolution procto a new life, uness, a pnssnee-wader new conditions, of which they know nothing. Theirs Is merely a guess, n philosophy, nnd. of course, has no use for a resurrection of the dead, because the fact of death Is denied anil the dead are said to be more alive than when they were alive. The Bible declares that from the vry beginning (Sod purposed the resurrection of the dead nnd that, therefore, nil believers were privileged to speak of the deceased; not as dead In an absolute sense, like the brute, but as being asleep waiting for the glorious morning of Messiah's Kingdom and the resurrection. Thus the Prophet declares. "Weeping may endure for the night, but joy eomcth In the morning." Thus the Bible tells us that "Abraham slept with his fathers," etc.. etc. St. Paul says, "If there lie no1 resurthen those rection of the dead. who nre fallen nsleep In, 'Christ are perished." (I Corinthians xv, How could this be true If they have been alive In benven for centuries? First or Chief Resurrection. Not all of the dead will have the same resurrection. Some will be raised to the likeness of the first Adam, while others, members of the Body of Christ, will be granted a superior resurrection to glory, honor, Immortality and the divine nature. Of the latter St. Paul explains, "sown in weakness, raised In power: sown In dishonor, raised In glory: sown an animal body, raised a spirit body." (J Corinthians xv, 43, 44.) Of the same clnss our text declares, "Blessed and holy are all they that have part In the Firtt they shall be Resurrection; Priests unto God, and unto Christ, and shall reign with Ulin a thousand years." (Itevclation xx, 0: v, 10.) "But the Rest of the Dead." Ah! this part of our text Is sadly misunderstood and has thrown many Bible students off tlio track of truth. They bavo understood the passage to mean that Christ and His glorified Bride class will reign for a thousand years over such of humanity as will be alive at the time of the setting up of the Messianic Kingdom. They think that this passage teaches that all the millions of the world who have died during the past six thousand years will have no share In the blessings of Messiah's Kingdom. The proper thought is this: Adam had life and the right to continue It uuccas-inglso long ns ho was In harmony with God. When he sinned he came under the sentence. "Dying, thou shalt die." Our race, his children, shared his sentence by heredity. Ileuce we are all dying. From the Divine standpoint uone have life. Those who become disciples of Jesus are said to pass from death unto life, although their new life will not be completed until the First Resurrection. But speaking from (his standpoint Jesus said, Let the dead bury their dead, but go thou (believer) and preach tuo Gospel. Luke ix, 00. I'rom this Dlvlue standpoint the world In general today Is dead, has 110 right to llfo innl can obtain eternal life ouly through accept lug Jesus: "IIo that hath the Son hath life; IIo that hath not the Son hath not llfo." I John v, l'J. Thus seen the world, whether in the grave'or out of the grave, aro all from the Divine standpoint dead. During the thousand years of Messiah's reign these will be helped up, up, up, out of sin and death, back to perfect life nnd all that Adam lost Tlio upraising of the world during that thousand years Is the general resurrection. This is the It does meaning of the word anaita! not refer to nine awakening from the tomb. IIcnce.although the world will out of sin uud death be gradually-risinconditions, they will nut live again in the sense of attaining perfection nf life until, toe ttioihMnd years a re. finished. 2-y .) y General Conven- Hx.fmn W AnarSenl (WW it sir. OCtttna.iStA ItirmStfJ' Aperferl Remedy forComfljii lion ,Sour Slomach.Diarrtoa Wnrmc. iVumilc !nii..Frv?r:$!t i r ii1 Use For Over tvessanJL0SS0FSLl. FuS'unik Signature of YORK. Thirty Years i Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMC I THE OLATON. Mr. Gla-'woc-k 4 HARTFORD REPUBLICAN! Hartford, Kentucky. CENTAUR OMPANT, NCfJl TOR CITfe EEKIN0.F0RTUNE II? OLD BOOK STORE. c ifllcJI. ii iiffcimt .ium to nuke you imd jour,, 1 hoti oumfoiit.vblf mil ml you tlw nf. I l.rvlttv wtiloli I Ik UitU you put In tlw flro il ou lio.io Hut ri iU,l tln.ro bi our l',icl'4. $500,O0OjCodicil is said to Have any ilbVMltlo'i Miouji to il'wuU "'' wtll mimI to will, I rfni'it tint my wdloVtor tlio aielov'J," Btjen Hittden by Sir John "Tlio lncticl," woa a duly Scott in Forgotten Volume not yt c fell Intuiting iui nuuiuut j coaalder-abl- y ilUcJoHiil, but bclltcd to les.i than tluU proUdt'd for 111 tlie unUHtkOly l.itiT codicil. ?'0vr To". JliJy 1912 A nlatiuvmiuo roiiim o of Uio British jer-.i- o Shocking Sound. vwun tlLscl4vl wlvi n nuvli wis thi minute that )u tind family Janvfl II. Satunfciy, where to mourl Mr. GH'HOodt will takie cliargo of the Cty Ibviuurnnt, whloh lie recently POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE position if us real need WE graduates. soon. Weyou a many more you at once to supply the enormous demand our I b-- i b'jtun Jtiirouiiotit (ttonvi tlJ flvoiul-Uu- ul "'wt x 41 of 1Kb jrtly, lo fnyl tli volumes of tlio Uw library of tlw Is.t Sir Jnlw Miuiny-Xo'f''in u wrt nf hi u juLh."i'ji hunt h'oiio will bd,iuufli,uiir a mJUuifo !. Som.' nf Mime fiickvllloWirNl. are aVIkwl to In" la NV.w York now. :.no,OtW am ino,lxjl in the It 'i Jo"vs of the ixulVll. .A Xlrm of Imlim erillalLona lywo a rew.ud of $50.X fir It. fIVn.y bnjkrvc It to be Liiil nwuy wftjhtn tlie dusty ooon of mmi of tho of AiinrLly ntUir lib ilitwlli last A. utiriJi in Iscltifr niJulo thrfitiir't Krtuieo and AmrrUiu out Alary of tho mlMliiK cnrdlc'l riSu Tffilty bor.ui In tlie YWTlorJvrt of 1ST), when tlio JojirUi Marquis of ItereaM, ptcjTW.'' spn of Tiliackeray'a "Jjoinl to I'rnnf' in iwwyh of lib ln.lth. lie wits flfcnnirruiJod itiy lSitn.liA.rtl .Wfl- Ijv, who was ilsor4ll oh hb yoiuis kinsman. rVr o,f a .Wallace obtains! tlie famous RiirjrctMi, IXr. Jobn Squtt, , tint lio .f,tllcl to ne llvo MnfiiuU, wJ.o nUlrr Ulort a nvuitli lator. lH1inr lib ortunp, nra,rly llZ.OOK.vw) ,Ui WoJlutv. ruiu-ons.uvlao to Wiillnce lKin for Uio iiferivt fmm tih- - nlow of I'.iiJjj uiul Ui tub walk einiilQj-iDr. Sulfa on. u ioiuiir Jo,wir. It vn.i Uiat, tliiinuili lib znil, Jilm Jiiil Uw foiuulatUm of his own lotHune, ail Invito I At 10s itut'i as jivxrp t,lmn .'.(KXi.OOO. great WibUiWX) bncamo aiul Scqtt irifiub of luw;l S.iokvlllciWOst, tlw latt Aann'nl Ivul nwt tlio (LutMiij; ojo AiUa uivl 'iujtcil (to marry luf, but nnlil !. a" "'v0 wiii" olroaily iKIvo hrnuuo known ls Uio nianrJrl. 'Coan,tos of "Jlnvo. Wnw',." I Tiowvier. Ho lial Sir Jqlitn was n,ii,iimrt-Iol- . alwto'is tdiown a utroair ciffou'Jon fir fiuikville-)Vos- . tlio family of J.tdy ftlrtco tlio flGi of IVirU. when Uie .ovi-- r ickvlllo-W- it liaJ a alitor Uoacl with h vJvactoue SiuiMi whoao wi (Vmcn,r. lVplto nV OUiii, uuhacquciutly luxiuiw a uU1aiutn(t for limit In Uio e.ir.'Ji are soni'-tlmc- s lo mrjliiimilvi-- , a JuunI bfoiO rr lil tl.at wctrittnir of tlw oumltv; lwrll. NFiUir'Y wirjiliics klivl. Tint dull jialn or ivilio In the Uwlc wjim.i joir tlw K&lnryi nefl IImmo Jf Jou uuiiM nuil.ullc.., Uroryt IJWot(v or iuK' 1 ,1m at once nnd .hqo Ii icltari' your lxyU fwl'nw roturn. lrlhff iILvxwj. nViko Ulixitrtc Xly IHtt-.-- s (in 1 ill ".My tn bkn roat benefit fnom tholr use or iwrlty kbliicy and bladJor .trouble," iMIoi, 1'otw lloiuly, SuuUi JtiQikW)nod "It it oor.talnly a sirvt kl'fnoy (noll(clln'. Try It. W cents at All JrusUnW, "I of Wftn y-- ir, Kan-land- , cured of illirr,lvn hy mk done tllvuiiliorlalnV Colic, Qlioler.i llarrJio"ti ItotiMtly," wnlten ii. K. Oriole, t'Vur tviJe nnl Oi?b-liant- ,t. Theno Ii iYthlnB by all rfcuiers. r.i. bot-ti- r. PALO. i iyv Jvtvlrg; jCn,ty of m,tn. SetAral at,UTwVxl tihiirli at NVyw Liberty .siOuiol Ivouw, Mr. C. P. Koown wiaa in our mlM Viflt! WKck leotaliiff land Dor oil. Wo I f hr Alur-ra.ySc- 'Mtss Ont MacVlon whoto Ulaoss was iU muoli bettor. imMxtloaod (In tin, Sir. i:UUi lUinfrow land if(uully and Mrj. Siinlla )Uni, of Uib plxco, viItal Uio tormnr's txuvnt, Mr. artd AI,r. H"i-fro- w aear No Crock Jant fUtunlfio". Iliv. Ilally, of lloir) JiauijOli wi3 In our midst riooomtly. Siwml iront Jyro' attended a,t Mt. Vornoji it!i,a imfvst-In- jj Mr. Jjuiics It. VVit.SunuVw. UetvJ,"ir 4 un (tijio sick Tjenn., on .in oxtqnuod vblt. Mr. Blwarrt C. Tylar, tin portrit ln man, oX XR. AVashJnstom. 'K- tlb vUy on busince-s- l Tiucwday, ' lt ' of Mrs. MoMna Itall was the her ywi, James W. Hall, at MnGirady Cr"k from Saturday until TluoaUy. "Mrs. Elluabofli Bond and four .children left q'r, th'-l-r liomo at EllzitaJthtown, ivy., Artuubiv ivfi'-r- . a. tiwowoiks visit tho ftAt oT Mrs. Bond's ibrothcrT W. B. McDAaleb nnd family-Mr- . William Oiler of Cresnt llctehts U ln McCnulys ithb woek Jji tli,o Interest of Kb farm. rtev. XV. U. Oldham, fo- - nerly iri-ltbut now jwsldlns near falls of Itouffli, At Nielaon, Ky.. from SatKy., urday until Monday. Uov. Ituaoll Wajkoir. of Shreve, b at assbUTK in a two woeks 'ma-tlnPost, Ky. Without E. Hall was In Ito,sln.o Xnm Saturday until Monday tlio guest of friendis, and attfnslmr liu tlftv. W. ' Bible School. Mrs. Nottle White ond two children havo Kono, 'to E;iaasvlllot Ind., to visit Mrs. White- - aon, Al WHiVtc. Prof. Apdmlral P. Uockery,- - Of Absr-do"Ky., hold hb show at tho W. (). W. Hall Wednesday night. Miss Stella Daniel gave an exjprosslon recital at tho W. O. W. Hall tlrlday evening July 2G. MUw Itovlndu EUaaMth OUoir of Crescent Httlehts, lias been oanfftned to her room alnco Juiy 17t.li, a--t tlw nesult of Injures recilved when Uia v.p.?m in wJikh site was ridlns ovianturwd no-Wlilta Oiik nohoal Ji.ou.Hti. M.li OIIWh wounda liti,ve Jirovon to ha mono aorlo,us tlvui was at tlrnt itliougiht but elio b sotuvviAt ImprotoU today and It Is will son be able to ha iwltli her pru-f- purclifi.sl lMt. Joe T. I"W.e uanvtri, and u.ru iim'u diuwtst-r- . Miss , . for As soon as we get the required number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. 1 'i' ..,-. JP S BCP Oso, vr. jfl ' rmcirAt. sonwAirra BUSINESS COL,UBJfrE IMOOmrOBATBO BSTABUSBSD ISO tiOTjtSVIE.r,E. KT. BUCKHB'SBULBS SUCCbEDfl BULBS' U ESPECIAL OFFER: will nuke 7 ' monar refunded. 1 HnrVlw'1 'Full . ni I.lte" IMorthem . years Pedigreed Seeds have. a. reputation oi Succesuui seed growing ocnuiu ucm. u y X' SEEDS s- d. t H.w Bulim. puni me oesc. Seasonable SpecUltie- I I 'tSlBESC --- - dlk.Slriu -- rfMaSn I Utt.arMbk ... .b,Nu, b pfci.- -. -. ' ttefMir IlinlMiu, fctwta TdlL nmt Tllh TulW amA Aim. n riwfe. Snd tail .. Muh 1 ' Earliest Red Valentine . . . . fc.JJ Bushel Refugee Extra Early Nsw Stringless Green Pod . J370 Bushel ri Imp. Kidtiejc Wax ft 5 Busbet Davis New White Wax . . 4.75 Bushel 50 Bushel Currie's Rust Proof Wax . BEAN8 bitl g til Aseer pieiJTas"a"ee'eaeeae'es III CBINT1S IBND 3SWWlf Ihtonllklll wnmtm. 1 MMIMll IMlllfMl " nuii.iii.i .i ttT. ... JIM gl TW IPMIIIT.1 IWlWIMWN"llin. I Xm Wawnui m . im n twill. Writ to-d- MtmUom 11. I Mi I iwl.liUiiM.imiftuim WpMMMHM BfM1.l IU !! I ii. I. N wa bvoxmi a. MODOU. pA. . . . $30 Bushel New Early Grartus sjo Bushel tTnrafarrf'a M&rkK C.rden . li.no Bushel Bushel .. Buckbee's Lightning Express LattiMw. KasUsk, Tosaato and a full Use 01 Seeds, Plants and Bulbaat lowest growing prt lees. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list oi 'your requirements and will quote pneem. Buy direct from the wnwvo jnwicy. Write today. Mention this paptr. Extra Early Alaska PBA8 .... ja , BctjKMBBBH kiaalli OVER 6S 1868 Backset H.W. BUCKBEE hna's. St., eckfard Seee KecManLK . THB EXPERIENCE n, YEAR' . NEW UNDER ANY wwa MACHiNB QUALITY,') Bk bHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII r TfUDC MARKsI DcawN r fWwfi CoPvmoMTS ee. Anfona undtng a skat eh and deserlntlon nny milAklv KBD.rtAln our ODlnlon fr.a ivhh.r an liiTentlon is probably patentabl. Conununlrit. I NOT SOLD ' OTHER NAME. HANOBOW onTUeuta tlonsstrlctlrronadeiitlal. sent free. OMest opener roraeeurlnajiatents. MVo. I'at.nu taken tbrouah Muim the reeetTe tpteutl notlcs, without ebarie. In f HOME Quijky Scientific Branch Once. 016 A handsoroali lllnstratad weeklr. Tersest circulation of any rlenildo Journal. Terms, SI a jenr lour piuuin vi. ouiu uyail nawsaowerfl. JMtrkati rlwb ui,ln., lltitlrt on of M,r. and Mrs. Itobart Myor3 Ulod ailter a slipnt lllivcvsa, used TJ10 Cn.3iB.sy.iiBWYnrK I BU Washington. D. C. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase the NK W HOME you will have a life asset at tho price you pay, and will not have an endless chain of repairs. Ibt itlvb wirKik. Mr, Jo) MjvMcji fUid ftvntlly iwhto the KUivftj of Mr. Claero .Whabenry U,it four. Intrrinont Sunday hi Cano Hun ' r i&ffTrj LJLulHCowiiewd iPiriMll Ml S,unLiy. i CwiKiUfy. tthe Wt" iMr. Jim IW) I'owienj of Oonqurd was In our mliUK. Jiu.t ijundiay, Mr. Omit Ooy Wvnt to 3iuuvvdalo lat Air, fUturiday. Jitui aivl iwlfo of Supirvy-d.ij- o w.u tlio curiat Uf Mr. laloaUno , List Sunday. W1M1 Tlio lUrubllcaji may more MtccuiXul yrfi.ra. C00.U1 oo niany Vio eto.t. Vha-torf- e, Ho Wont Limp Now 1Wyt,' iliuUr. JofwiJiUiie, 'had fallen In tfpppw-a,fi- o .Jovo wttJi nnd ivul mnirlrd lior iwnlio.w, I,lonil Kdwn.nl wlio wo nsiflo lidr to Uio b.ivit tltlop OJwl the cutatos. tlmjt' Uio claim of I'nnltfla son mUlit iMlalnod Arul Uiat ItiJy rUelcvlllo-WiQf- jt be arvl 1T 1iuk1ui1 would Uo loft Ijorfl-aickvll- No more Jlmiiliu; for Tom (Moore of GocUrfui, (la. "I JiAd a bad flo.ro pa my .Uiait iiothlnt' ftmmqd fJ Uolp till lnsstM tAjuV-o- a IVucklen'a I used ho wriUvi, "but Uib woadonful (hwiler a)a curudi ime." HealiH old, runnlmu ulooriM, botb, burru, cuts, trub or iilloa. Try it. OiUy 2S oanti at All Urusifbta. ! , Hl'l', n, wttJig,ut Irwoiiie. lip, Uwrdtonc, lv-'- fniJo r fri'ii One of Uie nvwt common o)liiven,ta oxvllU to lib will ito havo tlui.t hand vtorklnjr ipsqpjo are ufCUotsd any vieteJ4tuV f fprtuiije. pro. wJitli b lanw back. Apply GlwinboriVtln's ItqtxftUy Ijady iUekvUloiWViwt tlio lu,cffl a lctfcsr fifl lwd rywlnd from Liniment it,wlcd u day aiyl min-ixj-o,t coah Hjiplloa(Uon( In parU thoroughly Sir Jolui ftho,rUy bofane 14a suid yoAi will t oulck rHof. Ior sale I wililoli ho Ud; , m wlU ana by all Uolora. if Ua,ve ptx, nau a cili, unr Mr. Jolwi A. Druilel and Alra. FVuilel are KU(3ts of M,r. Uajtlel's of PHrmtH, T. W. DanteJ. MltnheM Jind wife hao movLyons pronorty ed into tlio Cheater Just vaoaited by James H. Olasswck. Wond reached Jieru Tiuwday to the ottxit (that Mrp. G(wo Hurt b very low of tyaihold at her .homo In Owvjis-UurlUvr moMir, Mns. OerktCiey, snnnuoiuvl to hor bodsldo. iMias RleJla Ianlel will bo teacher of elocution in tlim Fordsvlllo High school ths yohr. Wp ooiunalulato iMIns Daniel on Ivor utiocttu In .stunlns aufh un Important iiosWoii. dtouoQ ojid Duncan Hall Ivavo ,to Ha,ntforl after u vbit ,U) Uiqlr giiuvlmotli,er, Jdns. M. It;itU. Tho M,llioliat Oiunili at Tloilno In 1303, and .wliWh in knowi as IUILcy's Chapel, vtas so,ntt)wluit UnvM by a bolt of Hslitnliv,' Uurlna a roosiit ejectrlcaj atqrm. TJio rWro,thi'ir bo,ifldlng wm torn loo) from Ahroe cornurti of the houeo and w.Lndyw iruicu and u(JiQ pjpoj demolUlid. TJlb bultillni; wa3 In- ,, I surqd sad b to b,a rojwlrtfJ. ( p. w-- a nl jd aad M ARKS, pronawy ol or 00 luo. w. owaia PATENTS THAT P- A- adrertlss tbam ttMMeaaV. ear .ipeoao, abitlialp you Iff mwm Swid ipodeL photo or aketah for npart on iiauatabiuty. So pracUiMi BUR TRAOC-- auoounwiH, lfmBsjjLEjl liMRB" 1 sa Bbii Cheapest snlhtead to buy. fAMI NO NircriCNCCS. toFor fr Quid k on ProatabUi Pktwita writ Saveinth Street, aj w. wwniwn u OS-SO- jint If you want a sowing machine, write tot, our latest catalogue before you purchase. The New Horn Sewing MaekiM Co, Omgi, Um. B IIMVillBQ rrw. J'toilow to obUla pitoutav trad. uaAs.1 I copynghta.ite, )N AU COUNTRIES. Btulust Jirrttvltk Wat kirn to Ktvtt limtA money omjolea tht potent. Pateat ud hfiUfemet Pnetlet beluilwly. .lArttA net ontakal tia IX Jt WW MtCAU PATRBNS f . Celebrated for style, perfect at, simplicity aa4 rtllabillty nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly every city and town In the United States ana Csnids, or by null direct. Mors sold thaa any other 'make. Send for tree catalogue, MeCALL'S MACAZmc More subscribers thin any othet fashloa aagaslne million a month. Invaluable. Lab aJL T10 Hiath Mtast, aaar INOTON. B. "asM 0: faSart OaVa, I a wmacutn, vmutxumm ' to Agents. Postal brings prtinlum'catatogua tflE IMOU ttt styles, patterns, dressmsklag, millinery, plain tewing, fancy needlework, bslrdrrsslng, etiquette, good series, etc. Only 60 cents a year (woilE double), including a irte pattesu. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, and ucw cash prise offers. Address Ct. le IN W. rss St, MtW Meat m - - m --. a 4 ,, M ,r WWTfl J ! And Sl Good Time for Everybody! ! MJBWULIMU Mll.VUUJVIdMI.I.J SATURDAY p AUGUST 10 CENTERTOVN It is conceded In the Beautiful Grove qi North Church Street Opposite M. E. Church s v t by all that this is the one ideal place lor a days outing, being situated within the city limits and adjoining a beautiful ball park, on which the best teams ol this and adjoining counties will compete lor the various prizes. At I p. m. Independent Order of Odd Fellows will assemble at hall and march to grounds, where an address will be de; livered by prominent speaker. At 3 p. m. Prof. Ozna Shultz, principal of Centertown Graded School, will lecture. Contests for premiums given by others than the management will be held in front of their respective places of business and all contestants must register before 9 a. m. at which time contests will begin and follow in order on bill. MUSIC, REFRESHMENTS AND PLENTY TO EAT To one bringing to town the nearest worn out wagon a rebate of $5 on purchase price of new wagon. By A. B. Rowe," manufacturer,, of, wagons, plows in general merchandise. To tackiest turnout, single or double or horseback, one set wagon single trees, by Charles Brown, blacksmith. For neatest piece Embroidery Woric, $1.50 in sewing, by Mrs. J. B. Swain. To one bringing largest number in one conveyance, ticket entitling holder to shoeing two horses by Swain and Swain, blacksmiths. To bgst boy rider under 12 years old, one riding bridle by James & Company, liverymen. For the prettiest bouquet, a bowl and pitcher will be given. For best glass jelly, one toilet set by L. C. Morton & Son, druggists. To best lady driver, one pair driving gloves, by Overton and Warden, dealers in fancy groceries and cold drinks. and general .blacksmith. To winner of Fat Man's race, $1 shirt, by J. W. Garter, barber and presser. Contestants must weigh not less than 200 pounds. To lady harnessing and hitching to buggy correctly in shortest time, one 9x12 drugget, by Alvin Rowe, cashier Farmers Bank. To best Gentlemen Fiddler, $2.50 hat, by Lee Mason, dealer in general merchandise. To best Lady Fiddler, one parlor lamp, by Lee Mason. To prettiest baby under one year old, baby carriage, by R. S. McMillan, dealer To worst dressed man, $1, by James Ward, dealer in groceries, cold drinks, etc. To best lady rider, one ladies rocker, by Centertown Mercantile Co. For best quart preserves, one water set by L. W. Tichenor, undertaker and funeral director. Best piano player, one transferable ticket for $25 on piano purchased within 30 days by U. S. Faught, postmaster. To nicest single turnout, three years subscription to the Hartford Republican by the publishers. To nicest double turnout, three years subscription to the Hartford Herald, by the publishers. For best all round suckling colt, $5 cash. For second best all round suckling colt, $3 cash. For third best all round suckling colt, $1 cash. For best all round suokling mule colt, $3 cash. For second best all round suckling mule colt, $2 cash. For largest family on ground, 50 pounds Vitality flour, by Farmers Union Milling Association. To winner of sack race, 50c. To winner of cracker eating contest, 50c. 'Hi To winner of apple eating contest, 50c. For best class singing two songs, $10 credit ou church organ, by U. S. Faught. For best pint of wine, kind, calico W dress. For prettiest centerpiece, one blue and white euamel tea kettle. av Balloon v Ascension - at 10 O'clock a. m., 3:30 p. in. and 9 at Night .. i COME ONE AND ALL AND ENJOY THE DAY. " - - ' " ,. Remember the Place and Time. Centertown, Ky Saturday, Aug. 10 j V . t -- ...,. rtmvtmcr'