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OLD SOLDIERS Jtetfrrtrft llejmMsatit. f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year 1, 1912. certainly ,that ' HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER No. 16 REMAIN FIRM Connot Be Influenced by a Foxy Appeal. Letter Sent Out by a Washington AgentAn Old Soldier's Telling Reply. Tho subjoined two letters explain themselves, ond i'r vcteinn tfiliH&ri' ul.l appreciate their presentation together. They o.mo the machinery of a Reand publican device for what 'J soldier think of votc-uettlii- v "Comrade. Tho NiUfamnl Ooiuiiltlde Jifut osked mi" ot Uiku vIihtkb of Vie veteran's wing of ithe Taft Campaign, and I Jiuvc ngird to do "If. Is piopqsed to foun a National If Patriotic I.engJe la Wter.uiH' Union uiuh of Uin flutes, to develop in t " utnrm H' lupublijinn vote mill nature of PvcHMint .Taft. the "We earnestly desire ymr active hl". julvico juiiI lii lUils inhje-'- t, whiuh, wo feel. U IfniKiatlvp find ncvf-sar- y to live country. for the "As the lumpiilgn Ik now fully fipeliol. It will lr and siweily work e letters: nio .Oopy fit n letter pent .to jtlio OM Shllern by Colonel John Molllmy, of .Uie National Tribune. anJ ilite-Washington. V. C Scpfmlmr Mil, 1912. itlU! IM-lll t. If li was elected president he would not Intel f ere ,wlt,fi trusM ot any ot,!ier state, but there Is no chance for old Doc WJIspti. Tlv poopW further replies Uiut 115 Republican par.ty has as thplr camlUlate, UI1I ,Taft, Mho Is, like Wilson, .tapltel (by Wall I street nvn nnd jylll be under (the (Sams; im w By wi in preci-i- y Biiian as vviision nnu win ia,or tne n.ii men at tho expense of and against tlia . interests of the common rpoplp. 'latt, liko Wjlison, haj not been with the common people and knows not tlisir Compared With Funeral Fer need, nelUitr does lie cpne. lUealdes Taft divinity of denies the Chr,It and suaded a few to Hear Them says Christ was an Impostor and waf no more tlian any other nersqn wl:p wan in Old Store House. born out of wedlock. The D,qmcKraUor party Is, and has boen .under a ifal-iname and. .their donrtlne n.n,d ipnuqtt'fl,1' . Tho Ccntpriowm. Kenticky, OplqVr are fonelgn to t'.ie .name of dqmqcracy, Centurtpwin ,was inora a;t speaking wlillo tlie Republican paity has ibeert at'l life a .funeral Uian a political spenk-- 1 now seeks to on. elect tlijetr lnj. It was previously largely adver,tlvd Who,t Uie Republican ipar,tycandidate did more big postuis for Saturday, Oct. : with .than fifty jears ago. .The fact Is (there t, at 1 o'clock p. 111. The speaker, iMr. . Is us mucji diffprence in the .Republi .was promptly on hand and was can Jiarty now and fifty ars ago ui ucconipanled by Mr. Otto Martin. Tho In tine fairest day .nnd (foulest night. day ,uiis Ucoutlful, the loads In pxcel-leTlve peoplenow no longer look on pot'otiflltloh mid thena was a large lltlcal parttes and their nprntnces ai number of pepple In town; pome caina ' a CVod. The two old parties are pj-r. to do trading, otlurx for leisure ami ... . iu ciruv a inun iur ii9tu,enfc un1 past time, but seemingly none came to ea,'jh Jiave th one und Uie pump object . hear Uie speaking. luvle.w and Uiat is to take ivsesstoa Mr. Mai tin and .Mr. Pentecosl tried of aivl rim ,tlie Governrmpit for a htpre, to follow them, hard to scheme and for Die benefit ot a s'.iwt distance, .to the school jhall, thqnvselves and Uie rich and at tin wheop Uie was hitenilcl (.0 bo of the already poir u part of held but when they .had tion.3 people. The ptop'le 'realize and knor.v, x thp way to Uie hall they found that that In UieProsress'.ve movement the they were only followed by two .men and havie a man that lias .talkctd (w!Ui tho at swne distance ,in .Ui lxtir. Tliftv poor and laboring man iuid krpws i' w,atted till thitft.e two came up, held n - SPEAKING AT CENTERTOWN . Advocates of William !uwii Taft. e iPci-teiws- ut - 1,... ujuj ... ..... ... t gt mpna-makl- ng id nell-hcJi- 1 nvi-sar- a ureal pcrMtji.il me at once, frankly nml fully is to oir liivlliiallmiH, the altitude- of pTMonnl tins .veteran iif iour if'ituiJiUiiK'e. ani uny nilvJce or suggestions Uuit yon HMy llw have to offer. The rpnimltleo iwai fullest Information iih )tu tho lywlitlons and prospect In your vicinity nml will welcome nil that you mny wlKhttu n.iy. "It N felt Uint In ntblltlon t t! which Ih.j powerful patriotic risvson vMtrjuii)vii for KOcunliiK thp succrsH of fie Gland OIJ Party, under which the country Ikim prosper, rd m they I sue Mv ttinoKeM. e:ul;U?ni.tlon i'iislon bill of KratUiule for the ver jraimMl. mid ,whlcj nddii Urn mnn "f rJ8.CW.00ii u year to tho fw';!- dloji dfcbiirni'iiientj tn Uiem. Ve.tr.ii n'ionl.1 and votcruif' foiw and le moved by the ihlKhet KUUV'tnle . Mienlty on Uie r"1t i)f tho Kvorn i.ll mer.t. "Can jnu and your ifrlendt) onHanixe v League In your .nlaae? "In ypnr loiter will you pUw Rlv such nainev. uh iou iradlly ctun. pt water ans wh,a will hejp In oampata work? f.iw if vxm twill iwrlt,; "Friends, I tell you I am not thinking of my own success; I am not thinking of my life. I believe in the Progressive movement. I am absorbed in the success of the movement." THEODORE ROOSEVELT. (In his speech at NUwaakee after he was sliat.) attain C. O. iHDLMES." straight Ititpubllcan itlokot .is sincerely, .Colonel, (A vpteran ot thnee yeprs. '62 to 'OS, , i wrd, nt sod citi- Ate liao been doing. years on the "Plalnc" tigahut "Now, Colonel, I iinve ,told pu n fe"v Tliree zens wanted unJihli iMu liftd nit inin- the Indians, 'c; to 'i0. an,d one je.ir In yars ,War-;t- ,n aim only .asking tor thtnsH frankly and fully, a ou kindly Ui.iipanlBli-Wnerkitl n hiuidri-d-foui-. r, w,Imt In nuiuimn decenpy. was our due, r,.'qiift,ml me .to do I h'oive nn idi?a. of. afltlvo nnd faithful swipe In the hut when thoe 1 U'publlciaJi pff.'eo t'W- that It I not exsptly wliat ypu ranli and file.) eis Kt Intp office .tjiej have bn'Jnyed expected o got from me, .but truth and us aMery time In a most iKurtlcM manImpel me to .as I we have taken Mum that we as tnfirand afhclr oted tlu m Hiryial', J low-eve- let hons-ln-la- w f-- Literature early iViy. will bo dltrlbiitcd at itn. ." :r ct pf "Moping U liear fipjn joa that ou will actively loin ua In thin sfvat wpik. 1 am, yours fraternally, "JOHN McRLUOY." (Signed) Tivj bid fpr lea has sone out llero Ic Uie tutter Cvani an old toldier wrllien In reply: Vu7 We.st Sclpot street, Chtoujo, III'.. Sept. lAtlu 15U! "Col. John MoElro, Wnhliwton. 1). C. Jcar Sir: Your lit. xr pf tjie !Ui limt. wu duly irexolved. and 'what y.ou say with rtrtcrd to orpRnl r.'itl'nc W.e old naldierji Into V Ntlon-whi- n Union Vetenins' Patriotic LoaguV atvd (that Uio National JdnpubllcAn had aaked J.ou to take ulutrso of tho veterans' wJn of t,ho Taljt iiaiupalsn. and that Jiou had asreed' to do ro. Is uurciftilly noted, "Tlv National Ii publican idommltito I am nuro did .vwy wltoly to neletl you. lonel, for thl iicnlce, us with ymir iHtflpr 'The Nallonil popular Mihllers' U'ribun",' wHh Ita ejiowioim circulation amoiiB thU exteuilvu and loy,al elaa'f.you entaUily liue wielded fi ncwiful und jour cmjikiye,iii Kiirily tfiov d ithclr wisdom In wiottlns; you for well tills Iniportnnt work, ah It l kuojwn f(tet t,hat many f dho .old limo followed jour advice wll, If ( not alwu- wisely, fiur (Uiefntn-lve- . "Ceiy Xour jeuia aa tho Unio for evocy-w,lwrc. Co'M-mttta - ner. "I cannot help but to think tliat It te cry poor girnce Uiat Jim. Colonel, wlUi are wllllnB to assume the questionable (Ai Jia honor, Uiat you Inform ua. n;ciMlel. You XUunt In our faces that fact liat our pensions Jiae ftcen by the last Cont'ressv Ypu seem to forget tnat tlie .Demooratte House f passed a peiu!on Dili that was fu'jr and just, nnd (tills bid should Jwve been passetl by the Repub-Icu- n Kcnato In all decency. Hut no, tlw prusUlcnt ,tlpped It off itilmt ho iw,ould veto tle House pension Jbill If file Sei-at- e aliould pass U. So you, Colonel, to advise the Comrade!, tlirouh your National Txlluino to accept suii n plVance as the president was willing should be dolftdoutlo your fund piy comrades tirvt deserve & wejVmt iMip jham's of Uus nation Uiey servl. "All thla was dome,, and flow ypu woul have us like dumb brutes, bend nur bask and let Uicm ridie Into ponur affu'n hy our votes. For slutme! iWliat mendacity. You tell us .about the marvelous manner In whleli Mie counkry has prospered! Yen, ome have prospered, but prs .they tho beat and aging comrades llia,t you aro (lsklnir to vote fo,r the me,n Uiat have Uflen tli meaiui. nun than through any ntlutvr eause, to prtA'ent (themi In their vaTtMng days from Junlng and enjoying jr.oie fully a mIiuv ot .Uils marvelous pteispeilty' that ou would havo Chain think Uiey nru revellatr In. True, ou scvecn so wjjllng Uie Interests Ahait to sery aro enjoyliuf a mjjnvelaus pr.V lerlty,' and they had a ivhance to pas It along to where It vtpuld dr itho most good, but Uwy failed to gitwtp Une opportunity and pass It on to .Uvo neoplc, toilers at our the eainet.1 nnd .willing be-K- candor write to. BTu do. You further request me to fpie 'the attitude of the veterans of n.y lacquaiii-tanv- e' on tlilis matter ,thiat opu broach. This I will dojind I am flippy Ito pouurn ypu. Colonel, that nwoidinK to my and jtjhey are somewhat too, there Is not jnofe Mian one In 'ten ,Uiat U after jour way f REPUBLICANS ARE GETTING SCARCER Election Board Tryligto Scare Up Two for Each Precinct Election Day. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 23. Tlw Board of Commlssloneis for JpKerson Election oounty met Uils afbarnopn and ,wistlod with a large problem, altat of aequrlng enough Republican elentVn officers to man the polls for their party on ,aqtlon day. The Republican painty In Houlsvlllo of , Presiundar lite admlnlsCratlon Senoitor Eradley has dent Toft and melted away Hfce a ssnwbajl .under a hat sun, until ao.w tt is a dWftautt mat. ter to discover tw.o oeal ItepuhMcatis In each pneclnct to aot as (election thlnkitis. "Np Colonel, tho .veterans are despairing of ever seeing any progretn In the Ilepubllcan party. Fo they are even, at tills late day Impelled tp look about f'ir a party of progress. Thp lold soldlsis always pionesalpH lhp- - .were progressives when thy voted lor the 'PaMiflndei President in 'C5. TJiey were progires,slves iwhen .they ivpttd for itliulr Sainted Lincoln In '60. They .wpre progressives when ithey rallied ,tjo tlie call to arms and donned the Unton blue to flglit and sav Una country from dismemberment and ImpeqiUng destruction The progressives saved tV.iilon pnd in cldcntally wiped out the curse of ph&'.-tl- 9 slavery, and would Jtuyt fwuae elurftry not go the same way, but Hliould t'irough bloodslied. fTtjo old soldlors saved Uie oountrjc t!in. and it ihas not n,vded 'saving' since (tlipn, exceir(t n the minds of .Uie office seeker nnd trust Uiterests. tfvtpe tpiM.Ua are ovir .ready to "point w(tli aUunm' to t':a,t may iuie a iendaney ,to disturb them In tlvelr mod ruMh for Wlte t gain. Np, tlte peioplo inow, ilcojnk God, aro fully united throughout (Uvo pvhole lamd, and It does nqtneed 'savinig' except from tlie assaults of cqnrupt paintled ani office woekei-s- . '' 4 "lVihj, Qolonel, is only one veteran's your letter. You Invited mo neply to to speak out ireo and cajndldly. I .have dqae so as tar as I could in Uio pages of Uils leHer. You will note. Colonel, tliat I am trying to Impress you with Uie tUqught tliat the JVople are beginning to think for themselves. The old flubHew, both Notth and Hnutli, ale doing Uie same. "Vps, this Is only one vqteman'M anfiWir to jiour letter, Oolojiel. Would tliat J"VJ luid ca&t your powerful influence iwllli the .weak, Instead ofwUh U alrong and powerful In Uils wnrid's goods. Yo'J, Colonel, could have dqne ho jiiuaIi jjoil Cor ,Uiose ,wlio n?ed Iwlptug hre and now, We will hope on, however, Uurt a light may yX be seen, and t,hat you wJll help flKht the battle ot Armageddon wlUi the people, and thai .the v&)'.ory will be won by Uvein, and for tltenuftlvos afld not tor their qpprs!ori, "I am youru most ,rci3pec,tfuily and wv-r- e an-thl- III lid. t , m i koohI jthlng If the jaeJJpiilUil elcllii ljolls aipund wo tt Ih only passed arojig no 4Kat all may hear .Uie old familiar cry .of 'CVyity) und have u UUVa of It while they pne fctlli Uio ildoi'Usnu Jion- -. on eart,i, I iliavo- - no doubt ijiou 'Iftve noluJd ua, mifl tike wilven ho Jieaia the bugle souHd the ticed Colonel, that with fche iprosunt (the now charge, ,ve have lahen our placet) In tho force ensageii In adiutlni; ranks of the. oters and hawjna u jjctisral Claims as Uiey come In, Uia,t It will thins, uu;t our oifi for t,ho "Cinand O'.d be nevoid ytius before U'ey can nil bo IVty' 'ro UuU It nilsht tvoatlnue to acted on. Jubt think fit the suffering fat,ten on ithe suurtanee of Jie jemle, and want even .this oversight by t'10 ye,t lgn,orlnir every lntqrit of (the peo- oujtgolng admjntblratton fwlll entail on ple wliio Jiavo elocted thla yirfind OM the Old Comrade: And ih no mtany Party' to office llmo and i?uJn. of thfn will hae passed' (on t tli'jtf "Every four years, jOoloncJ, luvt old It,eaven!y rowprd long Ibuforo Uiey shell Sili has been made to do duty, tin- - in be nblp to geit even t(ho UUIo that cneuhe of penslono Uiat would follo' If would be coining to them l( .they lUo. uwuVI the old kolillcirs wuuld only 'rally oncp Oh, yes, we aro 'grateful' or iicaln' to the buttLe cry of tho Hqniih not J'aiO coni up wnlltng at Avery eb-tlo- n llcaji office seekem. And no, time and foir thso fcyty years or more und "Prospcilty hi a ve,ry days many pX hte On reglstraUon Ttepubltcan election officers iwio had bqen appointed from the prlglnut list of plglvt failed to appeor at Uie poHs. Their plaoes' were supplied op best Uiey havp tlui could be. Tho commlsslonon naine8 remalniiig on Wui oilghial list from which to select substitutes, but anoUier difficulty Is Uiat many of thena original Republicans ana now niglster-e- d as Prosresalvcs and ffimp as Democrats, .ttianks again tp Piesldent Taft and Senator Urudley. Th$ board odjournpd tp meet again morning pt tt o'clock Wjednesday the Republican wilien Judge Baitson, to member, .will give an ppluloi wheUvr it Is proper to appoint as Repersons bn publican election pfflueis Uils orlglinnl list who are now reentered rinogoesslve or Denipcud. Falls Heir to $500000. .Kalamfliop, Mich., Oct. jWpiy firom his homo in S5uricli, Bwiltxur land, wj.eu U yers of ogv, and having lMrd from Ids patents but four (tliuci In ite twenty yevvrs whluh hojvie efapsod, William Slcyer lias been located lu lm- ton, a vllluge fifteen pntlea itnqm hor, and aotlfkil lhat lie (a heir .to jiio-- e , ya. than UlO,000. Mayrl canio to this country uso, ip Frank at and assiunved thp M. Rwnont. Vitttns ld (to dp. Xa,w,ton he lias become wt-1- tienty p.aniuof iaV'po wpmau and n,eeda; Knows ,lier II a TllU. t.'Wftt ' 'ivharo 1i ' " 'lie has seen Uie little children la cities llteness of Hull Mposers a small munber', working for bread, he has scv?n ithbr of i3arers were pcjfcuadpd to follmv tho cjilldnen In Uie cities .working for delapllated little tw.o Taft advocates Into a breadt hp has seci tlicir Wan, palp litand .vacant store house, whpae oiwnsr tle faces and thplr frail and lean little Jl.lllln l,nt rrntm IvinVMlnl lin.lor .l.ta bodies Uilnly clad and he Is in svunpaUiy Taft's administration. Here air. Uurtln for Aliem; he has been hi thp (fields on took Uie floor nnd talked nepl nice for Uie farm; has llve'd in the .shanty and some time and said It' .was, right for ten,t; he has .been .with the common po- ma, a 'vaIa tnf nhnm thAV (falinilirllt T. , , Pie and knpwis what they sutte'r; lie h: . Sometimes he wore he expression 'been and Uvod ,wlth thp rich peopla a lawjpr pleading a hopeless ctxso f.'Ji; and knows what Uiey do (tftiait ntakeu Ills client, then he would appear as If slaips of, and brings .Uils gnnat burtalklnw nt a funeral and lately he told den and hardship on the cqmmon peoJokp which only biciugf it u forced smile a ple; he Wants ito he elected FresMeut from two or Uirce of itlip dpzen and Uils great curse on mfinklntl; prpsent to relieve half or two dozen men and he has been prerldent and kriqws ,hof Uie He uppeared to fully realize Uiat to dp It; brjave ami he is honpst. ' old parties arp dead. sympathetic eiipugh to do It and ho At Alio conQluslon.of Mr. Martin's talk wll do it. His cinheim Is tike argo-iMr. Pentecost took the floor and frpgun and most grand of the deer kind, Air. Mprtln tad rnado by saying Uuvt Tjie Cull Moose, and he Is Uu most half his speech. Mr. Fenteposlt vpl.'e bravp and honest of mankind. And bo and .what he said .was much Ukp a rum will get a big majority- here and I presumed He talking In his sleep. predict that he will get ,Ue largest greatly 'on the lgnpionoe of hta listenmajority tliat was ever acoprded AfJter ers or he himself did not know. president and .will bo his , election saying Uuvt Mr. Martin rfladp half his Uie greatest blessing ithp people liavo tp tell of .the flr-s- t sprpoh, he proceeded r, as has had. He is not a S2ttleiments and the orgaalzatlon of tho been charged, but Is ony a candidate In America and menUoned somi colonies for his secpud term and his name ' other things as related In Uie history Theodore Rposeviet. v of thp United States and sakl Cut the OR. W. M. WjAnpEjN. n United States .was tho greatest on panth and uld in substan.'fi Gold ia Ai Oyster Cat. that Uie Republican party had modo Fotud the Uopklnsvllte, Ky., Oqt. tb and was Uie owner ot hls groat Nation. He oetemod to havp a .very Impenteut night rider troubles about four War. knowledge ot history and Ao not Iulotv ago, Mrs. iWUklna. of the Pilot R:H Uiat Uie Republican party woe not or- vicinity, in .Uils county, sold hex cro? ganized or did not come lntp pxU)ten?e ot tQbacco and hid the monpy. A tW wepks later ahe died .wltihpujt dlscloslar unUl 1856. ' ( He said he bought corn for twpntyon the lildjUig place. Today her son, In digging (n a qelLu? cpnjts a bushel to feed hte ho.rse and can, the pause of on Uie place, unearthed an Uiat Qrover Cleveland Ho seemed ,to hot in wjilcji was tlip full .afmountt. $3M in com being to Iowj know Uiat the amount ot any kind of gwlJ. farm product grown hifluencea Uie price, or to .Uilrdc Uiat the prefeliiewt ppull Vice Fresident Shemaa.Dead. Influence Uie growing Viop season. Ho Attor a long llluesH, growing (acute said ho )md been to Mclletiry and ofthc.r tn the past few day?. Viae llresjdeut plapas and people did not conie to he,u Hliennpn died1 of James Schoolcraft speakings but .were doing Uveir own liright's dlspnse at his houve in UUta, thinking, ills speecli did not create any N. Y at !: Wcdixepdpy nlsitit. He Interest or cpimment and even Uie lltt'.s had sinking slny ea,rly imonnitn?. bos wlio yell in much for flVddy each but rviallzed about 7 p. in.. t!w apjw-etiquiet Ihruugh rekpeflt to impnOVmcint day, being of sliort duratloa the memory of the two oW dead parUes-Yps- , only. Mr. Slierman was the twpnty- people aro thinking for tlieni)fjlvs sevpnth Vice Pnealdent and a candidate they no longer look on Clip powlcnl on tho Republican Ucket for to parties and presidential candidates bo pmfUilng more titan lnuinan. The Notice to File Bids. people rpullzo that tho Democratic and The Poard ot Tr,usjtpcs of JUntitmil Republlwin parties are the swne and same object In vle,w p.nd Uit (white) gradtU comnuim school district have .the Is to favor and serve tho monpy kings of J4o. 1 will nscolve bWs fqr the con ulll-In- g Wall stiept as tholr agents to mo.'c structloa of the now brjck school tor said dUtr.lct at tho Jaw offio-Uion dpuble their many million dollars and at tin expense ot tlie common ieo-pi- qt Uarneis & .H111I4I1, jllartford, lCy.. at NIovetnbtHP TJw people realize that tho Dem- qne o'clock p. ni. on ocrats have old "Doe" Wilson, wfi" I 12. dVilldlng to be nwii(pl(il,d tu ct August 1, 1913. A WPy of, tliO bucked by .Wall strvqt millionaire men suit-eand1 4s bound to favor them wid dp Just pluns aJi'l speclflcallonii U nn .file office of the Co inxpeatkin at tl lm" I"'10 PP'8 tjliey say o- wliat learned tliat old "Doc" has spent ull StciAUry. uIko wlUi llin. Upha J. office ,wlUi liunbe.e & CaatVemuin, Ids llf lu CVilUges and libraries and a In leaching those nillUpnalres' childron. LouIpviHo, Ky,; Jaws Steiwant.tVnutru"-HoCo.. St. IauU, Mo., uml C C. &. hiie lias nut been with Uio cqiumon ppoiilo Cincinnati, and hp don't know, nor cane, a Uiln E. A; Webber, about ilip wunla of the qopimpn pipgilo. Ohio. IS. IJ. PENJH.VaiON,' Plrea, Artlng now as Quvernor of New Jersoy ,W. Jl. iiARNia. Svra,tarj. old "Doc" will not lateifarp wlUi uij . ;, many trusts of his state ami It follow . . tnnun1tn tn ',.no., nnrt tnf no mill vcvl nlirAs1 tn t!l wants. He has talked WlUt tluo iworlc- v ' l bt ., Ios t third-terme- Na-Uo- ' ,as oj-st- ten t s e. 'iam-mla- ct orplv'-tpqt- s, I. , -- ,,Ai K . JvY t .. .iv ..- TTV i imIiukvI, rightly rvic-- FINE PROGRAM FOR CONVENTION truth." S:SO-8n- dividing lh . word O. of Ex-ce- ll iiit leader. Paducah, Ky. Professor i: Rev Jcanette walked slowly up the path with nn open letter la her hand and a puzzled frown on her pretty brow. Cntclilng sight of mo as I sat shaded by the honoyauckle that grew over the end of the porch, sho smilingly snlU. Kentucky Sunday Schools in an flail vnll nr "nil fVkiialn Tlnaa " 19:55 "The Kentucky Sunday School Re- - SHELL GOES LONG DISTANCE home. What can'l do to help Jimmle porter with 1i!b career?' Session Five Days. ' 11:1 Ittilnes. announcements. et". ''fInAilnnaA rtltll.l nilint n nltnirtrtfi' Projec II J "The Workers' Library," Mr. W j Interesting History of , tile Ussd in Spanish War-TraC I "on ire. And how thoughtless of you to spring ' such a ponderous ono on mo this hot limine men's luncheon Four Miles. THURSDAY AFTERNOON "STANDARDS" WILL BE THEME day." Etemntnry dltMon ' Screaming out Its detlant message Confetcnce. 1 "I'll help you para thoso peaches, Rroidway Methodlt church; wmn'hrj 12- - 'even If the fuzz does make my blood ' division, First Cliristlin church; udult dl- - of possible death und disaster, a inch shell was sent across run cold, If you will only tell mo how Exce of Chicago and vision. Flrl Presbyterian church "Professor E. O. Conference .,of county iitu! district nitw j the Hay of Santiago on the fateful to help Jimmle, His mothor has writ- !;!-.- .. -n ... ...... ..... ,,.,... uiun j i, . rruicsior . Kir . noutr uif morning of July 3, 1S0S, from one of ten that she "hopes I will have the Lake Will Lead Music Hundreds of Mr W. I'earco. "The County Map." the battleships Texas, Iowa or In- - proper consideration for my husband's "'t Marv P. Price, Louisville. "PnlnS filatoV RunJ.iv School Workers to YiWAWfk I'.irt.i." Ml Frances I.. Grimsby. "Com dlana. The shell traveled a distance progesslon and will help him with his Attend. mlttec Meetings," Mr II in ton yum. quel of between three and four miles and career.' If you were a young wife, uon.ilre. found lodgment In the side of a rocky Cousin Bess, wouldn't that stagger The following Is the program of the TIIl'RSOAY EVENING. hill Just behind Morro castle, the you? . ,h hii, .. , ,. ruriv-u'ii- ui isuue ..t,ri the charge being unexplodetl. It now re"Indeed would It. Walt a moment till Contention of Kentucky Oct storehouse, that there may be nieit In poses peacefully on the sidewalk In I get you a paring knife and an apron, house, nnd proe me herewith, 1, lfll'J, lirondwny Methodist Church, mine All kinds of men smoke Duke's Mixture in all klnih ou front of a stor. In Carson street, and we will see what we can do about the Lord of corner Seventh nnd Itrondway, Padu- the windows host. If I will not open out Southslde, near Twenty-seventstreet, It. I must get this basket of peaches of heaven nnd pour you of pipes as well as in cigarettes anil they nil tell the same cah: a blesslni-- . that there shall not be room but minus tho charge. ready to preserve buforo lunch tlmo. story. They like the genuine, natural tobacco taste of Leader of music, Professor E. O. Excell. Thousands of people pas. the spot Company coming to tea." p. o hfcnt?o. III. daily, but llttlo or no heed Is glren by Settled again at work, I told Jean- Accompanist, Professor Alvln W. Roper, cell lemler. :t "Winona Lake. Iml. Devotional. Rev. It. W Burw ell. . them to this Interesting relic of XJn' ette that the best way she could help "And Paducah. Convention theme, "Standard." e cie Sam's encounter with the Jimmle with his career was by serring '3)!d consulted with the captain of K Treasurer's report. great power of Spain. him. . 8:13 Presentation of pennants. Shousands and of hundreds, even with The shell was shipped on October "Good gracious, you don't expect me every lender." 9 "The Meaning or the Modern Sunday j 20, 1899. by Capt. Surgeon James Mcto fetch and carry for htm, do you? TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Kay, United States navy, to his father, I'm not his office boy." Elementary division. School Movement," Mr. W. C. Pearce. Conferences, FUIDAY MORNINO. SRrondnay Methodist church. Seventh and Stephen McKay, of this city, and Is "No. dear, you are not; but you can SJroadway; secondard division. First "Let us bo up at once and possess It, much prized by the latter as a relic serve Jimmle quite well at home, bewe are well able to overcome It." ' for ing his own loving lltle wife." ijk service. Professor E. O. Ex- ' and souvenir. Capt. McKay gave an. interesting de "Oh," breathed Jeanette. cell leader. Choice bright leaf aged to mellow mildness, carefully stemmed 8:4" Deotlonal. Rev. Hugh Watson, Fa scription of the circumstances attend- "For example, although It may seem e and then granulated every grain pure, tobacco . . . .. ,. , ,. '""-an- . i,n a trifling matter to you, you can help 'jwh.it j nu get in the Ltcgttl & Myerx Duke's Mixture wck that "u Elementary. . '" luc """ of conferences. digestion. You get one ono a half ounces of this pure, mild, delightful Miss Mary l Wilson. Mavsvllle. IC: He states: "The shell was fired from his career by studying his tobacco, unsurpassed In quality, for 3c ind with each sack you j secondary, Mr. Mildred J. Davl. Padu- - the Indiana or Texas from a distance When you have discovered what he get a book of papers . enh, Ky.j ndult. Mr. Evan S. Rces. Louis- - of between three or four miles, and likes and what diet suits him best, vllle, Ky.j county and district officers. u .wa8 doubtless fired at the eastern learn to cook his meals, so that you Now About the Free Pipe ,Mr. c. J. Nusent. Jr.. Louisville. Ky. study hour. Rev. P. N. Palmer, battery, a concealed battery of several can instruct any new cook you may In every sack of Liggett & Myers Duke's Mixture we now pack studies-Palesti- ne - have how to prepare and serve them D. d. "Map and the old bton.c cannon situated in a hoicoupon. You cnii exchange theso coupons for a pipe or for many Wnnilcrlni;, low In the bluff, and only visible from . to pleaso4hira best. other faluiblo and useful articles. Tlico presents cot not ona 10:4". "Knlnrslne the School."" Mr. W. penny. There is something for every member of tho family several miles at sea. Our ships paid ""To look after Jlmmle's physical Fred Lonu. skntcH, caliber's gloves, tennis tickets, cameras, toilet nrttcles, , great attention to this particular bat- - health means a great deal of care and lt:a" Ruslne. election of ottlcer. etc. suit cases, rants, umbrellas, ami t!n;cns of oilier tilings. Jtist send j 11:30 "The Sunday School Ori uilzetl," i tery from noticing that, while the attention, but to worry him about us your iriinc anil address on a postal Mr. W. C. IVarte. of the cannon were visible 'j ting on rubbers mid taking an Conference of superintendent. nnd as .i sprcicl offer during Octothe embankment before firing, brella If it threatens rain and to bo ber and November only we will PRIDAY AFTERNOON. they disappeared simultaneously with continually fussing over him is a great tend you our new Uluttrated Cata2 Sons hervlce. Professor E. O. Excell excel- - mistake, logue of preientt FREE of any that operation. Now from the leader. charge. Open up a sack nf l.ujyitt Ii;v. W. G. Lans. Pa- lent habit drilled into the men of the j "Have the raincoat, umbrella and Mjftn Duke'b Mrxluru tod iy. du ca h navy of overestimating rather than , rubbers ready In the hall rack when Interna-tlon2:70 Elementary work from the Covfjrts from Vutf's Mtrnr rjy it doubtins the strength of the enemy, you think ho needs them. Ho will f" Pe.irce. standpoint. Mr aitirltii rilh liim Iwi HORSESHOE. naturally mako use of them without be comJ:4- j- Elemental writ It from the state they decided the battery must J.T.. TINSLEY'S NATURAL LEAK. CHANCER rWIST. and t tttoni mi posed of modern rifled disappearing your having to say a word. standpoint, lle Ccoiku A. Joplln FOUR ROSES in It t uilf r.jini. 3 Elemental)- woilc fiom the standpoint "Have the suit of clothes necessary guns, and acted accordingly. Every PICK PLUG CUT. PIEDMONT of the school, .Mix Mutldo - D.inee X. LJdSsfirrA now and again, and when the ships for a change laid out for him and a CUX CL.ARETTES, aid , t.lHi .....I. I ... lAnH li.. 11.1- vtntr Ujgt or MtifiOHi iu',rdui. ? 0L mentaiy Worker." Ml-- s ' Knnnie Lee Fniv- - seemed most quiet, one or another sandwich, with a cup of hot broth, 4TMmil would drop a carefully calculated shell waiting for him if ho Is forced to work Premium Dipt ser. Louiiiic. Kv. .".. U roll, Mr . Conference. Cradle n suc, ciose proximity as to keep the lato at the office. 3yy?,..ir s- yiilll. l.MiiMiic, III a stato "sy "SUenco is a wonderful help to a i. artillerists worKinh rlio guns mi. wiiii. ... w.. il. r it,iw,nio i.nui.sViiie. Kv.:. of constant terror, This shell, from tired man. All the little attentions to in.1 rv. JIN Kntio Paine. St. Louts, Its position, must have flown over the . his physical comfort can bo adminis- Juniors. Miss Nannl- - Lee Frayser. Mo. Axmnt i inn luncheon. guns and men at just sufllclent height tered without any great How of words, I PRIDAY EVENING. XaooffytMSsSSTc to clear the ridge nnd plunge Into tho and a cup of beef tea placed silently "Hut he e doeis of tho word and not hill bejond. It missed its mark by a beside him on his desk when he works uurnonitnv -hearers only, deluding ourselvr.." --4SWM i very small margin. However, tho hun- at home will be moro appreciated 7:3n Sons servile, l'lufebwir E O. ll enough to than If you spent twenty minutes dreds of holes, some largo leader. Rev. A. M. West. Pa- form a cellar for a large dwelling, in trying to persuade him to drink it ducah, Ky. "Save him from wasting tlmo In scattered all about and within the S "Tho Story Its Phco and Power," battery, the dismounted, crippled and' Interviewing troublesomu cullers. Miss Nannie Leo Pi.iyi.rr. pieces- - and the general' to write his letters for him, espe S:30 "One Minute Expiesslons " S "Tho Bible In Action," Mrs. W. C. wreck made of nature In the entire cially tnose oi a social nature, anu Pearce. vicinity, speak only too eloquently of business ones, too, if ho will let you. "Never trouble him with domestic ST" the excellent marksmanship of our t i ViB' REV. W. F. LONG. gunners, and the splendid conduct of worries. Let him think that the household runs as if on oiled wheels our ships In general. Mississippi General Secretary to Speak "When Admiral Sampson visited the that scarcely ever creak. That means Sunday School Meeting. ! at d but practlco It. battery some months Hev. W. Prod Lour of Jneksnu. after the surrender, he smilingly told "Learn to wear a smiling face, even ' Miss.. Is the general secretary of the how they had been fooled by the If disaster threatens. pi:oi k. o. i:.ci:m.. Mis.sNsippi Sunday School Association strange dlsappearinc qualities of tho "You will often feel like crying Plirhitlan church, Seventh and Jefferson; mid one of lire men who are iloluj; old guns. Many of theB old pieces with impatience when vexatious prob"adult division. First Picsbvletldu church. dated back to 1718 and were masses lems must be faced and cruel disapJSevcnlh and Jefferson. of most wonderful and beautiful hand pointments forgotten, but It you make TUESDAY EVENING. T&Sf carving, but the gun carriages were up your mind to exert your "So we built the wall, and all the wall Joined tenet her unto half the belKht you will be able to smile and not more than 100 years old. hence the Srx.r-cf- . for the people had a mind to parts did not fit and the recoil mech- smile and smile. work," "Don't let Jimmle bo distressed and anism (great buffer springs) being iik seivke. Professor E. O. Ex- - l' ..,11 Sl.l.. useless' the piece on being discharged depressed by tho sight of your tears. leaner. 7:-De.otlmr.il. Rev. W. D. Jenkins, would bound back Into the air the "Remember there are two kinds of dhtdiicah, K. full length of the carriage (15 feet). women the one who takes the heart - Wfliorue address. Judge C. C. Grass-'?raThe muzzles were visible over the out of a man and the ono who puts Paducah. Ky .M "A Gicater Kentucky," President cement before flrln.-j-. but their It back. The successful wife must J. li. Weaver, Louisville, Ky. flight carried them far out of be the one who restores the heart 8:40 "WorkhiK Together." Mr. Huston sight, hence the disappearing guns and energy to her husband when the tjnln. Jviulsvllle. Ky. jVsVflWHiBHfiiiHBHHHlMMsnllfl 3 "LMinlteuess mid Efficiency," Rev. which deceived our men for a while." fight against obstacles has been tierce C?cteo A Joplln. Louisville. Ky. ' shell, singular to relate, shows and exhausting. The WEDNESDAY MORNING. but slight marks of Its Impact with "Jimmle loves to play bridge and "IJvery place that the sole of your foot tts rocky billet, another proof of the you loathe cards. Learn how to play tread upon, to you have I Klven It." care with which American projectiles and help him to enjoy that harmless s'lo Sons service, Piofcssor E. O. Ex- - j are fashioned.- - Pittsburgh Dispatch. i"ill, hjader. recreation when he Is worn with work. tilo County k Rev. II. M. Welsocke. "Do not allow a disparity of tastes iwoiu-oiI'.iJacnh, Ky. and sympathies. Interest yourself in HARTrOPD, U "Gle.rulnsH," Rev. T. C. Gebiuer, i Where the Gray Hairs Came From. Jlmmle's hobbles as well as In his Ky. Henderson, The attitude of the commanding gen3 IS - "GalnliiR Ground." Mr. W. J. ' profession." erals of the north and south toward actual VnuKlian, Louisa, Ky. "But, Cousin Doss, hs caroer. How 6 each other, after the final surrender, JIIss Mando U Oaije Louisville. Ky. writes Mr. Thomas Nelson Page In can I help with his career?" S "The Poetry nf Statistics." Ml "Just by these llttlo things. Don't his recent book on General Lee, is t'tJiiieen L. Gilusliv. Louisville. one that tho world regarded with as- you see, dear, that by just smoothing 10 1 ililc Hliidy hour. Rev, P. N. Primer, Zi L , Wriioria, l.ul.e. Ind. "Honk tonishment, and that Americans may out tho rough places for him will " , upon with prido. In glvo Jimmle moro tlmo und uninterfrill' lit f A.vt r H io wus Iitllti to EAST VIEW. X i forovcr look back JO 4f. Souk service. Illustration, Mr. Pago offers nn engag-- i rupted thought to give to tho building tliy ,utl Mul h t (l w t ,T, x,s lt 11 "The Sunil.iv School as an Evin-- . Oit 22. -- Mr. Lutlvcr Collins, of T il lo-ing anecdote from Long's memoir of of his own career? K Force," Pioressor Ityion U Do.1 ml ti w tk. ni.m mul wis It. "Thero, tho peaches aro all pared. Jllnu, spint MomViy wltu Mr 7.1. nl, U. D . Lotilsvlllo. Lee. iiiviiiimwu r l,y ii iib.n on u -Don't they look delicious? I will glvo Pit lu'l. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. It appears that on tho afternoon of IiimuI. T,Iui o.fle i llevo th you a Jar when they are dono. Thank have ii Ml-- s rvpont Sully Ciowe. of Alilnui,. Ptho day of tho surrender at Appomat in ii. e nuirie ui our uoir i,u uil sot ili ,t our iiunuis " iu, nuvM of n few days vlth Mr. und ills. W.T. etiw tlvit will u. tox, Meads paid a friendly visit to you for helping mo, dear." i Srt.g scrlce. Professor M O Exeell tho men. "Thank you for helping mo, dear i:rv. w i i:i:n i iixii, Leo In the nt his headnuarters. r.mIl ,w1aiy lender 15- - Devotional, tho conversation, Lee turned Cousin Hess." 2 tllillj; ill tllj south. Kormeiiy fltllil course of Rev. 8. E. Tull. PaduMr. S. It. Fieiuuh Is upending a few ;V'' K?' Kentucky, lie ill greet inniiv frleiitN to Meade, who had been associated dayw with roUUvGa at Ildavtr Dam Catarrh Can not Bo Curocl .,. ' ... lit- - one of VjrurKO A. JOII. iiev, niunuiiiua. l... .........j 1'f i... ...i now ne Felt About It 1117 TIIV11 tile with him as his officer of engineers In IL'lMiii'' mvl Taylor .Mines. Jin with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, Hpeakers at the Kentucky Suiiil.i.i the "old army," and said pleasantly: j Thore wa one man , indIa,iapo,lB 2Mf "Aiding Life Choices, Miss M iito. Horn to tj.y wife of Murvy W.ifl'jIJ imiui the at ,f tlw dlswin "Meade, years are telling on you. th,8 weok who coul(1 appreclat0 tne 'lino E Rcacei. Louisville. School Enuu'tithm to lm held at I'a Oit. Is n boy, Cutaij-HI Is a lilo ,,r ikmivU'.iiUoiuI Is getting quite gray. Movement." Professor W. duculi, Ky Oct. -- ! Nov. 1. , Your hair po8mon of the man tho mu8,ca, M's Lottie Mnyfleld Is vlsUIn Mr. J. McGlnthlln. I) I).. Loiilnvlllo. Ky. nnd Jri rdr to euro It iuu jiiusl "Ah. General Lee. was Meade 1 1; coraedyi A Modern ve.. who , tho "Tho Channel Question," Profesvl prompt reply, that Is not the work of ; hen.peckod husband of a suffragette, und .Mrs. Will JlidKCWay, ofttd Hill. take Internal mnoiUm, illall's TJyron II. DcMent. D. D. Sunday School Sunday, .Mr. Jl. J. J'iwi.Ii atU'iuIcd cIiuhJi nt Cute Is taken S:30-Syears. You are responsible for my Wwhr tho iindori.tndinn. livfinilly, Mid wis II. - XH...Q U..U i. M 111 view of the Stati j Convention of gray ..- -t, Center." Mr. C. J. Nuseut. uaira. n?etly on tl,. i)ni jhM jniticu sinifue..". resident of the city or whether he is tlrtri Hi r Satuulay nlxhl. Kentucky Sundiy School Avtuclu the Jr. Louisville, Ky, .M.r. I,. J). Fici.di Is 111 wil(li tinmo ono of the state fair visitors remains Hall's C.i,t.trli Cut,. k tJ,-- . tt (Vak ,.,;! Christian's Tak," Mra. T. J. tion lielni; lii'KI In I'.iiIiicmIi Dei, Guying a Bombproof, Mlriniy. Louisville, Ky. a mystery, but lie Is not In sympathy lllttil nn tliwm.t. clrie. It wn jnwi vlbi il Ji) ouo of Un. Nov. 1. Sniuliiy. Oct. U7, h is been de.slg , "A The southern soldiers had little re- - wUh ihn New Patriotism," Mrs. i E!1 i Jolm lUruu t,t begun a piotroti'd best l.hiifle).ij..s luiteil as Stintlay School Sttnday. All snect l tills - Eifort, Ashland, Ky. iwuntiy foe for what wero known as bomb. tho laJP He waB a dlmInutlvo per, iiiM,tlnK- niKrlnti'inIi'iits are iiskisl on that l.i ia Ml. Ciimcl Uiuixh iind'iv ycaia nd Js u riKuUr ureiyjrlHUii.i. WEDNESDAY EVENING, proofs, the fellows who had easy po- - sonago wUh ,ong flowlng whUkerB UlKlt. I U Is i oiKiuiKl of tWi "When with shall a youm; mart rlernso to make xpeclnl tiientlon of the com sltions In the rear. On one occasion lht u,ile kmiinii. countenance. . .. . and a yery . Dieek ... . M way? Uy inking heed therein accord- - iiiK convention and juiy fur CodV . Elur Tiulin heKuii, it prntitielt.il ims.t-Iii- k coinhhu'd wLli t! I, tdi butl, pmif,,.,. n Bmnrlif ilresRod voting nfllepr holnnp. ,' M. " " nuaoanu, wno was uominaieu Ini; to thy wind." lilessiii" uiiuii luistiiix i.i ,i ,nB t0 lIS .7 V i. k,mJrC? n. Cr,ed Ul t0 a ine w,f0- - had s"n"oned sufllclent Momlav. uetUiK il'jiilly i, Jit I'm m Us Cioek CViun-- Song 7 :, s service. Professor E. o. ex. b,s t!. jn-mliiBui' ! ii (iU,l,.g, ' raen wvera courago to speak of tho matter. His iiIbIlI. ell leader. dep0t Wher a,r,8,,n?t Tho pe.if.t oiiiililn-Uioof tjluo twin - Devotional. 7 Rev. W. A. File. P.t- W'.i'iy .inn ui .., ...nx. eifiiins . i.i soon as t..- iransfer. nwnitinc Is tijiat pioiutt utioji wiHlier. "duc.ih, Ky on "The (Nitmii Siinl.vliiu' llu Wind Girl Attacked by Tvo Men. saw him they began guying him. K ful results In cuiIid; iVitarrh. Keisl tor tho ,lnc8i ..Now j am tjred of "Tho Hoy Over Fool Hill." Mr. W I In ILs S'liiil.iy Siiiuol" 1'rou'r.iiiis oi ' un, uiy, uiu i no iiuuij-Krol Long, Jackson, Miss. Ghu,;,r"W, Ky . Oi't, n.H" 'ill testimonials am oing t0 aBBert myBelf." ftee. 30 Ilibla study hour. Rev. F. N. Palm--or- , die mine v nut UIIUUI1 win uMtr o nu say, mister, whar'd yo git that rnao nudlence applauded aud the P'u .hiilcml for the irmn who iruisivultod ' P. J, UllltNEV I). I). "Chart Hludy-T- lio CO,, P,.,., Terr Com- - """ ghii'l?" ""'v '" uu- iveii small man Vas especially elated. "Bui- - MImi H.lllV Rejiiolds ,'ind left hur for TJiundineiits." j Iticity siiuiMy sciioui ;i" 'lledo, O. 'Does yo' grease yo' bar with ham iv ho cried. The exclamaUon broueht THURSDAY MORNINO. llnil,ls tif.iio ,thuo Loiitivillu Trust Itiilldlntv LoiiHillle, il.ri1 ritar tlu i lt SiVl by DruKBlr.us. prlte 7f.. ' fat or bow?" moro applause than tho lines. "fltudy to fchnw lliyhelf approved untr Ky. .... forth .rWlM(l.iy. 'i'lu Cilll wns, toiiivl i.iti iMt T.J',., lltlii ' Indlanupolls F.J.jlli i.lls ror ofMjsti. GmI. u wurlttiun that rieeUvth not to be News. ulfl,t uiii vt'a. unable ,tu ;iuil.o ;uj Iti- - patltu . Louisville. Ky. 9:2a "How to Oriili! Surnlav i lien of School." 9:10 "The Whit and Tnlnlnu." Mr. XV C I'm no. Chlciiso 19 Hlhlo stmlv hour "Clnrncter S'ujy Joseph." Rev. F. N. Palmer. D D lOMJ-Smis Clinton 3 CJutn. PAMP FIRE JEANETTE'S WORRY OVER HER HUSBAND'S CAREER Ferretarv." Mr. Walter K Fra-le- e, ismD ries mM 1,000-poun- d veled I j .... K m-nut- "I Got This Fine Pipe With Liggett & Myers Duke's Mixture" 5i5lllWa XtifLxuj high-gmil- iJit mr h Cr: S:3-So- ,w., .! one-tim- ' IMeSL 5 """ '""" I lbie I j urn-ov- j I- n iiu-l"- ll !.-.- ; v i.-- -- J2r& m mnm m 1 Ex-ce- bL$&&JhM&, MlMIIl ' Of-sfe- r, half-burle- d Z9D I rv I above-mentione- self-denia- l, I j I I I I i self-contr- 7.20-So- .1 S I li-- I I ", I IT Study-Krir-- , ' 1m S. )U&JKrz; ,,,.,. - I ! i tl,.j-cartn- iU-e;is- e, I Cuij-ur!- i on. 3:40-"Ll- fo's I W 3.KV-"- The ".I "10-- u I 1- I i,i, sih , SO- 4&- i'l' I Li n-,. I "I w i . "" ,(i I ... 9 Vj $. lnlMlSfcVW ' ? :r',v DUMBUi K sister Chrysslo did moro than -- OK T1IK disapprove of tho whole affair," said tho elder Miss Simpson. "Disapprove There nro on an average tj.00( H a m n. ac- In too mild a word. She simply boiled WB, visitors tho day hi New York. Often over and started to pack her trunks. nro many mora, boMmii nny there Then alio unpacked them becauso, she Icsb. Most of tho vlHorH nVy there said, she could not in Justice to the RELICS OF GENERAL CUSTER family name leave mo at the hotel tin DAM, !GEN. LYON'S BODY RECOVERED -- , B W"K chaperoned. 'places. Even those who fa to Man- "ChryBslo is thirty-six- , I am thirty-eigh- t At the Close of Business June 291912.. fJmphle 8tory Related by Dr. Matcher,, hattnn on business decide In favor of Intereatlnq Collection Secured by Nannd neither of us over bad a tional Museum From Widow of Brought Corpse Out of the n tbft "vomMmiHon nerktnll- .- monnlns 'a Who chaperon in our lives to I think It Noted Indian fighter. Confederate "Lines. mixture of buHlTirstJ and fun. Every was nothing but sheer cariosity that visitor gives tips, uhetfier ho stayr reInteresting rectTft- her remain ' Samuel H. Wclchr, who now Htm ot a hotel or Tic. If be visits friends "ly An installed collodion has history madewith me. She at tho summerwhat RESOURCES. In tire sort wanted to see at 282? West 3uckon bonlevnrd, Chi- lro tips their sonants. The tips sver la beenNational museum,hall of consisting of I would do with Hendricks White. the cago, obtained tho body ot Grn. Lyon by the average pftr&ou Capital Stock $2&jmM of mesne Loans and Discounts.$197,018.36 (from Gen. Trice after the battle of nmounts to anich mr.ro than f 1ho cuticles donated and lent by Mrs. Chryssie has got tolerably used this 27,822.10. Surplus 'George A. Custer, widow of Erevet summer to aching me mixed up In othCash in Safe) 11,948.43 (Wilson's Creek nd carried tt Into the day. Few Wp less tban B0 cents the) MaJ. Gen. 'George X. Custer, U, S. A. er people's love affairs because they (Union llnet, accompanied by volun- - j dny. 1,250.00 Dividend No. 30 Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 It Is . low estimate to frut General "Ouster 'is probably best re- were alwa?B confiding In me or begtear escort of 'confederate soldiers. In dollar as ihe livcrage ninorvat given 227,742.54 Deposits 17,504.00 Stocks and Bonds membered by bla achievements In the ging me to help them out but It was Bis capacity df army surgeon br. Mel-eh- away evrry 'day In tips by iw;ry r many Indian tfghts In which e par- rather a staggering blow to her when was Immune from capture and 540.33 Overdrafts to t1.e 'great city. Tha meant ticipated, and 'by his record as an I produced a well developed feve af Imprisonment by the enemy and made 1300,000 the dily ifci tips atom, not InRealS&tate.Furniture Indian wont. The collection ilncludcu fair of any 'own, Bla way without trouble toQen. Price's cluding Ipb given by New "Yorkers "Yon would fcave thought 'tt was a 2,000.00 headquarters, assisted' by a friendly themselves. Th.t Is anewX 99,000,000 a memento df tfhls phase of kits earner ndJFixtures colonel, lie can apeak aulhorltatlve- - the month, 'or'109,500,OeO "tor 'the full in the form 'of the white bucksfkln case ot smallpox from her general atJy on the much discussed subject of year of afifi'daya. Tbtottib thlB ipetty coat 'h. 'which The has been mofit'eften titude, She 'conquered her shock and $281,814.64- Total $281,814.64 Total Gem. fliyon'a garb at the 'time 'of tbe tipp.KK graft n'lone moTA than 100,- - pictured as h plainsman and scout. repugnance 'only by heroic condition, lr. In This and will power. There 'is some-thhw- g Battle and states that tbe general was 000,000 the yer are paid iby tthes rest nn coat an If excelleat 'had Just ooks the gesrril imaajtilflcent About the way dressed In military unirorm. The story of the country for the nkeepaof tha removed 'it e nnd hung ft up. Ut has Chryssle'eKdures the presence of The Only Bank In the Cotiaty on the Honor Roll. In metropolis. Vc are not 'complaining, of the recovery of the body Is told deep collar'and cuffs. Mitt 'Is 'heavily 'beings on tbla .etrrfh. She ttr. 'Melcher's own words as fallows: coBRnedts a Charleston 'nowipaper. Tifroved 'with stashed kuckskln trimhe 'Hendricks When Col. Slgel's reserve, which We are nofnuggestlng ' Temedy. We ming. The pockets are made much as walked 'rato the White the instant diatng room. Correspondence Invitt&'J merely call attention 'to the matter !in south,-BaiteAccounts Solicited. tiad'retreated on the Wlre'road modern snorting owitts. thlle butIs an old badmitor In the for- ths't some'ttiny grieve OYeTlts.nd oth- tons arcv,f the rrgnlaT irrray patters at the Thompson 'farm some of who ers 'may 'laugh, though 'thrjrje who df theperiod. TMs coat'Ciills to mind ties !snd a success! ill lawyerseeing Accuracy Guaranteed. . Promptness the men brought to me'Oen. Ralna' fcsrlfs:At a jury and ite'used to surgeon, Smith. 'Who bad been laugh nre snot by awy 'means tho one tthe rervnces which 'General Custer H. nrillt before his eyes, so he has 'captured while coming 'With help for who have recently made ttfeelr con- ircndereVt to tbe gowrnmtfit In the rather got into the lhabit of expecting he wounded. I bad bimjImmediately-"release- tributions. 'rampalpT-.agaat the Stcux In 17B w f jbody else to jump like the juries. I. P. BARNARD, President. . and we starte'dack on the" tand 1S7R, In Ibe last n3f which, Uie "VWhat attracted ma to him waa the Vlre road In the dire ctlon the fighting BIRDS QUIT ENGLAND EARLY Miattle'oT tho Uttte Wig Ulorn, he met ,'fast'lhat he seesvsd'to know Instantly NO. H. BARNES, Cashier. 'had taken place to look for wounded. lnls dettti. 'what he wanted, whether It was the r. Smith took the lead through the Accotapanylng fhe cot Is a yellow 'Chtr.ce of an ear of corn or an oar, and BelVeved ttt Weather timber and proceedod'ln a northwest-- i Abnormal of Hurr-iaft- tla plumed cavalry 'helmet and a Iberause he positively snorted in wrath TJeesfcure for tCsese erly direction until we' reached a large liofti wenn during lilt ttsken Llbby Knox started to coo over SouthemXIIme. confederate emergency hospital, clot Indtam UiUn. Llbby Is young woman ot nn-active tcrvlr irealnat the by a big spring. M.' wonderful concourse OT swifts was 'from "7X66 to 1CTS 'vHile lleut:rart oeertain age who coos over every unirswalry,' 1. S. A. "Receiving information that moeto! senJa few days ago over a Hertford colonel Seventh a tiliie' regulation army til tached man she sees. The general Thwre Is also (he wounded of tbe last part ot tbe shire' common. Soaieof the birds wens rmn of men ISceMt, even If they say ,' battle were being attended to near tbe wlfh twt at RJ great heigftt and ere playing 'fflct coat,wiO'fadtB-lth- e htarred strains, sftiey don't salt she never tried It on coat wMcb 'Hendricks a second time. After' hlB ; creek, we set out dn' that direction and lhealmost ecstatic iganre of flight in plush 'collar 'he wore on h3s marriage to Miss Ellz- - ' were soon In the Toad crossing over company, which Us'theisralude to planted hlstself on from her-hto Beaver Dam and Return1. ahetb Bacon. aWbniary 9. ISCt. A tthe other esd1 6f: the porch settoe that Woody hill. Tbe position of the dead on both aides of 'our path ahowed bow. ''The birds are 'iearlax England to- - striitpht cavalry nriher' of tremetofious 1 was occnswlng and breathed lhard -- terrible the struggle had been. On, 'fore' their time. Maayof the. dovsa size ts also lut'lodeUlis. .the colVertlon. - as he glared af me. He knew 71 'had by Ma- seen tbe episode. Finally I laid down' each aide of the Toad were dead sol- Rre:already gosa. '.Thejivettlon arises 'H'wmj a spoil nit diers, tbe gray on one aide and the "Why these .bins .arid Uhe restless 'JoriDrew, wbo pfeseiMed It to Gonerdl my work axril laughed. I couldo't help Iblue on the other. After going a abort swallows and anartlns are thus iut- - CuMar, slncie lhe 'knew of no ortber j It. A sort t 'harassed, tangled grin "our Tssleiihone man:ble to m'Wh. Birhtt a large Tvapon. crept over hHs face. 'Here,' he Hissed time we a tart ed 'to count and, as we ting' forward tlwlr'datcof departure. doAilade,' on which is en at me, 'whyi.s a woman, anyhow? When a did not wish to go back, we estimated 'The flight freni I Bn Aland Is kist. Itlbaw Tolf ' that there were 300 or 400 on both less being hurried by the abnormril graved In SeiHritph, T&o not draw to That is, "Without cauwe od rticnot sheaths m fides of tbe path. A naalieahlft of nature tn fflll tup wekther. The Move, welch is oredf "tipon dismounting at the hospital the' first to learvewoMdaiave nowhere without horwr."" vacant ssee!I told him, proaaptly. I stjthe-general'A"Vlrglnlfrt.e'flar, a prlie 'got that agured out a long Usee ago!' the first and 'only person that X Tecog-abte- d to-se-t its feetito KaatAfcnglla, ami toe vtrnmail 'prowess. captnreVt waa the long haired Col. !Sat-as- corncrakes ae tnooded out. In aucb were great r!ende. "After 'bylbim'ln IJ1 w'hwra lleutenaat. Its, 'And oae that we McDonald, a young lawyer of 8L conditions Uie dove-'- lyrpmature t- Bsy'I went sailing sfttB htm aleodcn dtsphry. Ixuis, ooe df the most ooUpoken'se-esalonhrt- a. flffation to the 'call 1n a little catboat that he had vented. tho Caucaeat ir. aY aansiow hMVitf " When he waa taken 'at tind the deairewf the'swallow tribe for 'file object df ".great historical vttrc-ranr- k. f TJhryssie aid the Idea ot saqy man an thouafc iratber of in 'St. the further amdreOftbe-'MedltRrraaea- a over twentygolng sailing wspUiful. the" capture of Camp Jackson nature, Heiutlftei.a white eratTvcifieolded that the bestwsyrto Ixula be 'Absolutely refused to l be. pa- n,V SUV mwmn w. MMWvimaa wbtch figured' onpieuously' la' the accordingly BTOHiht to land Its cefltmnd tfre disapp awed time In this wofffils to roled and battle Just pnecedingOthe surrender f take.tHssjs'Xbe minute thssj (present cc tbe arsenal nd held a prisoner. MalL of Insect k Qesei! I.ee ax Jknpomattoi. It aeasss-- i themsehsac and I bribed the waiter "As 1 'had1 occasion several! times t that-whi- le Oeaeral-JJiee- bad gone o f ',' hsAeli-ts put up isinai aasiliilih Plvldasn car Horns. the tent, rhef e Me-- "U l a plMSuns 'to each day ll M t'.ild Stnif.iSmfK iCt.se of theear of the flodfdderate lines :to at: the es.andctber things for tnetiandttcok BenaM' waa' bald, I sawhtarstaaduu nianViMlalnVOoiiRli'Stamedy Tb te late Gaersl!pootb. waa at Brs lh Itoit secure an IsiernUew Genen-alwith hefle-figkige- r HlPMooie. nounced fendnlartr' naaid , Cincinnati a' fronftir the; entrance dreeied In a Graiit,"leavlnginerl. Longstreet ac. along. a'fceok and a cavalry'afrorm. with cousii mpdtetneU sMllIo'salre. "Se iUed with me-o'CWcofi'o, Ot. 2t.v2i ,jietpr rom a ton i H command, Gesm:i 'Gordon's dlvlsran' iale. JliiKtitlV.itJv;n. "'An Baanaater, when I BBsawsM my his 1st n visit to jantetaca and expressed hia iarms''foMed, bis eyes i(litening, Mr. 0 nnd.,,eon,taUilns-- a ati'li Jl .wim iAU iiy niu.rr'.i became hard cmessed'iy the enessr Uttleihsnstper and began aanpadfctng tla? sti unrest ftintinisb views. im'TijkJa Uw4whvrf)lintnincs isi ; and called ion Lsmgitreet for. aislst- bill far Ills caOinalgn fund,. WM declare I ever and Uie rkiUi ).ii.vc ,tui,iu Jils!ily .YiTGrre the "Tbi ire was aJiJitUe.ibusjr chap pre-'es- t by Co), ltoosevelit to toe th8 "bulllsst' .. things Rsndrlcks said: NkJnt tilnjr aih1tln flimlak &n ' free again J I had never rjnet him fiiotary." r(T i?l' LVa3H dvplw wbto Insisted rthat the anan should' I slatape at this ive..tlngatret setn,f ,aad had no lll,.wlll. whatew, opinion itrliJsatkag to always be the that of Uie many read to Wm yiestieirday at ihla Inspector BewsrSli Major R. M.l was.' jast lasting ! so, as ailght have. and Miners kack at Work. TK go'haekinctthe hotel for llaashooa a it rwas 4 tho wossadJs, jplac to obey, the hospital. He at once dlctatejl wa aV ' ,4m 2W1WIUP, .u iiHint. ui uuiuuu slaaply touched. my cap, anil to my . aw '..V(C. OaMIJcr sending-o- f a fflag.srt irruce to .the fed- iidsyiMheAhts with a sreieseinatrrisjit, anal so forth; laait iGeaerafc Booth' si answer. The boy'a letter follojws:. rsrlae he aeeaaed each time to so 1lY)H.siui,l iii)ju-i- . 'Any.sABer.-woma,n vBld.havetthotutit lenced him ravOter msajtly. who liuvw' lx-Din' Mr, Itoopevelt: I hope ypu ae erals requesting a suspeaslon of his tnretura. little t frffls linstead of saatdwildsjad!' u'Wb: shoohiH .the rlfo rule the gettlntr on nicely. Cor I want yptti tot-ulrlk-- j lno Ul xpnlns. oieturnit iu. tbe Inter lew between YH, when I )aw him step. quickly B1sa3lflsmurmured, accuBMntative- - boBse?' ho aalaV 110s iter province. pour Prcskbijt. If I wap a matt I jn'oUbft' rk In Uie Min' tbee and iG rant nsilowtkag this sug-- i it '.tloncli4, '. , toward me as 1 .entered the eonfed-r- ai jly. 'SaeaMnrof frills Ton sre4 always iloslatlna;' that the help you wid work hard tor iyou,and tell todny after a loiu: ,vivfunjiM wltli tl3 geatlon, 'Cordon lit lonoe dispatched, camp after tthe battle of ' "Hendvtlcks paused wVnh 'has moaCi borne la ',hr' swesftno?, nd yet yoa Slmma ite the teeral commander. it (full and warmly take meiby to sjhtre :jtt me. woat let 'her rtse.lher ;nrovliioo. My the peoile haw good jpu rej b,u of asms-wlcswquest. As Major only ten yeucs old. Am sendlns. aonw riirtc luliH-- mx nftfwivi The " - Sheridan,witb this tBBand, F was omewhat surprised. toward tttbe lines of rTieyYe ill right. be admitted. C advise to '.a ansa Q&e jrou ist simpls money Uutt ptr ruat iSlmras iAnr 'talking a moment In regard, to ajo Xo reqelvp ..Uwity-tr- f J made pslllug Ofiwepa 10 v notft see tvttrp all wosnaa canVt wear and SborL, H Ss tola: iDlvMe ths haver-'saet'tke federals he search at his liclp you, and I .want you to keep It rf th7 wounded he lferaied me .that a)wM" tlm iU'i j;U.il lUuVt lliio pxJj' cover, Ms white lawm tnresses wHh dravwnwork boraewlth 7osr wlfeL' for seanethlng wajite , ea. iijoo was uneo;- - insunuy a gf A'je UnlUyl Mini V'jrkvrif Anwrirau advance,' " 'How dlVldevltr iths.othar attked. pray ovcry nlgt that" you will sooo' always do llsok, Just This aikethat. Bat-yobat found emljy -'said: fQan I have BlstbodyT' He at but Utu ;nperu.tui;s U) nut avcjnit" lbedsswoat.nd waved Absre, hlskhead rtSKhtr Why,' aU .OeaesAl Booth, ('fivs be (welt, and' I kno.w tlit aod U helping once said: 'Come with me and m Mtif wtoii. '" you. My brqUicr-- he as 'he Approached the Is ilvc-- 'e The "My dress wms white Itoen ttrimmed ber the insl'do and yen take ithe praj's too ee.' He vwent with me directly to " Union .soldiers caught alajfct of the ilollrlsh aave,ibut I fsrasae ihasi. It Yodrs traly. Vincent Cujjtls Oalutn. tiun'rril uiqii, ivw ktv Gen. Priced headquarters and, as ha was touching tto see how ate enoyed OoJ. llMisexielt'n. WiH'kk1 V'. , . ntnu'K White itowel, 'held their jflr, and t KliiwUn, .was:. lbeteg fed, juulihe pssitlviefy jarred had never known my same, he said: UiIm Movies Malta Target. this iy urar jjiiue vinpnit; jjour ve.'y. nvnl"K 'iKJiUtxt u ixftw riita uf Allowed 'iraprs vised fas 4ixima was Atrthe ginger ;Ale. and the ibosk. Lyon's surgeon. He "This is Geo. An InsjcnioiAB adsytaAten ,o( anoving nice the Ikies where hei lctfer otul ulft Jmve itpuihed me wishes the body. 1 want ;you to give U) uciipuny, but u c;;iifin,'vr' w" was met by Colonel WKlttoker and '"iThat's a bosk, I've wasted tori-eaiH'ctures Ao a sheafing gallery has dl to him. He Is the only officer who ulJc ui It is bvJLItvvtoi nil 01Ueiieiiv taken to 'General Custer, who was in adl summer,' hel&arked. Ton 3ead,out .been made by ataEriBtlHJhann. In .this deeply, Kspecllally ko na lit nectreaeiita will Imi ailjimtcd vn tlio men uiity &rated me decently in the awienal.' the entis- - so much. I sincerely lnope tlip you. and ' command of tlntt part of 'tJa field. loutl and m keep the boat headed. KASIery tbe maRksmen it win); JI'Miilay. Wen. Price, who was dressed as an Neither tf these officers, Ibswever, Say, positively. !I could grow flsUe ifaetion of lhooWng attxaoldly woiilng your little brother, n III botli Bro(wu fv ordinary citizen, with no Insignia of caned 'to declare a temporary cessa- Csnd of you. Miss tSimpeoa, and Utrn deer or otlaer tsalmals; and tbe suc- bo jfoorJ true men, br, .Oipt Jg ihat this xank except a Wack leather 'belt In cess of their. shots is awtomatlcaOyj- - country ner-ltion of 'hostilities Just then, 'teellns; sort, martial to women, either. tlie inot. . ily iwound tl "We .bad a !oely atternoea ant iCoraVd. In fee rear of the tallery is heallnK rapidly; atu .we fwfUoh was a small Colt's rovolver. hat they Ikad tbe advantage of the ' fiae tint In a fatherly manwheal we .started tto tsall back to the a raetaf screen painted white. The wlUiln Wcptaai iFiad fight and 'held the southern amy at field put his hand A a week or so cvprythlnj,' may l ner and we clasped bands. Turning Relidkf their mercy. So Staims was dbtiged hetfj w were surprised to find that pictuaes are thrown.on this screen and all rlglit. I don't knqw when a letter After Majey to retwnto SjIsiOwb lines wkbotrt ac the wiindihad died euticonrpletely. Sv tbe rapidly Bopvinr. objects serve la has ito Cen, fJtalns, he akcd If he knew mo o mu,cli as ypurs. lYl'Ju body was. Replying in the, where the Women wlo suffer from extreme complishing 'his purpose. He left tbe. we had tto 'pole la. This process con- place if a target, and aatord much love to yourself and lll(tlo brotl'icr, I ani sists 0t standing is (She stern of the anore ,stcMemest. Gen. Rains was ordered do yGseass of an vtnrmatlve. often cnJurc much truce towel 'In the 'hands of Colonel, ncrvoti&txcs, bring It for jtfenUficatlui. In pcrhapc suftcrinc before findine any relief. Whlttaker, who took bait or H ;and boat and ttwistlng ome (oar around In .electrical device tin back '.of the screen Faithfully yours. TJieodwe (Raasevett. twenty mlnntes- - a wagon drove up, ana Mrs. Daniel Kintncr, of Defiance, gave, tbe Cber portion Co General 'Obb, the waier dts though cu were getting ;a shot tiat? strikes a mortal snot on ' tcr. It was only shortly after the iio ready to wining it out cud it la war itihs deer, on whatever Uhe mark may I was asked to examine Ue contents. regardcldent, Just mentioned that Sheridan rant to lay . strong man ilow In half foeva lnsUnt'Jy recorded'ln thcrootoI TJpon raising the blanket which cor-re- d O., had fi:cli wi experience, t FOR FLETCHER'S a mile. Hendricks did two miles ot the gallery. The saarks also stow ob and Gordon met and , established the face ,of the dead man I at ing which he jays:. temporary twee which held until the It and I set itbere and kept .etill while the white paint, and .after these warke "I .had staeaach once recognise our general. uefEfWB. troublo when I was conference between Grant acid Lee he growled and mopped his :face ami beotaig loo nuneroas tbe screes cab "Gen. Bains asked: 'What la your bbbII '") eighteen yea,rs pld terminated the war. sMI .gasped for breBtb. be pAtoted over again. pleasureT and 1 replied that I would "It was 'when we landed that he SB? tody carried to the Most Important among this collecviSK .Hiy health, and for like to have the ot war ts remember years a euucreu Ray house. bbwbs (With nervousneM, tionwood, relfcs Is a little oval table seemed finallyeu asy shoulderape. He Mist of View. every1Z nT much battened and aenrred, laSd one band of 'VbWI soon, as a coffin could be made "As "This section Is almest mountainbeaoacne, intngep- - on which General Grant wrote tbs, let- body at the hotel was Inside art dinXi AsnJjK tiori and nervous tahfn to tbe Phejps ous," remarked the pedestrian to bis the body was ter containing, the terms f aurnen-de- r ner --and be did not glare. 'Uetaale,' companion as Akey trudgsd alone a spasms. farm. After tbe body had been 00 '"irifHm 0 I) paitng soi,bqTile pau Lee, at the heme of he amJd, abarply, 'I want you to aaarry country of General, for several days Gen. ftrics road ontf summer's day, car V'l would have them Wilmer McLean. v rae! If you'd so muck as opened your rying it burled. This was done Aug. heavy grips. thr or four times The. collection also Includes s pls mouth to make a suggestion during '1' burkd a, week. After try14- by. Col. enead, who says: "Yes, it's a bit bl.Vr." said tfca farm ing nearly' every mads from a .piece ,ot coach shell, those two horrible miles I'd haw er few minutes latty as he drove his him by instructloBSi from Gen. Pries, remedy recom- once, a bptfon from the coat of, Gen- dropped you overboard, tut as It Is guest from tbs station ha tbe big buck-hoarground. aad I Mid as I put blm In, the I ever mended, I began eral Washington, presented by a rela- I love yea desperately 1' taking Dr. Miles' . "That Is tbe greatest enthusiast "That waa why Chryssie stayed on greatest man." Aug. 32 Nervine, awl I 'must say It' helped me' tive of the general to, Custer. Later "Nice, rolling couutr.v this," saw and the to see If I really was going to acCuster bad' It, mounted la gold for his Louis and a wonderfully, 1 have had no severs nervtbe automobllmt to" his chasf-feu- r a undertaker try wife, who wore it for many years as cept Hendricks' proposal. She is uposities for trfiveial yearn." maxty of relatives cams and had the as MRS. DAN' KINTNRR. a brooch. stairs sow with a bottle of smelling ing ear. they wblssed by In At big .tout 1003 tody exhumed and It was takes aasi.St., Defiance, O. salts because I have just toid her that "Gee, what a flat, uninteresting re." Chicago Dally News. ,I Effective Joke, but ' Many remedies are recommended Xetblac la aura lmsartaotun gion," thought tbe ayiator, looking A young contraband, servant of ,a tbs bQtas than cJaar. atedy for difcases of the nervous system Picture on the Greenbacks, down as he sailed over It in bis maUgbb Insure this by gauiiur: Junior staff officer, was ignorant of tbe Crlsfleld'a Importance. jestic biplane. Life. One summer during the administrthat, fail to produce results because ILt ell that burns cleaj. anZ The collector of tbe port of Crlsfleld, ate! of Socretary Chase, when tbs they do not reach the scat of the fact that bis master had n cork leg, sjisajt nnuuui uicser aowm to night tbe officer had the Md., asserts that that place is tho and the first th Jot drop, iennylvaaa. was more than usually low, trouble. treasury Dr. Miles' Nervine lias durky pull off his boots. crude oil rellned to perfection. Statue of Braill's First Journalist Hrst port In tho United States to visit some troops Costs no more than the on he had occasion paid off for a long proven its value in such cases so "Now, look sharp," said the officer. in tbe number of vessels regisIn the South American republics it i kind saves iMONKr that hnd not been men was one with many time tJiat it i uniu'cosury "Don't pull too hard." Is not alone warriors and stntesmen naves WOHK-Ba- vci These vessels, however, in tered. eyi. Among the your dealer has SOL1T13 time. Tbe officer loosened the straps about clude a large number of craft desig who are remembered by public stat-ue.11 It. ou but did not to make ciuini n Varrela tllrect xrom oil. our whom he was ncqualntcd, Somo raontha ago In tho republic works. the Eccrotary, prove t nierii". tr yoiirn.i l.y his waist, and oft came tbe leg The nated as "bugeyes, puugk-s- , cunners to recoKnlio colored boy gave a groan, turned nnhy and bateaus," 80 that tho porta ton of Brazil a monumeut was erected to himself. t. wftroupon ho Introduced Keltint; a lAittie of your illu,,a white nnd fled, knocking over a picket iiago is not large, Crlsfleld la also I n Eet nnd m0 rucontly in tho city . Slol! OH Co. -vvlio wiU uuirn,lo j...vc if Oil yen! you're Mr. Chnso, Secre..i in nis man nigm. tho nmcer 1091 a described na tho grpateut bard and of 1Uo de Janeiro, a etatuo was eroct- It's so long receive i,o i..i.t..t. of tho Treasury. Louisville. Kv.i tary u raujo, scrvunt. for ho ran straight into a soft shell crab market In tho world, :c" " ui rwre. 'picture' thar Jtoflnory at "Warren, Pa. ,s considered tho father of Bra-ba- y since w lmvo f"en your rt)cl cniup. MILC3 MUDICAU CO., Elkliirt. ntl TVo cell tho celebrated and as tho confer of the Chesaiieaka who forgottcu you." "No I had almost ,Jlliau Journaliam. t'arb" Auto Oil. oyster Industry. OTM1 VA WHAT '1 G0THMM5ETS IN TIP . nL" iCAMP ANIIWVO Petty Graft of New Yorker, It It Ca eulated, Amounts to Over. 1100)00,000 Yearly. AROU CAMP WELL DEVELOPS SUMMER LOVE AFFAIR "My Condensed Statement of Condition iai' FIRE Beaver Dam Deposit Bank 0 BEAVER KY. XoET I I I liabilities:. er vto-lto- telf-sacrl-li- mas-eulen- dls-IUkt- Hen-drSd- and J rfVSVW . AUTOMOBILE SSS3ra$fl TRANSFER. Fron Bssiford s 1 Splendid car meets all trains. stable or call at you want to leave. seane'-women?- -- et 'f s COOPER &, CO Hartford, Ky, n i twl feoA-Ixjrid- 1 to-pa- aa j a'df'lncb haver'"rit?j 1 - -- 1 1 J ,m0,fP'f ?liSZZ?i ' SfelJ - ABS ,i SC-rt- anfl-touch- -- V-.- ij.-i;Uor- I" k ,1 ' out-ids.- TJ er -- 'to-esti- -- tu he Nefou YM r,)t-erc- Ojiildren Cryr CASTOJRIA Bin wm IurM - Abvfrti d. it ob-ssrv- i;ant tank-watr- lr Cm, I rauJ t , n - '. r :i no nciru.iJntcjiee.nml to whom yon owe no wlUi him, no mnllr wlint courses In ni.i act of charily wlialciver. ."tamp your pursue as I'rcoltli tit. T.ho Pipsresslvo ballot (imto tlic Progressive emblvt.. pnt1y will lie In h position l !u',e pv" to law at tJi PoMofne tlie picture of Jlooocvclt, ami for oiio tlio clement which Is sere to spl',1 off Kitorrd necor-ilnHartford, Kx as moll mttr of the mcoihI tlriic vote SfiT your own Intcif'tx. .Democracy, If trltuiirvYuit. from Mt. will till bo true tti the fyutti Tlio free trader Wi'io nsks the farms'" enn state-lyre liuioor,u'V hn hem s C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER to vole tlie Isjnocitlo ticket. il long In power In sltfe almtnlstrritLin EDITORS not admit Hint tlie only woy prices nro nml whore tlie pcopb. liavc hjrggd for n RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER piupned to be reduced) Is bv ,the fnwnox atroiiff opposition Ji.uty with whln'i t PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, k ttlng Ices fjr lils crap, wMlo tho tralgiUn out the" nml co t,. transportation mnii, Hie si"cr nml tlirt.IKsI1 lhcm ..(,,0Jn lmio. Tie ,,, , uuc In Uio rrialn .their fartv ...... . ..., ....... ., to merchant ' j all communications work of distribution. Noboly is talk a strong oignnlzatlon In nnv of the ril Hartford Republican. Ing yrlottly about reduction of frelgr.t Sautliein stiles, lu,t Unit tliJ Pimi-sl.vrates, cartage, or pioflt of slore kpclpnrty will find thousands of rewuiM era In handling the fanniexs ko)mIs. AH nil over the end of J)llt .within the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Bnb(MTltr dMlriwf the pnr sent to b new the talk Is Hint the fnrni"r must take next few yrnis. Is our pnillction. Hrttord Republican. A MESSAGE , f "?A. iw '"I s 4v -- ' " iifP?"v..rJsji' - - tipm - ;2'' f X S. J . HHkw o yJ'y . 5W 117 address niont Rlre tlie old address In mating the less itlinn he now gvts, nml, ns It If. request. he sets on an avcrng," about Jialf tlio Ussullclted monncrlpU will not bo returned price Hint Is paid by the cltlztn who vnleta ucccmipanled liy Anonymous communications will rewire no finally consumes t!ie farmer's products. potg. MUTUAL AID. cttrntlos. TJie ajrrclnent which has TXLSFKOITX. Jaa-aar- & aFU-we- ........ 13 rauDAV, NovjiMncn i. PROGRESSIVE TICKET. d) For President, THEOI0lE HOOSUVJ3L.T. For Vice Pnosldent, GOV. HlIiAM JOHNSON. For Congress IE. It. BASSJ3TT. Gov. Woodrow Wilson would shut nills and open' the soup kitchens. "Why jshiould any farpner vote tot tin Taft my own life. 1 want you to deed ease and braved misinterpret understand that 1 am ahead or the tlon to become their leader. The esgame anyway. (Applauae and cheers.) jot Wilson? Did they not both adviocata No man haa had a happier life than 1 tablishment of social and Industrial Unnoda In larm with free trade In way. we believe MAN Ibare led; happiertolife in everythings Justice by this country is, century beproducts? i have been able do certain nearer a quarter of a that I greatly wished to do and I am cause of the work unselfishly done ay President T,aft forgpit to write his interested in doing other things. this great man. In conitiuc.tlng the County ulatform What Col. Roosevelt Said to His letter of acceptance, but It Is perhaps "I can tell you with absolute truthBut he did not create the cause. Re just as well as h.e can noW turm it Into Before another IssucTof" thlspaper tha! the pnly interest Wihicji tfw nenlor fulness that I am very much unlnter-eateMilwaukee Audience. t Jn whether I valedlctoiy., or not. It has made Progressives, but he did piostdenltal eleciVn will be Ueciited and?JltOir of AJiIs paper Juid was rudMnilpK vwas jwat aa when. L waa colonel or my not make Progresslvlsm. He la, Ml our choice is successful or nor, Judge O'llenr. ilr. lart'o, being an A vote for the degressive ticket it w!iither regiment I alwaya felt that a private. has. been aald, the "political parent" applicant for the post (Office waa as good Anverlcons we must abide by a vote for the minimum iwagje seal'!. NO CONaRN FOU HIS OWN LIFE was to be excused for feeling at times or Folk and Hadley and Johnson aid In endorsing- President .Taft mpst of the soma pangs of anxiety about hla perRemember this, workiagman, and atauip the result and make the Wilson and others who have won and Senator Bradley. The Heiiald Jnlffht country's choice. We believe that the sonal iafetj'.'tfcrb.Kcannot understand Under the emblem of Itioosevelt. Progressive .platform presents tso the abo Jiave dus up tlie ipUtforni ,lopt?d In tha Oraataat Campaign Spaaah an a man fit to be a Coldfiti fjso can pay prosalaeace in the faith. But he did noMmplant la the breasts of asea the Is It not preferable Xo corn from two pepple of the country ,the (most qo.n- - by the State Cunventlpn at IouUtvIIIc Raaord, With a Buttat In Hla B4y, any heed to hla personal safety vMtlP asplraHbns to tour djoUars a day .than o aoceip.t a prehenslve and advanced sUUement of List ypar and fomvl thait Mr. Iirnnlt i ha is occupied, aa he ought to be ocHa Anawaraa Faravar tha Argu-man- t which the caase embodies. cupied, with was a member of t,lw platform conraitttei Ov cent loaf, wlille ccxollriK ypur iheels principles wvcvr enunciated In a NaThat tha Pragraaalva Party do hla duty. 'the absorbing desire to (Applauae and cheera.) ,, The principles which now are sat tional platform. It may be .too advanced wJilch endorsed Mr. Toft for la the bread line? la a Ona-Ma-n Mavamant. "I am In thia cause with my whole forth for the first time by a great present time. U so tlve imembits tlon. Hpwevcr, Mr. Barne.tt .was oppos I " I believe that the political you want cheaper twins', put the for the If heart and soul. party as a "contract with the and bfis always of tlie new party caai assured tliat to this Tha speech that Col. Rooaavalt Progressive movement is for making Democrats in control. Tliey .will cheapen at Ullwaukea with a bullet In life a little eaaler for all our people; people" have long been the growing their Ideas .will prevail In the nar been opposed to Mr. Taft. for the output of the furm and fiuipry and the hla body waa tha moat dramatic n .1 vutejl for iiim as a nomination and fivtune. Ttie tlectUn of JUr. Tatt Is a movement; to try to take the bur- beliefa of millions ofclt liens. Roosehriag Uie plica of labor down with it. utterance on raeord. Impossibility and Is m tegarded lo' 'ill Republican nominee four va,rs pro with dens off the men and especially the velt during his presidency begaa to erd he Jiiat before he roaa to apeak Henry women and children Interpret them and 'to put Into conctlMr .tiainnn well posted men who lute taking any great rcluetam.e. But whut dlffaren'e Wfven you-soff to-tF. Cochems, head of the Progreaaive I am absorbed In the of thia country. crete form and phrase wjiether Uio to buy what you ian buy hi your own thought of the clecttqn. 'flhe ratie U elos It makie senior Party' success of that these asplrs Speakera' bureau and a Mil- movement. tlons and convictions. town you are appljInK tio practice the undoubtedly between Gov. (Wilson and edl'ior of this paper lias .hcrmtolore waukee man, came forward and said:. "I regard this Incident aa of InfinjPiesidciiit Taft or not? Tha Like all effective leaders or historic CemtK.ra.tlc tariff idea. It kills Jiomo Col. Roosevelt and it Is admitted by "in presenting Col. Roosevelt to you, itesimal importance aa compared with movement, he crystalllxed and gave pavtv Is Jiot a (piestlon In Mils camrrUgn. He tlie (enemies of the Pirogrcss-lvtrade and will kill jour home town. good citUena, good fathera and good the great Issues at atake in this cam- visible substance to the that it is making great ntrldcs In tha Is rvw p. Progressive and holds nio al civilians, you should know that the paign, and I aak It not for my Low prices for the necpsfiUlcH of life closing sake longings of men. He voiced what milColonel cornea to you la tha spirit of not the least in the world, days of tiie a,npaig,n, and its legiance to tlie Republican ffiarty what but for the can not possibly 1j?niflt Ihe man out a good soldier. wo would like explain-"- , success would no,t be a sunprlse to ajwer. Hut wliat aake of our common country that our lions felt. But the cause was born In ol work or working on half time, with great many people, altougji It woul I to "Aa we were leaving the hotel a opponents P.roiesFiveM of bqth t,he old Remake up mind to tha heart or tbla nation, and there Ilea low waes, as was Uio ,sItua,tloji in few momenta ago a daatardly hand apeak only the truth, their not le a marvel. To think ojf a now (party publican l.rty and tlio limnorAnitl" and to use Ita atrength. Even though that bullet raised a revolver and fired a shot at the kind of slander and mendacity had not been springing into exlstem-vl.th no or party In Ohio County is ,how It hpppetis providentially deflected him, and the Colonel speaks aa a solno committeemen, A word to the organized laboring man. ganization, not'ilu? tlvat .air. Martin, .the Chairman of the dier with a bullet in hla breast; where, which, If taken seriously, must Incite that marvelous fraction of an inch and weak and violent naturea to Crimea of he had fallen a martyr, e in Republican County C'uwvuUltf, and Mr. we don't know." a vote In f.uor of tilie Initiative nnd whatever upon wilcji to the cause violence." would still have gone on, because 11 principle Jn n.hlrh nine organization and wltlifn thnec ntonlhs Matthews, the editor iof ,tiho referendum, a A ahudder ran through the audience, Is In harmony with the Irresistible accompanied by crlea of "Oh, Ob," out of every ten wtew lwlltiie. but bringing nil this inacihlneiy Into us are in tho same beid flunt pt this itlme, torces of.human growth and evolution from the women preaent, who made which was left octt of lUi thp IVni- - llstemo ond mnko a winning- iflgli(t for and Mr. Martin jtadlb- .furnlslijiig LEADER up half of the audience. for th.it paper .igiiln,st tho edHad Grant died In the field, would ocratlc and ltpitbllvin pla.tfonis. jthe Jiresldcjicy would bideed ,be one of Col. Roosevelt atepped forward and tlaj womlerfj of the ctntuiy, iijid yet itors of tills paper,. happen that have meant the permanent dis' WUI the same old Mory atinut the was greeted with a cheer that shook . ruption of the Union? ,t Ifioks wltli all tho preM-n-t ilay futilities for lielqng to tlie 3.00 tariff on an oveuyi.xt fool the the building. He had the grin on AND commupU-atlotpiU-CAUSE have cost battles, but It His loss would and iulek action, to, us like mutual aid ixjtw?n tv.o his face, and It was hard old could not have t'J.OO for the audiers? nlll iiuiifawj a flit l Ohio County .vmtjqis Mill laigvly 8tandpatt-rs- . prevented the ultimate triumph of hit with the sentiment already ence to credit the statement that he overcoat at the uremil tlnv. but If cause. Bo If the Progressive leader molded. It Is by 110 neaiw an I'll- - no duiibi take the ujiiu ,vi'ew. atood there like a soldier with the the tariff for ntmij fjuly Is j pohslbllUy. Col. iKonsJewIt has pindo Put Into Concrete Form Deep-Root- had fallen, th,ere would have been prolead of an enemy In hla body. e Jnimsura.ted no oius will lu-.th $a.W. found sorrow for the passing of a th greatest fight ,o,e,r ,v.aged by any Hager Sees That T. R. Will Poll That there waa no question' of tbla Aspirations of Miwaa shown by a little Incident. When loyal friend and leader, but no feeling organuujil-laborinA word to tho man man In beluilf of a f,;t pf jiolltlcil Large Vote. the Colonel started to read hla notes llions of .Americans. principles In all Uio (lilLs1ri- - of our of hopelessness. Do you not know that Giov. (WIUjii he took hla sjjstetacle case from the country, and ho .has nchiwu a Frankfort. Ky., Oct. IS. TJuit Cf)loli-;- l eald of jou the iinatieiit things ,eNer If tbla seems a cold and calculating vest pocket, and turning to those Just never attained by any man Itiiow.velt will poll 110,000 vot'-- In Ken lew let ua say that we believe it Is asraln.st jou by our blttciest en- jkOpularlty about him, exhibited it, indicating A PROOF OF CONSECRATION the view Theodore Roosevelt would tho nation has produced, tucky this fall Is tlie opinion of Judge where the bullet of the aaaassln had emies? Do you want him In the iWhlto which nave his followers take. We believe Hoube? If ci oto the JJemo.ara.tlu tlckut. rcrtalnly not duiiug .ls life time. Wo Jiiv,'in F. Ilugicr, of .Vshiand. Judge llagef alcked it This brought another have had a number of leaders, nilioto Is a member of tlie Kentucky Ixiimif.-rat'that had he lost his life the epitaph he cheer, to which Mr. Rooaevelt Reeeevelt Haa " TJie campaign jnHnagersof Govem-tMade repreeelvea, atrt pppuLirlty lias responded with one of his smllea and af,ter t!i?ir Finance Coin,mlUeo for Kentucky nnd InmviMvl would wish to be written of him would-b"Wilson are asking small contributions Ha Did Nat Make (regresslvlsm--Ha deatli to such an p.vunt that they could was a visitor In tills city tdy. began hla talk. that he had served well, but that. Xrpni manufacturers ajnd working men, Crystallised tha Lenglaga ef as he himself "Friends, I ahall aak you to ha aa accompllslid have ulrnoxt onyljilnt:. Progiiesslvrs predict that hllmale will said in the face of death, wjipm lie would later crush and pauiin-l- z, a.uiet as possible," a said. "I den't Man bat tha Party Principles Ware the cause could tliey have but returned to Ufa. fall about 0,000 siioit. would go on without him. ills hcheme of frpu trade cjouM However, In ciuih know whether you fully understand if am Laag Age In the Hearts af It b.'ia This was what moved bin to that that I have just been shot, hut It takes "be established by a lejnoitiAla Co-iTlip boy',s appetite Is often the souroe aulred tho grim riper, dearth, ito tha Natlen. supreme prooaof devotion last Mea aaore than that to kill a Bull llooas. the hatred and animosity of a of a,mazcjniejit. If you would have su'Jh day night. Thia haa been his spirit (Okaars.) Bat fortunately I had say Roosevelt the amMUeea ogeiait, the since Alter Gov. Wllson'M campaign majuig-j- r largo part of our cltlzeu'liilp IV fnaMo an JV?.tltp take Clvamberlaln's Tabic nanuacript, so you see I waa going to the beginning. He ahowed It Caesar that nseastreas e tor the nomination liad spent all of tho tho jyopularlty of these luadirs possible They not only orea,tu a iluealthy ajjipetPo aaake a long spaach (holde up saaau-acrl- p weald-bwhen, confronting the formidable aom but titrengt,hen the Sltpmaph and tenable SuqIi was the case with Llunuln and ef earleature drawn by enmity nation or with ballet hole) and there is IU.5W.00 given htm by Cyrils ilcCormlclt. Governor Wilson, he dscld but during the UCe itlme of it to do Its wotk natuially. F.or sale a bullet there. is where the bullet and atsjlee baa,been destroyed, never td to Biake the gght. Ha President of tlio Iluir.-sU.Tiust. ami ald h. f.it by ull dealers. west through and it probably saved te reappear. But we faaey the other like a eac-j-i one of tlu'sjj gimt nun ,t,lulr Gov. Wilscm liad ibeyaii nominated roe soldier uader order: If he war ' ate from It going Into Bay heart. Tke thought that thif) la a "one-maopponents did no; t'lenitate the Prs!dency, and tf iiod found summoned even to lead a ferlora hope, ballet ia In me bow, ao that I cannot movement" still persists, and Last Call for Taxes. out on Jilrn, lie directed Ahat it bo go to any extreme In ,villlCca.tlon mid it is uska a Tery long speech, but I will upon this point that we purpose to he must obey. own tlielr .tandiii; Deputy Sheriff G. P. Jont-- VIII Ik- - try my paid back to Mr. Miqonnlcl;. Ilnwevr, slander to br,eak And this, we believe, ia the beat. (Cheers). iw at with tlve pevople. Tho nvembpr pf !w at ,tjip followliiK Jdutvs at linvj In ho known tlut It wis tavfir ivild "And bow, friends, I want to take speak with somewhat personal em- the great body of Progressives. Theyf phasis. Piogresslvp par.ty may rcrft pssined that dicated to colltct yp.ur Vixes lvoma th'j advantage of thia Incident and aay a upon Roosevelt aa an uneqi'aled Mr. I'arjTn rihy slHuhl " duivut with wiuite.ver iupjn.n With the narrow escape from the iook next Ti'sduy, Uieir penalty Is uided. . word of solemn warning as I know . figure of brave and sagacious n Jarty wliUi pj unites to loner 1'ie orgiaiuzallon Is tJwrourfily leader tragedy fresh in mind, we suy that how to my fallow countrymen. First v4tabUbhe-, Taffy, Mon.Uy, Nov. II, a. 111. ship; they are profoundly grateful prlivo of living by tho piliii Ojd t.hat tlds j.arty will be Uie (Conjeu- - j Adwburg. Monday, No,v. of all I want to say this about my- Colonel Roosevelt waa not the creator II. p. in. of wlut jou June to sell? Widen self: I have altogether too Important of the Progressive movement, that he for the strength that ho gives to tho ou lug ivirty wlUi the Dempcmts In tb0 fu. Magan, TuTdu, No,v. IS. things to think of to feel any concern 1b not the guarantor of Its permanency movement, and thnv i.. , i tlo (tills jou do fo pf ,bliud tmo In botli county, K,tii.to and Nojtlai, Willi MO A "" Ralidi, AVedn'tdfiy, X(W. 13. over my own death, and now I cannot nor his life necestiary to Its ultimate spared to head tUi march to victory?! or bec'tuse jpa uie willing If the Denocrats hl.oul.l suexecd in ellb;lls Run, Tlutrwljy, Nov U. uui iney know tiro cause would not speak to you Insincerely v.ltliln live success. lo loor your own ntanllmg In th eutliur Dr. Wilson, In Uie languaso cf i'leasoiit ldg, I'll Jay, Nov. 16, a. n. ailnutfcs of being shot. The Progressive cause and the Pro-- 1 liuve dli'd with him. because It Is woild, and laku tTom ytur wlfo IlHiry WuUerMui, It will not bu jnany "1 am tellinB you the lltoral truth greEbive party uro at Muxv.sH, i Iday, Nnjv. it, p, , founded on the eternal principles o this tlino milluid MtilUran oppoi,tunitV s, vvhl,h oSjinoow alu l.ls liwuguratiun b.furo n I say that my concern is for lions of votes stronger IJuford, ttaturiliiy, Nov. la. Jubtice, because it la the causa at because, light Uloos iu a.wn, und turn tlie.n large eUtnont of ids jyii.ty will bu things. It Is not In the other to the call of duty, he sacrl- - hurosmlty. lleflln, M'oiuUy, Nov. lb. A. out to twi one with wjhfliii jou hu.e thoroughly dissatisfied find T. II. BLACK, S. O. Clinlmwn Into between JJcmoornllc and tepuhllcan conimlttte! of Ohio coun,ty, ptrlilbltlii.T t!ie life of money to Influence 0te171 !n tlie coining election, Is credltnblc in all conetned. For ers ,we have- pienjchcl agalni't the us; of tnuney to corruut electiono. We foii!it It In the old Republican party four years ayp, and did our bet to ret the cmi'ity coiiimltto to make a rule rentitilnir ffie cundldateM before tile llepublfcan primary tp ab stain from the liso of money oxceipt in a lefiltlninte way, but t.he committee voted It down by one majority and tlie result was a flood of money In Ci It primary election, wille wfilcli probably did not chajuge tjic iiehiilt In any one contest, the imoral effect "was disastrous to a lirg elemxnt nf ,vptprH. lloth old parties In Olilo vouity (lvve tveeii guilty .of the use of money to corrupt elecltor,,". Years nso Atye party always carried Ohio oountv with nn lmnense sluah fnml.artd n number of their primary elections were disgracefully corrupt and flonrtlbuted largely to tjis down fall of vthat Pptiity In ll'o county. We are glad tlia,t We arc liv ing In a better day and jvve aliall I'lll with delight tiic time .wiw nil JiV'ii will go to tlie polls and ca.s,l .their ,vote according to pf ,thelr the dtc,ta,tes consclence.ln an enilghitencd piaauver out as itliey see It, of for tho best intej-est- , the greatest nuinlwr of aeoplc. iWe A'1 proud that Ohio county (has taken advanced ground upon .this question, and that she Is fumls,kling a nplendld ex- nmnla fsx ttiA nMn.i innntlna m .Tjr tucky. Tlie day of the coTimpn floater, who .waited until late In Uic mfternoon fa the price of .votes to. jad,vanpe, in gone In Ohio county. - boon entered e, of Vic "Cinchd." Thlx woiM n,t t,'io Jicnl of nn article in this wreck's ilaftf'i I Ilciuld we presume Is nvant lo flatt'.i the iiniveise or conwey the Idea, that siijuEjoiie , has been totally ublortite-fnvn existence, hm It were. To iroo t'lnt the senior editor of this paper has always been a "Taft HepublUwi." and by tke wiy It upeiuls one uyyk trying to c.tal)llf,h jtlils fatt and the nest that he hfls alwa been ncnlnst Col. renrnt'y ltoyewlt, the llirtfoil ipioted f 110,111 the jdatforjn mlopttil n,t 11 m eon.vetitloji .held nt State Scinitoil.il Iteaxer Dam al.nost 11 ypnr jigo, o'l I wlilcjli iiLitfiirni .Mr. IVirmtt Jind nut tli" slightest to do with, as an cxniiilint!i of t';e repoit of that convention h'iowsi was that the lteynlutloivi Commltt composed of Messrs. K. K. Tiiylttr. Jolt W. Jllm-s- , C. I'. Kvoun and V. 1. Thonius. gentlinun, t!i roughly ctipable of drafting a plitfi''ni they did so, as t'le ti nd we presume writer way not liesejit. 'Hie Herald IlltmdM'eil as a w linear, P0.1t .Mate' . It. B. Chalmviii of the Oh'o County Republican Committee, wiio sajs that ho belped Hie sonlor editor o" this paper dtuft the platform. If Iv. cou.-u- lt Martin will Jils inonnry 'ic '13 will iv?ejllect that the plltfor;n helped to form was for tlie' O'llo efi County Convention, which sent t?,2iiatorJal to fjie Convention and this platform together wlti tl e platfoim adopted by the Hutler County Republicans was read ,by Mr. Kpste' at Ileaivcr lain, who happened to be of the Convention,-- and Mr. Foster ,says Uiat Jie did rot present any resolutions 011 any paper to tliat Co.- Vntlpn, but that he doubtless rc.i.l these two pUtfaims, merely uctlng in tlie capacity of j$ei'rsgtary to pjye l -- '. -- .Mai-lln- in, .. V t- - v' mm: mj o4HkKf7 TMTWT . I dc'.-gat- r am-eao- In a" W ' " ill ' " Extract from Colonel Rooevlt'a Spaach tfatlvarad Immadlattly attar ha waa ahot. THE CAUSE least for NOT THE n. d J ?Jr'frtaHrikJstee irt , 11 cam-palf- e deep-roote- d M3-H9- ba-s- - THE .vv!-- t- - Pipgiix-sslves- THE s ed g- h-- ut-ti- sl aym-pathet- r e - t. e flg-ar- y, r -- b-- - n s ba-k- . I luux-i-ln- j IK; C " ''"M-,--W;WW- Hj r ! "F "I -- , , " " TT " Tl" "VV I IfcSfli Holeproof to innhlnu inniJiliio nml nm prcparcl MnA of ImiUiiiik. Olve mie n mnKc nil w. I. NAM., call. Ilartfonl, Ky. mt. Ailv. WANTJ:-123 linr InMhllod tlio latest lmton LOUISVILLE PENSION AGENCY WILL CLOSE M qlwyut Upn 1'AUMUnS I polo iect long. Not Yt illimctcr nt JmnH nil. CO., ipl" ;' ' Washington Officials Believe Re moval Will Reduce Expenses- - CLOAKS! We -- m- - v t .Mr. nnd .Mr. Jolin W. Wullaio, o naliiu.it, Tex., nnd Mm. Altrcd Loulnvllle, Ky., Oct. Wallace, llartfarl, Armold nnd TO MEN. WOMEN wltii tlw r,maal of Jho local penxbn Wllnir relImT" ;, wjio routo AND CHILDREN. afipney to Vr'nBlilnRton, on l'Ybr,nary. atives In and around l'prdsvllla for d.ijs wcro In llnittoul Friday ami In rnnipllamij with n trrfnt apx at ConMajor Andrew T. WVwd, lieml of Kutuntay. hto ilojmrtitunt licrr, wJH iputlre fiwn iinntr)y insvotlnf? for the Uie serUcr. Major Wood, iwlio tl fis nerv'" Tlio first Hatn Circuit .w 111 ho licM nt at pension agent for more Jihpn jel?ht Liberty Cliiirpli, Niuember 2 fin 1 1. received 'lis npprJn(Urnt mm I're.ifliinB by the Presiding ""ldnr, 'tsv. Pnealdettf He In njmv 57 lyei'i it M.T) old. .He will retiuir to his Jipnve In Mt. Tiampmn Saturday mnrnlr and nlso at 7 o'cUxk In Hie evening anil Sterling. 11 a. m. tfundjy. ( quarterly rayiwnit pt penTim Aiiwrloin Oil .Well SurC'ly Co., sion n,t ,tlio looal offtas iwlll begin NoTlie $1,S00.',1 b,rUk 'mlll- - vember 4 wJicn approximately liart rented tlra wnrapisr in"n!Hnera Inir. coiner Jlnln and Center Btavels. will bo distributed lines-h- ose During Wp tenm of furmcrly wtunVd liy tfic Jla,itford .Drti? of ifun district. tsuperpUfl Moor AVapd haft office, O)., anl will opon up In a fow T'ii"y will handle all kinds pf jnrvVilne?j." tho payment of p.bo,ul 133.000,000. Tie rcfliHjailbllltles of the penslo-- i anl other oil Htipplles. Hole-Pro- of agent are many. Major jWoori Is under TraSs, the nfnayett-ol- d Mln o' a bond of .S.GO0, anl KTfflt coip K diLUKlitcr of .plulm iIKym' pnlsitakcs dlol constantly rcqu'rtd to preimt VVhlnp,ton tho Slnjor Wm.1 pa In ,thp IIIimh Hcvtral daas WohR'Filay that In Ills present fsetolo lienltSi. bo I'un,"inl wflceH werf .hfld pX tl'ie t)hls any n 1 iloes npt caio ,to undciiitake InKt'on tiiiucli Tliuifcdny ' lontTir. o'cVkJc and lntermprt tollowied of. the While the rlosng of tjie .office hre . IVit.'cxson gxvj-ardWpql's iwxirk at would end Major Hoacr Daan Ohajitcr ot file Easte.--t pension oent,' lie woiuld hajve ben Hole-Pro- of Star Rao an clabofrnto Jxinqurt at that Bltin an eiual portion In jWan'ilnton. pnil 'lc place last Saturday nlw'it. The cliange jnade by CoiiB,rps affec's chnptir at .Hartford and McJlenry vro eighteen paits agencies In dlffrcnet Invited. Tliose who nttpmled fron Hnt,-for- d of lUip ocunXry. All pf thfm will lo vrcrc Mis. U. S. Cfircon, Mrs. Krcd conaolldalcd with the main office, anl .Wlllje Smltfi, .Vniia C.irp,f. MUsch all ithie payments will bo inado frorn .there. PatAii. UuUi ind HeUle ItH--y. Tihe reason for the cheunge is Jlne p(l'i'f Hew S. J. Tt'oniPTpn, rircihllnK Hldor that the Governmnet wpujd save mpney of the OweiMjojo Ulmrlct of the M. by J dplng. B. CCmndi, South, wlll preach nt tli9 Is your husband crois? An rrttablf. oofjt hotifie Sun,lay hlffht ond ailmln-Itf-ottpn duo sacrament of Xie Lord's sup-r- fault finding dlspofdtlpm N tlie of to a disorganized stomach. A man 'with and hold Uie biulreses sessifMi good digestion Is nearly aiways booJ the quarterly coofcrwep Moniloy aft,:-nooW011 rratured. A ercat nvuvy hftv cured pf stolmaph trouble b M". MKi Divio Mowley, iou,te I, and taking Chamberlaln'a Tablets. Fpr sa! Alln .Ward, route 7, 4.,re imamrled nt by all dealets. ! the brlJc's home Wcarwulay afterpooi Joliwr ofHev. T. ,V. at 4 o'clock, Notice in Bankruptcy. flclatlnR. Immllaifily nfer the mro- zw-m- hIn the District Count of the United mony the bridal paiHy k ror Uie ponio tor the Western IHs.tilet of mother. Mrs. OeorBla States of the uroom's i Ward. ,whcxe a wedAwi fljiwpr w.i Kentucky. ' In the matter of J. W. Co & Sm, served. i Mm? Ffrank Maples, iw,o Hvie4 between partnerslilp composed of Jamps iV. Cot vox, uiuvviuuauy 11. irHartford nnd Hort'on, idled wy sullen and Oleocr Li. rupt. ly WeonewVy rfoht. SJie awpkerfd Oil ihls 28th day of Qotober A. D., 1912. husband Jn Aho nlffht and jxaft suff-i-Iany on considering tlie petition of (tin ftfore-sal- d A wry pleasant Hnlloween dance ww ionies. He was inablo tp eivo bankrupt for dlitclifirge, filed on BHen by Jite jount ineil at iDr. Haan'3 assbitcncp and Mm. Maples died (n a the 31st day of August A. D., 1912. It Is few mtnutry. She leav a child beside" iUnk. was a ordered by tlie court Uiat a hfprlng bi Maples Mm. Mm. lUrbcrt Wen,terflf1d and the husband. Mr. and had uron the same on the Uth day or Mirie, louto J. were Oawitor of E. M. Milter. Uttlo dauclUer, court "douginteF of Mr. Doccvnber A. D., 1912, before sa4d Uepubllcan wtlli'o Miss Vlplet Barnard, at Louisville In said distrjlct, ejt V0 Time Table pl'iuumt callcw at The M. H. ft E. Railroad and Ms. Momrio narnard, iroutp 3, anl o'clock In tlie forenoon, pr as nar Monflfly. t jBuMtr. JCy.. soi Mr. Prry Crane, Hartford, Ky. at Mrs. AJticrlw WalUoe, wlfo olf J. V. of Itcv. Crane, who wop past ir thereto as practicable, and thait pothM np time In The S. tlitte card eKectlTe Monday Wallace, pf loiMe 2. la quite JII at of the No Creek cjhunah, wefe mTpirffl'd thereof be published U npwsfpper piriut-e- d G. V. loypl n Hartfflrd JlePub,U:a' 21C tbe Imwfl of licr Au. at tlie brldo homp yenterday mrr'i-lIn said district, and itjhat all known a. in- - In tVnJiIIV.', ":18 i 112 NorUi Hound Au at 9 o'clock. Tteiv. Ell iWpsley offi persons In Interest aiary ciating. After thp iccirrpiony .tine siou.nB credltoia and pUier daily except SMamy. Uixttey un.a .mi Mrs ,, J m,3y appear at said tlrnp and place anl p. ,Wmtcliic. were the snieBw coupW, left for JJuticr. wpverp Hjlipy will show cause. If any they have, (wx thj No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 , "j,'r dally except Sunday. M,. s. j. vcddins f,ir reside. pipj-ei- r of said pe,UU:ner shopld not bo m-- , ya mis week. 116 South Douwl due 8:45 a. .No.sevcral Dr. J. P. DeWlM, of Irfwlsport, Ky. gian,ted. guest f Mirs. W. WITNESS dally xef euiMwy Honpralito Wplter the Mr. J. T. Wallace, KaM Hartford. Is is In Hivrtford Oie m. c,Wltt pexiomio" Cans, Judge of said Court, and the seal No. 113 Soutfe Bound due 1:46 p bedside of IiIh wife, Who Is T. Woolward. Dr. at the dally except Sunday. tho marriage ceremony for Mp. AVooJ. Uicrepf, nt Loulsillo In eajd district, orltuvilly IU at the rwldeaice uf H. E. M1SCHKJB Agt her husband nearly fifty on the 28th day oi October A. D., 1M2. ward and in Kordsxllle, jii-H was located at lleda 'or A. G. KONOLD, Clerk. a copy of "Tho the jxraotlep of his professjoji dwrlnj Kor I1.C0 ou oan wus In LojI" Vuilurv'a Ciawr" and onu yeans pubdcrlp-tio- n Uie Civil War, bujt for many ycairs Mt. John O. Kown What Texan Admire) rl.o to The Hepublioan. lleular vlllo IhU week. lias devoted his life ,to tlie wilnjstry Is hearty, gorous life, acoordlnis to ' " ' " .. ...J i nr "-ii SnnU Alone .18 ll.W, " It has l)ccn twenty flv )ears slnco Hugh Tallman, of Ban Antpalp. "Wo Cpl. J." C. Dunrctt, of Midway, iwronjie tl,so wlw idvertiee, for hp was Ust In this County. Vi Uip gui-n- t of Mr. J. C. llllcy. f fln,d." he writes, "tliat Dr. King's N-of No Creel;, Life Pills surely put you they wwyt unfl nMPl- KKq. D. S. Chamberlain, llf antd enorsr raying Incnfon. Vwr.rtow KOlt SA1,E-- Wtn has Bold his faun tp (Mr. Alex Carson, Into a person. Wife and I bcllae tiny your trade. They (te ypu wjui t'-Adv. Address. Kdltor this office. who will be riven paswcsslcn not luUr are ithe best made." Excellent for Pton:. le. .Try .thoni. have for who achi Uer or kidney troubles. 23 c,ts al 15. Mr. Ohni'Jrt'WlaAii. KWdn. rVaiuit jIWsb. Mr. Oll-- m este.r. Uinn Nov. Mr. and Mrs. On?l Owen left Is the RiKt of Mrs. Kiwwt WouJrvard, has served for fOjno Jtpra as on,j pf tho all druggists. day tor Central City, w.hene Alley will laying locatlaa. mal--9 their futune lionio. lr. Owti Un coaiUy's efficient niflglstuiteB will jnovo w XHlt SALB-- A with his family to Ow,snsbpo,wh.e Adv. ILubtrr nlmp. Address. "Doctor." Oils ofilte. a position In he lias auiseplfd a ffPrfition as Liberty JuM ojencrabarreT wf tliat good ,pure Mr. noTiuv TajlorTr trp of the City Cpil anl iMdBMioiJ.ood'. was a pltasant caller .it New Orleans Mulawes tho kind that Coiitiact Co. W,i irWt P' everybody" lll.es. Get a siallon today. Uils offlru TueMlaj lone Ksq. Cliambeilain pnd family frv u HAIITKOHD OUOCKUV CO. ' this county, hut wteh Uipm Miss Ilobhle mnard. P(f MAdAwfv" w cess In tlielr new lionne. ju,,t McMIIUwi.' of Inland. IC.. Mr. H. Wp will arrhe Monday , Xr)r a iin.,rp.i ..tw. Ul Mr: Ashfoid Mills of route 3 brpught JlIMU.M v.tAnlnvi lonkinir of the MIns IlUey. If your present Glasses fail for a huahifT8'liue, find iwoul.1 to Uils office tills ,wcek an Initutttstlig ner locaVpn Mm. IJcn U. JUnfio ltuitieil to liudnosi ww tlnvo relle Xii ithe. to give you ease and comof a $T3 Iwmovat Owensboio Satuid.v aHff fort, there's something by Cio Cp.i- iMte, which .was Issued , visit here .with fthnJ wrong. Is it your Glasses MtUtg tu uaks? i 1i ffcrttfS Htoitffl of Amifjlca. T!ip note tMPMTltlng was snt to Mr. Mills to kfep for the Tjclwits from Cc I up, ' Oah Cojpon fJ)oH Jfcana anJ flf or your Eyes? on Uie ' TalMti Machine ni. ghould fM or wrlto Jll8. a. Karl .Vn- - levtal post of the Urand Awny of tlw Klven IQjf Adv dcri0J) Hartford, for tenia pnd ln- - 1lepu,bllc. These no,tes canw 4iUo tho Ohfc County Drug Co. cn formation. Afi. nnupMlon of the Union Army about tho " " You Mx. CIreTw"wiWi. ' puya, close of .the Civil War. und we.ro turn H.'B. Cawon lefit Mr sick of typlpJd Xewr for tvespl Either is bad enough and ' to, Qouln, Ky., lwvlntf been called hore ed over by tlie War Department to the "la In a fwrjous tmdltlpn. should bring you to us at Trcn.iu.ry of the Vnltd States In tho "' '"" wnaai dri'4 call on w.punt, of tlw If you " once. year 157. Tlie notes will be liekl fir hU .broier. Dr. KUU Cuxvpn' mo about th. kind I ' .nd severe paraltle atipkc Kife Wiping io as to rondyr thew ff We like to discover unususuffering froma Ky I- - K.1NO, aiarrjfontf. m Adr 8 Qrand tAmy a cur Jflud of sir. perevuient .value to the al Eye defects,' the kind Have jui received on t&'ftm e Iflyou wanT-oThanust as a lUsloilcul lellc. that puzzle the AVERAGE jnah Drain TJHW.I ELI WESLEYJ ,i im , W. fi. W.M8, could bo no. better nwdJcJno Optician. "Tluii-. . K. V. No. 3 julruord. Ky. I thpn CCiamberla In's Cough Hwdy. My ,..m who ' Mr. WaIIikm noioj. llartford, Ky. cvlilltivn were all lck iwlth .w:popI'ifr Adv famuy o. j. t.. U' Wk after ulug,!!. One of JliAhl (wof In toad, hail Good SLr.SMANWANTKU.-..7 town. 'puii'ilrr; i"P finoi " ' a hjh fe.ver and wai "' "' ".: " "" "r Monday. aur aooTor ga.e Ifen. Cl,WbWnM iWnl-lap- Hosiery M OHIO COUNTY .MUTUAL I TCMiPllONi: Adv. Hartford, Ky. JpjgS 11 & !o mv-cx- al fxc. Har 1iit, llon;lt. have always m- made a special effort ; to show an extra strong line of Ladies' m Misses' and Children's ; Cloaks and from the S growth of our business in this department the ladies know this to he 'M wio'; KVk1 ic a true. This season we nuiiH H'Srr'" tmUTf 4 - t J We want to call your attention to We carry We are lat our varied Hosiery stock. nothing but representative that you can depend on. da', ! place at the top of this list our Hose, six pairs guaranteed to wear you six months or new ones in stronger than ever tA 4fia saw t auu me ucn tauiivd' ;as well as tne new I styles makes our show- ' ings all the more at- - (riic Utiu Trl. tractive. M-V- I ' n'tr W'" mv-:'.'- . l&M show practically all the new fabrics: Chinchilla, We As-trico- ns, their places. So don't "mend the end, but end the mend." This you aftc-nflp- .n Plusheserges J will do it you wear our famous Hosiery. We have also the celebrated Black Gat stockings for children at 15c and 25c per pair. Buy your hose from us, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SATES YOU MONEY. er n. and a great line of fancy rough Cheviots at a wide range of prices. ' The children's line is larger and more varied than you have ever seen before. We ask your kind consideration of these garments sufficient to bring you in to lookthem , over. We will let the cloaks do the talking. Ladies' Cloaks $3, $5, $7.50, $8.50, $10r $12.50, $15, $17.50, $20, $22.50, $25, $27.50. Children's Cloaks $1.50 up to $10. I foTd Afc aWs E. P. Barnes & Bro. 0 BEAVER DAM, KY. r hr ng Hartford Republican. i 2 S S ( English Models in Men's M 4 AIPOTMII1 E " K' i v g - i 'ii 'i N. 5r,w,nffi r 8v- - I V Fancy Weaves and Plain Worsted ct $10, $12.50, $15. $18 and $21. S We Also Have wnat J . t b.'. 5 ft - ' . . mr iou warn m T nv y NOR.FOLKS ' In Browns. Greys and Blues S 'fy " wJi Tie Wrong Glass I I5 and 20. ' - e ay Every garment in our store is 1 new and right up to the minute Z & in style. THANKSGIVING CLOTHES TINE That's a Vital QuestitB With t g I I m. t" ...-- TTZ 423 . ju.. rroua il .!, ' WheiwwTy5r".iw" at you free, uunM' tl.v Ohio a Haimony fralkbw Xnx to W10 ' tle- - """ CU'ary "Glasses Right, Sight." ! 1 Rosenblatt's 1 (In Connection With S. Rosenblatt, Hawcsville.) ' ' ,":.,; , J .Ql Mdne mia Adv. m.i. n Jiunwiu vii.. .- ..... - tl.t -" , -'- .- - JZliJrZZraZ:-:- --, ilS t .vt .!.. tfaei 'ouivd ..ic,n, and thrco u A DonilUpn. of U'xlnrf- ror bUp ,y all uviieil. . toll( J1U8( aiu 4lwdy and t tttl J. B. TAPPAN The Reliable Jeweler ..:, Children Ory and Opticiua. HARTFORD, - KY. "' .4 ' CASTORIA Hartford, - Hy. .iJt"!iti 'iij t. 1 j-- i f. r . aer- - IES AMP (VETERAN MAKES HAVING BAD LUCK WITH THE GARDEN stuff out "What's that In your back yard?" asked tho caller, curiously. Her hostess glnnccd from the ligarbrary window into a den and frowned. "Those," she informed her guest tartly, "are per-- , rnnlal sweet pinks." "Pinks?" echoed tho visitor, who lived in a suburb. "As I said, they arc pinks," repeat-e- d tho hostess in a gloomy voice. "If you don't believe mo you can look on the envelope the seeds came in. They came two years ago, but I have preserved the envelopo In the drawer of the kitchen table for the specific purpose of convincing scoffers like ou." The caller laughed. "Were they ever pink?" she inquired. "They were not." said the other, passing a plate of sponge cake. "Out, for the matter of that, my sweet was not sweet and my forget-me-not- s forgot to bloom and my climbing verbena grew Into a bush." "What a pity!" said the caller sym"You must have had pathetically. uncommonly bad luck with your garden. We raised all the vegetables we could eat "this year." "Oh, we raised vegetables, too, but we couldn't eat them," Bald the hostess. "You see, a vegetable garden is one of the Joys we promised ourselves when we decided to stay In town this summer and save money. T got out the old grocery checks for last March and April and figured them over and found that what we paid for vegetables for those two months was 12 per cent, of our entire table expenses. So. of course, Edward and j I estimated that by saving that 12 per cent, all during tne summer we should have a lot of money to use In some other way." "But," objected the visitor, "does that follow exactly? You know, vegetables are terribly high in March and April, because so many ot them are hothouse grown." "Oh, dear, yes," conceded the city housekeeper, "but I couldn't find the grocery bills so far back as summer of last year and, anyway, there was no harm done, because the more you think you're saving the happier you feel about it." vegetables?" "So you planted prompted the caller. "We did," answered her hostess. "We hired a gardener at $2 a day to put In the seeds because we thought It would pay to have it done scientifically. I found out afterward that tht gardener was a tinsmith out of a job. The tinsmiths were having a strike, or something, and he was a union man, so, not being able to tin, he took to gardening to kill time. Possibly he wanted to get near to nature. But I think he must have had an unsympathetic disposition and then well, probably they were nonunion seeds, because they came up a month later, looking as If they begrudged the effort." The visitor appeared scandalized at the other's Ignorance. "Of course, dear," she said, suavely, "you must have realized that it was due to the cold weather that your seeds didn't come up. You shouldn't have put them In until later." ' "We put our potatoes In later," said the hostess, "and they grew so that Edward and I felt sure they, at) least, would repay us for our trouble. 1 watered them twice a day and they grew four feel high." She sighed. "Did they decay in the ground?" inquired the suburbanite. "No, indeed," said her hostess. "There was nothing to decay. We had company to luncheon one day and I went out to our own potato patch to get some potatoes to bake. I was sure they must be ripe and had planned a special treat. I pulled up the stalkB and dug a foot deep and sifted the ground and I got five potatoes the size of French peas." She smiled ruefully. "And the cats ate our parsley," she added. "I'm so sorry!" murmured her friend, with a superior smile, "but, after all, I suppose one can't expect much from a city garden. YouTI have to come out to our little village to live and then you can enjoy your own garden stuff." "I'm sure we should," assented the city dweller, politely, "but, you Bee, I've already resigned myself to buying our vegetables. They seem so cheap, now that I've tried raising things myself." fuzzy-lookinmtt-11a- HAVE YOUll SUITS Directory Ohio Covxaty Circuit P. Dlrkhead, Ben V. ltlngo, Attorney; W. I. Mlilklff, Jailer; K. a. Itarnnut, Clerk; K. L. Felix, Mantcr CommlMoncr; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury I'timl: T. II. Ulack, Sheriff, Jljirtfonl. Ltrinitliw p. O. Kwwii, Uuavor Main; (J. 1". Jomv, llouto t Hurt fonl, W. 1'. liirp, I twine. Court om. venos first Monday Ju iunl ivou tlnuos tlirio wivkn; Uilitl Monday iii .Aiirll, two wiJui; third iM.oud.iy In Octolicr two wwks. Comity Court. It. It. Wedding, Judge; W. S. Tinsloy, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes fliat Monday in each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court-Ues- lns on the fourth Monday In February, JkLy, August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday in January and flist Tuctiday in October. Other County Offlcura-- C. 8. Mojfley, Surveyor, Ky., IS. K. V. No. 2; Ilcrnard 'cHx .Assessor, Hartford. Ky., H. F. C. No. 2; Henry Leach. SiUJcrliitindent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. lUley, Coroner, Uaitfori. JUSTICES' COUItTS. B. 8. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday alter ard Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Mouday In June, Tuesdyi- InJ VonUay In September, Tuesday after aftr 3rd Monday In December. wiHi nciay utter "'.mi, 3rd Monday In .Vlaicli, Wediiusduy after ... ..... . JM Alt.Miln. I.. VM!U?f ,n September, Wednesday after Monday In December. 7i0,I2r JJ5i WIK"' Filday after Court-- T. 1'Ylu-tiur- Jm!; 'WM A and PcfflylvJ AR KNIy1 Cleaned Pressed Otto C. Martin' Attorney at Law a Specialty. . , PROTEST DEPICTS WOMAN AS HEROINE Newspaper of 1655 Gives Story of Mrs. Martin, Who Was on Saratoga Battlefield. In view of tho fact that some recent research that has been given magazine and nowspaper publicity has tended to show that all tho fighters of the American revolutionary war were not as patriotic or as brave as history has set them down, a clipping in tho possession of C. L. Miller, a Princeton citizen, is of Interest Just now in that It not only shows conclusively that there were "some" brave and intrepid men in the American ranks, but it brings out what Is rare In history, the recital of woman's valor on the Held of battle in that momentous period. It also deals MaJ. Gen. Horatio Gates. American officer, a hot 6hot on the "bravery" displayed by him at the battle of Saratoga. The clipping is from an original copy of the Troy (N. Y.) Whig of November, 1855, and is since its words come from the lips of one who saw and participated In the noted conflict at Saratoga. He says: "Mrs. Margaret Martin, who is stopping at the residence of her grandson in this city, Is 98 years of age. She Is one of the few ramarkable women of the revolution who took part in the memorable occurrences of the struggle for American Independence. Her husband, Gilbert Martin, was a furgcon in the army of the American general. Gates, and was engaged In 'he battle at Saratoga. "Mrs. Martin, then a very young woman, was on the field during both Uruggles constituting this battle, and terminating the defeat of the splen-li- d army which Burgoyne had trans ported with such Immense labor and expense from Canada, confidently anticipating that he would be able with It to divide the army of the patriots and secure Sir Henry Clinton In his oossession of the southern line of defenses. "Mrs. Martin represents the struggle as most terrific. She says that toward evening, when Burgoyne, maddened by the consciousness that all his splendid schemes were about to be defeated, directed his whole reserve and cavalry force upon the feeble army of the patriots, the contestants stood within half musket range of each other and poured In their deadly volleys, while whole files on either side fell in their tracks, and still neither J gave one inch. 5 "Toward evening Dr. Martin was wounded in the shoulder, and while his wife was in the act of affixing a bandage she herself was wounded la the hand. Says she: 'Gilbert sprang up like a chaffed Hon. "Peggy," said, he, "I'll go and teach those cowardly fellows better manners than to shoot a woman." And I saw him no more till the fight was over.' "Of such material were the men and women of the revolution. We can readily imagine that the field of Saratoga was a strange place for those ot the 'softer sex.' Mrs. Martin, however, has evidently been a woman of uncommon energy of character. Her frame still exhibits evidences ot strength, and her eyes sparkle as she recounts the deeds of that glorious day or speaks ot that cowardly Gates, who stayed safe and sound all day In his tent, and cared not for the men who were falling like sheaves In the harvest." Jefferson Davit Sliver Service Reminds Him of Eloquent Silence of Civil War Events. The New York Sun publishes the (following communication from Theo-Jdor- e Iletlaw of Brooklyn, N. T whlct in My attention has Just been called by Congressional medal of honor man to a letter In Tho Sun of May 15. silgoed "R. E. K.." about tho "Mississippi's Silver." In ray opinion Justice should be done to the loyal man before honor Is done to the disloyal. Inside the magnificent dome of the Capitol at Washington there have been painted by famous artists from time to time allegorical pictures Illustrating the history of the country for Instance. "The landing of Columbus." De Soto Discovering the Mississippi River," "William Penn's Treaty With the Indians." "The Surrender of "The War With Mexico," "The War of 1812," and so on. depicting the country's history up to the time of the War of the Rebellion, and then there is a space which is blank. It has been blank for forty years at least, and there is no prospect that it will ever be filled In as it should be. I see by a recently published statement that It Is the Intention of the Government officials to Ignore everything that has happened in the interval and resume late by illustrating Incidents of the war with Spain. In the chapel at West Point belongMilitary ing to the United States Academy and attended by cadets from all parts of the United States there are tablets of polished metal and stone set in the walls inscribed: "To the memory of the soldiers and sailors who fell in the war for independence." "To the soldiers and sailors who fell "To the in the war with Mexico," memory of the soldiers and sailors who fell in the war with Spain," etc.. but to the memory of those who fell in the war for the preservation of the nation's life there Is not a word recorded. V!rginla( proposes putting a statue of Lee ln'onr statuary hall in the nation's Capitol. The Southerners raise monuments to the memory of the Confederate dead, including that to Captain Win at Andersonville lately; flaunt their flags In the faces of loyal men all through the South, and la every possible way glory in treason, while we stand mute and our apathy and generosity is construed as cowardice. .Small wonder that an old Union soldier says: "Comrades, I'm getting old and ttlaga seem mixed; tell me, was I. war you, on the right side from 1861 to 1885? Is there no difference between the Union and secession, between loyalty and treason? Are late jybels more deserving of honors and AMDolflments than men who counted not their livai deftf.Jf they could save the land they loved t soldiers of the- North have no '.5-' of desire to revive the animosities the war, but by these acts we are fore-yd- J & .protest or always be on the defensive. "We were eternally right or eternally wrong there Is no middle ground If we were right we ought to champion our cause vigorously, no matter when or by whom assailed, to the end that those who stood by the old flag may not have died in vain." Corn-wallls- Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. HAUTFOHD, KY. Will pr.iot.lce his profession !n tills and Adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practico Barnes & Attorneys at Law Smith ce rV u HARTFORD, KY. MtsTCk W. II. llarms titul 0. E. Smith announce Uurt they linvo .forui-- a iKirUnrsJiiIj) ftr tho eotiernl imvc-tdof law, exewt criminal and rilvur casou, Mr. timiih lmljig Coiiitty Attor-ivj- y Is fipdvuntcd from practilcLivs micli ocasus. Mr. lkiriKS Willi individually GlUi), C A. liLDG., HARTFORD, KY. acceut llnrtford K proctloa KcpuMJaux Oflloe building, In liirt-ford, GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. &. - Attorney YANCYL.MOSLEY, HARTFORD, HIKrt, J1-- , at Law KT. J. F. GILLESPIE .. Proprietors fi Za ? .. .llinbunti i L iM ,l?,ay.'"ln,41a-'-b,uue xVL1.,m,d."y . B LACHSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK SSfcSSksftfc-- S Monuay In November. 1 llhtll'ie fJt. x.l XUr " Saturday Hniay ,,n SeWeniber. Saturday if-i- f nday In December. r Wrn, Jlt'IlirOlSf rilaa.lntr afU . Will practice his profeMlon In all thm Court of Ohio and adjoining couttle, and In the Court of Appeals. Also NoSaturday tary Public. Office over First Nation) Saturday f Bank. J- t I NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART Wednesday after 2nd Monday Ohio County Wednesday after 3rd Monday In AuiuJt' Wednesday after 2nd Monday Y. OR Noten ... Gran IViil'..i r All Matters Given Prompt Atten2nd Alondav T : r:"-"- . . muraiim- urter 2nrt n...... tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS the ,"". "?". . WUnclay D, 5rd tad Monday iA Horseshoeing a Specialty. V,'?',"' SX! i. v"."'lS; "."'' ar,er Thursday after " SPECIALTY. UylnNoviXn"' ndft."" -- lW' Fr.-- POLICE COUIIT. Wltaon. -- fa'Monnd8ayS!l!rSr,; Mt CURE KILtTHc COUGH the LUNGS Hartford, - Ky. 1. jj, j. n iv.u..r r. " r'T?l.'U,e,rChalr. Moore. - Dr. King's New Discovery w,th WW , TiV if U..,.- -' 7. V. &.I?H-Dr-aKj,'TInu- -- vjiuua oJsitVICSS. ouchF JSfm '""Mi. TWmTAWOHllWMtJIeWerrN WOLDS Fnn TIWOTICT. SEEDS' rXUBraMMSUCOMI mtU Tinr and wuteTwery fiZtSa - '.i.W ST- aTMLKAKTBJP OS MONST xxwumxD. ITMFAlOtOK mttin !TwMMii-Hit CallcctlM u,uimiiin- ' kh. tnrftviitii'V.r'r Atrial wIDl Hw.lMlMMk . 'tslSajiKr-raW- S f l .u,K..!?l.'s...1Jiv. Christian PhuMh y. jon; irtrrrf nt r rmTitir it ? --- I wsAMunkt Writ t4ay; Menttoa to mw I waA f ruiu. IMS, MMVV -- - stvanttlnuiau. . uaitor Sunday tlaer Scool9kU " w- - u- - Wright Ppptr. U jf i ..i.P!,.V.rcr?rv'ce Hartford "rst Sunday In nd 7 " lO SENDyacfclit CENTSnJw rniN tfcto wN v4 MM ! JfWfWTWW i iMtracuT BNMUW bm . MtU tU MOW W JMH WWW K rim OIMCTWS OT BPW Tii !?w meets llin SECKBT SOCIETIES. v., nr. Lorfv ..- ,. n,i,.i ,'?..'. ..? 118. . . .. . Electric ii ijiixorsi ssssK's-'sta' p v' - c cverv c"u"er tiiir.i Ho. ........ n. ,;r A. U. Sacceed wben tverythlnf else fark. In nervous protuatioo and femsls weaknesses they are the supreras remedy, as thousands have testlfieeV -- ca xiaitfuril ChantAf m iHrUMC051 na.fo.unil "ondiy even" " Tinr: 3r."."u"" cvivisry, FOR KIDNEY.UVCRAND STOMACH TROUBLE tt is the best medicine ever MM over a druggist's counter. ui. t THE SEWING W. 1L ijP.lr!;i ' of R. & S. .Pn',,t. mniS ,lSlZi2L ?V.Z??".l oV.V . ' -' liartfoid Vie.r.K,r,t, t " .' "." Very Serious i NLW NOT SOLD -- J QUALITY. MACHINE W CF . I E!!?.tv Tent No. 19. K. O. T. M.. M" tl"r'1 Thursday Conimnndcr; L. V. Ittcord Kceoor. , i,. o. T. M . uuimiiuio jiivo no. The American Soldier. was excellent advice that Oen. J. Franklin Bell gave to the American troops prior to their setting out from the Philippines to do police duty In China, says the Detroit Journal. It was in effect: De polite to all; gentle and courteous to those weaker than you; respectful to those of higher rank, no matter what their nationality may be: adopt a friendly attitude toward foreigners, and keep yourselves neat and clean. The advice might be summed up In a couple of wordb be Kentlemcu. If It be followed it will give the world a higher opinion of the American soldier and, consequently, of the American nation. It will let the unfortunate Chinese soe that we are interfering as their friends, nut to bully and rob, outrage and murder, Pitch Springs In Greece. but to maintain peace In the secOn the island ot Zante, Greece, there country we occupy and protion of the to bo found are ject foreign property from destruc- are pitch springs.whatThey locally called are at the tion. f.outhern end of the island In a broad swampy basin, shut in on three sides No Place to Be Thinking. by mountains and open on the fourth Rome of the Massachusetts short-ter- side to really the sea. They regi&x-nwere hardly more springs ot crude petroleumare which acthey were plunged cording than enlisted when to analysis is of a very high Into the Wilderness fight. One of degree of purity. these boys was asked what bis Tho petroleum Issues from the earth thoughts were at his first battle. "Thoughts?" he said, scornfully in water basins, oozing up through drop's which break and "Wld me legs to run with what would the mud in spread upon the surface of the water. I be thin kin' for?" The flow is very slow in the several springs, not amounting to more than In Front of Them, The springs On the day of President Lincoln's a few gallons a day. were mentioned by a Greek historian weather-leatrfuneral a bronzed and oldler, anxious to obtain a better view some four centuries before Christ. of the proreshlun, happened to step In They seem to have been considered merely as a curiosity until about fifty front of a party of One of them nudged him and years ago. nald: Lenltlmate. "Bxctifo me, sir; you are riitht In front of us" "It is a 6hamo to bo selling those flowing handfomely In return, the pretty girls gold bricks tho way that poldler replied: beauty doctor is doing." "That is nothing very roinnrltnble. "He'a Justified in doing It." r'r: I have been in front ot you for "How do you make that out?" four yecra," "Why. Isn't ho manly crafting pcacbos?" It n well-dresse- d I I A 8ong Book Saved His Life. UNDER At the battle of Peach Orchard, ANY McClellan was making his when OTHER change ot base, a Michigan infantryNAME. man fell to the ground as If shot dead, and was left lying in a heap as WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. the regiment changed position. The If you purchase the N'KW JIOMK you will bullet that had hit him first struck a life the barrel ot his gun, then glanced lutvohuvounasset lit tlio prlco you pay, and will cudlcxs chain of repairs. and struck off a button of his coat, not watch out ot his vest pocket tore the Quality and struck the man Just over the heart, where It was stopped by a song Considered book in his shirt pocket. He was unit is the s of an conscious for hour, and It was a full month before Cheapest the black and blue spot disappeared. in the end At Pittsburg Landing a member of the Twelfth Michigan Infantry stopped to buy. to give a wounded man a drink from his canteen. While in this act a bulIf you want a Bcwlnifuuichlne, write for let aimed at his breast struck the Our latest catalogue before you purchase. canteen and burled itself in the leg of Tbe New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass. a horse. The canteen was split open and dropped to the ground in halves. Harper's Weekly. 950.00 TO 9100.00 A MONTH A. & 111 For your spare time Experience not needed. Want an actrte man In this locality. The Rabbit Wouldn't Know. National Officers: pay us to your friends. Mike picked up his guu and started To Introduce benefits when sick, We Presldent-- M. 1'. Sharp. Narrsws, Ky. Injured, lursrst rash Vice Presldent-- J. 11. Woods. after a rabbit that, was chased up In and at death, for smallest cost. Secretary-Tressurtr-U. Kump, camp. and Caffh.llonus offer to flrnt np Ind. r'tate Officers: "Yer gun ain't loaded, Molke," pllcsnt from this place. Write quick for particulars. II. M. Fronion, Carroll county. Pres. called bis bunkle. T. T. 835. Covington, Ky. President.Barrett, Henderson county vice "Ocb, hould yer whist uow; shure THE S. IS. Uoberteon, UcLean county. s. the rabbit won't know." 0. P. Itoeratr, Warren county, State Organizer. Brought the Cows Heme. C. C. Allen, Iltnry county, and It-tl.- i Charles Gates, a minor eon of a Qraes, Alien county, Assistant state Pennsylvania farmer, wished to enlist, orKanigerx. I AM PREPARED Uoard of Directors. Hen Watson, Warbut bis aged parents objected to It. ren county; C. M. Harnett, Ohio counOne morning be was sent to drive the ty; A. II. Uioolcn, IliucKen toiinly; It. IC 1. Itay, Hulillii county, und J. !'. Uoih, To do uny kind of Veterinapasture, and told to bring cows to Muhlenberg county, them home at night, but that ulght be ry work. Horses, mules and Ohio County Of l leers: K. U Stnvcns, Tics., Reaver Dam.Ky. did not coniu back, lie hud run away cows need not die for want of Henry I'lrtle, llaitfonl. Ky. and enlibted. He remained iiwiiy for t). Fold, Tiena,, liartfoid, Ky. Calls answered attention. eurs without n furlough, mid thren COUNTY IlOAItD OF KUUCATION. ilnv or niirht. returned with tho regiment unharmed Leach. Chulrnmn. llartford.Ky. by rebel bullets. He urrlvcil nt the S Henry li. 'i'lchvitnr, liartfuid, It. F. D. 1. 1.. old pasture ouo night Just nt "to'v No. 5. Veterinary Surgeon I time" and leisurely drove up tho tumc i. K. C. Hitrtfuid, lleynoldH, Ky. 'J. M. H. l'uttuipon. Olaton. Ky. - Ky. old cows. - numt three-quarter- UIEP ior one medicine and have the Cotnmn --V.".. ..r"..V,.,",n"!-J- way smw. Itecof, IKwpen wrong one given you. For this ... Acme L.atliru Nn vm t r r reason we urge you in buying to isecoi.d and fourth Friday night each, month. W . t;. Wulluo. N..1...I rnfi be careful to get tbe genuine l.llcy secrctaiy. Ohio Tribe No. laa. Imp. Order Ited ' n?V?" ,,econ,,1 un fourth Wednee-uu- y BLAck-dDraugHeach month. i:ihh T A- - K- V::.:'c,"-'Chief of Cam'- - . W. O. W. No. ,!,,!rtf"ri1 Liver Medicine . ., rt.. rll"" "" louitn Saturday h t,llt.r!n uuh '"onlli. Cotmul CullllIMII- The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, in1 reston Moiton Post No. 4, a. A. n.. digestion and liver trouble, Is firm,re.B1VliBr n?i turday befori ,'"e'",K ly established. It does not imitate t. i"iHi."?."l"!f in each month. other medicines. It is better than Commander; J. It. Uogora, others, or it Svould not be the faGoldvn ltiile Grove, Woodmen of tho vorite liver powder, with a larger ),.iVr.i! 'W,K,v- ,lvor' !4,'0,1 " sale than all others combined. ttftornoon In csu-m11',,1",1.; "u:' month SOLD IN TOWN Fa ll. t'viidlfton, Cleik. Sunslihio Jllvo No. 42, I, O. T. SI.. m":e evory flrat and tlitnd J'lrjilay nUli In ituh month. lra. At(te Griffin, l.aiy Conunanttcr; Sits. 11. E. SllliKo, Kly lUxvmd KeiiHir. Ladies' aTe Mosey tad Keep in1 Hiuj;l Jtlvor J.iie No. 110, Kntehta Style by Reaaisg McC.U's of J'ythlas, tnt-- ts uvery Tmndny n&ht. Magaziae and Uskg McCall Patteras H. I.. Tay.w, C. C, J. Noy IVtoti--r K. McCd'sMtsstiisnlll I of H. A It is a very serious matter to .. asK . ii - 'It. !.. JO-- M Ash-AdJ- MSCAILS MAGAZINE liclp you Ur Sec-Trea- cxiienso hjr koeplnic you t) on od u:i llirw latest fashions In (Inllicn pud hali. do hrvi Kaslilon DijIiiii In each Hsue. Alw. a'uall li.fonnnllon on all liomu and kt- toiiul multrrx. tmlf UV a year. InehuHn? ft free inllerii. mlj. mtiIio liMliy ur tonii m asm s M mm a nsv fur fteo tmu ileioir. McCsIl Ptlttru ill eimblo yon In innko In your own timna. wlliy.u'nn.ii liuuil ilotliiuulur yuutsulf ami i IiIMmmi nlilih will lu peiu'it lu kljloaml 111. I'rlco jmo lilrhcr tlitfa 16 tents Fend for riun rsff.ni Uulnlofiio. Ws Will Cut Ya fiu Prtwsti fur fctllli;' at s iiiulciuio ftivt-lih- lr I ! i ' rrcmlii.ii ( uul.jfun uml TEE cUU COMfAf.V, I'uMi l'ruu li'ler. 239 It 219 Wul 37Ji St. MW VOUC IVnilforlreu BualneM.Phonogranliy BOOKKEEPING W. H. RILEY Hertford, 4. 6. G. II. 1.. Alfunl, White IMn. Ky. ' Mellaril Plmner, Tayloj .MInes,Ky. TELEGRAPHY wlTSn?noMmi UllSinroo pnnrer TT"" " r,"."'H0 UULIUE , Mi''n,.ha1 "? rrlncYn m.rcaii'llt. I- TYPEWIUTINGand -j J. h. Urtwu, Uuctport. Ky. t ItomWMZUvVrKiSimZZ'l i PURGATORY "FIRES" MISS Will MAUDE L DANCE. Children Cry for Fletcher's flLTBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJBBBBBBBBBBBjsBBBBE! NOT YET, RUT SOON. Word Purgatory Hot In Bible. But Teaching Is There, Conduct Conference at Sunday School Convention. Miss Maude f,. Dance of Louisville, Ky., natniit elementary superintend ent of the Kentucky Suml ly School As. Boclntloii, uho will he one of the speak f SJjRJBsVaw , 9asjBBMCjKT ilA ..? ,. .... ... 5Sa,Sm Sj ssC """S"'"!,!,!, . jv...n, linn . c ., nil.-m- - Mnauiro ot uccn jiuuio uiuler Ills per- - , imiiiio i no Has Lccn infants tins.. . J.xperlincnls tliiit trlflu with and omlanfrer tho lienllh ot and ClilUlrcu-lix.i.erie- iico ""wiiu a .... All r'ulltlforfnltw. Iiutf oSI...... .....I At t uMiccoivoyomn "... """ harmless snlmtlttilo fop Castor Oil, Pnro-jjorl- c, Drops nml Sootlilnjr Sjrtiiw. It Is pleasant. Ift contains neither Opium, Mnrphluo nor otlier Marcotio Nitli.sUinco. Its hjto Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms nml allays lcvcrlsliiiess. Tor inoro than thirty years It lias been In constant mho for tho relief of Constipation., Flatulency, lntl Colle, all Teething l)larrhn;a. It regulates tho Htomaeh Troubles and nml BoweLs, nsslmilatcK tho FwimI, chin healthy nml natural slccn. Tho Chlldrcu's Punaccu Tho Mother's Friend Cnsforin, Is What is CASTORIA a aalust Exncriucnt. GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signatui ALWAYS (2L&$fffl&fa. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over TMC the siiipo.ed foundntlnu. The present trend Is toward Higher 11 Is Criticism. IIwilutliHi. In per cent of the pen cliilinod, ninety-sipie h:ie lint nil f.iith In relltrjmi: In fSernuiuy. ninety per cent, flow lui porlunt that the people slintild lenru POSITIONS GUARANTEED that fSoil hits made seiierous provision for nil thmtieh Christ, nnd that lie will GUARANTEE you a poMtlon If you will brine nil to kuotvled'e of us real soon. We need many mora nt oncu to supply tho onorinoua demand Christ: that every wilful sin must for our Rraduntes. As soon as we Ret tbo required bear Its Just penalty. number of Btudonts this oMur will bo withdrawn, so The subject of future punishment N write ut onco for particulars. y most Important. The people should r j know respect Inc the word Hell in the original Scriptures Hint Sheol of the Old Testament represents the P.ible tenchltiR of hell fur the llrst fourtbon BUSINESS COLLVEOR sand years, nnd that Hades In the New lifiouroBiTcn OEt. W. HCIIWAHT7, Testnmeiit means the same: thut these r.OirrsVIZ,I.TC. ICY. rMRLir.u rHTAiitimirn inns words do not stand for torture, but for tho state of ilrnth. , Humanity arc re deemed from tho crave by the death of Christ, nnd Sheol. nudes, the Brave, shall be destroyed dtirlns- Messiah's OVER 65 YEARS' iel",n. flosert xlll, 14; Isaiah xxv. S; I eXPCRIENCE tluckbre's Pull ol Life" Kotthrlli Crow. Corinlhlnns xv. 54. r5. P tligireil cetls have reputation ul 3S years of Gehennnr lire TiionHstBe fenrbnjre-fiir-mic. itmIu! seed crowins behind Uicm. It pais tt p int the valley outside Jerusalem; It Is :ca naijie specialties symbolical of the destruction of the DBAN8 . Earliest Red Valentine . fj 50 Bushel liunlly Impenitent. . . Jj.jj hushel KcfuKfe fistra Katly New Mrlnclrss Green Pol .' jj 70 lliuliet Purgatorial Fires of the Bible. Trade Marks Watlwcll's Wax ti so Hushel DcaiaNS These are symbolical. The church Is Ihv Is New White Wax . . fc.TJ Hushel COPYMQHTS AC. CuTtic's Rust I'root Wax . H jo Bushel now on trial for everlasting life or Annni ncndlntf a aketrh and dfacrlotlnn miiT opinion frea PBAS. , $3 50 Bushel nulcklr ascertain our pitentabla. whcllier an. death. The world's purca- Kitra Early Alaska . Cnniniiinlcn.' hifeullnn la probably tlotiamricllyronildentlal. HANDBOOK oirYateiita New I jily Crxilus JsjoKushcl torlul period will be under the superfiMit freii. ol1et agency for eurlnff patentH. Hushel Maiket Garden . liorslortl's I'ntenta taken tliromb llunti A Co. retelre vision or the Church. I Cor. vl. 2. Buckbce's Lightning Kspress js 00 Hushel HtM nntict, without cbaraa. la the St. Peter tells of purgatorial Ores Lettuce. Radish. Tomato and a full line . ol J. I'lants and Bulbs at lowest growing ScieHfific which now are purifying the saiuts: vna lor complete catalogue or suumit a ii at our renultementi and will quote prices. A haniliomelj llluttrated weekly. Larsest "Think It not strange concerning the of any arlentina journal. Ternn. 3 a Puy direct Irotn the rrower Sae Money. fiery trial which sbnll try you. ns year, xonr nioniua. vi. chnuutbii newueiuiri Write today. Mention this paper. though some strange thing happened Co MiBro...,. npw Ynrk H. uuto you." Jesus referred to these lOmce. OS FBLWaihlnmuo. U.U. I ib'rWkbtcSt.. lockfard Stt4 Umu KtKkford.K experiences; read I John HI. 1.1: John xv. IS; Mntthew xvl, 24. St. Paul says that Christ "learned obedience by the things which He suf 1 m lo fered." nnd that "If we suffer with Ulin we shall also reign with Him." The Scribes nnd Pharisees persecuted and TRAOE'MARKS promptly cbtalrud in a obuln MTENTa all couuirif., or no lc. Jesus; no forewarned His followers THAT PA'S, advertise Uwmtluiroinliiy, at our that "a man's foes shall be they of his aiteuso, aiullelp you to success. Send uvJ.1, phutoor sketch for PR EC report own household." on to years' practice. SUR. tniabllltr. St. Paul points out that In the end PASSING RXFEttENCES. ForfrMQuU liook on 1'rwfliable I'Mrnts wtIW to of this Ago fiery trials will come upon IOS.IOI lavanth Strestt, the Church; "Tho Are of that day J'"JaaaBabUi L PATTERNS WASHINGTON, D. O. I.HtlolM aaJ shall try every man's work of what b.akav ViaaW rltrlfl t,m nearly 40 bold in nearly "sort It Is." Faith built with the gold, ?T telUblhtjr ana town InYears, united Mites ana every cny ne silver nnd precious stones of Divine Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than any other make. Send lor lice catalogue. Truth will como forth unscorched ffcCAlX'S MAGAZINE Jesus declared to the Church. "Through More subscribers than any other fashion much tribulation shall ye enter the mtalne million a month. Invaluable. I. at. est styles, patterns, drctsinaklai;, millinery, Kingdom." Theso are purgatorial plain tewing, fancy needlework, hairdressinp, trlbulatlous for which we may give etiquette, eond stories, etc. Only W cents a year (worth double), including a hie pattern, thanks. bubtciffc today, or send for sample copy. VONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS The World's Purgatory Soon to Begin. BUCKBtE'S BULBS SUCCEED! 1 to Agents, I'ostal brings premium catalopie Tho world's purgatory will begin and new cash prise offers. Address ESPECIAL OFFER'. " with a severe ordeal upon all manRE HcCAU CO. US I MS W. M.ds fta httlld New Hutiaeea. lk St. NIW YOBK f a.i.i snnbA tnii n. mrmiuiitnt run- kind, hut will continue In Instructive irmmr. MtiifftctIon iniRXSAtMMl orroux ' mnnov rnf undtnL tribulation upon nil needing the same Sourenlr Collecyoarfi:.:.! The "fires" will be symbolical. The f. V.JL.iu LuutLItl SWUl UM IfjMltU. PMIaUT llltr New Age will be ushered In by "11 time U4 H.alSla. 111. VrtAUk IrU. HclllU. VMMvllt. bB0lrupCrMiii,CBUudoi,4aMa. VftHwdU, of trouble such as never wns since OttlU, frwck, RtMU U4 XhUWI OjMtftUtf. FtslUM Vull, there was' a nation." (Daniel sll, l.l UUAHAilla.aW V bCAre Jesus declares that unless that trouble MtBtlon 1ht Paper lVViVe tamdmy Mt-PR0CUnCOANDOEFCNDrD.1:!r""!!M were checked no Uesh could be saved; vsiiSwciaSfrSr 41elL dravlu or laiutoi lor e iun uja ana " "rjz U ?s1Ua luwMltMftiadMalC'Mf uroo rivicv, how so ooiaia paienus w- but because of the Elect, those days s ALL COUNTRIES. eoMriuhta.ito., I shall be shortened. The Messianic KingWailifylo fiushtss .. v.... " k9y9.ffiftT7.sTaWsaaiAMtlialkUf'a11atlsa dom will end the strife and unnrchy. him ins ttt: - .r 1T" "T T. , J Piteitt tail InfrincwiMt Priellet Excluitvily. Btbf IMWM U"1M isuiaww Himn iweaw St Peter used symbolisms ladescrili-IntVHtat M mmai . ttsl AtfflMH. these troubles: The "sen" repreTt Uk Itmt, suar IndM Matas fstaat OaUs. I U (W ...Lk- U" IVCOES IT. WAIIVNOTOW. B.C. sents tho, restless peoples; the solid "Innd" earth represents the social Structure, whose "mountains" nre the Kingdoms and whose "heavens" nre tho ecclesiastical powers. (II Peter III 10. 12: Psalm xlvl.) The Apostle graphically pictures the elements of Society In violent agltntlon, roeiiltliiL In a great "hent" which will consume Positions- these. lie then pictures the New Dl Wuntiful pensatlon. "The new benvens" will be tho Church lu glory. "Tho new earth' 'NUSUALL Who will bo Society reconstiucted. Chfap cannot see the capitalistic element, the labor element and the social element In great danger of the conflagration Til vlnely foretold? The Lord picture mnnklnd tiiixfnus to know and obey tin Truth. 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Wronj; views of future punishment MISS MAUDE L. UA.NCE. have diriiled Christians Into ninny sects. Our foref allium were not to era and conduct one of the conferences blame; nhlllty to rend wns not com- at the State Convention of the associamon until within n century. Furthertion to be held In Pnducah. Ky.. Oct more, for centuries the Blbhj wns out 1. This Is Miss Dance's first of the bunds of the people nnd clerlcnl year with the association, but .with her zenl tried to brine the whole world, pleasing personality add charming way throtixb fenr. Into the Church. of presenting her topics she has made Now, till tliliiklm; people repudiate friends wherever she has visited. the torment theories, nml uiuny me tiirnlnc from the creeds, nnd from the REV. T. C. GEBAUER. -M 11 Saintly of Present Time Few, Yet All Must Decome Holy Ere They Will Be Granted "the Gift of God, Eternal Life, Through Jesus Christ." fABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa Man is a millions.' o innhy times In possession ol blood cells. Woes not quite so rich, for '.cienti-.t- s Inve proven tint the normal man ho fire stuV lion llio woman only lour nnd it lull nilbon to a cuhio millimetre of blood. A decrease In number cl cd blood corpuscles nnd a person " looks pjle " )a fist, Is arucraic. lbs blood cct not ct tbo riJlit food and probably the stomach lm tli'.ordcrod. Dr. It. V. Pierce fcunJ yenra p.o Hint n glyceric extract of golden seal anJ C'erfon (Jrape roots, queen's roof crd bloodroot with black chcrryhark, would htl Iho csstmtlatioti of the food in ibo stomach, correct liver ills nnd In Nature's owns vny incrc.xo the red blood corpuscles, Thts medioine rn cnllc.-- Dr. 1'icrce's Golden Medical Discover)'. By ajsimi-l;it- ir. tho food eaten the systcr h nourished nnd the btocd takes on n lich red color. Nervousness Is only the cry of the starved nerves for food," and when the r.encs ins fed on rich red blood the person looses those irritabiu ftul-in- s, Elccps well at nlfiht nnd is refreshed in the merning. I I -n Why Women Arc Hot RICH. oer the l s. . t ,. ii before .yRssBjr JMtfMJ ' J? I vnw Btfnrlccil with n nevcro ncn-ou-s xvh'tli - as causal bf nn.l llcr." wrllca Mn. Ja3. D. LlvntY. of Warh-huIcnn., l!o'ilo 2. Hot 13. "All my fricmla thou7ht I would ,il ant ii". rai phyelmns nvo mo tip. 1 vrns calvls-to try Ur. Ilercc'f it Go'don JUctllcal Discovery, nnd derived much from samo. My . had cio liaj mn luni-- butItDr. Ncomo bo chronic Unit r.othlnit noukl elTect; n pcrn.arwntruro. Ticrco's Innllelne has dono formcorhl 1 hiirlil ifrom.n I It. I heartily wlrls-- i Its usj as a sprlru tonic, an I 'people to tsko Ur. I'lurcc's medicines U'forc tlwi further ad Ira J. D. Lively, Ksj. diasui Jiavo ru.. so Ian.i that there is no cimnco to Uj eurul. Dr. t'.'ercj's Medical AdtiVr 31 rM.-npto pay for wrappinj and mailing only. n litlv r y.r under-Rtiinillii- JAMES & CO., First Class Llveryniari Center-town- , - Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican The Republican The Rkptblican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Louisville Herald and Courier-Journal Globe-Democrat -- il $1.35 1.69 Mlble. x Sunday Schoot'e Leading Field Workers. Hev. T. C. Gebatier of Henderson. Ky., Is one of the field workers of the Kentucky Slllid.iy School who will make their minimi reports nt the State Convention to lie held nt Paducah. Ky.. 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I IftlUITJillfJaCTrSl i In The Republican .- ' Job Department. -- .& m '! 7 4 BULBS' Be Happy ! Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of tlte diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It 'has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. i s H Mi -- -- ""I i",,r"T;:T. 1 a aawaasssswa.-w.w,w-... ' ... 1 g at ft B1I0ADWAV M. E. CHUKCII. I'ADUCAII. KV. Asso1. ex- . qAP of tho ciation Large pected Keutticky Sunday School will be held Oct. numbers of delegates are from till parts of Kentucky. Cardui WomartsTonic Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. ut , 4 4 &7i:sttmMfsrrcrri9n ksw. jjjukwj "'.(V.. ""Kvamjvu" r Professor Roper, Pianist, Professor A. W. Ituper of Wlnotia Lake. Ind.. will be the pianist ut the Btuto Convention of the Kentucky Suudny School AKsoeliitlon. which will be held In Piulucah. Ky.. Oct. t. Mr. Ituper bus been the iiccouipa-nls- t at nil the gieat 'Sunday School vouveiitluns held lu America fur ttis lust three years mid during the sum uicr has beeu clvlug dally piano rcclt lis to audience of thoubaudii of people v V j y. Writ to: Ladles' Advisory Dcpt.lChtUnoojMJiclneCa,ClutUnoor.Teno. tor Seidat Instruction!, nd book, "Home Trubscnt lor Women." seat tree. J.M I . W- - T'" 1 ' V Roosevelt Delegate for Taft Win. Ilcjliiij-ti. ttcA'irvip llilxv. & Mfg. l'i'.i nml 1( Vit(fito from Oomicnlloii. yyuiJilJcmi NnMw.it Doulsxllle, Ky., October 2'. ! SoliolU Ijmilsxllle, sOVMof ...A..hir... 1.ln1 II ni-A- , .tlM,M nll VA lmo time, mid l(t jour ,pt miuaro Progressive Speaking Well tended i:. At- ifitcr , rrcfiMf.it Itoosex It the l!" Mr My i .I- . IMS. liy. i It i . K , I .' r r qiitKtion as to Mint I have ilwMi"! to tote f"'. Omuldale far .l'rcliUnt, at the Xmwndtfr fUiltoi. ay Hint t am going Xn "tu A wwiilJ for Messrs. Taft ami Sherman, ihmi r'fiard tv Ww regular nomlncs for the ' Itj'invblkvm Party. J attended tin- - Chle.lifo Coiuttv'lim as n IVioscxtlt delegate, lmt fioin my o..'er viiUin nivil cxperleiuv ,t!ieu. U wan fortunate for,, the country a. iuid for ill in? ,UpiiM!rnn tta.1 .Mr. Ihnis'velt uiik not nomlliiite 1. I bacanip lonxlnofd Unit '.Ml. lloosexelfs s the result f ipciso.nl oanftldncy ambition otid not for the iuntfioiJng iiny ,p.i,rtlteulnr ,pol'clis or 1 lolle.xe that xilth Mr. jirilTylplcs. IWewbiff Jr ar 5lr ti jour 1 1 litt xx.-l- xn-- liufP' , 7, , Hoo-exclt'- cooperation It xxas ur the. I'ioi;r,esslxu ele,ment of s wisl'.li Hit- pulillnin Paity to hixe lunii iiated llndley or Senator Cummins, to lia-miulo miy Iuiimk tn the jihi.tfmr.ii ,Viat plight li.no been d;slriuble, to have tin- - rulis so as to ellinlua'e .ruvlf-ni- l authority of Mie Natlonil Committee, vr.liav eer such authority up they had might 3o iibusod, and mure Important A'-j- s '" 3 f , I I- ' A K 5 Ikt - ? b i'van nil, to jircwve Mie Infegirlty and usefulness of Uiu ltfpiililtcnii i'jr,ly. f(iillauciy, by n.ioit Mr H(M)w.-U'oi tliclr Ki!sIorjately twiny .mst'ioiW. iijv where no principle could poHlbly wltli the .viic MOilicineiwie ' lp mltlit lie linolvid. ! 'Aiwrw prim-lplfIn tlullr ltvil Btorjf'l my Jnf!dc-ii(li2vlliii'' and booU JiulK'uiiit. I saw t Chlr.W". u J! pi'iip inpil b what f..r the laik of rthe seiiso of CM lead to yio action or the Itosvelt jsLaiM'toro hi tnulc,iitnkliiK to cstalilUU . t e ProKriKallviP Paity. At for rnjwelf, 1 eaji m it,o hope of iuunipllshlrw luoiriewKt' 'licjuurfs 'y Maie ilanvpr lf iwpiK- le fvjjis tlie Influeiue of tb JSMpulillein for Rood nhmff inay linos. '. ?vrt ". ItfpubUcan ld.itfoim ifhithp to "TvjUI" appeals' to me with ipllrli'H : wl!.vr fouf. 1 li.ive Jiad tlif advantiiKe . f Xnoulrw svjmatliiiiiK about Bw uoikltii? i.ul twUf 'JStjU of li'jrlff VOlh'J'H on )ul:io.is, nnd, wlUnmt fe'- ii bitulvuint of tin.' npbilon wf pth-men, am hiLtlsfkil tljit .Mm IiepiibUc.in of .protprlUm Is for the jfener.il intnot as vicll as pencirat piwplty. .1 b'lleixe ,tlmt If Dr. 'Wilson U eec,tod cvtll an o.- Irtsldioit. lie will of C.oiwu'ss. to levlse U13 un Xar.tf. and Ininicdlutcly business will 1'liv domiuiil for the produces . Am lV faun and fwtory mill drop off, ju.d the luvcssaiy aicomp.inhneJiL to . tii.r will be a falllns market. It th (w to nu 'Vutili w;iedls fire vlth .tir-ote- ii Aniiilcan pio.lupci tnjrJou. noinpetUion fioni nbrojil. whuit of labor Is to much loweii- than iho ?ki:, the condition of stagnation will or until tl'p poliej- - Is "in jXM'jiUiiVnt, If the c'.ianKC muUe by mi-- li dtowt. -- .fc fjvjukil tessJon ivt such as tD brki n tl'j: American consunier Into wlUi tlw forHsn jnoducr, I can see no logic In clintiuitn!? Uie 'i'ailff, lionet the piosrajn of thu Democnutle tarty Iwn'omcs a futile ion1. Jo on ,wlio l.s thoughtful can d"bt Osat If tlio Xieiiiocratlc I'aity Is el- -. e:UJ to po,wr"by i Lixge lIVlrlt, a fUhn It .will Jje, it jwlll hft a -cry fiee tiaide, or, "'ArlUf for (revenue only" Parity. Njo honeyed jireyVvtlon nhrascs of IXr. fWllson, In IMttsburR'to.pViicaU! tho .voters ia tie district, w,here ipratqutlon Is iupioid Uu ibe evtensKe, will (J.aase .tills faot. Thqe w!uo iiOtc for WilHon. should do It wttli ,tlie full . '.nowkilse of wha.t it iiiraJis, fiivd s'vuM iut pota fnr him unkiw .they h;llvo In Ue taa Iff for rexicnue only, iivniuli is the rocj meauhiK of the De.mocrutIc plat-- t Viva and ithe le-- il Intention of tM In J'a.rty, 'JMioso wilo lnelle nd expr(t l ivrotectlw .tariff policy loull W maVe their mU- etCtvUvp, opinion, May with Vie lu,publ!cin iii Hasty, v,htli,er in tl(elr oiilniuii It It m;ins.;ed In evftry dttall to mi It (thein ihd 1 leave t'.io .lorloiin rwrd of aeliloxeincnl, and fohow Mr. IHni' loll liiito a neiv third party, luly io'nie niftnbim of that p."ty Suwe For Sale. waf WJille yet oim. ilone wionjf. Oiw well drill ni.d engine for fate or tnuh'ht by my iiinnti that the llpubll-ca- n on or addre,". party wan "tlie one p'dltloal orcnnlzi' tinde. Cheap. Call W. y. UAK lit!. of the Uh1 bv the rlhl Hon tlvit Ccruho, Ky. Adv. 1512. for liberty, for Unit Mood piopK tl e maln'e'i- proiirn, that stood fir Was the Republican Choice? aine of Mie irmllt of the nnmtr bot'i j Who was tuitl'e" If itliiir! Is left any ilouM In t(ie imltid abroad. and nt home tniiK'ht that this old p.uty was bom of. a ltepubllnen xotvr n to il.o vnl diirlnK a cilse. In the nitloti dihtoiv; c.l o.'ee of his jmrtj for ,tjie IMpsldelltl il M1" flKiii'-that It spranir Into ex.',letu-- fl the nomination let J1I111 uesldeji"nl ote In the chnniplon of the Id.erty of a fhiu?k!e from the tlveni ftticlr prlmaiy itaps. The fact ,tli.it 15ooi-v- elt onl suae nue, and not jf uoiv on U10 l,in'BFe!fl'n tlekr-- t llbclt.v. but wise to them the fixin-,lil- l il irlfUx meipSly punes that Mie lyvscs t find that history as well, llo will of tl.e ,vtiM iirij(iily of and confirms all of my early lenc'.iliut. nnd that the Kript Mtt ha MnUnu...d the party. Here niv the tfiKures: lloweelt pad tlnviVKl'oitt all these ynirs ,to meet an I'lorSivssivc Mt. 'i'aft. master t'.e Kreat, difficult rrohlrms r.f STIC. 4SIJ.T1 RoVinnicnt and skilfully and nriidf,ntly California UT.tSl SaCi(i of our counlry. No Illinois mnniiKe the aft.vn-S3.1." M.Ti.' older pait can bo.ist of so .much. V Massachusetts : 31,121 2i.,fl party with a iirord like ours s'.acild Maryland I Nebraska GS.5SI l.t.fit Hie forever. but should not die, K!.r0 . l.i.T.t am nne who believe r that Its nilaslon Noiith Dakota 1S1,3T: US.? 2 for KCpd Is not spent, Is not nt nn cfiJ. Ohio r.l.X-- '. 2ii,r,t bm that It will continue In tlie tutuio. OiWi-iJS,tfr., 1!.'1 as In the pa,st, to respond to tlm iou:.-trj- 's llonnsylvmila 51,IVi .S needs. Wl.tn Colonel IVx)?clt de- South Dakota 1S!.!S2 1J.5U cided to .withdraw trom (the Uqptiblksm Wisconsin party, and foim a new nnd distinct third 75I.T 1.IIS.!.". Total party, Uu.11 like l!ocrnor llniiley and otheja of ihls orlslnal suppoitets. I li'in decided thiyt i could not follow loiiBur, but would wnnd by llu; Piirty of I.limolii, Oinnt and IcKlnky, whUMi For Infanta and Children. has besWwtid upon me ?o many honors With very kind Tfa Kind You Havi Always Bought and faxors In the Pa"t. reuuils, 1 urn, Vouis slneiiiely, Bears the r.. j HUTnnsL'M. Kepubllcan Campaign UommltUe Ohio Signature of VsWf' X County. of tjnt pait, piuty that lm I oannol mioji a now with jour Jitl,incit. Jlppubllcau Stn,to CuiMn'sn Comm'ittee. w. i). rocuu.VN, cir.nrii. AI.VIS t. IIKNNIITT, rt'c'y. I'l.lltluil .Vdertlsemnit. linn. .Mat J. Holt, nt JiulsxIllr, and ,11. lliss.itt, of I.cltc!.flvll. t'io eandldatp .for IVMicrcsslxri I'ongivss from the Kourth distil'. nddrsH'd litrgc crowd at the tourt hoifi- - i tu S.T-unl- Listen.! F 1 1 m s 1 ive"-rulc- 1 s were Doth Kcntb 11.1 Uni(t Wontxx'ir I, who In Intioiluclng M,i. Itolt it.ur n splendid cvplanaUoii of the In'ittlx '. refoirenduiii and rirnll, nnd allotted .that I'iMlly xxivs flgC.r.liis the Piogresslxe f(ir IMs, ns xx'ell us niitn other miais'ir of Interest to the xvelfalin of thp nvn- num people, Mr. Holt spoke at some leiiptli, and as he mas at lyilli of th.) ChliTigo loux'entlon.s (hc knew evu'xly hfixv this s,teaiu rtiller put (Col. liios,-vc- lt though the out of the running jvople luoil Jilipnxselxs'.s f r ilrvtarvil him, ami tviw the National (Vunmltt ruminated Jlr. Tnft. ,tte shoxvetl the liqtntvlt fie txxn iHaiked dlffoienco conxnt'etwi. Tl'p flrs,t, or TUl surronmUiil )y ihunjlred' of polkiiu'ii ;jnd seargtnt nt oijus. xvhlk the conxc niton held In June, at xxihlch Mr, Koosa-xd- t xvns ivwulnnl by the nftornoon. 11 ln'.ipluied by ,llou Vcvegot jMjP the Goods I ex-p- PnKirpshf.s ixxis open-- xxlth nmyor nnd nrxngs xxre miivt. Mr. ll(ilt point d In the tiitlrv 1'nlni. out iVuU 'Xry,xxVi-rxvherp the people hud .ichnliifj to esprpss Uielr oplnkm In ptlin.irli'M. vMr, Koo-lugland that It xxas only In tlie S)iulh which Is Democratic, ind sfmbs xvii?iv pielied vnx cations xxcru .held Cihal Mr, Taft was the el fi'ce, and also tlml In y, prlnviiy states til. Ili(exclt nearly oix half nilllloiii pltiuilliv oxer Taft an.1 Ii Foliate. Mr. Jlolts entire aiVUess xx.ls xidt rcwelxivl nil th,e 1 CASTOR I A SV Agreement. llai tfotil. K.., Oct. 2J, Sf9nT 1I2. muU-iIiiU- r 4!iy aiaR-nato. - Think It oxer, iliiier Hr. Tnft or Mr. Wilson will In? elected President. In Kentuiky. tin. I'iw?ressl? I'nity xvlll .fall tar s.liott of smirius: the number of xotes to ipinllfy It as a pjl'iUenl paity xxltl.loi the of our eliitton lax-- . This ! Indicated x'leailj by, their lnslKnllicant cslstiratlon. and by the repoits uelxed by the Commute", of conditions .thnoiig'i-othe State. Since tin; middle ot Snpteniber, the l the ililft has been Hteadlly of Mr. Taft and Is Inoneas-lIn forte .us the election diaxv.s near. fl'iie re.isou for this Is apparent to any one glxlng the matter iiinomen:'s Continuous employime'it consideration. Is at liand foi nil those ivhn desire lo find U and reiniinoatlxe lakes lexvard the pioduccrs. This means lomfoit for the ipeonle Bcn rally and aocpur.ts alo for tho absence of illtlual evcilcment. The vlotatlin of the most s.ieieI of t!w llepublle; opposlJLlwi to a filed .teun as Pieslden for any niin, and the economical theories and' ,x ltd uonstlluttonul changes iinolwd In the cindldary uf Mr. ltoose,-flt- , ai,e issues of c,tr;eiiie lnpoit:iiu.'e, bu,' t'.'! fact that his defeat Is tonceded by nil, except Ills mint anient supportcis, has to a lan extent eliminated them from oorisldera-Um- j. ,s 1 toxx-nmui tra-dilt- ut (if)in-jtU!o- Tho race being UjtW"cn .Wie Jt?lub'.I-cu- n and Demojiatlc Hi nee puuplo that roc if lli Deui-xarajl- le i - . ir not YfiuiH ry truh, WILLIAM uuvufi'-:;- . JUpublk'Jiii Cinip;ilau CoimulutJe O!i'o - V)K.n.ty. tij . J.ttter of JiiiU;1 V: J. UnUmxuro, of riratesot, Kj. l!)oexelt Ueleaate froai i:ii,xiiith UUtriut to the A'atiionil l" , UiVlor ithe oiw pijs'nrlty ,tml plentyt lr. ltoosi'i'l,t( betoie .tlie pnxntto'i undor tUo other dlsitiir ajyt dlitres. at Chicaw, iuid vxhlkt tfne V1'!;'4 W"oiV ITfl only Kt'--e coumu l!s In Imldhit,' to Jirlnj on to til. a whleli U KiO)d. (Vuigor link 4nlulKed In nt that LVinxy-ntloidlKjut ,Uiu d(if(i,t of tho (Culoiitl .tiUU I In u cluuiio. ICo risk ejmi'flit in ,a cla,n'e-Tlin-i. wliy tako It? A .Muta ydl, Mxlu:; mln not endorse nor Jtounuvt U x on) Ihiv.i xvas'J; u in a xqt uffllWited to with .the n.pu,Ule.-iintranlz-'itUv- i, Like U16 il.sk und iIvixIiik uluii your lifvctly MUlHeJ ,liV the priiviljilus So, Mr. Vottr, wlfvtip er uxy Iu")ml)llcan ConvAntVon, SrtVJet. K'y., Oct. 7, 1912. Mr. ,11. T. Anterhca , Tompklnsvllle, Ky. Dear M': 1 am In luv-lp- t of our ktUnr of tlie It.li lnsiaut. In vxlilsii you Invite 'n1t jnakti suiim jtjvetrlvi'ii in Alonrov iiiiiity lor the l'rogichx.lxo tkluit. Ill anuwer to llo bime ax 111 Miy, tiluit t to do n for the reavon uift Uiat I 'hi mil hot,)iiu tu llui 'l:ili,d mar'.... Mimtst u but am 11 find loyally ouppont Wmt party and Its lUeli.-In OiH I'oinliiK cliitVm. , 1 wius, us uii knoxx-- f supifiitur of t upon the record; the Itepubllcan Party beltwes In, und will adliere to the l'mtectlve tariff system. The Democratic nity ,bellex-f- In tariff for rexvnue onl4w1hlc,h mtians frv trade, and, It placed in ipawer, will. If true to their pl.iitform declaration, acck at once to wipe out and destroy all of projection In our itailff Vaws. Their pUtConn declaratlaiu of 18:2 and 1H12 on this nucvstlon are Identical and. In both, a protictlv tat Iff Is dewun"-e- d as unconstitutional. n 1892 .the Deanocifttlle 'ait xvai sudcessful upon thlls Iiuo arvu they tried tlulr hand on tlve .tariff and the results is xvill Temombered. DUtrops, misery, wuut and actual s,tar,xatlon .wei general thioiwltout the land and continued until the elcctVm of AIcKJnle and the ivrLoratlan of ,U o Unpubllcin P,u,rty to TJiey, of m,ie, try to exphiln and absolve tlicinselxv" f renponslblltl" for itlue result, ,but tih':y as they caimat deny actual condition eNted dining their oniik' control of tl'ie CM'Ciitlxo and leglshitlxo Uiaitche-- s of lour Koxernumit, Now 11 w countiy un).sjieijf. illuslness proxtratloii In any Hue exists 110 xv.here 'Xxltlilu its bonle,rs. Tho utfatis lipvxo lwn (iiqiiumlcal of t!io and cXf'elently administered. Tho j0xorunveut's lontiol of .trusts Un,s been strengtheiied. A surplus reiiwlns in the tnpsury after 1U10 ixaoinwnt of all T,lw trade of the iioimtry Is lurgor than at aavy ot,'aer j.urlqd In Its .hl.stiiij. t A Itepublicuii AdmlivV'-tr.itluixvltli Mr. Taft as Its lu'itd. lias boeu iuid H ivuv In cluugi". Wf kiiQxv ixxiliat ixxo horxiu in ) H'12. kiiim vlui,t we writ s fi Taft .will Is basisl Camdldatc.s; ur con-- f the Kood judguuiet of the ct Iftad them to Mr. s of t!.? rcainpalKii of the lioRrr;ude, Iieiimcratli' and .Kepublt'.tin parlies of O ili iioant', xve rv5re n"t to use or vuie ,to b, used In the iipproaelilnfj ehctlon nay Intolcat'.ng lhinors In auy .way or fo.' any purpose. We fiuther atee not to use. fouiitenanee, or encourage, but xilll iniV"o,Mtr .to prexent the use of Jiyin.-or ot'iier things of X'alue, tor the purpose of brtbltur thellr bal t oteis to or to cause lets In any particular them to casi them at atkor not to cast tliein, to attend the election for the purjKxse of vptlng and "xxill not offer, encourage. countrnnmv or promise jnoney, or othior things to Influence ite.is In any pt the nliox-and not to Intimidate, w cause to be Intimidated, or tliiv.Vu any Xioter In ordtr to secure It's vote jir to get him to attend or remain a.way f.0'11 the ekctic.11. but xx 111 endeuxfM- to all such practices. We ui(tljer agroe to rfjiort and iivil e affldaxit. after tlio election, (tiiat no mon,y xxas sent Into th,( riuunty bv tlxe State coniiiilttee, or other memliT" of oux parties, to our knoxviedce, that controlled by our rePFi'"ictl.e agrtrvneut committees and that tlu's slpll lie jiubllsiied In tl.e llaiitlorl Herald on October SOUi, and tlip dlart-fior- d U'IpubUc-o,on Noxjnbier 1st. pVe Xurtiiw n&ree thfit after tlw Wiat wp vlll cidi pMpur? a sOrn statenunt for jiuhlVai'i'wn In the txxo county pipers, an Itemized list or for staitomeat of all moneys reicelx-iecampaign purposesand trom w,bat sourca rwplxpd and am itemla.Nl statement of t'lje disbursements. Aii civalriiuii com-mlttvca-sn, e tiro-ve- nt es-ce- pt appl uuknl. Mr. Uassett, niw .foUixrcd Air. ,11'dt. Is a hurlues num, and xxlille int lli orator as Mr. lloU.mnde a lphrwi'd b'ls- Lnent like i.pet.eh, iuwl V at tlie goxfirnment should 11111 uixm husJn?s met! nds. and not by sclf (wIJiik j lie s' tixvcd Jlr. Utniseixrll's r?ronl as a public ni,xiaut and eplaln-e- l xxih.x he should si the pcopl" : He pointed out President this time. things that Koxcvelt has the iiiimi for tle laboring iopk of our io.ir tr.x and that Air. Wilson film agtlust organizations nnd itutr-Mr.! Wllirni In his addrrxs at Pirlarutiii umxfMity In vav. w.hlch xxn.s at a time bcXiie his mind xxas fired by political ambitions and xxlueu his utterances iexial(d xxhat xx.i.s leally and truthfully In his heart, iiuotlug as fat rx-dr-n- e ' a pleasure to you to Inspect the bolt goods ve have brought in this Fall; ve have such a variety of pleasing colors and elegant weaves. Ve have the newest and finest materials for house-dressafternoon and evening gowns. While our goods aregleaslng to look at, we have demanded also the very best quality When you buy your dress goods from us, you get three things- - -'- value, beauty use. You will get the right price. It will be es, ) i ) loxxs: CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. j. ,ni:y fostjir. Pwiniesslxo Cam. Oh'm'ti. Ohio (jo. C. M. CItQWi:. Dcm. Qam. Qli'm'n. Ohio Co. OTT.O C. MAUTIN. Uqp. Cain. Ch'm'n. Ohio Co. tonguos ooulj Jicut exjirois the giatltftdo of Mrs. J. 1:. qox, or Jo'l-e- t. III., for her wonderful lellveivinco fini mi axvful fate. "Tyiphold ipnoumo-nl- a had lf,t mo with a dreadful cough." she writes. "Soiaetlmes 1 had uph eixifrl ivo,imhlng spells I lluuglt 1 xxtould die. I qould get no help from doctor' itreit-mci- it or other medicines .till I iishI Dr Ulnx's Nexv Dlstovviry, Hut 1 owns my lifo ,Ui thb) wnderful rumedy Inr I Htpiiucely ooupih nit all nmw" Quick nnd sa,f. Its the most reliable of all and lung tuedkJnes. bottle V)c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at all diugglsts. A thousand guai-antoe- d. ts firmldnble 'in opportunity and as tj'e jcapItallMt, tl'; lalKir opiwntum'y tl'in and leader, ipdtu :m (uonopollstl' In sphlt as the capitalist and ipiite as iipt to coiiupt and mill our Industry by theli mojiopoly. The tendmcy of the mpdein labor unions Is ,to glxe to as lltte ilier .is ifisslble for Uijv ro"Jxc. the amount It Js so unprofitable to the tuuJoyir h at It xvlI picsntl not be worh xvhlle to attempt anythlag at all." lie loutmsted lvt! utliTrim--of Prof Wilton to the aUltudu pf Oil. ltxne- vclt towaid the abolullon of child labo". No wage eainr, limn, xvoman.rir rliild sliall b" to xxork dais n a xxvHj; jiensions fhall ib ipahl la ivise of ideknes, Irnegujar men t and old Saf"ty pinrl ,V'altli standards shall lie estaldishied hy lav In every indusrty nul tlmt tdwr shall t a squuie deal nnd other actions on Important measiuvn Jn whli?h has taken .the leoil. Mr. tt and ilr. .Holt poko i'X Mcllonry Suturd,i nlgly to fi Urge oroxx.d, xxhloh was quite a contrast to the wore of People ixxtfp impt at that pla' on tlw night before to hear Mr. Pfintct,Oit, of JIeiule,rson, xxiio was .there to Rpe-aor Jlr. .Taft. enotn.x "T.iere Is auotlr as to eiiuallty Hartford, Kentucky. rs 1 s Equity Prices For Ladies' and Children's Cloaks. For Men's every day and Sunday Suits. For Shoes to keep your feet dry for the whole family. For Men's, Ladies' and Children's Sweaters. For hundreds of other - (warK-:iv;- em-pl- oj .!. The Demons of the Swamp ,11 Escaped An Awful Fate are mosquitop,s. us ,tle.y t,hey put deadly inulai la genus In (the blood. Then follqxv tlvo ley c,htlU nd the iflres of The appetite files fever. mad the strength falls; also malaria oftui jxavps the ixxay for deadly .typlnold. But Kkxctric i Hitters kill and cast out .the malaria germs from the blood; glxo joii a fine appetite nnd renew your strenUi. "After long sufferjag," 11 into .W;n. Frotwoll, of Iiucansa, N. C, "thio bottles drox-all the malaria fioni my Hjnlwn, and l'vo had qod hu.il.th lnie." itest for all .stoniudi, llxcr and kllney UN. '0 mV. at till druggists. BALD KNOB. Oct. - re-u- of , inin uiiru,, lir bn It meeting began at Ml. night ami nt Griien Klxir Sunday night. Mr, Jim Flene.r nnd slsttr, Mlnul", of Cromwell, visited their !str, Airs, Last Call for Taxes. Dora laiach Sunday. llaxtn, wife and liuby, Mr. Oimellu Deputy Sheriff S. O. Keoxvn will bo J at tho follqxxliiK places on day named to of Hartfurd, spent Salinday triglot at Mr. J. If. T,ai civces'. nollect your ta.es. Airs. Maggie Leach and Airs. WHIM Uivvver Dam, Tuesday, ,Nov. 5. Duals fcpent last Sun4uy exvnlnvr xvlth Jdcllenry, Saturday, Nox. V. Mrs. Maltha nnd Doni l.ojii li. Dirndl e, Monday. Nov. 11. llurn l,o t,ho xvlfa of Mr. Notu .llnvvn, .Dcuiflcld. Tuesilay, Nov. J2. on tho 23rd, a flno d boy. Dr, Herbert, iM'fdnesday, Nov. J". Wllllx, of Ikaxir Dam, otUtidltxt; physi TrUler, T,lmrfday, Nox U, ifionenoon. cian. 'Sliieve, Tliuisday, Nov. II, fiflonuion. lbiiu to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ooachivun, roiilsxllle, l'lday und Satunlay, Nox-- . on hto 2:trd. a fine 15 uivl 10. boy. Dr, Wntklus, of Cromwell, attending physl- Contertown, Tuesday, Nov. in. ulau. Mutl'r.T and ba.be doing nkely. MaUnzas, Wednesday, .Nnx'. 2). lJuuallty, Thurbday, Nov, 21. Jbfi.n. T. Davis and Luther laaeli at- tiuvlrd mrthig at (liven Itlxr Sunday C.eralxo, Friday, Nox 22. nlnht. Itocklotl, Sutunduy, N,ov. 22. Mr. Taylor Daxls and family, of MaWjox, ,Tueduy, Nox. IM. llear-, vUUed Uls mutikor, Miis, J, A, Piien'tls, Wjtdaesduy, Nov, 27. Davis, Saturday night and Sunday. Cromxx'iell, Fjlday, Nov. 23. ' Adv. Mr. J. W, Taylor, nlfc aiyl dpughtofi 'IV H. UUA'JK, Sliwlff , Pleavnt last Thursday JACKSON & STEVENS THE EQUITY STORE 1 Cromwell, :- -: Kentucky. nliie-pmm- nliw-rviu- , Winona, lsltcd Mr. J. H. 'lyvwico ami Davis, of Mcllwu-y- . jpivc tHulr cousin, family Sunday afternoon. Mm. Hani. 1 all.jrc,, a j.iNint tall Cruwfoul. Mr. Ina Craw- Sunday. Mr. $ ford and wife, of Alt. I'te.vt, at, npunt Mrs. C Ilnvm ani Mra. J. m, IJmbry last Sunday at Mr. 11. I. aanfWur'p-".M- r. vlsUjcd Mr. Un L,eaoh and fwn.lly Hiii-k- y. .1:. P. Saiidcfur jucvio a. f)uslnei trip Xo Owenibuio and HurtOind xtVidiy and Saturday. Dudhsy Horn ,l)o Mr. and w,eei before laid, a Nn, tuy. iMqVir and FOR FLEYCHERS halve doing fine. Mlssea Duma Davis, Rtfta arJ (Qarrle it Children Cry CASTORIA a 'r. Mm ywgtj5f5tV?w,