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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KX, FRIDAY, OCTOBER No. 14 1,500,000 PUPILS IN hole, then unbuttoned tho tl tr biown ur- my ei.it which h wns wealing nnil (.luiiHt his linml beneath. When he with. iliiw It, his flngciH were Htiilned with blood. I'olonel Uonoitt wn not lit nil ills- imiycd li)' lilt dlscovciy. "It looks as though I ihail lecu lilt." By don't think It is im- lie mid, " lint tlilnK serious. Or, Sciiri) Terrell, of lulla. Texas, Ciilnnol Itnoscvclt'ti plijsiclan, win Inul cntcietl tin- - niitomoblle Juki beUuc It Makes Speech Afterward But." tni tfil (iff, Insisted Hi-that the Colin?! ;woiild not linur letuin to tlio hotel. of It, hoiVcwr, nnil tin' cur was driven o Wound More Serious Than to the- iiuilltniluiii. at First Thought. As soon iik they roarhnl the building, lloosevelt Mas taken Into u ilicssliit; ruoiu nnil IiIm outer xiirments were '? n. in. -- Col. uioveil. Dr. 'I'm tell, with the help frf CI traso, Oct. ..., .... ...I... Lt. .. .. i .miihuoi.c.-- . t awoke lit l! o'clock and KiM '" "'"" - S. S. Soienson. of limine. WK. wao .luid n bully that "lie hid the nurse slee;.." Ills teiiipciuturo wh IS.I, hls(ei,. In the Auditorium nml uine to u cull on fioni IS. T.l.ls tlio 'hseslng loom pill.- - 71 nml his respiration ..ii.n:-fltur.la u decrease of two teutlis In temper- - , the platform, miide u siipeiftckil In his pulse and two , nation of the wound. Kii hwit '"ivy agreed tlmt It was liiiplhlc to lmi the official In fiunts Kuws ''" ' li"' vtcut of the bulletin ImsiiuI lit in o'clock l.wt lilwlit. was tukin the Colonel Colonel's Injiiihs. and tl.nt he should hv After the uronl nmyiiiiicd he would go to sleep uiriln. ill means kii nt once to a I osjdtul. "I will deliver tills peceli or die, olio lie had liecli ostecp sliuc It o'clock. or .the other," was Col. KiniM'M It'.s. re- - Fanatic In Shot Fired Milwaukee. 1 - 17.-2- :1.". Itoir-evcl- , m. 1 .r- HBjMHf -. lii"il yjll dm- - v and began hLs spech after lie ,lind seen " Indicate wl.nt had liapp. nnl 1 iu assailant iiricstc.l and taken to Id" sent. Fur hevei.il minutes the eiow "" nm" "f wljoni suypretc.1, Umt tint t e polUe station. hole a bullet In Ills bod), keut With the Colon. I were 'lill!l ltnosevvlt .Mr. Slnillif "l Its dueling, n v.mg ei.ui.ln Mr. 'l',llt'" ''' "elifiiis hlrjipeil (to the tro.it nml C'aiit. Glrunl. TV- .- ctowil pun-oi- l do?e nl out the Col "' the platfoim and held up his tiel (mil Wie a cluer nshe apj.eaiMl. As ''""eie was soiiiethhii- In his innnn r "" " e.ivui upon mu cro.M. tie putty npploiuJied lhi fiiitiiniolill?., "" the cheeilnB died suddenly n,v.a. (Ml ltiH.sexclt's coinpnnlons sloiwl aside "' hine s.miiethli. to tell mil" mi Id and ie rleppeil Into tU ear. .Uirtln liore ou will lie .silt on Mr. Cochonis. "and entered jllwctly behind him. find 'lvp N"' "17b eahnly. Instantly an fuither side if tjie ear. Col lt...cetll stotNl hi. wnhJiiK hl hit upi.ir rose, hut the Ooc.'.em cihnetl It In answer to the cheers of the ciowl. and I.eK.in to speak. He then told them wiif stnndlnc in tin wwl that the ColontlJiad been fV,l TVle'nsKiiwdn a few f.et from Uie iiuti.inol.lle.- - lie pushed hLs way to the side of the car County May Fay $221,000 Debt. ' Campbellsvllle, Oct. 12. Taylor and r.ilsliiK his Kim flrsl. lenpid Comity Is wnkhiK up to Its old iMllu.id Martin eiiiiKht the flash, ami oer tjie car it second After tlve l.ulljt bonded Inilebledness. There Is. It Is J.'l.tMi In boiyls and ml;jiuns sptnl on Its way. lloosevelt barely iinnvtsl nm the for borrowed money UKulnst the county, Col. shot was fired, llefore the crowd knew InchidliiK IW.U'ti In JudKUieuts and cost whni had happened. Martin, who Is sl on old bonds that wer not taken up by feet tail nml a former lootball player, second Issue of bonds about twenty year luul liinde.1 squarely on the assassin's afio. $."171 JiidKiiieiits, cost and Interest JlW.fiCU on .new aouldeiM nnil luul Louie hint to the on borioueil money, ibonils. couuthiK luUTest, innkliif; n to. Kround. He thiew his rljtht nun aU.iit the tnl of $221.WW. man's neck with n ulenth like rlp nnd On Octob r 21 the taxpayers are to w Jils left arm, seized the lurid meet III their respeclhe precincts nnd In another sec select t,wo represeuliitlvits to ill et the tlimt 'mid the Fiscal Coutt October 29 to discuss ways ond, he luul disarmed him. "Lynch him! Ivlll him:" crlet a 'hun- and inrnns whereby the county muy pay on urf this debt. If the bandltoliler? will dred men. 'I',he ciowd pressed In tlicin and Martin and Cnpt. Olrard who asree on reasonable terms to surrend r Tod followed Mnrtln oev the side of their bonds fur casJi a suttlenient will the nutamoblle, wcro cntwht w'Ui their be effected. prlsnner In the mlitst of n striuutllni; I W. C. MontKomery, of throne of umddened men. It seemed for who has pioxlcs niiiouutinc to 108,M, .the moment tluit he would he torn to will be prerent on Oqtolner 29 and will piece by the Infuriated men. and It j make an off r to take, sixty cents an t tho dollar. himself wlp was Col. on Jils Itchulf. KIRTLEY. He raised his hand and miottncid '" tor. Oct. W. M. Shelqn 'filled his the erifwd to fall luick. "Stop, stop!" he cried. "Wtand iluu'k! regular aprolntment ut ,thls place Sunday. don't hint him." The men in the crovd ut fltt wire not iMlss I.ula Klrtley wits the Kuest of dlrpvoil to hcstl his words but ut length Mesdamcs Gertie nnd Itnth Klrtley Sim-dafell back nnd permitted Martin nnd Cup-tal- n a Inn it to carry the inun Into the Sir. lot liilc.heart. or ,tlils place, iiiaved to Ccntet town ,ln-- t week. hotel. After a short stuiKKle the nna,ssln Knvo Sir. and Mrs. Geo. Tucker are visiting up and was carried without reslrtnice friends at Sladlsouillle this week. lira. W. M. ICIrlley; nnd H. II. J'ul- out of the reach of.thc piowid. "Are you hurt, Colonel," u hundred vol kernun weio the cuest of i Sirs. L. A. Freels Sunday, cos called out. . Reynolds shipped a large "CWi. no," Jie responded with n fsmd". Sir. C. "Mlsseil mo that time I'm mot 'hint number of cattle. tJieep nnd (,'oats to Hiaiuillle Saturday ulKht. a brt." Sir. and .Sirs, Andy Jfeul lslted Jlr. "1 .think we'd better lie Koln on." he nald to tlio other members of his ntrty. and Mis. Frank Klrtley Sunday. The KuimlUy "or ,we will bo late." Los tnusteied up No one In tlio l arty, InrliulInK Colonel coimuRo enoiiKli to try the CYntertto.vii tho sllt;.it-e- it Ursuled School boys with another ball lloosevelt hluiHeir, notion that the Colonel had b';n contest lust Saturday, which rosulted shot. He felt no shock or pain u,t the In u score of II to 21 hi fat or of time, and It wn nsirumed tlmt tlve Lu'-lthe Humility boys are pluu-nhon soino other Kiiiue possibly limwent wll.l. As soon as ,Colonel llo3s bics. lt had .assuted himself that .the ,wur i:ife In tho hands of tho SlUses Joslo A.UltliKtoii and Oertlo police, he Rao orders to drive on '" Klitley were the uuest of IWrtha Swan-so- u Saturday ulKht. , the Aiidltoiium. They had drhenhaidly one of the fo'jr A Presidential Experiment. blocks fioni the hotel to the auditorium Wilson's election would mean n hult'lnt; when John MA'CJnitli. iinother of Oolonol ltoosevelt's secretaries, ut,lered n slui.'P unceiitnJu business. If not actually a CMlauiatlnii and pointed "to the Colo-nel- vury b,ul business. Tlve best one can say of Wlliim hbusclf Is that li would breast. n be an exiierlincut. and can we afford to "Look Colonel." ho mid, "jtficro l l .experiment with the Chief Executive of hole In our overcoat." Coionel lloonevvlt looked dawn ua,w the uie naMomgiw ork 1'res. 1 -- ll.-C- ol. Tihco- C-''W-ltpiotesU of Ills pliys'e.ian. wmi Hhot mul tsi,vlng the the t'"lni I Miodo out of the dressing wou'elcd tonight iih he wris Gllpatilc Hotel lor tie Atldlloiii in to io.uii mud . ml., tho singe. A large ciowd Into tnc I.Ib building, chevre'l TJio wound rws sup- make u erf . lal. and the Colonel wtut to tie hntl lomlly as he cnleted and iwitlnu.t a worl Milwaukee, Koo-.i.- lt WK (Vi. l". iJ V VrBLffKiMBUIlrXSafmKty wu f 'lnel Coe-hcni- I "" 1 rt-t- THEOUORK noosi:vnt.T. WILSON HEEL GREEK GIVES ALL TO FIGHT TURKS K, Says Let Common People Awaits Ambassador's Call do the Dirty Work. to the Front. Mr. Dixon States Views as to Deposits Money in Bank and Pre- Assertions Made by Governor. Joseph SI. New York. Oct. Dixon, mummer of Colonel Hoose,veU's oampalKii Rae out Uie followlnj,- - statement tonlKht. "In the later punt of September Mr. J. W. Park received a circular letter whloh had been sent to Princeton Alumni requesting money contributions In nld of Oovernor Wilson's candidacy. Sir. I'irk ieiillntr expiesstd Jils high regard for Sir. Wilson ns a jirlvate citizen and scholarly gentleman bu.t refused to contribute on the ground iluit he considered Cosernor Wilson undenwera-tl- u nnd uuprogresshe In his attitude toward social juid economic questions. In support of his judgment ho cited quotations from statements nade by Dr. Wilson lu conversation with him. The Los Angeles Tribune secured this latter thn.t was written September 27 and publMitd It October 2. The cited quotations .were: "I do not believe In Democracy, the rule of many; I believe In urlstueruey, the rule of .the few but an aristocracy of brains, not wealth. of tho Chautauqua "I disapprove Idea, the attempt to give a smattering of culture to ever) body whlcJi results lu corcelt without knowledge. "1 iuii opposed to higher education of the common people; somebody must do ithe dirty work of the woild; why shouldn't the children of the wanking classes .be brought up to do the woik their parents are now doing?" AHyidlng tt0 tlio Dixon statement, when n copy of the letter wus shown to Governor WJlson( li ludlaivipotls, October 3, he declared ,Uie stajtemeiits to Sir, I'aik then false. bo aluwlutely wrote nil ppen letter to tlie Governor reiterating the correctness of .the .statements which he said had bum im.ado while he' (lark) wus a university fellow lu toclal science lu Pilncefton. Tills ojmjii letter wji slvown .to Governor Wllkon at ChUugo Octoiier 4. The Governor again dented eer JiuIng made tlie sta,U:n'nt wherewiyi he ,wua viirgod pares to Die for i Country. Peter Catsofls, pioprititor of .the Louisnnd Cincinnati It stnurant, North Third Street, was iborn In Greece and .that means that he was a,born patriot. Like hundreds of Jils fellow ville cpun-tryni- . , HiMiM-vel- Inter-AOne- .1 11,-I- y. and .thousands .f throughout the Unit d iattes. others Peter bus enlisted to fight for Greece against Turkey In Uie .war of the iBalkr.i States, but Peter, unlike he r ut, ' making a great saorlfVce for Ujs great nnd glorious privilege. the In Ills little establishment near river front yesterday, lle.ter rnused 'n filling the ord. x of a customer, io an. nounce ithnt ho has decided to give nwa his business, his restaurant which has earned him a neat Income for se,veral years past, hi order that hj may be free to go to the front. "I don't want to sell my business" he said. "Ilecuusm why? I need no money now. I geef away and go fight for my In Louisville countree." - Th lucky beneficiary of Peter's combined liberality und patriotism, is Mrs. I.011I3 Frautz, who lives Jn the rear of 133 North Fourth Street. (During the past year or o Sirs. Fnints has bocn ill ployed by Peter In the restaurant. help to me. nnd slrj She kou know all about lestaurant. place 'till I come buck." "Hut suppose you don't conip back?'" suggested tho reporter. note There .wis "ot the slightest of hesitation In Peter's rply. "Then I dlo for Greece." restaurant does u "rattllnt; The good" business according to sive.ut of its putrons who were found iu the vicinity. All tho thcr men, and scores of travelers coming Into the city via the river packets stop th io for meals every day. And Peter owns till tho equipment, acquired by Industry and years of fcavlug. Kcn tho stock of uncooked foods on hand, will be en -- Peter said: "Sho gient ii, u; et ln 's 13. Store Washington, Oct, ttuan A million nnd a quarter boys nnd girls will attend the American high schools public and private, during the tchool year 1912-acocrdlng to the estimate of.-JJP. P. , Claxton, United Stat s Commissioner of IMucntlon. Dr. Claton has been ossurro by Sir. Alexander Summers, statistician Sentiment for T. R. Is Growing. of the Hurcnii who has made a special Cattlettsburg, Ky Oct. 17. Close In- study of the matter, that the estimate quiry and Investigation Into tlio pol- Is a cons rvuthe one. Of the number itical situation In Kistern Kentucky glien l.HO.OfO ate estimated for the publeads .to the belief lloosevelt 'will carry lic high schools, and 150,000 tor ,the the Ninth. Tenth nnd Kleventh Districts secondary schools. against the field. As all over the State The Aenuican high school hns grown of Kentucky the Taft ,ote In ,thls sec- phenomenally In the past dozen years. tion of Kentucky will 1k very light Its do,velopm jit In the last two or thrca the fact that Ashland !s years being apparently greater than In the home of Collecter T. A. Field, of the remarkable decade Just piccedlng. the IoxintUon District. Since Ui twentieth century opined tho The Democi-ntare trying to aioune number of public high schools has alenthusiasm among .their lanks but are most doubled and the number of stu meeting with small succe-- s. The Pro- - dents is easily twlc . 'what it was nt grcsslxes hi the mountain districts the beginning of the century. The most have .their organization well lu hand remarkable feature Is the great Increxse and Dr. William Saulsberry of Ashland, III the proportion of tliose who go from Li State central committeeman doing the grades Into the high school. some effcctiie work in tlie Ninth. Only a very few years ago Uie high The laboilug lote Is almos-- t Unanimous school was chiefly attended by children in this section where of tho ilch and moderately for lloosevelt Jiere are hundreds of timber and mine Today n aily of the children persons are who enters tlie elementary so!ool een-tualwoikers. A gieat many working quietly for tlie Piogressives but pass Into 'the high school. Tito their endeavois aie .bringing forth exact figure Is 22 per c nt. If negro n gieat lesulti. are Included and 23 per pent If (white only are considered. This Is jpairtuiufarliP ISO CREEK significant, since certain critics of the Oct. IS. The protracted meeting fit public high schools have through a mis- Wesley Clmjiel is atlll In piogress. Iter. understanding of th: official reports, con S. 31. Carrier Is preaching with much tended that a much smaller percentage earnestness and ability. Umn is here given had ,the opppntunlty Sirs. Hannah Paik, of lied Hill Is vis of high school training. iting her sister. Sirs. James Waid this Almost equally significant for publlo week. ,, education is the fact that by far the iSIIss Slary llenfrow, Sunnydale, visited most rapidly growli has been in the her grandparents, Sir. nnd ill). iA. U. public hlgii sc.hoo1s.The private secondary UenXrow Sunday. schools show a healthy increase 25 per Sirs. Itllla Williams hns returned from cent In attendance since lf00; but the Nvw,tonllle, Ind., and will lsU relatives public high schools have lactunlly double here for a sliort while before returning their attendance. In tlie same p rlod. To to her home In Oklahoma. make the comparison on another basis; Itev T. V. Joiner, of Hartford, has In 1S90 forty out of every hundred high been In fite community a few dajs mak- schools wete private and sixty public; ing pastoral visits and attending the In 1900 the proportion ihad changied to iS piotracted meeting. and 77; and today there are only 18 priSir. Lon Twlddell. of Calhoun, was the vate s ,condnry schools tor ever) M guest of hU brother and family Sunday. public high schools. .Sirs. Slary Wurd Is quite sick at this As to number of students: In 1SC0, 72 writing. per .cent of the pupils wpie In private Sir. Homer Llndley Is convalescent. high schools and 6S p r cent In publlo; Jlltss Virginia Thornton a trained nurse today only 12 per cent of the pupils are from Owensboro is nursing Sir. GoeKd In private secondary schools, the great Plrtle. bulk (SS per cent) bolng In the publlo iSIr. A. It. Plrtle, Ow.ensboro who his high schools. been at .the bedside oX his grandchild The people have shown Jnplr appreciareturned home yesterday, tion of their high schools In ithe most Mrs. Delia Plrtle, of West Hartford l direct way possible supporting them unthe gueist of relatives this week. failingly and g nerouslyv They (have Last TJiuisday night while nil nature faith enough n It to pay huge cum of was wrapped In iJweet repose an nnget money year after year that the high came and took Uie splilt of Utile Jlu;;li school may do greater and gr ater woilc iVustln, tlie bubo of Professor SIIIIion-dollschool buildings are gonnd Sirs. C. IS. Shown .to a home not ing up In American cities. Industry, made with .hands but eternal In the technical ability, together Heavens Impressive funeral service iweve' wlUi the essentials of a cultural edu' conducted Friday at II o'clock by Ile.v. t cation. ar being taught to our boys and D. Dennett at Sit. Ilermon. Interment girls lu tho uplendld high schools of tofollowing In the cemetery theie. llo day on a scale that was never dreamed of was very Intelligent for Lis nge and In the civic life of uny nation before ouf a beautiful child. iDeur parents and time. little fitter Until you hue the ymrithy Commissioner Claxtou's widely quoted of ull and tho sweet consolation ,that statement of some mouths ago to the "Jesus doeth all things well." effect that he looked f 01 ward to tho time when all boys und girls would have Surprise Birthday Party. at lest a high school education a svn UK Quite a surprise was given Sirs. It ly of fulfillment sooner than even the li. Cutter of Simmons on Sunday Oiit. CoiumUstonur himself anticipated. 13, when friends, neighbors and relaA Few Polls. tives began to gather ut her lome. So great .was that sue A poll of the emplo)es at a steel i!ant the suiprlsu realize that It Wns tho lu Ureeuillle, Pa., rcsulttd as follows; could not :); Wilton, 3. At the office anniversary of her bhth. After e"nJo.ylng lUvvweU. the commonplace pliusantrles of con.) of a Finnish publication called Ameriknit versatlon 'for u while the saUerl 13 ( I'lUlst, ltooseielt gut 4C1 vote, Taft, wus t leu ted to some excellent sopred . 20; La l'ollette. 41. nnd Clark. 6. Tht music by Sir. Aluuzo Carter, Sl.i,tian. N((w-- York Herald mude a canvass of z.ih. Following tills was u foast und' the Hudson Terminal Uuilding, one of substantial Uiu largest office buildings Jn Now and flow of the things which York. This wus the result; Itoojevelt, so much I'cllfclud by man mid nre so Indespeusuble to his exthteiiJi HJj Wilson, CJ; Debs, 7; Taft. . A vote on Uie Davis votiiu niiclitno and .well being. The crowd dispersal taken wishing tlio hostess of the occasion showed .that following n turns; Taft, might tlio to enjoy many repetitions of m; Wilson. 13S; Uoose.velt, 209; (UHf. 2S' Deb. .V.. the occasion. prl-va- te s well-ito-dh ly chll-dreJiome-makln- trust d to Mis. Frnntz until d'ttor conies buck fioni the war. Peter hns a three-- ) ear lease on tho building oceuplol by him and this, '.le s.ijo ho will also transfer to Sirs. Franti one day this- week, piol'ably tomorrow along with all the other personal propel t mentioned. He will hne legal documents drawn up by nn attorney to make the conveyuiic, . Catsofls was born In Lajndln, IlatiJ of (lieece, about 32 jcars aao. He Is a son of Theodore Cattofls, a vintner and cobbler, who Is still lUlint. (s a small town about 5,000 In population, llv miles from Athens. Peter wns reared In his native, land and earn, to the United States seven years ago. Since his arrival In this country he hns laid by a goodly stoic of Hiuplus capital, which he will lcav to his own credit In the bank. He Is (.vrectlng a commission fiom the Greek Washington nnd will Ambasiudor in proceed to the scene of the couflct In n few more days. Louisville Herald. in HIMHOOLS Ed' M if 1 Remarkable Growth in ucational System. Attendance Figure Has Increased- 22 Percent Since 1900. t I . -- ... .tiiLl i Aj.il .- . - -- . UNREST IN ENGLAND Duke of Marlborough Blames Dearth of Cottages for Evil. Absence of Homes for Humblest Classes of Rural Workers Is De populating the Country "Week Enders" Is Chief Cause. T.Amlon. MODES OF TRAVEL IN CYPRUS Mules PATHETIC PLEA FOR CHILDREN HUNT BIG METEORIT E Largely Used, but They Ara Frequently Too Independent for Solid Comfort. At tho tlmo of tho was only one Words of Charles Klngsley Heeding by Every Man and an of Any Worth. Worth Wom- l . i . ... r,l-- v ihin. but dieiuc follows dfaohedi. FamagURta. -- When tho duko of Marl burough, In hia recent articles In tbo Daily Mall on "Industrial Unreal in Konland," traced the source of the 1 rouble back to the dearth of cottages fox country laborers, It seemed rather fanciful, but since his articles were prixted, no small amount of evidence has appeared to back up hid theory. One of the moat Interestlm contri butions to tho diHCUsalon comes from "A Country Parson," who sns that the dearth of homes for the humblest classes or rural workers is a crying eU. According to him. It Is depopu- the country, Marriages among tho young people are at a discount, ho says. Twenty years ago, in his parish, the registers show there was a yearly average of jsix marriages of agricultural laborers. During the last eight years this aver-Ag- e has been reduced to one. Assur-dl- r this statement backs up the duke of Marlborough. Tbe young men in the country have no inducements to marry there and no bo-nto settle down in. They flock to the cities, they crowd out the city bona of weaker phystquo, they lower the standard of wages by glutting the Jal-o- r market. Then come poverty, strike, paralysis of business, general disaster. Rut why should there be a dearth at rural cottages. Why does not the law of supply and demand operate to ntJ It in short order? One reason scemh to be that all sorts of outsider are competing with the agricultural laborer in the way of a cottage that Tniy exist or be built in rural regions. 1 . If dim.' v Behind this Is the fundamental caase, the fact that the agricultural 3a!xrer Is so badly paid or paid in Mich an unpractical way that he is not Able to pay anything like a decent rent for a home anything like the In a Cyprus Courtyard. xcat which will return even the InSEtaHost interest on the builder's of the Cyprlot to load his mulo with vestment. can possiall tho paraphernalia Illustrating tho competition with the bly ba induced to holdthat together, and for tho Tural cottage, tho then to seat himself on top and guide case of tho week ender is cited. The the animal by hitting it on the head with a stout walking stick or a pointed prod. The chief disadvantage In riding mules Is that the stirrups are not fixed and a sudden pressure on the right foot will spnd the laft knee up to the rider's chin, depositing him suddenly on the ground. Some Cyprus mules have also a habit of planting both feet on tho extreme edge of a precipice and stretching out their necks to look at the sceno below. AH things betm? considered, the nervous tourist would feel happier upon the mountain ponies, which are strong and surefooted. And from this it will be seen that the means of transit are varied to suit all tastes. Camels, mules, ponies, car- riagea, motors, railways or coasting Typical English Cottage, i ship what more could heart of vissettle ender of moderate means wants itors desire? a. wry cheap placo whore he can run rfovx in fine weather and spend a day LORD GOES TO NEW ZEALAND or two at what Is to him merely seminal expense. He finds a laborer's ; of Lady Constance Fol oUase picturesquely situated; he Jambe, Who Jilted a Clergyman, Is groecs to tbe landlord and offers a Appointed Governor of Dominion. tesquely low rent for it, say Ave or $1.25 a week, on condition London. Tho Earl of Liverpool, tJiat It be restored or fixed up put in whose Lady Constance jjood order. Tho landlord cheerfully Foljambe, jilted a clergyman at the cottage altar steps a year ago, but repented accepts the offer and puts the and married him some months later, the city man otfers. absurd though it has been appointed governor of the may seem to a New Yorker, is Dominion of New Zealand, In succesfrom three to five times as sion to Lord Islington. Tbe Earl's famuch as the agricultural laborer can ther, who died in 1907, served In the slCoi--i to pay. Naval Brigade In the New Zealand war In 1803 and was present at the MAY CALL OFFICER A "GINK" storming of Rangirlrl. Lady Constance and the present Earl of Liverpool had different moth- And, Philadelphia Judge Holds, ers, both of whom were relatives of Doesn't Justify Arrest of Former tho Ouko of Devonshire. Pugilist Tbo earl Is the husband of the only Magistrate Coward, daughter of Viscount Monck of CounPhiladelphia. titling in city hall, today decided it ty Wlcklow, Ireland. The couple are is no crimu to call a policeman a childless and the title probably will r. "ink" no matter what construction descend to the present holder's .s plated upon tho word. Tho Magls-'.rat- e Tho now governor of New Zealand listened to the ovldenco of Pill of tho vlco squad, who has estates In Lincolnshire and Notbid arrested Jack Hanlon. tho former tinghamshire and Is a keen sportswhom ho accused of calling man. Hunting, shooting aud cricket He is a .!sn a gink when Pill was on duty la aro his favorite recreations. r of the descendant of the he Tenderloin. When tho Judgo heard the case ha socond Earl of Liverpool, who was said "Well, that Is not wrong. I'mi British Prime Minister from 1S12 to railed worso things than that a dozen 1827. After the death of the third times n, day. I don't caro how you earl tho title lapsed and was not re- Cafta it. If that is all that the man! vlveil until a few ears ago, when .said you had no right to arrest him " King Edward restored It to the Fol In the of Pill! Jambo family In tho person of the Hanlon s lawyer asked Pill if ho know present Earl's father, Lord Ilawkes A'hat the word meant. When the bury, Lotd Steward of the royal house said ho did not know tho at- hold. torney said: "Well, If you don't know William B. Gladstone, It Is said, now you will soon enough, for you wanted tho title of Eiul of Liverpool Jiito been accused of being a 'gink' conterred ou him und refused a peerbtfore and you had better bo careful age wheu he could not get thnt particar tbey may mako moro than accusa- ular earldom. tions tho next tlmo." The MagiThe present Earl wus strate suspended further hostilities by to Earl CadOtj.m when tho latter was discharging tho prisoner. of Ireland. He served la tho lloer war and was slate stow-cr- d Gives Skin to Son. and Lord Chamberlain to Lord New York. David P. Condon, a Aberdeen when tho latter was Lord 3tniber of tho Now York firo depart-xru- t, Lieutenant of Ireland. has given forty Inches of his elm to save bin son's leg. Telephones for Convicts. Pittsburg A telophono system for Denounces Unique Sails. Loudon. Tho Dally Express hero the iisu of convicts is being installed denounces the Stuyvesat't In tlio lllvorsldo penitentiary by Warai. d Vunderbllt balls at Newport as den John Francis, who is known as the "couvlctd' fricud." "vulgar and tawdry.." o I road In Cyprus, but In tho present day one may travel In comparative comfort over tho greater part of the Island. Tho roads have not reached the standard whero motoring q a pleasure, and If one occasionally meets a string of camels sitting In the road, or tho way Is blocked by mules laden with enormous stocks of sweet smelling thyme, it but adds to the general pir.turcitqucnosA of tho scenery. There is one lino of railway which stretches miles, from the a dlJtanco of sixty-twharbor of Famagusta up to Nicosia, tho capital, and beyond to Marphou. Mules are used throughout the country, and the Cyprian mules aro verv flno specimens. It Is the habit nritlsh occupation thcro Huge Mass of Iron Knocked Hole Do not decelvo yourselves about tho in Earth in Arizona little dirty, nffcnslvo children In tho Such Is Belief of Prof. Ellhu Thomson Movement Started to Find Immense Piece of Ore Believed to Be Worth Millions. About tho origin of most of the craters of tho earth's surface then- - is llttlo dispute. They aro of all sizes. Wo find them In the Sandwich Islands, with floors fiom three to four square miles In area. These have reminded Professor Pickering of nothing less than the ring craters on the moon. In Arlronn. denear Canon Diablo, Is a crater-lik- e pression 4,00(1 feet In diameter and r00 feet deep. Tho rim can be soon from a great distance, and, such rims being called "buttes," this particular rim Is known as Coon buttc. The Irregular contour of the rim is marked by broken rocks, some as largo as a house. The outer slopes down to tho plain are covered with similar masses, pieces of many tons weight having been thrown thousands of feet away from the crater. But there is no lava about the butte, ami this would seem summarily to dispose of the Idea that Coon butte Is the site of a volcano. Dr. O. K. Gilbert many years ago pits on suggested that the the moon's surface were caused by the impact of giant meteorites, and for some time he held tho view that Coon butte must have been formed in a similar manner. This view has of late been revived. Prof. Ellhu Thomson, In a letter to the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, re minds us that the masses of iron flung down the outer slopes of the crater aro sent to all parts of the world as meteoric Iron. Mr. Darrlnge has spent considerable sums in exploration under the firm conviction that ho will find a largo amount of meteoric iron below tho surface. So far he has been unsuccessful It Is calculated each costing that SOO bore-hole400, willbenecessnry to make about sure of finding the meteoric mass, as-- ! sumlng it to have been 500 feet in diameter. The mass of the meteorite is estimated to have been at lea3t five million tons. Of this the greater part would be iron, but 8 per cent, would be nickel, and there would be three million ounces of platino-lridium- , worth about twenty million sterling supposing the prioe to remain as at 7 and 8 per present, between arias sroJSSnSi.'f- Bxt b; t;Jr - n golden cal root, proportions, and ou Imw -- rifc- -i Phcenk, Ariz. ring-shape- street. If they bo offensive to you, they aro not to him that mado them. "Tnko heed thnt ye despise not ono of thoso llttlo ones; for I say unto you that In heaven their nngcls do always boh old tho face of my father which Is In heaven." Is thero not in every ono of them, as In you, tho light thnt llghteth every map that comcth Into tho world? And know you not who that light Is, and what ho said of llttlo children? Then tako heed, I say, lest you despise ono of these little ones. Listen not to tho Pharisee when ho says: Except tho llttlo child bo converted, and become ns I am, ho shall In nowlso enter Into tho kingdom of heaven. Hut listen to tho voice of him who knew what Is in man, when he said: "Except ye bo converted, yo shall not enter Into tho kingdom of heaven." Their souls aro like their bodies, not perfect, but beautiful enough and fresh enough to shame anyono who shall daro to look down upon them. Their souls nro Ilko their bodies, hidden by the rags, foul with tho dirt of what wo miscall civilization. Put take them to the pure stream, strip off the ugly, shapeless rags, wash the young limbs again, and you sh.aU find them, body and soul, fresh and lithe, graceful and capable capable of how much God alone who mado thorn knows. Prom Charles Kingsley's Address on Human Soot. GAVE DOCTQI? PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. It took Dr. Piers;, with the t.i cticmiM nnd plnrma-ct- a, of two perfect m my monthi of hard work ctpcrimcntinj to and toni extract uf tl.c greatest etfctjM.! altcrat:c c3ci:r.cy. " I w Mi C.IIf.,wrli--.- : of 7tr.lv.:: , Hi:. C. W. V I lmo mf ' (mint n MiV.ieal Dis you that ti m- !i: K'ir. Wo li.i h.vl a i vrry' In n.y family f..r ('let.irc.ilSH'ilxito'.iiiHlMr'- rt'i 1 1'"". I h n " a fam.l t ; a rfr-i- t w .,f ti'ii I'hlldt.'i. ail w I'll a.il !' ""v, i r Ulch, I to "'i 'our :inili n Mii1Il.iI wv ixi.'iit. ' l u0 ,' "' SUJ ' 1)1 u)ory ' .. d ' l'i !le vwt-r.vt.-- 4 uil - v C.Y. 1'AVM.V, ISrtl. Br. l'icrce'a I'lcoinnt Polloli regulate ami tni(!orato tin) granules. stomach, liter und towel . .V.Jr--lcd- , JAMES & Center-town, CO-- , Kentucky. First Class Liveryman 1'rompt Attention and Good .Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, S,r!iiif HIM SOME NEW IDEAS OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.50 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The RKi'Ti.LicAKand St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home rind Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The jctEPUBLiCAN auU uany vjwensooro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Fanner The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Fanner 1.50 al Globe-Democrat ro I . aB-'rou- j Pessimistic Man of Forty Wonderfully Cheered by a Few Remarks Made by His Wife. "Darnatlon, Im forty today," ho groaned. "Look at my wrinkles. Look at my bald spot. Look at tho gray hair above my ears. Youth Is gone the grave approaches and I'm so wretched that I think I'll go and drink 50 beers." But his good wlfo responded: "Cheer up. Intelligent men, thinks ers and like jourself, have always been distinguished for a hale and happy longevity. Solon, Sophocles, Pindar and Anacreon were octogenarians. Goethe, over eighty, did some of his best work. So did Kant, Buffon, Newton, Fontenello and Harvey, the discoverer of tho circulation of the blood. "Landor wrote his most beautiful Imaginary Conversations at eighty-fivIzaak Walton at ninety had a fluent, forceful pen. Hahnemann at eighty married, and at ninFty-onmade some of his most fruitful discoveries. Michael Angelo's canvases were as vigwhen he was eighty-ninorous as they had been at sixty years before. Titian was doing good work " at ninety. Newton at eighty-threHut hero the man, wonderfully perked up. Interrupted her. "I guess I won't get drunk after all." he said. "Get my hat, my dear, and we'll go to the movies and wind up with an oyster supper." brain-workere. e e e "MWH& Twice-a-Wee- k I Address ail orders to THE REPUBLICAN. dSrtSaaBi-'nPcT- v BHSF 99Ha - Half-Broth- shll-JiiiS- B 'v . jaaaaaaaaaaaaaBQujsJBSw half-siste- r. -- -- -- any-vihe- re 9ISlBflEB9KBSlSS!i95KesZ Arizona's Natural Beauty. 13 i half-brothe- -- half-brothe- I p But this Is not all. Assuming of 1 per cent, of diamond in the mass, one might count on tho extraction of about 500 tons of diamond. Which may account for prospectors regarding tho expendl-turof a quarter of a million on boreholes with some equanimity. Profes sor Thomson tells us that tho Navajo , Precaution Rarely Taken. Indians have a tradition that three A German medical Journal draws at largo bodies fell from the sky on the tentlon to a possible factor in tho site of the crater and killed a large spread of infectious conditions of tho number of their tribe. They still re- -' mouth, noso, and pharynx that Is not pair to the crater for supplies of tho eufflclently recognized In many house- white silica sand which they sprinkle holds. It points out that common tablo around them at their ghost dances. . utensils, such as forks, spoons nnd glasses, which come Into contact with tno moutn' uro usually washed alto-BII FUEL bHlrJ lb LAuNLHtU Rether often wltu utti0 car0i aild dried on tho eamo cloth. This gives U. S. Fuel Vessel Jupiter Is First great opportunity for tho distribution Electrically Driven Seagoing of Infective agencies. For this reason Vessel. particular cure should bo exercised In families where any member may bo Vallejo, Cal. The Unlted States suffering from an Infectious disease to fuel ship Jupiter, the first electrically sterilize the table utensils used In vessel ever built and hoillng water. People who complain of driven tho largest ship of any description ' "catching cold" in many instances aro over laid down on tho Pacific Coast, merely catching infection from llttlo- was launched at tho Mare Island Navy understood and preventable sources. Yard. Tho Jupiter will mako about 11 knots an hour. She Is 672 feet Sheridan's "Debt of Honor." long by G5 feet beam, draws 27 feet 6 A "debt of honor" story that may Inches, displaces 19,360 tons, and has carrying capacity of 12.500 tons ol be worth recalling concerns that Richard Drlnsloy coal and 375.000 gallons of fuel oil. The r,ncI01 of keel wus laid in October 16 last, and ouuiiuiiu. uuo uuy u uruuuur cumui the hull has been built in record into Sheridan's room and found him time, at a saving of nearly $100,000 seated boforo a table strewn with gold d tiotos? over tho appropriation of $1,200,000 . It's no use looking at that, my good ullowed by Congress. 0"ow." j?"'1- - Sheridan, "that is nil bo Power Is supplied by a "Very Pn,l .nn BIKJHeu lor UUUIH Ul UUIlUr. olnolrl. ..onomlnr vM tho tradesman, tearing be loaded from tho Jupiter Into a war ,a .' and throwing It in tho ship ut tho rate of 100 tons an hour, and duplex pumps wll permit her to l0- - n,ow nilno ,a a dobt of honor." tako la or pump out oil to anothut 's, u ,8 and JPU8t bo P11 at ouco" d banded him tbe vesesl at tho rate of 120,000 gallons au Bald Snor-lan- . money. hour. ounce. there n Oldest Order. What Is the oldest order In existence? Tbe claim Is made for that of the Holy Sepulchre, the grand of which has just been conferred by tho pope on a member of tho Irish Nationalist party, Sir Thomas Grattan Esmond. It appears that no date or the name of a founder can he assigned to the Order of tho Holy Sepulchre, though there is a legendary tradition that traces its origin to the time of Charlemagne. In the middle of the last century, however, when the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem was reestablished, the office of grand roaster of the order was transferred to It by Pope Plus the Ninth, who many years later. In 1838, created by statute three ranks of the order tho grand cross, commander and knight. The costume Is a white cloak with the Cross of Jerusalem In red enamel. The pope himself is grand master of the order. Westminster Gazette. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican t W Job Department. Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the. strain of the hard, work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain aud restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. I g I CARDU I Vcmln'sTonic Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains' peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist Write to: UJIcj' Advisory Dcpt, CluttinooM Medicine Co., Cbattinoow. Tenrt. book, "Home Treatment lor Women," tent free. J SO for Sptciat Imtructionz. and -- H.OOO-hors- e -- no-v- ,.- 11 '- -- 'ataimwifcmjMHimwnmu.,tiw.,. I(R P. 7Zj3V-- l 1 WORST DESERT IN ALL ASIA RANGER IS A HERO Hongwanjl Temple at Kyoto, Japan, Crossen Takla-MakaSand In Thirty Years. Rev Zulcho Tnch of tho great West Hongwanjl tcmplo of Kyoto, relumed to thnt place recently after five years spent In exploration In the virgin parts of centinl AbIb, writes a correspondent. His Journey was undertaken for purposes of research under the instruction of Count Otnnl, the lord abbot of the Hongwanjl temple and an enthusiastic geographer. Mr. Tnchibana is a joung man of twenty-twyears of age and of such delicate physique thnt the natives said he must be a woman disguised as a man. Mr. Tachlbana proceeded from London to Omsk and thence by stage coach In Semlpalatlnsk, thence to Turban In SInkiang ("the new territory") passable roads were found. During his explorations Mr. Tachlbana traveled across the Takla-Makadesert, which he describes as the n Condensed Statement of Condition -- OK TIIK Mt7mi."j S Real Men to Be Found in Coeur Toklo, Japan. lhann, a priest d'Alcne Reservation How Captain of . irH" . ; .fwSElillJlblly--I" HIIDIRS ,ua,4V' Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close of Business ;?T A. M . WMARADFORD, Fire Fighters, by Coolness and Bravery, Prevented of His Crew Loss of Thirty-fiv- e in Northern Woods. June 29, 1912. Hartford v 111 htinwer (low like this and sew nnd drdp the C'lKtlcmr. ntiil rive iiUvlii IMlEli OI' work at n moment's notice to be takCOST nn nil kuI.Jcc Ir t rtnlnlng to thn en up nt some other time without the milijnt if biillilltm', fur tlu rtwlrris of tills nprr On Huoutit of IiIk wide experience 'necessity of putting every little piece Killtor. Autlinr nnd Manufacturer, lie nway. The door may be shut nnd lockIs. wlllioiit ilniit.t, the lilphrst authority ed If necessary, so she knows nothing on Kit tliov mil.Jrctn Aililrpss nil ltutilrls 1o William A Hnilfnril. No ITS st will be disturbed. A house nn large ns this nhould jHrkson boulevard, CIiUiiro, III , nml only cnclusa two-restamp for nply. have both front and back stairs. The back stair arrangement In this house This Is a ten rcioin lioupe. SomeIs especially good, ns It leads directly times when tliere nr n number of chil- from the cellar to tho nttlc with an dren In crowing fnnilly u house of easy entrance from the kitchen nnd a ten rooniK becomes ji iicccppity grade entrance from tho side of the Iilens In repnrd lu tlic nUc of licitisr-house. It makes the third cntranco, hne clinngeil very much In the Inst ten yciirb People are not now build InR lnrRir tlmn they need, not so much 'becnupo tho expense of building tins l!r. Wllllnm somewhat Inrriused, but the prlnrjpnl reason Is thnt help cannot be secu'reil to do the necessary housework A Brent ninny women have killed them m:1cb trying to keep n large houfce looking nice enough to satisfy their women friends, but women nre learn Ing wisdom and nre becoming content with smaller houses, houses tliat provide Just room enough for their families and one or two occasional guests. Romctlmes families need n house with four or five bedrooms, then n plan like this seems to fit In Just right. 1ooklng at the ierspoctlve It will be noticed thnt this house tones up with the best of them. It Ik the kind of building thnt satisfies n person's pride nnd every one should have pride enough to appreciate n good home and feel satisfied with It. i The mere fact of having n, large house won't satisfy anjltfidy. There must be more to a home than the building, but a family of from six to ten persons should be able to establish a very satisfactory home In a bouse like this. The building Is thirty feet In width by thirty-sevefeet six Inches In length nnd the porch Is extra, a site sufficient to lay out nicely Into large pleasant rooms, with convenient hall ways, stairways, etc. It Is Impossible to get nine or ten good and sufficient rooms In a house much smaller. If you try it jou will surely spoil some-thi-n n T i U -- MHa9 ' lf.f a- 8econd Floor Plan. but they are all needed in such a house, you may be sure each one will be used frequently. The side porch opening from the kitchen Is another pleasant feature. A good deal of kitchen work may be done on a porch of this kind In the summer time, especially It It ! shaded with a good climbing lne such aa the Virginia creeper, soma of the night shades, or a Dutchman's pipe vine. The pantry la big enough for a store-rooanother feature that will be appreciated by a woman who Is obliged to keep house for a large family. A feature of thla house that looks well outside and la appreciated inalde la the, manner of building the exten- - fcavo beea For a great many yean nrchltecta trying to arrant a aatla noise, Idaho. Professor Welling, tanned nnd toughened by his sum mer's work In tho Coeur d'Alcne naheld his tional forest spellbound with visitors eaatcrn storlcB of tho fight he had helped to xnnlco against the fearful forest fires, says the Youth's Companion. He had gone out, with two others, under government commission, to study the forest nnd, coming back in August, they had met the fires nnd spent almost a month In lighting their way out of them. "There are real men among these he went on. "In forest rangers," fnct, there is no place for anything that is not genuine up there. The most thrilling story of heroism that I have heard in a long time is the story of Ranger Pulaski. It did not happen in the part of the reservation where I was. but I can vouch for its truth, for I havo talked with some of the men who were with him. "Pulaski had forty men under him, and they had been fighting a big fire for hours. Suddenly the wind rose until it blew a gale. The fire got beyond them, nnd it became a question of saving the lives of the men. They were many miles from a railroad or a clearing. "Pulaski remembered that about a mile from where they were working was an abandoned mine shaft that ran back about forty feet into the hillside. He ordered the men to snatch their blankets from the camp and run for this shaft. Once there they packed themselves like sardines Into the hole. Pulaski placed himself at the opening and stretched a blanket across It. "In a few minutes the Are overtook them. The blanket at the opening caught and Pulaski jerked it away. Again and again this was done, and when the supply of blankets ran low he held the burning fragments across the mouth of the shaft with his bare bands. "The suffering of the men from the heat and smoke was pitiful. They were fairly maddened by it, and some of them made a wild attempt to push their way out of the shaft. For a while Pulaski held them back by sheer physical strength, for he was an unusually strong man. But be knew that he must soon bo overpow- - RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.$197,018.36 Cash m Safe 11,948.43 Cash in Other Banks. f2,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,fi04.00 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $25,000.0& Surplus Dividend No. 30 27,822.10 l,2f0 227,742.5 Deposits Overdrafts Real 540.33 2,000.00 $281,814.64 Estate.Furniture and.Fixtures Total Total $281,814.65 .JsissssssssssWri&fr-'jr- ' A The Only Bank in the County on the Honor Roll. sfsBBBBBBBBBsHHHk! BBBBBSBBHFHsBBBBBMMrllBn Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. 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The desert is a sea of sand, where there is only the wind to hear and the moon to see. The party constantly met sand mountains over 12.00C feet high, and the men began to grumble, fearing that they would be burled by the constant sandstorms. On arriving at Goma, on the right bank of the River Tarim, he caused considerable fright among the shepherds, as his was the first party from the south for thirty years. At first the shepherds fled, but were brought back. The feat of crossing the desert by the caused greatest reverence shepherds. At this point he left the camel caravan to follow on slowly, while he proceeded on horseback to Kucbar, which place be reached after three days. This is a large town, though not to be compared with civilized Mr. "Nevertheless," said cities. Tachlbana, "I felt on entering it as though I had suddenly been put down in Piccadilly." Some time was spent in the neighborhood of Kashgar investigating the buried cities, and afterward the explorer proceeded through the valley to the east of Tzunling to Khotan, the districts previously explored by Dr. Stein (now Sir Marc Aurel Stein). Thence the party proceeded to Tibet for the purpose of geological ingesti-gatioSeveral districts were visited by Mr. Tachlbana which bad been omitted by Dr. Sven Hedln. These regions are absolutely blank on the maps, and have never been visited before. As soon as the records of the Journey have been collated the Hongwanjl temple will issue a report on exploration, which Mr. Tachlbana's will without doubt be eagerly anticipated in scientific circles In Europe and America as well as in ABia. STOWAWAY HEEDS A VISION . car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. Splendid COOPER 3HLet:rtfo:r-ci- , fA-SSrSfVSSSSVVV- &, CO. Ky. S iiiiTTian i Bfcnm 11L yfe vlWs laaasssssssssssfxll . 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They add to tne 'and that will not spoil the front of the size of the room to the extent of the appear- BaBsT Jxi!s4 iyV 'i&'X' VMk Among the many valuable presents now (riven away withrjf5'--''rrDuke,sMixturethereissoniethingto fr-- n irl I s f" I- 3d First Floor Plan. and It lands In good position on the upper floor, leaving a splendid front room ten by fifteen and a half feet, oyer the lower hall, that may be used aa a sewing room or bedroom. A sewing room is one of the necessities whero there are children growing up. It Is very unsatisfactory to toave sewing going on in one of tho living rooms. It seems to Into fere with the proper working of the whole house, but hn.vlng a room lllto this, large and airy, tho work mny be carried on to advantnue by having the proiwr materials, tables, sewing machine and other tools all together In tho work bop. A woman can ait lu a bay win ered, and that the men, in their frenzy, would rush out to certain He drew his revolver nnd death. told them that he would kill the first man to attempted to break away. The men knew that he meant it, too, and that knowledge brought them back to reason. "It wasn't more than twenty minutes before the worst of the flro had passed the shaft. When it was safe to crawl out they found that five of the men were dead from suffocation, were all but the other thirty-fiv- e right Pulaski himself was blinded and burned, but his sight was partly He lost five men, to be restored. sure, but with less courage and presEffect of Phomotlon. Gen. Dabney H. Maury of the Con- ence of mind he would have lost federate army used to tell a story them all. I take off my hat to such about his faithful negro boy, Jim, the a man. He is a real hero." son of his old mammy, whom he took with him to the war. The general was not a large man, except in the traits BREAKS JAIL TO FEED CATS which make great men and great solNevada Miner Tramps Forty Miles diers. That His Pets May Not Suffer After the Battle of Corinth, where Ihe was promoted to the rank of maAct May Bring Freedom. jor general on the battlefield, he came into his tent and called his servant Ban Francisco, Cat. When James "Jim," he said, "when you make up Watklns, a miner, was placed in jail my cot, tuck those blankets well In at at Searchlight, Nev., recently, charged tho foot. My feet stick out all night" with having stolen a pair of lace curLooking up at him with an amused tains, he asked the Jailer to see that look, Jim said, "Marse Dabney, you his pet cats were fed. The Jailer ain't growed none, is you, since you laughed at htm, but when night fell Llppln Watklns broke Jail and tramped forty got promoted ylsterdny?" cott's MiiRazlne. miles across the desert to attend to his pets. The sheriff followed him of Qiierxt.. effect next day In a motor car and ..found Mrs. Jonts J.;j dear, ucc h:iElar.-'- . Watklns pouring milk for the cats at g. never complained c' ry cc-.x bis cabin. vcr:'"'it-'- - I Mr Tniie.i Ihrr The charge against Watklns probPerhaps that why ha'a jcur den- - ' ably will be dismissed, hla accuser i ocnu nutiuuiiu. having; been impressed by the miner's , affection for b pets. 'It-tiEr-T- seat, but they add more to the ance of the room because these windows mny be dressed up very nicely. The seats are usually fitted with cushions having attractive covers of bright colors. A little ingenuity will make such a seat very comfortablo and the light is so good that they are preferred for reading and tho children like such places for studying. It requires a e care to arrange them to look well and nt the same timo have them serviceable so thut you do not feel nervouB when the children appropriate them to their own purposes, especially the window seat in the dining room. It is not necessary that children should use the front room for their play. They can enjoy themselves better In some of the other rooms and annoy the mother much less. Sample of Protected Forests. satisfaction the suit every taste and in this presents are exactly like the tobacco itself. For all classes of men like the selected Virginia and North Carolina bright leaf that you get in i ls V ' fI dtyvrfLtu, Explains That He Received a Divine Summons to Preach to Benighted Chinese Is Shipped Back. a frightened youth, who bad seen a vision and started for the Orient to preach to the Chinese, was brought back to San Francisco on the steamer Nile, which reached here recently. Yates' "call," by which he was summoned to spread the message of the gospel among the heathen, led him to stow away on the steamer Manchuria, which left here Friday. Captain Friele of the Manchuria listened to the young man's account of his vision, after he had emerged from his hiding place, but decided that it did not entitle Yates to free passage and the stowaway was transferred to the Nile when that vessel was met in mfdocean. Yates, who was employed as a bell hoy at a local hotel, was awakened with difficulty last Friday morning by another bellboy. He explained that he bad been listening to a divine sum mons to the missionary field and hurriedly packed a few belongings and boarded the Manchuria, where he hid In San Francisco Cal. Harold Yates, SkM. mmes li .A Now this famous old tobacco will be more popular for it is now a Liggett & Myers leader, and is equal in quality to any granulated tobacco you can buy. If you haven't smoked Duke's Mixture with & Myers name on the bag try it now. Yohj will like it, for there is no better value anywhere. For 4c you get ono and a half ounces of choice granulated tobacco, unsurpassed by any in quality, and with each sack you get a book of cigarette papers FRKB. than ever the-Ligge- The coupons now packed with Liggett if Myers Duke'a Mixture are good for all sorts of valuable presents. These presents cost you not one penny. The list includes uot only articles smokers but Now About the Free Presents S3 S P r---- J.ssBBwf Ifcrt "ssssssvr-ts- P the hold. Huge Telescope Dedicated. photoPittsburg, Pa. A new graphic refractor telescope, valued at $150,000, said to bo tho third largest instrument of its kind in the world, was dedicated nt the Allegheny observatory, Rlvervlew. park, in tho presence of a distinguished party of scientists and visitors. h W7 MammmmW JEfm I LEAF? GRANGER TWIST, coupon FOUR ROSES ilOc.liH doubtt oujon), PICK PLUG CUT. PIEDMONT CIGARETTES, CLIX CIGARETTES. mid otlur tags or coupons ututd bt us. prMonra FREE. Just scad name and address on a postal. Content from DuU'i Afixturt may be anotUl with tars from HORSE SHOE, J. T., TINSIXV'S NATURAL new Uhutrattd catalogue of only, u 5is(mir and Oetaktr smaf aeiuf yom mar' " many desirablepresents for women and children fine fountain pens, umbrellas cameras, toilet articles,, tennis racquets, catcher's gloves and masks, etc. As a special offer during ... f Wl BBd (A? A V Premium Dept. Pi frjf few 5t.Uub.Mo. j jJe w . sJiL &t 44h.M to manifest Its lovo nnd for Colonel Roosevelt liy fighting Jilm bitterly In nnd iut of frnson. Kntorr.1 nrroiRlng to lnw nt the Postotflce It liftMiniCK mme evident day by day BsMfofd. Ky.. us mull matter of the fet'onil Hint whatever the trust pnld. It ll.ln't set whr.t It paid for." t'Welnnd trailer. utruord Republican. continue C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITOR8 It t I tli- first time In RAMEY t a "bolting ' by tlio contending parsy. They l,ao always been eiicouiugvd. Fiom 'he flrt Progressive party hn Jw n .vllllled to by the Democracy nml nt the Mine time communications A4dre all contending thnt It would amount to Hartford Republican. no.thliiR. This with the sweet things REPUBLICAN PARTY SEALED mlil, by Democratic Wndeis about Mr. TO SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE ITS OWN DOOM. make the voter op n hi n "" Tnft should Bob.dlbers druirlng the pat'" "" nddivfs In umVlnit tb eyes. We lienul n fouiier 15epubllc.ui officeiddr( P"it giTf the old request. holder In Kentucky ray the oilier day. thlnko "Well, EMfil!;ltel mAtinscrlpts ulll not lie retnrne d Thomas A. Edison, the suppose we arc due for n, nig nlee accompanied by postage. I nn ardent Piogrcsslvc g this tkctlon; tint nfter no of the nge. Anoayinoim communications will rmlve and supporter of Roosevelt. He wns re- It Is all over we can pot together ng.ihi attention. cently Interviewed on the subject and nnd put the old party buck on Its fe t." closed with the following reference to 'XaCXjSZFSCOl.TE. Our Itejiulillcim friend Is deluding hni- the efforts of the Colonel's enemies Hi self Willi false hopes. His paity. r.s Stiver unearth something which ,would mar representnt by the ticket his reputation: IS. and the I'cnroseDarnesllmdlcy nuii'Jihie FRIDAY, QCTCHKH "Has It ever occurred to lui how enn not survive the coming election The hard those other people have workwreckers, not content with smashing up PROGRESSIVE TICKET. ed to Ret something on Rooevolt, the fiirnlttnv nnd dilvlng till the folks nnd how he comes out right every out of the house, hav made it Impoi.-d-bltliey'.ve Again nnd again time? for any of the evicted to leturn to lauKhed In their sloe.ves nnd said, tliclr old political residence. We've caught hhn now' and the When Uie little coteil' of political ban beaten next thing Roosevelt highbinders that ' defied the .voice of They don't Ret to n pulp. them the people at Chicago had finished !ts anything because there'e nothing to tiiett of the party organization nnd the Ret. It's like a man on the witness nomination, It mnde Its work final by telling the itruUi. the stand. If he perp tuatlng the system through jvvhiih best lawyer In the world can't do It was done. Hut let htm anything with him. The approval of the old rules governtell one little lie, and they'll raise ing tile National Committee was the the Dickens with hhn." lut.t nnd fatal act of an unrepentant gang. When the Col. The attempt upon the life of outfit refused to amend the rules of Roosevelt at Milwaukee, Aloiuluy een-Incampaign tli. ltepubllmti part)' In harmony with Is the dlnct lesult of a popular ideals they closed the party of abuse and slander such as hn never door ugalnst the return of the progresFor President, been directed against any candidate In sive element: they 'did it deliber.it dy. THEODOUE ROOSEVELT. the Jilstoiy of our country. The press It 'was Intended to serve notice upon and speakers of both old parties have For VJco President, those who believe In popular government vied with each other In attempts to GOV. HIRAM JOHNSON. nnd social justice tlint they uie not blacken and besmirch the fair name of party. Its In the It publican and best friend the wanted the bravest, liuesl For Congnass effect was to retalfi the organization of common people have .bail In America IE. It. HASHTT. Uie ltepubllcan party In tlio bands of since the day of Lincoln. The tlie i dictionary crowd nnd continue In Senatorial Investigation Committee which National Committee th veto pow;r say the Hull Moose Is Invading was instituted solely to tiy to dig tip the They over the choice of the people. something against Roosevelt, has been the South. To confirm tills attitude the Kepilbll-ca- n a disgrace to those who engineered the party refused to Incitid In lis platfrightens our Democratic friend'? scheme, but It has made ivoters and What form an approval of the presidential Nat Taft. Oh no. sympathetic friends by the thousanils primary and ,thus went on recioril ns su for Col. Roosevelt, because the testtmon looks more nnd more like a landtuinlng the whole vicious system of bosr. H has shown clearly that the enemies he slide to Iloos ,ielt. oontrolled conventions, by whloh the has made havebeen (diose ;who could not standpat element was able to pnev nt Nobody now claim that Taft will run purchase his honor, or turn him aside in popidar control. Ills duties from the path of right. In better Uian third In Kentucky. There is no hope of saving a party ."o the Interest of Wull Street, and against Tlie Progressive ticket iwlll be the the citizens of our commicm country. I'll utterly and madly determined .to desRight side, No fatmtlt who fired the shot may; be troy itself. Four years from now the l&St on the ballot. people will find the llepubllcan organlzi trouble to find. crazy, but this does not niter the fact tion. If Its remnants llv.. till Uien, still that he. obtained Ills cue from the bossed by a National Committee tint Are you In favor of letting the peoabuse and villlfication of men ,who ple have a larger voice In government? derives no responsibility or mithDrity are not supposed to be crazy, .but nvlio from the people and Uiat exercises un The Progressive party stands for UinL upon a course of have been determined autocratic rul over party of fall s. The ln-- ! Ohio destruction for one man, at whatever voters who attempt to achieve anything Cpunty. The voters now realize that cost. No, bucIi bra,vcry Jius over .been dls llirougn tne i&epubliraji party will 'c the race Is between Wilson und the played under such trying cincumatances obsta-cle- s confronted by precisely the af- as that 'manifested by Col. Itoosevelt Colonel. nnd the sam. chicanery of .methyl Mer lie was shot nnd seriously fwounded ed, It Is In them at Chicago. Ienroe If we Monday night. He said that he mould that defeated order for the Taft Ohio County Commit- deliver his address, and that It might Barnes and liradley iliave put up the tee to meet and make the members take bars and nr Inside with pi shotgun. be ill Is last, but that he Jiad a message Kvcry Impartial observer concedes that the oath again. for the people, and they should ihear are both for free him. If there had ever been any doubt the Republican parity will be In third Taft and .Wilson trade in farm products with Canada. of his election, we believe Jt I ins been place after the November elecUon. .Th drop fiom the dominant position In the The Progressive platform Is against !t. dissipated, and that now thousands uppolitics of the Nation to tha,. of an How .will the farmer vote? on thousands of true Americans will also-rawill piove to the people the fol cast their vote iWllli Wie Progressives, ly of wasting time .with an org.uiiza.tlnn It scems"that"GovT'Vilson'BCampalgn and for of the brave, on lor the Democratic nomination was November the bravest that has lost Us power and prestige, Sth. not run entirely on "hot air." Jt cost and that is no longer useful. over tSOO.OuO to pull him over. The exist .nee of a great new part;', SIX HARD, COLD, FACTS. clean, ivlgorous, controlled by the people n Italic AcoordlngtoMr.MirComb, Fact 1 iTaft cannot be elected. streng'h and having a Natlon-iivld- e Chairman, Oovernor Wilson spent 2 ltoosev It can be elected. and following, ev n If it Is not victoover $200,000 to defeat Champ Cialk for Fact Fact 3 Wilson might be elected. rious In the election of Its ticket, will Is this the Democratic nomination. Fact 4 The election of WJIson surely further emphasize the absurdity of trysimplicity? Xemocratle means tampering with the income of ing to regenerate the llepublican party-TherMr. farmer, don't let anypne deceive busln ts iiiien. the wage earner nnd the is no futur for the Ilnjiublluan you .Willi the cry that you derives no rest of the American public. party. When the is up to the American .voter crowd stole the nomination and adopted benefits from a protective tariff. IW.Ut Fact until you are selling J'.fO muhss for i1' to defend his income, upon wliicli nm't the old rules for another four years th:y .and then you will want to lhhe some on always dep lid his outgo. simply cruiwl id Into their coffin and to kick you. Fact 6 .The only wuy for .Uie Ameri screwed the nuts on live ibolts that clamp can voter to defend his Inwmo Is to down the lid. Louisville (Herald. Champ Cluik supports do not forget prevent the election of Wilson by votJioms lie the fact Uiat for fiuty-ciging for Itoosevelt. svas the rightful nominee of the BaltiW. 0. W. Unveiling. more Convention, with a clear m.ijuiitv. Hartfotd Camp No. 102 W. O. W. will THE REAL ISSUE. Many of these Demoi'iats will now Mip-ounveil the monument erected to the Polls, tuken by Progresslies, polls taItoose.elt. memory of .Sov.' Dudley Tatum at Mc ken by Democrats, polls taken by Dow.ells burying ground Oct. 20th, 1M2. Wiy waste a vote on Taft. He Is not all show Air. Tuft running a All n Jghborlng Cunips Invited ,to Join in lie rueu. If y.ou ,had u vqte ,to waste very bad third. Everywhere the testiIn .Uie ceremony, he would bo a good subject si you mony of the straw vote Is the same. ould select, but you only ha,ve one vote For tlio voters of the Unit i States La&t Call for Taxes. and cannot afford ,lo Umv It aw.iv, theie Is not a choice as between the Vote Uie Irogresslve ticket. Deputy Sheileff W. C. Karp will bo election of Mr. Itoosevelt and the elecKvciv cftoit on the pait of Demo. tion of Mr. Taft, says Uie Now York nt the following places on day named and Taft men to talk the Jbooo-ve- lt Press. Not a choice ns between the to collect your tuxes: Nnrrows, Monday No(niber 11, foresrntlment do.wn in Ohio Comay, has election of Mr. Wilhon and the .(lection Ilea ten at the start noon. failed and the avalanche is on in full or Mr. Taft. Davidson Station, Monday, Nov. II, uwlnt. Here, as elsewheie In tlu? State, and falling further behind every day, afternoon. the opposition Is beooinliv; alarmed. Mr. Tatt Is altogether put of It. The only question before (the country-Is- , Olaton, Tuesday, Nov, 12, forenoon. Their laughter U about ,io be turned tea i s. shall It be Itoosewlt or shall It "e Dan Station, Tuesday, Nov. 12, after-nooWilson? Falling Mr. Itoon.velt, the alIVmociutrUepubllcun, Prohibition. So. ltorte Jlranch, .Wednesday, Nov. H, ternatives is Wilson und Frec-radlaliht or I'rogU'Kshp one ran not help There are Republicans w,ho (would ,r,ath-hu- e forenoon, tiut julmlre Uie true Auiierbcanlsni disTaft In the White (House thsn Willie Run, Wiednesday, Nov. 13, played by Col, lloor.tvelt utter the atItoosevelt. Hut that is not the questempt upom his life. It Is the same Selict, Friday, Nov. 13, forenoon. tion because thai is not tlio thing to n stuff that founded our colonics, lestah. decided. Ualzetown, Friday, Nov. 1' ofteirwon. The thing to tie decided 's Ilshed our llbcity and caused the stars Raslne, Saturday, Nov, 111. whether they would rather lwive Wiland Mrlpes to i.ule supreme fiom Ocean son than Itoosevelt Arnold, Monday, Nov, 18, forenoon, Whether lUiey iwould to Ocean. , ILenfrpw, Monday, Nov. IS, rath r have Itoose.vilt and evpcrlen?o Sit. PUfisairt, Tuesday, Nov. 19, fore"Despite tle loud claims it makes of or Wilson and Inexperltncu: Iloosvvclt un tovlng contributtd to the Itoosft.velt tested condition, or WlUon und Uieory; noon. T. Jl. BLACK, SicrUf. AUv ompalen of l'.vl, the Standaid Oil Trust Free Trade, with dUtuibcd Industry and E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Unit 1 i y the .world's party lin be?" his-tor- loot waited or Protection, with huy mills) and wage vainer on full time and good pay. The men who would rnthcr June A on can consist ntly vote for Tuft, I' I can't help Taft, who I beyond help; ' can help Wilson If that Ik .what iho '" willing to do. llul If he .wnnts to kc p Professor, Wilson un the Democratic pu. ly from gaining lontiol of the the only effective vote he la cunt to tliut end must be for Rooscvilt and the Progr trhv Tarty, ' dj RELICS OF THE REVOLUTION Flag Which General Ganse-- i voort Hoisted. MILLINERY! One of the most important articles National Museum Receives Valuable Addition To Revolutionary Treasures. grtatt 1 housc-clennln- Jlav(b ,13 n o dly" l'cmose-ltarnes-Uradl- g, Itoosevelt-isal'nlrig-rapi- so-m- urVcorr-ctly-Inform- n Wll-eo- e Peairose-Jlarnes-Hra- rt The national museum hns received a most Interesting addition to Its ti ensures In the uniforms, swords nnd other military ret Ids of tlcnernl Peter Gnnpevuort o the revolution. Hut If It could have revor ceived the flag which he hoisted Fort Schuyler, previously Fort Slnnwlv, on August 2, 1717, the value of the relic would hnve been Incompiiinl'ly grento than tlint of nil the personal belonging of the old patriot which his descendants have no,w given to the nation. That flag was the flist Stars and Stripes to be nsslclatul with n military event. It wns the first Stars and Stripes to be associated with n Indian authentic record. It may reasonably be said to hnve been the first bapStars nnd Stripes to experience tism by fire. The people of Delewnrc will not admit this; they nre con fldcnt that the flist Stars nnd Stripes to b? under file was n flag displayed at Couch's bridge September 3. ! Hut there Is no contemporary evidence that any flag was displayed there. TU force at Couch's bridge American would not have been likely to have a flag, for SIuxwcll's command did not consist of a r glment or refilimnts; It consisted of drafts of 100 or 120 men and presumably from eacli brigade, much smaller fractions of each regiment. The twenty or fifty men defor this detail d fiom a regiment would tached and temporary service not have been likely to take the regimental colors with them, and without vry definite afflnnatlve evidence It Is hard to believe that Maxwell's command, extemporized to take the place riflemen, who had bvn of Morgan's dispatched to the help of Gates, had any national color. P.ut If full confidence be given to the Delewarw tradition, the fact remains that a flag laised over a fort when besieged must be regarded ns having b en under fire quite as .much ns one Commonwealth's Docket Ootober 4965 Cun'th. vs Frank Durbln. 4r6 Com'th. vs. Sam Cook. carried Into the field. Torm 1912. 4967 Com'Ui. vs. Wllber Halley. The siege of Fort Schuyler by 49S8 .Com'Ui. s. Noah Heasley. Blid and Chief Itrant. prlth a 1st DAV. force of Knglisli and Indians, wns , 4!i Com'tli. vs. Noah lleasley. Cooper. 4910 Com'tli. part of Ilurgoyn 's campaign. It iw' 1699 Com'th. .vs. Paul s. Elmore Roach. ( ,16 Com'th. vs. Geo. Simpson. 4971 Com'th. vs. U-an affort to get in the flank and Tear 806 Clom'lh. vs. Llche Hansom. 4972 Com'th. vs. Lee Lo)'d. of Gates, and' the fort was defended 308 Com'th. vs. Llalie Hansom. 4973 Com'th. vs. Lee Loyd. with full consciousness of its enormous S12 Com'th. vs. Llche lUnsam. 4974 .Com'th. ,vs. Leonard Wedding. campaign. Importance In the The (alias RuM) .Wilson 4975 siege b gan on August 2, and It wis 820 Com'th. vs. Red Com'th. vs. .Henry Collins. 4976 Com'Ui. having 82J Com'Ui. vs. Uob Nelson. vs. lleibert .Clilnn. that day that the garrison, 826 Cam'tli. vs. Hob Nelson. 4977 Com'Ui. congress Jiad in Unit learned thats. Willis Allen". 831 Com'tli. vs. l.ee.llobs. 4978 adopted the design Qf a flag, (made Com'Ui. vs. Hubert .Raker. STO Com'tli. vs. Hardin Baize, ct al. 4979 Com'th. one out of such materials as they had s. Joshua c'tawe. 572 Com'tli. vs.- HardJn Ualze, et al. 49W Com'tli. vs. Rlclinnl Slewing.. and mounted It upon the parap.'t. was 573 Com'tli. vs. Frank Allen, et al. Copy Attest: who Colonel Marlnus Will .tt,; Ks77 Com'tli. vs. Le-- .Watts, et al. there with a regiment and who was S79 Cam'th. s. John Clever. second in command, has recorded that 882 .Com'tli. vs. Flelden Hulze, et al. "the white stiipes were cut out it the 8S3 Com'tli. vs. Flelden Baize, et al. ammunition shiits furnished by FOR FLETCHER'S iHuize, el til. soldiers, the blue out of the caniL.t SSt Com'tli. vs. Chas. 8815 I Com'th. vs. Josle Ward. cloak taken from the enemy at P i9)l Com'.th. vs Kstll Goff. , while the red strip s were nutde 902 Com'tli. vs. Estll Goff. Notice. of different pieces of stuff procured !i03 Com'tli. vs. Estll Goff. from one and another of the garriTo the members of Ueda Local N(. Gpff. son." Lossing says that the blue came 9M Com'tli. ,vs. Kstll A. S. or E. Lodge will nwt In leg-u905 Com'Ui. vs. Estll Goff. from a cloth cloak belonging to Capsession Saturday night Oct. 19. AH 906 Com'tli. vs. Estll Goff. tain Abraham Swartwout of Duch , mombeis who have not hKned the to907 Cpni'th. vs. Estll Goff. County, but he does not give an aubacco pledge will iU well to rame an.t thority for It. It Is pltasnnt to think 909 Com'th. vs. Andrew King, et al. sign for the pledge will close soon. ;911 Com'tli. vs. Frank Smalhvood. that the first American flag used in MARVIN HAIKU, Se'ey. 'otn'Ui. vs. Oscar McKInn &'. battle or siege contained a piece of an enemy's uniform, und Colonel Wll-- 1 915 Com'Ui. vs. Geo. Myers. 1916 Com'th. vs. Hasliel Kitchens. ttt certainly ought to have known 444444444444 1923 Com'tli. vs. Geo. Jewell. flag !wiib made of. what that 1924 Com'Ui. vs. Geo. Jewell. as The day on which this flag 923 Cam'th. vs. Thomas Render. made was tlio duy or very neur It. on 1927 Com'th. vs. Frank ilcFurland. surgeon In ' the wlUcli Dr. TJiacher, 928 Com'th. vs. Frank Slclrlnnd. Continental hi my, learned and record1929 Com'th. vs. Frunk MeFaiiand. ed in his Journal that congr, ss hud 930 Com'th ,vs. Frank McFarland. agreed upon a design for the flag. It Is true thut this, wus seven weeks 931 Com'th. vs. Frank SlcFailand. action of congrets, it 932 Com'th. vs. Uill Taylor. in a woman's wardrobe is an becoming Hat. We use all diligence every season to provide our trade with such a variety of the newest and best shapes and trimmings, that any taste can easily be gratified. No good new things escape our notice and any lady's face can be matched with a becomming Hat. We don't ask you to come here and buy your flat without you find it to your personal interest, after seeing the styles we show. But we do insist on your coming in to see our display of new Fall Millinery. Many exclusive styles in pattern Hats are represented in our showings. The productions of our own work rooms display the rarest taste and superb workmanship. The Misses and Children come in for their share of pretty Hats. We never forget the children. Bring them along. Our Hats will add to up-to-da- te, their appearance. E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. I.le'i-tena- nt e - ll, Children Cry C ASTOR A lw Ur f NEW llillinery line of after the but rts hi-(- p n. was a month before th; flag wus officially promulgated. The Gansevoort uniform Is said to be the only revolutionary uniform except Washington's In the national museum. It is u valuable addition to tlio revolutionary to accessible souvenirs til) public. Hut we wish that Peter Gansevoort nnd saved Uiu flag under which lie defended Fort- Schuyler, and .tjhat It wu that flag .which his delsjcendants had present si to the tatlon. Philadelphia Recoid. - 2nd DAY. e. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A NoJ)oubt of It. "WILSON HIS OWN MAiNAGKIf The Governor cun hardly export to baitt Xhe Colonel on Uils issuo. Nev York Eienlnt Bun. Com'th. vs. Chas. DeWcefce, et al. 1936 Com'th. vs. Orvllte Crowe, 1937 Com'th. vs. Oswald llocker. 1938 Com'th. vs. Orvlllo Crowe. 1939 Com'th. vs. Ell Wright. 1911 Goffl'th. vs. William Lunkfoid. 1943 Com'Ui. vs. William Lunkfoid. 914 Com'Ui. vs. II. E. Plence. I!H6 Upm'th. vs. H. E. Pierce. HI Com'Ui. vs. H. K. Pierce. 948 Com'th. vs. William Dennett. 4949 Com'th. ,vi. William lietinelt. 9U Com'th. vs. Austin Howling, 1951 Com'th. vs. Austin Hon ling, 1952 Cam'th. vs. Aunt In Hon ling. I9M Com'th. . App Robins, et al. 9U Com'th. vs. Geo. My eis. I9S6 Com'.th. vs, Wilbur Hailey. , 907 Com'th. vs. Wilbur Halley. .CCS Com'th. vs. Austin Jlowling, et ial. 1931 Kail is again here nnd I am prepared to show the ladies of Hartford and vicinity a beautiful Fall Hats Inspection invited and hope to see you at my store. I Miss Poppie Nail Over Jtoxenblatt'a Store. ephone Exchange Tel- '4 KY. 1X9 9C2 9C3 Com'Ui. ComUh. vt. Walter Patterson. I Entrance 9t vs. Leonard Wedding, et il. Com'th. vs. Alton Forrla. Com'th. vs. Alton Purrls. HARTFORD. - rffffffffffffT vWbw $ . Mr. 1M At note attended the Meeting tlrnml Lodse nt returning li'iinc Ln.ilThins-da- Coat Suits And Cloaks if Uio Masonic I1I llih w ci'k y, BIG GUSHER STRUCK NEAR HARTFORD Four Hundred Barrel Will Come in Wlionovr your piirehnacs amount ' to Co. stfiio $2i at tlio Olijo Cmiiijy Jnt you "t a Harmony Talking Midline 30f Ail v. fietv n protracted HfV. T. V. Joint r night. Wednc-- Iny Itiei'tliiK nt UiisIivii Ho Ih unlisted In the mwtliiK ly Itev. J. V. Crovvr. I I Business will crease. In- the Ladies to remember that we are headquarters for anything in Coat Suits and Long Cloaks. We have no hesitancy in saying that we can please you in quality, style and price. Already our sales have been beyond our expectation, and We want every week finds us receiving new goods. FQr SATURDAY we will have some special-lgood values in Children's Wraps. member this and keep in mind that y It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. ISkl&Gb, Hartford Republican. Kill DAY, OCTOUKK 18. Itov. T. V. Joiner siwn,' vbilttng bin church members .vicinity, recently. a few days In the No-Gre- M.H.&E. lailroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. Mr. llnnkcll Kitchens, iof near Itochas-tir- , was n pleasant caller at TJie office yesterday. J. Ney Foster, Jutdor Kdltor of The Republican, returned yesterday from a U &A N. tta card effective Monday business libp to Louisville. Auc. 2UC Ir. and Mrs. C. K. Smith attend . Bound xh ?:! Na. ed the meeting of the Masonic Grutid except Sunday, dally ., Lodge at Louisville this .week. 114 Nortli Bound due 3:40 p. 112-Non- No. daily except Sunday. No. US South Bound due 8:45 a. m- - j wJn dally except Suaday. Ne. US 8ouU Bound due 1:41 p dally ezeept Sunday. H. B. MISCHKB Aft Mrs. Hooker Williams few dun In Louisville. Is spending n. county Mutual Telenhone Co f0on be hl operation as ,Uie .wttch- board has been installed hcire. TJlc Ollio If you want a home on the fxrm ! ' HLI ,WSLlEV. lOtr Adv Hartford. Ky.,'lt. K. D.'No. J . V ' of. Mis? Hay Hosenblatt. of HaAtcwIllc. The .Tnloi" Mines utrlng band Xumlslied the music Miss Itny ItosiejUilaU, of iHawesvllle, arrived yesterday to Jjo the guest of her brother Mr. NaUilan ItosenWatt. y home Sho will be awoiiipanlijd Mr. Jtosenblatt Sunday. , Wlwai you Kt ioadyfofyour grans IVvwson .wTPotttrMin, Paiq:-- s br. K. and rje aeod let ma ea'il Springs, was In Hartfprd Tuelay and are right. . L. KINO, Wednesday. . JtartorH," HO'. tf Adv. "Ater spending the summer a,t quu-tauqu(Mr. K. V. Park has accented a N. Y Miss Mary Taylor,, hat ns 8,iJefmHn In tlio clothing stole returned home. A of The. Louisville bargain House, Mr. Harold Holbrook ,wlll leave MonDronriator, . day for New MeUo. where he will spend tlio winter. t Victoria and little eon KsUl KVicmm oCpek fro.n M- Miss Mury Spauldlng left Monday for vlslteU Bi uarnurd a motvUi's vUU to her mqther and FrWay unta gunaay and attendcJ , friends In Chicago. ' ohurch. -JoTner, pastor of the Mfttho- Jtov. T. V. Uw latest button l to churcji will fill lite regular appoint- - Bln,nB machine ond am prepared dbit inent here Sunday. mio a make all kinds of buttons. A. I. .NALL. Cauyon 'SMfi tram fie I up, ran, atartford, Ky. UU. Adv. rlvtfi on the ' Talking Machine a Ohjo Counjy brus Oo. Vf 'Miv Profi yyxL lfedrlck and fajmily Jiave tl fo'- Moj'or James 11. Wllllanui .went to r4w(igel their rcsUcn-y Tuesday to attend the In- - nM prppeity to t':o l.'n: '.wVl: Louisville on the comer of X'H.'xtiy ut I I't'oi ternatlonul Sunday School ConvwiUon. jj you noi'd a goai wncait dri'd cair M'.ieels. ' 8AI.KdMA.N WANTi:D-.- o" and (we mo about the kind I Ml". 'our Inttutl In i.'i'o t.d tttj. iti i uu S. L. KJNO, JlorriforU, Ky Adv lf -.'.: re ans- at- - ties. Salmy cr . t i i"- Kkkr W. U. UNCCLN OK. CO. a -,l .1.. lH.AMinitnMll Slll.lnV Retl03l ICTHMI1K uio mm"""""" Cleveland, O. j AUy, CoW&tlon at Louisv,llle lUdt (vnfk. from Tuesday until Thursday. paying location. SALK:-W- ell KOU AjW. Address. Hdltor this office., Mrs. b. K." Stewart, of bundee, .vlsltc-- l Mns. J. It. Plitlo a few days this week. Miss On ell Kielden ha returned ho.ne ' after a visit to lelathes In Owcns-boro. Mns. J. i3. rVigle .left Wednesday to a mnkc an extended visit with 'her daughv ter, Mrs. T. JJ. l'etrle, of Brazil, Ind. bcWeese, of Horse branch br. Chailes Sir. W. T. Woodward was the guest of wus In Uie, city Tuesday. his son, Mr. Paul W.oodward, of Lou! Mr. Clurence beWee, of KordsIIlo. vllle and his daughter. Stlss Corlnno Woodward, of Lexington, several days was In tho city Wednesday. am, Is recently. MnrleAHtlnr"ofifeaTer . Mlfcs The young men gave a dance Bjt br. the guest of relatives here. Louisville Bean's rink Thursday nlglrt In honor Miss VeTOtt"bTikcwairTn a . . pf a, inosl-rtKj- fc yj.-,.,- ,,. jnuJj Ql-v- cta '. :; :il: v.tr -- ' w7iSddf r- i wlm (ulvitCtO, for Tilie Wnit Kentucky Oil Company, of tUoy.,luw you tlicy" wtm,t mid ijiirjct'l this place, broiiKlit In well No. 2, it t ypur trade. They f.j ypu wiling j,'wy la,rrel Ktinl.er, Wednesday afternoon have for ile. Try ,tli"ni. It it believed that this will prove thai Tor tl.fiO you oim gt"t a coiy of "TJio Inrgist prudii(ir-' In Kentucky. The rucli Vu"jtiire C;,nvv'' anil one yearn juiljerll-tlo- n to Tho KopubJlciin. lingular jprijo of oil uns so great that riores of nit-vvltli picks and pliuvels vvei-pnsved In-- J of tlio book ntono Is fl.fXI. to set vice to Unovv up emhajikiments' BBV BBV Have Just. rcce.lv cd a ir Jiul of gjr. nml dig ditch to divert Uie flow In the Inuli brain Tiling. I dci:lred dlicction. I W. K. HMdS, Well No. 2 Is on the Snell farm five I IrqJ.iCuM,''rfi'in,t, miles north of Hartford. Oil was struck Jlcntforrl, fi'- Adv nt n dnptli of UCO feet, Tlie oil hns al ready beensubjected to .various njiprov'd tw In Jlar:-foA. J. Oliver will Hon. Mniulsiy to rpcnk .for ,the Jtejiub'.l-can- s tests and show 2i cent gvsollno. nml Hon. Ilfji Juhnnon ivvlll bo Jic.'e Well No. 1, was hrotimlit In about two mouths nno and Is piodiiclng fifty the miiiip ilay to speak tor the Ueiii-bands dally. Well No. .I, located Jn tile title patty. same lotnllty Is expected ti be brought . 1). Taylor nml it. T. TayJlri.fi.-J. lor, of IIoij'i'm Keny ni.l rt. I.. Tnlor. in wiiiini ten uajs. Ilhe West Kentucky Oil Company, of bo lviilb, TeNas, wire the guests of l.oulslile nnd ami .Sunday of their briiUior, Dr. vvhldli Is composed Hartfonl cnpltullslH, have truiksat their ' Joe W. Talor, nntl fnnill. n wells, and l,s innklng nirangemcnts .o Mr. C. A. I.lmiley, who conducts build a pipe lino to the L. & N. track. haidwiue nml Implement xtoie nt Matin-ran- , n mile dlstiuit. It will begin shipping paid The llepubllcan a call Kilday. at once, having made contracts with a another Ho ren. vcd his subscription number of purchateis. enr 'Hid ordered a lot of stationery brllllng hns bten going on nt .he Hires printed. wells for jionie time, nnd the guj.Jif.-- r 'n Mrs. Houhii llolbruok iiiiil Mrs. C vvx-No. 2 clearly demonstrates that M. Harnett took their Sunday School tliere is nn oil field In this county. classes for an nfternooji's outing Tues- T,ho oil boom w ill bring hundreds of dol. day afternoon In Muddy bottoms. Af- Ia,rs to Hartford and In a few days ter gathering nuts for sometime u de- thorp will no doubt be many prospectors lightful lunch was served. in tow n. Qhcft'.ni'l "tellhin pol" WANTED-J- M Mr. A. Barker, who hns'hcicn In biut-nes- n 23 feet Jonif. Not Ics Uwui 6 fa&vfl I" at Sebiee, Ky.. for .several year, at sma end. diameter OHIO COUNT V K.V11MKHS' MUTUAL has sold his entire stock, at that place and moved to Hntford .nnd rented the TIU.HPHONK CO., BnrraM-Heavbuilding ,on Alain street, HaJ'iford, Ky Adv. cA by JVurnarid & Oo.Hfl Mr. A1m llai ker. who formerly V" formerly occup ducted n dry Kods store nt iebi e, Ay., vvljl cany a ruff stock pjitlrely of gents Aools furnishings, Uu les aind rmcins" siloes, bo4.i Im oiwjicd up a new line of (In Connection With S. Rosenblatt, Hawesville.) formerly occur fed .oy and mens' chttlUng e.tc. He Is an exIn ithe bulldlnK Ilanvtrd & Co. Mr. barker Jias L iiKa.Bjd perienced mecltant and pomes (well recommended fio our c.lty. He has bein the serlces of Mr. Kstlll Joined recently by .Mrs. barker, and Halexman. they hav,e secured rooms with MraLucy Attorney K. M. WoodwHnd was in Thursday Hubbard. Frankfprt Wednesday ond where lie aijmed the coee of ithe iBroa.1- It Looks Like Crime. Jvay Coal Co. vs. llobert ltobefrtnon to separate a boy from a bxxpf ,Buck-len- 's whirfi ,was appealed frpm the Ohio CirArnica Salve. His nlniplep, bolls, cuit Court. .Whllie In ttlic Ulue Grass knocks, sprains and lr,uHog dent Roosevelt have been, first and made a slurt scratphesf section Mr. "Woodward FILE C8NTEST demand t, ond its quick relief iforbur'H, (Woodforemost, a brave and impartial enforcelsit to his sister. Miss Curlnne or cuts is lis rlgiht. Keep jt ment of the law. The prosecution of Ilward, whp Is In school a Kentucky scadsf handy for boys, aly girls. Jloals legal .trusts and monopolies, Uie exState Unltersily, Lexington. thing hoa&b and does J,t quick. posure' and punishment of evildoers tn !Mr. A. M. l'aliner. of Auburni N. V., On,y 23 cents at for piles. the public service, the more effective wlvo exchanged .work with Mr. Setli I Adv. Attacked and regulation of Uie rates and service of County Unit Law all druggists. Moselcy, atrlvcd here Tuesday, (while great transportation lines, the Uie Mr. Moseley and family hne moved to Boston Wins the Matter to ,hi Taken to World's Champion complete overthrow of preferences, reAuburn. We regret very much to lose bates and. discriminations, the arbitraship. nest Courts. Mr. Moseley and family but wclopme Mr the tion pf labor disputes, the amelioration Jm the closest arleis necorded plnce the Palmer. of the condition of wage workers everyworld's Cihamplonshlp scheme InauguraMrs. Sallle Ashby died Saturday Oct. The Muhlenberg Argus, published ut where, the conservation of Uie nation.vic12 .at her home near MqHenry and ted the BoKon lied Box came out al resources of the country, Uie forward torious over their opponents, the Nw Central City, says: Interment following the next day, ,tlie On another .page pf this Issue Is pub- step In Uie Improvement of Uie Inland York Giants. The lied Hox got a good funeral being preaqhed by Jtev. il. I, end of folic flfi pajne lished official notice that there has waterways, and always the earnest supbrown. Mrs. Ashby's brpUier nd sister, lead and at the It atodd, boston three, Jvw York ono, been filed In Greenville a contest ef port and defense of every wholesome Mr. and Mrs. Qliarles Ashby, pf the recent e'lectlon held to determine safeguard which has made more Becure who had iieen called to the and one tie gamp, but ilie Glan,ts, ,were and game and by winning tiwio MralgliOi .tied whether or not liquor shall be cold In the guarantees of ll$e, liberty bedside, were present for the burial, .Tlip plaintiffs In prappnty. Muhlenberg county. . games. Things looked bpd for the Mr". K. A. Smith and wire, pf bed and V. that In the deciding game Wpdnesdav the contest nae John ,T. May "Tlnese are the achievement Bay, Alabama, were tls guests recently young Bedleut pitted pgalnqt tlie W. Wells, e,tc. will make for Theodore Hooacvelt nts with of the former's brother, Qoun,ty (Attorney The contest s a lengthy document and place in history, hut more than all grand old pitcher qiirfcity AlajtlKvson C. K. Smith and wife, itluey tliuvlng been makes all sorts of allegations against else, itlip great filings tliat he has The game was played in Ikwton land a galled to this county ito pttqnd the great crowd braved the chilly weather the legality of Uie recent election In done will be an Inspiration to thoie mothier, M'. of Mrs. timlthVs. to see the batters. The,y were oeintalii-l- y this county. Kvcii the original bv as who .have .yet greater things to do. Sally .Ashby. pf Uio iWcst llipvldence re,warded for It was ,tlie (most sensa- passed by .tli leglslatuie Is attacked Wp declare our unfaltering adherence to nelghborihood. Mr. Smith has been quite tional game of tlie erls, At t,he end from a legal standpoint. The fact ts the policy thus Inaugurated, (and pledge successful In tho banking business 'n of the ninth the wore Mood 1 and '. recited .tha,t Central City tasked for a their continuance under a llopvibltcan Alabama for several yeoni.and dilp (ma"y In New York's first lialf of the tcaitli separate election and the request was administration of tlie government." friends In ,thls county ,wlll ,be glad o with Alathewsou working like a clock dented. It Is claimed that Ccnliul City hear of his success. . It looked all over .with liaston. How- was entitled to this privilege. Mr. Ansel Wilson, of noar Hontpn, lled ever guine to ,tlie core (Uie lied Spx scorJudge Suns, of Howling Green, Is as. very suddenly of heart disease u,t hi ed itwo and ended the bcrlfs the cihaui-plo- n Boclated Willi Willis and Meredith, of Saturday mpmlng ait 1 o'clock. tlie contest, home Greenville. In prosecuting ' of tho vuti Id. will sell day before ho was p.pparcntly In hy nnd It has been a6"ertd Jjy certain Th? and best bidder. ill goo.d healtli r.s usual, but Itopk wets'" In Central City that Uie case T. K. Asks Wilson to Answer Saturday night. Funeral services ,vvere will be taken to the $uprcme Cour.t of house door Ky., Questions. conducted Sunday nnd ,tihe lvmalns the United States, If nocessary. It Is about 1 o'clock p. m., .wjlilch Theo- appaient that tlieie will be a long leIn the Alt. Vernon cemotery ,thut Heie are four Monday, Oct. 21, 1912, afitemoon. Mr. Wilson wps pne of our dore Iloosevell asks .Wpodiow iWlhfn to gal baUle. county's mpnt respectable citizens and answer. The questions ,we.ro not prlgl-llite- d Tlio quebtlon has arisen as to live re- following: by Col. lloosevelt but were giv- newal of saloon license during such .a held in high esteem. He iwcib In his work mules One span saven,ty-nlntyear and Itxiive a wlfc an.l en him b'y u head waiter pf a ilifttel. Cm'. contest, which may last for jeais. omo sevoral olilldren to mourn his dcpaituio. Itosevelt has conuiienUd upon Uieui dry ay Uie license can not be renewwagon, one work horse, HartXoid play lovus .will be given tin and now asks Wilson to answer t!iem, ed but the suloon m?n laugh at UiU one first-cla- ss cow, theory and insist ihojt (they vian keep seeing "Kingdom of Tlie questions nit-- ; opportunity of two-hon- e plow, 1. 1b it not a (ivct tltat tihe la.vs open until tho election Is finally de- one Hearts Content" u oollnge comedy dnimo Nio. new ground presented at br. Htnn'fi Opera iHouse of a State under ,wlilJi a arpoiTitlon cided. They say the same law will pre- one two-hors- e Is organized picilbe Its pivcr? vail under which Uiey kept open Saturday night Oct. 1S. This play plow, one duilng their content. given by a Mcllcnry tioup composed, of Np. 2. uie not all the powers of the tree, one double A, harrow, nineteen members all pf which posnatH Standard OH and similar tmonfipollea con It Was True Thekvlt Is Trie Mow one corn furred by the lows of New Jersvy? severHartford has theoitrlcal talent. two cross No. 3. Could not tihese powiPis be rur. nooscvelt was Uie man about phom al .times been visited by McHenry itioiitis saws, oner wire1 stretcher, hary Oils was jwrltten in lfOS In the Republiand oi every occasion the presentation tailed by amendments to the New othcan riaAforni. laws? ness, sledge been a success and highly cqmim uJo has "In ttts, Uio great era of Annerlum No. 4. Why lias Mr. iWilFon s Govby Ipcal critics. Thin play' met 'with too er great success In Mcllcnry lut Satuid'iy ernor of New Jersey not ireA'onunendil udvnncement, the llepubllcflii paity lias such amendments? reahid Its highest sctvIco under the numerous to mention. Also night and consequently i was dccd-leaderliip of Theolore Itoosevvlt. Ills a hay. Jirlng It to Hartford, fillie setting j admliiUtratlou Is un epoch In Amerloin i Puts Eud to Bad Habits. n coloiado and the story Is muiie .IP $5 and unThings novfr look bnUrlit topn ,wl"!i hlstoiy. In no oUicr period since life. lUesUles tho inqstly of xiollOKe Over $5 on twelve MVereignty wus won under Wash. der, cash. comedy drama Air. Thud iWllkerhon, who 'Uilie, blues." Ten to ono Mia itiyiuble iis a to a ,HHutfoiU uu. luBisli liver, rjltlnv 6!w sy,H)iin with Ington, or peitervtd under Lincoln, has months time with approved needs no Intioducitlon In IiIb bllllous poison, ,tlat r. ICfnjrfe No'V theie been such mighty progress dlcnce. will be on tlw proguyn security. ideals of Government which make dancing. AluwJc will bo Ulte IUls "Puid exjel. Try tliem. L-- t thu.'-singing and Justice, equality and fair dealing W. furnished by special onc'.iestrp. Wis an tlie Jjy of Uttr . feelOnjas land "IM for tuihbut and give the Mcllcnry flk bjues." Bot tor UHiup!i lvr and among men. Agent for Z. Wayne Ellis. "The great accompllslujunts of 1'real- Ifcidneyi. Kc At ail dl "ffSltt. Ady i a Sood reception. -- ri,yotio t',0i Murvsey Under- - I I I I wear 1T- I I I I nl ir ci 1 The Sat-unb- iy I Whole I I Family! HARTFORD, KY. rl i Rosenblatt's fWisheul I I -- I I a "WETS" ieer. INJUHLENBEBG is lif Okla-hpm- e, bJ-)-to- PUBLIC SALE! I qiie.-ttlo- to the highest at the court Hartford, next the of h aud milch turning be-fo- ie turning quadruple drill, cut Je-ho- hammer and farming implements l lot of ul Tenmofsale, il e E. ELLIS. , n Li SHE DIED FOR WITCHCRAFT Mas Ion 6 ttr. Story of Early Days York 8tate Village Woman Slain With Silver Bullets. In a New HAVE YOl'R SUITS Directory Counts Oliie lllctivcr Unin, (I. 1. Join, Jlouto S, Mart Will praotlco his iroftslon in Uils. ford, W. 1. liirp, lUisJnv. I'oiirt cnii- -, and aiijutnJue counties. CominurcJnJ vein flint Monday hi lunar) tunl urn tlmics thr.o tki, tlilnl Mtmilay In April, and CriJHlnal l'mrlicu a Specialty. 1 Cleaned Pressed r ... nv. W - Hf4f4MtrJlCs WM ARADF0RD. w as a watcrprooflns; coat and as an Cement plaster artistic coloring. does not require painting bo often as clapboards it is true. One coat every Ave years should be enough to keep the building in first class condition in any atmosphere. As a general thing the cement plaster siding Is liked because It gives the impression of permanence and It is sometimes quite a problem to durability at a cost only slightly in (design a house of medium size anil excess of that for clapboards. At the moderate cost for a large family. If same time It affords a slight protec- lone Is able to put up a residence of 'unlimited size with wings and ells addltlous, at the same land third-stor(time having no thought as to the cost, BcdPm BexPm -fthe task of the architect In providing io oxiir is (suitable accommodations for all the (members of a large household Is comparatively easy. All he has to think lof Is the architectural effect; and, CtTcJ MallI Jotter things being equal, the larger the house the more beautiful and It is from an architectural bed Unfortunately, however. , (Standpoint Jor rather fortunately, the great majority of home builders in this country havo to count the cost and have to figure to get the required accommodations In a residence of medium ilze and cost. """VAnd. it is Just this which has (brought Ihe science of house planning c to such perfection during the past Second Floor Plan. Ifour or five years. Architects have a special study of the require- tlon against fire, even though wood jmade ments of the small or medium sized lath Is used. With metal lath the (residence with the result that today cement plaster coating may become a JAmerlcan house planning has reached real flreprooflng. This design, combining these deslr ja degree of perfection never before equaled. able modern features of materials, InThe house Illustrated herewith is terior arrangement and exterior apJone of these designs. In size 29 feet pearance Is one of the best yet proIfi inches by 36 feet and costing $3,000 duced. this house gives ample accommodation for a large family. The first RECALLS DAYS OF INDIANS (floor is very little broken up, most of (the space being given to the large Old Church Near Elba, In Michigan, living room, 13 by 28 feet; the dining Has Had a Most Interesting (room, 18 by 18 feet, and the large cenHistory. tral stair hall connecting these two 4rooms. Thus more than An old Indian church, mute relic of .fit the entire downstairs space is avail-'bi- s a bygone age, still stands on the for activities of the home life. Augerot farm, near the little village of The large porch, 26 feet 6 Inches by Elba, in Michigan. 7 feet, forms a valuable addition also The old structure Is a century old Jto this space. and It has been over fifty years since The second floor, on the other its walls echoed to the hymns of the jhand, is divided Into five bedrooms, worshipers. ieach rather small, yet large enough Standing in the middle of a large stor all practical purposes. Each bed- field of yellowing oats, the old church TOIIIsm lll answer A. Radford and give advltn 1'HEK Of COBT on all subjects pertaining to the subject of bulldlnir, for tlie readers of this paper. On account of his wide rxptilence as Kdltor. Author nnd Manufacturer, ha la. without doubt, tha highest authority en all these subjects Addrcs all Inquiries llo William A. Radford. No. ITS West Jjorkson boulevnrd, Chicago, III., and only stamp for reply. isnclose two-ce- questions Esperanco, N. Y. Esperanco, meaning hope, Is one of the oldest villages in these parts. It was known ns State Ilridgo In the Revolution, n name which occurs often In the military orders Issued at tho time Gen. 'William North, an old on the staff of Washington, lived there for the time, for the scenery Is splendid and the village nestles by the creek at thp very bottom of a 'great basin spreading out to the north, south, east nnd west. The atmosphere Is always usually Is clear and the verdure tinged with the rich blackness which It gets from thunderstorms. General North bought the land hcre the village now stands and established a system of ground rants Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and delivered. month. Repaired. Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per ClrcuM Court-- T. P. lllrkliend. Judge; Ben V. ItlnBO, Attorney; W. 1 Mldklff, Jailer; K. O. Ilnrnifs, Cltrk; K. L. Felix, Master Coninilnloticr; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. II. Illack. Slier- Iff, Hartford. Djjutl(-- s. O. Kiun, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAUTI-'OHD- , KY. (two weeks, tlilrd Monday in uutlnr two weeks. County Court.-- U. It. Wedding, Judge; W. S. Tlnslty, Clerk, U. K. Smith, Attorney, llurlford. Court convenes flist Monday In each month. Barnes & Smith Attorneys at Law h Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. M, asflr2JS9HgggggggBHgPgggHgl A. ULDC1., HARTFORD, KY. aBi9HKcaNvHKaiijKlHbl kKntHsjBBBBBBBl BsYw'aMJkneKaBAw j ILHbkSmIH LsBBBBBiaeeeeeeeeeeeTa y r""TP5n Jiuri owe I Be-dD- GILLESPIE BROS. W. H.& V J, aMp-zfr- lite jElla' i y an J. F. GILLESPIE Proprietors RhY SSSJ Sl3LI& t iSuaUBfi xatiaKSHsViHyHHl aM;iB5fcBai' V,Tlt ''jSHIJis::6ttM2SSBai!l B LAGKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK weunesuay '!' In Monday TVieiiiuer, Devemuer. Frl.Iay after Uih' ltofort, Friduy xMoll!1y Match. iil Monduy Inin Ji.no, Friday wftfr ufler 3id uuer aril Monday in Lccciiiber. .n,C:VlJck,,?" Cemertown. Saturday ir'iM 0,."Iay. In M"fc. Saturday nt " "iie, saiuiuuy utler '?nMUy .'" Alonday Iii ,?"'"", Satulduy December. i ""flay aftet "..Ti Monday In ",'"1Vow TuitfJuy Mure i. after 'lid Molliliiv In l.... n. Monday 1 Augu.'Vuc 3a7a er 2nd Monday In No ember. ihoiiius Olaton. after tho Sunders. .Monday inWednesday second Wednesday after 2nd Monday InMarch May.' Wednesday after 3rd Wednesday after 2nd Monday !!, n0v"w: Monday Quarterly quurterly Coiirt-Uel- ns on HARTFORD, KY. the fourth Monday In February, May, V. II. Ii.ini'B imI C. E. Meiasm. August and No ember. Court of Claims Convenes first Tues- Smith atinotuicu Uunt Uiy luivo ifunn-- a day In Jnnuuiy and first Tuevday In iwrUuirjsli'.j) tit tiliu Boiwrul imic-Uc- o October, of Uw, cxctjit crlniliMl and dlwr Other County Offlccrt-- C. S. Uoxficy, atsoB, Mr. Smith bulug CouiMy Attor-rif- y Survejor, Fordsvllle, Ky., J. F. D. la jvnivonticd frxwn iiracblcluj; such No. 2; IJcrnurd Felix .Assessor, HartwJU Individually ford, Ky., It. f. D. No. :; Henry Leach. census. Mr. Uuriu Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. II. aoccijit bucJi pniiCtloa in Office Hlley, Coroner, Hartford. Hartford Kcpubliatn bullelliife', l!n.rt-lor- d, JUSTICES' COURTS. Ky. . o. V.UUIIIUCIIU11I, uirworu, iuesuay after Jrd Monday In March, Tuemluy utter 3rd Momluy In June, Tuestlw after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday ufl-- r irii Monday In December. YANCY L. MOSLEY, .' ,Scolt Cromwell, Wudni-tluuftcr 3rd.' Monday In March, Wednesday ulter 3rd Monduy in June, Wednesduy after -- rT i alter 3rd Attorney ". HARTFORD, at Law KY. ?r -- fi '""" Will practice his profession in all tha Courts of Ohio and ndjolnlus counties and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank. i. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD Ohio County . Y. Home of "Witch." tohlch every one buying a lot and owning a bouse had to pay, a practice which continued for ever a hundred years. His daughter, Henrietta, described as a gifted woman, changed the name of this pretty spot to Esperanco . On the hill above Esperance is an old stone Presbyterian church whose exact date Is not known. But there is a tradition connected with It which goes back until It was a vivid memory in the minds of men. During the Napoleonic wars, a soldier of France wandering westward with his wife and babies to find a home came to the pretty hamlet on the Schoharie and decided to stay. The man did not live long, and soon passed out of XBtYSIMMSUCCEMt mind and memory, for neither he nor SPECIAL OFFER: his wife could talk a word of Eng'JUS a MU Rtv.BnliM. AtrUdwUP lish, so they made only a few acBukaToa oar MtuiMDt easterner. SriM rAllertlM RWkk.ltnrl'tlcSift-quaintances and fewer friends. UUHiBaBHB t.f IS ktndS) TM.MW. Left alone the widowed woman UMtsri.cHt' liuj-- l TUMlrs la til. lived in a little house on the outskirts of the village, planting her Write toay; Mention thit Paper. garden, raising chickens, and managing in ber frugal French way to live. SEND lO CENTS Perhaps she went to the town, gaunt i to eorw postH u vcklac ud rceit ttU Ttl di( eoiMCtioa em nni itiutii, voftuwr iu ny lIUWaCUTfJe BNIUIM and hungry, to pick up some odd ruit I MlUftUtbQttesBMtVWltiMOffeRutl.t. J work or to ask for some relief. At kH.w.ittM,,3MusiJc&o,Br.lia.i any rate she pould not talk English and was mysterious. They called her - ijjaaip yTsrr..3 ' J . , av3SBjfisJBIasM.. tSylPiiMitniijTffi" vr i "the Grenadier woman," and before lv long some misfortune was laid to her, Ai5r'Jty' jZJaiajaisSSMSjSWigjBMssja 7JyssMiy sbsbws ' v..-- v t's s '. fcv SB so that the townfolk came to look upon her as a witch. This sealed her fate. In a solemn conclave in the church her death was THE voted, and she was shot with silver SEWING bullets molded from teaspoons some MACHINE one had brought from down east. The ' OF men chosen for the task peered In at QUALITY. her cabin window, and saw her cooking in front of the open fire. Two foom has a clothes closet In connec- rears Its square mission steeple. It little children were playing on the floor beside her when they raised NOT tion. servtiB as a monument to the once their clumsy guns and fired. SOLD The general design and exterior poworful tribe of Nlpisslng Indians. of this house Is of a type She was burled with a stake UNDER For many years the church has ANY 'which right now is enjoying a great been used as a granary and store through her head, and an evergreen OTHER It is exceedingly simple, house. A slant roof shed has been tree was planted to mark the spot. popularity. NAME. being square and plain and without added to one side for the storing of One of the boys who remembered the (ornamentation, yet the low hip roof, implements. Tho altar and pews are occurrence lived to be past ninety jthe grouping of tho windows, the pro- gone, and where once the redskin years of age and told it to the last WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. jecting sill courses and the general knelt in prayer now lay heaps of with all the vividness of youth, pointIf you imrclinso the NKW HOMK you will ing out where her cabin stood and lmvo a llfo proportion of the parts unite to make grain. asset nt tlio price you juiy, nnd will (this a very pleasing design. Erected as It was in the days of log often visiting the tree. This man was not have it u endless chalu of repulm. by Andrew Cement plaster on wood lath Is the houseB, the church war a triumph of appointed postmaster method of construction used for this the builder's art at that time. The Jackson and removed by Grover t n Quality design. 3tucco Biding has been used massive timbers are as firm and Cleveland in 1885. lOlmoet to tho entire exclusion of Considered strong as they were a years shingles, etc., on ull houses ago. It is said to have hundred been the first REACH U. S. AFTER HARDSHIPS it is the (built during the past three or four building In these parts sided years and has proved entirely satis- boards. It was plastered at one with Cheapest time, factory. When this form of siding but this has fallen off. Mother and Three Tots Walk 250 in the end Miles; Sleep In Fields to Save On the heavy pine door can bo seen Money. to buy. the tracing of what appears to be a big I Porch round sun, probably symbolical of the If you wimt a sewing machine, write for New York. "My but that's a game deity. our latest catalogue before you purchase. Previous to about 1860 the country Dunch," said an Immigration officer as be passed Mrs. Mary Skllvlnek and The New Horns Sewing Machine Co, Orapge, Mass. In this vicinity belonged to the Nipls-sluIndian reservation. The tribe ber three children, Edna, 'nine; Josef, had three large villages. One winter seven, and Anne, five, through the barge office. 130.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH smallpox got into the village and hunFor your spare time Experience not need, dreds of the red men died. The tribe Fire years ago the woman's ed. Want an actie man In this locality. became so small that the government Josef, a farmer of Deraum, la To Introduce lis to your friends. We pay Living Pm opened the reservation to the whites. Bohemia, determined to seek his for- laiRcst cash benefltn when sIcK, Injured, i3ffxoy 2P) And today not an Indian remains. tune In the new world. By hard work nnd at death, for smallest cost. and first New York Times. JHall , they finally sent htm pllcant from Cash.Iionus offer toquick np and this place. Write for on bis way, and later heard from him particulars. Early Morning Exercise. in Colorado. A year ago bis letters THE 835. Covington. Ky. It is a good habit to go to bed early ceased, and the mother decided to fol enough to rise in time for a little low. By selling everything she own Porch exercise preliminary to the bath. Kor ed, the mother secured money which the normal Individual a little simple she thought enough for the Journey Mr'exercise either with simple apparatus To make doubly sure, she and the litFirst Floor Plan. like the chust weights, or without tle ones trudged the 250 miles from I AM PREPARED any at all, will their litsuffmu first Introduced tho claim was icient apparatus the circulation beand to Beraum to Bremen, carrying cost less to start bundles of clothing. It To do any kind of Veterinamade for it that no painting would create an appetite for bis morning tle ten cents a day for food than and they bo required over it. Kxperlenco ever ry work. Horses, mules and Mako It a rule to practice some slept In the fields. It was a month's meal. baa proved otherwise, however, etpo-dail- callbthenlc movements each morning. Journey cows need not die for want of to Bremen, and there they in cities whero there In a gnat It Is better to do that regularly than engaged passage In the steerage ol Calls answered attention. deal of smoke and dirt cement plaster to tako a vigorous course of exercise the steamer Neckar, and reached here day or niKht. svallB require brightening up with a short period of time, and then It taint tho tamo as any other surfaco for no exercise at all. This simnle a few weeks ago. to was decided they take were not likely become public There are bpeclal paints and prepara-- 1 procedure will keep the Knrt and charges and were allowed to enter. Veterinary Surgeon ttons tor this purpose which do dou-- l system in a Tain normal The mother has a few cents ovet kle duty in tblb ri'bpect, acting both muscular - Ky. condition. HurlforUf the train faro to Denver. Horseshoeing a Specialty. - Ky. .U,rtnt r?lla'-- . Fordsxllle. after All Matters Given Prompt Atten7" 11UY' I" Mai eh. TliuriiSy nfter tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS ,n. Alay' ThurMuV of 3rd xfin"!0"7. n August. Thursday after SPECIALTY. nd Monduy In November. J. L. I'atton, Kalph, Frldny ind Sunday In March. Friday uiu'r "ml r. da0ydlny U"Cr "f,r """ Wo"- - HAHTFOIID POLICE COU11T. KILL the COUGH AND rnv Judge; John li. Wilson. CURE thk LUNC8 Hartford. er i' if ""Jp-V- , of V''-lbe- rt Hoov- - Dr. King's New Discovery wi AN! ALL THROAT AND three-fourth- s HELIQIOUS SERVICES, LUNBTMUILEt. SEED! aUABANTXZD BATIIFAOXOBTf OS XONXT BXrUNSED. d 1 i sfsr.Sfe6(S,Si on'nayeP JSgj.S 'iKK" V fiaV msda Suliday'a? 'A PV. eune- - eV"y 'very. fourth "li. t?B2K eaCchPm0SrSl!naCC1uf,ra8u'dD1L Sunday Scool 3:C. SECRET SOCIETIES. wvvvvssss'vwv J Hartford Lode No. tT5. F meets rirst uuu third Monday & a M each month. Owen Hunter. W.night In ii.. t". I'oi cmau .Secretary. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else faOa. In nervoM protuatlon and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. m'ZrVsurd. Hartford Chapter No! l5fel.M3ill& ,Vler, SighY O I 3 . Inr'Vra00 w JS" I"uu" Wondiy Secrlair0"' W' 8t. ES even! Mto" FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE k is the best medicine ever add over a druggist's counter. 5. ",.t'.,a Lo0K 'o. 0. Knights of eWTy Tuesday night. NEW SM.tVeft.in,r,t. W, K. O T M n' ,,"rd Thursday Fo.1etm'an.,Vlei,olrCd8,fcer,,,mU,lllcr: U Sunshine Hlvo No. 42.' L. O T M Hartfoid" Tent No. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for' one medicine and have the wronr; one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine ESMZi. "" I .aie!o.n'Ltd? F . Acm? L"ino No. 339, I. O. O. F.. meets HOME I 1 ii&i-- um g tf bus-ban- Ited ,ouri weanes-t..r- y iiiomh. Hills Fo-.BUCK-DRAJJGHT u- - lalv- Chief of Durtford Camp, W. O. W Nn w Liver Medicine dh ," ..r1'.. . ..9oi.au ComnuiX The reputation of this old, rclia- """u':,s: W. C. Wiillucu" uid iricuicinr. itir rnniTinniinn i'lcstoii Morton Post No. t. u digestion and liver trouble, is firmholds resulur meetlngB Sutuiday befiro ly established. It doc3 not imitate lord Mills. Commander; J. M. Rogeri. other medicines. It io better than others, or it wntiM nnt h Via fa ' Wooelnien of tho Wld'lf-JVi,?'')''' vorite liver powder, with a larger wuo wan ait otners combined. t Mrs SOLD IN TOWN F2 SunsliUiu Hlvo So. 42 L. O. T. J!., every flrjst and t,lnd FrWay nl;l In each month. JWrs. AHj Orlffln, Laly Commander; Mijb. . H. MlncM-'Ledy Ueewd Kitipor. MeBey aid Keep Ladies! ItoUfili River LaJt'o No. no Style by Readies McCaU's of PyilULas, mo"ts every Tieday ufeht. Magaziae asd U sisg McCall Patters B. L. Tujior, C. C, J. Ney Floator. K. McCtU'iMsstiUtwIII. of 11. & S. Iiclp jrnu dii'n MsaiLS MACAZIhl at a modrrjto by kuupliiic A. 8. (. inn posted on tho '.'.'i'.'" r"' Records. e,i'--- iA " 1T!ua " m- - ImP- - Order "u - "t "ilTlr?; ttl4 yhdmon nr-ot- s ! Sw ki Kn-,'ht- siyl-l.tt- ly P1 -- 1 self-deni- - y National Officers: President-F. Sharp. Narraws. Ky. Vice Presldent-- J. M. Woods. Becretary.Tre8urcr-- S. 1. Kump, Indianapolis. Ind. State Officers: U' fi' !ri""n, Carroll county, Pras. DT,.f' 0"rett, Henderson county Vice President. S. B. Robertson, McLean county. s. O. P. Roemsr, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen. Henry county, and Lat-tl- o Graves, Allen county, Assistunt state orgunliters. Boaid of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren fnnntvr f M rinrni ni.l. ...i...- ty; A. II. ilrooks, llrucl.eu e'ounty; it. hi .. itujr, jiuimjii uuu J. J. iJQMB, MuhlenbeiK county, Ohio Couirty Officers: H. U Stevens, Pres.. ncaver Iam,Ky, Henry Plrtle, Sec. Huitford, Ky, V. Ford, Titus., llurlford. Ky, M. Sec-Treu- iliiihpi oud halt, to Niu I'jililim liolcii In eadi Imip. ALv uliinlilu liirorinillon on ull lioiiia unit I'cr. kjuuI liLUlctv. iliily bv a jri'ar. Iiii'luduis, ) n rn-p.uicrii. huh.' h ri'.o lodj) nr tend ISIISMtiM manitM Ur In ka ii plotoiiy. HcCtU Ptlitru mil I'ualiln you n make In your oh u Inline, nltlo'iinonii li.imis rl(.Uilhi:for inurMtlf and ihililrcu ivlilili will be iH'rfrit lu Myln und lit. 1'ilfi hliMirr llmil iculs Send for fri'ii I'jnT'tii Cutaloeuc. ( li Wt Will Cm You Prt.t.ti f.ir rcltlm; sub. i nil for lieo h rliluii5 nmnnir j our IrlcniK l'rcniluiu I'uiitliicuouml Ciikti I'ruoiMlt'r, faslilons In ft 'ti TBI ILCAU COHrAMT, 239 1. 249 Wd 37:4 fL. NLT? YOU BOOKKEEPING asineM,Plionoaraphy I W. H. RILEY I COUNTV BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hul'tford.Ky. 1. L. B. Tichenor. llurlford. R. F. D. No. f. 2. E. C. Hurtford, Reynolds, Ky, 3. M. S. l'uttuison, Olaton, Ky. 4. U. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. 5. Rlchurd i'lumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. (, J. L. Brown, Rockport. Ky. TYPEWRlTINGand iia " TELEGRAPHY VHWESSCILIEIE 111 M(4 ouD ,'". T.vzT.T."T7?.l",... Pn.i., lUs)IDM( SID ti.dcs m.rf.nlllM M "! VSDKIOaT iBn nn womo r orjnrru. V'tnl.rnA. . bwtii.jMimim, V ftl a,; 4 ji v-- ? ' BLOOD ATONEMENT PITCHED BATTLE WITH OUTLAWS Revenue Men Fired Upon Moonshiners In Rowan County. Children Cry for Flotchr's : WAS NECESSARY. to Understand This By Failure Leads Many to Unbelief. TIjo Tsl t i ' A Lynn, Mim.. Oct of IMstor UiisscH's dlscourxcs MJaraVaV liure today was from the text. 'Without the nliwl x nBjBJBjBjrr BJBJBj illiiK of blood there Cnstoria is a harmless nnhstituto for Castor, Oil, Pnro l no remission of porler, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. sins." (Hebrews Is. coni-.I- ns Opium, Morphine- nor other iNureotio neither He said In JJ.) substance. Its ntfo Is its guarantor'. It destroys AVorms part: and allays Fuvcrtahticss. For more than thirty years It T li o Scriptures lias hecn i'l constant usu for tlio relief of Constipation, p . uccltiro llllll tue me ?amaaaa. Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and WVS10K. RIISSEIU Is In tlio blood Dhirrhwrt. It rrguluttui the Stoniaelt and llowels, (Leviticus xvll. Hi; iiHvtmllates tlio Fool, giving healthy and natural sleep. hoiipp the shedding of blood represents Tlio Children's Puiiiiccu Tho Mother's Frlcud. death; and death may be spoken of as the stit'ddliiK of blood. reRardless of whether or not n sliijjle drop of blood be spilled literally. Thus the presentaBears the Signature of tion of (he blood of the sacrifices of old represented the ofTerlnB to God of their lives us. typically, an offset to the forfeited life of Adam and tils children, who lost life through his disobedience. Israel's Atonement Sacrifices. Knell year, at approximately this season, the .lews celebrate their Atonement Day. by which their sins are thought to be covered afresh for the year Iipkhii. The iinderlyliic: thought Is In Over n reminder that they are sinners, and THt CtNTAUR COMMHT. TT MUaRAT STHtCT. KtW VOSK CITT. that without the sheddlns of blood, without n saiTlllclal dentil, there can be no Divine forgiveness of sins. Tor more than sixteen centuries Israel observed the.se typical Atonement Day services, up to the (line that .Testis came. Since then the Jews can have no POSITIONS GUARANTEED Atonement Day. really, because their ' priestly line Is lost, and they have no you r position ir you will GUARANTEE lloly and Most Holy In which to make ua real soon. We need many mora tbo enormous demand I the Atonement, ami no Sheklnah ut once to supplyas we trot tlio required for our irraduntus. As soon Mercy-Sea- t on which the blood of H 'jlbssssssw number ofutudonts this ofTer will bo withdrawn. So I' at onco for particulars. Atonement may be placed, and from write which Divine blesslnu and forgiveness should proceed. lit their typical procedure tho Day of Atonement Included nil the Atonement I work of the priest on the tenth day of i BUSINESS COLLEGE tlio seventh month. Ills Atonement sac- lHVUMrOBATKn rilicu consisted of two parts flrst. n OIO, W. 1MCIIWAKTZ tXtTI8VIt.K. ICY. KNTAnunnRn i04 bullock, which lit slew, and nfterwnrd a goat, which he treated In like manner. He took the blood of the bullock Into the Most Holy and applied It. not OVER 68 YEARS' on behalf of Israel, but simply on JvalssssssssssssssssssH.E:X PERIENCE of the priestly tribe of Levi. Crows "Full .IBatkb'iSeeds have - Lire'.' Jv'orlhcinytjraraot After accomplishing" this he camb reputation ol fedlirrrcd out and slew the secondary part of succ:lul sd growing behind them. It pas m plant the lst. his offering, the Lord's goat, which Seasonable Speclallln typified those consecrated to be his utsAms JJ.JO Sushel Earliest Red Valentine After treating the jj.aj bushel Kfiugee r.sira r.any . goat precisely as the bullock had been U.70 iiusnei Ntw Stringlns Green Pal Traoc Marks Designs Va'deU's Imp. Kidney Wax ft.50 Bushel treated. Its blood was taken into the lh.l. NrwWhilrWmWax. .. ii. Bushel COFVRIQHTS AC jMnst Holy and there was sprinkled on fc.50 Bushel Currie's Kust Proof Anrnne .ending a sketch and description may opinion free whether an the Mercy Scat, not on behalf of tho PBAS. . Si 5 Bushel niiirklr nsrertaln our patentable. Ccminiiinlon. lure Hlnn la prohnblr Extra Early Alaska . tribe of Levi, but on behalf of all the strictly confidential. HANOBOOK onTaicnu Is 50 Bushel New Early Crailus tent free. Oldest asency t or securing putents. other tribes on behalf of "all the peoltorsford'a Market Garden . it jo Bushel turouuh Miinn & Co. recelro I'alenu taken Btckbee's Lightning Express $5 00 Bushel wlthoutcharae. In tbo ple." representative of all humanity a full Latluca. Itediia, Tomato andgrowing line el thus showing thnt eventually they will prices. Seeds, iUnl and Bulbs at lowest Scientific Send (or complete catalogue or submit a lilt of be brought into harmony with God. A handsome!) Illttatrated weekly. Tunveat cirquote price. jpour requirements and will culation of any arlentiao Journal. Ternia, f J a Buy direct Irom the grower Save Money. "Tho Better Sacrifices" Antitypical. rour piontus, 9U oomujaii newaueamrn. Write today. Mention this paper. In (lie type the bullock: represented Co 361Broitfay.HBWT0 i mini OWct. mVBU Washlogton. II. Jesus, consecrated to dentb, and dyBranch 13uSBacikcrSi., (sctfora Seta Ftrmi. RKkfors.a ing and dead; and the high priest represented The Christ, Jesus, as the appointed antitypical Priest after tho order of Melchlsedec, WkW offered up Himself His human body-w- hen He reached manhood's estate-thi- rty years. Gradually, He fulfilled land TRtnr.yaasi Dromntlr obtained In I I all eountrirtk or no fee. U obtain stATr ntb I Ills baptism unto death, for three and I THAT OAxiadverllietbsmtborougUljr.ateurl a half years, completing It at Calvary. ispcne,auaueip7uutosucceaa Bend tpudel, ututo or sketch tor FREE report I During Ills earthly ministry, as a 19 years practice. BUR. ion patentability. Trlest He was In tbe Holy, having I PAtSINO. ror flee Oulda I RIFETCNCCS. uook, on ITonrable I "aunts writ to fellowship with tbe Father. At CalOS-SSleaWantH Stravt. vary as Priest, He passed under the lleCALL PATTEKNS a. HAeniniiTOH, d. second veil, and In His resurrection Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, simplicity and bold in nearly reliability nearly 40 . every city and town inyears, United States and arose on the other side of the veil. In tlie the Most Holy In the perfect spirit r Canada, or by mall direct. Mora sold than any other make. Send (or lice catalogue. ' condition. MaCALIS MAGAZINE Our Lord remained for forty days to More subscribers than any othei fashion . manifest Himself to Ills disciples, afmagazine million a month. Invaluable. LaU 4 est styles, pattrrnt, drenmaklag, millinery, ter which lie ascended on high ml sewing, (aney needlework, halulresiinir, a plain presented tho merit of Ilia sacrifice P etiquette. Rood stories, etc. Only DO cents a (Hebrews Ix, 24) on behalf of the bublcr.Te today, or send for sample copy. Church, Just ns Anron presented the WONBEatFUL INDUCEMENTS SUCCEED!' UOCBEE'S BULBS blood of the bullock on behalf of bis In Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers. Address roSPECIAL OFFER', household, the tribe of Levi. The r Mk.de ta kKlld New IluJnM. A TBI afcCUL CO. CS to M W. 7lk St. NEW YOCK acceptance of this merit on be trial Hatlufat'tian a ivrnianrnt rout rtnmiir. will malca ou fftAavrantOtMl or cu- - l half of the Church was manifested by ' raonor refunded. ' Souyealr Colledlo!!1c,S'.S'!i!2!S:.l the glvtng of tho Holy Spirit nt rente-cos- t. f ttH UluroliiJ Ukhlllul AurlU llfMitta. fMlsMr lltaV And this represents God's aciMIIm, HvavsUh. Ul, I tavUt, NprUt SMBdnA.aVuaA.LkijsaiiiaaaV. IfU, AaoniaaiaVDHnili, lh I BsuaoiJuL DaffnJll. ceptance, not only of tho faithful who MkfclUUaV Dual TUl. lWrt ThltB. VerUttkUtl . . oi...'i.. ..T.i. ..' a.. .. i.. I rallaM "i. uiftUav uii avuri iuniiuu. were there, but all of tho same class . I Mli m4 In Tulip. from then to the end of this Age. tO'OM writ DEFENDED. .roe)-- I Members of Jesus Still Dying. fravTi I Kurt ITiuul frye report. MBND 3 CE2INTJ UMMWtUfsll4eaVllffaVn4 WlH tt.lt tklUAblt wllMtlw I'rie Jvl how tu oblaln laOvuU, trade uarfcaJ ... !' r lll..a.f ( u.ih.1.. , The Scriptures set forth that the a i.li iku...-.- i Ulo U loWkUtUUaMopiuaajatttrtawiiswea. faithful few of Jesus' followers who Jlustetsi Jirerlvilh Washington tuvttJimtA . U1tiO ( aMMo, WllM IMIo money arm vjtri i.rwr.i, I la OtasmiUoa of obiUsma, imiM ! will constitute the Royal Priesthood sauo vwiaoutnai a liadaj it will jjr"o owwi hi TtlM PWt VoWlW Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively. l iMbrMltlAllfnnkatl lUlip j by nud by have been represented as AS IBWHA t.t IIJ Mt LlMMa. Til Wtl ftHH U Kill I vJUlUb Tl tlxkU (tnws, asar WU4 BUU. rstaat Ostet, I UBB BIICKBM IT. " the antitypical Lord's Goat of tlio U Ul k-. .11. W. IIVMI B0CU0EO, IU. wai Rarun, u. w. 'Atonement Day, which Is caused to pass through tbe same experiences exactly as tho antitypical Bullock, our "If we suffer Lord. (Heb. xlll. with Him we shall reign with Him." Tbe exulted High Priest, slnco Pentecost, has been slaying HU secondary sacrlllcenis consecrated followers-permitt- ing them to thus represent Him POSITIONS' 4 fteaA'Areejost in the' llesh. While thoy suffer, the Plentiful sufferings of Jesus nre not couipleted-- as AtifiMnms VTV- r-' lie Himself said to Saul of Tarsus. lmfei "Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou Me?" Tv "7fjjDtssYss2ar (h&p"I am Jesus whom thou persecutest." Not until the foreordained number of 1B0M these "better sacritlces" shall have beeu completed In glory will the for glvetiess of the world's sins be iiccnin 7'WAtff. JJow pllshed. At that time the antitypical Sf4fl Priest will make tho secondary appliyspawMMiZi cation of Ilk hlood on behalf of "ul! ".Tust-iis-good" fy-AawB-o-o-- Kind ou Have Always Bonglit, nml which hns liecn iu uso fur over HO years, lias Iiurnutlio Nlgnuiuru ut nml lias been nuulo under liH pcr- 'Js4-Ftfj'sonnl supervision slnco Its infancy. yfuzf?yt etftJUX Allow no ono to deed vo you In this. All Counterfeits, Iinltntlons and arc Imt llxiicrluientstlmt trlflis with and cndiiiier tlio lieidth of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment fj0 -- Need of the Hour In Pulpit and Pew I a Correct Appreciation of the Value of Blood Atonement For Sin, Declared Pastor Russell at Lynn. Kl.-One What is CASTORIA - Slf!l tjfi trnmMrm It BKH GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 2L&tfffl&&u The Kind You Have Always Bought Use For 30 Years I WE I ydiQyP) -- I Mt. Pterlln, Ky., Oct. 12. Deputy Unl-tSLitcs Mnrrhal I.cuU nml llnck McKcnzfp nml Dic. Cox, of .Morgan CiMiity, pnjicimn, narrowly nen'iiped belni? alatiRlitercil by m,rnnliln fi on Craney Creek, linnnn County, u ftw l.i a niiooimhliie still, afro wnllt: ralilltiK' while officers were nt work ucttlivr th tr.oonrjilnorn li!l In Ijuslu-unb'r tin illff ov r (tlietn and nnntil fir In on tin- - men. The officers a pitched battl with the jiioonililners lint owln to the piotectlon of the bimi of it. the moonshine! h J n tho lluc'k iMcKenzle ! the only on- - liutt a bullet .U'itrltiK lils collar off and grazing of Ills ticik. The outlous iscn;,il. A tliltty-flv- e gallon capacity woj together with n Imge amount of beer. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I J.UC.U3 County. as caugd by a rliortl ' Sick iheadjidi Krank J. Olieney makes oith that h oj jConncii. T.il.o GluinberUji's T3'- - Is senior lurner of ihhe firm of P. J. IoU an I correqt fclvit and the Ivel- - Choney & Co., eloins buslnesa in th'.' aclics will tllfarrwr. Hale by .ijl City of Toledo, County and S!a,te a.fore-saiI A,dv doalrs. and that Ra,d firm wUU piy t,h sum of ONK HUNDUKD DOLLARS tot Alcohol Not Blamed For Insanity oaeh and ovory ca3 of Oajtarmli that Increase. cannot be 'cured by ftho uso of Hill's iTonilon Oct. 12. The general tonelus'-iCata-rrCure. iKIIANK J. CHKNB1'. Sworn to baforo me nnd subscribed n which may lie safely dra,vn fmm the facts Is that nlcol ol pusnesis loinpaui-tlvel- y my presence, this Qth da' of Dscambar I i cause of A. D. 1SS5. small lnipoitur.ee I A. W. GL.EASON. Insanity In Ireland. (SEAL.) Notary Public, This Is the conclusion reached oy the Inspector of lunucy In Ireland, Hall's Catarrh Cure Js taken inter-nall- y and aots directly on tho blood an J wfioae i import has Just been Issued as a say mucous surfaces of t'la s"tuni. Sjid addiction, lllue Hook. Alcoholic tho Inspeutois, occuis In (two foinn, for tostlmoniajs tree. 1 drunkenness J. CIUJNUY, ci CO'.IToieio, O. and chronic nlco'volls-n- . 'Ilhe for-- r Is ery prcv.iltnt In Ireland, Sold by all Druggists, ;jc. Take Hall'd PaniiJy liHs for constiand Is much less seilous as a cause yf . Insanity than tlie latter. ,TJ.e lnspe"-toi-- s pation l Adv. lepmt an lncrea.se pf 2iH lunatics during th last jcar. NAVAL Cnaiil'.u ins the number of !nsan& per GERMANY'S lite li the fiuie IOO.PiiO of population. hi lSVi. It y seen thai the number has SECRET IS KNOWN nioic than dotiblid. In 10 the nun.-he- r uinl-- r leprerentccl- 1"'0 per car 100,00V. In U'U it hail Jumped to ZC3. Strength Of cI flx-mianrcom-pllshes full-cre- w piik-ircs- lct form will meet many of ,the problcnii o which lias to (U) with Injustice to who labor. io Ioeriior Jolmron ncknowltdgea peer as a flghtlm; man. evince ho his ho n spcnMnK In the Kant, through Nsw York, l'ennsylvatila nnd other states, '.n has been recognized ns a man of personality and mental strength. That was why ho was able to get propor labor legislation In the Htnto of California. After putting1 tho Kotuhcin Pacific ltlahvayCompany's polltlcnl machine out of order, ho then began to construct propor labor legislation. d Horn, of the Important things slnco January, 1911 In the state has been tho prohibition of employment of minors under eighteen jcurn of ncro b ,tween ten o'clock at night nnd flvo o'clock In tlio morning; tho hill; a pay check bill prohibiting the pty ment of wages In any an employer's liability act, pin. vldlng for workmen's lomp, nsatton arM-In- g out of Industtlal aecldems, and of tho sjstem nf taxation .whereby corpoiallons lcar their Just butxlens In state suppoit. poo-plmar-cloils v U. S. GOVERNMENT SEEKS EDUCATORS Civil Service Examinations For Rural Specialists October 19. Washington, Oct. 13. Tbo United htatoS high-clas- Ilur nu of IMucntlon has several rerpou s slblo positions open for cluca tors, accotding to n tnu'ent announo ment nf tho Civil Servlc Commhsloii. Tho positions nre: SpcCnllst In rural education, at a salary of JX0C0. and a col lector nnd compiler of statistics, ut -, irt. pod The man wlio fills the sition will liavo to posticus a ,thoroiig'i knowledge of rural conditions. Ho must be a graduat of a collegv or university of recognized standing; h ,must havo studied ,tli theory of education for t.t least ono cnr and havo had at least thr c cars practical experience In educational work, it Is atao suggested t'iat experience as a public speaker Is de slrabli since the specialist will travel A considerable part of his time In the Interest of rural education. Above all, ho must h- a firm believer In 'Aie of countty life, and he inus,t bo a enthusiast on the botterraent of rural schools. Tlie man who fills this position will he an Important factor In the) vigorous campaign that tli Commissioner of Education Is wagirvc tor the advancement of rural education. The collector and compiler of stat!c;tlc3 will bo chief of the Division of School .Administration In tbo Bureau of Education r.C Washington. He will be expeqtqd to keep In touch with school suforintendents throughout the country, arid must have had at least three years' cxperlenc .J superintendent of city schools. for spsclallsjt .n The examination rursil eslucatlon will lw held Oqtober 13; that for collector and compiler of statU-tiOctober 2S. (first-namepoisl-bUttle; es M r ns;. I It Looks Like a Crime. a hoy from a "jox of (Buck-ien- 'a Arnica Salve. Jlis pinvplos, lolsr scratches, knocks, sprains and brulsa doniwd it, and Jt3 qiijck iralief ifonbur-:scajels, or cuts is lij,s rigiht. Koe,p it handy for boys, also sjrls. ilaajs and does ,lt quick. On,ly 25 iconts ivt for pilc,s. I (Adv. ajl lruggistS. to - Submarine Force Almost a Miraclle. One of the mn$. startling ic.himjes ev2 seen'' in any man, acooriiinir to AV. 11. Holsoaw, .Clarendon, Tex., was effoc'vo yexn ago in his brother. "He a drtudful cousli," lie write, "lttt ujl oqr- - family thought he was koIihj d":o conuniiition, but 'ie hesan jjo us Dr. King's ne.w Discovert y, and w,as cured by ten bottles. Nitnv he is wolsh-- s 21S pounds-Fosouiiid and well many year our fUnly Jvi its-- d thja wonderful rcmetdy tor iCouglw anl Colds with excellent rcsu'iis." It's qui";;, SiTe, rojiahje and guarantood. Prj o W oentg and $1.00. (Trial bqtiUle free at I Alv all drugsis. writ-Plctly Shows 72 Will Be Flotilla. IJerlln. Oct. 12. Arrests Father's Forty-Ye- ar Slayer After Hunt. fter SEEDS .... lf l!iip!liH Jltitericam under-priestlioo- n'l r ! A Man With A Heart. y, H. W. BUCKBEE spirit-begotte- 3lwl LAI 1 11 The labor record of Hiram W. Johnpected shortly. About of tho son, Ooernor of the State of California total personn required for ,t,he 72 sub'na and Progressive candidate for the rlnes Is already under training, the list Is one of ffxc most remarkat present showing r7 officers, 25 cntUnee able to be found In the annuls of labor officers, 210 warrant and officers legislation. Governor Johnson does nut i anj 30ii s tumen. e laboilng man that he will tell the The admiralty Is experimenting with for htm wages without labor, f the Inven the "craw less lUrn that ho clerU'd; hut he does tell tion of a German engineer, .tlie steering will see that every honest man gets his and englne-contiof which ie operate lionest due. In his belief this Is a by wireless telegraphy. The bout gavo gov t iimeivt conti ollcd ly a few, and a number of successful exhibitions neir plat- he believes that tlio Progiesslve Munich and Berlin lant year, tonpln starting and nustv .ring tl.e helm per fectly In response to wireless dlnectlv sent from n slinte station, and ithe naval Bowel "Clean Up authorities b llcve it may be made a useful auxiliary to the and There arc many remedies to be torpedo boats, 1 pe-ttpio-vid- a forty-ye- ar Atlanta Ga., Oct. search for the slayer of his fathe'V niany's siibmatlne flotilla U out William Uerry, of Alabama left Atlanta til now nothing had b n alloutd ,to be last night with Freeman Long, a negro. made public as to Its sttength. but an In hls custody, who will faco' trial tor authoiltattvc statement Just issutd says tlie crime. that It consists of 1G boats, of .which '." B rv was 9 years old when lie vowd are In commission while the ik(w-- naval to hunt down the man iwho killed bis program adopted this year Qontein,plnt's father. Long escaped Jail Jn Alabama ultimately a fleet of T2 submarines. while on ttlal for alleged murder. A considerable number of these vesA few j ears later h, was convicted sels are already under construction of a under ithe name of Thomas on a charge second flotilla at Wil!ielmsha,v n on the of killing Lindsay Weaver, a ivjgro, tn, North Sea (the present boats are all .''.a Georgia, and sentenced to life Imprisontloned In the llultie Sea at Kiel) ds ex ment 'After setvlng a long s rtfence he The secret of Ger-Un- - was paidoned. Recently tio filed a petition for a pension for services in the Union array dur-in- g the Civil War and was forced to use his r al name. Berry learned of the application and secured a nequlsltipn pn .h Governor of G,eoigia for Long. Gov. Brown granted tho order. The Danger After Crip. lies' often In the Keep Them Clean" iculty is and BULBS e KoBlB K X1U1D. MwmmB T.1 at owniaasi 'rlrt had for constipation, but tlie diffto procure one that acts without violence. A remedy that docs not perform b y force w hat should be accomplished by persuasion is Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets. After using them, Mr. N. A. Waddell, Washington 3iS St., Waco, Tex., says: v5 if nervousness, Jack of appols, onr gy and ambition, with disordered Uv"r and kidneys often XOUpw an attack of this wrenched disease. Tho igreatast pood, glflrtl-).then Is .Electric Bittern, tonic, bpod purifier and mgui'ator of stomach, liver and kjebveys. TilioosunJa Uave proved that (they woniderully strienshen t'w nerves, buUlup ho system und restore ito health und fjood igplr Puts End to Bad Habits. its niter on attack of Grip. If puffery Things newr look hnitrjit (topno iwi'h try t them. Only Ml cents. Sojd fund 'Mie bjuos." Ten to ono ftlvo itiwuhl is 1 guarcvitocd by a',t KLtisfautian slugBjali liver, fJlHB (tl'io HiVim'" wit1' 'Adv drussist. blllious poison, tlwt tlar. KiiJVf'to No'v I.ifo l'llls wiould evpej. fTry tliorn. I. 't tho Jjy of bolter feeiiinios ntwl "li'ic bjues." Host f,or JitoinuwJi Vjvr and kldne-ys- . 2Jc jit all tlrnstgjfita. Arlv ! j.'--f$aI a syitam, 1 ernonajoji a ano SUA, asm M otW J I AMHI I J !,. I B waaea BWtaTo . fc-l- , o "Almost all my lifo 1 havo been troubled with constipation, und have , trli"U many all of which pain without giving Hiemed to c.iu-smuch relief. I tlnally tried Dr. lilies' Tablets nud found them excellent. Their action Is pleasant nnd mild, and their chocolate tasto makes them easy to take. I um mora than glad to lecommeud them." reme-dles- Heavy Buyer Of Scales. Washington, Oct. It. Postmaster Gen-erHitchcock today placed thu largest single onl r for scales made. W). They nre to bo us ri In pos,tofflcos for the puicels post servlco and will co.t $T7.Uto ul a sajmP5flSSllilM ttfLmmpOllihMt OMV9M Nothing; Is more lraportaat la tbe Homo than clear, steady light. Insure, thU by setting tlie OU mat ourns cicar una clean without a tucker down to the last drop, i'ennsylvanla crude oil rehncd to perfection. n Costs no mora than the kind saves MON12Y saves WOItK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOUTH OIU tn barrels direct itoux our worm. tank-wago- ot 7eesrDik &gst&cri?!etfisii'p $ustriessRT?nfsfrafcon ?rfiSSMGra,i2fjfieciJ Tfiwe'cdIb, " Gvej,Ji'. itoi "Clean up the bowels and keep them clean," is the advice of all physicians, because they realize tlie danger resulting from habitual constipation. Do not delay too long, but begin proper curative measures. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets area new remedy for this old complaint, and a great improvement over the cathartics you have been using iu the past. They taste like candy and work like a charm. A trial will convince you. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets arc sold by all druggists, at 25 cents a box containing 25 doses. If not found satisfactory after trial, return the box to your druggist and he will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO., 12 I of ,tlio largo eifflfps Two hundred will bo supplied bianclio-- s nnd tju-l- r J with automutlc trnrlnglw-.- s tcetles, small r offices will le equipped vvlth scales; iiml othor beam spring offices will receive, tho best balam-e-scadi vvitli a capacity of tw nty iouiuIh. 10.',-Jhlgh-gnulo , Ey9 Elkhart, Ind. the people." uag olillflren jmu ihave If yon luve porhaps iKitlod tlui eCaonlcJa of the stomach arg 'their most oiuiuoii To correct this you wJU fjnd Chamberlain's Stonnch ujid Liver Tii lots oioeijent. Tlioy tiro oasy wid iplo,- ant to take and .mild uud gentlo rjn efA'H" fect. tfalo by ajj d,iul'jr. Chis. C. SMI (W OU Co. Refinery at Warrea, Va. Mil the celebrated "N Carb" Auto OU. LealsvUle, Ky.' I HMJVU'A rVCmnfc.3 r "-- , ' T - "KNIGHTS OF KEY" ARE STILL ALIVE ra'on, Twins First To Learn Morse Alphabet. Among Telegraphy Has Only In Contend That Improved Instruments. Washington, I'. " Oct. Uod hnth wroiiulit," tlip brief Imt o lvo test of Hit- first tvlfKiuili wnl tuor fitf .speilmnitiil Him from tills city to H.iltlmiire III IMI. wns pilnted In Mirj periodic ul In llw land at the lime. Alone .with the t xt of the eelchriited iiickmiku wax lulH.-li-Cia full account or I lie clumses In woclal nml liiwliiesis life It wan ptulh'-tc- d the new in .Haul or con.niiiiilc.itlo'i would iiccompllnh nnil nljo u history of the tiltil.i nml Blrucslet of Ihe Siiinuel llrlnlon Moio. Although MorMj Inul perfected the that now lienrs hi of name as iiirly ns 1KB, It wan nine years before lie w.is able to India e the ConRrifls of the United States to the I0,(M n ,eded .to eontinct the woild'8 first telegraph lint. When to show Hint his Morse nttempUil proposed f.ystem of .ocinmnnlcailiiK fiom one point to anotli r thioiiKh the of dots nml dashes, elictilelty transniltted, iviw u uiilveisal necessity Instead of tlie hopeful dream of a. enthusiast, pilvutc enpltnllsts laughed ut him and hanlli nded Congressmen Hut he pi minted vaved iliiui aside. to and finally Conmess wn-- . Indined Krnnt the nppiopilatlon. Among tlwMe who read the stlnlns sui-ss or the f tliu Initial ilrtniN it Hint the iiuum-IKienr invention was expected lu peifium we:e two hoys In the far-othirteen-- ) ear-ol- d IUaKe of Vnallorn, Kennehee County, Main.-- , with tho Imj 3 G. Alfred 11a 11, firothers. and Allien Ci. Hall, twin horn hi the llttl New Kngliind town In 1M1, thg thrilling sdoij w.m something moii' than a nine days' wonder: In master the art of telegraphy because then an amblllou with them. III IS!!), Thoy came to Washington when they weie If, mid vwr put 'o work at the Key In the local telegraph celebrating They uie now office. their elsht first birthday at the home of U. Alfred Hall. 1216 SKieenth Str et. northwest, tills city, happy In the that they an1 the oldest llvliit? IS.-"lin-lir iiioj-saK. yn-tcni s ff -be-ll- i'f Wilson's Attitude Toward nb!e to she n Washington iww paper n Labor. "big soonp" by flashing a inessig ov?r nomlnntod Uneotn the wire reading of on the thhd tmllot, an unlurird tiling In tho.e days, eilltors preferrhiij to wait for terltleil proeetdlngs of by mall. conventions In the iitternnces of Woodrow Wllsoji T legniphy lias been the right mm of Is found this significant evpicsslon of ' newspaper husnes.s since the ila the The n w sparer" hi attitude tow aid orgnlnsied labor. of the Civil War. that bonn using telegrnphle illpatcli tou Know what the usual stand of then soon illstnneed eomimtltot .. Th tho employe Is In our day. It Is to of toi'ny with th'lr prejs give as little as he may for hi wlr s. elahomte systems of wngis. Iibor Is standaiillztd by gndiially deve!opd aftT the war ilento'i the trade union", and this Is f'e stnitril that the daily ptes ,woiild stndard to which It Is made Jo conhave to depend upon tel jiapl y for form. No one Is suffeiid to do mole a satlsf.ictiuy nws sen lee. than the avenigo v'voikmnn enn do. The Halls were luind senders, using t'o In some trade and liniultrrnUr the o'd fashlitiied keys tlnouul out thlr one Is siiffued to iUi mine than the eaieer. They are wlll'tig to test their lictl tklllft'l of lis fillovvs can do skill 'with the old Ue.vs ngalnt the within the bonis allotted to a !.i's operntois of tl'.e piesiiit who u.--e "bugs, labor, and no one may woil; off as some of the mechanical devices now lours nt all or volunteer uii)t'ilug employed by s mlers mv vailed. Neither of beyond the minimum. The of the twins, however, las woiked a America Is rapidly buoniing impiof-liabl- e wlie in a number of yeais. Uoth hn.'o under Us present r gulatlon by lield Important rosltlons In the Gov. those who have deteimlned to mince ernni nt seivice. It to a minimum. If a Klrby had utteicd these giosdy Farms for Sale. unfair winds It would not !e surpiisln;;; I.'irge or sjinJl f.irnn. Prjoca reason- to he a piesidtntlal nomine . He would able. If you want to buy, here s yjur not voice them now In this hliuu foim: cJiiince. If you want tj Jll, Id5' your but tlint he bus not changed at l.eiut Is farms. nr.l WlI.KV, one plank ' evident fiom the fait that the lOtl No. ;: Hirtford Ky., U. V. hi the riognsslve platform le hns thus .Vlvertlement. far singled out for attack Is ithnt piopos lug a minimum wag standaid. nsiM-latio- when he was In Oilmen ns tho Ulitrlct of Coltimliln's reprosmlatlvo M1 to the Republican convention, lio X : ' 'a X "Ml h ' tiliapl ii'im Wlmm H Twill ' ' i ii lalr x l. Urn ir A I 1 IS MSTmC1lnnllt 'ill m 'If i ' I' o ! X l . :I I CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Tiis Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of C&cffi&tcJtto the Coal Strike? i ' Who Settled recall wl o s t'l"d the aruhrt-rit- e coal miners' strU.e In the face of the o;poslt.on of the entire Wall .Jtie't I'liiml?-K.in- si.s Clly Star. Io :ou i a wnmtn v.ho ivwaks from p:." kni.vltvlus and l"i? ep'rl3nee, vz., Mm. P. II. Hrant of WJl-oI'a., who sfiy$t "I f:i"m eP'jii-euc- o tlro-ChamJurJain's Coi'isli nimidy l"ir cro ip Is far suii'-rjf any other. s noVns that o.els Uioiu t." 1' r , Adv. ije by ajl dualwts. Hera smil n, !nv t Big Crowd Greets Dinsmore Co,lu,mbil'i, Ky.f Ocv. 5 Pijof, .1. w Dinsmore, iof Ileroi, I'rowsr ssive nonyn for CYwrrs.-- , from .ln KigliMi District, spoil? iera thj.s nftvrnnMi. liof. illns- mnru in ulo a tnie ond It lead a H jJlllns tfft,n u.tm Ji"jS liuarers. li'is bain unking j.pfcclrea liver .Idijr Coi'iyy iliiiilu's" the ai,V. few days and every V.'hlle they mo willing to conoed; tint lils had frooJ 'cnv.vus at hli;!iy olatod ww He ha,ve been made In vast Improvements I tek graph Instruments and telegraphic the otttl'iok. 1819, they .vigorously deny nwtl ods since J. W. Copekuvi, of Dayton, OJifo, that pres nt day telegraphers are bet- purcluuHed a bottle of Clrimb'ri'iln s assoter woikmen than they and their Cough Itomeily for hjs hoy who had a ciates w te in the eaily das of the oold, anil before .the bottle wu-- fcl' craft. Used the boy's cojd was gone. Is that Nw.puper edltois, lliey say heve toM nat Iffttter tlmn o pay a f've iloJjHr trcm that while they are pleased with doctor's bill? For Kile by ftH tleil-ein- s. We tp .'il of tho typeiwrlter, ithey of-- tt I Adv n Ions for .the caiu and attention bee upon tli lr "copy" by the stowed Resolutions of Concord Local A. e.spert pen operator. S. of E. (the hoy. the When tlyy weie at Whereas, the great and supreme Ituler Halls decline. mii',t t legtapheis has In his Infinite wistheir vocation n profession, of tho uulvc-rstaking great pride In. writing iperfectly dom removed from among us, three of our worthy and esteemqd legible "cupy" and keeping their free from emus. Today, on the W. V. IMrtle, Hejiiy Allen and Jeiome other hand, too many operators look Allen, and whereas, the long and Intimechanical. mate relations held with them In tho upon their work as nutc-JWhen the ILills enteied ,tho hiitl- - fultjliful discharge of their duties in ii"s m hiiges vvuo recclM'd on mn In-- f this society makes It eminently Jieflt-In- g that we recoid our appreciation of strument that leeouleil the dots and dashes on paper .tape. The uperators thcim; therefore, be It, Resolved, That the wisdom and abilitranslated, and copl it the Indentations. In the ndp In the iiuiiui' of time ti'ie more xpe-in ty which they have eNciclst-need telegrapheiw observed (Hint til of our organization by service, contribudots mnde ii sharp, i licking wound tion, and council will be held In gre.it-fu- l when striking tho tape. wJitlu the iLisiui remimbinnce. Wire peiciptlbly duller, nml the experts Itesolvctl, That the sudden removnl of with oinu pinctle. found they could such lives fiom among our midst leave" Inteipiet iness.iges by sound without a shallow that will be deeply realized consulting the rhaiacLero on the tape by all the iiiembeis and filnids of the organization, und will piove a serious ut all. learning to read by hound, tho loss to us and the community und the twins pnmdly nsseit, w;is us big a public. stio);e of enterpils us the dlxou-lItesolveit, That with dep sympathy "I'hlllps' Coilu" sy.'-te- with the bereaved iclu.tlves of the deof tLu by ceased we cypress our I upefi that .even of ahbrcvlatliuis now uurd jirtm teleguiphers. In using 'the "I'lill-Ip- so gjeut u loss to us all may ,be overCode" the sender eimplojh single ruled for good by htm who doetli all l.t'.in, mid otlier emit nuv. ions to ia-- ; things will. Resolved, That a copy of these resoluprim whole w oi ds and phntsis . For example, then the slender iu-- s tions lo spu-oujou the let old of this "ut," tho leeelv r wiltes nut lu full organization, and u mpy prlutul in on .his typewriter "under tl e rlncwii. tho local papers and a copy fonvuided stamtu," "uy" means "unioiistltiitluii-nllty- ; tliu belcived faiiillle's, J. r. mouuis. "li'" iiwaiis "It Is iitporl-ed- " A. A. CAIITKII. and so forth with seenil thou, mid other ubbiovlatloiis, uihllUons hrlng J. T. AI.I.KN, ('omiuittre. whenever diellled t4in.nll.il tor llia1 Adv. FOR FLETCHER'S the isako of gin it speed, lu the pell ilayg, of course, ic ss dUpatchis uc.'e Wlieii yu have a Iwd u vvaat uptlt out in full vi ly few of the pea Van bwt juiiljciiie liv;nu,lilo lis licelveia being able to kiup up with til' euro it with 'as iitt'4o in Taft Urged to Speak. leccrd hendeis, evtil without the lisu of H?ro l i drtigBit'a rvlitni: "I live sojd CliAiiiherJfiin'? Co,iuh It'iiivly fur (ontruulous. Is this treason? Heie ale Mr, llllles Hall, tho iJjll'.tiUm of iho f.ftewi years," iu3 K'liu I.ilVir A. nnd tho otheis uigtng Mr. Tail to maltu r Sir.itoa, lud., "ojid jiulr, more tluui ouco used hU know Jt t,'1'1 speeches. Don't they want Mi, Taft lo ttlcKijphy for praetlcul en Is bait on t!i mxrknt.'A salo iy ill of get any vole?-Kun- sa City Star. Adv outt.Uu of the bushiesib. uu uuv 'j- - uilors. i-- s old-time mes-sag.s fellow-.workers d -m s' d manii-fuiturt- Put It. down In our little notebook, Mr. Worklngmnii. that the Democratl nouiliue-Iorposid to u minimum wuso todot Just as soveial yeai". ago he was opposed to jour effoits to adjust iroi'e fairly the relation between hours of woik and wages, or pioduttloii and revvaul, Moreover Woodlow Wilson Is opposed to a minimum wane for the women woikeis. The 1'iogtcsslve platfoim this plan with spcilfle lefereiice to Monicn. Von know. Mr. Winking- man. th. hardship suffcicd b voiir dnughtcis, jour slsteis. sometimes jour wives, who nir foiced Into the liuhistilal field by tl'.e stem edict of I'loiiomle lie u ssltj-- . Von know the n oial perils that beset the liudeipaid girl in shop und fov tory. You know, ti.o, that the lompc-tltlo- n of women at low wages Is one of the factois mutt Uniting to a lower level of wages fur in ji. Hut Gov. AVII.-o-ii thinks theie should be no minimum wage law, and lit- offws as a le.i.-iso utteily tin argumi.iit redlculous that It inus-- t be set down either to stupidity or Inslnc .illy. Gov. Wilson sajs he Is umild that should n minimum he set by law, the tendency would he to inlucc .ill wages to the minimum. If Gov. Wilson really has that fiar he Is less Intelllg ut than we have thought him. Give us a minimum wage law that will raise all wages below Uc standmd to a living basis, und organized labor will take cine of the wages that are above it. and will be b Iter able ..o take cuie of them than ever hefoie. Further. Gov. Wilson Js afraid of some horrible form of tjranny that may be evoked bj ,the i stabllshing of this minimum wage. He fails to see tho honor of that tyranny exercised by poverty over the lives of thooe wage. who now get a bare subslstene He has apparently never of heard the relation between low wag8 and vice. What should a cultured qnllege professor know about the hideous despotism over bodies and souls that exists in the white slave traffic? He sees the Government nnd the employers In an alliance ,t oppress the woikers by means of n mlnlfnuim wage law, a standaid of woiklng conditions, n reduction of hours of toll and other such Innovations. Ho cries out that to bo compelled ,1o work under such an ariangt-mcn- t .would be Intolerable for free men. Hut Gov. Wlbjoti has never be n compelled to work under conditions where there was no reguhitlein. no coiisideintlon. nnd a wage pared to the lowest margin. At th' worst, what he plctiues wou'il bo a benevolent despotism, and tuat Is to bo preferred to a idtlless oligarchy uncontrolled by governmental iiiUhorily. Gov. Wilson overlooks th fact that the i'logiesshu party calls for political und economic ai well ns Industrial tefnrni. That it propo,es to so establish tho lido of the ptoplo as to make th Govtrnninet tho servant of the masses, nnd not the tool of tho few. Such regulations ns ure made to better th condition of labor will I'O made by tin) peoplo themselves. IJlth r stupidly or dishonestly ho has d u hollow bogey man that collapses ut tho first juoh fiom fact nnd reason. Louisville Herald, s I Service and Saving' j IN THESE STYLISH I ' Printzess Coats and Suits. Every Printzess Garment has the essentials of true style, which give it enduring as well as endearing charms. Let us show you exactly what we mean by "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 . t x 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 X match the Jacket. Number 1926 Snappy Coat of 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 patch pockets. The collar is converti is ble, can be worn either open or closed and w attractive either way. Price $16.50. X X i Here are a. Few Samples of our Stock Try them on to-da- y. You are welcome. . Children Cry ! oil y iiil. CASTORI A CARSON HARTFORD. 6 COMPANY IXL'OItl'OItATED YJf t. 0')m-.ilo- '' KENTUCKY. 1 ,a rt'mm, r ' - i nraM iiti -- " i ,L A -