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Bryan Is cepted To By New Jersey-man- 's DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL hTpeI OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1' per Year No. 6 AIDS HUSBAND HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1912. tyk aver Mm Uo'tw nHirylly lrfi'-c- through Ilrifvn, mVilpu nttr of W. J. yf,iTiflo'i-ni- SGOVAL, NOTED AT BOTTOM . which wo ox.pecit valualiio sclcittlCV: r "Wo plants! a not finjr Jn itlio cantor, wbMi wo found was Jut J0 yards $10 fit) frium Mm lavo)l o,f lwi moiii'i. "TI19 Return climb wan niora dlffl-cu'- it and pcrjloufl tliaa tlm devit. Maucj of roiok ttryl oalifM Xeill arpund us as ,wa totVcd upwatnl with tli0 old of tlio rop., oikI fwvtmtl ttm.w thrvofenod to ilash ua to tho bnttom. "Aft T live lipura' work wa . ripjiod tlio Rummjt pretty wcU exluiuafed but tfl!unwhnt"-L- U' ll" Til cnnift out '. CHEMIST, DEAD Vor InitniMW, his eprW"fctii on fVK. . Wll'on's r twiili of a cejjtK-o- , qtritfifitrr-(zin- g It tui "a nvuttoKy Ufrniry ffort," nfiliii Wilm ninii win j if i it im IJmvirvr Mllarub'iy, afi It avimnil to bo a ,y regjr Director of the Agriculturenow to tlio popular tlnt W'Afin tyis not fotiJVfiirul J'i'u urw toward Mr, Bryfin anil In xVl luiirinii probability Jio rvwor will. lint lum it OF VOLCANO TOjND LIFE dark b(t frn al Experiment Station. I Explorations are Made for First Time. ' Frightened After Wound- ' ing Constable. ii,i- - ' of Widely-Use- d I Ex- iMt nn thrn j KU tiro infurv pt Friends' U Ivn Pariuoab. Ky.; Aug., Onw raaMtn dead for thU soronms It Ubit ville Anta.ii rtavsll, a crtntnlirt of ivi by tiro after the Clark nvn fa a garyl (many" In. tiqnnJl reputation, former diun of tli oae fatally woiuulod, and a. third- sej4ou nonVnpiUoii of tfcivwrnor WlVvn to tli" calttlcs rtfjunvd from HnUlmo.ro,, lhpre A,?nV:ul'ural Dpiuilm.r.)t of Kntuciy ty hurt, is Uie result of a fumfy quar. cx,Uvt tiiuX gpofeH'tanal Iimqir,'lo poll. they mm wnlked on hy the fjominoncf, Sluto Unjlvoralty and dWeotor of tlio rel ito4ay at Oaka Station, cloven, mitos Muillada, Professor smparbiittindcnt of Llckuyi m.u.H Itvw tiio 1W!h betevn the lattor's frier! BxprlmcnC In tdiqlr lmnv ffnu' J Ajsntcultural Stiitlon at from Paduoaih. cW-mLi a winilly uufmirvliyl iThut m u nit It a lianu Hlwn a qimiqwllifwt pril j Htalfao UnlverrtdyF Jltjl bare aX 11:0 tlio Hit. Veuvlua obsjrtTatairy, onfl an WJwn Joe Spttaer, 17 years o"id, win ot ovaiVint iVxifttitluti to ru) wiilt Irnto ovt)Ui'jik wil'Jiln Oio I'.ni(Kvatle o'ckiick VnUbt. puni wns due to lioant astelstant tlie other day wlvjn tlvey lie Magistrate y pltar, was arrepted hfj iwpj trkan two scorelfd to tlio botbvn of Ale oraUf of tmI'Ji wiulf-ib lijwpct icvl rtsrmvo im'l liviy U vn - woutvLi. Not orjy bi tfni HJ ffiua on, ithe chjarse of whipping his moilvjr-lii-Ja,tho girvNit vncano. Jit wus Uw H'vitlqa.Hj" Jvt Itruo. bilnrf kvi,t ;iUm bu,t tym vf tdrcm aM . w!ika vjio. JIU oncllln t(XP l&u) t. ttr.'t be uBrious'y .woVinded Coastablo tlnvs Utj li'iptis of Vesuvius wjre over TlliM tm'Ji V .tfrnt tlio iiniyiKiitr of Kettles kick's! put , of tli-l- r ervnmUfo' - .'wirk igul b?n mrltkaU. E. C. Andeaan, w.lth a AVIl'nin'ji uinllilvry arts Tito sniturUULi nian.Jpa tuiil otlwrr (iVk'OS In tha (firtyl Iji ,Uu tluilh of pr. Sopvifl,. Jvnftuicky oxpanl. took many )vvmv r theOonqtabte of his pNtoJ, he oy bnl tin lusja wwj of Jvar nu brl.Vant tnea. VfJinaW rjiotasrajjhs of ovalancjufl anil ful assays. Appilqatilon aljould ,be made i;lil nn'r UV vtlinn, blvhutttrfgM anil .orkuilss.btlJitt avvp,y. Siplitzof ashej .whiiih wra at oace to t,'ie oau.aty nclvxiil su,perlti-dM- t, drove his brother-Ui-'aviyl4n tlio ivurly, wJilh mlsfontuno to pin tliniir fa'iCli'on n Iiiit Ho was rqci5nlaJ an un auijlf-nrlt'Trf'iouyti on .lliowtips of jvd-hHeary Leaoh for ru'qs sovannlnir a,nd ius l,nez Spltzey, 15, thwi jHllilllty o Out Ui UUi.ft tor uvuii(i'u4 (ho 4IM.W- - miAtotn of an (urrtttUlturuJ tiiiUnv, in takArs (!f.ve In con'jtofuou (virtfi of to jirKitnlo t1w ULi acoount coatait, Jn order tliat tho sssays left Oaks Station. .of tho fmat if unity niiro (tnntitlon I'ft a CrUkrtf klttornivi vS.fc1i 'u alnr' j Jirrtillni? n.n liaUrmluvi ta'ton Wie ke3ns' tlio craiT. may be ubmlttc4 In rleiity of Oltno MisMtoncd oer .the ahaotlng of tho J latjrn b'.: iwiVIi ciw)iit.l.!i wj'l not if,fnc'v b contalntrl In an Inttirvli-JIu a'o w,u on auttorlty wl ittniviy im nVsolNin itiy. CQiitublo ,tlioy atoppvd at a house aat .tlio opening of tho fa,lr. wltsh M10 Nap"ics oorrwjwiwltTit of tho Qirt i.f tho flmx-on Jors'y cowa. o.vbntVm tliat TJlllit L, Ul0 sulo - ,rrnp wrq"j a noto asklns tliat .tlialr tjodkos h3 I"fcr. . AJA f.l- f TTlLrJciil HnrkViJI - i. n., t..t.f.. It lillimro fttMiiJiiTI tll .1.-If- IIIflTTL''. r . - I. vnrfl . New York Wiorjil: IUHI-I r ' I1 k. .'v.-uj ..!'. Money for the Pensioners. burtcd 1'ncmi tho Iuouho ttloy tmno'-'Ab- e twiun,ty-n-- 5 to monvioy "'4 Doiivvsra''h: liorty Iwui In,lu'rltil mm; f SjKvik'v Cark' to an 1w iwn- - "W- waUcod a abort dtsta.niey and on t)w wUU-.will Ivuilly ! JvniWl ki1KJi, Tins Clark mnn in li!filmi mr.i ,l llaJ ,",' oomvioteiil wltti tlw ICo a ! otlua- .Ilia wofril iinjiristihui tn.vle Washlnston, Aug. 17 President Tttffs born Jipt Otu-k';tlvf.r, a'Jtwmptid to . Sltt'-Umlvirslty. lUrlnx Uw few motiUis Owit Miuln stin imllcjimtt i.vir tlirt tri.tjtni-a- t illo I3 sur ua by ft'io urroun'iln. v.nx to slin banks of ifti. first oCtictiai act. bul.' u b foro in? l'y Jits .wlfu, wilw wati ut fliU led tastic 4lnijie, rexe plloJ uj a'.', about the SlOJ.OCO.OnO nf V. J. 10( rccelvnd at IkUtitnoro an.'! l"an apprapriat,loa .Ull . on Jt. nl and tho Urynn iiollcl"i profjix-tbr iwrrylris f,liij rt'.ii, e sl'1''5 wn n fc,,! enJ ".?. Dr. Scavull us. cos TJiy iua'.liow re4wn.'tniqo of our T.lw nwslon office ww lmirJ,lately n,V.. twoilK"rB a coo girj tlie igrouma uie jay uciwti. 1110 put a Jiandkcr- wore ;tlio heaxy bmmlnrf, anl flcd and teicsxarili prdtira iwore wsnit Xo Lnu iivnjo aro n,tlnB n.'imtnrj- w,i hwukIuud to tlie ItNt. He Ka vol inujrunv K"w iiuiro miut-u'liy. 11.1 rumb'tr;; Houmled as It tho tilglitoan outlying nistm(6:a po long Uhlof ovc,r .h,or fooa and astsbxl her tilno lvfo 'WkU ffatviunior WlWm n Jnfrmrfl that thwo w.11 JjttlaiU'o dlstatit Another crop of trotitilo in i?nlnl.i!; :r)Trui M ivui-- ( from tlIn plioialcal le'd up by the s f Mtvliwr lite I fo and be Mlplayjd UJ caith was Iwim delay In inrrtviili- - noiviltu.-l'n- l Qoagross. husband In holding up ffvo b'g ptol oU wiimi liy ittie lni-varUlUsony. I anrtaible. Ono Every pensioner In tho UmiCted tp,tus willJ takan ji,way from t,ha ilbltU uvl fiat, Jkiwovot" much th ,.,,,Un of auvrrjiur Wilflin i,f.m i.lv, tnirJijl totitltuda. ahat on,ttm-- d her lucad betwoan ih,e pyen. r- may U "TiWlo my conxpanlon n.Ta.rly faint'.! be mid by Tuesday at ha'fa(tcFt. horn in Balvld(r, rmivu th- - n)nrtiuat!on. The attapkn wvdo on lit 11 Hryiui brjivl by b' rrnotloivary fpHVU botna-llo calneJ 'rom tap heat, wSJqh varlod from ( to Paymaster Gejie,ral mlth qf th,e atimv, producing lnstan,t death, of IvLi utUiranmw on Amtmrr. N- - J- - J'Vibrurory 2, lSK. Spjtiier tlion nut tlie pistol to his )S do- aw to VUgh iolvooj od.uca.Muin 93 drgrwcis Otlsrado anil iUH?rw.le tlv Crim. tlon aad on ucuouitt of Jrts aUtbtd Injk wumnm un,d of authorized payment to entsti U flotormlnofl o nvia-Unk to liim 0f yiivpit1ty for Vi.lor ia-Nl'w iwid was (rna,luatil STO3a " Fahroahe.lt water lwis ot 212), men of the jiagular army tor tho moreJh head and a bulle.t plowed it,hrouii' his 1 '" tifrt ipd afftaW-ly- , ltki? 11 J iirh, wJihih iiHtin.i leaving tUe June pay itp bo skull. IlOTewr, iliio placed flhe flhot top bf wll wm, the auivnVn but 'l1 th degree ofM aster ot Sulonco uil the umanutlons of acids from the high and he did not die. iHqwever, Csma',1 bo iWl'eojfB rJnilral exKxnont on Uie are iUMV iinrt .takon up ani'l onvttauol alneiady ro- l1" ,tJle Undvira'.ty pX 1,'Unols at Wie mumiraka lilies irom wihlch pald.latier. TJxeot(loersna-ta.y itlia,t he can nflt 1W. a-"tlMi.t If JiVIUton Hloal bowitb. jvUpublc yaars wd qbtO(lned tho Itaue ,y3lcarlc vapors) tlroated to oolvied.tlvrilr pay tor aJlume. twnji and ot tiwvVy. Iw pay of ftt;t oy JtipUiUttwtwi and Om Ersfflah,- - brother Of Uio rKular" has been ftd'd up In the .. ,.u, ... ln,nl juariy m.n. in w.ia al Riro -,n v ' r. '"''",' " when the reauhed tlie. npene, wonieii" tf .......,. --,. . go geiwnl doXicleacy bill. .. I , ... wilio wl'it Professor .MaMada. . inai ui nuia.i 01 i,ne Aimervcnni Jmaira kilt the Uilng boy, but Moq!a.fifute 8plt-z- er TJuiru is u wills m'wi.siii Jjqt,wiTn Civ tlon of Uabor atv tir iWlnon it wild baj 'T'om 1S75 to 1S76 be was oslsttant dmwn to postitity as Uie opltrvitur bald him at bay unMl the offiJoke Made Him Famous. wnor llarjiKKi mil Vvciinr Wi!wi dlffloAilt to luld Denrry,tito ,wirki'n.'- - lWoWr and iSrom 1S78 to ISSi pro- - and successful portarmer of one Of tho cers disarmed both. wHiUli (mrfin"4i(tlj. ixuVnrat brl.l.T'i men in lint- - for him in miny laiqaUti'ies. ''1!sa,r f agrlcuLuiui pht?,n!Btry at tho most daring feo,ta In history, Is at- - Tell City, Intl., Aug woeks taclved to the observatory mafin.tp.1nd j ago a preas dlspatr-Tiio HiicJivo OoveiTiii- - Klnv.-""IMI ruoivia a oyir. One of the minor aounxn o,f njppiv(lui. UWwt'y qf bSinods. In tho UUer was seivt OMt trout ' "M","T"' pa to ,W-d i liaw imyiUUnK to rorused ilo wUi Blon nB TW J'e nwiaifer of Hussar feictori-- s on Mt Vesuvius for tlie ecloniUf.lc pjtudy this city statins Uiat CSiTtetlan Rejo 'X BlWt ' .. ..... ' but rt.ll not a n,oiir"teilblo dlit;ir. . . .. . A.flAW frnm l.h- - 1am ""if HVwr Am- "- -cor- - ase 21 and woiahlmr r,n Aminrt ine vtiuvwi numw3i. lie na- - wunK (xin. bv anv m(VLn is h .m.u.ii mn n uu same year became bpooUU.oi uie rgcat voicanoo. TI19 iWioi-nkan. " Overside Hv United Stn,tca Popaijtment respondenit was struck hy luls splendid ed MP a .tqtal rf 24 Ice oneam sundaes .vt U'1 Juntaa,on wttr of It later and lon--l JUs rolufjbint f the ivunlnatlon af Governor AUrflliail n PhWans ay he has a aunpprt Uw lUoao of Uip iwnpfv"n for yico President phisiiu., his pwieuatmg rye, and the a local coafecUont(ry to 18 pidaates. At Uiat nmvv pron ? AKiau Vurpj - Aadenw bsja IiU I ail efforts made up to piils time " Indiana Umocrato. ta 1SS3 ius name to Kentucky as the stens In his coaatenanco af an Iron the time he nertormed this fe.--t l M'Chaac fV" vlut pistol in his band when the shot wu On , not dream of creating the nfltortefy 4rlns h'm In line tor Wiuon Iwvve U- - it anpars tliat there Is iwhpUy un. dl,1,1utcr & lle KoatocJty Aanloulitural will and resolution of qhanacfer. a'iy fallMl. the h ltas iwbloh wios him n m fired. into (exported obictlon to Oovrnor Alar- - Exafntan nt Stfttlon and dhxptar of U10 tills remarkable Journey Tn,,e l00"" wmled 'ouf (months ago dcntl-- s At the lnJt:vnon of the WUsan aim- - simf ot th earth fllie prpfessor was Inlands lo paid MuB BUAaiae3 nomination from Damqcrats of Aisnlcultutal J3epar.tmen,t of Sta,t ho ., and havo reaMed ait Mm m . .. .i of thn .r up,vczza, w;iu coma sione away so batai paid .ul t.. i3, OUIe db, own State wilio qbjeicts to jliLs eloi- - voIly' Ho rwa1 pneisldenit of the Op v Cnnimlttctt Sonator-olifi- t w.'ivHu.iwiqu ur DiKiiur tla hl'l ","4" ninth.. (Mtial'M ..m- - I .nttlL.. Q' SI) 21. Jnnus, chairman of (the n- -l. whfch rk Qnm,mjlssioaons Jn IexAngton anl a.'so is attoohied .to thu oberviatiqry, Wl'u vatlon ito the ueoond otflrtal position ,nh ' ..i, - -. .lldMadMiarnl fen.aaa.n uy nuari mj. mini.l putMA pilWfM W.0 IM- J- HA.V n notiacatlon coiiuhIUm, fvaTut a "it was a case of lit at ittrst you oenjj. Tlvey pro wxlttner acathilng a "ombtir of the State Flair Gammlsalon are said ito have passed between Crs. Vjto Oovernor Harnwn askioyr dm .j OtMclo mombox of the State don'it succeed itry, try ajeain " Pro- qnltk-lsSince .tlito occurred Air. Flenn hjas a - !UVtl to t)v Indiana 0emof his and SPltzJr. ,W,t r , rd fromon1lla,i. attend tlie notlflc-UloThis alors !Ulll itpraoIvm1WS Mnlada explained. qlippuis of a cantoom fnqm a Qknalnnatt English "Panhdr-AaRilcmtune. A It Is tear- UtU was snt out a Ions time tafro know Urat ,Uio Jast nruptlon, la-- paper, ffirMrga tram PUtsiurg, Buffalo SpHzer won to Qakd gto,tlon n(hiere (b,?r W Hwry A. Weber, Dr. 8Go4jl in- if they o as far as ithay tltveat, tho notification took plooe. No BnHwcr m 3 knitins tlie Ooviermor for roal or w"d a prooaas of diartfyins came Juice p(fi, gron,t?y madilllkd the Internal for- - and many otlier leading ipanqra in rnrv were ataying. Krod EnUsh qwone out a warrant for (Khp amnest of aad cuno from Govivrnpr Jlarmon. figure inuujlnory (jrJVnTanocvj, ItU nomlna(tlon uy swarht'a4lng, a process 4ilcJi now in (matfon of the craitor. Before t,hia;t It to ibto as a chamJUon nmdae ter. ' ot wm boallabllty rather Uian an was not oven any acknowjedgmpint tn4vVy luaed. He vroa a member of. looked like a fumwil. Its .walls rtopinj The last wns a Sattort ahall'mstrir (vim Conababie Anderson, aooqmnonled by au assftt, English otar.tted for Oaks. , , .ue Kivr. Ue. qcKity ftjr Ww Promotion of Agrl. uiwafd a ta moderate anle ,to the tor a wager of $400 ., . to .U10 nattoiial ticket- in rJirwltum. two men 'welch whlc-Oov-rnwas pf suqh (dop'.h big wiiat he does na,ie Mm beaten. times Senator Pomorrgw, cultural Scltryce, Amartcan f lemlsU' . central well, Scialety, Amorioan areolers AssoolfliUon, as ' render the bottom iUlbe JIarrnon's pViu trfand, Accidents Increase. Khe letter to as follow pm,d fa from Al To the Trustees of Ohio bvi invited to go over to Hqasjlrt to talk! vV(lilngUn Aug. of Political and So. any part ot the crater's mouth. Subs;. ton, Tiexas. bccI- -' A,mejUan Aaid-imSchools. over canvnaUn plans 'with tflruipfiHoi Covnirnor dents and the casuallthis rosultilng ,wra ''a'' HpUmpo owl past proslden)t of tlio qutnt downsUps during Uw "We Ate 27 loe oreorn gundaies in 1G Hontford, Ky., Aftg. 21, 112. to on sonvqwlvat mlnuitos, and offeir to .waser WW on tiha Vlimn. TJiese Invitations, ftAtigfi Ju.v on tlw 4n,crijo during ebe (ttiroe months AsaapUtilqn of Official Agricultural ajtonsd tho shape doun :x,tndd by a ponsonull ijrryl of wUlah endid Uanoli 31. Tlie pjUaaitorly ' Chmlata und line American Aasocialtion rosemhUns a cup, the bottom of whtcti outcome. Our wolglit, 98 and 101 rounds I have called meetings pf )ie a division hotards of rusjtoas Govoroor Wilson, 'have not laen o Artcatltunal'. jQollvgus and Experiment was vlslh ait uertaln laouurs ( of tlie respootlvciy. accident butcjtln Issued by (!io I)ntens.taito , fofdqwB! , day from itlie nnuth. a'oitAqms. cepted as yet, The (niturlor "HLOUHT AND WHEELQCK." Commerce Commission itoday aluqwa 2,3s3 .Dlvinlion No. 1, Qarnqtts Qnaek Church Is more or teas with "I guosv tho (Jcvcmor d,on't Kant persons were killed and 20,4,18 ,wpne In on Atonday, Aug. 20 at 9 a. m, 1 ' County Committee Meeting. Road Working in Brecldiridge. fumairolfs mlttiting abundant Jts of to lalk ito nw," Ppmerefie .jurtd. In tro,Vn ncoldnnts, 267 pensans Division No. 2, Fordsv,Ue tliqoV fauil-Ini-g Wjlu-is Quoted as ,liavlng PiaSi-oni wore k4rd olid 4.S75, Injured an ImorUuw flllio limcklnrl-- o N'wtJ, of iCIvenppm, vapor mixed with lurtroxjhfar&ci add Hartford, Ky., Aug. i9, I912.-T- he Jle-- ( en Tuosday, Aug. 27oit 9 a. m, and sulfur ettod hydrogan. Of thto vortvO Invltatlonia wfw exttwido.1. of J21 MfUil und l.fib injuned as com- - sails: puuiknn, Oo,unty Executive Commitioa No." 6, Cntentowji, Tuasda my "WiUi aUtendarct I tor Ol'do county U honeby fUed to Division Oovornor Ilarmou fouls iiurt baaautu (Kirrrl with the onrruapondlng QUantor ot itiod Hupwvlsor Qaraar rfltjurnied from faithful Aug. '27 2 p. m, ., Chicago lost week. Ho was t,lvere looking r.cacJwd Una mouth of the oraiter nit 9 maeit at iho court house in Hartford, Oovornor W.l'on swit W. J. Hrynn, tan. o'clock on Friday morning, 1W0 Hirst Ky., on ifoturday, AubiuisI M, 1902, .it Division No. 4, M,t. PlVosanitj iWodHarmon's oUlUnw enqn, InV Ohio Of Ahc 8,1a fttWiUlcs, 1,116 wore suf-- at road maialiinery. Ho nays lio ' nosday, Aug. 28 at 10 a. m, o iwork for Wlltin d(Mstes when tho forl by tnmasaftnH, arsons pno tor mad;9 fast a rope 150 yards ton. 1 oYfpck p. an., for U10 purpose ot for two crua'teffl, uiis rail DtvteSon No. 5, Orq?n Brier Sqltiool wual oourtqJw would ro, tra-.kprovisions uf tlio us iliornuahfaros, or tlioJa Oohxnjqrt dW.rlot, wlloli ho wJH put wlii'jli, sluing around the wuilst, eaa,bV;d carryvK out the fliursday, Aug. SS at. 10 a. m. without stiUng rides on trabis. Jn Indmstrltl to work crushing utono as soon as it s'idlng, partly Jianglns In resolution paaaed Uy fchw, ( IbaQiub'lcan. Jiivo Wt Ouvormir Ua: lD1i',Uwi No. S, opposition 4u his nun Ht'jte acliilB itJio!w wJituli qcounred qHhor In arrives. Mr. Carncr Is iwalqliur uus pu the ,fushion ot an Alpine climber to State Con,trnl. Convm'Jttice for Ksntiucl:y 30 at 10 a. m. Dundee, fVlday, Aiu. igctneraVly Uko nillnaad rJiq(xs or in itlki) pr,osrf.ja of In- - live road question. He auis Shcru Is Tho Ha"iaon mn a ilARtili of 120 yurds In the at u moutlng IwW In Louls,vlllo, Ky.. I ikopo to be abe to meet nv.ory truMtoO Alio dustjiVtl 'their chief, are sow to accept w,ork tor ratoys-S- S wore tqo Jiiuqh mqnoy spent pn tilw roads soutlKViat pant uf tl) con, whert on Aug. 7, and .to tranqaot any iqUisr In Uie ooiunty at tlts.e moeiirigs. I attur caroful ohservatdqn, I ibfid de business which may qomo up for the o'Jie bnanih. TiiMy cunnoit ,work 0i klllnd mid 22,076 injury. In iliiese fojr tlw r,os,ults. A anushar, I10 aaj- foal tiluuit p. irmait jdea ot roublo may b? any onti1iUf.Ia.m ovrr tlio Now Jor.ey Is inraia(l In evcry road iSrlat xn Uie elded wan the beet pqltt ito nako a consideration ot tlie conynlUoe tiio movement of looomoUvos or county. Ho wutvts to Inuusunxte a now dutso.vit. man, A very prominent il.iruuMi min curs wus not takmi ftnto account. Evoy mnmber of .tilvo Mqmmdttiae Is avoided If u'a will attend. Alt fficia mwlliiR tfie'iecAV "aw wm ib expWnxl. Sj'fitum of wjivktUig the oqiiiU. IM iiAWvy ridge sloas out- cvuwiatly wmtl to bo t,r'sent In iiho Statu of KontUiLky, a cip44ilUt of Una "Thore tli Honoits of e'Jctnlij lines cngagiui in In1IENUY L,EAqH. Sup, who is worth many millions and who terstate conunoros Jiows porsona 4l'J with all dlstilct (lupenvlora, emp'ry a ward from the Hldqs ot the cqno ful'y and not by (proxy, as 41ls is u sanlous uTong tlio,t .ledgo matbur and one In Wihkui qviry ls ontlve In UJiiwxiraUo Siata po'Mtlus, und 402 Injured in train accidents. OUvtf coniniUviit man iwiio knows Ms burliness, l"0 Yirds. Truveitng boJ Roosevelt Expected to Help. A ild while here a ilay qr two ago: AiU kinds of accldonU mwiuU iho jatu'JUiB to fat iwJi district, liave ivbn auifxriivtnd wo riyiuhod an Immuaso mass of laval ltpu,blKun Aliould be kvtortiqd. gqlng to ls to vivo Wk'mon SO an,d Uie Iniunqd to 9J.2. Jngircs afl Ji work and liavp It ono ivfiorp rock und Oliver matter from the crater RepU)blkains ore invlud to bo unusquit, "Wo aru LuiAnton, Ky., Aug. you to bo prpaontt in slvco expect to make a rtfl Jynt It is ivlidxd nvost and dpno iwoli. Ho slide In .March, Ull, s'oplag at an tlw b'a;eat maVvlty nud J)amocratin A'auln asklr In Kentucky. Col. lloosevclit with a crustier to prueh tlio rock Mv angle, of SO dogrees. for Prastdaiit evor roclvtvl candUtaita Marvii Miller Hoiored. parson, I am, tilmseif, it Is said by local panty kp.1-w- s, "We aain nvvle fast artqthor pable .from Kentucky, on Uw ilnry tUajt ho Mr. Marvin MWVr, Vie , Vory Dlncoroiiy yours, tuintars along Uie fvyl would t fHqknt purt will niuky at In one iong cnuiblky) ,us to ito haul it Ao. In this way aooJ, 120 , yfwd lnioi'ivv'tlc ,1'riMJWejjt w' j sjenosropjier ot Uvo Sixth Judiokul will bo the A. B. MaltTilN, qiOm'n, reaeh tho state, and It exported othjr will wln Jiave for a good muny yoans." been aleotfld HiYwIdenit of tiho pemwionrt roods could Boon be built, furtlior the huge bank ot vKlanlc mi'-te- r lias tuOr K'.'iitutky from one wvi to Netke. (Uie TJbts oowrt Ahrust ciihotd a ftur fro-- . Kentucky Shortliand ItMpotH8 osspola- - Mr. Oarnv has tiie rldl tlio sumo Ideas anfl we pfojtoficfl inward by The Ohio County Itarmem' Mutual )Td . otbor, Qowa-no, quoqty, exjuttwd by ,tlie Jlfirnn men. tlon, at the sttuto mealing pt tihe hope to sift tilrit aapry t(lnini out. Pvo- - lands'ldia. ' Johnson, of OuiUfiurnlu, a'amblrag plo wlio are in t(WfT rxf good roails we plione Co., (HurCtord Division) .Is roady Uw .nuivnlng mate of Col, Jtoosvrtayo Wlbon us Pnvildent would ha Who oialon, liield at Lexington roocntfer, "Alitor two h'JUrs' 'iyi 41io Uie crater, to rocalve bids for tin ppuratlng and , will spoolc in Keutuoky, wilille fonnver botWani of in a china shop und wqu1 split other ofUoers qlKMon iwcro: J. a. Ala- -t ouiqUt ito stand bolilnd find iio(p iiilm. a hud whWili pjowel maintaining ot t(he axohsuisu at jiantford Senator JJovureldge jand flonmor llopn-Knaombled a glsuntlo tlio DtMiio'rallu ivuly wilda open. bean, ot Loulsvlro, BW a ivnurt n- All bids most be in tlio Isinda of samtuitlvxi Iixn,dls, of Indiana and pilveis Colt Show. tVM. Wo remained two huma at tho men ulso oro sore und are porter, flrat vlo pwld;snii Jlofry, JKH4j The Clark Thompson Bros, will liokl ,tlmlr pjuiu. bottom of the onoitqr, took numerous presldoitt C. P. Known by 13 o'uCock. spoakt'rs of Natloaal rjenouin, are .stL'i uurslng thulr gnlovancos bonded gore, of CaUottaburg, pnoUirfptofAlclat sjfevtia., Ifo ad. aavl obsar- - noon, Saturday, August 24. i'or funtlwsr iVntod fur oddroaae In tl banonie,trko and barbecue on (th.Jr thormomotrla .down from tho IJaltlnvire oonventilon. I nanoriW. ascond ykoe prealdoont. and M al ooit oe C. P. Kaqwn, Pn., diUon the ICcntucky Prosrosslvts wlIU Whtlo Speaker Clark liJnBiit tries ,npt lis E. C. ltugers, of Uixitngton, uqciMtry. (arm at Ilqnton, .Su,turday, Auguytt 21. vatlon. and anad a coTlectlon of mln. Information era", and othr volomte mfkUor It turn loose th'ir beat uxik,lqg , Evwvbody InMttcd. , , froih Hartford, Ky. aruoo toe sari ana bwcarpoas vmufi uo trcouior, j , ,Wn,"Jitiutiton, r lng rooknclVil to Alio nmdnnfllci of In ffplte f tli fuot, lnopvwcr, thtt Cork In trj ln rift in hIiow IiU f.j fin,; tlio Of irk men in various jvstlofM of tj. county urn sullen. 1hey ani w'vUig til:.' WtVfti lndor.i u griit dull of worry. jWH--so- n. iTi'n Inventor Process Bottom of Vesuvius Resembles Cane Flowed Fields w -- - I of Clarifying Is 960 Youth Wounds Self Whea Free Trip to Farmer Boys. y .Jamra L. Dvtf socrotary of Uw State Pair, lias written iwkllljf tha,t hoyp fiwn Ohio ooiuunty'ontor tho Kamwr Hoys' contest for Ww .beat on Wie ubMt, "Our ilorrve FUrm" Ony boys between tire agiw af ftftjn, an,d oteUtqen ar ellnlbjo. flurc; will be 120 boya from all over thp state who will hawa their expenses paid tor a week at the fair and tlvelr railway fare from liome ard roturn. Hlne (wool: at li fulr, vvjhlQh is held at loulsvllta from Hept !Hh( to 14,th, will iaoludo Uisions in atsnlculture and tlie hoj will a'l loamp together, making It a tp.ro outlns for those who write tho suflceas. Kw-tuckjis le Juices. I I Feet Deep. 15. Kills Girl-Wi- fe Aid Will Die. t'l Lexington, Ky., Aunrunt XV. Mel Aug. 17. Tina tlio 1 oqniiltic party lias beii lm.lt darLaj avlai'jQrwp'ftorni'jl atorttoB hasarloua , feats, but jt l uate to say that norm of tlvqni ever knowuifeiy ran a greater risk than d!J omr Some.of 17,-- One - . . iirj fi!r ilb-ii.t- i w ! Irts-arml- mlnt-,bxiLL- y nt w ,.tn Ji ta re ,- Sw.r . II 'f Iit ran, .to'.-Uier- uv y Cilw-T-t'-y- y 1 ""i lon vsar. .tv 1 I - siv-n!n- tovjr aav-nitmc- tv.-e- 1 '" u to-d,- iy llii Jajy pfcy-siola- ! ...,. .Jr. ,... i.m'm-tvv'J- - -- lj ... .... jar h ...... I 1 ' f nir PI A Unl-ivi'- i. ltt;r it .w-j- j. ,- 'iuts tdt i" if !' -- !'" fwu A 1 w. tes-ioi- s ju nrl. pter .e'rol Mt or m lu frn Cooty nt , , ' 1 d intor i id . s .ii rtly - i uoul-den- ts ivan ( Sl.-O- Vio u:n-pail- iwt-Is- lit . fyii r hs.i-th- at ( y. - tiw alJ Jsn. ..... t?. J '. ,i. j, k. .. . . 1 ,.- - r . i ,i vr PF w.iij. wn w ww juLjoiWwwiwwwa S, . '..: rr.il ii! i liiiwliWwl PWH BREEDERS SW-- " .) t Ml or FRUIT TREES ... ill viln !!, iin' it .t llk iuilt w, ns otfn' n it iimi qm.uvt '-- r'e't aril t if ivt . iniit.1i, n oiu 'tint uluil's w II li arowm ji imt v Wi mid U It nit l f I In : h 'ii' l. - . 7F' ! "-- D ON TO GOOD Large-Bodie- rli i iiwhv . w "cl nn" oitlllifltlMi Jit!" i'w In .i ) the ' ll'.tl 'f .ry, tun woull i lit " nit Ti.liwul fp with nun j all lill'tfi f r'.l. . nme Um .ui..r luct-lthose descended from young progeniIs iot tiiudl by u lurk if t utility, but tors not fully developed, llonrs and sows for breeding should be kept in n ljj often It K Good Variety Trees Should Bear TIipT" Ik n CM'iwj good thrifty condition but not fat. for tinlrr1iiotU3 PURE-BRE- D CATTLE ARE BEST The writer has always been troufruit trees. Tliey are neatly ulwinys u Every Year bled to keep his breeding sows from ref I pt Ion luralnst tlw minor. Troon of To Be Succettful Little Oetalla Must becoming too fat nnd consequently Not Interfere. n irixi! I variety ouwht to lear eviory yorir farrowing a small number of scrawny Keep Up Not Be Overlooked If tlio hlovmms irc not kllkul ly frost, Plga. Records of Animate. or If a' y hive ivt Iwn nMnwcfl I once took a large sow to fatten i, v,r too Heavily u- - year iiuorc. uui- -' for one-hal- f breed of pure-breA Am- - in- - IntT '. m i.i iiuii Rrnrra the pork. I did not know liy the firpJ Fl c of three, fruit production Is l cattle la a source of much pleasure ns, she was with pi? nnd fed her all th.o iruinot fnll to !" tlesilfy n nutter of tiw ievlii un,l well as profit, but to be succqgsful ile-- , corn meal and wheat middlings she of iflprolmtlve tr e that tails must not bo overlooked. Ji'jw n.w twp l.ilnol(J-- rviiwmii ifor such vitality, ntul this cnniUllui i il tiirnln-- u breeders nnd beginners nro too Many would cat. tny Imagine careastonishment nnd vexaone,jcj by llu prop r witln'y l" of the i liir ivn I'tiiin :h' less. They keep no accurate records tion when she had three little dwarfed t l 'jin s wimw with A'1 f mr, cirdlral prlmi'iKs (f fiti'.t ir of births, neglect their cattle, fall to p!gs not only smaller than pigs usual If It I" n, vat My fiu't irjf, lz., prun'n, Hjirijjn;?, c sVlvnrlns' keep up the records, do not take proply are when first farrowed, but ema-- 1 f .rt' I z'ji . iluv" Ii; niTt'tnl imtier nf luipri- - er care of their cattle In winter, nnd elatiyl. Llie iriu'iVr 'Sows for breeding should not bo al Kr.ifu'rw In tli"'i'" l V.raiil ductile tr a nliniuM istudv UN nomll-t'.o- are often caught with a lot of surp'us p or not and unmerchantable bulls on hand and lowed to run with tho fattening hog nit io h wl'h milnty. The iiviin riling Imucvir. He ur K'n properly applied, nnd no buyers. Let me nild that the only fed on corn but kept In a pasture by jk.r.diM .'iiatJIi.y tn Uie niin,wni!Mit. tfi' way to dispose of surplus stock Is by tuemsoives anu given n plentiful sup"XL'S It ' U flml .tri i Unit are tin!! wjo'y tlu tiwrKlrt; f iii'nm, Jf Judicious advertising' In some good ply of slop made of equal parts of fw-- j tkri,. I 31 ,um i1!, twinl, uuih.itfrt r kI Slnuis'liie. farm and stock paper, says a writer wheat shorts, corn meal nnd wheat ..-tills, ill r.;rle fall .: reallz.-- , K f vm, j in an exchange. bran. Keep your herd In nice, healthy con11a in s ue a rtinMtlve is mo.t Mtiir Hart.'ord Di uppist Deserves Most young sows will breed when dition, so you will not be ashamed to three months old If nllowed to run Praise. imio, ml tiliit tloy i"iulre attontlon show your stock with a i but matter If tJuywc tp lrsoo-l- i lo a.wrvoi JIako a yearly to prospective btiers. months boar, young eight or twelve Te OWo Connl. )rHB Is ns exhibit at a few leading ns Is Judicious to wf...i.i.. ""-t t uui. ma.. .- - n from Hnrtfon! ptorto for Intra. state and county fairs nnd present breed them. kft. Hiin .. tf. ,nu ,ur- . tuvii i 1..1 Ik,J iu" b.v.-,tuoiiB hero tlic fliiiplo your stock In the most attractive form The pigs from old sows i, i miViroil wiui liriWi tint Httle air uid jjlyc rlr.e mWture, kftown as Ajlle'-l-k- i. at home, ns well ns at the fairs. In de- will be more In number nnd frequently siral lUHt fin r i io!i tli wtl r, lnfvit.Ml scribing our sale stock to prospective double the size of pigs from young (tvinvnn rwnenly fl: Th's antl Olsoasos wltli nl KhuU of rows when farrowed, nnd this with the oo'iune fatuous by eiirlnc .ippn Iks tin same feed nnd care and will frequent- nil, of ouni?, hwtrliu little or no uid It has now bein illseowTul tlutt A ly weigh 50 per cent more at a ear fruK. DO.Si: icllovta 1MBjjjjjBJjjjjjjjjj)jfc',' tf&""''-'t.SINOI.i: otir Mtom.ie'i, i ' old. Cfin purti tryj li1 "limulit ilnt'U" as on the stomach and ivontlwitlon! I X- oi oniy tnis. nut it stunts or or, 'a other rnnv.5r Usually ST.VNTM. It Is the only remedy whkh.i xftBBBBBBBBBBBJIBlBBBBBBBf dwarfs the growth of such young t cnn.r! ttv ilf .tli" ittrnoM m if oi, ' things permanently nnd they never atnevtr fails. J. prolnby X.ir. It i tru tint tliey tain good size. vkH'knBlBvv4sVBBB&." lievr do m "ll n- ,tri tr' iWl jini Lc in the Alphabst. r'y from tlu c.'jirt, nivl i; miy hu Admopt vv"rrin.- kiiuWyi tint of .ill GOOD FEED-RACFOR SHEEP Uiat Uic n.nl'ar'ni IkUiIt J'a.s liooonie ,'ie lo'te's 'n lli 4ilji' fix ,' K 's most nistil' (Tt tnim i')i fls 1ivIVjij tint frrr.ii iiitly Grain Trough Placed Beneath Saves inr'ojl, luK nut mi.iy VUV-- , Muy vJl ,i nnl Int tlio k' .v Jit r ,ron 'on In wilitoh tli Chaff and Leaves, Most Nourishing A Pure-EreHereeford. uliiUiuus) f Hiioo-ur urciLt ikii.hIi lo ous Jn'itns ale . Part of Feed. h.is buyers by mail or otherwihe, never Justify the effort. protty tuveura.Uly ait,tld tlvu for (By J. W. GOODWIN.) The iUiIiv; to ilo Is to remove the i."j itm-.- s I. Js used, A und IT come overestimate the merits of an animal. The rack Is made with a pole for Mako good every statement, and make coniHtloni ri?poni ll" fur t,'i3 troublo. net with S7 uiVi; I, X, O nnd S wlV the bottom rail and a piece of 2G every buyer a friend. It is first there Jioiill lo u hwivy prun- SO wth; H 61, It ffi, D 41, I, 40. V til, to retain your old customers cheaper inch scantling for the top rail. The than to ing. T.ak3 out ml il'iul, broken ami V ntvl M M eaeh, 1' Si, AV aivl V crossbars are pieces riven from an hunt new ones. Knjjcrf Minis Jiranihc,. Cut them off .'), a and T 17, V, K. V JJ, K s, Q .1. There is no better way to restore or old piece of timber. These crossbars are four feet long nmotoiyily to tin "hIiouMt,'' t'svt H, I, X t, Z 2. Of cour.se itlie numbers .vy keep up the fertility of your soil than and about ono and one-hal- f inches In quit ii'J ioni"wliat with the anil jituliSj lo not of composition by keeping a herd of beef cattle, saviun.ila with siod'I f ilte 1 ad jiilnt. mt tlio nljonj ll.st holds (joul wlthi the ing and applying the manure. A liberal supply of both grain and rough CuiUlcs 4.vium1 by il viy should be ordlrarlly ustd. feed should be grown and consumed X'ilcd with carejit. It M wll to iio-by the cattle. They should be kept with tin In aOUltloti. Jarse wounds How's This? In the barns and all straw-stack- s .ISc.sUl a the above one ahouVl Iwad We offer One Hundred Dollars Ite-.iconverted into manure and re(that can-l- turned to the soil. A. well-brefor any e.s. of tiaek the mis of the animal In th3 hms3 of Pi"a,"hfl. They be tdrcd by Hall's Catarrh Care. will not consume as much food as a r. j. CHUNi:y & co., ToWio, o. scrub, and will always sell at a profit, can Htund cutting lutk Into wood four to We. the uudr.'-sln'd- j or five jivus iM, juples nnl pciars can luie known !'. even ir sent will the butcher. The best bring a fair profit to individuals not i ivlurc xo much of It ai p volieS f. Ch'iicy for the l.it,t 13 ytara, audi the owner when sold for breeding J in p.rlietly Jionoiable In a?,l ,busl. UuireXone tiny .should be "headed In" and f'noclallyi olilc to monoi .lshfy. ChcirrUs nlvou'tl new be l'ss tr.insaetlons Feed Rack for Sheep. h'.'.nl-i- l airy out any obllisathins made by lit liek and plums vary little. SAVE GRAIN IN FEEDING HOGS diameter, shaved smooth with a drawing-Walilhw. Klnn.ui & Man In, TUs prunlns Is prlmaiilly for ninnlne 'hm. knife. up the tro" and for oono'ttratuig the Whob'alo Diusitlsts, U'oledo, O Two Troughs Conveniently Arranged The holes In tho top and bottom find uniy ito n snajtcr nnwunt tf top. Hall's Cataiih Cure Is tak"n Intorn.l- That When Corn It Devoured rails are mado with an l wll' hi a vljorpns Riy. oJ 'y, acting d!r ctly upon tho blood and I Jlio More Will Follow. Tho crossbars are trimmed to fit the miL'oUM Mlifae.s of the .sstum. Testiivw wool, ohtcr oondlUons (lnuiJJ holes and then wedged to hold them wljl piobi'My be at the monials tent free. 1'ilce T3e ivr bottlo. ' Make two troughs six or seven whU!i The bottom rail Is held in place one-hal- f Inches wide and two and feet against the side of the barn by two of ft lilt for a ioupk of ytirs. Sojd by all Druirglsts. Fit the3e which has JudlnloiiH iuuii- mut fol Mv la the Take IlaU' family IMlJs for consti- long. will cross in troughs together bo strips of heavy sheet-Irothey tho middle, writes J, been bent to lit around the pole. ' Xkt'r y.ai.s to coot, ot fiLs. Wktir pation. E. Spencer of Mount Pleasant, Tenn., The top rail Is secured by a plecoof KiiauiUus rnuit HPioiits and siipf.iHiiui In the Missouri Valley Farmer. Make half-Incropo which passes over a Japan's Poultry. 'tie illJisently reinoi enl. fine third to a chute five feet high, large at the top pulley located In a hole in the wall to the latast ii7U1j.lilo nini! Jilf of tin 0Un' irroulji inxif l0 and six inches square at the bottom, above tho rack, a weight being at,i!i re ,ut fU.Jil 2"7 ilmii-stl- Cv.-years, "huiiilil In" for tin flii,t t, tached to the outside end of rope, niw:ifl t'tittlpK !i a hint i tin wioii.i.l :i J.ijun, an. d .it $4ll".,ill. fl'he iu"i serving to always keep the rack r of t'Ks iiodmil is kIuji at 1( li'Vi.t mtir r'sul'dly. against the wall. When tho hay is put in, tho rack Is bi. n, .tliid at $7,1,'M. .la'.i.n Oni h'iou'iI tike lu'o consld tjUlJn drawn down, and when filled is pushed ,r aji iwii .smply ,n nni il..ininl m'liie In la prim'iiK th I. rii'DK luih-it- s ua Reasons For Unproductive Trees. ni. M STOCK I Plgt Prom Old 8ows Number More and fatten Double In Site When Farrowed. (By J. W. INGHAM.) Sows should be retained for a num- 'A rt.rrntlv ' I rttJCiiJiidAiVid n ,bove iviiul'vnim nr ' nn ber of years until their places can be fliled with their equals. It Is Well known Mint tlio nrnirrnv from mature parents arc superior to ' IfFrutDoej -- d Impr-3-sV- pr.v-mi.-n- vlt. H.'finitlv nrmen hv experiments on nninmls tluit alcohol ii Ins lowers the germicidal power o( the hmly nnd tln't alcohol parulyzcj llic white cor- up nnd destroy disease Kernu. &uto!esn( the blood nnJ rendersv( tmrrn Limbic to ttke liiminu race, of tlio over oie-Incause the dcitli A Mood medicine, mace entirely wi loit nlco'uil, wliich is n puro jjiyesrie e- tract of roots, ouch as liluodroot, Ouc n'a root, GmJcn Seal root, Mandrake anj ilnijist f.. t!ia past forty jcars as Dr. Stone root, has been ctcn.icly sold influence of this extract is Ilka Tierce's Golden Mcticul Donncry. - j icir-.lii- .i,J Moo J u bnfici' In tiic to.ad which f.ivis lifi to the blood Nature's inllucncc-'-tli- o the vital fires of ilu hot! '.urn !ir:,nu. mid their increased activity consumes tha tissuii ruti'.ils'.i which has uceu.iui titod durim :'io wii'tcr. , V. 'icrci', tli. lo'!nd:r ol tho Invalids' Hotel and ol lariis etpcricnje end i;.I !: ute, uj rj 'ico,- ' i tin flrit to r.n.Uc ir nn At.TimvTivn IivrPAcr ol , i-- t' , or narcotic. 'I' e! i 4i uvt "l j.'""iiiir. Itir I vilto to It ynu kniw of , uur imillcltivs ami self .vlF f, i Ihn line wio.m Hv i ' M Ilrv:ji,rf !.lilymllh, II. C. "I inf. n Comultnl four doctor but ni . li al' i ni lal I I wci In coniump- i tslilUt onumlnu my rr, that tho . j.. . . . ,n j ii. , v u.iii.1 wtnitl heiil, A kind f rten I . rw. unkh I ill I, nnd after .oven month) I iili., D it. , health than I l .vli ,l"h Dr. I'lcrre's fit. -- rr. - V i h1J niHin I 'iialnt. Hint I enjoy Snlroan! i crdll. ! nnd "I'hsmiiit rrlliti fur m 111 ' i In'il ...m1um J yi riiimiminl your mcJIcItu. ,i i. Dr. Tie v n l'lLioiit l'tlleis rctiuiuto liver nod bowels. liir.i: ';.-- VJc'uHsk".1 ri' -- - i.'.-o'i-ol in . ' . li; T. n:iil-iit!v- iJIi-'r- o uli-n- it. n' - t: l'anl liry JAMES & CO., r-- ihr Pirst Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. IVtunpt Attention and Ootid Hon ice. - - 1 1 ,,(, TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, lnrge-bodle- Ins-ict- I I J OUR CLUBBING RATES. Ihk Republican and 1niisville Herald The Republican Thk Rkptiilican Thk Republican The Republican The Republican Thk .republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican TiIk Republican and Courier-Journal 'wrl, $1.35 .iO .75 lo-- -- t:rs o K tiy .i-l- d us-d- lji-irUiie- y I nnd St. Jouis and Honiu and Farm and Twice-a-Wee- k Owfiisborolnquircr and Louisville Daily Herald stud juauy uwensooro inquirer and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger Globe-Democrat- -. J I.fO 1.75 3.50 3.50 1.75 1.75 T, tl i and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. . and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1.30 1.50 1.50 well-bedde- rd brand, IJr-ti.iilri- ry ot d Address all orders to be-ie- ve m THE REPUBLICAN. inch-auge- YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads nor-ma.'- 1. n Noteheads Envelopes h Ti-oi- Statements Cards And other printed forms are given iin-V"- of tin :iuKa, o'!n r Ue ho may la riiimvlns 'HjO binrira wool. l'(ihos li'wr on the ldi of .!ie ,wl of th" jir. vlous nnoaeji, m.ilny nt iln bah" of ws iuntly Jmiilliiif-l- n It, n'ould not IK be too hny or the fruit llns,mu liu hjiiomjI. AlI'Vs and p uu b'.ir on ;ui.s on iln 'IKs of iim idir wyiil. houW U"t r Id remov.!. mud Vi 3 Jims bi'ir on the n'nv wvl iuhJ on wpui.s, ui IniiMi pnAalitlons wl upplv tn tlium. With the only pnuilni; n!ii.(l bu to take out uinfUi'JilK boinrft.s. Tlw fiult Js liflrno on Oftui tli,j troos wiU h foiuul pht-irlo- to llTi.jV; jiunils, vmued at 17', Jl'.' a'niT.t Mi'ilrii fiom I'Uliui." fr s, Im; ontiLtlons tin lMu am nui-nj- r' i i I I I I I i i 5s Heart Disease Almost Fatal to Young Girl the weight. The grain trough placed beneath and In front of tho rack serves as a receptaclo for the chaff and leaves of the hay tho best and most nourishing part of the feed which would otherwise be pulled under foot and lost as food. in place closely and kept in place by back against the wall, holding the hay Special Attention In The Republican t W "My daughter, when thirteen years old, was stricken with heart trouble. She was so bad we had to place her bed near a window so she could get her breath. One or TViey Hlifiuld bu with lnrMa. liuinWl out dl.lsn'Cy whl( n ktilfo Jul mikVll wire, .1 Jtp-Iwurk iiliould bo iwmovKsl Jiom the trunks Jn order that no pU'iea of o)ncioiii(nt uio left or .Iji,s?v;s ami djuaseus. W'l'ih tin many Indict anil dlwaso ainlts haw iru(ilnt it Is Impossible to rtyx (food fruit wlUwut pruo,liii Sui Jo fvvblo, ivm) llln moth, tin ul !o, vib und jiktuy otlid's ui.iko It lmi"lii.'Ue. O'd, jHMjiieted fieen iiie isli'MjCis for eveiy tivniy Mi it Trim fliM tieiitment In tlio way of fpray Iim wliimUl jn ihroiim iui Liipllia'.loji of lliiu milphur ito'dtlin, wihltili must bo Imw .In tin winter, wlun tin ttrw aro lonuuit, fur HiN iikiUilul wt'l kill f "I'.iW w Ikii nuulu htiun oiioiikIi to O Vmj- - jvili Insdots. j'sldi the winter xjuay una whould link) jnvipiiTitlous lor a UyisonJible e well-nJjth doctor said, 'Poor child, she Is likely to fall dead any ttme.' A friend told mo Dr. Miles' Heart Jtemedy had cured her father, fo I tried it, and she began to Bho took a Rreat many but she is Bpnred to mo to day, a fat, rosy cheeked elrl. No ono can Imagine tho confidence I have In Dr. Miles' Heart Jtemedy." A. It. CANON, Worth, Mo. c. bot-tlex, r i,iuij,Vi'. or home, fur ronlvo uttnition. Oiqlvwl tayi Mioiild lie umii) '1 10 nVu l)i fwmnuiu ito ft iv 1 th'iiu tJiu Kitouud U f(it'.uvl mid lii'iuJi Jn ad lltloji. It W for ti(K Ui jiiMilit'o ;in'.'l fruit im i,.r wi'li WnilVVns. Tie Mi'iis to do I to plow Usi It The unbounded confidence Mr. Canon has in Dr. Miles' IJcart Remedy is shared by thousands of others who know its value from ixjicriencc. Many heart disorders yield to treatment, if the treatment is right. If you arc bothered with short breath, fainting spells, swell- uib of feet or ankles, pains about the heart and shoulder blades, palpitation, weak and hungry spells, you should begin using Dr. Miles' truos must Heart Remedy at once. Trofit by olls wilth a the eNpericncc of others while you (.'iiltlvtatol. nay. In od, and Dr. Miles' Htart Remedy Is told and Hll.li woU guaranteed by all druggist. lopi'letts flst. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, In ' Good cattle require good care and feed. Pigs should be grown on pasture aa nearly as possible. Never raise a colt from a naturally vkious-temperemare. i i A couple of sheep In the front yard to fit Into the cross of the troughs, are as good as a lawn mower. leaving it three Inches from tho botHog cholera in Kansas 1b under contom of trough. Shell your corn and trol, at least for tho present. pour Into the chute. As the hogs eat Cough affecting young pigs very the corn tn the trpugh more will fall often Is due to dusty bedding. down. The hogs' feed Is clean, and Never save a sow for a breeder unno corn is wasted. less she has a largo number of teats. It 1b absolutely necessary that tho Raising Early Lambs. stallion should have plenty of exerThe sole object In raising early cise. lambs Is to produco a fine animal of Pasture and exercise develop a good size and flesh and get him to strong frame that responds quickly to market at the earliest poslble mo. feeding. ment. To do that requires good feed-Tho boar should bo an ounstandins ing, good care and good management ' Individual, possessing all tho mark- from the time he is born until he Is jngs characteristic of the breed. sent to market. Some owners of land in the far west claim they can raise 14 bheep to ' Watch Unshod Colts. the acre on alfalfa and beet pulp. Unshod colts need Inspection f the The stablo that has plenty of pure feet occasionally, as they are likely to air and Is well flooded with sunshine grow more on one ajdo than tho other, is most comfortable and healthful. or to develop too much too. A very A pure bred ram of the coarse wool little rasping will keep the feet lev-- breed crossed with Merino ewes pro- eled. duces a good lamb for early fat tening. Some farmers do not realize the im- Gentl. Work for Mars. Gentle work for the mare with foal portance of providing plenty of salt will not harm her. but she should not for all the different animals kept on I be worked for a week before foaling, the farm, Self-Feede- r, d 1 rogx t Job Department. -- iivr srorK, rtesNGZ . Pains All Over! "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter In any way you want to, if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three physicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in better health than ever before, and that means much to me, because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me for a few days only." Cardui Womarft Tonic Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life' seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it . .- Writ - to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattsaoow. Medleloe Co.. Chattasooi. Teas. .ww, .w ininKtuor women." scatkc. J 51 - i i i X 'l . f ..- - V'4WfsJM(rPMiyA- mhuiih KENTUCKY STATE FAIR FEATURES Expensive THE BIG NIGHT SHOW. List o! Attractions Free to Visitors. PRIZES AGGREGATE $30,000. This Big 8um to Be Distributed Among Exhibitors Great Show of Live Stock In 100,000 Pavilion Three Band Concerts Daily Horse Races and Auto "Stunts." Two IIiIiiks tlmt nre cxontliil to tlio (if mi (iliiailloiml tuul ntniise- incut llistltutli iix'urtliiih' O) J. V. , Nl'wuiiiii, commissioner of mid .Tunics I,. iJciil, HciTflnry of the Kentucky Ktntu are IikIiicuiiu'iiM to draw oxlilhltois nml nttriii-tloiito tlruw tho public Willi Mils Idea In view the olIk'lulH have set out to make It profitable to Uilli exhibitors and patron, ntid to that cud iiotlilin; has Ihtii left undone that tniulit add to the (ImwIiiK features ImiIIi from the stand-lxilof exhibitor mid of the public Itk-l- i Kenerally. prizes have Uh-i- i offered hy the limuiiKcincut to Insure the Kreatc.st (INplay of cslillills ever Reen in any section of the smith or went more than !?:iii.KM to he to the mieivful exhibitors In nucci'Ks iiKrk-ultiirv- V p come Commissioner Newman (itid I lent hue same to i:reat In securlm; the swiile-- i Hue of 1 IIIIIUIIIIIilllIu jH ...... itil'U .... Il - peo- vu-- t iiut I.I...I lirr (injfile of Kentucky or the youth. Llbcratl iiiiiiI Ills raiuoiii liaial, one of the Vst musical oi'aul;'.atious In the couniimhIi-Iiiiitry, composed of forty-twund six soloists. Ikic been secured at u bis; expense, and the music loving public who attend the Fair this year will have no complaint to register on this score. This will lie licartl in comert each nfleriiiMin and iilylit In the bin pavilion I'nr those of tin visitors who would rather patronize the racing feature of the Fair than the horse show the tuauaue-men- t has secured another noted mini-eI organization In thu famous Day V Scully Hand of Louisville, which will furnish the music at the race track on thu grounds each afternoon during the week. For the fne attractions for each afternoon and evening the management tins provided some of the most sensational nctH ever presented to the public. Who In this section of the country has ever witnessed iiutoinohlleH passing . through the air at a height of sixty-Av- e feet? For the first time In thq south or middle west nml one of the few times In this country such an exhibition will be witnessed nt the State Fulr this year, when, every afternoon at 'J o'clock and each night at 8:.'!0 ojclock, two 1,200 pound machines will loop the loop from u tower nt a height of sixty-tlvfeet. This is regarded as the most sensational act ever coutrlv-ohy the human mind, nud Just as often us It Is attempted Just so often do the exhibitors dally with death In midair. At no time during the entlro day will there be n dull minute for visitors, It y being the nlm of tho management to provide tuich n Hue of attractions in addition to the regular exhibit tlmt visitors for one day only can leiivo for their homos the same night expressing the belief that they hnve been well for the time mid lnoney sjicnt In coining to Louisville1 for the one day. ln,order to please the one day visitors the management has looked well to thu daylight attractions, nud the big $100.-00- 0 live Btick pavilion will be the scene of much activity from early morning until late In the afternoon. Among the exhibits to be seen lu the pavilion will be the horse show, which will be given from 10 o'clock each morning until 4 o'clock each afternoon, bo that visitors may see the last ring of the day nud get to the railway stations lu time to catch their trains for home, none of which leaves tho city earlier than 0 o'clock. This great exhibition of live stock In tlnv- - pavilion, coupled with tho races ninl open air attractions lu front of tho grand stand each afternoon, makes the free attractions tho biggest mid best ever presented to the people lu this section of the country. Sec-retar- y o s tion n e d d tin-- vurlotiH di'p.'irtiueiilK. As an evidence of their faith In the people of KeutucUy to pnlihiilru an siicli as the Slate 1'nlr has In- Flags at Half Mast. Ever Kline Hags were used lq war It has been tho custom to have the Hag of the suiKrlor or compierlng nation nhove that of the Inferior or vanquished. When mi army found Itself hopelessly beaten It hauled Its Hag down far enough for the ilag of the victors to be placed above It ou tho same ole. This was a token not only of submission, but of respect. In those days when n famous soldier died flags were lowered out of respect to bis memory. The custom long ago passed rnm purely military usage to public nifo of all kinds' the (lag flying ut half mast being a sign that tho dead man was worthy of universal respect. The pace left above It Is for the Has of the great conqueror of all, tho angel of aeiitu. Quite a Change. Howell doesn't speak to his I cun remember wife. I'owell-A- ud wheu be thought il was worth l.to any a few words to her by long disHowell tance telephune.-Jud- ee. Vaudeville Aets and Horse Rings No table Features at State Fair. The big night show nt the Kentucky State Fair this year will bo tho most . elaborate ever prepared by tho management of the Institution. Ilollcvlng that night patrons of the Fair would Kentucky rather witness high class amusements Big Program For than to spend their time lu walking over the grounds In a vain effort to sou State Fair. many of thu exhibits, which naturally , close nt night, Secretary Dent has secured some of tile most noted nets known to the show world, which will NEARLY $7,000 IN PRIZES. lie seen lu thu inagnlllceiitly lighted . SliKMMiO livestock pavilion each night. ' at H o'clock. The miimige-inun- t has gone to an expense of $5,000 L. B. Shropshire, Assistant Secretary of the Fair, Has Arranged For Great to guarantee this list of attractions, Events During Week of Sept. milling which will be seen Hereog's per forming stallions, six In number mid The New Course and Grand Stand. Jet black and regarded ns therfffost fa From a racing standpoint patrons of mous animal act In the world; thu five Merkel Sisters, noted female acrobats: thu Kentucky State Fair during the g tin Ukurns. .Japanese wonders; me , weeK or sept. win no wen F.rfords, styled tho "Human ed Tor, us the program which bus been ItulteiilloM;" Itohlnson's five perform- - j arranged ,y j , Shropshire, nsslstnnt lug elephants, the Kddy Family lu two , f,,,,,. of lt. Ka,r ls oll0 of ti,e highly sensational nets, the Heugler i best seen lu Kentucky lu years. He Troupe of Itusslau Dogs nud other nets equally na high class. In addition .to i has arranged for six stake events for this high class line of amusements vis- trotters und pacers valued at $000 each itors to the night show will a No wit- nud six purse events fur trotters und ness the liest rings for light harness pacers valued at $500 each, and lu adand HJiddlo horses ever given lu Ken- dition he lias provided for six running tucky, lu addition to the $1,000 stake races, one for each day of thu Fair, for live gal ted saddlers other rich rings and u gentlemen's cup race and n genfor nil other classes In both saddlers tlemen's riding nice, the last named nud harness horses will bu contested two to bo decided thu closing day of each night during the week. Ilcemise tit tlwi iitiiirniiiiiu uvfionsn tit which the the Fair. Among thu stake raees will trotters one management has gone lu preparing for! ' " f,,r trotters, one each for the big night show feature of the Fair, f,,r -- :' trotters. trotters. ii:K pacers It has decided to rbarge aii'admlsslon lmers. The purse events wl of z: cents to the pavilion at nght. '""' -:Till tirli-- i wilt i. otitic Hie visitors to consist of onu each tor free for all 'J:U0 miv sent In tho big auditorium eveept Uotters.'JMS trotters. 'J:ir, trotters, th.. Im.v..s. For this son. thev will wit - trotters. 1!:1'J pacers. 'J;17 pacers und ness thu most famous American mid one free for all for pacers. Dining thu past two years the racing Kiiropeau nets now Is'fore the public. feature of the Fair has proved one of the most Interesting of any attraction provided by the management, and beSTATE FAIR'S TWENTY cause of that fact it liecame apparent to Secretary .1. I. Dent that better fawould to be provided for BIG DEPARTMENTS. cilities for the have caring patrons of that partial lur feature. With tills idea in view the very Hrst contract entered Into by Commissioner Newman and Secretary List ot Competent Superintend- Deut was with contractors for the en largenient of the grand stand, and when thu gates arc thrown open the In Charge ot Them. ents iiioiulug of Sept U Just twice as many people wilt be cared for lu the race Mtfkctlmi ttt the us foi'inci Twenty departments have been nr - j,y TL, uu. mIltoll to UlL. p.,,,,,, ranged for nt the Kentucky Stste Fair stund will be of concrete,. this year, and each department will lie similar lu every respect to the original presided over by a ineuilier of the state part of the big stand, making It one board of agriculture, nud. lu addition to of thu largest' as well us onu of the the various depart incuts having the most substantial grand stands tu the personal siicrvsiiu of n member of country. Here can gather thousands the board, each has Iksjii provided with of Keutuckiaus to renew old acquaintn ooniiH'tent superintendent, thus In ances as well us to witness the sport suring to exhibitors mid visitors alike that Is dearest to the heart of every careful nttentlon. The following Is the iiutrve born sou and daughter of the manner lu which the departments have old commonwealth. Unlike many of been nrrnnged and the member" of the the race tracks of the country, where iHiatd and the superintendent In charge trotting ami running races are operated v of eaeli: simply for the benefit of tho truck ownCommissioner J.. W. New- ers, the sport furnished ut the State Hoies. man, niemlsir In charge; It. II. cnu readily be designated us that Lnwrenceburg. superintendent: Fulr of the "king of sports," as the manmules nud Jack stock, Jauies M. Terry. agement of the Fair has no Idea of Cyuthlatia, member; Guthrie M. Wil- reaping any reward except that which son, Hardstown. suiierlutendent; lieef comes from a good word passed around cattle. It. J. Dassett. LeltehUeld, mem- by Its patrons. Therefore ull races ber; W. It. Moorman. Jr., Ulendenti. strictly on their merits, superintendent; dairy cnttle. M. A. ure decided Instance the best horse ami lu each Scovell. Lexington, member; IX A. wlus. That some of tho best horses Farra. Nlcholasvllle. RUiwrlntondent: in training on the tracks of Kentucky Creek, swine, J. L. Ietterle. Unrrods states will participate lu the member: L. C. Owlngs, JotTersontown. und other trotting und pacing events on the prosuperintendent: sheep and goats. II. gram this yearis demonstrated by the M. Fromau, Ghent, memlier; W. T. Cumpbollshurg. snerlntond-ent- ; fact tlmt already owners have applied Chilton. lwultry and pigeons, J. W. New- for stable room for the week and have made numerous entries to tho stake man, member; J. L. Grlbhle, Louisville, superintendent; vegetables nud events. Under the arrangements provided J. L. Letterle. memlier; mclous, Louisville, super- by Assistant Secrctuiy Shropshire one Charles Sclioltz. Jr., event mid one purse race will be intendent: field seed nml grain, G. N. stake decided each afternoon during the McGrew, Unyou, member; II. C. Iove-IncIloston, superintendent; tobacco, week. In addition to which Will be one running race each day. As ull events James SI. Terry, member; Judge superin- for trotters nud pacers, with the excepFrank P. Sebree, Carrollton. events, will be tendent; horticulture. Fred It. lllack-burn- . tion of the Stanton, member; W. II. Clay three lu five heat uffulrs, it Is needless ton, Hebron, superintendent; woman's to say that each afternoon will bo good sport for the Fair department, G. N. SIcGrew, member: crowded full of super- patrons. Mrs. II. S. Vuimaut, Frankfort, intendent; farming Implements, It. J. llassett, LeltehUeld, member; F. M. EVERY BREED OF DOG. McKee, Versailles, superintendent; for minerals, Fred It. Itlack-bum- , Included In Bench Show at Kentucky estry nud memlier; George S. Iah, CarState Fair, Sept. rollton, suiierinlcndcnt: students' JudgPerhaps the biggest und best dog ing contest. J. W. Newman, member; show ever seen In Kentucky will bo Professor J. J. Hooper, Lexington, su- witnessed at the Kentucky State Fair perintendent; education, II. M. Fro- this year, the week of Sept mau, Ghent, member; Mrs. John L. Heretofore tho dog show feature of Woodbury, Louisville, superintendent; the stuto fair has been confined excludairy products, Fred It. Hlackbiiru. sively to collies, but this year the manmeiuberf Professor J. J. IIooier, agement has decided to have a bench superintendent. For the de- show for nil breeds of dogs, and to that partment for plants and flowers C. it. end dug fanciers throughout the state VnnMeter of Lebauou will be the have becu Invited to participate in the member In charge, and ho will ulso be show. Since the Imitations were Hrst In chargo of tho racing department, Issued by the management through the while in the dog department Professor press several weeks ago many of the M. A. Scovell will lu the member havfunclers In every section of the state ing direct supervision. have Joined the movement to make this Already the mcuiticrs lu charge of feature of the Fulr n success. It Is ttu various departments as well us tho doubtful If there Is u breed of dog Biiierlnteiidents have gone to work to known to'thls section of the country assist Secretary Dent und Assistant that Is not bred and raised lu Ken Secretary L. U Shropshire In arrang- tucky, und it Is yte purio'so of the ofing for tho exhibits lu their depart- ficials of tho Fulr to have every breed ments, nud from uow until the gates represented. For several years the are thrown opeu to the public on the breeders of dogs other than collies morning of Monday,, Sept. 0, these have endeavored to Interest the manwill be kept busy completing the agement of the State Fulr In u bench big show. details for the show tlmt would Include every breed Those who wish to enter their kennels In thu big. show can secure entry Clearly Incompetent, "Have you ever been married be- blanks and ull Information by applying to Secretary J. L. Deut. It Is ufe to fore'" asked the license clerk. suy this show, wllf eclipse ull previous "Grout heavens, ypupg man!" tho experienced prima donna. bench allows or dog exhibits ever held lu Kentucky. The show will be held "Don't you read the puiiers?" Whereupon she wired Immediate under the rules of the Ameilcuu to discharge her press agent which ill give It ualloual -- Washington Star. prentice UU(1 character. RAGING TO BE GREAT HORSE SHOW. GREAT FEATURE 4. u-- n provm-Whirlin- i "-- d tlnee-yeai-ol- d I ' State Fair List Headed by $1,C00 Stake Week of 8ept. 914. The horse show feature of tho Kentucky Stale Fair the week of Sept. gives promise of being the greatest event of Its kind ever held In Kentucky or the south, and visitors will bo afforded an opportunity of seeing tho greatest number and the highest class show horses ever gathensl together lu n similar exhibition In any part of the country. The list of events to lie decided during the week of the Fair Is headed by the $1,000 stake for five gulled saddle horses, and over, entries to which closed July 1. With the exception of one other stake of the same value, this Is the richest saddle horse stake to be contested for In America this year, and because of this fact the entries closed July 1 with thirteen nominations, the largest number ever entered In a situ liar event In America. Of the thirteen nominations made they represent eleven owners, and It Is certain that at least eleven will be shown In the llg stnkc. which will be decided Friday night of tho Fair. Among those nominated In the rich prize are 1'owhattnn Woolrldgo. Louisville, one entry; I W. Itny. Howling Green, two entries; the r Undulate farm of Colonel Harry of Sholbyvllle, two entries; Hall brothers. Versailles, one entry; Collins & Itedinoinl nud Alllc G. Jones, North Mlddletown. one entry each: .1. I N'leol & Son, Woodburn, one entry; Mrs. Mellaril Tasker Lowndes. Danville, one entry; Hobert E. Morelnnd. Lexington; I lick man & Ormsby, Louisville, and Matlack & Shropshire, Winchester, one entry each. While the horses will not lie named until Sept. 1. the list of ellglbles Includes such star performers as Kentucky's Choice, Sadie Maeey. Rexall Prince. Hazel Dawn. Major Dare, Mar. vel King. Nkol Plate. Princess V. and others of equal merit. Other events for three and live gait-e- d saddle horses ns well ns for light harness horses Insure the horse show at the State Fair this year will prove one of the greatest attractions lu the J history of the Fair. , 4 three-year-olWels-slnge- Condensed Statement of Condition OF TDK Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close of Business June 29, 1912. RESOURCES. Lonns and Discounts.$197,018.C6 Cash m Safe 11,948.4:3 Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 540.33 2,000.00 $281,814.64 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $23,000.00 Surplus 27,822.10 Dividend No. 30 Deposits 1,250.00 227,742.54 ! Overdrafts Real Estate.Furniture and Fixtures Total - Total $21,814.64 The Only Bank In the County on the Honor Roll. Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARNARD, President. J NO. H. BARNES, Cashier. $QQOGQOQGQ9QGQQ&9QGQGQQGQto j V AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return KENTUCKY STATE ' FAIR NOVELTIES. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. car meets all trains. One of the Best Planned Is a Farm Boys' Encampment. Each succeeding year brings new features to the Kentucky State Fair, some In point of Instruction, others In point ot amusement This year the newest and oua, of the, best features ever planned by the Fair management is tho holding of a Farm Boys' Encampment duriug the week of the Fulr. It Is planned to have one boy from each of the 120 counties In the state In this encampment This will give one representative boy from each county a chance to see nud to study the best that is possible In the way of live stock, farm products, improved methods. Improved machinery and. In fact, every appliance and tool lu use-ouu up to duto farm. The knowledge nud educational benefit derived from this camp of Instruction will be spread broadcast through out the entire state. The selection of the boys will be made on a competitive examination of essays by a commljtee composed of tho county school superintendent, u member of the state board of agriculture und a member of the faculty of the Agriculture college. The applicant must be between the nge or tlftccn und eighteen years and must reside und work ou the farm. The essay to be submitted by them is to consist of not less than 400 uud not more than 000 words upon tho subject of 'Our Home Farm." Tho essay must bo In the hands of tho committee before tho 'JOtb of August Tho appli cant whose essay receives the highest standing will bo entitled to a free trip to the Kentucky State Fair from each county. In uddltlou to free truusportutlou. lodging uud meals at the Fair grounds will be furnished. Tho boys will be met at the railway station lu Louis vllle by competent guides, who will take them to thu Fair grounds, at which place they will bo under thu Immediate supervlNlon of Professor T. it. Uryuut of tho Agricultural college. For the purpose of studjlng exhibits the boys will be divided lu small groups lu charge of competent Instructors. It Is the hope uud Intention of the Kentucky State Fulr management to make this a popular feature und u permanent one, lu which event n greater appreciation of the value und merit of a state fair exhibit will be aroused. n CJOOPER.cS6, CO. VV$SS&$SSS994 6 Lit-lar- ...SEPTEMBER... 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, .14, 1912 .AT THE-- . BIO DAYS -- 6 9 Ul Kentucky State Daily Races Free fair Midway LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED AttractionsClean LffiERATI'S BAND Farmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES e, & 320 PAUL JONES BUILDING For Information, Entry Blanks, Catalogue, Address J. L. DENT. SecY. LOUISVILLE. 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Made in all calibres for every standard firearm. afaaFiaaf'issVanr When RtmingtOH'UMC cartridges are used, the arm is guaranteed to the fuU extent of. the manufacturer's guarantee". Rtmington'UMCtk ptrfect oetts coaUaatloa take-down. Lex-Itigto- oUl-cla- ls The Game of Lacrosse. The game known as lacrosso wns originally played by the Cnmidlau Id dlaus, and from them adopted successively by the French and English settlers, nud by them Introduced to thu United States. Tho object of the game is to drive the ball through goals situated nt each end of the held. The players are usually twelvv ou a side. In 1607 the Lacrosse AsmicI.i t.iu of Canada was formed, and an ludiuu team visited Great Ilrltaln. creating great excitement. The game Is one of real Importance lu tip English sportlug world. A lllnks-W- hy laEtbJ9nf i'IIIh ;K1 Remiagloa aB9Bfols AraUaioa Metallic CartrWe Co. WtwYoAOty Human Sieve. do you call him the hu b, nun sieve! Jinks - Itecuuse every tbrougb.-C- ln Call on The Hartford Republican for lliliig be dike up fulls tluuuti Kucjulrvr. Fine Job Printing t " 7,1 ' " "" ' i r im in n ..I "" .i.. -- -- rr1l vmwmii4WHwPit - '"wgs. ,.m rmri n wMmm)Fmm liu'tuwn ufUiTJIwt'iiSliuuiiiji in $ kmnm VIWth 'AWftBWJttt v Hertford Republican. bitdhIIdb to low nt the rostiifflr Hartford, K.T., a mull twitter of thi mtiiihI Kntflrod orx ml'd or to watch n tmc It lam, C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDIT0R8 HAMEY E. DUKE, PUBLI8HERB J. NEY FOSTER AND PROPRIETORS. communication H 4drsaa Im Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 8a!iMTitni lfflrlr.fr tb mlilnw moot Fire the old Bildrti-minnit. phium-edis to t In to n nm nulling the IH not t retnmr d tlnxollrltril rnntiiiKTlpt. enfawmrrompntilril by poMup-- . will recrlre no Anor.Tinun communication ntLstlon. movLSrtx aur!.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 23. L3 PROGRESSIVE TICKET. For President, THEOUOUE llOOsSUVEWT. For Vice President, gov. hiram JOHNSON. Kentucky will soon fe known abraid the In which are pltumt-jd NOMINATION ISSUED tt!c of town ife, in tiny itilinrt and ilaiiqhltr lin Ui'ilr If :' fo'k fown to Uvo dty7 friun,'! .tbe farm drwuy tlm.t thfy w-rCanvass uiilr, Election Commissioners unit It le nuiivrnt lii-w'mt munt It lmie nm to Wi(J PM Primary Returns at Il"? The tnrm that w.w only n ji'iwe nK' of; o ilttitlgc nnd mve tor tlw Frankfort. gnlng mnoucli nncy to ijult It iiud In attract noicr xnvj"e with the Ins Iwy find Iuok of knowUnlge made the farm Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 17. T.lte ftliduM 'ho ile Hoard of UlrcMon CommlsHlomirm such n pin1. Fn.rmir tlie primary rituni. from oin dcohlndCy fluivitMl major nln ' "' Lin live jintlon. The diversity of Uielr gro.iliia.l aiwl Jiullnlal dlstrlits to l.('j;itloii t nomination f- - tlie J'Mrt hUR'jiiCisn and the (uitnjtam.'.h.e rongmwtonal dtrit Sias issul t" A In wjileh they work and live renulre HkilnB, the nlty man W. lUrkhy, Urnuiorat, wV rc.wilv"l It. Currutirfil') otos. 9,'Xl ruil: ronv.ilMMly Othr wiwlldit ho oer him o ni.vp out Denny I. Smith, J.TfS; J. K. Jletidnlr.l:, pnox-Kembracing rt'J the Litest and lie draws wlimitln 3,4MJ J. C. OorUott, K. t, Siivrnd IrtHtrjIot A. O. Stank')', nutomatUviUy from the oriowd. Tlie only I,!"", no npilt!on. farmer who pains ktiowloiliro Third District Cf,rttffliate lfiuil U. through hU own iirin.1, toliv.me ivr sona.1 eJirlnce wlil jiroUthly be Y. TlMmuui, Inmocntt, vnil T. It. I)U. Thomas' vote wiis rctuly by middle age ito quit tho f.r;n on, Ilnpublljan. J. S. Uhea'J". f,'.'S; Dixon's, 1,67; for any plate where lUs lack does not won,-(Kir lii"p. In iUc lfl.rb(r yrnrntO .to lonve of fnnmci, oiiw-'ken- i iv country ,Crr OF lnvf CERTIFICATES tint half cup of butler, mp Kwrnt milk or vrtnm, mok umUl At t.Mrnuls. tmr- iApfii( imitisi( G'JWr Cookt ono cupful sugar, ntw r.irjifijjl Ivrd, two toonj otmfuli singer, tiwo t iiipmnfu's onr-ijia'- lf quV'-kfy- vsv-wVtTssresayvsfcI SS te y r'r. s arJiP. as tle State OJrfo County oil tklds. Judge O'ltear says he qan noltjher jU.i nor ftls nomination. Democratic Taft impels pfcsise oqpy. S Taffs administration Bo ft man out In the Attains, Jt loo'ts Is like tihe Louisville livening Post ltavbuj a mIMi' oinbtirnASjUng time of Jt In opposing Theodore Jtooscvult. ' Orcan?2d labor Is not to ibe foolThe ed in tills Frcseldontlal Contst. ackixaw'iet'eiitl the fact tlrnt pitictlcai ctluiii-tlo- n TCe lhave no harsh .wonds for our feladds to farming povtUil:(.lcR and low dttizra who may differ (with us on convinces the young man Klventh ilislrlet, certlfl.'nt and the questions and we acoard him young woman that there Is more to be B. V. Smith, Demm-rait- , pubjkc 1 ,300 VfJte3; which earned, and far more to be savei-l- , In Calti) Towers, TlcpuUkian, .480. tlie aame nights In tjiese mattr-riB- , Dtstrlet-Ovtlflc- ..te we one swing to take for aurse'.vea-t- o Seientli Apjv-'lat- e Tihe the country than in tlie city. do as we plty.se. Ksuucfl A. J. Kirk, Jb"tubUfin, 6,i2 y.stfiriJay education of lar;'.y wfut visionary and impmuctViuJ. fThe oduca- - votes and C. C Turner, Democnit, who First time in the history of our counany polltAeal party nver op- tlon of today Is becoming more and rocelwd 3,SJ0 votes to S. F. Hays' try twhein otrs. posed a bolt friom the opposing party. more practical and tquhnica. if. Disrtct-OertiftcevdrdpniUy alroady (thTy rj fitting the young folks of the farm Tliirtenth Judicial moans itliat It V. Furj-jcaras lenn- to do the same work Uiat uhelr foitjiers Issued Emm-i- tt sjnjze more danger from the "bolt' and mothers did, only to do it a (lUVc cratic nominee for Comninnweu'Ui Aittnr- , titan the otd party. 2,303 voi, to W. S. hetter and easier. iW'hen one con- - ney, lie Just as we wore finishing the printing sldfrs the dlflllculty In ciourInt a start- Bunch's 2.1S1. of 4aot week's paper our press jbroke ing .position in town or pity,' tlie exa. lotmta'n and this wwpk w had pense of living there and ,Uie uncer- Important Notice to Subscribers. to cb.11 for assistance from .the Itort-fon- J tainty of retaining 'a Job; tfhfi The ItpubUcna has rocolved notice Hora'd In casing off our first of staying on, or rqturnng to, pie run. We are groalty obJlgOd jto (tihom farm becomes more alluring: Jit Is a from the Third Assistant Postnyister General calling pur attention to the (or their assistance. foregone cono'uslon In with that postal regulations In regard to nub- In tlie state Thompson defeated Wfrlt!ngidrl! for creased .uWui'ne In effect scrlptlons. tliat no paiprs coUpges, wJth the tiraifikvil-lzln- g Congress in the tote Republican primary can be sent tlirougli the mall as isecond-(Uamirail sc,Uooh and wilth the of fi but tfiey togeUie r rr eel ved U &t than matter to (subscriber uho of the Republican vote in lite dl- - addition of B?condary agrlcut'iturajl col- than one ytir in arrears. leges and, acadepiles, the rducatlo trfct. Tttiampson tar Congress, and( Taylor 111 lis menus ll;u.t we must the PfoqtBT tar eleptor, wl(l make a fine (?) that will keep young folks on tho subscrlp.tlons or dlscoimtlnue ithe .paper. tout) for ithe Taft voters . of "the Fourth farm wlj nuike great liadway within W Is not a question of whuther we the next few years. Former and datrAc. are .willing; to extend creltt to our la a foremost friend of labor pondidate on the Pfognciaive ticket. Now there Is a draft Mie other way. In the Northwest, vie rid( the demand for Fctentlf laat y trai'.ned iTuig s.lpply tlwuurh th farawrs JIJOO a vnr nnd upward Is iiffcr"l for the ssrvlcw of promising agricultural college graduates, "nine graduate wiho tun at once In faw or nvdlutne command l,li a year Is very excep tional. Tlliose young mon who go to the farm with knowledge will not be anxious to quit It. Sumcofiiil iannilng for th(m will not dsppnd primarily upon evpcndlng the last jiosalWe ounce t of muscle and suiting down Uie possible dime. In thoir iumds the farm will bocome the Idoal place to from. retire to-n- ot PosVtlons at U00 a month msiy n"t nvvgnzlne as the be as numerous is no writer 6tatct but e a-t'-i- ci.jiful IhuVMiik wntev, soda, I mix soft and Irake . ! gn If lus t'f "St ,r cMnne" To Siw fruli mik 11 w ono runiKt tnlfnt (buy til tc cit n ilru iUirc), liTUt t( mi A a iti.tU- vrnvr tlinn iw ni'Jk and Kir in the lable,t (Volvjd ,n" tJio wip ful oi.il water. Stir uver We fire for tlio mlnut, t,hcn nununi iuid iiry ' slitlrxlrg till the fnllk wwUm. 0vV une-ul- f and "Kit It itand 'jhour, by Wililfili ttmo llio mind wiUH llfrkrai. iThon . . xr agtun tin uie uurm. mufrauis . .'urge mais. the .Wey and gfUlirfru In Four off Vye wl.fy, juit ,he ruid in .1 pan, a'.t nnid break h,t wl'ih 11 won ltito snviil lciix, turn into n iiliiitv! dflh and Isiy U in a Ktnunuf (n ilruln. CowiT wi.!,h n .tilit lia.nil url put in a wolght to lrKss it dry. Sitpnd ji fs tv in tlve morning put it Into a dry ohctw uVitli nnd rtJind it In a mold to sluipe It. Gmrtve twry diy wi'ih butiter iuwI ttirn It invr. emits makes quite it g jvrous-liohiTW". tJu'xJt Oake Here Is n goif mko tlixt Georc Baker's, Firturth UKrlot CertifltNite issii'4l to can be made vory qulokly iuid is kiv1: Hen Jolinson, Donnmrat, no oppsitin. d cujiful soft hutttr, lne and Issued J. C d Certificate 3,7U vntcj. cupful brow n sugar, it,wo frir, Thompson, Kpul'lpji, who ri.ytv! :i one nnd tjUpfu S nilUk, one and KS wtcs to 774 for J. 1'. it'urj J'Te Centlflontcs Jcsurd In Fifth dlstrt't tJ Imkljig jowdfr, t.i- Sa?ar Shcrky, . Dcmocriit, (mil K. . spoonful rtnnnmon, loiisfifon- ful nutm"g, niie I'ujifuT ".Milnuts or Aflirmft, l!ejub-lcnnOongrtO'ninn Slvth D'strJct, ltinif, curful raisins. Tlie walnuts nrc flr Dm--rat, no opposltlun. In it but can bs om'tttid, alto Uv Sevrcntli District, CampbalTj C.uitrlH, nafl'slni'. J'ut tlio Ingivnt'dits In low" D?iuoonit, no opposition. and bTit nJi toge,lhtr for Uiife minutes ' t; Klwhtti duti.'t, llaruy lllm, usjig 11 wwli-- cake Foin. I'uke u 11 I J. W. Dlnsmore, ItpfiuliUcsin. buttered and flountl isiko ijui Uilrty- Iliolm's vot", S,94(i. Jire Hu'.IImui, ?!. t&e to forty minuter. If tho jllrcxtions . Dln'more 1'79. arejoiiowtm .uus nvnu-- t a in Ninth District, crtlfi'iate assutd W. cake; but If the ire F. Flo'tls Demoiv.it, who neo4iil s. a Id si Hponitely It .nU nut iron1 votes ami Harry UaAIey, ltpub'J-caThis is a gxxl rociipe u Jnwrlic-k,who rectJvrd 2,4f2. Tenth dbitrict, cvrtlflcutrs Lssul to Mte5', E. D. Stephens, Iemocint, and J. V,'. langl?y, IttipuUtcan 2,112. fo i tn-vasst- id I 11 roiu-oura- FERTILIZERS FOR WHEAT! Our Fertilizer Warehouse is Loaded Down With 'V t HORSE SHOE BRAND H Fertilizer for Wheat and Grass for Fall Sowing. l,. Onc-lliln- iwie-ihlr- one-.hu- lf iWllY-tlnrftt- one-ftliir- If you want to make money farming, use good fertilizer liberally. Don't be afraid to put 200, 300 or even 400 pounds to one-ihf- if cuc-liii- if cxne-hnl- 'if 11 l"Ki'i-ocna- k.iis-fadtxij- -y Ingn-dimt- s 11 suc-cis- n, ,6 tul -- CASTORI A HE KNEW Cliildren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S the acre. Pick out 3 acres; use 100 pounds oh one, 200 pounds on one and 300 hundred pounds on the other. Keep accurate account of the cost and also of your returns, that you may know which pays best. We are prepared to furnish Good Fertilizers for all crops and are at your service along any line at any time. 1 ate E. P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. reny-ivt- d ror FREE -- LADIES' GOLD WATCH For the first eale which is Ci7i.i. Tewr7-Hpw- - ss pne-icat- art-mor-e do you. prOBOUIlC No nerd to feir "t.liat lie oonstltiaVm Is ving to be torn into flHiwds by the hewtiltns pxuiuUuie. Wlipit th fop'' J Notice in Bankruptcy. In the District (Viurt of the UmJtiM States for the WA9torn DLstnlut of Jviu- - have determined h tlifajt 4hili itniid In- etmsnent ,slnal no,t be uvd itio .hind .Oicin aanaln'-O- d Iwod and foot, .while Its lf jjrotfiqtora rob Viwn of the dear-owhlifli Jt ihts of .i freie id jmjpoaod ,to guarantee. at The Progressiva ly one favoring Jn pitfonm J the the ln!eiUe uivl on- In this C'.uuiiu'.gn. Do )ou gh4r )utwlf ,mniie oliu In your nwn goirniiiPnt? If so you should vote tlie I'nigreKslve tlckot. Jf you s'.Ul cltkr; ito Jiae iiKvt of your nights as oltdnui i'Uormed for you an i Aim'-'rlii- by tlon, 1S vte KUardLuis(') of live tjmtltu for me of tlwi f.Ul paiitliv. Wli'inthe IX'iumi'iitlc and Huckner, the was nlue ,V) ipllt oncurnsl In nusiMtlng Jn the iiindiuitlun of I'.il-ni- er icH?y c'lijCouunawj tilw? Uiltigs about lli'-iu- s IKipom tin,d sp Cor V&r rouisiKo by Maying Ue,puli kvin tMuplliiKiitrl lmoi In and lmmosty . li Iters tucky. In tlie nvtttor of El'.!s Raize, linknipt ,To the Creditors of HUN llailze, of Select, Jn tlie County of pJito, find Disi trict oforiesuld, .bankrupt. Notice Js hereby given dOipit on the 17th day of August, A. D., J512, (.lie sa'd K'Us lialze was du',y HfUudtcAticrl liun'i-ruj.- t, and thrit the tlrjt mo"tuig of crediltors will lo lv'ld at ti!e Dv office if Doan & D".ui, In Owrasljono. K.y on the day of August, A. D., W2 at 2 F..JI., at whl'.-- time the mny attciul, prove HlvJr ululm. npnolnt a tritfttei c..invln? the ,IUnkrirt and transact wich m'jIrtt hunes fi.s uiu "I was cured of diarrhoea by one doso pl'oitony Hum lacfinv mfitlng. of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-rand IViMtion fllid Augast 17, l'.'l2. Diarrhoea Hbtnedy," writes Jl. i:. Geh- J. A. JliVN. liar it, Oilole, 1'a. There Is nothing r. Haforoe In B.inkruptey. For hale by all Dealers. Ow'Visboio, Ky., Aiugiiht 20 1S12. .Sta.t-nunts s -- :h h ntl subscribers or not. Tommy You don't pronounce l regWe must comply with the ma'am. You sneeze It ulations, therefore can not etmd ciied,lt for jnore than one For Sale. no niaffr wiliiat tlwlr flnaiicl.-utand-in- g I have three Hampshire , may be. Hoar pigs aie being sent to all sub- for sale at 15. each. W. S. DKAJf, scribers one yvar or more in anrwirs , and we .hope they will nuike prompt 3tf Dundee, Ky. remittance. Unless tills Is done we must take their name off our list. Stopping th pvpurs ihxs not In auv way reliuse the huhsca-llwijrom responsibility of Kick dues, therefor. If you do not want us to coutliuie ncnd-In- g you The Uejiublliii ivmlt what Is alnady due iuid we will ht the paper. prospective customer sent or referred to me, I will reward the lady who was the cause of this customer coming to me, with a fine ladies' gold watch. I must be notified in writing, so as to keep the iesult of a HBl HARTFORD COMPANY track of the prospects. .liiiilVliiH Smv99 Eymm Insure IBO!; F. i l.. ""il s3i MUSIC An M. A. FAUGHT, Mgr. Factory Representative For High Grade n'l hot-te- WthmLnmpOllthmt W m 1 Notice to Tax Payers! Deputy Sheriff s. O. Kcuwai w.l'.l b at q'le following peaces on clay jinnMnI to .- Some Selected Itaspb.rry Cu Recipes. i I, ijiifut of rasp- a ilat fonm ..intiary o Uilr Itern'-aund one quart of well Jtehlik'S many gold sUimVud wn coliVf(t )our tacs: pounds of wigar and nrWied, udd 11--, wsaie lotor rtWKnJied iy appoint meptt W .Su'jfliur fiiningn, Timwlay, two quarts of water. lining NlowAy to olttuc. ll'iho'ld tlidlffeaiice this tttrttifxm. tlie liol'dng point and tlun Jmll for ten ilVie ful'.wp((i of l.ipsi'vitt and the new Duoil., TueLiy, .Sept. 3, m'nutAs. St lain and tsuo'. lllmie on lc party are the ffr all tlie itlnise DMnfi;VI, Wnvlmcivlay, S pt, and herve, luldlng sugar to t,t,t. " fram Democnatlc fOuuitmrs and y Jiun-- A TJunwUy, Aipt. 6. tftid iJpe for ncwpfipers. Some off llwim aven try to Trlfdr, Friday, s'j't. 6, btrpmnpn. bick,boi-,is jam ualV for "sijoo" u hack Into rjnks. Is It beShrew, Fildiy, .S.,ut. 6, aftnmw.n. of u imiuivI of .siuuir to i ,uili viunrl of cause tlney lite split in.iy b"itm I'VirdsMlMe, S.utnjnhiy .Sipt, 7, fruit. JUx tlie (vigor with tlui fruit, too oiyvtLded. Um.vr D.UH, Moalay, Suit. !t. und k"p it on tlie back of the utoi-Coit'rtfwn, Tuehiiay, Stt. 10. until tho iuloe brui8 tqfloiv Oaslonal Leaving tke Farm. Matannas, WtdiH's.iay, Slpt. 11 fori' ly null the friiilt wlvh a ipoou to hiust'i Trodllmony .to Uie fai't that nduc noon. Uie process. Then bring tlie mlxtur. tkxn adds an iUtiiiullinns to the 1'ola.t Pleai-ant- , AVelnwlay, Keiit. 11 forward and U11 for a lrur, htiliulag farun which was once )uLvlng and of t moon. freuontly. AVIun .well tjlUckcivil pour v.vV h nausi lounn an lndiiccm'-ii- t tlie Siirajioiifl, TJiniHilay, nall Jaas ar glusNCiS atvl K It , rar,.. Into to and girls to think twice IWono noon. cool for twenty.four Itaurs tteu,'. h.vdjig Uie farm fur the ulty U uUvj'n Oorfihf, Tliurh-lay- , Ing. It ils ry nidi In ffcivqr. Sipt. 12, uOternpo,! by a wnlter In otw of tlie tumult- - mag Mollriny, Saturday, Hcpt. jl. Devil's Foud Cuke Two ups dwksrtt aaUicf), as foow: llookivoit, Mondjiy, Sipt. 16. f brnwoi sugur, cuui of butter, two To rotlre and move Into lawn was V)isox, Tuesday, fiipt. J7. f cup of Hour ml'k, (three e:gs, tlie Ideal of a whole generation of l"rttntls, Wedneanlay, Jkjpt. 18. , cups of flour ullitod tiline tluuss, a American farmer. In many pas" the Cruniwcl, .TlliuiMluy, ,stt. If. tpre- - jrijioh of Halt; mix mhonuuili)y. tTake tMwm was a rural vllag wliose .urban noon. f oup of boijInB watr, ntir , udjvntm,' lay mostly In en poxitu Jlob Iloy, Snpt. 1,9, afte! Into tills mie UvApnonifuJ uf Htxkx apt titty to popoh on th gas pipe ro!ln noon. cup pf grjted Ml'owlay. Fl- ; la front of Uie oastoffloe nnd A1ncufc T. H. BLiAqK, S. O. C. i llnir. T.Mn urM n- - hmwn rMiliit- "" .,.. --iuui. I -. dLrk mv- be-V- tf. 2 fifte-imoHt.tai-gt- t ncjtuftng to htintlfy tlirju:uiai by the W llgnt. bom. than Nsthtnt Is mam To I I I I nlb)e , '. iwr- -. th oil that burn citar ana clean without flicker down to th last drop. Pennsylvania crud. oil refined to perfection. Costs no mora than the tank wagon kind saves UONSX eaves WORK-sa- ves eyea. dealtr has SOUTB Oil. lnriAti. tn clear, steady thl by gettlnK II H I W:pPw' HJT aBeses, " Pianos, Player Pianos AND OI.4IANH I 1 M Hartford, a.a ' Ky. J I V 1 ' .IJUu-kbcr- i tlme-(iuaJitor- Clas. C SWI M O. Vm. Mrl4 jii jc I I I! MA aTV ' fir IUskvlUckj.l e Having recently built a iarr to my produce house, I am in shape to carrv a iarre stock of oci i aV -- f- - . mcrsi . ,,s,"'M.4444... .uti.. 4- - " " 3? JONES' BRAND FERTILIZERS I AM -- Si. PREPARED o I one-ha- lf ojie-Jiui- To do any kind of Veterina ry work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. The best fertilizer that is mad far wt..,, . a n ... -- ii i e j T just trymei j: ;: this season. Will sell cheap and ive you ;: plenty of time to pay for e wwttiuviMiininnuiL it ; one-ilnj- W. H. TJuq-sikiy- oae-ha- ... V Hartford, RILEY Veterinary Surgeon , Ky. !; W.. E. ELLIS. Mi rttord, Ky. Produce Merchant -r- - - .,,.;; I Mr 1). J. Kin;;, vilm livi lo-Minor vlUln l,y Oil kf--j Ibc fwi off his HfftUs, Alt. Ji J. Ilurlw.n, for fo"- - your tn k One iln.Jar n ijjoin Alo nrn.1 il ty., Juvt r .turn'it tofrlsihoirxi inr Ivavo Mr.y puniim lo njijdy with, id oun-tMult. OlMinl my, Iml. Jn Jlvi7t r nl by, I A Big' Success We mean our Big Kum Down Sale. We find, however, that our stock is not yet sufficiently low to give us room for our Fall Merchandise. Hence, on many lines we are continuing our already low prices, and on some lines making still bigger reductions. Our special attractions this week are: Ladies', Men's and Qildrens' Slippers. Kl wlli to i5i)i n..frJktl"n tint p of rifvnvt und llui, 4 ar In tU'i ut Uw ni'.- - of MiIkw II Uie I!l!y and Vrtnn lullf, prln;'l c'ty, and Alius AIa"y It.nfrmv, f Jlinv-ln- g twj wnts p itnr, uviftifiliiK i'x mnh, to itlm il'n" Wc Juive fftMiifiiy rvn i il ilutnJtU Tuwhiy fur n fi mitiJci ly,al rooluL'tirtt, bu,t w 1 rot rUb-lln- h slay at luwm KjirjnitK. i tih'jn mall irojtr lymiuKt Is Uw, W. Mi Kargwit and mii, of J5van villi", have niunid Inurm aftir n TJw eMi,mliilni; trU! of Moisiis. AUwk tire srutvVs of Mr. Ilyron lltjtn and Honsliaw, Will Hurton atul IVk Uoirlli,' iur,tfiorfl. timliy, of Eat cluititficl with nliooVnK W'ru'ktr Kulm an I Mt'fl Art,te (Viprngc mid Mr. J. Krank Collins, nu'w-id- , Vist SaturJiy 1.. nmity 1, FviImvIIc, JLi'Uim, wirc tii'aJIrt, whs tul'ml lfi.Tio ,luVw Wwl Unir Jiutg'j It. It. WeiVUtiK ut TiKsrlny nioriiltu; uml cimUniMid iun,'lll tinmd'nl !' XlomViy 2. Kilhn, Wilio "was w'rloiif-l- y hi nffliw Tlwday aft irwui. AVo atsuWi India Mlw'ilc wll'.i ftVPitfnwrrow fir lir r Ji4.tn eJt livtnv)ct n,ftjr ,n IS. wWt wMi Iit hri.tluc, Mr. ir. ATI i) 4U i(Mluoe Munclmnt. M'iUKc tail fatikVy. PcwAutkM t fijr HBBvPHraaC' M HaaaaaaaaaV If youwejt goodt plevsina shoes op iiose or tMiything Jim. vl't )aaaaaaa4aaaaaaaaaa BBm aaaaaaaaaaaaV TT. eiseiusi come, to " us--, '"bV llrt' jf'(t''nR iiln viiry wwfl, and sJi,t, AIr. Vlrrfl ljlgn and nliUdrcn ntiiriii.t will lJiaby be aide do npfsiar as Tuimlny afternoon from Jetfcrtniitowii, iiA Uiu ItniD ivinvd inr ftrl4', linvo JeTin vbtUjtlnir Hi y Ky., ,wlirc Tlier Wlate ixvuil of KvicUlnm lt'V. Virgil K'gln nnd Xfiml'y., , rii.tural.iy mil at Krnnkfqnt ItiiwAii lliulbnowk and iluiRliteer, Mr. and tiimaswd the rrturns of tlp rci.'o'it Ls Coni(ml-slorvr- I wit-n,a- ss i9aallaaff9' A f- 4)y' ' -- T qnWaaaaaaa B J. C. Thompson, of WasWns-to- n (the Jitimb'J-c(u- i county, was iVcVu-'Jji tilio Kinurlh moiii'iife for tVn(jw MilA OoMiill Cgary, of IjoiiJsvIiH, dUtrict, dcfcat'iiB J. V. Whni?) fc(l and Mtas Annie Aln lUuIn, of Icfn'-nntow- n of O.wvi'lirirn, fir the ntmlnfi.tloln. Jl'n. Ky., are Uie lviusc p,irty Utn Jplinwm was the Demomnitilic nomif ATI' Wtoionn rttevnnn. eti'lV nee, wJthoiit oitKitlon. Air. Jiuikw L. Smith ulltfl eut Ms hoin your grass for lVilin yu i,vt Atty.r. near Warr n'B AII1 iiast anil ryo socd lot mo es'il you. lvlc , funeral service by Itav. A. Jl. Gandjijr, . L. KINO; arc right. of Bpaur l.un, the ncmalma Mf,ere tf.f Hartford, Ky. f the Marluni, were tlie out' fnrmy'a bYoMv'T,. Air. Homy JvyVir, of ntlaaliuVliKmii, Ky., tuts vwj. MU IrlniM-y- . - - aaaWlBali1--'' Baaaaaa' v xrf&r ' Thurs. AW4 'r mm. Mooter Friday jnornln at Jl o'n'jo-- k Saiturdny fur Mt. V4ierl will Uie prctvince of aji mm'nBe lrowld of Uip In Viirnion, Iji1., wUrco Uvoy riJi Writ lycafs frlonrV'. Air. Smitli was Mr. iuh! Mrti. A. K. frir"r' old, aiul wiw a mimucr of 11if3 liron Smith. I liver. UfipUst cliuriili. Jlc wus a We Hoys anil eir'( tbo Ohio OoltntJ Drjj; of llOrttnuLstcr It. 11. Alartln, (of Ifort-- . r tv-youCo., has an Into V jIvm aw.iy. ford, und leavtw u wife amd nine chil, roupoiu a 5c ipurcliaie pAs vo i ;t dren, thryy of wliom axp pnarj-kd- . coupon. Sc the nuto In AvImUiw aiu) Air. Slilnoy WliUuns ktt Sunday for We aslt (itimit It. Luzarnc, MuliJcnberK oounty, Kiy., whoro The r"Aiacmw of Mx. .trj) Sfwli, tho ha JKiaouoijited a position jm J.ho Kroctjry of (Uie W. O. Diumtui Coal for tJu M. H. anil loiit wxAlon Air. jWi'llama Co. Kior ecral yrara by flni (U K. nojfrioail, w K.y.( iVwt KrWay nllit. Thn jliouse lias Hold a position w.IUi Air. J. c. i Iruiured for $.'00. lisr In li!s oity, and ,wm noasidom'd a'ux'ri employee. This is the i fourth Air. A. J. W'tiVafM roei(lil a it;iTeia.in young man wbifcvh has Ktane fnom AI,r. iiKjrjilmg fnani U' noil, Air. WcxIjwvMJay "to ji;.ik3 In work tut cither Klajas, n. WlHiWrvl, of uvar qiifiiUamooiSfi, .Tenn lor and aT of tho vfthfra Iwive maite (irf'ii-dl- d v tuitlnc UX he uwl Ikis wlf WfQUkl rtonds, and Uiune fcs tip doubt KrtiKiy to visit heme , about Air. AVVUlams doing Ub fvtsmo. The l4tiHf;i Hpme itiaakmary Sadqty In Vve nir,U(.fiot C. It. JUioad. and at Ont(.ntQwn will give an loe Cream etc., on motion for public iMpli, the gupjw next FrJd,ty Afi. 23 uA cane was valid In Caunity Cau,rt hew INCORPORATED. A. B. Kow' far th,e JbKUiftt of tlie M. Mon,day and passed until Tuesday .wien K. CBwixJi. Kvcirybody bivltcrl. a uompramlse was affccttvl thereby whajt at. one tlime looked AliT. O. T. O'lVituvoii, cirww Ue BstNit avoiding legoli comtest among like a very for ,tlic I & N. nal'iroad company a Jaw iVays ut Iwne hirfi tluls wixk. Ho qutte an. array of good citizens In tvs AttaaijUiwa, Vi , riffling- iur returned yicatArduy TJip cominroimlse of he nrat P81 Bhoota the Don and if Jluflocvilfiej Ky , lieuWfW cpmmumJty. nousfe Atlsa Jrene Plrtfie. that Uie P'Utionrs HOW KENTUCKY LOOKS n wuis oii iilie bos acoonuMuutu oy Mrs. (j uannou. and Uipwe Wf.ng with Uvm pay what socond pant, and the brothor-ln-4aA&Uvnry OUo U. Margin trpnsauttxl and whose Jiomp la Air. Knnest HaweJl . F.KUAAY. AUQUflT th"y term "tjie flrat TassrisspncjU and of the-"larrlaB the huKSncas in FonlsvllVi yesjtienday. at JhmUnjurff, ibiK who lw,s oonuVuAwl PDflll PITTCRIIBfi PA Unle by part bhaje onposlng aaeiament made by Uie luDfJHIl) IfT second rHUnl catch the nephqw an Mt. U K. ChtUlVt, ofJWUn, was a an art fltudVo In ClndnnpAl niy aWitr soxmd it of vlewprp or conuniasiionicirs. and cousin py ma- ri yjajajajajaj grandson and Dili ofUo--, ostcnilay. cities far seieral years. Is, t,he sruort oalor at Kailroad Time Table the teudtet t hefirHt paint at: riEe Mr. Jame L. Dent, 8ecritary of the . . hrffl aunt, Mm. Jennie AK'Il'enry. of Ity. Cnoll ?ven, of Loiii-n- l te, Kentucky Staite Fair, winiitiep (Tile Hapu)-Uca- n An Amasing Description 01 uur chwpu and t m iem tu inad uwfc at Hartford, Ky. A oinl npoeJved Wedneay fnqm Dr. n. Jjh notU(;r Alr. ilaura lvin3. thiy have' to be taken Jio;ue on a truck.. that boj-- ,tnom aibout Cltty oaumjt'. i State From Smoky W. Kord.wJio is at the IJaajalwnod Li. ft N. itmm card effective Monday Alx. K. O. Taking the cenua in BreaUiiu county at J'wntls. was a f(HbmlLt)ed (aUl be was lyive (made appHaattan npd at Ail. ,21i. n) udUcr at UiLh oftiv MTifln by piece-wor- k Is a pooxliouae lob. Car Uie Farnvar Boys City. many cqttlrK alonjr vicry well. Ills Na 112 NorUi'iBound 'due 7:16 . m. tay. .Kentucky has many flne old , tftiea Uve Kffituckiy Stae iFalr at Iwvpo tor Ws apoly reooviery. feily except Buaasay. frlonfls Vwl platvajUons, t Is noted llor.iU ai- mat C. rf. during the. week of September THw 5UJ"t"orMrrandMrii. No. 114 Nortti Bound due 3:49 p. Ik JUukU-- r )ulh Uo-- n Maktr your purchases on nny (UlvtiVfiT LoulavtMe. Js'o iinpro have as yet ben ,hAne' ila "wwwi'ne. Ito bluegraa, anai "'BiiwyaJ ) ipr unite Kentucky la one of the wiarmst Am- tally except Buaetyi In our store. Call or coupons and jH n day.s. pasqd upon o compvUtlon Is r'iIU opfn erlcan, Btataa. not oniy nose". ' J"IW and it ,lta Mnoliline a Talking ABSOLUTELY to al'il boys hcvtweien the ns Na U South Bound doe 8:45 a. m. of 15 and but nofMnlly. faxed wWskrj la a: jasi AUv AmUe A4krT4C!rfi7-JfeTi-,Wi(toU te aUuatqd daily eaoept Sunday. KHEE. 18 Kentucky, and. making unmlvo w'lil appty to liui for blank squth of the hcflitlhy repartee belt, and bu,I No. 113 Boute Bovod due 1:4 p . Ky., is vUlUng rcliiivc and .fnlenJs OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. or to Mie County Sclwot SupoiitfniU-idvi..TCa,i100. lwlilana and la seooratcd from Ohio. lrc. daily except Sunday. Mr,. C. W. Evana, of Rvaivsvo,! Imd.. This should be done at puce op papers mere ane many mountains in Ken. lo river, which la oftrt llnpUs Joy the Ml Is vWIInc Mlw Lorw JlctIi-h'JMJSCHKJB Agt H. E. iaV&ifr al Itev. W. n, ViKjliit, who slioikl .be in the liands Oif h,o twimniRitcO swum by in'nority dsneaUg In Ken-- 1 tucky, bat on."y one VfilcaAO Omlo'iel IVrin'-Wfjjti and otlu.ir ttivniin id. Waorson, of Uie Loulsvlle "Cowler-Jovnna- l." Jins bja?n quite 111., to Kptit(inp uIkiir viry as qoon as nonsUle. Tho ibpy winning tucky caucuses. , i joi1 is now eX Up From 'town News. Itno'in gKl's a Xroo trip from tjie time He Waves Kentucky (a phased !lke a euffrascte SUj ALihle AluKirnjiii is vTilmf SluiiVtanlum aj Kuivlrb for tncpn-nt- . Ida ntu,tton unit lio rtunip, nuudlng al'oe, and is of medium M about a CUkidyi oouslo lUiuliy, of n.vix L. J. lluljialfand son, Wtflaia tran.HoTtnitlon, board, ntrinnce to the No. 9 on an JS hvt. U wins aitUed by "Were all modlcdnejB an meritorious ct Ceutuntowji. Chamberlain's Colic. nhnWn ,.,.,1 m.,.. noiito 4, Hortfond, pftld Tho fair le.rte8 the InstruupcUon tl.iU 's lXuilt-- Boone, with tlie cid of a long Tlionins of hom Remedy the world would be much, V. Tlnl-lViyimr is cxpfctd Hepubllcan a pliuunt rfilt&Mt:uiViy;i Air Rlvcii by nv.'injiers of tjie faculty of the Air. ,, , ., rifle, In 17GB. and ths Danla'. BocrvJ un jiu iijie yorcentage or ur- lmiiie alout Vjarfid,iy trotn mi extqnd--! W ate method of aattlrinenit la n'.ill piously "v-.- i. and AirHL'Jilliirnl l)i(i4inHii,t of Uie UllUnfUl ftviewril n'tb'ViHritfon , ,. ...a tnlji lhnonh Kurii1, wnuw Lan'l. uiiviitieuu, also wrpurfil a mpy of "Tfio Viit,uf3'.s Utilvej-Bltyii i maliitained In most rants of the KUfe say V ar Scott, of Tomple, I,nd. For wle by tiniu you como t0 Jlart-for- d Clow.' Tliio n all Ijnpoatant tuvtloji. .naaaaaa aaftBBaejKr u scalers. Almost Lost His Life. drop u dJLu In your ipoikqt to Alrw. Jul in W. Tay.lqr and wondeirful'Jy Krnlurky Is a twV3 W'c S. A. SUd, IJ JUaaaaal py" fur Tho Itupuhltaut u yoar. of ilaBon, Mich., will nevr Vh'loji, rit4iiMVfl ,Tuqfi1;iy diiiiBlh'W, rig)on, and hugh crops ano raised wtIimi- forgot lla terrible CApqs.ure ito a mervl-le- s Hct eradlT of OAIlUON'PATKn, pur- monaliiK from u vla'it wft'i evfir tho Inhabitants lava Mine. The atorm. "lit gave me a dreadful ple or black, for h,iIo ut The Jtiuiubllmn at UnlMlpxwn iuvI Jlfnlmo, lawl. State is fJill of fost lionsc, caused severe tut WrQ'o by Air cold," ia writes, "that Alful'iiJinvU'u women, fine whlaky and rodhot men. office. iiifit In my chept, no it was hard f'r Tuylir. lias on'y a,20i),(K0 ln.lmbltar.t, put tt i Watches Repaired TIuuiuvkiii Unw., wlllilvo thfir juuiu.il . miljhbor gave niu It mu to A At the UUvWHrui Q'liiwJi rwwt pun. scvoial ilo.ts of Dr. K.Uwj'b Nev Dis could hue luud 5,000,000 If the Co.t ftluow and llaibwuo at llorton, Ky. ICciutucMan had b ten t illy moi n.'iife" I'timlor Vt'iiafA MlU upu ,i Sii.tuinl.iy AitKiixt Jl. covery which biougilit grcat rcllof. The By Factory Methods! b;law a Khoqtjng to the doctor said I was on tli vonge of pneu- ind "WJiftt h'fl hubl')t, W Uo Air. AUIxon Itanuit was a (,'iunl vt a M n kill eadi other over po,ll'JcH In lioiuve kutyiit from Sajtur-d.i- y OIIVlrll.,, All ffi4'JirT8 iwid iiioIJiiCiib are monia, but lo continue with tho Dis InvoVri to oouio oal ib,rlnf t)tv;Ir covery, I did so and two boUlps com- Tennw e nnd otu- - cards in Teaa, an.1 ' Juiltl' Wwliu'sduy. Is Your Salvation When Company 3ls a recreation in Olilcasp, but In Kenpletely cured me." Uue only Uils qul;. JiOiriUKW'ufittH a UUiRhUHj Jt olillinrn. tucky crops, pp'itha and famly quarIf you have a watch to be We aftT WWl,infi of HiiiBi.r lltTounp No. Arrives Unexpectedly. safe, relblale lucdklne for tonglia, icoldi JKKK WATT4ltrN, oiuw. repaired, don't leave it with a Ui ,orfilt of AlAUfpryi win glw am any throat or ung trouble. Vtico Va rels are all fatal. The lesult' Is Uiat 'n or $14 HurtorM, Ky. Have Won Many a jeweler just because he has a day idjtik.' iU MfJiiiiry on lubor 1M and U.00. Trial bottle tree. Guaranteed some districts the Ken,tucktan who dlis l.i Mrs. K. V. Cuwper liivi In b'd wtlh his boots off Is t$U mvi by byvieifM of by All Druggist.. set of nice tools. Put him to HERO'S MEDAL a Mioilay tciit. t. Pjprepds ior ilionko ut Nafriivll.v, .Ttim., affier wilio the coronet, tries to find Uie Conuituiy L, llU llotflni"m. pf Uiulfprm the test and find out what he vjiilt Jirre wllii lior turinn. TQCKJMA,N reasn. THE IAKMER AND t ; i For tne Hnmerons Rescues We knows about watch-makiniunk,. y, o. w. wiirt a laivU wUixcifptlon )ypn'V!a. KcnjLurky ralwa tnoiie to,uaoio than Slr. OrJoji Wall' it caiur"si5i, Jliuh MUw Iru. Sliown and Mr7"Wattrc Ounp. and how he learned it Have Made. Uve In each town In UiU ipuntry tn uiy other State, when Ilia ilht rllcr an,d Khkaotl, of Mcivei, Ky., ora vttlng bo' of lliiitford, ond Alltv Imv If you have some watch Mr. anil Mr. ., T, lWqrM I take ulkscrJptloii diurffiK Uie fall and doesn't ride. The nigit ridera a sort int Nixti'ieel;. and Mr. Caivey work to do or need a pair of Why Not Become Elder H. CJhy Ford, ox" Uneanvllle, q'oiped to llnckpont, lnxl.( SiuuHay hiVi'it wlmtfr jivontlui. A Jutlno xt JVife In of human bo'i weevil wJUi' grcta In'o spectacles fitted as good as Arkansas nwide $317.00 during the Uiree tho ciiops and ruins Uvun wLtli a io;. foiiaoily lymtor of Uw ChiVtlan OlnuiiJi and Moivhy, A wire inanrkd at Muit jiti you can get it done in LouisIt travels in crowds and U brave and maiitls of nrcendtcr. Jonuuny, ut lludorl( Ih LiUiXnr irlcinrXi Un-- i rituijtlr hunvj Tuwiuy, ville or get a traveling Jew to uivl Mjircli 'lit jfur and rie,viiir VJf. his feat less wherever Us opponent la unif you nuil u pirn) wDt Uti'i iul' Anytnc iim iultm' at TIia lbpiUVi uff'ioe. An o,'d aoidfer In AI'.Piui1 Kvs armed. The feud Is another Kentucky doit, come in and I will tell and we m about Mia klnid I J.. S. I office Friday, w.fre you how I learned these things. mmfd $58 U0 !n the hat yar. A"a.'ly dlseasfl which has put u Aid cramp Into 8. I.. KINd. HanttorJ, Ky. f n. UaMiilVon, M" 'n Kutufky who Ktxins, Giaiiiwul; iiud wifl pAtriicta a'l tho population. The feud flouiplure In I have saved others money, as rHon slso, Hwiry; J, B. MlUliMI, Omtitoe; C. A her Ufu tfxik up our wprk THE HARTFORD BAKERY Mivwxi Crult. Jura, of cottru Kentucky, wlnt1' the mountain they will tell you, and I will dp(u. S. L KJNO, 6 oiCjiU P Rutty, WJAIfwllln-- ; T. 1'. Tuiuier A!ul and has nude our iauo.00 fllils yrur where tjw luijoud and ,Uve pulnifc Abjiry save you money. . C. SCHLEMMER, PROP. Kv, W. llaiV.ftml, 6Jf Huv, C. V. Hurtfiond, iDlty. wlUurt kwilim In ! hone lo,wn. lit re- - 'lo not Intrude, and as u mod of a i ulnLIfy to Iwpme taJiilly quuirel conduuttHl Dam, qobxa no Mow. K. P. Hormanrt, lValc Cream Served Every Saturday Tllio Ohio County iWrtr Co.,m n for you lo own a Tt loirs ,Miu'Jnp rojuvmenitaittNiSk and A, C. Ytjbnr, Ifurtfqrd. lune bpn a ttiUuicnAfltlon iriuv 1 with shotguns. "When one fuiudlt and Sunday. KJIUB uf vbarn. AH. al-appointed ai cL:c,tlon Hlimutd not inake meeta ono,tlier feodLat tn a nirrw aiVy imilionJV for no muton why ' UiU ilan Ohio county UiU fall, lly lntuie of "lis from Cao.OO to $ju.OO UiU wbueii Ipol:- - vxl the second ff.'udlst refuaoa to fAdvartlaa your wnU In TM IlepublU U alHa a hlg after my HtibivtaMion The Reliable Jeweler flvfir If -- )! w'U offk-e- , Htwitff T. 11. Jlt-the flrnjt feudist alioota him. In )ntffirt ,Wo conaWeIf. can. of- Uve board and Ur '.vt us luve ury irw) Itcir.i U 'tt wi'i'.'l N''" yo.ir loKaiHty. Addra Jfiim-- M. ilrtiMi, Thin tlie son oX the fruilst of tho and Optician. oX lntrrfL ackuiiop, (Kan- - second pari ahpoie the foujdbrt pf (he Cull, wjl'anjr tvl pliu- - wDl .nalne the election ,of1cara fox Uil PibVitrr Karmox a)id Mr. DouciM FeUx returned Weduc-- ' be I aa .City, lfo. cptyMjr ter (be, Jtevoaabor carntMn. . , fsrat pant and the noptww of Ute fieudUt y from 1 Airs. . i:. Mdfilikc I (i lid In Uie Warnn's jurying io Call and see them. Get our prices. Three months yet to wear them. Do this and remember that it PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. jirjit( n You stand on your feet the most of the day. If you are comfortably shod you can stand your work better. Our shoes and hose will please your feet. They ivlll wear well. Wc sell no "shoddy" stuff. fuln are exclusive agents for lines of shoes and hose you cannot buy from anyone but us. stand behind every pair ve sell. Come to our store; then you will understand why It Is the place to buy every- fort-ma- doiKU-tnid- Kt thing you need. j.r-rJ- rlht CARSON Si CO. Hartford, Kentucky. fint rirltd Hartford Republican? I - a -' w - ill 'Uat H.B.iL ster 1 i s m Au-sU- IuivU', wn( qro.lUy. "'"' , - t ( nii-o'- y lu-- r 11 Mil-ff- l J y gTt5yaBaaaaBaaaHaal . ,.,,. BaF !rVveaaK9 LA . nt D.., ,....., .. nJt ii ITh-'- tt .bn.-u.tJie- wtvter-J'u.-Jtit- A GOOD BAKERY k)t MViicioi-ature- . ; l t t nut,i-rnp- l hr g; iW.vl-ku- w Ii'c, Regular Daily Patron And Always be Prepared? i'. f. lU pl-i'- - r , 'i lido-tracJ- c, i I J. B. TAPPAN - i "& SETTING CLOSE TO "TMH"' JCS"555 wiua ;::iJ'iaHPinwwiwwwf.iw'i!iBiw.'i!miniiMn.ijnc -- wgHww)iW'fiiiiife iiwMMwi WM"-'tltVJl-- v.' H!3 nwHWi! -- -- r 1 ' ijiilwiiw.liwiii.)iillwlBiilMIi'V')wllW'l'Wf'IWI,llWltfniliHiBWHiMl"l''lwllwl lirfmauiiwiu'WWW M NATIVE HAVE YOUR SUITS The Pool of Flame Aa One Who Understands It, John Burroughs Writes of the Beauty of the Country. To tako the birds out of my life were tho lopping off so many branches Directory Ceur.ty Chic Circuit Court T. F. Mrkhrnd, Judge; Ben D. niiiKo, Attorney; V. P. Jtldklff, Jailer; K. O, Hairnm, Clerk; F. L. Felix, Mutter CommlBlotmr, It. T. Collin, Trtmtre Jury fund: T. il. Uluvk, Slur-If- f, Jlurtloril. lJcjuilk- - S. U. KtutMi, llwivir Until, (J. 1'. Jem, Itmito :, Unit foul; W, 1'. liiirp, Hukiiic. (.'utirt rlrK .Miiiiilay In l.nmi y ami uni Unties tlu-iwnkr; tliinl .MimUty In Aj ril. two uirku, tliinl .Mummy in Uciolur two wvvk. County Court.--!- !. It. Wrildlns, Judtte; W. K. Tinsluy, Cltik, C. K. Smith. Attorney, liiiriford. Com t conventStrut Monday In rucli month. Quarterly Wuaiteriy Court on the fourth Moniluy In Fcbiuuiy, iUy August and Nuti'inbir. (Irm TuesCouit of Claims Cr.mi-heday In Junuiuy ami firxt TuumIu.v In October. Other County Office rr-- C. d. Moxtley, 11. Uure)er, Ford 111. F. U. No. 't; llcrualU Feilx ,Am'ioi', Hurt-forKy., U. F. U. No. s; JUnry Leitt.li, HupiTinumlent, llartfoid; Dr. A. U. Kly, Coioner, llaitford. JUSTICES' COCIIT3. fl. M. frtuiniKrluln r.cl in....in after art! Momluy in .Muieli, Ttiesiluy utter Jrit .Miiiiilay In June. Tueail'' after ir,i onday In September, Tueatlay 3rd iloneluy In Lleeeinber. Cionmcll. Wvdiiciliiy uftcr V' .'' 3id Monday In .Muich, Weiiiicwitiy aflei 3rd .Monday in June, Wednesiluy lifter 3rd Monday in Kv.teinbtr. We.liummy after Jrd .Monday in Oeeeinbtr. John H. Mile, Itoeki.t.rt. ni.luy ult.t 3rd Monday In Match. FHday aftr Jrd Monduy In June, Friday Monday in tie Mini ber, trli'uy rur Jul 3ni Monday in December. Sr .Ji',cK''V"' Centertovwi, Saturday after Jrd Monday In Marili. Salunlay it J.,0"d"y In June, Satuiduy atur J r. Sutuiuuy af- ter s, Monthly In """"-December. fun-Mn- is 1 1 a 'j'sioyrxa&Tjvw&i: Their Broj eti Hearts 5 i ' Cleaned i Pressed Otto C. Martin , Jt "A Attorney at Law KY. V She hung on his arm as they strolled slowly down the stieet. A hurdy-gurd- y w3 playing desperntely In the LODIS JOSEPH VANCE avenue, but they did not hear it. A touring car missed them nt a crossing by an Inch and they never knew It. Maatratlaaa by EUawarlfc Taaat Other persons using the sidewalk got M out of their way instinctively because they were not seen and had they not taken precautions they would hnve Copyright IKl, by Loula Joaepa Vaaoa been walked over by the oblivious couple. CHAPTER XXXV. "It breaks me all up," the young man repeated, mournfully. "To think days, when he was altoIn after of your going away for tho whole livegether well and whole, they Journeyed long summer and I can't go, too! Why, forth, these two, the man and his you'll have forgotten that I'm on earth wife, from Rangoon northward. The by the time you come back!" railway carried them some distance; "George!" the young woman cried later they struck off with their train In accents which mingled reproach Into the primitive wilderness beyond and woe. "How can you! If you knew the ultimate British outposts on the how unhappy It makes me to have you Chlndwlne, main tributary to the doubt me!" "It Isn't that," said the young man. The land was peaceful, hospitable, "I don't doubt you! I know you are and very, very lovey in its wilderas true as I am myself! But you can't ness. Their happiness was ecstasy. help circumstances, and it is only By day they rode through Jungle, natural that with a lot of those Willie easiwood and rolling uplands, or less boys hanging around you whose fathly through the fastnesses of the hills, ers hnve enough money to choke 'em aide by side, thought linked to you should forget me! 1 can't be at thought, their hearts attuned. By your call nil day with touring cars night their camps were pitched In a and motor boats to atause you and world of beauty, wonderful they can! I don't blame you, Coin its shadowy mystery. " nstants, not at all! I It was so ordered that they came, "I shall cry, right out here on the toward sundown of a certain day, to street, if you talk that way!" declared the foot of a bill crowned with a great the young woman in anguished tones. pagoda of many multiplied roofs fring"I don't see what has got Into you, ed with a myriad silver bells that George!" she went on. "As though ceaselessly in the evening tinkled anybody could ever take your place, airs. no matter if he had a dozen boats and Here they dismounted and together CURIOSITY OF MODERN SUNG touring cars! It Just shows that you wooden made the ascent of an age-ol- d don't trust me! I shall be as lonestairway, broad and easy, and throng- English Journal Comments With Some some as you and I shall think of you ed from the first rise to the last with all thctlme!" Sharpness, and Admiration, of. weary pilgrims, beggars, lepers, laugh "Will you, really?" ho asked. "But American Slang. ing children, mendicant holy men. The I'm not selfish enough to want to spoil sun was low upon the horizon when, Time was and not so very long your good times " having bribed their way along that ago, cither when the only distinc"Good times!" she repeated, bittergauntlet, O'Rourke and his bride (she tively American expression known in ly. "As though I could have any ftCod could never be aught less to him) at- this country was "I guess." To say times without you! It's going to be tained to the topmost platform and. "I guess" and endeavor not always perfectly horrid. I don't see why. Just having received permission, with meet with success to speak It through because my family have a summer Show of reverence entered the temple. your nose, wa3 the recognized way of home and want to go to It, I should It was very dark Inside and for a Impersonating an American. It was be dragged along when I'd be so much time they moved blindly In and out; always sure of an appreciative and un- happier here in town where I eould but at length they came to a massive derstanding laugh the laugh that In- see you! There will be nothing for doorway looking toward the West, and dicates, "Yes, yes; I'm Just as intelli- me to do and you'll have everything here they paused, hand in hand, look- gent as you, and know exactly what here. ing up to the placid face of a huge you intend." Nowadays, we don't "Think of all the other girls you'll Buddha, who squatting know why, our comtrou speech is well see talk about my forgetting you! upon a pedestal, totted through the flavored with transatlantic idioms. Not Why, George, you'll be so busy runIncense-scente- d gloom ceaselessly for- always slang, we mean. American ning around with half a dozen others ward to Nirvana. slang has its uses, though the only one that you won't remember my name or The figure, carven originally from we can think of at the moment is that the color of my eyes! I guess I know Btone, bad been so heavily plastered it saves trouble. When one has clas- men and you're like all the rest. I with goldjeaves by the devout, that sified one's friends and acquaintances used to think you were different, but now It ha! all the semblance of being as "the limit" and "the goods," ons somehow I see things more clearly gold to its core; and, lavishly deco- has been spared much labor of char- tonight and I know " rated with necklaces and bracelets of acterization. Otherwise the argot cf "Constantia," interrupted the young rare Jewels set In crusted gold, in the the Bowery is more curious than beau- man, firmly, "you don't know what evening glow it shone like some great tiful. But we go further. "We fls you are saying. Since I've known you lamp of holiness. Only its face was things up." Instead of finishing a taa? I can't tell whether there is another In shadow. we are "through with it." We do no girl on earth or not! I simply don't Slowly the light struck higher be- begin, but "start in." This habit I: see them! You haven't any Idea of neath the eaves of the pagoda, and spreading like a canker through all the depth of my affection for you elowly it crept up and yet up, until its classes of the community even to when you think things like those you shaft revealed the Bud- those conservative gentlemen, the have Just been saying! Tell me that last blood-redha's forehead and what was set dramatists, who name their new pro- you don't mean them!" therein, a monstrous ruby. ductions "The Glad Eye" or "Looking "I'd be perfectly miserable if I honThe woman gasped faintly and for Trouble." No doubt we shall be estly believed them," she admitted. clung tightly to her husband's arm. told by apologists for the habit that all "I guess I Just said them so I could He held her close, watching the great tho expressions we have noted are to hear you deny thme. You're sure you stone flame and throb and pulse, like be found in Shakespeare or Milton. won't forget me, George?" "Forget you?" heepeated, tremua pool of living flame swimming in That may be, but we doubt If Miss lously. "You are part of my every darkness. predecessor at Stratford-on-AvoAnd then the light of the world ever caused one of his heroines thought! I shall think of you every about all to be called a "lallapalooza." London evening when I wander went out. Globe. Pensively in the dusk they descendalone " ed the temple 6talrcase. At the foot, "It sounds so Bad," she broke in. before they remounted their horses, "I'll be just like that, too. I'll sit and Her Grace Effective. the woman came to the man and put look at the lake and Imagine that you An English woman of rank, a duch- are with me and then It won't seem ber hands upon his shoulders. pay her so "Terence," she said, "I think I am ess, was very apt to forget to bad when I watch the other girls bills. A milliner, whose large bill and men having good times at the very weary. Take me home." had been repeatedly Ignored by the dances and parties. I must go in now, He gathered her Into his arms. duchess, at last determined to sen' dear. Good night!" "I think," she said, "it frightened her littlo girl, a pretty child of ten "Good night, dearest," said the me made me fearful of this country years, for the money which was so young man. "I shall count the hours the Pool of Flame, up there." much needed. "Ye've seen the last of it," he said that you'll still be In town." "Be sure to say 'your grace,' to the As tho young woman entered her tenderly, "and so havo I. 'Tis done Nlth, like the days of me adventur-Dgs- . duchess," said tho anxious mother; nnd own house tho telephone bell rang and I have no thought but you, dear the child gravely promised to rememshe answered. ber. "Oh, is that you, Jessie?" she cried. leart. Let us go home." When, after long waiting, she was "Yes, we're going to the lake next THE END. ushered Into tho presence of her week. I'm so glad you're going, too! grace, the little girl dropped her a bow Your cousin will be with you part of of courtesy, and then, folding her tho summer? West Point, you say? 1 hands and closing her eyes, she said, I am crazy to meet him! I simply softly: love dark eyes! Oh, maybe he won't "For what I am about to receive like mo at all you're such a flatterer. may tho Lord make mo truly thank- Indeed, I will try to give him a good Look to the comfort of tho fowls. time can't you bring him around to Never feed whole corn except nt ful." As sho opened her eyes nnd turned call beforo we Icavo town? Bring hlra evening. gaze on tho duchess, thr.t to dinner. I can hardly wait till he Wrect Eunllght Is a great natural her wistful person turned very red, and without comes!" disinfectant. A few blocks awayho young man Don't neglect your chicks and fowls delay, made out a check for tho amount due her milliner. paused to light a cigar and then ha in hot weather. happened to glance at a girl going by. Ilct, close weather brings lots of lice" He dropped tho match and it burned to the dllrly pen. Good Taste. his shoes as ho stared after her. Is a It fact that all hens Good taste is the most dollcato and "There's thj little peach that's visare not good layers. refined philosophy of action and man- iting tho Uphr.ms!" he told himself. The hot, sultry weather 1b trying to ners, and cornea from a high noble Guess I'll float "She's a corker! both fowls and men. mind being acted upon by good breedI can't Don't crowd sleeping quarters. Keep ing in tho home, in tho first place, and nround and get introduced miss uny chance like that this Bumopen. fronts of houses In early good, kind, gentle surround-Ings- . mer!" Chicago Daily News. Heps and pullets do not thrive on Lincoln wus the son of poverty, tho same kind of feed. was a master of good taFte.butall hU No Mystery. Heat prostration Is common in Infancy was enfolded In goodness, genMrs. Scrappy Did you bpo thif, yards where there is no shade. peace. Good tleness and Quaker-llkKeep tilings clean. Use lice powder, taste, like humor, It a great saving John? Worann Stung! Can't Talk! Puzzles Doctors!'" lice paint and dlblnfectnnts frwly. salt and Is the most dellcnto product Scrappy Mnry, a woman's- tongue As Foon us the hatching season is of the times. A great coarse mind over all tale birds fchould be marketed. may havo wit and humor, say. liko that enn't talk would puzzle more Feed little, if uny, corn or ether Aristophanes, but It takes a truly tbun doctors. Life. hcatlnc foods while the temperature Is grand, noble mind to have In munnprs Fastest Way. high. the good taste of Washington, Lincoln Friend Why do you wear those It takes n good poultryman to keep and Jackson. The manners "of Jack-fofearfully collars? up his enthubiasm when tho weather where, women. anij (chi!dn;n were Winkers (a man of affairs) lie is hot. without compare and cause, when the washerwoman sends concerned were Success with poultry all depends on this day they loom up as n good light ' thetn to anjbctly else they send them whether wo have egg producers or In the greatest repullic's history, back. urouea. ft new-foun- d from tho tree; there is that less surface of leafage to absorb the sunlight and bring my spirits In contact with the vital currents. We cannot pursue any natural study with love nnd enthusiasm without the object of It becoming a part of our lives. The blrdD. the flowers, the trees, tho rocks, nli become linked with our lives and hold the key to our thoughts and emotions. I certainly have found "good in everything" In all natural processes and products not the "good" of the Sunday school books, but the good of natural law and order, the good of that system of things out of which we came and which Is the source of our health nnd strength. It Is good that fire should burn, even If It consumes your house; it Is good that force should crush, even If it crushes you; it Is good that rain should fall, even If It destroys your crops or floods your land. Plague and pestilence attest the constancy of natural law. They set us to cleaning our relations to outwnrd nature. Only In a live universe could disease and death prevail. Death is a phase of life, a redistributing of the type. Decay is another kind of growth. The show and splendor of grrnt houses, elaborate furnishings, stately halls, oppress mo. impose upon me. They fix tho attention upon false values, they set up a false standard of beauty; they stand between me and the real feeders of character and thought. A man needs a good roof over his head winter and summer, nnd a good chimney and a big woodpile in. winter. The more open his four walls are the more fresh air he will get, and the longer he will live. John Burroughs, in the Century. I Repairing and Dye-- i ing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Gliib, Y. M. C. A. BLDG., HAHTKOKD, Will practice his pruf.sicn In Cats and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Piactioe a Siioclalty. fr Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith K, uml C. K. Mtpsns. W. 11. Uarn SnilMi announw Uurt tlwy Iwvo form-- a iKirUHr.Nli'.p ftr U!iu giiatrul jmc-tic- e ot Iftw, exc at crjmim.il nmJ tllvor cisou, Mr. BnilMi bulns Cuuiily Attor-l- v y is ltpuvcctcil ( rum prticUctiiR such HARTFORD, KY. ' altr cctsvis. Mr. Udriits will liuUvldually In OMIom aocoitt such practice. HarUonl Kcpublicnu buUtilns, ICy. llart-tor- d, r i 4 GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. YANCYL.MOSLEY, Attorney at Iaw In all &J. F.GILLESPIE fr HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profexalon Courts o( Ohio and adjoining and In the Court of Appeal. tary Public Office oter Plrnt Dank. ths Proprietors -- 8 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK nd Monday In Munh. Monmlv"1 in "X. TihMta, iiSEftiX in v"51""' Tuesday after Kn.l .Novunber. lliomua Olaton. after the Sander. .Monday InWednesday keeon.l Muuli Wednesday after 2nd .Monday v Wednesday after 3rd Monday W.edneaduy after ind Monday !,,' Grunt Pollard. Foulsvlll,. Tueuln nfi..r ..Vrid counties, Alto No National .X J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Ohio County after -- V. ( ' 4td Monday Horseshoeing a Specialty. Friday HART CEO, Y. Nunduy I'"Uo". "iill'tl, Friday after 2nd In March. Monday In Mm. .... - All Matters Given Prompt Atten dav In Ani.ii.iL". I """ "' Jioii" PENSION AFFIDAVITS tinn. UAIlTFOltD POLICK COUltT. SPECIALTY. H a?" J'- - Crowe, JudKe; John U. Wllo,i. in ' "ukui. i .u ember. nuraduy ' '"l."-r.."- . if K.LLTHE(HOiJG.H er.iri.. '"'.', l."r Vu. M. ":-'- !? t " AND CURE THE LUNC8 Hartford. - Ky. 'F. ave Money and Kecy in1 Style by Reading McCall'i Magazine and Using McCall Patterns school Triute,s-- c. Huriictrctair. Ladies! Lowe. ilKLICJlOUS SKItVICKS. lce o1." K" tr',iurch d third su,1: dul fn'rSf evcr; month. Sunday st,ool ?:"s 45outh-.-erv- icii'ieuuu und Ji WITH Dr. Kiitg's "' Nei? Disssvery AKO ALU THROAT AHD LUNGTIIOUBLES. ve.ntf. lt"sum,aJy STi'V"?. ra'ir elnif rjr "'.... J mo Wed- McCiH'.M. MSCAUS MACAI1HE cross-legge- d Nuv 1'r.shlnn Drains In vpt li Iimic. Ahu "unl.lo I. formation i t.lt lxtit'o ami (wr-- t i.l u ..Hit'. Only t v n rnr Im lulling i n f'fo luillctn. r;i o t.xljy or rend luflreo uiiilc lopy. McCall PiCtru tillrn.l!r r"U tninakoln four own liiiiiii. uiilo'iifi'tit.n liniiiN tlmliluufur ourclf anil .nUlr.on v lilt ti will ho iwrfcrt In ftjleuml nt 1'rl. liiclirr thali ID co mi hetui lor fn-t- i lb..oru jiulnfue. i W. Will Cut Yon Fit. Prcw.U for rpttllic aiming c.nrfr!r:iiR Mjitl ftirfrco I'rrinluin uialoguc ami Cali I'nzo Oiler. THE BcUU C0.W..Y. 239 to 249 tut 37l Si. NEW I0U P clrp'i trl-- t nt a ir.rxlrriiln tnenool V.U) u. In. cic3ju by kucplni; pastor. eaP;oC,!,,',rC:r-SitinaCf,radSU7ndDayiJ .t poslpil ciu tbo n In ..17 I Hot (lott.c till. .nlll lint. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OR MONEY REFUNDED. .,jr . .. ?r." ....h... ",?. fashions nt. (I In W Sunday Scool SECHET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 67S. F a. meet, fir.t unit third Monday nUdit Mi,', each month. Owen Hunter. P. foreman .Secretary. ' . Very Serious il I 'k'XJiJe'cr-0-Hartrord Chapter 8 S rU0,Ur,h Monday even: W' L&.eMMlllef SecrXy?0"1 Ul" itoueh Itlver Lodge N0. no. Knlghti of Tuesday night. "'It T,"lh U No." M, " It is a very serious matter to asle for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you tn buying to be careful to get the genuine O. E BUck-KugH- T eer' Liver Medicine The reputation cf this old, reliable medicine, f:r constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It i3 better than others, or it wouU not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all ctbe-- a combined. SOLD IN TCWN F2 Hartford' d "" StahtV Fyetm'un.HIteJc'o,rtd,'ceeeIle0rn",,nn'Ief BOOKKEEPING ." Tent No. 9. K. O T M U 's n Sunshine lilio No. LOTM meets every first and third Friday night Businese.Phossgrapriy " ""- - "lontli. Mrs. Attye LUU TYPEWRITING and SSSST Kepe-r-!' TELEGRAPHY Acme Lodge No. 339. I. O. O. F meets ecoi.d i.nd fourth Friday night i WILBUR fftSN ilfHIUSINESSCOLlElE inup ;. T?h '"V? il". - ..?. Wulloct Nol Grand mwi'i It! PrnMrnt hu rear, of ttjwrlrnce inuinMII. mtrtantlla and banking lutinna. alio 32 .ran rHnratlnv 10.110 Ohio Trlba No. Jm. Imp. order Had Tonng mn and wom.n for purr.... aVEntrr now, lddnu WILBUR R. SMITH. LcxIartoa.Kr. " eacl1 i. Ellis tir tJtl& iu.r.i I -- EASY. o. XV. No LV try r110"'1 V'"1 ,our,t' Sntida7 n "lit" Cn AN,1Uu""'i "vullnce? '"rk. v. c. Preston Moiton Post No. 4. O. A K U?i Hartford Camp, a'"'t -. Chlc-- r fofd Aiin. 41o,nu.tty Worid-lJIV.'- flrVi". IniI1,'"S" coinniunder; J. afte-rnoj.- uri!..y bifor. nionth. Ash M. Itogir fourth Tuiwlay GrJ'' Wnlnen tn of M- the l'' Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. n Hi , .VdleVon."':' A. S. UUa,"la4': 'mo ml? of X. PIEirfff well-know- Suburbanite Corns? The Palmist Yes. You have been COUNTY IIOAHD OF EDUCATION. Henry Lench, Chairman. Hartford. Ky. using the rake so much xou tats !. L. U. Tlchenor, Hartford, It. F. D. corns on your palms. No. 6. '1. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. 8. Patterson. Olaton, Ky. Mr. W. S. aunsalus, a farmer diving 4. U. L. Alford. White Hun. Ky. E. Hlchard Plumer, Tayloi Mlnes.Ky. near Flcmlrs, I'n., says lie hut 6, J. L. Brown, Hockport, Ky. Cliambtrlnln'B Colic, Cholera and l)lar. President- - m. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. fcecrotaiy-Trtasurtr-U. Kump, ind. StatH Officers: ' JL Fioinun, Cnrroll county. Pies. r.1, .? "Jrrett, Henderson county Vice President. S. U. Itohertson, McLean county. O1 l.iriiar IVo.mH ........... ...... Organizer. - Allen. Henry county, and Lat-- , z -- H-tl.i Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Hoard of Hen WarTho Palmist (gazing thoughtfully ren county; Directors. Harnett.Watson, counC. M. Ohio I cat: ty; A. H. Hrooks, Urucken county; It. I.'. jn palm of strange gentleman) I. Hay, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, tee that you are a suburbanite. Muhlenberg county. Suburbanite How in the world cai Ohio County Officer; 5. L. Stevens, Pre.. Heaver Pam.Ky. you tell that? Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford, Ky. The Palmist Dy the corns. L Ford, Tieas., Hartford, Ky. Sec.-Treu- National Officers; FOR KIDNEY.L.VER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it it the be&t medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. SEEDS BUCkMrs Jj .."'- SPECIAL OFFER: ateilataa, AtrltlwUn rMaaa ta kalla siii-ji'- : I IlthanMatTiral.TlanaMiOaUa,ibHtTatl. w raneura io an. uaaiivarn!""11! UUAKAIHTKE TO rUME. Memton this Pater. Write MyiAMAAMIMWVWIMVWVWI PTl.gCglrK.rM to-da- y; ! sum succeed i N.. maxa you our Danaaaant eumtomcr. I t ta emt i a . laiUatUraTBMaUralarW . aa awm aavj t.tat SEND 10 CENTS aa rackl.i nrai?. lata u4 va) ioruwr vita mf DIM a fUat Biaa, i UII4S. .alaaala aj ud SI LH.w.iiMkkM rmn)mM.'&.i riutl, m rhoea Itentedy In h!s fapilly for four-tte- n o - years, and that lie has found It to be an excellent remedy, and taken l(asuru in recommending It. For aly by all Dealer. Vm 'Poshous- - t(4W07f(AV PUNTIFUL CASTOR I A CkiUm. lor iBfuta and Ths rtgssAz&cfiqerfisAfp etxanmim TeJBcwYfYior 7ecorrwA e (hCAP' KM Ym Havt Always BiHh ZLs JJawing Grccr,i'. tKt& I ,Bears the Signature of &&&&& anwofL lit w THE WORLD'S SIN; iriririripirip4rirftfi?,i?irei? Children Cry for Fltchr's One THE CHURCH'S SIN Rediemer, Christ Jesus, For Both Church and World. Tlio Kind You Ilavo Always Bonglit, nnd which lms been In two for over SO years, has borno tlio Hlirimlnrn at - nnu lias been tiintlo under his pcr- .0. TZ-J', onnl supervision sineo Its infancy. Allow llil Olio tmlcrolvn vmi In tlila. All Counterfoils, Imitation nnd " " nro but Experiments that trifle, with nnd cuilaner tho health of Infants und Children Experience against Experiment. -- Ths SI bis Nowhers Rspratentt the Devil With Hoofs and Horns and Forked Tatl Cavorting Amid Flamst Torturing Hapless Beings. Merlin, fPICKIC! Ve The picnic season is rapidly approaching. wish to announce that we are prepared to print your picnic bills on short notice. Best service at least cost. Did you ever notice that the picnic which was best advertised had the largest attendance, and consequently was the most successful? Come and see us and let us tell you how to advertise your picnic. . Just-iis-go- August litis-mc- II 'fffffffpnj'iH atataVrA ' 18. 1'nslor AVo B Cnstnrla Is harmless snlislltuto for Castor OH, Pnro-porl- e, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Xurcntio Hiihstanee. Its njro Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Feverlshncss. Tor more than thirty years it lias been li constant use for the relief of Constipation., Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles nnd Dlarrhiea. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, nssltuUates tho Food, giving healthy and natural Bleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho 3Iotacr's Frleud. - What is CASTOR I A n tlcllvercil two itiltlrcsscs ltore toil I GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS K The Kind You Have Always Boogli In Use For Over 30 Years THC CAafMci CCNTailM COMMHV.TT MUHRAY JTRCCT. fr.vl VOBIl CITY. if", n 3 POSITIONS GUARANTEED asassi,- ir GUARANTEE a many Wo WE will us real soon.eoon anneedenormousmore domand to at once As supply tne got required we you position you So the for our graduates. number of students this otTor will bo withdrawn. at once for particulars. write ( JU. ygpz-mtt OBOi XT. pntxctnu HCItWARTZ BUSINESS COLTJEOE iitco.roa.TKn ixjTjisviirc. KfiTAntxanr.n mo. .a7i Rl BBANS KY. report from the text, "He 1st Hie propitiation for our sins it lie Church's), nnd not for ours only, but also for the hIiis of the whole world." (PASTOR RUSSELL' (I John 2.1 He V J declared II.that the V Devil of llio Hllile transforms himself Into nn lined of llplit In his endeavors to niMrnrl the people of God nnd to muke void the Word of God. The lllblo nowhere represents the Dovll with hoofs and horns and forked tail cavorting amidst llames of hell. torturliiK hapless beings nnd stoking lircs. Tho Hlhle hell Is cArol. JWcs-t- he tomb, the state of death, where both Kood nnd bud bo nnd from which all nro to be recovered In due time. The -Church will be the first: messed and holy are nil they thnt have part in tho they shall be Plrst Insurrection: priests unto God and shall reign with Christ n thousand years. Hev. xx, C. During thnt thousand years nil the remainder of the rnco will have resurrection privileges. The world's resurrection will Include not only nn awakening from dentil, but much more. ,tiir7io.i. tho Greek word for resurrection, means n raising; up again inv plying that the person was once up, fell down nnd Is to bo raised up ngnln. Tho Aiostle declares that man fell from perfection nnd the raising up ngaln N to be to human perfection. None will be forced to return, but all the wiMIng will bo assisted to obedienToward of which will be h ce-'the gradual uplifting to all that was lost In Kden and redeemed at Calvary. The dNobedient. after full opportunity, the Pastor declared, will be destroyed In the Second Death, which the Scriptures symbolically represent as the Lake of Fire. Revelation xx, 14, 15. tho 0110 ay. I THE mm BILLICN HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Hartford, -:- - entucky. KJUKTS r ' BULBS' ftULBS SUCCEED! M4 to fc114 Nw IImImms. trial wilt make you irmi.rni mi- tmnrr. tmursruua orioux b.M ESPECIAL OFFER Northern C.mtm Buckbre't "Full ol I'ciliKrfcil Srl have a reputation ol jSyrnrsol behind Ultra. It pays M tuccr:(ul ttrtl KToinK pUnt the Ix'tt. Seasonahle Specialties: 1 SEEDS One Redemption Two Salvations. Pastor Husscll called attention to F I r I i I IWULiTm Ve.tlfll sWaT Amm IltMtot. rMkr Hrfr , . hi. Prtoh Irw. BailM. ImmiIi. , n.cii fciiff tr4iu . Dirtlt TJU. Twit. VwtMtal Imi tt j ww snwuiaa. OMiMt rww, FM twi. auiTVoa ivuiuuBiti .uu aimc WWte " "ijrancA'E.t .......... MUARWilbw v rir.ain ?, 1 hl M4 I M NNf -MMO.u fMktafl M4 sMlfciL til illwUt. MlWtU . S,.. ta .l rwsyn. sbjiibh t.ia m pen iwiwiiis mm Bu im mm i aiww mi ltMWWrMIU.NINMnHI I Ib mhmm. mwiw mmn i tiM I ail. twii ywwmw snv vvxnini II MUk TM I toj; as cursTM 8BND MtBlloa rfta a Am i ftC im MU tM W hTMM V iup anna tmmm nr. w .. ... mi ftu 1MB TlfWM NCklN kH.Jf. B0OE70U.I1L. pl . PBA8 Extra Early Alaska . . . fj.jo Bushel I New Karly Grailus . . . . Si y Bushel Ilonlord's Market Garden . Ij.y Bushel Buckbcc's I.lKhtnins Express jj.oo Bushel luaUh. Tomato and a lull line el Seeds I'lanls and Bulbs at lowest crowing prices. Send lor complete catalogue or submit a list ol your requirements and will quote price. Buy direct Irom the erower SJe Monev. Write today. Mention this paper. Valentine . . 5J.J0 Bnihel Earliest Relucre Kxtra Karly . . Jj.jj I"ihel Ksw Strinslesi Crren Pott . $y;o Ilushel tl-SBushel Wailnrll's Imp. Kidney Wax U-l- Bushel Uaiis New White Wax . . Cunic's Kust I'root Wax . fe.30 Bushel Ltuc. U&SBwkbetSI., tocUord Sett H. W. BUCKBEE Frs(. RKkfrf,fc THE SEWING UdTVU "Non-pric- OVCR 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE iJHQIG.I Anron eniltna a skelrh and detrrlptlmi mm ottnlon fr.o wlictlirr an tulPklr ftHcertnln nur patentaWa. CViiiiniiiiilr.i. Icirotillxn ta prohablr tUiiiamrlcllyniiillilonttnl. HANDBOOK nil i'ntrnta iit tree. I (litest nuewr lranirliipatiinn. I'atvnis taken ilirouiili Slums A to. $fieinl nutlet, without charne. III th NEW NOT MACHINE OF QUALITY. Trade Mns Dctiant Copvriqhts Ac. UNDER ANY SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME Quality Coiuidwed Scientific Jftnericatn A hanits.iinKlj lllnotrnlCHl weeklr. Ijirooft Mr. rulailiMi n( nur rlvntllln Imirnal. 'JVriiii, f.' n year, four puuillis, U Sold byall neir..l...il..r. i WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. 110MK you will iryoitpiireliiisotliojJIIU' ha vo n !lfu nuict ut tlio prii'o you iuy, uud will not Imvoan endlras cliulu of rcpulrs, MUNN & Co 38,B"- -" Branch uniea. GM K New York 1. U BL. Washluutoii. kit the Cheapest oualnwl In alleoui...i.urllJ l.K. Iixiaiua PATE NTS iiimii ttuiruuguy, at vur THAT PA. Jvnni n TRADC.MARKO 11MI rTFT32J UJ in the cad proniptiy to buy. SenJ vhutoer sketch for FRCC report on tu yrurs' prfclUv. BUR. 'nUbllliy, IUI41itl yUU MliVM If you MMiitiiKewlnif liinchlnc, wrlto for oar latent rutntoinio biforu you purcbuso. Tha New Horaa Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass. Scriptures which seemed harmony with Ids contention that the redemption provided iu .lcstts Is to be with the condemnation which came to all through Father Adam. Pother Adam alone had been tried and. because of sin. had been 'tcntvnccd to death. The remainder of humanity have never yet been individually tried. They have merely shared In hereditary weaknesses, mental, moral and physical, und pharod also In the hereditary death penalty which in volved them In sin. sorrow and pain In conjunction with the ultimate result, death. It It because all were thus .through one man's disobedience that the death of the Man Jesus once for nil can be justly the retlemp for the sins of the world Christ has died. And the fact that but one class of humanity for whom lie died lias been blessed should be to us n gtiurautce that the remainder will be blessed, since "lie lias tasted death for every man." Hebrews II. U. Wild Is so blind as not lo fie alilcto .ee tho difference between the Church I? ro'M'sidri and the world !n nur le.-ius. the I'listor. of Jesus' words to His disciples, "Ye are not of the world, even as I am not of the world," "for 1 have chosen you out of the world." Not only the Apostles were chosen out of the world and seimrated by their and developcall und ment In the School of Christ, but all of the, followers of Jesus throughout this Gospel Age have been sharers In Mils' same call to from the world. They walk by faith uud jiot by sight their falthf illness In living uuto the Lord and not fur self. Is promised the great reward of 11 share In the .Messianic Kingdom glory. Then when the Church shall have readied her glory will lie the time for The Church thu world to lie bleeil as the spiritual Seed of Abraham (Galntlaiis ill. .M.)i will with her Redeemer bless all the families of the earth for 11 thousand years and make good In them their share in the merit of Christ's sacrifice. In d e V splrlt-liegettln- g FAfJIJNQ HirC'ICNCCS. rorrreeuuw. Is. k mi trintriliU I'ltci.u writ, in 03.40 Onvnnth Streot, WASHiriC .ON, D. O. nJMMBBBas IVP raMrWMrtftW:TEMMJ cw;n.'im em, .... rliv. n ih nti'tatd.' l!iWftJt Preac Aditml. !. how to oUala I "" m Atu suvnii iW-f- aanliwiirrfir :d. wy i , lxclys.!y. M w I Tl. ilSa-- Wwh. imiuni Geneva's Monument to Servetus. The Pastor said that a week before Irid Iren In Se"vii and loo!;ed at Ihe iiniiiiitneMH In Calvin ami in Servetus ithe Christian brother whom - roast ml alive Calvin had caused 10 liy a slow lire for live liutirxi The laterected hj ter monument had Calvin's followers to diuw that tlicy bad no sympathy with their leader's course Iu this matter. Pastor Itussell declared that Calvin had not Invented tin1 Doctrine id Mice McCAU. rATTCSNS 4 Celebrated lor style, perfect Ut. simplicity n4 Hon. for It was In the P.lble tin ceo reliability nearly 40 years, bold in nearly centuries before he was Intra He In the Uilled States and I every city and town CaniJa, or by null direct. Mora sold than gave him due credit lor ha vim: made Scud lor tree c.Uloaiuc. the doctrine prominent. any other nuke. CALL'S MAGAZINE shlM WIMi Ihe Increasing lltrht n More subscribers than any othet fashloi ' maatlne million a month. Invaluable. Lau lug UHiu the Itltiie. -- aid lint est styles, p.uurns, urcktmaklair, muunery, sell. We see- that iie elect I'limvii plain sewlnir, lincy nccdlcworkjul'dressinir, i" lle.te:iM I5r.de etiquette, good stories etc. Only CO cents a when ii'il'ed I year (nrtn double), including a free pattern. .. Mm ili buba.J today, or send for sanipli copy, snim will befioii r.l" 'e'li iia ii.iimiM'd "bill limn which VNBEarVL INDUCEMENTS toAqents. roi nrinjs premium eauiogua l;lis the oou elcd. a.ii.w caili prise oticri. AJdress rm ssciu ct. m i mi w. mh . mm mm ? Im- WW 11 -i I I I'li-itii- r - Wl'kftns delivered tp.'bndld pppecihs. Flies Kill Live Stock. The business mvotlrnr oned fvltli Intl., Amr.9. Knr,mera of this PrcaUcnt J. 51. Hlshop In the chnAr, J. rvlsUliur.! ioqiI aro vainly murine; war II ij. Vice I'rusUb rit, II. C Trunt.in CIGARETTtS IN ' ' lilnjr It'.Jrt ciliu!a-i,- t Ulmiiliiii, I.. T. 1??cn torntfjuUru Midr Ue stock and r,j i n lvi.tilr ill si . , .. v. tltr .t ivr .n , ..,..9 tiifL,,. vnr .1. '"""" . :. - . ......... ;, .. ,..l tir.C -j . . " .., "" i , lOuntry ureaK Kecora ' . i ICnniHelp J. 11. I1ilr I), rj. Il!vui.-- J an.l l M" hrp" ' tcrlll"'"' j! li. CSV.W.T coa,.iT' ' s ,,rp(-n-,m. a fin Nails" By Two U,e " lU Th"nlM f,,s,tn on tl"-- - anJmi,s nil-tto ,1 Ut, the rolctV... ,tarr ' '"'S Billion. Tho .loll of those irtso eir.ee .onJunincu by ,tu- paa ' tlio anlmi'a m?atln-a- t U nt, Hown, was nuil hy CIulp ' frauticu"- - dish t,lio undoirush qaln Truman 21 old vcfenuia hnlng illil pfi-pi- 'j aid asVnst trors and fencs In tholr cf- . Wjisliln'in, I. C, Au,'. 13TliO tin; yiflr. With n Jhu tf iforls 'to sirtue nllif. A c.rw owned 'iv )IXlllKvl iniuTu of Uic U'liltol S:ti ii .,l iiiu uii'k I m vr.ia rJii'i 4fiivw u t. - s 'Uirlr'S tie.- ol',n.Utt.fa. il liar li uivl n ultwl In fnvor of Central City be Wlll'Jim Ijilir, wJilIo fls'itlns tho than e r li"fro In tli' lil.Vir.v ni i" his uliiMn out of unite i nnmli jr iof oth irt ono My. caimht ov, ir a horn, feir to tlu .;r,omid Hnd from Uicir at. country, iiecrllnv io Mi.-- $r i'miivy er n mi'inittniis. t'l- - ks b fore slis was found. report of Itoya' II. UiUil', I:iiyiu tf offlo rs for tli"i iisiiirx '"ir of latornnl rv. mu fittmil.t'l as foiiowe. J. II. Kick ir Js n The coii" Pxeiid to Siy.Ttirjf" 31nuVtnh cVn'rnl City, K.; J. I. 0.-I-il FOR FLETCHER'S wv.d il paly sumption of ulileky wtii? .1. A. liyiw.n, ,r. Vice l'rM"lil'-nt- : -r drinking by the y.tir of llmT, but Ctnrtra.1 Clty,Ky; - T. Jtjil, f.'ll wff li- - a substfintlnl ri"'.ntnKc. Ad.'Htnnt, Uockport Ky. ermoVfrg'of Tho ltnprcuHiltisUtl One of tlio mst common ailments A v,oL of UmnWH.itiO 31 13. Itenni'itt, and USI, c'ssirotti'M, e.po' l'j"K lra atjitr "udks who runs niatiy mwista for that haul woiklcs p op nre aftllotd by niarly i.U'JO.ln.Ki.U.'O, uniciy.'.l us .was ailoipt-.-d- . of TJmnks to tlio iwple with U lame back. Apply Cltamberlatn'a Jio were uwiUV.- toof treasury official, Ccntm 0,,y for t,vlr flp,eI(1a In. Lln'ment .twloo a day and message (lie l for th3 onortnou-- s (iifins1. parts thoroughly at oaok application, t?r.toi'4imtnit was unanimously vofc.d. Stored In wareJiowr. s tli 00111111 y over w'H sot quick rcilof. For sale ewifim ly pKijtir by tfia;- - aml alii .'rtln Truman, a g'nsnil hand .haklinr, "J' all. Dealers. nro 3,"MViii gil:cin of wl. !, .In Kii-- i song rum. tlio Kr'it".t on r i SlviII' AViO Meat Austin," gal-- t t teky i.iit- - me stoml by by the laillcfl, and tlw Essay on Pants. ns wJiVJi nmw'fi the total mount o; Gon.rwfi) Hiys. Paints are nride for men and not for Cat'.il wIiU!.y and svuii a tli? J. M. IHSHOr. Pres. worn ,11. Wcaisn mro nuid for men and nr. ho. TI.e riionl pro S: itos lev 11 I.. T. 11KIU, Adjt. not for pants. AV.Iien ,u inun 'lants for a Wi ilii'tlon of tili'is-- ' Ititiili(m' wnnrjn and w.orivin iimnts for 11 man OeGx 0 Kilvi fit l" '.tis Ho Wont Limp Now tiny nro a julr of vuits. siuoh t tints 'T Uuui 1111. Ti'io irvi'iinipljtn of wlt-'Ullmp'nK for Tom Mooro of No more danit Ja'.t. l'uni'a are like molassas nail I um l'C v,u ro on my t,li:y Cochran, CJu. "I Ual a lad 'n hot M4iUi r ar.d aii tljj-i- r tlii ii'vuent tiaii'iivuli'iil "f t'tJ record of Instep that notU'.tiK s'Xiivsl to help till ' tf.lclur In (.old. II: iui ftti In l'.l7. Millions ISIUIIO-I titid liucklna Arn'ca Salvie," '..o nants: such inly.'iikei n.i-- Jkronli ls .if 191? was of lo r The writes, "but U".Is wondorful healer so-il er of cur .me." Hcala old, running eorw. pronlfie. TiIkk Ips born munh illaoivs- ouji l".',l,7Ui Ififi, 'a u'luulir or plu-r- a ssini wli li r u- coir,iuii,il to'-- '- iilccrj bolls, biirna, cuts, brula s, 1, Hbw lrr.; . Hv ii)u to iii3 uIimi in v u- - ,punta inn. or files. Iry It. Only S3 cents a; It Is .pliita', nnd wIimi 'tlv" don't w or All Urusslsts. punts It U s'liftulnr. 314i no on a tear In Shocking j tlu'.r limits mid It ls nil rtglu, but when. In tho eartli iire's'JiirtimMJ liwtrd liofort Depends On Eyjs of Murderer u'v inius o en ;i tear 11 is ujt wronvf. winning of n trlb!o ramliut'iUko, If you want to niilcj pants lat make For Sight Uie comlns peril. Nature's wtutv'nss ats. 17.- -t If ppl'.e. tlio eoitt first. Mn"rlc N ws. tlio At until, On., ,M. Uud. Tluii dull "pain or cliiIio In u'lrv-oof John C.ixliln, n Wind newsp-'-pBlamed a Good Worker. r cnd(r of the city, warns you tlio K'Mncyis need ''I b.nms.d .my heart for severe distress uniisid poni r ho iwltll lo rv lOhuj If you would esrayc thoso din In my loft !do for two years," wrltoa tli'.uush t!v.'.!'s of u niurilio- - r s'lon. W. Kvans, Dunvllle, Vn( "but I know gcroiu maliullr, l)rtry. I)isletcv or Hob ,u 1.. C'uy, cmvk'.t-.of kUIng now It was hidJgi:lon, as Dr. Kln'J Kloct'.rlu P.Ut-UrldUt's dlscnus. 'lis wJf.', 'a to lu jt. icutltwl her?. N w Life Pills completely cured mo.' at oiwe und soa li.u.kiulio fly .and all n 'li as '.!io .'xreitt-'oluis ,lvvn .uomplu.- llest for s'.omach, liver and kidney y s w'J In r movid pWcd id OVy's your bot feeling return. "Jly son ltronblts, coiiM'.liutlon. lKtulaclio or a iU'n- - ".jh.ttui und lushed to a h 1 sreuvt b.ueflt fnom tholr use. ror u. til .Vjl 1.TUKI.I&1. Ullll'. ''u mi' r f' .hill ii'ul Iu M.il !r for kldpcy and bladder tiouulc," wrlt .";. m r.' of Til iris'i.?! p Peter llondy, Koul'i Itookwood, M.la.1., ILLITERATE MAGISTRATE tlio jjr.'nfJrg of the lornca In.o -- .n-j kldnry ra.Cldlcln-"II Is csrta'a'y u 'Is (.lyu iy:s. i r.i Dr. I. N. vrtl f(". Try It. 50 cents at All DruwilnU. Pi hi:, y Cn Inun, 11 wf. d nuul'.-t- , :iv a3rji 5.1 il.t jn a'i. 1. will i;'i-- 1 Vet-ran- s Reunion. HoldTneir . y b a "I'M" fiinil Mv ! !i cSEMM' lllill . ("ux'Sa! to tJe II I U'.'i I '.Ijj Airnf.'tK tf tli? c ntn or :. .. C .1 .1. C! y, I y , A " p iv r of ho iy hu3 bkii 911 -a t of ':i.o ur n Tt in 11 in uilt r of r ewfliiM, hut on !i ., U.KUU UMs. n.y OIK; , lUld tl'Ilt 'II ih' fit II mil in 'it '. ::i t U ' m n; . urfuant t( I'unp uJ iv. ml .In' C nil a" Ct.y. Ky., 1 1) 11. A .i t ''mount of III health Is duo to m. tho 10 iv us UT..1 d utid 4 Oonf Dui!1. iitul :r ' ft:i'-i'.- i iii; air il ilia nIiin. When tlio n'oiiiuch 55asasasWsasasasaBal' .. t J .. ua luuiiions piiipvi-war .4iifiu iintu Ud. -- niii.i.' if ;:i rills to rytcm leconifs deiunul. tho, w'.iolo iii;. Oipt. J. K. i'i-- ' mm U Uv (titiflnil to f w du s of Chiuiib r'u'n's Tutilets Is It's J. II. Il.iys ivis l.ti'1.1 n rliva'l you irld. Th-- y wl I s'r nath n New Magl.trote Wbat'i lbs ntst It's piuo iis Coii'ii'A t" nrn, utul 'i d- - U'swffc'on, luli.oiiito your lbcr, mil camr . .s your bewelv, entlK'y iW'iif lliu r yulnlo wcom- ml Ir liver ii'ii" Police Sergeant John Bmltb alias to hi mo 'whs nnulo by ( ,!, II. C. il' U'.y with Unit iiiluMfb'.e fio'ltiit diu Williams. Now Magistrate Ladlas first, a Tiy It. .Many oth- Cr.ick.en cfitlro 11. lie ml U Ditto - Y. to fiiit'.ty ys. Let Alice Williams taks Um ,.,,r...it.vl ,n,..i-.- . , . '""M 1...... 1.,. IC'd cf llovkimt. . 1912 I ll--- .,,.,,, "' iortoi r" "' i-.- i.-- WAT-T- ,,. ...i ' ..!., ''" Un'' - "", ru ... reuitl .t, Children Cry ir, b.-.- CASTORIA 'u lll xw - 0(ig -- , "W-Imi- rtm -- -- (t ?lhi. 11 coiiM-iiijJt'- fr e 11 or tii ;.:-- in.s 11 Send. t 'tlif-bo- . Je.'l'-lon- lko ,s 1 . 1 1" . s, r-- . . !:!, 1 t 1 .im jl-i- a'll--ii- ij i 1 -r b.ii.-.pn- u.t Jin rs, 1 fl at .... v V yt-i- - Hon. Oaorao Hikir and Hon WVUr not r K. d'rilni. ' t j A yu? Par sij j by all Dolors. " , . . I . a.,nf( "" "' ' -- a- & iJ SS!iiS:S rnmmum yWIWW r -- , ofm on The We ' mi a 31st, 1912 we are Goinft 1 Saturday, August Marks the opening of our store and with it comes the opportunity to buy merchandise for less. Our position in being able to secure our goods for less makes it possible for us to sell for a lower price. We are coming to Hartford with confidence in our ability to save you money. It won't take us long to convince you. First Fifteen Days are to toe Ushered in by Unusual Bargains for to Step in the Lead from the Opening Day. will sell only first class merchandise and stand back of every sale. LOOK FOR THE LARGE BILL. S. ROSENBLATT HARTFORD, Next Door to the Banlt of Hartford the VJ-r- n CONTINUATION OF KENTUCKY. INSTITUTE NOTES ajvl take imrit pViumrw In rrmfacfvlnr rk to nny lnly of Ufutlnin ilif- ln an abk-- , j,rnQsrt oivl offlqliept tr M CHINESE SHAVING FEAST were rvevpr chausid and were ustI to and n the ueata vrofts blddias e.it tho fourteen ooursas. A a cancjs- - aivai.oimiol nt slon to the AiU'Jiiuuistilarjs.- - jjujto. and and her iw,rent tfoodniteW. fork were slv2n U eai'Ji of us, but no knife or poon The fourteen cioui-s her MANY SENATORS TO DESERT TAFT of Number Ready to lU'.tor. Sonyuvd. iwire all Jvot, s:r FOR dWits, one lifter the other, with no vi?qtahle or bread Witness- accompaniment of any kind. Small Notice. bowls wore passed for tlie more liquid ed courses, wJien tha JndJUiual lailfej? mere .Tlvs Ai S. of K. Stock Comm'.tteo wdll usul histt'a.d of soup spoons. Soup of HliliP fitfck from Ucuvor Ia,m, iMoroUy, fishes' tins, sUcid .turtle with gmtiaa Ausuat 2Sth. AJl oartls hfwlnff qtovk cooked with pick- - to s!tp wifJ nltoe ivotify the commltt Baby's Hair is Shaved and Din- - ffarltc asm sinan onions, fiioces or tunus at onqe. , WiUi are.fns ami b.icon, roast dupk with ner Given with Fourteen , L. B. TICIIKNO,!:, i KratqJ nuU on top, ee'., and siiqen bam- S. U STBVJiN. Courses. boo anrouts cut in small strips, pVyjon Ii H. T. PQUTIJU, OMi'k,n noodlcvs, iQliop susy, mat of the Commltitoe. aca Ils.li, the abotone, and peppers. An Imitation to u 'ahavlns feast' is As no knlv.cs wwre nvqr usid, all n,oUicli UieM) mtats or Cowls, ware ON THE RAILROAD TPMN lirfjdd,ed tu cuninwn xiot to be dtwnjlsod, sma'4 nleutis and shaped in o mo'id. One tluuh they be 4n 4Jn Fnin,clsco. And what Is a Hli'tvliiB fist7 When could not liaj making' Uie ulwjrvnftipn a aiifyie.se baby of otAur&t is a Jivnth how useless are many or our tar-j uVl Ats huAr to Nliiit.d ito make l grow dl 'le.s, and how dainty and lmn-'ire latter, ikl u djlmvOT js kIvipii by the the Ulkjnisj In tholr table euulpmsut In th'ir ba'by'a .honor. On,o of comparfld wtMi ours. Chinese napkins IKUvunlu thie ttmvts was held not v'oiiB as0 WTe oftn jissd, and nuny ion .tlve tllrd fumr of a pqpuur res. of rtrfirkllns iiiuine cider drunk. K hrinJ Victoria, always sonin.oiant tiiUrjjit In rf.m I'ranulMio's Chinatown. w-pass, id by Iter jiioAIht and It was ulvt-- by Yons Kiiy, an int-"- Kny around to tlw (Vtfrtnqnjt (tabic prutor in .the customs .house. In (honor Yoi of lhs thtA borai, Kuthurlno Vkntoti.i Ht--r .licatlh was drunk h'hV.iw by ilu ' JCiiy. of oji'.'h table Jn (turn. jMmiy , lllrty. coins, foibjl In unit' (Iojvc, ilia! Is ,Uie f.isolnV'iU-!iuunta of rice j1"Uhwiiuo Chin ilowji of I,;'J' ", were (dipped Jn a small bair, ,roW!lml, Ivtr rur-k- . On this old, foini.r.'.y " luuw bit of the orient, whluli was tl l Plrt Passenger So you're a base) tirlca with Pipir, thrcu IikiIkm 'iian iif. Uvi ton, law lU'rs.slvf Inbwi In Olilncs", "Tluwika," and ball umpire, eh? I'm a banker,, and vind(w.s; .1wms MXtlaVy fill- - wus piito I guess it's been 20. years since I waa wiWi .VmeilauiKipd't; l,lu UIi1iichoUui 'luwii the rUrM Kldt tine tiXu of tlw dli. Inside of baBobatl grounds-Second sulvva wtirliK uo iu Hios uiul mostly uldd 'ie" "" "tor the o'lill." Passenger Well, I guess In .VmerhMii q'olJH. Cl,v'ety and st(1 f jaMna nfliniavlwl. it's been about 20 years since I waa wm Youiirf luij'j Cti.t itbolo-Kiof spvc.lus wure mails both In jOIUnctio and tnsido ot a bank. uio cituii in tuv .m iTaJwisio qiunu- - in IJnsllyh, and, tu Is alwaya tlio mJ TJie waMs if tho Viro ronni were with the brlnt, the wit-js- t iwunUMy - wu.s jhwn to all. Yunj,' Kiy cv.arl wltili Jililcous Ameilueiii iliqoruv vwilU'm-tUm- , FOR FLETCHERS tri.iueB or i.rn uiiuiUj uvi oiu. tlnunlly around to tlv illft flvnt rJW was a uhmp iwlowd piMnt f wikisl tsi'UtK ,r flr.'nkln,.' w'.Mi Ms iruen,ts. Tim liy llfivsllPhlas on i,tJior ldo and rteno spefuhi-weno (,'rfeUsl wWi plvjeru and Ud "lVvwe, in j'y ind .pr,u.p.,i liy." Indiana .Town In Fine Shape. IvuiOa'aps, but Owl here tlw .Viimrtcan tin afU,r dinner HWikur irm tike iintl) Alnit Kuetfa wciio TUo llpokjiort Ind., JflurjiU and CMu.seu(iiu u and M'lU- - they Wnr alt very hhmit and It the lti."t Wi lnvti.y nLsHt tint last cult Ornn bclns pliiscd o,l one tiho, the Utter vl of InidclitodneMs of ltockjxint wts lnt. One did not notlue u a-- t Unbind tJve horews. rt'lw CIvUivhu nun of fXiiWutiiM of of over-l- n lul;;vu. by tho city umiiuioU. Uockioj"t pI,cn;s not vwixj unim-lpat iinnclujita, lnteraiitern, Souve was iviusod by two now own moHlrinv a"d Jw over 3(y) HtuuViiiU trom the and ii1.mis, (;iilnaincn rUllai,' and twins u(li oUwr cu'jh In .the tnabury, Onf it flew Junl in Aimjlmu cluUns. pliylns the kvw "Chi Jtoul;" with tnu'ni.s ,!inid in tho Untcf states Youiii-- Kn' ojK'acd thefiMiHt Wlt,h an Ifreat aithual,.ism utvl noise. Kaoli would are In as i;ood flrvuioUil ouivlHl!)"i. We In Ulijivu.se, 'IV ie liianj nxiud lllns hw rlKlit liund In the ittlbir'M ttv e consider Uds tlyo beat ivowis i.iv3 t,il)t, dnujid with Aineiic.ui (UlJo hIiiiwi'jiu nny number of ffln'ens ami pub'ihllied und Wio hist advontWinvmt vjoliwa vre ihmi1 mIUi liny dlAhuj Hli'uUiu( ttlw number ili Iij rupldly tor Uve city Uiat could bo juuiivl. many n,ot laiwor than ftur oiyllnjuy bit-tu- r went on. The oive vho was n,heal at p'jiU.s. Uii Uir0 VNK',ie JlVuHid UWo''- - tho end of three or four rounds won. For Sale, it UiwU of liuti.1, iiikw, olurnl-l)!u.l 'IMm l.tu dwia luw a jfamj wry ivIiullUr I Imivohjiho tfiwJ Sliroivtlilnduwn Ituns oruivu3 and tmvuctiututb. At ivuli puto to tHU. ituto ifJu-awas tt .ar of oh"ii Mljuks oivl a Att 10 o'qVk tlio hont wltli a Bliort att o. w. ,wiluah3. . Hiidil china UUV lu They ieo(.Ji In KntfUiJi, cwy.ludvsj UW , It. 11. 3. lleaver lam Ky. I el in small four-Aldi.- il Unique Ceremony Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORI A TIbiJ we faTr tho tiiKlpn ;d Final Report of Meeting of Ohio County of -J- ojivcnitary SuIvvm In t!w uouji,t-- . TTutrjO. Airkultin uli vo tgvyYikbto Soltoojla ,00 m'itlc phto One-Fift- h in Chinatown. Tiuit and oncourueliu; the prpiico i wonts twJiins, BowUkii wjvWaVly Ctomi. uf tfw vUIUm,;! Alas trW, of Enlist Under Roosevelt Banner. oVf is (war asd) i'Vturtli. Tilnt we extinvl our tlianks the prqewylltiKs of awti j.ui!l ,,,, Jubrw Mm n WcuUiljiftlon. D. C, Au., Uie OJilo County Taolvera' Insrtmto In m for Ule .ncanonoj tfip irivwi last Kiuli'ran United Htatem HanaVB, oyr session at lUWCard laat wqek, and lie- - OttnUr. ,W tv a,ssuml it (a a nwMt of the tvtinB JtfipubJHan! fflnn'ns with wlKXe we let off Jn our.uniinnliaid i aiul rooaniimnd uh:a laM iue Thuridai- - marnlns: of 09 viaU wUl not miiji- n,t Homo onpontune lUnw nna;ivf be Judjre J. S. Glwi ablj- - ilUcasvl taken. port Taft thin yiair. A wiv;ua ,of tjw Sa'j-a,"Some 1'au'ts In Our Sjsteni or rttv.a'a tias.urpifJlnrlj- - Urija ponennt TVo wilsh to extend to iDtie pktjluns Jle saya, the kreatost 'fault Is, of Jlirttord .nur .nmjwtjiy for who uvebeoi atflllx tls tlw lo-having a unlCqrm sjisUun pf 'W1'' ''the Prosj!dvit'a own rurty out of Winlr colics, nerylenod iwar and dp.ir Jid,ge Jolm B. no an to many of us ,by tlie tendr mmoiie" who iui not .biHajr tlianwlw ,u .suappt.t Tho foV!ti axfi w. one-iU- vik-ccm- piu-boralif- tP t ta Sf s M'iH-o- twKlivrs,s o on "Odils uind ,Kndjj." ass n 1 bs ttti. Children Cry v; I tab'. a CASTOrllA :J l' uM-jubli- sl, Am-inkiu- i Bln.-,i- ,f -- ovclU-irken- di'd iyUn ' i ilael fr itsitdmj-iaumy- f,t Tlwxi of tlve olftvtui HoiKwtjors JIW "You may umiak, jiou mai- - nlatUir tho Jr. .MutohVqr continued Jtfs idlscusslon mo clear owr to the PwrHfVilvn vase if yau wjUlt , of IMnie und School Sanitation. He Pirly. ov. of tho olven ikivii not rose rtnaliwi wrllh upoke of the Impurities ot water anl But 4I10 Hcwvt of sa'xl tha,t tlvy wll Col. Ut Atlll." I milk. vest, but uie significant tint Yo oommend tho Hplnkt d t,li MltlDAY. Uiey will not Huppurt .tlw (uiulldaim of pf llantford for Uie Mtanfl tiiey tho IttaiuiiUiuui ntirty. In'tltuto assinh'ed fdr the Irurt days sowa'on Hr,lday nuarnlniK at 8:13, Dovo- - li'ive taken In tho of oduvi(tVn. Tlw tfvMfi S.vnlfim wlio will nft tlnmal oxeniis( woro conducted by Judje Yo an; .'infid"n.t .tluut yixrMtm will" rn support l'r.jdervt Tatt atujHrlsttiw, of J. P. Mr.lt r, Sm,t. I,(sw-i- i belnit absent, Htore to Wkim n nvyvi cpmmivltouH fulld-lii- i' IvViiuvls; Crnp, of iUmiKat,i; Crawford, ' and one 4,lrit will mo.H tlio ncuds of So,uth IXakokn; Prof. W. C. HlvuCca pnUad. Momtana: PitltidnxCr of ,Mvi.t .vnnwiiiff InsUtulou. Tlie flrM on jironrani was "Tlhio of VcsliUitn; Horah, of lifcilio; l.i K0! Truf.teo and His This Vo tMultir our itihajika Ip ifit ffftrui pi-pl-e Vtto, of WlMwntn Cuimuhm and Ken- was dboasxd In nn ub.kt mcuinor lo A .for Ohio Ji(pltality hliowu rto uh ivnd yon, of Iowa; Oronna, of Ninth llivkot; H. TiliiuiK.T, !:. U. mvl J. ) for Wio HpknUd vtfyitu,liin'tiit in and ilaiirno of Oftueoii. Iiroun. TJi-- f,roke of nriny lk'ttfl f VtVtvflny owinliu;. Nwpa- - m tluat are pnihi.Un tlio Intotifst, Konvo of Mihloh are: Pnewnivlni; Siti!i. Thit wo as tu'.hcra tako tills rcmtlojuary ticket JmtvW by vvMi-'harmony, jkhiIs of .tiho dlstnln misins of pitltioulms our Sujwifcvifid' nt Taft are nVmlnir that oniy a wnall of the iioople, nad jrttins iiiiiuajuitdl to JLs his influence In CMraifiL-Uonvllh numhor ot SenuiUvw ii,i,e jolwsl tlifl with tjie p"oile. caun.U'-'tho KunorlntiSKleMts PrpWris,slvo ,nuty, of itht(r Uiey Uvt I Jtoeett'i. to ibnlnjr about Homo iutlrs by ullil!i Uryo nunnU'T of aoiivttors from ,Uie Miss P,luklln imd Dr. 'MutHicr flnlslvei the pay of Uie public HclVipl tojH-- r own oiUwl lio,u..h.id .who ,wlll their week's wonk by jnasmtliw inuAy'may is Uiinun l, tlwimby ruiJslnjr I'io not iHuiifont Jie PrttldvU. points of liitwKMt they (Old nqt, lv.v,o .time atamliid of Uie l!no..-U .Is UAl9tst(v uf flip Ux toilette, Qnwa to eP"aln. After wlUili Hujit. Juvil State. Bunaih, and m.nlittw ono or tvv oW,orH Vio u few reutxrks to tlie iJovf'nUi. Tihn,t ,wo, as it"aitheiy, ntlHyo will no pant n Uio na,tlonnl pim. yefir'a whrk. way nowilble to tnvivviso tli.'i Pa.Urn, while dolnjf ht ovx-rafl liey f1ui of ,!, miw conimlttoe on r.wlutlqns Mulnltted attMi,lansa in tmliool mmd iuln fvth our loaiil itrjiiUUUinn , , th faifiittifiB, whWi. wire lubqiWl: most ijarnmt and w.vWuy Sutvriit(iwliut Snnator Cumm-kn- i 'j. tint tctuiicj-- of Ohio luunity in III i'a efturt to rnfpro Uie new qqhnol m3n,t of i,U portionwin iw p,rt fv Ht)!W.0 uu iw uw Q Inattuto assjioblfd, fnmtf (tlie law and to uneato a bqtter odufxaHaniiJ luwi at the uvvsi of of qoi. of our worls, to uUU'i'i uplrlt, grass. t,lio fpl'owiirjtf r'Wi'iniioias: OZNA fiHUITS5, llnUtw luvi ffaJV npj IJJ It Res.ulv.i-d- , pm. Pirst, ,TJiu(t W. C. SIliUWZ, poiufcw llooMVAU as .llepuivn,, d on .the wontliy uulkm of our SuiM. MAY K. KOUK11S, i the wxxund Uu he ttWt Weil (to Uw InUtident In neourlnu lir. Mutifri t qojmmjtttoa. Uspublifui notninntjon. i i llawl'njf Ojiewi, us fakstrimtoir. yfo ful'v rpaitui itlittt lie is dolnj; u irrit work Marriage License. One of pw ,.wt for tlio niiaoTis of (til. is pto.e. ,Vt fael lUmlKill Ulfiinan, Hver Dam: to that hard wttrkliw p, ana aMUot0(1 doubly ttsumd lUuvt the rau'l. If his Nina ifay Ktjvens, Oroimwiu'l wlU. Is JanW back. Appty CiwmbenWn'a work wit irtve nqw mp(tu to Ui Airylrcw I. Uaajvatn .to ClfUdlo lAjqlon, Untavw .twbo a day and uanUjuitt-io- l tlle fmsoiumti of Koattifky, Vu lUwlive, nanto Uuwu,,, ,t wou'd a'lan oxgrtta our IsJipiYwWClJiii it J. J. ' Hslton U Artie .Delta Coujiajje, and you uulck MW .in Uto ,wwk of AUs of Owjfmbo.ro, PojiAhtIHo inou,to l; by njd Uoajors. , , Itooosi. of Uie nut. hU ramllikvsy Q,r uprt jn-tro- fat lfi.. st Iutl." Anv-lW- Oil t, s a lit oveif; -1 1,- tk cjl. , a Hea-i.Vir- m-n- .' ,,, ann,. .' ' icWt . r- - J- p--