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BRYAN GROOMING t!i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 20 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912. Taft nivl fie nwllotrary Joa,Jftrfcllp In RrpublUiafti pairty. To t,'.piv. .who ,iU". aciiiw'.nted wlli Vie Influcncja nt W01U In ,thvDonw;r.it!o Inn-ine- . APPEAL BY MINERS HIMSELFjOR 1916 and Party IV pir i v The Owfrnfiboro Messenger Sunday Invl the tollowlng iL'onc,e ruing the maiirlase "f Will Hold Wilson Requir- Mls Mary Wddhig and (Mr. ttobert HolUivl. IVno formr Is well known In To Hantford, giving lived here "for maiiy Wars. Miss Mary WeddW and Ir, Hobevt , Federal Patronage Will beOii Politicians See Two Ways In both of Whttosvllle, (Wore Trouble Has its Origin in Walk' Employes Unable To Get Coal Out marj-leat Mw liome of 'Mr. and Mrs. tributed Over Ken- which Nebraskian Might t T. J. Morton, 'at 211 WVst Ninth street, out of Miners Employed Owing To Lack of " o'clock WiStfUwday jvf,terno''i. at tucky.' Achieve Ambition. TJie manrlage, nias a xnry quiet one, Transportation. Gaines' Mine and r.vas wltncaaed only by s few friends and tlie immediate family. Tlxe .bride .Waahtmrton. D. C. N,o.ombr Sni.fi N,ovyHV,r- - SMfWIItlttm Fordsvllle, Ky November 23. Tlisre Frankfort, Ivy., November 2i. In nn was attractively drtssed in n .blue cout glnntng March 'U, 1913, all of lUie Fl-er- al In a uaiuVAtl"" &ir Ilrcsid"nft of iras a shooting fchtpo on Jlaln stwet, apptaj, to Gov. MqCn"cary, nVima pi th suit. Mr. and Mrs. H6Itand (eft Immepatioivtgp In Olilo, Indiana, 'fon the UjilLtd StnUw. this aftrrnoon whleli U ,ras!J,rded ,'. West, JvenUicky fpal fields dieulane Iwy diately 'for W'httasA-lllc-, wlisTe they will tucky and West Virginia ,tlte same many as only .t,he b;tnnlrjK Tills pinlnbly Mill not I e. ore In' a aW& or hvant.'nnd aisk that make tlietr horiie. rule twill apply .to all . the 9taite-''v- tir ,a rlous troubb-I'te railroads be rcqultwl to furnish the a .ijiyult of tle r ro tliin be by rj);inoonatk! Senators anil create wry sr;it Chalk Line Drink Test. at the Galn?s eoal tnlivM. mln"s 1110116 cars so Uiat they can work llfipnis.'.mtai'lvtg In Cohruss and ' Dew iwrMifien any of itlmo imtl'naWo 25. Oii'o, Wlmr UubarUon, c61or.l, cm of L'ie full tinij. Guv. McCreary Immediately oc ratio National Commlttoemen, ;9tit8 - ti've last alxWii ywus wiVn Mr. durlrititnied Wti petlt'on ovfr to tlie Stat oajits for "a night's lodging must !ierc-aft- Cha'.rman,' and minor party .officers. Hryiioi wtu ivt h camlHU fur lw 'o,bW to walk a lltlts chalk lln. a stocer, had 1rauble qver an arcp'int UajJiiMiil Cioinimlsslan, amd the ofUclils In Kenutoky therfc are 1S "poatoffl84. of1 Mve I'ultrd Stn.:1.'. Il owes for ivhlcji Uohtrt,)!! w.Oj Broavles. of tlie- Illinois Central lOivl lia mlne.-- s a wjilte strralc tfsrorj an elrrv.nifojt 6 of. the, first, 27 of ,the. sccoti.d and S3 jf noom bcfo'r.o there Is any shelter tar TlioneKro bvo.11 itinrvisd, and Town liav.e be?n by the epm 1SJ5, w and uOS ami wim n .n?4,i)lle tlsa third-clas- s as follows: , . t o,f the Bu:deti a.rr?stl him Tlie tliu,t tlie jallilon Martial . Covington, $3,100. be conrile.ijwl "at them at the Wayfartira' at UiUUn'iro In ,1.'I2. Up V.- Vs3oplat,od .Charities tore. njffiO ?av toiid for 'his p,ii?arance tor a meeting ihire Ijcj'nb;r 1. . v Uttl? time "ft. In 11MI, but lie will Lexln(3ton, $3,100.i, i Farm Brings $30,000 Supo,rln.teridi:-- it . Howsll ,Wr.slt, Ott the trial hofore Police JuJgo ,niiilo.r3Jn T,bo ptllUoii Is from "M.nienry, Ohio b as o. rapulMntie lu un Mie Louisville, ,'' i ' ;t- le. KlIai,l;tWpwii. JCy., N'ovjimbw W, .1. Moiuliy jiioinliiff. ' ' ,1 county, olid live slgft?rs say that they Associated C!:a.rltUs InistltuCfid Hh,e .cus,1MC. '. Newport, R'tuO. M. Cox ha, r.j'.d Ills tom lavt night w.h.ai 'he nefuM laOglii!; jirnr Sonorn, Tli WKTu then lift tho .ntfleo of the iipsient tin; miners and tlivilr fa.Ti;lll at ttiV" Naft'onuL Onoltal Oweisboro, $3,101 HvVJ'li-iv.'nly( to J. W. rjillCJTOJii, t)f OU. Judtre, .but lvul not sonc a K0at dis nuuil)i--k' ' ."' I about J.iKX) oul. Tlioy jjay to a tramp tram 1'hlladelptifei .bciqiuse Paducah, $3,300. who knivt tlio A H U or politics I .! lrma, fox $T0.'HW. T,V fAnn coaVn'md, tance bafore he met O.i'car WHltter, i l:a,v a,r,ragy-only 10 In wiag:js he wavered fipin- the inaripw tpntf.i. ,,. CL,ASS. Mm Mr. B,ryrin In .SECOND tin! ' ' V".' , II" Jiiul wa kiwivii'dt the T. bos at the Gaines tnlntr. . "Ziyi ussro Wright said , .that, ile believes tlie . t2,70O, njf, iinrl is luclng gryncl, ,V .run for tha listmcut h, T Xollowlng , v, was Miw.iai naieiai lK?j j.nrtrjne, l;.come aanci-il- , n,ail abusive and "that Bawling Giv(en,. I1.7C0.. .., ut)r-- 'i 1H ItiiKuae elsli.'m'r-- n miom'p' jpajitlal Idleness, ildw ouatom ' tue t?nuuiaUc ;ri(ld",nlial nn'iUivtf.l'jii jieuui uriii. ji yarn iso ,by Mr.. ,Cox .or W.vn. .IM5- Wiitltcr. . Tne U'.tsr harrh.1 Ing wltlrfi time Giey liayo' a'iibnigad aiipllciini's who am unable tj nesothwe I".- Oa!tlat,tsbU(tg and Cyati:ilana;$2,20(J'eacll. t(ir yeaiH lii,rro. One af I've' i Ivoirie, iCot fils pbitol aal ' returned. only ruhout ' 2 care sssVmi will be glv4n nt unoe.twelve days ulcauo,nB of th s Is til-- work oa:li tea 'feat In proof of tlwlr sobrlaty will Danville, ?2,lCt. ha turnsd out In tlie cold. on'"iMaJ;i ilre.?.t anl tmomVi. He lvo N taking .to hiuld City. Wll-uFulton, $i,23C: i ' anl Fmnkllort. ojicauvl tftieoif him. Whiter xIk1 Tiij Vj.tttlon fo'lows: Crlasgow,', $2,200. "mu 2,200; jp"it'y to n tlgll G.eora'.itow'n, t'ii l LOVE FOR HiS FAMILY t!nr jjl'pts.-hu- t the iii!ro was bciitlns "Wi, til.? iepresen1jitlvt5 of tlie mlu-- s COMPLETE OFFICIAL n plitiK of Hi Jlarroilsburg, 2ja; Ile;ider"son $2,7'; . pilar wl'Jy the , a hasty ietr(Sa'l, and as lio did not of Ol'fo county, Ky.c and tlwlr fani-lllIllckn-ian$2,001t tlopklnuvUle, $2,600. Niliil die convention. DRIVES MAN TO GRAVE stop running till he. fixi conplet'ly . Lettanion,- $2,100 , to itle tiumbitr .of about 6,000,' do Mr. Bryan was n of 7hu sub- COUNT IN KENTUCKY idalisoavllle, $2,200; Marlon, 2,300:t .. d, Ldlpappj-nrfd- , hi:,t,hfc.ti U Is nail k&uin liftrsiby cUUmtpt to a:t forth thp cxiiiiV,Ut-- thai wci.to tho tiUtfvni i' or r?t any of th, bulUO took stltpt. $2,400; Maysvllle, 2,300; ,MIdVei' tlons pauvflWIng In this, counti'. mist dimlniUng jii"inbcr. In .t in.l "' ' bono, $2i4C0; 'Mt. S,twllng, $2,300. Horp la tlie plank (hat h' 'expected to Man Suicide When Whltier iwenl Into the reisldVQe of "Flint, tlie iui'nlng bitslnSss lias' for Commits T, J. S;nlV he .was latr many jiionths been i;ery dull, and, con- - Wilson's Plurality Shown to be Paris, $2,'106'. '' '; " iifiplruitlonft n! cut off the vvroiid-U-rby Marshal Uurden. lie was 0(uently, .tliie nilnijis, li.uva avenaj-.j"n'lcl"i,mond. $2,100; Efforts To Provide For Ituasjllvltle. Woodrow Wilson and turn itlm Diynoc;-rac- y Iitof 104.000 Votes; T. R. takt'ii before .Judge Hendarson an! approximately;, Shclby,vlllep. $2,300; Somerset.. 2.300. to Mr. Urjp.n, a- - Its about, twelve .wprklns .on? ' " ' executed bonO (n the sum', .of $J0O for days ijer; jnonth Kiddies Fails. ,. ' ' Versailles, $2.000. , c.in.l'dat-- : for About eWhlein Received 102,766. his n:;i'a.raiice or trial joir Monili. ni'jiiMis. r.ils Is getting worse;' ardu AVlncheter$2i400. 'W fnv.r it idiiKta Cirtv'Mai'.lal tftrn.H The maniSal has been ' unable to fin 1 ally we are- drifting' Into' a- aXa,,i of TIIIIID CL'AS8: v i and to tn,: tmi krK" V( n,io:itioii r NuviemboK.l'j. Sacrifices lobfrlson, usalnitt 5Vloln J.V warra.t want, Xap up to the present date, ,vlz'. Adarlv'lllf, $1,300; Anod&ge, '$l,000-'"A'- i an iviiMvlniMU to t.')i 'jivtltuttii nml;J Atlmla,' Ga., Frankfort. Ky., November. for Jils family and reiiKiim' liHxiuse he for att?mptins .to. provoke an assault Noiiember 1, tlw average learnings of ', Xlvu .I'xfiM-n- t lrx of Vie t'nltwl Stutc an eloction cIflce.r In ti'ie 13t'it'-- , gusta, $l,fW). (. could not nuki! s'.lll furtli.?r sacrifices' has lwin Issued. A .''. tliess men nice at some of .the mines, ,as Thftodore Itposevielt, Barbpuirville, $l,'50O; Bjtrdstonvn. llj'OO; an Wn InellKil'b J"T leader of tlie ProIs Jiolle.ved to, liaie led II. W. K.:c,h, It Is a miracle tNav no'aody. wal low as $10 for this month. Therefore .It gress! i paity, polled 102,766 wtfin at Bardwell, $1,400; Beaver Dam, $7,4; Ben. eainjliln.tr of tH'a QqnvonAlon to llils local (stnsUcar ocvuluctpr, to kill him- wounded, as the s,treot' was Ihrony-jIs w.'.thtn the bounds of iviutin Uiat wo against 115,512 for .Tuft. ,Wllison got a ton, $1,300; 'Banco. fl.SUO; BloT(nifl;ldr,$1,f nrlnckpli," self, either today or last nl'j'it. o tt'tit with people at the tlhe. $1,200; B.unnsld-- , state 'tluwtrour people, nre. on .tlie (verge baro .majority of 1,306, as he polled 219- .- 000; I3rooks--lle- , Uurtnc the cmialrti. Mr. A " 5S1 Cadiz, $1,300; Cai'iqun, $U0O;' Oa(mpbll3 .c;'l his two .children mliriiA. hai ,1.1s life- Slno,e the strike, Mr. Sam ,M. .Gaines; of miffeflng. Iliif.m, In Jits rctoc!if. till votes, according. to tlije official Kltcli's lawyers' i, today re- owner of the mine, lias :1fy. liault.iR "Taking'' Into Insurance, CarjoUOorl, f t1i tlio ,hlgh oouiit.' Tlie Demociots are 2O,O0d and the vlll?, $1,600; .Carlisle. $11700; o:hjH;l.m on Mils li:laraUvi rylved tx lfbVir tnoin him whlcfi ewl-- d coil- from oive of the .m'jits at A.etnt- - cost of the1 neicessaries '.tjo aus.'aln ljfe, Republicans 17,000' votje for ,Antcn ivr VII 'iy of' tlie l'JOS $1,700; Cave' City, $1,100;,' Centnai" CltJ I'latfrtrm. H? by saying'.. vlllf. . .T.liie utrlklns miners vnt to also tlip coat of nwit and co.il,' we te- - vote. Debs received 11.647 utd qhafln $1,700; Ollfltjon, $1,000: ClQvirtti2;'--Columbia- . hin (in ti'K- - piomlm t'wU WlUon, If "I'm kouik to wind jny little jail tip AMimdllo and end,aiorad to get the Vave itliat any reasonably n I'roshVnt, tVcUitl, 'Would lo n Jnfauntid 3,232. ,.l,0; vCovMn, $1700; ..jrij;, ( and Ki't off thbj old .wprld." minora at Uia,t pl.i,co not to., futmlsh Hrson wll ' understand! itliat by tile .. obe In the SwenUi AppalUto don.$l,100.,. ,. would lie f,rto to servi tlifl fljuple .wcry The Mie ytar uno' Fitch naxe ot ihls own Qalnes with coal. One lot tUe. miners lanif time, of fio,vf work, andiinaw "al Dlslrtotj follows: Tuimer, 27.830;,.KIrktl Dawsori.Sprlnga. ,$1,700; .Dixon,. $1,100,, ,.,x. nilimn of his ,torm uiyl .would not 1st In a tcultlfas, cfort b)mo ,Vi;illte, granjtjj tho reuost while itihe atln;r most a cmy tlnu'i fyr p'nko of tliie1 paople qannot .Earllngton. $1,700; ,0!7. of wife's life. ti 4 Ui.c.juvi, it ,ls inoni ttus ramie; passlbly be "'in any lotlnep ptiptf diery Xunctlcain, in H.ilunilns V.ii nrcMMsnVUil Tlie vote In the (.Coagresslonal Iracos EllzabaUitown, $1,800; .Elktpn, 1,400; Em. .lUl.itlvfa say l!vat Ive has ,bcMi. nvoil: which emplpyb Jion unlaiv lolior th.'it lutifi . .: i,.t ' InlenpV, M.BOO. o'itumsffinciea, an'l In t"i Fifth DiBtrlcf HoHoiwsi .Filttli strultei'ad ct aivJ In a .worrltll state (pneir Mr. Gaines secunrts' coal with 'wjilflh 'tt tliait tiliciri conditions exlsA In ilje ImiJHt Falrnoutji, 11,700; Flemlgb.urg, $1,700; niiiiT nxe tiwo illffffpivt" ,vcv hs" to Swager Slicrloy, D?,macraiUe) ' lie putx'liiUt-- a 'loit "on whloh1 supply his' Fordsville custoinws1.' of plenty. Tliepsfp'rt?, (w)jt througlyanl B; J. Ashctratt, ltpufbllcan, 3.82j) Franklin,'' $1,800. Vie conn! liVvt will lie ivursuctl liy'.Jlr. ., to .buW u Jio'use fon- - lvVl,j"oung on and Union labor Is enployd In tjTio Qalues by .ti'ie antjiorlty. of tjip Tifiople , Ohftrljep Pobbs, Socialist, l"0; J. H. Qraysan, $,1,100 Greenup, ,$1,100; , HiTfln n a prtuiVlnntlttl cnntiiVlate. Quo piaatlcally mine, and tmouble arose oyer (Uio poll-Ido leireby try ftp llay Aitfi ctomll-t!o- n Arnold,- - Socialist Uabor, 60; Henry I. vllle, $1,600;' Gutlirei $1,400, . to dauirhtc. Wltcn Jifl luul 1. JlUM tin will try JiU ilovel co"ij)lrf(!d a ltouj Its iiunilt jtwt hei of Vm) cars iram ,tli(S ,rq5ns to the $11400 tiHarlen.- of our P.30P13 taefoTe you, tili,e Rhlef Fox, Progrejalye, 23,115. 14i; Haidtavshure lft- Jo)iK with ilhq WUmjii (A.flmUiistrr- -' 078 Uxs IlBlwesvlUe,' - Nfl.tW; tlwt Bx?outlie' of JGenjtucky. ' Ha?tlfo,rd, $l,50dr tlQ,'ju(l If tins .xltiHnljvf(cin fubalil lacked SlnpB to xuy fpr ,tjokenporw,Vt"itlon' main 'tfuck,4,JUv .mln,ne.flnil'-lUi- S ,tOe jtltlo Gaines wenk. i tftlvM liould- jirovlde lextra iahin for f "Wie alaj try to 'J,ay be;tSoire ypu S(onie -- Body, Carried 01 Cowcatcher. prowe- - ponular awl t'10 oiu-nHolganvllle; $1,400; Horae' 'Cavie.'tl,4o pVde for va 'p.rppirly iln lib narno as ;uardtan ' tills wtoik and dabiTs Insisting that this of Uve rtaaons tor Ahls eiaite' f affklrs'. " 25. Hiiniy Is 'Obeyed, Ke Jiiltrlit lie In u patTttim JacUion. $1,500. V Paducah, Ky., for Ids cliUdnrn, 'Uni Gpo,nt4a lajw prj- - work 8'.ko,uUl be .Jxrformitd by 'tUe nilnirs We, as, .JiwanViitlvej IaUrange, i.40O; tiancatr, lli'ooor Law pf ,f(h peoplti. Woltso-- i, og(d and CarllMe liur yirnirs lianre, wUJi Wn nld fjif '' " have ' iantsd Urn from harrowing iimont-.- y an it. at thicjr expense. tp our tjia. Mos3, aged elghAeeti, rencahurg, $1,1)00; "UltoHtlcid,, $l,3)i); itorij, w,re kilted' dent. W.lUot), to win vo 4'rwl'iet-'y,- . if. ,j ilfe Hrvs sliuvu made thriits to ,cnil lit UUtrlcit Clviimuin W,alker. it Cen-, p;ra,tp"s And, owpfita of ff'w seiviial Uils ottornopn wilien an Illinois. Centi-i- l don, $1,700; Louisa, $1,600.- .TUU Is one virwr. ITm otlwr vUiw, l llfju yo ,t,li.t hUj clilliljf.n cjxild oJtnJn tral City came li'eire'and Iriiiestiteaited mines, und. lu evury IngLajvoe they at.tito tost pass:ittfir at JUdeVs crflSa)nsV'ru'i', MMldway, $1,300; ailddlasburg, $1,400;. Mon . fiat Mr.Hrjim wjll ni3v.;ir tbu u?to to hlM IT',V.;t . '... . . -- . .,. tand.iflnlsh. priJiient (ot the cyimm 6f the strike, and '.lie ..' to us .Uiat' Wiey .can glj'e 'uk aAmat ed Into a .Uiiggyj In, ,w.hlqh .the; x.iOwj)e' along wlUi U men ,t:o ire JR,4w; Jioroiwaii, ii.iuo; Jiargin-- t- ar.Ti(MiVy. No tiW of him h.is , ''" " ' telittiig atvady ,wotk If they could igejt 'dlie In X,ior of Uic inlmys, $1,700. rldlng, . In L" .tleidflsw,-Murray.the rphw of '" ln,e (I'M .d!if irpcwrt a.it them to r.Uuul jpat. ,' pnomVi-- j (to pxi,rt rir.vit byn found cars to ishlp the nnodiirct tit t!v (Tli6 (train crew pifeaaod Ignoranceh of tflcnplosvltfe, $1,SW. ami w,lio ' In the mines. Tilwj asaune' u (t'tot Vney axn tlieV aoclctaat until A'atHo,n'a liody $1,500'. Ttirr,e nro 20 mvm ,wiipJoyejl pUve'lll, $1,100; 'influence over the I'nil.laht-t.ut- , ,n.nl nlBht. mill", atul .Wiey are all 'out. declaring get eoiit,iaita or .Joints vl'lVe, $1.5ttl; Purubrokra, ji a bhV for JW??3:." ,of .the enlslu that his course will lie to pin'o'.nin. Packages Must be Properly Uiey will never return .till tle owaw aj'iviuit,. And some of Ujeni have larse found on .the until It (incomes pa! wlien the train pulled Into llrlmvaton. PUtbTville; $1.700; 1'lnevllle, $1,700; iutet altitude f tlle mlW comivV's feielr deiuand, Stamped. tlwit, If, .they oould got raili-oj- l $1..0'j Pilncetonr IVJOO" tRrol-denoA l,vl)lo that the nMiatlaiwy liktenflis are nlca up the track reJ ". cars, ,would .glvp sonvo Af tifi 'ulaoa sulted n tlie finding, ot this iianglt-.- I $1,500. Poslmasl,'- Geaiiit Hllqlcock lia.s or- - wlilcji Mr. Guinea uojh lie In, oointrral of the I)iimo(unntJc Ku-yf .. ' 'I: ' do. day. stumw. (niihiis body of ,Mmss and the d;eiiiollshed Tlii?r"e work eviery ScotUvllle; . I.W:' Salt Lick. $1,000; whroi ,ha .will licak nway, net liVnself dartil'tnut lWiiWKre bo ndvls,?l that ' ' $i;2C0; Tlw fcu,t 'tlvt iMr. Gahits, Is ablo to liavie. only worked like, tour Tlve , Iwrae, unhurt, .was lywt packages a'lould nct ba up .as loader of,.tIy grac ,anl prlngfieid, $l',3(;, Snilth's G,rove, $l.ax); tor nul'ivj uul?as Wiey beair Uio swvro tvMl mt .Ustnavllle, thweby bi(- - days In two wiaeku. f!T:ciy. Kilip Oia?r.i'-tor- s, ing In 'a field nearby. adrsjlilp and make ivar on tlv party 'tell its that ,1410 pi'MP.1,9 nine bs-gh- g dmiiv.V.lvnj i8tanirs .now la couisi' of abllmj ihlni to jur.tially fill his Mlates IXolllo Moss (and Flora Mois, Stanford, $1,700; Sturgbj. 'JllSOO.' what It s,la mis .for. lii on ugly Taylor.svlUo and Trp'Vou, $1,100 eaqh. for coal anl lli,eiy MJiWt fuirinls1! sisters of Carlisle, are now (reoanqrlni; for Ih'a olaM if jnall as tracts, baa put. tl HtrlkiCi-ItT ptlKrr wyxrilr. Uio politicians nirj Unlontown, $1,100.' nbla JU ne tw,o dUainitrkiUly MW-lt- o ronulred by .tlie law crcUtlng Wu PhtmIs mwd, ami It s ftred thtt nrlajs It on ia?ount" of llijo, rullrmacl .cqmpaiK'S fnom Injuries rtoelvrrd In m runofway ac itlw differ tillVvj- to provldo tar3 for tje 'dpniwit, cUlejkt a mojitli ago, and IClly iMofs, an Qnna'snments Vanceburg. $1,100; Van ot Miese tmubto wiUI come liefore" .wiays .in wJilcJi ilr, Ilryan mVtt PoU wyatom. JboLh uncle,. uJw Horhert ;Moas a bj:ollwjr, are Warsaw. 11.600; W'ckllff. $1,100;, jVVIll aohlvte his ninhltlon, to twcu'iir) th) Htaninj ivtll he ilflilj' for B.hlpiuent to all anctu fire Bettled. Tine 111 ''tfwlltig to- of Wwlr ooal, lh,qrpli(y fltiprii-inward Wihctttw, ,the nilne .bfoss,' Is U- - v and "mine"' of tlve Statj' of still sufforlng troni) bijurlfia .resuming Utmsburg. $1,600; AVlUliu-towu- , limo.ratlo sUxmLirdbci.nc.r in Wn 'iiMt post uffln?s In anipl.o JI1119 flif Wie lue Is assla.U,tt campiittkll. y Mr. GpUncs In se- Kentucky of ,Uv Uwejflrts lit iwnuld from aiiother lunawuy lopcldtont Just n To hold Mw pauty (wlinlivN-- , ot th0 now 8yt,sm an Also collectors of Lnteiinni) avpnue tV curing tlio .VatnavJlli qoul.. ito efl(Joy owbs to tiip bjouti-tlfbe 1. Keniiicky af. Covlnstwi, Jia;i(vlHe,, wpek ago. '''. o titfaiq I un wiI:iiii t!ie nAjsk'jiScud leratra of AAlihough It' will be a few ara, no,t amuVly pilosHcirVy crops, p.nd tliib gatn.qt-a- l irtB'duairy If iUiiO dlf terpiyi? lngVn, Lioulsvllle and ,Oni?iiiIkwo.. Also. before bexxNiio thus Progressive Meeting. Sur.veyors ot Cimtoms tat LiuUvllle and , Vast rewiHin'.tqiiis dan be 'adjusted to"'. o itlw.t, .tV-- uliijOi pp. of tlie eun)t,ry, Governor i)Vl!a,u would lie uas.waiy. ?' Uio I'iLU-tto ,Ue a v "llheiDarqre, we do pray that ,thnoul la oli WaeJUngitoin, Noveimljr 23. -' r M.r. iniiol'jitui'k w,ants rotmn to w,oik. tli(!i open up a war on tho rcoettiiary Uvd-- i pmmulgai'fd, efteal Iuducali. iiomiUig of Pioir.ea,lv"eS "thery be ors of U19 piir.tj' tvx tak.? t,ho mrly 'Die inubllo ' nvido (is faiulj- - with V' aoi ftiniliw .hcjie, ithe .i5ult of .which you, pur CUle- t- xncutlv.e, Jtisky sjut?i:n a possbV.e lfoie it la Is w'fus to be suffering on X,'m polrt ot an ItiwistlBatlon by tlo proper riutliprl-tle- a In Clidcati .vlll ,bu to draw jiunty, iW nrptlarir w', aviy train of tlyo 8tjarte of fcettttuujty and the and IiivmVjp. wJio.tve ipiograi'slvi-- '' OAd A "McOl?a,ry rpuiity "ili and Uwtp Is iu ',r:iaan'io doubt tbiit In finally put In operation. To i'vitch this many. Coiomfsalanora of Inrsfaite Comnxerc, Who not "Cigresalves among th.j Into a liole In the ground to catcih a. the aiixv ioiiitliigciu;y Mr, illryan jvouM end if will uak 4vc,ry positmriteV fto Surprise Birthday Diiner, ajo tint iye tiuiy, be aVe ,0 fed, clothe tormwr loadors of tltevltjepubltian pu,r.ty. grouiulhpig. Tlip grouudluxg.t iU uipai'. t,!ic,lr as muich as BlJat be able to rally bqhlnil ilifm V The .j arid especially un on the' subject, emils fV'd nalmllbrs ot Mr a,nd veltr 'oui; tafliUs and eduoj.'-- o Tlw wustliwury otwiWait of'tlie l!,'jpub- - was, not (ait licriw (ito (wllean,. and of tlvo IXunuviintlo iwirty, mass'.' near uur u'lU.hieiv uul tlw.t (tlve peoplei, pf Voan 'patty leaUeralilp Is claiming that coppviheftd siuikc; whhili was playll.; who ixssld-year, Mr. Irysn the' wp of tlie inpqolat, attunp ,ind th-j- j Mansfield, lllpuley, Durlntf tlw wlUi .tlw inost In- - iiwtsaiy cqnimunltM of only .two United 'Status Senators, Ulxon, Janitor, 'promptly bit ft few hole in ijQl'irn I'leasAnj dllll Cliuroli, this diounty, to the M.III ajtjtanhniieftt, of, tte he (Watched ,lxJy-tl,-- 'lattstmbled ftl KsntUicky miay i at'upllyi jwtth coil, of 'Mont.ani'i, and Poliidcxtcr, of tho nwulwr, ' the Intruding Jiund. Th,e Jwuivi'. inun will titiBO innatJt,' with n vloivtri ancvnUhi- - carjf jan,d Vermannntly get well, but lie' ,luis hud a aylous- - (inn iwlllUiat all t,au,r.Uiclii'"'" hla Itpnie Tuesday and gave ihlm u is.nr at wliiMi; Q(nidljig t,o all revolts, (Lluy The lajw lnz w'liloh of than two dlmuVotui lie ' . . lpi-lay'ally Uinwelves vlhli tlie (1'iojjruaiiilve of ft, tor tha bltu ot a cuinuiiWad' 1 aiv tT.vy muuli In ivied!" maHod aft,r January 1, lOl'J. prim) JiLithOay ;dlluifti-- It .was JU-vlll t)ake. While , It Id i'miriOMlblo to mutter, Tlie jiei'iypn la signed jy. it. C. V'Anc-?,- , party 51th A'.Uitvwsiry and Ills perianal al- no s,mall mattor, Uit.,o)r tiwj ,f;y.'t ti.it" I'a,nt'cU utanips without tlie' jniteJl Dm awUHcal wcrtts of Oi, I, p. Herrll, J, T, M(n. '.Ohwlos VA T.t)o QUlOgo cpnteremce Is pxtptic.b'.l wo syinipittlilzo with, htm lu Ills uffltv'-tlotliU prraiwt jurospcHt would iiidl-a.t- b toclied shall .be ilrtialed as 'Mleld t"r popularity ivooug liU tileuls ontl was attested by,.tlij UMfty V9 would he tcnutted tp say Field, a.YVMuFajJoud to iirjug o.ut tlio f.UJ,t JJnt be,ti!i Mulllkcn. four poJtiiKo." ,1'aieU l.Vst ixwl'.as.es will ti'Oit Iftftore I'rssd'Vnt Wilson ,ti'4hjgf' 'ii iMirj' uiU'oiiiiiltir.6ns.V ot ', flfUvn Hnd twjnty j'neimbtfrs-elcu- t tlvii to llie ttugstlMii mid' h aidlA. V, Davis. " years aim ij)i Mr.' Hrivi avIU ,tte lis be. .mailable only a,t ji)at oftUym. "1 0vitr,MoCI,ieia.ry'.rapU3d: ore itiajly to Jirsufc p,wny tellljfuVe of liutitr ' ,wliu" rdniC'i!" sus'i. was. niavlejo'tciel that unoj Js Homo-timthe Jtou'ita trioroufr,ly at Isitij'j wfcUi Um and with statluiis nad and local' appiucVUfd tills side the great tint I have ivypajw-- . as "09irn6r, to" fipm t5lr old moorings, and cost tivfir hands Into liotejto catoh srpund,"iii'fi.- - ' s may ,be 'd.iaU-- . tho iwlwa'ilp of the party In Qoiufre, nuuvlimd stja,Uouj. " lljin.4ctf.U river, make Mie n'e3ary Investlsatton you fortiui'H with Die tliVrd p'ty. wnu AV'.!tl1l I'l'slitlllt . uated by iho I'oatmustor. Frankfwt Journal. (y 7 U. r w. to Compliance. at-;- ln d t'rti-ilde- fHH-l-dat- It s 1111.1 Ivuhl; 'iat Mr, Ilrynn fan lon nunulit In Inrpirxty with t'leiiN, for It l rn ,mon.ille to '.! ruul o,xpcct wa,ter to ,nilx, a tlt.it Mi. Xlrynn uliall he 1r.11 fr,lon)lly woirklnir tftrn, wJtli Spcaktir Chirk, ,iit.tirlty Lnidrr I'iKlerwnod, of tire Houn;,4 und S9tlt(r y 1mm on, prospoatlve lnIer oml I'lnnnco lO'ih.'rnvan' lii th HihniV. Tlv nollviL ftlir ra Jilm,mw in,n,t aino u KTttutij- - enhanced ,by tho io U?rmltYitin of Ww raiotloninry Intjr-ctjo orce Ilrynn out of iyic,tAMtni!n; fstratfwi (trmivlhi t.ltcht at the oivU.'t, and io him out iturlnir r,i (fi tire tirjn f Mr. Wllion It Is wsnfwliM by' knowing HHWclins plwlse In .Iho Haiti-moUnit Wie platform will ) on almost I'rtWhVont-eW'it linrnlnr to :r Wlhoin, If lie ulloJld UfoMp to sek tann.. It swnis a Itttl?, ,ling to sarin? of Gov. Wilson's trlr.ivls now, but It i'll snow In scrlout,tu4 as it'.ie ftxr 1910 approiic'if., nml l'rsitint V.llsn will to slvo a smrvaVnHly njpil-Ix- r ailnVnlsVRiMon If ,Uo isuccceds In overarimlc? It. Deni-ojratlo nt pirty ATjORDSVILLE TO GOV JOEARY lut I hava retercrf your tltlon to the Uullroxd t!oinniLsslon, (who has powfr to grant ,th,e .relief yoi S3jk." suKtrest, ir TO SHAKE Wbitesville Couple Marry. PLUM TREE Democrats Negro Coal Miner Causes Urge Railroads be Excitement ed Furnish Cars. Lining up at the "Pie Counter" ' ormiiBj , HoU-hvI- ' at kp ane-ten- m re lv Clm-lan- Noi-nibi:- Jpll. er l4ifor,-mi- d m'-sslon w-- . pxn IC.C-v- . l-- i i- niii-an- RTo'i-rirtn- g d fr' ra-- re o ''. . --- J " lit . - nwo-ntu- .' ' ' ,!; orj-.ttfu- es rin-wl- . - , eo-vlt- May-tie-I- i-- ed !. .at-i- in '- - . 1 t!j lili ';;,' .ii I ,ta. ' . consId-.rn,tIo'- clrtll : onq-tpn- , -- , . .i.&w IkS-lf;- ,' l uj iw to,.i.( 7; sHuit-dow- n; id il)ls-trl- r" brt , n. ;, ',..( - -- . "Noi-enib- Tar-Hl- apipi-ale- lw st ' tn-M- '. Cx-grefl- s, rul!-ro- ' id . -- " ' ' ta , jPni'l-tonbu- rg, , - will-no- ' 1 lKrsUr iil , Wii I s , .", Lear,-$1,30- 0.'' g Ja'i-uor- . tlt ul . s i't, k -- 0i .tJvnii'-.wou.ld- nv lisiness. oii-- o ..!. ;" a tjs-alb- le ixt . s. a. Wanli-tngto- n, rulrei . s. u, aP, lx ' es ivn-r- .. -- y " ,.. !.. I...,. i i i iiini'iii r- - r,,v,-r- r1 r., 1 v TO STOP COUNTERFEITING. HEW TARGET FIRING Warships to Fire at Actual Boats Instead of Canvas Orders Ittued to Prepare Three get Vessels. "Washington. Tho Atlantic fleet In target practlco this fall and next BprJng will mako several Important .rinnartnrna. These Include: Wring at actual torpedo boats of canvas targets In night prnc-Who- of the Old Torpedo Craft of the Reaerva Division for Service a Tar-- Firing actual torpedoes, minus explosives, at real Bhlps. Ftrlng on tho old San Marcos wreck at fchort instead of long range. fired Heretofore tho fleet In practice xt ArgetB mado by hoisting screens jof canvas on masts erected on rafts eot ieavy timbers, which were anchor-r- f on the rango at various points, unknown to jadr exact location beingscreens were rthe Tiring vessel. These TKunted dark gray, with a white streak at the foot, supposed to repre--jnv- t tho bow wave of an oncoming Oornedo boat. There were usually four targets. janfl the firing ship was directed to Ptcam along a certain prescribed conrse. At a certain point, marked by anchoring another vessel, brightly lit tap, on tho range, the firing ship was jjcrmltted to turn on her searchlights and "begin hunting for the targets, of which there wero usually two on each rfde. When she found them the ship ftafl a certain numbor of minutes al- rtowad her in which to hit all four tar-ravts. Tho targets this year will be genuine torpedo boats. Orders have been fnnued to prepare three of the old and ouToT-dat- e torpedo craft of tho reserve rtftrlslem for service as target vessels. -They will bo built up amldshlp to give Chin the high free board and as nearly as possible the general appearance ot a modern destroyer, and will be OTlcfl with cork to keep them afloat jib long as possible, even though rid- shells. died with rapid-firOne ship from each class of vessels, itiat Is, ono d'eadnaught, one battleship of the Connecticut class, one of ihc Georgia class, and so on, will do ihe actual firing. The entire fleet will Vorm In column to come on the range. As shown In tho diagram (No. 1) "Wixs point for commencing fire Is nark-aby a station ship. But. to assist In reproducing as nearly as possible the exact scenario of a night engagement, a. flotilla of destroyers will be sent out sffwad of tho fleet to act as a screen, as would be done in time of war, and these destroyers are expected Sjo discover the "enemy" and report aheir presence just as they would real battle conditions. The only 3iCasvnce will be that tho destroyers tlnemselves will not open Are. The guns of the broadside battery -will be allowed five rounds of ammunition apiece for this practice, and in ratJfiltlon a few rounds of the new shrapnel will be distributed for tm fn the turret guns. Shrapnel consists of a thin steel a&cll filled with a great number of steel balls, which are arranged around small charge of powder called the TyaTBtlng charge." A fuse is attached, turned so that Just before the shell Tenches the target it bursts and scat-rJT- 8 the steel bullets. -e d irs-cisely un-Tih --- street. Robert O. Bailey, assistant secretary of the treasury, la trying to compile a list of tho ten greatest men In American history, to carry out a new Idea In tho manufacture of paper money. Under his plan tho face of somo famous American would appear on a certain denomination of bill. His faco and none other would always bo there. It has been the oxperlcnco of the treasury department that bill raisers and counterfeiters always have the most trouble with tho faces of men on tho bills. The now plan would make the raising of a bank note above Its No denomination an impossibility. one could put n beard on the picture of Abraham Lincoln and make it look like that of Grant. As thero aro ten denominations of United States paper currency, Mr. Bailey needs ten famous Americans. He made out a tentative list, and then came another rub. Should tho greatest of the great be placed on tho bills of larger or smaller denomination? Mr. Halley decided that since the smaller bills, although not the more popular, were more frequently handled and wero Infinitely greater In number, they should contain the engravings of the men. Here Is the list as it stands now: George Washington goes on the $1 bill. The next most handled bill Is the one of the S denomination, and Abraham Lincoln is down for It. Jefferson Is slated for the $2 bill. Coming down to more modern men, Cleveland gets tho place on the note; Hamilton, tho father of our financial system, goes on the $20; Jackson, on the $50; Franklin, on the $100; Marshall not Governor Mar shall of Indiana on the $500; Clay on the $1,000, and Grant, on the $10,-00bill, the largest in denomination This list, of course, is only tentative and is subject to change. Under the new plan, wo can expec' to see the words "a ono." "a fiver,' "a fifty," and the like, to become obso let. Instead wo will be paying "e Washington and a Jefferson for a t' pair of shoes, or will be asking fo; change for "a Lincoln." Five ot ten "Grants" would put us in Eas) best-know- n 0 HOW SHE MADE A HIT Really Simple When You the Combination. Young KING OF ITALY ASPIRES TO TITLE OF CAESAR CHINESE ARE POOR SOLDIERS MADE GOOD ON HASH Little Wife Had Doubts About the Matter. Ik, UGl f It haa been announced 1 In 1Imi. trlj.,Mj. Vmmnnnnl Home nt Itnltf Aversion to Being Ordered It One of the Most Prominent Tralta of an Oriental. Tho Clilncao Is a poor soldier. Xn Hint ho Is lacking In courage, for on has decided to as Still sume the title of "Emporor Homo" In of tho as- Woman "Stocked Up" When She Realized She Had to Face a Party of the Literary Highbrows. Dinner a 8ucees, According to Mr. Roberts, but In the Background Emmanuel There Was Mrs. Roberts to owe sume on his Consider, motion tho title Should Victor near future LANDMARK TO GO. Plans for tho erection of a busl ness block at the corner of Twelfth street and New York avenue will re move one of the most memorable landmarks In Washington. The land mark Is a toy store where Presiden' Lincoln was wont to take his littlr son Tad. The same little Jumping jacks, thr same little arks with Noah and hit wooden family, and the same little horses and monkeys occupy the win dows of the toy shop at 120S that avenue, as when, half a century ago It was the favorite resting placo of President Lincoln. It Is the Stuntz- - toy shop, the goal of little Tad Lincoln's desires. Here when the burdens of the greatest war the world ever saw seemed too gfeal even for his broad shoulders to bear the president would go. taking littlr Tad by the hand and stealing forth from the White House by the back way, and here he would forget his cares of state, watching Tad and the genial proprietor exploiting the various toys, oftentimes taking a hand in the play himself. TO A8K FOR $13,000,000. BEAUTIFUL LANTERN SLIDES. -- bound to be of benefit in public bo copied abroad. Unteresting teaching In nature study rjod ootany Is taught by Miss Susan d tSipe In the public schools and In a lecture with colored lantern slides. They are the most things the writer ever saw. The slides contain pictures of tulips, several species of Iris and .ilto orchids. Other lantern slides ?lve you hollyhocks, stocks, cherries, juVtarla, asters, chrysanthemums and many others of the same class. The first complete exhibition of theso flow-jtTwas held In a lecture at the agricultural department, with Jack at the lantern and Mr. E. L. CnuidaH. photographer of the bureau nf plant industry, who took tho photographs nnd mado the slides. Theso slides were photographed from the growing plants and many of them rolored from tho same models. Tho olorlst is Mrs. Catherine Mayo It Is Impossible to describe ho inflnlto caro with which tho work taa been dono nor how exquisite these blossoms nro ns presented on nho filldcs. Usually It would be a wonderful help to tho schools of the country If they could bo supplied with similar collections. At tho exhibition chlch was given some 30 or 40 dopnrt-rnen- t experts nnd specialists worn jrresent, and they wero united in de--! rlarlng these lantern slides a splendid tud for young children especially, "1 sat the agricultural department which schools and ought to A very beautiful work Is being done demon--srtrate- fi Appropriation of $13,000,000 will be asked of congress this year to cover Last year the District's expenses. $12,429,935 was asked, but congress cut the estimates to $10,675,833.50 About $150,000 will have to be pruned from various estimates by the commissioners during the next tew days. The budget was in the hands of the secretary of the treasury by October 16. The largest item Is the amount asked for public schools. The board of education and tho commissioners agreed that $3,100,000 would be the smallest amount to be demanded for the educational systom. This includes an item of $250,000 for beginning the construction of the new Central High school at Eleventh and W streets northwest, tho total cost of which is estimated at $1,250,000. About will be asked for the board of charities. Supplying Relic Hunters. The relic hunter Is still abroad In tho land and his desire for the unique Is fully met by several factories In this and other countries whose business Is to supply the demand of those who will not bo "satisfied until they get It." Tomahawks by the thousands aro turned out In Kaunas City and are sent to the Indian reservations In the west, where they are sold to tourists, especially to foreign tourists. The manufactured article is said to look more archaic than the tomahawk mado by hund. There Is a relic factory at Valley Forge that runs night and day at this season turning out In a continuous stream broken swords and rusty gunbtocks, pepperbox pistols, corroded bullet?, haverkneo breeches, sacks and other relic3 dear to the tourist's . heart. blood-stained shot-riddle- d Hll-"He- Rich-ivrflFo- KINGURD EXONERATED. or species of flycatcher which Inhabits' jvretty nearly every part of tho United' States. The kingbird has been under Indictment In many secttons as a de-- ' Mtroyer of bees and a foo to apiarists. Department of agrlculturo exports fully exonerato tho bird of tho chargo1 it being a destroyer. They say that fclUs only tho drones and the uso- Vess bees, and is therefore a boon to raisers, a Xfccle Sf.m hai Kra.it'XJ a certlflcntn ond character to :ho kingbird,! sometimes known ns Jho be mn.-lln. Family of Prominence. A monument has Jiwi been uavelled bearing t'-A Itocklenburg-Schwurlfollowing lutorstlng inscription: "To tho Knight Godefsr von Bulows. authentic ancestor r an tno UuIowb." The family has given Germany many distinguished son, Including not only but nlso Hans von '"" Bulow, the pianist, tho first husband of Mlno- - Coslrua Wagner, and they all e claim to bo cousins, more or lean n s dls-.beI taut Her fluffy golden hair and a pair "Whcro afo you, Francos?" Homo," ho will Insix, nnd Paul had of dimples didn't look the least bit It was half-pas- t vest himself with literary, nevertheless tho highbrows a d 0 s I g n a tlon just returned from business. As no ono by ono dropped out of tho con that even Julius answer came he repeated his call. test with her, ceased to spout poetry , "I've brought Roberts home to dinCaesar, Its first and only could sit humbly around wearer, took only ner with me. Whore are jou?" gazing In wondor at the wealth of her after it had oeen voted him by the "In my room," camo u muffled knowledge of belles lettres. Even her senate. And If there Is nnythlng In a volco from above, and Paul, with a most Intimate friend, when tho studio name, tho Italian monarch will push word of e.xcuso to Ills guest, bounded party was over and they were home- farther Into tho center of history's up the Btnlrs. ward bound, said: "I had no Idea you spotlight than Tiberius and Claudius, "Are you sick? Is anything tho knew so much about books and writ- who, politicians of acumen, refused to matter?" ho asked breathlessly, pushprefix "Emporor" to their names. ing open the door. ers." Were "I don" responded Miss Fluff Frances met him with n tragic faco. Home nllvoand should Emmanuel take tho field perpromptly and shamelessly. "No, I am not sick, but for tho "Butr why you know more than sonally and administer a thorough love of mercy, why did you bring all those peoplo' put together. They whipping to tho Turk, 'he tltlo un- that man to dinner without sending all had to quit trying to talk about doubtedly would come to him In due mo word?" literature for fear you would see how course by the hand nt the comltla Paul's countenance assumed tho curlata. hangdog look peculiar to tho huslittle they know." In tho earliest usage the title first band who has brought home unex"Want to know how I did It?" Miss Fluff was ot an obliging disposition, was awarded magistrates. In strict- pected company nnd found It Inconas dimples usually are. "It's quite ness It was more an epithet than a venient. slmplo when you understand. I went title. Toward the end of tho Roman "I Just met him coming out on the to a public library station, found a republic, however, it hnd become train and ho seemed forlorn said nice girl who didn't look too tired rather a special title of honor be- ills wife was nway " and told her I'd give her a dollar to stowed by tho acclamation of a victor"I wish yours was, Paul. There's make me up as long a list as she ious army on their general, or b not n thing for him to eat!" could afford for the money of the vote ot the senate for distinguished "What wero we going to havo?" least known authors In the world, services. "Corn beef hush I know you don't Tho last man to wear the Imperial mind It for dinner onco in a while " sprinkling in a few quotations. Then I went to a man I know who writes crown of Rome with any degrco ol "No vegetables?" "Yes, of course, stupid! Rice and book notices for a publishing house legitimacy was Romulus Augustulus, 1 and got a list from h,m of books that who assumed it A. D. 175, nnd beset But hash for dinner; are hardly off the press yet. That by the barbarian Invader, was glad can't put a man down to that!" to cast It asldo In the same year. was to make me seem terribly "I'll bet Roberts would lovo It!" I studied real hard one night "I don't enro If ho would! Thereafter many adventurous per I'd be on those two lists when I knew I was sons, by various rough and uncouth mortified to death to havo any one to do this studio party, for I didn't means, managed to establish them know wo hnd hash for dinner!" want those highbrows to have any- selves for brief periods In the Eternal "Well, I wouldn't! What's good thing on me. When they spoke of City and dub themselves emperors enough for mo Is good enough for Maurlco Hewlett I said, you may re- but most of them chared tholr powei Roberts or anyone else. Why, Franmember, that he had taken many of j wun representatives of "tho people," ces! You're not going to cry?" bis ideas from Iugomar Devrelll of as denoting their personal followers "How do jou know I'm not?" tho 12th century. Such was Louis the Bavarian, whe quavered Frances. "I could do It "I don't know a thing in the world in 132S, after whipping Henry VII.. without any trouble nt nil " "Come, dear, don't bo silly. I'll about Hewlett nor if there really managed to have himself proclaimed was such a person as Ingomar Dev- emperor, but whose turbulent Inctuu tell Roberts you'ro not well nnd take him out somewhere nnd get a bit " relll, but neither do these highbrows. bency was a matter only of months "You won't do anything When they mentioned Mrs. Humphry of the sort," said Frances, dabbing a little Ward I languidly referred to that reFOREIGN MINISTER OF powder on her reddened nose. "If markable woman of the Alexandrian library, Flavella Somolla. Of course RUSSIA VISITS ENGLAND you can stand that hash I'll try to honr l there nover wa3 such a person. In "Is tneri' enough of It?" fact, the wilder I became In my state The Russian minister for fornlcn nt ments the safer I was, for nobody fairs arrived In London on the eve "ni I,ave BO"'o poached eggs on top present knew enough to trip me up, ning of Friday 0I u l0 ne,M out- I soon become quite Independent of ",s thlB wllat ou ca" a P'ck-udin- September 2C At uiy list, except, uio new uooks. n,veii he allchtcd from nur anu Pig'ze for?" asked Mr. those, however, were too new for the his saloon at Vic Roberts nn hour later. "I consider it highbrows, so I think I gave them all toria a man. a banquet." the run for their money they will The meal had begun with tomato standing within a want for some time, don't you think? few feet of him soup, continued with the It's very easy to do literary talk if held aloft a white hash and vegetables, followed by you don't get scared. Same with art placard on which brandied peaches and wafers Franand music. Just get the lingo and was printed. "Rus- ces having raided her emergency cuthe names of a few pictures and arsia must evacu- pboardand concluded with black coftists that nobody knows anything ate Persia if she fee. "Hardly a banquet xlth hash as the about and you can make the biggest wishes for Engkind of a hit." New York Press. land's friendship." principal dish!" laughed Francos. Hk"Hfl'H and at the same "I'm not so sure of that!" returned Has Unique Spider Web. time shouted Mr. Roberts. "If my wife could mako The largest spider web In the "Down with Russia! Clear out or such hash as yours I'd Insist upon having it for company dinners!" Down with Russia!" world was spun not by a spider, but Persia! The "Now, aren't you ashamed you by human hands. It stands on the demonstrator was promptly removed lawn of a Chicago man's country from the platform. On the following cried?" teased Paul, after their guest home, and is of such tremendous size day, M. Saronoff, with the Russian had gone. "I didn't really cry I only sniffed. as to startle the passer-b- y when he ambassador In London, visited Sir Edward Grey at the foreign office. On And your friend, Roberts, may say first Bees it. The creator of this interesting odd- the same evening the British foreign what he pleases, but I bet his wife ity conceived the idea of attempting minister left for Scotland. M. Sazonoff, will sniff .In a different way when she to see how closely an actual spider's Baron von Schilling, and Count Beck- - hears we gave him hash for dinner! web could be reproduced with rope. endorff started for Balmoral on the But I don't caro, so long as you are Selecting two Immense trees on the following Sunday evening; arrived at satisfied. If you sniffed I mnMn't lawn of his home, be spun between Baliater on the Monday evening, and stand It!" Los Angeles Express. them this spider's web, 40 by 60 feet, drove to Balmoral castle in motors Why He Refuted a Ralae. which is bo strong that a boy may sent for them by the king. Sir EdCongressman Lamb of Virginia has easily climb to the center or top ot ward Grey, who bad broken his JourIt, ney, arrived at the same time. It is an old "befo' de wah" darky working The web faces the .main thoroughgenerally assumed that the "conver- on his place, whom he pays a dollar a fare which passes the house, and is sations" are concerned chiefly with day. The old man Is not very fond of one of the most fascinating country the Interests of Great Britain and work, and loses a day very often beground decorations ever seen. The Russia in Persia, and also with the cause ot his alleged Infirmities. The other day tho congressman told spinner could not attain the minutenear east problems. him he was gng to raise his wages ness of the actual spider's work, but from $6 a week to $7. The old darky came so near to it that the llision is Filipino Matrimonial Agency. emphatically refused tho raise, nnd almost perfect. The uniqueness of We observed that at night all the when his boss asked him why ho anthe undertaking catches and fascin- Igorrote unmarried women occupied a swered: ates every eye. large hut near the center of the vil"It's lak dls, MIstor John. When I lage. They call this Institution nn loses a day from work now, I kin How He Saved the Day. oleg. It Is a sort of social hall, whore count mah money; Three bright young men were the young peoplo of tho tribe meet at a raise an' I loses a but If I you gib mo spending their vocation in camp, and night to do their courting. When an how much I'so got day. won' know comin' tuh me." they had agreed to draw lots to de- Igorrote girl takes a fancy to a par- Judge. which one should do tho cook- ticular man. she will steal his spear, termine ing. It was also agreed that If anyWhen the Punster Announcet. or shield In fact, any portable chaone should complain about tho food, tteland hide It In the olng. To reTho story was told of tho late Jusho should bo required to take the cover his property the young man, of tin McCarthy Mr. Punch's cook's place. In the drawing, Slash- course, must go In person to identify MacIIearty" of tho English "Jestln officer young doctor, lost, and cheer- it. So all Igorrotes er, the look on tho olag who, nt a reception In Dublin castle, fully Bet about his culinary du- as the natural matrimonial bureau of announced the man who claimed to ties. tho tribe. And once the Igorroto man have made his riding breeches ob When the toast was placed on the and woman aro thus mated, they ob- "Major Rldolng Bridges." tablo McAfee, the law student, gave it serve tho marriage bonds as faithfully But this was nothing to the cruel a look and yelled: as they are kept in countries where caso of Count Paravlclnl, who, nt an "Ye gods and little fishes! This the ceremony Is not so simple. Chris- assembly in Paris, was ushorod in by toast is burned to a charcoal on one tian Herald. the flunkey as "Monsieur lo Comto de sldo." Then', recollecting the penalty Paul et Vlrglnle!" In storo for complalners, he hurried In a London drawing room, too, A Harmless Scrape. to say: "But that's the very way I on Count Beust, tho Austrian ambassaThe trap drummer chuckled Joyful- dor, was onco fine, fine!" The Pathlike It. though announcod to his hostly. finder. ess as "Count Beast," and ho was fol"Gona be some fun In a minute," lowed by his German colleague, he said. Near Biography of a Great Man. Munster, bb "Count Monster." "Wbasa matter?" asked tho trom- Count subject of this sketch was born The of poor but honest parents. As a bonist. Hla Need of the Clock. As soon as he could compose hlmnolf youth ho worked In a grocery store A younb man In Washington, who for $7 a week until he owned the sufficiently the trap drummer replied: many mouths ago hung up his shingle, "I just rubbed soap ou tho bass fid- "attorney at law," had not yet store. In tho meantime, llko many been another young man, he fell In with dler's bow." overwhelmed with clients. A friend, dlssoluto associates aud learned to eutorlng the office the other day, obHowever, ho eventually gamble. Convincing Argument. served on the desk a cheap alarm ,nadQ Up his mind that there was A clock. fhlriKn nnlr find n TnnnnA nothing In being a cheap crook, and waIter 6Qrved Father Vaughn "Taking It home, eh?" he observed. at an ... .. . .. .. osan tho study of law, nnd was In AiasKan ainner wun caribou steak, "Good thing this time of year. Every-ono'- s due time admitted to the bar. Twen- moose tenderloin, leg or mountain liable to oversleep these morn--' ty years later he was elected to the sheep, wild duck, salmon, crabs and lngs." United States senate. Thus wo see brook trout. After that and a few Tho lawyer smiled. "I'have not what ambition, coupled with a knowlother things he decided tho United purchased this clock for the reason of poker and an Inkling of the edge States drove a good bargain when it you mention. I bought it to wake ma law. can accomplish. up whei It's time to go home." purchased Alaska for $7,000,000. egg-plan' p egg-toppeI I "Emporor of occasions ho cheerfully sells himself, ns BUlMtltuta and goes willingly to tho executioner's nx In order to pro vldo his purentB with tho ntnatl sum, necessary to siiport tlmm through llfi ,; writes II. II. Windsor in Popular Mechanic. Tho strength of un army la' In teamwork, nnd hero Is where he falls on account of his aversion to bo ' Ing ordered. ThU Is found lu his do mcstlc nnd Industrial work. A goner al lino of policy or desired rosultH can bo laid down and ho will faithfully work In nccoidnncn therewith, but ho dislikes to bo followed up through tl:n details or tno won; wun iroquoni or dors. Ho will produce excellent resultsbut they must bo uccompHMiol In his own way. Ilenco tho essence of gootl militarism prompt nnd mi' questioned obedience comes In direct conflict with his nature,, ami makes him a poor soldier. However, this trait Is not entirely wanting in other nationalities, as every busliiosn man knows to his sorrow, nnd tho difficulty of getting employes to do 11 thing In the proscribed way Is ono of tho constant anxieties. WHO WANTS TO OCCUPY IT? English Hotels Seem to Have Queer Idea at to the Popularity of a Hearse. vertising their houses, and ono of tho 111 oat singular of these methods Is tho statement in their ndvertlsonionta that tho hotel Is equipped with a hearse! Inasmuch n the American hotelkoeper Is only looking for "llvo ones." It I not of record that hcarsoti have boon used ns attractions In this country n yet. Ono of tho English catering Journals In speaking of this custom, recently Bald: "We have on several occasions commented upon the uncanny mixing up of the funeral tratlic business with hotel keeping an unholy combination to bo met with In some northern parts of Ireland. Apropos, hero Is an enticing advertisement from a Sllso paper calculate ed to bring quite a rush of guests anxious to tost tho accommodation: 'Mrs. - , proprietress of the hotel, begs to aunounco that she has added to her establishment a glass hoarse.' " Steam for the Soil. For a year or two past certain growers of tomatoes, cucumbers nnd simi lar vegetables for the London market have been Injecting stenm Into the soil with a view to destroying Insects nnd slugs. It Is reported that tho plan works very well for that puriwse, but tltu operation brought to light nn unexpected fact nwoly, that the soil thus treated Increased greatly in fertility; so greatly, indeed, that tho ordinary amount of mnnuro cunnot bo used afterward. This effect has been explained as being due to tho sterilization produced by tho steam, which kills the phagocytes or protozoa which In ordinary circumstances keep down the number of bacteria In the soil whose operations aro beneficent In turning organic nitrogen Into plant food. Harper'a Weekly. Force of Habit An attache at tho stateliouso has a nose which slightly tu'rna to tho left, nnd when asked why, replies It turns that way from force of habit. "Habit?" somo ono asked ono day, other side" have peculiar ways of Somo of tho hotolkcopers "on tho ad- "how can a nose havo a habit?" "The nose didn't," was tho reply, "but I did. When I was a boy my noso naturally turned to tho right. It me and I was guyed about it so much that I decided I would pull it straight. So I began to draw my left hand across it in the hopo 1 could straighten It. Tho motion becamo a habit. I did It when In school. In church, nnd my mother said I did It when asleep. Before I could stop tho habit I hnd tho end of my noso pulled over to tho other Bide, and I decided to let It stay that way." Indianapolis News. yura bill for tho diplomatic nnd consular sorvlco ot tho United States tliero is Included an item for tho actual oxpemso of renting a prison at Shanghai, China, for Amcr leans convicted In tho United States court for China. In the statutes tho placo of confinement in Shanghai U designated a "prison," nnd as thero Is but ono placo provided It servos both ns a penitentiary nnd a Jail. This prison consists of ono smull back room In a private building, in tho watl of which tliero Is a holo through which tho prisoner lu supplied with food, the Jailer being a clerk In tho United States consulate ut Shanghai. liar weeKiy.-- , Our Jail In China. In tho annual appropriation Mine Own. "How long would you bo willing to wait for mo?" sho asked, In tones so low ho could scarculv r.ntrh tin wnr.la And then sho wcut on: "You know! uuurge, my miner has recently invested In a ellver mine, and lie Is going thero at onco. nud I cannot lenvn mnMi. er alouo. So I nBk you again, aoorgo,',,' u mini wumii jou 00 willing to wait, ' for me?" "Wait for you, my darHntf?" repeat-- , ed Georgo, for hla wuh no fleeting lovo. "I will wait for you until wo leant how tho Ellver mluo turns out." -- fWvv'i-'- imhfi, w ft 1sfSyip1SI ysy nti ' ii'wtniniitA. HW nil rvtimnni I.,, ! in in J . f' in ? - Sli' pwi twniii t fTWrtci-T wwum ti 'jvsinwiwftjr """ w M'v-f- -.- tjiHwrXu-aW!5Wf v4? I' - iSTW "Hljnc'-ilT- - - irwi V irTfT' "Hr'A"' - '"- nMnppw ' BBTY" r1 w'- ST - fc .y'K LOOKING TOWARD OLD AGE ome Reflection! at to a Record That . Cornea to the Majority of GREEK QUEEN IN PLEA TO WOMEN OF AMERICA Gordon Itose, special correspondent of tho Chlcngo .American, wires Ills pa FRIDAY AMERICA'S llUCKY DAY Old Belief Certainly Can Not Be Said to Have Held Good in the I RUDOLPH SPRECKELS A WEALTHY FOE OF GRAFT Slnco tho conviction of Abo Ruet nnd his nssoclntes In San Francisco, Cal., on charges of political cor ruption and municipal graft. Ru'"m fS ' dolph Sprockets become has a leading figure In fights tho for purer politics In many largo cities In the United It was States. detectives In his employ who unlavBssVBBBBLiBessi covered Ruef and his methods and It was his cash that backed the prosecution of the case. Mr. Spreckels Is a son of Claus Spreckels, who built up a great fortune In the sugar business, which figured recently In the Investigation of the Sugar trust Ho Is a brother of John D. Spreckels, who Is Identified with a great many enterprises in San Francisco and along tho Pacific coast and is owner of tho San Francisco Call. Mr. Spreckels Inherited much of his wealth but even now, In addition to his business, he finds much time to devote to politics and to the driving out of crooks and gratters wherever they may be found. Condensed Statement of Condition of Tin: Mankind. Whether long life bo n bloBfllnj? or not God alone, enn determine, who alono knows what Irnsth It Is llko to run, and how It In llko to bo attended., Socrates used to Bay that It wns pirns-nn- t to grow old. with good health and a good friend; nnd ho might have a mnn may ha content to llvo while ho Is no troubloto himself or fronds; but after that. It Is hard It no bo not content to die. In life, as In wine, ho that will Mrlnk It good, must not draw It to tho dregs. Whcro this happens, ono comfort of ago may be, that whereas prounger men nro usually In pnln whenever they arc not In pleasure, old men find n sort of pleasure whenever they aro out of pain; and as young men often lose or Impair their present enjoyments by craving after what Is to come, by vain hopes or fruitless fenrs, so old men relieve tho wants of their ago by pleasing reflections upon what Is past. Therefore, men In tho health nnd vigor of their lives should endeavor to fill their lives with reading, with travel, with tho best conversation, and tho worthiest actions, either In public or private station; that they may bavo something agreeable left to feed on when they aro old, by pleasing remembrances. rea-eone- I K RATS SETTLE AN OLD SCORE In Number They Mutilate a Vellum Copy of Browning's "Pled Piper of Hamelln." ' Rats invaded Wall street a few nights k aim ; of tho Tied Piper of Hamelln. In that jtocm. It will bo remembered, tho rats Mo not have a very good reputation. So far as known, this la tho first caso of retaliation by the rata against Browning for tho hard tilings ho accused them of. George D. Smith, a dealer in rare books, discovered tho evidences of tho fray early one morning. Tho particular volumo of tho Pled Piper upon which the rata vented their spito was an unusually hand-aomcopy printed on vellum and Illustrated with quaint viows of the Piper and tho army of rats In his wako wending their way to tho river. Tho borders Illustrations and decorated were by Harry Quitter, and tho book waa printed in London in 1S98. It is not a rare book, but Is a choice edition of tho "Pled Piper," and very few have ever been printed on vellum. iTho volume was on a shelf with Borne other vellum booka In Mr. Smith's chop. All edges of the book from top to bottom wcro nibbled down close to tbe printed text and It is a curious fact that one or two falls of tho rata 'In the decorated borders have been o' sault upon Itobcrt llrowniug's ago and made n vicious as- poem 'eaten t XV off. 1 A r VK Arts and Crafts Idea. have all seen very attrnctlvo bits of Jewelry mado from gold or colnB by having the background space etched away, leaving only tho bead and the encircling rim with a few little connecting bars. The same Idea can be carried out by using for the head a little silhouette portrait, mado by posing the subject against a bright sky through' a window In aroom, darkened all except that one window, then 'taking a snapshot. A camera taking a picture two inches by three is largo .'enough nnd tho whole head should bo less than an inch. Tnko several pictures until a good outline is obtained. A baby's head is exquisite and dono In silver would be a beautiful scarfpln. For such a pin hnvo only tho head without an encircling rim. A mother's .baby's head In gold would make a .pendant that would bo a great treas ure. For a man who has two Bmall sons I nm planning cuff links, each link to have nt ono end a "different" ,boy, tho other end of tho link, of course, to bo the usual duraboll. Deell-iv- lineator. 8lmple Dimple. She had a dlmplo In each chock a 'deep, dainty, loving, kissable, delicious ,dlmple. '"Ahl" exclaimed the young fool. "how I wish I had dimples llko that;" nd he reached out his bund and pat-e- d E" them softly. s The maiden smiled until the wero a hundred times lovelier Ithan before, and the youth waa comHo took her for pletely captured. idrlves in the park. Then ho took her ito a hotel and treated ber to a din-tisuch as visiting princes indulge lin at the expense of tho government. (Next they went to the theater and occupied a box, and after that they ought out a eesr cafe. And alnce then he has had two dish Iples, two deep, cavernous, empty din pies, one In each aide of bis purse, and. they will stay there until next pay day. dim-Iple- er ,' Stone Microbes. The decay of building stones, aft cording to more than one authority, is mot due to wind action or other suiv face influence, but to internal dials- Jtegratloa resembling wood rot, and this Is ascribed by some to a low organism like the fungi and the molds that causa the decay of vegetable sub, stances. A cure has been found for the stone disease, or at least a form of treat- fwent that diminishes its ravages. The stones are treated with germicides, the best of which appears to be a mixture of sulphate of copper solution with bichloride of mercury and I I United State. per from Athens "I The? Kcnernl belief thnt Friday Is a ns follows: lind tho good for- day of ill luck Hnd Its origin In tho tune to travel on history of Christ, the crucifixion takthe stennier Praga ing plnce on that day. Friday, however, by mnny has been from Ilrlndlsl to Corfu with her held to bo n lucky day, as In Scotland majesty, the it is a favorite day for weddings. Friqueen of Greece, day has been n peculiarly lucky day from whom I ob- in tho history of America It was on tained an excl- Friday, August 3, 1402, that Columbus usive statement. set sail on his voyage of discovery, Her majesty trav- and Friday, October 12, that he first eled with her ususighted land; Frldny, November 2 1493, that he reached Hlspaniola on al lack of ostenta tion and was ac- his second voynge; Friday, .lunc 13, companied only by ono lady in wait1404, that he reached the continent of ing nnd a courier. America. It waa many years Blncc I had scon Somo other cvcntsaklng place on her, and I thought I could recognize In that day in America were the Battle her strong, thoughtful face new lines, of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775; Saraperhaps, from tho worries and cares of toga surrendered October 17, 1776, tho past few weeks. Queen Olga, who and It wns also on Friday, July 17, Is an aunt of tho czar, carries herself 1776, that the motion was mado that ns one would expect a queen. Altho United Colonies of America are though dressed somberly in black, the and ought to be free and independent. only touch of lightness was her gray hair and tho natural brightness of her face, which was Illuminated by her HOW THE POLKA ORIGINATED smllo of recognition. Queen Olga spoke freely and deBohemian Servant Danced About the clared that as a devout Christian she Kitchen to Lighten Her Work, had a message for tho women of and Composer Noticed. Christendom throughout the world. Women Student In Germany. She said: Tho origin of the polka has Just Nowhere In the world have the uni"Greece does not fear to throw her- been discovered. It is said on good versities a more masculine outward self into the scale. She does not fear authority that the dance originated in aspect than In Germany, and yet, If we for what she may lose, nor has she one of the little villages of Dohemla, may Judge by recent statistics, femln-lnlsany hope of territorial aggrandizewhere a servant, tiring of her work, in is surely gaining ground even In ment. Greece, like the other Ilalkan tho kitchen, thought to make it lighter these strongholds. It is now only four Hates, has a solemn duty, that of by dancing around the kitchen and years since women were by law alChrlBtlan wjomen and children singing at the same time. The mis- lowed to study at German universities. and men suffering tho barbarities of tress of tho house overheard her and Now they represent five per cent of the Turkish misrule. It Is a strange called her Into the parlor, where Bhe incorporated students. Berlin counts phase of history that has made Greece was asked to dance tho peculiar step 845 (by far the largest number) ; Bonn, the champion of Christendom, whilst over again. A musician by the name 255; Goettingen, 224; Munich, 188; the great powerful Christian nations of Keruda was present and he some Heidelberg, 165; Freiburg, 149; Bres-lastand aside, but this Is not a question time later wrote music for the step. 134, and Lelpslc, 103. To this of politics it Is a question of human- The nnme pofka comes from the Czech total it Is necessary to add nearly ity. language, meaning halt step. 1,800 unattached Btudents, making the "War can hold no horrors as bad In 1830 the polka was introduced grand total of women students In Geras those of peace under the Turkish Into Vienna nnd it mnde a great suc- many 4,500. The majority are Proflag. There will be many families in cess. The writers of the popular mu testants or Jews. Very few are Cathodestitution because those breadwinsic of the day adapted it Immediately ' lics. The courses of study most in ners who have not carried the colors to their work. The polka was danced favor with them are philosophy and have come forward as volunteers. on the stage In Paris for the first time history. ,. There will be many widows, many at tho Odeon in 1840, and from the Honeymoons. women weeping for sons who will not stage it passed to the drawing room. An Englishman and his wife have come back. Privation and perhaps recently had a honeymoon, the second starvation will be added to the empty since their marriage. They left the Don't You Remember? chair of him who comes home no babies at home and went to the place The love of reminiscence is more. they went on the day they were In us. We do not need to have where will do all she can to aid "Greece long as they years in order to possess it. married and stayed as her people in distress, but Greece Is length of could stand It They didn't like It at o small and the distress Is so vast All we need to have is a consciousness They didn't see how they'd manthat her women will sell their Jewels of the past aa past. Some years ago all. on their previous honeymoon aged and finery to provide for the stricken. a little friend of mine, then four years ( without the children! In short, the Just as they did In the last war. It old, attained a new phrase, "Don't you ' changed and honeymooning the women of the great Christian na- remember?" I say "attained." because times had their way of thinking any wasn't to tions who are not asked to sacrifice It was evident that she had not only longer. Honeymoons do read well. their men In this latter day crusade enlarged her field of expression by a1 We hear about people going on them new word, but that Bho had enlarged would but sacrifice the smallest fracand we think we'd rather like to go tion of their comforts and luxuries for her field of experience by a new sensa- along. Or go again. But If we did a few weeks, then the men would fight tion the sensation of reminiscence.. really,"l think going again would be with lighter hearts, knowing that their ior,tne pnruHe, uuui juu icmcu.-- . almost as bad as going along! I ber?" always ushered In a story out guess dear ones are not starving at home. the English couple sized it up "Greeks throughout the world are of her small past, some event of the correctly. There's no "Backward, filled with enthusiasm. Prom all over preceding winter or summer, some turn backward, oh! time, in thy Europe and Egypt and even America glimpse of history in which she had flight!" No chance of a second honevery Incoming ship brings a load of been actor witness. It was always ut- eymoon. Unless we get a second husparlota. Their enthusiasm Is solid. tered with shining eyes and a flush ol band or a second wife. They do not cheer or sheut on this delight, which deepened if I was able grim business. They take It earnest- to catch her remlniscenco and recogly. If the enthusiasm and grit of the nize and enjoy It with her. Yet the Much Like Human Life. things remembered were very simple poor man who risks his all means anyA tree does not die of old age. It a drive, a walk, a kitten, a child wa- accumulates Infirmities with the years thing, then there la food for reflection tering his garden or falling down. The and has many diseases. It may starve In the question of how much civilizapleasure came, clearly, not from the or die of thirst; caterpillars may eat tion has borrowed from Greece." original quality of the experience, but its foliage, scale bugs suck Its juices, from the very act of remembering. She beetles tunnel under the bark, scab, Helps a Judge In Bad Fix was lasting the pure pleasure of remi- rust, molds, rot, blight, may prey Juntlce, i:il Cherry, of UIIIIk MI!R niscence. Watching her, I fell to won- upon it. The wind is also an enemy. dering what was the precious quality Peeling the bark of the birch does not Tenn., v,is pUilny worrlul. A bad sore of this pleasure whose flavor.' she was, kill It. The lumbering season Is over on Us lcs luid bafi'IeU seveiul doctois beginning to tasto. Atlantic Monthly. when the sap begins to stream upward, as wood cut "In the sap" is lia''1 lwsUUpd till roJiiedks. and Ions ble to decay. A sugar maple in three thought It was u cance-r,Change In the Postman. , he .w.iote. weeks yields of tta life's blood to tho This small bov. three nnd one-hal- f "At last 1 uhciI llucklpn'H Arnica Salvo, extent of 25 gallons (70 drops falling years old, was accustomed to meet' hlch bolls down to a and wus completely cuipd." Cunea burns, the postman and get the letters for! every minute), less than five pounds of sugar. liollx, ulcere, ciitx, lirulws and piles, -- i the family. He and the postman were little The trees are not Injured If properly cents at all drUKiilsta. friends and the' postman always had a treated, nor exhausted by being bored smile and pleasant word for him. too much or at the wrong time. But one morning when the postman came around he neither smiled a word to Curiosity Seen at Sea. Woman Finally Recovers at tho boy nor said letters overhim; A large tree, fully leaved out and the he Just handed the gate to him and passed on, which was with its branches all alive with birds From Nervous Breakdown Impoverished nerves destroy many a great surprlso to tho boy. The fact of gay plumage, was seen floating in was that this was another postman, the sea 100 miles from any land,, acpeople before their time. Often before a sufferer realizes what the taking that morning the place of the cording to officers and passengers of trouble is, lie is on the verge of a regular man on this route, but tho the steamer LImon, recently arrived It small boy waBn't quite old enbugh to at Boston from Jamaica. The treo complete nervous breakdown. is of the utmost importance to keep realize it. This new postman wore was encountered off the west coast of yoqr nervous system in good conunh'orm, carried the same Cuba. About thirty feet of it was the dition, as the nerves are the source bag, same was Just like the other man in clear abovo the water line, and It of all bodily power. Mrs. Anna Kounz, 211 Mechanic St., Pueblo, every way, except as to his face. But stood upright as If embedded in tho certainly that was different, aa tho ocean bottom. The officers of tho Colo., says: "For many years I suffered from small boy could see, and so when be steamer were of the opinion that tho nervous prostration; I was unable carried in the letters this morning he tree went afloat In a caveln on some shore line and retained sufficient soil to do any house work and doctors announced to the family: "Our postman has got a new head." and rocks entwined In Its roots to failed to help me. Remedies I tried from druggists did not do serve as ballast. me a particle of good. A neighbor -- l No Mors Bats for Him. told my husband about Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Mrs. Greenwald, who Is an enthuDr. Miles' Nervine siastic attendant at all the camp meet-lug- s with I.OCAI, AVPL1CATION8, as thy and he procured a bottle. After the and revivals that happen in ber can nnt wyicjj the avat or the tHiwai first few doses I showed a marked speaking to Cutnrrh U a blood or constitutional disimprovement and after taking two neighborhood! had been bottles I was entirely cured. 1 have a friend of a certain popular evangelist ease, anil In ponlor to cure It you must been perfectly well for years and whom she greatly admired. take Internal romeOles. Hall's Catarrh "His eloquence Is perfectly wonder-full- " Cure Is taken Internally, nnd acts dicannot praise Dr. Miles Nervine said she, "and when you con- rectly on too highly." the blood and mucous sutfac.i. If you are troubled with loss of sider what he sprang from" appetite, poor .digestion, weakness, Is a reformed tough, isn't be?" Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quaek medl "He inability to sleep; if you are in a broke In the friend. cine. It was piesorlbed by one of Uie general run down condition and country for in tills "Yes, yes," eagerly. "He used to best pliyalclana unable to bear your part of the years and .J a a regular prescription. be a baseball star." daily grind of life, you need someIt is composed of tlvu bpst tonics known thing to strengthen your nerves. combined with Ute U(t blood purifier. You may not realize what is the matCompleting the Course. ter with you, but that is no reason actbiK directly on the mucous eurlacn. i "Now," said the professor, "when why you should delay treatment. In act The pei feet combination of the two tew lessons I you have taken a, Dr. Miles' Nervine Is what produces such wonder ing, l IU1UK 1 can cuauueuu uu m m disful rcaulta In curln Catarrh, Send far has proven iM value in ner'ous highly competent dentist." orders for thirty years, and merits "What do I want with lessons in testimonials free. a trial, no matter how many other K. J, QHENKY & CO., Piop.. acting?" remedies have failed to help you. Toledo, O. "After you have assured a patlast If first bottl Sold by all druoolsts. fall to benefit your money li returned. that you are not gelpg to hurt him, Bold by Druggist, price TSc. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. you must show great skill In displayTake Halls' 'Family Fills for consti ing grief and surprise when be yells." pation. .. . a J :. ppsw I Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. At the Close of Business June 29, 1912. RESOURCES. Loans and Discount9.$197,018.36 Cash in Safe 11,948.43 Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Dividend No. 30 .$25,000.00 27,822.10 1,250.00 227,742.51 , Deposits Overdrafts RealEstate.Furniture and.Fixtures Total 540.33 2,000.0p $281, 81464 Total $281,814.64 w i; The Only Bank in the County on the Honor Roll, Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARNARD, President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. m buc-corln- g GSSVVfSSfVrfSrfSXS AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return car meets all trains'. Telephone or call at Tour stable when you want to leave. deep-roote- d COOPER &, CO.. Hartford, Ky. & Ohio County Drug: Co. )'l2ilS HAPTFOPD. . KY. GAVE huriocLF AWAY. iSr'CV AH King's New Discovery. But I lire to tlila wonderful jcjtujiIj fctr VL scarcely tioug,li at oil now." Qufrt nn."! '&a,te, Its tlia moat reliable of All J awl lung niedleJnci. Kvery boltte siiu- vantoed. COc and 1.0O. Trial bq'4le Caui'ttttJ all urugeuis. I cfl i3r ' tft. Tbo Summer Boy If I ibould try to kiss you, do you think your dog would bite mT H's Tbo SuHiraer Girl (absently) ol mj other frttadt aver bitten ar Escaped An Awful Fate A thousand Ururus could Jiat exyr&n the gmtltud of Mrs. J. K. Qox, of Jo'.l-e- t. III., for her wonderful dellvemnce from on awful 'Ate. "Typhoid pn,oumo-nlhad left me with a dreadful couth," she write. "Sometimes 1 had snuh wfu couelilni; spells I though 1 w.ould tile. I oould set no help from doctor' (treat, merit or oUier meUIcln.es .till 1 ust-- Dr. a' nothing U sort tsworunt m, the hone than clear, atesdjr Uanb, lasur tola by sjmumf ii tbe ou that vurna clear flicker' down tc. clean without the last drop. J'ennsyivaaUb crude oil reiined to perleeUea. Costs no wore than the tasK-wss- on saves UONKX kind aves WORK saves eyes. Your dealer baa BOUTS Oil direct rem in barrel worta. w Cku. !W C. St M Civ lMtov4ttc.il.' AE, Refinery at TVarren, cell the celebrated Carb" Auto OU. " ' ,.UX .' J .. , . artiora Kepumican..ng Unbred nitoullng to law nt the l'oMcifllie Hartford, Ky., i mull mnttfr nt the .wind I uie 1roS!.cMliVo qua'Jon", Nw York. Acquittal of nil "i nimb'irs of If re Atil . i i Ifc'-a- iNnj.,w, , ti'- - tuia. ELECTION neon.-""-- "s,un'.V"it w C. M. BARNETT, J. T.mwtfiM. NEY FOSTER , the limnVr or i?r,-a- t Annu rsju'diiff Figures Show People Still v w nklnfeimni. TihUM fli'it WW! ""' BAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER ! PUBLISHERS AND PR0PUIET0H8. of fln'ns the sv: .t'i.i,t klll'd a Favor Protection. l o woiimi but fox Inciting a rlo.'. iwfilch t0 resulted In the killing. It ww taiftel Address all communications sin by nil organized lihor n (Upon Combined Vote of Taft and RooseVk Hartford Republican. effort to tine tJir eotHts to throttle frwe Ice'ved 1 EDITOnS wlt.'i Ixnz, ' t!tl ' AFTERMATH t f win re- Wilr fl- - SPECIAL ARGAINS A In Men's, Women's and Children's Winter Goods BBleMnccotiipntiled li.r pntfre, will receive no Aooyruiouii coiumnnlcntloL labor nml to ArJpple generally. IV was In kutplmr wtth Uie Bnbwrlbers cJpflrliiK the pnpcr ent to n new efforts of I lie Wlllson Vt cvlmlnfa-tratlo- n JJrJ must Five the old nriilnv In mriklni? the t!io a few ya.'s, a?o to reqnt. rjnfolldted mntincrlpt will not be returned Ame.r.'can Tobnecp Company wltfi the. iVOfeh NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS velt Would Carry 369 Beginning Wednesday, November 20 AND ENDING WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4. ,i!st Electoral Votes, 1 Attrition. 3TEX5Sr,SSOXTK. tVovLfffe. Rlrrax novjsmuur si. :c3 OuliiK to Uw epllt In tli? Up vjllctn party Wooltijw Wllmn npir raly Will Democratic Harmony Endure an ocr,wtplniliicf nuJ.jrV.y nt tua Sir. Urynn denies that lllrjit-'l- ln(j oiwtloti. llowovir, a xnreti nn- .i alysls of the vote unmlstakpbly shows ect Wll'on's .r.'cntly ir?.v,tMel StaAe ,MlHll.i. aff-ptlo- For TWO WEEKS Only. Overcoats and Suits. ( J rniDAY, "We ore thankful that It llte nuor-opa- Is no ,wors,e pt In- - ti'w ,1) Ueniiwratlo victory Is only fT,n, to tfu f.ir him vltlns? ,hlm to ,llftrmud,t for Intimate apparent. omfsirpn-- e on 1V1.S counvB ro he pu,nid In.itcBd of n dcfflt, In reality. It was by t've liu'tvnlnff Djnwarife nnitloi.il a sttooirlmis far the ev.illn.il mays tlie Chicago Inter pr'ivclple of the Uepubllcan party the alnilnlstnvittpn, hjxs yomVc lower the tariff on J.amejT'ttJU try Will Uncle Joints McCreary now stand hitched and delUpr thP goods to Low prices Is what the HsmcKran promised us. Now lets take our med.lcl' like nion. Wilson majority ovor Taft an.l Roosevelt was 1.S02. Not much 3100m f jr ratification here anil our ttimoniutic neighbors seem to realize the situation. Tre Jow prices for ;what You you liave to 'buy (and thigh prices "or what you .have to sMI, by the Dee mocracy. We are anxious fto bow ti1'.s Is ,to work out. Mie-Sut- jut That irunaway to Bnnium'11 upon the part of .Governor Willson, Jui w.toen i'ie hungry rl enters lelTel to ;e lilra most, sliiows a the "boys In Ccune. itrou,bVj" very lack of sympathy with a,rly In the All tlie Democratic candldaitos for tho Hartford "Tlos,t, office aire splendid anl we .wuuld be glaJU If there was an lOfUce or each iOf itliam. We believe "to tlii? lc,tor .belongs the spoils." What else did we fight far? fel-la- ote on tlie queStlol ot a. PTOtqqllve tariff in tills country, protection would carry by ,two million majority and y,et our De.moonuitlc frkemls are tailking about cprryjrvs out ,tlie will of tfie pcpple to smash tlie Vnrltf. WIU Bfra.r In nilnd Uw a Bqupre out votqrs the Dqmocratlc itarlff .Idea by arter a million nntes and by a virte which would iliAVie ielefitel 309 elqUr., an I still (We se,e Wie DamocraUi .tialkln,? (about carrytog out tlie mandate ot to smash tlip njorple tirifl. i;tfl.Hty la s'.u.M! Curxncct'-cu- t . 27,000 Is no one to leaU Uie G. O. P. his binot'iror Lear, are Daldison and 2.000 Delaiwam ..A JU fornvr leatlfirs are livofit all tailntnd IvUldtn In ,the depth of Arltansas fqrest3. 20.000 Idaho by the eneot steal at QhLqago. v In ohansr: of deputy sheriffis. TJvey are 210,00) Illinois Ho one now belleveB for a mwrneut oha.rqd with the murdfir of iiaila Ba,i;hi n Indiana that Pnesld,ent Tftft could have won on 18 yiJirB old, whpte nixngled boily wai Iowa 111,000 his stolen nomination even If Colonel found n.?ar Tleasatit ltldgij Alrk. The P 17.000 . Kansas Kajsevelt had remained out of Uie Hght. brotliTs WPQ3 arr&to.l ajid hlddon for Maln.3 21.000 v S. Rosenblatt, Hawesville) Connection with . He would haie gotten .Just abo,ut the fear of mob iVtlenpe. 122.000 Massachusetts The nnrert was cauced by the failure came vote and the Wilson ivotp iwould 215.000 Michigan of the hrqtihers tn take liiwe heen ln,oreased at least 100,(KJ0 nirt In tho Minnesota aaiu'i for the niunleipr of tlie girl 10,000 Ilwwiuri Ollle James Is tupoir.tetl as aiylnK itlieve When Vw oftleers appraijohed Itlielr Montana S.OOO , might be pome trouJil,o aUout fjrfo auf.r home, a mile from the scene o,f the 23.0") Ne,hrAska because tlie two DicmocijuHj 9nriit"i"H tragedy, Otis 23, ,thnew a pair of o:ks Neuula 2,000, inom Louisiana would op.pas)j It. Tli-vout of ,the window. Tl9y ire ioiered New Hampshire 15,000 are still orfior D,;imo,yratU; Ptnutors who with blood. Pepper was found o,n his slqncrs." .' ated an eelio" In cM pau-l3S.O0O New Jersey of Ue world IS SENT wlU fly tlie trpek iaIso wVn tlwlir In sb-ami In the mud. l)?ppnr wpis also cnpriitvUd Staluank was tlxmi the was 187.000 New Mexico ,x si,ot fli;eil u he Oltlrei flor In trests are troubled. K,luor-spfdlsco,,eid about ,tho pln.-- wlfna the North Dakota county Jail to the City JIall by a Btron;-guarI7.0JX lto.vevrlt, nut a , Uniee. at an TO STATE ASYLUM H'rl was murdered, llle tnp brathsrs 79,000 t Ohio but without ialiifr ihunrVcuffoJ. not a sJiot..t .the cundldate of a wore eon togetihcr Thursday, jH'ie Af Cwtilnly home rel'cf should and can 14.000 Rhode Island The prltonr was pjile, fiWkqujqh ho Xo motive MJty, Si.OOO lie glvien to ,tho nun nt "Mqliwry anJ tlie orluii? was oommkt,tqd. Oregon a islkot not to bj ox;clt-l- . Hri listened to .Influence tlie tor the .murdcir Is known. 313.000 othcir mln.liis' towns aloiiK the 1. C. ebetlon. iat a Pennsylvania Declared Insane by Committee of InVntly to tlie rcipurt of tlua uiVvViV". shot Ho gain for ms notorty; no It Tle .capture of ,tlw t,wo ,was mule as South DaWn iwjio ore at tho poiiU of starva-Uo- a 6.000 which was read by tfje ii'ra,linn, Ur. was simply to onio quietly as p,oslble and jy!hlii Jias hevii 105.0M) b?cau, ,t''ie rallrvjd will not supply Alienists Chosen to Make Washington aul fortnx-- r fm'-lls- h Richard Bew.ry. the faiit tlua w,ho hcnJatter aspires 14.00) oars to mpvu the "al. At least h.ie glwn out Awing to tlie faqt ithat citWisconsin TU9 twnunlsslqn's U(noit xmbits of to a thlid presidential torm .will d Investigation. o U a cJioncp for Hon. Gwcn 18,V) and izens for miles around aro up In nriiiH Utah sovenal thqu,und WTJiils, ii,n.l stfvrts out at the risk of his ll&. If I cannot dehuivtlnjf for the niurjtereis, and p.i 30,000 the KientUicky Hallro,4d Cpmmi'isslon., Vermont wllh sciUIng fo.r,0i tie pSrwxnfil and fend tradition, if I tlnvatilng to lynch .them. 22.000 cannot defend, the Ve.t Virginia "r'e aSiall adiofato prfsrei-'men family history uf (the AiflwuuViiiit. 0,tjiur country In nose of O.OOQ i'm waf, you anay ,0 Wjomlng Milwaukee, Wis., Nqveynbeir ,...( In tlie future. Old things ami merisurcg pqrtlons of the ropont ibiaar upon tlie wpll wnd ev(y patriot A Bit of History. to prison." vote 363. assj,llalrt SnJiraiUc, cf Tiieolore present physlml tho liave passed away, and he who suffors "Tlvo Pcnnyrlb" .ve.tlon of Kiqmtucky tp,te of llifs "I ihopQ that tlo shot at Milwaukee was co'nmlVed to itlie MUte neur()!fical data wrd .wimlfi ip vlth has himself deluded by thp ir,Tunvnt that e.vfnds frwn a Him djrawn Xiqm "Tliere could be no hctter niedlclno Roosevelt, awakened pa,tr!utl,m of tlie' .Vnw-lea- n My leader or party will wr Jipnv- -' to w.hiere ,tlie .Cninhejilan! illtwr tlian Chambei la In's Cough lbunedy. My Hospital for tlie lnsaine at On'iAoi'i many exhibits, consisting of 4i,unroas ivVJan: that It opened tf'ilr ey) forth enln lYiwpr Jn tfils oourittu who passes Into Ti;n,iyne Ulve.r. .ITvls li QlitUlren were all pick with ,whioopiiig by Judge Backus. Itjlip idefcnil-an,- t. to tlio in'al da,a.ger written Fronimunjcatloiui and staved, ,t'heui hrv no ppeclfV; tifid well defined itYw. prQbaMy tlie laigpst stolon of yw Xo'ir cough. One of lucjn iwas In bed, had Sclirank wan today diJclansU Iniiano only safe way out ot It, as tn.oved. hy which ore good fpr iljie pepplf, will lqsleal dJvlsVn,s of tlw .StAte. Here t' a hjfili fever and was coughing (up hlonl by a sanity coiumlftVou appointed by The .repavt also contains a lengthv tha election reluitns In tlvo wrejit ,riu-orat- lc swake from his dream t(x Inf-e-. , plant Knqwn as lpyal flpwiislKs Our doqtor gave them Chamberlain' the court ot examine jbihn, aiftor the sta.teim,-- it mul'i by CliloX pf Police ipaily. The Noilh, outlli,., Ust " U19 native name, PennjTrUp," has Cough Jlenvedy and tlie first dose erased man I lad enteral a tplea oX guilty to Jaiu;n on t've day following Hn'invik's and West uro onto more ly It looks like the rail .mads ue (IaiV'1-la- s and gUen url noi( to tills entire afttan tit them, and three bottles cured itheni,"ju charge of having assaulted Ooloiiel arrest. Unlt'.d and inroudtv fr.n-on Federal JuJro Cpclvnn to titand hin t.. mue says Mrs. It, A. Donaldson, ot Ucxlng-to- Roosevelt ulth Intent to kill. the State. Many of tlvw Untlis .ore ya.-Tt'fi coniludlng portlpn of tho com. to the nations nt the would itihat tho between Uiem and the Statu at KenMiss. For sale by all deulens. valuaWe, hut thru Is a iunll k1(0(",'Icii1 nUssion's ieport .onslsts ot u lengthy spirit of 1J7C Is still ally .'IVw ivxncluslqns ivauliMd by the tucky on the question of tovi, just as and fCn'.l frmallon, such ,thu,t some of (Uw hilladdiew by So'irank to the Piajnmls'iTti. nsiver dip, and Uwt are as follows: M the Cumberland Tflephone Ounipany I Notice. 'First-Jo- hn uftylns era, In which lna apploglzed rVr etuisl.i an astAbllnlinl' fact and a succass Schrank Is relying upon Fedeml JuUkv ivapw ti sides and ridges ami nut ivnrly po as the valleys aiud bq'.to,ni iunls. All perrons having claims against the from lasaue delusions, grruvVe '" unplftasiau'nvps in asking Uiem ito pass . "j i,aNO hvftx UWUHVll u( niivln ie. iviylni; back rpllwe It fiom wweirul '1)1 Us 8,1'Ooin his uowldnipW quamtitv estate of W. O. Tlnsley, doceoAed, are dvanaictqr and o,t a sysjtentUlKd a MVdlqt In a nvxtAcr whirli slpubl lwted a .State where thousand Uollns exeesrdvp 5v,Uls onl. of timhfir laivl In it. TJvere Is by far hereby notified .to prOHent jUifi same have been liettea- - lleU by a di.lx'nnr Mian ment Is . I vttuld say l' di,I lected mtn Abe vltUems of IuUvJil,?., mono fanning nngageil In flire thorn la properly proven to tho law Xlrm of "AysnfiiJn our opWon Ye Is Insaiw eartldy .count. not know .t;ho luw.s of any State I.ftr av- hk:li was tho iivauj)4Uii but tlie Jvff The Progressive lluHqtln, of land Barnes & Hintth, at .their offices, In at tlie presort time. - ol'd .Virough, He then p;s an 1o re,vlrw rtlo and It would h rld.Vswf icnUMd as a ranvpalfin sl'"t, In ,f be under cultivation Is not no much "V ,ri the city of Haitiford, Kontiicky, on or "TJihil On account pX itho cannfKt'on sVuis In .which b cVtlmed to liuo iak- - lous for uw to fcor deaiVi aftpr M Vt made a per;nani'nt iiublUvut'on. It will the Who gifuss tieiK'o.n. n bftfure Deocynber 11, 1912, or they wUI etstr'nii biwiajn h's d?liwio,nii und Uio ed Into tl iti'jn-ejis of the late iRwl- - as I (ixiwH Ui die ducdrw Wio met ami tut Issued Qnoo n wioiek ififim Jirflr Yuik gnvit portion of t)hls H'ltrtlon ,1s rwhit be forerver barred. act wl.th .Wli.lcji .lie Htojids t'hainj;el we dint McKhvUy, "WJ'n a wloj mijh.l not llo to tell Uw story. If I.Jcntw and will cntitln Items anil (.nftvuiKi-lio- n Is known as "tl Western Coal IlleU." Witness my hand, UUs November 12, ana oX the opinion ho 4s uiiVjIo to pou- to iiu to avenge his d,Tth. I ,v.as onM- - that my drufh would' have male'- - tho T1NBI.EV. of interest concennlng jl'insirifwlv an.d dlXfe,rent fiom tine viteirn weutlin, 1912. ter Int'iHIgcntly with iqouriftel on tho dent ithat my life was twining soq-- i to thtnd-twi,tiaidltlon mo-- p aA doings, it wjll fuv.ir Uw entjlre (ountry the land luye Is Kqnl Xar f aiming, and Adv. Kvecutrlx. conduct of his deXense. an end, and I wus at unce hnippy to sorry I widd jiot die foi- - Jin- - roimtrC-- . ' and will fuinlsli the lVariewtlMit of wjill, (ijiw man pixUw.wb wealth nn the "IMcJyiftl Deiwey, il. D Qh'ilivitii; know Wiat my rual mlssluii on this "Prison for jiio Js like golilg ij ,wa Maine tho party news from the South surface, one hundred men i?xtrjet w. k. n'Keir, tM: x,i v. w. lwrjrjni- - earth was to uio lor my country ami mtone jne Is tlie ihll of Oaorgo a .well as North Bakota and tlM I'acUlo nuggts of coal two Jjundntd t(W in Abo FOR FLETCHER'S tqn, M. I).; Krank HUvley, SI. P.; ' t'w caus.9 of"ll"pubUc-anlHm-. Wn.Vilngton; behind m that of Hi' const. Tlio subscription In oae dgllar( bowels of tlw par.th at Vie sajme tliij. WUliaJil V. WiGgge, 31. V., (OwifnU- "TJi shot at SUhvaukee wlikij ore- - Klnlcy." Progressive party tUrouloiut t)h tounfy than ly the old Kepuibllican or ithlrd party. It la the one ,to rally around. Theire Mul more by the Ocean. TWs report and Ha dtnlal (Tills rifttiii-tlo- n ,to fie rvoullnr, fi,- - from aiivVvi'de rpla,t!ons and even decidedly s'.rajned exlsterl btiwain thi (imJ.'t that conspicuous Dsmoorntlc lenleus ami their prohabl? iffctX on the qnntlmvuice ot Ueniocralle harino,'iy. ,JIr. Iliyj.n''' effurlis nt HaUlniore uiv ilouMiyUy effected tlw noirilnatlon and Indirectly ,U'e eloUUti of Mr. WiINju, ti'ie nomlni-tlo- n t'loug'i many doiubt oX ilr. WllsMii wan the Teal jmr-poot Mr. Itry.an's sucies"ful emloavJrs to tliw.airt the aspirations of" pwikor Clark. llqwevftr, Mr. Wilson unilaitiHtedly owes hU nomination to Mr. Bryan's suace::' ful efforts to remove from thp IvlA the cqn,Men:tlon vlslbile favorite iwlien tJxe openail. ThereCore as PirshletU (Mr. Wil son may naturally Incline to lend r.n attentive ear to the cpunsfls of Mr. Bryan. s;pectnicle ot Mr. But how will Uie Bryan as personal at the White House affect tlw 'tenineratune at the oyrar end of Pennsylvania ave,nue? asks Uie Inter Ocwui. Mr. iCUrk will pnohaibly be Speaker again and Mr. Und?twopi will be bowler rf the ,llous.e. For moniths p.i,t Mr. Bryan has ben trylngi to exterminate Mr. UmlenMood. Mr. Biryan made no sV'riOt of the fact that next to Judson Harmon Oscar .was his teX political avomlon. And Mr. Lji(le.rwopd has nat qouqjaled his iconvlotlon iiiai Mr. Bryan had become d?cldedly superfluous and 'painfully obUaishe. .As for Jlr. Clark, tliQUith lie !is quite consistently oppi?e!ated the .wisdom of tlie maxtai "Alw.ays forijlve," 'he wiould be positively angelic If he could (really forgeit how Mr. Bryan idepilvied hbai of the g;n?at?JSt .reward of nalltlcal ambition when It was pnatlcally wkthln , his evaBp. hrt-vwlv-.tlss doctrln- - of protection ,to tho Amerk-a- l.ijiorer. Ua It rrynrjmlicrwl tl (at the P.roisnj'i- d, cl;irjcnl slve wins Just fis ly Xir p,Totoci'lon aii did ,Uv Tiift wln. To proe Unt the fornsolng position Is correct we be? to prc?nt pur r,:(iJ' era the facts w far as UvJ aloftlan r -- , tur4is a'vv thein, miilttlnr the sm illT fhjims. Tihe ip.turin.j ;i tabulated up to November 10 aro ns follows: Wllp.n reoehyxl popular filc ,3'AW of Ttocw-'vsreii lived popular vote 1,3I5,W) uf Taft reojlvod popular vo'.e $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 $ 8.50 '$18.00 $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 - Overcoats Overcoats-rain-proof rain-pro- of Overcoats-- all Overcoat- sSuits-gra- wool all wool .... .... Ladies' Cloaks. 7.-1- 8 6.-1- r$11.0S 10.00 ys, Suits-- all Suits-- all suits-- aii blues and blacks. shades shades . shades lS.'-l- $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 Out Blacks 11.48 9.9S 7.os values $10.18 values values 7.18 lot of 50 Cloaks consisting of with Fur and Velvet Collars 5.00 rerular$7.f0 -- Special . . . .' . D.-1- ... Children's Cloaks. One lot of $ lvalues Men's Heavy Underwear. Shirts and Drawers. Spec per suit, S9c Medium Ribbed Shirts and Drawers. Spe- cial per suit, sac Fleeced-lined Heavy SkiuS. $j Values $2.98 rr special $2.93 of for Republican ....l,iG7.'.10 principles of a 'Marlff The Djniotiratlc theoi-tor raxtnue only" sectuied a im.aj"!ty In the following States, """""""" "" Flannel and Cotton Shirts. $2.00 Flannel Shirts Special $i.ro Fiannei shins -- special $1.00 Flannel Shirts Special '50 Cotton Work Shirts 50 Cotton Sunday Shirts $1.00 Dress Shirts $1.G8 Guaranteed Hosiery. WIlJON Alabama Arizona Arkansas OVKU ItOOSKVBLT-TAK- cn.ooo '3 21.0 Flqibla j Kentucky Louisiana ,Manyila,rvd 2I,0) 6C.001 Special . 21c pair Holeproof for Women Special . . 29c pair Wunderhose for Women Special . . 21c pair Hose for the whole family. All Wool Hose for Men and Women. Heavy grade, 25c values-Spe- cial . . 21c Cotton Socks 4 pair for 25c Children's Hose Sc Ladies' Hose 8c I I Holeproof and Wunderhose for men " 1.2a 88 42 42 79 Comforts and Blankets. Half Wool Blankets, $2.00 values Special $1.25 Blankets $1.50 Comforts-Spec- ial ' $1.G8 .'.!! 61c !sa 1.00 2,000 19,000 3X JdUjlKstppl Xarth Carolina Oklalnoiua South Oavollna T,'nnii3stfo .V,000. i All Calicoes 5c per yard. Hoosier Cotton Z'.W iV,00u S3.09) 130,000 per yard i Tresis A Hope Bleach Cotton 8'c per yard. All 10c Ginghams and Percals 8c per yard. We Brothers Hidden From Mob SpnlniS-field- , .Mo., N.ovembr 2. Oils whoUsome Progro!le dootinine In the platform in 1916 upon witiloh .all pari units and ,tlie .result will .be okqut as ,ollatts: ItOOSKVJSlVr-TAFOViElt WILSOX M0 CaliCqrnla I0.OW Colonado T 33,000 Vlrgln'a ...., j In otter wor.ds thle D)!u?rats dbl iiiat caim' a single tta,to nqitli of the iMiason and J31xon llnz. The U'publjcaus and ProfiTlsslvs htood togqUvei- up itlfe do trine of a p,rotfct!ve tariff. EllmlnaVj the Siteril of nomination, tosont fame - carry the most complete line of Shoes in Ohio County. Also a complete line of everything: for the WHOLE FAMILY. Now is the time. You are needing winter goods. save you from 25 to 35 per cent on your purchases? Why not let us ROSENBLATTS (In Hartford, Kentucky. s SHRANK ir nt lit lrorele ri.!l-roa- ii, ii - Ga-xe- t,t li.-jr- Iou-Lsvil- le i,a" sol-bl- n. aQn-mlsil- ivapiVil'-'puriW- h- alioH-shcil- I j n savd.l' Children Cry CASTORI A I m.- i- 7zr. S4 4bL ..m "-.- .. fjj nw (c. - 5 , , ls illM AmbW tv ( v vi i Attorney ImnlncM nnii'st Wcmlwvd In Onandm o nils at. 'Iiviii.t, Uils week t It. Iltdrlck. tfnni1M-o- J I wk.' In The Oil Field. mm rf i r4W rlr rift r9st ii p f V" fePw ill Sir. T'Miii"., II. M nr.lpd s. if CMrlitivllU vlrlt .ill nlst r, MIks ii.toii In I Allh? t'oTf r" "lust Uie Th,ink'.tivlw Mrs". r miyjrr, Our h On" itimVjro. Vtii n Wsrl: piojrfrnlntr ratlsfncVtrlly off holidays iwttli ofltlw iVrfVk on tV land for the! 11. Pjulqri I. ivl'in IDuirli UVvir OH & Qui (Co., Wfl! No. I W-ll- er T iiiik(tlinc yos'r, Iny wltli Iiiipi Iay Clot bing! it ! A '?llifl'l i by ltr lt dim T.. V. Jfl'nor, of the MtUiprllst 'v rf'nnon im (iHn"l Union anivk e ;i o'lsrwI ine'n at t'i CiUfti. .luilgp J. i t mMf, II &&vS!P & S. Ghirp Wadnesdw few ,'htjp. . far Nai'ivllla Iij speti.l "the WVst Kon'ucKy Oil Company I (it T'mnkstfvlnff holidays wli'.h W dnwt."( Mlrf, Ivl'-'i- , iyi IrJ ntteiiflng cnllfn.j at for Win d,Mlllr? of ,Urfr WV1I t fit il.ic.. Up. I on U10 Career fairw, nnil Out work on tliU wll ft ta Mr. AV. II. P.irl. tf Ileila. Jws Joidit Uagln at an uaxly dat,". t'.ie form .1. Mpslry, pn .S'o rMr. nftewrnn lft A. I'cVnrl, of IliinUnsr.in, W.J Jioh ben Ikjdb ffir n nrop'rtltR of 1I1-hj, lirikliiir Dvm f-fItoiiRh Illvar OH & Ciaa O).: tiv.tirn.-- l homo .MumMy, Jjut wllj be btck in nl Vn v!y il'. 'mMs 3. flow comfortable You look! ( cooo v NimiT Oh Alsim k f (I. wk o, nnrJ?y TE.2BB& "WJ, --m-r, Ti .vj. llia rijsmsss b ,) rf I. . Just a word about the best line of Men's Suits and Overcoats in Hartford. We have them in a big variety and want to show them to you. A look means a sale, if you . bov, wjio (happened tfl k,m.'ouh (while, upon 11 i wrkhjr on a boiler shed on ,th,e Qartar 3Iri. ILirtlia Palternon Jicjcajnio IJIn'l firm one jJsiy t'lls week, h rapidly r- a f'iv iVio'it hIivco anl left Tiirsl!ly ircvoiJtKf. ,Ho was Htruck on t':o n'li for 0,w,srvsU3to wlirrc the .will l V.iaa. by n f ritcjiot, w;iJch wtis belnj; md pcIallHt, Slia ,vas. ed by by anotjire .workmun and tie liutphet liy lirr Mr. Jo'm Kins. came off Uio linnlle. I. i!.(is Creek, nnl will lirivp Mr. Moxljy jwtmuslo" tfa'i-unr- y iwt ilcpl'lffl M.r. G'prjrc 11 painful but no YJW,: 'V ' 1 ': are really interested. None but the best are handled by us, so if you want to be dress ed comfortably and in something stylish, call and we will fix you. We are interested in you being well dressed, for it is in this way we advertise our business. Remember this and bear in mind that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A Dinner, HuioJies, ieti, will be cirvrl Tlve Vool Oil Conipany'fl AW11 No. cliy at t'le I.ailles Ilnznr of tJie 1 on the Cox farm tlll 'vliw? the .Motliiollst t'liurcli In Hie Hinl ilnvf (to-on aprou,it of 7ite'?. co'itmciHTs bultdltv?, corner 3Laln onil Q'litrr a'rt? lie?ln,nln ,tliri-- TJre wrirkin,'n hao Jiad to ,tal;e 'ic cabTutJiViy o.n,I li.V.ln? Uie ins out again, and aru ilijfl. lvle. ftpir this In doni Wvy wi'll still , M.nll.nr-JIIp5llv Mary Jojrvr, of Imc about 1M feet of drll'ln? before l.s fC)inillns Uinnk5irllni; wJt'i ipr par- t'ley ireah the ojl b'twAntr sanO. ents. ItT'. nnil Mrs. T. V, Jotnr.4 I Mr. lla7iifr Tlnsley. o"f QiBen.vHV The boy's apposite Is often tli nourca spending the iliolUnys ThavkslilnB of oniazeinient. If jou would hao su1'!! ? wlt.Ii "KIs ipurcn' lif.re. an appetite take Chanderlaln's TablotR. Wlien you make ypur ,llt of IfcjirUt-ma- s They not only creato a ihealtby oppetl'o pnosents It nould be mice to strengthen the stomach nnd enable numilcr your f rlenUs wlttli f jVars sul - but It to do Its work naturally. Tor sa'.e scriptlon to a good 4iiaj5azl,rw;. Vfxr flrlc-of any periodical publlsld Iwll J. Nsv by all dealers. If Fester Magazine Aae,ncy. fwry -- Do.,You know that you spnd one-th- ird I of your time In bed. It pays, ,then, to make, your bed comfortable and pleasant. The way to do this Is to let us supply,, you with fine, AIL- WOOL blankets, light, n - - 4 comfortable, elder-dospreads, and pillows that your tired fiead sink Into wn i- s , " V r V iuin:ii and J. P. Sandorfer. idb iBfmes of ujo jHonoUiisi will l;old t,:ielr .ariniwl biaq-ifwid dlrxrvji'S The nri53nt encumbent. Mr. R. B. br(nrlng n?xt Tuesday and kijstliu Martin ,wias appointed last Juno and three day. T,hy Itave Rccunad (thie stare 'wejit Into office July 1, 1912 fjr a te,tm house formMly .oqeuplcd .by itlve )buitfu"l of four yaa,rs. It Is no,t knOin whit at position tne Inciamlng Urue ,Co., and will ltold t!i,rfir President will '. take In regard to allowing ftfClclals to Iruitoad of iqvyir Air. u", Mlw Ihttlo ItlVey Rpflnt TJiankglvInj; tlpt plan-f Iter's sr.oceiy 03 B,artounced in (th!e serve opt ..tlelr terms of appointment, with Jlls-- i lWblo JkanvviJ. columns lwst Wieek. hut 11 lvas been tine .Invariant? custoin, . KUU1AY. NOVWtnEU Dr. Claude AVIWm, osleopatrh, will !'o lreiietoOone, at least for a rea,t many Sir. atvi Mrs. John Duke o,iio Ultlii5 In Itartfard on Tuesdays and Fridays years not to disturb an oCfblal until !latlM" and frteuds in CtytftjiJ . .5 . ... (?a.cli wchpk. lUfi nriilce bi lnmtAil in Ine his oqmmlsslon expires, U I10 services I i E. Railroad Time Table M. H. CummereiaJ Hotel. Offloe hours 8:10 "a. WTe Aatlsfactqry to Uie public. If this Mlr Amaalll RTntXar. at Mollcnry, ww m, Ui 3:30 i. m. On aqeount of 'an In- rule Is followed In tills lnptaino, of at Hartford, Ky. tlii tsucst of Miss l'llle Bolle Hurwn crease In )ls praptloe at lIartfiord Dr. connw It will ho s'mply In line with 1 N. time card effective Monday Uils iwrpk. L. A Wllaan will be forced to dila.cu,i'lnue Ills a eeneivvl policy, wflilcli to t,hlnH Is Aug. 21bt a,t (Bearir Dam deviate more Uian llkiely to be adopted by the Mrs. JtBltati A. Dt' Jauiette (is Ji?ie No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. but It wUl T.e iAdv. 13lti Incoming to icvwul tlif wlnUr wWi Jwr dausfiter, more itune to Jils .work Jiere. " dally except. Sunday. airs. iK. n. liKllsh. Mr. Xf. A. FausJit, niainaser rf thf a sarilaus blaw to the hopes of all the Nq. North Bound due 3:40 r. Biaan's Har,tfioird. (Musics Co., Jost a fln. W 1 aspirants, and nne to tliem, at leant, Mo(i' iTkJmxTFw-?!-Udally except Sunday. will seem to up, cold hartal aid unopera imim txnl,'it anil Saturday nlgl'.t-N- ilae for which die had i)37n oUeifd No. 116 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. Tuesday wjille out h.un,tlng. Mr. Jliug'lt fair. pWurpB and foush. dally except Sundey. and Mr. Natihlam Ito;nblatjt warp oit .Mr. WJH"5ibnro. of flw Yrk No. 113 South Bound d'je 1:46 p m. .wWh toet,hor and one of thrj buhs ,Uad fven liolldajis spent tlip iTlKinkiKUlnff dally except Sunday. plaped ORauvs.t a hlat and wiliv fefice. Please Read Me and be Happy; ') rvlaittvica at Heaver Dam. H. E. BUSCHKE Apt. The dos nvulo an attempt to iunp oivf anl .Heard Mr. and Mrs. Marvin the tfftas wJre the n was placed aa I New Goods at Iter's Grocery qhJldosn, of llardlnaburK, aie. tlw guests In doing so put Jits foiot on Uie lianim r of lt?r.'. anl Mrs. K. U. rVllsh. t(he Ktn, and as ,UUi dog lumped tlio of Raisins, Cuirents, Dates, Flss. Mr. i:mmct,t Ujndtr JniPMr. KHJah un went Off. i,' Aplfp, CItjron, P'e wiaiie (pjiw'ut Chrtcr, of oung ladlr.H .of Hart- Ralslntt, all kinds of Spices for Flrult 8?v,erol f tlw Tho HwubHuan (qfflno ftl'M-daj- '. oalhra at ford will present, "Miss' Fl.wloas & Cales. 'F,reah Oyateys, s, Cel'.iry Co.," at ye opira Ivuuse this evxfiln. now lino of CfUulltfS, Qairl Dr. .UcrUyt S. tiuvHrs. in.aiiM4f"ir of The play Is Intensely IntepMtlnif anl Krauit, Jumbo Pickles, MakM.?il, looe Uw Ohio County DniK Co., Inas be-wIMi Mince Mmat, 1'o'jilo.Je, Cabbae, Onions, i';e prrtsiam will be Intuvspeiiscd 111 Snr povtnal days a,t JiW Uonyj on tnai jnuslc. will be Turnips, NfW NeiW TJe pruioe4s Orleans Union Btrot. toward buying a jplamo far Ilwtonl Pink, Navy and liudtqr Bans, in the play a,ia Miasms Flake fwnd Or,us.liied ilIqmlny.Grapis (Flrult, I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A Mis Mjinbj Haynes, of qwiens.bji'), Collefie. Apples, Orongrs, Rananas, Lem dleatitice and Miss Hubert Harris, lof fhrtpot, Verim Duke, Stary MiOirks, LARGE LINE OF aimt, Mrs. T. V. llayn.ti, linalao SolUnB?r, Marcrarat ons, Ronton Rrqwn urjiad, liuiekwlueut, are yUltliw ,tl;olr Jolno, this ie.ek. Ja'ner. Httle Ully, Jtoftttj Glenn. Jtuth Pin Cake Flour. Shot Guns, Target Guns, Mls Willie Smith L iWe HiAwe foity of Uip lafst (oooV.s Riley and Wlnpna Stevens. Wertnaaday Library. Winter 110 Knights aJdod to our Circulating li(e lis tlno syu&f. of Jtough Rlvor Ltaire No. Loltohtld where nnd o,f Pythias liejd n Intanaatilmg mi?piUag Unve Is heme for your rcadlnsr. Ammunition, Shells, Etc. Mr. and Mrs. Tolbcrt Ityimmn . Vakils for more bnislive&s, night. Judge and Mrs. C. U. yay. at Hranilty iHall Tuesday ITER'S QROCBRT. ,MUs Special musical jnognam .had ,been pro- respectfully request yOU Mrs. Jlelen Carsun and iVvuit!, . ftie the parod. and eUvtlan .of all offlr.e'rs U aiwl'MuUfe Caraon, of OwonsbQi-o11 Ao 4 Wreck on I. C. IU VUll UIJU dcu mo s.uetrtH of Mrs. Caraan's 'Urotlwr, Mr. enter Into ottcs an January 1 was made Fivy) IH'nolH Cqntral as flollaws: ,C. C Andcinan; V. C. .etairs of a .best line of Shot Guns, Am- W. T. Woodward and iCunlly. Jcnies Lyons; Pielate ,H. K. IUvwaj train tjiat left pwborp at noon Jump(Openud a baircl iof mm good iPure ever L.. Taj tor; K. M. of W.-t- B. f Rj-- ,'. ed Une triick at Fordsxllla sqr.tly 4ftf ter New Orleans Mylauses tho kind that causing a Ney IqJVir; At. of V. Jaime H. .Wil- 3 o'clock Tuesday to I everybody likes. Get a gallon today. p A.-- W. aliodule, liams; M. of K.-- E. oomplet3 In ,the train V. Pa,rk; M. best and prices GROCERY OO. IIARTFORD Goods dajma-t)- . caiusftng qoniild?iraible O. Alibqnt 1RI1I; and H. QlHesple; I. ltememb.ar thosa. nice liw'lsivis iprei-onlowest. Q.-,R. Hednlck; a'ruatae-- H. U Hpreadlng walls wus glvim ia Alija (cause bay a(t the O. tihat you an alwaj Taylor. of tlta wirpk. No one w tnunaj, but Cliutvh Uanv nf the ItoUiu-lluliitt. Mary 11. Ratines, "Kite at R. P. trafflo was delayed fqr kowji pjurf. next Tuesday and loatts itHruO wnt to the d IVuuop, at tlie prsldctiKe of M(r. R. The iwreicklng craw wins days, of .Vie W. Hpi ne, Ooslup nejtfhjlior-hcoi- J, seen?. j take up tho Any one desiring to Vx?t .Moivliy Iiifinvlng ut S.iO tipewiitlng ocl-fstudy of short Ivand And Teachers Made Happy. tfer fiwrtral of perl'nnitls. should icall or write M43. A. Kail An- -' niplh'M Sa,tunday wa pay 4ay tor the tja;h-qr.- s VPtxe, rRev. v"lu?ttl y derson, Ilurtford, for teniis p.nd nynpfna were of county so.'wls and during the T. V. Jo)n,?i stli ar Adv. formation. U. S. CWan JajS "a-day Uierio Wfie a uunb,tr of tlo Wno'i-erIn Vie Alexander cmtq-- y ji car f&& of Have Just wlu reuslved pay fur .Uiulr ,twJfliy Art II o'cV.'k a. m. IJIvs i:eu!- Mr. W. H. TlnnUy was In lviulHVll3 Tiling. Drain Hor ,the mqritli of 0it. and qwln ed, vfiio was 2S yeans, 7 mqnjtlis And 16 Vils ieek. I W. 11. KI.UIS, rtj'iies iinll o 4tho taict t'lat It was delayed two I'Uiys old, laws 1a JiW-un(l- . rivfitay. BveryL.ulteH Bujsar ocJi l'roJiic.'j'M3rvlijnt, I jl'illdnvn, ,tw,o a daughter, nuany weteks, Uie tefiqhfi-- wmto quite intaZ ., body Invited, Adv . IJartforJ, Ky. for jlt,, trends and irJatlwi to onourn ,ho "js In pwil demise. Tlhe dficciaa wasUte duatiter Tle .pay fqr tho Octolr woik wi-- s Mr. .OlenTT iXiiiif.s. J buwi ltk,(;ox oyral 'rraWiw H''m1 at .Ulii- Of AUr. JO'llj T. Kills.' . T.t " UleHVU really due f the .Saturday of Nov amber at Vanterbllt S 1, Uuslyuid has the prpfiyj)dit nywiPtitliS- - Wl'dolj' us' November 9, but Uw istiV,? of lkU'many friends, n this tU Kro.t t?aasurer held up on the warrant, v.vl'i,j 'i to a slioqtdge of funds In Uw treasury J t W. II. Carnas. trreWent. lae Ancy. Ilar,tfo,rl, Ky. v,t r JGb, v.0 HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Lively Postoffice Fight. Henry M. I'lrUit?, eerretory of A Ja'ge number of Haitfard iltli-fu- l Ajnerlpan SoiIc?)y of KiUljty of Ohio Dmpcrata are said to e ajixlous oounty, will leave tomonrow .foi M!l- wauKy, Win., to a(.t,?nd tlfi NaUonal to sanriffde tlielr time aikd onrglets for CUnventln of the A. H. vt K which the Or)vpP(iwnent by aialng- as fo,r the next tour Just convenes In that city pn Decemb.u' 3. to luclp lresklent Wilson. Anio,iig ithoe At a ncent mitstfr.K of t!ie Natlon- - w1d to Uj notlve candidates or irecpMve nl Keoutle lVmd of the National applljajiTfl are the ollqw,Ing wll known At.fjut!on of Prti; Clsfks lvM at DemK-fai's- : Columbus. Ohk), .Mr. II. 8. Binders, 3f R. T. Collins, ,C. M. Crowi, W. E. thp Ohj County DniR Co., of illatt- - Kills, T. I. Pcllx, iHelvr Miaittliewis, .1. J fo,n.l, pia cleot.d CUia'niiian f the Hooal D. Dulc, James P. M1UM-- , HicmW caunly aisaoeUtlon of g clerks. Cltanles 1'. Tumor, E. P. iMooie Mr. th; 5 ' ; Post-mas.tf- ir gratefully. We can assure you of another thing too; that, when you buy your. bed fur- -, nlshlngs from us, the prices will not be so high that they will keep you awake at nights. Let US sell you everything YOU BUY. , ,WIll-lam- s, CARSONCOi INCORPORATED. dj-j- r$ 1 gi Hartford, Kentucky. V' and It was not till JTqv.Qmber 22, Aliat the county snparUvt'nnt wcelved 4ha qUqck for the payment of ,the safari is fqr tine mqnth of lOqtiober. Owilng( to tfi tlslaj' m making ipay- mfmt to the teaflbers for thalr Iwjurk In .Oatbr, ,lt Is not at all oortaln tjhit tlwy will reoelre anothier rqontih'a pay tout lt ds 'neirtoln birfore Christmas, "labs officlnls and the afchool t' pt ,t,'i authft'5'li:8 will make awry iposslbble fiort to secure tho pnyment of t'W Nocmbiers salaries ibefpra Clir4at)mas w, lek. Hartford Republican. luar MadU-onvlll- ". A Life Time 3 Koa-tuck- y. MAS PRESENT! p aii iii ". C, Will Erect Creosote Plant U & N. wtUl in Uip iniar ifnture plant at Cri'osoite erect an lextsnslv Qutliflle.'Ky., ,to cwt $1W,. This ptv.tt TUe Get our -- GUNS! GUNS! Oatvt-icttr- Oran-berrle- be usi4 to RkjiminaiUy i'r.?a't all orosstles aind tfcnbean txsal on Itnaicks, bridgies and tresssls. ,T)lirS tertctlon of great d:al to Quhrlu as plant means tt will bring quite a numl;r of mp! yees there ,tp wiik in tli,e plaint and ulll gceajtly Infaise the valm of prjtvrtv In tho town. will on Pianos, Player HoliiiPricts Organs and Small1 Instrm-men-ts; Sheet ' Music;' and Player Piano Music. Piaooi Hartford Music Ci v . 0LAT0N. Nov. Is IU. Mol-vvst- 2. l,lt,Ue Jllss i;tll Myrtle .Mien Hartford, MANY M. A. FAUGHt! Mg-r- tttfir-- T!o Pat, isjneits Saturday Misses Mioxley and Sunday at itfielr fornur hotn? jiear Tlifi T.rlslor, , ( ttlttHH4MflitMMM Bis, lft fr I And l1oi.u.f ibi(jvbu munition, Ac, Hartford. the the brought Jat lfd afte-rruion- , ,tle-u- ts W. U. S. CARSON. sr Groceryman t dV-- HARTFORD. Kli ... hf u'' s, weed &x-Ino- Mr. and Mrs. Jno. F. of Geo. W. Allen, Olaton fautfl 1, Iwt Flrlday nlylit. (Mr. Cieo. Flrnnt i piilntlng nt Niamows. Mr. Rrjinp Prey, of Staptwt, w,s In Olaton MndAy. Mr. Qmwi9b Hall, of McOwy Orwli. spent Firlday tnWsiut pMlibj mother, Mrs. JWvha Hall, pn Vie- Dnndep ioal. Mr. B. R. AJljan W3s bene Omiii Rqslne Firlday and Saturday. Maiitfir punk Hall lis raeturned a vlst to lUn .parents at HanUord. Mr. Jno. iF. Allan nvwle ast Tdewday. trip to Fqrtlflivllle Mr. J. I. Smith pmpluiawl a aood imule Jrorn air. Henry T. Felix' last wepk. 'air. and' 31rs. T. Uarks wad son. Master Qlitox Uasrks, visited during tlie neaj( Spring Llc4;. M)ep M,r. and airs. Arito Ml,tcl).ell. of New Uiyinus atud aits. Slltqlell's.fi'iqtihar and sister, of Jlnao, weim gutvits qf O. dlitt oivl family t OUtan Sunday. , - lAHen ,we,re guests PEOPLE Are willing to sacrifice-.- , themselves and their childrep to the prejudice of "what people-say.' I : jj I 1 I The Foolish Prejudice J lulnss ' sr"1!? TTi the Use of Classes AgafistX By children with defec tive Eyes of ten.reulla- in the greatest suffer- xj ing sometimes' per- manent'i disability one who might otherwise become a' power, in the world. "- - .of , ': ' so'-)1c- eo, s hr ' 'Z&!r&J - Is your husband crossT An Irritable, fault finding disposition is oltan duo to a disorganised stomach. A man wlt'i good digestion is nearly always good natured. A great many lwve naen cured of stopnaich trouble b) Tablets. For sal taking Chamberlain' by all dealeis. n y ...., J. P. TAPPANi The Reliable Jeweler" "" ". ', '.. t anA.UpticiaH. t Hartford, r. Ky't . rt : v tttfWtTtssts' "V CARELESS WITH SHIP NAMES HAVE YOUR SUITS Americans Pronounce Them In Most Extraordinary Ways, According to a Critical Traveler. "Is it not curious that some standard of pronunciation of nnmes Is not i ndopted in New York, particularly In hotels?" asked a traveler the other day. "I have In mind, particularly, ' the pronunciation pf the big Qunnrd-c- r thnt docked. I had friends arriving on her, nml I had occasion to about when J mnko many Inquiries they would probably reach the hotel. b I have Jotted 'down the various pronunciations I have heard in the last twenty-fou- r hours in this hotel. Each time I pronounced the name correctly In making the inquiry. "One room clerk mnde It Mcwre-tanlAnother called it Mauretanny. clerk dubbed it n information Mnrytanny. A porter spoke of the ship nB the Mowretanla. The head bellboy was authority for Murrytanla. The head waiter talked about the Mortlanna, and, I assure you, I have heard at least half a dozen other variations or combinations of these. "When I was in Paris last summer and had gone to the Garo St. Lazare to take the train for the Olympic at Cherbourg, I asked a man who was obviously an American which steamer a lot of people were going to take who were standing near another gate. "'The Sicily,' he said, or what sounded like it. I could not think of any ship of that name, unless a new Italian vessel had come out, and I could not imagine how an Italian ship could be sailing from Cherbourg. It was not until I had seen the name on a baggage label that I realized that the other crowd was going on the KronprlnzeBsIn Cecllle. We Americans are so careless in our pronunciation of proper names." a. Cleaned s Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. special attcntio.n. Reoaircd. Ladies work given Hats Cleaned and delivered. month. Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per Glilli. lfet! R 8BB 9 Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. ltLDO., Smoke Pleasure and other Pleasures tor the Man Who smokes HARTFORD, KY. lix, Master Commlsloncr; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. 11. IJIack, Slier- (Iff, Hartford, Urputlcji-- tf, Komn, O. iHcnvor Linm; 0.- V. Jonir, Jtmitp 6, llart 1 . ford; Jiirp, lJo'lne. Court convents first Monday in IVhruary and urn tlmua three wicks; thttd Mcjiday In .j.rll, two weeks; third Monday in OUubir two wveks. County Court.il. It. Wedding, Judge; V. 8. Tlnsley, Clerk, C H. Smith, At- torney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quurterly Court-Hes- lns on the fourth Monday, in February, May, August and No ember. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In Januaiy and first Tuvsduy In October. Other County Offlcerr-- C. S. Moxiley, FordsWIIe. Ky., H. F. V. riuneor, No. 2; Uernard Fciix' ,Akscsrof, Hurt-f6n- l, Ky., It. F. D. No. S; lluiry Leach, dupiTliittndcnt, Hartford; Ur. A. U. Uiley, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUHTS. D. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after JrU .Monduy In Muuh, Tuesday ur-t- cr 3rd Monday In Juno, Tuesd" after iril Monduy In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monduy In December. O. i:. Scolt, C10nnM.ll, Wcdneday Jrd Monduy In March, Wednesday nfter after Jrd Monduy In June, Wednesday after rd Monduy In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monduy In Dei ember. 021I0 Count-Circuit F. lllrkhead. Judge; lien D. ningo, Attorney: V. V. MUlklff, Jailer; K. a. llnrra-- s. Clerk; F. L. FeCourt-- T. Direotoiry" - Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HA.HTKOKD, KY. Will praotlco 1i!b uroftealon ,ln Uilk and adjoining counties. Commercial ' and Cruiilnnl IrncUco a Specialty. I ' Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith 'M Mpcstts. W. II. Barms nixl C. B. SmIUi ftiinounoe that Uwy lutvo fonw tcr tilio fitnienil jirnc a iKirUM-di'j- i Uce of law, fxcnit ciuIiiaI and dlvwr aifv.!, Mr. Smith Ihuiik County Attor-ttr?- s Is iiruwuted from iiractilclng euch coasoa. Mr. Uarius will lmllvldually practlo-A- , In Offlois aoccjit HnrtTortl llcpubliain building, Hart- ystt4A4 ford, K" jgy&. av a mm i GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE YANCYL.MOSLEY, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KT. Will practice his profession in all ths Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank. There is 6tnoke pleasure In this pure old Virginia and North Carolina brijrht leaf. Thousands prefer it to any other pipe tobacco. Thoroughly aged and stemmed and then granulated. A perfect pipe tobacco nothing better rolled as a cigarette. 'One and a half ounces of this choice tobacco cost only 5c, and with each sack you get a book of cigarette papers FREE. The other pleasures are the presents that are secured with the coupons in each sack of Liggett $ Myers Duke's Mixture. These presents delight old and young. Think of the pleasure that you and your friends can get from a talking machine, free, or such articles as fountain pens, balls, skates, cut glass, china, silverware, tennis racquets, hsbtng rods, furniture, etc. Proprietors B LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK John II. Miles, ltockport, Friday Jrd Monduy In Mutch, Ftiday after Jrd Monduy In June, Friday irfter after Monday In September, Frlduy after 3rd 3rd Monday In December. Centertovwi, Saturday i' ,Ju,ckson. In March. Saturday after 3rd Monday nf .a i.,OIlUu ln Ju"c. Saturday after ,Ji , ?nU.ay .'" September, Saturday Monday In December. .'' ,Cook' Henfrow, Tusedny after " .! u'"ay utter 3rd Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. afi. "'.0 M,"ul,. uiaion, Wednesday TvJT Wednesday fttr 2nd Monday Murch. Wednesday after 3rd Monduy In In May Wednesday aner 2nd Monday In NoSem Grant Pollard. FordsUlle. Tuesday ! J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. AH Ohio County LIKE MUSEUM OF FIREARMS nft.r Weapons Taken From West Virginia Coal Mine Strikers Include Flintlocks of 76. A motley and interesting collection of firearms has resulted from the disarming of strikers In the coal mine district of West Virginia, where martial law has been declared by Governor Glasscock. The arms taken from the guards hired by the mine operators are commonplace enough hundreds of Winchester repeaters with boxes of the ammunition for them. But the other pile take3 one back to the days of the minute men. There were old English fowling pieces of beautiful workmanship; Kentucky rifles with barrels six feet long; flintlock muskets that probably did good service in 1776; Sharp's rifles like those that the free Boilers carried into "Bleeding Kansas" in '58; a dozen varieties of carbines Burnsldes, Maynards, Spencers and u others such as the troopers of knew how to wield so well, and modern military rifles, effective weapons that are now sold for a few dollars apiece by many department stores as a result of the war department's policy of selling discarded firearms at auction. Among the old pieces aro guns by such famous makers as Ty-ro-n and Derlnger of Philadelphia, Sutherland of Richmond and Baltior more and others of seventy-fivone hundred years ago, to whom gun making was a fine art. Springfield Republican. 'Gl-'6e andDecemberonlywe will tend you our new illustrated catalog of presents, FREE. Just send us your name and address on a postal. assorted with tars rem HORSE SHOE. J.T..TINSLEV3 NATURAL LEAF, GRANGER TWIST, coupons from double coupon). FOUR ROSES llOc-tPICK PLUG CUT. PIEDMONT CIGARETTES, CUX CIGARETTES. and other tats and coupons issued by us. Coupons from Duke's during November An a arterial offer. Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. Jrd Monday in Auius, Thursday er SPECIALTY. Jid Monday in Kotetnlier. Momfrv f.!,0fr ,ta'l'h. t'r'Jay after 2nd li tion. Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS day' "rdMoA? Au'.l'1 fVuy uf!" 2nd Mon' UyinnNov?lnber.KrWay to7 Friday "" HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Mixture may hi a Judge; John U. Wilson. S..yrt . ,?rnt'y: J- - ' Stevens. Marshal "VWK" Stco"U i,u""ay month. 1? wmianw. Mayor: w'n in VCT". mo KILLths COUCH w CURE ths LUNCS " er.i. I. It .?,..? "' yci4-lMW- Tt HOOV- - n5S,Tr.IUISf::..i itELIQIOUS Moore, Ireu &L!y'Lr:kK3euradH: SEltVICEa ces South-Servi- Cuouer. W. J. it....,' Ctalr- - U"'. Dr. King's New Discovery F0RC8ffii, AM HJL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. QUARAMTBXO SATISFAOXO&Tl OK XONE7 KXTOXDEI). JSh. Premium Dent. ar !''' tyWaaaJ the 4(jfffrWUAUl7U cu SEEDS4 Mass 11 9nurch jSv rvei"nS every. ST. LOUIS. MO. KassflBffiKS8as SPECIAL OFFER:will MM lUtr.Bsilarw. A trial nika too our Mrmwent customer. I O.U.. to-da- y; WCKMffS IBM succaa I 1 Wedncs-Ju.":... evenhur. Rev. T. V. Joiner, every Sunday miSJin"1 and School .m:.. Tlrayer n'elfnK -- very Wed- y yJ" eiH.ch ar"l 'rd Hun-- I Sunday mon'. ""' ryer meetlnj; everySchool 9: monrlns ni C times plunge into It from time o time. Sqirl in it its show window When a dc has lostgrass appetite as known eats that species of (Remarkable Thing 8eems to Be That dog's grass. Cats also eat grass, catnip, etc., when sick. Sheep and cows Ftw Women Are Seen Among in the same circumstances seek out the Spectators. certain herbs. An animal suffering "Vv nnitna urViot tionnan. nvavM? from chronic rheumatism Invariably jUste some enterprising firm puts a keeps as much as possible in the sun. The warrior ants maintain regularly live girl In a show window?" ask-mthe old timer the other day, ac- organized ambulances. Latrellle cut the antennae of an cording to the New York Herald. 8ame thing every time. I don't care nnt. Other ants covered the wounded Arbat It is she's demonstrating a new part with a transparent fluid from chimpanzee is Mir dye, a vacuum cleaner, the ad- their mouths. If a flow of blood by vantages of pink teeth or a breakfast wounded It stops the How to Carve a Turkey. placing its hand on the wound or Hold the knife and fork in an easy .food result's the same every time. "There's a big crowd to see the dressing It with leaves and grass. manner with the hand over the handle how, but never a woman near. Hu- - Harper's Weekly. of the fork, palm down, forefinger exasan nature, that's all. It's easy to tended. The ends of the drumstick should be tffure on what the men are doing Cannibals. trimmed to enable the carver to there. If it's a vacuum cleaner they're Some ono has recently written .calculating the week's expenses to see handle them conveniently. cannibals. jit seems thai Place the turkey before the carver Jiow soon they'll be able to take one book about cannibals still are! Enough of themtc with the head to the left. home to the other half, and they want a book about! It must be unInsert the fork across the middle to know al about the way the thing write pleasant to be a cannibal, and still of the breastbone. Cut the skin beworks more unpleasnnt to be eaten by one! "If it's a new breakfast food that And yet they tell us that in large sec tween the breast and thigh. Bend the leg over and cut off closo to the "the young person is advertising, why of Africa and still larger see body through tho Joint. Next cut they're all waiting outside till they n tlons America the custom o) down through the wing joint from top tions of South to distribute the samples to take eating one's friends and relations, no 'home to the same halt again. It It's to mention one's enemies, Is general of shoulder. To cut the breast, slant a new hair dyo they're wondering There are certain points of etiquette from the front of tho breast bono down toward the wing Joint. (whether anybody would notice It If to be observed, such as not eating Draw the fork from the breast and Jtbey had to begin to use It, and if It's, time divide the leg and wing. one's mother before a certain pink teeth that the girl's showing oft after her death, or one's children, ex To get tho stuffing, cut tho turkey well, find your own reason, but it cept as a religious celebration. Bu) to the same thing. Breakfast in general the lid is off. Go as far at between tho body and the breast. jcomes iood or teeth, vacuum cleaner or hair you like! Eat anybody who will bt Woman's World. dye, these men all look as it they are eaten! Or who won't be! "Spelling Without Drudgery." .going to know all about it, and thcy'ro Miss Haynes, a Boston school teach going inside to ask questions it they er, should have a monument raised to Instinct. Can't do It any other way. "But with the women It's not so Where the river winds througt her memory by the boys and girls of easy. Why don't they stay to see the grassy meadows, as sure as the soutr the world. She has devised a way of '.bow? Might be for one reason, wind brings the rain, sounding hli "teaching spelling without drudgery." t&lght bo for another. Might be that note in the- reedy alders, the Btarllng Her pupils range from Ave to six '.they'd like to seo It more than a comes back to his nest again. An years, and she has made each one of but they can't. They wouldn't these not miracles? Promptly yoq them to represent a letter of the al llke to push" a man out of the way. answer: "Merely the prose of natural phabet, and tho class spends its time JOr maybe they wouldn't look If they fact; nothing but instinct plain and in playing a game called "putting the ,'could the girl In the window's get-4- 1 patent, born in the creatures, that bidt letters together." The consonants are ng all the attention, the hussy or them act." Well, I have nn instinct all cousins, and the vowels are either maybe they just haven't time. What as fine and valid, surely, as that of the short brothers or long brothers, repredo you think?" beasts and birds, concerning deatb senting the different pronunciations and the life immortal, too deep foi of the letters. The child who reprelogic, too vague for words. N6 tract sents double-- wears a green coat be(KNOW AND APPLY REMEDIES of beauty can pass or perish, but cause of the pigeons that coo in the other beauty Is somewhere born; no green trees. There is a hint from (Lower Animals Have Instinctive Idea seed of truth or good be planted, but which the whole game may be conthe yield must grow as the growing structed. of What to Do In Periods of ' corn. Bliss Carmen. Affliction. Aerial Shooting. The English army is getting ready is held that the simple remedies It to greet aerial Invaders by making its to cure Jef. nature generally sultlco What Texan Admire art of la marksmen 'beasts of their ailments and that they Is Jitarty, vigorous life, according to shooting at proficienttargetsthe midair. moving in guided to them by Instinct. jare target consists of the model of a A large number of species w'ash Hugh TuHnian, of Ban Antp)iuV. ,"Vo The half-slie- , elephants, find," ho writes, "that ttr. KuVg's Njw flying machine, made about themselves bathe and which is passed rapidly over the tags, birds, ants, eto. Animals rid put no,w lit unJ energy beads of the marksmen by a wire. themselves of their parasites by us- - Life Tills mri'ly The machine carried a dummy "pilot," Mng dust, mud, clay, etc. Those suf Into u person. Wife ami I believe tlify recently tbla was struck by a fering from fever restrict their diet, aro ithe best made." Kxcellent for Hlom-aej- i, and bullet at an equivalent distance of keep quiet, seek darkness and ulry liver or kidney trouble. 9 cts al 1,000 feet, and another shot struck the places, drink much water and some- machine, but missed the pilot. all druggists. TtntUFS IUtfMfrtftmrtf Balto- -lw rMjM.jmmm In SU. UAmj.na..v the flnMt t Tmte. I SDlsixUd ton tmU- - Seljoul Write Mention this Paper. i l tfcU to eoftt pMtaf m4 puk lag a&4 m Mpuwrwiui mj eomcii i rci mih run amurai ItiiiiiTH km aw wwhi BUM, nuiu, i wu wi noil WMWWWWMMMW SEND lO CENTS kI.W.WH, WCSMffic&K?.Li a. m. P. Chureh-Servl- ccs Sunday Scool 9:46. 9:3 Elder W. U. WrJht first Sunday In .!. !! J oiaj .t ttl SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 75. F. a. M.. meets first aim third Monday each month. Owen Hunter. W. night I? M.. P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chupter No. 110. R. A. meets every third Saturday night M.. In 1'rlcat W Srinni!;vJOv!m,T,Hartford Chapter No. St, O. E. S.. meets sernmf nn.l Electric Bitters k is the best &&.& ltoueh Jtli'm &0,ru r.i.i. xr "'' ..... i.a i.-i-- i... Succeed when everything; else fafla, In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands bave testified. FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND STOMACH TROUILK "Sffi medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. r.n.i,r NEW THE SEWING litmus. m,t-tsver- y Tuesday night. .fk Very Serious It is a very serious matter MACHINE OF QUALITY. !!i'h,iVVieir?-ifi,r"- bo-,gl- - lit-,tl- to ask arlffln.Lady tor one medicine and have the Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Record Keeper. wrong one given you. For this Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F.. meets NOT reason we urge you in buying to secoLd and fourth In SOLD be careful to get the genuine R'VTihVi'- - ,WnnBWKob?l Grand UNDER Ohio Trlba No. 18s, Imp. Order ANY V.. .""" Men. mppi i..i.,,.i .i . """ tuurwi vtcunes duy night j OTHER t.aL., lollth, Kll,s Kos BUck-draugHT NAME. 'ae. Chief of llurtford Camp, W. O. AV. 20" Liver Medicine iiiguih n.iv ........1 ...;., r. luurui ctoxuniay WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. .,;',t.r.,n..''a-'1,,."l.0.n- , Consul Coniinan- ! The reputation of this old, relia",,uu""!: ClmK. W. C. If you purcliaso tho NKW J10.MK you will Wulluc"" ble medicine, for constipation, inhuvo a life asset ut tho price you pay, and will Preston Morton Post No. 4, a. A. R.. digestion and liver trouble, is firm. not luivc an endless chain of repairs. dflJS8UMnrn ,",eeV",!S t""ay beforo ly established. It does not imitate r ?d MMi.Al0,"day ,n,ech month. Commander; J. M. Rogeia, other medicines. It is better than Quality others, or it would not be the fauWi-iif-Viof tho vorite liver nowder. with a lnrcer v y ttt'Ciillil fill Considered r""" sale than ell others combined. udi month SOLD IN TOWN Fa Suivshlne Hlvo No. 42 L. O. T. M., ovary Rust and tilled P.rlday nlg! e ln cucli month. Mrs. Attyj Orlffln, Lady Commander; Mis. II. K. Mlsahk', L'uly Rocoid Keoper. Ladies! ave Mosey and Keep ia If you want a (sewing machine, write for Rough River Lodge No. 110. KnAshts Style by Reading McCall's our latest catalogue before you purcbane. of I'jitUlas, mo"ts every night. Magazine and UsiBg McCall Patterw The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass. u. l,. Tuynor, C. C, J. Ney Fpstur, K. McCiir. Hainlstv.111 of R. & S. MAGAZINE MSCALLS hell) yuu tiros , K. O. T. M.. unt' thlr Tliuraday Coniinander; L. v. toreman. Record Keeusr. Sunshine Hlvo No. 42, L. O. T. M t. Hartford' Tent No. ,ll,rd !UeJ,,h!ryrst..ana Attye Friday night Mrs. HOME p--'- au "". Ash-Ad- Jt 6 SS?!T-.Woodme- n " a r"a,Tu,y. 1 nf.-o.t- OUsMsfclO " - Tu-isda- fill-Ivii- lr o To Introduce largeit cash and at death, and plicant from particulars. 130.06 TO S10O.00 A MONTH For your spare time Experience not needed. Want an active man In thta locality. -. re Cash-non- A. S. M. lib 1 us to your friendbenefits when lc. for smallest cost. offer to first apthis place. Write quick for We pay Injured, THE 83S. Covington. I AM ry work. PREPARED mate uificera: H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. Ky. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice President. ' " Treas. O. P. Roeraer, Warren county, State Organizer. c. u. Allen. Henry county, and Lat- tl.l OriLVIa Allti rAiintv Abulota... Vint National Officers: President-F. Sharp. Narrews, Ky. Vice Presldent-- J. M. Woods. dlanapouV Ini opom,o liy keeping toil posted 011 ilia i.'icvi laxni'ini in clothes anil liuti. 60 uluublu li.riiriiiatluii :i II tio:nu unit pet-mnmm lets, (inly l.'O n jur, InrliulniT II pntte;:i. .Sulj. pan asm esay Hrii'O (ml ay or send awrt eamtnam for frco tauiplo copy., Iit'tiMt iW tlllt,T l fleCtliril'crsiT.'i'lr" lilllU Jri tA tnshn In wmiM Mf onn iiomo. umiiyjirroiMiiiniius lotinni: rur jouiself Slut ilalcii.r.1 ,UUU mil tupiifect In slylo nml fit Prlc ikuio hl-lthtfl 1 icuu beiid tur fn.u raUern I'uiulucuu. ( Ws Will Cnt Ym fist rnxslt fur ccUIng sill). scrlplioiis nimiiKT tour ftlriKlt. I'reiuluiii ( iit.ilouuu soil I uli I'ruu Ullor. THE UcCAU COBfAMf. 239 Is 249 Wl 37ii SL. KIW HeS I ut a iikhIpmio 1 " cw l'.isbluii Dcdlsiti In eiidi li.Min. AlM ! I ' j """" To do any kind of Veterinacows need not die Calls attention. -' Horses, mules and for want of answered day or night. organizers. Hun XXTatmnn ltnar.1 nf TllrAtnr --.-" . v"..""TV"l an. en tuuiuy; 7."iV uanieit, unio county; A. H. Urooks, Uracken county; R. R. I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss. Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. v,-- v. "" V W. H. H et RILEY Veterinary Surgeon tic C, y. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford. Ky. L L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, R. V. D. No. (. 1 H. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson. Olaton. Ky. 4. B. L. Alford. White Run. Ky. 5. Richard I'lumer, Taylor Mlnes,Ky. 1 J. L. Brown. Rockport. Ky. TYPlWKrnrvGaMl BA afAMiBsMWk MssMisBlBHBBBBBBksBVK ttatfaMMsMllllfllBrtf BOOKKEEPING IWUHIItMLLMf X.T W IP TELEGRAPHY i itK:iXsrii.'fiiuti1! B. c5wI!Bjplj:. T ,5fefewii rr iT" ...in,, i. iiiKimi.i.i . i. .... - tvnr imtiyW 'JNf' -- 4l FAIR THAT MADE Jesus is god's gift TO ALL HUMANITY CASTQRIA For Infants and Children. A TOWN WMF IIP Bowling Green's School Gather- Salvation Is ot God's Love, Not of The Kind You Have "Liin. IS,.? ' ing Beat the Circus. IT ROUSED CIVIC PRIDE, Justice or Necessity, I .....- uuu vnu man ennnoe unutraiuuuI .!. muuiu mm.I nui.v....n INflMT SVAMftSl If the mjjori.y of rr.in f,uSered as murh pain and endured wHS nncotnptainingty. patience Ilia weakening r.ickncsics tlict .oil viorcti do, they would oik toe Immediate sympathy and l.)olc for n quick curs. Mcny women havo been saved from o life of misery end suffering by rarnfivf to the riht remedy Dr. I'iircs'a Fatoritc Prescription a remedy which is iaf to take because containinjj no narcotics, nlcoliol or injuriouo IniJredicnU. It is M alterative extrcct of roots, made with pure glycerin, end If..--: t Sven to ths publia ky that famous specialist in the diseases of women Dr. R. V. Pierce, ot CaJ Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of Huiialo, Is. Y. & WOMEN TAKE NOTICE! ...... . a.AIn4 t ri .: ' I c ud n tcitlmrnlal with much Measure to tlntr-sra- . r '..Turing woman may know tlio truo worih of yonr rciae-ilw- Mr.. Lizzin M. in:siim:r.n,oi Lincoln, t o.).,)iO'0'S, a n-p- " AXtTinl.Mi!.! Pivnirii. r. i . :;v.Ihc',.' u"""ii.i;iisi t tomaclis Ai.eoimi. i pt'iiMi'M. inj 5 i - Always Bought Bears the Signature of slmll;ilimliirir.initivin...f..u andDawfsiI a PromolcsDiiwlionJCIifctfi ncss aivl Ifesf Coalaln j nxw Opiiim.Mori)!.iiic iwrMui'ral. AAt And Made Citizens Realize Thai Ken tucky Waa Forging Forward to Take Her Place With Other States of the Union. A circus enn brine n crowd Into a town tliat will tax tlio livery stithies niii! side street, but n school fnlr mul Intrude, can do tho same. On Oct. 2U Rowling Green was crowded, crowded as If n show wns In town, but there was n difference. It was a crowd of eager, expectant people, with eyes looking fur beyond the irere parade: It was a crowd that marks the awakening of a state that had dozed comfortably for Misunderstanding of What Constitutes the Divlno Penalty For Sin Has Misled Us In Respect to Every Feature of God's Program For Our Recovery From the Penalty. Hochpster, N. Y.. Nov. 21. Pastor Sa ltiiHsull of llrooU- m n Is hero. We report onu of his nil dresses from tho text, "Thanks be unto God for Ills i 1 r?Sf l?si- - i I j 1 was a great stiltorer from female troubles but nftcr taking cno Wn!.- cl Dr. i'lprca'.-- r.worlto Prescription, sh!c't a ro friend odvld mo to take, I found myself very inuclt d. A't.r t.'.klng three imrn bnttlet, and u.jIn' two Uirt-found myjelt on tlin 3f Dr. Plcrjo's Lotion Tablets, I 1 was In poor health for flvo years but m.itl to recovery. , ... iiu'v I am a intl. . . win hope ,.u women nifriniy irnm rl Dr. 1'ioroo's Favorite prescription irmnw trlat. a fair Give s Baw'ilBsW S1! rik. ' Kaa .Ilrrs lUElMFn. Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorat ;, tiny traauics. stomach, liver 2d bowels. Sugar-costs- Sis1' Not Narcotic. ... JtxtptcrotJDrSwmrmva ansa1 Egi fjS I' SerJ" . ffWv' EgE6 P"iXR JhiSfOKIt Anulttl JMtlWtf lultibn. I I I ij .ft fT jiI Bk'".a sMsssMBasm, rPASTQR. gUSSELDJ unspeakable Gift." Corinthians II Ix. 15. JAMES & CO., li The Pastor In order to nppreclnto tb M S.-.- that Kae Use For Over lro BaS E Apcrfcrl Remedy forCoiKfipi I Ion . Sour StowiCu.Diarrha Yorms ,Coimi!sioiis.Frvcrb!i ncssandLossoFSLEEP. Facsimile Signature of IgfllT W& I NEW YORK. SIBBEST. Thirty Years vl SjJ R, ctf- laWjlT!TT3kng !? iTSjiaMaSSSSSJI ulllill.JSSJSBBSBBBJBJBJBJBJ Kpgff fejarantced under htt,gj Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA thc M eitru commnt. mw to. errf. " ff laHk. POSITIONS GUARANTEED, Wo need rouny more WE will us roal soon.eoon aathe enormous required nt onco to supply wo got tho demand Aa n. GUARANTEE you position If you fbr our Krndunteo. number of studonta this oner will bo wlthdrowu. So writo at onco tor particulars. V I I f V BUSINESS COLLEGE oico, w. mciiwahtv: i lKCUMrOBAXKO T ( .j iam) OV ER KHTABMBIirn IITO4 TOTJISVIL.tn KY. l.lle" Kortlitm Gro1 la rliT ccJ stowlniCa.tr(.utailoi.ol.i'fatol txluud llico. It U) U uerlul p'.anl llie tmt. Backl-re- SEEDS rl Sl "Full ol vkiAAi 65 YEARS' CXPEntENCC bci&onablc Spcclalllr . 5jnuhel , . J. Ju iel Ntw htrinitleiJ Green Pod . Ij 7 J " Imp. Klilney Wax H& B"'1 I)ali New White Wax . . 4.;5 Curne's Kust 1'root Wax . H Ja Utuha Eatllwt Rnl Valentine KriiiKeeKxtra Karly J j jo Buihet J5 jo Buthel Honlord' Maikrt Garden 130 itusnci HurViw..' l.lsliiiiimrExiiress iioo liustiel and a full - line ol Lettuce. iUtlth, Tomato See3. riints and Bulb at lowest Krpwin- M7i S:nd lor comptete catalogue or utalt a lUt of our teiulrements and will quote price. lluy direct trom the jtrower Sae Money. Write today. Mention this paper. Kxtra Karly Alatka 1k... tTl aTmitii . 130s Baabc .St., DUAN8 . l!iin!iM Trade Marks CABVDlnUT4 Art. . mttA lAanrlnf Inn mtlf o.lnion fro wbellicr mi ntiicklr ascertain our patentishifc.Coiriniuiilrn. ii..Vmlnn Is nrnhnblr Iliimstrlctlyronndentlal. HANDBOOK onrt'uipuu nut tree. Oldest iiiiey for PCurliiBateiils. Co. rscslTa I'uients taen tbroUKh Munn irMI nolle, without cnree, in tbe PEAS. . '! nmiriNfi .to .Llt Scientific Hmcricaii. ' piumuas, UOtci a. ?"''".IOUr fOar Branch ??.K!s."112.".:!5 est DVns ttf sniim-P--- Sa'hK." .-. H. W. BUCKBEE Bockfx Kkf erd Ser4 Fmu. MUNNSG ;0(36.Bad",.r.eWTQ.K J6 r 8U Washington. D.C. ? obtains ta snd TRADC.MARKSPron.ptty eouLtrtt . or no I . Us obtain PAT NTS adrsnias thorn thoroujWy, at our THAT PA syaiiM. audlelp yuu to succesa, Bend rroueu yuviu ur mwu tur r nBiS. !". W yeass practice. SUR on aUaUblllty. aU t K'k PASSING RirCriCN CCS. ForfreaOukle Buok on rrorltabls Patents writs to f .l, i,.ii...l M. aiir nrrfert fit. ilmnl citT and teliaWHty nearly 40 jean. . hold In .nearly every city and town In the UiiiteU Maiei ati ' li. malt illrftt. More told than any other nuke. Send lor tree catalojue. McCALlS MAGAZINE More aubjcrihera than any othei laahlon a month. Imaluabe. I.aU ilremnaklnir, f est itIci, pattern!, needlework. millinery, plain iewinfr.lancy cents f etlqurtte, pood itorlr., etc. Only W pattew.a year (north doubli), IncludlnR a Trie send lor sample copy. bubitr.To today, or WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to AeentJ. Postal brines premium cataloeue and new cash prlso oflers. Addresk 6Blt Sl HEW till McCAlX CO, K te 2 W. , MeCALL PATTEBNS 03S0t ISeswtanth Strotst, WAS M PI BTOH, P. W. ? fri.it inayaifis ??"? MieKUE'SMJLBS L w W .- BULBS' ' SUCCEED! "-"- s money reiuou. ...-- ... " f a- ! ti...t. .uuwcuH rillrtlnsiv.-"T7"'- uiHn.M.nww W mmtmmm0?KTZ- - IIh.I.. Vlklfc.. 11.... m u, i.u..u """-:;- :: s: sani. L w T Mao. to ww f frrBitlTfaaloaBuarantecd SPECIAL OFFER'. IfualsmAaA. SIJ A ' 1 or your ' ' vv"ai, rt.ui.srrtwT5";r:T.::-,j.r.-LT.Jki- PROCURED and ocreNDfJJ:! '"" .ksu.l uss ratsat Exclusively. I Juliu4 ,ii kix an irjLB An rur.A.n Mention Oil? Payer I Writ, fo.Jr L I i I f3ta"llp,0,iu;rk. Uli Tulip.. ." . Kuuk US ... hull BjuluU. lie. IN ALL WUWRini"' ,lmt' vJihrs, ArtrtvUhWuU'St' PitMt Mi InMnMnwit Practice Wrltu or coma W us at t io Utatk itrsst, asar TJslts ?rr.?:. r.I3tJ7-iiIIMUH'VMt -- k, . li uiujmi. iMixwiifs. . ly.ftriT.iistrfstonsltkUUMlrtlral ; HkWtei K.rH.Uy.s sLJmejlaW vftMH kM. W. s,iMrir5rcK.irjs: ax. a wlZ- home uoaa gooxrou, . ..,. IMaiu, i waiiwmw"ir!J. iu. i (di . ' .. tW '77j0e0fYysi0 irmMstA -- JPeWicifisAp 1 r rims I II I sill II IZlllfUCi (rAPs 0 . subjects, we must handle the t God honestly. We must recognize that our Lord Jesus Is one person and the Prompt Attention and Good Service. Father another person. The oneness between the Father and the Son is that declared by our Master Himself, sayTRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, ing that He nnd tbe Father are one In the same sense that He desires all of Ills disciples to be one In mind, in purpose, In will, In effort. (John xvll 21. 23.) Our Lord Jesus Is God's unspeakable Gift The Scriptures declare that the took the nature of men In order to redeem sinners; but that in Him fl.35 Louisville Herald there was no sin. Only a sinless one The Republican and could give to God a Hansom Tor Adam, Cornier-Journ- al 1.50 and thus redeem from destruction, not The Republican and inonly Adam, but all his posterity, 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at volved In sin nnd death through him. speaker then showed that God The 1.50 and Farm set before our Lord n great joy, the The Republican and Home influence of which led Jesus to endure T.wice - a- WeekOwensboro Inquirer 1.75 cheerfully the bitter experiences of His The Republican and earthly life. This joy Is intimated to 3.50 Louisville Daily .Herald have been: (1) His pleasure In doing The Republican and (2) Ills privilege of tho Father's will; 3i50 "bringing many sons to glory" the The jaepublicam ana uauy uwensDoro inquirer LINE OF SCHOOL BOOTHS. Church; (3) Ills pleasure and joy In beTwice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 years; It wits n crowd that unconscious- - ing by nnd by the world's Bcstorer, de- The Republican and ly was makliiK history. It was not a livering them from the power of Satan. :. lTS1 yellltlir. Minrini: crowd, but one that sin nnd death. "Wherefore." St. l'aui The Republican and Kentucky Farmer stood quietly as the parade passed and says. "God hath highly exalted Him." 1.30 made remarks that were pregnant wnn for above "angels, principalities nnd The Republican and New Idea "Woman's Magazine.. it One Krfzzled old fanner look powers, and every name tlint Is named." tlimiKlit. ed far down tho lino of sturdy march The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.60 An Opposite Course From Satan's, Iuk children, smiled and remarked to Pastor Bussell then contrasted the his neighbor: "This Is the blKKest day course purbiied by Satan with that fol- The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 ItowlliiK Oreen over hod. It's bljurer lowed by our Lord. Meditating amthuu speeches, elections and every thing bitious designs, Satan fouud an opporelso." tunity In Eden. He beheld iu our flrsl Just think of practically every school parents a new order of belugs, designchild In tho county In line, parading thc ed to bring luto existence u race that principal streets of tho townv Tlllnk ol woufd Oil the earth. Satan essayed U tlio school prldo that ennio to them bo ruler or prince over this human crewullo preparing their unlquo costumes ation: and bv so doing, be not only be and banners to compete for tlio prizes came a rebel against God. but brought k. offered. There wero whole schools In sin and death into the world. bluo and white, black and scarlet, pursued an opposite Our Lord Jesus brown and red and pure white. One course, nnd demonstrated His loyalty group had each and every boy. big and and obedience. St Paul intimates that little. In a brand new pair of bluo over- although tbe Logos wns much higher alls. Even the subdlstrlct trusteo bad than was Lucifer, yet He was humble, caught the contagion of enthusiasm and "meditated not a usurpation," as Heads and marched in bis 1 ew blue overalls. the Greek text declares. (Phil. il. Unck to tbe top of tbe bill on which 0.) He thought not by robbery to be Bill Heads the buildings of tbe Western Normal equal with God. On tbe contrary, our rest went tbe line of march. Behind Lord willingly nccepted the Divine prothem went tbe throng of parents and posal that He should be humbled to the friends to have a look at tbe display human plane for a time, in order to Envelopes of tho Boys Corn club of warren curry. out the Father's Plan. county and thc exhibits of tbe schools. To the Church, Jesus is God's unIn one or tne targe rooms at xne bcuoui speakable Gift He Is Indeed a Gift booths Were arranged that each dis- to the whole world, unspeakable in trict school might have a distinct space value, but He Is more to the Church for its handiwork. A walk among than to the world. To His footstep given tipRO booths showed beaten biscuits, And He is the "Captain of their cakes, bread, preserves, Jellies, garden followers. Snlriition." their Bridegroom, their vegetables, doll furniture, sewing of "Elder Brother," their great High Priest Through Him they are privileged to be the Royal Priesthood. Through the merit of the sacrifice of Christ thoy are privileged to "present their bodies living sacrifices, holy, acceptable unto God." The Pastor then said that Justice is the foundation of God's Throne, in to harmonize Jus WnVm&S ' .BaSaWaBaP "v I tho past, endeavors Creator's dealings tlce with our great H .w iAwafc'M aBBBBSHsnsnBft 'I vth humanity havo involved us in dllllculty. We wero assured by the prominent creeds that God had knowingly brought mrnklnd into existence laSBBBSiBaSBBBBKUlBBBBBHBBSBBBBSBJ 4. that tne KSTjBBsffsBsBMl' BBj nuiler such conditions eternity Ingreat tormajority would spend ture. Wo perceived no Justice In any such nrmngement. But while desistv ing from criticising tho Creator, we BMr "n.i could not lndoro such n course, nor For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks seo it to bo In harmony with tho I of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She regulations govorujug ourselves. 1 Vi our enemies, should says: "At last, I took down and thought I would de. I If wo are to love H ;';, .f.Pasf. BaWMaiy .HBfc moro bo expected of fallen human berntiiri not sleen. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The ings than of our perfept Creator? doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so The Scriptures declare only the rimri'li see' the "lengths, many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui APRONS. CAKE8 ANP JBLLIE3. breadths, heights and depths of the saved my Hfel Now, I can do anything." all kinds, drawings, palutlngs, collec LoviJ of God." whlchj passeth under standing. This class alone Is In any tions of leaves nud various woous. The corn show was splendid, but It sense prepared to give thanks to God must be takeu up as a separate story. now for His unspeakable Gift, .Their ... ST..,!.. Iv.s .. iu In fact, tho Impression tuiuie on your tlliinKS GO up, not amy I.. Muiir. uu. ronnrtor during tho whole day ho spent also In actions, which "speaklouder at Bowling Green was that it was all tbnu words." Theso thauks nsceud as too big, too fine, too impressive to sweet Incense to God. or suffer from any of If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, buudfo properly. It Is easy to feel By and by. "All tho blind eyes wlU women, such as headache, the pains peculiar to weak tho throb of enthusiasm In a crowd be opened and all the deaf ears will bi that Is surcharged with It, but It Is a unstopped." Then the whole world of leeungs, pains in arm, siue, mV backache, dragging-dow- n far different matter to put It luto cold niiinklud. Including those awakened symptoms of womanly trouble, you or limbs, and other print. from the sleep of death during Messhould try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perSuch events make us know Kentucky siah's reign, will lie in condition to reo has roused herself from her nap and is ogulze God's unspeakablo Gift and renfectly harmless, vegetable Ingredients, Cardui Is the best stretching herself' and rubbing her der thanks. When wilful evil doom remedy for you to use, as H cut do you nothing but good. eyes. It Is only necessnry as she rubs shall havo boon destroyed, then eveir after-effecfrom her eyes to mnko creature In Heaven, on earth and l It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad the drowsiness her see the problems that confront her tho sen shall bo heard saying, "Pnilse Ask your druggist. He sells and recommends Cardui. children clearly, then to uiako her glory, honor, dominion and might Chattanooga. Tcna, Wrtttto- - Udles' Advisory Dept, ChslUnooi a Medicine Co., move forwnrd steadily toward the nim that blttetb on the Throne, book, "Home Treatment lor Women.'' tent tree. J 54 for Soeclal Inttructkns, aad e should lie hers among her nnd to tho Ijitnb. forever," through tbft place that lister states of tbe Uulou. unspeakable Gift. r. OUl !..... ll"lllil- nil "It "II Word of First Class L,iverymaM Centertown, Kentucky. OUR CLUBBING RATES. Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN'. asasas. YOUR Letter Noteheads Cards x .. ts. M Statements other printed forms are Special Attonton In The Republican x Job Department. : s'aya,aii "Cardui Cufld Me" o WJE3faPJ'Skl"v ii . CARDU T WomarfsTonic i I . V . . . . 1 o.ti-.Sl- . ' A - VOICE OF CHURCH BELL Interesting Stories moriOfw toll, e I I era " The I,oril A Jia-- inwry on jwi" kiH. are Told of chimes. ' alilrBej". It In onrn'Mly lioipcd I'mt a li n to ill' or loiwlo-inumber of persons w,ll biln Mc cujfVi lirlnrilnu f'.i'i ftiq-an i ioti- (pitted winld their com, iiiir- - :rotuc( i:a,c'i lielfry at t'ie ccn,n!i eulUWM proiueis 10 exiuuii or 10 on-potnke'iip tlii' u,a and oss It !rm. parWV f,r Ut prlzm. Tho corn t In ninny Unjllpli tbi Jmt'or d'PHtiiHint. Inn bell used to bo invin In tli mTn- The wonipn bae not dittn n;gts-t-to irtniini Ins of SJirow Tuv-la- IMt twelve oVIoek, utj of q'ninr'l 'H' a'winwi' t nrrUpl rtt oivVwis of t,!to asochtlon, tt urp' will b,i men at nttV1n.1l iipu!fAVn In. Wv who will tlo iprln-bvi-rilni-s INDIANA GIRL IS i '- -j iny ' dllcr nl GROWING NEW NOSE """ . M Flesh From j Floating Rib Bnd eration. lv Arm Used in Op. fal'-'ifu- l to Fishermen Hear Bells Ring from the Depth of The Sea now clw.nrc)il lii aifint to 11 til". In Xtrti,viVpi:nn'-i,iTrld,e niufflofl on one 1U nnd wan knpwn n tine latlier v Hell". ns a rn-- conta litJjvW !. TiW "M-dk- e tio pvttfi "ran-bur- n .nlw'ijs pliyd an Anipon'mit lutt In roltoous In UV book.j of 12odus ami or ,lhe ililif'i fVie onnani,Oiits niicti's .p,hoii iVichi'te lull, so Ut.it "XImIt touivcI oinld In? lie.iid wtf'witvar lie oUli In a- - run : tli uut of the h.uiou-My.- " TWr uh- In the t?i.Wn rlnnvli jbtil.r.s een to this d ly, bell belli fouitd i,s tliipy Wi'pc of old uii live filn-rof r.r,Vfetly KarnuntH. consist- Tjip oral l.i as of the of many .tradition- - touching l'ie UK jln'ac law, tells that tile nnelqnt IkVIs. In'uiixnthlo tvadlt'o's .vc known t;k imis k. "It Is a plensuro to toll you tint the bs Clrimberlnln's Coi:cTi Uor.ipiy coiibii medicine I line imot used," writ Mrs. IIukIi Cinipbcll, of Inoiiln, Oi "I bac Ufed It with all my clilldri.n .ind the lisiilt Ime boon blslily Tor rale by all dealers. jiatU-factory- ." Agricultural Extension. The been ColleKe woek of January by t'.w f-- e 1313, ha.1 il y, !slnn.i'l of iViIb AarKsuUu-.- Stale t' lie-ano- tinplojfil rvere u.lri la row belt, wl.lcli le Thest- called .Miv.'rupliAtn. o" 'is'il on i3i'tfcir,nt nioasUir.s .by the of te.nple oKlqtiis and caused rijnn,tl' such noise In Vie streets to It was of Jriisale;n tint atoli the woib wt u pppakor. Tibelr pur thro'-tol'fj icill 1'ie p,rls; cs 4r f49r'i.w, to siiiniiion ,lVe Lea Ho V omc and shu. an 1 to .afpr,le parsi t iat the unci tin iilRlit le .bTouUt to Ntoiuiitr. "li" pate callt-.Soldim cer.nionlcM juviceile fie del- ilil n d: will ,co.nm. tie lcsu'ar voutso of ten w?k.s, q.sp;,cl.illy lor t!i piaetle.l, bury farmer. The luniers" Week Is no new thin, as It ,liis lvonu one of t'ie annual eints arrpns?d iby the H.'.tn.!an wnft of the College. -. Tiie wei?k will be occupied by t'1anr.ti.il oornvnUons of the .irlmi Ua-d-- r' and vtli'ir faniirTs' or- of Kentacl. Tue.Uy bat s:inlZit'o.ius Iron dTdsiKitd as iiwlne day; Wl-- 1 Thursday, S lwsp an iifday, .CVrji HortlciilLuif diy; l'rliln, DUry Cattle and iii'ii (Uy, nrd S itur&u', Uwse w.'ntRr E.lio'.'t vl at following J,o.Iikii, a Vxmem' We'll rpir is di; 1 Tlio .tile co n show, tii .horticulture ating of li ills for sicred ipurpp', show aivl the dilry liw will be X'npiksl-ojA- t tli," tntlre week, n jicunllns to a. fo ;n ptywrlhcd In lb" Uflrit uillvl "the bkis'n; of a Kiui'i of Icclur's jioJitpanyln'? .popular t,im t.ie bap- -' hclV, t!io l! WWIe p'oijnnip of t'io arloti mm of a btll", was usn! a na.ly i" ni'etlnus will b-- lusely filled b. mept'1- Only a bls'iivj ' ip evenl'i centuij. . .n ldtss a bell. 00'.-duee tiio arriuiffwiipntK for for a spec Inl so''iMl of Housdhjlld UWnyn., tni!.. Nii.mlr 31. lxrtllv onomlcs Ins Imn piohl.l,for tlum, srwwftw are timk.r wiay for - rlne Ci,lfwy, n yttxra old, Nwn'.latlcis ourtnK a rcltwl rate r.ier nil r4llivls. iwiw noo tiiiil tlu miViiUiis ' lininllim ,plaoc U rjivminJilp niton mnllm floitln rib fiom hnir k1 a"id .SuptrUifindont biktn froin th"i rlK.. f,j.o.nu be siwwwd by itaMnn tl.o e lost flier pj.o, A year axo thio rilM llU!on, nt tKe of the thmiiKli nn nccUeivt. Ttphv wivk no building. .jn-tfop'ljplut.inn lecliliil upon fi tr.-Xo .p.ns a or trouble has beun ii iuoied ifion TJio flmUInx Jib wiis to nwk t'.ie wrtk an ail tbo Chet and bitrlixl In t'o jflniewMb profitable as uon po'.s'lily l iirransi and .no farmer can afford to 1st tYi wb?ro It was nltomtd to rtiiikn'ti until e fls!i rpW about it. opportunlt)' ullp. us tjils Is also TJio foreirm was then lui,liKcl tlirbt-l- y best clnnee that can Irt affordl for to tjio lutilld'a face, wh.t It will reptr.onnlIy mMlr.7 and with Wie best fvrniorii an I main until tiie flesh and bonj unite Alth breeders of our own state and many tho fiiraheFfl . TJie fiwl sUip .will be cuttlnK f.JO funarni Joi-- r fro.n t,!v built-u- p from otlvr stat(j. nose an,d pbwlr.ff of fkIii to pi" Immadlvtely fallow Ins I'VirnvetM' W'ek .vent sc.iiiv. Thus far e.u- - stt;i In the CoJrsf In will be,5ln itlw pratlcnl operation bn-- be.n ucccsful. lntendid for fanner. This ennrsn ontlntiCH until the Don't 'waste morvoy buying your middle of March. This .sMon Is strengthening plasters. Chamberlnln'3 1'cted cji account of t'a IndtiK lUte 0,1 I.lnlinxnt Is cheaper and better. Dampen biW when Uie fnrnier can n piece of flannel with It and bind it The faellltt's tor txiciihu; ite pepi'npt oer the affected parts and It will 03 fraud at Uie Kentucky Ai;r)Vuifjur.il e the pain aud soreness. 1'or sale Collese ns at nny otivr place In the by all dealers. to live coantry. especially In tiock nnd ililryln?. EXTRAVAGANCE, All Is absolutely free. Full lnfonniatlo:i, p"eiulum lists nn nxtravagance has been enr ' pro:;ran,s - 111 be wt on ajipllo-itta'- i great fault We have been wasting entirely too much in nonproT, j urynnt. Supt. KWnsion Diln 011. ductive undertakings. As n rule, lv'. coil's,' of Agriculture, we have been given too much to or two of jour W.hy Jiot have one We have become adornments. obsessed with "the city beautimost proretslie women on it,hat kmoiI ' ful" In nnurfcipal affairs. We loanlT They would find out and have followed like policies in tho late thlnss In a day .that a man would state nnd natlnn-i- l governments. be bl'nd to for a triounand yiM. And Iiattleshlps, not only In this fiat Isn't politics, either. oulhtrn In :. rfini' - .(- t'-- Kxti-iisloi- i col-ltR- n. pliml 1 " f iKrt-oullur- e, tli s King Quality Shoes f FOR OUR MEN Have stood the test with our trade for over fifteen years. Our sales have increased every season. The recommendation of King -- l'jt r. re-Il- ninl 1 J rittur twl e V'ji name from t'le flft n In ill L run? an hou.' befoie fie ev "l- AnrlUs, nr av? bull .?J It In- 'VT 'fi siy t'ia ded to nendnd lit t.dl nunJi iil. The Ha c riour lufoifl L'mj a.M. In Italy on ' "Uru- day aCte,nwijii at 3 o'ehi-- k M)iinUid 111 limy smoker, .ire 'v jroJ.tis ftnl OAnwnts In jiitinory of t'.iUts d',i,tli (it ,tlie iis of 'X. The jslorn probably ,'n Cullowi rl clue.w'. lew. The ; a,i-tint uiunanxiw jus,'-- . rafl bel's, would, If stolen, re- t riiiRlni; nil to tliflr oftn j" p. ay. Of an l,rrfli 1?U ,in tlr3t;r ( 1 r,elit-- d Uiat wlieji a 'ilafitaln of "WIWilow JiAiJ obtalii'vl p(tso,lslon of t, h to tie It iiijl to lireiiit Its jiC2&trE to St. I'THtu's i cliuiqh In 31t.it,' , wjiero It usually abOfle. A Ilka iilc' Is tojd of Uki bell at St. llltyl, w lich had be.ti sdolen by a kins- of other stolen Anions tba The Anselua day, tikes .1 a oid of tlie always- lll, ;vi,r. Tu-ca- country, but also nbroid, are Illustrations of tbe extravagance in which tlio world has been decades. plunged In the past-twTbe money for their construction lias been withdrawn from commercial circles and almost ns good as squandered, so far us there can be any tangible results observed. James .1. Hill. Tho Demons of tho Swamp follow are motqultoivs. As they .sting Viey put deadly mabiila Rerms In Abe blood. TJi'-- in lnn, tb "irtaitnSw ilM&ZmSi5 HORTICULTURAL BUILDING. TIONAL PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNA- EXPOSITION. Panama-Pacific I oxie ifrqm So'saois li Stu.'-fciu- i Jy, wlilcji ClioUinlno candid 4iv ay. TJie bcjl lcicU'd .lo the ie;t by .radul'y bcimbiK dindi on tlio jjout- -. ok wait ii "3- - to 1'a.tlj,, wheii2 tt.s to 1)3 none. Hut Uh voice re-- j aiiied In sucji" full fo'tu 0'3i,t r,lien the tfllS 4s Unt of oriilt Jcir t'ic IsIjjkI of Jif.'ix-y-, fitoli iohjy'1 Ojvb of it e.l" M'UiloliM bells. jjoidt Ita JiH,t i Vj ileljitiy Wne cqnenso i troops In .1 Ion? oI II war. The s'lljj on wltlcli Uia ullemitleil bidls WtJi'e ti'ns ent to Viuwe ifouivleivd and t'l were lost. Kver slnue then tho , tiPlU l'.ns Lirtin .the dpt,hus if ,yie lie fNtaqrnun of St, Ou'in'u l.iy al ?uy anrtraiUlis tlio water's pcIh;u to fcr t,ho miuul, iwb'oli, if ilma"il. j UwhikpUw to iirMHs lliPin .Sliull m t (.all. ttriiHtloiiis i,rv e(r- lficttd v.'Wi TuitslfUl in NoiiqolK, UUe'c ,iiol nnd H'!i,'jnim!ii, iMim .n. Jl iv vs iuiui In il3a- The piHiIntt ittd in jii'dttKf aynatlou tlni, for vt'ie Jylns i4 well a. jft-.- r ilttil'i. "PAg nira,'- '( co i"v on' f l"ir f t ,i' devils" i ilyfiMi ;ililu tiv.iiM il4 uul v.as fcnnt bcii be. torv j ragJi siicn nvMas Jlntoint. q'iiiPdli8 ofi Of t'ie tAfAve, jiUli lt(-- Palace of Horticulture, constructed of glass, covering over Ave acres, or two city squares In extent and surmounted by n dome loO feet IiIru. Tbe Palace of Horticulture will be set In n great tropical garden near the main entranco to tbe exposition grounds. It will be (572 feet long and Its greatest width will be S20 feet. An impressive nave eighty feet bigb will run tbe length of tbe building and paralleling tlio central nave on either Hide will be'two'slde aisles fifty feet in height. At tbe main entrance tn tbe building a huge arcli will be adorned with suggestive of the purpose of tbe structure. The enclassic trance and Interior of the Palace of Horticulture will be decorated with trellises upon which flowering vines will be trained. When tbe exposition opens the Horticultural Palace will appear as If set In tbe heart of a marvelous garden Although wood will be used in connection with glass the Palace of Horticulture will be In every sense n glass palace; It will lie the largest glass structure vcr built. Duriug tbe night illuminations ut tbe exposition the vast surfaceof the bullf'tig will present unusual nnd beautiful reflections. bas-relie- 0 NB of the most notable buildings nt tlu tional exposition ut San Francisco In 1015 will be Interna the great the Icy chills and tbe fires it and thy The appetite files fever. strpimth falls; also matatla often pnes tbo way for deadly typhoid, lint Ulcctr'o Hitters kill and cant oiit tbe pialari.i fferm.s from tbe blood; gUo you a tnusi appetite nnd renew your strength. "Afto wrote W.n. Fi dwell, long suffering." of I.i'anvi, X. C, "time bottles idrovo all tbe malaria fiom my system, mi1' bad good health ever si we." ll"t for all stomach, lUer and kidney Ills. 20 c,la. at all druggists. Quality wearers adds new customers every month in the year. There is a reason for Men wouldn't buy the same all of this. make of shoes over and over again if they did not wear to their entire satisfaction. If they were not right up to the minute in style, shape and workmanship, our young 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 KING QUALITY SHOES for men are ALL RIGHT. . NOW, MR. MAN, if you want to get on the right side of the Shoe question, come here for your Shoes. , i t King Quality Shoes, $3.50 I'e $4 and $5. Barnes' SEE OUR LINE OF Special Shoes $2, Hog Sales Well Attended. 'il. Hos Ky, N'ovemU-fan!ie,rs weiie bei and at I.nbroUp In Hopklnsille, r $2.50 and 13. si. . r.-itlik- &SySi N i ! v ; - ,,-- ; ''-- t ,j 1 Urge munuHH this week to ;t.t,leiij tbo t rtiles of pure biwd DuroeJers'.MVs of tlwse wyre held at each place, il.u (vme fiuin long dlstancep, evi foin o'Jire ytfites. to bid for the fine jrtock Cmt was offered. Tbo ile hcie was lii'ld by Norton and Gtfirse GarUi, of TWMiton, of this county. Tlicj offered sKty-clgbead. .raiiInK .from well in loi,r.s nnd sows d0.n to pj;s. The Mle totaled Jl.WI.M or M.30 jvr bog. The JiJislwist piloe was jidd liy John GiiniieJt, of tlds sjunty, for Zelna, especially f'Jio brood sow. At ,I',3inbrok.e "wintilicr vrey Hiitcpssfcl siilo mf aliout tbe sajnie prf,)arUors was held by Jm'm II. Wllllarna. T,lie blddln,' hero Mas also spiiliud and prlo'fl iw.lo fully maintained. Ui-i- IE. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. ! 1 n SEE HIM FIRST! Before the fertilizer salesman arrives, go to your dealer and explain to him that you will not buy 2 per cent goods that contain only 40 pounds of Potash per ton. Show him that modern, profitable fertilizers contain trom POIMH I 5 tu 10 percent. Potaih, and that the composition of crops and the fAYi effect of crops on soils rcauire that tbe per cent ot rotasn mourn uc mrm im increased until it is as great as, or greater than, the per cent of I'hos. phoric Acid in the fertilizer. It is this grade of goods that pays you and your dealer best The quantity andquality of tbe crops are better and tbe actual plant toon costs less per pound, p Writ u tor FntBook wHk Prothabl We will sell Vou Potaih Stlt . m 1 23lvif .raw AHlsFiSi .,.. " " vi jmfftM l?;,'"';v s Missouri's Decadent Party. Tlie La v!- " rJ -l -- &TU(s t9lX 1 ?.? VIHK drJlne In the Dimwratle (oto lliisiurl ciontbiiirs. For I'leelM.--d rvm J J ( wljqli herd U lss yieiama :U7,"1:, total ml tluii the of,t fiir Aluv-h'jpx Jj) 1 fITT JU, nl n.-- 1 tour TuuO nso (3IU.HS1), jet Cow- jy r in lit Ui tinvif(itm xikA had irniMUm Aflt, tho Imlj-- . l the ijikkIii bdl iMa (I'Mi-toUlu-- r jivh'on iU , alt,liijali rtlll ti,e H AfiM' $7" flWi ,V 'Uh,bni. lfi of wik candtd.Vi?. iriiJinhu: ill's llcltqi, Pfi'l nil Jithig with df?4t. The oto for llrjwi lit .llsunrl was S.;,W7 In 1S', 3il,!c'J In I'M, nnd " tiio 3Ki,i;il In l'to. Previous to tills wis a t,ial,ly and In .but the ivivikt tiraiiBa ccllpda of prliiii'iiV'd by nmitf jvomllUcs dUll".l t'.w .party tor tlio nioinnt, anl made It helpless as n UK'itVng Core?. Mr. JI hiiis u smill in il f rlty nvpr tbie nnd tye tlilifl party ciriibfji d. but not In tlvJ total ,Mo,t,u of t'ie htV with all minor pnr,tlcu luiludl. Tno DairvipTalle piuty In .Mlssoiiil Is sUll In nuiiveitual sttinglli unyl Is liut a mliwirlty of Cio itotal wte. l,t has cmuibUtently OlUm bonk In tj'.e tuul thoin;h for tljo List sl.Ujii j tho jiy(iulatlon of Uh--j statu In iU ,tliii has Bitn-- lu par cent. nruVdiiiitlal vote this yair In tf tho IX.Vi'iOieiiatJo auty of Jll'io.irl iinike-a ivxnvr !vwlng ttlifin iou govtuiiiur. Its of otors lus the vsmio oontlnuous li slgnlflwiito 'as tlio dAiAndllns afc-iplb- ij lu a blMliKMJ icoivcfirn. 1M.1. Dijan loit U'publliiiu It. !arkOi St. ',ft ltwo ,Sim.'iiv fc'.ould uii on U t'io 'i till 'ii fiat n tcwntaiiH NVwiri! SERVICE BUILDING, ED BY larly oleiof MIlsouiI in tor quantity f rom 2uo pounds up. write lor prices. KMM IUII WMKS.be. 42 ScMfar, Nil York diuinvusiMl r.''i-twft- s, Htufcuk art B'ock CMcaio. III. I Jj "'ail uiar 0,1 ipnslbl d, Hiloull io tl.e cmlU of tliri tyiiKl' with a Itand bull OvliiWi (li,y (aWo lefl) j, io t,lv tolimi .tolls, iwUU riuni UiU .ihnrt anl Uioqi ,111111 tf-ri- !c tls nUbt, i5on htuvlVwr us ni) n'"iitlJi 4 liiMaik, (a. Trail llJf. yi Hill H FIRST STRUCTURE PANAMA-PACIFIC TO BE ERECT- MHttilMklllf, ItoOituii, Is. Jr THE INTERNA- TIONAL EXPOSITION. All i: oii Uint 11. In tbfl i'id:nrvvl li').) Prfat iVe juu, fur , jLaiivn tjuw )u h'uII Is Aab'.i, 1" 'I, and ptwy; r; ,Uw liour din ' iat y i jmr Imfoiu itlie Aliilvj'ity Ill must time fUi,nuis 0i1i' ir, j'KIlUv itll 11M 1 Vtll i nrny imt .1,0 lytwual iKJ.t; b.ive been let for the Service Hnildiug. the first structure to International Exposition erected upon tliu Panama-Paclll- c The structure will be three stories In height nnd will bo occupied by tho exposition force during tbe building of tlio great fair. It will be 1.10 leet square with an interior court of 58 by 101 feet Thu em Ironies grounds will bo picturesque with (lowers, fountains and btatuary. The first floor will bo occupied by the auditor, treasurer, railroad exhibits, munitions nnd concessions, police. Information, telegraph and emergency honpltnl departments; tlm second floor will bo occupied by the nrcbltectur.il, mechanical, electrical and civic engineering departments; tbe tlilid floor will be used for bluo printing, photograph and color studios. It Is expected that tbu building will be completed by tlio first of the your, BIDS d tho Ktlto four jvuira ago, yit h!a "tj at th; .time, ami In his iwimis bit. tl u, iiuiHi exce ilcil tbo ot this ywu" for WMnhi. It U vain t lint hf itliH'bl pluntUfrs, 'Piicy ore ilnp tn.Ur'ly t' not a CvilWnnl opposition. .'IViey hi thij mo a majority. In a straight 111010 liepubllcuns Tills liian . 'Diuuoerii.ts tt tifture,is. iiuiq'i.tntj And imlners aro mainly for polity tint uUl (build up our own Iwltr.tilcvs and k.p rhu MtumU aixl of Ami Villi umnu tfyv best. Tho fUurcH nt this year" s.mv thj o!d lliiiit'uiilsin of MIwmuiI tp bo n5t,tli imt (!l;o IVniociiat. 11 olu-tlo- tu Mlswiurl. pioVfc'Jlon ttuld Je iVote fof If tho Issue (iould mpVi.rvdy And. whin St. SecuVline'a hfdl to subiuUtJid on its uie,ilts, lyirnwrs, nunu- - Ghildren Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORI A FOR t t,jij.. h'.-"i 1