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The Hartford republican: September 13, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912091301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: September 13, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Qlfyt Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV. U. S. PLANS GOOD . Wattfotb M&pnblkari DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 9 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1912. ways will nuunufy ilcW.on urd, fur the itimu liilntf tli"1 truttor f mnk Jin nan ,h" ixTiiiltiti'il to takj cn.rr of ttwlf. It tft InuMryur, of cmir-si1t ml r the ntitiitiixliIJi'. but t)in Is inV. ti'to t in of first Importance. W'v mut hiI'iw tho farmer atil tlw jhat oun nopiuc tlio vil of tjifr riFiopT'.y and th"-i- r bushi'w by incnng (if KIA riul uiiil till wo miiait do wlicro t'1'' way, a In tlij farmer Hcj. f, t wl',1 ilcrmop, Irtit U 13 ffnnrnl iuip'intnnt tlw't ' rould It'll C right i,i. We must ba onsrmi'ilxo nnd rfirtful mid the public mut nat ' cAptctt t1' much for (.lie Government inujil fffi;y 111 I?1- FISHER LEANING TOWARD COLONEL BEST SELLER School SO, Jioui 'nst fUtUtrlay ntis!;t tnu hijrlijy onyiyol and a ' iA.Uif., Jiargn COW BOY ROADSJN STATE Will Write Gov. McCreary Soon. INHE WORLD Secretary of Interior Said Over Three Million Bibles to be Progressive. Sold. Has Gone to Haiwaii and Will Printed in Many Languages And Not Return in Time to Make Speeches. crowil wn present. planter Itoy Uurton ithe IfMlo son Df Mr. nml Mrg. Doc Huntpn'Ia iiek. ilr. Hume pQjrjon, O'ion, (iraj in our niMt lost Thursday. ' Sir. C'l'o Sn.'l of iJownij Oryin in vWtinjr frendji and rctlpttlvcg of tiilp ' pjace. I HERBALIST Charley White-Moo- n Meets: Tragic Death. Spoke Once After His Fall Which Followed Stroke of plexy. ' To Greet Progressives. law Provides Also For Aid By Local People If They Desire. Distributed in Foreign Land. ' - A rwu". cost $EfiW,Uf)l to duplicate IJw ei Eastern KenfjUcky In i&amlnz with Bro, IVdemC G.v. K'nB roul mileage in fjio United .Sfcites 'ho Sept., Washington, resSvipm, and nowhere is It ulronpr .to inilnnpi rure ptxnU. Sept ( IulsvlUe, ' Ky.( W. Siit. 6. Disaffection In AVlicn the Amerjcnn lUbJe Society n than In Pike County wilwro .farrnar crnmtiit will fcxin imdvrjike, wl'.li tho ami itl W. Bunco, better known cost i7r,mw,W W'Mild as ChV-U- o ft ymr I'roMbimt Tuft's Cabinet oor ftlie (third New Vork City 8nt wt wonl t"" other of lunvil luiWifUtMcK. u uniof tilie Uepub'iloan patt'jy are amonj White-Moothe wxwboy Jipnvt movement an J ltoisjvn). Js t'ie liiy'that U tu fhlppinK "seven tons of Uie (leader of the In nyv' 1uHI.ik hi .Ken- mWyto p"OU!iJiriUc fjhe cx(i""r rood party que nw ifirty. ;o atcs)t starring development. In UiJj ' It to'd but n JiaJf truth, in Real on the stairs at Mi fell tucky. This p.iHrliiifiitiii wrk i(s "iivido wlfi wufrjii'; ir.t. So T' was in PikevilJe, in a Iwuse yot list'' It adJolrUnghis house, InHlhlc liy u jirovl'iiwi Ju Uio 1'ivi'of-tV.- v that, o'HJiivukIi iji Fedeiut povernlnsnt' a story 1 in circu'jitlon that Seetvtary ity U was fthlPirinK nearer twelve tons aindlng, ti'iat the martrjiad President mJnUlcne 3731 mjltflit bi extrvinely gemfXH.". '" 'tfma'of the Interior Walter Fisher lias .litrti In 1J1I4 priprtycu'lir and West Broadway, at 9:30 consignment, Ar!nvrliui IHJl liMi im4iI Hi e QafflclU was, sworn ln 0,9 a 3risa,dler tftate and counties mufit ilo 'flheir inxa,'t.l on t'ie horns of f,he Bull Mooi - ' Uiis (s iwt considered an exi'aordlnary1 o'clock npiay, .and died noout five minCoiyjrc&" lit Uio t t!io rtKTJit ih General in tjie QivJl War, aid pikwll't utes later. It is thought that he w;is (woiilfl (live oxp-mVnro or ti'io nh vwd that Sicratiary Klglier had acihlcivement. TJiiere Ls In tjio .window citizens iwl'l silve Ills aon a rpiuslny "ion weUJnx ihlilo P.WM to Jo dazed by the heat nd that In attempt, oft to niKirJ for ptuffij-icjd by Uio It,w.f.veijt leaning" broke out flnt in of tlio Pt.b'ie house a fucsijmjle of a boat if Auricu'ivire, in no money Ocn. SicDqwcKl ig a tormor lng to climb the gtalrs 04 a I ' n with the I'olnrukter Hon-ra- !, else but road." official doclety and cam? to the. Hint vuTitl twenty tons of UJbles up Democrat and made an address 'at ,Uio wag his 'custom, ho experiencedgulop, tho lYanjrtaO rlwr, ZW mlle from Uie a vrush fche co!(U'.oji of (niiini ln of a prominent Ailinnl;,riHijjoii oirs "In Progressive contention in OIilcasio.1 China sea. of bjood to tiio head, .wihcph caused him 'Goods Arriving. Sir. Klatur J mil iiiot ,' ruili to ! yVtvtwl ly (jliitin over whith to ioso consciousness and ".toppTe backany (jravo aot of liGHtyt to '.ho TJi society long nao pn.?od tjie milur nny hertiiftr be, rural Ulivtry .TMie full niiJ winter tliftt Jiave Notice. ' Biblpp a yvr record, nnd the ship-Pi- n ward. Dr. PVrt, onJlunl In, ' m.iIiHK'ud." I. been boijsJit by, the ineru'vinW Admlnhtwjon and couVln't very wril lion Tlio - Itartford aiaglstertal District A. said death resulted from apoplexy. doo of the buTVUiiB nt Ave for 4il3 lepintusi towar.1 of Seonitiry who hive lic--11 ".U'tliiif nltli the npiirowil liunieil o mukt or.! arniiuw uue niifl KjtrhitJi Script wIV before Ions S. of K. will moot at Cluipmin Sohool Tho n.?Wg of ijhe accident l?pr9,4 l(U;y alt)l nrv h ,w pllt , WH'onnnd I'oiiMiHtvrtlciuJ-iillliJiiM',,Hie tro?roivo I)-ilv title of "TJie Door of a Mil- house Saturday. SHt. 2Ht, at 10 o:Iojl quickly over tU neighlonhond, ancl row liould be kii".kl tip W. I'.iifii, illmijir of t.ho Offleo Uwy my In r ady for t!e wihon the HesidcM, if a a. m. This Is an important maititer. Sew w'thin a half hour hundreds of of IVlt!ijail(Mut of th- - Junitiii"iit i'f wieniVr about it and Mr. Ilnluir liauid ov r lion Jlableg," for the output of the fa a UHJe coijerj Tlhe lor the yi nr endj,ns Ajirlj 1, lul.' to iit tlia your plocal Is roprcsontiqil. had gathervd at tho n3sCjlonico to lji Ax iioulturp, lrtad luu In im to .have IniuIi' vry arxtfy j.(ib the vnai ami thro'ipon h1ou1 rvyln, G. P. JON.K3, Oli'm'n. , c express th'-J(ond. sorrow at Ills )ie M't '! P'u fur tliat would bj a worae k'ltl'.e of flh :vmountxl to 3,231,732 volumes. Uij of j liMny Jiiajlf.. BYHON BEAN Sec. A" "of tlicse lVlbles wero not pnt out A'Ji durjng (ho day lsltors rpilcd it tJitm evir. IJ1 umlKnly .hi? lMi'y v,lilih the tcpeo to express Uicr porrow OVT fU'int Mr. of .thb) one 'door. Illie ercUty prjnfs jii A J' tlio jain? It ii nntJuenlVe tliat uicntuaiy control u Tw-t pocl,?o the deatli of White-iMooSOUTHERN METHODIST Koh'hst hnj liad ni-urswt liu'nes vanious il,an'ls, 03 wwi'J ai in varioui KILLS HIS FATHER were kept at the Ooom .In t lfinunsci. Miany of i;,1io lllblcs onan'yi-t'-'- d In ,tha flnst pjjee t,,e Offle In Haw.i. It I.t fuld iie wmiI yi front, of tjie house, wilille Hiacrpta.' y In .pla ore prln'.cfl and Jxounid !n Hivuls wlJl "li'ltlV" V" l,,i fo laid th it when he not 'o S.111 t.'it'- - In TO HOLD CONFERENCE!',: TO SAVE MOTHER Cottnor remained tho entile day in .tho Ui ratuvbco ho broko over iho IfW Wwt the cwin,try wltere thcy are ito le nUnit $.',(i for iiiibn, reMnn-im- t s I'hii'jlprJno PUbl.s are printed answering and future iiuilntenaiuu in cfu'Ji S".a.S". Xi Is relie.i ;o carrying of Anii"rtms Mrs.' Bunco wag prs-traitVilsitors- CjmJilc ivu'li ItHiwtil on In Jaian: but 'J''e "BUnVs eolnp to and tho nixlnl-'inl?iU'Vl hat lW) will jiral Inrl;n are pr,in,ted nnd Yonth Fatally Wounds and Dr. Fort, who ot)tend,ed for, Parent ;mil lvid to pay a About 200 Minister to Atterd Am rUkin Stute to pat hi fa'.'jiiiH ivmil,!-!'- ! bound thro. To bo exaci. l,a,C3 refuflied to allow her to spo tlie stream nKul.-.-, IerJiujw two jxi y ii;ro,ri) for dolns Jt. or fine Him And Bishops McCoy Will where prin;tel hero and illltrtbuteil - When He Descovers of people who called nt Uio trpye. one rtinil delivery ivail pn:i"rl II 3 w.'Jl 1m jron? for simo weeks, will" Ti Uiiimupili til ts Ooiir. Words of ; consolation werti received; hW.Ii ba,uk u.atU uot inoutiti and dunin? ti'i ilvt bo uxperlm-'Ubi- l tint sot w'I routes to About to Shoot Mate. Probably Preside. . from prpple Jn all wa.lks to,f Jll'e. n 1315 bo fo For ts approaohlng (centenary whvn ho doas J10 fjsHt bJ n!litd by the liral iiuHioilJivs expcpit y wve 10 W10 eooicty confi,d,anitly A lnXlr WlU bo ?eiit to lJiv, niar ovir that It will be jjoo jafo Frank Cottner, "Mr. Hunw'a hM-txr- y rewind ,Uo t of ldOpM.WO Bibles. do much in tho way of ibtj.ns Jnfoi nilnj; him th.ijt ,sald iiis wnp'oyer vnnt"in (Jirpu,j?i miie recording 8efirel,aiy fif t)ho .Palntgviile, Ky., ieFt. Ky., S it. Plok- - his office, and greeted Irfem ,w(rjl' a .lill!kiiiliV oomientctl anl jmlufivr fcum, urobali.y U,0uu liiun;d'm,.; t', iu Iltmrj- - 'Otis Dwtaht, wns a busy leiseliror, a prominent farmer was shot Qliecry't Ken- - to TOl.k up t0 rtle numrncrji' bench anil able for .ho jmiirovciiient of pott itxiIs mls lUl over no wngtoni, eood morning, and fcroca&ji man (whcn oskeil abaut tl'vwe lucky, incittdlni; Uulmin, wo Jcjrin- - piySge ;;iomse.'eg 5.0 ten ov,?in and kli;d by Ms son Oartc Plck'oslolmer to aspje,nd ))" ''' In Kentucky, "ndr tjijH irw lmisli the stairs. As 'He npfirod .. 1 I... ... 10 ijuk iorxini n .1.- - innu .vu toiig of nibleg. Tihej-was oiqws from at Jijs Ii(qmo t,n" Volga eariVfJniP morning the ijjop of t1"3 B,vird fal'Ii. lapla - be tion. and it bi cxpoiitqd mIul' lihe UmWWuo tymforenco atr i."i.,,icr i,t.foro hjs appo'lntmcnt ito Corm and Coney Island .to toe nittcnded I(t ilg said t'-- i' h3 itroubio for nime stumbled and fe.U ibaokiward. Hie rollvl ornor. utt.J .oiisiavttl.ui ,wi,Ui Wio hu'i- - niwiyna of tlve I JTtur ",t 31or tlw iviblnt.t, ilia,d a wldo nMiutiijUW f,,r to by htm.fnomGlbnaTtnr and Goo,rffi'i; tjme over family mtvttara. lieid 'h way iiuthtrltlcH, bjI m ;hu nmtea llwU V1U o tfie hoitom of 1U10 aUrs, jvtere ilu A'jwnjvt ! tfe proKrtv',lv,i.Mm in Chicago unl JJa Juonio from Intuit WuiftleV'" New translation .Mrs. PtcKlasainncr, the jboy's imo'ihtr lay moanlngj sI,t" 2V30 Iflnol. I' to b' trt'itinl mill notify (lie dint-toof f iHwfW nnnual anqtinirs 'lll'lf f"1!-- ". of mtnols. lie was p,ut Intp th and rvliAons ,were,'bebiir .made In Span- went ito'.tlie barn ito help milk and her "Lift me up," he annoajd to Mr. the OffUe of Pnli"i' J toads (n tt'u li,-io- u tanmit of ifuiher for th9 interior Department (to sumtid llil- - ish, Portuguese nnd Sirnn"sc, Kurdish, luu.uand italjowed he,r. A quarrel1 ,aiso Cottnero. These were his la-- t worJa Jl"' a,l what ban beui done. nl Zulu; for ftho Peruvian, tiho batweien ithem and Osnic iwho wag U- iMr. Cqfitner raised him to a BltfiiiB 1 ti!w iyltngf-tcnune liod Taml 'Ilnjrcr plan has b'nTiuiw It wvaWK Ttf. cf,(sod 1lhs VbyaslnjAn nnd fllne fTurk. XfW' imqtihlods pstairs in "his moom lieand his mother con o miile at IeSt a blll. ,a t0 etl .Uw momiu, 0f u t"l!",,c" Pf is boHoed vivtt lfwlJ avoUl posture, and could see t,iat Bunce .was ffi ttamuvnjy are for prosrolvcs. Since then lio luus I, not of distribution bins tiiicfl; new aeraam and mry "dont' slioo." the Qovcxiinunt In the of nuk-- l , uru' iVW". tn trying to speak. He cou'd uo,t miit.9 IMxed ..i ...... f -- ... for quicker and more The boy fmmedlato'y Krahbod a 'gjioU a sqund, however, .and ffa b,ody rapU-l- y ' prpjcpjts propoised pniiiUii vtiHikiia r eiTJBiu one of iiir) t fi lt:lvMu,,,,-- , linn illl ". i" "n.w t..- - io','u.a?'i". no miJr la'HW " u,a clH"U i ' aun And when ihe arrived on the eono 1H0 aaa advocated prerrseto ojinlos efficacious pramuLsntlon of the and litcirowMitatius fmun mumli puijuis beicanie rigid. . Diaah endued wgtfiln new .pastures wore ready for tne found Jijs father wjth nveivcr' in a feiw minutes. ""Mil no"Vii!n J;i oharse of a pnsni- - ns rea.nVs Alas-kaand lias bopn pro- li and ,la.ui1n. and old ones weno to he redlvl-ilef- l. the act of a'oatiS her, tt is ajd. Os-rlio taKtn questions " of f crliiK Tho uVjlisrition .Mr. Cottner fad that r. Bunce hut uf Ii!h tawtriMneni.il Uou !i"er Ijhan four yaw Jn . hue- - grpjye on AM (.11090 matteins oal'.i for more lw M"! H WUHB shot JiitUns lite father In tjhe 'tape no .been coniptpnljig, hwtt is of (ho pubjlc domain (rwerajiy. (About four w";,.fwm (oml1jtlUn3.,''M.'J"- - frjlH bennfacitlon li in Ulil8 :ne, but noiv)lia ago lie muda-- neecli in favor or (loss attention at liciad(iuan'ors. of ww,tJ' ,ia I"10 Jiowoverj To Part of fjhe ohanse struck Ils mojiior, OFdtt&on 'that (i(l3 dlzdn,eat relt-V- I iif tho , Uicuivsnlvrs Qiblea were bejng atuipjwd on tho wiho wag alB.liity Injured. ' of the initiative and referendum, a'hat from itjlie heat 'A- phyyiPinn was !ownimeiit money. tlio MUUv mir.t.,v'"r nw ol kcai- - ""' Hfnw r.a,Un; far fho Pro-iU- liocks nf mules and caims, Mtrunidl'l The nj,ured man died in about an by amallur ulmnilteg. ! There imv no pre- s,)c.wi, waa go appropnjito it.wi.i-- tlio turn nllowy-sumnionid, .but Bunco iwas do id ami uroves, but U fell 1C9 a jwrfc .(inkPit over mountains and oairrled p)cnofl3 soas; hour alitor the fhootnff opcurmed. ' elders ' BiVd far cilipnse tlio Govuriunent. when he arrived. o pre nils ovef l,10 ad,nilnU(trat,:on aiwij-'t,halt "t18 'wwis in there wore Bibjea for black peiap'o and Nervshbors croiwd In other worils came to Loui- Clnar;ie WhUe-aioo- n houJl dio Kce,".vl tha luivoantainty brown, yeUow and wililto; thnre jwsre Palnitsvll'o m W'ls and limmediaitciy Shorlff i"te about four years ago, and 'for a ' t'lls Wju,tvitiKton. po'icy of llerul In s mporjeu l may Je mere coincl- - portions of fhe Ulb,lo tilipit soJCd par 2 Hon,ry Ward, And Jailer Vacnihapo (Wn,t time gold medicine from a wpW ioa Slmco then-n- it bulHlnK bo carried out. overy H'ato limo a wsuai. 2S; aftarjiaunBr be ,n"'to i" "n8 Pf Ul denecMr. Flolier lwis baen kep,t qut of cenls antX volumes that fcrouit Pickjaseimer, rcturnini; ptbout treft WIflra ond vacant Iftts. Ho nwm .ici.,m"K b abi to incrcito would there were some to be alvan away an-- i noon nnd lodging him In 'flhe Falnts-vlil- e ways dressod In .the atlire of "a cqw-bog sn nv mu i.m.,Wi i,"i..,-- .i ntnoniiret Ixmitixl Jo iJiunficp .on ac the ..rnnrii.-iibusiness, . IiealtJi " pf Uie ooutiit pf Uhe faJllnjt Mr. Fisher ia not 'the on.'y one of gjmo to bo Hold! inhere were Etjblcs for iiir. it is thus prfnlon of many a! j jLppeartaiisfl' and his picturesque rwjulrtnjf .Iiira to eivo tfio pablnet who Ine'lnes (pronely uor to pnaccs'and prisons; Bibles for fie (Clepr pernons, lie wilt bo cleared. TVio TfVK proM'dcvs Jliat tfie bail nnoiiy WP caused much comment about gjhe PitV eye and for he blnd"fant,io EPldlc and ' the Roosevelt sjde. miy .00 provided ultlwr ly 11 flVi(te tr U1' tJw worlc" ' His .business proaRcrednd a year cr M is n Wilson Tries to Mislead the t a"1!- - peptjain wjiat .llltolicock 1b looked Dn as 11.04 hos. sailor; for tho patar (In tho pulpit b 'the ;uoal buIxUiJoii fclivf." JTMifs so Ipxev he bought a'liart ait 3731 Wst and for tlio chlI In tho fq!1c0V '. tto tP Ilooaivelit. He jg tIvot(nir Broadway, woere .he erected a (bungamoarvi rjiat the money nviB" Ira rai.d by WliP wH IPivMJe qveir $n tufeivn Farmers. luwl annpunpefl Mit '"a" re'iJjilous,' to "the, businesd of the There are more Blb'os for evieiry ant, counties nnd tluit tho .Government mty.M low and separate house,whiiph lie used ays more ways "of gating fjhem, of prinV The American as Pnof. Alison Hbllwp Oollns Denny mq d pnjde, bui Poti'fiico Dep.inynent and dKil wltJi county aU)t''illllB. n'" 3 i'inj his laboratory. He 'began shipping thorn to farmer has never been Bnotpatcd", and verfJse Ms medjlclno ,an,l soon boktup Tho Socrutary of Aiirnluuiturw fuwl the rtntJy iUUliOp di 1'j. Huss lias boon in It a good administration, wil'e ajiipar-ontl- y ing them and of tliejlr destination mar than. lftye. "lias never .needed to bo Protected,"' a bu?inOia of tremendous "propar.t.ons. inUlnjr pMi'lea severely atone. PoMtiuaitUir Oiuiera) nru illnxitcyl l(.v the HUch flfVir lufijUi thait ln'--s pUjvilcIaii.i liqjil any of tjlw Navy Mieyer it "is The three eri,t 'IW'la softicrjics of th and Ills 'grains liave told at prjees rejigi'it to ponrf3 iWitihjii one finvo unlvisiod ,lvini not .(jj oft t" In foreign markers." ,ThOi ProBrltHsh aiifl IloreJn. the aH ias Burong IJ'Ksvelt JjanJuRS. in world-,t- he sir'Vtho number ofmiys of rami m. MVfwic.tvce wvl ihjs will tiqKiIrjaJto Pastors Given Assignment. Aiuerloan and itho Scot.tjiqh-iai- re of tlio uh tic.t, ttldo Iprjius, fessor nhouhl bo caneifuS no,t to iy that friwn Atitornt" proved, tha"oo.st of mine ami Hiinli fi'.h-o- r c1ioji) ln tho Rarbo'uni!io, I Ky., Secrft. . blnilnjr and illstrlUiHjiiK twiinty HyiKs in any farming Community jn t(he West rojiblo Wlckcrlioin, Secretary of er ,blnliKps and i ivw BUm-so- n Miia ln,fonnui.;loii Var as thoj-- may l.ve ti'viift IljHlw.p Junius II. SliiCoy will bo nnd Secretary of AarlcMlure Wi'-so- every minute of the day, ovcry llfiy n Tilve d'cgatlous of farnne,ra who went 40 moats of Meithodjat pastors 'for naxt (ti"otlier wijth miioli utticr MortunfwVl. mint ito j)w Pres.'deni in BXiH"& pmutjc il- tho year, and nUl tfi wo.nid Is cry W.ushlngton to protect a.'jaliist the Oan,a )ear were unnouncvd totiy by BM'Op a a hIuiM eqin wilgo, for I ''reclproclty, a;rocimjnt Thrlokold as follows: or four days lnlor to Uio ly Jio Iiolltlcal liojp from .his cAblnqt. Tlio Ilblle is t'ie djan ins, 'MIore, more!" a ijeneiraj ptjin of luiiHonfil aid l'Vir ,1ihi best solder tho world lias cveir 'known.. dempniratcd beyoud Hisputie that tlie DIHTIt,l(CT. I.OU1SV1UUU tonma! m'xitlni; of he nxxifronco (jho for itjhe imiiTOVOuienit of iwfc iwu! 'u pinlcos New York Sun. OQmll(llteS ivil hy rcciilved tor ("jhojr ha,rdear,ned Dlitjilc,t Superlntendent-- O. T, Jtojraji. ibo in i.l nv.mll. 9 UtfJiillS and tianianaUnn UM." tlw Mlmtn Bird Skaggs Sentenced. wiliKfiit ajvl" 'other produce! s twero often bo tha: Ap'rlnston Cliar's Mitchell. I and ,w ibrlns about, as ww in ik1V0 , Monaantll 'iwifaetlmr datai Ijeiltchfiejd, Ky., Sept. axtfusv abovia ' the I4verpool RED HILL. 'I pr'ces and I alIn roadliKvd for Beaver Dam W.' It. Hun,t. Siwli ookpenaitlCAii ainoiw JJia MVi'irtis ovurythiiv .will bo Sorpt. und iHitmli pf wag convilpted in t'10 GrayisWh iineul in fcM.s vXcin(ty aro ways aboe t'lOfao on t'le Ca,na4ian side BqwUng Oreen T. M. Davis.' Statin is wtlll 'nuru imfornuiion iuul puinvpt f)iv(H.-rn.t,lo' ; ut count 'of brcaklnj; 'into a ntora of tlie line. But Prof. .Wilson say3 .that Biwllns Oroon II. W. Huntsman. tlw iliUfiicwa. o iioliacoo'UirU flno iwoathor. n unid lilialiwuy lUitaliJe 115:0. wjU tbo about two Iiun,lr"d Itealy, '.Uls county, a few momtji rriioi-I Mrs. Mwllo Smith "of llanton, Astted .Is not 'true. No wej1 Unformed fami&r Doer'Ick-WlUla- in Itogau. ntid for pmvldliiK mioivliro- - Ifiiuds and will eo fc'w poMtentiao'i undsr Iier isuxMnts, iMr. and Una. W. ill. Po.tlis would accept IwJvt ba sajis on (jlu.; . ' for uainryilni; out jvIi pliuia ut nriou proachf.m in uttenlance ami Hourly a Birllnaton S. il., Currlur. I Skiaxss lia,a ulrvdy of this o'iace I'Vjday. poIn,t. ' liAjl a 'ipi fesntenco, ml,,jr ' lw'tea 'n visitor " GnailiamJ. II. Kntbry. 8 duiii-- d a aid jf .Mi-t'ctlcntlulu wljl bs wervl tlww terms "In tluj pqnltenttarys WJ1 PmPr iHardJii,butis-i- E. I.. HliQPperd. llzzle Burton ian,d II r. Riqbant to provide th'o wnu or any tw.nt Jbhw-- 1 $" He Is flow forty-eiijyrttn od, and fVihroader, o,t'thla place o(ttt tided, ishq I Rural Caniers Get Raise. .Ujckory Orovw J. "B. Jones of Milwrwjso mluui by'miipri.i.tiioii from lw imi mfntiUvro.iiii in t'' l"03 ioa c u, Jwsl'ltoinj .cjllwfiw Df Moripui- - Iws etveiit half lls Jlfo In ,c,onfinament crctun aupiwr a,t Sulphur 'Springs I IiOltchfueld-- F. h. UimhIi. the (treasury for itlimt muiui0,W Jat Under au,horIty oonforrtd ib ftha In Jl8 tUote prison. Ho 'was rfHTbnM Siturday nlpht. LrtUlsvilVo Trjnilty. Dr. Monroe Tahor. apnroprlafclan jbllj, Pasm-vstfDilator P;wjIowvwI ,to heI.fl5."aVll1u "'V1 bfuly Uio lUt of ojMBnments two years ago by Gov. Cox wiIiHj bo''v-i- '" llu,'m'" lux hL,n v''t "t" The llor-greiMlsses Jlurjel and Iva lfcarr(s, of General HltohQock lias in,oreajnod ,tho's'l Iioulsviliie Epworjth, T. M. Aaderon. Government entering ,upon ptoas ito bu'ld ' A life sejitcntce. lMXPl wo iiuiMiik thld a;uce attended Shnday trunk vrni3"or HVhwinyp.l at;ary of rural route canrlors fiwm ll.V) Uoulsviiuio Wesley, J. W. Cant'lll-l- ' ' for lie ;TjpJnment 'of McAiimU" last Sunday aftornoon. Mvuiion OKculi T. Jt. Obion, to ti,ioo a year, Ion utanylaird nujto,i tfiu I bolliTO," Hid "U i much Smaller. ' texs. i the txmUxmw!' Mr. W. M. Potts and llaualrtr (Mail- - affmitlni.' 20 00u men. Tlia onder rwlll be- n Thomas W,ld, "tlitiit i'w Statos alwul :Mumfondt'lo-I.lo- jd I Ixnitdoji. oau out Ui.T.t' jjlw twlles Bio, atten,dud ihe Home Com;ln,g of Mt. como effaqtive Jjeji.tombar 30. Word lias thefr road,buJ,)(Unir u a "i)uai nrqbly-- i. For Sale. ' ev(v-inerliu,i,s ura t ba siuiUr thly fiill a,vl Vfrnon oUurch last iUtunJay. No ?ro-- k KH Wesley. . Tjie first conslilorn,'jlon Is l'w TJils will1 mean an' tannual riliUursi-mat- tt Mr. Ill BozantJi and ithreo children, Qn,ton W. it. Hanpor. A eww upriajlit, li'jjh urod'O ptano for wiuter tlian tlioy liuvo bom for sevof f I.OOOmO. It H l,he 'Kivvjad adof asTleulturo pnul commtnv. tuo I Cor land. OwrJiithoro D. P. JlaJlsoiaw. Tortus eral years. I'Vir 'ijhis wo ana jUuik-fu- lj Jaimes, Irena uud Osxvw Wlajkor, iilit-o- d vance dn thesaj'aiicisot mural nou te oir-l'oH'coud, the cvirryilnK At ,tlie 'liutlls, an I ailo or .will ' ' I Mrs. Will Aotun last ftuiwiy. (jlio N Held. iruiucuh-- J. hopiiiuj oopt fchenvif Uiat In (jhoInt 'our Jieors. used ivnw lvwlly V af sl9 " ui punrJiiuwr. j the .third, sliaj'J bo rtdUfXYl 'and furthenmoro that AiVw a ono horse Onoomvi' !)?,. (W'aj ts I.lzile ltur.'jon visited Mrs. Bob The iln,creojs provides runa.1 canilors i4eoMft'lv-- S. H. Hunt. ' b j imsvMlcircd, itho npitpw! dnfeny. ' we wpa't nave to xlt behind 'flo n,ucli AiiUmi, "of Sulphur KKrjnvg JaH eitur-Ji- y adeiquate convpoiuailon , iffjp aljujnnal SacnMiiento John Rich. ''if taa StAtos re cnunupaiST' fo ili. on, for ki'e lihtaji. OixmI as ntw. ' t Jiftirliit. I Tumpklnsvi'le tV) bo supplied, mlllViiify whc'WO bo jo ohuroh or any A. U. WRDDINO, burdens Imposed by the niruqls post to !frhir j auconain velqp tltUr road Tlhe Ice Cream Supier irlven a,t aur I ' I ' . I Zitoti-- S. B. WandlP. oiher publlio pjmse. Iuntloei, Ky. Sstcm tUvttiyo January 1. ott aioaii an mrst10 sya'M'n (f Wrfi- -' lie .lajilmipt liy buUlln-- r ro.-ult- jlt fi 'i wmi.I -I pikcx'Ulc, Ky., Sept. enteivnln t!ioUAanda of visitors nevt iMon doj" .wJicn James II. (Ki.rfiqldtt('l)0, atu Oen. "John li. McDowell, pC Tenrwsje, will speak in the Intonosts of Itjhe I wl Apo- i eO(d-e- rs n, cxpe-rlnic- "n lrai:. tv! OovM-nnuii- I oom-mlttc- i, wnl'y sI who-.wa- s ,,to lo mit'r-o'un- i,' 111 iijipru-I'rtV.io- Kra,-sj- , 1 n. rtjitri-butod;.it,- tn nc-jjv-ln- d ed n,si vol-un- yt-n- r ' wl M"-trj.i- ou-ru- 11 tU-.-- .... lji ' d m -.- 1 d .j, '"-e- n bo.-aus-e mn-cns'- - ........ 1 ..! ftc,rtp-turc- a: , . I te a-a- il a 1 hur-rlod- .'y d I tlciP',-on,ci(- rnl ,bn 1 Wl ' 1 wl uv fpetcch-nvikln- y, I ! him-soil- X n t u, pn-vlill- jntor-StftJ- rew"-latio- a f 'inll fv-lb- s ht ipoa'-oftl- at bicr, Woiv-mUip- B"! I I trtt Tole nt rs 1 I , I Improved Educational Conditions From an Investment Standpoint By JOHN n. M'FERRAN. Chairman Educationnl Committee, Louisville Commercial Club i. the educational situation in the state, I am moro impressed with the absolute necessity for n radical our viewpoint concerning tho subject. Wo havo been viewing the schools rather as a necessary ovil, an expense to bo kept at the minimum of 'cost. The logical result has been largely attained cheap houses, cheap grounds, cheap equipment and In too many chscs cheap teachers, cheap trustees, cheap county boards and cheap county superintendents. In fact, so long has this policy prevailed that wo havo dwarfed everything pertaining to our schools, even our educators, and most of .nil ourselves, tho average citizen. The whole outfit is a cheap and in- adequate thing for tho twentieth century. OljK SLIPSHOD AM) CHAOTIC SYSTEM, IF SYSTKM IT CAX BK CALLED, TOS- SIBLY ANSWERED FAIRLY WELL THE NEEDS OF FORTY OR FIFfY YEARS AGO, but everything else has moved tremendously within that time and moved with the greatest celerity and mo- STUDYING -- mentum. With our schools here in Kentucky wo have practically stood still, trusting to luck or somo other mysterious power to supplement our Indifference and neglect. Not so with other moro prosperous and progressive states, fully recognizing tho value and importanco of their children. With enlightened zeal and intelligence their tendency has been to crowd all the money into their schools that could bo judiciously, used, looking upon it as a wise, businessliko proposition, a most profitable investment, and so it has proved, states younger and no more favorably situated, with really inferior natural resources, sur- K1SSIII ll 111 lllillUUUl .... VVUllilll lU ,, ,, ilUU lllTL'U J.U1M. , THE NEEDED AND DESIRED PROG-SES- S WE MUST GET THE VIEWPOINT THAT IT IS NOT ONLY OUR HIGH AND HOLY DUTY, BUT MOST PROFITABLE, TO SEE OUR CHILDREN AND THEIR SCHOOLS FROM THE INVESTMENT SIDE AND PROVIDE GENEROUSLY THE FINANCIAL AID THAT IS IMCAN MAKE BEFORE WE PERATIVELY NEEDED. lminiliii;bilv'j- of tmp-s'.Lnce a,t the result'. , v , ui Ueaeral) . - number of tTi?s, f , , ,, Of ,the l.irirentiro,y on tCs'Vl, Jut ns tb' cn?in"--- r 1; of re'at;vK lundjed by rf"i r o,T.r-- , iCtolditeln of an 02am llnor .driven lil tfi.1 en- of (the .bureau, la ife work in jjivio ous of MarcitKiry m.irrture tirely by the 1H from the lirj.Vsi. every thre-- b is been Mjvtfful In find. lI.Jl!irity .In uirvi Only in t,He erec'j.on of a 4 1C9 Ins ti'ie rimuway and nm:il,'i;ns li',m lle;i'l'ij differences SKY-SCRAPER tbo bridge is i; Vlom more fi in to contribute to itjie fluppqi- - of K I.ick of imiiloyji).nt ui a pUnk en tending ovir the- oilso of Ui family or 'n punlhlrr jlvjn for hjs con Slan's j!.ln.'.3 is 110 fjjojr, wilUlo the inrad of bJ-i- n dim:. .Anions thee oases wore M'1 'V8. hUilJjsniis tee lu ,'ie crow's nest at the nvt'tjica 1, Involving fettures, Woman's Illness i'TKal intrlatte In- ndew Uiroiifili sjiaee on the wJmJi rciulral ji,ryful wrk by th gird-- r. The work of the Jioj; fj by no attorney,. Some mi of tho rurnwiays had T.(itai iiiaiii compltied with the avfe delivery addol to thfiir svjn by poeuring Jralu-ln- t Of those JCl roconcllj!aton was of tlie stc'il wt the top r.oar; 1: mint In isit arrnnsvnunip for up-Idivorces Jn distant cities. Ncrvry nnd ho Hkilel all be fitted werii made jn 1C, thore w.re fO r.dj, nnd wflre bit :u ail of ith'we A Complete Telephone System is h ive tlie workers b"ome mid hi djvxjncie aults arrosts, 31 wvre left to tlio appnniint whe,r in vHhor are tjioy with th?r faWmlj, tint ware pimlin,:, (the ibunau had them to lio.se of, and of the ethers S! are Employed in Directing the axe gul"! Into ,Pjacj with Wie bwim P'nd.;!!.', and t'' romiinini: Jave bs.--n ilmls.d. l1t't frlcljon pnd )oss Th nunvjier of oomp'jalntj r:cetv'l settltd 1n vnrjou wtiyts. Tlio ot'i-ri- Sl Work of Hoisting. n "Although t,iri.nx, by the bureau for ithe Juit closl casof to make up tne Brand lota ofV'.' plq iuravue. in was and to a certain pnnpu-;Io- n iony ft). a n..raliuit 111 )tl.a ytfir liavo not tbuen ,mnd. Jn t; "'""" of (Ji!.s work tire burtuu tinHmnU " before. It Is u' .not pnly de-'Our ta'lwt tho yn,tinu-iitii- n rfvit ' tne City nan imtk nmi we many .stranss phases off ife. llnre are enwork and of the Itahtnliw, but nqtualjy uss; i,.,v,w forcement the (tlw penal the .stnjiit , two sample uxses vvihili are culbrl from ot li.ws wJH tlie olcc;rlc "fltud" to lift it.ie f nrlrjon par,; of tfu work. Seventeen dirijlon tl" t minimum, and wl'l the rerort: At'l the vvnk not done Jiy .Ivtld brick, niwl 7,".'Ji wniehitK,' l.'.oX) itons "It vva.s ,blnff the ftjior jharj-tie- a (i jk.Vj of o.nd pulilj Mlmuiate a are also uxid. uut on '.the srsat Woolvvort bulVUns In tons of f Uiroushout the country fo p.iiPt twnj tint iiaused the apptTirance .v the brjickliajMrsi In !niMar mvnurqs. .Tlw ,Qomntno'lcir f Mr. K. t the Domostjc Ulatrlans purt Xew Yoik is iVTvuupllslud by tvjc.jjrte they are carried unci tin ovjry-iLi- y In this 'Twins are no Joke,' ho The H!,iiicturaa when (Cimi'n.l, pintle vvheolbarrovva, IVtw.er. this el'y Is about to eubnult a report '. Six of the hoists are taJV, TVi fj-t- , 1J flfty-tln- ? Ifqird of Ultimate, iqon filrdnj? r - v!d 'MjIuvo ,r;r aro ,toj muili of a ntorii-the win mitors onimendaVjans to itho vnd flipsji'S boVi 1M10 famous tnpor and opiti.tq.l by lilbUc fuJI Jioase. It ain't a fin3 (jliln, t and four by mqjors. by WTilklny: all nklrt with oils may bo dj'.mjrlf-ilKii"j Mitroxol!i'an tovvviy and iTiiililn, mM "Gunnjit sunl concretfl are inied n The tit to Uie Ktfffl tovvvvr as fjis uftlist (ihlni; i,n you r?P"nt pniparcd by ,tho Camp- - biby, but vvhea yqu Uio laieliincp, four jn 'rioxeil by fthu Kind of nviti. A tin ,bi.sjm:iit, tro;L'r ijv lw.t U,le Ni.:Vniil Oojifer- - knnw why ti'iepo aro .s.) many Htuir'o ba;n,-operate.1 by flffai'i- tlieivj uns llaiuiya-ic- l Alilie; lUiiy liuvj. ivri'jor In Tlie Ullwiu Monthly (New! numb?r. onee of Jowjsili tTIHarttUs ih.ijs ff;v,tlv-e- n n;(yirs. A Pliimblns I Mny) ,t"jl us Mint, In the ,wuy (to iykIuo? the ed .sweQtiy fwun U to 1 o'u,look, York. rJliiiited out n mid Is ivoeripy, and fMnpoitu"j' mps Nex.t tum Aiiivmy of tlii hi.) -- seiuier, o;.n,tijui,tj' iiumbor of disti'-Ut- e )!iililnen. ,T.'lii! ,;t txieu rosud. and -. .to hydrants, twii f;ftai;i-hjrstviiio U;.l th dr turn.f'nyuivvl"d l:i-t- , "If, tins no 'ns tluui s.iy.s; lipt) tons of ,. vfuVir immr iiuiiis in ; bin )vi'l 'U "A nnst off 'C'd.vo iln'roin ;it (lvUxl a l.ttte, but 1 pujiuip , iteel, brick and btone, fcomo of It to jnoi'fir ulp?i!iit(Ki, Ai.ntlnr of by ilu hiir-iithe till) tiiWIit of "'i f"tt dbovo M rial a a'ld "r luaitjiw d '.vrtens Is the now bibbs fie pump,s nd Jtak-us- e 11 jsVlunukv iikijsj! I ! ail hiT nov(l jiulilMty pjan. Ilu-loiuht, .uul tJlisIioro SumUy, .Sjphli- oh, fiuJi out of tlw !J,; mi nt. monty Imjiu nn.lk juil wn.il rs to liiuij the ir'-trueks In tour ot the tanfta't YdiVliili papers m "Tliarj nrj tw iioniiirojiioni Pji'i'-- . dii-l- i ijlldsr.i from n tjlio UnLtirl Svitos and C'ia,iiu, ,tji re for ,th,so twfji ttet anl I f,"vt n'(tlinij build-Jiof ffvi 0:1 u'10 iwork: 0110 for tj'iu ote.ini rlv"t but .1 connont nvoy jilslit arijl 11 jot Ls mu,b;1shil a grilory tbtro Uiey unu fisu-nrVi 11 iof mixr,ns (ins and drills ""d tho oti'ier for nhoit. and JingtUrl to Ju Jr po. ij.li'i: viutiliiH of ur 'tik fnom my ooiislHthi; u;inlr cib'o if nu,i wife." com. nj, SivJi(i'-flv- o lioiyipuvvr ilQsertons, Tho oUif(r ixiH'i r.'Pili: wition nt tho top f Uiu n'.ruuture. In Ins wi'Ji a trenorfiid 'w.rtptidm tvf are ro.iilioil for t.'w rivY. mul n "TJiu diusbind'j rufuual or iioifl-r- t Uiii i.iniVul tJicMon win bo SI,V1 to tfio men aad t'nijr fa.n;!,l s Uommuiu diy ,i,oii,f th-- lr ii.t.ilni;-v4ufuslJli.' i tiViiitions. cvn'ja'".nlnjr UBiis of n,jact vviWiiu tl" f.'ovcr It vvjU bJ nlm,;iar Inscriptions P"ovbi3 ftw JJ'rt wife, whin duo to p!iv lnp mlii;loii TJ10 UiurJ. uyNrkfi,! to viarlu.s pure(vs of ptslblo ifoa.I WQikwttH, ls hioxoutribl". Ououe arc rniuiid Ki.iiOJ Urns uf bi'iik, 7JM tons an. Hint ito nbout iHonsTjxw r 1" wa.s tlca of a ivny.ie who hid 01 vrtiuvii i4"o i oclotlcw, Intorma'Jon, imprnyora li- ,ti f ZA) ,uv llwjits, imd i'rA llr),voin K.bi,uary I utmI for tlw uti'iir. Mijvi ifi wrl, ir la m'Vr, Juna I, l'dl, been iiuriid V' yr(ir.s. The m.m was iHiiiuletovit Jinips. A XoiW of SX jKit-t- : r7 ntstu vvoro tef'rrcd ,'j (ha Imrcrui. u wtdow(,r vv,,th luur uhj dren, none of 01 nyiltJ-uifla kej rjmsiijidfiy! bu.s" look-litI "To Uk Kt(.j. nn, h"t (4 wmjiw, Ho loft, Of .tlko.se S) haslvinils, u.r 07 pr icvivt "f whom wjis u i'a'o ufdOi' Uiu vv'.riin;," i'.x. lw,pju!(ii diJvN.i by Mn t,ho toWtl, luivo been loqiit d., In (tme leiviln.' jhls d .bihind, ii'itis power motor-- , j.'nur of 'ilrru fliivvjl cvoiKP' IShij; IiIh wife 5,0 xvwk ms-(11 ,(jho rji;oiui IuIJoiim ord"r Glorious Nowa Uie uDurss of imiuinnutiinii to the Jwii. Of.nwvt from fr. J. T. Gurtlw. Dwv'ht, and thojr vv,lvea vvonj nffcMtaiL to nulntfifiti th(,m, or utdit irwtise Itivo tivslxth floor, tho limit of ','19 )m;vVl;ni Ivtui. Ho vvrlt: "l, not onjy httvo mrs.l In uthar msi arninjriAmnits ffr sup. Uiem (nnnijitud to nn Orptinn Al1)'uni. Urop'vr, affa-- vvlituh .two piiuemiui vvjth btd iasM of roxatiia in my ,itjejit'i I(rt wyro mile. In otJir i,a,s(t wlml-n-- The aniiiliviiit WVL.S iounasvous. Wik. 't ttio bvvr work as far n n,!n jtli with Klnotric lWtcrs, but al through jfieor unski.d, ,swiufiuiirf, prooaodlns laivui bwti ItMtltutqil." ivur-- 1 llvw, txum vviiileji one of tho ilrr;cks myrsilf by Ilium of Uia nuiu ill 1 Tlw Qmiptnollcx hen w.i.s tiiat tho loyalty iuuI a wnsv uf duty, flyyt yt. !ipt two with fjlu. vvmrk. .uro tlu.y will bn,jflt vs.tluiVtos tlw li-to tliis city tyj .vvoiivm was wlilntf to diopter 'and tuiliao s J The tuwl mojirs are of oca mi." 'Hub h'wvvvi mi!n,t qlilldrtii." a!n moulds frm ilaswi'ilwi at tvH Jis thmi 5IO,- - olnaiit TJiey rt.miii Mvvmil Uivo iirovnl, ttrnt I'lom nuvivl. 000 uiviiu'tly, nnd 111 to llltiQra haaOidi tint tlio hu- 3 IVioiw buVivv .ho wioiliuin; Miroujh tho a nffcutlvu blonil imnlflur. J(t .ui r iu liadovos itl tit If Blmli.r tnutihii If xiu laiow of tlw utiiitJ of .ftiivitura from tho .Irumi to Uiu MoUc elint ivmtniy r0 ( tit,lvv, .silt vvuno uilaptvl hy t1'0 clty ft WtfO 01umuriiJjiVi J.lulmitit for lumo Iiht-i"-, lit on nnd ,takl rliu'irii. iiloniw, biH mvl riumbu" hM. uf dtoantciA vvoii'd hi appro-luulRtmaiitxss hjinUnn mil of tin inusui-i- i, itHy'. A itolojibmiit) kvsUuii l.nj;).'n;iiim. It tlmiiUti Uvur, Itlilrimaiuul UiivvW. euul lirauw-Kick to' uuiprt rhMiniAtlc p.ilns, yoa would no,vrr wish Li i.mjijoyjsl by '. ! hy bJjsnuiB fj.miillis. Then 0w ,CJ.maitJTiIJ')r Mils itolwni, lmui operator In rllroqljrit- - tfw work, up Um .HiOnsUi. 1U .iUi to Ivi without U. by uJU UiiU. fivatatiw "-- ': J&j. I j uf uyjidlflcatloiu tiu munikui ut tiio dvrit' ' U'JUiUiinn'.wjd. hy af ilriuajla. tlie avv3i,iW',rs. "W$ mo-lnr- Furthermore, wo must awaken out of our apathy and sec that this money is used to the best advantage and not frittered away by fncompetenco or graft. Wo have been furnishing two and a half to three million dollars per annum for our schools for a number of years. What number of citizens have at any time taken the slightest interest UliIl.s'-iiJust wluvt i't's ImrMii hw f'U"iUc: to know how tlii3 money was being expended ? There seems to havo rifviomnllsliftil tlio nmnv l'ffliLll s t.ha Ot H.aUld or luiknovvn wnnun been great waste. WE HAVE ALLOWED THE INTEREST OF beit its piUi, and JiLst Jiiw tii'Ii was Anotlur Uul In bits' ovenconi" untl the irant wwiWful Crenertil OUR CHILDREN TO DRIFT INTO POLITICS AND INTO .sygtf.m wa csji,blWiiTlf Is f j.in; Wwnan'a immorality CONFUSION. IT IS inGII TIME TO CORRECT THIS. iiuin a AnoMi H.ory to b? wl luere. J3ut hire l 1 . 11 FOH THE York qhouil prompt)' Some women similar mall Ml for all "' "' indonm-n- t mid l vsrV.on,s wJi.-'- I : u,.,oSt every uo nun ,VuhlC.i to it Uitotijili tho ''il- Hure-iii- . Vluwom f illoivltur up of dosenlij; liiijtlwN, jiulliHnu) nure(lccrin, oaJ tvit'jouMlio uw of alcohol, cilleJ to "ffeot Vxeonnll.iitioiiK, .nvl offxrtlv FAVOKITSS DR. ZIRCJ:-of prnectit(on of hi- . wlilli nro Ui-in lus proven m- Houto Jessy nuncltinr.!, vll not only mil" ' I nf Au! rinDulM H Martin, n. In P . m rMr, it Mir 1. I, y. ,, h c' I would writ" "I j f tlw J(y of tiu itir' uf n lu"r iimiiU-of children, ulio aip noiv thrown Uk--t ""'! t, nn,l,n.. .kinkrMowur:. t.iit.or. I n r MU .1 Its bounty ty the crtiii.iuii nlumln-- j . v. tn r ..mmcn.l t !.. iu,..ii.; .n ,.,ir Made by National Conference of inpjit uf fatli r., but ' 'liniri iKiy yMin nkl, nt fin' fu '.....'. T'T r.4n.rlulv. it im :- -' ' VuV iiiiki p w" .i k'Jv 71 tnro du?r,Jiii and cous'Uc,n, iMPl'l M"u .'," I c.i. Tit nn. Iiesiit'o' w 6tJ Jewish Charities Lack of moro about u. rlt no. I v!. kLUI te.1 uuton fur tlio tinnmi'tmetit f 1U1IMrfc.11. I , t!u snwl work of jour neiHcn.' "The Uiiu'.lc ltlit,itn n llllM n Plays Part. Work Di I'ifrcr'i fiiir,vT Ftii''Di)-ri- nawly Iloot.TIicreoplo'B Im rcvNeil tlio DtMvirtimnt of CharibV""' tuid Common Scn Medical AJ.i or, ilclieue qnostioni KW pici, uinnorslio-.tiocJitim-- of Dim'io isolation Courts litw i 3111 which every 'tmnj'i. slnilU or mjrtiel, ourfht to h'l family iieil cyi,b jjjiol yi e(i;utl a inrnitram Mf A mm wlio d's.-rt-v-l jJJrei on receipt ol .U Sent free In cloth b.nduii to am V )et liowmir( rji !r to tie "o:iIdered more iliifort.iin.iv 'Inn this tViunicter one-ceitampt, to cover co: ot rmppinl and mailing unl t. Una M.ir.rtN. work In dj,oour.ijr;mr ibinlotitii pi'ltntnnl by tli"- - courts, wiyi tho .N'r-fx.;tiK 'wn.s June! thrUih iisorous prooocutlon mil York Tlm. TIi of up n tho bilef tlmt litis ds?rt r ran ileertilntf hiHbmd tin iivuy, mt t set ril of h;s Ifimily, but ntt att ilnml malmum offei'tli- - new." The not to tlw city in ldiUjiii; aftr Ui mi. m nn of rut ln,j to find .mi that ovitu.iiy ho would umu lmproiriVul clililrn litrtfdby itliejr fathciK, wliCi'h I ottliuitriil a, IHlnW, Ji'.iok proper..u, md ,tii re would be Is a ureot diri! 'at thuti ,tili" flnintl.il " " "l ' "n,,0 upn puhilo fund .that Ci)I tu'e bnnlen iJ'loinif. Hut the N In .M of JlWi.,v cllalIt,ls ImJe an . oim,. private chjirJUiB In tho or city Uie pubHc and pirtv-.it- e and tit jtio.. of ti.e oliwltlt" ? .In UiU cui.se, sind rqpitH tli" upwid the wicla.! foninilttov.' lcutr)uyod thn lud livn from varluiiH cJtles "limv t''nt from 13 ctneltitotM Attention and Good Service. to a) ier t-- ut of dependonty l1 due to current. report "' iio lit plain .Hut Wi" il"i.'rtior.s of thjs klndw Jlut (the HeTli la MEETS ALL TRAINS, Iie fininiJ '! brew Chir.t.ts bHee tln ment p'rot'il ln"y Jik of Hie iltyserji'in. In the question fliou'il be sulior Iiiii,Uh1 to tli" ordinate lirt In f on; large mijority the ! sartor trsor and jiione vital mpeuis of tli responsisituation. evaded H'.s moral ami The report of Sxirota-rM. Ctoldtiln lie preftrreil to bilities lr.'iii for someone ele; or beaatiN? Ue Is toluininou!. It ti"H flrsttoftlw aJopted to trace r.he runaut!.)'. re lLst.vtefiil. found the home ti.tino-.plwj" f of In order t corroq thl coni.tioi it Cordial apprcoLition of th noco'iry (to have the a.w lOuuiir'd tJie five leallns VjdlWi nowjipep. I. wis and Louisville Herald One of tlnw nevn'iricvr. tf so that a deserter wouI ba puif-, 1.50 imo In In 3I1N city, nnother In n fo'ony and not n mlsdonimnor. and Courier-Jounu- il t,,c law Clcvplnnd, and two Jn Canuli. I'Jio. 1W' S,,L,U an an,'nimcI 1.75 and St. Louis Globe-Democrwan tosraphs of tjhe rene.ii.dc ur- - funit".!-e- d was made. Child abandonment s n and printed, with ilet.illwl jlwirlp-tlonven this advance the cause. But 1.50 and Home and Kami . .Vt tlie iti'- of the mlwjntf nrncnt ''Id n0 tlu way of iii.ni 1.7.rr jc'uis the tampor of IhuUourt', ti,uj9t tlie navv spaiwrs printol the l,iSuro 'still tlvi.t df .1 111 111 an'l doscriptlims for o'iaiJ.t'. .sake ou ni to thiiik ' 3.50 rk wnnfrtl tfi run awav from li!s ftmlv it lis jl"sisant to raeord that the and Louisville Daily Herald has yluldtil all "' Ml in a ?"d prflt It us largely h own private bw'n 3.50 fd ud va.uy uwensooro Then Abe LVminiUw on Drt!on of Thejr renders lilv to nril Uie r The fiu't 'hat Mt il.'S'm.tt out of '! the Jowjji Oil url Itv rolviil to O'boro Messenger 1.75 and Twice-a-Wee- k " Kpv.a' nomniii,',! of five to vvru found and broiiKlit bv.'K ,to tli r f fum.lios or piml-tUiiftiiliit emH r the whol nyittfr, to pnnr 1.75 and Kentucky Karmer ami that the ine;hud has pru.vul mucs-'fl- i unlfoiin forms for liivoV.li.tl n rjioit, otvl o invite ,Hii!jsatioiis for Hire Is a tab'.o sluqwhii; the niui'i and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 of Huron u M.t" "- - that Jiul to de rtion by fa.hws ramadie. A IWHY MEN DESERT o snvhero ly of Now inwtil In UiU rport Jtc WOWAi THEIR FMIESE al'SXS italue cony talmi-- WhW IThj.WS AMD FEELS. ZX 1 , Result Interesting I rRKSCRIPTION, npil wlllinur mqAi fir.i' Ki' r.i t'-- .lf.Ml,l, ... ! irr SPxr '"'' f !nv. tt l fr ! f"""' r""' r' m..r Sv.. JAMES & CO., First Class L,iverymati Centertown, Prompt TRANSFER $);! - Kentucky. 1 pno-Ml- u OUR CLUBBING RATES. at y eprol. 5 Ohli-nso- i m.-ii- v :. jr "1- ...I3 17 .$i.3r The Republican The Republican The Rkfthmcan The Republican The Republican The Republican inquirer The republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Karmer $1.50 andTwice-a-WeekOwcnsboroInquirer t a ; a- - Address all orders to Tl THE REPUBLICAN, Electric1 Power Modern vention for Building YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads dcris mal cffxl cns, : rt ISoteheads Envelopes ft tnm: 1 ".""-"x- Statements Cards And y-- Fky-scrat- 1' """ ,..,., '- -- other printed forms are given tky-Wvu- ih Special Attenton In The Republican tprra-oatit- A-- cy. hoJ-liolt- ic- tlt Job Department. ir ty-fi- 1 1 lul i vh il, Don't Suffer! had been troubled, a little, (or nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all lie could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." rii rtlti-vvrit- i "I (Ui-- s, 1, n Kli.il-r;nl.1lii- O alut il 11 wn ivkjluty-UiiM- a. Cardui The Woman'sTonic ii fn,-t- J iKtlmJitK-tiiKim- fl bm-qfi- i m. ril ..i-vtvi- .i You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system, It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Writ to: Ladles' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanoon. Tc nn.. IW iWHI f Mil KIWMi MM VTIMIV MW, .HJIUC I ICAUBCUl UK WOlUCll, Kilt IfCC. Jt puJl-bei- d'xi-,tloji- ', thr - - t 4 -- tlNE TEST OF CLEAR SPEECH A KinnJuK Fruit Notes. outfit pi CULTURE OF THE ASPARAGUS Poultry Pointers. There breoilw of Conversation with the Blind Will Tett One's Power of Making Listeners Understand You. Let no ono bnant of hln descrlptlvo powers until ho tins tented tin-iIn comerniitlon with n blind rcrnon," said tlio city missionary. "I lined to think thnt I had the knnck or thltiRB pretty clear, hut niter I begun to escort the blind on their wnlko I found Hint I Iiml not the slightest conception of concise, comprehdislve hpcecli. My first experience of the kind wn8 nt n naval parnde. I guided two blind men down to Riverside to 'set)' tbo ships. 1 described to tho best of my ability what wns going on, but 1 soon found from the questions they asked thnt 1 had given them no Idea of whnt the pageant looked like. I reasoned that the fault must be mine. Tho men had been blind n good while, but they bad retentive memories and an active imagination, and with that material to work on 1 should hare achieved better results. "From that day I began to cultivate the gift of accurate description. Kven when out alone I talked to myself trying to put Into words the pictures I saw. Uy degrees I acquired the urt of seeing my blind charges sec through my eyes. My biggest stumbling block was women's clothes. No woman I met anywhere show a keener avidity to keep up with the fashions than those I take out from the blind asylum, and it requires every one or my newly no quired gifts to convey an adequate Idea of the seakop's styles." TAVERN ALSO A PAWNSHOP .Establishment In the City of London, England, Is In Enjoyment of Unique Privilege. A London (Eng.) city tavern, the Castle, at the corner or owcross street, facing Knrrlugton Street, enjoys the unique distinction .of being albo n fully licenced pledge shop. Over the door in the bur, which vglves access to the landlord's private room, nnd thrown Into bold relief by tbe official document behind It, the d historic symbol Is discernible. Any one may here negotiate a loan upon bis personal belongings without being under the necessity or first calling for refrshment Formerly tbe bouse bad a special jilcdgu counter reseiubllug tbe modern "Dottle nnd Jug" department, but this Is no longer In evidence. This strange combination of business dates from tbe reign of George IV., who, after attending a cock fight nt applied to Uie landlord of the Castle for a temporary accommodation on the security of his watch and chain. Uy royal warrant a 'few days Inter he invested that obliging bonlface with tbe right or advancing money on pledges, and from (that time down to the present a pawnbroker's license has been annually granted to tbe Castle. This hostelry is mentioned once or twice by Sickens In his novels. time-honore- d three-sphereHockley-In-tbe-Hol- n the lioiii. ii- - ijim J i,viti mmli vntifitili fiTl T Excellent Remedy for Killing Off we in the wt,n'-- r niul jfiwm nil n no Green 8luos Is to Dust Daily With Lime. IkiivI. rlno frut in in njjw iiny to MtltP" Stop cutting nBpnrngttB when pens An w:re or t.wu nf nint'l fruit e.in nrc fit to gather. Iet the lops grow tijiilotl mi tlio iwago fnnn, uiJy until fall. Keep the weeds down by ii mi oft n Nna. niul Hi Mill yi.el'l applying n thick mulch of conrfe maKitiitir ntflirnn (jlnui n pliotl' flc'fl In nure, rotted leaves or grnsR. If the little fly appears, dust enrly in tho vorn or limy. Ij, vim imiflc t" morning with dry lime. all On fruit tlio family can I wilt.li. Paris green solution may be used injiiiwIi to iwyi &r n ih of lime. We hnvo nlwnys found 11 you Imivo imt iiivifly iloiic fii( imal.Q stead j the lime' effective If put on an soon as n rtivx i'J,lJ &'I1 t VPUIV ''kiI'J mvl the slugs nppear. Use fresh latwo fni,t. AJmii Plflji uhcful to kIvp lime nnd dust every morning tlio fru.;tjimU the ti'rt of nro iifff until nil the worms arc killed. tlu-grown from seed must he have wt put. jriiiy prim nmUc a fiijlura with Xuilts lire tlioH" kept clenn of grnes nnd weeds, nnd WIiio imt imil tlieti turn Hio ii'itnH nv r the soli mellow and rich. Use diluted tor tho Mock to cat, or allow til urine from the stables, or bone phosphate, one handful to every 40 Inches n vrcl wjiji n trroimnl to irrvwtip of row, says a writer In an exchange. cujtlwtttnn nrvl iti'c ttiru llofijl fnijt The best remedy for asparagus rust oik iwijtli Jl. innitui Is to cut the tops off close to the Tho armor who Is iiijfjug u fii,il)y r.f ground nnd burn. Then sow a thick up coat of (ilrililicn (ixiitl wIWih IH' in t lime over the rows nnd give clean culture. All e limllliy iiril luipiljy riiiMijFl imp iiml iirWy of rhotro fruits foi rust stalks should be gathered up and burnt. If any are left tho spores will iki,iIi1jij,- - n Uic ifNismiM. Tkki al be blown by tho wind on to the new w clili"l llk' wo)l lis frutt, nrifl Jjp growth. To grow stout plants from nmre of - clijllrri h.ixe th i")i'llilr seed, thin out the plants to stand Oicy wlj lie. It aufxr tuul ehripcr four Inches npart In the row. to icnw fruit on (tic fiuiu Wmn to (ifiy KILL OFF INJURIOUS WEEDS ilnator's tiir.t". lVsrlntiitii; wi,li itni.lrrjfH In H- iijirliuf, foJowjiiK with herrl(f( then dsw If Noxious Plants Are to Be Destroyed Work Must Be Done In Thorrntcp, liJueklcrrleM, rrlw, jcu-h-- ", ough Manner. Jilunut, trnpiK mid iijnjy( nno call luvo t,jm3 fiuji ila the tfiv) (By R. G. WBATIinttSTONB.) from May H or JaijT. The presence of weeds on mnny to lmo Wjk; fniilt Jn xucetftpn farms demands that more rigorous for a .'oji; Mii.oTi. measures be taken for their destrucMnjiy lo not umw iTil'l'TTiCi tion. It is plain thnt so long as fo rtlutjiniy nvy to Kinif, tft--y H!1 few pastures, meadows and cultivated crops nie used In rotation with grain we, iuviI ike fruit Jm iliolo, Tlis pattji well jijiuiUtI mid nu'tlvutcd the farmers will find it very difficult to keep the weeds In check. cfln lc ntulo ii Hoiine nf ifinsill imli'e Summer fallowing mny destroy No farm 4s imii1(tr with weeds, but It requires a great deal of rwmie. omg Kniim Ajii'i ure n ircii- - labor during the entire Benson, when no crop is obtained from It. 1 Air-Slak1 1 I"""-tliH- 'c tr many ,ooid an-- a.jvw,lve n !, pinn to try jo k' p rov mj klnrW. Any (Uio kind js tml If luvll"I fn-you like an J So'irt IIkj ntlck to tliat bre-ii- l IJU you are aid's jo nuke .tli 111 io a'J tfiiy ara enrpbl'- - of doing. Ono r nmn Wiliy o mnny Imvn Intllf- t with jroultry Jh tlint tin--I binds are neg.tcd fliirjnj; huy JnTc. 11 iiiiro miuku rjw jiio-- iromi (Poultry, nrnms all oilier work n,t nil (Urn- ffootl dally to e tie care. Uvtn a few ihij-- ncitlMt nwy it in tmubl" nd d(npitf!ntnif nt. Tlio AinrrJenn broeid of rjifcktii, jw-- i I lock. , n.s lUym-Mit,Vando,t,ttvi an-ISUtile lanil Hcits nro licsft for farm , Ir-ti, I (bJrKr, ytt it is nJt ,"1 Condensed Statement of Condition Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close f jti x. of Business June 29, 1912. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.$197,018.36 Cash in Safe 11,948.43 Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Dividend No. 30 $25,000.00 27,822.10 1,250.00 227,742.54 iih. ,TIk blndH aro foil rt ki-o- iilmn-danc- j,- 1 I 1 ii Nov-mlie- r Ar-raji- TJie--ar- e layer.", eoad Voters nnd motlirrx, and they are .'rgc unci mako mot eMellnt tabjo fonjs. Vj,tli thorn, pu tnn Jiave both esK iiml meat supply, wUi licnvy and profitable fows for a;. IVurtry nil.'JtiK offers a &x. flo'd for the woititn nntl Klrjn of tlie farm to make mio money of thilr own. The work l inter filing, and not Oitfivy. Se that al poultry hae plenty ef mineral mattT In the form of xhes nr Mmc, grit und charroa'. TIkw- - fcvJ are ns wen-ln- l as friiiln nntl rfii mi tor. Crouml or cruJiMl ndo of any kind Is eNejt,!(oiiHly ood jpou,fy It la Mjd that the majority nf cnaes of clura are due to IndJffCsin. It to capply sufflchnt Krjt and to scatter jjruln in a deep Jilttr of ' struw. 0!ioJe,iia( ut, fretiiinljy Jn piarfi feeit", ww)l correct bowel trouJi'vtt. Dl'ln fjctlng drJiikliiB 1ioum.h foDpt anfl boxes Js a ifincml preventa-tlv- u of Jioultry diseas. Puliihnte cf Iron in drinking water Is good. ) Deposits Overdrafts Real , 540.33 2,000.00 $281,814.64 Total $281,814.64 Estate.Furniture and.Fixtures Total The Only Bank in the County on the Honor Roll. Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. ftl. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARNARD, President. J NO. H. BARNES, Cashier. ji, iiiji vjn. To Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTOR A FOR I i Mustard, wild oats, pigeon grass, and French weed are among the worst Mothers osui And Awil"n, p.ilve ilsc UnckJ-n'- f to euro, elttkltxti of ctczwiki, rsL'ilioji, cJiaflnso, fic'i'.y ail rniHtwl hiimo.-'-', as vo'los tliclr 1u4t3Ul.ni1.tuI AnjurJrfl, rX.jt cute, tuni, JiriUsw, ifc, with saf ty. NoUiIhk 1h JwitV n iutVk.'y. loIls, uc5or( olil, runnhvtr (r. fiVT 85 c") sores or p'v It luu no at all dructilKU. You 1 Others An orlleie that lias real morlt Fould popular. That pu;Ji Is time tho oise wltli QlmmbftrnJn'B Cpiih Itsmyyly his nttsstod by many dra' ers. JIe,re Is one of tlim. H. W. Ohio Vai'm, lnd. wrltes( Coug-l"GhambT'aln'.s Itemed)- - Is tjie best for toug-hscolds and croup, and Is niy bast aUtr." Far fla'ie by a,'J In be--- AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return dcaorvs. car meets all trains. Telephone or call at Tour stable when you want to leave. About Good and Bad Roads. .The cost to the farmers and of bad iouds cannot be placerl tpo hlh Vietior t will cvr he nppretiiaijetl is a doubtful question. It does cost thfn big, hut It Is a ery bard mntfjcr t" present the argument nnd est a fir3 nnythlns mer to except tjie first cose of buJlding Uio road. ToJ'l lijin that IX good roads was a prime (me In his vlclnflty or county, be and hjs follow-fannwould derive a prttxt benefit and save considerable .money , yearly. And he win rtndjjy ngnee wJu'i you. But ak him for a contribution to he.ip to bulb good roads and lie is as fveak a$ a uprlns DJiIckn with Mie faipies. He ony sees thai measly IVjt'e trn or fifteen dollars that ought rto cpmio out of his pocket. He can only B'10 "hhe flr oot. "Oh Knd me 11 tliat will make ihepi undcrntnind" a Uncle Poke Itutltr said when i'ji wife and maUier-in-ncaught Jitm (!ltirB In tlic tap of a (horus sdri. twenty-thre- e cents to haul 11 It ton of farm produce one mil over peanj ImproMcd roads. gxawl or srone roads It co.-a frooyon than cents. IX a farmer's avenag hafi (o a ahliiplng- pont Is nine miles ho pi 1st upend three cenrt e.vtn for ejvery bUt.-ii- of wheat he ban's too innrket bqeause the county does not buJU, good pioajjs. At twenty bushels to j!ie iipro iqid. fifty acres of wheat itjlie funnier rufs-.'-s ne thous.uid bui!iql of wlioat Tttius he s, pon(d must ns scnisojiess bad road ta-- thirty tloojir on ,wViCfiit ii'y-I- f every farmer in JluOraeken idounty wcre taxed one and ono liaU i:aitn for ciitli biishej of whent (lie ma'apd, ui,d guamnte.d goioil inwls, Uie thJs wei ,r hetivns would lianViy fie mliihty Pmitest. Vit 10 wKw;d 13 , liijs luLlf of wh-i- t lio now throws away, 1 Ntiws DcimoKirait. -s rd lui-jua?co-st- assssssssflresfsragsssftst fe .SEPTEMBER,- 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 .AT THE. COOPER &, CO. Hartford, Ky BIO DAVS The Lasting A ,NTrtii Example. noRpo wafl brought to iu liunerfl for "Jiu-- CUroaoa lie Wpw o on "Hnr-," murnk-r- . Tailmnn nf thm Rtltn,! Before tbe trial was half ended It (was apparent that most credence wns Tilaced In tho tcstlmon for the de-- , Xendant. imen testifying, ror him," said a man 'who has served on many juries. "When It comes to a question or memory the word of a blind man goes further In a courtroom than that of a Person with good eyes. It Is with the 4 "That Is because he has two blind oiiytlilnK to The French Weed. "Vnw, sUli," M.iixl tfiv mvvVqiiMit hiu. weeds with which farmers have to "I't-pit a worlds to ij-- . J juep.Jy contend. ilii Hilnpiy is 0f wish' a to Miute It Is to be regretted that so far as K.ii' to be ji lyvm to ii?. the writer knows, no simple or practical method has been found that will Imivo mot wl 1 Tqw, tf any, surely and completely eradicate tlio uiilfiomi nicc.'w tliat lias ultrtnaed French weed. Some farmers have reColic,, Chfilia ported methods that have proved sucthe ic of CliainlM-rlnln'Hiiii,ly. Tho foii)j,rkal)ie cessful with them, but other farmers anil Ul.urlii cunw of ooltu aiil illaniliofii jwliich It have tried the same methods and failed. In almost every It Jias offMt-Some few things have been learned It u wiJo ikvu,'c-tloluivc gl-by experiments, however. If r al by u'i il"nlcj, is to be destroyed, the work must be J ivote'i-bonlion. this-wee- e.y" alt the nheriff, you 6W Kentucky Daily Races State Fair Midway REDUCED RAILROAD RATES LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED Free AttractionsClean - 'Jurymen that his testimony really icounts, but the Judge and lawyers are also Impressed. This Is taking Into consideration, of course, that the blind mnn has a reputation for veracity. We assume that with tbo loss of one (faculty others have developed. What a man cannot ece he hears, and his imlnd stores up. Our faith In the of a blind man's memory 'has been frequently Justified. Where, ll iiprsnn with nil hln fipnspfl would tin. come confused and testify vaguely, the blind man can repeat a conversation, verbatim." FORDSVILLE. Sejit. 3. The GrsuVcil auil open' J Mniul.ty .with j,lio Lirt-cenrtili'nuvnt JnCf tJic ctilW'-mon- t of t)ts Illvii ,Slvol. Al) Miero at Hi'HV eMiitHiit jMn- wore iLiy nioriihiK tho larjr-hi- t mimber of vJlyr8 t iWtnl at 0110 tlnw. rK'y s vui rjeivU aiii ivitivai f the Mohnoj lll?li Heluifil irent bilnj; . Xli!ilhter.i( wlio Jtft, l,hlr unil hoiiHCktejH-iv,work to uonie out an-- encourffo the Chlj'lr'-Jili(il Autil'.y In tjio tsriat sork Id in. thai liaj luforo tinn for t'10 With jtJio hool board, Xuou'ly nnd po-Il- o Aid to the Unlovely. worKlng toKJi'i In will liarmxiv, "I try to be an efficient city directa of t'io ma'it euect-story," said tho hotel clerk, "but balk fill thrill In lij hiinoiy. Thf5 iitnijdo it ,of recommending a beauty doctor to wido uttkiko UKunlinK tJictr hlV.po! lilt r women guests. i done thoroughly. The weed produces seeds so profusely that tf one plant Is allowed to go to seed a large area of surrounding land will soon be Infested. If there is one direction In farming In which thoroughness Is required, It is In trying to destroy this weed. A slipshod way will not do, and an ounce of prevention Is worth a thousand pounds of cure. Farmers whose farms are free from the French weed should guard against Its incoming with the utmost vigilance and care. 0er s UBERATTS BAND Farmer Boys School Encampment W Jk For Information, Entry Blanks, Catalogue, Address 320 PAUL j. u. dent. Secy. JONES BUILDING i LOUISVILLE. KY- - Jffl Uj 1 c n.t s "That is one of tbe first things they want to know. Churches, theaters, even dressmakers can wait a few days, Ihut the beauty 'doctor Is an Immediate mccesslty. Unfortunately, they do not get much satisfaction out of me. Any number or beauty bpeclullstu leave cards for distribution, but so many of ithem have been mixed up in lawsuits tbut I feel squeamish about delivering their cards. To satisfy my own conscience and the women at the same rtlme I band out a bunch of advertise-iment- s with .the remark that I guess they are about all alike. "Then they cdn pay their money and tako their choice, and If they lose Ithelr hair and complexion they can't come back on me for damages." Latest In House Building. Spanners and screwdrivers are th only tools required in house ' ouildlng. This latest development In an Important j, expected, fromcruft comes, as might be the United States, sayk Xondon TltDlts. Blocks of concrete cement are cast according to the desired pattern, with a wire spiral passage through the center. When teady for erection steel pins are passed through the center of tbe castings, and tbe whole bolted together over a wooden frame. Tbe work of building or dismantling a house sw construct la stated to be staple tartl cxtrttM. ttp. ' Mlxfl CoriieJIu Duneiwi, Kyt U vKttinfc' f lendi of uiul ipVitvfs here. Alls. Krcd Oooptsr nnd JIIks Irene Sml'i'i wenj, to OwtiiJ'boio totlay. left tolay to airs. W. A. hjiciul cveiiil tliiyt u.t Xlawmm iSiiliT!t- Alr Cfito.l SIik. Cjar. J. Ni-enco Keown Jnt Krltluy find iitJirL4.y. t. Mr. C. It. I'nn It 011 th- - tiuk Mr. U. 1. llrady, of Inliuston, vlsiUmf Mr. W. H. (i.vineh iuhI liunll.v aivl Mr. and iSlr. K K. 'Miss Ijoalo Sulth retumttl homo yn. wlt toitUiy from a two win-kt fijeiiil.i and ioiitt,'8 In Mr. ami llr.s S. 'K. ,AJleii wnt Sunday In Owenboro, tho, tuvt. ut th,lr daiuihttr, Mrg, Fjiuik aienntttt. his rei.titr 'Itiv. l.eujrt fll',-poJiittiient at tho Kaptlxt liiiivU huro Kiuulfiy aiul Kuiiiliu- - evenipi); du.fi Vf ring two very fjne dciviioiu. .' An. lilMe. l CASTOR I A IafaaU For and Chilaiea, Cut tho rye heads out of the wheat. Keep tho cucumbers picked oft each day. An inverted clover soil Is ideal for beans. It your onions aro running to tops, break down tbe tops. Kerosene emulsion Is good or bad for squash bugs. Keep the tomato vines off the ground, on supports of some kind. The first essential In fighting weeds In any crop is to keep ahead of them. There is permanent satisfaction In the use of concrete equipment on the fnrm.' g A common rotation for large sections Is clover, beans, wheat. Is handy The small and saves much hoe work in every garden. Experiments have proved that beans yield better on old land than on new. Hay will he valuable again this year. Let none go to waste; mow every corner. r barrels and Be sure that cisterns are closely screened to keep out the mother mosquitoes. The longer you stick to the cultivator between the corn rows the more corn you will have In tbe crib by and bean-growinhand-cultivatrain-wate- Garden & Farm Noras Vl, VVS .UsssV jpssBsaT jKv .bbbsV Til) rail'tlTtt tOO cllMO (ortbellcmiostuaCuL 0 sbbsbWbbbbbbbbw ' ft'n-'V- 1 Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O ASTOR A I XfflRiHaillI SHELLS i 0sssssswlHcissssso-irfrir- UWC I Riley Has Fared Well. TissKMYuHiveAlwsjsBo; xur&utftd r m Tho sitt by Jaiiva Whlttinmjb ltjl".v. tho Itooi-dtpoet, of fW.000 In emit to hs u rJio.w and Kcwojjiry, Kdniiund II. li,roaciita-to- n I'J'JI, WupJeU WiiJi n rec-of PAVPtrty Hi'ued nt JT0t00O it) the njty "f IndJiMUHxil! for u public 1'lbrai-y- , 's lias tlhid a'jentlon to Mr. ,uy royajfjes. Iutytiuite u;ono Jia-Wiat 'hCe jfictyml work Mld, him r.'MVW. 'Mr. UlViy when )s utijct,; was l(:Miuelnd. "I was orry t''.W tho b'Ift oX IjOxO to my ncjihew K'Jt Iito print. It was a pnlvaga matitir- and of lntexct to no Ihu ono ibut lilm uivl mysii'f. Of coiu-Bft to tlio t'llty was a iUf ftraiit fur tlinw would iiuiturally he i public Intcivbt- In tliat, and liho publu had fl the deulls. No, I d'j pot to illw.uya my iiuvima from my walk. The pubUa hus hctn veiy kind to mi, by. and I feci that I li.ivo beoiiiweU tviauu-onu,i(cabbage worms use Insect pow. For If the leadcis of, my ,iKok propor-tlo- a der mixed with flour in tbe no cause for complaint, 1 certain-l- y of 1 pound of powder to 25 of ha liave none, and I sluU lot tine) flour. Dust tits plants well after eaek o r 11 rlii-h- t J. When they're apt to get up close, slip in a ScaUerload HCHHKtfK b: and make your choke bore gun good in brush or thicket. Arrow and Nitro Club steel lined scatterload shot shells open up your pattern so evenly that your bird can neither get too much nor too bttle. A special system of wadding gives at 25 yds. a soread eaual to that of a standard shell at 40 yds. and with greater penetration. KnnHasaaasaH rirffvrjr- m&ll The iteel lining gives the speed plus perfect pstteto. Your Jocil dealer hat them. Cet a box Try them os a paper target with your old duck gun. y. 999 Broadway Rsmington Anns -- Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Naw York Cky u Call on The Hartford Republican for wm f rest cne. . ' . . . . nittr v Fine Job Printinf i,i - i.'- Hartlord Republican ",n"1"' mioiillnir to law nt th Hertford, ky., n tnnll mutter ot the wroiiil Knixml litm, of fcr- -n nhee--v Uio 1ljhl Jt. would Hliior of ,the ny "nt" too" nlsJ.it Hart-f'n- il an I ln.,M woul r j?.i ivr lirmc be .found ivuno in SimK of J vlil nee from oft' che 1m n ttV tryimr to I MM. Martha not unt,tl now cufiptiucd. Kcjlli nml T,ho ;jmy tpiU'h Jim r'sarhpd out and KpJ'Ji., Dr. Jo-njonn wjth Uf tnlve conn S. limn ina-ton.iVomlntod r SIfcvi Ojia n tky !' nt-- to C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITOR8 The InrmJ Tfl orcin down to ill- - "Yoii uro tf ( nflrndy cot of n BAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS u'llar' t,.uio (tiiinj-ppr-- ANDPnOPRIETOnS. A4dreM all communications Ifcs Hartford RopubUcan. mUjtccnietCltfr rxaiitrnn'14njiit." ' lis "lar." It down .by tJif.x ly . x.H H"1t t No one is detr.iivcd NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS rnvjnjj. It ravis at lloaHcreit, a the HnlwrriliftK 1w Irln the pspfr wnt t" n row boyj who nre liuMjnj; county ofty-- i mid mlilnvK inapt trlTc the old a1i1iim lu imiVltiK the to Miijxnt Up l'n 3roirt;ve who 'lnpp'-1911(111(1. ".. ' icvus nil n Uimiilifltril mnntwrlpts will rot Leretornia tlcKcr.. It anliwKBeioinpnnleilli.T post aw-tloosovt In one column ami 'In ano'h- ... ,r..,.c u.. coin.nunK.mou. AOOf.Tmnn will not In oroio that AttrDtluti. mi; any viuo, uetnun.' no mum ver djd. In the mwin ,t,!m3 (t.tic l'ro. KTo4ve papjy continue ,uo.rtow jn O'dp ateufflx 3Ellrc County as o'.cihcrf, nml iwdiody iiys mueli atttndtlon io the lirntul Mother IJTIUiDAY, SUPTKMHKIl 33. Editor of iTlie Herald to nnnn-- r which ootid not Jisive ben other ithuti wlllnl, iic&on n,t tire TVitt Com wwernlnir e tinipri.!m. H'iv,;tiK I'lVr, f,v& Jii th;r iit, jill ' . ,.. i,il 1 .,,,... imj , i3 PROGRESSIVE TICKET. theodouk noosi:vj:ir. For GOV. VJco Pnowldeitt, For President, HlllASI JOHNSON. A GOOD ENDORSEMENT. following from the lt(ublWin .it pjajform, wrinfn four y.oars ugui C.hjcaco, if true licn ovpht to be true now, otul It S com,mendl to some it nnd IlcptibJf.Tiri'' the Taft Ucimon'.r.iits who are saying stub hard filings o,bo'it T3ie i tooc-vti'i- t : ' I Mr. ilearst Is surefy n fnan of I oftwi liapjnns that the I makes the mo.t noise. It lent voe Standard oil only makB on Uie poetical wa,ter. "re foe f.rouj'.c Is the Panama canal asset or a national to a natln-0- 1 Ufie'Wto? Commladon Titanfc The Eagfiili awms to have put ithe bil uii5 on the !. burg. Unaje 42 SanOiag-raised-- ' 000 salaries of rural mail carilcrs; all of w,hom ths wlU icast a w&3 Jn November . o ouit West u"a.t 'le Jajck rabbjU Jook like a sXfml Olhe niw "GovT-W.obdn- It it 5aidUiat llooseve;t"' Is r.unming ifjt 'makes a naittr. Wil-atx- n attitude" of ne of the on jhe .tariff reminds diaanW"1 character air. Flaclngboth. I ' M wojts. If we ctTtoi-Ben,dl- ns food "fiupplbs Uie t)lirouh Cjhe maHa It lg hoped jnail clerk who cancels l.the Btamps I ' Y'l so easy on .the egss- - "In this grtatOHt era of Amcrijoaii nt the Ilopublltiaii ,party Ins r aslitd Its grctc-- t senate under th liider.i!J'.p of TheoJone Ilootovcft, "Ills ailmlniUtnatlon ihos becoi n Mpoeh n AmsrU'on Oilnjory. In no otjlvir iwrti.l ince nationml lsovert(jgnty was 'won undT WatUlncljon or .pre.sen'Qd tinder IJncoln has there been guuli nighty juxwoss 511 tliosc ideals of government ,hlnh 'innke for jusffcjee, 'equality and tiir dai'.ing among men. The highest iiiplnationg or the Aimen'.oan ntople have found a voloe. 'ft) reair.assn, Tlia'r nvo-- t exalted, s best alms and .worthiest purpose of a',1 his countryman. AnierUiin m.iinhwvl has ?jo a nqbler sen.se of duty been and obligation. Conscience and courage In public station and l(lfl(lier istandarus of rlglit and wroa? In ipr,ivato 1jfe have of pomi;at become cardinal prjncipl-ifal'jh." ' So it was t,ho ItepubUcan iPlaUorm wlvltih co,mjyires tne Cojomvl to Washington 'and I(!nGO,'m No UooHewU eii- thualaF,t of t'10 new P,rty icould mviko the slights improvement upon this endar33ni"n,t, lrawaver eiOqu,qnt or Ipoyt'0' ' I. he may be. llf-tes I Yfl'jfton tel'js tlie farmers that they !are THE END OF PENROSE AND noj benefitted ,by the tariff. If that FENROSEISM. in true a'l their fielt apiilnst t'' CaColonel Itoosavelit I lias eiv.cn to the nadian reciprocity treaty Jasit year 'was American people 'in full "J1 statomsnt ' I totly. ttntu,s..1 tho . Penrose senate A'dvocateB of Domocrapy iare ito'ing to to hoar. ' persuade '(the farmer tna)t t'1 'nray to Tlie uommltitoe' may meet n Ootobar, now, aa it .reduce Hie cost of living js 'for tym Novicmbcr or Dec,mber, to sen cheaper and vote fthe Demo- elects. lis cffnnt .to d.'prlve Itoosovelt Till en tne aarmer.jut of the chance ito deftyid bimsejf has cratic .Vcket. ' I Joughg a eod .laugh. failqd. The gaheme '.to at,tack Iloosevei'it and W 'are In r;eceipt of a copy of .the fllien daprive hjm of a chance to deOaneyviiHo News, published at Caney. fend h.lnvejf was carefully .laid, and the vLTl, Ky., hj- - air. J. N. Ltfkens. The program workwd out, as prc1pa,i,ed. Nowis is well edited and ithe incslianUa But the pjan lo liold up tlws ProgTjs-slv- e jnake-u- p Is goad. We .wls'i BroUier Iik-eo- a candidate before ithe country as a auccoss Jn lij,s enterpri1;. nun accused by a prUoner In iie do.'k, in "Afn0i.st"e,very-tjown-Cvj St.ite the until c'oclon day, has b en broken clzc of Iondon lias a ',ornm,eic.Jal club, down. The nate conuidttct now has ond thoy are doing things for their Itoosevlt's statement In J'Pite pf t'eplf, commua'jty. iIqujita,Sn Kcho, of Iondon, and ithe count'' knows the truth In Ky. Don't worry', Brother, !llartfo.rd is the case. Jn ithe same olas with Iondon, tho Is, The sudden scattering of it,he no oolve commercial club.: uommJUee, Just os soon as Pcnirsej the -- rMinylnnli ,TJk .HtinMn Vml rtlle Shown tH,h.t Tlio 'hlH'iPS: court Jn wns on- of Uio "frluuljy" arnwof the otl bore 1'ijdny nnd Sattinlny nSuhts, indll ninif Stitndiinl Oil fiiiiinny which tin wi we) lUfmlnl, ppi'nirtjd orflir w.ii to Jhivo bribed ! 'i- '"'f" i!"'d mli nlRlit. bliui'ilnsly , 'U"' o?"" row nnd H'jli'r in f! ,' "i'V.o. Tho .... bi . !. u .... Minni. .1 tir tt (.m , tm K M. r.i i 01 fimniLini uji js iic i" "' iiuiennjiH uy n the wnwt uf I tr Jinl:v4ry of IViiiuyviuiJii. KiM P.inlH. TJiey i.pinly linked Mie Stftndanl W. Wi.Von anil I'M" cihIi wh'ii nhcy wnni".l t. or wlion t)i y slr"- - I! nift son, Martyn Vlin, wkic (ito. wwril n sled it, mid the nioiuy ulwayg days from llendfr, Ky,, fhe iru-- i of J 011 d tnand. mother, SIw .tana I.iy St.Mvtajnri wnntcd n Jaw of Mn, Wi son When the ' t an ini"mliiunt, nisstd or killl i'iu.; ton. Mrs. (Icorge W. nnd ll'itjo gun, wag iiin d rr Jaw or (lint piii"ndiiient n.s tho nrc (n Ixiiiili'f s K"iinclth, kIJ'd. ni,tt.v kltlH fjKiik for and ill t'eir own utory lOa.nly. guet of Mrg. Iniila"fl fJVor, Mrs. The cxldciiit- - li nwvwho;nilivg tint Pcnc, and nttcndlng tho Fnlr. PennjylKint Js tho iiroperjy of the Miw 'Mi I.ypiM, ejerk for Ami's . Stnnd'inl Oil Onmrnny, (ha Arid"ld, Co., Is jn Iaii'bvjp KJiis Jlrs. Chofter II. Lyons Js qiijto .lck'. iwJu) d;d (fie bjddiiiit; of nnd IVenn"K(, I.jncJi wtis tn'J.I iVnm 10 Mt$s '( (r nvisftcr and wilvi ware Ifil I thousands of their nuisJei-inony ns J)i y Frlcdnlfilid to the b 'ds(.de (f h"r ist.v, Mrs. Hcstir I.mioIi, wJki Is tiiijtc J'l. ndjult, and iij'thc fna'tpr confeflg s. ' The I'ofnf; iiuido by CtOi'.otn',! t the Ar)iln;d bribe js imvlo W7)rj by tho posit tan of I'enru'e lijj 11 in "tuFOR FLETCHER'S ber of the coniJiiiwion investigating tlij industnlal affairs of the Un'tcd S it34. which Jnc'Hde the affairjj of tho Stan Notice to Tax Payers. Is n itv'Ilng one. As ho soj's, It st;imi3 Pcnunso 11s n Deputy Sharif f W. C. llirp wlI bo titifft to syty'ln lie cjiii(, nnd he at the folViwilng places on day mam d to senate should jint him out. co'iinit your itaes: Co'jonel Hoosiei's t- nicment 's :t Narjrown, Slomlay, Sept. 9, forenoon. . merci'fss arr.isnnicnt of Uie Ari'libold-Penivs- o Davbtioii StutUui, Monday J. h)1kiiic wh'n he quoto. ilr. nftorjioon. Cortelyou u3 ajlng ttlio CviielliK N. OliLton, Tuesday, Sapt. 10. lUlss 'Hid told ,1,1m thpit the fV.and-'Daai Station Tucwlay, Scjit. 10, after- lias not contrlhutid to the ifuupdlgn noon. j Hoi-sfund of 1S0I. Brnnc.li, Wlnasdayt S'r!, il, It Is given even more btrciigv.'', if forenoon. Jliat were potsibl", by the l.lrcf.M hmt.c-- I White Wiudntvday Kun, Sipt. .!. ment from Mr. ltiss publlcy inads at afternoon. had forSo1:pt, that time, tliut JJoocvelt S'pt. 13, bidden iiceepiniK'c of any fuiirlj tJie Balzotown, Krklny, Stipt. 13, afternoon. Staiulaixl tn.gjit offer. Tls Mr. Bliss Itonlne, Saturday, S'nt. H. stated, Jiad bvn followed out. Arnold, Morula', Sept. 16, forenoon. The Uoosevelt suggeson p '(jie senBonfrow, Jlonday, Sept. Ji3, ate is plain that If Ponrogo thr at:ncl Sit. feasant. Tuifcday, Sfpt. 17, f the Stundard as Aralibold niyg he tljd, It amounted t .trrilgliit bjiieknuill and T. II. BMOK, S. O. C. thai; Penrose is'rntftW to .no more rjian a Grafilns Po) loviian gqts money fim Tlc,tliiw who by tJireuls. Boogcvelt's etn?nient itliat he ratu-to p;rinlt Penrose to become a national conuniteinuw in VM h'iowh ,wOiB,t he thoulit of him then, nnd how he acts In Mich of c'w nujnONcd I poliflVcal lowor wielded. The only thing agulnnt Cornel ItpoKe--e- lt is the word of Penrog?. ponfesscd bribe taker and corruption of Arch- triboll, confessed brih r, oorruplionjstr TUNED AND REPAIRED " and liar. fDliej' make the attack upon noogovelt DY AN EXPERT. only afttr th-- y are in the prisoner's dock and Xorced by tla mot damning ' evidence ftp iqonfess. ,The,ri Oj'jtenipt, 0W:d and abutted by the 'senate he $p hojd Before you close a deal for a Pidesp:rate crjes of oonfeed luifbens and ano or Organ would be glad for you bribe itakf,rs as a cliarge against ltoo,se-$- t, - 'ln pllVn'l ilixltiv, (rip buln 1o Hartford Friday. NEW FALL SUITS Our line of the conf.3 -i 1'Vt-Mon- oir . ri " i!l i, - iu, For the Ladies and Misses. t) fi-ls- lr' l)iil hm-s?lv- t Famous Palmer Garments is now in and we want every lady in this wi-;k- lye H lto-vov- th-i- Children Cry CASTOR. A v. county to see the new fall fabrics, made in the most stunning models that has ever been gotten out. If you are inter- m-u- i ested in being - ,S-pt- correctly dressed, at a nominal cost, .1 .'A'smwssjwm. "' e ' you will certainly have to look at our showings. Quality of materials used fit and style of font-noo- nv Pianos each garment have been wisely considered in the production of these suits. The pleasure will be ours to have you in for a look. vJ And Organs E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. it; Satisfaction Guaranteed has Ja'ltn flat. fPhvir place Is Jn the prlsojicrs' dofk not at the table of tjie prtveiCHi!.or. Tlhejr effort to divert from their cpnlesgioiu) .by shr,'ellng at ltops-vie- lt win aulli them natliijng. When a criminal confe--scv- s 4Jiere Is no doubt guilt. Penrose and of Ulg ArclilboidJuiMS confesvd. Tlw.ir raiinjK thriu, jnip tJ'e dock means .nothing. Th'pr jtl'ice ls before tie Jiulge for sentence. I'ltlsburg Iiader. att-ntl- on k to call and see my stock, as 1 represent two of the largest factories in existence the Baldwin and the Star. Also carry a full line of the atest Sheet Music. Having recently built a large addition tp my produce bouse, I am in sbape to carry rmers! Produce a large stbek of JONES' BRAND FERTILIZERS HARTFORD MUSIC CO M. A. FAUGHT, Mgr. Hartford, Ky. 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. PxiotT"Board m"t lat week at Frankfort mvd div.'hvrge1 n Jarpe number of old employes to inuke and rooim for otheiw ivt'Ji ninre r tictter awards for jvirty nsrxlee, ami t.o fcnBthen the State .maohlne. Tliati this denial would bo done wvij nrenously Whon Oifirgcd by Jinlge O'lte'ir hi Ills The Demoiejiatiic ejicorficji Just yar. anil Arehjbold, iHriup Poit, Mi&s., Secrt. Till. 1912. 0,'iamiilon briber nnd ohamp'jon liar, h.td ' I Hooso-eltwag mj obviously a The Jlaiitfond Uepubcatv, accused I llar,ford, Ky., trick that the mqst jnnocfsit m:ui in t'111' GiilQinen : Kuclostd ou win the iuounry won not diCAd. 'Illie coiimilt1,,jee was t lt ojijy Jong check for one dollar. I'Jojfu renew iny enough to a'low AnuldHiid and i'ttiroso, subrlpl'lon to your pap r for another Vouis vnry truy. brller and bribe, to try to pnile year. f. 11. mt.vr. by o!vaiilng tli!r own Jto'Vjiv.olt, myiing nnd )Ji n oonfie,vid bribe -, 1 't tjulr, Renews for the Republican. W. E. ELLIS. 'tMMMttrM m '-"J Hartford, Merchant PZy. and hrlbu takiliw, ;nnl th' senate unjinnttiB may take any tiniide. it ces fit. Both are guilty nnd Sir, euid Sirs. Wesley 1). Duko, and ' fltlt)' both JIao Confcasoil. Sll's Jcn.-.;- o ' Alvriu lI.aU w ! "CoJ. Hooevcit and Piesklmt Taflt ltoOj5ioyo,lt's Jias bo,cm trlvo.il bene 'from F'njedaland, Ky., fii,t(uiiday nd t''t,'''''it with other us crooks In the to 'the country In isplte of Uie Honktn Sunday us guestw of Jo,hn I". AJJen and camp.i,;gn, but '"' hrojjliWH in committee ao,..lng tinder prdejyi fno.m fen Sirs. Sloinu lll1. the effort to jpt offws for 'he we, SIils I.jiju Vouiig Js unite (ij at the in Maine.'" CaurJor Jouma'-Th- ia Ooi-grr, Ojlver, the Msnaa.'.lonal ere- - lviuu of Mis. Jaiv) lVi)itoii. from titu Mlutso Ijtor a',uno of P'iijikio, ilUinlliij; tho itif,aiiiy SIiv. K. II. Stevens, (J,ini HinVlton ttnnntui)iMl yiat in ,thu supjio,nt of C!ov. of J'ciuisyjvaivja ,wili Wwconfes.'jwl jbijiiny Fuuris,) Ins ivtutwrf p Argcna, 'Arkan Wjhvin lie was nupportlng he "dqvil',' taker ruwl ujl around crr.Utor, Jn iijs rw aftor a Mvcra da'3 t ulie gucdl ounds rather funny. Is CoJ. ,VfJitt'' Illi'.tsb.uig organs. faVqw-sfiMiapeiV40ii.il of Ji-p.ii'i'iits, lte,v. nnd Sliu. F. M. iivpporthig u devil l" evl the or cours0 .is a iniiinblr of that FtllTl. sSiuito Kw Kitteraon St. M CJiun,'li The 'local ,TUft paper 'teoms to Uijuk Oliver afus" to print (.Iw Hq'tovalt Is'vaetlwaJly nonipUjled. An se'' tJiat viu .should be u favor of AVoui- - atatenimt in u Ju,tt as lie 'rifuisnI o vlw was hejd Jn Uio new huiiVitg Sunui'. Siuffiiiiiitfn lviiuiei iltoiyvclt is ullw Itousc.voji to tesAlfyi hctore th day, being conducted hy tlw jtpv. Sir. and 1m tj a l.ily nn lij cumpaUn Com. qoinmltitif. Cruntt, of lJuiwlw, and the jiastor Uro. Jitee. l,t uggwy t,hat we auaUt o "fiio" creatures are still followins (Jieir Christy Ontry, of KiUinixK), Ky. The Inform ourfcivos otc. Wejj now wo ma,itr'8 orders. If y jooujyt provmn, KJowIng una the charter m (nbcM's, .the trust iJiat w may bo Ivui tor It, 'the llooscclt utateiiKiiijt WMU11 naven being artangrd ijn oidei; M. !mo-ntlrnt Mime tlnia aao. lluwevr hae b;em pla,ctJ befuna tho American Stoiw, iW. SI. KeJ'tdi, J. JI, jlizlwxtal, tl wrjiier has been against fejnile ' J ifaun.1,11 llopjjor, Oi'.o Connor, Mrs. Char j PPK. .Una btifonu Iw w.r J;uid of TJ10 new viiea of S,asvlard Olt leit- - lie H. Daiijej, (1100 Ofia JUtfnuii,) Jlouwrto'lt uiifl wl'i I cwi,tlmM to be Uw now runnlJig Jn the h1ioa Sirs. Kiwna Stone, Sire, AnU Mitclioll', against, dt. Of imutso tlij cannot bs hjw far the srtiat (lntoits Mrs. Slande Connor, UrB. JMury E. May unikrMVnd by a ;w'k InvukUnr have operated to Corrujit poJitilcs In (Mrs. AVx W. May,) Slrdt Ailtdo J'ii- Jf 'Uie Dwiippratjp aiWfn aiyil un) Henasylxwila. , ' r. tfinn, '.Urn. rVniuKa HaoiwooJI, uV(te wc p jlqclaije mm made J Thtj hps jone tg, Jcntlw Kan S. Parson, Mm. Itosie Keith,' s luc-tlal vi-ii- "Tlie I C. Itnlpiniul Crnvpuny Jias niv d fnoiigh from refusing t IW't fr'e ran'iioriiii'lon if n'wupaper jucji to buiiJ a coupje of action hous'a at i Uic dejvrt hene." County lleir.i'fl, Kddyvi'Ie, Ky. TJw I. C. Comniny h'Js not built a new Mxyjlon hoiie at BiaW Darn. Poor Compuny! No floubt Ithoy oro I03I1 g 111011 y every ibiy.C.') l4j-ii- now Jtoas3voiit'.s Colonel makeis It u in.ittr of (ndltfeiriico t anjituwly wi'iatihrr the gonato iv);muitU'0 HVtbRin- - lne Wiushliiiftton. ' 0LAT0N. "er iiuwl.s aguin. aiwl Ar'.IiliJd to hrlblng, Peiuoe have onfrass.'d Sept. 11. Sir. C. H. SIo'-was hero Moitdiy f 0111 TrjH'cr, Ky., onrou'jo f Uoijyj Itiuiu-on a businiv.s lip. Sir. Robert !. Arnica, of the Anne Si Co., stare was 'n IjouMjlii sjverl ilaj-.purcjiuijlng gooLs jo,r Uio fujl fcV.W saves MOMSV kind aves WORK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOLdTB Olti In barrels direct iron our works. Nothing la more Important la the horns than clear, steady by getting toe on mai ourns cjear ana flicker down to clean without the last drop, Pennsylvania crude oil reilned to perfection. Co&ti no more than the tank-wagN thLmmpOUthmt 9mvm tym Hartford College 33rd YEAR BE6INS SEPT. 16, 1912 A modern steam heated, electric lighted building will be ready for the second term. light Insure this Ample temporary accommodations have been secured. Ous, C SWJ M Ci. iWe tn Refinery at Warres, Tm. sell the celebrate! "M Carb" Auto OH, LMtovtUc, Kjr.' Jund-iPlcku- 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 14 High School Graduates and of Normal students made certificates. Splendid advantages are offered in MUSIC and .EXPRESSION. three-fourths first-cla- ss I AN ry work. PREPARED To do any kind of Veterina- J.-- Horses, mules and for want of answered day or night. cows need not die Calls attention. Second Term and Normal Work Begins January 20, 1913. For further information add rem H. H'vkfor Iilqr W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY tKy. E, BROWN, Pres. J, E, ELLIS, If. te Hwrtford. tm, it sTi.r V iaW? " Alifir's. D. I). Kc'jx nnil Mrltcnry k Jinvo n to J. Nl"wn tJiey wll rpuino tlii!r Avvrk In Ho1-- br i Kit-tuik- " y GEN. MACARTHUR DIES SUDDENLY Falls From j dftftftflftftdftftftftjAJftftftftftAftlfl Stroke'? ? I r WELCOME! w. o. w. We want lo invite ."'ti'-- lTnl,i'ilti' I rcjJ' of "TJio im tvm I'jmv' and ini ywins nubirlp-tlo- n to Tlie Itopuli fin. illejculir ol-- " of J'o book ilmi li $1 f". Tor $1.00 Vitilur :;a Apoplectic While Addressing Old every Wood- man that visits our city Saturday to make our house their stopping place. We shall be delighted to have you come in and inspect our big line of FALL MERCHANDISE. We are showing a line unexcelled by any house in the country. Our prices are right; our qualities al- ways the best. Remember this, and bear in mind that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. J&m&l&Go, Hartford Republican, i Milwaukee, Vl., sVptt. 6 Whjo Ttlrul"!', lirlnolrvil of tlie 4(ic ikmlN of 'Jio Twenty fourh .Sclitn', Mpetit B.i,tiur-ila- y IIIrIi Orttnvll'e WlconIn Voliui tours In Une AiYinla and Siinl.iy liore wjjli ilii iwrcjits, (I ui, AitUur .MapAr-thu- r, camntLRii, Mr. mid Mru. W. S. Tn'lcy. V. t. A., retlrod, ilrojirl lwul, Mr, ii. T. ll.iriKYji tti TUtirlny miom tonmus nn npntttftfi rtrcke, nt the J J il'-n Jor itritijgin, Ky., lUi'ionc Kro wh Inyt rf.un.on of t'10 ixsimtnt known a iln itlio liyUjile of her nvUh.-r-, Slrn. tho "Clinmber of CrOinnieixo" rwlmwit, IJK! iMojV", ,lio ,li dnncrmisly Jn itlw University lui. lllnw ibb'. "nWit. Within a few mlniUtiB niur the CHt Yiur Krioo Trie,'", flejfl )1, ? rfmjierv Giiem fcl t 'J and farnrfnw liiTip.iieiis Trn In the niJOt of lC, Utitforni .ldre, U. I.. K.,NI)i:iUUK, Ihvn 11. 1'arson, a iiaptjijn niijd niQTi-bIltavir lriii, Ky. Ml I of the regiment, fiUffr,d ati."a-lyll- c iWJiiin Jiou eet ridy for your Braw gfttoko on rthe rlflitt nldo from t,lu and rye wsetl lot mo He'll jou. sliok of Bating his comrade f.iV, and S. I.. KlNOj arc rlfclit. l Und to l carrlwl from ithe hall. Gtf Hartfonl. Ky. !yl'lir8 ojttenillns Wio reunion 4R 100) filind to Rrap IJlwk & lllrkliesul wVjl liol itht-t- r an- (there wre nual oolt show at live Woodmen jilt-t- tho idyatlon for noma mqmnits, nnd at tlie Hurtfuul f llr proutirts on S.vt wiIkji tiny ruslud Xo the eVla of their Sept. 14. l'rev iidinlsiilon lo io tsround". fallcji crmunnnder and trlMl to niiousj him, the pa.ur of hi f.i,co .otl jjhan Mr,. II. S. C4tanl,bririJn, mt route 7, tfin Uie Otntilnl vmu to was ralleJ WtxliuvSclkiy to On The old KolrJir.i turntfl n,nay wjth of her little nijilifiv, Homer tho bedsi-ltJitn onj ly one nd M.r". A. Smith, fjn of Mr. thiy knojt ,by jjie ulc of tUir ctrlckcn I oomrnde. iMd'yr. iMarxiln BJick and lUxscoo Item "Our JTalher, whlcli art jn JioavMi," dT, vvlio aro engaged in Uie rovemia er btsan one of the eterons, and the vice n,t Owcnwlioro, nre iendjiiK soveiil otlitrs Jojned Mm n rojieajjlmg the m weeks vati.'lon mt tluflr hom'W Jn 41il liond's imiyor. ' I county. At tho conclusion of tlie projer, r.s Mr. Jihn J. wTljiVn', oT jMcmjfiia t(Iie aolnller arose, one of Jjlvm k from .the wall an Ameriian flij; and Fnr lUli fonl, a'f'n.'lwl tlio aX ll spread it over t'10 dtsvl nnl wti-- s also a illes-a,t- e (Thn J un,ty if" itflu Good JLoxuU silently Uie old soldlcra fft the liaj. from Olilo ,lody was taken Gn. ilacArtliurs Concitln. Mr. and Mr Ham Uijy. f Imipli;, first to an undartjakinjf ea'jibjliliiment Mr. and lutir to itls licme. MMll'm? Tenn., who lyue lunl Mm. W.II. GlHreple (this wwl: lift ThunsiUy t6r l'lcnaant Idse, iwlu'e Kentucky Democrats Subscribe they will bjt. Little- oT ltanilJt.oii. Ui,i KlV SUultilieww, Now York, Sent.. 9. From a Kentucky Ohio, wJio Juis b',en J,"i.ti'1K ',er ftit'i"r, standjiolnt tlie ftature of jt,he ono to Mr. Hcbr ALitthewa, lu IJst mad public by th" J he wull NiHit jKr piinO-mo- tr National Committee fqdoy Is tiiat btforc rtituniinig Iionir. on)y two Konjtueklans have (jliiiis far -- Mtnuli"Ie J.IUlo rfturn'p! to lij Uini9 it Owcnborci Tmfllnj, nffr n vWt fiero lw KiKit of Mr. tw'i Hlliy iuil .Mr. Allison Hirnclt. (Mr, -- Comrades. ? Store Fixtures For Sale! On & Mr. It. V. -- account of our quitting business, o I we have for sate at very low sacrifice prices the following: One floor cabinet National Cash Register. All latest improvements and a necessity to any well regulated business. Clothing Cabinet. Oak Case, holds 150 suits. Keeps them straight and dustless. Glass-Doors- , & -- cl lo n One iv-lu- ; b o .TIil-ol'- alut Two Cases. ot plate glagB top floor Show It vlu ntno e t.r-llinin- '(l tj., F. P. improved inverted light One system. In perfect order and no better one made. Will take less than half first cost. ht One Oliver No. 5 Typewriter. new. Same as St-it- e tk Triplicate Mirror, also one large plate Mirror, on stand, single. Iol( Gen-niT.- - I n b'n These and many other fixtures necessary to a good store for sale cheap. If you are going into business, we can save you a nice sum, but will sell fixtures to anyone who does not need all. Ask J! m eoreMl-butju- r.' imo-cranj- ic wli-er- body invited. Atmlaalon free. Anions nt.'mV.ne "tlinrie c A'H'ay tuid banbucue at Hart- Blvon $100 or o,vor They are .Urw Wooc! Sept. II son. of Owensboro, who contributed ford fair firounda on under tho direction of Hantfond Oamp and James B. Camp, of IQullsAdllie, Xo. 202 Woodmen of the World. Everywho uetl00. Tliefumls ibelnj? ialed by iilc-nlSa'-unl$1.-0- 0, t. K n Barnard St Cf. HARTFORD, KY. ?t3 various I rpn Cf BtU(to .nto-itow- iwlioare p4 Iulsfx-Ul- ijio cure, K)iJr LUK, Mjr. Mrn. O. B. James, Mcnsra. I. and Mr. Ji A'. and 'Imuon ,U C iMonton and W. B. pleasant .call- ' l Mclean. I irs at Ui1s oWIco Saturday.' ' iMr. John J. Williams, off Afeinphls. 13. MRIDlAiY. SKIVDBMBKIt gnind Tenn. arnl,ed In Wartford (Tuesday Mrs. J. S. leisure iuilJutt! daughter, roue C HanyQunl, maid the 'lie aftomoon tyc a brief vjt.t. iM,r. WilMutijtoan a peasant v'! Jlrjday. liams lwU a (.UKinatlve poeUion prftfr E. Railroad Time Table M. H. Mis little rqturjwVl tq her the NovciHiy iQandy Co., and Wb many at Hartford, Ky. Tuesday alter a friend, ihere ore Bjad ito know of his We have Inline n. awn-sbpn- o received I ' sufxxvu. time card etfectWe Monday vlH hare Willi Atjfis 3Ury Sjfiiir,4ltv?. some parties notice lioraa WA.NTKD: . iAuf. 2W. juj jx-- t ylne you ,cone to Jtart- - for ' Medicine Man with County, and We route In Sjajary of Dezterville, Ky., will be No. 112 North Hound due 7:18 . xo. torJ p ft Jn your ipockt l0 If you can esbajblsh an,d Comir(Lwlon daily except Sunday. p The Jl0pubiican a jihar. here on Saturday, the fact tliat yoivcan Kijt row'-U.-. He. 114 North Bohb4 w,3:0 p. . , Mr a3rf Mrs- - 'to01 A N'sinsf, of ' once itxj ithe Apply at dally except Suatey. 14th, 1912, wanting: to buy tJiejr v.- " MO,VAnCH MEDdCIiNE CO, No. JJ Bouth Bound tee 8:46 a m maartl. 'K'" suckling: mules. callon In Hartfond unj .McLcun, coumt(y. In Care Tills OfHe. several dallv xtMOt 8u&dy. Bound due 1:4C p m. if you nwu n eooi wheat dri'u catr Tlie examitnjns itnla'j of Messrs. Maok Better get your mule colts Na. 113 South ' dally except Sunday. and fee mc about Uie kind I 'siV. Henha;w, ATx Uozirth and Willie Burr-- , M1SCHKE Ast etf 8. I--. KING, Hartford, Ky. ton, clnrsrod iwilW liootinr o,me epiorod in shape and bring: them H. E. men soveinal idayiS ago, wios Palled before in. . Messrs. J. J. Tomie .and V. Judso WepfciTnji yauterday morning. The Wilson, of Mmllepwy, wore iPlnwuxt dal'-oBLACK & BIRKHEAD. Mrs. A. C. YV.wr ip attending Itho at i'ie Itopuh'liiun otfin jWeduep-da- deiftwidantn maived examlpning itrfal and r I ' were bound fo 'tjlie acon of Uie I its iwoek. ' Ktate rmr i ' October jjiiaad tjury. Ladies Circle Entertained. MJ.-- a Wlnnlu Sx.iii.iii nmim onUvcfiivd nvi' Mr. ami Mr. Ilwur CsvoH Duine! ii0 Joff Watteraon wid The 1.14103 lOircta of the Woodman of n fr.w uf Jit frlonds Tue, Uy icjvcnimr f or quite jick. 7. uro both ojioned a b tix'kiinvlHi Jiop nit John tlie Wou'd jjavo nn eatentaln,m'Jit 'at .Mis. Bxmiuii llo.hiyx.k, who Juis bivn li"r euot. Mis Mary rpley, of Uvr. D.uilojs o'd sliop where they wiyi riraterndty Hall lat eenlog; "lyi folI more. I iuit HI, 1h jiukJi better. a Buuerul) Ivioksnilth butlniws us lowing program was FiuhedulfidVlr! ' Mr. IW. U Vile"ofmi WV 'l Jlr ' S.lAJukh, of roils I'le, ima in fol'ojws; bupiey and waaon wpcrk, PjHws, Wojaome-o- v. J. H. Wil'lam. of Hartford ywrttrdiy in tho Interc-flIwijuo jVionlni; and itc. All. wicM k S'Viran-tYPlPiusmt iJit WedmffVO. Itoiponse and J'Jiaaer Kldcr W. 1Jn-,nHlir--- "Uw Uf0 M I ' to rfvo aitfaotionj i. the t10 Cuaiiw ' "' C9 Ijrtia M3rt(n. Jeff .Wa'.teirivui & CecJJ Durn)!;. pwHt .f JHW. W. M. rjjr. a" frMfy "" lrtUr-- T,,, """ bu , h3m u The f unmi of Tliojiia, Tayjor, t' 5 W,hy I BoluJig to fjio Clnl 5ov. . Mr. W. f. BJhvmlw 1" lt',w,p - "ll,wl c" '"l":'"l--a Pendleton. ' lltLJo .son of iMr. mud Mr. C. 10. Huinter, Wh tti OWPnrw. f.iM i ml f Alp Aiihur J.ohiv irnrtM I ' at tlio ft"lly residence last Musj- cwas .t Mr. Tlioina-- s U k4iH. ni I;k?ns I tlnvi wrtk. jong to ths tijiLiy atjt'JToon. ,ltev. T. V. Jojnsr, Wha,t It Cotts to th wieuk. 'WU3 in I.iuJhv1 Anton, WJun you mine to tlie WVudnixn Pic- of .t.lio M. J3. 0'mill, So,u;,h, poiiduc,teid i. V. ,Tned,dejr. Mr. C. 1). limn, 0010.1011, jiW t,w nic tonion-oI bn.jie n.lnB u iVl!tur to the (Stnkxjj uvl tiPf'ko in ' (iiVj of M,iwIe llenuilir an u ilcuaiiii mil l'tidai. pay for u years HubaioruHtjo;! jo Tie tomJereot HymruUiy and ' minfont, of WJiat (tlno Woodmen Ciie js Do "Mani'n tnwTV.'M Attornry Qtt" T, lt. Iluriwd. dwipa-i-t QlwJiau Jwo and (V1QiH,stv T a ins-Snubli.un. . .. Mil. NlJ.ll J. .... ' TJie .funeral of Air. Iud'' B. Balk UTJtle fonm waa 'oihl to reijt Jti tho Mui of AWIdirf. ftTm ti win 'Mr, I Iteojiliig-So- v. Anna Kljwi FQTt.l prfmliwl on Huivluy C8tenibo.r family J,ot In our tftjpnt C.ity. I iMudA- cof 10 ml iillitoh CJiuix.li by Jtiv. Harjwr, nloaant unJiw sut Hits ufftc. Jflrjiiky. T,h arg;e fjrour m, and twjicljiijj on. ot vuv.f iximi. Mrs.- - W S. Dwiii airJ HW flllns matuHi. ' to Mr, C B. Car. An old outfit Itetrofihmeulp. stale K,,lr W,lH Imt forgot UkO tMcfUu glvn at the dsn, of.FVurd.'ivifie, o,s tAtV' 'deiHtrojvd BunnV', ni.t",eJ I uxLr. d fair rouiuvt at llu.rtfud by Hiuufoiu Wednegr'eiy idVuhit. Tlie flio wtub dbfOv-oreMchenry. BjViout 11:30 In tlie cardinK ,Mr nn,l SIr. jAlin T. Mqro niW)ild. Ca.nm No. 202 W. O. AV.. on tiiAur wjlfo of Mr. yi . (mm Uie flour'mljl Sunt. 110 Born fp ,4;h ddy sppt. H. W wliili wan efimnnated ta (th tttuiL'a t.lVii'r fi IouifiritfJ Hound' ' ' The uijiijin of tlio fire U not kuorwn., utii ClwveB W. Jklullkta an elovcn I wck. Mr. M. Uciui lis been Uttinb" In boy on August 18- - Mother and 'child twv there iff Millie U'Uef thai it bojj tlio Tute 7i y,,, oiilo County J4I. B. .. "d" WtnerlfiUJ, I ' doing fine. imturwyi Monday trom h vtslt Jn In- - Uvta iw.. dwnln tlie u,b"nii.'e of (Man. wur,k of an Hiiciiqai')' TUio eu(pmnt Tlie stork left a nine poiund boy nl ' wua llnsuivd for 12,000 but .u'iutd ariver-- c I , janfi. Mif SJiiiilriw. M,rn. )lanip MaddQX ulARaJB Ituiiidritd hlwhcr, und Mr. the Itome uf Mraiid "licTider and' lauh,"r, MI" jMr, j, s, s.uwnrH, jTUnllr nf tjbe Mr. iW. B. on Sout. 3. und abO an cloven pound Caiflcn Aiad ipivurtiSiuaUy ixnple,tid a !'" rn.unul Jlonduy fropi o vilit oi;o Oaunity Jrui Co., jvl'ol hi boy. IP Mrs. Mantin Ouddls on Autruot Jth-oq'4 it. PfK'O uiijjy Js now I ' nwiihor, Mi. UsiWJo J'ujuilerj, tf Ijouli- - to I at lTeiiliK. . u iJinwe miliiu.' mauhllive, us Wits tlra HUi. ' '' ' 31ajuiy7ot"5IOilP"ifllfl, VV. 'l" Mri. Cune vrfvo ua been il'll.ll: her iMw. Klwwe was itlie onjj" one In tlue county. - this w-c- k Mr. and Mrw. AJ(vJ,n iKotwe Kentucky ncwiipaipers liavp not yt'leen jtptakd, and tJiey.W,n JifJd to tie showing of thte BlutgrTa.8 State. But even 4jhen Kentucky is aJ)out ijVtst in the Hat of Btafcp. The najnaep of John C. C. Msyp an,d Johifn emo M. Camden, 'among jtho, oraita In Keatucky were not on the Ijtt ' aa made pub1c itoday. I 99999999999999999999999H J it k nnusiwra just that The Home Restaurant LILES & BORAH, Props. g St Sept fi J CROMWELL, KZY. l i"" Meals and Lunches at all Hours Fine Candies, Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks and Fruits. K I it m y. ov-e- YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED, oon-du- ct 9VV9999WWWW?WW9WVW Hartford is About I 130 Years Old And the oldest residents tell me that I have the moat and artistic display of Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Jewelry and Spectacles that has been carried here at any time. The quality, which is higher an the price, is the only reason back of the steady increasing demand for my goods. Step in and take a look the next time you are in town you don't have to buy anything-- . The highest grado Watch Re- pairing done also. te t w - J 1 tr I I v. I HB 4H aVE2 mp f9BBjjr ll.Iuir l. I oy. I I nvt-ulti- ii1i I bu,ii, L,et the Baker Do ; ; ; ; tke Work Do tie World Delegate to Us The Buying of tke Fuel and Flour. I " Kf, Ky. ; ut nilwi trl'-mt- fonin-r- y WJ n01"6! Is ItJ1" Air. iW. W. Duncan, pohjiw-iH- t ait over making bedtu will Mr. W. "a.nfenijtT'Sr'Uoaia, yrtcn Thuiwkiy tar Duavhoii rtyitais, ivh;ro wnuuan hcuWiy or beautinot make a " at J tr S) ful. Sho iust sat out of doors, wilk iill tie wlU jnU a few Uh. , "',0 viv r mA - ,a,t J. JUKlflur from- lndUUn5 f,m ""'' Cneel. ewry day and take Chan , , a mile or two a )ro- - Ky., gr a b.w wo .,, I. v; coun,tiiy tfun fwt" over the borwJn'Jj Tab'tts to Imp novo liur Ulg1- ,. (Jib W. O. W. VIZ- -- .1 ! aifUHrlCld (JlU iKUWU.U. Ij.ij.lt J " IliCfiMfup ....,.! IV w" WmifJi w; JUrAJi.Wl,, tlqn andiujate Jijar bcnyelji. ior wJfl BTpuoU Hf 'Haford the .fwd-a- t Uie 'ft-Klc Mt (k.A K..'te(g 'by aS H iLtuiav- .". , w...U4,rd;,1j,,J..'-t- " ..(mwLLj.wL.u.i ln Oicre. Henry, and Mi.. iVuiiif" lft atjo lleury, 'wire I jv. u. ir"Mt ti:,'i i')fff, ui M!. Jl ltuiuilng up und ilown btlrrs, ujid btnvUng uwa'p-In- jt "l ' Wl.i' tiin), ddJi ' ,,,';. imtf. parentis at lnU. Ky., )vu rwiuined r tyr Mr, f. ia, inilU1"(asj,tioii J. Titlitnor. Mr. Gcoijge W. Bwehrirt hut takijn charge of the hulustrfal Mr Assqiilaitlon hoirj as inanaxer. OlurjeM Caijsi, wlio liejrl lie jionjUon forwry, has opem-- u meivuniUle pui' noasfor Jijnisaf lire in (he Joe Jujinea ' h-I J. B. TAPPAN i The Reliable Jeweler, Immum to Heat, Oar Shop is Neat, At Your Service Every Hour. WHY NOT KEEP COOL We're And Buy the Fiiisacd Product. BAKERT and Optician. Hartford, - Ky. MMtMMMM-tMM'M'- THE HARTFORD vvmy W. C.ScHLEMkEK, Prof. . jm ';,- - Mutmri-Jxv..anr- - -- . ?! 3V. ! .tiir-j.-o snnn- - f i x f :i ff,fWl FIRE SSmSO RIES Lvffil era TL1 '"' CLING TO OLD DESIGNATIONS 8portlng Language That Was Used HAVE YOUR SUITS In Direotbry County 02iie x, ya raMEosyuRr Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law fr the ' Middle Ages la Still Good Form Today. iBRICE'S CROSSROADS BATTLE I Prominent Part Taken by Third Iowa Cavalry In Battle and Retreat Many Were Killed. j In answer to Comrade Ulley I will give a condensed report from Colonel Noble (Third Iowa cavalry) to Adjutant General Baker of Iowa, writes W. p. Hayden of Portland, Ore., In the National Tribune, which ought to satisfy him aa to the part the cavalry took at Brice'a Crossroads: Headquarters Third Iowa cavalry, Near Memphis, Tenn, August 9, 1S64. "Sir: 1 have the honor to report as to the part taken by the Third Iowa cavalry In the expedition unaer Gen., Bturgte. Approaching Brlce's Cross-- , roads at 11 a. m this command went Into line of battle by battalion on the, right of the main road, and soon after 4he artillery opened In front We then, advanced beyond Brice'a about 600' yards. After forming In line with the, balance of the brigade the cavalry was, dismounted and the horses sent to the, rear. Soon after we became heavily (engaged with the enemy, and held them in check for an hour. On the left of our brigade the enemy waa driven back three different times. At this' (Juncture my whole command was re--i Sieved by regiments of Infantry, and. ftraa retiring when the infantry became engaged. We formed a new line in their rear, rather than to appear to1 leave them In an emergency. "The contest lasted but a short time fter this, and the enemy was hotly pressing big victory, and, we took a second, position, mounted, to protect the retreating column. A column of squadrons was again formed facing the enemy and retired by alternate squadron, keeping the enemy In check. "Our greatest difficulty was to cross the awamp In our rear, and In it were caught most of the artillery and train Of the army. Arriving at Stubbs' plantation, we rested from 11 p. m. to 2 a. m., when we again moved toward (Ripley, holding the rear. At Ripley I found the Infantry filling the streets, and waa notified that the enemy was About to attack on the left I formed column of squadrons, faced to the rear, and at the same time was ordered to support the Fourth Iowa cavalry then in action. Deploying a I ordered it to the rear, and at the same time pushed forward another battalion In column to hold the road of retreat for the other troops. My ad- n, ous sports is our Inheritance from the middle apep. Different kinds of beasts when in companies were distinguished hy their own particular epithet, which vns supposed to be In some manner descriptive of the habits or the animals. To use the wrong form of these sports-mnwords subjected the would-bto ridicule. Many of these terms hnve passed nway, but some of them nre still retained. This list from the middle nges Is still good usage today. A "pride of lions," a "lope" of leopards, n "herd"' of harts and of all sorts of deer; a "bevy" of roses, a "sloth" of bears, a "singular" of boars, a "founder" of wild swine, a "route" of wolves, a "harras" of horses, a "ray" of colts, a "stud" of mares, a "pace" of asses, a "barren" of mules, a "team" of oxen, a "drove" of klne, a "flock" of sheep, a "trite" of goats, a "skulk" of foxes, n "down" of hares, a "next" of rabbits, a "clowder" of cats, a "shrewdness" of apes and a "labor" of moles. Also of animals when they retired to rest, a hart was snld to be "harbored," a roebuck "bedded," a hare "formed," a rabbit "set." Two greyhounds were called a "brace," but two harriers were called a "couple." There was also a "mute" of hounds for a number, a "kennel" of rnches, a "litter" of whelps and a "cowardice" of curs. This kind of descriptive phraseology was not confined to birds and beasts, but was extended to the human species and the various propensities, natures and callings. e n Much of the language used In vari- USELESS il "Henry," began Mrs. Sweet tentatively, as her husband finished bis breakfast, and reached for the morn-lingpaper, "I'm going shopping to- day." responded Mr. Sweet from " behind his paper. I "I need some things from down-'towHenry," Mrs. Sweet went on. "Besides, I'll have to change that rlb--, bon you matched for me. It Isn't the right shade." I 's I "Uh-huh,, "Uh-huh.- Cleaned sTl i Pressed tp. uye-in- g J Kcpainng ana neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. Mill). " "Henry," said Mrs. Sweet petulantare listening at all." "Course I am," returned her husband, as he turned to the sporting page. "You said something about a shade." "I said," repeated Mrs. Sweet, with emphatic distinctness, "the ribbon you matched for me Isn't the right shade." Mr. Sweet lowered his paper and looked across at his wife. "It's baby blue, Isn't It?" he asked. "Yes, It Is," returned his wife. "But you know, Henry, 1 haven't been able to wear that shade of blue this last ten years." Mr. Sweet lifted the paper to his eyes, then lowered It again. "Why not7" he asked. Mrs. Sweet studied her empty tealy, "I don't believe you cup. ULDO., HARTFORD, KY. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE Proprietors SALT PUT TO VARIED USES -- Invaluable to Mankind Though as a Condiment It Should Be Employed Sparingly. ruined with too much. Unappetizing cooking is often due to guesswork. A level teaspoonful of salt is sufficient for a quart of soup, sauce, or vegetables. Salt used once a day is an excellent dentrlfrice, tending to keep oft tartar. It la said to retard receding gums. A half teaspoonful of salt added to a cup of hot water which many persons take each morning will make it palatable. Do not gargle with salt water. Throat specialists consider it injurious to the tender mucous membrane of the nose. Salt water rota the hair, so never fail to rinse with fresh water after sea bathing. To set color in wash materials and embroidery cottons soak them in strong salt water. An excellent tonic for nervous people Is to take salt rubs twice a day. As sea salt dissolves slowly, some of It can be kept In solution in a glass jar to be ready when needed. When a child is Inclined to bow legs or to have a weak back, rub it night and morning with strong salt water. A faded carpet is freshened if wiped off with a wet cloth wrung from strong salt water. Sprinkle floor with dampened salt and sweep well. Bad dyspepsia can be helped by dissolving pinches of salt on the tongue after eating, or when there is a sense of oppression. If food Is tasteless wlthont salt it is "Why not?" her husband persisted. "Because I am growing stout," she answered, reluctantly. Mr. Sweet stared. "ijpw does that bar you?" he asked. "Some people are so dense," his wife returned, pointedly. Mr. Sweet grinned. "Am I worse than the majority?" he asked. "You are worse than some," his wife qualified. "For Instance?" Mrs. Sweet balanced a spoon on the edge of her teacup. "Cite a person," her husband challenged. "I could," asserted Mrs. Sweet "Do," her husband encouraged. "There's Mr. Joy" began Mrs. Sweet. "Who's he?" interrupted her husband. "He lives In the brown cottage across the street" explained Mrs. B LAGKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK 2nd Mon.luy-- Circuit Court T. F. Mrkhend, JudRe; Ben V. ninco, Attorney , V. V. Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. Darren, Clerk; F. L.. re-IlMaster CommlMoner; It. T. Collin", Trustee Jury Fund; T. 11. Hlnck, Sher11A.KTFORD, KY. iff, Hartford. lniuU(v- -. Ketmn, O. Ueuvur Umn, 0. 1'. luiuto 5, Haft Will practice IiIb profelnn In ifelo fonl, V. r. ttirp, luwiw. Court )and amntlcH. Commercial iuiiI wii j vtm first Monday in and Ounliml I'mctJce a Specialty. UnuMu.rtwks!thudM.,i..yinjMil. UCtolit-two wvulu; tlilnl Mondiiy In two wtckn. County Court-- U. It. Weildlnn, Judge; W. 8. Tllieley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court contencs flint Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Coiirt-ncKon HARTFORD, KY. the fourth Monday In February, My, Mfm. W. U. Biinii-- utid C. E. August and November. Court of Claims Convenes flrnt Tuen-da- y SmlUi annoiinoe that tlmy liavo (fonn-- a In Januury and first Tuesday In irtiuirliij' '0 B"orol pracOctober. tice of law, rxc.Qit cniniliuil and ulvw Other County Otflcvrt-- C. S. Mofie .Mr. Smith Indng County AtUxr-ay- y Survcjor, Ky., It. F. D. cA.t?, Is i!xivwn.Ul from pr.icti'clUR uuch No. 2; Itenmrd Fcitx .Auosor, Hartwill iitdlvidunJly ford, Ky., 11. F. U. No. X; Henry Leach, ocutftK. Mr. Ofttatti In Hartford; Dr. A. U. acctjt uuch practice Illlty, Coroner, Hartford. Hartford JJojtubllain building, HartJUSTICES' COURTS. ford, Ky. D. B, Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after SrU Monduy In March, Tuesday 3rd Monday in June, Tuesdvv after drd Monduy in September, Tuesday aft-3rd Monduy In Ueieinber, " ,ScoU. Cromwell, Wcdnedny ufter 3rd Monduy In March, Wednesday after i"i w."lu,ay In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monduy In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. HARTFORD, - KY. John H. Miles, llockport, Friday 3rd Monday In March, Friday after alter practice hli profession In all the Will Jrd Monday In June, Frlduy after 3rd adjoining counties, .ln mSU'1' In September. Friday after 3rd Courts of Ohio and Appeals. Also Noand ln the Court of icce ruber. Saturday tary Public, Office over First National fJiHViJ?iCk"?n' Monday JUuriii. Saturday f Bonk. ri a1 Mo,lllny In June, Saturday utter 7.2 ?iVn.ay .'" Member. Saturday MM'ay in December. 3rH . ill. (J. COflk Itunfrnu. H., Jon, J adjng Barnes & Attorneys at Law f" Smith lnn Ifeu-iK- Suixi-iiilenden- ur-t- er r Attorney at Law YANCYL.MOSLEY. U, Kay & fSSStf''' JS?. 'T Wlh." ' TuJa7 ufter X J. NEY FOSTER & Notary Public HART OR D, Ohio County Y. Matters Given Prompt Attenator" PENSION AFFIDAVITS utter tion. SPECIALTY. - "!'. lfl.uy Horseshoeing Iti fciuy ly yr a Specialty. ul Wednesday ufur I.,u Monduy Wednesday after 3rd Monday In In May; Wednesday ufter ind Monduy In August Noven GiriVJl AH P'tafd, FonUnllic, Tuesday Thuriiiiuy !" NoUJ.hUr day" iny J&AS l otnber, UAItTFOHD POLICE COUnT. KILL. AND Hartford. - Ky. IMSlndayi c?,l ACrowe' ,,c!'yc.?.uncr-Jh- - J""": Jtn CURE the LUNC8 COUCH . V'. urtr. .. JUJ,r, J. Jl. I. :.. H. Williams. ,. M.vnr- - """"US ton irta- - F- - Dr. King's New Discovery wi AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG SEEDS' MKOSjrS SEEM SOCCOI I S Tln&y br F F. Lowe! ? Suth-Servl- 1'tnUclion und ary. W. 11. taHi Haw. iMlim A trUl ftUi uksYon our Mnuarat cmtomcr. wUI ' SPECIAL OFFER: r11-tUa HEL1Q10US SEilVICES. cea F- - S,)Urch monrin TMU8LES. aVASANTXSO SATI8FA0X0UI OS XONXY KXOTNDXD. sweet '.g) Dental Training. Fifteen years from now if I have any teeth left for anybody to fool with I shall hire a certain Chinese boy to do the fooling," a New York salesman said. "He will be grown up then. I saw him the other day down in was pulling pegs out (We Formed a New Line In the Rear. Chinatown. He of a board with his fingers. The pegs rvance in line was made under severe bad been driven pretty tight into holes In the board, and it took a good deal "fire, but officers and men were cool and kept a steady line. The enemy of strength to get them out " 'That Is a funny game for him to was checked and the position held until his object attained. Then General play,' I said to a white man who knows the quarter. Crierson ordered me to retire. "To retire was difficult, for the ene"'Game!' said he. 'That is not n my, having no resistance elsewhere, game. The boy Is going to be a denwere flanking as well as pressing from tist. His folks have made up their the rear. Their fire wus redoubled as minds about that, and he has comwe moved again upon the road. In this menced early to strengthen his fingers. stand we lost several men. Much re- They train them that way In China lief was given to the infantry regi- because there they pull teeth with the ments who were retiring from Ripley, fingers. He will not pull with his finand the enemy did not escape without gers here, but the strength and skill punishment; his flag was seen to fall will come in handy, just the same." three times under our Are and many of his men were killed and wounded. Dog Policeman Travels Beat. Platoon after platoon was thrown out An Irish terrier named Jerry, which right and left along the road, presenting a front to the rebels. This method has developed a wonderful capacity of defense was continued throughout for police work, Is now stationed at the day. A cavalry force and an In- Surblton, England. The terrier, ownfantry command Anally appeared and ed by a sergeant of the Metropolitan gave my regiment temporary relief. police, knows all the "beats" In the But the enemy, still pressing the cav- district, and always accompanies his alry, failed to hold their place, and a master when making patrol by cycle. portion of the Infantry was thrown In- Jerry's "speciality" is in the capturto confusion and captured. Colonel ing of stray dogs. These he lures In Thomas, commanding the Infantry, ap- a friendly manner to the police staplied to me for relief, and I formed tion, and then mounts guard at the another battalion line, supporting it tt'.te until the derelict receives official With several squadron placed at advanattention. tageous points. The infantry passed through my Una, and I was onoe more Boon to Those of Weak Heart. contending with the enemy. I was A German army doctor, M. Schurlg, Anally relieved by the Fourth Iowa cavalry. The losses in my regiment has put on the market an inventlou ware 62 killed, wounded and prisoners. which he declares will be the greatest John W. Noble, Colonel, Third Iowa boon of the century to sufferers from cavalry. heart disease. Those who will be benefited are such as cannot afford a ground floor or a bouse with an eleTrying Situation. "Well, Mike, I'm afraid It's all up vator. The invention consists of a With Barney Hennegan. He's to bo slipper that folds into the pocket. The slipper has a very thick and soft sole, hot at sunrise." "Yea, an Jt'a sorry 01 am for the and It Is maintained that' when worn moot devil. 01 don't think he'll lire Its properties are so wonderful that It Is easy to ascend flights of stairs. coning, phru the ordheal." "Fellow with Dundreary questioned her husband. "I am sure his whiskers are very nice," said Mrs. Sweet "How'd you like to see me break out in that kind of hailstone catchers?" grinned her husband. "H'm." ' urged Mr. Sweet "Don't "Say spare my feelings." A twinkle appeared In Mrs. Sweet's eyes, as she returned: "You couldn't wear them for the same reason that I can't wear baby blue." "Disqualified because of overweight, eh?" grinned Mr. Sweet. "But about the gentleman with the microbe-catcheris be less obtuse than I?" Mrs. Sweet nodded. "Got any other good qualities I lack?" went on her husband. "His wife can trust him to bring the exact things she sends him for," returned Mrs. Sweet. "Good eye, eh? Particularize some more." anticipates "He her slightest ' wishes." "Must be a wizard," commented Mn, Sweet "Go on." "He looks after the furnace in winter, without grumbling; and, In summer, takes care of the lawn." husband,' 'admltctd Mr. "Model Sweet "But how did you get such a straight line on him?" "Their servants and ours are acquainted," explained Mrs. Sweet. "I see," grinned her husband, much enlightened. elbe Mr. "Anything Model Husband docs that I don't and might?" "When the weather permits, he takes the baby out for an airing." "I took ours out the other night," grinned Mr. Sweet, "and when we returned you nearly broke up the game." "You ought to be ashamed of yourself, Henry Sweet," Bald Mrs. Sweet Indignantly. "The Idea of keeping that boy out till long past midnight!" "He's 16," asserted her husband. "And he feels the weight of his years, let me tell you." "Don't forget my shopping money," d Mrs. Sweet reminded him, as her arose from the table. "How much do you need?" he asked, taking out his pocketbook. "Twenty-fiv- e dollars will be sufficient," said Mrs. Sweet', after am moment's hesitation. bills Mr. Sweet took four from his wallet "By the way," he ventured casually, "I suppose Mr. Joy never shortchanges on his wife when she asks for shopping money!" "Mr. Joy Isn t in any business," Mrs. "You Sweet admitted, reluctantly. see, bis wife takes pupils." "I thought so," grinned Mr. Sweet, as he slipped one of the bills back Into the pocketbook and banded his wife 115. "There always Is a ny in the ointment somewhere. Here's my car MMIHiMbt to-da- y; U lb SBMt s Tral. Mw ahk.itwitifeiut-- l T nlewUd t Oaik fan vutc Write yMWXWWWAWWWWAWWWW Mention thla Pmper. nlS pastdr SEND 10 CENTSTftlutlsi 4 mtv tfclsj r HtH sMMunu IBS .BSOBK SSrJnTun '" 'aor w- - Jm 9:. "lecllD eve?y Wed- - " Wricht p' m- - i lMtrvetiT IBS a sua ! vIWStMMSs if JLW. Mb!, .. TWWWVKttL b..a... 'i WfUUSBT WIIA mm jTMhv OK JMSHSW nj Dlf i WWUM - Sunday Scool " 7 ML SECKET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 76. F. A A. U meets llrst ana third Monday nteht In paCtm?"th- - Jwen un'f. V,'. M.. fcecretury. Keystone Clmpter No. 116. meets every third Saturduy It. A. MIn night Electric Bitters it Succeed when everything else faBe. In bctvous proetratioo and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, aa thousands have testified. Hurtford Chapter No.' FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUILK NEW UNDER ANY THE SEWING "nc mhi8, n5',i.Mr.CT i M. MACHINE OF QUALITY.) w pS"iiJ"er, "'V'1" Andcfon, Secretary. very ?nuAfo,u"h Monday even': W. M. MU O. E S to the best medicine ever aold over a druggist's counter. "Ke No. HO, KnlBhts of Tuesday iilK,t. NOT SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME Quality Considered it Hartford' Tent No. 93, K. O. T. M nM,VV,e,ry1f,,r,lt1 am'. tUlri Thursday Conunandur-1- . I ' Foreman. Itecord Kieper Sunshine Hlvo No. OTM L meets every first and third n each month. Mrs. Griffln.t!?dy Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have .the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to careful to get the genuine BUck-DraugHT, ' JieSSr Keerpe"' L"U Ohio Tribe No. "ton.n,Lady WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchases tho NEW 1IOMK you will lmvo a life asset ut tho price you pay, and will not hu ve on end less chat n of rcpal m, S?: ', ' IfTtouV'S' yn,?c'i'CCOn1, . 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Hlrrnlirv.'I'r.u.ii.i.iL oWoods. . lulfi faxlilnns la rloiliei and lints, to Ntw rtlil(iii lifbleus In Milnnlilu Infuriiialliiii .ii nil homo anil (4k "mom( )u tatli U lwuc. Also " iimucri. Nuur War. It. V, 11a.. imiiorn. Suli. liMlajr nr si'U4 for frco hamilo copy. McCtll P.lt.ru n ill pimlrio you to ItinM In your own Iioiiiii. Willi ',ifi iinnliiimls I'lnililiiKlor VOJIMlIf Ullll tlllllltl-l- l Wllllll Hill hulH'lft-tt- . Ill siylo iimllit. l'llir tuin liielit-rlliaFend lor fri-- I'aiTi'ru Cuiulotne. ( Wt Will Cii Ys Fwt PrtM.li fur ri'tilnir sub scrlpUdtn nmoiiK s our f i leiitti. s.'iul for froo rrcmiiiiii CuiiiloKuti uml l'ali I'Mii-Odethe mccau coKrm. m za wi 37Ui st, new you m mm frro lnrlt.illnir Only MTll'U uiuo uoumy urricers: H. U Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford, Ky. V. Ford, Treas., Iluitford, Ky. 'fiyst" COUNTS' BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. "Dey say dat Bill bas an angel for L L. B. Tlchanor. Hartford. It. F. D. a wife." No. . s. B. C. Hartrord, Reynolds, Ky. "Yep, and 1 guess It wont be long S. If. 8. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. ' before he'll find out wbat set sbe 4, B. L. Alford, White Hun.' Ky. longs to." I. Richard Pbiaur. Taylor ki&M,Xy. . 3, L. Srewa. ftwkveet. Ky. O 'Ww"! mm .. iSVXBS TELEGRAPHY ..117: IIS BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRlTINGlaa V Pnalii, ku .L Children Cry for Fletcher's ypmiii Tr?.. "Just-iiN-good" DIVINE REWARDS " ARE ETERNAL LIFE, Divine Punishment For Incor- rigible Is Eternal Death. Pastor Russell, In Eloquent Discourse, Ohio, Yesterday at Columbus, Brought Comfort and Satisfaction to Many Who Listened to Hi Exposition of a Text Misapplied by Many. Columbus, Olilo, bbbbBWKBS Sept 8. Pastor Eev Itussoll clioso for 'aaSKH his tuxt trxljy one that has doubtless bK.k; b1 been misapplied by many theologians. It was tbe last verse of the Parable of the Sueop end the (Jo fits: "These shall go away Into everlasting puniIPASTOkl RUSSElD shment, but tho righteous into life eternal." Matthew xxv, 40. Pastor Kussell proved on this occasion, ns he usually does, that he has a long lead on many of the theologians of the past and present His position with respect to this Parable Is that the application of It Is not to this Age, but to tho future one. This Is distinctly shown In the opening verse of the Parable Itself. 'he said: "When the Son of Mun shall come in tlis glory, and all the holy angels with nim, fArn shall Do sit upon tbe Throne of His Glory." sVaVaWlBT 1PICNIC1 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. 4rj7i' Ttio Kind ou Huvo Always Bought, mid which liru been ovit 0 years, lias homo tho signature oC uiid has been inudo under liW T& .. I0.""1 Pc'rvIshm sinewlts Infancy. Allow no one todeceho you lit this. AW Counterfeits, Imitations and uro but i:)lct'Iiiifiits tliut trlflo with and cmlaiiKcr tlio Iipulth o Infants and Chlldreu-Uxnerluugalust Experiment la tiso for TtrA. nco Cnntnria is a harmless snbstltuto for Castor Oil, Pare-irorl- c, Drops and Soothing Sjrnps. It is tdeasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narootlo Kithhtanee. Its nco Is Its gtiarantcc. It destroys Worms mid allays Fcvcrlshncss. For more than thirty years It lias been In constant tiso for tho relief of Constipation . Flatulency, "Wind Colle, all Teething Troubles und iarrhua. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels. nssiniUates tho FoinI, giving healthy ami natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA m 4 wlfl v" GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (2L&ffffl&&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Us For Over 30 Years TMt CtNTSUN COMMNV. TT MUST STftCCT. KW TORK CITT. 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Fataa OSta, vuuuu N ALL ii Mi-rr- i i I tlllltlsTlSrlslrjll'-- ,TA7i MTLKD TAPLE1 BE Mtatloa- thla Writ ijtO'dMy u f as iwtrs I 'S "J ' el.laa1-a- tJ liL ZsUi til ftUsit Uk Bm I tMfcWaxl,l.J.4rUllWk. I ftilstlsl lisMd. WtlM Ml rtsUU. Tea nAfjMsiatsBiBraVUOM Of a sjwntmBsnu. sjsaasjssurau a e T . 0 . a . nt iit rail ..lli... w..hua eite as. I. itmiwnpe i 1U VUlf HAD J waits Iixrssei isuy ewai ve sjiwawea sausne ifsaw SWe sakSMeSllsTl sjiarer. I M IM H I"""'" WASI rlOTon, u. x. ULI, facifcM "BBS& i oAfifwom (AV m '77 7ec&i W 0r?ietna. ? or POSITIONS' Plentiful iBOAMh) r 'Z2t 'usness fom$tfs1wfimn r4to. Greeri2tJt'ieH 7wietd$y, '&4& ZJowurg Greer, US'. i22arwwoi evident from Scripture that the truo Church will sit with Him; that the nations will be the remainder of humanity. As proof of this he quoted Scripture: "To him that ovcrcoineth will I grant to sit with Mo in My Throne." iHevclation HI. 21.) Another. "To Mm that ovcrcoineth will I give power oer the nations." (Revelation II. 20.) And again. "Know ye not that the saints shall Judge the world?"-"- all nations." I Corinthians vl. 2. That this work of judging and reigning over the nations of earth Is not to hours, be during a dny of twenty-fou- r he said. Is evident from Scripture also. Tor Instance. "They shall be priests of God nnd of Christ and shall reign with Him a thousand years." (II Peter ill. 7, 8: Itevelation xs, C.) There Is no doubt that the correct view of the doctrine of Election has much to do with clarifying the theological atmosphere of tho miasma of the past. If everybody could get tho nible focus upon this Important doctrine, every other theological question would become as clear ns noonday. If everybody could see clearly that the trueChurch Is being elected, or selected. In this Age, according to faithfulby ness nnd way of preparation for the great service to be rendered the world in the next Age, there would be few problems remaining to be cleared up. The) Sheep the Coats the Fire). Tbe Parable proceeds to show tbe separating work that will progress exercise throughout the thousand-yea- r of Divine power and authority on earth. At Its conclusion all the peoples of the nations will hare taken their places, either as sheep or goats. To the sheep class will be said. "Come, ye blessed of My Father, inherit tbe Kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world." This carries tbe mind back to the time when tbo world was established. Adam being Its first representative was, by Divine command, given dominion, or rulershlp. .over It all was given tbo Kingdom of earth. But be proved bis unfitness for further exerresponsibilities cise of bis by placing himself In opposition to bis Creator and on the sldo of the Adversary. At once Adam lost bis dominion, and lost also bis right to eternal life. The sheep class of tbo Parable represent all of Adam's race brought back to perfection by the process of Restitution during Messiah's reign of a thousand years. (Acts III. 10 21.) To tuem will come the dominion which Adam lost and which Jesus redeemed at Calvary. Next tho fate of tho goat class is stated not In literal langunge, but in symbol. It should be borne in mind that "without a parable spnke Ho not to tho people." In other words, everything which Jesus said to tho people was figurative, to tho end that only those of the right condition of heart might be able to understand, ns this was tbe character of the class that God designed should be accorded tbe honor of reigning with Messiah over the earth. To these "It is given to know tho Mysteries of the Kingdom." The message of the great King to the goat class, the Parable proceeds to show, will be, "Depart from Me. ye cursed, into everlasting fire prepared for tbe Devil and bis angels." There Is people a large class of who while thinking that the goats represent an Incorrigible class, insist that the tire is real, and not symbolic. Out there is an increasingly largo class of Bible students u ho recognize, said Pastor Russell, that "firo" throughout the Bible is used figuratively to represent destruction. He pointed to St. Peter's summing up of the fnte of the Incorrigibly wicked ns follows: "These, as natural brute beasts, made to be taken and destroyed, spent evil of the things that thoy understand not; and shall utterly perlh In their own corruption."-- !! chnracter-development, God-given short-sighted (V. 31.) And besides, the Pastor said. When the Son of Man shall sit In His Throne and have before Hlra all nations, It Is I THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Hirtford. try to pay about 1113 -:- - entuckv. expanse f of He hurnidjy tufel ti,,B aupjOrtid Hhlrt bislia hla trousons. Itwo nnutos la o tor whan the &unl'y aroso trpm xfar Yellow Jacket Stingers. And Chump Clark sayjs ho will tale tjibo thore iwas a cna3h. Tlo dishes the stump for Wilfwn. lie Hid batter lay a broken mags im the floor. Tho take Jto t,a't tlm jpung man puHad three fot of Ui la;e the atumpg-an- d ' table lOloith out of 1U 'broachea and ber. fhl (tliru (jhe doir. Ho Is now In hidHow Debt explain Ura.i the Bull in kicked tour fact ing nni tjho sirl l on rjio Ijook out for Uncle Joe, Cannon SIoosw stolo all 103 t,limW? and seven Inches the other dgiy nit a a pf& bashful lover, wilp ppn toll hl 0 little tournditnnt. Dut Uncle Joe litul shlnt ftwm u tabje c3rtli. iFirpm the Tlis ISu'l Itoose anJ Hiram Johnson bien kicked Juardar ilian (fitK iwlvon hs YHow Jacket, Moravian I'tijls, JN. C. hurrjaJi boja, hurrah. held tho gavel. $175,000 mveyuau.on- - o cotton bills In or- Clause will h9 a'long Well, Santa der to ,'e.t the mill men all o',-- r tlie Xma.3. Ms t1irt5' By itfia tlmo ajl country xp oe tihelr ;a,bor tor Jn'.m. moss of politics will be over, and Tho Yo" low Jacket Hopey Jts frtends Tho President ol tho United Stats will hae cooled off, sutUed down and lus a.bo,ut as muoh to do wi'-i- ifche Ultjh all Juuitls happy. . cost oflhlng- - as a rabbit, Tatt eteis t'1 Deafness Cannot Be Cured by intuit appJcaAlotis, as thiey cannot ncajoh t,tio dlseaned portion of the oar. for and hen.ee we don't give a cpnitlnantal red cent wihother we Jltx." wlUi any of the In this muddlo of darkness we all parties or mat. What we want Is wlJi tlU November had come and onj stransljt out honesty and fajr play. o o,ur sentiments. oc- - Them's r. Say, you lias it over o curod ,to ou fcliat no one ever pepetated Tihe goose tliat 'lays the golden egg a soandclous tory wHi a good purpose , , Isn't on tih market. (That Mad of a o We will give One Hundred Dal'ans for lUiojt tpapp n fclie ships ,mntom that a fallow has goose (Is Ilka The ftrst any case of Oeafnqas (caused b tteas is t,o tlw iniiistiit. Jn tact the goose fjifi-- lay aatamh) that cannot ba cured by Harl'a bcjfiin tjo bleed egg should ba arrased tor hear Mm commence to quote bo and a fi;Utn Oatainnh. Qure. Sand for circutana free. ' attempitang 10 eait its nefst. to'that he mad In the Socialist paper. P. J. CHENEY & QO.', Toledo, O. o Sold by Druggists, Tic term doesn't seem to And tho recall of judgws seems tp b3 The third Toko Hall's flamlly iPJJ'a for const!-patkbother lUie people much, and It may qule a fad. If a Judga in r&2iXi , him 'and ne now liayo a law be the foiling fJ do wait far November, o that will call ldm 'in. fifok of. pan-for- d iwho when getting under fire reTlsat was a whoje Jot of none on FOR FLETCHER'S the part of Lorpusr asking the coun- - signed p. d. q. The ,C0. Thai's "IIo'l." See Slat. XIH, nothing no ice praam proportion, dear rwadar. Yiol'jow Jacket Is aslclmr' the, coming elieatton In "sab-totet ni. Jnjves-tfuSate o Th,are a onii' one way Up carp it'safnoss, and that Is by constltutlonAl riJnviU 3. Deafnesa Is caused by an J nt. am ed (con u9 dition of the murpua ilntng pt tfve toichlon Tfibe. Wiien Uils ituba Is ou have a rumbling fpuad or Impflrfeict ihearjng, and Wien It Js dosed, Deafr.oai is tie result and unleis tho Inflammation can be taken out and ithis tube restored tp Ita ntymaf. oondj(tjlon, hoanlnx wl'4 be datrojod jor-av- er nlna cases out of item pre caused by Catarnh, whlcjh a notlilnig ibu,t an laflagmed pondHJon of Uie mucous Children Cry 0 Constipation, if Neglected. Cause Serious Illness Constipation, if neglected, leads to almost innumerable complications affecting the general health. Many cases ot typhoid fever, appendicitis and other severe diseases are traceable to prolonged clogging of the bowels. Regard-- t h c effects o f constipation, C. K. Aycrs, 6 Sibin Montpelier, St., says: Vt, "I was nflllcted with constipation and biliousness for years, and ut times btcame so bad I would become unconscious. I have been found In that condition many times. Physicians did not seem to bo able to do me any good. I would become weak and for days at a tlmo could do no work. Not long ago I got a box of Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets, und after using them found I had never tried anything that acted In such a mild and effective manner. I beliovo I have at last found the remedy that suits my case." Thousands of people arct sufferers and from habitual constipation while possibly realizing something of the danger of this condition, yet neglect too long to employ proper curative measures until serious illness often results. The advice of all physicians is, "Keep your bowels clean, and it's good advice. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets arc sold by all druggists, at 25 cents a box containing 25 doses. If not found satisfactory, your money is returned. MILES MEDICAL CO.. 7 Vepbw Jacket Isn't o$tomjrnns any defense of any one who itaa rnjp-pj- d Famous Recipe of Martha his trolley. ,We liiave been a Republican for a great many years but Washington. naiar before was there auoh a uaitfoty Philadelphia, Spt. ot oxplfitacrs na t what Is Republirofjpo for tiroaerivJnff ptnn ha canism. It Ijopka llko to lia,ve ufl ib"en brought ito light among qo,mo unwrong for tlio "tia-dozen Jiearp or 30. published po'onlal iijiera In tha pojvjs-sl- on Dom'it It make you dizzy JUram? The of Mrs. Arvllja llAlonPUgi. ' rot(inu is as foUlws: from The YolVxw Jacket rarely ilovlat Tlio patrs ithoultl be .very rosh. iWajh Its discussion of political tmUhiy In to for and put thorn Into boiling ordne to relM3 a joke, but livro if ono Ucntovo and put 0'inm minute. ino whtojt 'is aald to hae Javi (gulfed rlpo cold wo.tcr. JCe.t 'put tlio fruit Into iv an:l Jutiy right liene (n our qsvn lopnuanod sjriyi of nuga,r prwl w ier. cality and we (Vvi't Uasltutu "to Kiy It a lia'f pound ot sugar fqr nCory iaun4 can ba varltiod f nqaeoittny. Ona cf of fruit; wu,fcor iy dissolve. Knw ci3lt our mUUbor town idudqs (wlno Is usuaily tor a quartor of on hqur. Iteinovo tuul bashful and is courting a luumg lady put on plates to cool, ilown itoll of FlCUi Avenue, Jlonivkan illadl (iil'-e- d Jts original quantity. Put to a fuw aXternoont) aao to ejiend Uie syrup (nto Jars and ,i 1(1 bran Jy and evianlng iw,lth her. Whdlo (thano l,t Saa,i wJUle ho rajlnlng 'and (jluo girl's falior asked lijm to tvniujn over ndglit Tho Repels Attack of Death pot mor,nag wlicn ho ua3 Jtivltrfl to wry ntluojantly "lUvo jiMrs ago two doctprs fold iu a seat nt the tab,lo and aqoiptVd, Ho fcftt opposite tlio i(lrror I ltvlcjily two muns to Kvr," Til's n. tha,t iu bad (wwoitfaii startling wtaUimtnt was (null (y and idlaoovoo-f;to comb Jils hij,r when tie 'droimcid, lis Crfon, Malaclilto, Col. "Tfvcy to1'! folk on 110 floor, and as lie Htooyo1 10 mo I wouU die with nunvimpiUoti. H Pick Jt up, upsut his poftJ. itatttsrs wu up to irw tlion to try tha wont from bad to wotue MtUl fln,.i.!-tUyoung man quilt easing and utt lilx lung medlqlnu ""d I bK&an to uao Dr. luuds uti'ler tlio table. Tlio IVY" end King's Now Deputy, lit was Wll C Wast'i-Inaton's st trie CASTORIA t one-liaC- if po-tr- s HtU-ma- o brt Elkhart, Ind. Peter U, 12. of itho tabio cloth wa,s Jjng (n lii lap and iwhon J10 Vi'kV11'1 l' ,w t"!11115'' pao. Ha thought it was Uls nhlK, and t,hat An I1I3 ur"Ui lejooltomont wJil'e drohslng he iiud foiiiguititcii to put the garment Inside lii i(,rauirj, a' counted Xo,r. tho ,mll)s ifiid ilya Tli(ir wop ttu K4m to loje. did, faritoday I iwo my tlit andi'uins icur, ,ot unotlier vUiil" Ita folly lo puffer with cougjid, iwlds or other tluoat mid Jung troult'M now. Tako (tho curq Bofost. l'rk.9 (0 ceuU and $t.. Trlil bottle frco at all drugs1'- Ui-it'- vu .woyrklng niud M;ls great Uip) it tlittt ihas criw.tqd (Ui8rnna I urn 'tfa f ijjvi ; UNSUNG HEROES nTy o'ew.mnn In he jwirvfy JvHlnir HUMAN tho ovtlfimito of n. olief UU for l'o "vm kind "TlHr oondnot which it exhlbltl hy tlio anils on z'jiie rl.iV.fts and down the mlp. WJinn th IBi'M of diruj'r cam 4 Ovolr fluty !" iibwn in Alio htvttom of thi of ?w of ui on d'k. J n 1J10 the Tljinjile It Js (iH?i:hla to e.ttmato how miny llvi neiti tfivtvl by J.!ilr How many would Uivo faltilifuliifHH. pTli'iml ,ho nra now tirod Ivid fjlie ie mit. 11k' its "ii ti'ivt rfru.it JJjiftr ! kept tin hi liirnljiK TVie pmniiers nuvt to thi list minute. deoolved "Tlia iiliiieM were noj hy ,i'j."e hope. Tlwy wero (n a juxltl n to know lioiv hvl'y lUm voJl wai nn tin. ulnjured. Tlcy uiorU'd (ti ocn'irjinty whloh must liuive Iiioti livid, .t ilentnff. On tjrk tli ori.u mid t on. wn J0 soin "iiisera vtWl Diwn In t'to engine rKm fjhoy rotiM not trCil how the work of lowerlnjr tlii They had no hxtfa was prosniaJnit. t. ifl.ii nee ind they muijt ilinve known Tlhe Uev. Mr. Hunter's u'laory I" 'j'nt the lenBfnfiera off ddty went to U10 A slstiin.ee of those working, and it wa the ileJigiiK of hard work wlijoli kcipj tilmni from itliltiMtic. Tllioy ,dld not Jie-ithe captain's word ag tlio icsel btnn to n'nk that duty dojie, every nvin must take irire of hlmsoif. Even If tjicy had Uiy wouVi never have been able to pJltnb up sjLrep Inon llderp bofore l they wul'l reach Jie deck. X ninety feot rom the water JJne ,U t'ie xit deck, anil they were t,hlrt--itifet below that. "TI!mj- - dl'l a"ke men." Eald Mr. Hunter, "and theJr bravery ,to have been overlxikvd. It r.in be u,jd of tjictn that "'like fjio hisher officers, th rt:uck to tl!flr unl deaa'i." A'w York of hin-er- y OHHE on Ship. Heroism of Titanic's Vessel. "The i'I!i,l tlio 'ship iinb'al DEEP 'nklrjwr, w.lio wl'-i- 1 Engineers do Great Work wil ii Engineers the Deep in Bowels of wonr Imrnliw uliirttly before tU ivr went rs lip our nndlrvhte iiitlna .hcivme w win,t froTlmn ourse.lvcr. It I n.wmt ry to Imvo MMnlens, jriiinl., wuvmi), EATS METAL ON BETS toaJiers, chipl.in. mid ehrks, hTTt.i 0 J10 bjUo nml rUket to o tlrit ,t,!i iii U lr'p"r cure nml illnclplnp iX i!i? Nineteen Knives, Seventeen Nails eoitvts. Hut ti teniiiiu of (h in n sl'uvi'l rtiiijNm sum tfilrvdivv-- siilmbm Dozen Screws And Silver tjal .tliin the voo nml io IntluMiu.' of nnnlier of the Ji'nlal itnw. TJiere wis Dollar What he Etc. a dtmnjid for tho ilvoiv-ti- i nt of H10 Prffons from pontics 411 im j,i oerji,,ie pla,tfonn( mul pi uriihiMm.'u t 8, -- When Q'l'jLWito, Sept. physjdin t'in,t imiii he nppohiiimtiit of ojtniMil oi John Martjiier at it Count commtJiinem a irhcii over to Um Ho'ililil Uwl.iy l learn wh.it l'ul iau- - irowrniir. If he wou'il b' iih m! t ntnmnrii," cnr4-yivi!ps in .hil .orrlhw out KKit Pjnnk us 1m iwis jn tftey found nlnteeti pocket knives, sv- - otlurs, J.o umiliUii! nliijf on hLs mini- knllo fikuVg, .i dv.- - nilsl)iu rs, )m are p.fiip tf crAwn rndj. niVJ.ii ... K.m....a .....1 n u! I .IaIL h debts. l!v;inK tlreien i.M ttier.. TOOLCHEST t I It's Always Raining In London-Th- ey Say v n. prn - And maybe that's the reason the finest fie H don." Til's fa 'the t((,liiioiiy of fjie of jjliw Ti'.UiiOc. Jt ww Its krjit tlio Utiles Imrnliu;. wilio nml in .tlio Jjlt of lisrmy whf went down ,of fihu wislnvcrlnB Xonie Mill Juvu n high jitioc. Not one r t'Hini were off duty, nml tlne had Home nlttiiioe of d'dmbinx ito tlio deck. Wdille It wjl never be known Just what liappennd, k U believed tfi.xt ewiy one . to his jwst jnntiwl f to tihe for Engineers rfotnul wno'l tjhnnpe life In a divisor, .and mh-- y kraiw t It is a tradition la,t ,wlum fche on a slnklns vessel hae done tliclr duty tp tho .tist Uvey wtficr jn the engine toimi, clasp hinds while stundlrg about tlio engines, ami ho 30 donn with ijiclr cssc. T.lio Tltojijc's, ensncfs (have been over looked In the bestowal of the ?ntflneery of t,ho raguiar phlp's Xoroe .thore wore on board ,Vcm'jr guara too engineers, rnpriosonrtlnK the builders and holders of enslnoor.lnjd contracts, and so onlicd bcrxui'e they nvoke the (lr?t few trips on a new vessel 'to 'e tliat .the machinery forms VP ito the gu.imn.te?. AH "these were yie flra-to Know tlie desperate n.i'juro of tli dam-air- o w.l-ii- It r det-Ks- ra ra nii. St. U. on folVwihir HoJieduVc and prl-for tho round trip. Lvive MorconXloid 10:30 p. m. Seipt. lull. Leave Centertown 3:W a. m., Set Vt, Fore, 1.73. Ifave Hartford 3:10 a. m. Fare 1.75. "A'Jl of the articles fwcre lodg- d In p Iaivo Dundee 1:J0 n. tn. I'.ire 1:50. corner of tj'ie a'onioch," sutl tlie sur geon who operated on Mtrtlnr, "An til-- ! Leave KCmltch 5:tC a. 111. Fare 1:25, Arrlio Itouisvllje 10th and Ilroulway cer iluid Tornvr aii(d the nin wou'd Suiuliy 9:03 a. m. lia.i-dlqd within a monith If he hvi Train returning leaves IjouUiW'e, 10th I no; been pc,rated upon." and Bro.ulwny Smulay nlcht Stuit. IVJi . Ten of the knives fnvn ilaitiin-r'sat 8:W p. m. nharp. maeJi iliad l?en l'n'1l,nndlicd, ,but the II. E. MISCHKE. .Vsocit. by t,lve bone 'had been s bom known to Chlciipivma on "ilw too!ohct," walwil 'Jia arj.ilfilea I on wixcns. "KiyiiK knli-e- s and 11V that stuff nov-o- r hurt me," said Jtarthior before the operation, "but onrtniea I'd jft ter rible ji.ilns In my gViiT1","-- ' I"yali;uns pronounced t(ho npornlon is gUoac,saful. iSlartlner Is 16 yfirs ild, aid Is employed as a lalxircr. Ttho pocketknlves, crwis ami iiher ar tlcjes nemovnl irom llviritlnejr's stAiivieh were mounteil on ciard board by !up.r- Intcrudent T. Tetrs, of tho hospital, an,d J;ii'''l on ohlbitVn at the lti"tltu-ttlo" I lir pjsilitven yairs, wM.Uitiii. r, ,who hii! of RAIN COATS are made over there. We are offering h)i-m- m CASTORI A Special Train to Louisville. Train MorganflaV), Ky., to kuli!o and li turn Boi.Uiintmr II and 1. fiKieiai WB.in win ie npeRUl on above tlate from SlorgantlaVl, Ky., to LaulM'llc la il. II. & K. and H.. It. & SpyAlol Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S English Rubberized Rain Coats FINEST QUALITY SILK FINISHED For One Week at r. n. I : Beginning Saturday, the 14th And Ending : : Saturday, the 21st. : '. M i an.1 tv do tho' .who They W. S. TINSI.E Temp, t'hiui n. at high take Dr. Klngs Xew IAA . rti fr So Notice in Bankruptcy. tension, fur thcw'weire t.'10 Xirat to note sxtplng. no distress, Jii-- t yiaiouh ,work the w.U"r, tiro nsjiesnc!s that irlnjrs good hV.Wi and fl.tie the rjtiinjj Teachers Meeting Program. In the district cour of t,!se l'nlt-of the jiuwps, 11n.pl yha imp'.v.-.lb- i I Ity No. fi. I took-- i X Sm at all drugslats. States, for tlie wejtorn djstnict of Mutational of kooil'ns afloat. .They iKid lltte Urn Own'-bordivision. Sctfitcinbrir 22 Jioit, Ky., for Ahoight ihowcver, for they Juul to l.O penlrv.; No.f!ie In Dankruptcy. EercU-jY AmuiRil Stumped. In Connection With S. Rosenblatt. keep the dyruiiivi? woinp, nine pumps I In the nutter of Claud! Wlwm, a Oziu "hultz. I to thtnk workjnsr, if,ter the huj,khuad Joiilt 2. AddixvM Bankrupt. .by rtwld'Jit, I.t 'was a snap t1' HawcHville, Ky. woors, and ke )P the sUike Jio;e force i.t To ihoild On this 7,h day of it'lit--. (A. r., WIS, the jtcoIio of the work uf t!ie Avt'n a work. Most 11X them ptobcibwy on considering rl In On "my lap. Ttvi.uh the petition of ;.he loam from Vie (Jrd that last v.imvd(n i yjre 'Jic afortisajd b.inkrupt for ilviharj;', flld revultr i;'iiistt"tnir wJ nt tduxu'd l.o gotI 'never knew fcuiie jindir as At iwcnt down. on tJis 3th diy of Spt., --V. !.. Ul-- It ten out of Jt. Mrs. v;ic Hnk"t Ti'at It's an art, Tihe nwn were assigned i..Ji to his is ordered by the court that .1 iluur-1n- s I, Relation of tlw hcIumI to tho Iteserved for Ju own task. TJicr" .were lodrtiuMc, elc-trihe had uron the ivuue on the UJi pareixtjs, ivl Jiow jji sneure t. Tho pump ami s'l-ipicklm? mn, I daj' of Ootob,r A. D., 10.: sijd helpful to both virt,ini. o. O. WJll- paid no srmt and baajdes ,tlia the sfiu,t.'in-tc- o .VUontion to Jt, " count at Fqder.il Court Ha at Louls- - UlllVs. mqn were yhrre to 10 i luand. 3. General It I fcliWRi-i- i villo, Ky. of No. I by the in mid ilistrti--t at ' th.it, uar- i ivas n,ot a duty ,U that kept lh or as near Association. o'clock In ,he I And dad could,.do It. antuo men below for 4liy were n no noyee artd JNTEItJIISSlON. thereto 03 sense Iiirt of t'i crew. The UiitJ" of Hut yesterday 6. Child '."HVly, th.ireof be published one itime jn Hart its a:pMeaaun to rrjWKAJ ImUXJ V a ft 1 volunteered tlie fiuar.uiteu fnin-er- s hi to if.vU r ford Republican, a prhtqd p hViouI work J. C Jaclown. 11 I the work'ji uf the greait tinslnos, gee To Jot a baby sitd district, and 'jhat all known crel-ltor- a 7. .Urnilins, my method wiith .bojtlnner3 Tug my beard sind in miqrMIn that t(liey are turntfl and 'other persons in 'atera may JDIss Cor.a Smith. ,511 T ordr. TJicy eio wiit(,h the workUurJ As confident aripoir ut said time and iacs and njhow S. CaiLses of IVsorder, .wiunees of kot.1 of each juart of the mucrUm'ry, wililch As nrin can be, II. ltus. cause, If any t'lp' hae, wliy alio pray- order-- A. I has aiuthlns to do with the aiiaal I took itlie taflanit er of said pstlt,kntir Khoujd not be NOON INTEItMISSiq.V. ' spend of tlw v,Vi, fitvl fo'ie oVtrlo On my knee.. 1. InsV;rots I granted. ripening troin tn Vslil dyminios awL t,he rtfrlReiiatliiK At once ,t,he ;ttti to it well e, and gamus appropriate i WITNESS tho Honor.ibl Wrtl'.er ' ifiaaoal Jiowled, Mant. Evans, Judge of ild Count and tll thm George Montgomery. Tilw cciiduri' o,f one ,inan itand,s out The iv.h(lo its mother 2. .Wiliat is my ralwral d''Jis to al hereof, at Qwenaboro, Kentujcky. p'a. coni!cuou.y, mwondlrw tt ,ti!i9 Dorics Glltn.y scowled. In mift district, on tho 7th day of Kept., mote the business of lt community? to'd by nimubaiis of tlio enqw. Aiiehle ,. D. 1512. i CJarence UoyaJ. "Support its back," I 3. General Fioit, huldcr.s cMef eiviriniOJr, rojire- - iMy Discussion of tlio n,bove sood wife crjed, s Jlng Uar pnd & Wtfff, was nqt in topic by the a3oitii)ajon. I ' A. G. ItOXAUD, Clerk. "Kccip one hand 4. The the unslne itumi hcn the craiji pamo, M. JJ. DONN, Deputy C.-rk- . Use of the scIiky1 butldlm; Always aa Its side." but he olmu-- d down thto ntee.p for other than actual public scliool Iron "Don't, be sto rouffli," 1 uldeis Tihe tnipUeilt rnglmvs .to the oonfldfince that fnany fund il:ath. Al'tn. Anictlier ajd; puop' tuive In Oliamberlajn's ,Qollc, WJien laa seen he wus tlterje. B. A rod' AVIth call of he memlwrs on the "I?o careful ihow Chobraj and DlanrJicKa Itemed' Is quejjtion, wJv't do jpu intend to no him was 'Thunid-- s Andrewg, desjgncy cf iVou ,lta head! founded on t.helr vpert?nce Jn the use ror a sohool library or 'otlier oojiool the When the poUtshm uvuno of itliat remedy and knowi'edjje of improwtments itijn jxur? there wa.s no e.ii of dutj- - ,to keep Don'it wiuaee It &o, I Give it to jne the many remarkable cures of colic, dla-!- i 6. Oponiing Kerclses-.Dleus(- on him from the deck ,uid tine mny olunce , by IX you iian't Hiold rhoea and dysentery that It has tfec-t-ed- . Miss I.ufci Loya. of canape, but ho wojd not ijake (that propor'o-.- " It o.le by a'. deajews. clmr.te. Tlio 1 atX 7. The Interests and the problems of time .Vniliqwxs twas s in ,tlvo en. TJIicy iliunVid thbj oduoatlonal division a round (auk "tn by anion' alive Bins room wjjli Fnoit and lJell, the The OfficialHeads men. every lde, dlausj,jon, lwl by the ITieajdant TJ10 stuto prison cotnnil-slo8. iojne .things tlint tnny be apconi- Tftotilc's chief, and an wev iorkiii; Hnt wjron was offlcjai'ly too Imtvl, prcJuiiM. "Jtlilnk ftih isjawly announces a number of new appoint. Pillshwl HierjAhJJv; 1 trUri. iy u year Jn HchoiJ-Oz- na oiiinjns w.Uera. ( ' VnUl n,t Jaji mnits, not to fill .vacancies lausod by Shujitz. I Kvwy man In tin White S.fir ,I.;no diuWi, or incompetency but 9. Gearal announcements 1 save it (ack jind Uuil. J Inqss. tduy iKMirnln the biyaue of the demand of thase of hlu'f. And xiiiiWxd my hat Back-- up Kcnlai W'imuii 11. ors iwho supported (Jio PLrennt hill, .,ft.r nii3i,ut-.- r t.t An.d ilefit .tho silutek. Important Notice to Subscribers. the TJtanlc ,uid sailor (iialnofr tf tho Take Jtt Xtom tne, ths nurt)ose of which was to Jviko the l'ne. llelli w.us nliiU K je.iivs oVl and Tlio ItCipubllcna prisons out of poldcs. Many of .ho has rocolved notlco It Is iw eiut,p ho Jud epa-i- t Uiljty-4-i- N from tlio Third Assistant Postmaster we recoflmlne us years ju t''0 Tp Hold a baby il'HiLMtr'Ud Henjce of fjie ivmijiiny. He (wjn, mur. (On your lfijiI-rwjio havo dons'tho ta,.o . fnui d aid sjr. General catUn pur attention to tho We back-- up postal regulations Jn ,nard to Hub- rlcd and llvid hi lco for nilsility 'lHUe pny, Tho L- WOOL etm "t . hji children are now uijusivlLrw mihool uro, f course, 1tru''-'o'- 'i no p.ip,.rs of ours, orij.ions, in ciu-c- t POND RUN. that . l,t Is wi,jd id" hln tfitut !iu Ju tlirougU tho mall as second- Sunt. 11 Tief jiroitraoed ' Inoefjns bocau,o tU-- sot Into the lxVit.11 isuiia can bo was t!u b'at iii.uine uiiglninr 4,11 ,Gr4'it clo.ocdnitr,li'0 PliVieCiacitiWln,!.-- class matter to wibberlbeirs wlio are ou;. pjlit aftij a buiusli of us llil'.fiJn hi d kiiw nuiro jUvnt tjia natural . vourj of ,t,lilns more one yar in arrears. In wlt,h itwo dlt,lon,s ,to rjHe cliunulu V0'i,2ld tjllin miy u.JVf (J, t,s pry. .Mrs. , Limli Ciuiimjiiw is vjilltlti? at msn loo Jobs, but the iiiot precarious "Ilils means tiat wo must collect the Under him wvro toi f tt1 Jobs s X1!0 pno nrtul Centeiitown ut .this iwiiitjiu. t.i subscriptions or discontinue ithe paiw. entlntcx.s, :,r.w, ,y,u 51.1.SH Juuwl J'ttirl Ilr,mvn, of ,5tcHfliiry, l t'o IwilWcul nun- - For jnst'inne tlicro was W Is no,t a question of wligther wo nior 'jisinir),. , Deputy Wiudcn Maik i'Mtliin. ,whr) otj'ire wlUlrur to extend crclit to our ,.Mr. J.uthf.r Uivxwn'vS M,ub' sue'it S.xioi.d .nikiuia.iy.r r.wi'ri.rif m JIs Katie Ilusscu is i"ory j'l ut severed from Ills Job. Tihe jnie wri aubscrlbers or not. had bKji wjh the twiuiuuy Xounfaa Siiilt3 ivi uiiuf. Wo must comply with the poital regwhen Mj,ck could jret '"!' l''n 'IV'ili'-l-i "pick-u- p" yoaiis, and .SviiiI Kiwieer Hai:iiHn NiOiieHa ICuykejMViH iml BUry (pins of Frankfort and lutnlj)b to ulations, therefore can not extant had Klxoen owir ciieJ,lt for mora than oao yev .VltlyUfh Hmiwiluvy, of r., iisjtjng B at .thoilr nwn ospenJ tu tho depiivt- a yurui ItitiTiiiiedjutrt) JlO wiliut tlnelr fhianclal htonJ. lll'llt tO HlMJ kw1 En. Jtls-k'Jlt JliS llU!l. no matt-Uho4.i n,d Mnnuilio WiHlrMii fc'Iiw.T Harry lhv.li.yji Hcwl ,nln,t.ii Hls Iutto Uiickell, of Tvnncfww, 1 Miiolc Jiris uvideiitly Jo--t 1ms iti,liilt fo.it hiff may be. yC'll's Of HVMUO. Ho 4rW bqiiiuse .he was a gocl otfitrjij. StaUtiients aro behif eont to ulj sub tilt. iJIIM..-- - Mla'tlnisr at Jlr. S. C. Hun,uri tieo of hi vrntumum wjtji fju WJilfi luit tie iff? i Intind scribers ono "ear or more in unvtirs Siwml from here iLttarylir! t,Ho pji. I Wt a,o Tidtli-St,ir Line and 1li.i1 noor mu-- (11 any nli at S'uiitittown Satumliy has lost o.ut at Edilyvllle. Oewso fit and we liopy Uiey will make prompt otli-- r. 'JM10 Junior mmniK, "tho Jlr. and Mrs. CJiytmi Ilroiim ruturnu'l his spuJil from the ifjwcns n,t Hmukfort remittance. hlU" they u iJ 1 4.1mm ( ,011 lalUplwuid, Ii'iino fcom a hurt iii,t at Unless tills Is elone wo must take CffWly Amqliely ilas il?n fjiund iwho ivtJi one a mom ,i,l, imvI tliiindvf nll'o lait wixk. Uioir names off our list. um ibetUir inrry Gaoi,'a ftnif'lnjr,!. lii'i, indcA.l for .,! mui,ic u, j, ,ir iN,w, tho wlilo'e igubj'lct of jirlnon inwn- - Stonjutrif tha n'i,por3 does not in anv t JU.' Slwlrt Taylor was tlio woik und weii,t ilowu u,t,h jt1(J jivVp, INCORPORATED. Js bur pi upon an litjlV,Yent way relexuso the suhseirlbcrs Xrom "It t seldom tUtt ii(n n1jjiiuT und ouuniruiiUnl adtuiniyia,t;.ui of jho l of uaek uuas, tlieneforo, Jt Vt wei'U. JMV.nl iln rila iwn-'l- t Jlrs. ,N. J. Iui8.djl( (who Jaus ibeon jlj rtifoniiutory affairs, havlnj; due f.vrird yon do not want us to continue nond. ir ifivri, aijd i)f Kb v. CJ. Ucl'lwnnnii Ilunt4: far jwnifijilnw, .1 buttor. you Tlw lioimblloan jvmilt wliat U t,ho I'lslits of tlio inniaiteis unid itho Ins l K"lixitujy of tlhe Ai'injrloin Hjaniiii'd Mr aiyl .Mrs. Loyton iWltoims wvant liyijltiio of tho laTiuyonj. Tio jirjs. Is ulruily due and wo will ntou tho I'llei." fiocidty nh'j Is mid to U .'i3 S'Joday at Mx. CUy,to,a Uro,wM'o. oos aro no rjhouses of rcfus?. We loJlc paPior. bu-Jnjiioi-Qmai- Jjo ,t'lwj Titanic must have worked Juleos. Notice to Committee. The silver doVnr t'lnt Alilttm-- r nw.i1- umeg. The Projrrej.qe Comiiittitoe lowwl it111 years aso was ns bright lus of Ohp If .t.'ie coin Ju.t come fnnm (t,he m.n;coua"y s irv'led y nupt at th Mtnt Nineteen Miles a Second mornti? without n Jar, f.hrx.k or dUtur,binw, Is The juices of ,the n0nvicli had kpt house In Hantford Situr-tiI September II, at 10:Jlt, for th fliurp " the awfuV ptcd of our oarth tluvuiHi ths silvor n a highly ito.'i'ihed (xvi wee of S'ixtlnj; cunjKiJsn vinuulttive and Some of the space. We wudcr at suoh ow pf, knt?-hJidiiH disold sitrlc DON'T WAIT TILL IT RAINS TO GET YOURS I rii.it-- . transu'nj ojier ! I it feel-lug- s. 1 LMil-Mlo- n ROSENBLATT HARTFORD, KY. C?5s. s usl .".. hj-J- i 1M- e, mtm-smau- m ,bre 1 irl (it now--pipe- ij I .OAT 1 Ovn rr 4vor D.. it wjh mv vnu T i' n AVA. vt x m jM . ies tllr r ad-ic- U'r.-x- j, rw Jej;-Wl- a. !" Kx. nev-c,oma- 0:.i.-ynv- i.it .luu .' t.;no if uvl in, 'Sw oi i (Mnrt,-aniUiH-n s., .lt The most Important lesson a young man can learn Is to dress well. a good education with a "good front," and you will surely march to success. the good, JILclothing ve sell with ourfgood money and our good reputation. Ve know the clothing business, because ve have studied the clothing business. Ve knov hov to "pick out" styles and the best values the market offers. This Is why ve can offer the best clothing values sold in this city. " il.tna. uu-w- I CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. 1 11 iva-.il,- ' N . J.