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M km Mm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 24 THREATENS SUIT FOR HIS SALARY Expected Split inDc mocrat ic Circles Comes. 4 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY,, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1912. offlcvxtlns iclorgynian wlo tU-Vic nupttial Knot iiTomwnoInj M inony which unlli'ri ft'ic lives pt t't (T yoins p'fCi. T'i wdJi'nK w.i wtyvvwid nxnly by j.he Inimvllnte '1' ' ttvcs of Iim hp'de n,l rr"oo:ji. f corcrtiony, At Vfl conclusion mid btpt wUlits tlw noripls Istt for houlftvllle and oUnr cltlw wVre pcmtl B";ril tin). UPW re. Uipy will turning Miey will .mike s'lplr LUXURIES 'COST MILLION A DAY Figures Are Probably r" HELEN GOULD STATE AMERICAN , s'U t'lp t'.ifj onH.Wr, Icplknif ncrov ri. hir, "and jiou ilon't ask mo u'jo qild nvj l3(npmen(t,', urn al-nw (IvW-pp- IS TO MARRY Worth Thirty Million and Has Held SOCIETY OF EQUITY Interesting Meeting j Inttrptfol tn Dvery-tliliyoi do anl aniUiln,r nt j )pu."ripllcd Mti. Jiprofi, i"bt I don't diavp to aik yrw wh,o told svu At about lv4nir fo ,iell drti'st. I know "1 Relieved Many Suffering; It was. It I'opul.iT Magnztnc. wiho W (Senator Ovi. - Highest On Record; Burglars broke Into the post pftl-'bride N tt buly of mjiny KTTcs Hamlett Will Sue To Get Increase at Orom,W?H Stimlay nlgiit and 23,-aWi'.h of unnijurx?mMt of itlie enapsiiiKnt "f Cetiirat City, Ky., Dec. mind tind parsm anil In ea.?ab Dis- - of aamial oonvrnAloin of Wic Ken,tficky S,tnts hpavJly from Uncle Sum, taking V2 World Profits All uhc rillltiK fl'io home rtllO iUl adoin wllli Mlis HeVn Miller Gould, ofVw Ym. in Sup ricter dent's n worUi of poatagw stafiijWi and U5 of J. Hi'KWDt'd, a promhw.nt nail Union A. 8. e,f i:. met toi pi?U)lia,r hnpplnrps and will proto to ha Uuly a to memey, ca&h; $0.Q5 postiU tributlod of Immence Amount Miwuitft an, I companion to t'T i.hi starry o. t..t- - ..... ..h aii. i at ua. noun. uec. li ana i. .. -v , . rtn-. Office. . jiuui ul rv. u'io, -.5 poU-jn-M W ,i. of Mr'mPilnWV "clvnen lprpr with her V afrrnon at , .residue rfw ol Moiey, ., " " prearvt,' They wen the not pak-uMr. awl Mir. Otorsr Gould flvere. n.n,l binlmu like fiirmiBra Limit itivcir mA . r cioflntu wur,3 aio mims, m TIrankfort, Ky., Dcp. 21. Money (Rttt-ter- a, ' crnnnuncenyinit wf Ml eald It jnps T,hp grponi Is one of Hertford's mot ipntli's was vnl to dstennine eixoctly 4w'iait hai tn I?ntucky. T.'iinouci ptrt fia th love of 'which is, fi'ie at wdlltis riuiyi outig mn,and far jifvji la' tlnw and plaqj of JubirtuirJ-WM&ilttatim, nsskm. whWh wfw not all itnlk, nwh b"ien ((toilfin tiom itlifl Btpiv. pind this all d)'s)cfrd, hov cauvj Mir .liomiar expirvl'S Into the ,UnlUd (Sottas n'heW a. paction with da won A Co. He wltrilwiltl for the WFvn ti'ij was istpru rjiVirarw to wf ItixtuVs t builnw iof Unrortance was tnanl)ati.l pected split In tUe UniDorurtlc hausfl-ho- ld was confirmed mm Vviulny n of Mr, and Mrs. Join v. row nuiimlnn; at rV'o tW "f UJHV1' U the of t'lirougi a window, and the burglars left VwMn ito the Interest at all clam M'lhefl tho of tii.ls of Mls Gould In t've rrei'rt inns rVvVir. of .No Cnvk. TVils ixper i bar, a Uy. Of cyiirsc tlifl torm "luxuiqt candles and tsal (Xrlll. l?',lauture, wltili fairnwtrs boUi Xor tobacco mud otiliiar pro- a lorow ' v an this axytiVon to add tt j!iarty York. lu lavls'i asaentflfy Is w laM5 nw. n1' "' ecsrttwMI hTn n Th,,ne ariyojr to bp no c),u? as to the during ithie la,st srssslon, wad nviWtxj l t - iax)d villi"! .to itlioie b(tnK o iCnesl Mr. Gould nw4i knxwi Ms slstpr's ducts. WfS find that Wwip yurjnlmil. to )Tnii vsTrmd. f but pn tffoirt will be jnada U,illMlia4t In the guilty licsnV5ie flf mwnbiota'iAp cnsyvgoiiv.iiit In a pjriul statement, Vi'ae U4l'lJI. MJilUCS IUI (Ml M W f3 VV jexUmAed. v.wrft'n,t irom w,hjcj wMi Mrt 4t to ann&t the mioptir orws. Etwr.ta wro departments, Stats. and onr(ai'(tfm? i(jw bnaiu whlcft read: Ho ao.t blaodi'founds, but maduMinrtay to pay off political It titik a flB'it ion tfnJ fli"t of iMjifilcn-berdhtis and Jay Gould Calls State "Mr. and Mrs. muc tmrorte tui.M.1 Arkansas Governor oovv.'.r, im:. to pni:int ti'io tWey rpuld npt be sjourpid. Tp winw cammAEin pledged, the wise old podttnal emmfiy wwwr Mie cn5asmrnt qf trYAr sWa. wW.y. or ar,t dlf- mpol WIU mfi'lue (H eBthlae fiat foil Monday rtrcti'on of J. Ji. "nurnpiy as StiaAs-Preawls at the Dranyscratlc nairty ahpok M'.js IlaVm Miller Gould, to Mr. fVnley cIrxis amri ouirj vworui of toUicco, tn dlqxprpcnpi. tlveir htfa-ill?nt. owitw ,to his populxrity wltn he,tm to .tpape jtn.e iwdcfis; Ark.. DT. wqrth ' fl.000.OUO nuvtorra-V.- ; J. S'lpp-rd- . of St. Ivul." 1V MlWsV PostmaaUr Straitpn asked lh3 The b,raak wan utjout to come last aunt 4V'Vm. .Mr. Bovn-- y long bpyn pnotmtnent- ; Win t,V Arhm. inillwllvr "updeX Mr. ShrVtprd U.ra. nd rat to allow JnU name be-- Pelican to amrwunRS t)hpt ft rewnrri of mer when "the debt bsan to pile up emhroUlrl'. tlw Ua nrrtem a. a kurr.Um KOfins ly (tLwittfted with railroad anfl toapcUI 250 .wi"Ji hs tM0 worth of to l'.n fur .trtip qa.prnitn9 pf the on the Jjtate, but it was posKponed unoonv?nt!jn, owiln Ao t'i frvy-lciViman ,'n tliA nrfALt fto U at ti.r?sprit tore i'ie T'' '"" wonUi of CatflWA .0OO.0 guilty painty or pairtles. opd family, but -til this afternoon, .when 3Mte 'A'udlVnr of ir,p u m wv,-..,.-11.009.(0) (worth aw Uivu, mow wWam , Wve nld-- n of tf MU- - In camdltlonHis filnnvU t;ey made, Ini Bhd Bo3mqrtih, repently tstuna; by fftc powp'"-- ' ftrofnU rplte of n aouuiw iiik mixwv ! Staaley For fajltpoil. wJUi litnUjuan'ri cl.la. , rru;l .... .. ovor .i. r ,Tt1 tor contireiy."," Gav. Gcorpe W. Dan surl PaCflc rt 'hoe, annoumq-h- l to B)uleajii4e (Hafif Voe Piiedtckfil. rimn. In St. Ifxls. Hon. A. O. Stonjey, Wbo ha rep- leal 'jarte Swper!n-mdfn- ,t letjt, Tlnousjl:U!t h.? iwjnft-- r avwi'on thft ion- ot Hublks . . ... ... ....I si tu.r .. 'nrl'iw tnrliv liuvl a IMlE'.hV atiitOm,!.i: tr-- i iVn'f i nf .hnr fiill tar. .ih SS,xpnd Dlsulqt in Con, ' . pajv, nnrn.io.in. iimiuin kwni m... WI..I..J H.l.i'. unr'iiiulii TJT1 resented fie " tha,t hs ould pot iona&r "wm " " 2 sva GOUV1. In 1812. iUfil Gwld. gress for several tirms, has aimpuincerl nuYirlv H0).Wiln aiB'mw iai nis uuiiou jiumuijr m tlckfl of this oJa: Imstikhnpat of th'O to mak 1S13 the beet year of th. to JW s'oite ay fpts. Ins old, ilnh'irlted a for,tUTt of about tlOfiM, as a (candjdate for United StrUo Sena- him .the monthly worth of ca,btvc wpodis, of ptifch $1,500 lncreaa.3 In salary whlqh (fyi jof thjs A. S". of n. Tho &mle itl- Quvfniir's 000. U j .bjin pailmai'jpd ithait by lnvW- l rr.vt; and Sharp orltldstn of tor BiteJ,ect to the Dpmoorattc SU,to farnied fie Legislature' bistp,wed on ihlm, for the liatl'U Htiad by Rrlroary mext August. flVhllo Mir. urdoa wlo,t on rrcpitrt atftlon fro,m SUt; officials ard iHtUens nvnt si ie iHas troblttl this fortMt an1 jiundry other antlols imtiaHy aywl-crt- d beva,riouis boards In Wic cpnol of rtHe 19'2 ctiviloiw'y d,rxn firotn thp Eiowj-tlv- p at tiendpf?d nMstkiuishied pirnyjlcca purjfose of bean'ng the bunl:-- of hrlnft'nw Tve f.ot IiuJ fin aiitJV" time doted fully tolf Iter crops ot tobacco. ex luiDuirlos. most pipminent coming ,thp Supsirvlsior pf Rubral Sqhaold ife s'jifinieni'. thai "all titan; (who W- to bMi;taJtlous which hnonght iior In muny positions his Imjn-- t of this class of mar.trlaM for ' Th dlflyon wim royally tn?vrtilnd a.i7rte Mie ahJIsJiirunt of Mne inhuman worl,d procniiiftrice. of the under the new Aot. S..000.M. work fiaa been iiat dome as d'M mor,Vi of OctUir X f McLian M.Mnbfrs m "WbotJ" said Hnnilieitit, " tm. wWch we now ha.ve In S"ii3 be?ian tr b)nfaRVons dur,'.as Ml" by the "A. S. of C ar- cmv'ct InnTJatigaitp the vlslaitowis cornimttAee to Whil Mio heavy lm,portaiVn of on,ty met all tf? incoming cVSlfiTaMon', of thp Shwmon Anil-Tru)aw by the when I've laid pli.ru to ai(J tfp $tu.: njitMunilb" q'JJur Arkansas, are, In my opinion, bound in - wi'isn slue fipiv'e ticles of this rJiaflicter prooked flQho.,1 applntod Cieni homes and, pa'i t'iir organteed steel trust. The other qanul . WftOW by cteonlrUB MP of plu:e tinok.-.1. 4.. f.l.lltf niimlm .of Ml il'il'i the dlrr'ttflVon of Mit Unie tivul iiundred Wifwunda of bilK prlUi th. In lWr"nr the ., r fk.Jolr an3 ownffc.,'')' Gqv. ilca. do,tep tor it toga now held by Mie T?l'iet of alck and iwrrnnde'l Uollv-s.id ns w Tlve follawlrs ,wire " ' "w connt'ituMon of Ills Btat?, and tt s mv fornvejr Gfttwnor Becha:n recBrocUey oro on noldl'i-tVr ,wiiUh ah (rrvll tlhp Itihank nJly Wish, protj(blj- the WsH-sm money mitsn mnsauy iikhii in? apnuvi ' golnr m iinil fiin3 In 1S99, flhp and J,ud5 .D. V. Smith, ed a woman's rflgarnU lmiurtalV.ons o,f iiiMri7. belief thiy are ord a ot cousircM, In tundsT iWU, .wte'il see. I'll just hrlntf uU i to prw"1 of Caldwrtl qotmtyj Vl'co iPlres. sitie qf wry effort of or for Mve wqati1ii this blnjr ilue in n oqmWnille ini.m-n- t BurAey, ot Muhlenbergi eoqry; &My. and show you." ' Qfatl JatMS SttlUBSMr. ilo'jig 50." 6'x"im .trorn lUtah. H. ItobfirJ, cqnjBnq-tmiaisre! to V? un,nr,5rtid'at'rt Inijortat'on If IJho Court of .AppMCis dtplarpd jhit S. B. UohTtwn. Jfctawi county: f3tate a& Asiiln the Go imor yew .ihorc'ly isn-k- s. this hIc ItTn 1i,vn? as a denvans'iratfon agfi.'nst polysrwny: nrt of'ihls sori. C. B. SuUemri ir ar!j the ClcouW Judgps' Orvvainr Batmata. of qhto co.irttyVMp- AVafiKvnjt Vlaiy ftllqwjl. lU-.- tt hv tne HV' Wee- to liVer iflie beoimj iwhoooA'J to prKVi.iUlr lain L. N. Uolrtson. of Dai5's c0imtjr: wa,vsdy monrlnt of a loomipJfciaitl'jn , Usnrii. toepouse (lt Amppsed. nrw. dftle'V to a nnwaprprtr flOTnilVirtUn. In jrimpfloyes and itowand ti? nRm'mt 3.H)0, month of '.a and fjfirffAt takes It Jftat tlhje pau fte-- d M.'(mhs, J. C. Bunii. of XH 1e I anilar,?,-i- r ianityreo esbs of milrosdof for Mvs twl hiiwl on the StV nrndJi. Oq'jofts'r of Ust ypmr: .Ti'-Veiftllsfin-iein- t ti ralVnarl Y. M. C. oounfty. R- - ot Hiirdln. and ,Waisan of ot ...ain:ij,ra.itnM.r.fcif Bjwiral l Urn but. will boos Uberai with him. , , d by Co,v. Dnn?'v?y of (Ojjse purdon-inwiiu. i atteuliVnn and A. nu'As dil with CWpltir llvs ,W.nl si'i 'i .her a Bdiwiarth, bownvrir, is Bcli'mg on the Up ($ Wcbattar caiutiw: Kt" rc,1'n Hid only been ot'mad wvir con.,'cted of mtAir, war H9.0fW.-wVtnjx'U.,lon of art up.vtvid? o.r a mlll!rn dlliira. 3C lAt'oimey OfnI-(r.Gaxnpitt. .who n ad, fte TTie dei'nsate fmm Miuhjfib3rg icWimty in ffranl lairctny, Jom 4wi3- - Jlo has U.in ia prqTJmernt aalnM 1S,500UCO In t'lo Oiv of .tfte unique forms of liM" chiirity to lw Annuj-- donivenfa'on was, lEiiirar county flimd In liis parly rendeired am otfnloin riant LAugo.1lt ini nln,etit f"Wry. clt tlie five robbry, the nyjnuns In 1SU. aiwl $1100.(0) in has bpen Mie pArnonait nc,'ptVns she Nichols. burglary, twenity-fl'thlrty-t- p dpait estenalvcly In ttmbjjr, on-- agaai Japt pixitn iip tne eHiepi rrtac " mojitlis In 1MU. has ia buftireda pf city wfUfs und Thivw pl;ips rwtrp nut in ncumi'.ni'i-,tlo- n life ct prlinca iiMi?l.3 8'INuppQ-ti'ji- g of saiw low payn?n;t pf th nuaney Ui HunvlpV. wu hal run .vast quaa'-ltfijanl to kill, and lxty-sl- x esSatei near for Qito,-of. her TlKue 1Vk'i flRuirx for it'ie oeyA. AWte JacnWw down Kwrh Blwar to ffw Eyvnpvllle In yloVntton pf SqciUow J65 pnfl 285 nft:i Iron hog rfvetillag ,to Wgafniy, , J'.h a enk TT)-itia-nN. Y.. wiilch x:uinuV.tul mon,Vi.s iinVl Vvi I vp iElusselhi'JIe. City, HurtXpnd and market ypars ago. Jlls jvito iad hiea Constitution. Garntt)t, e)t hp time, playground, esptclally flttpd tip Hacr (tfVse OctVr uifgest Mmt thiu tnirLrtr o ftaikon. d;ad many ymre amid the only aunvving gfVd (the bisen the pnwpqr way Ho natfJ Aftw er,iTai ballcCB Girls Body Fed to Hogs. w.hloh imiy falifly l vtoriiJ nrMcb has nrwir Ibpwi tutttuefcd by there was a Ms btftwjJdn Jtuaa,HViUle. member pf hls family ila C. B. Sullen- - the mafMer wa.s by a H5 aulit. flp aoiity- liuurVu will pr.iba.bly aaKiuttfa . Tart Smith, Ark.. Dec. Hls.thpit salaries of SWff ofltic.M pafimre and ,Ha.nlfprd. By a. comttirenru befiwon EV. iwloli whom h3'wa,s Wa Of 900,000 Sn the calsndar y,Mr 112. ma-dyof 'KVt WipMwi. 6o On'y last June M4s Gould ftsjircd, hi Logon and OhJo floum'.lc In tt-ItuaeUvlll- - remains were told to me at the (Mton,be dmnsed after hey pine eltpaa to- Mils axii, a.rt mnnn will. arallnc to nrettv farmer-lr- l. tw dU- - a onitipiMersy wV,th tlie Itsv. BMnar .whose body aiftjir- - oitflo pmd ,Uie Legialatun: has ths rtel't sot it. Taykr bury'ns' gjrpuod as,Uiiifitc of tiv SnitisV.'oil U is phi .hal lt9 fluffneir. of Qnaiml Junction, Op., iwho hogs njvi fd to ohU6laspn the ynvj;t'on- iJ" Inoon, where his Mar, M IWHinq;- - tp imppaj new duties pm Stafie pMlclaU WiUi tUun-a- u . of .Korelsn munlMvd f Dlvlslcp of' the atjackrti nftV iPlemviat di'a'. aotvely wi'ith "boflhoJior mtukl-"- ' Joum--d ia nvin IluwllviHlp n MU had Wen burW PP'r a fclw dayi without additional ppy. ... DonvfiMc Commrvcv. apprpxilmaite i) wafks ao. In a ;nmon. dTclfVlns nplnte.rrt aluouH and u e Qlunty ,U aecond Tuwqday In Rie cpnstruoUon of ihe ncit, hqwftvar, after previous. ,( 000,000; pnrdous atonrs, blroiV(n $W,000-l" he iMfptol. lia not endeil. WW. does nbi affect tliie wo asHlstwii a, and 130.000.000; heed utid embiplilei-I'S'liiriff Jolm Jlplm Is lviln; t!3 imii'i.t.r 11,000 a year, but Clnrnntt rilWs itha)t to M'.M Gould was quoted B.1 lia'lnjr ia Mile Leieths. 10,000,000 and bhWrtti iMys lesideace. hH pcpaonal nitpKUon and Is Bfi'itlnc ,'IUA ,"16 did .a gMfi lnjus-(ue i Postagp stamps tn mlb? lcmgUis soon1 be entitled to tte tatewftas, iHafntn'.t cigars. cl?n'tt.i and tfwr nnty-l."... . npw evVVfv-'-c evfry day. Tlve bridle ,wo.-m'as, partiauUwty tt hn-- e Chicagp. Dec. 21. Japk Jajinnant ihe will .be printed by t'.ie CSovrriimeiif m murt show t'W he will onfloiim fl,iw!a Cor use of smokeirp, Iwtjivcjpn H0.01.0()0 a by to'p sin pony ,waa Jouna iporiy en- .- w,)o M np ,wps opt ele it N3'" nqsra chanvpion lHCvwyiwieight puKlll'it, v for tlie result of the Invention of a iiiafihlne In a terrltpfy for wift S0.0W,'; and iuinyau ojbhiV arXlcl.'H cmlfd under a pile of n.vfts PJ'PPP, vnmcW f cl'llIai,tlo.n. lAs fp hvar ow.n who Is at liberty on a 30iX bp,nd on by Benjamin tt. SMcknay. of fhe Bureau ed. He saya that a draftsman vf tiw toy Ui valua. lnjclud'ivi to flhoiw of vfwme a cut); she aald:. a chars of vlolputlna; tflu; F,adpirol (White. of Engraving and Printing. T,hte nov Lot fcdlqwed as closely ps oosfllb the maW 9,ooo,oir .cjiamirtwi. b(hI girl wjfl attacked, Staye Act. today ptwehawti t t CJuHat- - mah,tno .wUl .print, perforate, sum, div aot and d.eclslsn of the Appedlato Quit "If I tad fpund a-- suKublo anil artlrh:lr feathers, farp(Hhqf. Lieoir Davadqan, . OtM and nty nyn,y n.a dlf- - mis- - omsent for ills wjiite wife, fqnhaar- pjnt j woujd u h.,t!i or oall In 'in the Saiclal Judaa cja?. HaimWt ntt ch)rly cfktiMi fu'atjiem) aitout nnaiaea with the iqrlmp, ane ifaW way and in a W iwihlqh wpaU ,y Uxi(,ilB Cameron, a Wopnie n ltha eo.--t out on iat3rvlew tpnUgftt, In wjhlcfi li Jetv1)ia the pnodi;ta oL fte u anUpIs amt-d- . Xliio loirmor mew pvmu W (WFry and iuul o,rnwii,inU. . jane the gpod t has." jj of tlye exciuslve Ltoke G?npva aujnmiejr re a list au:aald he would necoviir the siiairy autoinobUe, u cou11., of mlH'in dollars'; till, and .Mw tatrsr At fMarli(al. sort. of m,aney. Xpr It lis claimed" by t,ho nvu- - him unrVir the aot by u. suit. prfumrires ple of mWon dollars;-rtlw- l In thp Nep-rlall of tlve liousvs tar t'ip.t it will put ddwp Jlhe cce,t of ruoiskiig the Taxpayers. m9iUa-alrc- s. and ca'Oiiatfcs. n."vrly 2,UOO.WO. Bryai WiU Accept aire pwird by Ohfcaiso Started Divorce oa Bridal Tow. HVT5'e on incident serving fl' )'ww producing itntps at least 57 p.er cent. i, Hh .by ttit Ail . Mvs WjO,rld prof b('.:ith lauls, ill., Din:. WUUapt J. Oryan ftias put at an end tUMiilfn, of 2M.000Xf a St. for a ne.w canst'iVmlon nitl for Saddea DeTtk af Loi Hill. t"t the Johnson will imkp t)he ihause his futtltad lo all spieputa.tton as to Jiia bull: No. IS, the only ate niUJtte in year of imported, of Vjurte, itfie nw orlmlnal laws: Wirfe youriy white ture lilme it Is unfl?rntooid. put mrro's sltr. ... u w , a Ca.Vta.rt rwltlon, ll Sunday fuaimAng. n,flt of li'i'mi tit5 Pullnun car seiecUfl by Mir. land Mr. nvn weire unreav V4n ' - - SUuirte A. m..m comiJa ij .v. In Mw colony dunlin the sfimmwr pHopiUts mpturinB in ivs .aaw..WfP m Cnvrlng of 'Eatit St. LiwHa for lWa.stalnhon Frl- tp otfeftt lautranicc lt,o a prodjuct of lalor pwiforjned many yoara Hirry of j?wfry 'stone. M' dearth iwasjsudlVn aTl1 HfJ emd?o,orlng honeyniMin tr'p, tantfid a he Netw Yprk, ai V toe custom of .tlUa fwVVV day n route to of their rwo a very lara proporMan, ago, atlil. 'K'ry w,inj ousW ia (fie ,act LaM OaniJiva's .nocla! Ittadeirs. aWiptiajti i un,9ypcRtid, ta, a ll!':,f l:op. ppfln in has beep calksd ttfo contckuni' beting Jmpqte1 arf of mntffiU tmubls eiuWrw and tfxirf Is m d.istVMi as to tfielr tlve art works now ssa M'pns dwfas t feetolp 'luelth. Xor i Mrs. Cieairiiw's tedll-u.i.i- y Plrelemit-elec- t Uon svsoardlnjr WUn. wip is plaanlng befcre a Jusi'Jce pf the 'd. or pvcir. and a Xvfxxiy yfiar One oa Scaator Bprak. d tytt'iTd. Mr. to ":i guilt. ArnainP1" miraloitic ptrokp Jie lqo mvquso a ot .U BwMevBle in offer hlin Mve poqt cut Soiifr-airalwre 100 ye,ins old and ovr. Bpna,h"af (Mm' o Is age, ffiXfi?. cucii ,wa h:id unrtr bond of 13. Hill was (n the &Wt yciw pf SemV.w Wllilnm E. 8t,ate. iMir. Bryan told iliU frkinda at whtolftftpy cannot (iraii's'i. forty odd iwUllon dollais" iwartih of broiw'it by her huMnrii. ctpss-bll- j. niie nJUer-tn- g one of iiSe nuwt d(mciviu fo fleBlq,8 you and ihad baen livtas In JlH,ri,0ir" Wr.tho Waqv.instan that lie Anrtctnds tp P(Cwr't Mn. Goring In tltj a,nd oUwr preplious tp.neu Ini. Olrpult court Is mow In suasion, hut iMamoTvda U no gmnie- c.rue.lty, us uwiaimVed u dwrrP anl th.vi thwp m?n iwiU reinialn in tlio ever wf, and h go is pitqunid iWnaV past MNpral years. H JilmvW .wilfi the tle oiffioj anil pted, thoujih oli.Vfly dJi,wm 4pm nd a ji.ii llvlnir ttuflne.- - He W31S a ington wtotUui a blue rw ald ft.iat H allnwiy. v WiUon AnlnItrjalt1on. Jume, W)Vin the iaivi. t(io prpluot nounf.y jal until next TJ, In nuvrt f,lt lint-- all of iwhicih icoiia Mrs. mar.m half bmtiur of Qspt. Sam E. pUU. In do'j p.he was nat fpflutmoed by any 'rii Glarings wi09 roanrleii TSvurRlaVi nisxt tpuqt teffni la heldj .Africa; aiyl .thls Is true, alo. n of South wlio U Tieimem.bcimd by t,r4 pJdMr pvWPl to gjve ?ilm nunlil0iJ letuiyp kn pWltlfl. a. 1910. Mm. GCJU-lnnjrsmil paas'd;ra,'JAns. and mnt Wea hy of tiw ae.vc.nal ntlll'on doliairs' iwotth cf Jun.9 Th? Uw alVovin .Mw sh'.irfftf 75 .cents g?ruMe riuuuw, IndlcttUng htr bpW of Mi cpumty ois one pt ifip tm$ tiie .fiillowlrtf 8wnltty Miey !"!" friendship tor Oav. Wilson. and "oaT hU Qitric,h fu.tlKirs luiparttd. ffflllng prlaoni;.rs. f,y iHUrrjford oi nwnbetB that be shpuid ltie mam rWrd for iViUom-wvwth to the relay alrtiloa In Erief-- fit. iLfiJ iilllWi To krpp Mi,t39 .thtps piprt until Of Ue f arty-od- d up l'l thirty JTPJ.s Bjgo. Mr. H w.aa IqiVS"" ?narto,rlal dignity ojvid his Xor Chfcatfc- - They flound Kcaray's Be4y is Buried. clgai and clir4tc Impor- to batrd a train Jun, jwUl aat Vve taixipioiJ porilxU of fiarm in, a Prlnco' A1(l'irt CiuV. of i arafnai .t iVwmkfqrt during the atalwoirt l nn Hfu ths nnVi-er- s li the a;y mujtely 1380. ost'iay W in W PU" not tp mention pnesslna; dewn urpn ills adm!nlatra,ti!pn of Gfv, i:luar. Mp. the Kansas City. n?c. lth ted, .the largst uliwlja cpn'irlhutor "upppr i3." of Mie IMgh fctohcol Socta'y to (which 170 days. though probably 10.000,000 ,wpith chosen was Cuba., brtmv a .Math silk bat. So aame time, liU brajtihor, B. E. EHU wii 'l8 P""1 Wlien Gearing learned W fuirt''al , as ponhvarors. pV Dutch and eighty dollxi Thnhi .hundnid of tlve to'nl orlglrn-itUfa xemaJKi ,wtre he bekMiafd. far, haiwejver, the senajtpr iw "C ln Adjutppit GeieraJ'. nothing bu J,HnMl Np- - u' '"' brtdae or ceil avlotfl for lliirace F. K'arI,. (hJ build a UviUss. ilmlf way irouad t" sftV), get i;aiit U of fipek cpaibi. but has talcm p the lipinp of Uapt. A. P. Wiiito. tii trip, Mvs. would .j o.n.i rfuH.d (to lutko r young avjlalAr, w,ly last his life n ft The um Is af .tho country iswloots. and comldjrable quantltVea In tho Nr-aenjoyed a womfcrlui djeaww of plisiswal and burial will be wt'oaWwaid oemiettry aid. ) ot An&V9. nnxvpbir .' buytii-eilgAia Qe.u-iiitdvlelly 'u.rlv)y In Hitufiijv. Ortont, aufflclwU'jP 8BsrvloB ai Mm flight fvom Us nwmlfw. comfpnt. thp story of wjlilcJi he lias froa' niUlV w.?na h(Vld hc.ru tqioy, Jtjiiilsjiajf. tlia t land ajt pn?Ma.!iliig prices. I and Africa. Of Jfsp forly-raiaApr Oar, Mie Cicpvtegry ' o,uenMy unfoldiid to GIvm Away His Aits- hajkardpus naUirp of avlatUjn. ICrvny ' worUi of Uces and embroWlrt; It la a caw. of Mie v punishing the blind swift treat Oklabopta. pv. Osborn tsxxriaycns, as wieil as tjie otftandivi. succeatful illjfit froHt Mioh.. Dw. soon after )Us LanaUw. ) Atttettoi. i hnpfltHtsd. a vory ia,re pq,orUo Ona'ptTyvlng'sMmli'tpld ha wife fhat aniouncpd to,day tiha so owlous paid by Owceniber SI. sent a auhtitantlal aunt of Anrytey to hM .TexurkAoVm. tvot AU Tuvurk.n Ax V Eunope. h brtl. nrelved. a gneat cojnpllpient, -nature." W Ihos tfW' to "fifit hack places a penai'V mpiier to he ua'd to pay tunjeral this sapne betas; thai hp wjis Utie best under the new StaAute ' by psnses in case ot ils drain. his two autuoblles .nU hjs Sn cen,t, and If npt MaMsx-Fttte- r. s sen. ot twelve Uajtrd S-raUic Sato. dreawd man in U tb aonra NOfTE Ypunx Keams; Is frleads "1 will JnertniO'iir on t;hp oehej- Miat Uaie J wUl bo aMuirsri to fcnaXe V A prwtty jiatne wpjldftut was floicmnu. ' On Fday VP- - 57. I will offer --or ate. Mrs. Bora, sltHn Madli-vlll- e aXli.ii a a polifir)ap. aUU fukliw expstise, all aiylator w'io oppaund at tiie use np an- levy and , 1 Kivi at Vv tionie ot the lwlVi nirtf'er. He exrr.cU to tMt .an N at say residence on No Creole 4 ld of live readtasi UbAe, nin"e (air aad ottier fairs to ffiWerH M gfwflil lda ot whlcji m,ut be tKwie W the tux Kenltuefcy rS. Ora Maddos lit Umv,f Uv at lleu we4t of HafUord, a lot of hftrtea swiar ianl ctv,wed ttf sunvaer, ajnU Is paM ;t" - globe girdling Wp toon b(ep hp (Mix o'ejopk WvuTpduy ttftertt:ii. 'iVte n"aat that the oaavenuMaa had ravhjad a paytf. Please nvUe yaur aiTanxenian'.s ll,v basft engaged In Jthss.MPharsi-Xunaituae houwhold. roulsji. Ahe dinnM . to pay Wore that date. . Wtl bond Iter ' ssawpa-Mlwr Ma fmo. J MM- - ftrtau office,beand faofft to tractln IMS ba-, jKa7' corn aald, i oc itadlaa.tUto. EUK Ho.rd bia treU, T. H. MVACfC, 8. O. O. Interested." "My draw. yu don't dpx. of tii&t city, on0 . P., KOXLBY. .Adv. M4dx Uawii ulklmg a tqna'aat iMid. t nwttora. iuv. ,Tlv TIi Hartfo-il- . Americans. Cromwell Postoffica Robbed. ly -- la-- i atut I w. . . a-d- , ;"s"' ". - IrnT tf-- tbt p'.-s- iN.-i- 1 prtk. 1 mta. . ff re nflnr Hill? i- nrp J'K. otly.r-pnclau- Sbi tli H..0 linln-Apa- '",'5 o8. . mt. Pw !.- Sttttor. ;n I .. '"'' py s lat SUn-t?y,b- n- woin'it-ipaj- r SrfhWi-Arn.'rfc.- ui n :. wt s; w- si Brii-ptr- pr-a- Sctor,MM it -' mJ ouio,.. inta' - " ,"' " w 7' J ,V jllfn?-Sultem- j.', tsl d afjt"npanftf" s e ff-i- "! v cltl-Ber- ol corviv-no'vd'ji- T a " t-- ai ti.' pirts. Se fd tf& hn-ne- a: W.t L. ftr - l) -t vW.ed-net- y, 8er.-w- 9) d. 3),(W1.-00- 0; n n 'Jack Johasti StaBS I tW M I U j.,, . (!(,.,,!,( pr. dt ifcrn-horlip- dUtrt-buthM- cFnr il au .. w, --- actbur .,., tdft-tftf- nf-.t- rp -- s K y Ku-np- e, p) K s , SVfpm-Ine- nt n:t 1 .tobr-too- , h-i- h ,ti W' hiiint gd Hp-in- rt dol-lar- SPt ls iik-C- (a-h- TaxFaytra sk tlrt llt plw Pd a. - .to 'ale wm "xaa Ut iwr. 3. oj ad spi v. -- '...&. :&i . 1H ' lv,,M"st" J " ' "-.- '''" 7 ,,, Tf7 -,- .,is.,sMiaiiaMaaaaaaaaa1 SCJENT. OS. I NOVEL USE FOR BLUE LIGHT Remarkable Demonstration by Doctor Titus Showing That It Produces Complete Local Anesthesia, One of tho most remarkablo actions NAPOLEON III. IN AMERICA LITTLE KNOWN OF NEGRITOS Scientist. However, Believes They Are the Original Natives of the Philippines. lVA -- H l.J.uT Real Louis Was Not as Dilapidated aa He Has Been Pictured by Tlt Love Letters ! Mark Twain. ' H 1 h AMU Probably no written portrait of tho Dr. Philip Newton, lecturer nnd Inof light has recently come to our atthird Napoleon Is bettor known to vestigator of tho National Museum In .'fr tention, tho Journal of Surgery re- American than that embodied In tho Washington, D. C who has Just re' jvomh.v bepjn in i iuc a tut 3 marks. In an address before tho rhetorical npostropho of Mark Twain turned from tho Philippines, believes real written over If society. In "The Innocents Abroad," where he that the diminutive negroes called FOR WRAPPING SMALL COINS lloston years ago by one of our notio I)r K. C. Titus has demonstrated that contrasts the emperor of the French (ho Negritos, who are found In tho uv.!;cjrt iluri.ij the ptrloJ heroo u hi Paper Tube Closed at Bottom and blue light possesses remarkablo an- and tho sultan of Turkey nt their mountains of nil tho larger Islands of fit to iiiHgre.t tj't:er.il mil go down esthetic power. meeting In Paris In ISO"., It was tho Philippine group, nro tho original Foldlna Flaps at Top Intended j'oftcntv as Having :. jc.phshtfil one ol t' In his experiments he used a scries thought very flno and stirring nt the nntlves of tho Philippines. to Aid Bank Clerks. mo? brilliant fcata rf r.rnn in the Iiistor of of slender glass rods about the world. Me . . a grcu a luvirns lie lime, but It la a plcturo to provoke j "They hnve been gradually driven n Kchcr.il, therefore tltcso Istte'S combine A little device which will save of' an Inch In thickness, placed plde curiosity and amusement today. Mark Into the mountains by superior 'ir.-:- ic Twnk clerks n great ileal of time Is by sldo and tied together so ns to Twain described how tho future em- ! forcer.," said Doctor Nowton, "and nutory ana exn.aito rom.tm:e. l...y man-a hunun r.e e that no other worl. f hc coin package Invented by a New form a kind of flexible mat which peror carried his dreams with him ' tnrlnt' T thorn nrn tint mnni iiie:uft:rc hat dor.e Jn a decade; it ii v.ir. it it i liitory, if it York man. With this the clerk will will adapt Itself to various parts of Into exile, how ho associated with the j than 25,000 of them In tho Islands, I t. I mi littnttire. Yon inn!" c.m't t!'i rK a i it i lisimply drop, say $5 worth of dimes, the body. The glass must be of cobalt common herd In America, and ran foot They nre the perfect typo of savage, st rv of the Civit War now ptililhhcl for ilv lirt titt." an-- mrtt.iiniiiK .ill Cnto the receptacle and close the top. blue and transmit no red rays, this races for a wager, how ho walked his i They have no houses, wear no cloth- I tin of .1 luppertinn T'.i 'tteri will -(tnp im b irtl, There will bo no rolling the coins up being a very lmportnnt point. The weary beat, a common policeman of Ing and live by hunting. Occasional if lv .. .1 I i V .'fill hll VMItr It1tp... ir in fir- -. In I I'l'l .. n flat piece of paper nnd closing rods arc to be placed upon the area London. That ho carried his dreams in occasionally they grow a i f now before yi'i fo.-j--t it. shown to bo anesthetized, and some form of Into exile, that his belief In his star little rlco. lioth ends. Tho device here They use poisoned arconsists of a paper tube closed at ono white light, preferably a tungsten never wavered. Is unquestionably true. rows and are very similar In stature and with tho open end slightly en- lamp, brought as closely as possible Put It Is not quite so romantic a and habits to tho African dwarfs. Tho II! a !7 ( ric:c'-.i- l without causing discomfort. figure, not such a dilapidated a Louis men are usually four feet six Inches V 'W V JL J J A v d4, jS laisni -- ' v w Co. Strange to relate, In twenty minutes Napoleon, that wo see In tho nccounts or seven Inches In height and tho Usrieu U?V,Vt3;t!iSl. tho part becomes Insensitive, so that of moro careful historians than Mark women nbout four feet five Inches. v superficial and even deep incisions or Twain. For example, there Is "Inti- Among themselves they think nothv 15 Cents a Copy One DolUr a Year punctures are no longer felt. This mate Memoirs of Napoleon III," by tho ing of murder. In tho northenstern f hour or Into Paron d'Ambes. D'Ambes was not part of Luzon there are large bodies anesthesia lasts for m $1.0, in more, and has occurred so constantly with Louis Napoleon In America, but of them In a district never yet penend that there Is no reason to believe that It was from the prince's own lips that trated by white men." to our Arc,iS. Ann for Particulars it Is the result of suggestion or ac- ho claimed ho received tho Impres,V cident. Minor surgical operations have sions of that visit. Louis Napoleon KNEW SOMETHING ABOUT IT THF PICTORIAL REVIEW CO. been performed under this method came to Norfolk, Va., from Rio do nnd without tho least pain or dlscom-- I Janeiro on tho frigate iiL res'. .1. Wcjt 33tl St., New York City Andromede. Hubby's Confession Did Him Honor, V. fort, and there seems to bo enough In The commander, Henri do Villeneuve, but Really Was Not Much of It to merit attention. was very kind to tho exile, and tne a Surprise to Wife. More than thirty years ago there prince thanked him with the words j ' prevailed what was afterward termed "You aro obliging a man who will ono urtrrU-no no-- - to ilo wVi your "Marie," said Mr. Valesburg to his M N the blue glass craze. All sorts of day be emperor of tho French, unNOT AS DLD lM ijtfi :i I t'', 'i .ill'i .ui-- l I"llHi Jn ailments were thought to be amenablo fortunate as he may appear at pres- wife. ,n ! ! lit1.. ;'i i 'o ' ill W. ' "Yes. John." to the action of blue light, and the ent. I shall not fnrcet vnit." Tho iP'tY JuilM W II Mitl Cm in Act of "I havo something on my mind that newspapers were filled with glowing Andromede arrived at Norfolk March AS SOr ' I must tell you before I can ever bo I TU accounts of cures. Enthusiasm) ran Oil tOOf.l ov, i iiu pnucu piuct'eueu iooi. E nmy it'i-, riot for a time and then the matter straight to New York and dined at happy." "I shall bo glad to hear anything dropped out of sight. In' will V r.v Gen. Watson Webb's, where he found you lot'no' say, John." have to Some time later there was a revival General Scott, his two brothers-in-law- , it out of inritr.i, c fir "It Is hard to tell you, but I can't New Discoveries Knock Out Into . in phototherapy when tho Stewarts, and a number of senaof Interest a tlnv-It may ao nft a nrlrd-ilii- f. hide tho truth any longer. Marie, I Finsen demonstrated the curative pro- tors and statesmen. Tube for Coins. T.'ir iviiy or nuy ivy. 1 a married you under false pretenses." ray In varperties of the ultra-viole- t One of Dr. Osiers. ,tvtrA-u- i a tU. piun clo& "You did!" rutin Ixrgcd and having two projecting ious affections, especially lupus. Since MERELY A VARIETY "Do you remember what It was that OF GUM Uie .mil jour tMiUmii. tSwKffwiVmit then the physiological action of light wings. . The requisite number of coins brought us together?" will p.nl ynr lw ivOt"'"! 9 dropped into the tube, It Is given a has been carefully Investigated, and, "Can I ever forget It, John? Wo Prof. Metchnikoff's Microbe Is .sharp tap on the desk to settle them although much remains to be learned, Nothing Wonderful About the Produc- were l.u.S 1,1 will tnon tj un lt,i o.iy at tho bathing beach, I was tion of Frankincense to Those all evenly and the wings are bent there can be no doubt that we are drowning, and you saved me after I Said to Inoculate Man Against Who Deal In It. aaward and the top turned down to nearer to an" appreciation of its posSlmlliu-ly,tli-- s nxxrita mv vir had given myself up for lost." ctoee the package. The wings and sibilities in the treatment of disease. ami j,lpo of jiwr T "And afterward, in gratitude, you Frankincense Is a variety of gum the Poisons of Age. top flap can be gummed It desired, but vital Diiiuri, tM1! It'i'ii'L (t.)'j-vjsJUfl Is not necessary. HANDY DEVICE FOR WATCHES that frequently forms a component of married me." "Yes, I felt that I owed my life to Incense, but the term Is not met with ami carry aw.iy to (nfm .Lrjinuc". in commerce, to which Incense means you." "Doctor," Hilil a patL-n- t te rV.-J- ? To irully .!!.".' xu, thny niu; l fnorc Metallic 8upport Fastened to Leather a gum "Marie, I deluded you about that diy, "I aim alxty-ad- x that exudes from a tree flourHEW AID FOR PHOTOGRAPHER ohl, h'.&'P t'an ::al. T ur VJt tl-Sack Makes Stand for Timepiece ishing in considerable quantities In rescue business. Where you believed el slit luiirji lii rvsvr til mint l? cln?4, l Mj). tyrnKm. While on Table. yourself drowning the water was only British Somallland and elsewhere. Trouble of Getting Right Exposure waist deep. You were never In dan- more Uian two !iyi!.i n iLy, nr a ami n!nu u!f, aivl natiy ,'Alf u( Vvi 1 Plate Eliminated by Eng-- , In the accompanying drawings Is There Is an Inferior gum of this kind ger." crumb n,fter B ,o'nlock at tilglit. I ctn a vr vital a, must V that grows In India and other counlish Manufacturer. shown a combined watch protector link.-- n. "I knew It, John," Bhe answered. "I walk ui lilll ami iIoati iiU, ,thl-itries of the east. and support. The former is of leather lo a (iny JiitnJ. tutd The Incense tree seldom attains a had one foot on the bottom all the olarly, o miy iirn-it'iaji britTo the amateur photographer the and leaves the dial visible, being of a It husky iljy's work." treat bugaboo In his work Is arriving type already familiar. The metallic height exceeding 15 feet. It presents time." xV, .t tle art rl ,i turn anviivit. jJL the proper exposure of the plate. support attached to It, however, la a thorny and unsightly growth and "You nre .not liy yaiiw old." I Am !oiw tv n nnui l .ibfc College Girls. thrives in desert regions. Dealers vwatb most of the snapshot cameras UI. "Ypu tire In Xh ili oi yo.ir ilm.i up orjichvil Ju Iw rnent, cvtiolf-o- f First of all the girl who goes to col- youth." ' grade incense according to color impossible, as they trow in use this Is JJL ; nuy JU mlnI. Ii'm bright yellow, medium and dark' yel- lege must remember that tho Initial xe adjusted for an average exposure; Yt wlii I folt th jiuU of .Uvtt'ilii" l T'r .o Vxiril. m rrn". vc an Opr low. The chief market for It seems impression that she makes determines Taut the trouble Is experienced when he liaru atvl iijixi very largely her happiness or unhappi-nes- s I foiiiyt hU to be Aden, whence It is taken by comes to the point of making time '1"-vn h i ,j..-for tho first few weeks. Abovo s.vuity wlntiiTs f JitJiiKT ant fl exposures. This trouble has been met during the winter months. win-i-. nut pirn iui uur cm ni Wi ml'.(MU with all things, she should not arrive In an of Dr. On'ir, tliat (oo'nr Orj an English manufacturing firm by Harper's Weekly. a lmjivsl inribl- - as jw, elaborately trimmed suit, a beplumed phraT, ixipularlzfd llu old saiv. ' .V If rifce addition of certain chemicals to a,ar ti ti ,viyV-Av- i U lvvn: If hat and pumps. Such things may bo man Is an old tis Ills le sensitive emulsion of the plate or Tin" hn mintw tnmtlm tv Ju', i.iiMiiu.. if Made First Lightning Rod. suitable for rare occasions at home, hi- film which makes Xearly everybody believes that Bentinrmmoil ,1'jriutliml ,, .v...... ., n u u.,. til. . This is particularly valujamin Franklin was the Inventor and but they find practically no place In tlit att'T j on t!i an'l jnliltlu us? thl ptrty nil ,hi llf-- , wlt,v.iul the outdoor wardrobe of the well-bre- d brilMa Jf able In inside work, where the constructor of the first lightning rod. Dial .itarvl iwels (it UK JuiU-i- nt of i'ila fin. college woman. The plain tail- blool liantly illuminated portion of the room In this particular they are mistaken, whlpwkiib on your furbVud anti ,ni-pnnear the window calls for 'a short ex? corrtvt w"ln ."O- 8V as the first lightning catcher was in ored suit cut on good lines, a tailored Support and Case Protector. which arji roll-van unVr yoif s.mie pnfiV an- - ti-- n posure and the darker parts for much tu jioim vented by a poor monk cf Bohemia. hat to match and neat shoes create ap- rtuVyor'a flnui--r jus h, toii jviur iu!w anore, and In this case It Is Impossible something new, Bays the Popular whn nut nn tha first mil nn impression of quiet good tasto and n'judUiy very qn'r.kb'. and oCk!'" keynote of sim- - )callail expose for the shadow parts with-'.opivots around the two h n.h ( "to Mechanics. It ...nr , stow hard anl brit- Inn; lift-- Uirust upon tfivfn by d..ju. proprlateness This srJtis overdoing the lighter portions. points which fasten It to the leather MonJ-n..- !. tle. lu'o ruV. .Am exposure of forty times that of sack, and can be so set to constitute out her wardrobe. Elaborate chiffon was composed or a pole was conclusion of Mr. OsVy jcV. The wWles ofu-MaiiK-for normal la permissible, and tho plates a support when the watch 1b placed by an Iron rod, supportingsurmounted or net waists and fussy neckwear are It Jils the 12 curved .tlie confcMiiinrarltfM. betot- the win Id pity of developed in the ordinary manner; but upon a' table or other flat surface. branches of little use. for a collego girl's room ami a,?v. ,1'ivf. and terminating in as many where, for any reason, the exposure When not in use, the support lies metallic boxes was never designed for clothes which Uecpie Oilerlzoil thu the li'ts if port-ni- IJlle MiYcWkorf, of th Invur Inntl. filled, with iron ore. atyl rulilicer-lik- e eUsUnlty In C)t tuti- proJias been greater than that, a spe- closely around the watch case. ,f JUrls, him Jiwt dbavTiril that The entire system of wires was uni- require careful treatment and if cial developer Is recommended. arttrltB inxint the vutli. old ae rvally tection from dust. Leslie's. j ted 4o the earth by a large chain. Tbe coine from HanK-nrn- l UrtirU ar Vis lvar.Miivi--s enem!o3 of the inventor. Jealous of his In tho Mtomoch and from "My Favorite Love Scene." of at;.', ay thrne itoctor.i. success, excited tbe peasants of the lort pratln, Jack of !OATES REVOLVE ON HANDLE nlr, wanf. of I find It a matter of very great diffT!ue jwunser ..school of f:!ntLtK vvMMbe .inl t!. cality against him and unaer the pree mrl f yvi l 1:111 sk2II text that his lightning rod was the iculty to select one particular kn'-bfi'tor . They are nit '.Calendar Pen, Intended Especially for the fxiil jiolaon.i yiat ,iy S AMD as my favorite, writes Ellen cause of the excessive dry weather oji Forgetful Business Man, RecentIn the Strand. I can at least by the coincidence of st'.tf artrl-the sy3t.n1. had the rod taken down and the in- Terry ly 'Put 'on Market uv they Saihjl say, however, that I have felt tho Hrptn.a,t,nre axe, A fw inwn nt l of, ventor Imprisoned. J.nt wrote n deepest affection and admiration for by t,no ivpju;licUI-llK.- e Twenty-fiv- e per cent of accidents lek abnuA "Olfl M iwid Jlo-An ingenious device, and one that in aviation are due to poor constructbe passage in "Itomeo and Juliet" In saftn,M df art-rlKmiity jhifj oil. t'j 1' ,iv vt It by s Uv.'i-nt'will be useful to the forgetful business tion. Value of Travel. which Juliet makes apology for her In a word, it has It jn rni'il fn.it ati.l jtoW .Milk." Ho rnJ noJrJ juut man, is the calendar pen, Invented by Goethe says that no man has a maiden boldness. of aviation has been A or musi'.nou iC t'ie brlti'J-'.nvUi an Illinois man. If the user wants addedminister staff of the French war right to write until he has traveled cruwuits w" o llvd ti a T, it. oil My reason for selecting this particuto tbe to know the date of the month, all he office. and lived. Certainly no one has a lar passage is that it serves to show aw in Ituli; Lrla pr.ut'oilly 'tnide ttielr ' "naa to do is to consult tbe handle of t fe to the full the perfect refinement and what ill it ,: t mlik lutd luifHiI kmj. Esperanto Is taught In some of the r,Snt t0 thlnk he "" Uo pen and tiud It there. The handle state supported schools in England, uucra ur wuai eariu caa give until no dellcacv of Shakesneare's concentlon IIt il.fcyilrTVtl fiat n "has a barrel revolving on It and a travels. of the female character. In this pas- - Finds Cure for Epilepsy, mlcnilw-n'ji- ciand Germany. liul-irwlhfl dy ,'ilin calendar in the barrel. Of course, it France kllllnK Instrument that works Travel does more toward letting us sage and, Indeed, In all me reBi A flv U lrc!!lu win tu'ways iyvsmtiF. I" must be set each day, but that can with a trigger, resembling a pistol, has so freo of our human limitations, than Juliet's heart, fluttering between Joy. After Years of Suffering UlllxiKljJI MUMl Jllllk, llul till WW "My daughter wui mulcted with ite done by tho office boy, whose mem- been Invented In England. anything else In life. It frees us by hope and fear, seems to regulate her ory in some matters, notably the not (until atoiAhjfi) .!v. con- - s'vlng us large views, a wide sense speech in so beautiful a manner that epileptic fits for threa yearn, the attacks A man weighing 150 pounds every few weeks. We employed In 'U Wjk aivl Vctiinn lus aJ,lscil tains enough grease to make 75 can- - of opportunity, a fuller comprehension the thought Instinctively crosses one's coming which has strewn mind that here, at least, tbe feelings several doctora but they dd Iter no 1031 meat aivl rt.urcihy f,v! and tio j of lie lavish hand dies and a pound of soap. good. About a lirliikliii,' ,.; m::k Tn'o wi'illi itjie of youth and of the spring are blended A burial casket that holds a corpse beauty over the earth. year n s o wo Abovo all, travel numbs grief be together like the breath of opening seated upright on a stool has been k in wia plati'oJ. cause It lifts us from the personal in-- ' flowers, heard of Dr. patented by a Philadelphia Nolv ivviuyt tlu jiiVPt dJjsvry of Nervine, Miles' Dr. A. D. Wadsworth, Columbia to tho universal life, the life triuma'l. I'mf.vir ilito'lnlkviff ftirstf. tiiri" and it certainly Lower Animals That Count. university. New York, Is developing phant, whatever be the fate of the There are human beings, such as Inhas proved ti iViun tliuJ1K1xaantlct to tfna "A lt'in to a.s a serum for the cure of pneumonia. fragment called one's self. Harper's airirli)J" iOii!ito, thtfi ho hU;slnK to our old a habitants of the Murray Islands in the The reason many persona walk In Bazar. t,hj.t wJUi o.-llttlo girl. She Straits of Torres, that cannot count of U iwtl'.-u-ntheir sloop Is because one part of now apparently Two Systems Compared. ho hvl dlsinvMl niryfur furthor than two. But, most surpristho mind is wide awake when the cured and is en- A government-- , says a wrltor In the ing still, most animals possess calcuiXeutiin"d, other is asleep. thinks tfte Hivunt. tho best utensil In which meat may be Twentieth Century Magazine, which lating abilities, and several have a disA health. It 'U double ,t,ho pan of mji.i' lltj. you how to carry your umbrella, tinct appreciation of number. In cercooked and then automatically cut tells year lnc Utieanny ai tlw sovru nf ti(t. pfit-i- i has had a wa-,t- ho Into pieces of equal size has been In- which forbids ladles who wear long tain mines of Halnault tho horses are 3,ron.t givma waiv jnpM.T.-cannot Wo fit. hatpins to enter railway trains, which so used to traversing the same road vented by a Massachusetts man. i speak too highly In a iIok's anil lr.nt!ntitA'i A lead pencil sharpener Invented by fines you If you throw cigar xtubs or 30 times that after their last round of Dr. Miles' Nervine." ihIIV1k) luvilf hm now a Callfomlan operates like a pair of papers on tho street, which does not they go to the stable of their own ac MHB. FRANK ANDERSON. Comfrey, Minn. multiplied in su,jh qutwrt'.H fpioA ho scissors, ono, blade holding a pencil permit your children to niako a noise cord and refuse to take another step Calendar Pen. Thousands of children in the Iren-l- i profiler liw while the other cuts away the wood. so that others are disturbed such a Montaigne says that the oxen em' According to a Vienna physician the government does restrict Individual ployed ltf the royal gardens of Susa United States who are suffering U iiusiti'.tV(i v po,iitn it batting average of the big leagues, Is Increase In diseases of the respiratory liberty, but Just aB certainly It en- for turning the wheels to which the from attacks of epilepsy are a worjd. TiW'tto 15 ivn, iu:rilliifl to 1'M-esmarvelous. The dates of the thirty- - organs In that country Is due to the larges the common liberties and pleas- water palls wero attached absolutely M.V- - .iilk.crff, .ha.v thfi one days are mounted on a series of i practice of men going clean shaven. ure of everybody. The" government refused to make more than 100 rounds, burden and sorrow to their parents, who would give anything to restore facility, u(u? InTings on tho handle of the pea and j A brittle shell which, on bursting, thus eulogized Is that of Germany, which constituted their dally task. ufi latitodu-iuhealth to the sugcrcrs. to tho JatAiVns at Jiian, of ijiVIIn .ip uie ourrei uuu upvuings irougn wniCU will envelop an enemy In a deadly which tbe writer quoted prefers to our tli,o.se itolso-v-j- s boll?3-Cill,:- ,l, the right date can be seen when the gas Is fired from a gun designed by a by' ,tha system. Dr. MUes' Nervine That Old Andy Jackson Cane. calendar Is set, Uy means of a lock- famous German artillery building That old Andrew Jackson cane has is one of the best remedies known fearful names bkol, taJol aayl jiheiriol A ing device there Is no possibility of firm. Opposite!. bobbed up again. Tou can't keep a for this affliction. It. has proven whlqh a,te nciw liellenad to oause, 6M the barrel turning to show the wrong A miniature fountain attachment for The dapper little ribbon clerk gazed good cane down. Remember that beneficial in thousands of cases Offe. figures. bottled water holders has been pa- langulshlngly into the dark eyes of cane? Of course. Well, It's around and those who have used it have Hr. 3l?tchnJk(W mulutiuv thul lie tented to enable persons to drink with- the handsome brunette waitress. again. This time George W. Oliver of the greatest faith in it. It is not lUmselr iikj-be a m f4)0 oU "cure-all,- " touching their lips to any recep-tacloout but a reliable remedy Convertible Coat. "Isn't It wonderful," he gurgled, Portland, Ore., possesses It, it having a Ypu ' need to Iinivo ihl dlscovwy itund, Out' hi Frank P. Matthews of Halttmore has "how opposltes seem to be attracted been given to Oliver's father by Jack- for nervous diseases. ynunis ir assb'-ajat- a The suggestion that roofs of bouses to each other?" oid al the inVlZllo-a,g- fl received n patent for a convert-UtI- e son himself, and in the Oliver family not hesitate to give it a trial. Just Iff! Mm flret Sold by all Oruoalets. nifjn ,wlw display distinguishing letters or numcan be worn in tbe coat It i) 'urlnklng Uwitj nnj'i-o-- s "It sure is," agreed the beauty. "I 47 years; count 'em. Now tbe cane li bottle falls te benefit yeur, mM Is as a frock ooat or a cutaway and bers to guide aviators has been up noticed only today that the tallest on its way to Princeton, Mr. Oliver return. of thla ojr Bvin ana alrtuly . .J j t can be changed Into an evening coat, seriously In several German cities and man at tbe r Uue ordered having sent the cherished possession MILKS MCOIOAL CO4 KMwti' eidUnUloii and briltowns. r swallowtail In a few moment. to Governor Wilson. New York-Mail- . shortcake." LIpplacott's. liancy o,f youth, k-3I'hyslo-Therapeut- Confederate Gea JMn t'-.low-ii-tcrj m :; u- .? ft rf35 f'V. X I Ww 'WkPmSSZ (. ; one-clght- h 1 '' "-- i l k ont-Hpori- rv - Pict (rft R iw one-hal- SSvCSlSjat' Wofe W CW. 000 Cash Prizes ""''' I i HSARTERIES n p'-t- ,! jtr -- , wit,--r-vjii- l ll. yrs Von y l: o'vi-whu- ls -' "- .. . i"t-rir- n over-exposu- ..- ,,.., ... .. , ..,..., - ..1 a.-i- l oj-l- . iuU-rk8- ru pol-wn- NOTES OF I tnU.-tUn-M SCIENCE ih love-scen- '' NVENTIO s 1 .UV-'in.tko- Drl.-iliVi- f tU-i- sii -- ul , I . u- 1 ts - d H'irr1-i,.')!- al tj ul d s. ajy . day-triu- lunca-counte- j W E ingtsssvttmaeateasntBxr: zs.i.:u. -. .1 ,7 ;ntisiUfji. if- 1..,.. - , 1 r pr- ?' ;. 'T-'- Wlgl r.11-rni- l t m iijipPBpmBMMBB iirtii ,' :"" ii;- - i ? Sit3te3 ELBCTRICA! ORLD WIRE THROUGH FLOOR JOISTS Awkward Job of Wiring Made Com parrtlvely Easy by Use of the 8tandard Boring Machine. Hero Is n Job In electrical wiring thnt often comes up; Hint is, to fun wires parallel with n colllns anil through tlio floor Joists, nays tlic Popular Electricity. Anyone who lma tier tried knows that this Is about tho most awkward place to boro holes imaginable, yet with tho stnnUrd boring machino now on tho market I ho boring becomes a simple matter.' A rigid standard, which may boi lengthened or shortened as deslrdd, PICTURES SENT THROUGH AIR APPEAL, Ml- TO ALL INVENTORS Im- NEED OF A NEW HORIZON Only by Prolonged Attention to nute Detail Has System Been - Btory of One Voman's Suffering Brought to Perfection. Surely Should Stir Them to mediate Action. That Excessive Application to Any One Line of Endeavor Is a Grave Mlvtake to Make. I i -- ' "" -". " ' - - ' '"I i Tho announcement that It will soon ponslblo to transmit pictures by tireless has been received with doubt In some scientific organs. Nevertheless tho sending of pictures by air Is n legltlmato development of the transmission of pictures by tho telegraph vlrc, nccordlng to London Engineering. Doth processes aro no doubt mysterious to the lay mind. To Bend pictures by wire Is tho simpler of tho two, though In actual operation beset with difficulties. Only by prolonged attention to minute detail and by most skilled effort on tho part of Instrument makers has tho system been brought to a degroo of perfection that exploitaJustifies its commercial tion. A photograph to bo sent by wire on what Is called tho telectrograph Is first printed upon n thin sheet of lead, ily means of a "Bcrcen" and camera such as are In general use in the Imago Is resolved into a series of lines. These lines aro formed In tho leud foil by a pigmented glue, which Is not a conductor of electricity. Eventually thoy are press cd down Into tho foil. This foil, with its image, is then wrapped around a revolving cylinder similar in principle to that of the phonograph. In place of the phonograph needle, however, Is an Irldum stylus or pen, which travela lightly over the revolving Image. As long as the pen traverses the plain tin foil an electric current passes along the wire connected with the pen; but the moment the pen traverses tbe glue line forming the image tbe current Is broken. Consequently, when tho cylinder revolves at high speed a series of momentary currents will bo produced in the wire leading from the pen. Current Litera- le photo-engravin- g, Inventors aro requested by suffer-- i telephono patrons to exercise their telephone booth slid-In, Ingenuity on n door thnt will really slide. Heading tho petition Ib tho name of a noman who had a curious experience In n drug storo booth. "There aro two booths In that store sldo by side," she snld. "They arc About ns big as match boxes and are open at tho lop, so when there Is a lull In street noises tho conversation In each can be heard In the other. One day, when listening to a long and Interesting communication from tho friend I had called up, I heard a man In the adjoining box ask for the number of our own telephone uptown. "Presently he said, "Can't you get Ihem, central?' "Of course central couldn't get us, for I lenrned afterward that not even the maid was home, so he rang off and left the booth. "I was most anxious to detain him and learn his message. I Insulted my friend for life by saying, 'I can't listen to any more, now,' but I might Just as well have let her finish, for I couldn't get out of that booth, I pulled and tugged at tho door, but It wouldn't budge. Finally a drug clerk let me out, but the man had got away by that time, and I don't know to this day who he was or what he wanted to tell us. Imagine having to go through life with a mystery like that tinsohed. The telephone company cannot equip their booths with movable) doors any too soon, I think." I InR R , , maturing into enduring, Increnrlng usefulness and percnlty, become like unto a Iioubo left desolate. Whether work bo drudgery or delight, too exclusive application to It naturally tends to narrow the horizon. The merchant finds himself surrounded by dry good talk, and dry goods people until the walls of his store are the boundaries of his world. The scientist who puts his bouI and heart and brain Into the pursuit of the beetle finds in time that every point of the compass ends In a beetle. Tho society woman who finds nil her Interest In one class and In one set of events and modes of living sees and feels little of the vast and palpitating current of human life above and below and around her. The nerves and brain and muscles grow weary of monotony. However Intensely we apply ourselves, we should keep our eyes on the distant hills and the crimson sunset. There should always be kept open a path that runs away to the west or east or north or south, to an entirely new horizon; to some other work one loves; to some other study that appeals; to a new game with a new set of rules. Collier's. DISCOURAGED AT THE START Youthful Hero Unfortunately Had Run Across One Who Did Not Like His Kind. flush of youth tiai passed, Instead of Jinny excellent women, when tho i ! Every member of your family will appre- 'gS cinte the many handsome, useful presents you ff can get free with the coupons now packed in iff fr tf Mixture for Them" Vr Mw BJC y(f; vSL,i - ture. t - Boring Machine. CURRENT FOR MEDICAL USE carries the auger or bit in a posi tion at rlgbt angles at the upper end The bit is driven by a little pulley which In turn la revolved by the rope belt which tbe man has In his hand. and over, down one side and jn the other, goes the belt and the hole to bored quickly and no step ladder needed. BIG DREDGE ON YUKON RIVER ' Small Electric Transformer Arranged to Fit Any Light Socket and Easily Regulated. which may be attached to any light socket. Just like a lamp. Is made for use with direct or alternating current This makes a very bandy device for transforming the commercial current fcr medical purposes. The illustration shows the outfit with the different electrodes furnished. The current may be regulated in very small variations by the simple movement up or down of tbe small knob shown in the center of cylindrical part There are no shocks connected with the use of the device. Tbe resistance wire which regulates the strength of the current is wound rn a porcelain base. With direct current this device supplies a current as strong aa derived I A small electric transformer One of Greatest Machines Ever Built Has Been Installed In That Inaccessible Country. The old miner who went Into the Klondike fifteen years ago to bring out gold with no more elaborate out-li- t than a tin pan would have scoffed at the, suggestion that In a compare lively few years one of the greatest river dredges in the world would be taken into that Inaccessible country to acour the river bottoms for the settlings of the ages. Tbe Canadian Klondike company has Just installed a dredge at Dawson, on the Yukon, which Is a monster, and at work taking up the bottom gravel and shifting it at the rate of 10,000 cubic yards a day. The construction was begun In August and completed In November and tbe boat is 130 feet long by 91 feet wide. The machinery of the dredge is operated by electrical power, and while the Investment was of course enormous, the craft Is now moored in one of tbe richest spots in the world and 1t is expected that a vast amount of gold will be recovered. CHECK UP TELEPHONE CALLS Device Registering Invented by Arkansas Man Especially Adapted for Use on Toll Lines. , Electric Transformer. thirty to forty cells. With alternating current it gives as much from current as tbe large and expensive i outfits. j The Scientific AijK-rlcadescribes a registering devlcf for telephone systems, invented by E. M. Northum or Stephens, Ark., as follows: This Invention has for an object the facilitating of posting books and the checking up of telephono calls, especially those calls received on toll lines. A further object Is to provide s device for registering calls which Is operated by disks, each of which The device will give on direct current from one to twenty-fiv- e of current either through the metal through handles or the rponges. For ordinary medical treatment only ten to Often milllampers iiro usually required. As tho device is less than five inciter long and weighs but ten ounces It can readily be carried in the pocket or traveling bag. It Is made of the ttst grade materials and the case la Uavily nickel plated. mllll-ampe- ELEQHCM wsvAl OH Registering Devise far Telephone. ' aoastitutsa la lUelf a raeord of tba all so rMoraaa. Aaoiaer osjoet ia to provide a device la which the regis- UrUg aft the call ia set only made, but the notification of such reeerd may be transmitted to a distant operator, tuck aa a monitor. Finally, a ofcject ia to provide a derlee comprising a dial having two aaada therefor, one ot which may.be la una daring tbe day and another durlag. tbe nlgbt, taese bands being sbowa la a faee view herewith of the regia-- i taring devUa, a porUoa ot Ltttartaj eaattoa . .... .. 4 Telephone operators In Egypt are required to apeak English, French, Italian, Greek and Arabic The British post office baa adopted service for teletbe graph lines la the British Isles. The busiest time In all tbe year la the telephone exchange Is the tenth or eleventh day before Christmas. A wireless station is being built at London which Is expected to provide direct commualeatlon with New York. Electric lamps for use la mines were first designed for rescue work, but now they are extensively used by the miners. Btorsa warnings are bow seat to sea by wireless so that vessels may be prepared for violent changes la the weather. An eleetrlo proeess will deteet accurately mlaute particles ot bichromate of potash la solution. It is of ; value In chemistry and was discovf ' ered by a Parlilaa. All business bouses aad dwellings Norway, In tbe city ot Stavanger. will be heated by electricity derived nearby waterfall it present from plans are carried out. of unusual A new electric truck length Is equipped with .eight wheels, acb with a separate motor, aad so arranged that tbe rear four turn automatically with Um forward tour la fleering. night-lettergrai An expert's recent estimate placed the mileage of the world's telephone wlrea at 29,666,000. "And who are you, my lad 7" inquired the kindly old gentleman in d spectacles of the honest-eyed- , Parisian Burglar Took Magistrate on lad who stood manfully beTour and Pointed Out Residences fore him on the library step. of His Victims. "Me?" Interrogated the honest-eyed- , etc., youth, smoothing down his ragged A man named Reno Foerschler, aged but clean shirt front. "Why, I am the twenty-nine- , who Is In the Saute boy with a widowed mother who has prison (Paris), awaiting; trial on a a mortgage on the farm, and I'm charge of burglary, recently wrote to about to save the life of the only M. Poncet, the magistrate in charge daughter of the village banker, and of his case, confessing to 205 other then I'm going out Into the cold world burglaries. The magistrate at first re- and make a fortune and come back fused to believe him, whereupon the and astonish everybody by marrying prisoner offered to take him on a per- the only daughter, etc., and then sonally conducted tour of the scene of UJ--." The other morning', his exploits. Vhereupon the old gentleman said: therefore, M. Poncet, the prisoner and "You are one of those Oliver Optwo policemen set out In a cab for a tic" kids," and' the klndfy old, etc., etc., remorsedrive round the streets of Paris. In kicked the honeBt-eyed- , the course of the day Foerscnler lessly off the library steps. houses at which pointed out thirty-tw- o he had committed burglaries. The fol Causes of Tempests. lowing day the experiment was re-- j Science attributes tempests to a peatcd, and the scenes of forty-twgeneral Internal movement of deother robberies were pointed out. The tached masses ot aerial projectiles, two next days, also, the magistrate which traverse the general mass ol resumed his task. Foerschler .has a the atmosphere like the discharge wonderful memory. He pointed out from at mitrailleuse. Even in time the different houses without hesitation of calm the movements of the air and even remembered little details, may be complex. During periods oi as, for example, that such and such excessive 'heat puffs of air hot as a house formerly had no carpet. He from a furnace strike the exposed affirms that in the course of his ca- portions ot the human body. The air reer he has stolen 900 watches, 1,432 mass at a normal temperature holds earrings, 192 silver plates, 32 gas fit- heat as the organism holds the cell. tings, 361 tie pins and 93 gold Such phenomena as the projectiles ol brooches. heat are frequently produced Beveral times within the period of a few minMen and Women In World. utes. The elastic condition of the air Tbe total population ot the world is Is not at all like the surrounding atnow estimated at 1,700,000,000. This mospherical strata. The heated all is based upon the most recent census, Is sent out I if projectilelike pulsations. which all civilized countries now take,' The pulsations are produced not in with a careful estimate of the number high regions alone. of inhabitants ot uncivilized lands. The proportion ot tbe sexes Is known Wildcat Attacke Young Preacher. for 1,038,000,000 ot these, the ratio beAttacked by a wildcat E. Lamont 990 females. The ing 1,000 males to Geisslnger, a young preacher and stu ratio varies considerably in different dent at Dickinson college, was driven places. In Europe there are 1,000 men down a steep sldo ot North mountain, to 1,027 women; In Africa, 1,000 men and as a result ot his experience wai to 1,045 women; In America, 1,000 men nearly prostrated when he reached to 9G4 women; In Asia, 1.000 men to Doubling Gap. 901 women; In Australia, 1,000 men to him saw watching Geisslnger 937 women. through the bushes a pantherlike anl highest proportion of women is mal about five feet lortg. Ho started Tlie found In Uganda, where there are to run, but the beast leaped after hlra, to every 1,000 men. The lowest made repeated attacks upon blm. and proportion Is in Alaska and the Malay although Geisslnger dealt It Several states, where there are, In the former, blows on the head with a club he 391, and In the latter 389 women to could not beat the animal off. every 1,000 men. The joung preacher made as fast time as he could for more than a mill Moslem Women In Future Life. down the mountainside, with the wild "Aro women admitted to paradise?" cat following. It was not until he wae Is a question that Is often answered Inside the hotel that the animal aban In the negative. "We find, however, doned its pursuit and sneaked back in more than one passage in the Koran to the timber. Carlisle Correspond that distinctly speaks of a 'future life ence Philadelphia Press. The, most In paradise for women. often quoted is the one promising the Supreme Sorrow. faithful that be will meet In paradise All the bodily pangs and labon besides his own earthly wives seventy-tw- o motherhood and mother-cahourls not an attractive pros- which cost age after age, is the least have pect for the poor women, who have living. All the patient tollsuffered enough In this life from the ot tholr ot mothers have humiliations of polygamy! But Jn ing which millions upon themselves when the) the fourth Sura we find the following imposed fed their chll more definite statement: 'But whose alone have reared and nights, all the dren, all the watchful doeth good works, whether he be have de male or female, and is a true believ- tired steps all that mothers ot theli er, they shall ba admitted into para- nled themselves for the sake ot theli greatest dise, and shall not In the least be children, Is not the greatest sorIn the sufferings. That Is their unjustly dealt with.'" Life row, which a man has expressed In Moslem East, by Pierre Poaafldlne. She poem wherein the mother throwi her heart at her son's feet, who, at Turkish Soldiers Without Fezes. over time, we read, tbe Turk- be angrily stumbles you It, bears the For the first hurt yourself, heart whisper, 'Did ish soldier Is going to war without the fes. Mabmud IL, when be changed my child?"' Ellen Key la tbe At the uniform of bti army, tried to in- Untie. troduce the shako, but the opposition ot the soldiers was too strong for Bees Stfck ta One Flower. It is usually supposed, especially by bin. The tea Is certainly a poor covering for men on active service; for the poets': that bees sip sweets India eves the change ot its color to khaki crimlnately from many a flower. All did sot get over Its feebleness as a bees, including the honey bee, show s protection against sun or bad weather. I strong tendency la. collecting both Hence tbe headshawl devised, aome j nectar snd pollen to be constant tc time ago to be wore twisted around one 'species of, flower. This Is manithe fes. The Turk's devotion to the festly for the advantage of both Infes Is clearly explained by Duckett sects and flowers. In tbe case of a only a, small Ferrlraaa; "The prejudice against the number of bees flying-fohat resta on a religious basis. It tbe part of tee season this habit bat beramas (tors ot prayer) Is rightly per- come so specialised that they visit formed the forehead must touch tbe oaly one or a few allied species ol ground. Tbe brim of a hst or the peak flowers, which offer an jtbuadanoe oi pollen and nectar." of a cap would prevent this." SHOWED SCENES OF CRIMES ruddy-cheeke- Duke's Mixture is one of the biff favorite brands for both pipe and cigarettes. Men everywhere prefer it because of its true natural tobacco taste. Duke's Mixture is simply the choice leaves of fine Virginia and North thoroughly aged, stemmed and Carolina bright leaf crumbled. It's impossible to get a purer smoke or a more likeable one than this mild, rich, fragrant Liggett 4 Myers Duke's Mixture. One and a half ounces of this choice granulated tobacco cost only 5c and with each sack you get a book of cigarette papers FREE. The Presents are FREE I ' !S They do not cost you one penny. In each 3c sack of Liggett 4 Myers Duke's Mixture we now pack a free With these coupons you can get any present coupon. article described in our new BS1BBSBSBBaaiBSSi illustrated catalogue of pres , -- f.l '"'WaBsaBlSaBk -- ents. A a special offer, good daring December yJMBanggnsnsi and January only, we will give yowthis catalog absolutely FREE. Simply send us your name and address. aaaaaaasaasF .atV ' frmt DUKFS MIXTURE mi ft it aaoTtti with Tmrt trim HORSE SHOE. J. T.. TM9LEYS NATURAL LEAF, GRANGER TWIST aufni n tbutU atp from FOUR ROSES ten). PICK W.UG CUT. 'rKOMUnr CLIX CfcARETTES mmdotktr tittuUuutoni taunt fral. Premlaaa o Dept & ?!5BaBBBattial 1&ffBtwLaiuZtm ST. LOUIS. MO. llBsaaaisslsMlliir ' iTsaaaf MHwilllHTBVanMsaBBnanaKntSK 13 B! 1 1,-4- "fc. i. YAM '.- V? .."--. fc i 5? immmmtmKlmmklmWWmllmWgWkmlmmmm i SBSSBBV f$?p ttrmwnmammwtmjumrtwnwww -- W5JM Ohio CountyDrng: Co. HADTFoon. , rvr SVsi Vi" LriaflBal ky. ZS n Country Journalism. To ariin a nwtt?er all a fellpw lw to do Iff la be able jtp write jioiaiw. dUouwi Uie taxltl And money iiufrvtn, umpire a tiaobaU gAfne, I'rpnrt a .wel ding, paw jfC(y, describe a ffs en (Vint the spiuSfiru will sbd Uinlr wrupi. nvie fl ilo Uvs iwork of $10. a'lJw tit i dune;, measure oalU-p- . ,ajbuae Vie liquor lUablt mt ' test whfekfy, aubbacmce to charity, ST w.ltlirjut inuU, at'atk tieti ritrr. weaiv cllaivn,l3, liiiMit (UvertetnenU, anjftr, at sntbiVi avirlo:li BcamU1. apn'aK-- i babltp, flellght pumpkin mlit'-iip- . .mWtr to lira aWllqtjxl, JuU Vio aUsruntltnl. 3t tyt, mold qalivtorn. tlsW to a t Mj8 office, qpe&k nA !w prajvjr mAjolnii aM stand In with ovpiybodv Peail, Pil-tlnand wwjidViw.-'WpJbfl- sli il fes I a I I SA wwwsw ssBVGssrsareBS? 9mvmm t'f. e, ilo. I wagoa kind uvea UOUHX saves WORK saves eyes. Your dealer has 80UTB Oil m carreis oireci xrosa euc works. Motalaa-- la mora important aa ths toms than dear, attady Ugbt. insure this by set tin the oil that burns clear aad clean without a nicker down to the last drop, renniylvanls crudstoU renned. to perfection. Costs no mora than the tus Ey VrV Bssal r ' . The avvtul list of Injur i3 on a Fourth Op, C. , over of July atusers. ihwmanlty. agwint It, lionovw, la tlw wndstful Hennery at Warren, Vsv Anntca KaU, tl healuiv, by iluckl-a- 'i (We sell the celebrate! " burnt, w no suffered f ro' Uroua.into. m carb" Auto OU) cuu, Urulwyi, bullet woujjdi or explo sions. Its the quKk icealer of bolls, !V oari, ocEWiia, soro lips or pltes. 2Go it PHSk '.. Jifvr v'd Cr Mllrs' Antl-Pal, , all JnwKiVs, I v.lor headache? Better Urt tow 8t Ctai. St ti n ' i v- - Itfl 'U A c-- i - t? M Hord Republlcan.:r,3.rglWHlTE nccordlnit to ln St the rostofflce fOUP lnr'3 tin llMinocrtitH rarrixl rtfor.i. Ky.. n. mull mntt.r of tb- - w.ond Uij ffju , .f nt ,. Br4 prvivttV.y liri'n n Ji,- for A"i ' momentum. But jwlUi Hip opening ,of CM, C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER Execs and the cnnlrr? on of the wlmvr EDITORS pr'ol ox I'iklriB account of stock mil BAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER p' nnitiR for t'.io future uncontnlnty and ' PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. d In hus.'n,nj ivvjilrii HjButir Cl&iif " pr diets may .males y.ti',f to yvc slnaraxly 1ipo .Hat tinere ,w;ill bo nc AldruM all communlcationa ,. ft U., ffinpiltvg of n limb) Hartford Rojmbllcan. house tills "wlmtfir, (ml wys on not fr;fl ,rjm t,c WIWl.tpw l At f.mf i rui .v. SUBSCRIBERS BEARS ARE Hint, oiij pUy o well tnjtin'vor, none Eitrrd ,,. GREAT COWARDS Yellow Polar Bear Is Bravest o many fieU; an I learn uirt,tislit none wp sq KiMWtlb,lt to ftlivniUji. H aos toj, ha i a m ,of ininii". rflnw scrts ln,v hnl n gr-- i v ,.!. tail n. I .. t i .li wknii ui feWM :: f, si i .1 t - :n.,nnJ i Antl the n,or nn W "it CiOTlirn'. : ' " of His Kind. S3n,e flf iMl, tin; ;. t ,Ki:z.bth r tji b"- - Listen! Vegpt. 1!& rigiit io maw Q',mX3KM IT iTil atkkrsM-krmrrk.u- i l;. or.r,n "n i.ut, b no i. ' pv :'i:til "jilij mm Thuvliys bteaujo t wfts so fcrt Lnrdtr tn Coancll, 1 ,vj in i,jrfo-n- i l iiiia iiwi- n ill vsv fiw,;m f-- i i -l- -- jl-j i rm i1 OurHorn. the popuar Heas Mm su-l- ciistinms lind tuin.'jy tiwl." OCew York I'resn. i lir jnltng mil n iva- i- NOTICE TO Bruin Family That Are Only Half True. n i U h' u Aftir a frWhtrul couKli'nc a"ll n man In Nciiia,'i, V1 fiU tmibts jrilas In his side and Ills dit'tor fiund two niinire. W Df t,' cmvenUonnl Ideas .n ribs lnd Ixvn l:x)kfii. ivroMrtmrnM ,hnt. aM.iy !T.T.rl!f iq'nanfi-'sIn pis,t thfue o'ng t, U.Mrs haw iiJurvd- - from iwrloxN tuition. Dr. K,lng'n New Dlsiioxiury )ju;d Juvc liave been aco'jnijvuiUd .by iiA.nl (Ame7. Wtg a,ntnlutliur the InwstlgniUons of sived hlni. A tvw nxpnonsfftii iwifls a Lot us hctpe Limit hlst,jry win not mtumll)'. Certohi of tlwe l.lns a- - late couirh, while persistent roits ,1C3 Itself, altkmtft'i rvw tlpit It ai'jsuml; o,'Jvei,s hwe a f.im Litlon ,i:t Moia! 31V obtlnate nouhs, cxirmls jytnbboirn colls will. Caption fact. or wita wink, 3,ni titles. "I fed sum It is a fact .t'i i.t t'i r.?wri',,nti;iiUv Its n OpiUcnd .to .humanity," wrl!-- s FIIIDAY. DCCRUBBIt 27. poJar l?ar of tbe HraaiVHit atrqngtiit The Cevil Pension Scheme. Mrs. Mftlo 'ilorton, Vlnmbla, Mo "fir couifiF3 fuid feixHlty ilins a yUoAli'i I belloo I would have consumption to. They nro making n determined m "Npw you see Mm and now y.au don' pure .wlvlta coil, diy, If I had not Washington to pstablWi u clil co,t, nivl thixt Jho remused Oils In Brjwi in the cabinet. as a w pftfd rulf, Is a mu k ,of edy." Its gnarante-- l to Mtlsfy, an pension list, ,the benqftairlcs of which It Is illtflcult to .nivalin yon ran git a fro trial bottle or Wis will soon know tl'p worst Tiejnro to ba the W,r cla k, ut ,we fan t'lls fae.t, unless It lv nhifheil to or $1 W elze ut all drugs'isu. and the eita a"lon cy tlie ,s'va:nw wfU mkc vn- - llUlo of Sla-c- h fourth son? tilnt lif alblnLin, w'uiqli l albusiliraiMw.v-- . The Divnerotli! iou. of of congncsa fllI Pon be htr. s nmy b) iVnvuljJ vrrm l most lnw.la.bly n comnonlvtl by ,ient:-njsAgricultural Extensions. !n an animal. It find d'snTiu-Thfre ,wjn Us pVwty qf o?no, tunltj- for ck t, ul) om t,)piB U Wf! pro) Kentucky op. In pu'jllc rsi; ')p;ct ,Vm'. t,ho next mJmtnlstra,t',on will has boon pu'.nVil o.jt (t'vit .t'usrp fnift ASdisTAXci: Col ItoossMlt to feiep CHAUDIbTl'S. when hale bein n tinw In tha dim tfie ne.t ,t,liTie ya,r3, nn,l ,tii(Mi rotij? seriously (ynsWcir It. single tyjuj of baar living en a nVxvl are ma Urfn many Keilucky tinot(hftr pn:sldi'ttlal election. We n.no ,told tliat tbere are W.VJS a diet of flculi pn.l Crn't, to .wliji-j- i pjhir lure nppla and ppafiii ft'int ;.ivc PuHWns, ecliifie of t)ie ofifLciew vul L- WOOL; In captivity yxvl,lly xm "W c0"" msn of ithe army, Our DemootaVc Wend luon nes!o'ed for many a;i 1 jiay and iu.ul.ie biars ftlip flht,r and mo'i-adip,t - flpeely RJttlng 'lose nootoifflc'M of lvie proluced no Incoime funllifirr ,thin ,oerned about corps, on the gM-i- menu's ay mlls. t.'ic(se nniiiitiN would titpul to s,j noit'i-if- l, an oiyvuioiml Rniall rppp of ,uaoTtlln from twvlsr the Chll Service than th.'V TJils glvrs an ld,'fi pf mli,t n clll pe.T finding fooil lattir In tfw auftiinii quality. AVth a UtUs InvpH'uii'jit mil do about litylos Plxns itr cn'Ty put their slon Ust may ultlmatrfy juid "down-righ- t" jilaVo'pi pledget. fiai itlii) othere. and mating to,U'ir be- a little ,work nt tV proper tlmr. a "up-rig- ht" It will cause ineJiiJirs of ingrff lo fore tfitiV wlin'iir ,tnror. Thus tVv Bir"ut many of tlvse Dtvf a;(l8 un Qr to moKs ' ,12 I. ,C. dii the Wiitik seriously Uafone The ww wjiild proluce tfio highly sjyo.!ay?." made to return a hus'i lniiie ' tiJut irniqn drai'n p,n 'ie trfisur' liijr some mjre ri!i UilAR Is o tjipj ,W)liicli c.uuiot cVnih i'.iws, but, will be an .Important Vie itirn In The eniploisrs of the govtrrj-iien- t ooenpellUon. Let tlje I. & iN. Bist 4nto inkud. is wonderfully adap'i d. wltjh Its firm economy. ' no nlghit ito expfpt enIoii,s. They are jom more Ohio trurty (mines and she feet, ito wcnuuble over li., I'or tlie mot part, tlif- co,mmor'ljl wUl skirmlsli a'Rurnd tuifl flnl a tw paid well, nui,cli bettar than pemns ai.'J wli'.h Its long, lithe to,ly find.uiupus qtshardis of the State are rpiw Jhni employed In Ill capatitles In prij.ij mono tqoal ears. laaig di'alani'es pr Hprlag spruyvl. On tho oi.Vr lumd ppvill life ane paid. Tlipy work fewer Imurx. limbs to awlm upon Itp cirey, ,tlie seal. hotne orc'iarrds thiut nQolp (fits W'l-o- n In ti'iey JiuMe a month's raqir-'o- n Pipas dlRitchrs tmwtfly-oIn fwtlvlty ik bears Jilbonna'te. To ora eAcptlons rather J(han Kie f,ull pay, tihy is giln to give ,u" all ,t'i xve a numit's sl?c the rplar Ujar .wln'j-.- r brings a rule. On aq:ount of the lack of knuwleM? lea,o on full pay. iWAUi .su-I free itnule In law prtecp oiml it)hp for bfitlis; to the M.i.lay "or of the prfp'v means (o ppply In rp.i. . liberal tnotflient, tlwy onlit to mqvlla of proXeqVon In filgh pric-:lllma'aypn, nloqri. It mil ken no batiVng the common imfwurd pests, jminy ust pp men qniplajiqil jn pri TBJt3 Uipr ,wo.y3 ,w.e p.r.3 .to buy ,w.lipjt ? fpr oM ;llffefffiiy; but tie bliok and jbfown archhardjfstis hai-- comfs fco biUvo yint l huN-lo ibaiy it lowVr pirlct pund vate ),). If t'i;!yw.uil to naijliigVy at fruit glowing is ixt fi pnoflKble boans of UUi sej4s fail wbat we liave Ip sell ajt Itlsi'ieir prteM pra,vlle a penstoai Wiry can do VHp Xor tw InVxnhs, fuvd Uadc tlie coniUVons PFRXtiillug llvtlng. Uf by Pirquvlzlmg a In S3 A atxrt of dual of Cie'r or daja ttosntliqr In Wvlr dens In many qroards this !s a iirft;Uy onvn and flijing premiums so Uiai in at t,'ils tiini.. In wild state the cpnchtslon. IVien iwJJl ith. peopJ Heor-- tjo cdob,ra.-due time .they anay pqt'ne n.nU black and .Ivxnvn b,jirs )aliqare a ca.e .The pnjvalenfie of San Jose scale .n Chiriitmas In the pronar apl'rtt? Fire a benefit that wUl Ue sufficient .to or hollow and tlttve tfivs' tnaraer all parts .of tlie State, and ti'ie Ktvat qtboIots land pqwetar nUsaliarges belonff them. INCORPORATED, sieks fi'i,ni lor rjl?lr pelw and their hjiiriii tli,at I'. Iqs bufote It Is to the Fourth of July. Epn the mpUr Tle soMlers and Bilta xvfip sprve abunluut aimvtnt of gneoai. fl'lie idlscol-are- d by .t!e RiTqwftr, pVvlnV ijTeiieatfitng coolly pnT3srints la gn:at-i- j fie United ot tafces hfar townirjd (the ?ov- nrw aiound the Hinall Jxole kovt ncctes'ity of careful t!i at arnimiyvt a relation qTird ffn govovierrdiome. It oaiusj33 fepnUanrnsrnvt open by ,Uie animal's bivmVilrv? idojs of t'ic urc.'iarida of Wi Jitat,:. m-- i orpmanx ttipe caicuj-jj(:(o imur cixlhcr oin a relation entirely vllffera-v- t not JiiJtlJ t'w (tx.mpara pratlosd nje. DetTir,tmjit of tlie The Hontlcultu'e tn n, joyc. from tjhat borne hy mm rAilnor the tner trink.s where Kientucky K.perlm.mt Station, reeopn,-s-tnTJrj sjoldis and sallqrB aic JaHd up-ti'ie black bear ban flcrjiniblod UP to Oav. Hadley don'.t seem to be able to , to risk (Je Importance of fruit tnjaui'iig lo their ttvpa for t'w .deifieiioe of tak-- ft fcn.1 t)e first pf tf ynar. lie Jf'dden In some iiollow, pqn'ps forty tlifl SULt?, deilren to aalst our (rtilt WILSON DELUGED WITH lead the stand nat artealexs n flresider.-ti- tlha ooiuntiry and ,Lny do so unon mea-g)TJipre atp mays tlun 1,000 fsot aiboii. mopilnpjofis. Then. W)e aee fi loader gruwrs to ,dVscoiex ierlous ipt?yj9 t nay. pomparpid wi.'.tj'i (ti)l3 on ttw tUi.te. fcnqwn ap iKenncHfifs. an I the xtpfiot of medthor If tVy ane prta-n- t rbo pan and to clvc timily This and Indalent ,bpa-t-. by tlie cteAs, anil when FROM ADMIRERS OAory class of work nun . is to hnei't jMie. All at wlilcih goc to fCioiiv Uiialt !t they winch Beaks only to itiiim and ap?Q asaln 8iigg,;s.lons for it,he faitatrnent pt Apets pns!ois?d tfiey aire ultlm-ifJby the Inorrnse. " As a funtfieT OhF.-m4a b(2iVpr to be a "mouso ftr q. tnonfcej-.falls an ieasy proy to the Svunt0)-- . But b,;for thy are pjjrmanen'ly lnjur.d. but a fraction of tjhe mun wililch irprLse. n Jtr. lAslJot; emery time. lVolipv dcnaunctxl the The Dipjvtnvnt has provided for the the darks would e.prtit If tihe civil tie brqwn boar of Kunope and fthe grizViat Jor tliss iim two inonUls of Tat as and Ahn PAnslqn (roll zly of Ampilea ar.-- irpivjcd to fury WJven emplpynnt of an aitUtont, w'.io Is to Receives Everything op to Turwire ,to barpenp a reality. rjvi-t.- s hae b?n at wn k on a ?ailon eupjwited tho Xraud. Tlw man wjio will 3fany pf assigned .to tho ,work nf be disturbed. the JMeraiment fcjmpiloyus systom for the wnjJo--.s- . ) ,, itihcft Is Inspecting oraliards. If Han Joac s:ulc keys And Iowa Mai Offers iVoid what lv knows sa.fc money and lay by lanovgh to proThfio one 1mious ways of taking to Irotl Juotitst mr.n. not vide a cqrwt'ncy for oW aige. OHh's or "turning" ,tho bear. J1lar Itear.", or any cT'iter serious orchard pept Is ' Him a Cow. Narriage-.tleciM- . wiste Vv&r substance. Civil penst'or.s both youns ajnd olj, sus ott,.a takja found upon lnsprc,Vvn, the grower Is "Wis are nrt Jiwa tn t".E;pl fie tauttfit to know It arU tl.p miiols would temd to discourage thrift. Keel- with a noo3e laid around a cf Jli.Vn D. Jlaiii.Wnt fiprin'sanl hiuit !t tvtate Ilepubllcan administration of controlling 1't are fully explained. ing Bttle .Uvln, Da'nitqwn. of a pemVon tlnie. blubbar In a ho'e and matuired anl 1 a,bau-- d for Sttta rr.rtasu,rer to try c. II. For onns Ui nruuatfoci. N. J. KslU Coff, Slnununs. aid Mary n. cuwaiti'on by hauling .Su5stlon,s will also be Ki'.vcfi al'ig aa packivl in cjii3 to BjJdl.e tihe pn's.t fl?plorxbte ICImlunclil tlw istoaii'ior enip,'oyi?s inite''lt WoqJrww' (Wilhis life, Prealdcnt-tejlec- t Vie- - lines of pruning anl cuMiiiaitlon I f.lPm ... Alford, Mc!It-nr'- . ... ....... InVl at!llra him uv..i.i,m ll.n.ll .I e.xtp,p,sia,n.'. as ithe dlssilie eSeminit. rrnn.it n VH(...4 .. condjtTpn iof KeiK'ur.'ky oft oft ffv! law , j.. n .. "CRxmimtni son doeiin't mind having hs (birth-da- y Oscair SI. Illd amfi Huby e of iwyrft '.lnr4s Jj tne un-- i OI o;T'f,,s- Congress would better Jwed itj'.e pub Their JUnndon officials. TJi piaople ResviMloin sin, (n the tioVd,ay s,xison. Slniaa b'-p,ans prun- vuuin WV"S ami lic demand fqr metmnQlunent and flaon-am- y doing of otlwr bwrs. They will so '' Jj Jfnow tbat the legislature mokfs ail ap- nomination and rlK,tlon, gtfts pf POTy s rc-vh-. route 1 Hamffrvl. anl llisi adopt a policy that in tlnia into box ,traps and fall ittiups aftert- - hnney lnr'' tonrroJ.Tit'ons throuJ5plt the r kind and dscrlnitIoin blaae pnopvfof-lonand ithot It has txen alrnot lTn pruurl'ii; Jifi!e Pennington, route 2. HarUiird. Ktttotm. wwild burden ithe prpdufers fasten !icTc- Had tn a mvUtuHUJ , rtoM of tho tinaJilniDusJy Democratic Jn both the Jl'o approii,'i W. y. TJfipartm.nt Vlrel In to htm dolly, but wi muntry by many mlllloria a year. .The tnohi.5.' hanrcl wh'le waking the ,njp. Th Francis, .SInnion, and Viola s fertuirfies for tlf,teii Jieiirs. This ttenv-ratl- c thfy hive niutttoUcJ. W. "w'n-suc- h of the holdlaj-tho W,K anJ l,J,:J,e,', f hjgli cost of living about wfiloli c'ior In same paiTts of Uuj ,wq-IlUiWiard. Vey pa,nty In Kentucky is resocislble ' turkeys already lhavo wFk''.vl Throi live V o'f fxu.t that '" '""t g.Plng Is so much complaint Is caused in pirt hftWc whlls in llniy Slln'on. route 3 HaqtfoiAl. ail tor 4lm S.tn.lp rlirht. A rimryrtm-ti- ' Iaj-for O'lrl.stfnas, w,hlqli he wi'U pnfl at avy cost ot wvenwnm. The cultfe-atorfitter .Young. OJmYMi. are obliged tp spread blid S'u'' ln "Ut''r V'at TO "W "T" tolature nud,) evtravaant arKVPrlatVas,ii,,,w . ",e PWJ'Ka'J orei iviat ane issued, anfi, in noma .wtVi hla fjaiilly. dollars annually ithoit Hie f2. Ume tor tpieju. Tlionias A. Jlandi;y, route 5 llrJiaVofl. ' ureoited mnv ps:e4Ut?a offloM and nalW "A boy of eight" tald the CoilTivir aa-- Lqttlo erol $p jxwneit costs must coinn Callln. an auVvorlty on ,tfie anyu.il. c'rd'r M",i w, n,l,,y ln':,'ot (M'4r OI Il,ujr. routo 3 JiafitB salajies, w.lt'io.ut p.rovldln? fiifiin'3 for tonlgl-,t- , moVpmt i.t. "has 'Jtwt written. Also send Uio pookitrn Q'larllo il. of Vie rvniuijens. Esry once sold Unt "a mm lyJng down w..i' afl(m1' v,"n Mines. anl , owetlns Siietts odl'itlonjl Jird?.n(?. U dillair tn taMM collscVd merlins lust nwdlclno ,to a mlzzlv. oltlioiiti'i it Is n"u?8 "f 'our "qualntanitsj (who are was born on the nime day I (was Mablo O. Jlalne, ilcllcnry. bill, passed t'w iTonslain 28 and fins IniWIfYl me (o ills 4nV.isfd. tl'ia nucJj less for the nwnessarlea 'if a Thomas C, Down,V and VortvMto D. foot that 1,V wbich of itself, unless tax? am iiaJs,j'J, birtlirJay party." Keoww, IbMider.. life. af trom 800 to 1,000 pounds .weight at- - lEwary ipeirsan In the State Is Invited Hill bankrupt tA .Stajto. .'ITi3 WiWsou Go.ve.-nThe said Ww letfy-i- rPri in to WMWW wlW1 UH "' " fJme A''1'' way ough,t to hft Hojnd J. fl. Ivirt;j--, and Oma K. Maddoc. If possible, wiy ina,u or l.orse inie administration nuy have spat a l)ew to .'ilmlni.te a t 'n ntu (when a QhlldLVi hand and plerLscJ I'ni wneft'-- l . SnwlVmus. , tsnlhflc Kiftusnince to R',vl Jte.ms of expsmse. acrws." .T.Ms o'w man thousand dollars nidl;is!y during the WvClte. a'irTTtaiiy lh- - TVie offpr tit a caw from a putin In IWwrt siuUs. Urevlor, Ky., and timy T!kw is no doubt t.'iat mamy ane on Ho touu'i anjiKiIng dad or gnqtlumli Prnt,l-n,s- Algbt rldar troubles buit ailJrt frp,m ti'i.it Ittwu has bepn d,,cllnrd iy thp Cie pay jolla wjnse services tjlie gov. M. Afldlngtat. Kqu,iUly. to Indjca'e i'iiat p ilmj.i(rtlly tbo !Mts wVth your lni'jlii'w. Tiwftga buiH exEHeAdiid Just what (Wffry ot'hiir state ol ttsl" m13V JO wlw ernmiMiit does not la .rcalUy nid. Tli're biar ,w,is a Jacob Ran en and It?na DuvaU. atook. truncating boast. Tills "JV!fl administration does, and only upon are I ouK'it to acci,it pont. "I d(ld mot k 'Care M ' 'h'-"ocviviUssia .yit do poetically lias b30im,e an a,co5pted tcnJt of nafturil acaJe may Uia autttrity of th legislature. 1V' Dem- - nothing. ,Tlw?y pros-antof .value" he explalnid. 11? Lonnle hUtory before the dlspivcjy of the of-- . ro ,wlv u'9 VM,isa Wureiy lo as lo oug,ht to be abolish llalns. McHoniy. , arl Ooia QerwUc Rarity has had the lqa'slai-U(n- e !'t avoid dsingAi of n?isa,dliig d'hc pst was told of the ipr)Menw W tine fWhltu Boblriwun," Beaver Dam. polar bca. Tiera Otn aljua?a tluit cot inlUlwiM. Kentucky for lialf a In T.hoy ougft to ba cornpted. Instead of "Beir talk" wus always r.'o.nsiJlgre'l about. "All packues should Mave the House of "Pauline Wayno" iPpwIdjnt Ira C. Cox ( and Coy.'amall-liou- s. WM-(uii Uien It li?ld iti'ie tate Sgnaie. Inontasiling Taf,t'a cow. ' (fio demands of the igqwip- - "good med'clne" by ,the ndlmns. ;f najme and address of the sxvHr plainly Mate TncAvirer Itlvea fa nut fMUig any "I shall probably maJw hqr apcrualn'.-ance.- " (Clyde Jloifl-- and'uotda mArliied on ,te oitsld m?nt uppm tlw pockets of the piople a iboar bla.'kiod .tlielr paii'i, tihiey a at. Jflawija, M ee about the State 4?W. smiled .the UovArjnor. Persona iwno espic.'ally d'.tro ,to Untve tAem oMQ'it o be a season of winsj polUi&ly, jiini H,?nry. him t,velr uwpqeted should make "W''r ome wpmy, aid wuch mfiaunes t of t,hlT common brptlipirliood, pi,l4lu Walter ltenshn,w, und VtrwHe, dlam-Iftt- t, Free-TraFaliMJeatii. civil How's This. ousjit to lOv plgcon-fiolchis noblU, and imucwtSnt? (him ktadly re1"'4 ,a son as possible and we will Hairtfiwd. ) New York Tb World tor all tlmii. to It .when we can. Thera la but We offer One Hundned dollars Itei ElV--s H. Fnater, ILTifjfwd, to allow 4Vm an pansage. I and Nina yriota In parallel columnw a rf TWs, It hi said, he firnjuAtliy AW. far; one ,WCpt Jor toe H'atf?, ,md for ward tor any uase of caiturrti lliat can. L. Majidox, I IDojn. n alleged prloea of ,Mns in Irrpott (bin to not be cured'by Hall's Oataomh Cuijc. t beJng by .naiure Inofwlve, 1( . sort tfl1" i. t Taft Sails for london" and In "Tariff Nqv oil cans F. J. CHENEY ft CO., .Toledo, O. aa:w' did nat tVaturb hbr. wif no ho Wilioi Merely Thaildal. Tork," One of the pjufJcleis inntUonjod Key West, Flrt., Qoc. We, the undersigned, have tsnpwn r. would gp mr ills way. J.H. qATtMODY, 1m h2B, and Liifi tpttXB filnti for the and his party ntfHd for qolon, E.entIon Dlvlislsn. Kentucky Expeil-mr- rt 3. Cheney for the ilaat IS years, anl Prlncton. .N. J., Deceaer Some mtuiaJr)'a tionijnd rixl (bers same brand, both Am.wlqan-i.xfaae- , p."e Ranivnu. on tlie i3at(tlftlp Btaitlon, Liexlngton, Ky. Arkjatwas do iwjt "hug," .whlto oVies , oanfruid believe him perfectly hnnorale In all goodwws .tamjoisieiw Is Chrtstntw" sill P!WJldintiejettt Wilson ua his yejajclvv tCU a por Jn Loidioin and It a ixV In this aftentwoij. Jargj pirawd l'iat, wfjiytlie exc.Tptkui of ((he polar business transaction and financially Nasr York. At anjbody knows who bu the rjrealdent as he reuqhxl ,he pter bear, ,by do. It As sqrnUmWi Bjviv'yl able to, curry out aay oblbjailMs nude his home for dinner tonight attar a (hard dajJa work' In Tirjeriton. " hfrUfat aVks In bqUi iqltlcs, the prlcvs Tbp resident .tyld ,n cnofwda pv(hici that the txjar j" jL , ;vr walks "wqluiraUy on. lit has (xvcn'satd, "ft 1spvt; bVsmd by hla lrm. He 1na(tAned .to and 4'Hm shjBMtat'j-hous- e, tmt jknaatlcpJly the Hane. Tne Atnqrloan-Blad- e u,tbmi atnund hta ,nalu at Miami his Mnd legs, 4ut (ihU WALD1NO, KINNAN aVMAHVlN, stt1im(vi(t . ts to give .than ,to..ncmive,',Jburt w ) not w which stlls here at and St. Augustine. Idhat in awayai "f j'.t niakln itae trip an fbofh. Tlona Wihpkale Dr.utMUIa, Toledo, O. inconit. uoars aftflaailk m tpm lew see (hrtw tlw donar'a ha,ppView cowld Itsir sells In KnKtend at U HMUlngti, tlie call of Uif Anplcs." and dellsjn'.iJ deacondlng a ,!?, ppa Hall's Catarrh Cure'U takwi Intsrn- - wlthjcmt mlaha or deW ((lassjlteT t':o osjed tha(f tb- owpltinta ft.lt. That. - us doe as the twJ In luxuriating In tlMrir muinmsh. jiim run. teen j i ally, acting directly upon 1Ji' blood aid hmvy anow. n ujer,beAteiy to (a.saimiQ am up- - oceans. Soon afiVer intio the Caspar and Louis Woadibrldit. icsxwjiji ttfttftn of counting many wn aot to gratulated1 the tlouth mpqn nfie leJootlon raum muivuuo ui oiu,er ,t ajistem. micoud surtope of U an ohi'Ht. mkfet ofour Warttord Kwvneat4on se wvoi'Jver. Vhe otlu-- r Osjur.ea cltal of a nemaqratlc wmty and pnedtoteJ The saime sent free. Price .75 oonU per Of V Oovwnnpr, who htfft bssn fa okm onpliwi to trvilr se,it itp us U $ nloa lMnw qould by the W.ojrld are cueata at the Wilson tiqiiat for are pvobaliljr equally rrea p,rope.r!ty umdor .tie mnw Ail- - wnesjtling, lw3 tjlWy oottle. Sold by all DruaWfaltJ. JO "he .moRt ba of or the kwder. Aca,lo on 1naocuna,te,-A- m Franclquo Ohroalcto. arjavnaa mlnUtratlon. strenuous contest of this kmd. tn .whlch j QhrJutma V,,e vwy OaVpapy uWbl'J Take FaniUy Pill for civil iwwjinK'nt dn Fiuima, fm mM: huKglnM plays a cvcmlnopt Rrt. An for a aumptuoys QhrtalMui dlflrwr-wa- s the Day. "Aa I iliavu ,.U dp ,wli dlie Cbntl aepnVB4 "half JJa.lon" qftn finches deJUveved at aw hpme. , t JL ; Ti New law tlie facftlnnlnf .t I I misjNt'.pt the bout. JMara hwve ,W wish to exflrpM pur aaanaitillon On was plumln Uaelf en Rhe fa)ct ttut Uv take .the nBpoii,slbUlty dn deoidfra; Uio ajtaer, dM sad. marke to be dull avd foollaa. In tne JAu-.and ihankis to ail Wio ibaive Vm such Rhfer)bok. VN. Y., Vmvntr woIIaw tork In left ear. rto the dolful pilloftloiu aatter jwllvta my ixraur faf iT.nr I 1 n,Qsakw Coll. tatea otufcrhlt In utt a ktadly feu In our sjtn jwd'hut. T-'right. Liberal neward for fcaieraaaiUon f tha Avubllcasw not a sliyle 3ro into a nvajt,t wtih iwhioh ft ft w Jul Of or x w fox. Uu,t fi.w ptne -a. tamuy, n vtyrmm : apgea or ratunn. W. F. .WAKjELAKD. rt. W'J'I, riw,t or latliittW aWV bouse had btejj cptfwd swuOifltty." , wn'mals. except moakcjis, are w tatollU . B. B. Elista aad W,k, rfwtje, w 2lt Up amfiloyes of Adv. sd. SMvsr'Daaa. k! i. rrqriMt. . Unsolicited mnnnscrlpts will not old nddrr- - In matins the to cijl on ' Went-Ii- M le returned iw,,,n(1 niJ.t spring .rp.iKe tjlio .Taplff ,yia lIay m(.inn .,. ji.ujk. to ?tru niHn Man Coughs an Bdreaks Rib. lias - of nt uj 1 w g.-i- ut "BLB -- po.v-arilk- v. "s fr 1 roa Jit fa-u- vs orcl-ruil- s 'i,.n-sslxie- p, U)ih. 1 sle ine l.alr-oV?- d .y-- in n dlsin-cllnaU- ae krt Ve have had a successful year's ness, thank you. Ve will tell you why: You have learned there is never a thread of cotton ln anything we have told you Is ALthat our merchandise has always been even better than we told it was; .that our prices have always been lowjor the quality of our goods. Ve are happy over what we have done; we are happy over our prospects for next year. Ve can look everybody we've done business with square the eye: we have treated them right. Same methods next year. j e s.-!- biH-tn-'s- s. We cor-ri'a- e e tllr anal-i-tal- tir, CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. $r l:i.lt-qit- 's - al 5r Ina-ic- J'f pompj-in.i-tto- n p1 GIFTS ve as momi--natio- totea auli'-oM- e ht pl-'c- c .3 .t .i.-- ,''1 1" " ... McU-Miry- . va-o- s r.rw CSvi-iV- W "l s ''" j J trn J Oadd'is.-Wiulin- er J J ) mpll-knw- JnVr llk-wl- , -- tk ?-- ,ty ar - " ''"" , 1 y etpl 7, Annil. de d ', IVee-iTra- ld van-lou- "no-Tari- ff raiana. wwr "'nn '" n-A- Tt a qhrji W "or ''- tp, (,ie , pvin Tes.l-monj- al a. iht IU'r cpnstl-patin- a. at laattMd Yk.-WW.wlc.a.ante-VsjoU- Uk rfcl-natM- rr ten AKarlwUfitoii Lata. Eatrayei 24-- VIn- t Cuat &ww! ht Aat.,tiwjsa)4irfrt!iy nao,Ma ts '3U,-u.- m. Wf- - , nn;" r: rr--- r z- Ai ,,& 'tsisj' gyiv.,v? kSiAMv'. JM .. ril. -- u PARSON OPENS MARRYING OFFICE Has Office in I'nof. Atmr wn itfje Wllfy Jiwrv pf fiprie V.ii' kwhI of frln.!,i iMiuriy. Via k. 4 We Thank You. Before another issue oi this paper another year will be ushered in, so we want to express to each and all of our customers Sir. T)rlni)lo I'eji'lWtun, of IrvlmfVT. It'i Ky , h fpcri'llim n few iluy." Iwtt M ISJBBBJJJIilUIIBiM iPPBIIIIHbHsIIHHHsB"JbsHHsHsBHsHHbHHsHsIsBIsIsH City Ad- j iron's. Mr, I'ryik CI, l'TniUi, wf Ni.vi'illl. Tinn., N visiting JiAs tlxTH'' drru tor a frw iltyt. Mr. an! "ibrZ JI. . I'Va'sty ail n'ltllrwi .jvn.t it'io OVM'-n.iiIn O.wiMmi o. -- Heart of And Will j Rosenblatt's I vfl i (rHy vertise. in Kranclrco, Oal., HsWsBaVsMBiaflHBHHHIHPJMiSBMBlWHppfliifSHBMHi V BB Mr. Kilty)' NS'lllliini, vls!tl 1,1h rcfftvtj, I tiii', of Ijna'itfv, Ky.. nnd Mr?. .'. , BBJ our very hearty appreciation for J. Williams tfil wwk. i live niitlos wliloli an SntiifliriHlni; clei'sy ,Mr. CVlti IV KrriWKj an(l Wilt'lron. man Ins'tiWul In n ivv "picker twinlly: bIh (j,)rs Calvin wul Julia Helen, of lordr-vlll- f. Wianited Kov. J. JT. ll,mly, flwl'ir ara .vln'.tlnjr .roVitlxita lu'if. iCIrtMii'h, Vfl Hu;'uk.i llaptlxt Cential Mr. Jan. U. Korli ufio Is ni'.fnjdln, Stwtit, tinn 03 nid a doiwnfpnn ttStWu 'sfl Is vMlllni 2ivol at Ittlm, ' an,T'i at 11 of. el M'i)'i ncrps fiqii Vie tlou.t-l)iihis tttotpT, Stri. Uullcy IV"d. .Miirria-jco.!flniii('2i (1. Allfl' 'l1 Milaf. HylUa llajnt, imm of tfip tinflt?: siring t!iJ sorvlca of n paitor ln, It I In 4p MfH Jllftti Sf.lyy)!, i.1 l!i( to itill. l'iiono Mai tot 2111, jjuo-'l- t of Wio M&m a Joinv thin week. Convlnwd that the U'JH'.nes"! iff mucvy-tn- j; ifcp. 1V'iUo Biindirs ntwl Mr. 'Jflfns peopte unl cswln)? buuIb i one FVirtom, of IjoufavUI. i'J vtsltliw the In nilcli sucn-.- s may bj oirjfirilfrn by fqranv'n Hon, Dr. JlnrUeii.t s. ftanttar aid bu.la;s rinq!ril'r fvs lv family. alojvtsd a thrctAjld sloqam, Hip poLnis a. I)c. 22. .T.'ijs li sUfei sH Bh STANDS for more to the people and Ohio county your kind consideration in giving us your trade during 1912. Our dealings with you have been most pleasant, and we sincerely trust this feeling has deen al. mutu- Trusting that you will favor us in 1913 as in the past and wishing each of you a merry Xmas and a happy New Year, Your friends. .,ibiV UsJUrtn'Ct Kn5lUh of w!j!c,!i ia,re these: Ut,tlo Ml It pi)n to 13 qiirly m tliji Hroupi.l. 2" fp "inxi; mine Wiulnewliy, ,Ie,'-nt3- r Ihiiiyj wWi Hv. luifl iMra. K. 'A It lai-- .to a Isct a qui lucafloin, pnd i. It ipays to ailv.eit,tlr. "1 ani a I'roRircisiU," wap (t('ie way U?". Kll WiSvl-y- , ,n,tt(- - of CiM MUi-dQhnrHi at Nio Creek, ulll crfuh at Dr. lleady put It, Illicitly, iwfum oeil, tihe court ihojss Suivlay mornln'i. Bvery ye.t(0"d,ay, about Ills scfynn?. Tlvxt Br. Hwdy'" offfcis H on3 iwfils'l boly Incited, ttiWJi tt) will a'lortly ,bicoinie tiVon,ig-Mr. N.TjiUnn Il3nbViit, unaifiRrir of As (q'rrjld. He will rtpont the Jt,'oril)latt trre In across from tlo (City tHaJl Bu"J-Ing- , Ciri'Vrr,fl fU. this Jiomp In HoiweKVitllis le rlslkt at KlsJith and Marlflsit 'jr.efs. ati.1 ltqlaiy. and wll na'.um t'j liVqstue "Cupid" Munaonl iMr. (Glansnce 'Uun.xnl, ,wl lint bcfli Bureau U on tlie trr.ounid ifjloar. Imn jJn pc.Iy from a sw.sre affix l: "I'm emit itip ln,ven!ar Kf th!o fft',(nio " of typlin4 fe,er, itua a'oM to be '.il the psitjir wfitn ppl-- 1 U ho town (for a few inJjitites Wednesday. had not dliv:ov,:red ffim) f.l lnff jvw (undor rtrtncta;; of t'.'e t'13 sun. I't,of. At. C. !'i "Tih,e,iB la a :ni'm''-Hills Suhrjiol at Utwewburo, and (ano,thqr In ,P!illadelphia who Chlaiso ISevtn to Ou'emlioro jisptcirday aro making o go qf It. Aly huiti'i It npetnillni; a tew U) lieie wJWi us Ions way out, and I want (p be nvoti')r, Jlrp. Dudky lVrd. ln ffm wJierp I can be mlnrd of Dr. Ilcrttcrt S. iSandats, ,who ilias b,'n thlngiu." Wouldiho dlvorcqa Wnplnglb' pn thi'r OnfVkhl rtx UU fiooni for tjlifi iiHt fm'tral wsek, ,wa abta tio be up tofwn a a'wrt way to opurf, ray lqtilwlqs pvltli ti'e wi'illio majiy Bum of it,he clork'3 sqil atlU iHnesfi on yf!oJay aftfiimoqn. 1 frltrnJs nm glal Ift hi? itiVin oit again. their lUyjnsea, bluslvlng brtd'p and soils than was. at first expected. Tis lr Km-'.W- always best to let someone else find out. Others have and we are ready to serve you now. t Our reputation for handling: only what is good will d that we are. conducting our business on a principle that you convince you admire. Clean, Honest, Dependable Merchandise means mtst'd l IT(-- d, x n,tr dn i Ilev. T. V. Jolnir Jiscelvud a te,ltr frrwi ihLt fpn, Jtr. IJusjie Joltifir. o )i;qtst)diy sttlnis Uint, Ht)vhIJs, G, he lui siiicawtully paaseid tlw har ct- anilnaCan a. Uucna Vl,ta, (la., and Is fTqifortf licensed (i practlqa.w. 3I.r. NJ Trley, of tills oiun,tyt and Sllss Mjlrj'io WUllornp, 'if .. foi"d tfl Hprlmfpild, last Stmrday Wl ,wciip jnar.i4qJ. Jlus Williams, ,wlw Is t)he pf ilr. and Mm. A. J. WlUlaims, at Hja.ri&rd, j.!iyl (t lta.'hpart and was tAiclilng world-wear- y s will wilin lawj-jer- all b(e (Wiokfime. iThe hedise p,tont Itihe oonntp W'H dwiir Hartford Republican. FIUDAY, DBCBMdJER Dr. a. W. Crowe, of CqntqittfVvn, paid iams won,t to naaJVttr Dun SutuWiy, M?ndy- - tpok th,? iqt ,taa.ln 0r N)ont(onilH3 and The llwiblican a ptawrt syiv.1 tlifv (vwsixt dl- Mr. Byron Roan. tf Kmst HwxtQond. wa tVrp inert 3Ir. Turley pewt to iprtngf Hd and pnrpv fnarpIiaJ. 4hta otfkyi mspdaff. a aller at hsr sefxtoi clvi(d KqVMv Mls Will- Pl V I k .. iKlellx, iaf OWi, upcnt a Mr. Misses Nail Event Opera House. Mr. Time Table few days Acre this wak, H. & E. Cfiicaco; ilrs. atrirb 'ItothcJilU-aiplnekM. Jamta Park anil family. qrwAto pf ftlio Npw iVprk jMx$rcelU,an Hartford, Ky. Angieics. iVe Oxna Company, and Mr. Poulaa ,V'el)b. Mr. Kllli Katr lias He onffrrA the mlndsVy by tl5 FHi'i-eellMonday SpilcirLnfi tVs f Mr. liirry TVmlar, tlip kut,tr barJLonf) o,f tin card effective route. famri baiqu town. apppor In ocmcert at Dr. Bean's . Auf . 21M. Chlcaiso. hsulnc moved to Ills "1 belle.vp t!iX lit vpys ito adver!.-.',- ' 7:18 a. m. I 112 Norti.iBouod-.du- Opera. House In Hartford next Monlay M. Mr. J. n. llailyrljrc. Whp lwap l?n cml'JnW (to dp a lot said Dr. Wady. "I a Ugl'j tiaii.jn puiwi . - vjiwim . !...., cn ,rtifviiff-iii- h liv Tir. ,T - .11. BCflit nleht, pec;,mhr 31. . wj Luiti-of it. NfW, I am jr.:ady flor Mr. Siifilnaky Sa comUcrrH by mml:al Dr. H,dy wtia (nenly paptiqr pt tlw cttily xoti-8uiUtacritics as one at tlvu b;st coitijiltoo in I Dim town of Grlmos, Oolupa Cqunty. CU , mthe Vnuntiry. 8'ie appwed liit se,inon Nt. 116 South Bound tee 8:45 that he led tin antl-ooSir. v. w. now and uute ivwsfitor. with l)"iie "Niugfiity Man'e-UaCoinmy. and bef dally except 8uBdy. flffht In ShmaSa Cuity (w!i(U9 pittriph"! wjv doliBTitbig: Iter mudlengt Ka.Uaryn, or upJiMxnpwn, evtnj'iwliere IIS Soutti Bound &j 1:41 P m. Ml . fcjliwffcih. alt Rpclilng. ciaU,v?i at .Thp Ili'Pbllcan oiflcw Tu,)9votos and hi J to a wlUi l;r TjasnlfJcont dmlly exoept Bunder. day. trlino': ability. H. E. M1SCHKS Agt Mr. 0'SuWvUi lifi studied wlt,h tlie Andrew Glenn has acaqptcid'a po- dlr. l)'ieo greaftesf European m.xtrs-oni- rs ciar-r- lr th Dr. L. B. Dean as wall sltlon Harold aaurT .'a Sclnarwenka, ImSuU ami Oailizta. firpm Jkirlfond to Beaver Dam and bcliis pupil of Paftarowpkl) oid fie Pae'imiinn. rM.v,rn. Always Mr. Jlaislan p'tmlst. t,V wpfidirful Mr. Martn Thona, w.lvo ta conn?td O'SiuUlvan appur) d In eomynt. In Fran- e Boars th In Alawith a civil cnttlneerlns Jon and dei'miny and as soloist with tlie jSignntarcof to spend bama, pnrtird hopw this Berlin Phiilfiarnwn'c Oovr;Btra njnd t! o a tew dfi)'. lloyal Heiulmsrn Orrlrestira, belns The KecoicUiation. Sir. 4ud Aim. W. J. P,iwlciy cmd little by Jipr IUsi'hmss, Oiu Aroh(au):lics its only a dreanv- -a UnSjilnB ineniory Cadlx. Ky.. ara nplail- - Mm'e of jMec&tenfeurK-Scli.wcri'- n It In pr! san, fllpmas, of VJ..' ep, but big tfio hfUl(iys wUil t' locpKw". ifaitli-- vnffl aidlin)c)?. His (Uxdmlc Is very b'H- - from a moment of neatful tli mayl9 aame Wul wiio dnefida iE. Uarvt and napertolre (very wide. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A ML- -Ir. 1. Ttomu. left ywndoy t a llftlo ,who lipa tor nmny years Jonrew iaf deutli .mpiy O'ind In Tn)!or Mr. Wbb, LARGE LINE OF il-"'-. tilled the poalUqn of bairltwM aalo'it qolaiqj. H?en4 svrpJ da)3 wlU lipj ulstdr, lw PPUiH M.r. at ,th,9 Adps IsnMl. Is In dwmnd A yflams woman toy up B. K. ZMnmwnipn attd bnefchter, "1 fcd." Pf ea:l. wltArlnK unto r niua,l! flenUvali ,ar elvin. Ha ShotGuns Rifles, Target Guns H. V. .Taylor, of IjouisvlVle. aTKn.nlaH3ns "the qhlll of deikUi, und rtiiuddr ait tie vohlax li,iis aiuw with true M.lss Notw Weddlns. wlio V lo,ved Jer too well Quajnttatto tihruiclft." Those .wl siha9l ot IloAlne, Is specvHnit Ww OlwLit- - ta tfw KYWJVtey: H.h flipV,rlnjr 1 wis tlw rim. Ammunition, Kpw Yock Chatawqua do aw hpr die mas bjolklaors .wllih Jter jw,rertfci. nr. ni of Qhtoao. the opin wn?lov atfxndlfls emitcly at an and muaU: festival a,aoola'.tona of Mri..S. J. WwMltw. Wir. ,u.pwi the rapidly dLssoftMhw ttrta, pt loulsvlUo a.r.1 Ind,lainjiTais. Ha Voyfc)' respectfully request you by ,wUl wmte-n Wln X lttiaird tine awitVj at a wins, and ay,rivpiati'iia,t.!io timbre no. w. Kn,ieixt. of cmrrbines a fi:a of mver ic4 .largest and to call and see near ittip .tanely a .mldtensbed with dtpmltlio onrt itntorpneWJve aibjH'y n"31 " ooucCi, and 1 listen., In duinb pvur-enp- e, Am- of Shot .Guns, TivhlAH best tnip Mm as an arti'M of tlrt bcpwnn the bo h!s rank. t. &c, ever brought up qeirtftg to y amird and Vhe Klrl. Mt ? Harvard and the nunvoiwAJiW paun-tr,Anrd-."Cm- o." study of short liand and t)wwrttlng tn seldom has Ahls oppHrtiunlty t (Iwjj--t.1. .. . iaa Qh-- J -.ii.iit al1 at wtIIa Mrs. A. Kiail An 'WihJther?" Auoh artlaU and, a larr? ixudkinpfi Is oesi Ttor7. for urnM Goods In. AfW& "To a UUIp slociP." xpetieii. , Adv. spd 1 lowest. formation. Qlrl "tt is fchjs Bkep of dtp-Ui-. The prW" of tadjmlso'on 'will be V) Utile dread It." Mr. VlngU BUln. JT.. ... Bfl cliUd,rtfi unddr 15. UU senemU oti'--Iator Ang-"W1iy Mftvy Vlrlnw. Ifrft TuaHdiyv dread a Journ(eor RVi.-and "5c for wsenved ejsata. (whlcli ons fii, V"t mUtt l.i(i? .Will-tar- n 11 to.saeind.'a taw d,iys wlih 4h tornwr's ae 'on, qoV jt 'Jvniw ' Qlrl "Ttfi yMmy l ton and jthe wa' w. and Mrs. VIlwU pteln, RdBaiH, ' Drug 8toj, U dflrff. I tour tt." Jer6Mw,ntQwn, k ykildri tp H(nve, anl A6l-"D- W4 KY. Mr. epd Mm. W D. Uaivieim om,l spni. ulde our sAajMpjli9M Ood hAV aloft a s4ur (p AUsin and Dross, not ittiprlabttrrf. i'DwuwratJ Cly4, Th M' way." , I fiipih.'.'. ni (lsjltt-cWArk., at- v.lltln Mrs. ImA 0v. Six QMgqMmrni -r Hrl-"- Bu loll must I taa a1 A,lv :ii dstfbo ar urs. n afwnoit ,Thy will . WjwW'its. 11. lip Mr Mw earned j.. a Gwraan Py cal II Jhiem nuareT" love und nViVP (dfsy i anl to ofwaae any reduction flt vUKlnK V .yoi DnuxHeiB, ,wfi ' IKVtti WKks Ajl-"IVpr." J. A. Rv--tt lUipu Aove nan iwho ihave friends tn ,t,U'Ji coutvt)'. ,booU liad tUasH. And Nhesw fmW. bo town THvmiJay. tjone.bftfaro ner lings tor ponie (do tjUow qtiiera. WaH utUI too at jtihe pwi-Mr. Janws Tann,:ra--1 timlly.wi'o ' " bowi Hvlris on 1fie Bvut vim o Fordsw4U, .i S. '3aav Ur.-'I- . crata Cram Kite Botfi wnd eteeMftMp in- thpej" Olrl "Ajis, bpH I dread the cold ami Vi'tawn JliQOday- sist on the MUntton o lRnQoc(Llel tat tawn, 'iftft aiicwidjy aftwn9n for wy-nvbdftyupmiM of itit 0rtttt." Allen, of .W l:i Mil. l'vwa tVsy lnfr.nl to iBdiWtrtw' ta (Wbi 'IMr lepwunt .AjWPtiat at rauUiajt rutod Wi"Mr, ahn , i. futvvns home. We wlalt ,)Ufc'in are y. Hawtfcpd Jl(0in(toy mki8 .tlolr -m AKt fpayw. a nyUM" may. uat have wnpit mr, Ntyid' red and Iwoed MJ1 iiuaYM.ln pyAX(w. l07Mn J Bd"lIwi "tifHd- Tsetr rH Vr, ouiomiHanJity. tag in tMt ,ejm Jil.-r('fr- w" rnl tfi lailroad J3e y, at not be nvore assilous tilnam lip: rtlij WRe.-vclerk will not be nvna iwlllInK iV hjip ( young pcppile becomp un)Wed. I'll .tell you how it te," Dr. (Hpoly explained. "A pisfor, to pvoiunit t& any- ti'iling, lias got to bp appnqiqinabV!. (Now. jtna.11 my llt,Ue lotircli tt(rac(t Ji(t people, 'llher are ttyjusainds pf PtVuepvi I" aan Kranfllaco "w,ho meAr s,Up Analde o I wont to izpfU aBl X ai a elMith. ' help. i 'Don't call me a maiwlmB Ppiron. 1 m.111 ws n ...mj... ur"T"" t4t. kA t iiAt .4silivfiimv mclr1iA -tnd tin i wnajt)eT eJae I co)n. BKt jh napi the wan,t to go by is '"Phpj peopte who Iiae no phupcrt fifamis."' For ssv,enlenn )iaarn jttils hwjLll.-f- f clersyman was a ncpvtpoprir irnan fn t'n Middle W9?t, aiyl .w;ao tut ono tbn manager of a rte.wpfvpeir In ! Rosenblatt's s c,. r- niar ft .tMMMMMlt' I Hartford College January 20, 1913. New classes will be organized for those desirinc. ' rci'-dAn- L.UN. st Quaj-ietU- ;, 2 3 3 e Offers splendid opportunities to the young man or woman contemplating entering school. MIDWINTER TERM begins 5 - wo-rk.- js - n v " K. 2 High School work. Tuition FREE to all holding GUNS! GUNS! ThjKWYNbH CASTOR I A Fr NkM - WBfr wk &&& dien-t,li- . county diplomas. A strong normal class will be o gin the work at that time. . Our students have been very successful in securing certificates and are giving splendid satisfaction as teachers. If you wish to raise the grade of your certificate and fit yourself to do better work .teacher, Sn Uia TaanY.ara'1 Training Placa j.as a r...l,n. join- W ttn vr m.sijiMw .v....q viaw, Si luitlici 1U1U- a t H mation, address - ' Jf 1- jo i si H. K, BROWfi, Pros. A. E. ELLIS, V. Pres. I K-- 1 rnhp-wve- t ShellsEtc. ! t'd Niu'i-vlUe, And the T .. line munition, Hartford. tne the j., W of .lialr wpe as ImtrwrWal ap yur (wast- - nctss wone vear hpapxl nor h)a,vt9 moaner Injr flesh, and .these you mHt ,without otangiufalVt rmwned (the cord of Swopha-rca,ipUr iVm irputa onsi-- of a tlKmslit, to onimon wute. X,ota the It Is but a moniesgtB jourrwv-t- o nnuak nqurn tils cat oft atyll?" . tihls sood land, ahil (we hjastea Qlrl "But If cat)h wione not am evil nqwT" ' ,day-Aan4- i58 wt,e a-- anll dUvlp ana P" !r os "" I n, Q' ...m? uroceryman vAtlOUl" duntr, y - iw p " HARTFORD. TlwrsWWBiftlMri.' - tf Mt pr o. Ati,- hones At like a poll PV Qlrl "I long tto tie nJsne Aqw, but all aur iraAe? Why dam JU ovent (nuke ar 4tene no atorrns 4w1PlnB dlwt- oal us sod?" a of dmi ihat wje wuat oqaas?" you 'open iell J6 way Anacl "Now fiW4,4 roH'nar ltV-nln- K' Aret-"-No to Mlvc tlys xayn'wy, .We-n- tlwie n' ttaeh flar .wind's nwd shfrlfk has. wliouw iliorwrs wUur afi, and no ilioll ever Jbpotaen' upon itht, rw to dtatuib-- . htape und attr Cv Vxve and- its anad caim. Ood oli-ajat' ,eaar nosie1 wqud dread t a sMr vutdtec a- die. Dtaah Is Rnly to the dam!." i t,he bpqqni of bhajt ma ftp fnOtrtV-ouOlri-'Tlhll I not dlol" , , .qqunr. SliaU ,we rasosad?" AnJ-"'Mort- jal nen niay coU It djcu4h. TJve ruiwer wax atqmle, a cuiieirlnir2. amd, ttnaw, fr(ut It, but. t (Is life ctomol Vmovfywi'. 'm rtihye Voue,'v"aiB(dI again I no!p,Quanutie. hcand 4hie aiwtle U tha:aaJ.counw.lPon at a wilnff. opp 1Vif' tleVte J. iH, iTHpaCAS. all iiunUow at the Jiut, at evry lanJ (NorrBfvs, Ky. anl tfne, 4o revjd, as cJuHir-n- , In Jthe i i A Uea Molnea man had an attaot ot- rlchws at a kta wJne cndVeiti wwlth' 111 ihe vry and teUjndfess muscular nheutncUlam Jn hla hou)di. aare fit time iU uNnlr.'3d with Its was." t MoU A friend advWd Ivlm lp Ohrl "OJ. Is It &?' Sorbigs. lldat nwanjt an expense 4tfl&-a- r Atural-"iwone Chan , UJias. I.t li moi. ile om1A Oar ra .(jutokr .aadr a wjr dasnMoay oi kiBsja iwt,h floyil ln qbeapsr way to cup It and found K ta qebea Icwtetad crowns. MP tti 4ey Thru drMd ,IWat ,we tuinls are at Ulr Uvered Ctaamterla)'s) 'UnlnesU. tWn wi'ty s . dtlwi KW )utr olk ilje r . iJi Ay. flh lalwid. "lBto dwJ ' aalam ,tth mw after iltt.tlnt awllctWn qf this nvnt he was 'well, ilar rwle-vbOealeiM. ' Unl- all N wlVffld. .'Ir ho itteBf of si- - .1 'V -,- - - -- - er - -- " -- -r. -. ,-.J :i. Jl- - r'W ? IndusjyEMfcSa AND KaiP WSJtlA I ! SKYSCRAPER STYLES OF 1912' GOOD AND BAD ATHLETICS HAVE YOUR SUITS ' i Prospect Bright That Lofty Structures Will Harmonize With Each Other, Says Architect. "Impressive as the cliffs of Toledo," is the phrase used by a prominent architect In describing how Michigan nvenue, In Chicago, would appear if its skyscrapers were designed as largo scale compositions of lino and mass, without recourse to the conventional styles, each building harmonizing with Its neighbor, An article In the Popular Mechanics states that a new school of architects, believers In this style of design, Is now coming to the front in smaller buildings, and it is only a question of time when these architects will Invade tho skyscraper field. In the meantime architectural details and ornaments aro classic, Romanesque, gothlc or renaissance, according to the preference of the architect or owner and a city street is a jumble of all these styles. Dut, broadly speaking, certain principles are coming to be recognized and the buildings being erected this year show a decided advance in the adoption of those principles by architects generally. When the construction of skyscrapers first began architects were at a loss to deviBe a style of treatment suited to what was called "a building Bruce Price, a New set on end York architect, conceived the idea of designing such a building in a way analogous to a column that is as shaft and capital. This treatment is now generally followed. The base la usually three stories in height, with strong horizontal lines, and serves to break the vertical effect of the middle or shaft section. The capital or architectural attic serves the same purpose at the top of the bujldlng. In the middle section the vertical lines are accentuated. In this way the building forms a complete composition, having a beginning, a middle and end. . i.!-' OPEN Authority Gives a List of Those Which She Advises Girls to Give Up or Avoid. Miss Elizabeth Burchennl, Inspector of nthlctlcs for the board of education J of New York city, who recently tnnde a study of athletics for girls, with the object of determining what kind of athletics are really helpful to girls, and what kind harmfuj, has Inter-leve- d forty women, all graduates of physical training schools and nil of j whom have had either practical expe- I rience In nthlctlcs or else oportunltlcs of observation. As a result of their statements and of her own experience she has listed as condemned athletics for mature girls the broad Jump, the high Jump in competition and pole suiting, and as doubtful for the mat-tur- e girl the high Jump, running moro than 100 yards in competition and weight throwing. For tho immature girl the condemned nthlctlcs nrc running more than 100 yards, polo vaulting and weight throwing, and the doubtful athletics are basket ball and field hockey. Tho Bafe athletics for mature girls include, according to Miss Borchenal's Investigation, archery, ball throwing, basket ball (women's rules), climbing, coasting, dancing, field hockey, golf, horseback riding, cross and side saddle, Indoor baseball which Is played in the open air, low hurdles not in competition; skating, skiing, snowshoelng, swimming, tennis and walking. As especially beneficial for tho mature girl Miss Murcnenal lists climbing, dancing, jumping, in moderation; running, in moderation, and not in competition; skating, swimming and walking. NOT MUCH REAL DIFFERENCE Mr. Tobe Snagg Discourses Pleasantly on Subject of City and Village , Society Gossip. , Directory Oila Counts Circuit Court-- T. r. Illrkhcnd. JiMr: Ben D. Illnuo. Attorney; W. t Mldklff. s, 'Jailer: K. a. Ilnrrs-Clerk; K. U. Ko-- I llx, Master Coinmloloner; 11. T. Colllnx, Trustee Jury Tumi; T. IL. ltlaclc. Sheriff, Ilmtfonl. LK'initlcK-- t. o. Kuiwii, Hoaxer Dmii; CI. 1. Jonm, Kouto B, Unit ford; V. 1'. liirp, idislnc. Couit mid con flvt Moiulny Ju Umius thn wttUs; tliliU .Monday In AMt, .two weeks; tlilid .Monday in October I two Week. County Court.--11. WcddliiB. Jiidffo; iW. S. Tin-leClerk. C, K. Smith, At- i miney, iiunioru. ioui i convenes Hist Moiulny In each month. Quarterly Quurterly Coiirt-H- cln on the fourth llomluy In February, Jly, iAugu-- 1 and November. Court of first Tues- Jay In Juiiumy and Ilrst Tucmluy In October, Other County Offlcerr-- C. S. MoWey, .Surveyor, KortlsUlle, Ky., It. !'. D. No. 2; llcrnurd Vellx .ABsinsor, Hartford, Ky It. K. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, SupiTlnlimlent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Ulley, Coroner, HuitforJ. JUSTICES' COUItTS. imiii-jci- ie H. y. I I Claims-Convenes I n DTieair.oiYiii.: Cleaned MEC rcsNies HANDY IN SHARPENING TOOLS Ef- i Pressed Otto C. Martin Attorney Will practlco h!ti at Law KY. n Grooves and Bevelt Arranged for fective Work on Sclttors and . Other Like Implement!. Repairing and Dyc-- , ing neatly clone. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and delivered. Club Repaired. Work called for and HAtnTOllD, jrof-alo- In this and jidjainlug counties. Commercial and (;pmiiIii.iI 1'mctlco a Specialty. j " For the sharpenlns of scissors, knives or any kind of tools a New flfork man has designed the Implement een in the Illustration. This con-fisof a body of somo sharpening jinaterial, with grooves around it and slot in one end. The other end terminates in a beveled portion with a beveled head. Between the bead and the body is a deep groove, which makes it particularly effective in the sharpening of scissors, as both blades of the scissors jtScll Qm'4.U GS 66 O III I L II Attorneys at Law IT O HARTFORD, KY. MRans. V. 11. Uarww mid C. E. Snil i atmounco that thy) have ifonn- n IMrUmri.illp tiho gmwnil ixntc-tf- e of law, cr&nt cniinliisil nml dlvor oiaa, Mr, smith bains County Aittor-tA- y a pixiTOiitotl fruui pr.wticlns auch cms. Mr. UtiriKB will Individually Offices la aoeilt Buch practifM, Hartford lttpubl!cnn building, Hartford, ts month. rate $1.00 per Glilt, fr Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. I1LDO., HARTFORD, KY. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. &J. F.GILLESPIE I I Proprietors 6 e LUTHING lnay ft. fe'aVr J. NEY FOSTER &?&,."" . In December. M. C. Cook. 1I..tifr...v I'...- 2nd Monday I, B. 3. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in Jlureh, TuemJuy after 3rd .Monday In Juim. Tiw.,iuv ,. n.r 3rd i'oiHluy In September, Tuesday u.U"r 3rd lloniluy In December. YANCYL.MOSLEY, .l:' 1Soott' Cromwell. WedneOny uftor 3rd Monday In ilaich, WedlUaduy utter 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday utter 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after Jrd Monday In December. i HARTFORD, - KT. John II. Miles, J(ockort, Krlilay aftet ..rd Monday in .March. Friday Wilt practice hta profexalon in all th r utif 3rd Monday In June, counllca, '" SoJ'tcmbcr, after 3rd and In the Court of Appeals. Muy In December. Friday irfter 3rd Courts of Ohio and adjolnlnc Also NoSuturday tary Public. Office over First National V ,Ju.ck,,on' Centertown, fiiC5, irUMo?Jay. MmcIi. Saturday r Hank. JuUt- - Saturday irter i1"d.uy Jn .ir ?"xiay ,"' September. Saturday Nnilay " K. Attorney at Law fi r AND REPAIR WORK WedSaS AS.ViS's.NA'lM. n "AubuV,'' Monday Wedncday af,cr ocr. 2nd Monday In Novum Monday Thouuia Sunders, WedVJ',0 M,W ! Olaton ncsday urcn, Notary Public HARTFORD. KY. Ohio County 2.,?irnM,t.r.0l,a'' Fo"lai.. -" Tuesday ofUr M 7' Mn be ground at the same time. This New Tool Shsrpensr. i ?0 WRAPPERS EASILY V Jtool can be used by hand or can be Paper Cover With Two Rows of Per'Tigged up with a treadle such as forations Makes Simple Method scissors grinders use and and 8aves Magazines. rapidly by foot power. Natui-allthis is a much more effective There is scarcely one of us who 'aethod. The flat top of the head land other portions of the implement has not torn a magazine in removing the wrapper if the publication comes also be used for sharpening. rolled. And those of us who have not torn the magazine have worked long J INCREASE STRENGTH OF BOAT and patiently to get the wrapper off without damage. Often an end of the 'Vessel Recently Constructed In Eng wrapped Is Inserted between the land on Which Is What Is Called leaves of the periodical it contains Corrugated System. and that makes it still harder to remove without tearing the latter. But Aa ft means of Increasing the here Is a simple method of making a strength of a vessel without wrapper that can be taken off in a ay corresponding Increase In the irelght, a. vessel has been recently mutructed in England on which Is tiled the corrugated system, and the reeults of the innovation aa noted in ftetual experience have been very satisfactory. Along the entire length of tae vessel there are two corrugations Ja tae lower part of the hull and are atlrely out of sight when the vessel is loaded and their efficacy in impart-taIncreased stiffness to the hull are jMt to be questioned. The stress on tae material is reduced at both keel and gunwale. The construction of the fides of the ship with these corruga tions Is rather an addition than a vital alteration of the main structural system, and it can be supplied to any type of steamship. The builders claim taat the extra cost is slight; and the J dead weight carrying capacity is in creased from three to four per cent. The coal bill Is reduced from 12 to 16 per cent for the same speed; or, If the coal consumption is maintained Wrappers Open Easily. aa before, the speed of the ship with 'the extra dead weight is increased second and without any damage. Near from 0.25 to 0.5 knot, according to the gummed end of the wrapper, which is the outside end, two rows of the size and class of the ship. perforations, about half an Inch apart, are run across the paper. This HEATS INTERIOR OF BARREL does not weaken the wrapper and all that need be done to open It is to pull 'Manhattan Inventor Has Arranged out the strip, when It falls apart. Any Structure for Use Inside of Keg one can make such a wrapper with ' Also Melts Resin. the aid of a pattern cutter equipped with a perforating wheel. The Scientific American in describ tag an Invention of H. Dronla of N. Y says; . arid The object of .this Invention Is tc .provide a structure In which a flame may be used interiorly of the keg fot 'heating the same. A further object 'M to provide a housing designed to be maintained substantially full of wa One coat of varnish is ample to tar. from which projects a heating de- protect Iron. British Columbia produces 98 per cent of Canada's lead. Automobile tires have been made of paper by a French Inventor. One-flftof the cement mills to the United States are In Pennsylvania. Tha atJMtl Anterinor Intn tha tnafin. facture of aatomoblle wheels during last year amounted to 16,000 tons in this country alone. A Texas man has Invented a very simple but useful tool, that will twist tightly together two or more wires, when drawn over them. Germany Is second In exports of arret Heater. iron and steel, with a total of Ties arranged to extend through the In addition to which exports sHiaghole of a keg or barrel so that of agricultural machinery aggregated waea the resin or pitch In the keg $9,000,000. r barrel has beea melted the same A New York engineer has Invented will pass out the bungbole Into the aa apparatus for distilling In a vacreceptacle or reservoir and will t uum, for separating such volatile metkilled by the water so as to quickly als as arsenic and antimony frost otheagulate or solidify. A perspective ers without oxidation. lew Is herewith given of the Inven-4UIn many establishments nuking use showing a keg In position. of mechanical ventilation plants a proportion of ozone enters tato the purified air and greatly stimulates the Mask for Miners. For the protection of persons work-'sta- activities of the employes. The famous pontoon bridge at Colla compressed air a Colorado man has invented a face mask so connected ogne, which has been one of the at with a water reservoir that any dan- traction of the city for sightseers, la gerous increase la the air pressure about to give way, to a modern steel d capac- Jarsss him by squirting water in his structure of perl-ijsateti- c y, longi-ItBdln- ""if! ' g "I fall to observe any great difference," remarked Mr. Tobe Snagg, "between the 'Gossip of Society' notes in the city papers and tho 'Purely Personal' items in the Goshkononk Gazette. Of course, them rich people have longer names and travel farther than us humble Goshkononglans, but, after all, when I read that Mr. and Mrs. Theoand bald Postlethwalt Golden-Gawb- s their son, T. Llvermore Golden-Gawbhave returned from motoring on the continent, while their daughter, Lorda will remain in Watt Golden-GawbItaly, sketching the old masters, I can't see that intrinsically it differs much from the simple statements in the Gazette that Miss Gladys Ftumd Sun- dayed at Whlllerville with Apra Hen-- ' sion and Ralph Slictr. our popular Dar-beMoudayed In Hunkayunk, and Dab Socker Tuesdayed in Turgidtown at the home of his widowed sister whose husband suicided two months ago after arsoning the lumber yard. All the parties concerned probably did all the gadding they could afford, and in any case not a soul In the llvin' world beyond the persons mentioned was In the slightest degree Interested in the recital." r, gaSS Horseshoeing a Specialty. i In November. 3Sy Uer a,ter 2uU Matters Given Prompt Attention. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. All -- Monday1! ?far1e'11Ph,l1.Jay 2n V SatflAvSS.rrt,toy HAnTFOUD "" Mon' rul i.'M POLICE COURT. JuJko; John U. Wilson aw kill, cough gf OLDS CURE the LUNGS Hartford, - Ky. " 7."Ior-- J. 11. Curiiii v. "' Dr. King's New Discovery m FAR s wis QUCH8 RGUQIOUS SEUVICE8. ALL THROAT Bottle Fret ANDLUNQTMUtlES. U ??.? I m iiuunaiiTMithM, l nuHMtllMri.TipimuaiuaMa,ilNMTtris-fttasMlKf"rt.- f SEEDS SPECIAL OFFER rtUUim04 !. MKKNTSSKM SUCCESS E- - Church ces and evening every first ami day In each month. Sunday b? South-Servi- Q VAXANTXXD Sn" Sun" OK XOVXT BXVUWSED. BAXISFAOXOXXf A trill Will K.w. mica too our pvibuimdi easterner. DflTff CAllM-tlAt- l BMkk.1?mrtles:UVl J,?rnnnKmUn,,,. evcnln- - sSnda'y "aciSa sclimrt 9..0 u. in. Elder W. 1J. Write tortmyt Mention thin Paper. BtoeerwpUftA4 oc i Wrteht ft. 4 rc(T tk! TsUtskOW wiin my ( miMcuaa BVmm all ttxwl tfw Hmi tKKn ol BmA, runu. tc tili MMWWWWW SEND 10 CENTS pttl( lectric Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. pf irwr Searching for Hidden Will. The lomantlc story of a hidden will Is arouelng keen Interest In the neighe borhood of Bradley Fold, a little three miles from Bolton, Lancashire, England. Search for the missing document is being made by a London. woman from Gunnersbury, She believes that it she succeeds in her quest, she will become entitled to a valuable estate. The search was prompted originally by statements made by a medium at a spiritualistic seancu. The will is supposed to be concealed in a wall sunk In a shed which has been bricked up for many years. It formed a cellar to an old house. The London searcher's ancestor, John Bradley, who murried his housekeeper, was known to possess great w ealth. No will could bo found after bis death. vil-lag- k.W.WH,'wcK&o,B1.ffi. LriMai SECnET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodye No. m. K A A n meeta first and third Monday l,t in "'n,h-PweMltr.Vf.JL U P Ct im!5y"lon" c'""'t'r No, 118. It.. A. M ..!'. riorv n.ir.i u n itters WleySSF-- -Hartford Chapter No. i?Vi- 81. O. E S it is the best medicine ever seU over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEYiLIVERAND STOMACH TR0U8LK 1 NEW NOT THE SEWING piiVV8 lther AnJerson. ,ltr Secretary. Lo,,Ke V. M. N.'"0, Knishta'of " 7 Miss r MACHINE OF QUALITY. of It. & S. ' "' T. M.. niBht . 11 Gllksplj., Coiiiuiaiidur: 1, P. ' I'oreman. Iteoord Keejwr. bunshlne Illvo No. C, L O T M .No- - mI,r."S..?cJ,.t. "' ur "cr.iv. ...IC.O. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask t SOLD UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME: JIO-M- tteSoWeVr""seoTd8 ,N..t..P-:P- Me,"0,,, ba...".Pnjer lied -,u ,our"' Wednta- - BUCK-CAUGHduv Sn.'h. .,'" T1',,:-."l?"i.- KIIIn of l'u,W"cf li:Jxur . A"'. r, meets tor one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine .li .,'". T Man-'hatta- INDUSTRIAL iCHANlCAL &NOTJES - h Hopeless Predicament. Mrs. Pethlck Lawrence, the English suffragist, said at a farewell dinner in New York last month: "The nntls who protest against the vote on the score of woman's weakness have been thrown Into a terrible predicament by Professor Dantana positive proof that girl babies are stronger than boy babies. "Their predicament is hopeless. It Is embarrassing as the predicament of a lady who, about to be fitted for a pair of new boots In a boot shop, flushed, bit her lip, and said to her self: '"Oh, dear, which boot shall I try on? There's a hole In my stocking, and I can't remember whether it'a the left toe or the right!'" Frenchman's Song Collection. No French president can during bit tenure of office escape being "blague" ragged, we might translate it sometimes rather ferociously. Of this ragging M. Fallleres has certainly had his full share. It appears that he takes It all in the best spirit. He has even collected all the songs that have been written about him, and in the evening after dinner he sometimes asks one of his Intimate friends to sing selections from the fat volume they make. Ha is said to derive a good deal of quiet amusement from a study of the facet of his orderly officers when the song Is more than usually personal and out spoken. Making Potatoes Attractive. Colorado potatoes are sold at fancy fruit prices In New York. The plebeian tuber Is hand cleaned, wrapped la tissue paper singly aid finds a aurksl at five cents a pound. m1in,?ill?LC""9L.. 9- WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. . No. SB ' " Jourtn '...Saturday iryou purchase, tho NKW you will inMit Co,""Jl tromniaii. 'p'T-'"to"": Xrh. W. C. havo a life asset at tho price you pay, aud will Wallace? not have on endless chain of repairs. l'reatoii Morton I'ost No. 4 G A R holds regular uieellnes oVMlllsM0,?",ay ln.eMh "wn&. XSU Quality J. M. Itotrers, Considered Woodmen of the HXufcllX0 SEY' ta,2 n ! Liver Medicine i kuthc UM Tbe New Home Sewing Machine Cheapen io the end to buy. If you want a sewing machine, write for oar latest catalogue before you purchase. Co, Orags, Mass. Sunshine Illvo No. 42, U O. T. M.. ovciy flnt and tdi'lfld Prtday nlffli in each mouth. 3Ir. At,tyo GriffJa, L.a,dy Commander; Mia. II. E. Mlsolik'. Iuly Record Keoper. Hough Ulver rodge No. 110, Ifnachts of Pyittdas, meets every Tuwyjvjijlit. nKHl B. L. arcndVonfaer' every livaiiiil Gu nml Other medicln?;. It I hrttrr ihm others, or it would not be the favorite liver ppwder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN Fa The recutation of this nM. tilla ble medicine, for constipation, in- uigcsuon anu uvcr trouDle, 13 firmly established. It docs not Ladies! STe Mwey aid Keep m Style by ResJwg McCall't 0, not needA. 8. ei B. Want an active man In this locality. To introduce us to your friends. We pay cash benefits when sick. Injured, larsest National Officers: and at death, for smallest cost. Prssident M. F. Kv ' Vice President. and offer to flrt applicant from this place. Write quick for d.aY.riTnrd!MUr'r-- sparticulars. State Officers: S3S. Covington. Ky. THE JU- - JJ oman, Carroll county, Pres. HenUer,on county Vice PrealJent time-Experi- 950.00 TO 9100.00 For your spare ed. A MONTH or it. & Tanr. s. C. C, J. HhyJK. : Maguiae MKAILS ant! UsiagMcCall Patient : MAGAIIHI "i i McCtU'sXsfstlaenlH lielii you clrfM tjr (iilr at a modcrjlo o.tperro lij keeping Cash-Bon- M.SdV' von posted oil ttio. hUH fihlilons In cliillies slid bui. W' eT Ka'Ulon liestccs In rcili I'nic, Also 011 .:" Triu' lloberUon' McLean county, Warren county, State " "" I AM PREPARED ora-anl- a To do any kind of Veterina- Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Wax-fecounty; C. M. Barnett. Ohio eoun- Uoaa, I: ?fy. I'ard'n county, and J. Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: H. U Stevens, Prea.. Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. 8ec. Hartford. Ky. D. Ford, Treaa., Hartford. Ky. """"" t n a jctr Ineludina:', 11 freo pmtern. ,fuli' utile today or tend1 fur fico uwjilo com. McC!l Plicr will cnalilo run tnmnknln ymir oiyiijioinp. wiiliyoif(on hsnil. I'li.ililn.Mur yoiiculf and iliililr"ii nlilcli will Lapnrlrct In fctylo sail fit. rili muo lilxher tlial lb ccuti yeud fi.r fri'U rauorn ChuIokuo. ( Wt Will Cns Yaa fist Frtusli fur ceitiiiie rub' ierlplionisiiioiissuiirfrk-nd- . H't.dfurfice I'remlum CnliiloKtiu and t'aU I'riib oner. THE HcCAU CwKTAlir. 239 Is 249 Wt4 JIis St. fSM YsK tie taliialila iiifonmlion nil homo and liralU'lB. Oulr per-iiu- g ry work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. We He H RILEY Veterinary Surgeon rrtlcid) 3. COUNTT BOARD OF EDUCATION. HftltFV T.a1 rhsslmiak i, Harlia-dJC- rL L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford. 1 a. 4. Efc 5JU5ill BOOKKEEPING greatly-Increase- i. Richard Pluaoer, Taylor klsM.Xr. M. 8. Patterson. OlatonTxZ B. U Alford. Whita Run. T. Its Pi rttet sad aaklBi 70lSrjLlKi!fiJSJ!l!!!S!SSl. TELEGRAPHY slznnFi LMtHUfK wzmitevMsmriJSwi -- vy-ygyJ? r V- 4:j - ar,JTi " JSSiiSifEMS-- J5v:s 4 HOW THE SCHOOL FOLLY OF PREACHING CASTORIA RALLY WILL HELP Awakens New TO THE Why WORLDLY-WIS- E f V llPl ANccselnMcncpaiailoirlu. For Infants and Children. Should God's Ministers Enthusiasm In The Kind You Have Preach While Earthly Rulers Command? the Children's Condition. IT MAKES THEM ALL THINK. Always Bought Bears the Signature I (c3M ixftJJbj & toihiSJiJcnidammlfc "llicSioaKichsandDu.ltf 7MT:;i'r-- - in hi -- T IVoiaolcsDigpsllonflttJa. r0 ll" 'y ' , iicss;uuli!osi.CoilaLiicr Oimim.Mtirphincnor.UJil. IOT NARCOTIC. i rt J&ttfftF. : I I ' W In a '( 0 Q Htr.itS.-- IJUim.tiit rJ- si?u 0 Itm&mittoin I J trZ J3J-- U Anufer : Rrmeilv forCorslln! j Ai Use For Over nessoiiJLossorSllL.', FacSimib Signature I ion . Sour Slonvicli.DUr.Jc: Wornutt)irvulsious.rr t INI , ' MavvnMiivniiVfiH NEW YORK. ' Thirty Years . SJSUnu Exact Copy of Wrapper, I UK In Mt thcccw a ac to err ' mmSSSmBSm POSITIONS GUARANTEED position If GUARANTEE need WE willtw real soon. Weyou a many more you at once to supply tbe enormoii demand fbr our graduates. As soon as we get th 'required nutnberofatudents this offer will be wlthdawn. 80 write at onca for particulars. BUSINESS COLLEGE OXO. SV. SCRKTARTZ ralKOirAL. IJfOOHrOBATBD TABLtniIEO 14 IXl7ISVIt.tR. KY. flueVbre' "Full ot Lite" Korthern Grows) feiHgrred Seeds bxyt a reputation of sSynrsc SEEDS - stbnt the tint. Earliest RetuRce ucccsilul seed growing behind tbecv. Seasonable Specialties.- It(us U $J 50 BuAtl Extra Karly Duuiri Nsw Strlnetrss Green Pod . il.TO Buihtl Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax ft 50 BuJirl Dals New White Wax . . Sa.rs Buihel Curries Kast I'roof Wax . fijoBiuhcl BBAN8 Red Valentine . . ijij l.Jk.H An.nne sending a skat eh and description nay qulcltlr Mcerlaln our opinion free whether on luitcnllon la probRblr patantabia, vvDtniumrn. Ions strictly ronndentUl. HAWrsOM fatenta sont rrea. Oldest sency for Mcurlngjwte recelTij I'ntcnu taken throuih Munn A lvetvit nattc. without cbsna. la the OVER S YEARS' EXPERIENCE Tradc Marks Demons Copyrights Ac. i New Early Gradus . . . . J$ jo Bushel Horstord's Market Garden . Ij.50 Buthel I $j.o Buihel Buckbec's Lightning Express a full Lattuc. Radish, Tomato andtrowing line of prices. Seeds, i'lants and Hulbs at lowest rnii lor complete catalogue or aunmu a ii 01 your requirements and will quote price. Buy direct Irom the erower Sase Money. Write today. Mention this paper. Extra Eirlv Alaika PEAS. . . itu Bushel Scientific Amcricaii, A handsimel lllnstratad weekly. Jjirsest or. rulatttin of any selenlllro Journal. 'J'ernis, a a year . four months, 1L Doidbyall nawsdealnra. --'MUNN Co Hew York Branch OBce. 6S6 Y BU Waahtncton. D. C H. W. BUCKBEE 136 . feci bee St., lertford Sera Fms. 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NEW YOR MeCAIX PATTERNS Sstvatnth Satretest. WASHINOTON, O. O. rorfraaOald RrrcniNClS. to rstegts writ ' IIN.7JIJH(3 WCUK'8 MUM t f BULBS' SIKCEEB. 1 money ret unded. t r.iiuaissokatotnkiba. ' r ts, MlUPa, ILailU JUUTWC urMUia. rwsw uit. I ,IU. UU,rdak bU.adllu, Miub, I IW, InlltnlMU, llllill Nil, IWnS Mia, Twtqurf I r roSPECIAL OFFER' rMrf tstiwlM Maw BnalasH. permanent ous. trial Hsttsf rtamer.will maka you aukraateed orroux 1 artioa a ' I Mill r, UjiTiBr, OlA 11 TulIM, !'" RSeOS, s4 Truck, . bat SS &U BjMUIU. rutfJsPJtfpS'JafagSg' to aJTleu, how eopjrngBUL I sasa1sBaasaHsaaaeiaSWaaw WrH to-a-av Mtmtloa era, sj ALL counTHiaa. limt. JltulaiSM Arret tilth H'atilftea moitry anJcflr tk Pilwt d InfthewiMt Pnctlet bclutlnl. Writ or com to us at U Bklh (trass, atax TiMm Itaass ratat QSm, faint. taut I U MTSf fist K MUsc tsoal't tnla TtluUs SsllMtt H HID) yaaws, mwi w wi m awes oMt I UMSUntl pais, iva sas swsi aaiaa. 1 MHNU 1MUBS aajtatlSB ff SeW 31 LiEinrH lt V rtSSW, HnfUt tkttPtatr I "", J i I nsiisss, tsssstsnu MHMM 1 Xa 0sWaMsBnUOl M wll wnaasw hw w aaw I (IISS win wsusay awa, a fsaajaja wimani UMSM a aauai bjsbw bs ft SI Mat ajaanas aa m. lRsH Hlla . UnMIU ( lius mm WAStlWBTOW. S. B. NMM Boosross, nx. - . in . (gfe ' fur 7eArzrfA tyNpsUAuV- - varSt$Lwd aal.BIHaBtsP.B Preaching Thus Serves the Divine Pur. poe During This Age In tho Coming Age of Messiah's Kingdom It At an Old Farmer Said, "I Believe This Will Be Different The Law Shall Go It the Mott Important Lot of Young Forth and Tran3gretsors Shall Re ! Stock That's Ever Been Exhibited." ceivo Corrective Punishments, Did the Invettment Pay? Pa., Lancaster, A little over n year nsr n man who Dec. 22. Pastor saw possibilities In the pleasures Itiisvell spoke here mid oiitlitHlnsm of ehilil life decided today. Ills text for to Invest some money. He had seen the occasion was: much o. the world, but determined to "It ple.ised God by try his experiment In his old boyhood the foolishness of preaching to save homo county of Bullitt. He offered the them that believe. county school olllclalV the dividends I Corinthians I. from n thousand dollar ,. nnd X. bond, 21. Pastor Uitescll to be Hied as they saw lit. These of said that there Is a fklnls decided upon nn all day rally wide difference be- LPASTOR. RU5SEIL) t w e e n foolish preaching and "the foolishness of preaching." in the Church, the Gospel has the right of way. If some claim that people no longer attend Divine service, there are three reasons why they will not. (li During the Dark Ages the Church lost the (jopel. and few Christians have recovered it. Uospel slgulHes good titlinijH, a mcKiagc of joy; but the message Immled down from the Dark Ages has been bad tidings of great mlstry for nearly all mankind. No wonder the majority reject this horrible presentation of the creeds. Mankind have trials enough in the present life, nnd need encouragement to hope for better tblugs hereafter. (2i Responding to the growth of inA SADDLE IIOKSB KMTUT. telligence, ministers have ceased to and picnic, with many nnd varied con- preach ctrrtial misery for nil but the tests, so that every child In tbe county "very elect." Nearly all ministers lost might compete. in the theological seminaries their During the mos perfect Oc;tolier faith In tbe Bible as tbe inspired Word weather Shepherdsvllle had bcr nrat of Uod. and accepted the findings or school rally. Early that mornltis tbe unbelief Higher Criticism. So they children began to pour Into town by preach those things which they ought rail. In buggies and surreys. In big not to preach, and leave unpreached farm wagons and on wide spread bay those things which they ought to frames, on horseback and muleback, preach, now can such ministers avoid and their friends and relatives came "foolish preaching?" too. By 10 o'clock, the time set for the (3) Having undermined faith In the parade, the town wns alive witb boys Bible, these ministers mix their higher girls. Tbe staid farmers that critical, evolutionary views wltb diand braced the courthouse fence wore long luted morality, nnd serve this Instead badges hanging from tbe lapels of of the Uospel. Whoever thinks such their coats, badges that read "Tltns-TEE- " preaching will convert from sin and or "FRIEND OP THE unbelief to faith in God Is deceived. SCHOOLS." No one seemed Inclined Tbe Gospel of Christ is glad tidings. to talk about crops m politics. to bring mankind Into harWith a full brass band from Louis- Jesus died God. Nothing Is mony with said about ville beading the column, 700 young- nn eternity of torture .nt tbe hands of sters marched, danced and pranced demons nothing to discredit through the did town. It was a parade Wisdom. Justice. Love and Power of exquisite beauty because of the Joy the God. it acknowledges that manthat beamed and sparkled In childish of are under a Just penalty death, kind faces: it was a parade of grave Imporglorious hope tance because of the future citizenship but sets before them a of a coming time when tbe curse of that was there. Tbe long line wits will be removed. According to broken here and there by n gayly be- death Scriptures, u New Day Is dawndecked wagon overflowing with smil- the ing a glorious prospect for all desiring ing, giggling, rosy faced girls and boys. to come Into harmony with God, tint The contests at tbe fair grounds were upon wilful sinners. begun as soon as the parade disbanded. stripes Gospel includes tbe MesThe These contests were divided into eight sage True that during this Age God Is sections, so that children of about the n Church, to be Joint-heir- s with same age might enter. There were our Lord In tbe honorable work of spelling matchVs, arithmetic matches, blessing nil the families of tbe earth. story telling matches. In progress alposition Is most continuously. There were potato Tbe number wbo attain this It Is the a Little Flock, to whom races, foot races, three legged races, Father', good pleasure to give tbe Kinghorse races, hitching up races, races for dom. ' ,,; Logical? each and every one. Now and then the Is Gotpel Preaching program would be Interrupted by a Pastor Russell said tbat St. Paul re marching column with Its cheer leader. The column would yell Itself hoarse fers to preaching the Gospel ns "fooland retire amid tbe applause of the ishness." not In bjs own estimation, Tbat but In that of the worldly-wisa man of Jesus' ability should go about wih a few disciples, performing some miracles and Inviting chiefly tbe poor to follow Htm, seems foolish to tho world. They ask. Why did He not make friends with Scribes. Pharisees und Doctors of tbe Law, whose Influence with the people would have counted? In reply, he asked. If our Lord bad dono thus, who would have cruel tied Him? How would God's Plan have been carried out? It is well for the aaB lVaaaaK world thnt Jesus did not follow the acvjUOOSVaaaBaSxaaaBxaaBll ,''' W, suggestions of worldly wisdom. Truly, tho Wisdom of God is foolishness with the world, even as worldly wisdom is foolishness with God, From the world's standpoint, it seems foolish for Uod to invite any to serve God to enHim for an treat where He could compel obediEarthly kings enforce their ence. commands: in fact, every one executes .bis own will. The Bible explains, how-eveI OMS or THE FLOATS. that God seeks those to worship grand stand. Over In tbe flora l ball Him wbo do so In spirit and lu truth. was a splendid display of needlework, Therefore these must be given opporgood things to eat and handiwork of all tunity to dlsqbey. If they choose to do kluds. All of this fun and enthusiasm so; and persecutions, tribulations and out In the glad mellow sdushlne yf u attacks from the world, the flesh and perfect autumn day! tbe Devil are permitted to test them. Was tbe Investment a good one? This .All of God's people are ordained to might be answered by a farmer's an- preach. Tbe begetting Influence df the swer to tbe question, "Well, what do Holy Spirit Is the only' ordination necyou think of It?" essary, and without it no one has DiThe old man's far " wrinkled Into a vine authority to preach. God's Book smile that began In the corners ot His makes no division of His people Into eyes and gradually spread to bbf big clergy and laity. Let us declare God's 1' message In its purity and simplicity, mouth before bo Bald quietly: "1 nave been looktn' at fine stock a Let, us not bs"dJsappoluted tbat the this here fair grounds for years, as' worldly-wis- e icoiislder It foolishness, I've thought a lot about feedln' as and tbat it bftegs odlusuas It did upou ban'lln' stock, but" be hesitated a the Lord and HUApostles. waved his hand out toward a bis; ,004 will Ond tbe "peculiar people" group of children lutcnt upon sons cos-te- whda be seeks. Aa Messiah's associand continued "I believe this tiers ates they will "declare tbe decree." All Is the most lmiwrtaut lot of youati ns'bklBd shall be brought to a knowlstock, that's ever been exhibited. asM edge of tbe Truth, tbe incorrigible deI'm, gois' to thluk nere aboat han'ks stroyed, and every knee bow and every tongue confess, te Ued's glory. en after this." j I - Thn liquids nnd tho digested foods in the alimentary canal pats ttiroufb tr wsll of. tin carui hvto the blood. This process is catted absorption and takes place chiefly from tho iraill intestine. After absorption the blood carries the food throuth the haiy, an'i each cell til:es front Lis blood tlio food it nseds, A pur jtyscria extract mnilj from bloodroot, mandrake, stone, queen's root and itoldcn Rial and sold by drnisu for the past forty years under tho name of Dr. Pieroe's Golden Medical Discovery, jives uniformly excellent results as a tonic to hefp 1 the assimilation of the (uod and in the absorption by the blood o( the food it requires. Eradicate the poisons from the blood with this alterative extract which docs mt shrink the white blood corpuscles, l.ccnuse containing no alcohol or Gliisr injurious lhus the body can be built up strong to resist disease. This is a tonic taken from Nature's that builds up thoso weakened by discaso. Dr. Pierce, founder of the Invalids' Hotel at Buffalo, N.Y., bzz r;i;i"cd letters similar to the following; Mr. Para T!. JTtriao. of Pardlo. N. S.. mltcs: "I take irreae mycaso nnd Its cure. In Septerr. pcojurdin tvr.tu.t, yuu as her I wis taken "vith 7VpA3i few, wl.lcli put mo in a dreadful condition. I was Utah; rtn dew. rrrvovi anil itvri reduced to enert .' C Icttm, rwst tivorytlnflit I could trot bi.t nothing did ma any rjood until, at lair. I v. ns a.vlv.t to ay Dr. Plree's Gollen Modlcjl Ditejvary, ar.i! Plcaant Pellets,' which I dU. ...j'cro I Usd used onj I nproveaicnt end whan I hid viH this trcotmctS Iwtt'e I rnw a o n.u-.- i. u..r only n fow lals of ' l'lcptant I'cilay,' I returned t' I cjnnot find.rfonis '.J cr.timn ciy thankful ictu f rrrfrvt F. E. Ucao, Ueq. Un cthc-.-a falL" i i c, HOW BLOOD IS MADE. scy 1'--- vd JAMES & CO,, Pirst Class Liverymati Centertown,. Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, c5ff 7 OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald al $1.35 '. 1.69 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. LouisGlobe-Democr1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican 3. 60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.5 The jtxepublican and JJany uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and. Weakly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 at andTwice-a-WeekOwensborolnquir- Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. . fire-pro- , .. aiaa. . . . ..,..- ,- ..,. at YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads - Noteheads Envelopes I j Statements Cards And other printed forms are given t X X e. Special Attenton : i In The Republican Job Department. ! rW?kT' "!? Stubborn Case "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pronounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weakness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at ail. I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui" r, CARDUI WomanTonlc if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to wemen. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, H acts quickly on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the wemanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for mere than 90 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of flit nenefet they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. j t, smS ej(mmjB( sJssWBsWjPpsm, Himmm j mmmmaj smmmmi sfmmsswmssssP wmmmmi) mmsamh f Vf, K' a. i WV.laMfaafrslllfcj r aajfJaaV i AR SHORTAGE t'w mine had .".ix iouh onlrs p-- ul cats a HEARING ENDED Commission Promises port in Ten Days. Re- daja' wqrk to Justify Tlio Xlwil day'a henrlnr w.m it . J,u'ir AVtSI- S.I5 o'cSvlt till- - niamtn,'-k Itm - Wlokllft, of Ii'm mine, wtia Vv flist wtiifss. Tw nti lvi n nijuioll of T'W trn- - n liy, li aild, tind a raOmr of .W tons. T'o mine waa lat ratol In OuUiVr. It ntovit iftftft n mrA'ia Iiiis Itetm iiiunln and Uuj cidtro ou'o,ut SOr, ' pj'r I. O. 3nj -- M p-i- r Intr Ahat ont entlro c.xr a'w-iti- ptioJ, (I'.w aamnieir "aton." HllWile nilno, t,hi w,Hn;'jM nvM. Iif" .a cnjiclty of nlrtwl W ton a tlay, and of IK ipi rtrwAvcti but a'joidl por,tVjn of mr-- . Its iild Hu fvnl mtlnjt on MnrRan Jnlne, ia ftt wn bir'n In "3ratIo,!i but u im'iVlp. "Thl cn,r n'mrto,? lwi wtM ; durlnjt LiU tWn iVia.rs t'i.n .r- -r bef,cin in my 'f twen'y vierl'iiur pn'-Xlfl- u pttit if cne In ln-- -l . ... tlie ..... .......1Taf A1 1 ! . HIH ata H8USEII0LD HELPS FLOOK! : fihQOKl V t 1 lsn Operators Continue Story of Alleged Discrimination I. C. Officials Make Denial. Central Into- 'City, Vimrgv Ky.. tWit lcr. 2U. Inquiry CVti-In! t'w tbo lUliqls Ual'ronil lmJri,T,ttnff. Company .Inn ocien n Uie dls-- ci In prle4v-- d No tiDUb' tfi- wivveH for coxl ,;u-nt itif ca,ii- i lid, U .roolltir 1"0 per U nrritfn-1- l wl'h Mr. nv'nr, rtnintly nUwvs-- l N'elin by flip. It l'A'l ' if MO tons iibout a Aiy, he ajd, utl (tn 41 of iV i,u tJ wi'tlii It ,u ii entUVM, U tvt lilr(a? ain "oj'pilt" (nil'i. or c:ij i"'i U turns lu output t t'.m nnpaiv rultrpvl Roimany. T'H ,ra,l'i-:ii- fl i-iW s y,l "" h' v wLVi '111, t(itinn, t',-o- jr , nial'il o-- tit oir mutter of cair JnV.tp In Mtpply. nya pre-M- W 2 ont a said, fo IIvj wCille 'im nf oqU. at rtf'K-'i- it A Life Without Laughter. otiiCTT. wias totvluded liqre jttrts ail: Congnvniaii T!wrrH a4ked whai'. th Ini'i-nof ti'io nrple. lioy wlp qftfiltto-Of a t& noon at 2.M o'clock, nfi'rir con,iitnlnc the same final w,j, bnjibiK In IojIvIH At't'M' CUKTAltD I'll:. -. WXfkl'.ffj UJ JJ dU sutclle by a.udjnK a buKrit tiito ills better port of two iU. W'n nv and w;rn SliIVil tart appl,M nnd cook until s.'t. M by hM X.ithr f.'mt lie not knoiw, aKl wicux ilt pvaa n. ,braln. It fa itnumviint was in vie fiat mil Itulj uHioiyih a bvi To rnc atvl a liatf - tanvui Plrni irul'-the about 3."J a tin iUiI not know low to Ujqti; tbnp li was, in, Chji.Vranan Iawn ore Flnm. of cupCuls all lWo bmttK. State IVilboid Conim,iAlon, , anixoun'-o- il that 1wl .notlUn- -; lo dj wltli t'ue points ha,l ivurr b'en vn to hiiiHj ovcept one niupful of tnUWinwinfii's at i?ir an, I thti,t It would U Oiavui utvVir at Issue In t'w Imjulry. V Win? a baby aloVy did itnt;lilni- of q'nnntnoii nr r!n?tr. iWhcn and that the cqtrtfnlaflim wiuuld On croasxanlnntlo-- i iby Jut?; nVitclt' amuaid I'i'm. Tlw yy of life ws .well-- b Wfi, add Mm Film )blk, t it d not In (m. nink" known Its finding wtliln tr ne.t w, vi)j of tv iitlorniys for it In, stiffly bruttin, the wfilte.- - at ilVe Mir. Wlckllffu mA tlio la ny, iriuwul, The defi-c- t cfTpany, Sen d(is. t'ii)U!i n.n1 iak- - In art umlircnist .with un"vlnUidn? rating of tlio urlaus enlrys ww Itis-nirely f.unl In oni j iounif, ip m U. L. Komp, asiWartl y little top ati a inaJcnVavvi. Gox- - on flKurun furnished iVw ravltofvl Illinois Central civja-fof the de,velod. Curiously CltK.VM tm:. a rqnw f tlio by the coal operators follow tiratns of jiany. Kentucky division, nTl"1 t'w mitrf. uctlv? Pntoaino a tdiont orurt as for Mnon pie wiltuess of itUe VV-- "" mirvettUv- - lipid by tliem In St. IjuU. In Inoajyn tlmts lia.v fU and nioit mvtirJJ r and bar. For tl3 flllkirj U'at tut II puiiouii 1 U- Jiudo It. lit 1) t)'ie bails of Cm .wiivole ae flswrcs sip wing how (nivny oar rpply to a volks of two wei with two tabttmuion of oaeh niTM was tmjtltlefl to, nfid Jivv. Fletcher. Mr. Wlckllff Mild It ,waa !ih fula nf au-s- ir aivd add tpuuptuls of mlM:' l. ninny taq'j received. WJicn lw coitclud-- J estperlence "ttvat Ww nlminj awuVI nt Human life, acqordlnff to Bring? to the bo'J and tfilcktn ' llll twi wan found that raruntictUly more than a"our daja a wtik, nit'" k but fin lit work ftfjiu dU tibl.i7oonfiila of corn fttiitfi Va,lrrrl coal nilnen along Ww lbv of hr lUhvU Hioiwth tlie 'iiUn lad crleta 'acvl civs content to w.irlaT-- : wha(t we .call In a llto cold wWer. WJicn AK'.'k udd suffVtlent to enaiblfl It ,to tun l dava plrrwure, r Central iraid. with 'tlm ewpllqti of iy. ?s but W tu-pntaAVapraaful of .vanilla oAtrart. Pin try ry "nellAf jv,i find In txiM'a? frwn one cal'od "oit'ipul" mlnra. 11 brin sufferi- a wvrk. Tli wrk. lav uld. Is Into tlie crust, Iwat K; wVtaB of fie M. A. FAUGHT, rnt-l- T la t ng1 fcqm a Viortuse of Xinpii 1 .to TO pej ns tluit fie anwu af t1qte moo Is to the aVw. Vhti1 the wihWi V'qfr Wttti? pii)taliy able to wwrtc rrpre Cran iTout huqr taught aalmlVat dxrtr4ni. Ortlhe fvwa 11 it and arieten: iprewd Wt of tlv nixa Factory Representative for High Qrade Pianos, Player pie and stuid in th own until nllq'itly four ifciitf out of aMn. entitled Unirn. folt It In Ids rufji uid eixjiivrn'd It In bipwn-. was Pianos, Organs and Sheet Music.' Clulrnvut Klnn mikle tnquVy nai.l-Ini- r "Th Horrqma of .Wcrtfir." It la the "What l3T pent of tfiu ahtrtrMi OUOCOUVTii: OUUIjUKIU?. C. wtid? nd wjo tonic ntl; lu Ai poftw of Byron to "Junction point rriUira" due :o .VV strike on ttw-M. of Utt-- r an t Ortam two tilVvi?an-was ert p.t told tltf-rChairman Finn InflUlivd of ,Mr. Kmp. which 'W sonxa lnarftU)l rrfium. In a cjon of nuiai.r. UnvU'lly add NoirtqniwV- 1 per twit." lie City "V-Ut,tle, lee .than and another at a mtUV pwwlloglcni mmanp Zo'a and on" Sa.ntey brouzrx hut tif made a atody of It ruid undrntoolc '.o Kw bovtcn jolka of .two. replied. CevismwHiian cupfula nioie of sugar, on; and one-al- f contlnjued qhaltinaan Finn- - flaot .fropi Mr. Wlclcllffe (that bec,tui "Vai!ioiiitT" youth, nl'w pnd ejvin milk, ortj t.papqon lanllU, pf life, cjjp of niiqr "1 ana not flrepared tp qay. as I ! else. It ,U fieormory to supply rtfi B&ain-daU.airas wlwr ,wopk but four dtys can fall -, Into atrr -, two cainiVa of c.'ioco'iUwl "ilM atvl KtTU) cmpViyi'.l ait .nlie will oa;- wrrotchrAnfi-jJlktam)l pomo. 9ESEIVES THE not gn'd h," Mr. a wrk the Xuroe ,1oe nnrt er.vn of clean, frieah mcHc.1 o .r !iot waer, ti- - crickied oyattv shell anil grat. Car ofi'iii''-- . mentnJ and phyalral xtifoipiilly vi ! la greater han It wou-'spoo-if-- " aoila dlsTlvil In ryicVinJf of tviultliiR In no matrlal cuVlViwint of find brijrhtnf.-c- rl n fie isunihri, Arollo "I Con' knw." a'uUl lx Ux):rn ,tliat jjour lnaar Is troo FIRST a teaspoon of liun? wntiN', the wnnws ts "Siddwi ? UTAMaccted tonarftkn of th" output. la this winds and Joy nrly fa Uiltvr. Caunr iom drafils and dnipnr-!- . j, I the. cssa lea,tn to a Miff froli an fill Biddy's Thla Is Cm truth it,'int tbo af you want Jw amffi, nn,t iWtcVJ.UlV 3. Y. Lnm. of neai? sufflclfrA flour to nvik.' a mCt fVv11 "1 am unable to wtnl." Dxkloy ond Wyi"i? of Jot1i de Malstire, "lit Is noC the igg b,akjt:. IVniOiiw tiHo ATacpbiV with the .Hillside, ,Woman (toll out, cut liU) fihyin-ainJ Makes Goci ,'iit at ltp4 oner a k and pnvts 1 iIr. Jv?mn hid Msviquid cttpfl ' Morpun mini, toik ttli atxnd 0lVw enou,i'i fo sUc a man Vvj mifiria of intp ahio?. Cook lu n noklna; lrat fait. 1ip oOi' ipst(n,l -. w you are troubled .with trntst Ktv fiini iwnv-tiMililnsr. about 1T- - QtWy mlio llvellpod; dust oath. If Ins Air. WlcWiff.As Eaves tqr t'.io tais rx xpctM-'fl)ir Oiafcnan I'lnji, as vuiv lice, iyray your Iioua? 3TOrjIUy w.li to mk UCe !wtri llVv." Wiiiy iif WO tnni. hi SJ.W. Mov On Now, Eaatllltyt tlw I. C. nwi to ilupplj' the meri pjitte fo,und lite kf'ng rwlth. torm Rpod djalnfectant. Dropyer. Via lw iKui lclTl rroelvln Saya a nolloeman to a atrcot prqwdt and ,. Tin most 4mnwuuvt tafor. fiownva-mitve witVi ail tt'ie tcU ,ub fl'wy ar but as maro car a out tau&hltur. but t,W U ted in Ktsarn." liftuls If It don't. "Mom Mu j enUtW o uUx V.'.r tflrii. He said he was ntltld to undtr th mln.- - ares itwm on-- J. IV" Vliat (CJinstt (anile Whorka Is on abundance of tf.- - rigtt jklnri , now," aaja tlio Mb. hacaili mlr;mt pill" Crprlrir aal lu Uie current iIbsu of Farm and feeJ IVsrlna Chicken the Illinois Central lsUliaid qnij)i.iiy rntlni?. 11 out In hia nrtT tar his In our tint U fa.'laim luteal. to tiowetl congcHUan and sufferlnir folr a jnfuiy pqa.1 ciaViti- - !iad nM-Purina Bonitoh Ft.i?d. , i Klnrtde a telephone x,pe.rt, .wnltlnff full RlW.,mnt of car cfvry day, U - lows, fir. Klass Now Life PJ1U doVt nijunli jm at ant, ar oi.r of a toll If you axe troubled wiyi chronic ponHrt iw--i mid. but ri no about) tho aisje of. the t!iepivaonrs an ri-Uie bow'tob. Tihmy irmtly (nr. bultdoie lv' Vluen you iiaiie a bilious attact stlpatlon, Uie mild an! gentbj atd by the ant. hi slid. Tvat BV uimtnuntUtw. tells tTi faUunfjig n'.o-r- y sude Hiom to nlslit tictVm, AAd iiaJlli ChambeiiaUi'a TsUilttta a .trial. Ttiey are (Mr. of Charnoerlaln'a Tablata makes thm lie wIUims MfiB iki rl ly comjYiny 'lli rY. 'B(' V1!' l"1- kitemt a auuscrlbtir: " People who followis. i'c at all ruxglsts. aat-- d pf wJvever t atid-- d u it pt'-t. muld normally tjijnk It a dlvtpace to "I .haw op'pnted OaJVr nlni ttit,Vvx esjpectaJly au.Ileal .to yaur cjtae. For. ecell"nU For sale by all ttaalars. hoid7s of t.'ie I. C. M'M Qctol F 16- - 1311 --aare," he ivild. 'land Ah-Jaw b' ll alU-acp,iTVp or spy on fthcir notjiliborB tasn Effgt ip Wilier. d 1 J ul aK.iin.rt ,nr1oiis mil f,iM" of h oir uhile fr al 'l Jtav to call jwur attention to tlie such fact tlvvt mort lntw:lvH Tl4pui-- ; mugJi, dlpUierla nnl aurlt & foor ap contmateil whvn tlio chlM luvs a cftld. Gl'nmberlaln's Coi;h Itemed wtlt quVckly cure a oold lvsen tlw late.r of cn;tra(utlng .hem la famous tor Its ourea of colds. It contains no nplum or o5ier narcotic and inwiy bo Riven a ohlld with Implicit oonflileur. Koll !.." by all dealers. -a JIlIDlMj: CAKIM. run of nvhta I'oy jh"" n vwinit cu of i?c'n .intril, ons aqi, i plnolt of Milt nnd a ttiifpoortful of Pi'srir nnd sufficient milk ,t iiioIm a hin COU.V To a noroii- - bn-ti- nil t,u,e y aibl e U?atNi ai'l IjiiJy milk. Have th irrlJille fn,' n I ly nmrl .liaki't ,wlti mapV- - ayr flft Uwetheir d,-- lie I t Htc t. nJ AI'I'IiR TAUTA I d.l'.'tuv-a.-JTItl- rmly , t ... s, a ilixcn out Ji'ir- - doii dlslca nrvl wltji u am oil v cutler cut o it the oep,Vir of t!.p dNlc j Pile two of tlie iriiius urpn feai .., J ...V"J. .... . I iiiiu i..i itivj, iiiimik '.iuu Li4,ri.r "i?" app'r) nuiic, ipotrliuc o'.ir tfia!.k'av spjoanful of ni'ilppil c vu jAlrrlWiy fruit Jm. Jrily or n.iiris flia lrilfu-- ! lrr tn.-,t- two-thlin- il 1 VI -- .aa'SarilsajVi, J9&1 Mr te "s-sl- . aaaa s i : A Dubois Seabury Piano for $50 and some special prices on some other slightly used Pianos. m'l-roa- tit tooin-pan- atMim-mal- ly h, qu-atl- an - iy One Packard Orchestral Organ for $15. This is your ctiance to get some real bargains. So come and get my prices before buy. Io-ia,id- Ino-atru- ra Hartford Hfluslo Co. Manager n-- or d. e o-- lf HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. nt r c-- on?-(tliir- d ul niZE Un-nnt- com-ntf- -l r-i y wtn-t- "i orw-fou- -' -- y. na.!l-ro- ut rc in (jnotod n At wWcti Ww jtrVlent oW tfvit staytas t;pt lifil tn adJitlonal cam Wflld tak nv itl" itre of traffic:, o.t1 refliUrd In tUo xi lr 6.-- Before awe. begin to Impiove on na wiUd. 4n Christnas Greet. neearlv". - SM ONMLES BIMAi, Jt&t "V Anotfuir lntreatjtvs witness of fipvlfe. 11. I Tuckw, qf t(he ItocHmt who ttlo ifcistiflcU an the tKilryr te,y of the (in tiie Jnvi'Rt'sitton. Um vpat'" rrev'kwa to la,st jvIV' August rhU inlne Kul rwt fns; Its iiuit of ipw In rioH)ition to Wie iup-l- fuumWiad malshljor- j1it mii i. 7 llv mnf ilias nevtr UeNi Blvem the fiU' 0P ratJus It Is eiweinl' d . elarlnc Abatt Atw UluroU pwtipl Oanipiiiy, laivl V(A the rprartow. .do?a Vie .ratlac. la,ied, JiflwwTjr, ion flu urea Xurnla'ved by lj'3 gn,vittit. 4ay waa Li KMEY &!5an!!tt .". SJfOTiV,- kr.- -f ". iTo-du.- y TA.V Ji Vv ainraj) Bring ture and hens ran fite trailing fores', fnoaa, yearly pwr riroduqtion ap.rod Xro,m IS Ittrfjig calar, fir, and pin. to 3G rega. A ben nqTtr laid pi flu Anxd mm feUaoji. amd onoss, witntr. v porvtowry Aiound tlie window twiuv! Winter tigs jvpAuctVm I tp nature amd many hops u'-nttue (Tlio bjhitvH of AiSrUmt til) Whltsas of itfic iwiitU to be Improied upon. wi',thou,t wJn tht tel-ais In question and will rusih to bU t'i" Inatnutndnt eiwiry tVme V rln?. whieitlier lt U tV-Ci- r uail ar nofJ. 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