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COLONEL TO HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912. n I'lOttA'to e.V'ty yiflr slir'O ANNUAL BAPTIST )riranlzl In Ui'i dliit.rtrt. Now otif winl to tli iinw Via,t UlA ASSOCIATION nut ool. Don't Mil fir I'M t'uin ".i Yru wll Kot lwt year. Iliilil 6ir J,t. ou I old, lint If y,ou hU .'or Kdt It If tho tn pull ou $7 or tS will lirip price.? ilpwn. lift wty inn n'1 Brings 17th Anniversary Meet-mr tibnfco ?or eay. lXin't off?r ing to Successful y sile until the buyer sal ' ruiy tn aro Wour iirjofi". knw our arlos' End. rlslu, ntnl will t,aml by Uiem. , l .tanJlo5 The Orwji Itlvpr dlftrlct by list year'H prlfiis, and I ,Ui ink ,tfien Ky., Nov. Ur t'le fir 11. 'stand firm. I ,wlll pllst you t'le Jloiiio Warti'ioiiKe url A. &. fit ii. most siU'cfsful nltK;tlnjr In Its liWo'y ll(t-will tnke no us 've the' KOVientyflfth annual sesscn of the liae 75 to N) Pifr pent inf flhe wbijcn mineral noiQlaiiVn of Kentucky oume to a okm at ,rjon yi'ttiday. Iiooll. Tli.J Jiin,u on ,t!ie imibilde will f. U. ' 'Wiln Xll.t Ti!ms moinlnit iirosram wns very no Ins un,tll ,wo report on the juung peoTIm tho to t triHT if iniinn nuicli ple's work was maide by A. L. PhV-lenrU-fI.t nru otlon. Ortrn of Loul&vtlle. He ioniilmeiitel the prwprent. as well mi ftlxe for future work b?lnjf a.'compllnled by the .Bap-tHtund by your rUjthbt. . Yjowvr l'eople'a Union. ,T,lve bc)raJI Chir Of nil tii, tlrn'i.1 slnw .was (llsciWetid .by a muimber of s da,ni0.r-oufljr;ijl tor .fall prlpvs, no ,nnjirji? nnopijitllim has conye up l!if.ra nitnUtors .ttmytnt, Mess?n?r?rs fion evaty yp at this portion of ,Uie ntsde ,wTe lMUfil. Uic farmer. A backward M,ole;ra,tqr Tliomson appointed a cottu ,l),iiiirincl vjvvt y.'i time ni'iins ruin. n ' mitto; to .boott the 1913 meeting at In ypur It lolWiso. irot luat ynr. to the .n,i of securing a Take r) lens. A Ul'le You niel It. rssivJntloii, The Western tirlintliMi riow nny inciui jsuciss ar--tr atenidani. 11; fin.:; w;ilcli will meet at SmlthJnrud on April utan.l nw'ille. S, Invited t)M delegates ,to be prepeni. itin't let ou,r CfVnmlUp" npil far Tlif fa,rewpll ssrjiion wna preaoleil by tlian Uie pr'cn fixed. t!:e J;m'. Dr. ,V. U. Unck, o! Lsxlmr-toI now to nil jrrMW.r. ppoteil nt tho vlo? of wMch Inlet itilk ,Wm than Ivit tiki- - no , iTiolfil, on tte in'cjlng were Jnndo' by a mirn'jer year- - w am. set It. of ti'ie deV'trates before ,idJdUT)luiint, J. W. 1UNX Tonlsht most of hv inesnmeM an I ,Wtora leCt for their hofiies. UVie GAME WARDENS SWOOP Ion waa dljmUseil ,by IV. J. W. Prt?!', of I'xInijHoii, and J. ,N. P.rpniljla', of DOWN ON FISHERMEN Unil.ii lll. Neyt to the lvsipy reViitVn of Uet'vl iMega wiis A'le wlft of the J.V r,ropTty of the OJilo Vialley Insti From Mouth of Green River 176 tute '.It S(urifls to tZif iMlnUtars' All sool,ty. It wilt be iTfuiwrVO Jnito rt Nets Taken to Henderson and fc'Vi'e fo.r old inacl:en. 'lr. Jerry t w.ho w,i3 tlw donor and led Burned on Levee. In i?lv!m ttie Oh'o Valley lnti,tut)e. Is an Jncle- - of the Itev. H. C. Mcdlll, busl-ntmim.aier of tlie Wi.'Hterji JUanrdsr, H(nWrson, Ky.. Nov. 25. A whol,ewle raid was made Friday, Saturday aid of IjouVivJlle. Tf'fi DiptUt siinltarliim Mopiday by Deputy Clilef Qimnu ,Wirile.T matUr was pi acred In the linrids of the e.Vicutlv.e cpntmlt'e, w)ilci ia is Scott of Frankfort and e'lS'U dtputy ij fu'tnv: W. W. Iandriui). II. A. Ppnte" game wunVi:ui on flslvi-U-wfio In.l A. L.. Oiplvle. Wallace y b. C Krnifir, been oprathiK .tn vlobutloii ot Vvt tlsn laws for years Wear, J. C. Qnjanoe, jy tmins D. Osbonie Knme and alouir Oirek'n rlvor bfwiei?ii rt;pi:vill' W. C. aiious?, S. J. Cann,oii, G. .W K. S. AVHutnn, It. Qirter, and ,tlie flwutli of Vyi rtixir. One hundred l ftevpntyislx ne,ts ,weir found. No O. V. Comer. W. T. BruneT, rU of LouUvllle; C JI. Tl'iompscin, HopkUuiille; ar.reHls wr? made. Tl'n rjtls wire " rilCtMl on a sriscUl-l- y C. W. Elaey, CyntliUuia: T. II. t; Coilnnton; W. V. Hunter, cUir,trvil luriaj and brought to illi'i-d?r- :i W. A. Gatllff. (WllllajnsoutK: I lVivlay mlht, th.y ilere were pUuwd on the kwee. Thoy re A. Booth. Tayilorsvllle; J. W. Pontes', ne,t afire, and nixn uijo'ililng was left In'ton; V. W. Kbenluindt, Frankfort; M. K. 'Stanley, Pulton; K. O. Cotftrdl. ot tliiii .but a.sli-.a- . The LIHiniltifXtlon Cloviport; B. F. SwlmVer, Canllslo; was ImIUI OKilrnt .tlvo sky. ' Sirtt and .his deputies U(t Howling A. B. Gardner, B,euvetr Dajm; (H. H. ,Tas'-Iq- r, Murray: W. 31. Stalling, Sml'hs Greien Ust wjtvek by Wilcr bent on lm wo TALKS LEADERS lvn LARGE SUM DUE of thi cpuntry Cor at bxst a J'mr and a half. I'llOGIlBSSlVK OUTtOOK HOPEFUL Now 'tliat Uw rptu ns aire all In and liavu been carefully anallz'il t'' t Htatln out DJit If the Uepuhltaw,') had but one, ciinilldn.t, . pir?res.lve, itliey . .1 .. .... . ..1. . .........; nm "j w wouiu .raMe 5w?n n." ctiwihh It jiu.bllcAn vjtjp f.viiiii WJ' com.blned glen to Mr. ltoovolt And Mr. Vtitl was far gvcfiter tlian tlrait reqilvil by Mr, Wilson. sq tjie s'mpTe foj;t remains tlvit wjipn t,!iu Republluan jAnty g.--t to?eUiier on comimon vaumb they will be Invlmjlblje ns Irei'oore. nKTIKRMKNT OF Mil. BUYCH. Tlio itl,rltbjli AmbajJiador iltpn. Jam.s Brjqe hoa Jut ,re'i?n,eI 's po.3t mu;h to the of tfos Amierlpan peppl. Mr. .Bryoe as heen itlie tnpxt popultr A,mbas?pdflr that iGnrat Britian thas ever sent to this iuntr-- . H(s txypk. "Tho BY STATE FROM BELL $20,730.77 Not ' THE REPUBLICANS Hfl " .111 Accounted For A .i:i -- Wants The Progressives To Stand Against Enemies. Says Democrats and Republicans Allied Alike With the by Former Insurance Com missioner's Office. I'Vmikfrttt, Ky., November 19. In hlj to Governor McCrewy on hi" InsrpMon of ,Uie reconls of tlipi State rtic,--t - Ky. Members Hold First Meeting After Disaster. Bradley Designates ihe ?rogrei-sive- ai..n " l.-A- s Interests. Uopm-vo- lt New York, Nov. and OidiT H. tftmus aMieMul a g?nrnl conferotKve of l'rosrelvo At,ilo TliU arwlon horp leod'tr la afternoon the louftwiuie turn to tlecHa the itifBtloin of fusion in elsrtluiw .hereafter, wl'Ji particular iiefer.vni to tuive fusion Willi in New York. i flint speeo'i It was Cot. Uooe,volt' sine? tli; eketUui. lie wild: "Tlwro J'Ave Ikvmi tlmcn w.heiJ It wn y cxprewed tli.il wv were a bolting fiction of (ii; of ti. old pnr-tland would attempt to fun? tumln with ' We will not. In this party that mid Orginizi!in of otirn Both ot s(Cublhw!i4 stond nllke. the sill iwltvi retvwutril tlie name p;lil ;?, niul boh c tliivn h&iiuI i,n Hie ivll.il Issues of lie day. YuviMrjr to !d. by rfit, mil H In our s.oul'W, to m'.'.ow the people thai LVyj busing aro almply deluded when they are privileged to ote tnulrr either of tfte oM pirtlfs. It doe not nvike ajiy dtftererjoe which Uicy utc for ai lonjt an th"-continue In clL'irr of ihA, olJ parlies; they aie uikUhk fielr otN .oxalnst their own Uif.il3 nnd far th rwrjvatiiAtlon '.if of the puiiihlti.il'oit twi:n prhlleia-- In politics ami pnl4We to-lf- '. nu-rel- l. n Who Will be Per- IW.P-tL.- ts 'ke Inter-Qitlnf- Itlr s y, irnurcnoe It)irtment, unuVr the lift aim'fjutiatLon, when C. W. Belt was Insivaaoe ComiuWslonr7 State and Kxamlntr Sherman Good- riaitf.r finds tliere Is due tlie StaV for tes ami licenses and tax on premiums ),;w.7i, of on fties and the 2 per cent llcn.jse tax, ile roports 1 at there should have l)t;n tl'UH.:.'1 oollepited fo- - fc?s nnd 17cenw and are accounted, for. fTli,re ahoulpl Xiaye besn $litl7,0Sla oalltf'd In tlie 2 per cent tax on premiums and IMH.eCl.Si) Is accountiM fo- -. An eirior of tt.Sl In bookkei!plns, for which (lepoxtmuit was gKien credit, was deducted from tlie balance found oue. The .rejuort do not attempt to siy whetlir the $W,T00.7T was colleoted fiotn tiie Insurance qompanleii, but statfs tfiat tlvj companies were dplns buslntw l'i Ove iUi,V, the 'fees, the licences and tax w.en? due, niwl the money should be iocounteil jtqr' to .tine Slate: but de clared tl at, lu'iRinuich as the ommls- slon'r wis directly charcable with tlvsie to enfoiioe them, he should ihe held liable for itlie amount lne tCi jSltav. Jxe (was WlieUver he qr some one In ohiairg- .of tjio colltptlofn. Ho said .tlie books' Wfne in bitd con dition and the repoitB to jtlie auditor were Inaccurate. The books "showi',d a carplosjrtiss anl dNri5ritid of .both le?nl pind moral ro- aponst'bltlty thnt .was pppalling." When asked alout the wnort .tlil. aXternoon, Mr. Bell ntd he bad not KMU'it. and b'ad nothing to 'say nor.-- . mii aakedhts friends to' suspend Judi;- miUt for a few 'days, when iie iwpu'd make a co,nipltement. 1 . rcrt mitted to Retvrn. . w 4t-v- t( dry .Iou'svIIle, 'Ky., Novpmlxor ga.t!iered pve.i-In- g last T,hurJ-i- y CaintnptigWrialti" vfilvihi (enjoys at the Gait House to sur,vey tlio w.hlcji fl5.3U.2S Is due wide popularity in ,tiils country as well wrneck brouglit ro,Vant by tlio about premiums and $.i,12243 in as In England, Js itlie only work evnr Ameirjcrin wrlt'en prop-i- r $1'!6,-Ic- rd tex-Irntto- l3.t Into two clas;s; ,tha?9 who Is ot Gavemnvnt. Arnbripsddor pretty, good iAmirloan him- would eetk to externlnate all iPro- cona'dened a self, and Ma dspactuns frtpi flhils country gresslves, and those wJio would try to get,tie Progreaslvcs .6ack into Uie will ,be sincerely regretfed. pl, election, take stock and .make plana for a ifoielgnfir wjiich pf,ovs the future. a,pfreci!at'on of fl've Amrfcan peo. bj-- Am,?rlcan Instltutlona anri 0ur Xotm T.hoae present at tlie meeting sep-erat- ed are " 'II l!i ot Fifteen Year Old Cigar. Colorado Springs, Colp., Njav. 1C 0. . IlfiwkUis today smoked a ptgar tie had ibeen itreasutlng for J5 yejire. A trleind from the Phltlpp,bv.s gavie (t to him in 18J7 on icpndltlon tliat Jie iwou'd ., .. ... .i ..... ' ui(wii,ui. piprvi.- um iiiune m .uuui .t.. uie ed a president. M w - WANT STANLEY TO RUN FOR SENATOR Second District Congressman Be- - ril AIc-(V- lai-gu- ing Urged To Make the Race. Paducah, Ky., Nov. In builnitw." Continuing, Colonel llpanewlt diiclnr-d- " that he was In the rltnks tu u nmn vJiaul not ti n lender, llessald thnt hi Imped tlAt hi n l?flVlalr assembly in which the i',ruKirf(ni dud irepro- vntvttan would Ujnre le otny subm',"-sleto olttTer of tin' old party if tjiey deit'rfl tn combine JtV jiiiwi of Vvt i'ipsrttvie party wltjh their ivvrty w as Kei-tyvk- Ilpnierspn. wfipew .brilliant and witty adrtriesa closed tlie bis Deniox-,natlratification rally at the A. O. .Sitanley, of c X'u will make it plain ti paid, "tyuit t Is p to "he oU parties V oirbliv nuwlrtft u"! arJ our reprtjianVtiirpi In tine atitte l4liijLi,tur iwid In tVnn'P utv not of nny tsolnff to entar into any dt)-idBre,j Air nronal awntfie ,wl'.h qlth,w of ,tU old L$l tluem Aft tiiaA work. "I funtliftr earnestly jhnvw ltliat In tiliU Staf. In fill otlvsr iVnltea. in qaronaif, WtteI Stafte Senjitqr. A th Rien ua.nblynven. will At Wi learllest rojiI-bl- 9 einbodjilrff all da,V, Intrndix'e bUU CPmKMimlvo In principle of pU'foirni njiid fight an uwii na ihiy to have ttteae UlIU lenaoWl know Into la'.v.i." "1 hope a-v- we popl." live lrtie. all rivers Ui KiMitiH'Jcy wltjh a. U-- e fir rw I ' Ruin For 'Tobacco Growers to Sell ZU s Lower Than Last Year. YJ:VeavllVe, Ky Noywnber IS. Tobavio Ofoworji ot tli,e Uren Dlatirlct: It Jb now up to y,ou .to ro ,thd Hivsr (shtnv , how muf:!i wod the lut nli,t iytvr hard wurk luu done. .Willi no nw'e ttobaox) than last year w,e fuxs not ' able to tniiulie a thtil. 1 Aae by tho papior that tlie buior Is i: under latt to a rudtlon ,y?ar. lif you In prlceH It will .be the thU Unio r Sinn next year, and $2 pft next would moan 0. and donvi tn tlu (SAnv) sUirv.Ulon prices of 1903. Now Is tho time ii stand ftiui for nil gear's t jM'-i- nf aelz!ins all nets. They sprang a surpn'so on the flshirmeii on Uiwi vlala,tln,g ,lii law bv n'.vor ,wlio uslay tUe r,Ya to catch the fish. The grame wardens !wt tlTe dajts twttavllle and ithe moutih of river, and lietr .seanu-- lore Ijrult, ' It Is not nro,buble tloit ianrst will bje made, Ui. wardenJ IUffvl'ijf that jtlie confiscation ot property ,wlil m?ts,tf S3 uutflclemt warnlns to prevent a ren0,ti'n of tlw Uleeal pnajctlce. werp lalued a)t about J5 Tli re.t a,udo rient otomuay earui. with 'ho wardens Ait t1i irj,ar. The w.amlns will Ifavo heiti for tlm Cumberland and Tennensee irlvers. iwlwre tliey .will inviostlicate eoiiflltlorttf. While In W.estorn Kentucky thiay will ihtifco lhelr Ji..xdiuurieni In Padufcish. iw W(iM-- te h w iriu Rosenblatt-LinTli OW(e,nslioix s. con-taln- inquirer Sumsay - tl ifolloutnu corvcernlns tlw anar-Plaof of Miss. Kstlwr Itosenblatt. In IW3 xu U)od like a tpek. You lIMHwUte, ami sbiter of ilr. 'laitlnrf Uld thiu H0I .rump, ami did not jiave Itosoablatt. wJio Is In fJiairjte ot the 2 ner r;ieil of It noolfd, a'lvd sold tho lVsqnbVi.tt stuns in Hartford and slsUr I'xa Cirpp at u .3 cuiitM par 1imtiiMl. of MUs Hay UasembVt,t, iwlip neiiently ou iTold tilio 1911 oixip at visits dn thU city: This time tlss iKstltru ltoa.MiUVi.tit land Mr. H. neajly, .S ce(iU jier hundred and had .SO par oen,t You (hud Rruink Llrts were niarrM jYtlneidav uniVi' eotttiwl. .the tockbqne to liold that imp until eivfnUiK at 9;lj In .LauisiilVW, by JtjibM .March. Tlmt backbone Is bin lit jjivlih Itaivch of tejnple Aisth iuajl. Tho older. Let u elmw Uib buyoin fjlint bride, wio Is from ,Uawvs.vme, .but his fpr Name the eight y'aj-- have jiiuiVj If. tiinjf;?l', madjo ilwr lome in and cUcJU year iof eilnoadlan liax not time, Is an attraotlvie and popular yvins qonneotied 'with of tle naojile woman wilia has been In vain, .TJi8 xi' are o.' you. The piinerltiy pf your Me ,B:ikiQr stqre. lil.r. UUut U tlil UiJwil-e- l iVemarattor for tf.ie lAmlymm depart-nveMakje a riildren is in y,our Iviruin. store, and iIias nindo many friends sa:rlfln5 .to ,wlu. .Btmid flrjn. tiwy to .your co;iHinlUfV. iTAko ino lens Uicn Lnqs he ivMie to Owenisjbairo to Jiesll(. , last yeu,r's nrtej" F. Hold this crop und It jkjiu lounnot sot your price, cut put next ykr's E veiny niAnibur ot IVui,-- Itjveir Lodge crop ot .tobupco. IbUae lini'ii, itr1' No. 11 KntliU of I'ytJUjio and unv aaid vtiltlma KnluhU are rf(uelei to be tvw', .cattle, khe.?ri, buUier ou give In tlW time present at nuh'uUr uvaeitlnu at Qastle pool thene. Iff . Ono Hall, Xuesduy nlirht, Nov. 3i. Sjwclil you will bfi sure U nexf. pmii wtll hHn'jr as mU(.li ms two. uti.1 prosiiuint for ivt eutQrta,hvnent has ben qrop at a ood prepaivd. U sure to come, you can ell the B. L. TAYLOIt, C. V. price. Don't listen at jiny story ' .regard to "loo mucji .on Uaaul." 'Ili"l'e J.NEY FOirrIt, K. of-and 8- g lan ut Atteatioik.of h ow-iir- Jxt Wednesday evenjmj. Auditorium rink Woodrow Prefers "Mr. Wilsoi." spent Thuiadiiy In Paducajh mingling Princeton, N. J., Nov. 19. Pnesftdsnt with score of frienda, (wnppi po had not tint, should, such a paper ihe taatib-Ilslie-d, elect ,Wllsan, by careful Inqnootlan ot seen since tine sitate pampajgn of last he will hcane (the editor and tlie addresses of a fw tlioawanla of fall when he rooke at .tpcopinty cpiurl- - make it hot (or thoae he doea mot like. lectors he Is neqivlng. lias dlsaoiViercd Jn the lateret of Governor Mf- Others .took up fthe nwHtpaper dde.t Uiat iw lias a title for every day In houae Orzary'a candidacy. He resumed to his with enthusiasm, , and finally asked Uue week, but tlvat so for fs .ltas tailearly this morning. Friends ,f ho iv much t'w enterprise would cost. ed to raealve Ute ,beat of American home In One bppelul patriot Seloond district's represeintiatli-said a iitJVfjpor tltIes-i"M- r." noteaaar Wllsw Uie Wllnon. Jiere are urging him to moke can nbe put on Its ijoet In Louiavl'.lo ' .Wllaon Are .running a congniqas and Governor assuring him a Wg vots. In (tlie with $100,000. AnoUier put 3J0.00O M close .race for .tlie lead, in ortte.r tfin ,hlm a .blgl .vote In (the Gibra- tle lqnieat figure, while still a fti'ilrd qoiinos Dr. .Wilson, ,Prsl(lent-elqe- t ltar' aluould hif cast W "hsut into tho opined .that fl.000,000 'WlUt ,be aroe; ,W. Jr Rucke-tt-, iQiw City; W. and ills iSxcellenoy Woofro.v ring." Much pressure hus biaen ibnouht A wnvnlttee was ajprplntied ,to WHson. M. Wqad, May field: A. S. Pottle, upon the brainy wnaireasirpn ot matter fipm (ewry pfpml-poithe "My choice would ibe Mr. iWllson," to 'bear 31. D. Barly, 3Iqmtloello; J. dUtrlct (to lenfctr thi9 (raic . ",Tlin,t the Second today. P. Qrlffin, Louisville; W. E. ,MlHqlifH. 83 fd the Ircwldent-leo- t a candidate to aujeceed W. O. dlradley. ( 'f The meeiting Uien took iup ,l,htB I m best tjtle Ijor p.n Am?rk;an." i ( AWrvllle. T,hp Denvocratk; rwmlinoe, Iwihos? elec- (airs ot t've Itepuhbllpan (corrcmittiep in TUlie iMlnlsters' AU1 aop'ity itiruptqeis tion would be assured, la to he aetect- - Iulwlle, and wme ffy harph ypar xere electeid trvs lollaisw: (R. n. Washinctoa Notes. ed In tli,? primary inext Aujgunt. It ' w,is made use Oif (leiative to .tfiuC Itomar, it. N. Rlllott, J. 'W. oijter; for .tTKMOCRiATlC DlSBNiSlONS. J. C. W. BMkjtiam body. hellaved that ven Mr. Gneian Oajqnet. cpu:d twro ytrs, C- M. Tthomjpson, C. iT. iRleM. The Kemfierjats aw njqw belnnlnig to will be a candidate, and it its ihlntol not carry hla affectlori for loyfd C. W, iWiells, M. ,K. .Llgon; flo,r tiliice haw their troubles and dlvla'ons .which that Gov. McCntury Js ambitious to qf tndomslng to the extent yeia.rs, A. 8. .IVOtle, K. B. AindenMai, K. wane ao dlsaatqrous to tli ltppuliUoajis qacupy Oils old seiait In tlw luppflr iouso fp Loulm-illpqmnit'tieie, and urracl C. Ualtioun, A. N. Couoh; alilo,r)' b,oird In the .naat and .the neqMit canipajgn. of qanKneas. tyieire .Willi likely he anfltlier that anathier be Installed liere." K. S. Aldcr.man, T. N. Conipition, W. W. It Is' now qantaln tivat tlie ,ltiiiotcrits Qan?iUia,te trm Louiiav'iHe. Attliough oondemnaiHoin of the Louisti Ui)nd.rum. ,B. K. T.ull, C. W. Knight, will not only Jiave tlie praaldency and It Is ibellaved tliat tlte denvuida imalo ville qomntlttee was un'r''tal, no pUrv I -j Mosby Seay. tho ,H.oi3 but tine Senate aa well. ,ll!idy upon Mr. 3Vnley .to hqcJome a flandWaU tor extermlmuUng itliat JUpcly .waa depVyltqed to pnngnelve Vy,rila,tloa will hr.lng h,ls ann,onniameinit sliprtiy. cided upon. The Hv. II. Bojioellayior, of r, It la undftratqod, pnly tlip nin,niual aqnmqn Aet aitd 'wlien llM .reqrgiaiilitd tUe flanflte, M Jils friend will claim Jie la tlia;t the local ooirtmUjtie jwjlll bo I tjrr ranking lcisloaJ man Sot ,tHe lrnptqiWant aaftt. ytar. Senator Simmons Wt-ab,olUlied wlvenever any bop' p,f fvr Tlie new state board ongranbtdd oy maniUer an the eomml',tfie at I'Jnun.'e publicans can be .fA'tnd (Willing 16 akV lenit,'ijj Dr. J. W, iPqqter as .prpaMant; tor tbe olialnikaneltlp iwililoh Is tlie lm It over, , K. A. i'firmer, jitrqardjlnB a9piK(tiary; nwtanjt committee In tbie Stmt pml will Tlie only ot,her buslnass) 'Uanaactti 19. Is in pirqgresa tl A revival Nov. A.-- E.- WoihMtd, office sacre,tiaiiiy; iLouls control' hi a tlw tariff lagUlaUon. was tle formation at t A ItajitihUcait Suivtaj-ilvio- l liitsmliiHe,f, qfinoitary; "atandpattor" and wactlonpiry. How tlie tlie Bantlst clmrcli nnd ao fur uonisiVleV- - Club In Kentucky. Jude tl, .V, Sit. nyuiltfistfd. bfian has NfW'ton' IV KArnes, seier.qtiar ; Dwiociq's can make ttiat commlUre n able InUrieat .field son .waa elrctl ehalrmtin 'Of thjat iwdy ftjtern lOvlslojr,- - with 531 cnuruhcis and progressive wlUi Simmons ccWnnan la Chr(sllana have been revived jand pnusldent, and work con- Mr. J. F. Uoaworth vice 62,596 mt.ni.bfrs; X.- 1. Oentry, field sir- - ttie jtnobl'ni now confronting tlityn. sai?id. 3Iay the Mr. S. P. Itoberta stjoratary. ,Tle dunotary CWilral' wjth C63 (Chunehos 3Ir. BryMn la anxoim to liave Sena- tinue. ties of the ive,w organlzatlqn iwrp nit and S6.1T9 .mAnibersr L(fUKyxl Umvell tor Gore, pi Oklii., made cCialrman of The Hsv. J. P. Vantnoy filled h!a defined, and flie ecop,e ot Us wqrk will it field stfcretairy.t AVerftern dhiUlun, iwlllt thiat committee as he Is In hourly tlie Methodist probaibly depend largely regula,r appointment s. pa G95 churchM and1 ii'zM members. night. Tine liouse wlt,h tlie vle,wa of Mr. Bryan and cihunoli last Sunday -- e. Preadint-ielc- t WJhon. lit la not irpuglit Wfis filled to tlie utmost nnd Ills qeininon howavr, that S,onalorlal courtesy will was a ttneai to oil wilio heaid It. FormerOweislkfht Officer Office Hnitiig DelMge Oi. permit Gore to take prvctinue in tilts Imt Saturday night tlve qtone of Owenisiboro, Ky., November 19. W. J I. er matter notwithstanding to wtlshm ot Mir. Jpaey Albln was broken Into and .Washington, Novjeimhor 16. A Ilobbbui, aformeir jiollue officer of this Bryan, WlUon or onynns riw, It Is very goodei to Wie amount of 100 or mpm9 ,wtq of a,n office hunting dqluge Iwhlotl city, and tho Anierlcan ilirmlln ComIs expected later as a qonaaquencp In pany, whlfii was his dumty, lire belns evident, however, from uttranicp of tak,?n. ilr. Albln asourpd Uv aeirvJi'J WlUan titvtt he does not Intend to liave ot blood ihpunds from Kotdsvllle ,wlUl no tlie change of political complexion it sued by Isli Wells and HiinviuJ Uoard tlyd ,to,tilff so radically revised if to aucwyw. He will lqave notlilng nuJone tlie adulnl,trAUoh. Is being exparleni tar $1,(100 eajcli for the alleged miscon causa a ililtolt or deipreaalau In bul-naa- g to brlrvg Uie offenders to Jl'iatloe. ed already by Democratic senators anl duct of Ui qf fkvir, ;wlven ilae Is alleged to which nqw looks vpry prpmUlng. Ir. A. L. S'llianseiibaqlior, 'wife and memhe,ra .of tlie iHouue. Applicants Mvo liAve Jilt Uvxn wlUi bis plub. . but ll'tla daughttir, lltilen, are x Kian-viU- e no 'begun to aurhw in ipanMii, DHMPCHATIC 1.UCK. ' have certainly been Tho UnowH' at the bedside .oX tlw Duqtor'a lattera and .teleurtbinis aip (pmlnv by rreacher the liu,udipls. e4vjuyiri4(ni0t unusually gpod luck dur- father, wJio- U not exacted to live. 18. Tli'.io (Kiia4HvJU, Up to data most of the .appllcatilona Ind., Nuiiembeir ing h (past few years. TJiey now pom Mr. Brackett Wilfonland wife of tho lViv. Win. F, Qun.li, ot Granite City. lKtii power with itne ibWgeat crop vjhr.'h Falrviaw mlig'ibqrliood vlalted .Mr. Vol are tor fadoral pftioea iwjthin tin 111., wlio ieloied Uene aeveiral Wfteka atro Vila fwuivtry lias ever produced and Wllvon'a family li3t SiMulay, state, but aome livUmatkuvs ot a wish ,to serve the oauutry abroad 'it with lila oiiganUt, 3Ilss lisWle Mossur, wileii tjuj popartment of Agriculture JJIus Mioiiife QiuntWr 'Is vbltlng Wilis arraigned before P.ollce Judge Philsister, MiA Sadie Htewant at William In tlip executive dWw&iitmpnta in Wuii-Insto- n estlmaVs la wirtli nnune travi tcn lip O. Gould hem have come to Juuid. yi.y- on ,tlw aUarge ot dollars. At loast one ,toit(h 'it MJiwii. f ClMkCire ! OliO und ot lnuiioa-a- l conduct ail .fliveid 2Q0 and OV' oiop wjll bo Mpit abroad M'lik'li Mrs. ibary Cummlngs and Mrs, Betsy ttip betjweien cosU ami sentenced to itlie uoojity Jill I will b'ring' into .tills icounjtry one billion Pric ore visiting friends and relative' prtsUWnt'al post offices, to say nothing pt tlie executive, dlpinia,tlo and for ilir,e moiitlui.' Ho will appeal. The ot dollars lit "cold yiah" wdch will N wot White Hun, girl wan fined It and tfMt iand MKVnce a grett sUmulatlon-tall buLne anl Mrs. Judle Arnyjfd, ot Hoiwe Branshr other federal offices tluougl.ont tho federal service. was susiwvdd. ifnduatrlefi mid- - wiUlqh Insurea prosparl'y. Is visiting lur XaUieir at t'li wilting. I. Party. As a large portion of tlie icrowd woro Fpie.ral officeholders, who luad conw In by designation of Sjentqr W. .O. B(iad-le,tlic latter ,was jnade H'.w qanVal flgjirfl oX the meeting. il,r. iBradley divided tlie Piogreeslvies Injto itwo ictee'J, the "mlaled'' anil the "mlsleadeirs." Ho favored permitting the misled to pone back Into the part', but advised unit- ed action to kMp th) lerjdp's of tho P,rorreulves out of ,tlie party. agpuibiloan Mr. Green Ganret, th8 member of the Itailroad Cornmiaslon, declared ihlmsflf iv foior pit iflgfilnj- th,e Progressives, and' siald thnt psr-aonally, he will oppose a iProrpsslve whjwnevr one "sticks ilds head up." Mr. E. ,T. Fmnlu, chairman of t'le State Qantralv Cpmmltitee, presided ut the roeettng and explained Us obie.'t. Then ilr. Bradley took tJie (floor. (After olflcetsaejcers' disnounclng "disgruntled part in itli P.OBiiaBslj" who took moment, Mr. Bradley spld t suili Progr.wssives as were alncenety- - repent,wlrtjhou.t might be permitted, ant hdim, to aome back Into the Jrt,y. He tiVn the burning declared that need ot the hour la a Hapubllc:in newspaper In Louisville, and statei y, i , PJe'n-uums, 6pmi-eire.- is Qlbral-as.turl- ,AV11-s- ired. con-ald- er o: nt. .t". fa-o- ne ge - e I ilnrr'i snd te fipnv-eve- R0SIN. sin-na- ra soI dU-Mi- a:-co- clnpuiii-stance- Se4. iforo-runn- it Find. ua hr o y - vt A.- - , ' r 1 ut in spite of all ber discourage ments and trials Janet bought a huge and put dbwn In It n detailed , ledger E(y Lawrence Alfred Clay By Susanne Glenn On one page , account of her finances. n bridge Was taken nt the hotel yesUy Jane Osborn would put down fifteen cents for sho terday with an ugly fever, It Is a pity, IJtorary flCTTr)Klit, 1912, hy Arsoclatod literary for It Is such a dreadful place for (Copyright, l! hv AMOdAted Literary green corn seed, and on the opposlto (Copyright, 1912. by Associated Frcst.) page alio would' make an entry of this Prcsa.) Pre.) him." Jim Husliwlck of tho village of TVcdorlck Woodnrd sat ns If stun- - ' "la he dangerously 111?" Kvclyn's "It's this way, John," said Janet sort: "I ought to get at least ton Ho volco sounded strange nnd unlnter- - Ware, In response to John's fifth pro- dozen oars of corn from this; and nt Itawllns, was a -SuTcly you do not main It?" ho csted. posal of marriage. "I Just won't twenty cents a dozen that wbuld bo was born lazy ami without business two dollars; two dollars would pay,ocun,on sufficient to sell or buy a "He Is delirious, and tho doctor says marry you nor anybody else yet. .MtM Jo Evelyn llalrd, nppcalltiKly, Ho didn't drink, 0f potatoes. "But surely I do, Frederick, Wo there Isn't much to build on seems to I shouldn't be satisfied to settle down my faro from London to Windsor and . IU In the town where t'vo grown up and back, or else it would pay for n drlvo Lruoke or chow, and when he married szotc entirely unsultcd to each other." have gono to pieces generally. Paris." He continually about a t0 That Is such a threndbaro atory, talks mo to get It and unlock key. door I sec the same things and tbo same aroundfall, four or five months after . t wa8 giei,,lV0 aa wfe to take caro of Hy hustling, ambitious begs the XJwOyzi." Was neonln for thn rest nf mv tlf. Ynn ,ni, she had started her scheme of ccoii- woman nnd If she could have had "T?t It Is (ruo. I lovo you; still, I fo ho can get In ho seems 10 nave understand, dnn't von. Jrilin? Tow we should never be happy to- - nn impression mat ne is locnea our, or Tho repulsed John looked as If ho omr' Tanul, European trip was well, his help they could have been well off did not understand nnd did not wish wrkcd out on the pages of her after flve yoars. after the first. I have seen It his own house." Ho lsl sobbed hvclyn, rushing i t0 understand Janet's reasoning. Tho ledger. Dut sho knew that the cov too many times to deliberately She didn't havo It. however. Jim TvaJfc Mltli you Into disillusionment." suddenly from the room, leaving her only thing In tho world ho could tin- - eted trip was still a long distance was always going to do this and da derstand was that ho was In lovo ahead. "I must confess I do not under- - nsionisnoci menu aione. that, and ho never ovcu got up energy Ono September morning ns she was enough to set out a bed of onions. tdxtti your theory, Evelyn. If wo had A few minutes' inter a white faced with Janet in iiet boen suited to each other, why girl wns talking earnestly with the "No, Janet," ho answered, "I hardly weeding waswhat rcmnlned of the gar- The wife seldom scolded or com- -musing uncomfortably on ( plained. She was the village seamaVruld wo havo learned to care so Kind old doctor. think you can expect much sympathy den she "Why, tho very thing." he said, from mo. If you'd marry mo, I'd the fact that sho had twice raised stress, anil uy sieauy worn b;iu fsrriTely? Remember this Is no affair. patting her shoulder soothingly. "It promise some day to take you abroad. Lena's wages Lena had added to her to keep n roof over their heads. "We Imve been growing Into It all our will be hard to move him, but that I'd work hard and save; I know I English vocabularly the demand, "More was talk of doNow and then English; more mun" that she had ing something to thero Xfre. Wo enjoy tho samo amusc- - ' will be less harmful than for him to could do It. Anyway, how can you go Jim tar and featzxwnir;. tho samo studios, tho samo stay whero he Is. Get the key this now? Your father can't afford to found It necessary to havo a gardener whipping tho law or somea day a week In the garden and that hersa else, but It never went beyond afternoon nnd we'll get him over there send you." Xittrpsts." thing ' -"Of courso ho can't; but I'vo got his wages had practically equalled tho talk. As for tar and feathers, there Bot life, dear boy, does not con - In tho morning." It seemed like sacrilege when tho the best plan! You see, there aro saving she had made on vegetables, was no tar In tho town, nnd no citi5st entirely of rending poetry nnd stflafljlng naturo at close range. If It girl trembllnglv Ivun her search seven of us and I'm the oldest. And nnd that somehow, In splto of working zen would have been willing to conamong his possessions for the key. In of course, with 3uch a, big family, and planning Incessantly, It did cost vijl,! tribute tho feathers. money food SJr spread out her pretty hands ' o small box It lay, with a picture of mother has never had time to keep membersto ofsupplyfamily for tho nine Thus things went on for eight his mother nnd ont of herself! She up with the modern sort of scientific the and their nu- years, cvJii an expressive sigh. nnd then Jim Ilushwick wns "Toe do not understand yet. Lis kissed them all In Infinite relief. Then housekeeping. You know, I took a merous guests. taken with a hopeless Illness. When "Sis," a shrill volco Interrupted her tless. TVeddlo. You know that lovely she hastened to the little white house. course In domestic science." musings. "What's the smoke In the this disease took hold of the man ho 3?3Slr white house that your mother With her own hands, unaccustomed to "Yes." admitted John. galloped to the grave very fast. It I guess labor an? o exquisitely? Perhaps you do dusted,as they were, she swept and "Well, of course, I can see whero kitchen?dear me,"the house Is on fire." was only after the doctors had told "Oh, said Janet, running aired the rooms and built llres. there's a lot jBe fcnow that tho whole countryside ( f wasted effort and hope for him, and there was -"It Is of no use to Interfere." she money In this household." continued from the garden to the kitchen door, Jim his flam ofno would be snuffed awczilored how sho managed to do It, life that 333 educate her children and keep 'old her astonished mother, "if he lives Janet sagely. "Now, I'm going to "that's the cake I put In the oven, out In a couplo of weeks more, that j fooiuiJtyilly sweet and wonderful and wants me, I am going to marry keep house for a year and father says burned to a crisp. That's what I get tho truo spirit of a manly man came for doing two things at once. Mother-atlon,- " him!" I can have what I save." ZimvVl out. He called his wife to his bedcrossly as not But Frederick up what Tint Is shouldyou were brought all. know when he wasWoodard in did own Janet hesitated to watch the effect ed vthe she ended pulled out she open- side one day and began: oven and the charplaced his fall you, that Is of ber startling statement on John, ricsod I "Sarah, you aro going to be a as matter how much I might wish bed In the pleasant, sunny chamber. but the effect was not encouraging, red layers. She was sorrowfully looking at the widow soon." a good wife to you, I could He continued to beg to be taken home. nnd she went on: Je "Yes," sho replied, as tears filled merer do It, not In that way. I do It was not until Evelyn,, with her own "In the first place. I'll dismiss the ' ruin when she heard the voice of her her eyes. twenty-ypar-ofin- brother. ciic know how. We were not brought hands placed the key in his weak cook and the maid they'ro Just ready man and "I've been a "Janet." it said. "I've asked six of t3s!F-- aUke-We are ns far apart Kers that he sank to a refreshing slum to leave anyway. And I'll get one ber. the fellows to come here this evening husband." "Hut you'vo done tho best you before we One day the sick man's eyes opened Just for a sort of round-u""Money can make us," supplanted go back to college and I wish you'd H could." with a rational light. He gazed about rib-- young man bitterly. "Mebbc so, but when I look back get up a good feed. Your chicken ?ot that," sho cried sharply. "Do him in slow bewilderment. The sunsalad would be Just right and that I'm ashamed of myself. I can't leavo 3nra think I do not suffer? Do you light glinted through the windows. Evelyn sat near him In her white kind of Ice cream you make with you a dollar." 5"eyr7i0' "Never mind, Jim. Everybody will JSTA' i r gown over which the Are cast rosy candled cherries and mas and those you make with whip- be kind to me and I shall get along. bully little cakes shadows. ped cream in them, and " "Is It a dream?" he whispered at last. "Oh. Janet," called t voice from up-"It Is no dream; you nre really at Here's a stairs. "Isn't this great? home, Freddie." she smiled quietly. note from Aunt Martha saying sho and "Hut how did I get here?" Uncle Tom and Cousin Hess are all "You were III at the hotel. We know coming for a week. Isn't that per ' you would be more comfortable here fectly delightful!" Lena, hot and flustratcd, worked nt home, so I opened the house and , Dr. Way and Nurse Mary brought you noisily about the kitchen. Sho looked here." up suddenly as this last announce"And you?" ment dawned upon her understanding. "Oh, I have come over through the "Company?" she queried. "Too much. day to look after the house, and to I work too Hard. You give me more noney?" sit with you during the. nurse's hour at home." "No, Lena, not another cent," said "Whom do you have to help, Ev-- ! fanet decidedly. ' elyn?" "Then I go. I now speak much Eng"Why, no one. deir boy. I do It my-- 1 lish. More English, more mun." 111 you believe that I actually self. Janet walked deliberately to the telenjoy It? It is the first time I ever ephone. First she called up tho did antyhlng useful for anyone, Fredofllce and engaged two ex erick. I did not understand how It perienced servants; then she called could be a Joy Instead of a hardship!" "I Work Too Hard, You Give Me More ap John Wilson at his office. At the look in the sick man's face "Hello. John," she began, "why Money." the girl slipped to her knees beside don't you come and see me?" 'Money Can Make Us." his bed. "I want to come to stay, good, substantial servant and she and "I've been busy," answered John. Frederick, Jf you still want me." "Well, can you come see me toI'll do the work. I'll save lota that poverty In Itself? j "Dear," he said. "wait. You are pity way, 3ak I "fear and by superintending the cook- day?" ctsly Sho paused as If powerless ing me now because I am 111. ing I'll avoid the waste and save a "Yes, I think so. What luck have tt -- proceed. "It isn't that. I am not afraid any- lot more." you had with your summer's work?" However you express It, Evelyn," VOh I haven't had very good luck Janet paused again, but John's exIbe said more kindly, "you cannot more; experience has made me wiser. ri at least well, I have not earned the i3esy that It is money or rather my I understand now what made your pression showed no sign of relenting mother so lovely. like trip but I have learned how to keep ant of it that is separating us. But her, dear, for I didI'll never beright. sympathy, so she went on: He Had Signed Without Looking. not begin "You see, I'll get one servant for, house." Eoxiop?, as you say, it is better now Hut hard "That's too bad. I've had better Let us hope the doctors are mistaken, later. I suppose men do not Will I'll try so me to be a good wife. say, $16 a month. We pay these ciwi you take back, Frederick?" two $36 a month. That will be $20 luck. I've worked hard and got and that you will live many a year -- sTwtq-s understand such things. I Woodard put his arms about her a month $250 about a year, be- enough money together for a trip to yet." rhasw l nevpr dreamed of my mother sides the board of one of them $5 a Europe." "Let us do nothing of the kind, arc being unhappy or overburdened." with quite remarkable strength. week, I should think. How much Is That evening Frederick Woodard 'Oh." said Janet. "John, maybe but get ready for business. Sarah, " Is, you'd better not bother to come to you know what sat in the silent, little white house. VALUABLE SENSE OF HUMOR flve times "Two hundred and sixty," volun- - see me, after all." of course?" jrrjiljlng was as his mother had "Yes." .left it. Perhaps only those who are It Possession, Shown by Shrewd Ex- teered John glumly. "But. Janet," said John. "I'vo "If you havo a pretty good case "Well, there's over five hundred, planned a trip for two. Will you be 3&ssed with such a mother as his can pedient, Possibly What Made reside the saving, of waste. And then home in twenty minutes? I want to agin a man he'll settle for cash." :rc2:ze what a home means. How Preacher Great. I'll have a garden and grow all our tell you who's going with me." "But how can I have a XCSQ5 hours he had spent here since S2 case?" And now house was tenantless! A sense of humor in a preacher of own vegetables; and besides being "Evelyn had said she could not come! the Crusades seems incongruous if not cheaper, they'll be a lot healthier, o "That's what I am going to you with several of them. He did not moan or bewail his fate. incredible, but Foulques do Neullly of and- - so we won't havo doctor's bills. PROVED GUILT OF BULLFROG ? jammed his bands deep Into his whom Prof. John C. Hlldt writes In You see, John? I'll have six or seven Bring my pen, ink and paper, and n:)ieis, and looked' straight ahead the South Atlantic Quarterly, evident- hundred dollars and I could go quite Philadelphlan Got Conclusive Evidence then run over and tell Deacon HarriCT5.h hard, unseeing eyes. son I want to see him." ly possessed It. One day. when his a bit on that. That Batrachlan Has Cannibalistic Instincts. "Wtre all the finer things of life garments were being torn from him The deacon was a widower and "Perhaps when I come home, John, well to do. He was one of those who clwn'ient to money after all? Must by the crowd, who thought every bit and net readv to nettla rinun " Janet a. scan buy his wife and their subse- - of his clothing holy, he called out: started; but, noting the hopeful look "Did you ever know that tho bull-o- f had spoken of tar and feathers, but happiness with the sordid cur- - "Take care, do not tear to pieces my John's face, sho laughingly left her j frog was carnivorous, or. In other ho had a neighborly feeling, for all xvney of the country? Was his moth- - clothes; they nre not blessed. I am sentence unfinished and bade him a j word3, a cannibal?" said "Nick" that. When he had como In and exzra disappointed woman crushed by going to bless the cassock of that man good night. bcrt, one of the operators at the elec- - pressed his sympathy, tho dying man g said; . yonder." Thereupon he made the sign ;i relentless poverty? Thus Janet Ware's year of money- - trlcal bureau. "I never did until of the cross, and Immediately tho peo-pl"Deacon, Sarah, will soon be left began. Within a week she eral years ago, when It was demon- alone." fell upon the other man and tore had dismissed the two well trained i strated almost before my very eyes. T!;e early December twilight gath- s "Yes." "I have been Interested In fish cul actfed In the room where Evelyn liaird his garment Into a thousand pieces, from the Ware kitchen, had want folks to be kind to her when jriai seated. She felt very curious each of which was treasured aa a re!- - Installed therein In their place a ture for years, and havo made a study nlom this room, the abode of a busy, lc. Nor did Folques lack shrewdness, i "green" young girl fresh from Finland, of their habits. So that I could study I'm gone." Tho power of working miracles was whose only ambition seemed to be to 'them at close range, I built a big "They will bo, Jim they will bo." nuisc. "I'm not so sure of that. Folks get Vjon her return home from a pil- attributed to him. and multitudes answer every question with her one aquarium in my yard, one that held d grimage In which she had endeavored flocked to him from great dUtar.ee3 English phrase "You bet" and had rw gallons, and aloug with a fine tired of being kind after awhile. I a gardener by tho day for three lection of fish I stocked It with seveu know how good you are, but If you'd ii foryet Frederick Woodard nnd their to be healed. His method of curing only put it in black and white that srsfortunnte affair, sho was surprised them was simple; merely a touch of days to spado and rake and plant the fine blc,' bullfrogs, "Tho sparrows used to drink wa- - jou'd be kind to Sarah after I'm asil delighted to find her old frleud the hands, or the bestowal of his garden. po near her. blessing with tho sign of the cross IMnry Dant-oFrom the beginning the task of earn-- 1 ter from tbe J8e of the aquarium gono I should feel a heap castor holy water from his own Ing money by saving it was a hard one an1 thl3 da' whlle m" wlfo was look' about going. Here's a paper I'vo Yet their first visit had been broken or a drink of the la opon by a hurry call from the local hand. Of course, many were not for Janet. Her first month's savings inS on, ono sparrow frogs leaped up,- drawn up that says you'll bo kind." v&T.alcIan. and took it behealed. To these he said that the were spent beforo the first month was caught tho "Why, I'll sign that, of courso," Tou stay hero," tho capable nurse time for their cure had not come, or done. She snent $10 in nlants and i neatu the water. I could hardly be- was the reply; and tho deacon, 'for ZiJii nald as sho hastily donned her that they had not sufficiently expiated seeds for the garden; and sho spent "eve tuat n frS would attack and van- - once In his life, signed a paper withvsxrm wraps. "If It Is inWlilnt. that tiielr hlns, or tnat H was not good for : another $10 In equipping her 1ulsl1 sucn a "enter as the hngiisn out reading It and looking for traps. He did more than that. Ho offered will detain me, I will call you up.' their souls for them to be healed kitchen new cook books, casseroles, sparrow is known to be, so In the Otherwlee, I'll bo back In half an hour. straightway, le3t they speedily fall boilers, natent eze heaters and terest of science I emptied the aquarl- - to boss the funeral when it camo oft TToni will find things to read if you caro again Into their worldly ways. Appar-v'p- r mops anW various other labor saving' i um and suro enough, down In tho hot- - and to bo one of the pallbearers ently theso explanations were satis- - devices. Besides thnt in.i. the now ' torn was tuo sparrow, 'ill rrog Had them. Goodbye, dear." Then Cyrus Barnes, another wid So Etelyn sat In the loom so differ- - factory. maid, had broken so much china and, ' takn n'm down below, but either ower, was sent fot. Ho was awfully adjfJn Itfa simplicity from her own love- nlm or else did not sorry to find Jim so near tho grave, through Ignorance, ruined so much could not Jy 'apartments, and wondered what It Cautious. food, that the bill for waste which nave tho time. and he was going to pull out a dollar "Following that I begun to miss bill and leave It with him when he A lady making a social call was told Janet had hoped to do away with al-noist seem llko to be always ready for by the maid that her mistress was not together was double its usual size. BOme valuable Japanese fantalls, und. didn't. sa call. Ho Indulged In further words Presently tho telephone rang. athome. 0no otUer thlng bothered Janet. , aftr remoMng all Uio frogs but one, ; 0f sympathy, which mauo It 88 par Tho caller smiled sarcastically and jon Wilson, who after each of his waltcd until I missed another llsb. cent, cheaper for him. "Hollo, Ei elyn," called Mary's cheer. "Cyrus, I've been a nooisetlck of a f ul voice- - "I'm sorry, but you may us said: otiier four lcpulsed proposals had dog- - whcn 1 1llled Mr-- FrB and ruud that "AH, indeed! :5M go home. I w 111 not be back Ulli you please tell gedly returned to try his luck again ' uo was tn6 robber, lierore that I be-- man." said Jim. v Btolen b' cats. Como In and see me tomorrow juur mistress inuv wueu i taw uer at Janet's hands, had almost dlsap-- 1 lleved th fl8n liad ue "You havo that," was agreed. i,si two. that is my hour off. and I will peeping from the front window as I peared from Janet's dslly life, apd The bullfrog is aggressive and can "I ought to havo been at work ,,ls own 1'" aa' me." Phlla-Whe- a every day." camo up the drlvo I felt very much Janet realized that she missed him. pti nt my rooms. Good night." " velyu went next day, easer most afraid sho was." Harper's Magazine. "Wo all know that." ' she met him occasionally he ieIh,a "ecord. In surely remember Fred Woodnrd? He Just back from some place In the iconomy many times, out we Knowea tnat lr we put on tbo tar and reamers you'd lazy to scrapo 'em bo too off, and your wife would havo ttio Sho Is good, Cyrus." "Nono hotter." "And that brings mo to what I want to nsk. Sho won't havo a dollar nfter I'm gono." "Of courso she won't." "Sho'll have to depend on tho kindness of the neighbors." "Sho will." "Cyrus, you don't belong to nny church, but you bollovo in heaven, don't you?" "Yes, kinder." "You'd lll'o to feci that I was looking down on you and acting ns your Ktiardlnn angel, wouldn't you?" "It you aro going to keep up your Job." "That's right. no'er-do-wel- l. pi; tsA ui.ui-age- d ' ft 1 "Hut I'm not, Cj'rus I'm going to hustle. I'll do all that I can for you If you'll bIrii this paper." "What Is It?" "Just n promise to bo kind to, nnd that you will look nfter, Sarah. Wo shall both feel a great deal bettor If you will." Tho caller looked upon It as a dying man's whlui; and signed. When ready to go ho said: "I hopo you will get a hustle on you up there, Jim." Then three more widowers and ono old bachelor got the word to call, and In the course of three days the Then a business wns wound up. lawyer was sent for, the signed papers handed over to him. nnd a great calm fell upon tho dying man. Ho smiled every few mlnutfs, and made no understandable explanation regarding what he hail been up to. A few days later he passed away, nnd almost his last words wero: "Sarah. If they want to be kind to . you. lot 'em go ahead." There was kindness from .ovcry direction, from contributions to pay the funeral expenses to groceries nnd provisions sent in for tho widow's sustenance. After about a month had elapsed Deacon Harrison received a letter asking him to call at tho law ofllce of the attorney who had tho dead man's paixTB. When tho good man came strolling In, only mildly curious as to why he Inn I been summoned, he wns greeted with: "Of couic It won't take plnco for a year, but allow mo to congratulato you In advance." "What d'je mean?" asked the dca- con. laziness" V' , : I Intel-Jgenc- o fifty-two?- breach-o'-promis- e brcach-of-promis- e pro-vid- "Your marrlago with tho Widow Bushwick." "Shoo! What yo Joking about?" "Only this." Tho paper ho had Hlgnod for Jim Iiushw Ick wns handed him. Ilehad signed without reading, and now behold: "I not only promise to bo kind to James llushulck's wlfo after she becomes his widow, but to marry her ono year after his death." "Uy thunder!" exclaimed tho deacon ns ho danced around. "No better evldenco wanted In a case," quietly replied tho lawyer. "She can suo and be hanged!" "Better settlo for a couple of hundred, deacon, and carry off your paper. It wouldn't sound well to havo peoplo saying that you had your second wife picked out while hor husband was alive." Tho deacon hung off for a week and trn came down. One by one the others followed suit. Each ona was financially well able to do so . "Money contributed by your good friends, and nothing Is to be said about It," remarked the lawyer to the widow as he handed hor $950 of tho thousand. To this day she has no other Idea about It. Now and then some ono snys something about Jim Bushwlck'a laziness In Deacon Harrison's hearing, and ho turns and replies: "Why, there wasn't a lary bone la his whole carcass! Ho .made more clean money in tho last two weeks of his llfo than I did In tho hull year! Yea, drat him, ho did!" broach-of-promlse WELL PUNNED AND CARRIED Prince Kropotkln's Escape From Prison Hospital One of the Most Daring Recorded In History. In originality of conception and Ingenuity of execution, tho escape ot Prince Kropotkin from tho prison ot tho NlkolaievsU- - Military hospital la St. Petersburg In 1876 Is probably unparalleled In prison nnnnls. Twelvo conspirators outsldo the prison took part In It, but not ono of them was ever nrrcstcil or suspected, although ninny of them were subsequently banished to Siberia for other political offenses. Tho escapo was made In broad daylight, about fivo o'clock in the afternoon, in tho presence of three armed soldiers, and with such novel accessories ns cherries, opera hats, a mouse, music, a black mure and a microscope. Tho chances weio at least ten to one thnt It would fall, notwithstanding tha extraordinary Ingenuity with, which It was planned, but every device and stratagem woil.ed perfectly, and the llbcrntcd prisoner dined that night In urinous restaurant, the most fashion able In St. Petersburg, while the entire police of tho capital was ransacking tho city In seai eh or him. Nobody oven Imagined that ho would bo shrewd nnd bold enough to take his dinner In so public n plnce, and not a srglo detectlvo looked for him thero, although search wns mndo In Bcoiea of other places, and every exit from the city wns so carefully guarded that a mouso could httrdlyIiave crepi thiough unobserved. Century. o ser-ant- 'i col-hire- ) tf - i one-mai- d j saw ' 1 J ' I 'A ft vi lli H "j;- AjJLUtiUit AUl- - . - . - a. r .i- , - .. - .fcg-a.- . ,i .....- M.k.- -- w.- e.T7 ., .fc,-jj i 4i iJt DEER RACE A TROLLEY CAR SAMPLE v CZAR'S JUSTICE BROUGHT NERVE TO RESCUE NOT SUCH A GREAT AMOUNT j I S r A OK TIIK ,ce tnrte(1 to movo Tho day thc You often hear of a man or a worn- thcrc wnB B Jn'm Just nbovo Alhaba8. nn or an object of some sort that Is ca Innd Canadian corre- -' be his u'er or . -. ... "'-- "-"' iwj wcignt in gold." Did you ever ' .i. t """ n..., and as tho mall for Peace river BtnrU stop to figure out what your weight' OF KY. from the opposite bank, the postmas- in gold would be? Or your sweet- - i ter hunted up a man who was willing heart 87 Or your baby's? Or your At the Close of Business June 29, 1912. to take It across In a boat through the favorite pipe's? You can do It ap-- , clear water below tho Ice. Every one proximately. Tho value of gold flucIn town turned out to see htm cross tuates. Usually It runs In price someNsslsB the river, but no one offered to go where between $19 and $20 and ounce. with him Let's take the latter amount. It's eas- L. t RESOURCES. 1. ft- te. Aa. l LIABILITIES. Aa fVtfl rt fn A fit ma A A f ' "B"rw,.th- - Go,d ,s we,Ehedby . . -- JSJZLTL .?' still for a moment and McQuIro put threw themselves upon the man. It Loans and Discounts.$197,018.36 ,, Capital Stock First troy weight, twelvo ounces to the $25,000.00 on Ms brakes, as ho was afraid that ; was ascertained, however, that tho hc h'R(, t0 croB8 about lwo h'undred pound. In other words (at $20 an Lash m Safe 11,948.43 Surplus 27,822.10 " ::or rollen . "ragging his punt ounce) $240 a pound. Do you welch "rcel air whistle ""r.u"7u" were - In a tltlon, stating that ho had three Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 along after him, launch the boat into 150 pounds? Then your weight In 1,250.00 . Dividend No. 30 to servo In tho army Instead of the Jiffy, running ahead of the car at full forced water, row across, and go gold is about $36,000. (The "capitalStocks and Bonds 17,504.00 Deposits brother, who had not drawn the over clear much soft Ice on speed. McOuIre then followed whllo ' ' 227,742.54 as the other ization" of a man who gets an $1,800-- . tho passengers aboard the' car free ticket. IIo was placed under Overdrafts 540.33 side. He was half-waacross the salary.) Is your girl's weight Into tho front end to watch ! rest. open water when the whole river 110 pounds? She Is worth only about Real Estate.Furniture The czar was greatly annoyed at seemed to stand on end to-the deer. They ran gracefully in plain $26,400. Nearly $10,000 less than gether, but could not get off the tracks j the occurrence, and ordered the pun- words, the Jam broke. and.Fixtures 2,000.00 Strange to yourself, though you probably won't as there Is a very steep declivity on Ishmefit 'of all the officers connected say, the boatman did not at first noyour to her. If the right hand side and tho bank ran i wlt" ttio regiment. Tho chief com-u- tice It, for the ice against thc bank (acKnowieage it too Bleep on tho left to permit them mniidcr of the military district has re-t- o was grinding and clashing all the pipe weighs two ounces its weight in Total $281,814.64 Total $281,814.64 gold is $40. Your baby is eelved a severe note, tho commander get off the right of way. time; but a man on shore fired a gun, .worth only $2,400 in gold. So you the army corps a caution, the Finally they camo to a spot where and everybody pointed and waved up- see "worth its weight in gold" is they could leave and ono after tho commander of the Second' Infantry stream. The Only Bank In the County on the Honor Roll. not such exorbitant praise after all. they Jumped Into the under-- ! ' regiment a service, reprimand. Tho other The boatman 'never lost his nerve; Next time tell her instead that she is brush on tho uphill side. The last commander of the battalion to which he rested on his oars for a moment, deer lingered so long by the side of ,no company belongs has been a'sked glanced round, and turned the boat up- worth her weight in radium. Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. the track that tho fender brushed Its to retire, and tho captain of the com- - stream. Slowly at first, but soon ' l,anV and the officer of tho man's de- heels as it leaped aside. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. gathering speed, he sent his frail AGAIN, "TO WHAT BASE USES" Two of thc deer wcro fair sized tachment have been dismissed from craft hard at thc ice. The boat bit the service. The man himself has while the third was ono of tho largest the Ice squarely, and ran up it It Here Is Story That Will 8hock Admirseen by tho trolleymen in their cxncrl- -' received thirty days'. Imprisonment, was his only chance, for if the mass ers of Two Recognized Men I. P. BARNARD, President. stated that his grievance had caught enco along that line. Doer are rather uut It the boat sidewlse, it would of Genius. common In tho Beacon Falls section w"1 be inquired into. have smashed it like an JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. of the run and they are frequently Hanging to the punt, dragging It The ladles at a watering place In seen by early morning trolley crews. PULLING TOOTH WITH "BIKE" from one piece of ice to another. Jump- Bohemia recently organized a dressHarry Hogan, conductor of the car, ing some pretty wide gaps once or making exhibition. A certain prinaald that although ho has Been .many ' sometimes hauling deer on tho trolley tracks In that Novel Dentistry Method of Two Lads twice, and him with the short line, tho cess agreed to open it. At the last he moment some one noticed that the craft after r",,ea ca"le " si " ectlon, these seemed less afraid of struggled on. Nerve. most important models, two very gorBBv the car than any. Watcrbury Re-- j It was the bravest thing I ever saw geous lace blouses, were not displayed publican. Tho best tooth pulling story comes In my life, but I don't want to see it to proper advantage. The caretaker . ,nv,ve8 tw dono again. On both hanks the peo- was called and Instructed to beg, borBROTHERS HORRID anraSrde.and THINGS ple stood helpless; they could do row or steal two dressmaker's dumHoy Fosdlck, nine years old, told nothing except watch, and some could mies and to drape the blouses upon ' From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return Dinner for the Eminent 'German. his playmate of his aches and was not do that. them before the princess arrived. Count Was 8uccesful Until Finally the intrepid boatman reachoffered many devices for relief. Final After the opening ceremony it was Thty Spoiled It. ly this plan was evolved: John ed the shore, 'and, needless to relate, noticed that the exhibits were excitTower was to bring around ils bicy- he did not try to come back that day. ing a great deal more attention than Splendid all. The Jones girl had been abroad and cle, a string would be tied to It and the committee had counted on and had come home cultivated. The Jonea the tooth. Tower would ride swiftly Tour the princess Insisted on seeing the family bore It with a resigned pride away, Roy would brace himself and BROUGHT HOME HIS DUCKS two objects which were the center of you until tbey learned that the eminent out would come the tooth. attraction. Her surprise was very Baron Hofsunelgener, recently ar- -' All was made ready. The boy Early Day Method of Catching, the great when she caught sight of two rived In Harlem from the upper clr j mounted the bicycle and started. And Birds In Great Numbers That Ufeslze busts jot Schiller and Goethe, cles of Berlin, was coming to dine. Was Popular In Maine. right there Roy's nerve failed blm. both decked out in lace blouses. years lie started after the bicycle. The bl-l-n "We've lived twenty-seveThe'caretaker, not being able to seA duck drive is what they called a cure dummies, Harlem and this hasn't happened cyclist rodo faster. It developed Into had borrowed the fig' novel way the early settlers took to Derore, saia jars. Jones. "I reel at a race. Finally Roy was close ures of the poets from the reading though I didn't know just where to enough to make a wild grab for the capture the ducks that were plentiful room, and as they were somewhat begin. machine. The result was that the two in the early settlement ot Maine. flat chested had carefully stuffed them "Jtegla with the oysters," said boys and the bicycle landed In a For a few days in August the birds with dusters to fill out the blouses. Jane, "as usual. Only father must heap, with the youngsters suffering could not fly, as they were shedding apeak to the boys. I don't want the from injuries ranging from a cut on their feathers. The time was well baron to acquire a crass opinion ot Roy's head to a wrenched ankle for known to the inhabitants of all the Cornered Him. towns about Deer Isle and those who John. Los Angeles Examiner. American youth." "Are you Mr. Doxey?" asked the could come did not fall to be present-Firs- t beautiful young woman who had sucThe night of the baron's dinner came. Mrs. Jones appeared in old lace N Why Hermit Took Up Hermltlng. a circle ot boats was formed bo ceeded in gaining admittance to the and a nervous expression, Mr. Jones j a hermit was found dead In the as to partially surround them and private office. unduly reminiscent of the time be cave in which he had resided for many others were stationed so as to prevent "Yes," he replied, regretting as he met Carl Schurz and the boys solemn j years. When tho cavern was glanced at her that he kept her waitd the birds taking a wrong direction. Duck Harbor was the place selected ing so long In the anteroom. "Won't slick In their tuxedos and silent amlned a number of quaint and curias graven Images. Evidently father . ous relics were discovered. A loaded to drive them into, it being narrow you sit down?" had spoken to the boys. "Thank you. I suppose I ought not shotgun bore a tag marked: "Both and extending half a mile Inland. Beginning at the upper ot the bay the to have disturbed you at this hour. As for the baron, he was all plump barrels for practical Jokers." A During the It bore tho legend: "Poison for the boats were drawn in for several miles. You are very busy." pinkness and appetite. oysters ho made ono remark.- - "Out!" clammy-clawe- d "Oh, no; I have nothing on hand pestB who are always As this went on more birds were oversaid he. During the soup he made shaking handB and calling you 'broth-on- e taken and as they reached their des- - that can't wait as well as not," he reA card Identified a bunch of unauun a large uuuiuer were uiciuu-f- d plied with an encouraging smile. remark: "Oft!" said he. Dur-'er.- '" In the- - drive. tag the fish he made one remark: ' tlioegs knotted to a wooden handle as "I hardly know," she said, looking Reaching the shore at the head of sweetly embarrassed, "how to explain "Ach, Out!" During the roast ho a "Knout for back slappers." Other ' repeated himself: "Ach, Gut!" But unpleasant articles, like bowle knives, the harbor, the ducks not being able what I came to see you about. I'm to run much were overtaken and afraid I ought not to have come." with the salad the eminent baron bludgeons, broadaxes, slungshots, "Don't hesitate to let me know what his refrain. "Ach, gut, gut!" hides, thumbscrews and so on dls-sa- killed in large numbers. At one time played labels designating them for a large drive was, made and the birds I can do for you. You needn't .have he. Then the boys broke their silence, application to the confidential wbls-I- n attempted to walk through the woods the slightest fear that I Bhall not be chorus they said: "Pass It to him perer, the person who tells you for to the other shore, but being unable glad to help you in any way I cai." "Thank you so much. You are awagain." to walk died in large .numbers. This , your own good, the nuisance who puts "And what is the use of being an endearing hand on your shoulder was the last big drive that was made. fully kind. I Just wanted you to raise rBBBBalBBuBBaBBBaBmuau cultivated." said the Jones girl after-- 1 while relating an uninteresting re Birds that escape a great danger my husband's salary about S25 a rafmmimaTammmMmMnmiBWMm ward. "What is tho use when you . mlnlscence, et a,!., which went only avoid the same locality. Lewiston month. He is ?ir. Timpklns ot your sales department and tie didn't want havo brothers?" Now York Evening! to further show the late gentleman's Journal. to ask you for the raise himself, but state of mind. Delng perspicacious, it Sun. you don't want me to have to keep on was not hard for the visitors to decide Get Even With the City Feller;. economizing any more, do you?" Chiwhy he had erased himself from the Man Made of Horseshoes. iio County Drug "Now and then," said Tobe Sagg ot cago Record-Heraldago Mr. Douglas, the world and taken up tho thankless Job Goshkonong, Some years lKl'Oni'OUATKD comes over us "there of hermltlng. . HARTFORD. , Tillage smith of Eleensburg, Wash., KY small town fellers a low, febrile yearnset to work to construct a giant flguro ing to go to Kansas City for the purEscaped An Awtul Fate of a man out ot tho old horseshoes pose of hunting up total strangers with which he accumulated in tho courso A thousand lonKinis ooultl nut expro dolwhom to match our Heart Disease Almost of his work. Up to date he has comlars, the merry game invariably result- the Kifttltmle of Mrs. J. K. C)oc, or Jo'l- pleted the legs, which are composed Fatal to Young Girl ing In our finding ourselves with a et, 111., for Jier wonderful dollvoivinn thousand of no fewer than thirty-fiv- e "My daughter, when thirteen years hectic head, no money left and an from un uwful fato. 'Typhoid pnounw-- n shoes. Mr. Douglas is beginning to old, was realisation that we have la had loft me with a dreadful cough," stricken with heart trouble. ever finish the figure, wonder it he will (A tjuyMpntVar, Pcirfivwd, pink, flcjuuiie; fools ot ourselves. made gosling-greehad to as the coming of the motor has had She was so bad webed near place her This Is very similar to tne craving mat j she writer. "Sometimes 1 had a noli awtu I've Ivyw ttu.-- on It a window Kvcn If cothlng spelU I Uvouglt wquld die. ' an appreciable effect upon the shoeP Kvcr mIiiooj so she could set overtakes the city man, once In so . ,.' ; Tine On Cent ing trade and materials for this quaint I qould get ivo help from doctor' (treatoften, to quit his comfortable office ,H,e droijel us One breath. her colossus are not coming in so fast as ment or other medicines .till I used lie. ''"', I''Vr IVwtaee doctor said, 'Poor and buy expensive hunting tools and they used to do. The smith's "horse, Hut I owje my Thimh a elm Jn a ulrirk Jiov; child, she Is likely outlandish raiment, and hie him down King's New Dlscovw Is After my calp. t Xj shoe man," even in Us Incomplete Uut we WiM rescued. to fall dead any here and tramp his legs otf in the life to this wonderful lojiiedy tor I form, Is one of the Bights of the town. A niill chirk hit lile an fiwtiul tyiuuli nt all lunv." Quick and time.' A friend worst 'weather ot the season and Wide World. Hni, L8i wl'Ji a lianunfr; whisky saXe, Its the moat reliable of fill Uiro.K told me Dr. Miles' drink large quantities ot Heart Remedy had and sleep on beds of pain and get and lung It Jctt'jny (ice ibVik oJifi blue; Kvciy bottle guar cured ber father, Too Much. ' Albert Blgelow Paine, the blograpa. so I tried it, and fined for trespass and contract tha anteed. Wo and J1.00. Trial ba!,tle fiee at Then I wtpt on a Ions' rheumatism and age perceptibly, and all drugglsto. JAumoy. she becan to Imer ot Mark Twain, was talking to a prove, She took all for a few measly soologtcal or or VJiim ft arrived group of old newspaper eronles la great many boa nithological specimens that he could TJie pink envelope and 1 ttle, but she is buy New York. $1.85. Still, at the market for 'There could be no Ucttcr medicine spared to me to We iqrs pnrnn,t,eid "Mark Twain loved the Gerawas," day, fat, rosy looking at it dispassionately, It 'pears be said. "He especially loved the pon- plucked girl. No one can aImagine the like' a beneficent arrangement for thpn Chamberlain's Cough ltmedy. My To a perfvet lOjVe. children were all pick iwltli .wivaopl'iff derous German bull, which he conconndence I have in Dr. MIlea' Heart keeping the equitably ad- oouKh. One of tliAm (was In bed, had Of a girl. sidered far superior to the bull ot Ire Remedy." A. R. CANON, Worth, Mo. Pay, ah' a dnraml justed." Kansas City Star. a ldjch fever anil wigi qoujclilrv; jup filool i land. WU. idw jnatllafed The unbounded confidence Mr. Our doqtor gao Uwatn Clyurtberlaln' "He used to quote wlUuapprese Tli ilnk rolope and me in Canon has in Dr. Miles' Heart RemVjb CouBb Jlemedy and Ue filret dme enseJ tioa this bull from a Reichstag era edy is shared by thousands of Ominous Deeerlatlen. Willi a hairpin; "Ya-asUoa: farmer, "ye eaa them, and Uirce bottles cured Uem." said the " To squeaM the Juice oat et a leav others who know its value from gk to gwattleburrer by this here rod. says Mrs. It. A. Donaldson, of Uexlnx- - Tlven she read inabte. ' I I rvpr aw a girl Muh experience. Many heart disorders Keep tight on till you come to the boa, Mum. For sale by all uealars. ea and then give it a kick, ao, tt la So yield to treatment, if the treatment sheriffs aaouse at th' top o' the hill, too mack.'" Mathlat is p.y, slue kbitd Jixe. then turn to the right till ye pass M is right. If you are bothered with Tile of a Sttnsp: Usut laeuM this by ' I Ttilrteen-lnef- t Oh, you Uttle BMdfeUt Sere. Madders' pUee he's teewa eoastabuH short breath, fainting spells, swelle immr iae ws we U to BUI taea ye go on fer ball W- eretired naval osleer spent, a week ing of feet or ankles, pains about I'm a trt,oii'P- -a posViae jitamp cleaa wMaeut a sicker itawa w the tost area, i'eaasylvaawa TJie pink uovloje. and I ad at Magnolia, Mass., where he the heart and shoulder blades, pal- - Wtddems Bill's ear trea'eutln' A eruee ell rstiaed te ptrMeUae. peseta' which ye'll see I make the Oovamfmepit Aiie now AMtllivg wuigly Costs ne more taaa the fsa-was-on Feaee WblMey'a Jaatlee o' the kind -s- aves iUOMSZ In Jm- - bosom; A PiMftt you saves WOKK-m- vm eyes. toomla'" ap ahead oa ye ye eolerUss resalalscences. After be had We can hear tytr taort itjhrqbl Year dsaler has HOUTa Osfe Heart Remedy at once. Profit by eaat atlas It It's got a pink barn la Otf K!.W,t)QJL tfeor. m barrels direst Iram ear retired for the night a Judge, advocate Whwi it goes fastest eliT treat at H aad the ye turn to the 8arne who bad kaewa him for eeaae years the experience of others while you She 'tkje us out may. past the eowrt hsaase with a clock Dotl't'iWOAt Aobras;, to the groap: left remarked And Umcs m. But I never was I fMlewla' the read to , "We asM blm the maoa gas." Dr. MHfs' Heart KmV Is seU and Thrte of Them Amuse the Passengers on an Interburban Line In Connecticut. Frightened By Soldier With Petition He Punishes Him and His Su perior Officers. Experienced River Man Took the "Worth One's Weight In Gold" Has One Chance That Was Left Him Been Aceorded Altogether Too and Saved Life. Much Significance. ' ' Condensed Statement of Condition scene Passengers on tho enr leaving this ' Detail cf nn extraordinary city one afternoon were treated to a which took place while tho czar was v near aioscow re pretty signi at tno rock cut below Kcytit Ilrook on the Dnrbv ne whpn. cenlly are now leaking out. While . i.l imn,.rin! i .,.i .i..-i- i -- ..."i .i. ...,.... mnwv t.uo 1t.o..a .....,,..., uni.uiaiAiiui.vi g running car for over 300 yards, leav-- . down tho lines of tho Second the tracks when tho car got so fnntry regiment, a private of tho close that the fender touched tho Fourth company suddenly stepped out of line, threw down his rlflo and bind lees of the Inst door, Motorman .1. L. McGuIro camo upon rushed up to the czar to hand him a tbe deer suddenly as tho car rounded petition. At first It was believed that a sharp turn in tho rock cut and ' nn nttempt was being made on tho I 1 iiiLLUH-vuuuliulvi- ;": .i. .'...... "to ...." Beaver Dam Deposit Bank BEAVER DAM, In-In- I 1 fr a 1 b m a .L".. . 'L? J .: u'l y I p I egg-shel- l. I -- K AUTOMOBILE TRANSFER trains. stable ! car meets Telephone or call at want to leave. when I n COOPER A, CO. JrleLtrtfox'dL, Ky. gfS3w0000000&srares00sssas I I ex-an- . ( raw-vari- ld .' hard-earne- d n '' Afiirm-Jeitlo- n i' 40-rc- d per-eapit- , ," 3f 'ilU' ' aa attor-neyv-att- er SJfejfijrLfirc aft res'-deae- e. elt. On. C Mil U U. .1 Hartford Republican. KttttrA anonllng to lw nt the roMtitflc' Hartford, Ky., n.innll mutter ot the fftc.ml law. We motmtftlM M nsV 'i irupl I. .lion nnbblshn twopie furoWilivr tlic brains and coplfil C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER v ille (lrrn nnned with fie Mjnlu EDITORS In fie .mountains whm IV et.vnr were aVvny the htsi ported about Vic RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER n AND PROPRIETORS. Ill" friend- w Vi of Mnelr holding". PUBLISHERS I1';! ftr Tart l also of now vintn. .Vtm In tfifjc to Only Inst ear lie .cus-e- d AMtpm all commualcaUoia .1'fff.tMit language, In tlie writer's hear-InHartford RopubUcan. tor lls support of tlie (Umillui ncclproqlty treaty lfieaue It would butt llrett S'uwi Grjan the Umber NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to n epit made n .tr.lp Hart an .while there lie tlrolrlnn the pjHrn-n8nbertUi-give the old n.ldr- e- lu milking the xvv a light" and came bv.k oddr n t reqoeft. Imwl'jisr tor iTnft and Iris knt It IP mnniKcrliit" will not be returned Uonolloltf.1 riouly nnJ v until lie tnku himself otrax Bccotnpiniled by pontile. communications will recelre no a mikI mnllf thinks some poor .Hull Anovyinons hf.i,l f"r down Attrition. Moose .will Grew to swat It. Tthnt I tlie only way to ieacli one. he rpn nw ..5.S3 Ptemcto. 3l-r- x barefoot d wpll li wjs CABLE BRIDE LANDS years old njvl wore pnlctie "ti Mie wis about au of Ms trouvre until IN UNITED STATES thirty. Hn Mvn sro: Into the lumber bud-ne- f n'll to wmltlt and hi' rise hfl Girl Texan Married While 4,000 .Miles Apart Arrives in Galveston. SPECIAL BARGAINS In Men's, Women's and Children's Winter Goods 13.-- .W itf s, t bfi'n. fl i T,.x .N'jvonvbcr Ltoyd eteam i: tVriiuiJi KoMn ntcned into CSjIveston lirnbor , SlonHy Mw io v& ot tJve deck, nizlni; ' anliuly toward the landlnp ilno-- , a Onlvt'oti, the No. tli Beginning Wednesday, November 20 AND ENDING WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4. lirl(i;i)t.ekMKl l 1, Kill DAY, Col. NOV.KMUKK S.'. Harry Summers ho Insulted ull, IfjiVavlllc by suggesting for major "nfiNt ttoar. a dean man 1 W not beon Now YwrlT" DcmooraTt-to &lvp any olwra tor 3lr. Hnn licard lor a cabinet officer. jWnat revolution, that StexV'in Inlcrveaitlqn. ctC? Lqt slm'tt of about clffprrtlmp. S,tal The Oqmml'tee to tlo Progressives; "Boy. come back and y.ou may 'liave All thce Offices, whMi we arc about to los;." re- (Cemtwl minds us of tlie JHIow duck wliien th3 .boa.t iont umleir a bridge. .wi'-rf- .refused to lav Tlie CalVfflFnla ar.uisie and "demon ctop will amount to M,,f0 tjils year. If the Dtnon.':p('a isriwi'i Vip itar.rt U will all turn out to be lemons. ryan oflt w!H-iTr- the examples of Clay, ijalhoun and Blalni and refuse to s'urlnk Into a inere otfioe ihplder under Vre man lw illd so muoli .to elf.-- t Pieisldjent. No doubt-Col.-B- ly ran 40,000 vq'es behind Hie vote In Kentucky four yqars agi, and y.M Jn pome counties Democrats are 0lbra,tlng the sreaU?) Mlntorj-- . It BhouVd be a time for sober jpflsption In thje Demoora'ic oajnip. "Wilson Erjan n ,J r , of the of an eNtna .!( Av, n,. u, ,i of last wek, v. t,h - b.vi.rvv of a Democratic J nea,r Itoslne, by additional .taxes. 'Sir.' Guy SIcDanlel, of State Administration was ha-- e Saturday as pe gue,t of So It Wjas the last time Slcqreaxy was his uncle, Sir. W. B. StcDanlels, and Oovernp,r and w told y,ou so. was accompanied home iby his cous!:i, TlW Pipgrr.s,sle parly stands ifor cer- Sllss Edna K. SIcDantel. tain rwll defined jurlnclples. Jt lis not Slir. John P. Allen imqved lasit ,weok alone a question of lea,nliilp and we pre- Holsteln cow to Mr. nanlel Oardin. Str. J. O. Cookst-- y and AanirUy lna"e sume no qn ico,miet'Hl (with Mie organinvaitter nt moved to Sir. C. B. JJ. Pellxts. zation cures a ran about ihe OfXIoes. It b. Ja'se to assert Uuat the SlrM. John P. Alien nvivod last rnvulc Proswesslws wie all disappointed loBfloe fnom 10s foimier lionie on OhurjJi street to the Crescent building on Slain. The eaekrMTS or iparsons misled by dishonest No niiore unsolftth and patriotic QiWent Pointing Works, which "KAi leadeirs. championed a grest eitabltshfld Arrll, 19U. and of wlnich set of man ever E. Hall is proprietor, wias removod cause, and It was no,t!orii V die. bulldbic ito from Uui.t ithe Ma.rt.ln According tjo .S'nator JJrridly 'Vie Bull plaoe on tine Dundee nea,r the nov M.OOS3 ai;e divided Itk'o itjwo clisses, "the Sltbollst quncll. leaders and the mUVl." and ifie lf.oirm.ir Sirs. A. J. Wilson .lotivrned ihome to i,Te mostly disappointed office s"iekers. ForoVtvlUe afteimoon, sitor Satmjday He saj-,- oniy the milled n,r to .be wel- a visit to H- - iPirnets during tlie comed back. Since the Ssn.'iitor did a and death of her mother, Sins. Z tair$e sized Job of cussing ami Viul'ng, B. B. Felix. members of his party Oiler Is In iMlsa JtoUnda Kllzabeth Of imlskadliig ocainst Taft four xaa,r. ago, he should Itockport ,tlie suest of relatives an.l dal kindly with this class of "boliters, t'lends. but If he was also a leader at ithat We unlarstand .Blnli Uev. that time pfrquldn't lve .le lenient with both S'.ileld.s, pastex of tlie Olaition Bajitlst classes? Church, will be unable to fill his megJ-la- r appointment Here n'Jxt SUurnlay and the Mime old flfi'nt ts to l4O0ks like-Sunday. ,Ile la removing fram llockpart fought over iby t,!.e .toUinpo be to Beaver It U he .un stoiy .of falluim to uta.id Sir. A. Dam. J. Wilsht Is ixtlng a together on the pant of Vie funnci. on the Xanm wiiloh Ji,9 lnouglilt firoi Last year they saw the besl ifrleiid AJl'noji Nabois p,nd wlilch adjoins ,the they over had lu tlie SUte alaug'itrfl lojly Fred Paug,ht fd.nn, Oluton loute 1. AVlfi'i O'JleJ." giovernor. Jn a .race Sir. Zilla Wilson bus qreqted a no-in tlie ie.cqtlv q'uilr at Prankfo.-- t adjoins the coming battle would be halt won. birn on his farm which Hie Slat (Al';n pace on the L.'ltqliOteld rqull. Not t!w,t Ihe .would ivlolato fie law to George L. Sirs. Cauui .Is JU of aid iMie tobiHKo gioniers, but t'l-'- r tlnqat tnouble a,t 'her ihome on the would 1aow before lund, land ,wj'. LlVitleW .road. thai no aivn of the law .wias to .be hcivt Sins. Pnof. Jesse Bjens, Prlcdalain 1, to to put the qrgaulza,tlon of honest "Pint Fnliljay as the gist tof bar mothbacco T,owqns out mf itlie flglilt. It W er, Sirs, Jiane JVyon. a slOW jirooejs iby wlilch wie leann to Sir. and Strs. J. P. Allen spent Sunffuairjd pur own Interests and smiueftlmfH day as Mie guests ot Air. and Mi)1. viery costly. Ethel Daniels on tlie Hurler Toal. Sir. Elijah Doiiil(d .li(is amoved hlo WHO IS Barber Shop Xrom Q. IV, Daniel's iHlack In Mie oublbdied accounts of Uiie re anil'h s,)iop to Ito Bld,e noqm qf iC. A. cent mAotlng of the 'JUft. .qr MUld Motley & Co's stoie. we party State (Central iC'ommUteve, nnUoe .liu-- t one Oriyin Ua.nrq'4 In ifuoted New Meat Shop. bull lyuxu "II oe docUHiui .war I have opened up a mat hqp in the Moose, "wlicn one sticks liils liad up for office," Of qoivrse "Oiieejile" Vl'nks Illley stand, In opnnecUon iwilth tlio il Bull iMoose actuated by iUue niune Conuiverclal Hotel und will be plqasrt Impulse wlit'h prompts ihlin and whl.'li to (have you cull on Sir, Ike Sandrfur meats, for ypur lard and Anyfthlii,; I created by tlnat office Itching Now Gisn 4s t)v) State Hall usually kept In a first class nveatahop. for ithe thlid dis- Prices right. Your pia,tiwiage 'solicits 1. RoAd Conunlsslonor trict and ow'ics his olevftlttan to th'tt Telephone No. 101. All Hoods deUvened. 51tf. Adv. ilghtjr Job by ,v,lrtume J. P. JAHPWn. of ."ovpi (bousand otcs w)Mqh ha,ve since gone your husband cross? An irrUiabl, Is and no doubt his delull UoosAwaird, voted Taft head will be ticking up Wr fault finding ULspqsltlon is ofiten duo tomiaoh. A man Jvlt'i reelection long brfone lie icon get anound to a disorganized tamttutlng true 30,000 Hull MpnsH jlieads good dlgeallon is nearly always good la Wb district. ,But Qreen can in a nutured. A great many have Meen peru,eawure be excused fqr (liatid (hri.rt-dittmanently cured of stomach trouble by He has not alwpys Ixyen an and ,must nqed nuke a Knqafar Uklnc Chamberlain's .Tablets. Ffir sale aow et devotion. ?le cVun,be.rfd over by all dalrs. ' ' I iI . Rumors sos-sV- . rr luivlomly .waltlmr for t..e flrt llmpi of ilir tiiibani!, wUim n'ie l had n.Mir neon n iumbniwl. Prau Helejie clixwirz Ten Hdt'k vi' the name of ,th.e Imb", an.l m .e nil k waltln? for the hviiVng of jt'ia ship ! I wo.s Mr m'.utuiizcii fivricnn uu.iin i, , Hrirry Ten Hrlok, who had tome OLAT0N. WU'lilta rplls, his hornp, to meet f'o . Cal Davldton ,hns re- - girl whoitn lie had mnrrlsd by cable Nov. moved from Uarretts l'"rty .to ti In .VnsiVrfl.!"'. h,e wa wilille V, Allen' farm nar Wsler. HolHnd, .her honiie, and lie was In ll'O and wHe .Mr. Arthur V. MJtehU. North Testis town, wlpie he la d.ius'jUr, UladJ's, visited .Ills MW". w t,he Wlslilta Tails . Ulllle MltttVU. Mr. .vid IUllioad. Jlr. and Mrs. Oeprge J'Utt v,W ro Harry Is a native of Holland an 1 Frla'iland aV'PPtnK Saturday. tWinty jeain aif when lie left .Messr. Dunk Hall and Kivd I'TaubM Iletene was his hWoettien.rL .He )ifver were In Horse Unvnoji ion .buslneJa Frl- tarnt the f!aen-t.alre- tl tunldrti during, liy. all the itlnie he was gnowlivt Into mm of Olatc.n's .most popular youns and becoming an Anuwlcan tltl.j l. llss Itosa Lea Snila'i ,and Mr. Two years ano he paid a visit to ills lloy K. IvslUi v.?re unltel Jn matrljs old liome and tfieie fQund Hclene w'lil lart WAltn?sJay nltjht, Nov. 13. by If v. true to lieir Klrl love. Before Ik left V. M. Karris at the lir,rN rtioine. (Mis. lie Inad obtalu'd her promise to become Kislth wias tlie oliiiwt daus.lvte,r of Mr. his bride, and early In October s!e w i and Mrs. Joe L. Smith, and quite n neat to liaie suited for Anwrl,cu to beieoi.ic and anooinpllslied girl. Mr. Jiftlth ,ww his .wife. tlvJ ton of ,Mr. and Airs. William iKa'tli, Parents objected to Iwr lealusj (Ikmiip and Is a very Industrious yaunp; fainm?r as a maiden and the cable was brpus'it reside r.t ln.to ssunlce, arvl while slie siood before Tlvey will and rallroaitcir. Olaton. anoAafty ln.Aiiia.rda.tnand answisrwl t.n Mr. J. P. Alien, wife and tosr-iahlld- . quostlans that bound hex ito II, my, uests of lie was In a notary's office In Wln'ilm MJss EjUiel Myrtle tUIen, .were y Sins. AHsn's inotfysr, Sirs. SI. ltall Falls signing his name to a iloeunv-n- t night. which declared he took Iletene Sehlva's Sir. C. S. SIoley nnd family Jiuve for his lawfully wadded wife. Oyto'jL.r fnim .Trlsl,er, K., to ne' 17 slve .took passage f,or GalvffssUin in honv5 on Qliurch street, Olalon. ago dlarry Uie Kotln, and twxi days Mrs. Qtha Daniel and Sllss Othn Keith reached li,are ,to meet her on ariUal. were baptlaed at Olaiton ti'ne 13vh iy When the two niet they klsed each Uev. Vanhoy, paqtor of the nw Sltho-d!s- t qt'ier on bqili c;ieiks, s,mll?l haipplly chuicli. Into epfJi otjier's face ajnd she being tlie s Jpslj "VVilon, lUdna Calse an J wife, of an Amorlcan cltlaen, ie for Larlnne White were 'bapWsid at OVaton malities of e.amUiaton wor Vsi;n"J the lJth by Uev. B. P. Jenkins. i with and tlip two Jett .lait nght, for Sirs. Perlliid Iwell, of Hird,lnbwrg. the pretty Pali home In WlclUta Kv.. visited Sir. S. H. Qjalsiitn. Olatnn, wlitcli Harry had propared In a,ntlclpi-tlo- n l -.o. .i, aw r. U- -. T T, II. f , i of tn culmination of his happiness. wlm was l' 1 For TWO WEEKS Only. Overcoats and Suits. $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 8.50 $18.00 $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 $11.0S Overcoats 10.00 Overcoats Overcoats all wool 0.48 Overcoat- s- all wool Suits grays, blues and blacks . 15.48 Suits-- all 11.48 shades Suits-- all !.08 shades Suits-- all 7.98 shades rain-prorain-pro7.-J- 19.-- Mr. Ladies' Cloaks. $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 One $10.48 values 9.48 values 7.48 values lot of 50 Cloaks consisting of Blacks with Fur and Velvet Collars-reg- ular $7.50 Special 5.00 If-mml- !i .... stor-keep- I!i'e Mi-k- tli-r- Children's Cloaks. One lot of $4 values special $2.9S 'n0 pop, Men's Heavy Underwear. Shirts and Drawers. Special per suit, 89c Medium Hibbed Shirts and Drawers. Special per suit, 89c Fleeced-lined Heavy Skirts. $4 Values $2.98 Flannel and Cotton Shirts. $2.00 Flannel $1.50 Flannel $1.00 Flannel Shirts-Spe- cial Shirts-Spe- cial Shirts-Spe- cial $1.C8 Guaranteed Hosiery. Holeproof and Wunderhose for meh Special 1.28 &.'-unla- tllr Holeproof for Women Special . . Wunderhose for Women Special . . Hose for the whole family. All Wool Hose for Men and Women, Heavy grade, 25c values Special Cotton Socks 4 pair for Children's Hose Ladies' Hose 21c pair 29c pair 21c pair Cotton Work Shi rttt Cotton Sunday Shirts $1.00 Dress Shirts .50 .50 ....'... values-Spe- cial 88 .42 42 79 Comforts and Blankets. . . 21c Half Wool Blankets, $2.00 $1.25 Blankets $1.50 .Comforts-Spec- ial 25c 8c 8c $1.68 89 1.00 SIL-se- All Calicoes 5c per yard. Hoosier Cotton 6ic per yard i. llne, ,,, .u "" '' I Hope Bleach Cotton WhatTexart Admire hearty, vigorous life, according to Hugh Tallman, ot San Antonio. '"We find," he writes, "that Dr. King's Nw Life Pills surely put nw lite and energ Into a person. Wife and I believe tli?y are (the best made." Kxcellent for ;ton;-acliver or kidney troubles. 23 cts at Is $c per yard. All 10c Ginghams and Percals 8c per yard. Ohio County. Also a , complete line of everything for the WHOLE FAMILY. Now is the time. You are needing winter goods. Why not let us save you from 25 to 35 per cent on your purchases? We h. carry the most complete line of Shoes in all druggists. The Demons of the Swamp AVil-bej- rt are mosquitoes. As tliey sting ithey put deadly malaria germs In ithc blood. Tlien follqw ,the Uy cliills and the ,flres ot tuid the tever. The appetite files strength fails; also malaria often paves the way for deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters kill and cast out Mie malaria germs from the blood; give you a flue appetite and renew your strength. "Afte long suffering," wrote W:n. FiQtw.cll, of Lueama, N. C, "three bottles drove all tlie malaria Jroin my systwn, and I've had gqod health ever lw,e." Best for all stomach, liver and kidney Ills- 50 cts. at all druggists. s ROSENBLATTS. (In Connection with S. Rosenblatt, Hawesville Hartford. party. The people havp turned to the arty, fiJid that erir&y Is Prosnertslvp - -' Kentucky. promise; wlMi Axes and Olive Branches. Overtures Xor peace are )ein; inatlo by the Turks and the ltepubllcann pirp '.o Overture for tlve dejf raited, but it be expected Is the vlotors who dictate ,tlie terms. We note a tendency lo overlook this lattr taot on tlie jart of some of (t'rosflwho gathered at ,t'o Gtt't Umum Tluwsday iijglvt In tlie name of tlie llpubllci'ti party. Tliese good fronds seem to q'lerbih the Idea tlwt tlie wreck iof fiolr iMrty lias o,methlng to qffqr the popple, nn.1 should be that In priiqslng p,;ace considered as the geverou pojwer exvend Ing cleynejicy ,to a iMbelllous Xuctlon. Th,e sooner they ll8a,bii.o Mielr (minis fantaMIo nation the of Mils ifl,Vior better will be tlve chance for J)eaidJu.V-meof ,the polltlcvil situation, Tine rebellion was not against ftlw (Uepubllc m pxrwy, but against 'Uie Jjeqple. Thp In tuls fight w,ne tine regulars. Tihey defied ithe popular will o,nd .took up aiyns at UriTcago canild&tie an! nollcl.t'i against Mie upon wihloh tike voters Oiad t it'i'ilr seal. By a majority ot ivvirly a m,Ullon W voVrs liave s'lnoe cori,t(rmjed Mils y. gio,w,-?.-s- p.ie ti-o- re.l-denc- (e fr vs GtbGAKKETT? sn-Wtlo- n. 1 fa arts-tttcr- at J bound by every bacred obllnutlon fio remain true to tilio people. It can not cqmprqmtse Its prlne'ipleji ipr tlie .oaune eonviilt(t"d to ltn rtifusp. It was miade evident In tlie dkunywio'i that .Vpok plafs at ttvj .Gtrlt Houso (meeting that tlie gjntWnien w.ljo rpprpsout the frazzled neum,in of iMne Itqpulbillcxn "" party astill uttVtfly " Itl'l" d3-- ' to .the 'ivd nittuie of vvihat Haas happened, und, ljidred, of .wt'init tt lnnnqnlns They can not aainpiihcnfl itihat a. injqral, .rwvolutlon involving Issue Industrial and uoveiiiiiieiital .has .ta.Uen pUue, and Miat Alwy ana .tlie debris loft by 'the passing tonn. They ore still talking abbout Jobs and jatraiagie, as if t'.iee wens tlie things In wjilcli the people ure Intereated. Nobody discussed principles; nobody suggratftd Mvat Mm llpubllqan ivti.ty should abbundon its i&tamput attltule and rooonstnuot ttpolf of In barmony with the living demand tlie day. The grief tlrt ojpcesed Ed Prank", of affairs. TJe fact that tle ltv Senator Bradley aiid fliers qt 0ve publican parti' rqtalnc-a nanivtw margin pnes?U was all cunosjrniod wilthtlie fa.t ot lead In Kentucky,as a wY'fl,icain no: tlve llepubltcau riuty Q(s a niauis overcome the fact .tliat In Mie Nilon Wiaf ot gfUnUw office .hud uaxpamenrtly lod It Is more than tou.000 vo)ls bqliind. n U3Jtulji,"s. Pointer mrmors ot tho L,oulsvlllis It was dihUwved by nearly its party ,w,lio left It on a quertlor, .of prinDis20,000 voUis, wlUoit the ciple are bvvliied lo return in tHa trict Hie lpubtVan pwrty of KoqtfKky of Jobs. Tjlw !wpbs fuUllty of Is a larne atfulr. Mils attitude Is obvious. It' Is bad to IX Miepe Is a cleinency to be Hourfit ace men so Incapable qr Intorpijong and 8lvn. It must he nought by tyiose Mvclr own time. .Vie people rttoudUd (it the Uie niqwrnw.-t- of The nianlfeat bltteriipta aaulnst Tlio Iio'ii polls and slvn by ti'ioe Hjkui people put their ,?.al qf aippupvul. Herald wlicn contrasted with the tli to make all otlwr elrwurs T.IUs is not a qoAnrel Uqtwqen XaAlons eaaniess of Mve IVipubbllcan pnrfcy, It As ra qvia.rrel wlnqrae, ejupluislzes the faict Oiat tlm em- bbe,'.Wcen Uie pvopte und the lUubllcan Issues wlilch the Pronntwlve party itray liodlrvl mid vitalized aiie s'.IU anatilema In ti'n; mlmls of the lfmblVrw pmaitiii. The ItTtild Is Jiated leauhe it In putting principles iliqljoie Jqbs; I,?-- n nvfititod to us3 It )ua pilsts - U-- al play the game of the politicians who make office Uie cJitef dnhl"iratuin. The Herald l.us never ben usi tul to iVin.i-tBradley un.l tlw cqterle of pollllcla'is In charge of what Is left of t(!ie pai,ty, b).'rnuse It has sought first qf all to be useful to the And that Is why Mie politicians have no usje for The Jlqrald. ,We aniiaicUUi Mie implied compliment. or jp!. Ji4tlf.il Tliere In W Is Koiuqthlng alnnowt nt men, who once wore privileged paritakj'.'ts land jiunv.ov-qr- s of putivnage, wandqrlng An plaoqs and ciylng abiud for 4 lie Ueuli-potliat lioive now .fallen to Uie portion ot olliens. It U all Uioy kinow of politics. Por ,Mvni he w,ord .lcis lip iqUim' io picture qt thre Progrnsslve punty lieipvrils sympatliy .the ulwuryl offer of iieacu Muiit wvnes from Uiest. defeated politicians. lVaoo iaiy je liad. but It must be luul. If u.t all, under the trlump: (uit flag of Pnogiiesskvism. Ilhero ts n to jitke U illfflmilt for those who nfie tlie Uglvt to ctuifupe (tliclr tilth und enlist In Mie ivw a,un, 0Vy will fln,d u ready welcome, ajirt Miw luvirty dusji of a coiiiradi'1 band. But tVy rrnwt come ,vltliMit nsKbig that the JMugrordves abate ttne Jot iuf tSjo pr.lncliilss frit wJilv.h theiy Atarwi; they must cmne iineiard to accost fft platform and to suppont Vie parity,- - 'Atv-- to s'ia,re tJie forlunqs of vviir. Uie ntmuscd Tlicjse a,ii9 Uifi UradJiry jTt trms. ,We fcjar Soatir ts will find Uiem lwd. He, probably, will pnetrr to stick wlth tlie reni-uoin- c. lemwbe to bis antiquated Houl. algulClcaniCie. vl-)- d Is U conceivable itliat (ajuy yuf ,w!io has caught Mie blgiger blon ot seinvl.'e and achievement whlqh gavte fae Pri- giess.lv,e flarty bjvlig land (Impulse will be lunqd iback to Uie ot these hungry awniada in ness of politics? yioinparibqiuililp tine ,w,IW;o'- - a-i- st s Is .Uiere tor the Wliat Indmvcmrint man ,who Jia enlisted to fight for social Jjustlcc, lndustilal hot termer and 'p ruiUi of the p4iplv, and wlo lias seen tlie glorious banners of his iia.u.'yj to victory, to turn Inls bar'k upon Mie Hl?ndld InsptrafJon uiid magnificent syralbiUtlea U (mlUUuit ito Join JUmsclf wKih M W tiered and hungry jenviant of exjcltdl RAPUbllcanlsm. We ilave no bitterness fur Mm nar tor any .qf ,Uie osiers w,ho ure noW but stiiu,qtuni of a fqnnqr nirarl We adniiie Ills XliUnir Rplrlt. I.t Is tine to c,q.'iie up wd'th your you hayie be? flits olonlfl (afte,r . knocked dqwn, even If yo,u are XlalnHnff j un,dier u misguided Impulse. . Stay bo j be nponed ito flgtit. It Ji aver gets tliat nwnaper lie .wants we liope he keep his promise to give unmitigated us 1V91I. We tUrlvw ton Ww,t kind of ft'iinif In the meontVne here b (Vie PnajBria'o flag, nailed to the maisthrod. P tar liuiiiaji welfare, fqr .tlie rule lot Mie noqpV), for hqacsty tutd decency In bus iness and pollUqs. Umiwr rtliajt tflaa are enlisted lor the wtar, aiqwevor long it may last, and he wins Pyui no ta(mavti al stfi-od- -s (or .the tight, let 4Um depart- .- LouJsvlUe , s The Progressive nartv wlH not com. UercJd. .,, . v- - Attrivy Loulwvlll Coatt Suits And Cloaks Now that winter is WiWrVa. !!rn i nnd 13v:iwvllIo Hit l wn,i in week. OKLAHOMA LEADS Mr. an Mie. Ml?s KottiUi If.Vr'jrnnk niyii-n- md Wn!-n"-..l- iy iliU,'itT, Mail'tni, IN ROAD BUILDING from a fw div" In 1.3 iKllle. Mr. ind Mrjr.lli.ti. y !l'iv. rJ will Vive t'io hut vt next wiHc for Ciillfflrnii tour, and will probably on n lite In tjvit ltv. T. "v! Joiner, picrnr of the MMI.prllst Cl'ii-i'li- , will prtiU'Ji rt YtanksKlvliig lTnlo,i eorvleee nl fie nt t,'io Iltpl'fct Cuirci'i nix.t T".viri1ay. M,r. Ilntl Mniizy," of MnrgnnflcM, JCy, . State Department Heads Good vAy V,.1 JKi D u yustpmM u sa'. Highway Move and People'Follow. iChPfotab, Ok., Novwnl r 18 WJIila'iO-nitra,'!r In many of fho lefoun ll iib an of ,thc tiny, ar, 'or Ktianl Uv KMxt un. Wilkin?, f.ivptjilinni nnd bsit,tnmtnt of ,l'ie ro-pi- e In Brn.Tnl, Is Just now'falrr.fns n poltloii nmontt t,!i9 ienti'nnilatJp Qn-ro,ids mumnypt of tlie In xli. H.o Inn,!. Wti'i the Okl,i)io,iwi lllKhwayfl l)o- partment, at the luart of .wblph 1 Col. . Tjnv .tatfi of Oklafioma Sidney Is movliiK fp.rWB.tl as inyld'y.iirjl pprCnp,, In the moi1 toin'rl" l.vork as any of the ftate of the Brea. wt'st. We ii,t ,leaft are JUA'ak'xis to the wprk &tixK pro vital liipor.'pnce of n, nfv;-mr.ilfl 1 Ku,-9,,f,f'C-Uvtly, ! v'' xw, stormy iVVc got the Goods vj if yrnvsm ior ircpare Listen! V-lfi- d. : . fast coming, you will Ji.rs Wtd,n'ilay to nClend tin funeral of lU fati'-'-s cpit,In, Mr. WIW.oii wan Mniizy, need either a Cloak or a Coat Suit. We carry a stock that is who wan burled at Oikwwid Wednfdny nnnibiff. K'.'ry ni'iiiibjr of ltmmh No. Klvcir ft1ni i .MU Vft liilKil w vrw wyafji WMKwy- v w Hk3BHt iff skX worthy of your consideration. Our styles are right and our prices are low. sell you a Cloak at from $5 to $20 made of latest material and a style that will appeal to you. Coat Suits from$10 Can LassssaHrsssr t rflBr vJS? IST Ptl... 15 1 r ju LADIES' When in need, call on us, and bear in mind that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE SAVES YOU MONEY. THAT c..k SUIT' to $20 that are worth CIS 13 W $25 110 Ji rruiiintcvl to be present nt regular inn ting of the lp lira xt iT,iiai- . of In. A KPcc'nl prou'iun day West to nil Knlrr'iN will lio (then. Tii Iji'llTrt of't:ipM'ithi'l,itvCh,urch arc pn'ixiii'ng for their animal bxzur, whMi t!ry will vdM tills yar riivcr .Mr. J. O. IUr'n woevy on iMaln r!re?t nnd & and wjll be held on Dcy. 3, you make yiur of Clirlat-im- s Wlicn pntwejils It would lo mice to your friends wltth pi jiontis to n good magazine. For ffHrIr:. of any periodical published (riatl J. Nsv tf Foster Magazine A nancy, i.tynby Mlxa Nancy Ford nnd ulster, iretu-mpiyive anl brq'flipr, Cram nn , e.,,,rnl"'pl visit with itheir tinclo jmvI aunt, Mr. anl Mm W'm. Monl, ni WlntVi titer, Ky. Tby wvre picii fit' LoubwIU? by l;ielr .faiVicr, Dr. K. W. Ford. T'.e Wqnwrf Jlrvn Mlfirt'onary Society of the Molhodi'st Ghurp.i, y will give an oypr supper on rtWIit, Nov. 23, In tip buUJJni; forniK-rla uup!cI by the f.'ipi of Alad-Ji?Mii'MIUun & Uom. Ilvcfybrrly nli-'ht- lt mot:l anl by .tjlve State (HJifi- - Vto-rj- - gg;j Hartford Republican. ,i j.'jtin..v. Niawatunn - Jmlao W. II. llajivs ban returned from a bUH'nara trip to ,Krankfort. Sour Kraut nixl "Vce nqw ivitk at W. II. Moqne & Son's Market. I'icklcs. Adv. Wfwli-on-- j. 1 r. pi sat Adv. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. 21b-N- Just ivcohicd now barrel of Jimoo W. H. MOOIiB & SON. Hcrteit "Hell, "trf Ttuford, ha froni a prospiUiiB ttp In Cali- L' L. Uc N. time card affective Moadajr Mr. Aug. o. 112 North, 13ound due 7:19 b. m. fornia. dlly except Sunday. TrflticiiflsM. was Uio Mrs. UMixlJ-aTo- t due 3:40 p. m. No. 114 Nortli Bound BiKMt of h'ir bUit, Mia. It. It. "Vcdillnir, dally except Sunday.-t No. IIS South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. tills woek. dally except Sunday. Jlr. 13. .S. SLauzy, oft route 3, UWor No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m l.uu. luJd T.he U'wubliqan a,wlutnt Jcvill Tuelny. i dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE Agt. Xrom Miss UWa JIa.'9in I has-ivtun- vd ' Ki3iia(i City, .Mo., visiting hf,r brother. lwr,e ih elmd been GUNS! GUNSI j of Kuttiiwa, (Ky.. of MlH iKuitle aV)mlle-tq- n Kuet w,is sevorul iy i?atly. Airli-n- JII) e tlik, lli Saio money on jour nviKuslne orders by ordorlnu from J. Ney Foster Mag.i- tf xlna Ajfiii'v. Hartford. Ky. way D(p(rtfnfnt. 'flip side Of tlie tat Was ma le prpnre nyi-- ) in raid nuiUjnp ,inan lws b"ie enst Rid?. l it rny qf repent dijte Unit Oie east 8!de hi tfikfJi espc-cnovoilntertM In t.'ils FriiiViwIJir. a RnJ fpads mont. T'.i first flldo are unidtfr t.'ie btillllriff on the JUghway (Urrptlonx of thp Ok,lii,b(i-TiCloni,nilsslnn, vns t nt pf n, "nllie fiihl a half of r,ciid lfladlng iwit fiiam the end of GfnVy avpiue out of CJlsecotah, Highways Commjsslon T,liie Oklahoma lias plann,d In all ajibour. HW miles of iroad Wil'jig tlirouKh tlw ptate In such n way as to .benefit nil f,?c,tfom. has Of t.'i! a,Tiaunt about lypi difLiVitoly located, the ljnes cros'-ln- s lnUed. frojni '.a)te north to pouth the The Kanii'.fs' lii'b'tute .for Ohio coun and from cast to .west. One joute on tlio Side, yiat ty will be hMd at lla,rtorjl an. IA romhgt' E-- rt Uirounh Vlnl'.a. J nn, 5 ncvJ the last rf.o'wlll lie, ulv-'MuskqT, Qviootoh and Atoka, has for l,he ,bo's nern club ls!(OW. Mr. H, O had cansld 2rabhle work imt ou,t upin lilock, Oirganlseir, of IiotUqnl, Ky., wua It VipiiUKli local organ.Izatlons. It Is the Uteliiwnyp Co'n- e In Jlar.tfovl this nviklns flrariGt-men- ts plan, however, nlslo,n to secure larce ums in aW of for Uie InwMMite. moviement fiqm tb.e state Ur. Cbiuile WU'on, osltop'iti'i, will be this Renvoi aid federal govemmentfl. In Hartford on Tuesdays and iFrUays 1Vi,e oV.Izien of ,he ,wqst shle of fie eieh week. Ills office I louatd In the canslderoble to cavcoiras Oonnm-wl7 a. state have had Hotel. Office hours tliem In the work of roail hulildln4r, m. to 11 a. m. Dr. WIlo,n will olio be qyien'ally nlcoig the route of fch- In Hiawr Item on the an days. OffL-'smat ,n,i'lonal hbgliwpy from lwmrs from 12:30 Xo 2:15' 1. m TR T.Ufikor Wlnji'peg o tiie Oulf, known as the Jle- Hq'jpl. Adv. 19tC Tills croat libr'iway ridlan road. Will jviy 12 rpnts In cash ifor turkey mappejl to run through Oklaliloma by do,llveJi?it at my place of business today two diverging outs, qne by ,way of the and .tomorrow. Aftor tli)s wejek tley old ChbV'iolm t'all, brancHlnjt off ifro:n wltl .up wo late Tor the Aew .York the Meridian road at ,WeUn,gton, (Kan., TJiankHglviiur. niark.?,t for Price will and passing 4i'i,roui?h EniIl, Kingfisher, llkcli- - 1)3 Vw,qrr Will buy turkeys pp to El .Uino, and Dinviip. ChlckasfA, Tuesday nlffh,t; Nor. 26. Waurlka, and switching ln,to tiie kna'.n W. K. ELLIS, riroduqj JMercJuuU, llinj at Fort Worth, Tex. The qVier. Ila,qtford, Ky. Adv. running t'ie iMeridlan road pipper, Perry, jGutlirle, Normain, Ok- T)he (rifle ,iango of Gompjmy H will be through open Wliwsday and 'KwirHday, Nov. 27 lahmma City, Pa.uls VaiHey and Ard and 2$. All members of ihij company mow, on tp Fort Worth. w.lio iliptve not flnbjhtfd their ojiiliflc.i- - 'Along tlva Ch'sholm .troll iiMufp niui'b n of the ,road has been built cir a t'on fur V.'.a year should uij this made for Uie grnt hlfi'nvny. Sev- of to qualify. TYie (rcpoi-pof tfie cities ai;l fpuntties t'urpugh uorm fliieJ .will liu,ve io ; Bnt to Frank (wit not lateir thnn D:. 1 and which tills highway runs ia)ve put out through vojuntpfr labor, niurli of tfie raiHRe will not be opeped. asnln work r, Garfteld, in Qranf, the roail after these ,da,tos for thlu tiugvl- - )1'0". CAnadliin mud Grady Slaving icn U. SHOWN, 1st .H'-uC graded through volun,tariy tiurnlmg out Mr. IentW Comb, routtf 1, .Hir,tford, or the farmeTS and piV)ii7 has bean oippolutod us J,uitlco lot the tho route and giving ,Wir?lr .work, the lt lleafle of the Jl.irtfonl putting In, Aliio (irldws and counties by (Ipvcpnor JIcCury to fill Uie culverts proceding or as tf'fl ,wrk plaoe formierly held by iKsq. 1J. 8. of No Greek, ajid w,'io ".vcfntly vur nionpy buying Don't waste movej ito Oiwensl)o,ro. iMf. CVinibs hu plasters. Ohamberlaln'a mcoUVfl Jils cannnlBslpn anrl executed strengthening his band, and U now a full f letter 1 I.lnlnwuit is cheaper and better. Dampen "squlro" and will t'lj out the uiwxplns-- a piece of flannel with it and bind it term of .Mr. .OhamlneThiln. ilr. Cpnihs over tlie affoc,tcd parts and It will re qualified ito fill tills place anil lleve the pain and soreness. For sale is by all dealers. his acutiwi was a wte? oiw. wt -- J nl!i-iir- a Csnt'---to.wn- , tfst-unln- one-ha- lf cor-dlal- ly For slush and mud, storm or sleet, rain or shine let us sell you your shoes and overshoes. Ve "shine" In the shoe business, because ve give you good wearing shoes that "look good" and "feel good" on your feet. pa-ln- tf 1 want your trade from the ground up. Give It to us and ve will give you stuff ve stand by. We we,-k- - of-th- al pro-pnsi- 'd e CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. :$ Hartford, Kentucky. i; 1 In The OH Field. t It U ' 1 Illttt,i! h3 by .mnlous oil prospectors to ofoipin leases In different ipapitp of the county. Within the laq: iew days lipases have been .written adlnl'ng ilo town of Hantford and soma wlq'iln tlie corporate llmttis. fliu.i-datlo- rPiqrted timt ,tl3 Oil e-- al KIK-flshe- t. Odai.-lte.rJ-nl DH-trc- Clinm-b?rla,l- ... ' Mr. Nitt'MaJi the li,osa,iibUtt, nniUBr of store In UartforU, spent .i ! Please Read Me and be Happy; New I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OF 'Shot Guns, Rifles, Target Guns s, Etc. Sunday with Jils parents at JUwosvllle, Mr. IlrifV Orlffln, of Qwtinsboro, arrived ManOay to spwid a few daj-- hexe with ibis nvqthor, lira. MoksI? OilfrtJi. Joiner )ias retuirnad Mtsa from a vUlt with he.r slater, Hss Plaxy In tlie Madlsou-vjll- e Jo'.neo-- , who Is ticlilnK school. Gnulerf Messrs. Kerry Ioney, McHemryj Bupt. lienry luch and Win. NwboU, fl'ty; J.j.iikh Qtcll, .route 2. Ilartfond: (were ploavn,t coJlens at this offlae Monday. Ma,i-sane- t Goodsat ller'sGroceiy UaJslns, Ci;nren.e, Italsln. Cake., berries. K,rau,t, Dates, FIb. AppVp, Cllron, I'e fa- - Mrult all klndp of Oelury Cran Fiioh Oy'.tys, Ki And respectfully request you to call and see the largest and best line of Shot Guns, Am: munition, &c, ever brought to Hartford. Goods the best .and prices ' the lowest. Jumjio Pickles, Maokcr.'fl, Lpo Mince Mrot. Potrito, Cubbae?, Onloo. Turni'ips, NO'W iw of qmdJrs, Neiw flarrJ Orld.is SgrsYvum, U. S. CARSON Groceryman HARTFORD, KY. hwi' retittrnid from Mrs. MonUia IU a vtolt In Owwisboio. Irvinwion Meal and Ftour at W. Alv. Mpona Son'. Meat Mwtot. vlI Dr. CHude ,WU8on, of Kordavlrte.. itegubUftm a pleaaaiyt caU 'fluepday. The " Hav Inflh Driu . jut received a car Wft t el"- - Tjln.l W. .. B. ELVIS, jp PrifMAWiani fnVinca. Pink. Navv and Hunter Deans, ,Homlny.Girapo Flake ami Onus-hieParu, Apples, Omnaes, B.aminas, I.em-qnJuat opened a barrel of ,tnaii good (Pure Bonton Uroiwn Bnaod, Bm.'kMilifut, kind that Eon Cake Flour. New Orleans MoIasses-t- he everybody likes. Oet a jeallon today. hooks iW tovA forty of fcho lat-s- t HAItTKOItD GJtOCEUY QO. addi-to our CArculaiUns Ubroiry, Wlater I take up tha time Is tietn for your rollniT. one detlrlns to Any Ypiura for nvre business, study of snort lwuid and tyipewrilltng 1LKIVH Gdt,QCBltY, should sail or wilte Mrs. A. "Karl .Vn- 'derson, Hartford, for terms' (and In- Adv. Big Con Show at GrMiville. foriiiatlon. Nov. !. Yebterduy areivwlllf, Ky.. I have Installed tlie latest butt an liitflfpry am prepared to was Uie greatest day In tihe making machine and at MtUlifcntarK county. .Between 4.(00 and make all kinds of buttons. Give rnie a YWO ooopie v.re in .tqwn tor th tiool A. 1. NALL, call. fair and corn show of Muhlenberg, and Jtartford, Ky. 14tf. Adv. tibe anrvktieat cntbusltwm (was niainlfeHtl. att HarUqr'l, One ff the day' frvitwv w,m a parade, Mir. ,WViton Miiuxy, of . dl))d JuoiJay inonilinr about t oVlci'k of In whtlch 1,738 chlUren took pa,-liu,l ncm.'ly sutf. pi : fpc com Knowing eulleosy. ille Prlaes were offered sllli,t'ia.t.tact' Of pnAumflnia, awI jnHher-wl- aiinonaT boys, domeath: aclence and maniUii'.U uii.ly ual training. Thj people Pf lUiUi county was In i MonJoy iniar,nln wiifn he mm stricken. ire ov,fwjio)iijnly hi fla,vor otf a manual The renmi'n.i ,wcro laid to i,:nt In Oalc 'urUning untl domeatlc sctenpe course, mood ctviwtTy Wo.lJit.Iaj- uio'inliiK by wll aa agriculture training In th .wi, who, pretend him choobi and 'it J bought the plan 'will the aide of Id ' ! , year. O0. t , ,. , ; r ., ., t- s, se W'-- cured." Cunes burns. bolls, ulcers, cuts, bruises and pHes. 35- Unless itlier,? Is rainfall in tho next cents a,t all druggists. to be disday or two drilling will continued In West Kentucky well No. Notice. 3, for lack of water for bo,'ier ue. All persons having claims against the Tills well Is now down to a depth of estate of W. G. Tbwley, deceased, are about 2"o fret. liereby notified Xp present jU same 'IVie niac'.iln,e.ry for Uqugli m,ver OH prqpe,rly proven to tlve law iflwn of well Jo. 1 Is' nrx Barnes & Smith, at- ,thelr otaoes, In & Gin Company' haliiij Viiload?d n.t Dusips and placed the city of Har,ta"ord, Kentucky, on or In position nn t'e WeJUr farm about heqre Deqqmbcr U, 1912, or they .will thre and one .half mties UiIh lde Htt be fareivcr barred. The woik Is In o'irs of Witness my hand, this November 12; Dundee. qELEST,INR TINSI.EY, Teachers' Meeting Division No 5. M,"TrB. Snyd"r tuul Muiphy, of Illlno's. 1912. Mv- - . Executrix. South Program of tealer'fl Division No. Mr. O. A. Poteel, p. prominent nil Pflini schlliAU( 1912. 5, .Nov. 2J, MeieMns opens 10:W) man qf Hun'incitpn, W. Vt has ba-a. m. looklns ovsr .the holdings of tlvc BAUvr'a Oa'nlng cxercls'. Oil & Gas Company for several The Hclipol as a. SacW Qen.lcr il.'io daj-s- , In company with Mr. It. T. Collin'. ' 13. Itogjb. a member of .Uie Conmany, land iip ex- Ctwirfulivss, li's Rffect on the Puptl pr?i'(l phnsiolf weal pleiaed wiWh ithelr --S. W. Tailor. tiYTi'ory ajid niosprcts for a good oil IleVulop between Home aivl Sa'.iool ftold. Ho wa Joined Monday by four oih-- r an'lemfyi, t'rn MksWean, wflvo Hema'iel Itos. Are willing to sacrifice Story Tielllng and Ita Value jBlanc'.ie are lenipliiyptp of the aine conipany and themselves and their l who ore here to eqcuna leases. IlusirU. children to the preju(OWTrisla.to Haw ,we may Domrflc dice of "what people Scleniee, Awlculturi, anjl ,ilanfial Ti"aln-In- g Mr. Kancll, who has the contract for say." with Uie work of tl)fi regujpr thp Wool put,ttaiir down well No. i tor Kirk. OH Co.. Is In Allen i.wun,ty, Ky., jfiar a The Foolish PrejidRe Against The VS3 of Sa'iool Jouunls In School t,w dajB, looking utter some litt,einMU ssssssssssssaiiiiiiBiMsaiMBaajBajiHBaiHMM Work It. D. there. Alftrr a suspen'qn of a Jew days the Use of Glasses , Teaching Language In Ahe fi'lvef. G.wle work was hesjun again on tine Cox aria Mae Ivach. Bertlia by Mr. Stencil teat ManOay rnornh)? By children witltaUftc-- . Haw nuvy we Squire Library Faculties The .well la dawn laboult 1309 foet, and Bwuih. for Vie Spl'pol-Cha-- hs f'lqw of tive Eyes often remits awing' I) tlie. 'faqt iiwf. a njaw y Ho,w may we'St-'cua Maximum A'- - w.xtfsr .was fncountined, If. ,willl be in the greatest suffer t,indinr,e iKvfirett Sohultx. to again lower t)tt cat'ji. iwjhlch ing sometimes' per--V i "How may ,we '"ouio the .PiireflbV In- - will cause' considerable Uolay and lextja manent disability, of teres In tlie expensp. ether-wislin-Vd. - .worried. A bad sore present produqtion to t,be Stndani Oil on his leg liad baffled several doctors qe dellvieired Qompany, and that It will and long resisted all remedies. "I y by pipe lines to Dukeliurst. ,Th thought it was a cancer," ie .wrote. two tliPJAinl barrels in lvi9 about "At last I used Bucklen's Arnica Salvo, stprage at present. and ,wae completely (W$-pan- tucky Company Wt Kenoontraptcd Its Helps a Judge In Bad Fix Justice Ell Cherry, Tenn., was plamy of Glllls MIIK Bv rtlir MANY PEOPLE - m IloU-rUo- n. Ps--- ss nee-ean- SuhoilT-OioA.fcj- iult. gq-cri- DlvWyi and tv Sfii&V,Va)in-rr- n. one who might in the world. e u apf. . ,.'. M. Lams, of ,WahitaBUan, Pa., In a tew iktye to wpenl Oimpulsory AttrrMi:1 Tttiatduwlvlng wWi his famHy. Mr. (Lane lbMilhi ft Law !iip,t. Leach. lias been hero far aevpnaj nwntlie anl All Ui,9 teoWwrs of tihe county aire la- - ha nc-unaanW viaiuaible Jprr.Vory Mr vMed to AMffid and taikis pant. tUf), wu his qmiPAuy. IncldfaitittRy Mr. iLana la InvWe all the pationa ,tp intend. a mjan of very nkeatuqt tnannpra and he party la lch In tra pas madi). trVMfe with, ajl at our fiepple Upublfcan Tli dition and aYilivfiivirt, but Its lead- - daring hla strvy,?He will llhely he hrtW -, eira In Ki'ntuchy and the njatlon hlunder-e- d during tlie winter. esreglously In mbjugclng thje lg" Great 'affoiiU are' atlU Ujelng fnade of; Uve (Uif.-ll'- Wi Dhfi'pllnp-V. Shjulta. Dam. M. Vwto. Jr. become ;a power J.- - wUl" leave J J. B. TAPPAN Th$ Reliable Jemltr -- and Optician. Hartford, - Ky, lfr. -- V , X FORTY-SI- X MILES OF BOOKS ! YOUNG PRINCES OF INDIA Sur- JUST WHY THE LEAF FALLS As Explained by the Scientists, This la a Comnlex and Intereitlna ' HAVE YOUR SUITS Directory Oiito Covisaty ClrctiM Court-- T. K. Ulrkhcnil. Judge; Ben D. ItlliKO, Attorney; W. l Mlilklff, Jnller; E. G. Durrani, Clerk; K. L. Felix, Mnster Conimlsloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. 11. Uluck. Slur-- I Iff, Jlaxtronl. 1mjuiU(-- s. Kumn, O. lU(iinr Dmn, CI. ', Jumr, Jtuutc fi. Hurt fonl, W. I'. Burp, Itorlnt'. Court con-- 1 cmai flirt MoniLiy in lYliriiury tuul cun tlnm. thru) wvnkn, tliliil Mmuhiy In Ai ril. tun witks, Uilul Jlonilui' In OcMur two Wrt'kf. County Court. !l. It. Wedding. Judge; W. S. Tlnslcy, Clerk, C. K. Smith, At- lorney, iiuriruru. court toiivcncs first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, iUy, August and November. Court of Clolma Convenes flrnt Tuesday In January and first TuttJuy In October. Other County Offlct-rr-C- . S. Moxtley, Sureor, 1'onUvllle, Ky., It. K. D. No. 2; lltrnurd 'clix ,.mt,nr, Hartford. Ky., It. F. No. 2; Hmry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Mlty, Coroner, UuitlorJ. JUSTICES COURTS. 3P a J!ir.(DiYii3.r Attorney at Law Irltlth Museum's Library In Is Greatest the World and Keeps on Growing. Extravagance and Luxury That round the Future Rulers of That Eastern Land. Proceeding. To most people the fall of tho leaves does not, apparently, excite much astonishment or curiosity. The leaves die, and hence fall; that Is all t there is about It. 13 lit the scientist knows that the proceeding Is a highly complex one. In tho first place, begin preparations for the leaf-fal- l j the minute the leaf is formed, and In many cases the leaf falls while yet , I fresh nnd, green. In 17D8 a botanist' j named Duhamel advanced tho theory that the cnango was caused by tho .' runture of a thin texture between the i leaf and the stem. In the middle of tho nineteenth century there was disand covered, traversing the leaf-staltouching the Btem, a layer of cork tissue analogous to that of bark on the tree. It was recognized at once ns interfering with the continuity between stem nnd leaf. The formation of this lnyer. however, Is not general, nnd is not observed in certain ferns. In the beech tree, the poplar nnd many others. Nevertheless, this discovery furnished the key to tho is formphenomenon. The leaf-staled of strata of cellular tissue. One of these strata hardens and tends to being absorbed, and consequently on one side or on both, the other strata The leaf gradually grow together. then adheres to the stem only by fibrous, woody tissue that Is to say, by a tissue to all intents and purposes dead. This is brokeh mechanically on the impulse of the wind or under the pressure of the weight of the stem, and makes the leaf fall. These organs have not In them the strength to sustain the cold during the winter, nnd the tree dispenses with them. Harper's Weekly. I I I k k Cleaned Pressed Otto C. Martin I Many Americana must hate studied as well an wit beneath the prcat dome of the HrltlRh museum, and few of them will fall to remember the courtesies which were nlwnys so generously extended there by D. G. K. Fortescue, the "keeper of printed books." The retirement of thnt official, years of service, after forty-twfocuses new attention upon what has been called the greatest library in the world. When Panizzl took charge of the museum In 1837, it had a collection of 2G0.O00 volumes, nil of them badly arranged and poorly catalogued "When he rellnguished his charge, thirty years later, order had been brought out of the chaos, nnd there 1,600,000 books in the library. Doctor Fortescue succeeded him in J79, and since thnt time the contents xf the museum have grown by leaps .and bounds. It now holds about volumes, arranged on shelves which, if put end to end, would stretch a distance of '46 miles, with the num-be- r Increasing at the rate of 50,000 Volumes a year. In 1880 work was begun on the. great catalog, and there are now 980 (volumes of it, from 15 to 20 being .added every year. A complete set of these printed lists and they have (not yet been brought up to date costs nearly $500. It is an interesting .fact that this mighty collection of (books Is the youngest of the great libraries of Europe, and began with-.oany regular income. Boston iHerald. o A sketch In St. Nicholas tells American boys nnd girls, under the title of "His Highness the Young Rajah," ut about the lives of some of the future rulers of India. . "It is almost impossible for an American boy or girl to, imng!n6 tho extravagance and luxury that surround some of these young princes," snys Mabel Alberta Splccr, author of the sketch. "Servants nttend them night and day, fan them, dress them nnd obey their slightest wish. If a wind stirs while they sleep, curtains are drawn that they may not bo disturbed. When they drive out, a mounted escort accompanies them, nnd all the peoplo salaam as they pass. Once, when taking tea with n rajah In his garden, I was amused to notice that, as he moved about among his guests, a servant followed carrying a cup which he kept always within reach of his master's hand. The rajah would take a sip of tea, and with perfect unconcern set his cup down in mid air. With unfailing dexterity the saucer was placed under It by the servant in time to avoid accident. One prince had, suspended from the celling, a silver couch which, was kept gently swaying while he slept or read. Another had a beautid arbor where artificial ful rain was made to fall, while the nabob sat under a marble canopy in the center, cool and refreshed, with the rest of the world broiling about him." vine-covere- Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing V. M. C. A. 1ILDG., ' HAJITFORD, KY. Will practice t!s iroflon In Uila and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal l'mulcv a Spoclnlty. I Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. y Smith Glill), l. Miaww. W. II. Biinye ncd C. B. Sniluh announce Uiat U:.-- luivo .form-- a irtniviU'.ji far tlio tjniJi'ml proc-tilc- e oX law, oxcart cnlminnl and llwr cahcb, Jlr. Smith blng C'onivJy MXor-if.v- y la rjvion.td from jiractilcim; euch ccujuh. Mr. Ifcirius will likiUvldually I HARTFORD, KY. aocyt s'jcii proctloa Hurtford K- OIflru la Kart-tor- d, - Uopubllcon building, B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after .irU Monday In iliucli, Tueaduy uf- fs 3rd Mfiniluti lit litti Tii.iu.i. ..!.. 3rd A'onduy in Sejitcmbtr, TucUny GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & tu wuiiuu; r . J. F.GILLESPIE Proprietors Jrd Albiiduy 3rd Monday in Sepumbcr. WcUnesduy . of tut 'tr.t nr,.l. I.. HARTFORD, - KT. John VI MIlstH I;n.u.,,t ...i, i Jfil Alntiilu r l Will practice his profession In all the Jrd Monday In June, ttttvr 3rd Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, i alter jru and In the Court of Appeals. Also No Monday In LVteinber. .......... tary Public Office over First National J. I?. lfielf urn. I .... after 3rd Monday In Mnrtli. Saturday f Bank.. ter 3rd Monduy In June, Saturday utter ird .Monduy In September, Saturday at- -- . iu Cromwell. WvdtWay '"inivrvniiuvdWrdtu'mluy June, aftr after utter Attorney at Law YANCYL.MOSLEY, niwr, ... PLANNING AID FOR THE DEAF German Society Asks That Special Consideration Be Shown Persons Hard of Hearing. in Germany whose hearing is defective is a statement that was made at the first convention of the (Soclety for the Protection of the Deaf, which was organized a few weeks ago. Franz presided at Bronner, an architect, the convention, which was made up of 100 delegates. The resolutions adopted declared that persons who are hard of hearing needed more consideration than is usually accorded to them. It was decided to approach theater, opera and concert managers with the request to allot particularly good seats to those who by producing a membership card of the society could show that their hearing was defective; also that telephone apparatus should be attached to the seats. Railroad officials are to be asked to show deaf people- - special consideration, and a fund is to be started to provide aural Instruments for those who cannot afford to buy them. tGOATS WILL PROTECT SHEEP "" 'Ptnnsylvanlan Keeps Two Angoras to Drive Away Panthers and Other Animals of Prey. In order to frustrate an attack on fcie flock of sheep by a catamount, or anther, David Glover of near Haney-VUl-e has purchased two Angora goats. The pugnacity of these goats is such .that no animal of prey dare attempt ito despoil a flock. The sheep raisers of that wild sec- have suffered severe losses to Son flocks of late years since the big increase in black bears and catamount, and now with a real panther la the neighborhood it became neces-Jtu- y to do something desperate. Mr. Xllover hit upon the Angora goat idea, Jand Jt seems to have settled the problem. The goats are masters of all Ahejr survey, all right, even the men olk fighting shy of getting too close o the sturdy creatures. At this season, of the year the sheep are on the Mild ranges. Other sheep raisers are Matching Mr. Glover's experiment Philadelphia North American. I 6 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK Jid Mon.uv ilo nt, M. (?. fmtLf If.... ........ !....- - . Monday In Murih. .. TuorJuyM. ' v in r. mi iii iiiiu i Ai- . . ari.V ThdlllJt,, 77 rj:"r.',u.u"r """ . ll vi.uh, ufler -zna ari? J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. 8 -- lr ... mi itcunt-Aiiu- That there are 500,000 persons LURING THEIR PET PUSSY MESS i liXS. M?"!" .v. u,u uuuuuy 2nd er .iiu .uonuuy in .May. Ohio County A" roveni- - How Two London Ladles Persuaded tr.i nTri:Kli,h--JAlm'i, . the Persian Cat to Descend From a Tree. i: f! n S t Cement Gun. There Is a cement gun which is Bsed to apply a mortar covering to structural steel work. A mixture of dry sand and cement is shot from a uoixle by compressed air. A second jboee delivers to the same nozzle a supply of water under pressure, and the mixture of sand, cement, and water is shot out with a velocity of about three hundred and fifty feet per second. The nozzle Is arranged to produce a thorough wetting of the As the mixture strikes the aurface to be covered the coarse sand rebound until the fine cement which adheres immediately, a plastic base In which particles become embedded. t. covering of required thickness is tben rapidly built up. One of these guns has been used in 'the Panama canal in covering the ides of the Culebra cut with cement Jto prevent the unstable earth from eliding into the canal. Harper's iWeekly. ma-teria- L Pins As to Spelling. Pictures In Education. The use of moving pictures in education has had a real impetus In German official circles, according to Information recently received at the United States bureau of education. The Prussian ministry of education is considering the feasibility of employing certain cinematograph films In courses in higher educational institutions. A number of film manufacturers are having an opportunity to show what films they have that are adapted to educational purposes. A philanthropist has recently given two fully equipped movlng-plcturmachines to the schools of Berlin. One Is to be used in the continuation institute for higher teachers and the other in the high schools of Greater Berlin. Moving-picturfilms are now available In Germany for anatomical, biological and bacteriological courses. The manufacturers are confident that an enormous field for their products will be opened up when educators realize tho value of moving-picture- s in education. Moving o e I was coming home rather late from the theater the other night, says Robin Goodfellow, and all was quiet as I walked down beneath the trees in our modest suburban road. Then, quite suddenly, I came upon a romantic little scene in the front garden of one of the most respectable of the villas. Reneath two tall trees a fire of sticks 'had been lighted, and over It bent the shivering forms of two young ladies in evening dress. I noticed, to my surprise, that one of the ladles had a frying pan in her hands, and an appetizing smell of bacon rose Into the air. I wondered whether these two products of city civilization were playing at the simple life; but the next day I found the Incident had a more prosaic ex-- ; planatlon. The favorite Persian cat had been missed during the evening, and at length had been located In the upper boughs of one of the trees. All blandishments failed to persuade her to come down, and yet her owners refused to lock her out for the night. At last they remembered that she would always make her way Into the kitchen In the morning and sit sniffing at the frizzling bacon, and they decided to fry some bacon at the bottom of. the tree to attract her. I believe that after half an hour over the fire the ruse succeeded, at the cost of two bad colds. London Telegraph. One of Two Things. A woman fell ill, so tho story Is told, Horseshoeing ' a Specialty. Hartford, Ky. Mo'mlv r ,.- I -l nd t & ".." tr. t0;" 2 " 1."."r.""y muri.uuy . y aner tion. " cr All t xi ""! e r 2nd ,"?,pn' .f'-Jniuujr uiier am uun .r . ' ?J' HAIITFORD POUCE COURT. ... O. t Prn... 1...1 Aormy. J. y. SttNens. Marshal "CCO"U "' 'acli month. itCn.yCmU,,c,1rJ WUIIams, Mayor. Clerk; E. I'. Tlvomiji, urtr. Members of Oouiicll- -1 tobcrt TrVal iltMiv- I. Moore Coor. W. J. UcoA. .1,Tr.U,'t"- nutt. Chulr. ?' J,..wv,1V"or Stcretury, W. B' "' I'enJ,-lo. " Lowe?' fr an cough kill the LUNGS CURE Dr. King's New Discovery WITH ' " "y SEEDS MOUNTS SEEM SUCCOBi Church South-SerI- cea nionrlng erjr third 5 day In each month. iirsi ana School SunSunday I'riiVM-- . tnuiHH.. ... . .... a. m. Jay evcnlru,-- . T. V. KELiaiOUS SERV1CE& R 1ANSALL THROAT AND LUIMTMUflES. QTJAMAXTEMD BATXSFAOXOXTf OK XOM XT JtXFUHOXD. Xaw.ButaN. 'Mate Ton our MfiaaMnt cuitomer. make SPECIAL OFFER:will A trial IM to-da- y; ?"'nrttn,U, Ucptlst cnurch-Scnl- Ke. ces . evnt"e- -. eviJy 'unduy Write i tsemr UlbSDMtTfral.TIp1IMUdaUa,(lMtTUM- scASUNTxea to pucase. PTlKCfllfttrW nVIday weninST i lhrtKffnn Pl.i.i.t t Tl at mTd'V p. SjTnd-T- "" . Sunday School "B !Very Wed- .. . TSTiSZIg Mention thla Paper. 4 rawiw Ul C sn1?. I. mc''"', Chun MWtMAMMWMMMAAMVI 10 SENDpMkltuj CENTS kH.W. U 8:45. Services first Sunday In - m. und 7 p. m SOCIETIES. vaajmmmr wiw l eoiMClMB ai mammm ft itmracHTfJa rimn WW 141 tOMI fJkS JHW WWHSJ M MMBMU, nttiuiii bcttct, "IgHMICHLi aHiNia, t t1b1U aw nig i SECRET Hartford Lodj,-e-- No. m. F. A. M.. meets first and third Monday each month. Owen Hunter, W. &., 12 I. Secretary. Keystone Chupter Nd. 110, meets every third Saturduy R. t A. M. nlu-hIn U0Ore "WlU'rleat W s'TlnVilv",1; V. Hurtford Chupter No. M, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S.. even' Electric Bitters FOR KIDNEYsLIVER AND STOMACH TRQUILE I fc Succeed when everything, cite folia. In nervoua proauatioo and female wealcneacea they are the supreme remedy, aa thousands have testified. THE NEW 8EVVINQ MACHINE OF QUALITY. ft IV , Consolation for people whose spelling Jb faulty was contained in the address delivered recently by Sir JamcB Donaldson, principal of St. Andrews' University, to the education section of fho British ussoc'atlon in Dundee. .Nothing like our spelling existed he snld. Other nations had jphonetic spelling, hut we were terribly behind other nations. "We are flaves of the printers. It we do not pell according to them, they change VS over and over again and there Is io redress." The right way for teach- rs was not to regard spelling as a valuable exorcise at all. Everyone should be allowed to spell as they liked, Just as Shakespeare did, just as our ancestors did, and just as many parents of the present day would like jtaeir children to learn. Wireless on King's Auto. A deputation from the Spanish Wireless Telegraph company recently waited oa King Alfonso to beg him to accept a magnificent motor car to which is attached a very perfect and coaaplete apparatus of wireless installation that will enable him to with any one he pleases wherever be may be by means of radio-telegraph- any-wher- e, Floating Farms of China. Like tho wood merchants of northern Russia, who carry their wood on great rafts to Kazan, and Astrakhan, the farmers of tho upper and central regions along tho Nljnl-NovgoroYang-ste-KIan- g The king accepted the gift with examined the car and apparatus with great Interest and began to use t, wafting congratulations to Premier Canalejas on the Xrtti of a little daughter that day. (Me I see the papers say tha are going to abut up the bucket shops. He Tea; that'a so. 0he What a aaean thing to do Jast .akM tall boussalasnlBi la.dua..! It immediately, In a red sweater, said: "The late General Dooth had a host of temperance stories some to make' you weep, some to make you smile. "Of he latter sort was a story about a little boy who entered a saloon, placed a pitcher on the bar. and demanded a quart of beer. Oscar to Emulate Carnegie. " 'I can't sell you a quart of beer Where Andrew Carnegie has given library buildings and books I shall said the bartender. 'You're too young. build opera house and give music. Tell your mother she'll have to come Mine Is the greater work. I shall for It herself.' , "'It ain't for mother,' said. the littla give pleasure and build character and make of the world of my children's boy. 'It's for father and he's a children a better place in which to teetotaler and don't want mother to live. While Mr. Carnegie and Mr. know.'" Rockefeller are tiring of their idle Free Shaving. wealth, I am giving the public someTwo local hairdressers having dething (hat is a part of myself. I am giving my mind and my very life. clined to advance the price of a shave They give directly in the form of from a peany to three halfpence the money; I give indirectly in the form Walsall branch of the Federation of of my knowledge, my experience, and Hairdressers has decided to open free my talents genius, if you will, for. shavlnf saloons as sear as possible the two barbers' shops. Other hair-- ' I bare it. From my esTorts coma and. prosperity for others. Cer- dressers who may suf er financial loss' tainly I am doing a better work than froas tho free saloons will be oosapea- ijg, tjtjtyJtrt.gariaja.ar,.,Hr Ron, hap-plBe- ering as much as two acres of surface, and on tho rafts they establish farms whore produce grows. On these great floating farms are habitations for tho men and stables for the animals, pigpens, and storehouses well stocked with provisions. The voyage to market is often one thousand miles, and to employ their time on the slow journey the dwellers on the rafts make baskets and many objects of household use. Arrived at their destination, they sell their produce, take apart and sell the rafts, and return to their homes by the ways used by ordinary travelers. Harper'a Weekly. feed-barn- construct rafts cov- and for the first time in his life her husband had to work. It devolved NOT upon him to nurse the invalid, look SOLD after a largo family of chlldrrav milk the cow, feed the pig, UNDER ANY cook the meals, and tend a straggly half-acr- e OTHER of corn. At the end of ten NAME. days of these frightful labors he staggered down to tho general store at the forks of the road and fell at the WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. doorway In an exhausted heap. Tho If you purchase tho NKW JIOMK yon will storekeeper came out and said: lntvo a life asset at tlio price you jny, und will "Halloa, Anse, how'a yore wife?" not have on endless chain of repairs. "She ain't no belter," moaned the y.. M si t.,?':: husband. "I paid out a whole four Quality bits fer a bottle of bitters fer her, but good, Considered it seems like hit don't do her no I'm plumb wore out!" k is the He paused a moment and sighed deeply. Cheapest "Sometimes," he said, "I git to tathe end wisbln' the old woman would git well or Bometbln'!" London to buy. tow-heade- d i Tit-Bit- HOME Anderson, W. M. Mias Lizzie Miller Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110. Knights of w '.'""li mV'.U KeTy J Tuihduy nlghL Nty loater.1. C" ' of'R. & S Hartlord Tent No. W. K. O. T. M.. m.c?t"every tlTtl an third Thursday nljlit . II. Oillcspie, Coniinunder, L, toreman. Record Keeper. Sunshine HIvo No. 42, L. O T M meets every first and third Friday night in each month. Mrs. Attyo CIrlffln.Lady Commander; Mrs. Luia I'endleton. Lady Record Keeper. Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets accoLU and fourth Friday night In each n.ontl! w. c. Waltac. Nobel Grand 'Ohio Riley Secietuiy. Tribe No. m. Imp. Order Red M..b ia the best medidne ever mM over a druggist's counter. i. Very Serious It la a very serious matter to ask tor one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For thla reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine M '. each Immth. i:i BUCK-CAUGH- T A' B' u,l,e of Records4. Hartford Cump, AV. O. W. No. 202 Liver Medicine vry inu.V1 ,uni1 lourth H.iturday , ,jiuiiiu. coiiHiu v ' WllUains: Clerk, w.c- l! Theretnitatlonnftht n14 .whh -r Die mcaicine, icr constipation, inI'roston Morton Post No. 4, G. A. R.. digestion and liver trouble, is firmI?lda,i re.su,'.ar "'"'KB Satunluy before ly established. It does nnt lmltt SSi'mm. Mnuy In eachJ- M- Rogeri. other medicines. It is better than ' Commander5 - tm- "-,. ommaii-:r''r.".,nas -- ,!ieie.ta ,Btconil1 "nd fourth Wednta-da- y ... uSMUV8 J?? Woodmen of tho On the, Sly. A Salvation army officer, brilliant ear latest If you want a sewing machine, write for catalogue before you purchase. mt The New Home Sewing Mactuw Co, Orange, Mass. M' A,ra' " uV'Pcndloton. ae.k.-Sunshine Hlvo No. 42 L, O. T. M.. nwole cory first and tihlrfl J'rt.Uy nlgl in each mouth. Airs. Att GnlffJn, Lady Conunandtr; Mra. H. E. Mlaolik". LkUly Record Keupr, Rough River Itdce No. no Wn...i,tn of Py.tbias, nwts ovea-- TujowUiy nfelit. u. l.. Tuytior. C. J. Ney Fwtw. K. of R. & s. ' U""' others, or it would not be the fa- -' vorita liver niuMr wftti a fi. Bale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F3 a, MYALL'S MAGAZINC ve Meaey and Keep Style wj Reaikg McCsll's Magaiiae ami Utwg McCall Patteru McCa'sMstsilainlll Ladies! sss k B. Experience not needWant an active man In this locality. ua to your friends. We pay To Introduce National Offlcerst President-M.- F. largest cash benefits when sIcK, Injured, Sharp Narrews, Ky. Vice Preaideat J. M. Woods. and at death, for smallest cost. Secretary-Treaiurer-s Kuaip, Inand offer to first applicant from thla place. Write quick for dianapolis, Ind. State Officera: particulars. H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Prea. 833, Covington, Kr. T. T. Uarrett, Henderson county Vice THE President. S. k). Robertson, McLean county, For your spare ed. 30.00 TO f time 100.00 A MONTH . 8. help you dicst nl-ll.- l ul a muderaio i'iK!nsuby koopluu uu iio si id on tlio Ir.lcn lu i 111 on 5 in !nl!fP5 snil bat'i. 60 (ill ril IminA slid tur. miiiuI iimiU'is. duly Cash-Bonu- t. 1'aililiiu Desicns In caih Ifcsuo. Mio A nlii.ililo Infurinttlou Nc Sec.-Trea- s. I AM cows need PREPARED To do any kind of Veterina- ry work. Horses, mules and not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organiser. C. C. AUen. Henry county, and Lat-U- o Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organisers. Board of Director. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. U. Baraett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; R. E. 1. Ray. Hardin county, and J. h linu Muhlenberg county. urn coumy orticers: H. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pans.Ky. Henry Pirtle, Bee. Hartford, Ky. V. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. O. a year Includlntr. n ftoo i litem. Sub tvai saamasaa itnlio today or scud MrmlHi aaajasusasssasasjassi lor frco tauitilo ennr. McCiH Fsltnai will rnnble jrou to mnke In your own liimie. Willi yoiron it timid i InUilucfor yourself and clilliltrn KrhUli mil boiierfert In style surt (It. 1'rlie lkmio lilehcr th9a 14 rents bcud for frco I'alkcru CuuIokuo. . Wc Wl Qrt Tm Fim fnsNto for retting tub-sciiptions anions your rrlrnrts. Sijid for free' HH! m KcUU I'rcmium ( atalosuo mil faiti l'ruu OfTcr. OatlM, 239 Is 7M VS J7 St. HM INK BOOUCEEPING W. H. Vtt RILEY COUNTT BOARD OF BDUCATION. Heary Leach, ChUrmaa. HartforaMCy. L L..B. Tlchanor. Hartford. H. F. D. . B. TELEGRAPHY awl m - . isi jm TO MOTHER EARTH A Complete Answar to the Query, "Who Ordained Him?" What Corn and'Polato Clubs Do For the Boys. in iiso lor out ,IO yiNiM, litis U&&rflgjg, nTnf.rTflu liornotho sljrnuttiro o( " 8"Iervlsl.,n hIiico its Infancy. ,low nml ,m.0,l ".Tust-as-iroo- GROWTH OF THE MOVEMENT. The Whole Subjeet Clarified For the Public Benefit Clergy and Laity Unccriptural Term. to derelvo you in this. d nro lint BSppsaLJL Jefferson County Lend With Its Magnificent Gardening Land How William Frey Grew Eighty-eigh- t Bushels h of Potatoes on of an Acre. One-fourt- Albany, N. Nov. 17. Y., alll As UsIsSbbW Hfl nit porlt !, JroM nml HiNithliiir Nyriiii. It in pleasant. It .... r.. cont: :irn neither Onluiii. Mnrnliims ,.,,. Mibsti nice. Its nir is Its iruuruitOn. if iIi.up.'.v v.. ..... nntl allays Fcvcrl.sliness. I'or inoro tliau thirty years it i iia.i ia constant 11 u lor tlio ii or r ,..,.,; riatiilnicy, Wind Coll.., all Teething Tro Wm a DlnrrliaM. It roirulatiw ilm kim.m.,...'. ,..i .. 1. niM-i1 Cnsforl.a in What is CASTORIA a harmless snbstitnto for Cntnv t. Orntlunlly I bo thinking aclioot people nru Ik'kIhiiIiik to moo nixt understand flint If tlm pa re n tH will not so to tlie school the school mutt go to the tiouie jtnl make Itself felt, Notlilnir has helped mora lu this movement bVbbbbK JL GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (&&&C&U The Kind You Have Always Bought In Us THC CtNTAUW than the hoys' cum and potato clubs In this and iniiny other states. The tremendous growth of the movement la due largely to n rational use of the children a enthusiasm and desire TO DO SOMETHING THEMSELVES. IN PLEAHUHE ACHIEVEMENT COMES KHOM DOING IT YOUIt-- ' SELF, and pleasure In achievement Is the largest factor In human life. William and Walter Frey live about eight miles from Louisville In a splen-did farming and gardening section of Jefferson county. When your reporter 1 (PASIOK. kUSEtD For Over CQMAWT. TT MUWHAT STftCCT. 30 HM YOAH Years CITY. POSITIONS for our graduates. GUARANTEED GUARANTEE position ir you need many moro WE will us roal soon. Woyou aenormous demand ut onco to supply tho nuniborortudoutd this offer will write at onco lor particulars. As soon as we got the required be withdrawn, ao A GOOD SHOCK. v&y BUSINESS COLLEGE OBO. V. HCHWAHT7. rMiictrAU KTAnr.t"iir.n ino tXUISVIE.t.E. KY. Buckbce's "Full ol Life" Northern Grot) cdierrcil Seeds hae a refutation o( iSvntsai successful seeJ growing behind tbca. It pa)i t olant the best. Seasonable Specialties SEEDS E3I2AN8 Si-'- New Early Grailus . Is 50 Bushel Honford'a Market Garden . I j.jo Bushel BucLbec'i Lightning Express Jj od Bushel Lettuce. kUsUsfc. Tosaato and a full line ol Seeils. 1'lantsatia Buiosat lowest sTowins; prices. S:nd lor complete catalogue or submit a lut of our requirements ana win quoic pruem. Buy direct from the erowtr Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. Earllen Red Valentine . . $J 50 Bushel . bushel Kelucee Ktra Early Nj Mrlnjtless Green Pol . lj.70 lluthel Imp. Kidney Wax $4,50 Bushel New White Wax . . I4.7S Bushel Curnc's Kujt I'rool Wax . ft jo Biuhd PEAS Extra Hatty Alaska . . . ft, jo Bushel Ijjnjra Anrnn lenilng a sketch and description may quickly ascertain mtr opiulnti free whether an liiTititlon tsprotmbly patsntiihlfl. Conttniiiiicn tliiiisntrictlyronndeiitlal. H1NDB0H onVatenti sent tree, oldest iisency for securlnc patents. I'utriils taken through Mumi A Co. rtcslra tixrMI notice, without charge. In the OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Iiis Traoc Marks Desiqms Copyhiqhts Ac ... Scientific JUnerkaii. handsomeli Illustrated weekly. iJtrxMt ctr. culatlon of any arlentldo Journal. 1 arms. 13 a A IWRacibetSt., IXlfort Serf Ptfsti. RKirsri.nl H. W. BUCKBEE SUHHtlCo.3V8MrsNewYQrk visited tlietn on Saturday. 2d of No- veinlior, he found them busy storing "second croj)" potatoes for the winter market. William the older brother, grew of an acre of potatoes this He Iiarvestcd eighty-eigh- t Ro.'ison. 'bushels of splendid tubers ou the plot. hen he was asked about the crop and Its cultivation, he said: "Yes, that yield was some bettor than mn-- .t of the nelghliors around hero. You see. eighty-eigbushels on my little piece la the same as 117 barrels to .the acre. Of course I did some things the neighbors didn't do, because I did all of my work from the directions the government sent me. Every- body plows manure under when they break the ground In the spring, but 1 used my two big wagon loads of rotted manure for a top dressln' after my potatoes were In the ground. "The folks that came over here said my potatoes were darker green than any of the others In the neighborhood, an' we all saw that the vines were mighty heavy an' fine. I went over the patch three times with a fourteen tooth one-fourt- h ht lABSkl.WI McCALL PATTEKNS Celebrated lor style, perlect M, simplicity sua . rllH.fiil l.wii In lti irilllnl Kf,ti t.l t f Caniil, or by mail direct. Mora sold than Send lor tree catalogue, any ether nuke. MeCALL'S MAGAZINE t WW Mote subscribers than any olbei (asMna migailne million a montlu Intaluable. LaU est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing, iancy needlework, hairdressing, etiquette, cood stories, etc. Only U) cents a jrcar(nnrtli double), IncludlnR- - a free pattesn. babscr.'fe today, or send lor sample copy. prompclr obuinsd la s ofacala ffATCNTB altcounUK'.urno feu. thsm ttwrooitily, at eur THAT PA'S, adrenis ciMns, and uulp you to success. Send rnodsl. (ihoto or sketch for FRCC report on patentability. years' practice. BUR. RAtaiNO RIFCnCNCC. rorfrseUukU and TRAOC.MARKB Book on Protltuhlo 1'atcnts write to 03.I0B Sovssnth Stresot. WASHINGTON, O. O. iSPMlkSaBBli iMJaVi3BSkZSislBsssBasCa rVrT1aB3AnK4K'!VaBBBS3flBss9B WILLIAM FBXT AND BIS POTATOES. rBlllHaH1 I ( Wonderful inducements Postal brings premium InAcents, HcCAU. caUlojrue Bl'CKBEB'S BULBS SVCCEEDP BULBS' and new cash prise oilcra. Address iiu co. Esi:aw.ruisi NEW VOBK I I l.i. ..I iiir I I ' SauTenlr ColUetloaiKftSlSaJSLl FI.FJLwU LsMuufisl twcui urap. llrMUt. FMtsUr lliy otatt. tftrlu IU.U, feu, trul.ft JrU, Mllai, ,44trilt. 1 ( ELwwu,sMw4rCrtHt.L"hVTvlt. PaU mip, wm.im In MtMUtw. vrvia Tiip,rnM DvitJ 9jaUtLl i 4 fatlM Tulip, UlkllA. rtwia. I 1 trial torpor. HatNf action ttuAjanteed or your ' mnnBTrcfundod. cu- r SPECIAL ' HaiJawiltamake you a OFFER'. A - 1 bmlld New llntleeH permanent " " lasTullfii. A ivpjiiuu,viu, lm .rrteo.lior to ouUlo nIcou, pj ALL WMMR trl ,. WriteJ . to-d- UANTKEB Tft PlCAIR Mention thl Atpav t-,sf glWllo a . rl. t j nu--J- ,l I "TVT Mtjtkff aanl 7T-I TJO Patent nd ifrlgmnt PrMlIe Exelwltly. r 11 riiu or como wuim Ilikta Btnst, mssr trans IUUs ?sts WAllvnuTon. u. u. W "'" tr lifc V iIm Idl, I lH.fa ttm ofaaarti(mwiiUU ClWtU 1 I , a I)U'MIIIUon, anuajajnasaw ivaw tt MU " eassiesj. M .lUlU ll tMcilne-- lik twMltt lllualMta.1 kl .S... iwiUalMXHHla't''tVa. Tall aU atwt s tltl tat BmI i Agftba- - Tali 1 ui in n. u D..MLUa miwiwvv MawosraiT- .socktoko, ill. HwtauMtr. . . ),-- Tl a tc . 'dSJXSEC . tNUSt(AU ,i"m J ? '2s7fJtoter - S, e .i stft i Jfrf.'J'J 2f .tr.t I..-SifVrwri. i t. ..'..saW A1 cultivator, an' I was careful not to let it cut deeper thau two Inches. " After that I gave it two worklu'a with a Ave tooth cultivator. "Yes, my potatoes will get the first prize this year lu this county. It'll make the quarter of an acre pay mighty well, because it's $50 lu gold." Walter Frey, the younger brother, has an acre of corn lu the coutest, but it bad not bee'u husked when your correspondent visited the farm early In November. The ground showed that careful work had been done during the umuier, and the eighteen huge shocks that stood upon the acre gave promise of a large yield. "1 planted the Boone County White that the state furnished us boys," lie said la answer to my questions, "but I ouly got about half' a stand of com, so I had to use some of our own Hoono County for replanting the acre. Of course a bad stand is a mighty poor start In a corn contest. Next time 1 am Eolu' to test tho seed, so as to be sure about my stand. "Yes, I used a lot of manure on that acre. Before I plowed it this spring 1 scattered four big loads of manure so I could turn It under. "I wns goln' to do more plowln' an' cultlvutlu' than anybody arouud here this year, but a big windstorm tangled It so 1 had to quit early. I did cultivate It. four times an' didn't stir the ground more ttiuu two Inches deep. The directions for corn makes that a mighty itroug polut.," the "Religious Ilambler." Ellis claims that Pastor Russell's ordination as Pastor Is fraudulent. The address shows that Pastor Russell fully understands the situation. He fully Justified his position before his vast audience and showed up the "Rambler" editor la the unenviable light of either being ignorant of the subjects discussed, or , attempting to deceive the public. Ills test was, "Not of men, neither by man, i but by Jesus Christ, nud God the Fa ther, who raised Him from the dead" (Gal. i, 1). He sald- :The time has come for telling the people what the Itlhlo teaches respecting ordination to teach and preach. The doctrine of Apostolic Succession started in the second century A. D. The lilshopx claimed that they had the same authority that Jesus gave to the twelve Apostles. Upon this claim they ordained the Inferior clergy. This principle Is wholly unserlptural. According to the Kiltie, the Church of Christ Is not composed of two parts, clergy and laity. Jesus declared. "All yo are brethren; One Is your Master. Christ." St. Paul shows that In the early Church the lplulsters were the servants of the (lock. They were of the people, chosen by them by the stretching forth of the hnntl. I Many of the reformers coveted the titles accorded the Catholic clergy. They did not care to toil the cougre: gation that Its word was supreme, and that Us ministers were merely itskserr- nuts. Others, realizing that these titles were unserlptural, declined to use them; preferring to be called pastor. My Bible Student associates, knowing my objection to the title "Reverend," address me as Pastor. I am the elected Pastor of the Brooklyn Tabernacle congregation, and also of the London Tabernacle congregation, and I fall to see ground for criticism In this respect nor do I attack Christian brethren who accept other and unserlptural titles. , Mutt Pastora Be Ordained? I Ordination is necessary to the office of pastor. 1 he question Is, What constitutes nn ordination to preach amongst the people of God? This question has received various answers.. The Roman, Anglican and Greek "Qhurches, claiming Apostolic Succession, declare that authorization to preach must come through their apostle-bishopand have not allowed Protestant ministers to enter their pulpits until the Episcopalians, about n year ago granted this concession. Of course, if their proposition, were correct, I am Just as much unordalned as all other Protestant ministers and no more so. Each denomination at its beginning was opposed by all others; yet each taught that the clergy were separate from the laity. Only since tho organization of the Evangelical Alliance (184(1) have the different sects of Christendom acknowledged each other's ordinations.. Each denomination makes use of such ceremonies as It deems proper. If, therefore, the congregation of Christian believers in Brooklyn and London ordain or np point me as their pastor. It Is their own choice what ceremonies, "If any. hhall accompany that ordination. Who can dispute this? No Protestant denomination, surely; for their own are on this very basis. The subject of ordination seems to have fallen into confusion during the Dark Ages. St. Paul particularly emphasizes the fact that he did not receive his commission as preacher and Apostle of Christ from his brother Apostles, but by Dlvlue authorization. This Is the Scriptural principle o Ordination to the ministry of Christ. No denomination claims that the ordination of Its ministers either mado or kept them perfect. All admit that there have been sad failures amongst their ordained ministers. Neither would they claim that ordination has given their ministers superior discernment of Divine Truths. On tho contrary. It has injured the clergy by making many of them domineering and lordly, contrary to the spirit and teachings of Christ nud the Apostles; and tho laity by leading them to conclude that merely secular matters should engage their attention. The True Ordination, Finally the Pastor showed the true ordination to bo the Impiirtatlou of the Holy Spirit Whoever receives this has God's authority to be Ills ambassador and mouthpiece. Such show tho work, of the Holy Spirit regenerating their minds nud hearts, giving them-- , insight into the Scriptures, and enabling them to be God's mouthpieces, ministers of Ills Truth. I I underly-lng'DIvIn- I ways, I'.istor Ittis-segot the crowds today. We report li.ls discourse on Ministerial Ordination mid Titles. Very evidently It Is a reply to an attack recently made upon him by a Mr. W. T. Kills, field editor of The Con. tlncnl, and alias, 03 uy, fi:a 030.157 fsct, collect tho invlrible terms of diteaset. facta o.j.-- our food t:t:d pSsor.-- i tis with typhoid n.iJ cholera. 1 ho mosquito fTMII Su bits injects ttit.j cur vcltu milaria end e!lotv (ovi The bacteria ol cotiamntv !cn, or grip, rro cvaryw'-.cri- s present tor ut to hrsnlho Into our Inn Tha Maaoi which uuwi through our vsint and arteries It our protection. It should conttJss :clti:y rsu nuu whito blood corpuscles capable of warding off theie dtactMsy dcrrni. Dr. Pitrci'a Golden Medical Discover is a hlood medicine and altentirf wade cnti-cl- y without alcohol, a pure ji'ycsrio extract of Moodroot, golden MaJt Cretin jjr-root, qusen's root, mandrake ar.d utonc root, which hit enjoyed flood rcputatio.1 for over forty ycart. TWXHtitiyiitut it- .Vfiusnee of. Ihit extract fa like Nature't fa(tucntfeutlia Mood is tuthed ia tlto tor.10 which (Jives life to tho blood fh and their increased x'li' fircs 'ho ko'ly '1um VI id MrtLi uX J -nativity consumes tho titbue niM):3;i wh.Ji lut to during the winter. Ahont fort r.-.-n pro wliilo In NVwaik, Nc-- Jent. I had chlUa r.nd fever," writes Ma. MtcilACt. MAntttnc. of Mdltary Home, I wrnt hi I.ans. City in the ssrinst of 1877 tho chills ani fevt'r rcVirr.cc I. tnnl fikllol to do mn rood, llnally I saw Dr. Piorrc's !ol Ion Jfcdicnl advortljal. I toolr .no bottlo of it end the ch'lli vrnMml. In about n year afterward I felt them comlnff bark ao I jrot another bottlj nnd hav hal nny of lewror furua tlnc!. That innMortwcrtyyvarsapn, lor I had Jio chills nliout ttuho yars beforu I cUrU-- tu Ukj ,Cok!.,a IIvJIcol ItiscoM'ry.' " i. pa ,--v- t,- it L '". J J' v Nntl-ia.i- l Ko-ni- s n-- s sym.-ito-n- He. Piirce'a Plan.za1 Ptttet-- ere for tJver Stls. 3 JAMES & CO., PIrst Class LiverymaH Centertown, Kentucky. 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Try It. t .a Arlvtanrt nnt for Special Instructions, and rhitHtwii Mr did nt frv rtiattanoozi. Term.. book, "Home Treatment lor Women." sent Ut,t. 51 'it L.5 :..W.1 i& hs k i i Constipation and Catarrh BBBbIbBBBBBBBBbF of a 1 v imlsilnvnrir .til lie r.i'X n.rd flncil In u ' '' IBBBBbI iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBw. z. i BBl bHHbbbbbbbbbbhHbW bbbbb9Rbbbb9EbV tfi4sifpt y IHBEBRSt BSIBh HHHBHShjHh" H 1 jbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSSBIBBBBBk bbbb'ti oH u ! B W1M) OUPU CATSUP. Ky Cook two qt'iirts of wlM Krajwii In S. 8. HARTMAN, M. D. mild iJn,rii enoiiRii o coxer, uiv'll What Do You Know About Bible? Ton are constipated. You have taken sft. Til n ulil ons tup of aunar, oi.e many years. Tou laxatltes a great tnte,- -. The lllble lf Ind, ed i Uu!cspvii of cliinvinon nn.1 one have tried to select a diet that would potivpllU'ioin estli nny way we miy pon ea,i'li of njl allopko and keep your bowels regular. In this you a dish of o.itine. Coqi un,tll iWiKk. look at It. have failed and were obliged to bo "Here .ar back to your laxatives again. This, I mv DIM stalstles that Put aa:- - In the usual niaiuvit, say, has been going on many years. toijeMicr on tlr tntt of tK aimers, caki:s. Ton also have a slight catarrh In the by Mi,? in VfaitU.u.ble Dr. TiKe "'ie WiCiUht of on ps? In but- jers" head and throat. Tou never Imagined Itorne and slen by Jim In U ter, ujeir tjqr-tlaivl cill W Uiatn anything to do that the catarrh had to tli study of Vie jorlptiircs. olk of an with the constipation. Suppose I were find jny flaAOiJng pp- The bj.sl of tliFe intercut ln ntiitlstli s to tell you that as long as you have e"ty'l. Is an old ilnsllsh llible iof t! Kin? that catarrh you will never get better Lastlj-- , stir In tlw flour nml fie evof your constipation. Would you be Jany3 enson. whlU wltli a half (tea.spo,w'ul Old TV.UiKlit Number of biks, T'; of liikln-- powler. ' chapters, km; -i- st,s, 23.111, .wortUi, 5jO, Bake i'n small tlns 0.1, piniinipnt with e aim to put up Vie fnebti-n"Im lete-- s 2T:s,1(Xi. or pre-T- il rjs'i lr?!us, but In most pxss tfv iwork anpolkn New- Nurrlvr of h'Xks. 2;; Tlee vakes jr,an Je ery easily Ic.-- l chajVrs. Sni); Is iKiijed till atte.-- plow In art I iplint-In- s s, 7.93; 1SI.J,'; r as follows. Stir a little Mns 'cue Uv?un. whloh tlnows .all of letters S3S3U) and w.iter until It Is t'lleK and csnin. the iprtn? work tD?iilier, and makes Tlie Ulbl Total number of books. ,,, s'lrrljis all the ,tlme. reiul 011 the o'mptein, Men life a lru lir-- y at itlvit s, l.lst; twin's. 31.K3; i rbl. It cakB wJin they aie Wlvce fetWni? Is r'or.tir,plaiVil, 7"; letters sncc.lvo. conx Is li'V to cut Vie ro-- u in late fa'l. Apocrp,ha Number of books, II; liap-tr.Known or a- nr,arly in winter is Fios'lbi. Tlie Cut the from a ntzen pari. 1SIJ vms, ilOTl; wpul', 1J'..1C. 1 or a pin,: of canned werm corn. I jO'uu'il U'js ?pllt anil barlW anl TJie middle book of Oip lllt'A ' Mlei'i, World. V.ioJ up to y out .mil ejjon. I,rse and mince two onlorw and frj tfiein ti'te middle ami the Is mmltat po' Viat aie to b yllt up tnt,o snail, brown In thtee tablsrponfuls o.f butte" the llTtJi Pilm; tie ni'illl. cliprT Is Vi up In a deep saucepan. iNojw put In the iim er or,a should b,e srfclt ps out. i the the elKhlli lerse of tjv llsth I'.s,ilfi Everything Was for Sale Except ap nnd nyjUtu-- e . wilt Jixve Outvie to corn, fo ir broken pilot biscuits an I l'stltns U nlp tfie Urwe't look of th- young: y ii,ui uozvii parDoued and sU'od poout IniniMlL-ii'elAll posts jtou! Ulble and the Vn,pttr Is the ll'jt'i tatoes. ?eaon wlt,'i Tepper, s,alt .wid be btv'.ed as toan as v?ut for M, Three Rusty Cannons That Psalm; the ti ett f Inst of tie ir.i a ta'ilapoonfiil of iinlneefi ipai&lev anl r"ii.on, a--l to prsvjnt worths from first clinptei of Ilzin ei)fnln!:is nil t' v t Guarded Door. iof bolllnir wnt . lar in t'u woo 1. Wlire the posts ar eoer with, a I'ttora of l),. nlplmbbi t Tiie niillet cut ami sucked up evly, tlwy will Lit all cook gently fyr tlirreiiinrt..s erse of the Ulble b t spavin du,-'Vv winter, ami ctw I of an ihaur, tlieu Htlr .'11 slonjy . rrse uf the eleiieiith . i nintiier uf m- - "cupful of bollln-,- ' mlik, thickened mlUi 1tB ,wh- work's on ti'mlr for In Uie :rsp.iril id a tabl:spoonful of flour rubbpd Into on? John. curiosity shop, with tfie bms-- . anuui, eiriy srwlnff. They will sva,, ln fivz KING QUALITY SHQES . .... wearier an . . iOf 1KI2 ijl- frnnt. w.T - tittntittil n t!uf '"-- " u " as irast .as 'n ot butfr. Turn at oni e lnb n JipaU'i ins John Brown Relic. . ground A fjre fcnglnts ,uma,.f. This Is a dMIqluus of ounimrr Winter winU will lrU, out turen. RIGHT. and so'ip. Ghk.iso, Nomber 16 A l"tflr written foiul't al,'anUv to sar it. an J absorb wood moisture. but Ui walls of the bullillns Were s A seasoned po.t will to hJa wife tuul cliiklrpji, DAMP SALT JiK.TO.nU J,y R.IX. list in tho NOW, MR. MAN, on dry as tlic liooks on Its sfipj;,, nnd groytad much longer itjjui Very fw knqw tha lit'i Brown, wjo wltli his on stiritM oat 01 ia uithin 'ialf ,in hour the liguhe with Its tb salt g"ts dimp H Is eltir be- - to frw the nIi pa and was haiif! n d oip, With tle ijiras. come UO,000 wyvth (f Harper.s Kerry, before Uie Civil War, It Is toio n,fir tV fea or lToam (u but ent of fence pot timber, !t cau a hvl of slowing a.mber&. - in Ji.uid to make the nvnt It ji soinif to rain, it is ,very .bird to was repphed by tlie Ciilcano illsto.-- stanlls onThe passing of tl e old curiosity shop of all available fens-iItal Socieity eterday, tijnd will liy at se tiiubjr. It Is kep Uie salt cellar as there is to mui imoi)turis m soTfXimts lalled ", emjjwtpr Abbe," Known tjiat Unce a prominent pVicc In the nits rot off mulelv- - the air all the leaxs a JU lipXi in stinrt. The est (it Uie ioun.1 line. T'lls Is ibecuuse tlm: hut In nt'u.r dips. The letter reads: uusMesii w.i establljlpa by ,tl e elder at Wiat point both places it ' usmilh ,a islsn rrf pain ii-- T Kadi., Tirltnry, "Osawatomle, moisture and a r Wesmbvter .Abby In ;sno. anil l!ie salt sets da,mp. "Ct'i IVbriuiry ISM. tl.e a-- e present. wMc'i nvrchanjt marie up iijs mind to it fa,onbie for e: "tVar WJfe ajid CJifld; (n ofld o tli sesiis 61 wooil leray to Thlnss tiiat lwlp everyUiins under Cie sun, po tliat no btf actiie all of itlv t'mr. Orn- - fflpip wat'T In the air .are alltvl 'VlpH'lue-cem- ," customer could luue an "Wfl are nw In Kia?a.s nfttr a parand salt Is one of fcVm. jWIikt to o way to trea,t the bo torn of fni awny svltliout a ("aid winner. posts to pimpnt Oiwten's fe- -t u.t ft'ie trnound water is In th air ln th,j' torun of ticularly Relies and soinenirJ gatlipieil from line Is to John his Uisnf at that fr)In,t. If sa,s It tJiiietlmes Uy.ons too plenti- liaip bepouve fiozen and ihir exery pa:t of tbf woJ ,b inillqia. Ud, In bed. nr uip iwus uve inaue m a wearing, u.'iiie ful for thp air to I10JM, arl it".'(n woi frozen Jits nos. of fortune and adAentuneis lial brash Is to be burnwl, .iai is eaueu "pnecipnat-'on- " cr We bno had mUldllnc; bard wu.tiioi. th ,ni fiV pods ctynior'able Mace in W.s irwnl rain. But lonjr hetor can be placed In tin JLiupnlng bru In but liae enoti(,'li to it anil a but I. Lot wiater atre; army outfits, sailloap1 kits, ca.mp- - Pile, 01 In tile bed of the a'r U liriy en.aui t0 fall In rain rpason for uuf'lsivd Biatltui'e. coaJs ws Jit! pfnnphs, "It Is llkel ,tliat ,wliien tli, snow bufitions. Uie top brush of the pUe ihris bunvl there is enough of It t,o apane ;t,o mukc postal card,", pestafw utamps, eleip'iianti' down. sjlt damp. jfotvs, such high wntr wall .that TJie bumlnff. or cuarfins. or tasks, CJilnese lUioks, mraorr liur q It will b dlffleult for rthe (MIqiii'-an- s Uie outside wood of a post rrnlein the Wi'iy Jiot luwe one OUR or two of our ,to invade and that Gqd, by this j,u niJ,'Jit litiiitli to wait-,w- a? wood insoluble and JmpoHble frr s moat progressive women- - on itjiat tfl'iool element, there. may K.vnsa-- s pruteM of dea for to work in. No doubt boa.nd? They would find out ami nesu-lat- e Fnm Honglvong to JlaniU. U Hi some tlnve. creosote fpwn Jie bunulns Is drin n things in a day ,tliat a im,in .would to C.iw Town, to illell "Vour offpttlonate Klnto Uie wpod for presemlnjf the InaHt. !iuslnrd ant b ibllnd to for a thousand- V'e n'ioji hriB fydpp ikvnojw n, an I The op portion ions. And fa.ttiir. JOHN UllOW.V, may b. that Isn't polities, of tlv eltlipi, Souliitrn Ag. men ard Jiuip dpnip frni treated iwl'i nheap jLi,eosate paint Xir ietn o, to nulq a fUckflr Wl1!i prea-- aton. Any paint for this My Favorite Love 8ceni. ? Ablw), lip wpuld buy any .yiould lw oippU'd hot, or ,tiVj rwit It find It a matter of great dlfflcvty Agricultural Extension. thing, or sell anjUiJing, p find In that to lelect one particular e Jiould be lmuiMeU J11 (the as llqul i. DISPOSAL OP DEAD HOGS. .store, all erpi.Tt t;ie rJupe flufy n my favorite, writes. Ellen Terry in the Hoj c,holera Is asaln ,nrualciit over Strand. I can at least say, however, tjiat irojjit rfu ird nu('sdp ,lits door Tlve boj's appetite Is often tlie source . practically Them mis tlin (vuvvvi pne bee at the or aniaz&ment. If ou would of ltae su"ii and wi miitlws t entJie State feel KonjtucKy. that I have ever felt the deepest afvi help but mokr, el'iiT on tip un decK nt 1 an appetite take Clvim,berlaln's tliat tills fection and admiration for the pasTablets la due larsely to caineleiri'ss In the sage In Romeo and Juliet ln which prhas craft r un a bafttWIpld of They not only create a iliealtliy appetPii tlirioltlon of Uic lvJl war. ieaircass of lio,rs dylii? Juliet makes apology for her maiden w t,hB info If p Jipo w'ot cowp milk, and welsh tlie jKWie for de- - During her Hrcond and miiviojur.nt fliwuf to ha cannon for Uielr uime.rus, anl but strengthen the atamacli and enable from cholra. Unless wo adopt radKMl boldness. My reason for selecting this partictemulnlns wlietjyr oi not tvntnln tow aho acajxtdy pay her ibotirjl. Howie ihens ee tluit ti'ne atatutos City U cow Uiem tiHui Westminister Ab it to lo Its work naturally. Tor saK-b- :ivwuires. ainl passage Is that It serves to show aioa iiiakJmr n nruflt on tfieh . fiul never lay at a prolll. TJie way (to seuovi'rhUf tlie disposition of iinisees of ular all dealers. to the full the perfect refinement and jhiomwpr, ban cure hens tlyU lay at a iwoflt U to "ns-- d In? from con,ta,,'lnus (lu.nsr 1'lin kUtl Jiimt w,is d"ckc;l wlUi il- at delicacy of Shakespeare's conception ami ra.re. Khour.Ii erCpioal, tilie tiemendous loi.s thajt w been lo,iv qier wide netit'onpi fi ppove keep ojily ouwr lienn njifi discard Ulym lurlm,- - jiisns uf "Mfp I'lnsens," "At- .PALO. of the female character. In this paof tho nftr lt)o vrttomt jear. SclrMliu; Viriry ind Counlorvit-La,w.- " Nov. U usually and ?ool at I'flie liad for ti'1,9 last two years will ssageand. Indeed, ln all the rest-Jul- iet's that not moie than "Ouns cow a wv kf,n,l aie ta)lnir any pollt breMuig for larue rgg cMiitlnuo liyletlnlUly. t'ljj wltin. iuv! llstoli," -i- viilw for will rliiB heart, fluttering between Joy, .iW "CK'ce AW alo una Tctw," ".MuiUie Supplied," "XoUry Mr. Jert Aldrld,i went to Itoslne last feel tlw liability of this hope 'and fear, seems to regulate her on tlw feod eomiimtd. TIu ot;iw on- - un tlie Truiwietlntr itjli. jwyiH Jpart,mnt to prottrnt Uie lt l'ublVr," United sutw Naiiy Goodj." Tliurs.laj flu business. Bfj)k speech In so beautiful a manner that luUf are ke.pt at an aetml lom. If and uuik eB far b,yfJii!nK tnvn Jiwi'H we ttsled for quiuntLty of of known lurjre ylebU Mill mute, rial 'y Kentucky "Unlvjl .St.Ue.s IVihsiwi-,18,without ti'ie the thought Instinctively crosses one's all low "Kuum'd 111 Sirs. Mary White visited Mrs. Ja'ie Int'n'iits of hearty ykld of- t"- - f,irk . . 0 tlie sUjk nilsor. mind that here, at least, the feelings milk and amount of buttfjr SM, one- - . lncreaoe the IS" and "(Jooi AIJxl riVaJ-su- o per Ma ln !as,t Sumlny. TJils lofflne Is io,tltlel dilly of paivtlas of youth and of the spring are blended litilf of tli) luitiiuei' In xne country Si and INu-J- Oc Aldiidse and wife pent the 'Uixi per Mr. together like the breath of opening could le sold to tho htVMbws, and .ntore nay la,si Hunuyiy Tound." Ir. If, 0. Du'o who, thnouiili arolesNaei.s or Ununin3", flowers. money lould bo mutVi on Vie fetter woolit 'iae lolated lh,i la,v oirnliiir Bhe FOI FLETCHERS WHVnuiUter AWmv Miivejed t,liu ni'iis and wife last Suivlaj. dlsjuas.'tlon pf oiniasses. loc UhLs reason, cow a, tills ;iit,nvoii nod wiith aiti Haivl on M,r. and iMis. Win. Un spent Vie dav I Traveler Tells the Truth. we deslno to tail tho bis Uvek point) d tip oth.,1 at tin Htinv. last Sunday wltii tbe'r d milder, kuiio iJI. public to the follo,win att'ittlon of the Knights of the grip will appreciate uU"i pnAMi la true of laying ilieivn. itf or chapter fram tbo this yarn, which Is told of one of their Catarrh wan left .nf It, 'iml hi.1,1 tfMt J. T. IHnt.s of Sumiidalo. a fact tiiAt mt orwiUK Be iW or vie oenerul uvwenibl) of U11 number. He had been summoned as kept on artiiwJiw'yUiBlr ,way. with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, us nAtiuv,- - o dwiiatcroim M.wter Ies'er White lslted Ills frte.nl. tho bail ui,er tloy a witness ln a case at court, bis em- X ie nvuxt Ia- - alwut fjve.n iVnen a,,,, Commonwealth of eKnUick, poye sja: In t,'.e V"itmlnKter Albev fAnilly. Curtis VI)bf,ury list tiund.iv. wU, l0 of ployers having sued a delinquent cus- eK a year to pay for tlip IkNvl alio Catarrh Is ClUI'Tjnt 71. Tlie M famllUir Rro. Millar kmp t4 nta tUk at Sun. llow tuPmit w vs a blood or ivn,,tltuUoiiai H1- An act ptov lil'iif,- - fur itlw (deatruKtlon tomer, and the lawyer for the defense liy eaue. and In ,orUer to euro it pu butMned ilo nl fnnue, thu third bolo njiUle last Sunday. conaunici. Mny of ilt''oiutio'i, g niuit was him. , of the leoircasscH of nulne bliiK (mm belnl hipter. n tlie lust button. Oils muiilx.r of aivl JienfJ jti'my take Internal iwmcdles. Hall's Catarrh "Tou travel for Hooque & Crooque oljlr (1Iviko VJii .pay for yie.tr ,baud. 'lyvo on"- - cure is taken Internnll). M". II. O, .Duke is n,')lo to be out I'.hoUra ihe fliuiun awny liw tun. company, do you?" asked the at- never nnd acts dl- ronptl mi oil luvtwn and Htailil Ie it eimot-H- l by tlw Genia! Assemibly torney. half of the poor liejM HldU'Te Kl''e tot.U rectly on the blood and onucous surface n aff.iui. to j profits on Uie suod orai. If n h(en lajs Mi. Jefft, AllriilM Is tilklns ,a,V)Ut of tlw Climiimuwfuaitli nx Jventueky, wiut was li of Ma mined "Yes, sir." Catairh Cure Im not a quack mdl Plrs.t: That In all hik Btrtck, iwIwia any selUti? out ami ,io!ujr nnst. ... "How long have you been doing It?" ele'it ilozeji ftigu a yvr V lias tniil CUVe. j, was niesL.iIbi .v .,,.. .., v,,u " .. ...... .... , . "About ten years." "it iOkn me sMc to tiMnk of tihU." Sir. CUudB VIUt iitlmidcd eUuicli nt plK. a'loit or bojr shall 1q mt t,'w ills. ji,i piio ufji.1 jiire .tiiiiiu iu rvituire.1.i oest physltlans In this countiy for ase csviunoiily tailed "iiojr nil olwa", or !i "Been traveling all that time, have to uoaul Iter, nuwi a Hfin His jinin a year and is a roeular exclaimed. "1 ,)M,-- t Vll0 itr Um Suimjdale laiat SuiioUy. prencrrflUon. any io,thr U mil ,ly ,t,ii duty you?" nioifcy low. but I do fiip rwt prof,'t ,U tl'ie owtidr of njiaut Mr. Arter MIUt'h two icltls lslta-It U compoifil of tlie 141 tqnlca known !,,, "Well, no, sir," replied the witness, cen'j. 'Uie btsn tliat tuys ,lfli ilou-'- ex,' of the owaor, ur owiwis, of such pl, nuc. Tlwy mn't bj acciLiwl.1 l Irldje their uuut, Mis. Julia comblnd wlli tlve heal bio.l purUlerH.' last making a hasty mental calculation; nhoat or ho', ,or tlie einnu i we-ejijh itw bus inad.0 pi rroftt at 40 lo acting directly on tho mucous Aunface "not actually traveling. I have put 50 Iwiini; the uu,re r ,usody of thu tump. Mrs. John Willis Is on the kVIj lldt. can's for Juir uwiifir, TIjj rtil aoJ riie peifea oomblnatlon of tihe two la about four years of that time waittsuliVJ kiioHiodo of iMip fift iv lupon ing at railway stations, junctions WiaA bus rlne up to tl'ie gredlnats Is what piodm.es such wondar and FOR FLETCHER'S "U Is a pleasuio to tell tlwivof, to uiiiiie .tli year walk las niaV a luaCH of jou that ful results In curing- Catarrh. Bend for watering tanks for trains." Chumbctrluln'n Coush Uoiuedy Is the bes caruuvi of tlwj auno to he lnuuvwl wltli-I- n I ntniner, am testimonials flee. titan a ilolmr a fur ,u eouijii medicine I hae eer iised," writ A Profit. Heis That twelve Jiouis, or sfuinily hurlnd two y, j, ailCNEV & CO., Projw., only Upjo bns Ui?n iay Uixun l.M o Mrs. Hutfh Campbell, of l4Uonla. Oi and lf feet dtfj). Tostlnif dairy (,ows for ao.tu.il milk 3W leges a jyar ajro "wqntli kei pin,. Seasoned Fence Posts. Toledo O "I liae USil It ultll Jill lllv hll.l..n Second; Any pwaon, or e,ifonii, fall- - and butjtqr yield Jiaa beui In Said by Drug-ls- , It Ua liiaen fouivl by iinaiteiiliVtsts price 75c. ilany farnieis In buIUItiiK Xenc-- u put'and tlie i,e i.ii,i .ml. hw anl Jvfuso to Monrjily wiltli Ui rultn Cor uviny nyull ears Of ionise, only u Out tlie a,veiae hep na t Talv Halls Family pjB tor oanstl. Off AH Of ,Vw woik uuUJ 'Pliey factoiy." Tor alo by all dealers. p'o.vU'on gliall 41 deeuud jrullty taw dalryiwn anil farniors iet J,holr durliif lifir first )a,r's latins nertol- - patlou. abo A catarrh. Constipation was!! chief difficulty In treating theso cases. I often felt that it would be bettor If a laxative element were added to Pcruna. I feared to do so, however, first becnuso of the number of catarrhal patients wlfn needed no laxative, and second I wa nfrald of making such a radical Phantti In a remedy that was already doing so well. Thus It was that T continued to prescribe with the IVrunt a bottle of Manalln to those who needed a laxative. At last, under circumstances explained In my booklet, I was constrained to add tho laxative- clement to Peruna. This constitutes what Is now known as the revised Peruna. Now thoso who take Peruna will, first, find themselves, promptly relieved Second, the of their constipation. catarrh will gradually disappear. And once tho catarrh is cured tho constipation leaves permanently. Then If you follow the ndvlco( given in my book, you will never have to take pills any more. Cathartics and laxatives you can Ignore. Tou will be perma nently relieved of both your catarrh and tho constipation. PERUNA IS FOR SALE AT ALL DRUG STOKES SPECIAL NOTICE Many persons are making lnaulrlea for the old- Peruna, To such would sy, time this formula is now put out under the name of manufactured bv Comoanr. Columbus. Ohio. Write them and they wlll-- ba pleased to send you a free booklet. j O lieve me? Well, whether you would bs llcvo me or not It is tho truth. Tor many year I have been wrestling with tho problem of fumMiIng the public an Internal catarrh remedy. Peruna has been tho remedy that I have devised and it has certainly relieved many thousand people, ye hundred of thousands of people, of chronic HOUSEHOLD HELPS ' COM) MII.K TOAHT. V'sva In .i flat pan romp slices of I'.Ve tail ii I. 1ft tlpJii X't dry nnl of ovwn, ,t'ioii a nice brown In a piril iilnwjsf to u pondep In Ur motive, fill a bowl I'mlf full .iii-- l pour o- -r t'iPin v:ne coll tnlK, This cw U ry wurir. be tnlji with SHAlll'KNIXO ClOIth. wny of IV o s tn pK it Kirpi'rln? ' irs Is to taks a KnlCe nivl cut nviy 1mu.'1 of It, .is If jou wmntml it to out tlie blaile of 1'ie KnlAj In l Do tlU ten or wltli Ve ,il tu loss tluvn vn no.!! dollars. The burlng of tboi;s ft'ot (Ivive iIIm I nf c:o'ra l n ilJiii;iom piir-'frn'l Mould be iVsunitiiif fl. VintV lit o of l.oif nholora h t'Mi Vt,l'd ftom Uul Iml lurleil fir trrier.il ji irs; lUm fo u the mm w'io bun'tu cUiJcia lf;s n ibis funn In Ii ivmtart dnrjjr n( Hir o'lri'itn. ilium-bi- g U sr u'ly If) be pr fn red. our Trt'.s'Juit ttvit we ma hut) Hearty In tie eriiU-Di'li- i t'-- , of ho c'lolwti ftnin pirtnqnt of -- n'cu.il of t Ivent,uc'(y Arleultunl Kp irlint rfti- tlon Is alwwju nt oiir oininiind, , sum l m one t! nn fifty cnx M L ' 4 44444,,,4, 1 irniss ,U-- n lintiip, tlu-!iml- ,i. U. S. OOQI), twhe TV Knife. t'ln-c- . wloi. lan pkr TV efCtt take th Is (pLu - nvinvlfls. pt a qf tip Dlxlslon Anlnuil dlufbp.nwrj, l.evdnjitm, Ky, nOUKllT UltAUAM, lleil of iU,V VMirlinrl,in., z - cins t.i nlt King Quality Shoes FOR OUR MEN 1 v ti:a ir Ulr rW-ductl- eu fl Have stood the test with our trade for over fifteen years. Our sales have increased r 1 FLAMES SWEEP I l; Tanunt irf-i- eis, W0-d- CURIOSITY SHOP sri. wei-d- -- Westminster Abbey All Over the ciu,ur.n. s, - 1 d-- -- d-- 1 1 co-n- e i,rt -- qu-j.r- .......... s pli-ui,- ? .. .. ot -- bo-iC- -- partlal!-seasone- i,rn Jn tmvp-Ut-V- tt t ery season. Tie recommendation of King Quality wearers adds new customers every month in the year. There is a reason for all of this. wouldn't buy the same make of shoes over and over again if they did not wear to their entire satisfaction. If they were not right to the minute in style, shape and workmanship, our men could not be induced to wear them. In summing up the evidence in this case the impartial judge is compelled to render a verdict that for men are ALL if you want to get the right side of the Shoe question, here for your Shoes. : : : : s-- me King Quality Shoes, $3.50 Kfl---on- eue $4 and $5. Special piirn-jiaF(- fl Barnes' p,u parPi'Ti-arnJl- a, llf if aftr sri-m- Shoes $2, 12.50 and 13. pinll anv-lliln- SEE ", sne LINE OF 06S JMiy-groun- d, ic jot fr ciur-Pqa- E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. il can-no- lit love-scen- 1 ; y 1k-j- s alt,h on,e-liti- lf aveir. av-ra- " itl-ue- Jff Qkildren Cr7 C A S,T O R A Cannot Cured ult liap-jnn- 'd or 'l'c, ii cross-examinin- i.-K- it j,,, w,-- nt ir !,. "" 1 dijai, l Children Cry CASTOR A s. 200-a- s; itlo nre - ray ni pne-tui- ,i im-;-tlc- vi. VitHMWKW.,MNUW Ht"M"Wm MUWiMMMW