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Htttblimtt Subscription $1 per Year No. 8 SLAYS WIFE AND w dnunced llam Oo ba, tucky an,l (Jio li,y OF ALL THE PIOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1912. IloiWns, O. et ot LAFOLLETTE NOT OUT FOR TAFT NINETEEN QUIT COMMITTEE t noirlrptlon of Wll Wlhitiifimrff. of Ilirnplt, llirtAuyl; ilntt Ilojt, of I. iilivlCa; ni...mM u wuikor, ot iflxiitfo,,, nnd it 1. i:nnli DUtrlit-- lJrd, K i i of P.irh)iirll". tvune mu pr ttcnVtl vh"n nominations for Mr. tVmUt .tJ'."iI Stito m'ifilrmnn- - Mr .Uartwf.t im. ivittod Mr. I.iw.wlll and d!io iDanvilte ma ..a .. . a. Lavvwiw, of Danville, wm unanimous y .viwtr-- m uw u- irostlon of Mr. Combs a secretary and Chairman, and Only One treasurer rwurw not cl'iotod, but a irmiwi'l of Mr. JVA,wlll. iMr. District Absent. V,ince and Mr. Wa'kur (were appilntd to a.Iii'1 Alio two offlclil".. f tho kvy rami TJio lio.ta--t fluM S. Jaw- - wIkiii a motion ,by i.Mr. .Walker lioubnfjlc, Ky., Sept, 3 pamvanen a-,bo wjl, of DumMI", "" .'cld ah ilnm-i- tlvul lUrty Stale Ce.i. and cam:ilKn liaodiiuartur of the Fri-tra- ! of Uio I'riKrvU House- - gr.Ttslvusi ConuivUv", njvl .1 iVsturj Mr. Btrnott nominated (I.ouls-vn- 't Wis adopted aft tiw jutty uni!lo'iifiilll( mill lie uvl Mr. Vana and Mr. ' r ,, at it held at the flalt 1Luj the flht for Uils olty. TV yvtomliy afternoon. 11m wurk of or. frflt hVlut rvtu,tl i'ii a tic, nnd as was the vliuirnun h il votsd tlivre wi no onj Cinl.ii.roii of tiw Prtirrovlu S y jvrf.xitod Jttnl the in w :ty to br nk tho tl . A wound ibilot jiifnM U now on on Nitil wth the to i3 s fruitless at tlie fjrt and It l mid p ..rod for a tinu tint the oil .pirtl(is I "111111 outity to dlttrlci ind State tli was JiopOjM y diruioik-d- . satlon In nnii)tc und tin oiO'l f'tj'"! II. II. Owens oamo to the roscue, hov that mm reitKiliut to lr done l to . ever, ?ind cluntted lit- vote trrm Ixlnif to tiBiv iitunw lire mi! ton Ut UuLill,e. iTJiW fiMt t,Uo Slrt lllft - irlfllW p.ltltll.l 1a s lit. t.1i - llvlf. kl. !....! poU'.lcil m mVji tnr InJ ..i' ! I.,..itj..ll . 1 Ili.JI J.I.J, iAaMi) i frini the o'ilfo'i of .Mr. Iuv- v iidciunrtort wero to bo ihSm- vs'II in r'liilnnin the mi'iuiiktli" tr?ms- - iNIwd tint tlio l'nl.'lclty i!.?d not'l urn jid ot o'.lnr liiwln t. Two f li i- - h ,r tiriv nt jti pr- otvtuns from Ui wlwo h iit IiuNl"iVs iin!n. II. Oiv OnTy Party T)an?pJ 3i, Organizes. iv tr H ..... That. ..w Will fstiimn Resignations From Ohio W....r Indiana. County Organization. -- u Senator Root May Kentucky com-mltt- m Speak in Members Were Forced by State Committee to Support Campaign Taft or Resign. For Taft. jliinston, vlifOiynu in n Unloii at-iU- d d.inJal it Tuft hvjj fir.Oifoirlruf today. Tlio of oarrylntf out HputU-c.- m alopted by the an.n.oiinoAjm,ent of the InJlan-- i St.it Cainnilt.to) iliat Ii INlfitte, Cummjns, Uortih, Koryon and o'Jifr Ir)3rf.le will speak In Jntl- an.i for Uie Tatt ticket camid aton. li'imont In W aililnton, whoro It Jut lxjen jroner.iilv utidir.tooil n'.-- si ptatt- mm wciyj mortj dNp-to hand t!i I!"pitlilUiin oan,dld,ito for President .1 lir'ck.l it tliat ft bjquCit. Tlia .tlnollnc,- uivucoliikiu was pui in "" tlio GJ.'.fco-- . libtkxl.- MLintortrLrit If 1" l TJ'ws Xlepubllcan Kxooutlie Committee I'wmpt and of Ohio cuhty mt horo SiturAiy fitter iVinit Sina'or I.aI''oJt to ntuni lmiUna for ProM-d- noon at the court Iiousj tor ithe purrpote Sc,p,t. 1. nt the racently mv-tlm- dc State Control pomnitt-te- e to loxpurge the larious qounty com- - tilm ap-U- jnvi-lm-- -- inrf-i.n- - . . ,.,.--..- ! UTh-n- tnid.'' DiiuolnpmPii! I.iue came S mV-o- r to lay ordr whn I.i .In Hliort ro"(V..ttu iTirn il m Sta'i-ut'jir- fl-hitoro tlio urty onilijejn ji of nitloiT.i protnlnano1 wileo wll ?o mlint'iL .Sjm" of rjlio iuinimMvonian to iNve the otcrs to wurirnl the Hull lliiw alitcfl while Into InILiiiU other wantwl tdi'u 'lni.t In tlio rln.;" t!iil by President Taft, .and tint the Spakfra lUlrvnu at .Uie do lot. II. II. Owen find j; irtoii chairman of the Vance led for Itortwolty hal io atinounoTl aftor (UNIfmrMra Ite- tlio flirfit publVtm rfVi'onnl hieadwirtcrs hi Hartford, Ky., Aug., 21. 1912. eaconod fchnoufiih jit. picture, uid wccrtJtyl In ,Aythw lion. It. II. itartln, Chairman HilUkWv offkxtf. all iimividincints uid luivlnK Uio Votu'e Convicts in Fen Riot. Committee Ollo County, Han-forOf tlio uluvHiti dlHtrt'A.i ,th Jlth ."lut.td as Wio uubltvn hy nmt .VI first ftwa&ar I.a lV.Vtte uiid not Ky. to be anifry over tlio know nhiliht-81. The only wj.1 Uio only mo not rtpnw 4itd uniulinous ,nte. Jackson, Mich., Aug. Iirius or to convicts working In the St,ite Prison it witth a The Siit- - comx'iiVonn Ivid pr.'loudv On motion of Jdr. Illrd, the tnmwrv. nervu ilt.pJ.i-MDear Sir: conforivil tliu iui 1 alio il. OmiiIi Tlio undersigned members ot ,t,he Olrio here today are the "tru3.tf,us" ompJoy"d the fYltmlw nvi'il,on.s wis l.iifih, .s U'lng fi ood Joke. 119 ilnal d old-t- l pro- - un.iulmou.Vy nduptal: "P 4Jio niitloiuil cnnmlito.!Miin iiml tint Uio I Ltter uoiir.-t- wis Uie dourly jljepiiibllejin i:eoutilve Omm't-t"- 0 In Uie enEllnToom and on tho Ja,wns U roViv4i fjiUn.il Hiilrnian to nun? four moinb- -' That thl iriiimiWiv do hertby l"Kt. hereby tender our reslsnaittons us fronting the big Institution. "IVie The rest of the .Inmates aro locked In ohalnnan of the Spoakers' menthjra of .vild comnflttce to take efat Uw )imulttee from the fltiiV-.it- and tipproie Uie count.; nf Tlio Jjouls- tholr cITs and for two hours today tit y Jirx'. WJitti the otnnnilltoe flu-- yestr- - vl'lu HeraVI In Its tt'jbt ,for Pnwrcuslvu Ilurm has not nrranifd with one,'" fect at onoe. d,iy afitrrwion Mr. ComUs made tlw .vicinity of the prjlson ring1 innounecl prlmUics and nicomminvl to the lloose-l- lie slid and then he alaWl: "Jutt say Our rasons for this action wra that lt Is a jnls.take as far as I am with hideous yes and aUitr noises. o.i,iiolntiiu4it of c. M, Hirnett, of to state briefly. JlaMlity; been t pftople of ICnttuiky th tit (fiey Wanden Nathan I Simpson Teturnad lUrtdinl; TJinmiirtlj. Wnkitr, inf Ij'Xiiix-'tH- o a'l of our JIvcts we have tstpod HoraI Ut ilr hiiity juid iie,tlve oomwrmid." It .an lif .tLattl in the nnt posit ton; P. A.toti aivl llo't, f support.' for a fnoe ballot and a fair count, and last night front Clilcago, and immo,d'-atel- y began an UnnesHgatlon of yest-datrrms tliat S"nator UiKolhtte its not wo .luiio .understood this to bo one of ns tlu four mmber of thy I With the n.ioInliiHnt of rioting, whloli (U aal,d ito have oomnJttBO. IlametK, Vtuice and Wo. kcr fv pnumurvs Kolns to speak for ProsWuit (Tatt in In- the fundamental jnliuiipUs of the o'd compla'nsd TJtti cinnoitnrement reklnd'trl i th of u ouiiuilttee to tlnaCt rufYa (for l'io diana or anywhere eise. lie has nils It'ubllcan party and ogtlior with stantod by oomlqtis who anthuslafm for Mr. Taft no w'J under other tntunbors of that jpanty iwo ihave about the food tliat was served ,thom. fUnifyt anj eiipiln brought to Uie front ifovernmont of iths pa.iy, tliu wnm.'t-itlfTlie "warden has ropnlmanded all li' th"S Uffcr.iw.cu cnIVIiv: between hlil tee iidjourni'd to meut on full ot UiO control Uuit Ho will be ab'e. wlUvout dtnounced aloctlon fraud,, nomination any iiHleul,ty ,to kn.p out Qf the iwik trawls and orlmos asulast the ballot. guards and keepians who wara- lniioIvi?d llo on one lt nnul Ilurbou Vano chairman. Ins cnnyialsn this jiear. affair, and two guards liave reIn season and out of aqaon, and we tn jj.li tuvl V. V. Avton on ithe oUier. It Ran NO CREEK Tl;irk Is not the s'dqliVtf. poasil.'lt). liavo neir tailed to how to the will signed. Every pricautlon is being itak'n appitvat r a I tint tlv bittor polVtleil tor Inataneo tliat .Senator Bonah will of tho majority whenever exiproflad In a to Breien.t another outbreak. lia'.t o fit the ivt-M;re to hs fVfht Sti . -I lie M.!iaol at Jiin Nj Cre-Jor r atvl there were nyiny wtlo hjsin yedj,tiray wii'h an enrollment "f tro on Uie Htuinp for Preislidenit fTaft. fair and liomorabi'e manner. a .p'lt dn the Jouli lllc urcin-z-itto- IC p HPU". The tffiohvr Prof. C U. In the present crisis iBarah Is strictly AVe denounce tlie no,mmuUon pf jWm. Historic Tree Cat Down. Washington, S?pt. 2. An historic otd II. Taft at Olilcaso as (fraudulent and Shown ilKUjns taught hwe the previous lndinc7idrnt and strictly Progrnsve , JIo maks no conconlmont of his tVuntyt Mr. brought about by tire moat hisih hand- ctenwoad trso tlit h,ad p.l.irnftd ,the Into term nernV no wonla af rocanimnmla. Alwt Pretldent Tatt Bto,b Um n ed and ibrazen Bupfpnosalon the ibrrntji. He iluis trjkd to Jvunvnlze Man. of Ui Pro.'denfs front yard the nonth ,Uwn i In Cliioao, anfl as he wtw a voice 4yJi iaotlons by appxulntln of a loader i ,ltev. 1VA WmIJ' is attending Oonfeir. the poanle ihnawm in of itfMt White House since it was ifjint-e- d of each Hdo to on lnioi,.t p'ape In en,c at iUrbaur'He. His family oqqom. memiber of the national camnttoo and Uio annals of history in dlds Dr any In 1S32 by Preslden,t Andrew Jackson the 4arty orttuili-itd.ai- . ,WJien he p,uM1 llm as tir as iilberty, wlure In Uw tlifck ot tlw fraiy he o,uglit to othor (Country. It was tmqre than a set- - and several of ifi cabinet officers, was kmow. xtiIwI that he Jiad faljUnl, Mr. Qannba Uicy .w,Hl Jnlt ru'aMfs. Unff at the expnasscid will af the ramoviCtd toay, having succumbed fipom app'.lod a match and tyiie fciulidlnff wsut Friends of Senator Cuimmiljis are paopple. U wot a rape of the prlncl- - unknown ciaus"in. Banneftt Is attendlne Ui.e nd ro- - Mrt wltii the anpoVnflmcints equally positive that Cummins wili not p.CiS of qilnatfd th commUtedmcin, pleuUtl i by Stue I'lilr at IjouJjuiUIo. , , i It was pneacnted to realdant Jackson a mass of tVimf 8. , with Itbou and ? the vntera train Uio ailouv dUtrletM, .Mr. S. I'. Sandortur .want ito Owens-X- o take Uie stump for Tp,ft. fX he do- - aanda of others, as good IteinubHeans iv by Uie Crock Indian chief, Alprxtaca iButsiinge.r .was forty nans pJd aitJT so lie wfj act dtroatly poretnary to ever drew the bnoath of Ufe we decline Jusi hofore tho Jr:ng of tli tnraty by left Oerroony aven years ago. Bq'wt the four ftynmltfeqiiHin-at- . boro last Friday returning Saitunday. Ha Hrse. r Mrs. A. B. Itentiiow ilslte,J (lwlatjlves Intimations which fw sa,M9 out fqfa.-- e to supfiont Mr. Ta,ft In his qjqen wihloh the Creek Nation wus removed cairn here from toulsvllle. Mrs. But. singer was Miss ilajry NtU-- j Sapp, and Tho.ro were im nominalon, tho at Ycmm.in, Jnt wy?k and iLHten,jov1 the Uanx for his iwnfi Jn Jowu. and shall dve our auxjport to from Fitoriaa. various commltteoiiKii hioUhr tor wham- -' Btntlst It ils not disputed tliat p wa Jtooit llooweve)' and Johnson and (ihe Pnosrjs-Hlv- o An Indian .prophecy connected with th formerly Jved in Itiltfllntta'd. at Fnee Zion. years old. eore Uiy wiantod to. TUie fjrett UUot Air. and .Mrs. TwoddeH and alilldron will atump for unjer lijs platform adopted at Chicago at troe was Unit as Jong as It aliould Uv.e Uitnty-nin- e ta,kn rosu'itnl lln tln nlontlon of C. M. Januti I.uniford. and itrilrqd lAdfalde dutlos aa u. wltn,oss botoru tliia ftanda'd tlie ponvtmUon beslnnlng AiTBuat C Its rtiado would typify tli protection; ami Rescue Girl From Well. ' tUm,t, T. UWaJker. ilntit Jlot and rnturnqil Monday from a few Oayis visit OH lnxvt1aulfn Cqmmltitiee prevK-nita-. Not onjy Is Mr. T;Ut not thp nomi- good wjljl whkfli tlio mysterious invisible Senator Penrosa ihas ilndHcatcd that nee o,f the ItpiUilIcan raty. us Mas God of tine Creek II. II. Owens, Jis Cutter mf JVmbour- - at tkilluoun. SomervJlW, Ky Sqpt. 2BUsa Hawk, would, anroad Indians an 'glteen-yearHvUltv ilr. Axton of iiVxitlon by Mr. H'nJ.uiJliin If. Bennett Jvvs ro- - ho intends to haiO JLoat summoned as shown wharover the pooju'e hid the avor the white t'oveirnuvint. Samervllle. girl, i wltn-js- s, because of Uiijldo knowjdUi rlUht to express their niliolcie from two vote, wJilie twio Was ,wt-rIn .(ihe hosjfltflj hpre today ms jth-- rasult caat for turned homo ufU(r uewmj nionUis a'ay which ho possossos of Uie aforts that MahijO to California, but the prtCFienit Na Co. H Rifle Team Returns W. Jttlly. of a teillfylng ordeal through whloh! sho In llllnnus. This nation on tho ivint of lr. Qnibs ilr. r. I.. Kaiy, of Owenlwno, Hpjnt wiaiv male to IvoVI up tlie Stand,and Oil tkon orj.i,nlzixt,!ion and Uie Kentucky The rlfle team riaprctscntilng Co. II. pissed ytaterday. Company tor bJrf ini(alsn nVnaitlons in Stolo prjj'a,niJutiion 'In deifuitlnj.' Iuls mwur to Uio loosing lur baljnoo ian,d tailing into s frau,dujcit und not roturned Satuixlay morning TuiMila' with Mr. Jiflin V. SandcrCur. from .K j Itnjf prood to bo a lijiaipy ilbis 0ihtVji Wiard Itas rdtiutmoil irom 1901. wo'l on tlie J. D. Buko tho olioloa of tlie poapV.' Had tho Ky., wiliero bhey partilcljiatcrl in a .fvty-tolto,ot Is a rftwtlonary of roaatloniarl , luirinonliwr and whyi Uio initlmr Owenaboro win re hIio haa boon frakinif oters pt Kientuckj' (been al- the annual target niatqli. Tihe team wts estate, .the girl gripped the waU chain adjourned tho host of Xoollnr nrvivftftod OtttKiUi triyi,tmcirt for nliQinitm. tlw trusted nollljlftal agemt of ;Uito bis lowed to express Uu-l- r preference Jii H at a treat disadvantage, .Jianlng (had and hung on bracing Jvrss'f tnsocurjely a.1 iiroiuvl. Aire. ItlJIa wnNVi,ms of Oi4nlayna who lntorsts1 nnd lw Is HHnpontiIn.i)r resl. primairy iVwtton Mr. Tatt would not only throe du pmctico dining Uio by dlsglng .her heels Into Uio rock Pnt lalontil Chairman , CmhiKh n'ml ' lion ibaen frieivla nti(i p'Ju.yviis dint Tafit duifms su,ch time (ajt bjo f. not luiiO carried a slnsie qoasresslanal dls. year. N,everUieys ,thcy did fa,lr'y well crovilora of the wall's aide abovu tho ttlw moqSlnfr U onder and tho ralioiilliil boro fo,r hiiio tjnw w.1,11 iiuvo Tfiutviy beto.no tlw lavottitjaitlniir oonnntfcio bI'-ln- triqt and Mr. McCuVouh wauld not be Iwldlng nMshth nV.e In tho Billjado water level. cjosad Uie faot that o"cry oxnont toatmony as to 'I'v nMmtiixit National Committeeman, nor (Mr. Frankl and tlttid jtlaoo Workers nearby wlw Iiul., to vtfajt her wuh for Nrtwtjoinillje, heard faint in tho 3rd IteJimJnt innproicnUyl excejit tlu Slvth ilitn'ct urotjlrtr, lt,',clwird Stovons. tVio wJH bo batW)in Ms ihuslnvi anfl (Uio Qqnj;T4S SCito Qliulrman. In oUior words had lire tourn Biiqt wei up in (the (Inst di- cities for halif an liour or morp coming AVJUi tho e;utkn of the ifour oqmmjtilee- - aouinpanl! tor tlw vuUja btien slvcn a olian-- o tliclr vision all tho ,lmo until tlio Skirmish trom a foutve Wnoy oould nqt datwnmlne, 'y Mn'wlaimcsi I II. rtV"d at WasMnKton, jie wlR cbe men train Uio SUte.atVaie lie SMnvuinel' pictures would liave been turned to the run and tlwro, lUireo of tho ttaam hav- finally reacliIng thewefnnd belowoang " V. V. Saavdurfur an,d (Esq. B. S. qunnaj'jrn In Kentucky iaoi indU,iifU of the Progress! waf. SUt tVuitnil aom Oh nuborlan. ing never ahot .Uw run, they Jost two a tvioso rope managed to brting tho Notice. ' (Much as we. girl to the surfaoe, wJiero uf'ttoo 4 ua tol'ows: to party ,conipany or tliroa plains. he tainted Siwnai rioin horo attended Uio burial Tlio Ilartford itasLttertal Dhtrlil A. w'lth it,ho party, name, whluli wo lwo flaflt. J. M. UaWeoso , Hunt DUtrkjt-- 0. N. IIajiq'iIp, ot P,i ot Kuby the three year od covered Jilm-se- from oxliaustlon. dwvilu diUiS'uVr of Mr. and ilns. AMirrcyi Ban- - S. of K. wtu mnnt at Clmpmin Sohooil so tonir followed, yet we roa'Ja" thoro by jiliijtlniwis tiUi honons hy winning the G?n. Wilion, after long HaoaiMl lie wjs reifved, Dltllrlot W. O. Ptirrrtjt, ihe fiaid bIw cauU of nutt of Hfver IM'n, at Bed Sun4y. house HUundiy, S,Ht. atit, at 10 oiiouk Is nottihitr 'In a name, but thero Is vr Itogor WiViIams medal for tlw htiahost Owiisboro. I'lunouiJ irvilc;s wore nonduqUyl jby B.,v. a. m. Tlh'ls Is an (Important maittor. Sao Utthvr hi lionosty and true pilnolk'os score cm tlw 200 yand alow tjlre. SX) luirdjiy havo ihold on u in;nute Jpngico-- . to lit Uvat your ilal Is rii)ix.wlrOtJ. Third IlrHlct-- C. B. Kenr, o,f JViwl to rccotur. and on nvery hand wo aro pmolld by ranld tlna and t!ie Bklrmlnh, niaklug S;lw .Is Moll & Bower Dam. iSlw ,wias i )trlt,-l-it ' a. P. JOMKS.-- Cli'm-n- . Iiuf jOrnwi. i ulll'ld uiid wit ba uTHuitlit mjtcjii by her tho fact tliat wo touch jpjbowa wilth com a total of 1U) out of a pasfilh'o 2o0. BVBON BjK.VN Soc. I'ourth XiUtrlut AV. F. JMkArk, Ask Governor's Recall. nulvs und fron,U wilio liava bajn Iep. of tni'lids an,d Jovtul ontw. Drgof pa,reniVi, Co. B, of 3ifd Uaglment won it,he I23, I prlnsfk-ld-. bwjionU thejw dirk nioufM, lato Ins tu 'With us ar yiars In. county. prjao and a medal for each wjmby of Portland, Orn., Aug. look tar Baptist Church. PIWi State and NaMoral Oanuulvtns and who the itoa,m wltlj a acore of I0K of a rJitriot Burton Vance, of yionuntililneof Hdivanund you .will find circulation jHiiiItlonn for tli9 recall of bn.U'V'. ' Sunday iSirol 9.15. w trcHisuro tlirre. with Lou wlil not foljow it,he more iar. i i yjur VM. liovurnor Oswtil West aru biliiK pallect. P,nnu(lli,ii4 by Ibw. '.SHtiU UUtifcl Mr. and Mrs. Aityw AUllT, B'uver AJlxBlt Moddrx, ly noma when At talis dnto tlie hands The members oomnonHiig the Company td here. Tlw Governor's pntam SotMith Ulstilct PrcntlcQ O'Ucvir, nf Dam w.-r-e liaiesU of Mir. (and i&lns. t. VH Sunliy inirrnilns nt 11:00 unid 3ivUy of oorrupt and tjlsliionoptt nien, iwho oa.ro II. itoain from Hartford wora Capt. and hU iiirdmiliie pf cauiJa!u wt 1 bJ ' , aeltihcir fqr ovenl" ajt 7:30. 'Frankfort. nor tlw rll(t of Jamea Mtter Sunday afrniaon. M. DoWoose, Uaut. C. B. usnI as tlw basis of Mm naull ctimjpLij'tt I i nlarrtlet ."W. St. T.ivr.uilir iliuI AlVrul I KvarYxnui. xvluam. n nf iMnt Saftih Ilan.li tho popl to iluiw a vflliia in tiho mk- - Shown, Se,rirt. W. C. Ules, Sert. He 4a upnpal U) capital puninvtit, .Danville. , v;ntd Mr. C. h. Ohio- -' Mambens of ahunrth qsowcltt'ly urrcl to Injr of itlu (plaitfomiw or tlie sMaqUon Tfonlk.spl V .Msf IHrlvnti. ndll HiMi.lt one nt tils ntyisons bolii Uiat "no il It W$t ILartt,f-oir' of thqtr nomlnofi. A few ycr ao ' an,d Pilva.te, Ceol DeWeivw lajtcxnte. man is omr lun0'0j." 1 cj e !os-In- sr St-i'- .e Jolly, of Ownn limi, mil W. Avtcn, of I.oKLhiIUp, l ltv iiranil for llum p) ici't. lmlt- vlo htis mdu'tfd as laity liriidiin irtort nl imiM"" litnl'l'i'wtcra for Oin Pro. Krtitlve and llurtm Vaivtv, W. P. J.Xai nnd Matt Ilojt wore n,mnl r.s minUiorn at a committee to m'uet nl. (3tr-- o V. j of onur-.e- , thiT-- j ut an IriUinvfl'iiK tliat tin Sptyikers' Iitirciati of the Indiana Kopub State Commlttoe s mv-lout tluit JrH to tnotvoiof Uio p lo-i- mltteos of membvirs who wine Inullnod to support Jtoosevo't, lnstad of, Tatt. The m"etlii! was cillod to order by County Chairman It. B. Martin, who read the resolution refeircd .to above. After this rcjidlns Secretary Poster tho roslniitlon of nlnjte'"!! im n of tho committee, uulne momUirs on ttis oonvnlttp'". Tho r;j"lirna.tlon vas oo(ptcid, and the of ,the commlttw tmmedliHy went Jrrto M;ecittive Mr. K. P, Taylor, of aksiNqr Ilini, vn selected, p til iKhe iiuyuyiy of lViaiw, Mlirt roslmml. Attorney Otto C. Mirfn wxi snJeoUd as ulialrmun of the ctukliiiKn comiulttee, nltih ilr. John II. Tlvomat of Xarnnw, as sncritaiy. ittjinjr toiowlr.R Tho otntnidit, fortii tlrolr rcaiions fqr rettenlng, wWi th(Ir nameri, jvas rictvl. .p.'e-s'ntfotir-Ujo- ,tln U nuMntt of Ken thosj of t,lnt hi.'ty who woad not .ttanl fir J jit nomln,i- Uon. We wll bo iqoms.l'fjtrut and not follow a nonjiatlon wCiliqh Is as mush 'JMo than tliu namlnnVin as l'io numbor of ,Statos pan'ali'Jlpa.'.Wn In it eKceoJ Kentucky. StONED. J. Ny Iloster, tiist Hartford Pre cinct; S. T. Barnott. ,Vio.st Hartford Pro clnot; D. E. Vnr4r Bcda illroctnct, V. & Condit. HJtin Preclnce: Hi. C. Hill. Smalllwua Jrf lolncit ; iWh. jHimltton Mc. Henry lrCclniot; H. It. Bswon. South Itockport Preclnot; Ttcnry ViJiaJibUrn,, North liockiport PrqclrM.1; Oaudo Hud son, BuorijJj,VOclnce; Unmcp Canter Nar rows ITc't. W. V. MUklff, (IUlp,h iPrc't. C. C.Jlnnls, Prentls Precinct; D. W. Ownn,' Jlendcr Prctjniot; W. Uramah Proclinct; W. T. Ktown, IVeist Fordhiillte Precinct; I M. Smith, Cool ISPdns Proclnat; John D. Jpknon, Sulphur SprlnTroctnct; W. Blunkenshlp, Dast Befiver Dam Pralnct pritd ENBOWN LIFE Central City Man Attacks Mate With Hatchet. Had Been Threatened and to Police For Appeal-e- d. Go-1j- Pro- tection. Central City, Ky., Aug. a talor, wiio thta morning tacked lVs wJf while alio (was In 31.-J- qhn JJut-9lngo- ir, Ch-a- at' Native of Kentucky Dies. New York, 2 SUJ. Jtrcd It. Calhoun, Journa''lst and vetqran of the 3 home In Brook Civil War, djed m lyn yesterday after an ijlrnss of four morrtlis fofjowlns an operation, die iwa-- s slxty-ifgyears ojd, and Is turvlyid by a widow and three ohlllrin. ilaj. aa,(lioun was born In anl was eyluoatod (In Kngland an,l at iHeld- t. 1 ht wllih an attorney ntgardlmr a suit for dliprco and blLLd Ujt, died tonight of burns wlilth lw nuffenod by saturating his cloVhlrg ard 1ih th,oj with isasaillne and then aiMjlJlling amtclv Butainger died in the couriWipuse yirii qjlRirg. to this country atH'io of the Clif.I War, he Joined n Union r slment trom Ills tiaiMiia S'1't0-Hsoncd throughout tho war on.Q3 bjlng In the breast and titer a lo?. Ho was napturcfl and Imprisoned Jn I.lbby wh"ro he hoTied to iltir the famous itunnul and Ilturnln? tfn Chl-c.i,?- o. d, njl-r-- t w de-H- ro si w U-- Iultll', JIst. b-- - tt 4.- pre-Uot- n. Ilqw-ver- be-V- at rwml-natto- . lra I.Is isliln wnfo ,tta J buriod tomorrow. clouble Central City tiugedy was tl'o nosu't ot manltal dlftiren-c3- , wlilth arose btwiqon Butirlner nnd Ids wlf aJtlC)Usli they l.ad been, marillcd but six motiitlis. Three months after th woJidlng husland liid wlfo sopanatel attor a merles of quarrels, tho wife rent- iog a hU!3 which he ouuuiJed with her mother. Butalnj&r had Iiuportun'.'d l(u wife to return to him, but islie turn ed a daif oar to his appenfa, assenting tliat Jit was impassible for thoni to a?roei Thirty mlnutea before Mrs. Butalngcr was Kl.lod fjhe ta'fcod to neighbors, while on her tray to the office of Attorney James Stroud and told thorn that her husband ltad totd iher that alw wou'd belong to him, dead or ailvie, but Uiat slw thouglit idfifforenitly.. However, She appa,aVd to the Qhlof of Palilce. , Mrs. J3 utsinger was ajjUilng In tfio ottlce of the attorney wilnon h.er husband d entored, carrying a .liatfihet. Ho struck her twice tn HIio head, tJo flnst cutting off Uio rlghjt ear, and tb second penetrating Uie skull. Attorney Stroud fought (the enrftiged man, and broke several calrs pver hjU head. Tttien ButsJngicr turned on Uio lawyer with Bie fcnl to p,nd the letter fled, with Butsinger paraifng him. Rushing through the principal Htroet, tlourlalfjig 'his bloody hatched, B(ut)sJjyf V dashed into Ms hqp fat the fpar of tho C. H. Biandfoiid Insurance JiuctlSgV" oraja,lng through fctie ghaa wlndiow pane. He tied a nope around his neck and ajtjtamptied to choke h&mso'X To eVJi FollJlng In thjs, hi poured aisone owr H'a c lathing and liis shop, and Utn City, wilii'je hi was carrl-- d after he had bosn pu lad from the blaz.ng buJudiPB Inptfilih ho had Ills shop. H,o suftcird tanriMo for the skin on Jils h.tnda and body hun? ',n shrieds. Ills head Ws swoll'n twice Its normal slue. Burial of tho tlor will (bo In Central wluo,re IVjIt-chfllj- at Tl kain-edgje- I nom-Inatl- Tufi-JUiat- ca, tl'l I oi cCr-o- vom-mf- Karl-Ingto- n, ot jr ! Sun-tlno- lf oxp-xto- i ( nds poi-slb- , pmlm-ip'c- MUCH BUSINESS JtvrTVi il vwp VienifVlMi ,fr In.-iv- r imUiya. The ntnvwrt r"n.V linvo about jlUjoJrvVvl nV liV v infl'i' ncc. ,H; SCHOOL FARMS tmk a train ISJXPECTED Industrial Outlook is I tVneml trodj prospToVi i,ro r.rr.if-la- v s. tor Wt rn.iiii hik'mI nj I.iibt n'Nriraw nf mmninirinl uro f tattfy that w m4mvwir ntf' trrmjr!l Cor !r.rus. nc'tory.' Tip" 1 M Seventeen School LATEST I Mrs. Mooro rf a H ny w istniUmi. S'io nw.vl'Inu him ftt ll torn it .ltlira i1Mi hw. M inrti tut frsmi lf 'ud I -- - 7CR1X t'iL-- (0'F i'OIV'Gr of tlio Humm LIFE, mscMnum, by mlo-s-i- snr'nJ. of ii'e 'iy u lluct An l.nuatwn of l!in dcOtimulJtio of P)is).i. m t.w 'V.le.n. Do not s.ip ., NatunN tneCm,j ,,, vl Plans For Raising ! Money p1n!on buK'iiMffl a. t) t'u ffr.s is illv'pted TWu of ;nMq twiiirlty For Education. Farms Oper- r n.in, Homi and w'tli tint liav? Ion' th fa wiiwt, and d'.iountid AnVi"fi Trade Prospects Encouraging-Merch- ants 'i.iv bcui rnrft'K but are bufcio".s rY.tjV nWrs-Ahto fnofUiv. In Hut Prepared for 'iowvit Ui3 tl'nufl.Jiti b s Activity. llff'jrnt. lUs IlnsVia, not Ilk" tkV jrovwrr.-tmtho atigurfo of kilirvr Lnntukl th-- ml IrctHfe. Two nryitjis d,m.s-tiVisly t of hot tariff pr.tn-Intnil- y " Ti'il ?rw York, Stn'.. a crop yir. Tilio Wort wi- ili"od of UK Many of our V& Hii ln would lu ii"ouly! ilturb l "It nulotty down ItitcrAst. th lo anJ Ignore the valu." of i.oOiV),tf by any orlou.s n'vlnwn of the tariff. of now wiaiMi jirodncx.l from Mie soil whUi wtlj be the mm'ti Issue ilurln 1 i ttvni;n.'in tli's Ski. nnd ynr, 11 sum o.tia'. to nhi'i'-i'i.In a Jns d lit. To Wie cnit dlsturbuwe worn I be r.ifntfl in tlnvis the national While tine Unvit Is re!:,ini of the Nprthwi-s- janoU'. uuartons. s i' tlits ,wJU prave 1111 lrrastlirp Imp 4ns. oon'roYiCil chlaTo' by 'qui IrV-iui.1 ,ltmknri ntil ,M intif no, lii't is unavoi amy fornvw 1 u oy n.i turora aj'JlvC are n'cjMinK fur a Kv' tlona'i pml Int'JJui'.lona'. lntorft..', Iimv-Our riIIixkuI iivitii-jr-r- s Is alUB.?!ji,iri'cM lln rssporUn to woV.orn business antlo'xatti a liuivy traffic anl ar opinion. AStor a'A It Js lovtllii! tint uciuorl-ingtoj jimcli icon, lorat ton Is ,b?ta;r iiCd wiuliimcnt Ulstrlbutns tliMr to pV.ltcs. cxp-x-- t 0)nrA- will ifiortly, A irwrvtli Iwno" we tHn tlw oppvtunlty for ciJ s of o.ir r'li'Ttft.:?. linar to lKurlnnoc3 will bt owr, and Snrao tinie ami tlie rillrmJ; liliprol or enra nn IfciMin-tlv- i, lifter tho Nojnilr ?i etlon Ui3 n,30-lt- y ordT for p'j.ltloa.' flrownrki. will bo Ijc mill ft laniih of frolsht nqoma Inurcen,t. Con.sllcr'.jij; tills Ctct tjuro is wlicai 1U1" crop movement evitable Its lm'c'it 'n rT.ion In taVilns i ni)no lnp?Xu'. xl'-yio lixxt riu-lK-a Untojier. Two fir tV e towiird national nojlftes. J5;jpmlxr oivl Tlio nurkJt lia,s n I'rwi? unilrtim"; taiatlw luciitw tlio wntTii ilrei m-rVj Jm.s iiincfuly t,iktn sure to report Kntitly InrnjixTd tin-'Lns- c.n..H'.r:ili'e Tho p.i1lr,'ftl. fW Hot bjnetlt pV.oe, wJilch mny lnlure tjmponiry .mercvy from th lirso itoj but ;il.o r.antion, but in the aUsno' nf any ,to tlio np or oVicr il'VOi'ojtnjnt into, rom what U10 crops ur.' tuuir-i- l mtsil, o'jc., by U10 ffn.rsi.1 rt'.lnn''' of an unfavonbl; naJiire, wt rinaJ-ln- '. a nwp aa.Ii an I tnilustiiles (iml iy to manuf.icttirtiw T.!i miv'Jon will Vie va.it (iiLintlMcvs ff iniinufatiUirvl forjwurd (vrvt Uik from th" oier anl Uvn w raiy Irolut. of to lacrea.s'd ftotUWy. Jn return for tho pn'tUti liawn ' HKNflV CT.KWS. r.iw prrUlots of ,th; West. (Xo " Injury tvui now iKiiipni to corn for only ' Cannot Be Cured tin northern motion of iho trpp n n ilanifer of ury fnast. CWitcn H by lijat app'Jrstlons, ns tlipy csuuint portp-i of tK" any ritili the l tit itlie rlk mow oilnr mrip and tho ne.vrt tw-- pr Uir?e Tlwre ly on I oae wiy to cun iliif.no.s.s, nnd tliat Is by onrtlt'f.lonil iim.iUf s. may proi".-- ;i frltltti' i jfrl-i- . wwi-tIs. no rsuw for D af ni. Is cauvi by in .Inf amed Hut at prstai,t tli-and Uic outi'ook Is for a lan,o dl:io.i of tji mucpus lln In? of tjre Kns t.tolilim T,ub. WJi'n till.-- , tube l.s In- ylsYUy.vfiiO UiA'is or over. -rti Inw u runibHrf,' niurul or very i OUr industnlil outook. , ami when it Is .ii- TJi factory. hlfl tiul?, iititnjei ft lnipjrfoe uroy oowii, uxirncA is uve rvult, and raltlifiU' JivJIciaUir of bu'llnov-- o. C3'jl!nly active luid jpriu- - fallow a unless tl;e infUmmat!in con ) taka at.ii.llly adv.uio'JW tcn,dam!y. JiiWIn out smd .tills tuba re.Jtorcl to It noriniJ by the amount cif lni.s'nss nlvrul for condition, lionn'n? wl'l b deistroyei nine cise.s o.t oX tan are oxusid ruliioal rnvl b'ij r( tl pjn"iruQ'J(in pro far a ly Catarrh, w!iWi 's notliln-purjKk.ss, the IniVrutilniftM but nn Iffiuy buslniw for S3in3 nmatli-- s to lafb;iicd pondltlon of Wie mucous The ou,tlook for itlie ovport fas'.-sWo will Klve Ono Hundred Dol'ars for M tifule In .stwl Is ft'--si na,'jlHfl u;Url 6 s- of U.ufn'is (oa.usol 'j.v fortln cDun'url"s 0(.ie ts n fine products uitarnli) tlutt cannot ,I2 curod by Ji'i-l'- s niaiid far Aim;rlt;an Btetl owbv; to a In Citanli Cui. Swl t'r ctrcuUr.s fr-- . exituislon. !'. J. CHHNKV & CO.. Tulvdo, O. botli Kngl,uvl and Gernvuiy the jt,ock Sold by Urusls'.s, 7"c. tra.iK is tatjd to its utmont sipp'y Pj,i"a for oons'.l. iins forftisn and imvitiic rcqu'rj- - Take lLxll'3 jiiMnts. Last y,.ir tli U,n(ltod Stains patlan. .l"v PU'jJ "UUr- ' id It Hwln ... M....J In fa!.in4 up lha prop,, h," "That- - funny," U out the puis.,,., (. '," . ,".. j.,t. privity, titer :!.y witm hvH .h, T0".1? ,r'Jm :.',;X .".u- . ..h .,'.-- st .f.-- 114 wcl' nt cl'iyinrf nnJ mxitl.ini! 1 Co .'. . si- - r.im.nc.1 Mitt." ul. II tit anu ' (he biooJ .... . .. ....'...i .,r.T,"i.i..t. ...v..... ...... i.,.,-.,- . .. ....- ' ", ,ii.aflnl J(il cnwi'tic ho wm in liw w i . ,.,.. n.l ..4..I.K...... llii rso o.io ever .a.vj -- - ........... mi, ......... iMil ,,',m to a ro.Voe .stoMbvi. Mtt. Min.i' ;ry The f tiorve f . . u,i i 0Zt4&K u.iJ . h.m of haWrs Lik"i Jl.irno frinn 'i r rnmJ to:- -; "Hett ri?sforw i Co tlio Mood, nc.-x'.v.V h lu.i-- f ntiiti'in4 rJilnWi rv.'t!:o.ls of rcctrn1 w '?43V ion .lie rocvit;y Jir. ".-- . u"rfi un l, '. ft tl ' W UIIJ IC:iilIl,; 1"; f l1.,r-1- br ""i"', :;.n:n 1 u . i. .............,.,.,. .i,.,.,i . tu-t- ditit'l HVa W y, .'iii-.ri.v- .io (,,..:. e, nti n Letter From Unclj Sam's Boy. Jlllo'i., Aiw. 21, IJ12 ; !- ated Last Yeaf With Gain of $1200. XtyUlnj? mitv money for Wioir m,u.i!, Uuui wns bUw iTalswl by taii'.Von. til 'o:th IMuiMtanta of Wake coutnty, CarotnBj alopvd the finliiue opvll"tit the Vtnd Mirnwindhu of ott'.!laUnr silwls, tlw? tnonr obtodrwil (mm the si ie of tlio crojvs brhw? Un.sl for th uch benefit pf Uw ni'ool. S:vnleyi sulioo' f.imis wwri sinnnited JlsI yi ar. They wiw work tl by ISM ir.sMi. men, women an I oliiidiicn, who I'un- tribute tlilr later frcr Tito nrt i.'ii from ,tlie untTpttw wa nearlTills new mow ni"n,t to a I lltlani! fuaU .r the touiitry .siViocl !s by A. C. Moaa'ian, asslsViut In runa.'. tdutiu'ilon In line United Bureiu of niuca'Jtin, in u msorro;rh Just bursl for free ill.s'.rlbutiim by tlu1 id l't. Hrily, f'B, " r;J mnni..i. '. "t ... liu" I lr; ' do-e- vl ni t Mbil 1 wi-4- t b: m-i- - n; ptfl 1 burotu. Mr. Moaah-u- i writes: v "TJie plan Hus b" n s. n 1 t)ne firm tiio,ni'nt aad of miall farms of fnom two to Vn aires In cnnnqotlo'i wl'h every county sohool. Thjs farm Is to In iviT.ltfttMl by the rliUilren and tlilr piroft'.ti, worklns .toi'itir on cer.itu Ujy ternil "ixiiool Cum wurkltv; J.vs t'Ti!ie 'nork,'n bsv." are pxslwbi purposv as uoll as for tli fir cultivation of the 'and. H uih sjiioi.l farm Is iLvu'.y tdwsn to one crop. A r'vju.'ar ?v..tn of ry'.i!im Is The anWintmul P'annl. wrk djr,e unlor tin .supjrvlpron of th. best farmer In JJio viuln'.ty, w that , msUiols an iKv ry por-::- i, ther-for.taklns rsut I irlven tfve Uv nu.st op;r,.uniy to obs-rv- sV ins of raisins Wie crops siieofts-fu- ! under ou'tivrHton. "TJie lrco:ne r (Iv(l from f.'i kiV of V e pnvJuucts rals"l on th-- .s.jhojl pur-p- a farms is used for .s. It is hiied by th!.s iivV'm..nt to aeoomplWli to d r- -' Ijinji: mike motley to b3 usvl In uppiment-In- s the scJiool fund; 'pon,i, to offer Jti (pportiinity ,to mike tlio ajrtcu lure ln th.; rural H.iho-t- ' of intl'ely al oiil tf" l'.lu.i'rate lio-pVuj-anfirm work fan J? ma'l,e nn ler prober cicni'.lMorj, and thlirl. 'io nW.'r rura'j communities opj. ir'ua'itl ir Si.therlrgs to develop Uw social alio of farm lite, with Uio wiao.'jliois.' tti sola" c tii'.er of tlie oonimunity and the principal occupation of fch p3f;i.'e farm'ft ontftr of ln,Vrst. "The first work u'.ls iloaf at Holly SrlnJis, whre two jiia-- s .njn two acros of .jjid w.jre plaat-- l In cotton. Tho alitor work' was done by the wioni-.and chilli" n of tlie community, while Uw mon did the work. A illniiT waa a part of Uio for null BkViarJnjr. "Two bal ,s of o.Jttion wire nalsvl, r nqtUrg the "hoiol $119. Tlv next the puti was trl.-at Uoi7;n sjlton'., ths crops rilsod iniCluiijr.K qotton, fn.M, tabacc-and wiheat. On ithe nV,v,jn (tarm-- s 100 persons p irUtap-atcr- l in tlie iivom. Tie net prioflts wis Jl,-- '. tiast yetir blx aI'.tIor.a,. firms ,werw astalaiNved, irvihini' a total mf n 1 lis-jl1 v e . .u?rii oni'l tU .sWinol Kvtb: . Jik po-I- Deafness a'iwiys intTilfil wrl'lrw a l''-- ( tir ) your ip i,p r nad iu (low is .i jp' I time I wilS ittvrt It. 1 am Just off of a fjilp frtni HpiU',t, WLs., to Kt. 1lM,ty. W Irul ipiib' i time In Sivirii on mcvjuvv,a but V niKle .r plcaxuit. the ir.aroli (210 mlliis) in 3) diyis ikil.t tlirouh 'ne fine country .ml 'ils sv.nw Kiwly country. IVit tlw" mw .i)imtry Uxin bil, ni;4if!y H'.ito i'VSlti'. V.ull'on, tlu Wo ftiytl in MjuH'on four iliyn an I tounrl it to l u nloe town. Tluro wre aNmt 2W la'n nifie U6 nsarch lr- sIJs Uremva'ry and anUll iry wit.VJi tun' to Uio nune placvs nvvkliw a lirfe;i.li. Of lOlllr- - .Mure was mll'.Ui tnuii rr-am- .' x Vite3 tlwre and naoh Ht.itus '.iy l tli"lr.t'-lajvfjr Justniistloii. WliJ'.o I am p tiki'.n,!f of Uie noitntry unl I wi I metvitn u'.ll t:iMibunu. I,t is alto a rCce town nnd wo lia.l u thftfe. TI:e iitvl' viiiv1 omit to - as by the L!iu.inds the icanp to uid vcry time we w tit to town thov all vlnUI to alk V as but t ni way or another f.Vy mnml to llk Co II, 2.1 LnCantry. Not Ju' b.iuius lj..it I l.dtins to that i.'ittlt but b;ciusi' e they mn wiho lvn Hid In (the Islimls. A'ri.skn, J'.uvuv-- i and all wver the wiorl. l'eoplo Ilka to titk .to m 11 like Uint. Wlyn 1 pwk of m.n of rKc 1 ntn .ut ta'l.'r: of mj..Jf. It I.s ilk ny w.hun th y flr.tt lln." Uie lxiy.s h Jiivj Il? f -- . Ilul.ilo.M. Y. r Vi k'. -P" c . d I ' i.i l i . in i ..... ."i. I...... I.... . . . r mv illr ,Mi fm ft.il vnf.H v.'r id n i;:n. rl t'l.t sho l!rUiil, snlo it ,ui,,., New i. h" ' ' I.I fiurdltlcn-n- t doctors arxln,.,,. f ,i "ni.niptkn. odiers .ill ,i,l, b H"n. unat.ltjtltuii fnr v. . jti liilil l'J.' ' ii V , . .. I .... . WVii 1'. .1 'Wn ..i I, r it 1 .im. ird Mm. Doh:J. ' ' n Y...I n.lvl. hi .,,.. ,,. r,. tlunii - c - ! I i'iiiSi Vwl 1,1' I I..HVS Ikfiurbs-nlMtilcsin- ,... ,...-- , , orilil .l I ci-- . . .. i i ,n, ... ," , h. 'V' .pound.. I ',, ,, nin't -s JAMES & CO., First Class Liveryman Kentucky. Centertown, - mlj-Itl- Prompt Attention and (lood Service. TRANSFER MKETS ALL TRAINS, c- OUR CLUBBING RATES. " i a-- sil'e The Rei'UULIcan and Louisville Herald nutl The Republican and Courier-Jo- n Globe-Democrat $1.3.r 1.50 -- eM-ow- t.h-u- dU-uH- n ' o'. ol 1 iniui. nriiutil unite around honu thouah. J of my sirvl e o you itui Uonio, nv" lii bjji R4'f. 'My i,.. ci Tilyiy n.iy "l bit, minstlv wW Ml you .t- - for jou"- - r- j 1M1 first cn'Jstmuit vn from to Aui;. Jo, j;.. at Cv J'2, , C. C. A. 1). .n Apr1: l.'nn-cl., The t-- KV-I"- fn'd of that tlino yjpiir.s liea-ilrj;- o. , f.r-bo.- th otr . fvir-lom- e. WJril-M.Uk- ra-nill- , i. of. cjii"anMf wiliwih wis ubfut ons-lliftl- io iiny t.irlff IcwHlilm twctarp w lwUls Jn ihe )mP j (rlu wuq!l (...u the l'roiImt iir,ompt!y nxted rtihe" tan- - as itkts: reduction bill. Tfus nCpt fliaJor in "Mns. Jones of Iost Creek lot a can luiw uitcly M,wn jiuitlfl-j.bl- u ofleneir slip 'a,st wmels anJ cut trcrrijli." Ttv wilip.r iihancs ln itlie jnntry." anoUiPr rttronj frroup, tlH3 bntfT "A oif.i'jlilevoiu.i iUd of MaVnsOn tihrw i'.u ln this wvtlon nf itho m.trh't a ,sVno euid struck a conipinl'jn lu dllO ,tO till3 klVJWl U th'l(t t(llrJ the ajlfy :u.st were securing b.it.tir j!llvs ttr ithwlr oit "John 1oj o'liiib"iil on Vie roof of put. , Quit ft nuiiilmr ,of oUncr iro. his .house last wwek loolAns for a Tnliuint Industries shuwwl n ai7inc-5n- s and fo(, tilklns Iilmwif on t,ho back "TJie aliUdren of tho oountry wivit tonidenfy h'nautje of (sUlsf ponch." 'CuniUUons and Jiiinrvisln,ir profits. "VU'.lj Ilaiold Gr.vn w.as c;rtJn thofe .suhfKil farms nad the o5hr . pie are In sympathy w;ith .the idai In tho railroad wiutinii of tiluj nurkt Ml8 Vle'i t Wise lirme from a church tMnilltlons w,'jv x(iunmliut omftq'Jnif. I Siuiiy nls.ht a fia.ve d,-- at. Tho results luai irvn an Aacivrnod t jlioo'.s and thu hU''! In tho KiMnq 'roicbi mo k.ii'iun tn lu CV'P- takdl tliciin and bit Mr. Ur-oa th-work, an Improveirvint in tlio appn.'-ftftf- o llunjifjy pnijjiifuv. Othcin uiv far piUCt wiunro." of the hulvV.nfip unsj Jinny oiivuniiii; tfiitiHfi.L',tiiiy r ffnounds "Iniae Trlinnicr win pUylng ivllfi a ail I the lvurt,'ii?n,lns J'lttn, cauiirs uono. m u,iii(Uik t imim-In- s cat KnUiy, w.lien it of the fiot (I Jilm on yir; aj-- the dvi'oiimrnt of a betrailroad fr'io Jvvivy the vor.iud.1." iuvI an (liaprovu-mo;i- .t oii nsloiiis in bio V 'iibar s "Jlr. WVilto, whllo liariifvirfni,' a brim-u'i- o ter community ln senarol f.uvu'rt,' ,iu Uifj full u nl Jy Ow il.ni'uuils nciw jwiilt-In- s ln,st Hittm'ay, w;i.s Just aljirwiivrit, have ip'ia'.ul a fAnun. siith of Uu onti i rib." Norm in Mick'i TJfl Miliry.i farjn niiOMrim .nt (was olul .strain U!fu n niimli (h of ,Vir )in;o Nation i'i 'MiKitlPy. rrtllwny ui,'piM,t luis. uiidsr ti'vo UikUjs-1.jtji.it lJVMi)i'l'4r f .. v'. JiiVI, Uiq oounty tho ml rcid buyji Iiuh iiiImiikkiiI, of but Clorlous News i1i.ia tin iiuiiiuftl uot Jio.ji pvmli-ti- ! evinvw from Dr. J. T. Curtis, rwy'i,1 I'ubUe IiistiUQ'jIon. New ypii; &jn. to mik'i (l hn.ut'0.s Ivui. Ho wrltn: "I, not only haio i.urjl Nineteen Miles ln ruUx on I Uivc bvn peivd.'it.ejil'y bid casv'of tvssnma In my pi.(J,Mi.:s without a Jar, sJioei; or dU'nrilmaao, is b'irro.s.oil by Kiorniii n,t Jutivf unim'. wlLH IOl'cti-lilttcrs, imt alij tvirod tho awful of our iiutji tlir)Ujt'l "Iliiy Jia,e in o1i,iiku of aroupluir ,by IJiimi of the miao i!Uirt spic". Wo wondv at isuolr oi,3 if. Uiiiumoh.). pt throiiKli J,iictvii.t fuul .suro th'y Bill !itij..flit finyi.i.-tunj'is .movonienj, and .so .1) thovj jwlio tiulflu. Wfiw itlijs to fall Mi. .sliiojw-tli"ir of wa.jii.i." iwiviA A'viuuidii take l)r. Klnjt'n N w I..IJjd'.l.ls Tn j I li? ipilt.. xjiIuis. ji'ffKt wo u .Viiiwik Uivo prolyl .tint iy,jtrlc Hlttons Is vrli.liuf, no dlatrcjvs, juuit Ufinoupli ,work Villi iumxiliJuJ.lv fl K'Jww up a iii.t ftffu.tlio blool junltlcr. 1(1 an tliriit Jirlnh--s good hoa'flh and fl,jna a mi miuwuis is uie uirpirnfiitia mi'i .oxuoli'at fo:nvmiw, ttit,t'jr, oatt Sm at all .l.niKwIi'tis. w nun ih'ufei' r iae.ii-tM- ti homn, iili .ns, b U uwl nuinltis wrv'i. Mvt-in Uw iarjj.r oltlijM. fi'iiU in ou.s It stJniuUtcw Uvmr. KiJa y& ami Iwnw's. Man Answers His Own Wife's it irmiiwuVwH oi.fuy :lltat or.U i..Lsona. h It of i.nii.u purpose, Irpuntly u Ul0 for construction "Ad." For Husband. J.. ,-I'.loJ W ,ts. Jirtiifaqtlon uf an impioduutlvo .ia,tuno. DurUvj t!i aunmnUod, by t,y ner Clri.iot iy, .,us. uf rtruKislat ' yar ur two our i.lln(inW will b. hUiUuid, .whom ilio Ji.id m(t tlrpiu:h n oblkidil to raise Xi(jO uiiu.uiitM of n v To Mothers uuttlmonJnl Iaicr Mrs. (1. Jl. Jloare And wpfcU, wjiluli, in vliiw of tho i,'h r You cm uij II'jeU.irt Ainnlu iilve u.dv.iriJsM-- 1 Jn th.o kuiw iullliiui'bun UiU to s.uisi .JiiUiun of otzuai, raiiiu fur nimi y, w ill imtym nn tot. time und'r an assumtiil name and rj- hitiiillcaii ito ,woik imiU. tur, I'Jiaflnss, n'.y mvi urust,'! )iumo.i', cily.rl an unsw fnum .Int unHuspnntlnn Ho lUHi', 1.1 lu.MvVH'l', luislanws u wo I, as liulr ibwll'VUI AnjurJioi, '.J"lw, who oxpra iui ivirwwt fl.lro luji Jn viiliiniw .liity juay I.J outa, burns, tlw biiutlful Mns. iHoaiilnUa (1tc, with uyl jt "to hr io fctimwo lliiMuh niil it Is n.t iifity. Ni'.lk'i ols Imii.'Vi k iiuJjk,!y. HuMtf.wltli an tiijuins nf JW.ox)." ultliin,to-.Snu'HiUiible .1,11,1,1 r,tpvr! Mlwil'y ".Mm. llwtir" iinfi.:.m,nd (Mo ro Oio inter- - For l.'lj, uqw,!, mj, runnliii,' JBUiUj Uuiiijiu.ru ConinibHion will a'- - . wrty or plivi it liai no isAial. 25 cKt UuU If Jw wouJl iiome to liiuri,iwl.. Jyuu, juuwJwt rj. it ull lirutftfUts. the coiiiji.anic Ihor Jionie, J.I19 wou'd tjk it ovvr. Ioo'9 ) l'-jv-uii'jn-?)U- product. wfBnvitnl In the u MAidHNuiiMd of 0Yir awxr.ioju. A1, m oiilrjT to rt0 ta VJi.ln.'y our stoel Industry is in pUi.J'd slt at ,U dej4k h!x (UjM ,n w CHVlltlon urul ivnt Mk,y to be injured fl,ur W2ek3 ln Ul9 m(!i;,l nn,, our total tila,ivoo Work for the Editor. uu t BlJwe vm j ta ai t by .,w huy o.m-munil- 'y pri-srra- m Stevons, Or.RTin. bains' tli 27 of April, 1WI, from the M. Co. C. A. C. I t!i a rie.ti'U.t'.I ln Jlie Mil Infantry Uiti nt Kt. TJiomas, Ky., on the 13 of July. 1I, seri'iur until-- , Mjin-l- i J, in Co. U. th inf.in'ry. Wlivi Ui y were orl r, jl to t'u I'hi liolnos. it wiu traiiiCciir"! nnl I JJt tut J'nt TIioiiuls .to Jin Uie 4tjt InSmtrv Uivi coming from the LsiiniLs to Ft. T'lomisj il th" rcnvilrd.r of my siimd! aid th -. 1 wiw illMluiriil ).i tlio HtJi ilay nf Ju'y. 1W7. My third term was mostly r.t Ft. Thumas aUso. I rlnl.sttil iun n,i the 2Lst of Sopt. vm and nt.i)il (Jure until March 13, 19U. I tl for Honolulu, Hawai'aai Is'iinds and (.yl Uic-rJinUI the lSth ojf ,Sjt. 1311, li. ln Cil!. 'nt ,to Ft. McDjw-.s'- J nn.i . dhvluufe'cd I ttwvi went to Cincinnati a'V1 rsln'Jrttd Jn the 2Vh at F,t. Hrsidy, Mich, and wjuro i am jiow wrvlnjf. Will now Vm'4 AI.VA M.VUJ4Y, O) O, i ln'fty, diiari;d at J'ort 1.75 The Rkvtkmcan and St. Louis l.fO The Rki'imiucan and Homo and Farm Inquirer .lfr, The Rki'itbucan and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The kepubucan unit uany uwenaooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 51.50 ro Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. xti ;t' r YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads th-rc- INoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And wn P. S. Was ,born and tini, Ky An article tluat lias In time be,oom9 tho oJ.sa witJi l'rt IlrriiJo-- . ,Mluh. JPs.'-w- ravd nftr r other printed forms are given Tufii-xJay.- Hev,eu-te-:- -- fa-m.- s. i QhombiraJi'M Civi-rItmly hia b?tn attsstI by many den' ors. Jl'.re is oao of tlmm. H. W. II fi pmiuloir. r.l nurlt Tiliat cliouM nuJi Special Attenton ' In The Republican Ohio m V)'.-l- "Qhamben'aln'.s Is Fall. ii lor pousiiifl, my bsst Ooagh Itmdy coiils nnl urojp, and .uliir." IV.r ii.j by afl lad., WTltei U tho Job Department. poc-U- dffiicr.s. Int-rc- i Mix Up of Items. A lyinjir In NaMivlVe 'IVnti.. n.ii',i,!n-tlio folowdry; itf.m which (jnt :n! ip bltUKi.n a in un!i,st ntkia and a K l o -- yi, klkl silc; aSocond c 1 my-so- lf pil iv . i ,111 feei-liui- s. i n,-- j ., iui Others p,ldl-Wiuu- .1 t "WlUJam fiuMi, pn of Sir io on;y and .Mrs. Ji',ih Kiultli, arvl JIi-x.wy .VniJ.nr.son wiro lltipos"l of at pubic auutlon, one mile iat In tho of nwonty-flvi- o Inli'i'lrir two tnulw an,d twp!ij Hqid nt (tn'l. Jtv Jackson tli1 tho nutUii knot for tho uw jnuiyls on thu jurtlcs, aviirajftvs hoof. Xho bMutlful lixynu of tjio Irld3 was (inior:itii iwilh piio. sulky nko ono icrJtyJpr and ,tw h its f ,wrlc lwrmi, neary new, uad jus,t lnjfifo tlio vpildjn iiTOnony was i.rnnouiiiml, ...viim'. k ooa-- s wouuirw in inuli ,w'm ivni lured by one milch niow, Uw ywvn oVl, ono Jcrrsii. ww ftrjd pna Khj-p- , who canrl'id a Jiurvjh if ibrlda'a roses (In her liuul, was very bountiful-- H'w wire one 'light nirJiijf wukoi, twx prjits of I'fiPi (, itliwu mn'ka of liay, mo of molVJhio desou uad trimiasi wlWi uliout 1C0 baslml of (spuds. T'io brllal mmilo It'tt jostcnUy on an p toivlod ,trlii. Tumut uoah."' s. pr-nc1 . Bad Spells I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was almost and had to give up. We had three doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and Joke, as well as anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid for 5 weary years! Cardui relieved me, when everything else failed." bed-ridde- n, Cardui WomarftTonic than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy.for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They found it of real value in' relieving their aches and pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. for&Ki If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more U Jf jviu kiuiv of tlie rMl jitilm of y CJiimb.rolnV, l.Iriliivnt for am si'r.vie.ss of Uio muhcio.s, hpjiiib bvi' - and rlHiuivitlu p,ainsf you would norr v ta lo without . It. i'Vr ailo by all! J,o,i'ior3. I i 1 j . tp.rkr; TOMBS OF THE In ilixs ItiKihnjuin In IMS, ol nA ftv'trt, Wo"l,vrtunl 111. N. !l ' Is butfod nit ll'll c I" tVymViy, PRESIDENTS Zachary Taylor Buried Tic tnH nui;.Wprit iivoiili! lo tlw iliiml 0V1T t,bo Jitar i.mrrnff'r, a wvir iiirtt r Wnvn Ho i'f d U ?n BURIED TALENT HELD TO BLAME ' iMtiroc. H nf ul Oik ItJfto Cniivitcry It mm il(nllrn,t ul fln n4d to innMtfi vl.-t.lj- l,nKllf f'.lrff iiiotcy if at ifc7l. J(l sli't Hi I I rMirJntifl H, for the Illiterate. llnrll 111, iia(m ly like liltnwlf, of tlw but lit, if.nl th 1Y1UM (lend of Uw ifrfht-it'- ti Where Others Who Have Been rrmHeiitu wlio hiuo iuy, OPPORTUNITIES NOT REALIZED il Is buri-In Liko VJnw Ojn'itjir', at Head of Nation Find u lime, 11 inonii-iivClavilud, O., wlir-rooumjfirablo wAUi that of l.lnoom In an Awakening Address Delivered Resting Place. Is oxjmcjttil lo iiUe. by Harry A. Sommer, of the TJuid of tho treliUrn lwl lTJI-- ' Before the KenNew iiro two on'y Ho in ono Mit. tucky Educational Association, the ?'" Ji,V, Ulie soW'lnook off n Imli)!ift In NfW tVir-n- n lnt(iivtii; iirUci' builul In 5IafntliuwUs, two iptoifi iui People of the Commonwealth Were flip in Ohio, and one eafli In po'ub'-- r York, fffwn Una Kinnm CWy SUif of Forcibly Reminded of a Duty Long y I'MumylMiifo, N'TW H xniinhlm, fxinuMTjJnt; fv tomlw of tlm 1V Neglected. UjutU. J:V,ht 'io In r?vaie and f Uio Un!(il fMnlifi TVi lie hiire, the ae of tho Arianitt, at (utne. At a recent mcellnR of tlie Kenr liftv lV;i T.'kju ta ilttun uil luirdly is 110 Viillinl'o, ni WosUn'nutir tucky association Educational at mlkMl, 11 lu It'n mtlur t woit'il lit' jvib'lo Krouiid IwlonsliiK to Louisville, Harry A. Sommcrs of the t lift i Alilrty, no to njir to Ira mm fWlrj; Hi.. iii.Mim. Tho T'rfw'iili.li! Wcw! In thO Bllzabethtown News charged that the (I it i In v,iih i lb It il ml iU.!ii-l- u,t educated people of the commonwealth end, to the oliizuifhlii tjifit hey iiiuiKH ltf unrljlinj lnttm 1 from, to the nihility if the l(nn are chiefly responsible for the uneduibSKiiFKd. It c w'lnlo rtulit: iyni' cated and that Kentucky has been In f.Tti(t ii'oiilnuit nre tlii Uw UnAtr.il H'tt't lv". TliO I'TitHrlcnlii of cara on the public iiov? asleep for fifty tombs in WpinvitKUr Aiixiy, o wlio nre jlivul tiro tvpxt'y nil lui l of i1tu)rlifiti ar' school situation. In t'w n'Jlfitilx'Jiti1 of (tlie Ixyiu.' masninkiiwe jnr Mr. Stammers spoke In paVt as folIflnn. Yitt Hnnuijr Hit in tlieiy Ii jifntililni,' lows on Ihe subject of "The Press and WfuVifnKfoT n;l"il. wlilrJi thy of Onuinwc'i. The lxdy wliJi was the Public School": t,iyili, i.t Mt. Vrrm, l knr'wn Ui .il1 iloujit to lo lilt U uuisjli tluirv I charge that the educated of the Jul i Aifyurui ntil J 1in tlic ,w.irl. nil' Hit r U wan hurlid In iWiimldOTt r commonwealth are chiefly responsible Ho tfw t'nU QiUvry Adams at 11V Miifl In lull uji .kiIIiIm Ul at Ty for the uneducated, that the learned Tilu.' tiUiUui thurUi ut CJiklrnoy. Mu. jiVu't-m a Iw'e, Uie ' are responsible for the Illiterate. Wo bum, Hie iilMna no of Um1, jtv;(l (in nun trunk burltnl Itomtitii jtiw iailiH two have been given talent which we have wi"1 IdifJiff of naii ' li"wti j0 y ar nfUr Ih iluith-- a nirt of fie tf. m Tluilr v4f iiro biujil trorlotut nits of Uw Il"to-a,ttoy Hiino Jolwi Afliinui Ull on tli 1' In tJiU loiintry their Is 111 with Joffcrmn, u Httfuisti if.iM.t!nnu" . WMh"Acr eemetiry of IVtrHf, 1U, it I attKir tM, U ui n biirlttl Jn "a-- i liurjInsfnnuiU," .ur)i ul JuTy, lb2t Just Liilf a tho oitrVotllTK tlwi !', H'Tir lartifl nonutry (Wjlnrri'luii the ' In Near Louisville. Jiiimp h'KH IriNtory, tZW f't HU ''' Educated People Responsible ln" iiyln 1"1 Eliza-bethtow- n Tt Kn-'tuuk- jl'.v-Mi- nt r-- J , i i h-- fn vli n! ilj-- ir-ein- jn ji: iBRBaaElirifBM "' a lui-i-- Jit 11 wlwre lie lltd; und In rtlke nvuiner lintl Jolnul in Ctii's gra Is near !( honi" at ,fCi-'.um Mt,t(ny Uir In the enntcry lit IxiNlns-tmllviw, liut Tfnc.'rl In wiiu tllnJ lli)inaro Tailor lUd nt IpngHnpft, y Ih-- y t tlivir a ilrw c of hU yinotiry tlnJr Htje of iuotlui Mtlo )iy MP. nt ICeiinct. rsurd Is luriil ul a IVs Ji'tfvwn, Auburn. !nin.yl In liln funil'y kjmujmI iliy his lrfUikn'H gruio, and tlws tojnoftono 11k lml rvijt home ut Mont ilf"'M coverJns Ilia atul hW nii.iinn, of iui ii'nl iiiount Itjik oil Uie lly-'s- if miy bo swui from Iho HilwlV tirwi;)i tytncuwliu; lit. l(a wfohe "CI''?,,' an lion iMiiei r In tiliji waf UIh nvirmTarwlum .ill 'Vioiiio unfre-iini!j- il tlio irraiojanl fjiuixh Ii f Clrt-- t c wliltJi iiHt itliy niikjii; lllil(nl VLaMklkllKBlrX . jir oV, i. B LUllHI UU-U- 'lit blntli-li'ito- lV aStRRBijiflL jibIIKbIIIIVL ? HiK V cnnitrti '. l'-- Sfl r JaaaaaaaaaV wilwr f,i in mle In Ove jn-fr.'ilcM(iiu. John Uhkibv'ti, "tli" lipsuk k'AJHjm Wu hiiucuI lt liut i 1'omuiylMitiJa r," lia.i un iiimott linnok tluit tniblitnK vJmiH nztionB Uio unjii 1rk.1l Knivo In .tjio lVnlpi' lnuHiit It bo iniKJiv ind WIkhK i;iMiud at Vt'iniiiElon, Xhl. vennnilfio oakH; JtittT.jr 'tun- - Klwiniy luin It ovuTiKJieitii. tive fif my family, jmnj'at tho o'Jicr fo U tlie olt t!io Wojiio's ntrsi.ii;-v- In tho oil) n funaM lVuc Mmn,lf n." Thiw; JIrt(Lt!ons ire nulw'iuitiUly fariitO out. A ULt cmlnJiiInj,- - iymo flitnty praw. kUi;Vi n,nuiK Uio woods an Uie rtvl (to Mn- tlut UvuVi Imim d TajM! lll"llKk llllK'Jl 0010, JWwl by ltorji nm,Tk Uie lirjuiu of Ue Ui Uio un jirt vt Vlrgtivla, n n Mun,ljfullor( 1U th" of Jnffor-nu- n Ui Xoiinli llm'fiV-nt- . MailMtn, IVvdtVe iifjn Is buiV-lis wit', who dlfttl In 1S49, ?urhnfi li'mi (ilinirrt thiifty ivtir. inl two njilirwfi. T,o !on,nr anil aVxir Vlrjinla I'rr ctnlfnti, IV kT, lie wlUitn u ow fsut of In Clio flno of Hollywood, at J Iil LTTiKn tj. inanBOly omoiifili, &tinr.'8 diVLth, 'Jkc Uiono af Jolui Afcuivi nrxl Jtfferm, ft.ll non tlie MuUTfJi of July, lie, too, In 1S.11, five ittm lie. lat t'ic cut afil lUmmt tirl of our of Olui-rV- Lhln-Pq- mvnr -- 'niJi-otiic- r cem-itcr- and neglected our responsibility to sist him and stand by him. We were Grant lutlotl asleep when we sent men to the legIn itiic q"iiilfiy tiK his islature to y4uriiftOf Ills KTM.it eUl T (nvirk-V- l liome. Antliur died Kromont, O., City question unfit most grapple with this generally indifferIn Npw York and tlko n.T,"Jn' tlifcv'U' liy UIh i'oio. He iln ifS, but Ills bo.ly Mas takcji '.o ent to it w Vurk. n xxr nt,ui, n:id il4"l In N Thank God we are awake now and AMiiny for ,11 burja'l, UcJiJ.ijnUi o ll 4i romaJn vith untombtid Uicyc, before it is too late. Awake and on was burli In Crown illl j' In K'A, Uw l.ewliuf.ure of Vlrfnlj. guard, and, if we as sentinels for eduat IiulliiniiMi.lH, hl Iwne. t,H'ra to lloliyniyol cation on the watch towers of progrecs nm nnid m'tie 0 dlid at Buffalo, vhoie ho was go to sleep until the school house is Uwoti In n HtiUitnnt,I.U vau'4. jiwirkl nwo made a thing of credit instead of a but his bxly fus by a tVtilJc tomjlio on u foumVittoii of asvnliuitcl, tak- - n to lifs home in Canton, O, T'10 thing of reproach, until the stain of ilr UlBAn!a sraulte. Tyiir'H i;nave 'ntcst dontli iinusit; our fomniT l'rs-UUn- literacy is wiped out, we deserve the by, fc wxiTopy jiurkod it ivll; a HUc was that of CUvoltmd. fate of any sentinel who goes to sleep iiiojjul Atli a )iuiv,MvnJa trcv at Uie at his post. A man who does wrong Ho was buried in the uamteri' Kitgil, Is 3hitl out oh it!ijo I1;"!. N. J., iwar tluo urUMO of and does not know he has violated riwslidcjit.4 MVio itliiwo nVviinve the law is not exempt from the penwit Aamn Uurr. alty, but the man who knowingly vioulnoro thry Jul hwk io tiiie Titie uw only Iwp nvn now living the Uwni't, for thiilr Un nit. JafVuion Is Wio hao iniiiiiiltd Uie iifltfo of 1'ros-- 1 lateswere law Is more culpable While Ignorant and Indifferent to we lioim--, bivtV.rl nt hU Uie llinttH, lout, llotli nf IJrin H'on 1f1y 11111. 'Ji the lack of advancement In our nchoo's mir N.nhllf, i! wilfo hrtlo JUm. u,'h, uitiiotiisli, utLioiV)i(r to ww, tho we were nevertheless responsible, but A utcv, o iii'viumiit of 'H jni(.? o joVier Is no to be oi(iK'(liod now that we aro fully aware of our irranitc iiiutKh A.I110 tiip. IVIk l bur-I- 1 lUlllK-ll- A unfortunate condition we are doubly Ull 1H1U3. responsible If we do not respond to it. in NkUShviUV, at tJm old ftinV The precious Jewels of the common lionuiitCkul. ile iwlict Jakrpn only wealth are its children. Tho future four yearn, UJi In 1619. 'jjwj m:ao FOR FLETCHER'S of the state depends upon them and ki tnfbiomcly Inrkntl, frnul n Ucl;. they depend on us. Are we going I t twef've iihMv by (wMvo In liHuhi, to polish them with an education to Ajvlrod b beam ill') liinoitpttoni. and obligaHave Gone to The Boy's Essay. fit them for life's dutiesare we going on h ii f,'ruiO la at tions and citizenship, or Hit (iirve irmH A boy, fourteen ypnw pit, iandl in to allow them to grow up in Ignorance accented by iilnvif. Tlw to become paupers and criminals? It Imve trcjtxl u Jvinlsonw jn,onujiioji(t of the foltoiw(ln on "nrotittUnff." ou nut nixxtt Is a burning question which appeals (wax: "Til nil manU'e ujxm u Uitm of unialte. it to manhood, which appeals to intellibre,liljn;." He HiU n)bloni- -a bears numerous jUTJiqtiW "Hircih Is tnade of iifr. iWfl jKpaihs gence, which appeals to our hearts. flijf, an tvifc"V, the earoS ot U110 Have we beard the cry which comes liverJjUjn wJUi our lungs, our t'JiH, pur illvrr etc, wiliijo lm from the mountains and from the our kWm'ju. Jf ft wiun't for our briaitlil doa'iir: "His fudtli In phu JYU1 Isolated sections all over Kentucky? n,over wavtrtxl." Jlarti Vuo ikiivi Wie (would idle iWilien two si iot. Our brtntli ' I, for one, have heard It. It has been keeiw tw) Jlfe a. g,ang tlirouph lio nose ringing In my ears for ten years or Nes In lliio vlttRW atiAfry pA KUnVr-hooN. Y., In u tainlV Jot, lity Mtlnjr wluui wo araaaleii'ji, llos tjut htaj' Jul more and neither my pen nor voice ' become silent in (ktaue tntvked by a fttfifl wt3u u wvm uil' day tiliotild mil Uivutiliie. fOliey shall every educated mananswering It and woman nntl' tVy irqt out t1ooi-- . Urol h unti) shfU t. He dl' id Cn ,the HiinvnW pf Ui!, Hlnu I J In the state realizes our needs and nlr. ChtU WAT Mtvi nUDintf to lU In a mam make lOi.l,uiiwfio-irriniWlion As recognizes the responsibilities. hUphi. la fYic.cor, Humllion, wjui Tliey niuke oar.boiveldw Ckliibaniilde W the aged Hamalcar in his camp fires t i of swore the Infant Hannibal to eternal nt (Nor III niononw Aluui iitud iUKP. A bunlod at ills o.'d lionte ptl HuVlWan w.we in a bJw.ik liofj In indl 1. hatred for Rome, so I would nwear lletvl, xn itlw Oliio tiitvir, a t bew, Oincitmatl. An MtHmri numuniJ. an,d a cfiiUoiuUu ku. in U;t i.h '1 . you now by the intelligence which m r I. beams in your eyes, by the enthusia fiimjly vault, flqiimful!. iiffrll-od- , and Hourly Hle.il, v ry ux at, asm which runs In your veins and by f.U mi- . ..1 but rooitly nione txuiofuy (nt, atrj WIS itlw iiivatli the love which Is In your hearts, to Uw (Uu'un,. c. u.-- i .'4 maj-kBua.'0 illuo nt. wear aa eternal hatred for ignorance - 11 iiwlnany frujikxr U noiv or nun Uko b ye, b i- .lh. h ,'r .1,W,Tilde Uust'of and illiteracy until we have wiped it Is Kiuweayl too n.uif . ,f I .As rif from our borders. bued rwvir baulMviltie, Ky.f uttfT tv I hud laUiijcr JL.U a ItY, m I 1I..1 luu What we seed la Kentucky Is pubMVW V MVI tiiitv ttl.tfc ta"t iViW L,wn ""(QsiiSwry, Wirw dr1 jHrfJlvt nml WIN n mi it Ii ,, lic MaUaMBt far U tllo ak4s, bulMlKKS In Aiuef.ii, ulol in 1SS. HiyjH :ies (1 A. SOMMERS. HARRY ohuroli nt lLulnor. hurled Instead of using for our more f Trinity Joi lies Jji unfortunate fellow man. We have ,t chtmdo'ctril. New York, wHCIi we have opporunltles, iitoe Itlni. llliu.in marvelous or accepted but responnot realized the " IJnriKe'H r'iii'ipi ano in iuwite ruve-5iu- sibilities which go with tho opporfuully on U)ik tunity. of the Hunt Ishrnd JJotind, tifinr New York. Jotp'i Kentucky, the first state In the South to establish free schools, has Jtffrvm, tlie eder, JicM bin I'll In cint-Ury- , with nji it)t,iili been asleep for nearly fifty ears on public school education and now by 'dilcf Jiurtloe GIliMon. nunrls lagging In the Key, wlwi wrote the "War Hnanxled wakes to find herself rear of most of her sister states In lluuitr," is buiictl ln Mqunt OUv t this Important matter. We were O'inotery at 1'axnlwU.k, Ald. asleep when we allowed our rural Since the orlljml uvi.uiu(f of schools to retrograde. We were this urfiVJp, liie tomb creltel lo Uie aaleep when we did not keep the memory of Grant far yurikiwca the school apace with the development niomun nt to IJ1100I11. Clrnn's (omi s and growth of the nation. We were on lUvtVKldo l1ie. In Now ork City, asleep when we left the whole matter In the hands of the school teacher and j.t known as one iX ho most astiic okl Al?r-iiiid- , r'jnoJjis, oiiiiin ! nt foit, tuid hixmUt by his thu iiu)unt;iiii.s In u 1m, m'mji'j-fli- o ytxirs iifo, aw In the KnixWd i.-- 0n. BBflrBBm.pjBBjJJJJJJjBBHpJJJJJJJJBjJJJJJJJJJJ BBBBSHBBKBBBBBH llrl LaaaaaaalLaaaaa&'iLlLaaaaH tlj 11 nymu-m.-n- Jo-ti- -l n. Un-ti- oe,tiu-tor- ts tair John-boii'- Children Cry CAST OR A I lVilVt k, lt ia o I pif-u- I or a 1 -- -.- for lawn without public sentiment will not solve our problem. Wr need n public sentiment which will ImprcM) the fact that n urealer obligation rests upon thf. parents lo ed'icnte their children than upon the state, nnd Hint tliey Dtiflit lo bo willing to pny more for It than the state. That tlit best way to create n local interest In the locnl fdiool Is a local tnx and ns rroof of this, It should be shown that all the best i.chcols havo r local tax nnd nil the worst schools are without It. That the district trustee should be as murh Interested In the teacher and his teaching ns tho teacher is In his school. That the ficliool house should be aa good and ns attractive as any home In the district. That when we know under the new school census where the Illiterate chll- dren live, it will become the duty of the people of that district to see that these children are sent to school nnd provide clothing and shoes If the parents are too poor to provide them. That the teacher should be more commended for what he Is able to accomplish and less criticized for what he Is unable to do. That moonlight schools for the adults will pay better than moonshine tills. That the office of county school superintendent Is the most important In the country. That it Is more Important to educate all the people some, than a few of the people a great deal. That we do not need to teach dead languages In a live country except within the walls of a university. That those things which will be of most alue to a boy and girl after they leave school should be tho things which should be taught first and best. That the children's minds should not be puzzled over Greek roots when they do not know the difference between calamus root and poke root. That the conjugation of the verb "amo" need not be taught in the school because the boys and girls learn it soon enough outsido the school. That the unknown quantities of algebra had better remain unknown than that a boy should remain Ignorant of the soil quantities of his father's farm. That the time spent in making indifferent performances on the piano could be better utilized in abolishing bad biscuits from the breakfast table. That the public school ought to get in the newspaper and the newspaper in the public school. While you may not agree with me in all of these things, you will certainly agree with me in most of them. The question 13 how are we going to create this public sentiment. The school teacher is powerless to do it even when he does bis best. He is handicapped by the very nature of the case. We must look to the educated people of this state. Men and women who will give their time and talent and means to .create a better sentiment for the rural schools, and we must look to the press. The newspaper and the public schools are the two greatest forces at work In this country for both prog' ress and enlightenment. The newspapers' Influence depends upon the number of readers It has and the number of readers depends on bow many people are taught to read. There must be a combination between the press and the professor, a united interest between the newspaper and the public school. If the press of this state would give half the thought and half the space to education that it does to politics the schools would be revolutionized in less than a decade. The press must first be made interested in this great question, then it must be educated to the needs of the schools, then shown how the needs may be supplied. The editor and the school teacher must be brought within closer touch with each other. This ehould be done through this organization. Mind you, I am not talking about a movement through the press for the benefit of the teachers, but a movement for the benefit of the people. The school must be made the important thing and not the school teacher. The children's interest must be put in the forefront aa the battle cry through the press for their welfare, and the welfare of the state. All great enterprises get before the public with the news bureau and there Is no enterprise aa great as the education of the masses. Most enterprises pay for pub" lictty, but this" Is one of which the newspapers will require no pay. It takes real newspaper talent to conduct any kind of publicity bureau. It requires the talent or first interesting the reader with what it tells, next it must do more than Interest it, It should get the reader In sympathy with the story, then it must so take hold of him that be wants a part in it. There should be selected a most capable man or woman with proper newspaper Instinct to send a column once week to every newspaper in Kentucky of such live public school Batter that the editor will be glad to give it space. The information should be gathered from the various schools all over the state by the teachers and sent to the head of their bureau. It should be facta and not arguments. The facts can be so written that tbey will carry their own argument and also carry convictions. Such an educational press bureau established in this city or Frankfort could and would arouse more Interest and create more public sentiment for the rural schools than any other one thing could do, because every week It would have a thousand times as large aa audience this building will bold. With the. press willing to help, I do nope ua. such an opportunity will not b al. lowed to Condensed Statement of Condition -- or Tin: -- Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close of Business June 29, 1912. ZRESOURCES. Loans and Cash in Safe Cash in Other Batiks. Stocks and Bonds r 11,948.43 52,803.52 17,504.00 540.33 2,000.00 $281,814.64 v LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Dividend No. 30 Deposits $25,000.00 27,822.10 1,230.00 227,742.54 Overdrafts Real Estate.Furniture and.Fixtures Total Total $281,814.64 The Only Bank in the County on the Honor Roll. Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. (Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. 'I. P. BARNARD, President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. SraqregreSSSrorareTOrSrSfr AUTOMOBILE TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return Splendid car meets all trains. Telephone or call at Tour stable when you want to leave. COOPER do CO. Hartford, Ky. !TO$MS$$$S$$$S9$M ff ...SEPTEMBER... 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 .ATTtHS. BIO DAY3 - a Kentucky Stale Fair LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED Daily Races Free AttractionsClean Midway LD3ERATTS BAND Farmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES f & 320 PAUL JONES BUIL.DINO For Information, Entry Blanks, Catalogue, Address J. U. DENT. SECY. LOUISVILLE. KY. mVssssssssssssssv danuarnt iht ttJy ',, VI Iobbi tjKting Birib Gun ll'll i BBBBv B MMda ""V" ABB 1 I lJn)F39MErtfl0HNP 1 k i VBYw"IEPaBsssss&MdflBSBBBBBBBBm flPpW(l6i Solid-Breec- I h, Hammerless. Safe. BottomEjecbon empty ihcls are thrown downward smoke and gases mud go the same way, too insuring uamtcrruptod sight rapid pointing always. Solid Breech HaaimcrWtt perfectly balanced a straight strong sweep of beauty from stock to muzzle. Three Safety Devices accidental discharge impossible. Simple Take-Dow- n a quarter ture of the barrel does it carrying, cleaning, interchange of barrels made easy your angers are your only tools. - ii.i ' wv nm, l...t wjwii li my v. tUU .pi tf. f..iu mmvmtw uUu. aw. Yow easier ass Th i Metallic CartrUrfe Co, S rUwYrhCl ZMsmiw" Iteaml.tftoB AraavUalMa o. Leek U over leaay u Call on The Hartford Repuklicaa ftr M1 Bftcp ftvpn ftuffcOo, Mjd V ff' fl Fine Job Printing OJttJHUBl -- J t4 Ut i ,.Ui. . f& .Brfcg" fagar i mmmwwmmttwaK) iiJjumA3w-:iHrtvf- RmsvmMwwmnn Harnora rtepumican. Jnkwi luil . Kataiml nnoidlnK to In nt lli Hartford. Kr an innll niRlirr in llUMt . , . TROUBLE FOR PROF. WILSON'S National COMMITTEE Virtually Mli Matt,lo lVirn'ctt vjintttd at i; uuniriis tnu "weru. M.r. O. i !ifp rcmtofflm mi- lrn Ofltfli no rwKifN VVf, ti ,y the S'-it- OnmwUV-e- DEMOCRATIC Tflie CDITOR8 BLUNDER. IV" C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER RAMEY E. DUKE, loujuvlljo r.vtttrfi J. NEY FOSTER t ' supporting WSln fiii liv fur Llio I Mlikh Is loi Pn iTent, nnd i'l most iMibnt ivlil the Chairman Alliance, Barred for His Graft PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. A4drM all communlcationa Hartford Republican. to TOdcnatic tjikut is rrmclviru; In Kffll(w.ur-- it is rml ly o inuuiy in lurky, ililr,dints arvl llermUJlfanw, Ins the Cain foll'iwjnit to my of Uio Dimmcro-Vi- .MSi Mnry Olvimbrr.i anil hroV'r, .i.milayl IV.ink lnae' for Ouritn'.bom wircre Mr. i r.ifiK wj a'.t jwti Alio nun . Snliem, .Mr. Peyton VoV nnd wife of I.;onla spftnit Ki.n,dy nt John J III xinilm'a. Mi ft.ra Hiim Miy, of ttimic 111., vlltil at Mr. Uhnimloirs tire 4wit wool;. -- NEW FALL SUITS Our line of the For the Ladies and Misses. i) Notice to Tax j Payers. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS BnlHii-rll.cilrolriVK the pnj.er ff nt to n tirw In ninklnB the addrem miint plTe the old refluent, will not be rrtnrnrd Unsolicited innnncrlt anlMWiin-fiiniiiinlrliv imntiipc Anoiiymoui. coininnnlcntlojis will receive no nUw n.'pn'y Sh'irlff W. C. llirji wil,'' j WtvlilnKton, At. 31. 'flint Xi kpi I' IMeConrhs li.ii in offii-i- t Iram dinMl at tho folVwilng picm;.'9 on day n.tm d to book: IHtupi c.(Viit your iUiw: "PHe IVuvuna Canal U (t.lio KT.ritot from the natlon.il olialrmnhphlp nf Uio Nurpows, Monilay, Ptpt. 9, foivnoin. jwirty Is tlio word tint UnVyjd Htnuwrullc work of a iinituml wliireuttfr 3hi mwhes WaiMngtoii tjirousli Hrmln,;iy Davldsum .Station, MomUiy , S'?,t. i. SUVjoh .la-- contributed to o,lj irntun. aftorjKxMi. tt i IlmiiiHe'j,t i Horse Itrannli, W!rKisd.iy, il, to mw liU fao, anl he ,wtl lie kept foroniKin. tn,;n myiUiiml "cfHSn Wlidto ltun, Wfldmwlay, S"in. 11, kukgixt'ii(d is mmh Hid ......... .123 rtqmivvu'a.te oyunibla for .11 j ppend'.tur in ithofcim ,1OVlX nft(.rnon. ".l it O. AIiiiUw, vl' hili(nuui, l work. 4(0 millions on thl of at I)Cmoflr.ilU.' na Sol pt, lVldny, .Snt. 11, fonc(niin. Uist wfinur, in the ILniw, a Demo-crutj- c now in sonernl ,SF,PTEMDGIt C. UalaOowp, Friday, Siirrt. 13, littrnoon. FJHDAY, Uonal hr(idiUiiUrs and there are ru of Kont'isn Affain, CommltU Kifdne, .Satunlay, iS.jit. U. "hwrd mors lh.it If Mr. McUmnlft inurns itli'Te litnnronMy or d'lHuem.tcy, at ai' It mill bo toward tlie on,d of tlie Arnold, Monday, Se.pt. 16, tvio(n. from th n.? tits of the PROGRESSIVE TICKET. Konfrow, McimLiy, Scjt, 10, af;rnin, utilnvxnt., lwied on fa'ce nic,rol, fal' esampaJtai. , Seic-ttreasons for putting ChAiiTmn Alt. lVeosnnt, XutwUij-- giipt. 17, fa,le Jaw, d.9Umul to Impugn For President, wlltli MuOomUs Jn iio'jlfe ar,o aivninl in the the .honor of Am"rj-r- t In THiEODOIlE llOOSUVElT. .T. H. B1,AUIC, t. O. C. to proiimte a nev tali on 9?n.s.i4'onal stories thn(t aro Columbia, Vice President, For One Is that Col Jtoosevelt luis a it wintry Jn ft(he namo of Co ih.i'jIi. the ' GOV. HI11AM JOHNSON. 'For Sale. cluirge tif "djnanilte" In stmne for l.Iin, Nqt oil 'the powir of ti for Hvr'llnltie. not aV. tihc fnccniilty of r. iKisod on the suj,posd f.v.'t (that he in.ii A now uprCrflit, high grade ja'-THrms is ToreiRn Atfn,;r3 OommltV, oouVl imako been attorney for fymo ql the jlirfn,iflel.i-rle- s s.ile or will tvejuwge for land. The State Progressive iCommttteej of the no'ive graft in Ncjw lYork of tush to Mit Jinrchaftr nnd ready for )iand (work. Vie "Mieanlns" lm(porta,nt, find (.t now '. Also a one l.orse anoQens' !Vng ereilttod ulj rain who were strtmoasjy and that llij's prftis,ional rplatlcvi, iwlillo on, for ai'c mheop. Oid aw rmw. Voters of Ohio did the sn.Ule thing tiromoynK- jt. not ref on Mr. MeQonvbs' Tucwdoy A. 13. WKDDINQ, whin Vicy defeated .woman1 it intcgnfity, rwidcm him u Nmw tliat c'nim nnpcyirs In .tlve Jiovrt , suffrage. . D.unilw. lv)--. and UlnJng target. of .the Democratic Campa'sn Bouk, It - Another la .that (MeQonvbs miae : ' Gut WW , are aikir: the .uHiloni uamns w .1. hrmi'lf obiqtlonnWe (!o Wdl'Aim i to bocome the ,agHt of Vie CLEAR MYSTERY brjt,3 .Tlmodoro IE SIpndwM Oil tried to Drganlzcd to the Wme Bryan .by giving out vory frwy about and tKd, 1io are toy attei b' fin "" Roosovicllt and the Lawjcms1 Club and ?H:wIienc hat If , will be of Columit, Jt f p, ( OF ALTERED BILL V)l'son wvre nomlnaittd Jtrjiun (would te OUgiht to be. ' " mmmmm ! car'. ,ow th- - iJnjopnPQten' compJicrp of t.he duly and oflocUvpiy j.ut out of ' Tie !nltlatd-T- ; and referrndu,m I Democraitjc Handbook, to le pactid in tlie Ohio Tuesday by nn ovoruihel-mricd in Brynn, it Is reported, took uinbras;e at Senate Journal Shows Purpose of e 1i honjils of Dcmo,cnat&c siposilctria and ing majority. The ProBreaie rarity onjy on-- airrynlg Uils prlntlp' Jn tors, have undertaken ito put ithe Drno-It- s t'l'js line of talk. Frost Act Was Changed By cratic jnty Ixac-- of thB fake liini, A st,lll furtiier a'ltgcd reason Is tint yilp.tfor.m. and make D?imoora.ac isuco?."! (a vluW'y thene has bcrn a grtiit dtJ xf co Author in Amendment. Inform- T,he Jlartifibrd HWTd 1b of nmateuriili mtt'iods at n ,5,, )n UKir for a J(t or In mine rtism'U-.wlXch liav ed tliat lh edlor of this paper h.is the tfeaaury United States. , olkai)cd lils opinion on the flues- gmtciue mistakes. noMCX t lt la a blunder that should lie 2 -- The .rnVtun- Frankfort, Ky., S-fan iaX lusie of Federal pfitronage to icon- - rocte(J anu r,.pu4jatCd. Up iauoeew ?xn In any event tlie nmiitscment of tlie derstandlng the Frewt v! ait. mitional campaign ,s in n trroJ nomlmaUons. TJiat pupvr woiQl do oome Uje tem,o;rn.ts on such a fa!3, Uw .wording of wh'ch was Bald .o tow? pock of trouble and new faces will e ..r- '". twine mmituuip f WC'i IUU tt 0JJ suji a (jasp IfSSUl?. ' been phanged, lias betji ifieartd up, and seen sliortly around httulquaJTtpns. to its readers If It lias any. lt Is learned that no one Is at ftiu it, A Surprise Birth Day inner. but Uial tlie changed purpose of the AtioUicj good amendment to the Notice to Tax Payers! brJ was the result of the authors adopted by the people of Ohio many friends and rcAaitlvcp P' Tih Deputy Sheriff S. O. Keowji w,l',l be wishes. last Tuesday was tlie abpEliment of Mrs. J. A. Hocker gave her a surprise at ti'ie following places on da' nanked to Tlie Sernate Journal of March S Sjliows Capita--l punishanent, by an fntmense mt- - on Sept. 1 with a birthday Jnnr In col'epit jour taxes: up that day that the bill, was lority. U wi'm be only n. f?w years uu- honor of her 43nd blrtiaday, Suljihur Sprirfis, Tuesday, Sept. ofJ, for passage nnd Uiat Senator dark ages MTjiM he a Ijl Hhifl rolc pf the wrjjl filtd baskots Aflil come wtIUi forenoon. fered an amendment to strike oit the thing of the past In mU the Sipjtce, a anl spent a pcusunt day. Dundee, Tuesday, Sejit. 3, afternoon. words "or devjvery to onothT" in Jin" iMr. and Mrs. Thoise present were: it tain many of fhc,m Bit present, i Dennflrf, Wednesday, Spt. 1. two of wicUon one nnel by adding to A. Hockr, Mr. and Mrs. Will among J. There H"rbert, Thursday, Seipt. 5. . section three two words: "lVoiHod, iMr. and Mrs. Sctata HocJter, and 4h6' JliTmiopnats of Ohlo."funty against the Trlsler, Friday, Sept. 6, lorpnoon. Uowieecr, that the jnoflfron of this act son Ear,l, of Centertown; Wr. and Mrs. tATent attitude of The Hartrfjord U);iaU Setpt. 6, afternoon. sliafl not apply to uoh '4quor P. M. Brpwn and daughters, Pearf Shre,ve, Friday, ia aupportlns Tatt, and tft is gcvnerai'y Gewrna and Mary; Mr. J. T. Hocker Flardsxitile, Saturday, ,Sfpt. 7. on prescription from a r.vu-Iv- r awTjhcd to Us soreness over the d,efeat 9. praritHcing rrhiy.fctan." friie ameeid-nnniand daughter, Mock; and son Bafn.'iy, of Beaver Dam, Monday, Sept. Champ C'ark. iMany helleve Jt ,wijf were adopted. McHienry; Mr. and Mrs. Dp,ve IUioa.ls Center.town, Tuesday, Sept. 10. bolt outright before the tmpalgn is Matanzas, Wednesday, Scat. U In previous t was not InAiudnay; iMrs. ovpr arid place (Itself in iie JiopubtTcan and dauffhteTs Irene and tended that any reflee&Ion shJuU b ohl'drcn, 'Ka'h- C'aude Moorman and coiumn. Poln,t Pleasant, Wednesday, Sept. II, made MPon the eihlef enro'lUng elrk .f erlne, Beveiry and Paul; Air. and Mrs. the Sena,te, In fact, enroj'llng . aftTnoon. ion in VoTimant ,Tues. jj At the State Tlehflor, of Beavw Dam; MiT. day the Progwwi've ticket won what J. Williams and nop Dpus'as, of Hart- - SmaJihous, Thursday, Srpt. J2, fore- clerks were empAed at the oioee of the ci.s)",on. Howcveir, it Is now ahown oonMderiPd a great victory, Uwowilng he fan; Mrs. Ju'la MpticheJ, of Owiens. noon. CeralvjO, TJiurwday, Seipt. 12, ntternooi. trat none of these clerks made the misjobolce for Stat? offc'cerslnthe, JevjlsMure bono; Mr. and Mrs. Jlut SlnwiU, Mr. McHenry, Saturday, Sept. it. take wiMch was charged Jy the Kupjr. Cepll and daughter for the firft time in the hjatory of tlw and Mrs. J.-Rockport, Monday, Sept. 16. n Infndent lcague of UiJ Sitate and poling a larger wteihan ihe Mr. and Mrs. F. W. PlrXle, Mr. and Wysox, Tuesday, Sqpt. 17. hTe labt week. nemocnats did fo yrsogo. Ti'fis 8ta,te Mrs. H. M. Plrt'.e, Mns. John Nalt and Prcntls, Wednesday, Sept. 18. In a dlspatejh frorm Fjanktomt on wnsicwn?id-re- d the worst tenittory fqpr the sons iCark and Qaudie. Cromwell, Tliursdoy, Sept. 10. fore- Thursday ,'n wlijoh It was Kfitd that o'e cvnintry and It 4 now painty in tlhe ON.E PJliKSHNfT. noon. In the tl hud ben muHJaUd the yroelfcteid wit. go for Col. Kooscive; lioh Roy, Thursday, Sqpt. J9, after. was to Hhow that the (chief evmraijl-lr,- S Noviembcr. The Boys Are Appointed. noon. U'vfk ,was not at fault. , T. H. BLAQK. S. 0. C. lAraiouncornvnt of tho appolntiinent e.f THE PATINGOFTHE WAYS. boys wlw won mcmberflhllr: In Uie meeting of the Kpub"'caJi the AX (the Syiiie fli?t farm boy's enqaimp-moir- it HERBERT. County Committee Jfu4 Fuitmnlay pit; the has ben mada by Beureta,Ty J L.. reslsjifitlons pf nlne-teS"pt. Myrtjo Burdeitt, left Count House, the meinitH rs wire luirvdql ln. Wn opJer Ient. Saturday for her Si'ihool nrar IVA'snrmiVi. agew of tivi jnungstrs rane Tfie had been mods for the if a'l limn fifteen .to etljfhteen ye.ir. Tjlie Mlwi Ituth Ij'oyd who JIs teuihlng ouri jmMnJjmrfl ii,nltird her parents, iMr. and Jin. who woird jitt u(mit Taft Ktaite Fiu'r their J. These II. liipyd of Fordsvll'e, Haturdiy for rovnotlona expenses wldie they willtwt are the fi!r-a- and Sunday. with a fsl nieii;t givwore aMpomjijinie-d wu'j as reimbursing tlivm for Mr. IieuiU Walker o,f ing Trasons for the aetlins of ihaw was fare. , heie Sund.iy afternoon. The Hertford Hejfv'd Jn ". The hoys reo'4ltiK app fm'ini'Yit from n Mr. 0,l3 ltHiIi4t is bid'VUrg n sliop. efforts to lirVter up ,the .Tuft inu-sthlis seoUon of Kentucky ure ius funity ea'ls th,1s uttlon H.on tho Mr. Jj'm CluninhCiTS hus ccnnpletcid a dilo Ol.lo County, Cllulrlea N. Hrilnl m n, "a crrmd )ind fine toUiee-,tVifDt of ithe ibarn. Unite 2, Hartford; rXu)liss ciomtj 13. Mr. Ilejuy Mi;,'ls.in fuvl fanil'y Wte-piny of local Mioosers," and tiliwt the F. Flold, Oweiihbaro, It. t. No. 2; Hrck In Ow,en-lKtr"obnoxious document nae ijulekly (rtJeiet. Sunday. nn tt. lira juiimtir -diJivtm f!rvii.mim t!nl'. M,r. ""-- ., .' Nprw, anyone wyii muHi gray nnUnr Frank Brunts h,as raturned to MotiUng U more Important in ""' -',0" unelur Ifis hat wou'l know that on'y tlio """' " lntoi, where li bi pnlnciil of uio th home than clear, steady S. Pit- - Johru-oHojil'ns!lle;IIonieack H. light insure thl by getting JVislamationH were Infended to Jc adoptlioo', ; the Oil wn tiurns vtear ana ltoidion'iivi irun. t"eiivM, Jr., ed by the comm'r;,tee. It was not Mr. clean without a flicker down to Stevns 'in I ih'it'i1 i'rr n. Beiuifrtt, Ir nV(im ; Hop-In- s ty, the last drop. Pennsylvania addre-Kfuliit Hie Miss nice of Floral, Mr. aned Mrs. New iwlih wus crude oil refined to perfection. county Hai'la Hlik, Djltorn; AUiIan n (Vi"lr Coste no more than the man lixrdeji und MImi 1ated as "rtahrns" for ntu-Ma,thttw county, kind saves iMOMKK-a- ves Vincent, Beu SprJns! at bclfn hUoui'0 be actx-- up,on in any wy J. II. Uliauibers .Sunday, WORK saves eyes. Union county, Jtuy dloaiiw, Jlimder-so- n Your dealer has SOUTH OIU Miiiinlt-e- e .StlKS In fei'Jt as u m.ij,irli of U Annje Mhlklf f, of LumlsvIHe, in barrel direct Croat sue ;Woltoter county, pen Wabvon, Jr., have ajlnpted works. Tlgnel, they vt'.td iVv Hi'llo Ford ,'iict week. . Di.(l, anyftHng tfit-- devJrid, even an endorse-lnMr. JJm Crow. Mjs. Kniiim Kvans and m C. of Col. Itooseveit, hut they u'eet-- d Kvwiis Miss Afto vKtd Wu'ker Chink Used Poison Herb. 4o pursue tlie fiuKHt l;gnif;ed and srn- Ibr.i Crow's faintly Sunday. Refinery at Warrea. TtL. m nw course. Mr. und Airs. CUtis, .To' br a this ,tjiey pro inlsrep- Rtittlo iWtvih. Aug.iwt 31. lrbon. ox a par!W MM call the celebrate twsehitt d Jn Uw columns of tlie exul Taft , truot f nuin ithe iot.H of tinges, HJii ty In lumor af JIlUs Annlo MldkJ.tr FiJ. Carb" Auto OU. W)gam, Tllie Haitfordllenild, whleji o.ha'- - to liv been imo of tilio lii(nvmeiitB of day nlGiht. gqn itlut thesUvtmni'nt wasud nuiicHitbil nwvlV'Jne ivvewilbed by u Ollmrise Jinb AlliW Ilna FJliyd and dauiiihtcr, xf (the llepublletin iMlnlted at Sy,tlU fvituiday. This Is doctor, is lvViieied by pMlomr J. C. It con;ilnetl no word or le. Snyder, to Iwmo et,uid tlw untrue ath of 'llimr s Kuulue ajwnpi und 'M.iry KtU ilunolat,lon of the iteaiib'Kan lurty. )ut Iouls I'ottcr, Uw New York emptor, Speer, of Owensboro aiw vlj!,lii(r at aly condemned ith leaders for fulling who Oiunt Mldk'is. luve TVruindajt. to a'Iow .the M.r. a liiuie to hi-JWai'ter .Sklnnens funj'ly vdtod An analysis of tho iiie)uJno h bJas To do any kind of VeterinaHUfltr (uwji noiiilnntlriis unJ tli r j ma.j,(.., and tlw iw'iico mne JrintiMurtluig a In IVJlIiUe .Sunday. ry work. Horses, mules and CotumllUeotiien. None of fJilnotn hn nvn wunh of Patlflu east ultiSi for Uio iMr. Saturday and cows need not die for want of by lla,nUoid .Herald 'editor in his t uiiliiee doctor, ,who ia Jjuji ;nd,4Mg Sunday (In OvnenlMO. Calls answered attention. feM to uH Taft. 'Mitre was no ID sIik-- Potter's devsWi. l.i'iw Dean Is teajilng, Ui, PJcas-oiv- t , Aliss i day or night. implied at the metit fueflmfc' lexprvased SpiHng Hchao, MtxnVng to frien,as jhKre Ilotter lial ing. 0(t swvned tlvat Jt was by long loew deeply lnter(tJed, ji Oifenta! illeiv. Winkler and wdfe of St. Dou'. get myttitclni, but n,me of tlipse ipvvitlan. tlie State Cejira.1 Committee to MrsK. ''Ion Crowe and Miss Myrtle Helm Veterinary Surgeon f Jlooevo't Hupportffs on tlie hid rfd any.th,ln,g Xnam t,)w pqi(p)t.3r Mr. Quo. Obenuhiln and,motJu.T and Mr. Ky. comjn,ltt(if to wdik'h '.here was of tlie county lie ww undrraotiv at Wm. lUuhardson and furnily, of Pqll-vjjl- e And they Jtad (blen awaiting ihe hAnds oS the i.o otojcutlon Mr, and Mm. Uudjiiy jlUyneand ( ,I China. ttntlon. to jba held mil .11 .c hungry luliby.lUlof ,1u orjjn.nl it,lo!i but any, jqantrilhiril in ho may mak, jn dlreotliiK ntfr.r will and boijo fool Inim'ny.!wvpund?rtrfc" en to (Ave form and siibs'anre to or- - be nonilno,', iby w.iy of r.rtmllj jiij- lilsn Tilituvlors of Wnfll rrtremt .Itu-Ya- of rv( alio lehannilr. prlmoifly ,tl.c .work the l.lrcd onrin Jle will con&lnuo Ilnmcvflt, ! 01it,on, Tnenlay, So' 10, tormm.n. 10, aftnr-noo- n Din Station, , Tuft.Hd.iy, Sfjt. Famous Palmer Garments is now in and we want every lady in this trimCfam;liatrt' BlTtl pi-(- r-- i Mry, fosv-noo- n, " 3 county to see the new fall fabrics, made in the most stunning models that has ever been gotten out. If you are inter- o-- atit. crt-anise- D-- , por-i,n- al r,lj,-:- ested in being correctly dressed, at a nominal cost, you will certainly have to look at our showings. Quality of materials used fit and style of 1 'K- ir- . hul-heis- s. eilj-tlu- mSOSSS! aiin na f. pt. en-e- each garment have been wisely considered in the production of these suits. The pleasure will be ours to have you in for a look. 0"i-Ultutl- I L P. BARNES & BRO. rald Beaver Dam. Kentucky. Is'c-hea- rt, ts . forj-noo- n. , 1 Having recently bnilt a large addition to my produce house, I am in shape to carry a large stock of Farmersi JONES' BRAND FERTILIZERS S. i Antl-Salop- 1 I pur-ros- -; The best fertilizer that is made for wheat as well as all other farm products. Just try me this, season. Will sell cheap and give you plenty of time to pay for it W. E. ELLIS. Produce ar 2.-- Mis Merchant Hartford, . K-- . MIMMilMtmi y s rtill-roa- Foi-lsli- le , " fo'-ln- , 1 ihmLmmpOllthmt 5avm " " "" """ lx ym Hartford College 33rd A Lowl-spoirt- f MR BEGINS SEPT. 16, 1912 'd fy tank-wago- vt Gus. SMI M ft. 1 r p.u. ao Ample temporary accommodations have been secured. modern steam heated, electric litrhted building will be ready for the second term. Unequaled opportunities are offered 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 Departments. 14 High School Graduates and of Normal students made certificates. Splendid ad- -' vantages are offered in MUSIC and EXPRESSION. three-fourths first-cla- ss dtl I AM PREPARED tvx Te Second Term and Normal Work Begins January 20, 1913. For further information addresa H. E, BROWN, Pres. E. ELLIS, c djr.J . W. H. RILEY - Hartford, I If. Pres. - r TTfr jT.. . itfi r gmir''WtFiri o'.w 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 to the most scruti-- n i z i n g customer. twenty - live Our years buying ior this McCall Pattern . . 4779, waut 4777, start community makes US . ck t Price, 15 cent know belie ve 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. SuH. Jl'nry !moh left Monfyxy ftr i).t.jii fo OiwiCn Hirl4K to H'fil a the lifnofv. "f lit" IwtI'jIi. I'tit) nr lil njiu)((i H otflrc vn itn tlvnro of l'rof, V, K. Aftdcr'on. Hov. T. V JiMitr w.l flit ix ?a't n.:miilni,n'nt for tfii (onfrnm" ynr nt U Mt. llPrninn cliuroli next SumMy. Tlo fltinmil uonf"irtir- - wl(1 convene nt At'iiWanfl'o! on .Sti)t nnVr syii. A'l-il- TAFT HIT HARD IN ALL STATES. Largest Vote For Governor Since 1904 &j Wc want Is Fooled In Vermont. y jlo.i.) and tmilieuie nt Hart-tr- il fair grounds im Sivlundiy .Sfjit. II tlie idlrtctlon of llar.tforrl Oamp Kvory-- b "13 hnk holier fee gi 11 Hr".. Dener, ao Dener. N Listenf necessity You IVr--XtMX&HgM? AVA(CU.a ,v " VvNXVX- . "nv o x.. V mhZrBMai&J'.Kmj,?y?i krK sVHWL W1IW Wit tw "?3Bw undr-- r ycMcrd(iy' rtlato flPMtipn jn iV(f7non' was ptmipjl'd Jate today wiff out ut.r-Jn- g .SnmlrrK, l)uk einl .I'o'itir ,wlio M'iHr. Jn any nifitorlal tl'irn'e (ho penqral y pa.9 n mvln pl'lturo fliow Jia't w inrl'eoi'r'd by nrjy rtfunis. orjil H;tunbiy nlvliin (ifvo wj.uii,! n'?trtv, The unoffini tiyil (Vtc Ur vx tlio'r uliotv burincfd ami IJ' not n riuriifni ajtm, iic ;rinslt jJmww n,t t,lV fjnii?. !nvlit imy inor I'rl-d,i- No. UV Wimdinrii of the World. A amission tree, nly Wl it? ltlcr Jiuio'fon, Vt., K jt. The full reimrt of th U.lio)Mii I In ln1tl. kw-Z ""? C "kuRRflHRMflRRRRRH7' .TTX' a Suite olu;on Jn n PrcHklenftla yftiir tlie ifnco 1S0I. pa? tor of MbMiiniibt nlmnji, wiw ciVrni to riiiUrM, Tlwrc waa no clmtIon (by the lrjp'e, corc-m-'n.- 'y SilurViay to iwrtorni n hutn uffUreni number of IlfftyihcAn Simdfiy. H,j)UlpJtv.vCi',l(d here moniiherfl of t,ha KeBi)ruro WC.iv by ILav. Jt. 1). llminott Sunitoy mornilni;. to Insure tlie icans of A('den M. KltitKjtitr. wejj as the romilnflcr Mr. Wliojby Park, "on of Mr. (lohn In Octolur, a Park of Jio Qiar ,ltun nri'r!il)on' port, of fj'ie K'ipubin Hi'ate tlekei. THio to'al vwto of ,UiCv fUitj! for.Vj wtio ha boon JwBtfu,,y 111 lor several five an(li,datofl days typhovl J grtwlntr mmi woo-Aljen M. of Cavamdjgh, ricftolier and not expectid fx live hut a nhort Ilov. T. V. Jo'mer, jinnao o's'n nu: tlm. Tom Cooper, of CVomwfl, vllt-c- d Jicre 'WrflnFiIny, nnil wna a tlie 1 il'tdc nf IiIa mother. Mm. Maud while bore Cooper, v,lio Uk iiulte -( , Cicper and Mr. i.VitiK htr Mr,i .Sljo Tpy'or. Mr. (IUjmhlican), U. Hcuilan (IXomoprut), 2C169. , rjjitla Jtov. l'rafiler 1 (Pxosrelt), Clrim'.'cit (Pnoli-.bit,-on- io. MgtT, l.p.,M,0. Howe, of St. JiHn'Jlury, of Jtnjndolph, of MorrtsvlHe, P. !- Sm'ih, 1(4L1. IVjJ W. Suitor, of Barre, 1,181. Chnr'es N. n.i!iri, route 2, IIa.rtlfm1. lin won the nnoolsitnwnt f ro county to nvunbern' f j In lho PlLV FtSr'n first farm boyV cnparniwneut, .xriSHnst-uilixli la held next ,wetk. H! at the Xol'r wljl be liU, M v(J a hlu niliond Xire. Mr. (Kull'.). Your head Is the first thing people see when you meet them. Tit least wear a iEV HAT. You can hold your head lts '!"..' Jiorw and He County, Sairy and 0mnU!on If you can a'i'ja.btHli the fact that yoijcan (fft rotu'ts, Amdy at'onee to he WiAiNTIJD: Wi'tJi Man tor MirllcJne route In MONA11CH Mi:ICINB CO, In Care T)lils OflJjo. Graft d School morntns, t1Mi Prof. Ozna RUu tz rut pn'nolritr, and ilr Bk"t as assUtant. Tlie nw, conimo-(ov- a brick tiuiliMnB was uy1 tfe fli and the openjns oNervipo3 wtro by many of the patrons., , The Ocntertown iMonday com-menu- JL9CX Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, T.(w nest time you como to Harta dollar in ypur imckqt to ford pay lor The Ilejnihllcan a yoar. County Jivtee It. It. Wedding Jiafl ao-- p d the fofowlng delesntta to tlie Kpurth National ConsTNiiitlan ts at Ini"Hnaipo,s, Congrt'W", which 1, a, 3, and 4. Dr. mn Out. Inid., P. Kjogtra. l"ordl'le: Mr. J.. C. iMor-toCcntrtown, Ky., and CoJ. C. M. )n.l m-e- A number of the anwiji tqnjin where tlu re wsis no iltcIon for mtpilieir of ptW y"erdny w-the Lcsd.hjljUre balloring at n Jote hour tonpht. It will be Borne days before the make-uot rjlie Ieg;s,aure (s known bu relay esjmaitis of Bjxty.hree i b jian majority on Joint ba lot were ti'A aMrftI by more cxwnrjeite reiurnji. The ltf.puhjlirans both thir Congms'men, Prank L. Greene, of St. Albans and Prank Plum'ty, of North-fieTThey cprrjed 11 of the 14 cou,ntes and 1S7 of the 2J6 iltlts and towns, i Ttti.fr nirty majorlcy of 26,81 four jvyirfl ago, and oX 15,730 two years ao, dwindled to a Plurality of C80. ihe smallest margin ever given a Jtetpub'lc.'n candidate in a preslden.'fal year. The Dmocraits carried twp counties and 38 towns, owl ran up largest tota5 fjneo 1SS0.' Progressives prevented peace's, ojioice of a Republican candidate for Governor, carried one county and 21 owtvs. p Ite-pud. higher. Ve do not ''hold you up" on the price of a hat; so ve hold up the grade. Buy your hat from us. You will like it veil that ve vlll sell you everything you need in our line. ' CARSON S: CO. INCORPORATED. i Hartford, Kentucky. n, Sunday 'School Convention. Program of the Ohio Couji(tiy Bia(ptjflt o. IWirott Hartford. Among puoJ.-ja- ip Uicwe h."re t?atur!jay to at-te- the meeting of the Ohio roiiwity lie r- - Commlttcq ,W2(re pTtinpfers E. P. Taylor, Beaver Vfitn; T. iWvle and ace me about Uio kind I sal'. Stratton, (Cromwejl; JoJ p H, jThfimas, Clf S..L. KING, Hartford, Ky. Narrow; U. 8. Ftaugilit, (Ceniticfjiwn; E. Railroad Time Table M. H. Don't forgot (Jw picnic K'ven at the W. 8. Gaines, rordsvjl'e; Canr Crowdr, Hartford, Ky. fair Munu at Hartfrd by Jlarifoid Ilonton; and Perry Crowd r, illoslar'. y iMr. Glenn Barnes left MwiiUj' afterN. time card effective Monday CaJHP No. TO! W. O. i W., on I 14. f" noon fur Ekton, Ky., where he wM Sri. An. He No. 112 North Bound ta 7:ie a. m. Miss I'llK? JteTft Burton awl MlHsEffie enter V&nJcrbJlt TralnCns iSchoQl. daily except Sunday. Il"nler Jiave returned fnm IWuh-r,- , Ky., was attoinpianHid by Mr. Alfion Bar. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. wti--ne they luvl ,been the eiuatli pf iMJvj nett, w,ho was (riil'iu rd from that Mr. Bttrnott jwi'J dally exoept Sunday. sdiool Jait spring. Amafi Jlender. ey y vla't his alstor M.ra Edwin Cqqper, of South Bound doe 8:45 a. m No. U6 nnd fl'jv (Ma-Mrs. I'uin7e-l'Vdally except Sunday. wU FdViy of arrive bore N&slijvli;p, Ttnn., before ri,tu:njn kxmv. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. today to le t Joff Wtterson and CjjoM Durae! hae pf Mr. Jimik daily except Sunday. aponod a b"ackwnUh chop at John ' "W. Mord lyid family. H. E. M18CHKE Agt sliop where tliey wi;a jMrrorp. Norvllle Ilruwn, iMellenry; B'a I)anlos o'd s a genera: IjpuJuunlUi hu!inec B. S. CluunUertaln, No Greek, nnd 'Ki. and wagon work. Plows, fol'ows: Thonvu Banders. Otvton. wrre pUwunt Owon,sfearo, ltoXSe aliening and oto. AH,v(ik gU0.ran-tvm- d Mr. Andrew KinK, at lta ottUv to give atitefaqtlon j I J. Ms Gertlo Stevuip, M'P lVi J1" one 0x9 Jeff ,WaitUBon & Cscil Durnflf. Mkii Marie. Hnrdwick, mf Owcn,4rro, j tll0 opQraJtors ttt the Ipuxm tnletVi:ie Tthe MjjHenryT folks are ttu uiv of Ms ZeJ'Ja ;KnJ. exchange, lin ntuimd U Iwr iomo at KtiMeral of p'jdiyiUiB to glvx- - a jiliy at MBit ih'ucb of Iffpefw. Jlf.i ITiuwcw UHtW, nf owtrwlHiro. N CromweJl, onjwunt wl'.Wn the mxt fw weekBj They will Mary Rru,u,'(llii. M1 Mr. J. C. IK--r a,nd t&lo m, jMr3. prObably lmeMent two dramas at Uio K'irt of Ini U, Umiii mvl Juago J. 1'. MU'er flnst and tlwn tyvno to Hot,fo!7l. ,M.r. P. M. Brown, of Mlltry, v.,s n were Uio intH of llr. anid Mr, ltobfrt t'l (a irftfc Tu- t!.iy. We urn nsuro tluin a good Iiouhj jli're, H'catvur.4 pj jer a,t riammur, of Cttitci,tpMti( UiH wefk. tor Ihelr nrod,uctlons have a'Kwjp Jnc Mr. WAo Tiyjor lui lrnSiulte II tor iWJKin jou eft rraily for your grass wiJi .the uiPProNal of tlie Hartfo;rl iuiuY. ly Ida Jwiiw mi Cuj ot Mmiixtl and rie mjcx! lot mo ball you. lir4u:nwcp. at nut. 'are iluht. H. U KING,, Mr. V. M. Stottiin, jyMte 1 Jlnntifoid, ILtrtfispl, G'.f Haitford, Ivy. Mr. K. I. ni.nwiiil, ruutc fTu'J.iy wsuj ln TJio HpubiJcan qttVL-a,t ti9 ofrttce Kit Jiojd iWiHr wu a 4ia.in,t Btvck & Wrklwu,il to ruiew his sub,rlron to jthln urday. ualt Miow utvtlue AVqolmn pte- - M,r. KUiwart has been u eoiifuuit "mjw r--sle of 1bu fj.n, nfc U !wi Hanttord fialr BrounOs on Sat olnoe Wa orga('!jUki, ain1 Im" Mu.l,tli', 11. Free qdnton to qW Krom.d. rcwl H over wetk, uni'eB Jw iwias skk ttioucvflwr toKf, Six. He- ttito. have re. wJifii ilir) lmd aonio one to rifled l,t to iIir- - ""d tl,a- u- - w- - AVi;ibiin ber iMattlicwB. lm. We are gratcjul to him for his nir IVn wil Klvc n miovlne JtoturC loyally ami Rupppnt. oveplne opew liquae shaw at .hU mcr' f.ncKt. Jlr. and Mr. A. J. Wl!- of Forttsvlfc, took Mr. J. V. I wmd fiaturtfay evening. J eliti,Tge of the Clay Olty Graded (wid ijttlcn'alae, lf Mbhdii frultJBru Hteih ;iat Monday, nrln.ii''. 8. I. KJNG, WnU pc dozen. -Mr. KtiMre)pr2se,njlKidthe.l'' H. S. wvleAy r i Hanttord, Ky. Btr 7 Iiwp with her brother, Mr. Jufiirs O. In the I'Vwrth ComsTeaonal Debating -- . ,Mr. E. G. RarnuM, OJerk of (he pdflo Wld Xlul)Jy ttnd rpWivc Arwylutlpn oratoikai meeting h'fd ot OlniuM ttwrit, ,wm a LeltHlnfloia towni llui1'n6irrg on AwU , and Won the I day, ,?orn to t,le t,M ofTlr. Wile (Who. mcvkil. Ho aVo won the .niftdall Ju 'Jie onieit of Uio JA II. S. Allwo audy Uuke and BIiim" bwy llVi HUuitlay. dlamatory 0 f Sull,odu,-a frkn,ii ar g JKuwe, ctty, nude tlJe UopnbJin nj. J A SacUity. Mr. Fajw Au ajj ploananit call Tuesday. tending rtiycWmi, niotbrr and JuNlJV p,ixMid of him. Wo wlluli him Vu(f and expept gnat tlkLngs foom him. .y jpj,, wef, Mim Ctoiitne"'Wooiav.ur4 left iWonlnwalay Ur le v.kl for Laxjjiaitoo wlwre Tihp tmaiih.it ipafldJKL-Mlsa that na-ite Uiuvirriv KiHVUuiky mornnn for touUvt'le, wlwre f4w has prion'o Juivti la Ghamberhifn'M ,C9lH', l ifmedy 'illr, Jistlt Bamett iVft 'w Elkton, Ky. ui.nipel a ponltlon aa stoxvwrapher tn OJvoLm and Buiiliuiu. Tuwbiy afternoon to fmer ib')Jl In tn Jn"adiuurter of the It pj'ldicrn Cam foundjed on Uirlr er)M'Le(ico fn Uio uxe Vatiloj-Wl- t , pa'.eii Coimnjlfvr, Tialnlnif i.'iii'ii. of ittuut remedy and tlHr knowfedpp 't dJ?h pr. j. ATDir. of I)"ur.d"t, w.ji 'si the many remarkable cuiva of colla, dlr Kr. and Mr. i ' tex, Him Ozona, vWitwl Mr. Monley' town Mondny. lis ijft Tn ly t rhovfLand dyneatwy tlua it Iiujj rffect. cd. yor Htle by a I drain. futhyar at Hmnlee tills week. Glitwsro, to acanvraay Xis. Kuff, v!io a In Oie aiu"j ,Y :, ' Mr. 'A. iCununcr, munaser of the been vi" Hir fi nOo i' J t Ltil Cent-rtoMcncnVlc Co., was a Plt'o- - home. FIR FLETCHER'S n:u..t'i Li Win oa4Xrat The IttipuU'lcan OUSce Tu. know oh )io.i l,nuirovcl SUPTJJMiHt It OU notxl a K"J wheat dri'J ej.1T at n'.ur-Ua- 21. Sunday School Conventlon (to mjet with Woodward's VplTeiy (Bpjffflt oh,TV"-. Tueadf Sept. IT, 0912: j :30 pevoiuonu, JvUL J. . Ber.nett. J:43 iMlnutee and report pf poop. 10:00 WJiat ,J,t takes tp ,make a good M. iTaAr and , ,Eld. Sunday Sohoo,l-- W. '. Fuqua. S,t ,tal(C to ir.ake a god Sunday School SuperintendienV-M. Tlichenor ajid EJd. L. W. (Iqhtrnpr. t 10:40 if. takes to make a good Sunday School Teacher J. P. Mllicuf and , J. M. Sltogner. Doctrine EJd. J, H. Tow; mternate, Birch ehjrjds. 10.20-AV- hat O. WJ-faU:00-6erm- on, oji. l:30-Teo- xih, The Home Restaurant lav, LILES & BORAH, Props. Meals and J Why-- J. Ik Brown and Licks' at all Hours KUe-tt- s KCd. 1:50 Brch IShlelde. con-du- ct "" i",, hiiy .mly. lJ Teach, Who A. B. Ttchemor and Eld. J. H. Tow. 2:10 Ttach, How T. V. Tanner and Eld. J. A. Bennett. i What-- C. D. Clijck. 2.50 The LeOunwntlon Graded ssonsEd. H. P. Brown. 3:10 How to advertise a Sunday Sehot 2.30-Tp- ach, Fine Candies, Cigars. Tobaccos, Soft Drinks and Fruits. W. All M. Fair. schools ore requested YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. 4 "e to b represented. e99999Wetl9WWS9Wt(!gVtf999999W Hartford is About I 130 Years Old the oldest residents tell me that I have the most and artistic display of And te S We have just received e wt an-nu- St. - 7 Jr- I "one-ba- notice that some parties of Dexterville, Ky., will be here on Saturday, Sept. 14th, 1912, wanting to buy several suckling: mules. Better get your mule colts in shape and bring them in. BLACK & BIRKHEAD. Special Train to Louisville. gpoQtai LauuUvtfe 15. Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Jewelry and Spectacles that ha Uaam .aawimaI Viara S at anv timet. FP-'nraI lr p)Vn nwt Train Morgajniffci'd, Ky., to and Riturn poptipubctr 14 and , e mp-n- y W-l- J Speplal tnain will be upenatcd on Ky., to above dojte from MortBanUa'-dIjqulavJie via M. II. & E. and L- - H-- & St. V. on fol'o.ug HOhedu'.o and pric' Morganflold tor the round trip. , 10:30 p. m. Sipit. 14th. Liu-vCtfitoitovvn 3:20 a. m., Scpf. 15, Is-ave 1.75. The quality, which is higher .1 wio man J.- price, lib 4k. .nil. T ine Do the WorkDo tlu World. reason back of the steady inDclof ate to Us creasing demand for my goods. Step In and take a look the The of tkeFvel aid Floerv next time you are in town We're Manae to Heat, you don't have to buy anything. The highest grado Watch ReOw Saef ii Meat, pairing done also. At Your Service Every Voir. L- wj t Let the Baker Hyiu Mirand . vif i- vr Children Cry . away. ' ,,.i2J, u..: .. . r . rT.V.t.wi.J bw. CA8T.ORIA a. m. Vara 1.73. a. m. Fw 1:50. Liave ElliUtch 6:05 a. m. l''tvne 1:25. 10th and BrpaAway Arnlv IomavHl Sunday 9:03 a. in. TnsOn returning leaves LuUvM'e, 10th and Broadway Sunday night Sejit. li'Ji at 1:00 'p. ju. sharp. ' . -- H. E. U1SCH.KE, A(C(B(t.. Ucu,ve LpAve Hartford 3:40 lundi 4:30 J. B. TAPPAN i Jeweler The Reliable WHY NOT KEEP COOL. Aad ley the Flelike rrodvett Hartford, - Ky. ;M and Optician. THE HARTFORD BAKERY W. C. ScHLBMiiER, Prop. Myrgy.'iiOTgg TStL TTTTi'T7'Ya- - tfWni ifcfca iiiiNri n1iiwHjr'w1"'' IES JrILTAXaMv AMP WANTS PICTURES OF KITCHEN Present Day Cooks Like to See Fu- ture Working Place Before Tney Engage Themselves. "A phnse of the Rcrvnnt girl question that wns new to me was sprung tho other day when 1 called at an imployment agency to hire a cook," laid the nervous woman. "A pretios-ceesln- g looking girl woe brought forward for nn Interview. Her first ques tion was: Have you any pictures of your kitchen?' "I said 1 had none. "It Is always best to bring them,' said the girl loftily. "It saves timo and trouble, for with them to look at a cook can see nt a glance the position of the sink, the tubs, the range, and the cupboards, and can tell if the place will suit her.' "Wh le 1 was adjusting my mind to that phase of the proposition another woman with a wider experience than mine piped up that she had brought viewi of her kitchen. From that min ute I was out of it as far as that par ticular cook was concerned. The pictures met her approval, and the other woman hired her on the spot. 1 asked the manager If it was the custom far housekeepers to produce views of their home when hiring servants. "'The custom iB not yet universal,' be said, 'but It is growing. In one sense the girl Is right; it does save time and trouble.' " HITHERTO STRANGER TO FEAR But Now He Had Run Against Something That Caused His Nerve to Forsake Him. "I came, sir, In answer to your adYou said you wanted vertisement. to employ a man who was a total stranger to fear." "Are you a brave man?" "I am, sir. I have given proof of my courage in many parts of the world." . "Yes?" "I have faced bullets in Mexico and machetes in Cuba." "Good!" "I helped to defend the missionaries against the Boxers, and 1 was present at the siege of Fort Arthur." "Fine." "I have fought the infuriated walrus of Baffin bay and the maddened bull elephants of Central Africa, and I went through an Armenian massacre without losing my nerve." "You seem to be the man I want. Would you be willing to go out on a field in front of 20,000 sport-lovinAmericans and umpire a baseball game honestly, deciding against the home team when necessary?" "So that's the Job, is It?" replied the man of courage, and broke Into a cold perspiration and a run for the door simultaneously. fair-mindeg POULTRY i HAVE YOUR SUITS Directory 0ilo County ri two l??": WVIVn, fcjitl-' J3Dr.(DlYJi2: Cleaned 'WtiWrv AR NARROW ESCAPE DURING WAR and i Pressed Pcnairlnn and Dve- ing neatly done. Ladies work given I HOPPERS FOR THE CHICKENS Details and Illustrations for Free De livery of Feed Into Trays for Young and Old. hoppers for( coffee cans,' chicks, from lard palls, and covers from says a writer in the Farm and Hotne.i They are very satisfactory as well Bsf cheap. With a can opener I cut a slit about two inches long, close to the bottom of the can, then nt each end of the incision toward cut make a half-Incthe top of the can. With a pair oft pinchers I bend back the tin, making a hole large enough to allow the feed F, lllrkhMid, Juilce; Circuit Court-- T. Ben D..III11BO, Attorney; W. l Mlilklff. Jailer; K. O. llarraM, t'ltrkj I I Felix, Master CommlMoner; It. T. Collin Trunte Jury Fund: T. II. Muck, Shir-If- f, HAHTFOKD, KY. O. Jlurtforcl. Ijciiitlv-i- i. llmito C, Hurt Will practice hit profession in Uils Hiuvor Imin; O. P. fonlj W. P. lluri', IumIiic. Couit con- - and adj.idning comities). Commercial '" Cru.il.uU Practice a Specialty. . Otto C. Martin ' Attorney at Law I.IIMIU3 III.) Four Members ' ry Move Sleeping Quarters Jutt Before Tree Falls. of Ninth Illinois Caval- March 6, 1862, the Ninth Illinois cavalry (Col. A. O. Hrackett) left , Pilot Knob, Mo en route for Jackson-portArk. I was bugler of Company ja, and was at that tlrac a beardless boy of twenty. On the evening of March 9 ws camped on Alder creek. It had been raining steadily all day. and the creek bottom on which we camped was quite wet and covered with pools of water, writes G. M. Keller of Brookdale, Cal., In the National Tribune. The camp was pitched with 11 due regard to military regulations; each company's tents were In perfect alignment regardless of waterpools. The tent occupied by Corporal 8. p. Cleland, George Webster, John Eberhart and myself happened to be directly over one of these pools, and as It was Impossible to make our beds Corporal Cleland' went to Captain Bargh for permission to move the tent a few feet back on higher (round, but the request met with prompt refusal. Military rules at that .stage of the game had to be observed. Night fell early, and after a supper of bacon, hardtack and coffee we wrapped ourselves In our blankets and eat on our saddles. By eight o'clock we all decided we Jiad had enough of It, and moved on the other side of the creek, deciding .that military regulations "might go Jiang." We found a dry spot under a large oak tree. It was hollow, and we"Soon had enough dry "wood Jto Irtart a roaring Are, before which" we Blade our bed and were soon asleep, t About 12 o'clock Cleland woke us OP In no gentle way, and to our surprise and consternation we saw the trunk of the tree was a roaring with sparks and fire spouting put of a hole 20 feet from the ground. That chimney certainly- had a good fur-pac- I make all my dry-fee- d special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Clilli, Y. M. C. A. 111.1)0., tun M(k. wtika; third Jul, .!'i!:S iiiwiimi In Kin, Mumliiy r;" I1 ...,OnUiUr on County Court.-- It. It. Weddlnrr, JuiIrc; W. 8. Tinnley, Cltrk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hurt ford. Court cuimni's first Momluy In each month. Coiirt-Hel- Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith , y one-poun- d five-poun- d HARTFORD, KY. h GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. &J. F. GILLESPIE CoffeJ Proprietors B i. For Baby Chicks. to sift through but not large enough 'for a chick to get its head through, lest they get hung. Next I drive two holes in bottom of can at the proper distance from each other to admit the points of a wire staple. Make corresponding holes In the pall cover, insert the 6taple through the four holes and bend each point outward, fastening cover and can together. Remove top from can and fill with meal or bran and there is not a hopper on the market more useful for baby chicks up to four and five weeks of age. The hopper for larger fowls is made from a long but narrow wooden box. Any dimensions which suit the space or wishes of the poultry man may be uee. Remove cover and front side from box, saw a small strip from end of the removed front and fit carefully upon cleats placed from front corner of top to back corner of bottom. (See line a b.) Acrass front of bottom c, nail a narrow strip to prevent feed from being pushed out on floor. For the cover, hinge top of box to back side and the hopper is ready to hang upon the wall or place on blocks the right distance from floor LACKSM1THING AND REPAIR WORK quarterly Quarterly the fourth Momluy In Fibruary, M.y, Mira. W. II. Harms and C. B. August and Noumter. SnilUi announce that Uiy luivo (fonn- Court of Clulmn Convene first TuestJio tumoral pracday In Januury and first Tuttilay in a wrUu-ih.i- j October. tice of luw, exen. criminal and dlvor S. MoxBey. Other County Offlctrr-- C. Olson, Mr. Smith bulr.g County AtUrSurveyor, Fordnvlllc, Ky., JL F. O. iwy Is jmvonUd from jiractilckng hucd. No. 2; Bernard Felix ,AMetKor, Hartlku-rw-s will individually ford, Ky., It. F. V. No. S; Henry Leach, ecu. Mr. In OIIIob SupiTlnttndtnt, Hartford; Dr. A. U. accent nucJi practice Hlky, Coroner, Ilurtfurd. llnrtford Kvpubllonm building, llArt-forJUSTICES' COUHTS. Ky. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 2rd Momluy lu Murch, Tuemluy utter 3rd Monday In June, Tuetdvv after 3rd Monday In September, Tuttday att?r YANCYL.MOSLEY, 3rd Monduy In Dei ember. O. li cicolt, Cioinwell, Wedni day after 3rd Monday In Aiuttli, WnltnnJuy utter 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday utter 3rd Monduy In SeptemLir, Wednesday after 3rd Monduy In Dtiember. HARTFORD, - KT. John 11. Miles, Friday after 3rd Monday In March, Friday alter Will practice hla proftnolon In all the 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3nl Monduy In Stpwmber, Friday afltr 3rd Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeal. AIo NoMonduy In IVcember. J. C. Jackson, Cintertown. Saturday tary Public Office over Klrat National after 3rd Monday In Murili. Saturday f Bonk. Ur 3rd Monday In June. Saturday utur 3rd Monduy in September, bulurday utter 3rd Monday in lt cenil.tr. M. C. Cook, llenfrow, Tusedny after 2nd Monduy In Muri.li, TuutJay Aid Monday In May, Tu.duy ufterutur 3rd "- -) Augim, lutsuuy uiter snd ns fr -- d, Attorney at Law Jloi-itj.or- J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD, afttr the WldntMlliy - Horseshoeing a Specialty. G 'Jhoiiias Sumli rs nhitn it.inAfc.in.. M,rri second .Mi.mlnv in ilttir '.'ml M nil., v I.. 11..., Ohio County J ednesduy after 3rd Monday In AUKut. Y. VS edntsday after 2nd Monduy In Novels- .. All Matters Given Prompt Atten Orant Pollard. KnrilHitlln TENSION AFFIDAVITS Aid Monday In Aluy, Thursday after tion. 3rd Monduy In August, Thurluy after SPECIALTY. Monday In November. nd Friday after 2nd Monduy in"T..March. Friday 2nd Monduy in May. Friday ufter after Mon- 3rd day in November. ' "nl'. II HAIITFORD C. M. LVnup POLICE COUUT. Ttt.Tf.A. KILLthc COUGH WITH draft Hartford, - Ky. 4)efore morning, and were going to sleep again, but after a heated discussion we gathered our traps and went back to our tent, where, seated on our addles, we dozed till morning. About .three o'clock the whole camp was wakened by a loud crash, and when tsayllgbt came we found the tree ly- - the tree could not possibly burn Some of us were of the opinion that down City Attormy.' J. KSUv ens ' Marshal ! -- iurt loiiwius HtunJ .Monduy In cucli Williams. Mayor; E. P. Thomiu.. Trvu. urex. Mtiiibira of Cuuncll-JUib- ert Hoover, P. H. lailoi. J. II. II I... P. Moore, lT.d CotT. W. J. Uwm' -. l..l. ...i. AND CURE the LUNGS " l'..r. SEEDS' BUCKME-- nm,"ulTriUM!ls.;' iv up """'ftt. ...r..... S. Tlnsley. Dr. K. .:..'.:'. "" F. Lowe. M- 11 Dr. King's New Discovery Ste A 81.CA. TfW eMle fit AND ALL THROAT AND LUN6 TROUBLES. it. .V " IK IIwii i SEEM SUCCEEB I ftUA - DiuToy tilFiv"N nin todmy; Write I OC Hw.BhIum nr pwawJouiciiHuuwit 0rlw rallertloa ikk.iTTn'":u-i a.mue dawaeHaa '" SPECIAL OFfER: A trUlwUl to kalU - i Tnttie to all. eaa a aw a mtmwrmwmm ! ar.d eveninc every first unl third Sunday In eucji month. Sunduy School t) 45 a. m. Pinter tii...tin. ........ ii' .i l SMS i sunduy inornlns olid evenine. Sunduy a. m. Prayer jneetlnj; every SchoolWed- M. E. Church Smith KELlCilOUS SERVICES. nOUVnS s"OLD PBICK ii.n.u... n.., GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OR MONEY REFUNDED. iiii.-- hi every Mentha lAs Paper. : Cleveland Woke Up In Clever Fat Men. It is frequently averred that fat is deadening to the brain, and consequently a foe to Intellectual activity. But 1b thlB so? Some of the greatest men the world has ever known were plump even to obesity. Napoleon was decidedly embonpoint. Dr. Johnson was fleshy even to flabbl-nesSo was his biographical shadow, Boswell. Balzac, the great French novelist, was so stout that it was a day's exercise to walk around him, and he was encircled with bandages as if he were a hogshead. Rossini, the composer, was a regular Jumbo, since for six years he never saw his knees. Jules Janln, the prince of critics, broke every sofa he ever sat down upon. Lablanche, the great singer, was charged three fares when he traveled. Dumas pere was stout, and Salnte-Beuv- e carried the stomach of a Falstaff. Eugene Sue had such aversion to his growing corpulency that he drank vinegar to keep it down, and yet he wrote "The Wandering Jew." A man is not necessarily stomach. No Gentle Way. because be has a boundless s. SEND lO itoeTa4aJpiliMCENTS ray u tlTUUTtJM yeMMeUes, lomwrwiw mUKlMO oeea, j IMiravuva Bftiuiu ra as UMua, rasv. Mill MOM M MM N. W. totto, " M aWMKUL , mmgmm t jjXTLrXArtArTsTMlfi!! irH.tl - . V,""rcn-Ser- wiu i a '" " K'dcr Pai'tr. vk' W" p. in. wry fourth " W"1"t t?.. 7 (J. - ftU TaurwjM .i each month at II a. in. ami Sunday Scool !i:S. I' PhlirriCt-rfc- a la j p. ni . Tssmmmm Dry-Fee- d Hopper for Poultry. NOT SOLD ANY NEW to allow fowls to eat comfortably. In fitting the front upon the cleats allow half an inch space from bottom and one inch from back of hopper. This gives free delivery of feed into the. tray. SUNFLOWER THE SEWING SECltET BOCIETIES. Hartford Lod;e No. C75, F. . A. meets first and third Monduy nlirht M In eaclf month. Owen Hunter. VV. M.. U P. l'oreinun .Secretary. KeMone Chupter No. 110, It. A. M meets every third Saturday nlnht hi each .month. John T. Moore High 1'Htnl, W- - 8s. linsley, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84. O. meets second and fourth Monduy E. S even-IniiS A'1'on, W.M. Miss Secretary. .tuuEii mur xMise no. lin. Knlglits of yiiiiui.. inuitH Electric Bitters FOR KIDNEYsLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Succeed when everything else faDa In nervoua proatration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, aa thousands have testified. k is the best medicine ever mU over a drug gist's counter. MACHINE OF QUALITY. every Tuesday nicht. Of UNDER OTHER NAME. HOME -- ii. 6c b. Hartford Tent No. 9, K. meeu every first and third O. T. M.. Thursday nlulit W. H. GII!cfcJe, Commander; L. 1. Foreman. Itecord Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42. L. O. T M meets every first and third Friday nifilit mont1': Mr,B- - Attye CJrlffln.lJi.ly Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton. Lady Keeper. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask lor one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine 2X SEED FOR HENS d 4ag directly over where our bed had been. Each of us boys lived to see three years and over of active service, and were honorably discharged at the close of the war. The Ninth Illinois cavalry was brigaded with the Second Iowa cavalry, and had a reputation as a fighting brigade. It was a common remark of the Johnnies that the Ninth Illinois cavalry and the Second Iowa cavalry were tnarried, for when they would run up against one regiment they usually bad ,tfce other to deal with. d Russian Variety la Most Prolific for Furnishing Good Quality of Rich Oil Feed. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase tho NKW IIOMK you will have a life asset ut the price you pay, and will not have an endless chain of repair. Blow at Suicides. "A pet monkey that I shipped uptown this morning was bound on n most unusual mission for a monkey," said an animal dealer. "Ho was bought by a woman who runs a furnished room house In which three persons have killed themselves with gas recently. Those suicides have upset her nerves. Now she is going to try the same preventive means adopted by three of her friends. Also "They too, keep roomers. they keep monkeys. There have been several attempts at suicide in their bouses, but they have always been What He Might Have Said. by the monkeys, who have A Green mountain boy was accused frustrated gas and set up such a chatmisconduct, and got off by smelled St some tering that they woke everybody up. 4be skin of his teeth, though a com"Monkeys are extremely sensitive rade In trying to defend him came to the odor of gas. This customer of tear telling too much. as a new "Yea, I got off; small thanks for mine hopes to utilize hers kind of lire preserver." Philadelphia yer said." arfcat -But Just think of what I didn't Record. For poultry the Russian sunflower is the most prolific variety. Sow seed early In June. The sunflower is a e 11 1 ( ' 77f Quality Considered profitable crop to grow for furnishing it is the a good quality of rich oil feed to take Cheapest the place of cottonseed or flaxseed meal. Sunflower seed Is used in all in the end the poultry mixtures now sold In the to buy. markets. The sunflower is a hardy plant, a you want a sewing machine, write for vigorous and rapid grower, and a ourIf latest catalogue before you purchase. only for Its good plant to grow not seeds, but also for its bright, beauti- The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass. ful yellow blossoms. The plant, when in full bloom, makes a good food for honey bees. Have the ground deeply plowed and thoroughly mellowed. The, GAVE HERSELF AWAY. ground should be rich to grow large heads full of seed. Mark the rows off three feet apart and three inches deep. Drop two seeds to the running foot. When plants are up thin out the stand 15 to 20 inches apart. Good culture, free of grass and weeds, must be glv--, en through the season. Vacation for iretdlng 8toek. Give the breeding stock, you intend to carry over for next season, a vacation n vacation quarters. If possible, separate the males and females anud give each flock outdoor quarters on ample range, well shaded. Let then occupy this summer range until time to house in winter quarters in the. fail. You will find that they moult out I cieaner ana earner auu mat mey win prove better In breeding condition. g The Summer Boy If X should try Power. Reduce An egg is a chemical combination, to kiss you, do jrou think your dog " ,, and If bens lack la their feed any ele- would bite mT The Susaner Hrl (absently) He's ment which Is fewaa In eggs then the. sever blttea any ef My etaer trleed power to prodtwe ewe It towered. Egg-Layin- itecord Acme Ld;e No. 333, I. O. O. F.. meets secoi.d and fourth Friday nlcht In Nobtl Grand Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. Imp. Order Red Men, meets second It. day iilfht in each and fourth Wednes- - BUcT-DDRAiiGlmouth. Hills FomfT A" K" 1,ate" Ci,M ut itelords.C liurtford Camp, W. o. W. No Or' Liver Medicine incuts every second and fourth Saturday night In uicli month. Consul Commiui-dc- r The reputation of this old, reliaTliomua P. WUliajrib: Clerk W. C. ble medicine, for constipation, inPreston Moiton Post Ne. 4, a. digestion and liver trouble, is firm-l- y holds regular meetings Katurduy A. R.. established. It does not imitate the first Monduy In tach month. before Ash-aTother medicines. It is better than M'"' t'oaimanUer; J. M, Itogers, others, or it would not be the faGo'deri Rule Grovo, Woodmen of tho vorite liver powder, with a larger orJd iikvuj eer and sale than all others combined. fomui rucwlay afternoon in each month ?. SOLD IN TOWN F2 "ii '.' ,Jif',1.kt' uu"'loJi; Mrs. E. I'cndleton, Clerk. Simslilne HUu No. 4J L. O. T. M., m'.ots ovory ftr.it and tihlnd Jviilay nlsht In cuoh niontli. .Sir. Attyo OrifCln, Laly Comnmiwltr; Mi. H. K. Mlnlik, "' II Luly UtMvuul Keciner. Ikitieh River Iilge No. HO, Kntiihti uvca-of PyiUUas, mt-'- ts Turid.iy nfeht. B. L. Tiiyior, C. C, J. Ney iyrtnr, K. of R. & S. i A. MKAILS IteBev aad Kees kt Style by Reaaiig McCall. Magaiiae and Using McCall Pattern srcca'iMiissiiswiii I aJiad Save r MAGAZINE & f B. tli banks of the Rapldan, was K. T. H. A., while lying Star's Whereabouts. A somber of Doubleday's Fourth In camp ou ap- proached by an officer, who asked: "Do you know anything of Major Sear's whereabouts?" "Vie, aor," was the reply. "He Just elat tbem down to th' creek to be wasaeeV Weak-Cheste- ' "Did you hear about poor Plan- - "A cannon ball struck him in th chtst an' kilt blm Intolrely." -Flan- Well, Ol'm not surprised. aery always did have a weak chlst" It" "NiTer a word. Phwat was ut?" Insuring Identification. "Persons who expect to receive money orders in a strange town take infinite precautions to identify themselves," said a postal clerk. "One way that particularly commends Itself is for the stranger to call on the paying teller in the money order department before his own order arrives and pre-- , sent a bunch of correspondence showing pretty clearly who he is. He then explains that be is expecting a money order from a certain person; can me clerk remember him when be presents It for payment? "Afte that Impressive Introduction the clerk usually can remember, and when the order Is presented he cashes Secretary-TreasurB. D. Kump, Indianapolis, Ind, State Officers: II. M. Froman, Carroll county, Prea T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice President. 8. B. Robertson, McLean county. s. er Sec.-Trea- National Officer: Presldent-F. Sharp, Narrawi. Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. M. 0. P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organiser. C. C. Allen. Henry county, and Lat-tlGraves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; It. E. I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss. Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: H. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky, D. Ford, Treas., Hartford, Ky. A In and bsts. U New 1'ailiioii Dcstcns in (Dili iviiie, Au .ilunblM iiifornmlloii mi nil home and ixr- fonul tnuueis. Only a ltifreo )ear liirluilniir. n pjlicru. Sub- utiIjo today or send wn.iw. wi It fur ftio taiuplo copy. McCU Ptllnu will ennlile ynii to inntn In your owu hoiiui. Hlitiyjifruwii linndn ilotlilnirliir Toui.stlf and chlldtrii uhkh win b iwrlii t la fctylo and lit. I'th h lehcr Hi Jii 1 I cents Bend for freo I'arceru futaluguo. ( Wt Will Cut Ym Fhm PrtHstt for pettlne sub I M'rliilinnnaiiioniryuurtrlciiils. sjidforfrva I'remliiiii Cululiiiiuo slid ( skIi 1'iuo Oder. Jl W MtOU CWr AKY, 9 U M9 Wut J7i St. NEW MIC cipenko tiy kooplnit run posted on tlio liuiii you diess strl-blil- y at a inoderato latiit futhlons lollies ' COUNTT BOARD OP EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. Hartford, It. h D. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, No. 6. ft, B. C. Hartford. Reynolds, Ky. 1 It. S. Patterson. OUten, Ky. . B. L. Alford, W)IU Hw?Ky. t. Richard PliiBW.7IaylM'klBsa,Ky. . J. L, Browa. Hackiwft. Ky. ELk jMUMMs9iaMws BOOKKEEPING WSWWTlNGaaaV TELEGRAPHY, yWrt 9tomkimImjeb T6Wn ,f.i. ' fM ONE SACRIFICE CASTORIA LTmliTriTS FOR SINS FOREVER Scriptural Testimony Is, For Infanta and Children. The The Kind You Have Always Boughi ALCOHOL 3 PEII ('Ml- ANegclaWcIYi'paralwnrjr.U A "Christ Oietti No More," similaiinAiixnMdandltaufc Haftllii'SiD.TadisaallJirH'lt Bears the Signature m S nil Different View of the Ooetnne of fm g Mistake the Mais A Pointed Out In Respect to It Re- - aWfa ferred to by Daniel the Prophet as "the Abomination That Maketh Deso late." London, Sept. 1. Long-Standin- ,"mW I jriUJ MXJl sl P P w V P P 'P' w P 's W w 'P' P P Ha P P P P F w V-- V 4 -- raster Promotes ni'iosliimfWiJ twss and lfest.Cotualn$ nciito OphmuMtjrphme iwrMiKiaL otNahcotic. jlUSnttit lE'aB h jtwtSirl Cknfirl SMnr Jtv In majrm fbrr. Apcrff cl Remedy forCoisfip Ion .Sour Storaach,D!arntt Worms .ComTiIsions.Fcwrr.' ncss and Loss OF Slee.. I rP' For Over y Thirty Years Use ' f PASTOR gUSSEtl) ' text for today was: "After lie (Jesus) had offered ono sacrlfiee for sins forever He sat down on the right hand of God. for by one offering He hath perfected forever them that ara sanctified. Hebrew x. 12-1- Kuril's FacS'unilc Signature of NEW YORK. luannteed underlie Exact Copy t'ocJjj CASTORIA TMt CWTau of Wrapper. CO". .,TOClTV. most explicit In its decoration that Jmu. as I lie nntltyplcnf"t!lgh I'rleat offers but one sacrifice of Himself for the sins of the world. In our context St. Paul ilnts to the typical sacrifices, "which could never take away sin." and then he tells us that the one sacrifice on the Antitypical Atonement Day, by the antitypical High Priest, Is so complete as to leave nothing further to lie done "Christ dleth no more; death hath no more dominion over Him." Sacrifice of the Mass. However, we behold two great Chris tian communions holding a different High Church of England and view-t- he the Church of Home. Uoth hold tha doctrine Introduced Into the Church doctrine about the fourth century-t- he of the Mass. This doctrine holds that the death or Christ cancels original sin for believers: but it philosophizes that ! the Bible 13 The picnic season is rapidly approaching. We wish to announce that we are prepared to print your picnic bills on short notice. Best service at least cost. Did you ever notice that the picnic which was best advertised had the largest attendance, and consequently was the most successful? Come and see us and let us tell you how to advertise your picnic. i THE'HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Hirtford, -:- - entucky. ,i,,t, p-r s rkt3ptiptkftkptrlptlp9fp states and taken tnVltans of do(am frpm Oie farcnei)3' rto K3 W. NCHWART25 mlROIPaL POSITIONS GUARANTEED position ir will GUARANTEE you a many more you us real hood. Wo need supply tho enormous demand at once to for our graduates. As eoon as wo got the required number of students this offer will bo withdrawn. So write at onco for particulars. WE W) BUSINESS COLL.'EGE IHl'UHrOBATSn nnTAnuftnicn mat ixorsvit.r.K. KY. Baekbee's "Full of Lite" Northern Groe . frdlgreeil Seeds have a reputation ol jSyearaol ( SEEDS DEANS PEAS slant th successful seed .growing behind litem, , beiU- Seasonable Specialties it pays Earliest Red Valentine . . ttjojusliet . l J5 uJeJ Kcfucee Uxtra Early Newlrlngls Green Pod . J7 H"hel Wa'dwells Imp. Kidney Wax 1 S Bushel . . 4 .75 Davis New White Wa Cume'l Rust J'rool Wax . fc 50 Bushel r i.jl.n tiouiiittrlrtlj for aeCUrHlaT DettltA. Bifainr rut free. OI titent taken tfi rough Muim A Co. rtclTt vewi not ict wnnomcptriwi iu.u OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE oinnn uin.1 nfitniiiliioil nfttr conilntr Into Prof. Wilson's Tariff Ignorance. the fnmilv of God need cancellation with iroi also, und that since nothing except tno ProWfillonlsts wcjie iboons mollis blood of Christ, the death of Christ, Wllwn's Tariff uUcratin-can take away slu. ami the merit of 5.W0 X ro Jers fanner, tno oUvor iuv, His death at Calvary having been when lie Mil 1, "Tlu farttuir do n used to cancel our past sins, a fresh any ot tho tilings Vn.t H sacrifice of Christ is necessary for the any materia benefit from Wi" Tanl'f, more recent sins. jiihW Applying tills philosophy, these Chris-tla- n and l.e luihiimu ail of the tfiuus under Uio T.irlff hstem." brethren perform n common, or are If tin Proft ssor will make a tow mor Low Mass, for general sins In n congregational way, and High Mass for spewing on- tlie.se ilnea the adds w'l special sins. The congregation assem- not ,be 2 2 to 1 In hU favor vciy bled, praise and prayer tire chanted, and JoilS. HU ullspay of Isrwraiice ot tno then the ofllclatliig priest approaches Tariff wUl convince farmers ami all what they call the altar of sacrifice. Intelligent lott-rthat ,l!f. WilOn it are the bread and wine, which, other not know wliiat lie U ta.'.klii(; son do-being blessed, are "instantly turned r eou'd have ixid tli Into the actual flesh and actual blood about. Ho nci-Tariff m.t. He tiver couVl liac been of Christ." familiar with farm products and have Where Lies the Mistake? -- head, thirty dollars had: if vaiujpl at oer one hundred and fifty (John". twenA)-fIv- J per pntum ad yaljinra. 2S. Shryp, ono j car oil or over, oao do hr and tllty centa PTir befvl; Vjss rpnts than one year koId, uv;nty-fi- c per hfd. tj poiekels. a gaod mamory tor. Omtin,uIiiS Ills bs a It fAkss camnadgn oraAvVs-an- d of perverdcn ot con,Jlttona, tfe the reason in.t(3riei9tird iln Pro.Why Ul - fessor sald: And that Is ftVo 223. AJt ofchor "Jlvc animals, ripit Amarjiia rls to much tw-nrcentum ad vaonem. 230. Barley, thirty aaits per bayi'io! Ins down, wiliorpvir dangar to bnciik pounds. of torty-e.!l- it wldeli uTJ 231. Barley mait, forty if Ive qents per asalnfit have banked nqunds. buhei of tlilrty-fou- r pr rvt' bueal' svdtli-aut it la It powiJM-- '2. Barly, parled, riationt tliat dam tldts of our pros-p-rup, that great dam that runs around all our poavttis an-or Kut'l, dioiwn, ty s - two cents pr i"iund. 233. Uroam corn, tliro 231. Huckwrliqat, dtTris jpie,r ton. bush-- ei Clttrrrn oenf? arf of forty-cils- ht pounds; mV lmc.lqwilin.at (.emtum i--l Buckbee's Lightning Express j.oo a lull lattuce. KWUa, Totaalo andgrowing line el prints. Seeds. I'Unts aiioBulbs at lowest complete catalogue or submit a Send for , your requirements and will quote pneern. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. Fxtra Early Alaska . . . jjo Bushel Bushel $S New Early Grailus Bushel llorsford's Market Garden . $j 50 Bushel .... Sere '4E'fflMa Illustrated wmklr. sketch and descrlpilnn Anton uniting nt.Afiltlli.ll fraitt whethermar All ..u.t.1. Trade Marks rnsvsmuTi Ac. JZXSSSSi Scientific Hmcrkaii. f JrMt haniliomelf of any rlcntlDo Journal. Term. S3 a tmi . four monlba, $L Bold byall riewadcalBrj. A law tsctser St., iKtfont H. W. BUCKBEE Ferns. Rclfrs.s rk HUNN&Co'-'NewYoB5 K BL. Washington. U. C. Hrancn um. and TRAOCMA"K wpHUy obtalnwj la obtain PATE NTS all eounlrlc or no fro. THAT SA1 adTtriiaaUiemUiorougal, at our spun,, aiiaiieip yuu vt micmm Sand noJL photo or aketoh tar PKEC rtrpnrt on lAUnUtilUty. N years' pracUe. NXrCFIENCES. PorS) Uulda n lYolttabtt) Puteota writ to Uok 03-B0- S JkfeCAIX PATTEssNS Celebrated tor style, perfect lit, ilmptlclty ani u reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly and al CTCry cfty and town In the United States than w Canada, or by mail direct. More sold Svittth Streaett. WASMINOTON, D. O. any other make. Send lor tree catalogue. McCALIS MAGAZINE any other fashioa More tubkeribers than mieailne million a montli. Invaluable. Lat. est styles, patterns, dressmaklair. millinery, plain iewlne, fancy needlework, halrdrejsint, cood stnrle, etc. Only W cents a F cltquette, year (north double), Includmif a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Afents. l"otal brlnirs premium catalogue ail new cash priieoflers. Address IBS McCAU CO. Ki is Z4J W. ta St. NfW YOU I I I ' 'ua,Ufa e.ii .111 ' mnnu niFBViWk vrrtn, A" ahallsi NsaW ButlOMA. UndrSft. BUCKBBe'S BULBS SUCCEEDS BULBS' r.L.i.u..L. Id.iK irfu I I I rf ' Souvenir CollectloaS?.lnJ:S!tr.l liltJutU. Uim UfMt.ta. VMtbM Uiy hnbli, lia, Vrulak IrU. Hrtllu, VpuuU. I.mJmlCM.1 ClllMd.l.. a.MS.M. DkfiMll. IjaUUutu,..to-d" .- ns.kam vitu & Herman tint cut- HitiMfActionfcniArantwMior jour ' I i!,.Vj... u..iul-. rt.t. haU a aal Ixta Hjmuu. I issaff?3s, JIlUlKSl '- tr.1. . . iir..Alu..i.t. llirKITtHl ..1 lltunfj,- - ..." ..hi su fiMi.l I I l?fr.. I w.an.uT..-"r:::rm. """ i 1 MVM - " " "mduh Ml "r.T".,Tt-7Si.V:i.TSiTr Mention this Paper rM.It iu ttliukto MllMtl.W .. ki. ui.uitfti. iuimi.. SIT. riTail ... . Pattat md litfrlripme.it Practice Excluilvely. VaM But ratsat Tie HfktA ItiNl. wmn rsmwra. w. w. i,uw..--;u k ! B,,l..lo:--.-5-C ; 1 "a'irL'i'zsms. -TSaS sr 0. I MUSf i IR, in a. .LV.. U W. www riwi SICaaii BOCXrOaS, PKHtl ;: .7 .... J.i --- j ILL ST. JVSJ 23 "CL "POSITIONS' u r . ,iv ." rW TfmMJWmft f jr.rs.. ..... fNtlXiJALLV f ,:'"' Howrag Grccn,Hor. 'iftonarsaMNO&Ji With our convenient Bibles (Catholic and Protestant) we have much advan tage over our brethren of the fourth century who Invented the doctrine of the Mass. We now see that this doctrine Is unscrlptural and that the bishops erred In other words, they were not Inspired: they were not successors of the Twelve. Whatsoever things tbey bound on earth were not bound In heaven. Bible students see clearly that the one sacrifice of Christ is sufficient for the sins of the whole world past, present and to come. But God does not propose In any manner to forgive sins wilfully committed. They receive stripe, or punishments. In proportion to their wilfulness. Our need then Is, not to nttend Low Mass or High Mass, but to go directly to the Lord lu the name and merit of our Advocate. Thus the Apostle enjoins us saying. "If any man (In the Church) sin, we have an Advocate with tno Father, Jesus Christ the Righteous." (I John II, 1.) The thought that sin In every Instance requires atonement Is quite Scriptural and the thought that "without the shedding of blood there Is no remission of sins" Is Scriptural. (Hebrews Ix, 22.) But the thought that Christ needs to die more than onco Is antagonistic to the Scriptures, as we have seen. The Abomination of Desolation. Nearly niueteen centuries ago our Redeemer mentioned "The Abomination of Desolatlou, spoken of by the Prophet Daniel." (Matthew xxlv, 15.) The Master declared that when this Abomination should be soon those noting It should understand and flee. For long centuries the Abomination was supposed to refer to the carrying of Roman banners within the holy precincts of the Temple at Jerusalem. It did seem strange that bo comparatively Insignificant a matter should be mentioned by Jehovah through Daniel the Prophet and should then bo referred to by Jesus Himself; but we saw no other Interpretation. Of lato there is another Interpretation. It refers our Lord's prophecy specially to tbo end of this Age und the great time of trouble soon to come upou the Church and upon Christendom. In this view the Abomination 'of Desolation signifies a reprehensible doctrine Introduced into tbo church, tbo truo spiritual temple Into the o Holy Place. This Influenco would for long centuries before Its defiling character would be recognized. Then all so recognizing1 It should know that tho Time of Trouble and the New Dispensation aro near and should make all baste to separate themselves from everything associated with tho Abomlnatlou they should forsake the error iiiuHk-- to tho mountain heights of Truth, as Lot and bis family fled from Sodom. coa-tlnuo miito'T aUWnenl .so"mtrue, fti-- bo fdlttoon oents pjr ieMrt,e of actual conditions, of facts buslio,'. of ilftysK pounds so 4eaiora,te a perveislon 23G. forty peaijta par one Oorn TO2a known to qiovy farmer. His friVfcvts wore cluisrined and UN ptolltlcal uiie- - liuadred pounds. Marcarpinl. 237. varrmiiQel, and till mlcs amiiHuid ot his concession ot slmlar priepamblons, one and i cents round, Iot ns turn to Seltodule real 233. Oats, fifteen ointa perr1buli,eilj tural Irodiicta and Prov taloru'-aj- id 239. QLtmead and rpl'iqd paits pn(J cent a ftjjw items In tho long lst ot proper pound; ofit liu'Js, ban, centp t tected Carm unoducls: 23. Cattle, it Vss than oive ymr oil, huadned pounds. i' two doraie per head; al (iluv pattl; ,wp oenits 210. Itlioe, c leaned, If auad at not nvr Ufm tountefin dol- noun,d; uncleancd rioe, or rioe fna of lars jxt head, tlanoo dalpins fvnd seven t the outer huili and ntfl havflnir tho Ovo icents pw I toad; If valued lit more Inner cuUile on, on and than four.taciti dolJUrs rV head, Iw.ntj. cents n"r jvund; rioe flour, nnd rlco per centum ajl vaJ. meal, and rlas brojen wJilch wit pass seven and , fe'no-rarwj- e. oas-dii- lf I twin,ty-tl- e Cotirj , valorem. 233. Corn or im'j" - ir p-- pr one-lia- lf onom. 223. throush a number twelve w4ij ff.eve of a kind prencnlbed by Wia HaTwari' hoad. ot orw onit of Uie Tnasury, 27. llor.sos and mules, valued at one per pound; paddy, or rioe JuaMinsr the hundred and fifty do'lajs pr legs per outer Jm'll on, pf oao i i pound. oi?nt 211. Uy,e, irn certs par buhml; r of poo pan;t ipof (nounii. f.lour, one-hatwmty-Jtv- o cqnts ier Wheat, 2U. pr Kivlne, one doTar and Jlf,t- - cen,ts one-faur- tlue-tCUTbl- ia rr lf w,ltah iwie ca'J- tlie Pirpttlvo' TkirlJf, J .wfltuid pnofor to call It the rvysftrla-tlv- e (Tariff. 'I would prefer to caj It Uio Tor ft tliat holds us bank. I would prefer to call it tlve tttuiilff tliat hems us In, tlie Tariff .that phoks us, the , i Tu,rHt that smattUers ua. Prof, Wilson laves a fbjure of ppxii. Tlicut ohoklnff 4dea p,laaa,'i latm so mudt upon and eriUrffejiI it that he unt,W ono almost oould nee OUwlU holding down poor D.3mo(n)arwltli tho pltloiw of Protection and siorwJy rmoth- erilng her to death. Has the country be?n .choked, smojUiierad held back, hemmed In? Let a ow Statistics Vb1 the Htory of progress olnce 1830, wlen tlie f Inst wsUmates Wfre mode of tine w.aa'ith prar capita in this country. .Eaioh man, woman fcad child raprc-santS12 02 of the, total Wealth in 1SW. Bb,h man, .woman and, child irepnesentied $34 33 In 1310, Hhe farms and farm property pJT thev United States were Vi'iutd at In 1S30, and theao va'uas had to th,e enormoua sum pf In 1910. FUnm produnts were vai'utd at H.95g, 030,927 In 1870, wli"n tlie tlrst crmks of these products was tak.cn, and In U10 6. tlie value of farm produces was ed $XMT7,-313.5ed 540,091,-413,0JJO.Wl,-419,09- buslwjl. i V' 7 Fain Pill, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills will help you, as they And these resui'ts Wiftre n,ocanip;l.yl un lar a Protectivie Tanttft 'Plie fim. Wat pases In addition every Und of fruit raliqd In Now surrounds our coasts, Prof. Wilson, Is Jersey nn,l other Ftajt,", parlh and llko .Uio Dykis of HolTand-- Jt kiecps out t's uJJ. the iPnpfcsso.;-ivveest ot t,h,s south and ctolsto wJiee to ryeara ho lius bicn studying, theorntlcajly, Uiq t iqcoruwnlt! wliluli he sak9 noivv to put in iyasiticul FOR FLETCHER'S shape for ca.rnpaltfn puripoass. r In dally rieoawltlea vve flivl Jutt protfCited by a duty of HU oents ltunnlng uj raid down .tlr8, Bwap-la- s poun,d; aiieeso, hW aanU; frfqli mUk, "nd b'ndilnff onr making bda wilt two cents jtr giii'on; orou.m, ISvp i'on,'.s; pffi-flv ociata per doaqn; hay, ft nor not ntalio a woman healthy or beautiton; honey, 0 cents ppr Bufjon. ful. lw nius.t got out of dporo, willt tool pay 2j (Crants lir buhql of CO tyi. a nillo or two oviery day und take Chan . Hops, onions, peas, puts, poultry, intuits bertoln's fTabVts to improve bar dljits- bacon and liam atio on it,Ho JJst of pro n and npiUto hpr baweln. For solo tect'ed thP In tap And the list occuplea the prlnto-ppv-ir-I- l to tfvi ahrave, H I fiood-'Mia- Children. Cry CASTORIA s, Flt' product, and hays helped others. neuralgia and havo suffered from It for years. Whtlu vlsltlnt; my son and suffering from ono ot the old attaekx, he brouslit me u box ot Pills. I used Dr. Miles' Antl-I'al- n them us directed and nfter taking them It was the first tlmo In years the neuralgli ceastd frutultho use of medicine." MItS. IJ. C. HOWARD, 40.1 Greene St., UowaRiuc, Mich. At all druggists. 25 doses 25c. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Ataxia, Backache, Locomotor Stomachache, Carsickucss, Irritability and for pain in any part of the body. "I havo always been subject to aoo1 laiiiaarui.siby all doaeus. soutliorn farmsr. th .Wlkur ncmllnfttlo'i who lui'd J!r. Repels Attack of Death there ane Inaluilod Willi onttiuslasni, otton, fHv, "lllve yvors ajo two doctors pild m suolt croiv a AoUa-'cI Uidonly two ynim to tvp." This lonvons, pmjujftt and nhvapJ',J y BU'l-mProf. Wl arm furtlwr pllncHod HUs argil standing Btatomfint was mail,) Ortion, Slaloclilto, Col. "TVioy toM man,t In tlise .wio,rds; I liave Ban tlw IjntttTta of a K""t me I woutl die with eonaumPiWoii. It many pta,v.s wnioclajli' rriganlfdi In vvjik up to uw than to try V'lo bm ' lung arul X Imsjoii to iuu Dr. loifUfcatlcji. but I must frankly 'that I have rwwar 8,n It" hitiorfia's of King's Xow DlYPvfry. It .was tvttll I , tthe farmea- - ory otten trgainded In Jv;-- did, fur today I om iwoxMnif pml I owe my :fe o Mlls erca Wiiat UHUon, gmva Tho rmfiyvvur luul prolahly foratAjri andi'nng pun.i that ibis cre,t d jtie Us folly to differ 'the It'iclproclty Xlgit, iwt tlie if forts of luiotlior " of his party to LisWlilio ijiiim,t tho wltli cuughs, ivlds or other tliro.it mill irww. Take itho ouno tliat's farmers and bring ucmns t!w bord,r 1 Jung 'flood of trxrm wduuts tliat iwouftl luao safest. X'rloe CO eenU and l.M. Trial druggists. ruined tlio marlsets of Uw north jrn bottlo fne at all in b3-I'l- fl,l it i0'k,i-i-liziiU.'rJ'- - .- - r GARDEN ERECTING HOMES FOR BIRDS Lovers of Songsters In All Parts of Country Are Urnlng Protection fop Feathered Tribo. Lovers of birds In every ji.irt of our land acd nlso the United States department of agriculture aro urging jieonle everywhere to do everything lu their power to nttract and protect our natlvo song birds. In winter this may bo accomplished by feeding tlio birds when the land la covered with Ice and snow. In spring EKM anu jsihkV.iI attention tn M'1 l'v of tulorauo i .n hun kiy ?i or on sonn ilny during th3 wv-Woman and Three Small Children flwm fmt date. Thl nsm lit h'-a tt n?oj-,- t iwvl djVmnVd us Walked 250 Miles to Catch i.l Natfxial TubircUto-i- l liy by Ui Boat for America. N floral AjsoakWnn ,fT Uio atuily and tr nil' 11 of tiiburuulqulK, wtiliih mukis Tuberculosis Prevention Day Set. FOUR LIVE ON t" ""' CMvumhrw an rsihilous TEN CENTS A DAY niimb.ir of at I ot u),HJ wl'i Jo urnl I o'Ml'-tli'- t ! ' to m'.mj v ii tyi -- ONLY Vi innio'mjv-ni'n- TUir'uimiH ,n tt liy w ApiJj' Xiw is, but of n ouf.l'.-t BffjEftfEMra 'Nest Made From Tree Limbs. people are urged to put up nesting boxes where tlio birds may make their Jiomes and rear their young. In summer these llttlo feathered neighbors need human protection to shield their young ftom tlio attacks of cats. Are you going to Join, the ranks of tho bird protectors of this land? ' If you are now Is the tlmo to show your loyalty to your feathered friends. Make some nesting houses and get them up at onco. The fcong birds aro worth protecting and should bo provided with places to build their homes. It isn't difficult to make nesting boxes. Once the birds havo discovered them they will begin to collect material with which to line them and make them soft and "comfey" for their families. Any small wooden box may be converted into a house. Uso thin, smooth boards for the roof. Place a board beneath the house to keep the cats from climbing up to the birds' home. .A good bouse Is made by hollowing out a large tree limb and cutting a bole In It for a doorway. For blue "birds make the entrance hole about the size of a quarter. It the box Is intended tor wrens make tt smaller. I'Vnwu-- d ItefUtmts Miwnuvit u.ltloh u.n Iieil on tfti. date. Day In T o nlHrvjuwo of ti.o tivt this yqs.r will. It J nitflml by antube.rauo' workers nut iply w of (hundii tho jynwiU oliKtiiMon or oonutmtlin, ! it al-- o for tlw purji mj of Ant matins .tUvn In Uie m' of II d seals. Cross IJv3.rwve of tlid tt'O and mores ,'.Vtl with Uito tw National Association promoto Tuberniiuls Lay In ,t!ntr re rtpnjt.lv j oomnwrttlci". Willi Inal year ovor M,0 o'.iuixb ojlnod tills occasion, It Is aji-v.tthis J'vtr thit UiU numb r wU 19 doabled. iM ll'l'in of nl'cuUns inl other fjrms of f.Wi-tur- c will bo distributed. The support w4'l bo of avory rel'slos akod for. Tiliat tubarcujosls is a srtoj jnvblMi amotur ohuroli oonsrrciationis I wVUi-c.'- d by tttatMlM w,h!uli ti'u Ni'An.xt gatheneil tLat year, wlilc'i Q'nt. of all tUv-- 'i allow Uwt 10 n u.rs iaufl hv anunt; ii'iuivh m lub-Tj tuUvjuVU. Baa fl in them llor.ir-- ; mwia'lty (UiV'd of tJio .uii'I o:i llur au, ovitrr U.vju of the In .oommunktuits in ohurq'iut ilia UriVsl s;.i.tru ll3 of tiviutyjrouiVx's evety ym- -. ThU f'suro iwjnw Hi 'l Uiu l a'.li rate of 100 Hr it.w) In III.- - U ;! it nit Ion Ana oo:H-'- ' r.s w!in a. a mn.it'-to a J I'.hinn'i of f.U'tf tlid r.iio wuM jiroUj.b"y o s with m n and uus ortelria,iljr no. Now York, K'Vt. A "My, hut Uw uomui H jv.Yjivi d b vxuiw a vinic iniindh," wti h 5 nwliy an .ImniVTRiMui "f 1 AJ v' ' ( C)nvcito fr Mirh? SWlvlnik onl lirr "i c'j Unm, Kilin, nlti", Juiib, ot ii, vi.l rf. Airm(l, flv, tltnowIi tfao lar?. Tu-liHe ntvl o'Jiot of flcfu m h i JuyiiM a ftnlu Mns iwhin of w Ju Jlw ' ' '' f 'd a i 8 DAYS MORE Of Our Opening Sale. 11 mnvwl i .tli'tn iIbciIj- - '! (.Viri.-rtti'a.- -' urjt I the wmiiimi riiiI, luillMiil, Jasaf, ti fiirnvr if H urn, l'.i'imie, ilti Hiliem'a, iljrm'n3)! j1 li'. fortun1 lti Mio new to Ily bard work and tliey tl- mUv !in,t Jilni on IiIm w.iy and iator lwvi.nl frflrni Win .to Colotmlo, w'.i iv h" s.ild lie Jiad a nil fnj'.t farini. nml A y --ar aiw hU fi'Actt n ai? Wi" ni'Vahor ileotilrtl to follow. Ily li? nwmtiil, the mAlfr wvcrytjiiir nuwy with wioh h!i bw'it urjioy. otiiuitli jt ,tilw une plve an I tho To make doubly Uttla 0o.nc, tntiljixl tle 2: n' Bemum ito HreniCTi, carrying- llmlr llttl buriilVs iof ii'iotivni. It Tit 13 tlvui ten "ni a ilay fioil ami .tlicy Mtipt in tlii flelU. tt hvh ;i JiiouUiV-- Jjoumey to KrenvMi and th tlione they ejisisred ;i.-ic- j (n .steioinajfo of (the ste'imr NricKar aid XYjvo yeir ,o, hrj j n'r irl. sj'f-denl- al I Saturday, the 14th, Will be the last day for this great reduction in prices. Now is your opportunity to buy good merchandise for less than you have been paying. i hJ fr Tiitnliy iti'w imotlii-- r :icl anl ti' l .i r story while lvo off!iN i)nauXol toi so- - If Mio f.imi'ly a couhl Und. New Goods Coming in Every Day ! j w-- SimtJiiw. It Vkey not iloll(vl to Mm.t thv inb It nt r. ji'i in we,r al'jowlal rilnrtrew iind Ww motli r ,liai a few prnts f.Lro lie-ai- Uy htnino to r tritn r to Dnvi:?r, near where tliu fa"i"r from. win 'iLst Illuming up nml ilown tlrrs, h i Ins and bsvUns "V"r maMns l"d. w I not maUo a woman lifviltliy or b'M il- ful. Slio must tot out of doors, u-i-lt r. liiU-lio- HORSE BRANCH. A.iuu-x- t "7. Xlilitss ar nleey at this wiltln? been a od doll o i'le a nitlo or two eviery day anl take Ci ir 'jist tew wvefc. bernln'3 Tab'fis to (nviiruvs hor I'ij tl Mr. Joj Stoward who lin bine and rsiilite Jv.t bow. For to his bd for iDmalnis, Is able by all daaex.". to Jjo up aitn. AV iioiu to 'e Jilm Central Grove. out um as Jw ver" inuili inKsod by his many Irinexls. Aus. 2S. Scho-- i at this p'aao H I.jIi:; Mr. Jamca Sandarfur, ni.tr Walnut taught by Mr. CUrnie Allen ot U'f.ln. Sb Givive Ls In a BirloiW ponlltlon. Mr. O. O. YVUlams, ot this phv bej-u- i his ut Stony Point, Moa-dalus u fai,bunUe on Jier hide but Is : Iiontod to to bi ome b.itt,cr ".O'iy. Mr. ami Mr. .In!iij!e AinoH of Mils Mrs. Worth A.shby. uft"r a dJn? l'l- place liave sons to Ow"n.-.horIs llmprovJrff. today in business. Mr. and Mrs. Cliirinc honey, of O'.v- u .sis of rA!a'Jj MLss Mamie lluii pt ,Klrkwod iSprni."? enboro. were luie Iris die n tlio sucst ot Owr qulm iMr. r from unltl Tu adty. VS. LEze,il tlie past week. .Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Wl'l!a.ms, Of pent Monday and Mr. Juiies Wlttslcy sinil timl j- - iof Ok Gray.svlfe. Tenn.. Tuoiday with r.Vu.tlve,s hore. hunui arc M siting TCliiit.tv(rs lne,re. Mrj. A. J. Wfllams anJ Mr.s. Vcrnie Gnowidar Is visiting jiyln- fn. Master DouirVis. of Hartford. vdilUd Mr. AVll- 'I'.ves t Ceateirtown this nvewk. Mra. A'lvu Davis has roturnqd from lam's sister, Mrs. W. I. lnsiqUart Tucs day. Jier H'liltliii' ins OliaiiidB and Ca-dDavis of 1ouUvfla. i Mlsss Kate and Lois Fulk"rson. of Mr. Balw KajUind and wife Jiaw re Paluooih, are Kiicwts of Mlis I.ouiu Milturned from vlslUns Air. and Mis. iMuse ler and other r,;(n.ttvas hVie. It annuel of I'i.isti,-"W- , Llttlo Miss Susie H?Be Carson, of Ky., as .Mr. ,Mose liauwl Is iln u anions conlltloii jwlth Owenaboro, pent pa't iof ?ast iwqek wll her aunt, Mrn. Jamas Iiowe. a cancar. Mr. James l'agie and Xatnl',y, of prlnne Itov. V. H. Jenkins of Central Glty .leMui- i)Ut m: In? n'on tliore liu .In i S. ROSENBLATT Next Door to Baoik of Hartford, uoti-flue- im-U- i- HARTFORD. , 0LAT0N. most .ilvancd srtmlnary. Wlttmut (them e Is ronipl . no sir's tduo.itlon ;. .Mr Aa u Coyp, M!Io-- . Au Is a Mnv Ust uf tUiws Ui,at evry alrl ani, ,, (,will.n l;,tM w?re ! wv, oJ) In u land mIkmiM know, nwirdl-.- M 1uJlu. M,iU,lxy il;frn'.ii. her lWlon In ,Ilf i;.jB alv ,Mayb-i- l Crawford, of jh know that 20 nlckV of Mlsstvt were She .should M:iym'; ami Ul?UUiU) Oooksey, .Situr- muke a do'Ur. Slw hhould knew how U arrantre d ly an-- Sund-iy-. j Mrs. G.ancvt W. lta.'. McGiwly Crel;, cvory room in Uie lvus ttytn "No" ieturncd McnLiy nfteni-xHliioubl know luiw to ffiy S!ie to'llewy, Ky., where lio Uul at the Uck moan it or "Yes" and nbiLiIdo of Jier winter, Mrs. Jluniji M ui- jlti (jneo AYolniDwlivy. on butSle fthou'd know J.(W to Mrs. Tom U. Unnta left Sumliy tons, dim Uocklnss and ynend ors. to oook anil nlsht far -r home In Ijoyincixnl. nfVr She should know how the KU"st tf Mm. I. a ffiidjijs sorw; a Komi, wlinlnsJino dinner. tujtlat. und Mrs. for l AlfJi, Mrs. know how to dreis Slifl riiou'd wnt via llfior as w,U as for M. Ha'.l. Mrs. find oomfoit, li:nltli Dam to spiuid AUm lay Willi (her mother, nnwfararwie. T,hoi on tlw lck list are; John It. Mint tight 'ac-In- s Know tSiko bIiouVI , W. It. John-atobut that Ilnunar, Artthur liab-yls not only unooinely l Itajey, MlfS Youn, It is Injurious to hcnltlu Mrs. A,bblo I'atterim Htaivcns. S)!w shou'd know tlrat maic, dnwln-ntjr-talMr. and Mrs. WiJiajn Oyer and glinting aro roil aecomp'tst-nvnttut IJioIr" foTowlriff mi't tiw d In ithio ihomw, and ano not ,to U) (lurintr tho (then; bo tlmo and money tor himo In Croscini lit U-ll-r- neyi-llio KY. U) ! B V. T. y. iWt Jlr. Add Criv-tlrK- wwl Mrs. ni, ..,r,i, Yfiunif. Tiro Ladles' of Olaton IlajtJt ie j i s i 1 J fx-v- ohurJi met at tlie homo of C tW. dlnm-, ThurxLiy (Ui. at Wlon'H l.V-anl siit .Mim. llruiv-i- m'iH" a dltuix. Mr. C. II. Lyons koVilovl Sium of t!i Uiptilst Jitkvt Al 1. AftT tlio f tUvltlivs lvid m)yl, Mr. Ilrunor taiiUl fur Otoa t)i a serenade Jkirty of 21 ptipk (ulwl on r e his o'd f.irm wuron. TJie tarity was oomi'w-- l of C. W. , ix- llt Givs (jueht of Mr. and Ky., Is .1'ie Ja,ni3s MllU-- r tills w,etk. Mrs. ton, 1ml., visited Abe family of Mr. W. P. Gotf from Fjnda,y until Monday. Mr. Lum Urowin, of Waxalnuhle, To?:, n, K-tl- Protected Against Cats. 'When doors arejargcr than the sizes mentioned sparrows are apt to Inhabit The grcia,tes.t of Rajn's SpettaiCuVir them. Blue birds are among the most Iiiowofka rn'Atyd "Oil Mexico" will be desirable teuants and they have been known to utillzo as houses tin cans, tliu ililf nls'it (ittitr,iitlon art the iitate l'"a;r this ynxr. It n old shoes, large funnels, or any other qionabjy tihe nieist jroiwious aiwl.spepta. receptacle that Is nailed securely to a post or wall. of uajar arrangement and assc,inb.Va? tlroworks d,splayl that tlie Orea,t ,K"ii-tuok- Spectacular Performances Promised. y un-q- u Never use a roller Immediately after a heavy rain. Hut it should be used as soon us tho surface becomes dry enough to pulverize easily without packing tightly. Tho roller should be used In dry Heahons following the harrow to keep tho moisture Tn the soil. Of coutso It is not possible to use the roller to any extent after plants are woll up but It can always lu used to great ndvantago In the preparation of tho seed bed. Very often ono rolling will not mash all the clods anil if the ground is particularly rough it Rhould bo harrowed and rolled and harrowed again until the boll Is tlioiougbly pulverized. Staking Tomatoes. This In a comparatively new practice, but it is woiklug out tine, and wven market gardencis are adopting It on a large scale. Up to recently its chief uso was by vitiligo peoplo In their small backyard gardans, but Is now used by growers who are supplying it No. t trado. Its advantages nro that inure tomato plants can bo grown on a givon area; they can ho started curlier because they can be easily protected in case of a danger from frost and thut more and better tomatoes can bo grown, on the plants. Problem. Cement will solve tho fence-pos- t problem for those who have a grav--o- l pit nearby. It would almost soom that with concroto posts and woven wire a fence could be built that would be as permanent as the farm Itself. Fence-Pos- t -- How to Use Feed Roller. Iii,ln has yet Hlmun nnd "Old iMeioo" wj'4 be Jn 'tho United Wtates for the flnst .time at the Keivtueky State r'.iir. Hundreds of uin ami iwotiiion aro ',n(loyl .to iidd to tlwj KevUL'Uar Irafora the main jwrt of the fireworks linens. T,lio ieone is jn Oil MeiUo .befoi-- ithe Mfli;un War. It U In foatii hi" iiiiyl tlw 'llPUjiee, attlrcid (T.iili wlora, .play jiamfvs an1 t,helr national (sponta, duivi'ins itfin'is, riowier xlrli, bujl flshtein and aj !k other cuy.ir rJiar.uiU.-iof 0;d Mexltyt are In ulr.-- foi Wlnfla'nl eSuiit, IfiKiund, when (Juuori lu'wIiiiK the Amoiiicaii ar,iuos, a.dTiaees. '11U9 firuwrks djs.;lay ilaser:xtlo of the llnttje, ,tho Jtnavy varviqn.iiflnir In t'i'J , lUittiiioc-othv thunder and JltflKtnliiKixf jh'S iijimwi,ts, tho jiiiniiu of tin- - itizns, Mi9 bumi'ilLB uf hej and (jho bqtiiUUHlnien, wlmls u;j with pna ffnind tho rhartfe. In jhofic-eof uwful ljiro when the Aiikm lean wcuda tho wiiUHmjulipant. OJJ tJ'ory on Uio lunxivii't'. 3hl is ,i deanin.iirtu'iii (ind soriftous illspUy . intl. uf -- . .......,.T. flhllll. f'r..i.nlllu t.iilll.l.t m i .iiiu wtw ami nujiiujriuj ui nsrea.Lioun IiyuUHilui,lo art. Anions tt,hu iiintahle w1ki lit'itunea wiilt bo Imriiul in flit-- , nut- - ot wliinni bo roiillly by imWIwim ,Ut J.ouls. 1jW-ro Qove,Uifr J.ia Ii. Uil W. II. lUVIini.iii, J. W. ,Now-inaCoiimil.vipner of (Mayor V. O. Ho.kI, llononiblo ilnry It. Watt.-win- , Jt. W, Kii'itt, Cluts. Ii. N'unia und It. jW". puryru, s and Mr. John Brown, of PaiwUv, Ky., visittfd the fanil'y of Mr. L. II. Jjon?y nieently. Mls KuUi Tlohenor .lifts rt,urn-- fpom Pleasant lildge where Hho spent two weeks with Miss Gfiyle Tlebqnor. Jllas Myrtlo Park la Bj,ndj!i; tills week In iMuh'enburiih county (tlio guest of hor cousin, Mrs. P. Jonas. Mrs. D. M. Park spent u week at I.oulsIlle the jfu-- st of hir sister, Mrs. IiJ'a Parborry. M.r. and Mrs. Georso Hrunton and Httlo daughter, A'la Manjorlo Su,nUy from Uosivor Imn wli-hid bot-vlW.ns tho family of Mr. O. ,P. Hrunton for Ww pii-- t tw o w eks. Mm. Hubert Ward and uhidrr-of near visited M.ra. .VrUiur Tue.sdiy. Mrs. Aula Park Yotms l;v--s sono to Piedmont, A'a ..and Mllss Sidle Jloeker left Sunday tor Jtackpiont, Jnd., wiliore thoy wjll be tintuwed anln ilii millinery. A lir.ty was ghvn si.t ,Mr. &l. G. Sn"lf.s last Hitunltiy fX$& in (ipnor of of MK-VKatlo and Lois i tti-'-n CMiU-rtowri- Iyii j a ni nv;-loote- tlholr u,se. w : Jlra-Vilip- ly IVidii'-ali- . ... yv.,.,,.. lnv.e iut wltl Uiat hfis iittid,cd tlv tlio uo of Ch.unberlaln'H (CoUi-,- . riipleru and UUrrliom IttVnitoily, T.lio ratn.irkabV hV'li it dlarnlivm curias of ollo and It Jias oftVd In nVnost every iityts'i- honliool luio tiUi'ii it u MJu nvU('.a- J'law, If ojiy, mJdk-lnep- , twr Mtib, Know. Utw What Educated Girls Should wliuvUlon und useful o,cy:omjHiilomiits alio ant to lo ,'Wu-ano owoiiurtlsUmeiiits th-i- t ono no'jl not uttend to'leso it) harn, and yot .tllwy art) as valnab'o mid a u,'Kipffi tus tuiyfiifig taught In tho, ICcii'iui-kl.jji- J In tluvw d.iiTi nf for jslrls juiw e,iy hVaher sUnpte n, AiWilt-ufitur- AVat-twau- n, HP r Mrs. Grvn and tlio rMJln-n- , Slie shouM "A r'.aoe for tlie old Jessie, AlyiitV, Mary, Ctru nnd Mik-g- l May; .Mrs. AusJJn and mn, and weryfi(nx In Its plioe." She 'Kuld know that it Is tine bot of Itiookpont, Ky.; Mont Vrt"lo for Jit not to have anything jo do anil Xour uhlUren, l.na, tMxvo iatcn-jfrut; nn-of McGnidy fxuns and with ill so'uto or . Henry It nml and two iSho tJiou'd know that tlw mofo a'io ami IXuioey of KrJjvii'anil. Mm. Llliynn IXmlti and 1114,0 hon, nviro "liJ JUies wlf.li.ln her Irumme ll. wllf und (tho far.tlior M'lo wjfc s'J Master Kvnnc-lttho H).tiA.i3 will IAilr at liOUlii.;i. awsiy from povoiity. bi Mp. K. II. Stiv,iins, VcVdlo iMrs. Slio iUou'ji know that It Is rcsard habits und niorajs ami not ,mon y Uhmiitey und son, ' Kftniuiy, of iiltt'Io lbvAk, Ar,k.i,'i.-is-, In mlioo'JnK Jitr und lUinoml I'i,r,ils, Sho xlioiud know how to dnvM iWt'ilnlof LiulsvllUuro uits of llev. and ,M. her Ineomo ;unl 'to wear a pn"ihio tlr .u Mrs. llko u iu"cn. i John Miller, wife and four filill.tr.'n, Slw luubl know 1'iow to unhntoi ov-- r Mrs. Hirriett Mr.s. I. N. Punl", oppirit.uiC.ty for r'svllnft, ml iow U C'aiulo I'Vinlo, and Cortes J'.iytoni, f se1.,ot tiutti bnoks m w'i plvoier tho HnInlliVmdj Kiinda llayiton and MNs Wltyni PjjiUwi, oX ptktiyi, woa bujsLs nvsit tuvful uiul pnatiU'fil InftMvii-i'f.w- i In order to inako tho irr''pi in of A. I.io llattervn and famt'.y Sunday. enrjt.r as woli ns later liioiio aj! AlUs Virnu ,Kll;rt luifl Ife. Ailtn, Olaton; Clint St. U.iilr, ,ind (Ciylo ,lur comljlmis all tKrf I took, .wiHTfi fjniHts of A Klrl Monnue, wiltih Ji;r peular wiool idum-lo- n Itiy and B'lu Cununlivr, inifi- - (McGaii-iWilli t wolH iviuJirird , fjor nl"jnoit Greek, Sunday.. , any os,i4r)u In llfo. ivUimtual d- -. M. KirxlH, OJaton; jWi" Itov. l' kof-j- i velrpment ihou"M juw ,wlth h"r Uil'ty, Itaslno; G. S. Mux Joy. Shrove; Mr ulfe iwl'i.w. A. Atoxley, I'jilcy. MLsk; Mns lijttlo imomta.1 ' lia a faluno umior any fnditlofi'-iNatjuihfi New Itiymns; J,nsslo i Oti Cookhey aid Mrs. lUooks-yYrk Aancxi .in. Mr. anJ Mrs. John M. Ktons, iOaton, weno KUnsts of Mrs. M('iiii (linjl an I Wijhart K. 1(0,(1 Monday. Mrs. Koitu Youiitf and siliimreii, K'ltll-looTot Infa&ts and CUUrM. niul .Gapiu.U iMuy, iyrdJ-lbs KM Ym Havt Always Iwchl Ky.. ptssid Hiriurh lpr frt'ljv ji on .routo to ltUn Itoek to vUt Bears the l N. luvlrum tuid S. K. Yoiunif Wgoatoro of daya ottor mliWi Un-- wi( bo lo Cu- - know ho,w to Uvie to ru. lv.iL-ke- Ia, le, Cr-i-k- r, in-n- Itrunrir, Monl"b'J') mid WJIlim Ivate, Itobirt MoUinlels, Jolm It. Braner, Mr-.- . Alliw Chrysta ntvl llyron HbTimiun, Kziklet Jstearntui, Ida A:ton,, Uix-lAottui, .Mpj. Geo. V. ,UihM', Jvenn-dl)ld Ljons, Mrs. UhsUr Danil, MJss U. Lyons, Nina, l,uvi u and Wiifim Thomas Lyons, .Vllco Murphy, Mar- - UU ion DanN, Cant us U. II- nn. Mr. CibJn SUno, wifj niyl obifdnwi, I'illx .uvl i, if iirjo fcuaate of John M. Stone atil dim, 11 ijs.'wooI. Mr. Stono will jmne to Jlantforgil An t:m near futuno. M.1M. (ll.uss.'nck IMwarls will nvilui her future ihonie Uiere. iM-,I.'l'l.i PaitUrtn, of GvwyivJlle Li i'jaltliJlr. and Atrs. J.:thl I) ml, Is. Mr. W. A. Mox'ey wvnl to Coniti'U Clity MvnLiy on biwlni-w- . t. Mitho-Vbi- t Tlw JYttiteram Is inoxr-In- tf Ohri.sta Hdn,i t h li-.Ituss-iViil'Ja h - Ilninr, Aim. ilrs. W. II. MoUinKt s, HriHi-'.-- , (Q3in;lc.ton. . h aV-oi- Important Notice to Subscribers. Tho ItrjiublU-nluis rueolved natluo from Uuj Third, Assistant Postuvistor Croner.U calllntr pur attention to tho posUU w((vtloii Jn rixg-ato '''in offee,t tliat jio papers can ho wjivt through tho lna'l as ,eoiid-cUs- s b-- , I - l-- ' matter to wibsnilwrs moro than ono jt-n- r wlio aro l"t ftli'l nf)r-ma,til- d llf dilanent, Vv , CASTOR I A m (Z.tfdttu nav-ra- In amours. "dUU itwiui,s tl ut wu must collect tho suhiirljiVjoivs or dlsfoiwitlniio ithe iapur. W Is nut a question of 'wo aro wllllns to extend creiJlt to our aubsonlbers or not. Wo must comply with tho postal tlwroforo can not cxfuid crfllt for mono tlion ono yo-ino uutUr wilat ilalr flnauolal aUuid-Inmay bo. , Statenienta aro belni; scutf to ul ono ytar or moro in amitis and wo hiw (they wUl rivike prompt roiultUiuco. Unloss this la ilo no wo must faiko Uiolr names off our ILst. SUyliitf Uio mn-irdoca not in any way rcleaso tlio subaurllkers from of back duca, Uieneforo Jt you do not want us to wvitluuo nonil-In- jf yuu' Tho UiublVtUi romlt .wluit Is auvudy duo and wo will utop, tho C s PWior.