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The Hartford republican: November 8, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912110801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 8, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. &F y Vm rrnyy Tyf.'ii.nyrt'jyi-.yiy- t .:i, iBisyr 1 F. )c H mttffitv DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY & Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV. , GOV. WILSON Subscription $1 per Year HABTORD, OHIO COUNTY, k!y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBERm In the of the I'josinynho catniwihrii rl'nntp. Nfbniskii will send forJivr Cliivcrror ShiSlinllcnlwrKor, IV""T.it, hi nto ns succiwor to Xoirl llioiui., IS publlciut. New Jorwy will im William lltiKhrs tj-- . HOSPITAL No. ir FEDERAL CONVICT'S WORD IS RESPECTED Prisoners Are Placed Their Honor. d iraprovement CROSS-CONTINE- NT IS ELECTED President of the United States. Roosevelt Runs Second and Taft iROAD IS POPULAR "llnnfy Kit" pr1i,i'ilv rl.iyor lo suwp'il Henntoi Cniiu;. Oregon will s on Kansas Takes WarmTnter- d, probably Hwy send il Ijine (lifiiiociht) to tip ruitc to .loiiiUJinn Hourm, ( I tr publican). sir1-ci"- na CTNitrjisleil with the ordinary me.lltod of road contlnctliix, 'fnklinr ns a ban 4 the t rock inoads In Norlhcni luilluiu and Nn(l,licrn Oh' tlio ocennto-fi-ytu- i JilJi.wriv, whj'-lW'l cot $10.ono,(rti, will Iii nplUy l Miirln li'i.onn.ttti, since a private rr'n'r'1ill,' 3 profit, nsunlly from $si) ,to $1,000 a nillo - will bo snud. i IS OPENED Breathitt's First Institution For Care of the Sick. Hospital Had Hard Tim est in Highways. but Hadly in the Race, Carry- - ing One or Two States. - Ml.wnukrr. WK. KA--. Victor I.. il'iKer. of Milwaukee, the only Pnrlnllst In Coiwro.it, inn defatted by firlner Congressman for who inn ns a, William M. Slfiflunl, Fusion candidate on jtlij) Daitiucrntlu ticket. Vn-ron- -n socialist i!i:uui:it i)i:kuvvi:p. Qfo PcnIJ Trust- Project to Cost $10,000,000 Will be Cheap tentiary Made by ed Inmates. at That. "i - l ' ' . r - c - 'i N j V 5 Ilu'f.'iliisoii, Kan., Noxmber fi. fL--jt Ixliiglon, JCy., Nov. nro and all thlw pint if K,uiia "Uji.tliliiKlnn, Ninmber 6. Tin- lo.ll Mi; v-ery morning itu'wity prlrtniK Iaat' liospluil er,r estfihlLslied In "mocxiy au deeply lntencytt.il hi tj'p iiitlo.nl us It fXiv't.' ll" out Hlf niicr of Lie ...., ,, IIP. Ml, - tiro walls f tUe IViloral' l'rbon 1U4I1I i't niolf.vru'iit now belli)- - l;iujirlcil ,tn build t. I I till l.Mli Ifcfl UrentJiUt," thp 'county ,ln W16, mount'lf I'mwsslu' liiotNiM'iit U Uipt Una. This do mi not liwliido tho Itiorn- - l'iiii itrul until 0:l." p'clwk J11 tlip vyt- a macadam highway from .tho Atlantic tains of i;ar.Vr,iit Keiilucky, wlilch Xjw a'lCod of mild UiLIlio.'rr.ssHi, nni-ienjoy n niiicii fifwloin n tUivti tiie ZmtM ' gained such unenviable notprluty !.., II lilt.i .....I.., mi m my1 of "fie UrjUolt '" to Oie 1'tirlfic ncro!.i tlie oontlneilt. 1'or '"HJ vv'Ull ',,, w tti It.'publk'an pally iwiil mal.es t l vit- piVuliictN. jircilnelH ncmi- liinonnK nnin l.miw 111c wiv-r'io- In pit jtuior of Its feudal wars, was dedicated -' the nw n.itlonsil stroiiv; jcufiiptllng furco with the. Detji.-- v uX Jrt'"ty WanlSii MiwKt-Ik1" T.'iJI; lpubllfL-aii-. ,M.iimIiuiii, recently. It notU)l ovont, no wll pdhs tllfcuiKli fol f.n- - n mo, uu'iy In tho next picsidentlnl ram. , t 1'pj- "" "V Miitiaini.-- w'tliout Kotrtit. IKMiiiKint, !',1Mj W.iIKIim, only in lowliu; the llnp of the Santa To Trail. bu,t ps Itself marking tlie pauii. Tiroilue HtmcvHl urns envniy, on iiiftfiilbiti Klewhe, TiMS. trhimpjli Iiltits-- lii the proposed )ijf,"ll"nj to of tlie jfitlcut and untiring t., Wllron Mntprncllrjilly all ti'e Stnt-.- i. I njul art- alo liiipiovliip tiV 1. I WILSON" A IN OHfO. extend from New 'i ork to .111 efforts of a llttlo band of iill.inUirop- III- tsrurU'il. r ft t!u prlm'n B'lirouullii. ,Wp - lH'liM-iire'i.riiirlnnatl, O., NMi-- . Ists and workers. Of Uieso tho Insby-teila- n plans for which wpie outlliyd a llno.Wcll lij Iodic nlliuiH juc Hint " um nm ku. IlljUe inoie than two weks npo, Is ikm-- at '? " , row Wlln mi nuinJiiK jiIUwI of JTys! - ' Cliuiph of Kentucky, of Wlhich Vop.i Ckitil lllliuiK I.K-i.-t . Tuft" hi Hi.. lattoi'M own .Sli'o tV' will niak iw iiUni!t to pr5if.'r the llav. K. O. Ouisrraiit, ithe moun. i'n height. I'ledTCs fur Uin fun, I of I Oregon. iWashluntoti, .Mlo C.ilifiiiiil.1. -r 'M wlu-i- i i"'". " 1.UUW which will' be .n'CMsary. In t'lo flret :w pivvbints i( Xl'- - 5.211.' " tain eiangillst.was the lender. A mUurci Wun, Nortli luki.tn. South lMkotu .1:1 l u. .Sim 1..0I i..mIv.1. t!i a1,rjitt. .r.ron .wouIJ tlilnk tlit Hint d'fru'y the e.;en?es of mikinj,' the roi'l In Ijxtlsvllle, Of which the Itcv. U, t !!! of I "1 I'lri'Uirtal Minnesota Willi' w 0110 niplowil l.v a. prlvute xwill- KliliK-- .fio Pwiint-irvtlHawe.s Js pastor, vos the principal - liov. lira, pom lax In from - nil aides and pn'-srllwm TJiU wpu,, ItuuU,,V1 fll t f(i (t C(ilslnmtl(in mw1. v.fir i7iSs contributor. The hospital Is a branch tlio mitlt! Imitations ai-- WnU ,, w.tl. U, II.OC..1UW". !, In wlAh Vi Mi uniform prl-o- n , Colt'ge, sum '11 111 be plei'tsi-- d by Jiim-irj" I. .was esl ', T ir rifliutoiilttfi' dlml' of t'lf NUIo'lr Fire Destroys Jenkins Property. of Highland 1K8 aro clotWcj. IUSTUICT. KI!NT0fKY. tablished lu Strips will be taken rfiotitty Dr. atvairrant. anil the (llnm f mi etnpleU n to lv A two story frame house, onncfl I '"' "'"v; usfo tor ir-- j .loan i nnouin n,'i;f ihitirrmt and organization of 11 iii Hep. Is" situated" on Ptitichrpn i'in. Crepk. ,ln the 'i.' fnmll(vi 1"iii;, lfiMil roallzdtlnn. tltw will t,be- I lev. H. J nii'ji uvp Jenkins, of OWnwlvoro, vr.t 1.1."". . 1J!' ' t'1" P' ,,)" .v'lr,l- Hnrn'ltrit'liWi ier- - heart of Uie mountains.- - Its deditlonal. cminilkrijrwtilch iilj all tlio of tlu CiNiriioTK and occupied by AlHsb) Cqots and ifl.imlly cation was 1.SC 5U ithnit,t l.lfi ""w .'upwyi 'hiiiib mi:un: nut jtfui; Impressive ceraouony, an cranio of the 'wptjj, .oinil Jut as 2UI.1wJlL'll IlMri'lltUf HKlt . -, mile west of Hallt, iviui "il?- - which brought tptrettfer till l,ir.- I"-- " fvclt; Cfirji lumliis iota flie w.'.tt-'IX'.H tiPJ.VJj'lll soon ns, the plans of tills lKly atv cnni- 111 I tlie pcopto ytu. Tiiu, wliJio lti)oiull cjirrldl -. liiitMiv loajls rnci lny. It l sl4nmtTho from, the hflls und hiTIG l.mt pU.141, and the entire iuiunt taedd stroyfd by flie Jlonday jnornlnK. fatitnsses of .Uijar" In t'lovtVl Diiiine. nun, n lumoi-int- , Wi elj"lty me l,Wi l"' ,"'k',t " '.' :'. Mi Il.inlln surrounding country, and was attended-bU' trtsdSTd, contracts will be iloa;d with h.ouso wan .valued at fiXiO, finl Govsjioc iy a. tlc iJunUHy. w loilbarr J,-to l,X total daniUKO iVme by t'ne ftre will j.,11 break fiom i.ifa Una a Cow 'visitors-- rom thts and pther tlio Various, counties through which the ' IKJl',S,i: IS UKMtll'UATIC to $l.fX. I'nitlul lnsr,Tan"e cities, who aro deeply Interested (n a Ml f "tone which li,iio afouintiliitu'd since rd;ul will . Lift" for the actutil ,work of anwuivt Unrffh.-iiiUVTim bvt Ihiuia of Ma-Io- n .T.ri ',; tlio wurl; i(f oonstriict'nin inis ' atturt-- bulld'n Uv3 load. It. Is full c.p?ctd was canJed. TJie origin of (the fire work which means so much 'for 'Ciwlstl-nnlt- y ,...',.. : with not lews tliii i III Ik IViniov-nitJtIs unknown, although .' for Ui'i I'I'Ikoii bi Iki'iw iic-it fa isurcpsed his it.'0" ,.1,107 Mtlo nnd humanity In this neglected tint by May 1, 191a tin o:.sint,3-ooea- n SiO not moro tlimi to haifi orlj;Inaleil from a ddfjcctlve flan. region. 1,,12 W'H'k. CKilo ........ 'l.ttB lils!U(ty will 1c a reall'.. The cer?monfas .wtfire opened with 11 '4'UlilWiuiR nml tile rpxt , 3',, ilhj'l.-- l -i Aji Kion jik tUe work on tlio mail H All the household itffcicts on tly? lower prayer by 2SM Prof.. C. 13. Wills, and ie Tills Is tlie biggest rnpj.t AVt'r uniler-take- n wl.o, wlillo l'iOKr9Ml.iv run with tin1 NNin Oopr wrvp aCd, hut (theio was a singing of hymns led by airs. SI. W. 4'lit aicn Mill auuit cunstnisi- l.. ii'iuplciwl ,ll Tnjl-i- r . 1.114 In the auwmohlle wot lift The fujiport of liutli U10 WBiilnr ,; liur a HUUfwalk fiom tlio Qinl of Hroadof $V) on lieds, beldlnj;, icjfc.. up- Flowers, of Highland College, and W. 711 Washington orlghial plans, which losulls los and U10 l'ruKiwnlirH. . way ,o tlio car station. It U to bo of months of stud) on ate ilie of Carl stairs.. Miv Cools carried no. Insurance. W. PeavyJ.ouse, of Jacknon. Dr. ai3X-ra- nt too rn't T'liiSwilltc Will J,pV" rt llq'innTTItif He n havliiK a new lnomo erilcted, Vvil"'i i'l.ts:. s.7is ll.S S "' 'wt 'Wltlo and hi Ick burn,;d In t'ie O. I'lslier and James "A. AUlron, Totalx read appropriate selections irom niulrltA- - u 111111", frniii piy nt prlhon klliu" will bo uiud. lV.',tWL'on t'ie will fof poc,upamy ,ln nJout the Scrlpjtures, und .tjm Itpv. A. J. icvns,.-ii:aipl stfret-try- , rfrp'.c,tlue)j , of two lffnWRPt 1t " ifncFrt'uli "&' tliirnie weks. nu ti;o hukwuik 11 i 10 bis, oi-Kversoie, of lireathltt county: Mivutre returi inpoiui, iviiii., Sjoutrt Jimp been carvfully examined hi" w mV.r l'lficreho wpup J.Jilc-b? laid out, which will ho liboiit ) letulr'at; Strong, of Jackson, and rV". )V. Peavy-hou- se .ajjl financiers inanuCacturcrs jiki.U"! tl,"' ,warf.ir Hi" within ,!' (Continued on Klslith Turc.) wUlc A row of tnH la to be each spoke briefly. The Hon. J. all over Uie country, and have leji PROHIBITION PARTY IiultiVrnu parfy ' will ii:i Iiiiikit Imlil mIUjV III .tlij KprhlK. M. AIcDunlels.of iknttyvJllo, made th by them as belne safe, sound an iln-lyn-wH'IimI Uilainy of tin' "Wo exiwt to have the ina.tn djetlicatton address, ,whlcJi he based itpitl entirely 'possible of execution. alucc ,ltf t'n Iff :uilon of l!i. MAGISTRATES hi iilwiit or lx.foio Within .thirty mlnutcv after the ix w.h'K FOUNDER IS DEAD tlie verse of Scripture, "And multitudes 't .Vtii,oiiij Jtr;mhlk'.in iiiiiiilicrr of th' cold- - Wiatier In," uV Diiiiity said came unto Him and He healed thm .was "explained by Mr. FUhtsV at . llniVw wln arc ,(V'Xf uti'il on L'ip ifivi'i' rt HAVE NO RIGHT Wnnlji ilackriy ".ivUnday. Tlio twin a tKLmiuqt .In IiUlanipulU r?epntU a , ,. of dliiers diseases." rcU im tn.ilt? iirx: aro dotu? flirt' work and 1 doubt If a About 400 men, women nnd children sum of over ?3uO,(nJu had been pbd;wd "Father" John Russell, First Vice CVluioji. fiiiiimr S;oak?i, Jon.'ili 0, ooutwtor could Kot triiie wuilc out of by il'ie automobile nianufncturirs and who had come on foot, In owasonsr. Jitri H. Maim. it Illliioli, U ili,ll'iiii a KTuiu; tlio eame lzi. nnd on htirsa and mulebnek "front" I'm? Presidential Nominee, To Supervise County Roads, Says Hill, o'f il'vilis of tlie lloupii- - capital aloii". riomr l.'aiVr; i:hcii.OT J. "TJio iiu-hav,o kIaaii .tlielr ,wiiil of neighboring mountains were In attend'IVkmvj connected with' .tlie uiUomobtle NlfiioUm lorworL'i, of Ohio; Iwonor t,'iot llry will .not (try to Passes Away ance. A,t Wie conclusion of tlie fijldpasies Judge Winn of Appelate Induutry In other eltifs and states hne .of llllnole; iori' WUIVuii II. and to far ,wc Jiavoi had no tioubl a dbtcusslon arose as Xo what tw.ne not been .slow In responding. K. .Mntlh-ii- , i:. I'Vto. of IIIIikiU, of any kind. Tlleie nro no nver Utonded trust voinpank'ti will be up- " Court. V. should be given the l.onpltnl. HoiV'IiIhtp. "f , of lllliiM: WlUlani tlie pilyoive-rand tht-- nrc piswUtilly nolnUI to niidve pleilne pijincntM m Detroit, Mlcli., Ipw'i'l The majority of U10&3 present, wtohoil 4. "father" Nov. lllrv'r (Vmrlvn Ai KnilKily. f fivks durln;,' the day. At 110011 their It to to called Uie Guerrant jHosplti! Uiey uie made and not u dollar" of this JohiK Hussell, founder of tlie .ProhibiOIHum t N. MailKi'iS or Ioimi; Charles K. J Hfnt out to tlu?j)i and Ky Nov. 2Aliiil,r'J It. If. illniir mon,;y Is to be spfciit until the entire tion party und tlie oldtst Metlodlst while Drv Gnerrnnt ugEfl Mint it as rickfit, of luwai riujuinnii '. lyjnity, f In n twit erected In the orc'lKir.1. W'.lnn of'thn Count of A,jieal fund of JlO.CuO.Mto or more is K.tat.in.'ft.'d. pneac,her In the Detroit conifeiieiuv'. I" nimed the Hawpn Hosiltnl. in honor 1. CriimiKickrr, of ludlnni Iowa; 'IV 'C men aiv iiLIouimI to snmkti hrln lion" an oplnloji IIiIh iiftrrnnoti, aft-In uwe Unit Xoy niij itmriii M hajisoever dead at tlie home of his dau;;litpr, In of the 11,3V, Mr. Hawps, wjipse ctuurch C"uw A. Suilmitiy, of No,w .ll.imiis 'vu.o -r U served In the the noon liour. Suit"Iiik ViKiimontH In i1idiiiImih. In mi I11hi(j)n-uthe cK.iiut.to-Ov.cat- i proj.i't this .city. lie was bont hi Livingston Iuir furnished the funds vhlcii piatifr it BAST FOIL WILSON. prlion iiily, but tho.se enploicd on tlio possible to build It. iAs a rpmpnjinise Cpunly, Now York, In 1822. 'IV should fall to bo ,rpallzjl, the mui-'Kim wnt or Wllim with .ilportant ronil caw from 'Andfjrtion toun'y rend cans are slien a UlfJ nivprfir. already contilbuted will be returniMl NVw Voile plUM CVjunty Juflup IVwUi Jmd .npiHihitol "Father" llussell wr.Pp, ,wlth 1110s it ,wus finally ngreeil Up call itlie Institrani0inloiin Tho wojU In tho open nppealu tf tlio to the original doners Wth 3 )ff cent of tlie leading temperar.ee organiza- tution the Highland (Hospital. Jt was plurality of from lW.Ulu to ax),w nuiil MiponlMir hut tliu locuwil-- s of lip mnd tho eiupjoyii'-in- it on tlui Interest IW FlKcal Coutt of AnilorHon do tijot hIiovv foi1 J1I111. Jlimai-lmscUj- t tions during his life, such as tlie Sor.s opened at olice for pcUvo yarl and in.iy r,in' adud. Alt e'li:nRe8 rojd lends to lufj them in lietter to l, dhuly-ma"Wll-- n Uie JwomoUon of the plan nro to lio of Temperance and .the Good Templar', will .be In charge, of DfT'Charlcs flisuu'd up to 7,',0oO.- - Malm Unit thu lippblntmi'jvt ftttm mnfir-iwiliiiMUV iiiidvln a healthier cnrntltlou." mpK by Mr.Alljson and Mr. Klslien Perof Nebraska, and a drained rura Siiui limiv for Wllwin, a,nd lVimirntli"it but ,011 tlio ivivtrsi.Tj' Uie was twice at Uve head of the Ord,er of pnocoitdeil liciiinohc ,to wiieiwlso tlio 'lias it'inu the (uuif. Schrank1 Says Roosevelt Should sonally, up to tlio point where flie a ou- Opad (Tepiphus of the World, and pre- from building Miss Kllzabtli (Eastman. The tline Is either a success or u failure. cons'sts of eleven roonn, sided at Uie first session pi .the orIn Jirctly VeiftyluMa. tccitulii for road woi. Tho rtudd Mipniivlur Xlle'l Plead for Him. an operating room, jtwp fivands. and IlTom-velt- , One thing which ft amis out- - prom- der ever held In lAuglond. ffiily to tut Injunction xult to iiuovciitt U'' wlo ,vu vpnf(i.-ilf.tf inently from Intyforliu; ,w lt,H' 1;Jh ,worl;. Milwaukee, Wta., JCuiiembcr J. In connection with tlio orieun- He wcote Uve call for the first nation-tli- e six prliato rooms, besides noomi, have utrrlcd I'hlladflpila anil ivlio tlie lnuxrcwilon itanit rrhetidoi'e highway and differentiate It repented la ho nuikluif a Bifufinin 'i Tho lower cpmt Kiswitt-- J ,tho Injuncfirst apcejcheis In faor of the or- office room and hall. A large amount btap't- - ganization tion but .tho Oouit liflna dlssolveif tlio ltoo,i3velt doss not bear any mallcovln from oilier Rood lyod nioip-tnnlof an Independent polUUal of bed linen; and some plothes tote. il PUJfiliuitf and tlio Mttsuurs district. Injunction on Ltui trround itliit tho np Ids licart toward him and fulpjvlCs i!io ed In the past Is Uie fact tliat ti'ii) party on the Issue of .prohibition. charity patient tpgether with (mpnlir Ohio .will l) fur Wilson by i samo atiUtude, of trtrliieaess as hebl by expenses for tther building of Uu road ' n IMilnUnent of Champion lut nuad jiluipllty, pomlbly eirn lie wrote .tlio call font ho first ft.UJcm enough V furnish one ippni, luwe be-was ii'M-presVleiVtfi who have been iconflrniml by Uw muUority. .HunlVon County (Ulncliintilij,' nfans'liu.tel, will be bore ontlrely fay automobile al convention at which Uie party was donated by seiertil Vastiur Qoll?ge glrU. ,woiild-- b T.ho iwurt wiy. Iiowvvit, that John.vSciirank, nanufacturcrs, dfalcis organized lu Chicago, and was Uie par All of tho oilier private (noo(m will went for Wilson i) ab,out K.HiO. tlafer of tho and accessory l contiilnl)' ty's f Inat candidate for the ieo presi- be furnished by donation nilinoat fw t!i inasLrutcH iue 110 rlht to ;t:- - colomel, expect u paiiia) iwltli a HBht tuvl owners. The history of Ahe hospital Is InManufacturers and deuUrs will pledge dency. In 1872. TVwr!veU iWltli Tiaft riinnlaq: .Y)n,J and ptpvla:! tho nyidx aAd that W'O luw pro- sciitence. g xpcndj;tiinea in the;nsejvr;s fa contribute ito 1'ifXiirul Scthiiank confiiled HLtv AVIIxon tliirJ )It Ik rwpuAbly ffv only viding tor tho .nipnolntmcnt Qf u road For nars he was the r,ecogiilzoid lqul-o- r teresting. A year ago Alenander Ifercul, compiled with. Uonnaj 41. Giottselialk, who occfi,pI a of raised Jor this puijioe, live assessof the Prohibition forces of tho coun- of HreaUiltt county, gfrne Stato In tlw TJnlon In "wlilch WUmmi Iiiw uupoirilxor must rof land on tho side of the hill In slg'.t T.I) (U'oUVm Is d im an In- - cell jiear hint. Gottschalk in a fww':i' ment being of 1 Her rent of try. Tun U1I11I. ' CAUHIK3 fiUlHM0N JIOMK. of iHlglOand Colege to Jr. Ouetirant for jiartunt oio, ;ih lu u nu,mbo,r of ol'ior nqsident of NV)fr Yoiik. . their kipss qarnlaga for tlir.ee year, or 4i;i,v) declined a Jlosjltal. Hut Ui,ere was no mjaney ta counlk's tlie flucnl ,ot 1 po,r n?nt of t,helr ivts Nashville Reservoir Bursts. I'utU Klt" " "Tiliodore iloojen'lt Is only iluunan Ht'ite. Nnw Voik be had to build tt untU mhe Prjwby-teria- n Tiw to Holec--t a roiid RiiponlMor ami this do. after all," Kclirn.uk saUI, apoardiiux to earnings fur Uve years, as ,wlll be deNolivlUe, Term,, Oct. has none for, AVIImui. churcjt in Louisville. (Over tw.hlch wall of water swept south of Ulghth rule U; yU fiw. In Ytant wliwi iu. cltVon mcana U(u,t ntiiKlxtratcM .cvuinol OoUschalk. "He was 4!iOjt jutd has ro cided later by tlie National Oonvmlttiec. , KCno as .iioxiil auponvlcorn, ni. tlKy .did coiered. Now tint it Is jail o,vttr )p hau Automobile owners one glwn a chance avenue when tlie. east portion of the the Hap. Dr. Iia,wcs is purftpr, dtfrroXo-- l SUt sura an a wliqle 1J itilio lnct-X4' undur tius old law. had Xlmo for soheir rrsfletctlpn (ind l.'iS to icantrlbnU) ,to Uie fund by itaklng out city reservoir was ltrypublUsinH ttajvo tlw shortly Ibpfore Uie sum of l,000. ,Xlw com?r-s4)rxn- e the burst jll nuunhcirslilps In midnight. Several houses wmxi washed laid and work began, and iWie building better self purely iluis, lod tf itty This tliinj Ulify appi'iw Jto. )w'e Ue Suffrage Sooi. Ure from their foundations pad tho slvnptng waa completed In n monfth. Tile tliat I should life pitied and not Klglway lAssoclatlqn, these thp uu'tlt-U- le iiwuitir city "lu w.11 1m FraacJaqo, Hav. 4. Votes, for condemned. Whn McKnVQ- - (was hat lift stUpsXo cost $3, WW or $1,000. occupants saved .tlKynselvr-'- s by climbing cost of iihe iiospltol ,wl be $1,680, and borouhH, "Uuffulo; JtoiAstor, fwut llio wonuyi, tlio world ovir, and UwL oo!i, showed Xorglvientps. In Jls .way Uie road ,a,n be built Into .trees. A breach lfu feet wldo In tlio all but 2SC of this bod tucn fwtfcted rural ifd't'loiiK. IJeinnuratJo U tlie predlollon made by .Mrs. Carrlo "1)a oiUuw caiso xiewts with llci'iwjvtlt. wltliplt1 xpense to t,he nemeral Vu- - wall .was inuu. jA nujuW.T of resldeuts wilven tho lipsplul wma dojdltpML A Tins i'Uy ot SyiwcuiKj'yiiwit I knqw If Jio will qomo lire uul npcvik payurs of ,V oauntry. rollllcs . has are missing, but nun,9 aie known to subscription waa aturtol by norrw trfeniS 'far 1,U() rirat otlin,u In Ita JiUlyiiy, gliUs Cluipnvtn Catt, pntvsl(lent at Itlw w,ho were" present at Mie dIlcntlon, Woman's Suffnago All lane,-'- , for nvo and adopt tlvo broad view' of the beea outlrely eliminated from the when a hare lost Uielr lives also plurality. WlUun WMun 1.000 and a committee camposttl will be no .political disputes lwnio of iliu Uta wlio anrj.ved trout jtlio Orat today, af- matter, I w.lll tot a light seiUunce. iHN of Mli Utka, the ,to Intetrfere wit,h ,Ve pro- HUzabeth Hpeneer, Of Oukda; (Mrs, M. Kinnnnji. UllO COIlty VWe. lllhwls lHt ter nvnpalRnhitf ami' iiiviHsatUf con- - w(onl will settle Uve ,wt)ola iv,tl,(r. I or V4ce IVwHldc-n-t , of Hlgliland Qollcme; nliOuld (think te .would came he,ie whan graits or .the road, dnuweil notK ail tin; Swvi', dlttanwi among wunuiti'of Kunopc, ArK-'u- , The Qhilo County Uoajd' of .Election M. Flowjeti-sIvnKxJniU ,to aund trtoi - Coinunlsoloners u.e not met to coji.ms AsLi and Polynesia. PayJvouw, join lllndnwn and otlvt tint casts Is itnled." material necossar- for tls ilmlldOW Of wluini will lu Janioi II am! It VI Ing of the highway will ,hu idellvotwlli. the returns at Tiudny's tlcrtlun, vn" SouUi Strong, of Jackson. iicj ap JVvJ. ,'nonillUtted In ithe primary; no "Woimen ttro voting today InpanW ot New Meat . lymtoialtdJi Jmtf beh mado tor the uth-- ri China and In, Hurnvali, where Uioy urn tho points whene It Is to ho us.l. Iwe are unable, tp kIvo an uxort ,ot pointed or rather volunteerfjd ffi ipllJit led by a Iluddhlsl wioinaiu oX iBiKyit nblll- I hae opened 'ip a moot' hnp In tho coiwraots tluuugh w.hloh ithe moad ipaasei of eiofili awmlnt't In the cuujity. lUov' tlye iret of the lndobtn.ln,iii.s. pi4IUuti. t'.ue tliese counties lUIey stand, In oonaqctlon to tuke ieha.t'Ko of tho ever, next woek we sliajl ipubllsjt tho liiiiiKrut tty.'l lo uld, Colwuilo wllj send Is your husband 'crohs?"it rrttiible. toward Cominw-'rcla- l Hotel mid will be pUiiiii construction work uudur XUo sujwnvialO'i vote by precincts. Tlve Xplioiwlng in an fault finding disposition to Mm UiUted felwtes tVnate. A lkiuu- - "III Jleralu. the inavanunt. is ottm id'u u'i- - estimated total suffiao Is strum;, upd at tho to fltave you call on Hr. Ike tjondnrfur of United States lUoioriupent ote of tne.iQoutity. crat will he ent ito the rVmulc to a dlsorganlzod stomaoli. A man wlt'i 8eJW,'-o- r ivcjcowI 2.5".0 good digestion vi)1t,liliij Iflneiy. , Dqnxqcmtlo alllaiva It lifjinububle a Irilan land and for ypur tmvt-ts- , rtM)ili'is,.u report,-4- " is nearly always wool i HapAthllcun will b prusent. ujuayy kept In a iflrnt, class nveitlnp. Jt has Uuen figured tliat Uilh l.Ul mitured. A Sicat manj' .w.ve benii ,' Ilurpiiuj of, Nw lUnu'slilli.'. "Uie'n In 'Africa, Java, Sima,tia and P,rlofts rlirli't.. Your PAjtmnaRO solvit!. of handling the puruluise of imatHiil Socialist ,.., ?li mauently cured of stcrnocli trouble i,t PIXON IS DEF.EAT.ia). . 101. All goads 'downed. and Uve labor Incldtnt tp Itulldlng the Prolilbltlon VKimocrait to tho I'MUpplntw, Moalaiai will wnd u taking Chamberlain TablAts. ilor salu ..,. ,. ttyi, the ivleny of the TelepheaiA No. .. road wll) result in a gigantic saying PrcisiCMiUe JAMPHU. 6ltf. Adv. l.i'O.by all dealers. t uocd Jpa.'ph M. wixon, niAivtBvr i mma uiwi m I ' i i)o-i:vi:i- r I)?Utt, oirrs micjihivn. .".. Iljnt-"r-- - rl-ctl- Mich.. Nov. of 1.22".' Stnlo UciuuiH from pnclnal slum IficnwoiHi, Kaii.w., Xoxeinticr ln-.'- ci lir tl'lll prol-iblll- ty Jiltr'i-wn- HuU-IilriKo- Unw-iwilc- - ' 11 ''' - -- 5.qv. f f"" I ,., -. !, 1 . . , l.' '- -- -- --- t( nt iw. orial Day How much Uiy ,ippret.'li)c wpnl Unit nio not 1lppc1 in. brltv), Jiclu of tlielr fallerlns st-and palsied hnnds. nml of ihow wlr:ly they nre boIiik down ilio decline of life. Notliliu can evr nbatr5 tj!'C muniun and nctMl) of tho vitpran qf it,! Cl:i W!ar. He rannnt be rt Icitaited to t!je shrlilows of pthiinun,. This fne!t w.ii rmphntlcally bioilKht. out In inoit Washington hy liotli qonfeplenuo and Fedriinla hi mnkuicr pieparat'on-- i for the fiftieth Anniversary of itlw l'.altVi nf GsttjHburjr. Jt Is (planned .tlvit 'forty thou,-nn- d leterans tjiall nsstoublo nt'tliu f'unous Ivittle wound, ,MliMe t!iie rf.ui';- Bio of 'WC will he iefoif;ht, nnj frja all ovea- - Alio l"nkin 'jclupU) iwlll to celebrate the declslio, battle of tiie.lwar. Joe Jl. ChappJe. Hn "Affn'-- J In National at Wa,ihlnKtoii," Ia zlne. p -- The Veterans A Living Force. What n raw prMlcKu It Js to lull: Into the jfuces of the lelenirm of the Civil War and speak tp fiieju im MemNew I Raising Money and Has it- teresting History. .'he -- ,.,... itrvit. '.. wl-Ji'- Jfi. -- fr - til '' hj 11. ,v111-tuk- o ro.u-plot- i'i one-iuarl- n' -- WP-'I- 1 J,j I.'U-IM- i! tfji.vtl, !) 1 rj 'lK!. -- -- p,rn-lilt$- it o rstiyjMA lK),;j-ciul- -- '"'i fit g & - Mcr " pio-IX- On-ivnlii- ii e, ' 9.1 I 1 fl II llnr v 11 11 int n, mai-!rtr- , , fl n-- Until'-tnlnlti- Wfip?i-vls- or cr fiia.jt-ltrutr- x. l; ane-thtr- one-fif- th -, i.A alx-fo- up-ta- tn "Jt Ocetati-ito-Qce'i- Woai K-- 1 cM-flt- Jd arul-ither- e jtiwles ,W!1-lla- m Shf to irolu-If.it- o 1 jd-u- p. .'... 1 .... S J.'l. , t c , . (Mb. .iyit L . 'v J Ire: "N doctrines or teachings, wo may be mire tit true application will tt Welti OF A frog has a sage look, n wise look It swells Itself up In an apparent endeavor to Impress the beholder Its great mouth well represents Its chief power, used to croak. Applying these symbols, we learn Hint nu evil spirit. Intliiciire, churches Startling Presentation of Cora- - will come from the Protestant of Home. federated, from the Church I and from the Chll authorities, all in ; full .agreement. The spirit of nil will lie boastful; an nlr of superior wisdom and knowledge will he proudly assumed all will croak in harmony. "All will RUSSELL'S VIEWS. tell of dire results that would follow. PASTOR Involving the Interests of Iwtli the present and the future life. If their Churches of All Denominations and the counsel be not followed. Ilnwovoi'con-dietinthe creeds, the differences will Civil Powers of Earth Are About to proposition be Ignored in the geni-r.i- l Powerful Unite In Common Cause that nothing ntulont must be disturb Influence Preparing For the Battle ed. or looked Into, or repudiated. of Armageddon A Reign of Anarchy The Divine authority of the Church, Will Be the Result of the Warfaro and the Divine right of kings, aside Until The Messiah Takes Control. from the Church, will not be allowed to conflict. Any persons or teachings Urookl.ru, N. Y., In conflict with these bo.tMful and Nov. :. T li 'i will be branded as ltrooklyn Academy everything claims the mouths of the.se die. ut of M u s I e w i s "frogs" speaking from pulpits and crowded to the lim platforms aud through the religious it todny to hear press The nobler sentiPastor Kusm'US nnd secular will bCHtrnngletl by the ments of some ' discount ou tlu philosophy of the same evil spirit "lliiltlo of Ariiisi which spoke through Calaphas. the Ms text Keddon." K iIIIH wns: "He gathered high priest, respecting .lesiis. to As Calacommit phas declared It expedient tlicin together unto n crime In violation of Justice, human ii place called In and Divine, to be rid of Jesus and Ills jjlPASTOg. RUSSELL) the Hebrew tongue teachings, so this "frog" spirit will aplArmngcdilon." prove of every violation of principle IUvclntlon xvl. 10.1 Tlie speaker wild: necessary to their Armageddon In the Ilebtew slgullie.s The crouklng of these "frog" spirits or the "Hill of Meglddo." or Mount of De doctrines will gather the kings and wns famous 11s n battle-fiel- princes, financial, political, religious etructfon It In Old Testament times. nnd industrial Into one great nnuy. The Lord lias neeti (It to ussoclnte the The spirit of fear. Inspired by the same Armageddon1, with the great con- croaklngs of these "frogs." will scourge troversy between Truth and Error, the passions of otherwise good and tight and wrong. God nnd Mnmtnon. reasonable men to fury, desperation. which this ape will close, perish, In their blind following or these evil nr.d the New Age of Messiah's glory tplrlta. .evil doctrines, they will lie ' ushered tn. He has purposely used ready to sa:rlil"i life nnd everything itfgbly symbolical figures of speech In ju the altar of what they mistakenly lie last book of the Bible, evidently suppose Is Justice, truth and tlghteous- with a view to hiding certain Imponess. under n Divine arrangement. rtant truths until the duo time for their For a brief time, as we understand tcvealuient Hut even In the due time, the Sciiptures. these combined forces nssuars us. "None of the of Armageddon will triumph. the Bible Free nicked shall understand" (Daniel sll. speech, free mails, and other liberties 54 lOi none who are out of heart have come to be the very breath with God but only the wise of .which masses in our day. will be ruthof the people the "wise virgin" class of lessly shut off under the plea of neces- "lis i lie Master's parable. 'slty. the glory of (Jod. the commands I have long avoided presentation of Church, etc. All will seem to ho my understanding or our text nml its of the until the great social explosion serene, oiitext. I take it up now by request in our context described as the "great and because I believe it is due time to Earthquake." in An ' understood. I disclaim any special symbolic Inuguagc. "carthinmke." signifies social liihplratlou. In some particulars my revolution, and the declaration of the mows agree with those of other Bible context is that none like uuto it ever undents, nnd In other respects they before occurred. (Itevelatlon xvl. IS. disagree. Each hearer must use his 10.1 Jesus described It as a time of jiv.to Judgment, do his own Bible study, trouble such as never was since there iii'd reach his own conclusions. was a nation. Matthew xxlv, 21. Kindly remember that I am not The Lord Will Gather The'm. for the tigures of speech used ' tiy the Lord. My interpretations do The false, froglike teachings will constitute n terrible arraignment' gather together Into one host the great, if institutions which we have all rever- the rich, the wise, the learned and the enced and which embrace good people. kings of the enrth. to battle. At this tX good woitls and good works. God's luncture Divine Power will step forpeople in these various Institu- ward, and our text tells us that UB tions. Iielng comparatively few, are shall gather the marshaled hosts to 'gnored when systems as a whole are Armageddon to the Mountain of DeMien It with In prophecy. struction. The very thing which they sought to avert by their union, federaThe Dragon. Beast. False Prophet. Our context tells us thnt three Im- tion, etc..1 will be the very thing they (teachlngsi will go forth will hasten. Other Scriptures tell us pure Tnm the mouths of the Dragon, the that God will lie represented by the IScast and the False Prophet, and these 'Great Messiah, and thnt He will be on three will lie lu accord, and symbolical- the side of the masses. Thus we read ly the doctrines nre represented by In Daniel xll. 1: "At that time shall the Godlike "frogs." These three doctrines nre to Michael linwn mighty intluence throughout the stand up" assume authority. He will rivilzed earth They are to gather take possession of His Kingdom in a Hie kings and their armies to the great manner little looked for by many or 'those who erroneously have been Battle of Armageddou. The ecclesiastical kings nnd princes. ' claiming that they were His Kingdom. nd their retinues of clergy and faith-'il- l and authorized by Him to reign In His adherents, will be gathered In solid name and In His stead. Jesus declared. "His servants ye are i'rotestaiituud Catholic. The ;lngs and cnptnlus of industry, nnd as unto whom ye render service." Some many as can he Influenced by thorn, may be rendering service to Satan nud will lie gathered to the same side. The to error, who claim to be rendering iwdlticnl kings and prlnccR. with all service to God aud to rigbteousuess; their henchmen nnd retainers, will fol- and some of these may be serving as did Saul of Tarsus, who low in Hue on the same side. The financial klmra aud merchant prlDCcs, "vurlly thought that he did God a servand all whom they can Intluence by thu ice" In persecuting the Church. The most gigantic power ever yet exercis- (same principle holds true reversely. ed in the uorkl. will Join the same As an earthly king does not hold himself responsible for the moral character Mde. according to this prophecy. These "doctrines of demons." repre- - of each soldier who tights in his batM'Meil by the "flogs." will lead many tles, so the Lord does not vouch for the initio peoplo In this great army to ns- - moral character of all who will enlist Miiiie an attitude quite contrary to and light on His side of any questlou. I'or a time the "His servauts they are to whom they their l of liberty and progress will lie ' render service." whatever the motive re- - or object prompting them. uiiii'il backward ami medieval The same principles will apply fn the rtinluts will lie considered necessary tor for the uinlntc- - coming Battle of Armageddon (Mil's side of that battle will be the people's uue of the present order of things. lu giving this Interpretation, it Is side, and the very nondescript host, lieeossnry for iih to Indicate what Is .the people, will lie pitted at the beginivmliolled by the Dragon, the Beast, ning of the battle. Anarchists. Socialradicals of every iml the I'iiKc I'rophet. Bible students ists, and of nearly nil denominations agree with 'school of reason and unreason, will be The ms tliat the "Dragon" of Itevelatlon lu the forcrront or that battle. the purely Civil Power. majority of the poor and the middle I'roti'stant lulerpieters generally ngree class prefer peace ut almost any price. that the "Meast like a leopard" (Revo-liitlo- n A comparatively small number. God's xlll, 'Ji represents the Papacy, consecrated people, will ut heart be (tut fewer Mill, we fear, will be ready ioiiglug I'or Messiah's Kingdom. These to NiiiiMirt our view that Protestantism will bide the LonPn time and wait pain the "Image of tliu Beast" (Itevelatlon tiently fur it; they will bo of good rill. IS) lu our context given another ournge. knowing the uiipinie outlined name, "the ("iilse Prophet" We urge lu the "more sure word of prophecy." no one to accept our Interpretation, to which they have done well to r.fke light shining in Ttor shall we think hard of any who heed, "as unto refuse It. We will neither slnndcr nor ilarkpiace until the Day dawn." II tlitrwfs Injure them now, nor threat- Peter I. !. en iheiu with eternal torture. They The masses will be restless of their ttsi e the same right to their views tint restraints, but will be conscious of I h:ic. nnd the right to runko their own weakness as compared to the religious tlieiu known to others. And I, for 'kings and primes, iluaiu-hil- . g ,aii(l iolltlcal. which will then hold me. will be very glad to consider Besides, the masses have no which opponents may set forth hway sympathy with anarchy They realize .1 their Interpretations of our text. j truly that thu worst form of govern"Unclean Spirits Like Frogs." The H.vinr.olMnh of Scripture, right-- ment Is better than none. The inusxca ituth-- i stood, are always forceful. (wlll seek relief through the ballot am:. I of earth's af-Holy Spirit used a "frog" peace fit .Vi.ni the fairs for the elimination of evil, for represent b.viuliollcaily certain .0 ARMAGEDDON THE SCRIPTURES tcii-hlng- . I g nB r iifpr?r. 'ifc.M n d h u-lt- 1 I liar-timn- -- d One-Mes- sluh I ! ptefi-reiic- hi-e- I ! d 11 11 I tiny-shln- v j tho placing of monopolies and utilities nnd tho supplies of nature In the'hnnils of the people for the public good. The crisis wilt lie reached when the hitherto upholders of law shall liecntne violators of the law and reslsters of tlie will of the majority as expressed liv the ballot. Fear for the future will todespcr-ntlou- : lead the and anarchy will result when Socialism falls. The Cloud's Silver Lining. Horrible would be this outlook for the future did we not have the Infalli ble Word of God assuring us of a glorious outcome! Divine Wlsdiitn has withheld until our day the great knowledge and skill which is 1 the same time breeding millionaires and discontents. Dad God lifted the veil a thousand years sooner, the world would have lined up for Its Armageddon a thousand years sooner. But (hat would have been too soon for the Divine purpose, because Messiah's Kingdom Is to lie the great of the world's history. j God In kindness veiled our eyes until ' the time when the gathering'' to Ar-mngeildoh would Immediately precede Messiah's taking to Himself His great power, nnd beginning His reign. Iteve-- ' latlon xl. IT. 18. "Send Them Strong Delusions." St. Paul wrote prophetically of our tlme.hiit It would be one of serious trial and testing to many professing to be Christians. 'The reason for this lie states they received not the Truth In the love of It. (II Thcssnloulnns II. It). 11.) They preferred their own erroneous theories, the Apostle explains, aud ttiercfore God will give them over to a "strong delusion." nnd let them believe the lie which they preferred, and let them suffer for missing the Truth which they did not love. Thus they will be in the condemned host, "tight-lu- g against God." because of their lack of love for the Truth. It Is sad to, say that we all as Chris-tlan- s have been laboring under a thorough delusion respecting God's Plan. Wo tunc claimed that Christ set up hills Church In Kingdom power, and that the Church has been reigning on the eartli as Ills representative. On the strength of this delusion, Jews and heretics have been persecuted to death ns opponents tn Christ's Kingdom All tho while we thoughtlessly repeated tho Lord's prayer: "Thy Kingdom come: Thy will be done on earth, as lu Heaven." We knew that the Uedeeincr said that He would come ,ugnlii to : but make us His Bride and We were we Ignored the Scriptures drunk, ns the Scriptures symbolically say. "nil nations were drunk" with the false doctrine. It Is this false doctrine that will constitute the "frog"' spirit which soon will begin to croak and to prepare for Armageddon. The Bible presentation Is tint the world is a section of the universe lu rebellion against Divine authority, under the captaincy of Satan and his associated fallen angels. By Divine grace Jesus has already "tasted. aleaLU for every man." and the merit of that sacrifice must, eventually, grant Adam and bis posterity a full, fair opportunity for the attainment of everlasting life. All who thus seek the Divine piogrum and are walking In the light may know KoraetliIng.it least respecting the "times Und seasons " These brethren "are not in darkness, that that day aud that battle of Armageddon should overtake" them "as a thlcfy unawares. , Armageddon Not Yet but Soon. For forty years the "Armageddon forces have been mustering for both sides of the conflict-- Strikes, lockouts nnd riots, great and small, have been merely incidental skirmishes as the belligerent parties crossed each other's paths. Court and Army scandals In Europe. Insurance. Trust and Court scandals In America, have shaken public confidence. Dynamite plots, charged by turns on employees and pn employers, have further shaken confidence and tended to make each distrustful n'. the other. Bitter nnd angry feelings on both sides are more and more manifest The lines of battle nre dally becoming more distinctly marked. Nevertheless Armageddou cannot yet be fought. Other matters I titer veil e. according to prophecy. Geutllc times have stilt two years to run. The "Image of the Beast" or our context must yet receive life power. The Image must be transformed from a mere mechanism to a living force. Protestant Federation realizes that. Its organization will stilfbe futile" mile. It receive vltallzntiou unless Its clergy directly or indirectly shall be recognized as possessed of apostolic ordination .nnd authority tn teach This tho prophecy indicates will come from the two horned beast, which, we believe, symbolically represents the Church of Unglaud. activities of Protestantism and Catholicism, operat ing In conjunction for the suppression of human liberties, await this vivifying of the Imago. This may come soon, uui Aruiagciiuuu cuunui pieceiie iu uut must follow perhaps a year after It, according to our view of the Prophecy. Still another thing Intervenes: Al-- I though the Jews nre gradually flowing Into Palestine, gradually obtaining con-- , trel of the land of Caiman, aud al-- 1 though rejKirts say that already nineteen millionaires are there, nevertheless prophecy requires an evidently larger number of wealthy Hebrews to , lie there before the Armageddou crisis be reached. Indeed we understand that "Jacob's trouble" In the Holy Land will come ut the very close of Armageddon. Then Messiah's Kingdom will begin to be manifested. Thenceforth Israel lu the land of promise will grndunll.i rise from the ashes of the past to the grandeur of prophecy. Through Its Divinely nptdlutcd princes Messiah's Kingdom, but Invisible, will begin to roll way tho curse aud to lift up mnnkir.d. 11 Thousand-Vear-Sabbatli 1 Joint-HeirsIligli-hauded I J r, STORY Interi-ttln- sJ OF DECATUR BATTLE o Account I Related of Hot Time at That Important Stronghold In Alabama. I j J I I In the National Tilhunn of May 21 Sergeant Ashley V Newtcn, Co. D, 3d JIIcli., In "Colored Troops al Deen-tur," saya thnt nt Nashville his reel- rr.cnt got a ru?h ordor to proceed to O rtl jsei-aiu10 reiaiorco ueiierut .tjiiiuj, who wns bolnp (loseiy praised by Forrest. General Mllroy was not at VBIRliVlrrHPsmri9Hy4THTnH Decatur; neither was Forrest, writes Will A. MeTeer. adjutant. 3d Tcnn. adjutant Caw, aud anting nslstaut general, First Brigade, Fourth Cavalry Corps, Maryxllle, Tcnn., In tho National Trlbuno. Gen. Itobert County S. Granger was In command ofj the military district of north Alabama, with headquarters at Decatur and Huutsvlllo. Col. C. C. Doollttle. of the 18th Mich., wan In command of the post nt Decatur. Comrade. Newton says: "Wo found the bridge burned, but General Mllroy had provided for our coming by erecting a ipontoon bridge." 'a mn'rt "Our Cavalry Brigade reported to PROF. KASTLE TO it ity' (Hunt Jtr t' 1' Mmlilef General Granger for duty, arriving at , Sliltnl iv ill trttt t fm ill ' ' Decatttr July 10, 1864, and the bridge I Ills' up iml ilatu! tyr M Mr SUCCEED SCOVELL was destroyed before that time, and I tTC ll teg in tur nu llco l n the pontoon was erected then, and np-S.iutnl ia sit mil Siml.i peared ns If It had been there for . M J' .M.vhlxv. ivturit-il.'NTMr months before It appears that It was wxvk's ils'.l ,u reiV placed there b.y General Sherman El6CtCQ Head 01 State fcxpen urd.iy uiur when on Ills way from Memphis to mvir i' iil to a 11. Station and College of Chattanooga." KtKUt "f M M)s. (niiij JLuMuv woe Further, Comrade Newton says: Jim .VI iwta jiour CVptoitoiMi Agriculture. "The Confederates seeing us, emphaunit) sized their objection by rushing n battery down to tho bank of the Tho Domons of tho Swamp river within easy range of the bridge. fcii- Lexington. K.. Oct Si. --Tlie ar ilti". A ,tho Ming ,f.n' , j' uiiu wirj uui nine uiiAtMi iiiiiiK" r ju ioniiiilttii' df Slat'- rwtTllv, in ilraill niilarla Kor"" In Alii- Moo.! 'I" . very seriously tor i.ie 011 uui k"ss!mi lieu- - it,o.!n. t'l"f. Jnsoi.i follow lli ley chills nml the r.rt ' for the timely Intervention of twoi II. K.istle. illrutor of the Kentucky lis- appetite tllt- 'Hi Knlnan.l llmntlii (llflt nnMm h Inn i.t. .1,1 M If.e ' lnthUi ft'l. .iIhi inalarli oflcii. ju sent by General Mllroy to distract I'orhiVnt iuion nii.t I.. ! f AKricuhuifi.r at fnlxenrltv. llie iwai .leu.il- - typljohl. lt.it Kl ' attention in another direction." the lite l'mf. M. ,A. uvll. I was uctiug adjutant " assistant lllttem k'll iitul enst iut V,e mil 1 general of the Cavalry Brlgnde and l'if. K:i.stl.- - Ilh- - 5r - nrs i.cn Lvriiit u .. the li'.ool. t:i' vT t.' luvtit on the line of battle. Hood (not For- p'ii.!h'i nn-n ntw mr ''rrnitt'i. "A r .itl-tltattacked us, October 2G. 1864. of the untvrs'.. ami wltjt ll!IK ." Ultlti- - W .lltFl1tM 'I report to p,r. Siom-iIn General Granger's was nu it JntwviLsl ii of l,iia.nfi. N C. ' lilts e littl"F t General Thomns he fixes his whole Sl.0,llfll ana i5.irck nil t'o- - iu 11 irln fi6ut til) ssttiiii I ., force at Decatur at 1.730. and wlthu,nilJ , lmllW. ,,n,Vl(Ul. Imitlii Tie li.nl kiiv ' I! '' the 23.1. Mich, added, which had Just! u nni for nil - i.iuu li. .iimmit f IIkt ,im kiln J il' arrlied. and HoO absent on patrol . w, ' . "w at all ilrusuUt duty, there were. only 2,000 men to de- - .'l"ar ,,J,lpml '"' P' "'"'"' fend Decatur. Kvery available man'lrM In prosuiiilm; We. placed out on the line, and then ' was Pleasint Time at Rosine. we could not reach around more than Vlrclnta ami other enctln. on lh.iif TV following Crletnli aiwl rel.k'.i. y um eminent half way In front of our works. The of Uki"Vmeu ileinnt-onlt ut tin- - liutuv, f Mr. 1). .'. AUn ml reason that the first day's fight- - j lm.,Ht, puutu-ill- y the uw tUituiut-te.M Siuul.i :unl S3 'l Ing was not one of the greatest bat- - ,lf ,llk ,.lfi ,(oull (lM ifiTV ln Km. wife In tiny wlt'i llicne Alii tHojiV. anJ ir ties or the war was because tnero ' ttuls. , Kiirsitji. Jm lUilllUy mil u If . , if ( It so, wer not men enough mnf 'il It ,ni:nlziii? tlie There were no colored troops there er, Kan.. .Mr,. Il'illeio ln'li- .1 !' that day, but In the night we were re work. In. SmimII liioivdit liiin of .Mrs Allen ' , limn 11 year tv. nil inforced by tho 14th U. S. Colored Krutiu-JiOyi K. Allen iiinl wife, Ulilon; it .to riw ntiT lie Ikih Inf., commanded by Col. (afterwards hIikv tji-n 1'orkn .111,1 wife, Surih .Vim Uirk-tt General) J. T. Morgan. the i:ii iniiiii-..tlont'li f t.oi l'ltrk. nn J Attlur ' Mllk-The 3d and 29th Mich, reinforced to 1I11 mii at t'.stv Hi.- vil.it.v. lie 1'rleilU.itiii. Wrn Stewwl, wlf- - ml ns while engaged ln the hottest part tecrlV'l heie ! In nun, Jltn I remember Kentiuk on the first afternoon. of.llirst. Itraiii , ana citi) nn s lintlfU' distinctly their coining, and aa they Jlis. l.ul.i Crihli 'iiy.l ilniightir nml iii nuilol In tills Stilt)-- . went out on the line the appearance Clirwicii I'mlili, of tlriVn IMver CHiirt 1, of the bright, new uniform was In Mm. I ..m r :i liiatilur, I'rliMnluiwI, ( ir Catarrh Cannot Be Cured decided contrast to our own worn and Htiwurt. Jlillfjiri, titewail .ul dingy clothing. with I .OCA I. AITMrWTlO.V.s, a tliy wife uml ilitiulitcjK. .M.rj, Knnrui ar. The Confederates were using a bat- cannot iimcji the (."fit of the dlsea.is .Miiulv, Willie All'n. I km lloll)ki ami tery at tif lively rate with deadly ef- 'Catarrh Is a hlool or wife, H;inr, KiiiiM.s; W. C ulio fect, but it was nearly a mile from cur- - It jumi iiiut t nml In the river and not In range of the taki Inlcrniil iinictlli-s- illiill's Catu-!- i aiil Mm, 1!ik.v(I1; Jo Mvu. l. C. All-ami wife, .Mniii(e Criiudtr, Mxi. J W bridge at all. On the 27th the enemy In takin unit net threw up some pita on the bank of the Cure oa the ntul .ntucous mirfiiivs. J. river, about a mile above Decatur and liiiits. nearly a half mile from where the bat- Mall's Ca,tarrh Cure Ih nat iuvk mi!l (iiuis of tlie rronil were mailc .i,t i" tery was first used by them on the clue. It a piew rllie.1 h) one of tue Alien Iji.iiie ly UraUi. In HiIk first day. On the morning of the 28th best till) iw a detachment from the 18th Mich, and years .mil Ih a ingultr Escaped An Awful Fate 102d Ohio (according to my Journal It Lh oinposril of tUlst Uyil-- known, A thuuianil toiiKuns not rvptow 47 men) made their way down, tke tlvo lTs.t Jilc'l jnrlfl-rs- . coinhlued ivllli the giatltiiilc of ilri. J. 1:. t"o, of Jo'i river, succeeded In flanking the con- acting iltrft-tl. minf,n-non the .inu-oel, III., for her womVrful tlcllypian federate rifle pits, made a gallant froni an awful fate. 'Tjuiholil piim"'1'" charge from their rear; In which a The ierfts.t wmhlnalion of t,ln two Is wjitit pioiliui-- such wnnilq'-fu- l number of men were kilted and nil Juil left mo w Itji a divaltu! csiir . itKiitls In curing Catarrh. Soinl wounded, and brought, In 120 prison-era- . hiu uriUu. "SuniijtliiieM 1 md sneli ihwii 1 DIW-slo- RiS in" v 1 1 H' , 11 J 11 e tn-'- ( - - .1111-11- , ' r im-the- ir , r j stt-i- j- pnu-Huillt l suft-rtllK- j i nKik-uUun- - .,.:.. t'i H'-tt- tu r, 1 i- - .1 "" i. suK-nufu- 111 -- r C-- . e 1 - -' . J'njiii--tutu- r - ; '.' I l . . lilf-o- 11 , - H ua s fit-e- . I J. (Alti:.i:v R CO, .I'roos., stood on the upper porch of tho noulil nr,t no help from (l.nitir'jt ,ti.i-int-Decatur hotel when Colonel Morgan Toledo, O. or otlier mculclnes ,tlll I iivl came in front with the 14th regiment Solil by nrncslstH, prli-- "U. New Dbssivtry. Hut orti" "' of colored troops (not two comTaint-- Halls Pills Tor I life to thu wVMiilfi'fnl ler. I C01 panies), and they piled their knapS'.uiL-elvuiii,li 'at all luntv." Qnlrk it"' sacks, leaving one man to the comUs t'10 must rellal.le Snr ;ill t'm'.'t pany as guards. I noticed Colonel MorFor Sale. gan holding ln his hand a small aiyl Jiiiu; iiie.tl.Jni'H. i:cij luttle ku hatchet, and also that a number of hie U liore pom Ilnlior cngino ami Hk- - ami UO. Tj1.il bowle frei it the officers had hatchets. They startilg for Kile tliejp. Will it nule nil tlruKgUti., ed out In the open field, marching In Aililr-"r- t lll'li llnVM'.l. excellent order to within rifle range Ut Adv. ILirlfoKl, K. It. I 11. .'. Naughty. of the Confederates, when they tired "WI1.1t U the .tnaftrtr, (t,tqit?" .u' ' n volley, (hen raised a yell and chargSMALLHOUS I Uio nut,lir mf a mil, ill Jrj ,wim I 'I ed. Ott. Cook .iinii (t'llMieii nr hff-Tho affair did not last much more lsltlng astn.ivil iirjlns In U I1V1II licr hlstcr, .liw. Ur. ,1'oul, at than -- 0 minutes, but the work was "Su'lif.rii.,. (iUfuiv Jia.piii;i?ii; Mjitli r bloody. They drove the Confederates I.lwinioie. "WVll, wh,it L a. Hi.Y,ihjvvrtr" AtinKtj). Seinoie ami from their support with the bayonet. lleimvt d'il,)l.ti.ihy ot uiiny'ftom "" The guns were spiked, and the col- liaid gone to Illinois. mi I hr.ltc.l a ir!it in t;ie pauVr). J. ' ored boys had to fall down along the .Mrjt. Alva Calloway ami .Mm. ilhih ite.i. P'.tlKttt'.H, . wator's dge under the bank of tho nett. of In out- - 111MU river, while the enemy ran along recently to wo tlulr ,iuMit, ,Alrfc. J.liiir OLATON. above them and shot down on thera.L CiiiivnitiigH who Is, ipilUi 111 m uw himio V,t. SSI -- Tioin li. OtMM.'ii wiu J'eie f' " ' In his report of this charge, Gen- -' or 5lr.s. "Jhia" Allen. ljnsaiiii.(vr,t, Hn.riul ilai not ivi ' eral Granger says: "We lost 40 killed and wounded," nnd up to that tlmo All Ktlwl Jliiiittr ,M 4elurie.l fi.im of lia I.n,t1llrlr.n.w, Kivd a'amcM. ft visit fy, SIIvwh K.tlu i,vi i tlla.i- our loss amounted to 80. Mlw Uoliml., n. yiKr Brui 1(t aicilr I ' In the forenoon of October 29 the kliut mar Ilnitfonl. a.s tlie innul of lHn,r rpiuneiV.'r1 I lr'n'k ''' enemy begau to withdraw, and I was ' """ ",w""umw h'1" "r una fouiiu ilminK tlw weeW-ti- .l JilglU .u.d Sunday ll at the plaoo where thin battery had nrtKv k,wi1,h Mr. Urn MMlrty and WTlfe, of IUr,. . stood, aud It was a place of blood Mr. undiliK s. J. UuMkhiH cai Jlmi. Ki,s,,a: Mlh, mai, Al lv,Ull, j, without a doubt. Prior to this charge "" ' ' Hiniehyr, Kriedii'ntl, lv-- , CapL Albert F. Beach, Battery A. 1st ilr.-anMis. !,. ..M.ntr.n. trf CVm'il Ku,l8 of .1 ... Al, ,. ,i Tenn., had taken two sectfuus of bia Ity em of M,r. .Mr, Sa ,Uy att .rnu jvl,l;0 guns up ou the north sldo of tho rlv rllV V. U- 9 ilo.tm and utlw UBtwVvk. to tltJt ,Mr. um, Mr.'!), C, or, opposlto tlie Confederate battery, illn. Mr. C. llmitr M h.1,1 the .fair, MIa. W,nilllIl (1er , riWei, and they fought an artillery duel ' of U, fU, r. M. 8. T. xtan',Ui Iluivter. do- - n wt ,a jn,,',,,,. across thu river, and Beach aucoeod H"av-1- , t Mr. lilnuindkon. f near ,mim l.lnio, ntu,t njvl iMn mA'wi H" ' ed In blowing up two of their cais- Soulli'rlauil. ero In ,lla,tlfM-- ( ,u, buobieva.'Atie, Lit'-(sons, which killed quite a number of Mr. l.et AiMhiRtoii, '; Klrtl..y, Ky .1 I ji.ui of lust i them, aud this was evident on Um lu wur Wli midst muklnif imolus.syi. ilr. arvi Jir. iuJm r. iXlln I'nt "'" ground. I 1 f 1 consul-natiocm IV'nU-itiwnw-- i-ii il.-r iliiiik-hti'i- -, I eiiiBhlrig hivIIh I UkoiKjlt 1 kiil.l ill'. "" , .. ,., - Mm, T. It, IUmaidnalil,WIHr,Mar day at, UohIivo na Kte "guts-- t rrf und UtluL 11m at tfuialllioui Satufdiy Mien's ,wlf. jrcuU, D. C.UIcn -- A ml r" Hfc"''WK "iiff 'V Tg- - STIXW KWlV "Srwyf'S "r;7V''",,r'r',l'ir'" I "l,"!?" '"."f HIJTrjlvW Inew fr rifle sight Hit invented price of pearls going Up ' Warksmsn Mutt Aim for Spot Below Target to Make Sure of a I Military authorities and big game American Jewelers, However, Art Utlni Them Extensively and Seem Ingly Have Large Supply. Reports from abroad foretell a rise tho prlco of pearls, but nevertheless 'io high class Jewelern are preparing pearl mo of the most elaborate lewelsf ever shown In this coufitry. Fes- ,00, necklaces, corsage ornaments und tiaras are some of the larger while rings, bracelets, pins and , brooches, pendants, watches, chains und earrings arc all pearl mounted. Although quantities of pearls aro be ing used, the quality Is well above the lei .Maun " l.nnt Inntnlair And ntfAH " hon the European markets have gems only a scattering of tho finest merchants here nave somo spienaia pearls and arc only inconvenienced when they are called upon to match those of unusual shape or tint; otherwise the market seems to be well stocked. A'dull market Is not expected on ac rount of, the advance In price, but rather the Jewelers aro looking forward to added Interest and lively trading. A remarkable rope necklace priced al$7r0,000 vns seen lately that puta to flight the notion that finely shaped pearls are becoming scarce, ror in this one tho gems are wonderfully matched throughout the entire length of Its 60 I inches. The necklaces that sell for from I2C.00O to $50,000 can bo found I at any of the best shops. In PECULIAR CONDUCT OF POLLY'S QUEER VISITOR By CLAUQINK SISfJON. I WAYS OF RUBBER TA. . Natives of Mozambique ' Cither V Incision or Cook and Pound the Bark. There are at present in use two natlro methods of extracting rubber. The flrM, that of Incision or tapping, Is 'followed by all natives south ot the, Zambesi Valley, and It produces a rubber known as Mozambique pink, second only to best Para on the European market The other method of extraction, known as. pounding, Is generally foltowed In the Mozambique and other northern districts. There the bark is stripped from the roots of the vines or from the vines and is cooked over a slow Are and pounded until the bark is finally pounded out, leaving a mass of rubber In all stages of crudity. This rubber la known as , Mozambique rooty. It Is classed very low, but a large concern now pperatlng In the Mozambique district has perfected the system of pounding to the point of producing a rubber which la rapidly approaching the classification of Mozambique pink. A strange truth baa come to light in regard to the landolphia, and that Is that while vines are frequently killed by Incision or tapping, this seldom happens with the vine which Is cut down almost.to the ground after maturity. It Is also a notable fact that large sections of the root of a vine can be dug up and cut off without killing the vine. In the Mozambique district there are places where natives have been cutting roots from the same vines year after year. The recognition of this fact will make an enormous difference In the estimates of the capacity of the forests. TJ. S. Consular Report high-grado Condensed Statement of Condition -- r v . OK T1IK - I hunters are much Interested In a new rifle sighting system that Is designed to eliminate the necessity for estl- - mating distances and adjusting sights n long range shooting. Of the neirntlvp ancle avitem. aa the. Intention Is called. Sir George .Green hill, a noted English balllstlcal ex pert, said In a recent lecture: "The n new system proven that since the of firearms our method of sighting . . i re active service rine nnng nas oeen wrong. The Invention Is likely to bring about a revolution in the art of hooting. In brief, the system utilizes the well known fact that the apparent size of a object decreases as the distance Increases. The user of the negative angle sight is Instructed to sight at a point the height of the object under It If the arm were the army rifle and Ike target a man, the point of aiming would be about five feet six Inches be Jow the man's feet. With the regulation ammunition as furnished for the array rifle, the negative angle system will Insure bits on the man target at all ranges from 100 to 82G yards. which Is an Increase of about 300 yards over the range of the present battle sight. At first It would appear that some trouble might be met in sighting. However, no difficulty whatever Ib orl-jrla ijibc I . k j"'i shivered under tho sheets and at i o'clock when tho eastern sky was a faint yellow and tha birds wero sing, ing In tho tall locusts uho turned her face to the wall and slept for ten de llcloua minutes. The screeching of the pump chain at tho back door brought her trembling to the floor and she tiptoed U the window and looked out, her eyea heavy with weariness. llefore tho pump stood a tall young man clad In spotless white yachting clothes. His fair hair was guiltless ol covering. He was drinking water from a bright tin dipper. Polly watched him with bated breath as one watches an apparition, expecting it to vanish in thin air. But he did .not vanish. Polly raised the window a few cautious Inches and spoke gruffly. "Do you want anything?" she Inquired Inhospitably. Tho stranger turned a pair of very blue eyes toward her. It was evident that he could not see her, hut ha stared at the shutter. "Yes," he replied deliberately, "yoa may bring me half a cup of tea, halt a cup of coffee and a few waffles." "Is that all?" murmured Polly meek "And make haste, please," he added, hand toward her. waving a Polly locked the window and hastened to the kitchen which was a dark and deserted as any kitchen would be at 4:30 on a June morning with mistress and maids away from home. Polly made a hot Are of pine kindlings, set on the waffle iron to heat, filled the tea kettle, and ran upstairs to dress. Heronly thought was to .feed and get rid of the queerly be haved stranger on tne rront porcn. Presently she groped her way through the smoke filled kitchen with a tray containing crisp waffles and butter, a cup of tea and a cup of coffee with the necessary sugar and cream. Cautiously she opened the back door and placed the tray on the bench outside. Then she the door and hastened to the front window. "Your breakfast Is ready on the back porch." announced Polly through a crack of the window. "Thank ou." he said alertly, and hurried down the steps. He stopped short at sight of the breakfast tray and shook his head. Then he grasped the coffee cup and poured half Its contents upon the grounds He repeated the .operation with the tea cup. Then he sat down on the steps and proceeded to consume (he waffles, drinking first a swallow of tea and then a swallow of Suddenly he leaped to his coffee. feet, swept his cap off and addressed the kitchen door: "Farewell, fair waffleri" he ejaculated, and stalked away. Polly Wlthara watched until his tall form-hadisappeared down a wooded road that led to the village. Then she tat down on the floor and alternately laughed and cried. Later In the morning she drove her little car down to the postofflce. As she passed the livery stable she noticed that the newly washed carriages were ranged along the curbstone. On the front seat of a horseless surrey sat her visitor of 'the morn-lag.'- a roe In his lapel. A laprobe was carefully spread over his knees and ne was sitting very straight and staring right over the heads of the Indignant liveryman and the village constable. The constable rubbed his ear with a polished stick of authority. "Come down outer there, young feller," he d d All night long Polly Witham had iseaver Dam Deposit Bank 0 At i "KH i AVER DAM, KY. Business June 29, 1912. tie Close of R . UKCES LIABILITIES. Capital $tock Surplus Dividend No. Deposits $25,000.00, naand'Discounts.SlDT.OlS.ae h in Safe 11,94.43 h in Other Banks. 52,803.62 M.cka and Bonds 17,604.00 Overdrafts 540.33 Real II t 27,822.1o' 30 1,250.00 227,742.54 Estate.Fumiture and Fixtures Total 2,000.00 $281,814.64 Total $281,814.64 The Only Batik In the County on the Honor Roll, Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. I iy. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARN ARDt President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. j S'S.SLlSi !?Lflv ' conveniently ularly as the man . IS GETTING READY FOR WAR heights. The efforts made by the powers The new system is the invention of an Englishman, who ltE, in o'Abv In.'a have on the Wag's pr re at a recent r;ng-- , conBtraned tue Aby.B,nlan govern. Hsh national shoot and wto ta cartrldge faclory ,n crcct fclgh up In the -- ame contest on AdU Ababa The he ,,. Other OCeaSloaS. ,nmlfnrtiirln- - ntnnt hns heen purchased in Germany, and has a ten million cartFOR JESSE JAMES capacity to turn-oCALLED ridges a year. ' destined to receive .it Frank More Inalsted Noted Bandit .has already been completed and be Must Be Proprietor of the machinery has been d spatched from Fashionable Hotel. 'Germany and la about to arrive at ' Ahaba. The factory will have a Frank V. Morse, one of the best attached for the repair of dramatic press agents, and the most workshop weapons, In- - which from o Incessant talkers In the world, walked military thousand hotel In Chicago teen thousand to twenty year a fashionable The e can be repaired every one evening; and wrote on the regis- anS ter the set of peculiar hieroglyphic. Jwhich he I. pleased to call hi. signa' work In Adls Ababa. Power will muc fci will yon charge at for their cartr, fact wil ther factories In the cap r?m rdJ?.ih,? se-orut The-bulldlflf-nt- Is Abyssinian Government Erects a Cart the spot to afford a gauge, very much ridge Factory and Shop for anlike a foot rule photographed with Repair of Firearms. other object to indicate comparative on MODERN WOMAN AS FARMER In Qs'OsrgsTqrQnrQqsOaTqrqrOrvir" One Found Massachusetts Who Is College Bred, Cultured and Very Successful. AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER There Is a woman farmer, living In a suburb of Plymouth, Mass., who is tor of the extension work of the Massachusetts agricultural college, aa'far and away the most successful and altogether the most worthwhile person of the feminine gender drawing her from Mother Earth, and pay-envel- From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return considered by William D. Hurd, direc- car meets all trains'. Telephone or call. Mt Jour stable when you want to leave. w; an iLmQ; - ?"" "udd ".nd 'JfeX plant-Fra- "L him. "Tea, yea." said Morse, with ex- tram urbanity. "Quite ao. Now Iwould like to see Mr. James. Wr,M hydroelectric furter Zeltuag. i j nk- . ; "you can't 'kW me," said Moree i antriiy. "i want to see Mr, James. Coal Company Reorganized. the proprietor of thla hotel, and I w AtfrXUtK, k .We s,t. want to see mm qoica. i memo r, Btarf canivl Coal Guuinaiiy li- re- , Jesse James, the most notorious roo- t,"!, My- ,t',l", '" " times-bro- ther ot,or",,,u"1 '" her1 of modern r lVankfort. u,n pr.ia-ni- . a:.i wiw..... laua.. " Ponular Magaxine. Ju.j(t, nu cherry, of Temi., was plalny worried. A boil sore .fcl.Sn ' l ' S'e"'1 ,1cU,, -.. Z.""and lone wrlsted .ill remedks. -- I ww. aoiei, exciaimeu mune. n u ' son to the nolnt. he grew very thought-t it w.-- n can,.- i.o .wrote peevish when the clerk Insisted that "At ia- I u?d iiuckin'H AmiiA Kaiv. uirptl." Owe bums, lfr JinM warn not the nronrietor of anl wai the hotel, and that no Mr. James was toii. nirn, vuis. i.miw m iUcf. r. . nl.s u,t all ilrnutilsta. h the house. Helps a Judge In Bad Fix e,' " nusi m. "Sr.JL'rr.'U.r: , ". ,w -- - omi, mpk "" , 1 century-olNew England farmhouse, set at the front of its own two hundred acres (which this woman act , farmer has reclaimed and cultivated gj under the roost .modern scientific methods) and buttressed at the 'back by Its own outbuildings for the pure white pigs; the Holsteln cattle; the delicately STFETY MINE CAR tlnteduBiOt Orpington Bullets; the and AT MCHENRY greenhouses; and the high and broad and original old barn red, for young stock, painted with a tower-pointe-d silo nestling Exhibition Government Mine Car corner of It." Suburban Life Mac azlne. Will be Shown fire-place- d d clean-as-a-whpure-bloodwedding-shower-bouqufuneral-plllows-of-pead in-th- tured and charming sort of college-brewoman that can be imagined. "She Uvea in a great and .wide and d she Is Just the moat refined and cul- COOPfeR &, C6 Jrletsrtforrdi, K.y. j"v.m i i j j 1 at . . -- Frequently miners who linve not phystealMIlluI'1ha.W!fJ$eejn, the -- suffer-- Paper Dolls. K - .Tiie Erery mother who bas little dauzsr! ters to asause In rainy weather will often resort to paper dolls. Children always derlra a great amount of pleasure dressing these, and many an otherwise tedious hour Is spent In thla msnner. Beautiful dolls, from six to nine Inches tall, ready to dress, may be purchased for from fire to ten cents. If you desire to make your own dolls, take a piece of stiff cardboard and draw a head and , body, using the purchased doll for a model. Draw the eyes, nose, mouthy eyebrows, ears and balr. With water colors paint the features the desired Soon. D. 3, n, al. mmmmmmmmmmmmmimtt . ... I Ik. u th0 Urv newest shades this season. '& K. Itillrojfl uU luu. Up Knli you knew it last year by I veivument of tho iirrity, Perhaps name, but mini . si.ty oimcm of Vw cry fitwt some entirely different there can be no monotony in color any l0ii3ivJ iv.M. wiui wins nmnluK (fifty more than In skirts or waists. Last .on 1lK)a tuuk, win ie wvrkjui. i:. year we. borrpwea tne naroea loraomo V.1V)U uj.cruiiou will IwrIh In tin? , 01 me lasnionnoie coium irum ... to inm.i.v?.! ;nUu. irnvt Mlt. and the flower, la many u, flW u xnia season we seem a oe tuunut, "'0 flown a peg, and have gone off Into tho j''"0 insplra- vegetable garden for our uuu It is notxjnly eggplant purple, but lettuce and artichoke greens, radish A Nervous Woman Find pink, tomato red and potato brown. Relief After Many These are fashionable names 'or Women who suffer from extreme colors. But all of them are esed more or less aa trimming touches, nervousness often cnJurc much suffering before finding any relief. lor we still have many somber shades jhat are the height of style. Seal, Mrs. Daniel Kintner, of Defiance, brown, 'taupe and midnight blue are O., had such an experience, regard lcldedly the vogue. Woman's Home, ins which she says: Companion. "I had stomach l.c-u- Ep.ant "urVlel t. YeJ. SSTta. i.1.1. f 'ay tK)ir. Uitt. vt Hntfmy ami jceivral1 lU cjsurtr Jiiwnr Tie -- -" " 'J. - c.,;K iasn-lonab- le Year' eighteen years old tie Chance to Reform Woman'e Garb. that broke down "Why." demanded the Erratic Tnlnk-- ( .my health, and for r( "should men criticise women's garb years I suffered with nervousness, and, attempt to tell there what to wear1 headache, .InUlfcs-tlo- n and 'what not to wear? If women and nervous will persist in wearlng'gowne bo tight apastns. Tha ' K. have been appjled ?BB spasms Rot so bad that they spnear. to I would have .them with .a paint brush what Is It, to us? three or four times And ItfBome. of them are.bovw ; a week. After g ' ir-e- r well, that's their business, top.j nearly every And lastly, my brethren,' Ifwej at-- j r o jn e d y I began tbemvto wear-arileapt to compel taklnr Dr. Miles' tort at garment or prevent them frrtaa Jervn nn,d must nay lt(lielped me wearing 'any other sort of garb, they wonderfully. II liavojmd no severe nerv won't wear It, or they .will" wear It, he ousntHs fur several years.''- MRS. DAN KINTNER. taste we have tried-t- stake then .do) I'leasant Bt., DclUnce, O. tha opposite. 8o,. It seems, to roef that where we get ol now. la just ex-Many remedies are recommended . actlT where we Bkot on in ue.niw1 for. diseases of the nervous system place." that fail to produce results because they do not reach the scat of the Not Worth Much. . trouble. "Dr. Miles' Nervine lias Tho Biihiirhiin'fumrano had lust la ished trilling at the charity concert proven its value in such cases -- so many vtlmcs t'.-- t ik u uitnccc .ry "What do you think or ner?' asa turning to ed a local- enthusiast, ala neighbor, a cynic from the city. your C. ljprove its V.u 1TT a "Not mupli!" snapped the oyulc. getting a ,,vr tin , the surprised "Why, man," returned t'ls who w','', x luburbanite, "she is sold to possess a .( receive ivo fortune In her throat!" ; "V. r"" t'Mnybo, ninybe; but she bad bet-le- r 0 -' mili3 :.;z-:c.- ,.. try to raiso money on It They) not I ue false notes." try-Inrecoia-mended. I trouble when I was i.ir lo..;c! - ?.- The stranger smiled patronVzlngly. man, be good enough to bring me half a cup of tea and half a cup of coffee." he said. As the words died on his lips, the stranger's face grew pale and gaunt. His head drooped and he crumpled down on the seat. "Ah!", cried Impulsive Polly, as tha little crowd of onlookers held back from assisting the stricken man.. "Can't you see that he Is 111? Help him Into my car. constable he's a friend of ours," she lied. In a few moments Polly was racing toward home with the .constable supporting the unconscious man In tho seat beside her. ' Late that afternoon a, little party ot yachtsmen called at the Witham home and Inquired for Polly'a Invalid who had retained consciousness only 'to sink Into a deep slumber. They ex plained to roily mat ine stranger was Paul Ajnory, owner et the yacht anchored In the hay below. Mr. Amory ti'ad been' suffering from sunstroke" arid had eluded his watchers and left the vessel la the night. Two weeks later, 'long after Mr. and had returned home, Mrs. Witham Paul Amory, quite recovered from' his Illness, took his departure. "Mlsa Polly," said Amory, ."slnca I've been convalescent, I've been remembering, some funny things' that happened before you befriended ma ' that morning." "Yea?" asked Polly, blushing a little. "You are the fair waSer?" he smiled' down at her. "1 am the waffler," admitted Polly solemnly "And thp half cups were you not frightened?" , "1 was and yet It was funny, too." "VVell I wonder If" you'll forglva 'riien for all tho trouble 1'vo caused you nud if you will let mo return fpiili) uiiy ur i.. uiiivi v'.i'o. V r small ono. His hanolctosed ov Polly. "I hope )ou will." faltered "My. good Sea-drift, rasped,. gaftity par Up. Bureau of Mines, Xji charge ot illnr Feronuyi, Jesse Henson and a crw of expert miners, will reiwli Central City. ,i Ky., on November 3. at U:M a. jn. T,ha Finished.. Survey For will be on exhibition tha day, until car KvAna,vlIlc, Ind., Nov, 2. It Is expect12:21 P. m., at which time It wll( iea.ve ot flirlt pn t)m extension ed ithat tar Slcllenry. Kentucky. n Hindrerson and Owntslp-Tractiomine &uVV var ls ona of elKnt Hils Company bum K., Ravine nervl'e i tha constitute .the lllte if tin. Uureau of JUiu-- s for Uie rescue of. to OwensbUono, Ky., wHll ntaplt 'n If7 tints. hap ibpen fin minora In time of disaster. KacIi car few weeks, ap tfio sin-vLovely dresses may be fashioned IieHbarrlsllli9 ao.l. Is fully manned by a corps of miners ladled l Uiroush 'Jon. from crepe and tissue paper; which trained In rcicue v.ork anJ ttiuippyd SotrIio, aal a iiKulfru bridge comes In all tints and shades, plain, LvlUi nml built aciiuss" tlreen Itbvitr. 1L I" an- the latest rescue apparali? in plaid designs. Supfigured and to Mm Injured and if rau.ly at iouioed Uialt jcars .will no, runjnlns ot plied with a pair of scissors, a bottle first aid first of ttiV bv ' blue of mucilage and the paper, children a vnomeixt's notlw .to proceed to th tlie ievtanslon jnipn hefo .,r a disaster, where rtlie rescue year. JVUlread and can create many pretty costumes for with tle state Ucllcvc itliat Ute road twill evpnitiaiUto' bo- oarj". bi the paper doll. VkHI do uvct tiling extand.l Ircm jQwpiD p AU'ioum oCficlala mlnltiB Ky., and paviibjy- and Jinjpkln-tvJJlc- , poiutblo to iwve entombed mlneta. i Unsocial Socialist x colony near Tha saftiK of human life J3 the to Nasltvllle, IVmn. At Arden, the single-taPhiladelphia, they tell a Btory .about - ', fea,Uire of a Kneral Upton Sinclair. n- of educatUwil "Nnoirk nmion; the mlnars Mr. Sinclair was having a good CAD CI CTniMB'C wro will 'not only bo tofiht tlw we t deal of trouble, both domestic and rescue apparatus, but also ,the proper political, at Arden, and at the. height of" an Injured minor. of this trouble he took the train one way .to take care TJicno will nlro bo Illustrated leutuits & day for Philadelphia. A group of Jovial drummers sat on itlio u(s of eplosles, electukal near bint la i the smoking car. 'One nieut In tho mines, ure icvinu'i, of them, nodding In his direction, said sanlu'lion and first aid surfi'cal treatto a friend: ment. These lecture arifi to be sVutn In "Who la that silent, grim, frowa- - 0fi car whenever a sullablu m:lnjr 'BBBBBBBBBBnBHllBBBBBBBM ln. rhan m.r there? lie looks as plaoo can noit be pnocud. rPPPPPPPPPPpaBMflSIBBBBBBa though be .loathed all mankind. Who eteUl oxyn Thp car contain anyooay so unis beT I, never saw a""suppfy ol "oxygen In" tanks, otw social" : ' "HlnT Oh, he'a a Socialist," was Joxcn raftfy lamps, ono ftfldMele-phoitthe reply. with Z.WQ tsct of wine, a lollapslb.o stsel mine case lor ctrwrj;enJCJti. ft 'aDDaratus Known ns .tho pui- Disarming Powers of Ivll. very Interesting custom has just motoj tor javlviriB asphyxiated nJlnorB A been carried eut by tha Arab popula and a ,moll outfit lor use In deimonau-i-Jljtion or Tripoli, several auge cranes Orv end of . .-- a for salvage work recently arrived of the car Is titled, up- . Valhbf la BUM1 air tlsl't from Genoa, but before any ot tha Ham thSA ClSST. . Steady room Ut be usd ' In ltit3uln' nuiii !" llgbt .ensure this 'by 'gcttink the COO Arab workmen could be In cxyK tbe ou-- that burns clear Andv duced to start operations, tbe Moslem the uti of t,le clean without a tucker down' to nrlnta were summoned. Then began room.1.- will ho - filled with noxtoUs fiuiui, the ' last drop, , Pennsylvania . - ...t....Un.iM i. llm .li.ilm.rf-- l will crude oil rellned to perfection. he celebration ot an elaborate rite, Coits no more than the tank during Which a large number or young renssin InMJo for two Iwurs Jn an ONt.t watOn kind saves (nmbs were Immolated on the altar. eyes. Ui.i would kill wttlipivt eaves VORK--uv- os Your dealer lias BOUTfei OIL. Tbe new salvage plant was smeared" TjteH) are the lielimats that noinilt in barrels direct from our from top to bottom by tno priests witn ono Li mter a inln-- biujieillately works. IH the blood of the victims, and the cerenn exj'!iuliii), vjillo It mony concluded with :t sacred dance fllU-Chas. C. S Ofl Co. s. an'l bititli with joUnoua After this tho around tho cranes. Al" litltiKW LcmlsvUle. My.' Arabs Set themselves Joyfully to worlt artificially. Vho abtinco of Refinery at Wnrrcn, I'Jiltcl In th t Kitxt In tho nssuranco that tlm powers of Wo eoll tho- eolebrated "JCo to(rs, uu1 11 Is belleied, reylt.d J.t evil ad been effectively paralyzed. tarn-tuw. yu. ; u jiitaUir low of lla U"a wart SV-tf- li Oct. of the United C. lrte nine to ale slowly ppm (Uve injnait- Uon of Uv poisonous gnaes. Ha4 it beea possible to reach ..there men iwlth-- ln a few hours, yiefr-Uithelr saved. The helmets- Qhqrry mine wh wofrth at Oie the rescuers sufc&ded' In' ge&iig itjwieiity-me- n out alive after th,ey nad'.fieefi entombed. seen day. In o number of.ot'.V)r-lns,tanciVed frin miners tiave'tnen terrible deaths by tho prompt uorlyal ot ' the hilmeted jpscuerw vs pliant-ihavo-bepno-ve- il) 4 4 ii CASTORIA. load nitiimm.; - ry ,llltlo i.ia trnon Oh.il d re Gjr ' CAStri5RI A. IbKshTbbP9bMBPbI' wyBsgDisHaBT-- n thr wan msstsm (- j ) 1 -- Ka-e- WI P. ne-.ii- T &z -- tu 4, fc.vti - $ - I. !- I "" IN H $ T it' and Airs. Ieonn,nl Taj lor nnd AMUldr-jn- . Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Tpylor, Mr. Jnd Mrs. Arthur Ton! and ffilllMn Mr (HM ivvl Mini Il'i'.ii llnynes of m iv Moyd of rordsUIIe. Wpre, ot!Millp.t, ivlslfl .Ir?i. Stout her JuSoMif r Mr. Vllsll MHUr ,Ui1s vvMt. 'io Mns. H tidy .lluvvnril, i.M'fkn, EOITORS Ivr amil Mrs,Henry Mllllgan a fe v Rem- dijs s'"i 's lu.s ricjtutped l!nr. Will RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER Mrs. Greely's Mistake. Mm. lllhs MeOanty Is ull,d slu'k. AND PROPRIETORS. PUBLISHERS (TwncmmMi Amos Curiyn.ln.s tell the Not Mr. .1Vui Jlrtuier visited ,bls f'dlmvlng tSpry about inn experience '.e b .Mis. Jtunler of Illvlile SuniMy. to nve had 4Ui .Horace Greolej: Address all communication Jlr. Npvvnnn JlflTlen pnd Mr. Jim y. One day 1 went oiittp s,rp Olio-leci,Jinjent jlifiuse" Hartford Republican. 1 Cliiiiiilfrs will Utinnpniiui, about svne nyvsfliper Interstate Dommerce Board Takes on thplr farms, wui. at busbies, IN o ol't e.ntlnmii saw 'no Mrs. rlilna Dimcan and Miss Sill'o Steps To Prevent Indus- -' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS coming as he stoqJ. looklmr otfl of the Kord wvro In Whites Hip piipersent to a now .Imltlnn th luaiiakhig the wIn,lpwVind ppen'd iCe ,W himself. Mr. Hen Swopo Is ipiltj sick wlt'l Paralysis. tddrfM matt Rite the old address '0me Inlwinc Amo,' ho mW, ' rlreunintlsm. reqae.1. Unsolicited ninniiocrlpU will not be returned he led me Into the pirtir. Mr. nmt Mrs. John Hhordon are (visitBBleMBtvoinpnnledbr ponlmre. I folluftid him Intp tliw roo,mf anil no I villi SlwirUw ing In Mlsfourl. XovemtK-WnlilnRton, Anonymous cumiiinnkntluim nx I was going ito remain only it min Mr. and Sirs. Dudley Haivy! (h.io attention. of frelglit curs jlhc nvcntiro of n ute, I laJl my hpt, glows, uml pane from a weeks ivUlt .In H'p K famine and' Industrial p.iraly!s In some returned "recj-nml I hsul upon n ecnlnc-tpblcountry, Ivns boieoiive so on ridge Co. XS&IBI'ISOITS. In n tal't. paits of tins .,,.123 Just ImmcrsM tVniimerec ivx.. serloiM tHtt ti'ie lnteivUite wjhen Mr. (IneeV.v nvvept Intp Uie frpom iwippswl ito sldpiK'i Last Call for Taxes. I etfitencd, !ir pvm fell Commission The moment she 8. nnd rallroids 'drastic re)3onunf,niUllo is Deputy Sheriff f W. C. litrp will bo FRIDAY, Noviaiiu: nn Indignantly won my lint. with a thinly velhsl In fir Its enne '" the table. Without a (wo-- nt the following placets on d ly limited a tlmntlan that should they fitli to rem- to collect jour tnes: n'le .swooped tipon the outfit like Frosty mornings have tliclr dravvbi It el- - the sltiutlou fie tlvirw Uvnn vat the winamong which l not t!ie Lmlivvluiat pake Xuirows, Monday Nov timber 11, self would find a vw to do ifi. dow. Then she Wt the room, wltfiout deihiied ",The coii'llti'nn Is ne'ile," The electron Is pver nml lito pausing for speech, Ois one who bad Station, Monday, Xov. II. e Commissioner rrn,iklln K. il..i.n,, who Davidson party should be given a clian-tlie Uli'fi tatulit somtlody the hall for .several .weeks ,hns Ivtvti cundudtng nucrnoou to make pood. for xui.1i thins. 1 .was .Inclined to " "Great Institutions if the Obiton, Tucson j'. Xov., 12, forenoon. tin pt lry a trifle warm; but Greeley tf.rcitclief.i out an It Dan Station, Tucsdnj-- Xov. II, afterf Mlcliigm. " el'i.i'WHtraled cpunlri the Vnlverrlty' .lias be-- n pifiity It way, nnd ilopneienitp'j' presi- his hand In a prie'l-retll- y noon.' pay to steal for" Instance that !t don't L- VOOL dimmi inn wltli the rpaimrk, 'Noer Vt Ann At bur, out of fuel and nivnot pet it Horse Ilianch, Wcclnrwlnj', Xov. I'.l dential nomination. mind, Amos: she tiiuucfit tlin'j (fiv " because t,hne nr cno c.ux for Uh trans- forenoon. ' Is , Xov. in. uf-- j off with pne wni inln'e." l.lppliieot,t. Turkey Is no rfiinctlv White Run, AVcdnesdnj-portation. It nn ImnuslUV In the meanvf thl ready-tternoon. tlian It Is on wltli ona'ier. Is not found, people in paits In BEAVER DAM time H Is iVif'lln' to death. Select, Prldnj-- , Xov. 15, forenoon. country will be freezing' to Mtvtt'i lfe of Mr Oct. Si. lloin to the llnlzetoNvn, Pildnj, Xov. 11 nfteiiioon. of tlielr Inijilllty ,to rfet roil." a Invented a Jm.c n lTth Inst.. Army the J. 1. Mi'lvlnney tp ilia,.N The ear shortage is i:olne, Snturdnj-- , Xov. If. It Ull mlth-cu- t little Iniy who onlv nslslesf aeroplane; hut can three hnuis. lis bt-We Arnold, Slondaj, Xovv 1, founoon. found tio be due In part to ilelv j. he dull islckfnlns thud? remains were Intel ed In lioehester Xov.-Kunloading cms, the f.low mov.pueiit afternoon. In llenfrovv, Mondaj, Mrs. McKlmu-- Is lmpiolmr. nnotnlus' nrej of fielght pni and rUliuo ot fullroa is The present fine frO-- t Mt. Pleasant, Tuiduy, Xov Ill, f'MO- I.ltei.irj Club nut with Tlie Wom.ins' ou fall very bjucliift, but ome,hw to tetuin ems to the lines owjilug them noon. list Thuisdaj- - nlijlit. In this laUr cntp. It Is sitd. rail Miss Andry think of this when ou hiuo to t up. T. J I. BLACI, Khrritf, Adv Kot meet In? wilt be wlUi Mi. II. i roads hold cms, paln. n innjnii In AVIKcill" nd it'ie Djniner.itle ItiimmaKe. HmnrlMr c'vaige for their use. T'lls tne com v Resolution of Respect. party ililnow be tomptlleil to entertalntd the ilfson"diu)Unc.es su 'lucitililiig less t'l.tn Austin Mntle Mls ililr h.inll nml Iry to fulfill t!u Stnlor chuvs of the W. 1C. f., ot the tlveift." Tin linestJgatlon of slu.v nvve- - Roxolutlnni of the llaitforl Iopl A. y promts . ready-to-we- ar , home of Mr. C. I'. Austin nn list metit of freights divtWpcd that n fnlg t S. of 11. Xo. 001. Is the form r evening. Miss Marie Wherena. The grisU and ,suir,omp 11I-- 1 l twunty nilllis n at bet nbuut enTlie arm "j'Jiu-- e prcssiit class. while on was nvJvliig thltUe'i lrr of .Uie Universes Jws; In HI" 'n'1 and ter prktstliau ever before. .IVIiy can't teacher of thnt Presl'V worp that were: Mesns. rrnnk lUmes, nlte wisdom leinoved from cimwig ils.u.io standing ntlll. we all tfuy UuoubIi the Cp.niitl8S.ii ECJ3H meu.- -' Grav. i:Mrd LcaehsMNses Anna RUl'es T.'ie ro'iinilsslcm and (.sUsiim:'l of our wuitiiy other makes Hi. ul lloikir, Mil ""Miller, X II bers, Dudley Tatum; tin J nt of the for Uv The onl nuns Unit w.juld Induce 'i' riummer. i:ilft MtKlnn, .Muijiurlte flelenpy ot the light einlpiart and Isolvod That In the dit'i of J' "'- in lmlns r1 III io,a! und lMlth' l'luinmei . to Imitate John V, er Tatum his f.ujilly has lo-- a frtlfi-fi- d tlie ii lief of th car s'lontase: in the fioiise vvould be a pitttj .Mtsfvcs Mnilc Austin and Kittle Uhoil" aaid devoted hm.li.Uid and fiitlip'. higher per diem rate shall "T(1,it visited Mi-sof Giwcinl'l-las- t blonde oiitintor at mob one. li. M. n gool and jfisivitfl lie mat 1,9 to apply for the use of i.ns is the comnuuiltj ut Saturday and Mindn. HVCOUPOKATCI), oltlr-etlie local a tnte ?uid wm-- t' ""npllatloii-aititllmlnitlns hvrtvcin tlMJ cirrlers. All fils Kv. 1)1. Oscar Klener, ot bo nt member. service "That an Uie no:d "o1m" fioni the niairtnse sert vlrlted his p.ucnUs, Mr. and M.it. jW'n jtti imw instituted wl)lcli sliall ,iiCip,,,.t o ' Ulvod. UVmt we e.ter.d vice will be a great aurprlsa to many In fits i Flner Inst Hund.ii- - and Monda. family our sjneoie sjnxp.ithj the lomnilrsloii vlolatlcrns of th" lines wyhtic,!! wlio never knew It fis In there. Mr. H. 1. Taj lor, of rrlnceton, existing wuhh ne inUndtd to Inline tfvIr sad lxs'iai'inent, rcinlnd'rr tlfio Ten thous.ind people, marvihul In !"'i was In town Satunljj and riundaj cr. to tin ho.ne that Iod tlirvtli all things well. .n-- l the iiluin ot C'lulpincnt paiade In jNYashlniston business. g fi , fill t ie while iviecan lo i line. reciitl, and iVjuWIoss many 'Vpiner l'ipf. 11. T. l'rnoter upont Saturda to the Mat-- I - void, wo would IKtlnt llw-otflcCaU be InstruttTVmt onnratlng tlisun all Die time. vKocp Joafeis" evpussed tlielr wonder with and Sunday tut ilils ,homc In Leitlifkld. ed to make fullei use of locomotives ar ! ter. who gives grace uml slrtvii,t;i in i, COL. DELPH ON y t,h' h.i,ri..ius Mrs. P. A. Ithoads nnd Mr. and litlU I the usual explelKeh. Judk'l fiilg 't eveij- - Jiour of nrv.il. the 'slitxtl of irs bjot hat Smtliu, Tel. ti?xins. An iveiag)j jaiveineJit of Itj" Itwolvied That n etiipv of thejw it,efo- hit-,tthe Chailes lilaikfurd, We'll la j uiU '"w,,I j,,M fal wi,wn .innt Sunday In Louisville. tut Hull wlw) las ju-mile per car Per. la' lutlons be sent to ,the bereaved f.i;n'Iv found Hum tvventj-fiv- e learned nstiproinvr Is also detiretl. A most enjoyable evjenhw; wa.s .spc'it copy ;pre:id upon ,tUe rscrds of tills Is not pdiuate to tip neVed ot Units a his tw ent--s- t i ntli comet touldn'.t find In anUdr Uuui Log tlajs pho last Saturday evening at the Jjivi u.1 sueli us this. An lnoiva,s.d ipet! ' organization, a cop printed In the lortI t the pocket In his wife's lic,s! with was iinl.in,uii ,mc the ii'vstlou is 'n- - cal paiis. ?len. ly tlie IVtsiun tar, movevnent Is tantamount to .jn a telesKpe t miles lone. J belnj? hii Itj and Hartford Ghapteii-Suggests Treatment of the Disease iiitiiially siu.vivslcvl vvh? Wc i,ln- cixDrcuuj-cnowii:i:. i In eeiulpment." It to two reasons, to wit: liut oiowd attenillj Kl.'o, tirease ooiHUilsslon's recptnnieuda.tlon''. The o'e" lnUieKoutitlf Uoni?neton j1 and n large eiur GOI.A CIX'II.. The as .Well as Preventative 'eviuntry Ki)lMiy then had serwd. largo tracs of Goiiiuiijltc. District sIiphh that In a tiiee,mn"o coins.!, (vein sent bioneVast as a circular to the raillpilmlval forikt In Die slia,lisl loi'iiv ,w(on over prJmaiy Ilooselt would (ha a good time. roads nnd shlppeis of tl I'nlteid Stpte'?. Methods. 'soil of wjilcli by at least 5,000 vpU's. Mr. U. M. Skoggs and Miss I5."i points out plui.J, various Taft 0LAT0N. tlmt the comment) nnd ln- orp ls)k and ollyts. on wlfis,. roots ti llleluudson wie united In 111n.11l.1ge "n -ot would reoeUe-imotes diKilcs of the United States Wilson "didns Instinct prompted ' them elites last Wednesday at the liqnie of the itfer great los vven- - a ear Rioi'lape to Xov. I. .Mis. Thomas Heniy Hqovvii x In a. alngte Notlvern ytatu itlian t'.o MpKgn Mill with the promises mad.. which kpt Computus r.umlevv in t'i tlindr organs bride. Sir. and Mis. iln goil ooiuluue. 1,1 points out that besides the, died at her home RooseveJt afil Tfilt i.otie cpniblnpd. He sldo In lVnviw Dam. i suffering which would follow p. e?a! nelghbonliood on Sundaj morning Xov. In our last Issue wo give to our Urpt'.ier he.UUiy condition. Kinwte&t mlnoriity nresl-dibe th will Sevjuibll) tho xifn of Ali.it tlnw .w s Itev. S. J. Thonip.son pivadw.d ,tvo famine from lack ot pars. Imlimti lc 3rd. Mrs. Jliovvn was a lUmrlilcr-ln-iav- v (armois tlio ciourso wo pi.. purMiijlw Kb . this countiy bus, ,et,r luul. n ilirforxnt brsd fiom .U the Metlipdlit tiiroughout e InUnPHtliii? I btop-pe- d the country would be or Air. Jack llrown, who ixvsldcs In tho our liogs Avlileili liavo reuiied them Inhig the "long nos-sB,ery tqunly In the IVnut'i lUlHtflot, uliuriJi hvt Sunday luoining and evenrouters' Wnl' h by lack of raw na,terlal und tn peo " Iniiiiiuu .both fiom iholeia as wvll Wtinu rustlers 1uo, same vlclnltj. exoopt on", save ltoosevelt a majpilH ing. Iug oiowiIh atteruleil. fiviu;il iuid Hook pie at large w ould suffer iserVous m,ba.r. Tho InspcsUor was Hvero list Weylne''- - as fipin oWur dlfuises ami which ln.it- - evrcise to piMiiote IwvUth. (this ills,trl:. Mrs. Wunen G,i- -i of houlsvllle wjs. rassment. , Tjaft Tuelay. ' eUy and was dilven over tho tirrl-tvjr- y ni"iit ,1s so synple, v wifti and so Hid jou liiear of cholera ajnnii was oted for TUft at UhJuaKM, ponitrary the Ruest of Mrs. Ltzzto ffuyjor lat pipiosvd 4 uml ipnjto X. easily given as to mudcr their ue wild hogs? On 41 ip to tli wishes of a Uisie majority or Sa,turlay nnd Suivluy. smrne lino of y What Texan Admira ( wlUiln tho Tfiu-l- i of venj" farmcM. tlavernf,s 18 Wi JiiIVh of a 1 nuisoiihig jou obtain itho ansWfir. Misses lltttlo and ltil,h HIUw Pf jUiyt-for- d Republicans. , vigorous life, according t lieartj-In kcp- Tin- - basko Idea Is cmbislleii popuLiled to'rrltoiry In ,th inb lsltud MUs Mary Stqwart, Sat- is Tlve bres luia Jieen supjilanUsl by Hugh Tullman, of S.in Antpnlo. "We orn W ihcar It predicted on M'e.ry linn I, urday and Sunday. lie Inc .tho hog In a nonmal luxdthy c,ci- - tlie less liaitly stervlite wo,uld Ther ' i vlilti . kind of today ho writes, "that Dr. iKInjs's Nvv et?ji,dl the r.esldints of .the lillrsn dltlioh and to maintain this mhvIUIiii hy bj-,by Dcnwrrpts tliciiisehen, (W.it Wll.'on Miss JOttvo llhoads lslticd One iHami-l- y fln,cl," of tltejr civvtnusUvI hulkl- Life Pills surely put new UCe and ener-- f go hito tl'p piesbleiiey iwltli Ills will lii- f, of Mr. II. 1). Tfivlpr.Pllnqeiton, Ky., Into u person. Wife and l believe thy Itock and Pnyton Schools. SIcGr.vly wo liav pursued tlw following course noss a Iv tlLem hoods "VfA linrd mid fdit. ,Ve Jiope c,m.,, tJJ ukju nrolHr ,,wciM rwH. Civpk fhuach and us ar Xmtih as with Win irom Vie mni,. ,i,ry we-.i lost week. for s,ton.. ShrnJVi'M jvslderuee on tho J'aitUisvlllu Cirrpwpd itho liest mad"." Kxcclk-n- t thU Is untrue but lepuwiibor J,lw t'uo lag ithun until tlwy rv'ie.vtd Mr.s. A. I,. Mill is Mwnd'ng a few are an rahler prey f cUsevike. ach, liver or kidney troubles. 2T, eta at road. of Ileury Wattorson. shambles, i Ilvtvij disease todaj' In hog dn,s In Ovvensboip, this "week. which drugglsUs. thplr constmt reach becvmes nvortally epidemic Is chissel 'Plaep wlt,uln Mr. John F. Allen will jUs eiiwaW--- ! Miss Jesslo MaddoN'T wjio clerks ln a all 'Jhe fleM waped for the Breut I'ro as traveling Umber dealer after Jan- piles' of nut sized tiltumliyi is coal ,whlch us (vlinkvra. Sow If this J,o ft fapt 't principles lias Just begun and store a Frledalniid, Ky., spunt SatKTessl HERBERT. uary 1st, 1913, and will bo stat'pned nt they will eat at .intervals as . natura has sjniptoms ' whleJi aro In confll.t pressed with jKor 'by a. ipatty urday und Sunday with lipr parent. will be , . ,, ot, Maddqx. IluixUtte ient?s-t- Paris, Teantfwe., ts wjilcli pldee. lis sugajwu to yiom As wscw. r,plu, on.ii wlt, lr. Krnest No.v. Mr. nnd iMrs. W. A. wlilch wltli only tluce flionllw pricui!.-i-tla. all know contpuw in its cln- - ,.,., dKB.,, vrvk as llaptlstj Hip TJio Iullts Aid of nnft tt hl. . 'Itself Into iua wlUi a Halloween party. A big will remove vrUhln tho next able to foj-chas boen ...n1l'. ivj. .i.. h...li..l !'c- -i Mr. Allen la a piucIIcaI' bunlmcs (man, a croiw'd was proMnt CliJik, ohuirji, Ba,ve Mrs. CV tlve condltloin of rfjip MtfXind'plK'p In Vip nation. povvyja and m MldJclff Is v'shlns M and liaa done niwsh for .thp unbuilding brSOsh. slio extracts troni wi'ileih othpr oanstbditlloni (w1qU olltgliu. surprise supnpr last Mpnday nlgilit Mis, Mrs. Grant jho dlstrloutlon of qiilck soon The of X)laton. DTo lias beyra an tfif Iclent P'Kit used In mmo epncpntrat,d folTns and ,y L, lv nioies to LouLs,vllle. :fh Owinsbtro. Uw dtognppll, to th jiunvwous A.ld .regrtts ery mucin igivlng4 up thlf M.r. 'i''ra,nk Clunbi' an I wife of v millet and redltH-ppt- r mauler, liavjiv? seivcd In tha,t papacify Blven for a 'IUoe purpose. dU vronK aryl itluvt y.ej' wo soldiery by the Turks, and flery Fwd every Xwb neeks nr thvis tlmo UmX alMfUXfli gpod member. ilsltcd rehetlvew heia l,cPent- - somp 16 or 18 jiears, alo lip wvui liaB nlwlffo. inrpp-- r Ui on Uie v-.of agenk, .Whlteoak iwnp 3U. an avcraso of Jno ear of conn to rc!iLna Uv8 Mr. G. A. Vtckers. of Otattrl pity, iy. oUvsr Jlk)Uro pwuinU,a. show that Uie IooJon wltr oor. Ky., Is visiting his iluuAbftqr (Mr3. MUs iF.unkcve Uale .wjw Is ajtendlnir W. O. W., Sefi.'y Krtevialurid (MASPiiii) 1WK. Um corn io bp idlppesl vliprouglily i tho Uuor cowt,n(lltlon , upfl ecu-lit.apnnli1irfnttheir Joe Sueatt. are ttfalihful tf etmiman. laundry aeon welted un4(K?8Uon of U)(B m QwoAslid't, CollefB vtajted h,cr pwnts lyodfio and owuer and inatiacer of u un81 ' i Uuclntss. (White thlruwd to tho ajropcr.ftorA'encj-- . nvvrchondlse , uivo tlwax jind Cvw and Mr. tind Mrs. Cfias. frlcjhenpr, iU. Mr. and Irs. Kd JUIsso Soitunday and Rreinal bo weekly n , Gl thfin spent liMt Suuday.' Mr, and Mm. Allenm ay probably boUi llbcl.sl renulrlnir" .. distinct treatnvrn ' i the la'- .Democracy won, a cry t uruulLs,fafltnr.v and Mrs. .Lalna Oldham Jtr. Frank Brunrr principal 'of On bo RTtatly benefited tn'ilwaWi by buo.'i quantity Alt to willed, pda.,Arr cvt ter often cured ",wlip ta'kti n im toun,ty 'iTnesda;. With Thursday visiting t)ie Oil (Ve41s near Mflry in C)h,lo me aWJ m,v Jolinfjon c,hool Icxlnetem United nh a jcihanSK,, a bujlnevis of this kind wPh aad tbe malleM ,vate cast iy .Uiat po.rty Hartford. MetU, , an tttAbllstvcd trade Is one ,wlilc St spoons .full pt,tW.J(rui paTcnta Saturday and Sunday, t0 s OIe CAHf, , ,ars .they detj.ted the for SMlphur i . In at takes years to acqulne. Sprtnklo.be, .apefk of Lt thai u, . A pratnaclcd laetstlnjf mill cursrfw aptbu COO. but laqk mix 000 of - j Mtjj. Dr. J. 8. Bean met iwned liome thorn ilborally.at lti Kiqop noni'fit Mt toV0 and .JUipubll-ca- n Nov. . A M'ly lueavy fuin fell at this Panther Creek church the third (Mon MUAltr thp Irpfr,(iSsVv o pbu'rJ I'rJday lUefit. onnduUtd iy the pastqr Frldy from Hairtfard .wlipro ft .visit " day nlKUt 8umjmAr)ilw tli o&r, Sopbltst our rwtaATks and counUia. Atrd onw.ilJ.lUig the ars. , ,Tnl, Mlevo td Dr. I l. llsan's. -- 4taMltflIM only ffw uni other vote tlmy art, .at leant a Mr. DiavJe Stullpr and fariilly tiavo He(V. Ucoriro II. Lawenpe. only destroy Hep o o,tTeniei.- -' 0mta.t lV,ln Mrs. Pprllua Dowpll, of CllfKmvMUli, .tneir mqviod to Xuyloitlold to snake Mr. and Mrs. John T. Smith pi nojr "wtWoli t thousand .behind In the founty. but will proWt.inJdBy Uu)KrtTO Utolr uncjo Mi. Wjh. Fprd, Ky., iiu.s beto vlfJtlng lier dapiitey, taJvto luioltu ,to hr,M future lionve. " tho Omnsboro from accumulating. ,To , Mrs. Wesley D. Duko, til, business last Sunday. cI)WR,)tsre tiun'fu-teMr. D, J. lymte of NatJouil OanunltVicman M ' wo,k umflif. the, J.O0. so .CleeJy as (n narwU . . tlip 9th. Mr. Carl Floyd has puncliuaed , farm at Qwensbaio Monda. Cullouch, Hta,U Chairman llranlus and , to prowd w, o,er.. Mm., V J. WJlsbn and llttlp flpuelit.4i-havillle, r Mr. Ctatid Duke mailp a business trip near AVeat 1'alnt and will nqve to ppk,xm Q Colleotor Itnp. of the Tall iparty. ,wre r uy be utlvaf ben hens frevn iHordsvHe sexier il Allcw then, .'nuiBi on Kra,,, soon. .Tuebday. to y (u. . cafrrted by tlv Abio iVoylo MUs Myrtle llurdMt. wiho rvinveiv (hpmo days an th guost erf Mrs. (WJbtj's edovtr "r om othpr titmi plwt food. tet , Mr. I.. D. Duko tianucted business for gu pUrjl0w county, 'tjtM lipmu of (VlUictor A'!m pian, ,, ,. iiultp sick fiam lier hci'ioal ,hu,s me;uqv;er't pairents, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. 11. JV.fx Give Uwm puro wnter rto iwldcl', thej Wa wW lt to Thursday. at Hartford lVyd couitty, the lwnvj ot Gulbfitor ' un Iwo itALtM to rt all noi. Bta tlip latter bolnjr on ,Vo !Pl' tWi Mr. A. T. Kriinoh inodo a 1w1ivcsh ,wl rotuuied to Jier tiu'ilng. thfUr W0 to&jlm '"" KJelds and I.uulsvllle, Wie hime of ColShuil for thep. m hot Is Uu- - valu,, Mr.s. Jumps W. JLu.ll has Inuu Itj ' trip ito Owinsboi-- TliuitMlay, Mr. Joi'm IlJto will ptyid this .winter of mojiy of tl rpmerflep lector INitty, wjit tlif isaiuni Wsv-- . It Don'- t- over,k fl.l. days at Jier hwne In (Wlo tHcGea'Jy pqft.nl. Mrs. J. 11. Briuwr. f Mr. ajitl Mrs. Illll Smith (vlltl with Jils daughter mj,, ta il0ff8. ,t dpul ." WH3 a bad day Cur Uw Jiyen 'Who Ii at Jinao recently. Mr. und Mrs. llplvcrt St,iwp.it of W'-b- r Cntk cluircli nfbrhhoHiqo4 wjilcli Is iwetliti pia nomUi.vthvi at Ciilowo. ifittii line rj hog as w ?ll kow Is a .glut- - ,,1MIIMta of evn Sunday Mr. and Mr. John Alkui ttf"tit Sunday Mr. Yeas 'ftijlor Is frjctlnK a new went Saturday Wtf u to, . ,taB.. .and puo HMou.d I at Mr. C. N. McUanlel's, near RoW., our UM dwelling tioiiRp. at iivpiird i 'wt - v I. Stand Jny'ycur'lown.'Xut n"VUar ,Mr. Admiral 1. Dockeny w.i IkJ.w AJon exorcised that tir-w. ,e. no more ,11xwWb , irfnalk do ,, , f Mia. Vlifill Mllbr .ontrtrta'i" Mr. Kllso Duko Is 111 wl'Ji Ja gillW- Mr. and .ood cpii' nfl Cftol Uicj but rfu Mr. FIojv-J- DanUl and Vieorla X)ule e,l Urn follow In? Peoria lait Sunday. Mi. dny In Wto Irtjiatit of RwVmajwfP It. Tluna Ih n fidly like one's own othlng was cvr m?ro sumo. i.,. JJie JM1I Monday wti-family, tlicjf in iv Jo lil.o nu n pwn snout SatunViy night pnd Sunday wlUi and Mrs. Joi,n T. jSml,Ui of FordsvlUs. Bj'lnar 'Wt ,n " gvxa to h sJ IylnS by ,11Uvi funklly, Mr. NowmlWi, VV-- "" Mr, Nevvman llurdwi and UuAer wife, linrti tilKiitld be no t'jwn like oio J1 uiUktUm at Uretnbrler. own lo,wn, where we live, is1un.it our ohlldrpn, pn vvlvose struts our Indite" ,mty pluy-- ft; fiotn tare, nml jrlwrc . Ihe l'oitortlro Ui the now nippers MrHrcorllnB to lw t of tbo second some day rinc-pihbII mutter Hartford, Ky., stand by the town ami Ie,l IJu. 1'uslnen stand by Umi newnipe,tS nml 'o lss. Jiomo a famous us posslbll us make C. M. BARNETT, J. NEYFOSTER town, mir r,ountj, our St.ilp. our Hertford Republican. w MENACE OF COAL llnj-csvlll- e -- FAMINE SERIOUS Freeze if ' m-'i- iir of their pure wool to m&Ke theall vool Goods wL sell. Listen! Sheep are shorrv I People edy is Found. U-r- cr;t fTf , BolMx-rilx- trial rect-lr- 'il ". y. ouii tiiy 1 d, -f- orenoon. W at n-- wmt Hot only pure vool but the finest grade of goes Into the cloths from which our garments are made. ALwhy we can show, unusual This o our Ladies' shades and weaves lll s'd - wear suits and cloaks. n ceni-eter- . g-- Ieter ! Kil-da- avei-ag'v- di, -- also show distinctive styles. Save the worry of buying your materlateand the bother of dressmaking. You will if and let us show you you will come artistically, and yet how economically we can sell you i lmpi-o.vwi- ts ' .t . CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentuckjr. tllr ti-- Insp-Kitlo- lv ty Jio'-iiln- )la Jupi-easln- , mall if-a- ullULtnA s 1 A gT-w- i" nt Ui--- ir'ude. ' l air Y-- t, 1 embi-acln- den-iel- -- ,,, ,, s ,- I ' I i.-- ai J. '"r ,o si"u; ....,.. ,, ... atory-about"- ui io Jiul-jgvia- cle-r- J pot. ' o, iuli n oi'WoU.r.aparour.or Prjogrf-S-slta- EAsf'vitW. iff KM. te, V,;, W twr Vr s,u tht wlll.t v,' y;"w Jad w" m 'nur ITrJed.i-landaln- fuw. a -- I'TOffm-S'ilviCiS- deia j,;,, J J ,,. k'iV-ar- al w,utr V, "', H.'ar, Piwu-nUo- uut. It 'lUj-lui"- y ht cort .i,a.,.fll .. J vUiyK, T7T WV"1!' p?y H'nokvte-- n .fO Sft nt llor's (rner. and llLiek Powder -- h!l W. If FORMER PREACHER Hon. .lv7Ts. wan vNlttn Jil UMiiiitt, of lo'iLivIll'. nftft3SftftftAftftft4ftftJ 3 WE LIKE TO PUSH ALONG THE SALE OF GOOD J J4V- c- futlur ntiir Itola ,nov ibnircl tliW wek. Juht rwry-Pickles. of J,iV"" ' W '. CONFERS CRIME M$ tlqlepraof Hosiery FOR MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN. le H gif - A.lv. It. MOOI'.K & HO.V. Criminally Assaulting Five " llostnn ,Hrvvn llni. Jiift Pniviika nnd Miu.l.wJn!it fl'iur at Iie'', Uio-cry. Little Girls. Sadden and Dramatic End to the 9 9 - Vlv' Will Om vor ny 2; ium! K )T do7.(ji for eisac ami for buty. bai'jiWay. AS Ailv. Iter's Urncory. MJjw Knslu-ttlii- tf Merchandise That's WhyWe Carry Complete Line of 11 IsV lun lition in fpcr.ilni Teli p'limn Co., here. fr incilrd the a vo- Trial of a South Carolina Case. S. 0., Ott. 31. Fotiml Kiil'tv to lay of crimltkilly nsikiiiUlnir itKreo llttto slrls In tlfl rio.ulih Caudljii Odd Follows Unfile, of vlilrli Jie wns the llvoir,nt Tliutstnii V VaiiRlin. once piwniltunt as n iinlto , wllj pay tlio pemlty of Ids jiiixV,'l'1 with his lift. a pciiih- fV'e tilal vvaii brought tlonnl close when Vaiiff!.n btok.c flown and i)nfe.scd nil. lie noimd two jollier vlctlliit In addition to Jhow Jnclil l I In the linlli Unncl. The Jury, out hut Cjiir nilantex, tii.ulu 'tin tlon of tneic). This ramni t fit Vuun'm c'inlr. will lo HfiiUiuil to the nc of Uie Tctjrx sUraii.ul down Jwlne I'uidy, rwiiud by (Jo. IUphkc as fi;pclal Juiltjc for tlil'i tilal. Many Jurors, 111111 officials and wValor alike made no jnetcnve of hldlns. their t"ars as Vaunlin, pule and biokrjt, pekujvl oled his tiJme. --Man jurors wolit 1 FJim-r- s' 9 Mr J 1'. T. .lufolM, of Nashville, Term.. Iirn lioiulit .Mr. Alfonl AVnlVucV ft"'1 on rouV- - --', uiitl !w tikui ipoHW-siiu- Jlr. s ti i 4? ? a - We want to call your attention to our varied Hosiery stock. We carry nothing, but - representative lines liose that, you can depend on. We place at the top of this list our Hole-ProHose, six pnits guaranteed to wear you six months or new ones in their places. So. "don't "mend the end, but end the mend." This you will do it you wear our famous Hole-ProHosiery. We have also the celebrated Black Cat stockin'gs for children at 15c and 25c per pair. Buy your hose from us, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. of of Saie voiir.laundry for.us. AVc,r,jprrscnt Spalding Laundry ,of IiouImIHc guiiinntced. l"avo jour woik nt It. W. King's jwrliy More. CIX'II. FlJLtX & 110458 TAYI.OU IMf Hntl-fiitl- look uflor SAI.KSMAN WANTKO-- to our liitfrtsl In Ohio nnd mljacciit loim- Addle tics. Siilmy or OmilillHMoir LINCOLN OIL CO. Clt eland, O. ilv. j heim h anai, Oil" S & 49 4. $5 and $6. wi el Mr In 11 octi"lioi hru'-ho- r, tum-i- l n Taylor, who fn.' t.) Iliutfurd, !ui "' 'nipt ly- .me tiJin', nil1' tml . t.t. I hi Mr. Jolui H wort.!:-,- ' W. 'layior. 43 as birbrr. the latest butta" hnvo innt.il1t.-i- l '" iimMtik ninililiic mid "I" ptcpiiud Muds oC buttons, Cllo mio a ninlio nil A. 1. NAM., call. " llnitfonl, Ky. Htf. Alv. Have Jiist received a car Urj-J- 49 4? 49 49 alfc wfv Si $3.50 and $4. es w o o 49 49 hi nlniMl. , jno.-nl- 49 49 49 ed Cross Shoes for Women $3.50, $4.00 and $5. it h- !,id of si'-Iiv- Tiling.. V. U. 1ZUA3, I'roiKusu llaneihant, lpnzlii'i .'7tnlue, flfi've iuuuuI of J. NVy Footer Jt,a,a- it nn of lll foon 1c icn,ily for !U- W,3i? Oflll for one ami pee t'iJlinrBnliiH offered 111 magazine a;1u! hIiw1ci. fcrs W NTIH 15") "41i'.,'.nut iicl'jilions pole mj C inplitirf ;" 25 feet lonjr Not ln3. tlnmetor at nnll ml. ' OHIO COUNTY UAUMKllS 31UTUAT-- . in 1UI2-1f- ,jv Hartford, Ky. r TUMU'lldNi: Adv. CO., !' man .. .. juTJit-nt- ..TT 1nn.H s V IIart,fmi. Ky. ivmr'llst of CKlUt- 1w 7 ' S ? A f..v,. ' It would & s fc,,; our frlond w 11,1,1' f lKr.rlr.ilim tn .1 enod jiinsrizlae. Tor JAV of any .periodical TmblWuPjil mall J. Nsv 49 ' ' MnRiulivo Awvicy. 49 WdnusJaj' ,i-iou,r collors AnvoiiR Mrstr. A. ltow, Cuntcntonii; 3t 31. TJiioinax leiin; WaslilnBtmi, lian,. was tlie steim coimmaiul. "Take pff yonr- - ' an KliVT. A. C lV"iitoii, Conteilo,vvn: Tlour at V. I. Yc!so,r. It. T. Colllni-- . Y. T., Moks-il,rlnton Meal ami i: clotives at once. You may use myint ii iVdv. .Mnil(t. ao'i Mi'-Moors .t room," Jamps T. Mqane, a, id ltev. T. V. Joiner, 3! In The Oil Field. j; i Vlrr;u,i:iBlJi, city. SmlUi, route .", ni "Uut, Judsje',' the nrlsonrir piltere' Mi. W. 1. NOVUMHKlt S. KH1UAY. "you see 1 I haven't Jun(t xajCitly-TtfipKijiaut cillnr, Tliurlay a,t ViIh "f- - TJie raimers Mutual ItlepJioue Co , of 'It Is a pleasure to tell jou that : Is I ean'it do botli. Tlita'la r I Jiaye PO' f'l'O. llartfo.nl Division lit" Qhamberlaln's CourIi Itwnedy Is the bc-- t O'llo roiinty. i lyen oponwl licre. with offJep In lr. eougiii medicine 1 liaAe eVr used." iwrlt; other .lothcfl." Table NW SowlHW". V''i" Nf.w Oi leans, M. H. & E. Railroad Time Oi building on Center street. M"rs. IIukIi Cnniphell, of Hut the decision of itjho cqurt wss and roil, flno. at K. W. Kar.il rtjmip, ,wlilt( at Hartford; Ky. wnaltrrablp and Christian iHolme rc Tlioro are nqvv soanctbliiK like Jieilf a 'I have used It vvIUi all Jny cldldnn Gnu-cry- . . Adv. IIoi-'Oil and Gus Co, ftlong iwlth tins tired to the ante-rooMonday hundrod teleplionea In opcimtlnm innd V '11 and the lesulls have b,on JikJily satU- - Tlhe llousli 1H'-L. 6A N. Umo canl etfective Hendwibon & complainant 4n tlie owe, Kajrl (Splirp:!. ilrlwl N appUf. jCountiy emnnitl bp many nvro when rnnn,cotton In inwi'ie factory." l'or eale by all dialers. with has contracted 21st. Aug. iippUv, . apiUvols and prun." with the Snyder for itheir weU No.! 1, on the a studint. Sclirock had accused IJofniesx exel puses avor ivUolnbis m. tnvuisa, No. 112 Xoilh Uouud duo 7:19 a. Adv. 1X4 county. at llpr'j UitMvu-rPublic Sale. Weller land, known ap t)ie old dtoiw1"1 of Hitealuig his "jiwday suit" xjand IiaX-tol- d daily except Sunday. Mjffnolla Ui- - No. ihl 1. O. O. 1'.. tlve Judge tliot 'vunlppa I Re e,nt5rtln,ini ppened the I will on Thursday, Nov.' 12, 1912. tl place, tliree and one Jult millea eputh Tlie llellbiari No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. of CrviVTlpwn. will orU In of of Dundee, "and one mile from (the well back today 1 can't go Ao clluroh lo dcKTjco mlVs noirlH-wt' Hartford College louiiyj at tip HPern my rnsldciiwe Sunday. dally except . fie (Woii dejjncc UmlBht. ' ff A larjje llaiUord on Lhcrinoic load sell all of which Is being drilled by ... Ivjune Saturday cveai'me; m- - thp xcuond 1. No. UB South Bound duo 8:45 a. T,he now well or iu five mlnates after Ithje iverdjcjl trie.' bubbled my Stock, Corn, Hay and Fairmlng froJls Oil Co. ifro n aud'emv. Tlwelr 'entertialnment Mr. A. 1L Vinson ium mubwI Suadey. dally except located b focp of Holmes slioiwed iSor (a mtnufte ! Itlver Oil and Gas Op.. 'a trip In tl lut.'jit jt tine lvonmvcuy oer wlt,h wit and liuhtor And Uwt tfi as described below: 4 maivvs-on- o No. 113 South Bound d'J 1:46 p m. Clothing Co., ut Louisville. i of ithein Geologist Julius Fjphs, of liexlniston, tluj janf of tlie door. 7 ijend of hoists, juawioar.' i , fTlwv audlejice In cmUlauous dally except Bunday. (wlito- years Ky., and Is In the center of tlip Itpuga "Hey, Judsr, got a Jvainnel?" are jmiWMisd of varhuis acLtjmpIlih-ment,- a mood broiod maref 2 fllleys, two Navy )oaiui, pink lMan, bultar baan. H. E. M1SCHKE Act ( pcred Into itlvo courtracin. old; 1 oun(j.anul, 150 basliejs iqain ial ltlver anticline., OTie msuAtovry Is to'--' eqivally at liome as being .livd cnuslimt .liwnln.v. At wviwfUko, some hay, 1. mowinK inodilne, 1 rake, sJvlppiCd and .work will begin early An hour later tlie prlsonier tan or slostruinentallatii tf ' ' Av. 1U' Grocery. vwaon, for tp (the Jbildwell Jiad Uqen actompH3i I i t 1 cam drill, plows and hcies, xnony pthsr2 week. V'' CimntH, flgji; applet). pfMis. ra.lje talnora. and Cilery ut CrtamhorrUn, bUKsles, 1 disc Iwrj.ow and Tho West Kentucky Oil Op.. Is lay od. Ho had heen spaiwd Kilve ihun!Ma' I Mary 'Ward of tho Np Creek nial- Adv. Mr. Clroc,ery. fruit, oraiico, Icmoiu), b.umivai) oflid tp. , i Uvtnis, such asltqhfoirkB, ing a Pipe line from it'velr swell N. of a baniyL Hp was daiagin, a fiowf3- -c Ad,v tf nslh,banhoad, died at liir Jionw plbout Uf'H asafrnUMW a Ucr'p anocory. JJ. S. C'HAMjUBIlUAIN. 3 Uu irall,rond at Dukefimrst. .an blanket. Adv. of candles "at Jlnea'i lliva jd S'o Jiad bcrnln bid oy, Cilt 12 ftW dayi. Ad,v. tf Mivm. KjncUonMiarUn-apwill bca'n slilpplng oil In froutry. M Jit - . iiAnf.w llim nulil fill ft ItC Ivmljth for evieral oiontlm Prepared for Holiday Their derrick Is nlinost compete)'! fo' A tli,e lolSlue ,leuie3 siuiimer cispecfcilly. New bwnvl of Kraut JiuA pf" N fTuosday. u Vas,hlng'tqn Nov. 2. in praparaitloin fof well No. 3, Immediately if pubUcon a ptoaant all, lon-lnehlldnen to -i- mouin tiwV at Uif'ii QroOCry. loTjhepdore ltoosqwlt Is flu .full ly hajt tlwy Ihp pirisUnae rupji, tjie Ilost OfJle 2. It Is- you nanit a Kooi wnoat urla call Mrs. V. M. Sandierfior, Mrs. Bud .Ta'i- a if It of vvjiujt Uiis Nation llbflw postmasters cated and arrowed tp Kaiit iwejl Nj. Mr. 11. T. MaxmibII, of, Siivr and ceo mo attout the kln,a I sal . slle, 'Waiucii tttd ltDbeit Dcportiinient liafl rd,9red all mtr, Maistb. Xr to wall a man. Bu.cli faults as fault'" ix a j)l?ni!a4it c.Uler Monda. and postal cleiks to svnd An defective 4 on Vve Cartevr Uvrm. 8. U KINO, Jlanjforjl. Ky ttf Adv WftrU. Kuniral services nnd Interment finders like ourselves liave bctn admc Plys Wood Oil Co., atter imusy equipment. TJna second assistant por,x- eabbaso turnips an 1 IrJH.1 lsxUtio-'you waivt " homo on ftlve toran so will be n.t Alt. Herman' tulay. If j , tojdespry in him are faults of the Iifctfi at- owing to acfcldtvnts to mafhlnpr mapter Rcneral today calVid the Ad. '.t 10U Adv 'onloiU) ut llWTt ftrqiwy. Mir. Natliaiilel Jtlrch, on of ltoinius again pounding 'lwTay to WtJ y teanpe.rcd, liasty, apd ndt aliwaj tcntlion of rpstmasttrs and cltrks to etc!, a JUrtforU, Ky., 11. K. D."No. 3 Blroli, was accident? .wundcU wlOi reapnable Nation which selected him. ia ln location. regulations well on Uio Cox lanm pfld ihoivie ipli, rOU SAL.K:-t'- cll . tho Bootkms of tlve nos(jl trticli- - revolver Ka.turdai- - nllvt (by le. fvraiik vvlio ' 4 Viim M Adv. U govern It. Addrosg. Kdltor tlil office. vv,hJHi provide tojt tlft prompt dlspalf-.a ilTPitll of 1,200 ffeti 'Ko man probably could Ivaw rltew inS TChoo'l nt No! 19, vl,sU.edv(liar pawnis TutUie, of SUreve. '9Manal' younir P51 of' all Jdle M" KV;.l nral nuill locks to the ilr. J. 31. Irtne. repwattag 'pltal,-Ist- s Mr. 'llomey Duko - pie In American politics and emersed Jiad assembled at tlia nefcteqe of iwatrst depositary ofilcp.. ,1UV. wid Mrs. A. J. WIUUwub. Tmoj'' rt03(t. at Washington. Pa:, toffww y tJl"t IB. Boau rcfcldeiiAB wvtr Mr. il. C. UavWson and ponne one . .flliAptwl flr' as talnlcss from Jils larly struggle- r .r 'wy. . . icnujnenicflts oX Sfo sections hU maaalneri lkas x If tlio FQIt BALH-- A we,ll paylnB Wcatijn., liawvv0 bis ,power-wft- h ch1U) iUluIurd 4s .workirvr ,nf 3'vqw1d' tho plito), a)d jcnuigmuttle rfearod o are' compiled ulutUu- - kfemnpssoe,and hat fitilay will 'at oa.yj ' ililk oCf!ce. . V A'JV.'.th ...j his A riend and nulbl frflotj larger moral usefulness to Ids- whole-peopltlie sun polntd vvw. I AurUiLW" Jllwws oil JUUtKWt wlU Kb no belh- - a well, .prohatrtyi n the' jMam a "tliei ed 'Mr. Swart, , - th ' ebootlnx llibn in the And we doubt .wlithc any land iWih'--c .ftiir Kwuit on k:o n! Pek WrtjV" '.erj .jar. ,Clrccc, Htlnjaj-d- pirlw if cin- lir. fitwlsfiv' was'aurojnoaqi fot5l5tpn diner wlitvier of a atjlnirDey at 'any nemfnow WeWiir-Mwc, arrived to tajko ohafae '"' In htatoiV lias undertaken latetn fttoycu 'JV, U. Moqna ik.pon'Ji . Botot duirlns Uv holiday ruSVi."' R i. rei t . i w ani at tne lat'qo.unjt e w,hon K ttnrlvres paA wul ns high, an, unselfish venture In tae ? 'T!)0 ., the machinery iMwDiiBt. l Tor l.o you"oon EKAtuuj field of politics as, V UullMoote. alos all sn, ova y-- i puhacrlp-tlo- n tm liave gcaoral upo,rvJaln tojt ,t)be wKi Reitiac The . i . 'IVinnuiVV iatL Utile ujturo''Cli.wf.iw4foo yMu . . eye. lose one Ot. . 'vou etr- - rest voar Jhauds? .TlilJ Th Rough' Rlvr (Oil and Oas Co.. tics It Is fortunate that thoso wlvo rutKia:rUo OUrt-(or.to The ReRubJlotin. '''OittcKtea-of CoulsvUle.wieAbi rtMig'Timafmt'- - twnw of ffc mslduipo of Mr. and piw. P. F. doeativo.t mean nitnely klttlnx jthem 'M Opened offices In iim HeaivTrin-parra,'fhje jn Vwk a)ons;4a. U 'V ' . ,weH- -' Tuesdy. of DQraJi's Ftwy, tlla qoimty), ldk. Ijt otten occur that Afpe,'-oni- e buBdlng and Center U,ti, courage, pergonal "Ivotiox, aiid tlie tor '" Mr. Sydney .WIIUwiib. M Who' JftvetTtioo, K.. t1 was' dvitnoved by fire rtatundoy plsht, klads 'of wurk, sucjj as. neellnj: frut. and are located in the.twar of Ir-- J- - Wng of "jUione 'about' then, 'owl w . ap hytnu, in oU Tueadoar " '., '(J$y.hawva"Su,Uy o'clock. Mar. 'and Mrs.' Ffterifer s.vyep1nff, or perhaps wiwen .one jias beua H." PkrUe's dmtal office on tlio sflcond guard closely safety,' calnfer, and thornhaut fty jto Tii'wihat f liad only a few minutes oefol tome tut wirltiMr (or sonus Unw.t jttie muscjps of pooKeipooK ano aiioosi uw onijr yv . turned Wednesday. ... a t Hli IU.U II I leans cynical enSusHfto Oltbtlt&vB ommm I.wty? Firbt the fftinlly rooni, Avucn itiio tire ww n.. .wTTiai7af . in Mwvus jiaei crajnipea ana uni.i . y "Mr. 3cfn C. IlUey, of .' I.1...1 IVi.iiLiv U ... 'rtneodare 'Jtoooe,9ek,- -' . .. . '. . Jionoity of .n'1 a h.rnvl lf JJlt KOOd iDUTo' oovontd. TVJie church la ueariby und tlw A -n- -t -tIds. fapij to j''1.0 lut w,atcr la tlia ;:t-". Rank. i ? Hlsninwi. .K3 ! S, tUart- - words .witliln ftve' minute 'of an a R'e aUroi was sowt arealvUxf P(lep tAword reiwvuigc wem. Aiicr CUjar Itun naltsbborliood, route "Mi today. U4J luuh' afl.'ot t!us IttWHJiiM that Is done, dip them qulcjdy up .and JorU. JU Willllain 1WJ. pf 4ioblaon. III. tompt uion his life '8aM.iJaeyronT7ou 'mutata orter overyjxwlyJlWe s aet a this About Tl-times,' 1l A well will bo" jfartal ont0Us proo- - ilflends, I. .,want "to Cjold water aavea.-- ' low i pli-e- d Koods wwa aavvl. 4yn Ui UnpwiUBt. y I have wipe erty arWdn 13 months or tlw svompavit myseU: tr Mm. MUlte A, 'WWllt a BK at 11,500 with, $300. .InaiiKMK.e. Both Ur. Uiem dry on a iwueli tQwda,; JUrUvd,.Ky. 1m AMM-y- . ! tW' u,tak "R' fwly suffoJljrs. Fianer , 'l guarautw. deposit iioo'.;s fjom a vtalt wU.li iw aauffniMi. ?in. and 3t""the ' fAl rfinw AnnM1!! Mviffi mivr avn dn,tV . cated to 84tUn ou,t of tin iljiuiw fln- flnaar Aanj ierfetry.-wwJ4Jiikth (W. -r AVard.and .WdntFJwooa f?addJ to our rfiitaWlmc Collier's Is not m lowrerWpai thafc' tr)lnK'jp ave ,the property. wrtete, "flirt" thaan vtwmjJynUI tU .. " tferftv, of tne No Clpeck .nelplonljoqil UBH.lf hM- - for ywuf It icannpt recognlio a- wrists begin tjO ache. A,dr. tf Mr. Givtfary WnujMw.r HaiMBll-if- f u.twt sill Kov. Issue oAcollloi'o .Weekly. Dlo t.Vm akolu lu roW watftr, jvii.1 c"" . tlv AS,MiWi" Ta.'' . Ut lit, Clarence- - Barnarn, lluWr'tMwtlua and a feflnu.fe xta fche paw of t?i nrilW, lTjiuJj fun in ui In tlielr sjats tin paww yuur wv of Iuivc,'.J:Hat v i rv Vir ' f ." ' " OiV 12 lionvsHiia rhcun. Will tea.de fMwpy vapiav llppkin ani Don UniwoBiiUy nick', of yrtoWl . : uiw rlir for and you will 'M sijrpriwYl dp tuvJ ho nyrfrnJ Court of Judtja v, i::i 'j f J dr.-!.- ' stiengthenlng plasters. ,qiamerlali1'--hdt- od to Us a litlimiwlKt JypJ daF. Jtut .th-vw I UITU IKJWAllU. fresli and H'suol jou nvo, anoi imy ( repftsW Uvelr wits n wpnJttf. Mock. Addr,?h. ' . s uftwnonn.. aright, for tl J'ltu' onoo jnore I.lnlnunt Is ioap.or aivl better. Dremptin' tle lMer Tho Juu-.dypiw liuvd.i, but all over. Jlartfoifl, Ky. It. F. 1. Adv. .1. !". tu'ion ,Cliriitlan a pepo of fUnntl ' vJi It and bbyt Ifc - ...I.VJ. OiiW x?rrnr Ilolliiuok aril IWU'- - Any tfta)mt.H njnCfitlVP IVirt 'of itlie bo'lif, reixvaied )ds strttunno ' .V. study ovei" 'ho affe,'.vd parts and It will rer-of r..w , .1J llnj Halmo uiwt and," In 4ii'lr iv.infsi or wcwlncoi las iVllx. wrw ar U ajvl lleve tlie pnln and snre.ncs'. l'or safer A. ph-- i ..p. ' " "Tako off that ult of ctoua n)lush, of tlie oci?t of Uv wh'olu ji'iysl-m- l L2ou nenjvw.ny wuw I'lllV.JHLI.V.i IillfU4'" oi.. FOR FLETCHER'S ! ljVpbVAll diVJ.v lUitonJ, pr t?"iT , vcjadft!iW.-SouUiIU tltflt t, 3 'AffrfcuKurlet. ( Hiartp Xhp brldwjU ior flWy mwnit a tw days Ivero Adv. formation. inlte to lrl's l'oi- - Hartford Republican. v. it n iieiwl this no fntlmatbin that t' i in cused would make a tiife."'toii. Ill" attonvvs had fought Ptilh1iiiln1y ln-- s the bcRlnnini; of the caw to breik ilwn the KtronK evidence dtljue'l ' tho pros"-i- ' Ion's llttlo Klrl wKnwscs. 'liunedLittly .iftcr lumt pejied thN for both, sUcs, con- niouilng ntViniej-salted, miultlni: In .in p,iTeenp,t to M Vaughn coufefs in an ttffott to ave I'.N own life, and tl u i.ise would tM to t!i JvlO' vvltl.out fiTKuni lits. I h.i.ve ntUd devilishly, I bavo att-- 1 "Tuo Uck.ui Vaughn. shamtlesslj," devlf tcmptnl me and I lifive faH-n- ." vnln'v. Ho plendul eloiiueiitlv, liu,t wii'Ji tiie Jury to save Jils life. Vaughn begsed tie Jury to fpore Ills life, not to niueh for his Kakex rfs, 'lr hl. wife and llttlo nUujjhUT. wiiB In tHiiv. a.'ioiiKii uiey i,v fclnte itlie tilil been with tho opened. He was tonnily assistant sujipila- tindent of thy Klrt llaptlst irfmrsh Sun laynchool, one of the Uwst and most fn.shl0n.1hle In this city. Jle nnd frriiupnllv ministerial stml-n- t, o,ccuiteil pulpits of chuinAliies In unil around Grcenivllle. 'Wlun (viuit Hiero uni 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49' 49 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 Rosenblatt's (In Connection- With S. Rosenblatt,' JIawesville.) - hp- 84V ol" otv 1 0 HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. T99999s;999$9W99$99$S;9999W &- ' 4 - it nl " MMMM i i . " liai ut Fs " 8, w lo t I "' fto' n.t X j n.i- -- ad lush. a lw' -- Vail undf-nrtoio- i'nf K. h v litr - ..,..., .... f dit t iwl." nti N" i man-cou- ld - ey-i- - W:' d, -- rfrt-,i- i... t7.Py iNt a vp ' ilcrcl ..- -.i ''' rtrole w te ..' ?" nu)ar ta lads y on-M- ain .,-- -- ywr!tr4., wt fai ve i- !. I r - '" -T- --- -- lasid tl, Ni-Uon- at fe-ttv- e" Jlon c ('y' too-wan- UT. iatt MnJin w - ft? ' atut " Cladiaallaikt. nwn.-'Fino- m to FerStltr y Cko. tir-- ynViy alt. ,' 1 t.1, :'". 1 fr -" ,- y attain. ,V t,J rv Att Udj. vck. CASTQIA 'Unuaren ury J . t,.a,'-- . t. jL&mit 4 .U, X .3b il' . . r v.J A -- tAl, cVkjjA iLA ' " '"JIW )Kf ivj.- - """" "'"V'l Ti r' i - j'wy!''!" 4H''TYR. '--j NV (EDNA'S BURGLAR WAS NOT A REAL ROBBER By MOLLY MeMASTER. I AN INCIDENT AND WOMAN IN POLICE SERVICE INTERESTING SEQUEL We were all sitting on th clubhouse porch enjoying the crttl sea breeze and sipping well, on of the men had tea with lots of lemcn In It but the others, their favorlto thirst eradlcator. Of course, all we women had tea or lemonade. We had been telling stories about various curious experiences that had befallen us, when Mrs. Preston gave the following: "One hot afternoon early In September I was walking up Park avenue, after Interviewing one of tho most prominent women In 'Society, who was in town getting together her daughter's trousseau who was to be one of October's early brides. "1 was feeling mighty blue; the prat-t- y frocks, masses of lacy lingerie, lustrous satin and priceless lace that would be combined In . the wedding gown brought back visions of my owa wedding, and my heart grew bitter with the thoughts of years of sufferlaf which followed my own great day. "Mentally I cursed the man I hat" married, cursed him for a weak foot, who had 'allowed a brilliant mind U become so paraWzed with drink that I, his wife, had to take the babies away from their drink-crazefather and leave them In the care of strangers while I worked all day and often until late at night recording the 'doings of the rich and great' "What right had some people to se much money when I bad to toll unceasingly for just enough to feed and clothe us decently? "It was a long walk back to the office, and I had Just one nickel In my purse. Should I spend It for carfare and borrow from some one at the office enough to take me home? Or walk? But It was so hot and I was tired; besides, I hated to borrow. "There were few people on tste street at that hour, but there approached a large, man, neatly dressed, who stopped in front of me, saying, 'Lady, could you lend me a nickel?' "I was so surprised I halted and stared at him. " 'I hate to ask you for it. lady,' he continued, 'but I want to get home te my wife and little girl, and it will take me hours to walk It.' "I Inquired If his wife was 111. 1 don't know. She wasn't well when I left home' a week ago.' and then, I still stared at him (my mind d could not conceive a big, strong, man stopping a woman In the street and asking for 5 cents), he told me that he had been on a spree for a week and had spent his last dollar for a bath so he would be at least decent to go home. 'But I must get home!' he said; 'I must get home to the wife and baby, and I thought yew would give me carfare.' "Opening my purse. I took out ray one nickel. 'See,' said I, 'this is all I have. When-- I give it-- to you I must walk sixteen blocks back to the office where I work. I have to work to take care of myself and two little children because my husband is a drunkard. Because, when he had a young wife and baby girl he went on sprees an! stayed away from home and his business for days at a time. Take this nickel and go home to your wife; but tell her it was a woman who gave yon carfare, a woman who will help her when she has to give up her home and go out into the world to work through your Intemperance.' "That was fifteen years ago. Yesterday, sitting opposite me on the train coming up here, I noticed a very handsome man, with his wife, a woman with silvery hair and kind, brown eyes. "Several times the gentleman looked search Ingly at me and spoke to his wife, and I confess I was becoming a bit annoyed, for they were apparently discussing me. I felt It rather than saw It. "Presently the gentleman came over to a vacant chair next mine and, bet-Rin- g my pardon, asked me If I remembered ever seeing him before. "At my negative reply he reneated the Incident that happened so many years ago. but before he had finished I told hlra that I remembered it 'Madam, I do not know who you are, but I want you to meet my wife. She wishes to thank you for sending me home to her the day I nsked you for carfare and you gave It to me "His wife is charming, and he probably you all know him he Ib one of the leading judges in the state. "Vet I had thought he wanted that nickel for a drink. Sometimes our charity Is not misplaced." d good-lookinhe-cauwell-dressegray-haired evl-dent- ly frail-lookin- g per-fctl- euntry Is Slowly Realizing How Valuable She Is In That Kind of Work. One of tho surprises ef einHtlon has . have been the d'scovory that v an appointed work waltln iur thmn It the police service. Th hi iIiIuh ttcial erlsloa thnt used to H- .Mjif : suits Uireotory Ohio Covin.ty , .0111. . J i from having been -.l .J mwaacu irum buuiiu -- I...... T nn I1.A sieep. iv MM mt ithlrd time during the night that she wet up to listen, and as she sank back jat this hour of three In the morning he told herself It was only the strangeness of an unfamiliar room that kept her so keenly alive to pounds. She closed her eyes but opened fthem again. Surely some one was 4)ust outside her window I The sound (came from below as if the Intruder were attempting to climb up the great Tine that covered the side of the Ucm .... rapidity .. VAna tint n n onH llatsnori. Her i Pressed Dye-f- i Circuit Ben V. Court-- T. rtlna-o- I it i - iing and ly Edna became strangely calm. She (stepped from her bed, and In the darkness slipped on her pink silk hose land satin slippers that she had left carelessly lying after an evening of idanclng. Then she drew on her dala-t- y pink tea gown. Edna went cautiously toward the window and peeped through the mass f vines that clustered about the frame. Her heart fluttered. A .man was making his way slowly and ty painful stages to her window. She paused a moment wondering. "whether to wait until he reached the top and fell him with a chair or to throw something weighty down on his unsuspecting head. Edna chose the latter method. She "turned In the dark and by light of a pale moonbeam caught sight of the jgreat water jug on the stand. "That would certainly kill him." ehe told herself with a shudder; "I can not possiibly do that." She would empty the contents of the jug on that jascendlng head. The man was several yards from 'the ground; for a second Edna hesl-tatePerhaps even then the fall anight prove fatal. "But I can not be murdered in my ;bed." She shuddered again and with a burst of courage leaned far out of the window and spilled the water with sure aim on the burglar's head. She beard a muttered remark, a '.heavy thud and the pitcher dropped nerveless Angers. Her courfrom age completely gone, Edna did her first feminine act of her escapade; she dropped In a heap Just withla the window. The man, suddenly foiled In his picked himself up wltlf many irtort and terse words falling from his lips. He shook himself like a shaggy terrier, but he was drenched to the jekia. Looking up to see thefcause of his Lying downfall the man gasped. across the window sill like a pale wedge of moonbeam was the arm of a woman. With almost superhuman strength lie sprang toward the vine and climb-zed to the window ledge. He drew himself within the room And. picked up the girl tenderly. Being without resources of 'his own and knowing not what to do, he rushed out in the darkened hall and made Ala way down the stairs with his bundle. Groping his way toward a door he hammered with his feet lest he drop the nnconsclouB girl from his arms. The door In the hall opened and a very frightened girl In blue kimono peeped out "Jack Banvers," she screamed, "hare you lost your mind!" She glanced with frightened eyes at her brother. His clothes were dripping, and bis face white and stern. "No! But switch on the light and look at what I found In my room!" He followed her Into the room and laid the girl on the couch. It seemed to Edna the action was reluctant. Sho began gradually to regain consciousness and opened her eyes. They lit first upon the stalwart big man whom she had taken for a burglar, and from him to the girl In the blue win--dod. louse. Is ylr woman pollcen Tr. ly but rarely w ro.i imt the country woiuuii r. lie worn lo rather more t'. ho police oUicts.ls. The seems to bo a part of the pi lzatlon of tho human Inter. up in the criminal's case, the that you don't flnlsr with case by merely apprehending the o inal and affixing the thumb sere and the further realization that th mauy of one case may be sides and one of two sexes. A desire to reach th case having realization, it followed upon th was perhaps Inevitable that women should be avr liable Instruments of salvation. Is Lob agales, the "woman policeman" has haea Installed In response to a dlstlnet seed in the handling of woman and girt criminals. In Maryland, she has bean applied to for official help ts enforce the curfew law in an effective manner. In Chicago as matrons women have long been assisting la the problem of handling tho criminal. Very recently these matrons have been placed in the rank of patrolmen, and their salaries have been increased from $1,000 to $1,400 a year. aolntof nppllcii"n In tl "t!e. ... s work given done. spfcwi: i'fl attention. .ri. Cleaned and oih called for and ied. oiub rate $1.00 per month. Huitfora V Pressing GlOb, M. C. A. BLDG., HARTFORD, - WJLLSUI KY. GILLtSPIE BROS. W. H.&. J. F.GILLESPIE Proprietors SET UP BOTTLES AS GODS Burmese Natives, Relieved by "Pain Killer," Accepted What Thty Thought Was Deity. There are many people la this country who are givta to a worship of patent medicines; but It remained for tbe East to furnish aa instance of medicine botactual idolatry of tles. An American mlaahajary ctaae upon a village In Bi.rma where an epidemic was raging. Having with him a quantity of New England "pain killer" and thinking he might at least he allay the suffering somewhat, went from house to house administering the remedy, and left a number of bottles to be used after he had gone. When he returned to the village some months later he was met by tbe head man of the community, who cheered and delighted blm by this intelligence; "Teacher, we hav come over to your side; the medicine did us so much good that we hav accepted your god." Overjoyed at this news, the missionary was conducted to the house of the head man, who opened tbe door of a room showed him the pain killer bottles solemnly arranged in a raw upon th shelf; and before them the whole company Immediately prostrated themselves In worship. 6 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK erfr Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. lix, Master Commlslonex; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. II. IJIack, Sheriff, Hartford. llcputlcu-- H. Kcuivn, O. llcsner Dnm; a. 1'. Jonca, Jtoutc f., Hurt ford; Wf 1". Erf, Ho no. Court first Monday in l'lliniu.ry iunl iuii tlnuos time wotkn; tlilid Slotidiiy In .pill, two weeks; third Monday In OUobtx two weeks, County Court. H. IX. Wedding;, Judge; W. B. Tlnsloy, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. 'Quarterly Quarterly Court Itcelns on the fourth Monday in February, May, August and November. Court of Clslms Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday in October. Other County Offlcerr-- C. S. Mouley. Surveyor. Fordsillc. Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; iiernard Felix ,Atscssor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Henry .Leach, Superintendent, Dr. A. 1). Hartford; lltley, Coroner, HartforJ. JUSTICES' COURT8. B. S. ChamberlalnAHsrtford, Tuesday after Jrd Monday In March, Tuesday utter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesd'' after Jrd Monday In September, Tuesday aft?r 3rd Monday In December. O. Ii bcolt, Cromwell, WedneJayuftor 3rd Monday In Match, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in Jun?, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after Jrd Monday in December. John II. Mllis, ItocJtport, Filday after 3rd Monday hi Man.li, Friday aflrr 3rd Monday In Jbne, Friday utter Jrd Monday in Septtmber, Friduy after 3rd Monday in Dciember. J. C. Jackson, Ccntertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In Murih, Saturday if ler 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday in December. M. C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuseday after 2nd Monday In Man.li. TutJiiy 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday afterafter JiU Monday In August, Tueaday after 2nd Monday in November. Gliomas Sunder. Olaton, Wednesday afttr the sixoiid Monday In .March. Wednesday after Ind Monday hi May. Wednesday aller 3rd Monday In AuKust. Wednesday after 2nd Monday in November. Grant Pollard, Fords ille. Tuesday after 2nd Monday In Mai ill. Thursday utter Aid Monday In May, Thursday after Jrd Monday n August, Thursday after 2nd Monday In November, 'talph, Friday after 2nd f Monday vUo?' In March, Friday 2nd Monday In May. Friduy after after Mon- 3rd Kr,day o- S?X i!? ember. HAHTFOItD rOLICE COUHT. I ion-vouc- fl Jailer; B. O. Barrau, Clerk; F. Hlrkhead. Judge; Attorney: W. t. Mltlklff. K. L. Fe- Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HATriKORD, KY. Will practice hla urofeaalon In this and adjoining oountlos. ComtnorelaJ and Criminal Pmctico a Snoclalty. Barnes & Smith Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. "" Mjm. W. II. Uitrmts and SntlUi announoo th.it Uwy luivo jwrbmrslilj) fcr Idio goitontl ticc of law, cvctQit onlmliMl and oiauev Mr. Smith bolus County la ivncn'WKtcd C. hi. .fonn-- a itroc tllvxir Attor-ac- y from practicing euch ccaus. Mr. Dnrnts Willi liMilvldua)ty aocapi tntch liractloa Offlcxa In Hartford Jtcimbllcaa bullditLg, Hartford, JC- - tamct l. jiosley. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. Will practice his profession In all the) Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First Nation Bank. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public ' HART OR D. Y. AH Ohio County tion. Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS v. SPECIALTY. luu, j hr Judcc; John Wilson. City Attorney, J. i Stcvtns.II. Marshal; Court louvcnui ncioud Monday In eath Crowe- (Mfv ' KILL. COUCH MtCURefTHC LUNC8 Dr. Kings New Discovery kM ML THWTaWlBf TWHtEt. QTJAJUaJmBB SACTaWAOXOBli OB XOKXT BlTUIDim !. F It. I. Cnlllns, C'kVk, B. 1'. Thomas, Tixaji f CouiicU Itubcrl lloov- Urir; i!cl"l,ir U-- I. " t?tMr' J- Mooio, Freu C(Mr, W. J. Ueoii. school Trust, es- -f. .M. Uumclt. Chulr-"la!'- :, u-son, rv,tintltT If 1VIIII aa-.ce- u,r- - SEEDS asskeYoa ovMmuutciiiuni. ! . m m.mmia auhh MM.tlMllUt-- 1 .. ;i ri rr ' HrB Saaai Tin ! ! summmjv M &&w aw m ad NlaSetekaM SPECIAL OFFIR: Wrtf . Don Worth Owning. -- pre-clo- Sapplngton of Centralis will be protected from the cold this winter by a coonskin overcoat made from hides of coons which he caught with his famous coon dog Buck. Tbe coat, which Sapplngton was wearing, was made from the skins of 30 of the 132 of the ringtailed species which he and bis canine have captured In the last three years. sent the skins to a furrier with instructions to use only the beqt part of the hides. The consequence is his coat Is the best and finest that can be made and differs from the coonskin garments of this kind usually seen. Three years ago Sapplngton bagged B2 coons. Two years ago he captured 48, last year but 16 and so far this year he has captured 16. Fulton cor respondence St. Louis 1- :J. - SEND K CENTS ItanmrMtoaXal ultHi iiltmlmMi ulartli lafilMIlM ft Mtmtkta MWwwwwwwwwywwwwwvwv t4Xl lw.MHa, AftUM1 IUtU rt"'! "" " V r. tMa Paptr. W ji BLgjJ mm wm mmmmt aanun. Bllai t1IM at lM4nttML 1'endtlton and H. ItELIQIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church ces monrtnr r.d evening- ecry first and third Sunday in each month. Sunday School ; ....... a. in. I'mvMP Si.....!.... ai.ien,nr"- - U.CV.T-- ' Joiner. p.uitor. "? services every Sunday moining and evening. Sunday School .15 a, ni. Prayer meeting every Wed- South-Servi- fo" Ji T'iior. secretary :V. .....'. uj-b- i iSUit? V.n"'chSe,c srry - " " " " pastor. " m' lce -- bunday Scool j .k1'month chVrc-sn'- at 9:18. U a, m. and SOCIETIES. fourt p. "ve' nunimj W' U WrJ"1 t Sunday In 7 p. m. SECRET Ml kU tOi A iMVMm lLW, JaaMMft j iljf . !. J "JBU&EjnO, Sap-plngt- NEW NOT SOLD THE SEWING OF QUALITY. . I Hartfnrd XiAtrm N. i vm. l- a. necta first and fjilrd Mo'nda'y night in w. AJ., I "" P. V. Foreman Secretary."nwr, Keystoue Chapter No. 116, n. A. U. meets eery thirU Saturday night hi ?5chunJ.Mn,,,u Jo.nn T- - Moore High Priest; llusley. Secreury. Hartford Chapter No. M, O. E. S.. meets second and fourth Monday een- V'lfVi'iJhii8, Andeon. W.U. Ulsa Secretary. lteugh lller Lodge No. 110, Knights of v,''-J,t,il.UM:, m?t." Tuesday ,,er"K- c" J Nty if'ii a Hartford' Tent No. W, K. O. T. M., n8?,?.'.'.?"1. "nt' tl,,rd Thursday Electric Bitters Amccc ""' la oervooa proatiatioa and (enuda weikneww ; they ara ht tnpttan motif, aa.tbouaaada hava mtstai. wbta' tftrytainc Ik fckv AND aaM ton KlONtYXtyt STOMACH fc ia tbe war a but TIIOUILK sf OMdicJae tJuVcomuMt. mr UNDER ANY Globe-Democr- A l& I The latter rushed to Edna's side and gathered her Into her arms. "Edna darling." she aBked tenderly, "what in the world have they been doing to ou? And why la my brother Jack all soaked and tearing madly through the pitch dark bouse with you?" "I took your brother for a burglar and emptied the contents of the water Jug on him. I am so 6orry," she said prettily. "It Is all my fault," he told her quickly. "I was a silly chump to come out to the, country at this time of night when'the family would all be In bed, but somehow I Just wanted to wake up in my own room and hear the birds sing. I often take a fancy 0t that kind, and when everyone is asleep I sometimes get climbing up the vine." "I never even dreamed of your coming out for the week-enwhen I put Edna into your room," Mary Dan-ver- a was saying. "It does not seem so terrible, sis," laughed Jack. "Does It to you?" He turned to Edna. Edna glanced quickly up at him, and the color rushed swiftly up to meet her downcast eyes. He pao a little helpless shrug of hie shoulder that brought an ache to Edna'fe throat. He threw a glance at bts fcUtfr and turned to leave the room. Edna Jumped up suddenly ncd fluiiR herself Into his arms "Of course It did not seem terrible, dear," she cried swiftly, "Hut cerytliinB elso has seemed terrible since I broko my engagement to you, aud If you still " lovo mo Thcro 03 no need for words. In-bd Flowers and Facts. There is an Indianapolis attorney ft'bo is known for his dignity and who aely Indulges in "flowery" oratory n arguing a case. Some years ago, lowever, he waa engaged In a mur-le- r case in which the guilt or tbe prls-nwas apparent, and the lawyer'a 'riends advised him to be "flowery" n an effort to appeal to tbe sentiment f the Jurors. So tbe attorney took lis friends' advice. "Down In the hills of old Kentucky stands a little cottage," be began. 'Around tbe cottage vines are clinging ind in tbe doorway stands a gray-taire- d ' mother waiting Tbe lawyer paused and his face urned red. "And while she is standing there valting." he continued, "I guess, wo night as well discuss tho factB Jn,,tbla mse." Indianapolis News. er Crack Filler. Cracks in a floor, caused by the spreading apart of the boards, are obWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. jectionable because they catch dust If you purchaM tlioNKW 1IOMK you will and dirt A simple and effective crack hn o a Ilfo asset at the price you puy, and will filler is made from newspapers. Tear not have an entiles? chain of repairs. tbe paper into small hits, soak in hot S5 EiESESiSSS water, and mix with warm flour paste. Quality "O" 'ii'"" mixture, Fill the cracks with this If 1 iW I Considered which should be thick, spreading the paste with a knife. Another good filler consists of 'a mixture of glue and sawdust Heat 'the glue until melted and for one pound of glue, before melting, allow one gallon of water. When melted, stir Into It fine sawdust until a thick paste results. Fill If you want a sowlne the cracks with, this, packing it down or latcit catalogue before machine, write for you purchase. solidly and smoothing it over with a knife blade. , Whem the jflllfXj Is thor- Tbe New Heme Sewing Macfee Co, Orange, Mass. oughly dried the'floor' may be stained. OTHER NAME. HOME ui min.iiiiy r.uia fenoieton, Lady Acme Lodge No. 33. I. O. O. F.. meets I Kcoi.u anu rourth Hrlday night in each month. . c. Wuliaci Nob?l Grand " - Jtiley Secretary. . --- r.V. Keeper. muaiutr, V: airs. Itecord I- GlliesWe, Commander; U P. Foreman. Record Keeper. Sunshine HIo No. C, L. O. T. M . meets every first and third Friday night " Very Serious It ii a very serious matter to ask lor one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine Ohio Tribe No. Imp. Order Red meets second und fourth Wednes-du- y ilsht In each month. Kllli Foi- "' A' fc'" l'div- - U,,lef of Records.C Ilurtford Camp, W. O. W.. No. 202 meets ecry second und tourlh Saturday Men, !, BUckaIigHT Liver Medtdse t ulllla",!: -- ri W. C. Wullace""""' Preston Morton Post No. i, a. a. R.. holds regular meetings Saturduy beforu the first Monday In each Mills. Commander; J. M. Itogeri, tj S lr Ii.".. Pendleton. CJirk. Simshlne Hlvo No. 42, L. O. T. 5!.. mvcts every first and UiUid FrltUy nlffli In tueli month. wMrs. At,ty Griffin, LiJy CommaiMki; Mr. II. E. "Mlauhk". . Lady Record Krei-Rough Rlvw Iadg No, 110, Kntshts of Pjithlas, me-t- ft every nteht. B. J.. Taylor, C. J. Ney F,oattT, K. of R. & S. '' illS-'bc- i,rt,V' fomth Tuiaday "i, Golden Rule orJ, Groe, ,"ts aftej-noo- Woodmen of tho very hecund und In each month "uardUui, Mrs. K. vorite liver powder, with a larger we. wan au oiners comemcd. SOU) IN TOWN FS. The reputation of thus old, rells-fsle medicine, fnr rnn,tln.iAM iH digestion and liver trouble, is firm-BBiaDusaea. ii aoes not imitate choct mecucinaa. it ie hrt than others, or It would not h ttm fa . Ladies! Sve Mwey ! Keep iai Style by Rtaiuf McC.Ua ' Mignine asd UiwfMcCall Pattens rWLU HACAZINC Tu-wla- 'c, McCsl'sMsftilssni:! llPllI (lll lltPW . 1 Women Journalists. Mrs. "Chang, widow of a 'Chinese official, fa the editor in chief of the Peking woman's paper, which la devoted entirely to subjects Interesting to herj sex. Besides Mrs. Chang's paper there are. eight others .in Peking edited, printed and .sold by women. In Canton there are four, la Bhartfchat six, and in Koocbow three. Mms. de Aeua Janculescan Is to edit i the ftrBt'Woman's paper published in Rumania. This Journal la to bo called Rights of Women, and 1b to be the offi cial organ of the suffrage clubs in Doom of the Army Mule. A A. 8. ef at For your spare time Eiperlence not needed. "Want an active man In thla locality. - . '' National Officers; ua to your, friend. We pay To President-- M. F. Sharp. Narrews, Ky. largest caeh benefit when dek. Injured, Vice Pres Ident-- J. M. Woods. and at death, for omaUest cost. and Cah'.Bonus offer te first ap- UiSP-KSmn-- a' Ku"!. ! plicant (rem thla plate. Write qultlt for ,, State- Officers: particulars. H. M. Froniun, Carroll county, Trss. 833. Co vingtdn. Kr. T. T. Barrett. Henderson county-VicTHE President. S. B. RpUertson, McLean county, Sec.- SS0.00 Inti-odu- TO 9100.00 MONTH ldilr si a moderaui I'Dtuntoliy kucplnc Ulcu fashliuis lu tluttici uml liuls. CO Now rathliui Dcslcni on Kit). f I pociod on Urn ' 1 I - e I AM PREPARED Organize to Protect Name. Sheffield (England) cutlery 'firms mvo subscribed $55,500 for tho pur-'-i . iirosecutlng tor fraudulent lao tho word "Shcileld" abroad. Tho army mule 1b doomed, accord-lir- g to Capt. E. A. Williams, quarter-muste- r, United States army, who had diargo of tho uuto trucks recently tested by tho army. Ho said that tho Qiiimul, which Iwb been as Important to tho army as ammunition In tho past, eoutunlly is to ho supplanted by the auto truck. To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. W. H. u RILEY Veterinary Surgeon Ky. Hcirlforcl, gagmawtassg; county. , Ohio Comriy Officers: 8. L. Stevens, 1,'res., Beaver Pam.Ky, Henry I'll tie, Sec. Hartford. Ky, D. Ford. TieuH., Hartford. Ky. COUNTV BQARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chutriiian, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tichenor. lluitfoid. R. F. D. i No. &. 2. R. C. Hurt foul, Itcynoldu, Ky. 3 M M. Patterfcon. Olaton, K B 4. is L. AIMid, Whlio Run. Ky. 5. ltlcliurd I'lnmer, Tuyloi Mlnea.Ky 6. J. L. Urov.li. Rockport. Ky Treas. 0. P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen. Henry county, and Lat- tl.v Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War ren county; C. M. Burnett, Ohio county; A. II. Brooks, Biuckcn comity; R. K. I. Ray, Hardin county, und J. F, Doss, Muhlenberg1 ' lu cacti biiiii. AU YtihiDhla luroniialUiii on nil homo uml per-- 1 witil inouot, Vuly too n yrar. Imlmliiix tfuij- -' vn frco unLo lotluy or unit fur freer miindIo couy. KcCtll Fttttnu mil ptmlilo yon tn mgke In your unu uuiiiiT, wi.io'jurumi ii mu Ionium Tor joiirMilf uml iluiiitoii nhlih mil boncrlu't In .it lu uud lit l'i ! Jtono hlu'lirr Hum ceuls Kind fur frco I'jfTuru CjuIoiio. la Y Will Cn Yu Fim PmraU for renins nut).1! scilitiiiiiniiiiiiiK jour Irlcinlv UiiiUorrroo rrenilcml uulosuouud t asli rrunDDor THE UiLUl COMM'.V. 233 240 Wta 37Ji Si. HEW IMC & luslReM.Phonegrashy BOOKKEEPING 'Jt, nffMiSKs v TYPEWRITINGina ASt rxsJiJk4l?. iMk luku. w .1e,. JA . XJtv4J m, JS ' && &'ii3At',il& J.jr.jtlAev wjrf rt, XjtkrtK Vf tid PJ, , i, m tnr f " - - v"" "" Chlldrth Cry for Fletcher's J?7.?NWNS3N 'Tho Kind . disordered. Dr. R. V. Picrco found ycr.ra aijo that.a filycerie extract of olden seal nJ hl? Oregon (Jrapo roots, quccn'a root and bloodroot with Mack chcrrybark, lha assimilation of tho food In Hie stomach, correct liver ills ond In Nature's onm. wnv tncrcuso llio reu nioou corpuacic. iw i his ineuis.-iiiBy assimU called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. lalinft tlio fooeatcn the syster is nourished and the blood takes on a rich red color. Nervousness is only " the cry in of llio starved nerves for food," and when llle r.eri-ec s WbfJH" ii - possession o( blood CetlJ. ma.iy ..vtn that llio normal nvin has five farll' tclo: n i. in ii niMfi milllmfetrQ of blood. lion tlto woman only four and u nsu if liVHKclfil and a DCrsOn lOOKS Palo A .tnnm.o.n in niimhif-- lit -- oil hllioi food and probably the stomach I lit, Is nnasmio. tho blood tlocs not get tho Man is n n h 5s not cults so jy vus-w- i. . ;. RICH. riit i Ml , i i You IIuvo Always Bonglit, nml which 1ms hccn In iiho lor over mt jours, lias Iiorno tho HlKiititiiro uc 3, and Huh been inauo under Ills H0"' supervision ttlnro its liu'micy. r. ctccAtAt Allow no one to dcfoivn voti In this. " tiro but All CotnUorfcltH, Imitations n.id ".Tust-us-oo- d Experiments Unit trifle with nml ciiUuiiKer tho lici'ltU ut iigulust Cxperiment lnfuuCs una Children jicr-4V"-- , Cnstorla Is n Imrmless substitute ior Castor Oil, Pare gorle, Drops nii.l Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, 3Iorphlno nor other jinrcotlo Milistance. Its nRO is its guarantee. Jt destroys "Worms mid nllays Fevcrlshness. Tor more than thirty yejirs it lias been i'i constant iimj for iho relief of G'onstjifation., J'lntiilcncy, Wind Colic, nil Teething Troubles and Dlarrlncrt. It regulates tho Stomach nml Bowels, assimilate tho Food, giving healthy mid natural sleep. Tho Children's Puiiucca Tho Mother's Frluud. What is CASTORIA 0$M Ml t fed on rioh red blood the person looses those irritubic fadings, sleeps well at nifiht ond is refreshed in the meming. hf "I wns nliacknl with n rcvera ncrvou dbwarc, which was n cllvjnlcml atomach nnd liver." writes tin. Ja?. U. Lis ELY, of Washj burn, Tcnn., ltouto a, Hit SI. All my xneniia tnoiicnc !. I .larahllnosei 011 ints I wns tclvisw w iry vr. UoWen Medical Dlrxovcrv, cml derived much bcnollt from tarn?. Ur case had run n loiir, It had Imroir.o o chronic thnt nothWtr fnul I enert n pcrmnmnt euro, lnttU. I'I rce's n ulUne has i!cmo much tortna and I lilehly lerommcnd it. I heartily ndvlv- - Its uso ns n rprircc tome, an 1 fii.tk. ti,lu4.n nllmt imaiOa (ii (iiLii 1it Plirin'fi mniltrlripl IkFo1J theiC J, D. Ltxt.Y, Eq. dljoatcs havo run bo lon that thcro Is no thanco to Iw eut.. Dr. 1'icrce'i Mcc'icul Advise- -. 31 ctarr.n,, '" icy f.vrpp;:n2 and jaailing only. cail 4 rm nu""" V; W m i s 9 JAMES Centertown, c56 CO,, Kentucky. First Class Uverymati Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, V GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS pBers the Signature of 2&tfffi&M The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years citt. cwmw. tt tcct. twi enrrmm nunwar mw tows v Hwu; i v -- 11 t 7 "?? L - Jos rrlrrii;i'!il OUR CLUBBING RATES. f TOWER OF THE ADMINISTRATION INTERNATIONAL BUILDING, EXPOSITION. PANAMA-PACIFI- C POSITIONS GUARANTEED need muny tuoro WE will u real soon. Woastbo enormous required to ot once As supply we get tbe demand Soon fbr our graduates. number of students this offer will be wltbdrawn. write at once for particulars. GUARANTEE you n position lr you So FltOM ryD. f y&wwatzt t ISO A o J am) i V- - - BUSINESS COLLEGE OBO. W. MCIIWAKT7. ralaulral. KHTABLHnitD IOtnSVir.t.K. KV. TjucMkVs "Full ol Life" Korth.in G.otl base i.iiulalioii ul VijrartM fetlisMTvl aU ajucraslul ired fitowinj Ubiud llicB. It SEEDS Sds Rl Valfntine OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ptjnl the bt. Scatonable Specfciltlfi Ftrllwt BBAN8 . JloSuhel . l!Am!lrM Taadc Marks tRMWMtAUTS Afi. mnA Amirtntlnr ma our opinion jtae whatlier an asrrlln liitenllo.i is prohal.ly rlntai;Ui'nunlrn. anaucr .....1 r..a I'.l.nta taken thmnsh Munn Co. recelro irvtiat nodes. ll hout cbars. In tns the domlnntlng roatiiro of tho an iirrlillwtiirnl liitrrnnliiiiiiil Kxiosltloii will be 'the Iiiikd tower In helRht and Itl.sltij: :V ft-- t tlit AilmliiMiiitlon liiilMlnc. rIiIi- - h.v the tloinos. towers ntid minarets of the thtnkiil on rltlior plht peat cTlilMt ithifiw, the Inure lower will he at nil timet the most conspicuous feature of Hie Kwwlllnii City. From Sun Francisco harbor palIt will uppetir as the central fcaliite In tlje prenl roclaiiKle or exhibit aces, whose sky line will be 1 in feet In height, whose domes will rise 144 feet and whose lesser towers will be IV' fet In height. From afar tbl s of a mile central irfoiip w'" appear almost as it slple palace, Ioiik and 1.20(1 feet In width: nearer ntthand It will be found that tho exhibit palaces are lnterserseil with great open courts, each designed by notable groups of America1 foremost architects-- The Inner courts will express the highest Ideal of the itrchltcct. the sculptor, the colorlst amllhe binilscnpe gardener. Tfte Exposition palaces will lie Ihe loftiest nn of buildings ecr constructed: tbe grouping of huge grandeur. will give baseeffectthe of At the almost Inconceivable inasslveness nml tower, which will occupy an acre In extent, will be n huge nrende beentrance Into neath which visitors tuny enter from tin? main exposition OIK) feet In Its the grand Court of Honor. This coiirt.Mvhieh will be 700 by v .. ..... greatest dimensions, was tieHigmti n.v .utnim, ...i-.ivlowpoliit rotir-flfthu ..fl.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.60 :....: The Republican and 1.75 The Reptiilican and St. Louis 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The.Republican 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The kepublicam and uany uwensDoro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 k The Republican and ... 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and Nelv Idea Woman's Magazine.V 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican andJVeekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Courier-Journal. Globe-Democr- at andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInqui- Twice-a-Wee- i Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Nsw Slrlm!f& Crrcii Pel ,. J17 VsTdwrll't Imp. Kidney a J.so Buhel .75 Bushel Davis New While Wax . . Currie's Rust I'rool Wax . JS jo Bushel ...ji.. . .! a zr T ,t I J j jo Bushel .. nusnei Ji'tw Early Grailus Jj.SO Bushel p,.,vh,v 1 lohtninir Eiuress Isoo Bushel IsMKt, lUaUk. Temafo n "f Sjrrm. riami ana duhi i in. "r 73 of S?nd for complete catalogue or submit a vour requirements and will quote price. Buy direct Irom thecrower Sae Monev. Write today. Mention this paper. r.stra Early Alssla uo '"''".ff""vv"r'KWJs;r.r- Scientific flttKrkaw. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads t y '" ",.;.;, handsomelj llhirtraiod voeklr. lirjjjt elr. culallmt of any artemiso iortmU Tonys. W a .it yonr. Tour niomn, fi A IT&iltacaswSl.. H. W. BUCKBEE Kocltort.k locators 03ttBrs4..r.NeWTQrK . m V BU Washing ton. U.C.. .! Noteheads Envelopes Cards ' . . Strthnti. Statements Sl JC ML i JLlv W V t v " . I f , x (j. I W) Celebrated lor style, perfect fit. simplicity and reliability nearly 40, years. Sold In nesrly In eterr city snd totrn In the United 8Utes s.i v Canada, or by mall direct. More sold thin any other make. Send lor tree catalogue, McCALIS MAGAZINE sny othet fashion More subscribers than magaslne-mllli- on a montli. Inyaluab e. l.sU & est styles, patterns, drenmaUac, millinery, nC, plain sewlnp.lihcy needlework. cents etiquette, iJod slorles. etc. Only W pattew.a Tiar (BortU double), Including- a free bubscrffo today, or send fur sample copy. WONBESFltL INDUCEMENTS bilnRS cents. f A new cashJVtal offers.. premium eaUIogue Address prise and 231 1 Ml W. I7lk St. NEW VGM McCAU CO, mnA nroaiptly obtauMd all countries, or no (m. Wo oktala PATENTS I as our I THAT PAX. aurenuo wont inuua. aodlslD you sueossa. Band mKlel photo or skutch f or TK C report I natantaUlltr. M rears praetic. HUH I Tnr.yss Say-arst- And other printed forms are given uumiuf, n PAiBINO V00K OX-BO- fa t Special Attenton SaSaSaS'sW4Ji?teWs; ff-'C"T on iTontablo liueoia wr RircriCNCES. rorfrosOaldol to McCAU PAsTEHNS . WAtiWIHOTOW. mtrmmz, 1 P. S3. T . In The Republican Job Department; I I ancKaee's bulbs suttttut V BULBS'! 1 - - xfmwkiJr kJ&SakVfa m MtMailBaB'tal'a. J m mi. kM mu & rcrtnanont cu- - 1 hi i f a. tliirt ffnaxrantoetl or your -. lOOWIJWU' r, aouTCftir toiucuoa miMx, ,i ! ptji .! LtMnmut Mia. orppsj naonsisss, ' j"- - r r afilri u SPECIAL OFFER' (sw.lt wi:i : 1 .r:.. (kUtuaJAo s7iw Be Happy!. Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer. haoDV is she if she has learned of the wonderful. benefits of Cardul, the woman's tonicl Cardul is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicinesafe, 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. 'V aariiaaa ls.0alLK ITarLaja.la T.lla, .- j uiau", rIsM la.!4Uw1t.pVlf .rtfc tUirJLKA.nAaVau.V I TkUIP. - IhitAh lilMUUU. j'rhowlMr;u,wu.i SwrlW.iK. A DE'tNoif git " I 1 u.i.n.rfay w iurin."r' Motion T tl,l,Fr .fj WSu, J . - JsZuvi Jirfctulli IN ALL OOUNTRie. ' IIWIVWWW' ruluiltily. . CVraMSLlSikMolik --, Wl UlulF.ua. Uwwlri, ,. m.Y" riitaiinu ..ij' tit a4sa Write or oomo tu us I... Dr.rti wiii","as"-"- "' - .!.. ILTMr.-n,.r.r-jHa'.S . Wlr.f"- rss,aosr tfalts susssfssssl bomo, 1. I I a."."" .jku.liw...iiiiiui. a.rupw'- - hi. -r--.Trr .. ssvaiss . ai a. LL. a"Bocxrou, ru. atrjaaaa kHi j EAST COURT, PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. Internatlfinal Expo Hunt Cnurt tit the Panama-Pacin- c mirpassliijr tio .famous Durbar Is designed for India. It will constitute a suitable witting for orleutul or modern drama upon a. colonsal riale From a Iniue staircase or ,trom the' tops of Its endrdln? walls Ibe rlsttor to this "Court of will' bo enabled to witness the pageants tUat will be a featuro esiMjslllou The main tower of the court will contain a creat pipe of the organ, with eeho orcnus in the smaller towers: within the center of the dancing court will lie a bnsln contnlnliu: prouplnpi of classic statuary, satyrs and nyuiplw. Electric scintillators will play upon figures, fntins. . fountains nt ulKlit. Tniplral liruls unci Bowers will contrast with the sterner effect of tho colonnades, stutimry and facades of the court, hi Its architecture tho Kast Court, which will llo umouc the roalu Kroup .,! ,. .i.ikii ...hu-iwin ri'SHinhlo the oriental Dhase of tbo Spanish' - MtfoHsli architecture. TAKE M.. Tka THE srwit WomarftTohlc . TVntl SaVS. "I t'lltllc KToalir nt rionvpr ,- -, mi a. maijr sswvjjr, vs wv...v.f fs no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it thece ..,!,? iii sronr hoe rpciiits. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. ... u mu IN0W, l reel Deiier man i nave suffering women. I always recommend Cardui to other can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try It, today. worn-o...., -, I pnRi-antr- .x v , ;iV- - rZ POSITIONS' . BSKiS'. i-- ji -- """-- "Q""S-- v- y ut -- jtf sasWT"'Z.rv,.... ?A'?0rMWfO"r : J-r-t r fof &sk. Mtwlstu. a4 bos. "Howt Tftstacnt tor Woaetf' wot tree. IM JLAtitito -- ..uijjto .tfc '! jgsMz-- ,.--'a- - '' a 5.v.t - a . . ... W , jzr.J.f&im '.,.5,, w,rrr.',ltvi..t,.ft.i '- . - REFORMED SEND MONEY Into the United Treasury." C;eate a Steady Source of Income for 4. the . for Vie Wrfik bnllt uj bombard of Hut reflt:l ..l'-Vin- e, or.i. A la.tt,r rmrivthiii clRKi-ijairt(; uljiJuif, wj pun; itbiro tnr,tii, wWli ap anil prinvibed tniuro utarly tlif forinul.m rf practk-p- , to Rtn'il loiUy, wbli-l- i In t .it; b scmlm", black )iowdor mi Milplitir, ten; H'wntyi-lBlii- ; saltpotrc, Sm-uvl cluwvoil, twrhe lt-- oint. xfif" hs'.v t onVT In 1SC0 W'.,s tpic-t,iiinl ,vlth .staiiil Cm llnsllu'i wrUv a o'ePl t olinrgB o four ilmi'Iyns piii-cVill 'iiilU. IK ftttrn to pKttt-i, pIii wi-t- . pliul li'ilf , V States trl; l la-fil- l rv ' Wfl1' i r nfinAMflSMffltiMIS? I lmir-lnol- Govern- - mcnt. Vov. t Jnoli ap.irt, Uil frit lliii? ,t,litrtv frjonv tln iuu2zK qf Ui bann-l- . fCo'tlll'.v CJiarlc WIhhV.v IIaII, ln "Ti'-iN'aHoni.1 Mpn-all- y. nf the Tiiiule.," In tret in lo . (vntlilnglolb of TirmVfesf of Jlaritford coir,mi,n soUool ilNHI't Nu. 1 will rpcoli bHs fir llu- con structlon of tin- - tvnv In lil: nnliool lmlt1 Ins Cor wild illtr'ct at llio law offlji-of ll.urncvt.fc Smltli, .llirtford. Ivy..- at line "iVIoi-- P. nil on TurMlii), NiVPinbr t. Is kllOW'll. li. lVilldlnc; to be voiilpkl-- 'l on rr (inrpy of llio TJie largest sum rcuclud ftnm i. heron? Auust 1, l'.iin. lAlllimitfi i&'ieiv pl.in.s and ppwIfciUunx 1 on ifllo Miiure xn Ik a. of n vnvill Mini lum'.ng iln-ul ,tjv offli-- of ttie lo ljipu-lki.smi"-.i- i KeciwUijy, fiDin this nnMijiipiix il with Hon. Holm J. rnrly ns ISII iunl u mm mid ilrat fnl office .wllh llnriwe i l Inif-tIt jvjk rjit until UouLsilUe, Ky.- Jimiich tnmt Qjntr.ip-Ho- n .Mo., and O. C. v Co., St. lkC thnl contributions of tills soil to 12. A. ii.iiciiJt.-,l!'Cincltuiitl. une u fttuuly suuic-- of t'i- - treasury. It 1ms lliumwd Willi tlu Ohio. i:, n. riiNnM'roN, rivs. iarn, .n Hint the tfxtal nmutiint re-.- 1 v.m! ijji to ilntc l J.'"I.W1. Thole l. U. li. HAUNTS, SHio-.ary- . i.dly mi (lcjnrtinuit In thi? it enemy 12 (AdvMtlMi-nuit.. iiwkilly ilPxpteil lo this fund. All tfe iiionoy ueeUfd fioni iii)?'i- pricks tlim ifor fo wuo'p ooticiyiiri ilellhiim-iiil! Jiiind Into ll.i mill nf tae ami HOUSEHOLD HELPS u ienil vtal in nny olliei nin- - juW.it ' Jt was Just nftt-- i i,o bnglnin'iig nf l!i" r that tli- - Initial sum mf K0t' in Tilie ajiment Is able Ironsurj ! irVort that durl u Notice to File Bids. Hoard (wlilto) O..' fiscal of liir.'. Just elosjd, tliow Into Uio , matt 'recoiled repentant and ivfnrjiie 1, '.'iJ" from tin nf ?.5U. Saernl Jiuulud rpople .1 iotnl of of onlribiited. w Hnlfl - s W ''k (7B.J JVIVS' w m I I I BMJV fHT fMrTT'ir TT Kf itt&d 1 rHMW. Ml I I V lJkfa T E 3i M I '" V ' I JB I'll I I it r sub-eot fill i HR 11 i rw-ln- l Ion-ni- 111 . - A- f , Copriglit Hirt SchnTncr ti Mirt , Mt ) - You Have Voted 01 " for Somebody for President , ' j I -l 1 ' Itod ins Stn.'fls Ijomls t ' tuastiry. uPcehid ' An ,ii"iiiiraiiy stiv'ii.-iwn.s - explained tl'il rmiiiiiiiiiik'ntion i"rr a loin; sliunsle HMiclwn-- 'ml In demanding 'ipnji)ui1 V'e rcs,tltn- t of Mils .money due ,tp the l'nit--1 V tif-s- . Jleivr lly fiunllliirly If iivf. (iffh'till-- . knmvn n the on ivh mv find. Into It ivury in ftio Kimw t s to HVOi'. from 'wit at en,'s ago. ,'rtr JivaJi tty of in. oi. to tin-- fund nle no 'J f.'v "n or ontunt tlncnncKis iii if t.ieniciils of renfm for tiiu 'JllijCi tjip money. fwii-mini of ri:ii:i) ml'su. mus'.i bioiK- f.ust dish sorxi-i- in.il..n,t.i ilell'ilful l with or ixitloul ulrp-t!,e nw.il for fij Imr. luiiMn. In lielpx hold meal lo- a little flour ! jjood pnipni tloii foj Kether. A t,'ui"e flour slftoil Uvicv Indian meal. :irlnklluj with thu-pints boiling In Ultk- by llltle titi.r. iA1tl a teiiMUKinful . kit, and 'ool. fioni two .to ,t'.iie hums, tl n pour hi iKptli of In. a luxe flat dish to , wli.i?il pa-inn oi iHiur in hik-Cut Ju Mcmarps ar,d ullee when ' It Is xoiilit to (oucVuiie In Uijs dip hi , .slrtiii flour jmd fry or 'jf'iJon njijMitntly nru nv.i-- sluwly to iik-- btown ion ci nrkdle With iks of lntnrn.il nf a Ut,lle fat. Or, ll- - ikIUh-ievtuue t.tXfCX mil) be illpp' .1 (Iclhviui'iicls Vu dutle.i, or , hi b?.i.t'n Vien tH'.o l.tvad ei limbs mlttpil wlilV th- cmTttiPonlntM ami filod In bollhig fat. v. e nf r offkt-i-ncllns icivnsnit l'OUUNTA. rnlL'Ml ,vitji evivntIo.nl '. St.ultrs i ','Oitiiiiltka for ijifift. Tlis Italians aire evtriemely fond cf being hot lUnlllte '?ui of tlip a mfil, tli,eJr iok-at;KUtirs ptlillilt I o our own hasty iiinldlni,-- . i Spniutli'v t(0 mi wiislll0 fis or ol nippod, onlan Is fried it ciollt to Hit- - owinorei. Jle'2 a t l 8.iinjK, a .jiiw la olle oil or liuttfr, ami iuldi'd to i thw .water In which tljp antvil Is nso: or butter find irrated Is a ($yvh foi tl!l or a i'fTi.'rtnln;; . J w 1) liiK-f!i l,s cxjkiln wilij chtiiie Is added Just bin)ip s.irhiB. ii t- - le t'-- l. m-tiw- 1 - Xl-- tl-- ttii-ji- s . slk-es- , these United States. You cast your ballot according to your convictions as to what's best for the country. Your convictions were based on a thorough t Aj t J invesugauon ui me prniuipics invuiveu. now, wnen yuu aiiiiuipaie iue purciiase ui yuurwinier oun or uvercoai, care should be exercised in determining what make to buy. Investigate the merits of the HART SCHAFFNER 4 MARX CLOTHES. If you decide on wearing these clothes this winter, you can't make a mistake. You will be in the smartest style, the best quality and tailoring, the best fit. Suits $18 and up; Overcoats $16.50 and up. Don't forget our own special make of clothes at $7.50, $10.00 and $15.00. Our special make of Overcoats at $5, $7.50, $10 and $15. A C .1 1- ii iv-k- . s Our Underwear, Shirts, Hats, Shoes and Neckwear are the best makes in the i - country. You are sure of the best of everything if you come here for your outfit. -- -i ) t,!u-!v- ilmv villi inn!: w.MiJi ntl,ti,'d inc to mivtinlH. I luijj for no. J. ut actually 'i.id lyt oiu-- . It was tin- - i i.nvon iui"tl-tor orfk'.-r.to i1i tld.s, .iinl Vu. pay. Q n ti.stcis awirti; of li. l:u l i'i'!i I do n it UiliiK It ovai-tl. uron,; for tlirIt Is y,.t J. wjviij;, and I have nluaj.s teKijeltp-I It. a'ln'iitcisl tlie umiiy , loo Iiioi, Iji to Krt ilivif we'l nltJout a s it l lulit Kv iv.'inntetil to iioi-.ip bunli a iitemliwi to lvcr ifflo-ifor vohVni of ,tj'u' i A''' l n- - of thuusjiiilh vJo luf ni J lid hl.s iiit'.st!oii. Wry JQIl.V ,U. iMAUKillVtl. "I' S. The ulu Is 'or " nmntlis, with iuUix-.s- t aX tlm? lia.o W. .ind Ix-e- In llt- i- i.irt or l'nltil Htn,t .sr- - VAN1L.UA sugau. . to s - snwi-nnw-nt- l .i-i- JiIi-)- lr Ifl iiUii-f- W ''Jit. Kiinc l iiqiiI to fviy Uirtt t'l'i J. I,. Ji." VTyitlwr U'Ucr, Ini InxlliK 6 Vwats li r Ktjjriis. Mi j tint fluid luted i SMil .sUunp whlpli had jias-- d tliifui;h 1 Juii-ill- ) v.i ttu- - mall iimviin-i-lci- l when Uv : llttV "V mm it J' X-o-t Kill. wrtio to Jin., poor and thUt stJinip on it wwiiv-Unix.'. and J .wiu, tcmpUnl ,uvl Cell' lyti-r- s WIOU-- . all of t!i. -. fiin riia wiit nru Dio? Idyiiii in T.In fiviotioiuvl unwjHA. wtilcjj. )v tkiM, ,liw tlval w, n a jvikt-- i Kain. ".Vow, iviii I fovl .in acstiuint-i-i ,UMt In (t,li iicar.s It "invi It may Ih tald or my to jnior but .to luil tlwy lMKvyt iKirrttts," Tli fr.u-tloumunx-iML-- Ant- - ." iPttv. Ci rui j aiit.fl, 'Thiro toiild i tlild was no bitter tU'in Oluiinboiliin . I'ouiih llmatily. i. iry JiiUn-ii i.l k-- (with ,w I mopbu-iiirfl- i. ul iwviH iu IhmI, had joni wiw nou:liIti ,np Jblmil .i hteJi lurdjlur K.ivt thvin Clfunberluln' I'OUt;'! IH0'1 tunl t'id ilano . and thno boltKR wyii JIr. It, A. Dmrildsiiii, of Uixlru'-ioi- i, ilUo, i'lir kJo hj ijl ibviliir. One thu t'it tlii-ui- itlv-ni.- Ancient and Modern Gunpowder. T)v ih:d uuaj liaij-oal- JlW.-i- In Did tuulinl JiOVMltJ-- , kUl-i- l UH WJ.I old "boialx.ulu," Mi.n nul r uf H.iltMin-- , ulii'iur a.vl jTvlduntl qhutf) plo;jrtl )iiH hctircely fit to Jiul.l sljrj a iiukji) (Kpillii or am ytil pnrj.aps J 1'ii.urtul u inKt'l 'o juji V1'" UHJ .uitn . jion-Uc! Many hou.seKeepei.s u.so vajillla sugar, pnepaied fioni the anllla b um, (Spilt to .the follilns pnllla lpans and one uuiiw of Jlxk-ajjiail. I'ut ienvve the hjVs and tin-iiniund Into a mm Any wlt,'.i of siijiui- anil biulse t1 'in until linnl.-tseeds arp ?nun.'.ed and ,wlth the tuiiau. Sift thioiiKh a tins stiVilner, U,U Uik jail the fino dicds r.i sugar. Cut the outer tkrounh of tlvs biin Into iiuill pWres an. I IMi In the same ' way with bruise tliat nnrt,!-clulf pound of sn?a,r. fdft a"-Hound JVialn until U Is nil flue. The isugpir wlikih Uas itjie jas1s may lq kpt for uriani, aw genoriilly (Coiitlnu'-from tliiit jugc.) In muiIU.i orpam the t,ho presence of (lesViabt'v Tlie jiortl'i'i qieds Is nuay le used for flavoring put'i u d-received at midnight ItiillcaUd Hull H'o nil! SIfWy J. Jjlmiolji. natlonaj ticket and Uio sioxiu: runniNo. State ticket, bad been DU the Tolks of four ogRs until In Kansas. I'rogrn-rtstxcValuud thick, arid KraUixa.ll' one cup of iv,"H'. jilunillfy ot the State tor Kooscxelt by a lY.atlnif nil the time; .then ald jtiii--ta,bler'onful.s told naVr. If.t pn,a and fioni w,M to l.'.OnO but tlie UMiipBti inpjete o,ta voalil nuiIaUihvpd that tho ,t.ibltipoons of douaistareli Into a cup, f one and itcispoons place "Wilson In the Jisvl. . iwiut letidnl W. It. S'.ubls. Uapubllc-inbaking ipowdeT, and fill uji tlie cap wlt'i 1V TJioinpsoii, Din-(ttriiWllHim JI. (t('iri-nastry flour; ltt ,tlavo fSUt"a SiMiitc. . tlwin add j the fggs anl suirtr. titles, lleat until wll mlvjiil "anU add t'io For Oiovonnor, i.ilhiir Capivir, oiid (ViOiK" JIodge.s, I)iKH,oj;rat, whites of four eggs, listen hliff; add one teaspoitnful of viui'JUi. Uavs lit a were .running about uvion. P(iMctV-.illevuy JMXMtiKjt lieaad 'from long tin In a jnoJerato oven. ,VJin done eiiuul t KT.o a majwilly Tor Uvo and cut In nuAiMa njid norve suffrage unundnuiit. with lumon taupe. Kan.. Nov. 6. Hoturns nt 10:3) cuuii nousi: risu Indicated that Hoosewlt would Holi tie miulnid iiamtlty of niltlli car,ry Kansas iwpv M'llson liy prqUibly In two .waieita to tnxifxi, and wlill was run hot plvk It vry fine and aqiartlier)-- . 10,tX) plurality. TUU uiip.n-witlMash liot boiled potaitofts (UiAnuugkl)' and nliif a pi.'Jir tblid. Qiiiivci- -, ltepublkvui, for GoVprnor, 'Wh milk uayl fi cream Vi" plw-of butter. .Tlueo cupful of Tota- - leading Hodges, Jiiimoctrat; o,nd fltubbs, to to one ami nue-haeupf.uls of fhui ItPIublhvan, for United States Hoivntor, if TJtompiion, Dwmo- will be Ui right nnojiqrttan find the was iSllMhtly njn-aCl'.kt. d mixture should lie moUten-wtili x TUlity-Anout or L'.IKi nwlmlt?) In g. Matbu Intf) lightly lniatui 1.113. iWllbOll a.b. balU by lUlit Ii,iuOUi',-- , iiol in itour IClluii glvo ami diop lata liot at lo cook Taift 2.611.. UUOSISVKl.T CAUUli:S Ud.lNOIS. to A goldvn bruttn. Drain an Jn.Mi W lUofetsvrU aiiknyio. No,v. Plljtul, to l4uins :o JinlM) Uuiine, uiuuoi-diuIlk lark liny bo an fiirly iM. but toImm! ,uji tv 1 oVltick this nvnilng. ap. wlwn ,i ciian roi-ut tor orw .Iw ivir.mtly thu St,ite for JMesl-d'-citclu-itt woiiii with it, SoutM-i- i anil tiop,rri(r, 'mwpijttv,ely. Agriculturist. to rvurr ut liand at Uuit 1o.if A tivnjior Is II ku a sjilritd Urs- o- It wiis only tlio Colonel's sluing rary In a xery goul artV:lo to mako tilings w Cook to.iinty that carried, lilni tlumucli. so long It duntn't run awny with TUr In 1.3"3 out of 1.1' S jjnpelnctn, lie Agriculturist. l,pd tVv. Wilson by lG.ttl. Io.te imUirn i u't - E. PI BARNES & BRO. KENTUCKY. BEAVER DAM. This Store is the Home of Hurt SchafToor it Marx Clothes. showil itlutt In l.ftC fioni ilown-Sliit- e of Cook out of 2.7!.S precincts outsl-lcounty? Wlb-owiirs Souitei-j- i tfnf In 1'nolikjit Taft ran IJilrd both tho lead. In Cook opiuity and down In,? SIh,!,". Julgi Uiinuu arYiK'ltly "HI go Into with ji Urgf- plumllty office as Coi'-iinoIn the rmt of In Kunk Dunne (Uenwvnit), has II'--'. Til: (Pnoiix-srtlvo)- , Kt.oT!; lHvieon tltepubll can), .Sliortly JkOfoiv inldnosht, II. C. lxsouie or fitnnici- Sppalw-- r Jo.onh 1. Caun,on," ioiivfdo.1 his tlefttit by OMI.ilr, ramllilato In Uvo KU'''--eentUio U;nn-rtitlor Dauxllle illnlrkt. NUW YOltK KOU WILCOX. Vork State New Voik, Nov. C iN(ilbs 15 pledpilal tiH for will cdfct (lv. Woodioiv Wilt on foi 1'ioll'iit. CoiVJiiiHsnuiii William Sivlzcr was ekiot-v- l r l s ton-l)i'la- ,v ; ji two-third- sl li 2!lrd GOV. WILSON l IS ELECTED k-- biy nt Oetobor, A, l. jjij;. It is ordered by Um couit that iuciiin be 'Jiad upon .tho fc:uiw on tl.p itth il.tr OF MANY YEARS AGE or ntviMiiliur, A. D., l'J2 .bo'oro .! court ,it Count (Hall sit Jils-III- f, Ky In ald ilKtrJet at 10 oV'toi'S. In io forputym, or as ivir tlwrciVi us Man in Dallas Texas Says He prnrtlcabk', niul llaK jvtlcy tlwnyif, bo IiulvllHhvd o,nw time in Hartford Killed Covington Man Twen-- . CONFESSES GRIME j a i . tyfour Years Ago. lllce to-d- i onj-i'ial- ir N t-- halls. 1liel. k gsoAl-dlze- d lf m-l- l o C)l. nt Aceo-.-iI-lu- -crn or sald.petltloiver should utt b ra,nlrjI, WITNIWS tlie Jlonurable Walter by O. II. Hose, .twpnjy' itl'fU tour years ago, nt Ciovlngfon, Jvj-.- , 1ia Kvans, JiuIko of said , Count, and tlm tluitvuf, it Owciu-lmioKjontuckv, killed W. II. ilorris. He naid ilee wnt In hVA d(strlct, an ), 3lst day of r uniJU-the name of ,N. iAV. IphiioH (n'li)ii Oclnber, A. D 1012. ho killed JIoirK Itnse uliw n,ild that A." O. IlQNAI.D, cierjj. IMiipeTtKiie-tKo- . twenty-fou- r i'iho, at overn,or. UM, W. DUNN. Deputy Clwjj. (Adv. ,Ku style )H0 fifV" AuatVn Kentucky, s At 10:10 yuly u.Vjiit of the Stepliens. Tlifl.'Vby'H aprKtlto is often tl'io sour-'- o .mil about lialf of the ti of a,ninjiiii(ent. If you would Iciao su'ih Jtrt,sfl Jins iwdded In IVdlas tor On city diitrlctu had henn on ajMHitlte take CIvwnbArlaln'B TUblets. yeaiji a.ud Js farty-U- x thos.o re.tuuiH lpubllum iCJiailimian it DaJJs iwonifin. The Thy not only orente a Ji,culCiy ajneiln Ua.nus that a,v. iWlhiOii hull old. lie but atreiigthi-j- A stpni;ijc!i and tnablo cfiilo 1'fivfl mo children. aUMut SUuto by DlAt can led thu llyxso of It U do Its woik nat,unally. J.'or silcj Jiaa 'not given a,ny Clwlipiikin Sta'-i' whllo , killing. Jle Ki!d thai .wiillo by all dualors. cl'ilinyd tjnt Wlbon 'would Jisino ,t waking Ktst a oliuruh (horo )ieatrd,iy plunillty of iW.UO. Last Call for Taxes. htm to Uvo wound of singing u ?nt Gov. VAva Suiter Dojuity rheilff S. O. Keown will bo to tho thut li ,w,eut ln,lde, ljati-nn- l Ooyeirnars WJUon and iMai"lifl,ll, llio to coitiesa and twunt - at tlw following places on day named to lie,ad of lino National tkiket, lexitomllii; Harmon, decided Qollett your taxes. tle city bvt ,vl.'h,"s tuvl slu'wi.e uougiiatuluVms. evening. hall,, wheio lie .frurwidflid last Duudi-e- , MonuUy, ov. It. ' uu-o sent In itl.o .first usseirts tliat pliftut .1 Doanfleld, Tuesday, Nov. 12. tills thCHo ciulckly lndlca.ti)il itliat In Repar and a Jialf igo h- - buimcd "tils Herbej-t- , i1Ydnes-layNov. J3. publican t4oiigl:,olils ,HLsfi was V(i,llii:;. ii,030 ln hojiui lie.rc, obbilnlng tlmi-etiTrlslor, T;'.'iurd.iy, Nov. H, toqenoon. wldlo tho fliyt returns fitoin Uw Yori; " Hbri.i'.. rrlnt,vu.lii v V..v 11 .. fi.k....j... sumikco. City Hhmviud u big jduiilltD' ,f,ur )ilm and Saturday, Nov the llroiiN. 13 and 1C. Notice in Bankruptcy. Coiittr'-owTiics"ilay, Nov.. IU. In tlw District Court of tli Unltei Jla.tanz.is, Dlstrlnt of J.ho Wpslem Nov. a). States Tor Kijiullty, Tliuridiiy, Nov. 21. Ktutuckj,, Oweiii,lio 1'lvbJtn. In ,1ank. ' Gwulvo, I'rlday, No. a. rnj'lcy. Itovkport. Saturday. N,ov. 2:1. In tho Jiviller of Oliftrles . T&s KiM Yti Haw Always Wy,it .Tuesday, Nov. 2fi. a ILtnkiupt. I'rcntls, Wednesday, Nov. 27. On tills 31st day of October,' A. T,. Basra tbi ViVi, l!roinwll, Nhv. Z). on considering tlw ("dlUon of Lhi Wgnature ol T. II. ULAQK, Slwrlft afoiyt.aU! tor dlsojuirue fllod op t'W "Adv. i)alh;s. Tax., Nov. mak public a rinfs.-i!w-i assj-rtlns dlstilct, and Uiat oil kijoivn (niUtuis. an I oUier rrrsons In tnturp.st may uppftir nt Mild time and ipbv-- and slio.v 'cause, ir uiy they lui, iwliy t.(d pruy.jr i"iijier jrliHil In sud ghfjn them se-a- jd-iii- to itwoii-ty.tluv- oie-ir- i i'ul-nif- affi-ii-ti- t- I'p-.Stt- comV-'iulo- , lv o. n, CASTOR I A rrlBfuti.u4GUUrw. taklt Z.tfZ&L f ,.'.