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The Hartford republican: October 4, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912100401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 4, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - " '5 l) Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV. Uvj Jlitrtfxrr DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF fUpttblfcaii. OF OHIO COUNTY ALL THE PEOPLE Subscription $1 per Year No. 12 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, &Y., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912. L'ln. of oicli pl-uI ilri. flov-orn- II. D Taylor Jvas rirnolihomo J. p. Ilsni-da- r. UNCLE SAM MAY I t'n.lor t'io the in.d i of mitUnexl, tfio wltll bo a.K,lil Uto I'eilsnl O Miniini;r and I'lnw BMiyj 'f MAJOR THOMAS RlOADES, U. S. A. visit with lu.r brq'.lier Air. POLITICAL DEBTS tlin Governor tlni v,i a-- k tlw th-r- nun'y fwnHlitii rid pjiUbrl'icsi tp u)l '' fKiuu'. the roubu or rutdp lph Itev. Ale Itoyster( of illorranrpwn, y Ivy., was in town Tuert1(y and Wed-ricslaI BUM PAID Former Penitentiary Com- missioner Makes Statement- Eli Brown Says Law i tniiil. Bond Issue May be Floated brf laf,t nutircji t The irnttir of out iitjrn Will by Government. ' p i. t ? Large Suras to be Spent On Rural tion's Route. Na- ti rf''vtt; Hut n tlovirinmer.it oviwrt will HUpLirvdi the work of ilii'lHW "nJ lirvyvitijf tlio mud. The l.iw piTinJtrt ICie loca,l au. Uiorjtlei to ittlse Hjh BiUPl'Jiiuij,'' of Uio fuudji, jto lliat If tlw SjU dp not flt " ajjpropriato twloo Uw Willi nVo'l by tjlia i'cd otij GovrfiumiU, coun.y aiijiorltt''!' may it6 Tvylnr and JI1 Audra Dexttr fiwnt iSundny in Or en iiljo, ,Ky. ilns. Ojoar .Stavena i rt'Wil'1)? l'or dmiirfitrr, Hr9. W. V. Wisit, ofljoul-vlllI Ky. iMr.H. U?.7.(i e, Irt rc Mm. V,'. H. Hunt ii HTlTjil.tW Ky., rids ww. S" Iui-vlll- e, is Violated It Uyin Si..Ufl.... .. " TJlO tTllVll '11V 9. rAVlTV "iy io........ ..", l.iriininii.t ilN Ilt.llc1IU ll'tUld r ' iJ tJslT VI"1"1"1 t n Kiwst h" " tho exjKnvl!iyirc of a (tun- monvy In tlw Jskv" proh'nilvo rtyUm of r,i,l With t'io aid of State wd county jrovcrnm;t aiyl t'w pnoiiM.Ur:ilea r tJ't l P'!sn'1- X .IkjihI i.H"o ml hu ntiuto before the tic jVvvurk of rebuilding tho iv's I" W'U of f O'o iMWnv-nWUukIct way, ibut '- li riulrcil, tindv of tiw vrt M'-i- t i m fr l.itiaatr u year the within ml. lUio Uio Hecretujy AxiLCUJi'.uno oul th - ltiort in ConryiM iillm of jvm.1 improv Vo- 1 teJflt, p Plan .of, general Kodural ajl or pvI routa in with hjIim p',iPii pn Ii loil ko eminent. Durjiur tho convVoTatiiCm of tfvo imai.'- uro in Onsrofrs, all orts of ,jlvmos we.vt, fur jtreat nm.lnal 't'io beLi-mis 1" K""'1 ;lnVi wqre offer. fjTM" "'l"1 s'1' ul. Ono Hi in wan o n "iiwni t!io bcnet,ts Hat w.iys Will mono ivui Ti"ry iU'e "Uiy iub and Uim u a a ort of of Mieinvuitry J(ii-- e (n"ci,t tiatlornl tjniil radi'ite Jn ajl d- iVpin ! n iimiV, und the n"i4'-tii3- . come cAiiiuir for Thi p'jan wuid ,bo eJtjrmely cry i Kiiw HI' in in my rpoo cofiiy w I l? nnt iilKil o b? uj,rri l ' t'io Un&rl H'.iU.i ,. wvi- boli.ud tii out for Uit neiMin, i tf ul hutf lUiniam of old in TJis,i pint of ilal.iiLS mi rail buQling in Me n l!ij Bit,;, n iurt Ii duo mv. i"Mt wiVi Wio iiproMiil of OmIm, nid frr kmI nuUcr of J'lif H wiuits to bul d tie :in.l i it 1h Jio IHiu y or IVdcri d hrj'os rout frjm tl.o 1.Iji?" tuvJ IVilcr.il aptuvllicp lhal ok-. Il Io Jii(iWM tliemvAliw. Jti they are tiVl4'' """V tirOH ina'tiO(l "f suoh a of JiuMoni-- il JiU'1 a I'jt-niart, Ulmln.Ji, it"" nny ba oxjuiuUil fiat oould 1J Ialonsd nntuni p afu inuke bis wijj (n tj'e "ur future w4l i)io fa,-- . woujd ba of mro Iintft ' uppropiyilipna for Uii pqoju-jt- . so niMji. Oil: 'iriuik bjbnny (iir. To the automobile ks KiVien Herts,'- would ho fno for autpni,b(&'btj, of (Ms d iiu.id 1$ for t;io miicnviviiR lnt tho Jonl roouj) rtnj,;iww n.QW-firfjr ro.i.1 itnpr rm"nt. AJV!lo the putii to tho fanner, t'iepuraj" livt" nurrl-- r mrtxl'.e, JljJlf, is llviirUV I .' and tbo pJbl.c KttUftCHi. n.ul, it tuis cunml ntH nutitui" "f Cotiftcqucntly buwu ( e KiaXuniM ov" p')Div 4 bi'iiM.' in,tor tq I m jJio pub ernnieivt ffAis tlirouisli wlUi fc'vJ ijuofl i ' M wlio 'U Jfct f of EO1 IXKtdrt, it JoU,llt,.f3 (Willi lU.-, Pthur elrcuniftaiwiM mnml" RvrfiiSU oxiMaubvJ nioro monie,'ffian woVfl ba uiol iiiw .i'ii isUo ma'xtf u ltyiuh!'., reaiJUiB toflnaice u nj.U'(wia,r. ojcrM.-- . tor nri-- l ,'io tnrt of ridcinl tor Pajre fisuroa itihat Jo ralvvld Uio j jjruio! (jlio Ma ,b.iiHlw in roajs of tlvs oounbry tuiid nm t'lT"1 i" anariitneht. l'cw'.otfico tUl for tfio mnjtiimi, thait fr Wvo inifbi fcliat '"SIP11 a 4'a1" ''"V TliS niMv&ure now ovl-it- , would wi' maciy n,it0'i of Uultvra (.oIhi BMymlatl iiti'ler tfie ltr:-tidolLura. Sne of o1" fiarc(gn Kvrn-men?,- ', of Uia PiMlniostrr Omi'iitiinnxl the g tvotaWy iiuvo spotlit of AtiK Ujywo in iinjinvini ropidi. sums ovr wm-J- i nunil iteCittM? 'f tlie rs el cot fwtti and piUn luforjiuij'.on, reaiimniervlatlcii,!! fiar fund i rf I MMlMlMlMlMMlMMIlBlME?uijiKr:f r 'vWP" ' ill ttf ru JHmmKHv iiHiiBPiilibMiO'.;' v ' Tm a (ij-ia- Vta'i-iiKto- Ut aHHPAjftHWMjyrB l'lr,il Iirilr o ;! fflViHjM BflKliMiMiMiMiMIBRBflDBBk llev. and Mrg. A. I iMel iwflui h,ivo rvm attending Canfcnenro fxf. Mor,yan. fjeid Kv.. rciturned hoine Tuesday .afternoon. lla"y Mrs. Hl'We Baldwin and 3Hj Sextan have irotu,rried Imme (from Owinsbono, Ky., after Bponunj?' s3(voril wvoks witli friends awl ntilatUvca. i Mrs. O. Ih SliuV,z la vjatti'ig ilar ioX FVirds-il'l- e Mr. and Mrs. Hughes I tnli weok. Ml3 Vcrda U'yd iwo I3 '.teaching phoo near FordsviHe qpen,t IgUtumday and Sunday .with (Ivor ifaKihor Mf. T. II. Llqjid. Mx. J. H. Barn,-- 3 Is spending a fdW diys in Louisville $'s Mr. and Mrs. J. E. WiliH.ams who hav,9 been isHlng Mr. 'VjUsaims painsnts of Iloatjboro N. C, linvo rjuurrwad bam,. MI3S Onplra C. Stevns arnd 'Mr. H. 1. BrorJ.n wore nirriie,d ai (j'ne rp,rria?a Tuesday nig,hi by Iley. W. R. Hun, Uv?y left immoAa,tcly for (j'w Jinide home, iaftr pcndlnj; a few dayp jivita W rprenta, Uioj- - laaTe f,or VVjcCa I1"1 . where t'jhoy wi'l make flheir itufura Jnonm in Removing Prison Guards. 27 K'i Tnankforit, Ky., Sept. K. q'laiirman of ,thie domaF Brown. Jr.. Board of Penitent Iairy Commissrcmrw. gave out tno following 9taliemetit. to night in answer .to the interview iglvi-- n out fay Banlel E. O'SuUlvan, pnesen( ohalinmon of Bioard of Brison and published in W10 ropers ao Thura.da-t I Al! pir-cnt- iJ ' m wk. fUM-BR- m NV29aiHHIiiKlliiiiiiiiiiHHHPflBraiaHHHB noticetopro'gressives. All Progressives or Bull Moosers of the East and , mi-f-- ir' r -- y West Hartford voting pre- ' t"1 l-r Iv5li-wjy- ' u-- i il lf teeaBorarr- aid to Praaldsat Talt. that gallant officer loat Ma 111 la the Titanic disaster b continual to parform ta dutlHOt th poattloa. Mai. Thomas Ithoadea was aPDMWw whsii Major Butt went abroad, and - w. cincts are requested to meet in court hall Saturday night Oct. 5 at 7:30. Im- portant business to be tfaTSSrteiftf-- r J. Ney Foster, Ch'm. Campaign Committee. Adv. Notice in. Bankruptcy. "Mr. Xanlel E. O'SuJiivan, pliairmart of tlio Prison Commission, has fpsuod v statement in defense at flrtvit and hJa associates of ,t,ho Prifon Board, and m do,lng so has made soma criticisms of the former board, ' of Whlch I wias member and chairman, wihioh Wo both unjust and untrue. "I am engaged in the praq'ico of my profession and liad lipppd Ip give my practice my undivided Sut tha1 sta'jemont of Mr. O'ulinn J Fp unrfur to tiho former Board of Prison Qoin ard ao at vuriampo Wlith tii j llat I factg as 1 know fc'vnn o feel i,t imy duy (to mate (tlil9 a'ltemtin;. "ilr. OSull.van'3 tnVirvilawtjsuviidpntly7 issued in an effort tpi lence the atrm of pubo iadIa3itdon and cab;plm aroused by tf.e Kpont nnwariaritdait of tn of Qotnrojasjiojnens, Board of Prison w'UcJi Mr. O'Sujlivan is ohainman, i'l dlaaliareing a large nuimjbor of traf16 and efffioiont emnloiqs of the ppal- wi'jhouiw.uiaa p mako, tienjtianif fbran ual.iiMBIwirj lot .unskilled ant I mls-t.one- uefcVM: (auning th Places liad of (the (Lvri9litiure anA reccmt scaajon dunlngr ithe recent rapes for he nomltn- -' g'we111! tlon for Congress jn grossional districts. ,becn-i.no- n.r -. BI PTSTORS GIVEN THEIR APPOINTMENTS Methodist Conference Closes ttir-muu- Representation of States ioElcet-- . oral College. Afib'OTa Arizona tu Sn.-ro.tr- tjJs oi-the-ir I ..'.... .,.. inu.1',1 i JiuJc i mRy ba r ufr i Mfl ftciJi nul'' Vl'ion oxtail ,1M1. Uils OLATON. at Arkinais Cn.hjfioroia I ' 'f Mi f 6 1. . niJjljtlWi 'to Jie t20" . A. B. Gardner, t Bpavr tU'ltuii 1h Onit, n -lt--v. Re. Colorado 7 ifiimj;tto of Dam, began a RDirles of mctjingp ntj t'o Morgantteld Rev. Joiner Connecticut apprpiwln.l:l for a JqX 6 l Delaware will the two JioiMfls of Ooniiuyiw to liuire Olivton BuKist cliuipli iUiw & turned to 'Hartford. 6 ( ,Oigov" Florida into tlia qucijoii of rcfhruj aid conOnuis until rnlluy nlfiilt' it Georgia rai,t), anil ruiont ut tja w&fikf- l,A'0 "cwnons u 2 p. m. awl J"t of tfie rps.t Tlio " 4 t, I Idaho nraqJiU)l?. hieldP, ptf Itookmo-nUlilt. Uro. Bircti ' of PPjtpil H;itnoia tlie : l0 Wic tuiral li"1 W unil K'., 0e PatpJ". Tftit wiark lot tocttcrtinjr Clvtrch SfvUih was h?ld at iMonaiaTiiJ d, .3' '. o'clock Monday, assisCdnsr in tfie &r. noal wiW Uie mlf milfcon A resolution Indiana Ky., Monday ' mornlnar. 13 Iowa ,., I I .tnwly PTfV', vjoos. touching woman's suffrage, wHic,h will 10 ,... hviy iw .Juvshod out at a BUbaoqUOTt amfer. Kansas . , , work will ba done utwttr .bo TJiia Mr. Albert Moxjey, wtfa and 13 '..-- . or LoRan WaUr Pae, djrcFtor of Vjiy, Mja, and WJ Mil fifoi'&Y enoa provoked a WTirm idiscusriipn and j Kentucky . . . . 10 Louisiana (the office of public road, fVVI't-moof of rondsviH, Bouite !, iwis pucfa "f was tlnally votea aown. ahphi'-- t I Maryland .' (A3 wvOf'y Mr. and Mr Jolin V. AJJjn, on Cliiur.-l- i of Arjcnitu,re. calllntf for eva.ne.'igv'ip sarvlP '. Miamo ,..' 6 tlio UaK 'nilrjioin H4ptVP'L'"' ' lUrcct Friday. I knows, i tp be held each 'day iwas Hpid on t ,'. .. ... .S Mi3sichutts Willi' bo onto' a a1""1!! btjnnCmK P1 iMr. Itobent D,uke lian rrrtmrnjqd lipme table, after a diacuiwion, dphn ,U ifie1' 15 MJqli,iffan . , . . ' of but ntH.otuyuo.iuP tor t'10 IH of InuiaVTlilo, read tj-- freiniciaa nPorf. from Slaug,literBviH. Ky, U 1. . . . , Mln,neba a tt'mi',1 pirciAUmo if Jw ffulp 'f Mj. Jamea JIall and ijfe piMoQwIy whliqH a'xawed a aliortage ovcir iaist sua'. Mississippi ' il qtfww persons ln intiaFfHt "W rSOPtpr t "This Btatement i unjrue, pnd In mllljotv mora piut ,apjft.at-meat- s (,he county, and, Mrti. iMefivina UalJ The Bluhop ilioCoy rmA Uo aa-ltime and pCace and phiqw pause, if o Crack were guests of very bad taste fnom on M(soui ba ojendd from Unfjo ftuniH trpn-bfor (the followinjr yeax and t'10 any tlney Jiave, wjiy thp pratyer of paid whose appointment was made for poll i I. Moatiana uro fnqusihlt ll to Saturday. before ilio ntul "111 ofnfriwit " toivnwv t , patiiiioner should noft bie. grotntod. Nobraslta senvice, and who ha made, vry sVuylanl rotvdJtVMi But UplAJUj lnvo.'k Mn Jane Pay bm has returned lipm era of Tho ncpubjjjcan. sJ-upont Wl,tns the Iloaonabie ,Wajtfir (Evans, removal and every apppjntmcint, op Nevada ovry Male of Uie iUtyin from ttender, Ky., Iwjirre on inoad in owj:nsbouo (Di&Tnjcrr. . Judge 'oi eaJd Oo,u,rt, and tho tfenj tfiero-o- f, member of New Hampshire....,, , several utoys fis Wio cue p l'ie,rid(i,uii-te- r, the board. Jpr paiyitiipal Jif rn&l'itm a will a ioo wiy t' pller. , S. J. Tlioninpn, pre6id,-JnatO,isnboro, Kentucky, m paid Now Jersey Mm. K. W. Wilson, It would tend tits Btotcmienit jo ruly oi,tod. t, Heaver Dam. A. I M?U; iqaiiwun I distriPt on tlio 26th day of Safltonvbar groaoy to eaumera,te all pt thorn, but New Mexico Rev. Wllberfc K. lla)l hafl been on Tiho policy Ituiit wjll o,vrn the oxpsn J. B. Cherry, ono to be hiwHI New York I A D., 1912.1 a few illustrations will surface. paat givcra! (Jaj- tho tho lJt dltitro of thi tirit nppfoixumon by J. S. Harliod; CitfPwn Cireult, A. O. nOiNALX), Clerk, i ! North CaxoUna "Two assistant deputy wardens Ipp t1 Mw. Annio M. JanJoJ, Mm ?V,l-"- i hqwict-. outlined at a rtccmt Olty Stafion, Jtf. E. DUNN, Denuty pierk. North Dakota a:. W. Alex ltojter; Central Eddyville penitentiary Juyve peep. hp.mo4 A, Seerctmfy lot AnlcuJtuM W(wrMi, foil' UinM, Mla Garnet d'Hx, Mr. S. M. Curr; Clovrpprt SHlMlpn, : I by Mr. O'Suliivan and his aaioe!iate--l- s MoJey, undMr. J, 1'. lAlioai woroninonj; Walker; Drako.sjjorp Mdon, P?um !? Ohio maAtw Ooneral HlMiawk tomd w Dedication of the McGrady Creek of tho Oklahoma It. W. Jolins, hrptther-in-ffiafitiOnpled, the bo un equvjaibja illtmib'-tlo- n tlio"o from OUton wilw Ilaao, wjll Pwoll; Dundeo ClT.uj(;, J. IP. V.in,W; Oregon Baptist Church. BepreoentatlN e from Simpson cpuntty in, I.... a ded.ucvi.tion of ,tho MoaniUlii' Cnrk pa&-of .t'io nitwvoy among Uifl BUiitf lVjitJVilo Missjpn, J. A", .pmombnuiii, Poiuia) IvanU The .McGrady Crock BaptCNt Chum, Uie last OeneraJ Assembly, and the (irom Cburuii n MpOipdy pwok SiUuUny. Unux Uijs rulliVK cacfli ftpa amIW S"t jepation, G. I. Greenvlllo supply; 3 to appoint him was made (vhsn tn1 Uhodo Uland of whicli Bev. A. V. Armatnpps is tW-to- r ltaii.tbjt aiiunuJi Iuib U1H9I fllhe Olfiton V. about J" tbouwuul do,Uans., Of thl CiKrrutjt, I'. Dllilrm; areenvil'iio ( , South Carolina ihrw bill ta ri'onge the Prison pommfjslon and wlitjqh is located tlvouflayd will be allo.itiil tP tuch hew UirliU wHlch( are a HnPiJ1 Umprpv" HiO,ard; Ibvrtford C'irciayt, fT. V. JVjn"; eight 3 n wag pending; the other ntj3W-tu1S,ouUi Dakota milea" Ea4 Of Oiaiw, wins pVidycajtcd ,jjlio alrfady iionierpiw HtAto at omee, wWjO the renaming two menit anian It. D. Dennett, aujpjy; 4Iaw?gvt(lf.o Cir Ternies-gc,. . .0 . . '. . . . o Sunday September 2Mh, t!vo ttentoatpry s9 warden s a brotheir of a Stafo Senator Ii naA' Mif JiW. to be wail tfiawpud will to nctidl cuit, Ii T. Ou.tomIiwU3biin; an,d Du - Texas 2' J mon bain delivered by fcho Itw. A. in he last Sanaitie, Promdso (to h'm was iM,!". C. S. Moxjey uwl John r. AJin It 1 Jlio ti3 a ma,iUi4iano lfun(L moro, 8. E. Uasland, supply .' 4 also made while Uie bill for thocpuanire" of Beavnr 'Dani. at 11.00 Utah offloja,l 40 ovpPnd tMl8 wero in Hartford Miaitu(nciay. puiufwe of ' Girpuit, H. C. Wilson; dtvewnoro .Cir- Voxnvont 4 a. m., follpwied by tjhe dodlontory pray- of tlie Prison Commission was pending. Mr. J. A. .Daniel, of Jlirflonl, was olfflit tliouauiwl in ttvcili Ktaite In 'putcuit, C. y. IlaiTtfoid; iMapco OirpUt, It Vilralna 12 warden of the EJ-d- y er by the pastor, Uev. Armntrantr, Tho The , n t'io here Saturday and Sunday. roo;3a ting one ox two P08' U. Tally; North Harttnni MifHw, J T' churph ... . WiasUlnston vllle lonitonli:ary John CliKfonj is quite a btviUj'iCul if,rom9ttra'-tur- o is baat 'of eOjUAliiHon. It, of cpurao, vll It. AUjimond. simvply; pwenisbpio,, (Hr'C-Inrid- go Ww 8 Virsrinia and was orcanisadd J,uly 18, 1S94 a practical politipion ot Ohrietran BounWomei Held for Gambliig. iVt i X"$aWfi M I""!1 "ow rW1 vlUl Street, . B. iHjfin; Owetil:boi-I3! WJqconAin wU-iro- 3. in 'ive ,i Sopt. with 10 members. And for some tim ty, wdtJiout any tll small mini, but Hte mvioywm "o Ncwv York,p.rrested in a hairlrivise'"8 Qlroult, A- - J, Eunnott, Owciuib,5ro, I'ra. Wyomlne I . managenvent, who oiwob 'h; Uie ntwtlnes were hold at fiv pepp',o'3 , far. ed. women, uod in on expofilinoiit tP .ee liow Avenuo, B. F. Wiilaonj Owwipii-I to Ids success In npundlng up liotnies, but jtpdriy its momnerEp islmf today In l,WJ Sattja iMemojtaJ, Lewies dtowwil, Qvi-bonIt will go i' puminjr eviHtimii iwmi p (ablltJiinent, wore HJfl Total a doaen times Iftrffex, and theif pJa-- 'certain members of the ;pt leslsiPl'.uro ball W-'- Xpr texfUiilnution Ocbtr 2, ' pnlmelcondtoiij. Woodtuwn. K. B. 'Moaw; jHmulin- 2U3 t iflia lewl-tlv- a to a Iclio.Ifio I of iworshlp i a thouind dojjvr struc- and doltvernna- (hem In ordor tp uot t)i0 "so mf flij Cv on a chant at fciiiibllliff. tw CUrRuit, J. H. Hpitiy; iitamo cir corral. Clillton eWoeej'a Vta wn,nV'n ture dedjicated to Ihfl Lpnd. Dibti,vf wio raldiJ tlio piaco ilvo taoral S.bito kov orauntxnjt money, cMit; Q. W. Duma; eajeruanepto Clnnu.it, IEAVER DAM Tho church was aeilintmd put of d"lt, Coj. Ilvnry T. Ilagerpian, a man of tho wpmfii had been Plaj'iiiB poorjvmenta nr'o otpwtinl ('n njfiirPir!;''t3 W. S. Houi parnollon "ml Oct. 3. Itev. A. U Moy wtus (rpiVfii and K.OO roisod for f)w Stplfl cUunh Ivlah oJiaructor, kjid hwit and iitu! ker w Itli AVrfc rwW.s, tJiealipged pro y fJie Isrl twilce the sum aHUod Island, IH. U. Shoitpn; Uu'lipntfyjrt. ncntly successful in inakyig thja ipddy-vll- ls We balldlns fund. prltjtor Xor forti mlauten. Tjuo oUier ei to thj, chaise fior UinqUuJarboe.l Oowmmcn'. In other wordo (Jie II. ponitentlJary a model inirutoon. Uov. Birch &hielA3, ot rtoAltpprt, Kv., are rlid to Jiave Jim bak. wvnirji, wlio looked oil, fiO Micro R.r. of ilf4.t fJioUiAiul loJiai by Mrs. W. II. Ajiwtin 'is mportcd no pmaicd at 2 p. m. Bro. H. 'D. Buntli Tho two ais'..ant deputy wore n'Kf" ""Farms for Sale. 'Cittr. mto t r.aefl, but tiU-'a Goinnictit dii tlia I notiil a tnu IVaniifort pviitontiUry won of FWedaiand, Ky., toad iv prayoil. bqifeir at Uija Prjpos IrfifSM or mmall farina. y One of the woncn lurul iW, anslier IninrAva ivwt ro,vU iiT,l mepn in rctU-tT. G, Newman, bro,tlwr-(Ji-fiof Mr. ftip oooepted a Of the srand dinner iwlVjch wiv fpf-Mp your tla1 l31 aH 1,ar abje. If you want to kwy. ''ffo M4s Djwucio Tayjor ,lifkuutal dp.'1iin 1 tit) , while tfw Uiu,t twwvty.fpur Porcy 'Haly, and Oeona) Ka4e,,f Elon the Krpund, after the COO had moavw excejvt Jl con,ts. ticorvM of '(Jiolr oliutuL-e- . If yoa want (p ""U, !i8' V"ur pol(ion in tho post pfiftfo iuj c'Jrrk. Ul T"'lK ovnondl tor ijlwt 121,1 WKSI43Y, 'Mr. .Pal T. WllUs has rocenMy fed, tliore rwnaintyd o,t tlw frwttnentu liott county, Knze Is (Jxo bfW&l"1 llt farms. to funril.-'- i nwWe'lt yoaaiblo to invPflove a naaiilir-ablf- J frleivU voluntecnd t)outlDUd ou Eighth I'ug.) ,I I a new automobile. ', Wt4! several Ky., It. F. I). No. 3 Hartford streteh of road in oa(h fttatjB ft boil. I afi-.a- .... wJi - rs J8 Me!. louiin I Cn-feixti- .... I 1 nt ....;.! W "Thesa removal wane made li ths faoa of the act of the pvi IrfT'jWW In 'lUia district oouqt of the Unltl which provided that no pntgon cf'l-:ia- l for liha ! .wefiejin rtlfltfliot of or guard Should be removed b th Stains Kcnjtutiky, Owcnshoiro Pivipn. Board of Cpmmisspners x?o after r In .ithe nWiter of mifts Bpiae, hxn::- pnbll-- htoffilng upon cha'sfs pref trr Ilrnt5 ed against itbcm, in writing, fo- On iilU 26tli I day Of Bex(t., A. D, eal '"flM'ty, insubondinfl(tiion, dereiio-tjp- n the prtflftion qf the 1312, on considering of duty, violation of tlw rujos aforesaid bankrupt for dasoliaiigo, 011 monasMmcrit of gaid prisons or cnuiejty on tfia ISSihjday of Sept., A. p.. 1912 it to prtionieirs." is ordered by tlio count Wnart a bjeArin; "Mr. D'aulUn. among pHhar (ti$p&t be had upon h,e snime pn Jhe &tn dfl" says: of November, A., V., 1M2 tocHro iid "Wllww ihe present, bpajrd (300k pMrg . oomnt o Federal Count (Ha;i ef. Ifiui-iof the prisms they found thp(t anurob vliio, Ko-.- . In id d,;stracit ajt 10 pnpjpck, of itjhe best mn in (bhasjiustjtutipn(shAa jn tt& forenoon, or ea tvar (frft0 .s bepn removed for polKtrjcal rpaisomn and vrap.trabje, and Uiajt npttco thfTeof be their Peaces alven fjo men ivfio (hadfcoani published one ttijma in Hnfpnd Iluju-lioa- abja tP bring politipal Influence t,o Jneur a newapopere pninfted IP frOd dis- upon certain members of tiho JLesgalu-tur- e. trict, and that oil Known prfldjyjons and I py r' n, p el I qir-cul- oonrip lit I lnetr w I nn,t le t duty e t" IHo"t I ne,wly-appoint- ......... I ...... 1 2S.-I- (expi-rienc- pe'il-tontja- ry lr o. .- .... o y n-j- tea-tifi- '; Bui-knot.- Ml-slo- n, - ii yr. waj-den- s wiip. t''s " PUn-no-- lnf Ji pur-uhis- biktful. I j "I nm rioting in sentiment out hero," Uen I). IllnKo, Attorney; W. V. Mlilklff. wrote the Inst girl cottager at the Jailer; K. O. Unrrnw, Clerk; K. L. Michigan resort. "Tho woods nnd I Matter Commltloner: It. T. Collin, Law Attorney Trust re Jury I'uml: T. II. llliick. Shernow nnd The only piece of mnchlncry In the have things all to ourselves HAUTl'OHD, KY. O. nrc having the time of our lives. Repairing and Dyc-ifi- fl iff, Hartford. a,Diiutliv-.- S. lioutc S, Hurt world to bo operated entirely ly elec we"They 1", Jones, Untwr Uniii, stand pllent In tho October t Will practice his pifsiiIon In lhl& Is tricity drawn from mother earth 'foul, W. 1. liirp, lUuluc. Court jY and adjoining counties. ComtncrcJal HANDLE BRICKS WITH PALLET now ninnlnp nt Cnmp Hill, near Car- - sunshine. Hut It Is n silence of n dlf iuhI run in flrt ftrcnt quality from that of the FinnLadies work given tltiut tlinc Miuiihiy tilt! (IlVlwiulry In Arll. and Criminal Pnictlco a Specialty, Jlsle. Pa. It has been In continuous MrncLiy wttks, eager. That Is iQanerat Appearance of Implement It operation since 1S70, except for short mcr It is breathless, two Oi'luicr Uilfil MuiHliiy In ' a. aa a. a. .1.... a. . a. a. .a H a.aaaa a. cvw.... PLA atf uagy.gcat Tan.L IbiiabI.J ttnmla uuu .iu Ilis .ir.ii.B.u.B ,.u a. a. an strange, since what they are waiting in two nct'kn. i rutu invciiicu inciiei ii:.iuu Jor Is desolation to them tho touch County Court It. It. WvuMlnir, J mice; Hats Cleaned by Kansas Man. different localities. whirl of tho winds. V. S. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. U. Sinllli, At- Draw- - of frost, tho sad In the Into sixties Dnnlel Repaired. There is n goldsn quality t6 the very luuit-'j- , a.iur.j,uru, loon cui.vci.rs urni A pallet designed for a different way bnugh, to whom every one In that lo- Law reflection of the yellow of tho jto handle bricks than has been In cnllty gives ciedlt for inventing the air, the Work called and Monday In each month. Court-tte- gln orange and red of beeches, the Indian Quarterly Quarterly on HARTFORD, KY. I vogue In the past has been patented by , telephone, and who also constructed sassafras, the yellowing brown of the fourth Monday In February, It Kansas man. The general appear - hundreds of Ingenious mechanical and the Mtuis. V. II. JJ.trm anil C. li August and November. darkening Into splashes of the sce of the affair Is that of a bag- - electrical devices, conceived the Idea rustyoak 8 Club $1.00 Court of Claims Convenes first Tues- San ll.li ati.icL..(x Uuit Ui.y Iiavo .fonn-- a crlmfon and streaks of luminous edge truck, but the that be day In Jiuuiury and flrat TueMluy In 084 across the lowermetal Is so that- operate could make a perfect clock bronze. There is nothing in the world lKirUnrMlu!.! fcr ilio eoral irac-tic- e conend jruas under the guidance of latent so like bronze as certain of tho oak October. of Iaw, I'icc.qFt ciilinlm.il and tllvur ptructed that a row of bricks can be electrical forces in the earth. Time leaves. Other County Offlcirr-- C. 8. Moxfley, uAs-jt- , Mr. Smltli bohig C'outatjr Attor-ivs- y larr&nged on it in a tilled line, resting on I has shown that Drnwbaugh has come Hartford Pressing Club, Surveyor, lord ille. Ky., It. K. V. "Occasionally by some roadside, Is iwwxjntod froni liractilolng aucb edges and end to end. The stack closer to perpetual motion than any No. 2; Bernard Vellx ,AHseor, Hart(their across some clearing, the eye falls on , la , Vaatatba, at1aal .aaa, a a lail..a.iaa ford, Ky It. K. V. No. 2; Henry Leach, census. Mr. Uttrnu will liwVlvldually V. M. C. A. l.I.PO., wcu .nu vi iiiaaa flmM aAa ut? (iiicu ill uu iuv uiiicr .Iiveilior. a great conflagration running close to ) Superintendent, of tbeae, but at right angles to them,' Hartford; OftIc In the Drnwbaugh timepiece, which the ground. It is the dwarf sumach, Dr. A. 1J. aocct Bucit ir.ictlock In Illley, Coroner, Hartford. HARTFORD, KY. kb bottom row supporting the whole. stands about six feet high and Is unHartford lU'.mWJaun building, Ilnrt-torwhich is a veritable living flame. The like all other clocks, the pendulum Is goldenrod is all rusty and the wild JUSTICES' COUIITS. K. the motor. It Is suspended on nn asters have vanished. The ground Is B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday edged pivot of hardened steel, the half covered by a patterned tier ..ru iuonuuy in Marcli, Tuesday utcarpet ter 3rd Monduy In June, Turadtv after friction thus being reduced to a mini- from the trees above. Slashing through jlrd Monday In September, Tuesday ali?r mum. The pendulum weighs about this riot of tones is something that 3rd Monduy In December. YANCYL.MOSLEY. . 45 pounds. Its central rod terminates Cromwell, Wedncday after V' glitters with an uncanny, rippling 3rd Monday In Marcli, Wedmsday after midway between the ball and the brilliance in the soft, steady rays of 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monduy In September, Wcdnesduy point of suspension, where there is an the sun it is the inland lake, which after 3rd Monday In Uciember. ordinary, permanent magnet. Fast- was commonplace enough when Just HARTFORD, - KT. John 11. Miles, lloikport, Friday after ened against the back part of the blue or gray in the summer. Now It March, Friday after gon?y W. H. & J. F.GILLESPIE IU Monduy In n June, Will practice hla profession In all tin Frlduy alter 3rd Courts clock case, at right angles to the is a sheet of quicksilver pricked by of Ohio and adjplnlnj counttra, Bssaj ft iS&ffiisr-- 'rWuy ttner permanent magnet, is an electro mag- diamond points. Proprietors and In the Court of Appeals. Also No net, the wire of which runs Into the ofJ,,..H,.iJa.ck?n- - Cm.ertowii, Saturday tary I'ubllc Offlca over First National "All through the woods is a rustling Mnrih. Saturday nt Bank. f.ie? i.ra,i41o?aaj.In'"June, ground, the earth becoming the bat- and scurrying nnd chattering, for the Monduy Saturduy utter i tery feeding the electro magnet. ?Er rHnMay '" September, Saturday if. squirrels are getting ready for winter Monday In December. swung nway nnd making a great uproar about it. LACKSMITHING ?? When the pendulum is i'enfrow, TuseJay after from the perpendicular the opposite Max, the collie, passes bis days in Z"a, V,0"1',' ln Manh. TuotJiiy Monday ln Muy. Tuesduv nfi.rafter .i pole of the magnets first attract and hysterical chases, covering the ground 2aJ J ft then repel, thus keeping up the oscil- in the splendid, long leaps that only .iioiiiaa lation. Olaton, a collie can manage, but always the AND REPAIR WORK kv'-- "i0 bunders, .Monduy inWednesday "tond A remarkable feature of the clock little squirrel flashes up a wSC8Hay a,r,er 2,,J Monday iuilurch Ohio County Uay. Is that there are only four bearings tree just in the nick of time-anafter 3rd barks U ednesday .fter 2nd Monday I," No? "ml HART ORD, Y. Monduy that are subjected to friction. staccato defiance In answer to the Drawbaugh said that his elock dog's yells of disgust and defeat be.,UirlVi,t 1'?,l0",J. KorilaJllc. Tuesday afUr All Matters Given Prompt Attenbewould run for hundreds of years low. Max has been known to dash tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS Pallet for Bricks. --.V'""."" i 3rd Mm. fore any part would have to be re- wildly Into the bungalow and drag SPECIALTY. 2nd Momy . newed. any handy human being to the tree ftack. By moving the whole stack In making the clock ready for work where some particularly exasperating .bodily the bottom layer of bricks Is turned over so that they rest on their it Is necessary to dig a hole in the squirrel was safely ensconced and deiSta NovSafcrrlday ""er ina Mon- flat aides and support the rest in that' earth about three feet In diameter and mand excitedly that his friend get the way, at the same time projecting far six feet in depth. Metal plates are villain down and deliver him over for HAUTFOHD POLICE COUIIT. enough outside to hold another row. placed so that moisture cannot enter punishment. If you speak collie Engand CURE LUNC8 'Filed up In this fashion, the bricks Into the mechanism of the clock, and lish you can readily understand Max. fUd,?eV,John u- - Wilson. CUy "The squirrels are tolerably tame. can be trundled to any part of a build- the timepiece can be so run that it will not gain or lose two seconds In a They will sit within armthrow ing operation and dumped there. w,t" .Cif.y,.CUncll.TJ-- . H. Williams. Mavor. year. and eat of you on a branch . ".,-.T!.nTk ukr.Is now running In the of- if you are quiet. The Once I saw PROGRESS IN FUEL BRIQUETS fice of clock Charles H. Drawbaugh, the In- one clamber up a hemlock with a 1'. Moore. Fnd Cooper, w. J. ventor's son, at Camp Hill, where have weighed a niSi-- i JrrV"-:1Thlt Country Still Lags Far Behind many visitors marvel at Its simplicity mushroom that must on his haunches, Chair. sitting up pound, and, Some of European Countries, w: K "33X5 fc ESS hl: and Ingenuity. deliberately eat It to the last shred, i Eapeclally Germany. winking defiance when I insisted that JIELIQIOUS SEItVICEa ANIMIL THROAT AN01UH6 TROUBLES. was no dead it was Considerable progress has been MOTOR POWER FOR JEWELER squirrela toadstool. There next day, GTAXANTZSO SATISFACTORY! FECIAL OFFER:wUl 1 day In eucli bo under that tree made in the development of fuel bri- OS XOVX7 SXPTJHSSI). month. 3un.7? W.ori,Z!lZ WHS JU Atrial .. . " for Starting, he must have won the bet. mika joa oar psrmsntnt ctuu.ii.tr. netting in the United States during Tn!"ee ITWltllMlUt-- l .rTui? jcry pujitor. "The air is full of wings. The. blue-Jay- s tiat-ilsStopping and Reverting Current the laat two years, according to Edt trarn- and crows and wrens and blackaa It Desired. . even hv Ml lTfrai.1l: InnHMUl ward W. Parker, in a statement Juaf :5 a. m. .?.. uiih.i.. ocnooi1 birds and woodpeckers are yet In eviflCAKANTZE T i rutiL ovety "u"k1"M". Wed made public by the United States though the robins are gone. Write ttfdMyi Mentha thlt Paper. newluy 01.,,lT The foot wheel of the jeweler and dence, survey. This country, how-er- r, -- very siillSt"?? V,""rc?-S"v- '"fourth sweep and caw, the blackstill lags far behind some of the watch repairman is being replaced by The crows and chatter and all the SEND 10 CENTS the electric motor. The installation birds shrill European countries, particularly toeonrptilifM4pMklBCu4nMltkkTalft1 woodpeck ig touiwiM m mmmmm mtmi MfMwr wtia a in this line or Industrial activ- of such a motor is here shown, says tree trunks resound to the eaPmor'mf,TnaSU7nduaJrIij! lMtrMtlr 1lmiJfUtr4 m4 Ma Bk, ers' tapping search for-- Insects. A klU.Mttu7vtvifliitrfMrteate,tM. JJ Sunday Scool ity. In 1909 the production of fuel the Popular Electricity. The first of couple . hopping of infinitesimal wrens Abriguets In the United States was the three switches on the bench starts SECRET SOCIETIES. about through the leaves will make a 1S8.661 short tons, valued at $C52,697, lot of noise. And all day long this Hartford Lodt.e No. 175. F. Succeed when everything else fall. an increase of nearly 55 per cent In A. nieets nrst nnu third Monday AnlKht M feathered army Is closing in on one. In nervous prostration and female quantity over 1908. In 1911 the proeach month. Owen Hunter, W.M ii sun is hottest on the "Where the weaknesses they are the supreme I, foreman .Secretary. duction amounted to 212,443 short yellow grass the crickets still chirp remedy, as thousands h'ave testified. jtoas, valued at $769,721, the Increase and the green katydids sing from FOR KIDNEY.UVER AND to two years amounting to 72,782 short UJaWSlfa-"MJaaBaaaft bending stalks. The crickets creep i STOMACH TROUBLE ions or 62 per cent. In quantity, and into the bungalow on the logs for the THE it Is the best medicine ever Mid E. Aa $317,024, or 70 per cent, in value. chirp from the corners fireplace and over a druggist's counter. SEWING la Mr. Parker'B opinion, more atten- -' W. Mlaa of the room. Lizzie Mlll; MACHINK 'tJon should be given to this industry, Iitm5i? il'er. LoUe No- - u. KnlshU or "Some morning, when It is particuOF M on it depends to a considerable delarly golden and still, on your throwcree the utilization of some grades of QUALITY. r osier.K' one &s. ing open tho doors the world will be .fuel which are now wasted or sold at Jiarttord Tent No. filled with a tremendous chatter of meeta everv fir.t .bh 'tiTJl.Vv...1. ".. Jets than the actual cost of producbirds not of a few, but apparently tion. The reprehensible practice of -! Very Serious NOT of all the birds on earth, all talking booting bituminous coal "off the Sunshine Hive No. 4i" r. n m ,. SOLD at once. Rushing out, you find a dozolid" a practice notably prevalent It is a very serious matter to ask en trees inky with blackbirds, gather- UNDER 1n the fields of for one. medicine and have the coal In the ANY Jeweler's Power Motor. ing for their migration. For two or Mississippi valley produces an inorwrong one given you. For this Acme Lttdva No. .110 i n . ,?. OTHER days this din keeps up and ocdinate proportion of slack, which and stops the motor, the second pro- three aecoi.u and fourth Friday nlBht reason we urge you in buying to NAME. In casionally the thousands will move up jnlght be made into briquets. vides for three different speeds and bs careful to get the genuias the third instantly reverses the motor, to another Bet of trees with a sweep ' "" through the air like waves. Then of WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Men, meeta second 1!. imp. WORKED LIKE FOUNTAIN PEN even though it is running. Wednlv "o,X EIHs i"oS: BUctk-ddraugH1' a sudden they are gone. You did not If you purchase the NKW HOME you will & nJI" A T them on their grand flight nobody have a life asset nt the price you pay, and will iutordi see " Iat0' ot No Time Lost With New Paint Brush ever does catch them at It. They slm-pl- y not have an endless chain of repairs. Hartford Camp, ".'., O. W wo. 202 by Dipping It Into Can Does Liver Medicine mwtH ,v..rv m......".i were and now are not, so far as Itt Work Evenly. you are concerned. ,J Wllto'": -The reputation of this old, reliaQuality W'T VVull""" "Every day the leaves drop faster ble medicine, for constipation, inPreston Morton Post No. 4. a Most Ingenious is the fountain paint Considered digestion and and the paths and walks are hidden trouble, """ Satufdu bef?rit. ly established. liver does not is firmbrush patented by a New York man. It otd All ..4,0nd.ay ' under them. The ground is speckled imitato month. kit the This device will not only save time I CoJiimander; J. M. Holers. other medicines. It is better than A slanting aerial In wireless Is not with resinous pine cones and beech because it does not have to bo cnniin. others, or it would not be the faCheapest Woodmen of tlio WoUdThvV..6 ually dipped Into n can of paint but ns eillclent as the horizontal parallel. nuts and acorns. A sharper frost than vorite liver powder, with a larger of machine teleg- usual pinches the last geraniums in sale than all others combined. Jt will do Its work much more evenly B' a neW 8'8tem n the end fourth TuoKdayttftornoon,'!' your garden and at night the cold as it will always have the same i raPny 30 words a mln,"o can be sent. creeps up through SOLD IN TOWN Pa to buy. and the living-rooSuiushlno lllvo No. 42 L. O. T. A metnoa nas Deen aevisea ror stor Amount of paint on Its bristles. It in Jr.. you edge toward the blazing fireplace. very simple, like most really Inge- ing electric heat to be used for cookoory flnst and thlid J.rtay nlffli If you wunt a sewing machine, write for "After the long stretch of quiet, oar latest cutulOKue before you purebaM!. nious things. The bead and handle of ing purposes. In tticli mouth. Airs. Att, antOa, light for every shining, perfect days of Indian sum There is an electric the brush, Instead of being a solid The New Horns Sewing Machine Co, Orasge, Mass. Laly Cominanderj Mrs. H. E. Ml,liv! pleoe of wood, la hollow metal, form- - inhabitant of the .Manhattan section mer you notice one evening as you Laly d Keeper. draw the curtains and shut out tho Ladies! Sve Moaey ud Keep t of New York city. ItoufiU lUver Ittgo No. uo. Kutslit). The export of electrical aparatus In last glimpse of tho reddened sun dropStyle by Readiig McCall's DESERVED IT of 1'y.Uibs, 1911 reached the enormous figure of ping back of tho black trees into tho overy nVtht. Maguine amd Utiaf McCallfatteTBS rising. It cornea U. L. Tujior, C. C. J. Ney $19,355,536, considerably In excess of. lake thai the wind is JC. fast and hard and imperious. All night McCsU'iMsisslssnllt other figures in recent years. of It. & S. MKALLS MAGAZINE help jim dri'M All vessels carrying paotengers to the acorns beat on the roof llko bulat a imuliTiuo the ports of Uruguay are re- lets and there is no wild scamper of and from 1'iK'ni.u hy koaplim A. S. 1 NOT 6 ion post. nl on tho squirrels or raccoons above your head quired by law to be equipped with '' laii'kt fashions in LJaxtP J nothing but a steady fall of somewireless telegraph apparatus. i ImlK". und hull, to National Officers: New rrolilou Duslcni street thing crisp and whispering and The engine of a motor-driveIn .'sell Al'.u sprinkler in England also is used to iliiulilj Inrorinailoii b- - Kump ia- d.!r,arpe!,firnriMUrM-- sii. i Hit linnin snU morning you find 88 you try operate one pump to fill its tank and "In the Only mate twicers: liulU'ts. to walk against that- - relentless cold another to help scatter the water. V ii year, llicliulinsr H. M. Kronmn, Carroll county, Prea. ( . n friu Bui).' For measuring the resistance to wind whipping the lake Into white-cap- s reU' Henaer1' county Vice Pre'sld nt kiiIjo tmljy or tend the electrical current of poorly bond that only a few leaves atlll cling fur fiio lamnlo cony. 8. B. itobertion, UcLraa county, Seo.- ed rail joints is the purpose of a de- to the naked rets. The bungalow, kkCsll NlUru will ennliloyim to mako In your owu liiiuip. nuliyiuViinii tiauilo iluthliii.'for Warren county 8tat vice Invented by an Ingenious French the ground the pjths are buried th ourMll I.H.I iliililii'ii wiiu ivillDoiKiilurt man. brown leaves. There is an edge in C. C. Allrn, Henry county, and Lat-tIu styio and r.l. 'rlr-.- m. tilelier Hull 15 Graves, Allen county, Assistant utate mini bend Inr Irm l'u "vni luialouuu. ( Because of its high melting point the air that is brutal and you hurry Wt WJ! Cir Yoa Fim Prruali fur rretHnir orsanlzvrs. tungsten is being used in an expert back indoors, for you know It Is all nib, lioaid of Directors. Ben "VVotgon, WarMrliHionsiiiiiniH.jourlrU-nili- . .Si'iidfnrlroo 1 ri'iuiui i ren county; C. M. Burnett. Ohio counmental way in the place of platinum over for another year. Winter is in sulnjun and L'ali I'ruu tliror. ty; A. II. ilrooks, Hracken county; It. K. m iucau ccwwr, za u: wtt jth a, Kra imc on the coutact poiuts of Induction and the barren air." I. Itay, Ilurdin county, and J. !'. Uoss. spark colls. , Muhlenberg county. Fountain Paint Brush. Ohio County Officers: Wireless operators In England must Adopting the Idea. H. Ij. StuvenH, lrvs.. Heaver Pam.Ky. ing a paint reservoir. A number of have a Ucenso and there are strict Henry l'lrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. The fastidious pickpocket, cauc.it perforations lead to the brlbtles nnd rules and regulations to bo enforced V. Treus., Hurtford. Ky. BOOKKEEPING through these the paint continually by those who are conducting tho ex In the act, objected to tho handcuffa COUNTY UOARD OK EDUCATION. the policeman was snapping around leaks, keeping the brush alwaju tilled perlmcnts In this line. Henry Leach, Chairman, Itartfoid.Ky. Policeman Why did you throw that with paint, and the Eu.no uiuouut of plant of the nis wrists. At tho Hawthorne 1. L. U. Tiuhenor. Hartford. It. !'. D. TELEGRAPHY iuobu uro j0.ce writer out of tho window? uiMiur, nu vuuiiiiuiuuu, paint. Or the brush can bo made Western Klcctrlc company nt Chicago No. 5. 2. K. C. Hurtford, Reynolds. Ky. Magazlno Kdltor Ho came In here with a wooden handle and with a re- are three Chinese students tent out too amiquateu. uan I you nt mo out 3. M. 8. 1'atterson. Oluton, Ky. Its I'ruldfnt h ... movable, reservoir setting into tho by Nun Yang university to study the with a pair of tho 'No Metal Can and asked mo If duck pi.nts were 4. H. L. Alford, White Run. 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Mllllcent stepped llshtly from her llmouslno nntl Into tlio foyor of the theater. SI10 was consclouB of an unusual plcturo In her big drooping hat and frock of palest raauve; thcro was Just a HUggcstlon of melancholy about Mlllicent that on ly exaggerated her charm. To tho man standing near tho ticket ofllco sho seemed tho embodiment of nil that was lovely. Mlllicent looked up and caught his eyes 'fixed admiringly upon her and tho color flamed Into her checks. Her fingers trembled slightly as sho, fumbled for her ticket. A frown sped swiftly across her faco. Tho tlckot that sho had taken a month or so ago waa not In hor bagl "Wo have been booked back for the last six weeks," tho man told her. "I did so want to see tho play," sho informed tho man behind tho window. As sho turned to leave tho foyer hor appealing eyes swept across space to man whose gaze had the brought the color Into her checks. "If you care to take this seat I will be only too happy," he said In a perfectly Impersonal tone. Mlllicent hesitated a second only then In a hurried voice thanked him. "And you are not robbing yourself I" she questioned. "The seat will go begging if you do not use it," the man said and gave her the ticket. Mlllicent reached down into the depths of her opera bag and brought r bill. forth a "la that richt?" she asked and did not raise her eyes. A dull red mounted even to tho man's temples. lie drew back swiftly then as suddenly took the money. "Thank you, yes." He raised his hat and Mlllicent went into the good-lookin- g two-dollawell-filled IPICNIC! 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? 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Tho success of the play had come, not through any hectic Iovo affairs vltli another man's wife or any great financial crisis. It was merely a pretty, domestic drama told by well balpeople. There anced, healthy-mindewere no scheming politicians and no wan oyed heroines. The hero was big and and the girl he loved was sweet and she was not Jealous nor catty when her handsome lover danced with tho dark-eye- d Suzetto. Mlllicent felt suddenly very small and Insignificant and unloved. "It is only play girls who are so simple minded," she argued with herself. She glanced' at the 'man beside her. His eyes were following the gift on the stage and Mlllicent fancied there ad- was more than the theater-goer'- s d broad-minded theater. $j 50 Bushel s o Bushel Kew Early Gradus . . . ltnrafnrff'ft Market Garden I.J.JO Bushel Suckbee's Lightning Express fo.00 Bushel Lattuce, sUtiah, Toeaaio and a lull line el Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing pots. 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' ond act. - The man beside Mlllicent again went out and in her vivid imagination she pictured him as buying great clusters of American beauties and sending them to the stage heroine. She wished now that she had not seen the play nor the man. Way dow in the depths of her nature something had stirred. Was it the play or was it the man beside her whose personality seemed to have overpowered hefT Whatever it was Mlllicent waited with rapidly beating heart for his return. The light went down and she began to think he was not coming. "How perfectly ridiculous and silly of me to feel this way." She laughed scornfully at herself and ended with wistful eyes. Against-hewill she turned toward the back of the theater. Yes he was standing there. A moment later ha came down and took his seat beside her. The last act was drawing to a close when resolution suddenly became apparent In Mlllicent. The color crept slowly up to tho shadows beneath her eyes and her lips smiled. With a very gentle almost unfelt movement sho leaned nearer the big man and slipped her hand through his arm. A sudden hungry little jerk was all tho reward her efforts brought forth. He did not turn his hoad but Mlllicent watched his Jaw set. A moment later her Angers closed over the ring that dangled from his watch helped me Inside of 4S hours. At chain. ray the Still the man remained as if carved the end of asked week I called on me. him to examine doctor and stone. in He said I was better than he ever Mlllicent struggled softly with the expected to see me and asked If I wns clasp that held tight to the chain and taking his medicine. When I told him taking Dr. I wus finally the ring was in her own hands. 'Heart not, but nns said, 'ThankMiles' Ilemcdy, he tho The big diamond flashed In the Lord for Dr. allies' Heart Hemedy.' I of tho theater and Mlllicent continued to take It, and while 1 realized my heart was damaged so 1 drew a long breath of contentment. expect a permanent cure, for She looked lovingly at the ring for a could not fifteen years I worked every day, notmoment then up into the big man's withstanding I had been told I would necr work again. In Jul), 1911, I was faoe. Her voice was only a whisper. again, it taken with "Billy dear I want my ring back- -It went to my rheumatismbefore. I and so sot heart as you still love me." 'In that little bad that one ot the Albany papers eager whisper was all the love that a wrote up my life and suid I could not hungry man longed for and his hand live, but a few hours. I again took ery Ilomedy with Dr. Miles' closed swiftly over her own. It was satisfactory Heart results, and have not as it he had folded her within his inlaKi'd a day at buslneks or In tho lcgUlatuie since January. I feel that arms, saved Dr. Jliles" "I have never ceased to love you, my life und Heart ilemcdy has It too cannot recommend mine," ho told her and highly." sweetheart of slipped the ring back on her finger. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is told and ouaranteed by all drugalsts. "See how completely I surrendered," she said happily. "I had my ticket all MILES MEDICAL 10 CO., Elkhart, Ind. tho time." r semi-darkne- operation was performed, with the GROUND marvelous result that within a few COST TKE COMPANY MONEY weeks Blomnuist recovered. He was Salvation Army the Not Altogether in full possession of all his faculties, t Willing Recipient of All Kinds but on being tested In tho matter of of Spoiled Food. reading and writing, he was found to have entirely forgotten the meaning If the pure food commissioners of the alphabet and numerals. One of ever set after the Salvation Army's the doctors undertook to him commissary department they will no all tho forgotton lore, and aftera not doubt make nn interesting raid. very considerable time and much in"The stuff they would confiscate is dustry, niomquist Is again able to pot the output of our kitchens," said read and write. He has now left the nn army collector. "It Is donated by nursing home, where he has been people who have mado a mess of under the care of the doctors, and rewhat they tried to cook. This morn- turned to work on bis farm. He Is ing a woman telephoned that a ten robust In health and shows no trace pound fruit cake and a Jar of currant physically or mentally of the exjelly had not turned out satisfactorily, traordinary experience he has had. and I could have them for the trouble of calling for them. I went The Booth and Oxford. "Through evil report and good recake is pretty hpavy and the jelly is not jelled, but I think the ingredients port, and In spite of much physical are pure, so we are going to dis- disability, be. slowly came into his tribute the stuff among our poor own. To one who is aware of his befamilies. Unfortunately all donations ginnings and lifelong Imitations it are not so Innocent. Dread and cake seems almost grotesque that staid, solid enough to sink a gunboat Rnd conservative Oxford so jealous of her chunks of meat so poorly cooked that Innminv en haartv In hr nlihnrranpft not even a French chef could turn of "the Philistines" should have them into a savory stew are sent In fcrred on this roan her degree of Doc-tFirst Baseball CraaE Kill the or Civil Law; but Oxford did It. plre kill the umpire. by incompetent cooks. Where people ever got t$e notion that the Salvation and Booth deserved it. For into the Second Ball Crank Dont say that; port 1 just Insured aim yesterday. Army is a dumping ground for unde- very heart of Oxford and of all of desirable eatables Is a mystery. We cent English Booth had driven his own certainly never asked for them." conviction tbat the most venerable of New York Press. human laws are but a dead letter unFOR FLETCHER'S less and until they are suffused and applied by the Higher Law ot Love. Marvelous Surgical Feat. An ex soldier, named niomquist, has All over the world there are- - thous just been pronounced cured, in Stock- ands of people who owe it UPPER AND LOWER holm, Sweden, after one of the most to General Booth, and his blatant, conremarkable operations on record. A spicuous reminders, that they did not year ago niomquist was accidentally quite forget "Who Is My Neighbor!' shot In the bead during the maneuv- The Churchman. ers, and it was found that one half of the bratn bad been injured, and that Husband Called Her Fat. the only chance of life for the patient Mrs. Tessle Marcusson filed a suit lay in its removal. After much de- for separation from Leo Marcusson on liberation by the doctors the perilou" the ground of cruelty. One ot her chief allegations is that on many occasions I be taunted her ou account of her size and weight. She said last May he home A Prominent New York camethrust inone night,a awakened her her face newspaper adand Politician Near Death vertisement of a remedy to reduce Hon. R. N. Lansing, of Rensselaer, weight and advised her to use it. Mrs, N. Y., Six Tlmea a Member of the Marcusson also said that a letter was Aasembly, Telia of Narrow Escape. sent to her from a Denver concern ad"About fifteen ycara ago I was vertising treatment for stout women. tuken with rheuIt was an answer to a request for In matism, which aftected my heart formation. She believes her busbaud had the letter sent to humiliate and producing what was called val-- v distress her. u I a r trouble. "Dey say dat Btll has an angel for Throe I doctors would told me s wife." Almost a Mlraclle. never do another "Yep, and 1 It won't day's work. One of tlio mrst starlUnjr s.haiv?oo.-- beforo he'll Gndguess what set be loag out she beWhllo I had many tusoordlng 'to W. It. longs to " seon in tuiy nun, remedies recommended to me I Holsclaw, .Clarendon, Tex., wiu effcod got a bottle of ihid auoU Dr. Miles' Heart years jwo in Ills broth., "He l ltemedy and It a oousli." Iiu write, "ifiaX all StaXo lot Olilo, Cty of Toirflo, IS MADE A DUMPING r re-tea- or Children Cry well-to-d- CASTOJRIA o our family thousrht ho w eqlntr ttnro l)r ". consumption, bu,t Ue .besui Kins' now lli:oviry1 and w,as twa-- J by ten IwUles. Nrv he i PlctPly IVu,ndb-Ko- r sound itn-- wejj and wxCul11 -our funnily dns M"! nuiny ye.irj tjlls wutijlerful remqdy for pouslns an! 1 1 , I 'jucas Ckunty. jm Frank 'J. Olieney make" ooitli thru lie t J. Is aeiviur parjyier of jtio finm f)f j Chuney & do., dnlm; business Jn t'1 ' City ot Toledo. County and r'a,te n,fore-s.Llunl that ruid Utrm wtM tiy ,li sum or ONU IIUNDIIKD DOLLAIt tor tii.it oaoh und ovw-Ruse of UaitwinU Colds with excellent watt'iy" Jf I1!"", cannot be cured by rjlie uso of Hijl't d'rpo roliu,!ile and KUra,ntoad. .FILUCK J. CllliNUV. freo 11. UKjarrh Cuie. SO cents and ,1.W. (Trial Sworn to butono me und vubscrjbed (n Anlv all drUKirK'tj. my day or .3o.inibor d, hcy-WI I proi'O.tiico, I "this Wh I tq ninwlns, lrU'. Arnica Salvo. iiiim iiutf brjj,lt?a. scruUilies, knocks, djuvuvd (.t, uitd t U"i.k r'j,ef fsruur" WU' '1 scaVls or ouli U 'is ',lvs,'' over- liandy for alo srlrl. at (U,lck. thltvrhoajujilo ami d W",:B '' tor Vile,- '1" uVlv' ' I aJJ druczlrtfi. It Looks Like a Crime.. soikirate alioy frum a "jox pf A. D. IMS. A. V. ,OucK-ln- 's lls St:.Vr) HaJJ's Catarrh OLKASON, Notary 1'ubv.o, Curos taken inter- !, lUs nally und auts arwtly-oCo blood an 1 mucous .surface g of t'ku system. Sj'IiI for tostlinonlals free. 1 J. UIIKNUY, - CO.,lTileio, 0. Hold by all Driwsists, 7Vj. I'Hja for constiTake Hall's Adv. pation I &1 -- l I V t I . . . -- , oon'luotit of the llfiphj.nvn rFVinjft'j.'n!', Uio miryfl Vn,o;hor Jinking i.ffont for i,ii!'(p.j tf. Jn the fliiioe of Ienituy nnrl are fi'icv, foot J mule .y the llcvmbi'.rin mart. Knterrd nrcorrtlnp to In Bt the lo1otflr by plivoed in position to nivk up" nil n cJt,:iii .'Jnii, (lio warn fi cX (iV Hartford, Ky., m mall mttr o! the wiond the chojoo mineral hands. How long ijw jn 1mm, ojuiiiyy aru changjiii l.hctr at'.itfulo will i ''0 If thj trMifttJon 'continues absoli'Gply conliil '.t wliicjh has lxwn in fctvor nf C-M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER uiyjl th'ae men C. l0 ' a nttcictuiHy as Jf Jit ImvWT1 party. In iujijvrt of jjhu i.s. EDITORS mm,NEY FOSTER Ui'itn? Every true KcntucMnfi so.rilon i quntnd tho rprw;on ft an HAMEY E. DUKE, J. his lioad In ii'mne n. tfie r?vli-t(ji- 3 PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. wonrin Induced ito iprv.k 'i fiunlAhnl by Sir. dttDwn's letter jn occnIonnl support of tin v,hw tfst wi,ftpslts reply t fie O'StOJIvon interview nnd to the Pythian affidavit. In wUjrIi It fs &houJ ho nY.gn jjhoniviivea iwi'J all communicatione A4dreaa .......... KWl J1MH , K ft nf. J! , UCVIUC TUH SnNNINU A IUT gOvnl Hartford Republican. on tluvt Jlr. O'riuJnn ritvl IMW, ilie clnnscd ktrirttv. Sni'li op;nly tlia, n.ppninyncni'.p ln (Aw Pmi- - proinie to tht.ni Js to no to rjlio Jiun eprtvRon from a few lnili,v,luai wif. "Y" Shaped Wire Frame Holdi Splka tontlnry iwotilrl hi NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS of Toy Until Sufficient Momentum il(HUiilT. ryi,y yi ivpuro. cent to n new win fumbled jhc memoy tp mrrj t!,c frnqJt,.)! is BoticctllxTc dridrlDF the It Acquired. look ut Un,t. not only ,lo,e, tha tiet must plTe the old nddree In making the election On the otlwr hand addrem nnd pn,rtimirly rrnineet. of the couniry, ;he crowd whlrfi now conro,l? tl'e An )ngcnU8 tttte device for spin. will not be returned rjnuollclted mannorrlpt publican pirty in Kentucky lt js ma. thoio who an in faor of ;li. (ufH-i.'ning a top has bee designed by a Col- sleM Hccmnpanleil 1; pnatape. Uiat orado man. It remains to be seen, Anocjtnone commonlcatloni will rectlxe no chino controtleiM, wi,t,h (.lie avpwcfl in- Vro wj.'Jt t'w l,nsn';si.'s, llu .lie free clvri'-slo- n tilhey n,r3 bciMiiiinir more B"n'Wiy jn- - however, If the top can be spun any tontion of preveuyntf attention. assortOdd of the jieojile Jn UiCjr uhftm for thunitie uml Jiard 7rkiin); v,ciy diy better than the average small boy can y ItiTi.Jp'y all (that nut bo dMio u promote tJn do bv carefully winding his cord up TXLBFXOITX. nominations. It is hqadaJ and snlnnln? his ton bv hnnil. A V atoiagii. aii-w.." of FevteiMl paivrs tKWH. TJuno Senator nnd Clriet dinr-'ne- r McGufpiiRfi, yaljonil Jol and J. t ami the r- - en(,8 of the armB tQ rcce,ve ,he gpko an.ons CommlUcenian and President of JLho Kn suit is lifird work evfrswheiv. They .vie of the tQp anj a 8plnj,e projcctIng FI'.IDAY, OCTOHEIl 4. yieky DistlKpas Aoelpciion, Avho pituitioii. They jnsjst on .takin (,hrir fr0ni the head. Below this spindle Is to Hradlry, on,d by i:. T. Flunks, part in nvlinx nin,?y Xor t've neciaary a circular groove around whleh the PROGRESSIVE TICKET. Cliairnutn wlio b(ilons to M oxncnMB of u nirty wMivdi la not ft. cord fits, but It Is not necessary to Cullpugh and Umdjey yike snuff. He nnticed by the "int?ivst." No (Mit''e wind the cord up. Just loop the cord risanllM.l 41l ." vu. For President, l"' innA im Inmild ma Cullpugh and Ilrsulley ij(fvkoa isntiff.i !e of their nupport In Wn alleiinWd anl THEODORE nOO&UVELT. wvo foiwrliit the none in likely to lc! amo Fna-nks the Odd For Vice President, Soclcu- - of jEmi,tj aqneraj American t ctmipnign Of Mr AVlIfon in GOV. HIRAM JOHNSON. years ago 'nivl who oppod find fVilt' may be flay thai, he Js devrtpp-in- g Judge O'Rcor last ypur, bctiiww Pif lip a,dnii,rube iiiinllies op a &u:V.y JCeintup-'ktirjnor. spKTiker, .lie unfortunately Jacks dufjiny.'. $18 Mlch frlcnd.Jilp for the ijjh elae oX a dollar (npni1 iixa Vfm' This is .a iine 1q: in his sportcjiefs. He continues t ni nr3 ( way it i going. . mon poopje iwjtli cp.iarhjp. The and elusive concemJnK tho f,r,un'js. pompciilsd mrty and iekot funni- is ftrue that hj ha" utLemntcd to .a'k ProsTfefillve All tJie poiltlciaw wHl r3 to pet off the Xence baton; xtfscHon day- - es tlve ony avenue of esicmpe roni fc'i;s on the subje)t on eve or twice, tint h" intoleroble ciondjition omd cnorj firmer Ins nothing definite iln Jatform a" I $15 How can any bitfneF if Pfl county wlvo bcsllQVies in organization mn.d qwry 'jhcr.3 is nothing MefiU'.P In him. it vqt for oitlrcr Tart or Wdlfpn when lfljboner v.lo to'longg ,tp rt UnQom, fefiouid Is nvst un.tortun.Ule for Mr. Wil-iJvote with .tlie ProgrcgigiMea o, t,he ppni. tha,t he It la known JhoU hot'1 of them is not h.vted for b:;ir. Jt is a not free .trade with Canada in nil farm ing ejocition and mike itjhis ypxty sufficient for lijlni, as Ike idI wlnn I ' force for the ,dositrup,tipn of tlje ro,wcrrS considering the (subjcot, ,to inen?ly gi;e jwodiifita? $12.50 and swed ond fraud Kvfich fire firo,t. '' 'tlve .word Or al- -' " The Green IUw Republican should an- tlfois boJi tJie old pxK l" M' Pfa'e u,teranie to m $18. vjijo Mr. noosnelt to 'ttell ut fco It is pujjpprf of Kentcky arid awer itself amatiines. , o in ;ie Pition. Tlverc is stiMl a yivial Jlfrlal imp Taft for Pddenlt d" Ws to know wluU Mr. Wilson tliyilc. st columns but its patent I qutfljfle about ,'Jie trusts Jid wlwjt liis in.tctlio.is A PARTY'S DESPERATION. hrpt'i-e- r week charged that C. P. Taft, a Top. $10 For Spinning of Tllie question to. the Preaaidjornt liad tasohHer with No radical action by parity conven ar? roacirdlns tlvni. the oubjcict proa.:- en(J Ulr best control is $15. nd mg Then pu the ghort of iHaxriiman and Ithe tions or new poetical de,veJppmrji(B of epreecntatlves est in tine minds of tho Am.eflitijn people and jn paBSDg through the groove e "Wativs-PioroOil Q-- , llnwwed th0 decided lmporia.ripe ,ma,rkqJ (tfie wouna oi n ithe present time, al'iee Jt .jg the the cord revolves the top In the oantmiign durinir tlvrj Madioro reviolution Jn Jlexjoo l,for $5,-- jho prieisildenitial matter tfrat mcMt nJfcots 4Jre paop's handle. When the top has acquired been returned j weel endins September ao. 000,000 and that It had ,ias sufficient momentum It will fly out of a premium of $20,000,000, fPnetty frkfa olmsfly for tfte enerpy s:iown by future wclfone. The PixvsixjssImo nory the handle and spin on the pavement j:.al it propo'ea ia no handicap hero. harge against (t(he Pj)epideut the Jlepublicain jnanagers Jn the djs firfroi3 samily. I UHilCV 111 ITII V semination of napor.ts .lfiviivg a foun. to do and what it will do when in pow D cUTV Idcf-neIn ita platform any! roas- do.tion only on tog. Pur,iBUay anx er is is gaining grpund ious and vloious or mU taken have be-Oo. ' ItoosevcJt Sr,dcd in the peqhs f Mr. Uooslt. (In Connection WitfuS. Rosenblatt, Hawesville.) mm4m of F,n.BenB th, w- -r ,'in hl thnousl.oMt tthe Ualtcd TMee is no change anjfwhcre do flavor ,o th tta Tur,,y H Net Been Apprecl t - U ron-i-: ,1Anrfiir Cation .In I -... ". it,lore Jvu, be?n a recrUdeL-encBy pa( y fnc staepla, of R;- - ot cither Mr. TaXt or Mr. Wilson and, tt,e far Soutfi his tavMpey pubim31 rii ln the WeSt and that in (ijhe very na,ture of Hiingu, tiheri iin eaed intense enfjuiasm awl (he jf the, An Illustration, of. the hitherto no y ,ms rcftUy fx, be aiono before nlction day. If there "uspected prosperity ot Italy la the Ofljor man w,lvo is malting a campaign bt TbaX Dt 6Uch Is UP be a lnndnd,e it can only Ue i Bot haJ to horrow tnat ,he inflJaey ttoe enttne Qouatr. Tne Tat pop 0( a pre. one diixton, and that oward Hooh?- -' fact Ja vejt. In liim aline Has the lJJU(t ot a vcub wi iuicihh iuvuv; iur iuc oollwed .eqmpjoteiy and the only conlowd hs. ja apnar.ent from the pense' of her war with Turkey. This twio men in tfM tisht Birtopmvttfa B"a in influx, wa ha(, CQlt lMy up ,0 Maj uguiarly coincident Idotee on whloh potential stnenfii wleii Wiison. If you do mt dere p. (rejturn .rare but always passible poJCt;caj f47.8SO.OOO, or Just 9210.000 hopoXul annouTOCMnent t a nD,T u?h day. me f 1893 con(lltfon of . Ot the PTioea fand hard was lly oesurrenw. To .imagine a lan,dsifc3 in since It began on September 27, Mil. f ,.... the cajnpajgn . -- . t w w, , nvuiaKer of 31r. Want and the direction of either .tho .ichooiinater, Nevertheless, her 3H per cent, govern' you win vote ifor Uqopev,ejt o,n,d Jphn- - by wJjo mUJ wjison, or the cumbrous Mr. ,Taf t moul merit, bonds are quoted la the markets sUpWJe?d I Itlwilr cues I from Ivim. Evtn th Pfleal- - be like imagining a landslide up Ml. ot Europe betweea 97 and 88, varying ; . V"H. GreHnivlF"r.opuqUanpubjshed dent Jilmaejf aeeras itp flaw nbtien ad-- t T.Wre is nothing drawing or OTr .pr. in Morgantawin abounfts in a;bu,ge tofplsed to chortle wjth the mat, as?rU ins or of the hammnr-ma- n jBgt m( Bank of ,ta,y( M of. no force (a iithe.r.ito cto acm report sUtlng that Italian fta fellow citizens wlnoiliiaTO Hhej!ira,ili-- j Ing iPloiqldU' dn u iiocqat 4nDarview: "If Thure is and induce a departuie of the Igrants send at least $90,000,000 a year proper kind of a cam.pa(lgn is (wag-pUQk-.tbond up .aupnart itlw iProsrcp-.iM- e -ttonqvt ': le on. ' back home, while tourists spend al- da opposition to the one nqmimiatr! Ud, wlU carry .Oregon, Kant"ns andiMIn-t- y mountain side, - r,ru lu, ,. -- , -. i.t.tm ii, o u.t.n .,.,, .v..A most If not- autta as much .In Italv. ...w .... tiheXt at Chicago, ibut j,ts putyde neao,ta, where ttie third ier.m 'treng'th w Either one of these sources of wealth things. tKkeee axe printed away 'from ihpme and laa rapidly w.eakened ince the ro;nt would snore than suffice to pay the Ample temporary accommodations have been secured. a,...- -. m c,.e uias&i ntq.uuiv.vui often contain arrficjus B.'voreiy . con- - tour ovr jithait seotion hy the pooUy's entre ,,enses of the war. Money I A modern steam heated, electric lighted building' will be deming Preaident TlatU A ieaning ar- - oonididate." that he is for noas4VM, ,by O3v,arnor B ,o abundant In Italy that when ready for the second term. tlPlie on th firat ta.3e Jat (wieek ijn-- 1 TUi,e needless fJing by Mr. Talit Ojt the McUovexn, heading the JtKpUUlJnan Ick popular subscriptions were opened In many cities for military aeroplanes to tgpnajted Uvat "bnojjv.r (aiiiarlje'' )idbein man who made hjin 4a Ma,t is e,t jn Wisconsin; the hepifrwt iiojuinmilo Unequaled opportunities are offered common school Hedges a,.?a;nst the be presented to the government, the aii4f,li,t making mitions pf dojians out a mirsonol Jnotjjier but if he is j,o of the unknown graduates and all desiring a High School education. Seven lists were filled In a few days, the Mux po,' lacking in compneiienslP" of itodays pojj loved politically formidable Sttuuis for f the unfartunajte teachers, three engaged in High Schoolwork. governor of New Yonlc; (the nlinvitiion total amount of the subscriptions far 0 per tiqaj conditions as to give wedenao by Jpaning money a,t lie ra,lje 0 exceeding those or a similar nature In I reponts lately aent o,u,t by hisnun. Jn .favor of the P.rog:resvlve of three France. In spite cent- 102 enrolled last year in High School and Normal Dethe of the wave of popular offer, he js deserving of jimpfiit!iy. He Republican 'prtId.qnitiail litors Jn Mis- enthusiasm for aeroplanlng in the partments. 14 High School Graduates and three-fourtA lew yiearsag"whcn tlio" Kentucky of as hopeless I as KiVnng's .vampire souri, and the outbnk in favpr of latter country. It is worthy of note or freedocn l formers w.e,re atruggling Normal students made first-clar- a certificates. Splendid adladj' wJio "did not unctaiyjand." For Roosevelt of ,tho farmers of the Ozi.r that this war has cost Italy In human Cram the Tobaooo Trufls. Mr. C. 1 vantages are offered in MUSIC and EXPRESSION. i,'tha,t matter, ithough, Mr. Tpft lias at hills of Che nouthorn coum'w of Jthot lives only 62 officers and 549 men, TatL brothar of Prosldont Taft, through no according to the official figures, an , . .lilma really "unJ.,'ntnad, iwlnqipicr state if these be evidence of lt'ipus-llQa- n . unprecetlenteilly small loss for eight the foeiing and indention nf tho p'ja- gain, then there ,Js snie foundamonths of active warfare. Btxir founht.us ViiiHuly at wry turn Pie have bMi conceinYl. tion ,for Uie clajni of Mir. (TUflt'i (niin and Preaident TWtwuiit lift ugMn,ts In Neither the assertions of folio Itiinli-lUvi- n agcr othorwl83 ho Is tuoljHh. to Grant County, ond lffml a d,oen lar. manager or of lis fnomliaiiiuws Jury imyT) .indictd by FcJara a1 are sui)jir,toJ in Jho tillglutfyt .dsrreu they porMu.'led and finrd : by or t)v oudjoik any- neisfiibor ,to dxjl'ine ti ih;p hU tlUicoo whore. Theo- ai.o simply a mimoir For; further information address to Cincinnati, wji.'h aniounttd Ao on. in insue hope it wtH iiiiMt jn 1 Jy a tenhnloal io:iai,iion of ti'ia lf'w. H. E. BROWN) Pres. dnqwnuin? man tmiit ithe cry of a fl. E. ELLIS, V. Pres. mill-- . After these poor .fwmoia haid cJutoh,ing at itruwji. Qhod in fines and court 'expend a fur tliouiands of doyara, (when Pnvt. ,Taft An,otlwr recent expiqtotion ,by J inantgor i ho in'jtanioo fJiat tlioufiht it ,mlht help Jim mlitfaUy jfcn the Kn,tnuky Convciitlwin, J10 is thie i a retmn to 'J10 jlt'Vliib.llicaii fojd beiu-of 18 'hunipMr crops tuid oaja wu won,', this 4tay fC)1 When you nave a jjuedapAnlon torCwm at tho and t,lvut '.ten dAy u notijcc by ine dcsi jneujcijiio ouiyiujinuw ro OX Senator Uradto. I tow wn any Ohb. 81ellQnt prosperity, all of mhiWIi (no at- publication ho nwdo by two' . aJni,inli'L'ivi(M'Jin. tho Of cure it with us little delay iyi jw.illp-County farnw iqte Po,r IVeiMdeiU 1Uft? tiiibutca t IneittUn Jn tho Harford Uonubjlca... oourae, it 'bumper caiops are no be (qouut-e- d Here 1m a druggi&t'y auirloii:i "I fvwe a WW(r publhtYl A few Taft tolluweiw it lO'i,lo county politiiaJjy, (the cjaim of jjlw lvnx,J. sold Clumherlii.ln's Couh Jlemedy fur in aald djstriflt. ajjjaion WH4 i"n U'U'tford in pur-pjer nun for (the piwild,en,c' wioiuid of .A truo oW fWiu tho mjnutes of the fifteen years," says iKnos Jjol'jar afternoon in nunsuMipe t "u'll tha,t of Mr. Toft. Bana.Ugu, Und., "jaid .uanfiidot .tt'10 Coifrt. j $100.00 for. : up-rigOne second-han4i.t wut. Where waiyi (hat lad boen belt on Uie nurkot.' tlor sa;j sVyill WJTNK.S8 any A .to ithe "paapcritiy" fol'jowijng the prew-iint fjlio hand on,d itho seat of fiftut-oiout 105.00 Piano for used I ' One dqajors. goqJ crois and clajmqd u,s la IlipubliliQin ildv BAld Court ti,te and it i rAIntcd ithut Hion. A. (! jsi, dny of nteqiber tnii;agn afsaf, it is mtuble it!ia,l tho Piano, good as new, used One f 'jha Aofjp poinni;t. lSI2- A. a. ItOiNALD, (Clerk. I Notice. boa,t of its o.ljtence Js uivaccoinpanj-e- d 275.00 sold for 1375.00 going now for ny HKNitv v. (CAKsy Uf and nativo of Q'ijVj pouty, wlio District Court of Unlttd atu,'.es Wai by lixfei-encto tliy Ul'i ciil of d. p. was jirosnnt, .tojd uhe .Tatit txe'tilo tfiat uses Organs in torn dhtirl'it of Kcnitucky. 111 ing iwhich ilios KMinu un-lAlso have some bargains this fg"SjeaJe Qhlp twuaty )ioi a Jairgr por coi. of Monday tVvnt. Jtith, ;913: t or to fits ifwe tJp Iw from $110.00 up. ltoosavrJit men .t'tui tuny ut(liw jYvmiy In the matter off Sil'i'wub pinililng favored "antweits." Nor Js it exiplain. these in tfio iVjx.is. TJie lnoecnujv!VKV ano you would be interested in Now Company et al., vs. Vinsll M BitvVi,,t od Juit wJiijo proaier,l!,ty it Js. AW has in the inajoirty In OI140 j'oun-t& Comiviny (n bankruptcy. once or me a call and see rll jbeen a;d, wlint is the us,e ofpws. I as the Novombwr ni;t(!On wJJ.1 lii0v. T1U day ramu Uio p((tlUijnjr credpejilty whn 1W10 'bulk of Jt un;s infi I will call and see you. card and itors by Duain, f4aijjifc4ty & luffiu. Tho J) iniooratleJJ"lr'y ofiKcntucMr the jnoffers of a faioro,J oMgrm.hy? Thtt To do any kind of VeterinaI a complete line of I also Uicr coutifivj und filed tire ufiflM-Jit-' of ab.olutely to throfl pdil'(onarei, it is tiojqd to continue Jij ujiafirchy ry work. Horses, mules and . o. It, 1. rn..,ln. ic i Mtvxta. Muyo, VaiiMtit and Oinvlti, in prwer ,awetirs odmitifd, cjsj, MUSIC. cows need not die for want of 'and moved it'io Cour,t to JUuJif IJioiM t JtiMvuMy iiivjiihuitri f.oou.o t doitiess, iltlieT IVcsl'Vint Taflt pr hs attention. Calls answered Is urdeicd iliut lihs iDrocfcdJnus. It g tlio DuiiUKU'utio C.iinjKin fund for tlijs Illtii'vil iitanagcr uwuld fawn t day or on ,tnid mi)-tlo- n cauo bo so,t fur )iciii-.;uyvu-- , und Mr. Uwnden J.'lW.O). Ir. EH to iy in explanation "f do on the 12th day of Onvjcr, 13if! f llrown, Itenvxy-a- t and oim'tr imqinbcr" of seleotion 'of such men as Ilarivi M A.I . . . - - - - , ' . iWyh O-- uit Ivjuisvlllo, Ky., und jjiat tt--i tho Prim Commiftj'on, thaijjes tfu Now York n clitlrnuui of the ilt'pu,!)11.-ca- n Veterinary Surgeon by tho c;crk of tiil nutico be e Advisory Cominjy,,o, niul r time in:m were giic unp"iitmuila NaJonai ISC Pi3irr-ior-clKy. Court t eaoli of tjhe crtl;c;jnj oX thi tor the ii'miy of ,tlw ltcjiuhllcap Jiiaowrer' jn)iabor.i. Uio St'ito Jn raiiondents as (jiown by thi' tvffiduvl 'thy coatribut.od. Uuldqi MiSrs Jtjvn wlUi Uwuos and J'ciuiosc jn yi9 . . ttarttora Kepuoiican.. MAGNIFICENT SHOWING OF !ro-gri9',- ie linj New Suits j &.nd lu nt j Odd Trousers Fzwll Overcoats nt pjr Styles 1912. 2 , Don't delay selecting your new Suit, Overcoat and Trousers while our .. ,13 lm njiVn ' ' ment is complete. Every garment offered is fresh from the best makers. SU-U- ". 500 Handsome Suits to select from. Handsome Overcoats to select from. Trousers to select from. Pairs of Suits with those shown iliCR-iid- f vt Compare our elsewhere for $25. i,. Ji ti Compare our Suits with those shown elsewhere for $20. fi-v- 'i-a,- - Compare our elsewhere for Suits with those shown Compare our elsewhere for Suits with those shown J no-wi- th ( . lC unu, w Sts n r---- p. Rosenblatt's, 2 Mi HARTFORD, KY. .jjp,, r r' n " JZJSJZ, Hartford College e he et 33rd YEAR BEGINS SEPT. 16, 1912 it -- -- pod t hs I Second Term and Normal Work Begihs January 20, 1913. ,Ui-d- dsvi'-Jipmcn'- s - J'd.'.-'t'- t't Un-J- n LOOK ht ison rJt-urdf- ! ot Now is Your Chance to Get a Bargain in a Piane tu U (W-'n- First Class Pianos or Orgaes. d, up-to-da- te n t Ilintt, aeiem-tai-)- T slightly slightly upright e r car-taln- ly J J I slightly I if BARGAINS meat any of drop I AN PREPARED handle the latest SHEET ..-- .,. Pome-tillin- i ncuuuiu iviuoi Mffr.ww., FAUGHT. .- sr , rt-tu- e n. t ut c i a J i W. H. niht. l-c- gm RILEY HontJorU, wbi .- - .fc- -' .'i 'w. u 'it &i . 'tfBltsM .j T - , I 0 r Inn. il.jmt"r at t"(.t Noj join tfwn mim) nil. fl flp!i ;n SCIENCE RECORDS A TRIUMPH I ayjJfaMBMBJffpjf,lfllMtpBaIHi OHIO COI'NTV MPTIW. MILLINERY ti:u:ijionk A1v. Ajh'mw Unnj co.( ila.Jtr1, Ivy.'i After Research It Hat Been Ascertainerf Jutt Why the Hungry Man Tightens Hit Belt. - TOPICS. The rush is now on in our MILLINERY PARLORS-N- ew Goods are coming in daily. Early buyers are the ones who get the "pick," so we would advise you to call at once and con- sult MRS. SARA COLLINS SMITH as to your needs. Besides Millinery, we are showing the prettiest line of Coat Suits, Cloaks, Dress Goods and Silks to be r found anywhere, with suitable line of trimmings to match. See us for these goods, and remember that IT ,y PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE YOU MONEY. TiAT SAVES Remembering tho habit of tramps to ihiii.toii whn 'it I'nwi'y iFiijr fX O'V- - tighten tlielr belu when hungry, Prof, UIVL'S Ul, liuwvrii wro Mr. nml ?lr. tlpnte the ICIIIUIUU UL'CIUUU Q Blinplo clflclency of this I s (Tiar Turmr an Hfilo ilaupliiir, fMj remedy In actually suppressing hun , Mr. ger. Asclsted by physicians Wii-rimKntJilun; Mir. A. he made I lautjrn. Jn'in use of tho property of the Mrs. Arthur 1'cWy, tin of Uwi, I'w.jn Jtiy, NVfwn linncnilil - being arrested by metals and their Cnitn ?xtfidlntf, l'nl Jlulnrpcn a.'vl salts. Persons were given drinks which contained In suspension salts I St,U IMl"y. of bismuth or llvlgatcd lodestone, or in they were required to TJio Olvio CViTiii.iV" J'jrW. Cfliu ft cat solid food, "&lon lioro this ivock wfrji County such as mashed potatoes, which had Juilee U. It. WalJlnj.' pnvi rli.nff, Ut'i-t- y previously been mixed with metallic Clerk Hunger Jn rfnrjro of 'Jvo tJf salts. e Dr. Lennhoff reports to the pUfMnsr M"iTi' tHo rcrorJ look t: Zeltung the following results: UYV-iir-i3L"Mr. .TjioirL pnrvVrs, In the case of solid food, a contraction Mack Cook, J. I.. Vfllfrm, 11. . the stomach could be observed, J. II. MHo.n, anint lVWn.iiJ. .!. of relatively small quantity provedand to a C. Jiwkvn wil O. K. iVi t-be sufficient to satisfy the appetite. Itav. KIl"wiwFy nTvl f.ilntfy r'tyirn?'! When liquid food was given In the or,7 tfiKir lw,nio at Xp ArtH, after rjisml dinary way 1. e., by swallowing the contraction was considerably less, and Ins wvcraj lnyg wJi rc.icives i tmj Kentucky unfl llro. nm a.'.- - a larger quantity was necessary for satiation. tetvJi'rl uiiniia, yniTcneo Hit ,VnrXmir. In a third experiment the liquid was Ky. Ho w. vS,.V, eiit to No Introduced Ihto the stomach through Crotk c!i.u;rJi for nnirtlier y'rir. and a tube: in this case twice the quantity !Jiyt 17) ngjrpti Ifii i XunUinnfu Jn )i of liquid was required. Jij'.s A'rvjcim amifn fti ytnr. These experiments showed that the liome jn mechanical stimulus of swallowing by Jtr. Jiroino A'n dlcrl ftt reflex action causes a contraction of the iCpnr.'Oi'vl riiM)or! epd Tir'Jay, nf-tthe stomach, thus accelerating satia.Kpneml wrilce tion. This suggested that by arti(i Jins Ulatyw. Wro n.'ondiicl'Cd 'WriifiCfjiay niioininK by ficially Increasing the pressure on the Itev. 1L K. K,uiiia, nt.fr pvlifi'i Jntfipn stomach satiation could be accomwus in IJw Coticoj-raviiud. Mr. plished with a smaller quantity of Allti wan w?01 known oxr Uio eoiitnty food. The trick of the hungry tramp was therefore resorted to, and a belt tt wtfe, anfl &vm thfaJron and ItY1 was applied tightly around the waist afl,J many otlitr rc;ttiivr nnrl iftttji.d'. of the eater. The result was as anTlio ltiuf'i;inn vrff.h p;:uurc ticipated. revejilt of u f?nliitf.ul oxf'', idpc;i"in pnihObiy.on, iliai. h Jitiir OWNED HISTORIC OLD HOTEL 'iit over tlw country Jy Mr. Alriton Hedrjck, of Oili, 111., iind fttthiar of Proprietor of Structure Built Around Cabin of Captured British FrigW. It. llwi",!,';', Mr towntnun, I'rof. ate le Dead. TJie ea:-- J ha,i wiry &'jnnng point'' wiw trm tmV! Um riivl'ta juJifiro l.'i.fl w. k i naaaviasiB i sR'sa'aPv' 4V stylish shoes tlW vifl please your eye Mia pie&seyourieete stronq.coinfortexUie. Listen! We sell BBtssMfTaW jtulti7y?'t'fr BBSrJ fiitSB SsflaSSSSSSJKiidHBLBBBBBBBBB Vos-elsch- Oliim-hcrfni- n. I to IL&S1? w-r- vi ls rr you want you must buy your shoes from those who "know" the shoe business. If foot-comf- ort We carry our shoes In different width "lasts"- - -- broad lasts for vide feet, nar- of prollv.tlon, and a iljil't-In- g of Jacob Smith, hotel proprietor j Uw pan .drawjiwr, nlijcli City Island, New York, died there at years. Mr. It made ly Mr. HotVlck, wlw w'lllo the age of seventy-threHHarly flitfhty Smith's hotel has for years been one fpia qld oomnianiVs n feature e skJU- - I i J&x&&a Hartford Republican. FIUDAY OOTpBKIt 4. Mr. r.rank afForcinan, who Jiad b?n i,t Cj'ia Jiome of lii. parents, Olr. and MiS twp inojitih It. 1'. IVxrcjian for ths and cnfjiud to lys Jed wh typhoid fovor, luu fujjy ry.oiered, and lias returned to lijg work Jn tlw pnir;iraars offjeo of tJie consyiictiVin of Uie I & N. railroad ftt 1'aris, Ky. J,t ; a trdiit tj fjie younp inrui ("jo kmoW t''e hjirli e.nieieiii he 1 li!d by Mho ponnpany. ,During JI.J8 entire plxnence ilie rpmajned on it,1ie,;r payrp'J. ftit M. I. ft E. Kailroad Tine Table Hartford, Ky. at card effective Mooter Sojdila Wooriipr, dfpufjr cJaMca .. M . .irtnsiej' ntvoo. m :... in Imr ' vacation, aivJ HprtiJJinu ttie time at hpnie. ? JUinte a. 1'. Jonti ,IXIu4y 5. and Mr. Kned TJni!fly. of iiuii'.i wore pluint cajjeri U)t fPUe Jtpubj .can oftico TuosOay. I. Mi asr. .... w. .- I Slir-'rl- f &w f. if has bjsen viaiUnK (P JJedfi JnKfbar-IvooIKt ftw 'l-- r hpnw nvtmilay, 'ie Cer-p-ln.was accompanied by your Brass Mr. Isaac Bennett .wiluo w.ip pmkp mi wdy for iWHon yflu not Mlaa Stplla Wfmrncf i Mnjjtina njonJ i and rye seed lot me bo'iI jou. lVIusi' axteindd vjit. I In tpulsvfje. I j, Mrs. JpJin Q'i!n,n and Mjips Jo"Le SanJo . L. KINQ , iS(Kjv iiw Jjujld- - ore rlaht. Mr. Jolin King Ja " fivr Bavor Dn.m siirvit updy tilt Mr. Ctf Hartford, ICy. Ii InE ut Dundee. i and Mrs. C. I.. Clvapintui. iM.r. ItobATt Uixtf, of ,Iunfle nfi visit Whenww your iurcluvsc aniouut to iTJio ihitttir who js .coifiacd to iy jpom I P ut tjic Ohio Oonn;y Drug Co. iVjoro with cajiefr no hc(ter. lnt' friends liore tiiip .wetfe. I is a you e?i a ll.uinony Talkliio; jtabcliliis Mi3 ussl G,u."piu lia ou'i'iNtcrl THie 5ifnn,t li'l'd of jN'J . und ?JVJ. T. I 10tf Vino. , free. I. position with fjts S. W. Mdaier is 'iok. Hv. 'Siy.o CixiJisin, riin un JiiliainK of :. t?io Kittle daUKPitit1 of Mr. and Mr. Stih"iIiBicy,lin.s oii Jils reVl- -' Stpno and Mrs. 'Robert Ueufraw ilixv d)ia'mlnca'a. !w li;v (Jfilu'ii t)a Jlin,t, of tike ditrioo .to 'Mr. Tfituin, Cimstrm-ytCo., war Irviiwlon, Ky.. . jips03,ilon (Mtiflcr Gabe.1 l'lndle wJiop (Ulis v.0. niliiKki'K wjlJi fr), (nlf) Jiro ato,niy was ur&iitioned JnM wnk is (NtdJl titvw. -', ;i1N,r (Ut. AJbert ' rout" Jolly, of Of. Sir. S. 1. tfjvicr,fiir iiucicfl lijp ffum-- v Ihia' Hon. Duni: pl&l Urio Hiaiubiitu" u l"H,aiit on SatU". Mr, .Stipdar- to Owfti'.yJixi eniitni, iji)rtik n,t V' (All Mondiiv. . dny ufUinionn OxiUwer S in (U'o liit,firot fur win renuiin Ihto for a fuw wi5o"ig "tmSl . . "Aim our fOm THwrfay nrn Kt. . . rj MmJ. befoixs lolnjtut Ills frunjly. .t O. &. i5cyt)t,' i'rMi4,;- - Slf. (Miirk llci-tPoy Tiiio Sinslns Cunvcintii n,t Hel-.- i Incited. Duudiee. wan lV.sJ'iiy enjpyed and a drutd.-u"i nvojjlmir ' who if t"j Mario 4jir. y. ATT.LVcnjrt," u c&iubcr dealTlie .elaisos repi cuvshyI wjro ha,u l)Oon iV.i!jng at lanjtiou, Cnjo., Riutws. er ' X itoejwar, Ky., (PMU Hw for t,oniB Jjiie liivo returned to ltjfivT lloJn 'Vu.sliintan Uqnili Valicy, pjoar n pleivant cujl TucmWy. and SJiJnklo Cliajic J Mt. Cannif Dam and will lVl Vi winter ,wlWi Mr Mr,' ond3tS7iL B7Uulij Ifcqd Hill. The ae.t convention will V, u. augijn. Monday froini. a short njalt wtiith nietit at SJiinkle Chape, llavo JiwtVw.'tUvciI a wr 'pad of TJi9 nioatiiB; bejiHai 'at tlio at 3loit wid UiDi(lW(y MlJiqf. Drnjn TJHng.l Hore ,7ln.erliy nW'-- t MVjifllhit Chun Ctaph Calipon" TielwitjS from &B ! up, TIi3 sorvlpes ar in cjiuige of jJio pason Uio ' TaiMnj; alatfilne at irlwn WviqlimU,, iqt tor, lle,v. H!J Wqsjey, Wi'io (p ably & I Oh4(County Vrus Co. aiiuitfomd, (Ky. UllUd iiy ltov, 8. M. Carrier, of iIa'r-VacaJT If you nc.-- a kooY wiiaat ilni'4 A ikinsio prow o,f worknKn p.ne Hit iwnrk I Ky. and ee me about Uio kind 1 A'. OMaLMu'ilnir far an addition (tp (,lio S. L.. KING, llaiTtfond, Ky. m ,; uf.,ftlie ihuiliof. Jlxnt&v'd. ,ADxut l.-'i-Notice to Tax Fayers. w,em jo ty foot-Jfiyou wani a lipine on t)' Hi 1m tulikjl, niifl vfflo unburn Doputy Sheriff S, 0. Koowji will " ' XWtiUfSY, i I l?u.Vjiir jifcint LiiKtoJi'icd. i, El.l W .. Ml 1.4 . 1A . at fho XollQWii,ng jvlatcia oji liiy np.nivJ t. , y., (i. jinnuow. k. ,j. jfntrtioied niUn ,wa ljrufi at jp felicity ypur ,acs; Mr. Jfthn C. Ilily rraUiiriicfl &7vtKTl' Uio NoCrosk MctUiwIUtt CViurf.li ,Wdup- Ftordillle, VWay, OxitMbcr 4. from JUnUvlUc, 1;to lip ofjidtd c'o Kdiy ntslvt. Tlio pastor llov. KJ,! Vej. Huaver Dum, Monday, Oato,b-- r 7. t , ptiiJMfrf (Aml-l- - jcyf s in;!iari; Jiieqan of Una wil an5,!t?d by tho Centwtown, Tnioubiy, & I ' ,M. Owr'T, a rr. 'H ) Kiiv. S. i,n- --' tlon. M'Uiua, Wodncyduy, Oiyjber 9. jvisIht o,f t''o " Hurjuu, Ky. Mr. .SiuCJious, tnuuivd.uy, GMjubcr W. ' Uio rSt,i.'.9 Tlw fol'rviB. ' ' lUnk of JUrtford. Mfiftv lod Coijjilvo, Friday, Ooto,ler llv. ,I if'l81 Dr. LVniiVi t i IkKkuont, i4a.tuiid.ay, Odtp.btr 12. Bankora' Coiwrai'jUin t iii'Kf . ;if.-' i wpBk. tK'J-f-- i .';y- niiwi an(i '" j Wysox, Tuqsulay, OvtHbur J5. ,i&t, "."; j I'reniilii, WrljiesJciy, Sir JO. wlUi M'it'ii'j jut. I'lrtd I'lajso, who ;B F.Ji. Crpudir (Ut'l Woci.,i,f JUtinc. w.us IUu!u"iojn Oil ii. vi;" '". I. --, '7; .'.j- - CnJuuwi'U, T,hursJay, October 17. I DiiJiScjst." ILiJI'Mirv v. Dituln-- r 2fi. pfjo "9 oaVlur K 'Ahe tlfsnnep,t, I I IT. H. UUACK, S!i.T;ff. wdny fjlip ' I I ' Mr. AJibcntTJwtli, Qf DipM?- il;t.n, wan J,n Hartford .Monday to qtilKy s Aug. 21st t tliA Jatc 112 North Bound due 7:10 a. ax. uJininilsLru,tar of t''e "itMto' A. II. (BUuk) IvnaJi. except Sunday. dally Ne. 114 NorUi Bound due S:M p. aa. For ft.00 Tou can e't a ciny of "The ViUjturs' C;ttw'' and one years subscripdaily except Sunday. 8:46 a. eb tion to The rtepubljoan. Jlegular art;e Nb. 1U South Bound fl.SO. ' of t)ie book alone dally except Suadey. No. IIS Soutfc Bound dM 1:41 p at. n.i,,roin.lge ti'xoisu .wlio ftdwttCtie, for dally exoept Sunder. tyvy.jslu)iw .you iwy wtinf. unpl npnppji-'H. E. MISCHKli yio,ur tra,'le, T!i,py t"a 7u wluii tfwy have for Kile. ,Try .thtin. - L. A N. Ubm Milsg Gortrude Mompe, of 'FloralU, Ala,biiina, and ilr. J. iIfiAwi?.'J .Pninjwfleld of Mont'jonioo- - A'ji., Te )iajrT.il ;n mls.'flt.i iHisw jUfli.l tluii city roe forjiwrly riOlc'icd ml Rrairr ,Datn and in Pl'Yiflantly ivnvcinbeined by imapy ',e is a ;stcr of in (tiUi .cjty Mr. Harry Monroe, of iBqavtir lim, and lias flpeat m' Uwt Jirco yearg Hi ner slsteir Mns. i Brown In, AJalfiw. iU: Poi"Ii"ld ifi a proJninept O'oupsr- - han of di'ie South, and i nss'jwijt pjerj-ta- r of yie SCae of Alabump. of the show places on the Island. It was known as the Macedonian hotel, because It was built around the cabin of the British frigate Macedonia, which was captured by the United States frigate Decatur off Cape Verde Islands during the war of 1S12. After the engagement the Macedonia was towed to what Is knOwn as Cow Bay. City Island, and there Smith acquired It In 1874, pulled It on land and structurally added to it In time he had a building large enough to accommodate a number of persons. Three years. ago a member of a his torical society In England, which had learned of the existence of tbe Macedonia, came to City Island and offered Mr. Smith 130,000 for It. but he would He aald be wanted.lt to not'eeH. remain in the family, which eonslsta of seven daughters and two sons. A romantic row lasts for slim feet. When you "foot" your shoe bill It will not be big for the year, because our shoes are not only stylish and comfortable, but strong. Buy your overshoes A0V and be ready for the slush. CARSON INCOR PORAT E D.v $ CO, I I it . Hartford, Kentucky. lftAftftftAftft4ftftftftftftftftftftftftJI 9 N. NOREEK Q?t. r. and Mrs. ,f . W de Prqnti wpwit Saturday omd Sund'iyi hevo ' Uie guest of r.ektlvfs. t .' Miss Clara EVfl, Slcilffvy, PCTit Sun day vtQlii her mojOiM- - iHrs. iMollle IBKls. Mrg. .Nathan Den,noUf of I.1,U'K1 who I d, Brmn, of lyibijt ing cared for la the West Htm and Eastern General hospital. London. England. A Stratford resident going home late one recent night heard a cry, tbe wall of a newly, born child. He Jumped over Into a' field situated In Knox road, struck a match, and discovered a bonny baby hoy. The man con veyed the child to the police, who la turn took it to the West Ham hospital. "We could not think of sending him to the workhouse," the kindly ward sitter stated, "and he is now the little 'duke of the ward. He Is dally gaining strength to fight the world, and we should like to And a good home for baby very soon. We called blm 'Peter to bring the little fellow 49 good luck, and the cabbage patch Is 4) where he was found." This little m foundling, who is quite alone in tbe world, has big blue eyes and pretty fair hair. He sleeps all day in a K cozy hammock cradle in one of the children's wards, and Is beloved by nurses and patients alike. pretty little Fortunate Little Waif. history attaches to foundling-a- t present a be- The Home Restaurant LILES & BORAH, -- Pro. .CROMWELL, KY. & i 2 Meals and Lunches at all Hours FirTe Candies, Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft i Drinks and Fruits. I t smV c o fj IUUK rAlKUJJAUE, dULlUl&U. oft 43999999999V9999Vtt llni-flor- Kll, li''i, lliiteV, . T.iie-ilJ.- I .' I 6uii-iLi- .tit! I 1", ivla-UV- si'f-In- n, of sea water is In constant ratio to its ealtness. In the tropics tbe tremendous evaporation induced by tbe blazing sun causes the water to be much more salt than it is in higher latitudes. For about; 30 degrees both north and south of the equator the waters of the world's oceans are of an exqujslte azure. Beyond these latitudes the blue fades and changes to green, and Jn the Arctic and Antarctle oceans (lie greens are almost as vivid aa tbe tropical bluet. China's Yellow sea la usually supposed to owe. its origin to the flood of muddy water which Its great river pours into It. But here, again, modern science has proved that living organisms are responsible for. Its peculiar tint A Tangle. A case of singular corruption on It. has been proved that the Colors of Sea Water. blue-ne- ss Edison Just received the larg est shipment of lecords that I ever received since taking ttoe agency for the When you hear them you will say that's the best lot you have had. Both kinds. 2 and 4 JIJhJ minute. You had better hurry ; before they are all "gttne. : lSfc '"IbmisIbTi 1 Edison 4SgSB5ssssssssssM' ;; JnBdW 4 Phonograph. tjBjBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBv' Do'.WDrk1-j-W:;lWMki- rar tobv Thto ; W9$XVh not Him rm ruH'tJU .... ' a Jplwirrai'ie, lo'loW r:i''" o . . , fcViC-r.- - IVjbi;ji .. -- ,l i .. "Iat l!:? I'j. l.i. r a, i Jane Addams, the Chicago "welfare worker, to say at Hull House: "This case reminds me of a man who was being tried for the theft of a ham. 41ie opposing lawyers shuffled so, they confused the witnesses so, they so strained their own statementsIn a word, they got tbe case Into such a formidable tangle of falsehood and mendacity that at last the. prisoner, In a tremulous voice, spoke up and said: "'Judge, If you'll make them law. yers set down and shut up for a minute, I'm wlllln' to whirl in aiid tell tbe truth.' M f.jh . the part of an attorney cauted Mist liyiij-O- f iii ; u WtVl lBIBIBlC"'vO'"HBh ,'JBi tfvc Our Stop is Neat,-va-u tt" IteWnl aid Ftoin. u 'n it if n .n.t ,wwim I J. wMi TAPPANJil B. JifliMe, .fawtffr Vi.'JdUl" ii : Ky. Hartford, - ft UJ :: The in I ii ,, ,, , WHY N0ILEEE1LC00L J And luy the- - Finislie .Trtfduct. jnf.iiil o n 'l aild' OpUtfitnV cii iub si'I' -- vwiroi liaiir THE HARTFORD 'BfAKERT W. C. SCHLEMMER, PKOP. , . ill rti 1 n 1f ;"-- . yjtUl. Jw. Wd? ',! IHHWHI A WISE LITTLE ' 1 MOUSE. I; i Vr II Medical Adlcr, ny " vhy d? not tlio farmer treat tin own When Perkins, without consulting By EDMUND MOBERLY. He puts bask in body as he treats the land he cultivates. Mrs. Perkins, Invited Hlnchett to whdt lie takes out in crops, or the lind would grow poor. spend n week end with him ami his Whenever ho could do so without The farmer should put lucl into his body Ihs ilnl clement by some chroma wlfo nt their suburbnn homo, ho niado seeming rude, Kenneth Craig allowed exhausted by labor, or by i:..riUr.r i... ..... "!,,. ,,... itilun nf mv Doctor , tho error of falling to pry Into hla gaze to rest upon the girl who, .i:. ....... utaviisv. initio., i fuj.( ..... irrit Its itnliin(t power. It jjiyea strength Hlnchott's family nffalrs aa a prelimllko himself, stood waiting for a car. Tierce's Golden Mcdicnl Discovery is in It is like His phosphates which supply to the stomach and purjty to the Mood. inary move. Ho realized later that He was spending a few months at action of The nature with the substances that buildup tho crops. ho should havo put Hlnchett through homo, after several years In tho tropDoctor Pierce's iioldcii medical Discovery tho third degree of tho census buics. During thoso years, ho had been organs nf diottio.l and nutrition. Disis dtic on reau before extending tho Invitation. able to nssoclnto with few of tho eases to its effect the the stomach and through the stomach. A hiliotii spell stum i.'h ore cured that begin in ThiiH ho would havo escaped tho conwomen of his raco, and ho now found is simply tho result ( an effort node by llif Itscr to e.itch up when J fusion that overwhelmed him on tho positive delight lit tho mcro sight of and chautcd. I lune found tho ' Dis:ovtry ' tn be ur Mirpats.Hi ji a liver regSaturday when Hlnchett descended such n radiant, tallor-mndvision as ulator nnd rich upon tho Perkins establishment with the ono n few feet from him. "I will m rll rirttlmnny Mis Lnrrtr. Kxw.t.v of IVrth, Kansas. ono wife, two children and ono brln-dl- o mv-rlI wns tr n'lJul villi (mlisti m nf the I'tb'i tlvpn-'sunA car camo along nnd they boarded yroir r- m!v lWtorod bulldog. ri I 'thH't tinnier- it. It wns well flllcd, a;i.l after sho for two e.ir or nmw ,sfiiiii..i',i iMit-- i l!h thror d'ITr"iit iic'Vtii.iiic'it n'lii'i. i .h.imi 'i s" lmt. rii-- v.vl nn mis k inUiir Awn oi "I had to bring tho dog," oxplalned had seated herself, there remained hut ilown.omild not sloop nt nialit with tlio m!n In mv ny ums mi in" nil lli'i Hlnchett brightly, when Perkins mot ono vacant seat tho placo by her arh. Was wwilr, could r.it s. .iroi.lv nn tlilmr ultliunph I w.m hungry iionrli pi.mow-rry.'aM Mii'lrM tiiM-your 'ii I t.mo About mix yrcir nwl a Inlf him at tho foot of tho steps, "because aide, which ho straightaway took. An v rim-of "nur'i im mm. after Icivlm; t.ikeu i thero Ih no ono In our apartment acquaintance of Kenneth's, thinking ho Cm iiiiwe.it without UN) remandvoml Ikiu!o am Mileiti I'niiiu'sl'i velili hiuvitiiiin-? house that I could trust with him. was accompanying tho girl, bowed to 1 thank you for your rfiivslr iiu w Hi joii al e In joir kik. wur i. Good old Ilnino! 1 hedvd Ho has to bo fed him, at tho snmc time raising his hat. Just so or ho Is unhappy. Mrs. Hlny Kenneth returned the bow, and chett," ho went on, with a wavo of his him followed tho other's exam j:t fMflr motiio did from a hots hand toward his wlfo, "and the little ple na to the hat. In the next Instant, i SKv9 fi'ip, then wnlly stola , 3VUa to find a bite to eat; Hlnchotta." ho would havo given anything to reA. Wit I dieeg would ba a treat i5 Perkins know that hla wlfo was call his action, for ho saw that she watching tho reception from behind had noted It, nnd construed it as an 3SWI arilly Iiad ulie found a shelf WvMfon Blie might feed hersolf, tho living room curtains and that hla Impertinence. n "?-maidenly bIi.i said, "What's thatT standing at his domestic hearth deThe conductor approached them, nnd y 31 Mwznds like a great big Tom cat." hoi-rpended upon hla carrying tho matter when Kenneth handed him a dlmo, he -L-poff with tho air of Its being qulto what Aiud curs enough, 'Us sad to say, promptly rnng tip two fares, assuming TodAyLULJf Jtjo iJd Tom cat had come that way, he had expected. tho pair to be companions', and being Stat uiousla very quickly hid "Como right In." exclaimed Perkins, In blissful Ignorance of tho fact that JSVhinJ a biff black kettle lid. heartily, as tho children began pulling BLOWING A CARD FROM PIPE the girl wns nt that moment delving And oeath that cover she did stay tho geraniums out of hla wife's flower In her handbag for her purse. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TttJ Thomas Cat had sono away; boxes beside tho steps. "Glad you Tjch, nrtrr eating, back she stole Nothing Would Seem to Be More Sim- of "Your paying my faro wns nn net brought tho dog. Ho'U be company unpardonable presumption," said a V01 fill-- d and happy to the hole. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, plePeculiar Principle of Aerofor our dog. Let me take your suitcool voice nt his side. dynamics Involved. "Very well," he replied. "Shall I BSH STRINGER QUITE HANDY cases." there's a "Oh, hammock!" Mrs. HlnAt Prst thought, nothing would soem call tho conductor? Or do you prefer Be Made In Few Minutes of Old chett exclaimed, making a dlvo for It. slmpVr than blowing a card off from to cancel the debt by simply handing "I'm Just worn out with tho long trip x pipe. If the card Is laid horizontally mo flvo cents?" Piece of Wire Excellent Addifrom our place and tho railroad drive "Tho latter method will serve," she on tho bowl of It and one blows tion to Camp Kit. and then the walk up hero In tho sun. through the pipe stem; but when one decided, and again began to search You won't mind Here Is a stringer that will do good ute, will you?" if I lie down a min- tries It, he Is amazed to find that he for her purse. grew Suddenly she --KTork on your camping trip, says red and nervous. the "Lillian Isn't very strong," Hln- cannotIndo It, says the Popular Mechan- "I cannot find my purse; It Isn't In The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 Boy. Get a piece of wire -- American ics. experiorder to mako the chett explained. wlich has been taken from a bale of ment satisfactorily, a pin should be my bag," sho faltered. "Certainly not!" Perkins told her. "I'm very sorry," he replied, solicit- The Republican and Courier-Journ- al 1.50 'ssxy and twist a hand-holput through the card Into the bowl of on one end "Go right ously polite. in Fig:. 2. Tlio other end Is sharp-oMr- J get rested. ahead. Mrs. Hlnchett, and the pipe, so that It cannot slide That's what wo'ro here "Oh, It Isn't tho loss that I mind; The Rkptiilican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 Under these conditions, the and must bo concealed In a cork for." It was but a small sum but now I i,5t of wood to avoid prodding the card cannot be blown from the or She tumbled hammock l.EQ aaiiis, Tho wlro of the size men-Jj3- Hlnchett went Into thointo tho and pipe except ocasloually by a very cannotIs cancel my obligation to you." The Rkpl'hlican and Home and Farm down a trifling matter. Let us forfront sudden puff. "It Is Intended for small pan fish. yard to encourage Bruno In digging 1.75 The Republican Hi 'jow are out for larger fish use up tho pansy Tho uncanny fact that tho card can- get It," ho urged. bed "Indeed we must not. You must let wire. Tho bending Is rather had been working that Mrs. Perkins not be blown from the pipe depends a"3.v3er over all season. As upon some of the peculiar principles mo know whero I may send tho The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 Lnii3 to do unless the wlro is annealed. Perkins walked into the hall with the XTiai moans softened or made more of aerodynamics. Ono would feel cer- money." satchels his wife seized him. "Oh, very well. If you Insist, hero The ttEPUBLiCAN 3.50 and JJauy uwenaDoro inquirer "Why didn't you tell me these peo- tain that, when he blows, tho card Is my cr rd. It has my address on It." would fly immediately Into tho air. It ple Iiad children?" she hissed Into his Twice-a-Wee- k The car stopped at his street, and iThe Republican and O'boro Messoiurer 1.75 col- ear. "I could have gone away or got will bo noticed, though, that the unm of air which ascends Is only as when ho left It, ho was mildly sur- scarlet fever or something. You know largo 1.75 as tho bowl of the pipe, while prised to see that she did the same Tiie Republican and Kentucky Farmer that I've nobody to help me with the Ho bought a paper, and she passed housework. And I was planning to him. When ho started toward his The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 make Jelly today." ... home, he noticed that sho was Just "Hlnchett held out on me." murahead. J Clu, S2ZSTJIX The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 mured Perkins. "Ho never mentlned He tramped along, reading the head, the kids. For the love of Pete, go and lines of his paper, and when he readi- The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1.50 talk to 'em." ed his home, he was amazed to see her "And that woman In tho hammock standing on the front porch. Is the one you said would help mo "Are you following me?" she asked mako Jelly If I let them como today," defiantly, as he ascended the steps. his wife said witherlngly. "Not In the way you mean," ho re"Maybe she will." countered Perplied with a smllo. kins. "You haven't asked her yet." "Then why do you come here?" Then Mrs. Perkins coaxed up a wel"Do you know whoso house this Is?" coming smile for the guests and went he nuked, answering question with out to meet them, murmuring words guestlon. Card Cannot Be Dislodged.' of sympathy for Mrs. Hlnchett, whose """Yes." fatigue threatened to become per the surface of the card which Is ex "Then will you kindly look at tho' manent. About that time the Perkins pected to be lifted Is many times fox terrier arrived from an excursion greater. As soon as the card rises a card which you so disdainfully thrust A Flth Stringer. your bag while on tho Into foreign fields. When the two little, the downward pressure holds unread Into .. car?" wn&Srte. It Is accomplished by beating men had pried the bulldog loose from it to such an extent that the air flows The quickly found. Sho alie nire to a cherry red and then the fox terrier's neck Perkins took his out sidewise In every direction along read It card wasgasp. Heads with a "You are Elaa dog into the basement and chained its , surface. When It gets to the asaeUag as slowly as possible, by Blow Ever So Long and Hard, the Craig's brother," she exclaimed. In Sre down a little at a time. Aa him to the furnace. Bill Heads While Mrs. Hlnchett, from the edge of the card, it draws some of pretty confusion. "Oh, why didn't I arafcy ba readily seen, the stringer la the air from the upper side with It. look at this card before?" sfciso ased to carry the catch home. If depths of the hammock, was explain"And you are?" he hinted. This of 3co make one of them It will not taka ing to Mrs. Perkins how badly she felt above causes a current the air from to descend upon "I'm Barbara Page. Elsa's roomcard and skit than a few minutes and It will most of the time and how quickly she to hold it down. mate and chum at college. vtevw itself a worthy addition to your succumbed before exercise of any Kenneth looked at her Intently. "So kind, Perkins took Hlnchett down to 'zxsip kit. show him the village hall, and the PATIENCE OF A LITTLE BOY you are Barbara Page." he said mus ,; : ingly. "Elsa wrote me much about other sights of which the residents of . Clever Guesses. goes all the way to Mllwau-"a- e the suburb are Justly proud. He want- Affecting Little Story Is Told by you while I was In Brazil but, by the Wlat way, you weren't expected until tomorLady Somerset of London Youth's Jrpm New York without moving? ed to got away from the atmosphere, And row, were you?" given of the berries, which his wife had Tla railroad tracks. Remarkable Courage. "No; I am a day ahead. My father Wbat 1b Uiat which works when It stocked up with to make Jelly that Lady Henry Somerset, whoso labors was traveling this way today, so I TiliJis and playB when It works? A day. When they returned an hour or so later they found the Hinchett's y In behalf of the children of the Lon- came as far as tho city with him, leav-in- g jJiirdaln. my baggage to follow." had set fire to the barn, which don slums are constant and earn4t, What will turn without moving? naa neeii saved by a remarkable dem- says the Youth's Companion, tells this "Elsa won't be home for an hour or MS. fixy Is the letter "K" like flour? onstratlon of energy on tho part of affecting story of the way In which two yet," he said, opening the door. his mother, ably assisted by Mrs. Par- - her Interest In these little ones .was "Won't you come in?" TTou cannot make cake without It. II there were flvo birds In a tree kins. In pumping water and passing aroused: "Will you go to your room, or will j I was moved In that direction by you bear me company in tho living- a. hunter killed two of them and buckets. Dinner was not exactly a Joyous tne raro Patience and Imagination of room until sister arrives?" he asked fell down, how many would be they entered. "Such a pleasuro rfcia the ttee? None the rest flew mcai. inasmuch as Jlrs. Perkins kept ono "lua ooy- - "ls exampio convinced as chatting thinking of now things to say to her mo tl,at Patience was ono of the as with a real, llvo American WTfait Is the difference between a iiuouium arier mo iiincuetts were qualities I needed most, and In seek- girl has been almost entirely denied mo during tho last three years, and AJ licy and a postage statnn? Qnn gono, and Hlnchott whlled a way tho ing It I grow Into that work. I was In a hospital on visiting day, In view of tho fact that you aro in2xtz lick with a stick and the other you hour with a detailed description of his " courtlug dajs up to tho moment when while tho doctors were changing a debted to mo for tho sum of with a lick. Why Is the letter "K" the most Lillian shyly consented to bo his. plaster cast which held tho crippled "If you start by mentioning that, I Then before tho men had finished boy's limb. Tho operation was ex- shall assuredly go to my room," sho ijwaful letter In tho alphabet? ceedingly painful, I was told. To my broke In with n laugh, as sho entered n fiend Into n friend. their cigars after dinner tho girl fell out of a cherry treo surprise, tho lltt'lo "sufferer neither tho living-room- . What Is iho difference between a "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C. Sho sung his favorlto songs to him. ixera solng upstairs and a man look. nnd broko her collarbone trying to get surrea nor winced, but made a curi" I was in a very low state of health, and was not ous buzzing sound with his mouth. and played tho compositions of his .JW upstairs. Ono ctens upstairs and ' tho only two cherries on tho treo, able to j w other stares "I'm afraid wo'll havo to go homo After tho doctors left I said to him: f a voi to composers. up steps. be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon "How could you possibly stand It?" Wby did tho razorbill raise ber bill? wlth ,,ur'" slshod Mrs. Hlnchett. "Miss Pago, did Elsa ever talk to began to feci better. I got able to be up and help do my "That's nothing." ho answnrort you about me?" he asked, after un j oll ,11U8t cu go?" Mrs. Perkins seo her chin, To Jut tho housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I asked, while Perkins dashed upstairs "Wny- - ! lUBt mado believe that a hour and a half had slipped by nnd ucu wuu """Bin mo. iiees uont hurt no EIsu had appeared. "It Is a rather I ror Ule suitcases. am able to do my housework and to care for my children, , What Bothered Bobby . u i Kopi strango question, but I havo a special non uio guests had been safely TfoVb'8 father owned an I ncubator and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough 4aii one day tho little fellow was Pced upon tho train Perkins turned bu.zzl? b!lu?0.1 was. afral(! ' for-- reason for asking It." for the benefits 1 have received." bCl uuuul UB ut," a uee I didn't." "Oh, yes." sho replied, "but I think nachlng a chicken onprHnaii,, to his wli'o with both hands held aloft. I ought to go to my room now." 2r.fRi)ing Its way through Its shell, j "Novor nfiujn!" ho sal fervently. odd R,dd'?,-- I "Pleaso hear mo first," ho eald. then his father camo along and "That w'ok ent hlng Isn't what it'B .Ict w,r "hon- - "Last summer, when you and Elsa a mnn cal1 W,he" " XUtoby said: advertised to bo." i ,,',e" buo uaH a lar8 cmb In graduated, sho wroto mo that sho .. ' His wlfo smiled irrlmf. "Wo'll havo "' Pana. I beo how that rhM,n not .separation from you, homo." .. rt or his shell, but what I can't un- - to """Tday's Bha said. "You havo her head, lno "r8t t0 swear ,n this couldthat Ifbearwished to prove myself ...t und I a hard isTSUuid is How ho got Into It." work ahead of yo'if yet Evo- - How 8J When Adam a loving brothor, I must come making Jolly." wJrW: homo s, a be and marry you, so that sho could havo "Out It's late." protested Perkins. '1 Johnny Broke the Hoodoo. "t A dam.lf .you Cardui is successful, because It is made especially for you for a sister. I I wish to provo "Say, ma." paid Johnny, "ain't thlr-lfi- u "It will bo a great deal later before Ilid.0.nt.?ae women, and acts specifically on' the womanly constitution. " myself a hwlng brother you iret to bod tnnlsM " n.rn.,i Afr . """ ."" " " i'veu uiai a norse an unlucky number?" Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains nas six'jegs? no nas fore legs In -She started to fleo, but found him Some persons think it brings bad Perkins. Chicago Hilly News. front and tWQ behind. the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years In her path. .iV" answered his mother; "why do Why is a gun ilko a Jury? Because in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to "Pleaso let me pass," sho pleaded. ynu ask?" What Makes Snow Warm. It goes off when dh"cjiarged. -'"Two hours ago wo had never Been health and happiness. Cause thero were thirteen Ilttlo Rnrm liv virtu., n? I, a 11..1. What is thnt If you Ue It well will each other." ... li Luis In If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are norvnnc l.w .....I t "l0 one t0 allU woolly u'.'irm ' .v.v. w. 41a ,i0iL .1 texture. Hut it Is uUo look nt everybody; but If ymu scratch j Thero was a light step on tho porch r,uk tho T hoodoo." cross and Irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not wnrm 0 uccount Qf IfJ wltene88i us uacK it win look at nobody? A outsldo and someone entered the hall. try Cardui ? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts "" Hud si.ow boeu black, It would havo looking glass. "Is that you, Elsa?" he called. Where Peaches Come From. in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test absorbed tho heat of tho sun and melt- Why had Evo no fear of the "Yes, Ken," answered a volco MtUo Alice Do peaches grow on 2'1 (.ulnkly. it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. Instead. It reflects heat. measles? Because she'd door. Adam .rues .or on buhhes? .nd tho rolloetort hn.it full i.nn. i..wi. (hnd-em)- . . Atlvfeorv Dent.. ChatianooM Mrrffrlni Pa Ladle Write to . "Come in here and persuade my fuSmall Tommy Thoy don't grow on Ih ubovo tho snow, whllu tho for Spteial Instruction?, and book, " Home Trtmcat lor wbrncaUeoUxee. J At what bko should a man marry? ture wife," be said, "to take me sorl- warmth acitber. They como lu cutnt, of tho earth Is preserved beneath It. At tho uar&onuge. ously as ber future husband." piios-nhate mcr-Morkco hlood-nuker." f ""mail THEIR INVITED GUESTS AT SUBURBAN HOME aw tyfymase. AT THE END OF THELONG CAR RIDE. MAN V.AND Buffalo, nutlio?SOIL. THE the Common Pierce Dr. II. of of Sense in w: f. d'H-tur- s I -- Xor Gccdwuse must v rThev t sovd a lan 'i-M.- u.-.- i Ay bo sine dhild y absent-mindedl- JAMES & CO., - Pirst Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. OUR CLUBBING RATES. .s side-.wis- andTviee-a-VeekOvtMisboroInquir- er mi mj, I In HSft Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. "- YOUR Letter Noteheads Envelopes, Cards turn-fnrrjrt- te Statements other printed forms are llt-bo- Special Attenton In The Republican V ad rf-p- t Job Department. ; tth: Hln-ciiett- s' My Doctor Said 1 riea-urclil- -- :'.r" '. -- I I J LARDUI WomanlTonic ! T' ' out-sMat- ' ' f Til u mv X.. , Ulu.J .k .. v Ekk ? - rffff l fWv fr ' 'if ' UNDER APPLE TREE i' j IN OLD ORCHARD Of Trespasser Was NOT One "Seven Sleepers.'' Hie , By CATHbRINE COOPE. Joan sped down through tho riot of flowcru to tho foot of tho garden path; there. she Plopped to catch her uii'uiii uviuii- - cuiiiiuuiiig on uirougn tho hawthorn Inncs that led to the fru t orchard. Her wide garden hat Ipped from Its neat of spun had hold ringlets nnd her heart beat Joy- otiBly with the pulse of eprlng. She stood for n moment poised tin- der the old arch that ad- her to the orchard and drew Jn long breaths of delight. The great Knarled trees were weighted with uiusBoins ami inc nir was neuvy wun the sweetness of their jKTfume. Joan made a swift dnrt and with tho agility of a squirrel climbed Into the topmost branches of her favorite tree. There she sighed happily, then lnughcd at the shower of pink and white petals that her ascent brought down". , "Now 1 nm monarch of all I stir- vcy," she told herself gleefully, nnd nettled herself In the seruro scat the gardener had made for her. Because their orchard wns only a sixteenth part of the original orchard e that hnd been the pride of the I.amberth estate, It was not walled n, but merely inclosed by hedges. Joan regretted hawthorn that necessity had called for a division of the propetty, yet Fhe rejoiced that the lot which her grandmother hnd purchased possessed the most beautiful tree In the entire orchard. Sho gazed out oter the vtstn of pink nnd white, and from her high Mtrch could sec the various winding lanes that divided the properties. Suddenly she leaned forward, her eyes focused upon a figure thnt was moving about among the private, gardens. "He must be trespassing," was Joan's mental comment. "I have never seen him before." Sho watched him Intently, half out of feminine interest for a masculine person and half because of the pe-one-tim- his carving for he returned his ... i.i about the orchard. Seeing no one about, lm throw him.nir f.,n inM, tho BOft turf and, prepared for a nap. i certnlnlv l.otm h nn nf t. .Tnnn 4hntifvfit thf SPVpn ftlpfitiorn i neliilnnflv. "mv1.fi fn nMn,iv asleep Oh-hSho uttered a half cry nnd tried to drag her foot from tho crutch of the branch Into which shc hnd pressed It. The young man below blinked his rycB Jn tho sunlight, then sat bolt r)pht. Ills eyes, bluo as the summer ky, gnxed up Into the branches of the j tree as If nn apparition had suddenly appeared "My foot Is caught." cried Joan, accusingly, "and you did It!" "1!" Tho man's breathless ejaculation brought the color to Joan's cheeks. Sho frowned. "Besides," ho continued, "you have been trespassing for the last half hour." A slow smile dawned In the man's eyes, ns If he were glad that he had . been watched for so long a time. Joan blushed furiously at herself, then re treated behind n mask of light fabrication. "I supposo you were going to take some of the apple blossoms for a wedding or something so 1 Ttept my eyo on you," she finished, lamely. "Not both eyes?" he questioned, with a merry look. Ho was suddenly serious. "But this Is not getting your foot out of tho branches of my grandfather's tree." He climbed up with a quick movement and placed himself beside her before Joan could gasp Indignantly: "Your grandfather's tree. Indeed! It Is my very own grandmother's tree and she did alt her courting under It on that very branch." Joan informed the young man's back, "but she didn't marry the man." He turned about, having extricated her ankle from the crutch and gazed back at her. "In that case." he informed her. "It was your grandmother who Jilted my grandfather because he lost all his money and had to sell the I.ambreth I Tho man was silent for n moment, llicn he began very rnlmly lo enrvo Ills inltlnls In tlic bark of the tree. Tho blood In Jonn's vclim took up Its course and she drew a long breath of relief. "llnthcr nervy, however," bIio com mcn,c''. forgetting thnt her grand- iiiuiiifr iiuummaicii Binng, Kvldently the youns nmn had ' THE CHIbfiPDN r VIRGINIA, MESSALINE, AND PANNIER OF ROSEBUDS "Pink mcBsallne with pannier of rose point and n woo cluster of rosebuds on tho ruflle nnd llchu. sweet!" Kitty was an exclamation point of admiration. Virginia regarded her younger sister with the expression of a yearning mlsslonnry. "Kitty, I wish you'd devote less thought to mere externals," she snld. Undisturbed, Kitty surveyed her sister, immaculate In unruffled, unrum-pletailored linen. "Of course, Virginia, you're n distinguished settlement angel nnd nil that, but If you don't think more about clothes you'll gradually drop off even the touches and emerge ns Dr. Mary "Walker," sho declared, severely. "And sis is really a good looker," put in Tom. Virginia, patient disapproval personified, salted her breakfast food instead of her egg. "A woman with a sense of her responsi bilities," she murmured, "realizes that life is too short to waste on such a trivial consideration. Uplifting humad, e absent-mindedly Condensed Statement of Condition -- OK TIM I Inx-pr6ss-lb-- ly btr ?:fi'vrr if Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close of Business June 29, 1912. r Will f 1 l ' I M nt USEFUL LITTLE POCKET BOOK "L Knife, Pins, Needles, Notebook, Pencil Sharpener and Other Articles In Combination. J estate." "She did no such thing," retorted Joan. "She gazes at his mlnature every day in this world." She cast a quick glance at him. "I know now," she exclaimed, "you look exactly like that miniature." "My grandfather was very handsome," laughed young I.ambreth; then growing serious again, he con tinued: "When he sent me to England he told me very particularly to look for this tree, which he said bore the best apples In the whole orchard, also to look closely to see his Initials carved with those of the only girl he ever loved." "When the estate was cut up Into building lots," snld Joan, taking up the thread of tho story, "my grandmother made a bid for this especial piece because It had that tree on It." "I have carved my Initials on It," said I.ambreth, "and they look a bit lonesome." His eyes met her appeal-I- n Wi "Now gly. I II I J Americans the famous carved stair case In what la known as Cromwell's house, Hlghgato Hill, a fine seventeenth century mansion, presented, according to tradition, by Cromwell to bis eldest daughter Bridget Cromwell house Js a red brick house faced with stone. A boundary stone In tho adjoining wall bears tho date of 1614, and this Is generally accepted as the year of its construction. The house was occupied at one time by General Ireton, Cromwell's and It is suggested that It formed part of the dowry of Cromwell's eldest daughter Bridget. The whole of the Internal ornaments bear evidence of military occupancy. Unfortunately the greater portion of the drawing room celling was destroyed by fire nearly a century ago, but some exquisite woodwork has beea revealed during recent renovation. The main staircase, which la the Immediate subject of concern, la of handsome proportions, and beara at, Its various corners beautifully carve figures of soldiers of the commonwealth period. The handrail Is of distinctive molding, whilst the balus trades are rich with cleverly executed devices emblematic of warfare. Handsomely carved oak pendants appear !tree.. "Discovered!" she heard him mut- at intervals above tho btulicaso. ter, and peered down to see hlra draw His Catch. great knife from hla pocket. He A man with u f.ihh; polo cat on .brandllshed it about and tho blood In' .. Joan's veins stood still. Ho opened tho river haul: uqu ttc .'..Ji.iea 'tho ovlMcoklnn blade nnd ran his terworltB Intr.Itc. ".Z;v r.u.. - ' vo Anger along It. Joan gripped the' you caught V" c'o nsl.cl hi 'branches to keep from, tumbling, head- - "When I cet another I'll Mvo one," M replied. Kansag city Star. twig out of the tree, son-la-lared-brow- n p good-lookin- Monarch of All Survey." . .j cullar actions of Hie man. He stood ;Quite still for momenta at a time, gazing at the wonder of the Jorchard, but suddenly be would dart toward a specific tree and make nu- Imerous circuits about its base. Joan began to fear for his sanity jand for her own safety. Certainly :4a actions were not those of an 'evenly balanced man. She felt rc.v sonably sure that neither an Insane jnor a sane man would catch sight of Iher In her bower of thick foliage, but jber heart beat rapidly. "You nover can tell," she told her-jse"what any man is likely to see." With considerable, trepidation she watched tho man drawing gradually nearer and nearer to her retreat. Would he or would ho not venture (within her grandmother's prlvnto or- ichnrd? Joari felt reasonably sure now that tho trespasser waB mentally unbalanced. "He is coming in!" Joan caught a sharp breath and drew up Into tho branches of her tree. He seemed to catch sight of the great tree the moment ho stood within the arch and made straight for It. As he came forward, Joan again drew a quick breath. The man was undoubtedly good to look at and his shoulders were big and broad. He had taken off his cap and the aun shone on a hair. Joan's head of thick, grandmother had a miniature of a man with Juit such a head of hair. tighed, The girl In the tree-topartly because she felt a strong de g sire to drop twlga down on the young fellow whose wanderings had brought hlra into her garden. "But I do not dare," she told her wabIIwajV 4 fiat has fata mI iha "I suppose his imaa'Hhad vanished. ieyea are brown," Joan decided. She .leaned forward cautiously and watch-,e- d him prowling about the foot of the .tree. Suddenly he threw himself down '0a the wide bench that encircled the Am lf "We will go In now and have tea a proper Introduction from my grandmother, and after that we will discuss whose Initials would look well entwined with yours." "That discussion will be short. Come," he said, "give me your hands I want to help you down from the apple blossoms." (Copyright, 1912. by Associated Literary nnd Press.) WOULD RETAIN ART TREASURE English Antiquarians Up In Arms at Prospect of Loss of Cromwell's Staircase. London antiquarians are up In arms' against a proposal to sell to wealthy aJ -- roa One of tho most complete combination articles eter put on tho mnrket Is the pocket box designed by n PennsylDividend No. 30 150.04 vania rann. This compact and astonishing little devlco Includes a penDeposits 227,742.5-knife, pencil sharpener, notebook, pinOverdrafts 540.33 cushion, nail clip and several other Real Estate.Furniture necessary things. The contrivance is abot the size and shape of a large and.Fixtures 2,000.00 match box. In a slide along one side is a knife blade, which, by means of a projection extending through the Total $281,814.64 Total $281,81 .S2 slot, may be thrust out when needed nity" Tom said "Excuse me!" and fled. and replaced when not In use. Part "Or the pursuit of some equally seof the box Is a lid, on the bottom of The Only Bank In the County on the Honor Roll. which Is fastened leaves of blank rious and worthy purpose should occupy her time and thoughts to the exclupaper, forming a Writing pad or note" book. Beneath this lid Is a padded sion of frivolous, ( Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. Kitty rose. "Sorry, Jinny. I'd love to listen. Makes me feel like a little Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. demon, but I'm going to don my ravishing pink batiste and loll over to Dorthy's. Her cousin, fresh from Harvard, arrived yesterday, and I think I. P. BARNARD, President. I'll wnke up Bob to the treasure he's won tf I chain the welcome stranger JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. to my chariot wheels, first chance." Virginia was truly shocked. "Kitty! Have you so far forgotten the modesty becoming a young woman wly engnged as to race off In actual j.ursuU of another young irian!" Kitty flushed, bit a sharp retort in two and came over to rub her hand lovingly over Virginia's glossy curls, brushed into unwilling smoothness. "I can't do Dot's cousin a bit of barm," From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return 2L bhe said meekly, "because he isn't en gaged. I wish you'd get through saving humanity. Jinny, so you could t have a good time with me. I'vo just Splendid six more months at home now." all Virginia slipped an arm around her Handy Pocket Box. fou sister. "I only hope I can lead you surface for pins, needles, etc. At one to a true appreciation of woman's-lif- e you leave. '" end of the box is an opening large and work during those six months, enough to admit a lead pencil and Kitty. Why not begin by coming to equipped with a sharpening knife In- the club with me this morning? I side, while the nail clip Is operated by have a paper, 'The Influence of Womthe lid of the box, which works on a an in Civic Life.' " spring. With a change of linen and Kitty was squinting critically. "I undergarments and one of these boxes wish I could persuade you to cut off a man might travel round the world. those ugly high collars in this hot weather. You've the prettiest throat SPRING SWING FOR CHILDREN of anyone I "know, and you bury it under all that chuffy linen. Collarlesa Interesting and Amusing Arrangement blouses are so fashionable, too." Whizzing along In the Maynard's for the Little Folks Is Shown In touring car that afternoon, Kitty and the Illustration. Dot's cousin from Harvard were discussing brunettes versus blondes. An Interesting swing arrangement "By Jove!" he said enthusiastically, for children. Attached to the supportBurns white, clear and steady to the last drop. For ing frame are four levers plvotally "I saw a splendid brunette on your the sake of everyone In the mounted relative to each other, two street this morning. Raving beauty, family, insist on having Italian eyes. Serious as a saint. Tall. levers extending in one direction and Stately. I'm sure sue never giggled, two in tho other. The ropes supportpass through the in her life." ing the swing-sea- t Bootless-Odorl- ess Smokeless ln- Kitty wriggled excitedly. "Awfully Costs no more upper lever ends and are attached to TArlnp tanV.vamn than ktnria. the lower ones, and the weight of the plain clothes?" Tares ejes; save money. Tour dealer baa It In barrels direct irom our ' He stammered. "Um-er- . Rather reperson swinging tends to draw the LKMSWUtir. OIL O minded me of a nurse's costume. Dot's V aarjr a Wtaras, Vfe, 1m t Wsti 9mU Mate . promised me an Introduction, but that '8 as much as I can get out of her. Do you know her?" Kitty laughed appreciatively. "She's The Danger After Grip. A SEEMED CROWD TO HIM my sister and a practical humanitan lies ofi'en in a Ajvpin, Takii rian." "You don't Bay!" His faoe fell. Inebriated Gentleman Evidently Was tiw, nervounos3j "pk of nrp'dU', pw By ana ambt0ii, wUli rtandenyli Not Viewing Things with an Eye "What'll I have to go In for to Imk'SJneys often foHpw an BCitV: press her? She thinks I'm frightfully E That Was Normal. w rude. I forgot my manners completethis wjYjt.chtitl disease. The Ripatei&t Big Bill Roberts, who holds the traf- then is rVectrjc ly and stared at her." litM1, fJip Kjpfi''" fic post at the corner of Dey and "Dot's going to bring you to tonic, l!pxl purser uiul n kii.uit rC night," said Kitty, soothing- Broadway, saw a taxicab approaching vfr ami k!tUviy,3. 1Yhkc(u3i ly. "You'd better read up on social the other day, says the New York cor. stomach, iiiovmI tMt frlwy woJL-fslTimes-Sta- r, Iwive respondent of the Cincinnati settlements." Inside were two men. quarrel- stnsnjryicn tJio nervps, JmiJUI tip fe jf-to-m The next afternoon Kitty was applynivd restore to ;heay..li unl tfndtiijw ing powder over cold cream in antici- ing violently. As the cab came to a pation of a round of tennis when Vir- halt, in obedience to Big William's l!.s after on atufk oX t5i;'u. if (uJCBpir ginia appeared at her door, a blouse in semaphoring, Mr. Roberts observed try tlicm. Only 50 entn. Sajjil ppd iv"3-fe- ot one nana, a long pinic ribbon and a that both gentlemen were perceptibly niti&fjflio,n siiuiunlofd bi' tl scrap of lace in the other. Her eyes pickled. They looked and acted as If Spring Swing. I IJftv were perplexed and her face was they bad been running the Demon ilinissteis. levers together, thus giving a springy Rum Into holes for a couple of days action and considerably extending the flushed. you know so much about and then prodding hlra out again, "Kitty, WOULD HAVE TO GO) swinging period. ! fashion, will you advlso me? Do you "Hey," Roberts, said Policeman think some lace at the throat would "what's the matter here?" FLINT LOCKS STILL IN USE add a pleasing feminine touch to this The largest of the two gentlemen blouse? And is this pink too bright still preserved Ills dignity. "Nossln's Muskets Remain Prin- for a belt?" marrer, offlsher." he explained, laborcipal Weapons of Many Natives In spite of the shock Kitty con- iously. "On'y zlsh cab's too crowded. In African Jungles. trived a coherent commonplace. "Very Some of us gotter get out." becoming, Jinny. Shall I tie the ribPoliceman Roberts thrust his head Old flint-locmuskets are still the bon for you?" through the open window and looked principal weapons of hordes of natives Virginia banded it to her with a them over. Then he expressed his over vast tracts of Africa. The exis- grateful look. "I wish to be a credit surprise. "Why," said he, "there are tence of these ancient arms keeps to the club this afternoon because I've only two of you in there." alive a steady demand for gun flints, been delegated to explain our settle The dignified gentleman looked at a dtmand which Is supplied from the ment system to your friend Dorthy's him fixedly for a moment. Then he, Norfolk village of Brandon, cousin, Mr. Rogers. His aunt Intro- with some difficulty, withdrew his little where there are flint pits which have duced him this morning after the kin- glazed gaze from the offlrer's eye ami been worked, as remains found estab- dergarten clasa. She told me in con- carefully looked about tbe Interior of lish, for at least 30 centuries. The fidence that he haa shown remarkable the cab. "lib. iba right, ofasber?" he business Is a hereditary one. Large Interest in settlement work." asked, plaintively. masses of flint are got out of the quarKitty choked and coughed hurriedly. Policeman Roberts assured him on ries and then flaked or split (the proc- "Look st yourself In the glass, sis,"' the sacred honor of one of Commit-slone-r ess being termed "knapping") la or- she said. Waldo'a most fixed posts that Virginia gasped. "You've Improved be. had told tbe truth. "On'l two of der to get at the core, which alone Is jIMi fill used. The workmen place the flint me wonderfully, Kitty. Perhaps I ush here, huh?" said the dignified perupon a pad upon their left leg and tap ought to pay more attention to son. "Well, sen, the driver can drive it with 'a short, heavy hammer. Four clothes." Chicago Dally News. oa. But It looks like more." fifths ot the flint thus dealt with la waste, but of the remainder gun flints, Mr. Jackson Look beak, t.tnt H Advice. 81k CKaJuilMi . luffed by a fUd''',l "' carbine flints and pistol flints are still "I would like to get' some plants 4 njimwU. T.ikrt tVuvnUittrjuin' Tj'i-lo- t yo' gits, many moan washes dere wsartk manufactured, while tlnderbox flints to put in toy kitchen to give it an be room fo' to hang dem up. iMikit unit Ju) mul wrj-eare prepared for the shepherds of the estbetio touch. What would Mrs. Jackson Yes. and Jos' you X'& frMIa ly ijl will dlwruix. remoter parts of Spain and Italy. is I does, dere won't be roosa ifi fw recommend?" I 4AHV to hang yo' bat up, neider. "From the looks of the kitchen, dinlny. One Way of Identification. madam, I would advise some scrubby If you luio )ivuut,- - ili'.ilrfn twit iltutj "We got twins over at our house" plants." pwt oju notln il tlml (ViHonUr uC tcr said Johnny, boastfully, "and they're Htouui'Ji are .li.elr lutvst amimoa alike as two peas. Defined. For Infest and CUUna. "How do you tell 'em apart?" asked To ivnTiVt Hit you vtfrj nyH "Pa, what's an luscrutable smile T" the neighbor. "It's tho kind, my son, your lijs KM YmNin Always ClHuulMVlalii'B Slonurli iyvl tnor T? "Oh, I rut my finger In John's mother had on her face this morn. 'Wwy are miaj' a,ul iytw-an- ,t jt4 mouth, and If he bites I know lt'a Ing when I told her business might Bears the p tuks nuil .mllil mvl UNitle fa Jim." keep me out late tonight." I'or tae by uJJ UiuJoi-.i.VI.' light-headed RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.$197,018.36 Cash in Safe 11,948.43 Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $25,000.0 Surplus 27,822.16 I 1 r Ssgrerasisssspaqressrarafr AUTOMOBILE TRANSFER trains. stable I Telephone or call when want to car meets at COOPER &, CO. Ky. 3S$&S&&000&SS0S&00SVB&S& Solite Lamp Oil CO., CHAS.C. STOLL "Xe-Car- run-dow- E-a- nd If dinner-tomorro- k Keavl-alii'- -- CASTOR I A &?& . Butf exi.-ile;i- -dt, . "wi Tr I" tl j I POLITlGAL DEBS wiv vV.(fi nolrrt on mnw lyivliuito ,ww n viatifm, a I o!- Hill 4" w,;uoi .iw nvile vwgfi nru rir on ylioblH llavns not only "f J'o PJira, bi'i. of tlio tntenrfl, 111' letjti-- r ...J . niojxa were a("wal yoar fir ppo'.lUial u noo if in par.t jxi. tuirjim ,t,'ie vUl .Titifiu J I. Van Sunt, n.I ' was no ,ii,w asii'.'nt tlio obi bvir.1 lli-il iMl'llSllif coed T. .it. Phytlynn, roic nf ''" ' It I'iIj'lOiI Mt",jbuitliii,in ((liKfrwiji-M- , rif". i (vrr pojyjcal nm-lf- ii officiant nrlivm men In tfio piuifir' iv IVwbjh liul been ttxs ciwtuni for lia jf a comttiry tli Ti'"' "' "In wrfi y.W Mvc in tlw J tnlAil lVWir't n eaoli pdilUniiry CfKil'il y nw:i'l ill'ry( uhuro iw brothsT-p- . CiTOilt Jiutgo Jotf llnnna, ijvo Xismmvri'uB to itHo cull or tJio iifititi eomm i'i-- e numlrrntn for ' l.iWofVfln S:unt. KfiaVs funii. Ti 4i null wcu iuihiI'j nvt'lopiKM J'o tail tlte iscwblVa 1 mil win tlfisneil 1' rtiviKtfien e v t, mv ,r .n run l lt. tuiim;' iifjinp. In uv y.iifl iiiil b Van ftuif P?H'ii'.'-i- l tapt:. I iryl"it! j,ni,ir! Criom Die Mxi.mi itwati of jwo.i.!ii4s of one tipBii'i yiclml t" t4'if H.t'iU'"v.nt tun iiffiiiiv,t fv,,: Tlio custom preii1,!,. tit ,o j'i 'if Vmj 'vri1 tr.'s l" wi of CaJ. PriliJ'Ui w u "'" ''"i-fi t.i Hver rijiept;c iiuriCr nmi MfM"'"'1 tcnt,firy mwl ayliun oCfit ' reason for ppimitite'W (ICiisim. ato tho oiher f ai e il y ir- p.injl.'r'n.tc To ' ba an Jis iMrjn''-'-- ' 1" tor tfie "Mr. 0'.Si"lHv:i Aft'.'iJi'. lJ0pMi" W. il:.,J,ri'n nuntj. Tor u Mr. O'uU M'n wj -' anrn'n'eil hm H'ji.ssKinjiliViini.'.Amt" v i(llo H '' f ij'i" HM!'C known, tlio pr.'in.'. nml Jiwk UnnliJiiw, muttoeil I. ml llaol.ncr, r:nwil v)''.it y pi',jr.;ary. went to mriii lininiy G.imra'.'m CnmnVitt'C li I i.il mi ' iim, lki.Ty M. Hon, . r Sixain iimii-t- mill world il fwr ,,'i- ivcii.nii jpn t or s3?m;nt against every S.'jate ilnar(jinjnt .W,''- - Mr' a in JwK-- ll'irn-iV.'M 1.IIHM1 if 'I'l "J Bro.. of i, 'io Hon. John .s. Kf hn, mil Wjtll tlw pi'ilil''J memb.-at ifvf rVmoirUcIs "Cot Wiis ' !".miry kv ,ni.atrM Iuiim anil iiiwiu. liiuunfce Cm l&ll nn iiioo !s;X.e Central lmv bon iilointciJ irocn tlio TJUnl i Ji'i, "WVu.evor nf evil, '.f ciy, few-lrf the ni!M0'-?'pwm'.n-"V,,3tr..'t ".nl n,cli oiw .if p?nlitearuryio.iivn,ioy.-- ' .or).i v'K lr"n ' of 'in'TY."'!" nX oofl?ro!'.i.onfil 'Uoniiir.wioner. II jll'wa. for lV-ioof n tbom iijJiportd fbe "ion. J'lirroMs, fa fH' l 'i!;ilri!' 0l ho,wivur, n ml wai ffKil fin tlu nat, for Jt is piv.r.ifn.'; a ly .v t Iji t'io t'riltn'ny. wU'Inn Il'JlJ l O'w Ji line 3 fj'10 ffwrli wont Hnvcvor, a "ii'if.t pernllc )i1r'" ll!V'' "I.n ttia 1',Jt dilji-.ifl- t Sin'ia ' tfiivOV"-'- 1 or Uw " 'Mr. Com to tJioir rupT-'tlv.oiiiVf nivl nnri"l-iv- l b.'on evolved :uvl put inV wiern'on o 1vne Afftsicy. '! Donny I'. Snoi. In t'm the politic-,- ! crrni ts at till- - Hon. rri'MU nn u Cltf" I'"1"-- . li wjtlmut wIiout li'jslitli iV.'.rict the .mvu-i- ifunnnnioil l'tliln IJirl, whiifi 'jlio c 'C'l !' IV' , "Anioni thu Biiuvls rwiiovwl caniJiflifij' of as yet fu,y utvlcraml. ti'w jiriniary the cause liy Mr. OiSulUvin utvt 'Vj'--s aiUji'.""" ''' "A aymliiate, nuule up oi u tiWenty-tw- o the Hon. Jtao uire: O. M. Hill, frr Jfie p?cn years on tlio police foiqe of Pup pninutrj- seio-- l rim ami ammUouM .Jm (i oi.nj from the KlRhth pjnijr.as'ion il the D.MiiocrafjC pruanjaa pn onfl ti pi'1 ,W of P",U. ami far e'wht yuufc at "in si1' ,i inm "' yP1 l,f ,iVi' ',;-- aistrdct, ami caoh Hon. Jtirofn'jirpn 'jln of the State ffivcniment: t,'n,it i"!- Jku-j-or oanJ,'.iUcy bt the ulvan. oouraso und Jilisli acnUreJ it by r'c'it or TJiAMe violations of iti'io act of 1912 ra'Jitr contr,;bUitirn. To b .perf'ti" ouiy Willi Alio renioip,! of "ill fJWtf alKv,o enimernttl nius onrlliut! Was added to Uie unl ifpree n uucwr.ui Plln, ij'iey "lV.' l." w,lt,h it'ic awrin-i- l of Mr. O'Sul'.S-v;ifw'f uch a larss. sum of nney ito iiionxin l. ft nutcrt nvm Milil n be ure ,w!itl anil eicc't oeii.nin nfCjBiaIor arvl ih'js iimil ra'Cy nss, wlm luid ins'iffiniiciit vitality o to y, nn.l . binl :m ito wli.i in SJatiiJ on a; committeemen, they ha-- ,t!t3 ready-mad- e keop pjw lUi n marolii'njr "jlne of intlt'Jt,ion, fr thy jiaie f.h'nilil be m (to : jn tihe h'ioP tli iy ivtnwii - jrivo a not' 6'i.'ii nV.n innuiro and without "uf fyjent .nuHclo .to fill ,t!u offices, nml they lihrmld djcsta'o, tor CCio mxn' liffon tbnlcil tbe rex;on,3 ' l.itlrtar up uter Kf&lfiK on tlo .waJV all Rtnty noinlintions. Tths, nia'co. have many smart MUtiniaw tlity nto noquiil "Anotlitr RiKird rwmwil by ilf. O'SuJ- ln i'?jr l n j'isfi iiv.n." bivie Vy f Ci' payroll. Tlifry appoint livan is O. W. Tlionm. of Nvi'au ooim- - Tlw-ia'.CT,l Wll-- "ilPTinfi ' t'1'1- of jhe jpro lri,'irvi of illio ia,ct of 1912 ty. a,nfl Jn Ills who ilo thlr wl'J. One nieuiuT t ntvl of itlu Tireuent ; J' if j'jst cdiufcn f WftUiina iDrqwn, Uoyre- - Unit th? Jjonrfl Unll naiKo nil .. i'rlt.on I'iril J n ijio'o 41 Kcntfutjv IjoulVfii uro "J!" roBUln.:icr.J for atrial 'y wnrn.rtiL)in nia'i. k'tiMnan of one of tlia n lnn, v, w'u , in Hie lnt .,r ave,!iiiU of Jhs iiiititiiiion uivlsr it a"curol he nnu'ntment r lm: un Ne;pon counts'. ITilie livitor wp ' or enyulo. of Any jnrn-Je- r t yve in UN offixntd to tricura Uibp-vs- o'hr nim!tr of flic Jirv, 'it t nnl via W or any ottjacr or' otiipinjw of the syivlicriD's ltrilut,,r 4,f fun. "a jn J'Vijjo f .siKili a bill wivnl pcrrn.it the w.l r lit .ointix)! "u'io Uie S5j-ot&W ami Wti rl'i of Mr. O Su l v m. any Hid aiin;tit.ment rm IC "- -' i:i political aat'vity fjjiiii tucky, niil ilr. O'riul'ivjn, Vn rOUicr a:iprin'.jnt.nl.s nivio by Mr. U'ri'il- - shall ensa-ia rji' pynli- f Jw bo,it;il, nif.!ibff .Uvan aro: tj;aP, of J 'ini'.m cauiity, for be riiiiovvai from hi otC.c. ilr. 0'Snlllii'i5 sliVJraut iw puly ca;eV jto.,3 Ji,?cnt n U'IO n 1!1I. nf Mr. JoUn C. M.mjo; Jlinn-s- , ' nn,a ivmimiJa iliaveb?en itnil- -. KjViluin, of lUrttr, fur KufiM II. tw(3Wj-fl"Woiijil it not kt l3.tt'r fv S.i;- ' Vanuut; ISrnam.' iwinl IltwrJil, f Fcanl:-i.U- He is in t.ir wrons; in tlijjs ,sfi im?n,; a' anil ,the lJmocrat,lc TWply ;f tiioli ciJjZ ti W hejsln t,he reat af h;s canJ. Ho lU' ami tor Mr. IVivy Hajv. J pirni-j- Y !inu cic'.i offloMTl'Jjr lp at rcmoia,B apivutnicut iriU: by Mr. lO'Sul niiil3 t,w:nty-jec- n "Bwli uonUlbutv li"" ni.'e ti i or ojher t livan aral liiis rtsjujatics nVlit bo M'.t-- Kmnkfoi of Mi ntile ntjV-e-r jian luiit a on- n twoiie at HHyville, rjiree turn anil f.liuwn to lm.v .In irhrtllM rfi.t crrvr.rn.1. h'iiiii il nnil'ifi' u V ,iu.H y,v ii' IU',i i ami tliara are outa'jamtjv1 a many jwjri nixde at rjl'c t'W'Mifo of a numljir pay the pirty aivil e!cw'oji opn.ii uil . The ramals lios- - v.fa unrO. .miil proini-s.Vimblj .the Ja.t ticnj-ujr-- j en l!i clV.ni to liuv a morr-Rty or or.Tinizitlon an,l on tlio K v ' sovouimen,; tuul by'liavin? gji Jilvtln,;s apiKinted to offco; to iyivn n w p'fi-ci. icrsif.cs for is lii9linffs W''!" i'iii.n unproviJexl for; 4 crc"i; Ju l,c xl tllotrlcts anil to ro Trail?" tri!;r viinii ilistrio'jS .for iv aojiirn;cn,co. "The loli;icHl syn,ljinte Jus trrH to Marx Clothes SchaSiier Tliis Store is the Home subsidize .the pr.Ci, nnJ mm mM in part; Jt has tncjl 4.0 nul3l'lj;ze unl the General Asonibib' by lirjJ contribut;uis of moivy to ejinilatins for ;ei,jon; Jt Mefl '.o ncimiivationa and control the ni-- ' nejonp from iF.rankfo't the at of BOv.erivn".nt, by Cions 'o oorreappndcnts; it lias and District afarroalri, Ia,nlu7ir5. p HUJbllw b3 in office, nml he woitjyi ,lttie Co at). EQUALITY. L ,, 'con-- 1 pn I srff N(tieo j heroljy kIwji . Sii,te and Judm-11,offlceis l JdflMK K r i cf vnnSaiifa nuin tp .ufrtanfa PM, Sept. S. Tlio farjnere n al'i 19th iliy of September, A. P.. 4U13, tribuilons foi nonilii.i,;pn owl vjor'jlon; Affiant Mplll ,"Vou are net. ol'lW t'-are vwy buy r.uttdnK to)ncjn Uie sa,d CliaxJ.(vi it J.aa debau'itd 4'ie vq")?rfc: by )ronsy Plaois are oil? or cuuivw I hiiiU nut !'. rr.iMer wus, rluly I an,d preparinx wheat ground. adjustdl bankrupt, unl tlijjt rt5".Xlmt aaJ ipromlRcs of office jn an ciffnifo i any tlilr-fiv- e or forty fc)uuin4 Mr. Jake Kvcrly Uti1 Df lunar onoul m'.ttni? tvf rvAlltfv. ulVI hn fmd Hi thrt coni'mol conventions aiyl ptilmanlls. Penn Oorjara." p whicJi OSulV.an nvll) ... . ni liw Iioiiih n.tar XnlHan Ky.. Suadiy . ? " sylvunja under .Ttq3 Quay, ioi phjo "No. but I alil"k VmnHan,t j om'ttVrl law oirioe or D,eun & Umn. (n ommts- -. un-J- r L'oas Cos nevw isncaacil (mot-- dur the inluce." Kentucky, on tlie aihh dpo if Slonday, voncjed Oc,tpJ;r, A. D., 10IJ, aft Z p. n., ias'u japacijQua tyipjiny I T. SI. PHVT1HIAN, iMr. Mm Gyuwcock and ifajndf'4 mv ? by ,tho PPll.,dpaJ,aJvWaiiia tW WliCminK fT. which time the nad rraditora Pmy aXIteraonally appsar11! bfiHore ne Mpnilpy. Mflll to own ithe Uieuviciatlc prffanjaaitiiirin ,'i Pytlilan antl subacnibqJ and warn to od to yils pl:uw tlnl.' flTYhVA IIiaIt iihllntl iilvM'lkl All men look pleased when smoke T-. r"-V.- r . W,lWu. f n.nr IRmril I s Kertutky. . to. examine Uie lUnkruot iLhd'.ltrl t'1's c10-c- e .tobacco for all men like the rich the foreeo,inir arrailnvit pn puis. iio ;;,th, mk Ctty, X Vlsltl-iJV"'", Mr- "TJ10 aota.of Mr. 0'SU)lJip.n anfl li3 day of Senmutif, 1M2. anntisuch oiheir bu.nr M (nay pipu quality and true, natural flavor Sir. W. M. AoHnUn. cvimf - lirfn. .M.l4l mlw.t.tnf asHOclAies In ramovlns flrom pftco the I O. i"A. TlllOMAiS. . .. . . l"p. t!rr.,.n. .i ijorn two iir. miii uvibi. w-.oftjoieiit orfioors of Vie ipona) 1?,12. Pnitltlon fUd SerfonVbCT Nojar Public in atvi for illranklin on a fine bo,y. I Snt. Jvaar'tn anil county, Ky. My ooninlvj wi'jlioiit without notice, J. A. Dq.VN, Mr. and Sirs. C. AV. Jtoynpl rqtum-e-- i wjliout cause, p toae pX itho lTliinHtiOf Itatweo in IVHikruintcy. February 10, 19H. from KvansviJHs "t(r ,l tlw lwi' yjid,lca,'je. ,p nuy itS pojijtiiioa.1 i:tits the Oweasboro, Ky HuflUmbtF 0O,tll lnlr Howling visit yoftwday, on ttu anJ ln il'tianoo or tlio lw, wilHl'.'li ny3 Wins Suit Against Church. , Green. I tlioy almll not bo removed Nu'llt for WasJi., Sip,t- Notice to TaxFayers. Tacoma, 4V.w Untji Klr,tley vlnitd frlrjids hear cause. OjiVU0 .Unman vwnilncivt I au.'.nt iwuty Sheiiff G. P. Jouos w,JU ibe mil It'iivl hiuwlay.l "i:M II. iUIIOWN, JR." o'uiixjlimen Ami Sidrs Mf ho Vciitlftuy Jwn Ul0 BoilQWjns j.fce an day nrynqi Mr. llubeit Krown, iwJio l Tlio aflJiant, T. SI. Pi,!iy,tliian, gas I.o of Vutl'ftUon, 1" w,i-'l- i li'', Wlo ia'--' 'lUlite .ill, is improve-?- . ' Ij collet your .taxg; s 13 ynara or aco; tui,t lur.tnpie tj'i.in H'"-r-'f0r uuan askYl Smoked in pipes By thousands of men everywhere Slr3. Owen Jlrpun Mlyj'1 Jlr t.i,'jMr. OciVbsr Jl, Xortjvwn. t rive yura laat past Iw lia itocn eml4iibippi!ti .'wvl "till "nrji'ion f U'o I known to cigarette smokers as "the makings." noar SlatatiKas Sunday, , Jo,hn l'ltro'u SV're, Oi'bMr lj, B,fto;l ploy id at i,'10 I'Tjukloiit pendteju'sjuiy ,s Up-maft"Vtytui ur her lauq!itor, iMiryiqr We 'unusual pride in Liggett Myers Duke's noon. I Sir. Opnle IvlWlnifer visit'rl Wrs. asjil&tant depu'y ,niVin; i'm ifor four was .bnounht iU a jp,'9 av. Mixture. It is our leading brand of granulated tobacco Ilnlicart TuiiMl.iy. Majran, 'October 12. , yurs Imnied'ia.tcCiy pr;or tluitufto 1v wis 1SI.1,; Slw. nlulit wbui tin? imy and every sack we make is a challenge to all other tobacco Sir. Wiwion Kneels wia,H Uvb KUOiit "f , Ip.'jPh, October Jl. ) T!",Prttu,rf of the Count of AlPIWilii f tuiw-p' Every .5c sack of this famous tobacco manufacturers. f,0"'. III atnr llorWia Swain'on, Tu idiy JIiVjIs Uun, Ocbbtv 15. I Keatueky; ,tha,t for itwolvo ytnjrs .Grom K. TJve ohursa worn atrHniait rVbfwp ounces of choice granulated contains one nisUt. l'laiauvt Hiilffe. OnVjoi)r,r 10, foflonfapo. lSSl to Jil'6 be served us iuand jn V10 j. o'r?o, of thu Niiuaiiy tobacco, in every way equal to the best you can buy at any IlUford, Ootober JO, aftel ivqoii. H:y.nkfort penj,'jenitiary: Jjha.t 61m IJiO'Wd price, and with each sack you get a book of cigarette Wilier van Uoci'jhu.111, iSIi'ijhr CaitiOllus Muhlenburg County Dry by Big Hoflln, Octuibcr 17. ( ), ( of I'riiloii Uammlinera ia,s itcdivpted of lAfYideniy of papers FREE. Sinyf Aloyjius. T. II. KLAjOK. rtlirlff'l jo vinoi9 him fnom uffjoo lis isaCvJijint V.I.AMati'on euid JjoHlfcl I. V.- Majority. till If you have not smoked the Duke's Mixture made by tbo dipu,ty murten, withoujt nota, )niarin Jjittetl j- ilyrt Tobacco Co. at Durham, N. C. try it now. ho jjrj. Ceivtwl City. Ki., Hjojit. or oiu., ulthoush hw (torm if Mffi.'e ADABURG. Slarjorio Itienian, nifo,l yi Get Camera with the Coupons l"ilbWon olwHon Uid in (jhla county iiU. SnHt. 24. A hoavy rain ftfU Itere.liul does iwh .nliie iunti!l Ajmsuut 1, lnor n.imnii today iMsied off qulMy !wd a Very n Febrary, 111, following Savo the coupons. With theni you can get all torts of valu I Tbe a,fti!Ui,t &ay,g CJi,t mbau,t l,1w mll-d.l- o "IW , able prcicutsr-arucl- ci suitablo lor younjc ana taaflvx, Wtho M.yht vote wrw poilsil. ,Tho r.nunty from 1110 aea,Jemy by Aid men, women, boys and girls. You'll be Sir. and Sins. J, A. of Aiujjwit lui-iho cay:l ito .nje wienfc ' (to AllWi. dry bi 8,200 inajonlty. Jt 1 PladmuJ t'l'vt Intrwlwl to taK9 hor delighted to see what you can get free withw lilttytnUio filiojiiijiw jruit Danijal K. O'tiumvun, iC)!ililnmain of the TimMhwod fjo hIww fj'w ys" Central Olty uAojio wujd laveono wot out one cent of cost to you. (jet our new SK-Jo- l 1ojlu of Prlaon Ooiunxision'jns pt hjs - T(lio wliisky it i&wl Ivore uhia rvic(l tan a illustrutcd catalog. Aiaiptclalofftr, Jinine lioid tune V ithe lKior pii'men jook 110 initorosi, but utf',cw ,ln the city of Lwlsvu'l0, in t,ia WtU tend it frm during Spttmbr and cbulm they iliaMe Benoral .'uirquiuV en tliam pnid tli.t Cve lvail jonceaiW Jicir, .October only. Your name and address-p- a lvit 5w wqn(t ta JTd.a Ma hjjlioj WXidd;naf fwSxo ifi Paul Jane buljdjni-c- ; UM l I'ai'Jier GoiUluini t'U'l'l1 ,lla't ,l8 ,,aa wiliijoh the ejeotlon lionttrtl. a postal will bring it to you.. dyjlitherla O'SulUian'to fiinjl o,u,t wli"'j'ur topt Jior wlifercaUouts surf.t baeouae-(nSm pUlVlron ifnacled ;! fjretft Women and i jnV-- " Mji3 isyo Greer has dyrfWiJa, , Coufom from Puh't Mirlttt may hi Jl- affjuti,t .upuVl bo niJaiacd ' forltj wtlh lati from HORSE SHOE. J.T., tol l'in lier.iiqjlier wutd Maoo ilierin aivl remr.'.lnpd iiirpuniil (jho MqV'r-ideputy iirVn, or nj as o.'Uitant Ia.miwa one abou,t through oMt'l TINSLEVS NATUKAU LEAK, GRAN- I imprppqr iWvl,roiinwts (jn ,Af!li. 'Uy. . all GER TWIST, rout FOUR wou'jl' bo nuulo to dliungia Mm tob.w. dn tliis Jit'liv'.lwrlwod. KOSES UOc tin Ambit coupon), PICK PLUO CUT, PlEOMONlT CIGAR. by fji) itourd of l'r,lii )Comini'Hi1ini5rs. Puts End to Bad Habits. ETTES. CUX CICARErrES. ini Notice in Bankruptcy. 1Ioro (a a wonwiu itthp. speaks fnomp:! Bluer tJt ur toupont uwtii on ut. Danlol i:. O'Mull'.vun ptfl ufftantt (n Kiid Thlrnjs newer look UnJsJit (topno iwi'h In Wio ,ltr,lit 4iart if tjlm Uinlted sonul krviwliflae and lon-t oxpenUr. ''Uie bluus." Ten to one nlw tmu.bloi U. VanVAt ltmfui eativir.sa'ilia.n Preraium Dept, s of viz.. Sirs. P. It. fv tlw waiiBWi llnuwMi, of'wiiloj wasntwl urfijaiv.'i piuie ifor oiw pf hjs sluswiali liver, fHHiw fi'w Ha'f (""it,' SVt-iDivlnJon. Kentucky, Pa., wlio fcfiyjj, ?'-'I huow fnom 'oitgiV1 mon; r.!.i,t Iturus II. VanSat Jvail put billions ,poloui, (tUvt ar. K'V-iTIn tfi. matter of Char'oa y. liuf3, osico that Clnanitrlaln,S Coiisli up or raise,! tlilrly-fjvi- o or ifuil'jy tfiou- - I460 Pills wwufd exje". fTry them. I.-- t ST. LOUIS, MO. l far supiTjor tjo any qtjlierw Vpr, A vattnfPixn and Uie Jay of better Xeejjiiias toyl "ti'te liajikTiipt. sin J dorjara for itlw It Iwl nat bjvn fio.r Viviftinit. He, blues." Uet tor atqmupli liwr and To t'la crediiirji fkt CluTirlfls K. l'',rp,"ar, Wifro i3 Jiotlyiir tlut 'oxco it,! V if of Tuj-lo- r I Mineg, in tw Ctouuity of Ohio su;j by all idqaleia. AV I O'Suttn, o?vl tlw ojfss wu.uid not itiniwy,s. sw ,i 004 (iniasin. ptirrn-Vcfl- BEING PAID "" .Mr. OVulUum nivl lucraoivc iMipy-m.'n- t; for ll'i for In oMi'mnpe Xr fus VanAint for i'fir.o hSkilWI'3"! ,,r .n cvq!.ui for urrnt Or fl'io npiJl- for mmsiViHV'niil twirl '"? rati'. ivuiJiiWc rit,icn in th Aii4tit injn,n'rlw w l'jr assxatra t" nlXfl cnabl of 1io net of 1912. "Mr. 0'SiilUv.in funicir "L'mlcr V a'jewiit: Uie rCil l'(u-i- l in liji tm. frpm t" to fi'n t tn,y . T..jt - We Have a New Fall Suit for Yob rllllf llif i l nj io n omrivnal liiiiil oiC.ui-liil.i-.- tr fr - lw ' 1 Inn - Ci. r 1 Ui-- Arut w " t l"!'" '. Ifi-- Jlin. n v ecn;nt i''tt'. e 1 ',!,',',-cla'.- ti l' elui-u- tr ni, inuu ;ini puto-Isijo- .bn icon-m'jti'j- rH m i' o con-vlo- j., il lll jrnitiel ", e liaj-pwi- -' t tl!i if -- lirJ ir,vi-ju',io- n f o 1 e n. m fI 1 o',i'-fir.- ., j,-- Mw l a. aw they those :n who live' in the a;l cities. Right here in our store you can make your selections from a fine Hart, stock of Marx Schaffner 4 You don't suits. need to go anywhere else to find Vy' the best clothes in world. You may have a 9 deep rooted convicis' clothes; tion that you cannot be fitted in some men have. We would like to show and try on a Hart, Schaffner Marx suit. V These suits are slrictly all wool and better tailored T I. L.ii i ana win give you mucn oeiier service man any J tailoring line in me country. We will fit you right. Your side of every purchase 't'i considered in this store. We don't want your business if we can't satisfy you in fit, quality and price. You had better see the new things as early as Uiniu'j possible. Hart, Schaffner 4 Marx Suits - - $18 to $30. Barnes Special Suits - - - - $7.50 to $15. ..-.- ', MEN at YOUNG can wear just as styli s h wyi clothes as y .1 f-- I I --- o' v E. P. Barnes of Hart, (Si Bro. t i it BEAVER DAM, - KENTUCKY, ! t1l lti9 fm-munl- ty I -j ISSIR'K a "' A Picture of Contentment of - .... lAiffA-W.- - . ' " 1st ,9 l.ai lw-- dffttL$KO' n... . .olrw i. i ! u SuikLfKitfu'iL tke & and a half 30--- "'-- it -- l,( ( la-la- w ity lll " , awi-mil- I I I l(i'3': - a .L I 1 H "0ipp.rl lir iItaj-nnon.- w ias it 1 i UoilKa I i uval-ao.m- t., I jw. nul 1 r I I Iiwil ! 3ai "ifaXT i'i'iirl'JLniL "'.4r- -l . niL. 1 faLPten-&X4u&2h'- i . ufju. nAadi ,iJi' al