You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: September 20, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912092001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: September 20, 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. M Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV. t tfiat 4t couM ina irenl.WJ whti oxb ftejwMiirim Jtetf DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 10 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY.- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912. - LOUISVILLE wis 'ifop5 time liafl lmj lied. h ,11'H'i "er-vim- STATE MOQSERS READY FOR FRAY See New . SOCIETY GIRL Elopes With Man Charged With s;nc.j beJu on iii" v ,V "if " collapse, awuVJ'W iwuid fritn daughter. "Sho in the 1,1jii nf undii" lmo u tf"ir tlvy pos-tj- i ld. "the uoul not il'io wu. y 'ie known wHi.ift Forgery. Youthful Adventurer Tried to Money From Large Batiks. 'Soi.t., ' liOulsMllo, 4 Ky., unuouiiwiici,t Hume tar.tlJiis nlm tordny that O. J. Hodge-woI ltf.-.- Tho I' byjfio ft'i.'iit u'i knows now Mi U her JuWxuvl I (tins nun wanted by Mic pr.Uc." i Tllie tnarrjiffo cinj.tkfiite, lrmvCid ;Ui le to Iou,tHf by Mm llujn mji' Vw )y Mrs. iultyrliv?, l,t Get iruno of itho groom in "O. J. Hl.rsoii" wl.Cch In tlie op.ni'm of fj'iu jvireniJt of tho g.r l" genuine, lbh!eivvui "and Ha nes being assumed 'Mt!lM. doliy. elm "t Party Gains in Second. al (Mw Vattrii. ilr. Aftnn ntvl tho W(le ot owner of tho trW'y, ' HopklnjiVilie, boh assent tha,t rt l tlio Mr. larra"ft moose head Jn (imlijvity. Aton, htwwor, Has not b ipurclnig il tho 4,rop!iy. The omit, Sir. Blb, d loyal ProreVs,ixe, co!itjiibutp it for t'io ffooJ of tlw caue In Kcnituokv dur-lu- z the present pampu,lKn. lie lias an offer of $8,000, for It rnam a prominent Now Vork Prorc.sive. A ARECAUGHT Telephone foreigners in the. nis?lil)orlvod fforo no tnvivi picureo h!mw. Oni fxf our laundry clues itok us to Now Haven nnd we were Just about to wivj nnojicr Ganly y In IViU,sburo." DetnpttveB Mnypr I anit Qigasso Conversations st Give Clue to Retreat. and jiv Sinews of War Will Come From Those Who Have Cause djintch "I nciir mv lilrn but oncei," Bill )"' C at the Barnes, who was arri-VSouthern Niitomil I'pnU here Monday o( forgery prefers d wHn't 01 a by the Shelby County TniKt a"'1 him I ?l V Hot Inti4. lloil'i(or uliiill cJufc lie yva a Jioiirtful' sn of i mlLtiiiiiliioii ijjru broktr In Wall S!re t, tuvl tii.it he wan Miiliy touring the po'.Iee. the Hum r. hi J1I3 ;imcliiio to uft'h'r or tlie princVp'ow ombodUiil n the Stork Beats Grim Reaper. plitform aro askwl tp The fjur wore fitting at fA when Jnfiniviti.iin on itjie nnrktt,. U'c blr'Jis Jn Kentucky ojitnunv With ni"ont. in piriporifm to tli'-i- r Daputy Gommis"loher Uouaheny and Tlie fuiiiiiiine von,Hnijt hjJ (,wo to one ' the , biiiinc the ' doa,th tlio pirty lea'lerf, Uaklaii men bunst open t'io door of fih-- lr word nt cru;Ji ami lie w.14 JlJaUI bi Hy UUt the papulation of the SiUt hi srowtih of wltli drj,wn re.volvc-3- , 'mnny lnjo ronsdereiin the spirit of foot he wa,t u w'coiiib ViHHl tn no dingeer of d?,era!iii;. Durlni; pigment and p?rndcs ithe" oranliii-tlo- a is thejn to hold up Wujr hands. willh orJsred faliloii,ub,e "hoinei up tu o!it Alond iy J oar tJ'ero were r.'.t! t'io mn bo fii'itttend. Nqjther of tiro m?n mo'le any eliow of li when hjit .irrcjtt nfi.1 from prevontable disease. There wera I . I'll cxwip; hi slrj ,w' g resistance. iv I Tjliat ,of yalorOay, uvea (jho t 00,733 hirths, whilo total d"a;li9 Yo,u'-"Drop ytour guns. iof the tiaae iQ'jira.!, ko us," bltn. iii'ctiiu 303. The "white p;nue'' jirov-o- J said "Gyp" calmly. Tlhe bri'le, bclns in faqt, C(ho tonnxl ivm'ii IIii?tm, Ci a ula; tiie most friital disease, Its viirtjms "Give us a Clftlo time to sot drwd. of I.uke O. Cox, of form r In? of the campaign hi Ah;s Svat. totm'une J,lf-'- (; tJT'hoid fever, 1,0333; r wiM.jtJowill you?' said "I.cCty' with oimal flcrni rvrtjrlnt I3tir- dittriut w.ia rpr3 mitl ait the aivl lito raaitu!ut ioIence 1,KG; menanfiitls, 630; , uccpnl-Ini- ? vus pjsure. Scarcely another ir,c(trT,rk of the Union N.i'Jmal Hink. On on iu'wIIpk. Confident cnaliujd-jf-inila srjppe 477. Ghtiilrtn under one yftir .iLomt-nii'- it maido ifi fche polioo ,by either man until pre.sent, wns tlio ho lutnoilueul her ftti'ire t" ockloJoii ( or w,ho dird numbered 5,230; persons ths trull. police hearj- tih-- y ware oxjamlnod at note; anjl lie mcmlxjrs of tjtio con over, 6.W. t. luitlximl to Mr. Uo ut the TJi,? rates of daiVi for Momlny JiiorniiiB tlie youthful quartera later iby Aisala!ait risi''it I proal as is bftftweon 5 and t is smaii. wlthou' cxoeniion, mittc, Ktivo i.L nun u- - l (K Attorney Moss, acting for District t'f thcilr conviotlon, based u.Tin r fsurc3 niie follow ins 's a cocnlote nt the Shjjjby County Twtt nivl ti'ie rewards tjvn havJjji-'ofXertflnbWhitman, wi'tvliaji gpno Jto Hot at we) a hojw, yiat ijirUiry 'wiJI At " jrcscn;d .1 IWl; 'for JC,7i, rfsfi'l UJe !Kljice of 19 nqw Sjiringis to tako tfatlmony ot psreona I3;CJiil FINEvT0BACC0 cities for tha upon the l)aniuT3 of jujiru'ilo l L U ltfirf'-S- i'e oxiiJi,.iiiI arre of JJie nuin who it j bslievrl or7rinlsiivlo'i firter tjlieidt.t of JVovcmber. who talc it Sam Schercw, a wi.oiBSS fur the horo Kinnfnt wim in the vliiT-Jtrports from cvorj- - rpJlt l tie It IIocIkhou: BARN IS BURNED In the cage. 1(C0 to lij.t credit" nn.'l jr.ive lm a First Nmt;oiol U,mk, of Frankfort. wrc of ,the moat ciuraslnff nawro Tlie wimen, however, made a flcsn?, o'leck. s' every dijs'.rLCt.oieiry co,unty, ovory throwlrg their amis around U.cdr Lnd., IniUana l'rli-oIburd anil Fr-vo d vHt II- reijiKwtvii the caslihr necks ' and atieddint; copious city, s"' thotj pr.5s?n,t, co,nie lhxlKson'a if.ither, JU3. Forty Thousand Founds of Weed on a l.ooWllle lunk for yi'ie biluw. OIkltIcs Touimeni!, Rlienjff of Kfick-foaway from of .ijrow-ltiBull iMokmcts annrjimn'. fans. They Jmd to be and Uli, uire 'i j Hi wt'lK. the men before the po'lce coujd The larlou-- coniniHKimcn idppiriTCd Cuivty. Ind., $100. Destroyed Curds- oniys utjjldo the bin):, uui to u ckWS', Jh.rouirlout the 3fft' IVuik or lUirtford, Ind., whre I19 Is tho orginisixtion their prisoners out of Hie 'upa.rtmeflt, juiiuiM into hs nuywiiabiici rutiitly ' and wesrs Jater taken to headqurterg ville. for torsi ns a $.1,000 (ih;k, a npw ierf(pKd. jiumhuwd in tWM t'l'V, vnd sinti iijway .W. "Gyp" and Wii tli the arrest of Ittporf mhl"Ji were r?ad sta.tcd thit troneest in the dlrtcUou uf ljauimlje. Re.pubjleans In many of fli "Letta'' 'whoso real n;n?s are Hrry II. C. Wobater, of linkers' jAssocla-yiJle was JiLit entiTinjt the HnivJiorn away trpn mhe Owetw,bon Hasscmser Wednesday Horowitz and LouJs ftosenaweig, all Q. O. P. counties are of liwliina, $300. e wJrn the ,forgjry (the I aB-IancNanal Pank their to Total. $1,125. "N1 h aa,lid A JanBe wbi1"0 barn containing- of itihe seven men accused ot tJialmurdir w.i a'vencjl at tfhelbyvllle. Aynfl ncert)lon to pond,l(tJont w.0 rounds of tolwooo and 500 hua'i- of '.TtoeerViral, of whjc,h PoJico IJIeut. claim, owod U the aiiaibyvljle Juik of. """ u "i oeiijwm" Becker Is (tjhe alleged 'in.sti'igator, aro In many ot"l which no longer o,iat. Aged Counterfeiter Held. I notified the IxutHle bank, anil fici-'' ooun,ties, according o u'ie rqportu, Thompson, who rosldes at Curdsvl'Je, npw in custody. JHoT-ma- n then C. Waijiinjyon, SM;. WMly doatroyed by tiro 'shortly The capture of these .twio men pim9 urosa-e- d was Baxneg, If .lia,t be U real nnjne, ft a an old t4"'e counjterfciiter, ths ItciiUibJicans in a (body, have i.lirouli who fjiuv? 1$S3 jj;rvid rcntod after an oeitiJi n police political after 12:30 o'cOock Monda' aQtcrnoon, as a resuJtif what Is regarded ffi tl'ie xanks o'f Uw Xto Itepimp I'l ' Sciveyal esmplpyes of !Mr. Thompson clncjjQs fxa the bes(t datteattve work ilono Alie ban-iv- jr .tlie prison, a under arresit in Mjobile, Alfi.. orsruilaxtion, en'iatlnjr undtr wre eojragcd in "firing" 'the tobacco, In tho history ot ithe departimeat-I- t In le Uun foe minute 0(ftv he woi cliar-i- a wj,Ui cjraulatjris lxi,J of V Htll Mooae. aller d'-U- ri In Ci'm V. ill his Placed was the frirtt at unbroken 'BiurveIln,o iNajtl.omi when a .large (Jer of tbacco fe'i jn' Csmlis Pxionneaslira ' fche tjre. 'Knwvinff that If itho fire of ithe his Huan.i ana Unbent IIrwui. QjjnnUttee-mia'wives and neiat,l"ea of the men umi.Wd and Earmer Sonit wervilce rooorda inrlleai's (tha,t! tl I readied the dry (tobacco it wpuui sinoo itheir digoPPeorance (jhe 'day of .relrus! on a e.tMi Jjond of $300. JludifMi. min lat .had a varied (Career a a flou.1. Statca 'Minuter to illcru, one of- moan a ot tlie bam and aU l' the murder, Jujy 16. io, a"la Ilarnr, pre,onitwl AJio fiipMnAAt .tqrfoittr and .was rsleagwl from the - fiilirw.n.tft nt ton nmr move-- ; , cotrteinitg floss v, itlie :nen made a frantic 'efwj.tli hi automobile ftnd dlj. was TfiHis survH'ance maintained memt Poni,'.cnt(laxy Jaat iMaruh. was omonsr tlio prominent 'm.n to tight Idqwn (jhe rjqjns fjaiiKvi. by ,ilvty deitecties working (n 'relays aoparel, Iav&K lmJ.irvd him (mi nnry iWilkllo in the Iiitenn i'enjitcji.liarj- - In prea-nt- . Mr. Oornbs fort After tfw jKinkers lind A ibuckot hriigade was formcrf, bitt to W1I10 kept Dsputy CounnUesloner mninplainjnx our,t, Philadelphia dn ICtr.', Bqomit fecn'lco, ofCl-c- Jollt tor New Vrk 'whene ho will conno avail. The fire ppread 'rarid'.ry nnd jmceintn, who wen- - cliwted n touch with wha,t they (iaelVire, ,HofDnxn ifaauaht convicts fer witili Priosrcasilve lraders. as aoon as It reachese tlie dry tobacco, djjd nnd where they went. l of rewards B.iVd to aKttresnte 11,000. I O. Barrett, Clialrjiian fit tho Secto make ooiuvterf?it coin. W. the flames spread In cvory (ilrcCti;on. Be iIqJjf0n(Oji( or Hu,rjMt, Jiad been bo;io The final cjue came as the rcauft lf DIttrlQt Commltitee, bad . many ACtqr dU.9 releas'o rro;tn Atin)ya Pout ond fore tlie farmers wlio cou,J he su.mniono I plrfing itABe'her a number of converUut ft nlwrt itlino before AHh1 lUlnl-lrils- tertiary in March Jaat, cilns baarln lliitvfr " of intorcst n rAront in Ills tlAIUnfl to.t A.i.j..11. j4.L.k- m-1. n w-'r' w I with only a faw be;iv:iiwii tn u "'""""' tlieobarautoroflis work 'bogan circulu-U- n follow oommllteemen. IIs account uf mes, but tlio buildins was soon roAue- - sations overheard by deteintlveb and ginaM isa,t4il, JcXt her home (n Wet iwpotred to the Commlstonex at diffaront I ,' In uliAt JiL110' wu'1 Ivory (sm,il'lon in Baltimore. o tk a'mass of smouldering itlnijbens. She i tojd her St. Catherine firct. time). t slnila,r no 'Unt of W. b. Ac,ton, of Aliat ulvo wais (rajus on u acres The first conversation w.is that "MieJ mother Cherokee Indians Central City. LoulvHl. I wlw reitunnicd from fchit1 Tho bam contained tlvlrty-on- o hhiwlnj;. t tAbacco. 'cisht acres bejont'inif to are n,oit lionosomo because 'they can s trll tfi CUnclntwii'il XP sscUon rCicent'y. hrimrnK back reports City, Iv'v,p Hipt. to uwlcr- - 1 iiam TUomp- - a moling She ai aceonviuuilid to OLni'Jmui by toCcn'wlUpubiUinn). An untMmcnfg lias' of roa jilcture ' g,how from Violr tfl.o Jolrt' by mado boi, The 8un "nd tou,,t ier tasly. window!." tP Mlas Ann llnyt. a WiV itor a Jmiso 1o; M,r. ltamH a.'d Party. oC IVasslvo been mado with II. C. iHPtmoir, piwunr Thompson who qwtied t,lw barn, and Anothor oon eraalfjon millinery eoivcein. 6i'Vo t'io in. of ! Jtr thait tho H'aitemjunitpj A.ton. iB. XMwj iiictNtj-iIlajn nn'l tho CUeiokoa Indian liasobaill PlUb, t1 m.i'rl If (Ji(v rr(i(l at- nil. UTIOll tllO Imlf of its oontw'a, gitatul lost ni'.-'i- t fonmfl,'Jon that there was a iundiy n bolwoen SH ... o "City, .Ky., on his fN.OJit tlio MJss 'llu'lnbrUlKe ui the Ul ,o pin. sioj' In Centuil mon hed, 4ua9 whero tho h in tliat tho untlro loss umoun,t to raijlioir annual tour of tlio uountry, (wihich side of ' Thoru was no (naunuice. oliuia,il ,waa finely a ffhurce inuifjinj. nujived .either which was fio "now 'and that hjs llal'ri"4 vl;H h.H rtUik;" ho is now luaklui; TOio iornvr 4u.d no iJtw UiUt iliur Briffhton" U10 "Bright' or tho Pltton PrAsrefwVve I1' can,dtits vtpn this will b' tlie iUi Stanley in Minnesota. convfin'loii, If, IniecKl, tlio Jrrfter team. This 'is liond laundry." I "reJ t.ho oount,r. In W0 a flitterlnsr majotlty u,t tlw olecUon. Imraalf liail ffornKxl any i1ujiu hi insane team luis Dwluth, iynn., ISept. Id. nqprenta-tlv- e A third convorsaiion sMPlYiPd tha the'Chorok,oe Indians ifoicd .107 Kmnta( In many prccimits. to said, io I Jnteanlod fp nvai ry. A. O. Staniey, of llnaoson, Ky.. fact Uuit the neighborhood r'wua full are fjo bo found, all Sotra ae. won , nud latt It J In 1911, Uitw lla.y-ei- d havlnj,Miwi IVdtilbi1iliKv. In ClncimwU of fthe pommtteo Kiat in- - of Swodas and Germans." eono over Ito Jthe iBu'J Moos', chairman 111 4Pinio, won 79, loat 27, Hdd 7. to Uib bcH,f thn,t irj,l;.s iare, condlns a It fthrn becjuno Cfltiwilasiloneitr Diqugh-e'tjhe Stieei Corporp,tion, l 11. N. KUlott. another (projiH.ivont Vagina veatla,Wd cak3 far Itsff njia nftvIIoJipaiMtn, or itames ly lifxylont-VJien- . T.l'is rtioond ' Mvrrltf, who laavo task ito d,ls4oiiT BOimewihere a dioipkeo Indian iCJub Couti'v Bull MfMwer. says tw rauso B"tt, SpstiQQr's testimony before ittio laomnxltteo, and hand laundry in proximity ito a nwvins Slls llai wa riken Inyi Imr ono can not fall ' 'of the jfroAtent, if not tlio onM'.-- t, confideiijcci t)ie gnurd, iw(tU us,tp,iitUiiWii tuelay In an aujomqhjle for pqjure iow (n a vicitnl'jy In'mbftq't The oommlUoo icarjal a canvenition will lou-vIndian iUMIP clubs In tfjUi pvitUr to dissuade Uio ypuivu sl?l and tred by torolgners ot Vie iiatoualitlfal nalmci't. " Is uwwmou Ut"-- ' aoiiBvwial paa tiha in it,ho TcnUi lio meiii. 'Wife lMdnlirjidjo hiA overj body oomo ant 'and frjvn tAkln ,The PKs,tible name of ,1io Jmiudr to nominate a candidate for Con,T03 , Oonsressman 3taiiloy has 'Oimo to tha was ohilura.to (uvil tlie rest va suowllns red,s,klns lluy bajllShooit the hwavir t 's wns obtained les Jian few Xy rocrcfUthw. ,fUs as lAneley, 'A com- - o!jton far t'r 'ti'" M'e'e, huirt t.ho ball. to oppo33 JcVm W. PlKli 'alUiw for the nmn in UlieMtso, isccvnied (.hvt vention was io cailed fpr tji.e Seventh Intimated Uiat ho will comblno busj. and t'lB Comnrtssloner u"', "" JUfw Hays left I pin,"tnnatt njbout "'" wRli plaasuio und Curtfiw IiwmI. there were Jialf 'a dozen Jfunvlriep uf u n,i on tJ, kfn thfey wl!l Appoliato UMiU't tfl npmlnota mWnleHt wVatli the nnni.i .wrtlfJcttto "'"'' 0 condltloiw uiul oro Uu'tea on tho simHiur pity, tn Ntfvv York ia,mc CUiurt of AJ aj,lato for Jud.J of W I il"" " I aVs"l by herself as u wVnin, n lurlBJW "'"'l"1 and many more cllea for tho uealB. A stroiur campaLjii will W inaUfl.i'f" wucn imp bwihw fa,'''. in cenuwi tajiy. poasa&ion, together lwrj"' "two ' Commissioner did no,t ospumo jlra(t Ucj In bo.th districts. 3.00 j. in., pn a' For Sale. ono iiiom the biblo and ono fijwii (.ho callwl 'lynmiiitjy ol gunman wura noceoasaj-J,;located in opsne-- nt wore Cinijitviifii .headijunnijera . oowiifof tiho Unfi'tiK ftxercUott of W10 ' J jrrqoni, .lijh auUrewid tfi the unHUciie-i;Wuttrxson Jlotol yenterflay p. V. A mow upnlaht, liish erade pjano for Now York. ttfio Vixua liAr airival W. O. V. w,hlch uako? fiuva u(t :00.' I11B f J,ther and inoitJier. "When wo found 'the Jjumdry wiVh a 'forms aa.le or will cxoluuigo tor land, bawwcU, of DanvUJje, is in pliarue. nojnin.f m. Jet e.verilwly comvo out uml at 2 o'clock yeiHtiMTtiy hero Miera , moilm,' rlctura how clpte by R Burnett, of llarfonl, lias nlfirgo of of galo to uifmii.liuscr. bCforo the 'ie Jiaat'iied tliiQujsli (ijlio iiiuli,t (n a e k ono anoro real Hxio luali Ripie punpau. Ail a one horaa Onoocns' DeJ. ftVaj- - were 'no wodes or pormans n I (ha f ohi0 ti'ie PublJiity and SpJakjra.' lJurd;n. losi'' V and bqke l'i bPJw to .tiho Ualnliiiaiio'Jmnw Ur. Dquher,ty, 11 noiahboriw!," Axton Uaa spoo pa ifopklni- - on, tor W Mhoap. Good as new. I , ttto bwaue, will 'mUh fpr Central W. F, Qhtaln I tonight. ' A. B. WEBDINO, a Km Bu'i pwoae lo1 25c to .Jho vl: io and nwUiwr, Mwusc(City. Ad.nvllon Kp und Ube tather Dundee, Ky, "When we found a laundry wlUi the ana antlers to adorn fj'io ii"adquant',ril ' . . pew , f, from sep, wi"- iw JaaeJ tst HnU:iM Company, and who diM.P"atvd folfox ian s unknown Iminvdlitcly trumi .Mil on a cili lowing hi rnc band vt (Wi, iiiul Mi- - ILtt-ti(n jiroiiklnuil imnl ioolity, ViUcliter fit Tml li.ilnUrlilsi', i J'tflfal b Hx ti.t 3"'l Vurckoorcr miimiir, St. (.' u'.lierjii . S:nit. v, 10 mirnoil inoriiliw. at UnltiKton, JO., Tluo teriinon u.is ! rforniftl by Uu . K. II. Cirllfcl-- , CM Oiufiiup iV ., I IVk Onliidctinii. h"ii ur llirnc, iiml Hl In aiii.Uiil yomiK brlilo .lrfiiiniuI J ClninrVJI liiiiiil.titPly nrtir Uic .l.n'it wh.-rtlur iri-a-wtvi tiil niul Tlio fiL'.licr niul a'jcitt. Js unknown. , nwtivx vt tlie Klrl ttlut KicrlMo'; Ivrnn-uJut h''- -' iuuI IIihmI ir,le r.uJ, Mit,il'rs Iwrr U.il, ro iUief ttriiluii. The luii'l'y julr nro liitii'TiiunlK wlji ,'n? 4xl'co nl autri'i.s f I""!"" hut on illo. iuuI mi be m'.Iict I f Hiln-brldae, Tuo-nl.iIti-v- wihon Uu lliulnbrlilgp, "ami (Jliat wji .to take my daujjhjlor out (n It called muohitiu with somo i,licr younir wiom?n. lloflx.von, alios Burncs, ujlw IbfrUroi-suunit Mls Hauihrldgu liere less than five wcikiucii. Honrrlvod M.'i"j"ctedlv vsl lenpo at In the city iijiJ took up (i inline;- "'"'' Tlilnl Kireot, tf house of Mr. Uu llrown. J,t wni at a ciji.l function in tho '.:wl Kn.1 lluif; ho ftrli mot illN tut:ihrld;e. At first nifM the two ocniM 1 wljli e.uh ojier, aal 'hty - if n, ', tonetlnr nt nuny ii ei IIolienon or evasive of Pubjic Jni.ruption tattd Tuesday Ah it Louis" Caught Short Distance several more cones of paddtd ool c n at Heart. From Scene of Alleged Crime sua luive been unearned in uhe (past few days and that the dl'icoiery has i sayd the Sato 'over $:oo,ooo alrca'ly. Ky. SiTt. Ioulsl'Je, Now York, Sept. II. "Gyp the Wool" He ?ay ho boi'leveg itho tq'nl iinunt ror rinanclns the ProToslvo cam IvjuXj," .ithe missliis that ultimately win Jw mvcfi wlll)anu paljm in KntW-kwtna made at a mn Indicted as two of the notual $VW,000. Hamletit fpj'3 W'e in"Ctti;r of Vie State .Central C(minlt-te- e or.man llqjionlfiol, the of Che school census ifnauds ers ot p.t llie Witlo"-n- i In t,lia headauaiiters blw, were found by thee poj,lce .tondffht the fact ,'jhat FiraAl pooplo, Hotej yesterday afiTmooiu llneialc-In- unborn iing in IM" 'wlUl t,,e,lr 'n'Ive ln a v&t t" children and ptriple away from the inliiods mhih Brownsville section Q,t Brooklyn, gohool census oUvoratatesandforM-cast djcred;t upon tlie fighting funit tunig. .Ho win take stops ut once tn Theey woere arreated .by Deputy Po'lc of ifv olil-- r parties, Un Icaflera of put cah case before the grand 'Jury Jn Cqmmjgsloner Dousefhty and a pquad In 'IhU the Hull Mis.s nranli;(o the wunty where tho rrJUns wasldo'ie,of detecUves wlio took fjhem to vpV S'.a'.o offer a p'.ui whrcly the .sinews ntu! tho headquarters and tlwm up. lockeil rnluv intu rtii l., of war can bo ?curel from filn rank ousjy jiroseo.o'l and Tl"y wll' 'ho arraigned Jlondaj-- . r.o ,tho penjt sent 11ml file of tlvJ janty nieinbarjJiliP. tiary, if papule. The wliiool ctuii3 r.f. The two .men Jiad bden oucumy.ing the plan is nlmlSir jo t.ha,t alpj'it'Vl a TJiis numbT of cl,5ies and Dynvjfia nr.i tiat inco August 13, and wew a'.one SUU-- . In ccJrtaln Ceiu fi"at, furth.v :U1111 Tuesday w,hen fjhey wiere io,nyl bflns lnviestlsa,tMl o tnom $t of meiiUerJiip, ckvItk; b' tt'Kdr .wives, throuwh whom c;ue,s to frauds aro ox,peoted to dcivqcj). (lUrK.-ve'$.V0, will he anil issued their wihoreabouts wtxo obtained sy BarKdd.Vo IlnmlciU Suprrintendint Padded School Censes. from Frankfont iws tJi.tt "Gyp the Blood" discovered Jn Brooklyn, tdio Ilerglhton hand laundry" which f;titrd "11 riu,lroinonfjj. They She,mselc ,to watqh the apart Hue launnlry pltuatci'l aboio m'TVB and date in the atf.cr.naon we,re '.rewArditl by seolng "Gjp tho Bloqd's Wlfo leave the btflldlns nnjl do on ewraml ' t a store. "now I Women to Use Whips. Ijaraad, Kas., Sejit. 11. .Horscwflrtp and clufes are the weappnp yhe wDmna.Vfl asoclatlcn of Lamed mem-bo- ra of whloJi Uireatened lolay to u them upon t'w city's gaimblere If '(thy ir Pf. "li' trun-rea- s dax-elo- ff o re-jt- do noit 1 onve tlio home lovlnig ilus)bpJY"' ' of ith;S town, alone. Foiojng futile efforts by the "Ol'.t'O to rid the town 'of the mm,sjcr,s tli women met .today and lspu nn tliat they mtendcid to ak I the law itn tlirr own Hincli!. - Death' of Shelby Park Jf-U- now-dui- d- Shelby Park, son of J. II. anid M. A. Park, died a his homo'Seiit.,'l5 15jl2, r a long suffering y'ncfs ot favor. Shelby wps born In ,Ohlo coun-ty.KJy., January SI, 1&S2. Jle wna. 1 pri-frres.- io I w 1 t eii.il 1'ihl1'-iwit- er to.! rt e, pum-bjrjn- fr I 5Ii-s- . 1 ilr. enn-cq- .; piti, Bun Baptfjt churrali, pinco about fjm ago at siNliew andJljved a devojsi member. filKuby wxim a sotT" boy and was loved by all thnf knaiV him. All was done for him tiliat licvlnj: thy dm Ba,vior hanrls could do, but know best and called bym frimi us to ,We pain not thy sweet homo aJove. cajl Slieilby back "s but wo can mset him in ha,t sweet horn? bejpnfl, wlhe''e' there Is 'no more sorrow or paittng. Wiseip noitifor Sil!.)". d'or pcironys, for we feelithat ha Is ; resting (n tfiy I ' tli-M- J swecjt a;-eei- Savior's arms1- - Wieep y np dar li; Wi"-ger-anulber- lit iflff-'j-n- n 1'a.r-vi- e bus-band- JnjW'JI-geau- ie nl at trn I gt I slator and brothers for Shelby Is only In Jesus and Emue we ran mxt him. Sholby loa-o- s a roV.lnr J.'foj "is three brotlicire, one and a tiot of itrienda and rciAitiivs to mourn hl& demarture. Shelby was laid at rest September 10th a Clear ltun pewneiftary. Funeral sorvlces ware conducteid by Rev. It. E. Fuqua. A'ipreiolious ono from Us lis gone. A voice we lovfd is still, , A vacant pdaiee in our fiome, , , Whi5li navcrican be iljlod. I A COUSIN. sjtr I tre tans ran' Mchenry. Sqpt. IS. hai-- Toll returned from a (ftp Mrs. Le 'daiugh-ter- a tp.Tet lnmier-l,:J-tek'- a ", H.-J,- obn I allsl nwr I atrn,stirtd I I as. Mrs. C. Car) Ooqts was tjie piest iof her anothor this .week. iMlas Annie .Smi.t.h has returned from Arkansas where she has .been vis4tini? I her Ulster Mrs. It. Jtosj. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Kel'cy and children of Greenv'i'.'o are v.t"ng jCaA.v. fx ... ,.owr heme. I r- mens la e. ' .Vt. A - I V b8 t'iit at tri3 w I ulx-th- -- "-, - unler-t,itenic- iii Nanoe of 'this piape da qpend I Inz a law days In IsUjavjAle. T3ofpev 'Messrs Robb LarkAn and are in.tiQuisA'lllo dfttcnclrg ;p Fair. Mrs. R. D. Brooks and QUirifi, ot Graham haie been the irUMJifi.ot Mr Robt. Simpson this iwcok. Jiss Annie spey, ,who has ben (3londing her vacation at liotmo has returned to Loulsilllc MIhs I&abel4 Stwarfc ip.vCpiti.ing rcji-Uv,I jn Oreeindlle. iMlas Lee Itnwe Is (the EWtti At drenil i in iHartilord .this wtek. MesstB W. A. Plu,mniir and Dj. Cro,v-do- r epenit a few (lays in LniUjavle (fio fjrt of (ho .week. I Prof, and Mrs. V. il. atosiUi Ivave from a hliort vjlt.ln WWtos-wllliMiss Ei-i I ea e. I faviv-olli- w Power House Destroyed at Mc-Hen- ry. - I Fllre o,f unloiown origin distroycd tha Prtwrf tiouse, boilers and enatnia of Ui mines at Mcllenry about iS o'clock Tliuirjgday "' mornng. 't ( tV w'''. """ i"u wfw in-ot- her Tlw loss .! not fully known 'at this tlmo, but wjll be vry Jiifivy. On uccpunt of jlio tiro tlu're wjJJ In two or tlwree 'months ilejiiy in ,tho mines at IMfJUmy, and tth? enpijoyor?s rv4il necewaj Hy Jbo tlwowu ou,t of work. The mines at dtunflfrr will bo closed, far I t!ie(y rocoivl tiiodr po,wr bxm tlio iMcJIenry ipajit.1 ru'i-nlnsr ao l Notice. Tlw Hartford AtagUterlal District A. S. ot K. will moot at Cliapuvui Sohooil Iiquso S'nU 2Ut, ut M oilo-Ja. 111. This Is an ilmpqrtant matter. Rio to ix. tliat ypur .local Is rftprosuntmd. G. P. JON.KS, Olrm'n. , BYltON BEAN Sec. lo jv, - 1 rjuttw. "The Thirty and Nine;" Or, Why Stop With One? By Babies and Dollars. Crn'mrr Martl'it', of Iml'iin.i, wio ! u "lr i running nn.o f Something Which Evsry Man and tI-- f i.'rpn Uw ijt Woman Should Be Able ta Look l lino-rBack Upon. In tuxU nr iyn v, on,. i CHEER OF THE OLD HOME1 Wil-on. I j JOHN B. M'FERRAN. Chairman Educational Committee. Louisville Commercial Club II. nt our cdiicntionnl problems from a buine3 IOOKIXO wc have been turning too much to what is called education. I am myself a believer in higher education. I mean liv that the universities, colleges and high schools and would not detract from their importance in the least, but tlie.y arc already liberally provided for far in advance of our common It would be a Moi'.ns If we pircnts ,. be could Juit reflect tUt It may bo that oum' the only cheer In life which our chll-- , ' "II t Oi "a ' dren will r Is the fheer of tho old ' ,r home, writes Frank U. GtinV.iuIus. They nrc hurrjlni; out Into tho world i' oiiir of wlih ii m which has no '!me tn make them.mvvr of .us wniU rriM' are rortunntp, as tho n ih 1rL,.. rflh.,. Tariff..-worlhappy. If says, they will probably have , w, ar, " tli ,,ll, blio , Unit ry dolltr imiil tmt ,u Uva U1 ex ",ri"r, " i in . firmly "fth oplnjon tint The celehrated D. Alwmctliy n! Undoi w.n hum in atJmcnrt in tfcn-r- di,or wurcjiif A the osiash were the m't pmlifie fciliml, emotion a..J oBectw .i report, nt tll! rcc"nt modlcal wnrer jffecleJ accord,,,,,!, and ihc .i..mh omoeMtl'ourfhthe -- Hen of ) He continue,, cvilaUMit.TDlt'w'iolr . , how tlut tho .. iik 'lo "cnle- - of t..'. I,." . ,..-- ich." kHelomacM on to the conneoucnt ?ton.deh uad t tl e winch result theicirom, i or Jy"pcpa an I Vu m .'ritudr ,( virion, disejtM medicine cjii do ccinr ju.i-- -j a a wiuw.. !, al. NO ONE STRONGER THAN HJS STOMACH. iur "cry .. 1 To-itu- y "'emiyho "Tr pr- VSi. Or. Ptevtfi'a Go!Jcn Medical Discovery, 'Sovcrnl ninntlisnir it-i- thj ' U Hi iin.-..- - j school. We are told by the United States bureau of education "that, more s of our boys in the United States leave school before than the end of the eighth grade;" "that the average length of a bov's schooling is less than siv years, and this chool training before the .ages of twelve to fourteen years, while the boy is too young to appreciate his low;" "that less than one boy in four completes the grammar grades and but one boy in eight coes any further with his schooling;" "that only one boy in forty of thoc who enter the first year of high school completes the course in high school, public or private, or goes liiglier;" "that of all boys twelve-- to fourteen years of age who should 'Certainly be in school less than CO per cent are there." From the Sage Foundation fund's reports we are told that of 100 Txjvs who enter the first grade only fifty-fiv- e enter the fifth grade, only twenty-sevearc left in the eighth grade, six in the high school and one to enter college ; that only ft per cent of the males in the nation nro fitted by definite educational training for their occupations or two-thirdn These facts arc given on high authority, and when we remember 'that they apply to the country at large and that Kentucky is probably below this average, is it not lamentable ? IF ONLY OXE BOY IX FORTY COMPLETES THE HIGH SCHOOL COURSE IS IT XOT VERY IMPORTANT FOR US TO GO MORE STREXU-OUSI.AFTER THE OTHER "THIRTY AND XIXE?" think at present we, educators and all, are following the old trend I of looking too exclusively toward the higher education. I think our legislative bodies have illustrated this when four years ago they made it mandatory on every countv in the state to build a high school within two years. There was little mandatory concerning the poor, small jvihools scattered throughout the counties. These "thirty and nine" poor devils will have little chance to get within sight of a high school ?it all, but must plod along as bet they may. It is true the same legislature allowed the fiscal court to levy a fax of 20 cents on the $100 for school purposes in each county. It is also true that many of the counties levying this tax have used it largely in establishing a high school at the county scat or some other town, which is unfair to these "thirty and nine" who do not get to the Ingh school. Y AS OPPOSING HIGH PO NOT WISH TO BE UNDERSTOOD I AM IN FAVOR OF BOTH TO SCHOOLS OR HIGHER EDUCATION THE LIMIT BUT I AM COMPLAINING THAT ONLY ONE BOY IN FORTY SHOULD HAVE THE LION'S SHARE OF THE FEAST INTENDED FOR ALL. I THINK THIS SHOWS CLEARLY THE NEED OF MORE MONEY FOR OUR SCHOOLS, SO THAT ALL MAY HAVE A PAIR SHOW. There is, I think, another mistako that ought to be corrected as 1 far as possiblo, and that relates to tho pay of teachers by location or with reference to location. Tho cities and large towns and wealthier portions of tho counties have the pick of the teachers because they pay "higher salaries and the environment generally is more attractive. Thus tho hack districts in tho counties (where there are generally rmore children) arc compelled to get along with the cheapest and poor-cs- t teachers. These teachers, as a rule, havo the minimum salaries. Now, I hold that these "thirty and nine" out in tho back districts for good results need the best teachers or at least as good as the best. This condition can bo met at once by tho county boards supplementing the salaries of teachers in tho poor districts out of tho county funds. Such action would bring immediate relief. WHY WAIT OXE YEAR OR TWO YEARS FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION WIIEX THERE IS A TEMPORARY WAY OUT OF THE DIF- gboiiM k'ou ko a aii!ikfr'i'l ojoiil tit tho djijo of ,Jiy, mil Its (.Aiuti ni,ii . sulphato Is used any fish which may Hllriu, bl is iUJy m tli "lllll of Vor all ? ) 1.V'. ,VH non git sua , bo In tho pond will be injured. The a proportion of copper sulphato used In a r nuinfj lo inj, lK(Kir nViw X l. iir tho ponds at Kow Gardens Is one part Opm t, iuo upon It. J, my o'o;n rffs lii'Ridl eiwiiv. "'! to from 7."000 to 1.000.000 parts of In Its HW"iitti" unil The Laugh Cure. Mtur ijiii us MMiuro Kit diJ iwtfno (ilmo. water. Sulphate of copper In a pullay n run K" U' !ik a n I.uu.-hU- r M'vti.tviuiiiUlnjr I'miiijU i:liwis a m ntn' Bvlij'ara- - It s "da verized state Is placed In a porous bag yo Uiu !,( 1, rojjilrijon, and dragged through tho water until sTo bltlmj ubronn snavy-frlinortw?w Uio Hil iumtiki'! fist li;te, lifi- f un hi tli-w Wiwm'jli iitwl dissolved. The water In St. James's lwmy uml Ktve 'ltio huhii of friiwii mill Park. London. It might be mentioned, sicotul bito( tojaj ei.lii3."Ylrtckenrl'lo )ui?JUr will M' "'li' UiV" l'm " " ( t'i has for two summers been Kept freo (Mo.) llulVln. It OktMIvll !h5 uli'trt, nri'l a ijoltiuil"' lifcl, iHivt wll itV rt''1 "" from bcum by thla method. London ft iw 'I ixilimiol .i,lr trum Uib Jfwiis of ymu iif. Mall. Repels Attack of Death uoCI. l 'Nhor ib kkiI jdl.ii'jiviji i us i "Plvo yatit ayo two doctors loM im i'vf.fit !ifiU.!i, whjiji limy liu Ifuitl Jiai'i pi iliu hu.nS.iii, "Jiiiuti liy a jil.!u of IilI nt w( liv No Steel Pens In Tropics. I hAl&nly tuo yAiM ito Uc." Tills fUMl JiUW &!." o Tho ordinary stel pens Uhod In vn tjrli f or .nilfiy, h often iitorwl stirUlm; HtatemKJit was iumI) y Ktllt- liiUMMir is n Um io i,Pln nn.-- l Utnia, climates, particularly thoso niul a Miru nuru fur Uvi MthavV "'Wi1'1-aJi- wxl ihiuy used In tho United States, are not nun Cmm, JUUcMto Col. "TJioy to',i A yy'y ii'trn liVt3" adaptable to tho tropics ou account of uril unjy. inn I wouVl (11) wWi i,iHUiuiiUon. It rusting. Thla Is especially true durljafUkT in i)iiU,.i,,. I to ii'ijtTii tll.Ul (til ll'S llV. UMIOifl MmOtJillV. ing tho rainy season and at seaports, wa up to ma thwi U try Uio Olid it"i jiLtkv (,erilwl' urnuiiil you lironzo or brass penB, or those coated Urns milMiK nii'l I Imviu to iisj I jr. To Mothers IwWii'i hurnuijiloii iuJ Ji'n. t,l iCul. to mhI jitl wluvr i,Uio tiD You tvui j lluulUen'.i Artiln fiilvol with bronze, do not scorn very be thus KIiu-'-s N.' Dleovcry. M wan wtll I I.iii;,' f aulckTy dlil, affected. Ink deteriorates for today I urn 0fkiiB mid to u.pa cl AMncn of ooinu, iim'i vt, t'l H, uml lu of Jf Is '"lt In tropical climates and often has tho 1 owo my 'fo tn H'l purit llu)it toVy iuil urustvl Jmmo k, consistency of gum. On the ordinary tur, cJmfliia, ortU(.l (Uiograo lf JfiUftiar Uo a tf!o ivxuoo; It bj'.i in ola.s Usjlr nJvjtilwi'al 6iiirM, steel pens this aids tho rust and ia auli'inu icurtlat Jiw hard to wlpo off If left for a short '.of iiiiotlior vlctliii." Its Colly Io wiffcr Au ONtiuw o duii.iK,', uml ijiua h'iuh. uiiU, buuis, ulc., ivl'li I ,tjs the JJj;ci-tlorj,uns. KuVn'iuf m julj!t'y. time. With tho bronze or brass pen Willi coutlu, fold or oUitr throit und l'Ui, uiMra, oU, lunnlivj iir, !i''r or with a pen coated with bronze the lunif troubVu jiow. Tuko Alio cure LIuVn IxiUaJar Ktti.M Uiu Jvtiri iui.1 fa"fl . coated Ink la easily wiped or burnt sifust. l'rlcs, 59 ciU mid 1.W. Trt-i- l )rid or j)li T")inx, uul hiii'iuinxt ulijUluU lnuuty. It luos no wiui". z't f'1 off. b'MUi fnu at nil1 drufslits. Ij, tifiturc'o Jatf;8 fur - xA all dr'itflata. I exi.iuh,'..r 1 -i w FICULTY PENDING IMPROVEMENT IN LEGISLATION? Think of tho unlift given to tho citizens of another generation even by a single term of schooling! Is it not littlo short of criminal to fail to apply a remedy when it is within our power? If we cannot get funds enough for both high schools and "low" is it not belter to use sufficient of tho county fund in this way than to put all or the bulk of it in a city or town high school which Destroying Weeds In Ponds. Copiier sulphato Is often used for tins "thirty and nine" can havo but littlo hopo to enter J Would noi In weed3 dte.-- e "thirty and nine" by reason of their improved intelligence destroying the ponds. But precautions must bo tathrough theio better teachori in time forco the building of high schools ken, for unless the right proportion of seum-lll;e ould skin It, shins fu""' Ins checrfulnrM mN J1" K'i.' ncilnst the firnlture or break the'"-1V on d nt.r tn hv XIV. clia'- -. Ulessed old dajs. Louis and most wholesome to look hack i lam wo mu-r- t J,troy Protein, v upon, are thoe when tho hearty laush rem 4 ;j jHtl ouce,imi , of father would not split tho lnce cur- - j tlMtf ljn r New jr..i ,iV . tains, ami nntin inuinvr roum aa3 w r, UOM UM t, cu tj,w two he. healthy children upon her ','- ;"lM of ,bortM lap while sh was slttlns down, with safety lo all parties, in her rocker. NOi"- - 'i " "" In j'nn liy ,:h IviltJi ;f w ir coin on earth costs so little to mint wcro cuy.in yicir vxUi on and Roes so far In paylnp life's heavy u-- n 4, epene4 as Oood Cheer Pessimists are mado beforo children are ten Wh.it til" poorO" of tfil, mury wu'i yearn of ape. and pessimism comes Jj ii:irtuirtt,y to earn Mis illjir. It when a child cannot turn a golden th j' .ire ,?lin Uin.,, un al illir laush into ready cash for life's poverty ti'i y eini n'l clean crmicth to mi.t W'o talk about the cruand Its relief. Ime the "V"il'KO of elty of a father's depriving a child tlinn, . of sufficient clothing. It Is too bad: t 'iwiy, of ijrio. .Trtn but a child's toes would better be ruddy and his ears tingle with cold than to have a home with winter In Deafness Cannot Be Cured the atmosphere and tho smiles all by tTcal npi'Jat!jiis( ni thuy ouinit freezing to death. t,ho (UstiKil jior"! n of ttc tvv No child Is prepared for the sui on b on way So m' iltifnoM, things of life who Tliro premely serious Uwit l by m.xll s cannot Hugh away all the goblins and nnJ ghosts and break with the shining Difne.- U caiiitMl by un Inf until of tjj nmoMSH 'Jn'iiR of Uio i:s wand of Good Cheer the circle drawn around him by any ciant. tadikin Tub?. WJin this Uibo I ou ut! a rumbllnK louml or LIGHT SHINE Imirf,x't li.'nrJnjr, ami wlien It li LETTING THEIR L'tuvil, lioufnosj Js Uie rfetilt, anil College Girls as Expert Laun- unlets th; Inflinimat'tin con In takvj But dresses Do Not Appeal to One , out im I this tuba n.vtorel to Its normU New York Housewife. for. coulijn, li'tarin nil be over nln" n out of ton nro oiiH5l College girls who have studied by Catarrh, uhloJi Hs nojiliis but on laundering in their domestic science InflijnoJ coniU'.ton of Uiv juuotu 1 course may some time find an oppor. tunity to apply their knowledge withWo will ff!vi OnoHundreil DoVar for out Inconveniencing anybody, but (o.iiifl v they have not yet reached that Idyllic any nit- - of l)ifn(v cat.irr'1) Uiat cntinot ! oure-- l by Ita s stage. olrotikir-- . frw. "Just at present they aro an In- Cata-r-li Cure. Sfivl V. J. CIin.NT.Y & CO.. Tokulci, O. tolerable nuisance," said a woman who has had Indirect dealings with SV.il ly DrU!M;l4l4 T".e. the young graduates. "Since they Tiko lLUl's IVmiUj l'Jr3 for have undertaken to uplift the world through the medium of the washtuu I haven't had a stitch of clothes fit to put on. Try This One. "That Is because they aro trjlng to Tw firmi r.s bail 3) apnl'x cuili t,o teach my laundress how to wath and Iron. The poor soul has made a liv- s 1. One folil hbj 3) tuo fo- - .1 j'nnt-- , ing at the washtub for 13 years and wli'ili brought h'ni l"-- . Tha o'Jur )(l has brought up four children, yet Ut 3) thrc for a ;enny, wjch jliroiulit those scientific laundresses have con- h.ni lno, or a to,il ot.i",u for (Ji" 6 cluded that she doesn't know her busKK' "a- One farmer Iciri5 irlvt K'nt iness. Sij nxP e to mirlv' t by ttio "There lcn't a laundress In town 'i w'-'JuMiulit to rni jorl that Is safe from Intrusion". Some women with Irish tempers won't be and pu t,h Jn"toif'Iicr ami o"il .I bothered, but my washerwoman Is too for two jieiiri's. O'l rlurnlns d to refuse Instruction, tuiio j.1 uttinj i.p a vut), '.c founil so for the last month she has been lri. tli had iroly Airomjht Sim "I turning out her weekly wash with What nt th other pennj. ? just out ofcollego some sweet thing pottering around bossing the job. "The poor woman Is nearly crazy, Nineteen Miles a Second and so are her customers. Maybe without a Jarf slio-- or dLsuirJbinra. Is If left to themselves the girls can do the awfui.vpttl of our ivirlh ihniui a decent Job at laundering; I know spc. We wondir at ituih iilii f. my washerwoman can, but when their lo Cioi.) Mho movo'iiaut aJiJ methods clash both make a botch of No the Job and linen comes home button-les- Uko Dr. Klng'd New LltjIH scorched, and torn." New York srlplne, no UstrciJt Jiu.t Uiomujjrh wrk Times. tint brings sxl hwi,.ih an! ULno, Ji: at all lniffs!sU. Wycllffe'e Prayers. Among recent sales of relics and r,ow, if any, m ll"lnw, leave nwt wit curios In London was that of Wycllffe'a tho triform iuccts.i that .1 n- ii'.ti le J "Prayers of the Bible," of the date of tho uw of GhamU'rlaln'rt Coii, CbiH'ra "The rare old 1527 or thereabout. anil Ulirrhocti HetnoJy. Tho ramarkabV black letter of this work puts it," says iwlikh It the noted authority on curios. J. F. curej of oollo anJ Blacker, "at once among the scarcest It lia3 offy;t d In a'arost oery examples of old "Flete Strete printit a wide ru,ta-tlon- . liao sU-ing. The noble old divine died in 1834. 1'or .x jI'i by a J shortly after he had completed his translation of tho Bible Into English. Theso prayers were 'Imprynted' just Ever Eat Watermelons? A Few about the time when the first English Suggestions. Bible was published by Tyndale In the years 152C1532. The six parts realized KVilrvr watermelon it an ait (V) lit 250, though a copy of each of tho Irunud by As n dj-- nt Jt first four parts sold some tlmo ago for li n t a aiKcvsa. It Ml ton Imvl v 400." on i llnnr. I.ll.c a jr a H'll " ''" ti,.ii u" - " ""'" ot -- "'J1 w-- .i sia X,f v. -- rv &w US x -- l.e i J ,, t ", .... "7'rVrnir5'4 'Pi V j! yr SiPirtn' 1 winI j .M.m u M Miiiiav "JLhI Mif ( ''in '' "iriiid on fur . I is".r.ri nil fi 'nt lii'Tt-- irn, illd uU k tn itiI thonnttor whitii did iim no ir.l.ti i mall- I-.trlnlw x'toril It w.i, n I told I,ut 'hi-nad; tn.'won. Win .r. I did Hi Lift,, it !ta. Itnn-.- that l would faint ., r I Hwallo.tI 11 llil" nt M'.y Illirt1 1! I.TlM "'icrrcI III!mi i, Mfdlral III "" iimiH. 1 11 DNimvi'-- ,i Or told ii . -b l 1 1 I iT'-r- . iii nirn pain rial , w' ti ''7'' 'V Hu.j:iaw f it -r ir ,i imi.Iu I'll! vim .iiii r . 1 an. aroti,' and w.ll ni.d ;:.h do i "'- -'w 'it. put i i niia.'V"rtMt.aniiillri Tl. with Tx saytii illMitliTtrawrlto t.i Ur. i' li wuiiil. Hilly. ; :rv"uda." PI rv. II lij.iuyi.ti. liMi -- ' Ol It.illM Ollini (Mm-- , I 'ii"ii Iium winiou "l i JAMES & CO., 1 tl-o-y First Class Uverymatt Kentucky. Centertown, Prompt Attention ami (iood Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, p-i- 1 OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.50 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 Thk Reptp.lican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 and The 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 ami uauy uwonsooro inquirer The jtiEPUHLic-Ak O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Fanner The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 al m-tlf- iloV-roj- il Globe-Democr- at mi-Ja- Rkpi-blica- n 4 ro fr Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to - mrfi-'i-ko'-- , THE REPUBLICAN. tiv vi gentle-mannere- 1 -- YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads s, Noteheads Envelopes : Statements Cards And -i other printed forms are given UU-rlio- rn .u?Lt'i-borho- ol Special Attenton In The Republican n Job Department. ba Jy Its'lfj Thu m?lJii .shiiullj mil. It lioulit 13 rliu. Us XJih a'lon, 'I Iiju'i lll ii sraluat'-- . It" In r b i3t Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Mrs. At. D. McPlicrson, from N. C. "They grew worse, till would often faint I could not walk at all, and 1 had an awful hurting in my side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, 1 began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me," Chad-bourn, 1 !l (id -- Jjt fl i'nli i - itt '.u-'i- I Wi-I- ii-- nl tern-perat- CARDUIWomlnlTomc For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. r I I niijin Ad Others loi tJ-Ifh- o u-- tuji, 'f u-ft- ' Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept.. Outtinoon Medicine Co ClurUnoofi. Tenn Stxclat liutructtoiu, tad e book. "Hume Ttcitmcat (or Women." test bee. J i a Dlrectolre costume, and as nn had robbed a bank, even though he nwEosoacMMMtowsMS would be decidedly In tho way, promised himself that he would nay Elizabeth wos not so fully equipped her bnrk some day. Condensed of for emergency ns was her custom, ' ttnwnvnr lilt lintitrhf tliA ilnlrnte . ' It hnppcnfid In this way. hoilDtit Ihrm rnrlv In tlio wont fnr hn OK THK As Elizabeth passed the park gates knew by pad experience thnt money In her motor, a young man rode out Inlinn n way of cpcnplng even when you lly JEAN M. COLMER By A. HOWARD W to the road. His horse wns nervous, hdVc made the best of plans for Its nnd chose to take fright at the big future. Once they were purchased nnd car. Elizabeth did not sec clearly frVr.!.!,. . ... , by AMOrintcd Literary taw,y ,owe n wy " I'OCKei t 1.'ll..l..tl. ... r.iiiiiuuin ciurnca irom nor nrsi Just what hnppened, which was not Prcn.) rhnnKo enmc over the artist, his con- surprising, as sho shut her eyes and OF DAM, KY. Tobln Oliver, the artist, lived with ficlonco cosed to prick him and ho nmbulnnce class flushed, but elntcd. placed her fingers firmly In her ears Kor the first time In her like r Ray.i hi mother nnd little slsttr Clnrlssn In Mt "t""Kcfo' twenty-onas the horso began to plunge. yearn. existence of At the Close of Business June 29, 1912. a rather nice boardliiK hoiiKe: so nlco.l iwponsiuie trunnt. in nil tne years To be quite fair, however, Elizabeth .,.. .t.. of patent drudcerv b nee his father win reiiseu. me cnu 10 . -In.lrp.i i.ni i recovered quickly, nnd flinging open board bill the Olivers had to tuck ,1,c'1 Tob,n Jin' 'nIcn " holidays, nnd arms wns sounding; brave men Hock the themselves sway In two tiny rooms) on j nw ho rcvcIcl In tho Joys of antlcl-th- e ed to join tho reserve force; brave up window, ordered Richards to pull Instnntly. She then dismounted, Potion. He looked nt the tickets women felt the call also and did their fourth floor back. RESOURCES. I LIABILITIES. veTy morning to bo suro thnt they utmost to nip their Incompetency In splendidly Dlrectolre ns she was, and Tobln' was n patient, kindly person, wero safl'' but no 8ald nth'nK to the bud. Kllznbeth, loo, wns carried ran quickly through tho mud to where with hair thinning on his' temples nnd Loans ant! DicCounts.$107,018.36 Capital Stock $25,000.00 the young man lay In the midst of a a sloop to. his shoulders which mmle Blnnn, for It was to be r . great . stir- - away by the universal enthusiasm, swiftly .. Cash in Safe gathering crowd. 11,948.43 Surplus 27,822.10 him look very much older thnn he prise, ivery wcanesiiay nigm uiann nnd, with feelings of excitement not Forcing her way to bis side, she Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 should, for he wr.3 stltl very young went with Tobln's rlvnl. William Hutt, unmixed with nlarm, she nttended Dividend No. 30 1,250.00 "flrst-ald,- " nnd rejoiced to took In the situation at a glance. Whin he was a boy he had hnd to a moving picture show, nnd every classes of Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 Deposits Saturday afternoon she walked with feel herself at last a useful member Pushing away the policeman who was 227,742.54 dreams, even ns oilier young artists supporting tho boy's head, she pulled Overdrafts have, of painting pictures thnt would Tobln through "the park. He knew j of the community. 540.33 off her Dlrectolre Jacket, and rolling astound the world; but now that his Just how she would smile when hoi Elizabeth In her nrdour became Real Estate.Furniture more trying to the family circle It Into a ball with fine carelessness, father was dead and ho hnd his moth-o- r told her that, Instead of walking in even In she placed It In the mud as a supher previous lethargic state. the pork, they were to go to the clr- - thnn and. Fixtures 2,000.00 nnd sister to support, he chiefly port to young r drnmed of dodging the Inundrymnn, cus together. Diana had a funny, ber TOOm '" lne "omo "nci no mem-swe- Imagine the surprise man's shoulders. of tlle household could escape the her when, as she was little smile that drove away the and spent his Idle moments In figuring merciless hand of Elizabeth In all tho about to make an elaborate "cranium Total pucker from her brow. $281,814.04 how to pay for Clarlssn's schooling. Total $281,814.64 So pleasant was this thought that flrBt flre of ner patriotic enthusiasm. bandage" upon the Esmark basis, a stalThese calculations allowed of no an elegant apart-th- e wart young woman forced her way Tobln forgot all about Clarissa until Tne drawing-room- , mnrglns'for expensive recreation, yet The Only Bank in the Cotinty on the Honor Roll, end of the week. On Friday ment upholstered In the best of taste, through the crowd and knelt down at Tobln wii6 contemplating a piece of wild extravagance. Thus It wns par- night he Worked late at a downtown ! became littered with improvised his other side with a look of great ticularly disconcerting when Clarissa, art exhibit, but on his way homo he splints and rolls of coarse material, determination upon her stern features. Accounts Solicited. deliberately abandoning her pose, stopped to buy a bag of peanuts for ' known to Elizabeth as the "Esmark" Elizabeth was nonplussed, and regardCorrespondence Invited. ed her rival with annoyance, which turned her pleading eyes upon him. the little girl. . Clarissa could not go bnndage. became more acute as she watched "Plente, Tobln, can't I go to tho to tho circus, but she could feed the . Everybody down to the second Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. man hnd undergone his shnre of tor- - the young woman produce scissors in the park. circus?' Tho house was In inky darkness ture while Elizabeth, with untiring and pins from her pocket and an ImClarissa was nn uncomfortnbly clever child, with n pretty, eager face, when he reached home, for Mrs. Ho-- ' energy, did head or "cranium" band-se- y mense handkerchief from her sleeve. I. P. BARNARD, President. Elizabeth got up from ber knees and wasted no gas on Into arrivals, ages, and practiced also how to make nnd frightfully long legs. Sho wns Tobln's only model, nnd posed for nnd It was only by groping cautiously a broken nrm comfortnble until the looked round her in dismay to have JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. her lawful prey snatched from her everything ho did, from fat policemen nlong that Tobln mounted to the arrival of the doctor. Upon ono As she stood floor. All was blackness there j morable occasion she hnd Improvised thus was too much. nnd colored mammies, to fashion platoi nnd soothing syrup babies. She except where a faint stream of light ' a splint from the board of a packing there in great Indecision, her eye fell the fact upon another female form forcing Itwas draped over a chnlr now, with shone beneath Diana's door. He was case, nnd quite mirror and powder puff In hand, find watching that light and wondering that there were four bent nnd rusty self to the center of the crowd. The Tobln was drawing her as an adver- why Diana was up so lato when tho nails protruding from It, she pressed newcomer, a fair girl of seventeen or tisement for American ltelln Beauti door opened nnd a girl crept out Into with her usual vigor upon the butler's so, advanced rapidly and with a busineair, rolling up her .sleeves as fying Cream. Ho had no Intention of tho hall. She closed tho door behind arm, and only found out the mistake ss-like her nnd again the hall wns absolutely when the unhappy man cried out with she came. The sight of another In taking her to the circus, so he possession did not seem to disturb her to bo very busy with his pi- I dark, but Tobln knew that she was pain, and displayed a hand mutilated cture, nnd nsslduously splashed the coming toward him. He stood still, and bleeding. This, howeevr, fur- In the least; she knelt also In the mud, and for lack of eomething betFrom Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return paint on tne highly colored checks of fascinated, nnd bis heart began to nished a new and most entertaining pound loudly. Although he could see test for Elizabeth's skill, who did not ter to do, fell to mopping the brow the American belle. nut ClnrlBia was not thus easily si- nothing, he could hear the soft swish rest until her victim retired, pale and of the prostrate young man with a two-inc- h handkerchief. Elizabeth's gaze lenced. She squirmed around In her of her garments as she approached. trembling, with arm In sling, and chnlr Splendid and repented Insistently: He felt thnt he should go, but his looks which expressed the most acute grew wilder, she took a step backwards and turned to flee. As she did "Please, Tobln, can't I go to the cir- strength seemed to have deserted him. suffering. so, she collided violently with a girl On yet another occasion Elizabeth Then In tho darkness his hand touchcus?" If the American Ttelle was to be fin- ed hers. She drew away, but Tobln seized upon her father, who was going who, armed with rolls of 'Esmark," you off In state to a dinner at which roy- - was flying towards the scene of action. . ished that day Clarltrn must be hu- - held her and spoke quickly: Elizabeth pressed ber brow In an"Diana, dearest, It's only Tobln. guish. She caught the policeman's Don't be frightened." eye even he was was smiling, and Tho girl stood still they were alpne a subdued titter went round the in the darkness, the other boarders crowd. were peacefully snoring, nnd somehow With a shudder Elizabeth gathered Tobln's arms went around her. Sho up her clinging skirts, now decoratleaned against him with her face hided with huge patches of mud, and den in bis coat, and Tobln, who had fought against his love so long and fled away through the press. With B. nt jvj afiA bd 4Iia mntm 4hii ' bravely, lost his senses for a time and w 4w uv wn mv wwtvi up beside the curb, and with a sob began to tell her hurriedly, hotly, all his longing for her. she flung herself inside and slammed Tfg-v-lW'-4 If she made no answer she made no the door. It was only when she had left the resistance, and rapturously he stooped TIM scene of action far behind that Elizand kissed her hair and forehead. "Diana, darling." he begged, "say that abeth thought of her Dlrectolre Jackyou love me. I have no right to ask et lying In a puddle beneath the young you, but say that you love me a lit man's shoulders. The thought was too much for her and she dissolved tie." Ho held her against his heart, bul into tears. with a sudden movement she leaned away from him, and a match flared Good Reason for His Action. ' out In the darkness. Across its circle In Germany during a war a captain light Tobin looked at the girl, and of id-brof cavalry was ordered out upon a fore o his arms slowly fell to his side. II aging expedition. He marched to the was Clarissa, her face all drawn ur. district assigned to him. It was a with suppressed giggles, and In hei lonely valley, but flndlrg In the midst i eyes the scornful, unsympathetic of it a small cottage, he knocked at twelve-year-olglare of a the door. It was opened by an old ' "I went to Diana's room to gel A Subdued Twitter Went Round the man, who leaned upon a staff. "FaPlease, Tobln, Cant I Go' to the some matches," Crowd. she explained In s BiS om.ikculTlo.l ther," said the officer, "show me a field ClreuaT" whisper. "I think there's a mouse is alty was expected. She Insisted upon where I may set my troop to forage." wm Boy Safe Man our wardrobe." Bored, so Tobln answered discreetly: bis waiting while she demonstrated The old man led them out of the valley . And Simple Rifle Then as- the light flickered out sh to him the correct way of dealing with and after a quarter of an hour's march T don't know whether you can or not. A pad being they came to a fine field of barley. I'll think it over and see if it can be leaned toward him eagerly. Insistent a broken collar-bonThe Rwmington-UM- C .22 Repeater is rifled, sighted and ly. "Tobln, If I promise not to tell necessary managed." to place beneath the pa- "Here Is what we are In search of," tested for accuracy by expert gunsmiths. It shoots as you hold. tho boarders will you take me to se tient's arm, and her father being In a exclaimed the captain. "Walt a few That quieted the trusting Clarissa, The simple, improved 'safety device on every Remington' very great hurry, Elizabeth could minutes," said the old man. "Follow .out Tobln began to feel shamefully tho circus?" UMC .22 repeater never fails to work. Accidental discharge Tobln shook his head. "I don'; think of nothing better suited to her me a little further." At the distance wns not deceitful. He knew that he is impossible. enre," he said doggedly, "who knowi needs than a sponge. She accordingly of a mile they arrived at another field going to take Clarissa to tho cxcus, The Remington-UM- C to takn that I love Diana." 22 Repeater is easily cared for. lb he had already planned fetched one, and placed It beneath of barley. The troop alighted, cut "Maybo not," continued Clarlsst her parent's nrm, and, unfortunately, down the grain, trussed It and rode off. In taking down, your fingers are your only took. The breech some ono else, tho most precious person In the world. For in the front shrewdly, "but If tho boarders know she realized too late that a sponge The officer then said to his conductor: block, hnng pin and extractor, come out m one piece permitting room of Mrs. Hosey'B fourth floor lived this they'll laugh at Dlann." should be carefully squeezed before "You have given yourself and us needthe barrel to be cleaned from the breech. So Clarissa saw the circus. Tobln's Inspiration, sho who would being placed upon a court suit of vel- less trouble; the first field was better The action handles .22 short, .22 long or .22 long rifle cartthan this." "Very true, sir," replied have been the lady of his dreams if ho vet. ridge any or all at the same time without adjustment London's Homeless. hnd ever hnd tlmo for drenmlng. This the good old man, "but It was not But even If Elizabeth's zeal did at On the night of February 9 last Rtminalon'UMClh pwf.cl thoollns comblmHoa Diana Garland was an energetic, haptimes outrun her performance, her In- mine." 1,203 persons were found homeless In Resiagtoa Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridge Go. py lltlo woman, with red hair and tentions were undeniably good, and New York Ctty snappy eyes, and though she smiled London, this being the smallest num- her family, though not well versed 309 Broadway Sun snd Fire Symbols. very often In public Tobln wisely sus- ber on record. The figure was rnaile themselves in the subject of "first-aidThere are to be found occasionally pected that she cried rather often In up or 97S men, 213 women, nnd ,12 was Justly proud of their patri- upon the walls of old brick houses, at private. Teaching music In a third-rat- e young persons. The night was wet otic daughter. about the line of division between the sUTer a nils as (tjliB two voice tlio jiuyqi CahI or Aann 1 MAa at first, then fine, and not cold; 25 boarding school Is nqt the Ideal i vi Jesus. S.UVC1 a iny ouui. The first course of lectures was first and second stories, flat pieces, of men and 23 women were found pn I existence for a girl, and whenever an Kslivioii 'ki,. always ,Ueen weilik-- j to VWeruUwn. drawing to a close, the examination iron five or six Inches In length and Ws-pwrote tills Jiyiun at anxious pucker appeared on Diana's staircases and under arches. shaped somewhat like the letter "S." st7, whatever tlio stpge of f4vllBiJon, j Ulmrlea The London county council report, was at hand, and what Elizabeth felt (Uio ajj of 32, uiul the eiory ot fool.- she wbb white brow, Tobln knew that The use of these articles was clearly she most needed was practical expewhich publishes these figures, states feeling rather forlorn. ni.t'im amlem ia UuA ,le stood )ty un brought from England, where It Is still w Oxo fivm of wuloir although the number of home- rience. There was trouble at the boarding that weeies-waShe roamed the park dally In search continued, and there is a curious melody Juivu acted, wiu ixwctod upon tha on a suinm r clay, uiml a little bird. 108 than in less by school one week and the pucker stayed less by u UuiirVr.-oi'in- , of accidents. She frequently visited origin and meaning attached to them. ri' 2'Vjus fore of tlieiwoiW, Wil t !i fHw.Jn-i- 'l o long on Diana's forehead that To- 1911, there was no corresponding InThe figure In question Is an early c.yy Ojlie room and sought refuge fWioi; crease In the use made of common the Rotten Row, and found herself aiwl unUi't.unl how tie io bln feared It was becoming permanent. symbol of the sun. It is still used In fervently longing that some unfortutlio uilltln C He longed to comfort her, but there lodging houses, casual wards, and free nate Individual might see fit to break Herefordshire and other parts of Eng- ni'iMt pCTjii nuMit contribution ono iuu thl? incident iivsii'in-I The districts where most of nviUe to itJie reHeltnia ilf fls jp wrjto this Jiyimit. was nothing he could do until Diana shelters. a limb. Elizabeth's search, however, land. There one is informed that the remarked quite casually one morning the men were found were the city, remained for many weeks unrewarded. reason for the particular form of these for a nmv gong wl(r.li VM1JJ Mflt (t llunly Wtu?l llwcl'ior, sjunkirvg of hl coming to town 140; Stepney, 122; Westminster. 187; that the circus was irons Is that they were made thus la on Ui'j wJjws of Jiruite .and Maytv to filler's 4uli and tvs Jovo for afil I She became quite despondent, and inand that she would like to see the and Islington,. 71. protect liypin, jyijd: "1 would ratyicr ha,v writ-t- in t la common lodging houses there deed almost lost her faith In the dead-Une- order to as from the bouse from flre tlio JiJ.'r thififl. baby giraffe. That- - gave Tobln his opcollapse. Harper's Tllio that Jiyimn of Wesley1 jt,hau to. of motor 'buses. Had she been as well liypiui .wnitit'Ji lw unin- 19,710 men, 1,373 women, 196 portunity. He knew It was a reckless were Weekly. rroJ man ia .u'n.louttvd'.y "Jeeiw, J.oyir "W" Xivv fa" ot uny Iqnt; on irtfi money, but what cared he couples and 24 children; while there able to drive ber own car, doubtless waste of her efforts would have freuently met 6,642 'ioniHi8. TlKire Is niuro of My SouJ," wrjitlin iby Chcuin Wd. It i Hiaro for filthy lucre? He was too poor .to were the following vacant beds, How the Alsatlsn Wss svee. 1,082 women and 49 couples; ,40 with success; but Richards, the chaufI :y. icowr in it. X wouJid racier lj Ub offer Diana bis hand and heart, but be men, The kalser'a thunderlngs against feur, who had could at least offer her a glimpse of free beds In Institutions were also- Elizabeth's bandssuffered acutely in It atamtt next o und nOjjsAb'y bnMe autihor f tlnty liynux ymn f liavn tlr recall a story Illustratmore than once, was unoccupied on the night of the homeh baby giraffe. of tho rloliat-- t uiijllomalro or the ing the state of feeling between the tvl iho T,wentiy-Tliivatm t'luj a0l wise enough to drive even more pruOne wild act brings on another, and i less census. Now York. Jlo wl'J djo tud rwt ixit French and Germans la Alsace. An ed th9 .Twtivty'fVbilrd lVuain-tl- io dently than ever. llttlu having determined to take Diana to Elizabeth now never left the house Alsatian fell Into the Rhine. He was brwti tlir.utU of H earth hfrnc, "ini--Jy- , of men',s tlioujjlut.H. J rwjll have itomr Wetk the Minimum Honeymoon. the circus, Tobln found himself still unable to swim, but he managed to lay; but weP.t to human ti"urt": '"ty nations Lo alap .tnoub'n or oncauiuM A man should be compelled by law without a pair of scissors and a box further Involved in financial embarhold on a log and screamed out In his' The American. Belle did to take at least a week off for bis of safety pins la ber pocket She native French for help. A German po- loijJ In Aty Khi'iJierd." XViei'$ liyniiii Iwuie. Ills mon"y will ho naMeitirt Ur rassments. hnnpvmoon In the oolnlon of Justice relied upon her petticoat, or even her or four gvnrAi3 t sharOj.wl'Jh ItavUVi ial 'mnur of .bninK- - 'Kvl'M'. Bot bring in ns much as he had expect-tklrt. for bandage, and carried an urn liceman standing on the bank regardand when he went to buy the piaizek. T. J. O'Nell. a lawyer, asked Ins iux and. 4VmfoiH .to tlio larBct evcryUrine wmoa to (Jke snowivl us,"ii rella la all weathers, which la an ed him with a cold eye, but took no' ad- tickets he found that he would have Justice Platiek for a throe-dato lwiva boon tdw cni.llMt for rodlstrlhuUonj but tlyu limu ujll further notice. The drowning man, to use Clarissa's commission. As be Journraent of a cr.se nlilch came up emergency could quickly be converted strangling his native pride, repeated, Jrumj'tt. I" eo o" ",K1"iS 1Vj11 tf' ! (JiillliAod unit HiB fri Usiel supported Clarissa and willingly sac- for trial before htm tho other dny, ton lato a splint. "Ki Uwul and t on the &iiriib wJi-- ii tfio rtiii.'r l'ift foi.th tlw At last the great day came; but un- bis cry In German, but still the police- -' ground that he was about to bq rificed his life to hers, there seemed the t wa'J inauait lij t" il1" Vry I think I fortunately It did not come at a time man stood coldly watching him. Then crav .t'u. bur. . bo real reason why he should pay her married, and wished not to be deprived sn inspiration came to the man In the; I "Jitoiui J.ocr of Jly Srfii)." u u,,o V','M1 ff l"w." f. for posing, but It had been hlB Invari- of a wedding, trip. Hut Mr. ONil'.'s when Elizabeth was entirely prepared. water. "Vive Ia France!" be cried. custom to give her a fragmentary specific request was tknlcJ by t'lq She was going out to lunch, nnd con- And the of tho nobyt expwKtfconH pf ChrU'J'n able policeman Immediately clothed share of all that be made on his pic court, which ruled that threo itr.ya sequently was magnificentlyImpossible plunged into the river and arretted faith ajkl hopo u oil literature and tures, la koeplng back Clarissa's was iBSuMcleat and a week none to a a la Dlrectolre. As it Is FOR FLETCHER'S tUe YwicnU'-tltlsluireis wlUi Iajtn crry clssors and safety pins In biin. earnings Tobln felt as guilty at if he ' tnuch for a mas about to be married. , wf yiw- I Uie tWj. ilrice in tjio iicfir urn-brcl- ln Tobin Plans a Holiday I I Her First Case S 1 e Statement Condition J! Beaver Dam Deposit Bank BEAVER I light-hearte- ... f """i f I , I ls I ine-four- th over-lookin- g I sssssrasssssssrqreiTOssfr AUTOMOBILE pre-tend- ed TRANSFER car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable when want to 'leave. COOPER &, CO. Hartford, K;y. jn unu 1 sdu.r1 iWBiiiWSBss'.MiBsBBsMBBWIBilliisMP'M Jb?sBsW&iSgiiBHBB'ESMsB44 8SKyflsHPSl&Sol eh imrfmrY??$5 flamrnerless. vrnwavjcv Sure sOQ REPEATERS a Shootind for or to Care For e. ," wor-jlp- . ss ' Alsac- e-Lorraine d, iee y niuiul; llr-aw-- ul Children Cry C A S.T.O R A. - '"MMPUf "MUHi fr rcszr wy.'.tf'PJW Hartford Republican. K.nW iiiiotaif.K to In nt mntt-- r fjarttaru, ., K-- Ho proposfs th)l the ' Ing by pntliiftsi. nXf-- iri'ry''FOBMER tl-- t lonp-head. OHIO COUNTY BOY IS WONDER jln ' In o tho farmer tinl. Reunion Near Cromwcli. tlvo rnrjy )utt iif tlio tiin '.(VMiMI r C. M. EARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS wfj "i ili '" by the lowering of jvjr pniTimniliitra uhlch ilio tanner Ic rum- pulled IP purchase. This is n tl and .1 .snnre Into which Hie iitnl "Inlnm !:" WiAtfmWwmnoti,.inWn. 't'-1 ma.-.he- id, wj,cMvr;Ray Chapman Is Sensation In Base Ball i OMituiy of iVio RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHCHS AND PROPRIETORS. A4drc all communlcatioiiB Hartford Republican. to tit to n tt- Sntwdllwr- oildrnw mn- -t pUetlie old nddre- - In iimllngtbe NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS vnr "111 miorot. mmm-crlpl- tint will hen tnrntd renlve no auliwK acroinjmnlfit by Ano'jmuw ntlflitlnii. commnnlt..Ulnn TELSFItOirz. Soiar-a- . RWX 1'juDA.y, :c: at. snPTi:aiBi: PROGRESSIVE TICKET. For l'rcstdcnt, TIlEODOltB UOOKVELT. Kor Vice GOV. UIlLiVM JOHNSON. I'rc-vlden- Immt markn tariff v'tjl uj-- o be ftmwjud; down wljj n't fiirm prices; t'1 wages of ithc laborer n'luccd, and Jf boJl and) w;M nlo I (sinews boil,! bo rodwwl to W Utt a.M. a (pijr, tne average man ...tit wui of the M en ,. tlivornor jn oho pif 0l"t u" WIon lia uM IbJljtiM'! in reducing the wrff I'.v ,,e" that tinkering wilth the tflrlff will disturb tlio bus;n,rss conditions 01 the country. In a mow recent Hpefcn he .1ms compared tho jultt tlnkeior ' urgeen, imd Ins HiH Hint tH? molern It required .Wie acrvlcty'of Ihe hklll-surgeon. Tlil onn only ai'im "lie e lVotocJlvc thins, and timt Is Mint Tarffi under President Wli'cin won'jd be tnit out by t''e roots, and forc'gn products, not only frpm C.ui.hIu, .but fr 1" j.i ajj over liiu iuiiit nwin'i 's cojnjxUt'.on wji liuno if Oil" county. th -poj-es-J- ' World, . i. -- 1 ,,, Tlj,c to'lovng lUnniml r wn;ly Jtny n the juc1m' d. tVmp- - !sif, i i ol Better Stop, Look and Listen. Tihe iron and &f. "wioikerB of ..lap-iliavc ong-- r Jiniim l!n AlueH'Cfln wprk-or- a In the s:inie tnules, nnd Oioy froniM cent to rtl ctJila pr iliy. r. IX No battor County Comnijtie ins t'e American laborer w jVrifo'l bwen elocUil for ollto Coitntj- tlun tlio on t'ii!' basis "Itoms would how' and of Oh. jvt .some peop'e are anxloimlj worklns one miamed by the with ' to lovej the American lndustitc County htst SaturJ',' those of Japan and othr n'Jiwp labor Every Inllcation points to itlie tlircurfi Urn illeniocmt Tar-If- f dfiver-no- r countries l'ip.-vs)vtlco-tian llevericlse us for revenue only of Indiana. He Is outrunning ,AVI)-j- n Better stop, look nnd and lloosavt both, wherever n Marys (W. Va.) Leader. ' traw Mot has Jjecn .jiken. of Senator l'reo-,Tra)- lo polV.i'". ljten. St. I In Receptive Attitude. Hartford Jlern'.d is .C"klns o that It Js not wippontjng Taft Prof. Barkslale HanilU( Jtnte Super hi- - fjne Green niver.nepubVlran, a sjie.'t intendent of Public Intmctloji, aji h whi0i docs .not liesitute to He about will not Mijlcit funds from ijie tearfwrs the Sonior Kditor of t'fs papor nnd of Kentucky for the AVllson campaign. Not Prof. Hamlett thinks the teachers of iieveij-- . (p .endorse Convention the very rotJab'e evidence for Kentucky ought to be Baa tP slv0 some , i Toft organ. thing to the campaign fund, bqcauso Woo,Jrow AVilpon was a teacher. being takTlbe Straw Vote which It Is possible a few of thqm nij' feol en toy the Cincinnati nr.quirer in n that ror reasons political, pentlinent") faor-aW- e numir of StAteg shows a ,verj or otherwfre, they would like to uhjp condition for the ProsregrtvOB In In a do'l'ur frpm their hard irned liviAvery the City of Louisville At t,c ngs ,a!onif with Wbbt but no more J?iow Works and .the Kcsntucky W'aBon cosher felf'jj of Millionaire iMiyo und Works, the Uoossvelt vote o.mounted to ' Col'ier Camden. ovor SOD, m1Uh Wilson running second If guch be tholr impulse there are witti la's tluun one third as many, and regular cliannels .through whiih they not moTe t,van "W to 40 l'.'lcP'r,s i maj-- make their contributions. .T,he mal proferoace for Sir. Taft. will carry it to tihe State Campaign Committee Ju&t as easily aa to liarks-dal- o P'1 ha, been sUffffeted titvit tf'i It It Hamiett. ijcr should cHaneo lt na,me t wltli lat in is supporting tjieoProaweive, ticket' Of Why then, Prof, Ham-ethand? cxntnse, tiiis 13 not serjousjy cpntend,l , tv persons of average intelligence. We Whj-- If not t Impreiss tf'e raihJrs Ke,ntuckj- - wltli the thought, lint, presume. thee wlio take t"'8 vieyr of of the apart from poliiPsJt maybe pojltlc for Jt would ,liavo the realt .Republican newspaper publiPliel them to cpme across? 'Pnoif.Hamlett's explanation is not Mi St. Louis, 'chance ltB name pilso. His afytlUude J.n "ils mittsr Republicanism s DomocracV and Demon fixe true Is Inexcusable impioiper and ieitnitra.ry (to cracy .J,s Hepublicnisw enw of itho word, and )xth of them the ibest intene.sts of eduoatlonal (work The prove al I I Globe-Dejnocj-- Mr. lwjUmns . The I.mii-ill- o eivanninn formerly nMdul In Mils poiw- ty.nlwi - wcij known by nnny lure. 1'rom Hie inflejil of a countrj t nvti Uish w!m1 nine .o tlio American J.'M-- i "iit-Ins leii Vie true In three r fjnii acjixs the bybajl flrn1111n.ru: of vlialn!lvlitnbis sdiort ll4iy Cli,i.piii.iii,tlie soji of the Ccvelnnd club and th? " ill 'chapter, S wenMtiyn of Uiselii,ll. verit afUr wit.i-- Jt was announced tluat the,re ilintio-oaipron, l(it p'.ihrr Like n .the ground for n'l nnd nil wer of the nssoclatloii, 'Ulmpninn d to eat. Afttnr ilUinw nvo ilijnp"ii- -l marvel. He used to do a a to enjoj- - t''e blcving of Home, Swtv-- t seconds and the in 10 J. W. COX. yarls In 1TJ f'jit, when 11 v.uUrfft, Jn tJie Home. Horrln, 111., I'lfi'i "e'luxl a'"' H "l'ltc PALO. scimi fooUxvIl Player. the 19. Oluvpmnii h.vs been jburnlne up llo'lOi "armors JltV (ibollt American Adulation tilts :atm, find ClVttlng itlllHUMD. It wti-- s only a qii?s;liin of time ,wh n ho Sir. Iirkln .Porjlue nnd ,w;fo if Sunny-dalInto 0113 or 1ould"he sild tr;ul--and Sir. Jeff AJ Irplin? and wjfe Jo-- ' Sladeii mid f.nu, of .the major leiRUiv. spoilt t,le 'Ins' I of Sunday. fair y If there was any Sir. W. S. White, wife nnd jvji, Hal-lechance at Chapman, ihe refold of went to Hartford Ja.St S(i, Uit'iiy. set by Harney Drcyfiws when he Sim. Lee, of t'oncord wiih ie boitsrht .Marty O'Tknile .would be biok-n- . Sir. and Sirs. Willie WjmsnU t'l-- t Suu-- j In fmit Kranlc KnrreiH, owner of j York American Irauue club, li is day. Sir. Hack .i,ldlie would imikw tl.ls lrlce look che.ip l'lcnr visited Sir. dl-If Soniers would t h; ftar upon Ui? Smith and family last Suniloy. i iSIr. Tom Smith and block. of Sunny Hut Soiim-s- , isn't alllnx Chlipin.in f.irj'ier, dlo sent the daj" wl:,h I Jim Smith Jnt Sundnj-- . not while the Naps need men Uke I )m Jtcrry is on .the ! k lte'lit nw. At the t?;nninu and Sliss Pearl of the season 01sn was tlio Nap list ,thU week. Sirs. Julia Aldrjdge is going but a Ut,t',o nui.ter of lo.ing nkj'.l i ,GMl- between him and Pitcher SlltichcH reaul' ferula In a wc k or lu ilfliv. ed . in his redui'tlan to the ranl.- - and) Sir. Uonn Ooy of Ooncotd virile I h;s f parents .Sir. and Sirs. Wm. Sunday the aipoln,tmeMi.t of (he brainy of ' Cleveland .team Joe H!rni;nB)liam. Cliapm.in Is a fi'iort .sVip aivl 11 w.hirl wind short gtop,iUo. He bus n piwiarfui thnowjng arm and the ability o fhrow from nlmoct any jioltjon. He its ro fast U"1 lc Pt,ts In front of itlie lull when ano'JitT would be jtrjilng foa'it yvijli his t;nser tjps. Kvierj-- big league sciout lias qrkt 1 at CCiapniau th'.s summer, alAhpugji pa-.' know the time was wasted. phapmiin stole In forty .eight g;unes twenty bases, and from his portion as clean-u- p batter, fourth, scored fplrij' TUNED AND REPAIRED He made hCit'.hls' average being SSI. And beat of all. he DY AN EXPERT. hits the pinches. lys fiejiling hps Jcn lona and Ills bac running pne of t the marvels ,of .the same, Chapman Iwsltftted wjhen he 'fft')i2?h sclroo, UMween a scliolositic Jntlucement Before you close a deal for a Piaudacontraot from tie Snrinsficjld fTnree ano or Organ would be glad for you the to call and I League club, .finally accenting see my stock, as 1 repreI jj llp-j-te-- t. vt s -sp-'cImn-dr.-! 1 e od 11 y, Wlllinm yiiieJtV", pn hj vir,te"-f JS1J. who win In !! Mir t,h tj? nt New OrTTtin, liitntul te where Croniw I'll n uftcrwii'd . tnilj-His ujfo illwl In Uie y tir of PS ul lio In 1MU, liwin ii tmijly wVj lrive nm'.tlplitd uns'll (i!i ro U n l.i rso priijrony iuiiI (,'iey In "ml n r uilii at tlio faniy grave n.nl l.i- - S ilur, Iny. Aftnr do'nif aoiiu rk riiii;rti tin jTirkt Uiey Juul un hour of roijuolmw sjr. vice. Kev. lljrcli Phlold", of Uvkprnt, Ky., f K"kn'( .in read the 3Ttli chapter Wpmprlntc ime for tiio ii.oii. .if ter which wnn prayer by h'.r V. i.'rr Taylor. l!c. Shields )nn prinrli'il frJl "Why h'imi'il f,t' b the following thoiiRlit 11 thing incmUble with you, Ui.it flod ti'iniiid raise the d u.17" Ar-- HEW FALL SUITS Our line of the For the Ladies and Misses, Famous Palmer Garments is now in and we want every lady in this VA. V'W: V ft n county to see the new fall fabrics, made in the most stunning models that has ever been gotten out. If you are inter- ested in being correctly dressed, at a nominal cost, 1 KUt'f ' ! you will certainly have to look at our showings. Quality of materials used "-f- it and style of ls ti'ie-yd- "!-Li- n, , 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. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. h And Organs -- RQvan-run- s. e sen-oa- I Satisfaction Guaranteed. Fa, rmers t Having: AhjOU If they be progressive. present oiganiaJitpn progress! " the laoown as the Prosreive Parly wi',1 wa)ilow both of it:hr.ni in itlme. Tlicn'e . aire 'not In KentAickj-- laWeir. I ' is every indlcnt'kui of a errent ithroughout irfump the coim,tiy for Itoosc.velt and Jnhiiwn, and mpjiy vlio aiik'lyJ at tin? frlta of .the Auocess of the l'rovrns'C tlckr.t a tnonUi two, now sluke their henIs nnd nothing. While 10 f.Runforuu.i-tVo- n ttmojig 'lie vo'evi i gojng on, W.lil.h Is absolutely ciwulfJnir tlio ojii , theiiie J.s btrrnig eviRepublican dence ijliat the .Htiuidjiiititeiis atnoiiK tlie RtrmbJuiH, hae ilccHal to Govieriior Wilson, Plt'ior ipy Imve tjomo un.ilcsis.!jinilaiiK willh Jilm, or throuji'h I'jhe Impj t,!i i (Ihi (ntMs f aiuue than are in contitil n of ',tho HUUe Oiwanilil,nii,s hq .Dtmiowrtjc lu.t.v. w(H l nlije ( control him, once ho lis ;n ,lio Wh2e lloas-)- . lXi'iiWH. ratio IViWw..iveis. flifiuM iruike a imte of t,Ux, (i,iul wl In lliM ale with tlioj.r frjenils, and thusa )Wl .honestly tiding tu ''o V)in 'thpnf lor the Common ipeupli. jifu-tylxir,-iun- ) ,m-ii- ay be Huipris'vl If j4Wk of held lwVm Jiaek and he does not hear in vjeonou Spninsfhld wus about ito him from some of Uie friend of the when IXivenport,of same leasue bpught State's public schools. Lousvllle Heirai'.d him for $i"i0. This was a 1'pguc Joke, but In a short it,'.111- - Clvanman dud fi3 1 all watching liim. ROSINE. H.JJ1 Armour, then president of the Sopt. 1?. The continued wnrm Toledo club, bought CViajmuin for H,"9 .'4id lack of rain has cuitsed us Mime forfr.ol'-d- o last summer. Chapman Inconvenien.ce and .0 tho gooil rain U fxan late one monJi iast fall, tliunk- which has ate)y fallen .whs veiy and his vklll w.us overJilvrfL On tihe fulj-- reicelvcd by all. mining be tinted Ilk" tijp )i Quite a numb"ifr from this pjuco at flrst an eAplcwon of gi(n eotiton nul lias tended the quartern- conference whiidi at tho same Fprid n"nr. clmrcli on was held .at Sit. Chiipm.iu is the r eal M'i"g I' S)'V" ' Sept. "tii onouirh and If he pays U10 frame game Our Sundnj- - School contomies ito manion tho big ring that ho has fest ti'' usual Intel est 11 ito of tho o'.se his naniu will n JiouVinj I hut wtKiicr. nes'.eH-'itJbufAro ilio peu'i1! is Hck Our seiliool lc prosret,;ii; nifi'lV "nder I eil. tho management of Sir. Oscar Ste.wurt. o Wo consider ourselves vei-jfortuiiuto t" The Imp'dleit nonfldeji-that many luve ftiui a euulicr. paoji'o have In Uluunb'-liJn'K ,Cj1!c, ' Ilro. Pleis.mt W.iyno Khip; CholMoj and DlainJioea at t(li,o Itjjitiht chuivh SUurd.iy I'vejijug founded on tltelr n tho use and Suniliy at 11 a. 111. His sermons of itliat remedy and tltelr Iwiowfcdge of wero much enjoyed by all w'10 li"ard the many remarkable cures of colic, dla ' th(.in. rhor-aand dy.seiitwj- - that It Iuib tiffeo'-ev- l. Leking wJio Sirs. No!a has been Jn Kor ssilo by a'l dealM , poor he.ilih for tKHiiet.mo js riiiuiiwh'it We wlJl let pttet sent two of the largest factories in existence the Baldwin-- , and the Star. Also carry 'a full line of the atest Sheet Music. to my produce house a large stock of recently built a large addition I am in shape to carry JONES' BRAND FERTILIZERS HARTFORD MUSIC CO M. A. FAUGHT, Mgr. '"t I Hartford, Ky. I 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. J pon-tlnu- ul B W. E. ELLIS. Produce Merchant Fieii-tiofc- l, "'slll fi?TOf-i- B tet, K.y. A I i .pn.-vihc- cyp'-rlenc- V m wPsl . iV '"s- - m 1 I . ilfLmmfiOllthmt Smvmm Eymm KoUlns Is more imporunt la the Home than clear, steady light. Insure thU by gettins the ou tnat ourna ctear ana clean without a flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. Cost- - no more than the ave iUOMSV kind avea WORK aavei eye. Your dealer has SOL1TQ OIU m barrels direct Xros outtank-wag- Hartford College 33rd YEAH BEGINS SEPT. 16, 1912 A modern steam heated, electric lighted building will be ready for the second term. . I A vriffi for Taft Is a ot for Wlsn What Does it Profit a Farmer. and our Uemocratlo frlmds mul imwispi 'SIlFfc Sue PJerce Ikis resumed fi,ojn 11 fftlve farmer xhaivs tlio I',ixitetfin the per- - gauorally umUrtind thl. It Is shout visit to Ilot-b-Jliviiuh. Jn j! Tariff affords tj'w impovtlble t Kit WO' of the.ni to 1:1 UN Sir. Talton l.'iubiy Ims hs ne,w ihoiie of a nii.ukwt tor the proIinpj-oed'mt.-.han- all itijttor-H- y almost completed.) , nnd fiUJ The Slqthailjht Qhuih CoJ. which was ntjuu'k sex oral vrekd ago by ticket. TJs aIiouJU be for any oter who Is ojipios."! ha.s been rcpalrod. to WiW", to got n Hue for tfie partj. Thoawruigo Ixvmoi-rutlOpening of Hartford College. POfllClcJaji ciin sceit elangi-- as far as Hartford ilee Jvwan ficr tihlrt.v . flUIn-o- il luvo corre-otlJ- ' anjrtne, and thlr-- 1 jears" woik lojjt Slondaj-- , .Spt. itho daugwr to their isuoues, not tliat 1C. Temporary were ,fiurd r only in ithia cunpialsn, but 1" future t tho High So!m1 jn Pri. ra,rinaJi:n.K, Is tltu m w pai'tj', and ternlty Hall. Tho Graniuur un,d Jntir H't from t'lu W ItepublVan li'ly, inadlain giwlii over Itarnttrd's lore,aud (has fallen wiliVih Into the, limul nf th .Primary in t'1 Count HalN bass.S( and those Viliio lipuld Tihe arous lmvi,tloiLs i)ine ,pi)in 'o government itlui d'jirlvo pc(U'la of K'lf be sufficient unt)i ifio neiv rrthool (build-Ju- g by ivwWlJig county, t,:"it ajnd national a,(jtMidJiice i IrJ is ready. and chaiLtrtng pontod tu all I'tparttmuitH, Sliss Murks to conventions, and nominating niein of having tho high '.(it number, I W l'l tWr oliolce, no nia.ttr what )he primary giades-j of U10 ipeope may be. Af,ter a long aivitilon bOjPi tcmrtherti lUie organised .farmers of Ohio .oun-t- y and pupils ore I eivtiHuiajsitjA Jn jhc who detsjro ito ob(jan uooid piltces fo'r work and w pwyUi Jn ffd ft flume their cuiiimcxUtjcrt will do wdl ttio ntudy ImoonvienlenccSj rtqs,t wie of 1,he t,lrt pnognam of Govftrnor .Wllsfln, Itho jjars in iWm ILatory of jllils PttOMwratic for Piv?njOont. wen kiurwn cwwliiVite vli- rlw Air. Tj.ft, deaounoing they nix- - an Itoo-ove- hiif-Jlcl- duce Uiejr farms man erjmvi;. fTlieu' or at least wo itliunk they ilo ,Kn,ow, fjhai', Ample temporary accommodations have heen secured. w)lii itjhe .WiOrklilKirK-- r u'le-J'- lep,ii-!im(ji(- ii nt 'I 'auc-cessf- ul Idle, Ju.v littjo tlio tWivuul for faiini prolU'its 'fuj'h off an,d .I''it whUih .Is wd lirlni finuul) pi'kea nnd iit piioCjt to tlw producer. Wlvtt ibos J,t prof jt 11 to ba abje i'o buy a Plough, o,r a hanrow, 'an ao, 11 JiunuiMX, a (aw pr o 'iaoe ulinjn at '25 or DO per cent. Jess ,lian the Tiuifif jirjicysi of Kiuih (ucjk-l'n- , fvien farm UMltwit, hi SO and PO per o.tit. left tluin tho Tarjffff pitcevi Tliiat Js Mja,tnK'iit. Dunln--thnot " from IM12 to 186. butter Unit is'tww celling fur 50 M..n,t bJ for 25e njy or Jiyis, ccrgs a pound now u,t fnom ao ,o l cenits a tJit dozen sq'd .for 15 Ito S3 cents a dozen. All otttvtr lUrm aid pnqduts pood at , InUlarjy jow prluu .Bwn wyh the demand XoT far (Vtort low trf .the supply. The surplus wwls 3f no vajue. Who bciictit was tiyt nanrfJ- "f.n-iiK-s s tlio are or no nwnioy t,o tipcnd, exf works, ciis. c smi on W Refinery LMtevlUcK-r.- l at Warrea, wll the celebrated Carb" Auto OU. a. "M "MB. Unequaled opportunities are offered common school graduates and all desiring a High School education. Seven teachers, three engaged in High School work. 102 enrolled last year in High School and Normal Departments. 14 High School Graduates and of Normal students made s certificates. Splendid advantages are offered in MUSIC and EXPRESSION. three-fourths first-clas- I AM PREPARED To do any kind of Veterinacows need not die Calls attention. ry work. Horses, mules and for want of answered Second Term and Normal Work Begins January 20, 1913. For further information address H. day or night, W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. E. BROWH. Pre!. B. E. ELLIS, U. Pres;: Heart ford, 't-s- . y nffr the nrmiony J Just to l'eii tlio brjrtnj cmi-P- o ,ft for lujavlUc, vvliac piry tM'lr lionejiiwnn. . . ,-- PUBLISHERS MUST TELL U. Remind You ' While ! it is inex- .rand r'R WA.NTI.H: Mnn wliii for UclMno rou'c In Comity, Sniy nml iiiiiii!oii If yon twi "tn.lif.Vi Uio fact tliat jorwin Kit rcie t Aj;-!at once to t1io S. THEIR BUSINESS Statements Of Names Of Owners And Their Must Be ..JLHhlVv 'wimmiK' we know moxakcii Mi.nici.v'i: 'co. In Car? Till I J. most too warm yet to sist on you buying any tra amount of winter re- wear, still we want to mind you of our Big Stock '' B iff III McCtH PtttCTM 4857-C- and Great Values that are have in our know awaiting you. Merchandise you to make We great confidence and when the time is "ripe" for '& vv, Kusl'iml, of tinipl"K Ky., 'ja ulioned here fir iMIjjs rtutle .Mjiy, tin trraimil iiimtv, to mm' nt oneo to wajt .njmin nis f.iilitr, Mr. SI. S. ltii,.'!inil( vjio In Ire ii III a duiip-voicon Hjun .for wiiny y n c iatm". Tl"1 frirlirl it we Ism Uio ILi;-.iih- I flimsy vfll pirn Mrin nil fortune. Svlioo) ro,!iim;iu;fl lrjre Slonilny ,imf'i. amount of Ww onlles? Inn mi I on Jpy finj "ing ili.'itrnynl jn buj Hjrn June was niiCcsKfiry ,to Meniuio roller Urinl,tnH lintel tills iMinnletflon of tin; new liiiiiiK TJio lllftli Sdmni iui7 no to Knit") nut Hulls J'nif. II"lr(Blc,g nml I"mf. Aiidmn'M 1'i'il'Jlfl K' l''1' rjunii iijrnnKwl over lliirnard iiml Co.' Vr ml Mi.-- nK'iin mid JIJM Alfirl:'' im'.s ko to Oie lontit li,iil. TJio . l.t vlnco will on;y Ikj ursrl itwo or fthre" Mr. t'yn" yrdiy otqc llv't Private Affairs Sworn To. jB5l ir y mwi-' , Doyou m&Kc Your own Oolhes I1' Listen! $ - wmEd ,v 1 s your Fall purchases, that you will show your appreciation of N. Mr. IMrk7iwnofJTr. nnd ,Mr. J. It. I'nrk, of Cl'iir Itmi, l.d Hum lay fif VJ liani; Iwn 1)1 for ,cvrrn,l fever. Funeral wm jrroiu JiqJ nf nliild cf tlio Ooir ISim IMl'tC-- o'miflli, w-tk- f 'k, I wliji'ji K. the effort we have put forth. mI No. a il renpril Imrl lii Monday aWoimmn Ay ilt'iv. IS. I'miiin, mifl Interim nt In Jio rpn." tli Ii-- 4843-S- kiit Pricr, 15 (till tick LADIES' SUIT Our Silk and Wool Dress Goods department ncnnliy. TJie funcnif ijorvijcprt Avo'e l&orejy alitndul, wlijcli m3tefitTl tlic lijijji est".!!! tlio 7mw nui tm lllll Iiy tlio tjitire vTcln'o. Sir. Hirk a iiioihIkt of Oomumy II, fTiliinil K. S. t Ty W anil for cib'Ti'lnit jntn ff(t (jliv n'n" f newtpap' r nnd perlirJ'pa Jaw, turns under whlili iniiit bo inad-- - by i October 1. requlr Tlio law 'Iint publ.h ri , rtinjl fli'the first d.ijjt fif Ajinl nn I wjtji a'u Oii.'Wkt of ea.)i ytnr, I'lO'tmas.t' r Cl'ncral nnd wl'.ih jtlie u .1 ' po'iikiMc r, nncltr Itonnly of I denlij of '(Q of tlio iiinlli, a nworn ri'.ate- "f and iiUrcj-oni nt inf tlio iiiuik Uio owiit, piib(',!itr, cilii'or, ni'inaaln editor and lni;,nc-iivinnir r, of UnJr nexiMinpws nnd jerlolli;i". HoI'kI'iU", fraternal, trimirjarce nn scientific pub'Jrnttonfs nra TMvliit'il. l'or a eorrn,Jon, t''o iiwiib of tlv c;nt of hld'irs of more tJian ona tlio stoil, tjndl or 'oJlier i e urfftl nui'it l5 Klii'ii, nn.1. in tji"' rao if dnjy nowjini' rs, u eil.vtcjiKiiJ. oX tlio avenmo psUd clncu.'ritfon for J.e su'1 moncjlw, js nrnnirr'd. -- ll editorial or other raiding nnttjr niipenrlne in a nswjnitxi or llllHfa!!,;' i for itho piibllnUjon mf ,vl'rji acce'd or promised, must bo mirk 3d "advortliojiienf undtr p'nally of a fjnc of not Uinn &) or nor-- than s roo. lions Wii'lilniton. Sfpt. 16 IiiVniii,i"i r fl III e.lgi-'today lfUiil (ntfrti l 'ti -' 'trt I - l:ii u' a 1 it your money, don't you? j4nd you want an attractive line of patterns and colors to select your own When you make your own clothes you want the very best quality of goods for ri' Jo-s- Our Ladies' Coat Suits, will interest you. Cloaks, etc., will be of the styles and material you will want. Bear this in mind and remember ijt;wl-:O,, nml Ms fiinorsil wi n jiiiiul r iirecailJnK Jul nMivpmiy, th'-- y ji:Uil ,tlio JaiHt rfWlift'ts' (iv In ii was hoiiikIckI lift tJio li' S'rt. SULPHURSPRINCS. 1C Dear Editor TJue lUpubli'jqans Having sxn nttliiin in your ia,luablc pu,pcr for ffimo Ijino fnAm our mntjIiLUor-Iwkk- I, I thouoihit I would "write u few limn. li,roiii;;li Eanmara 'arc alxiu cutn? tabayxi. A surpriS3 blrtluVay dinjitr was Rjve'i Sept. 8, to II. C. Daver, on lifts 6T'.,li b'litJidny, by I1I3 plijililren. Mr. pevi" is a veiturnji of Uio Oiiiil war eid two years. He (r" the fficr f 'our,'jQ:n children. 'lliofc prcp.ntt, wjr)e J. H. Jamb, wifo o(nd pHliinlron; W. A. Dover an Hlldri; G. V. Snlmlis and wiitos W. II. Dvtr, wifo nnd f iliul Jrpn ; Flrpnle; Itobeit Dcvr and daugili,ter, Hijahard Euni'aj IRo.'k, Dovr, iMiss I I Wv. tji"' will tjie your i Notice to Taxpayers. IHjiuty that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT lo SAVES YOU MONEY. O. at tlia fojIowiiiB J0;f:ce on o iPllrft and iljxtc n.'Uiicd R. Slurf taxes: Prtitls, noon. .WoJiieefViy, TJiunrifci)', SHt. . 18. 19, I Cro;nwe), foreM-s- special design from, don't you? Veil, these wants of the home dressmaker are just what we had In mind when we bought our new stock of dress goods. When you make you own clothes you can afford the best materials. The labor cost on good material or poor material Is just the same. You can get trimmings to match In our store. lkx&l&Ga Hartford Republican. siaT:uWi M. H. L. ISob ISn , Ttiursiliiy, i (S"P. )3, r noon. T. II. HIAC(IC, S. O. C. Ohio County Campaign Com- CARSON m CO. INCORPORATED. mittees. MlHr, apjvntejl nnd Jamos P. Ohjo ruuiiSy. Uivc b"?ii by Hlic State Caminlttco, u oliaJirimun iind isocrtjiy of t''i lctiio craiti"jc cainiiii Jn tlii.s county. At(torncy Otto IC. MaivJn, 'ctfiV, ami Jolin II. TliioimiH, pf Nar. IHwi.tna.'ittr rown, were gcleplfd u tilmjniifin and sccrotary of tlio Itapubllcan ivumpwl'sn committee of Ohio counfy nt ft meet Iwr of tlio executive commfjttce a tn-tkitft pj?o. Mr. J. 'Ney and Mr. K. O. Uammns wtro aolcetcid ux olia;rniiii and Jiiiibro C. M. 'Cnowe I Qliarl-- s ajnd 3lleis and Ijott;e Wa-iw- i Pcac-h- , John Wrjglvt, Wrcelht and jMaqulia; Mcmiy iLaiu and1 'wife; JAsper CJprk and wffp', Il2v. tlr, wiife DCur, Mi's uViibls AJ'ten EMns, nnd ohlldren, J. II. Hartford, Kentucky. lr. and Mr. 1.i,ii ii. pjilnno Inv ivturnal (from ( IaiuIm !(', Uh'""iu!tiiAnl (?ie where S;ate l'ajr la.t week. ,,.., l'or ll.CO K. T. WlUfUAW O11 1,ra' WJitoim iMUler, a. II. Mil'.er and wjfe. Al ifepont a jsinfld (t,lmc. SUQcefs ito fTpio HqpMbjVnn. . jou can k E. N. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. thn card etfectUe MootUr ViUjtiirB'Ji CSiw" njvd one yeura Bt a coj' of "Tlio pubrlp-tlo- n on'l.-- e OLATON: the Httjc on of Sent. 18 Aroliie and FlQrepco aij.trhelj, died at 11 o'clock Friday nlfiht, S?pii,nmbcr IS'i, of Dyntiheria, aXter an Ulmvus of two days; aged 1 yenur, .U monitliH and 5 daypH. in the OJatin Initerment waa lianllst C?motery. 8en,temb,cr M)i, .; 3 o'clock p. m. Rev. Manlon Karris delivered a beautlitul and JmrcfJttvo talk nt Uhe grave. TJie bivlutlfiU fjaraj the deep and 'tender deeds and words, of symrmtliy vvs-- a f,ititing .tribute "to the ni:mory of the dear tleipurt-ennd wi?re e.iroslve of (,he lilsh In whUh tl'P6 jVvd. ni'.'Sjibors are iiejd. T,Hie fwnJ?8 "SunysUt" "I'm G'nd I'm One of TJiem'' and Jm Gpinj Ilntus" wfro delivered Jn p. vpry Iniipris-slv- e manner iby tho UapUat !and Mtho ',, dnt cliojr. The pixn,racid nieotlnB vvhimh was to havio hesun nt Uio IfriptjHt climvli tilio -d, rd Emm-Vit- , 'to TJie Itepubllcan of took alone .h IliO. TJie Woodmen pinnilc at HivWord well nt.enUTJ Ml over m oiwrpe it of Uio lonu yimip. ,w.i.i m--- t' Rolar The Home Restaurant J lut t"o woo. 1 for benevf dally eicept Sunday. I p. m. Nb. 114 North Bound due 3:4 wiiene.vw your purcliiuscB ajiiouut to Singing Convention at Beds. dUy except Suedy. uj ,t tiu onto oun;y Ptub o, ,iro Tlio rrosrosajve SjiyflUR Convention liwJilne No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 . nv , 1X1U 10c.t a narniony niikln Iwlrl 'September 9 nc win dally exoept Sunday. . iotx froe. lne,r eflgpwHv, invited, No, 113 South Bound d'je 1:4 P m, fjeld Got and don't forget tP nrov.lde .your own dally except Sunday. and fttrodnj; lii.imen(t from dinner, as jlilfl s( a ttfmeiy cn?Uni. H. B. M1SCHKE Agt U. 1.. SAJJOKItKUIt. Every .failure will be added to nu.ke lttaver lkwi, Ky. StJ the convention u auccctn and iinore!"-alvfor your praa lWhon you get Youra fojr " be,'jtir nuvt'Jr, Mss Alloo IVwUr, o,f pww)oro, pntor uIvuh1. I V. P. S.VUMjON. lioro Woilmwdfiy j r0 ced lPt mo (SoM jon. lvlus rlvl S. U KINU ro rlulit. H wo route i, HuiLtod Air. airfield Notice. w,ua a t caller Wifliuu'-O- ' DliiUtict Court of UmlUfl fitti,'.0is( jVisi-tor- n dlfit,ilit ct KentiU!ky. wvo the Aln, M.nt. Item Z, cl,u w ,w.r ur tlio l'ih. Wins i'aoned un,ill lio I9tli Monday Seirit. ICth, JR12: llwm nttliijj'tovanl M.U ilTjWiy-- ' (QUmwli tmJ ,wlll tlio 'ivistor, Hno. Shlrfltlist puld n,,, 1Untfnn, tfrwub CHUiI In tin nutter off of lt'nrifj aX Uil not bo 'liorw as enijy in th Iifcli.- Tlio ' ilLs Minu ISlJey a O.o mii dio :von,d and Comamny et aj., vs. Vinsil M. t",wuit uiwlay's. vvJU iproUiibly ntiv'lvill If conJinitnd Henry llooitr mid f.isnijy, wf CiMiir.il fuIirijj, & Conuvuiy in bankruptcy. I ' Broo-Tlil', fer-tiUI o. a-- -J I 2UC No 112 North Uotind dtse 7s IB Au. Saluulay s. m. commits of Uio PmtV!.re-R- t e jtmi. mm(titvC(0 In OJilo eouny at Piil'on tlio mtlnK of Uio Pinasreslie execugeenfiS.'iry LILES & BORAH, Props. tive commlitifiB held Jn Hantjfond fioj'.ur-da- y. M CROMWELL, KY. Meals and Lunches at all Hours Fine Candies, Ciflars. Tobaccos, Soft Drinks and Fruits. idy plou-Mli- J YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. '"'' t0 -- Ktt ' iuid faimjy nrrlv- iand JIr Wl(, jt,s, j(xi,n W. pruvlsrfur, "f l .hero TJnmwUy fiTun Ow.nmuoro t!iH ul,l inalui tjlir Jiome )mrj ltw. , NkfOto.-I,vWUil iai Owiinb.no, ,' luln npeil'twl tlio iviU as rpjUxir ,of Jimnli. , the ll.iPU.st Mr. W. U Whltf, t iWs nWo--Imh.X.1 cuT uaRbwvio nt Hart-fo, mllr wuh a pli'1iti.-jyiSeint. II on fair I under the ullrrcUon of Hmitfond Oimp . iiiiJr"ii.in.j.i ! ancsilay for of Uio World. Evwy- 202 Woo.dinn .. I .. HH.Iu IT11I. '" t IjoxjiiBtun V ww niion fix;e, b)(,y linlltcJ vonsity. ltioiuie(Mi .who liaa been ii- insh of nwwvr, ,.,. Air. I H. '"", ...ve Mon- bi towm tj.b. wcffc, Hivliw Wtta8r for, olt.ro h0 will v ci,.CUJ.0 ' CuratentAwp. lit last ixu'd work In a, Jiisdrjajj i'oj- Wr. W. C. Mlf", "rwti B HoaiUford. revive lJa flipnia In QUI , .y I gnvc Tliu Itepubllum 11 plepwan PKV. ' I iiov. K. lKnrllili l' jUcT-n- ,Wn.Ui--diy- wf .Ma-so- f .,,,.,, w, ' WhbifaJuy Mr. M. wujj ; tH Jt' ." .nf' ,r vi r)i Mjss OaiiniU Bvnjyn J'VliJx nttendiJ of hand and it.ho I Uie Iloro Itraiwh lluiiWiue ffw Idji. najd Court this K'Jx dfjo" of H Wjtiuiber, ' IfjiH, WBjS njwo,nipnijled iby )ir fatUior, flw, Wt'diu'sduy. Mils. Ina P. Ikuilel and datiptvir, Jlt-- f 1912. A. 0. UONAJ,D, (U1J. from 6e I !', JU,jBe j. fi. Olenn, who wJil ryturn t' Tick-uMiss PJiojila, of !!(Vnr, N. Prik.. Oajslj Uy HENIIV K. CASSM,. 11. P. I at TolMnjj Naclilao are guc;s of T. X. Htevouid KfUiol Dan of Mie wv.k. Klvin on Uio "' W HomeCoiniae. oilier ny.lvca in ulie 0lton lifi .OI16 Caun(y Prug Co. MvMVcn BJsl'n, of cffftiipn. I wJw , lu8 fctn vlrttjiiK ' Tu not time you oome to Jlart- - . u JhomoHoOiiiilnii" nenvjc. and" Ka,ttni nr Ishbonhoinpl.s. K There Mill to rrlenJiS umi rotiivca Irere ft 3ir. lidward C. Tyjer the ioif.rJlt V"o and old talks meeblnu at M'e IppT-'dnop a.dollua- - Jn your ipockqt turd . "-auir iVuradbjo, next Sunnljiy, nun, viistcd at 'Mt. Wnliinttjjn uci'l tjme, e Tue,doy ror iHuepNJivllle, Ky . Church ww lor The jiniuh)U;an a . I '...'I ,.11. WIlwo ..!.. ...I1 .- "- tt.JlVl-.- f llO tV.11 Sejist. Snd. Tho order of Herpbeo J" IouUville, Ky.( sevrn dnjs. llltl " wnoav uma i If you lioed a Itool ,.7n M! Wt-. Iby Jtcv. Adnilrnl I. !cl:cry wag' dawn tmnx by !nr pi'onrajii: lteuur erivlco (joined !P,'rr ana eeo mo about Uu, kind I .rf. Jie Irid P Ky. drod BIkIh. ilemult at 11 oVJuek a. in. nVsr l'dti'lesvilet fa.yird;iy, mIkj-S. I KINO, lliintford, .etc wilijch dinner vv.lil be nerval aislst1- - yo tlnvou V,a,udovil!e 1 ill Uie HtU"1'and . MiJW JIM .Tir to.uh. of elw. I allows. U'loujul nnd n Ue aftiMiOon 1 a.UvM.11, Ay i Mr M.iri Hm'th Cromwell, were yan- WJ Mrs. I. Mr, Jiun?a O. iliiion, i:oii(pMU,orinull-der- , . ,WJl!i, 1. , will loe made by 4ude Jolin . I. . w.iIncHy. on Uio llwtfu.J .Jvl r i.v 'pr.u . !.. has bueu at itenrlcr, Ky., yvewl und CoJ. p. M f: ,J ;V; ShuU 0 Dr. and Mr. Wio d, Olenn JIlv, Court II. ltimard, iute j, iwu ' jjivillo, UVnn., wluWjllw WlH my a jlitnt yoUf-'- ftt Uil uf.(er JloLniuJit UoUeisV; tor 'yavne 1uypa. "WUTaNRSS loJH p . " ' i.ej(a day ctimo Uio patlUonnis rrorl-ltohy Duffin. SaiPlmuky & Ouffl'i, Ui;r coun3 n"d tiled Uio Uffid;ilt ot VI rul M. Stewniit and ,um I. nu'Jnr and moved iJio Court 4.0 dlmuli lho,'i protecdl;i89. It 's oatleietl hut Ji!i' oi,ue lw s'qt for jl)cuncr on k1!'! ""'-lio- n on tho 13th day of OuVier, HilJ at IoulBVille, Ky., uiul tPut fcji d i; o no'.Jco be given by the Clerk of this Court 0 ivioh of uhe creditors f tin1 ns yhawn Ity Uim uffjili.vlt lUy and Uiut this Uy filed, nvir'lo by i.ie netfjee by publirttti0" InaarSion In tho HttrjtXond llqpu)ilt.jii a nsiwrinaier jnib;jUhed i;n jjfiiid UjjSitiilnit uy rom A minuttp nf t!i" nVtvlmeffkigr fori TlUs rs nl y lack iiiucih of tho Ititericst wihlch Is niunijTeted Ji(io (ii wruks of (Jil kind bef.imsi of tJio fauft of ffio epjileiulo wlijeli (a of TynliuM anrl UHlJi'-''JJ- i provnleiiiit in Uiji B"''4on, hfwover, we Iwiiw ihe ivnnVftlnns wjjl jiruve nuvtt. f)i!, und nuiili and axioil be II uh,u-allu I Hartford is About I BO Years Old And the oldest residents tell me that I have the most and artistic display of Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Jewelry and Spectacles that has been carried here at any time. The quality, which is higher than 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 Repairing done also. ' 'MiVj. MarUm J., Wins pf J'UlJr JbVit, upMit a we?k tlia gnettt pf .eonv! 4n t0 y Albeit X. WJnK a tive.t at Bvmuiillile, liul. JI9 (ifioimptijU,d her Jiojiij for u n'wenij daiji ttay ho gne.1t f friends aJid n?ri,tlves fit Fal, ' len mid 0.i,ton. Mrs. Dr. J.esse K. Hun t,)x1' Kdveiu, diyis as XI te sua"t of "tier f.o'i-J- ' Ilo-k- frr h'Jii. Mr. MiYuMfiun, wBS' .JkuMBV M I JqiVJ"'!! 1 ' I ,U Let the Baker the Work Do the Workl Delegate to Us The layii ell the Fuel aid Flour. We're IaauM to Heat, Do I Ci'i.i I ', 3 j Our Shop li Meat, At Your Service Every Hear. A-vr- . 1 V u. "... 'i. Mjil " l..W. iioHfi a oneia noww i. -- - - '' P. . p i(ldr4 (j un J. B. TAPPAN I Th WHY NOT KEEP COOL Aid lay the Fiiiiked Froduct. Reliable Jeweler and Optician. v'eka. I ' I Everybody tend. ja qordaljy lirvlted I at' Se.yeraJ Qlaton noegtle a,Clenrled the Hartford, - Ky. MMIMMMMM THE HARTFORD BAKERY W. C. SCHLEMMER, PROP. liarbecue at Hartford iic lt))i. TU;W''"fT'VW. fc.Sl -- ., j .a fjQMKfXDSO&j&j&jl ?&& Improvised By JOANNA SINGLE .(Copyright, K, hy A.ioclated but I didn't suppose 'he'd try to brcnlc things up between Jimmy and mc." "Ho doesn't deserve yon, Norma," began Hilly angrily, and then remembered that ho was criticising Stella at Roll, he was silent awhile. HAVE YOUR SUITS Directory Ofeio Cemxxtjr Circuit Court-- T. F. Blrkhend. Jude; Ben I). Rlngo, Attormy: V. MUlklff, Jailer; E. O. Barra, Clerk; F. L. Felix, Master Coromlfloner; It. T. CoIIIiik. Triisne Jury Fund; T. II, Muck, Slur-Iff, Cleaned t s Pressed Dye- Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAUTKOIIU, KY. Literary v Because It was n moonlit summer evening and they were young, happy Made Darlno Attempt to Rescue Lieutwo wvk. nnd courageous, they bore the lnfllo Hats Cleaned County Courr.-- It. tenant Weir and Scout From ..... It. Weddlnc. Judcc: YS O. tlon of Billy's music without throwing W. 8. Tlnrliy, Ckrk. C. K. Smith. At Attack of Ute Indians. IICO OO things at him. They liked Billy so lorney, Jlurtford. Court convenes first Law .much that even his Joyous rendition In Work AdJntantGcncrnl William V. Hall, and Monday rly each month. Court-Ue- lns of "Juanlta" In a sweet but hnrdly ac- - home " Quart! Quarterly on who retired from active service Inst HARTFORD, KY. curate tenor voice to the twang of the fourth Monday In February, Going February, was a West Pointer and the "You'll stay right here! y, Mifasm. W. 11. Uarniw tuirt 0. C August and November. his guitar was received with patience, would be a confession. Tell you, holder of a medal of honor. General Club $1.00 Court of Claim Convenes flnrt Tues- SmlUi nnnouiioe that .tlwy Iiavo iorm albeit neither man nor girl on tho Kormic, let's stay right by each Hall entered the military academy In day In January and first Tuetduy In a ivarUc-hlilj- i veranda censed other. You flirt with me and I'll flirt 1864, graduating wide, cushion-strewfur tliu goitontl ITnc-tic- e nnd October. talking or laughing or flirting. They with you, nnd wc won't mind hat being assigned four jenrs later Inof law, cxctuH crlniliml and dlvor to the Nineteenth Other County Offlcirt-- C. S. MoxQey, knew Billy would not expect that even anyone thinks. It may bring thoso fantry us a In aw, Mr. Builth IwJng County Attxir-ni- c second lieutenant. Hartford Pressing Glut, Surejor. Kordsville, Ky 11. K. V. from guests. two people to time. What do you lMnrcb, 1869, he was placed on the Is inxivuntcd frojn practicing such No. 2; IlernurU 'eilx .AKsishor, llnrt-forBilly looked out on the little lake-- say?" The girl nodded, but her heart list of unasslgned officers, Where be Y. M. C. A. BLDO., Ky., H. F. V. No. S; llmry Leuch. cc:itti. Mr. lidrini; will individually to a boat that drifted in the white was sore that James Strafford would remained until July In that year, tiuprTlnttndtnt, Hartford; Dr. A. li. aocejtt tuch practloi Offloe in path made by the moon on the water, lcld to the aggressive, sparkling, al- when he wns assigned to the Fifth HARTFORD, KY. HlJey, Coroner, Hartford. Hartford JtvimbUaut building, Hartand wondered what James Strafford most malicious fascinations of Stella cavalry. It was while he was with JUSTICES' COU11TS. was saying to Stella. The wonder the moment she tried them on him. ford, Ky. that regiment that he received his B. 8. Chamberlain, llartfnr.i taade him so wretched that he began Billy was a comfort, and she told him medal of .!. ..i.. honor. In the fall of 1ST9 after Jrd Alonduy In March, Tuesday an agonizing Improvisation on the so. They went back to the otheis. . a force of Ute Indians surrounded a fa Monilay I" June-- Tuesilv af(t.r "Spanish Cavalier" with one of the The next few weeks saw a queer small detachment of regulars In the 3rr.1 SS5SK 5 pjltar strings a bit Ant. Then he no- - chance In the affairs of the dozen UCVCIIIUCI YANCYL.MOSLEY, country. For three dnys 7,V' & i"00'.1' Cronmcll, Wcdneday nftcr iloed that Norma Main had come near young people, most of them out at White River M?,7(J,"y '!' il.tt,CJl' off nnd three nights the soldiers held edmsaay after ll m."1,'0' sit- - Billy's summer home for a couple of to him, the only silent one there, r.1 '." JV,W- - Wunc.ly after ting on the top step, her fair head months. Billy and Norma were al- - the Indians. Rescue came finally, and afer L?!d?yn,'P s',llU'er' WelneUay In Dcicniber. the Indians made way before the HARTFORD, - KT. on her hands, her elbows on her ways together, inseparable, irxtU',mK.'' ltuPort. Friday after charge of Colonel Merrltt and his ' knees. As Strafford saw Norma so obllv- men, who had made a record ride Wilt practice hi profeMlon In all th W. H. &J. F. GILLESPIE It struck him that Norma, poor j0UB 0f him, he began to think of her Court of Ohio and adJolnlnK countle, Sisss? ;Kre.r child, needed comfort, too. By some more nnd more, wondering if Stella to the aid of the beleaguered troops. and In the Court of Appeals. Also NoProprietors A day or two after the retreat of sixth sense he knew that Jimmy . after all. the one elrl for him? after i"r.iJrC.ifVn' ,Ce"!trlon. Saturday tary 1'ubllc. Offlc over Klrst National the Utes Lieutenant William B. Bank. should In decency be saying to her One morning ho asked Norma for a whatever he was sayingto Stella. He walk, but she told him sweetly enough Weir, ordnnnce department, and a Anday In Ueceinber. pondered miserably as to the reason that she was Rolling with Billy that scout left the camp on a deer hunt. i'enfrow, LACKSMITHING 'ndt ft Stella might have for suddenly evad day. No, she wouldn't go out on the Not long after their departure. LieuTuJayy alu-" lUtnUbV n f tor .Vi.t ing him, Billy, and being ceaselessly i lake In the evening Billy wanted her tenant Hall with three men were orti J.T" ."' ' The dered out on a reconnalsance. Monday IS C,V,TUeS,,Uy i with the other man. She knew, too, npv Hnillr lieutenant and his little command that Norma and Strafford were lovers, Behind them stood Stella, a queer circled through the mountains for :M?IUJ"y 1p ,'" March. U not actually engaged. That made iook on her lauant. brown little face. AND REPAIR WORK WedniVuuv Ohio County several hours and In the afternoon iier behavior worse. Sauntering off to the garden, she man- - they heard a succession of shots. HART ORD . Y. inen, to renee nis own pain, ana nced to run BanBt Billy she was odd to that of those who had to gweet and appealing and meek. She They struck out for the spot from All Matters Given Prompt AttenA sten. he sang "The Spanish Cava- - hadnt Ben nnJrth,nB of hm, he was which the firing came. On rounding JSS-PENSION AFFIDAVITS aJle'r tion. ? JOSS. y and then "In Old Madrid," and 60 bugy vIth hls dutlcs of hc8t. she the shoulder of the valley Lieutenant ler." y Jn 5Zti1er."U"Jay Hall saw at a little distance across "er SPECIALTY. aul fond-athen 'Juanlta over again. He knew would glnd whn ne wagnt so only the three songs, which was for- - bugy she dImpled and sparkl;d) her the open space a band of at least Monday In Jilv fc,M I ri,Vy aUcr :,"1 Innate, for had he known another he old 8ef to hlm but somehow he could forty Utes. The officer saw that Jay In Auruit X'k,m5 aur 3ra Won- would have rendered that also As not rlge (0 the old read adoraton Lieutenant Weir and the scout had been surprised and had taken to a It was. he finally put down the long- - of ,he M , h, ,f h , d rocky ledge. Lieutenant HAItTKOItr) POLICE Hall sent Buffering instrument and tried to talk j ,oyaltv ,n COUIIT. wag Mt fhtt four shots Into anotnr ,t hd CURE the ranks of the Utes, ' nS. he couldn't forgive, hut he saw a lack making them change their shelter. C?tir Wll-ojJu'e:.,Jc,'n girl answered briefly In such a of , , -her sh (0 (af mre The lieutenant knew that If he could d ,, little- voice that he ' va.tv ,,,, ,, flueer, mo ...a...,,, B...U .U.. .III.., UUIl with Billy was and perhaps Strafford. grave. Courteously enough, he led back to the house and started , her l. Moon- Krvd Cooiwr . V jTlJn' with Norma for the links. un tne veranda stranord also was S. Tlnslvy. Ur E li .."',ur looking after them. Stella turned to und " H. f. Lone. Nsaaaa .sstf him with a queer little laugh. I 3fc im f KELIQIOUS SEKVlCEa AM AIL THROAT AND LUNS TROUBLES. M. E. Church Snmhu....i "Quite a case, don't you think, Jimisucceai and evenlnir evrv V.JT. ."'"nB OU ASANTXKO SATIBFACTOKYf my?" day OK X ONET BBTUlfDED. .i ' SPECIAL OFFER:n W"iil,s He frowned. Suddenly he didn't a. m ?'rav?r0n,,h-SUnUtt- A trial itete fealU Xiw.lHlamcustomer. (MM yea oar prannt like her to call him "Jimmy," though blTmtleHcsiUt-PrtttCaltectlM he had begged her to do so not very uilrxlijT.B.un, U lb flnst i Tvmtp. i tplemUd t a long before. Neither did he like the m v MI ncsdat .,u.ntaytr "'eetlnlt every Wed- CCABUNTEE) TO PUCASE. light tone about Norma. He made Write toMy: Mention thlt Paper. ui!dratUa? V,"rcUrSJir;'- very 'fourth some excuse and sulked away by him' I'- - '" SUI1(I1 tfehf.nl ...:n .7 . . "" "" WMMAAMKMMWWSMWVWWI self with his pipe. 1Jor w li. Wright SEND lO CENTS Out on the links Billy and Norma FMrtrtu4 McfclMj4nMlvtkb valMfcl S.l'S!,,V.rcSrnrJcnt nuSunday In ' (rnlfail 15S3L anJ lauguru. 4 1ICJ tin, DUUgllfc I OOUMMOB OT MM WMI, UfMMr WIIB Hf Ug aim lniinh.il fl'luil. uau nmirrli, b"Htu p. rn. Sunday Scool . rtmm Mm, sasuwwTv BfHinii comfort and had found it. U UNI IM MM niUIIN i Mil .i BM41, rilMB was the evening that followed It SECUET SOCIETIES. k.W.lWM.lJW"fficftSRttLi that Stella made a discovery. Billy Hartford Lodge Mo, RS v a a i 8nccetd when everything cite fall. and Norma had walked out on the meet first anu tluYd Mo'nda'y In nervosa prostration and female each month. Owen Hunter. V.nlahtn moonlit beach and sat together on id weaknesses they are the supreme P. foreman .Secretaiy. " the sand watching a stiff breeze send remedy, aa thousands have testified. iKhY fc the waves lapping up at the shore line. FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND Billy put his arm over Norma's shoulSTOMACH TROUBLE der with a loving little movement. Hartford Chapter No. 81. O E H it to the best tsedicine ever aaU ' THE A light laugh made them both start, evc: over, a druggist's counter. ln"Vr.CSd iMdA?,Urth W' crt,n.Ure?0n but Instinctively Billy kept his arm Stood Up at Full Length on the Rock. " SEwmo where it was. They looked up and Hyinlfi' 1Vn.e.f..U'dKe No ,I0- - Kn'ht. of MACHINK saw Stella and Strafford, the latter draw the fire of all the Indians at OF once that Lieutenant Weir and his Tried Not to 8ee Norma as a Brldt. walking unwillingly as though he companion might make a dash toQUALITY. wished he were elsewhere. Stella y ward him while the rifles of the Ininstinctively shielded her from the laughed again. dians were unloaded. rilVleco!SI!?,,,,,,an,Ier! U Very Serious "What a charming little scene! I observation of the others by starting Sunshine Hlvo No. s" r. n m ,. Lieutenant Hall stood up at full great chatter of his own, and ask- hope we do not interrupt? Is It real NOT meet every first and third Friday It Is a very serious matter to ask n each month. Mrs. ing her to walk with him. Without a or just Improvised, Romeo?" She ad- length on the rock. The Utes saw SOLD l!fdv lor one medicine and have the HSSSflri Mra, Lula I'Vndleton word she sauntered beside him down dressed Billy and was answered by him and the Indians emptied their UNDER jveeper, rifles at him. Lieutenant Weir and wrong one given you. For this ANY o the beach. He took her hand and him. Acme Lodite No. M9 i n . the scout dashed out from their shelsetoi.d reason we urge you in buying to .nd fourth Friday nlcht OTHER "Norma and I are real people we in 3ut It on his arm. He had known her NAME. be careful to get the genuine from childhood, and despite his hurt don't Improvise on a theme like love, ter the instant that the Utes had let drive at Lieutenant Hall. They made Ohio Tribe No. lw," imp. Order about Stella, he would not see Normal Its real. Isn't it, Norma?" unhappy If he could help it. He She nodded. Suddenly she knew halt the distance to their comrades WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. '" ter. Madif-n- , a talked on, and until he actually heard i that she and Billy loved each other before the Indians had reloaded. Then ..'"." Chief "of BUCK-DRAUGi- lT If you purchase theNUW HOME you will Itecords. the two dropped behind a rock and A distinct little sob from the girl he deeply and sweetly, and that these Hartford Camp, have a life asset at the price you pay, and will Liver Medicine Ignored her evident unliapplness, as other people and their little jealousies waited. The Indians did not again not have an mcits fjn.ru ...... '...i,w. o. ' . endless chal n of repairs. weaknesses meant nothing to respond to the Are of Lieutenant i and be thought she would wish. The reputation or this old, relia"Look here, Norma," he said, "I either of them. But tbere was still Hall's command. Then the lieutenant ble medicine, for constipation, inQuality I'reston Morton Post No. . a. won't have you miserable. Can I do chough feminine mnllce in the girl to stood on the rock once more facing digestion and trouble, the Utes. Lieutenant Weir and the "Inge Saturday Ash" ly established.liver docs not is firmanything? Do you mind telling me make her ask sweetly of Stella: Considered flmnrW'nnd,y n each month. bef&i It imitate fo?d scout dashed out but the Indians "And you? Am I to wish you " Mills. Commander; J. M. Hogers. what is the trouble?" j other medicines. It ia better than it is the of Strafford broke in rather angrily: had learned the trick. One-hal- f "Oh, don't pretend you don't know.' others, or it would not be the fa. Indian band turned their guns S!t",llll Grove. Woodmen of the vorite liver powder, with a larger jlt'e dear of you, Billy, but you knowj "Don't be absurd! Stella doesn't en- - the Lieutenant Hall. Cheapest The other half ..m.,-.fourth TuM.ii-- niwts.. ...'. r"no un." sale than all others combined. lnal any more man 1 uo, ana at perfectly well how miserable I am.! incacn month . K. m the end ' BOLD IN TOWN U. ,Itl,!llefenflc,rJl.e' 'And you know why. I could kill you know It! Won't you nnd Billy fired at Weir and the scout, both of F3 whom fell dead, while Lieutenant Hall come back to the house with us?" Siinilitne IUo No. i2 U. o. T. Jr.. Stella Morro I bate her as " to buy. Having put himself on ,iecord, escaped unharmed. Then they atmvots evory ftin,t wid ViliiU "As I love her. Norma. She acts nlslj tacked Lieutenant Hall Strafford knew If you want a sewing at if she were bewitched. She hus no more of him.Stella would expect comrades, who retreatedand his three ourlatistcatulogue beforemachine, write for In tjwh mouth. ,JlrB. Attj (Jrlftln, slowly from you purchase. What did she deot stopped flirting with Strafford Laly Commander; Mi.' ji. j;. iiiMyhk! from the minute he came out here. serve? He told himself that every- - cover Into cover, holding their assail- Tbe New Home Sewing Machine Co, Ori'ge, Mass. tfly Uocord ants Kwipcr. check until the shooting was Ladies! Sve Meaty tad Keep And I had mother ask him Just fori thlnS was ner rault- - Ha8 eirls, any-oTtoui-' Itlver Ix.Ite No. UO, KrOshta w! He made for the smoking room heard at the camp and a body of Style by Resete, McCaU's I meant well. And I thoueht sha of lV.Uitas( rnotts ovbryru-wdj- y (was beginning to care for me she and his worst old pipe, at the first pos- men rode out to the rescue and the nWht. Magazine b1 Using McCall Patters I B. L. Tayior. C. c. J. v..v Jailed as if she did. What do you sible moment. He leaned back and Utes fled. Lieutenant Hall wab given i.i... ,.. McCl.'tMMilitn.ll blew rings, and tried not to see Norma a medal of honor for bis gallantry. UPPER AND LOWER of 11. & S. UDpose alls her?" MtCAlLS MACAZII1E lu'lp you dim f All of bis service was in at s innilt'tute "I don't like to tell you." she said us a bride. That was a Utile too much until appointed an assistant the westl adjutant-generacxinnMi hy kuviliif Strafford at that time. (slowly, and he turned to look at her for A. 8. ef C )oi( imstoil un Ilia with the rank of major In, (profile in the moonlight, and at the blot fUKhlons In November, 1893. He bad been a lollu-und liali. Pscullar Albanian Duels. Jellm, National Officers: figure. "It's simple lushiou IVbleiis President M. V. Sharp. Narrews K Albanians used to nractlce a nernl member of the department, division, icattlBhness. She's getting even with In cadi lup. Also ' Vice Preildent-J.- M; 1 distinguished Woods. marksmen Sir Richard "iy. uliiuliln liiroriimtloit one. You never knew that there's lar form of dueling;. dlC.rr.eift,.yfMUrr-- SP. 1879 on i. It lining suit jelways been a filly feeling between Burton, who once commanded a corps teams betweenupon and 1692, and Duly liialU'ii. State Officers: won medals all these teams. writes that "the AlMk' u vi.ir Int'luilitii. .lis from tho kindergarten up some of ii' H- - romun. Carroll county, Prss. fno liiittcni. tiili- childish Jealousy. I was done with it banian contingent, who generally fight shooting with carbine and revolver. rett' HenUeron cou"y Vice Pre'sliSnL M astt t k ril ii tiKlay or isoml ' iages ago, but I took honors in high when they are drunk, had a peculiur He left the department .of Texas la immmuammmmtat fur Itcu (.uiiiDloroiiv. Trea?" ilol"rt"on' McLean county, style of monomachy. The principals, April, 1898, where he had been adjuMcCtll Piit.rM will cnnl, lo yim in mal.n in your ischool when she didn't, and it's too tant general, to go to the deimu Iiiiiiik, uliliioifrimtil'iinilK i Ifitlilnir rur Wftrren county, State .foolish to tell, but I'll tell you. Last attended by their seconds and by all loumilf uiut v.hkli mil he iigrfeit Iwlutcr Mrs. Vincent gave a dance for their friends, stood close opposite, partment of the Oulf at Atlanta, In Hi lu and nt. I'rti hiclicr man 15. .i9'oC' ,,e?t. Htnry county, und hcniirurlicii!.fri-riiruuloKue-. Graves, Allen county, Assistant state Forsythe you.weicn't here. You euch holding a cocked pistol in his and in February, 1899, be was sent t paul Wt Will Cii Y.o Tut Fnuali for I'rtilni: He (know he's a sort of notable, English. right band Mid a glass of rakl, or the department of Porto Rico. iiW Hoard of Directors. Ben Watson. War. Hrlinions DiiionL- - uurliicnih. S'lid rcirltco CuinloL-uren county: C. M. Barnett, Ohio coun-tuuil 1'r.s.li I'nio direr jani awfully good looking. He seemed spirits of wine, in the left. The first went to tbe department of the Lakes THE McCUl COKW.y. 2M A. II. Ilrooks. Bracken county; it. jj. It : Wta J74 S, H YMC (to take a great fancy to me got more to drain his draft had the right to Are, In 1901, and the Philippines division He became lieutenants li ?ay. Hafdln county, and J. F. Doss, nances than I should have given him. and generally blazed away with fatal In 1902. Muhlenberg-- county, Ohio County Officers: Veil, he begged to sit one out, and effect. It would have been useless to colonel in 1897, colonel In 1901, and S. L. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Dam.Ky. re did. The awful part is that we discourage thlts practice, but I Insisted brigadier general In 1904. ir.ile' 8ec- - Hartford. Ky. on fair play." D. Kord, Treaa.. Hartford. Ky. rere having such, a really Jolly time BOOKKEEPING A Correction. that we cat out two dances. The last COUNTY BOABD OK EDUCATION. When "Scotty," ot the Eighty-fifth- . Not Always. happened to be Stella's. She was Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. was captured "Dey say dat Bill has an angel for the "Causes may be known by their Massachusetts, Of course, it was awful or him, L L. B. Tlchenor. Hartford.' It. h D. TELEGRAPHY rebels disarmed him, and one said: a wife." No. 6. (but she never forgave me. Of course effects." WlaBsWH IfaSHITII NUHEItCILLME "Yep, and I E. "If you move Ky. It wont "How about it was my fuult! She told Maude poor appetite?" rich food producing a "Ye're wronsr ye're a dead man." before he'll iludguess what set be long X. U. C. Hartford, Reynolds,Ky. 3. S. Patterson, Olaton, has rears of MsSffi?V.5S!!.... there." said out she bejmWi get even, if it took all her life, 4. B. L. Alford. White Itun. Ky. longs to." "It I move I'm s live one." it. 6. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes,Ky. 6. J. L. Brown, Uockport. Ky. . can't understand women's vanity, N'orma, and I wouldn't believe this of her from nnvone but von. You're too rIc,n,. ,00 ,nll,fu J.ooA not to be believed. Let's help each other out. Docs nnyone but me Know how you feel about Strafford?" she shook her head. "Not n soul!" I've txen so ashamed of flirting with Jerry Peters Just to hide my real feelings! I'll 'stop or go straight "1 ,,, ,, HALL WON MEDAL OF HONOR special attention. ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and Hartford. uwivtr Dam, nr Iicjiullivj-- S. . i jmi,, j;utc V".".1? O. n aiul tiiiucMtiim.w,kii.tliiiil.Miiii.iyiiAiril. ,aml Criminal l'mctico a Specialty. tuu utt'kp, tlilrd Mini. lay In " ' I I ! Mm ,1'.l:T' llt will pratitlce his proflon in tils ""'t 1,',,i,im1 adjoining count!,. Commercial 5, con Repaired. called for delivered. month. and Dell Attorneys at 0..:4-OIIllLll L M-- rate per d, ar-it- sass'. ' GILLESPIE BROS. Attorney at Law finHWr-- n s i u 6 M"y W r J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public -- -- . Horseshoeing a Specialty. "tt it KILL half-choke- - M' ' jgajLk .& Hartford. - Ky. ?cS5:T1&,1& n. -- the LUNC8 COUCH ondaytcii entJ-lto- I Dr. King's New Discovery SEEDS' J il. 1 --.- .-. LmwJM .. i 4 C Electric Bitters NEW Wy nSK-nr-"'--- HOME 'viu 'lv nl I i r. 1' T" h ss s ss rtil-lilil- I, well-carrie- d s J 1- - bashl-bazouk- MSP 4 V ii-n- y; n ll'n' furl-Jou- 1. X. i-mB- fitt. !.?''Mt ONE TRUE GOSPEL, iripipiripiripiirtipipipipir Uplift fjiiW'lK'i'q I ' ls i1 USWiK; CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Tha MANY PERVERSIONS Gospel of Social CASTORS ;,smh) The Kind You Have Always Bought Among fiis Perversions. Pastor Russell Also Points Out That tha Gospel of Faith Healing Is Another of the Many Substitutes For the Greatest of All Gospele. Providence, It. I.. Sopt. 15.-- 1PICXICI .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVM ipipipipippipip iS5i ;sj. -- Al.coiioi. .1 ni'ii ,.,'.r?. Acge alrfcPrrparaiionkls sim lmilliebioaiaclisamiJ(A,citT r'ls is Bears the" Signature of M pi? ES13 FiMltiMl PromolcsDislionfhcf(fJ ncssaivllies(.CoiiUln$neia.T Opnim.Morphmc norJteal. In Provi- Not Kaiic otic. AUiSenm m In VBaSBxBHsJatft 'iH aaaSBBBxH BxBaSBxHb JUrcprefOJfrSlMZUmint JbcklttSj BBHW."4 BBBBBBB& dBBBBS aBBBBBBBa dence Opera House I'nstor Itnsacll took for his text St. Paul's word", "L marvel that yo nra bo soon removed from Him t li a t called you Into the Brace of Christ unto another Gov nnl r QattintSipr .TV T Am urlilnti la nnr. llmirrJ- IIIIJ'ITTI llmr. Apcrfecl Remedy forConslljia I Ion . Sour Stomach. Dlarrta Worrasjt'oin-uIsions.lcwrHr f Use For Over another; hut there he some that trou ble you nnd that would pervert the let Ulm bo Gospel of Christ: accursed." Galatlans I. When we remember that there Is but one Lord, one? Faith, one Baptism pre-- 1 JPASTQg. RUSSELL) C-- ncss end Loss or Sixl.'. FucSitinlc SiJnoniM of i.a atuiiu. ntriiicu In iuu tlll.lA . nr nolnnnilnil to tlntl many faiths, many "Gospels." presented by umuy denominations, all 111 ..! ... ... The picnic season is rapidly approaching. We wish to announce that ?e 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. ' tSS uaranlccd under the to Exact Copy of Wrapper. c? NEW YORK. Thirty Years CASTORIA TMt CtNTAUn COMPANY. NCW TONH CltT. bearing the name of Christ. Although the Apostle was ono of the pioneers of the Church, even In his day the brethren In Galutla had turned No away to a perverted Message. wonder, then, that the true Gospel had become almost buried under human tradition! It will not do to say that wo have many denominations but only one Gospel, Denominations were not organized for amusement, but because the founders of each believed that they saw siilllcioiit reason to Justify them In forming n new sect' Galatians' Perverted Gospel Prevalent1 Today. Tlio perverted Gospel which tho Galatians were disposed to accept Is very prevalent today, and is as much to bo Gospel The reprehended. nlwtit which St. Paul took them to task consisted of an admixture of the restraints of the Jewish Law and the Grace of God. Tills perverted Gospel was that In mldltlon to believing on Christ It was necessary to become Jews. Many Christians are still making the same mistake: they do not appreciate the Master's statement. "If the Son shall make you free, ye shall bo free ludeed." Pastor Russell charged that from tho most prominent pulpits of Christendom the Gospel of Christ respecting the forgiveness of Individual sin. tho reconciliation of the individual heart, the Individual begetting of the Holy Spirit and the personal walk la newness of life hax been discarded. "Many of the preachers, having had no such experiences themselves, were loath to talk about them. But salaries must go on and something must be said. The message of the hour, therefore. Is athletics, manliness, position In society, attention to political duties, attainment of high positions in the world nnd money wlttial!" Far be it from me to teach Inattention to the duties and responsibilities of life. The Gospel of Jesus, however, distinctly impresses upon all His followers that their cousecration to walk In His steps means their separation from worldly ambitions and from giving of chief concern to the preservation of their earthly lives. It exhorts that these are to be considered secondary to the new Ideals set before them In the Gospel of Christ. t, Elect to Bless the At this point Pastor Russell struck to the root of bis subject He pointed out the almost complete failure to recognize the great "Divine Plan of the XgC8lildden for 4000 years nnd In the days of the Apostles made knowu. He recognizes that God Is now conr ducting an Election according to fitness, nnd that after this He will use the Gleet In tbo work of blessing the d Non-Elecnon-ele- ip I THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Hirtford, Sun.ci.ijT", -- :- entucky. ipip3pipr$Pr3pipipipfbjp'i The Wfc&'k'fc'&ip'fr'kipipipip of ithe mora U10 POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE you n position If you us real soon. Wo noed many more ut onco to supply tbo enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we Rot tbo required number of students thla offer will bo withdrawn. So wrlto at onco for particulars. WE Hogwallow News. rn. T Bushel Bushel . f A0 7 a iirac ical editor to gjve U10 vc,ry iMlsj Aljsop made p. Iilj'.as-triand impraot;a,l pffplo who CiMiary ,v) Tlys Straw wJUi lief aro aiwoy d'lnuuVns an idai,! I b.rd Thurlay jrvornlns. a v"iry common S3n,?e r.vm why .nven,t IVnt&rKk mio 'of Jotforon news-na.rjar and rajs he knrW northing uny; ho wn--s notif.td ty g'nornment. Ideal Newspaper. It becomes Uie dufjr of Occasionally am? OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE 'Jiis week Yam HJmj rPicki aio. vr. HcnwAiiw ratpcirsi. BUSINESS COL.1JEGE mo at .i,e liii muj up ciosa Tui.-d.i--y hi3 tiJUf attracted a lot ot iioU-O- j and sorted thorn out, taking onfy .tjhu iby imam tfl rjde ' .onos- r, of turnip at TJjSkvllle 'scsod. Ho bujlrp a trxok vjU-- e vl3ij 'the ilwassi biff I I MTAnumirn IOTJISVir.IiK. KY, ban,il .was p',iylni?. Onion ,Tlio W-linou.qrl.it sulioo a new .It sl'Jio rcvojMCis toucher W for on 11 plant the Reasonable SlecUttIes- "Full ot Life" Korthttn Rros rciliiirrnl Scds lue a munition ol jSycarset sjccnslnl swl etouig bcbniU tbem. ItpJO w Puckbte'e SEEDS bt, Ij-S- ga!iol house. Wardwell's Imp. Kidney V New White Wax . . Cuttie'a Ruit Prool Wax . DBANS Bushes' Earliest Rfl Valentine . . Katly Keltic JJ i:tra Green Pod. .. Ij 7 bushel Bushel It, Nsw Strlncicsi ijTTnjra ' I Anrnn sending- a sketch and deaerlntlnn may whether an iwcertaln our opliilnn nntcklri..H .a n...ltBtil nilntahl free lnninitililft. .. lliiiKntrlctlrroiiildoiillal. HANDBOOK orrt'aleuu (rp. oldest nireney for aerurlnir patents. Iaienta taken through Jlunn & to. recslT I nnlics. without charya, lath Uicry I " alIP'.Ji', li'.m. axiis, and Tlio idopot agent for fjlie Job of kosilns 'It K!n Mills tt'tnlncsdnv. mornre ,. ' ca--J Onjcklt I Wir? .there Jty blrda su hm ot Hicks Js t!,e iiy bird Slniee pt is an oli trpfHlfon Uiit Crjek- to boll on gains (jurn lowu Ills i nevt Friday p.ryl foow laft rlown , at ITickvlJl fiiir Iai . . . ijjoBusnei New Early Grades Sso Bushel Horsford's Market Garden . fjso Bushel Buckbce's Lightning Express 1 00 Bushel Lettuce. sWUfc. Tomato and a full tine ol Seeds. Plants and Bulbt at lowest Rrowlnf pri'ts. hend (or complete catalogue or aubmlt a Hit ol your requirements and will quote prices. Buy direct Irom the erower Sa e Moner. Write today. Mention this paper. Extra Early Alaska UMBaUtMSt., IxtfKd PBA8 .... Ul$ ft 50 54 5 Bushel 'mmm Trade Manns DCSIONS rqcdtvns. 3 tlie rtiogrojvliy .nSkj? Bxsjly lo3 uanvo ;ip w Uia, be wtlH vl; armjud on s'Je-- of the atovo i.i tlv2 fait-offi(tH winder. A candjo biunna imi U10 o" tlr-i-t sid,o pt (.he liMse, a I MaLk tc Uw cruck -Vste. , . Ry not havlrw to . to .ace why . Scktttific flMicrkan. handstimeli lllnstrslnd weekly. I.areest elr. dilution 11 f nny aoleniirlo l.iiirnal. Terms. t3 a by all newsdealers. A and Puke will try to ru3 H'3 poU.loil I question in a trow Usht. intCice Itytjt imltlt brousht to our it yieaUrrsUy a Jus pf ten years Rvel, wlilc-I- i .s'js IrU MuJpprlp-tlo- n ol Mfton-Usli- forward Ior yo ir j. T1I10 anutilrQr. tw.Jnty-ily- o H. W. BUCKBEE & Final. RKtrars, See MUNNiCo.38""" llrancb onice. r96 V New York 1. C Br Washington. katydids are tpJkins it arpund ansDaff fthetnjsel3 Ih i'jIio iwciCfts chat frpt "n'Hl &V1 about H!ie pldiilo if alwut which tine luke Stii'.omUer, ' promptly obtained In aiteountiwa,oroo tv. we obtain PATENTS THAT PA1 adreniM tuom tuorouguj, as our iimnse, andTielp you to sucosss. Send rrodsL photo or sketch (or FREE report Q on patentability. N years' praetlc. RirEFlENCCS. Fortes Oulde Dook on Prurttiible Ittenta wrltii to and TRADC.MARK Rest reliability nearly 40 years, hold every city and town In the United States and CanaJi, or by mall direct. More sold than any other make, bend lor tree catalogue. McCALlS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any other fashion , magaiine-milli- on a month. I mailable. Lit. styles, piurrns, "i1"",1 f'i sewlnir, fancy needlewoik, hairdrcsslni;, etiquette, cood stories, etc. Onljr W cents a year (worth double), Including a free pattern. aubicro today, or send lor sample copy. WONDEBFUI. INDUCEMENTS In Agents. Postal brings premium caUIogue and new cash prise offers. Address YORK TOX McCAU. CO. SS I US W. 7tll St. NEW MeCALL PATTEBNS Celebrated lor style, perfect fit. simplicity and In nearly Sssventh OS.IOI IHOTON, D. O. WASH 8trt, qinlt aleqpltv? with Matin pjii. JU his foet out Jlie window. To . keep down any Imrd feo'nss tluit nuii- - arise ou,t of (t, tjua nvttJup (10 i'lOstjiwlter pubtfc ll."t, ho to t'l" was not ruspotisiible tor tJio rUitiK of in GentnaJ Postmaster pscd , on keo:lrnr fclta ixMoffJcea Ho;-wallo- w r K " ' n,nnn.wtlini1l.L . r souvenir louccuuuau ,uit., .r,ui .crncsnrcnnTTsarTrsj. 11.ui.u1, rih.r u, a - .! miij 'i..t Fi.i.i.uim.b.imiii r vrrsn, H.H. to haUd hew lluslaeaa. A' Al. BUCKBEE'S BULBS ' BULBS SUCCEED! RP rormanint eu- -l or your i ,..i .. n..! -- - . -.- .1.. ,-. na prviaK " ww.- rHOeURA!pDlfDAMkl CUPJIUEUMa V&zgsaszs I. tXTilP4ia.t5ll' " .u ..id J i,,wHn. in uassstssswauw . MI BlMUHrf. I.I..U...I. Ill ML. VW .. Exclullvely. 1 Patsnt nd Infringtment Prictle i Ut Ucktk ltrs., asar Calsa uikhiv aussa rstsat naiun. w. v. ...! TrrrrsTTT r,,:.Mrr J1 '" ". V S"K.n. KiE B Tsa .J I a t"'' m. ai..is. ilia liaawiili- aauutsr. -, L(UH atuaj .H, W. kckbN "iocirow.ni. r:;.i-T:7Taawssi a. lUfc N1MCINI I I sib ... PlsvsiLaL .i i.j. The followers of Jesus are nof at liberty to adopt theories, either of their own or those of others In respect to tho way lu which the great work of uplifting the world Is to be accomplished. They ure coldborers with God and uot with men. II. Corintlilnus vl, 1. Pastor Russell then proceeded to out line the Dlvinu Plan as recorded in tho Scriptures. He showed thnt God's purpose is, tlrst, to select the Church, ami then to uplift all those of the awaiting the summons to "Come rortn to n resurrection by Judgment." for "there shall be a resurrectlou of tho, dead, both of the Just and of the unjuxxlv, IS; Jobu v, 23, 29. st"-Acta non-ele- MS0 Take One Fain Pill, it Easy. To Head-Of- f a Headache Nothing is Better thaa Dr. Miles' After-Eifcct- Anti-Pai- n PilUv Tfcey Give Relief Without R. V. AZiMMnTJJ H oATARft . JiJ eW 7Za,raA v f fcfc"7.: Av AHV "POSITIONS' !l!r RaaA'ArccAn& Tillman. .Csrfjara (NUSUAiiyT - 7tAeu'W(!Z -- A, (HEAP'' -r ' ilcWV-ji- r ' The resurrection by Judgment will prove to be successful beyond the fondest hope. Iu proof of this wo have, for Instauce. the Scripture, "IVacn the judgments of the iMrd shall be In the earth the Inhabitants of the world tcilt Icaru righteousness." The greatest perversion of the Gospel of Christ is the Gospel of Purgatory and eternal torture. And the Gospel of Faith Healing Is opposed both to the letter and spirit of Jesus' teaching. Not one of the Lord's disciples nor a Prophet was healed miraculously. The miracles which Jesus performed were upon outsiders and were but Illustrations or how He and His Klect. In kingdom glory, will In the coming Age uplift nnd restore Hit the willing and vbedlent Bad "It gives me great pleasure to offer a word of recommendation Pills, for Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n as there arc thousands suffering unnecessarily from headache. 1 was afllictcd intermittently for years with headache and after other remedies failed, I tried Pills, For Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n have carried the past ten years, them constantly with me, getting instant relief by using one or two on the approach of headache. They are also effective for neuralgia, giving immediate relief." C. M. llROWN, LCstlicrville, la. For Sale by All Druggists. t. T, . .o fjhis in hie siMLtjtw We ot , 'i oust mbeir of OliuuVt Rldso has a ua a mRnauc "no" j3 Uw an- Ured it out that ho lu3 IwiJd enoui swor to taeh queaUon.' wiMid to last irfim .at'il wlnjter. Why? Wiat fTlUe Pipo.rit Siat out jieaterday Baoausa he r?p,rescniitilvc3 ot theSij.in Pickons I eul milo an njcimni nama,, P n" "uimj. I10' nid Jals by Itimrti to life and upon an lnveatisa- - uie uauai numoer pr virtues 'devolcrDtd but taT Jimman, aro by tlw Dapufty ponsimhie that tWifHon sw' " """ ' Bl"" only trylror U ."o!uh jt'io vortd ts peopjed by nnd Wto wQtli a pflir of tauid aealts. sef are controlled ,by arch-an- A ffood miny attendqrl hho B- we aha 8 W,e ldTl Rounding Rl'iows .TIHunsday a,ion at night. The auction fwa,s o .pat and not ""W lias notier been gyIsl, "being "Ought GlorlOUS NW3 a rnsin owr to && marnl'id?' and pio the Judgos njl hnv- -' carmen from Dr. J. T. Ourtlsa, Dwlght, nestl-- e 'isnde (Kan. Ho writes: "1, not only liavo purod Ing IJcien matiifltd one or mone tmaa. Tob9 MoseiJy, rhi;o jamnjf U ilrjnk bad cases of cczctma In my paticvts of Water at Itjio Straw (nhjuirlay with Electric Erlttcirs, hut aiao cured t as Ms .opinion monnlru? eavo that mj'olf by Uicim of tlio runo dJaeaae. 1 money Uie evflt" Houfd bo ar- - feol 9ur they will J)noefit finyltaso rangrd tP Blve 'jho poor man a phow of ccaffma." IT1I3 alvxws wiliojt aiiputuids at spime of it. He would pussost t)iUthavia proved, hat Kleiotrlc Bltte,ra Is (t an all li money In .itjho Unlftrd taaitos a most offuctlve blood purdflex. be I'Jiflrstil .up into amail cbanpo and excolunt rpmody foi ccaqma, tnttor palt tilvcn put lnV tvhen 'pio-s-i rlioum, ulcira, bolls and running rWo. clnouifutlon, of it wiouJJ go jnyo .itihe popr nvxn'J It stimuUtea Uvor, ktdnprya P&A b0W.al, haniils, as "anvill phanyj Is a,bout all expeu poisons, hPtexs d'ewtlnn, builds ' up tho strmsiUi. piloa Coats. 3atilsfaatIoa he tn KQt. The Dog I HH profioliicr J,s bxmjnsf e uamnttod. .by drue'slats. lM',o popular wiit,h sonte of pur pji-- 1 pl", even sauna out?ido of Ills cpnwrij. Puts T. R. Before Pastors. (ration and - IkU cant-un(Untw Ona,wn, la., Sqpt. &r "i;ootie.vo"Jt 11 Sunilay. Anions those ,prcts,on,t iwero dune more .tuward urouslnjr QUo pivjo WiiMhinston monks, Isaac Jlffllwani'fjr' conselnnco tl'ian all Che jpnTiqUens In wlfo und sown children; fHobo (Mirw. tho land." Guv. Jahnwui ddaUrud In a ;ey and timijy, CrfaDscft HUM, It BJWSf, Jww ..Uo ,.ns UB w,dMt liirpvr, l'Mfiier Hentip, iYcun Hlni. pit iOf any tivtn in tho. (iounitjrylV Atlas lleck, l.uko JlscjhtmisJia, ,wifo ant T1I10 Govorivr paid JiQa t K Hmt'h. Hff'n Qov. Wllson'3 elwen children; 'attitude un fiiinimuti itko'lViisiey and warfj wtyilca Jlomka, Dillaid. for iwonten pnd l'ne tariff. "ilK T' "I,f XhA'Ddmocraftlc ncpvlneo wqne t ..- pwtmate,,-- , live der. Uio wrry wt atjtw,t atabl, Slim Pickens and four rojn- - mt of tonty ymm 04fO a j, tor rov. lives of Hoc Ford, and tf.o JJaqeleJir The oitt pc ,tpm HUfslsj .r,,ia (HctroBorvoou ojenwpts FiiUMiW of tii pir. . InoVidvd ,tho blind nun front t,lia C t , M u Uihs conununity, the iAiiUtaut Oa.xxn.r ,a d U0 iiJon t) Uj from Tlckvllle, and '.the IM'M"- - failure. thJ Ills jjwwiiis for Himo-nc" (TI.0 dinner wa an liUH mnlmum ww lo f . ...... . U ............ finis 111 ., . of itho srueats lliavlni-- lusen. lntS?.Yb 11. uvri VA(UUU1U Hojjwallow KtntUfklan. xciHptj .ji country," tl-- . kw tfw UVln pis' tn ... Bill navcTbe pulHslift3. And 1'iJie reason Is based on n. fcw question like itbcse: ' 1H13 anybody over getn or )irard of an ideal mlniiater? Htj anyjaiy uver a?en or jieand of an ideal col'j;e . Has anilhody evcr aaen or )ioard of an idea dodor? Has nnj'ibqjy over aen o,r fteand pf an banker? I ... . . ?oay ver ?ecn ds- - Jlra,.st ot I prc-dent- ? it 4 Uas a to gojni irwvnir 1han Jl "y w Fer? J mrh7 && cvsr .eea pr heard of I tf-- . - to, h-- "-- .w. "iwer. I ithen.-Boaton'- ''. Wo', nnIs at y it l"" '.'"". &W '"ln md. ...., "' yt rll)-VI- '" dai An arilo'u tluit In tlino bfOtna tlio qim with U.nicdy hxs bom ora. Jl",ro Is on,u If jtou kntrtv of tho real wilus of JGUi.mh'.'raln'r, I.ltilmciit for lama Liinir, Is ixipulur, T,)int an 1 Uliainlytr'ajn'ti CpM.'i soriunoss of the musclei), tiriJi you would novpr wlslt attmtfd by m,t.ny dAiA rheumatic pains, lu,' roat iimrlr nhould of tlioni. H. W. to Iw without It. For J iilo by ail Cents. MILE3 MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. 25 25 Dotes, Ohio Kal'u, Inrl., "IViamben'alnVi Ooujjli Uvmedy Is tho best for coughs, coUls and uro,up, and U my best a?Utr." I'Vr fx'a by afl dtjaarA, datVrs. Wrltei, - CASTORIA r. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S vj&.'mtumkvi Wi 'Sat J.l L AKJtrt i jt ( . 'n..lWlwTwlHMMIIII lllll 'I '1 II iMl'tm iiimlMi Hit.. iT i M a., warfares xz?i2SSBiimiWi.jfffBfameHLuirrmlt ELECTION OFFICERS FOR NOVEMBER x tm (0 without miy wo Wlit w4 Uw,t tK.currt.1 tWnas Ohio County Board of Commis- sioners make tions. 'NO. 1, H.VST T. CoUins, c; Brown, Sr., J; Selec- yoir.i nao. ' JiwU ) brJief, vtro Jni wi f'o "l',,r of Mie Bill. of and wh'ti lio wm fjftoin lus mV.hrr mnde tym 11 iialr of trii'-or- j. r, 11111, who wai Hwfj ymr y Tlla !.' rfio rf'"'-- , s'a uiuut iTtln-n- s the roots of n.',t. fa. Henrs', f jpu cut ' SNEED SLAYS HIS not iccuro jv1 tin ojl rtlfslf.t .field, rfiv'J w(rj we lire jionie freni a patch of woM .iwl."'' rvnbnM WIFE'S PARAMOUR n.ver. In nvi.ny rons of )hn In ar nj'.tJrhl mi uttry vii ilncr don itivw on lio ttUkfith nn t'l' r t' fr-t- t : : i 'T n,-- t '.11 "' t' u' ' m-v- tniuarr miiero de-in'- tuVmiid V) Mji. yit BlU to Wrtir fttujn HAUTI-'iOlU)- . 0 rtv4ort;iy. buy nwrs I. file lir.hs, Ji It. l In lnvf. IXV. inunve--' l" I.ttkJi, "Win.- Mis tn"ms"iM iu .Sutvl.iy und tlie u.e of NO. 2, WT.ST HAUTKOUP. wont to ?eu Jilf s'',n'",'irt. Jle h'.iow-w- l C K. ' Morrison, is; iMavrjn .Item, J; Hiar hjj ntw w arnj nri'nrel M'Jfcli T. S. Marks, J; Otto Martin, c. w'llch rite wnj nwcri ilti' (I. I to wont NO. I, BBIM.' l. ry luueli J; V homJ Uia-- nljjht feJllnt,' W. Q. Park, c; T. II. J; O. 1). Oir4nin, s. II. Humr-hrcy- , Sututiy wm J i'k'i 4't''" Tiio nev NO. t, sUIMMIUIt fSl'iUINOS. ;v wir 1J11; "l.ro'ie-.- " II' wivU t '! imkir, f, s. I. iMotvwo;l, j: .uii" ffirj. H .i2e lire sin t l".vi . IV. H. llsnfnnw, J: J. Ullts Mltilull, V"'i-Q- l it.)Ut Jil- - ifv i'Io'j'ii. .MAMAX. t cji-tn- wiw a s.ri en t!i with wfliom bujli i'iIio n5J.5',f)l-Iio-,- d b.d at i'lim low Mlllf, d J'u. Muf.fe'jt, l' 'r ry lnur('.i r;U" 1'ilU'w Jirawi-a.- " ,aokad Kttquu, s; J. II. Helton, J. II. il Ifini'tjf u r, Jvek NO. 0, UltOJIWKM.. nn. wiil1 Jnid c;n;m j l II. T. Pouter, s; AVitrnn Taj lor, j; are iHino-- , ilie "Jl.iry, tj'ica brojfjie-i- ' Porttr Amos, J, 0. .W. Maittn, c. If pu b;11 e tne, IJjll iro iwt I'l'isi. NO. 7, UOOI. Sl'JtlXUS. Is ilvniol nlslit rtUxel." Such wa.4 Jlfc? Bennett, c: II. V.. Ilil', j; AVnltw OHj. li yours on the firm Hiram Taylor, J; It. S. Uimji, . vllle Ilu.tVr. NO. S. NOIITH ItOCKiPOllT. un.1 mi.' j,hWtfM j!i :rat,-'U'.f.I NO. G, y !mit fy I ii. '! J; I.. J. Hardin, s; IM. J.' Beted, Addle Auatfn, J; U. B. Browm, NO. !.. SOUTH ltOCKPOIlT. J. T. Jackson, r; lNirfcer lliinlcy, j; W. JI. Maddox, J; l.iConiH.r,il Olblis. r. NO. 10, iUlLUUT. I ; O. W. llanney, Morion Ph;glcy, J! WW ,Imgfor,d, c. J;!E. U. I NO. It, UO ItS B BItAiXqH. Important Notice to Subscribers. Tlw lttj)ubltenft luia rj!veil nollco Wakr V. Olnl-itlan- , Myrtle, c; j; W. NO. 12, . It. O. P. Balmy. I. Likens, i:. G. Atchison, j; II. C. Uno,wdar, c. NO. 13, BASr UHAVBIf DAM. Vdnsil Gary, J; C. . 1'. tMI'.tcr, UQhI.Ni:. ji Harry Monroe, c; K. Joe It. Williams, J. ! ,V. - pi41ia.ni, J: no. 14, wi;sr bbaviju jjajm. ''ttvl, . J. Albeit Iuoli, (Goo. (KaJtzU, j: c. J; K. M. NO. If., McllKNUV. II. II. l'iuncv, c; Itult- - .Yeanvjjn, J; It. P. llcck, J; A. T,lKir,ia, B. J. J'. Casebier, k; NO. 10. OHNTlltTOVN. I AUln 1!ih. fi J unity iBu.d, J; J. if. BH'iop, J; A. 1'. CIiawnhMi, ." NO. IT, .SMAiUlOUS. Olln-ol'lcilMtiiri;, ic; Hm Morton, i; ' Garfield Barnard, 'j; Qvr;hi:i,rS, n JJAiST FOllIJSV,lI..I..K. C. 15. Curdttii, a; J. II. WosttorCriajd, J; 'A. T. Mitolie'l, J: V. A. ,XUy.h,?wj,c. r.OHU,SVIW.K. NO. 13-- W. J. K. Burr.hiU, c; ,T. A. 'Kvauis, j; J. H. Bober;B, j; A. Htmlewin.'s. I, NO. NO. IS, .S. Ie F. AV. Whlf-'ley- , J. 1'oul. J; S. NO. Go,jMCy, s; Joj Ithoai3, !J: L.. PJUHU'S, 'c. I D. II. c; Mark Qlousflif . j; i A. from the Third AsUtant Poitnmter General csilllns pur a'.toiittan to the tx postal rsu!a.ttona In tl-- i.t no m.ra In effect aan b; 3iit tliroush tho mall aj svond alaas nia.tt"r to Kibcrlbord who are more torn o'w yoar In arrears. "Uljls mcjis tint we must collect the ?uUsor.pt,iona or dlsjoiuittnue Ahe papr. wj It ts mt a iu)Uon of whuih-tre wllttns to I'xtond crl'.t to our vih'crlber or not. We muit comp'y with Uu postal therefore can not o.tejid crollt fjr more Uiui one yieir wiiiut ili'ir financial tttanl-(n- s 110 milV-- r n.ay b. revolvers. ita.t' tacHts are betas nt to all .ICic tllsj,ppwirnnce of Mr. Sml ft" n ony y ar or more la nrr vtrs xnd we hop-- Ui.'y will make prompt 1 F,ii Worjh sntiltni'ii'in 5at X.iH tti1" a inonUi latir by her tl it omittance. UaU" tills U done uo must take tlon with IJoyee (n .Wdnnonoif, M.n-;ob- i. Mutual friends brought 'aliout a -- iclr names off our lUt. Stoptns tlu IHP'.rs dos not In anv rjconc'llaat.iin bcitwen fhc lan,kr mil his wjf-- ' and Boyce Mas released Xr'm way r;leo2 tlw subaribeis from of Uirk dns, therefore, it cu'iwly after the coujle liad to Kort Wor.th. you do not want us to catiUnue shilliilloiyce, Sr., w,i.s hat lund .kic! J ng you The Republican rimlt whit 3 already due and we will stop th3 Jhe lobby of n Font Womyli liqtel January li, bjcause of reun lie $ japor. od to 'hai; maile derosa'.ory ,5,0 illrs. S5iio-l:w trlml iir, thu WlK-i-i ineu School's Begun. but fj'ie Jury was un.ibl'' tJ nsree nnd Tpu'ro is qutt on ithe iyei;;' p?ndtnff a ieooncl vVxt wiiitih 1 sat for Aijtnost eteryoiie jqu mpt November 12, he was r.ietitvfl unlir Ioks atVvery otJur one, bind. And itherc'ii smcitnhirf fpiefr in tla,j. rtarl r aub-ini- jvUiIk-of h in ty tUnifly ajftiu 0"? ctu Texas Banker Shoots Down Young yy rud'ld?. I'roni miclt rw f, ejnv r pitcihi.8 ld(ti( InectOiitltig ll iniy n J Man Who Eloped With ivtircd wilth Vittio tloi.Ut. To pPMiipt lh and dnvelionvnt His Helpmate. KntwiUt 4f nvtriX'ii biei. rii, and to prrtiuii-j- i grow.h of 11 ugt nnd, pro'itabV ulfaifaciop, vd', ofJJie alfilf.l AmnrllJo, Ti.,iPt. II Ai B1.M0.eJr, field Humid bo well 'IM.'lciil wliih il p; ipmriit v Mn'vnn whos the yotin 'Worth with the composing otuuv.c nutUr, nnd tho sill Ouj.Mier from Wi must be !weet. TJic" .bnotoivn lire w;fe f John Itmil ueqd, Amj.rlHo ,lii4lk ;' el ln&nurfo. (bnvl dr.'4hii?o nnd Kifuin o", wii' fH!ovl by the drieiitlu )f uro m.;l on 11 largo itilr for tfie mo'lPl. In I'livuli. the rrtimi "f tli 'lm fuck to would j(lclj to Kurt WorMt nnd 1 1 r tih" wo'dsiijid oher guiiw, wmniin by in 'tKily tisul on a .mill kiiJ. It )iy.s faVi-- r Wlilnji f lv yoiuijf inntr HI lut Ao dcTN'h Jigre lute to Irivo the (oll for is crop mv'l Sned, w,i and C.rtl'c, nnd (.t miiRt lo c'tnn "f f.-InU,r Sneil, mniit'iit to lay and wonts nnd o,liir grow h (.Mt vnuld ln ejant In vora'l and lutl!y r"n!i-ll- e an, I ."mother ,thp ouiu rtlfalfi jiluvts. .l tiieaiiie of a Inavy jji'JwIfi pt AJJa ,f.i s f ut comliKg to be one of nt H13 county nl1 (iiid 's fiirrendcrat our mist N.i'u.ili'c illrcct money c.cils, fonuUIy liarjred wliili the UilUnir. Vor as woll a-- an Important tifct PnvJ'mln iry eui Jna'lon was wnlvel home feejUng. lmmeitl.it. Jy Jirae nnd and he wns ordered by ,tlie rau I profl'ab'.e crips ran Je griwn f.vim the he'jil ,to wnvlve tihe uctlcn of tho tji r.md is wo't M orltcd. rert).U Jury, wih,ic.h wilj coiucne In rTfuJ.ir Vanl'lf .ijgli'. and drafned. All eondyoivs niu,t ' Mondny. Byce, who recently returnrd fnvn far fjho 4jant-- s Ik fore the ecd Is how 11. y If on. fantor Is omitted, it lure Js J Cinfida, Wki! walklmt aloiiijr one of t.'io s Jmjun-- . reMtliy Inrnu:i;jon Is lf oX Principal K,rcet, Aniarlli ,ihen ns Plowing Hit ground. Aflfalfi Sneed advanced to the middle of th c.vuitlng crop, but It rfiys Uind-wia'ltom itju an stroeit Imd opened Xflro with n jy for all tho t",imf labor and capital s'lo'eun, flivs three clnrpcj. lnvuiUpl uti Jt. GJobe It- iniKiat. a chiiirhi Ilojpe fcll In the doonvpiy nnddil w,iihln a few nioiii'n, ft inutile effcK'tf of (,lilr;y .buckyjiot wtilti, rtru": CERALV0. him In the rjitht sld. Unj'mN (wed . is. Mrjsrs. John ClMne-Han I erc Jn Arthur l'vry Jiave gone to mother and IiIm two JiroiMiciw ' the cene jn a Xe,w nuniinvts'. Mr. I'omvil Uerty nid X unity, Cleioc, In tlio uufiiit.'jine Snetfl volniijFiri'y Vi'.siffd his father Mr. Charge Ihvrly mule his weiy f PtJii and ciHimWsl Tuesday. to tirre-st- . UctfiU Hhoe f ci!kiiii w. tip n Mr.Kll.ert Iirown nnd nlfe Ji:tv re. Usxl, fnecd was armed wltih twi turivtl Xrom Tennessee. Ho announced to newnpapT men ii, Ms TaJly CurfifS, is tint he It id no Btatemcat tM'n'wV. Mating licr sNter Mr,j. Tli'imrn Va.". lor:j T.!i? shoojais occurred wyjiin Mr. 1 A. Kknimel und fun.il MK.nt of ahe lusjtn iiuartcra on tlw jr'ii ! Siturdiy and Smvl.iv wLtli n.ntlos a pjj. streit. nftcr 10 uifii'.,'r Uuell. ?urrendtud y tlie iwlto-'- , sWiii,; .M;.s Huvu Ktivni sVjteuiictl the St.it. c up an tiutoiiiA'-.- c gho!at.n sind two Fair last week. 1,11 tho fio'ib, but j o b3 found strnwimt -- Closed SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st On account of Jil :; a-- s -- sl'n J- t HOLIDAY. Spa c i a I Bargains for Next Week. X, ll - . or fenit-iunw- 11 -- t T ROSENBLATT'S In Connection With S. Rosenblatt. Hawcsvillc, Ky. 1 au'.J-miiii- ! .Mi a. IMna xlsJVs ri?;tUica It'iielsbtini, hero. liiuiidjy, ;s j HARTFORD, KY. I , Politicians Make Epigrams. JU"kenaik, . I . u-- k ijli . I N. J., Sip,'. 17Tlie art j T up a poillli.il pitfonn of siniiniin .... ... ... .. ... .. ... r t. JM III WIIU'. I.s iiri;uw piTWHA.l.1 Wll"j ypar by cundidaU Nw Ju the Fnd"r H'te Gertran aijt ianll-da,hno tlia rUlit (to Ujj not more than s'; word.s utter tiuir names on Jie b il'iot to indicate Uuir liolity ori Intentions. rla,'Xoijits K'wii" of the sl Some Selected by 11 ipubljeun canilidat'si ire as Mili'e Icing Force "liffiiieni and oconomliul JejJls-liitlmujile sugar itlirpugh nuuns e! irl tjll fo-lo- Recipes. '.f lil"irs a and " one-lM- ui pounrl of r -- I H-r- e'j Sluuy.er, J; llufus UoweJI, NO. the S'.crt Solnoioi'is (begun. y I W. B. MnIXtnicl, e; d. D. Cookaey, J; M. 8. Patterson, J; N. B. White, c. NO. I ' Wicrc's ,the racing Where ithe rush of children's jtoet ? .doiatng c(t In folio elixir wliere H,a.nry ia,t. took at motfier's iiice; tjhe feejs Np one ta&jlrog at ihep ilirrtp; ,j,li.o Pray Owtn Majran, c; Ctivo llnwlcit,t, ); Jolin Bialr, J; B. K. HlohaTdgoin, e. NO. ' J. B. Wellpr, a; J. L. Misle, II. DaM, J: D. B. Barttutt, c. NO. I J; , .1. No one ipssh'is at imr iheris; Now itjhe breaWast thi'naa i,r done, lie tan sjt and .Uynk a mfijil"; She mm ha3 (ti"e to emUe. no,t pmyng Mary's hoft':1 Tt'icixris a fitlHneis in it,!w ftir; iSont of ipongp.nt Jiot it,o tpitl: Itowan Cos. cj V. A. Jllffss, J;Jesso . Ivlng, J; T. U. Qwen, 6. I Jo's NO. I I Bverley, r: M. !'. tvimlley, j;M. J. WtUams, J; 1 U. VOnd, c. NO. P,LPASAJT. A. B. T;clicn.tr, c; Jlun Bell, Jr., j; Vt L. ConMU, i' Bmk Tiwlor, k. .NO. Je,s 27-- P.T. "GiX! yjour sister (bax.ilt litir iba'j;." With a Jiaif an hour fp flrpiro iSoeimg Uke Jieaven ewirjiwhene. Iiiro'is nhe ireasoin iSoliool'ia begun. I B. Bajiie, L. fc'ond.rfiCr, u: .V. ' NO. BonOa Wale, ci L.. : J. Jt. KluUU, ItMitraw, J. T. J;F. 13. J. T. Hanry, 'J; I I Ijauluim, J; AW T. Gr,lfat,li, 3. V. A. NO. Wonder iwhy it i'? Vpu kn,ow, After .the flr&t daj or Tliat itlie ivnara pa-- kfciyi &t n'joiw? Whafis cj'i rea,on (tjl:n(t jio,u Kopk At itho cick and Vpiio jxiuy book? Wi!iait'B t(ho rnaaon thiat iou j, p k,ji C.utolilar.'j Albert P,i.tiy'iwi, Tom BraJJey, J; II. It. llaylnr. V. I I'VT' l!i'jinert jhe ba,UbllnK OTewHi jnaiy , WJiat'a t,lu ,tl'at iCj.1,1 jiou foi'jil NO. I Alison lluynii', c; V. W.kT J. ,T. M.U'k ': lJk, ICeniy Cimhv, NO. ItenXum, Jr., , Itulj CVi'ik, J; J: J. O. ALbi, f. y, :iUyr, j; JllOi, s. II. tuyfflt WJien ic,riij,'.lrl(; 4s tlald and d,mn ,t(o Naughty toy njvil IIto'ii -i- lly i"j'ia rtTion-,Sn!v- xl'j brun. I IViiT'iy Hluiw. no. The Universal Ring. Guy .SUU'lir, v; (.'J'iuilo lttik.fr, Sim Jamtx, Jr., J; Joe JaniCM, s. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A STOR A I a fixmi N(w York was ho flnit to Interfrltiiid Jivjii the iuuntry u 'few iliyH view tlio farmer, lla asktvl Wiis wnrthy, asso, wltpli 11 iilui who wis diut a f"iv if it was (true fjut lie coull do what llm n) a tann-.yt'ituH our Junltir. he o'.nJj)i"il und lnw ho (Ijd it. iind wo w?ro re,ucd ' im Air.m. It "Ves, 'HVi itruo," niiwere(il tjio t.uc. c biiaaii o wan tifnt Ions bfforo ni".r. "And I wllj liow ypu J(w (t li doiio ;by IMjlllltf Bill JIll W1lw ini.ttr i)iTjt:i,,iiiiiK tf tltiy lvo nsfo. Wo buMi In our yojnuu las. five inlJes iliown ,'jho ;ilnv." I j were ufter He "jlirn 'the youti almost (tropin, lud nmn to rlnis iCtn Jowvd jn tho nolcl jKH(tMit(l only up, vhcli Jie d;d, und he himl ro- by u h.!ilrl uh''-tvMiio ilovn bi'ow cdlveiuj do.wn. the kno-- s and u utrttw lut for ' t,1'0 "A-- Uiey on?'" ask'd ih faifnur, "Viw, iijl 4u of Miwn," miKwnrtd tlia liiul. Ho went "s " Ut'lo bitter Uy cla,;ni-In- ;; youns mm, und ivind'vl i)o nnvivif t lirofrMt,j'l U10 farimir, Uut htf ajwajs 1111 11 (VultiJnuiu n.'l thnt on Mm illy "Hol'o, uio im a!J ti Jw Uno?" "Vog, urfM-trf10 Vfilcen. leore tlfi,t JwlIdy .l'8 tilwuyi ''3 "Gf.j.1, ay ifA ott but BUI Jones, vchtd Uh tfiow for (,ii wiuvw. II many then." tdlJ Ui haU a1.o.cU cm r 11 k-ars Bill Was Darned Nigh Naked. Wo lixl u ruij fjoxul iliat yji A f.inm t, li"Jnjr ajon 'one of t'l"' J: ruii ito'f(ihono '.;nca trxwlc n Htnt-n- i pan any one of m,t, I'JU't lio the W jutrjiij of the Mile, with o'le ring. Mimitait.urt-rand pwnnn, UCnUnir it would bo a (rreatt tiling mid wxmjl revo'ut.onlKi tho ruiTil (,Mp. Pjwne Uncn, sei l,h'jr rpreaentatJos to 1nitjtis'Ue the iniAtur, A younj man .!.tl iIIU llfltW.1.tiT. IHIl govermneiii hoiujy and ccunciuilcally granulated xuair Find no admlivistercd;" "Progrcois witli ieonoiny one cupful oupful cream or rjch milk. lut ovr for Bergen Coun,ty." swa'p-In- s Ilunnlns up and down the nuxar Is ilisso'-ci- d SiMiie of .the InioiMTitic Sheep Are Weed Eaters. .5,y)Bnns nro the otire. siiT u,tll and bandjns over making beds will then 1kH wijliout B'Jrf.i'g until Slieep are one kln,d of Uto Htock that "Fir Woodrufit' W,l"soirs progr.es.sUe iPo;l- t ure docs not wilien btte.l not mako a woman healthy or beautio.'os." "Pub'ic off;tt. Is n public tr,ug..' mi can bo handled advantagoous'y Jn conful. She muat got out of iloors, walk "Fearjc.ss U.itnI untji lukeIn .old wator. of bosas.-- ' nection with exlcnte a mile or two ewery day and take Char warm, beat until oreamy; rii,hOJ,t .lilnt-lnof tlie fact jitit tihcy are r.it be.ro.tn'3 Tab',ta to tmjirovo lior ingesconsyint'y untjl soft, then gnrccul on Hvrs.sj nnd ciWIo wHu eat Uncle Sam Is Much Sued tion and her bowels. For Hale cakf. by all deaers. iMa,ple Flokyng Idntid Iut one find Was'ilngton, Se.pt. 16. Six .yaret XJrlug of weeIs that aheep consume grtysMy. , ,., . . .. .. of (the big guns of She army nxV-- s ' Where the weed problem is one of mi- lias resultid in t,he submission of iminy of a wlute of two por.tance Alfalfa Bacteria. a Ilock or two of M'lvein ur damagr's pn par.t oggs until s.tlffi drop by fcho np.onful ilany fall In the suoees.ful vjartlng of curious claims for of g;reat bancflt- - WhJle wed probof farmers, cojVigc.rs and fjghoriniun lato the hotnillk; lot iKtarcit unti( frrjn; ilfoilfa .UvToush the Jock X njtmwii-iatlien;a- g by proper ouitlvn-Ho- n lem can b bacterja In (tit. ijJl. Ceiryijn agssregatjng no ls4 tban )32r6l6 ami Hklm out an,d use Is trull nod milk for (this cultivation cvan be grea,tjy ltcl. I 22) making cu.wand. Hioag those claims, 'distributed bruiveni grow on o'le roots all Ijatitd by keeivjmg tho nlgbt J,nd of nnj- 1jun ut car. Jhrovtvl fir.nnta 4im.t Including sum.'.-- . ' alfajfa, (r.ithqrias potispnis are now being sMit'ed by t'' ' ntals on tlie land, and In nrbUtlon tp disbursing offjeens. rot very fine; put enough .water over solving nitnosen Xrom the air mid torliiar it in tlie wel probltmi the prqur. Natur,aHy the larrgegit items 'june for tlieim to ball down by Jio t,me .ttiey ar the rtwt,s of tjlie plintP. Tlwlr jre,4en'j j of the sojj wi'l bj g'a-s4n cojtfeifres done. Stow gcrttly for half on hour, or window mty be noted by nodu"a Mr swelilnngs I nny'wat Anyij(li'Ing on tike roots. Alfalfa seed may germi- und farm houses, but incjudftd jn fa unitlj peinfectly aaff If ILhorn ,hat win destroy wenta J fonty-ftjcenta for er left drain oXf, put In better Bie worthy of the farmera nate in ith-- soil and tho young Uiit list is one Item of attention; ny- Ami unit n.11 mlv make a good ta,rt, ycit tlie p'ajit8 will ilimages cusel by the jtvwaftv pt ivrt. nf ut.1nlll .' TkAnnnr t1'lP fiat .wilj malntnln tjia Xntrilliy Jory u KillPlnp nice Xlo.d.1 well and lot s,tawl wbore isox i hot n,at make permanent growth unless tlie " "' """ "- -' wciwion. MuterU are present. Where, Tho ilargey,t claim js for $.1,000 'for for five mb.utc. A little cream added . 'ShX,P wi, lK""' anJ ar cowpeas and other UvfiinvJa liaie damagos Inf lifted by t1'0 bjftsit of tho isnn improvement. c'Ioar, U'e a"Cntlm' f V"' "n,In guns of For.t Battwiln, Maine, upon Frewi. Plckls-T- wo Wrt8 of Ucl growor 1n a jiroviously grown in the meld. country, I green joma.toi's, ono a!(cl onion, ono , wl.l .Muit morj nvvllVv titan bi a sumtiKr huine. ' ltccd m of and pe"li; ono 7J fl'i'ds where oth,er crops have boon The Advertising Trend. . amaii out wko in a "W',,en cjt,us m,n framing. Tlw rrtison is that thM. .ilwr Millionaire's Son In Jail. e" on 1U- otto (tmjjpfut legiunos luivu b'licfjted 'J n a tllileaao, Spt. 10. Itoinfoit Mixtln, vo,.an with layers of be sufticieat. Ut tand tw.m,'- j- U"lnU & 1,ark, tlv3 "'inning rf Uio way, and no iV'Ult Inocuji tied 2"J yeais ojd, of Mlddn'jqwn, O., wm of tour hours; then drain and add ex'ery on'1 ot t)l',t rorm "f ndnortitw.. It to a contain msUfxX. u mll'io,nalro jripT-nii"TJl Piwner, wa , In.l'jUUsI bUl- otf.nc.iw sx-dsend, black and wblto Hut 1' bacti'iiU on tlis'si otlmi- Icjujiks b m,Uiiticl in MunldSrnl fpuu to tumcrU.. ni;inco uiid ovpn, ono ttib- l- ,"r,,, ttml 1" m Uiem will not uf f;juiitiy tnocu;tiij the icrva .sl moiiM'.'S In (lu HoCiO of Cor. tytoonful of bnck ixippor. One pound of n'3wsI,a-ICTthe circus jidtorysir fjrwu.ice.idtuUi1 faltagio,Wiiiig. If (ho JfliiH r.'totlon and jay a fino of tJoi), on j brown sugar and Knjbm of goofl npplo augiuutea a diu,riyiro Inom a rull- kitiid nt UoiQtorja 1 not prcs ivt .tJw olf dliatgo .made iby .lil Milfei to wliflm illAr. vinegar. M,U4 l I ll"wra wviicui nay) uniiuos. mast b H).icjal!y treated b.Co,i! Hendjiig tin says be was I Jn Nltw Vfirk UJ 'suljwpwl OyMers-F-or ttntty (i Xo..mc. tj.ja dfrsh dra.n Uoiuni'Mxiiul ciijturca uro made mtd are t!.1!' i' flr ago. vly, lini,bcir.ls Im'iI a one iiiunt of oystcjs, tj,o,p vm Uirie W,,lu "'W a on tho mirkut tor .t'ns punpose. .Tlvey Tho mxrriag"j cs,ninj;cl jManuJii tnun "rul wm) "ffUlve. Pa. in tliejr stu'ks of ccjerj'. and brown n a twice. are giol Jf tins tA ptidltloiv junj night Ha tittier. AXtcir wo;Wt'K In mucous pan n,rW ""lPl.itJon they ' no longvr throo ullcea of b,uw, tlgifc have o4l.iwlK", llioy will l''ite a fojlutv, portions Jn y, tiny (iim) "vlko tho different I they onco dll. vw efloe. Wip tl nysters, on The boat way U (uouulato ajfiifu col to CMoa'tP, wivjro lylio WTmuti ' tT'y been "N1!iper,s givft imm-- d tito r.mi'A bj- - ,ono. into a beaten egg and then pretlous to xyl,ag t v usu i from Mi ii tin wi.'ihxrd Uvp ,to (oal tin yiunojtl T,ll?y cwil, ha of ynu Jittjo bivad crumbs, jiuj u layrr of an old o,lCalfa tlojl, ,Ui tinn SUO to life. Martin dnltsj (lie cbjitge. litto a baking ilis.li, Hpinnklo iwi'h wuat to intorof. Wbere cno p.,rson 5W pouu'ls t" the ttero ot ium.u!!iUniri Nilriy chopped celery, bits !of Uiieon und a read ne,wp,iipejis and a 'II. .Dig 'It Xmiii tlio n'f.i'fa fla'J. l Ui "r Hie aoattPr liimu'diutely oer tUj new field Proverbs of a Young Layman. fw and imniQdUteiy woik It Into tho iojl .Unfc' s.ayta men irunnCtig l.a ....!.. ... ,utii-u..i u,ams, nvirrirwos, and ovxt. ,Tilo reason for this is tint Ho who eivU a helping i)iind Is a layrtis uatji ujl the liwrodients liavo WKi-,,lliCi'lons, wnll sltre,t nWrt, been uaad, cvoer the tpj. (ttftfi brea.1 I. num. ail bict,r,ia aro (njurtd by llttlic If t1,u liriudy bt'Jpi ovwj.l.ttitf o'so crumbs, and bako lor luilf un hour in 8jrmftns. luoiiuitttlt.ig tU let uluujy uvitttcrcd over Jove your -I sep-irfite it jn boc-ius- prosier.ty,' "Putsrs,.,. fil-Jii0cipi;- ,, and atvl .,,,,.,., tabl.vspo.inf uj ui'i vf worn al'iipV", Bub thnnutili U H'ato 7L I I j,n,. .111 i rt rt ,.... 1.. . I.. ami b ntl Oiw md . aug-i- r may u; aldit wjijle boUjpg if ... grn, ,,,.,.,. ..,. weod-eaters- t Uji-ncs- s ao main-talne- d. x n'n-dt- V"Tr l;n cupu-ntber- I T" i;; tt'illal 1,1 to-d- iy - mu-nar- d tu.n i. mai-rtfe- timy i,ry vt ttt ""J-'SPl- t:m l"'la ol s "c " T ZvZTZr7LtH" T', .. cr Jlusbands IVm't , s tll iw the fi 1 wit J. will llil thu baotorla. I,. Is by. a 'dig und iibo .this .ui on u tilouly djiy or lato in tho ovcnlng when Ue sun i Jo vv. Tiny I'lirjvj wit'' mlhtfuro, wii'vnt darktuM. In Jiuulr Xiutn tlio o;U a'. to f.iXa fjdd 4o tiio new, It U lio hoil in bau, ur (.tnnir p a Plooo ' to t'M'iudo sunlight. that gfovv pn the toots of Pacterta Jtwe.-- t wyr ciovcr are tho tnump fr ll and u!i'jw)d ,to o mi t'10 tum your (j.nw (liUNliiiiV'lr-ai- id de.-hlt- f uvj great lengtJi ut (uj aht ... pbey your dilldirem. nboa'aiwiumun' itro.tln 'i . lvo u qujck ovc-n- . I tlia,t lw-"- f 1,"WI "d w " l bt t.t vor, ' then wash QHa.ges ot If ypu know of tho tftroU3?i boit tiavti, or real tfaiiw of tfr. If by any phanw (po ...u'h oiumbraU, Jtnlmcnt Til Inlkin ft...k.B D no or twn lyo is ttsod, watJi thniiith w uwacln, main f and l.alf.cup of vjneirxr W,W ktvyjs 1t4t14u.il ministers do for Ityimg iueni, wiutors contaitiint a ItCfl Ptvpex Ca,tsuj., Np. 1. BPit nitl rnw,W.tl p.alns, you would neyer wUh tho mlniteais iiihUis flio nipst money,, . .. . . . . . liujxi liaijoti 01 rot pefver . wiuiout Kor tuUt by all unyw-ay- . tw there are o pinny tnot , , water .cn&u(jh to cover. Add, wWtlo tVtaVs. junUed.-f- c. ln lcn,oU .Ued , We heaven ...,.,h. t, lay tip Wro on cut,,. v nner.1 a muiii ,'onucr it'dtut In limven tluui on earth, tuvl ilKiil ntcfl more. Tjlio lawyt-rmoro tor lunj-intfe U. ''. a trur wo .w. . Hoinlny-- To ono gul'pn of wa,,er, Ico'd HcopUia tiHiPpomfiil of lye. ' "T,,w clnelw l' "o Mrpl.i t'awv 1 I. -- I ' '' rfll -- oW ! ... to u l.tNs . i cft-- tt tZJi" ul 4" twrtvy (,hnt wl lak jn i ''"i -- i.,j. .an "