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Digital page images are linked to the text file. majBm 3Hie' IV Fine Job Work. $tarifxrt;& DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE TliW oviUtfaii ftV nppllr.it.n f Unini? of tlic 'U"t" tn,lilinni. tli" irttal'liiix PrifVIt- Bjwwicim OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 30 WILL HAVE MAMMOTH Of 1,500 Acres to Be VOL. XXV. TROUBLE THICKENS AROUND FRANKFORT Claims Everywhere But Money To Pay. L'st of ' "-MVVVI. an:i (OHVmiUiil 0iitrln-3i-1i- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1913. rp.rry cnutciinlnl Cli bvt'.ltuUnr.M, ci " uplta-lmvic- 2i,f0W l t'.-- s fioni ntnuirn ii'cmtdO- 'y $Lp0 to $. , p;r 'S.T.'IC-- ) DELIVERIES No ata,V. oliirk 4'n.. 10,i0"i nviMt list Oune-.w'y,i Ii1 .Vtt.ii-n-ulirk hire J,'J"', olnruPB-It by tun offU-ti- l 1.8W) at tlio timp flf J.ti a'lif.tli'i'nt. Tircutim.iT, clft'ls ihln Knn,n"ky and ln,lin.r,'nl ulM iimtt b awl IiU Mkl nil nil of Im. I'. In ft if luiUti'i, (f'"iMl). $17.VH; foi' lli.W.') axiniPinienit, $..(V) ilvf,In!,Uoji bnnl ' niiTtn anl hi 2t2. Mr. WJIllitn Cioniwell nppllootton by e rutl is'iv'iU In IU Ii'imi plfie"' a nvuit li? "p-,- "f MLLEDOFF By Sales Committee of Equi- flEi'it. lit will tip, tiip ixiir, us .fimtv oitr jrvip.'hl a.nl (ftxnl by our tpiknv 4TWw iffinl oy nfl in fills flsbt. Yourij for Huqvt. J. W. DUNiN'. In tlib lit ORCHARD pjinH-iin'-'- Xo-m- A'llTIJNIi ill (ittvVa't's r'loiitunn'j 1st to AIuxij1! 1st. Established aiv iMiiy ilVintniWi''.l heal t Im'Sul pniilnjiit ace rrn'Jns u.'fk-n'K- . 1 Approjriat'o is Excited. That May be Held Up Indefinitely-Educato- rs v ,t Dogs to Participate in Inaugural nuM.pt of Hie UUilc& from CvOHfiiM. in llturyy, Ikia4iw; .ijll .l tttam .Villus a uMlItt X ollm, Festivities. I of ut idinpwa-- y uinruotl ii WVuViViiSl'tTiii, i" Hi won' confined iu'1 tie wnd. Jan. JJ Iup iqf ihl(?li a of to d'ViirUiivnt liVil3 ninl I'"' SkCe I wJ ttt'jio' In tJn It'tta-tii? ,to pirtfSi(aH Jn foit,Ul-llr- s IokiI ii)llieii. i and wiiMe HlspiM4 win In liulJt'iCin ititatvuU uptn lli jrvOlliPail'.otl., 8ll'r'Mll'' Wt" ta'll! Tli filr hoi t;mt ti n i'i,pll:y ,w'U bo Offlcp Pt IV1l.Slitl"ltltt W01,IKA AVil- rtfi. miiip ipiv-- 'i t.i a i'9iv'JUin nfC0"nlly ' Hm Kuj''VriibM .1 fiVwlTi wi I "wii.ll "niai cli In the f tly wftnK hhj 111,0 by tv Inlksritki'K tlw. I'm Vn umvnail op- ill and M nJI f()r ' cii'ulf". S4it, U Iifxueli il'H.'viiUe .wlt'i iliutMnii nut ( !!! "TJVJ iftN Ht ".'1T"k uf 'WWli In p.11 tne HtttilWi till Uie oft'"rs coulil wn Jd," Jn iV rtvi1p.'aon sli-- n tf fie nAnr tV Ktl 'lV Mf y,iUn not Ktoj nnl J i'a,'ilr.: q Jp "wi'i.Su'i Or. L.'-'!-" In 1C ulurkj .v.i of !iii)Uslirr".iT Ui finny-ti- l "f It, If wjbl. p.nl ti'i CiiJcppPnir, Vu, In as, ni'ilUi;? to lope rvenl liii? co H lM' U.miIiii-'" Pl!illl'y of a U Klu'otiuv "wlnl '" a, il lit u i.iirn ti'yl bun"! 1u.nl o: bffoiX' Its apliolntJ Iiomr may will OI,wi "IS at'lllt luti't ttJ liiinit ulub ituiirj tipii ,the al pflvUfn.-- ) atw vit.iJn'y. t ;i frl-ilrip, li Into t'i Jo'j mil ni'iil Jm? rviiir liiity sti)V na'Atr in the a xc ntwl. I'o.KltultM'il lowUtik. o.vle icjfnn ot Due pi'taie. rfilr"nl livn Ciifw rl wiit flrot ,V TJ "ter ol tli V"i r wuU a ivnUel anl tit out a ,llt i' nppntprIaion imilo J.it yra", tji.'t .VDTIIND lt nl)U't' CiSiunc32 S.U' , to Ma.rch 1st. 'WL'1 of fan.UiO to u mff a il'bl of tlv Sta." I'ebruacj t tw Jsuuiunt HuiyV on of (rtiiY"l,tn',i wI'hjU"" Pair. Ilutt inm iiutl mi liitV,il in tf prilplt.ito of in i Wi Hatprr "inli! Harvey S. English Dead. olfvr ipcrop.-i.tlf-n apois- AlVtrwy will fllrtjt be ni.itta.vHi. iiml rfCo-m- " Air. Iyiey s- - UtrfltVi St- r- tonnirlv ., lll- Vv-t,ly) stritfiol.i, biajit,t t.UllH t'llU. HlllaSw t'l" Ia",,ll UlI Mtnl of SwaliTispiV't, dld at J4i foil's In be coptli-Kp'1 tlie In ll'iiti pait. It Jios "xtm Soimrl tfi it nwnlij rjiiir I'eiubirdkj lu.st Alon-dnupon tlii? SUita- - tfr' wiry ill o lie uftor a fwqr lu.vii inxiiinmrp 'n'" llluw". T'.ie d, peatvil iWai iiii.'-.rrturlrtl l" !' n!iiwni."Ciinnt. i"f It'i'V rutin-- , il,flnUi? iUta?, cvJii'tinlu? sir1! " jtara old. Wj) barn at art plvwimir to la brft'Te iVi com'" un aniavinit of tnoney not oiki-wI-U'c'Jla. lUtilhi county, Ky. .11,9 ha 1 11J. a pivfliv ' ' jtupurintuwhnt, aiiJ at a tlnije iwi'iiri fc'iere Itcian a liout mvn'a of u liiitlst faVt),1))) April .'. irl ilnrj I ibeff ara Jioit urhnmllng .w numit a Frank nrs. ci'iu'rii altitit fittv'-fiN- e r Iti fUidJiiiK obllgatliMi'", it U utt'oniitl-tuiVirn- l. tm tiihpTi n,'id triytdim. ut tU He liiinta i wlJo,w aiid fill cfikUien, The Court ot .npp ii' , ill two 1'14'iters, of the 1m run, kj j:a,ira'iStrcil F. U. UW. liHIt bj Ktta Qnllsli, IlopMoiillle, aitd iVire" s'aiii of piss iippn the (jn'atkui. iii ,'iIh vltj, a orpin's v", in w'i,rily (tlj H'lld lnt"J-!- ? ilwJilcJ ui faw- - pf t,V Kalr llini-- J, fie nnslia'i, S'j3p!inisport; atvl nun 11 wfioV dilute of j.ip;tviri.iloai iwouM llsv. William UivlUh, 3t,vt of of lj.iJ .Lm"Ti ,o'w'1 tmyvi of piiO fill "Jfoit t'w empty trea.wi'y, iMt.its .!, V. IJ. EaslUh, HHrtird. Ite omnf,, ir jw."!!;, Jt'ocnTWil). Hw pa- - an tm,ersceir,y for lecls'iUKe trcvtni9nt, i aid one broUmir, WOoJ iliig-llaJJo anl ttiaf. rlsvt opwJlly, SiionW ttV Hl'zilaUii7nn, wilio wa well kaon'n In to 1!, III lS U.r,lKVtl o jiny , cou-tcut. In,. nViifl fl,,jcu,irliM'.l inn. wi tlu ola!"ir lfra)l. "coMt ad- this county. wou'il 4Y'inif'. anil ii'"- tm t'.ie livlr Uttiiil, lt'iiMtluiw vi l . Lft:iV n'tiiyiprlati'tiui ' ' MM" In nit fo.oC'tr to iVi upon attyuunUmeei GIVES SLATE ON ovt,intirl.'U" lllsi-- ' liv owilliKt-in-t in w"t n not to bi? nulIzi-- J until! t'. luit i v ritfefluJi 11 J uo larvlsVitutv ri'jIl ivlily Iirt nL .! ii'Mina nJ.'inM. Aaul WILSON CABINET Mi tin? r"-l(it, turner In w sitiii, of JiU re4vLM ,Iiov Co!k-l- Al. .Ilickiiari oonAftnpoitnivim Cjrlj'tt wMlI flnJ tlmt llv U:ttoi-i-m MiU. a mstruolttrn was o ran tit'.' or ItivriU'l Jnlnt cniimUty ti Iniptct a'var- fu'ila InTi'.tutlonva cuV.on or Is In fa, it Ju.t a J tint Cl,llltu.e tit titi irnimi up In ndlyviillo pomlUmtlary T!iu SUite Ituplor anil KnmlnT. I Official minual U ti'viy iti'ilnk wilio, wjiiVtii1-lijn. t x' mil duiifa Cuiiroll K. &)H 'Jl.lJ ty Organization. Tliio IJkIi M.'s-s Mrs. I.. Tjii1 4"i7.10 It 3U.1J C7fi 71 U'r jiir. :inlj U liijct laVftOO nj. coUitliii bat-- but l gM'Jie lutiin.ll Uw ffrlf-ij- )V tnln dT l3 io pf(nl 1 W.i,r 5 -- Su' ftni(ll ni - ''' fr .j S fei-Iti- i'nlt tut n ti M"i"'-tlon- Jae -- 1ii qVnui. lt t'-- wn 'ijj i 1 (n nt i.. "t w "ivi-In- )l Mz-s- . i. ll,iry Wlw'i-ln,jta- n; 1 wIt c yj( 1 .i' tin ( a.' t'r' ili; no - oat or o MJviV iiirnl .tiu" l OioaX t'Kl 's I'l ot It i iron k our juylf j.llr 1H a-n- Ulti.uvt a it nrn o." 1 l Vl'l'ior Wry wjll stick MiVUuiTJy by tlw lvni anil cur. Tli! ojjlnloii li SfMvfn; tfilt r ,i iHJi' ii viumcim-i- o iKt:v- - ,u n'liliu i ,tiiU txij!, itml ,1'ji fj,t,3 aivnJ I. Hi n J IwutV iiiI'Jhiiivi Uie, J..HI-.I- tw wi niuijiny. .Vx,ui ctji U fci il Ui-il- lj Ikt efVVil tp iiul (fi ! to'" tW M nlwih uri)lpr to uijiJinr tluj HPilliJ"'1 Wirt1 linvitlKi;'oJi N-- iU i V t. , i aniiuallj .. 13,010 hi.ijiecli). tuii IVfatry ,ni,ni HU1 tlvUj iii) ii qiii l'.l. C,j!iflerate Honv rurnuM ?5 DOO; IIU11 'llU'ulJH "JNkJ iiO t.lkllK eintor, J1.3W; aanuil up- 8 3J0.,H 1.M0 propilatloji. to protwut ,t,uj wV'otv of faixti AKI tutTJ .isiliiM iikVsulJfl.1 iiitivawi-nio- KeruVtcky Gltildnvi's Ilwiiw So,5-t- y, to J50- ,bu. a liWli iwmlil ciIci;ij jCisiii;' bioreofrtl fijuu 000 ajonuftlly the aiiiliilslri-t(ffni)ia,rr.vssin.Til of ti foivtwn to bo kn lJQrlllna.,-liv- s Kejitiieky Statp r.Ur, 110 000 tu pay off doty, fjm.000; tlie booiI am! l,lie tal. If Anyiono In I'm qlwMtiiii.i4 far gpinil stuiul, 10,0W; Inur- 60,000(0 lVi.1t-jaa'layl'W iv'IUhs &H' I'l o"n runv, )10(VM ono Ilotii at lt4.'forni for o'jd dJ)fi.. 37.9JS.S lit;ifi:, l te ko'jv; to uo tl Ivintijcky Cilhlrtn'a Honv Son'.c-It- y ) pry out tlut t,lu awmls 'up f,ir Crtlon'ii ClilWnp. aM fn.reci Wmn-l- f o'i,VhI V? lillo lio In fjoni WQ bo $10 000 un- tflptUinfHl uysloni. nually zm.it .ml tliu JuHt wi'uol Jiipn at r proV-.'. 73.rOiJ T t trjrVtiJ'. tnUtutloui Gownior'ti Jimn"'iin fiwi utintf,r. fie wfiole lwne of rf(irn Ufoinil Mviy, J.'.COO fpr to rei?Ufnj- - no- - , In '.rflit ot. U iVHt to lw t 2,VW.i,) out P'opiWVw prufrtm cif ivfaim T' of ivpivnl!- - sipMi'iiiUinipnt or rubiiu SQiiii. tunUvnplaili i an a'iiily i.vn at .Ul litlt,utluaw mill tluW netlns as limyjctur of n'fV'), iV i in If .ijyon imd'T IiU) il!fujt4iumt, ;t, ail l' I' l ailiiyion to ki i','i-tiu an- jC'i iix'iiml r 'Jin jroiw- - In tU iipjne Klajlnnt bKlKtViMrn, JOWf a nr nfijUilii,,' &, H will o 5,J.'.') of all flu l.vk liliv. aj.',u0)....i 'i'Uo HJiiiiHji.-- y Ii j j il tvh U'iMil l)HtJi'i'it ot ArtfUKutw, Wn i. k Wi'i .u Ufn uuniuVI), iiViiitK ailillt'oiuil i,J wul wftvli It ti t ill, ll'j nw"' ,ij.a)o, y, oo) it n u 'f W a Wfii iAurinij lt. yxs I w.'ns InflnentUul trouu't to diuve . to mJsJ't J3 tif.ii Has Declared That President-elec- t ilxiliirln cli'mir frtr a p"y:liil a'-ion-, 'Ur.tail a:il wera that t' iy askfil for Bryan Made Selections sl p a .turns. pcins,'uii jii't, V .the Contol".mlo as Secy, of State. w'lkih iiut- - run up tiie imnaiM exiinil!-tort- u fnt n f.rAOO'j to ll'AM. fAllo'ln5; U a lUt of (iipppjprliitionti bJtn.lln.5 , Cilcajso. 'January SO. A Wa!iIna't.Jn ot a ,ialf iiitlUim dillars pu?d by oorrixvoniljnt, who sta.t.J 1'iut me on- fie IxM fJi'tiiV.U Aas'iivbl): f:oni a tho- mtorjiiiutlou tabtiai t'lls Cunwnljiloti, ,ittj Tulwvu,'i).'il. ncUa'jIo wliea as folp.u--lsl- t? elfe!d !.. ,xUj -- S13 OHO t rttisiily sjuioc. na" h tie ll; lJl nt -- X 3.ni) Uien 'flt lows! 'fretilpn.Uefei.t WllMn lias picitlcal- ly iiimpleAed Ills lts,t .ot vCablr.qt men- bars and with tlis excayon ot pslble shifts fr,.n one poi1fi)llo tp another, Ms ofltjcto.1 fafiilli', acccnlnt; to my will be niud,) up as follcnui: "Seonetiwy ot SiU.t 'W,lltlani Jemnlng Bryan of Nebraska. "Saioneitfws' of .War William McAdw, of ViW Y.o, k. , 1. Uue Na.vy a,lbe;rt "Ssf.iretA'-jof Curli3on, ot Txais. xh A Jr I3U.U of "arie,tniry GarJjvMr i3,t AW as j Z. 'D. "S3iq!Ary of ti Treosuc of C,hlcin,'0 or Hnin- - A- - 5lon'a2(n,u:uu HuI-ba- rt f-'- Of NOW ViUtk. il-a- iy niil Ji-- y: i 'kitiu 1 , al "SfHHfajy of CotiniivtP und Labr Uvd'fl llr,iud9ls of Iiosti"i. 1.. "Sctetpity of ,ti!L9 i rin'i'ir of tViteato. ",.t,trnn'iy 0iii rai A. Alliiiiiill la;jinoir of ltanrnyliunla. , lOia-IH- s Jo,Mtfilii r UJ,i Ul M fit Nn All C'aoUtu "loaiuto' 0vral "lt cm iiiiiu wt ti Vie L'Ablnwt U of I A"-- K if slu-- h uii.io not ap-l"- I -ini i,iJ J.VU .wu-.fi- - Wiu onuUv two .clubs. WVk'imh S5J.WW bint a UuhcutJty, aiuwvuJ cr ini' f.r otir v 'v.. ...... t 'Iii Inu t,o it J , umi Mtf Uw aWIe f llkv . ,WlViIWoii Qpwi a .Vwtubly uu to i lnllB evujl limt3 , .!ni tlw KnUiiky 5M.0WJ l) t, ii w. r i ii ljf k it ," o t,'w l'talU'nn?iy. on 0.W f'J.ij ailnuaUy hU Nivfiul, Mir, J1.0Ji ,U M- W').W .U t,'i i;iiiUt ttin, i0jJ.'.O authu iuutily slatwl on tit l tniMy Fis.ir U U is Un-ta,ti- ll jjtu'Mvti-- , HUnt tij t IU..' - ) M';,0J).Ci K.QrjA.'X Roosevelt Nxiv In lw; wU i,f firi I iu fivwi J siunl It lo amivpiuv Uw ixniiltK. WW Uixteuin Iiiii'.uky .' Nomwl, annu- ally lllliiil 15.W 1'll,v 'lvct. I"" .Vsylum, T'n Hlnt lC,JiUU CMrt A!,)ni fwlul of u iuW, kiioiui an Uie il'-t- i ftoiiotnin.f'1 cin4eniivwuiv M.iuIur taiim LuutiaikM pf l?ut 370 wjt(') In ,, jij nip out ty to .two.. t i,vii wild, uu)n ;t by ..,', .4Uiv of KltlyvlUe penlwnUai-tJao iJ OM t'up',.)! rrtpalrv, $15,0W; uotlan t;ij tv.iif Offllvil uv'iarl J'Jtl rpliieB. $l.a0 )' tit "itliu Tum tlip M,w ,A1 Juiffepton Davlj nniuirUI. mtiisMiyJ'tl-N'S- y , iuftnji A Ut a aWaitf I lu and Uutub In&tltuti, $j.0i) amiu.il! j pet- - uipltu lujuouaxl from $110 to JtW per annum, $3,- - ln,f?Ui'.l ttiin auiiuUb' VM.k, will dvllwr Will Speak Through Telephone. Jan. if U'luo.loro lUw.-vol- t an aldrtu, p Mi'ji'ily n- - at 0bWr tlio iiulot ot ha Ubfpj-Uiy, tinltiit. It vlll U ImwI, lfj.v-e-r, by tln'ouli bidlvldiial tilop-ione-s 200 siippto ut a dlnn,ir bi fiaanurrof s.s;oiv) SMifflif, a loail iiioifrt,-4ltudiir, In 9,UK a UxiSflttuy astp,ui.kuit. S.O'rf J,ib SaJf?-IUra- 1G.200.V) ....... T,W).(0 lVITCCND 'UMi1blo,,r8 CoaitMiOiJ 1st lo AlartU JUt. t' laUft'.ta Vvas!i, ltd hster; Ward, No Orr,k, W!rn3 and Mjp-- WilKem'.uciky, lyti Mary 1. Remonstrance Filed Against De- son, IreniJ.'ii; Atei.A-- s. O.i'.and Park and KlIzabMtY-own-, Vie Initial steps to ostcibllsli a 'l,w0 Herrrvvi Cron, Clto." P.jn: Atuvrn Tayorclmnl In Hardin aiij liveries Being Made Till Enlor, ltoslnt&r; C'.!irrQ' Xo aour.ty , 'erd'iy ta .tterroioin Oroek. lit id by fie ltd'tliculturaalsm tire Pool is Sold. Alir. Uajmon.l, AtlibUTg, a pa'i"on of atl i,ailcult'Jrbjts of the county. fie scluool, wa u vNltor Tusda,y. Sate Affr'ii'iiiiit.'nl Oomn 'ssVnor J. W. Itcftirt Wllnn, I'r'itsijAj, Kn.'.fl fie Xiwui,in, of rranikrort, ,I'iiof. J. ,H. Owemsboro TJve lnipj'ier tivs: elji'ith pude t;i.U wi;okH uL'QOuut ot fie State I'n'viRfi'y of UK' . On of f. ?rai. iut'i f T'." 'High S?ji'iO3iI :?lr!n ul lulitn, anil Plot. 0. D. Snitli of Clit) Krjjlty to'.asco tbad Jias Uetm pour-Iti- ba.l.t ba.U teinis uriir ti'ieilIltVjYin Xitrninl .ut Itj?'(rMii.l UiJJrciSJ.l Info Uve city ilnoe .luiiliy ot Allsss G'.?nn and ?..-liiuwlWv(i.t tno sales .V)itn.mltV3 t'v mt . Xtwrnin Miurkji. , ,ww lannuiUy rpfi'il stii9d that il'Tl" p,'paiid do tnke care of It, Upi- -l foil's fir.t t?orn idi Ceat)'id C'u Ins abraid $17,01,00) tdr t,nijt wlilclj aivl tihe fuitjr 5a Jt t1 U ti'v? oitt'e e KifTOnipn bo last Frjlay nl'Tt oald Jje t)a,lly jlto, fft itot jet Itesn ,plt"oJ, and, U'w owii In ilMtf. ticur,' ot 3J to t'l. Grietiaill'e cfmt as ilw oanslcUined flUng" of a r?iito,ni.trtiJw by fip vpol-or- p tlifl nwuntain icon(tliJ tu pla' .lIiir!'o,nl, Fr01iiiy FW--. Fo o f,rom ilantp-,k- , ami the te.nrl,'.ory trail CJji.Jiiajcin Alclatvi and O U 7, nnd u JlikJy oiiliest te evpip'a(I the Cumberland river aloi-- jf ctjtlR),v t j uonn.'.ttoe, Vie Oh'.o in sxi'li nl h- oni5 at the ilict fruit this iiaft'tnioan, fliiclil,!vl njt d a'pv Celebrates 76th Anniversary. lands to be fo,uid In ,a.iy quriry.' H In nian! toiuxo tf) A5 aH' ! rfini,i43' 1. 1913 .wiait a gxat. day far liitoinied the meifi'lns" Uml l,e i'ij.1 Oii'tvisbtxio or ait any othnr p5'n,l 'u astablls;'ud .a e ptp'i-a-- d tV dUtpl?t until IVlmuviiO' lu. nr un-- tl iin.'Iu Ilenrj' S'.a,r anl (his. ffjql (wife. ot l.SJS acres In Itoir.n cuanty fifti!''eir notice, In to eiie the About cfovca o'ejk .nii pmi iH) vl lis"? friends Iwd jnn!sfibo!.' and ottnid to eataMIfi'i a o3npaTaitlV9r an ofi?'tunlty to t'i with cjhlldrtfi, ('i.nn t fiHA'ur to pjW- aiV itfira rfalr-ii(in this oaunty, if tj'ie Ciiars i"Mt ot tliie pool, tiierpby s'wwlng qnty-flKannliirary of this is?i'4.a-di- d wvtuld term an i, Jursv'sCi thd otieir iiiwiubnra pt tme Jto th cltlz u aid ifirlstlan mfle'imn un- lajtd 0,1,1 agree tj nll ,Ut3 aptu & n. iwlh 'jo puna'iriscra. (t'43 (Tlias fiJWi ins iVp be '.s'n,'l by til tlilrty or mone had trafi-r- l ataUiiniont I pnd.1, ito fp.'tV a usilnl sltta In t.'ii-itpioin by fae raombers ot Price Uilrd, it'sldent and J..' X. most e.fjeMent dinner tli-Iodine Jipnn die furtlr swrstuij wius tsaefl: fo fp.m-la- h o carefully prepared. The table had f,nse, li. small quaiitUjt of vitnawfjerry 'Po tli faJiiMts wio poioloJ Uw'.r lHra!ly groansd under lis prneut buvdn P'.ints tio be c,ultf.ia,teid here In qyijr to wltft tine Home Varei'ipu-- t ot many sp.d tiilua. 'A c Iioms qi at f urn'.!! pintles to U',9 arnd, t'e Anx"Tlcan arcl ard m, to be of In tfils social plrt4 rva-cntlUtbly 8"ionin on the artlwfd lanls. ,He Ciultj : s" spent. This excellent ami pleimuint ea.t.U OofurnU'i tree,s tireo In as much as s liaie mp.!e an fcr 1,500 j,ir, ai.il was fittingly t'ced by s.nglj'ifr "Ho'v an expait piyA horticulturist xlirnest cul;a tor to tp.'to qt-- e ot oar Firm a JVuiuliL'on"-iieiail- Iii thf ljth to suiperlrttend the p'oinitlni?. puliMajUng, wi(o bme tobutyo In tV ,1iIk i spai-fnr- s Uio trees. wa.tr. and In dolnis fibs b:T clapper cfL.John aid a ijiYioiAV-n- piajor by trtnnilig AIII1. The Itsv. A. n'esom uji ortnlcUlon to qobUsh ti TPh-- a taktci )iii.ijitcise of by w'vt i'va.1 rwuu it'ien matJe by clpptlos Iie m nt'i&din brUislnsr Uiir tob,arr,o to WV19 preseait: Air. and Airs, llrtnry S ri..ir, Itiv. A. t; ti j: nmrki'it. and ta suq'i an RVant that ofriceiw: n. E. Hici.k. la. AI;i and wit,?, Jo'p KuiU. wide anl thqim iymial Fischer, f lie $ bvn a rcniqnstrano. son; Airs. Katy Dvis, Airs. iUa,!lle .M H. O. Wi'U'a n,s, S.;re.ta,r,IVi;asuirftr ori asabmt1 jwu bj tup ipoojVirs. o7 UxmiMk. Itanf',-'- i WAiip n. IE. SV.le, Grnjeral Alianafir. fTno McL.'-Iwpad O'lto iwur.ilUts, an,d In Daniel and son; Ati,-s ttff,r eUptifjnL f fwflr, mSd at? wig (And tliw. arid Iaiiv: SJja.i; Airs. X'runcta ItUey view jjanonsurauc. AI,--. (Soivar, tpcnpo-ai-- y fiiCt t,!tat npij! of our, tnin,bcis ilii.'e afil ton Uiwan, io co.innilttns of been nuulflcaj to deliiv)r Vif'1" t5iaiacJ. w.fe a.nd o'dldi'en, Giiftle. Oi's, Alihle. di taiflt n and Gladys arnd Alxyti- - Jrf.n iCnlnn, A6- -. i;. A ,niumibsr of a,onss wei if su,bsqribeJ iuw?eury for ms t,o Ivue G. SJewnirt, wifq a,nd tc'nUdin iHijbivt J1 nirdaiy tills statement. , and th.9 oftilceirs ot ttue ac i Alra. lEffjie V, mnit,t and S'lnlzitV.on will us eiq'y t.H',0 it to First, we will refnlnil nu fl'iat all and AlcrJ. Iiiv;l; Air. .Vn'ly Jtoji.un. .wife tj'ie 1M 0193$, HMch Is nojt to t le An ,t'v: poul Is xtA siH. duiS'iteir fo anl ta.t It s ti iora u'-l- i ,un;l,rfitoiil and cj'ijldipn Cauil, SiiiVi'z. A'.vnls and bi conflr,d in ass ibo Jy, ,but ii a3 ial llax--; Air. W. I.. Slutver. wlfi m prOKlmlty to EIaib,?,.h)ow.Ti op pnssibta. il an PJ diii'iirt'lcris a.: to be untile nn-- Knima il'illdren Ufa and iA,iij!iji!ia ltut'i. all (t,'i tojjaqao As placid, anl .lxsn ATITEXD ItcwrTiblaifsC'riinaiiicra Alany MfaUee wMre evpres'iid tor (miiitiy tobai-cois iruftiietl" to tfcn mlrkeit aTi,ad 1 . 1st to Alarcli 1st. returns o f.ils spod anp!f. at Its If e o.in'.r Is plieim,? i'ilni-seOne w!w w(is itihrape, In tfie aitliaide of tjie "d in"," PALO. and t le KJiger of &co.n Is beln,? point-a.aIltpit'i is UBually iail at th,!s EAST VIEW. Bt fifai. tViv, In IM ot ai,l tieie Teb. 5. Atr. SanueJ It. Plrettv-'- Uled at o fattis, wij want Uj aik jUr tlll? Alqs. Tlltord of laiUvill Is vlatlnj; bis resldenco a,t 'iiIh itffx&s pip,nflay wlt'ii'iold di:llerieis ufit(.l Afojilay, t"sr Air. and Mpi. Ulnetp ,Wiho- FjbruaTy 3 of binvhltls aid mraios'i. 10, w until u au notWetl i Ape ".' Ji?ars, 2 ir.a,hB and 23 d,tyi btrry. dell'.',rhii;. Rw. "VAvntpy fliu-- d Jils rum'av arcOltir-mei- tf wniducti'd at In iunjiln,i fie tnaplVit fis jioia lin ) Funivol fVpiVf.' "W at Alarvlns Wiaprl laat aniii. oy besn dohio'. you n.re Jiot oalj- - aiiHXlc-bar- f Hells jllun is'ium'i on t,'" ttjcl Airs. Atxnle Sttvnsi'asr and non. CJ'iar-ll- L ltov. G. V. 'MiM'ar, at in' wf.l)?li ihls pilnii'pki eailn, but foir prnip,t are lirpioilng lonly. wive laid to nst In thp (Vie joa ayno "bUiUJia-liis-'' s. Alaiiy WJilta is viry ilck at itiVi Itiin ctiniftterj . He l:acj s'a p'u.ldj-.j- n You cati iaio Itiakinj? to iruouxn tj.elr losi, rMivjly: W. r. wrlti'nsr. of the oVier oJuriMei at the Alias Julie Hliif Is ot Oklatoma, IVenpJi, B. J. Tneivth nnd L. It. si mo time, and It wUl tost ou dear- ot place; Airs. "B. F. JViln Jf visiting frlcndd and ire,UUea at Paio, is ly in Uie ,futuiv. iYou camnit lexfia--t Bwieji Dam, Jlos, AI. R. Colllnp f anil io in Uul bjaltli. them to stay witii jou itn,Ies, yo tvtl 'k Alir. and Airs. Tiirv,In iiiie ivUlt-In- ff Allnfs and Airs. A. V. Ste,wart with t)iem. Tvwy Jiave all ptooj ,man flie fanner's pirents in El'iMjinu-l- d tp man with y,u jn ,thls flgii,t, and "velr ot Hufard. aoun'y bojt'at 's mnt yrt wan, ,but as i as Air. Eiprett Sujllian and brotjhfir, of Correction. your .etMcio Is placed, ou daseit Ohirjlfsian couiUy are vUU.ntj itir. lai!ie ibviue of tjils ppapr we raxl.) In a 1our bflt frtenals and put Jiuirt to,!4i.-c- o family.. FbvJ Aldrldse and on Um nuu-kthan h ,tiwle can ain prFrT" bj- st,iTVne that V Airs. Jaiiai Alaalan wtts fir gtiat of a ioll tax ot $160, iw,hi Court Vvk htindje. Air. J. AIaion Saturday. ald $JJ. The CioiJit Xow wr wiuit it uppqal to you as we shoukl tiap Jann T.nlddlo last Sundtiy morn'ner ,A1 mud,.' nn .50 wilc'i of' nM npid bjraihvrs, nud In l nanyj u' iwhin slit iriUipivd Suaiiie iiMkftJ fie loit ta. foe scficyjl purpfjds all .tfifit U ip)pl n;id in tli,! naiif vVltln,- - a sick to tlnd now $1,00. oit In the nmve ot jour Ixhla sprfia.1 wlt,'i n'qj ithlnsi ,to eat neeilibor, jour futficr and j,aa,r 3oJ, W rir ttrlend.') an,l mlitUvM, tfils For Sale at Great Reduction. to stop il'llv earns until wtl?e lkr bliV,'i.la . A nice Ripply of loasioU and k!itUi.n Is tJiwied on jou. Wo aio ap ttl to furjiltnit?. b'Mierht ne, jpst a jewr pj;V w tiio ivinllinr nnl ti,vlJiKUij Card of Thanks. folding: bu.l. c,iItfoaUi, tiro and 0l" f JU'iid uiaomUiitliin to ,tiil. Includes a jl 'Kiiji'd of Wo wftih to ttsank t and two wtus ikttnd-- , four fvt Uii ni,Uiar. oiar with jo'r tullAtOIH Ilbjarj" table, kite, i n oj.Uljit. IVrwl fti' tffif snpiWiy tirrl wlp, and nawki t.i In bxuiiiu? a s.ikVi tul dihiln; d is in'winiy jkhawn us ilarMaT our (aUt, s!d.UMird ilw.1,1 Ux uvior,5 UiitnaivI la ti'its ' room ol.tilrw. Will txkt oifourUi off ldrn.4attit. To th p'jtni'tjhuwr pool. DiiH. l!A'. Ford J.l H&nil,bMli. mi'o i- -' tSw wJiulirt4l -. ia.t prUu. Anply at (tfigiiwi). pitifji; it.vinu, U bjinsd S'--l o , tfftbiVY ryf&tv ot ,11.' H Smliiv, o&f L. X. nOliMUfbON. H'fi. , la ?a on, 'W. w,ouId ioy, do 1 IJfcws jont, KptMy Jlinii VwWio.ier wimtiai. Marriage License. V'if wii jtii ll to inlnistr fa 'thji' lubblu iv. I Jumfe i wirrV. cmitiM, pf ttiKVrbv; I , tmajtajr. llalln XO iMQfti: .VT WlUTHdVIl.IJS. WtlUH'iugul uUw To 'VA. UlMllWt?. Ifw'ttrfM1 WbutuvHyi 1W"'!: As Wn"e To W Ciw(iMif llii.vwrd awl Xruiqy WyrtMv". VNlfttt. W prnj- - OoA'a bltJj-- n "upiwi aH'UI, U iH l ttl JOh . tobMMlO ypu, ilny your wtJt b as iJrt-liami ntut 1. Il'trtf" 1. and ns u.iHil wJik luii io.il h e th lltl:-- , U. .11 uul lbuiian ijVnlit. jlujt- - lite iiih iwuv, os Ui JafMHv'aiptut, poolers, and as to ilnUvqr ojr tobjiow Tismlrr uwdioii ot Hoitiii. 4ip.o waauld Jirtt be fuV .to pfl, w qwiviterj Us thV t'wll WlwKlr, llartf,ora (i,sd Jt,olj town, in nv- -. UKWiiii" not to dtJLwir uiiy. at oat jmwloMi. lovod, tiall oiirkr- ISsr-'AUiIlenrj-- . As tvild. iiliCJal ull AW) lvopWl 1'iin,r .WILviu Jlwimtoni and Xna .VuKry, main wltto us t I asl WCiJUiMlij lut ti drilitar JJiy 5Irtw T. V. Joiner and CJUIJdrvn. AlulIeJiry. ! until tue ti".liy . moip tii'jiK' m. Jess.e Httrold anl NuVA IUVv, ,S,uUi ' told, but yjat all toltuaMO now An ti'io ' I Farms for Sale. Ciroll tun. town of iWMiiMlllu dliall lw unluvleJ-bu- t ItyI.. H. llanvp an,! Em Improved and un'inprqvel firms tot; ' ' that no jinre bs ilttlitirod until ., sale. Call on or ad.l.A8. finiUwr iiHite ii ulriKi. our purness de- v WCSLEV. of Unltql SUts u.v p'ends'wi till' p.1iu .Vow niw. I ak T! '$L It J, llantfprd, Ky.' ' V Adv. ySu to bu patient, anl lie. "J win ) all Ci susrar mal9 lnStw matr)-nctlnsiCar-trily, B s. ff n'j-u-- Hartford College Notes. fpllowing pupilet ItiiW pnlnd ooil ilurlns jji piit upal : on Muldraugh Hill. tlj 3- s-- ll - is H1"-'- - MJK-l'- p-'- re ir JU)'-vto- as"-ei"- d .Wie.as-sopilait'j.- ci. agrd floni-f;xn- y. of-e- n..-na-rs (iie t'oJ J ? (Pvs'-d.Hni- 1 Vioe-Plri!- 't; -- s. i cT-'(i- by-la- n jtfli'-- SaA-Feb- " ( lf )i li. i bu a a Be-I- ATi-- Tlor , Jff lnpi-paw- t n.ifitr fvn bo-lii- lir tolnp rJ. r-- ot -- mtJ-dtu- !- H.u-hfa.v- 111 f.l t. HW. b'y k, - -- ijI - - oa-f..f- jh i:u " - ti 2k"'11hisfi'!'' "'"'"fb'iirn n Jt MM 1M tt- - J -- "-. WRE '' PORTRAIT "HONEST ABE" NOT SOCIAL AMENITIES By CARL JOHNSON. DF Tfelwo Believed to Have Been TaXcn lor Purposes of Presidential Campaign. IS5 NOW AT LEWISTON, MAINE t)! the Hrt7Though ItPicture Is FragmenSeems Most tary. Prob-ahi- e It Was 111, In Made at Qulncy, 1310. the Year Lincoln, A jwtrnlt or Abraham jwiiftrb Jlmec who arc familiar with It xkAVw to bo ft very rare ono, liaiiRs TigKti tin' wnlla of a l.owlRton law At all (tvents no ono has ct ("wind who ri'incmliors to have S.-Just llko It amoiiK any of tho smviy jtortralts of tins martyred vtlilck have boon published fo trur.itnr.tlj- - during tho last few years fn roaisT of tho leading magazines or of-vs wn oe pros-"Vln- hr aetmtiy. Tin 7viTbrtfl Mr. Lincoln as a somewhat rnivvrr man than tho majority of his :yornn.Vfc do. Jt Is flcluro is a lithograph, taken from a craon drawing, facslmllo of his 5inr a with the words: together Candidate for auto-ir.i:- Jt President, that it was evidently Tr.Ht a a campaign portrait during Sirt outndli;u preceding his first elec- iWS."" showing "SS ivurtralt was obtained by tho Tnf.4 Jfobn Read, father of the pres- - rwlawvc of it, Stojj: cwmtmign, st.tf vrtiw fJUM) at Qulncy, III., during but who took tho orlg- which it was made is un- book sonic--iSTi-e ago salesman ;w It claimeda to know xxir yx?ars about it, and said that it was mrny swsww1 ABRAHAM LINCOLN. From An Old Trlnt. Jlr Jncoln was nominated, photograph She rrf aiiii Jha original of Mr. Medillwas of request "tsw purposes. pfcSrft u soon, after the convention at cCBmo taw wcaa Jr. tA tho photographer's to sit "inr ttiif picture he had Just come from 3k JsasrborX and his hair was down upon his forehead, vtm X&iX. happening to catch sight of ttiarrrtr in a glass, Mr Lincoln that no one would know him vx?fi few, iiMr o smooth as that, and ran w toaiads through It, giving It the ,tnnhFvi5rti appecrancu of tho por- plaster-tvsr.bwfovfo- ly for campaign farther that when He Mr, Lincoln rti& further that in making the OTtaPRftiac.nt. for tho lithograph the twrrsti naa somewhat Idealized, and nsuA rv? tho natural ruggedness of "Ar: Strain's features were smooth- Wfciiforr this man was correct In S'5fr as to the origin of the it ist, t. undoubtedly true that vsvn.'MJtar.aMy idealized, as will bo seen Vttvn the- copy, the portrait, while the essential features which w .Tir known, nevertheless mak-yi- j hiia a. far handsomer man than '?. v wrent.ly reported to have been. Xat yet Mrs Uead, who has seen lsim oTicsi as a young man, always UkjM It was an excellent like-w- n vu.--i a.nJ that It looked jutt as Mr jwv)n did at the time he made his at Quinc, in the course of the Atw$ufi 3ohs.Us with Stephen A. Doug-- ? o October 13, 1S5S Ttht por-.nj.i- il. vHb .A In Pennsj lvanla, whereby sudden wealth had come to wMy formerly ror farmers and oth- ene tr. that region Ono catch phrase irbli Uncoln especially enjoyed re- Hnnr.R vafi '"Oil's well that ends well " Mr was particularly fond of Dald H. (Kafcby), whom he first mot In XviJS in Qulncy. HI. In IS63 tin wroto jl Jottor to Locke in appreciation of jw o! Nafby's humorous articles, and M tho letter with this Inquiry. Wlj' don't you come to Washington w mo?" Locko accepted tho In- xMsafkn and spent a delightful hour jtejc ttti .XTHft. iA Trtty of Locko'a writings during jQm wsr to tho groat oxcltevfvi cauted by tho dUcovury of flow- rfc-rre-d - Two Humorists Well Met. wlls ickn Ndtk the president "Oh, 1'vo ruined Itl What shall I They glareif tit each other much ns do? Virginia, do come herb! though they hail Just emerged from Oh, Virginia I" savage fastnesses, which they had,. Virginia ennio running from tho dinIn a bin city there ( On come ing room of the llttlo Hat where sho I Is not much time or Inclination to SELL ONLY THE FRESH cr.r.". i and Allno Cnrr had been keeping the social amenities. Neither liouso for two years. Iler face wati t'lnr.i Nlckoll. aged twelve, nor Tom Some Farmers Deliberately Impose on flushed, nnd her eyes wore wldo with Kller, fourteen, had ever heard of fright. Small Merchants by Giving them. "What In tho world Is tho matter, Goods Known to Be Stale. silt Clara's faded calico dress was child? Aro you hurt? What In It?" on ono shoulder and her liulr. braided (I)y A. Q. riUI.LIl'S, Kansas.) she exclaimed as she rushed Into In n tight little pigtail, tied with Selling crga 1h ono of tho handiest Allue's tiny bedroom nnd found that white twlno, hail net been combed ways for tho fanner to got a cash Fiii.'ill person in a sobbing heap on the and brushed that day. Her pale blue or trade return for his produce, during bod. "Allno, what have you dono? Come, eye.i Hashed murderously at her op- nil parts of tho year, nnd if he can dirty-face- d , ponent, who was Increase tho clllclcncy of the machin- dear, you mustn't cry. Allno, speak ery which produces nnd handles theso to mo." and wide of mouth. " ho eggs ho Is putting Into his pocket good "You Just say that again Allno lifted her face hard cash. threatened. nnd brushed buck a mass of thick Almost every housewife who 13 golden curls. "Just look at it! See Clara said It. Thereupon tho boy rushed at her, compelled to buy egga constantly what I'vo dono to my dress It's ruinprabl-eone wrist nud twisted It clamors for sonic method which sho ed! Oh, Virginia I can't go to the ferociously, meanwhile yanking her may pursuo In order to always get ball. What will Win think? What tow hair with the other hand. Clara fresh eggs. There Is no housewife will his mother think? was no docile victim. She saved her who has not some time or other had "Ink all over the front of my gown my pretty now gown! Isn't It Just breath and kicked with all her might, tho great displeasure of handling spoilterrible? There's no time to get anybut pain nt last conquered her. Aa ed or rotten eggs. This almost occurrence, with tho posslblo thing else. It It wasn't a fancy dress Tom Kller gave ono final, nwful wrench to her wrist and hurled her exception of tho winter months, prac- party, I could manage, but I can't go from him against tho fence she shut tically compels thoso who lecture nnd In Just an evening gown, nnd there Is her eyes tight to keep from shriek- carry on experiment station work to no posslblo way for mo to get oven a plead with tho farmers who produce domino to put over my pink frock." ing nloud. Again the pretty head was buried In the dlstanco she heard hla re- tho eggs to put onto tho market bet' in the pillow, and the slight form ot treating footsteps nnd yells of deri- ter produce. The egg loss each year Is enormous tho girl shook with sobs. sion. When he had turned tho corner Virginia looked with alarm and Inshe opened her eyes, moaned a trlllo nnd Is beyond nil reasonable justificaand blinked at her hand. Already the tion, and tho blamo lies, at least In terest at tho lovely fluffy frock flung wrist was swelling from tho sprain part, with tho farmer for tho following ' over a chair back. All over tho front and side was a dark blue stain, a big nnd her head throbbed from the yank- two reasons: First, somo fow farmers deliberate- blotchy stain that completely spoiled ing her hair had received. Clara's brows grew dark and lowering as sho ly tako to market eggs which they ,tho pretty laces nnd chiffon. Virginia knew that she looked on a stared at the corner which had swal- know are not fresh, becauso they know tragedy. Aline had been engaged to lowed up her assailant. Her expresWinston Scott Just two weeks. Sho i sion boded 111 for Tom Kller. was to meet his mother for the first Then she straggled on toward home, time that evening the mother who holding her wrist and paying no at'Would be critical, who was giving a tention to the tears which ran down costumed ball for Winston's sister, her checks and made little pathways nnd would expect great things from through the day's dust, her "I bet," she said onco with convicVirginia knew that Mrs. Scott was tion, "I bet he broke it! It feels like Eggs Should Be Packed In Neat Catet. not the Bort of a woman to look with It an' It wabbles sol" Home was up some stairs in the that the merchant is compelled to take favor upon her son's marriage with rear. Her mother did not look up as them or lose their trade. Second, and a girl who earned her own living; but Clara entered, being busy as usual by far the greatest reason, is because she knew Aline could win even the sternest woman's heart with her genover her perpetual washtub. of ignorance on the part of tho farmtle manner and sweet, loving disposi"You take up the baby," she or- er as to what and how to sell eggs. dered mechanically. As the crying When the hens on the farm are tion If she only had a chance. "Don't cry, little one. I think we kept on she whirled about heavily, producing enough eggs to warrant the Come along with questlonlngly. farmer's taking them to town, ar- lean fix It all right.something that will "I can't." Clara told her, holding rangements should bo made to handle .me. I may have out her swollen wrist. "Tom Kller, all of them properly. A convenient do as well as this shepherdess dress." Wonderingly, Aline followed Virho dono It" and clean place should bo provided-- , 'When you get licked I lick you wherein the hens can lay. The nat- ginia Into her room, where the older again," her mother promised. ural tendency of a hen is to go off girl knelt beside a large trunk taking Clara went out upon the stairs and in the weeds and make her nest. This things out of It until sho drew forth her face was ugly. This, too, had should not bo tolerated and any eggs a package wrapped In tissue paper. Tom Kller done to her. Vengeance, found in such places should bo marked Opening it, she held up a lovely crepe kimono, a real Japanese garment, of was growing in a flood. Resides the and kept at home. present pain there was the whipping When the clean, fresh eggs are tho palest shell pink, with cherry blospromised her, and her mother never bathercd they should be put in a soms embroidered over its surface so failed in her promise. Clara slowly clean, dry, cool place until marketed. that they looked as if some merry descended the stairs shiverine. Even though the place Is clean and summer breeze had scattered them She edged along out of the blast cool. If It Is not dry, molds, etc., will there. It was lined with dreamy and looked at her wrist dubiously In commence development and tho eggs satin. Allno gasped with joy. She could the distance nhe heard yells betoken will soon spoil. If tho eggs become ing warfare, and among them she damp and they happen to be in con- wear the lovely robe over her pink shrill tact with any colored material they slip and represent a daughter ot Jadistinguished Tom Klier's voice. will immediately become stained. pan. Virginia helped her to arrange her She began looking for a weapon Good egg cases in a cool, dry, clean pounced on a small but Jagged j place, kept up off of the floor, make hair with tiny fans and pretty pins. and eyes were penciled; a stone, which she clutched with a an excellent receptacle in which to Her brows and little rouge applied deftly to her tasto of her coming triumph. She and keep eggs previous to marketing. Refore these eggs are set aside for cheeks and lips gave her the piquant Tom had had frequent quarrels that dainty geisha girl. Interrupted their comradeship, buti market, they should be gone over by appearance of a "Where did you get this lovely today was the worst and she, the farmer as he collects them, and this of Virginia? How sweet of you felt nothing but hatred. It had been all small, stained, dirty, doubtful, in-- 1 kimono, eggs should be to lend It to me." .only a sort of community friendship cubator and rotten "I wore It once to a party five anyhow everybody w'ho lived oni removed. Small and dirty eggs, if gang that lives used Immediately, are Just as good as years ago," replied Virginia, and then their street hated the quickly changed the subject. on the next street as a duty and ehe large clear ones, but they will not It was nearly midnight when Aline on the market, and if sent and Tom were close neighbors. He sell well a secluded corner of the always grabbed the lion's share ot In with good eggs will spoil the trade. sank down In justh conservatory to "get her breath everything, and never by any chance Therefore, they should be kept and She had used at home. No eggs should be and think for a minute." was kind. Rut ho was the leader ol washed, for the packers clalmthey been a success. Mrs. Scott had retheir gang and she had given him will not keep well. All eggs from ceived her most graciously. Winston loyalty. over and oter how lovely Rut she hated him. She fingered stolen nests, whose freshness Is doubt- had told her his sister had admired lovingly in her red. rough ful, and all incubator eggs should she was, and the stone 6aid she was the fingers and her lips narrowed In an either be thrown away, boiled for the her costume and ballroom. It was chicks or used at home. They prettiest girl in the little unchlldllke way. almost time to unmask. She edged around tho corner of the should never be sent to market. RotShe leaned her head back on the building again out of sight and ten eggs need not be discussed. Any person who will send one to market cushions of the divan and closed her gripped tho stone hard. Luckily it eyes behind their satin mask. Sudhad been the left wrist he had in- deserves all the penalty possible from denly she was conscious ot some one law. the pure-foojured. There was the sound of many When eggs have been properly , sitting down beside her; then feet and, peering around the corner, "Virginia! At last I have found gathered, handled and kept previous Clara beheld tho redoubtable Tom to taking to market, the question you. 1 came late, and only caught Klier in full flight. you in tho crush. Why have sight Pursuing him were six of the gang of the number ot trips to town should you of hidden yourself from me, Virfrom the next street. Tom's face was be considered. In hot weather tho ginia?" led and he was panting; there .was eggs should bo marketed two or three "I beg your pardon. I am not Virmud on his torn clothes and he bore times per week, and oftener if pos- ginia. I suppose you mean Virginia sible. If that number of trips cannot evidence of rough usage. with a neighbor Taylor." And Allno quickly pulled off Tho gang had caught him off his bo made, mask, revealing her face to the own territory and started to punish and have him alternate days in tho her in monk's costume seated by her man nnd now it was Intent on catch- trips which must be made. him, In the fall and spring eggs should side. ing him to finish the job. If caught "Pardon me. I'm sorry I made the he would get all that was coming to' be marketed at least once a week. mistake but surely, that is It was him and pay up Clara's scoro as well Many buyers have had trouble in No- your kimono that led me to think you vember with eggs classed as "held as their own. were Miss Taylor. She has, or had Clara Xlckell raised her arm and eggs." These are common, because one just like It, most farmers believe that after frost the light of battle flashed in her eyes, "This Is Miss Taylor's kimono. She drying the tears. She leaned forward eggs will not rot so qujckly, but neverme wear It tonight because I spoillike a fmnll fury and hurled the theless they do evaporate and the air let my own dross." jagged Mono full at the leader of the cells In them 6how the candler that ed "You know Virginia? Tell me, Is pursuing crowd instoad of at Tom they aro stale. Therefore, the more often eggs ara she here?" Klior. Tho loader went down in a "No." heap ad his cohorts stumbled over marketed, the greater aro the chances "Rut I can find her! I am Jack him and fell In confusion. Tom flew that they will be good. Howard, an old friend; in fact, we around the corner and Joined Clara were engaged to be married, but after Make-Uin a sprint to safety of Broilers. a foolish quarrel I left for the west ueo. that was a bully throw'" he, A broilor bhould have a good, plump without seeing her, and 1 hae not gasped out to hor as they ran. j breast, broad back, clean yellow legs been able to find her since my return Ho grabbed her wrist to holp drag and yellow skin, and small comb. to New York. She was wearing her to safety, and, though It was the Such is tho American epicure's idoal kimono the last time I saw her. that Tell sprained one, sho did not cry out. but these requirements bar out such I can address her, please." Something fierce and warm was breeds as Brahmas, Cochins, Lang-shan- s, me whereyou "Don't think it would be best spreading from her heart all over her, ' or any crosses on them, on acVirginia and I have go to see wiping out her red anger against Tom. I count of the feathers on their legs. to apartmenther? which we share." an Private wrongs always vanish before They bar out all fowls, "That blessed kimono!" said Vira community war, though Clara was and put a damper on all large-comginia a week later as she laid It back I not aware of this scientific fact. birds like Leghorns, Minorcas, etc. ta the trunk. "To think I should bet "I'm glad," she said, "I'm glad we Such being the case, the Wyandottos packing it now for my honeymoon, licked that buuchl" have easy sailing; and, besides, being and you, Aline, are to be my maid o And then she clumped up the back quick growers are more desirable for j honor instead ot 1 yours." tain to meet her own licking. this purpose. e shock-headedtear-stainecon-Btadaughter-in-law-to-bI J d -J p I I , whlte-tclnned b HI MINE'S SOILED By GOWN J. N. NOWLAND. l COURIER - JOURNAL r ' I. For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the J jm COURIER- - JOURNAL I.oriviLi.i:. 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Ti,s iu.-,- a q'.iao ll. kvi.v. r.iioi .tjt.nj tas ;,, aun,I Intanttan ,,: j,u a.m u-15, ci 1913, .., renins hu ritv'wU.,! hU hufhiVl Hlte :i wi.H to mim, t,,0 ci Tor ivwi K. I lw,T,tfs furnltutt? L'm KM- Guard Your Children Against Bowel Trouble WUVrt t Loll ttij(1.i,i h"l- -!i-- !? ,y. Huej c.i 'i .Mi. Many children at an early age become constipated, and frequently to you Knoa Tmrii nvvl .Vwsr' serious consequences result. Not being able to realize his own con- lurs- m n rni n vi oVd t.'4xn In any of v minor aHm,m.U? T'v i' dition, a child's bowels should be ot ' constantly watched, and a gentle is U tan OVvil!tir'i.;n'. CnlJ laxative given when necessary. UmM). 1 rifiihV pv Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are arl r,i ur.if of tlw cjtl especially well adapted to women atiH Tli fliiMrcn w jntilVe. IT Is irtpi"' Co.., t as qaii-kiChristian Chanty, 531 Charles St.. u ? ty alt ,iaWs -- " uitum many cases of sickness say of them. Sympathy Unappreciated. 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'"fV .ll! tn wmvrmmmfmfiiJt' JTWWilyiiajMMi JIJSPIUII ;r IS rm 111 LISTENING TO THE CHIMES'; LJKCW I SOME THINGS TO EAT Mesoce of Those the Centuries Conveyed to Who Have Minds At. tuned to Hear. By NORA MAIL. Doubly Glad is the Man Who Smokes i I Pnrltlngton hml forgotten entirely s lhat ho had promised to meet for lunch, at l:lf nt Olbbonn' eltil). Therefore, ho mechanically extended n luncheon Invitation to the customer who had Just concluded a big order In IiIh office nt 12 o'clock. Then ho casually inform-his stenographer ns he passed out 'hat ho was stepping over to Rangs' cafo, across, the street. Tho customer was a large, beefy man. After considering Iris facial Glb-jonn d out-pos- ts or-'ler-td Instant Partington some raw oysters to start with, then a large steak, Med potatoes, a for nn . I A ;i ,4 salad and pumpkin pie. In tho middle of the salad ho was called to tho telephone. 'So sorry, Mr. Partington," said his ttenographer, "who was at the other end of the wire, "but I've just found that I overlooked a noto I had m&do to remind you that you wero 'lunching at lr. Gibbons club at 1:15 Glad to smoke this pure old Virginia and today!" North Carolina bright leaf with its natural Parklngtoa 'watched with positive n dislike the manner In which the tobacco taste. Aged and stemmed and then customer leisurely devoured granulated. Tucks quickly in the pipe rolls that lunch. lournfulness settled upon easily into a cigarette. his soul, for he Is a light eater and ho knew "that he should have to go With each sack a book of cigarette papers through the motions at least with FREE. Gibbons, because Gibbons Is a most free presAnd smokers are glad to get the Important man nnd when he .asks one to tak luncheon with him It Is some-ent coupons enclosed in each 5c sack. These thins that as a rule one casually mencoupons are good for a great variety of pleasing tions to one's friends. articles cameras, talking machines, balls, Shaking the beefy customer with skates, safety razors, china, furniture, toilet acute 'resentment Partington tore over'to Gibbons' club. articles, etc. Many things that will delight "Nice, brisk day," said Gibbons. old or young. "Gtves a man an appetite, eh, Partispecial offer, during Ai ngton? We'll have W3mo 'Of the club's February only, we will send our new illustra- - , famous soup. And theso "birds wlth ted catalog of these presents truDles are excellent. Tou 'like salad, with the roquefort FREE. Just send us Cheese dressing, I suppose? And some your name and address at their frozen paofthignnfl 'coffee and In every on a postal. cigars. Just a nice, plain little lunch. sack of Liggett Jf Myert And we can talk a"bout tthose ' bonds Duke's Mixture is one you want to sell ime.'" and a 'half ounces of Partington wanted 'to ;ell those 'splendid tobacco and ft lijonds very mtrdh, "He wrotild have free present coupon. 'been willing to B:t ground "glass to Cvufonitrcm Dott't Mixturtma? accomplish the sntle. 'Ground glass Ju jitutrff tart from HOR5E Hrould have "been preferable, ' because SHOE. J.T..T1NSLEY'S NATURAL TWIST, end am. LEAF. CHANCER It would have tiiken up Mess room MllVtmFOURROSES(a-- i ' than did his portion iof'tho"delectable .). PICK PLUG CUT, CIGARETTES. CUX CIGAluncheon fhrrt 'he Shared wlth his RETTES, ami atktr tall or toitmt host. Grimly lie 'opened 'Ws'jaws and tuvtdttul. Inserted food, gf lnily 'he aground Ms Premium DpL teeth toget'her'Hnd'Uwrillowed'the food In tho cotrrwefOf'tlRie. When he escaped from Gibbons St. LouU.IWo. Partington "had "reached "the stage where he could 'have written a long and adJectrvefllleH essayton the futll Ity and absurdity cof focU. 'He never again wanted 'to ree any triing to eat. He was ctmvlncH that 'be had had enough food ito .carry I Him through Jbe 'I'at'.'' At ti'ie JioVt turn of lha whatever wpan ro'f .veara iremained to In t!e ooi'ion Uefit. while tfi' wguVir n)it turn111: Uhu oorxk.T nw crasiin-- lm- him. ,) WHO AGREES WITH Vij fttaaV?, knonin .ap m?a IsVuhI, i Japanese Embalming. As he TotrnUed .Hie 'concer he was us a .SKtt wlw II nf. yifln(?a to a narrow aivd limited p.r?a Inthe-oldodays in Japan the; with a Shriek ofjjcy by three I pfrttln Ulhls oeiw THIS SCIENTIST? lV'on of pains f)r alx q;nts; tt'ic'i greeted One rJf' their. was from Part ter' tembalmer was successful ln nejar Mip seaooast. girls. i we miiva up ajiiln"t extraor-dlnarj- r ai'po inj:ieX a UUVe trntfvr boll wnlil iuiUltlpnu as to ington pdint'of view the. only girl In ;amount t of (preservation In the a?a Isp Oi)T)s 1wujIi, Jr., who hJi'l a W1 the woTld, 'and "the other two were nuit iqt(!ier-wlntom WiMch " ''' just PafKingtort'a sister and another todies ion vwhleh lw operated. 'The hill uajns. lit Wo dUfi t hfkvfi c)ip,?iJ boll wtv.vII dent.ra';-tlpilapau Chronicle draws . atteation t to Declares Chin Is Usless; Chatter- - tnidxi'U on .ciiy (n .face up risijta t girl who 'dldtrtieotnit. pl- Clrjre tHii'ilw, who ,tiajitrxv-- l "Oh, Blliyr cried hlsstfster. 'Tin case of 'this nature which has light in Kobe. Theop-eratio- n 1710 docwitnifent ilifis only one acre lboxes Yet To Bf tures oX U'le Ms?i w;itr for iiit'e. AVo so .glad we imet yoa! 'We've been oa.,nui1"lU" of llaying .oct a puhlic rpavk of Uie .rarJety Mils tired to Ci'irep and liw;rMl on lupin)? to shopping 'all ray au;J are there dneiuded. the rremoval of Eojue the maaHtiy oX si"Tl Willi le llmenl. Heard From. - deathand ihadia-horrlluacbeon and AflnKM mfely .tlfi'fili 1U10 GeoiRM igraves o( thoAoyaiaa family. .Two U wtU be dUtributnl ,frri of nosit to Okoi-w- j Jo4i- - won't you iplease'take us .f o tea at awhllo, bdi'y to Juitt M onpened belonging to did U'jVVtfJni's to W10 bw'eni'j'-Xlv- e tnunj'.les Bowers' new $ lace? They isay' lt: Is Staves Nwere dalmye who 'were ifaurled about .2C0 In lt'e 4utJuvest-n- i Nbi, wlio iiyv u.s a. iffiii a.Uut .ls sptetlon o,f tha 20. "WVxU t your chin Lm,Vi, Jan. rx.n nice. That's iBdoaf!" ago. fThe graves consisted c( H.iaf.p, itiwp cotton c!uU lia-oil wIN. .Vlcr Riflt-'r"DellKnted-,satd Partington. He stone cells with large coffins 11 uukHi raVrtl ti 1tr1" it tfu 1'ttls lifnrtf.9 tULjlttJivi was looidng.atUh'e-ortlhim we glrl-whhe containing inser cofllus of earthen- bc?n organise. ponpuiX'ii of Wvp most article Uy S'jrr ilMy l4vmv-p- r. wlio t'KHt) muil ,U:tll & its plojilo-s- , spoke. 3t .seemed ta him, in his ware. 'On the spaces between the to fUtli Vntit, who tnff lie the inntaKiiit Ruyd iilm. T.lien v.m v iW"li state oT iroinA.'" after ho ?iiad his oell avails and the wooden coffins beSftu'e L?jiarit,;iwt?t Qf Kntixnm'osv un KianWivJ or w,9 to flail tiy In UIVI.M wimrtTSJ, a Gorsf) lteJll, wl.. charw Seated .at 'Bcwera', that it ing. opened thoae present were much fct flsfit on. the IjoU ,iv:WI, v,iUii uiTja! rt;jl'i Jiho lOln li'jtn t'rait :wn jVii.vm'Y'ii1 was amarlng what an appetite even surprised wvxi tiiL. i.bV "' '',, to see that the bodies were, Is oxpsitcJ Uj watfir jtlifl B'oai'ia fpo'ii only t k,Ajcn.,t tin the onlr girl ,cou"d havo. , , nat- In a statu; of perfect preservation, hav VMS. nf nisn-- i "Tfip tort t.'vit miiilwii-riiifti.s,v U3 '4VJV1 u,crs.vtiii.',Hw)un ajt'i ural for oue'a sister ami her friend ing all ho appearand- - of wax fig-- Affit'WtiA In Sir. (Wotpliam H'suqju that who didn't count fto ordr sanfiwlches M olilnH ;u! Miv. fru of an uia c)vk Jio bus urt. The old Amagasakl lords lay in1 will Ito Jlt.rll(iite-flVnjr to hi . i!.6;i to jvcatr. AHs;t apparently .bythe dozec, but'Lo was almost lifelike if leshnesi. Several val thJs jvjiv vu-lcltin; nuiiH, wliotw hvmV fflltttrnlly ?caJJ pained and .grleveC tosaa thattVIuriel uaUe iperuonal lbolongines were oiirp eotxon IvSt ofia wiU retoivieir tfw taiiivl, lt la:i wviy JMV Ls wr twfl'wi fin inr found lu """iiw :," VI I'e was not far behind. .. . ' 1... , !.!.. . In the 'graves, ilncludltg two long sult bo'JIi liii JVpUtama V) dlmaco an I to vtri-11'Vi.t.lfii IlIlilJ Vrtiil KUUi. tt '" Ml i "You are mot . eating, rlllly," 'Muriel sworda, .vomeaVi bttlr ornaments, jipat WJ he wt u inoio "'hrr. l'Vti'.uM Jlais ncrci: nl'1'1 .u!r llty of lil ,wvk ov ,t!i Wtr. Kiim IIi'ij. aVi"a said reproachfully. "Here I'll pick gold Jamof Ute utiiVJ. llV",,r :fl aa out the very mlcest jandwtch ofeach boxoi for ipocket Snkstomss, etc 2xd v!iaWe .ut'ln',,te a ,,1,3, !lu tUit tfie o'.Jn h il yaeals, brusbee, TIMiNUvlii of pmiiKls of. iPM J flnj'ii ' fl!1 a" l"'?,r U"r's AU"'' many kinds are don Globe.vritlne ' Kl''-wl.r kind for KlM' lb? rlVW iUMi.&w .ox it reals ta.'U to tlw wilt 0j!!'?Ufu hivu (there five? And 'yi-- mu.it have an- K"'W ""' 0f,"r"'5 A'lil--- " l"' anil .W.to-e- : bepp llKtrlbiU(tl yii"ouRr)ut tt.e "r ";.' and tiihiKOn w. pother cup of tea! Taste these al- If . ".Ul naIiiiiiIh M.it 1....,whv lim 1, stufa fnw of Qotil by tfitf monds Kit 'Citnon, Soys' Nero. Vw eTTln iril". TArfr WI" .L., .a .Mlanft fo.wwl pf fdnii(?as' Institute IW.ie "And the pnesorved stuff Is fln!" A notable Jkoys' hero of the ut liuit' ';e0J5 " Wam'01" m1 lded Partington's sister,-- aervlngiMm eration not .entirely forgotten last gen- bto aIV.v tf.,:H"i lo mmh Ut'ly yet wxa hcll to explain Uip worlc. .nia In u" l"l- - w'"PJ of .VUftta lr,n- with a generous spoonful. tint would ,H'1Wlrt. U bnrom Christopher Carson, popularly knows fiie jiet U"C oX .tAvunty-Xlv- e I'm "' "N" -- '. .vWUW "You must ito iplease .me," beg as Kit Carson, who was bom in Ken- cpfintres In Vu,Ji Gtoiija, JuM ust of nivoli. wtlU'flt iiwh u .0 iu bmw,- "c " WTi aii.i u in a ged Muriel. "Yw work too hard an ana """' jSJucon uft Miliwt owl T3W l tucky, Decembnr .24, 1S09, removed U Vi'aBe wi'irne tjlw work Itfui already liesn falret oji our offlco 1k? and .winit v. I (don't like to Me you Uook-pale!"' Missouri while .a child and became ,a diW?, W.IU be wnxanlnl Vj lUikrjij', h!e J't!t M",JW ercit aniJ It mit boll rwhteU IAr. Oenise Kmlir- was tt,ina-In- ? Partington fled at the olose of the famous hunter, trapper, scout and In--1 V(Wli tvfUHtVini. an txnl aii'st) pvtir Sr. tea party and at ho fled be .bated the uiau ugaier. iv.01. jonn u. fa,- - rw t' tos,tJi pto.v man to ! tUipr Wfiyp 8tate Gt3irg.j Ipolln, Grpv3 Hbjtviii.tjn ;n I wontd more than ever- Once he tused him aa a ulde .to his esplora-- n tfiV and Bn.'7Jiwlojcy i Vievow a awl VwJ"''' mijv(1 fiant tfw Df ajis t crosted the street to avol walking by itlons and later ia waa' very Mirvice- Cliriioll wip luukUu op. .i"o jfprw a nitut with a wUninikeJ Juw l a restaurant with things to eat tn Ua ihble to the government In, making to fl'if ttiiviVJif of OeinrBla J3,().a)0 to see la,jia?ij j,p'. unun'clotwiwou tuit! iMulreantS jimiionth! tin'n yenn kby (V)ftlonUvi itul window. His head ached and he treaties with the Uadlans. During the PJ.TOOjXI i Gould you UVuim u w,liy v.9 Wyip ,a nmn vlUm. ,Tliat' made a bet with aim self that he Ckril war he rendered great service to fiunlnlns lutornvitiliiii as to fttsy (iirl could pass himself off aa a stuffed the Union ln New Mexico, Colorado lie6ir('pVit-tv iw.'WJii'M l J'SEU.v a inmn .wit'wjt inilll( of ooriV.ul'U!in Kotify Us. animal &l any museuaa without the and the Indian territory, and was brer-ette- d plXt niitjs ana dlrfit-Onla iItiU cJUn m vin'vhi a mind Efry wek ,W3 riyhe fir.i eorni slightest trouble. FeeUag worse evbrigadier general in 1867. He vis rurtltwr HJw a sliwip, wrltj'nut dqViim,1na-tVJIn (Ui.U way han t bt?wi poiilltlt suUiilwr a i Juut't ery Inattuit, he gave us the Idea of ited Washington with a deputation et to il'jvelop .tAerfett tllvt , ditJicyitt q!iprwM4r. fiitlts In Unr(,-I- i. Indlajjs, and afterward maV a tour lJen rw,9lilns tliw pajwir ,fQr a)ie Uiu, the office And went hoaae. jrwient the Jiuk-I- ii AJi!ilu j'pu'.wJU )jtd .Cli,aJibjjr. Upon liiVtHtnttop wfs tiivl ftluut the As he stepped Inside the hall bis of the states with them. H died la ajiid Prptfl ns lont?Ko,r oX ii oX irops, )wuii (eneiB In Colorado May 23, 1868. .uJIajls the naUacirllwr Jias vham;;a Ills a,Jiltn-mother leaned over the bannisters. laVna Ji'nl,iiKi.t exMllcnt. U anl cpnunoljllDK thxi). "Oh. Dllry!" she said. "I'm glad pain, nenvvve Mie sarewtw. ajnrl bo.01 (notify ua. iTqr UmVt you came early so you In ! npile,r Uullntln, ilr. WfHTiiaui'B iwqtvs ti'ie W.rta ,tn a JiwCWiy xviai-tlo- w answwt that witwirvwcir a olianjie U hurry about dressing! won't hare to fkifl Selling utt,3i'i Mrs. Rinks Mr sale unad'J ir7yfy .tho IlttsVftKW uitUva 2i BJMl ty cwit olil telephoned The possible customer Yon claim oiJoih, JiW lsuod, (ii3 tr;vtl t tliio aa hour ago aald she tlu (vuitry nnd 1ih )wi ,by .VU lrn.Uiw. adOresa ani Uie rostmiKtv will notify couldn't And yow at your office to ask this ia a genuine Turkish rag, do you? Uai uil The Wily Dealer KEt eea true, ma- oX mutftilul vAlue tn nj.ny ciVr htsttwf. uj. It U iUi i)Uty of H.viiy I'qiUuantt-- r If you would fill In at one of her big rug is very genuine Turk- U 4 i:urnlhtl free t alt apjUlwnt. "By fiwxge." dinner parties tonight. to wtlfy u JX a pany ramalim Some man dam. Zee ish. Tio re-wfiiitlfr Gewjrfaiij or iwtf. "I IV UtllMn ot JJori;-ant- o tlv?y Uo ivt utually do has been called out of town suddenly. Tiw but The Customer It looks old and rag- spiilear mtfockB pmil iU tkinibi of Of course, it being Mrs. Blnki, I told vwi: 10, .(VxJxwVaUy u jJie piniaH cata of- rar you would be delighted. You ged. Just see that stain and these vrfflAVn. paiitlculaxly In lrfv'iuuij.''. ' Aa .vie who uowllntf aJw to our Ilces know she gives such wonderful af- holes!" uivJ and Jlr. (Wwrfwn' we ,tWK I nvoratViK . iwnqtwa Uwj tlur The Dealer Yes, madame. Zat ees fairs. jxmsUi'jj to It wfuut U'J ti si 1 mciiiia sf .h.v Vle iwho wainjUtl l se proof. It shows tat se rug ees vary uxiAii It up mUi Um-"Now, Billy Partington, whatever nfiM pott. frmn ilm. Turkey rug. Look, madame. meiilpJ dUCbuiUy ajiil of. 'j si'J us am "nihility bu'jJ juoLv.' Mill, Au., ,wfto t O. J. W&tn 1Vi'M In the world abould make you glare genuineyou imivh a What call se stain ess powder He nfnw lrt riuly Jour Al 4 w'ii'ir if Wo Bit (vvay trom ii'"1 Mrl f,',"'k it me like that?" Chicago Dally burn, and all ze boles are bullet holes I aUulUir tiulletJn on tfij i:Iffkoit, elOIJineii. Alra. ,M.MiUn (vo,rjl of News. tv.i UU we (tutnfolel l)mt u fiw flUiiu KlMV un-JtliWk Vary genuine Turkey rug, direct from bmtiKlut Jwro Xim 1V"I M'J vfW WViCiJ a aV'ifufi tnwu'jh a.n.1 ctn,'.tpa.:oti by JUIdliut UiWa ce seat of war. Only ninety dollars, wWoli h,wi 141 fWtv (Vu'i- iv..tv Q'wnbwlain'u v'lijl8 p.:tw Ovi wcn Many a nun who has hope for madame. tfyjw of tntlwwo atifl ,U1 til maUnrn. ,ana n')W iconniifla ajj In ,Vw ,j n breakfast haa disappointment for suphint ad tr'w ol 1U"J; 1"1 wr ja: M The customer promptly softens and f Ahi ruVrii per. .n publtf?. SpusU by all iWitV1 wrp HW3 Ul fvUvUi .t ,)( W.IM wiUt OeoirKo .'lliyinr pays the price. wJili('i l)"it ! i Qvitarwtftm Ooiisstn-s- . ,k "Wliy 'Wif 0 Ca)l fjnj, M ; a little Hone SkM. TmtiM, I V i0 January and 1 4 S!Kfcifc- -t mjft F9kXX.9.-:i?l-'Jr.ifto--lJ i PIED-MON- T sasiifiL WiVZMkV Sitting In tho village churchyard, while tho children play with floweM upon tho sodded grass, and the slow gossips saunter past tho gate and the ovonlng sunshine breaks In through the golden shower of the laburnums and rests peacefully on the worn headstone, the chiming of the bells trembles through tile nlr like speech of llvlnjt voices. What histories of human life have they not witnessed up In that gray tower among the Ivy! 9HaJaBHar9avrilTnaTfrjK What fears and Jealousies, what greed nnd passion nnd awful sins, handed Px!ifttw?iTnByipffffi frnraff down In whispers of dark tradition, havo they not rung In and out at . baptism and wedding and funeral! What mysteries nre sealed under theso tombs, but no mysteries to them! How they have chimed for every one that Is burled round, and mixed with their thoughts, and wanPTiSianaaTHMaTHHn!JaTBaTMaaTiH dered with them through other lands, and come to them In dreams; dying ixo County children have heard them call to heaven; have lingered sweetly In the i.ininroiiAi HARTFORD. ears of happy brides; lonely fathers have wept with them for the dead; Emnzmniixa the have softened tbo prodlcal's heart In a far country; they have rung like the voice of peace through the din iMMHasinini of battle; they have startled the wicked thought nnd palsied tho wicked hand, and there they peal still, out of the past Into the present, over the MHn'11 ln 1910' nr- " Discovery Eliminates The dead and over the living. It Is only a Ibsen lonpi?,d Uy ai3Jvi'ii)tnrtJit op Vup- BOH WeeVll. Tieal of bells, and we have heard them jnun of ,Vw KxwuUvp OonvTlWyy ;a thousand times, and nobody thinks Jajnuiiiry 22.TtV GWi t'ie Naomal OoiTwirtmyon Ml,nta, QonGftura c of them; but yet all this, and a great Si,irB D,pairti-jii- t BiVn-.rJoR,! an - ' account o,f Ufa l!rt,3r,cwt In apd eOJcta. deal more is In them. William F. ujevtfupnient In .behalf of Uiie aiseovciry and paippfsirJS Stevenson. oX a. statin o,f cotton fiat will moot along upd JtordictiUfar" boll wenvU IJmit .will mrt voa'JUor.n by lins. not onjy In Grnsla. but lluuurfa- l(:al out yw South. airlr maAurtty; SETTLED STATUS OF POET'w'"'PaftiU-wJpr wilt mea)7o, anj w.ll resist $100 Reward S'lOO." Douglas Jen-old'Verdict Will Be In- - which at rm?.vo.tllnB prJerp w4U Ir,lti3 nar,Vr wta Thp tjeadprs o,f .U1I3 dorsed by Many Who Have Tried arofinl 20 ffitS U pounJ n Uip marke-t- . . to Read Browning. m,i... t ,wm PM1 tu leaim tint .thiar Jn n ,VfA exnenrinvW made . by! dJlefl dlsflp tfiat nt TlrthoW Ttrtirntna- - f.i tomiU f Tho stat WwvVo8b,t p. U AVK.i bptti bJjJs to cui.tj In ail its. ffajUM. among aa which are in great ,Cuttr-Cur.IIpil" Is ' ntcullar Q'.a:s KpruVMm a,nd that aopthpflp. fpw hut TfinHnim to hfl ' Is Vie only pos'tlvp npw Isnmz. vacaviar to the general public, probably prwnlspa Ao bje Wie lircpt to the rnflllcal fruV.mri'lty. Cafturtv jkwaur received their keenest criticism frost riety In t.lve woria. Douglas Jerrold half a century ago. iWfiUp GpjQla nilfriit have pvjt the a qanstltuitlqnat dlaeae, ?rtulirBa a. c B,l)tU(Uonal tfeatnicni.. r HaU'ti Cpfjtmxi-CjurJerrold was recovering from a violent advance oX Uhp boU weevil (wlt(i ax'Apap dS- Illness when a copy of Browning's matuflna vaiietjetf, paftlcuVirly is taken Into bjooa "Bordello" fell into the hands of the une of Ui,?ae knoiwn was nubjecit tip Tpc,Uy mnO(n and piujpjw- convalescent. He began to read, hut of .thie sjistam. ftht?iriejty l&-- tfiw wilt OJsenlfv;. It vtas not a complete idea could he get from .Bhe foutJA'ton of &!ie to giat n a'ialn iwftluh t,'itrf7rf?, that mystic production. The thought llvi'ng tli(e .pAlltxit atreivitf then struck him that he had lost his would JiiiRt ba.-- coil.Vitlotis. T)hls .Mr. aind i (has done by Ksi'P- - bulIOin,s np Vn jqnstlt.ujt!fln pind ofisiat reason during his 'Illness. Filled with agony, a perspiration burst from Ills tlon I'ps atapla wWi Dixie, an ciarly,"1- - nwv "' 'w vi ' rfir brow. At that moment his wife enter- iHaiirn'unK .tnmrta vrUtv. .and tli Petiws Jiave so mu!i ral,U to OcK-- i , r ounajUiTs ed the room. "Jteadthle, my dear," he li'i'lt U am novcra tfcflA jUipy oXCer loing H'wpls any qaae .tliafc- - ;., cried out, (thrusting 'the volume dnto widish mpWues qiipimi,.lviely ii.rly, re- - Hunilrerf .Dollars . tor hands. .After several attempts her tpdi (Lo pure, wl fori Ltt of to wake .any sense out of it, as Jer Rbts itfie lltii?kirao!t nnii has a utroiiK. rold related, she returned It, saying, fin,?, lians iftxvle, pviklng iX of far (iwfe Adft-pF-P. J. CII ETH4r & CO., Xo'fliV -I don't un- vrafie ti'.wi eivtn Wie hlslvnit a Piles Bother the gibberish! Ohio. derstand :a word of It!" "Thank oX rfnimt ftpte cvcu'.iWw f Sold by ull Dpuggi'pjp, ".ip heaven," 'exclaimed Jerrold, "then 3 t bMiUty a,bijut tjlv? nw vaplety 4st;an:id lot; after all!" 1kn JiaM'a . t'AmHy.,..i,psac aam- - . li that fit will g'.aiv almost, aniy.wilier ' . n cqnrt'Tv-aliOin,- ftsrl-'ultur- Mick-i-ooi- t s .,i .i,-k.i,- e a ta-vo- r . e ea-rl- Int'ii-najl- at-tu- rk lnj; dlaiv tr Wf)ri!l'.-fi)n- , ,pal&-monW- s.l . as T,l-f- HUppjtiafu f - Chinese Change ll-jn- g Manners. i -- !(' aj Ivoing. A col3 oCinvmoc A hptf bram ued' by Pr.q?Idmt Yiwn SU-ka- L of qhlna, Injcludlng' tjie f)oiloiASs 1. T,a bo-w.- n. - a salute, ' ; fcaWe off thf) - lit &u,ot psA. t Z. u.t Jimiptjn'flnt oertTnvJinfea,'njul-. sr Ce- funn'.cuV, nairrlaea -- , aiy UvltVs, tatkie off .the Irait and bow timet ttniw. 3. iA-cqreniofile tabt tS. Vi 1'nt lartl bow onps. ,, t ' , en ' - Jiit-tU'- off -- Jl s Wi'ipn tJieftlncf In fchp lreit Jia,t .witliout faorAliiff. 5. WniriM ;ivust ofay ariUcJiea 1 4.- - Mi' fid m Mh? but itjy un-d- WiII4 not tlecro-- trxkrJ off Wiielr Bile kt.-u- l Wt,,,fJ!' -- st TIi3 XIvos (Jtyt Jt,i i Afir It-a- s man's wqmen's coHduirtea- - il '" 1 ... - it ulf lti m-J- ytt--iho- w pV-nt- -- "' i01"' '' 'f oJxf-aidi- 111., an ImHin Nenr- Itoh'.-lle- , Wf Bleep on a. rjxlroid trcuck. and r,a lilX--2: U-- l by tht ipjil xpres?. Ho Cve with 'his lite. OCtnn tta fvnr way. wjien ivwla n?lect qoimlia oolda. Don't risk yiuur HC9 wilo DmrcttT me of Dr. King's N.qw Dlacoiiory" ;wiIT cure tliiim and o ipraviont a Indian Killed on Track. O 1 sail huj-J-rnl- . et lii "Ji-Tf-- tuJ, Inns trouble. "It ouined inve, In. o (Vurt tjlmp, of a. tefrtWl.'-caugwiAt follotwiu a uetvtMU of Gilp," writes J. It. iWatts, Tlejc., "ajid I isffa.'nwd 15 a pvit weitelii (fiat I had lot." Qulufc, a3v. reliable and suartuiit,QeI. JO: and bottle free at all drugffCsU- r- . nv throat ocul!fl,' diu3fi' )5Ttfu SIT-Tri- H rwn'-niijjt- tT- elW-'J- y n, n. lf't a M UhmLmmmOli Nothing is more Imsortanl In. the boms than clear, lujnb lusura tau uy geitm.' me on iuut aurui clear aid clean without ft. nicker down last dropt ennnylvanU. crude oil retlnd tn perfection. Coats no more than tha tanlivwason kind saves MONlsm eyes. avei Huiut-sav- e-j Your dealer has 301 ma-OI- l tn barrels direct ra one, works. str-adto-th- e. iT Smvts Eyes la-n- 'n eo-ttf- exns-rlnwrjl- -- i3 q'.j-n"i- i j Clus. !VYs C. Stall Oil Co. M f"1'' 1 l. 1 Refinery at JVarren, sell the celebrated Carb" Auto Oil. LealsvlUe. Ky.' IX "N t ''J y.i . ii ajhsirtsli Jf,-- fcll .1 .rM ifsTlnjfiii' rt'fcrsah! ' .A trn&btJ . JgSa9 iwliiiNMi.'WiMI''''1'.1 niHMMPt'LUJ" j- - i'4A-- J JJ "r'T''V py '! ITT f tnvuury arils pinty 1oa? li-'t is Grmt rUuuVrn Klro Inu'wc o' Chnwwty. He l asking 4V ruih or t thf I'oMotriw Knt rrd nttcrJIng to law as ihV oiimWffln on Uy k nil lUrtlonl, Ky., M mall mutter ot the frond vrlrl while lve was pneut nt f tlio lM. ljJ.rt o'WW oonwiny. I.vk liki- - tli, STUknts any too (x.. "'J'vny Uuv' C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER wfiole liFxp m ownid it(ie wci.tJ EDITORS narcjord Republican. OFFICIALS WHO Mil DIED IN OFFICE Five Presidents and Seven Vice-Presidents. tn fli'I .1iV iliU'W Jhll oall mil orfloa wii.tlnc fnr lif'n ',n uni of ! i o- - Ajiclitenl, It would lr well Our tl to lull ,',s "I.tus of the j lll.lnfkiuni-' of w run ti mav b d -- . Listen! You will ' jrild In timMh 1 ti'nt IIAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER tutu?. It loiks like it In ueles lo attempt to keep the Jlirtford 11raM In jroid to humor. Uusl Mir It wns lriilin tnul Mtm all communication all during Hie campa'sn it tt'is IWll Hartford Republican. Morn?, tiPiaiv9 Uwy would not ptanl Mv Itfic'o with the Tntt people. N NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Is .some piiyptct of a union ot t'o tw n new Sobrtber dmlrlng th pnirr t to " ddrww tnutt give the old addrn In matlni? tbe clnwMis on a coiinty tlckot tV " QSMt. all Is rtertln displeased. It U aqalnl' UMOlldted nmnnfcrlpts will not be returned fuon I'thojgh in Jtlie pist It sup- BlaM accompanied by imftace. ivlou, times coanly tickets Pij tpl IU Anonyinonn communications will receive no mad up of Democrat" u.ml populists. Attention. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. I MOUfll 3lTTP. ..... .... FJUDA.Y, 7ELBFS02TS. FUUIIUAUY 13 DR. FRIEDMANN'S CURE. A f(w Announcements. offeccil for hi to bj D- -. tui nNspipe."H t,'int a New Yoik banker jlia,! Dr. Prleil'iiann it niHllon lollais one, If sucli U w(iUI piw dvs no on lnstlpati)n. a,i-e TVJ to b'lls Krledminn Jn, FOlt COUNTY JL'IXIB. lountry to .vcfit Uils ortr. If thH L. Is true It a "We are authm Izeri to aninourne ug- t!ip 'ems to Justify Ky., rputa jrestbm tf TJw loa mjj of thp B. TtCJHENOlt oif JlarUo-c- l, 5, as a candidate for the Dimourut'c AIcylLctl Aasoclat'oii tlint Ur noirUn.iUo.il for the oftlue of Counts'' Trie lniann .typeurvl jnoro to , Judge of Ohio cpunty, su'ojtict to tfi i f r uniu to V'l" Prlmmy, a,ctlon of tho GiJKi-a- l J 'a cmintiy to put tuMUn, nt In .i Ausiust J. UU. Ij b crtii-'It are t tliero A.ni-o-lcIlo-.?Ot'iej-wUey, n-- fie effec stin'ol tor Ust tfi.tt In Grnuio? Or l million ilo!Itr? On filx a Je.rsy, Nof-'d'e- r .1,1.1 21st, lini-? "Wis autlwrted it. aanmnce C rla! In the Vnlt.nl vtai lis lyw tie firm rs of t, ir WVsi 1 Ms wo. Is S. b lernian of New York, who ' m j it Ky., as .1 North wNly and trt t'lriit, n .h P. Turner of Unrtf-Jitl- . i will Ju1jt;tss be liandleI li the Jistpes pisN'nl awiiy. tor the Democratic njiv.ntiUuii wwit i ejie mo e sjnsatlojiallj t'l.in liltfyti'ii ii,i,, 1V.1 u Wln he died Clinton wis 73 ;e in hoi;, no- - In , for ti'ie office ot Jal'r ut O ilo mm-ty1113U pro'lmitw r Apptrentl hid trauiie-ihm I iV. 1'j ' of n.5", Grry wan "0, Klnt; , i 07. Cu' ti"j of Tovis, hi .iyx, .iiv ti;n su'llset to tli- - action ot Ike Ga.i-er- the fmnitUffilloji of liu i,en4f'r iv ij"1 st, u, l.i. Vl!on wus iv;, Ilondrlcks Prima, y, Saturday, August 2, l''U. ajilnst It ,nrt ., ,llv nii y, on ti.e ot'itr siiK. ill U on was uo an I Shminn tint Jut this? finurs IntiyvtU.I Jn uiwt i.(i,iii p.isd his fifty sfiiit,li br(VM. AVIth I'OR JAIUUIt. c nilon ot ll"lr1' k., w. w wai Tii'l won't stand n" JVw-Tti- 'i autnoriz, d o anp.oii;i(.e JOHN We A9 trtrts, and l wms t Hi' Saoirh-lrls'- i, TO FUSION. AS mu 'i t'iii which Is of ei A. DANIKI., ot II inifoul, ivy., is u ton alnilrijsttititlii.n lo ktvow It fie iiinie t'llnir as Jlueli ivs bjn Niid in,l wn,tt, ii;n S'iioi for tii D'vnoc&al.c noin nai'li He iiy.s i' nlUi li 4i, tihtvy wiy all of iKrulii'i TJiarnlnrf tV tj'llnsis , ,t, for the office of JalWr of Oilo Soutji .Viei !u r ,,, an crted aitioii j.i They uiiv all nJo ixn of ninny lin'i o' subjecit to tfii' of Lho i Umtl'ifM f th,-V iIsmI Cfj.ii'y 041,1 cl .is fi ek'ciluis In ,ICintiiiky vrl no mun iiMlttIi tt SJ.tu"dny wVnust 2, 19H. Tiie dlVil'me ltnv.ji joflt anl liw j tl.,s j,i.r bAtw-t- n anout liio.ni Ui" l'roqr i'slo- - lit nin who ha.e written hiMliif-.ss- , t(V" cttt'Je li,. SIV)) is tl, an I li bate a'Jicr Huntley. Anion if a Uil'Js since olo-- . diuisri.'Mtsly ov u nu )v If tuny ow PuVon Js like niitrrj .Mo e of it'unni dtil I'd' piirt wi u ill fu'on ils viJV'ntlj opened as 1 ail.is farnors lo mm y t'liin mik- tn- - In vj t.ll a i V tlio null w,m aniit5 ViJ lJiln,' Jut as lv I PFiani nwtil polute ti 1 rfre.sslei in. fcil'ili-- f aitt fir rte ,iitukts iwt, tVy ture t'uil stre to lmnj. 1. is now t'uit ,'i Vf4l, f Viflt li t'Vts It Is hip'ily- 1V.SJ1 oUfl CJV.IT. o I'rTir.a.Ju In ea,VJi. n- ii o.uttlj th, dad. U'kui w ai-to aJntt. ilnel tly connnk-sVj0'i,p cj.nt Gy zr Cllnlon of Jfn' PlTV.ll.'tH, ,MIJS (.'UH'jn. No jKiii'.y wVoli lias eLs!,'.l 'n Theie forjii of soiiJrjimtnd to jimn'we Jir York, w.'u wu our OAura'-- y luis bean ntli3l frtc ii mlti "ltut did not tfre Uni'mrits of '1t...s affairs, and It Js nomliis top le, for . JeCfn-o- n ir as aiiivtfi ot It Xro.ni "IainVi p.'i. lb'i vlte sun'i action at soiiie pliti1 a- - tliifs. 12ei Tliom-iiv Is rrprfanpd In tli li oi,Tfiti'i Itjt itl'nJ ifain1"!' 'ill'"!"' nwe liRis a.rl tiie Dennoeiats ajiJ UpubJkiuis ftis In Mi.rMi lt.1i. IS"1, uid with Jmivs puty?'' uiikod oif iiinn w'o w.i.nt'sl b, way to n taw toibanJ 'H io.t U on Maljson WKA I a.U AU10I1 i:;i, 1WJ, to .vp :1 r oilier to d,ffnt tie Sxilalmto In et"tli3 UiU e. iir troubV-n- ir iistUn. Tie old PojiuliMt pa- -t ajid ito JOtfi, 1MJ, wbtn Up UeI walli u'ut T.'ie Jude Conan i bit Jud(.7 ropllHl uh it iVis I) rn s " fui of his whimiI tern In his D'rrttTu.'s fmvd In v rtiln plan's ,111 Am ?ifu.vai2nn.t IVni'pruij'c lCffIla,turo of Tevis .always o. Xv s to .111 re. Clinton wad a nvin "f tl3kdt, Jiut tht-hoe eodten Kentucky .fUuwcfS In U':k In other pilots thp Ifpubitk-.ui,io vt j"ttejid to In a sVipe tiut It nuy iquiu an cxtia I'iTvjSI'I'h ppVel Iti'ielr stn?nsti. Jit juch fia Ji'sheat olni;ricter and of 'lon,e; an I n,s .tivlng for Pnu-'ITu'Onev Mir'cl eparence In the public tr'i!ce. lns,'nrfp it vna auppotvl to b In the jts3i M) nxlrt itfie ta nati dll imt ,nte fljr qVit part of U i Interest of be,tter "rule. This jlar all Thinn tinere was KllirltUe Oiqrry o' at leat-- t jiot In agi ! fully pniparrd may be iiMu' WH ha,fi no fuiult to iflnil wlt'i .1 flur fllsctlonfl Jn mtuolty Some Facts About the Parcel Masachusjtts. ,wlio l,led wilille J101 aiirs Joul Tjtid t'i wint tltey pro.t and nnakc In Taan. p'-lcan qiibV'on of fusjoji M3 Tl n a3ti!wt w yjjor jris'di n.t'al tUly 1UIWUM, ,.,lujvJ.' 11" the iqSflofl of a,s tlje far Post. It Is the same old st,-on,t to Its nttual Tihe Dno-citit- s makp it lelfa'Ut like the was a g;njuaite of Harvard mud muile M11e, it byit !ut t J,s tMrxyn twJ, ladiiosas party if Tia.s are In fy,,qr uf po on piym-HiAll Dmli claH mall matter, iiilu.l-Ln- e excT-u 1ib tlnu 1'1,'ft tp tiv va.rlous connity ajnid city a iiwst iicplleint fltart In statosmjin- awle. Six iiJ"a woiii'J ot fsi nts ttor iij'ks otlw o,wpt 4nt piorhycts not In post sUimps myih (Cvnpi l1) farm uivl factory ithiysls, J,t U not a tnittor to ship .wlirOT hi submittl ta- Vin,4Slts. It p the kind jf now cmtMuped by Jaw In tho flnsf, bs mtrixrll. d far (the ,M. A. desxiw, .dlsciselus tl.e Tbe menu wimn tuxui.e ,1.1 (rwitliitcs, to trsulavd by e Stiate Ciintrit Qo.o-ml- tt No foiirt,!i 1I.1KS nuVmr IU hj n.lmlU. or third chwv, not oxte-ilin- K rJsC of ,tihe pqopte to lortnle ruinous medicine .they wwit to sine to olfojj. i. .wlA'put dolntf areat vlonpie tj (be www oi" Vifi wo,T'n. "lli'iy (wioTt not tho pquiida In nor greater lu 1 to tho PceWtivtd mull. lyal gOintunvnt and Mifj ituId of itlw pe-- ) lnnovaitUn3 In trada an,d ncivenuio iaw , to gh kind vf ie,Hcf th;U (tlny (want In jqlltVc9. irnnle rt any phun-siTtr ienty-lw- o H alee Uian Purtlmr l.artlcutuis cm bo Inches In Icuwth expressed Ills iilcwji on Uie Vjnrl. uffipK iwEl ta;e to win in'A'iout p'e, orvj tf tiie nni,ln pirea.ci'iniicint,, of of the atpjnp aat fdjvxyis far tho other fellow. ana prln cainuineu, nor In. tartn or frnqm t)u iKutsnaiiVirsi. and othqr qftaaslte thfl PrpsR(isl,v rviaity, and so the ,SanV: ever itie. Ttvit ntitoh lis sjtttel. In Siutli Carolina. ,t;io kind llkoly to Injure the ptinsan of CommltiUw .wiM'ly rtfrjlnd from any at- - nieaiures charted by t,h- - UriHh po- ATriJND H wn'a't's , a"e totmc1 to m any postal employ or dumaKe C'u- - nti" 1i ' trpipt to bo" t,iie to f"Cit Griinair 51. loqa,I loom- - arnnnint for the o,npncsJo.n of itCie pe-j- 1st bo jlarch Jul. tftrs Xenitivokiy rvunojuuitfi, twp yctuvs oso mltt'rs iln tills rosA-- d merely "al it'? of 019 colonies. That njs In Cii pinuts. In I.ouLsUrta ,tl.cy re ojins-- d eiiulpimnt or o'.lier mall; and ivot of a ifins" to 1F4 In suiur. purlshable wltJiln a chanictTT lry oaiily was whim Geny Tills Is the svaui of V yM- - iWu-- i I prJffl'id 5ru out of tiie lnoie, now 1 asraln,st fusion, fully realizing til it Thfiijo you aiv. And Uvie Mr. ,'ll-no- n required fir ou to do tjie tcirne fqr hhq If I wwklns out for tjie oourto and by mothers fei w)3ie not tlij sani2 In all )cpun-- 1 miK)x comrvnnl ils. JIkj will Etr-id il nird delUcrliis shall be Urnu.nurttl as B ", Poeldj) Olint my yout'i and Vqr aior ftltjes of the Staff. Bar.li doil himself, with raio gwl sriaf, timp of ,vdi in,tnirtl by iti'ielr about rtvLs ElJ'ilie wf ,U 'Sktia. . "4er liirccj Pos;t mtVciC. oroiai In tli Viiiitiql atiuvi iljruite. dtll.Ufn. and .shouU do fc'ijjt whlcii iwould the inMIaJ pnbbns wiUi rolikih the olmmUnt rni,-.for he ij'jts Into. UVs extr teas.im nf sjoi- THrfVrtOT"1!, n'."riif I'm eel Post juotter It as ibt iTliyi- ,, mHipn y, il?fl)rl, nwvft tiid to put Into effect idlve fa lind to dryj. i! r. iWHn l!is ia .right to take his qtUr llttpHfl JtpubJJcain. dencniLs unon thn welffblVil.. dlsljwi 'e llW'l Tbn t'llml of thp Uip Mlallty lo HnclplM wid this enn on,ly ba and iwrfi ,ti' ,. wiy tl'Jivo about aeltxitltift his cn.blnt. cunried. brought ubout by c'crtlnsr men til tuj die An office was .William It. King: ot (rluits iIKmVs ft lit jtAjOto ""fire J)Tnf-xi- i Ve lsnw of tvnfi Aro Ever War. The iLiw reipilrts (hut Um pm1tn- I ftn7uITi iJ!kiiiir,ijiiifH f.ls'at.iifl) ,1(1, Up 0 ,'ieir poslthns of Alabama, who waa a man of Jaie Oinjii Hinh. wtoo TIi,ito are t,v, Vilups wrrlantVnifly u--t ) euniiJly foar hi will J ep,4-Jeon ajl fourth clap-- nmttr inut be prein lfflfllit4e nnrl fllpio-nut- watr, Jpy ,ina. iby,. uut piwnr wio am known to hft in ly Is faknoin fnr iu, c,m, ami Is In turniini? tio nurunj? out of of- UuckVi'H Aroilci paid by distlnulie Pant-- P.ost HUtmps work, but w.'io d,'l h,roin nt wltji t'irwe piiInripHs. It fts a pj'limiii pjiji .,.,) lt(0 (J.w,iii Salve itllj. tunUh plbss In any form. It tli by affixed. n,',w upon ti'ie ilutVis of tills y' itiffxf Idea that tjils Is Ubt dorj Jy a coi4'd all Deilrns. ai,an ,subaia Uw ItalUiw. lrrlti,tlon, 1'ist Mumps ate not uild fir W L'1')iiar(eV''l'n t'nit unilimnd few by .souls pussliu; hlsrli noun(Jlns offlo, ifor which lie lvil (iro.id or nwelllnf. It KlTes (com. the piyii(Mit of SUniey lip.s aired V li,o iUiddy uy"l: tVolu.ti);m ami th(ii ,t.i,lto a Mi Mnii) In thp srnvVf) .unl as ntvsi-- t Ioi)t, iiost.ise on find qruil Church Notice. ln,Ut.s Joy. Grna,Vat "lalor of and .third cl.is.s mallei. '.V JV tocliied and dj,iiinvd If i ;i c in be minvl wiicii Inrfuiew tlw l,ini of that Inly Ills i)':!,i.l usj f1 The ineinbeiH eHfllon the .West l'mihlenco ultras, boils, ulcers, outs, hutlvvs, P.iifels must be fUn'iss. for lnuMln HaptAst ch4ii li ,mt it a many as Uu iotci In the prlnviry f who wli.?ji m.ev 1 BtaHs, plrrtples, skin eiiuntlon. In ijcet Henry Wilson of Mo.HJrI"iUset,S such a liumvr Hun the ionVnts at rti'10 who Only 23 frr UnTtqd Stairs SllltOl .UOIlj Uh I1HI1 powi r ,soou tho ti mr fjiihth 011 Satitnlijy fiyf,. , cents at all druggists. be uttslly amlneI, bualjs. tan atr.t all t;ier If ti'iaie a.ro clianuul his mwue by V?li'iit!fte a t "t ! P. m, Jor tlifi j.uiifse of (.lllnj t A Paivel will not bo un anted fu a. ptnton from Jjrenilah uny neir cuts by wlitud Prqsriiisslvd Joins ColUmlin t') for the mikuIjib jAir. Qiom If ilW puJU'atj- slould bi ecmpt Only a Horse. mulling iuilts It beiun the ui,m mil prln lp!c cun lis advanced wliy wait II, 'ry WJlHon, bectiuno tit Wfis ghiorter J. 1.. HIIOWVV, Clirk. IflAaMoai, It aVJiilJ he the Jiuinin tfii'. Only a hoise, und an old horse too, adilirss of the sender juiiiyhd by anl iiiortj easily pjioiinwv d, weiri ihe are wpmU'i Itss thin tlirte tnuiuid twwity ienrii ti do Jit, to' fear of becom ATT15NU It senllni'tv . !..,,...... working fron day lo day. . . wonl "From." Willi Grunt. H,i did TU.lril,MI JUT lust con,t'cl (loUtui. Ki not liitltutlons Uiit (ih'.o lU wintamlnald by too olj Only a worn-ou- t litry rtfter Mh J,itIc,n to ,t,h.lri oflflce, nr;i uie .semin of a Puiel IgiK. lebijuaiy 1st to JIiulIi LU. 'tis true, wltji 0111 fpllonv mnn? bbj cndinwni)ii,tft land ton; einliu th his weary wpi. Ingly toiuimls mattar of a h(glu,r la's but li pipi" by kyiir aarvlce Ills ffijll-t- y AticrfBAy of Hluli Is nWl! a tihere A fionta t,hnt works and woiks In iv,i'n Mian repitUd to t,lie ivistmajsW, Marvellously Condensed. und hl.s fortp of cha.rac.Uir. he He Not Our Fault. flyeurttqn. KlUeitus ,llulihaii,l. A lawyer of the giwid oM Is liable to a flitu umd lmprlsjiinint. 1i,i not bon with a ller n In tor Ids jatsU'i's won! uf pralnt. A deaitji 0 JonaJ nw often lo,l,s A lae that bows to vinous Jiiilted, farmuitfl or t,,' li"1 argued tor thicp uii)t diy ie tightened ins mourn, iuui imm Jiils iurufi'y up A &"W Gov. IJskiiri to jn.uimuf,s on .the part of a.50 iWllt-1urie ,Mho oihe,r .Intoxicating llquwa ure nit ad-- t w",l0"'t Pnw. Ills brief was a nutterhe hrul lirvl a Jwi wp muinlnK iiijuVist G)V. MiCicary for tiniunliu Jin miik-In- s lVln; a beast that yiy mantcr flays. 1om hfvolp abom a viae, and . tllcwiA .. . Only a hoise; bu,t a horne wltli a mlt,cd to the malls. Jis wyiy. WlUi only twoJue IllarVls r.". lit Mwn'cai mjiviiib and was tfre SflriUoikU rvinijnatlon J if (tuvtr.ted It 1h not the ifault 0 tii publlslipj-- Any legal twiatttan. but It old bay. sejvnllru in lelaven years ,ho duirlns "jri.nt tliiln ntorii-ou- t IJiu1d .medicines, fhdds, lls, rms's ,wiW .Vnctiae. la aecli in liumtfonl Wiat wnm ll publisher will not full to glvM "CoJopfJ Paikei." ,aJd tl.e Hut with spirit BtioiiB, lie plpls alpng or Halves not outwardly u,u Qf tfielr t!ila Hum packed Jllis Wild wilHi use,wu Uovwucir many yefirn aij ujl Hip ;oraJ nvww woHiy mirl. ioV, itllore-fo. 1...1. if with an unconiplaln.mg nolBh. own lorro ivwis)i-oful and vuluabV Jvtwiwllie, or Injurious m ,1"""' "( per ctpltit wu.s low end and nd l' ". "nlVit wlnlilng JJP nfioj hlion tlio IojaJ iie,w,s Is slvort yoa A of buideii by man abuse!, fann lad Ifiarne t;io "NVntVJt ar,hler' liealth or ipiopsrty (wjijcn pack,ql ac- - l,rtlnTte In ajiy wuy that tlio (Lpu.t thflit it wais n,oPHiny to IiidrqiKO taes b'iotij'1 not til at tlio edU,o.r, but wo,'lW n,lt lw cording' toa ctiio.ln ; cINira'hin anul afVMr,H7l cv- Vl'wiVI bo in Wi'iloli torfuirfd by lasJi ajid oai; la li1fitiy a,lwut to inpcot Itself U I might Jiav jou myiiiivIUa w,r w1'". mrWiiMit,. I i.VHt litHi Hut a Imoii In falt'iTuhvHs. touiiije 1i luln'd by tio Post OffiW dtlvitment otfl UlsitlnciUbihed liiliupK A,y his surerit i mannvi, par-- I "'' "" ' .tu(meiul ,wltli njl!ifixnp to what lip inwirj.rdrnl 'Aha UirifRiik: and ll"i,ublUiiJl v. iuiw drjfKoi Is toll this wmn.oirt pair of thu aiw adiuUslbV: to t,he mulls js and sonsfwha,! eroiwdel, uhlikeiw. y.mir t(v jt lAiiUHW UwJH lifvl Klheir j,,,,r ,"fl,ll"". uMd tliat If Parucl Ptwt. jou cvnuM imidim,- - a litUuil jmliK (t'. TAs tony lit litis life noid. Uun v,m UWJ Imm ihl w.w iniviidivvl It ftuda ai iUly'H Only a Jiomt not a lnute-Iu- it tle, It im'silit iivJn 0ur j.iifju., uus,,,., AH l'jlvil Post ,mattpr must JJ0 'tlQtriii,ii(t0 Jvlm lib) n fal-- y uid a iu- it! '" ' a tie! Itflni. Whi mn't Hm Pi a Tho a'mvy wiiMH 4itj aekiviitlqlB-nvm- t. llnt, Hied old m. a't yv lf fl vwajver a!4uW j)iibl'i current u UtUri fuiiily mu of JUiUillle ;u 1'lVi ltrute In tlw one tnat upnlles 'i'Jiruj 'Woi-"Ymur Honor,- - J, WXclili.Mt. wiis 'DioiiMri l.V. iHth) tlt ItutUr, laid and porUhublca 3m.l1 a3 - aoxs'P, w H.iU Jilmiji uiil allu drLIys o,f irjitornt l,i4iiB snrtu!i, mid UOke.1 """IUih jiot U19 one w'u roctflin tiie flay. thoutfit wi.h h, my nAna fish, fiesh uiKits, dietd fo.uls. , Jjre. Indiana. cvouuibfl by fniti)!ly In V J5ta,t)e? Am ;ins of tim Urt Nhlyy In tfw iyni. alUit He in'jpira havl fu Jilj nusttir's iriwed, titbVi'i. TruV'S, bin 15 h un, flnst nllji Samuel T. .THiljWi UoIph of iuiv.l aily S(lli V)o neU U W wnuld be oitivlafl jmid t'w tliy not to ti. i.T'ilul Uu HLiiini jyl h Muduivs tlte toll and tlo nt!n; a 1,111111,11 miluijj wilil n decay iiVtk!y, fur duis an! eloaUd WlUi luJf , It tMtMA ,uu.wl Gnvr Qilltor ho!ivJi!cn d or bi pufl .U ua iViif CollvM. IVtw Uiit t,he Inok of div.nlr horn his ys wien so ftHkvd nr PirfMl as to imm.it or u1vVm,iitliiij w'holo lllli wns flllxl wlVi nnili 0i null. Think a mliviy t .t3 jh,i.i flitiy yt, tpud tl(n the.i wus Is an arvneiil to bo hiiuiaue.-O- ur Uuuib I'limac,) to ifi'nr nia.ll, iwlll rlruary .lii;i(n'ot. IIIH.lllxilS of tllt an, I t In 3 Ud tlVU lAiyf yitvi ivy n,hojt itown t as Uxril diy.Uviy, A. Ilobart of Noiw Jiitviy, 1 AuIiiviIb. (Hut In fun .this (Lvnorii and ym im,,iivi and ojir n,lU'ii IVl',''tl"v ATTi:.'n.itjfli ..1,1 ...'."T., l nj,r - W.-U,... t tyi- w'. Inn 1,. 1... ..ntfu...i.v.. .. lVnt ClfflH. l.V ...- - ..r ,.., ...v.,... ...1 B a ...W Celt Uy itn trri,utia a... rvuiuivy 1st to Jlatuh lat. ur UUi 7 imihilii. kow It tunhl ,ln avtnt For Rent. J tlotan uil a nun o,f njXilri. anl ftully l) nr ii,iulii Will vtlk'a-Hok nq'ontof Jnlni wiiii,, iilcil ll.n.t oijUcI Up &r t trViio M J Alius S. Shilllrmui, Vi jtil'i Till Z. Woyu-- j:ilU fonii, ijn;(i1,--. wl tor loal in lvVwlf of ti'ie liull.i.iu ifoimtM ,, fi ;m iv f in Misunderstanding the Bible. In,' uixty-fU- e ., ' h Of iWihum Mil4J Bii fiiiVkf , . utfa of fln toUoia u bai'ilt't or otlw n.ull nmtr, ,'gi,s Wliy iVn'sn't IAo hajiy uik?' ask. oi)tid uiin in Via stI,v. If lli'lls be iwuit. v aiwiu.i;t of "" u"y y lan,l, two nilUw wit will uy l) aiicuriwd iUlU.(-of iwu-I-les- s tjiw ,iiii,.wv I. Imiiiimi th Wtut osniVtlrts onejulf .nall tin) of ,t!W jo,uW nioVwr. the u,oninso wiijs not a.ta K,'iej. 1011s ulvarud. Gaal d of illstaiie, If jukwl ai,r,ll'i miio.ii,' Vyt IiiUuki of l)'Wr tiivl wi bo "H owi't auwns tJw bwtt cltlseiis, would Tlwe lilk ,, t. -- 1VfU In nnilour to specifications. ... 10 ab U "Wi, yos tliev .in', ..ni.i ..i. bV.k .fjnsaswd unfit lo iwad. HloiwHti WopiHlittN. wv(vV r nur fjjillnr ou,tbulldlr., twpty afr ' and fine witui. Por teiinw Jj;dy J) "' Parcel past mattor may b fnwn.niu! lui.i.. tm!,il ti .in 01 acfttunt 0: tfyalr ....... Clarion. ) A woiv-ltAV. 1:. KI.I.IS. only on iu5j)iyn;t of nrhihia u,', of h'cJ. "J,i nu t ufOUi'tMn ami s.,l)ii,il jir ' rfunt put up In AiXTlUw li. WIWjii, .MU" Utl.mior i mil Uiu lUv tli,o fa, iw.r JiMdjich w o v i iV't M"tf y of iVw of- Tiie .Miji, ,out qf t'w IUI,W lWi- - joft utrwd ti cnw to Uu , mtofi hi wtuUn. of KnV-jikyUvO mil u i xtoM jut !ia, A mtllable ablo UartfoiJ, Ky. on whluu Vie uVty i wa bom'-K- x, ron j.uluu. enjaii It for con-- fie ii;tts pjiervitln, i;lri to iiyln, "mwit Umhk." j iH' id Ui th ;ry Kupid fnblt of l()itVn w'Vi Inipattamv, If mil ci- n nipt, of t'v offloe of lvprtlviiw It in the etrvwil till Its All Were Men of Great Ability lWsr'iist wfflco In .h iwutK? iltvrt inornt of ,Vv? (nivarnnirtnl, and ili''-enc- s Though Not All Were liH t.'mt ,thin ippl 1n,e trot Ua ii mlst'ikiMi hi ft ye jiifin c'vimi College Men. ViT' to fill fits hlwi iVr. MM"' who hrv tlniuii'i or orlmo bon crn,pelt-- l "u VUy of the Unllitd St,it ii,Hinie ti'vn chief plicM of flViullM reponnlbl'lty lia.JnK ils.harpi(fl In ointWll-llaiUel wi'iilo tlfy ww o." frs'i,int .with oif the offlc llfniy Hnnton, April 4t'i, 1SH. alnntiift to tl foiintiy. 'P'lo l,,i.'i Zauli-r- y pleurisy : T.ij of bllloiH of Hie ami July 9lli, lsV), of bilious klndijy Vulns tli.nl h en sal I luin laeain, April IStli, l!w; J umn alwut tiiliti by pry rinJ puhlV1 11 .n A. QufVM, SptemlKr lUUi, 1SS1, an I Zie th n,i of his d?cn'-tu- r wis ilcKlnley, Wllllcim Sepfubxr IU11 rooelwH, prpir wVier Ifihts iunon 1901. The last Uiiree ni.niel w.re how mamy Id'o winds arc :ikcn In time of tfKitt polltk-s:r.s have dud In Seen offloa nnl .ill of them fvom n,if.uril ATTHNl) lt nWa,fH CVllHiio Sil' cau-QUnUm of New Yoi . IVbrunry 1st to .Mnrrh 1st. tji, 1SU, April i:ilrU! vt of JIii'WvJn'o't,ts, !J, 1SU, Free Trade Nuvenibei But Not in Texas William U. Kins of Alrumi, APi'I . Cattle. IStli, IK, Henry WIIii of Judce Row 111, of Tevis, tJie n'lunn'oi 'IVjo No Mnlci C2vl, lbTj, is A. Ilejidikks tyi InUiiil. Niwii,i"" of Vie A.ivjrl an m,'ii rvulurors, filing Mini iuv lu W.iii-Inirj2V.li, lsvj. Gi-'- et A. IliV,w,t of Ne' A ti h oi'ii l t tn 11 t'y ,h In iVw nt l."il lounti" ii'iMr.im f Vie iiit be PROUD Of yourself if you buy your Clothes from lis. ' flvd ib-- r, .!r jnr 4 ml Just take a look at yourself and see If you don't need some new clothes. Then come take a look at the clothes we sell. Ve shall do business with you lf you do. Our upright goods speak for themselves well when you see them and better when you wear them The goods a store sells reflects the character of the store. You may know that when a store is honest enough to buy honest merchandise that they are also honest enough to ask only honest prices. G"t-i?- e 11 U -- a-- 1, t.ini n v ctan-dU.- it 11 f, 1 al bit 1 ., -- l" 1 ct'i-djd- af ti' pnnB. tut nre-Tra- aU-io- rJ 1 t, l'rl-mar- y, 1 li. tt' abrt .s-- -- i- -li tiJs wp-ik- e ra w-- riev-Tjii.- sul CARSON & CO. mwvJIf L I 1 1 of-f- ri 1 Hartford, Kentucky. fiM? JVou-Tsru- lo ig ty-i- n. s e fiy a J0r-Tlra- t in rtt iel stv;-on- "ataV-wintm- en " .CVn-Tinc- ruary ct dt-yn- , prtl -e k.'i.a t n'j J jvki ,ry o (vr ng ilc-tr"Mtiit- H ie'llint at il - M 'r sno-iU- nt lc Paii-c;.- ! roj-s- vt nt lip'e ce-w- iiid f a-- il3-pretsldr- nt iit n, , t p,lpd-dln- sr JTVi-n- s 1 iSph-ltou- .irn - ' SH a . w us last .... ... - Jw oil '' '' 'r Jl"' ''' uir l!-- pio-PV- d. 1 i,, l) ii ixr ,w" 11,1 CI,iHi. jy fv wu ,u-;- Jv Qa,-in- "-- f J"U"-po- n .,.,., nww,iii J,-- ,k inifftr 11 "" -- 1 "'" 1' .... J ivf-u- )f4 tiy "r mu . 'iiis 1 lli.-lto.- rl. etu-nw- it ja,-ti.-iuuiw- d,. iJ , ln jxjjjf pail, po-it- i -- 4 tv jjfenijjyi-r- , .mu,, aninm ,1 gijfcyh titix . 1, ' rl r , A -- VJ-J '"JWlJU"'"l ATTEND It TuVa iU i V biu-u- y 1st Mvrli lit. icvUVm f Comma flile ,l off tor ,tie b"?t hn n sra A mow M our V. KUM 3 Our Big Semi-Annu- al DOWN I'ptic, J. 0, nv. Ji It. Uild, IlvwJ(-r- , T. ill. lUnVm anil tsm, CenVirl'v n. I.iw .Moitflay Dif'n, wre on "Tw jclzn B'i almlr fiifiti i Ek-j- . UjIV-- s i4 of wrlU.p rj 1 ! I In a,:rMt, i I of a 1iu ln4iMiiijti: Jfxn ii nVn'AK" uii on fin sinis anl i .ilijy. t 5j of t2its.fi. iirKe fur Die btst "TIi Tru- - Tliio W'trm .Sto k Cfi Kue tonight inuy nt ,ll -- SALE! KUM DOWN uml rin'oridiy nWnt If ifte ju;m H(ua- tij tot pilm.' anrywg t'yj flea' (110 o'lly company ATTEND llnenMa'jt'i Clra.Paiu?9 livUtn, imvboy anil MaMtun batons. 1st to MiiTch Lst. Our Coirijj Ijj.in Sifa bsKlivs mnttl February .Ui, find cont,tnuqs Circuit Court Notes. HiAunlay, February lyJi. T?io term of thp Ofulo CM & CO. CAUSUN ns cult CUit oonveneU lur i.Irvliyt and editing Ilngraiod or printed with JuiIcb T. F. !ilrktijad mnal buatiirns c..tts can be had upon shoit anjl lon. Bin D. JUngi, qinmon-woilt- fi notice by giving your order to Tim At.torn.ey, niil Hpi. C. K. Hinltlt, Ky. l'rlo-- s and Cwuni'y AjUA'ivyi rvpubf.lKMn, Uanltoiil, in'S'nt to mji;u'v samptcB gitad'y furnlsbcd. f,7r ti'ie Oonmonwesn'it'ij Ute ima-.i-I- by mytnie on ,tJi jl)Jeot o:vra Qm,UflTii'j'ifj of a Subills't Great Success Marked the Opening of Our First- iaufl SALE Begins Friday, Feb. 7 And Continues until Saturday, 15th. You g mt,!emjn .we--v enorgct'c mam to TVie fpYriwViic mim, larptB for t'i gin. ana and pfitnts ernx)ii,ntiVil n.s gratH term: Oe,rgo Binr, .foreman, WalIn Qhfo and adjacent counties. Salary ter Mldklff and Jo'n H. (Chiipmiri. Aft-o- r or Civiiimlsslon. lmyruc,tlons by ite Hftli's STETSON OIL CO., Cljt,latKl, O. .Urn D. ltiirjp, ui li!i3PupiVI 2, Niarpws. Mr. W. E. lUkor, ipult b' Via tVnirt an lt tfifsir dfj,tlP, ft'' f on.l Mr. Ta.rln Bulir anl wife, rfitjril to t,'l4Ir piitef (irtfiTs at s.M'HfJng W. S. rqirn pa routp 1, lliirtif'j-i- l, vllbwl rtfatitr pieqjff and l .n 'nst 'IViUTsrtW until W. 1'. Nrwcmnl) as c irk, Itihy JiagaT r&VtiU'e fr1" TucifLiy of Mils woek. V ln isfUyritlofiH. WANTED Iteliable, fvll Lubricating oils, ,Ii-rUii- CLEARANCE ALE I i'e can't afford to miss it. We will Si show an unusual assortment of rare bargains in season able merchandise be- sides giving a 10 'J'h,j oJVi!ng mtrnl a"mVimi-r- i IviLsWllo ilJplly UnraVl and the Hpft-fniwve ltuviWcuin ana yrw each for lanilv ecnjuifili'tl as per It Jiriaip, ,vlz: Oisca' wi)l In Huff, Tom Loyd, ItkVnirl K.'inprtel'0, $..";. Offer will not Inst Ion,.? J jojr mibrtdilpUoii tp this office. TihLs John W. l.ewli, In'j'-ii- r Kltott, It. P. E lis pVJi t. old as ,w.ll art tvivi G!eannn, J. II. Glenn, .Anijvr Citlc't. ClaVym Slimwn, IVnil, p. .I Artfiur B!b'd:), Jo'tn Knight. Itufus Kln, Mf. D. 12. Wand, of .iMuto 3, was a Quint Kelly. y ni'tar jut T,J3 IVpubUoan office Tite filknSn.T Coin Tiontvialith'is pas's, laiirl wc us a d'air to nMfW It's l to be nrv-1- : i!ij iw t wi'tie Mntlniia-- fur (pirti-s ib"irpllon, for Jv nl Sat-unli- Hundreds of Ohio County people have profited by this great Sale since its opening t last Saturday Per Cent Reduction on Any UxiinoiwpalVi s. Paul Ojhp". Atlijulnpj Ijqwu'a ng, (3 cos ii). Osv. A J .do U. HkiW, Go. ily-a- , Wilbur livdej, C TUe Wren S ojIc Comjiny iat lrj (p3iM ow-x)- , .Vttln Mo a Un,;, ct al., L,on-a-- d li'4H 1iunlFvt anl KUnri'uy m'jt pr- Wldtiig, t al., Al'ym Iit-If-. ii SI vnt tlie b'-- t Wewtrrii ilntua-"with ain), Sain Qjuk, Not,h aioUei-- , 2 lucliuUn,!? la,! bUviin Elmoir" Kiteh, l.-- e t.tyMl, 3 slnws. ilJ.ncri". nvuslcjiarf", irltlie .H'Koi)t-or- oiwi)i Ijiuntpl WVit I'nir, Hubi;t Ii" sUtor fict,s, linllan tunl vovboy irope or, AVion Pails, Guy Co.m'ij, .Vhu Wail", printing lui'w that was t,'w k, slid j t,vje press nay to urine, an I tntl Have Vou Attended? Your Neighbor Has.. u,, , s, tJlnji'.TJ . Clt fll. 1)W Article in Our House! TliP It.U of Kni'fc,'i!s lipid on itlmslii".t!i' mtrWnp n'H'i,t. w"'imi une llsqillrp iwus of Pyelitis rrifalav fjj injik of KmlU. .JL m)itliiB iiRNt iTus(lj,y nl'it (Vicire Iluty) Wllso,n, Vnfi Xphv"' (2 riVy will afzu'n lu mmathin In too ni.u; TJirrms I tond, .r, 1'nank jMtiPitanrl, eve), IJM AVilg'.t, Wllllitm IvikO'd, of KnlKjIit. U Wirp), W. B. Sot;is, V.sViX Il)tin-4rlliocis-U- 5 iut HW In iC'vis county ami well to imw, is ivjw iteputy N'wirUt and oun,ty, Ark.i)n.'is. t WwArutr anl Ls tqsitfnl at "lliinl it, wfiere tHore I.. W. nU'Tl ftj'ie rn'ular fli'.'owtni; Co,ni'th cass were on mjttn rjf Ve ,Vttu-i"i- y for t'ie Cqnf.t'i. 3. strjU'n tlw idjcjcil: tVni'tli. IAjMe Hin,-o(1 casT). llfl .dilljs This Sale Ends March I. U.Jin. ,6jr-tnori- k.in inttfir . Cpin'Vi. ,. 3 it Hun'e,r plqi of gfillty, lnlv nji1 fonts to tj.a iCouit anl fined $1.00 augt. ( are jnany lLtnacn.k Urn , uti.ty Ilij.-toi- fl ivcw'lya- - anl cutg. Jn,tfi. st C,lu,s Faught, cf. u. CJi"-?- . Cl.ii;Vii. ...Hartford Republican. FUIDAV, KPBULVUIY 7. ' -- J T!i0 Mima bitttiin A,Uil,etlc atvemjUw prrojtilsfr) ftt tp be bankejt (Hall ftiVT onp of Ue FniAqit wui Ulau-Jl3i WpViwltili uUty to rJira ovirge, law aail faeitis to Qiurl ,iml and eolet f lniel i0 nmd paste. qonU'it am"tli. vs. Sliliy JoTmspn popu- in.twt li (Rosenblatt's Resolutions of Respect. V.leirtta God , jBdpjn ,i 52 ! V tinwtliv? eunvn ltememJr tlie dai', Krtfay. besinnlnj of fairs' Kum Down Sale, VITTUND afMcnJ'attvi CIpAtunce SU" February 1st to ikrch 1st. ed lnqrc. T.lie .VkuI boys Ivwo Jtcin wit-It- n iuitl qvfiry nlfrht u'vls iwtiak, uiivl $20 apd cots. oiatm Oiqw will d,afiat the vlsttpcp. Qan'ih. s. Pl' tjtl' AprU Vyjm. ( Com'tji. yp. lva,n tUlein-ipJe- p, iw anil XafUi ,to Vila Oount until ani of smUty, flneil reached WaJnanlng lflw. TVuore by iroad M. H. L. .Railroad t E. Hartford, Time Table Ky. at N. tlnw card electWe Monday Say, Mr. JJusUvmh mian; do ne"d any qrlntlnj; Jone? ir jyiu do lat us d3 Mr. Jiumeis T. D,ils. of SinviyOnle. It for you. We ioan jrlnt y.our tQer 1 V1 PKIc wrs a piaisant iMttar Heajds, Envelopes, Ulll HoaKStatemctUs Wednesday. BlVls, nypewritten IrtVra, Sale Book'. etc., and print (tihom nlff'.t IVxUd owry word of Kalrs' bug) lira Clruulars, on Wg cUic.ul.ui. Sqnw wbxa tliiart (Will at .rbjht iPnloos. Try us witth jour next I q"dqr. Call at iVvo .ltdpubllQaji office. i Uiterwt you, Mrs. ill. E. WaJVir, iIkvvo Jury guly I- ". rfi:i .: f fe-- naases outwardl i dally exoept Sunday. In illarttonl i'ffsVl'I'Viy friPim lias lost a gopd cllen and n that "W. 1j. .WAUe is. Joui A. Rf,tz ,an1 naTh,e Xlsltraivan of tho QijamT. tSUtxOsex Tlva Wren Stuck Oa ni.ipi cnrirlas It's No. U6 South Bound due 8:4& a. wfifero itViy sjnomid ,tp kind and a;oinolattng njlgihbor Sonp, aontlnned. ; , have tten employed u flelqmjwr. sally exoept Su&dcy. At t'i WW nonsa iiro,vifls U;ne nlehiU ,tfils i7ek. !tfwt' ovn cip'n-tiia- . II. C. -- rton lis. M. ,H. & E. II. It. Kesiolvpd Th(a,t as a toli of our " jura m. Is In Uve forni postof floe. (000,113,' lat nlsNiit pit Dr. (CUtn 3 aul Jtaturdtty nlfllits. No. 113 South Bound drje 1:4$ p lld tlw a fiopy of tlnwe rqlutlons be open ibfijrrol T,hls I dlsmjefl and settled. las'h'ed on la raldewE. pte.13exoept Sunday. dally opcto. lifu.4i .her and will aIso pluj- tti Hpn30il on the pjges of our voords, one ill F. Duk vs. U & N. It. iB. prv. B. B. i:nsl!"Ji Jvifl retiurmiil Unom Corm of aiijmeil mpais attaiiU3 O ta. H. E. M1SCHKB AsrU o ?y be jireasnted to his tainlly und qailled tiWInUt and Katuttlay nlslkN wiheina ;iie Wiic QiTlstlan county, ditmll anfl .mad, Stf stattonpiry buoy. fiat one ,b9 lurnlshied tfufli of live flqjn-t- y ol'akin ana droppedJvitis ,wjai.li Utls Irsub ils bn nptoVmr polumn o j (P. Mnsm s. m. a i. & i:. it. n , papers tqr pubVloitlon. on urpomit of tlio djath of h!n JIirr. Into Mie Ruitm-Jniinourije-mrnA'lv of our spclal ulubblr.R dismissed ia.nl tt;t(tl by pasiln,g trawlcns, and collootiA avr U. S. Carson pays cash lar lurs. L. J.. POBTEB, Hqv. It. D. lleivvU wtIH lrieh a.t J. iF. Jpriffl, admlnItRat)or, us. J. C. Dally ,Ueptld. aff.v wltli tlte l,auIt.-Jllotihioirs upturning and jnpcrttailC oMua at it Uwliloh Wis iiecolviHl yfnitrv-duy- , T. V. TANNElt, next Suiulay moroiliiK li'ln' Ku'a lyypr r. It. It. Co , ountlmV'Tl luntiU .nr" trrpi. JUlf IWtae MIUIumt landing. To nttwwl. 11. A. o'clock. Iler body Invited au. W. O. Bird vs. W. (T. ,Kvnfry. (ft- al- C.v liiis only wo aie aNVs 4o Qff'ir Lite Tlvqro ltaxe i jniw posjtof ; .Commlttej'1. nTClpJ (TirUfa o,f Tjs RfUibllun iand Ij'ie Judgnmnt tor pla'ilff V6 38j tAblLs,hqd 'an moumtpuis, but tin u'P" iiuiiri aiJM. t. v. Jrriiw wui Kum 0J0nn Sa.'e !'" Wftlt Jor &bl O pud Vlu-- y nVii'rnKl fl'uvie AnKimmi-uV- s wt at all poM'trtiVs Ifl thoue(lS tiv ttr e iSal ATTEND liosenMUfs afUvnorni for Ma?llrtvi41le. Dli'ly JlcrpJd, ono VM'. tMjlli. to in,3n:Vr; KrJJa-- . or niw ,iaUs3rb(va t5qr V.T5. 'iVils In W,ed,ni-pltiFebruary 1st ,,to MJircJi 1st. thixt n,t Vw .top of Eiffel 'JSowur. Iitt wcru tfiey wMl aieldo In tJie fiSuiv. u'n iMarj' .E. Pat, ef. al., ,vs. G. B. Llltfww. fi'O'ij' ceita nebular Xh lesa Umh 'i S'rv .t ' TMS I.H clubjbJiy; piloe. on tmUl tlIhu.iTsdiy Ottatini0(an. hunitlo Pownil-lWn- ts Ona i Doww Sale. JMJay. Ready to Grind Corn. Fost Offices in Strange Pieces. during our Conro Down Pile, AT.TEND .ltoisnblatfa Cleonwico ah- - Until t,lve adoption m this couintry Mm. BesiA? Sinltji died at Jir firxna bjn 111. l'ogle, Wlw-hirtK. I ha,ve jus,t received a- mew-so-rr. IMr, J. K. Q.VUSON & Po. at Tnytor Mini's Uisit ofitatrnofi Febnuai-- 1st ,to ilturch jlst. V UniviT. and In qiiilailn fprejgn atatfis pf flfw and am now preoaned to do yott saasitC-In- g. amtunv-w,!1 Tlip blffgust bi.r,siiln MVfT ('fe,l and In,tTVinnt took iibijee ut tlyijt tftv.o GWie me a call. nuraj fnie deiliiry sjisUvns, pat Kaln' Mtp'iTsults at war Kum Situitday atentoon. Tim lr"Xt!i-Important to Phonograph bo Jiiere d,uxins o"' dome Dqwn SaVs ,wa3 und dilivjoiv tor it,lw coWco,Uon JEFF WATTEItSON, UtfJ Bls;tnnAaiu CAUSQN & Ci. Bxle wll Interest you 8.' ifjua tUl Mind was fch,e einldlmntlier Hantford, K"-of Vttais were, .aind, In same ln.taflces Owners. olty, is jn IulavlUe a I. . &uila. pJ-yu V) fWWl a 'day with Oit Mr. E. Q. iBaiupas, f ,t,lnb iQth-o- As .Mr. Ellson has permitted all h'jIU aav, set up iln qtiange and unir. It will wiho attended tlw J.ui!al vtiu'lap. hualinwr. ti,U wfaak likely plad's. Origin of Heels. u,8 durlos our Cqmo Doiwn Sa,l,9. surviving nafaitlis atte V.nee idmnigli' deialeir3 to make a reduction on 2 and iqA.nsON & co. tnairaJWJ a. It u!fl to bj a MrfvoHta device In it Is aoM tluvt ithe iheals nar miss tie Hlliibon 4 minute woid-jun ilndeflnt'e for tfitai Mrs. DwmUty Haiiia(i, Mr,s. J.lzz districts, espe- silvers hfvd xlliilr oilgln In IVmvKi.. wrwsii-thermril In Uidln' .bjursnfris MiVns' Kum Dwn Site. Sonne Diyn'er and ilra. .Vi'iii C'Hliin; pivf oiu Period, I will reduce tlve 2's to 21c anl o j n took ,t,l,e torm of fftit wiuod ua anU .Coaits dunins oir Qjiiw the "s to 31c. You JKid hstter hurry and cially to ,tlw Unljtid Sjta.tf.is, lefio-CVearanws Suite son, M.r. George Hnvltti. ATTTOND iiminiWo.'t'a TjTlafvU af,fk-abecame to comnven, to dils fo axilse the f.Jt iuid pnotenV rtcoc. AUSQN & CO. lay In a supply, as you may mfxe lutve Sale. W. to MJi-c- h 1t itr. Otoisate iViliiTiedr, M.!P ton of this phanAe again. Tlie old price wai dirnlt IqViOrs In a maiU bag utp(nd-J- l from tbe ihot suds. Sul! Mr. Joint Gray, who lives bejlpw a HUj tianiiSAlim In M,en' anil ltoy ifi!lj(w of pr b ,tj' ,Mr. L. I. OnqwtlM. iuf llo.me. nv1 ailit 33o tor 2's and 5u,j tor Va. I lui a big at a It was many years aftor,.i Down ur te, and 0tirxu'.ti iVurli Vefi-Itfaxl. luiH Ills jMJkot binolc axnt.il,iIii! stock to pick from. Uils fiifjhtan was tntlnfed aillur tU t,'ils otflce yewterday. il tnte, or Vs drop,ptl Into i)ine CAUSON & CO. SJo. Jll-l'- i In ti'w U-iio.st 4fti'0'j lurt M1''i'. 3U ouu-- Conw flcd at ti'i top of a ituni-plk- e bat tlw reason , for Its u)JiMt!i)W In t J. ,B. TAIWAN. In-- tali" to ftUwl lie asan.'viJ Diyi't diU '" W Kalm illlliln(ils iln .Vttfr dlwi'jrJn,g Jils ilo-fip,tj. this HS bi sold to have buen ctwC.' CAK30N 4, CO. Tlw Uellablo Jeweler. Ue. - i'iIh n.inf-iW)ilt3 CUuJh, Mliia and fojbut did iiutf iflnd t, nnl wltlyjn .Vjp ,tc a s'vi't time ago It dtCtqnutit. Hew Uw orUfl,ntoii xcC KI tw(iwW!tl today .a tiUilr Kum Dawn Wil Postinwistor Matitln of the liosi. l!l ?D tA 1 weme i n.'us Husband the bustfyn i ar,' WW .Ju Baptist Church Wmv 'otuTc. 3IwUn Mir. CMfvMi 1(1U b'mettJ In .Kmjw.vJIW Vla w"k& Sale. b'vj,t their udijte of l?e Union to nansRn,d ltfan ;awliliig and jimVc woj.iiw (Uev. IJ. B. l!.!,ll:i, llustor.) cigar box tlw top of a oqulna'd .would not .vtenturo fir fwt.-sH- j ttio lus bwm ir.W iMjr. OiufliW lVuntnl, the uvmv'Vm" 1.. livi loii'ilnl;, And futiml t,U't t''te iiOi;' Samliy iltool mt 'J:I5. Ur. E. W. Ford, 1MV9 ins. C. !. w '" & N. HitUi iforttumn at .UiiHu'Vor, Ial1' I Ml lwn U'lPked up by a iVAvirl ni.xn. Superintendent. Sinoj Qitdlde of VrJ dw,elllng pf th orwafcnsr 'tlifl lrj.lnoU ' of Uiflr woM-rAW. tor B.U1 uf uill It wus t'eu reioovarqil anl .niturnol U : av ' an tu.i.u3oJ uVd 'V'.KAi liaiU .wwiia illil 'vy's.' VSe HopublV'uii at tl a. m. and. ' pjt,'iii,tH'l ir for ,thrt ditptlslt of !rUvf Cli,urJi i UP. M,r, .Idialor. ! WtkliwKLvy. pj,stoi'. ii'id fir a long tVnj It wm founjl it('iut yi ontr tj itli.'y p. m. Stindiy tt.m'av; by ,,' lutfi l'"' Kum Vmn Hate I'MJirM" 1 1) unsivnpil f.ifam find t' oilna wiar.b an,d pttn'uiss u i...--' Evoi'jbo.ly inltil. '" 'iy3 KvttH-;- ' nM'.iraie.l EluoaViiiU iRli-(ttlo- ii li'vlnr, lis ,Mlwi i.ViVMslU' ml oouttaiu. iW Aksu. Uy n lll-tiat tlnsm ovmVy aTjiiyianytriig is, tlut dlsecmiturl fif MCHw'ih)li Jit wta in UiuUvUV Au'ig t!o ' to nv frnw nt Mullaw fJVr iinvl'" nvi. ,w,v Ing In t'ufii t'yjy all lni0iirtM.a. Notice. xttii. lir first wok In M.ay, will wltU iMr. J.ud ti$ "m aviml iU"s Uow fit ul !!' H CU nii-i- s of cd'.lwUon of miall In a lcm, iiinMmrti Jwlng atvnoct. my slo.k of WYiHit Biait 'IY'0 bl",ht To 1k1 tiitiU an out of t'ko jiiiiJt lm i W. II. Uuifton. n:" tUI In mosui. A.t wlt'i wU oiut h'kt. TJi lwV;l Kum la bo fattVJs In t'VJ iX'i ft 'ii tn ml anl Slilituff, I iWH t:i to anl Inpilul- - inrlou wai'ons tw lie a'd and 'Wie m'untivlll Ji gleji 'lV9 IioatvU'e IS, l'Jl.':. sll ill m XoUohvk: lIdiiy. H'nW, u HWl Mini off ,t!w nxut t'w Wiis ili'jjimlntd t,'u ifiuW of Ui In.' I'.buiary fur n rojrU tnbl Tl'iio ' ' "li ni'1 tfla wuift.. llarnjr' Weekly. of .Ciuftuvl. .Bil if MO.'Vi Pnt Uaitfoinl lleivul4ijyi, oi to r" n"-- K dlwitmlan of IVs nrq'finu iiiiil o.vrv Ton lots ). Kbk. "' uV. - ft.Si. Stnd all o ilma Tiis ItrltMi lull "a ptlU. Iwa. ' pii wtlilo'i " toflS ft11 Im.lUl l.')db, lot fuhtfia It Kouhuiky ,wlll i ATTEND itJWWb'UittV CVriMngo S.U' sv.aiy mi Biwav pubUwui, ilUrtfoirl. Ky. j M-lI 7.T3 ullitlvi of mail oan b jividi oalv lVbiuaty lit 'to Mirii 1st. loU to WM A1 l"ii4kiuV5 III t!iw ll1UIitlfll. p i thr Aid a uVUI a. iKult, a ii''.ke to tpx,t ma.rti!ln- - anl pjwlolkvil In otnbr ito tuvi can ?i TUvaj iilin iimw K.forHUMS, CWA. Ui'jkV m Chpinm. i U1 l'r iJJU'' OrilrJ. or AhMt Mr. nii-It J0s;l nn'JH Ve iw. in 3$Hr dAiT Ky., atVvlasv o' of trus-rtvheh Noy l'Vr. IU'ilUoiJ. W. ,M,r, Ju'iikJJ. from - during tL?fn ui HiviiiU, ana Ivv vnjnislty of T'iU irjit uf iVh Mer hunt. ouiy a.w nun y I.nui'j t!le !iw lortird U jji Ue pwii'i "' IVo'uie and not ( Mil" JIIUSl!) .a S Ot.l 'UVi N t flMIl nt5 n' 'iinn Jkboat b r j,vi of Li x.aJy HU'tfoid, 1C, of y0J tn 8"IJ "to the so'ii.',y 'u."v,ln ' honiio nwplc. Ca'filoj.-UiWW. "f H7.--0 t' IU 4 In i'iss.tUu !" wj,y, ftr tMr. lltvrui Jnt I toJiX,0 X'30ld dlCr b'0U IVmtK'll. tho laryv, OtUonlqnse ot tvustys. U '' Dam. (oi-apom-pnmt o No. 112 North Hound 'duo 7:18 . m. dftily except Suliday. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. .Misuse and ion, Mimter irtujrned fnmn a lslt wltJi rlaUien at Evi,nAIlc. Wrrn lliotliis, uf tHws OiB pld vqllaWe jicERnUniS . Pe-a- s re Si'joi'k Ootifpany, b!it Weshinn fltianxas, ur-rlv- Ontario. It deiath qf bjna(t,nir Am-b'box or through Xastemed (to. a- HnfAVn i(qqil un;'on A. S. qf 13.. Comrltji. is. Willies Alton, viMlqt of ttprlght In shatyaw W'K-tl- on 3t a tirue apid i aluad wpfntntpr, ptua boa . Jury, noe sul'ty. of thje lake. A ifftqaynflr. drwa- Wni-bro- se A. W. Yatfa vs. T. SadArs, et a,.. we irllaa tihat flhiauslh binqUHqr I !s box such leftctrs as may ite- - esw , was tnodrBt and lUnFWutnrtng; Mi , dismissed. , rlqil tlfrof. flestam,. opr ileir efftuoxa prin-olpl- e. T. W. Station s. Owoasboro Iiulr- - hils ima.n,ner, (hie jwas sW5p)lfaft in gxsmz-H'u-e n Ul voyas?, land a canoe As isjenrc csji. 'Apfi 'WhHie he (hap (Offm er, dlniKsl anrl setUed. i shone to'c.oHect nbsm.'iatJtihp paiemm ibopie his Tllifpird AJdnldge s. Jphn A. JVntz hial,th 'Oa(r a itanis .tffme wjh cbmilan fqntftude, and Ume lM.vJng the oujtitag fnsil froeMf an3 Soinfl, oontlniuol wih Jnd,s-nv.tito be token iqi ,by (Vie nexit pttfamiSL' t)' we roaogmi'ze tihie iact fthat Hilip Plaintiff o)St,s. ed niaw lirAal. i Oqm'Ji. Qwen and fined s. OV.vr Cro)we-M,tidli- f. n illls lntjn!te has oal'vefl fiiaimie thp pplirjlt pit bmoher of t'leiretjare be It Uuelen Anbrose, i onily .wJvun !o hie wtotji rfrfC frwn .the ydfe ir-- fmnfn. i I! i i ' I i i a iquirlous - postolS'U wn DMUf'(vt'yl-lSla- nl- t danaidia. It Is sivUVxl Thjait to Ao tjv JjnU tw;vihf-ao- on, consists- at d'l'ManUBi a tx I- - .fr iop - lvi ,- 4 ii KaJ-m- as - nin is n l it ,r i Q'llts)f-thew- ay kwi'i itih-- s lue sign-pou- t, lon al bi ti Ulng-iam- , tliiit ii i i itey-isrJ- .' ls -p- - ni' I,f, .J' HWI. s, l't tm l- ii V jffiPJlTiffi uiiUiiia AiiteMfe. iajg. SW !f V IMONG PLAIN PEOPLE .London's Tribute to Abraham Lincoln in Appropriate Spot IN GLORIOUS POMP OF WAR Seemlnflly Hus- ' s -- -i ! vKKKgrai HAVE YOUR SUITS IMIflht and nate With the Wlnncd sars of Poland. Terror Inear- -' Effyf!yPj HANDY IN A A Directory County Ohio cj i Cleaned POULTRY YARD Pressed Dyc-in- I Tower Erected by American and Eng-- , lleh Admirers of the Great Emancipator Not as Well Known as It Might Be. Itarong London each summer there are few who know that In South Lon don there Is a memorial to Abraham (Lincoln. It Is a grnceful tower and Among the American visitors who church, In Independent Bouthwark. Over the entrance are the words, "Lincoln Tower." A large stone tab let inside records, r among other things, j that the tower "was built In commemoration of the abolition of slavery effected by President Lincoln, and as a token of International brotherhood." One of the two large rooms in the tower is named Washington. When first erected, and before tho smoke of London bad blended all In uniform blackness, there could be seen on the spire of the tower stars and stripes in red and white stone. The Lincoln Tower was inaugurated July 4, 187C. The newspapers of the time were crowded with accounts of the great centennial celebration, so that it is not strange that the ceremony of opening the tower was over-Booke- jplre attached to Christ Church, an The idea of the memorial originated with the Hon. William E. Dodge of INew York, who at the time was visiting the Rev. Newman Hall, widely bishop," known as "the dissenter's one of the most popular English preachers of the day. Except for the first thousand dollars, the whole cost .of the tower, which amounted to thirty-fivthousand dollars, was contributed, half in English sixpences and half in American dimes, entirely through the efforts of Mr. Hall, who counted the work all joy for the love that he bore to Lincoln. Southwark is a district of modest jhomes, its inhabitants are people of .mall means, if not actually poor, Just the kind of plain people whom Lincoln especially loved and trusted. 'It would please the great president jthat bis memorial should stand among jeuch surroundings, rather than in a more conspicuous situation or a more Youth's fashionable neighborhood. 'Companion. e and hero under the curved were bodies sheatrd In plumage nnd the skins of wild beasts. Yet this was not enough. For to the swirl of tho roll of kettle-drumfifes behind quartlan, dragoon and relter enmo the hussar, mounted nnd pennoned lnnce nt rest. These men sat their heavy horses, their lances ' made a forest, and from their shoulders rose the famous "wings." Sufll-clently splendid In themselves, they had added this last touch of splendor. From their shoulders, as In tho re liefs of ancient Egypt, rose great wings the rustling of them filled tho theater. Might and terror were Incarnate in these warriors. What foe could stand before the awful slbllance of their onrush, this apparition of something inconceivably monstrous, yet Inconceivably superb? War had fired this people to new improvisations that ended In a grandeur reaching to tho epic, tho sublime. The other nations had but dreamed of war gods buoyed on the spread of carved and painted wings; the Pole dared to attempt them in his line of battle, to embody them, to be ' them. Over this army floated Poland eagle, ground. A white upon Its blood-rebishop raised the sacred relics and the cross and gave his blessing. Plainly, without music, the front ranks kneeling, the mounted men behind, rose a solemn chant of male voices. It was the hymn made for Sobleskl's legions when they marched out to Vienna. Albert Klnrose, in Scribner's Magazine. ear-piece1 Silk and satin, fur nnd velvet hail Eh en away to shimmering metal, to plumed helmet nnd the pelt of bear nnd wolf: Instead of the warm glow of precious stones, flashed tho cold glint of naked steel, In place of caftan, cloak nnd loose trousers, one saw breast-plate- , loin guard and pelisse. And hero were faces curiously still Repairing and Water Device, Shown In the Illustration, Works Automatically How It Is Made. Tho illustration given herewith shows a handy devlco for wnterlng . chickens, writes Richard Lee of Neo- sha Falls, Kan., in an exchange. Set an airtight keg or bnrrel on a stand or box with a small plpo A leading I special attention. Ladies work given ncntly done. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per Club, ICY. delivered. month. I Hartford Pressing Y. l. C. A. Itl.IMl., HARTFORD, Circuit Court-- T. V. lllrkhcnd, Judgs; lien U. ningo, Attorncyj W. .f. Mldklff. Jailor, i:. U. HiurnuB, Clerk j r. L. Master Cointnltloiicr; Jl, T. Collins. TtiiDUe Jury I'limli T. II. Hluck, Slier-If- f, Ilartfoitl. briititli-K-tt- , o. Uvottii, IleiiNtr L'iiiii, a. 1'. Jiiu, Itoiito f, Unit fori!, V. I1, linns lluvliu'. Court fun MoiuUy in 1 ulmiary iuhI ton tliiuisthriuuxkr, tlilnLMoiiiluy In Ajrll, two Uilra .Moiitluy In Oituutr two n County Court. It. It. WnWlnR, JuiIbc; W. A. Tlimliy, Clerk, C. K. Kinltli, Attorney, Hartford. Couit contnes first Momliiy In inch Inoiilli. Quarterly Quurterly Court-llec- lnn on tho fourth Monday In l'ebruary, M..y, AUKUft nnd NtiveniLer. nts Court of flrt Tues day In Jiuiuuiy and first Tuvduy In October. Other County Offlc.rr-- C. S. Mowley. hureor, lordsllle, Ky., n. D. No. 2; Uertiard Jr'cHx ,Ansusor, llnrt-folKy., 11. K. D. No. I. Henry Leach, SuKTluUndeut, Jjr. A. Ii. Hartford; Itllvy, Coioiur, JlurtforJ. JUSTICES' COUHTS. I'o-ll- x, ion-Miia , Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law Will and HA.11TIOKD, KY. hln profalon In Uil Ailjoiulng counties. ConiincrcltJ pra-ctlc- aiul Cronimil I'mcUco a Specialty. ..). Barnes Mfwrs. W. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith Claims-Conve- d. II. JJiinutJ nnfl C. Ii tluut Uioy luivo ionn-- a partiinTOlii'iii tor tilio evmoral practice of l.iw, tit ci'iiiiliiAl anil ilU'or o.Wv, Mr. Smith bcJiig County Attor-iirv- y Is ppiivcivtoJ from pracd'oliiR such Mr. U.iriKts Willi littllvidiuUIy CdsvM. lit Offloe aoctjt such pr.ictIoa Ilartfonl Koimbllcrun UulltllnB, SnilUi nnnoiuioo cc K" il Ia ii 11 B a GILLESPIE BROS. Automatic Chicken Waterer. from the bottom of the keg to the hot- torn of the trough, while another plpe n extends from below the upper levol of the trough up into the head of the TT4 1invi.nl rt inrv find frTr lin 4 rVif , ; remove cork from bjtt(jm ...o ... .. . . ... ana tne water win run into me , pipe a trough until it rises high enough to shut the air off at the lower end ol ' pipe n, when the water will stop run ning. wnen tne water in me irougn is lowered enough to admit air into pipe B tho water will again run from 1 Vt U. S. Chainberluln, Hartford, Tuenday after ird .Monday In Murch. Tucsduy ur-- ,. """''ay In June, Tuesile" after 5. A onday In SejitemU-r- , Tuesday uffr 3rd Monday In Ueicmlier. W. H.&J. F. GILLESPIE Proprietors 6 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK WjLtt i1,'"'". 5" U,Hy Will practice his profession In all thr """"' . ,"'rl,lu Courts of Ohio and adjolnlnc; counties I.V .'u':"":'-3rd and In the Court of Appeals. Also Noafter ilSSlSl ember. nflBrSVtJMCK?l, v"nertown, .'atunlay tary Public. Office over First National Bank. SUtUllluy tei 5r I UMJ,?d"y. I" Jmie, Kiitutduy Hfter l!t ii i?nM y ."' Saturday nf- tnr f3rji ionuy.1" Ueceiiihtr. er '1'u"''y hty ITfter" ajU Monday . Monduy In Jun, Wediusduy nftur nfler 'Ptemuur, Wednesduy r".df?' ,n . Monday In Tlduy after ar.i oll?r fi'i 4,,ui' "."l1"". 3rd y,' Mondiiy Oioinwell. Wrdricd ty tiftir ,lr ,sco"' In Mulch, Wednesday fjni-muer- tff, Attorney at Law HAUTFORD, - KY. YANCYL.MOSLEY, s,,Tla,J" "' it X I''er, .;; ilionum '" Sunders, " ""ioer. Olaton. usu.,Tut.Uuyy"r.rrtoU AVodn..,ihiv ' J. NEY FOSTER4 Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Ohio County KM0;:dayi!:S dro,!d!yri!; A. RAT-PRO- ,ttl,,,NIuuy n;,tr All Matters Given Prompt Atten- tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS CHICKEN ROOST SPECIALTY. PAID TRIBUTE TO LAUGHTER Ample Protection Afforded Against Predatory Animals by Device Suspended from Roof. Horseshoeing a Specialty. ! d.yIn,NoUnber.I'rldtty ilAItTKOUD riil- - M.,Crowc ttf,er 2,,d " Men of Intellect and Renown Join In Testimony to the Value of Jollity In Life. lauch Th vain of a may be rated low by some people: but many writers have attested its worth In no measured terms. It Is not surprising that Charles Lamb should have said, "A laugh is worth a hundred groans In any market;" but from the lips of the somber Carlyle one is scarcely prepared to hear, "No man who has once heartily and wholly laughed can be altogether or Irreclalmably bad." It was Douglas Jerrold who boldly stated that. "What was talked of as the golden chain of Jove was nothing more than a succession 'of laughs, a chromatic scale of merriment reaching from earth to Olympus." "I am persuaded," wrote Laurence Sterne, "that every time a man smiles but much more so when he laughs it adds something to his fragment of cood-nature- accompanying illustration The I shows a convenient chicken roost which Is proof against rats, minks and weasels. This roost is made of two pieces of plank four feet long, four inches broad and one inch thick; five pieces of plank three feet long, two Inches broad and one thick; four pieces of wire about eight feet long. I I POLICE COUIIT. Ju1ko; Jolm U. Wilson I KILL AND oXyj jtlil 11. CURE the LUNC8 COUGH i Hartford, - Ky. V, .Moore JY,J Coojr. W. Dr. King's New Discovery WITH HIK wu S TlnileV t Lohc! i.P i.r?.yl,ir' a trttary, lnJu and w. uMna jFOLDS ife a iTm. trial Settle Free PRICK ItELlOIOUS SE11VICE3. ? AND ALL THROAT ANDLUNSTROUBLES. BUCKBETS SEEDS IsiBil- -t ! SEUS SUCCOO I , I ' I Utl9 tprlg too oar MnaAoeDt caitomer. Prize Coftectloi .l . iiMirwiai Taai tMmamLmmmjUkmm llttefliMatiTirvlkwf plcndldtOviM.ibMlTUlf rJU4t raMk SPECIAL OFFER: ll IUw.BmUm. AtrUlwUl1 !"".Mtnu-TU1Uf LB ESI-paster s'rSSy: y Kldor W- - a' - T?L?7--SW- c!,: Wrtelit n,onrlnK GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OS MONEY REFUNDED. 'A aUi. Write tO'dmy; Mention thl Piper. . feowpUtft4pckiBCB4rMitliUvalaaBVl i coOMtua oc (mi Mftur wtta ay uf i IHirifUTit owiuibi gr M Mill,imm nmt , I SiU U AOt IB JMM VfttlMM mall, IC kK.W. IkUn, 1368,UB5Jc&o'i,,.mi three-foot MUABJftnACbV MV rMEIkmmm " to try to read, much less answer, all the attacks made on me, this shop might as well be closed or any other business. I do the very best I know how the Very best I can; and I mean to keep on doing so until the end. If the end brings me out all tight, what is said against me won't amount to anything. If the end brings me out wrong, ten angels swearing I was right Would make no difference. Sfittchu anj PmlJtntlal aJJmtei ly Abraham Lincoln K 'F I were SEND 10 CENTS Jllfe." Last of all may be cited the verdict of Oliver Wendell Holmes, given with his own Inimitable humor, "The riot- .out tumult of a laugh, I take it, is the mob law of the features, and Pro-'prlety the magistrate who reads the j riot act." The Sunday Magazine. 1 . Chicken Roost. pieces are nailed crosswise to pieces and a wire attach- the four-foo- t ed to all four corners. It is then sus- pended from the roof in the chicken house with the front end of the roost about sixteen inches from the floor while the back should be twenty-Henr- y geven ,nchea As shown in the illustration, the dcCIIET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge Xo. m. K. A A v meets first una third Monday In each month. Owen Hunter. V.S P. foreman Secretary. ' Electric Bitters 8ncceed when everything else falls. In nervooa protuatioo and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. mttrBa?urd.(y Haitford Chapter No. m.,8, 81, O. E S FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE k b tho best medicine, ever sold over a druggist's counter. . i . "OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCO Concerning the Living Lincoln. ' "It was my pleasure to have known iPresident Lincoln peisonally," said Alexander McDowell, clerk of tho (bouse, "I talked with him on several occasions, in Washington and at tho (front, ajii) while I knew him well I Jdpjjot fatter myeejf that ho knew mo well, for therd .wja Pty one of him Kind there were forty mllllgns of me. pSVbat struck m' above all else wVs his evliry'-d'afcTmnllcity "and common y "He met all men as equals, not Sfc patronlilng way, but In a way tha f jvald as plain as words, We are all tot one blood, and brothers. He was great man and he was the only one ,, Ita all the land that did not know It. . "He always remembered his early JatruggleB and poverty, and with a sym rjwtby born of them was ever ready to helping hand to those compelled --Jflve 3o tr!KeL.the roa1 tnat ne na1 oeon ? n hlB yut0 an 1e8in$eii5 H arly manhooiL -- SL -r w"Hfi iraiTttorlstian, hot fc. church a laense. J oy Jemuepjws-ai- tytnflr professions ' ny.gu; ZJtt only.( hn Kolden rule in OClTo'n. loved and had faith in hfs fellow a all times ready to Cian, and stood firm while they as-the ladder ycendefl and no jealous envy ever 'eh 4ered his mind, no matter how hlh but above all a patriot and a lover n tot bis country. We need today Republicans and partisan Demo-jeramen who believe in their duty 08d the principles of their parties and pot so many guerrillas that feed between the lines, now on one side and then on the other. "In hli death the south lost a honest friend and the nation a Lairlot." Joe Mitchell Chappie, In Affairs at Washington," In National pUgazlne. par-rtia- he aicent, "He was a Republican and a parti-Ut- a. sin-Iter- s, MACHINE VII.'. Chapel. OF s The Most Honoraoie uraer or me QUALITY. Bath has ceased to be the Cinderella among the orders of knighthood. With the restoration of high ceremonial In Henry VII.'s chapel the ignominy of NOT the past ends. Although no longer SOLD of the world" that Icethe "wonder UNDER architects of land eaw (for ANY tho last century restored it out of all The caponizlng season is at an OTHER recognition) the roof still remains a end. NAME. thing of beauty. It has been suggest Srnr? thn rrnn nuatn If vnll nro Irnptv. Btantfa finjthe site j jng a record of your winter layers. ed that tho chapel . ... WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. m. of a garden owned by Chaucer. Won- - i 'Uie .Dame wim vermin is a never- "v" ry. who built It. lavished money unon ending one, because the lice never If you purchaso tho SKW HOMi: you will lia o a llfo asset nt tho price you pay, uud will it hfs successors evidently thought quit. rt(i( hnypnn f nlPFS rhalp of repulni. too much, for they utterly neglected Tho early pullets are beginning to It. When George I. reorganized tho 'lay, 'aS a general tblng, eggjj aro order by Introducing fresh blojuli very but, ' Quality scarce. ,S12fJl2PoraD'0 canopieswere jeer- " "rlio remedy for sick fowls Is, best ed; they 'were provided by dishonorI JfSU. I s.. Considered the ax, but with proper precaution ' ably slicing the old ones into two. it St ihc they won't get 8lck. .London Chronicle, tfiree applications of keroTwo or Cheapest sene to scaly legs makes as sure a in the cod ' as" can bo found. iDTeatTnT 4 There are those wbrj begin with A London stoRrnTuttllEateu the cato buy. Teer of Horace Hamfat, an actor. sTSWba, 'intending To keen purebreds II you want a Scwlnj machine, wrlto for Rich today, he was poor and a failure later on, but they seldom doT It Is poBBlble for the hens to la ourlatctt catalogue before you purckate. up to the ago of forty. His life, up to, that age, passed in the provinces on When BhedtaK''talr feathers, but fist Jti6 New Horns Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass. two orTn'ree quid a week. One Sat- when, growing the nowbrmj. .,- -' urday In Manchester Horyce Hamfaty 'Chaff ubbut EijCw "Iuickb makes show Went Op, the manage, ffed, Ithd good GcratcbKfltter and the sooner ISa.Ofl TO floaOO A MONTH Horace for three days llyed on bread It b hauled, tip the better U will be. not need- for yfeur pre tB bvercrflwded, ... tirat n plWk man In Ihll locality. and dripping. Thenaletter came to If the (foaltry-house- . (rlendt. We p nimninLcMidoJrtidmrrer. incJoalnx kill rfff Khmo of tho older birds. Keep To Introduce u to your when klcX. injures, cash pouiuiy "The admirer forwarded spooked up with young thrifty, layers. lirgeat death, btnents for emallent cost. Frrtln-uranc- e and at ' u offer to nr?l apanil and an item from, a ineatrtcai page f Those old heus may be Valuable Hjrmftl himself badfft "keep sakes" bttt the yoUa and vigor- plicant from this place. "Write quHW for that Horacjj particulars. 'ten ;torac) atefatU e1ajtng in ous ones wttl produce, the most 'eggs. THE 835, C6v1lng't'Y, Kv. ffilfecbHH&r Bu thojjp'esetter had Do give tthe late; summeh'&tcned siod,e This item read "truly enough: chicks fi Vhance o eat Ifi'elr meals "Horace Hamfat la, 'starving In Man without Wfng run over by 'older birds. Etcffd xaen and women make excuesien v . -- cited UIrcIs, and that 'has a bad efTcct mechanism of on hto I AH Interpolated. tbe'b'lrds. 1X , A Now York manager was making "Sell all the olfibens that you do TlfctiSo'diiykirid of Veterinaproduction. TS'ot Intend 'tb wirAer. At this season bis first Shakespearean "Mac- :lbey The play being rehearsed waa ry vtJrk. 'HUrses. mules and command a reasonably good beth." Everything went smoothly un- llprlce In mariret. rieed'Atitdie for want "of or til an actor came to the line: "Teh rfftpntion. Calls answeren Get in your winter supplies ana thousand dollars to tho general tuft." 'u'tenslls ttsla rocludes the Incubators day'kir'hfgrit. manager was oa Hu Instantly the and brooders, and what new stock feet. "Cut that line out I" he shouted. you must purchase. "This la an English play and a tWaelc. You may Chink yoa know a goo Veterinary Surgeon I won't have any modern American deal about how to raise poultry, but -t speeches wrlttan Into lLfrttioa 'tho deeper you go into Jt tho more HbHlforcJ, Yraaaerlpt Buprl&efi jyouj will Had. NEW THE SEWING HOME heSe'r!"til l.lKtlru AC A Lizzie Miller Secrttary. .iiVeh "Uer Lodeo Nu- Knlehts of meets every " & C- - J' 'N"y S.UrlCk & Hartford' Tent No. 93, K. O tMr TlH'wfir . nr?nn,rrt. "B1 Commander-1- . ' Koreman. Itecord Keeper. Sunshine Hivo No. , I.. O TM mceta every first and thlid Friday nlKli't n each month. Mis. Attye Anuerson, W. M. Miss n. of-l- "t"'?K. 1- STtV Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason .wo urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK-D0t?AliQHT - ttn T s ecoi.d and" fourth WluSy Mrt """Z . v nlKht ' In ., Ohio Tilbo No. Us, Imp. nicets second and fourth WednA-la- y nlKht In t.ut, mom,,. ljny efIOof . icordSsl.C"Cm- Men, A-- mceU,!:Ue0J.iC""1., dor T on1'i.,"vv"i Y-- , I" P-- . '. No. Coininuil-WullnV- SB Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, Indigestion and liver trouble, is firm. ly established. It docs not irni'r" other medicines. It iu be' than others, or it would pet be the favorite liver powder, with a larger ale than all others combined. F2 SOLD IN TOWN Co,lsul ., Oiirl., W. C. No. 1, I'leston Moiton Post a. A. n. 4 Golikh itulo Ctovo, Wottlmen of tho Woild Circle, meets veiy second ond fnlirlh 'Pll.lbltfl.. flft...'.wmn In ....nl. .1. Mas. II. E. Mlbohke, OuurUIwi; Mrs. E. re-me- . t;iiMiutuu, ".taunahlne Hlva - No. 42 L. O. T. M., nwota every flrtt and (.hltid Friday nlslt fh each Mra. Altyo Orjffln. month. I.dy Commandfr; Mra. II. E. Mlnolik. Laxly Record Keeper, Uough lUver Iodfio No. 110, Knights of Pyth.Us mseta every Tuwiuy ullit. II, L. Tayor, C. C, J, Ney Iloator, K. of IX. & 8. Ladies! Save Money and Keep iB' Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and Using McCall Patterns McCsH'iMsisslssnlU MYALLS MAGAZINE - A. 8. ?". Cash-Bon- Vice Preelderit-- a. M. Woods. B. 1, Kump, Secretary.Tretnrurer Ind. State Officers: II, M. Ffoman, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Hendersoa county Vice President. s. S. B, ItolJertion, McLean oounty, Sec-TVce- National Offlctrs: President U. V. Sharp. Narrews, Ky. A?C i Hvt V. V bi'ii you a aioi hii-blinukleislo ul rueniol) Looping Tim iiosioil o'i tlio laBiuiiu. ' iloiUM anil liaf. I'asliiou l)sln.s Jtew In cjtli liiuo. AUo lr n'i . i iliiabla on nil homo und pet lnfurnJllen I ) jgf -- . -. -r .--- .."- g WARED Of P. Tloeraer, Warrea ounty, State Orwaniser. C. C. Allen, Henry oounty. and I.at-H'Graves, Allen county, Assistant state oTtranlzcrs. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War-te- n county: C. M. Ramett. Ohio coun ty: A, II. Iirooks, Drucken couuty; It. Ii 1. Ray, Hardin county, and J, F. Doss, MunienDerK county. Ohio Courfty Offloers: H. L. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry I'lrtle, See. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hurtford, Ky, A ) i to innfcn In ror Pllenu miu tioino. lili JU'rot.n linatli iliilliliufiir yourself unit lilllbii nlikli y,''! bl' Wi01 14 In stylo snil III. I'llti noiio ceuu bvuil lor fie j l'slu ru f 'sulouuu. i V Will Cut Yo Tim TrtKnU for ccltlni! rub. rrffiQ fcrlptmns nimiiiit your fflmirts. Minionvr. Premium 1'ninlog.io anil Oasli rr.so KW V0 IK KiCUl COSf ANY. 2J3 U 2t9 Wed 37.J 5U McC.ll mlU-nnbllil'lM-rlbs- r-- Hilkl nutiirs. ""'r Uv n year, liitluillns a fieo iMtti'in. H'; Mud unto twlav crcopy. for liuotauinto W. Jrt. RILEY ...... ., COUNTT DOAHD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. U. TIChenor, Hartford, It. F. D. I." E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. . 11. L. Alford, White Hun, Ky, .1. lllcluud Plumer, Taylor Mines.Ky. naSMIIVi HfUfMUn" Datsmj flinU. Its Prsaldtnt bu ymrs of siMrltnc J. Atrcantlls In sna bsnilDs bu.lBMi, Im X ittrs rdarntins H'.uo youos n n snd on for nacrrti. Knter -.111 r. on. Ill m vJvssa.saiBStiasi, m. wmw nuwiw ssj WILIIn las. sm4 iP. Bart h BOOKKEEPING uilaeM.PbeMgraBhy TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY 1 P &- 'ajf- - it.,it,. ..tuA.Ji. litiMliiS MSniifcl l. A .wXflfc. . svrtnrlTrtr''. an - TynewwrftCTimmmr - if IMMMA 'V 1.J' WORK OF THE as THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE DELUGE WosirferpM Cures Reported in Germany. Children Cry for Fletcher's SN.v .'10 vx.v.vt GIRL GARDENERS Jesus They Raise Tomatoes While the Boys Raise Corn, and the Apostles, His- tory and Science, Support the Genesis Record, I 9 T a SSS3SSS$5$$SSSSJ5 T!',? Alwnys BonBlit,ninl which lin been .. vwim. hw !.,... i. Di l Iis been liuulo under his jicr- I0.1."11 "Irvlsloii Mnro Us Infancy. o tnilccoive you In till. Alliw M, JH CiMiiitcrfull.s IiiiiuKliiiisntid nru J.xiHTliiMMitstliiit (ririu Willi niul iitliinger llio Jionltlibut of inland and Gliildrtm Ilvnurleiieo iigainst JlxiierLaicul, y7 CaJ&M'7s nso for over 1,ftV? HAVE CANNING CLUBS TOO, TTrr 11 The Deluge Philosophically Attested by History and Geology Pastor Russell Defends Biblical Account Higher Critics Hejd Responsible For Ap- Mnst-ns-iroo- d" r.til.sU(ii(c for Castor Oil, Pnrc-Korl- e, Drops and Soolhiii Syrups. It is pleasant. 16 nuutuT Oplmn, Morphine nor oilier Narcotic MihMuiicc. Its ko is Us guaraiilco. Jt destroys AVormi and allays Vevcrl.shne.ss. l'or more than thirty years it lia.s hern in constant use- for thu relief of Constipation., 1 Iatiilcncy, IVind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhu-a- . 'It regulates the Stomach and Uowels, assimilates llio Food, ivinu; liealtby and natural sleep. The Chlldreu'8 Panacea The Mother's Friend. Cnsforln. Is What is CASTORS A a harmless The Splendid Movement Was Started by a Strong Minded Teacher and a Few Far Seolng Parents Mary flog, en, Who Canned 233 Quarts. proaching Anarchy. Brooklyn, 2. Peli-rti.ir- y The use of simple licrhs as remedies Instead cf Ihei more concentrated amf usually mora dtn4eroji norjtunic substances, h.'s been revived very widely of hie. In Germa.iy a nenr ehcol of physicienj has arlicn vhlch throws out almost whole ol the nhtrrnacapoa and rclici on nn tJiptatlon of the method of wild i animals in curing t,'. Y. iron.. It was Dr. K. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel amf burdical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y., who first advocated tha extended use of some of our native roots, such as i Ccldcn seal ar.J Oregon graps root, mnndralco and queen root, black chcrrybark. These are the chief ingredients in Doctor ivjuimn wivuicai utscovcry, wmcli lias been so well nnd faorably known ior ncany nan a century. A harmless cleanser and stomach tonio that nature has provided. ,T. Don vtn Matiihson- - of O.ulnlnz, N. Y. ;a y.: " I suf-frrfor over flvo years with w hat tho doctors told me ina (Muted condition of the ttonwch, anoclatnl tilth a attar tV'J m'((njii uf smite, ami nifvtiun hctin. I had tried onouch nut. bismuth, gentian, rhubarb, etc.. to iloat a ship ..:.u i.bwjr.i! tiio'ight tmru v.i noc iro for mo, but after rendltiaf what eminent doctors slid of the curative nrntlltlro ( Mm of ho lnCTodinnNrf Dlvovery' Icavolt a I. .cti.ii.. 'Joo.'tho also tho 'Pleasant nr. ' truthfully say I ati f iliu letter now P In v. thin I him I cheerfully aiojiormivdon to print thia-clve- ... Mr-foa- l -. fiirinur's ulfo l.ml liocn cxnniln-Inj- : the ilNnliiy of corn :it the Hoys' Com hluiw. At length Klie looki'tl up l tititl hurt man-tienml iimUihI In it "Hots- - nltoiit our Klrls? You Imve Hoys' Corn clnln. Whitt Is there for " the Kills to tloV There must be Tlit- ptiz-tlcir: some-thliiii.- Corn Krowlnc eo Wests for the boys GENUINE CASTOR I A ) ALWAYS Bears the Signature of our rural srhools nre comparatively new. hut they are n preat success. Girls' Tomato Ciniilnj; clubs nro still newer, but they, too, are a mieccss. In loss than four years the membership In the Girls' Tomato Canning club has reached the splendid olal of 27.000, nfi In IPASTQg. RUSSELL) Pastor Utisell today the Brooklyn Congregation now g e n e r n y known as "The Bllilo Students." Ills text was, "As It was In the days of Noah, so also shall It be In the days of the Son of 1 1 J. D.llA7r:r;:,ii:Q. i I ' "; ' tr I iuSi.iiiiuiii.ti. " corntry ' to-- v." i .i'Uo.' to tLo boat if. piullf any 'duibtli Thomas' writes uijJIciuo lu Uio mu JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Liveryman Centertown, Prompt A ttention Man."-l.u- ke 17:20. r fmmammmtwmwssee " I. I wmsswNVMMaMjBSflHEisaVNMaMII;nl Bsssvt..? SB SBft y.BssB The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THt CtNTAUR COMPANY. TT MUARAT memmmHt&mrtJ&ff JTKtlT, 30 Years " HCW YORK CtTT. i'amVvV'Ul f!p j f'i1'J "" POSITIONS GUARANTEED position If GUARANTEE need many WE will us real soon. We tbo a get moro you enormous demand ut once to supply we the required for our graduates. As soon as number of studonts this otTor will bo wltbdrawn. So write at onco for particulars. you . MART nOQKRB. QT.O. VT. HCItWAHir, BUSINESS COLLEGE lucoaroaaTan R1TABLTHIIRO tam ixtrrsv-ir.r.K. tuna ky, . '. - j BucWe's "Full ol Life" Northern f'ctli;rrctl.Sfils bitei lenulitiuii-c- l jS.je.ajscs succrsslul sctd growing behind them. llU)sU Gross SEEDS tt. I1I3ANS . vkiAAtiaf x OV ER pl.mt the Seasonable Siectaltles Earliest Red Valentine . . Kefupcr Lxtra Katly . . Ntw Mringlrss Crtrii Pol . IVariiweH's Imp. Kiilnty Wax Davis New Wliite Wax . . Curuc's Rust Trnol Wax . Extra Early Alaska . . . Jj 3 Bushel $5 jo Bushel New IZarly Gralus Ilorstord's Market Garden . J. 50 Hushel UucLbee's Lightning Kstirtss Jjoo Bushel Lattuce. tUsllsb. Tom.io and a full line of Seeds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing- - p"rtJj S?nd lor complete catalogue or submit a list ol four requirements and v ill quote prices. Buy direct Irom the grower Sae Money. Write today. Mention this paper. PEAS .... 14.75 Bushel ft 50 Bushel $i so lushel Jj jj bushel Jj.70 Hushel fa 50 Iiushel IjJBjra Anyone sendtiit a sketch and description may olnmn free ontrklr ascertain our patentable. whether an Coniniunln. iiiveiiilnu Is protiably tluiisstrlctlyconlldcntlal. HAN0B00K onn'alcuu cut free, oldest siiency for aecurlna; Patents. lalenta laxen inrouan aiuun a .u. reroiTo ljfcl.il nollci, ill bout charge. In the 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights tc. Scientific American. etr handn.iniel) lltnstrated weekly. iliiilmi nr nriT acleiilino lnurnal. Terms. 13 a Tar. four months. IL Sold brail newsdealnra. A WWltaatxtSr.. mxlford Ut4 H. W. BUCKBEE SoclfMl.H Farms. MUNN Co.36IB'Md- -'tcB New York Braocb OCIc. X 8U Washlnvton. U. C and TDlnr.MlRKl srompttr obtained In U obtain PATE NTS all eouauurs, or no THAT PAsj ailfenlaa U.m tnoroucbly, at our aspnM, aadTelp you to succoss. 8nd ipod.l. photo ortk.lcbfor fREE report M years' practice. on pauntablllty. SUR- (. working under directions from the government and Hcnttered all over the United States. In these contests each girl must grow of nn acre of tomatoes and strive to can tbe greutest possible amount of the fruit. Although the Boys' Corn club Is three years old In Kentucky we believe this year is the first for the Girls' Canning club. Last spring, when Jefferson county organized Its Boys' Corn and Potato club. It also organized a Girls' Canning club and offered some very substantial prises. The season was an unfortunate one. and those having the work In charge did not at first realize that It was not only a matter of growing and harvesting n crop, but nlso n matter of inruufacturing the crop Into a marketable commodity. Nevertheless, the club marks the beginning and n very good beginning nt that. One strong teacher nt a small, dilapidated sehoolhouse ten miles from the city was the prime factor lu this beginning. The second factor was a strong mother who bad the ability to see and understand the educational value of the work for her child. That child wus Mary Rogers, whose clear gray eyes spell nn ability to hold fast to what she undertakes. "Yes; It was awfully hot part of last summer," she replied to the fluestions put to her. "but 1 had made up my mind to win If 1 could. "Lots and lots of my tomatoes rotted because of the rain," she continued, "and then we ate a great many too. I bought my plants, and they began bearing about the 1st of August, so I had sir weeks' canning. Yes; that was hotter than the patch, because I did the work over a wood stove. Next year I think we'll get one of those ten one-tent- h PASSING REFERENCES. ForfrMUolda Book on rrontable Catenu writ to OS-BO- f Celebrated lor style, perfect fit, simplicity ami K reliability nearly 40 yeirs. bold in nearly P every city and town In the United Statss ai r Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than any other make. 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Vsrlsi4 Pmib Un MUM TullB. rtl't rnwl, aVWM kf4 aVtila UlMalaUU. Oltlll. "' ; ?.? TaVtsTkb TO PLF.ASK I Write to-dMention Ilils saiTrvrs 311 ClilMTS I rfIaUrwirU. i5.'k.. US J Ml Ulu.t.u4. Iwnutb.. I a am I BaBllUTsU Be!. h h -- "a " ' SMIHISS '"" - suaMWSsua. anacMaiiu i a i a, i iwauBONi I Xn fig mm imCrHWa I slmss UIl, HI fjwsl frM ?).; U tLk -- ..Ullirtla-, I I .- ' trill win make Kiitikfactlon ' trvnp. SPECIAL OFFER' A" lutne. gJg'.'Jyia:. II A MI K IIKLI.K HUEl-llElt- lUMlBBaSBtlssnttNl sum's.. a WAainoiorn ". tH. W. Buckbea 13W BUCKBIE EOCKTOUD, ST. ILL. a. nM ?AMh) Grceri,6'. rt:"'"" iftomwarswrttff '&4& Slowfat! j 1b dollar cunning outllts. You know, you can use them out hi the yard under the shade of a tree If you want to. "Yes; I'm going to be In the tomato club noxt year, It they have one. Oh, I'm only thirteen, so I have several j cars moro lu the club. I forgot to tell you that Scanned 233 quarts. have had u good many offers for soma t.iitrltii. flu nrl7.n., UI .i.... I.tif ,.,tit. e....o .". r- iiiirui, ". .. ..l, I..H..I. .....; .1.111 ...1 . tllll-- t , t.n u.uv WHICH IS I1UIII' lillhV, of them at home." Mamie Belle Shepherd, who was the winner of the second prize, tried to grow her own plants and for that reason got a very lute start In cuuulug leys, etc. her crop. As the cold at tbe poles was extreme, so was the heat at the equator. Ocean Agriculture Wilson currents soon set In, which have graduCommissioner of In his late report wrote the following; ally modified the arctic regions nnd "From a department with 2.4-1- em- brought the polar ice as great Icebergs ployees In 1807 and un appropriation toward the equator. of $3,272,002 It has Increased to 13,853 We naturally Inquire, Where was the employees at the beginning of the ark? How was it kept safe? Faith present tlscal year, with an appropria- answers that fJod undoubtedly protecttion this year of almost $25,000,000. ed It. And now Professor Wright tells "Whereas there nro now 62.000 re- us that the region about Ararat conevery week for department pub- tains unusually deep alluvial deposits, quests lications, there were but 500 In 1807, ah If It bad ben a settling basin for and during this period 225,000.000 tbe muddy waters of Ions ago. copies bave been distributed. Hvl-dent1 . I The address opened with a scathing arraignment of Higher Critics. Our richly endowed colleges, lie declared, are undermining faith In 'thu Bible, which means faith lu n personal God, mid substituting a scant recognition of the laws of devoid of sympathy or mercy. Practically etery minister graduated during the last twelve years has been a believer In human evolution. Disbelief In the Bible account of man's creation lu God's Image, means disbelief In a full from 'that Imnge, disbelief In the need of redemption and reconciliation, and disbelief In the necessity for the Restitution to be accomplished by Messiah's Kingdom. Pastor Russell said that he does not question thu sincerity of lllgher Critics. His own experiences along the snme line forty years ngo give him great sympathy for them. He Insisted, however, that It Is not honorable for those who have abandoned the creeds to pose before the public as supporters of tho-.creeds, and to draw salaries uud receive honorary titles for undermining the fnlth of the people, while H)slug as representatives of Christ and the Bible. He declared such a course dishonest and dishonorable. The Deluge Corroborated by History. The speaker held that Higher Critics approach every Bible topic from the standpoint of uubulief, and declared that If they would reverse their position and seek for corroborations of the Bible, their success would be better. These critics, exploring the ruins of Babylon, found clay tablets rudely picturing the ark and containing a few words about it general deluge. Instead of saytng that this contlrmsthe Bible thought, they declare that the Israelites In Babylon drew their story of the Deluge from Babylonian legends. How silly to suppose that the beautiful Genesis nccount came from u few words recorded by Babylonians! Pastor Russell promised that next Sunday he would take up the moral reasons Justifying the destruction of humanity with the Deluge. Through his sermons, printed weekly in hundreds of newspapers, those desiring might continue with him the study of the subject. Geology Confirms the Mosaic Deluge. The great dllllculty heretofore has been to harmonize tbe story of the Deluge with the shape of tbe earth. This has now been met The Valllan theory respecting creation shows that when the earth was In a molten state, it threw off minerals In the form of gases, which on cooling, separated more or less, according to density, and must bave constituted great rings or bauds about the earth, similar to those of Saturn and Jupiter. As the earth cooled, these rings acquired bopnr.it e motions, because of their distance, but gravitated slowly toward the earth, the atmosphere preventing immediate precipitation. Gradually each would spread out as a great cahopy, gravitating toward the poles, because of centrifugal force. Finally the uccuuiulation at the poles would overcome the resistance of the atmosphere, and cause precipitation. Siany such deluges occurred before man was created, uud from these came mineral deposits. The last of these rings consisted of pure water, nnd spread out us u canopy when mau was created. Frozen In Solid Ice. Recently, In Siberia, a mammoth was found with grass between Its teeth, frozen solid In thick Ice. Similarly, a deer was found In polar regions with undigested grass In Its stomach. the catastrophe which produced these results was sudden such as would occur, according to the VulJIau theory, said the Pastor. The breaking of the canopy sent a great flood of water suddenly from tin poles to the equator. Then came the glacial period, when Icebergs floating down from polar regions cut deep valNn-ture - Kentucky. and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.60 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The uepublicaw and uauy kj wens ooro 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 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50- al Globe-Democrat Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INofeheads .Envelopes ' Statements Cards And other printed forms are given t Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says : " Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel I feel as well as anyone can." better-Today; CARDUI Are you a woman Woman'sTonic ? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, k. the signs of weak, nerves and For a tonic, take Cardui, the. woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about it He knows. He sells it over-wor- hi f Writt to: Ladles' Advisory DepL, Cbaltaaoota Medicine Co . Chattanooi o. Tcon., , book. Hook Treatment lor Womeo. sent Iree. J 54 (or SfiUial instructions, and ' . Xm N.'S "(3 V 3SLESS atiiticrcak HOUSE IS SOUGHT Makis Hi mi Baking Easy IN GOLDEN AGE OF YOUTH Be .vSwanwHa Expected to Lead the World 3 Thte at In 80 Many Other Things. shutters, rubber-solc- d sfmnn, oft ruga, cultivated modula- tttoR, .mpprcsslon of all emotional ex and retralnt upon children In .iCtw .liwJi of a perpetunl "hush" are iamvnl tho features of the noiseless by the tewsr: .Miat is recommended tawi vwj'.anlzatlon for tho suppression h A.W. sources of American nolae. It Uw jrtwcmsnionded by this society that uso tho noiseless method of I ACTitfcmctlon of houses bo that muf-Ti- J SiMumers shall Install mufflers for Jeaturen In all edifices. A soft, vnrKffcehral sllcnco In every home Is itniEiAuimcndcd for tho relief of tho srvwywear and tension that the 'jbuxly-burlconduct of homes Is , viik! ?io have upon thoso growing up . 3t c&ri-n- Jfor In addition to all otherbeen The only baking the noiseless homo has jvrTtttJinendcd tho antlsnoro appll-mrjomads from Royal Grape 5n tho form of a halter to strnp Cream ytvntwirf the snoring organs of thoso NO alum.no lime phosphate Uwa afflicted, so that they will be from their somnolent pastime. TIA8 noiseless home, says the Haiti-BirAmerican, la said to be tho com-iap- ; Continuity in Advertising. .xwcesslty, and upon this Is a I ?rt! p'l Vt m 10 int w tho suppression of unnece" isiu,jii' a f . .1 n v, ssary Tiolees on the streets. The tlmo -.iV.ni a dlsiippo'nvd iVuV I i.TMjilng of course. It must come will bo ailts do n". Hi.u(lui ! fo !, r.v. rrttrao all tho activities of lite as noiselessly ns the uso uVi tn.,.. Mltn life ! , :f.jv tottery of noiseless rifles In war- m's r Ile In u 'i ut'il M .1 p i'Uc cUtci"on ( i f.' '.si", ,,"t fare. a'i ti- - a Iv irl'3 r eonsu't b.- '( fiWAY WITH CLASS HATRED of mV'TinsMp and liu pOYAl . "College Life" a Thing Alwayi to Regarded With the Tenderett of Memories. Tho phraso "collego llfo" Is an Americanism and It has no equivalent In any othor langungo but English. It rinaftrllinn in flinan ivhnan ttan ...III, PARCEL tomers. POST DELIVERY .ittssit mm -- ' ' I mod-vjrr- ii y POWDER . I -- Absolutely Pure I I j, powder of Tartar ' I j con-Eiri"- 111 ' I ' . r. cro-vd-- 1 understanding and sympathy, an ex perience out of which grows a deep sentiment mado up of pleasure, friend, ship, affection, loyalty and pride. It seems to them "a tender influence, a peculiar grace," that reaches out across miles and years, dravlng thorn back to their Alma Mater, and the comradeship of their classmates. To I most graduates their collego life I seems their golden ago; through the! mist of years the campus becomes an ' Island of Utopia whoso very tediums I grow bright in tho retrospect, the sting of whoso sins and failures wns always lessened by tho power of tho Ideals and hopes that filled its nlr No campus over was a Utopia, and tho most golden ago of memory has doubt-- I less been much alloyed with baser metal, but If thero Is not something very bright nnd beautiful In American collego Ufa It in hard to account for tho feeling In thouennds of gray-lulr-- I er men that long ago In their youth, besides the education thoy got, thoy gained around the knees of Alma Mater lasting Joy. Mrength and Inspl- ration that was not entirely contain-- ' ed In tho books thoy read and cannot 00 exactly raciisurru uy 1110 xnowi - j edco thev acnuired. Paul Van Dvka 5 In Scrlbner's Magazine. t J I j l Is being used by this store in delivering merchandise to its cus- We will deliver anywhere in the United States any package of merchandise by mail. we sell that does not weigh over eleven pounds, On all rural routes out of town the charges will be as follows: 1 st pound, 5 cents. Each additional pound, 1 I 1 cent. 1 pounds, 5 cents. The charges for fifty miles in every direction from our town will be as follows (except rural routes): Each additional pound, st pound, 5 cents. 3 cents. 1 1 pounds, 35 cents. 1 i o! xy. J3Ssr.Vnct?on of Condition Should Be ar.Ptterjjotten If the Ideal Ever Is to Be Attained. t.U l - He will b? told U rw-J't- i, tii.3 m'.n.l Ilk (V- - nTn'iisr Ci-,vr- AND i MR. VANDERBILT PAID if We're getting very luxurious in these 'days in the country as well as the city: (I i 1 (1 os;i!ns n,-- : affK-li- l ,ajs a.iiy tjy tie .s'rsl" t- - , u: "i Jm j i .'TiJIViT. "Get tho Very Best." Vas His In atructlon Sequel Became Only a Matter of Course. i Any time it isn't convenient foryoutocometoourstoreandmake your own selections, up by 'Phone and we hurry get, send approval anything you want that doesn weigh over eleven pounds and which not over 72 inches length and circumference combined. not convenient anything you are This Is how tho into Cornelius Van or in a call us to derbllt found himself piling to an In j -t oii wuM pcvi'Iv i' stitutlon the samp costly will on If had just selected for his pal i's t.itiir't i to a Um.9 t inu. York homo: ,i pram vi s pls t is Saint Johnland Is a u'tv'ly for a Hort flm . ! i tv munity on Long Island, church com. whero differ l !n yr-m'Tl. uii'S firmly ences of faith play little part In the 1 in Tj ma fl.ant w' o will a.iv ii' admission of some 200 children and I i'y f l.i tt only lit a r'l.u1' IV' old people. Mr. Vanderbllt. Its vice-- t I tt '11 U siiiTi-t- il to iv'e r HI t'l1 .J.'l' president, offered one day. through J for If to tv.'l nii S,r lilni In hli Tf.. llu, !' Dr. Henry Mottct, to give the chapel carpet, and told Dr 'tloa i'n l ; illiiipyni'.nl ir . - i i.t a mail. Mottet where to buy It. Tho article i I to ari? iw, continues: Tli" in.ii In "Oct tho very best," said Mr. Van ultli as" uiio'i pi j- liiia sell derbllt, who had just finished his new it e a if I'n- - f.i- il" "1 ( MV't fin house at 1 West street On--in'j.1 &t i ti." ati a mill s Mr. Mottet accordingly looked over on ni rt .V alii f.lrvT, . 'U'i.4 ; in ' carpets and selected a costly one ol o It - to a if red velvet. He told the clerk It wns as iur.. in for an Institution, gave Its rather gen $ erous dimenslonss-to-bo- , and added i is in mail-ord- er that the bill should go to Mr. Vander-- j FOR FLETCHER'S bilt. The clerk had somo difficulty to, J sell recover his composure. don't supposo you know," ho vol "I A. S. of E. Notice unteered, "that thi? is tho identical solicit mail carpet selected by Mr. Vanderbllt foi TV OiTiiirowi M'uV-- t i 1.(J-- ! per- , his new houso!" Lti!i,T will m in', K Tha Vanderbllt carpet Is still In tha in JLorclav V.'h. 10. 'Lt 9 n. n- 31tUe clwpeI.-T- lio Churchman - ar-to,J ip ,'.' ,'i- -H Ml ill It tni; 1 . airt'Jitekl. an Vint Need Not Be Drudgery. Something New to Her. ms!ns to attpvl to. Oj of m!o'i Young American women would do will It t,V coih.Vi a.: Via qf 1 W&lldish sarcasm seldom is so well to becd tho words of a recent Usually It Is the result of lecturer on household economics, who -. 'Stofe Aten, clear judgment springing J. M. l!U.- -i. said that housework need not necesinvrt inGtlnctive and Instantaneous J L. liliOW.V, Sm.. sarily bo drudgery. She says it is not rnrMfifeatioii of the truth. Hut some-i)vtjs- f drudgery, onco Its technique Is mas-- I it has a cutting ring. tered, any more than dancing or plane Xfci .And Mrs. Stubbs, for Instance. i playing or acting or singing aro dla-- . W) fi;votcd home missionaries. Their agreeable tasks, once the girl has cXWiTisa are well used to being told rtw Iiighly desirable articles of food Write to Peruna Testimonials If You mastered tho basic principles of each of thoso arts. Housekeeping Is rela nasi: clothing are not for, them but "for Want to Know tha Truth. tively simple when one knows how fur iLrtrd," or some ecclesiastical yTTVV - TVVVVTVV by Tho difficulty la that few tako the The follqivln? letter was received '"svii.Jent. This fart occasioned Httlo Dr. Hartman through his reuular cor- troublo to learn how. If tho same InSrCrtiftt'H recent sharp speech. respondence: telligence and persistence are used "I notice the testimonial of Mrs. jt 1ot,-.- r.in n- -. .mr tatie,i ntt'i Uv "tfh, mother, those cookies smell tlff ,by j, Candy Recipes. ,!., Bogle, which you give In your as are employed In mastering any of she cried, entering the kitch-- r Alice T r.'lpe m.iL s a'x.'t Julf p. f'TJiil t U imx i 0ii- - miv'I-o- f I should wrlto her do tho other accomplishments, after the UiMON' Hl'TTJlU. in vhich her mother was busied. last article. If PWiTiuliit. HW you suppose she would give me further learning period Is over, tho practlcs ...ttir.m all t, o tfT It s Roll lmlf a pound of Jiivnn stilsar wld they for tho Young People's 'b.lni,-- cook'il. Aluviivlfr. a I liavo heard It Thero w.vViuts v Abe Sunday achool picnic?" particulars? that such testimonials said is comparatively easy. acnulrine Isany a tallr"jioontiil of iliifufif nnd nurr.nr 1'ut SKAu ro.UI t'NIY. are period of dnidcerv in many times h.iuyp.ui J.'ii',9 iiv ' or- - In fu't. iiny aula . nk p tcurtul ten'iil:vvt-H.T'iloo i "Weilhor, dear," was thi answer, fakes: that tliey are either absolutely of u p.'iit ot ivatr for artf no matter what It Is. and no ono . of u nip of iin .syrup In tUs ii.iy. 'l?ir, "2aj are for you." fictitious or else the people have been . t housekeeping or adl a Jicaplns t;il)lrcppnful of lj,u,lt?-tt lf cupful of ni'.- -. Iiili nn"l who had forgotten all about hired to write them. I have been In- aji I ."ailc. Is not willing to UiJl nsaln .until tji" ciinily lnaine music Bcr iwnrnlnent birthday, was surprised cllned to write you a great many times submit eitherthowho Flying Mon Fall. necessary period of brPtlo when lroptd lnt cold wjjiiiA'. a little ilipppeil Into a cup at rold ,wat.r to but these stories about patent medl- aiwi? tielighted. spirit a brittle Uifcii,!. TKut tlie wJilto victims to stomacli, it from live flrv. 'Add JnUw ot Uiir and klctne cine advertisements have discouraged . training. Hut ease comes with know. Ta.l -, cnother," Bhe exclaimed again. me Htlff. Torn tie h: Hyirp tpinblfj Ju.it llk3 otVir lViopV', of tvo from doing so. I am afflicted with Ing how and disposing of the duties lomon ami pour lirlo a Hlultuiv, with llko v"Swiejw dancing, "are we really going catarrh and should like very much tot in a systematic, sclenuvor It In a tlilu stricu.ni, buatliiK all iKMults In lois of pan. bvik.uchc, nar tyunw) Bonie ourselves?" find a remedy such as your article de tiflo manner. Exchange. the titna until nrarty stiff. AM one Uriusnsifvi, 1hm.1.i.c.u', jwhI OUANGK KINGS. ILiUivii, scribes." To the above letter Dr. Hartman f'illni;. Hut tlwm's no rw.-Iloll t,no ciufus of gnanutated sugjr cupful of nut inits of any :Lsve the Real, Not an Ideal. nnd turn qut on iv tiun"iii:BlpJattf. to 6fd .Illg. ititu.t lut T. .D. I'ubliv.Iterary, made the following reply: Victim for Each Building. cupful ot wa,t,jr un1)!! It anil TU ia o easy to love an Ideal, and My dear Madam: I do not wonder! AV.AI.NU.T CltW.iM CANDY. Ttervi.. ipnoved. "Six l)',ts of E!itpte The belief. Illustrated In tbo ballad wjll form u in iv'tr. utrnMi Mil "M.- U ardently. It has no obtrusive that you arc confused and have lost of "The Drldgo of Arta," that a human The ItnauiUotits aiv .tww nupfuis of B(titirs" he aAA the .stiff white of an ?srf aid a Jialf remedies. .'.MrkrrjMlon. It doos not fret nor vex all faith In advertised wirsf "dil mor ,V) hio , cupful of a pinch nm aw stiprus'j'i and eixil against victim is required to lnsuro the sta cupful of o.'ans;' aulp. Hi.il until creamv sugar, Vuin U doesn't sip Its tea or coffee with There has been so much saidconcernw billty of a bridge or building survives them, so much controversy rinvylims I : ijftfcagreeablo noise; It never puts and turn on a Kreu,j.?d twanl. Gni3 uf crojam ,tarta.r, on," nuntul ot popped all oUkt stont-Lql- i .Jo ing them, I am not surprised that in Greece today, J. A. Lawson says. I Ktt Smife Into Its mouth; its ntlxUiw t blifk walnut mVs ami om liuTl'n tluy help eirybly. Us folly t,o Huffjr boots somo people have lost confidence In There Is no murder now. It suffice! the rolllns pin an r,II fie fill extract. Wltv'iinjtt fcUrrlui; iilwii this creak when you have a head-iT- . them. lyni'tly will ,trlu you to obtain, preferably from nn enemy thin. Cut in rings wWi a iini(ill baklti,' t)i of vanilla I wish you would write Mrs. Bogle, jnlxliif lmll tlin Pi'Uiir, wutp iuo froiii Uve f it nevor worries you with ques-j'iv- s ilnue. Try It. Only i) or an old person, a hair, nail paring Pioilr imji and dip pysli rln in ,iaiitl when you wish to be silent, and as one woman to another. I wish you oimin of tiruir toifWr tinUI it .fMr.in (Viiits at all druusfflsti. shred of s Mwcr leaves you when solitude Is would nsk her whether who has been or stick clothing, qld shoo or a thread alnvvi'l .nieiitx. lil iititu'. a HOft ball wliP4i itrled (In marked with tho person's I'rJANlJT llltlTTLK. hired to write such a testimonial, wiwmo. It Is beautiful, Inaccessible, I whether her testimonial represents tho height or footprint measure, and bur 'lxV fio.n fio K'liiie afl sit pi a unW riSTir.il, ftaiili, of lii')l,uil'ws Some Don'ts. To n hMrMe forever; nnd we may love It truth. theso beneath the foundation stonn n Id a rtaljlwr.il nful of o,f oold naUir tor Uiivp inlnuVM. Uj'-unti- l 1 Dm't wuict) in vimrcli. It's a nioaiw to iho heart grows zterllo for earth, I hope you will remember that she 13 Tho victim dies within a your, but the bio.iu si.w . it beiiviiew whit ilI nrolMi;-- M p tuflHH auiki, f Ji'it- ilneS'"1'1 'Mid tvUij tint aToi'iiit -i- UiiK 10 bloom in heaven. a liousi'ivlfe, llk'i yours. If, that sho has " - In my poor huniblo way of Komcthliijj to do besides write letters, building Is sufo. tm. li'ill Vbjii. V,litfii 'Ut ,)V1 iirtV.r T;iau add tlte i.'iullla ttii'l t'v MTVV"1 IlMl't U EOtloflMl ,to Jp,y ii, you pj. l'ven shadow will do. Mr. Law vr,:,Tg thero even's to bo moio1 that .sho Its a woman of midorato son wasa hlmaidf dragged back by r tmtt 'ii ,n nvatle wu,c"j?wully iuki nut nil ii,ttf. 1'iiiu' Into l'iy. 'Til mi Mvve iitMs'i to ifjt bonik. in IovIiik Uieae poor human ere-- marina and cit not afford to wrUo theso friend in S.uilorin! so ct Uikhu m. U pi a fvM' an I umik lnA iipmiivv. I'Mii't ml Wt4.vl mlit'i iiw n,'jt l,i'i that his shadov. t."H-xufuI . l - iiliom wo ee about us ovcry ' lettorH and pay l.er own pontage. 1:11 across such a fata1 bu l '.ml pi. hope you will eurlut atamp so she can nilcht not d'KANl'T MOLASSlfS OANDV. fiat ndT lo-- '4j,itiuki . f .. ta:t In loving the ilMnut, June-- answer you without o.st o herself. spot; and the mayor of ARrluleu told t I'KpPKuniNT rr.oiii. IJiW't follow ti'vu Unumi J1U a uupful, mob, ut iiiOkjutM. upd umlo jk' idcul that can neither be bet- - lint. lioKle 1h h e.y ostlmalilo lady Mm tln.t his four pradQccaeors had you nr MtML-woina for all th? love which nnd no doubt you will both profit by nil diiU from lettarlng their shadows ..Mawwv tfo iHipfus of v.uiuiAl )ifKll - IMUlir ultli A tbloMfil 'if vliif$.,- u;vl tivileu Uvit .iwwt, of Wt'-t-r. liow't iuityt ,'i'v Aium a iimi win) ujjrr jaiiil put (it a ttaufpnui. All I lavUU on it. I'rom "Klrgtle." bc!:igr aequal.iUd mI.!i tt. U other. fall.ou foundation dtonee laid by them UUjpCtd of M1 HMtllT Wkl MtH Hit PH't Tvrw I'JU iiuitlt a Ut'Io drt)fril bi H tVVfr of lor u conclude to try I'eruna Should . iMMiNBt for your catanh I vould b vety i;l.ul nu t 'it ;trt of tii hfiy. Boll fm wator Immi'iiimi JulttW. .Vill n oiifv.lJ Uou't e.p. rt UtuMiiuiv'Ay ii icpru ti to hear of the r ir.lt. I can assure you iniuteil,' jilihiiitil w.yau. It- - j'ni with a Wtt-- r of ImrolntWiii. Fire Without Flame. that no uee will bo mado of your let- - ' An Englitiu ongluoor named liodc J) mlri u tt. li'ArrUlK Mueiiloiwliy. Wimti of s'ttJU)!, rtUltiu to Higher Life. It fii'; ink! a t airmail i,f lm't buy mr f,'l-i- l, 'b'y iivr inii iIioiij i', ky ilro.iiiur t UUU luivo ter, except by your written conont. .',' illudus have a theory Hint nftei to haa Invented a wuy to liavo lire with' Into j. wi4 of ro,M niMr. It hUoull buX'ns o'.m. 1? at U 'hmnl twia po ir'.lnta Wit as bui .1 Uvmj yoi jwjJe Muar. : . n uulmalB lho again in a (lllfuruut lire, lkijile veri- kindly conseiitt'J m out lluuie. Ills apparatus consists ol - j ihouo that have doi,e wull la a have mo ue lu-- K if r, which 13 takx tho iwns. jJJrilf. Kx, Mt .H.rlngy (uid luil. S,-reason for dnltu nnd you will bu n porous jilata or maua of r, tho.e that Imve done 111 In a tuated I'Xuftiy as t'. h.is Ikpii. ; ipoi'coun cwun-- . Itiui (iu j.lov) iwkd ipour Wn jhii) Iii'j) ?lic frngiuuuts, within which ho mixes l TJia Trials of aTrnvolor. ' r grade. To roalUu this thoy find People lecoivr fmm chronic catarrh Put ofi t)ilVrjn mfiil of buttr in'j gus and nlr In the right a kIim ir lw.ll Vi wVih-'- i (,'it powerful Incoullvo to n virtuous who tako l'eiuiia. There la no doubt tnltammablo "I am n titowJlne p cm iriiillH oM'.tmt. iStll a .kJtk) wlVi Hutu tablqtpoofulii of tVttnw," writes of pruportlous. . Hut whother It bo truo of a fu- - about that. Some aurprlbln.? rocovorlo3 Whon tho gas U first turned on and ii'iu mivtur pi iiie bowl rapidly with urUer twrd ono Mipfiil uf ivblt susw K.- K. Youisii, i:. I!rk'ih5, Vt "awl ro life or not, It is certainly truo of are reported almost dull. 1 have thou- ! oaiUy. T hi n put iiji otoin troublenl iwatlp-i.Uia llamo until rixicly thorn In my i'jr prHsont oxistoiir.o. If wo do our sands ofSAI.1J AT ALL files. PKRUNA lighted it burns with'When tho ut tho a teaspoon uiull Uio uimp liviU t'it bull tliro (ibwtN Afto uloBly kvi1 jso-- aiul lnlltwutWn till I w'!i to iwii Dr. IS l'OIt DtlUCl SsTOUICS. surfneo of tho pinto. air is ajl nifuniy In tKietan. wt for a day, tho next inornlug we SlMICiAl, N'onci: Jiany persona1 turned on tho llamo disappears, but Jfa,; r.iuty u Icrj;, fkit shunt f S:!ir until the nut'ar in ovun'.y Kiiitf's Nimv i.it inia, wiiiu'j x Juavo 'mil ilbo to u hlghor llfo; while if aro tnahiu? lnuulrliis fur tho old the heat increases. A tempuraturo of 'ivvwphis pipnr on tho kltolicn table dlstilbuUil ovr Um xtxtn. woul'l Take the found iui ovctfdlnU vxntiXy." ilv .,i r sImo way to our passions and tomp- - LuVrmJinaiiAw nuoliout uT.d0r eav. 3,200 degrees Is claimed. put tlia l stir co;ui:,s etiiUi,ili, Uvur o? kidney traublus th?y manufacti JHTxwm wo tako with equal certainty, name of aiifl uiiW UiU (lwj Uttto found dabs, uf kettlu fium t,i,e tins what uso of this inveutlou can by Coinpiiiy, Columbus, oa aro uiwjuaUd. Only a wnta at all Mlf ;i WtUp. In yisi way posrslble. until It a mop downwurd, toward a lower na- Ohio. Write them and they will .be boJust Is yet a question. tho mixture as rapidly as made pleased to scad you a free booklet. luro Lubbock. Duiu't Ut the mlxtui.' Bpt too uoal and may liii.je qafih katnuX atp.airtte on.d alt ilrusjiu.s If n rja .s Tv.fiiaps there Is no feeling moro jcfifJa, snore elusive, and more dlf-2iss&s. to cradlcato from human nature rauu Ihe sense or "superiority.' a fa a hundred different ways It itself, nnd w clas3 of society &.Y.VXZX free from It. 'S5i professional min's wife 'to tho grocer's wire, tho .''r-0i'wife patronizes the. mechanic's jKPk, the "charlady" looks down on Cfi "ptepslady," and so it goe3 on. 5i it any matter for wonder, then, i Oiose who clothe themselves In y puvyfe and fine linen, who fare every day, who are surround-3iS"y all the culture, all the beauty, sa;i5 itfl the luxury which modern can provide find It hard to IwiJji'fle that a common humanity binds 3)uwui to people who dwell In hovels, bauds are begrimed and knot-- t T;tth barren years of soulless backs are bent beneath the v.3.rcric Jburden Imposed upon them 3rcnx their cradles, and who dwell KjKJiaiwusIy in the company of the pectora of disease and poverty? "Jta gulf certainly seems almost o but it must be bridged acy advance can be mado In the !wjouoi of tho afjolttlon of class war iaBs Jiatred. Chicago Tribune. mar.l-Ztxfifi -3,-nsump-xerxn&S ni,iit of pis 1 your )lay str'.Utnj only a.t i yz I V- 31$ j TK-n- r i you telephone your orders, send them by ' much-neede- d j L iri--'i- 'i ' All goods that we are at the lowest possible prices. . I We Klfty-sevent- 1 w;.e -- !- Children" Cry CASTO Rl A i '. pfv-v-i,11 ' only have one straight legitimate price. The prices mail orders you would get you bought the goods are the same person. the country, department store or There no concern house, that can you goods lower than we can. We your telephone and orders and guarantee X feet satisfaction. !- Dr. Hartman Says: E. P. Barnes & Bro., Beaver, Dam, Ky. p ...ijic VTtT I ,;" vT,t rd so--iv- j ji.-;- tiio-tlilu- one-lia- I clear-heade- - .tlrf-rl- . k'l-i- il rtin-Jai- m I I one-lm- lr w.i-ir- t ." atw I 1 ' . 1 1 l, l '- 1 t'-l- 1 i yi ,l' tiui . I n H r .i - O