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C(il((iii.in's Jtfartfircft DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE of liar miny frir"iiils Iptvu Jit it fttrjirlju iljim 'r, A limit n o'cjiifk iUtte a numbor of o)d peopo anl old frj'inU ilrid Mthrf-i'c- l n nnd u(Ur m,iny luipply gratings ami ,tho ftJicw-Mof former liy 'awn;. i fteiwblicim OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year 11, 1912. OUR HIGHEST HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER birthday, yinrs ot ..'ijr', itJi'l ulio ume No. 13 hepn fjfty-oi- e ED MORROW ON THE STUMP fc FARMERS FOR GOOD ROADS BIG GAIN Fill! NEW PARTY Encouraging: Re- Ho Jm-- s candidno lias d Vitrei Iijms-pjf- spok'jt out wlnt he unrl IVjs pvity iwo in mind for tho farmqns of ?j!m Unjfl SVvVs. Tlhey don't need ftartratton, ho lJl ithojn, nnd, of course thoy ara nt t' Have wi'iat tluiy Un',t njod. rri3Tl.'o ot their iiroJuct, li(0 yiJf, fixM n foreign nvtrkiits, it fqllqww, Ing to ViVon. if. Is a nijs,t-wand a fnl'ACV' to Protct.it (jlip Amrictnl market ror ,t,ho Amqricari Xarinor 'Presi dent ToXt, wMien ho Jonpd in nqgotttp? reciprocity with tluiada, nxrojio,oiil t open tlw American mirkqt, no fir i.s foodstuffs are concerned, to one oauntrv, .Onnndu, tlio latter to .make 6ho rvrnta concession lp ,us. Wnodrqw Wilson, DDrqoaratlC cun,d'dato for ipragldnt, wl';h his part" bqliind Jiinv proposrd In words (fjliait iqani)Ki.t be qnen t'io .imrlca,n market, itjo for 'Uio Anwrjcan farmer, to iqvcry country In the worjl, nlthouh praiailwtViy ovcry fopd.froduc,lng country in mhe .wanld except Urcat Hfitoln, lias its owm market I'rolntsl npajn't, ti'fi Almorinvui farjner, and mako no of:r of any lopncenslon ito Ug. Tlint is, .the .Americam. farmer Is osk-q- d by Wilson .o vo.tq. for IDamocraftlc Kroe Trade Jn farm proUico wl'h laU'U't wor,,d. lAnd, lt Hliould b3 rimombered, o tlio Wilson Democrtii'iic vdqa of is in Amcrlca tor wliat Europe and Canada and thajt big SAUjth Amerlcvin farming country, V.fl qhcr UnJtml fjatu, ArgoinjtliTt. hxvfi to sell, but no Jn Europe, or Qanayla, or aVrgtntjna, for whit t'10 Americnji farmer luus 0 all. And t'10 aVmeripan tanner is cxpectal to vote t illt all tl10 world in,to Amariqa freo. Jnq.-ord- SKYSCRAPER Looking: Down Upon Street Men Resemble Ants. Ten Thousand People Will Be Bradley's Champions Find !i,,,:,:,,l!ui:u1:":::urr,.J,::ri,'!:1Lake Cold Reception. 250 At Meeting and All "Bull Moosers" But teen. FifUontoM, wo ato lr.nor llov. JfiUr ji Uio iUy wo i"Ml nmne fftmlvo y an1 jfHiio iftLtel""- fi.k lit uiii-ft- c .... in .1... fiiii iiii r in ...l.m n.nin..l w nil st iiiibii n iiiiii .. ,tiii T.,l 1...il.R,. i to ;iik tii mirit irwu .ttiom uvsr im.iw, nftir whMj w Ciad a .song ami O. of to Gulf-R- oad Men Many Form Organization . t.'t e ports From New York. With Straw Vote Taken Shows son Second and Taft Wil- Will Link Three States Proposed w Krv yi a ivnujar old Joviefoast nnd UlKtkina lojula then for it qlpsmg iwig wmi( "In Routes. Poor Third. liofivvji we'i nef.r r.iy (rood lt)f?' ami we dispersed fooling Urait t vti no J J Ky., Oct. 8. The Uqpuh-Hcaio oj ,perc. K MiinirtJlli CnTO. Ky.. Oct. Jnuiltfort, Ky.( Oict. 8. Wdlll'im of Johnson County now kno,v wiMit of npfitc wa nrs pompllea W tiiuliwty Laww.m, state cliAinnati at itlio ;Prosr3- con,f,wous whrero to get off." This Is thi etprus-nio- ti VnwJon omy ,tlio mifU'vi or irps,!nt. nt fj t1"-- local ilvoaJ- ivo iprly, todny f lime jtliroUgi, n,ilanii, Kentucky and Tcnns-- tymt ot, l'wirs doiwis , Jl Wl O" vl.li 11 nit network of UtvriM f'!- - quajfL'tx of tlie ornn7.a,,lon u coipy cf ivory day and ovwi more fruquqiitty cra ,i"kinK a!1 ot t" tounrjps oftlir.) a tl?Ktiin irecciiipi from Joseph DlNon, tlie address made here n ik Man meet, I Lexington Natlonpd Cyomiuiittec, l'liloii (stntcn, jh mw amiiitiu kp4 tM-a,ChatPnon of Taft atul tunlpn,tt'im l'i' lu,K5 Oft. .,,,.,, r, , Loxlnifton, Ky.. O00.I Jtncula ttatt-- npcordjiig o ijlie t,nw vote nB lilwOt I. Morrow and iWUIiuii AWWi I'irivjrivies iinot tcyl.iy .for punpiaj of AMH(fj,tlon, orsnnjzctl nt (tjw conv?n- - tfik'tijin New York Itowiovlt f irnl-ti- g at tha otmrtlMiurc. Irnmiont on?i.ii!KyJon ami llatonfl IP Hon li.'re UMlay, wJJ trlie upcoirJiitf; Ulo Stajte, wl'Ji 'Wilson g?cpnd tnd Some of tliu "nUiulivitteiv," l'ad ) lltinry T. l)un(.in, Jr. to rfniIiti(JoiiM niiojeil a annetiK. omwd nil rul ln.j Taft &M1. '1 ,'Juxi Tlio ticuro itoii, of IjxtJn,ton( miny T,litLii-craipo'l f,o,How: "a(pond TVic I'omiilution of 11 thorou'ilifnrj lp!k wqu)1 Kni' .tlio iiijKlity iMorrnw hScii-tu- r of hJiihii fnWir Ito'J'uvi'it, will tvj tin? citiNs of InJ.iji,piijs lj'Jls-vill- e New ,York Herald idiows ,llrfi,sevi?t V'11'-l- n Ilradlcy'3 rnht iIkuhI nrin iitul one muet next Vliif.viVi.y xlslit nt t'10 WJlutun in Now .York Stajte iwitli uivl N.wlivlHf?, i Wie ifiai; tftinii of tthu liv Klin1" of tlm slriJjtyriodTii.ff liiiuliUin r it un;.tnixc. Itooqvi?lt vo'je doable t,la-- of ,Taft. V.U'Sir llrudlpy li:Uiifk in Kentuol.y. ui j'i3 prnam of tlie nowly-- f irmuJ ,to tilta l'ror(j4)lvc f T!;s moruliur'-- s Herald po'A fliows (Taft lrpfs wi-r- hlustod, liowevi.r, wIimi iii An appeal '"vl liycitii,o Uouit' ua (imii.vI Tlie torniifii-ir- y bad third in ev.ery State, i.cTt 'five, ITii) ;turniiil tuiiljuvo of my ilioiit out oranlvion qf an n wli-l- i ultori!i3 !iJ w n uriinl ) nnd Al of gliuij tint fifteen wore Hull vat couJJ not lie ,)nl-"- wheivvlje rujig wcond by nar,rowmTiriTia Hin I'll im to dJio ciiiii,i.:i.mi fuml, I upon th day of its lilrtli UxiIj- "TelPKrcunis from S'jio Ctluilmieti , Slower! , T,li liures st.ntion of lTw(Mv vUle gml In o'.rlklni; contrast to tit enVMH.t ,lowwwt nunit'e: 'Wyojuing strongly Progressive Hull in ljJUilll t jfiintul to ami t1" were il intcil' by AUaVitnn,t)hn ito 4Iio two every (nill tutd gtraw vote t,ak;n g llutiy' (nvjixritu; Iiltc a m m'jti ngi. ; iri'd ,llie Itocwievujt Mkjo h it,'numt b;.f lead aver all.' nlmo-- t tin iMitliniiini was nit iwu ivln lsi,on tlLU'id by .fj'ie tcliierjns; lel?-- 'j Hitll il.liit .f fl'ifl1" i 1.irili . ' ' ihai I'roprowe 'ickt I'citlleton IJacKity, ot Iannis-VlllMorrow mule tils upKii,1. JiiiUco Mor- -' luuijiicky In Novnnltqr. fate Plurality rrpresjie and II. U. Itrtm,stiy, qx;r(tniiy of "'ill Rive now in ulo no ;i.ttomit to Oil)ira VwifiJ 'Cojxtadn the UitnniobUe Clu,b, wire c)iuso; uiiowilns n viranviUW siimi'i ,mi lil diu.uvr., lint lull."! ilm-- i 1;(i.s oji pnopDrj(Vnat.Yy T. R. un.in,iii(tusy mlioson pnctsilcnjt tuid is;ro. If incnaise , iVit'i talis "f ENLISTMENT PERIOD S'yl" K'f unMiiif MiUm Ilrnsrqitsjw ipai.y wjll tary, ronixi'lwly, ot j!ie psrwltiun.' tWii m,iiVf to the nontinu'H nml ipKij""' T.he Itiurd of dlruulor iof 1i- ltnl Mikwo mvlicjict. lkh will, have landslide In Cq'joraflo. ltnaw LOUISVILLE OCT. 16 IN ARMY CHANGED !! luil mute only diirrt 'tlia aff'.ra of tlio asjojutlon vote Jiv;C3teg JJooaovAit in jnie Ipual-i'lc- s f"'"' ton to oao." 'OresQn'IloOjjsv1!' and ,wlH tcmist of four inon fr,oni wiin!i vj itnok jn t''e wIm mlirtitjitii wJU bj elected la,to nt sipor.ite win ?arry iw.iry titeit'cnto one. (Mane tliat Ik? ttii f.Klmt on iitnli'jice of Four Years of Term in Actual Ser- mffci'iiUBM ll?ld In Indiana, Kpiituekty and all ilndluitlons pom' to aieipl IT;ii!U," Progessives Arrange Trip Antxvmi tutiKOij Ui.'v. liilcvo .In iTTTtt? pujl llarge Tciiins?e itlio (UiCJ of whilt Jave not 'Lo;aJaIla UoKis,vlt wJU done llo33ilL. Tlys uliunmul (lie whojo vice and Three Years SubOf Colonel Through e rnrry yq. Iiwi dedisnated. The ubogce n.f 11 voitc.' "MIiCfhlKftn, ISoosn-vel- t couro of ilils mllWnsind (He Aiinlto-'loos,. triva.une,r, w,ko ,wiu bo .undjr n diMvy Michigan .'fifw .thqusnid nmtqs.' to tlie pawnoim of tlfi iit'iun-tn'.- n ject to Call. Middle West. bind, will follow Wio lumjoiutnionit ot volt and Jojuvson Will carry CHlifornln 'T. cJu. widAl Kjorl bj- vt loast on? luin.dri---ttrous'aind tlie diivcMttatc It'pntillrein jvirHj- jn tlm lua-ji- til of Indjian(l7 .we wul Hiri'y c intjil ifiiltiK of its nntiojitinoes 'f OwensJiofo. jnurty 8. Ky. Xoav. York, Oot. O ot; S?rwa'ii About M sad roata on tlm sjasts .from .tlio prcon,t. JikIku Monx,w eii.ljsi!i'.nl Jaiiolis, tuni&lit mads public fifMcitr for tbo itliree State fjoek ipan,t tn ifhrijuunuli tndifina witli Uqiiiibliceui tjioket irunininn headquarters lu Jooi rivruit;ns poor third. ' 'SeatlnKiit gnaw-dnsH'.nv-;- f ltfaorary of Theodore Itoon'elt'a ils a litiUSiii'liim.rjiin, (wluvi lie t tlio L'niyM tafin imiyt lias r?ocf,vM ins of the project. Of Unjajnipre thin LoulavJlje. NjiwIivlH1, jn Ullno,;s ltoosewlt (irtai'-'r.vsi. tl Uio Ooodt of l.iiiHn, OarfpM official notice, in tli tpi(r wlli;h will oarn li,lm jnto form of'i cr. li" mwo from and Mclvlnlry, Siml nvi.de ti Mlnnwata, cujnr, after Nowmlicr 1 wJU oilst for and Intyanartollg cnnie next wr.ih lpir.0 Pluliu between o.ne ihundnqd an,d ono both Michigan peninsulas, dolcifatlong and otlier cijtii inJ tjqwns huniu-euitd firty thoasand.' "PJWtd 'ti .tlie I!iil Mooser ito ,ionie a term of pcfii ycpr. VViconsin, HUnoi, Indiana, H?mucky ' in ICCiivtucki--, Iudjana and Tiannessa-back n,'.o .tlio fold. Too- - 0L1I term or eivlislmtwit Ohio and Roansi'lvania. was KIRTLEY. furnislie.d tlio ronial)id.er yof trtvo wim,Mn-tl- n iii,UMiitit to ujid tlie n.;w Tho ttoloncl will confine lijls cunncct Kcxwfvelt only tjnvu s rjm re fl.wm o a single address f.n iqach olty f ;tfi uiiora. TImj 0'rccntae X farmors Oot. 8. The farmejrg 'of tilths commuSmite iij,ij nwro tJian (Vubliw t'10 ajn - I lawyer t umler tlie nqw n.ct o,nly four wlio will I'ruClt moat by roarl work waa nity arfl very busy gaj'jhorins corn and wlifire 1I10 stops, nnd wjUi tine excaptpn Cal1lnllt..K, wljf l'rotiJnK w oainIi sowing wjvea. of the fplfi n,t'?ftdWi of a noon eipeeoh in Detroit, Tooly, Miti'llnition.s of Ilarr,m.ui. iMr. ytra of t'io een are to be BorvM about Mns. Ilay Fulko,nm an;d cil)dren are a'll lya lyilking will bo done in the eve- Tii! mayiri'ti' of be jlolrgnites mnia Krjck find rerklns wvm iKitlilmj uiulor tjie fj.i unlis tlie iivjji tiia,y Kui to the eonventloinln aujlopioblicg aout vititlng near Oantral QsV. I niingis. re ,M) do ui, Tlio QLlter tliraa AM the time he of .UiuivoriMiH. iil.;ic nvty be npmU at lioino .but aj,wa-at I0 of wMcli woi parkd on fcjio CavOj itoslnmcy. Oeiiyo cad Itujth KiiTt'y, Lqang Now York at 4 p. m. Miqnday ,iwai ila.nis .hjit lite pooMe n n Krounda thl jnorntnB. LpitHAvillo weno tho uqct of Miv Jasle Alding- the Colonel will n . Detroit yiuaro and on the strq (ts wqiv rcfJinjf the arrl-the wtr dqjvmom nc. Wlillo "fl'-'-l nd ton near Equalitl' Saturday n,ifiht .and Tuesday imornlng. of the vlitljcntjoii tlio nw o!vlHtm?nt 1 After ihis pch iiPWkun' in oner t.ltan tlie ' 1&I 1.. fl.k (.,.,..1.-..- nt aihb , tanro lie WjU leaviO for Sagiinaw, Micli., of Koosovelt bafore lio Prtb.itg tjoin. old, It js n,at tiouKht foliat if. wijJl make In :lema,t!i( t''eJ"e beiog abojul forty j Sunilay. of Scliool is praqirieHing nloejy at his wlicro lie .wlU opeAk Jn thjo iqTenjng. mlttec. anj- - (tfferenco n tho .number of flrst-clas- s oars orrsoxt from Ithu mct,rofioUs place with Mr. J. C JaBksQn fla At nlanilghit he wgll begiin hn At frequent ,lntorials t'" 'Pilik r rcajb' ilerlr-ln- s Kentuck'. .NnsHvilie ranked recrultH, 'as vthoae y o tlie teaalver. journcj- - wlch will P'ul to vrve would no,t mnfl fln;!ii,jtiin( in he inwaber of cars iStint firew omotloniil, n:lu,'p(d His Iiimiiii 1th iMr. C. W Iteynojds ahlnnad la jjarjo take him to Houehton, Mich., at 7:V his hauls of the dlict livlte.ror itho wnen as threr? of tkrvse can m,etijns. Evun,-siiia p. m., Oatoher 9. At tnidnceilii he wjU had been n Itnpuulicnn. The be npoitt at liom?, wliJi tlio Tli automobilos, louVyi wj,tli enitihus;- -' shlpnicrt of Btock to nigltt. ayart for Duluth, arrfiing ait 10:30 n. m. outburrtH of applause that ffns'pil Uim number ito only four roads begxtn ycura actual astlc tirlvocuitca of Tlie lEquajlty school fjoj'p PJayfd a Oietobor 10, in timo for a brj,ef rest wnro few, lo,w, anl f.ur liotwevn. A servilqe, 1Iquvlt .the circular wrirns arrivj,njf at tho Cvve curly yftjtexday TaCt pcKin,g in ,tho evening. tpulpurjtcr, by rtrevloiut arrttnite-mNv- t, those In recriiirtjry; HerM;oa tint aftejnpon and conilnued ,to arrive nn-- ! game of ball last Saitwiday wi.h (jho t'i oars Centertown dradl iqIioqI iboya, at tho Placpvl on tli,o p'lUtfoni, theie win lw fome troubje Iieaiing Du,lu.h ,tho .Oojonei will gp ivwl ItJi-untjl tho til ilHtfl lnt nliiht. A tew jlie econe ''i004! to Osliikosh, Wis., arriving at 5. p. in. 4PaT Morrow with pi wHeil tonuili of nAtu.re of ,t;he jiciv mliainent s vfully wliich hud had .tiro trou,bie arijl rather close of nino Innliisas" , the cOctober 11. utwpperg-l- if ciet as The fqHowlmg I day he jn understood aad (na,trupts rnm to r?- - ntj'nor grievances or lioxselcpw tnave), 12 .to 3 in favor of Canteito-nliavo ad will nvake tho r,un to Clilqago, WheTe, rqaf'ied o'' prounilis tlJay. A ftr,tiire teacher of the Equality bo-uaa mn,tiia,,-- ,t,o tho cheerinu. It double ,thqir cftora In npuxinjf re- of alio greait run to tlio Oave js tlio vised thm to soJi tlvelr 'baJl putfjt after tvlg qvenlng peqcli, ho wtii'J rtlre to Ha Xretiii'iU rariinr on nir-bcrults. fapt that not a Inglo Ojocldi.nif oc- and invent in wmie game tlirat they Qin and lipoid Sunday, Ocfqber 13, table while fjio Uujl iltoive uuiilcn T.ie jiew term of en,lt.s,tiiient ' I fiksf; ifcho roads Play. mllMl in tUelr not affoct tlvoe already jn (lio .service. curred, dmlto .tiie loadjvf IP lti'5 cavern were crowded wlft Alias 'Ilea JgicJieart of Jvronoa viitjd (JUirjix at Judna (Morrow's attempt Any man in itho" aenice crin now JIIo ' lwnnaas ara very busy taking cajre of ca,mo rt,t tlietilosoof dfttHvli. Hfl had for only t),reJ J'WS and as veliiipinj, driven at rapid upoed oyer Uertlia Siwanewn Monday' nlglt. poor rends. was jjla. guest tholr crijJ and getting tfiinss jn rpftdi. Mis. C. W. Jurt .taken 1ns ';it, wHwn it ie Dull ni'iny othor tlirea year enlistments I Sun nera for tlhe wlntor. Tlm bus.lnoss nteqtinsr wais cnlled t of lier daughter Mrs. dta.su .Moose mqiuitociietv 'annuo nnd Mi'il: as ho disiros, providing ,lwy pro aScliop 1 sUl tlolng ,ffne. "May I ngk "in a ntuyttmn?" order u,t 9 o'clock t'l nvornjUiir on the diy. Also t't wiw cnllistmcnit in. Mr. Kd Laaa.ni,- - and wfe, Miis Sue "Certainly," Nald Morroiw. structlmig do not go JnjtiO nffiiut until second floor of the liqtol yffi abo,ut 5 Another Roosevelt Supporter. Piewo and Mrs. Mary Cumn,iia rpa-t- t pen-oit Ur. It. Ljndsey Ho"You aro u Un,itod .SHalm Disrj'.-iinesiiit. Nowmlior 1, o taio enlli'jnjr feifo.--a Sunday last With frlqndjS mjoar jllpi'ae Flint SprCngs, Ky., Oct. C, 1912. or tho .Attorney?' that time aro compcItiil to ajrAie (tiltroe und of l4uisvllo Qliaimiiin nranch. lio 'inqatlns. acted Hartford itejtubliicun, HpjlfoirlyK. ariungeimantjs for "Yes itilr," rtMipntcil Morrow. years only Dier Sirs; Enclosed .find fl.Hl I for Jdr. 0car Stewaiji wife amil children as nlui,lriiuiii of tho cun,van,tion. "Appointed by Taft?" Dr. iJeit la. Uruaqr weloant?d ithe. vll-toi-- wliijqh in(d jTto tlie lt"ipii(bi;qan one year of Williams iMinas spent Saturday and "Yes sir." Straw Vote From East. "Tdiat'j ml J waatcri t know," biHl iUlffalo, IN. Y., Oct. 0.Straw wtos in bohalf ot ,?jhe Goverinor and or Am grid (Vnat i'ou ,lTe trying the fltond Sunday at .Mr. Charlie .Stewarts. 'Misa Maude Stenurt wilio la fv:hin tlm bltr mountaineer, liy Uio iitabllUh- - blJ,9 SpXo of Kentucky, ard Jro,n;.'a tor iTilicpdi'ire Uaotttvtg, und th titiKivice takoji Jn Itufalo .InilUfstiunl cliecred lustily. As 11 wjiojo, Monmw'a. ment,s ahow that the liworkinn? fnun uro tho iC,Oiopeiutlon ot tlvl Stpie in any You deaarne the guimort 'qf all vod Victory school speit ijjist Sajtunday (and y voters f Ohjo Siuvday at her liomo In iV'i PiVifCe. good roafls lrpj'lt wihjcli oitilaqns, I especially speech Mim lumlojfd afltiT llnwo p,f hi Alt stronttly for Roaevplt. . .Miis. I.. P. Crowder and daughter Miss Youns, I beau ldcuj. Soiuttor 'llniflley, and lie! Jn tho works ot i,1io AlmenJican Itfvlja- - mlsUt iho the outcomo ot ?i!u ;neqtm;. Coun;tj-Mu,yime,o Ol'IS. WHITE. . nnt last SundViy .witli Irpl. drqcted lijs ejioin ifiwutll Jtfimtvoi-- . askod thol" Dr. .UriuiAr atd ospee.iol Rttv?,3 aip,ou t'U t""" OoJiiipany, 3,200 nmn ap I iictid iter liuiimcitijous ,Wm. AVuliib's tlvs noar Mt. I'Uvtsant. W11(J kiwuvli ;Usiurl pivquces, wid 2,70 canw put for qple aytond by itfl vfllume of noiso, rfiM'vr than 'jV lloosex-olt-. tho puojilo of ti'yo qltlos and Frot. Woodrow Wilson Speaks of A punti)' of u J wins In itlw C. Jvllmos J'iiMklng cd aoi'iV'lccs at M,t. Pleasant phujvh last the Farmers. deiMli of lie fj'oko ivrly Company, S93 of the 403 ino,rkars (woro thoso of tho rural djatitiptu, doA'firin; I IJvJiry ifiarme,r I who tsoa mke outiitg Sunday evening. two Ikours. for .tHo Oulanot I,'oJlo1w;mff a,re othar tliat i'io farnvars aa a cja,, wu,U iroi't Miss Jfora Wedding, one 'of our itieaah-e- r. mora by t'io coiwtructijqn of food, Toad Qff liis no9 (to tyilta Its faoe Jjke voti Wlien Iho.iHio "aamisi litems" lul pall: at 'tM nlaco fipant StLturid,ty lutid I flnilJlhci their rcmnrks, jH(l M'ulijj, u ihiti''' ing for Wlfron Cor OanfidJan ineimfwlty iWH titan any othens un,d itha,t e, I uro ublutJy escntjaj o tfin read Wllpon's aroxw,! Ito tho jSuniUy at ,Uer ltqnvo in Hartford. I'rosrfs-lvshould WJJ uml mertliiiji.t of Haunts-vjl- l, Mns, lllatsoy Plercu MjtlUd fier inn tAaUHUst run (luv!luumtt qf ha axrjicuHuril farmers on Tliur-tlay- , that jho iiuilloU'u wlia of St at larklu S,oap C. .(jaf.fleo Mr. Jqlin Was Pjeixw,' of "HorAo Urvuiclt , imipi tutd: Wulliiiainr Otxivj, iy., S rmouroos ox tlio SOiutli. 0 toruo) JIM Uull Miyt uxtiliolloti, tyiil mule n I lipjijiy ".llie American farmer ininx'r 'has bewn Saturday Uaiid Sunday. 3 sl""-.'li- , wilijrti AtiUKht ICiiiiitzmanu h'lorl, "I mjs-Vik.- One Of Housed Iu This Modern Monster. The Singer bunding wnj fogarf(d recently as Uio list Ivtsht Jn but It Is dwarfed by itjhoiWpol-wor,t- li r. building, .which is 13S test p Jn ,tho air Sl2 When you got tse 12S Cee,t more mqanjs fJ vsTyfpxgo mnclil-tos'jUr- e, JpXt-le- t!a . s.-e- lf i. k. m iw-wj.e.au- it s add-- on. pre-tXj- reeord-hrealsin- ic (c I ol. ITeo-Trad- t lix-liijsV- Frqe-Tna- 1 -- - tl Bi'-js- Fnee-Tirar- lo Kiv-Jn- 1 .ihj .ltou-'cvei- To celebrate a victory a PJnodlan sculptor creajted a si'ayjo wihloh tJ16 ancients called tlie .Cojpus of Itlwdos. It represented Ifhe lUiOfllan un &i, Heljos, was n liVlo mono .t,han 105 fat hlgli und was CwVHdcrcd one of tho hjgh land ivas cpnaldercd ono of tho seven wonders of tfie world. Place sc,vui or 'such SfjiyuLcs one on top or the .other, and tho head of thar topmost one wJld bo Xjftwen pit lower than tlie WooJjwprHi Ibulldjng, which will he n wpndir Xor many days or "nU tsomepne iwfjs up a (Jillor e, structure. Enqm ,he building I ifjop ot yw WciT-lwora- i Ujiul-svill- ToIpEaFiN ea.-"- li Sji-u"- , -- pyitli bc-H- ly pam-p.aijs- m H-- yir, fr i ppench-maku- tho cfty lia',1, t,hmt jno of arcJiC(,jccure, looks tf.ke a toy houso Wiitji .which a vqry tTWng child plays; the cjty ra,H faundpltln looks Jiko a Ht,yo girl's tea t,uip; t'0 postoffjpo aoross Bropflwaj' seerry a,y hlg. or little, as the smallkisit flwlsa oJia,lct, oral jnan however , imporcant ho is, looks Uke a very snia?,! on. ,Tjwo inorvy nlvotographerg took plc- tureg frtm .Uvo, XlftynfjifjUli epry 0 tno budding. Tliey cllmbqd 4Jw Jast pjltt stDrJes on laddeirs, fwhjCh iweme not tended or gurdejd "in any w!ay and were none too steady-- ' The ftoors of tlie vary ,qp apry was a,t Uio nwrnieAt comoosed of boards .Jajd on irdei but nqt fastened. Any main trdidint? that floor muej Xojjow JJio '"L" guttrtl advlpe. "Wntoli your atqp.' To ,tako the pictures, Photographer Ppjjmio ga on he floor and held fast jto I er -- Pa,lum,bo wliUe he I ehpfio-grapji- ed . one-Uil- roofs feet below. ot houses hundrtedo 1 fit I 2 I d I iit I .bua-stc- I from jjhait Itqlgihit cis as ,fta,t as a founder," suid iPa,iumuO aJtenward. "I'M think twice ibafore I ollmb so hlgjli again. First I fejt lut I .wjanted to J.ump over. Tlirsn jl fqarad my liat would o and Ja,mmcd (It down. AXtcir .,Hiat it seemad as (jhioiugih, tjvo was ..the downfall of my oamqra. But none of tlhose filings ilrajl I, "The aVn-.y- j- ,r . When completed ' I the building will bj-fo- MlileX-rooij- er ii I y ,sq-it- ils fat wolajli about 250,000 tons.j TatuuiU are ,to be admjtjted imtp it about the last of 0,epber, t"uSh U Is .t0!1 pqoted tliat lihe building .will pa comI pleted muoli ibefqre' February. Mr. Waolwprjh expects tjhe Jienit roll to amount tp about t2,SOOjOOO ansvuyij ly. When completed the montijr ' Rosiim 11300,00 t s s. I ls B U-- flrttiao-wurtb- atnuoture will m,vo coqt anpro,imaIJM rpr JM.OIO.OOO; tor land. toundaUon digging, $8OOOjOOO Wrle was begun November '4, 1910. I)t qtojnjs on a jijoit, at Droa'dwa(yM .Barclay Street and Pttrk Plapo, 'diroctJy opposlbo .tho irastqffioe. pajisiians iwiro s:nt dawin US Xoqt bqtore aqjjjd ra.k was found. Tihe foundatjqiis juno fllxty-s,i- x (Piers of TeTonforcqd concrete, Oasuj Gilbert Is tfie nrcltitoqt. lAJbojt S,OOii,000 of 'tho nwney reujuinqd w. qbtailnqd in 'France,, ao mita ijlta Froneh pqonlo nay Plaint "an 4Tt.ljqraat Sn tho O19 wqr.ld's two itallqst uiydjiuiT ' Eiffql .tqwvr and tlw AVjolw)artih lnuill-lnI ' g. " wt-r- o Iqf Mane 'than 113,000 worjtui c.ia& wJH he requlnod ,to fjH jn 'ih MfJmJow of Ji,bo,Ujt 2,000 otflqqs. Tlhe daiily papulation ot tho build:J,- - I rfwu'il bo about 10,000. ii . Jt-is- (bor I'iauo jfaiifw. . Tlio ovr'itu of tho Mor,rov Neiw York Stool p'wnt , , , ,Jt" rally afu Bl'Bmflii'-intlli'rhiifim lOnun'y, Smftli '& Uavls inurmpe 11 lias loos a Veneer Conuuvr,, M IteoubJicuiiJm "jil 4cntun.JvJ, and fo - Iluf fajo & .Kuiehaatnr tna,ln,.niJ msrjy rcIUird u Itquumiixvi pn&ojrlty Uuffalo & Itoclwr ltraiu,,7.1 41 of from l.oou (o J.uOO.' Iteofth boat . Cill-st- tlio crowil li 27 i'l 3 I Will Ship Stock. of K. I 0 H The (A. IS. l'l! , at,'-HUi. from 12 12 3u Oct. will MAo Eijoyable leuaion. Slioiw liockport Uuf,ta.lo train truflvy car ,,,.',. 11 T oiioe. will Mamiiy 'I'.irtliy fVcislriaijtf to uUp at uotjfy (ilw Coimti!,tsaa L. BiTVHNS, Coutmlbtiie XXxfn liwior a . tti 62 V C h. TiqttuNqu. ji. ,t. yoivrun, la. AMv. lait Sunojiy Opt. Ctli wa M.ra. ,J. L. Sutlioru mllroo,'!.. 1 rrotoqtwl, for pjie wry attJ rKvnn hif-Card of Thanks. he iaiqr nocided to U" PrqUi;U(d. and Deijh lias Farms for Sale. t?red t'io lioimo of Mr. Bflld at pi'Kty lS,nibllh-i- l his it rajas .ha or small farms. Prju iva,sn-abby tho prlvs wluuli hip ipnivlnttscont and Mr., Noa.li Uoojier lui(l tak.cn fixim It you wont to buy, licro l your 'IV unu,t1c(ii. minlqd tin tvn Uvom tlnolr Uttje Italw, lUilBh ,Wynn , Vqtiy rwiqll, thm,' your Outonqr. Tihanks are lnaV:tUia,t t t1' cjiiiiice. IX you want tp s.oU, lst youV ttcunomlc fact. ly.I WESIEY, pillow uro ln,at PsVUtilylud by iviqta;. many fiildtds of Simmons for t"elr kl"J farms. 10t4l jud bert'acnicii'4. Hartford Ky., It. r. D. No. 3 . ness In t tlon." ' adver,yctnent AN A.UNT. yor ono?, and aj lat, tfie Jmjotitlo aVdvprUiWiicti,t, t e. fai-cigUu-J- for w.ltoni itho buSlflinig I i hqlng ertnited is V. W. WoojtwrtrUi, w.ho woj Uirn jtoor Jn iWiaj'pqjqwn, jtoro N. Y.; aptrtod a 6 and lO'enjt In tho middli 70's and apftia.1 lys yn. h turo over .the country uncjil tjhe bujldlng jn Niw ,Yqrk. Wo)l-wort- Tllie lnau X MBMbW- - l'ftlJ liUftlW JPf! m l W. K . w.,... two-cent iffiWlKlraynrK UIID1RS v jHaHKi-a- l l "fIK- - sriKigffliStf rWi wsasr BY fesJor, -- ' DIVIDED INTO TWO CLASSES VICE PRESIDENT MAY BE Differing Processes of the Mind May Be CUsied Either at the "Vis- NEAR DEATH'S DOOR Sherman Forbidden to Take ual" or the "Auditive." wmz iVAluw WMARADFORD. T ,mi I ' ! ti i t i 'no faults In tho house plan; but Improving houses nrc, nevertheless, all tho time. There has been a great change for tho better In the last few , cars' ral 8C0 an Improvement overy year. The public are demand- Ing more comfort with less show than formerly. Plans aro selected to fit climatic conditions and the clrcutn- stances and needs of the family as Almost perfect as regards comfort never before. Mnny modifications are and economy, Is tho little houso lllus- - brought about by changes In tho trated In the perspective view and prices of building materials: but. upon the whole, houses aro better and floor-plan- s herewith. It Is a houso, 27 feet wide by 33 feet long, of the porch. It would be difficult to put the same amount of building material together in any other form to make such a perfect arrange-- , ment of rooms, and uot exceed in cost the amount of money that this house can be built for. Prices vary so much .N In different parts of the country that It is impossible to make an estimate of cost which will apply to every locaceonooM zoom a' tion; but a range varying from $1,400 to $1,700 may be given as a rough estimate for this cosy little cottage. AU. I 0 The tastes of Individuals in selecting materials has a great deal to do with tho cost of a house In quality of oso rtoavr J-If 'C Anlsh and hardware. The cost of exhinges is not so tra fine locks and much in itself; but if tbo same grade of furnishing is carried throughout, there will be a great difference In the final footlng-uof tho bill. We have nil heard the story about the man who was mined by a pair of lnce curtains. Second Floor Plan. When the curtains were hung, it was discovered that everything else about more comfortable because of these the house must be in keeping or tho changes. curtains would not look right It Lumber, In some sections of the iseems very easy to set a higher stand- country. Is very scarce and ard, but It Is difficult to live up to It. while cement and some other l standard has building materials have improved in because any so many branches leading off in dif- piullty nnd decreased In price. Wo ferent directions, and It Is the followin- have learned and are learning how to g-up of the different branches that Jse lumber substitutes. Part of the Involves so much expense. xterlor of this houso is covered with This is a stylo of house that will Uucco Instead of clapboards. Shin-;Ie- s still retain their popularity as a never go out of fashion. We may have fads about different kinds of entrance-way- s roof covering; but thero are other and different arrangements of things that are recognized as being rooms; we may do away with the hall; cheaper and quite as as good, if not we may do away with the front room; better. This house contains five bedrooms. but after we have experimented with all the different arrangements possl which is unusual; but there are many slblo to make, we shall come back to families where five bedrooms are needed. It gives on opportunity to aa- qnmtlons ana rIvo mivkn riinn OF COST on nil mibjvrtn pertaining to tho subject of building, for Hiu mulm of tliU paper. On account of lilx wlilo cxpi'ilenco ho 8 Kdltor, Author nn.l Manufacturer, is, without doubt, tiin hlRlicst authority on nil these subjects. Addirs nil Inquiries to William A. nadfonl. No. ITS West Jnckflon boulevard, Chicago, III., and only stamp for reply. cncloso n.....i n., n Tho great majority of pcoplo can bo in one or other of two psychological types, corresponding to the great senses of sight and hearing. Those classes sometimes are called (ho "visuals" and tho "auditlves" respectively. Tho "visuals" or vlsunllz- era seem to conduct tho majority of Ihelr mental processes by visual sjm- holism. They "think In pictures," Ihelr mental method Is graphic. The ntnlnfllu rf u nnmii Kfil,tirv IU llna lllfljrillj ul nuuitii uuiuiif) Ull' group, and, of course, the majority of painters, sculptors, architects, decorators, engineers and mechanically sifted people. Such people readily apprehend space relations, and can conceive new ones. If they possess this power in high degree they may p.iltit flno pictures, build new types of architecture, conceive new machines. Tho auditlves, on the other hand, think more In sounds and words and not In pictures. They nuturally Include the musicians, the men of let ters and the scientific and philosophic nmong men than among women. They notice things around them less, and aro more commonly credited with being "absent-minded.- " It great development of either is rare, vastly rarer is great development of both in one and tho same in dividual. Such individuals stand out as the few supreme examples of what we call versatility, and of these the most notable representative In the history of the world Is Leonardo da Vinci slassUled Part in y.( out. TpVrfme J'rjjtHit Jt btvymv' luirvwi tlii, ' riiiil jlf anil 4iaj ? iiltfU'i 'o ik- - inj pait ,n ylio i'liim.; tiivni.n Hi' lis uf.f.rtnK from i nfCmsjiin f .! r ou hj Iivir.t, (wlycli Ir. ll. It. Pack, miy ilwMi awn lJi M'i iutJ result, fayiill wVn rfw 'in-- t mutolisfl jLr ten alivjnti? ihj- TJw Vlca I'reitrnt tc',uirrl . (r ir ti, IU3 ln"r yewteinl ly fiicf-i- i n ;n ji'i jt r vt Orovo llLMeli. CiMin. iXi nue- - ilisivo l'i-i'. I'm turtn.tivl ,i , lv;m, Kint, wu xt jh.A nli.y for i jj'uTt "t hue orilerfl iU n t" luvo mi j iU wIl'i Politic!".-- ' .vl -. up w?o work. i think jwiII ?r.iliwlly .nuroo( but ut m ) a Utlni, N riV-nui- (b-- .uivM-ajiip- ('yill,, i They ore troubled with "nert--Ii are.it difference in mint women. suffer front Imckuciu, Iicvitclw, lccp!esneii, a scmM omot lrritaWv weakne, . nuny other ijmrtom; fcijulo .polN.or h.it I.otio,, The local disorder nnJ inli.nnution iliuiild b fcmls ylcm CfrrcctcJ ,md rf tic The strnin upon the mJ wohnc TahlcU nr.J tiw Irrokiilaru vimn strenithened witli Dr. I'kWJ Ifuonto I'rccriptlon, blood o.mu.4 Mriicliirci-ma- y the nerve nn.l womnn ortliovjoniinof mJulo nrfo-u- pon restorative tonn be too great for lur tron4th. ThN it tl.o time to tuVe tlui Mild by drulvt, mci f .rtv vcan nervmj ani rcfjulitur. ond Mfniitli-CtMici'Ui'eni.M uiJ diMrciim4 oilmenl. J he one remedy to periec' for woman's ,.v.- - ...... sonant in COIUpoSHIOn UIIU in m on in ouliidj xHFiti mi'ton in prin:ntf its evory vrnppor. The nne remedy which absolutely contuim neither . uleoluil ror injjrinu or Ifoll..vin, letter selected u random frm a Iar5 numher oi similar oiilm mid citej merely to illustrate these rem irk : 6'Msr-xnml Itrrn tar " "In tho lnb r of 1M, I Ufirao cn'itlv tun 1. U vtrilii Mm. Ill MIV Scon, of J in la i ... Mh'i l niily ikixHip on' t to v ' it Ijr 1'iit un ly crew vori nn.l, tit n'oUil i I bail Itiiliiiiimnimn, ti Inrertmnt nrd iicn-- I 'fh.'ilipi'orwll I r forb!, Va iii.I k t n Hi i iIc(ji nl.l n In b it efcvMi Hon I voulilln u Invo nn oh rntioii. but lolbn' I noulil not I'stcn Jlyhuv. Make cy a l'r ""' & lubit-fornin- 4 d.-u-C ? '3 .K-uit- i!n tins. Scorr. AM rlU- x Kinil iiiirt hPMil tu UiiiK'i nf Or I Kivk n walk icrori tho ll.mr but nfi I Lirtnl t" uili- - t''l umiilyl couM n I Omti,-- l t I unin Mill Ivl n uir . I In.l Uk n Dily for It I ihir ir1!!! I miic ip i i!( tur niul bolt Ur uiy li.o. 1 i. t iiu. j It- I MlM.lil It O. IMV'I Ot Ml iww than in t n.iv ln. Prvrln' i'ttl li vni r. uiu t iitl Ua trn 'ii:i: IV-c- JAMES & CO., ithiK sle First Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, .w ltv ..'' BEST TO PROVE ALL THINGS Experience Teaches That It Is Well to Experiment With Matter Contrary to Belief. p high-price- high-Idea- sf o r: : v, , 1 the front hall and the front stairway the chimney. Good air from outside going up from it with a good, comfort- comes in through the cracks around able living room to one Bide, as an the doors and windows to take its and desirable entrance to a dwelling. Every woman likes to have a front hall and a front stairway, and she does not care to have tbo stairway placed In some Inconvenient corner Just because that happens to be a fad. Some of the peculiar structures that are now being built will bo considered freaky and undesirablo la a few years' old standby for the most satisfactory I cita J.L 7""" I Q nwTFtv I I rKifKH I I I ' M I WftC rXiQM J o'm OTCSM 'o'a m I ru 4nur j o''r -- Mtxtte hall (ft E3 I POKH j a First Floor Plan. time. They may look very pretty when new, and tbo oddities worked into them may appoal for a time to certain young folks who think thoy want homcthing smait or a little dlffarnnt from the ordinary; but such pooplol usually acknowledge after a whllo tbat they mado a mistake lu selecting the houso plan they did. One of the most desirable features Jn this uotwo la the two opcu firepluies place. Some people make the mistake of using double windows and rubber strips to keep this pure air out. I do not understand Intelligent people doing that way in these days of education. Everyone knows that pure air Is absolutely necessary for good health, and I cannot understand the peculiar mental process by which peo- pio can ueiiDerateiy set tneinselves to work to shut out their greatest neces- slty. I have acquaintances who never open a window If they can holp it. I notlco they usually open their pocket- books overy little whllo to pay a doc- tor's bill. There Is. however, no law to compel thorn to breathe pure air If tliey don't want to. Another point of superiority about this house Is the arrangement of the dining loom, china closet, pantry, and kitchen. It would bo dllllcult to Invent an arrangement better than this for a woman who does her own work Thero Is, In addition, a good closet off tho dining room, to hold a hundred things which a woman likes in hgv near by, but which are,not always In sight. Tho lino, largo dining room windows Is a good place, for example, for tho sowing machine; but a woman docs not caio to store a sowing ma. cliliio In the dining room. With tho arrangement hero given, tho machine can easily bo wheeled Into tho closet, nnd left therp until wanted next time. A built-iback porch that can easily bo screened against llles und mosqul toes, Is another Very good feature. II Is Impossiblu to keop llles out of th kitchen whoa they are gathorod In multitudes on tho back porch. A screen door Is not sulllclent. It Is dllll cult and expensive to screen som porches, but this ono Is au exception Screening can bo done so easily tha', thero is no excuse for .leaving tin porch open as au Invitation for lliet uud mosquitoes. n Whenever you read or hear anything SOME REALLY GRAND OLD MEN that is contrary to jour experience or belief it is always Just as well to try Historical Records of Longevity That It. If It is within your reach, before by Rights Should Be Accompaou repeat it to jour friends, because If they know it Is not true they may nied by an Affidavit. $1.35 Republican and Louisville Herald laugh at your credulity and you will The The Mexican who has Just died at get a reputation for being either un1.50 The Republican and Courier-Journ- al the alleged age of I S3 has been pre reliable or gullible. deceased (according to American Some years ago there was a para1.75 Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at news) 'during tho past dozen years or graph going tho rounds nf the papers The by a citizen of New Urunswlck and magazines saying that any boy so LEO Republican and Home and Farm aged 1"2. and a comparative yoiitiRKter who wanted to cut glass and did not The of Valley Mills, Tex., whoso age was own n glazier's diamond could cut it j 1.75 Rki'I'bi.ican uiul only 115. with n pair of stout scissors If he was fHF man in the street will bo par- careful to hold the glass an'il the scis The 3.50 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald doned for thinking that tho 133 lias sors completely under water. The The been Inadvertently transposed from thing Is still to be found In some 3.50 uauy uwensooro inquirer a cricket report. Among of the books on scientific experiments. The republican ami heroes probably Aid i'arr and Homy Tl.o reason alleged was that It is Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 Jenkins will stand as tho best au- tho vibration of the glass that shatters The superlongev-ity- . It, but that when both tbo glass and thenticated instances of 1.75 Tho monument at Uolton, York- the tolsbors were held completely un- The Republican and Kentucky Farmer shire, records that Jenkins attained der water the water stopped this vlbra. 1.30 "the amazing ago of 1C1." tlon. That this Is not true any boy The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. "A man ix SG," observed Mr. Dooley could have found out In flvo minutes recently, "looks down on a man iv S3. by trjlng the experiment with an old The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 and receives his callow opinyons negative. Class nnd marble have to with a supercilyous smile;" and for be cut in the same waj-- . by making The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Fanner 1.50 that reason probably (if not becaus-- a slight crack on one surface and then he was a fisherman) Jenkins was able breaking it. to give evidence on oath concerning matters HO years or so previous. As IN PERSPECTIVE a hale oung centenarian he was in the habit of swimming the Swale "with ease," and as a boy he is said Many Things Young Artist Finds Difficult to Solve Peculiar Illuto have taken a horse-loaof arrows sion Is Shown. to be forwarded north for tho battle sV of Flodden. London Mail. There aro many things about perspective which are very puzzling. Interesting Search. 'William Dana Orcutt, whose new Young artists find much trouble In novel. "The Moth." has Just been pub- getting the perspective In their draw-Ing- s to come out right, and somelished by the Harpers, is noted for his extieme diligence in verifying all his- times we even find errors of this sort .A. torical facts that appear In his novels. in the work of trained artists. Heads The optical Illusion In the picture When writing one of his earlier novels, "The Spell," he made a special Is due to the defective drawing of tho Bill Heads trip to Florence In order to verify cer two men on the platform. In actual INoteheads tain allusions and locations. One of size upon the paper the further man the first, pilgrimages was to San Do- - looks much taller than the other. meulco to find the ancient Inscription Measurement, however, shows the figupon the wall, which Helen Armstrong ures to be exactly of a height. The points out to her husband In the first chapter. Says the author, "I had never been able to discover where I obtained this data, so was particularly anxious to vciify It. One morning, accompanied And given by Mrs. Orcutt, I set out on what seemed a hopeless quest. Wo located tho old Etruscan wall, with its curious marks, but no legends. Finally wo came to some flaring posters announAn Illusion In Perspective. cing au auction sale, and beneath these, when pulled aside, we found Illusion Is due to the fact that the the Latin words, cut deep in the head of tho further man Is out of perspective. stone." It he Is about as tall as the other, and on level ground, both heads should be on the same German's Slot Literature. Penny in the slot literature is the line. As drawn, he Is, In fact, a monlutcst thing in Germany. A firm of ster more than eight foot high. publishers at Leipig has patented an automatic inacnine wuicn gives a Making a Horse. choice of a dozen small paper covered Little Elmer Mamma, I saw a man volumes which are displayed behind down at the blacksmith's shop makglass. On a strip of paper across ing a horse. 'ach volume is printed a brief desenp- Mamma Vou must bo mistaken, EL lion ' the book, and a coin in tho slot mor. wa 'he rest. These automatic jna- Little Elmer No, I'm not, mamma. chines aro to bo placed in hotel lob- - Ho had tho horso nearly finished "I used to be troubled wkli a weakness peculiar to bles, waiting rooms, theater foyers and when I came by. lie was just nailing women, writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny 111 ot,,cr ful,llc Places. Tho hopo is ex- - on toe feet. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding Passed that as the books offered aro my sides. s careru"y selected and by au- I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, thors lho ve,lluro n,ay uaV( a benefl- It Looks Like a Crime. our druggist advised Cardul for my complaint. claI educati efect upon tho masses to gciori.te n boy frivii a DKftftlttifH I was so and thus m"truct the iullueuce of lon'a Arnici thin, my we ght was 115. Now, I weigh 163, Silve. Hjs niiilili, loiln. and I am chcap and tra8Ujr "te"aurQ with tbo never side I ride ktiir-ks- , Nprajrvi J" OUR CLUBBING RATES. Address ail orders to ODD-STUD- THE REPUBLICAN. d YOUR Letter Envelopes Cards Statements J other printed forms are Special Attenton In The Republican J Job Department. : Couldn't Walk! first-clas- w,h,ch tUo countrr " flooded. Ex- - luimly for Uojs, am ffr,s. Jij(ia Fame. nr'. Great minds bad rather deserve tUjtv,' Jiaijalijo und iliiiti ,lt imtck. Cu. contemporaneous applause, without eiuiilnl for pi Job. t Only al noiil obtaining it, than obtain without t I ,a,.1v. all ilrussih-gs- . vlng it; If it fohovv them, it is well; but they will not doviato to follow it. With inferior minds tbo is observable; so that they can command the flattery of knaves For Infuta and Children. while living, they care not for the excratlons of honest men when dead. Ti!9 KM YmHavi Always Bwett Milton neither aspired to present fame, nor even expected it; but (to Boars the uso his own words) his "high ambi Signature of tion was to leave something so writ ten l0 afler ages' tbat tn,i)r saol'l k Av1u.1m fl oauud Uy a idyird v not willingly let it die." And Cato finely observed tbat bo would much cui t&uruiii. Taiw csuiniirbijr 't'u'i- rather that posterity should Inquire lqu and oumt ntut nnd Uw iw.nl. why no statues were erected to blra, ai.c-win djanuu-- . I'm 41j u- - .iji than why they were. . lAdy tdm.-iide-se- doiiwrwi It, uud Jt3 iUjn,k rajlirr itoriUurH or tuiu j3 Jigi ri,ilv Kuui it wl itlws fine health at 52 years." horseback as good as ever. I am in Cardui Woman U ' tonic CASTOR A I &&&$&& We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving dally. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings hulld wpnfc women up to health and strength, if are a give it a trial. It should help you, for ml? ithas Hon others. It is made from pure harmless hwB InJrSdl ents. w i r i nd nmmntii, n,i It is a good toic7 YouYdruVgistSir Writtto; Ladie Advisor Dcpt. Challanooej Med.rin. rv, lOtWMUnstwcUM. and book. "Home Tr,aw7, Kuuree. '" .r.T.r""u Tritl e.i..' "i. "jo FORCED TO LIVEN THINGS UP .&StJfiiAv The . Mr. Wllllnm A. KncUnnl will iinnwer - ouo In tlio living room and the other iqurptlonn and kIvo mlvlro I'llUI. OF in the dining room. It Is Intended, of 'COST on nil mibjiiln m rlnlnltiR to tho .subject of bnllillnK, fur Hie rtndcrn of thin course, to heat the house with a small 'pnper. On account of litn nlilo experience furnace In the cellar; but there are ho ninny days in the spring and fall when Inn Editor, Author nnd Manufacturer, li, without doubt, the hlKlif-K- t authority we do not want a furnace fire, and yet r 'on all these auhjerts. Adi1nit nil Inquiries the house Is too chilly and uncomfortlo William A. rtndfnrd, No. 178 West IJncknon boulevard, Chicago, 111., and only able without some artificial heat. Then, Btnnip for reply. enclose two-crtoo, there is a saving in the winter time by running the furnace low, and Home building In u topic of peren- having a grato flro to keep one room nial Interest, for nrotiml It center all warm enough to sit In. A temperature .the tcndercHt and sweetest things of of 60 to 65 Is warm enough for the (life. No higher ulin has ever net unt- whole house If you have the dining ied the human heart or stimulated huroom or living room heated up to about man ambition than that of establish72. By managing thin way, probabaly ing and owning n home. a ton of coal would be saved during A comfortable and roomy cottage the winter. like the otto shown In the accompany-jln- g llut there is a greater advantage perspective and floor plans would only about $2,r.00 to build com- than this. The open fire Is not only icoit plete. This house Is designed 2G by the most cheerful flro that you can (28 feet In the main portion, with a have, but It Is the best ventilator that 'story and extension of 16 feet In the rear. When It comes to laying out good, large, square, sensible tfci Irootns, you have an advantage in a ceo rooM Mdox AOU-NSplan like this, because you have nothing to Interfere with the principal rmwmSZ umrai omsB FEW CLEVER Just an Example of What tht Resourceful Hostess Will Do When a Party Dragc. Condensed Statement of Condition -- Miss Charlotte Van Cortlandt Nlcoll recently gave In the surf off Long llrancli n bathing ten party, n man oi' Tin: - LITTLE TRICKS f servant wading out with a floating tea table perfectly herefrom Miss Nlcoll and her friends. In five feet of water, partook of buttered toast, caravan tea, muHins, scones and cakes. boat-sliap-r- Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close of Business I Rings Chase Eaoh Other When per Is Turned to Right or Left Hoops Change Positions. Pa- PnnfrrAtt.lntfwl imnn til ty. Miss Nlcoll, who Is a nNti.il ' , ( There are some tricks that can be played on a person's eyes which are pure Illusions. Hold this paper a foot , or more from your eyes and turn it gently round to the right or left, In small circles, keeping your eyes fixed on the three small rings, as shown in the illustration. As you move the paper round like the hands of a watch you will find that the rings In these circles seem to chase each other In tho same direction, and the longer and more Intently you look at It the faster they go. Circles can be made with spokes In them which to some persons seem to be going In the opposite direction to that in which the paper Is turned, but the Illusion is not so perfect unless Lancey Nlcoll, smiled and said: "I believe In the hostess who Is re; iourccful the hostess of Mrs. Blanc's type. "Mrs. Blanc was giving a tea party on her yacht. The affair, for some reason, was dragging dreadfully. The guests talked of nothing but the weather, and even In this talk there would come long, deathly silences. "Suddenly Mrs. Blanc, losing her balance, fell heavily ngalnst her mother-in-lawho sat beside the low rail, and with a moaning cry the dear old lady went headforemost overboard. "Of course, she was rescued: but afterwards Mr. Diane took Mrs. Blanc privately to task. 'How clumsy you were, he said, 'to knock mother into the water like that. Im afraid she won't care to visit us again in a hurry. You really should be more careful.' 'Now, George,' said Mrs. Blanc, 'be reasonable. I had to do some thing. I simply had to. Didn't you seo how our party was dragging?'" St. Louis Clobe Democrat. MAN sister .. June 29, 1912. of Do RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.$197,018.3G Cash in Safe 11,948.43 Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Dividend No. 30 Deposits $25,000.00 27,822.10 1,250.00 227,742.54 Overdrafts Real 540.33 2,000.00 $281,814.64 Estate.Furniture and. Fixtures Total Total $281,814.64 The Only Bank In the County on the Honor Roll. ( Correspondence Invited. Accounts Solicited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARNARD, President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. living rooms. The extension 1b nicely laid out Into the different accessories belonging to the household workshop that ore so beneficial in houses where families are large, besides a good kitchen 10 by 15 feet, we get, on one side, a splendid pantry, and a porch where the Ice box looks perfectly at home, while on the other side there Is a large bathroom and a good storeroom. At the entrance to the dining room, a sideboard Is built in, having an opening looking Into each room. This large sideboard Is built flush with the dining room side of the wall, and It Is handy to the pantry which Is worth a great deal to the housekeeper. It works all right from the dining room side, because It does not break Into the symmetry of the room. This is a style of house that takes well In the country, where a good deal of kitchen room and pantry room is needed, and where the kitchen Is 'often used for a second dining room. In the country, conditions are different, lie aa careful as you may, more or less mud or dirt Is sure to be tracked Into the house from the garden and the roadways. By having the bathroom and washroom away back I OF SAVING DISPOSITION BBO MOtf 31 BAT Chasing Rings. the circles are much larger than there 18 space for in this column. Another curious optical Illusion that has puzzled a great many persons who have tried to account for It Is aUo shown. If we suppose these to represent wire hoops which of them Is nearest you A or B? The answer Is that It is the one you first make up your mind is nearest you. But now If you look steadily at it for a few moments your eyes will get tired of that Idea and it will suddenly shift that hoop to the furthest away from you, In spite of1 your wishing to keep it as it was, and after you have looked at Wives Will Know How to Sympathize With the Unfortunate Better Half of Mr. Graball. Old Graball Is niean really mean. He once built a house, ami nearly gave himself brnln fever deciding which was better a lot of windows which were cheaper, but needed soap and water for cleaning or more bricks for wall space. One day he came home and found that his wife had saVed money out of hfa housekeeping allowance, and waa reiiapering the dining-room- . And then he started to rave. "I don't object to the money being spent, although new paper is Just extravagance when the old one has only leen on seven years," be gasped, red and hoarse with rage, "but I do object to the way you have put it on. Oh, how lare you paste It on!" he finished, with a wall. I put It on?" asked ,. "How else could MrB. Graball, in surprise. "How else?" he retorted when he could speak. "Why, tack It on. of course! You don't supiiose we shall live in this house for ever, do you?" SSSVVrarravViS$$GSSS AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return Second Floor Plan. was ever put Into a house. You cannot have good air in a dwelling without some proper meant of changing It, and this should be continuous. You can open the doors and windows once In a while, and let the foul ait out and the freah, pure air from outside come in and tako Its place; but you can't be doing this all the time. On the other hand, a Are In the grate is drawing the foul air from near the floor all the time, and sending It up car meets all trains. Telephone or call at Tour stable when you want to leave. A i I COOPER Si, PO. Hartford, Ky. ' ' -- i VaauK"v FS2teate: ' Li.! " UsbW-- X' ''&"' atMtVi5UJilr&. ' ' , "t&Klt; ' v-x- ; vvr, ;BBaapaBBBBBBBBBaaaaaaaaaBw www, . IBBBBBp'PX-- ' lSmBBBBBHsflsBBBBBH Hoops Change Positlone. It In Its new position for a space It will go back again. It you do not decide which Is the nearest to you at flrat, but Just look at the middle hoop steadily, you will see them one way, perhaps with A In front and toward you, and then A will suddenly go back and B will be In front. NOVEL CUSTOM SSSaBalHHaVaalllllllllH HB BL alHSalBwkCallllllllllllV IiBHHHE9BbQT' 'ivV YJMsLsflsBBBBl Nooody Hesitated to Take Advantage of Peculiar Privilege Allowed In Olden Days. In the corner like this, the dirt Is, confined to the smallest possible sec-- ; tlon of the bouse. Generally the woman of the house occupies the bedroom on the firfet floor, where she can look after tho seals and the necessary housework without a great deal of running up and down stairs, in country places especially, houses should be built with a view to making work as easy as possible for the mistress. It la dif- ficult to get help, and this arrange- Ign rooms to boys and girls as they grow up, which Is very desirable. They take an interest In their own rooms, and appreciate home Just that much better in consequence. It, is not a very expensive house, either. With careful management, it may be built, under favorable circumstances, for about $2,500, which includes hardwood floors and cement wainscoting for both kitchen and bathroom. This, of course, means that the extension is floored with hardwood before the partitions are put in. It is a good, comfortable-lookinbouse, appearing much like a solid, home and looks go a long way to make up the value of a piece of property. Sentiment .depends in great measure upon, looks, and sentiment controls values to a greater extent than la generally recognised. 16-fog n koOM -- rv 'ALL ItMK II i-Ja owv First Fleer Plan. HI il .' saent will be recognised aa a great Refreshing Bit of Devotion. Some children were grouped about a mush looking huckster, whose horee had picked up a piece of bright paper. The huckster was quietly ana tenderly removing It, and aa he had finished be patted the animal's bead and said to the children: 'That's the finest little lady In Chicago. She'a my best girl ain't you, Nellie?" And be gave her a bit of sugar, while the children looked on In wondering admiration. Such a refreshing bit of devotion to see la the heart of a busy, hot city I Chicago Tribune. Woman a Prolific Inventor. Mrs. Anna O. Hagestedt Is the only woman In America today who holds an aeroplane patent of any kind, says a writer. She Id uleo the on'.y person In the world w!:o Us n pi test r( r a combination ncrorhnc, bo.--.t tir.U motor for the land, watT and ho :lr. Her Inventions are tr-- result of a lifetime of study. Inn plied by wltiiexn-Ina balloon Ubceiibiou wUu tttteu yean old. The modern minister likes to have things quiet when he talks. It disconcerts him to hear a baby cry or a woman cough or an old man snore. If he Is put out by such trifles as these It Is Interesting to conjecture what he would do If he were to take hold of a congregation where everybody brought nuts to crack during the sermon. Worshipers used to do this In England, and even in our own stateB during colonial days. This disturbance was not a weekly occurrence by any means; If it had been, the poor preacher would have undoubtedly left hlB congregation to administer spiritual consolation to suit themselves. But as It only happened once a year he was forced to endure It. This one day which was attended by such remarkable license came the Sunday before Michaelmas day and was Sunday. Nobody, no called crack-nu- t matter how pious he might be, hesitated to avail himself 'of the peculiar privilege granted him, and men. women and children came to church with their pockets stuffed with nuts, which they complacently cracked and munched during the sermon. It can be easily Imagined that when forty or fifty people get to cracking nuts with all their might the noise Is apt to be something terrific, and many times the minister waa hard put to it to "hear himself think." The custom, from being regarded vita high favor for many years, finally came to be looked upon as a nuisance, and In the beginning of the present century the habit waa suppressed, although the act of suppression waa attended with considerable difficulty; so firmly fever taken hold had the of the fancy of the people. g It would be difficult to plan a large house with so many conveniences for doing the work, on any other lines, There is an individuality about most bouses. Some of them are convenient and comfortable; while others are turned wrong way about, so that In doing the Work you feel wrong because everything conius the W7 A woman takes a good many steps the course of a year Just to overd Willing to Walt. Parson Wouldn't you like to come to Sunday school and hear about heaven and the beautiful golden streets? Little Lola Yes, sir; but It will take away the surprise when I get there. Picnic Date Waa Uppermost The Parson I'm glad to see you on your way to Sunday school, Algernon. What do you expect to learn today? Algernon Well, I expect to learn tke date of the picnic, for one thing. g la Habits of the Democracy. nlte, clear and .Burns I. VoryB. a regular and optisteady to the last drop. Far mistic Republican, was voicing his ftha ...Irik tit virvrtn. In thm XamUy. Insist on opinion that In the next election tho iavlnf Democrats would repeat their many former experiences and bury their Bmokeless - Bootless Odor hopes at the polls. It reminded him less costs no more than inof the experience of the middle-ageterior tank - vaaron kinds. eyes; sav money. Yourdeaier has it la tarreis direct trom our works Saves womnn who went into a shop, and, without hesitation, made straight for the LMNSVUULKY. Ce crape counter. The girl who handled lata OIL K risssty s Wastes, re. this funeral material was extremely affable. "We have a large stock of crapes." not do for a pnyfrlcnt of 1(11? Un'iil she explained. "Let me Bbow you some SULPHUR SPRINGS Stfttea fp fjislvt Olio Tr.ng'-- UTifl UOiQSK-VELt- T .new French goods, very popular at IS ITJIB KinpT AJD ONL.V this time for every kind of mourning, and designed to express every degree IS FOR ROOSEVELT P(ESIDBN.T. THAT KV.KU ,U1D of grief. It you will Veil me for whom And npw what Wdlson tflfl TRUJSfl-pyou are In mourning, I can fix you out aud the (Democratic I'urty mnwt gs (ha In exactly tho right thing." cpat of IMnB and Upw liaiPcr, awl "Husband," replied the customer Correspondent Praises Roosevelt there. Js only one t)itiBr V'1 WW fcneflp-e- n bilefly, them, and that V tp etet WUon "In that case." said the girl, graAnd Gives Bradley a and floor the tariff. ciously, "I can tell you Just what " "Young lady," interrupted the older Slap. Now to tiio Vofwa ftlirouahiant tha woman angrily. "You needn't bother United Stoics euid flwt (to tihio nprgrul. jourseir. This Is the fourth husband turrets, Under 41iaKnpuMjan adjnjriisAra l'e burled, and I know all about It" SiOnhur Spriiifc'B, Ky.,'fqjt. 2"i, 1912. Hon wo have Mil. We faive VMli'rot one Tbe Popular Magazine. alitor HcpuUHoAii Dlve"Jcdtioin is close dollar; we have lioaa m'jio ctvUs wil When the Small Boy Talk. at Jmnd and Ksnaior Biwlley lias Oipcn- - cattle fon cenils. otvl ftfinp llive iloitfiri; tobacco trom Wiroo to ten (Vtyira, ' One day recently a coterie of young ed the Tuft catnpa&n 4i Xpatfxy V. unfV-Grpxqr iCJqvtf-lan- d women in West Philadelphia complet Democratic prjp ed plans for a moonlight excursion on Lexilnson and lifs aprmPK fljio fill Is ate aa foJjXiws: the river, and when the evening of nsti)lntt ltooscvcli end tjho l'ruKrcsplvo Wjvcnlt forty crav.p. the trip arrived it was noticed that I'urty. Bradjcy Mtatra itimt four years Hogs two txiri ono Jiujf ntnjs. ( one of tbe most charming members aso ltoa?c!t !r,ll t,MJ "Ptff"" WofSer' , Cattle ,two c,an,ts of the party woro a Bbawl about her udid was tlie first "SUwm Halle Sheep one tdcllar por tfp,, shoulders. One of her companions li,o it iwer saw .and he sPld I "a?1" ftjjm a.ml Tobocfo fpojiii ififty lenfe IP wondered at this and to her query aa i to whether the wearer was afraid of ltpoiwrjt's eirop ami was aanft it oio half dollars. i taking cold received a negative reply. and it niaft'ied him so tpf tfvut ho liiul NVV Ho the day Jnbojxr under ItejpuU-Uco- n, Another suggested that possibly she to uit a turnip p Jgoiw Itffa up. I V" Wla W now ore from ono had malaria. This was also emphatI bolleve that ive usc4 ,li nurop i.n to t,wo daVAm ptr dpy nnjl iiiKhr ID ically denied. At this Juncture tbe Ir- tho wrens ipart af (hip irtiy wnl 1 adjnnitt;wfiofl ijio patf-- - nuirl repressible small brother of the shawl tlijnk ,h.o s'ouJd toe wl tow tnunp on frqm filjty oeoj' tp tV$i."g l'"d roup wearing young woman volunteered to taody. Oft (surely houses. Now, Jlr. IXvy lJjfojvr Wito explain matters, aud despite bis sla- 1'jj Head instead of lifts attenlij8bra.lrw, taiiw fr your choice Ltiat P.oJi'xiiics ; fi ter's Tebemeut command to keep si- mint tfwo frter of I lent, said: "Tbe reason sis wears that yqj, uftofwianij li,e wio on Vto 'W.cim UlL'TlTVUS. shawl Is soi that when she Is on the nQUfu-- . aid .lio vo,td ,to B"Hfc JnUniir prjrrs tf ' unlid tor Old RuJnhur bbat .Bob can put bis arm under It In ho U. 8. ScnajOe. I Itooisiivr),. and hug ber, and she thinks nobody I At far as Jloossvutft JundJliMr ' trf Jlnrnali: for llooevelt. ' can see through tbe game." S,tep.m ltoller or rodor,t T rtth J. T. W.EHUINa. I Idoivt beljoe itfiajt Rhw Jwiqw ony Incident of the War. mak-l- n Blrney's raid) UJng of the roller and fif tfl tjhe During General Almost a Miraclle. mpfla fiy Bar. of una raoohin it jp through Florida, a bright little girl Ono of moat startling hJiojus ev was feund alone at one bouse, her tvj. Crmrw, Penrciss, lWt oird Oomwu parents having escaped. She did not and the fjjrat (rtarfiino I r.pr hiorl ww aeon Jn ujiy ijiian. anwrdlng 'to W. n. know whether tbe troops were union a,t Mid Hurts JIoJl at lmBlM frt" IIo0Ow, ICtixcndon, 'flex., waa sffoctn or rebel. Two One dogs made their Benpi'jogr GoebeJ was oopnimiqd XQr years oko In his brother, "llo Ami aue'i appearance while a conversation was a droudrul coush," lia write, "ifttkt fcll end ho'tt de.ifi. being beld wltb tbe child, snd she I Wvluk Bradley Jim ono Dmoflratp our famly tlioujrljt Ivo wim eoimt iln" Infomed one of ber questioners that oonsiunntlon, but lie bean fl uo Dr. . were Qlllmore and btvmigo Wfl ,lud a ovtTi(0(id nr their' names dog?" KnAu:hy last fall and Ji eyied nK Krve's new Dlaoowy, and Wrts Beauregard. "Which Is the best cured by ten Unttlos. Nmw 1H1 "I don't know," hl,i moui'Ji. axked a bystander 218 ioitndv said she; "they're both mighty smart Wotdrpw ,WIYW H Howvd an-- J we a;vd wiixli Jtow tJ dogs; but they'll either of 'em suck mude a n Kumvj rwantly For many yviw& twr fumyjy Jr.u M""l ue2i eggs If you don't watch 'em." Tbe woiidf-rfu- l ronitidy Uv iCuslii a.ti I UiJ ascertaining! aalna CtoJ. lltiosaejjt on J tfu troops left without tfuU)lil! Colds with excellent ru;iL." It' qufrf. Variy ujvl ho whether tbe family or wblrb tbe girl ltivsilvo iTrlio was so' bopeful a scion was union or Hooaevpy was pipaiinjt Mi (he Trun sate, rotable and suaraitteod. CO oontg and $1.00. bqtiUle froe nA (Tri BQt tWekor and jiw numerpw, ul ao rebel. .......... it "in all dru((s. ... I I iit Av jcpruc to wnsfnw ""' Arthur m Solite Lamp Oil i CHAS. STOLL OIL CO. "Ne-Csrf- ar ' I tP oui-crat- jc l floir-ermi- ur wi'ii-pjetio- iy I. I 'j.l lr. bmuh n.inwwmfcrw . u.n MnrzMtzzi ,uwWrttMtfJIWWMBS8 V 'gre of Hartford Republican. live In modesty hconiJjig to B'.ns lioti3rsi w tf-P- who INTERESTING NEWS ETf.Ki Iw. EDITORS J. TUio t C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER RAMEY E. DUKE, NEY FOSTER , -iron. W ". mistake if cr0UW.n1? i: ktnr Bnrbeen n Toft Republl with nctt ii Tuft HTP'ib-Urncan. He wns win wver Jiejd nffjc mmlcr TKfu ""' n vi r male a rriiueM of Ji;m .for any the Owwboro Inquirer ronim"ntnu; l.W ITEMS FROM OLATGN Busy Correspondent Good Bunch hang hi nvr n, Gets of ip , PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. f.vor Jn l;ff. "e Mtl nW.n3' News. a s mi M. 0;n.vvi Oct. !. Mr. of Ijouifti'; niotormnn, Rtrcet car wJio 1 visitiiti? hjs father Jnnwii r. (31nccKk, of tlio Oily UeMiuuiiiif, at bni Aidries Rm all communication Hartford Republican. to for th? but len ni. the paper wnt to n re Bobscrihfm deMrln rnnnt (rive the old address In mnUng the ddn NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS request. four yenrs ngo for h? ivwni'ii-tlo- n mil then held IV, "- - nnd im1.tr him in tlio governl niV'kicn idea iif isirty regu.'firity, after four yvars pf M injilmli-istratlo- n f n stoand hi occepjption cmil no holil 1H nomination anJ vote for lijm tlijs t;me. ;' niec.'Jng Sumlny night, iMr. John M."-t- n our beloved tvivhbor yta, rr.cytin I, tho power of (1ml wn5 Upon tl pmp "ills tfu.1l ' shoirys of luvnper nnd ijiu tho nir. Mr. O. .". Moxjey djrd AuijshW, "f T,rlser Ky., wore 8iK"i of Mr. nnd Mrii J,jtn !'. AJj.Mi, on Ohurrh l?t., fittinU .Mr. nml Mr. Chns. W. ,Unitur and lilwwltir, I'hryA.n, of WJlon'is rnnjtu Krjtdcilnnil, mw K1I'.J f lr. V. 11. leDiinlels Sunday. i 'n-Ti- I i- H - I a&veeeanf$im s J I 'pu I CASTORI A x A j Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S xxxxxxxx'x rjDollclte.l mBnowrlptu accompanied by intiw. anlt Anopjmoui communication! will receive no will not b Mttirne a attrDtltn. TXLBFBOi: FRIDAY, if :3 11. October X "I AM NOT CONCERNED ABOUT the Ilipt'.'t reivnj. X MEN. iW.s indw!iinl that, been two of ?11 x i'ou min," hmljll. A. I.. lM.U.oil tioa d;iv..l! x "1 am not concerned t of hi interest in the stone of M. . x WooHlnow Wdln vlJ ''.Is nuiiwe suecc-dt-i- l J.v lnfV.nnapolif. l'at,U.rnn . Co., b?Jn x (wj,yi 1 xitrov Wa,yr o. Pii.Ubr)ti, Hie rin nam' ii x That the tu"lc ten-le- their la to hejno Jn KordnvJHr, win her? ,! -. I.af,lll ..r . WjlHl ill'JUIW I' I ItiilJ IW"' Ollfllf ilrlll mil i.it lltljl fit. takes no 'jirewioM W!on-l- io of (,v ns 'RMat In V-- .1 PROGRESSIVE TICKET. i I) For President, THEODORE GOV. ROOSEVELT. JOHNSON. For Vice President, HIRAM X?or Gongnqas IE. n. bassett. io Ithe jjjjnoja is now conceeded grwwlves. Pril Progressives see victory trtnatjon figures in Jlave you worshiped by fcuying '1rie &n the re? I ,go)dn cajf a veaj cu,tlqt Welly. .T8ie golden rujc in this puinpalsn is and d tft call the lu,er ff5lllW tt ' ' Jt ftnst. t it is newdleas "h .toir iQ,hu,mp iQlark one l8 i" Wr ot announce l for the Fir.eslde.nt. Whoc,vir l'o i may be. t't I WDw would tiave Btti ifihausht wie o near tnrouSh. a IPflB!-Iiati!GamnaUm wijth no Jittje ofCJl. .have ! could al Bryan on the front nae- Now York ' is spU to bo on rtihe verge into ithe Progrcsisive Pennsylvania js one wild mass of Rooevolt voters. Let 4Ue eood w.oric t itapvOt'sng wtylie go 'urn. Editorials of Tli,e iLouSMiye fW- ld jn ibis cawpia.lsn are ,iuvunaa.Md by any of .Ue great dalleis in the United Qta-teand tliey are MJi'rnK for the Prcxeale ticket whunevpr rtud. T1 of Prosrifislve meet-XnMiaPTprascnttlon and sneers at fche Jiexder of tbjs npvomnt on ithe .part of correspondent8 to the IoavU Ta5t organ, wllio u.ro po thejr niineg, will to cow,o.r,dly make no vote in Ohjo tounty for lOTier I JtolU or Wilsom. When Jt iwkm no 1 ga a lUOTt'.on of prlnrjn'i? Jt difference with xw whaf- our nqmies may call us. me nioie Ui y urcr iUbuae and rajl at us, tli3 Ipiait t' I jKMffflren Oil i preterit. ri.'ht, "Iyt t.He rAse," but- blegis your Uttle'soul a free vwinfjry at lqji at are i" tl10 - I Tho voter Mho fls supnortjlnj; Tat 'n to defeat Wilson wJH fjnd very Jonesjino on Npv. OVi. Th raca is batween Rooseiclt tuid,WH--oIn wen Informed iiiwntcns Tftft 1 not ponle,rQd in the iwae and folie plec. toroj oU which he will reoy.ve can be count! on (jliie llnKera of one lionM. an effort n. Hon. E. T. Eronk.s, Presjlent Df t' Unvtiad Sta.teis Natjoiiml flank of Oiv o,iV4tKiro, spoke a .Monsanf0'", Ofond.'iy of Tatt. 'o ifojubt Ithe ifl ijlw Pbident of the UAltfld UU1s iBank lias a Jot 'of (things Jn omnvnn with Uw JJatlar County taruiiers. Wjandor If Ji the mean finsn he MJ WW t'l ajoMt Toft four ycfuvs uxo lunJ ubojt CJUjar list yar. tills Bnajjn ojr.Vtl Ujo do O' J tear was tlit he wto , f rjvnd to Uw .totuwo xnowi-r-. ! i pl i i tJoone innn wlio lvave ivsmtanly ibpltil the ojd llflpubHfvan .uit,y ovo)m,',incei for yearo, aitd who )uve nften iiiulrtd 1J. nauiclal hlP to jrnt i' JiJ, uirp rM,u fiiMiiliers Ixifi Jnbp rfiut in cniticlyni Of ithe l'rogrive jyivty ifor H'Ji tlio ithett nt 0,HV,-o.-( cndor eliould jway for jwivicr tp "o (tlieni. ulft 4x$wp ad otliws ""e thum. Ti! onoe Rljtftjned, (;hey wpuW rpy put "if tt ivfu-Jns.- to 'il-SW- Wie ACjWpafKTs cumI majjtain tiat Je be M. S. P.itteron & Son. i SIjsi Jennie May was liine from trite x tim- - x ciiid?r trying .to qeroo ' witfi hor N' tleljl (U .fend the wock-en- d cani,ia!Tn. Plpjes, he was nnlou for Mr. x It Is MUX men.woroen flnl o1ililrcn p.n(iit, A. W. May and family. r. x Tti.tt to make as good u Hhow-jnU. Smllli Uij W .uuierMnii'l Mr. who nre the llg cflneern in tliis fught; x a.s possible. T,he oting was by x gold hi f.uim aiul beautiful Jiome on a,'i o'jhcr issues n.ro ImUdMitaJ. x nieivt .'".Hot. IVt .whom O'ou ask iWoodrpw Wjlsjn the .Dundee To.uJ near town, jto Mr. x The voo waj: arn Sanlvich of 1'ried.iland. Oonrler.itii x nbouii, humnn welfare Je ui"'orf "' Uoosevetlt, 'UO. i not Icfinud. not coivcerned alwiiit ncn." I x Wiilfton, 7. Thein you ask .h;m what lie projso Mr. Im Daniej lwis mov1 .his I x Toft. 4. to do for underpaid nnd pwnorkefl wo- fixim Hettinger, North Dakfta, wli "c x The result oame ns n stunnjtig x a. they Vo rtunlijtii men In Jnilustry, '' hae resided for wiime tilmi;. .Mr. x Hiir.pri to all conceimed. A n'- - x dl'iU;tj"joii on Jcffer?m-lan,!- D.miel will Join hjs family (hone JnCoi. Uieoro;ic.i.l x port of the 'vote w.is pkon jo x Mr. Ioda Keith was in Horge Hnuv.h x Damorniitlc Slate heavlUaifns and x of Tueiaid.1)'. you face Mm with tlve Wilv-x x aVuis were inim?dla('.ej!y ila'Uj. y Cre.'k .Mrs. James W. Hall of McG-n.lliahlMty he neplios with nn Rcadamlc x for ui nergMe eanma!n nnnns spijiit FrlJ.iy ith Alr. M. lla'J. discussion of the tajflff. Ix IMiLsvUl-workmen Jn un wffort x of When you lfj.ee him t''e erjm Jl.r. Jc 1. Smith o;ri.'on nnd x to roll back Ui llwwnjt s;ntl- - x nnd Sanlsieh ch,'.ltl labor lie .looks eimUanrasp"d Frjidalund were-- In Dund.-- x mont I Tlntrxdav. remembers a funny ltory. C. Tlcr,'lhe portrait jinn .The eounfi' i ti.klnB for bretul and Mr. Ehv.-yVoOd,r,qw Wilson Is offering at i)an-sbln- lias one to ClDVcrpoit, Kj. J. W. Copelnnd, of Dayton, Oliio, I ' of hls purchased s Willbert E. Hall was the a bottle of Ulmtnbnl-iiMen atrussline for exlitcnce 'in a aun,t iMrs HnH;e McDanje ut H iivir Cough ftttnnly fpr h.s )ny who had n bare u,bstancicjs .wage; women wiPing Da,m Wcdne.sd.iy. )1 oold, npd before the lmttle was out thtir Hvtfa 1" mills and ta';Plrie',, Mr. AUert P. Thoma.s of Hopkiir.vllJ, t'sod .tile .boy's cold was gone. Is that elxildreii stlflins ithe cry of outmsrpd Ky., ww the 8ieii4 of relatives in the not belter than t" a five iloljnr infan-cas their tiny hainxlx 'seek .to Kajrview usslirliooil, paton II. !. doctor's .blJl? For tsaje by pH lct- keep pace .wiUi the domaind ft (,lie fp.sk' D. No. 1, several dayfs. qrg. Allv I master from euc,li coimos a ppinant m MI,s I.yda Antry IIor3 Branch prayer for hej,p, an,d the CoJ,lese Pflofe'' In wn one itiy a,t week fl'ionpjjujj. Kentucky Tobacco Crop. gor in polit.;icis, ,fuJl of iip cliws-ro-jof iIlorie was Jll"rt Jifve Washington, Oct. 9. Kwituuhy hn.3 a Plntjitudes, ajww.ers "I mn no lc?anne,i''ncl the guet of Mrs-- W. 11. MqDanuel 'ini bumper tobauco crop, aiT.orl;ng fp n Frjiliaj-- . 'i about hiem." Mr?. Dr. Jesjue S. t ruporjlre of the of Ar1ciJ-ture- , fTi'Bnk God ithe Proi.svr'P'dve Is Miss Garnelt Evajyn VcK, dlrf whlcji wag tnlty. conperaod about nun, and TYieqlore Ljnuh, I.rla Keith, piliss lluby Opal Tha acrvage of .the Ktntuclay arop was Uoosei-el- t nnd Hiram W. Johnson are Gra-and brotlicr, M'ju N'in,nJo Gl?v 36.1 per cent of the nontfige Iqf ,flhe "entire preactfim? the ifospcl of sonja.1 iouIIru and Mis Kena Jlllller 'if'.ndodl t'1" l'illr crop in the United Ktajtes.i It fcondl-tlo- n Hon and industrial Jn ntajn, at Owenaboro. Jutdfe on Oixo,ber 1 is nuterl o,t W as pr.u.'ti,ral words tha,t f'e common pqople Tllve revival oand,iictetd iby iltev. A. II. a again1 SO on 1, 1J1, and hear BlftdJy.Louisle HprAld, t)'i,e BapGardner, of Beaver Da.ni, at avepnge of Si tist oHiuxh c,lofl Fnidaj- ni;gh. Mr. The Kentucky corn crop at fi.ug-'.'- t THE PROSPERITY QUESTION. Joe I.. Snvlah and Mrs. S9 ns .nd aiinsi "9 on OiWjt 1, wone almlttqd into the ohurcli. fThoro TIms .PJiogreesive iarty iadm,ts fhe a ten years average of M. of .prosperity, but it proposes were 'no now conxrsjons tduning tlw rvl t,o uliange the direction val but .much interest .wa3 ma,njfflstjd of It. of .passing UJ', It proposes to pass and the o,luiixh flias gnpwn frongcr FOR FLETCHER'S of Bro. Gardner and iBro. Shftells lit, around. , I Hens fjs tlio difference jjn (tihe attl taiViful labors. Rov. M. Winf ree andwiCeof For,dvJll3 tiVle- of jhe ji'ipee p.iTt'lrs djj the pros- Ky., It. F. D. No. 2. wore Kiinti Pf panijty question: COL ROOSEVELT The Hepublilcan raTjy wantis ,to eon John M. Stone and dunily on WJn sr,ve prpspery for the Xew men who avienue, Saturday and Sunday and Rev. ntrTest-In- g o,mt n now enjoy Win tree IN THE SOUTH cannon a,t the new 01. .E. CJiprch, paity flropows ,flo dp. Democmtlc iltov. Clirifr'y troy nriiper,Uy for everybody by its Soutih, on Saturday niffl , . Gnnttn-e of Kiliigswxnod, Ky., arrlvpl on nollc-yThe Great Crowds That Greeted the SjitutxLay night trijn, ' whjfh Wi9 tlio l'nosTiriSiave ipaiity jlans to lat,e, and he prcaihfl for u 5un. pnospjiy anid UiHtifytbute y Wi" Him Everywhere On His ' diy. among al Ahy people. TJlie writer understands liat Itev; J. T. m is up to ycai, JJr. Vo;er o take Trip. Vanhoy, of JJifl Dun.d-r- ' CTcjiit ,w,jj be ypur nhojoe.-LauinHerald. of tJle new Mt'io. Klven the t (Special to flhe jjew York Tjin-v"- ) BALD KNOB. dvst Church. Oc,t. 8HealOi in tliis hel?:ib,onliood Of course Roosevelt wJJJ not ttirry Mr. John F. Allen, Olafjon uvl Wesley D. Duke, Friedajimd, HP'int Sun- Guorgla or Alabama, but Jt ei,ciiis irob-abl- p is nrait very good at th;p wrljiinif. Mr. J. H. Howard, wife and cUUlren, day at Tilsler, Ky. at thip time jthat he vJH jk11 as Many and Mosey Sanders, apeii 'Jasf EIU W. MoNjcy. cjejk Jji ith o. much grjenxer vote hem than li,u cvr I A. Moxjcj- - & Co., Btoie at this jijace boen gven to any can. Sunday at Mr. J. W. Tayjom dilite. Some of Iho pipje f,lio New ilds Genwa L.eaqh ajid JjUle coiutjn spent Sunday at FonlftvIJJe. Hobeirt Jarnfl?n, of Alt, . J'Jea,;int, Mr.s. Jranetjte White of Klrdsvill'p J York Times cornjspondwit flias intertjie viiCBt of J. 31. ,Sto,n9 and famjly. spcji.t from Friday evienjnt; unitjl fun f the rupngn ha.t viewed believe day witih her aunt Mrs. C. ,T. Hin;1!. Mr. Jamca W. Hall and witw vit-.- l w re to la,st a criupja of months longer Mr. E. P. Sandcrfur made a tnip p nair Spr,'jie l'wit lip., Friday and lUvseve!it i'ouj.1 crirry !Y)iHla. Saturday. It is im.posible ,to uivo nny idea of on business Jast week. ,Mr. A. E. Sanderfur vlted hjs atli Mr. nnd Mns. Wwla' 'D. Duke, and th,e .hold that t.he Jdta of "a iviw wtlite A. Hall, Firlcduafid, SUim and mnn'H napy .luis itaktfn on tho it Mr. B. V. iSanderfur MoiitV'i'.' Mifls CQnnio Sanderfnr. RP"nf. )i?t wf.'k fclniir suet Mlh-- Georgia XI. IVJiweJJ, Uf.Mrji who do not like itooiivelt fir the with ihor bioLhtr ilr. A. K. Sinderfur CYifiton MJlils Ky., .wvre guegts of Mrs., Prngircfbtto n.itform are 4iUrnwinr Up anrl fimlly. J. F. AMen and Mr., iM&lviifi Hall Sit. fjhejr hfVijj with Jay over the ncw that y ajid .Sunday. Mr. C T. 'Sm'lUi nnd f.imlly t"Jltl there js at least a puty .wlh a white Mr. J. W. Tayjor nnd fannJy Su,nd i.y. wjjUwnrt having 'o iMr. S4ti)j(u-and famjjy of F.iloiy.nnd mm can belong . I vote for tho Many of jthm JseveraJ from liore luixo a,Yjend wre in OJaton Sunday. lii,s iwlnned io lia.v'S wted W10 DcmoieiH.t,.c tick.ft a inu tlw r.eial whiili is ilns nn at Mis UHa Ptjv-rsoCiuioyvilUa ufter an Sejoqt, Ky. ?!Jl tho their Uvffl Jij,mp,ly betyiuss ,' ,wjis t'lo Synvicea were held at Uijs plpw, lost xvu est b of Mr. and Mrs. Xihe IkinJ?) only ticket a white man vote for, I Sunfiiay was u week by Hev. It. Hunt, on ('Jin .Dundee road. and all "long they haven't liked the .Tlha 14 months old ohlld 'of iMr. and Imoxafi'o panty, are wild wth his sermon was jnftiMy eiiJo.M by dl pwsent. , Mrs. W. S. Ford died ajtfllieilr ihomemear over the ladvont of anoither wfijto Jlr. ufTi Haven luis rented a Jiouse hnre on .Woflnesduy, Octobur lUiii, and. minis naniy. lloosevlt's aoyon (n on tho J. W. Tuyjpr pjuce ajid wJU Interment occurrod (U t)6 BlOiPtlflt Como-ter- y tho admission of Jibe neigro mov at : o'clock 'p. i. uflti-- r nn to anlO in ,h f inure. ' at "tiho Bu)l Mooso coii't;nMon 'WJU Sciioo s irotTPusjiB: ptcejy undw Vm .talk by Rev. F. M. I'Yurrli. not get him any Southii-n- , minagvmont of Mr. llenny Jlortrv. The hruiJ. of drut'll Jius ilndl fliU'vn votiis, and may loss Ulm onu Js')ihorn Uijs ' tf;t,ljn dur. oiiis, but on A. 8. of E. I on u b,om jn thj.3 hViV.,y Ihroughuut ihlng t has doae, ,t has I n"Jhji)oriiood. ing rfho year now paring dmto fofjM.- - nvJe it possible for Southerners to , (nmjjnd! Jevie (the Ieimocrfl,;c Mrs. J- - T. SmiUi !js on Wi9 ick J,;nt and wo are nailtff, tutd loyi I tlu,t Gad Jg fast c)a,;miimr 1I oupi. " of Wifm are dojing it. ai rfjlits writing. Ui m.jdt of Hfi ,wo are jn litih Vt In Nflnth Georgia and MlHe Farmers are ery busy preparing us to prcrane lof fihat fl'iy the Coloiwi Us oipeclajly Htrong. The wlieut 'fcTound for Wautiing. it Mr. Morion Sanderfur spoilt Jufe Sun whlh tfiall tTemliully Jrln ((lie U.-- tronblo wi;(h hJa 'ciiratkgea i tlva tt. ', day wfUi Mr. NorviJJo l.emch. sleop to our aouis. only recently that Georgia turn wnUcl Mr. E. P. ftuvlerfur tinjl family Kxat Mr. O. N. iMi'DanM, o.f ntjir 'Unslnj, up 'J) ,ths a'tuuitijon. At Qrst Uio Rtitove-w- it movement was rerYivfl injiffr. last Sunday was a vtrek wtfli lijs par formwjy ojw of our hulling liijii'lyjiit8 ents, Mr. andJlr. J. M. tfrtiidcpur and and l)UXnHS men, was ihyro Sunrlay fKiv in ithe .belief j)ha.t jt was fl'impjy . a variation of the RopuHican family. srpqtlng ojd frejiil,i.. jtuitv. Mrs. ltertfia Ueik, i very jjj at this Bro. VunXioy Jio . pastor, will iLjJivar WJjhln the last week ox no many h wrjtlng. ianrda,', Gflarjjans and Alabamans hai3 uomo seivnon heixt" his to beJIcve Oiat Roose,vojt imcni Aunt Itnchej ajltiliap tfs u,t (home,vi Oc,tnber 12, at 11:00 o'clock. Iwfliat Uav. Christy Gentry wJH preaofi tli'i he a life Jong viejt. wo hope, vjth Mrs. ld when ho declared tfwl Cie was party J. A. avj, her niftier, and looks wsll first Saturday and Sunday! 4n Novtmb..r. through with the liepublsan a pjcnou There has been an elec,trcttj effcc,j, i and hearty for Jicr 1 yoars. The' Methodists wijojed I ln,t(rest pn-ge- iuo X X X x WOUK1NGMEN AUK I FOB K0O3EVKI4T. ,Bo!o,v will '''- - found n gunnin - rfi as taken nmons the ompjoyes of a liirito inanufuf'turing plant Jn South UiUv,il,'.o, Mnnjilay of $t wek. wider wliiwe ''Ix-'r.The vJlon the .poll "f13 italvn (s a He- tnj. imlicnn and, while He 1 gn-len,'-. X x N x The fall Shoe season is gradually creeping upon us. The Oxfords must be discarded for (High Top Dress Shoes. THE OLD WORN OUT Work Shoes cold. x x .x x x x wi(l lij Je be replaced by a strong, sturdy pair that will keep out the dampness and must ' . OUR SHOE BUSINESS from year to year. It takes more Shoes every season to satisfy our demand. This alone ought to be sufficient evidence to Grows steadily I I n I ! 1 . e , convince any wavering man or woman Shoes that our I xxx xxxxxxlxxxxxx are right. c. . ?ut WE SELL QUALITY SHOES For women as well as our own special brands that have stood the tests for years. Ladies' Shoes, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. The little patting bare feet that creep in so noiselessly now must soon sound like a few young mules stalking in. We have Shoes for all your little "rascals," and we make a special effort to supply the children with the kind of Shoes, they, ought to have. We have the light, medium and heavy weights. Prices at 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50. v I'-'- i' . I I I pny De.rkU-tnvn- ye iued I ton-ye- ;e iu Inad Children Cry CASTORI A e Bring all your Shoe troubles here. We will satisfy you. free-itrad- bUB;miejis,-wreiekui- ig E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. The orowds alnng t'l way Iwre l..ve .arjiet been ithe most intense- and had yn. At tVlii.n-bu- s ho lias listeners where he made a speech to ng nuiny people 113 could Jam themselves into ,t,ho iU!nid action, lio had tie Mnd of aivXl(Tpo tint John Calvin or Slartln Lntlier (alked I to. One of fj'iem lirinl-j- l him a basket of noiimgiuimtea, tuvl ii tho basket vraJt a poim rradpiga iprjying oneg, wJio Jans liavo "Oh, I grayed, And yot no an,swir Xiraml, I Have mu ometJjmOH bcen.hngf lufrajd God might int ! His word?! , God heard thee; lie lias not X.oigot;l nu-ujifrVI iitV-jb- iiie 'paj-tonat- - ' anil Jovph B,rown and tho SnVjth peo-P- lo wore for .WJlwu in tlw anttf-povention tjjflvt. Tho .Brown pewpjo are Uiervrnre convinced tliat Jf Wilson i ojeotod .Smith WUI tun (the tityiiio xd tivey win get notlilng.. I Jee ly ( s xM bn t NEW Demo-.-rats- Willinery Fall is again I am prepared j; the ladies of : and vicinity a I Fn,U hall at 1hi;'Ji l jJWMidl. ht vdeln-g-ii'(- ai iw-a- r im-pru- fulav-jss- om-Jii'lft- y thr p Yea! ICnow thou not jlw nale't jot Of all HJs woiil sha-l- fair That gives' some Jdeu of lie kjnd of audiences 'that Cojone lias beifi talking to in this Soujurn Foujiny. Ti'ioy we religious aeaioits, and tliay lcok WUimi upon hint as on apoc)t.le thu PoAUlitkt moranent was an U Jiojglit Thomas Wllpun was a pownr tin iGcor. Bfi, and th0 l'PPiUllsts Wt a Ms vote. tj Today of fji oditlme for lbtis'svijit. are It Houth Georgia had a ijUJe more tone fp p asQUajntctl with the Hituutjpn, pftbo-lcoubJ tell wJmt n!'it Junpui, (n (jhis I four-fjtjjis 4Vp-nlis,I here and to show Hartford beautiful nne oi Fall Hats Inspection invited . and hope to see you at my store. State, I lft st I fpllPiweifl Many of in Georgia are KJng to vite for Bnose. Underwood hmsj?f js d,'u,bit.iess vejt. alnotjvly for Wilson, huf. (Jvn-la Ucprgja dlvifion niionig factional foj. Damocrats wili'4i.h wJUfoiice lni Miss Poppie Nail Over Rosenblatt's Store. ephone Exchange Tel- Entrance lowers over Id Hiio llu.ll Mooso. fvtjtccif are leaded .by llolge The mllh HARTFORD. - KY, T 2WV- -- T" MILLINERY TOPICS. The rush is now on in our MILLINERY PARLORS-N- ew Goods are coming in daily. ' Mr. James H ch"! fin,l tflp ilnuaj'tt BEAVER DAM irni'i r, llciir.j.f.wl, vpra I'ltnninc f'l-e- r AIr. lou Auntln, wjfi of Mr. Vnvw at TJi-- j illiii,tir(in office AVr'r-daII. Aiifin after limit iffr;iia of .ne". imnri nii'l o'.lirr cvnpUcfiiMKifl d.t Mi Whenever" your purchases amount to Xloniliy ui!irnn?. She won O km 1" jr. at tliu OMn County Dnw Co. ffjtro montjlm nnl S days fifld, S'i- It ijtirv.voit you hy.ihier IniJmnJ ami wo ,rin'l ,,illilrn, 't a Harmony Talking fn-e- , 3H f Mlv. Mr. .AiiFtjii ItliondM Ilv,!ns (.fl Anitniia t When YfivT'eit ftrnii nnd Mf""i Margaret IUiuad5 at ocd lot ma (rail joii. rrlu: tuiil totfi? wJJ'i Hit in nnl iv.tfnbljnt; Kchoo Af, U,r filiiTrt icri'ei liy 1fio llov. A. S. I KINO, nre right. Adv. fi.f Ilcirtonl, KV. I.. Mc,3 Inr rrinnjns wnr yif to 'rtyt Rev. T. V. Joiner " In ffie Onlion cimtofy. will '"1" Mr. nnd .Mrn. II, J. IJrolMi li.ftT,u. protracted met tint; a', O i!itn n : by diy nf;rnoon Xor rfjulr homo in Atnls'it. Ho will lio psftptifl j , , Moi, Jul. Rov. J. Crow. Rev. A. I.. M left Tucfllny nnorn-Jn- tr iMr. i:. V. Rirnnid, irny.o 2, llnrt-for- j, for .lffrrpontottin, to iji 'nil a f w" from 1i,whiiii d(i,,vp'oii hu'nocg. returned h Mtvl:r Snnivr, w li",ro gho Ji,id irfvyi Mr. Owen Hochcr of HI l'n;p TsxiJ Wi.utmcnt, land is much letter. I 1 In twvi vi.mIMiv; his fyjver nnd(mili-er- . oX y. I 1 -- ro '.(ilVf"ryiit' BOYS' pn-'n- iy SUITS! In Greys, Tans, Blues, Pin , I T. II. Ronton, of CtH''POT; K!)i1i RuriKtt atvl Rnlart Div!, Route 3, Ilarjonl, vtiva penftin pollers at Tho Rcpulioun- office ywJ.cnlay. - Jtlrs, , I ' ( wyit to IiiiihiJVi ' list ,wft' k to enter the Hoiithrtiin to Tlno,V!pnl Scn;nary prpariaory Air. C. 1). Ohi,ck Hvtl Early buyers are the ones who get the "pick," so we would advise you to call at once and conMRS. SARA COLLINS SMITH sult as to your needs. Besides Millinery, we are showing the prettiest line of Coat Suits, Cloaks, Dress Goods and Silks to be found anywhere, with suitable line of trimmings to match. See us for these goods, and remember that IT PAYS TO tho ministry, slvilns P 'the prrv tjirc of JI Alinnfo Tlns"fy, St. Jpsfllr.i llis- I liw, for that calling. pjtol, of Rowing Oro:n, litis Jut ivt'iini. Milptp l,V. no and Dona Qulnn repent "J Jf Jm& in.tltul,lcn nfter a brief vilt Saturday ?md Xuni'laiy tflHlnjf thpjr .aunt to fniil ind ws:fi.'tjvca t Simmon.! Mr'. J. A. Howard, of Rockjiqnt, Ky. ,Mr. Ko'HiOUJK,rapO(n(l Ml Connie Air. GiX. II. lhh.s, if Marunjiown, R- Scovmn of lUpvcr Dam M"rp marrll Is vK"tlmj hjs sliir lra. liy Rev. T. V. Jq;ncr at the Alotlio-dl- t OaniliiT. pursontiiro WtdHesdfiy cxin,'jns. i Air. JC. P. 'Toy lor p the Pot KilrkT-ofttHookiport mvVprs Canvenlilion In J.ousvJl'.e thj l'rpf. h was In Hartford yegtsr-di- y WACk. HJifli Sl)oi Mr. Tomp Nt'l, of AIorTMnow'n on ljis wiy to MnrijitiViwn, wjiuro Kv., H. ho aok t,l)i3 camlna(r)n to lo almlt-to- d I vJilUnw ilyi Pls,t((r (Mrs. jW. Qn;,nn. to prurtjic Jfiw. Mr. A. K. AIHlr-."pnit several d,iys Po',ni.vit,ir J I. R. Manun, of HartIn Princciion, Ky. Jfit WRk ford aocoinaaiilcd K. T. Franks, of I S - '', ,. I I Stripes, Browns and A.I M5 Blacks, Prom 4 to 17 Years i r to Morffin,!oii wlvore .Mr. Frjinkp innido U flfvui (jhp iip?fih In Intorctii of Taft" candlary. Coun,ty Jiifle IL ,K. liaa coptwl an invjta'icn fjo iloUvcr a AoJ-V.,ni- a CASTORIA Hartford Boy's Sudden Death. WJiJle making a ballon npcoptipn ct county Tujuimbfi, n, last Thursflay, Mr. Ailbjn PcUy, son oX Mrs. R. It. Wadena;, oX Har.tford, was InslintliV kMltfl. At t'ie same linio a Xfftsen year ojt boy1 va killed wyh Air. Potty. In some nvuircr ,the boy wa ca,up(i(t pn tfv .npe of tlie balloon na Jjt arccndd, and wficn t a liclKiit oX about 400 fotft hc rix-clijJt- p gave a sudden drip and Iwont p to tlie ground jn tho presence of oX liorrXl'd ppectatprs. Tlio bodies wejc Jound .honrjbly iman-le- d In a cor.nXie,yl. l'Yom p. newspaper nccpunit of jfjlie ead pfoiident it soemg tliaft Mr. Pei'jty owiwtl Tiho nn,d outfit, but d;a balloonist, P,rpf. UJaukey, was temporafU'y ftlsotolod. Mr. lottfy was we)J known in Ha,rt-fnxpathy an,d jh:9reo4ti,v'fhn,ve jlip af ali, Besses Jeavlnp a nwrtliex (to twiojUr.ath-er- s. mourn hl d'nklse he Air. Amhur of Hprtjtoiid and Mr. Wn,ton Petty, of Harriiburg, Ark., and Awo tsjers, Alsg ESquar Pstty, oX Hantord, and Mr W. iD. loniaors, qf HarrisbufK, Ark. Internment ,wios at , Tusiqumbla, Sunday. j t,ho Cojperjt Ala.Uwna, Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S fjr at lwiis, TRADE WITH A HOUSE on lrftilay tornvorly ! nl't i;vrl Nnw Itayinvugi ccliiM IS. JudKC O In that have THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. 'Will wlJ.hoM.t idoujt a $1.50 to $6 (In Connection With S. Rosenblatt, Hawesville.) 1 'firsc uudifiifc. Anioaif t!ios w,ho mtumefl Saturday n.!jf!it from Owentbmro, wrticrc hcy hod been nttcndltiR ithe fair, wi'wp: JlfflHos HarT"t Fl sner, Maurine Martin, Kiutli-lcr- ji Tamrr; Mr. and Mrs. . I. Tur. a"i", M'srs. George Trout, r.uk .Tpylor I and Iks Sanidcrfur. Dr. R. FTTipUqnor, wjio tw hecn at Ilwint UflKe tor BqveTOl ycora, .wlwro lie wa, qno of if Jpadlns phiTg'.oians, .lia old Jia prop?rty at Uiat pi.00 ".nil will nove to Hartford mUiln (jilie More-laa- d a tqw dYiyii. He has Uo,ug-liI. prppenty on Unjon Btiieejt. Hm&Gbt Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, OOTOqER Attorney ! T. Nxfl. of IivHvtHa, i was in Harttord Tuesday. i liun-dred- Rosenblatt's, J a HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. , b.ij-Iok- It M. H. ft E. U A N. lailroad Time Table n Mr. Ray O'lUnirm has position In tfw mstfianiqal deflxuflnwit of TJib Republican. JUry Stewart, of Boavcr IJam, Mi lias roiVvrnn homo after a ulnar hm wjUi tie'3U:e iyjey. tuvptl and In 'ohaT.ro of tha Town Martial, Mr. D. F. Raize, Render, to LjTdn Daf, i ,MS, mijuhiMi Davtdon, oity, and J. W. .Dunden, who is 6w4minff hemev fron, HarlXord, Jtoute I. I SiJ,-- t, weip ll'i1'"-- , tOI d.ay. of Glfs'rap, Simmons, ftp Cqmmle SbnWu Oireuit Clerk K. O Rarmas wp, 1" yv SQViena, of Ihe young: Jprtjes pX 'HartXOiTd Sevens, Bearer Item. an tu.He.na at tJ' HqpubUnin Wffl-.- e iAiulivllle t''l8 week. MoivLiy. areipropjarnK tofrlvp aliopie tutrnt p(v K. C. Cro.we, to Pearl Huon, Hart, t Heavier Daaii, Aiwtln, Miw . ford, Route 7. I Jlnif. II. W. Tinaly, of aro?inVjllc. antltlfl,. "Mjss1 Foarleua & Co." ie,ro ut re. l vWtiliiB an flonly lte. There aro f,hneo aeis in J,?pse Uamnicms to OJlfP Autry. Me SaLurdiiy ajid Sunday Jioie with . ...... ...I.......... ur wliu ki1.iv 8P;"t i ... ,.. a rrim. the P.'fty, wH'.ch lias tho qoniiedy land Henry, ,., ani'"' i..K ! ".. r" " Clfiren,ee K. L.osVdon, Fordivjlle, t for 'a fw Ua jn Lanimltte. traabe combined. Tho vnep J qomppied loy. I, i of tli'9 following: JIIsBps Vcrna Duke. Vera Slircvo Narrows. Jrom i' &Uss Jd.wy T.i,lor Uih s- - H'illlPa "Hid AnuhAir rii:l- JIW". Wijmona 3tPojis, Ituth Riley, IleUi QliauUuiiiO, N. Y. an oxtonfK'd stay at iljw of Reynolp and K. IP. H.vnjvrd, lilriblo Jnaper, liraine BulJenisar. 'Attnnwya and WoofXmid woio rout0 nnljXont, wtre ;invunj; Dir va Margnirt Jojner, Reptrfpo Hpyne, Hat-tl- o tiuit vrH Tuctlay. in llor(,MHtw u Ti'uuljy a'.tiiii 3rrm and Mary Marko. VWi Kth's iilf flM hlsivuu. T. V. Joln-- r anff j,, llat, ptuivil fU" splrnflid Uijcnt the youtifi: Jaea may,b3 nell lir Hppk.ii,tiiuiiit at U. ner owwboro, wlwre &ho tip hem Jv- aiuricfj ,i)ey wJU 'Iiai8 a kugo (mJ1' ' I Huniflfiy. ene. iiiunUis, aiM .will r4)Ij for ','Er iirti!(ln ut(Ure. Mr 111. iypirior .ic Jicivj J,n Oi Imptwcid Ord;r Ohio Trjbe No. Between living: well -w . f WptfoW for of Rod Men of Hartford, was theftjst .rwl,w-land livinar poorly is i"tfipn. hV. very small if you . thry.Mw you they vnnf. Hn,d uptmritt Wedindty njBht of tfva dJf'Hle,t mqjnir . , of Uuxt orOer. About ono,iiun4red buy right. The fel- Mr. J. W. Cov. of tvo"' R;vieir nam, Us bv1k V tfBWtfB T were hep?, representing a nufiiber IUW WIIU MIUWB lb wa-S- lf3 Jiaw for WH N a iileujint j,,, iTry ,lhem, ' all is satisfied, but t p;v of tfio forty tribej (n WodiAday ' . . Por ti.co you oan cit a copy of "The craj of tho drea Chlofa wyo pressnt, Deoole who are seeking, new ideas Saehetn Crowe, of Iiw'.udfnff, Great tumd fron. Klonlda, wfer. i.e are wining 10 n. uvular ' 1a Qranwe Ky., Great Cliilef pf Repords ids 01 lc ' We invite you to bUHl!f ook alone 4 IUO. 'of t; Qrait Junjor aijpvnore K,el'or HoWnrr, call on us and let us Canyon TioMi" 'ron "" ' up ' Iw. Owlflftto Iwo, of .the WW afld State Kxemp,YitT JiirJe H. II. show you how to j ; Your on the ftWw Marine at lve Spectacles. . hi'r..unjv nnu Co. IwrKfi niWrlw)od, ha.3 hnm fJwisut Monre, of IjouisvlHe. In Hie evening a 1W lAllv 1,. ffw... There's only one ; ; "u. j, n n. H .. f.. splndjd ,banquct wag ti'nved ,atter Mr. anid lUr. H of Ticliuiwr. l of Hie Shikje Uwu glass that will fit . ' .. wlilcli degree work was comferrpd, and ViWiUiiK Mr. and Mrs.ljWjn Nowbolfr Juir imLEibbortwad. i vWlttn your eye properly J talks wro Jvn mado by iho vfl'tors. . a car fid of sl- .ila Jut 'Turner and if you don't get illra. .Oharjea was enjoyable thruuihput Tho, oceoAIon 4kaf Ana a.1bdji vklll -- -i u,n,il iMie home tifibo ,wrf(l kffiC HfU'W,crd,; JAcsars..W. W. lVd, wuib N eye is liable to be W. E- - W.1IS, "nd Jolvn DJalr, of BuftViJ w' !PjV-i-R rocord in Jhe front top tweinltuJity to injured.. I Monday. 'callier wt Vw Rep,uhllcn dv AiwCiiir, ot jwkuj 3, . lira. W. 'R. Hcdrlpk ntjtpjiflfd t'le dvjviyI ! Owejiaboro, and We fit each eye with the MoticetoTax Fayeri. Ilaftond, liaa Iwiu-'- . Orajid Itlifa tncnii of Uie proper tense anu at tn pruper 1H Doputy Slierlff S. O. Knmm will Qttjviiut a btiirdJiiK nr price. t Oni'r of WJ t'l-wat Cihe 0! Jo, win iVIanw oji uVy uim-j- i U.CkInTioraWd aamrfwjr, OK Mr.-- J. . m I, ' ' , v.m LHwani W., vV la jec41et Jpur tjaxcn: Meniodo of DKPUiKas, No. SU of lU.rtnrl. Rookporit, Sa.tundao', iOutQlxir 12. call, thl8 offiPO WwViead. , 1 t aJr Vyix, Tuesday, OetMbex J5. drtU t.114 'M'C" The Reliable Jeweler It you na.nl a coal . wheat - ,kl , .1 . . :, t,. Pretnib. 'Wodnsdpiy, .Ci$obex 16. . ioi.-- ;o'. n.o u.:i i ai and e m about tho kuw and Optician. I CivumweJJ, Thurwlay, Oqtobor 17. diameter at H. U KINO, Jlan'ifonl, Kjr atf Adv r JS. Alullewy, aj,tuiIay, ,OutolK.-omo count v r.uu:aiuj uiyau w35TTwiMrr5r-tfiUUACIC, Slwritf. IT. Aavefpiseiiwent, HtwfcrU, Ky. I Adv. ha 4.I.W- - 1iavi;iu; csfjiajteed woiik iwjtili rji d to ZUn ptollu WocrnuT ha'iturwd from Aub,urn man wlw will imq and" resumed lier u MXt jn in a fw Oajis. iWe riffnrit. itppia No. 112 North Bound due 7:1 a. m. work as OfptKy ,Clre.i,t Clerk. . this family from Hartford, ibuit wish dally except Sunday. jtheilr new 2ooa,Jjion. l'earj IIuuon rind Mr. K. C thain y.u'W3 in uu f.l?a MO. ill worm uouara citdzjns It, Soveral of Crown were mirrjrfl iby Judge R. aadiy except Biuwrny, of KondsNJlio ha vie purqh0jqd .a pajr of 8:45 a. m. Woadjiur at ia offico Wqamqsduiy lie. llfi South Bouikl doe Uno Russian blood hounds, wlxjph will telly except SusuUy. U'R AVpdmqday (nwn Mrs- - J.'K. VPSl be kept far .the protewtloin pf fllw,i cjy . 1:4 p No. lit Soutfa Bound ut)v h'.-- r Jin; for 'a two weeks vltit or will bo s?nt 'out for hlno when daily except Sunday. daughter, Mrs. T. 0. Feitfc, of Bntl. uoflJqd. The dogjsi are fine o?tJrne'", , Agt. H. E. M1SCHKE Hid. at Hartford, Ky. vaU , KlnuViim of Hqants Contcnl" 1 WirO V.tjo of a Bplendid rlhrao aotPom .(.tiat will le .pneaiinted ait 1R-- . Itemy Saitirr4ay nlislit by tallest of ilc- Henry. TJio ipnooqeds a,re far bonaft ,a' tilvo Ordor of Hajtern tttar. Qu,te a nunb,er fnam Har.tfoixl mM probably sfip , tire mertornvuiice. . Air. Sth ilamlcy and family intend to dcaie fjoday fa,r Juqurn, iN .Y.,ihere Mr. tiey wJU reside 4n Hhe future. Moaejley will rama;n Jn the piajJlKT-vjpTVio e, Ha.t-Xom- ' .. ,aT or Pet' 1ti,s 1 S The Home Restaurant LILES & BORAH, Prope. time card directive Monday Au. 21i. Mie curt it with to Httl us povlhle. Here is a dnjsls.t's nplnion: "I jhave 'cleliay Wlien you have a bad oojd ym wan,t best nvedjelne oblpdna.blo so as t s PCY. IT CROMWELL, , d-j-e sold Ohyamberlftln's Cqugh Remedy for o nios IyUar ftitcen years," aay Saratoga, Und., "and conrtyder Jl t1' bot on the narkt. Ftor saje by all I ' dqalera. Adv 1 Meals and Luncnes at an Hours It 2 Fine Candies, Cigars. Tobaccos, Soft JJ Drinks and Fruits. g ,' Marriage License. I SSSlSS!, S YOUR PATRONAGE it- - SOLICITED. : ji,. iimt li', ... y, lUirn ,,m. H.Tn The Difference Wfm!U, 'h w.tii .W -- lt Let i Now is Your Chance to Get a Bargain in a LOOK up-right I ; lol--aa,t- tf lvSff ,- . d.rct. "- -J ,-- iarn. J First Class Piano or Orgae. Piane for f 100. 90 One second-han1G6.60 Piano for One slightly used upright One slightly used upright Piano, good as new, 2750O sold for 1375.00 going now for Also I hava some bargains in slightly uses Organs iroiR eiu.uu up. Now if you would be interested in any of these BARGAINS call and see me at 'once or dropcard and I will call and see you. I also handle a complete line of the latest SHEET MUSIC. d, - I miJ X' X Ch I buy M. a- - ' itaim., f" i" ivod It's 4 Free Ibw i, ' . J T"'"" !.; I w .: ;. J, B. TAPPAN I ncll llKJi ITIUOIU M. A, FAUGHT, Mgr. SJy a It Hartford, - Ky. t Harrford, ' Nentuck-y- , ! k.lXl.1 ' rf-1- c " '' 7 8AS.M. 3 It Questioo.-Mr A j n , HAVE YOUR SUITS .Directory Olio County Circuit Court-- T. F. nirkhead. Judge; Ben D. fllngo, Attorney; W. I Mldklff, Jailer; K. Q. Harrow, Clerk; F. I Fe lix, Master Cominkloner; It. T. Collins, Irustee Jury Fund: T. II. Illuik, Slier- y. O. f, Hartford. It jiutit-jKuonn, Diim, u, 1, Jew, Jlmitc 5, llJit 1 '"M. W. Iiirp, Court Monday Jn rilrun.ry iuwI run tlnucs thrit; wtks, thud Monday in Al rll. two weeks, Hi lid Monday In October two weekM. County CourtIt. It. WnMlng. W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. V. Smith. At- torney, Hartford. Comt contend first Monday in each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court-lUit- lns on the fourth Monday In February, My, August and Kot ember. Court of Clulms-C- cn encs first Tuesday In Januaiy and first Tuttihty In October, Other County Offlcerr-- C. S. Moriey, Survejor. Fordsvllle, Ky F. 1). No. 2; lternard Fcilx .Anstssor, Hartford, Ky It. F. .No. 2; lltnry Leaili, SupeTlnUndent, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. lUlty, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUHTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after Jrd Monday In March, Tuesday utter Jrd Monduy In June, Tuesilw Jrd Monduy In September, Tuesday afar aflr 3rd Monduy In December. ,K- Cromwell. Wedneday uftor 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monduy In June, Wednetduy after 3rd Monduy In September, Wednesday after Jrd Monday In December. t vsD!r:KBS:srjL!L: Cleaned Pressed Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law llAinTOUU, Will practice bJs In Ihlt, and Adjoining countlua. Commercial and Criminal FnuUcti a Spoclalty. , Rcpairing and Dyeing neatly done. lnur lUu-ln.- '. prIon KY. '( ft 0 ft " ,V- -.. K iWMf-SM-.- . ". ' , i it ttl'AVAyi Yty'w ' BY "- .- Ml!,;;? I WMA.RADFORD. ,,M;w In building your own home, It pays to look after the building of the eel-'la- r. .vjw. W-.T- a .r. 7J vf -- : 1 .i t Hi t ! . V b ' ! i kT After the excavation is made, SA study out for yourself the peculiarities of soil, location and exposure. It vvouM AvAmtrfT'- the soil is Inclined to dampness, havo t"o 'iKe . u course of tile laid all around. ' the bottom, outside of the wall, with ' an outlet at sufficient distance. The , 1 Ailk-wd- s sink-holfilled typo outlet may be simply a The bungalow or single-storAve 'with stone; but it must be lower than jpt dwelling house has some special -good op- 1 coming Into Increas- ,the cellar bottom, and give a may ac- advantages and Is portunlty for any" water that ing favor. A cottage home of this .cumulate to get away easily, if tho , 48 feet 6 Inches ground Is very damp, have another ' !7Pe, 26 feet wide by Is Illustrated herewith. It la or , built without an attic, which saves .course of. tile J-about' -two feet above ' Ul o ...... luwitnii me sunncc. expense In roof construction; and tho .uaii-nThe use of cement mortar Is a great PORTABLE LAMP FOR CAMPER low roof design fits the general style ' pf the house better than a high roof preventive against dampness In the could. It Is a small affair when meas- cellar, and the way the cellar floor Is convenient Form of Light Consists of Acetylene Gas Generator and ured up against the ordinary house; ,made has a great deal to do with It. but it contains more room and more ,You can make a cement bottom that j Reflector. Is porous, or you can make it wnter-A very convenient 'form of lamp popvenlences than the orthodox tight, Just by the difference in the way has recently been devised for the use flat In a city, and is Immensely the materials are mixed. It some- - Df campers, hunters, etc. It consists Superior when it comes to comfort times is desirable to have the back 0f a portable acetylene gas generator, A person never appreciates the falue of a good cellar until he leaves end of the cellar dry. and the front and a burner arranged with a reflect-pasomewhat moist for fruit and Cr which is open at the frount for the house that has one, and goes to live fi n a city flat where there Is no cellar vegetables; but this depends upon escape of heat. The walls of the use you wish to make of the Hector are imperforate, to prevent tho except an and no room to passage of air through the reflector (tore a pint of cider or a peck of pota- - cellar, Great changes have come in build- - when the lamp is being moved about The house here shown Is much Joes. arrangegd than a flat, because ing small houses within a few years. or is exposed to the wind. In this way you have light on all sides, and the Until recently the Idea of hot and cold the danger of extinguishing the light bedrooms, as well as all other rooms,, water and a bathroom In a house of , is avoided. The accompanying lllus-thi- s siee was almost unheard of. In tration shows in Fig. 1 how the lamp are light and airy a great advantage' In both comfort and health. "Be It order to enjoy what are ordinarily may be attached to the head of a ever so humble, there's no place like called "modern conveniences," It was man, while the gas generator Is se- home," is a sentiment that applies in necessary to occupy a large bouse; cured to his belt The details of the a general way to all small houses, but, but bathrooms, hot water in the kitch- head attachment are shown in the hot especially to this one, because It, en and gas and electric lighting are sectional view, Fig. 2. The burner, la to attractive In appearance, so1 growing more common all the time, A, is attached to the flexible tube, B, thoroughly well arranged, and so com- - and they are being Installed In small- which runs the generator. The rethat the humble features are) er houses every year. Because It is flector, C, In which the burner is fitiorUble of entirely. necessary or because a person prefers ted, is provided with a flange along A good deal in a house depends on a small house, it is no longer neces- - Us outer edge, to which the arms, D, that they should do without the are secured. These arms are fastened tbe layout or shape of the cellar. Many to a cage, E, provided with a strap, tellars are almost useless except to j comforts of civilization. With the the house up away from the , crease of small houses fitted with F, which is strapped about the head ground, to keep It dry, and to assist auch luxuries, the health of the peo-- o of the wearer. As an additional support to the lamp, a small bracket, Q, some extent in keeping the lower ple haa Improved. oor warm. Some cellars are too It Is Renerallr understood that connects the bottom of the reflector Hark and musty to be desirable, and a cleanliness is a good thing for more j directly to the head. When it Is degreat many cellars are too contempt- - reasons than one. Cleanliness, as sired to use this device on a boat or In camp, It Is mounted on a stand, H, oiy aircy lor any purpose- - wnatever. ' Jong ago as Bible times, was b depends on the shape of the eel- - nlred as one of the leading virtues;' as indicated at Fig. 3. This stand Is to commence with, but more de- - but the full benefits were not appre-IMBd- s formed of two sections, one of which on the manner In which It Is ciated until the bacteriologists got to Is hinged upon the other, so that the By and the care It afterwards re-- work with their microscopes and fer- - lamp may be moved laterally. means of a thumb screw, I, the two sections may be clamped at any desired position. The lamp Is taken out of the head gear by unscrewing v 1 v "" BaSSESSSSSSSHHBSk 'x. " a' '' the bolts, J, and It may be then fastened In a bracket, K, which Is swlv-eleon the upper end of the stand. The swlveled bracket is provided with a handle, L, which enables one to move the lamp In any desired direc- I nt Mr. William A. Itadford will answer nuestions and give ndvlce FHEK OP JCOBT on all subjects pertaining to the Subject of building, for the renders of this toaper. On account of his wide experience Editor, Author find Manufacturer, ho ?is without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all Inquiries 178 West 0 William A. Radford, No. Jackson boulevard, Chicago, III., and only stamp for reply. KDclose two-cey ... Cva . I XT-'1!' OVI n. ' . vllv know. irtne Should I Hats Cleaned and Repaired. worn canea rorana delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. I1LDU., special attention. Ladies work given , , mmm Me!D4,noc Dd 111 CO IiarUU'iriJi',1) O. OO Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. fcr tilio Qm!f OlTllLn I a Mtvns. W, II. U.'iniB mid C. l Smith annoiuioe tluut ilivy luivo .form-casvki, Mr. Bmlth Is trxivonUMl Glilb, It of Iaw, oxcart cirlinlnal and boing Couinty Keral irnc-tic- e illwr Aittxxr-nxty t. e I J ( trunk owlipx HARTFORD, KY. 1 frotn i)ractilcluKsuch ccneus. Mr. Uarns will liuUvldually Id accent tuch prnctloa 0fIrB Hartford Itvpubliaun building, IIart ford, Ky. so --- U- GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KT. Will practice his profession In alt the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Also No tary Public. Offlc over First National Bank. YAMCTL.MOSLEY. five-roo- m Proprietors Wurc''' after Friday 3rd ,1" t',,i"'l"!r. Frtduy after 3rd MJ!ny lcc'eniber. Bfi.,Hv iJ?.ck?n' .Ontertown, Saturday fJi Sr.f dtW.?,,ay. In' M,mh atuiday if June, Saturday ii-Ii, x,fl , fer ?r.Vni" y .'" Saturday Monduy In June, JrH iV,"lar ln December. IS M"S' Hock'or, Friday after In Friday rt at Ice-bo- 6 LACKSMITHING WORK tnd Monday IIUIIU1H In May. Tm Monday Jn Ausust. Tueluv' Aionuay in November. Wedin-sdu- AND REPAIR ',a after 3rd Wednesday after 2nd MondUy 1,1 AuiusV Xofeml All Wey. Mini i. ,.. .. ftiV Z7, Vi.i I ir. rif.u I J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD tion. SPECIALTY. Ohio County , Y. Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, HAItTFOHD CUy A'ttor'neT j" POLICE COUIIT. KILL the COUCH AND "'"V"'" w. JL "-- , Wilson. CURE the LUNC8 "7 iCi,.CuncH.TJ-- . H. WHllams. - Mavor- ... (.icrk.' . li l ti,-.1. iiiii. 11,'IUW A Slooie, Ky. 'aS.7 rr u ju.' Tlnsliy, Lr b S. Courier, U Lone. v:.nS''wre,l,r' W-'- . and II. H?.Ch.'r- - lZ' L Dr. King's New Discovery w and lum tmuiles. QUJlRAsTTXKD 8ATISPA0T0KTI OK MONX7 XXEUmWD.. KEL1QIOUS SEUVICE8. Roughs j unuLvmn FOR OLDS Trlat MMta tJV'- Sft recog-tVCuc- lr SEEDS' r psmaosBt cnstooMr. Mhk. ltntlrtMI Tmrmtp. f nlWMlkt 1 0 UttaaSi Ml I !llt SPECIAL OFFER:wUll kaflAXta Atrial SIS yoac Ltt-- 1 vocumrsmm wfcmt neaduy c'enln"y IIS SI Hmtiwntmt 3v'a . Write VMMI1IU fcli to4y; Mentha thl Paper. IV FA.KABK. ill n"?'' ":. Lodice metlnK "Very "very fourth ' '"Ul Sunday Scool 7 p,-- ,- d i sl k.W.Id,lwMaVMu?.3Li aU SEND 10 CENTS r pMH us SMklsi u4 nMto IkU Taluk Joa at a4s saitisU. bMkK wuh r bi ntts7KntlM ii Plant Bask, akaal laa Baat SECHET Hartford C. iiflala ) SOCIETIES. No rs y lluu. at. a ' a M- -' Electric Bitters Succeed1 when everything else folk. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. 1 f Koreiiiun Secrelaiy. ' ... i .r,ford Chapter No. ns 'jitrT TV0,""" In I! JslllHsMBsMsHsMsllllllllllllBsBsmsfexilS cnim. that t All cellars should be dry; Is, there should be no perceptible BBBBBBBBvBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBaSsaHsasVjBBBtuSw IsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSSBBBBBBBSBBBBBTIiv 'f&iJtk NOT i 'w?jfo s NEW UNDER ANY THE SEWING !& i,n.e.rLode SSl.tV I W(: - FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k Is the best medicine ew self 1 over a druggist a counter. NK110- K"'Blt of MACHINK OF QUALITY. Jlartroid Tent No. Sinnul.lx YU!, anftit. J1I0 .. iNO. W, - K. '';d oT"r.d"y IMeiimo ', I. O T Very Serious M It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine--- dampness. When eatables are stored In a cellar, there should be no accui mutation of mould. At the same time, a cellar should not bo dusty dry. Generally, If a cellar Is five feet un derground, and the wall extends two or two and a half feet above grade. jthe cellar will be cool ln summer, will J onur mo HI I llVM I tamo feted out a whole lot of mischievous Perms that were making human life miserable. Cleanliness cannot be maintained without hot water and a reasonably warm atmosphere. This Is one reason why a furnace and running hot water are so valuable in a house. These things do not necessarily cost a great deal more when you are building. There is a little additional expense, of course; but it is so small when weighed against the many benefits to be derived, that the extra cost is not worth considering. When you build, have all the modern Improvements you can get your hands on. If you can't have electric light and gas at once, you can put ln the pipes and wires. Vou can have hot water under pressure If you want it, and there Is no excuse for not having a bathroom. It Is better to do without a parlor than to leave out the bathroom. HBhiPii'll" ill illlr SOLD A Portable Light for Campers. OTHER NAME. HOME "o Itecords. xriu. ' No. A Iks. 1 Imn. Or.!,r S....1I . n-- rt " la,e- - tlon. The Inventor of this portable lamp is Mr. O. A. Loveless of Waters Meet, Mich. Scientific American. U'lef of BLACK-DRAUGH- T; !t i !f An Accepted Invitation. The Austrian humorous writer of the nineteenth century, M. Q. Saphir, was as ready with his tongue aa with torn I 3iiihis pen, as the following anecdote will show: Among his friends waa a Mine. Lammel, who waa renowned for her stinginess. Although she loved to have people of culture at her table, Floor Plan. she would not open her purse enough to make that table attractive. toot freese in winter, and will be nelth-ja- r Once, after a particularly poor and too dry nor too damp. ' There are, however, local conditions scanty dinner, Mme. Lammel asked guest: which affect all cellara. Sometimes her "And when, my dear Saphir, would In some ie ground la very you dine with me again?" laces It la very dry," The site may be Saphir heaved a hungry sigh. "At to the north winds or southexposed once." Youth's Companion. afern sunshine, either of which will fect the general conditions and PUId Neglsctsd. attention when building. In a Mrs. Strucklt Rich Our waiter Is little house like this, the cellar be- comes of more Importance than whero , a student. He Is working his way 4be house Is larger, because you want . through college. Mr. Strucklt Rich You don't tell the cellar for storage. It will be used 4or a great many purposes, where a ' me! Well, If the colleges would only cellar in s large house would be neg turn out a few more good waiters I'd have more respect for them seats of lected. learning. Puck. jr j I Have Learned From Fldo. b "irrsnvndn.r To keep clean. ford Ml.!,. Cona'!lde,r,iChJ.,na:t,l-losVr,B- : Afr To swat the fly. Vn?i!iCVie Groy' Woodmen of the To smell before tasting. Considered oru! 'V To go ln out of the rain. 'in "eaS month Mrs. 11 To "speak" when I want things. it is the ," X1' ""i.uji; jurs. j;. U. To growl at bullies. Smuililno Illo No. 42 I o. T. St.. Cheapest To sense an enemy and keep disiv.ta every first ttnd t,n'uid JflrliUy nlSl tance. in the cad in each mouth. JIi-s- . Atjtjo GrlfCIn, To know when a master appears. Laly UomiiidiKUr; Ml. J. K. Mlnolik'! to buy. To remember that even bones have I.uly Houjiid Kectper. marrow. If you waut a sewing machine, write tot Ilousli 1 liver ,ltlj;o No. 110, Kirt;hU To drink plenty of cold water. our latest catalogue before you purchase. of PyAHIas, me'its ovftry Ti.Uy V;ht. To refuse to drink alcohol. The New Home Sewing Machine Co, Orange, Mass. To eliminate cats from my acquaintu. i,. Jiijuor, U. C, J. Ney JVvjtcT K. ance. of It. & S. To be a. faithful friend, and TO To hit the shady spots ln August-Jud- ge. 150.00 spare SI00.00 A MONTH A. & For your not needed. Want an active man In this locality. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase the NEW HOME you will have a life asset a t the. prleo you pay, uud will not huvenn endless chalu of repairs. , .i Jt Quality Liver Medicine H''r1ea" Morton Post No. 4 o a ii Wy'rn Pcli The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, in. digestion and liver trouble, is firm-l- y established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder, with a larger ale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN Fa ILOiD Ladies! STe Mwy awl 2SSE3 Ma-au- ae Keep Mt Style by Rea-lia- g McCaHs aid Utiag McCall Pattern J lielit you Utcfs strl-Isli- lr tl a imuleraio cipcnMi by koopluii rou posted ou tliB' l.ursi (anil Ions In cloihei tud hats. U) 1'iiklilou hweach ivmio.Deslutis In Alw x;ilujl)lu luforinatlon on nil homo slid prr wi:ial imiui'ir. Onlr uk a year. Incluilinif. ' MSUILS MAGAZINE McCtlTsMitailaswIll lU dad Easily Satisfied. Johnny's ma had company, and as each, one was being helped to turkey at dinner each was asked what piece THE she wanted. "I'll have a small piece of whits meat," said one. "I'll take a joint with a little dark meat," said another. Johnny wasn't asked, but he said, "You can give me too much of both kinds, please." To Introduce largest cash and at death, surance and plicant from particulars. Cash-Bon- us to your fi lends. We pay National Officers: Presldent-- M. benefits when sIcH, Injured, P. Bharp. Narrews, Ky. Vice President J. Ji. Woods. Free-I- n for smallest cost. Secretarv.Treaaiir.n-i' offer to first ap- dlanapolls; "" "' i " mi. this place. Write quick for eiate uiricers: 3U H' l"oman, Carroll county, Pre. ! i 833. Covington. Kv. T. T. Barrett. Hr,.lr.n u i... President. r- -" . - "v" .- VWMU.,, OCT- P P. Roemsr, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen. Henry county, and Lat-tl- o O. I AN PREPARED To do any kind of Veterina- Graves. Allen countv. AaaUian. re I , boy." Willis Wsnted Pie. "Mamma," said Willie, "let's play I am your mamma and you are my little boy." "Very well, dear," replied his moth, er. "How shall we begin?" "Well." answered the little fellow, "you can ask me for a piece of pie, and I'll tell you pie isn't good for little four-year-ol- d Horses, mules and for want of answered day or night. ry work. cows need not die Calls attention. Ben Watson, War. ren county; C. M. Oarnett, Ohio county; A. II. Hrooks, Bracken county: It. K. 1. nay, Hardin county, and J. '. Uosa, AnuiiiviiuvrK cuuilljr, Ohio Couirty Officers: H. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. D. Ford, Tieas., Hurt ford. Ky. vi Kaiiicera. ,i.i. fno lullcm. !sul)- utiIjo today or scud' lor freo t ample copy. I McCall Ptturu will cpplilo ynu to make In your' own boiiie. wlili oirbivii hand? tlotblnsfur jqursclf and cliililu'ii wtilcli will baiieiruct In stylo and lit. I'rUe-vp- no lilfherlh Ii renu W Hoard of Directors. I IBEIhCUlCSaAKr,239li249Wit37iaSL.KfftNC Will Cht Yse Fib rrtitaU for irettlni; subl Krlplions iniont! our IrlcmK Smid for fice 1'rcinlum ( atalouuo and csU pruo oner. I Scud Tor frco 1'aiTtrU Caulontio. i j u W. H. RILEY Veterinary Surgeon Ky. Hartford COUNTT DOAIID OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor. Hartford. IL V. n. No. 5. s. E. C. Hartford. Reynolds, Ky. 1 M. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. I Alford, White Run. Ky. i. Richard Plumer. Taylor UlnM.Xy. a , J. U Brews, Bee-po- rt, Ky. imi "'fiW'&rrJLZsrsz wawTCjXj&Zr,:! iu pSUfefcS"'?!? t BOOKKEEPING fSSSSBBB. ,. TELEGRAPHYf l; n PASTOR RUSSELL AT CASTORIA J?oiifc ILLINOIS STATE FAIR Honor to the Son Means Honor till For Infanta and Children. TK..TI " I Ai.riiiifit. i niM, AVcfjclaWe IVrparaitonfcr.ls ,,,:. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of to the Father Also. Work of Calvary Progressing, but Far From Finished Selection of Elect Church the Beginning Not the Completion, of the Divine Purpose. IPICNICI The picnic season is rapidly approaching. We wish to announce that we are prepared to print your picnic bills on short notice. Best service at least cost. Did you ever notice that the picnic which was best advertised had the largest attendance, and consequently was the most successful? Come and see us and let us tell you how to advertise your picnic. Hngllit'Sinmaclis anJIJnuvhtf asaasBasarj2 gTafUs gaBgHggaKj1 " 8prl.iBilelii. Oct. (!. 11 arrived the aSgSaBISsai guest of tlm St.itc Promotes nlst,onlwrfL! his Hoard. In ncssalltetnlllainsnfj:,;r evening a d d r u st Oj)ium.MiMp!uc norMncHl. the text was tnkeu IS from Plilllipl;ins aMaBiM. II. 10, 11: "At the name of Joiiis evUrJu &rJ ery knee shall bow JhcSima und every tongue IPASTOIcl gUSSEHj confess." Russell Pastor IHmitJ' drew attention to the fact that for half a century the world has been IsVifcyreibrr. t& it most marvelous revolution Aperfcrl Remedy forConsUpa aloug t!iu tines ofl increase of knowlI Ion . Sour Stomach.Diarriioo edge, lie referred briefly to the share Worms jCoiiTilsious.Fmris!i of Illinois In this onward march of IntcssaudL0SS0FSUl:;,. telligence. This, he said. Is plainly manifest at this Fair In the wonderful of Facsimile Signature devices, etc. display of labor-savinlie remarked on the school exhibitions and what they Indicate of the NEW YORK. progress of general knowledge even amongst the young. He remarked also on the Improved breeds of poultry, etc. This progress belongs to undcrih iiiaranlccd the lust llfty years. The fruits and vegetables also, he declared, remind Exact Copy of Wrapper. one of I'ltnidise nnd lead us to wonder TMC CSMTauN COMPART, NCW TO CITT. If there could have been more nearly perfect fruit and vegetables ihere. These things are corroborative of the Bible testimony that we are at the threshold of a glorious Epoch, called in the Scriptures The Reign of Christ for a Thousand Years. Our blessings 4 Kt are the foregleams of coming blessPOSITIONS GUARANTEED ings, which, undoubtedly, will be many- will GUARANTEE you a position lr you fold greater. The Scriptures, he de- Wo need many more usroalsoon. dared, tell not only of the Six t5re.it ut ouce to supply tho onormous demand for our graduates, as soon as we get the required Days of the Reign of Pin nnd Death number of students this oner will bo withdrawn. So (each day 1.000 years), but al-- o of the write at once tor particulars. Great Seventh Day of 1.000 years the ' Sabbath of rest from toll and sweat of face, the rolling away of the Cure nnd the pouring out of God's blessing. So accustomed have we become to the Reign of Sin nnd Death that many BUSINESS COL.L.'EGE iHcoaroaATKo Incline to think It the normal condiOEO. W. NOItfVAMTZ KV, tOUISVIt-riK- , rumoirAU r.sTinufinRn inu tion. Rut not so. There is no sin In heaven, and the Illbie explains that there will be no evidences of the curse on earth at the close of Messiah's Reign. Father Adam's disobedience OVER 05 YEARS' and slnjirought the curse. 'Dylug thou EXPERIENCE sbalFdle." BuckUe'a "uli" or tile" Northern Ore liate r mutation of :litr..l WH growing a behind them. ASyearsof "In God's Due Time." Itpa)S taT d bljtit the best. Long ago the Omnipotent One could tujonable Specialties have bound or have destroyed Satan BKAN8 Earliest Rl Valentine . . Jjv Bushel and all rebellious to the Divine ar. J 5 hushel Extra Early KefuRee rangements. On the contrary God has Trade Marks Nsw blrinicleai Creeii Pod . fjToBusliel Wanlw ell's Imp. Kidney Wax U S DESIGNS permitted evil as a great lesson, uutll . . 4.;$ Buahel lals New White Was Cume'a Rot Prool Wax . ft io Bustid lie shall be ready to establish His a non sending- - a sketch and description mar qidrklr ascertain our opinion free whether an PBAS Kingdom. The foundation of all the . prormbly ?MICMI.M liiienilxn is fwiatllflniif all HANDBOOK onVatenta Exira Early Aliika . . . J 5 Bushel I.... 1ii comlug blessings rests upon the sacJj 5 Bushel New Early Grailus patents. aencf fit free. oi1tl throuah for aeeurlnff to. recelTt rifice of Jesus at Calvary. But the Honfords Market Garden . fjjo Bushel Muun b Talents taken Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express H'frtM notic$ wllliout charge, la to first direct result has been the gather-lu- g line el Lettuce. RaaUsh. Tomato and a full or the Church, the Elect from evSeeds. 1'lants andBullia at lowest growing Pn'ts. Scientific Send lor complete catalogue or submit a list of ery nation and denomination. These Ijiracst etr. A hand.nieli lllnstraled weekly. your requirements and will quote price. enlailoti of any sclentlda Journal, lerma.f a Buy direct Irom the Frower Save Honey. perfected In the First Resurrection, f cm . lour niimiuia i wnia'isiMi"i"' Write today. Mention this paper. will constitute the Kingdom class, asnnaeiBreadwar.NRWYnrk sociated with the Redeemer In His Branch Office. OS V 8U Waahlogton. D. U glorious work of the future. laMBaUbetSi., RKsfara UH Ftr, Bortfor., Many of us have not appreciated the work of Christ In full; we thought that He died merely to assist the Church. 1 Ll 1 As the Apostle says. He Is Indeed the Satisfaction for the Church's sins, "and not for ours only, but also for the sins Dromptir obtained la ml TBinr.uanss of the whole world." (I John II. 2.) all couuuim, or no f e. Me oUaut PATC NTS THAT PA'(adveiiiMtrimtlwri)ujLI,atour His Church will be His associates In ipanae, anOTiolp you to surcea. His great work of blessing all nations, rwnd rrodoU plioUi or kWti for RgC report f n) yean prmcUce. on patenubltitr. kindreds and peoples for whom He RIFE'IENCCS. yorfaeauld died, "the Just for the unjust." Book on IVofttkblo iatebts wHta to The marvels of our day are merely 03.BOS Sawanth aStreaat, wVASiHUMOTOIM. D. O. MeCALL PATTERNS the foregleams of tills Thousand-Year-DaCelebrated lor style, perfect (it, simplicity and of Messiah's Reign. But we must i, rtlubllity nearly 40 years, hold in nearly II every city and town in the United States and not expect all the good things that God sold than direct. by ' Canada, or make.mailSend lor More catalogue. tree has promised Just yet. Human pride any other will first be brought low: Injustice will McCAWS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any other fashion first have a great punishment "a time million a month. Invaluable. Lat. macatine of trouble such as never was since 1 est styles, patterns, dressmaklai;, millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlework, lultdresslnf, there was a nation." Daniel xli. 1. (0 cents a f etiquette, good stories, etc. Only pattern. year (worth double), including a free The lifting of the veil of Ignorance buptcriSa today, or send ior sample copy. has been delayed ,untll now because ' UCKME'S BULBS SUCCEED! ' WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS the effect of the knowledge In au Io Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue rRECIaVLV.tavOFFER' heart Is to bring discontent. and new cash priieolTcrs. Address Fu - A. SVtJ w." il OlrU VHB TBS McCAU. CO. 2M te Ml W. JTtfc, St. NEW YORK This Is tho meaning of the restless con.M raruiU;-MtrUl Will ma J dition of the world today, which is " F aa la aAlleja"llsXBlTM ITjiIm BuiatMnprUlf , leading on to anarchy. God graciousr B..Hsllr vwiwjyiivasnn tttUlun. juutcuw Ursp OIMIM, 'fMIK Uja ly withheld the light until now. so that t alifJUs)." Uuiiful , Ul. naus UH, BJluai. vwitH, I Itl. prlU I l)...ntiil,i srjaJirjt.fBll.vsil''a)i''a JS'ifw. wiwu. the time of trouble resulting may be Wtrfrtwu. Iiri. iup,iwi'""p,ta I KS LfCu. rt.tu Katuk ruA Xhiuk UiMltObA. duly checked by Ills Kingdom, which r.,?r.r:irres7"au..i7 "uifikiMTgaB rm pleark Pmptr is about to be set up, nnd for which I Mtmtloa thta wH tnmdmv we have so long prayed. "Thy KingF45 tSlaralaabl dom come: Thy will be done on earth." adlaalla lt.uH.MaunMasMVUCA.4lM.lt aats. trad uar,l Ir&hfrfcuV how to obtl SU aaaat Uu MI J i4S?.iSaXfoMna!.i-e.TU- s "Every Knee Shall Bow." flmlntii Jircl with Washington mvti lim.W s aaailaaaaa. HMI v..fl7aiiatrsti As Messiah's Kingdom shall progress I ifri.i BW..I m .r "." "it- " Ml- eM1r' i lUkflMDVa Patent and Infrlnf .ment Practice Eaclutlvily. In Its establishment, darkuess. Iguor, ..(Itiaea. IartoUf4SISWiatatr. aara ,ft nui or com wuiw waaai nnce, superstltlou, will continue U OSes, I Tie Blfkta nnwt, rusr watte ttotes Msat tH. W. Mm MOcuotZai. WASH. NQTOn, U. w. yleld before the light of the Sun of Righteousness, until the whole earth shall be filled with tho knowledgo of God, until the True Light shall lighten every man until there shall be uo need for one to say to his neighbor, linow thou the Lord, for all shall know Hlui. In that glorious Dajf the world will have abuudant opportunity, not ouly 'pQSmQNS' fer knowlny. but nlso for coming to Mre obedience. Tho Redeemer will be the mwiruL optW07 nelper, the glorious King, to reign nnd lA. rule, and the glorious Priest, to instruct and uplift: ami the Church will be nis The world associates and Joint-heirwill then get the great blessing of Restitution nnd uplift, and all wlv) refuse shall bo destroyed In the Ay. """" fKtnifmtirejun Green, Second Death. Then will come to pass S?-4fl the promise of our text, that "Every knee shall bow and every, tougue confess, to the glory of God." 1 ot Narcotic aw ' gH yesterday, us to I'ustor til.. In fr Use For Over Thirty Years g CASTORIA live-stoc- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Hartford, -:- t - Kentucky. THE WE I I I SEEDS .... i!iin!iw a I at I Aittrkatt H. W. BUCKBEE 2A V S SUR-AtSI- will at Chicago. Ait lleaitnore cJe nu- - tfie busgy and Mie irwmcmitum of U10 chine, as roplucod by an ,tna,?a.nvi.ttfd liocie waon ixuvlied 'tiro wr,ecka.yo about .fiDi. ACjict flvo rnlrkUieM ofliard contrivance Witija'i .wjrktyl fteuu n!J4lJ, hta-pGOVERNMENT but w.tfi Jut as start power, friis jeo. work CUof Wood was irfljoassd Jii,d n:u,rii(l up afc ti'io br.izan clOttnr, piviHou3 pavilion. Om iwwx, was Ulrvl. aivi o oau,j,ion and qurt wo.s l,he wird. j Tihe otluir Jiorv) bocaiie iwil'l in tho But Vie old fo.mil- - fic.v v. (ine mot fiack- - oc&U,ment kijokiinc;. Ifwr and b.'Wtin People Should Ponder Well The pitf in the ensjnuetutrr p;ow, opid fyoa- - lior39 wius Uutiixtly ftbove tlno fljrp phjof wilio ins tlreni, .wJio couiJ hojp axliibKl rare p,reai.oo of mind Actions of the Two Old Party "They oan't hi ilioro pa piettiors; (tltcn Uy tiiaintr the animal, whjcji MQJinqil to whmi aj-- ithcy herie for? wid vlio'fl iy'ia.r poalfy hr;;n. It iwa,s t,he iTjfijcejt oal Convention ytat Fire Oliat Wood has boas" And who wis their tvs? And who imhiis long taroer .osohncl of ttio Faducul hij Depo.rmcnt. ' nuy le .1 Cias tliinu; will b 't,io boss IX iho eif.ier of A 11k nsino B01U1 tlio iro qhle,f a,rvd thejionse cotn-thold jvinUos wrss au,t? It is tofe hcltpved i.o look at, hut, of wli.iit uaj p It tlio aid orcw, ati tr PlaolifK El p- - pany wpra en nutn ito a tyrjo, ip.1ie' ,1IUo-w.ja KO0rn,nieiUsLl rstijacictjon two twrwanrtijons, I ooUtsion occurred, oit Vw tvnfc la part iln iitiy 'to an iniprj?!Lve rolling tf view, suidjlojiito- - kn,ock off work? Will "of itwo streets, land drivera frn$vo "III do lut of v lut use Jf it Jo they or will Uioy iiOt, uc;atn aj;empt prevented from seeing pwjjng ito a groeff to UJrect Uic workinss fit ftlru onstnu? bulldjns. Ho ilayf the phiiof' TJus forco boli,;nd t',! nilie Is tIie And if Uiey sliould avjenajit, wJPt tg t driver was ikinx:keid out of the Uuggy steam; tho nuiti who controls tho attum by f&ia .tongue- JCono af trs prevent LHe,in? will tw tho Ikkis of t)lie job. The (force Wo ihavo sicm a itor,lWy wnllsraainiing firemen on ti'w Jiiose waiBop wore iniuitxl buf'y Js (lie UjIi.iuI n ooiiim&n,t1al but certapify febl head lra.djjng a ni-of If you have you as QhiJdren you ihvo vWalph put It ttii.no; .tjio bo,--s tjon jf tfuJillty; Wo lve- - mfin thU partiapa notloetl tliat doaordcrs of tho be tho jiiuji wllio wny.rols the iob will twenjty odJ yeaiy of Ha,t of stomach are 'Uelr most common ailrjuiit Infuiuiue. It Uie jnJJuuuvs HdTlf dAs not Uglify 0. mvi tor inde- ment. To correct this you will find .the ko CvmmuUal lxly la surflup:, pendent toailereh'.p. Will twenty' 'odd Cluwnberlain's Stomach and Tjiyer TaI.-lot- g Uion wo imy ns wejl say "(Sjo l Jn a 'clssir'Oom equip a .man for .excellent. ITiey ore leagy uvd arvl o'to .bed; we elifiR .o,nio as mvirj it? (Can a man truln o,vej- - njieht for ip itako and ,mlld and servtle ijn efy a free pooulo ns wre t)'ie: t,e mfit dlf flQuJt Jqb in .the world. AdV fect. For stale by Hldtokli'd jHwers of 'Jim oawbicin tflmc. And if .tho olcoted leader is rjudjilvtly we may ,bo furniliitiK U10 jiowcr, but taccid wilth labors of a Harcu,e3, aid FEE INIEYalUmENTS we sire not oonnollamtf it, lwj lajmseLf be inatlitnff of a Hoiwutfls, 10 Tho ipowvr whjcdi wjiijaos, jiot tonliow e'jom will he turn for ooiavs.il? We have ite ilMud, t,liat is ,tJio pouqr (p lmid pna oxpar,erwe wltfi Vi 'UnrorreasivJ'' out for. Sipc it),mcfl, a.3 11 the case Prescient in ililie iluinuls of ono lojd (party " ticm,m In b'10 boiler, j,t Js no; of ithe Wliat of anathT "progirqjve" j.n tie to ,lw ?cmi, avfln tiilien we look (or it; (partIvanids of another old lias-tircqX the wo know Jt is tlvero, but only i-? Slia,'il w,e not from the n,flu,aneor dlrootiqn otiid XorCfj of Ita Jlilqw lna' we whiph placed him thcre syn gal our Judijfe iis iunco and io rrens")!. I ImiiJtblo smernment. AV10 ilatenwl to thu cjiukljrvg fit tho f.i,nkonl jitaehino wJviuli iroCJcU a poapJi's INVISIBLE tfi-- ra.-',n- : I oxjpiarii-emces- at ly-p- is il? ll'y ? v:. tle I ' " iplo-an- ,t wtJ-l1- l I id y The Danger After Grip. run-dow- Whole Family Benefited By Wonderful Remedy There arc many little things to annoy us, under present conditions of life. The hurry, hard work, noise and strain all tell on us and tend to provoke nervousness and irritability.. We are frequently so worn out we can neither eat, sleep nor work with any comfort. We arc out of line with ourselves and others as well. A good thing to do under such circumstances is to take something like , Wak lies often in a ness, .nervousnoaj, Jack of appatUte, eno ay and ambition, Iwlih disordered llvr and klincys often follow on aack f t this then wrejtphed UJst-as- e. The isr.eatnat pe-i- BULBS w"""-"'"7a w awtiaW Bittcni, .h3 elttra.i.is tonic, bool purifjer nnd ngujator of sto;nach, Uvcr and kldmyg. ThouHanJs proved Itavo tliat (thy wo.tniler.fulJy stjwnsryten t''o nerves, Imiidiip tjiio and restore to health uiyl troodisiMr its after nn attack ot Grip. It pufterin Geraldlne When ar we to be try thctn. Onjy M) pciitis. Sold pind lied? Gerald When I can find a minister BiunantocU by all Bitlifaotlon willing tt take one dollar down and Adv drugKlsis. syy-to- m Js .K'.ectrjc W 1 W arblaafaa ' mr p3"-fe- ot I a&'M'cBNTy" -- SO cents a month afterwards. Dr. Mile.' Anti-Pai- n Pills Insane Physician. IiOirurtion, !7.-- l,r. J war m0iftarsis Ky., Out. rwnul to relieve the strain on the nerves. 1 fitoli.rd a wnllnknown Jvj'iiiiW of Mrs. J. 11. Hartsflcld, 33 Corput St., Cllnjtwootl, Vo., jimr 111k,ovll(!, lifl 'Jp Atlanta Ga., writes: a j.r.ty of boys nn tlie rood noar Clint-woo- d "I have on several occasions been tday and commanded t'lcm t vastly relieved by the ue of your medicines), especially tho Antl-l'ul- u Pills,, "lino up sj Jio oould km 'nc. which I keep constantly on hand for tho use of myself, tiusband and two conllii (to h tipeiclal PilkwiU'p, jKjr. sons. Nothing In tho world equals them Ono of tlio iloy instiqad of Kru.mts up" as a headache remedy. Often I am turncyl and ran. Stullard dpow u jriiX'Ol-venabled by the use of ono or two or (jlw lv. Ile Jjhen the Pills to continue my housework and lwt ll'n when otherwise I would be In bed. My tuniod ttia weapon on itiho otluor iboys husband Joins mo In my pralso of the Antl-Pal- n and kailad one, Uw oilwrs nviJMrf; Pills und Nervine." ' thc-jin,- '' i State lot Ohio, City of Tolwlo, I w l,ucas Cfoutiity. Frank 'J, Olioney makes oa,tli that ho Is senior runyii-- r of tfie flfm of F. & Qo., dolnt' buspmsys i t'u City of Tolod), Qou,nty nnd fitajo aforo-sap- l, ,0Jvd that hald firm will Ply iUa sum of ONK HUNDRED DOL.nAlW for oach and ovnry cj39 ot Ctntianih tli.it cannot Catarrh Curo. A. D. UiO. I bo 'cunwl by ftho uso of Hijl's F.UAN1C J. CUUNiir. Sworn to bfitorw mo mnii iubcrjled pi my prasenpe, tlila Olh day of Waoosnber I Dr. Mil.' Anti-Pai- n PUk I W&gllsXSFhasaiZ' ssau hu-ma- n impqrmi lnrsji! are relied upon to relieve pain, nervousness and irritability in thousands of households. Of proven merit after twenty years' use, you can have no reason for being longer without them. At all Druggists, 23 doses 25 cent. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind. II A. W. ai.K.SON. NoUry Public, (SKAU) 0( Hull's Citanrli Cure (s taken tutor, Chief rydupah, liy., nally und uuU'Upoctly on Wio bjoodaiil Jtuivj J. W00J Jta.1 i narrow fiom dcu.01 yeaitQiilay wlitin J10 . 'was mucous surfaces of the syt0111- - 3 ,u I cauffliit In a opJUesiqn botwflcn hi bugffy for ,toUmoniala lice, F. J. CIIUNUV, & CO.,lTol,odo, O. Uw No. 5 luosu .wiwon. Tho Iir ' and I Uru.-gl.t7io. fiW rtvlef Wlio wwlsihs 3W jiourvl was' Sold by "wthjcili Take HaU'a Pills for cons'... a lata 'biib-wis ovituiwl Aiv., uVuwlWwd. lUt'Jn JtoRaoa fJI(l 0,11 Jflf of pation I 'aro oa'-ap- Fire Chief Has Close Call. al s, , y, ?l BOOSEVELT ON THE Pc-m-na and STAND IBefore Senate Investigati- not rotn'nib,5r ov-- r n,Mti Mr, lliloy Mr. ArcHMil. ll- ,djd Si'luor llntirne I have received Iid once hroimhi Mr. AnoUbld to Hiniti a letter from a sit Oyi,t,v y. yountr lady, who jipoko "ry n. Us mo: "la 'Vihi5o w.m PitwH nt," 4iL nl, the old Vxiujnx t.)rwtinl( "If amy mm, trnt betKa-tar-n- o Tins Coloncj dll - !nl;iijf t'llKul wwili 4 ' Pe-ru-- 1 iay. r. r" (Ka-tar-n- ter than the re- ng: Committee. Declares He Wanted no Contributions From the Interests and vised "mtcl to s" '!', I vvly saw hj'it. Iijinr Is Vnd If t ttimiffM itlii'.ro was of adapted for one t' lo r ilnwl frim ylw sUvnilpo condition, anoth- the pulije acrvjee n .Jrliiii iny iiwi, place. One la-i- Either medicine Its has miiBivrme, S liail :iny ;.irt, I'lwjer or wVi i'',W-tiM- it inn rinl i w II M : : or is.nnV;;Jiu.:5o'ii .Vdvery semen. , which will give the dmpreshjnn t fie public the contributors (iro gvur-lyu- d Ohio Countian To Marry Jug suc.li ind?innity. The Stjunlnrd OH rrend and relatives Jn llirtlivd OjiiilTiny wilj r pfjve Just in mu'jli the suinnunccmnit t t'i,' unit r tho pr sent oiiMl'lsru.l'iflii cunviijini-eis f .tliBir trib'ifon, areww'iinif marriage of Mr. Otway Yav, win 1( weJl knt;i in tfls tiy. wjVi li,i .two & (tUira, ibnvi iucy.,'in'.el." Tlio announcctnen'. foUuf: tor c,lic oiitrjin Anuher letter which Co), ltoij.'i-el- t of the (.omiii4itce. One wily fvrlt- - r.tul, and wiliich wa,s written Jut be. Or. iijiil Mr. W.lll:ain Henry llyils he fore ten to Trcasiinr l',: ftn l?n5 und .I'rj.sidnt Ta'.s ciminiim, u Will Rli' in imrrjuo tOieir idiuulu r G?(ire IS. Corti'lyou, .".i: other ito GeorRO It. ybf'!nn jn iWiS. At the time 'ha nrul2 1'fs ;cjifjtJilV "I iioiuvliir i' woujd ,!. n xw.i! mis- Sir. Otw.iy lYnt'H Uit Jimiv'f' I" nnpweir no ' take to aoi'.r.pt innney .from corpon- John D. Arcihbo.i I'm itomony, Oolon?! Hons wJijch we ln.io.id ,yj pr,x.H;ujf. On .the evening nf r. of Octobor Lt ii our duty to retract ,iny lt(Ks;ve.lt pivblj-iliie- d a nuntlnr of r.iU.f, i nineteen hun.lrul mid itw ve wlijtili I1 lieifl written pa tho fnli-j,if isuvh roiucst lvis boirti (in.ide, au.l at half after ojshf o r,;oek ni,.r.'lmtl'iii,s. At i'',ti,t ,t.lme pt'Tn wli it monoy lias b. n oi vod, Hjpt.st aiiurnii lie .51,11 that thfcTie w.v,ru nil W)?' if anj- - lip.s b?n rjc--J. ;uecj.t- 'tia Parj-s- , ! Tennessee. Jiut itilie tni which aneo of mony frcin corporations now 'u.Vl il;i-er- t Urn- 3uj jjubiuitu-t-l t by the a'lm;n,.ntr.i-ji- n commuV;e ndxy undt-i Program. lie 'dUbs.(Hiai,tll.v .found. w,oull injur the T.ift (lampnln, Teachers moellng in Division No. ' 1, When luo ;biwun JV.s Itefitiiiuony l'o to'.d I liifi,!! a oopy of th's lettej- - (.0 f dijs .tTUiiflifiisn nf Mr. ,Taft." who .tjhe offifvls to lie ih3d at BiyUi Sclmoj iHouse, Sit. 1W) wire, niiil ijl l'iis aypnttijiou ilnd Ooi. IlotMovcrt Biald lw liad n,lo frwid unliy Oct. lStli, 1S12, bjpinjiv; 1 o'oiock bjn ical'f.d 1io tih.o tcsjt,inu'i' I'lven by 'jhit on Odtiober 27, 1301, he had aentmi p. in. 1:0.) Oriainiit,'in. i .to Chairman .Jnhn D. AmiliLiod. Clisiirini!iji CJi,pp aak "evtna telegram" Gf.org9 1:29 cd ll'.m mihi.it lie 4un,uw of 5'9 atiej?J-tion- s B. Appointment of aonimi&ees. w'.iiah J10 .had ony r- Cili.it A.rp'Jil lmd ibecn axviuostt-fejut,!- - found, l .was iint fr,om Oyster 1:10 Wliat we nro hire ,to do. L. 13. to uo.itn;bu,tie to jho ltoiasqiin'jtj waimjri'Un. ' Biy ami referred to Jijs lotter to air. TJiihenor. T!i Co.Jon5.Pl d,i,ijd j,n,ao Jiis fockt, demanding romrji of tlij 2:W of JcViooi and Par. cd out a wmI of ijtteim atijil nott,'ij).i-P- t Staiutiiirl Oil ieori(trIbut;an. cuts. Jlow to Siqoure it. honiyiu Tfiy- cCipPilnirs, haatLly iyin tlnvmiiijh (jhein Cal. Iloojevot offered tlip .cojniinj,o lor. iyxni the iorj:5ina,lH of n 2:2i). I:?.iding How ito and selJifciil it,wo Hioo'.is of Tipuli, Hjn- tho ,l3ttrs lio Irid und Wini. I tjO Chairman Cla.ni or lvil riri1 iKrs Gentry lUymond. "Mr. Clvilrirun, mriy I itrqait phe 2:10 Causes into tlia reconl. of iDifonder. How to f uny i I eni jpu tm "Voll take ifHir word for ithuit sId Elinlnato tUom V,'. U.'tlarsoii. Un.l'r Mur aj,Ji as u millfw you Senator Oliver as the Co-v- l t Our Sclioiols ro.,iurnul C:0i) iome Runts fjho w.ltnii.s .elvilr, und .tont'tiei that Goorse AVoilding. 1'ClriffiP. miy," mww lor qiiroe uii,inis j.jo tyi t no knew, of no otlur lqtervj B:2) Clas SIamisjeiiian,t Lull SIi,Hiff. bvrj:i on it,he sujjriot, and ihud practically limt Tflttor." 2:40 The Aims of Tli Su'i,ool-ErntimM "You mciy iprqooad," Hj,ld tliu (I''l1' I V!i!don 1'iicr un,tjl lip name Hitn'.on. Jiijn. ' neroysi ft is""aJXl:irg U',3 fjjea. AH people intieretl iin ledueayon are "Jji the J"in.i peJijUnrnen,- - &i "N'ow in regT.rl to tli3 Uarrm,in inillted. tJi Co!.nni?l, Hlkin, .liinj- - fitrt, "miiu-fund' b Kan S malar Clnpp. J. T. HO.vai.AND, ' my olc:itiii jim Goiernior of N. W lYjork, Co. Uoosoivilt lintsrrui'ittxl und n,MkJl S. C. TAY.LOU. nwo, I hive lo eMiU'.n "the o!iaj-gf.ibmit twienty-fuu- r rti,i C. 11. .SI I O WW, t'lat luive (ijiti wrj'jyn :unl tsjKiijl nJrsiilt IW.OW iniiile." in regulix Oo.i)ni;1'.ie. orfler, und Kii(itr lsrj'.-ur- a lenders .Iwirc, arrtuQii itlie Hotel WilT"l, M)'?- -' they bftyikitattcd, fowl tlwn tvnvln.il ' the rmml'tw worn Jn ljho SenriAe ibulldjni;. i .Sonitor dl'.iPP ivillod Wle tvommjttiM ti,t V;Vl " M'. to Mr. Jfasoio,!t mm JmnvMlritely fsalJM ' to the stuiwl. of 'lil,H evildmKV Mr. Jn .Jus four-Jtix)snvelt yvl'l il3 h:vl newr djruojly nor JnJjmitly, a,ukiid .Ilar,ritrain to con- hvinl lrymite a cent njvl lie had r iiI'rgniVs II.vj.oqi) nontrlliiTjfm imtiil h n.o.1 ul in tho jvnip?iv. Jilnig?lf aifUy TJi. S(tUod Cil'Oiiiol jtiii-- i i1vu;r, jii inf'iK out pvr ji,clvirl coimniMtJe iron i'ich huns brcfithlicps ,ci 1iis ojce, pnd then, In ruily to a iiie.;ioai fivm Kenritpr 01n;c as Co bis Jin.n", !inr.wroil in a voice, ilistin,:jil tib;o iin fijl of fthe balj: "XhoJorp lloisavtr.t." Uo,ynel l!imiPi,,.t di'"nuii;nj .! p"o-ij"l- better remedy for soma condiProduces Letter as Proof. tions than tho revised 5. B. Human, M.O, On the LKe most "vv.a?L'iinjton. ort. ' other hand, the revised sa for vpW jtriHl uw.lin-.l- i .he ivv vnr .boon sub beer. remedy Theysome conditions are both l:i- than fur imtu- 3Wnlo ten(lc(i aa catarrh remollcs. They have j.mVid, but Itootivelt n,rrli;l i!nre Vg ntvvn,i.t '"both done a great work In relieving Many acute. catarrh, tiya'' fow the Jnriijoiuil liminiji t o hundreds chronic and chronic catarrh of cases of iiivHy.Ji5itiinB rnmiMiltn "ontrj1titiiojv'. have recovered while taklnjr fipiiinvmiilod and the same Is true of the revised Th," former I'MsnUM wp during the last six years since by flij s.rrr,tiry, .l,(iliii .1. .M.K1nnth, tmd he OnVjnok nMff is Its revision. VZnie-.Vl'r,t, if There Is a difference, however, in -- H o. by W.UVfUii .1j'I, ilr., vv n the two remedies. Whenever catarrh Is associated with constipation then iW t" .tfvfc'fy '''"-- ' t,li" f.'wc Is the best. Inthe revised w.bliMi Is lnveilVsni'tl'lf I10 deed, this is exactly why the revision for 1001 fyv' WW. contiflbHMons was made, to meet such cases. But Til.? Colonel Jaft Uw Mlun I'lutM'1!"1-where no laxative Is needed, where the .fondly a larsp .suit rjfte, wi'nh pil- d bowels nre regular or Inclined to be loose, then the old .wjtii ltM loiiuVs of Im'iSw tuvl r,leviniins Is the better remetfy. uschI by Jvlm ,u1(ii itcitiltyjiniSi to Ii? Is for sale at The revised party, ivljoh wfia mat ily J. all drug stores, "those wishing: to obTl address The tain and Frwik J. iUwt Co., Columbus, Ohio. jrfiy a. Pe-ru-- er for another. Is a Ka-tar-- "! - I -- Ka-tar-- Pe-ru-- na wi'aliout wni";iis tnr lym i' nK, umiVl "khI for Iv.in. If I fi'n o'liv..i'i I'midifit a ,v.ciir litnee, Jf (Mr. ll.i lo. . fijli-- r nr ntvyono pIjo 'itn's to ni", I'll ec him; iiml, ni'iroovn, If to iiVn (or tjlit piiliK liuve ,uui;U;n H,o:kofri,r( .1. P. wice from Mr. tr 'v!i r anyone t'ho, I'll lilin. I1.). ttimsowp ti'viiUKl .1)1 pitii'Ui'P .a. of followjiDj Mint po'.!i! by aiyo Hi'it iltit;tt i$ ninilnlrtrivl:on he dirnl sn fur J.iniM mij, j,1iq r.ilnn.'l .nmiiit-'- . "I lUiJuk I it for d. I'liirrvmt .Ii'-R:in.ii,l be: "at I mw Mr. Jlons.in .jn rcsuil .p iciirrien(v tli n, I 1 . f" In iPtir V 'W ill ii mm Mm m lit( ,vlm-j.id- m Pe-ru-- ? Pe-ru-- (Ka-tar-n- o) Pe-ru-- na o, Ka-tar-- ltK ot-tfi- mr.-U- t'jon of a President who wl'il apicnit in Attorney C1tner.1l jo continue it'iolr jio?e cutlon."' Notice to Tax Payers. Uien rtvwl ;i at,tr t T!ie CoVinel Iiputy Sheriff G. P. Jones W;n .U? at SlHiln, .diUid 04bcr T,, 1MI, ;ti tlio following jxiiK'cs va Any iiuucnl :o rn- whln'i ivy diiuindcid ,h:it tlio 51"0,i I. colloet your tatos: pfr!i"l ito liave linn ociritrilnt.l Kv tlio Taffy, Oetb?r 11, tiniwon. S;iml.wl Oil nvwt b? rajunwl. ' 1' John H'Wes SUre, Oiiobor ufto: I (tiopne ,wi'!i bluot.'"' Ten to one KiUe itivuibleS'1 1 sJiiKslsh liver, fUllns (jhe WirM" wit,', bullous poiwm, itlit .Dr. K.n,:rV, Ni-- v Mfo Pills would evpc. Try tlfin. UH the of better feeJUnffs mid "t'.e blues." nest for Rtoniach liver and kidneys. 2; aX a. drusiiiHts. AfU ".U10 Things newr look bnlUt Puts End to Bad Habits. Jy Ujl W x mnictiaH.u VA anmo V Service and Saving! IN THESE STYLISH j rtnl: 1. ior I 1 "I know itlp.t wi will nit iw.'ie ln",f . a niuu'i a. wo .dl'l ,'.ti Jitn-- iui,(l n "liu, overj" .iivin f!a. ha iiari den no more, m It .1 corpuM- s'Jl'iribfis for y'lo national uVjI arul ''oJ, Jmt we cuincit furll to .wcej.t ai',1 frenn cmRo-nti'ut" j lS'-'J1 110.JI1. lt , Xlaiin, OcUler lta'.ph, Hq'il 12. , &. . O.'toUcr II. Uun, OcUb;r 1G, 17. 15. ' Pliasm; ltidv, Hutord, Ootolier Hoflin, October OtVjobcx 10, .iftern-uwi- vr.-l-i- f.ninion. trr. af-lJ- ic Printzess Coats and Suits. it Every Printzess Garment has the essentials of true style, which give it enduring as well as endearing unarms, juei us snow you exactly wnat we mean oy "Distinction in Dress." You cannot understand the full significance of the term until you see Printzess Coats and Suits. When the makers of Printzess Coats and Suits guaranteed them for two seasons, they knew that every Printzess wearer would want to wear them a second season, from choice not necessity. Number 854 One of the Chester models, coming in wide variety of desirable materials including Serge, Whip Cords, and Diagonal Mixtures, almost all colors represented. Price $25. The Jacket 32 inohes long has the Chester back with center slet seam and belt. The man-is- h front has two side pockets closing with buttons. The skirt has a panel front with box pleats and a slot seam to match the Jacket. Number 1926 Snappy Coat ot true Norfolk style has collar and cuffs of harmonizing velvet and is made from a wide assortment of desirable coastings in solid colors or fancy mixtures. Price $16.50. The .Norfolk vogue will hold sway this fall and this is one of the desirable styles. Number 669 Here is the Coat of the season "Printzess Chester." The Coat is full length with belted back and wide, mannish pntch pockets. The collar is convertible, can be worn either open or closed and is attractive either way. Price $16.50. t. indemnity T. II. r.L.VCK. S'uriff. s tht s riK'd fim-r".:ir.- T 1 n. ! Vi'dii'sd.u-"tiroT,twe- let-tii- t'-Ch- i ft t3 r inotigjt;n d J u, r I I : ! ansM.'i-iteivitio- r 1 Mt j J I t I W-t'J- iis, I .so tj'i:-- t a wonvin wlio speaks from p?r t'a'.imony nT,jn.st jtin Horo oxoopt In r,lie sonal knowltidue and long op5r,lenw, nn of hWs'i.v cyj. "Jiikjms 'tlinrnisli mvy piwu Iriokii demf," u'iu CfoionL-ml; "ht.'ir!.j.)' viz.. Sirs. P. H. Itrojnn, of Wdlson, Pa., who sayg, "I lanow fnim exaiyt!-enc- o Ill SOni.lUI1l4M' of Wu HUllS ISUjUltS lljllj slUJain'-ntof jiih tJuit iwo flpjl. to mi-- , I f.iul two 0;li..r liStl-T- - 'I ru'.fis; "Sir. Arc,hliold mil Sir. Pen rose pur. tliiit ChaiuhCTlaln'a (Couigli rtmody vith the s'Um nf niiiipalii .contfl-biij,o- P'irt to t'ixp tViiti'inn.iH 0f vtwU Mr. is far supcnior ip any qtlicr. .I'lor oroip (n iviis a iil'iYir tv Sir, iiilH hod to iayj iSlr. Uhss Jn ilervl. thero Is no!ing that oxceV tt.,JI P.r I ut ibofotm you, ' Mr. OdeJl :uil the other guntVuim siie by an lo,ili.s. wlii'i'i .hus mlrcidy ibnrjn Mv. miiiu i.me ijn Jlioo. i,!i.jrjfer fco .sitvjiiPiits mudo by Sir. ibirr. , w,is .si .Jciiter o,f iiijivo (to illr. O iuivjo mm, who Statement Of Owner, Etc. dctnl." IS. rt!mVl'n ill lyo1." Col. Roixi.'t yt;,i ho Jyid Of Th HirUnKl ItFiimb4in .publishix Q. "Wlmro vu-- Wfo tir&lrft!" ed iivaekly at Har.tfond, ICiy,, ro(Ulr-to biiin .!ii furiuir i,riato A. "Hire ,i tiio miKi;lnm'.i-'i- i:i ' ' i'w rutury into tJio coi,'rm-cr,sy- , buj t.'i.U ly .!iho Act of AuguY. 21, l'j2. ,11,1 ituj mul copy." as the ooiii'iCUeu luul Jt'.muly drter. bi'Ji Kditor, C. SI. lUrnett. Iliufond, K,y. 1111,110,1 to .t.lnt In ,to o.ri VlH,i jr j8 Slui wintf Kditor, J. Svy i''uV'f dlart-forf- l, S ivitor Ci.pp nhuii nturniTil f,h Ky. nipy h'lil ui'lusl him to buir out )p to Cftjuiwl IJoeVt w,iih a riiait to , Uunes St.uiager, J. ey IMrt- "SiViy him to rtiil ii, wlinh lw us tu. cjilili of it tur rvilOlvfitjl n ford, Ky., to .fini mli .r till of tjlw Iqjturs on o.'iy ii'.Uiii eubjrtnt. I 1 I n. il'll-M. I T-, i-- s it is Hint UV4sJlUo:iitoii"a CJairji iu'iUlt.e. 1 v,rnta "IViero Is no i : t t .. . (V'"-lU'iiit- K Imh.-li- i. uf, C, Here are a Few Samples of our Stock Try them on to-da- y. I J own: I il si You are welcome. 1 "oysf.jr Is ,i joitor whli n isub-Staiund iilm,t Hil.Jcy oi;iio yi .so ii'jher iscn'.urij' Uolders, lioldp, it per -- jition,.!,! me tun I nival! to mo n.l3;U n odn-- j jComuiji'itriu lius pnU-V rr.' oant or more nf tqta iininUn,t of brn,l iutul l sild I uoujd bo da. nvilta'ww, or nllvrr stu: unities; i ".'ontrthutioiis .friim II. II. ll'iniVjUilu Llulii'cl Vi e blm anil ;u! Sir. Si;iliy or ntliws iioiiunotoil wjlh Aliu C. II. .Sinjijli, Ilurford, Ky. iir-- o UwuuHal interv.'js of Wnll Siro it, 1 t bijiw Sir. Arol'.bolit ,'0 lunrii. I don't C. .SI. Jlmttoisl, . ..l.lt..., I.Il.1. t ' rm.inbor vw ...H.I..U. I, .l 1. J. NKY J'OSTKIl, nn,iln.etis Slvr. 4niin' ijiilcil to Sir. ' Hltbiiy hT,ut f,H li (ii'Mii'.rlhiviii.s Jiave lvj'.ui tluit moiUvr, but St in Suorn ito a.nd ubs,erlbeil h .foijj mi I iiJio tJiey iiiiftt bo mtimiod, very l,r."ilo I may lino done jo. Anv tli(is ly'- -. u,iy nf I ,' igajnt UKklnjf iVr nilribUoiis fiom Invj.ptiwi tiw,t I miy Iwivo oxtendul It. lt. ItlMlY, 1 Slmldon: you or outdone on ii; S'it.bjiai ltivo Heuniit'iM 21. imi-- i.vir Unit UipKe-Ititb'jji'a- SiblcwV werei on. akil "tt S1ii.u?.;jio ij'ib frevn )n,,'r-,sm'i- C:rv'ffl, and rjioii nfiornuiit ihijf of PiUbll'tier. It. K. Iiko nd !J. 1'Vv.tjr, Ilurtfoird, Ky. Kjnoiun 'liHidholflnrg, nioi'twivs, Noi' I n 4(tiiU CARSON HARTFORD. lUriit. K. 6 COMPANY I INCOItrUltATKl) -:- itivd it, O.. who am buiiw piH';lit!'jd by tyio Vw iswijt of 'u t,e,Uo.st by lr. Notary PubJIc, 'Ohjo Cuunty, Ky. They mjubt KiiiwnyH suiw any man riutlonAl Kovi.rninfHt. bnoulit to Sly ci.uin,iSjioii e.iir,a Ja,nua,ry Sltih, 'ji r.quii'aUtd rt uuirlbmo ijo Uie cie;. nw by fi ItjprMin,lJ,tie or a Sauati.r," H3H. I ilivi Slb-l'"y. udi - KENTUCKY, tit 1 f V- V "ji J-- 4 i,