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The Hartford republican: August 30, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912083001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: August 30, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. l?JF .yqpSSn fVfSTtTpljriTL'JI WWrWWW f Nv H -- - Cite Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV. LIFE LONG DEMOCRAT Thos. Hisgen is Out For Col. Roosevelt. Was Once Candidate For Gover-nor of Massachusetts and Prominent Leader, Aug. W&xtfoxb DEVOTED TO Till: INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE tuvt . M&pnblkavL OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 7 TAFT WILL NOT HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1912. bund nsnllnpt tlw pinp'o, BRYAN WILL DO 'i"i TRIBUTE PAID WILLIAM BOOTH kVradiib 'il tjn(t time tho c'fljna to havv contrl'iUiVd, inl jdunitur tho rirotlon 'iirtvl. IVtwiwl', crlnin of irl m'Joi, yiw of fntrww Hiirbvc tlw t'vl'ipi'nfV' through u Mil"n Uil irnoup .f oum m.11 Mi u. wMi whloh In was h imtmVTl "rurtn MOST OF WORK -- as iwm as ono ymr buV-rvw- s vr lio woiijfl I.vln pgaVui t(lw nrn wu In brotuht ttiy own i?mpnn."'H U it pilot wjwno It h'nowwl vtViit'rl, LiTj-.rlr- ir f-st- t Wilson to Make But Few Eulogies Upon Late Leader of Salvation Army Speeches. Oliie James, of Kentucky 11 Vxm K' w af,friid would , H Will Thousands of Persons Visit Con- -' to any "W.h-- n in,iiin.-ji-ti- t wiiw Htitrittxl con- - ttnui- - tlio war. Also Lend Assistance to gress Hall To View Body. IMiwvo'.t after the nrliiRfll.t. dhHK for Ma-- ., Standard uil puitiviny tlte r.tlrmt ul hJilprnMili. an lrvT lffcl lu:k our an our w were jslven 11 Hrpietriij traffic, ajifl tliiw w! wro ublu to bring our HtaUon U'k to u jnofttn,tj 0 V Democrats. Vork, Aujriwt fjwvit toduy U Hl'g'n, Itul'ifl""''" PraVd'-n- t npmjp-tlta- Iigw IMS, t"-- WtsLn. In ir and t'm lilm-lt "llod lUrwnKt lirrn wo dofiwAed In rrmr Mr. lintcm of ttw itfj'liJvd I'oIimwII .HtAn OH OviiJHiny, lil'ty r hou'd Jftvu which liu lw ckJ our Sprtnfjfl borai tlw IttckbaiW I JI Id unenultooaliy ciunllilioy for llwef-vot- n of o'tr fWit. "During prAmuilfB rier(lvrl t'ol.1 pniy- V(1 IHxon's dwUrutlun In J.J111 lnurtanrc. about tint . It uimi Ui.a tlie 0imt vw. inin.,iuiiLM ATMi.ir- - wn i of nfldM lrru-lt- t '''" ". many telegrams fnum tin oil tyln Unit iUw produc'irn Ins for tlw twtnJriUiin of ,. Ls Uia onVy irvwl ln luus AnJUrltt wv irnttd n tturo in 'iViorlty l wbkih it v. us .rilucwl Rhea Will Not Contest. lilm tint Mr. lrt M.-- Iit Is :oli- ff:r.i tliH o'ty liojw Frankfort, Ivy., Au. oU'a camUUiry tvmnty uti'w ,UlU Jwltn JUnft of ti.rovo 1iWi U for 1110 not c.n.11--- '. rwionuruiwon o. icnil lit hoVlU cfKJvxi '" i"tr.itiuin It. V. Tlirimw In Uta onoUln.ttlon.s W lvo "nuinl ilLitrlut. Stitu 'fruitsitror Tlvwi- Jiu.t Uio - "" ul""'. "ta bn.Uwr, IJ".Mr lllN.'.n JuLi b11 a h li ilkoly to 11 .IropiiJ. Tlio Jn In I1V7 ami tt o.-witli -- ArklMl tuvttlniiKO )t"nl0' nf tho u,'! M,ul t,'n mJ ucwvwtnlly." w, un'n.fiil L'in ijtiiui.t'r Ufrt-i'm- J1k--l- - U l ox.i.t tlwo.itit t (,u-- firnt-- r I.twus'-UhMIt- J cvv.ll.lU. for C.owriw.r of flnUJi.l nvur,j tx.tM tS-- wl Ui In tit- - mi- -. JlwichiwvtH'l" ry tUwatlon - !,- -. Sil.l .Mr. H'ha: xvouj.1 1ltB h lutwird-Ii- l. b" ul ll,e t, In tli to .tlw llepubM.iW. - Uio'fimmliW H tli IrvUwrt of puny wultirm, my brother .itH'.lm --Mr. itbjut nuuto it;, hto niln.l to lot I'lo oil .UV.rJbuitVr kitown bat lrp." l vtUnt In t'w L'nltM Sttltss. Il " ' 4n) Four HroUtrtV luHt?iyliiV- - Oil of V.nttTty, wlvlcli, for Un yw.iw. lui UfW IIUIlllTRY oomiKtol witli tlio Wiiml- itrd Ol foinp.iny In tlw wlvVil) flMil AT OWENSBORQ b'waii A'bany, N. V., wil IVnton. Mr. Illsir.i fUltt i:iltiil tbe Srwl-ar- J till Trust Is wltljmt ivtnt i.l Uian Tills ronwrkiU.'.- - run rvijtr l)piW.ilc mii vW J' u"uM iuil "' " t'lMiUi-,-- "f tlfi II'. nwltluT icinilblaU- U!.n "P"VM in- - I"lit'1-ia-- nt '"K (Uxowti li If Im Hlmii'U win by Stny r.tu-v.at llw H'Jn1 l""1' lllvn " llLIf IllllUulIll t ixf tr- of ilumtlan iul Company Will Is tlso it &ruvr Titory IntolM'l. lie n ItivjiU't of tbe InU'rlnt lttro-li.iufacturing lo:th fr i'M-;v- Engage in Manu- Tobaccos And Alatkotcrs' AsyMfcitlm of Ui Unlto.1 Pitat-- s. Mr. ILVwcn U ono Cigars. uf a The Owiviriboro luiUtnr tST: JLtnuffwtitrln Tlw lnditn Tolurn.-r',.L.ii-i'In J'.OI. Mr. H'"- - cvmivuiy has ImUml foir rimsord in tlio iffJ,r iintUAu Innarini-livJu.olork'ii c uptMkii Xruni ioron.il knnvjjrl.'nnunly evU ratine Its bosilnivw Tllio capital stook by MpiHiiriu ducuiii'intiirj to t'tke Uu Is i4x.'l.o.t Ji.OW, tllvklivl Jn,V W .1'iftro luul i" prop.s--v- of $100 ivwji. fl ty"ip to Ull lm.t lu knows. Mr. Tllj ln.corjiorutotis ant J. iM. V.uw'm, njvlo public last iv'altt t!i fttl'w 11'n.ryfcl. iJfJry, Jolvn lite, J. W. H'utMiiuit. Wtiflrr Itpy.Te, T!iooUr,o Ibxkiov' Uanlol, Ivvj 1. n.i', I know tlutt 1iti Jte ntjs tlu't ' Witfcar Atlcntnf AVU'u,m 8u,Uuir,lind, ajxiikj tlio truth prosecution of the trust t John II. Urtrry ami C. il. MuJon. Tlio tiuo jwaj bosun bsfoiv lij nomln:ttton. A-- KiSy cnriiorivUon is to bu utnJmitail by a ir.,ta.ry, as X?M Inws'iilMts tnoni filn ;nXli.'H preiliieivt, vico pneaVlwit, tuvl tt bojurd Jtal atprnvtolwil oiir pi it. Uvomwr, nvliltutin fur of live iHrwctiMii. TJw otfiMrs Jia.v ivt ATd woro tlictn s Hi-ja- 'i h w W ( il us yiit. bu,t iTolim If, xrowoulUni f Ui? urottp tlw Horry wii ba tlio iwxiWent jiiifl Uy,1U. a'or Uavoriitso calVl tlw JUy, vloa .president. Tiie board of dl. ta,t'. eowritmMt of Site UnltMl tho rootors olwitol .wlil wnifitn In (flfloo 'In tho oil flJlls anil tlinou-lutit- t TltBt tlti government, ffortf jriP(aplorD unrtUUio CJt iloniVy In July, I1U3. tho jWt i(a not Itcww-vql- t was iioiHlmiAcU In 1901, wai Tito fmcatlon aAftd, but it Is Ilka. K'ltUi-nlntltt ovhloiiioo luit wv bn ji nVflJiAU-latawly Liter iisul to fno Industry from tlw U' tiiftt tt wU b(in liust tv'ond All 4Jio iiwhlnosry, Hliitlji', Why wjn till utrnvit. grip fit KlmvOurd Oil. ate, Ivw lurohaM.vl, and by(pin In Staiylurd Oil poiitribullon Jiu. by nVek narly ptnt of ,thls wavk wrk wltV bu- orjti wJw In cis'i lastvl U".l irln tn.itiUUtijr It AVby iljl'l U not uppiur n tho Tho uvuwawniont of t(ha pjUlIt wi'J? 00 iuvfntiinu.t,u Iftuv Oil books? In W10 ili.uids of Jtlin IW. (l'i.'il"J ono onV wlUKNi 1 lno,l. n inUMivil' wimI vu in or itho HU.:uiyil'.rs wiii(i nil "I ,wai ii?r33tuil ropntonUiig tlw Buxinniiiurnit "' sliVorjibto icxiKirlvtvio In tho t,tniltn of tho United Slutos .luiijr ihofono tVruliliuid, tobuv, ini'tj itho uli'siil ivvtttilbutW to tho A iWion a tt& JiwaVm I finely If Jw Ml pofrVf s.ttvd fuul tlw uutublnnry M tnsttUud, U'Pb'JltUl fund. a wiwUl iiumlvr of .lifUTwti ,wllil bo put tho Jt,o w.'ui liojplntf iilfit 'lite of tho plant IkwI n Uwtowrk uivd Alio oantost fivoiuy lio luaa SUtttu of wJU bo livctvu'MYl train tlmo to tlnio pr,ivIilctify of tha Unltid us itlto biuhnvis justtfUis (it, AmreUvt. tho OaiiUJtny enigoffo ln 111o ' liave elvtto 11 PUT"I would lnw "boiMi iiroseuit In fc'iio Bwutto ulifi'.i-l- v liiiiiuituituiir.K if iKmokUuj arifl nlf.MV-In- if uiuff, to,Uii(.'o, cliTirs, claritts, tqst,lfyln;;. Ar,oHbo'd wvts wlf rot asKl iajbont tho and any and itll irolucts injto iwf null Wliy vuj lio ' Uiut ho Jwv baan tolwutui iny b' inanutjiuturl from iitriliuilofi .otluir Htjuto. Thoy wiUl ji'iw milUng to Senators for Jlw.flvp iw IU oMuittl a jnwluoi niarniU'.'turtd at whalosilo UT .iuilor to "Wliy illil ll'fy 0it ifiifV lilm to sip), and motuAl in Kwituvky, (tnd In a'l In tlio" Ultvd Htats riwro mlt )i4 JV'lvt1!10 fowtsji'iiiiU,iiV,' an Qtltar Jiviy find u ma,rkqt for Uto ;miiik off tho biuuili of rVrl- - Ww ootioru,Uoi ttur wlio lia,ve V Jruduts and )l,Vi (to do buslrvivsa. ard drfJlJuf tlw Mr noma, oi ha Vi?iltl Tlw jiroduitHt nf llw footry wlU la nwdiO, imordln to tlw Inwjut'oji of Mr, ."itati? , In wlwjl.as In to itfiiil Jalm 11. Him biwyjilvt Try WUdne thfl sick nut of u funoko or plww ) an rennoso and attfuck IVoJ,VB;i fl S-I i to prove Wilt Co), ltn m ivjilt' flMkui to pnxuil itistltft tlio Ktiunl-a-j- J Ui pll Co:nimy aittirUtifJ position tw nni )n t ll It-- n t-- gotn-nmMi- ,t f.n-r- !il ttlit-rln- lt-- , fr e ' .bi ("il-.roa- Wooflrow itrtitdofl, Aus. 25. Qimt firnMniV withat tlw University ered outajda of ConffreM H.t1. today, WUn to vlaw tlvo Umly pf W:o ktfe Oub, rjtiln frtwn a wwk I iq4vlty atvl pniwiitinK lor a ctntrviu(. wry Oonorial Wllllani Hwofli, jwliVli for two dasllnml bj liuvi? nfi rnpfnt.!it diya lias hion Ijilns In stsute. Tjlto body, on lill.i pryvfrknfin,! ptunpusn. however, had boion removed oi.r plsiit With V.lce QliiUrman ilp.Vilpo and flicm to Ilia Cineral'a prjtato room icid tlw Coin,mlt'T, H'3 liaK ,waa usd tor iuti rpgu'-pilirvpi'fon birs of t'w Utnip-ilisGovernor tomnrruw wlil nvip out tlw Army aarvlevs. nxj'Ji'yia of 0'iuitr wJwri In wflt tiAik Tlw building xvpe filVrt lo fts parp.oi.y ami a nhliik of u,ldross ,U31 b of 2,000 p,irons at eacli of tjw JJir'-'a;rn-on ujxn. arvic"3. Of Hi fjoral titbutes pHas ,vt'l for t'VK b:x1i? Uie platform, tlvoo of Quran Miatji'-from Ono candid wto hints t but 11 LTvr Alexandra ard Kinpsrpr Wp'i.'lijn Wite numb;r from WJl'lam J. Hop.ii, Jpnakar .ho most notal'. The UtJUnh o:vl forfl!iiUvii Chunp' Cjirk, Ootr eign flnt nnd itho ilpoornitcms pn th (wiwirmor Jlarn.ui o wii'u of tjti liitl Jiul no twr'ci riinovl W. UtlftrwKl, Ohio ;md Voa if TribuVo wor In fhe fl'tyl ftvm-?illut Ol'iw of pulplis In a'.C tfle d and ftCorj'M of m'niberj of Jjfilh llinutvi and Ih"in-v- t pJC th3 pu'li' nf tlw of Uonijrtv-fioliuroJi today. Ku'ailos also .ware TIkiw?Ii ,tji Uovxrn.or'is ilbn at jiirjt'jnt road in t'w OLtlio'io cjiurctep. In Is ito mtk li a number of tletwral itoot'i'fl Urthplarp, a of tho mono Important r.ltj!-- .s of t'w spic'aj hirvlea niu lrld ln Wis; jan c tuntry tlwsJ wi"cclif.s In iif (Mis Cr.iar.l W'hU-ltlw rialtatlonUt piUond-to bo a Mwlrur anourt l tlw (;lrik, or In hla jiouV.i. ttumplns tour, U In a lmitted that t'.w Hnteodtor Wol and IVtstor IVtUo of the uunpa,':ui my U'WSil-ta.t- u wIVl oftt-iatat tlw (unarm1, rorjmony phan.tw in tho jno,qium jiiiAPtod. In Olympla Hal1 Mr. Uryoii Iisls arnuitrsd lals nun will play "Handel s Ponty ImjiOLs Ssttomb-j-r to b s'.n about Dead lUtrch In Siiiij" arwl to this Ho il)H up ttk for Uie law. jvirt In tlw accomparimeni tlw Iwdy will )w tnkn Mtdliia AVfMt, b'lslnrtlrnr, it Is flild. into the liall by a procession of Sa In Wltcorfln, v1t40nUu In Nobraku ;md of it'd ranks and of both Northj and y iiMi 1 ikoii, S'xes.itCttrtns tlw Xlass of tlio pafiona Mlnnewtu, OnisOT, Uitrth, AlUiurl, they r jircstnt. Tlie fltg unfur'td. fy IIHniots and Oltlo. In tlo. States, Gatiavii Ilqoth on ilounj Oa'Aiary also fltunxpln Mr. Bry.an will make bljr will be t'iiirs, but ho a'lv) .will dovote as tniuuh In Abn'y Park Censtery the sir- of the vlcejwtll nortMt of prayians, nldiws thiv as possible to States MlssUMitpl Itlvovr. oom- JIVis Eva Iooth, anil aongis. .WJjl'io Mr. llryan Is concentrating on mtuvlar of tlw Army ln itlie United tho Northwest and tlw Xllddli West, States, will fpeak, an,l Hramwotl Banth SpxakiT Clark wi'l tour (the Stutltwost. wljl rfnd .the commltnient sawlc,3. Aftr his Uirvo nwifhta in llahw noxt One liundned and titty tHouimd per. Urcwurl, sons visltud OongTCfa wl'J procx,d to week; lie Iall Friday and CoVrado, Now iMsxItio, Arizona and tlw two days tits bpdy wis to?Clalforn'a. Tlt Canvpalsn Commit-to- o tying In slate. i'iiP.t was to have Spofikar Cif k vlilt Loophole in Whiskey Act. those States In which lie thought Iv ooukI ,bo of the most vsUue. He Has FmanKfort, Ky., Aug. 16. iGnlsf pama uhoon, tilvcretorej lltose foiulltica which to tlw liMtrts of tlw tqmipTiajvom piopVe supiytrtcid lilm ut tho Ua'ithmurM caavoii-tlot- u and a carrcspondlna jfxy to the when It w discotTerd txJy Iltviraent,iUi Urtderwoiod ,tin HPtk that the principal clauso In Hlw for tlw most iwt in Um Xktst, and an,UboaU(ir&lnff tii'il had bcrm loW out probaiy J11 dbcuss clvWf'y the tnrlff. wDlUtf ibelns ennol'td T,lw rlriVd bill Tt.iv Democratic HousiO leader has provide a lwp.vy R5naj!o' fior punohfKSlnR Uprja'ittatlva Uurlfflso,n, of proQurlng or diUverlaj ntioxlcfiiUnsr Tixits, oliflAmian of itilio jipoaker'A bureau liquors in looal OiPtlon tarrlitory. that ho wlithes .to rest until' the end Bxcli p'kiue ln tlw onroj,ll btl, of Httamibor, but will tjicm ss&n p3tlvi9i 4n tlw caption anJ tlift exiaraptlon work. He vvlll niukie p. number of oonvmon carriers doting ion intor-stat- o "dettviery" of siKwJwvs in New Yprk Sta,te, New Ward business, .tlw Joraoy, DVaiie, ,Coanttout and was omltte,d.. In tlw nr!dW.tory fftiuro tlw words 'lor to iVitaiar to aniotttlwr" 0v. Harmon, pf 01l0, vAM tpfak In wvtie loft otu, pnatctlica'to" invtaUOui'Sfix th the AUiblio West, nnd Gov. Koss, r.f act. Mossjhusutts, who is Cftinpalrjinjr In Dr. N. A. PaTmer, Binparlretctvl0?' ot t.V.o, Viarntont no,w for tho national t,isk, tlw in tltfs o sa'jd tlutt tlw omls-sltuwill fl'--l a number of onsrasant (Ma of tlw ward i(teniia-al- , of New llnjrlaivd as wtllj (tvrd-liii- g "d.'lllry' must liavo to iv.aauiiit iluus. and tlw t",mtt3rance orgwtla.V.t'lon In tlw stato wlfl denwnd an livicpitlsi-tl'jDistillery Slop Barrels. Siivitnr Kijttt will bo riojlttol Uij 26. War wISIIho iwxtsl Tnd tlw coiPyM of tlw Mil wl Hnankfurt, lAiiff. and tlw nanto iIvt-- put to XUH and b"tw coiiimlpalon by tlJ ' on all ilMVUcm ux'ng the rlvexii ns tho puhi'dc. mop lunn.Us fur itiltolr illstHIiqrU. It h Horse For Sale. .Wtat jtHo n'op ct'tinvyl by ,tho q(tnintlH.-JcFor sale eood a.'vldlio JWr, la wry Injurious to Om ilth as )jt ots Wo,rk any M'ace. hanila lUh. Alo litto tbelr iillU and utonvullis and Ntw 1.-J- ov. bc-ufo d l'ri"it r !aat Raturd.iy In August tuul fix a prlco on ,lho t'batiw and ejjt pna of Uicir nuntbir to oitinrl a m'inj'y tnTl'lnw jf tltolr county vHare an nvarao of tho schoiil dlstrlot pnijs mi a J bo Jiifiio, and oni of thMo dal gdXrs t1wjtfl to jtako tlw avjraso jrtw to a to hflVl In Owcftbom, JCy., iwlirfo an ivcr OI3 of tlio oountlcs ftha'J be fnimd ,and aH atenia slajl bo the prioa Jncjow wlilcji no oomniltitoe lm, htvo ipower ,ti make a aat'o poxocpt RUbaot fp (tlw ratification of tho pooler., , In aooonl wl'jli tlw llarMisqlni!; rii'i'i-tlo- n we Ivercby cafc! for ujl Mllo Jiavo pooled with tlw A. S. of R ind Homo warohouse Co., to nwet iu .halr aqlioo,;, housevs at ono o'ldouk on Saturday Aug. 31, and sat pnlco pn (their tobacco as .provided tn tlw toTisoitic resolution, and further ca'.l for tho dojcigatea from these ini'ietlnigi cunveno at .Uie SMvqnai county scaiU at one on Monnlay ScpVimeir 2 fnd d to 8!t an averagie prlioo jrm reports from the school .dlstfliotits and fur.thtir that Ww daVigatea fnom the aavenal countlris moot on Owniboro on 5 and proceed ,t,o (Ox a Thuraday price on the .tobunpo iqf ithe Diitriit a? provHol by the iorTgo'injr raTutrton. J. B. HOLLAND, UUrtrlat ,Prpi. S. U. ItOBEttTSON, qcT9ta(ry. j ,pro-oe- 8TUMPC0UNTRY Will Fill Only iiUMii-' a Few i' Im- portant Dates. ii!irf Says He Will Talk Politics Oily If Delegations Call on Him. IJ.-p- st y m?i,'i-llJio- . i d , oxl?-vn:le- I i ltln-orxr- y, '. Woslvlnffiton, Aug. 25. P,neaidon,t Taft'a pliius far leaving' Wahhu;tpn were as In, i3 finite as JUiojw of far adjournment. iWiti Ijlw GenDeficiency tUS. s'Jti pefidingr In eral bath Kauses it la lmpoaablo Dor hl'.n to at away a'.tltough tils fnieida that the President Is oaxitqus to 50 north and enjoy the rest and fnaiusljn of Boven'cy for a few iweeks. The President did ivot est to bci in tlw .White House until cftply today and cansjuuenty mLssejd liiji usual Sunday mornilng ohur,ch sqrvilce. Ho remained in the White Houan until Taft Gives lip Fight. lato thila oftorpoon an,d tlvcn look a 23. FrcNflinnt long Springfield, Mass., ,V-motor ride about iW(vli,lnist0n' Taft l,n a spi?icli from tlw rcftr platubtirba. , form of 3il. prt(tte ir hire tolay, Hla on'y caller durtrig itlno rtty wi t'.at he did not Inttoryd to pakii Sonator Crane of AIaaii(ahosxtte. Ho any furthoer ivmt In aatlve poiiiliH. oxprxs,id the. hops that Gon;,'rt-wou'd "I am not hqno ito nttk;3 u iKt'iltilical sove Its dlfflculU'-- a in timio tp " niM th PraioVmit. ''1 iu.vo Ida dciparturo far U3v;rlcy tonwrro-.gjtn tliat up. I biliov.a tfmit 6'nro nis,ht.i aro oni3 po.liUas going, but I am not If ho finds tt lmpaIbto to Ifjavo solng to taj) part In tlicjn. So far 113 then he probahly wl'd not gn north I am concerned, you wii'l have io anako from Washington but wild Journey tp up your mlndp wfttliout Hearing me BqvqrVy by way of Gounbiua, Ohl further. I am on u iVilp to my awn whno Iw has on ongas'jnMut TJtursJay. Statie .to colubraite ami Itumtrcfl yni)s Ewon itlts Columbus engUKFfmnint niulo of i7tUieiil jlfe, pnd I Haie wimnlihiln many months ago, ,wl'-- l bo pinfti'lrd if to my to tlw mP,lo of Ohio an tliat Congress .remains in snton unSU Vtfa subyot but not on pf'jiqs." , W&lnaday night Con-gress kn' St. spe-ch,- v -- and tilie itl out-Hld- n dliac vt mt theitn. Siivioral dlstll'ivg caH-iolt- nedrVT, PuIpJw,1iIa1i U'iii(t,s .wihlWi dnliis fiatp out tlw - ll 111 liakd mid notd, and will Haw to clUif.T In. stal fiqdrycrs or find hjiuj q'Jwr moans ,rkl of Alto soup. of Tlw oommbs'lon Ivis about decldtnl io ak tho naxt geaara,l asJinbly to uwtul ttw niiW so as to er,mlt flslwrmnn to use a tlveJucli aolno, wlhMt will hold tlw big fili ott,d pnrmlt tlw lldtX) pu?a to oacups, U tilfin tlw fllitl!Xe,riJ !t Notice" No. KO wilt itnecit In rtASU'ur uesslcxn VViUay nWht Aus:. 30. itvnt)tra that hittio not tuncd the to. Ibw-o- o uru urtftYl to bJ rositit an,J Sltfll IUIW. U D. TICHENOU, Pnt MMl,V,IN I4AUI.U, Sc0'ys , Oll-tw- Joi 1WU IiTHwl Itt-rry- t, Uiua .of ovuryoiw otvla.bJI3i cltailf In tluut U to tl tlye fn)ia wikqliwii ', dfStnoy.Uis ita ftleotUip prop- - n,lvr. arU vaqatlon atep .willl bo pastjponiod., Tlw Kasjldfrret itotd frtnds who itailkod PRODIGAL WITH Wil:h him ea,r,'iy today" tlimt'J'ib to kejup on,ly a fe.w Impor.tajnt (insaox'-ntaniCOUNTRY'S COIN aftqr icavln Waqltinigtpn. 110 made it clar tliat ho does not intend to cmtor into a stum,p(lng cp,tntUn Democratic Congress Spends of any aor.t. He brieves ilwut w has bot?i More Than One Controlled and lyts decided to iniaW savoraj po'ltlcal speep,hi b:fpro tlw By Republicans. awotton. His trWtda w,eg-to'Mthait ho wpulcf do pnac,ttca.ly no (talkilng an poiUc.il Washington, Aug. 20. Qongirivw pjoa.-subiqqts unless Republican, organizasoaalan today but anather tions visit htm at Bever.'iy or unleis the exaot total of Vh.o iNiajtlon's "ccfji of any of his engagiamenrta (turni4 pj nlvlrig" vftrlea as it I3 seen ihroiugh Into political gaUtorngs. , yes., Ri"HUbilcoji and Jenw-"rai'ftThe itatal ctpproprkullcfis far cftio fim BEAVER DAM year 1913, .witlcli hegam Ju(y 1, 1911. Mm. W. M. Wrihtt of Louisville, amount V il,018.63S,H3.66 as HlvTi to Is aitikre prirwita, fiir. and Mrs. the Senate and House itoctiy by BJnpitor 0mx ttVns. , Warnen and llopnoaeinita,'ftMe Fltasqrald, Miff iMry Stewart, wpio Jia baen at. reapqotuveiy itho cMlmrwin of tlw tw;J tending sqfioa'i in Cincinnati, has re, j appropriation oommitteea. turn id to home. It is conceded by nojtb. of tjlytia M'as SalH--i Lawireniqe, pf Nw Oifep,ns, leidera that (thle la 7jOI6,OQO itss tlvui La., la visiting tor alatef, filUu. A. the NaUon'a hudsot of 1902, , but 11 remained tor former SpfiakBr Ckuninon, Miss A ma il. lllr iea.vns today for In ,bejl:a!T of tho Itapublluaii forcaa of Caihioiun, Ky., where alw gofls tp fiW-tlw Haaao, to produce tligunca to s)'iow music. that tlw iprciaenit VriavoarfilUla ponep'!)3 Tihe Bjiptlst pr,c,tnutt,ed nitlnK (a appropmUKtwl more ior now in prognoas. liad oqtuaAiy Qoo1 alnglajf, good eencra1. purposca than fVfl itnie (prw'W preri(Ohlns and good bright prospaqt for Republican Oomgrosa. a good mating. Itipxejntatlvfl Cannon do(d"airesd that Ir. and Mrs. R. B. Uiwfl, of HQwTlnjr out of tlw genorail' totai"(li(0iujl be fftk.cn Oraan, ICy., oro visltln,g Mrs. LuiWJ'a a'l exjxindltur's made .ljo,r (the lutama panen.ta, Mr. arvd Mrs. J. A. TI,qlien(or. Cana', Willi suoh deductions, Ire tttll ilr. W. T. Kittonger, at Morganttowrn, the total appronrjatioiiB for 19JA wpuVl Ky., spoilt tlio day hejio Sunday. . bj J590,(B6.12I, as pompa,rid Wiith 'a tut.tl lr. J. W. WllUums thas nosnod Ills apprAPria,ttd for goaor.tl position as bwkkecpr for Uroadwa of !Uil,t22,8&l purrpats Aast year. Coal .Mining Qo and acpoiptfd a. pcui'ln I'rj.yllqUong (thai tlw OpvernnKVlt ,wp,uld at IXutleil Boone, Ky. a lirntvy deficit at ,Uw end of thi Miss Aitdra UniMtt, pf OnjiJavJ'i'jj, year vno mada both by Slon. Warren Ky., ,was tlw uiwt of Mrs. J. p. wlj-llaand au.'preaelnifi,Uv) Cannon. and family Tost wek. Senator Warren iatd Prosidoeit Tift Miasms Anna ,Harni, Datut Qulnn and and Ills ca,binet hod uanefu'Jy rqduco.1 Betalo A". ford; SIeair3. Riga? llxmfUd, os,tlntaitC4 itiQ tltf itowrMt flgurs. bugsy and liarness. Cltnoip (pnlios. F.rank and Jtaraltall Jiarneis sjtont tho U ,Tha Oippropnlatlons antuajly made urn day at tlw Oil Wells Sunday. JOHN UOUCII, 1 mllo north more than 611100,000 less than Itiw of Uawr JJatn. MU Orpin Stovtins entiintalnod tho adora iU. Waman'a Iiitvnury ond tlw Itejiub'can C;ub feist Friday Notice to Growers of Greea River c'uro it will bo Inuwatbie tor tlw evening. Tlw out of town guaats wor Goveronv.nt ognwicloa to koep willli Mlj-- i Winona Stuvons. Hantfand, 'Anna District. Alen Jti'jpln, Jfffuraon)town. Ky., Ky., Aug. 2ti, 1312. Vt tlw them. Calhoun, Duke, Hartfund, Miss Uresory, Louis. July District Convention A. S. uf II- Sold His Stock by Advertising in V'lV) and Hiss Andiu lV?nni'.tj, of Oivcn-villKy., tlw (ojlo,wliig In Irdsvlj'e, The Republican. roiofu,Vlon wu adoptodj Vlst, WJiwtias It ilr. Prank Barnes and nUter, MI Is a Xaut unasaailjwb'o tlia,t ,t,ho man who The faUowflrg is tlw uo,py of a ktter visiting In pnoduces an ontlclo Is Uie only nutn wl recPilved by us and conoorus our tjtr Aaima und lltt'w WiVo;.ni Loulnvlie tills Vcuk. l right to Ux a price tlwrcon: las un Mvortlslns Jnsdtum. Has ;ti Uwroifore, bo Vt thut tlw fjoj'on- - Dunde, Ky., Aug., 21, un. .j......' Farmers Attentlos. lug in itliud Ho purau I In fixing tlw pim Ilar.tford Itiublkin, IlniittiinJ, K'j my ulvKir,Uso,meint. sAl irartloa jntowted In llw on.xV.ion PUyiao divontdnuo on this yeara crop of tqbacifio; TUtat 11 to,b.i.oxM warvlifluao at Qqntntio,vir call bo indued by tlvo District Ona,lriinin I have sold a'J Uir9 at tny IUnwlilra of a arp ntviuiattd to moet at C. (V. p. Ovw. for a mooting of a"1! tUnntora .wjw uivo . boar pvga and tlw iti'as wnire all duo ton'a utoiw, Cente.rtQwn, Bat,urdn,). Aug, Itoocd juiejir tobacco W)iw ifia a. b. o to a,'lveintldVg in Tlw KptAb I'.'an. 31, a.t 8 p. m. , , Yourja .truly. a mart 13. and Homo Waroliouae Co., (W. S. DRAN. , J. M. ROS, jCHViV". in tlwlr ndcotlw ichoolThqusiis 'an tlio , oiju-Ydsd ts d bll'clon-d0'.;ajr "boot-I'SBor- Prpat'S hr ir ex-oe- pt Anti-Salo- is lan n. . lllt o. !;! u roiod ' ' ' AGM ND EDUCATIONAL iTMiiiiTTrniMiinniinni imiior a onuL 1 1 unn &UUUL nuiut I X lJ!ras?!lEl EHMflM&nStlffflsK ?initearr,- -, wsaw ON SATURDAY, 1 HHBSVmjHH ?5rsFift jvShHHMIIHa BvmnMiaBiiiiiiH . i.. i iwj"f$iir,wn JW i!jr..U'.?i I I nnmnn HMIIMi h lilll SiVjuuH l mmr4 iiilW $ ' rf.uAHTri:vri.KaMllnr!B TW T IHHH HB "rTiMM H HTVfl fS iJjkl ti J vSL'J hiTirl ro'iTjn ffl euHu iHhI IsaiM BBI SwiS rsMBUelBcnB HHHhm BTm HH HraHH rtH " ffroiiG flH HH HHHA VH. rirMPmiBSM H Ff5fellS".f?ra iMhhhhhV A H Era ysjgjBI hh Hm IhV lffYT MkMB aaiKn vSSihsw iks Jt!1 jfrftBa mu ;!m1 fi.J ihh tfin H HTWh H nB tHH HH m rH v 9vjICxnR EMFsi vV 1 Kvv ,10 Hl v v v B 1 M M lUMnanM - Dr. Fred Mutchler, of Bowling Green, State Normallnstructor, and Supt. Henry Leach, will deliver a series of interesting lectures on Education and Agriculture. Ozna Shultz and a number of other leading educators have promised their assistance. The Ohio County Board of Education, the faculties of the High Schools, every teacher and their friends and everybody interested in the cause of education, is invited to be with us and partake of the grand intellectual feast prepared for the occasion. A lunch will be prepared in the homes and served at the school house by the school patrons. Ice cream will be served in the school house by the young ladies, and refreshments served by the young men in the beautiful grove in front of the school building. The entire day from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. will be used in alternate speech making and partaking of refreshments. The ice cream parlor and refreshment stands will close and you cannot purchase anything at any price while there is a speaker on the stand. Everything in our power will be done to make this one of the grandest intellectual feasts, and one of the hardest strokes ever hit in the cause of education in Ohio county. Are you with us? If so prove your faith by your works. Give us your presence and we will make this a day worth while to the cause it represents. t Every Cent of the Proceeds Will Be Used to 4 Further the Ceruse of Education. ! I T The Shultztown Will offer to DBDHiaHHHMMD Live Stock Association! Forget Your Drinking Cnps! f the highest bidder a few Duroc Gilts, a male or two and a few bred sows duo n farrow in October. You will fall in love with this stock when you see it and get the breed i no: (Bring Your Children and Don't PUPILS, PATRONS, TEACHER AND TRUSTEE OF SHULTZTOWN SCHOOL, MANAGERS. rffrv" ere (l Inrtfe of these nr.li?p7 livrm, litimcf: are due to the i.Incm of tl.e wife, mother or daughter. The feeling o( , ficrvnusnc-stthe hefiuU!rd mind, the the pale on d wrinkled face, hollow nnd circled lyes, tcmiH rr.oM often from thoie disorders peculiar to women. For the woman to he happy end flic must naturally linvc good health. IJn(iri.down feeling, liyitrria, or constantly returning pnins and t(.o Krcnt a drain upon n woman's vitality and strength. Dr. Fierce' Favorite I'rcfcriptirn mtorco weak nnd nek women to sound health by rcgi luting ond correcting the locsl dinrdcrs which are generally responsible for tho uLove dittrcm'ng tymptomk. 1 nilTiml for n tromlifr of yrnni "m for the nut three yrnrc wn m luul that Ilfn wnn a mi' cry to ro" writes Mim. It. K. of lltlcn, Cllilo, Hwutt 4. "Thi diKtom told inc 1 wouM hnc to I would cvtr lw A yenr iipo thh winter ro to a hwpitiil At racli rwrlod I uHtrol a mid wring I was wunu tfinn I wn mi tind for I In ti.rmrnt, of fix clillln-n- . enr the mother five motithn thnt 1 knew M'mrthlr.E mut lw done1, wi I wroto to Dr. K. V. 1'irrct, tclllnir him i rrnrljr n I could how I mttfcrril. Ilo outlinnl a took twolmttlcfc icufw of tt.ilmnt which 1 followed to tho Idler. IDlfcovcry ami a of rovf.ntr I'roKriiitioi nnd one of 'ISoMenMnliral and have never mlTrnii much tlnce, Willie nf T,inart-Wl- ,' I wlh I eiwld tell wry rufTcrini? woman tho world over whnt a ton Ilr. 1'ieret'n mMlelnia are. There In no uo waiting tine and money iluctorine with unythir.u tltc or any one else." The Medical Admer by R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. VM amwtrs hosts of delicate question about which tvery woman, idnfle or married ought to know. Sent re' receipt of ol ttcinpi to pay for wrapping and mailing om; Mr, biccuvtik tf hot-fkl.cirht-J-are 111 n-' fifty-cet-- HAPPY TMO MARRIED? Thtre but percentile nnhnrrv rrntrird SIX BIG DAYS; SIX BIG NIGHTS Sept, 9-1- JUDGING CONTEST BY FARMER BOYS. i Condensed Statement of Condition -- This Will Be n Week of 8ept. Stnte Fair feature 4. OF TMK 4 4 a Big Week it R, Kentucky State Fair. FIXED, SPECIAL OCCASIONS Certain Data 8at Apart For Memb.ra of Various Fraternal Organizations and Othar Sociaties and Their Friends Th. List a. Arranged by the Committee In Charge. Willie every day during the week of the Stnte Fair, Sept will be one ou which the people of Kentucky nnd lhav surrounding gtittes will be given the glnd bund by the nmiMKement, Hoc ret ii ry James L. Dent, In keeping with past custom, him set npart each day and night ns special ones on which rcHidenta of certain sections, members of vnrlons fraternal and secret Hocle-tie- s and their friends can attend the Fair and feel more at home on account of such association. Kred W. Kelnker, an orlgltml Stnte y Fair booster, has been nnmed by Dent as general chairman of the ftpecial days and nights committee, and he bus associated with him ns special chnlrmaii for each day and night well known business and professional men, guaranteeing that those who at tend the Fair on any of the special days or nights us n compliment to the various organizations will be well cared for. Following Is the list of special dnys nnd nights ns arranged for by Secretary Dent and Chairman Kelskcr: MONDAY, SKIT. 9. Sec-retnr- JAMES & CO., First Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican The Republican The Rkptblican 'The Republican The Republican The Republican The republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Louisville Herald and and St. Louis and Home and Farm Courier-Journal Globe-Democrat andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInquirer fl.35 1.50 1.75 With n view of further encouragement to the farmer boys of Kentucky to gain a sclent lie knowledge of agriculture the State I'nlr management tins ngaln this year made arrange ments for a renewal of the students' Judging contest, which has proved so popular lu the past, nnd a pchol.nrshlp in the agricultural college of the Stnte university, carrying with It $100 in cash, will lie offered for the best Judge of several classes. The content will consist of rings for horses, cnttle, sheep nnd swine exhibited nt the Stnte Fair, nnd written statements are to be presented by each contestant setting forth his rensons for the decisions reached by him. The contest this yenr will be under the personal supervision of Professor J. J, Hooper, professor of nnlmal husbandry of the Kentucky Stnte university, nt Lexington, and it is his purpose to devote much of his time from now until tliednte of the I'nlr In working up interest among the farmer boys of the stnte in the event Innsmucb as the farmer boys of Kentucky are proud of their ability to correctly Judge n horse or other farm nnlmal, much Interest Is always manifested In this contest, nnd ns mnny applications for entry blanks have been received by Secretary Dent this year It is expected that keen rivalry will exist among several hundred young men and boys the week of the Fair, Sept Any boy who wishes to enter tlie contest can secure an application blank by applying to J. L. Deut, secretary of the Stnte Fair, room 320 Paul Jones building. Louisville, nnd all information relative to the contest will be forwarded to the applicant with the entry blank. I Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close of Business June 29, 1912. .7! I RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.$197,018.36 Cash in Safe 11,948.43 Cash in Other Banks. 52.803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 Overdrafts 540,33 Real Estate.Furniture LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Dividend No. 30 $25,000.00 27,822.10 1,250.00 227,742.54 Deposits and.Pixtures Total 2,000.00 $281,814.64 Total $281,814.64 The Only Bank In the County on the Honor Roll. Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARNARD, President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. GSvwvvfrssss4,qrssrass; AUTOMOBILE TRANSFER i, K. 1.50 1.75 3.50 and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 ana uany uwensooro inquirer O.'boro Messenger 1.75 and 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Twice-a-Wee- k Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. day educutlonal school children's day. Professor liarksdate Ilumlett, chairman. Professor K. O. Holland, vlco chairman. TUKSDAY, 8EPT. 10. Farmers' dny good roads day. H. A. Summers, Ellzabethtown, Ky., chairman. Charles E. Barker, Pembroke. Ky., vice chulrmun. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. It Louisville day Indiana day. W. O. Head, major of Louisville, chairman. Adam Helmberger, New Albany, Ind., chairman. THURSDAY. SEPT. 12. All Kentucky day press day. E. D. Shlmilck, Shelbyvllle, Ky., president of the Kentucky Press association, chairman. FRIDAY, SEPT. 11 Fraternal day. D. II. Klncheloe. Mudlsonvllle, Ky., chairman. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER It Boosteis' day. v IX E O. Rose, chairman. Governor's . MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS. From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return To B. Featured at Sept Stat. Fair, Weak of 4. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And The Midway attractions to be featured at the State Fair this year will be far and above the average, as it Is the puriKise of the management to provide only the best for the patrons of the Kentucky Institution. In order to enrry out such au arrangement Secretary J. L. Dent will visit the shows two weeks before the date of the Kentucky State Fair, which Is the week of nud make a personal InspecSept tion with a view of eliminating nny aud all unattractive or freak features. The shows engaged for the Fulr are the Muzeppo and United Shows combined, a ud this nume In itself is sufficient, to guuruntee n high class and clean Hue of attractions, but to make it doubly sure Secretary Deut has plnuned tbe personal Inspection to sat" is fy"Jiripself. It Is 'the purpose of the' "special NiaiiTs. management to provide such a line of Charles B. Norton, general chairman. sideshows thnt parents can let their MONDAY, SEPT. 9. Woman's clubs night Mrs. Charles P. children visit tht shows dny and night Weaver, chairman. without the attendance of older memThe Times night R. W. Brown, chair- bers of the family. man. In order to further carry out this feaTUESDAY, SEPT. 10. n night ture of the program tbe management Louts chairman. has contracted with a number of well The Anzelger night IL V. Cohn, chair- known Keutuckinns to be stationed man. both on the Inside and outside of each WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 1L night W. J. O'Hearn. of the Midway attractions during tbe chairman. week to look after the welfare of tbe The Herald night W. K. McKay, putrous aud to see that nothing is suld or done that would in tbe least offend THURSDAY. SEPT. 12. nel Military J. Tandy Ellis, tbe eye or ear of any person .within chairman. tbe luciosure. German-AmericaSeel-bac- h, night-Colo- Splendid car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. COOPER &, CO. Hartford, Ky. VVSSS&SSrSXVSrVraVVVS BIO DAYS 9 e ...SEPTEMBER... .AT THE. If n,""' 9, 10, 1 1. 12, 13, 14, 19-1- 2 Kentucky State Fair LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED Daily Races Courier-Journ- al night Harrison R, Rob- Free AttractionsClean Midway other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican ertson, chairman. FRIDAY, SEPT. IX Business men's night Major John IL Leathers, chairman. The Post night Boyle a. Boyle, chairman. SATURDAY, SEPT. 14. Boosters' and farewell night Dr. Ben L. Bruner, chairman. BAD When FOR Non-fatt- y THE STOMACH. Foods UBERATTS BAND Farmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES Ar. Intimately GREATEST IN HISTORY. 4, Job Department. "Cardui Cured Me For nearly ten years, at different times, 'Mrs. Mary Jinks of Treadway, Term., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, 1 took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui .had helped so many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui saved my lifel Now, 1 can do anything." Cardui Th WomaiftTonic or suffer from any of If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, feelings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow- n or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. 1 It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cart!;:!. cftcr-effccts. Tenth Annual State Fair, Sept Will Mark an Epoch. With the greatest nrray of exhibits in live stock us well as of all other products of which the state Is famous already guaranteed for the Kentucky Stnte Fair this yenr, it Is the prediction of those in charge of the urrunge-meutthnt the exhibition to be held inclusive, the week of Sept will bo the biggest and best ever seeu iu the south or middle west and that It will mark an epoch lu tho history of agricultural and live stock exhibitions. Not since the Keutucky Stnte Fulr was Inaugurated ten years ugo has tho same amount of Interest been shown In the event as that being taken this year by the ollkiuls and the public spirited citizens of the state. Insuring the greatest Fair, from au artistic aud display standpoint at least, in the history of the association. One of the most Important Improvements will be that of the enlarged grand stand, which, when completed the latter part of August, will be twice the size of the stuud that has beeu used to accommodate the crowds the past four years. The new udditiou to the stand will be of the sume concrete construction uh the part now standing, aud when completed the stand will bare a seating capacity of S.000 people. Martyrdom of A peculiar nnd barburlc marriage custom of the Kabyle women of Africa consist, in the martyrdom of the bride, who, clad in her wedding finery, stands through an entire morulng against a pillar In the village square, ber eyes closed, ber arms pressed to. ber sides Mixed With Grease. The stomach never has tbe least power of digesting true fut. This is disposed of lu the Intestines. When eaten iu tbe ordinary forms, as fat meat, butter, etc., the fat separates out iu the stomach aud docs uot In the least Interfere with the work of tbe gnstrlc Juice ou the other food, but when a food has beeu Intimately mix. ed with grease the hitler prevents tbe gastric juice getting ut tbe food It could digest Fish fried In oil or butter Is by no means' tbe most marked example, as the fat does not penetrate very deeply. Potatoes uiashttd with butter are rather worse, and minced vegetables fried with butter ui bad offenders. Tbe reason advanced explains why pork Is dltllcult of digestion. Tbe muscular fibers are mixed up with fat cells, and by tbe liberation of tbe oil lu each tluy cell the eaten pork is made Into an oily paste. A very strong stomach will do the work required, but It Is not a fair task to impose frequently, uud a weak stomach will refuse to do anything beyond reminding Its owner by a few stabs that It will uot stand such treatment-Exchan- ge. uou-fntty It 320 PAUL JONES BUILDING For Information, Entry Blank. Catalogue, Address J. U. DENT. SECY. LOUISVILLE. KY i Hiffl Mn SEIiSjt&sJlli i1 vmmNmmLM METALLIC wmrmRm-m vVialLLHliSiMHK? VlJCLAjBBBBBBBBBujBBBBBBBBa.'' .. A ' ,WMV:HBnVNv.t;.As : 'sbLsIbbbbIbW. ' bbbbbbbbbbKLHpIbbbBK'' ARTRIDGES JOOOI IO Tie Reralnfton Cba ktsg up a new ibooiiag leceta V Oil Gymnasium Training. th. Iride. Writtto: Udln'AdvUorjrDept.ClttttMOOMMtdlcujtCo.. ChaiUnooii. Trra., book, "Horn Tttaf fntjor Wtmcn," at bee. J M far SHtlattoHnctbu. aad M-p- ik and with ouly the narrow base of the column for a foothold, the while a ring of villagers criticise and comment od her appearance. Argonaut ful effort ou tbe part of tbe beglnuer is ufteu performed almost without any effort at all after a certain uuiouut of training has beeu received. Again. It Is perfectly well known that brute strength alone does not make a gymnast and that, even a simple exercise may offer great difficulty to a muscular and well developed Individual who has not been trained In the gymnasium. The explanation for this is made la an article by Professor Dubois Iteymoud lu Die Uaisbau, who poluta out that one of the essential functions of gymuaslum work Is not io much to build up muscle as to train oerres.aud nerve groups to work In proper vshwa and that an exercise which calls for Kvery person who has received gymnasium training Is aware of tbe fact pain- More Their Use Guarantees the Life the Continued Accuracy of your Arm. 50 years of cartrldftjC-aMkla- g 96 years of have taught us To make cartridges ooted for strslftit-shootin- g sure-fir- e. To attain AMM.sitfes) cecuruy without impairing fss To mske for each kind of arm the and to cartridge it requires to ass its . keep iMooling its cartridge specially made There is a J?mi7itfo-fMlor your nne year pisioi. every lumninarumi, cartridge is tested ia the arm, for whieb it is made. JurUuarsateeisBesma fnese cartridges aaa Bemad ay stsndard arm, to the full extMt of the maker's owat guarantee, wkea these cartridges are. awed. Shoot the cartridges that shoot strafes:: Shoot w cartridges twit keep your gua ihoetlagt stwiglit flhoa " ' a' JtanMffeM'tVJBfC cartridge. Aras-Ua- toa Metallic CarirUfr Co. eaeimtt gun-makihard-hittiafi C v HMfokOtr Call on The Hartford Republican for ' '! joo ' rnniinc rine if? ' ' im ' .Au- -, ,i. H it iv lX .! x.. - ks-- 2tmi& &!,, "noray, iM elv!wit, in Jtls p,rW'nt sirs: and wesik condition. Meyi who sjind tor IVrflTtwrtc ,t(n.nn!jiis twwl Juinoiiy M fintwrwl nminllriK to ln nt the I'ostnfflrr poH'Ica.' mivflflun arc mt to be focd HaHIotiI. Kj., ti mnll tnnttff ul tlie socontl eMU Is move. Hartford Republican. BULL MOOSE MEETING EXPENSES IS SMALL ft Jtt'c irnrc f.1 nn Mx mon,t,hs of D'ni-- o ruje l'i K Miir ky Jifis brought Statement Shows They Cost Less EDITORS WnAe to Janktujite'., and It is re- to Than Any Other HAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER tl at tlie LelA'nturc As to 1011- itt PROPRIETORS. PUBLISHERS AND eno )n tvxtni vwi to ral' the Via to rwnlde for Uic m.jiTlof iijw to offlo w, Irorctix In otJi'rs nnd lo jiy AMram all communication p"ns'ons to Conferl ijito foldVirs proxtd I Hartford Republican. Chicnco, Awr. ST. ta'irao W. N'.it, for Jiy Ui9 .U't njoiin. Jt I evident trwiure'r of the l'revnrANlvn) Coivn-tlon- , tf i c ftU'Cmorj' ndmWi'tta'ion i to reArr.ingciii"nt Ciimltt-- ( NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 'nn peat JiJitoiy and iwrob- r.ate fveT1,Uilii5 gnlwribrr tlrrlrtOR the iinptrwiit to n tirw made pub'Ic a Mtatpnvnt of ryotip's pnot'M'd for It durlru the campaign mldmw must site tlie cild nddrets In milking the and illsburs ment fur the ixiitt I'm. ja-- t faV. One prediction iw,hlch has rro,urat. greIvo Natloniil ConiTn'Aon In Amrun', HI not be returned Unsolicited innnnnrlpts wwivj true Is the reduction of the H.iiool whowilng Oat the letal LXpf,n,j tf the gnlttumrrotnputilrd li.r pnM.pr. cents fioni last pp pnpftn ,twit-fl- c lll receive no Anocjinons commimlcatleins C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER A jmUp it , nt - - Su'iihur Sjirings, Tueyselay, S'pt. f, r.rom lndUiduals 2ftn)'l forenoon. n ma' ihave no time for Just .tili(lnk of It. The Hartford Hmbl Pinnni UIiVoku hotels Ajntricnj) ? IWiO 01 Dundee, Tuesday, Sept. 3, fiftornoon. another and tliein ran alviLsQS the "mipuiVir" H?jjub;i an ibojt Fiixmi tlckit ile wlio slandars 1".J i DninfleUl, WexlnfMa,v, S pt. i. a sjlunw of the lYosrcisslvta to suvtirrW Krom program 1 2, ;t Herbert, Thurxlay, Sejit. 6. "em up. In Olilo county. WJi-did The TrJsl r, 1'ridny, Sept. 6, forrnoin. Willi inalee fTafit has announced that lie Herald gtqt to he eaurdtan for Jluib'i. Total i!,vt; ri Shrew, FrJdiy, Sept. 6, afteniecn. no campaign Fjiecuhes. Well, what is cvuis In Ohio county? It prat"nel,s " As the .total for bail, iiuikI", KordnrtMe, S.ktnrlay, .S(pt. 7. tavo we? have discovered a plan upon )Lhe put offine.s and arrwing ments amounted to Ueavor Dam, Monday, S'flrt. P. of tlie PriOtrrejssh-party lo gat $19,w::u jthe commlttoo ha a lialin' Who Willi argue that tyie Judges wh.i Coivtortown, Tii(ihiy, Sept. 10. Sept. 11 foreMaUuizas, Wcelnesd have ncrijned under fire, n'iou;d not from Uepubllcans to nanny Mio County of $174. 03 on hand. for Koo.'VeJt tl Is fujl and then ny get noon. have been recalled? tossitilier on a county ticket next "Were all moeliolnes as meritorious as Io'nt Pleasant, Wednesday, Sept. P., 3xr. This is what It fears most of a.'. The Chamberlain's Colic, Cliolerd and Iilir-rlio- .i afternoon. Some persons seem to think an lteMiiidy the world would be much res'gnaUon will answer all the Il'pub'llcan who ukes adilco from ,The Smolihoue, ThursJay, Sept. J2, I Ucnujd ncds u ffuardlan Kid cnoufi. It hotter off and the percentage of sufpurppecs of Uic rccai'l. olocs Its adilco with the wat' "Tha fering gieatly decreased," writes I.Ind-sa- y Ceiyiho, Tliursla', Soat. 12, nCternool Ao we po alone clout' forg't that the main ldei of the llooaveit tonses Is to Scott, of Temple, lnd. Kor sale by MoHcnry, Saturday, Spt. 11. Democrats arc responsible for the poll? ejaln control of Uw party In all Dealers. ltockport, JloneUy, Sopt. 1C. fore of NW York City. County, State and JC.ilon J.ind Wysox, Tuesday, Sat. 17. telling this, it wnu'il ijd-,by- e ? Notice. Tlho utterances of Weodrow Wilon I'rentls, Wedncselay Spt. IS. forevt-r.to f?a;u;ar lt'puM!carJi-,lioo! lit friend" have bficoomo so mild that Sept. IS. Ohio County Court. Cromwell, Thursday, Ijoo! Look nt the tesar stains on Uic C. It. lllvvads, &jef wouldn't know Ui, ,m lin,!1 fa'oelid. "retg-i-a- r Hera'd editor's face, njl bica-ualiob Uoy, TliurseViy, Sopt. )9, afto'-noovs. Bryan e'ontrlhiitirs 51(0iiO to th' Cctfi Ilepubllcanlun" is to dlsapp ar Jlotlon for el.ltch. eanir'aJgn fund. This dws not WUapn Whercps nn oijdr wis enteired In the T. II. BLACK. S. O.--C. llooH imucJi like tine lniivleilty of li9tl a,l0Ve ty;d cause on the Iflth itiy of What Would They Buy With. August, 1S1J, tllreiotlng that a (Toltvli l,e The Kentucky IfpuU'trpiina have rad fchie Bull Jloose iQut of tluo party, ard Under a Tariff for nvwuie onl', many contruete d pnrsiuint to Alio plans iwul now they iave to boirow lufctions of goods coa'd be bought nt l3WTr prices speolfU-sitlonhut out in the vlrws For Infant and Children. bhon are now laid unLr a PipitUve r"pont, und in thn rnnort of the i floens. flV.d Jn this aoMon, iuwl aiVo Tha Kind YoiHau Always Bwghi oer Tariff. Tliat Is tie purpoae of a tariff puiwucd by Due Xotv A wrone-elfor leienue only ito make Milngs phoip' speniirleyl In said orelT, mid tjiot thu Bears the York police, ,t,lirew one dol'iar W Us ovtr underslgmd er, Including tlie pilce of lolior. G,rar..-cwvis apiiolntcsl n ipociil UW ii0 ptevp Signature of hie ahouleVr ibut the r comml-a!ontby ord'-- of frvillel eiourt to tlicn, tluit thins roiu'd be hpug'it Thje tolls wssre too small. choaiprr; but wjiat wouhl they V bt out the Hoiitnaot ior tho work if Oi- l- Company bought with? Uemembpr, plcaiae, that Qonstnwthig .'aid ditch, fiigTevjalt'e to the Anyway Necessary Aged. ooegne to be ailnst lliyisewi't In thH these tilings tliat are going to be r jioit of tho viewers as iiLivJUrirsI by Mara In: "Is itlvat Uw eyt you got comiialgn. Tills Is a oo nip! Invent not boujjht ulieapix are tligiins made by t,lie orifhr of court ixturred to, to the with to- JO'ir Uuve luinilr,l tlinii-anlowievt and Wt .bidder, as oomniU.ion-e- r labor, an! that they are train wild to Tiaft or AVllan. coupewis? Ho loeks oil." afar .s.ild I will nn tlie 7th day of iMar,tIn: "He is. Ho was lo tako the p'tacie of tliiingis tjlieiit hflm the TTtfttt has gone back to Bwtrly and made by Anuiican labor. In that ivi" S'pt. 1U12, on or about one uVrack p. ye'ar 1 began saying the coujions." oy links, and is wiling to Uve .Vnieyrlcan labor Is Id'e, urt'iiupVoied, dls- - m. at the courtihouse doer In lontfor,J, Septemlier Llpplncott's. otters worry about tlw pimbleinui pLiood by the prolucts of forUgn labor. Ky., let out .said lontnaot for Alio r,j.i- Uie "dear In tint case AmcnltKin .worklnsmen Jiao sirnotliMi of said dltqh to the Jo,wis.t Mr. W. S. Gunsoliis, u faimer giving tihig near Fleming, Va., s.iys lie has used Whitwiex tlie lt"jmbleiin pai tj- - i nothing to buy with. Tluej' can luiv' and best bldJ.r, tlie innty Ohio county eets o wfik as to iwaiIvo nUiheir Uie pnoduots of foreign tVntarlas said oontrout wllj be riulrrd to c"- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Dlar- the ymiat,hy of tha H.irttord Horjild nox tli pioducts of Amoilean farms. cuto a oontiactoi ' botvl w,lt,h not Do Amerlc tnaborio's jlko Uttiii ux rlioea Itemcdy in his family for four- -' than two gooJ rtTient fr mh jd It lis time to draw the pun'silm. h teen ycais, and tliat .lie has found it Do Ainu Iran fauin-ilike It; If they suri!(fs, piyable to tlw mimmwi-irThat tliird teiin iiinipos'lloji don't heum do they should vote for of to lo nppioied by tlie to be an excellent remedy anil takes to bother the pcop'io inudi. Wlifit thy Wilson and a Cfjun,'!' Judge condltloiii'd tlat the K.il,d :oiigrs. Pleasure in recommeindliig It. "For sale want to kinow Is Wili'thier tJie Ijof.w ftw exmtisictor wilj frfonn his in,traft, not. wtlllms for thcmi to Jiaiie a voiew In any pay all daniigeiH tlubt limy nicf;i"e by all Dealers. and term. Would Close the Woolen Mills. to any pej.on or persons by itason of Hartford R. R. No. 6. . his fal',ui to nruniOete uld woik $.'V),WiO co-iWdiy not talk-- alout Prof. WiVon attempted to hedso In Aug. 27. 1'aiJiiejs are very busy lu to contraui witldn tw,ole tribuiied by BeTiiiout to the Democrat!; his !is"uu t on IVotftctkyi rt this vicinity. canffi,lsn fund In llul. ilr. l'arkt-- r was Sa Girt, last wH.'k, by ni6n lw was months, Mr. and 3Irs. C. L. Potion and Uib", day of August, I'M. lils isth tomjiiaraiy chu.iin.in of the Uai'lniore not hi faiir of any T.ultf im ljutjo-iIJila C, hJKC bTji visiting frl'jids an I W. .. TINSM:y, Coninlsdou-r.- . C0nMentieii. wlii h would hunt buslncs. ImmciHatv.y Total estimated exevivatlons In pubic reMitiics at Hiansili'o for thiC pasf. two wa ks. iWoodiow WAImmi nny le ffcnxl In his tlinrenfttr he uiinuumitd that ho v. l1" yaid.s, in, ira ;.::!. high r pi.ut'iiiifi.tlcs h'atti'y In faor of tlio AVpo! ,b!ll. 3,lr. and Mrs. S.ulfond Orrfir nnd son, Grock, Latin un Had UiIh bill bipeome a 'ei.w, It Wfniid Staruly; Mr. nnd Mr. Ivrurd Keainet will mt prcwvit fJie hard but that C Special Train to Louisville. w.igc and daiiglite-r- , Conile May; Mls.s s hine to ioiijj haiie resulted hi the ffo,sliiK of frVify tlimf, under o woo 11 mill In the country. Tli SJp'HilaA Train Jlorgsuifl'i'd, Ky., to Ceoper and Josle Helen utteiuled If lie Js i''J etcd I'rehld'ttit. pri'pared by lsx JV!!ttt juid L.ouKvllo and U'ltuin fS(iitiiniber II and chune-fl- nt An'Joch SiuieUiy n,lidiUvd with Tiie l'rogrivs.slo ulatfoim lii'Iorscs the must 11uoe.9via.11iQ' l:ni ifi,us.J 13. Special titiln will be ppRitcri on Mr. J. A. Ilaymond iuid fjrnUj. livt'atlv njil refcuejidtim, whlih nrvui" 1 iiliiC,tloii in w.ige'S, and tlie wool above elajte from Jlorgijitl'i'd, JCy. to Mrs. Uentlia Weterf,lo'd and olilidr'n mexne vole-fur Hio people In tliilj ivoikcjs wiouM look fur otihpr omiploy. IvouisiJio la M. II. & K. and J,. JL & moied to Wh4tcsvl'l 'as.t vs.k. oppo-vv- l All vJio ui to this, mut rathur than aeicut lev.s jvay. St. I., on fol'olng kiJimIuIp and prl s MLss Ida Is otUndliig the In Jtand up or i.tUe Jour hand. Iiof. Wl'won tand,s enlmli'(tfd do Kre for tho round tilp. lorganleid stjtute at Owftn'iiiiio thils wey'k. fTlle tarmer wlio tu.f!ftfn the fiiiie tj71.de Tiule( and It Is uii to Mvo wage larfi'.is 10:S0 p. in. Sept. lltli. SevertLl from here attended the hingprotect theiins'lves and tiliKdiit- la(mill.v I.ravo C jitiTlowji S:20 n. m., Seit 11, ing conviintlnn at Magan Sai'jurd;iy 2I- tdest tinder the contenti'im tjiuf (if Is not to him at (1110 co,ml:i IVjie, i.V,. Uejrwtttted by a piyjtixtho iilff imy by voting llnVinla Is rvwlPig Jn this pouatny. . o'entlon. Any otilu'r course nijons Ijra,ve Halt ford 3; 10 a. m. Tare 1.73. away his jii.rkt lo .Miss 51jcU Ilaymond wl'J go to 0v. tvuy, and vottis dtuithji of Tariff, wiiloh ntflus-tlo- n Dundee 4:"fi a. m. JUre 1:50. en,boro Thura-lufitwla un,d oth'ir foil fun iuuiiti4',s( wii' wh'erorfic- wlty receive of wages. Kriiiltch r,:(fi a. m. I'aro i:as. aune nwidMl'ii lus Ih.j ci'f h"r dlltViM Thunsilay afternoon at Ttio he in tlie Aimlvtf Ioulml!le l&th and nnoaelway Grand. wjlkili kit Its 1110,'Ji ,r to Xiw l!i i T. R. Forces Gaining Strength. Sunday 9:05 lu 111. Umjt, ftt Horn ,to Mr. md Mrs. Oioar Sam u ipp r tlm,. Train returning leavia UouLsiWe Will flno gjii the 21st. Columbia, Ky., Aug. 26. Tllw I'lncrus. EdHor Wa.tft"rxnt1 wl oluvs idmittl slie paity, although 'tera& In pfm 111:- aad JSraadnoy StuiiUy nAght S'jit. lVJi .Mlss Gtrtry ,llay;nond commences! her ttwt Jie tijid to aii.mt," In Jniv Th r, flclioo! at Bceia Monday Uip l&tii.. Joilty now, !h ifiUnintf j;iiiimd nwrv at 8:00 p. jn. Mhurji. cam F. Jlyan lnn,ce the II. B. ilUSQHKK, Miss i:va day In Adair CnunHy, and Jjy lluo Martin went to Buford pttlun f GfVt. WiWHlmw Wllsiln, Is wilt. Tuesday. 'octVi It Is dMibtful If the llMf Llilv nlltllLlls 111 lb,t l.itrt..r- M0 CREEK f!ltW'rS 'M'C,' "P " "U-Jourwj in vlVi abue of Theodore ivom niijiibC'r of men throughout tho Aug. H. The pnotraijted iiieetihijf JieJ.I the. KUin.l- volt, UfaiLso Aixihboid county to uvike uji hls jmo rutu of at JU. Hermon by lie vs. Joiner, Cirowe u.rd OH Co., con,tril)Uted fl(m,uiO to Um Vot.!on officers. 'iMio liard f.'fciht wljl and Orcor o"ised Sunday iilJi4. T!m JlVuU'Uvui uuiiivJsn fiuiil In ni. His bo next were 'or hi tlie counity iieevs. JH'iuw c.hunji wias greatly ivv4ed. The-iiWyWuty not only noimd liVjt lui 1, ;nun dn AfUlr Onutity a number of lonvcntlojis und ei.-u-t oie livmy I'jxigrw.nh.i.-ad. In ido'.ase but axo like one In his To do any kind of Veterinawlio Willi make tfftqicjiiit oflolals, out dltletns ,t(0 itlie churoh, cups. ry work. Horses, mules and JlLs.ses iliyuje tuid I'.umle It.iAtd iliave tlw following ai metre Munlni'nttly cows need not die for want of 'y9 Biu! Moose must be firming cer. Hjwkon of as caiiilUkntevi; Jiuiius illau-coc- roturaied ,to tlnir homo mvir lluaveriDiitn Calls answered attention. In Ohjo jJotk'kuip County JueVgv; a. 1 tlUn DumiaciaUc Bmyt!i, after u woeks vUlt lo tlvir etsttr, llns day or night. uounlty, wilio hud bv;i looktng foiAvaid County Attorney; G. :. ,W4lYn, Qo,unty Myntle Wi'lfcnd. CliTk; J. T. Ba.rUoo, Jr., Jailor; Miss to tine county offlcetj ivext Yifn JiUxi lieii Ward began her Kdiopl nt of itfue ltj)ulV'un tipjU. Tlie npJUt ucnm IVari Ulndman, puperJnjtendenit of BamwW's Cieek Autjr. 19. Tt'iis U llli Veterinary Surgeon d to be too tar tliem. fletion Via &;hoo.iSi Jo. Na4 Comior, Ai4.sar; J, lipaa's fliAt Mcliool but we jiredlct for Ky. ludAunous (itiltiMlo oX iionvs oX til ( leftdttW N. Coffey, Sunejor; ,T. C. DttvW,on, her isjieyifiss. Ui tfuis to ay vxit utiiie Lfi tfuK oji ( SherlKj Dr. C. U. fit. and Mr. Wl'ltam Ward ft&ve Cpioar , evn-iisi-s . i-, fort-noev- n. p. tori-noon. n. if the c.vi n.ihl: flnam'sr Jlr. Noyp T3CZ,Br3SOiT3E. "The first Jintlrvniil ivvmnton f t,h . Haufh RlTrx I'nivrciV4; pirty wiisoontluttfcd pt le-- tkniinjly HJevnniittee u.t luvi'n' coft to the tlkin pnoti,li')( iuiv l,t Li worrl d Ih.iuj he lgn, Hopnc eli' I'JUDAY, AUGUST JO. umnts nml does not 'gn 'Jvrx. Tfie com within of the H'pubi'i.iiJi or J)jo " for mrs. ILew4ilil editor Is iiULs d to xyiS Jilm-s- o ocr.Ulc parties "NaUonal ionvetilAiiis have bcti urrm-lu- g f as mucli as his niitune wilH PROGRESSIVE TICKET. muro cjni.s'.p. Tlfj ineaiiU'ins f ii' i unci x tlio rtrews of clrcumsirice"', Aniuiiri mints Coninilttrv fed', jus J'ro. wjth our nssurance Unit ii,"l wtl President, For wl'h out In Uw wash In n few tiny, anil grtWvis, It wnM mone In TilBODOlU: ItOOACVELT. shou'd lie furthor ex)2iti(vtln the jiollcj a of Oils niovcpient to avoid VJce President, Far nnd to fliian-alniut our affairs (or tjiioso oon a'.l iuimi.cujiiy c.mji aov. hiham jaim&oN. convene tlim by )Uliir ncn'tnl with Ohio County il publlevm or Uno I'rosraisH o Commute, wo wl'l Irud The InVince wheeit shows the foVA And ArchhoM left th n"VMt day tor him out behind .the barn and Inform lng nevnlpU: Iv'm to eur uinwxst abUlty. i Eunome. attention. y.wr. convention was $10,403. In subiu'Clnit his ripoiit from n ficw nlays vl.s,lt n ir Ulltv, Miss Maud Anvljrwn, of Inilla.l- ..v..., ,1 in. .fill, IJastprday. Mls Tlio fitotk mnde a itslt iui fill" lion of Mr. and ilw, T. W. .Mlji r the :3r I mrfrji 'h ill a Uttle win. Mr. Iy,w!s Cha;mi.iii mml wile, liiv r. mtne we at the bulnile nf th. form r brc.tJcr, .Mr. C. I. Oluipnon, whoe con dl'icn is no ltti'tir, TuiNJuy. Mr ilo'm 1. Chapman, C litral vl'itrsl lil.n Simdny. MVv V.ulx Kin,?, Owenshoro, was tl.c uest of .dor oui'i'fl, Mrs. S. I'. Smilir-fu- r for a fw d.iy. Mr. ami iMrs. W. K. Stvi ns iucom pinied by Mrs. JlLja WlifiU'K "P"" Sunday at MeiHenry tlic itutttt of ro'. atfves. PTturnnd ..,.-1-- lnrl ii.i. . SUITS For the Ladies and Misses. Our line of the -- -- i3 Trie llarftond (Herald is very miK-p- i oemnd about the if Uiu con Blamed a Good Worker. "I blamed my heart for severe eiLs,tross in my left side for two earst" writ on W. Kvans, Danville, Va., "hut I know now it was Indigestion, ns Dr. KilnerJ New Life lills compMely cunxl me." Famous Palmer Garments is now in and we want every lady in this county to see the new fall fabrics, made in the most t( kif-jyai- Bet for s'.omach, llveff and kidney troubles, const! jation, hmdacho or Uc. at AH Druggists. Notice to Tax Payers! Dputy Sheriff S. O. KeoH,n w,l'.1 nt tf'o following pA.cis on day celfot our he (vmsmmM snnin8 moaeis that has ever heen gotten out. If you are interested in being - J m A e , tns: Jvinitid to correctly dressed, at a nominal cost, 'i 'rvv you will certainly have to look at our showings. Quality - M of materials used fit and style of each garment- - have been wisely considered in the production of these suits.f The pleasure will be ours to have you in for a look. E. P. BARNES BRO. at CASTOR I A Beaver Dam, Kentucky. i cr d, .r z&&&, il dand yt for,'-Itj- jt Having recently built a large addition to my produce house, I am in shape to carry a targe siock ui rmers! Ky, I es ipro-inict- s s Frete-Trad- I'licc-Trae- Olh-onvi- this season. Will sell cheap and give you plenty of time to pay for it. JONES' BRAND FERTILIZERS The best fertilizer that is made for wheat as well as all other farm products. Just try me ht Bw.ex-pJn- , W. E. ELLIS. Produce Hexr-tioi'c- l, Merchant I s 1 t ""44$ Mn-bej- 'o ho'V1'-poJg- i Hartford College 33rd YEAR BEGINS SEPT. 16, 1912 Ample temporary accommodations have been secured. A modern steam heated, electric lighted building will be ready for the second term. - li. rt-- s Iive Iive - t. Al,-enj- us '?" n W '' Unequaled opportunities are oilered common school graduates and all desiring a High School education. Seven teachers, three engaged in High School work. 102 enrolled last year in High School and Normal 14 High School Graduates and s of Normal students made certificates. Splendid advantages are offered in MUSIC and EXPRESSION. three-fourthfirst-class I AM PREPARED il s Second Term and Normal Work Begins January 20, 1913. For further information address H. W. H. RILEY - E, BROWN, Pres. J, E, Hartford, ELLIS, 1. Pres. V lwifj OUR NEW GOODS to call the attention of our customers to our New Stock of Fall Merchandise, which we are almost daily receiving. We have endeavored to use our best buying skill in selecting styles and qualities that will appeal TUB to the most scruti-- n izing customer. Our twenty - live years buying for this McCall Pattern! . 4777,sidrt community makes us ,4779,wi.t Price, IS centi ach . know believe we ladies' dress about your demands. Anyway, we extend to you a special invitation to call and see Our New Fall Goods and see if we are not very near correct in our belief. Do this and remember that it PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. m Tt o Oh,lo t'otmty DiniK Co., has a jAx Jrrff WA'itTwin and On II Diirnfll Inyol for you to own n Ta.lelnK tumnitfl a bicluviiitli fhop hutfiilno M John j m) tJ op wlvrr" Uvy wM orm.( KJMJi: of charge. Ask iUioj Duijl'-Jthis titan duot m ntu Jiu.Uf inlMi husmiwi ns fojVfWv: liujLtty an, I wnirn wirrk, piws, Wo consider It n favor If you will honso rfo 'tk and dte. AH wyrk ffqaran-t-Ti- d Vt n Ivivc an news tli.nl would s y. fQ4tVWvTiVfPii" wjwwwwwMwmmjrsW9wjfwMWP MMMMmiMMMM-MMMMMM- . llms A Rare Chance 4 We want bo of Interest. Call, 'wrlto or telephone ' The R'pub'knli. lMmno to to t!vp (if4!fnHtlon Gx9 Jeff ,WatViion it (i'fiy Dtirwl:. I Nollinn nnl Mix Iloiinh i't venal woiniyi nrrlvod In I Lrto-- d oir'y this w,vk I rim wIi two rtrmh of tiVAV iii (lio ojicni Iiouho ovtry l'rllJy tltcJr lionr ui Hivvesi m, pjid un ar. r rajifeilnis UuJr n.iw ntnk nf uoods in ntul 'atiml(iy the 'arirti Hro'ih'tw luM(JrK pn Jtiin AViliiMi you K"t riviily tor jour Km-illritot for tlnir cyinlng itomorrow. Tli-'and ryo noi.d lot mo nni you. llrlo.-fid arc exjic Ktjuti imtai In the dry M, I,. KINO tiro flfclrt. iftmls IiU'Siuhs and vA, no dou,bt injoy Gtf Hartford, Ky. a biokI Itralo Jioro. Mm. Miuute Uutfinr, CnnntJ( Js vl- Tlio mo tins at .Ml, llerjnu.ri loontluctoJ ttlirj; Jiir daUKhttr, Irs, Hljo Tuylor nnd by Itws. Jo'ti'r arid Cn'wo )i Kr-p- l Ooffl r and othur non, Sunday rilht. It was a tfniivul rovU.il Jn Jlartford tlids among ol.rUt,Ianfl and tTcatiy oniyM. ILss H(miiitla Oun'-Uid Rev. J. W. Cnw lias did tlie inriaqliln, Ion as lwsl'nnt lior rait-yin,- ' r whli'i w.us ftron and nnttjl(ni.s. Ho Is to .Mr. II. 11. Martin Uyi Jlantrord a fine pr aohcr and rovlvnilK, frjicrw lw'ni.iMt(ir, to tak fffot fvj.tvub(.r wero 12 prof'jMons uipl 8 n,ldtitlutui to tho Wio rjiuncli un,d morp to foVlw. Miss 12. Julian llinry anO Mr. Hlnrna wSj! iliojl ith'-l- r Di,ck & HrklK-oV. llun, of ltc.kort, Ky., wciv uni't'H oolt chow a,t tho Wqoilnwii pU-In mwrltiKe at the ipftrnoiuu;" o.t ihe Hartford fair grounds on Sat. Moiwlay aflciTioon, llov. T. V. Jotm-- r .to tlio isrounit". Scjt. U. l'rm iidtui-sloDr. C. Itos wlio lius besn and Ktr'f, tlw Qtiio County llrj; taking his third yor's work In a m.I-Ua- J Sa-- o away. Co., lias an nuto to ! mmo colnee in Oltsp, your roupoaf n 5a jiurclia-vftits vo i i Saturday afttirnjon for a Bliurt vacatlie nuto in window nnJ tion. He will r(turn JJils fpiV to trjm-nkcouiiott. Si-his work. ak Jjout It. mu1c rind MT. , I I - rl"-tnr- ts niK-Jit.- Save Money You will need Winter Shoes, Un- e , ir. ro',i-tUii- B cid T t'r derwear, Clothing and a lot of ether things before long, but our stock is not going to be here much longer at the rate that we are moving it nle n Hji now, and then you will have to pay some one a profit and therefore the arrld . e te ounyi'lor Mointay wire Jlssrg. Hantford Colrge will l k'ji ItB d Wlilto nnd boh, of the I'a'o iffan work on S ptcmbiT 18, when n 4.J JioiJ.ord; A. AV. lllack, route s, saliool wUf. ba op'nfl. Owing to tlip Hanfoird; O. M. RortUi, Cromwell; and ut tlm Jiol (kiIWIpk it has Jolun Couh, of l!fn.er IVim. be n naujjury to ixnit rncnrai (in the Make your purclinKO on any Uilojj bu'ln'ffl ivirt of town to f io lit tho ttival In our store. Call for cotions and ,pt TJvo HUjJi Snhool ilejnrtm it wU'i be a Talking M.iohlno AUSOUUTnt.V lujd in tho Krat rn'y )Klse hal, whljo AimoinK U. )Ji.'rt-tljr- W. mm;. Air. OHIO COUNTY DItUG CO. AVnne Kj'te WntnojatUy for partim Joft nl. More rooms are et needed ai J Stursls, Ky., wlvre lw Ircvs iurJOpt"l sjvoral p'fioes aro being Jovostlgatyd and a jsll.lhn wi'li u iio.il fxmwiny. IIli nt made 'aiUir. TJie facuyy fnmi'y wljl minalii on tho farm, and annouii(q'jn and l!oajl of Haiif.at4an luie betin to wljl tirobaby o lo SturjjLs iit'r, muih ttxnvble In sotting urflangamr'nlB Tiry Kriiiiy uttd Saturday nights male for tho v3lioui this ymr, aiid wc there Willi Ikj iji'vitij moniir jiUurcs arc 'iid tliey Ivavu eierythlnK in cu-- oeoiwl ttjvr of HiCn.rJn OJul Harass lull Vn j,' ovi.r Hamund & Compfuiy's storw will be oocukd ly luiothcr d- t,ho purchase will cost you more money. We still have a lot of good things that you can get now and save money, as we must close this stock in a short time and to do this, we Have put the prices at cost and in lots of cases less. So, if you are looking for good Merchandise at cheap prices, drop in and see us. Yours for a short while longer, unlr All-da- nioLil iiiiaiuiHeimint ptoulr-- n.t Dr. Itoan's s:pleiidjl lka.pe opira home. Gtui.nattrl y iilc-nl- JIW and fTonisp. n,nd Miivtru,tiiil S i Hartford Republican. FRIDAY. AUGUST 3). I nd Hart-for- d fair grounds on MitumViy Scfnt. II under Uie direction of 1 Unit fond Oamp No. 2v2 Wvlnion of lw World. Bvory-bajl- y c . tuid luibsue MANY pSi Night. for a uode-sfu- i hoq'. BY ICE CREAM Aluil-w'o- ii five. Tts Miss Nancy V.inlliU- Is Hie truef ' Mi I.ivJ Pirtlto this week. -- of WJille uiMuUnf; ronv raw 'azr at the l"aiat hno Tihuwdoy morning Mr. Sam of Uuar Da.ni, uovjawly nvu)h"l a fimrr on Ills lft Ivand. TJie Injitry was drxvuxil by Jr. tA. . UUy , Fifty People in Serious Condition Barnard 6J Co. Ky. Hartford, evvwvvFVrvGSttSGGGGSssGrV at Nortonville Saturday Mil)ii trult cwiUi J'irH, pue-lia- lf t'a'lon sls, 61 :r lcr doitn. S. Ij KINO, Hnrjford, Ky. Host KrnJe of "CAUIJON 1APUH, Iur-pi- e M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table or black, for hilIo ut The ,llqpublhnn . at Hartford, Ky. tf. office. tioiViy to Mary JolnniStl.s N, ttae card ttfectlre Monday work In tho MvlisjonJjjIu wolufvl as Aug. 2UC No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. a tnif.-litdaily except Sunday. Jf jou need a kot1 whnt ilnlU calf No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. nn J m.1) me about Uiu ktul I ssV. dally except Sunday. S. I.. KING, H,uitford, Ky. lf No. IIS South Bound due 8:45 a. m. Jv-aHaVy, of lUxliic, ivi'l illss dally except Sandfly. In Jie llivkjKirt Jlte'' lojilii tniMii No. 113 South Bound d'j 1:46 p m. Kahool Monday. daily except Sunday. ?ir Bcnvir Mr. I.u'flitr iTiilili,-iflH. E. M1SCHKE Agt tlio u rt of .Sii.t. ll'Wy Hun, wuh IeoJi nnd fiunlly Suudnyu Tiro nM tlino jou eomo to Hartford ilro u dulLu In your iKi.hqt to lyiy for The llopuUllcnir u yiar. H4 iaus b"-K- in 1 Mr. Col. Attotiuy K. M. Woodward JeM far ImiuIsM1m mid uiiUH Hasbro KitiiL'ky ui iV.jiJ, jbivtyiws 'it Uiyiwu Jolimr noturn. d, to Ui., to rowuiiie his work with In tho ntfiil jinofo-iuiItay-iuli.! WuJ-mvLi- y In of Mr. Hiwnno Mfiiilnmil"fnnily, hi Iluifin, South IXihot.i, iiro liUJn UiQ'Jur, Mr. Oondlt Mua-tln"nr itowin. ' WwlWlii? Daisy Mas In IiuUuna'io'.ls. Ind., pud vvilU later enter Ucltiuw U'Uvtirslty at aroeturartlt. A GOOD BAKERY Is Your Salvation Arrives Unexpectedly. Have Won Many a We lUtl. iMja. C. C. WcnUUotf littB Jioiuo at ltviUaiiiijioUd, rpturncd to When Company liw luve witli Jiulge family. W". It. 11. after a vtot Woddlne and jopte 5, HERO'S MEDAL aryl D. Mtvwn. FVank Hobc,rtj, of near Ftorjlsvllle, welo pleasant iviieji-at tUU oHJt-SiiilUi, Sal-unli- y. Dr. AV. S. SandbauJi, of Cushy. Chris: Hust'r tian county, Ky., wJio uis bcti visit-In- s ,T.he Ptomaine In t" ts county, wajj a nraint ca'-lnlson, raufted ly pfMtlng Ho left loe onepun at a social rUcji by the at thJa offJco church at of tho MothoiUnt ThurHday morning In his auto mo bib for IwllCM Nortonville Saturday came near raui-lii- S lionv. tjlio dra Ui of a nuuvber of i Ititzens Sugar Hll Oamp No. 3M iWpOdnHiii of many utlwvpi .vcu Ui Worjd, ftf MnIItinry, will give tin all of tli.it pucp and In .i oiiltloU condition for a nu,mUer day lAiinlo at Mllrnry on l.ibor MoaiLt' Scj't. 2. I'rotciwls for Uoneflt of of houra. An lee crcvim supper .Iwl boen Company U, lltt llojflnicnt pf Uniform ad.rtinfd by tho tid,hji of Uie W. O. V. Itink. In Metltnulbit (ihuii h there to be sh-cj- i Minor's Vy OH ke"j the flics off the ruc ivmr the civuic'i fUuriItiy your Atuck. Ono ila'ar a. ea)on. Also Uie proceeds to bo ued on tlio spray pumps to npply with. W night, liA A chutxih. aijic crowd wets In cents (hwiIl Sid Jn JlorJCortl by, many coming from tho W. K. J3IJJ.S, ;oimti Produce Monclinnt. Iti A iUro umuVilty of cream wtus or-- 1 Sll'aea N.iiwy "iid Vmblo IVrd and .lied from Heiidiii&on and itlio Vvlls, M.ta'or IMwiuxl Kord will k hooh feanlng that thts would not bo (suoiii'i, for Wlauhtft r, Ky., whWiu tliey will nudle sivcra,l gillan-i- , .The ejt!um male siioiiiil tho winter with Mr. und Mis. at liome, it Is thought, tan-v- l tlio William l'ord, wJil'o- tHrJr fitlicr, l)i. pulsoiihiK. Alwiit fifty of (jlioae who jua'tii. E. W. I'Vrd Is ropibt'iiK g ato iWe tixw1!! Imx.uuo d'ViAlily hlek , iuuI witertlnliiK at SoinAhliiit tho tatter !art of the lv'li.t, and tlio yera lioiuw lnHuy n,nd Drs. Mooro and Howell luul tli'dir ililands CnHTi ivlKj'it, piano nnulu uocd full, and It wan iin'y by lw.id woik hxi1 niuslc mid tltiamjUnul tlw at-- tha,t tho llOB of a uumbir were aioiI. and b"M modng 4itintvi lnit ar' Slany yo confined to tlilr bods all NUW and novor beforo pxhlbltcd l.i day Sunday, but yetotnluy (iftcriioon llantfoird. all weiit tuit of danger and no dcvvtlis, A rom the Wcjier, of It wun a'uUd, would rosult Mrsru. C. C.amF-K7polsf)Plnr. , ;nwl((l Uie CLnclnrotl, liao by Uio HarUonl l!oail nf to Xurnlch tlm plans (ijid Negro, 101. Is 'Still Young." for tlio wi;iti'Mi of Hartford Ky., Aug. l.ol Tfa plin bus b?m iMlcctfd anil CaeJt, by far tlve ol'lrst ulitUen of woik wllli )i',Jn ii nm the li'ruttuiw at this rat 'of tlio State is nipw In tits ( an coir'y d.ite. ono 'nmdred and first yvur, 'nnd one lflrt Mvro. H, srSanrIens ItT K. of tlio tvw real o'dtlmo niegip" pf Iho city and J. Ny lVvskr fawn miulo lurHnuf-mv(- s here. TJlie oWt. rcftldi-nitwltji Dr. f. H. for Mio hivo known L'om'e Ueil u.1 their lvs, of tiA oporijiou!9ovvl,i"lday ptwl us he lias ll'"d in tills town jifwy alslklsand wk'i) tJ HTrfn'aH iiovJ"B all of his Jlfe. U'Jiilo ae ha- Madt-onvlllIr D-i-- KXjjL KVMnMJ jTrct?--- - bBb(!SSbTv!P ao SpgjBy as SHbbJIb (s JmffL - Js dui-ln- SJJIBBJ vBMIbKbb h.-h- cy ot Un iom-tra- nt lMu-catl- hpcvtrl-cvitUoii- is Col-Ui- n, olo Juo a Jl-T- uj course you know that dressing' the children veil Is a necessary part of the education. Dress them veil, arid they will study their lessons better. If you have not yet learned that ours Is the store to buy children's clothes, Of plioturo ."iliiQ.tt, For the Numerous fescue! We Rave Made. Why Not Become A Regular Daily Patron And Always be Prepared? THE HARTFORD '' ' id.iiVL"ttvo flu,iif l'otV"i"y: a orooktd .nutli with a ptjol of llai tfoixl huvu nd. IJor years Kiii ut twii tu willj U bo ti'viss. WJiren W. C. SCHLEMMER, PROP. was U?n by tlw outuf men VrfUy wani-pink. Murray airy to oliige .tho rityVi of baillot ftuih nlfflkt at Ur. lt?atr Served Every Saturday Ice Cream tho ot'tl(in7 Danlt'l and Mum In Ucun furnllK-, and Sunday. niUHliQ and thoir woik Individuality in a ntui dfulM to as lulliy ii-ii- . In a wonun, to being Jlk-v- l mended. TIm suooeiss of tlw lOvenlnjt'S tbout Money ta'ks wliifli ts ono way o( lr. IUy,tii"rTlwl y'wv'V ynv? t'Miy projtTvn was mcry d,u to tlw offor's Advertise your wanU In Th ncpubltjfor aroivi!li,, Ky., 'o t Ki Mi of iMir, Hwiry Nm, who novier ,tjJro aoyjng Vvt the wiioe) nf (Outline Is full n. mi'e Jieipluy Uw oun peop'te .u,ve a of epokra. Tqtty xw reurnod from 'work 04 prlrkclu,l of ;lro lil;h toll Mm. AnVur - t tluii Place. rV goda time. , Iibftlnquit i .. ,, h, 4tay mX Dawon Spring , I BAKERY of iViilcHt on,s never Utnji nrrrnted or liad to by looid annwtr for any nhiuw?. WJion fvJxO-- l Cvg , CintontowTi MiTimnUlK Co., mnd iMr. Mr. A. V. Jvlrh, "who luiabirfl pvtd-I- how old he wis, Unc'e Iivl ald lie Monton, of Centortown, ww.a iln "uw in Uwe offlcti of Atoraiey Ot'o was "nlllt joiNig" und fM jqlve ovfllenco Turmlay. lofjt Saturliy of tlw fact, j,omicd up aivd knocked his C. MunUn itlils tfumuirir, Mr. J. V. Southaiid, nnute 2, HUvr for J lis liunw ut l'ondsMi'.l'. Ho will Iroh HurskSWr'., 'Ham, and M.r. ,W. C. 4"iid a ftiw lujv ut In J ma bo.liare wero Pluiut FUttavi f& tltls offt'o big Cor ltikj)oit, K)-.- , w.lifMt) Jia will As Life's Game is Tuiwltiy. bo of tlw Jtt'ku-- t Giila.'kl "Hiunun NatuiX)" Is a liandy nuapu-m,Mr. Wall NryiiMi,t fund flumrtly, qf iHlnO stiluiol UlIu your. for all our fault. Mt. A. It. I'luininir, tnonuer of the o,vntlii ir iuid uoofl wfli' ' d hlofflu,; a iflano luuuUi IibmIiij; 1iuA fy fjW lci iiwcs fviflfi tilt. come In and let us school you on our kind and prices. When ve buy our children's clothes ve toii lta, i togc-tlHi- liw flayed. ut remember that they must stand the strain of busy little bodies. When ve sell our children's clothes ve do riot strain1 your purse. wtkl Mr. Itrxuit litm iui"iojted a osl1lon ajvl will rfWo. '"ui'u u'vi ' Wi Don't forgot i'J fair eroundt o.t ll'irtjid by Jl'in'foi I V, m O. Canv No. M h VI Kjit. H. laie toimornow tor Coi'ro vxiluvi Tlio ant moat-Hla- P,ilil Mrg. s; CARSON & CO. y INCORPORATED. " '' Hartford, Kentucky. i AROU NDXHEl CAMP Q)Lk POOR AS A CHURCH MOUSE Since Confetti Came Into Use, the Saying Has More Meaning Than at Former Times. Tbo sexton of a fnshlonnble New York church was sweeping Into n large mound the bright purple, red Mid yellow discs of confetti which littered the church entrance nnd uteps. "This month," he said, "I have had already 35 weddings in my church. And at every one of these weddings pnper confetti wns thrown at the bride Instead of rice. "The confetti fashion is very welcome to us sextons. When rice wns used our churches were overrun with mice. The saying, 'As poor as n church mouse,' was then meaningless. Why, In my church, where weddings are so popular, several hundreds of mice fnt chaps they were, too found nn ample food supply In the rice that was sprinkled over the brides. "Now that rice has been abandoned for paper confetti, these mice have all disappeared. They were starved out They couldn't live on pnper." Rending with difficulty to collect a few obstinate pieces of the bright paper confetti that stuck to the floor, the old sexton added: "Of course, these bits of paper are much more awkward for me to sweep up than rice. But, even so, I hope the confetti fashion has come to stay." HER SHARE Girl ; Farm Topics. i ' 1 HAVE YOUR SUITS Directory Counts Ohio Circuit Court T. F. Ulrkhead. Juilfie; Ben V. HI11RO, Attorney: W. I. Mldklff, Jailer J II. O. Uarraw, Clerk J P. I l'c-llMutter rptiimlnloner; It. T. Colllnn, Trustee Jury V'und: T. II. Hluck, SherO. iff, Jlartfonl. Ueiutl-- b. X'JW'J"XVWMWS: I Cleaned FIRE &iirn ISTORIES OF 16TH WISCONSIN (Major Reynolds, While Under Arrest, Lends Regiment Gallantly at !.. cow.rr.Art KN .coilw livery farni'.r In ttw Moullnm 1' f of tlio o,(ni lio'it i!vv"ljt vmrfdrr wm-ln- u oojifl In mitn. Jf Omj nniMyn I" dry, or the corn is imiwsiuitty pu k niwl Uili'My plmittvl, jtjliii i Pressed Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law J c Repairing and Dye ing neatly done. Battle of Shllch. The Sixteenth Wisconsin would have Jdone credit to any army. It 1b seldom mentioned without recalling to some tone the first major, Tom Reynolds, war closed. The Sixteenth joined General Grant's (army near Pittsburg Landing, March SO, 1862. Major Reynolds said something that was not agreeable to one of ihls superiors, not of the regiment, was placed In arrest and his sword taken, writes Lieut. Col. J. A. Watrous, In the Milwaukee Sentinel. He was still without a sword when the great battle (of Shlloh began, April 6, 1862, but he went In with the regiment. When Col (Benjamin Allen and Lieut. Col. Fairchlld were wounded Major Reynolds borrowed a sword and commanded the regiment gallantly until Jthc close of the two days' fight. Word was sent to General Grant that the officer of the Sixteenth, who 'had been placed In arrest had gone o the fight, and when his superior were wounded had taken command, contrary to military discipline. General Grant sent an aid for an exact (report as to what Major Reynolds had idone. The report was promptly returned. General Grant sent word to (Major Reynolds, informing him that he was released from arrest, returning ihls sword, and thanked him for the he had Jcourage and good judgment displayed. Four companies of the Sixteenth are (entitled to the honor of having been with the force of pickets (he morning jof the battle who were the first troops (fired upon by Johnson's army. It was In this skirmish that Captain Saxe of Company A, a Waushara county clti-eof prominence, was killed. The Abe In-.lrs n yho became lieutenant colonel before Cns-;slu- B OF THE BUREAU Visitor's Idea of a Division Seemed to Be to Take All the Space You Could Get. "A friend came to visit me laBt week," said the Girl Flapper, "and as there Is only one bureau I told her I would have to share It with her. So I pushed my things out of the wny and she began to unpack. This is what she put out: "A bottle of spirits cf camphor, a bottle of camphor water and boraclc acid that she uses for her eyes, a bottle of witch hazel, another of benzoin, a box of face powder and a tin of talcum powder, a make-ubox, sixteen Ivory toilet things, four Stevenson texts In frames, an atomizer, a bottle of ammonia, another of oil of pennyroyal for mosquitoes, nine hatpins, a sewing bag, a jewelry box, some perfumery and an alcohol lamp. "'Now, I'll unpack my bathroom things,' she said, and she took out three sponges, large, medium and small; a rubber bath glove, a bottle of liquid soap and four kinds of tooth powders and mouth washes, a patent exerciser, a bathrobe and slippers, an antiseptic bathbrush, a rubber spray, a thermometer and a whiskbroom. 'Then she borrowed my buttonhook." p Surprise Boxes In 8hark Stomachs. Fishermen in the Caribbean sea recently found in the stomach of a shark which they had killed a good sized bottle In which was a letter from a shipwrecked sailor. Many such relics have been found. In one case a lady's bracelet was found In a state of perfect preservation, together with a silver spoon and a thousand Spanish reals In money. The curious feature of the finding of the money was that It was in an official receptacle lost in the city of Spanish Town (Jamaica) during a negro uprising In the seventeenth century. Where fTh Sixteenth Held an Exposed Posi- had it been meantime? Surely not in tion at the Battle of Corinth. the shark's stomach, unless the shark lives a much longer time (or some of balance of the Sixteenth was formed them) than science has any reason to in line of battle thirty or forty rods In suppose possible. On the other hand, jadvance of the camp it had maintained If in the sea it would have been renfor several days. It Is Bald by those dered unrecognizable In a few weeks. who witnessed It that these young fel- Had It been In the possession of some lows, fresh from farms, shops, stores one shipwrecked, why bad it been left and pineries, went through the move- Intact? The conclusion wns inevitment of changing front on Tenth able that the shark must have fished s under Are, with as much It out from a compartment of some as a veteran regiment of regulars Harper's vessel. would bae done. Colonel Allen was Weekly. wounded and had two horses shot under him, nnd Lieutenant Colonel was severely wounded. Suspended Animation. Shlloh was the first experience of As we descend In the scale of nnl-mreal war that the Sixteenth had. It life we find that what kills tho (was a sorrowful experience. On the higher animals does not injure the field 76 of its dead heroes told of the lower. Cut a polyp In two, and you sacrifices they had made for an en- have two living polyps instead of one dangered country nnd its insulted dead polyp. Break off a lobster's .flag, and 149 more or less severely claw, and another will grow. You, wounded told another story of pain may, It has been said, freeze a fly, but v nd sacrifice. you cannot freeze it to death. There an exposed posi- are The Sixteenth held infusoria called tion at the buttle of Corinth, and These rotifers have many howed its mettle by keeping the ene- curious qualities, among which is that my back. Here It lost ten killed and of suspending animation for an intwenty-sevewounded. The regiment definite period without ceasing to 11 to. did a large amount of guard duty, Colonics of rotifers may be desic.inarching and counter marching dur- cated and rendered apparently lifeless, ing the following year, and was en- and In this conditions they may be caged In several actions of Impor- kept for months and years, and posin March, 1864, sibly centuries. A single drop of watance. It smd spent a month in Wisconsin, ter will restore them to life, and the leaving for the front again on April s will Instantly resume l 18. lu the meantime, Lieutenant their functional activity precisely at Fairchlld had been made colonel, the point where it was broken off. Reynolds lieutenant colonel and Capt. Harper's Weekly. ' W, F. Dawes major. The regiment army reached General Sherman's Neatt about a month after it had begun the great campaign from Chattanooga to A Washington man called upon a Atlanta, havlug traveled on foot a dis- charming but homely woman, who bad tance of 360 miles. It was assigned to not long before had her portrait paintthe army of the Tennessee, and began ed. The artist had done his work well, lighting at Kenesaw mountain on the from a friendly point of view, and the fifteenth. From then until the fall of lady was correspondingly pleased. Atlanta the regiment was in constant She was not, however, so blind as not and active service. The battle of Bald to see that the portrait was, as one Hill was on of the fiercest fought in might say, a trifle "idealized." that (rest cesapalgn. If not in the war. As ib exhibited It to her caller she The hill was taken and retaken sevaid: "What do you think of ItT Has timet, with frightful slaughter, not the artist rather flattered met" eral the men of both sides clubbing their The visitor looked at the picture, CBBSkets and fighting like demons. then at the lady, and with an eloquent ' The Sixteenth led la oae of these sigh answered: "Ah, my dear lady. charges. It bad for Its nearest neigh- how could a painter sit la your bor another Wisconsin rsgiuent, the pany and not" flatter yout" com-pancool-.aesFair-'Child nl " n wheel-bearerCol-pne- c lo much, but tlwy wl',1 furnish wleivLd fil lUwiy inny lo turner! unilr n.mture, as KTCon nLinuro, lti n fovomlifc fmi""i tiowirnw fwWeI In onm Ikt ,ln? lll lull as niufjli fort,illt cu'iUwutJon to the Und iv a oocr amp. Chili, Hartford iii.y of Hitidlt'S onwoi.,a? In The If at com at t,1ie !nfct euKUiit'Jwi is to uy Y. M. C. A. I1MX1., u.liuit ilifll. Take o'f a KY. the outer illUs of tltf (Inlll, unit put of imv.vji .i on y ill out thnc now twwn nuJi two rows of 00171, ,I..iy the com ly a wuily as imvIHle o th.it you can got the covuutm plutfU iirly In Ju'y. It tukus about i,hrqe peeks fof nwpea ?wl to V10 (U.jn.1. IMonth vt the lUUUyle of Orttinl If the irrowtji of cowjt-- J WiC iluubt omn In corn tit the list puitlT,ttjii W. H. &.J. F. GILLESPIE wtl.1 junre Hum fiiy for tha cot 11. U'l Unileir Jtoithero S01I. tirn belt rnjie Is a belter crop to tn cioxii aX the hvit ruVUvnjtiop. ie wtJ grow undir U10 ixxil wtaMirr of September 11ml Ootalt-r- , anil u climjiir than the seed Is mu.-J,ol W.tf.ioo'n Fiujner. AND REPAIR WORK KOD VAMJi: OK UlI'K CO UN. Tihe ood alue of the oorn !.int fast from the linw it ii out till ripe. The mm p'fint lias Its fuir rIz,c wihi n put, tli" on Uve InUl", iwMj Hi uIioheu win-vfl'lcd Up with food maUria!. I'fof. li 1h n K. l:uli lios fountl itiluut mtii)h dry nvUtt-In on ware of wliien fu't when i1,ie .19 tn five b tafca'iHl put. Wiliien eteszii, jWicre is :: niuuli there Js as snuii dry iuuAt In one acre as in Sour ueirr wf'rn Ju4 fu'.ly tapllel out. Kmni tJUs It I easy to ee tti.t Jf ii& mrn l out too o.irljr all vve gotB is SJuo frfuii work anil ivot the food fnutrir)ljil. The suriflt wuy la it it jilie com i to piUuit h id. Jf an tvur'y miiturJnK variety of iy,n Is Known in BOCXMrSKEM SUCCESS! tho Miutli It loses Its Hitl'c-'-l TVi seed corn )wurl ivs aUmttid In TtU to kalU -- n.lHlHM, AtrUlwUll mmkm roa oar iMrmaiiMit cnitomcr. -'fi'i the fla'd 4inJ ilrlwl .in 11 ronnm !' ".-"vl IMie Calfectloi M,Uklnd:T.iMs HKm?-rowsome stove heat. ttw trmt t Twal. T mUndld ; O.U., i ben tuii. U selee,! and uuncil In Uifts WfW, will lttM;MIrt.41nHt Balto tTsmUMtatll. Mentha thl Paper. Wrtf y; proluee Uvit a'lpwts: wpiMi au'ans iiorn with the giitalTt foI ..Uiu. ASENDMk10 b4 rMiv this valaall CENTS P,no,f. W. C. Palmer, NiOitJi 4 1st J i not uW twn iiv-im- w( lit special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Pressing Ladies work given Intc'c-ihora- o HARTFORD, GILLESPIE BROS. Proprietors lou mi-illUo- i 8 LACKSMITHING HAKTFORD, KY. Hiivu liain; CI. V. Join, liouto T., ltiirti Will nr.icillc UiB pnnftsalnn In U1I9 t!olirt Kill' And ftJjwluJng wunUJ. ComuiorclaJ font. V. P. IMrn. I1iuiIii villi Unit .Mi.mLiiy lu lVdtruury mid con j and OruuJi1.1l l'rrvcjtlw a Specialty. tintuiH iiinc tuna .Mwiitiy uAjru, Uilrd Atoll(lli in OUoUr two two wakn. 11. Wtildlnif, Juilsc; County Court.-- Il. W. 8. Tlnley, Clirk, C. Ii. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court iciivtnm first Moniluy in each month. HARTFORD, KY. Quarterly (Junrtirly Court lie tins on Uie fourth Monday in February, My, V. H. Uarroe 11ml C. Ii Auguxt und November. S111IU1 utiiitnuiw that Uwy Ikivo ionn-- a Court of Clulms Convenes flrnt TuesiarUT.'Ji!ai Xw tilie gmeRil lrac. day lu Jaiiuury and flrit Tulm1u.v In Octtiber. Uce of law, ozciqtt cnlniinftl and dlvwr B. Moxfiey, Other County Officerr-- C. casi, Mr. Sniltli bidiig County Aittor-rw- jr 6urveor, l''ordille, Ky., It. I'. Is irnviiUxl from iirJit'ciKK 8ch No. 2; liernurd V'eiix ,Afitinr, llurt-forMr. ItiriKB will individually Ky., Jt. I', D. No. S; liinry Leach, ccis Jn OIIIom ooctqtt UlJl praetloa SupeTlnttiidtiit, Hartford; Ur. A. U. lUley, Coroner, Hartford. Hartford Jtvimblicon bivlldlng, HartJUSTICES' COUNTS. ford, Ky. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monduy lu llurcli, Tueoduy after :rd Monduy in June, after 3rd Monday In Septembtr, Tunlv aftr TutuJny YATJCYL.MOSLEY, Jrd Monday in Dei ember. 0..,:- - ,sc"i Cioiiivull. Wedniilay after ... 3r1 MlT1.1ti. In Mn...l. l..l. Jrd Monday in June, Wedmrduy after ... .1 ..... !lP,l Xt.t.lou In U. ......,.. '" VT iiviiiiiii, weuiiefluuy ' arter Jrd Alondity in December. HARTFORD, - KT. John H. MIltB. Itotaport, Friday after Will practice his profession In all th 3rd Monduy tn June, FrJtluy utter 3rd Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, , cr.i'iiioer, rriuuy aner sru and In the Court of Appeals. Also NoMonday lu Lerember. tary Public. Office over First National aittr 3rd Monday lu Alurth. Saturday f Bank. uiie. Kuiumuy utter J. ?"" Jrd Moniluy In September, Saturday ttf. ter 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Uenfrow, Tune.lay after Kn, wk, vt), Barnes Mns. & Attorneys at Law Smith t. -- d, Attorney at Law ....., S3 t.is-selt- y, iuiuay niter 3rd? Monday In Auruih, Tumduy after 2nd Monday In November. I lllitllnu . ... . hi.. .!..... -"ittion. InWodnesduy nft.V the tetond .Monday "'"":,f 01 March utter 2nd .Monday WedneKduy after 3rd Monday In In Muy AuBuVt Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Notem- . x: " te'v.nwl'ir. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORO Ohio County I "?iriVilt rPl,nr'. 1'urdsville. Tuesday taH-wl- i ! ith-n- r Horseshoeing a Specialty. m inurniay 3rd Monday in August. Thursday 2nd Monday In KW,,,,.. " ""' , Y. Prompt Atten after All Matters Given tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS 2nd after SPECIALTY. Su- - MiJ'?"?!..iW,U .Wr day7v0r,?bVuy aner ind Hartford. - Ky. HAnTFORD POL1CK COUIIT. Judse; fi;. Attorney, J. I; John II. Wilson. nSy In'h1 u"a mon,i1ht0"V"'18 i!CtryMS?iUBC,l.TJ' and kill the LUNC8 CURE Dr. King's New Discovery WITH i cough PBICE " U- - WMllams, Mayor; AV. 1. .Moore, liome-giiow- SEEDS' lir J'u8. ft a. Coojt. folve?'- - U'- - Taylor. J. U,j,'. "an.ett. Chair-2IU5- ,' iltui! and iV SPECIAL OFFER: ItELiaiOUS SEUVICES. a.M Tn A. A ttM THal lottle Fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNfi TROUBLES. FDR ""'WOLDS OQUCH8 r'nS 8t m. ii (sl, MIBJIIimil. to-sti- lce monrlng every. Unl 1"1 third Sun-da- y month. Sunday School l'rayer b'0U,J'-Serv- GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OR MONEY REFUNDED. meetliiK mli miLint i J'"Mtor? every Sunday irn rlcu'tura 4alta Co'-Use-. MVWrArMrV fkit et lUtFIMIVii i uu m uom sS2"l,ff sciiooi paator. ihter ,T '""""K cv"y ,". Wed- - V,hUn'CHrS.f"'c,. ..," kM.w.iiH.i:iw,BftttoW.,ia.i Tlio iouilieail xytcm of nsjUlion i miking raisld )rotvxs In ol'i pr"l,s ' tiie nonntiy. Jrr!fla.!lon Is ;ui aurfuic, and (Ui Immense iimiilner of I'rowrins ox lu'iit.ng provlsJon fo,r this Koiit of Tlie cost iior iwixj ituijjrw from 1100 to $ir.Of nnd the s'rWei'vs iof a .THE plumlier are n.'rt noediid to iiiw,i'(l tiie SEWING cy.slem. Nutlonu .SVikiinin fund Ktitmi-- r MACHINE TUittNIP.S I'OIt NKXT WINTBH. OF TuriLljis for win tor utorJns (iviy bQUALITY.! sown in July aad .Vuxut. Two b tline jiouihIm per acre are r niiitnifL ii fly'il the iiowb uitj nften ? NOT limhes ulirt, to aoHltai'.e li:fe SOLD i HOm-:TJie wil Is mitlm UNDER broailcnt from July 'JU to .Utmost I, ANY wJi Uie crop Ls jjrown for .sVv'kn OTHER NAME. ISOICDKAUX 1.S A 0Ol) THING. ixypa wiltji the borSrofiy tJio tkin-htdeaux mWUue to pnivivnit iiit, ("V"1"1, WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. rte. lirui vust unit anUiratuios", wta-t- o If you purchnM) the JJKW HOMK you will rot and hllmht, fiiaifius jtnu,lVp "t liavo a llfo asset lit tlio jirU-- you pay, und will maVm, I'liiumlk r.s, iitc, sin nM b not have an endless chain of repair. lai'irJly jirc ivjf.O uy tluvi y applliviitloui 11 . r Quality .1 of this mlxtuio. o ovi:uiii:ai) iuiunArrioN. "'" Mi u J J NtMM, torbM with mf klf mh vsrwu m a ai, ruaw. w. i Sunday Scool .,hP,Ch.urchsrvIc8 n.tlTBt month at 11 a. r.J " "'"" Z " wn"1 and Sunday In 7v m "very fourth "': ?.4"u i;. SECRET SOCIETIES. Keystone Chapter No. 110. meets every third Saturday It. A. MIn night wCVJ.."l,i- - Jo!,n T- ilUhl'rles ihisley. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. M. o. E. a ... .uuiiii oiunuay even- u iln. : ApA"". w.m. miss J'iyer. LoU!B No- - no- - Kn'Blita of rjthUs. N',y Sr,i",l8.Urkk' C' c--' Hartford' Tent No. , K. O. T M Uluh'tV . ""'. t,"rd Thursday CominanUer. U i. b 01 eman. llecord Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. , L. O T M meets every first and third Friday nlelit Hartford Lode No. ns. K. meets first and third .Monday 4 each month. Owen Hunter. W. i'. iortinan Secretary. V A M Electric Bitters k is the best over ., 1? Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Uof FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine ever sold druggist's counter. iu pitW ev-r- ?"$ un,,r"t, Very Serious and have the I (or given you. For this I reason urge you buying to I be careful to get the genuine I one medicine wrong one we in It is a very serious matter to ask Kecord Keeper. '"Y''" ..? "&& l&X i'T O. O. 1 "'Ltdy F.. meets In nlKht nu u. lourtn ay Shocking Sound. are soniinKs Jiainl ,boforc a. Horrible oariiliijuulvp, that warulnj; of the comlnff peril. NiatuivVs wiariilns are kind. Th.a dull pain or aohe In the boek warns you the Jvlilncyri jiotd at- tentloii If you would vvij tlvise inal.iiilic, JJrtiy, OVulxitivs or In tlio ear,tJi ilw-t'orot- is llrltfht'ft disease. Tfike IJIoqtrlc Ulttcs at once and Jee Uucluu.be itly aivd ail your bivd feellowi .roturn. "uMy .son ul great bsnefit fnom fwutk. .. , . . kidney and blurt lor I'eUir Iloiuly, Soulji ltflckWiood 21iio.i.( 8'7,0uO niuYui In 'Uie ile. Oo'nb)ln.ed "11 js certainly a jtneut kldmiy jiuMHuln.' mil'.Wm ,ilol!a,rn. value vj- - tjxjty-v- s Try It. JO cents at Akl JrugaUiits. j Muliltfilniij; wimty Uyiils tin ool mining oounliiH wkJi ah aveivmo pro- Some Facts About Kentncky. auctln of 2t$lSfiiO Unvt inr jri.r. "Not tlie oldest nor )r--t llw jfmnKCt; t not tlio Jlehoht or llw jooijrtj not )mt taive tlie la.ni.Oit Jiur it the 1 FOR FLETCHER'S It 0U In aM( iricn aivd wom?n, for JoukH I01- for UUds uid hUi and liurdx, hapjiy JinmOK and laMlaiM Jiuits, ttv A vast lunoiwit of ill hualth la due to beat Jiiiw oiuUlde of Huw(ii Uw; (Jr-ImptUicd dlui'fitioH. When Uie alo,nuich I.oivl ovtr .nuwle." functlntyi jnow.'y o licvfoini M 22,18,127 aewvs of KiCMtui'ky are ln,foJls o,f wliWi U,XU,m ore Ampixpd. jUie whole syntem becomw deranged. A farm Hlr.uinsfow do- - of Cliiiibertaln'11 'l"ublet I Tlw SUle liau inoro Uuui J.ny utlicr lvjisu-- Iuyu lu (.Ko (Unit- all you iioed. Tlmy will ttwvrUien your Invliioiute your llvor, nad , dire&kni, ed tpivti. yqur UoiwelH, eutluJy dolUB rcjUltU Tlu) average iUae of a fitini wUJi Uuat lulfcemble due 3,!ib6. Tilke avtrnu away ifjt iiu!pinn.t( 1 vului value of Ivm kuid per aav 1" to fiuiVty fd.lffeiitlQn. Try it. Uuny othiwhy er luive been pttrmaeuivUy cui-$213. Tlie coin ci op is Uie UufxX 0; any not ypuT Ffr mye by 11 IKaiMyt, 11 'Vi-y-- tholr use Tor trouble," .writes Ohio Trlba No. lte, Imp. order Had day nlKht l Wlcl, nionth. i:ui Fos. BUck-DraugH- T I'- -A '"--Uerlords.C"U'm- of Hartford Caniji, AV. o. Y. Liver Medicine 'UUIl S.u"i.hJy" 1.""1 2lhV Kry Tim.V.'i1'.,'".0.1.', ! C"""11 Coiuiimii. The reputation of this old, reliaW"Ua"': '''"K. W. O. WallJci ble medicine, for constipation, inI'reston Morton Post No. 4, a. Considered digestion and liver trouble, is firm?hiU" rv.sV,ur rtufday befiro ly established. It docs not imitate it is the ford Mill,. Commander; J. M. Rogers, other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the faCheapest v?!!ieV.,J.l.V' vorite liver powder, with a larger "roJe- - Wnoilinen of the Sale than all others combined. in the end SOU) IN TOWN Ir- uu"-- ! Fa IvJidlo'tonfcier'.-r- ' to buy. .Smis'ilnu Hlvu No. 12 I., u. T. M. If you want a sewing machine, write for m:it 0V4iry first ami t,iliri i.:rl i.ly nB,. purchase. ourluttct catalogue before-yoIn sli nioivtli. ,.Mif. Att Be New Home Sewing Machine Co, Orange, Mass, I..vly Coimnaiwh r; Jli.s. ,i;. ..MlMnlik', Uuy J.wviul KtMiiKir. Ladies! ; ave Moaey and Keen ia lUiusrli mver Ivihie No. Ho KmlirhLs Style by Readisg McCall't In Ki?jtu(iKy iiml is va,ViOd (i,t ilfty-I- x of i'yiU.v.i8( in.-- ts nvery Tu'lviLiy nfeht. Magazine and Using McCall Patterns minion doliir jutujy, 'hfi uiuc of one 11. 1.. Liynor, Vt V., J. Ney K. Kcai'sMsiKlstntlt liln'y-tliri- o toUaqiw tuop in wUnrt yru.r' of Jt. & S. MKAILS MASAZINE Ih'Io ruu ilri' 1 doiUUfi. at a moilrruto mlll'ion iwpcmu by kt'i'plnir 'niiure are iiloiit HU7.0O0 Jwiriyw and abo it A. B. rim pun Ml on tho r-0'"- 1 ,""! j. ltor nil-hlil- y a atj Children Cry CASTORIA 1 1 NaUonal Offlcen: M. F. Sharp. Narrm. Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. Secretary.Treaurr-- S. V. Kump, lnd. State Officers: H. M. Fromun, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice President 8. B. Robertson, McLean county. s. O. P. Roenier, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat. tKi Qravcs, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Hoard nf Tllrtwlnra ltn XJUatunn Ytr- ren county: C. M. Burnett. Ohlo'roun. ijr, a. i. iiriram, orucaen county; 11. K. 1. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: H, U Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford, Ky. Presldent-Sec-Trea- t'lln.ilili, luriitinatliiit I'll nil linmn iiml ii'f luiiul inalifia. Onlr U'fu--n )cnr liirjinlniir, n lMitiTii. riub-irrtle Unlay i.r Mini lsassBsisjEisssnBswci fninamiiSo louy. McCsll rlt,rt n ill rnnlilo yrm In mnkn In your tlutbrs iiinl tut. U .Now Kn.M111.11 IH'sIimis In cjiIi lv.i:i. AImi hirst fashions In Ir I Tomiclf uml ihililij'ii nl.lili mil lio t'l'rlrtt In Mylomicl (It. I'rh ji.nt. IiIUit tliuUli, ! (uuts Hiuiil fur Irno l'.i(Trn tataloijuo. ( Ws Will Cnt Tsa Fist Prtuslt for letting sab' rvrlptioiitsiiioiiif luiirlrK'iuli. furkca I I'rt'iiilmn Cnialnvue oml I nli I'uxu Oiler. Til HcOui. mmi, 239 It 249 W 37th St, MEW MK uwi liuiiiu.HlUil'iif.-iiniitniuil- i'lolliliu'f.,r I tilns COUNTT BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. I. U U. Tlchanor, Hartford, It. F. O. No. I. S. K. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. . M. a.Pattraon,,Olaton, Ky. 1. B.'U'AlforO.iWblte Run. Ky. f. Richard Pinner, Taylor Mlnea.Ky. t lIaaas,PiisMiraaay TYFfilUTIWsTasl Is BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY, tu.rnsMMt ass rsanpfssatrtoae vSsfgugSg). sswtsitU. THERE IS ONE GOD Children Cry for Fletcher's - AND ONE MEDIATOR The World Church Needs Needs a Mediator, Advocate, i 'Inc Iviml on Ilavo Always Untight, nml whirh lias born iu itso for over ;JO years, lias borne tlio f.ls;niitiiro of ami lias liecn made under liN jicr- """1 bupervlsion .slnee Its Infancy. LJCrjCrJ7-yh- , y &W, Allow-31- one todcrclvo.vouln this. ,77 All Counterfeits, Imitations mid ".lust-as-ood- " nro hut i:.!erlments that, trllle with and wiiliiiigfr the hci'llh of Infants and Chlldrou li.xiioileneo njjulnst Hviierluciitt Pastor Ruscell Addressed I Sff Two Largs Audiences In Stockholm Yesterday. Left to Fill Lecture Appointment In Copenhagen, Brussels and London. 0 Is for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Sjrnps. It Is ilfa.tntit. It Opium, 3Iorphlno nor other 'nreotlo ciitit...ns neither MiiiM.uiri'. Its njjo Is its guarantee. It destroys Worm :uid iillajs revorishness. 1'or more than thirty yeurs It lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation,, J'iatu'.'iioy, IVIiiil Co'.k-- , all Teethln-Troubles nntl Dlarrhiva. rcL'tilattw the Stomach It ... .. - lim.i.ls- I...II..1.... 11... J'UIHIi plviiifr liealtliy and ami JIlllllllllt- lllll natural Bleep. Ilto Children's Pauae Tho Mother's Frleud. r 1 What is CASTOR Castorhi a liiirnilcsi ptih.,titu(e IA eK th PeBBw H,ifl Stockholm, August -- . raster Ktisocll of London 'rulmriiiielu In two liirtj consrowitlotis lioro .Swedish nml , Cupciilin-Ben- left for - j i W GENUINE CASTORIA rBears the Signature of ALWAYS 2L&0&&u V The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt CCNTSUft COMPANY. TT MUdlStr iTHCtT. MW YOBK CITY. POSITIONS GUARANTEED sot tuo requlrou for our pruduntus. As toon number of studentd ttila ollorwlll bo withdrawn, so ut ouco lor particulars. wrltu v$-?a?i- a position lr ninny moro WE will GUARANTEEWensneedonortuoua durmind ouco to supply tho wo you you i T3fa7yp COL.L.'KOE inns BUSINESS OKU. W HCUWAKT7. riTnuRnnn r.ouisvirrc. icy. -- r i Lite" Kimhcm (Iron rciligrrnl ScrJ hac a reputation ol yljcarsot behind llicm. Ilpuya ttf tucrcsslul scrd Krouing phnt tliebnl. Seasonable Spectahln: T!uAb'i "Full SEEDS ol . It 50 Bushel . . 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Lat-j- k st styles, patterns, drcssmakiai;, millinery, nredlewoik.hjlrdressln);, plain sewing, .ctUjurtte, good stories, etr. Only M cents a year (north double). Including a rreo pattesn. .Subset.'?!) today, or send lor sample copy. WONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS toAprnts. IVistal bring premium catalogue . ami new cash prize otlcis. Address JM McCUX CO 233 to J W. 37th St. NEW VOW McCALL PATTUNS Setvetnth Stretest. WASHINGTON, D. O. r ' BUCKBEE'S r BULBS ' BULBS SUCCtED! - i ' a H'ruiai.Dt rtrUt - w IU rnnko you uuBxanteil or ou 1 Hjt Uf Action our . "" money rt'iunaivi r.rKWiimi. vrrtw. Made to ball Ncwr BudnM. - tL. FJLbIu LuMtirui w(i. otZ llrMlsmtti. lWhi Uit lrUA HirUs. rirlKU, HiKai Ksos'4'OD.t'rtMttS.CsilusMjotfti Iris, Aswsa. tlstTsMlU. NartlHUi, DstU Tkillf, fstrot Tulip, VrU(stJ 1SU Tulio. OuIU. rpMca. tswu Ml DwVi4 IJjmUIU. lit, lrrriL. 1 1 Ij tsnr isn't", " P"rt dn wiiu or iSvilu lor obuin wVrlcv. Iww to l 1 ..nriinrnNnDEftNDIO..'!lhl'.l. w li uut lrc reri. rupyrttfhu. JUiha Jirttt V.HH H'asthfton wiw WABtxnaTori. u. Uut. trolo iura, , IN ALL COUNTRIES. Mention this Ptotr tVrte satsast'saksa'Sasaisasas, HtXrLJ 3A WLIMH to-d- I I Money and cfttn ikifahnl. Patent and lairlngiment Practical Exclusively. Writu or como to Ll at Tit ElfUh Itrwt. asar Cilud Stats rtttas 0sm, m (, tnfHts)if r Muiu, raaiDstia. l ps.sl"C ! rsot. this tsluabU sulUstlaai . ..'.-uiiiiaar vtist sittr dui siimrtwi. asutrawiiisL ... twuak. )kttl tut. m9 . ..I r TTV.-7.t ,n .i... W I 1, IHtlB WAilllnU or BOMS, imu m f sniV4 minimi in coiUBtnvnuea im vhiiii, sasoasHittivitastisuii a j ! esHwiij sua into flsWS lUivsJt d nwi sum vstMSV lltTbMiis n tr4 iuvf cnub. of im s4. Tu tmw sjmm uiwia (untr, sH. W. IkrtWrM IMS MOUtI IT. BOCKTOaM), IU. ' 7ec9JnarAi Si ".&Z3Szazr l a . .- t rudiiiuivdf Jj i -J I PUMIFUL tNUSilALL r& 'Jcwfow Gnzn2iJtneJJ tfswWcAifi, fin!,,.' ZL"T4aj J2Qvn4 Green, !$'. SymyoSr earth, and every creature will have opportunity of return to tho Father's Hotibe. The wilfully disobedient wltl be destroyed in tho Second Death. "We Have an Advocate." It will be observed that the Church Is separate and distinct from the world and developed ns the ilody of the Mediator. The Church is called to become partaker of her Itedeemer's sufferings anil His divine nature. She was, by nature, "children of wrath even nsoth era," hence needs Divine mercy also. The Invitation of this Age Is to suffer with Christ, to suerlllce earthly Interests and hopes, to lie dead to the world with IIliii, and thus to be made sharers with Him iu Ills heavenly glory mid Kingdom. Hut none Is worthy to osTor sacrifice uor could God accept Imperfect sacrifices; hence the Divine provision is that we present our bodies to the High I'riest for sacrilice. He then becomes our Advocate, and, lu harmony with the Dlvlno will, accepts us as "His tlesh" and sacrltices us ns such, Imputing to us of His own merit to cover our blemishes. Thus the Church Is "accepted lu tho Beloved." Thus suffering with II I in us Ills members, we receive also a share with Him In His reward as members of the Body of Messiah, the Mediator, Prophet, Priest and King, through whom God's blessings nre soon to be dispensed to the groaning creation, uuder the terms of the Now Covenant. Au appreciation of the Divine arrangement helps us greatly to estimate our privilege of suffering with Him, that we may also rolgu with HI in. en-tir- e i family a Tho Tllivil'le Tidlrur fitUad to pat out siys the ctiir is tntlrWy top in,r a in.i r ti'ds mc U, Wii Incliltnt isavlni; to Jioli any kind of a atjorm, o been 0 Tooketl in Uie .cUinMt wjikh follow tlio Lrttmlng lit of n pa;e ad The posioftlco lias iroiv,cn to bs onn by a 'jhxiI niLTciliant. i JVj v of the aoolcest i'oico3 In I o this unimr, Ulo fluo Iialrp ilrtiwn a?l On '.ist I'riday nljiH ,SJm nintl-r- s Uu warm wjiUita- up f!ii3 nWmmpy. siw ti ta.r fajl In tlto .vlujnlty if Un." o Wild Onlcn ihous?, urail lias Wt XVjfis Peck wont to thp f,i'ill for CfSrrpJ.ieo In his Hfiion. lit! day morrctrg ami mw RUirprCedd to Jml to iitiirn .wltli It tils mule almost to,ta.'ly pnTOopil lfl ' -0- -' s mornltis eVry wtnas. For a taw deputy eonstabV brings ,1)110 news Tli if litis been stajndlnff liy a the mule Ta.f,t kriow Unit tliey nnj fains to oa.tl;:tr a pl'o oJT rIUc1b niU lldfi't lw Is iLnvltin,Ul on August 1st. Tlie ) notice the anpnaah of Uie v.lae. reault mas In iu'J of tlto yapiets the o - lt.:im; iliyoff and Stm Kilmers ,man Hitiln Tilicxe la always hu btte T.tft liis luard of It before around that can telt you Junt Jtvirut now.. you wvuitcd to knoiw. Tllieao intn are o (XoitrvpeUbarjs the Bftvitet tlie public Hllneiy I locks Juls bouglt a suit of .'ibraxy an1 tlio luiatnUjed tltitociuxy olollrt.s tuid lias gX liU lia.tr uut In un have. effort to e'twlo the iteputj- - coiistbl;. TJiU completa'y auiitibj.vt SMney. Fnlsby Hancock ,stantfid on liU trip o Monday morning. Ho to fTlvonderaUon v. Jn an attempt to amd Ills life When the foreordained number of a naVitUe of llat Smith, liv- went afoot and evipeqta to walk tfic ills members shall have passed to Him ing to Um CUf UlUs n.".ljrli.U)rJi(O0d put four miles this woek. He took his beyond the veil, then the great Mediwjth him, as all th I'tili'.s chair on Uts ovnniMu,t a,ud lutMvy iuiU. ator will be completed. Then In TiIiundena,tlon ana ooqujiltvl at jUils -o- will be applied on behalf of Un peddV.ir vlslttrl" file Bcptlon season fo ,tha year. Tli the world, and Divine Justice will acitli,ls week, and liruiiUt .with him ransom-price- . cept that Thereafter the world will be free from the death sen- u the flrest U'at Jins bo.'n ,T;h blacksmith at Tlckviik'e dleil a tence. Forthwith Christ will establish yji in this .sxitUvi. U tU,trfV-'t,f- l it few days aso, but the TddlugH of iViat His Kingdom for restoring all that was Sood dtial of attention and .was put place did not hae muicli to Kfiy aliout tost lu Adam. It, as the tMuckfitixltli tWd not bq';ve No louger will it be true that the , in , world lies in the Wicked One; thenceforth the world will be tinder Messiah's Kingdom. Satan will be bound. The Finally Recovers Kvmryboily looks Into an old ukstorji. knowledge of the Lord will till the o -1 loi-.t! La-FJP-llnh.i-,- s .10-3blood-atoneme- give sin freely without requiring the death of Christ as a basis for reconciliation. We are to forgive those who trespass nnlnst us, because we do not occupy the place of Creator and Judjje towards our fellows, and because we ourselves are sinners like others. Tor the Creator to forgive sin nml remit Its penalty unconditionally would be to admit either that the Law nnd penalty were too severe or that man was Imperfect In his creation and unable to keep a perfect law. Justice Cannot Admit Either Premise. Divine Justice cannot admit either premise. Man was created "very uood:" ami the Law was reasonable, and the penalty Just. Tor God to have overridden the Justice of Ills own decree would have opened the door for trmisKresMons on the part of miRels. for each eroaturo mlpht justly claim the privilege of sin and forgiveness. This would rltintu Justice. Instead. God manifested Ills love by providing a satisfaction for man's sin, a substitute under the penalty Jesus. The I.o'joi was made llesli, and died willingly; "for the joy that was set before Him He endured the cross." The Joy included tho work mentioned in our text and also Ills own exaltation to the right hand of yivlne Majesty. Thus the Man Christ Jesus laid down an imforfelted human life and received the divine nature and glory far above aligns. The human life laid down is to he "a ransom for nil. to be testified In duo time." (1 Timothy ii, G.) Hut that due time has not yet come nor has that sacrilice been appropriated for mankind. Hence "the sin of the world" is not yet taken away, nlthough as the Mediator. Jesus has laid the price of human redemption in the hands of Divine Justice. Jesus nwalts the gathering of the Church, over whom He Is Head. He, with the Church. His Body, will constitute the great Mediator, who will the New Covenant, after completing Ills "better sacriflces." (Hebrews Ix, 23.) The flrst of these was His own flesh; the remainder is the tlesti of Ills Church; thus He said to Saul of Tarsus. "I am Jesus whom thou persecutest" See also Kpheslaus Kiel, Ilrus-hol- s nml London. We report one of tils addresses from Timothy II, 5, 0: imSlOR RUSSELL) "There Is one God, nml dm; Mediator between God nml mini, the Man Christ Jesus, who Bitve Himself a Itmisom for all, to be tcMtllled In due time." Many wonder why God does not for- mi 1 The picnic season is rapidly approaching. We wish to 'announce that v?c 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. i? ITHE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN! Hartford, I -:- - entucky. jfc ; ! t Hogwallow News. . . t .v front paircli of wsu.tlv,r at one trrow warmer, and within n f v utas aftsr It was put u,p, tho Tontnttster lu.il sont .lnni tor IXs palm Ppf Cam. In opqr.i.'.Ion jeft-offloe. on tlw TliO the HOUSEHOLD HELPS o TVbo MosVry Is lul!din,g hlnv3,f aril iorm olVir. CnltUcit Hb"lts i too SUGAltlNO A1' D0UC!HN,L"I1S. jou w4 ih to siifi-- w cit bomctoI In It uq'l for a a tvl'ir 'ns , ilnujrhnur 3, and t?li.akrr minute. to pno;t;nGT ii.opns. . Glue pieces of tviX or plopcs of olJ rubber to the bottom of tlwclifiir lo9, and itharo wlM bo no tqlilraits.-)iCf- l Cloors , ' and ikas nolsf r"TUY,""iiJ THE"silA(pE. ho,w iwiorstqd paraninits' When waalulns.w-lnltnot dry In thy' sun, for tli's will turn .theim yellow. Dry In Uia Bhanie oT In tihe Jipuse i do PEA.GH SHORT .CAiKE. Prepano a rloh lie cfwf. tuid ro-'thick. Spread In' a lopij, Clait pan t bake a light brnnji, and quttii criap. Sp,rod with butter whUe stlll hot and Hiv.-sprinkee UUarpj'ly .wAtli sugar. ripe psaohcis, a'ac1 un4 woll augured. Pile .upon the cruqt and sctnye fvlthf whipned orcam. J LEMON ICE. a'rg i Put In a yoasel haf o. pound ot sugar, wiitih u quant ot cold water; grate Jn the intrad p a Hro lanion or of two amx'l one,s, stiuoezlnt; In itilve Juice ot .thraj (lfiiniu pr four siaaS ones, and with the siii.tu.'a bxit tog'aUi'or for five mdmiuiteB, Itimtp; (It may require a lltit'ie more igar); strain Into the freezer and prpoad oxncV.y i as far Ice crvam. pow-doned TO REMOVE W.tvJtn SP,Ld,NT,EIV5. Woman From Nervous Breakdown Impoverished nerves destroy many people before their time. Often before a sufferer realizes what the trouble is, lie is on the verge of a" complete nervous breakdown. It is of the utmost importance to keep your nervous system in good condition, as the nerves are the source of all bodily power. Mrs. Anna Kotinz, 211 Mechanic St, Pueblo, Colo., says: "For many years I suffered from ' U:isJnK nervous prostration; I was unable to lot IU wujilcf bo Known to do any house work and doctors Uils ,ba'J. The oW bo'J that utanOVj on failed to help mc. Remedies I mtar by lias no o'mppsr tried from druggists did not do aiiuUu'r iuuI iiui bo used, by tho.e who do no: me a particle of good. A neighbor told my husband about want a drink. -- o Dr. Miles' Nervine HU' and lie procured a bottle. After the Tho slrmliu; IkAld ut tho first few doses I showed a marked churuli last TUnl SutifJay ,was mt hi improvement and after taking two bottles I was entirely cured. I have v.iry wet'l aUentUd, us It luvJ binie been perfectly well for years and KeiRtra;iy known wilio lift was ktVjik to cannot praise Dr. Miles Nervine sliu,'. Hldjuy llaeks wus tho only ono too highly." itrtilousiy afficU'U by the musfto, It Jiav-lii- tf If you are troubled with loss of auswd ,hl iuuVj to btik inn&, appetite, poor digestion, weakness, inability to sleep; if you arc in a general run down condition and Hartford Druggist Deserves unable to bear your part of the Praise. daily grind of life, you need something to strengthen your nerves. Co., ilnsorvos The Ohio County JJm You may not realize what is the matter with you, but that is no reason prjOso from Hartford poila for why you sliould delay treatment. hera ljio slinjilo bucliJiorn ba-'- a .spnter hns boen (trJwn dc?p Into tho hand, it may be ux.trtac&O', It Is KJ.W, by means of stiamhus- - Near. h ly fill a totUu ,WlUi hot Dry weather has .been prevailing Jn water. P'aco the Injured part pvwr Uie or a rvenaf; iwuolqs. J,t Is mouth of the baittW and ppus. llitly. this sectl'ui bo'JcAcd tiliat a tuw uood taiklm; lul.'ts Tlio auQLlon wljl draw liio ti.vii Vwit would do away w.llh this uroutlu Into .the neck of the LqUIo and In a o .wtlll cxtifiot tho ahont tfxni the iTIw proprietor of (the moonnhlno has splinter anJ Uie Infl'inuiAlon ,tontltW. put a bi',1 on a 'ta'4 iust mar by, TIME T.VltU'3 X?OU COOIUNO. for Uie use of vls iixtron,s wlito are I to a mln. j wauthig a diink wJitlu lio hap,ic.na to do f tu 3 0 to S mln. K:,'K3 (aott cuikqd) bo iihsont, and iUw pab'iV: Is ti.'iiuostol wide-mout- Iit li; Intro-duolii- ff K o,s A,llt'-1-kand glycerlno mlxturo, v,nuly ftrjst This Umplo Gernwui lias proven its value in nervous disorders for thirty years, and merits bWJUiia famous by curijiK ajipoinJljltl.s a trial, no matter liow many other and It ha now been iUcovtcU Xlvvt A remedies have failed to help you. or t,tomaeJi, SINOI.K DOSU reUevevs Sold by all druggists. If first bottle falls to benefit your money li returned. Bas on the atomach an,d cpiwUisULlonl MILKS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Rli&uu U Is ttw oaly ronvedy aviilth S I WonU. l. i' never fuiU. kiyj-wT- i a. Dr. Miles' Nervine Xt to 10 mln. liond cookud( (Tih'M Jiot to .be holled, but ol0tvnl lt fk'mvl In baJ'Ins iot ,water.) 15 mtn. Youaj; bjuts 1 to 2 Jwurs. SUVK b aivs (.nover tmidur; ,.3 .to I lira. Old Itleo iiuddlns ..'.',..... ;3 to 4 liours. 3 o Ml mln. Muiinonl 1 to 1 l- -l Jim. I.lm i Ufuia J) to aJ mln. .Vsiut-airu- a Pep, (dttfwtvdlny on Hge) ,,15 to 30 mln. V to CU m!n. CatrtMffo 30 to 41 mln. Turuljm 43 to 60 mill. O alarm 33 to 33 mln. SpltvuJi 12 to 20 mln, Oro.ji cirn . l.. ". 30 to Si mln. Gauilflowtr SO Ulue tf 23 mln. , I" W mill. ltroail 12 to 21) m!n. IVtuult Ooms (,,X .to 30 ;iiln, (S0 to 35 mln, ConyjaJto (If Uilck 20 lo 30 mln. Olnserbrtiad t,,'&) to 30 mln, Oako (Uyvr) ,, m d'i. Cako )Htf( 30 to 00 mill. Plus ,.,,. BnVs 2 s ,....; ...,.. .,...... ,... f ifi I Ijockwood. Uicw, Wojivli's Vi i" bikorn over by thio It"(llnnUJ Cfiufr.i'. Mr Ourloy Is popular nvnil ,pronln.int In Uic JJrot.lnrlvTio'1 nf I'iniii'fli'l W" .lnM IfVi Uu atvl oouMnuntei'.j K'n l Uu Vv.iU illv.'rtUm 11.1 n'vsi.v'iuy wo a MILLIONS ACQUIRED BY AN OLD MINER Are Bequeathed to Joe Knoxville Auctioneer, frl 5rv-t!! lrrn.flirT. On I. C. Road Is An Ohio County Man. Interesting Story of How Will Curley Saw of tho mint oorniinii nlliiv"nls Viat hanl working p'np.10 nro aftlUi,tl wlUi Is Jnjlid bu'k. Apply CIv.imlnrVi.ln'A !In.'mnt twice a doy aivl moijre the purt,3 tliormi,hty at wtoh appllo.vtlon, ami you wljl t iiulck reltof. 1'or .ila by all Do.iIurs. Oiu 3-- Harris, a Prov- Saturday, August 31 OPEN ed a Friend in Need. KaoxvllV, 6(J 1nn., Aiiff. ll.-l- oi Jlir-rl- j, First j'to Organize at Lexington. l'.t Mvlrwton, Ky., Aiw. "Jl. Thn Co.in'y JVoiirvMlvi! 0.nwitt,? for th.j mot "iara toilay wyl o"mla nmifilffn by 01 ,urM I A. Iluoluio, a 1 N)-fr-- .iiro 11 Train. rUtur.l ty The I.oiiUv,tt' 'Mnwx Jiwt n hard to ptuc.Viprr.aph jVllr- Curley as It Is to Mi4d.c a bud' bronco, nd 'Milt As Wio wuun his Ins very In.tliu.ito friends call lilm "M'1 Hill " but you Ivul better bo sure yo'i are prlU'lged before you n,ttenpt Mils familiarity, or pu aru liable to bo Jsmale 'called" for It. Xhls Hfcvltonv-mi- t to explain the soenilng stlCfnosp pf the poe In the ikUire Imrcwltth jwnvwrrteil. Mr. Curley lelns (Ciiinem flliy It was ncccwaty to "tike" liliu by HUb)Uirfiu-,- i nto Htatvllng up so be whs Invatel'. (the Hunpqslitloi n4ra.ln.st n Willi that he was o lo iniwniroJ tor st(tur. llefore he luad lime lo "dic,k" He was snapped by The Times tyliobgTOiiViar, and .thus is an mg-- r public pUen opportunity to piae Upon bjLs "cauntqrf-,i- t presentment." Mr. Cunlcy la one of the beat known "iui lnost iinfilnins pf the (lMli'in. II? HVnaVs Centnil, liotiliviliU was born atiiil "rased" An piulo uoun- ty. Ky.. In .the v.u.liuty nf Ciimy fTliU Curve, named Cor his finely. pate is on his "run" to Ii, huts1,, ll!1 ' he gots frequent BlIiniKsea of Ills boy- liool haunts as be fs!fiis.li(0,s iby on 'lils on- ,t mid: lam .Is 11. iItt Klne. di7tvir, nnil ynt, He Is a tavrt-- s the beginning lie wri .Just as ifiy of 11 hi 1 -- loeomollip us lie ttUU Is of ivunw.1. Apropos of this Jils full mds te'il Vie f ' 1 living stoiy on Win. At the lliiu the i'x K. & (J, iroal wi nwt at Uie ciurt Iiuumt In Ilartfo'd, Auartieit Ul, 1312, .it bull, he was n hlmple country la', Ivy., on working on his fithor's farm from sun 1 oVl'iock p. m., for tho purpose of Wre offer One Hund-o- d Diollars provli'oiirf of tho out the to wn, with no otli iti timliVtilmi tlmi to earryli.ir for any case of Cn,Virr!i (that cm-no- ,t by tins llvuh'ljan till the foV. Tlws ith1 p,usw,d fiisj to r solution be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. fie o d liionic plaoe, and the opening of State Ccnitml- Coranitce for F. J. CHUNEY" & CO., ToUido, 0. u big veiit U) t,ho prtjpio a'l .it u ia..!n;j hild In IjouLvilp, Ky.. It VDWe, the underlined , lmie 'known !' 1t.l1.3r on Aiu. ", and to tr.ui'iaut .ui along tJio Jhi.'. th J. Cheney for the last 13 yara, aril bo trtory gov, bus'jiesa whMi iray qom up Uino Ul'il, At that the lleve him perfectly lionoiab'.e In all busi-ns- s of tlw committee. ca'.lul b'al. who w.is constd-r'Johad a trans.ictlons and ttriajjlolly. able 10 C4jry niJinbsr of t,Uu ivumtullttu Of course, just as rustic :ii her Jkuu. carry out any obligation made by his first train aira tatly ur 1 to s prM:n,t In piwi.i Ulfl l:al to tike Si." to WoJillnf. Klnaian & Jlamn, l up 'iiulo to th? .ml ni by ,proy, hs tUU U a hjiuj'is firm. so by. He Wholesale UruaslV.s, Toledo O. f is' .lin p'a'e In a tiillor'm Wiiilow or buy rake, .the cdoscvst Uilns o,n the pi.uinUtir and oae In w.hloh HaVi's Catirrh Cu.ro Js .Liken InternjJ- - a A'l to a bucrsy, and .H'artiid V)Ji rp'.tif. rmiierj Itpubl"un iliould bi intT oli.se boy on n Jark. ly, acting dlr-ctlupon the b.ood and He siiiu. know that e.vprt k?iwUl.za tJicy could aee tlie "Iron Jiomj" K;iil IL?pub:l.uJT.s ar lniiUd to It! p.x.'Sjiit. AiT.L'n aklra; you to tJ piant In mucoui urfao-.- of the .sj.sta.n. TovU ot cnoirhi, Klf, lVJ"tli: g (r tuiy otlir by. ArrivJji at tho p Ant pf monlals sent frei PrJco T3j per bottle. foil are not ot ituch Imiioflance that 1:1 unti.!r.c.hed Die Uivtv, nmd li.il Ii'ii paraon, 1 am, Sold by all Drujwlsta. Very a'4ncr,oiy our.s, bu.shiws filiouM b- - nejtl'iutud for ithrim. on to a trfe. tb rejolnid Take Haifa Family Pills for n. 13. MAiailN, dh'm'n. He slvu'd know and bellqve Ui.;t the uzbt. of the liiay iike ,to wait for '.hi ".in honest man Js tlie nublqsjt woik tr.Un. jttor n while Sj, wlho find Free Trip to Farmer Boys. ot Gol." Udjify, kiW: EAST VIEW. Hs shouVl know that It Is be.st fur "ail!, I .tUnk jou'd UqtUT pufl this Jarrua L. Dont, secretary ot the KenAi.t. 27. lira. Mary Coflrm, nf fIiyl,or htm not to have anything to do with rig awuiy, lor I'm klnfl uVktvoil tucky SLLte Fair, has. wrltiton asking 'ar Mtnoa, wint the rast two wvks with fast WT.mon. That tliqre ,lvou'l nut ba fiat that fxwky bijlne P'ts'it junip pffn that boya from Ohio aouunty onUir the Mr. S. It. French. oti'j tanlaid for women uid anothjr the tiiatk and run into as." Farmer Hoys' contest for tha beat U. J. Rravali itrahs-aotn- d Messrs. W. T. for msn, acqnlriacAl Of course, Bl'J sfArantly on tlhe aubjot, "Our J Ionia Harm" buln'va at FordsvllVj Monday. He .s.hou'id know that if he llvs In itlue request, boliv,' ol'tso 11 JUfiti Jnitd On K boys between the ajjev) of fit loan ,Mr. IjUtlier Coli'ir.s, of Tay'tr Minos. within iliLs laconv he Is we'd off. If about the thins JUms&'tf so Rettlns and o'srUtoien arie ell3tb. ,ThiErc will in,emit fiom Tuesnlay until Friday with he ex,oeda it a dollar he (Ls poKr. Into the thofts of the rake, bo procivl-o- J be 120 boya fnom all oner tlip .state who fronds in this vicinity. He should know we pr. krviwn. by the to pull S.i.1 to a jUu,o pf hofoity. will liaiio their OAjienixW ld for n .Mra. Kffla Martin and children, of company we ke"p, and to otiose monev JUHt tli.n tlw trajln paino hpedlns week o,t tlie fair and tliolr railway Hickory IUdip.', w,r Uie KU"ts of 'Mr. In prfif.iwnco to worth Is fnobblsh. nruiind the curve and Uift nms'lne nmlt. fare from home and return. Tliie iwael: S. It. Fnonah Friday. withHe hou"Jd know how .to tod a hoream w.lilcb m warned VII pityX at tlw fair, Wjhlch la bold ait louUvllo MlMes Gild's Carpen.tr find Mary May out o(wihw his tayjor and to (wear "Jiaud Uv lun awiiy like n nule, from Spt 3Kli, to Jttli, will lauludo of Ownsboro, are upending a few daya with grjoe. turned over the mka onjd flumped t5aj Uisaona In asnicultune and tlie Jjoye will with iMr. a,nd Mrs. Less Tajl'or. .su .tjiat be broke her Hqff. a ramp together, tnaklns It a rare Mrs. Urn Whlttakinr, of Owenboro is He slua'jl know Jiow to ,be a tud-nof books as wed as (nuankilnd, but to JLUW Is liyA or lkiUlon outlntf for those .who write the suocaJ tine sru'st of Mra. Pane Uirilyl. , avoid b'.'hig a Kd.int. hard to My, wlne 1JU1 will nnkUicr ful o.iiiya. Applloati'on Jilwuld ,b made Mosura. A. T. and B. J. Fnench attend A young man wlio coimbln-oall nor deny wjiui it is Uikl f him, at oiijco to the county rtoliocil s,u,perl(itcn cl ithe W. O. W. .barbecue at this wVjh fine cJiaructer and Bta'il'.lty hihi!i Is triiiu(ntl)i-li- .e "Jm fats," au.l dint, Henry TjOauh for ru'os governing Saturday. of purpoae will be prvpiuwd for rtfo In jircxiQcds to iteJl one on .ivut,ln-- r prom!-nw- it tlie contort, In order that tlu isj'H cnslni-ej- tlie hostf onse oi tlie word. New York rum jus ut of Ijouli'-vjlHe Wont Limp Now miy be submitted in Pln)ty of Buirw be. toy ivn-lad- u fore .tlie oponlnu ot the f,,lr. i Itlits wislmur (wn No more llinptng for .Torn Moore ot Ariwivvan. of Ul'l's In OI1I0 noiimly, (ind att-u- r Cochran, C'a. "I had a bad More on my "I wa-- s cured ot diarrhoea by one done I n stop Mo ra.'iT(.id wis bull, wtts Indue xl that nothing suomud to help till Colln ot Chamberlain' Cholera anl to Uike t J li flulai;. tArn'-ouwyl liucklen'a Halve," ho FOR FLETCHER'S t. DIarrJioea Itamedy," wrilLeis M. K. On j ttlUrno.Kii after J(li" tnijn wrltoa, "but tills wondarful hoaUsr soon I Oriole, Pa. Thro Is nothlns bet. curjnl me." c0jii1i1 JuiU-i- ' Mlik-J- i ).s up jium'o, Heals old, running norvi, dli jjrajie, tli,j (iil.'iiu.ir iuImmI liM tor. For .vile by all Doalera. ulcora, bolls, burns, cuts, brulsjaficj:". Important Notice to Subscribers. f f'rtm'Jti and buiLl down, ftiirful mi or idles. Try it. Only 25 cents a: lii'i m i,!i flnUn il jmuviuis iui tl.o T.lvo Daviess County Teachers. f Itpubllcrin Ilos rocolved notice All Druggists, tuck. At lerulli tliu Ijiiin ivfuiliod t,!i from tlie Third jVslst-mPoatnnstor Aug. 21. iTlie I'avlass Owln,boro, Ky., lh(IIW3 of th'1 lillhtt'ciK and County Tachtr.s' Iriis.ltuto iwlt lw calling our iiittentlun to tho GoneriU Educated Boys Should What a .toJ) ws made lo fvunniuulni.Vi' Uio postal tvau'iitioiis Jn rtysard .to In the court houyj h,qro Slioaday Know. Mid tilings of tho a'.mjifvi.'il uiuldini In fffect tliat no p.ipira mo'ivlns by Supt. MeHin'arid, iwho lias Th Ji the ujiirfnvxT I'tamul tlta.t JJm-tlf- it sjcurwl tlie s'irvloea of Ur, Fred Muitoh-V'i- r, In yiciso days of k, or can h) ont tlirouii the mail as was tho llirin.iii'w plvcn iwmii' juice onixe Hinio of class tivitter to ctubhcribors v. ho are of fie Wtwt Kontu?Jiy Sitwta Nfrmul lud "coins home." Hiiro uikiiihIi io mqs SjU'JioI, of lljjw'ilnjj Clrwin, as Irvs.tr,uotor. tho fumlim'tUal pjlnieJpJ'is if nwtv'y more than one yar in arroars. toutvl In tho "Uiy," and ImIiuj we must collect the tills nvima and uprlulit irinliu,t. uililJli Tho icounty utiluyiJ Brailuatlon pxr(jlneM honor up uxpUUmd that as Che ,tr.Un rni,vhil 4 ubs?rllt'.oiia or itlie luifir. wi'.l be li'ild TJiurJiiiy udterniaon, jt hliould underly umyry yfun.s iiiivi'h up Curby'a cuivo Mf frji,ii n lit Is ivti. a question tf whotluT wo i, are ait lo bo tonsuf-tewCilali SUito. Siy';intfml it if I'uli-U- u tlnu oliih) uvier bliii th.it lie l'liuid Instruction H.uksXUe Jlji'iifc-tt- j will are trivat moril .truths, lluro lire good are willing to oxtond croUt to our lio ntjyuvl off tliio not icilst .i.ikI Ineu't-aAano onlvierrfjty luiblts .yiat subscribers or not. , an uddress. ik'lvler aivl w.'iit b.i,ck lo tho nVI pfid". "1 Wio must comply with tho postal TabWltihout them no y,ounj Usui's qJiuiqi- ot (ilouj; .NlUnoiit 'iiv f'ilt 1 couVln't tlon la oonvnWe. Jlore pro omo of ulations 'therefore can not o.lnd Almost Lost His Life. tornbreuj ami Mavcs," ht Hitd In fu'l-c- r S. A. Slid, of Masin, Mich, will neer the things wihloh tho hmis of l,ih jfji'.h-or- s cnod,lt for mora than one yvir e.p"nnatlon. llu w, Jviwnier, or tho ioor ,loy onvlous of his no iniAW Wilut Uulr financial Htond-In- g forsut his terrible exposure to a nier;I. , to rehuiiio Kb iaeo pn tho en. may be. torm. "tt 6"ie luu a ilrnwlfql wci'ilby ihUjm kIiouVI know. K'lnu for 4.lio trlji. Ho f ititfck. J if if cold," he writes, "that cau,yl uovara He aliould know that u tll'ilar ivirn.'l fitaU'tncntti are being stmt to ull now one of the moil valii'yl mnslti'ii's p.Uns In my cheat, so it ios hard n' U worth ll'W lull trlivJ. , una year o.r more in nnnmrs on .the mitlro itUilsun. Ho sliouid know liiow to mikje a fire and wo hope tlii"y 'will make prompt m ,to brcitthe. A niiUrhbur av9 me As for Winv.nn JI. OuilViy, (tlw .n,'c S'venU iloos of lr. JCIiWh Nr,w UIs. and carry coal. remittance. He Kliouht know liow to be firm .withbo (us puriilvxnl Uu cowry which brought Un,l"ss tills Is done we must fake rcut relief. The Jut of ll;ls liii'(o (w liiiiiy (I'.onsus tliolr naniea off our lU,t. luwi wl'ii doctor aild I was on the of ppwi. out balng rttuhbuui. Hie ixad In ISTi, wiiiii'ji U Mils itliu J'. Stopping the pipers (loos not Jn an,v He hIiiiuI'jI know huw to briush his iiioilU, but to uouUnua with tjie II. (l'.ulUH'jll und ljilKI,bitlUbpJl), n I did o unl two bottles foui. clatji'w, black Jils lioa and kmp jiMry way relwiao the snbscj-lberfrom verui.1 of tho ulli(il V. & 1. pltoly c.uivd :n." Uwe only thla qui:.!, bol'jiiisVig In nnler. of bi.k dues, thcreforo it a atid 1't.huah). li,ti'i- - It He KliouVl kn,ow how to siyjiily thu you do not w,ant us to Mojiitlnne hnu. sifo, rolblalo nuiVclno for i"ouIih, pold4 lag you Tlw IVxpubllqan remit ,wliat a pant of 1,'w Hiii,iiUiinttji hyf- - or any thratt or lun trpuble. a'rtc V tuoina to Ji nie a god tllnaiu-- . NViwjwr.t Nwii, Uftn, th'i Mls,'mli;.l und $1.(W. Trial bottle froe. auarajiltwd Ho should know how to div.st In U ttlixoly due and wo will top the iund tiwi'Jwtj.mi, ui(l rfji'l Ut,tur by All t.i.'.lo uo ua U) avoid Ijpkiliig I likfi a pajnar. 1 fr city, to iviv trilr that "Jl jv irs nio, 0:1 noil (wtivtCiTsi morolux It had l lfrlotuV-"a stnnnKr In U10 ui'y, n tiun Jnipr-metirmln ilml, 2S Jiif.t over from SMttindj' win' y n it anil IJ. V, sjw H'Jwint ilianl iWt d h'ini, by f oi' ita-lU'rf nn.il tra.iir.ir. I'mrmT I'o'inianter !. I.. ttunp Iqts lirnkfant jwnl rm Hir.lywlne, of 1'n.rda, tii nvomnvvtl! ploj'meitit, 1tdUirlay momlrw for ttlrmn of the Sivn'li GJnnraiMlnlJ ColoneJ Cirj' l'- IllV.rtat Cimm'.ttv?( wl-l- i wi'l ;neit Jo:e 4peaco, IOioiIlc' otnaistc.r, r ul to HarrLs a ltUir wliU'Ji Utaf.fil UiaX Wll- Ausust at for v. fn.m iulln.ai lyul ill rl In Url'ib'it.iA, Got'. It. C. Jtorirut, Hue Conffvlim.t3 of Mils rtXyt wl is a brotk Auatralla, leaxiliMr Jils fortune of U.OiW- OJO of Gfn. U.W1 Duke, of . Uw'i to Joe Harris, ihls b mq&iptf, who W'ie, was lntrodfittd a l'ie lvid siikM lilm on a Jtiiji to AiJk-i- , rtui(lW.i.te for Coa.inc In nmpaltion 10 wlvire ho litul .trt.-tt nloh In the Conrfre.sm,in J. Cininb-ffl- l PanLrU-al. soli A1WI3 near CVipe Nr)mv his name wli't b" priM wtioil at Uve dl TliiO Iftttcvr was wnfi'jttn by A It. , trk-- t nxt Aitmiliy for fln.il SmyiUve, f nom ithe Nvimi-r- o nv'Mr Nv .viUon. York olty, imytlw rtatlru Mint lw luul Proiislons Alpr,. iruvle for opjn'inf Juat land m1 In itlvat port from JlrUIiui ?, jr headquantora with the Ailiw o.f ennoute to Eng'uind. He Iva-- l Icarnel an ni rnp ijran for of t,he will, and wrote UU tittr to llHMinfit and JVwifn In this ivlty ami Wills of Nl islivl'iV'j w,.o county. iireolKMt ontliu.slnx tlie nijrn-beforward. tl It to CoVonei Bpn.v, T'10 of the uimintfttfie wvns nvule t will nienttonrl Harris as Invins b."n ) H'nry T. Ditni,n. Tlv,nii.i,s Tj. Wicker, a niiniber of tha Ttmns-tiqotn,ty qlilrm.tii, asnb!y In 1SSS. Itipubilnan fornvv j CliiarVs 11. IVrryinan u.nl itJiiouue I'Jio jvfira after Hints Ixid strikil .Vfnri(t iM. P. UcUorn. lioblnson n K'ttor iiuue fjirpus-lfro.n .VK). (Ji.po Nome, Aiisk't, roKilosir arvl siatlrur that ltoblns;xn, !io WJtif, mo- lvadi is,'ru,ck It rich. A fluls FOR FLETCHER'S tlian repaid Harris for Ills kln,iln,'s anJM'oko, he was no,t nurp,rtil ti.it he ill not ajpJn h ar from tV ounc County Committee Meeting. Sjoto'iman. but Cm'onri lit I Pfw'' to rwtnl tha latter lfv,t.irdny .vm Ky., Au. 19, 1912. The 11VI County Uvooutlvo ConirnRteJ Ultra to the nuci'r m ", Ocilo county la Immby mlknl to who ciuil scancly Jijl-itu olJ, now poor tout nurs of tills iiueUun.fr v.o3 iflvin kiw1 uuitd ys.1ir1V.1v virs pr.vpiro:is THE NEW STORE, Now is your opportunity pr ' woV.-knx- o'liU-mi- 1 to buy new mer- -- w Prpgrve chandise for less, for we are going to impress ourselves on you from the beginning by giving you the right kind of merchandise at less than you have been paying. Come in and look over our showing of new goods and be convinced that we can save you hr ht-i:- PtM-culin- nffsr-vwivi- e Hos'-mas- rj aiai-'.M- Children Cry C ASTORI A meney on every purchase Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Ladies' and Men's Furnishings. e n.. U.'-wa- Hov'sThls? S. R.osenblLtt, Next Door to Bank of Hartford, ri-'3- -s fr HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 'WE USE' DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE swe.-thei- n t- l(V.-hw- 11 iyl mt-i- 1 s nrby 11 And don't have to grease but once a week. a-i- Made in LowsvWe by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. SftftftftftjjftftAAftjdftjjftAfiftjftdftftft2t drs (i -- t i i 1 Special Shows Will be Given W.h-rUiS- at the Opera House Every af-tl- Friday and Saturday Nights test illustrated song hits, with piano accompaniment. UNDER SPECIAL MANAGEMENT. The very latest moving pictures, combined with the la- ". a Geb-liari- 11 Children Cry C A STO R A t Two Reels of New Pictures Will Be Shown Each Evening. o ,IVVV9V?V9VWVWWWWWWZ 5iftfljftftflftAftfjAjftftftfjftAJlftJlftfjA)(l il oon-wn- vl -- The Home ll-a- i Restaurant o odu-ca'- 11 hom"-hk'Kna- vi n. LILES & BORAH, Props. e s. CROMWELL, KY. ff ra 1 lo-- Meals and Lunches at all Hours fS fS 11 1 rs Fine Candies, Cigars. Tobaccos, Soft Drinks and Fruits. 0 ski-Ul- voi-jj- . r: 1 fS YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. It y I tfVVWWVVvWVVWVtTVsfsfWVWWiT . .