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IW.-- 5 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, J 912. sell, had to wupply dio demand cnwtfi tlio en,tab , . ... iiMtn;iceii in uio some insriiFii. imu cltlior. frtr die production of those articles. Tills Jmil not Ihtii borer Iiml been Increases! utul th') tr.ako-- n better mat ket for thf pioilui-tTholr Vt employtd gtcutly enlarged; 1" of ll' farm n"1 "nvc" ,)l0 numVr ")rtt ,)f tiunKporlallun on Mb pioduee m nltnort all ntocn.tlon. products or tiniP newly ostaMM'i flll.l niifl f I.. 1... rrmituli nf f 'lrvi I l.t'ls 'mi v1" fucLirk'H. At tb- - fame Hmo It creates to satisfy good old Ilomuointiv Hints n pood market for perlslui,ble proili'iit ot r.-i- i iy..r. ,wii.oi.: i.ut ..no nm.e iu.'"Uw fimn ,, Rardeni WJlllh couM wt uiR I .l.H leave the good time, (() f((re,Ktl ghm(, lwre, on of the Oroter alone. In the e.vrly ,,,. erlslulbl(! lmtllr,.. of . their tin,, it , , ,, mis the I,.nielnI)Cr wll f VVilH A ,,OJ., raw about wl.ut ll.ey claimed to I n ,n ; jm fHlM oM o my xm groat ntniicc In tlio price. of tinware .n of 1M,ncl mcg nJ)(, yIcy lpro a firoat eonfeouciuo of the duty put on Hn plate mnri). fm, riC4U,y,s ,,lvt )e ,!,, I)t l.y ,tlie McICInley law. The truth of tlie gi ilUlll- - T re jjeing SCuicely any man matter is tliat Here neter has been " ufncU,n. Thcic was no piarkqt for ilay since 10 that die price of tln-- ( ,.NC,.,,t tlrlcfl fruit and nilcex wio ware has not been as low or lower than r w y.flt a farmer could not dry It ccr was bcfuioi because pf c male- - enough 'to bring him anjlblng at U'e lug of tin plates In till countrj's rcn- - high price of manufactured goods (which derlng It possible for Uie .various ar- - must eune from Kurope. inaib? lie.ro at tlclu of tlnninre to l Jlr. AVIIvm an;J tho DomVpuhlarra'.lc ilunl(e p., c)iea an or Wiyer tluin, they imperii l'onl a ffnat deal about Am 8 roulil bo brought fpom Juiope find sold trylry? to make the peqplo bolhive the ),0re, m Ir. Karmr ou pee that a p'joteetlve tariff miues ruUi, and that tnrlff duty on an aitlcle wlileh c:in Po.lf .Wllwn becomen president Hie will pnlue'd here, does nqt rals the rlo 'break tip all trr.;.tN. G,iw Jlamlmll naid .hl upeceh at Kunsns City itl.it the yiat article; but. u duty on one tb.it produced vrc lu sufficient jproxvutlon and control of the (Inisti vamvi to supply nvoti tluin a iery j'lonu lo stntc Kovrriimentit and c,oiirtH ,,or t.,.t l)f tlu ,i0ni.uid, will In- - ,,ml "u,t l,,c I'cJernl couits and gov hllul ,V ilo cruiM. the pil( ormieh aitUle.'A r.n "nieiit slnihl Ji.ie nothing ImUine of such effect you only haiol111' " Oi.icrnor Vllonn '.state. New eteryUiliig ito WILSON'S IDEA OF rattle, lmw, horses the farmers had mini nVnt In this country In quantities sufficient ft I ".... s ........ ll II 11 all II Ofll fliril fK 1 11 PROGRESS ''"nf MAKES REPLY To Local Democratic Com- As Compared with the Pro- I gressive Party. Voter of McHenry Gives Elabo- mittee. Progressive Was Urged to Drop AUOther Parties and Support Wilson. ,Nn exemplified by and that latrlot of patriots, I'oosevilt. I encbm' .his to the people of Kentucky after 'ie bad been strbken down by the MotilJ le n.sailn. l'lac It beside Lincoln':! UettyslnirB eiieieh and ak ou,rslf candidly why joti oppose such a mtin. It would be pay.hu? too dearly for a good tnnte to ta!e ollr julvlqe. Yo.l have had a bad taste certainly for jeais by eatlnK stratiKe fruit. Yoms ,lruly, JOHNSON HELD IN WINDY CITY Bond of Black Champion Has Been Increased. Tells J. M. uppiniH. rate Discussion ot Issues of The Campaign. i Mellcnry. K Oct. 21. lMltnr Republican: I riv Kmi' tlmi" ago I" one of tlio mlracati'H nf the ilefuit i)f 1tiaYJelt by iI'ieFlilcnt Tnft nnU nlo P. S. In tho lanKiuio of John Aidnnr. Sink or HUlm, sunhe or purMi I ttl.'e my heart and hand to principles. tilic-s- e Attorney 'For Mother of White Girl That He is a Re- -- Dickinson Deserts Wilson For Colonel. on Detroit, Mich., Oct. M. Dickinson, Postmaster General unde,r Cleve land, once chairman of ,t!ie Democratic National Qonyulttee, and until lecmtly n supporter of WjchjiIdqw Wilson., has sent a teleTam to ,Tlicodore Iloosevelt assuring him of lih stupoit for the remainder of the campaign. He gave as his reason for deserting Wilton ,thnt lw? thought the reoqtlon-nr- y polleios both Denuwuits and ltepubllcniip w'erc responsible for thu attack on Koo3eielt In Milwaukee. "I was a WlUon man before and ft n tlie iHrlmarles." be said. "I was a man right thiough the Democratic contention. When I became convinced that the I'logresslve platfomi ,vas far ahead of that of ,elther of t,Ue oil parties I had no fut ther Ueisltnney in einhracliiK Itooseielt's cause. I consider lilni tlve greatest man In the country. I know there h not a dbfhonest hair In Lis head. 1 lme known Jibn for sponsible Citized. 5. ; f,.t t, . , The following shows' , a corin?ponden',e it tbuit bus been curried on between c- Judge J. I. Miller, necftary of the Ohio county Democratic Campuisn Committee, of Ilartfprd, and Mr. James it. Uogem a civil war vctprnn living ..t liowjt for the ilectlon of iWIImmi aii'l Cro:n II, Ky., and an ardent Kupportcr ho llhon wij MArahall, .that Gov. of Col.- .T4icodore llooaevelt for Pfeslde'i', unnw to jlnkf the iKiile of thlx country Jtcpulill aud;o w.l o has be?i a old bicl. b) PioKrirnloii to the "Ciood can. A Imitation was extended by Mr. udmlnlNtri- times of the Miller to Mr. Kcuera to "vote for Wiltlon of Ioiik mkh" when the people of son and hae a. good lante lnyour mouth nilliiB the pioilurtM tiln eiiimtry wenfor the next four jtsom." JIoeer, Mr. ot (tr.'lr fiiiiiiK to Kurope to be holil lo Itosers, remembers too' well the "good Vw rmiiiufai.tuieiH of Kuinpeau coutitrle Jeft In bis Cleicland taste" that niul tlwlr emplojen at pikeH establlhed mouth and did not hesitate In ,teI11n,T Jl,,e-i,a" ",ur" trusU lico'ponited Uuiope and recehe In exclmiiKe for t(1 I IiUPh the war. nlo askeI lo um,or lt" ,ftw" tl,a" any otl,0, 8,nle blm so. Mi. IloRcrs their jnoduce hu.I. i.nniiticturedartloK--. t.,Mn M,KII1 fr 0lP f,Co IM of th.' "go lutlic election and see thpt jour rwi ,,H,rc'' tU nelKhbo? does." It Is safe to suy dint fnlted MtKlnle lau. and jhiUIiw a .lirfy on It. "" '" VnUm' U K..,Je of tbe .u thej. tie eonuiui aeia lor wiiluli it icjunoi nc Ui!s old soldier will go to (tjie election 'priteetiim In lie Mate In ,hlcli It fnim the pioienl.s of tlielr jiiimImc to eratlc idltm of the Herald Ku If they and al take bis neighbor if necessary, U piierutliiK It woe to New J,?r?ev pay tr.inrportatloii botll n.x. hb;h t tut till me wluit tallied doiall he can to elect lUiosvfl!t. tn Incur oiale. And c,t, jilt,liou.t,h Sir. ntvl t Till", hefoie Uie elt.ictnu-nof w'Mt ((f iofee. 'five lctttr of Mr. 5HIIr and .the reply of Qo,iornar IWIbioii has been of th.it i Air. Hn&rti fitlloui.: .twenty tears. Henry 'la ivilbd die American jijrteiii, Now for u few IteJiis in resard to ' State Mid has bad uontrol of the leg!?- - ) .Ilead(irm.r,tij"I do Ohio founty Demociat'.c, "Thei ivfiuc of the vood old Umivs of lunu as". abuse tie old nnd Mli.it Iti entinlcH called Intuit' of the same for some time. Il ffiniTwilw-.iniiinillt11nr.ff,.r.1 Ivv irt. Parties anil TMLrx.IM Imw. Iirtitn...! v nn lltliliT Tarllf." I'nder thlx tiianufiiclure pibir to 1S1I. I i ontend that tho al- m iri riliiuu KL III,. IUV 1IIK Jijiiii t1t, imih' Itioseiclt. U Js Wie reactionary teaoli-Inc- s In the t'nllid Suites in Hplle UUW in ,...l Ul U..JH ,M.f.Uf.. .. Kro , .u... . s I, of the two old partlec, aloii? wilh JUr. Jivs. M. Jtogrifi, Crouiw.ell, Ky ,.f L efforts of the i:iii..n,.i. count. h M ,H.r ,,.nl , w r ao er ttnt aii , OJ,0 llpeclou, jeHrf Jliat tl,,1, the vttupcintUiii.fome speakers for the such men in the I'nlted Suites as llllt ,Iw. , ,llM) ,IIt 0 Ul0tl! Ulhw, us ..V fcj cons,ency. Dear Sir:old parties l.avo heaped upon him, that AVIn with Wilson. wimiitw ijison. .xutt i snoiiiii iiKe nuii'h ns to tho duty on the manu-t- o Ono Of The Natives. "Will ite do it? ,TJieif seems to hp no are directly reapionslblo for ithe attack know If Mr. Wilson mran.s die dines ratlins whlcJi caused the faetmlcs l'i doubt, and et w must remember XUe on Itnosoielt." nbor .meiitloiud or does hi- - jneiui Ui the U. S. Tbeieroie the iucpeuhing v old proieib: "TJiere Le many a slip bp. ad- -, migration g(Md times of .11. e Dcmocnitlc THREE TAFT HEN naturally which would twtven the cup oad . the lip." What is pi lor to ISO. or die go I crenflr" the population. nuking tho YOUNG FARMERS ' necessary to win this election? Vo,te ailiiiliil"LniU(in with iinikd farllltlts to much grcivter belo 4 Line- - of Ck'tliu! HEARD FRANKS SPEAK Democratic totes. AVho muut cast diehe friVLuoi'p and lien, CoxoyV ninny I'ro- - at home and s.nliig tiaiismitulVn of - ,.!., -vres&jiK iumoh Uie 1'nlled tl.tfm fioni. tiio. farm piodm-ts- . i totesTJJemqexi!, Many Itepubl leans will tote the Dem t'ullfornla to Washington givtliciliig up j Now its to tlw effoct of the itarlff Itltrn ocratic ticket this eur, some in Ohio daiUrUiiy Al the tiiiempbived woiklng mien of the duties on the pioducts of Liu luctorle. county, but If we win It mu&t be bv was. a little boy, during 1'res. WJiicn To the State Agricultural DepartoUi,'.es t'.uoiigh Mlileli It duced by Roosevelt Sup- Democrats .tollng the Democratic ticket. admln!.srt:tlliui. ,i L,he muni! I ti ;ill now iindeitake to ismipjif the Ilno'iaivin's The Itcpubllcaus are badly divided this ment to be Used as Seed tull- - do'B. I wanted a sU.ro Jmt. porter. of th. nt'ote luuned ool times , u yoar, but Un?y have a way of getting miVilnK finer and as 1 thought, better with Borne of the piogLslte times of together on election day. Let t:irm fight Next Year. n,ol,,er "'"," str,w J",t U"m " 1ie ocIU.I IK.bl.er .T.nlff. u quarter ot a 'Hon. i:. T. Fianks, of Owenboro, It oit, jMie fiercer the fight the worie , f,,r ",c' Jn a tci short tin nftei U.e Iiioiirii-for tlieiin. T4k UeuiOfVutlc patty was ,,"ILir ""'"" ",J' ,UClC l MC"1 "y ""'" tufon of I'lX-s- . McKlnley 11 e flee Hup- stiite u'uilrmnii of ,Che JteipuUIIcaji Sluto neier more soliOly united than now. It Is practically certain jicnw that In for what we called a "jiunveeter" hat. addition to the substantial premiums (CVntral Cjmuilttee, upoke at 1'ionlsvllle Iloux' ..f (liKvei's, had onlsIif-d- , Covy I it Li as jnade of strlns fhf ttviod. I HUii- - List Skiturdiiv In the Intercut of iTaft's And they netcr lott nn election In Ke'.i tl,at "celted tils yepr for the " Heat aunt Wins disb.uiu,"d ciud Insteau pom palmcto. Anyhow It cost 2.tucky. except whcji Wiey slayied at home, PregU)cnt the meinbeiH were at work at wage.H In. and failed to vote, ihence it is Important growing of cai n. diere ,wl he a number an I can gel a iiiucai ooueir uni u,otr While thcie aje ,ery ,fow 'XWt men per cent. An edlto-ria- l ereoHr-at 10 to i",e menibcin of ,the Boye' Corn club from fi lo 10 cents, neat because of the ' In or around tidsvllle, pa Is the con that every .Democrat go ito the election,,01 In the Kllzabethtotvn Minor of this year and sec tlutt lib neighbor goes who .will also realize handsomely on the dheitly uilslng or lowering the dition Larlff all over Qlrto county, yet the also. And if we do tills Kenaucky will sale of at leaa,t a portion of thielr corn Vi.pt. M in .which tlie Kdttor. l'iMr Milt, bringing price but by It lndlrcwtly lav being Kitunlxv Ithore .were more go W.000 Democratic, and Ohio county to tlio state agricultural department, rings that old comic ong "Tjie lrlcc f production in this epuntr.J ,n Fm,gU1Ia than i. anA .j i.. ..,wc.c-,- i. i Kmum.i ... ........ .. ahma tho o will go Into the Democratic column. Do as (Uie department is duslrlous of sej WW loo )oung lQ knmy mwil Bjb0Ut I'Oiu.t hnll was ifalrlv wiell filled you .want t,o see on Iran jaiieie, unu 10 pruvo p,rlceB dien but this result? Of course curing tlio best possible seed corn. tlie uuiy renumber Wn.o of Vwm An made W you do. Are you willing to Jielp bring Superintendent Ills assertion coinparcH prles In IS'U and my father and older brothers iiave ' , t,, .tpTOtators.,.,, pffcrt . ,vt J. AV. Newman has . . , -- ..! u H "'t- -' . . .. you are. .Ther. go to adtlsed Dr. Mutcider of ,the AVestern nuu..rlM Hint lh.. ...Unili.x l .l.lo In " " told mo ot some ot uiem since, i can Mr. Franks and falling In .this effort It about? Of course He U( . (Bowling tho saime Increase in the tailff. Ulat ,liy fatIltr purcnasjil a Christian minister, tt)l'D Is n t,rong the election and see that your neighbor Kentucky State Normal at goes. Green of ills desire to buy a portion, leaves the Inference that tlnere was no KO,lietimc during Ilucluiuan's udmlnh-tarl- fi bUMorter of Col. ltoosetielt wis naked Have you read the Investigation now at least of the cprn duty on wnil under t,ho Wllrou- - tratlon, e size that ,the boys farm wagon, to Introduce Mr. F,nink. (Wo agreed being made by the Committee of United have grown Hill of liW when h saya that whL:)l cost Qonman and has Issuqd dlreqtlo.is U5.00. im It Ivul wood t,o 4Ms and In ibis introduction merely States Senators of Campaign Funds for for the proper handling prices In the United Stutes and OrealnxMi tlie vvna being' strips of Iwti of (t)h com said that ilr. Franks ,wnis an eloquent years 19W and W0S? If you lra.e no,t you during were Uie same. This reminds aij0Ut onf ur ctv0 die winter. He says (that the prttaln f,ne fourth inches weaker. should do bo At once and see Jhe million corn ehould be kopt In a dry me of an Incident dint occurted during wije fasLen,cd nt die small end of the place Fcr tiorre .time Mr. Franks spoke and of money that Jiavo been contributed and that It rJiould Uie life of the Tariff lviw known uh H,)lndIo by not be subjected to htm uan,d pibou,t0ne inch' ,ba?H by die Trusts and Itallroada ito elect I brtpd. Tho boxing In .the hub ponslsted MIL" At the tin The SUKlnlcy IVepub,Ican Bnd 6unport Republicans and defeat Democrats. No the extreme cold weather, auggj&stlng employed In a store and did niost o, at a nn.rrnw Iron hand in each end cf was that the attic of tho honwi Is the Tft. lie met with no enthusiasm, for you have often wondered why the beat place tho buying. A traveling salesman re the hub. iA much better (wagon In uveiy I In fact .there was only one Tatt pinn doubt for die stoilng of the corn. Republicans always won, and tho Demsame present prcfcutlng a liordwoi'e co and iwho ,had resrect,except quality at .wood-A- lic to lv.vir Air. Franks except the ocrats always lost, but these mlllljits The secretary also rcqulrep (that the unK that same pld hous to tne many a quality of wood would cost now four or post masteir at Fonrtsvillo i nrui tho of money furnished the Republicans 'jy germination of dio corn be guaranteod by ,the ! time cjine In ono day and s,ild ;wlth con flto times as much now ns it did then Narruws post mas.tcr. and that they test .t. tliio Trusts and Big Dullness explains ji Us bought now for TO. .to !. In At the conclusion of tli,e sieecJi by gualo "I um heiidquarlcRs for In onder Xo pass for seed coin, the it all. corn must show Hint !4 per cent of It nails now. I can rurnish steel fwlrp na'l the way of furni Implements .thtiro la Mr. Franks the gentlemain ,wilio l'jacl Do all In your power that Is honest ta 11.75 pea- keg. 1 replied ''Confound Uio scivixwlj any comparison. tno quality bchi him gaie a phpor fo,r Itppe- - to got every Demociat in your pre- will germinate piopeily. Tliie superinliifaiiious McKlnley Hill" If U jwera not t ho poor and the j.rlqes ho high Mien I velt tendent doeys not pledge himself to buy vjio!o cinct to cllmaxCxl dli and lhs Ktote and the victory is ours. ' any part of tho coin, but states that for tluit now you would ,give me all the'wi'd'" the quality b so high and jirlcs occasion. i Youih truly, low now. nall.H want uud pay me Sjo per keg to J. I MU.Lint. Sec'y. he contemplates doing to and that no e. take them," The duty being V lntr keg I nunembar of my father Helling . . To Speak Here Saturday. P. S. Wo Uilnk )pu ftro u pretty l;o desires that tho boys In Uie fpunty .(irn pr Ul t lu mmlli.Mrnmnui.tlnim. llurlnir ITOI1 Ol glKId lOliaccu in II. sort of Republican. Ajen't ou disgusted bo .given the opportunity npw of knowln tMot .la lid's second Ltnu my biuther cents per pound for leaf and with Tnft and Teddy? Voto lor Wilson of his plun, In order that diey uuiy dd a good fenmlo jiiule, lour jears old. cent per i)und for lugs and It ,wus b"1 and have a goad itaste In our moutii take proper care of their seed, com. lutnds high, .vell for,mqd, br tolaeco too. about II for .the next 4 yearn. 1 remember tlv first felt 'hat I over ken lo Muldlo and Jmrnvfs. an excellent Pleased With Our Printing. MR. HOClKltS RKPI.V. ot vr- - ciwiice wool, as """ ""Jnu mulo at customary pilco tor such McHenry. Jty. Qqt. H. 11112. J. 1. Miller, Soc'y Dem. ConunUUe. ,,ow tor n cnn glng cents, ubut1,ot cost Uo bolwl,t Itu,chunan' mules dun; $tr..t tho Hartford Republican, iluilfonl, Ky. Jlar,tford, Ky. It tlwn,. under ,.iu ...... r.... i,o..f f,,r ,,,, Gentlemen:- 'it ti'SBBBBBBBBBB Dear Miller: admlnhitraticn, $1.00 i 10 cr I encolso liorettlth ,money order for he dll not havff llio cush. Sjome, VDurs of yesteiduy receltpd. liavo Hrown Billeting (called donvcttc) uot posters uud programs. 11 yeais after that during tho existence, The care,fully read ypur pUa and can, not printing at retail dien, 10 cents per yard iby '.fie of u'ie Dlnglutv ls,w ,tho samo brother bol,t and 11 or 12 find a sensible reason why any candid work .was good and oliargn treasonably cents In smaller sold tho Mime purchaser a tiinlo auule, quantities. man should voto fur Vilson. While 'lo I thank jou for your promptness. t hit teen yqarsold ubout .the o,nio height; received his nomination iy ;nore adroit Kntertahimcut piovisl u success, flood I Mhould llko to know if itjiote DcnA'ours trulv, thlAiry dian did Toft. Uiey to my crowd. but not to good u form. lor die murk,ot ocnvtlc edltois know of mi rrtlcle ,that AV. M. HEARD mind are In tho saiue boat, tiiey gJt Wa can lirltv of such st(H.k, $173.00 ct.h. lo iiuulo In the United States ii UlglieiT Ux their nomination lu spite pf die extlw duty 133 a turner . HUfrlcU.,lt ,Uantltlt to Aon) gmjnfu.vs A. S. of E. Notice. pressed will of a nuijoilty of tIUir who was enguged In buying and selling to not Blli,p,,Ils Ulo dclJVVd that In the tolMCcn AH persons Intoresttsl us many .oo,d ewes us ,Mrt)w tlluII before tliero wvis eMr HON. M. J. HOLT. OF LOUISVILLE I fifty. clock offend uie Yus- - f Jiu.no reail (tlio lutintlgatlni pool ut Cnomtvcdl uio retiuefcLi'd to medt 1 might .want, of which 1 wmss thinking ILom. Matt J. Halt, (of Louisville, will, a0410ri). UvUt Uutx ,Mlt on niy ' Uiu,t tjuw netier (Wa a o at Cromttt'll on SatunViy. Nov. 2, 1912, of bujlng ti few at 7fo lo $1.00 much. ,11)Ivt Jf tllt.y ,o dvey will iileubo namo spuak In fie court iliouw Saturcbij' fifte'- - n'"1 ,1"a' consptrutors wmso eonfouiuled and at 1 p. in. for Um purposo of electing t d inning McKlnlej's ndmlnbtruaiion I ask- - lt 4ving tho julco arid dat,e. iMy noon for dio 1'iogiiesiito 11w.ty. 'Judvo .of Jilm what he could furnish tho Mine m.riatloii 'and iufii.iuiiu.Uoii from history Holt U a wiluidtd speaker and flvery- - Roosevelt comes out mono ifully advjr- - snider for tlu,t piac, ar.oituK iiAizi:. I a'u .grade of aheej. at. ilIU leply wa $".) niiow ino thut u tariff duty Uitled on body Is Cordially Invited to hear bin. tlsed as Uie people's II. T. 1'OUTiat. soiry Uiat "ou hate uqt knuwju me bet- far- - utttcles diAt can ;urt Uo productvtl UiU lime Xl i dm Liulles Intited. jhjr Jieud and uj. At !:. I'. SANOUIU'UR. Mr. Holt will sivik o,t aiaritfaiid at Ur,.whllo you liate phonged our polities iitateji, lnorcaes V',o weiji getting to per cent to 10J per United meH W, H. TAYLOR. corn, oats, hay of ithoso articles. WliUo a (tarJLff duty ISO iUturday afterftocm and that ailgut often, I Jiato ulttajs ibtoqd for t'..a cent for .their wheat, Committee. ,by Llnsi'-.'- i , piluclplts itmde liiiniorLal mid other iruducU ubote tho price of leled on articles tlsat rpn be ttrqlucj.at 7:S0 wjll sjieuli At MHn,r". live-lon- g of - ,,My t. ,WII-fio- -- ' te vi-''- I ," ,,,,.,. I .. ' .......' ' ..,.., Im-th- Chicago, Oct. with th abduction of a white girl. Jack fJjohn-so- n, tho negro champion pugilist, was arralngcd hi municipal coutjt today. His .bond was Increased from $300 to $t,C00 and the case continued until Octo' ber 29. Johnson furious when counsel t, for Mrs. F. the mother of the nineteen-year-ol- d gill, demanded that Jils bond be increased. "I don't see why Johnp-oolvould le shown any nioie partiality ,than any otlier dcfindant chnrgcsl ttllh a slmUar crime," said Chnilcs Hrbsteln, the woman's attorney. "I don't dilnk It's necessary to Increase the bond," told the Johnson court. "I am a responsible citlze'i. i hute a business .worth $60,000." "It may be woith (that (to you.'' flashed back Hrbsteln, "but It's Hie gal and you ought to ,be fput out of business." "All .right. Mr. Mayor." commented Johnson, with a laugh. "If I werc mayor of Chicago you wouldn't be In bushier ,three days." replied the attorney. After wrangling Judga considerable Hopkins placed .tlie bond at $l,.ri00, tlio usual amount In abdicdon jcaaes. Thn Johnson asked permlHslon (to write out a check to cover the increase. "No checks go with mo," assorted th Cameron-Falconne- - I .. J1LUELL4MN jji. 1 Iioiii "vliuuiifchl "' . -. MnW.1. I d It will lie cash Liven."' slwutod Johnson, spelling out Ahe word. A professional bondsman posted a ca-sbond far the negro, depart, .Two agents of the government ment of justice ware In court. lAVhen the pugilist atopptil (Ills automobile in front of a down-tow- n bank today, such a crowd gathered (tliat the pollcie were called ,to clear a (patli- - tit his machine. Mutterlngs against the flgliter but uttered by several wiilto anen, thnro was no topen dtmonstriaitlon. A negroes few for cried "Jlurnah h attorney. "All right. ,w Johnson!" paid no pAtoi.tlon to tho Johnson crowd, but guided his car (carefully Once between ith.e two lines of men. at .die end of die icrowd ie clrov Otwao quickly. A mittimus ordetrlng the detention of Luell Cameron was Issued today by United States Commissioner Fpote, ..n application of the district attorney. She was held under $25,000 bonds. appear fcieforo Miss Cameron will Commissioner Fopte Tuesday, umd It ! expected that she will bo .taken before the federal grand jury no tlie sajme day. Blue was questioned by die government agents for two hours .today, but refused to tell ot her relations with Johnson. Another rumor spread owr CkhJcago during tho forenoon that Johnson had been shot. It was .wholly enroneous. I'ollce stations weie deluged tvltih Inquires, and tclcplipncs In tine news-papoffices rang continually for confirmation of the report, .vlsttsd A report that Johnson Ivul obtain hi an attempt to the hank $:T,,0CO to effect the girl's relcaw) on bond caused federal office ip .to pUn to iremovo to tho Cuineron Miss county Jail at Kockfoit, 111. United isu-t'- t Foqto Stales Coiiunlsiuncr papers authprlzttig hegr revnpvul. An hour After JOhn?on liad left tho banlr ho had not appeared nt Uio federil building, and It was wild dtfit lib e? be-ifort to obtain tho money had futile. er ii . t9 ,.! ... ..''" "" '"" ,,.,... two-Lam- aa ( m - 1 . - .... 2 oue-iha- - inhmr , ,.. " 1 A. S. of E. Notice. Thu Ohio County Union Is cjlld to nieut at 1 ait ford October S, for tho punaQ of oonsldolug pilc(vs on tobacco and Qdier mattois that may come hofoiu tho union. L. II. TlonUNOit, Oli'm'n. HKNRV M. riUTLH. Sco'y. 1 3 1 wr IHE9QR o'-o- , For Sale. Q.io well drill uud engine fur solo or trudo. CluL'ap. Cull on or udtinvs, W. S. HAKnit. . Ceralto,1 Ky. .'rCf. I5t2. j vj-l'- X 1 2 HON. M. J.HOLT OCT. OCT. M. ! i I Of Louisville, Will Speack ii the Interest of I The Progressive Party &jt it- - HARTFORD. SAL 26 i v AT 1:30 O'CLOCK P. M. McHENRY p SAT AT 7:30 O'CLOCK P. And Hear the Issues of the Campaign Ably Discussed Ladies Invited. MB n P to ORE MiMM J. Ney Foster, Ch'm'n. E. G. Barrass, Sec. 1 Ohio County. 4 Progressive Campaign Committee 4444 i CLAIMS LIBERTY tile ii' ".-- .j! tensed to Inni i.ifiii o li III AsreiKhly nn.l In tho co'inmunwen'tli 'GIVING THE PLUG HIS , DUE MAKING SOMETHING OF LIFE BE1XIS FAKE Story Of Ringing Independence Bell Myth. li PMIaifelnhian Dnuhts Rfnuinenef s Of The Old Historic Proclamer. Mix t iminer- II IxllcVxl tl Illlll IIIIH (mi looking nt wini tlilni; wonderful when 1Iip km? i"in ilw Liberty It.'ll which W in exhibition In Inilepcinl-nic- e Hall l'lill.t.l. lt.liln. Now JifOili JnvkMin, probably In, ft known lilHtorlan, lift r mi'i ami Kciiircl f study yiirn forwnril with the stiitcimnt that ill riKimllm? tin tliomi pretty untlini'titK l II t rocked niv mythi und Unit 'or !I Inui Imvii Ik II f imply y .nrs tin- fooling the public. t cotn Not only haw UiOiiFand Visit till lllll bll, tlllt It IlIlM llt'l'tl In,.'- i;oil around tlic country to "numerous inhibitions, It lin had a Imdygu.int trrntf.1 an a incinb-and It lias of tlic fnnilly. Accoidlu., to lllflorlan .liu'knon tho licll nlil nnir proUalmvd llli r'y throughout tlic land, u little boy in vr Mood at Hie foot of tlic tower ami olil tn.iii '" jelled to the Ui tower "ilrc. grandpa, ring," ;. tlio Declaration of In.lep fulcmv w.w to too, according proclaimed. TliN. IU8totlan Jnckkon, Is another tcuuti-fn- l myth. and lie pn.lm.x Oie ilal.i to prov Ms statement. Ho taken everything up In ihrono. logical cird r ami one ty one sliattcH tliu dreams of oilier liNtorlan- - v,no about drenm liavo accepted nil tlnv-tUo Liberty llelli without (jiitstlon. Historian Jiickun starts his il nlal with an explanation of how the bell first liaipcrvd to lie made. The show that a In his rot.hei.slon by the llous. if resolution patt-cIteprewntutlvis on Ootober lt, 1751. tnntruut tl the hupcilntmdent of the MatchoUfo to procure n. 111 for the hho of the Assembly, and thut on No. member 1 of th. kiiiio year u liittor was dispatched to ICobert Charles, of LondonNonlcrlng a bell of about 2.W0 ciir.l iltli pounds whlcJi was bo b in ill (Jiapi-the following woid. large Utters around It: "Ky ord r of the Assembly of the of l'ruvlnce rcnnInnla foi tl.n Btatehoufo In the city of lMillatlelphl.t. 1712," und underneath: "Proclaim liberty through all tlm Inhabitants then of Kind to all the v 10." Ijvlt, taken up the aliened Mr. Jackson ringing of the htll and the claim tint n July 4. I7W llhert It proclalmtd Bo far a he lias be. .n aide to dltifivw, I'llllM-IVC- IiviiIkiV tlioimuml loyal on nn avrnne linw tru-lof wlln nnnuully, Micl AJUerl-canl s Inni-dril- ls I'lillmlclpliln. Utile was IhoiiKht of the bell," s.ts .Mr. JnckiMiti, "Hint ilurliiR tins ilitiiisHliiiis hi city iiiimelM In IsJI the lesturnllnn of the sluto-hoii- t. mid the liitrtidiiellon of u clink is In a pioroscil lmei a new Iwll nmv ordcicd and Iho old one- - the, fninous mtli l.lberly Dill was to m Rtvin lu part pnyinent for tho n w boll." Mr. Jackson takes up the crack 'n the l.ell, (which lecelilly bus widen- d plice of mental ,io mi that the old Itinwvr may be ink ji ni trips nroii.i.l the count! y, ns It was for severnl )enrs. He ileclutis Unit tho bell wui eraikcil whin II was taken fiom its (juarters In the old tower and tolled for the death or Chid Jimtlce Marshall In 1S33. SteadygoInQ, Senilble Qualities Art Real Joy Comet From Creating, Though the Objeet May Not Be Not Always Accorded the Recogof Great Significance. nition That They Deterve. Condensed Statement of Condition OK Tin: lin r gray-hnlri- d Mr. Jackson miotc an entile chap ter fiom the work of (Iioikc l.lppnrd, u flitlon wilier, whom he Illumes for ninny of the hlstoilc nijtJis, In which the slory nf the rlliKlnK of Hi bell Is (old. He then ictraees his steps and lu.ikes the asset Hon that the hell wilt lint mm; on July I, l"i!. lie Klves .is who his atithiii Ity, Thomas .McKean, declines that th draft of the Pet'l.ir.i-Ho- n of Independence was not adopted until very late lu the evening of July 4, 1TT:, and It 'wns. not until twenty-fou- r hoiiis later 'that It was ilei Ided lo liui U known the fact of the lulojitl n of the Declaration. "Therefore." says Mr. Jiickmn "It U not riiisonable to suppose flint the htll was inni; on July 4, ITTft. iiy few iiciMins kn w antJ!lm; about the niloptlon of the Ihcliratlon until July r, ltTiJ. Had Hie hell befit ril'ii-o- n July t every person In Philadelphia would have known of the action tuk'ii by ('unci i ss." Not Fiillfiflid with tills, Mr. J.nkf n alv) iiiut s fiom the ill. tries of Chailcs Illddle inni Mrs.1 Delxiinh Imuran, and III neither of Ilium Is any imntloii if Ho'l Hie Libert v Hell or the Stntehous havlni; iirtH'lalinetl liberty or ion hav ing been runK. Mr. Jatkhon tleelnics that the Lib erty Jlells ncelvttl Us fltst real baptU-tn III. early seventies, when prepni for the i cntenninl eelelinitlon v )k helm; made. I Don't make fun of tho plug. Ho ma; be slow and awkward and never cl to tho stable until dark, but ho in tlit fellow who In the end will bring horn the coin, nays n Kannns City writer The plug homo that pulls the llstet nil day In tho field puts more money In tho bank for thn honest farmer than the raco home that goes out and turns n half In 0:CO flat and then Ion ft for two weeks waiting for another race to be matched. Tho old plug goes out In sunshine and storm and pulls In a few dollars every week, but the raco horse waits for the day when the track Is good and then generally loses more than he wins. The steady old plug keeps the wolf from the door, while the race horse causes the mortgage to bo foreclosed. Just so with the man. Pin your faith to the plug who keeps eternally at It; the fellow who gets up every morning and does so much and Ii ready to do It again next day. He lays up more shining dollars In the bank than the swift sport who lies around nil summer waiting for luck to come along and turn a stream ol silver Into his pocket. One cackling Plymouth Hock hen Is worth a dozen screaming engles when It comes tc paying off the mortgage. The plug is the fellow who steadies the shir and acts as ballast when the boat begins to .rock. The plug is tho fellow who lives contentedly and long and when be passes away the local papet says, "He leaves his family In comfortable circumstances." MADE HIM GOOD While every man who makes a ing Is not n genius, yet the renl Joy of creating can belong to each of us in just ns real nnd true a wny. If we put into farming, or banking, or our school work, tho sense of making something, we get the great pleasure out of It. When we fill any task with ourselves, we make something. A girl says, "I made the room tidy," which simply means she put something of herself Into the disorderly room, and so beautified it. After she had made It tidy, It reflected something of herself; it looked some idea of order such as she1 had In her own mind. A boy says, "1 made a good recitation In school yesterday;" and he is right, for, although the lesson was already there, it had to wait for him to come along and make it a recitation. So it Is everywhere. Making any. thing means, no matter how simple the task, that we bring out something that did not exist before; and that that something is to some degree like the maker of it. We get out what we put in. If anyone wants to be miserable, the surest way Is Just to do things without putting his whole heart and self into them. Think more of the mere outside of tho (asks, and they are not worth doing. But once put yourself Into them, and all Is changed. Saint Nicholas. liv- Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close of Business June 29, 1912. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.$197,018.3G Cash in Safe 11,948.43 Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 Overdrafts 540.33 Real Estate.Furniture LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $25,000.0?) Surplus 27,822.1d Dividend No. 30 Deposits ,250.0tf 227.742.5S andlFixtures Total 2,000.00 $281,814.64 Total $281,814.4i The Only Bank in the County on the Honor Roll. Correspondence Invited. Accounts Solicited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARN'ARD, NO. H. BARNES, President-- J BOUND TO LOVE EACH OTHER Probably Third Woman Wat Right, but the Other Two Mutt Have Felt 8ornwhat Uncomfortable. pic-tur- n Cashier. AMERICAN Almost a Mlrnclle. Ono of the moat itartlpw ic.h.uiifitsev-- ' seen in any inui, actwrdlne 'lo W. "it. .Clarendon, Tcn., was effouo years ago Jn Ills uvoHicr. "llo Ut.Jsu.di a UrtMilfuJ oouali," lut vrrH", "Jj'tit all our family thuiujht He w kqIiik 411: ' bu, h i5onsuinpJiuii( tf "&" l,r" Ivlna's lifw Olwovcry, and w".is cured by ten JxUle. Now he is wuikI .inJ wel iijiU wiilRlia IIS pounds. For many years our finally Jixs is"d this wonderful reiuoJy tor C'ukIvs an I Col'X wlUi excellent lfnu'iyi." It's qui .t 1'rj o reliable and kiiumhItoI. . ovnts arid JI.VO. fTrinl brittle free at all druwrisjsj. 1 A-l- v jy EDWARDS SCHOOLHOUSE. this place has not lieon heard from for somo time 1 will try to write a few lines. busy Kahimmm 1110 with their fall work, some sowing wheat, some h.vv1iik fodder and some JmlllliK 'o.il. .Our n'liotd Is pioKicsslnir nltt'li". Several fiom this plae.l attcntletl the ftilieriil of Mr. Anile iWIImiii at Jit. Vcinon Siiiulay. I lev. ". D. Co bCKtin a series ef school Jioiu-- Sun- meetings at Vine 1 tlay. Mr. Dorman Hint, wife tuid clilldtvn attended the fulr ut Owelisboio last week. lieie and between The new 10.ul. llortoii will mhiii ho (ompletetl. Mr. Tom Tii) lor of llutler jionuty was In our midst Monday, Mr. Lesley Combs was here last ,we'-'buvhiK cat.tle. Mrs. .M. II. Duke, of llutler Co.. Is c visttliiK her i;randdtiuJitcr, Jllss Hint. .Mis. Duko Is HI yea is oil. Mr. Jloh II. SUrouder parsed throiiRh heiv Sunday eu route to Jlonton. Mr. Jessie I lulus was In our mldU Sunday. Mr. Fied Modi.ilf and nejw Inldo nt I'elMllu weiii the Kiiests of Mr. James Twettlwell and .wife fiom Saturday until Monday. Mr. Tom Taylor and wife of lMruh. LilUl at Mr. D01111.u1 llutler county Hurts last week and nho lal Mr. M'li. KcliioJeis at lied Hill. Hill Is Mrs. t l.ueUy Wright of IU-.vlsitlnu; Jier KnmdiUtuKlilei. Alts. Ksule Tucker, of tills plarns. Mr. John Miller has moved n Jlartfonl if tills jiloeu ha" Mr. D. Tucker, k'otui down to Mr. J. I'oitU lo .work, Little Miss Maud ltv diryiint Is ,lslt-Iii- k her sister, Miss Aiina 1 'oiler nc i IlJDttoid. There are toi Wilson o,r Tuft nieii In tills countiy. They uie all for Itoosn-cl- l. Ch-t- . H. As ' this iiilsUud-In- g after jeais of statement is directly traceable to "Watson's Annals of I'lill.idelpliW." which, was publlfihttl In 1M0. Prior to tli.; publication of that woik the bell was known as the Slatelimrn llcll and not the Liberty Hell, and nothing hail hi hi said, about Its me proclaiming hub p mlence. 12 v n . lato as 1W0 it imih known as the Slat"-- . Iioum- - Hell, even utter that building In e fc ' ill rZTt. k lies-mI- T gr ) -- Tahe One Pain Pill, it Eaay. Far Neurateia. nothinc la better than Anti-Pai- n r mi Dr. Miles' a. Used by thousands Pills fer feneration I Those who have suffered from neuralgic pains need not be told how necesbary it is to secure reThe easiest way unj o lief. neuralgia is to use Vr. Milts Anti-1'ai- n They have reTills. lieved sufferers for so many years that they have become a Household necessity. "I have taken Rr. Miles' Antl-ral- n Tills for. he yuir and they are tlio only tlilni! that linen rnu any Rood. iilltviii iicuralcla In my They !ia l.ae alto head In fifteen minutes. head-nclie, taken them for rheumatism, pains lu tlio bnast. toollMche. earache and pains Jn tho boweis und found liotlilnu to I linvo limbs. rounl tlum und they aro all that U claimed for thm." J. V. Bi:i)GK, llluo Kprlncs. Mo. 23 idosei 25 centi. At all druogl&t Never sold In bulk. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. If you Ibive BtollMilh yiuiiMT ptirl.ups until, d thht u.ii'jrin u,...u. 11 4 '..' .1.1 f .. u', t'lUll liiotit. Tu curiCit V..,i i- -i t,.il Cliu.ml.oi;u;n'a tjUinuiih uu'. l,v ; '. 1 lutd cxurl.tJU. '11..) ulv u4bJ .u.a ,'ijt ant to iako end- - mild and .:WJ in t;. (wet. I'ur tal by aji Mv l!llt "il. ill ,.'t There as a great crowd at the exhibition, and emntv Beats were Act of Wlie Father That Kept Hit j Boy In the Path of Hit at a premium, when two pretty women Birth and Duty. spied and made for a place at the e moment. They reached the It Is claiming rather a great deal to prize together, both pretending Igray that a child's whole future career norance of the other, and, flopping may depend upon the hearing of a themselves down, succeeded In squeezrtory! Hut, unquestionably, It Is true. ing breathlessly and miserably in. A boy I know, whose parentB were There they sat then, each scowling obliged to lire In England during two and staring at the rudeness of her reof his early years from the time he spective neighbor, each wriggling and was eight until he was ten said to squirming as much as possible In orhis father one day: "Am I an Eng- der to crowd that neighbor still lishman, an American, or haven't I I further. Finally the situation became any country at all?" acute, and one of the women spoke Ills father, a loyal American, startled with' fine sarcasm: "I beg your par at this question, read to the boy "A don, but do you need the whole Man Without a Country." Beat?" "You are an American." he told the "I beg yours," the answer came, boy? "Never forget that!" ' "but I never talk td strangers." The boy. now a man. Is Just about to Just then a third pretty woman enter the United States army. Much passed, stopped and addressed the of his life has been passed in other iwo at once: wny, 10 ininK 01 unitcountries, but he Is an American. And I. ing you two here together! "I think I might have become an have' always, wanted to Introduce you, Englishman, or a man with no partic- because I just know you will Just love ular loyalty to any flag," he said re- each other. Mabel, this Is Maud, and cently, "had it not been for the story Maud, this It my dear old Mabel. You of 'A Man Without a Country.' which are 'bound to love each other, because my father read to me when I was a you are to exactly alike In disposilittle boy in England. I didn't under- tion!" . stand all of it, but I understood enough to keep me forever loyal to Telling the Beet. the land of my birth, no matter where I might happen to be growing up." The custom of "telling the bees" Is Elizabeth McCracken in the Home often referred to by those interested Progress Magazine. In curious happenings. In some' parts of England It has always been tho habit to Inform the bees whenever Giant Conflict there is a death In the family, particuTwo huge flsh, a shark and a Jew-fis- larly when it is that of the master or fought to their death late the oth- mistress. er afternoon, off the municipal pier at Some one raps upon the board supSanta Monica, Cal while hundreds porting the hives and says: "Mourn of fishermen looked on. Both sea with us, master (or mistress) of the monsters followed a school of mac- house Is dead." kerel and as soon as they It Is thought that if this duty ft sighted each other the battle was on. During the combat, which lasted an Seglected the bees will die; and man) are fond of telling hop hour, both flsh were nearly entirely the bees pine away when no on out of the water. Then they disappeargive them the sad message ed for a few moments, when both again thinks to came to the surface dead. With gaff hooks they were hauled on to the pier. America's Oldest University. The shark, measuring six feet in The comparatively small connectlo length, weighed 142 pounds, while the the people of the United States hav Jewflsh, a fraction over seven, feet, with Peru makes it difficult for mail) tipped the pier scales at 226. Both to realize that in the city of Lima H were frightfully mangled. The shark's the oldest university In the new world, head was chewed to a pulp, while the the University of San Harcos, founded Jewfish's body was nearly severed by in 1553. At this historic educational the sharp teeth of the shark. institution a students' congress was held recently that was noteworthy la The minister of InIts character. ' Insane Man Garrlck'a Teacher. struction gave a magnificent banquet Garrick had been acquainted with an In honor of the delegates, at which a unfortunate man in Leman street, largo number of distinguished guestt. Goodman's Fields, who, playing one were present, and at which several day at an upper window with his speeches appreciative of closer Interchild, accidentally let it course between the American nations spring from his arms and fall into a were made. flagged area. The child was killed, and, from that moment, the miserable father lost speech and reason. He Water Surface of Globe. passed the remainder of his existence The portion of the earth's surface In going to a window, playing in Im- thut Is covered by water, when the agination with a child, dropping It. lakes and inland seas are included, then bursting into tears, and filling Is three times as great as the dry the house with shrieks of anguish. land area. The Burface area of the Afterwards he would sit ddVn, pen- oceans is 127,000,000 square miles an sive and still, and at times look slow- area more than 40 tiroes as large as ly round as If Imploring compassion. the United States. The ocean waters "There it was," Garrick used to say, teem with life. Though thousands of "that I learned to Imitate madness; I water creatures are known and clascopied nature, and to that owed my sified, scientists are continually dissuccess tn 'King Lear.'" Prom Gar- covering new life forma In the ocean rick and His Circle. have depths, Heretofore dragnets been mainly depended upon, but there are doubtless many sea animals that The Bright Side. elude these trawls. Algernon Dalngerfleld went back Kenlast summer to his old home In Books Bound In Rat Skin. tucky on a visit. He hud fleshened up considerably. It appears that a new uso has been The old negro cook, a family ser- found for the skin of the common vant of many years' standing, was brown rat. In England, It Is said, the bookbinders have taken to using these brought in to sco him. "Don't you think Mr. Algy has skins for covers of line editions hithergrown Ycry stout?" asked ono of tho to bound in high grndo leathers. It is reported that a Undo amounting to fauitly. milllou dollurs a year has "Wellum," said the old woman, "ho is took on a right smart fleshiness, developed in Great Ilritalu und that and that's fact." Thou she Lustily many skins aro imported from Calcutadded, "But a stomach dat sticks out ta. Rat skins liavo long been used for liko his do is Jobs made fur showin' purses, gloves and similar small arSaturday Eve- ticles, and aro proving very useful for off a watch-chain.- " these purposes. ning Post self-samh, one-quart- AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER i From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return car meets all trains. Telephone or call at Tour stable when you want to leave. COOPER H&r-tforci, &, K.y. CO. Step by Step. To follow the course of any measure undertaken for the good of the children is to see how the sense of civic obligation deepens and widens, , be comes more intimate and personal, as the child Is recocnlted by the state as a possession of value. The compulsory education law is much to the point The state said the child shall have education. That edict brought hungry children to school. Then the state had to begin to see to it that the child, made to come to school was: in fit physical condition to learn. Forthwith opened out a itate paternalism that must follow the child from' the school back to the home, and eventually concern Itself with making, the home a proper one. Visiting nurse, school doctor, and school lunch are the natural sequellae st the compulsory educational law, and even more nearly, it would seem, we approach the plan of reimbursing the needy family for the child loaned to the state during the educational period. Mr. Hoo.icveH has traveled a laireraaiC prosperous road wttji vltu.pera.tlon r.ptu Ins argument. lips hU succef mfcfc other as to .Uie hoiu ces", of ls streBctfcE." Ainpnf; all tlie problems awaiting xolts tlon by tiln (Country hows, requiring th most careful vaniiUeniton Involve tflsrr regulation of business' affairs. A sak and Informed mliul, a dopont respect foe-thlivelihood of UundqedK of UiousaciLx of workers oiu) aliajvfrioJderK, an abstention from tuiiiukru'C and ui)bccomlnsV'U tlqa (rutwoctlr guasQ would mark guide. Yot Governor iWIVion adtqeato as pie answer to any stltXeUoa c.r'.- Inc from certain men ttm uk.'oi:. e -- "Itats!" tills accurately convey Gowic-- ' Wilson's corayeptlon of ffie manuatr fm wlilcji kiionleJge bo saiiKitu ai subjects tl.ut confound ,tlio most RtiiderntflT iiiteifstetl anil truthfully .reflect his If.vn Lrj(Cti-ed- se of Uiesi sub(ct(.V li It a tru-dex of the mental attUJuile ho lo?S-bruit- ; to- the office w becks? Bincenly tiust that none of We is to bo niirtwemt lu tlii Ui think tb'tii We prefer easy coniiurst of Uso Karfllmr erw throw the speuUrr for u moment off. Ies it s 1 Guanaco Unique. I have seen the Indian gnanaco-skl-n zapas (cloaks) sold by the fur dealers 3t Punta Arenas, but this was my first glimpse of tha animal Itself, many thousands of which I saw later during my expeditions through "You are a and Patagonia. lueer animal, Indeed," apostrophized in Argentine lieutenant as he and CapSick Oieadoi'ha fts MiUsr-'-d Jiy a tlis'tM"-otain Musters once viewed a solitary MtmrLuiii.. TiUwo mwnberl,ijn' Inlguanaco. "You have the neigh of a horse, tho wool of a sheep, the neck of ets uiul mr.rcct Sluit and the a camel, the feet of a deer and the by 4jrr Mar wJU dltipiuj-- . iwlftness of the devil." Yet withal a dealer.). AJ v . i graceful animal and at a distance not jnllke red deer, though larger. Chnrles Wellington Kurjong in Out-Tierra-del-Puego ing. Strange Quests at St Bernard. An enormous flock of swallows wan overtaken by a heavy snowstorm near the famous Hospice of St. Hernard in the Alps last winter. When the good monks saw the birds, they opened tho doors and windows of their building that the little feathered strangers might have shelter. All the rooms were crowded with them, thousands remalniug until sunrise. The next day proved fine and the guests pursued their way toward Italy. This 1b very pleasant to learn, but it saddens one to know that a vast number of less fortunate birds failed to reach the Hospice and wero found dead In the snow bytuo tenderhearted brothers. Ileio J3 n wonvin vhr speaks from pff." 8'jnal ku.oi;tlj.o aivt 1iw Kwyiti, of WiH-o- n, viz., Jlrs. V. II. , ... ... . . i iviiuw inom eiM"! I'll., WHO fcTfiJD, ClianiUijainVi Couuh .Ituimvly oiico that Js far superior tjo any qOicr. I'Vr icio ip Uicrc is ivUlntr that icL It-- ' 1''"' I Mft sal by an dojjtf., uMi-rleiiI r'LV- -i ' tkLmmpOllih ml -- . Nothing la more Important la the home than clear, steady light Insure this by uettinjr the oU that tourns clear and. clean without a Ulcker down to the last drop, i'ennsylvanu. crude oil rellncd to perfection- Costs no more than the iaux-wag- on kind saves iMUNUIC eaves WOKK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOUTH Oil in barrels direct Uom uc Smvmm s&mm work. CUs. Refinery at Warren, Vs, We sell the celobratrt "No Carb" Auto Oil. C. Stell 00 Co. Louisville, Ky.1 -- J- can nomination on ttio prent platform Unit they belonged to ,Uio American ,lt!i-ou- t Tollmen Cnmpan . Iiy their efforts to of that pirty. This Is foundation. Col. Ibsis'ivelt .weiu'd break Tip l'"-- farmers' tool. Yo't cm t Kntered srr.ii.llng to law at the. I'ortnffltt) no nmro have accepted the Republic'1 fool tlio nvi'rnc farmer toilny, n v Bartfor.1, Ky., ai. mull matter of the Mceiid m,nlinien tlio platfo'in on WjilJ i sometimes done .vents ns,o. ' Tnft I now running tlinn v.e would have ncicptcd it stolen nomination. WILSON'S WEAK ANSWER. C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER elelcn- I Governor Wllron has at EDITOR8 Tilnt attempt "poll l' e IMIt of lite t :' reply to 'c Pmted uuciy, mn RAMEY E.'DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER s. , into investigating Commit., to .lu,T,a . '" f f'lll"' " take. ...... u ,,t something against S nntor PROPRIETORS. PUBLISHERS AND ... . l""1 1...I c ... a I. t. . '' (luirnnl someone flngcir. T.'i,. evidence j CIC'I .SCI U1.1V,. showed that JWlwi nn 'Hit In UOVtelMlS'O KIl.Ul".. U .... AMrw all communications to I.... ..... " r..tii .... t llll" flint ... ftfte'l question aii first put to liljn a wels .. IIH.II mill '! ,111.1 .bijs uto he said tlio nu'vvcri IpkaBBBBBBBBBHHal'HwV Hartford RopubHcan. nml evtry liimnnie It was ictiuiiel by or ten vaaBB. rBaaaaVKMMGlaiHBliBKBK ltring on iscuie.thliig wfiuld l.nve to bo Ion,; ninl Involve ' Senator lltveiltlRe. Tlmt seems to hne been nn e,vnhii, I flPvHSPPFJCQKSMMBHC7HR iBaaV more. SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE TO ewccid'nglv now Is for Ills nnrwir H!KSBaBMRBBBBBBlfiflaBBB aBM Bnlawrilsrs ilwlrlDR the paper sent to n ne aBBBBBBaBaBBaBHaBBfjH' mw brief nnl Klniplo. Tfl It was not lutt n1el. of ddree DiUBt fire the olJ nddrvi In ninUuir the Gov. Wllfon MS: "The Republican request l.rlmr out tlie fjet that Ryan contributed will not be return, d Cn.ollclted mnnntrlpt iMW0 , tJie i.,Ktr campaign fi.ml. Mr'mnJorlty In tlic Legislature made nlewneeompiinled by pontage. I as.touii.lid by H. no.t virion of corpouitlon laws lll recelie no Parker k.ijs lie Anof.Ttnone cominniilcntloim .Mr. Kan' lllcmlt, but be takes an.l no New Jrte official could iw of attention. off hi, 4mt to him. llnd tl.N enormous eontc or ptopoi .IIko1iiIIoii for Ihim"i to of the rclcral Ktntutcx." been fund of tainted iione TSLSFKOITE. aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBCVSaBBl So the blntne N to bo laid mi tiio 11 Hoose.elt.l'nrkcr nml ull the other Slirrmt Jtovk.v would hao put up their Jiandi n publican maorlly. V.ry sood. TJu'n wl.o tlio tr.illt holy l.orior. n:iu.Y. ocTouBit m. for the oNcclIciil IpsiRlntlon In behalf um out that IK AJl of the women and children w,hlcli tin Ryan a.o a half million dollars to the IdOtilivllle Pot estonla (i'lalnic.1 t.t PROGRESSIVE TICKET. Democratic campalBti fund In IWI. It tlie S. B. HARTMAN, M. D. fruit of (Vixcinor Wlbon's iff.nW has not all been confined to one par.. Vi'a )iae no dexlie ,to .Ic.trn.'t fiom In 1S60 I was practicing medicine In IVxth jMirtlcs hae alwajjf had enormous any lainUtlon that rlKMfully belong Mlllersvllle, Pennsylvania, a thriving corruption funds w Itli whle.li to Influeii 'e A prominent to the Democratic nominee: but uv .iro farming community. girt citizen of that locality called nt my elections In the l.isl. The Rynn at a lews tn itn.U'iMtaml low It .s Piat office one day In a very feeble condito the Democratic fund Is tlie larRit he hIioiiI.I bo utile to obtain from a tion. So much so he had to be assisteer len eo fcir as any jiroof noes', ninj.iilty u law HinlttiiK the ed In alighting from his wagon. and Sir. Kjiin sw.r this himself. The houi.s of l.ibor for wonwn, pit cinploy?!)" I found on questioning hlra that he had been afflicted for about two years. one thins developed In in.ll this Inves.l-sratlo- n liability law, a law em- ieKictlni; the He had consulted various doctors. and liiti,ivi.ts Is that ploynient of .hll.lren .luring so!ol Jiouis among them a specialist from Fhlladel- corrupt lndM.lii.ils are tiirnliii; States nn.l at nUht, a law fbl.lillng t'le nale phln. They pronounced his disease to eldente In titteinpt to Iwwulrch Jol. of clftiictts or tobacco to inlnois nnd be Bright' disease of the kidneys. He Iloosoclt Iwcnuse they toubl inot buv similar mciisuris agntiiKt .which tl pros, was graauany railing in sirengin, ios' Ing flesh rapidly, and altogether prehim to befiny the lKople. Vote for the Interests wis sented a very pitiable spectacle, the suit" of the lil ic buHlni't-Projtrelo ticket. tlo'ibtless eNerted, and yet lie utt.rly remnant of a once strong and happy ilcr.ild rushes In to helpless to promote any action airalnst man.had been treating a neighbor of T;ie llartfoid I liKiulm-out to tlio trusts luiboied by his own Com- his successfully. This neighbor had help the Owen-iboiof thts p.iper in monwealth. provo the senior highly recommended me and thus It a Tnft Republican, by .piotlnK fiom the Surely, If the Republican maJoilt was was he had como to me. Tor l'rcsldent, the doctors had He told me platfoun euloj)it-- d by tfve State Son itorl.il so wholly obedient to the wish, s of 'practically given that his case as hopeup THEODORE ItOOSUVEW. Qonventlon held at Heaver Dam lut the Democintlc tlovunor on tlinless and he felt free to consult any lie might at leat other physician. I hesitated to take nwttens Tia,r. The editor of this paper ,was not For Vlco Prcldont, to ume the case, as I felt sure I could not 'do present nnd therefore did assist In have found encouragement GOV. HIPJVM JOHNSON. phymaking that platform and this pffoit action ,iralnsl the tiusts. Rut It I anything more than the other sicians had done. I told him so, yet he For Cansrasa upon the part oX the Herald Is iibout not on tecMil that lie so u.ueji us lltte'l Insisted upon my prescribing. I was a K. BASSBTT. In keeping with all efforts to try to his finger. graduate of the Jefferson Medical Col- proo sojiie inconsistency nKulnst the. He cun not, with justice, take eredlt L Tlis for tlie good acts at ,tl:e Jlernihllcan present editors of this p:C--r-. any All 0".e American people ndmlrje tlic senior editor was opposed to Mr. Ta't majority and at the s.inie time fasten to secure a man of Jils ability for but that 1 one of my newspaTherx, things." lloovelt h four man "who dos yeais ago, but he has wrltte.i upon It the blame for neglect In a matcould do to has never evciirnd to m, .the man. fao,rably of him whenever he could an! ter where theie Is no oUdncee of his do not be and, as a matter of fact, up his mind to supp.'.rt own actMty. Turbey Is doing Jicr utmost to pr had about made It could be done. onpos i Goieinor WlUon says: "The Republi- lee event the otlM-- pouers from pervlng hir him In .tlic y present race when he "I do not mind saying in this pension bill for old can majority in the made the dollar-a-daup for Thanksglvlnff. that the salary that hxs laws Impossible," put through the n'vlslon of corjioi-atlosoldlcre and tried to i flesl upon In .Park row, agreement, be. but the fact lemalns t'int there e.- Itcclptoclty . The walls of a Federal penitentiary Canadian JiO.OoO a cur. voubln't stand In the statute glxlng to the l.esl- best "white hop" ddejs a numbe,r of othe-- r acts .which we'd l4tt,J be ,th BO&a to way. Indeed. I think I could make latnre th power of life and death In ogalnst the not only interest jigalnst Jack Johnson. n money In my publishing business Kentucklans but of ,tho nation, nn 1 dealing wltji the trusts. Did Gover- Mr. Roosevelt at a salary of 1CU0 a In a few" weeks Mr. Archibald will forceid him to opposo lilm. iWe Jiav in nor Wilson urge the I.oKl'Lituro he ajbte to make up his mind whether apologies to olfer to (my living bcl tx .tp tlko action uudcr that sta,tle? ,Wai year. it 'will, be safe or not for him to tetuin for ou,r coiiife. We are willing ito t the wlllngne-s- s or tlie Republican to tills country. It Looks Like a Crime. ecr put to (.he test by the tine future results spevik for themselves. hie (Jhlerf Keeutl of New Je,rsey? No to separate a boy from a box otdtuck- only man n Itoosevelt-lst, of Allen "iourty, made claim Is nude for him Senator Olllve-rle- that he too'c len's Arnica Salve. Hs Pimplos( Ik1!s, tbfc United States ,who c,ould iave n mn.ru! 'i riff ctwii.Vi nt f tl a "vTitt t 'any .step to dLcoer w,liat ,the Ro- - s.rahchest knocks, sprains ,inJ brujs'.'s fcpeech jwhlle an court house Ivere last Monday afternoon publlc.in majorlty mlxht do If It damand it, and itg qujck rLef .tor bur-blcodlns from a bullet iwound. . i but he must hae felt that lie .was were lmpoi tuned hy n man i.s Influential soalds( or cuts i Jijs right. Ktvp it th.j sptpklng to a very unrcsTomihe audi- and persuasive 12.KiO which llcxv aboutthrat as he Is said to be bvi handy for bojs, alo snrls. H.ils over'-thja- g ence, although the etruit ihoiuse .was his supporters. H.'tr-e'e- r President of the Intein-itlonheaallo and does j.t qupk. Un. filleel, thie ,wfis ot Co., contributed to make Pnof. Wilson comfortably Tic Governor say further: "Xo New equaled for piles. Only - cents at twenty Taft men present. The Jersey official eonld prose-efitttie l)e;nocratlc nwiilixe ,for nrvsUlent. I jor pro-Io- all druggisls. Adv. ovowhelmlngly for Rooe-vecrowd was dissolution for breach of Lho -- tlie-Ihave trusta"whic Pead and would hae s' own Itself ,tp statutes." their exist. nrc by nenfon of itjie hut had there been a Progressive sjyvikjr The Official Ballot. nut neither could an New Jcrs'.'y Of Xew Jffisey nnd lemembcr Unit Gov. present. Senator Ollivcr was (evidently .t The Democrats .will Have preference on cnr ha unacquainted with the lovil situation official, ftom Hie Governor down, t,wo Wilson during the wist a single one of t'le goo I mcaMii.'ii' the official ballot Krntucuy NoIn wnade no effort to stifle ,tlv?m. for he njinouncesl t.' nt tlie DemoeratH f that nie now ciedlUd to him. If he vember f., occupying tUi llrst co1iiii.ii Tiicodone' ltoo"CM It'" broad" humanity, wpne making no fight n Roo&o,elt, 'out deserves credit for them and we ate umler the looster. to willing to give his ondu!ul cnger bympalli with the w"re paying all their attentllon him his li.m It is mil) The s.ce.nd eolunui will be n.vup'e I "f l'resl.lent Tnft. Ohio county people know bncauia lue urged the passage of such hit liinute nUiiom-ntpeople'H by the R'publUu ns und. v the log cabin. -. The Ttft iul,'icreiits niei.suies falsehooil, dwrlpt an.l Kiaf!. Ii.ivo comp- better than till.upon the I,cglsWtuie. anl The thiid lyjluinn will be held by the politic il here hate ltioehed all Oio uslsjtnneo iiiircd them so earnestly ami elteistlv. ly leKpwt of etn ,hli elled-the device of Socialist tlelwet, under t,'i possible fiom the Doinix.'.t-it'- 'thj at i" set .nesuliH. pad enemies. ehirpiMl hands aiouiid the .ihl. liKfil newspaper has been so friendly lo. in ,t,lie fourth column will 10 found the ju.T ward them that jou could scarcely toil Governor Wilson's . juoii'tse to make The ilia.7Kc"Klv7nto war on tho trusts If he Is Socialist Labor ticket under tl.e plctuie Monday by JihIkc IlliKl.tii.) was th'3 at tljnes whether It was supporting iWH-l.- .. Uu , I.s utttlly discounted ) Jhe fact of tile aim an.l hammer. best slvtn by him In tlio nine son or nut, aiiu ii tuns maiic more voii that the following statutory inoiJslon In the fifth column will lie found the lie has been on the bench. ,Ile talkol for Rooeeielt all ovr the County ',y of the Now Jeisey Leglslatuie remaine! Prohibition under tie picture ticket Ji.ill Its position. hall niiniiu,s but about ri Suulor nlllver rnado no a dead letter thiotmhoui his i.diiilii1".- - of the iagK . Uiat was j votes lieje for his randld ile, but lw u the In the skill oi last column ,s KOIJ meaner ami one ot uie Kntl.csnclMw7(Lti" .mtrlbutol f 'every eoipoiatlon, TJie rlinraetitr ballot ami on ths extreme right hand ... v.,.in,.i .ni.MiL.n ('oiiiiiditeftiesi gentlemen m tJie Mate or Jvenuicxy or nny supplement llicicto, or iinieiel-mewv. r. or WV V ta.l s'de will appiur the Ptogivs-lvwill be In the Progressive ranks io theieof, rhall be subje. t to alter- Roosevelt ticket, under the liieturo of which .Mno, Ca'U'l,n and Vnnzant Ho 4$ doing effective wprk in r., r i". t t, 11. . another jcar and j. iiii.-iisjhiiJoii, and i.pe.-il- , nation. " Jie.ul, utnl neailn; In H'e Colonel vniurltftl UP U..W. II1..I. far bttteffoauro .llsereatlon of the Jjeglslnutic, nn.l the a inugh i Kit r hut. dlcate U,At tl.ese lfn bslf t! pjrt In Kentuclvj-- . Roosevelt could have Jiad" tthe lt- - I,eglslutiue may at phvisuju. dlssphe ;Chlcago by any eorpoiatlon. nomination at - Th and Dcmociatlc vartle PWtaVi Once again let It ho said ,thut th agreeing ,to run on the pl.Uffinn of their usefulness. Tl.v have FOR FLETCHER'S j bosses, ('rant.. Ho only iiifin tho tiusts fear, the only man Rout, Haines mid lmve only the names loft. Tho prlnclpi-- s ,Uu s founded haw so stated befote tlio Senate (iivnUtu they have came to ft aj, union l, upon which they weie lor the piesldeiicy, l.s TlupJoie U aso and no one Jias .vr The a few Into liHtoiy. lon since jiasv-Roosevelt. Louisville Herald. It. Ills fiieiwls In ,tlo Is the rHJ of tho .disputed Calumny Answered. Projroslve party ventlon wvevr vot.d afV-,-r tli. Metl. and tlie futuic oundctd Uooso-vcl- t, The bullet of Scl.mnk Cre- - $100,000 IsOffered for Roosevelt e udojitlon Kf V ratified by aaaaiBiiaaMaiBMaiKa it killed two cowardly lies bu;l ivwyUilns indicate h a "landslide Ut.,ltus repoit. tfo on-tfommltt.o Editor. that ,hae oecn told duilng tills Progretfclvea on November 5th. T'-- j t(sl,.j dcUgules .otlnx to seynt csish jki parties aro losltiw their grip P"' o0K.r Tlu, iatfown was Me:iU-- the Frank A. Munsey, own.r of tlie Now states that he know Ono of thoso lies was that Theodoro the people and only tin lildo U"nl jMIW cunK .1VlXt was given Vie fitokn Yolk Piths, icgaidless of j Ilom,n.,tIun who ot.s pcilWekui, .that Colonl Roosevelt was addicted to the abue of r)iw ,,idlculous Htate,mcnt nuthlng about n u'jiort wllfaio Jils fce.tu-- r judgement and th Theod,oro Roosevedt Wjould b.svomo ed- alcuhol. fonty-,elgUooseoU u..Utc,, aroun The surgeons In attendance) upon hl'ii In the of hlb country. ,wlll sUnd by tho WjIlourH afu,r ,jlt. uolm wafl adopted, itor of the Press ufter Nov, enhln und the rooster. 'willing to Uiku tho nomination. eJii- - event of Ids de.ftvit at the polls. He can best answer that jslajidw. T,hey did st, would be willing to pay Co'.o'liel Roose- It In tho following bulletin: o'l imaUv fium Wie ,.inio gentUnian ,wth,o Sta;i.la,ixl Tie Tobacco-Tru'or and Islleueel '.e Wo find him In miwnlflcant physlc.il County Convention la-- t velt tlW.tXO a Sled Trust. mid fitly other clared ut tho money nt that, but "!: condition, dues to his inguLV physical Ui.it the Stato ,Omvr;Ulo;i would make truuui of equal muKtiltud.J live and iMve'eunwy and Ms li.ibltu.il alsnlirnce dliln't Uilnk Colonel RooH'V.lt. would oxerclre being under Ou. n.s of (...veiiwr. which nominated O'Rcpr Jia-- fallcrf tlelr t: from tobacco and liquor. Mr, Munsey made this accept. odmlnH-cpujd Wilnnii In the SUito of New Jeumy an I ' endorse Uio State Republican Tirtn'y, who know. In Uielr t obi. Je put up tifttloii. und vv.w foic.d lo HtyM ills have been killed lu-Ungnntc, give the eletath blow-ts.iy to mo about Die ru'What iu Yt hif,t Un. T;in truth u fly'U arfttlnst thcin InsV'Ud of i mining !lstuke this calumny. N 'l,',t tltl1" v"11"." .nongh Hega,U3 mor Unit Mr. RinvHt Is to Imcoiiii ( for tlie 'to ploVUIlt tllli e.ll.il.W of the eoplo Jfol ,' tslluir of tl.i New Yioik Miiess aftel The other lie, Ixnii hi tlm petUno'is mmmmmmmmmam hatred of Wall htieet, bandied about In I (have ,,, Wviids." 1 want to say this nl I ,limu!l( j,BKl.HH to Nov. C Is tlm first Intliua'-Vu- i cow ai illy gossip, not d.vlng to in'iow too many lm.ois.iiu )naU 1(J. 1 bad on tho subject. 1 tune -i If: i( mj. ,(1)lon,Uo to tll.s Idea with .Mr. Roosevelt, Its heiul 111 l Int. was th,'lt Col. Rn.se-ve- lt thlncs Uj Uilnk ubout to pay h.d "J" , Taft. Rveubody knows that tho ei-and iieivously in Is mwtUilIy o ntilthir las Jwu .llussd It with mo: &! .W .ontein over my own death. Mt t oio WllUon St.iu. f . nlnit. mlUl t ever Us.n .tlseusse.l or balanced, a victim of bralustoitnx, poke Col. lullllify u.jlthsr Juih It - a hfiiUUi,iy mental tiLnoti.utllty. . . , ,,, Keiitue ky lo.UiougM of by anybody to my knowlafl.J Using slot, and when Jio liad eviy .u of Col. lioosevclt Mb Junt iMud throuwh muijalV ,,vut (ul u,wulniUU,n toM y10 htu.0 c.lge. himself niiwn to MJPl.o.o voundtd. Yat amne s;iy ho Is Insane. "It goifl wltliout saIng tluil If CoM- - ouu of tho iavwtoat arUeiR a in.iu'c lutain llol.m ttu,Usjiids of vertex las.t jear. o can expurlnco syntejii unpopuUr w.ae UvUi tl.CN. men wlMi'iwl Uw.ielt If tVJt JeWil piosldetit and raeivious H Jos been e,Uitd tlnt'Col. JUmh wama.f, .(wiftly eat of Uil.- lUpubll- - Keaituvkj vul.j, ix.tM.-- d ki ovvy; eKar'.y loUiU.f vou!d ilcaet i..t o much as Mtlfiut th tlt vvulei Uvv Hartford Republican. Serious Kidney Disease Treated By an Old - Fashioned Doctor H nt "Philadelphia, nn.l ns cn of the consulting physicians hm! been n In that college It pecnud to me MUltc unlikely that 1 would be iiblc In do nny moro than had been done, but I prescribed what seemed to be the best thing under tho circumstance. lie went nway nn.l In a week lie returned saying lie was no belter, that lie was still losing ground. He Judged that ho had tnltin the wrao medlclno before. No doubt lie liml. But ho wished me to prescribe again. 1 did bo. This went on for about two mcnUis, the patient fnlllng nil the time, nml 1 wn becoming thoroughly dlscoun.ged with the case. Ono day the patient raid to me, "Doctor, why don't you glu "mc the medicine you gavo my neighbor? Wo nil thought he would die, but your medicine cured him. This was why I enmo to you. Why not give me the same medicine you gavo him?" "IJut," I said, "your neighbor did not have kidney disease, it was n bowel complaint that I prescribed for In his case. I remember I gave hlin the Neutralizing Mixture that I make n gn-a- t deal of use of In bowel diseases." "Well, I want some of the same medicine you gave him. It worked wonders with hlin and I believe It will with me." "But," I said, "Mils Is not a medi cine for kidney disease." "Well, since you seem to be like the rest of the doctors, you cannot help me, why not try the medicine that helped my neighbor?" After some hesitation I concluded to give him a bottle of It. In ten dnys he returned. He at once began to berate me 'in no complimentary words, saying: "You knew very well this medicine would help me. Toil held It back merely to get more fees for treating me. From the first the medicine hns helped me and I have made rapid Improvement. If I could have had this medicine a year ngo I should have been saved a great deal of expense and loss of time." I replied that I was gln.l the medi cine had helped him. I was somnwhnt confused by his brusque, manner und I gave him another botrough speee-h- . tle of medicine. Did not see him again for about three weeks. Once more he If pc pn-fcsior l.t ' - - f" I " """ a ' I 'lllll 111 At V "A aE i linpo-xlbl- c. ..3 lfn Dei"-ocia- ts m-t- theTe'.-So-ltt- - to his duties about his largo farm, I had given him the Neutralizing Mixture which was a remedy that r had used before only for bowel diseases. Tho same remedy that hns slnco been sold under tho nnme of Pcrunn. I could not qulto understand how It was that Peruna should opcrato so bmeflclally In such seemingly different T had not yet grasped the diseases. correct philosophy of disease. I did not then cleatly comprehend that catarrh may nffect the kidneys as wll as the bowels. Nothing of that sort was taught In the books In thoso days. It took me years before I clearly comprehended that catarrh was a dlsenso liable to attack any organ of thobo.ly. Catarrh Is a dlseaso of the mucous membranes. Tlio mucous membranes line every organ, duct and cavity In the body. Thus It It. catarrh may set-ti- e anywhero whero thcro Is a mucous membrane. Peruna Is my remedy for nil theso cases. I Insist upon It, however, that 1 uso It for Peruna Is not a curo-nl- l. Hut as Just one disease, catarrh. catarrh Is liable to affect so ninny different places, disturb so many differ ent functions, derange so many different organs, It does seem to many peo ple as If I regarded Peruna aa a euro- alL Tho above narrative Is simply one of the many enses In my early practice that brought me to comprehend th wonderful efficacy of Peruna In such a variety of diseases. Tho kidneys may bo affected by other diseases than catarrh, but the average caso of kid- - I ney disease Is catnrrh of the kidneys. All caies of Urlght's disease begin with catarrh of (he kidneys. This I being true, and It also being true, that ' Peruna Is a catarrh remedy, It follows I ! called nt my ofneo for another liotilo of medicine. Which wim his Inst call. A month or so aftcrwnrds tt neighbor nf his called and got a bottle of tli rnmo medicine, saying tlmt my patient was practically a well man, intending ' . eei-uil- I r - nt '. that a great many cases of kidney disease would be benefited by Peruna. I'KItt'NA HOLD BY AM. DRUGGISTS. MErMl, notice Many .person are ninklng Inquiries for th old-tiPeruna. To such would say, this formula Is now put nut under the manufactured name of Company, Columbus. bv Ohio. Write them nnd they will be pleased to send you a free booklsb O ' ' ' , 1 r U-el- ' fer 1 ma-orlt- y &. d I lf Jt Utof i, nml with terrible f.irre a blow falls hlin. receives the wound us if it a on t.,,. back. tl'c storm of ex- cltcment about Jilm l.e remains as firm. as cool, fin eltar healed, as as If he weie In Jils llbiary fit ,'kwiv.. lloriiiis forward and gives quick, oiler.si to protect Ids ass.iiUiiit. 11 is master of the situation. He ikis en tlic natural Impulse ot nnger, for he says, with noble c;u.rlt : "Do not harm tl" joor creature." Iloely. and brjiln. nn.T Jieart rod i'P to that fearful tcft vl'i Jierolc sufficiency. No man whose mind wius not ntrong nnd sound, jio Jiwn boly and hrrilu. and charricite-iwrr not ..! heroically inolclfd could liavx1 played ids part as Theodore RjJOff v It flaw plaj e I his. Tlhe pergonal nbuw of Col. Roosevelt will g.i eluwn In history with equally shameful attacks upon Wan'iln" ton and l.intoln. The iiiLshakin .stiengtn, , ut-o,.-eife-rtlv- iiuimg.'.Uic warm l.uinan c'ta. which Theodoi. l:ojs.',.ll llspLi:.l i shin.- - i t the midst of .'.cully bilghVr iig.ilnst the K.rkgiouiul c calumnv. T,h le I.s no jiioiv Inspiring cldiMit ill the life of otir KlfU HI n t! n - It given slntv Mnd'" ha It Trllnine, tie coll :rll nls'it.-Chica- nl The Danger After Crip. Wr lies if,en In a r is.s, nervousness, hick of opposite, gy and ambition, with divrnJervd Jlv-- r and kynejs often follow on (Cttu-The grateyt' les-tths wrelched tlu-Is Rics;trlc Hitters, tho tfl'ir. . tonic, bjeiod purlfjer ond r'gujator cf sHomach, Hvrr and kldnny. Tlioii leave proveil 0,:t they won1rfu'!y strcngt'icn he nervrs, huid up ijiv f ' torn and restore to health t.ivl Ipudfc-plIts lifter nn nt'ack of Grip. If '- try them. Only JO cents, isold find giuinajit..- - d by i.l fwt sit ant ion Adk druggjst- run-dow- n djs.-nse. l -- lu'in, -n ,vlx. pitt'ii c ! lf I net-ds- , Equity Prices For Ladies' and Children's Cloaks. an.l tlTe-Trr- li3. - lu'cc-w-aiy- ,.. ,,.v.. e. Roost-ivtll'- - out-live- d I ji.ii-lutic- Children Cry C A ST ORIA For Men's every day and Sunday Suits. .'r 1,1 li as cam-palg- ht For Shoes to keep your feet dry for the whole family. For Men's, Ladies' and Children's Sweaters. For hundreds of other ruat, J nvite-men- pret-likn.- ; t,. l- I Rio.--.e1- fli ,,, uad ad-S- n.r JACKSON & STEVENS THE EQUITY STORE .. Cromwell, Bre : Kentucky. avee-pte- d aV. ,, -- P't .'!' tnm M',JVtiW(l "i.'.4,w"ies "SSBBSS T .fcii-.."i-t' 4SSMK37--, Coat Suits And Cloaks Art in. "t Olaton. luM This n e.ill jKtrnbi lillf, NnriDWF. ,ro io tVni. l. :, .M. T. V utM'fltlil, PIe?isunt ItlJ-r- i V. ('. .Mivtlc), of Diiiiild'. vmo iin.! (it'Tij-i.- n MtcH.tv. t riill.il" lit (J iin offlco Air. I.. I. Circuit Court Notes. I I HWir .liidmi Mutt .1. Ililt, if p nk i,t Hartford Siv'tinUy nflcinu i'i fir t'10 Pin?ro.tw party. Will iiho iX-(it Mi ILMity tlint nlchl nt I'V. M!m Jlny Ibin-tlnrt- , of At'illeniy, iwl tf'iprry, .r"iiriJ"iitliiw the Mr. t.. llarl,f.vil UiuIkvIIIo llrrntil, Mcro In yen'rriln. Mlfs Itnwluiiit N a ia.i In iiva HtmM'h ntvl nut jfHiuHilty font" t with rooI mkwmi In Hirtfnnl, lfo nnd Mu,vur J.niw 11. W'llllnniF, cMI Irrn rctuniiMl WtelWHliiv from I.ti- Irv'll", wlvre l!vy hn.l lievn itUrnrtlit'-- of llv Uiinvontlun the Intwn.itkuinl llldclplos of Cli rli t, nml lxltlivt nt Cip.i'.wood an.l UiKUnnK,", Ky. nl-nlh- Iteuve-- r t'i" Dimi t'nmp of AWirld will oorolueit tlw iW'nodmcn of t f an ijmr-lllni- t'io inoimniiiit ii'tnil over tlw iritiiNC t tholr lnot,lior, the- - lute llviiry IMmurix i'i, yiuel, nevir ,llortoil lit the IIaUm-- I kiu noM riuriilny. il The Ohio Clluull ('ouiit imivriieil In court hnll here Moiulny with lion .linU'o T. 1'. lililil.cml piod'UiiR iiiiJ c,imnii' Attorney weult'i's Iin D. ll'mro. I pies'iit. AfUi pirll'iiliiarj inotbrtis Uie fnllitwliiix mimed KUitlenu n nwe empaneled uk Krund Juioip for the rrii,' nntiinl, I.. D. Ilpnnett, 12. T. rtiiltli, , C. II. Tminer, Will Hiker, Aiih HI .1. ('. K, ultz, rf. liiHtmi, llnrw il'ir I'on, j cin fore-- j II. H. Tnlof was ileiMniinU-inun, 1'. (I. Austin ns (Ink nml C. II. Monlson us Rhilff of the Kiaml Jaiy. The follow Iiib nnnitd KeiitUintii .worn! crnpineUd ns petit JurotM Trunk Aubry, Jtiniivi Arnold, llinmlfoid Danlil, D. ) Aiiitln, 'iVmi D.iKsr, I.(irli7. Miul'jiiv, J W. Mlllri.Jako llolderrniiti.Hli .Ci.n.i'ii in P. 1!. S. f. U'ni'li, John iRlehfiiH, Kelly, II. C. Foul. Arnold Pollard, Davo MaiUV nnd Alln.rt Co, Tlie follonliiKrase on flist pud second elij's Coin'l'i. docket w .re mnliiuio! i Coin'th. k, Paul t'ooprr. Urn. hnpsn, I.eo llobhi.lluidln llnlrc iJ efi'cisj.Fmnk Allen, eve, John Clecr, Flellf(n IIIi! &r. 3 cases), J'mnk Smallwood, GitorcoL l I ' ' -, I OVERCOATS AND I HI RAINCOATS I t m Mel. t'ae s j follow:. continued for pnwvt-Jlo'liol Pintle, tli. twrlc-ir.i!m'I Com' th, s. I,li'he llnnoui, IS cas's), Itn j if .Mr. nml Aliis. .Iteriikin Plrtlc, of Uio tfjluxts-- ) Wilson, lloli Ni'lton 12 cases), Or lite Crowe 12 cases), iWIUI.iui J.ankfoid No "n"k in k'lilmrl ion I, illcil hint Sfit iml.iy nlir'it nml nfter rum nil xciM"!- -! (2 nisei), iWllllniii llemu'tl i2 tns.?s). j liy llv. T. V. J'l'jit'r, nli Austin Ilnnlini; (I eusei). App lloblni, eit nl tlen. JilvcitM, Wliliurn lVilley " inlv,ini" Iniildl In fie rctn.i'11 m- Vn.ll cjimrli Suits.and Long Cloaks. We have no hesitancy in saying that we can please you in quality-styl- e and price. Already our sales have been beyond our expectation, and every week finds us receiving new goods. For SATURDAY we will have some specially good values in Children's Wraps. Remember this and keep in mind that want the Ladies to remember that we are headquarters for anything in Coat Wc bo !,i(lil uiis n Krontly ihIh1. KrciM'.Minl lirlKlit Sumliy iiftiT-nnni- i. eaiK"H), .UtiHi Pairls U No.-.- n l,oy ami will 1,0" Iteasley i2 cntoH), Klfiioro 1Vjii, (1 caK'S), l.eon.iid WeddliiK. llunit Itiirtfoul Ciuiip No. oir fie It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. Woil.l lulil tlia srue of the Into Dudley TutiU'i V wl.o nun n jnemlier of ,t!in,t cnnij). ln, tUftil monununt linl liecn erulul, an.l llio prK(B In the preKt'nws of .1 lirt;e irowil "ru cry lmjtrejwt. T!i OAPitlyc Wfio lit the Ml)i)xll Ijiirjlnr roiinil, Jlurtforil. MIci Irrnc sillier wliMlnslici n tcnnliln? In Oklaliointifor oiiio tlinennil flatiBlito" IIII.t, of tills flty, w.is of .Mrc. Ji'iinU; mnrrlol to Dr. CliarUs O. l.lvly .it Hoki.lilto, Okhl.. on OcIoIkt !, at tiin lmtil mJito MNh Miller nu'le Ibm ,'ioiim. Thry will irako t'ltli !ionio ill Altiiiiy. Okla., uhoru Dr. l.lily will tiructl-- u JiLs fiiofof.iloii. Tl'ii" many friends of AIr. I.Ivly In llnrlfoid wish ,hor much luip-plnr'- f Voo,lnieii tin Ir iitiNcllliii? R"l,lf"S IVJ !d lljU.r. i Jkl&Ga i Hartford Republican. F1UDAV. OCTOBEK Dr. and Mr. D. Jl. .PeirxUoton TlmrmLiy In Owcnsboiu. .Mr. John-Gle- HartfordCollege Lyceum Course. Course, wlilcti proldel surh splendid tlitii4aliijnrnt ?or tli Ilartfoid jkopIo Uifit winter, w'.ll JKaln bo prtwunted 4ie,i3 t('iN wlnlnr Tlv HarXfowl I.n:uui wl,tli an entirely nejw prnxnun, (Wjilc'i epwrt nn" iia"p returned from .. M. H. JMna Hall, Owcwvboip, Ky., an.l Wtlbert K. llall. of Olyton, Ky., wpio In town Saturday tlie puortt of filtnd. for lYv,rouz6 Dojc N. time card rfXectlte Monday & I Au. 2U. t,hy..s!iow you tlicy want an,d uppri-P- l it . No. 112 North Hound due ?:! jour tnU3. T'.iry .tojl ypu wha t!l,daily except Sunday. have for ilc. Try .tlicm. m. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. iimro f Uia,t Jiu-- t lajwnid u barrel dally except Sunday. Now Orlcjnii Mol.iHsoH the ktml that No. 116 South Bound doe 8:45 a. m. ewryboily UKos. Oct a wallon toiluy. dally exoept Sunday. j HAItTKOKU GIIOCKUY OO. No. 113 Bouth Bound d'je 1:46 p m. fMr. Murxln Miller, of OwcwIhito. daUy exoept Sunday. stciioKnuilio.r for tly XKtli flclnl iouit H. E. M1SCHKE Agt M 'Judlcl.il Jilstrlct, Is In Iwie tills ie.'k. uit lolicult . Mr. llMlnioml Kerry ltw lien upjvnu.J, A,minK our cil,.,rt r.rW.iy iwhw JIcb-..ut Willie Jlun. j nml win, Hilton D.. ?' ii rstiiiiuitei j, oute fi.vnnl ralntr looatlot.'rvMiti .': MnnJial Ciowe. 1'Olt. SA1.K.-WV- 11 Jii.lsi' W, It. Tailor, of .Micllnry. Adv. Addrem. IMIlor till offlc. " ii,.rif..i' tVniiii"nweaUirii Attoimy Hm 1. 6. I Mr. b. 11. Tlctanor. rout .l8 ,uh.,hu,IM 0w.nhIlMllt r, turned AUH.day from Coi.nU city. y ft E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. fa Muhlenlwri; Uajji, hpr5 he lllt r:so, wTui-7iJv- -' k1 with tlic flrpt nunibtr o will Nov. 2, with The Uatthars Entetalnei-- . Bery number In tlie fourno of thu prograint fur tills winter Is a splrndt one, nnd w are fartumwtc In again Jia ' lnr this Mecum Counx". JteJrtw ui.i tliat will RUcn the dates and number apptar here. Niov. 2nd. The IJMlh.irz liitertalnors. Jan. 14th, Itolan A. Nichols, Lecturer. Feb. SI. W. Powell llale, linpurfcojiolor. starch 5, T!) Klod Coiiipun3, II til J entertainers. 'Prof. Floyl, of refined Sloglclan, Sirs. Kloyd. Telnialliim. 1. K. Allan, Musical Director. March 12. Albcr.t Oale and JMaxtM Gale, Sonits and stories of tlio lied M.v. April i'nd. The Slratforibs, wmiiod 't four spkudld Aoeallsts and Inrttrnfini.-tnllt1 s. -! On Saturday niornliiR it,he dlnitrlUi4tlon of tickets and nllatnvcnt pf seats will bo inaib to all who hao Renson tlekuts. The dtun Ins twill lie held at ,tho Ohio County Drug qn., at 9 o'tlick 8.itiuduy inornlnir. Statement fllid In followliiK vir-- h liy Cominoiiwealtirs Attoiney anil stricken off: Coin'th. s. Josle Ward, KMlll Ooff (7 eases), Andiew Klnff, ft ill., Oieir MeKlwey. HiifIicI Kite hens. deI'.ittorwm, Cotn'Ui. s. Walter fault Jiidsciueiit for ?2". and 10 days !n Jail. Ten in. Set 1st Day White SowltiR Machine Co. m. The Wilson Cumpany. J. K. Wat-kikdlcil Co. s. Tjmer WeMerfleld, et ul. s. 2nd IXiy T. Wade titration laipilier. tllearliiK on motion -- . . Bvans for change or enue.) A. Jludion, ilurj' IJurelm p, H. ! William . Chas. DtWcw, et al lUuvii. Com'th. y Sd Da I. 11. Alfoiel vh. O. W. . T. (jdml.!i'. et al. T. W. Yates ct nl. SI, 4th Day A. II. .Westerflehl . H. & K. It. It. Co. ct al. W. II. JJea-is. 1. C. U. It. Co., et ul. V. et al. . et nl. s. I,. & N. It. It. Co. H. al. ot . 5th Day J. W. Cooper ,M. K. Wllllaflii, et al. 13d Uowais J. & i. , n. it. n. Co. . ilob-e- rt 6th Day Georfje Shreiisberry JJennett, ct al. Oases on first and secpnd days' idpckst htW been disposed of as follqw4: AU O. Ipa,n? vs. Wllliajn lludpon. dIfm,Useil without prejudice an mptlon pf plaintiff. Mary Burden s. II. iD. Burch vonll.'t of Jury 25 for plaintiff. v. The trial of the Cloai,monwealth Martin AVIlloiiKhby, charged iwlth bejins an nccessory to tho deatli pf a younK Klrl at Horso Rraneii last Defembtr w?h tried in cireult court Wednesday and reiultcd In an aeiiulttnl for the ioung nun. It was wy dear that ilr. was not guUty torn cpry witness tivat was Introduced, even by the State. Dr. Cliailea DWecse, of Hone Branch, was also churned iwitji llie ame offense, and the cose against Jilm win In the testimony dismissed, as ,the Wlltouirhby trial showed he .was not Implicated in the affair in any wiayj ns ro Km-br- $2.50 to $18 ! m Rosenblatt's f (In Connection With S. Rosenblatt, Hawesville.) $ i. ilb-an- HARTFORD, ) "N" 11 11 m - KY. I, I m J I i l l I Our goods are ALL WOUL Vhcn we say so. Listen f J?W r ,T Mr. Ajtcht.1. BIHind Hiiiold IluUiruuk MoxU-o- ia Jjoii" CayJi t..0j, on Nm the winter. Oupon Tjckmis tho ' . whirc lie from Ui ! w HI " ttlo Crlt-ntI 11 Kpuid a tuw d.i - mo .WH y Mx)ri( ,,,,.,,, tT0U up, ...., lalklrK ,...n.v l.nir cVt MacJiliifl t I i4,h;,. 1W Ailv - Walter Norton and wiw. Wot. vitUln Llvwriorc. aio It lledxlek and fanUly. jf you nowt a bi Judfc-- e , " W. - tnt wiieiv ho uttoivUd. the i. i,.a ni9ollri of tho .M'isrtiiUj fiptcinilv , nllnir Hurtf.nd l.olse No. 6T3 C. . m . SJck JicaJacho tjs tauasd liy a disord . . Take C!vimberlaln,i! Ti'f Sttn&tor A. J. Oliver.'' of Scottsl!!o. lets and cairec,t ibat and tho lisid- Ivy., spoke In Hartford (Mowlay In the For .Sale by all oeJiea wJU difappevir. t, Interoit of Taft's fannlldaoy for i Adv dualerg. nnd CnriKicsnuin lien Jolumoi, ly spoko nfiter Sir. of llirdsUiwii, Public Sale. Other and in the Intuvst of tho Deni outatlo thkil. At A. B. Ijeaeh'H faivii 'llUur.id.ij Oct. wus ln,tio;liK'cd by pim-x.U- n 31, 1912. Llo Btiiick, furmliif: Implements air. iOllM-eivilriiuin Myutln, and at onco unilxflte sliiuvs in tho Cioiuwell Dopoilt wnt Into Uio discussion ,of ,tjie iwlli'li" hank. adocated liy the Tuft ltepublkMlis. Ho Adv. J. A. LKACIl. .Vl"'. eihlol uiuiL.. nt dull Liiirtli and liPIMal to "thio my" , nmkUi a SUtto of Ohio, City ot Toledo, Ins he tiillid them )o finio buck (to U o Lucas County. -- Oliver and Johnson Speak. evl jCom-Milr- J'ros-Iden- r i m lthtlc '.' Don't let the cold chills chase all over 1 .., T,,i 6tf Adv nimut Die klrwl I B3I-- . S. I.. Kl.NO, jHanunl.'Ky - ... . Sp.iIdli.B ,,. lf!you wan a hame CLa WiESU3Yj lfttl Adv Hartford. Ky., 11. K. D. No. ! ei tha tarm 2 3 l- - : O. Jones, LcLtchlKdil. , Mrs. J. K. route nntriKd Gunther-Hoeh- n. I nine Installed Uio latest buion wbqre she taul been from Brazil, lnd.. to Jllss Henrietta L. aiinUier, of llart-- ' nwWilne and am prepared visltlnB her UuKJiUr. Mrs .T. Jk J'trle inaktnK klnds of ullUo,l!'' ulvo anp a ford, and Mr. JV. U. Hoohii, of Aonrlule. lllko u for Kucral Uif. f Alabama, wtro luiltiid In inorriuifo v NA)'U ' ' ., .,.,. to '" .,, ., Whcnercr your l'"""" St. Joseph's Chure.li hi Centml Cltv, Hartford. Ky. s ". iv"- t25 at the Ohio tvun'.y xnux Tuesday murnliiB, the IteiV. Fatlicr ..,... uuiwiilTu'IVTI'11-l- n ln,ik nflor . n.w.i--.-.- .offlcIuUni;. wfUr .tho ewreinony you 0Lt a llannony Tailkteitf Maximo 1"" luteivst In Ohio und adj.lcent eouiiB0)4 AW. hoiim lit Aoivlale. free. Addleis they left tor thilr tli.il. Salurv or Coiniiitskloii. with the ioiiih ctcd TJio hrldo wan l.co"you .n cit n J'y ot "Tll , LINCOLN OIL CO. llumfpid riOKiitflio lor many Jkiih und ycara pubserlp- - Aih u one cluMland. O. Vulture's Ciaw" Mr. HiHhn li iin tJisiiKiir in tjio em. ... -... . ..: r KVl Hiliit uiiim-iii....i..u itnn ,rt niw. itniiDevjn jiiufk .j- .w"" WANTHD-I- S'J oy (f lh0 HpUl,t.,n IUIllo.ul 111. Tli-- i uf tw jjj fwst ,un). Not JoJ8 Ul(Ml u ymi,, :ii,f,,mlni, ull,iw,m. ,us lm b.n re- M.itr-- ! ,j unctt-. id. ilA,lu.,i lvlr: small MUs Wlllye Sndth, "Wurtfty ... - uir ,.i .MIm. JlumkUu LoulSf UimUur OHIO COPNTY t"..i.Mi.i:. of tie Old.ir of tfi fiJMew )f the o.. .Mr. AihI,iiiw I'ib.ui llntilui YiMa:ilioNi: Ilartfoid. uttcndcl t'e imo,lthU( Aa , Jdui'ikil iltl t iC, ;;,. Chnpter In lloi'klrwvlllo Omnd ' TiieMbo, )4oltr tHM'ty-kfii'ii- 'l wevk. ' 4'Klt Mil H Kl'Ur W.'ii. . One th,o.u.und iibio jiujiel;d luid 1 lV llliliUlll.Urlll.lll I ,. l ..,tOA..Jn 14.1 UUll Of (yi'- IlUia l,..i , 'iLLittmil. Kmtu. li ,. 1.2" I' t'lillllll) ullU.v .i.ii.lil. Inab Drain Tlllnf.l j At 1U.i.u t!,e li.oi;. n,. ut. ..to i, U m. 15. W. WLIIB,' ! , ...... i After Kintmli'r flftetuth IitJj.roM1'Vili.ui't, ' froju Our V. uila nw. -- o, ... I , AMiiAalc. Ala,bama will ho lutiutliiitf, as welt uj bwivXiclal on) ,Ky. jllailf Adv lu.h'w. our,Iaunlrj foi.us. rtitl-- Laundry of W weiik KUtuar,tel. Ua.Vo ftution , ., ... ,.,... uwi,y t,o, CKCIL 1'KMX & llOSM TPM.OIt. I5tf t)ju vInUTncf atlomcys .ittciiJ- AJiKJiiif ,1(. trcut comt Iiero tin wk werh JoIln Ti 1(i),V, CenUitown: (l.Ilt. Likens, Kpiaikfjlrt: J. M. IMrter, llciwr Dam; S.ue iWo.r.-prese.- U PArty tlint he Frank 'J. Olieney make senior jaryur of tho firm of F. J. Cmwe, and Jt wu paiBii Clialrnian Cioncy & Co., doiiiK buslirus in t,,,i Mr. JulumorVH plainly apparent tlint City of Toledo, County and S'a,to afore-koIi- I, crovMtwas mueli la.xer tliut tj.o uudleji'-ojvI that farm wjl iny t.ha of Mi. OlUct. .Mi. Jolmson'n siccji wH silm of ONB HONDUEP D0LLAU8 for el'o.ted Miy largely to his icmuluct .'i inch and evoiy ca9 of Ca'anrJi' that WahlnKton euifl' voiiiiiiCHhinun at use of mil'i an lie cannot bo 'cuied by r,rio matld inucli show of ilils iork, .FIIANK J. CHI.Ni.V. Catarrh Cine. viewed it. Sworn to b"toro me and subscribed in Mr. JioiniMWi that Taft Uiilay wa InlrtMluevil you. Buy three suits of our JlLL-WO- OL by CA'"'- - s J ' my proionce, Uija Q'.l I day of Djcombor 3Li:.VON. NoUry Publ.c, X D. 1S8'3. I A. W. ..,.. -- .... . Mey-erJn- I l.r bookalwilj r.r. Cure 1 taken internally and acts dj,rety on tho b)oidanl mucous surfaces, of tho BJ't""- - s',,1 I fur testimonials fro". & CO., ToeJo, O. F. J. CHUNKY, ' Sold .by all I'mBKlst, "re!. Take HjU's Family lJls for loiistl-pa'lo- n l' Adv. . I (SHAJr.) Hull's Catarrli winter underwear and KEEP WylRM. We won't "warm you" on the price. Ve will give you comfortable-feeli- ng garments that won't' Irritate your skin. Ve can "fit" you, because ours Is the store that carries the sizes. Whenever you want anything in .our line let us line you up with It. r t ........... JU..i.i. Knr Snlo lmreo iicj- Jlulvr oiulno anil saw rlir fm Mle e.lie!np. Will itmdo UlTD ilOWAItD. lUrlfoul, Ky It. F. Itf Adv. Ono 12 1 CARSON & CO, INCORPORATUD. ) ' Jit ,' 111 wt-h- o - jj CASTORI A OliildrenCry FLETCHERS FOR Hartford; Kentucky. 'Urv 11 wwasnsL TiiT",m',rrf"rnma'iHvirr-'.'- ' VEGETATION IN THE SNOW I YOUR SUITS Delicate and Beautiful Flowers Abundance, Though Absence of Fragrance Is Marked. Directory County Ohio Clrcuk Court-- T. P. Ulrkhcud. Judge; Ben D. ningo, Attorney; W. 1. Mldkiff, Jailer; K. a. Uarraiw, Clerk; K. 1 Muster Commlsloner; It. T. Collins, iTustee Jury Vund: T. II. Ulack, Slier-If- f, Hartford, Llrutlc-- t. O. Kmnn, IIAKTFOHD, KY. Itwivor Dam; (I. 1. Jiuwmi, lUnito ., Iluit Will practice ble prufelun In Uits ford; W. 1. liirp, ito.lno. Court s and adjoining counties. Cotnincrclal first Monday in mid ion llnuuH thru? wncki, tlitid Moinkiy In ril, and Criminal Practice a Specialty. two wtuks; Uilrd AUmduy in Oitotxr two Kivlu, County Court. It. It. Wedding, Jud.o; V. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, At torney, JIurtford. Court convcuea fliatl uouduy In each montli. Quarterly Quarterly Court-Ucfi- lna on HARTFORD, KY. the fourth Itorftluy In February, Hy, Mwn W. II. Uarms anil C. li AutTuat and November. Court of first Tuca- - Smith announce tihwt Uwy have iforin-- a Jay in Janudiy aud first Tuctduy in iiartnurnlv'-j- ) ftr tbo fiuitor.il pmc. October. utce oX law, excttpt crlnilin.il und dtvur Other County Officers C. 8. MonSev. Attwr-i2- y durveyor, Kordllle, Ky., U. y. u. cabVP, Mr. BuvlLli beJng County is from practicing auch So. 2; Uernard 'eitx .Aiwmsor, Hart-forKy., H. y. D. N0. !; Henry Lecli, ccteu). Mr. Ikimis will individually Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. aoct'jit Mcb practice, OffloB in Itlley, Coroner, Hartford. Hartford JWpubLcaa bulldiug, llart-torJUSTICES' COUIITS. K- B. 8. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday alter rd Monday In Morcli, Tueaduy ul-iJfd ,on'"y. In June, Tueada.- Monday to beptcnibcr. Tuesday after Jrd Monday In Deiember. L. MOSLEY, iJh'xi1:- WedneJay In Alajcli, Wednesday tlftor ir1 U,ond,uy ln Jun. Wedneaday after filer fr .FlKJ? i!J',tV!nber' Wednesday ember, .. HVP,uay .,n HARTFORD, - KT. hi ?t Mll. Uoikori, xnilay .ln jLni'' i1"1"' I'rlday ZtlJ-- r Will practice hla profession In all the inUon,aye.ln M'ly alter 3i,l Courts of Ohio and adjolnluc countlea, and In the Court of Appeals. Also No. JaU,klUin . JC n .a. n . tary Public Office ovar First National ler 3rd Monday in June, ufi.'r Bank. n September. ?rd ir .. .?"' y .ln cber. Ko-ll- x, In I oiik'd ' i ' y ??ktwJw lnT7iMl.ou. W- - MfaaMUlatCy wMARAnwron .... jua ViUr J -v (BW Mr. "William A. Hartford will answer aueatlona and irlve advice KIIEE OF OOBT on all fubjeats pertaining to the -- subject of bulldlnr, for the readera of MiSa paper. On account of hi wide experience a Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he 1a, without doubt, the highest authority rn all then subjects. Address all Inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 1T Went jackaon boulevard, Chicago, III., and only atamp for reply. aWcloM two-cent Ha I When a nan builds a hoiiCe tbero is one factor that often Is overlooked He sometimes falls to re all re that, ike aM only Is under certain obllftVt flont, to himself and bis family, but ks 4b alfo under a deep obligation to the community In which be purposes to build. 7 Urn. ! ri For Instance, a man hR no moral right to buy a lot In a community ofj line bouses and place thereon an arW. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE chitectural monstrosity, or a house Second Floor Plan whose freakish design will detract; Proprietors from the neighborhood. The desire of home owners In every neighborhood la to have the houte that are built even better than thore LACKSM1THING already there. In other words, fro-- ; which, though not expensive, will be reseWeness Is the watchword In home credit to any community. tulldlng as In all other things. MAN CREAT0R 0F CHARACTER A man cannot do a more foolhardy slr.e and the surroundings. The front. thing than to build a dry goods box. AND REPAIR WORK age will largely determine the design Portion of the Immortal Life That in Law of Nature Must Endure and the arrangement of the rooms. For Ever. The bouse here shown Is beautiful, tt ly adapted to a corner lot where ample Natuie works upon the lower forms lawn space can be bad., The first floor or story can be of concrete blocks of life. A higher power than the or plaster finish. The wide exposed atone has formed it; the trees, the 'chimney, giving the Impression of the flowers, even the insects and beasts of iimhr..i, .h we plastic materials in the hands un- ..,..,. C ft MM M, monotony of the end elevation, as the j JJf Ptter; Through It, In dormer does on the front The size imuKuuie lime, lue uuuiea are isrmca of this bona Is not as large as might for man. He enters the temple preappear from the design. It Is 32 feet, pared 'for him, and nature, who has 9 tnchee wide, and 41 feet, 6 inches been sui'terae, now bows before the mystery. She sees before her not alone long, exclusive of the porches. The front porch is. of ample size, the world stuff to be fashioned, but HI and one enters directly Into the living the very creative spark. No longer room from it. This room la 10 by 18 can she mold unaided. It becomes her ""I feet In size. The architect has yield office now to furnish the opportunities -I rsft ntlnK man who has before ed to that demand for the parler that!'r " In most localities, and has him the herculean task of evolving the still obtains ! iprovlded one II feet, 6 Inches wide and human mind. No outside force alone , 16 feet long. With the wide folding can make him. The creative seed is doors the living room and the parlor itself within him. Every event, every can be made practically one. The din- circumstance, is something to be met Mrat Floor Pla HJHJ ing room is 12 feet by feet, 6 Inches; and acted upon by him. the creator of OFFER: Ills own destiny. Whether ignorantly and a beautiful feature here is the conkaM Fata ukayonowaanaaMatca A trad win 1 itCBtr. servatory opening from it. The kitch- or consciously, he works in the Illimitlaboratory of na- W 4sowse, or a Cheap looking structure In, en la IS feet, by 12 feet, 6 Inches. On able and exhaustless afl UOM antatl tea nn- - I of fine residences. For the second floor are three bedrooms, ture, and therein slowly but surely I laillaite-atar- iTariff. TtptenaM: a eoatn-alt- y I n-a- aa. I sdabaht- bl iamlly will be ostracised. a bathroom and a etudy. This latter fashions character. Human laws may I and Meatkm thin Paper. I be fiamed and forgotten; temples may I Writ neighbors. mmt rightly ao, by their room also may be used as a sewing and crumble; whole races Nr la there any necessity for room or as an additional bedroom If so be reared through their allotment of I 1 may pass SEND K CENTS of tab character. Well and -ns desired. 1 MmUitoTaIaal teMTWrs (aMilit drawn plans are available and is estimated that this bouse can sorrow, despair and joy, and be no It 4eelgss are to be mad for housea be nicely built and finished for 14,000. more; continents may rise and sink; m laMraaTiwuiAiIan awl Ptet BMk, M miiUilwliimiHiiilmiali.ia. but chaiacter, by means of which all 1.1. IttttH, tlc-t4Kt-- ll these things are formed and colored, character, as part of man, the Immortal, endures. Gertrude van Pelt In the Theosophlcal Path. Snows ten ms during the Rummer tnontlis nrn of frequent occurrence In tho Ilocky Mounlnln region nt on of 10,000 Iret and up.vnrd, sometimes covering tho ground to n dentil of sovernl inchetf. ' Tlio IIowcth nt this elevation nro ttaunlly Btnall, of doll en to tlntu nnd very beautiful, but Inciting in fragrance. Owing to tho absence of mols-tur- o in the ntmosphero freezing docs not nffr.ct vegetation at this altitude as It does nearer sea level. The flowers, after having been completely covered with snow for a day or two. will regain their former vigor after the anow departs, although they will appear slightly wilted for a few days after their snow bath. There is a tiny little flower of four tho receding Petals which follows snows far above timber line, which la usually about 11,600 feet above sea level So closely does it follow tho melting snows that It is often possible to stand on one spot, pluck flowers with the right hand and make snowballs with the left. On the other hand during the dead of winter one may often see the snow in the big timber black with a very small flea. It is much smaller than the domestic pest and does not attach itself to animals. These fleas make their appearance during a thaw nnd the snow will look as if a giant had taken a fine mesh sieve and sifted sect over it. They disappear as if by magic during freezing weather, to re- appear when it moderates, i Pressed Dye-x- t Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law n mil and v s ? work given done. ion-vtiu- Kclu-iiiu-j- ip- - attention. i Cleaned and Ut (). delivered. J r(l. VurU called for and a Barnes & Attorneys at Law Smith Chib rate $1.00 per Glill), Clalma-Conve- nea month. Hartford Pressing V. M. C. A. ULDQ., irinted HARTFORD, KY. d, fi GILLESPIE BROS. .s'0.4,mcl, altr if a Attorney at Law YANCT -- . .ny iZ?Ll ih,MIBfJ. I B Kayftr--eWednesday after ber. - i & C ffiS V Z 3id J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD Ohio County , J7 avay..y': vAh M.nduy Y. lit rhrf,.i'r.nio. ?" Horseshoeing a Specialty. All Matters Given Prompt Attcrv 2ndron,yarj- ttM,,lT"a,fiy ind Monday In May Tn ,Ur,lUy aiUr tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS nd Monday , Notemben ,X""y after SPECIALTY. 'atton, italpti. Krldav fter Ind . . " 3&.ttyW7nlZ " lay in Novwnber. wu JJo"" . HAIlTFOItD POUCK COUIIT. Clly A'ttorTv'' wf7 'IB' Hartford, - Ky. i - J sVhVe..r.,uC'Vf-':- . V. J. XJeuiJ. Chair- man; ur. J. w. 'r- i.U,if' F'otary. W. S. rinsley, Ur. E, I'tndtltoii und 11. t'. Lowe. IlfiUQIOUB SEHVICKS. er, I urer. Sfe y "' Wlon an KILLtm COUGH CURE thi LUNGS of ''. "ctt, V Dr. King's New Discovery AMUU THROAT AND LUNfi THOUBLEt. f' ESPECIAL MXEMaTf-MMSSOC-HI Pfla-Ctlatft- SEEDS N ar. day M. J. ra. ay etenliuj. jfcv. T teay; f W fete 5J2P 2ft2.l sinday' " paStdr Sunday Scool;4fc 7'' or -- 'T - yK JnnTi, QUAXAHTUCD 8ATXFA(J0Kl OX MOV XT MMWVMDXD. ,very fou"" WrlKht w" nJ m ' m- - ;t-H- J SKCnET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodice No v U. meeta llrat aim third .Monday each month. Owen Hunter. W.nitnt T.t u li n Electric Bitters Succeed wfcea evemhlna? else tala. In nenroos prostration and female remedy, aa thousands have! testified. KcuncBcs ucy are tne mprent llaitford iSe,Vr.coSd Cliafter No. "VT1'1 e No-,1- Australian "Tea Fuddle." The "tea fuddle" Is still In vogue In BB-I- M New South Wales and Queensland, writes a correspondent. The term hac MACHINE nothing in common with "fuddling" in RH-WH-lliSfVf-! the sense in which that word Is used In England. wit H8P1 A "tea fuddle" In Australia is a means of raising money usually at n bazaar in aid of some church or NOT chapel. Those who enter their names SOLD p as :; G?E w subscribers to the "fuddle" each UNDER subscribe a shilling. Their names ANY are pasted on to teacups which are OTHER jumbled together on a tea table. Each NAME. subscriber, after being blindfolded, picks up a cup. Should he happen to WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. pick up the one bearing his own namo SX jii IWiM mm B W i B Bl BWi W I BiBl B Hpl he gets a prize. As there are usually yl&HPfz..i,s -' If you tlie NKW HOME you will about a hundred entries this very" sel- li.ivcaliroiikMtut tlic prko ynu jiyi"Udwlll not luve an endless chain of repairs. steganography" and "logography" at dom happens and the money of course i " TERMS FOR STENOGRAPHER 23"fc goes to the bazaar funds. London other names for what we generally Quality call stenography. In the order given, Chronicle. jArt of Shorthand Writing Has Been they are Considered derived from "grapho" comand Is Known by a variety of bined with "brachys," meaning First "Man of Straw." it is the Names. "short," "steganos," meaning "covThe phrase, "a man of straw," had ered," "secret" (a stenographer Is one Its origin in England at a time when Cheapest Possibly not one In 100 of New (who writes in cryptic or mysterious men might easily be procured to furin the end fork's numerous "key tappers" knows writing, not to be read by the untni-tlate- ) nish evidence upon oath in aliuott auy (that the art of shorthand writing Is TwrJaaaaaalfW and "logos," meaning speech. emergency. It appears that persons of to buy. known by other names than "Meuog-jpby,- " this description were accustomed to " lt only one of "Thachygraph If you want a hcwlni; Diplomatic Compliments. walk openly In Westmlnbter hall with our latest catalogue before machine, write for you pun.haw.'. "them, its second part, of course, conies t Krancla I. Madero, president of Mex- a straw projecting from their p'nocs. rfrom the same root us the latter end ico, Is a Htnall man and somewhat sen- thus signifying they sought employ- The New Heme Sewing Machine Co, Orage, Mass. of "stenography" that Is. from the sitive on the fcubject. Not long ago ment as witnesses. Hence the expresGreek "grapho," meaning to write. f f)riarn nnt It la unKlnt ... . p"ola sion. "Tachy" is derived from the Greek rapne. $50.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH An advocate who desired a conveAbraham Gonzales, secre-.... . .M....h-- . ,..nin- - - uif,. - ..i.j o inrv iT Rtntn Is a very tall man and nient witness knew by this sign where Kor your tpuie time Experience nut needed. Want an acthe man in thla locality. .shorthand writer who has the ability stout, and he wan required to stand to find one; nnd the colloquy between To intioduc us to your friends. We pay rto take down rapid speech and tran- - next to Madero when the picture was the two was brief. lariretit rasli btnefllH when KlcK, Injurnl, venue 11 iiuicmy hub me BUI 10 call luwn "Don't jou remember?" the advo- and at death, for smallest rout. Mniier.i herself or hlmnelf a oner to tltt and mu efcB to ,he . ' cate would ask. The party would "f,ed. V P from this place. Write ipilck for . Tn - "ch" sound la like that nf "k ,11 lilt nuflii of the great Gonzalez. glance at the fee and give no hIkii, particulars. "Stenography," comes from "grapho" observed the difference in when the fee was increased his THE 839. Covington. Ky. combined wlta "stenos," which means coughed Hllghtly. Then stature and but be said: "I powers of memory increased with It, "narrow" in Greek. So u "stenog- feel that my size will ehoes rapher" is either a narrow writer, advantage unless we are not show to and straw desired. went Into court and swore us seated." xir she or he practices "narrow writ"Your Excellency," replied Don ing." Abraham, "If you could only stand on so many years ago we heard a your wfalies Not Brazilian Statues. we would all bo dwarfs." I AM PREPARED good deal about "phonography" as a In the South American republics il "Well said." Madero In return, "proname for shorthand writing, but thu vided you did not stand on your Is not ulono wurrioru und statesmen courTo do any kind of Veterinaterm taenia to liavu gone out of utc. tesy at the same tlmo." Saturday who are remembered by public statues comes from that same useful root Evening Post. 3t Some montliB ago In the republic ot ry work. Horses, mules and "grapho," combined with "phonos." lirazll u monument was erected to o cows need not die for want of rrbo latter word means "Bound," so puot, and a month ago in the city ol Calls answered attention. Another Investigation. that a phonographer Is one who KIo do Janeiro, in tho "Junlln I'ub "Daughter, I heard busplcloug day or night. writes down bound as ho hears it. llco" (thu public garden), a statuu uat sounds on tho veranda last evening." erected In memory of Fcrrelru dc 'The phonograph Is, of course, un "Yes, mother." for writing or recording Aranjn, founder 37 years ago of the "Wnsithat young man kleslug you Portuguese Joiirnnl, Gnzela do Notl ound. Veterinary Surgeon Then tbero aro "brachygraphy" or kwuttlng mosquitoes?" - Ky. etas, who Is considered the father ol Uxazlllan Journalism. " Jwtx"' liW " H . 9nVPHHllk. 3HPRBBr&HiAP&rMl!h 'EBPMa. - t' wvVR"r' 7 JrTV.i i. S TC MiHfitOiHlHIBPISQu fffknh 'HIM'H IftiHBij(HBKUK&B Ilk Iff w"' piin-baw- mill I Of fiS1 V. rife J ,m,er,.1-oU- W JJlTtV ni.f,'"1. mi io. SSIeh'VJSn.SfViW"! Suiinhlne lilvo Hartford Tent No. It. & S. IK" rW ' - , 09. mcA ': Kn,e" ' J"u-'.. ",cr n a,'on"y y r k FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND STOMACH TROUBLI is the beat caedidne ever aatl over a droggist'a counter. r -. K- tw Thursday K' Keeier, c L. O. T. St., Very Serious It is a very serious matter to at k for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK-ITRMIGt- iT &aKne?r8tsar dav HOME - tp fohPavrt ,:.. "" . - UU1 Anaio,"'irdj; 1W Order 'kfU Men, 'umii.,",.0-.11- ' ."..-.,1, i "".:..." -- -., t.r ...v..t.i,. A. Kecords. .i ITPI I"' ."'"'. ';,,,.. X- -. .....weonei '"riiittHlx - CJdef der, TJioioaii U'ullacu. 1'leHtOtl "'tw nltilit Uartford Camp, .. AV. . n. w v mfm. L. . . wi try mvwuu ami louitn .s.iturilHv In t., Cotnmaii. i'V'H!!' Umtnn Tina. holds regular nitlilfc.asa"ti'fday the. first atonday In 'l I .. . of Liver Medicine The reputation or this old, reliable medicine, fcr constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger Bale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN Fa ' OlerK, W. C. AUJt. ford Aim. Comniander; aft.j-n.u- J, it. beforo Ash' Itogers, the "'.V.' "rtdtClfrjiC fomUl TlltVJ.iy Sunslilne iiv-oi- T' Woo,,nif" 'vorv . 12 ' ,1'L T. Jlive No. In I "'"' '" Conimamlri; 5li. jj. . iiji,i,.! I.aly Ilocord Ituufih lUvir IaiJjjo No. u KnlBhUi of Pythias, Iluits ivory TiKiMljy U. h. TuyoT, C. C, J. N-- iVwtw ' JC. of It. it S. oery flrit .cli month. O. SI., and UilifJ nriitay nU'li Airis Atjo Oiifla u,t. Keep Style by Reading McCall' Magazine ami Using McCail Pattern MCALLS MAGAZINE Ladies! Sve Mosey aid ii lull) Jem ( --- A. S. ill rK n National Officers: President-1- 1. 1 "tachj-grapber.- " Casli-lluii- 1 Carroll county, Trea. county Vice 8. B. Itobertson, McLean county, Bee.. O. P. ItoeWer, Warren tounty, State Organizer. C. C. Allen, lhnry county, und Oruves, Allen lounty, AHHlatant Hute oriiunlzers. Hoard of Directors. lien Wutson. War. rcn county: C. 11. nurnttt. Ohio coun-ty- ; A. It. liiookH, lliuckeii tounty: It. II. j. ny. Jlardln county, und J. y. Doib, MuhlenbcrK county. Ohio Couirty Officers: H. U Stevens, Prta., llenver Pnm.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Uaitfoid, Ky. V. lord, TieuH., lluitford, Ky, 3n hecretarv.Trintiirt dlanapolla: Ind. State Ufflcera: m Vice Prealdcnt-- J. r. Sharp. Norrawa. Ky. ii. Woods. ,.. ., " '" At oh li sou posted cm thu I.' ten fu hill ii lis In ilntlrs nuil luis. to Nw Kuvlih.il elEUj in eatli Imic. Alo v.ilitulilu infortunium en i II homo and mp Koaul U.nllfix. linljr Im linlini; tiv a .niiM iimiletala tt li)a Lcnplnp Mti.ila.Mtl diet flrl-Mi- ly . ' 'ro',an, P 11 t rt,, irn T!MrA ,"jnnlilnyoti to m:k MtCilir.r.rot Willi Inline Willi yn.'fovMi IiiiiiiK irio a frto inhiitii. Su'i- iitiIio tiKlay or semi lorlreor,iuiiloio)yi i nr .t )ouimi( mid ilnliUdi whl( li lull Ihihi Iril In Mloniul I't lilLlicrtlian 15 cenw hcnil I In your luililiik'lur , ir f I'aiTtrn G.t Vii Fint Iieitcti fur ri'tllnu t.iiiini.tir ii i mull, k i I for free I'ri ,ii ii'if iit.ih uiiiiiM'iisIi Vrumincr, THE UtCUi COtlP.MT. 239 u H'J VkI 37H Si. KtW 10H We Wul n W. H. RILEY Hnrtford, COUNTV I10AP.D OK KDUCATION. Henry I.each, Chairman, IIurtfoid.Ky. 1. L. U. Tlcheuor. lluitfoid. it. k D. No. 6. 2. K. C. Hartford, Iteynolda, Ky. 1 M. K. Pultersgn, Oluton, Ky. 4. li. U Alford, White Hun, Ky. 6. lllcliartl i'lumer, Taylor Mlnea.Ky, s. J. U Urown, Uockuort, Ky, Qrk WIVBIIK BOOKKEEPING-luaiMa,phoingraoh- y TYPEWRITING and Pill H VHHEttCillElE TELEGRAPHY ii BISHOP-APOSTL- ES " Direct- DEEP BREATHING BEFORE BED English Physician Gives Some Simple Rules That Will Aid Seekers After Health. Medical noto on deep breathing, Tho best tlmo (he ayH) Beams to bo Immediately before retiring to bed, as, doing nothing moro boforo lying down, the habit contln uea and become" fixed; the window, of course, should bo open moro or less. After breathing In as much as possible through tho noie (out, anyhow, either mouth or nose), the noun should be hold by the thumb and forefinger with a handkerchief for about fifteen seconds to prove.it tho escape of air, and thereby force the constituents of tho air over the system This Bhould bo ropeated from four to eight times at Intervals of about half a A correspondent of tlio Times Bends an Interesting CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. A COSTLY MISTAKE. Pope Now Sees Error l 8gfflH J.2UH, AU'OJIUI. liiif i.i.v , Aca!.!ePrfpara!ionfT.j .1 - The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of .A. ing Faiiii Back to Apostles. All before her time because oS tritui !irc ' ' tr'tico AhJch arc escntlal!y feminine. StJ-'I.ar!y uointia's Nj.ul.n bu.i Vim frey rJlyrcrMriV Jcranfeaient her iifActHy . 'fi. It i'.io In bcu'itif t that ttiwr i.ito t!.at mellow lue t'rtlea underneath. i. vn.t tho .(.- - or tl r vitVut 'vri- - , cr .H cr i.jt v ull, from vnraanly i: n o (' i '.i .1 w,a:ti suitor he!--It is invariably story of puirs irangesTintJ nhich 1 JK ' tiJth t i:d leave 'i t'.c foco tl.c tc'-t- e end siifrerinrj. . It.V . Pi5rcc,l!io fjt.inu? spc. lli-- t ia tho c.cuacs of women, fountf e t':st rooiV.d tlt orftanis. . i csulhr to woraart. a prescription Jr. '.tit liooi'tied t' ? mucl!m,ry,o. it wcrr, of tho hunrnti . : iiicr.i uti ' helped the vromja nJ A WOMAN'SonJGv,, pnlri. Mony a woman IL3S:S Depend on her general hcalfli Ire ' (rotn . looks cXd ra t'pt 1 , v: r't ! , pr-r-.- - lop.iJi ilijjpainfu'. sim tai ii3ilvRMilaallfci!iife Followers of Christ Repudiating Apostolic Succession, Now Have Proper Dans For Harmony and Union Through Untrammeled Bible Study. -- 'i? ". srFfl Ii UnglIieuutEchsacdlic!ie St. I.1111N, Oel.'JO We report one of ;i Oi)ium.Mi)rj)!unc PhraolesDi'psibnlwiiy ncss niut IfcsijConialns nci!r norMncrol llsi'iMirsos here to toihty front the! tor UiisMjM'h ' ' 11--J. INOTiS'AltCOTIC. IU-- jttxjnui S.tJ- l AF ill1 In OutlliSjfOP nmirri' itiltrr. l all Aperiecl Remedy forCcrdlpa I ion , Sour Slonwcli.Dlaniwci Vonns,Cor.MilsioHsihrr'3i Use For Over ncss awlLoss or Sllly. of Facsimile Sijiiatcr NEW YORK. Thirty Years in aranlerd under the I CASTORIA TMC Exact Copy of Wrapper. CCNTaUft COMPAMf. NI TONA CITT. POSITIONS GUARANTEED position GUARANTEE ndod WE will uaroal soon. 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I rfr0Jf eatas DfVtRV (A j aaaaraaysm, tax Vmfotss direct rAth tt'astingid tava ttm.l af ptliM rMiF' , HtU BaBalirOl Tatll . ttBO 1 Patut and lofrlimmint Pnctlci bcluilnly. n riMi or coma w u. a. 110 tkkU Stmt, asar ValtM Stotss rataat Oatos, WABI HOTon, p. w. I ft i la coosaiarua I !! ! JlakflaaWaMWata t uas ataa, ihim awael asafwiaai aaaaa saamsa e aaaoar, KaflMefj lawat ll "" " lliwnawaxM w whiiwi, r""" Ts afahatBA Z ati lia. awmnnu ', eJltt I an I IMT sa ,kl. stl.l stuniM Ii i LH.W. NCkBM B00SJOIO.UL. innriti "POSITIONS' 7ecrrA. &&. Z&VZZ tPUNTIFUL ?euM0 Gnan&tJfficJJ 7&iw'cdf. Green, 2M. J7Z,ess2toWSv9' sst:?SEtli, m& J3owng tNUSltAiLy' ABOARD-- ) J& imarAKz2i text, "Iltivu not t r li o c n y o ii Tho particular proof of this being Bam. if. amfJ Twelve?" (.To hit more effective than other methods ... fnl1nu.-lU.I l illl! tnB - ,1, . ornnrlnnoa' iT-t,nL .''.!, Aftcr followlnS tho above method i lr not(co that at ,ho heavlcBt mc&l of the . UIVU Oil- - day my pulso quickens 4I, inn cut irreai ihiwit ...... t I take fish or a strong meat. .. v,..,,..,. ..PAKnf fnssFiAG ... ., lu ,....... ..... vu sucU nfl linnf n. milllAnl S.aym ntnwm- - w- ""o I.- ,- .... !.... ,b, "'"Ins the above points In deep breath-tal- ' l I, tn Introduce c doclrlno- -. lng aa t0 tIme and hol(1 the noge lly the Century the mln- pu,80 quckenea much more aft. Islers l.eg.tn to be recoKiilzed as scpa-- ' - atron mps.t ,hnn nftcp ah rate from the congregations, and in - ' Btend of lieinir elected Ihelr MTvanH, tltey et:ilill-liei- l themselves ns n cleri- BYRON F0ND0F CHILDREN cal cla-and began to lord It over the !miiohild of faith, theinsplvet Frances Lady Shelley Describes tha the iiiiulsters over the congreFamous English Poet as gation', litHteiitl of their tieiin; chnsen She Saw Him. by eleetlou. m in the days of the Apostle-Frances Lady Shelley, who knew At the sime time tho chief ones most cf the celebrated -'l people beof the clergy, having the title of tween the dates 1787 and 1817, gives bNhop. were ehilmcd to lie the suc- a description of Lord Byron as she cessors of the Apostles, with the same first saw him in 1813: right to leaeli and to lie enttsMered In"From Althorp we went to Colonel fallible messenger of Christ. The Leigh's, near Newmarket, for the duel rim of Apostolie Sureosslon was shooting. Wo stayed there a few formuhited. They pointed out that days. Tho house Is far too small even when .IihI.is lost Ids plare amongst for the company It contained. Lord The Twelve, the eleven met and chose Hyron was there. Mrs. IIgh told me one to lill Ills place. that he spent most of the night writThe speaker called attention to the ing a poem which Is to be called "The fact that the eleven Apostles. In elect- - forsalr." As he did not leave his lug Matthias to their number In the room until after midday our Inter-plac- e of Judas, did It without Divine course was restricted, authority and sanction. The one they "He Is decidedly handsome and chose the Lord Ignored, and we hear can be very agreeable. Ho seems to nothing further of him. In His own be easily put out by trifles and at due time the Lord brought forward times looks terribly savage. Ho was the one He purposed should take the very patient with Mrs. Leigh's chtlj dren, who place of Judas St. Paul. are not in the least In awe Jesus assured tbeo Twelve that they of him. He bore their distracting "sit on twelve thrones, judg- - trusion Into his room with Imperturb-Intho twelve tribes of Israel." In the able good humor. Mrs. Leigh has "Times of Institution" and "Hegenera- -' evidently great moral Influence over tlon." (Matthew six. US: Acts 111, in-- her brother, who listens with a sort CM These Twelve were again pictured of playful acquiescence. But I doubt symlmllcally In Revelation as the the permanence of their effect upon crown of twelve stars, on the head of his wayward nature." the B.vtnlioilcal Woman, who represented the Church of Christ. Again The Cornellle Not in Want. Twelve are pictured In the symliolle Jthas long been a llterarj tradition portrayis th Now Jerutiflem. which tha.7 Cornellle, great" French poet, Church beyond the veil In Heavenly died In want. the But it seems clearly esglory, as twelve foundation stones. tablished that this is a mistake, dating Revelation xxl. 14. from an apocryphal and 111 Interpreted False or letter, since a recent study of various Twelve nloue Jesus said. old documents at Rouen shows that Of tbe-."Whatsoever things ye bind ou earth he was possessed of property In lands shall be bound in Heaven, and what- and houses which would have made soever things ye shall declare loosed.' many a latter day poet happy. In adou earth shall be de- dition he had his pension from the or clared "loosed In Heaven" so carefully king, although it apparently wasn't would the CSrc.it Head supervise the very regularly paid. And following words of those who were Ills mouth- the fashion of those days he was repieces to the Church. compensed for his dedications to With St. I'aul we can then agree that noble persons. "Tho Word of God Is sufficient, that As for the sale of "Polyeucte," the man of God may be thoroughly fur- "Horace," "Le Cld" and the other nished." (II Timothy ill. dramas over which so many youngThe Emperor Constantlne, a convert sters have groaned, through the misto Christianity, noted that the teach- taken policy of forcing students with ings of the various bishops were quite scarcely a smattering of French gramcontradictory. Although not baptized, mar to wade through the classics, they he recognized that It these teachers doubtless had small sales, as sales were Divinely guided their testimony are reckoned now, but we are assured would be harmonious. that sell they did, and they may even Constantlne. In A. D. 325, convened have been the best sellers of their the Council of Nice called an "Apos- day. tolic Council," becaiue (he bishops were thought to be living apostles. Locks In Ancient Egypt. Although Kmperor Constantlne profTho Egyptian lock, states the Ironfered transportation free, only about of the bishops attended 3S.Y monger, was an assemblage of wooden For days, weeks and months dis- plus or bolts. It Is possible that this putes prevailed; and dually the Em- suggested to Bramah his remarkable peror gave the decision respecting the Invention. The Roman lock was practically a padlock; and It seems probwording of tho Creed. And that Creed was promulgated as the able that tho key was of Green origin. Christian Faith; and tho edict went In Latin countries the locksmith nover forth that all who would not accept It confined himself to mere door furnishould bo banished. Thus uniformity ture. At the very beginning as nowof Faith was effected by a worldly adays in franco his art embraced all the wrought ironwork which serves to prince. For twelve centuries after this. Apos- close and secure our dwellings, from tolic Succcsslou continued, operating a monumental garden gate and railthrough "Apostolic Councils" and ings to a simple latchkey. That art creeds. Is It any wonder that In all reached Its apogee about the fifteenth those fifteen centuries the Truth Itself or sixteenth century, so far as the was burled under a mass of supersti- former class of work was concerned. Borne medieval specimens the hinges tion, error, false doctrine? of the doors at Notre Dame, for InBible the Torch f Progress. stance are so remarkable that enFor four centuries the Bible lias been vious and humorous contemporaries coming back to the people. Proportion- have not failed to hint that the smith ately liberty has been enlightening the who executed them must have sold his world. Ignorance, superstition nnd oul to the devil. persecution have been yielding to nobility and Justice. We all praise God Tennyson's Pension. that we live in a day when It Is no Our note published in this column longer considered Godlike. Cbrlstllke, on Peel's contempt for literature reto persecute others! But, alas! for the past fifty years the calls the fact that it was Peel who obInfluence of the Bible Is on the wane! tained Tennyson his pension of 200. Infidelity, styled Higher Criticism. Is It was not, however, from love of pos-tr- y Sir Robert in fact never read a rapidly undermining faith In the Bible. Monckton of Tennyson's. The present Pope, realizing the situa- poem tion, has banned Higher Criticism in M lines, prompted by Carlyle, waa the all Catholic Institutions and has issued lever. One la reminded how Milnes at first nn order that the faith of nil Catholic ecclesiastics aud teachers be tested by demurred, protesting that his constituoath. He sees, too, that fnltb In Apos- ents would think the affair "a job." tolic Succession is gone from the mass- And of Carlylo's persuasion: "Richard es, nnd that to preserve religious faith Milnes," he stormed, "on the Day of the masses must be directed back to the Judgment when the Lord asici yoa words of Jesus, the Twelve Apostles why you didn't get that pension for and the Prophets, as the only Inspired Alfred Tennyson It will sot do to lay We commcsid the blMB oa your conaUtusaU; It authority on religion. Is you who will be bis course and rejoice to It ! that Bin icrce t. bcncf.icd thoMsanJa of women .d saved t'.cin from misery and lulUTir.J, U diucrcnt pciiuds in lice. Km. 1 jAJUFt.Y Ii Pier. i of 44 bright Etrct. Simut, Ont --X'.' M J ril.crimr "Innrrfffs rll vim-.- niteriicji r.o for thtia years nnd doctorlar saying itvn ioreMr ir diito 'A Willi trvcml idlitHnti '.cton, rnU r.ml tho lut cm a'tor putting mo throuch n t'loreuj-l- i ex tn.inatlcr. n (Truth, v.SiMi. lit t'c , v (.all la t.i 1 vt.M ru'ii-- l ir mono H nnrrr, M d .l t wotll not )orra tf ftot laly rscouiy--. d bat VMijId not in in r1' 1.1 nv iy. I Ihv nc " ' work nnd t vi.iafmid. batat (Wtftt M t'l1 r, fii I ' Hit, tti oan.i tbc sc i. i jf c i r, n '. I ti I'M Dr. 1'ierto 1' rmllelnc. ami after tt 'f t'Ai ln't'.n cf th 'l'avor'to "Prccrlptlon 1 InvnH ' ite! 1 ah t t"xl - "o ifxrs if Hcttlnt- - Hurput.orwa tin f.it r. i' ! tafolypruiry tu nar-- f of Cr, mnhtWp . i 'I.ot i.n Tablets,' n J mcrlKi-icto rll vhT Rul.'cr from "nvfemnla isevo, for clici IVtco'a -n iihrvnrac'&iniotl to be. and 1 hopo will liclD otl.ci-- as 'j 1 " i " they hma t'ic vtll-inimr- tat n rcor.!;r,.'dr-- d h.rf.-.ce- . 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I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. Writ to; Udta' Advisor Dtei, CaattaaQofa Medietas Co.. Chattaaooas. Teem,, 1M saaMeV-Wtat-Bd- aater Oazttt. wnwwiiruii'nn mi iwiinii''.'juirrjii wiiiijmiiiiimjmii,tMiMWIi jii.uwJiu,mwMtrmwmi f , ! tlve poorl'nuie take ery Christmas she Afl' them jomoUilnff because slip re- llJW BllO 4) 4 J t t: Ihe Trials of Virginia Preston. IUCI'IIkM" .V WW , j o n ii tlort. VICTOUIA 11 ' lIKltcl VV,'l " ttXmF t Htrr, iJl &l r-- . j , w tatj ' u Mia-sa- i n HAK.V.Mtn. ll.tptfii-ri- , KV. Age rt Ja.all.v- J. W. Opokiivl, of 0io, purchowid a boltja of t'h nub ri'iln wlio-liI CoiiKiH n llemttU-- for hjs " l' vjn n t1 lny for tlw 1'ieston ool'l, an'l b'fore the bo'.tle when "II liiolr pmpcrty wwi iijcvil tA" .b'V's tijd vi n'oll?. Ii tllAt li a 1 fit JK-- tip fur .venr ejail lirtirt j ib.otors before nml Air. Preston loni. trouble ami when ho found silo. I' l'reston ihad b;U? Kor Me li n tl-- ""body lift to " Stevt 1k died. ; ta,', rare "f VlrglnM, their iliiurliLer, poor Jimixo. and who must go ti tlie Thr net il.iy nil of thtlr fiuiilttiie nnd I wild ami Virginia was ty vvn prj-po ?.nnt liU fnllitre the idmck wai n great Facts About Trusts For Wilson' i To Reflect Woodi-o- w St-U- On. Oovenior of tin laws of mm&e&mm n. rvb&ma MftEi.Y ryftciTjm3L l 11 tX'SA-ictij- zn -. i d r i . .i v w r w ni . v t t vih. sr m s : mri. aT.- - w .. i i . ....ii-vj5r,ir- i tn .m r t no.. h .a ui - owi i mm Drj. w hl ib -- mmustft a ima ' - i WINon N-- of JerM-j- . Srt'on Xt-- I of tl'e In 1VV, Io.vs: of the HJ"r hou'e r;v bi j of every to poiatlon. "IV'i' ik ."11 tlle time. jany snpplwnojit Ihert-ln- , made Virginia or miien in.eiit , i 1,litre uboiit .2Vr VlrKlnl.i hail Itlieieof. c,' all le sub.Ull to alteration. ami wilil she wanted n.liKlj nml Wpv.il. In the illfcrot! n to jrW ii Klrl t .tt-- t (is iloor nintl for of the Legislature, and the litls an ulil nimid. She picked out Vliglnii. may at pleasure piny they wetv golru' I" .Miss Miiirh's Wm firiav tin- woman who had romp for Mr. W'lUon luorously dctlans tluit "o .'Vln.-lnb- i tnlil lior all about Jll -- Urgo. Is in faor of tlie InnueiHiile dlsso'-- i It an awful old maid ami as n Hon of the trusts of the tountry. iWhv "iilre rtry .sharp toimuo. She thinks children lias he not attempted to biliiR nto'it uff) ti 1h ready to vvoik nil .the their dissolution under the In.ns of Neiv "1 will try to like-- her." tiny-..- " Jersi?y, tlw lt coipotntlim law.s of that Virginia. Tho rest of the way State fiiriiljOiIns n linrJir of rnfue for Invasin-titticm? TJie following are a few of the u.2.5 --pent I" silence. Virginia all the lime that she could see trusts UoblliiB their darters from mil Ne"' Corri;ht Ilirt Schaffnsr a vrhii old innlil tall and slender with bavins tUelr borne ffli-i.m mu a leag mve upon tl6 end a lalr of Jersey: Tl.e American Woolen Company, s;lsji-4- . Tne bugg) soon stopped at a Rar;: mansion. Virginia gat out nnd woolen trust. Com"zuXy1 at the liiont ilnor. A youns The Ametlc.'in Suirvr oVfng vvoii.m came to the dour. "So pany, t'le sucar trust. Cnmpaliy, the TJie AmerUian Tob.u-t.eiit for to be my yci 'Jre the girl ivnt jiuilil." she said. "Your room 's tob.vto tt list. Tie Anierlean Hower l'lr-- Compaliy. on the flit door to jour .sewer pipe tiust. t went up stairs crvS floor." Vliglnla Tine Ame,rliti Jtadl.itor Cnmp.ny, the all the .time If that .was the riinhliiff '( rvibl sho was lo ,w,oik tor. 1 guess radiator trust. Amali;ainate(l Copper ComlMoy, j. been list- - sho snlil 1 was tlu? sill The J the trust. . nt for, tlioiiKlvt VlrBinla. lAVJioti can The Aiueilcau Can Company, washtd and not a little posted j lial trust. k:x calleil lulu Sllss Jlarfco"s room. The Amerit-nAarleuVtural CUt.'iiIll iov are to answer all the rliiRs of j Conip-my- . the fertlllzor .trust. - dxiur ami In rutin n (wl(cn sohool The Anmrlfiiii I.lnttoil Company, .': on to sol ool and' (iiui 1 am to J lseed oil triit. vVr- ui." said llLss MiUfiii. Virginia , Tlie Amerlotiii Hide and I. either not express so Kkvd A1i.it she tie leather .tust. "1 know jtm ale surpilsedl 'n 'IV'e Amcrlt-iiCotton Oil Compan. . "n" iloltiK eerjbody f.ijs the this oil trust. ' old maid. Y.ou limy yo i aj.i J .selfish The AnurVan CVn.cnt Comninj-- , the mj MN.s JIiukii vile! in unswer to eumeiit tiust. looks. Wlien .winter VieeiVi' pnzzt-lei- l 'lllv.-- Ameilean Car and IViiuulry Cot:'' ...jc .V'lwinla us sent to whool. j puny, the tuir trust. n.s nil as any of 'lie An.eiic.jn lee S leurllUm Cn,iai.i,ii,- 'j- - rnvt She! T,he American SlilplnilltlUiR .Cunircii)". .. at fie sr .I-well and Icarmil faster at the T!ie Anierlean Smtltliii? and Hefinii'i f tinJIKn MaiKO ilecltleil C.ompaii). or the Oufiihielm trust. . tu t the ttoniiwi.,-th,The American Itninutl shore. She took Virginia loeomqthe tiust. she lvul learned to nia'a Tlie American Wiltlnj; rvtper ; li"r f mne('i that she had adopted pany, the writing jiarer trust. "v - a 1mt nlcee. The Central Leather ('onip.iny, t' ilV-.luiil a fine time and Virginia .' jivuiy slrl friends that she knew. lenRhei- tinn. '1 ool SVMitn they Iioiiih that wlntsrl Chicago raeum-itk- ""1 IVfrjftnli went She a wclt .to school. Tl,e Lm l'rodi-et0mjuiy. i fine tetucher and at ,the end n Su.rar Conipaoy. the of ib sohool knew a lot more thunsstie' toiJ'fn bi Uii- - In1"'' lv"c- - '' I"' .leri.ey.eiinrttil N n,s f.i" , r' ", je) llole - 1 1 T s b Man y H R Txv & tl-.- -- 1 , 1i .. ilK-'.- tl-- e you get to this store we want you to feel "aV home;" to feel as if it WHEN your store. Men who come from other parts of the country, who dress well and who like to have good quality, will find one home-lik- e thing about it, anyway. ,tl-i- - l Hart Suhaffner Marx A Co'ii-puny- j e , 1 r- -J - w-- a .i lir Uei-aiis- , clothes are like an old friend; they're "acquainted" all over the country; you'll certainly feel natural where they are. This store is the headquarters tor them and we'try to have everything else we sell as good as these clothes. Glad to have you look around here. The new Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Caps and Neckwear are worth riding miles to see. Whatever your necessities, we can supply them. Hart Schaftner & Marx Suits, $18 and up. Overcoats S18 and up. Barnes' Special Suits and Overcoats, $7.50, $10.00 and 15.00. - tr"-st-- Cuban-America- uJ Uic lviiown f.iul she irone ,to tool I'..""1. tin """ l'ont de Xoniours I'nwilr acmo1 l,bat hex feitlier had Bent her to Company, the ponder trust. hlie had btxJii tlie tefiolvor'is petji Him Tibe General Asohnlt Oiimniiiv. i she was itrcated like jollier, tui h-- """ The International iHaivosler Com tlie net pany, the Harvester trust. Virginia wjni'i. But thjp 'Hie International Jtocantllr laiin vmr iu to collesu from w.hlch alio Company, tie shipping trust. ' She then Jit two ears. irseUu,tisl 'JJ:e International JAiper Qoiruxiny, In u small touji. One toid ftr a the paper trust. t 4xs iiM seliool chiUlren ,were standlliiff Tlie Interiuttlonal Steam I'ump of the sclool jrird. dlspus-vtio (. the pump trust. Labor News and Notes. Ih" .toucher. "She is ,the nirpnes.t TJie National Biscuit Compaiij-- , the I rver iw. Jim Is a gentle-Jitf- s c,racker trust. sfii and uiiKlit not fp be .wvilp-t&The National Carbon Company, tl.e f.ild Wio sister to a boy who .had carbon trust. i &Vfn a wWppliiK that jnornlnc. "Sho The National Knawllrj; and Stamp-In- s rA mul besides bu needed tjie whip-npj- c Company, the metal ware trus-tThirty-seve- n states liaxc einjiloyers' for (mucins litr," said another lit The National Lead Company, the liability laws. U. Just then a jouns man rodo trust. Tills j ear's volume of buIne in both Ukjii. :l The New York Air I'lrak Is jour teat'Juj-,men mid women t: clohtliiK ami Kim he asked. tUe air brake trust. "WJvi -Mis I'.reston," they all onsnieit-d- . "And Tip Pacific Coast Cpirranj--. Wnl. turned out by Cleveland tactorija mi neer baw," added one x Pacific eo.ust sUIjiplruf. , litu bei n u ucoid lil tho hlhtoty of tin Is Just as Rood as she c m Tlve I'Rtiburu Coal Company, in col ivx. liidu.stiy. trust. and John .Maze is mad at 'ln-- r In the pNor.tbern leading dairymen AHM-Tihe Pressed Steel Oar him u OOd Miund the trust, 'Ohio Milk l'loduerh' Adoelatlon are Slid the one who had spoken for steel oar Tihe Quaker Company, i coil- - uikIiik members of the Aasociatlon 'o V)Tiznk Oats biMikie. "Is Hit- cry KV.-i- l xalil tiolilnK Uio American Cereal (Jou.tun.-'-. bold out for iTJ iintw a gallon when they tlm Mti. iuer. "You bot their winter lontrauls wlt,b Clevenu.all buy, "nn1 let mo lilt 5011 It I which is the bioakfjiat food itrint. Mir I wonlil iihnirvv ilirr ,! .nthl; in Tlw Standard Oil Civnixiny, Ue II land mill; t'ompniilcH. zi.11 . .,r ... , (Lbuiii It." At this moment the l,'l!" u Ceiarnl heaibiuurterh of the lnterni-tlmu- l -- U ran;,'. '"I'.il;i me Jn with Union of riteani ' Kli!;iiieeiii( ,will ou and, ','1'"' Staivlanl Hilling Comiiany, the U Jir I iun Mr. Uioiule," hibl tho flour tru,n. bo located In St. Paul, Minn., and an l'M Onran, iMiCHxmeiit .will be lavled on tho membwent on in and. 'nl? l'n,,m ,Ia" winder. Th. clilldii-fs tli.- KtiaiiKci' to follmv. illo .wtnt In t,ho paper ba ers throughout tho United states and 111C iiitriKlurid himself but didn't ttuy The United fruit Company, the rfp"-n- l CauaiUi to riib)Q funds to elect an office fruit tiust. building. If plans now under w;iy ma- liwia A fiw il.o later VIikIiiIu b.ain- lauhuiery Cori'orji,tli, terlalUc. The biiBlneis men of St. I 'a ill J lint ilr. Haat. was Mr. K. l!.ir- - 1'nlteil ShOf ijj. Sho kni'W that It wan the Kletli the shoe niruihlmvy Xntf.. ,1'ijw , and luivo offcied a suitable site fyir a head tjiilt-'i- l State Cast Iron Hurttory wfiH U''il to jilay with ,her 111111: lets building. I'ouniiiy Company, tli) oast iifin pl;v scJiool conmiUitee Jhoy wtm chlldiili. It Is u uso luis set a t'fi.'n trun, lilgli mark In saint y raiting. After juirs. kiU-- Mr. Ilnrbary in l lmw The United SUitei. Sfeel ,Con:'oiia,tloo having llftud the sahuy of ithu supQilu-tiMi'leW VIikIiiI.i of his Uv for her and tho Htuel rtuit. jW'd li claim her ax his wire. Virginia 'Jllie of schoobi from i'lMf) lo lU,V0o a Cluiinhuil .Comeiiial lo Uie paj of tho mayor und ruvi- her coiihint and tint weiblhiK d.iy pany, U'o juhcmlcal trut. nt as of fur Out ne vl CIiiImUi'-i-- h lial l.i ke Tiivl;ij Company, .unviu,; raised tho sahuy both nil the .toacheis und i!em'iitai Ii. in ithe school),, .M.nvi'd. On the iWeiVliiiK nlrfht trunt. high, O.o iuy of the luilf u dozuii ah. Vii;!nl,i 'iviui dii.satil in ,whlte isatlu villi )m l.eay ijold lirald. i;eo'Uly Haiti htbtaut Mupcilutindents lias nun been Puts Eud to Bad Habits. 't tis (i lotvly ni'ilch. Tibc-- ),. nt t," ! r Things novr look bright (toone wi'h Increased fiom $I.UXl to 6.w". wnuyinxoii In tho uumtry In uituuu "liho bluos." Ten to one tiv) itivubloju.i TIju all city emplojes im entitkd lo y week In m lii.i rlvor biuil.. Tilu-uli.h Mm ijlw wJt,' 11 , sjusi li Uvor, fUln .in- - vtty hi two tiioivu.s. Then liletli .billions inlson ,tliat lr. Ivjuglg Nu.v stnt,o law, and that tlioie Is no gupd jtui. up bM lni.slni.v. (iigiiln wlillu l'H'a vwuid cvpei. I'ry tlvim. U'l iniMiii wh any city tmploo s,hould vlnl; ,uonds n.o,t of hir dii-- for sotno the 'jy of Iwttor . fuoljii uvd "WiC be UMnpellcd to wotk sjven consocullvo tiurirUe lit tlw letiun of lu-- ih'uilnn-1bluu." UMt Cor atomacjU Hvor and dujs oa'h .vvtyk, Is the opinion of Suirfc-lpervisor AtdiijVt J. Gulltiirl'r, pa,vt se1'- ;ivc4- - &Ji?ai,ts (t,ho qMVluiji it Ubirva,s. Kc At aJJ drujr.'i. v .Ticy illiln'.t .tUWrioji. j asplialt trust. no nnylicre iiN,t jear E. P. BARNES & BRO.. Beaver Dam, Kentucky, This Store is the Home of Hart Schaffner retary of tho S.in rrnncIsr,o Iabor Councllv who, some time ukio. lntroluc-e- d Into the board of hiipqi vhorn a reo-tlo- n provldlnn for one day's rest In seven for all city c,inp!o5ef. Tho completion of an organisation 10 bo known iim tho Htrno.tural (AllUin e, consLbtim; of the bridgu und Structural Iron Workers' Union, .the IlrioklayArs" Union and the Jlolatln? UnglneerH' Union, is announctd jit ChkviRo. It Is .1 be national In hcope, liavliiK for lis object the perfection of coToperntlon between employlnj- - bulIderF, n.rohltevtH ivnit.raotois and worlM'rs nnd tho of the jiympnttietlu strike. One of the provisions of the organization is that one of the trades caiinut striKo without the consenjt of the pther two. Xorvvay has a sick Insurance; law u,hh-l- i embiacis nil wage gainers und public servants over 13 yean, of eaily ea,rubigs do not pxcetd whose GS If In the a,li,u-tHW75 In me ino uivv niso provides tn-jtlio employtr slmll jiy a inerhiln per centage f the pivmlum. whllo ho Is held rcsnonslbUi lor tho wl,p)e i,ut ,nay aeductfiom Uip (wages of tlw) Insiued at the end f itlio Iliiii for wtilqli tlii premluiu Is juld tho iimouut t'liw uihanct-ilTluaritUully. It icllni-lnuitt- & Marx Clothes. "' Com-p-m- y, s: 'jd'r ," i . ,rt-.- lel Gon-.pa- " c.i-ti-olll- :i be--a- ! t llt'iv-jj.T- ." - -- "' - ti-l- to r VliKlnla-Carolln- -- y 11 jeii-iiiei- l toini six-da- 0LAT0N. inut here today ami haI reiporta oa to tl Morgan S. i'attemin uan given prleeH as flNt,, different poo: lllvpr JJUtrlct, A. S. of Ii; a pleaKint mirpitsn dinner (oday ln'fJrfl'n Iwonor Mr,lUd,iy an- uowllng Green District, A. S. of K.; of his fiftieth Muhlenburg CountyDlMrlct, A. S. of niversary. Mr. und Mr". S. 1.. Iia,ihun, Jtoslne. K.i Butler county, IVvnroil find Iv-ixorp KtivntM of Mr. und ilrs. S. II, county, A. S. of K.. and transacteil quite a lot of huslncm. liasliaiu, Olaton, route 1, Morjlaj. ilrs, UniUHt W. .Wllbon and chiblreii. Tlie Home WareJioutfe comjany was Clara and Jess Jlartln, of lter.dr, K , also well lepresonted and all dlewab-- t n ilwlrp to XormuUte ami Bpen,t SuniUiy bjiie the guests of rel- manifested earn- - out plans for cqnxplote atives. as Is IndloaUd hy the following Mr. nnd Mrs. J. !'. Alkn were nt groweni ltoslno Kun. and Mini, as giu&ts of li. res'oiuticnn: v tie dark tobaT-of Western Kentucky In io.nvui.tlon asC. Allen and wife. Wllbeit i:. Mull was In Uarlford on sembled In CVntral City do hinb declaro that we favor tlie qf all biiHlnet-Suutrday. Mr. James o. .Stlmson, of Itciub-r- , Ky tobny.0 glowers in tho CoIIowIuk named districts: flu--iilvcr, A t of I: ; v,,'lu-1m, 'wnlly .Iwmv SnmA.y, Howling Orirn Dlwrk,t. A. S. of K.; i'.lw little eiilld of Mir. and Mrj. Ceo. Muhlenbuig iininty, A. S. of K.; itiuVr Caiiuuii U 111. iunty niol. I'Vuilug that tli.it ootuty, A. S. of R; the staluiiifnt ' ' of i:, und 1'tUKkl. and further a recent occurod ut tli. Olaton "i1 W ,to Untitle nM ......... J .mil.l .(...", rr.i.i..l.r.. ,..... Iy.v. .4.1 It... lcnnvfi-- IncutUng .wlili .th. itnrlv out tike 1:113 ciop, pr.cH.sIon that tlio grounds are for UaotHts t do Tfi we will ,,,cn o4vlea ,h,u and If t!ey ull)y Wcr tlio lot Is ileedeil under Alio ;iamfj "Ola- uhu our koht eiuleuvnifi ,to ve- - itlmt no ton Iturlal (IrouiuU." Wo have long unler hurley Is giovvu In any of .tlio Uaik hero icpi.v!itfd. .togeUier stood tluit t'ds renietiery ts truo and listikls. Vlth 4he Homo .WiiJeliouso coiujiany of VMlille It Is known Unit various o!u.-;- Ii ilenoinliviitions me mul Ulitlll"t Davlefs to 11 gicut c.vtvMit, we lo jiiot luiw if Tho follqwlng w,re nnmeil aa a to rciivit on rfces froim (tin. sevt,'K) 4I.1V Is iime In wfliUU Who-- une so muoli 1,0 that the llfiless clay can nu eral dibtilctp! llouiM (WwfaoMe, I.. .V. Is K.'lf liiHiiriiUio 011 tlio (ontrlbutlvo longer bo ciuluxtil by on, fieitae. Robertson; Oictvn Itlvex. it. O. Ilvtoi; plan, while iiictuully It mounts ito an Howling Gu-en-. I. n. iCunV-y- ; Logui extra tnx Uhii tlio cm,plOj w, its mo it AVhen you have u tail oold jum want county, Ur. aillinni; UutUir county, 0. employes stlpuluU- - iwli-engnglng thoir tho best in'.djclne oblvjnajblo rp ns j,') euro jt wiitli as little doliy na joiibie. I. lluiLson; JViirod, C. 0. iCU,rk. Tho Iiunvmuce iproniium senU'ivs that tho pn jukes from Hero Is u ilruscttt'o nplnjon: "I fvivc commits o M.1111 shull bo .ild in addition ,to tho ,waget.. bojd Cluunherifijii's dlstrlets .wjilcji rkirt waH Ciih Ifnicdy for the 'iinanlinmibly ndoptc.l subject .ti, (Rltl- r.iacn jears,- - aj iiiw Siratoga, 'Itid., "and uoninil(.r H t'1' rioa,tlini by tfi,cli dlhtilct. r sa', iby till lioH on tlio ni'irknt.' . T. A. OUAy, I'rtsUt-n.t- . djj.urd. A'iv S. II. H0Ili:iiT'0N, Sec'y. For Infant and CkiMrta. Air. -- Q ;ir Iiii InU-rme- ...... I .,! . - ' i (ciiic-r.lxt- iflm-mlt- . ji i..xr CASTOR I A KM Yn Havi Always Bwfili I 7I s r . Bears tba Signature of Ziy&Z&s Fooling Representatives Central City. Central City, Oet. tlw following tobacco iwoollng Meet at from dltrlutJ Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A