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I.icy, Bjwrblfrim OF OHIO COUNTY DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE Subscription $1 per Year No. 1L t;'e HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1912. r11 Thqy ,foql cmt'.uIii (H tilnafaul that Jf' I'ol. offjcVnlders R.sevr;t wlin vi'o Iio 1 vl i' ENJOYABLE DAY WITH HEFLIN LOCAL Members of A. S. of E. COULD PUT BECKER IN ELECTRIC CHAIR iu3 u clean broom twiviplng out yia nl 0110 tlmo Iio ownm! syok Walnut Coil Comrany at Alto-Jin- In . POLITICAL PLUMS MADETOOTHSOME Fouth Class Postmaters WORKING MEN i'ifo Progressives' Recognition , md iviis,siiently tfn'y rvri ' MuVr own ilny.s In nfiVa tu nwnUtat, whether Hie Pir.grcwsiiiv.s or fj'vj puii wlii. TJio mt tin r lv! BALD KNOB. Kipt. It Hi.th in ,th;s nu:?Mor,hoJ Is not very goid at this wnlMnu. MlM Delia Smith, who has boon vlslt-n- s relative In i:vansv,ille(, lrd., and Henderson, Ky., returnid Jicnij WtlnM-day- . I ocmts Spent This Was Boast of Schepps Hot at wHnjio of Prosjdcnt (T.ilJtV c.au-ill'l-- r- - V Mr. J. If. How,ard and tamlly v;sjt. Witness. eJ Mr. S. Taylor and finiUy of Mt. I '1 Zjon, Sunday. ' 23, IDII. Hi'fljn, Ky., Slit. Horn to the wife of Mr. ,t.. I.. Ia.oli Only Nominees in Sympathy With ' Hot Sprlgns, Ark. Slpt. 81. "My First Step of Plan To Plac .Editor It iuliciui: Wv wl'h to on t'10 21 a f;no 10 pound boy, 3Iqthor will onl llcckunr ijt pliair; nil account of and ha,be dojni; well. sfl'" in wlijoli t,o Classes Not Under Boss All On List of Classified 1 know it.1 I 1.9 ncteil. the Jl:ir;tfi ml DWrlot moS don't Unpjo Riley Hues, lias biwun discing Thl lu effect, was ono of tlip d- Rule. Even 'Jio pr.fcwlona'l pi&.'lct,7ins nro Irs of tho 'A. S. or II. which iiit-- t Work. cm.1 on Uiuc2j EUslvi Pay.'jon's ,l).irm, claratmis of Sam Solirfip-- , .IVtscnUis tr,Iiey wlt'i Hefi;n Local Union at Ghipmau for tlio Prold lit. Mr. F. Ij. Taylor and mdee, Miss Em J lc".irt 'Vi murdar cae wiUicsis, yo 'P"ljmairirl''ru I care lur.mng tor him. fl.ut fire U"Ovr nji , ehtollo.ue on Ka.turday ,Jist. I0113, an,d MiBs D.?Ha Smth, wont I to K. Johnson, of Ho,t Hprjnfrs, nfjcondl'n Tliouiqli tlio morn in ? wtis cloudy nod namo to hold possqssjun of ,Uio Ri;pu' tho Morgantown fa,;r aaturdaj-- . 4J,mt .1.1. ..Is... .... fl.'Tlll A.ttlAr?llt1 .1 t. Vli.llh." WaiMilnirton, Sqpt, 23. It was praofj-oal- jy to t,ho .testimony of Mr. Joljnwiji (before v. It .liok,"! Miry much jus Uiiuugji 3 IVU.ty Mr. Chaster loach, and family visited uUUVw. I'ultratyDii of lU.or 1 MwiUV Plwd """ SpeKjUi dqcidtl today that Pret;dent Taft CommlRsloncr .Huff. wfliiH l.avu a rainy day, about Tl, 'man-wcSunday. of Wiwliw jlVUlsonw l,lit - biHmcj he In tho near future, wilt (suo on w.ltl. Another Uacjaireiillon of Ai..hciprjs' (rcforJ rslaUvt'S find fricndis o'clock tlio people bjrin to gjithcr In rii '"w s'.umn the UI.or.novtm.cnt b tjie new. it; ln order, plaoing ol tour,tli;iisa tbo catnta,ster, wa $n and liy 10 o'clock tlio schooiliouse Presidential Candidate Authors. postmasters s . T,lft 1" HU f,r nut rtt ''10 1unn'' I 1'iMW'lv. ln-yin the casslSlod penvlce. comfortably filled. At tlijs Mine tlio Iti'jsnot only an imtorcstyns ut unqi'o rj" b ,Ut a f4rt-T nt" ''J'.'19 "If llosntliAl .haul not bsn siKh a fapt nominnm of .HWn This order, relieving 38,033 posamatu meqjlng wis called jo ord-- r by t''o A. fl. Miriam.. f tint tlio t'lree proslJenlal nandl-date- s, tors from the uncertainty of ipoilfial U,P tlio rrowrlvcH in wrio.w ivmt.i of wh,,n noprwcnoMw 'noooliei' bo woubd not Jnve got Mm-"chairman, Mr. O. I. Jfmw w&Ui Mr, Co, Roosevelt, Governor Wilson f,.r ro.H.,.l.o I ..fricH. Tevan wlui Js on! of filw L.P -- uvtrv polnilmont, .will be one of tha most J" vi b.ul. I tlon"t wtiut you r,oo lie-iat ! tface s and President Taft, are all TvohUilo au,licv r for C.wr "im.1 Cor Jm to" "f - N'1"' eainrfi!,, comnrehen-s,ito think wo lulled n mm ofMomo wir.fti-and as of- . After n sons, prayer was offorTl iv thors as well as poUyqlans. , Colonel nll.i,l...re. convince Wis nfOvH" roci"t'- "" trt'l rril-- .lin,tj:o7sn-n- i drcrvfd p b Roasovoit loads the ljgt wiith a ,wlde fqctlns? the olvll aorvlce, evqr Issuqd by Itjv. T. II. Ililmiti. Tls was fo'j'ow-o- l acpunt. Rosenthal ..4 ontniwinwl Ta of (he Aimrlcui Jon of tl.or a President of Ujhe United Suites. KUlwI." a wolojnio jid'Jrjtw ito Lhi margin Jiavln? more tl.an fontiy ymmnt 'mi", t" ai ,!"11'- l,V the ncwianty 1 slucorcly fl?V'" ",',"wn l,y r(,I,or Johnson, wiho firretfii St:bcinps Jiaro , That .tho President wou'd take jind visitors asldo from scores f magazine arijjio;.os ll,vcrcil by of clo3C to the iwvle iul vt crMtt naMoiuH lie.id.iu.Mciw. Hild 'lie talkml to l,m ntn,ost fve .his first toward putting 'into T. r.Tanncr. Tim rcmionso wus mi-IComm-i',vTJ, to .his credit. Goveirn,or ,Wilon cqnv.--s Democratic N.iUwil ' .ouor'tw tl... twutfm-i- .' of PsiM-y.i- i liouns on AuuuKt 10, mostly ultout t,he pnurtlce his often expressed bojef by Hro. Italmajn and was lijicli $ nexit 'Willi a number of it'exit books, r.,i,-." f 8"'"" "" tlvvt will .unollor.ite Hl.c c,m.',l.m of ' IUwtyjUal niunler, and SohdHtus 00,1. by ,!! pncsMit. books on poHy.es and law; a ,ttve Mojumn all Govenimont ofticons b'ilow t(ho (girado; It .on r.lie not p.,y t rjmt tlio ijOlorK. ,wy,ii it. Silicjirvs, Jie nai.1, history of cablnqt maniUers s,liould bo removed ACtcr tlio apijn .mtrnt of a commit- - notion t1'0 American penp'o anl of .m"ii"litlAti on dt'I Muuk. r,vt.r.1il xt m..,. w'''-Tills tnilnr)' j fjlr.st lfigsCpl iKt to be ilellvarajl tio (ie on rosutlon,', j.rosjrnm antl nndlt-I'snvcra,! volumns of osnayis pu Reneraj from Vie nfluariico of polkas and pnilt.i".s.ri i now lie- irly iiJlri' K'M.voo'.'.iilc yhat the now ovliliiiioo ijli.ji fiiscwia' literary ..tonics. Prcwld(nt Taft a!,s(o Ills undar fihe civil orvlce, bcctunto pnaqtU by ,tha o'vilr, the fcin3 up jinjU Now .York police; i".l I, no .t.c.iirar,- - of .J,c r,Mn.on .t.;.!o '" "''J'"'1 ,,n t,l! tH- -rr oa'jly certain late today, a5ter a delenoon w.is ii.k?n up In Jnyirjiw rijorts Kraft, public ofQo;,als, itho ihufics Jeid. several volumns to lqs crcdjt. ,. jauur. lt iv.nit anil juirposw jltinl iUfff.P-nati- vlt K Wilkin's only to '.ho klH;iiff of Ra.sjn,tir.l gation of postmasters, returning rosn from t!i- - various IivtiI4 iii the tlintilc. Ins UP from Alio and iloa'jartd, "I am the keyname fnf jho the annual oonvantiP" pf i'io ia.srsTiqip.ti'n Hoc n wo adjmimad o the sli.tlo At tonty which ! n Jtn,ty of NICHOLAS MOOSE wilialo sjtuallr.il." INTEREST GROWS In Richmond, V,o., bad bqjn reclvcil of a Mira'ns oak, AvUre tlio .'mlK' i tyoiixl prlvjw. Uqukucr. Johnson testified, wni at .tilic Whl'jo House, ami by P,3s,amis-tspriTid n, bountiful ftp,st mvi thonot of .tli Frank Morrlw.n, by Seller," as 11 "Brafttir' one Gcnoral IUtolicock. The (vjtoris ul IN WHISKY VOTE ARE WARMING UP hur was spon In drtlnir JUjirjloo i tlio never .tjifjoa and nlwtu'a urpjr An Am rican Fwlprotlun of ltilur, sijil mltted a monstor position, Bjynod by bii'.tjil ilvjtn, bikwl juutton, rol Hijck. ti.lay "Jw.t. Iio Jifws nyUvml word t'' it about 20,000 pos,tmastcrs, FiskOns that en iutA other Rood Ahlnug fcoo nutnor. lnereeiol donation (f u (rajili,r t'lUoiv- KTiiiituut(l n ' Uie nrospery. they be the cuissifiqd sarvice. ous ( mnyon not loi'it of wl.K'Ji w.w etl Warm Fight Being Waged In After ilacod in f..r discussing fje mai5tc,r brlf;y Col. James A. Fisher SaysStreiiu- - a kyi; of fresh glider furinUhcU by Mr. C. II. Moilijrr, anotihcr witness, lnt int3,lit 'ojrroburated the lestiimony e' wltili the dalegatlon, Prqsidcinjt fTaUt I A. I H.iir.1. Montgomery County On of c:4rm. Tlnvitliy F. IIctO.io-- , previous .witnesses os o BqllClnIla ous Campaign Will be the executive oommacitoe to Mr. At 1M o'clock wo wore taaUqd to or, nf tlio Intfmatlonal piroi'r!iol Hittohcock for further consideraiyon of assertion cnidiUni; ito Bcpkuor x Local Option. and nftor liturlns lio mnoras of Waged. of .S'jai'.oiiiiry Tinmen Iras liiin niii the matter. Ijater the cqmjmj:ttQ0 called he varjous commttens, the (itt?;rinoon Umni to kill itosontl'i if "uho Ha.nir' inatol tor Omri'HH n tlio Sittfcntli did not, and Itoajnjilvi-lVon the Postmaat'er aencrai to Uiqcuja icannqqtiloT was iKivt in a stsnorul discusjan of , Now York l'Jiiti'it liy u'io J'r.rijrivo Sopt. 2t The floca! the subject with him. with .women and etrl I Sqliopps, Uie Mt. Starliny,. K-.reports I of conraittces pind atnor I I imrjy. 21 . ICv. wUjkjs said, datailed Jvjs mo,v.emants opitlon eitjlon lln .tills comity has In a few days Mr. HltOhcock iwlJd Rub OarVile Promraif ana i... alyw- - '.t'io klllJnb', and .on r- nujgfli .to wax wuxm and t'' interost is mit ito President Toft 1 fonman to " .. ....... . I'm ii ,.- - . ,ms'tmr lin.vittiainlnii.tnl (mailman, nnu. .. canirsusn oamnvtMa- A" . I nirif incneoslng. ,Tho voto Js for the, entlro ,,..,. 4,.c Wourned .... markod: , me tliat tlw patjon fie enamfl ,ui, Cli.T-o.. .. A. Summer a mtiVin atorratvn-r- . . - .. "By I glvook lianjcbj w,it,h pneof county and will t be vken on Monday and the President Is expected td a'lt oi CTio nrrv."ivjj rfkny tn in Djoftmbiir ' i Mr. Monvllon expn.. for Owtm. ScipjtiQntber 30. T(he drys began the beat detectives Iium,s lias .gat, r f),r ,); their cam promptly, and favorabjy pn t''0 er. ' J,, own lsuwre ,uid tho HVtisf.oa , 1 and jlien cams down here and palsn in the city tonight with nairrlng "t baf I Ul0 ,, Jaan.,m a day BOt nlicJicd by nn Arkansas poij(Cqma.n.' adrossos and win .hold meatimss In the on,tlre country (here .were "U IJ reret1 p, Jieftrd of by .1'rOKnvol.vw, ti'i" mnilivitlon nlgjlvt lln wxntous sections. .Tlipy claini liere nevt wvk fourth-ctas- a posmaistWs pit aha em! was itha,t more tpewplo iwere e.prcfd . until nn n for Coimras otjicr oflc3 OLATON. sure victory. ..... . ...... ... ... ,,.-- ., Mr. FluhfP ftatoa a gtraiuaus Cam- ... of tlio jast fiscal .year. Bjf Bxiicutjivo ' Snp,t. 2S Mr. n. JJ. Paj-towho be triced to r.,,,uuy was iher The aalOon and business mqn opposing order dsued tin July, 1308, ' I jP,rosAdertt lewaK(Hl l(y l!w wlw from Crofton, Ky., several dnyp .as t'13 the movement ano making a qulat RoosovQltt .placed the (Sounth-cjifl- s l.V tho IPHIUP.- ijue?t, of his mother, Mrs. Jano paiMon. fight, .'and bejlqve Uiey have In ewor ! rocinotof Mo county. of al the Now Eng)and Stait'.a mrenngs, jou mak- Georgia D. .Dowejl awiicd Sun-ua- y a ahance to IwiUi, although they are M.o Miss :.. rotretn.tul in nhe nue (.(owe of ' uu ,lelJ1n rlp- and of Nqw York, Naw Jqtjsey, jPi(n(yl-vanl- a, Inu iaad mtako and aro not uvdiiff l01" ,f,ll , nlaht from Clifton Mi;'(s, Ky., to making tnar Plans ijo appeal jhe result . ....kUv.....o ... .,.uutIMau. nlti i"- - mi !tO limir liriHIium iflm- - n A- -. Ohjlo, Indiana, to t'lo Qlrvicjiesi for joint Th 'Inforjnatlon Wlil-J- i cwit "". visit her ls,ter, Mrs. Wes'.ey J). Juk,e. ofitheelefltion jf 4lioy are deifeated. Tha Wllspoinsln in the qiivil .MioHgiana , pm4 nnd'.fchi rttscusons, ncrvjice, . , ., , , not onl-is tPtl Mrs. Frances I Ellen AlVn and claim that the call for tho elacflton Is Of .13,631. Those atlil iwjt,oiU(t fie Jlandall Allen, of Roaina, veTe U1a,l and,Uiat .'itfio Higher oourts will nmnbor 360,033. a truos,tis of Mrs. Allen's Put f,.r Congress tnd the StjUo itor, filn. Jtle' so dooide. .. Amniur the litvil atviLktn for tiO While the details of t)he prnpo(i'n a ql4' of nu-- who are tn T,he claim of dHagaJUy is b,asd on tfho have not ,bean . i "?!,. Vina Hall Wednesday and TltiUrodajv ,ickot aW! j.. . a,,e(,bll0.. mfcv ,,,,. .... ..w,, J, worked put, lt isjexipefltisa mcqtlnjgs iwiid IVII Es,t4H MoxJey, clerk in lihe MoxlJy faqt .Umt County Judge iUoCormlck alojiio uni who iuh of tlvj whi urc pontnion .,5., nn, jql,n G ,HHlr,f ywt tnay J.J1 iioy ,liMn, is rjle wlh that tha converting injto .tha store Jiere visaed bis totlier, C. S. lowed 'the petitions to be amendod and no,; ,bo ,.ntroi:l by h'lo Hwbpos. Mrn.mU. Tlio IVogruwuvcs ar .flat service of tliis great m,hcr of offoia.,.sr of ONK PRB3i3NT. I MoniKy, Forilsvuie, IR. jr. D. No. 2, enough names TOna i eory rmon to liqpV)0-c- r tlioir ohances Jn NdnVlia.s Cmmty, addled aftw the withdraw wiU be acoomp"i4ied by bhe destynaploit I Saturday and Sunday. Vjd Mr. .1 "T;it V10 Con. nm, olaim lluit PrOcnt ntofit wdjl run Slorrlnon, als .to mako (the petitions oampiy with Miss Lyda Young Victim of offihe ipostmas,trs of groups of S(tates Dunk Hall, of Hantford, is ill at iile the taw, wliich aays .tliat 2J per gris to .be oleod jJUh nr wi'.l 11J t.tipJ he.ro. cent suocoaailvely. , Thphoid. homo of Jils isiundniother Mns. MalMjia of tine rotors of each . mora iy,uly r?j.mvtoitutlvo tlvan fuiy that precinct must b3 Jt win require on immense a,mount I Hs liSVl.i Young foil oaletp at the Hall. jtonora-Ho- n ,t Jeait, for n qhtalned to the patltlons before (tho ejijo of johor on itho part has srrpdcd NO CREEK of (ho PUA1 gcrt'ot homo of'.Mrs. Jane Payton, at OViton Rno. BlrcJi Shields, of Rookport, fill- tlon or more. Tilw jwlnTitJms lire lli.it .Siipt. should bo called, the petitions to Commission, particularly, as. waH' at KiItov. EU Wns,Jey an,d timlly Jvy., tuwut :00.o clock on flhe ovonlne ed ibis rctJuTuT t a,t 'e Uoov,er th.iity days from itime of lll!"ff. on tlio pant of yhe the number of UeppiwiMftJvfft ,wli ar wJH riurji lonv t'Us .wek fnom JJb-- i. I f i'fjday 'u.. Hosotfioo Diia' Diajpitltit cliunJi 3nitundaSfiJid SuivVy.. Septuvnber 39th. aBlor 11 frorcdy .to " lio cvulm' of Jmbor w'A bi When jhe Withdrawals were mide, I wlie.ro they Jiaw baan vlMMiiir 3 weeks' HTncas of Tyj,lKid. pi n Voun AVllbent K. IIaII wios in lurirtfy liUTuc.l by rj'io tail o'.ilon. I the required number of voters had not liio9 Conference. They Iwvo iia.do,miiny Bath t'10 Prasldcnt ind .Pasimawtjr I Thursday on business. wtis II yura anfl .inanWis iojd. 'i'hj Miiio itort of 1'eaveiilns prtticoss fr.ttfvuls ilutrn boon aeourod, and J.uUre MoCorntick the .rcLSf vi:i.r ntiiil 'JulvO Gansral Hitchcock ha,vra raconvnqndtt Rov. Marjori Farnh gav a beautiful .Mr. Jolui F. Alien Itifi oJd Jils beaut la Btf.Wi on in W10 Halation 'of in'tmibera nllowTQi tlio patulous to be amended by ' ,a wnjooiuo reyirn fin jfctio oommunlty as ta!k n,t lio 1'a.yton liqmo ajtter to Qon,gress that .0,11 pois;ntUi(tera b on njaw nairtAs addad. The wlitrti ful ronliknco tind gcnenil Hto.ro withdrawals aw converted Into tine iclassjCiicd Isopvlica; land i!wjH as ivia'-o-r lot WiMy CUiapi. the rcniiilns were oiiivpa , Motley m Mi v rsrs.n Church Htreot Mr. C. S. of allowed by jaw, but no tow WIIICHI IUU 14IIU1UIUI..IIOII . t'llllS ill ..i. ihasbn tliat, ao far as posslblo, tfuo itntlro ps. burial sromvls ,wihuro liitermervt ooeurr l R. F. JJ. No. 2. 1'ar.l'Vlllo.' Oousi-lcr- jsiid down rera ruling, lwj amendmcn(t of feUraton iluiolquaiitcrg i Mint folio .,- -. sorwielot ithe TOatnl serllco be pomiovjl 3:a) o.0j)K,k y twcn.1B Qf yI0 atlon not known. iM,r. MoNley uro unit, niprnvjrK ylie nhor-acttho ,,patHtVns, and Jud,go iMaCorniick from oo'iltlcal influcniee. I su, ...... v.,.- - cjiarso of tlw store , tlujr iioiirliiutinji unyp tlio !niit .week. of decided tho question, .thus osfialjishing Mr. IMmcr J.lndlcy As .to tlio first 'sqcKund, and (!ii.nl W be.--. -- Uk of' nwl,;jlK Msj,fitcr Deo May i abhj t of o,ut0( out a urecodtJit. Beena,l!' ii'io Himo ojd ... -.- .., .,,.,. ola-sa...a, qf posjimostcns, laal.sl0iion by th' (tuv, SAm of P(ln Kn0l) rwnaln t uuJiln after Jils recent i'tlnti. im'jIIipj-ii- i "linrul'Plckcd" hort tho Tlw "wct" clijm I1I3 laclton 'was w. Ji. Qiftrw ! 1mi fewWiw Iuml, ,cr awilSt) Qoasross woul I bo requlrod to placo , Sir. and Mrs. John F. Alen iwieru UHiiaVy lut UP to do tjlxdr Iftlnt;. Illegal, and for f(hat rqason.are nt IJiEi; NuCnwk liho a'.wl wce.k, l'rof. guaits 'Of Veloy iD. Duko nin,d family not making tho figiht fclipt fjiey wou'd tlwm .under olvll erv,voo reiuVitjons; but T.I10 IDtmiocu.,', w.lit. oro itnliy; to 11. shown ,hvi.w ikxm aisen,t on the ITqsldcnt npw lW HUihorjty, unProminent OhioCountv Man Dead in U10 country near HriqdVii,nd Sunday qthorwlso. SliouVl t,ho make !n jvjay ito tho libor v,oto nr niattftr ba fcaken der uertain defined Ul 1'of I Mr. I.MoXS a. .1..1 ,.f 1,- afternoon. ( ,no,mcwluijt mojnJnntln o through .tjlio courts ami tha drys win, ibiltir pnslaiws-tar- s and effii'lonfy, ipj Millies Bosslo Smiitlt and .Girntt J2a elections will bo called In dUDls, Win. (jIlJUl ifollO of the fourth cluas under ipiynto'-tlo- u lyn li,ix wotxj quests of f I'londs ait lur-rq;- o!iQs,tor and liOxJugton as qon vims iw whrow as ,thoy Honry and f.vmlly SuivUiy. itlie civil service orulos. . iiam.'cr. Ferry Saturday and Sunilaj-a.ttiuilitid to a koI nruiy pf thu U.nno am Jiossibly bo held. On (t(ha.,flnai &f'l W'6 iwnek tend miw Rwiudna woro itakcu to Risjus Mrs. Arthur U. Mitchell beon 111 rawJU of tha Jcctjon hero rasts tlw .cratJc nonvlnecH w.li,Uli wu'il jiulj if'in"i wltiUJinr jiamnitp ntar llmnton. MoivViy fur burial and funeral erv.lcs sovurul days at her lwniie on Winir Surprise Supper atTrisler. :tho wrvMiir wtiy afjr titiu elrptlon. quonlon as to wjietlur pjl Oentni ' Jlr. Kuireno He.nnat' t Wa,turday far were oatvlucUxl I at tint Place im 2 As fur as 1'res.iddnt Tfift " m;wliOai'' Kantueky will bo dry iby Mls Victoria Moxjey was given 1 I fall. Illinois. o'clock itUajt afternoon .by Kldor W. 11. surprlso pound supper ait ''er huma no,rf i conciriiwl At la 4iot ovswlrnwintf ti'10 ifrq'li AVoiM lias .r,aacavtly .bon Ohio County Man Bankrupt. t,ho UUrinyn.n Oliuwh Witolit. paistar.-oLives Queerly Tangled. sltiuuycfl a k!inllle ito ray tlvit It Mrs. Trislar, Ky., Saturday nlijlxt Sontaui-bVas!i , of cjlvjg Ity. MUlo Nelson, of I s The QwtivMiwo ,Iiuulrcr fcays; ITIio ' lias liocimio an nbsolnto iwko. SIM. In honor of her 2ts,t bjirjtKW nuluth, Minn., Sqpt. lo. of .tlio UcaMi of Juir fcL'.lier. ,Mr. LtiMs ilr. ItiJglutiu was for Staving in bis v,o'.untary potltlon In day for ,tho flnit fjjme )vars anioiiticut ropoii'js jnit out by O10 Taft jinws a,;ciit in fifteqn ji-- s atmlveraary. Many of lur friends and SoJwlorfur w.Mch qauurrqd at Ivjis Jiomo in Republican ' ," noritlcs in Ohio cquntv. bankruptcy .lliat ho Ji,aa fjlcd in tlio of- aavd lin-plnwca ilqaruing ," ", about "tlw Prei,;deni"H l ihat (t,hoy tare eri.gjd relatlvos wci jiresent and tho sup-p, Mr' 1,W"- - f'"-';Ba,fr- "o r.emde4 at Uosln for yWr3 and fice of tlio fodaral iimrt ujerk a this to two listers, is tha oxporietiico pt J, provins" ,! oxat ..,1, mttfW'l-!"- 1 was dJHsrUtfulIy enjoyed by ajl ulitO', ,Wia.t lie is n dsbt .to thq extent o Mayor, of Now York, and ,W. JS. (S,mi;,h pro?ut. Amiong thaso to u.',teji(l woro; " '" 18W " WBa a',fc,awa for 133,176, and ftliut be is unablo to UiUl-dat- o of Idoago, traveling pajusmeii. Mqvrs. Iinnlo .Vandlwr, Bilpn iKoeua Voro..ijraiKKnlPUokW. . Ills jlndobtedness, Chas. F. Fra,ya;r, Tlio man met n a qtai by uliaiwo Vaiwlivor, Oiyo ,Pi-ttVrnon ..' of Wist Hartfura and ."took, uui 17m again xor lyw-- Qfffe who JnJ,os (j'at 'li t! a ncllV.nl. laborer ongue-o- d and begun to talk 'oiior old tttnas in Sapp, Alaji Moxley, Ra' Mox;y, Davo , . feollne 4 tlwt til' uf .bo man nr ulmost wr. wiiarion .u.Uiiriur 01 uiutiuui. and was olncfced in 1SS7 and was fit iio Taylor mines in Ohio Motil- ElKliart, lnd., where Chey uyiru,tqd of-t- Wlrtt,ynshUl, Codjo Salmon, itoqkiliain atl 01 uiem, niiy) Jtoju iua,i oos unuir l to tlw aamo otf,lco 'iiu 1901. Jlo.wis ity, iprais tlw court leaving siliool. 'liat lie o adiudg-o- l the AVniuiiniruijlon ara fiuikiintr ij.rlvuw Ttmimje Johnson, J.'nuiU WhlttlnghUl, For Sale. a veteran of tho I a bankrupt. Civil War, Jwltisr Mr. Smith voiuntjjcrqd the .Intonnii. Rdkirkcr, Jr., Arulilo Buixih. bunoMs tyiituiocyoiiH to bouonvs 'eftec- qjiuJo Tlio pititl,oiior states t'a,t t'o .Bojfonto tllon that lo WW bojluiqthiid u,nd Mr. Foiflo, Robert Swjihearit, A nw upnlsjlit. Jiisli erada pano for ioine4 ,jlio Unjon Army ,in 1V1I. Tlmy foel ab tlvo ear.Jy next MiW'di. Jonnsm, ITlio dMeuaoil wan a imonbor of t!'0 Trust quntrany of Tyrone Ui,(lqld to or will exduuigo for land. Twins hi3 Mayer jald !ho wus too. It hoon oluttly;ici'vtmln Itliuit Uhey viHl o soiu Wilbur Burch, Harvo .Ulalr, an-- I Ms.HU , Clinician Churoli, Knvilng rfpently Jojn. note for 17.0, tho remainder of itlia.t.they woro to livirry itst ""i PunliaBer. Mxjoy. iMsos Maymeo Blur. KnHi from the liuhlft pervieo abpuft i'i-v- t at Sl0 ratd J Atao a ono horse Orooens' fie). iWag- - ad. Ho waa 07 years old and loaves a lls Innlqbtxliitvss is duo lianks Mnl time,' at Elkhart. ( awlhoant, uVdellne Matherwn, bcoto wife, four nons, ithnao daughters and liousqs In Altqqna, Pa. Tho ji , tor fu'e nhoap. Good o.s nw. ;' "Uts 'make a Uoublo wq'linB" In privito convciKLjioii tlV.U.!ie Anu Potty, Koavp, Rho.ii I sooros of frlw Vi anjd nojatlvog 0 inourn (i'.a'oncr dpes not 1S A. B. WKDniNO, any assets, a), Mayer. , ( IliUiMli, Ida Maj-liy,' itihat,4Ir. Taft 1 ijflomflj, Ala(t in Moxjey, Mra. Hi'Iy I thouajh fr.um Alio potltion1 j,t aims yixt hia idapanturo. Dundae, Ky. s Into j "All right" aW Sn;th. aiaj,r. voivcr on earth ian u,; any Of Common People. .throujrhout Wm lii'i-try- . There is not one iriy of 11? '" prosp.-tt0110 from tho Taft stand po,'r.t. The fltu.ijVn tin u ml'isij Is that lmrill luiMhmly, rtitylt' frvn .1 few profusions! jnitlij.in.i, In pr t n to Ko any rqvon why lw m'i;u I Pleasant and Profitable Day. it rf3iicr.il Springs, Declares "if Under Civil Service. ir jw bs o.'i-den- ,n Masi-stctlU- l o-- i i t. '. '!' , J romt;n 1- ""'W' flt or oxe-cut;,- ve ''" "al. Hir-'l-- e. , K fel-lo- e " . QVOD-l.or- J- - I irsnt this-stop- I o "t u. . rH-or- ds tht 0 vnns W te pi' rq !- --' ' nl-i'- . 1 , or lno ,a..r .IUW..I ,, t . dr ' s - . ...."... ,.""" i,i . "' " ...;. ... bo-g- M.i wf ,;u.jr a, a,t ay pt n. I ea-o- 49,-6- 72 T ,, .. - n l.h.0 1 ly:.. ... i.tfu .PVo Z poit-maato- ns wn,VV ; Eu-ffe- ne wr-Mi- ce I.ia.tro -- ''""lt. " " I i, 1 ." 1 "iii I cr ... .. 1 m itm-dldat- ll t't mMlVn.Minni'alWM.tw.. ,.4 a..-.,... V.- - ....! " 1 t ,,..,,., tio-'- Alln I s i - 1 1 0,1 "" I " Mij-s- c , a-- PJL-In.- n.1 1- llniitf-ttnnn- t ta ' vo-nue. Sj!!,!, Trpll net I or A' "... ur '. "',? ,'7 ... wi .' 'TTl'"' Je9 t er wit . 1 Swl-hea- rt, Nao 1 1 e ,ij.. . . aib. QfttiA iigAmslteTii i 0&, im .its., , Mi r " 1ltn-- 1i it ll J . Necessity For "Best" Teacher In Each School District By JOHN B. M'FERRAN, Chairman Educational Committee, Louisville Commcrcl.it Club O ELECFRICA WORLDS STICKS WHEREVER IT IS PUT Lamp Socket Is Quite Useful Where Concentrated Light on Machine Work If Desired. HOME VACUUM ICE MACHINE ? tr and German Invention of Particular Interest Because of Elimination of Dangerous Acids. Ice machine German vacuum made in sizes adapted for use In tho home. Is of Interest because It does not Involve the use of sulphuric or other dangerous acids. It may ho operated by hand or by a small electric motor, the smallest type of machine producing from 4 to G pouuds of Ice ut each operation. The apparatus consists essentially of two communicating drums attached to a common shaft, the smaller drum being provided with an outer casing having Insulating walls. Tho Ice Is formed as a circular shell between the smaller drum nnd the outer casing with which this drum Is provided. The larger drum, which la hermetically sealed, coutalus an absorbent liquid, chloride of zinc, containing a small prorortlon of water. This liquid half Alls the drum, the remaining space being a vacuum, and serves during the life of tho machine. In the operation of making tho ice. gas jets under tho large drum are lighted and the drum slowly rotated, the heat driving off a part of the water In the absorbent liquid, the water passing, In the form of vapor, Into the smaller drum, where it Is condensed by means of cold water, which Is made to flow over this drum. Whea the distillation of the liquid has proceeded stifllclently, the flame Is extinguished, the smaller drum Is then covered with Its annular casing, and water is poured In until the space between the drum and cover Is filled. A water jacket is then clamped over tho larger drum, and water Is passed through it to cool the absorbent liquid. The apparatus Is then again slowly rotated, and as tho absorbent liquid cools, It causes evaporation and absorption of the distilled wnter In the smaller drum. Thus the temperature of the smaller drum Is greatly lowered and the water between this drum and Its casing Is frozen. A .V mc d made without alec years, and m.nt f.uor.i lv -. " calm tlie.iwrvoui M;'tc in Nervous Tliericncei l,h Woman, ;., ,., a """"" ,',,., notldnl !i so hot nuns ? nccric cmi.h ' : ', . ju.--.,.,-,, p! !,,,.. rf f,:r!imPreoption spclh, lM jnltfi, . for llu J i u, onJ female disturbance ."- - rcln.uu of Doctor I'icwc. As a powerful, lavKoMli to tbe whole . milliner., ST-- A .!-!,.-- Tr. distinctly "'""J ,.... ration", nnvdown." 'E;;?w7"nn,. IrcMma:cri,cit ; ,.,e ort-- n, vrc-c; -- imports mm. f r.u . dsMKiw , 'hop-r,- cM&vh-c?- ) N& V. II '"'iienj . , I V,9 W ';,.i I ,.-- . III. of mine interested in schools happened in Boston sinco nnd in going about investigating tlio city's reaching tlio lowest and poorest part of the city, was surprised to see going up n splendid, beautiful school building to cost $.'17fi,000. No said, "Why on earth do you put such a handsome nnd costly building in this part of tlio city?'' The answer was, "We want to innko good, intelligent citizens out of theso children, and we think-- this one of the important ways of doing it." I should like to know why wo pursue the unbusinesslike, illogical nnd absolutely unfair method of offering three kinds of teachers' certificates, especially now as the counties have the right to tax themselves up to 20 cents on $100 for general school purposes. ARE WE DELIBERATELY TRYIXO TO MAKE THREE CLASSES OF CITIZENS THE INFERIOR, THE MODERATELY GOOD AND THE BEST ? In a true democracy thero is no use or room for classes. Ought not our efforts to bo addressed to the one object of making an average intelligent good citizenship ? Under present arrangements we arc compelling the poorer sections teachers whose capacity will not of our counties to employ third-clas- s suffer them to go above a wage of $30 to $40 per month, while the cities and towns nnd wealthier parts of the counties are paying $60 Portable Lamp Socket. to $75 per month. Of course this higher pay and better environment the bast teachers, those holding the first class certificates. vault frames, safes, pipes or any attract ture that Is entirely or partly Now, this is manifestly unfair and very unwise. posed HFIUEXD lighting device, by means of which the light can be directed on tho tool or the work from the top, sldo or any other point, tho change of position being Instantly accomplished, has boon developed nnd Is shown In the Illustration. This Is a portable electric lamp using the ordinary Incandescent bulb, but possessing magnetic power so that when placed on any mass of Iron or steel, smooth or rough, even or uneven, painted or unpalnted, It sticks and holds Itself In the position placed with a pull of scores of pounds. The lamp can be placed with equal facility on machlue tools, girders, bars, castings, automobile frames, engines, locomotives, rails, A .'in- - Y 1 'J''h ll" ; .2? .,! Mtr .If IW.t "In riw.isrliirir.ll" Til, IIIIl Hit liinil M'Vl'll .i ill !... lA T t! - Wtci o" l)r Tl "S",a vMr trU tol.nvoi.il ow.Tt.or I, Aft. rail. I MIM 111 rp",,,i ri r"?raU,vo ,on"L 1 I Mo. McDoNt.n. rrwrrlrllnn' r.r.,1 Pr TV laUwM U rt t nrrvmwnif 'ivrn iM '' '',;;,;,,1',, i'i.. IV ,,, l.cr rrvrr much ntl n t " i Wlh M yiur n.ll ln for fcnulo troul.l. no V fiv bcn-c- l raoi r.71 IVmm.iI ItW ladit.s n'U .iiturst Dr. Ihcnx 'j l""n"IJ..'l.lcr 1 - r SHilllllSliliMSBSlllSlllllllMI JAMES & CO., First Class -Liveryman Kentucky. Centertown, Prompt Attention and liood Service. TRANSFER MEETS A LI, TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Rkpublican and Louisville Herald.... The Republican and Courier-JournThe Rki'tumcan and St. Louis The Rki'Uhmcan and Home and Farm. al struccom- ....$1.35 1.50 THE LESS WEALTHY PORTIONS OF ARE ALREADY SUFFICIENTLY HANDICAPPED BY OUR COUNTIES WHY, THEN, UNDER HEAVEN, THEIR POVERTY AND IGNORANCE. BY CHEAP, IMCOMPETENT ARE THEY FURTHER HANDICAPPED TEACHERS? There ought to be, as soon as the proper legislation can be had, only one certificate granted to all teachers and that of tlio first class. If there arc districts unable to pay in fulj for a first class teacher let THE BOYS AND GIRLS IN the county board make up the difference out of the countv fund, for which it was intended. THESE POORER DISTRICTS PAY THE SAME RATE OF TAX. SO FAR AS THEY HAVE TAXABLES, AS DO THE WEALTHIER SECTIONS, AND THEY SHOULD HAVE A FAIR AND LIBERAL DEAL. This is not only generous and unselfish, but it is Christlikc, and it is a wise business proposition to make good and intelligent citizens out of iheso less foitimates. I think when the people consider this question deliberately they will sec the folly of present methods and demand a change and will get it. Therefore it would bo wise for tcaeiiers to prepare themselves to get first class certificates, and I think they have no timeto lose because the change when started will come quickly. The state has two normal schools an'd the university whose business it is to prepare teachers. Not 25 per cent of tlio teachers of tho state are taking advantage of these opportunities, and many of them will be left out when the change comes. I am hoping to see tho day when our teachers will be better paid, but when that day dawns it will bring with it also an undeniable demund for better prepared teachers. DUCK RIDS ROOM OF of Iron or steel. It stays wherever put, as If it were cemented to or formed a part of tho surface to which It Is held by its own adhering power. It hangs vertically from a surface above or extends sidewlso Just as rigidly as to a surface on top of which LATHER RUBBER MADE HANDY! The It may be placed. Its position can be Instantly dimmed and heat, cold, jar Obviates Necessity of Rubbing Soap ThE REPUBLICAN Into Skin With Fingers While or vibration does not affect Its grip. one is shaving. The .REPUBLICAN Direct current is necessary for the proper operation of this lamp, as it is To obviate the necessity of rubbing JThe Republican Impossible to produce tho magnetic lather Into the skin with the lingers, ' power with alternating current. when shaving, a suiall attachment for TlIE REPUBLICAN Rki-imu.kan Globf-Democr- and Twice-a-Wee- k .... 1.75 .... l.f Owcnsboro Inquirer 1.7f at ... 3.f0 and LoillSVllle Daily Herald ... 3.F0 ami JJauy uwensooro inquirer. O'boro Messenger 1.75 and Tvice-a-Veel- c ELECTRICITY IS GREAT AID Makes Country Home More Comfortable Than Those of City Fur- nishes Light and Power. But for the magic influence of electricity the back country districts .vould be well nigh uninhabitable. There would bo no communication, no connection with the outside world, except a desultory mall tervige. The people would be isolated, lonely,, without entertainment or tho comforts of life. 1.75 . and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1 W The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly lifter Ocean and Farmer $1.C0 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. FLIES It has In Management of Chicago Hotel Will the Future Pin Its Faith to Domestic Bird. account. A time ago he Invited an old friend to dine with him. Accepting the Invitation, the friend was piloted to one of the cheapest "hotels" A bowl shape In The In tho place nnd two dinners were orcombination dered at 25 cents each. A second cup the combination electric lamp of coffee was ordered by tho guest and type of fixture. when ho finished it tho pair, after the bill of 55 cents was .paid, meandered shade-holde- r, Insuout on the streot. Noticing his host's hlnation socket, reflector, and,' being ho lating Joint and downcust expression and silence, all In one unit, eliminates the sevasked what had come over hlra. eral separate parts required In buildNothing." said tho host. ing up a successful lighting unit. "Hut something must bo wrong," said his friend. Motor Raises Weights. "Well," said Croesus, "I can't underGERMANY LAST OF EMPIRES? Automatically pulling up tho weights stand how my bill was 53 cents." by TT"n "0h" Bal(1 ,l, fiUP3t' "' Ila(I a B0C" operating a clockof a an electric motor patent issued to la tho substanco Prophetic Eye, ond Kaiser Wllhelm, of cofr00blU ni pay for u Foresee, tho Inevitable Coming of j,Q ftt onco look a nicke, out of hla George II. Ilupley. When the weights have reached a Triumphant Republics. pocket and Croesus accepted it. Iu- predetei mined position, nn electric 'dlanapolls News. circuit Is formed, starting a small mo"My eon will bo tho last of tho cm-- , tor. This motor Is geared to tho perors," Kaiser Wllhelm Is said to liavo told- - tho historian, Karl von j Kuunlnff up una iluwn .lrral nifv,.. weights and raises them, tho current again shutting off when they havo Kroon, recently. "All tho world will Ins iui'1 liiirUntf be-will reached their top position. ovr Gerlio republican within CO years. many will bo tlio last of tho empires. not niaku a wom.ui huilU.y or New Electric Fan. It is Inevitable." fill. SV niUHt ot out uC doora, Wll A now electric fan seems to com- The kaiser Is credited with being a iiiIUj r two ovry duy uwl tnU Char bine all the well known types by politician us well ns an 'a hav upholder of his prerogative as a l.yriUn'a T,.btiJ jo ltnjirvu bur ilJs. lag two sets ot blades which rotate uhlo the standard and tilt up and Ho sees the drift of the tl(m Jtv ".uUto Ujt (iweK I"or boio sovereign dowa as they revolve. times as other crowned heads see It. by ail amors. dome-shaped ! I The ordinary hotel perhaps has no particular accommodations for live ducks; but in this there is a fountain In the center of (he approaches to the various dining rooms. The fountain has a large basin, and just by way of novelty the manager several months ago placed a few ducks in the water. They paddled around and enjoyed it, nnd the guests enjoyed seeing them. Hut, better still, the ducks also enjoyed the flies that attempted to enter tho dining rooms and feast upon the good things therein. Tho flies In Chicago, at least fly low; and ducks, ns any ono who has ever Been them knows, nro especially quick In catching Infects. Tho consequence Is, this particular hotel, onco troubled with flies, now has practically none. And tho ducks, onco lean to vergo of scrawniness, nro fat and sleek. The duel; method of disposing of tho fly nuisance cannot, of course, obtain in private households to any degree: but in this particular hostelry the duck3 have caused tho wire fly swatter and traps to be thrown Into tho ash heap. Perhaps next year tho enterprising manager will attach some sort of a meter to every duck, so that at the end of tho season ho can tell how many flies eacli busy fowl has disposed of with neatness and despatch. The manager of a big Chicago hotel has found a very simple solution of the fly problem. It Is a flock of ducks. passr-- J in France and Portugal; it has become merely nominal in other European tountries. Even China has become a republic. Germany Is conservative on the subject, no doubt because It has had excellent rulers From an American point of view It seems likely that the last nation to change, as the kaiser prophesies to be even later thSn Russia. Monorchism, like feudalism, has had a proper place in tho evolution of civilization, but, like feudalism. It must go. There have been a few real kings and queen3 whose work for the world has been great, and the Ideal of kingship, as Carlylo paints it. inspires high sentiments and noble deeds. Ilut this is an age in which kings and queens liavo little to do and in which education Is so widely diffused as to make tho real leaders recognizable as the need of them arises. The world progresses politically ad it progresses materially, intellectually nnd morally. .anarchy Is passing, even in England Electricity has changed all this within the last few years. The electric roads are running up and down the distant valleys where the railroads could not hope to build, affording an easy and comfortable means of visiting the town or villages, the lelghbors or relatives. The telephone Unes extend from house to house, from town to town, from city to city, and at a very small cost one can visit with fi lends or transact business miles and miles away. Electricity in the shape of light and power, makes the country home even more comfortable than those of the city. It furnishes the water supply. It does the hard work about the bouse and the premises and a nundred otner things undreamed of a few years ago. NEW ELECTRIC-LAM- P YOUR Lather Rubber. the shaving brush has been provided. It consists of a rubber cap which la fitted over the handle of the brush. The end face of the cap Is formed with a series of concentric annular flanges which catch the lather and assist in rubbing It Into the skin. Letter Heads Bill Heads ' INoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards FIXTURE INDUSTRIAL OtANlCAL NOTES Glyccrla Is a of the soap I factory. It takes 7,000 tons of coal to bring one of the modern liners across the ' j Atlantic. Two districts In the Philippines aro yielding gold profitably and prospect-- 1 ing Is In progress in several other localltles. A calcimine brush Invented by an Ohio niau ronslsts of a number of thin brushes fastened sldo by sldo to a sinj gle handle. An Alabama man has Invented apparatus to bo fastened to tho back of a horse to hold its hoofs In position for shoeing. A locomotive that originally was , built In 1S47 has been reconstructed and given light work to do by an Eng, lish railroad. Wltli a production of moro than flvo and a half billion pounds the Chilean nitrate fields established a now record last year. Tho value of canned pineapples shipped from Hawaii during the fiscal year of 1911 amounted to two million dollars. The success of the stepless car on tho street railways of Now York has led to tho placing of an order for 150 cars of this typo. Tho back Support of a stepladder natented by a Texas man can bo turn. cd up to form an extension ladder of j the ordinary type. A heating plate of the usual type, a , I Inml kv .... ww HHV n ..wv... U A.. BI.II1 tt "Imlrl fnnri nnil m hnnrl in but' er them form a new oven for use over a slnglo gas fatovo burner. To an actress Is attributed the recent Invention of a capacious trunk which ran be converted into a com plete bureau and dressing table. which A machine thoroughly cleanses 200 barrels an hour by Ing them Inside and out and rinsing them several times has been Invented. ' -' ( , . I wash-around And Special Attenton In The Republican other printed forms are given J Two Shapes of Ingenious Combination Shown in Illustration Several Parts Eliminated. Two shapes of an Ingenious combination electric lamp fixture, designed for offices and factories, are shown in the accompany Illustration, says the Popular Mechanics. Each is a com- - Job Department. How to G;t Rich. One of tho richest men of a certain Indiana county i3 known a3 well by his penurious habits as by his bank Stubborn Case 7? 7al,l',,!dC5 tI!cTtre.a,,ct of two doctors , writes . , . 1Iluiail valc v and nounccd n.y case a very stubborn one, of womanly iJafe. "P' W"en l coni,cn"d to lake CarduL3 Mr, ...... ....,,, I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pan,, that Had been in my side for years ?"d ' d,n,t SUffcr at a,L l a' feeling better than in a cannot speak too highly 0 Cardui." S Cardui VZ ?rC Lardui is a Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts i on he . WOman V SVS em. hnll,lln .. the womanly Cardui has been in successful use for more Thousands of ladies have wrirten to t II oUl, benffitT; . .. received frnm U TV., n r ,u' uur troubles. Begin today. " MnC CS SO . f Cnmmnn tr. ,., " " ""WWII. builder of womanly strength. hSe ai,lng women W,V suffer from any ZS . H"iy "" ' 5 -- L . LOVE'S FURLOUGH PROVES A WINNER Proof TKat Dreams Sometimes Reach to the Reality. ' By IZOLA FORRESTER. "it'B only to be nbMihitely mire." Suzanne did not look nt him ns she spoke. It wns far too hnznrdoiis. Hut Don wns tnklnR It cry cnlmly. He :rcgnrdetl her with unblinking eyes from his porch on the veranda rail. I "Hut we Btny engaged?" "Oh, yes," Suzanne indented, cheerfully. "1 don't mind, do you? It's only to to test our fcellngx, Don. Don't you understand? I'm going with the Jnnewnys for a week, and you tnny Etay here and fish or sail; do Just whnt you like." "So generous of you," murmured Don. "Why not? I wnnt you to bo happy." "Yes, you do? You know 1 can't be happy without you." "We don't know for sure, yet." was very firm, but gentle. Sho felt rorry for Don, but when It came to n perlous question like this, she felt It far better to put it to the test. "It Isn't ns If wo were breaking the engagement, Don, dear. It's Just n sort of furlough, don't ou see? We'll keep it a secret and both be free to do ns we please. "Which means you'll trot nil over Tressac Island with Carl Janeway." "You nrc nt perfect liberty to do the name with any girl here." "Hut that's the run. Sue. You know I don't give a rap ubout any other Klrl here, and you wnnt a chance to try out Jflneway." Suzanne pursed her pretty lips reprovingly. ' ' "Sometimes you seem like a big, overgrown cub, Don; you do, rrnlly. Mr. Janeway la a perfect stranger to "Blanche has been writing to you 'for a month to come and meet her brother. Don't I know,?" "Well I'm going," smiled Suzanne. "And you may do just what you please about it." "May I?" Don asked grimly, with a swift safe glance at her." I'll re- - me" red under the sunset splendor, listening. to his tales of n world-widquest. Thnt wns whnt he railed It, a quest after fortune. Hlanclic lind taken pains to tell her he hnd found It. "When arc you leaving Tressac, Gray I'yes," he nsked suddenly. "Snturdny." She wnlted while he hid the ennoe under the trees. It was twilight now. A fnlnt breeze stole over the lnke, perfume laden. Up nt the lodge they were lighting the long Chinese lanterns around the porch. And suddenly, without warning, Janeway's nnns closed nbout her. "But you will not go not now. You know the same ns I do that this Is the end of the quest," Swiftly, recklessly, Suzanne's pnlm struck out nnd cuffed the fnmous explorer's nearest ear even while she evaded his lips. And then, picking up her skirt, she rnn straight for the shelter of the lantern's glow. "I'm going tomorrow, Hlanche," she exclaimed, finding her hostess alone there. "Ob, eo soon, dear; why? Here's a letter for you, anyway. Prom the shore, tool" Suzanne read It through once, twice. Every word sank deep Into her conscience. It was from Don. "I think you had better stay longer. I nm going up to Canada with the Wheatons in their car. The day you left I took a wrong header In diving Lucky It and struck my shoulder. wasn't the neck, eh? Have been laid up ever since. Head grazed a rock, too." "nianche, I nm going now, tonight. Don's badly hurt. I'm sorry, but I must go." "Don?" Then Suznnne raised her head and for the first time publicly announced her engagement. Hack there under the pines, when another man's arms had closed about 'her, she had found out what Don Hamilton's love meant to her. "So you eee I must go," she added, hurriedly. "Aunt Isnhcl Is there nt the hotel, but he will want me. And nnd I don't want hlra to try to go on this motor trip." "Rut I thought you liked Carl, denr?" "Did you?" Suzanne laid her nrms around tbe other girl's shoulders. "Blanche, you know what funny people we women are, don't you? I didn't know until tonight which one I cared for, but now I do, and I want to get back to Don just as soon as the boat will take me." "There's a train at 8:18 and you can catch the ferry over In ,15 minutes. Don't talk, Sue, Just rush. I know how you feel." Don Hamilton opened his eyes widely at the vision that stood by his hammock beside Aunt Isabel's portly one. It was Suzanne, a long motoring cloak thrown back, showing her still In her brown khaki suit. "Don't hug him too hard, child.. He's all bandaged " protested Aunt Isabel. but Don did not mind the pain. He only heard her voice in his ear. (Copyright, 1912, by Associated Literary e FATHER'S SCALES AN AID TOJJTTLE CUPID How the Housekeeper Successfully Engineered Love Affair. By J. T. GREENLEAF. "Did you get any satisfaction about our marriage out of father this morning, Paul?" Brownie Weston nsked "Will I'm Going." mind you of that when you come hack." "Don't be too rash, or maybe I won't come back." "Ah, Sue, don't say that?" nut Suzanne merely laughed, and rose from the deep arm chair. She knew perfectly well how charming she was, and bow she held Don Hamilton's heart on her own pink palm. And the very surety had begun to bore her. It had been unfortunate, their falling In love so soon, at the beginning of the I summer season, and now at early fall, it seemed an old story. . Hlanche had succeeded In arousing I her curiosity over her wonderful brother. Don bad never ex plored any unknown territory except her own heart. She would go down to Tressac Island and see this celcb- trity, and without Don. And she went The whole island was owned by the Janeways. It lay like a beautiful green emerald far out In the lake. After the excitement and restless life at the seashore resort Suzanne found it folding a spell of enchantment about her, the peace and dreamy Ian go r that bung over the entire place. It was the fifth day. She had writ- Iten one letter to Don one only. Was aot lore on a furlough? And not a word bad the heard In reply. It was queer of Don to act that way. He had no perspective on life, she told her ,aelf. Carl Janeway was keen on perspectives. "We can never bold the reality In our grasp, try aa we will," he told :her. "Do we not ever reach for the dream?" "I suppose we do," Suzanne assent-ed-, faintly, but she remembered how tangible had been the realisation of Don's dream. She did not They were meet Janeway's glance. 'just landing after the dally sunset She watched him now, .canoe trip. las he lifted the canoe as easily as an Indian guide. He was like an Indian, too, in his tall, lithe build, black balr, - 'and odd, dark eyes that never seemed to close. Blanche had said he was Interesting. Suzanne found him more than that. Vaguely, be fascinated her. She. loved to sit in the canoe, gathering water lilies on a lake that bad turned to gold and amethyst and ruby J ly "I I thought you ought to know it, sir," Paul babbled. Then he told his story." "But I'm sure you didn't know it," ' ho added. "And you and Brownie aren't inold " tending to use it in response to my "Sh sh " the girl ordered, lay-n- g proposition of yesterday?" a slim, brown hand over the "Oh, no, sir. That wouldn't be fair farmer's mouth, "you mustn't speak unless you knew it. You're honest, n that derogatory way of your future sir." " "Well, sir, I did' know it," said "A a mighty long way In the fu- Weston, handing Brownie tbe round, obture," sputtered Paul, getting the Iron disk that represents 300 pounds struction to free sueech in his hand as a weight. "Turn It over, Kitten. as he went on; "but even then he's See that little wad of lead. That honest and square." made the overweight that Paul "I'm glad you think so, but I know found. I used it on his own outfit him better than you do, and there's and the widow's, to see how far he more in it than shows," she pursued. was watching his own interest" "Tomorrow, every load you bring "Then may I have Brownlef to blm, you weigh at home and then gasped Paul.' "Not much," cried Weston, "I'm in no danger of going to jail for sharp practices, am I?" "May I say a word or two?" demurely asked Hannah. "Sure," assented Weston, "I'm In the hands of the Philistines, but I'm too much for the whole of you." "Please read that," said Hannah passing an old letter to Brownie. After a minute of scanning the. missive the girl said: "This Is a proposal of marriage from Hiram Weston to Hannah Arbuthnot, dated, six years ago. Its concluding sentence provides that tbe offer holds good for ten years, as an evidence of Press.) good faith." Looking Weston squarely in bis SOURCE OF HIS INSPIRATION eyes, Hannah declared: "And now I accept!" Gathering the regal figure In bis Not From Great Singer In Naples, but From Phonograph Came the Faarms and looking at Paul and,' mous Tune. Brownie over the shapely shoulder, Weston cried: Once there was to be a Salamls that "RopedJj By thunder!" should make It doubtful, when the Literary (Copyright, 1912, by Press.) name was heard, whether It was the mother city that was meant or Its daughter in another land. So today NOT HIS TIME FOR REVENGE when an Italian boy or girl appears In "Your Your Scales, Mr. Weston." Dpstoa schools. It Is uncertain whethSeemed Favorable for er the child halls from the Italy of weigh back the crates on your owi Circumstances the Moment, but tho Luck scales and tell me about It when you the Caesars or from "Little Italy" i Would Not Hold.. down round North Square. The au- come over in the evening." thor of "Panama," a recent book re- i "That's silly, darling," Paul deAboard the great ship the silence of lating to the isthmus, found the same clared. "If there's an Inaccuracy he doesn't know It, and If it should turn despair reigned. She had struck on question arising In the Canal Zone. While we were stuck on a mud out that he does, you and I couldn't an uncharted reef, and, owing to the bank, fighting mosquitoes, an incident catch him. I know there isn't. He's heavy sea, the boats had either been stove in against the ship's side or occurred that ilustrates bow pervers- honest." "You mind me, Paulsle," the daugh- swamped In tbe attempt to lower. A One of the deckive is progress. hands who looked like an Italian was ter' of Hiram Weston ordered, "for stalwart passenger stole up to the enlivening his job by stitching a patch there's r.imethlng doing, I know." captain's side. "Do you think, sir," ho asked, "that on a pair of overalls by singing the This reminder of Weston's own spirit that there is the slightest chance of our duko's song from "Rigoletto." .'And was enforced by something topped the young man's mouth. being saved?" he sang It well. He had a rich baryThe following morulng a solid bit tone. His voice evidently had not "Look here," said the skipper, In humanity, Hannah Arbuthnot, tones of disgust, "that's tbe sixth time been trained, but he sang true. Sit- of queenly, even in her dark blue calico you've asked me that question. Why, s ting there on a case, beating time against it with his bare heels, dress said to BrownU: you great lubberly brute, I believe "What's, the matter with my you're the biggest coward aboard!" he threw into his singing a large measure of the airy nonchalance, the baby?" "S sh! No, I'm not," protested the "Nothing new, dearie," replied the burly one. "But, look here. You see very spirit of tbe song, that is so girl. "Just the old story father won't often lacking in the performance of that old duffer 'standing by the rail?, let me marry Paul. He keps jolly-lu- g Well, he's my rich uncle, and all my professionals. us along. You know what a dear, life I've bad to put up with bis cussed, "Now listen to that." the captain said. "That's tbe real Latin for you. trying mischievous old angol he is!" cantankerousness. But If the ship's "What's he done now?" asked the going down, and there's no hope, I'd Music born In htm. I don't suppose read or write. But once, when housekeper, hitching her portly self like time to give him one good, sound be was a little shaver, back In Italy, up on (be broad kitchen table and kick to square tbe little account T, his father took hlra to the opera In gathering Brownie in ber strong owe him!" . Naples, and be beard some great art arms. Just then a rescue ship appeared oS develA few words told tbe latest 1st sing that. And he remembers it the scene and above tbe Joyful shout still; sings It down here In the Jun- opments and then Hannah solilo- tbe raucous voice of the old man by gle, without any accompaniment but quized: was beard, commanding hi "He said that, did be? You leave the railnephew to fetch bis hot water his beels, a lot better than an Engdutiful blm to me. We'll see what your lish or an American university man water-loggestate foster-mothe- r can do for her bottle from bis could sing it with an orchestra." room. N "Let's get blm to tell us about it," baby. He wanted to marry me once, you know." I suggested. i Carnegie Institute. "When Weston drove in, tired, wet The captain called him up, and ask and muddy, that evening, Hannah Tbe Carnegie institute. Washington! ed blm where he was born. causht a lantern and allnned out to was founded by Mr. Andrew Carnegie; "New York," be said. tbe barn, saying as she closed tho January 28, 1902, when be gave tbe "Mulberry street?" I asked. door: board of trustees tbe sum of 10,000, "Sure." "You give blm bis supper, little1 000 la registered bonds, yielding 5 per "Where did you learn that song?" cent, annual Interest. He stated, in "Ob, that? That's a Caruso song. I girl." Toward tbe end of tbe satisfying' general terms, that bis purpose was learned it out of a phonograph." meal, Weston remarked with his eyes to "found In tbe city of Washington1 Youth's Companion. taking In the beauty of the girl: an Institution which, with the co"You remind me so much of your operation of institutions now or here One of Nature's Freaks. after established, there or elsewhere, The village of Vlllarirubcud. Swit- mother, Brownie!" "That's a great compliment, father, shall in the broadest and most liberal zerland, wero awakened durlni; a thunderstorm ono nlfht recently by for they say she was a handsome manner encourage Investigation, re search and discovery, show tbe appll tbe violent pcallm of Ihc church bell. women." "She certainly was," he agreed; catloa of knowledge to tbe ImproveQolng out, they found part of the church had been wrecked by lit; in- "but what's Hannah up to, taking ment of mankind, and provide such ning. Tho bells, however, were t.ll care of old Kitty for me and all? She buildings, laboratories, books and aphasn't heard of my proposition to paratus as may be needed." Mr. Carin position and, wcUkt owing to electrio current or fitful wind, '.&.; that plow, good boy lover of yours, negie added 12,000,000 to bis gift la 1907. has she?" continued to ring till daybreak. I father-in-law!dry-goodhe-ca- n old-ma- id d I :i her lover ns they were pacing tho broad plazzn of tbe Weston home In the April dusk. "Yes nnd no," answered the young man. "He said: 'When I'm In danger of going to jail on account of my sharp practices or some woman ropes me Into marrying her, you may have Brownie.' " "That's father all over," she laughed. "How he does enjoy a war of wits, especially with you! Let's think about It, for I don't believe it's a wholly Idle speech. Tell me something else that has happened today with you." "Absolutely a gray blank In every cspect. We've been hauling potatoes to the car for him to ship but yes, there was one little thing that was interesting. Widow Alklns brought two bushels of tbe tubers, and when I weighed the outfit again It fell short 60 pounds, showing one bushel only." "That's queer," the girl flashed. What did you do?" "Registered It for two bushels and gave her a credit slip accordingly." are-- wrong," "Then his scales Brownie cried. "If they are, he doesn't know It. He's the most obstinate, cantnnker-our- , "What would she try to do If sho bad?" "Sho might think I'd ask her to marry mc, especially If you two got your heads together to beat an old man," lie-- chuckled. "Hut I'll never do that twice to tbe same v.omanl" A ltglit step on the porch took tho girl to the door, nnd Paul was ush-er- d Into the parlor. "Well, what about the weights?" asked the little lady at once. "Each load was about 60 pounds' short; but he don't know it, I'm' Bure," was tho report. "All right," she responded, with her eyes dancing with mischief. "I'll ' call him In and you tell him." . "I? I? Tell your father! I'd rather face a locomotive!" he exclaimed. "But don't you think he oughf to know It?" Why yes. He certainly" he stammered, as she called out through ,the open door Into the dining room: "Father, Paul and I don't agree about a matter and we want your ad, vice. Hannah, you better come, I Condensed Statement of Condition -- OK Tlllv Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close f RESOURCES. of Business June 29, 1912. Loans and Discounts.$197,018.36 Cash in Safe 11,948.43 Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 Overdrafts 540.33 Real LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $25,000.00 Surplus 27,822.10 Dividend No. 30 1,250.00 Deposits 227,742.54 Estate.Furniture and.Fixtures Total 2,000.00 $281,814.64 too!" ' . ' i Weston "What Is it all about?" asked, going directly to Paul, who was as white as marble, lljs and hands in a tremor. 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CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Harttord Republican. Hrff.rd, Inff ovory 1 day," cr.iutjng' wrjtw mmie IOjIi t "an 1 Mr. Hvvlj.J leionstennajto . CLAPP UNCOVERS WOODPILE NIGGER Hilles Also Must Tell About Election Money. Kntfd nreordliiK to law nt l 1'oMoflkr Ky., miihiII mutter ot the cecond atnrcii rjie rpub Tli,o resul': Wg iiti,s and lni?rp(!,''." uiusli fires, I ipnns thon paid pexwl, hard r,v.h for sup-- 1 ewe.rnm nt sardfi I'iit. now ifivy Iscd Iti'tiiid. Yes, tnies Irtve eVnn?- t on Sept. and we ii)1 That's progress. Juuige with I Vic t,m ,IIot.?vM: m 1" IK W c. M. BARNETT. J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS E. DUKE, J. PUBLI9HER8 AND PROPRIETORS. Toft Wlwn dJi.Ks C!iaf,;n RAMEY NEY FOSTER ! SI. A wirpu New Y,orU, Coi Entire Subject to be Gone Into of nanms f.unUnr in repent Rev. English Complimented. n rjppi" l inter, pojjee lils.ory From Angles of Both NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS UUht The Owvnrlinm Iiniu;rr Jin. th rs; in the children' coitrt Kit the vmT wnt to n Bfw when the Candidates. BnWrllirm to oiy ewiucrii .ng ISe. K. it wijlinl, "Charles Itifker give the old nddn w In muling the ddr miiKt Hug))!, wlia rwimtly took ti'ifiiw of iintl "Hormiin Itoirntlnl" to rwiieet. nrtta'tgntiiinf. the Hartfoid Ilaili,t ejhiiTeh: tlniMillcltpd mnnnfcrlptK will not b returned Va.hlllgtn, Sep.t. 21. Ai .iivev.Ji.t en Hew. K. II. KhkIIIi, wlio n,t'y rt- ante unmnpntiM by pewum. Uocker provod f" he n will receive no wlwJier cimifiin Anopjunciuii couinniiilciitlun slgnenl the p.ntortite of tli-- ' W i,ii j bjy clvujfcd wl'Ji building H bonre to dctcriiiina 4nd iciything i iln) wjt'i th" attetitlcu. liajitist Chureli e'f Own.ilm , etrect in tlwj Mrcct. itupwoii-e- n boy nlso tf (iwi years. refusal of Consuls to revlsfl has ncevp'.ed 41 fnom floHcntliinl wn t' IHje", C itariff in the' nlec;nl sr"Ki,on of I'.i'J, cihiuvh jt,o.n(y. He w.ii awusiel of ithnwuiig nt Hartford nal w(h h fiiiiiy -3 f h,as been started by Ohnlrmpai ' his gone theirc to re';'Je ariil wwH l;sevVirged. lieektr jnW tl fine. tlie S411 i;o Committee Jnvosflwtiu chaige at once. canrjieiisn enendituricr. rJUDAY, Sta'TMCBIl 17. During the .two or ti'irw ye irs lfv. Vanderbilt's Twelve Cents. It is undemtood w t pnan.ng v' Hng'ish was .nt Walnut ctr ct )io w.i Mr. Vojiderbilt was iio,yilly evvVjIniT submit, to the full minmllteo 11 J t of (In Connection With S. Rosenblatt, Hawesville.) t'10 nstriimiit.il in irgejy Jn r (i&n PROGRESSIVE TICKET. .of witii.w, including tho n.iin.v of f"in r trttiiriK In His rersonal bu.inc, in iuberr4ijp luid luvjug lHJ i a fjnei Mi'- - j hlnilf fis well "3 f oili('i. iM a ftintiker C.intmn. Ifpreis-iLniJiSunday vcIumi nnd ij'ib cnK;r For President, mesti:ns of a csrtn in jnllnojid'ci .lfiir.1 Klnley, of llllne;s, and He js n jchuir'Ji rebuilt nnd en'rirgcd. ItOOS,EVEL.T. kftftlal THEOUOllE M hill ll1dll.llllllllJA Hil mf , 11 T.!.-VX of V.swtors of wjiioh he w.as n )iv.m-l- r 11fAl , II1MI 1.4" COCHl prencner rine pissor, aivl iner- 1'or Vico rwllen,t, It wag found rji"'t scvoml iwcneab- seiiiotlxcs of viirpu Urinchpes of up nnv jgetic workeT, who will build JOHNSON. GOV. 1IUIAM ns;nt t,lio3 present pjmrid the totfi f"' wxtjen lnduyy, w(;tli tho church with which he jnay be jf but half HI1'0 member w.M'e tion that uhey b imwjjiinexl, u y my TJiait ,the American present each atteivtinj; fneinhcr wuld knowlclge they tn.iy hfivc of nam:iiU'i Gov. WJlon is O'l funds fiirmis'ieel d otul hj propaiftlonfijiV. If you knew of tho real yalii" of Jn the farmer tp vote down gP'Jd pricea Dr recede J, mfcrrtnl to fig.!lt of IPCS. CtiiiiibTiiln'tt l.lnlment for lame I te. , tp reduce the the day of the nn.f'4n hjs products, in ondcr t,ho number of nbsn,cc .niarle jtic diviSenator Clapp Ivis rweived lct'.vr soienos of the muscl'-s- , i ht'ininx mil cos (Of living. sion of tJio foe ii,mount to pcrtnn odd from George W. Parkins, axjng t,h it rheumatic pain, jou would never wlh .lie rjof Charles D. Hilles, uhiijrinn,n of the wliat ftl0Ut Trot. dJl'jirs ojvl 121-- 2 cetitg. epqiking of . ; to bo w Ithout It. 1'or A.ile by alt t dlcvtfKc the of the inopyns, as t;ie secretary Imnd-o- d HepubVevin Nuthinul Oimmjttet' VtWn, w,ho prtlixt . tT. S. SiMia'o Oivn'UkM'e each member hds anj)Htjqiud fee, h" e:i.ll"d before Wip floinJnmlkHi Damocrntdc Gov-rnacceiicl the given ntimto"r of lflia"s Invcti'il'iiting e'dinpngn e.pcndj(!uii f. to Scnalte in his own Stiif.e, and for and passed nip the 321-- cn!p to ntid "teJfy fully as tp '"iLs eilvinge" tfi.'t Suggestions for Correspondents. Yprk. 4n New Ve 'print " list of H''bJ vtn be'J'V 'Jf .When CoJ. Iti!v',elt litid ."siiv-n- t tlve ibrotlur of nuking cjianpe. InA 'poll "made bi'Tlie-Cfnp4to tjie ecrury came to Mr. Vivndiartollt, dollars of Harvester Tnunt mmty. jwliivli wj",! bo of lunch its'lY-HU- '" Ample temporary accommodations have been secured. Conferquirer of the Inelflana jUthod,lst Setiatpr CJiipp tl,iy ,'alted jthat SI". eiorrispoiidents In writing for jhc IS"- -. however, he found h;m Jmsily piinfli,T (flat h.urJay as A modern steam heated, electric lijrhted buildinp will be ence at Jefferaonvle rom a p,urse on to the HilLvs undouliitcdly would ,bo ctvju-puliljcan. Alweiyis some jco;n nd us iiieu.n,t.s of o their Presidential prefmice rsesult-o- d table. "1 can oh.uige a dojilfu- for yon ready for the second term. r n eis'i'ue doaths, Idntlis, tho cuniinltt", hut. ,wpull bo ii as follows: Uoocve.t, "7: AVilso'i, and ,wlU take fcUo 12 cenlts,' tn.l Mr. t, deals, Ihe yoe.k g;il's( crtnfla,gr.it;ons1,i''.j not alone on tluU rnoiitls i Unequaled opportunities are offered common school 23; Tutt, fe; scattering, !'-on the general .but nibji't cjdeiits( euindltion ,of uiipi, Vandciibilt, then .milfd as lie alled, inuiu't graduates and all desiring a High School education. Seven pont-we.vthex oondittluns, vltini; (Unxvid, so. of aampaign contribujonv. News dJspaMios te-- us Jfiiut Scrip .or "but I cannot taajiage fjlie n And the teachers, three engaged in High School work. A plan for the ap'nimg of nejt wfpk's cjal me?tinss, .o!ge nieijn., eiurch nifin war.Ui more tf'nn JJhO.COJ.'kjO Bradley opened the Jtqpuhllcttn Lexington 1lt gaJureHy night had taken the trouble was oiitlincpl today by S"nit'r uowts. olijJl news, exunl.tion of mi. Is. 102 enrolled last year in High School and Normal clane adil hefin.nss In office lar for the sake of 12 n'cma, wiMch, to. QriPiP for presenta'.jon fa) )ia fiujl family reunions, curlo'Htlex, rejjfn, rob- beore p. large onowd of 14 High School Graduates and three-fourth- s of applandei his gather wlUi the c.trA dollars, Jad juonie ,Av,lun It mets. who warmly berics, murders, veimctJijnp ki'i1 n,ljt holders, Normal students made first-clacertificates. Splendid adU hm by t''e default "f Rthers. Had The t.irst witness ipnifubly (win be Or people, onyV'ijng of gene-ju- l pi credit. aaarse abuse of ItooseW y vantages are offered in MUSIC and EXPRESSION. Jjemn .in cjrcula nefil.tis N. Bliss, Jr., and lire iwiivl C Mia proirose.d Wnto on one side of Uie paper only comp"-e- nt Senator Bradley Is thoroughly tipn lie .would probably ihav.e Vnanosi:d C. Te:rthoff private .lon"l woivy nlnt.it I wrjte 10 tlu and to discuss "Uolters," Iwdng toolt-- d In.te Hel,ward II. H.irriinuin. the 2 cent." n.ii!ilng senleiicfs with faultless lJict- V, from the Demovratis pvlitm ia Jiounpr . lUt we want Is nws lila,nl.v The next day Cornelius Vandeihllt sve Those two mem will le evvi(liod upoji '.0 orlc. been lumoncd with inaji after 1u4ns ?J0O,000 (to icfltabllHi a plvaritj- - work jn proJ,u,ce dny rpj?irs ibeln,s;ng t t'w Md. I . , i 1S06 he olfljee Jy itlKit party and In tffttVV New lork. und It wiafl jn a pleasure rc.peptii?!y of Cornel.jtus N. Bli boted the nomination of Dr. 'Huntr Singing Convention at Beda. nxjftht throw due to Jls constantly ko"pinK cjose fib and Sir. Jiarriman tlna;t Who was the llimbUrfin caucus pioml-e- e on the pennies Jn the Iflandliing of .lis light on ,the charges niada (by Jihn 1). Ttho Progressive Sliwjng Com on. Ion J. lor U. S. Seniator. wlj y be held September large affairs ithait .he wus able (to ma!;e A.reVibold, that tho Standard OJ . For further information address Mi Il.xU o Everybody Invited, ln,gr,s e"aP3ciiaHv, had bin aked ito contrtbue suuli a snlMidld igjft in thi? icauise wf In:Ohio county farmopT iwlin. nvwvC H. E, BROWN. Pres. E. ELLIS, and don't forget t provide your own tnucJ) opposed fj Caniidlan reeCprtllQlty, man,lty. ,Eahoj d M. UVlnins, Jn Har the UooSfveJ,t fund of UOI. . . I dinner, as itihis js a tjmejy cuto.u paased toy Prasidcn 'flaft wil'Ji tlie aid per's Weekly. The lnip'.kjt nonflden.ee that many Every feature wll be ald'd to nake fil a PieinvKTitlo Uouse, jnu.it rqmem-be- r poop'o liave In Ohamberlnn'H .Collo, the conventVm a succeve and progresplatform wfliich .yiat it.'ie nlJ COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE. Is sive. Chobraj and Itvmcdy DLanrhewfi Yours far boater music, gtanicts out against JIp Injustice Js Sejit. 21. School at Cooper, 'Is progresI K. P. S.UJIOS. r &e Progressive platforon and the !cm!y sing nJetAy 'undur .Uie management of founded on tholr ojeperience in Uie use y put into working b;ng of itlvat remedy and their knowfodge of cand;da.te for President iwilio, pVjdgCjS liU' d by ilio oiKnUi'ui .tlioso AllJngs iro Prof. F. G. MJJiler. ' the many remarkable cures ot colic, dta jfpoflltjon'to It i Ctol. 'Raoaveflit. The young folks of iti'is nolshbonhood rhoeaand dysentery that it haB iffeo- oinnept(;i':' eUrvntor of the work. In tlrls FOR FLETCHER'S are ojyanjjicid a litemry .ar.4eity an Cqoiper ed. J'or Over in Indiana ,tlio Damopraits f.le by a.l. deaief; .1. a h.uul bemk of Instruction Juas ibe n ... on tlie Xaft men to hejip iery fc,hoolhouse recently vHiJch (moflts prepared for these n'.ulis, .deifetut Bevcrldge for Oovennior, uii(d jn Friday nlgjvt and is n;rogrosnff njce'y Timely Seed Corn Hints. The Cause tjaiii dvfJiUt0 cxcivlsos Jn corn gnuwlng, Veaitern States hey are openly fnyln;.: Officers are as follows (Fropk G. MilThe other .diy a mephajit of a Jiear-b- y At thjs particular mvurn 1,1 Js wH ii,u!!ivil Ijuiba.nlry, dMO'in. Jionti'.ul,tnire to Jino up .he IWit man far WTi,sn ler PixvUlOnt, J. W. pox, AnsVfltarit .town happened to sm a funnier re- to ithe attention net pay of th poiHtry, totato gio,wJiiK uiifl lome.s.'' io defeat ItoKsevo",t. 1Mij.s ' kjad of bot Pr.eidentj Taiie K. (Tarfpr, Secretary, ceive a Upx at ithe 'derrit und noticsd ni'imbers of agricuitund p.ubs ,h it also ould even be endorsed toy our iDemio-crat- CJaiTMice Iteid, Alsslstant, Secrejiary. that it was from a niaill urdejr Jdoihc of the genciyil farmciH, raM'd to Wi rmd JooUjiu Tlie wirk of friends jn tJiV aiif of ,ho wuli, Mr.. 13. W. Jack".nm, Jias sine o He also noticed that tt'e "(llts "wore Importance of gotting ia jtikiI MMti'y t afteir thews' has ben pio. with kind words and soft 'pftts on Nashville, Tenn., on buiniOivs. AND REPAIRED-Dright Jn Jijs line and tvani" he had car- seed corn for nsxt year. Tt'ie fiutjt of vlded Xor on a butter Uists tlmn wrnr TUNED poiitU-fpe,en alrnt nn.kos i,tnani! M4is Ka Taylor ihtus the Jiead. Vvrljy aptiuvt yevir's oeniiuiop w,l be 'taie'- - do before1 und ius geMtl tut ihu work ried for yesars. Ho jmnniUitCjy ' lus . frain school, tjie p,it fcv dap on ac- proached bed fellows. tlie farmer and said :''l could ternUiUTl by ,'fie option taken by the b'en AN EXPERT. It Jn jli' .rant Jt Is IiojkjI count of illlne,". you the artlcjo jou luive'ithere farmer ,w'Uin ihu ii"vt w days, svd may have sold ni"n 'oy Lofil aids of the Traft be better in tlie neyer future. Du Mr. Clarence Kuker and faniiiy I of for less money Own fcho iCIiWuao Jiioihj esorn filing is 'lii'hly ImpArt.uit, and ller the new urningemejU ""jhe every means continue (o pddle I. t''e Taylor MIue- .have niovioul o jCrpmiwQlt, and sfnwl you tJia frojght besides." hUoiiJsI but It is wyirk of fj'ie l'nicrslty Jkis He tliat J'rogpwtxlves iiibUjjO the Itetiub-Ica- n nut bo iifuiocv-'d-, dnvidl to .the Dr. WlHs property. "Then why don't you do so;'1 I asked well to remember that unlet party. No one ever htprd a wed evrn into tilnee sajtlons, ul ojicrfutliiK iiwlsr Miss (Jartie Stevens, i ivory jCl at the farmer. "I have taken the local is (properly etued for, the o. They ilo cojidCitiin he do ie'i one JivuL The 4niyi ,aivi jilris" flub Before you close a deal for a PiI paper for a year and haven't fceein hajuls tilio roiniia'it this writing. a tjcliwaeilllooly luvepl tihojod ftmt tjiat work U:m .bein a.glnd f( a ilJvJHjmn to ano or Organ would be glad for you leaders Jno Master MUard Miller, wflio J3 jfil of line alwut you selljnig hene or any the weed to call and see my stock, as 1 repreJ tticrl frm Dr. l''rel SluUjer of jot tliat once powerful und useful xiry n'ioiil1 tfo llrwtM"K Oivo-i- . ti'pli,0;d fever, (s.gatt;,ir n(cely. otjhcr U'lnd of gooii. sent two of the largest factories in Tlv; null cannot bo avaiied. .'ill ny condanm CrJJi-'- , iPen-roItag fallem. Stand irler mifiifhuned .U tho Weteoi Kentin'ki', Mr. Kyiom Tayjor w?n,t ijo XleHenry liouo usiejm; Tih'je uro a gmid nuny (tMiTKs to take aent alvcrtlsjng to 1110 existence the Baldwin and the iind ftjli,ns who llarnes, SWiool. Jlouday on business. for my tiadc and the-- got it. If you corn. TlKise' IMMi'tiS roue.in ,on,iy Ithe Star. Also carry a full line of the oimmltted the dime msiilnst fioe p,To,vem ts now o;jv,' tvni hv the Mr. GluuclwMi StIVMiB, w.lio lialsjiaxi have any bargains, why don't VVi put ear itsrj'f but the-- Malic U"i wlnle.li It Fodera,! ment at Chloago. Wlvo nIiefcfidM l)vpi'! Gnvcinnifiiit im,d toy Maims jndj atest Sheet Music. Ul of Mmloria, Is iii'ijes fl bo lup them dn the paper so wo exwi wee what was gwwji: Ij, Js deiliable- Ji i vdails mvl erHini) jlans ilntertiMteil. l.'S W'c ara slvd p nny t!irit the lirguniis 'il Itev. TlianiOH Hiitit, of Bnrjtklyn. Jiy., they I aiv?" the .seed 'yuild be ce,l'eitii from tWS riKanilliig e'lub weirk Miould bo aent Ok'o county, ifie nnnibens of spent tlie Tucfhiy as Jtr. C. K. farmers of l Vie the luoj-mt If to 6s I CO Toylor's. lr. Mutlicr dlwutffiy. the A, S. of It are Haling iwCii'j-ih;Nineteen Miles a Second possible-- . If ho Seivcrnl from hero mteinded (t,ho But and pjeasant djtri,t jnfeitjngri No et',iib Hltitiild nevloct MiJ.s ' without a Jar, jJiock or dlHturban.ee. Is iivexl coin should bo silemiiril Jn he M. A. FAUGHT, Mgr. county. Satuiday Jlirtifpril ler cuiin,ty fair at iStorsa,Titowin laafwa?: the awfu' i thioiig'i fall Jilut as Jt Ik erimiug T luajurlt'. have a good s,luiw of ,v.troiM farm pro. ped of our apsnt Mr. and Mrs. Cj,ihIo Jqhnan, ttt dmis, wi.s the oirop hive ,bon fiv As lltrict iuit at llef',n invl space. We wonder nt mioIi ui3 pf.'ii'i. Selflt l eais k'duIiij,' uphe d,'iy tes tsM'ji if ,jhu I'xviJ npi'in In kuoIi uiidfMiiiale.Ings aic viRlting .Mr. JnliDvraiV! pu: tuns'a .movevntivt and o do wjj W thois who on wTfij ibivcJiOp(l ami U;k"iiis grille Ulitiineo . aiocij-cu'.tUc- d ents ithjs free'y njlen on a vnmjon 1.0 ,ha Ex. at lUiat PlU'c. Tilico Kfu'ihPniiu.iM take Dr. King' Niw I.lfrj Vi'ifl N' and of .the saim m LliUiijitj. .Mail; Mm Mr. tvid Ulrs. 'K. s. Hnwti.nl to lo mueili gxod uivl p ttMuJoll atid griping, no )iJOIl. thorough (woik anil )low th(;iu to nmtuie. Do nrt distress, way Jn treiig,theiiiaiiw urftajt Jio loid IWCl" dau,htcr Tiyphenin wo Itini; tlifl,t brings good nvV.1h and Jlno refi'T. It. lUtYANT, '.urge euis fivn ta',kis 4ut hao ot fc'OoJ fellowship (towiaid .liMJikjnd and rr'u'ijies at Select for i ,ttw eUy,s. filip. i:tetitjeui lling. 25c at all druggists. Uetfl'isei of Ii'iiimHvcm tfiat nwii Jn hills by I . SLr. A, i:. K'Hidefinr, ijs p,t Moivran,town COiopcnxtion jn ther profession. , have bten uvjixnicly fiwenrd In Jtt'iu Agl'ioultuie-pnaqtldng Jil professjKin. KtvituvKy. ' way of The Old Way. fcinuts or Juave been favord . EXTRACT FROM THE TAFT C V. tloodon, of PpoiiitdjS, .ylt.wl One of our o.qhangpS fays In wgaid to mulstiirei iirtxuy, bin pr. truthfully ,K. her dauliyir Miv. wvlofur a Notice to Tax Payers. ORGAN. pa was ynumr, people vho f"r ' tli(Co htat have puidmud iiiom: tliat wlu-fow day; Jos,t ( TVo Hortfoid lK'iwld ftiy."": average ueiputy Slierlfr S. O. Kenwn wlj bi growing under bad .had colls, staked ithllr feeft Jn li t neuvuy wmen Mr. Heiichfil Coleunan pyl jcf jno tr "Aa a nMtitw of ttwt .tlje apov f otjitr things bejiiK YtfiXcy and took a few (InimHipt of ca.. eviiurltipiis. at 1,110 follwiing p.laeevi oji dO' Ivunul Braver lain, spmt Tn!iSl(t ""il OJilo ruling would he.tr little about tho nip and got well. Now Uiev liitve la selewt !oars fioni nhunt, t'C'k Myalks JO ceJl;t your tfixevs; Sunday nixx Mm. Coeniajn's ja.r,eius, ' doings of the TfiXt fellows but farl'l'Iie 'tluui fiom tall nj;ulcr eiifts. as Sulphur firings, 'Monday, an Ki'lnixi. ifcaKe quiiUne and .lev sle-n.b-CO Mr. eind Mrs. C. M. Sevens. Hemrd." , iii'ivy IwU bie thjp.u, thu lattea- are jnoro like'y to fm b'Jiwn foraiLoun. Kunvmor. TJien re ''- - ..i ISinjly 'Colpnviu wOi,o liag ben Mr. "Plini nrt XniitilnnlJt miH trtlvliur AVArv Diuvk-u- , wraipjied a niece of bacon In' on oj.l down. Noor soJet an ter th.it Js Sloiielay, 30 atti: Ime, is Wwutt to bo Jn. I ttng ot .luank, but mtlier sqloeit noon. wqel nVckiiig, tjed Jt uround Idie provjug. I vote in Ohio county tx.tiweeen JtfJevelt at niiiUt and went to woik Vie next one of a inodiuiu HlunU wUi the Hlji Dennfle-ld- , TueJuy, Oclih.r 1. j be p,notty Miiu,l'y dlvldd and frj,f,t-i- wjl day Now nhoy luve toniojltiis, u pugrl-ci- il poiHttng elawinwaiid at Wi Aivge uf utoout .Hlmnt, VvdnsU-- , iQelier C.I MoUlsc Is kor lMTorUBt ia Appreciates Our Efforts. , th fcojM TJie Tatt fellows ttoeiu io ha,o apr,otty clMr. auady tliV. do not TihiiiwiViy, Onoiber 3. cantitlon, and two wveks' jn' (vpi- - 43 luloigreqs. J'rofcr llfbt luur thl by gitio 'counse, toad ori'anlaion." Allensville, Ky,, Sint, 17, 1912. busk. FmrdaVJlle, .rrkliy, Untmbtr 4. t'U. TJln they had Htonvu'll tiwuble Iiiaw a u iu durna ucar ana clean without flicker down to Tli,aso iUojth' and girls' iclubs ithat have Ktitor The JtepubUfan, Jlnifond, iKy. limit or Ikun, StMiduy, Outal r 7. un,d took cantor o bud nH'overed. Now th latt drop, ifcnnaylvanu STRAW VOTE IS TAKEN. IHwr ifllnd 11.00 jf,orwJil-- .i t'Ky Jiuo o)jon,diieiitis, u wtv-- Jn tho came under c''e dlreeiyop of fj'ie Btatfc criida oil rellned to perfct!oo. Cenfertown, aiue'ieluy, October 8. Cotta no mora than tho tank of tho pfao send your junior nno JVW. ' i Vwnued SI. Itvii, 'Ilrfvddent lionnl,tl wvl x'feet duo east oitd wot Uiilvcxulty Hxlenfjon Dlvlon of ,tlio Surinam, Vdllay, Oc,jVer 9. warm klnd I Juve Ju,t tukicn cliutrgo uf lw 'foun. and six feet .pejpandje',uar. Voting jSlaclJie Co., of .Vsrjttulture taw ino.diefd ynnt, iSiiiifjieiiis, TliCm-daave. WORK-aav-Sa ayii? of SXdora itho.se In JO. were designated II. , has emt ti rt'O Plvgres-- v ty ilvlgli acJi,!ol liore. HvierytWng I wore undenclo'lics. Now they "aniculturai Ceanlto, l'l'idiy, Ontejibcr JJ. is days they Jiwdiiiuntejs in N((W Ylork, the lt inovjjvr along njcely. they wevir 'Ungeijle. lUv.'kpoi't, iSj,tiukily fleiUub'a- - 12. '1'htrii tiiey went ovubs"' an.1 not "corn flules.' Tho rcJ- wliWi lie js fiyUJnjr ilaj-J- y ton for t'U Is tf"t Nyrf find Kirs' Bet wishes for ithe success of The to u recsViuiuikt; now (heiy go to u Viyix, Tuesday, OcimIkj- 15. voti Proiiiiks, Wrlne.vViy, ajrieum; hi" nnj)yeos. ITie rewujar HepuliJlcan and lv etCorfjs for ' i'io Then .they lnoke a toiti now ihey fii'-tur- e club-- i Jn thejr ro,spev.tVvo count! a'l'iul'J U.vbr li. . prganietiioin ,tliro,ugli (wjiloli CnuiiwieU, llliunsday, Oqtobcir "17. vottifc' maejijne i usel In ffiitint U)l cause of Theodore a lni. I'ejple went euy;now be i Jtaflnery at Warrca, I I I Youm trujy, Aeite. tilioy Ime brAjn Btorms or arc l,orn many good tilings may bo tuuglit '. tiry, Saturday, October U0. IW0 Ml! tba celchrat! HVa . I and oilier pfyoj)i Jtas led lu ihc o- E. Y. AWJiN. jlio cjuto V"l' "Ctojvufj lloosov loj.-tjIT. H. UUAC, SliWitt. vara- - jeutp q f'tfli craayj we don't kuugw wJilj. communications tfcs Hartford Republican. AAdiKse all to Something in These Names. Uunnlng up nnd down Mlrrs, nwo Ins nnd b n line ovr making lie.ls will n t mniee n woman henitJ'y or beau'l. f .!. She must geit emt of doors, wilt; a mlic or two er.ry emy and Ink Chat teridn's Tnbts to Imjirovc lior illgts. tlbii and r'guUte hor bowels. lor vale' by at. dmcrs. Sweaters And Jerseys We Have What You Want Sweaters from 50c to $4. $1 to $3.50. fij-lii- ifr fr I rr Jerseys from c-- il jtourii aiiTr lk I I ROSENBLATT HARTFORD, KY. -- 1 rm .lUirlA-IIMr.)..-- te 1 u !, cn-neef'- d. I ft?Hin tow, Hartford College iK-- fr dea-Vrs- or 2 nnai in))!;' l , 33rd YEAR BEGINS SEPT. 16, 1W2 !;-fo- re - jjrtn-I-ige- ,V 1 2 " ppjn-nnc- ss lifl'if-pcnn- I Zrr,rzr Sprnnil Tprm and Nnrmaf Wnvlr r: " . Begins January 20, 1913. I. """ 'oiii-Pfin- a J. Ml t . 1. Presr Pty f.u-tjo- lin Children Cry CASTORI A ,v Pianos . And Organs I ic lnsy-iintln- Y l -- I f-- tld - Satisfaction Guaranteed. ilx-c- le 4it g, Noi-jiu- J y iit i dy f.e-j'- -- ler I HARTFORD MUSIC Ij-i- Mfigl-'-te'rj- fir cvn-fl- clc(-;oH- Hartford, Ky. wci-U- jut I Iiiliii, l."lnan .. I ciu, k 1 -- '' n'-c- th Lamp OH 1k mvw Gym tan Shre-vo- Jiiy iui ( .Sir:-Kncl- k Paw-tuok- ( - Chu. C Hews-rvelt- tal Ski ! Gt. T. St-J- I .IiT (!'. Millinery Openirvg! V Miivjpg l'l"'.uro HIhiw tmimUt nlK.it. Ojt.i nt nn Or. llnin's I .jS.vtunlay SAYS WILSON IS TRAITOR TO LABOR Roosevelt Exposes Stand of Frof. ' Wilson and Wall Street. Mr. I'. S. Cini1:t, llirtfnnl roiiV T, wn a pluisnnt fuller al tills offlco yosturday. I Mm. Mnrlui Ibjss, nivl iMr. I'. II. Tiy r aiimtUd tin- - fun'xij of ..Mn Miir-i- t llaltli'T, nwir Con,Ur:,owii, Vt1''-iliy- . I rtwiM good front la ypispdbBiCking. jOtft listen! M OUR FALL MILLINERY OPENING WILL BE Saturday, the 2.8th This Department Will Be Charge of glad to see you and show you the latest in in MRS. SARA COLLINS SMITH Who will be FALL HEADWEAR. Don't Forget the, Day Next Saturday! And bear in mind that It Pays to That Trade With a House Saves Yoi Money. Kim., Sfj!. 51. "iMr. Wilson of !,he lrcfn Jiidiiitrt iMr, mn!Jlrsr"l!rAr""5f;rffsm,'cr nl Mtuat'.'in jn the United turn' i! tu their liunio at lliizinl, Ky., Ool . tUu-suniint-- l iii hs opj Wodmvtlny jnoriijt'ff after ji vill jn Ion of tlio DoimiKTatk' r.iJ;late'K posl. j IlarUopI ji.ikI Cnlhouii. tonight. Ilo isliarjre'l tilnn and poU'.-Iewho fa im Ur Jjreat-i- n that Uoy. Vllon lm.'l "dlruotly Dr. K. W. nep nt X tho lliz'lwt)0l Sinltorjutii at ed fjho tru,t,li" and mi(d that lijs knnw'-olg- o LoiivUlc, jpejiit tM" week here w.t'i of Uio UqonavnM alni;nlt,raVjjn ralatjvi nnd friends. Ho lias frUned wius ealnl "from fclic soclusjon of (lie conSd.rnb'y In weht, Jitit Is gim un- cloa at, 1U10 Unio when lio wi der itrci,tmui(. s'.ill taking the ioltlon of tho njifi- Raw VjrKll Klln, of Jofforjvntown, coner,v.'i,lve i and was boln carefully iby Qittvzo B Ky.f wli'j hts been villains cleiffvw gr,niuniid tor Uie (preside vt mj,hor rej)ncp:ii(jutiivi iuiiI friends litre for ci Sew ilfiys, Jett Harvoy onil I Tussdiy afternoon .for .Mmrganflold, , Vu.J JtPi.t JnteneR-tj".OoJ. Itoosovt'lt's sJee,h Jierc lonteht to iViteml Mm niuiual il, K. Church, wiia dqvuMul largely yi a rijily to Gov. SoiiMi Conference. j , Wilson's rtceint iiillrj.ssfMj Tllio burla of .MnsKtie ,IIn.lcli-rbore ufttr a plny'.s cnin,p.a;gni;in in '. f j!io C nrjittii v,lv,lnlty mvl wlm He .pc,nt the (ifcnnoon Jn Ojta-w- a did Tuesday n'.,lit, was Ji";l njt tlio unl f,tciiiI for n fw m;niils In llow buryjug round AVtlti'K7-- y liiuno of Gov. S,'juMjs. At scrvicca .wire vmluptd linwrcnce, fje vlaee he was Miet ily a,rgo crowdx. by llov. Jl.inmi Drown n tio of "At Dotrojt yviUirilay" Col ioawt'lt a largo wowd. snjd, "Jlr. WJln mid3 n nrittim-n11. Wilson lr. J. ,IJ. I'lrtlJilfC-o- " wiliiidi tiurpor,tcd to be un anjraor to aivl CI. C M. lfcirn.st,t vr JcfLVe (MowliOiU 1 Mid in CoJoiriaJi). I my pur. nday for t.ouj,svJlle ito a;tcnil tlw Grand pjritel bimuse if. was In no j'iope Ijodge meeting of rjlio KnJglits of way an answer at Mai cover, ' o of Kentucky, tis roprocnpiWvP o f.ijd fur as Jiis UiUerancc ran to of Itough Ulvcr lodge X,o. in, of Hirt-fon- l. eaniln any lti,ttnuivt at aJ, It J3 simply a in4)tacnieinit pf faey. MJ.saMary Wi'trt, of 4oulsne, WjH arriie in, a few tbiys (p (taka cJiaiRO of Owensboro Fair. tlis mlMlnrry Icnnntiiicjit nf t,he Oiitpbor 1 to C. For ttis pcpai-othe iM,bs Wfsert McnoanlUe Co. yeure of exuvloiKio and oqiiicy I.. & N. ltallrpad wjll H'll ound t,rjp has Jiad Da,ts of sale Oaf. I to hUilily the .will hold f'10 tickets Ile.unn limit October 7. C 5 influHve. millinery iiiaijii on Aituri!,iy I , H. E. MUJClIKE.Arait Hon. Goorso W. Joly, of Owcn.Jnoro, ilatr-Cair, Ky. J, BjK'ak lias ,been Topcka, re- ftniliv Oirsoti will Ji't-v( i!," tako HI' Ills work tig trnvejjng nun for the Kiluiky CIt,Hlux Co.. of I Louisville. Mr. A. J!. 3 Uic '1Ik'1mIIi.iII ltooM-vo'jt- Sytt.' s I g i I nj' ,!' ilia H-- We are fond of our lamb. He Is our ,Kati-jjlT- -- ItKe"-ihmi- ii. I j' t l'y-thi- n. I Ccn-fntn- W-- rimased n ,tp Ki'.. 5 S.ij,urday iyiturcvs,t aflnrimon at 1 trade mark. Ve sell AL- L- WOOL clothes. Remember this each time you see our lamb. Our clothing Is modeled by artists- - -- not by imitators; It is made by tailors--n- ot by unskilled labor. Fine, all -- wool materials are used In making our suits and overcoats, and they are not spoiled by careless "sweatshop" labor. Ve charge $2.0 for a twenty dollar suit and give you only one hundred cents for your dollar. What's the use of lying L i't'i 'v Ford-s-vrll- ', in t'le of Wis I'lrnsre'-alv- ,' Nbtice to Tax Payers. , about it? J&Gk?, Hartford Republican. F.lUDAV.'SliPTJiMUlUl'a K. itjckirt, apt-akt- r lars Deputy Sheriff W. C. Eaiip wjll jbe nt pjendid Js a ttrntvt u t'io folowjng pjaecs on day lifunJ to and wll no tkmbt I aull"nue. Ilvsrybonly, lnTltnd, ali-- col act cjour iaxeg: Mr. JolKv I . cspoqlarjy. 3.1m. JjJhn llW,rS' s and children are Kr.wij'.jts. jU-I UiM" latl( mar Mjjr Beatrice notj&on an clerk ill alio J f.a 1 offloe. a posi- - M. H. ft E. Railroad Tine at Hartford, Ky. ITaUe ? Q. II. LJkctis, of .KrainkMrt, was Iv.nw Uiis wrwk .looking JiUjiln.ss Jlon, WihttftRun, TJluirflday, 0cto,br Dr. J. S, SntjiUi, of Mqllwury, iwa-- a , t psa,s-tncaller a tlleJtopuLlllivl pffps Friday, Ocijqbtir 4, Xorniqoin. TlueaJay. II fclut h;im;o Itlio Solsst, t"ll its OpipbT it I af. bis Xlre n.t tlie oraj mmg u)t iMoHcnry BaJzeKAwn, Kjlday, I ternoon.' laqt week a large luinvbar of pcopl3ha.l Arnold, Atonday, Oqtj0beir 7, torempon. !e,tt Uiat Piat-e-, on aqoqunt pf jiio Henfrbw, Monday, Opmpber 7, aflternoon r "nc Tlhe munaeFiiprift T. II. BLACK, gheniff. mine lias not d?qjdcd lOjpbn . 4(lniir 3,.if-tennoons fu-tu- re Narrows, Tiuoaday, Oqtflber 1, fpr.inp-XTDavidson Station, Twpiiay, Qcto,ber A imaqtjn? of t'noae 'Intiirested Jn athe t(us and iiliso a)I mTuhnra qf tlieJIfilt-for- d aflternoon. Ooliruu AUiltit- - Amciilati;on are Oloiton, Wednesday, QntAbcr 2, tI rocUCjted to .nwot ,n he asot'itvjon Dan Station, Wadneitday, October rou?r.y 4ihis ?wnini rooms ow.T at 6:30 tar the jiurpose of roorsanzlng afternoon. niJ per,foi;tlng basket Lull tewns and Horse Bnanoli, Th,ur,sday, ftober l forenoon. othor athltics. I 1, CARSON sf CO. INCORPORATED. 2, 3, Hartford, Kentucky. ,' The Home Restaurant ; LILES & BORAH, Props. ' . ' LUN. ,- ? M. i N. ' " tine card etf ectjTfr Ifaatty Aug. 21. 112 Ncntb Bound toe 7:19 m m. daily excjft. Bun", m North Bwvt dwi 8:4i : dUy xtit.8uimy. Ur - jlans. Mr. Hon Taylor, of Owc'n9lnow..lsi,o.l , $ S ..' Ito. 1U Sou(fe Bound due 1:4 dmlly except Sunday. . B. E. MISCHKB Aft No. 116 South Bound duo 8:45 ww suoay. Jewejeiy iyiUili'iliniciit for from Uio est);o of lio lluiicr Owcin-hoiCoji,t. J iimriir"luWtwyf It.'JV. U. J. llron. Mr. Tuprfin his (icon Mr. A. ltTl'luinui',r, iiiuifiKer of f'10 Xw lUiyp' lino nlil i In Itusiiuvs in Hfi,rt,foil fo,r porno (time I' (VniU.r.timn Minintilii Co., lias wcuk. mud by jnotliuiJs (in,4 uounto-ou- s fivn ti'u rsitW uJrk"ts whore IKaiUDJ- - U. P. MJ.v.lial Oliafljus NflfwU a tniOjincii.t i;o tiht? ipi'iblio niid a ll,J,o ' bun".mii lie ilmd 1kmi buJni; lull nnv. WkV of . uso of 14s 11,11113 netted uiprra Ivis Haxe Jiwt jfs'f,Ie'J a ir of Tliursikik)'. .i lu,Illt up tin enviable tnade.1 Wp jwlab ' . i J,, , Drain TJUns.l Mr. NuUisin Uo"(nliUit novt frn,tnr- lilm t,'oatjnud pisieriity. K. day and Sunday t U'a Jifinio u Mmw-'OMcfiira. A.'k. Pato lull" Swollen Orlifi-b- y I riivKiCVjMi"jM!llllt, I Ky. ,t VJ11, 11110 eng.i?d n Jnialting tho Ftoli I iljantfoind, (KiV l6nityl of 'tjio Hirmcj-MMUtM 1 -- VW"! Alice Keqwm BifM -o pdutuu TeJqpliO'io u ji v " 'TJ?tto; of ow- - Hartforrt iDIvIfrion, '' (vVnUvM Wid irlenA llt"lVntsvJHw, 1"r Hviij- - l loiiTJn Da. K. IW.HW k on Stijtur. builJiImg civsjUaro, Evt i .. . on Center nVWj. IMidH a 'low dij-.saflnnoon OkiNiuer S in,it,lio lHt,rire-- t w.ork hij bwn held up iirbiino '' '"'Mr.JJoo ruik,of"ciqprUun. jn'ubir- - iLiy (,!! KviTjiboly of .tiuktlt- tlnw Xnr vaious but Just as W 0'1" f r V Hwad wui a, ilnatint I lH1lted. I "i Bwiin an tho wiUVi boanxl is proper MortUay. jti ,. tica l'rof. W. It. lUUlih ii.v. iii:olcd ootvift'-tlnnUiled tliplioii9 mn bo -a M,rp," Tata, lias' w;tjjwlfnun the Strata School .Sii,U(!r;iitomJ.vi,t muflo, a iUw w,jrcis in llarttard lwv,o v. ttma a operator jn'itioitniliiriuid tele-- th.U lit' lias KUO0.tfuly jyassed the rjxuly been itnuiig. Ollio jwnuf.pr wjU 7 phario ofJ,; CttrtiUjcat.. be finijiluyod Jn a Xnw tlasis. j Xr Hfu0 fcdWi Qnuuon TivlM ' vt. llu Vok .Uio " ' """ euiuiutlou naveiaj weeks Xlie d,i;riiiit nwitJ" oXtilii,s vdintrl'!t Klvn.on the ) Talklnif MacMno K UKO. I ( ' for tho lnuumed OixIt of Itifl Men Mtf . iOlilo. County Drjis.Co, w .VniAnB .thoxe frnni flaitfond iwlvo at-- . of KenUtvy lias bojn iuvT"d ,W .' .iNViion fufyo'ur Brass Utii funeiiaj of Mr, iM. IS. yiou JH on ,Tuoaliy Ootciltor In llmiUoJ'J nw He'll yu. a limine M,oml!iy wm;e Mitssr'. and rVe itoed Jlko fcfty will ba aoiimtln.g 1 C. Jiwivin, Julin .C. .HJl-eyTiiJiUivi rt)net'n,b?d by derpuitiv ' and Hartford, Ky. II. H. Mantln mvl Ofv C All". n,bAut JW prile ar,e lf ip pffanl l lvmniv ,....,.- - W. C., Ifiurp., of , .uTi'.snff tlio jrr'ntliv,". In Uio aftmnopn U .()Ub-Mr. .lVayns vi'tft . jr- Uf.'.! i,)','l aneng w,IU bo lwld and 'evuryjbpjy a,nl 41r. Ham Utwh, routo 3. JHwor Ikst t(y,.y, K W wore 'liej;iint tw.lr mt T"u Jle Kj"., anx-cIniiK' o atUnd Ulls Ai?.'tIng. In 1)10 pani, . I I nuko urranetnun, s Xr U's , 'oin !; to oweiniag a weunat aejyton iwilj be lufld piibljiiian oflco Saturcky-" n I'Vuttrvniity .Hall and uVp;r.eieig ,wiiU .ho pf "The J iiwp I'.iJk .11 Vl.ivjl'l'lV '"j Vein a c''y 'J'or ll.CO you i a : V. ' lio Cerrtid. A31 oJi'K.iJiit Jumivit to Hhe lis f wa.'yf YuJjUire'a CJiw" wul one yeans inubjcrlP-tlon'iu Twwl pit 6:10, Wo' ig jr) AW4,.,fiiP au1 'prlve Qritfin in'jaa win "Iw Th ltenubljoanj (IUular I day evcinjiig. ' , ' 0,f .lli !JiiivUi. K , , eX tfw' bO(QkVne i W" :f jo,ld th; of Mob at V'e November ol'pytn. , i A srrai Tiiany iMni n iuiiI around Olnio Tilbe Np. 1SS Improwid Ordcf of tor n(trU'd is ,bcllng ll.tr.tford Ited Alen of thjs csy iield un VfiJqjib!o JVJVcnil deiyi ;,! ijjlw Ml'llV- - , meetcmr at Kratermity JlaJl Wfylnosdiy batnesj Mr, A. C". Ynlcr itmntu-biMltyi Doral'arii of lA Jwylfi, Colonlsht, the otvaaion toeiiiii; fcho aayiuai li CentvrUywn WtliiChfJiUy rado, Js Oicre the u,ct of Jier gninil-nv'it- Home Coniliif, whloh (s iqbseiiqd by ajl Mr. Kllvrt iloodall, of iCwicdHvn, Mrg. J.'A.,l'ajk pnd.fjni)ly. loJ(rt in iOie Itaaier.v.'iijnn of Kon)tWky wtis in Hur,tford VivInrtwliy.l. WlioncAW your imreliiuis a;nnit to A Kpjndlil siKller bal been nreppirerl, HonrJiHta OJnt)ir Jl)t a'umlij' 2"i at tlio OIio C.nm;y Drug Co. K&orc nftrir wJiIth tho ol and now menibiirg t Jn Lou;rWj)J.'. aftornooii for a you tot a ll.innony flilkliv? Miuclilno udjiournod .to itbo lodge room uid talks by meinlc.rs of t)hj pitlPir. 10tf Mr. Hnry Orlfrtn, vf Owtnxboro, wua freo. , Mr. J. 11. Tappa n "sonraf iy ao lifro t'4l"'wt'k' i flej.il se"!s, Get your ifioo"i-U',svlltinu flTlJlU lionaht t.lio jitore n whjch ilie lias of Su7li,1fs"or"K.Town( iiml Jnii);inicna ,fio;n I).Iuty I r, ' vi-.iilliiiv-orUti- ;Mr. W, "g Owsrtgfmr Baire,;;, liils ,br.it.lior, Mr. Jol.ji W.,Taylar a ,'.-imomibcr of Uio State Central Prperewlvd , Uiu we?k. Coriwnlt,tee from Uie Seponfl 'Wfltricf, i ' If ou no-.-'a jfoaj wJioat dri'J ca.U wpa in Hartford 'WednCBday on Jiiis way -liome Xrpm Christian mountjy iWHJX) lie mo hbo'iU Uio kind I sil'l and bad i been looking nlfcer njliie prgpiniijUon S. I.. KING, Hartford, Ky. m. Clf of Uiat cpunty for lie l'JTOgrcj(-(S- . Mr, TJieiJKipubJ'-jcns fTVia Junior cdjitor pf lHaprett is we pleasl !ie pros, m. thankful lo ilr. A. I. (Bait) NaJi for pettts for itlie siweia of the iPixagris-sive- s a Ifurso Indian tonuiJiii,,w k. of se NEW m CROMWELL, iTlluJj KIY. - Millinery Fall is again here and am prepared to show 1 the ladies of Hartford o i and vicinity a beautiful 1 Jlailo dUU inI F nnrlinc LUlIllllu if ill- Unniv 'W ill ull llUUlj It Fine Candies, Cigars. Tobaccos, Soft Drinks and Fruits. ft t ;; une 01 a?s?s;s5s5s5s?sfsjs?:i55 im I YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. Fall Hats Inspection invited and hope to see you at my opening SATURDAY, SEPT. a mll MnnHi,y. U. xi t:i !. ' H.VN'IH-:ilKUIt- . lv;s I Dim, Ky. iMViM-.- il y,mi.rK( I'b-ei- Ow.siu-Jioro- 28 ! mm Just received the largest shipment of lecords that I ever received since taking the agency for the When you hear them you will say that's the best lot you have had. Both kinds, '2 and 4 minute. You had better hurry before they are all gone. lfn-i- r!-li- . -j I . f.'. ; Miss Poppie Nail Over Rosenblatt's Store. ephone Exchqnge Tel- - jj ', I . fipc-a,- ! i .Iipsitio Entrance Edison Phonograph. i Iuw no-tj- jiu-il- s I tKi-li.ii- 's' j.MMMt I AM HARTFORD. - KY. I Let the Baker Do the Work of the World Dttocate to Ui Do The layiig tie Fuel aadFloar. lt ,vdy inl PREPARED ft-lo- . lViit-irtxtt- ,., oxo'OA-'tcf- - , - i To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. We're Iaamwto Heat, Oar Shop it Neat, , At Your Service Every Hour. WHY NOT KEEP COOL And lay the Fiaiihei' Product. J. B. TAPPAN The Reliable Jeweler vt i to kh . " 't W. H. RILEY Veterinary Surgeon Hartford. Ky. and Optician. jllo-ga,c- Hartford. - Ky. W THE HARTFORD T BAKERY PRO!'. , m " " WWW W. C. SCHLEMMKR, . - j ! iwlNTToft LIFE PRESERVER (Chief Advantage JESSES IS Carried A In BIG MONEY FOR ! INVENTIONS THE REMODELING OF MISS Millions of Dollars Made on Little Ar tides That Proved to Be Useful Few Instances. ScTTIE BROWN PEAKE. HAVE YOt'K SUITS 1 Directory County Ohio Circuit Court T. F. nirl(hm1, Judge; Ben I). Illngo, Attorney; W. P. Mltlklff, Jailer; E. U. rtarrn8. Clerk; 1'. L. Vw llx, Master CommlKluner; It. T. ColllnR, Trurtte Jury Vutnl; T. II. Illuek, Sheriff, JIartfonl. l)riutlea- -. Knmn, O. Heuvivr Dnui, O. V. J(uhj, .Route 5. Unit fonl, V, V liirp, lUtsli.c. Court flr-Mciulny In IMiruury tuiit m tlnucs thric wiiks. tliinl Monday hi Aj.ril. two weeks, third .hnulmy in Octlcr two witko. County 'Court.-- H. It. WoldlnK, Judge; W. K. Tlnsley, Ckrk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Couit convents first Monday in each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court-Ilcl- ns on the fourth Monday in February, My, August and November. nes Court of first Tuesday in Jatiuaiy and Ilrt Tuesday in October. Other County Offlctrt-- C. S. MoxSey. Survejor, Konlsvllle, Ky., It. F. V. No. 2; Bernard Felix .Aaitwor, Hartford, Ky.. IL F. D. No. J; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; A. U. Kitty, Coroner, Hurtford. JUSTICES' COUItTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tueiday after ird Monday in March. Tuesday ?fd ilunduy In June, Tuesdw aflcr 3rd Alonduy in December. urn-vim- w t Claims-Conve- By HARVEY Cleaned Pressed Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law I1A.UTFOHD, SIMPLE I It That It Can Be Pocket Can Be Inflated In Short Time. ' new nod convenient form of life (preserver bns been designed by a nan an tbe state of Washington, and prohibit Its chief advantage is that it can be carried in tbe pocket by all persons, making tbem Independent of the (equipment of the boat they arc on. An ialr tight bag has n tube at one end by (which it can be expanded and a drawling string to close that end after It 'has been inflated. It thus forms a Jbausage shaped bag which can be fas- - Every time you pull the rap from n beer bottle or a soda bottle you put a fraction of a cent In the pocket of W. II. I'ainlcr of Baltimore, the the Detroit Free Press remarks. Do Qullllfeldt, a New Jersey inven- tor, made $15,000,000 out of a rubber lii ! cfnntiar tin Invnntml. Hymnn L. Lipraan of Philadelphia got $100,000 for a lead pencil rubber . eraser. The little metal staple used to hold buttons on shoes brought a big fortune to a man named Heatcn of Providence. A mnn named Dennlson pasted several little rings about the bole in a shipping tag and thus made an "eye" that would not pull out and got a fortune for it. Sllverthorn retired with enough money to last him tbe rest of his life. Made It out of brass toe tips for boys' shoes. One man cleared $100,000 Inventing a tin can. Another Invented an opener for that can and cleared nearly a million. Still another Invented the can, the one with a key, and cleaned up a million. r, g IlDttle Drown was sitting In the porch swing doing nothing when the postman brought the letter. There were Hettle's two greatest occupations; sitting nnd doing nothing. She usually combined tho two. Her pretty face resolved Itself Into n veritable Interrogation mark, when she saw that the handwriting was Rob Taylor's. "Why, I haven't heard from him for five years," she exclaimed, "not since he went to the Philippines after our quarrel: What can he have to say?" Tearing open the envelope ' she read: "My special attention. Repairing and Dyc- ing neatly done. Ladies work given In Uatr. Will practice his and AtlJoInJng counUos. ComnicrcJal and Criminal I'mcticv a Specialty. profln KV. delivered. month. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per Gliib, Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith FOR HOLDING LANTERN GLOBE New Yorker Makes Improvement by Means of Which Glass Chimney Is Easily Removed. An improvement on the old tubular lantern, by means of which the glass "I nm writing to Bay thnt 1 nm coins bnrk to tlic United Stntrs on purpose to see you. I ilinll arrive In Krewntrr about the first of July. I hope Hint you will be glml to pee me, for I can Fearer-l- y wnlt until I can sec you. The silly misunderstanding we hnd lins been wiped entirely out of my mind, nnd my greatest desire Is to return and plcnd In person for your forjrfveness, nnd also to Hsk you something more. "I enn see In my mind's eye your slim, willowy form In Its snllor dress of blue. And I trust, dear Bettle, that you still have this Mention! dress, and will wear It to welcome me back. I think It wn the prettiest dress I ever saw. If you will don It for this occasion It will make our meeting so much easier, for 1 shall know nt a glanco that I am forgiven If you have It on. "Should there be any change In my plans 1 shall communicate with you nt once. Do not make an effort to nnswci this letter, for I shnll be en route. "Yours sincerely, 'Robert Taylor." After Bettle had read the Ipttei twice she fell into a reminiscent renr nettle: "Manila, Mny sr.th. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. ItLDO., HARTFORD, KY. lr. M(irH. V. 11. U;ir:iH tuid C. E. StnlUi annmuioe Unit Uwy luavo .form-- a jwrtiurHliiji fcr tilio ginwrsil jmo bice of law, trcrit criminal nnd divw oi. Is Jlr. Smith Ualug Coiimty Attor-m- y iwwn.td from nractilclnR such cciwiti. Mr. Bjltihb will iiuUvidually UffU-naoctyt Buch practloa in building, IiartHartford ford, Ky. ur-C- GILLESPIE BROS. W. H.&J. F. GILLESPIE Proprietors Jrd Monduy in HARTFORD, - KY. John If. Mf. v;r?ir,".'","r ""er Will practice his profession In all th 3rn All UI VII, ' rlliUy Sit waa'a4f ard Monday In June, irlday rtrr allfr 3rd. Courts of Ohio and adjoining; counties, . AllltlflllV Itl ail. !... -i Monday in LHrcembcr. and In the Court of Appeals. Also No... ....... J. 1' Jnrkknn c. . tary Public. Office over First National Bank. 3rd Monday In Jalitrcii, Aril Ainiiiltiit In ln xr,,i"'r.' . WediuMluy ,. Itf.l. 1. ufter (.'Honibtr, Wednesday .. if ,.l, ,.... 4.i. Attorney YANCYL.MOSLEY. L4AW at 'n a ' ! I New Life Preserver. sened around the neck and which, mall as it is will provide sufficient buoyancy to keep the wearer's bead above the water. The Importance of this little apparatus can be seen at a glance, for with one of them in a yocket or handbag a man or woman nay feel reasonably safe on the water. ft requires only a few moments to e. ., (BEES AS RHEUMATISM CURE Medical Authorities, After Thorough j Examination, 8ay Sting Haa i Curative Value. In a recent Issue of the Farm and fireside Is an account of the use of as a cure for rheumatism. .'This cure has been thoroughly exam-tlne- d by some of the gTeat eastern med-Hecolleges and Indorsed by them aa scientific. The essence of the cure jliea In the formic acid which bees deject Into the blood. Following Is a, brief extract from the article: "One stlrig will not cure your neither will two or three, but jtf you let one bee sting you every day jyour rheumatism will Boon disappear. 'That's what some prominent say who are watching an interesting experiment In Cincinnati, O. "John Renner, of Cincinnati, long a offerer from rheumatism, Is taking g ithe cure. At tbe time tbia M being written he has already taken two weeks of the treatment, about 17 tings, and he likes it. At first hardly able to hobble about with the aid of a cane, Renner can now walk almost as sprightly as any person. It is es timated by physicians that the poison (Injected into his system by the sting-lin- g bees has made the marked change jJn bis chronic condition. "Only a few cases are on record Iwbere bees were used to cure rheuma-itlsMr. Fred "W. Muth became Interested in bee culture through his having rheumatism. Now he has bees land no rheumatism. "Physicians who are watching this (Interesting experiment say that the iformlc acid which makes the sting of jthe bees so sharp and painful for the itnoment Is the agent which nullifies ithe dreadful rheumatic pains. Sharp and painful aa the stings are, it is a pain of relief compared to tbe dull land incessant pain of the rheumatism, declares Renner, the patient. "In tbe above novel treatment the patlent visits the apiary twice each week, taking from three to five stings each visit. After the system is jocce lnnoculated with formic acid of the person becomes ithe to rheumatic attacks." "bee-stinrbeu-tnatlsphy-Jalcla" bee-stjta- chimney may easily be removed or In- mood. serted, has been devised by a New "Dear old Rob," she soliloquized lorK mnn. ine metui ennupy uver iue "how good It is to hear from you' top of the chimney is so arranged on a And so you have something to saj spring wire that it can be raised on to me! I was ready to forgive and one side to permit this movement of forget the next day, If you had onl the glass. The canopy tube of the lan- asked, for I loved you and still do tern passes through a bole In the can- WThat girl could help It? opy proper. A aide wire runs up on "Of course T snail wear the blu the other side and terminates at the dress. I'll no, I can't either top in a spring globe holder. Tbe .haven't had it on since he left! 1 began to take on flesh that same year. I weighed a hundred and ten when he saw me last and, now well, I know those last scales must have been wrong, for they made it hundred and forty-eight- ! "Goodness gracious, what shall do? I can't begin to get it on and my slim, willowy figure! That's what I get for sitting around so much anc taking no exercise. And I remembei that he hated fat girls! I will weai 1 6 LACKSMITMNG AND REPAIR tii Vi- -. ' .'" "'"" oaiuruuy urter after artr after 3rd TuseJay 2nd Monday in MurUi. Tuwjiiy 2nd Monday in iiuy. Tu,.duy x,1" yuok.' 1'enfrow, J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD Ohio County . WORK nfti, uve1uy llI'tlt'f,. Oluton. WcJncsduy Mcond Monday In May,' 8,tr 3rd aiAdiy InMareli s"u atter enesday f,er I'nd Monday in Novcnll Monday in m" Y. Horseshoeing a Specialty. . sn&?K&WH&V. r 3rd m?."0.10' n 4id mJ-Ju- UW"V"A""". I, t lf"&.s,,l,,ls.'y a.,er 2n May Friduw n?,y. Mo"- tfvtaNQv&r. "" JnU Monday 1fl.cr..-ni- 1 In November. Thursday Tl ur-- cr All Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS J S tion. a af ur SPECIALTY. , Hartford, - Ky. Jrtl, 12, Cy f udA'e.' J"''" 1 POLICE COUItT. Wilson. KILLthc COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS Dr. King's that dress!" , SEEDS r JUi to atU Kaw.Batataa, Atrial will l tasks you oar Mtmaatat customer. H bMm fM1mflim aaJkk.nulltiiUt-.IL. "m- - . l H. MA. IjWIIlfb.lWB U tba flaaat t Tanla. I splandkl i O.U.. ban ailt. Bu-- ai TantUH In all. 11 im man r,r;e.LVrne Dr 1 u r.;..i J; New Discovery SIID ALL IHNUAI AND ItEUaiOUS SEKVICES. day MR OUCHS " w" lbsOLDS Trlti um 'ret LUHH TROUILtS. ??-- Immediately she constituted herseli SPECIAL OFFER: ... al iEzi Globe Holder. canopy and the globe holder can thus be tilted and the globe withdrawn or inserted with ease and without danger of being broken by tbe strain on it. In the old style lanterns of this type the canopy was stationary and as may well be imagined by those who never had any experience, as those who had, do not have to use chimney on and taking It oft was a somewhat delicate operation, the spring globe holder being the only yielding part of the apparatus. NOTES OF SCIENCE MLiS I NVENTIO Germany is about to experiment with the naval aeroplane. Russia's army in times of peace numbers 1,200,000, and in case of war it can be nearly quadrupled. In 1910 the total population of New York was 4,766,883 and the total street car traffic was 1,489,682,490. A French Inventor has placed a rubber roller in a cigarette paper holder to push out a single sheet at a time. While a man's heart Is beating 70 times a horse'a Is pulsating but 40 times and an elephant's only 30. A small metal match box which clamps on the stem of a pipe is a recently patented novelty for smokers. An international exposition of book making and its ailed arts and sciences will be held In Germany In picture camera can be operated on horseback by using a recent ly Invented attachment for tbe purpose. An Illinois man has Invented a metal tray to be attached to a broom io catch tbe dust which the latter col-lect- s. AND tt bee-sting- s IAVIATI0N ABSOLUTELY SAFE De--' 1914. A moving Inventor of New Machine Claims vice Affords Complete Protection From Elements. ' The .inventor of this aeroplane .claims that be has been able to devise e ft flying machine, which will afford Experiments with man power aeroprotection from the elements for planes In France have led to tbe offer(both the navigator and bis passengers. ing of several prizes for successful flights. In pome of the towns of Hungary a special tax Is levied on bachelors, ranging from a few cents to about twenty dollars per annum. The annual fall of soot In London, according to carefully figured estimates, amounts to from twenty-fivto thirty-fivpounds for each inhabitant n uasssBflP An attachment for phonographs by which a violin can be connected with a record and made to produce music i A Covered Aeroplane, has been invented by a Wisconsin Us also claims that his novel machine man. An aeroplane Invented In England renders aviation absolutely safe. An ingenious pneumatic system aids tthe can be turned Into a tent for its pilot vlator in controlling the steering of i to get a night's rest wherever he m&y ine machine and manipulating the vu-- 1 happen to stop by tho addition of canlious places with which It is equipped, i vas curtains between its planes. com-plete e 'Cday pounds!" she said. off ??"a"Kn1tt",U. evtn'"f- BS3 Sunday nH4lti The next morning at breakfast Ret y; Mention thlt Paper. Write tie's father was full of trouble. SuSlrya? TLrct--Sl very fourth ' "I thought when I built this house . flO . m. HiV 10 CENTS SEND that I was putting up one of thi r MMtam u4 Mtfclai u4 nrl thta vslas.1 i most substantial residences In th l CMMCNOB oc ttnawmm ywnaii, nsfwr wita mj arg ,Su7nUy ' . m- Miiuni prsjsj town," he complained; ' "but last Sunday Scool WUlJltMttsteBttulUa(4Sti,rUaU.tc. night, whenever a car passed, I dls M. W. kcttN. JJW ""bHIMBBIL i SECIIET SOCIETIES. tlnctly felt it tremble, sometimes foi Succeed when everything else faDs, as long as two minutes. And once It Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. meets first and third Monday "lain MIn In nervous prostration and female was shaken to its very foundations; weaknesses they are the supreme I'm going to get the builder to com roremun .Secretary. ' remedy, as thousands have testified. over, as soon as he can, to make at FOR KIDNEY,LtVERAND examination." STOMACH TROUILE Even Robby was disturbed. Hi Hartford Chapter No. 84, O. E S It it the best medicine ever aeli THE came running down stairs one morn even! over a druggist's counter. MCSU V.urlh Wo"1y Miss ln lng a few days later, exclaiming: SEWING Anderson, V. M. Lizzie "Mom, this house is hounted. ' MACHINK 1W-Pyuill? ".nwf, LUko know it is, 'cause last night I heart Kn'' ot OF Jr V1.'" evrry Tuesday iiijiht. v the awfullest groans and moans aftei QUALITY. I wrent to bed, an' the house Jes' Hartford' Tent No. , K. O T M shook like it wus tremblln with ter ttnt' t' Thursday up an' I'v ror! I was afraid to git Very Serious NOT been awake all night!" Sunshine Hlvo No. .' L OTM SOLD One evening at tea, Mrs. Rrown lak It is a very serious nutter to ask down her knife and fork and looklni UNDER for one medicine and have the ANY at her daughter, remarked: wrong one given you. For this OTHER "Now Rettlc, I want to know wha reason we urge you in buying to NAME. the matter Is with you. You refust Cra,!3 be careful to get the genuine preserves and cake, you won't taki Ohio Tribe No. 18, Imp. Order jsugar in your tea, and you don't ca' WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. 'enough to keep a bird alive. You'rt BUcY-DraugH1:lll T1'I."".,."l.1, HOMK you will tcry "uchem If you purchaso the T ' .actually getting thin and peaked1 have a life nswt at tlio JBV you p.iy, and will Hecordi c,llef price Why girl, you don't look like your not have an rndless clmln of rrpalrs. iiartford Cnmp, y. Medicine SurihHi'A.lS self; you've fallen away so mucl Hf" "very hcco.,.1 and Consul tN.m'.nan 'that your clothes are ever so much tot The renutatlnn nf iM M .u.- Quallty big for you.. Now what Is It?" ble medicine, for constipation, in- Preston Morton Post No. 4 Q A r Considered . "Oh nothing," answered Rettle. uigcauon ana uver trouoie, is firmly established. It does not imitate "Yes there Is. There's something it is the lord Mills. Commander; J. M. Itogera. oiocr meoicines. it is better than wrong with you," replied her mother others, or it would nnt he tv- .- fa Cheapest "You needn't try to conceal it anj w,.? :ic?..?'V' P'0ye. AVoodmen of the vorite liver powder, with a larger longer. Either you are sick or lr ale than all others combined. n the end Move." ""-"- : SOLD IN TOWN Mrs. i:. U.'pcJ.ile'inf.'r'tr- F2 tc , "Well, If you are determined to buy. niUIAIimo lllQ .No. 12 I, o T pry Into your daughter's private af If you wunt a eewlntr machine, write for m'Ma ovury flnst and tililnl fairs, mother dear, I'll have to confest il. , In i.ch mouth. 'that I am reducing my flesh by tht our latest cuUilogue before you purchase. At,ty (Irlffl.i, rolling process. You select a lonf Tbe New Home Sewing Machine Co, Onge, Mass. iviy ooiiuiiuiwhr; Mi, ji. lj. mi,i.. floor space, you see, and roll bad Lxdy lUyiord Keeper, Ladies! Sve Money and Keeji and forth twenty-flv- e times without Ilouvh HIvvr Idco No. Iiu win-,i.Style by Readisg McCall's stopping. Then you kick up youi DESERVED IT of 1'y.thlas, meets every Tirnday " ulld. Migaziae awl UttagMcCall PattefM heels B. L. Tttyuor, C. C, J. Nvy Muster K. "Rettle Rrown, are yn crazy?" McCaHs Mastilaaallt ' of Jt. & S. "No, but I believe beln in love It M'CALLS HAUdm lieln ihoi tit a moilemto pretty nearly as bad aa b!og crazy.' expeiuuiiy Luepini; A. 8. ef n. "Well, now I begin to we daylight,' yuii 11 os toil on tho luu-declared Mrs. Rrown. "So yc are ir in ilullicj fashions CO and ball. National Officers: love, are you? I thought as jfcuch.' Ntw I'uililiiu Iteslcn.-Presldent-- M. F. Sharp. Narrews, Ky. In caiu Issue. Al "It's Rob Taylor!" And then, the Vke President J. H, Woods xiilunlilo Inroiinulliiii Secretary.Treasurar-- S. u. Kump, whole story came out. mi nil llOIIIII UIKl lit- Ind. Only muucis. State Officers: U)! a J ear. Indiidiiie. U H' romBni Carroll county, Prss. ) After Bob had arrived; duly e n iuo lulteni. 8ul. -,umy vice msjispl" iaee eswaiaensa MnUi tmluy or send I P.M--r- gaged himself to the willing Bettiu lurfreouiiiiiiuconr. S. B. itobertson, McLean county, and taken, his departure, the yous IteCall rlliraa will rntljlg rim toinnkoln your woman in the case was In her rooir: Uoiiie. wlitiyiirronnliuaiN i Intliiuiffur on ami iliililuu wnli-- will ' yomwilf Organizer. taking down her hair for the nlghi. iwporlwt In Hjlnumi rt. ..cV.Cf AllfP!. Henry county, and Lat-tl- .) and recounting to herself tbe expert euli heiul fur fren I'afTru malocuo. Graves, Allen county. Assistant state organisers. Ws Will On Ys Fias rVtstaU for cetilni; sul)J ences of the past five weeks. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War- rirliiliom amnni; ymir Irli nils, i end r()r free. "I shouldn't have done It for any ron rniinfv C Premium l'ntal'siio unci I'a&ti I'rizooner. nn..u ' tloMit body in tho world but Rob," she deTHE IkCAU COHrANy. 239 ty; A. 11. Hrooks, llracken county; It. K. 249 Wnt 37 St.. MEW WK I. nay, Hardin county, and J. b Dosa. clared; "but I don't Intend that far Mil lua-nm.n.. Mii:iiu-.as- va iiuuiliv, shall ever know that I was so much 1p Ohio County Officers: R. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pam.Ky. love with him that I bruised mysell Henry Plrtle. Sec. Halt ford. Ky. black and blue, from my shoulders D. Ford, Trcas., Hartford, Ky. to my heels, beside entirely upsetting G assar btbWbVIbW thW afjijsi Paeaaaraaav aJklCqU COUNTS' BOARD OF EDUCATION. IwfJfJBi tsssr family calm, that he might be the TYPEWWTINGaai Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. pleased with me. And as for the Policeman Why did you throw that TsTT C?D A 1. L. U. Tichenor, Hartford, It. F. D. 1 dress. I don't think ho noticed the Joke writer out of the window? No. 5. IJaEfwRl naBssflllH bUIM JMEttCILLElE difference bctwqen the old and the i. K. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. Magazine Editor He cam In here 1 M. S. Patterson, Oiuton, Ky. new one even If tbcro were two sizes and asked me If duck pr.nU were 4. U. L. Alford. White Hun. Ky. I difference!" 5. Richard i'lumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. made out of feathers. c1;urchlsc1r-viVe.Jt-e thirty-eigh- a committee of ways and means. "Just five weeks In which to tak t ruann' .". OT7ARANTUD 8ATUiFAOT0KY OK KONXT XZ7UNDZD. yxwwwwwwww to-da- - , eaVm!hr WV'r; , :. Electric Bitters Miller-Secretar- ttX eta- '- nJ ' 4 '"j",?,, '"n. tlrer -- 1- .Mi-m- t s k (01-llil- jr t ..... Sec.-Trea- s. 1 M i fc 2 nutr "iWftrn " I. J. U Urown, Itockport. Ky. !mifHIi rmusM. Children Cry for Fltchr's fi NOT ASHAMED OF GOSPEL OF CHRIST Points Out Necessity For the rAVwNK!5cc5SJ w72; "fTiiot-ns-Koud" Death ot Christ. Vatt Audience In Princast Thtalra In Montreal Held Spell Bound For Two Hours by Pastor Russell of London and Brooklyn Tabernacles. IPICXIC! if? Tiio Kind You Have Always Donglit, and which has hccn In uso for over ;iO yv.nrn, has borno tho Hliuiturc of i""l has hocii mmlo under his pcr- j0 Honal supervision since Infancy. -- carvr. no yon In 'tcc4M Allowand one to deceive its nrothis. All Counterfeits, Imitations but i:.terliiients that triflu with and eittlmmer tho hejdtli of Infants mid Chlldreu-Uxnurluajyaliist UxpuruuuuU ncu Is nnltstltntc for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and .Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor tlier Narrotlo Mihstnnco. Its afio Is Its guarantee. It destroys AVornis nud allays FevcriNhne.ss. For more than thirty years It has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation , Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles und Dlarrlnva. It rcgulutu.s the Stomach and Bowels, jiHsiiuilateH tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Puuuecu Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A a harmless Cnstorla GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signature of ALWAYS &L&fffl&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMt CtNTaU COMMNT. TT MUKMT ITBttT. 1 YOHK CITY. POSITIONS GUARANTEED WE you a position lr you us real soon. We nood many mora onco to supply tlio enormous demand nt for our graduates. As soon as we gut the required number orstudonta tills otlorwlll bo withdrawn. So write ut onco Tor purtlculura. will GUAItANTEB 9 OKO. myy V, NCIIWAKT7. rMfMoirAi rn i 72VUO?t 1H04 mam rxrjrsvir,r,K. ky, OVER 68 YEARS' BUSINESS COLLEGE XKTinUHnED Buckbw'a "Full ol Life" Northern Rrotm I'rtlictrcd Srcd have a reputation ul .rSyrutioi succcsslul reil growing Lcliliiil them. It pays t punt thelTM. SEEDS Silaltie: DUANS vLLHtcEX PERIENCE Scaonble . . JJ9 Bushel Earliest Red Valrntine . . Jj.y hmhel Kefuree Kxtra Early Newlrin)sl. Green rod . Sj.70 Bushel Wa'dwell's Imp. Kidney Was $4 50 Bushel Datls New White Wax . . U .75 Bushel jo Bushel Curtic's Rust Proof Wax . F.atrn Rally Alaska . . . $3.5 Bushel Jj 50 Bushel New Early Grailus llorilord's Market Garden . fj 5a Bushel Buckbec's Lightning Express S3 00 Bushel Lattvc. sUtUsfc, Tomato and a full line ol Seeds, Hants ami Bulbi at lowest growing- - prices. Send lor complete catalogue or submit a lltt of your requirements, and will quote price. Buy direct from the grower Sate Money. Write today. Mention this paper. jjnjra Trade Marks DCBIQNt Co PEAS .... COPVRIOHTS 4C. Anrnn tndln( a aketrh and deacrtptlnn may our opinion free whether an nuleklr ueerlnln invention Is probably patentable. HANDBOOX orrl'atouu tout tree, oldest airency for aecunnir Patent. Patent taken through Munn A to. reculT tttcM nolle, without cbarae. In tba , Scientific Hmcrkan. handsomeli lllustraled weekly. Lamest circulation of any aelentldo journal. Tortus. (3 a niontbs, $L Bold by all newsdealers. A law Saute SI., BUCKBEE H. W. Ktfofd Sera Fsnas. Sunn Branch urnca. "Bro.r hbw York C D. Rocklartf, Promptly obtained in V obtain MTKNTS adrertlMthsm ttwruugliiy, at our THAT PA-Yspense, andnelp you to success. Hand model photo or sketen for FRCC report on tenublllty, tD years' praeUM. SUN PA8SIN0 RXFCriCNCCS. FortteaUold nook on lroflubl6 Patents wrtts to and TRADE. 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UT 17UIIW LIUM M rjOaUaVSavrUva awaMa, s (asjcaawnu -pi """"-,wrz- r' ww " U MTBa luiip wu win IBs! MM awaa aaa aajaaaj a wvatiaj anf kH. W. BUCkM kocsroBj), ill. i V&A -- "PosrowPUNTIFUL - isfiAMOm QMZZ. WZZ-feJiMMstA? NU$UAU gtfcMessjfVmfitesftxtfbn 2S?1 '?t Ban OAJ 54tt af.'mparMMHOfflL ences that every where Rreet him Is proof that tho True Gospel which ho preaches has to some extent found a resiwmlve chord In thousands of Cnnndian hearts. One of Pastor Itusscll's addresses while here was from the words of St. Paul: "Moreover brethren. I declare unto you the Gospel which I preached unto you: How that Christ died for our sins, nccordlw; to the Scriptures; and that He was burled, and that lie rose nsaln the third day." I Corinthians, xv, "Wonderful, Indeed. Is so complete a statement of the Gospel in so few words!" said Pastor nussell. "St Paul, like the rest of us, would have said more without the guidance of Inspirationwould have said too much. "Our text teaches that we are sinners, and also that our sins are beyond our power to wash away. This Is a fundamental doctrine of the Christian religion. The failure on the part of many to realize this, that we are nil Imperfect, has hindered them from' see-Inthe necessity for a Savior, and therefore the necessity for accepting Jesus as their Itedecuicr. "To say that we are sinners." said Pastor Ittisscll. "Implies n time when absolute rlghteousuess existed In our ancestry." "Christ Died For Our Sins." "For Christ to die for our sins Implies that our sins had n death pennlty attached to them. This also implies that that death penalty was n Just one, because a Just God would not punish unjustly. The Justice of a death penalty Implies a high degree of intelligence on the part of the sinner, and that he was in a condition in which ho would not have needed to die if he had not sinned. All this corroborates exactly the testimony of the Old and the New Testamcut Scriptures." ""The Scriptural proposition that 'Christ died for our sins,' " said Pastor ItiiKsoll. "further Implies that Christ was not of the fallen race, for had He been He nlso would have been a sinner, and how could a sinner have died for our sins? How could such a death have been of any value to mnnklud? Gospel In Nutshell. "As a great oak may be said to be In an acorn, so the great Gospel Message may be said to be In our text Ever.v time wejook at It, It seems a little"larget and more kemUlfuMhan !efnre. Wo can almost see It grow, lint tuS Gospel does not grow; our appreciation of It expands as we grow in grace and In knowledge of the Divine Plan and In the Spirit of our Lord." "In his Epistle to the Romans (xi, St Paul uses he Illustration of an olive tree and declares the branches to be the members of the 'Body of Christ, which is the Church.' The Israelites tccre the natural branches, and therefore had the first opportunity of becoming members of tho Uody of Christ. In fact, all privilege wus excluded from the Gentiles until Israel's time of favor was complete-th- ree and a half years after the cross. "During those three and a half years the Lord's providence so blessed the Jews that they were nil brought In contact with the Truth under most favorable conditions. We remember that thousands were converted nnd blessed at Pentecost and other thousands n o later. Kvery worthy branch In that 'tree' was accepted of the Lord every 'Israelite Indeed. In whom was no guile.' "St. Paul proceeds to tell us that then the unbelieving Jews, the remaining 'natural branches.' were nil broken off and separated from Dlvlno favor, nud that then began the work of engrafting 'wild olive branches,' representing worthy Gentiles." Pastor Hussell proceeded to call attention to the fact that this work of engrafting Gentiles nnd making them fellow-heir- s with the Jews of the original Divine promise raado to Abraham has progressed ever since nearly nineteen centuries. This Is n part of the same Gospel, because It nil springs front the same gracious promise. Its value wns Intensified when God made oath to its certainty of fulfilment. The fulfilment began In Jesus, continued through the Jewish disciples, nud now has accumulated n considerable numtho foreber of the GenllU's-prolm- bly ordained number Is completed. "When the elect number shall have been tested nnd shall have been accepted in tho resurrection change, this most wonderful feature of the Gospel Then will have been iifcoinpllshed will speedily follow the establishment of Messlnh's Kingdom, and the blessing of all earth's fiimlll''s through this Spiritual Seed uf Abraham." ), lit-tl- (fPASTOg RUSSlTQ iki Montreal, Sept. 22. Pastor Itus-nudelivered two discourses here today, one In the Princess Theatre before n very law nssemhlaso. America's Ubiquitous Prenchor comes quite fre-- q u c n 1 y to tho provinces, and the ll 1 Immense audi- The picnic season is rapidly approaching. We wish to announce that we are prepared to print your picnic bills on short notice. Best service at least cost. Did you ever notice that the picnic which was best advertised had the largest attendance, and consequently was the most successful? Come and see us and let us tell you how to advertise your picnic. I THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN! Hirtford, How Manure Works. dilute ma- - 'VI rtv 1 1 -:- - entucky. SUBJECT KING VISITS PARIS Bey of An Interesting guest of the French nation during the festivities on the national holiday was SIdl Mohammed rn Naceur, the fley of Tunis, who fll then returned the visit made to Tunis last year by President Fallleres. When France, after a short cam of An artlc'e that lias raal morlt simnlj palgn. took possession in 1S81 olian,i;P3 anid In time bqome popular. Tlhat &uii Is Tunis, the present Dey succeeded tils va'unMo frrtMstcr. It tho oase with Q'lamlwr'an's Ci,'! cousin, SIdl Mohammed el Hadl. But KJrst of all, m unite, or iviij fonti1!-7.a- rt Uemody has been attested by many deal the French did not follow In this colony their policy of Algeria; they left nin?)t Ixs dissolved and in a Jfjitild ers. Here Is one of them. H. W. the Bey the empty honor of royalty. form liefore It in ba '"" UP an,l Fa.l'e, Ohio Ini., writes, As a matter of fact, as the head of uswl ,1j- - growing cron'- - U does qUier "Gliambjp'ain's Cough Itmedy Is the the royal family and the local head SoJiii ttio toi brides uctuuVy feed- best for coughs, coUls nnJ orqup, and of the church, his power Is great, al ing ifm.l'Vwi'i lt Its eleanenyt ca.n uct Is .my Tast EVr ra'ie by afl though outwardly 'he Is a subject ot ba tikn up and used by plants iinUJ deaors. the French conquerors. : -- '.j. "He has 'accepted the role of vassal tlirows'h olfLnjws it has passed into lisovereign and Tunis Is almost as quid form. In order ito beepme ia Glorious News fclie coarse manure must decom comes from Dr. J. T. Ourtlias, Dwlglii, peaceable as any French province, largely due to bis Influence. He Is art pose, or mt. alUnougJi a :onyan of ruiy ' Tvn.n itrt ttrlt "I. nnt nnltf Viifivo " tirf1 accomplished scholar, has written alneady jn sio.'.ub"o rforrr.. fresh oiianure is books In French and encourages the Qa..j,v4lt7 vcbafa m vv&aiua Ul m Wa,ter drailnlng n,way from u fre?h mar with Electric Fitters, but also pured education of his countrymen. lijch nure iplle flows out colored, Possibly he realizes that if he took myself ,by Ihcjn of tho Homo dlsaaa?. 1 a different course he might not long tJvtt cjie wa'cr Ranking through feel sure they will tmeeflt H"30 . be able to enjoyi.the palace that Is oue tho manure .lins dissolved out omo of of eczema." TUUs shams mlia,t tfipu wids of the Bnow Bgntfl of tne u,urb tf ttg ruJiiKs. it a of the manure jvllo have proved, itliat Eliotrlc Bttto,ra Is Tunis. wore nojuhle, Jlke gait or rugnr, a a nvst effective blood twrlflcr. If an heavy rain iwould complotely molt if. Had Tsrribla 6xpflrie, excellent ncmady ton ocaaimi, tatter, salt awoy, or dissolve i,t. , ( While his two little children watchrhoum, ulcara, balls and running poxfj. In or on (the .H, rtabje rryuiuro J It stimulates liver, klanflya nnd, b0,wvW, ed at his side, a resident ot San Jose, Cat , named Qothberg. lost conscious consUintly dlsaiolvid by ruins and mois expels prisons, h uibls ncss and d'easiUon, tossed for nearly four days ture in tlio carh. A Jieavy win will up tho strength. Prlaa Wats. iSatilsfafltlon not long since in delirium, in the canon, 'MI ot tj,le "Ojuble portlo'iis dissolve guarantted. by a"l drngslats.. yon of the Saratoga creek near Conof ananuru .on fthe minfcico of W10 soil, gress Springs. During all this time but after the yime manure Jies (or the children were almost without food Forgotten Which? sonw weelis nnd unde,rgoea 'funtlior di- They were mother and daughter and with but little to shelter them comnosl'jlon, ,tlie ne.,t rain vil dis traveling on the briny ocean. It was from the weather.' The man left Sin solve out moire riicJuicsa Jn tho form of a cheap trip from Folkestone to Bou- Jose to visit a friend on a ranch near Castle Rock on the summit above logne, and the sea was very rough. Saratoga. He had gone as far as Pa Riulilpnlv tha ilanehter exclaimed: o ra,oga when he became III. but "Ob. mamma. It's coming on again ' asei1 to Ket somo distance up ttie than ever'" Finds Cure for Epilepsy "But. why, May." asked her mother. ' roaa to,varls Congress Springs beforff After Years of Suffering "did you not follow out the directions '1P 'a overcome and had to stop. Tfieabout which your father told you be-- . father fell asleep ami raved In dtll"My daughter was afflicted with rlum. Faithful to their father, the lo ie you came on board?" epileptic fits for three years, tho attacks nprntieo." nnswerp.1 tho H.inrhrr. 'children stayed by his side during coming every few weeks. We employed in a faint voice. "I'vo forgotten wheth- - threo t,a'8 aml tl,rco nlghla with only several doctors but they did her no er I ought to breathe In as the vessel somo canned meat to eat. For a slwl- good. About a rises, and let the breath go out as It ,cr l,,ey stretched two blankets ovr year ago we moves downward, or whether it ought ,J,e tol' of ,lle fence nni1 h'I,Ile,l " heard of Dr. to ho tho other way. Ami. oh-- ohthis poor protection. The parfjr, Nervine, Miles' w,,pn founc1' were tnken t0 tl10 C0UlUy oh. i wish I were dead!' -L- ondon Tit- nnd It certainly hospital, where Gothherg did not le-vj)tB lias proved a gain consciousness for somo time. ., . anl-na"- B bs-fu- re I s n, 1.1 I ! All know tluit djffurcnt forms of nure aru gnd fur $lie stl and crops, yet not nil know exaotly hrv nvuiur l1 wotks to make' rtch soil ll'il0 J'.ant growth, illanme Is sroutvl uji yjtreViiilo mitter, waste voided by nnima,''- - (Tint and slierj) I3 rJiWit In of iroiiltry f'rtlltei'K wilae. wiliil tint fwn lit5S lior.so.s and .vate 4s lass eoticeiy,rn.tcd and rK'I'i tnniire fnum .Vie larjftr unci imwt iiiiiloriso Is colored wiater. Tls soaks Into nnd Is takan m lny jjho rf'Jt,s Qf p'jants to maka srWt,h. (But manure in tlvs s'i'' d&o nils tliroityh qlic,nusal iliansu in dlFi9vin; Inert mineral su,l(s'janc03 and qijrrsblnin!; with tlicni . to farm more Plarijt fjjo.d. ! Jlko a 55ionk;9 l'iirt,liinr, ij,t makep the for wtolilns nnJ Jio'dln;; water, and f avvai tumlrQrajure, it makes the friable nnd ecsy ,t,o work. the 30I1 Tunli, Conquered by France, Said to Be an Enlightened and Educated Man. 'getf' I fc-- s man-wors- df blessing to our llttlo girl. She Is n o w apparently cured and Is enjoying tho best uf health. It U over a year since elio has had a We cannot fit. speak too highly of Dr. Miles' Nervine." MIIS. FKANK ANDERSON, Comfrey, Minn. CASTORIA For Infants, and Children. TI.9 I M YnHivi - Bears the Signature of ! Thousands of children in the Dannia AtfoL-- n r.oH, '" United States who are suffering "Plv yara aso two factors foia, nn from attack3 of epilepsy arc a ito Hc." This .ww yaiv I ha,d only burden and sorrow to their parent3, BtlU- tommt wus pia. who would give anything to restore 'startling health to the sugcrers. toM j Zfo m Wi-- Always Bivthi , I Dr. Miles' Nervine for this affliction. It has proven beneficial in thousands of cases and those who have used it have the greatest faith in it. It is not but a reliable remedy a "cure-all,- " You need for nervous diseases. not hesitate to give it a trial. If the first Sfld by all Druggists. bottto falls to benefit your mony Is J.1 MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. 9 I is one of the best remedies known ' Mataciato, Col. "Tfifiy diu wiih BonsunnUoii. it U, mo turn to ry Uie bw wauP lunsr niedlqlno aud I lifftan to uao Dr. Klnu's New Dl4iiery. It ,waa wrfl : did. for .today I am ovorklmr awl bs. hlis I oiwo my Ttfo to W8 rWt tttidiUuuj purv tliat ilias criutifl rVi9rravo ot unuther vletlttL" Ita folly to buffer wltli cauglis, colds or other tliroxt arid luru; troubVss wow. Take .tlio euro UiV.'s uafiMt. I'xloa DO cunts luid $1.W. Tail battle tree OX all drujujUta. man Grai, I wouvi Anybody Want a Dlploducus? Andrew Carnegie has a corner in rll- -, plodocuses. Ho owns the bones of uearly all of these saiirinns of the car bontferou3 age that still remain 01 er from that period In the dim past; and be Is presenting them to various gov ernments as tokens ot esteem nnd ofl the friendship of tho United States. A restored dlplodocus sixty feet loag has Just been sent by bis direction to thh nifiVUtlllQ KAiuilillfi nllK wttlnli mil WIC lufranttnn tVI'UUItV nnu HUIXU wm reiatons have always been most friendly. As peace offerings, however, t "J- these petrlfled keletou ways had the desired effect. The (Jer ,nan kntser received one a year or two ago. which wns even bigger than the Argentine specimen and soon auer tbo troubIo over tne potash auesUoa jerani . I'Wa Uio u-- y. mWiw. Uia.t UioMwn tutcf Juve mc wit has atti-vil'-- of UluimbYUlnVl Coilc, Ol'plvMa aiul DUrriiocu Utunudy. T.I10 r!iiirlv.UV dUrriKMii in'lijth It cure of voUa mvl It Juw In nVjuoat every honlvood Iuao eUtn it u wldu ru'.i- Uyn. Fior salu by aU dalers. off-'cVnolj1!-MIL- A '' EVANGELISM HASGONE INTO COMMERCIALISM IA Clergymen Criticise Methods Used j Too Much Graft J c mwfim T&ffi$ ' mK -m jji Itn Jn.o u -- Li ?i Olitosffn, Unl'.cxl Sr.nl. Jl. i;iinal prof ionji ITI'W m smr-z-MF- m i m S'atos has iiivl il'K niratid comToVcillMii oordjne to Dr. J. SI. Ori, Jii.1 if fn Sin ily IlistlLdtP.' wlwi fjukt InfiiP' ill niHkini oonfcrtwe of mviiwX liar ' toiUy. TVnj lira tit W"W 'js Income i cii:juu?',ed villi JmmmUt anl Ivj nmlxol: llicit iJilj ivne idiipjj in i Iiroirt'l'lumi money nukiiA liU'iiiow.'' Milt I lr. (Oraj. Slujimls of flnuico Monliiiitwl li"Ma ovaiiKelMs worn ilnrnip1 Ho Jo nat'i- Ins l.ut giift by llov. 4'. 1" Tavjor, pat tor of the l'dX! llapttt Uluimli uf '19 a & ''' m r ewng ' m? m "0 : r WMmk ? "Wlun ftl,,I I stnnttid riqh ti inMUtl hs house to jHun tM ,tidiK of ylio tnvlc. "I luue t!'t 'am kKiIiukm! ti mllo .n LiljLis (Ui otfenjus," W.is fine of this cvnnseli", .Waists, duvitrlnu WnaW, Whltefteld or Stonily siyins tl'ipto. The need of rur.iil waw;atti Offo.t w.ls omtlia'izql by Pnof. Mefln E. Trot i tor, of Grand ll.igihp. nt of .One prtaf'Visj.on'il "li.ghty per rjrf""- men lawjers, tbxtiors, iwlltise sors and Jlvaol tnwhers come .Cram th country," ijj Sir. Tmtiter. "We h.we got to roach Uwe jncvn Jeforo "r. T.iilir, "uiiKitlior come me out IV lui ewuw-lbea.ii-(tai- t th" 'r iti'io city.-- I llov. Trotter fxplrilmiJ that Ha own mjiikl of rwul cwukkcumu cs the siauntry jn autuiunliiik.H. i "They Uu' us plenty o,f tilled fhlct--ui,Jus mjiI, "ami wo sot llie people Ife: t 11 III' " &mrl,' GRAND SHOWING Friday, September 27th. Coat X X I Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local a ppMn aliens, us they cannot rwudi the dlstu. U portion f the oar. TliiWe is oil b one wity p ciijv ilnfness, and tliat Is by oimtltutlon'U ri'nigU s. Doafne-is taAised by an of tiie lniufius 'JiiIjik of yie Bus Tiube. Wli'n Oils tube is ou tinxo a rumbling toiuul or Impcrfdct henrinw, and when it is c'tiscd, Ueiifiici is t,I;e roult,, and unless tli inflauiniatloji on e taken out an J itliis tube irvtnreiil to Its normal condition, lionnbi.-- wll be dctrojil for. over Jiliw Mites out at tan pro caused by Catarnli, wJiUJi ia noUilns .but an iuftomed condition of Wi mucous aur-d .1 ; Of New 01 Fall Millinery Ladies' Of and Misses' Misses' Suits Children's Cloaks AW will nse of Dotfnqss (uiused 'j.v oa.tarr)i) tliat innuot bo curtxl by Hits C'atoiih Ciut'. Bond for circulars fn?e. F. J. CIIUNEV & CO.. Tolodo, 0. Take Sold by Urusstats- - "c H.iU'8 Hamlly PJl's t any 6le OneHundied Dolars for Ladies', Of and ! : Curtains and Overcoats Shoes for cons'J-patloj- i. : : Ladies', Of Misses' Goods, and Children's and and Boys' Shoes Dress Of Silks Trimmings Lace EAST VIEW. Sins. t,. SmjtU pe,n,t Wcd-neaJA- J' a.t OwenlilC(ii3. Sir. B. J. rrjueli trnm,s,M'.iffl hiratnos'' at Vtitxx .Tilu,rn'ny. Sir. A. T. J'Vonch im.wlo ' a bu,'jlnea trjp to Qweulioro l'nid(,iy. Iimb ,m anp'ia Sir. S. It. jiut,yrK on a ftf-ww- e freak of nature SopL 21. Rugs, Of Mattings tro : Men's Of and Suits ! Men's Of and Boys' Shirts and for tfio tjiuo of )Air. The ,nuj (shoh-ii full blooim. iSIr. So,m Iike was qtriqken d,own ipar.iU-- s with WeOney iijirht and 1 in u pi viouutlous ctiin'iiV"". Sir. Joe SlcKinVy js linirioub' ill and bis recoury As eey ,dou)l(tful. Slisa Lcota French of Terra Hautrt, lud , is Ji)jtt!Jns her pu'ilns Jli.ssas 1"!ih anii 0,rili.','.'i!i r,ren(h. I Sli- Cripj" Hivl 4uiuly ilM Slojvdiy I a dependable line of Staple Dry Goods lir Ttmnssto yi nitko ture h!iw. I lt Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A STOR A filiejr I fu- : : : Of everything that it takes to make complete outfits for Men, Women and Children in such varieties that any individual taste may be gratified. More salespeople have been added to take care of our increasing business and everybody Us assured of not only good merchandise but the very ; The Time to Advertise. Tlio tjnv to .vhuiQSA Js ujl film )l"i but Uic ivlti-Ui"hliou.d MU j Mjth Ulfl MViVUI. I best service. Visit our store and feast your eyes upon fashion's latest decree in every Aiv(rjsi It h Mih , t!iO HU.mV.tl-'- at bo,t;r a ilmililo fjiv?tio-- i mt njiunt l ir ir in i I no wublea lj,m o buy mhriuttujie lu iiou rl iiepforms nun (unevrn(l. SIuj Aomrnres her u VJi .lii xkI.s .ul. Mptts-cd- , and slio com tu itlii ,jVr IJHUjui; whut mIii? AMUij-siTns ypi intly, BlWinHJiUf is fafliij-i.tKlfiml t.u Inisltitki tu iiirnu Ui. tni ujl W'i'iliout a, 1 ei'ktji.;. tjie U uwible .sto" k jn adnuife. wmjth 4wr aiuii-.- wii ! department. uuinor to 8t,udy itlio jni , , iu.i E. P. BARNES l BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. 44 x ' ! T&l To tur, iliaflusn, mas and uuisud Imiii').', wotrm Uielr luy.Uciii.tuI 4nJurJn, -uulu, barnn, ibiuisiis, tite., with lurfJl ua.fty. NuUn'iut oU.lutaW to iiuV)lc'. For Jki'Ij, uotira, all, runnW noi.'.i or plus it lia no .fiua,1. 'i", c's a', all drufUt. I u Mothers And Others Vim tin uj IlutUen'! .Vul'u iilvo to our. e)4ldin of nujm, i.udi3, tt. )rljvr X . -