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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST we TO REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY No. 3 shooting at' the barn, and They ono bullet struck my horse. I was fn a narrow stall with the kicking, struggling animal, and thla, togeth-- , CLOSE er with having to shoot botween thoso logs, kept me pretty busy. Ev- -j en at mat i nil ivranic twice, onco In the leg and once In the shoulder, Oregon Man Shot Frank and I wont to tell you that If I could have got one good shot at James Twice. hltn between thoso logs the career of ono of the Jamea boys would have ended .right there, for I was a dead Then shot with a pistol In those days. Old Friends Were Enemies Just as good, and niaybo better, than 'either of the James boys. I say that and Pistols Were Prank was as near to the end of the Busy. trail that day as he ever has been, and he knew It. LI I Farming Is Not Profitable. Condon, Ore., July 27. 'T saw a pleco in a paper a month or so ago Washington, July 28. Farming Is Bald B. K. nni Ihn miMt nrnrltalilA Jiualness In about .Frank James," 'Searcy of Condon. "The piece said he the world( rallroad press agents to niU atlll living in Missouri on the tho contray notwithstanding.. accord-ol- d farm, and that ho was In goodng. a bulletin of the dspartment health even If some of the iapers ot agriculture. did try to mako out that he waadyFor tho flrat ttme jn the history ing 61 consumption. That piece Is or farming' In the United States the right. I know that Frank Is still department has managed to get accu- alive and well, and f you've got a rate data on the 8Ubjoct. little time to waste I'd like to tell lt re,,ort3 that the average Income you about a tlnic that Frank James of tho American farmer la $040.40 'a wus a wholo lot nearer dying than he year ..jt lg reasonable to infer," is right now, or 'probably ever was B!Lya the del,artment, "that at least in all hla mlxups. nalj ot tho farmers In thte country "Tho James family and my family havo oven 8n,auer Incomes, moved from Anderson County, Ky., "individual farmers here and there when 1 was a baby and Frank was have nC0mes larger than this aver-onl- y a few years old. We went to Clay age,but tho facts Indicate that on the County Mo., and setteld there. My whole th jncome3 of the farmers in father and Frank's father were both tnlg country, eVen If we Include as Baptist preachers and worked togeth- - a part of the ncomo those things Nr a great deal In revival meetings, cong,,, on thQ farm where they and they finally built tho New Hope are 1)rooUCC)jr i8 certainly not more Church, a brick building, that stood tnan gllfficent to pay 5 per cent on for sixty years. It was torn down the nvcstment and ordinary farm lately and a bigger one built there. wageB for tne iabor"they do, and if The James family and our family u probably considerably' less than were always the best of ' friends In tal3 tliose days. "Well, tho war broke out when Awas only a boy, but every one was RUBY NEAL FAUGHT Ineedod, and I enlisted in the Fifth, Missouri Cavalry. The James boys, WINS PJNY OUTFIT who were getting protty wild at that sympathlzeres. oM time, were robel although they did not enlist In the ContestTwo regular rebel army, they did Join la Republicans Quantrlll's gang of bushwhackers and Other Prizes Awarded were members of that gang which caused so much suffering through that Saturday. section. Our regiment was stationed in Mlsbourl during almost all of that time, and of course we had many pony Shetland sklrmlshfB with Quantrell s gang, tne i The Republicans majority of whom we knew, although contest came to a close lasti Saturday of course not so well as the James afternoon as anuounoed, and lat 4 boys and several others from our o'clock tthe doors ot .the office were home In Clay County. Many times a closed and the count .of the ballots detachment from our regiment sur- - ,hejan. It was a heavy task to get hundreds of ballots prised the James boys and others so many of Quantrell's gang when they least assorted and counted, but the Judgesj exiected It, and naturally they laid were as quick as possible to have this to me, for I knew every hog- - an accurate count. The Judges were: I Dr. A. B.rRlley, city; W. C. Wallace, path In the whole country, there. "They finally became convinced route 3, Hartford; Prof. W. It. Hed-th; was the cause of their troubles rck and Attorney A. D. Kirk, Little Miss Ruby Neal Faught, at that time, and word was brought to me that the James boys had said daughter of Postmaster and Mrs. U. they were going to 'get' Searcy. I s. Faught, of Centertown, was the lald no attention to that, and shortly fortunate contestant, and won the after Quantrell and his bushwacklng pony, buggy, .and harness, the first votes, gang Jeft that part of the state for prize. She received 111,480 the battle Master Gayle Taylor, of Hartford, xil, time. Soon after this. i at Glasgow, our reglmentwas al :st wna the winner ot the $30. bicycle, ,'tfiped out of existence, only eighteen which was given as second .prize, juen being left. We were Bent to Little Miss Osa Wesley, daughter of .Missouri City only a short distance Rev. and Mrs. Ell Wesley, ot route from our home, and were stationed 3 Hartford, was the winner of the there for several months, together fne goid watch, the third prize. She --with remnants of other regiments. We reolved 30,750 votes, who received had nothing to do, and it was easy other contestants to get leave, so when Lieut. Smith honorable mention were Master Lark-aske- d tho Clay County boys to go to jn Griffin, who received 7,000 votes; a dance at his house we Jumped at Master Oscar Bennett, who received the chance, thinking maybe we would 21,310 votes; David Smith, of Mc-ssome of our folks, and possibly Henry, 2.910 vote3, and Ellis King, 1800 votes. our sweethearts. "When we got to hat dance we , Everybody appeared to be well the prize did no know that, the Jamea boys pleased, and especially were In that part ot the state, but wjners. During the count of the they, with others of their gang, hod votes an Immense crowd gathered In also come home, and that night at Iront ot tuj8 office to get the re-tdance they surrounded the house, turns, and after the count had been but did no shooting, because some of rea,i 0ff the winners were each pre-th- e girls there were sympathizers ot 8ented with their prize. theirs. They didn't bother .us thatu night, and In tho mornjng there was RUBY NEAL IS THANKFUL, Centertown, Ky., July 301 wish jio sign of them. no. with four others, I wont to tho stablo to feed my to thank my many friends, who help horse and get ready to return to ills ed me win the Shetland pony, buggy ourl City. I did not notice It at tne anj harness In the recent contest time, although I did soon alter, but of Tne Hartford Republican. RUBY NEAL FAUGHT. I was the only one going to the -- r stablo who had his pistols. A Splendid Feed. "We had been In the barn only a Jttle while, whon, looking out thru Arab Feed is a balanced ration "lie logs, 1 saw Frank James on his every product (and no ..! Contains , .v. h rn . and uoroo . ju...... .. othori. that it takes to make flesh.- . ...... 4 iu several otnersewse ueuuui, bone and muscle. Will tone up the that they 'thought it was their chance appetite and Increase vitality and Searcy,' so I wasted no Ume to got Horses are fond ot it and n turning looso at Frank, ut miss- - activity. At the first shot his horse will eat it in preference to any othed him. was train- - er feed. For sale by W. E. Ellis. started Jumping, which It Merchant, Hartford. Ken- .i to do. and this mode it hard tor Produce M. the logs, tucky. uuo to get aim between j at ( ee he 1 i, -- :,,:, about 9 o'clock Mrs. Foster heard a noise In the poultry yard, and called CAPTURE MADE to her husband, who raised on his pillow, and could distinctively see AT CENTRAL the thief at the door of his coop. Mr. Foster ran out to the yard and knocked Hines down and Jumped on ''11111 him, before he could realize what had happened. Mrs. Foster then ran In- Captors Get Big: Reward to tho house and brought out the For Negro. family revolver, and Mr. Foster held his victim until Town Marshal Stevans t arrived and took Hlnes to the coun ty jail.. In the scuffle with Hlnes, Mr. Wanted In Several Places for" Foster was bruised slightly, a3 he Forging Check from $500r only had on his night clothes, Hlnes made an attempt to get away and wai; to $1000. given a gentle silencer by Mr. Foster every time he made a move. Hlnes will be arranged before the Central City, Ky., July 29. One oi authorities immediately and every the most important captures ot reeffort will be made to put a stop to cent months in Western Kentucky this business. When Hlnes was caugtt waa made here last Sunday morning ho had already broken into the coop j by the local officers on telephone in Itself is a penitentiary of- - structlons from Ellzabehwtton. The fense. He had his sack with him to man captured was Arthur Johnson, carry off his booty and carried a colored, wanted in several places" for heavy loaded cane, which he tried to forging checks of from $500 to $1,000 use several times. ' each. He was turned over 'to tha EUzabethtowm officers by Chief ot Negro May Withdraw Name. . Police Langley. Washington, July 2S. Senator Hoke A message came from Elizabeth-tow- n Smith and Senator Gore talked with Sunday morning asking the loPresident Wilson today about the op- cal offloers to be on the lookout for position ot the southern members to Arthur Johnson a big mulatto, the 'confirmation ot A. E. Patterson, handsomely dressed and .wearing the Oklahoma negro, as registrar of hat. It was sttated that he bad forged a check for $500 on a bank to the treasury. It is said no effort will be made Mississippi and deposited It in a withdrawal of his name would not be bank at Ellzabethtown. Using hi to press for confirmation and the bank book as evidence (that he had withdrawal ot hla name would not money, Johnson then scattered be surprising. getting goods checks everywhere, you will register your choice In the General Primary Elec'f,0n tomorow Senator Gore said Patterson was and money.. He then elft Elizabeth-highl- y tion for persons ,to represent you for .the various county offices on tho recommended by those In town for parts unknown. Republican ticket, at the November election. Your choice will be my charge of tho negro bureau" of" the 'As soon as the telephone message choice. Good men have offered themselves for every office within your wasvrecelved Chief Langley went ovgift, and If you do your part tho result should be a splendid winning Democratic National committee. er to the depot to find' out about any ticket. CLEAR RUN. freight trains corulne from EUaf- tIn advancing my candidacy for the nomination ,for County Attorney, , .,,.. anrl f.. Alka.4 Tavlnn .. famfli' nf iDecntown, ana wane ne was coera w.. x "my lips concerning either one of my honorno unkind word has escaped Habit, have been the guests of Mr. j op able opponents, both of whom are capable and In every way worthy, so and Mrs. John Jackson the pa3t weetv Assistant Chief Glenn walked ,tne negro. Johnson had passed Is not a question of personality. What I far as I know. However, It They returned home today. aione m front of ,,11 headauarterfl may desire for myself is of little consequence, and the choice should Mrs. AmosN Stew art and children, ot standpoint of fitness and ability to win in November. Henderson, have been visiting here atxd olenn recognized him byHhe'da1be made from the scrlption sent from. Eltzabetoeowd.. elected, I have heretofore suggested certain policies, which I favored-'lf- . for the past week. The negro admitted, that his name and in doing so, I did not mean to Insinuate or charge that others have The candidates are very busy in was Arthur , Johnson, bttt protested. right that the people not entertained the same views. I thought It this locality at present. against being arrested, saying thai-hshould know where I stand. Others may state, their position with my unBlackberries are gone at last, and was a Mason, a K. P., an Odd Falrepeat what I have said qualified consent, and in this connection I not many of us are sorry. The weath(He was lay heretofore, that if elected County Attorney whatever voice I may have er has been just a little too hot to low and a gentleman. formed that black sheep sometime position In the Fiscal affairs of the county shall be because of that be comfortable for berry pickers. slip Into the best of lodges, and was indebtedness of the used - to Influence the discharge of the present " There Is an unusually large crop of v county; to stop the enormous Interest which we are paying, even if for peaches in this 'lcoallty. We also taken to Jail. Investigation showed that the ne ada time some necessary expenses must be curtailed; I shall also have fine prospects for watermelons gro had used one of his checks Co, vocate the letting of road "working by contract, and as soon as possible and muskmelons. But few of ttfe the, amount ot $15 on the Bennett' materially. With this understanding, should lowering thee ounty tax rate farmers got ou a full crop of tobac- Clothing company, getting., 'some hte voters on tomorrow select me as the nominee for this yosltlon, I co, and "that which they planted has also-trie- d clothing Saturday night. He my power to win in November and to show myself worthy shall do all In been badly Injured by the continued to pass a $10 check at Fergn- -' as an official. On the other hand, should you decide to nominate eithdry weather. Corn throughout this son's saloon, but got allttle too gay er of my opponents, he will have my unqualified and aotlve support, section is looking bad too. and his check was turned down. He and' I shall be entirely satisfied with your verdict. I Misses Talbltha and Inez D. Kirk then went to Anthony, Groves and' Thanking all of those who have given me such devoted support, I and their little brother, Barney, visit Johnson's stable and wanted a rig to Very truly, am, In the Barnetta Creek go to South Carrollton, but he had ed friends C. M. BARNETT. neighborhood Saturday and Sunday. spent all his money and the proprie(Advertisement.) August 1, 1913. Messrs. J. S. JacksonAlbert Tay- tors wouldn't let him have the rig1. lor and C. W. Trogdon" visited the It was probably his intention to cross Being convicted and sent to the peni- Beda well Friday. into Ohio county and dispose .of 'the tentiary he becmae a model prisoner, HAUNTED BY Mr. 1j. u. iroguon went cu 'nan-for- d rig. Saturday, and was made $ trusty. Reading- in Chief Langley took "Arthur" Mr. J. S. Jackson and C. W. Trogthe paper that his sister had attacked Sunday afternoon and waft MURDERED NAN Attorney P. S. Tisdale of Covington don made a business trip to Hartford met there by Ellzabethtown officers. with an umbrella in the street, and this week. They Informed him that the man hod conceiving that his sister was not served a term In a southeren peolten- -' CENTRAL GROVE. leading the right kind of a life, Kooia nnnm nt fJAllVrt Hnrv unrinr fh Pitiful Story Told of Years decided that he ought not to sacrifice July 23. Rev. R. H, Fuqua filled- Thoma8 and waa wanted In two In- -' his life in the penitentiary for his his regular appointment hero Sat- dlana cities for forging $1,000 checks. urday and Sunday. of Conscience Pains. sister's sake and escaped. It Is believed that there Is a largtf School at this place is being taught ' He made his way to Mlllhouser, ard offered for John80a.a capture. Ind where he met his mother and by Mr. utis The Uses for Fatty. W. Rowe, of Centertown, Mr. George Koors, Bent With Age, she told him he must devote his life spent S. a few days recently with the, It a piece ot putty Is wrapped in to hard labor as a punishment for his sin, and he followed the footsteps family of Mr. J. W. Rowe and other oiled paper and Is kep' in a covered Surrenders After Long and tin can, It will keep pliable tor ot Cain and became a wanderer on relatives here. ot time; and it may be used in Mrs. Ada King and children, Weary Dodging. the earth. He has visited many of ot the Union and foreign Ray, Texas, are visiting Mrs. King's many ways in cases of necessity. A tho states countries, but was pursued every- parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Brown, galvanized iron wash tub spread at the seams, and which could not be Frankfort. Ky.. July 28. Haunted where by Brons. Ho finally landed near here. .Rowe. of this place, is mended by the tinsmith, putty, was. Mr. Noah there married In New York, and years by the ghost ot for twenty-on- e pushed into th cracks and allowed with company H at Mlddlesboro. Mollle Brugger ot 315 West 27th St. the man he murdered In Covington, 'Miss Addle Fulkorson, of Paducah, ,tp harden. It made the tub nater- She kept a rooming house, said years ago, George Koors, and the place was raided re- Is the Kuest of Mlas Louva Miller tlfcht and lasted for o long tl'i?. Ky., thirty-tw- o and it may be used in many ways in Koors, 54 years old, bent and worn cently and his wife was taken to tthe and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Ingram and wash tub spread at the seams, and by the burden ot his sin, and ex- Tombs. Koors decided to commit Wilwhich could not bo mended by the hausted by dodging the officers of suicide, but let it to luck. He l,ossed little daughter, Wllma Ruth, ot a dollar three times and if he was to liams Mines, spent Saturday night tinsmith, putty was pushed luto the the law while living for twenty-on- e It cracks and allowed to harden. years under the name ot George die It would come "tails," if ho lived and) Sunday at Mr. C. Q. Cooper's. aud l03td Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Loney visited made tho tub water-tigIt would como "beads," and the coin Brogeman, of 315 West Twenty-sevent- h the family of Mr. A. T. McConnell, for a long time, when It Iwas removstreet, New York City, tonight turned "heads" each itlme. of Green Brier neighborhood, Fri- ed. A nlckle plated coffee pot leaked surrendered himself to Warden Wells around the spout; putty was spread day ot last week. and Editor Catches Chicken Thief. bt the Kentucky penitentiary, ot McLean evenly ojoug the crack and when Tanner, Mrs. Girtle past several years chicken For the asked Wells to permit him to serve thoroughly dried the pot was used. the remainder of his life In the pen thievery has gone on in Hartford, but. county and Mrs. Belle aibiwn, of which he had been snwithout any captures ot tho guilty Virginia, visited their nleco, Mrs, Although the mended place was ltentiary to it answered the purpose tor purtles. The climax came about Tues- - juarfleld Rowe, of this place, re years ago. tenced thirty-on- e the time being. The lavatory in tile Wells took tho man to day night, when Mr. J. Ney Foster, cently. Warden Mr. L. B, Loney has been suffer- - bath room had been given a hard of Tho Republican, Governor McCreary, and if he is sano Junior editor somo time, for the, porca- will probably be parned. It in- - caught Dan Hlnos, colored, in the ing from rheumatism for the past two knock at he weeks. He says doubtless, its will lain was cracked both inside and nut, asylum former's poultry yard, sans he will be sent to the A slight leak apeared, but the .crack until he has recovered. He said that' For the past several weeks Mr. be unable to make a further canvass neuritis, Foster had been bothered with chlck-an- d before the primary but hopes his was tilled with putty and it has scooa he had been suffering from the tes4 ot usage for a long time. en thieves and he had commenced a friends will remember him. ' is a physical wreck, Putty can be used for a long ttme. plan to capture the Is Insignificant systematical The wildest dream many other htlngs. It acaster becomes Wanted to ReitFiaio, . compared to the marvelous story told party. Thero had been three raids en Any person having a sood piano, loose, fill the hole with soft putty. tonight to Governor McCreary by his poultry before Tuesday night, and may got good Insert the stem of caster, and when ha had been sleeping on his back which Is not la use. Koors, He killed his brother-in-lafor It by applying to The Hart- dry It will be securely held in place.-T- he H. H. Brons, In Covington, he said, porch since the robbery In an effort rent Ladles' World. Republican. because he' had mistreated his sister- - to capture the thief. Tuesday night ford wilt .EPPI 'i lk .... .... - e ht I w ...H. j h qxVaPQr TC y I ai n M M t A i. vJ A .! i yw w s, ' l '. FOR REPRESENTATIVE., wJ" rnJTaiilhnrlznd tn nnnonnco iK. ) We are! ' V V? wlrt In i. WiHT,E,''of Olaton prcclncti 'as JOHN''. autliorlzod of to annouirn witf !larfTthi k 'brief r OpELL.. West fr'ord-- i t i ri 'Julia and the western' Cityi Experience of Country Girl arrived 'Tho're note frois JcssJa, ft; a cahdldktb for the Republican aresmg he saw Is troubla." Iasa com-Insread:' ville- - prccinct.for tho Rcpublifi member of the Hoitsbvof Hope, When. Employed by er.conYcrslDt'orfl gWrdoVselitLi, ,, for Also home,"and wovraornlnjfs later -- IMdNotCloudthe.Serenity saldiBox H'ki glad tmei-ytM'."- from Ohio county, nomination for the oftlco of Supei i Tosslca arrived at the pretty little cot- ReproscntatlTc's Woman in ''Battle for "Love " ton to his companion. "I wleh bad tage to throw her arms around her subject to the General Primary Elec- tendent of Schools ot Ohio coun y, of Old Days. e a sister like you." and then ho sublccl lo tho Ocnerar Primary Etiv Accomplish Wonders. aunt's neck and sob out her worries. tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. confidential. Ho told the story' Hon, Sat. AuRus'jl, iHh She. was pale, and' ttrln, and shs By tJEORQR ELMER COBB. of his hard struggle to win a fortune. . .. Y WALTER JAMES DELANEY. "Don'i go, dear wo shall miss yott nestled down Into the hhmelyold-fash-toneSpanish Wo are authorized, to announce V. He told, too, of a dark-eye'"When the fathor of Julia 'Everly set. gtrl waiting rocker like a wandering, storm- - M. FOR JAILER. for him back' In the oh, so much!" Klencr, of Beaver Dam, Ky as down as to his matrimonial boaten bird come' back ,to the .home his foot Kind, Wo arc authorized ti announce j rr 't l arcandl.datc for the Republican nomiEverly Rockies. Then Julia breathed I more fpleading' gentle Aunt Priscilla placed a neat I U , plans regarding hor, Mrs. U hand on the fair golden bead freely, understanding the' big blunt p. DUVALL, ot Select otln tneekly submitted to the dictum, and fellow better, .while her fathor was of her favorite niece, Jessica, as she "Oh. Aunt PTlscllla." sho cried. "I nation for the office of member of th W. Julia herself bowed her pretty head "whispering with fatuous self compla- spoke. She was a woman born for never want to go away again I It was House of Representatives from Ohio clnct ,as a candidate tor the P tlio pftko 't6blde Ihe Tears and said, quietly cency to his wife: kindnesspatlenco and human helpful-nsss- . grand nt first It was, parties, matl county, subject to tho General Prl- publican nonilnntloti for rtnuraf of r f r enough: 'v Jailer of Ohio jbounty.f Heroeautlfiil, whlte'hair framed neeSj automobile, picnics, but It all niary Electloa, Sat tigust 'J, 1913 "Must be worth a hundred thou crasn; 'A rornign count "Very 'well, papa."' mary , Election SafAunust 2, 0h sand .and see the way he has cot a free thai Beomed to 'express a'peace-f- eqaed in a "Yoo see," explained Judge 'Everly ' '' sanctity. Jessica loved her as ev- Marcla expected to marry turned out FOR COUNTY JUDGE, or nfty thou. toned to Julia!" to hls,wte, "twenty-flv- e ' Within the next'week Buxton called erybody elso did. She clung to her to be an impoater. One night some announce j jtye f rc au(horI,zcd to announce We are authorlz.cd to 'sand dollars Isn't a fortune In the big but still she murmured plead-I- t of the men drank too much wine, were ESQ. MACK COOK, of Arnold vot- -' several times at the Everly home. Hq MIDKIFF as a candidate for cities, but hero In, Brandon It makes hired the spickest span In the village niw, offensive to the ladles, and It ended gly: i nomination for Jailer In a disgraceful scene. Then undo Ing prccintt, n candidate for' the Retrie tiie leading man of the place, l'va and took Julia and her mother for a "I shall miss you too, dearest aunt, lost-al- l got a good deal of'prlde, Mary, and I he had on the Stock Exchange, publican nomination! forv Judge i of Ohio county. Gen crab Primary Elec drive that nearly took their breath b it oh! I do so want to aee what lite Julia marry some .would like way ia like away from this qalet, humdrum the 'creditors selied everything there Ohio County Court. General Prliimry Hon 'Sat. Aligust 2", 19li M generous IVontf man whoso means would add to !war. oh eet- - v llage. Cousin Marcla nas'. written was for' debt, and oh, I must soe Rob- Election Sat. August 2, l'JU. ' ihe family wealth, Instead of one who i mad8hemf "m8 , him without, of- - n e so much about the 'bright, brll-1- 1 ert, and the garden 1" to announ We arc authorized . H" Ji,h fortunes do ending. The Jucfge. already feUcltated. int life she leads. They have asked The dear old garden! Every blushWe are authorized to announce M. JOHN C. DUGOIN3, Olaton, rou' . "Dut young ing bud so carefully nurtured reof'a wealthy the not seem to 'be In much evidence himself on and acquisition it. But one ne to come so often. Marcla says proached Jessica as she ran out from L. HEAVRIN as a 'candidate for 1. a a candidate for, the Democrat boasted of tl at Uncle and Aunt WUIiston feel Mrs. tho Republican nomination for Coun- nomlnalldn'fof Jailer of 'Ohio county. suggested .ground" .Brandoiif'V day the business' on which Buxton had q ilte offended at my constant refusal Hie house. She buried her face (nto ty Judge Kvorl'y. of Ohio county, subject to General Primary, Electlop, Sat. Au a clump of lilies and kissed them fercome was' finished. tc accept their Invitation, so so 'J inirr. ' ' vently like old dear friends. She went the General Primary Etectlon, Sat. :ust ' ' '' "Qht jiomq, one: (w'H come along. A new' ph'aee' of was. "My poor wilful chlid, my dear InJulia is young yet; plenty of time," de- now presented. To' his' characterJudge Into the bower. Her thbnghtral aunt August 2, 1913. Pris-cl)l- a day the this nocent lamb!" murmured Aunt clared the Judged 'Sbe's pretty well "had set her embmldory .baskt on 'the of the with a Wc are authorized to announce t Indulgently. "I will not say aneducated. I can give her the biggest tells cowboy reminiscent shudder We are authorized to announce J. who- somehow had run' other word. I must not forget that rustic table. There, as of old, Was the wild wedding Brandon' ever bad, and I'm treo that ram up at one side. Thre. H. MILES, of Paradise, a candidate P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky o. h .across an old ranche .comrade.. Both' youth yearns for a change. You shall -candidato for the Democratic no. .determined to see her well settled la had appeared too. trunk. atthe law office In an; go, dear, and with my best wishes wherethe hollow lnxtts great Robert for r the Republican nomination for (nation for the office of Jailer o' la the old golden days automobile, and had Insisted on the. you may be pleased and happy. Judge of Ohio county .court. Oeneral qer ny was county, subject to tho Geaewt Mrs. Everly sighed softly to herself. Judge accompanying them "to see the that Only, child, when you grow tired of boxeswont to surprise birthdayleaving Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 6hlq Prlniary Election, Saturday, Augua' of candies and Her husband had been a good deal, of countryl" and all the hollow shams you are bound- - holiday 1913. a disappointment to her, since he 'had The papers were' full of that riotous, to meet, come' home to comfort, and gift. 2, 1913. ,r beeh''ielevated from' a 'modest income The qaelnti old conceit drew Jesc6nntry lawyer to a 'Judgeship visitation a few days later. They told love, and peace." 'as' a sica to step towards It, to fancy herWo are authorized to announce R. cross roads FOR ASSESSOR. of a mad' trail of shot-d'Oh, it Is always that the dearest and the acquisition of twenty-firtaverns; of farmers called out of their spot in the world to me," declared self back in the sunlit past It seem- R. WEDDING, a candidate for the Wc are authorized to announce TOM ed aa if her city experience somehow Republican nomination for .beds at midnight and forced to dance Jessica. "I must finish my packing If OX, of Roslne, aa a candidate for lively to the tune of. a fusillade to suit I txpect to catch the train, mustn't I, had clouded the pure serenity of those to the olflce of County Judge of. the Republican nomination for the nt old dear days. Fairly unconsciously the tastes of the two original gen- aunty? And there Robert to she placed her hand tn the hollow. Ohio county. General Primary Elec- flee of Assessor of Ohio County, subsay good-btlemen from the far weatj to Her fingers' touched something. ject to the General Primary Election, It tion, Sut. August 2, 1913. Ralph. Buxton left .Brandon the next 'Robert had to go out Into the counSaturday August 2, ID13. morning, but the Judge did not know try with his father,"ragam Interrupt- was a letter. The truth flashed across Wo arc authorized to announce L. her he dne that 'Robert; had- - written It when he sent fromL the library" early ed .Aunt .Priscilla. "Hawaa-here-wlt- k her probahiy ''thevnilwnl,"rB( left B. T1CHENOR of Hartford. in the day for'Julia. to announce We are authorized youloag before you home, to which her a'uat had' referred some flowers 5, as a candidate for the Demo' "About' er, that young man, Bux- were awake." for I DILL1S E. WARD, ot Ueda precinct, Her sweet face flushed crimson as ton?" he said solicitously. "How kind he Is, the dear, dear she readhthevsjjaiy'aywalof;J tore' of cratic nomination for the office of a candidate1 for thu Jlepubllcan nomi "Yes," responded Julia softly. County Judge of Ohio county, sub- nation for Assessor ot Ohio county. fellow!" murmured-Jessica- : her old true friend, the, tears "came to ject to "I hope, that ta I have discovered the action of the General Goneral1 Primary Election Sat. August "They are from the, llUle. gasdoa . v liar eyeaiaa she realised. that he is scarcely adapted. to to civ- the first little flowers of the spring she had neglected hiss', Primary', Saturday, August 2, 1913. 2, 1013. , ilized ways, and.t hope you gave him ! . . "iri Had found this that, morning no encouragement!" FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. long ago," she. murmured. "I.am afraid We are authorized to announce 0. "But I fancied you liked him," InI woufd have, said, 'Walt. let me .set We arc authorized to announce C WILL DROWN, route 1. Hartford.aa sinuated the artful minx. Tlf e. before V anfcweW '- rWw'-',- n0o wTTmHjfninV'E. SMITH a candidate for the Repub5L ''IU ) y "I did, till last night ugh!" shudcandidate for the Republican nomina; rAjr.v Qtyzj- She 'paused?1 anefiressed tier 'nil lican nomlnatmh' for County Attorney dered pater familias, and then he lijjflUKj2pno office or Assessor bf'dhlo to- thO'fdamrfmilaewedhee't'that had 3f Ohio county. General Primary tion for the kissed the longing' face. "It is fortucomity; subject 'tbHhe Oeneral Elecheld Itsi fond' wcret'ieo 'close for'-'Bnate I found out'bis predilections," he Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. tion.' Saturday Aug!, 2, 1913. ' many, long: months if m. stumbled on. "He actually advised me "Yes, now, dear Jessica?" asked 'at to come out to his wilderness, and he Wo are, authorized to announce D. We arc uhiorIzisd to' announce ! eager, radiant voice behind her, and ' would have trie made Justice of the BAKER RHOADS, of Heaver Dam, a D. she turned to faco. the, writer of the LO."EY as a candidate for tho peace of Dead Man's-Hollwv or so'me candidate for the, Republican nomina- Republican nomination for the ofir missive, auch outlandish place. Me! Judge WlBHsft' "Oh. .Robert!' .Robert'" cried Jes- tion for County Attorney of Ohio fice of Asessor 6f Ohio county,' Everly of Brandon! And. by the way. sica,' her hands extended jllke the county. 'General Vrliiiary Efectloo', Julia, after suqh a.narrow escape I Forcccf''to Dane ilvely. to tho 'General Primary Elec- -; V -' winning, w'llfui child that shy was, "I Sat. August 2. 1913? have changed my views. How is young tlon. Sat. August 2, 1913. thousand dollars through a, legacy. He Martin getting along?" havri come back to homo and peace had become Hellish, sordid and schem"Why I hardly know," stammered IS? and love!" - ' ' ' tYe;ara authorized to announce C. ! ing'. 'He posed as a magnate and talked FOR CORONER. Julia. (Copyright. 1913. by W. O. Chapman.) M. BARNETT a candidate for the lfke'a mllllona4re.;The"timewas when Wo are authorized to announce Dr, "Suppose you try and find out?" dilie had welcomed Dale 'Martin', the son Hepuuiican nomination tor county rv. y RfLEV lid ik llnnrllil.lnl.l frwm till nu 11L1L1 laLt: 1U1 LU' rected the Judge, BUYS A PRIVATEER SCHOONER Attorney of Ohio .county. Goneral offlco of- CoronBr ot Ouio County suIk of Mb dead law partner, as a fine had won the day. and Julia knew she young man of whora'anybody might be Primary Election, Saturday, August j t (Copyright. 1913. by W. a. Chapman.) theacUoo ot tha Ronubiican Purchaser Flrids Historic Little Ves 2, 1913. proud. With the possession of the party at' tho General Primary Augu3t sel, 108 Years Old, Well Built money, however, there had come a 1913. and Decidedly Speedy. walked and disagreeable change la PLAYS WITH SPIRIT CHILD FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. the bearing of the judge towards the to announce We are authorized The privateer schooner Only beau Julia.; bad .oyer bad. Pretty Denver Tot Claims to ComFOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. '' t 'JBsSBJraA Polly, with her historical record fa- CLAUDE DLANKENSHIP. ot Denver Today it had culminated In a clear, mune Every Day With "Margie" We are authorized to aunounce W. miliar to the whole New England Dam, Ky., candidate for the Repubopen opinion and declaration Dale of Cloudland. 'coast, was purchased, by Alfred John; lican nomination for County Court H. PIERCE, of Rosino precinct, a Martin was not good enough for the re son, of Arlington street Mr. Johnson Clerk of Ohio county. General Pri- candidate for the Republican nomimany states condcughter of a risen and still rising Travelers from nation for Justice of the Peace, Ro-sjIt Was a tetter. has acquired (he stout; little vesBel mary magnate, and Julia must makeup her tinue to come to see Corlnne Alberta Election Sat. August 2, 1913. Magisterial becahse'o'f a mixture of revorence for District .General May'fleld, Ave years old, daughter of mind to seek a mata her equal went on the lady., "He wants you tc. Primary. Election, Sat. Agust 2, 1913.. position. ,. Mr. and Mrs. A, U. Mayfleld ot 1055 visit the little spot he. has worked ,so antiquities, fondness for ' boats, 'and L Wo are authorized to announce J. ' ' -Thqbunlshmeutof the dearest friend Josephine street, ' Denver; 'whoKcom-mune- s bard to make pleasant for you befor; cine pride. t i r? J'The Polly is' .now I at Dlghton on T. (BUD) HOAGTLAND. route C, Ha'r ' dally' with "Margie,'"1 an imag- you go. away." naturally affected' she hud ever known Wo are authorized ' to. announce - world. the Taunton River," ho said. "She1 Is ford, for the Republican nomination ED SHOWN, of Deda precinct, a Julia. Shp abed some, tears and said. inary playmate of the 'spirit"I will, Indeed, aunty," promised well built speedy, too. Her lasting for tho' orflce of County Court Clerk candidato for the Republican nominaquite resigneuiy: "very wen,- papa, "Margie," Corlnne Bays,1 lives'- - above Jessica, but uhe was so busy and huras long as she has I consider simply but' she did hot 'mope around after the clouds. Together county.' General Primary Elec tion ried' with so 'many things to attend a, case .of .the survival. otthaflttest. p( Ohio for Justice of the Peace-- Int Hartthat in any lovesick or complaining 'dolls, cut out, pictures, and play for to,-- that-wh- en tion; Sat. August , lyis. good-by'tc Fine workmanship must have been de she waved ford district,' General Primary Elecway. Julia bad too much faith In her hours in ch,lli)!tfh pastimes. ' at voted to her original toristfucflpa.j ' friends from the ' tion Sat. August 2i 1913.r '' r - ' Jovrraiid herself, and primarily In a "Margie," whom Corlnne, describes her depot. 'she' uttered car .window to announce We are authorized a dismayed lit, the f her! "I mean to renovate 'aadi repair kind and equitable providence, to be- as being a mere child, like herself, cry to find that she ' had not as much as necessary. lvdry likely I SEP. T. WILLIAMS, of Cromwell We .are authorised lieve 'that she was to be put up on the' has been the constant playmate of tie to' announco ' lJ shall put highest' bidder like the Denver girl ever since she 'was brought along the'fldVra'.'' o, he";forepjaBt the precinct, a candidate for the Ropub-- . WlNSON'SMITH.cof Seloct precinct," market to Iho i They would havebeen a most genial lican nomination for Cler of Ohio a candidato for tho 'Republican nomiold 'topsail! cbooner 'fashl some oriental, slave .girl. one year old,1 !at 'which' time' silo ,Sho w.rqto tho niost comforting let--, ilrst began id lisp the strange name. reminder of thef pleaaahte'st year oi her! ab'pearUin so. far 'aavposslblo, aa county. General 'Primary Election, nation for Justice of the Peace' ot iregretfultyi acknowl- she was In her privateer days. She Saturday, August 2, ,1913. tpr,! jthe, world to, Dale, whom busiThe parents make no attempt at her life, Jessica Roslne Magisterial Dlstriot General ness had taken temporarily to 'the solving tbe mystery pud .many stu- edged aa the train moved away. Rob- 'has a white band four feet deep round Primary Eloftlou. Sat. August 2, 1913. county 'seat. ' Thonshe' wondered what dents of psychology and local scien- ert,., Liston, ctha son! of their, nearest her, hull above" the water llnb and a We are authorized to announce LOf f neighbor. thad been a true and loyal green palntod'bottomJ-ThtSr- e a'fly-- ' Is patience, h'opo and woman's wit could tists are puzzled over the case and C. as a Wo are authorized to annbunce jK Ming1 about, hud sot herself at work the remarkable psychic .powers devel- knight' errant, since the summer; be Ing Jlbboom pt a raklah angle., and the JMITH, of Hart,ford, Routo to employ1 all'threo qualities in a'bat-tl- e oped by the child at such an early rore. It was he. who had built the masts' have a 'considerable 'rake aft :andldato for the Democratic nomi- A. BOWLING, of Narrows precinct1, a pretty bower where Jes There is a wooden windlass and a nation for the office of Couuty Ceurt candidate for the' Republican' nominafor lore. age. , sica read and did fancy work on pleas-- . raised quarterdeck with a distinct Clerk ot Ohio county,, subject to the tion for Justico df tho' Tho judgo camo home one afternoon Hundreds of letters have poured, Peace, ot tho from JiltJ ofllco qulto brisk and ani- into the Mayllefd homo since the qase ant atternbonB. It waa Robert who break. Take lt.altogother, her appear- ictlon of the General Primary, Sat-- ; Sulihur Springs district. Oeneral Prl" had marked out and cultivated a lit- ance gives one the impression 'of a' lirday, August 2. 1913.. , , mated. A client was coming to Bran galued publqlty, and many persons mary'EloCtlon,- Sat. August's ,1913. '! don, nn important client, he eald. He fiavo called either out of curiosity or tle garden patch that waa tho delight whajer at fjrstj glance. ,(Jprtala marks t . and ucratcheB on her 'exterior Indicate hud brouRht u letter from another law-- l to connect the "spirit child" with a of everybody who vialted It FOR, SHERIFF. Wo aro authorized to announce' It seemed that a day1 could not the former .position,-o-f her, guns." Sf.r In Idaho, had an estate to sottlo oved ono beyond the portals of death, 'e are authorized ,to announce S, GEORGE M. MADDON, Sr a canup in the .county, and had placed his. one woman came recently from' Lda pas3 but that Robert did some thoughtfor didate for Justice of tho Peate In the A. URATCJIERob, a (Candidate Hlfnirs in tho hands of the Judge. It Won't. Work. Angelea to see Corlnno and talk with, ful act in. her behalf. Thoy had. been famous frlqnda. Jessica, actually .shed "Outside of tlio business standpoint," j ner "Plerpont Morgan," said a western the Republican, nomination for Stien Rbckpbrt Magisterial District. Gen, ' .one or two tears as she thought of, congressman, splendidly enlightened Iff ot Ohio county, aubjt ,to the eral Primary Election. Sat. August tho JudKe told his wife, and Julia leaving Newton without nn ppportunl. the money trust committee on the sub- General. Primary Election, Saturday. 2, 1913. Monro. 1 am intoroBted In Mr. Ralph A Modern KnI ht Err,nt. good-by- e i to the best' friend ject of credit whon he Bald that, no August 2, 1913. Buston. Ho Is wealthy, and he Is Un- '' , chivalry , not yqt dua(1( even?In ty to say she bad ever known. Then she got a matter how many billions of credit a BlarrKin, In ntwl .M tli..u.i UH. H nt M.www. ..H, ...'Wo aro authorized to' announda h ...hV .Invu U. mnlnr little lonely and homeskw, and then man, m,lght have today, he'd lose it all Krontltirllko and refreshing, fashionable parade like Hyde Park, Wo are authorized to announce S. SAM, L STEVENS, '6'f"Beaver.,,bam,w, Mr, Ralph Buxton turned out to London, there of leaving old scenes are knights errant the rublcon Into the vaunted Hplendor tomorrow if. he did a slnglo' wrong' O. KEOWN aa a, candidate tor the a candidate (for' tho Republican nob.il- l away tvs. When ho made his appearance ready to help deed. f , fair ladles in difficu- faded that evening, Julia, drtttsed up attrac- lties and tiien disappear without dis- of the city mansion Cousin Marcla had "Mr. Morgan declared afterward to Republican .nomination for the of- or Dam Magisterial District;. General , tively to , told her about. i her father, saw a tall, me personally that credit depended' al- fice ot Sheriff of Ohio county, sub- Primary Election, Sat., August 2,, ipi3, rougb-limbeyoung fellow of about closing their names or seeking even a Aunt Priscilla found the forgotten together on1 integrity,' and a man who ject to the General Primary Elecfew words of gratitude. Not long ago', twenty-five- , bronzod like the desert's says a Hyde We are authorized ,ot announco Park chair keeper, u pret- box of flowers and sighed. She loved tried to do wrong and ' at' tile same tion, Sat. August- 2, 1913. 3be winced 'as he shook her uh. time maintain his- credit was as silly GEORGE' V, llOWE. p( pentertoyvn. ty young lady was driving alone when tho frank,, handsome, hUnd, and tho chair he sank Into youth who' had been tho life ot, the. as the Hartford schoolboy. poorly-dresseWe are authorized to announce W. a candidato for tho Republican groaned. Ho was ingenuous, boister- her horse took fright. A "This boy andisome friends, he ex LC. (COMMODORE) ASHLEY, route man Jumped over a fence, pulled place. In her wisdom she saw deeper for justice' of' tho .Peace ojt ous, all at once. Ills up tho animal, han. bor, buoyant, heedlesa nece.4Bbe plained, wanted to, got into a baseball, and disappeared. Th TrtannorH at tho tublo were not never let Robert,know about the 'fjow game, hut tbey had. no oney.. How 3, Hartford, a candidate for the Re- the Contertqwii, .Magisterial District. young lady gaye her name, to the publican nomination tor Sheriff of iu accordance with polite . " era. thn n chair keeper and told him to tell her ness and she' tried to cheer his loneli- In nhnnt no' iratemnn? Thev could Ohio County. General Primary Elec UH.igbH, but ho covered these lapsed Wo are authorized, to announce S. (For a lpng tfrne when he'eame oVer evenings and think of scheme. rescuer, if over he should seo lilm, with, romliidful Btorleu quite apropos. sat around talking always of tho sweet IUKJJ VTU1U UUfOiDDIi AUUU OUUUt tion Sat. August 2, 1913. AY,. LEAC41, . route 3. tteayer Dam, a lCatlng bear stink at forty degrees be- that she wished to thank him. Qne (little companion ho missed bo much. tho boy In question exclaimed! In a canuiuate ior .toe t jtei)u.uucaa nom- day tho keeper found the young man low zero, welcoming a sip of muddy In All through a month Aunt Priscilla delighted voice: Wo are aifthprlzed "to. announce S. ipatlon for Justice of, the Peac of tho park and delivered the mes-aaevutrr alter two days of thirst '"I've got lit, tollers! We can' al1 K. BENNETr'a-cahdlda'te- ' but the latter only replied: received letters from Jessica. They for the tho Beaver ,Dani.; Magisterial. DIs- iii tho r.rld Utah desert, riding bubbled oyer with all the evanescence walk In backward and the man'U'thlnii DemocratI? nomination f,or Sheriff trlct, p'enoral Prlniary ,E.lectlqn Sat.V jititrldo a mulo for seventy-tw- "I know who she was. I used to of a girl whose life, had become one. we're comln' outl'' of, Oho., county, subject to, th? Gont Aggust.2 1913.. hours ut a stretch with ho'.vllng know her once upon a time, but I constant round, of pleasures. Then . i i' i ' ' in pursuit all these things cannot xmeet her now," they became briefer and. briefer. Once Work does sometimes what qve' era!, .Primary Election; Sat.. August Tlw Coimed un Interesting recital. 2. 1913, Aunt, Priscilla wrote, chiding her nleco love cannot do; roots a. ma;i. llrmly, Wo aro authorized, to announce W. i Hadn't Noticed It. JMiiff,, bhj,covboy showed a full'appru-si:(l()i- i S. DEAN, of Dundee, a 'candidate for for not answering a letter Robert had hw place intne worm nnu giyes ;i "Shuving at home U different from of food, drink and a comfort-rbl- c written her. Jessica wondered what th.a 'bleiised .sensation: thlBpl.t I1, SCIJOQr. (S.Ul'ERLMTW.NDF.N thq .Republican nomination for Justice',' arm chair under present, strong-- ' being Braved at the barber's." this meant. Sho could recall nd such groundvln the wjde'Immon.slty o' ' ' to announce of. the Peace, of the. Sulphur' Springs.' Wo aro .authorized "0)i, I, don't, know. My, wife eaU letter, ;oiitias(lrig conditions, that Boina-Ijoand tn the burly burly of pa- was meant for me' to grbw Ih - iu ' HENRY LEACH as. .a candidate for Magisterial District General Primary Imenrd tho hearts or tho family, onions und.tulku as much an any f rtis, late hours and the flash and gilt. ens; '' the Republican nomination- for Cauu- - Election, Sat August 2, 1912. 1 'He 'paid murked attention tovJufla, ' i PATIENCE AND WIT At first his quite familiar ways Jarred on her, but Anally she noted manly ter of luxury ah forgot to write her AnaooRcements. ty School Superintendent ot !S. deference under; his rude compliments. The, Judge cjiuttlednd. rwdgedvhla IN A GARDEN FAIR anlH r )'fr aunt about It. Then there wlw a whole month du Ing whlch,joo word 'came from the disj . countyYaPWral Primary Sat.fAugWtT' W j 3. 1 fI Eh.t.j,i. 0ai: - noml-fiatlb- . d d , 5 - ul ii1', h v-- off-han- 1 "t I I ' son-in-la- . fc p e y Kfez? JPIll - Ky-ro- ute hoV-cruel- ly fipo W 1' u-- H' p'v :m li sul-Ji)- ct Ivwfiwfifmva&l i .& r jl :i, ne . . " - e - - - fr - , d - light-hearte- d - wliolo-huarte- alto-xetb- ... . i tor-Clie- hoc-bac- o 1 .'.. . . . - . . l i " . i ' ) rtW3 VVVVVVV,WVSVVV SEEMINGLY KNEW ITS VALUE BUT HE MET THE GREAT MAN GOT HIS WIFE BY PURCHASE. LOTJlILLE , Moote RafUUd to Come Within Range of Hunter's Rifle Until the "Auto',' Had. Been Ratted. A parsimonious sportsman, shooting over Botno wild lands Jn Nova Scoria, being desirous to bring down a moose,)8tartcU out to engage a guide and moofte caller. The usual pay of a Nova, Scotln guide Is two dollars a day; but the sportsman Ih question was too mean to pay the regular rates, and finding a skillful guide, one Louis the Indlari, temporarily out of. a Job, tatter much wrangling managed to jam him down to one dollar a day, and the two started out Into the woods. All the conditions were favorable to finding a moose, but, although .each day before sunrise Louts thf In- -' aian too nis uircntmrK cone, anu, plarltig o Ills lips, whlnned and runtcd,)n Imitation, of a mbose, therte. was tit) answering call, no antlered giant ,of theorest .stalked Into view. days of this sort of After twenty-odeffort without a result, the sportsman grew botlj Impatient and suspicious, and, calling the guide to his tent, bo I began to upbraid htm. i "Lquls," he said, "I don't understand this kind of business. Here we are In the best moose country In Nova pcotla. Yu Are" cpnslderd oae ,of the best callers n the province Every day you go out and call and calCyef no moose comes, j What does Jt ,, mean?" ) The wily Indian took his pipe mt or h'ls mouth' for 'a moment and smtted a smile of Infinite cunning-- ''Me don't kn6w what matter," be said. i "Maybe moose hb like dollar call." , i The very next day, our sportsman having raised the ante to two dollars, a moose "came to the call" the right call this time. Louis was a sly rJudge. . -It-td . d. Insurance Acjent Had Something to Recent Transaction In England Give Brag About, Even If He Dldnt Rite to Some Caustic Remarks J By Eastern Editor. Get Any Business. , .''''. insecurity Lift'; Insurance Co.l 1 Poultry Supply 305 East Market Co, , Street . i' LO.UISViLLE, KY.I" sup- The only and Original poultry ply house Wc south of the Ohio River. first-clas- s keep a full line of SUPPLIES POULTRY AND FEEDS. : Write for Price,List. , " $qqqqqq&&$qsgqqgqqqqqgggq Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiifl Ht SEND YQUR BOY ff0 MatHeney 6fcBatts B VANDERBILT TRAINING SCHOOL A well known Insurance official EaM Wo are alt In agreement upon tho general principle that however much the other day In Chicago: "In tho beginning of my careorj ja man may want a wlfo Ije oughOnot when I was only a humble Insurance to buy one. But at the same time we agent, 1 gained access one morning to rin hpnr flnmpHmpn nf the frnnk nnrl Not the oldest not theaugutit and formidable presence unashamed purchase of a wife. Take, S the biggest -- but the of J. Plerpont Morgan." for Instance, n certain divorce ensp STRONGEST in surthat has been heard recently In Engplus security to policy "Vea," the official. Insisted; "yes, It'a land and that woa described by the ' a fact. Don't, ask; me how J did It judge as an instance of holders. though, for that's a secret. Hut at which ll certainly was, Mr. Morand t Highest ratio of as ten o'clock one morning, behold me, n neked for n divorce from his wife on setstoliabilitiesamong young Insurance agent, standing be- tbo groupd that the lady had given all the established life fore the desk of the great J. I'lerpont the moBt unmistakable proofs of her insurance companies in wltrrmyVblg envelope of llfeand-deatpreference for a multimillionaire statistics, twenty-yea- r endowments, named Captain Morrison. In a way It America. Everything and so forth In my hand. I was, 1 was a" friendly milt since Captain absolutely guar'anteed : have since learned, the first and only Morrison was willing to pay $27,500 No estimates. Insurance agent vho ever managed to damages and Morand was willing to meet Mr. Morgan face to face.'" ' Tecelve that sum. They were both in agreement as to the value of the lady, ."Well, what happened?" should carry a guaran, the divorce "'Mr. Morgan,' f "began, hurriedly, ahd 'you ought to carry more life Insur- was granted and tho transaction comteed policy in ' pleted, ance. You s j sir ' strong'cornpany . Of course; the story is a rather dlr "And luckily and cogently I laid my I insurance proportion before (he great J gusting one, but vo are disgusted not ' man. Ijecnuse Captain Morrison bought a o'wlR.IIEDRIflK. j HarJfnrrl.?3 --'i "He listened In silence. Those fierce woman, but because he bought n blue' eyes of his bored me through woman who was already a wife. There i: A. S. TANNER, - Owenstoro: HkclYrtres. When L stopped at last lswiothlng remarkable about the .purdone,' chase of a womanf since it Is all Ire ald was: every day:' Sometimes lit is the mau 'How did you get In here? MXMiucSrii!iM!a(SsM! "YJ walked n,' I answered , , r who offers to sell. The various associations of young 'women who' have "Well said he 'walk . ! irecently 'announced that they will -r LM HAVE YOUR SUITS marryi no man with an Income of less AND H0NEYj( SJILL IS THERE than $5,000 a year haye, vlrtully stated ; $5,000 jo. year Is the lowest price T Callfofnian'e Attempt to Rob Hive Re- thati ClVaiied at whlcht they will sell themselves. sulted In Hit Losing Fourteen Pennsylvania Orlt. Chickens. .' vl f I wife-buyinh v this uA. i s Pressed F0 BOYS K!lil1iy i matics, English, and History in 1906; Membership i in Phi Beta 'H Kappa (scholarship fraternity) in 1909; Founder's Medal in Academic Department iml910; Mathematics Prize inflll. Good J ' ' records in other colleges. SPECML OVERSIGHT, CHRISTIAN 'INFLUENCES A H, safe place for young boys. ' , ,, g Boarding patronage doubled under.present management. ff . Write to Principals for catalogue, j j i,t3 ;.jt t -, The Principal? have conducted a preparatory school for the past 11 years Students trained by tWn have talfen the follow- ML ing honors at Vanderbilt University; Entrance rize injMathe- - ' g . NOW HAS PETRIFIED APPLE. , Colorado Man Threw Fruit Into Fur nace and the Het 'Had Pecu- By Bonve process that no'one he. has tonsnlted has Den able'td eiplatn, oh ippVe Mi S g1' , ( 5 A 46 ! II i i t COURIER -- JOURNAL petrification' In he 'the home of (3, SrhrKilpR InT Hn1ivr. Cnci who lin offered tbe nrlosity to the' state )mu-- j '! ieuai; )I i iir i'-Tbe apple, a tub set; weighed 'about five ounces' three weeks ago. It was thrown Into the Schrades furnqceand aow weighs fourteen ounces. Its color EfH shape werp not affected .by tH peat, and lappears at a glance to bo 'perfect apple1, ecepl that' there' U a bole where the item was; but It Is 'so bard that the point "of a knife blade ' cannot be driven Into' it Schrades found It in the ashes when ,i i fee cleaned out hl, furnace, ha' undergoiie fenraee af no. Beresfordji Arthur1 J. Holmes, (Cal.) farmer, whose, establishment isj near the .summer 'home 'of Antolne Borel, was not cut out for a bee fancier. Some time ago while pruning some- - trees on his farm, Arthur .wsus "o'verjoyed to dlscdveV a' colonyof beea ensconced In a, hollow limb, busily engaged iii making h'oney. " Recently he decided, that the time was ripe to' sample this unexpected luxury, so he proceeded to the tree and began operations by poking In the hole with a large' stick. Then things :t i happened, ti n The bees, alarmed and angered, ,at this treatment, came forth to do a' trice1 Arthur was h"ltlng the high spots for home.l followed by t,be buxzlng swafm- - An(bpur later he thought it saVe o'come out again, ani cautiously approached ihe bei tree, which 'was 'near! J the' chicken pen'. Stark. and "stiff (a the Inclosure lav fourteen, newly jhatehed'chickens, The beea, having lost their .human prey, bad wreaked their) vengeance upon the derenseless clucks. I -- ' i CROPS ) IN JAPANARE SMALL i .i ) American Farmer Could Not tlve Cp r8uch' Scanty Returna for 'Hla. , Seed and. Work.' , Japan is such a rhbuhtainods 'country that' 'the'1 'area 'bV arable land' fa quite disproportionate to the sizefof 'the' whole (empire, t It Is' alleged' that barely 12 'per cent of tbe entire, surface canbe; cultivated, and tjhat, eyw thej cultivable part lis t ppfr natural special attention. Hats Cleaned rand delivered." month. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies(work fliyen, ,, Kepaired. Work called forand; jery, fertile.. . easily be. brought! under cultivation, 6i at ICilBI. UV7 WUTC11CU into iaIUB Hartford I ",J .'" ' ' lands'.' "Where "the farmer lives' 'and lalaori the're are 'abundant 'evidences of ohls 'Doubtless, diligence and miix UiVufTin the major part of the farming land is tracts of wild moorland, which mleht Still, jbere, areIarM ".-perClub rate $1.00 1 I Mr u'v hi '1... rtjs " '" ,'1 ' Pressioo " Clilbr uj r.j I U 'i j 1 1 - i For 1913. You can not keep posted on current t, events unless you read the ' MclTul uancer. ,,j ? ,if Mme. Pavlowa had to pass through Bomning ot, n , oraeai aungg jier recent visit to ItusBla. After a vi . i ut I j at kt'PeterVburirshe'WiU CURIE Louisville, Kv. R-JOURN- AL, HEN&YAVATERSON, Editor WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L of Iier art. i called to tbe imperial box and0 tile ciar'asked her Ashy she had 'ceased to UVe in Russia. Uut the dancer was equal to tbe occasion. She entered Into an animated description of the boaytlqs oij h,er new London, home, and especially of hV X? swaps, .pigeons, and' parrots, 'who Could hardly be expected to'feho)' the delights of travel 'and H ho even' h't' tha't moment were pining for tho Teturn of tthelr mistress. The czar listened . with amusement ,an'd .niade a "virtue of necessity when be gave his permission to the great dancer to live where and bow she pleased so long as she remembered that her own people were second to none In' appreciation ' AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN! i ' Both One Year for 1, i ' .. 1.5 O. i 1 i Begular price of Weekly Courier Journal $1.00 a year.1 We can also make a special rate on Daily Sunday Courier-Journal nation with this paper. -- : Use for Ozone. Ozone generators have been found to be of great value in refrigerating plants, and several of the large establishments of Europe, have been thus rooms equipped. In the attached to slaughter houses the temperature of the air is liable to be raised to a serious extent when the doors are left open for any reason; for instance, when meat is being put s In or takm out. The of putrefaction immediately become active under such circumstances, and the keeping quality of tbe meat is diminished. Nqw. it is well known that ozone Is a powerful germicide. room'is ,tl th air pf the may", bo .ozonized, its temperature raised without Injury : to uie contents. New cold-storag- e micro-organismcold-storag- e Aviation Insptrea an Opera. branch Of science hhs excelled All other .in that ,l DaEl ln' spired gfpndi opera, This, however,, Is Dot surprising foa classjcheme lay to tli hands 'pf. Iibertist and com-- , poser In Uie Greek tragic, story of Icarus, wiio Was 'killedwhlle attempting a flight, and it 'is On this ancient legend ,that the aviation opfera, which was produced at Nice1 recently, was based. The author of the libretto, M. Henri Cain, shows Icarus in the cen tcr of the mare constructed by his Despising father, Daedalus. the allurements of nymphs and naiads, the youth makes a pair of wings with the feathers of an eagle and tries to fly from the top of n cliff. ' In Ihe tlnal scene, in which Icarus dies from his fall, the genius of science appears and In, a ilslon Shows hkn the final conquest of, the air. To show how the opera is Identified with modern aviation it may be added that 'the music was composed by M Henri.1--' Deutsch de la Meurthe, the wealthy Frenchman 'who was one ol the first to have an airship built for his own use. Aviation1 the most up e 'system of Irrigation ''that gets full value from every drop of water;! the laborious, subsol) .working by ,hand ,ih tha softjooze, off the ripe .fields anil i.the Incisive weed'ng out, to' producje (btter 'results, jn9ua,nUy jthan 'they do. "When the harvest is measured oy bushels of rice,' of wheat, or1 barley 'ot whatever else'the- hyakusha "(farmer), ,may raise, the thorough husbandman of Europe or'America'would laugh at the' scanty' crop; JLand that' ought ,to yield at i leaet twenty-flve- , to thirty bushels of rice to, the acre, actuajly gives less than, ten on the ayerage, 'Frojn "Our Neighbors: the Japan-nese,- " by Joseph King Goodrich. , liters mostly nleht soil anDlfedi Insmall Quantities direct to' the'gfoW Ing plant;'' the' elabdrate' andlskllftil a. itUi)K oJT .1 urF l.(M-- ,.T ,7T KILLthc COUCH a'CURE the ' LUNC3 ''"'' 'I Dr.lUofi's VI 'I New Discoery With Mj inwuai nwuM"WlBinyaLt. QUAMABTKXB SATIOf7ACa;0 L :i in com dition as that of 'Arthur Morrison's rallecllon .of Jauanese .Drlnts. It lis Its kind extant uI Arthur Morrison; wb,q la tb.e, writer Tales pfj Meafl, SJreets, and,, other remarkable works, pf. Action,, Jg ()the greatest" ljvlnj English auhority pn Japanese art, on which he' has written uujeb. His, interest lh tne'supjec't!' is due to an accident. Some 20'ydrs ago he las' attracted by a' print 'la a incontinently shop window and 'boMgfct-U- . .That iwaa tho Jbegindtasu of. ibis1 activities aa ' collector and i tJ conaoisseun i ' ,i j k NovellaVa Japanese Prints, ' It Is hot often th'at the British museum Is enriched by so valuable 'an 'ad- ', oneof 'tilery dnesf Elections lot Day.r y Procrastination "Do it no'w" is & fine rule, but living up to it is hard. However, 11 prob-J lema nave ineir solutions, anu one busy women in a growing suburb, In wb'ich many demands are made on her time, puts aside one day a month, a settled day, for doing ail the things, which she lias put off for the things sft'cS."" which had to be done 'now." She e roantf says this day a month enables her to ,. , catch up with a number of, postponed V aMAt-.(fit E.mmm mtii A duties, and she has grown to consider soutu-m- w .it as such a remedy for procrastinaSavmm tion that it is set apart almost religilmporiant m Hcago, NotWng is more ously, and no engagement outside Is the nome tnan: clear, steady f pamicaua- light insure wis -- Dy -- gemne LY M grajae allowed to conflict it. She says she the oil that burns clear onjt works from morning to night, but as clean without a flicker down to an; U" que Shorter Name towered Taxes. she writes down during the preceding the last drop. Pennsylvania HtAinr- The city government at Tampico crude oil reitiiedi to perXectlon, w hat be done on that parthe second largest seaport ln Mexico weeks day, istd work proceeds withaddress Costs no nore than the tank- the ticular wagon kind saves MONESfi- err recently decided to tax all publicly out many ' eyes. ,, , t ra eaves WORK-eav- ea drawbacks. dlsplajed signs in a foreign language nas .eut su. "-- i our ueaier directauLiirci uiu l.thrla, rrffi- In barrels Only names of firms were exempt irom our ' works. Never at a Lots. The tax was teu cents! a 'month' on The Earl ot Mdrley, bn his return eath letter. Chas.C.Stoll The proprietor of '"The American from Jamaica, remained a while ln 'JC0" LoalsvlIIe, ,Ky.i..) , ) Incensed New York, and at a dinner (there he Saloon" was particularly a. Refinery at 'Warren, '" ... when he ibad to pay, the first f 1.70 told apropos I of "LV iw all i the, celebrated ,t ".9 ,k He aired his grievance at tbe Colonial story about a young English states-- ' " L'ari" Auto Oil. . Tl. 1 club 60 ,loud that It attracted atten 'man. ' "ThlBr youth.", Lord. .Mprley said,' , tlon. n- to get on. 'He' w'orks hard and i.'j ;. n. r "Majte it 'fil , CanUna Anjerlcano,' "ought A1aW sug nothing evervfe'aze8' him. Wk I'aa and cave, tho jfl.'jO,'' someone ' KB .M "116 wanted recently to push! a bill '' 8EWWQ seated.' , support from his own "von'tl tfo It.'' 'replied the saloon- that had little I MAOHINK ' maYTBi keeper. "Must have n' sign ln Eng- party. A friend, however, said to him; . ' ln a warning voice: , ii , . lish to make ti homelike." H BBBT BBLi. BB BBt QUAUTY. ' ' i f'Thcn'mako r";Butj avpppse, my ,boy this, (bill Itf'Ui S.'Dar" 3 I . ,1 ahQU,ld; cause youn, prty to trqw.ou Ho did; and saved) $1.20 a month. B UHi-rffesar- Fc .AI vm in mob. vs miK .1 I m I r: lr" . aBBBBH ! To Get Advantage of This Ctit Jtate,0 , Be. Sent , ,J , all jfld 'A M0 to Us,. Not to Courier -Jourttah n. i Qrrs nr d VI i W , f,y 1, I So -- 'l i vo " IB kbjhebeSBbSDBpV' 'WKlWit.MinNI ettMii!. A. B4 iil VrulAmt bu T4rt of priBoa tirMerccvlll. '&iH? daU ui ft Mi! Kia( DtuiiiMf. 'JS&t1 yt ipfti and omo kito b jtn roarciiBC now. for iircM Sk4"EBttfr iTii iracui!rM,bHi4 T '' 'W"fc,t0KiUHr,'Sui.. til H."w. Cm h Ue 'Ult Oe " j'1'wJfc0 "l"' KHMaMPMiiegraiMiy' iSrwy ''TELEGRAPHY; TYFKWRmNGai' ''tr AggBWUJBT7r CHMM 'Wqkkeeping; CMT(UPriV-N9U- uwiuu.it: imwn m. rm, somiBt , r NOT, Plrel Without Flame. quite eyre Id hayej ,.soi-- p . (An engtaeer "baa Invented a way ircnlled,, I'm. enougn 10 swim across 10 me UlDER to,ihave fire without, arae His apv Birengtn l ANY. " ' plate pi .other side."' ' 'partus ,cgnalata 'pt a,,, poppa i,t i OTHER " 'i i resisting fragments, with- i (j mass of Are NAME.' ' bB'bV MMr aH'af aH bHiI Worthy Scottish Emblem." Lln.wbKfh bp mixes' inflamniabje gas The Order 'of thef Thistle ofwhlch WARRANTED FOR'ALL TIMS. When the,'irl.s:'isafirBt turned on'and 'LordillalUane, lord high chancellor' df Great Britain, is, to. be i made a lfyoapuxiUwiaviJ6i';,wl" ilghte'd it'b'ufrn,s'wlth"lii flame at ofnhe'-pfnte.- ' When the 'flame rknlghM dates, r only, froathe Jst fltj)hHvealk)ifota;jpprteyfisiMyiaadlu is turned on tbe flame disappears,' 1708vj.Cantu.rlea. earUer.i.hpwexvrj the W.WWWWti ffSTf. pai pnai,.,papge or. ItI 'I'll '.Jl t a Au tempera .tnjauewas.tne ,4J tho ilidMlnlftfr'.PR'c.e 5lor., - turtr of a,20 dtgrjHj i plalmed.i Jiwt ,Scotland ,pd Jhe lOrjaJn of Iti em- ll&y$jfi aeen anhlng thftino- ot iwhat use; thjaj invention can be blematlc use Is ascribed .by tradition jGoasiaVrec) , tpr.ifnurctLineyjiro.BenQjng Ripuna. yae made. I yfy , .quesoq, . t country,' liatibles't". asked.Wlnktes'i rt Jt 9.' the attack,' i The Invaders.pUujned a night l and, marching barefoot, had contrived' Neglected Opportunity, 'i, . t tir) l u ' WoWWiluek'ih'a'aitllr'doWn hy the 'the' fecottiitt' il 'I.'Ofl aai.' pfolf lnki. 'When 'ft left' the minister them Ii i.k dieted waa BittlBgCaa'a rtriee rail tWitehtaflfuW the,prBfJ'II'b''''tltea, Wefa,nch6iy stepped on a thistle and:uttered.aCry lotl ol iunwBeUerata laneral trying; to prlde ,n be(ng an nmmat6 coas'umer'.i ofjpalni The lalaraijiwaagivenv' and wrf m&WWW 'i nvuto W. puu s umrinu Houuipr. h ppaiTn; j vxiJd ''nol)odr,'h ..,..,.., V JioufiU a way , for the attack faiMlaflutoQf LKHt'tudq . Dt.theciaoguaie tbey used in doluaj putting im'aa extra chtrgei on that '.,n . , vu fcccpuoWT vrtm.m.jiritv . oj it. a r. 'i i u '. i i vbpard?; "'Well, lu J that case, J , old cnap,1 hei ,'-- , , O-- i - " HI I Ml-wsi e i i,tt .! A 'i ',,i a,;v, ,., l'Scot2nl,,p,'Ujl'tf -- t .Ii.. , w$7 i N' rr 4 nHjm i mm vimm '.jij.jl "r iujvw I Cfo? BIG PROFIT SHARING SALE Closes Saturday, August 2nd. You ! Only One More Day That X Can Share in This Season's Profits ! J Make Good Use of the Time and Allow Nothing You e You. Can E. P. BARNES & BRO ip " BEAVER DAM. KY I , Itap-lan- '? v $7 Stories Mrs. S. O. Kcown. R. Q. Taylor, of Ccntertouii; Mr Surprise Birthday Dinner. the, behest, J ICOUNTY TEACHERS NOON. President, is clearly On Sunday morning July 13, the S. Taj lor and son Roscoe; Mr. ajkJ the following advertslement In the 1:15 Educational Value of History Mrs. Carl M. Taylor ami (laughter to law at tae PoitoBIc Kctcrrd areordin friends and relatives of Mr. Hanlbnl Corlnne; .Mr. nnd Mrs. Thurman parm andHome Prof. Tanner. "ord, Ky., m man matter ol tee rrcosa Free-TraIn sugar forces us to 1:45 Biography In History, How Taylor celebrated his 56th birthday Mrs. Len Leach; Mrs. Hannah , cut up 10 plantations we are cultiUse, IJs Value Prof. E. Y. Allen. at the home of his brother, Ditn Stevens; Mr. and MrH. S. L. Stevens vating in cane for diversified and 2:10 Agriculture in tlie Schools Taylor, near Cromwell. Mr. Taylor's and son Glendon; Mr. and Mrs. io C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER farming. Tremendous opConner Ford, McMlllin; Mr. and Mrs. Obcur Borah EDITOR8 home is In Black Rock, Arkansas, portunity for live farmers, Write for Will be Held Hartford RECESS. nnd little niece Georgia Ma; Mr H and he is visiting his relatives In W. Co., particulars. Columbia Bugnr Jackson and mother; Mr. and 2:43 Address by Prof. II. P. Green. Kentucky to FrankHl,( this summer. Address all communications m Beginning Aug. 18. Mrs. J. W. Cox; .Mr. nnd Mrs. Alien 3:45 General Business. The human family Is prone to wan- j Gentry; , . ,.i.,lfv in ., Tfce liartroru Kepuunean. Vnt nln. u -- Messrs. Edgar Uilstnip, A 4:00 Adjournment. der from the place of their birth, It Louisiana have to be abandoned be- - j H. bandeiur and Chi borno Pirtle. j makes THURSDAY. no difference where. Some. ...... NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS PPW,.T,1 .., manv mil- - A AVI finer, Wilt Afc ih. lUiJllUVIUl fit lUb -....... One Present. ,4 vHUx. U1WWU TTlll .v time In his wandcrlnK he turns his 8:00 Singing by InstUute. estacrlbtn dwlrlnit the paper nt to a new j,on8 of acres ow j)rofltaWy employ ' gaze MiQlw. luuei fine mc uiu iiuuit. in uin.iu .mo 8:10 Prayer Rev. English. back to the place where' he -- Good Program is jed In growing sugar beets In the nqcMt. Finest Feed on the Market. 8:20 Estimate of the Teacher. first k.iw tho light of day and like Enaolldted raenucrlpU will not b returned Northern States must be turned back 8:40 Teachlhg Ability, How Est- the wandering boy of old, comes Arranged. Arab Feed la the bct Alfalfa d bImc nceompanleil by pnstape. to crops that yield of hte ' back to the old home spot there to Feed on the imateProf. Fred SJiultz. Asooyinotie communication! will receive no money per acre. Then add the milmarket. Contains r, otteMlcn. 9:00 Governing Power, Disciplinary Bee the ones he loved In his childlion or more farmers who will be screenings or any foreign j hood da s. So on Ability C. B. Shown. MONDAY. this occasion the driven out of the sheep growing In73CX23P3i:OZT3E. Consists of whole oats, 99:20 Professional and Community friends of Mr. Taylor came to the material. 9:30 a. m. Singing by the Instl- dustry by Free-TraIn wool. Al LS3 Sovfb i."trr............. Interest Tom Hamilton. home of his brother, Byron, with cracked corn, alfalfa and molnwjt together the farmers of the United tute. 9:40 Self Examination of a Teach- baskets filled with the choicest Four pounds Is a full ralton for :i States will have occasion to long re- Scripture Reading and prayer er. J. C. Lawrence. 9.4 things to eat that could be Imagin- j horse at hard work twelve pounds! FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. member the Free-TraadministraRev. R. D. Bennett. 9:50 Hygiene and Sanitation Dr. ed. Ever one spent a pleasant day, dally. Almost all other alfalfa tion and Congress that slipped in on pre- J. R. Pirtle. 10:00 Calling roll previous and wish for him mauy more happy I feed takes 1G pounds dally. Arali a minority vote. The Mexican band of Iluerta should birthdays. Feed is cheaper thnn corn and oan RECESS. pared by Superintendent. sever touch Uncle Sam's. 10:13 Address by Prof. Green. Those present were: Mr. lianlba) 'alone, and will reduce your hay bill 10:13 Election of Secretary. Get too Close. Tne People Must Not 11:30 Heading In Fifth and Sixth Taylor, Mr. and Mre. BronTaylor (at least one-halDon't take my They keep on lecturing Br an but 10:30 Appointments of Committees. We thought that the last campaign Years Mrs. I. S. Mason. and daughters, Exa, Zrecy and Eva; ,word for It try one bag and be 10:40 Outline of the work by the don't want him to lecture. was fought out largely on the quesNOON. Mr. td .Mrs. F.i D. Porter ami dau- 'convinced. For sale by V. E. KSuperintendent. 1:13 Show how to Correlate His- ghter Orianona; Mr. J. M. Porter and ills, you do not vote In the primary tion of whether the people should Produce Merchant, Hartford, If 10:33 Address by Instructor, Prof. rule, but It would seem that after tory with Geography and Literature mother, of Beaver Dam; Mr. and Kentucky. tomorrow, don't kick at the result. in the Presdiont .congressmen and Sen- 11. P. 'Green. Prof. H. E. Brown. Mrs. W. E. Porter; Mrs. Jim Porter; NOON. How would "the minimum wage" ators are once elected, the ople 1:40 Discuss use of Dates and Out- Mrs. V. M. Porter; Mr. and Mrs. H, Frightful Polar Winds. do as the subject for Br an' popu- have no right to consult with them 1:13 Why a Course of Study Is lines In Teaching History J. C. T. Porter and children. Mattle, Corln-n- e blow with terrific forco at tlio far on the subject of business or poll- - Necessary W. R. Hedrick. lar lecture? Jackson. and Herbert; Mr. and Mrs. Hul i north and play havoc with tho fcWin, lTare 1:35 Organization of Rural School 2:00 How should the work In His- bert Hobdy and daughter Ollle of causing red, rough or Democratic-Cong-rissniecall- - tlCs' and that ,al1 1,ersons- - buslness sore ch.ipixd tory bo Supplemented X. C. Sulphur Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Ks-- 1 hands and lips, that need Bucklen's lug each other bad names, behind men , presenting great industries. with one Teacher R. D. itoblnKon. organizations, must stay and 2:00 Discuss Fully the Daily Pro-- ! Crowder. It Taylor and son Frank; Mrs. Arnica Salve to heal thorn. It m.c Closed doors. 'away from Washington while Tariff gramme Russell Cooper. 2: 15 Discuss the Value of the Av- Luclmla TaIor, Mr. and Mrs. Mos- the skin soft and smooth. Unrlvniid A few broken promises "will keep and other Important legsllatlon Is 2:20 Home Geograph, How to erage History 'Teaching to the Ru- cow Tulor and daughter. Virginia; for alo burns, bolls, son. a man busy the rest of his life try- under consideration. A new Demo- Teach Mae E. Rogers. ral People L. L. Embry. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Talor nnd ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only ing to pick up pieces. cratic doctrine, surely. And the eo-p2:30 Geography, Hygiene, How AlRECESS. son, Salem; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. 25 cents nt nil druggists. udv. must not get too close to the ternate and Correlate with other Sub2:43 Address by the Instructor. If we go brfk to "Imperialism" as powers that be. Tlonosta (Pa.) For- jects E. S. Howard. -' , 4:00 Adjournment. . an Issue sonic, one win eoott start thei f.i, est Republican. "RECESS. FRIDAY. "Princess Jessie' business. . 8:10 Scrlpturo Reading and Pray pi" 3:00 Address by Instructor. , Will He Ee Sent to Jail? by Prof. Green. v i If Mexicans kill a lew- niore Am' 4:00 Adjournment. s'lf.' ' .,f ericans, Secretary Bryan may try "" 8:23- - Civil Government ""-,- .. What an If Fobb irioves his factory to CaTUESDAY. his first peace plans on them. the Purposes of Teaching It In the will nada, will he be bent to jail or 8:00 a. m. Singing. rubllc School Ellis Sandefer. the government's Those Hulgarsshould'remember the he slip through S:10 Prayer ReV. jjaville. 8:45 Which Causes More Crime, fingers a la Jack Johnson? After all old prize fighter's maxim; "There's . b:25 Roll Ccill. Ignorano or Idleness of Facts o the noise und bluster about what is, ain't nobody that somebody can't Siflrt Spelling, Di&ofl&ti how to As1 going to happen to thoHC who do Government. A. D. Kirk. 1 lick." '.-- " 9:15 Outline a Brief (.'nurso in . t not swallow the now Tariff d&ao, It sign and Recltq the Lesson O. D. vivJcs that You Think would be days lecture undoubtedly pas Is evident that manufacturers who Curson. A Io better thun a day's work for the Gov- - cannot do n Imying business here SM3 DoMI-hUScience, How to really Valuable, Lonnlu Owen. s t ft I Tin ilw, it..,,. ! Miimont 9:35 General dlBcussion of School will move or suspend operations. Fosi Xrneh in the Public Sohools-MlsMrtjhif Shown. Problems, edti J. L. Brown and L. m'arjlhlnk up and wrlto out a lecture Is the Most notable example. tv.ni-dG- n 0:00 Nature Study in tlie S"Jiool B. Tioheiior. (N. J.) son)fOUBht to count for something. Mrs. J. N. Loyd. RECESS. Sh ll ,1'eHnfyIvanUr scloiitlbtB are eor-l- a 0:13 Dlsclpllno SifiU Management, 10:15 Discipline, and MauagLiiiMit, Pay Ygtir Taxes. ect Jn their- - absumptlon that Abra2, 3, , and 5 V. Topics 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 V. F. AnderDiscuss Topics Taxes lor tlio yetu' 1U1H aro now- - M. Moseley. " cduriliam Invented tlio pip,', wo may be son. patleable to fix with tolerable tei taint due and, we tire ready to receive RECESS. 10:35' Address by Instiueror. biin the blamo for tho bojs leaving the same Owing to a now law passed noo"n. 10: IS Address b the Instructor. during the last Legislature, relative to ' larm. . Miss ir'rti Primary Arithmetic 1:00 p. m. Report of Committees. tie to preparing the receipts, all taxes HaYtle Glenn. 1:30 Distribution 'of report blanks Nearly "cv or body Is willing to con- will have to be paid at the office. So 11:15 How Much Arithmetic Should and record books. General business ruvolves around plente call "Und pay our taxes a'1 cede that the oartli and adjournment. be Taught in the Primary, Grades the sun, but when the astronomers your earliest convenience. .Mlsa Mary Marks. Thero will bo two Uctures at night Insist that the sunns further from the 2tf. T. II. BLACK, during tho week 'and appropriate pro11:30 General Discussions. earth In summer than In winter they Sheriff Ohio Comity grammes will 'bo'arranged for tho NOON. pursue a ierspjring populace too far. of the teachers and the 1:15 p. m. Reading In thePrlmary Birthday Celebration. public the two remaining nights of Grades .Mrs. Amle McFcrran. The ideaof President Wilson apPalo, Ky. Tho most enjoyable af pointing u negro to olfice when there 1:30 Manual Training, topics 1 to tho week. All teachers will bo required lo are so few for the white Democrats. fair that has been given around hero 8 In Syllabus W. R. Carson. the entiro session. 2:00 Agriculture, Topics 1 to 5 Eenator Vardaman will opjwse tho In many month's 'Was that of the HENRY LEACH, Supt. confirmation of the negro, Adam E birthday celebration of Aunt Emma W. S. Taylor. RECESS. ratteruon whom ProKldent Wilson has Wlrasatt, who celebrated her sixtieth To the Voters of Ohior County. TO THE VOTERS:- 2:45 Address by the Instructor. nominated for register of the Treas- birthday on July 13. It bolng meet ' ing day, Aunt Emma went to meetMy attention has been called to the propositions sot forth by one-oury. It is being circulated that Sam 3:35 Roll Call. ing and when 'she. returned home to my opponents as reasons why you should support him for County Kdown Is running for Sheriff and is 4:00 Adjournment. Patterson was arrested going to share the emoluments of tho Attorney Instead of myself. Lest some should construe my silence in her surprise dlie found tho long table WEDNESDAY. cue night last .week In a Nashvlllo set and loaded with lots of good office with me and my boys. This Is the premises as Indic'ng that I do not favor administrative policies 8:00 a. m. Singing by Institute. Louse of bad repute, In a raid by the things to eat. The wagons and cardone to Injure S. O. Keown and I 8:10 Prayer Rev. W. B. Wright. that Jnuro to the most good to the people, I will briefly state my police for that &0I0 and only pur- riages came concerning a few matters roost vitally affecting the Interests of in very early and soon 8:20 Character Building In School want to say emphatically, that these pose. Patterson plead drunkeness as everything was charges are false. This Is being told made ready. People the people of Ohio county. Prof. Stllwell. an excuse. Evidently TenneBseo polit- from every dlrcotlon were thcro. The I favor the payment of every cent of the county's indebtedness, moat 8:50 Useful and Useable Knowl- to 'parties that might bo opposed to ics is worse than the Kentucky va- afternoon was spent with good talks edge Prof. Ozna Shultz. me, through some fancied wrong. I of which was owing when the fiscal affairs were turned over by the riety, bad as it is. and splendid music furnished by the Democrats eight years ago, at the earliest date possible, consistent iwttn 9:15 Advanced Geography Discuss have, been Sheriff of OMo County It l aboutTagrecd on all sldos that Palo band. One hundred and twenty-fiv- e Method Suggested in Course ol btuay twice, for which 1 am truly grateful, the proper maintenance of the public highways, bridges and other pubto the peoplo and if I ever want an lic utilities. people attended and Aunt Emma .Harry Ieach. Mulball Is the worst liar ever seen Geography office I would not be afraid to go be I am in favor of the county's receiving full value in labor or mala "Washington, and yet grave Sena- received many nlco presents. May 9:30 How Correlate fore the people with my claim, tag terial for every dollar spent and I have never counseled, advised or aptor continue to glvo their time to she live To have many more such with other Subjects E. P. Llles. My t this man's silly stories in an attempt celebrations. 9:45 Show How Life and Physical not dodge behind a brother. proved a different policy. I favor rigid- - enforcement of the penal laws to the end that the people and Economic' Geography are Rela- ambition is to clfmb the ladder of to smirch good men. With Mulhall it For Sale. fame higher and not to come down. may be safe and secure in person and property and that they may money making scheme. The tedProf. A. E. Ellis. te a My boys have better Jobs than thoy RECESS. meet, commune and pursue tbeir usual avocation without Jear & ceoatry is disgusted with both MUl- - One of tie nicest and best built houses in Hartford, at Just what it could get in that office, and I am 10:15 Address by the Instructor. or molestation from violators of the law. the committee. l .fcall and cost Has C rooms, hall, front and 11:00 Discuss Reading Mrs. J. Ney making a very good living. Ihopo 1 earnestly solicit your support next Saturday, believing that you back varandas, bulK in 1909 and Foster. that the voter will not be prejudFarriers Will temember. have that degree of confidence in kne as would warrant you in entrusting 11:15 Explain the ultimate Alms iced by any Buch stuff as this. the duties devolving upon the County Attorney to me for anotherlour .Whs is sure to happen to groat needa no repairs. CAL P. KEOWN. 'years. c. E. SMITJL of American farmers, after J For particulars call or address this la Language Work Mrs. E. Y. Allen. numbers (Advertisement) 11:30 Composition Prose 3tf. Work, has been Install- - office. (AilYrtieinen. ,, In , . , ,B-Tr- e, de Hartford Republican. Tf INSTITUTE at .. .. l.t " Pf Icf.tn, one-thir- de I de f. ,. I 11 I 1 cold-sorv- e, le - 1 ' ,' i' , i - t,ta ig llorjV Post-Telegra- ' ut-to- f ce nw 1 SsfcliriilKJiidi-iMi- - mjimin 1 'gmmmmSiUmim W limaJmMiMmiJbmt,., i" WAIT FOR FAIR'S . BigKum DOWN SALE -- I am ready to Insure your horses, Jacks, mules and cattle against death from any cruro. E. E. BIHKHEAD, G2tf Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. Dr. Claude Wilson, osteopath, will begin July 15th making trips to Mart-forHe will be In Hartford at the Commercial Hotel every Tuesday and 'Friday from 12 o'clock, noon, until d. 7 p. m.. 0214 less they want to stay at home to bo "scraped." To the 'Democrats In Conprcsa and OX IS GORED to the Democratic nowspaiers this attltudo of Governor Foss may seem like party treason; but, as we have Foss Is Now Anxious to Save His said, all partisan questions aside, we don't sec how anybody can blamo him for wanting to save his business Business from the Effects from bankruptcy and ruin. We don't of Free-Trad- e. see how anybody can expect him not to flee the crash. WHEN A DEMOCRAT'S LIVELY AS A KITTEN!, ft 4 .. .: ' It. sachusetts, he Is pulling up his Industrial stakes and hitting the trail for Canada. The Democrats in Congress making PAltM FOK SALE A splendid 102 the now Tariff law .and the Demoacre farm, two miles South of cratic newspapers applauding that -Ky. A splendid farm and a work are acting ANDCONTINUKSTOtoward Governor bargain. For particulars, call on The Prtfduce Merchant Foss as a crow' on the high seas DAltNETT & FOSTER, might act toward one of Its members HARTFORD, - KENTUC1KV Hartford. Ky. r.2tf. down In the hold scuttling the ship, Notice. Hereafter I will sell for cash, ex- or as the police In Washington mlghb Notice, Is hereby given that on Mon cept by special agreement. Will make act toward an anarchist trying to prices that will lay the trade to pay explode dynamite In the cellar of the day, August 4, 11)13, the said date be- Substantiate and Delicacies ing the time on which the regular cash. Cutting out delivery service and White ifouse. Go Hand in Hand, Here Now' In the case of Mr. Foss there term of tho Ohio County Court will credit. This will enable me to give Is a big difference. It's truo that he be held, the undersigned will petition you much better prices and merchanis a very prominent Democrat. It's the Ohio County Court and Judge A. D. WHITE, dise. true that by the votes ofDemocrats thereof to discontinue a portion of Hartford, Ky. CU4. he Is the Governor of .Massachusetts. the Point Pleasant public road and Miss Mariam Holbrook entertained But he Is a manufacturer as welh to alter and change said road a few of her friends Thursday after- That's his regular business. Officially noon for her guest, Miss Mary Ander- and publicly he Is bound to stand by Beginning In the Hartford and son, of Louisville. Those present hlsp arty, but privately and Indus- Point Pleasant public road near were: Misses Mary Anderson of Lou- - trially he is also bound to preserve Doward TIchenor's residence; thence Isvil'c; Mariam Holbrook, Ruth SpalO from ruin, In so far as he can, the south-weand over the lands of A. lng, Mattye Dukg, Mary Felix Leila manufacturing property In his charge, H. Tlchenor a distance of about 100 OJtnn, Luclle PJrtle and Louise and to save for the stockholders of rods to and Intersecting the public ,. PhippB. , i that TJrCJJprty some of the value of road that connects the Hartford and was badly their Investment'. Point Pleasant public road with tho Mr. Charlie Wlmsatt Very likely Fossfhis party being Centertown and Elk Creek public 1 Injured Monday, while working in the In getting road, at a point near the saw mill Henry Bean timber, near Sunnydale. pledged to 'A large limb fell on Mr. Wlmsatt and that party if he were able to make site on said public road and to dis-- 1 DELICACIES SUBSTANTIALS special bit of high Protective Tar- continue that portion of tho Hartford he was unable to pull himself out. Mr a Berry was also caught by the iff for the benefit of his particular and Point Pleasant public road from Orvllle Cakesr. Bread falling limb, but was abe to pull Industry. That wouldn't be fair and the beginning of said change to the It wouldn't be decent. Cookies' Buns Mr. Wlmsatt out. Them en were enIntersection of said connecting road But It's perfectly fair, and It's with the Hartford and Point Pleasgaged In cutting the timber on this Jelly Rolls i tract of land, and employed by Mr. plain horse sense, for Foss the ant public road. , Angel Km manufacturer If he knows his party' Pies A. J. Williams. E. BROWN, new Tariff Is going to blow his busiTICHENOR, J. P. Some of the young mom gave a ness sky high to pick It up and scoot Our Patrons usually depart wKk W. M. TICHENOR, party Monday evening at Mrs. Laura across to Canada with It or to 'any something of one tmr C. M. TICHENOR, , Stevens' resldonce. Those present other country where he could save hand, and something J. M. STEARMAN, were: Misses Gayle Tlchenor, Luclle It from the smash he sees coming' to other in the other. J. E. BENNETT, Plrtle, Katie Pendloton, Winnie Sim It in this country. W. F. COFFMAN, Phlpps, Mariam Hoi- merman, Louise vvturallv. when Foes Ahe manuof In compliance with Chapter 110 of Bread is the brook. Mary Anderson, Ruth Spaldlnri, facturer moves his American facto- Mattye Duke, Flora Riley, Claudia rIeg acrosa tne Canadian line the the Acts of the General Assembly Variety is the Spice of Life. Owensboro; American wage earners now employed of Kentucky, I hereby publish the Wright, Misses May,of BENTON, T. H. Leila Glenn, Mary Felix and Nancy ,,n them &ni other AmerIcan8 inAi. foregoing notice. Road Engineer, of Ohio County, Ke Ice Cream Served Ever) Susdaf Ford and Mrs. Louis Riley; Messrs. rectly dependent upon tho operation 2t2. Glenn Barnes, Shelby Stevens, Parke of those factories are going to be out tucky. Mrs. Clarence Keown, of Fords-vlll- e, Taylor. Hardin Riley, Gooddell Woot- - of their jobs and are going to be was here yesterday on her way en, Lee Robertson, Hoyt Taylor, without their present means of supEAST VIEW. to attend Uie Madisonvllle fair. Ross Taylor, Lum Iglehrat, Smith porting themselves. But he can very July 22. Mr. and Mrs. 'Albert Stew- HARTFORD Es- aptly answer to FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. that Indictment that art and son, Ellis went (to OwensMisses Mary and -- Elizabeth King, Hoover, Louis Riley, John Glenn, V. C. Schlemmer, Prop. of Henderson, will arrive Monday to till Barnett, Howard Glenn, Fred If the new Tariff is going to put his boro' Thursday. May and Mr. Relghart, of Louisville. factories out of business those wage- be. the guests of Miss Louise Philips. Mr. and Mrs. Elle 'Martin spent M. H. 4 E. Railroad Time Table earners and others would stiff ey the Saturday and Surfday with relatives HARTFORD, 'A Don't fail to attend our big Come Card. samo thing anyhow. In either case at Masonvllle. Down Sale August 1st to August 9. at Hartford, Ky. they're gone. Mrs. Ellen King and daughter spent to Jes forty-seve- n CARSON & CO. dollars." Monday thinks Saturday and Sunday at Owensboro. Governor Foss evidently L. & N. tlmo' card effective "Forty-seve- n dollars?" eciioedT''JS- :Mrs. E. M. Woodward entertained Aug. .21st. several hundred millions of that the Mr. Alford French visited relatives glethorpe. "Whx, Judge, the ftnerrttw evening for her visitors. Misses American capital already invested In at Beaver Dam Sunday. No. 112 North Bound due 7:10 a. ra. last is only rif teen dollars- - ' May, of Owensboro, and Mason, of mills and factories over in Canada dally except Sunday. Miss Cllfflo Austin, of Beaver Daim 'Ya-aI know," said the Justfem-"Th- o Fordsvllle. behind Its protective wall will be Is visiting relatives In this vicinity. thutty-tw- o dollars is for coot-temNo. 114 North Bound due 1:13 p. m. very largely multiplied after our new Misses llola and EarlloMay Mngan Mr. Arvan Smith and family spent except Sunday. dally of court.' goes Into operation. Evidently Sunday with relatives at Palo. Tariff arrived Sunday from Howling Green "But I haven't' expressed any coot No. 11D South Bound due 8:45 a. he thinks that If the American Tariff to be the guests of their sister, .Mrs. Born to the wlfetfof Homer Martin tempt for this court," protested dally except Sunday. Is no longer to give the Amerclan on A. E. Ellis. the 9 th a boy. market to American Industries like No. 113 South Bound due 1:4C p. in. Indies of Goshen Methodist Church "Not ylt ye haven't." grlifned itfte his then there aro two advantages dally extept Sunday. will give an Ico cream supper at the A Hero In aLlghthouie. . Justice, "but ye will, my frlenil. jus v 'UPPPPPPPS to be gained by his going behind the H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. church grovo Saturday night. EveryFor years J. S. Donahue, So. will, before ye git a mile out o' towu-1'v- e Tariff wall In Canada. captain, body welcome. Haven, Mich., a civil-wmade the fine putty stiff soTc t" The frist Is that putting his mills as a lighthouse keeper, averted aw give ye plenty o' room ito move ronntz? Mrs. Lavlsa II. Foster left Tuesday sand Hartford Mill Co.', has River and factories behind that Canadian ful wrecks, but a queer fact is, ho tf. for her home at Owensboro, after in." . wall will give him at least a part of to sell. might have been a wreck, himself, if Bimndlnir several weeks hero visit- the Canadian market asagalnst all Anr from . Mr. James Lyons has returned Bitters had not prevented. relatIve8i When Win. Maloney, a Soutn-SWferlcan industries trying to compote Electric a visit in Deanneiu. "They cured me of kidney trouble heating contractor of Chicago, way Mr. W. C. Smith and children, Miss with him over there. chills," ho writes, "after I had a young man he was very partfeaiar-aboo and Mrs. Jennlo Miller returned homo Winona Clay and Master Wallace, And then,- - perhaps,- - If ho can taken other so called cures for years, his washing. One day ha wtrtw of Mollenry," were pleasant callers Saturday from Ncurand, Okla. more cheaply In Canada, with they also Improv a note to his washerwoman-,- , and out?" lower wage scale and smaller costs without benefit and Chattanooga. Is the at this office Saturday. kly .Mrs. Hardin, of seventy, I am to his sweetheart, and uy a. stature.-fatalitPPPPPPPPPPPPr v6 In other ways, at the samo time the ed my sight. Now, at Herald and The Louisville-Weeguest of her aunt, Mrs. Alexander. feeling fine." For dyspepsia, Indigesho put the wrong address new Atuorican Tariff making it easiTho Hartford Republican, one year Quite a number of peoplo from hero each, for $1.35. Send all orders to er for tho foreign producer to como tion, all stomach, liver and kidney each envelope and sent.theni-oft- JNO. II. WILSON. troubles, they're without equal. Try Bpont the day at Sulphur Springs Sun The washerwoman, was'seut an. CaTho Republican, Hartford, Ky. 32tf I have canvassed the Democratic Into tho American market, he can them. Only 50 cts. at all druggists. nd vitation to take am automobile avde-th- o day. Robbie voters of tho county the bestl could buy materials In Canada, pay wages Misses Ruth Thomas-anext day, but when the young; & Mi. Ira D. Bean, of Carson Barnard returned to tholr homo tit and now submit my claim to the In Canada, produce In Canada, sell In Scissored Smiles. lady read: (, Canada and then by reason of his In Ccntortown Tuesday af- Madisonvllle Saturday, Co., was after being nomination to tho will of the peo"If you rumple my shirt bosora umyj Magistrate "What sort of man was ternoon. Saturday. I have been fair economic advantages there and by guests of the Misses Riley. the ple next reason of our Tariff barriers coming It that you saw commit the assault?" more, hs you did last time. I wflS eP Plenty oMStock Peas and German to my opponents and to every one. down ship across The biggest bargains ever offered Witness "He was a small, Insig- somewhere else,"' she cried all tts: tho American line I feel I merit the nomination for at a Como Down Salo at Carson & Millet on hand now. nificant creature, your honor, about evening and declared, that she wouia. tho office of County Judge. If It is and sell here, too! LIKENS & ACTON, Company's. never speak to. him again. Thus, in tho. vernacular, he can play your size. given me I will thankfully receive Hartford, Ky. 44tf Owensboro, and ' against the middle. Ho can iMlsaos May, It arid use all honorable means to both ends Druggist Wasted, Mrs. E. L. Miller "Do you consent to my marriage to save his mills and factories transFordsvllle, are the guests of Mrs. be elected, and if elected, I "will defor her home In Chicago. She was acBy coal company. Must be .wHXxtg: Ernest Woodward. energies to Its planted to Canada. 'He can get a Sam, father?" Miss vote all my time and market there, no longer having to "Yes, my daughter," said old Jac to clerk in of and companied by her daughter, ito the best Mrs. R. E. Lee Slmmerman Spaldlnng, who will spend two successful conduct and pay tho Canadian Tariff, lie can in- obs, "but I gan let you leaf me. You mlsary. References required. Addrcaw Winnie, returned from Mary nil the people. Interests of daughter. Miss weeks there. cane vade the United States the new Tar- vas mine only child, unt you unt Sam giving exporiencei. Address JNO. B. WILSON. Llvfermore Sunday. 21- 2and peas In iff making this easy and perhaps uel moost lit ride here nilt der old The Hartford Republican. Sow crlniBon clover (Advertisement.) has Miss Corlnne Woodward really increase his business and old folks. You gan haff dot Boggon corn. Get your sted, fertilizer and from Bowling Green where farming Implements from profits, though at the cost of the sthory front room for swansey tollar A Girl's Wild MldnlgrttrrTItfe. Methodist Sunday School. has been in school, formerly em- a veelf, kvwick." D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Sunday School will American To warn people of a feaifnf fovwfc The Methodist IB ployed Jn his 'mills and factories and Miss Leafy Hale, of Fordsvllle, Beaver Dam, Ky. 52t3: convene in court hall next Sunday fire in the. Catskllls.a-young.glrlzWedd Evidently this story from the of still other American wage earners the guest of tho Misses Daisy horseback at midnight and savcdH Several cars of new morning at 9:45, after a recess of WANTKD ng and EkmorPetty1i whom he may throw out of work York Tribune is exaggerated but flat many lives.'. Her. deed waa glorlou If you have any for sale, several weeks on account of repairvaca- Wheat. dwellers will recognize the truth in' When you go away on your ing the court house. It is hoped that when he Invades the American markbut Uvea are often saved by Br W. E. ELLIS, call on et with his Canadian product and the caricature. la summer, let The Hartford tion King's' Now Discovery in curing frog; a full attendance will be Ha hand. Produce Merchant, "Well," some one asked a westernshuts up American mills and factoRepublican follow you. colds, wkicai J. H. B. Carson, Supt. Hartford, Ky. moving to New York, trouble,, coughsr and' - G0t4 ries now vainly trying to compete, er who was fhiirch service at Methomight have ended Ma consumption, oc" t your horses, even in their own homo market, with "have you furnished your new flat $!OOper Plate, pneumonia, "it cureslme of a dreaddlstChurch Sunday morning and even 1 am ready to insure against death was paid at a banqwrt to Henry Clay, the product imported from his Cana- yet?" Jacks, mules and cattle Everybody Invited. . lusg. disease,"' writes inB. cost"No," answered the man from the ful couugh and dian mills and factories. mupw In. New Orleans IbU42. Mighty wary .iruiu Wellington, Tex Mimes liutue jtnii and trouble or Evldenttly that's the way Governor West., not quite. By the way, can W. R. Patterson, E. E. BIHKHEAD, ly for those wlL.,&oh MarMarks are the guests of Miss every Foss figures out the economic and you tell me where 1 could buy a fold- "aften four In our family had tUsKi Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. indigestion. To Uy. people 62tf. with consumption, and I gafarii garet Jolner,ot JJadhjouVllle. PilU business course which it now booomes ing tooth brush?" received a csrload of woven where use Dr. King's New Life Just pounds." Nothing so sure and JT ready to Iniuro'joW horses. I am as weU as liver, Imperative for him to follow. Evident death wire fencing and" barbed wire. for these troubles Vnv lAtnma bop." said the rural for all throt'and lung troubles. Jacks, mules and catUe against disorders. Easy, ly. that's the way he figures out the kidney and bowel Prices right. l1 an 50c andWOOr Trial bottle free. from any cause. safe, sure. Only 25 cts at an a rug course it will become imperative for MBtice. ficurlne on the back of m. atttiJ hv nit LIKENS & ACTON, .... mi nt i -- xour vm BIRKHBAD, v B-- E. nav. 'ptjher BUibi and factory t loqw, U old envelope, win iwn gists. , ... . . ttI . Hrtford, Ky, . 48U. Aet. Ky. Livestock Ins. Co. C2tf. WHICH UHQINS Friday, August OUR USUAL BIG LINE 1 Mr. Luther King, the hardware man, has been on the sick list this week and unable to attend to this Mr. business. During his absence, Charley Howard has been managing the store. Mr. W. I. Matheney, one of the Training of Vanderbllt principals School, Klkton, Ky., was In Hartford yesterday the guest of Judge W. H. Barnes, and family and Col. C. M. Barnett and family. It seems hardly fair for the Democrats to be scolding at Governor Foss of Massachusetts, In the furious manner they have been doing the last couple of days. Governor Foss's offense, as they see It, Is that, though he Is a Democratic Governor of Mas- Notice to Water Users. Persons who have hydrants must not attach hose and leave water running over night, and they aro not allowed to use same to water gardens. We want everybody to have plenty of water, and It Is not fair to those living at end or near end of pipe line to be shut off from the water by the constnt waste between them and the tank. Unless persons attend to their hydrants and keep them closed over night, we shall be compelled to shut water off wherever Respectfully, this is neglected. Kentucky Light & Power Co. BH9 L- Ifi-efS- " Good Feed makes your stock as a kitten. THE BEST FEED. obtainable In Ohio County Is 2ie found here. Those who follow mart,: quotations on Oats, Hay, Corn, Bruit, etc., and note my figures, will linot. I make low prices. n, W. E. ELLIS Saturday, Aug. 9 OF BARGAINS WILL PREDOMINATE THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE HOUSE. ' asfol-foliow- s: Don't Forget the Dafe- August st to August 9 - I Free-Trad- e" AND REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE" THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. -- M' is titkx Staff Life Hartford Republican. UMl !fr-- over-speedi- s, ' , TUTfe-glethor-pe. PPPVV' ar ..! c- ut pro-duc- y Ma-Bo- n, esday B-1- wage-earne- rs Nr oa V l. .. -- " 7 sM ', I " ""MtlW tatfcVi. ??$iitti&1 Davenport, Warren county. , B.r Tich oounty of Icers-r-Ohio onor, President; Henry1 Plrtle, ,Scc rclary; B. B. Bennett, Treasurer. hrcnU Court T. V. lllrkhend, COUNTY IlOAltl) OF UIJUCATiON. Jmlgo; IImi l. ltlngo, Attorney; W. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, P. .MtilKlff, Jailer, K, (I, ltnrriiNH, Ky. Cllrk, i:, 1C. Illrldiciul. MiiNter J. L. II, Tic lienor, Hartford, R. F; It. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. f. , i.'. K. O. Hartford, Jloynolils, Ky. Jury riiiul' T. II. lllnt'kf Hhn-lffDtpuths H. O. Krown, Hartford. . M. H. Pattursoii, .Olaton, Ky. lleaMr ln in, (, 1'. JuniN, Itotttu r, 4. II. I.. Alford,. White Itiin, Ky. , Hartford, T, Itlchard I'luiuiiiir, Taylor Mines, . V. ldirp, UohIiic, Court ioiiciH flrnt Moiuliiy In Kulmmry ;eiuuciiy. utid coutliitiiH three wrel.r; third Monday lu April, two, weuha, third .Mtuulnv In (Mohrr two weekM. ' County Court 15. It Wedding, Judge, S. Tnsij, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, llnrtfunl. Coiut Alonilay coiim'iuh flint In eueh iitoiith, Quurtorlv Court lt m tin Attorney Law lourtii Aioiiilny In I'Vlinmry, Ma), August nml .m ember. HAIITFOKD, KY. Court of ClnluiN CoiixeniN first Tuisdny In January uiiil fimt Tmir Will practice IiJb In'OiU da) In (K'tolirr. and adJitaJn otmntics. OonunorelaJ Olhqr County Oflcem-- C. 8. Mox. and Criminal Praetioe a Spclalty". ley, Mire)or, KordHlllr, K j. V. I. No . lterimrd Felix, Assessor, Hartford. Ky.. It. 1 1). No. 2. Henry l.uu-h- , Superlntniduit, Hartford, Dr. A. II. Itlley. Coroner, Hartford. Law C. O. teMSTO MHflffltf HAVE HtbhMED.'oNLY t MADE MATTERS WORSE The iv ty offices and member of the House ,l,,r wlse measure. of Representathcs are to appeal to otJcct rcllcf frora Ms uatlon. Dliln rnnntv for cAimnrt n vntrrs N,ntDw condemn the present the coming November election, under,. Democratic administration of Ken- the Republican emblem, believing ,or 8 exiravngnnce mrougii that it 1. iiKt fnr thr.o n.v . iUK "ration of count-ma- y know" what' ncreasc of tor,thc General t'rlmary to be expected of them in advance, It8' nccdleS8 offices, and enormous which hae resulted and fair to tho people of the county to know Just where their candidates ,n uie JareC8t b,a,e dcbt ln ,,mn stand, upon all questions of public ionr8 aml which is sure to quire an Increase In taxation through Second. We faor rigid economy 'some form. ' We condemn It lor Its In the conduct of all the business passage of the Confederate pension of the county to the end that tax - bill and Its refusal to pay these es may be reduced to the lowest pos- -' "'en, many of whose claims have proven for months, under the slble rate, realizing that ne are JPSTICKSU-OURTS- . dened by the present high ''taxes, 'pretcit that the bill is unconstltutlon- Leslie iCombs. Hiirirnnl. Tin a.tnv HARTFORD, KY.v slate, county and town al, although having appointed offi- after 3rd Monday In M(!B. W. H. Bli sm smrf C. E Thlrd.-'- As a matter of economy cials under the act, who are draw after ;trd Monday In March, Tuesday June. Tinsday and in the intercut of a hotter ing their salaries. We condemn It i Mir oni .uontiny lu Septemlicr, Tues- aiuiLu annoucoe tia UtvJ havs iforin day after 3rd Monday lu December. a INirUumbAp business system, we faor placing the for Its failure to place the Penal In.or the nenil jtrno John H. MII,, Kookport. Krldnv ticj of law Fiscal affairs of the county in the stitutions of the State under a nonVJkMtl n ttt t j llaMt, uaftr Srd .Monday In Kriilay "Wii'l vnoiiiini nnJ unw hands of a commission to be com- partisan commission; refusal to pass aftu :inl Monday In .March, Friday n.1- .- ' June, jc. miUi btilfig Coiini'y Attor ,,. posed of three persons to be chos- a Workman's compensation act, Monday In September a after 3rd nvortiod from prtmitMng oueia .4 en by the voters from the county at corrupt practice act; and for lowering Friday UfUr Jrd Monday in De-- 1 ,xaviv Mr. Unrc will ladlvUiuBiIl ceinber. large; per capita. We also tho O. Oflltvji WeiA. . -- wV igBH4yatj of the believingcanthat thebe finances demnschool unanimous tendency of con- after B.1nlSeptt. Cromwell, Wed IKwiVj llvrtfori uok practical twtldlns,- - li county the the better handled Mumlnv vi..,i - WeJ-- . vlftiullatfi Hart' A tittle girl in UavrnnH I tup Trnt THINNING IN MEDICAL RANKS by a smaller number of men, who State officials, from Governor down, nesdav after :tnl" Mnmin WcT enough to have afreafjj ?jjhe i ln JU .ic, ford, K.", -- 1 can be chosen entirely with their to play politics, by looking ahead Wednesday nffer !lr,l . --. "jonilay In teraber, Wcdnesd' Fewer College Men Take Up thetutry business qualificatory in view. Un- - j for some other Job, Instead ef look- - uay In Deer- H"rl " p" MP.'E,n? Acftardlng to Sldnnv Ti h EL ,f ,ref FP '8"i Jer this arrane.men! the offce ofjing after the vital interests of the Mllraltockiv.-- ,. J the Sutc' whoni they are rfnH Miv....w i.. Justice of the Peace'. would not be t i.ple .i lrcll Fr)dny,-J& . Attorney, ; after 3rd Moi.daVii. Law -f . uetractea from, but Its powers lor to serve after 3rd JMonday r AJ,une; ,rlIy i Philadelphia I usefulness in the malntenajjor KY. HARTFORD, official In one of An nf or. Tenth. Our Candidate for member div after 3rd rv tBb maiden's lovely boy friend wen big medical colleges said to me, wrue - der in the arioua ot TtepresentatlM ASSOCIATEp WITH M.L. HEAVRIN of the House Ledger ml tot bwn for a week but he wrot' a Philadelphia Publicphysicians report- trlcts would J --far greater '.,' Lis1,""! " . nn j Thls offiqe Is . eiulipcil for hand who may be nbmlnatcd Upon, this urday gro'j:; "The number of fcrttert. And the maiden's slste Simula v .,..r JnlmM"u ': ."": F(idrth.-T- he bo selected by ..T "- v -" office of county as platform, should he and Collectloi less eaci Tear. There Is 'STready a latarted kidding. Satnlay ttttrv oiu .Monday in June. ling Commercial . .! lt...l,... i i ;iuinmj in oei- - Items as well as other legal and lit! 'i TVbat7" exclaimed sis 'another let- - naHeeaTrte lack of them Insome rural sessor fcliould be abolished, and1 the the people in the final election, Is BI.. ''"Saturday ' after. 3rd, Monday gaicd"iukW-rs- . ker from Rob? When do you eipect dUtricts i duties of that official performed by instructed and pledged to vote for ti v.cqniher. Prnctlctfln.f all thi , , Ito marry blm, dear?" also that the Umber-o- f of the following- laws'. t.'. look. Henirow, Tuesday ar- - courts. men chosen, by the County Board ITompt nnd vigorous eevlc4- J'lt fttrue r 2nil MnniTnl- - lln Mucli Tn..,lnV "Oh. very soon;" cried the little mcaicil VtudentR tli t)6r' Philadelphia Commissioners, for each magisterial "L. Hea.vHn'a Office.' A measure embodying the initia after' VndMonday in Mky, Tuasday' It, jone, encouraged by such a display of colleges, as well' as In' the medical col district. tive and referendum. i . after 3rd .Monday lu August, X"e8-ym'ptbyv ("Robert has only two leges ln other-par- ts of the united . ft r The recall for all State. DiFFtrIct day after 2n,d Jloiiday JnNpvcmber. ) Jyaru more In the preparatory Bchool. States, is smaller now than It was Fifth. The people of Ohio county y we and County officials. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, WtUncs-ihbetter roads and. And tben'ne,twlll go to Harvard and formerly. In 1904 there were 29,000 deserves Monday In after the jbe graduated with the highest honors medical students ln the country, but pledge the candidates who may be amendment to tho irmarj. March, Wednesday second 2nd Monday An after LAfter he gets his degree he will go .now there are only 18,000." Election Law, providing' fc' tne elcc. In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday nominated upon this platform if elect rtt vest and, make bis fortune, and "What is the reason for this de exercise their utmbst powers tlon of delegates to NaUrjn'a, conven. in August, Wednesday afterindjion-da- y Ohio CoiiBtr , jtben pwe shall be, married. Oh, all cllne?" I asked the college professor ed, to in No ember. HARTFORpl'KY. to inaugurate a system which shall tlons, and for the se' .ection of all so beautiful!" Jaacma Grant Pollard, Fohlsvllle. TJcsday "Stlfler courses of study," he replied , "Dream onl kid!" exclaimed the old-Ja- r ,He seemed to think that the country bring about this desired end in the party committeemen. after ind Monday In) March,' Thurs.-da- y All Mattery Given Prompt Attei An amendment tr the Primary Elec after 2nd Monday' in MS Thurssister, tenderly. "Do you want to could well afford to get on with few-e- r speediest and best possible way. PENSION AFFIDAVITS day after 3rd Monday In August, tion. . ;o to another picture, show with me , doctors, provided it had better Sixth. We pledge our hearty sup- tlon Law, prtv , .. Thursday after ind, Monday in s?fx:iaxtv. evening? There's a long time to ones. Each year sees a larger nun-be- r port In behalf of every effort to Im- tber is only, bis Qne candldate of any Jwatt, and we've got to put ln the time of doctors attached permanently prove our schools, for better build- party al the , nf ., tln. iiniit. ! J. L. Paltoa, Ralph, tYIilaylaftcr . a4vWnJuaW j omebow." Cleveland Plain Dealer. to hospitals. I asked this authority ings, more perfect sanitary conditions the Monday ) .n may be made through 2nd Mo'atiay In March, Friday after average Income what be thought the 2nd PWday 'after 3rd Warman Emperor Fond of Theater. ,1b v of Pennsylvania doctors, and he a course in agriculture for even nigh wh.4. vii y8 conlmUu.ej AIoalay Friday after school, and an agricultural experiAn "amendment William of Germany guessed $1.$0J. f Emperor ia Not ember. I to the Election Law jahows his belief in the system of na- liAftTFOJlD POUCE COURT. learn Xrom an authoritative source ment farm located in the county. fitting any candidate to have i C. M. Crowe, Judgo; John J, WU-sotheaters by contributing that the average salary of all MethoTo do any kind of Votorina-rSeenth. Our smpathies are with l .e benefit of the votes of all parties (,'4ty attorney; J, p. Stevens, their support, i As king of dist ministers in the Phlladedphla t, to which may support his candidacy by Marshal; Court convenes second MonIn their efforts farmers the work. Horses, mules and PngMl. WlHaaJL UtJ owneroj which Includes towns adjacent, obtain better prices for theft- - prr day' In nach month. cows need not die for Want of Having nis nuuic iiu.cu unuc .i aha Konlgllche Schauaplele, of wilch Is $1,172 a year. City Council Si H. Williams, Mayducts, and especially do we Calls answered ,i than one device upon the (allot. in Berlin and one there affilx-threattention. or; K. T. Collins. Clerk; K. Thomteeh at WJgej,iCasa6g,Ha7' pathUS with the tobacco fcrow- - drs of repeal of the odious registra- as, Treasurer. Members ofP. Council The day or night, . Pampered Lapdogs. Ohio county and pledtro tb'jm our tion certificate law, which in every iovey, jng. ofthe Robert lloosor, P. il. Taylor, J. II. The New York papers report that a JjSi? JsWe yeSTy 2B,000 for w ,antan election has 'made eaay the corrup- B. Carbon, K, P. .Moore, Fred Cooper, wealthy woman well known ln society support in tneir eucris 'Veterinary Surgeon organization, rthe royal theaters ln Berlin alonje, circles went to one of the finest hotels b'ereby they tion of the ballot wherever certifi- W. J. Hoan. School Trustees Dr. K. H. Pendlewhich sum Is ma3e' up"to $73t,5D0 out iln New York and engaged a suite of may secure a Just rew;ri tor - Ky. I required. tllc tolj cates are ton, Chairman; W, II. Karnes, Secret the privy purse. Even eo, how- - four rooms and three baths for three igien by thwu f'0 nc production Tlnsley prohibiting' tho use of tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, S. La A measure L abI1 hflnl uc vnnnthe of '.f n HV. ThpTP W aS a jyyor, iL .. uieri; lb gcurau hu annum J l,lo nmr l money, with which to corrupt vot- nnd J. D. Duke. above ?7S,000. and this tho , ,7v,g romY bedToom, and a bath iVan r " JBcttJ makes good as well His in, nec- - ers, KELIGiOUS SEIIVICKS. ancqua! one and dlslntranohlslng any one Emperor room and a bath (or M. K. Church, South Sor Ices j.erlal majesty takes most interest in , h ma,dg 'nnd a bedroom and bath ebSarJl "e '.'ledge them our bupport who may sell or buy votes. morning and eicning every first and E0OUre Government aid in maiii- opera house, which Is but rthe Berlin A corrupt practice act. as gne called herjt0 third Sunday In each month, Sune etone'8 throw from the castle, so i for her ..ba0e8 Workman's compensation law. day school y:l."i a. m. Pra)i'r meetJhree dogs two'japanese and one a tailing. ,munc vsarehousis. through vtiich 'tbey nwy bold tneir tobacco un that he can easily run in and conduct PekIngese 'Bpanrel. ing every Wednesday evening. Itev. A measure placing our .penal Instituehearfals. It is entirely owing to m t, fcatlB.UM R a nonpar- Savlllo, pnstor. d, f tions under control of Haptist Church Services morning U efforts that the produc Ions here horning, the dogs w 'fB..r trcatraent tisan commission. . i , and. oveulng every second and fourth iave attained their present pitch of A h, ItoiKMil of the hunter's tax. Sunday lit each month. Sunday school perfection ln everything that concerns white tub. After that comes brtak-- . Succeed when everything eb: falls. Itepcal oj tho dog tax. !i!l"a. in. Pra)cr meeting every Wedmounting. In nervous prostration and female fast with milk and tast. At Wjh - nl0,,tns the county hM beon "" weaknesses they are the suprem Abolishment of many nccdleps of- nesday evening, Hew Knglish, pastor. eon the "babies" ,nre served lth loerIbhed and actual suffering l.ah Church- - Services every Christian remedy, as thousands have testified. In a Japanese Bookshop. lamb chops and creamed Tsotatoes. ' been brought about among the coal fices created by the last bession of fouith Suudny at 11 a. m. and 7. l. FOR KIDNEY, LI VERANP The following advertisement ot a Dinner consists of a bit tot chicken, I miners on account of slack work, the legislature. m. Sunday school 0:30 a. m. Klder AV. Toklo bookseller Is worthy of the most mashed potatoes, .and a dressert of Ice- - fchurged, STOMACH TROUBLE A measure reforming the 'taxing U. Wright pastor. to tho failure of tho railroad progresBh e vender of printed wares: it b the best medicine ever sold Cumberland Presbyterian Church system of the State which will pace cream or some creamy confection. to furnish sufficient can?, lu order over a druggist's counter. "The advantages of our establish- i fa.ft nf l.n Anna la fl ft .. antll VI UUfeD where they Sunday school every Sunday at D:40 la no n 9 nant- - 1 nrlno w, MW U UV.,V. '.V as....,. singingl,i(f.,rv 3, ,i Ings" a ' day, or "more than .illj omila that this oil may be remedied we the burdens of taxationr6f upon tho a, in. SECRET SOCIETIES. $15,000 properly belong, instead girl; a ."books elegant Hartford Lodge No. C7f, 1 and A. men who own small homes and Visijrlt clear as crystal; 4, paper tough as year. London elephant's hide; 5, customers treated ble property, not easily evaded in the M. meets every first Monday night An Ostrich As a Pony, in each month. M. L, Uqayrju, W. es politely as by tho rival steamship M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. Kono of the recent additions to tho Woman Finally Recovers assessment. companies; G, articles as plentiful as A law' giving ho people of Kcntiicky S. Hartford Chapter No. U4 in allbrnrv: 7. cood3 dlsnatched as - - ' Zoological Gardeps has proved so pop- - From Nervous Breakdown meets evory second and fourth MoiyjJ 8, parcela tilar as "Barbara," the domesticated Impoverished ncrcs destroy many eijual advantages with thoso of the any 3dltlouBly as a cannon-ball- ; eeiings. .Mies Anna J. ration, .done un with ns much care as that be-- ostrich which Is now allowed to draw people before their time. Often be- States North of us, by compelling tho Jas, II. Williams, W. B.; W fUmtm U kIU M.Balr. AtrltlwUl" towed on her husband by a loving a little carriage, loaded with happy fore a sufferer realizes ivh.it the railroads to give ua the benefit of 2 W.'-M- .: mka tou oar txruuuieac cuitomer. '' Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. children, around the gardens in tho trouble is, he is on the verge of a cents pur tulle passcuger rate. 9, all defects, such as dissipawife; rrtlfeWUCtKH SSaBfflffiSl complete nervous breakdown. It afternoon. -- matters nbt speciLodgo No ;ip Knights ' utM6MtiirtirMlmlM(iubMt.Tuit- Rough Illver tion and idleuesu, will be cured ln Upon all other tlMtl9St-mra- t iiikMTanliauiui. I Barbara, who is at present bereft of is of the utmost importance to keep fically mentioned herein, 'our candi of Pythias meets every Tuesday ovan-Inyoung people paying us frequent visits, OUAKAHTrEITOI1JAJC.) our nervous system in good conW. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Noy Mentha tMt Paper. Writ nd they will becomo solid men; 10, her plumes, has to be kept ln tho sanadition, as the nerves arc the date ia directed to voto ln the Interest Foster. K. of R. & S. ' ), the other advantages we offer are loo torium, and is allowed out only during of all bodily power. Mrs. source of progress, and' for tho. general w Anna Q. T. IU Hartford Tent, No. 0p( fine, warm weather. She Is fed twlco a language to express." tnaay for VSJEND 10 CENTS5 " Kounz, 2ii ineots-cvorfirst aim ,tiuru Timrsiiay of all our veople. i day on a mash of bread, bran and oatn. Colo., says: Mechanic SHI Pueblo, It.1 T. tvolIlris, Commander; I Upon this declaration of principles nightsr with chopped bones and cabbage 'as a Great Indian Poet Arrives. VArltnttn. Tlncon! Keoiinr.'- - I I 0 ''For many yeaTS' I snflrel,' from, India scoBia at last to hae pro second course. Tlie charge for riding nervous prostration; 1 wa ujmJUU the members at , .this 'convention Acme Lodso, No. 330 li 0 O. F. i i.;t.' y duced ji, great poet, and. thero hao ln Barbara's carriage once around a to do any houw sfk ana doctors pledge l their ,( hearty support to Ahq I meets cvery second, and fourth, very few since tho days rif tho large flower bed is twopence London failed td "help me.' Ticmcdies I candidates uvho. may 'ho nominated boon' nfgbts In each mouth. 'C. M. llartried from druggists did not 'do Mababharata. Mr. 'W. 11. Yeata.vwho Mall! iiulv, nuuiu it tho general lirlmaiy elelitlon.flrst Socrotary uianui ' iv. . .ivuiuni 1 , , rue a particle of good. A neighbor vW , knows good poetry when ho sees. It, Saturday 'in' August, aext.it under i.the told my husband nboijt Hartford Camp No. 202'jWk P.,,W. , ' ' end even writes occasionally, says, of ery Poor. Slant. J t 4l 1V Log Crfbin, 'for tho varlo'us offices to( meets pyqry second and fourth SatSenator Shlvely 4wae .discussing a .. itho lately publlshedi volume tby Itabln- Dr. Miles' Nervine rFT T !' bo voted for ln Ohio Icouuty at .the urday titglits in 'each taohth. Leslie tTJTT ,, 'tUv tariff clause. , , , , .'dranatb Tagore: "I have carried and lie procureJ a1 bottle. After the Uerinc'tt, Council Cbmmand6r; W O. 7 !'vw i,1 of these tanelatlous ..'The.pppopents, of this clause are first few, doses1 I showed a marked coming November, 'election. jtnABUscrlpt. r . jr WallnctvuCWrlcj i , ' 'Respcctf ully-subLadies! SavBjJoBeyMitepjiHi . ttbd, jabout wltli me for days, reading It In like young Smlthers," he said, "young improvement and, after taking two .Sjipshlne-H.J.vec,42, L. O. T. M.. railway 'tralhs or' on the' top ofimni- - Smlthers, who married 'the' poor and bottles was tntircly' cured. I Iiavd I'H'n'i Style by Readme McCall's mepts qvery first and third Friday a.'d:'K1uic. I bavp,. clder,ly and hideous .Mine Hughes. been perfectly wcjl for Vears and ' nights 'in 'each month. Mrs. Attyc 'Migatiae and'Usinj McCiH Pattera 'v'Jtmos and 'fn 'restaurants, 4nd 'M. L. 'HEAVRIN, Two 'ladles wej-dlscussluff thlB cannot praise Dr. Miles1 Nervine'', ' Grjtfln, Lady, Commander; 'Mrs. Lula often had to close ' it lest same 'b A. LEACH1, ' ' t r 'li.ciM.'i'i.i.'Ani tod highly." Pendleton,. Lady, P99ord Keevo'"-'- '' ' ' hfttnuigerwold'aee how much It moved matcU (The first said: S.' iL.' STEVENS, ' If you ,are troubled wi'tli Joss of. ""Jlow'ori-bartdid Smlthers c6me Keystone Chapter No. 110'. R.' A. I iiKMkmto w ' .' fB,'t j 'I (t a hrm " ' w.'rVedge, appetite, poor digestion, weakness,' M., moots every third Saturday night ; to marry her?' (aMtV lx(uvutj kutiliii; I . ii.l i inability j,q sleep; if jou'are. ip a i" i n i.. of ln'each month'. John T. Moore High "Tho others lady, Bmlling delicately,: general "run down li! L! CAnTER, ' ;She Steel, ykwwwar ( . FHrnltura it J condition and Tlnsley, 'l Committee; Priest! W. 8. SOCIETY-O- Secretary. , .u latest matorlal answered: j - i .steel la unable to' 'bear vour nart of tin- ., EQUTY. , P AMERICAN .fYoUjOiniBoe for yourself ,,that bo daily grind o( life, you (need tome-- i " National Officers Proaldeht( Ira ttftfllMdflS the'rokklng of 'ftirnWird! If "i vnvrei .1' ' UliieicU.UMiei; 'lil.'.o 'l "j.tBed'iofBlleboardB. wardrdbbs',' ehlf- - wears blue glaHBes." thine, to stretu'then .vmir you td.knw; of J. Chryat. Hudson, tWlBrfin Vi Pros! Sj uiti)lo, tiiforinatlon H You may norrcallztviiatR )lie matrn rll home sudrx'r- iU I dent, S. B. Calbout, Jvy,;r I fikleftl writing fleakB,' and' le finished l :', .'.. ' I '. 'KTJiCX mtlK'iu. Onlr ter with, you;' Hut that W no reason the 'great ood thatHBi"belngjdono by Secretary & Robertson, G. Ta'nK,"Vau-- T VVell Arnended., ,. the various, Treas., H. l withrfoci lB)IUtla-dU' a yfarrhtludiiig-ChamD,erlaiu"s'urablet8Darlus IDpwn-ey- f sau. Wis. OnvArnni- - Quiver anntnni nf aaml. 'why' ycu should Oelay treatment. 0V ! , a 'mbolk that tie dlfferenceioannotlbo df .n.w MartlMt t, State Officers PreBlderit, J. lr. 'Mc- - laaaaaaaaBaaavaaaBH .iw ".!.'?. 'if11"; or 'rui i flnlah.laiapp.Uod; un- - llarlV Ignoble mqvein a political 'or TpWDerg.'Oundtron', Nl B., Nervine 0fufYrcaiIuilloVor. "i tMtoA. nnnill PrlnrAlnti lv VI.S PrAttl said in Albaflr. ' ' ' '" vJ J"f ' becoming ' .. McCill rntrmt will rouble Jnit n w,a n jour at Tan hlah tamperatureH has proven its value, in nervous dis- - , Hr,sfi"-- i k v'BnR dent, J. H. Burney, Muhlenbor; Co,; 1 "yhotber unubuuu uUi'OL'ruulaud clotliliurror tBWa"??, OTotJ'l, forthis move wln the day ordejtf or thirty yiatt, atid merits C8awborWn i.fah.ret,?, a(Jt ,fnds secretary tt irea9.,s. p. itonertson, yourrRi! km iintdifrt.Vii uh )IH Wtlcct "one, can't cdUntenance a trial no' matter how manv oilier itylo tnii til. Calhoun. Ky.; Organiwsr, T. H.' ! t' tr "j 1 '. ' remediasiliavecfailcd. ia It" m,i dolpg.(her riittcfn CiitMi tmu ttein; veryij Effect ualoanA Hkrtford.tKyLH d Srt'ina'avtUfUt p....u fur reuinc cui'' dd ' ltser JjbernorY'bruiikadnibaoii )bi YtaCLr".:?iWHatfrlriatoWJ.eW lots of good." It you 'have an), itrou-bl- i) vMrwfmi5tate Executive gpard , MILES TKEDICAL'-C- O., Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. ABraMed steel sideboard would have long, thick forelock and added: Elkhart, Ind. with your stomach1 or bowels give Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Plrtle, "The cud Justifies only ttte mean." TU BtCAU. (CB7AM. U9 It 219 Vol 37 SU KM ItK 5 pa affact wtustrr on 1U nurface. them g' trial. For sale by all dealers. Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun- ressfons and strange oaths such as fcro supposed to be used by fish However, according to the present lord mayor of London, Sir David alurnett, Illlllngsgate as a name for (Wild expressions, promises to become misnomer. Recently he paid a surprise visit to this market within his jurisdiction, and like Haroun Al d of old, he went in disguise; that ,ls to say he did not go in his mayoral pxbes, but wore a bowler hat, so that be should not be recognized. J During Uie whole time he was there testifies that he never heard a ro- ane word. Everywhere, too, hen fish Tiers came running along with loads (unexpected effect, hat might have damaged his clothes 4 "'Oh,' walled the woman. 'If the ey gave the warning cry By your t boat has been running for fifty years Jieave, sir.' His lordship came to the . jt must be so old and 'rotten that It ocluslon that the good temper dis-- can't nosslblv stand "iiil w.' played in the carrvlne out of their ' Jnim fm- rrdaous labor would have Deen a cred-- j "And with that she Jumped I to any body, of men. board. "Fortunatelv. shn vm fiohr.H mil hv O0KED INTO GOLDEN FUTURE 'the crew, but she sustained a severe" .. ingr 'PI.a VaaI ui ...... juo uum, v luunu, weaiu- jjroef 'That Moore ' reJ he Ptorm. and that woman was Wat Right When L, rla Indulnsri in RhimnHn. rK.M I. the only person on bonrd who wn In. .. -- r..-.. .... -" .rtiii u,cu-- . "Love'a'Yountf Dream.1 .jhswii.Vvr.fCa:.J.r-- r haw-piera. Ras-jchl1 S"-iu-i- Once Unfavorably Known Given Clean ' Bill of Health. "Billingsgate" Is synonymous for! language that Is not exactly of tho type that In heard In polite noddy. (Billingsgate itself Is the name of the famous fish market In the heart of London, England, the biggest fleh mar ket in the world, and DllllngBgato language Is language full of uncouth ex ra Bad Lanfuaf a, Captain's Words of Intended Comfort Completed Panic of Terror-Stricke- n Passengers. "To try to reassure peoplo in time of an accident sometimes caused more trouble than the accident Itself," mid a man who once lived on Staten Island. "At any rate, that was my experlenre when one of the old Stnten Island ferry boats nearly turned over one day In a fierce-winIt looked as if destruction were Inevitable. "Tho boat had dlpped.untll It almost stood on edge; passengers stampeded, women and children shrieked and cried In terror. Radly scared as I was, I undertook to comfort a woman who had knelt and was praying loudly for deliverance. "Don't be alarmed, Madera,' 1 Baid. 'We are sure to be 11 right The boat will straighten up in a few minutes. It has been running for fifty years, and it Is not likely to go down now.' "My comforting words tiad a most Flat- - J'lc'leo our candidate fof mnni.tr of t,lc House of Representation to sup port a measure enlarging the powers First. We endorse all the steps of the State Railroad Commission which have been taken by the Coun- - and mfiklng It the duty of said Coin-t- y Republican and Progresshe "Exec- - ,n,Mlon t0 require all railroads to w. uthe Committer, leading up to and fUlsh ft BUtf,clcnt UltlKlUt rilRlTlnilniitlnn ' I., hnn.ll. M.n Including tie call for this conven- - .,., . ... ., KepubHcan-FrOgreSSlve form Dlreotory CoMty ty: Ohio n1'" f Hon to formulate a platform unon niltura lr.nv hiv. .(..n.u. which candidates for the arlous coun- - we also pledge our supiKirt ,.i, .... for nil) halng for Its Intolerable sit-- . ". ytDiranorwna. Otto C. Martin at irufon ,ul,,af' Barnes Attorneys at & Smith tin ' ...... ,.,. Jk 1 - ...- ..;, i V' y ., - Sep-Mo- n- AJSHUR D,fKlRKl iom at J ..,.,.ii a. -- i.f u,li ! ni " K J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public ' Ia-M- rial '"" n, dla-.trlc- i IPREPB y r-- e Pnisltanijw y W. H. Rllw'EV Hnrttord, A "g,,,;, ,n ' l"V,e ",, .... ' .T .,, .ibi.ub x,, tv,e Electric Bitters SEEDS .u..., Tit-Bit- O.-'E- ! r.ifrsrTo7r7 to-da- y; ' ro g. 1 I, y ''l. Frl-fda- MtowmMWLi ' f. J'.'l 1 .)), ,e h lf '- It ff '. Wristtlinr nr.. - 'b f . Thood po'n-fllc- ' Dnaei" ucWwff iWPf ifa fcifap nxnMmrJ V. fcal-maL- n, li' h.-t- 'WoM,Wn4Vn7:tu?; r J I Twai":wJj??.!!?lS: - .. u.. -- --i .,2t, , k THE WINDS AND THE PROUD iWa- RECORD AS SOLDIER -- J ' J WP5-OKlM- M .- -i -- WAVES OBEY HIM iij Pastorl V' Rmsaad Party En 'P-PteaP- ' m HI E?Sii CASTORli The jSSBSSegj Promoles DislionheerfU , Kin(l Have' ' Routs For Europe. The Storm on Galilee's Sea FurniaheJ Acta Text. For a 'Dlacaura as Words of Jesus Parabolic The ' Storm as a Type TJie Master and Quellina""lhV His Disciples asTypa 8torm a Type Also the Great Calm. Always .BSughi ears the Signatilre np UI ' Bf filiijjjijjjB ,BlilH 55,f W , 18'?i Km' " TO yyA : JfiP1'' IM ' ft s AX It In Jhnprost i ssanifestXontalnjnetor Opntm.Moriihiftc Not Narcotic. JhtxIrU'l' irwi'nntnt m norMiamL t II 1 JtmptitotiDcS.w.'nrmim V yAir MlXliF ' Uf. , Ire-- . nil," on the At InntV, f.Hlly 27,r' Ahnnnl il ii "Tho EsamsamMsisSwX EsamECamsl I ,1 Ski T TaH W - ESuJV. 'Etamsffl Esk.'SI Zi Mrww. UCartHutMit il II A a -I- air", Vteryrm IJurr. 1HRr fmL ApcrfcctncmedyforCmisston;5ourStomach,Disrrtnr) WorrosjConvnkions.ftwrisii - I r 1. l.ly WEr " liA. p m In slsimsimsimsWW JtJH Brent tump lu the sea b,u t .He was nsfepf And Ills dl'tcfplcs awoke "Tlicre uroae est a Him, lso Over Ix)rd, save uu; we s'li. saying, nessandL0SS0FSLEP. J t fl r t.'lBfi I NtWYORK. Thirty Yearns "Exact Co M3ffl. 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Tbe Master Arilnlno( .imu"nf tlli nt,a. word to UUr dlsclples and told beui o tn jtuey alone were 4 permi-ie- q know tbe mysteries of tbe Kingdom of Heaven. He did not explain all of His parablcs'even to Ufs "Apostles. ( On en ' the the contrary, He Spirit of Truth la come at Pentecost and after, He shall guide you Into nllTmtb.and brlug ull things to jour remembrance whatsoever I bate spoken." Since PcntecosttWrefore; Jesus' followers can "uuiIersTau His teaching In a way that His earliest followers could uot. It was not expedient that natural men should understand clearly tbe Divine Plan. St Peter declared that If the Jewish rulers bad known, they would not bave ' crucified tbe Prince of Life. But only by Jesus' crucifixion could tbe Dhlne Plan be carried out. Therefore It was bidden from those for whom It was uot In' tended. This was a blessing; for if tbey bad done those things under full light and knowledge, their guilt would bate been much greater. Tbey ure. therefore., to be punished according to their limited light and knowledge. Tbe same principle obtains respecting tbe whole world; light Increases responsibility. He that knew tbe Master's will, and did It not, shall receive many stripes; be that knew not tbe Master's will, and did things worthy of stripes, shall recelye few stripes. Those begotten of tbe Holy Spirit' as God's children hare tbe highest responsibility, because tbey have tbe greatest knowledge. Tbey alone could commit-thsin 'unto death, as St. Paul explains. HebrtwsC:l-C- ; 10.20, 27. The secret of tbe demarcation be- Hween the Church and tbe world is that tbe formerhas tbe Holy Spirit beI getting to a new, nat;ure, with privileges of knowledge of God and His plans not grantedv others. Only tbe outlines of tbe Divine Character and plan can be clearly discerned and apI preciated by those not I The Beat and the Storm In Antitype'. I Our lesson typically considered,' tbe boat would represent tbe Gospel Dispensation 'the Master" asleep, 'tbe the Lord's "apparentttindlfferepoe'i-to- storms of persecution assailing His Church; and the disciples i Imploring cry. the prayers of the 'Church throughout thq Age. . , rj t A(ter our Lord's ascension, storms of persecution "followed pne4anotber until the history of tnetrue Church has been marked by severe trials of patience 'and faltb. Often tbe Lord's people have wondered atrbe'nfflictlous permitted to c6me upon tliefn. It'seeui-e- d did not cure. as though. d We might reason that If God bad raised the storm wbleh frightened exsurely Jesus perienced fisUermen. would not bay worked contrary to the, Divine arrangement We might also reason that Satan, "the Prince of the Power of tho Air,1' might have thought to thwart the Divine arrangement re specting Jesus' crucifixion. Storm of Trouble a Near., Bible students are .convinced that tbe 'great storm of trouble upou tbe Church Is very near. We need not prophesy 1 concerning Its character. We ure to remember, however, that the majority nf th Htnrm unon the Church have 'come from professed people of God.' The rather than front the world. Scribes. Pharisees and Doctors of the Law really crucified Jesus, as St, Peter said.-"Wbe 1 spirit-begotte! -the-Lor- creat i """Tlie Then He arose and rebuked the winds and the sea; and there was a calrar-MHttlie- w 824-20- perl t, -, . The worried mother wakes up to hear her" baby's heavy breathing' a &MM Gen. Hunter Has Distinguished Himcough perhaps the croup or whooping cough. Sho does not want to end for "j' self Under the British Flaa In All doctor when perhaps the trouble 'does not amount to much. Finally tho think oC Ite Recent Wars. that medical book her father slave her, The Common Sense Medical Advisor, W, R. V. Pierce, M. D. She says 'Must the thing to find out what is tho matter wsijV governOen. SlCAret-lbaithe' little7 'Hnnter, million household in this country Own ono'r-aa- tt it's iter or and commander-lB-chle- f of Gibral- be hidifor (Only (31c. In stamps 1,000 pages fa spleedid cloth b1ndinft A fteeet family' adviser in any emenjeacy. It is for tither set, i This Is what many wonta-a- f tar, has ,a fighting' record Jot which any soldier Might weH ibe .proudly- - t .write, Dr. Pjerce in respoV. to Jiil3" Favorite Prescription! '' a retaedy. wljch hU mo do thousands of and Probably his narrowest escape oc- the painful womanlymelancholywhich miserable women cheerful and hnppy', by curias diseases undcrmino a woman's health and strength. gunboat El curred when the Tr.Ajl la n Hrt.ll.. .... flA A.. 1m. m h.SJr Teb turned turtle at tbe fifth cataract' your valuable medjclnrf has dono.formc'Vwrlai-- - MmU during the expedition to Khartoum Jto of 323 3. Bontaloft StitCBalUmoriv-MVJ- . flC, " Before tho atorclc camp to onr hotiso I was rCvcry slcliv relieve Gordon: v Sir Archibald. Jumped woman. I wrriw yotl for advice which was kmdiy'Wen nftxl .overboard', out was struck: In the side which mtdo mo a different woman in a short time, Afta? V r i by the brldgo rait and narrowly estaking the first bottlo of 'Favorite Prescription I x?ml iJ caped drowning. While he was rest imnrovinrsoat'IIlardirKflo"trrwaa 1 I did my-ohotisewoTlvnshlng--and-'irmttnirrc-oUligi1ng, cows was brought to him that HT- -' sowing, and the worst of nil nursed thrM children who hoU the boat, which had drifted thirty v. noopim? cotta-n-. , I hnniiv of tho advent ten minute miles down stream, tvas agroubd on Is More o;eiy was.lr-- Tho Dr. Pierce's Fnvorlto Prescription an island, and that a tapping was r,'T" HiEr anv.wnman tofako when In tills Is tho best medicine lot condition. Irocommcnd Vtt 'lizard from within her. Instantly he to all my friends,'' l WIWVJU C. made for the wreck, and throughout cuttlng-ou- t work sat twelve hours of himself on tbo keel, hammering to encourage the two poor firemen Impris,' oned below, who were finally rescued. Sir Archibald was a member of the. tucne-nexpemgon wnictt, .under Vita- l ft4WV finally subdued the 'Soudan at Omdurman. During this campaign he was hlsleader'a right hand man, and was 'always to be found where the During the trouble was thickest. , , South African war he was one of the besieged In Ladysmlth, and It was he -whtr planned, and carried -- Prompt Attention-an- d Good Service. of the mischievous "Long Tom" which was such a serious menace toTthe little ajarrlson'. 7" TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, TWhen a public 'reception was proposer" In Sir Arthur's honor after the i campaign, he refused It In a characteristic sentence. "It Is only right," he Mld,-"thI should decline to receive airy form of demonstration,'1 as so many --of my comrades bave been killed." . ' J d d W . i.il .. . y . A WOMplJV-- S WISOOM. j, r ItT'ucTi-a'cfiaitrp-- -- nsfatfas-'abtitter-bal- Ma3.Ztna-tTA-rDBA3-- !. T r, - nw PIrst Class Lriyeryrrie.ti Centertown, -,, ,Kentucky.,, outr.the-de-itructl- oh at OUR CLUBBING fRAWES; r',r L .r-a.- jMIGHT EMULATE THE OSTRICH ' '" physician Apparently Had Little Fear for the Digestive Powers of His Parent. "Dick's line of' talk on Imagination." said Senator Marcus Smith of Arizona to a party of pals a few nights .ago, "makes me think pX a medical acquaintance of mine. i 'JAmong his patients," continued the senator, "the doctor had a lady who was strong on imagination. In fancy she suffered every 111 In the long sick sick list, and was continually calling at the physician's 'office or 'phoning ' for him. "Early one evening tbe doctor was called to the lady's house, and .although the fair patient complained of being very III, she said she Intended ' going to the theater. doctor-'readilsaw that she 'Tbe would be perfectly safe In attending the performance, and was about to called take his leave when ,t , him back. "'Oh. 'doctor,' said she In a weak and languid voice, 7 want to ask you something. Do you think that i' may eat a few oysters tonight on returning from the theater?' 'VYea, madam,' replied the physician just a .trifle testily as he started for the door, "shells and all.' " y the-patle- nt The Republican and Iiouisville Herald 7. The REPUBUCAisf and 1.60 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.75 The Republican and, Home and.Farm..., 1.00 The Republican and Inquirer 1.7J 3.00 The Republican and Lotdsville Daily Herald. . . . .V. 3.50 The JXEPUBLiCAfl ana JJaiiy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75" The Republican and .'.'...".... 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer. The Republican and New Idea Woman's' Magazine... 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... JL.60 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $ 1.00 Coiirier-Jourrial;. Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOwensb- J ' )'T . Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to ' ' ' r - THE REPUBLICAN. ! i ' teen claimed to 'be members of r his company, ' bavetonly twelve people," said' the manager, as be walked through' av w' the cars with tbe conductor to Iden.j-j.tify them. , i7 lv'T "And tbose two" men?" Inquired the young fel- a. conductor, pointing to two lows who were Innocently watching ',, toe proceedings. ,. "They are not my people," denied j the manager. a. The conductor approached the men with a detective glint In tbe eye, and " .' ' ' said sternly: 'You said company when I asked tor your tickets now what company uo you belong to?" "Weljs Fargo Express company," was 'the Impudent answer, as they j quickly brought, forth .money to pay '" their fares. theatrical manager was told by a train conductor that his ticket Vaa only for twelve people and that fourA What Company? YOUR " i' f it Letter Heads ' c. i tt " 'I ...-.-. i ' , ,ri 'i l Bill Heads. Notehds .taaa w Ttaivx -fkat I ; .,',.., . '- - .i.c it . s$ T l-- . w , 5 i 1 l mvv .jvaNtot. f s tl t j j a - a - ,.. i. i Jl" i ;""" i i . . i f I.ir i - I.ij.ui fliff" i el'. je.i1-- . ' ji3" .' A J I i a it. Special Attenton " .. i.-t And other printed forms are given Tit" ' j i in n nr KAfiiiniiran YIV 1AMM..e.MMA cJUJJ 1Cptll IJUUClll. . t ,l htr v . in c s J . ... , t .- Hint to the Tax Gatherer. e bas The difficulty Mr. had jn deciding what to tax and what to leave untaxed In this year's' budget recalls the story told of an earlier chancellor of the exchequer who was reduced to despair In similar circumstances, Finally he decided to consult a occasions friend who bad helped blm to find fresh sources of revenue- - lend baVtng written to 'this friend be waited 'hopefully for bis reLloyd-Georgal It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon j gaiiieu xj puuiiwi, auu uuw, i uu ait my iiuuacwu-n.- , as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give ply- .declared.-A- cts j 3:13-11 infrlajnms.it Practice Excluilvslr. UfkU Ilwrt. vwf tTlSi WASHINGTON. tt ruat oa Tt .H, W. n n n la awiali ...- -. D,.ik.. BilCKBM 1S xocxroio, st. wonn xu. lafilakMlMtllliEma F Zfx&lfjkiiiftaa-liaiix.rxrA.-! KtfMrrrrutr) JK 'JtsRatzm lJrZ3B& fi0-o. -- j! t 'PasMsi fetOi WW i - ffflsi.-crinernsA- Gi7X..ii!eJT&JttjntSrSXXrt9n ip JU-UM- f&fft60Gmri&&l''"H fj2tt9fffj i !2J3 WW ?u?dftfi WTWl-fy ra that the Cburch Our expectation wlll buve Its most trying experiences ifrpm professed brethren. Cburcb Fedt eratlon has a sluce.ru and innoieut Hook; but Is uot Its purpose and object 'to fortify sectarianism? Should we not expect, that, when it shall gain the measure of political lufiueuce and power indicated In the Symbolic book of Revelation, tbobo holding a simple faith in God uud His Word, and striving to walk the narrow way, will be misrepresented, slandered and eventually .hindered from the Lord's service? Tb'o Lord see ma to indicate that Uls Church will be perfected on the Heavenly plane before tbe world's tribulation shall ureal In fury. True, the Church may escape lu tbe sense of being enabled to live above the trouble-unaffec- ted by It; but wd think not We believe that tbe Church will bave pass ed Into glory before the culmination of tbo world's Day of WratU. The frlenda suggestion came by return of post. "Put a tax on umbrellas," ho wrote, "and, make f tbo bishops t order tbe prayer for rain to be read In all tbe churches!" Pearson's Weekly. Japs First to Cultivated Oysters. As earjy as 1720, at least, oysters were grown by artificial means In Japan, and long before the descendants of tbe Mayflower pilgrims bad realized tbe desirability for oyster culture tbe Japanese bad graifped the situation, and provision for an enlightened administration and utilization of oyster grounds. Old as the Industry is In Japan, It has not grown to great Importance In itself, tbo aggregate output being, valued at, less than a quarter o a' million dollars a year. An electric restaurant Is In successful operation In London. The cooking Is faultless and tbe prlcls are i'J a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a, little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc, are sure signs of woman- -, tired, worn-oN ut Tfte womairs Tonic ' OT ".. '"I -- ". i 't Electric Restaurant ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot male a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! v - lower Uun those of tbe neighboring establishments of tbe same class. i . v ta -- - "" wwMUBwwag wAwwfWMMmfrmntRMffinttyt ft j&Xwa, wt'''"i'ww"n"ui"l''inwli.iK "". ri mm .. nziz: Breckinridge County Hardinsburg, Ky August the State. 19, r air 20 and 21, 1913 "t ! Three big days of amusements, profit and pleasure. A clean, moral, agricultural exhibit. Something to suit the taste of everybody. Don't miss seeing the exhibit from the State Experiment Station. This will be instructive to everyone who sees it. Our premium list this year justifies the statement, that at Hardinsburg you will see the finest collection of stock of any county fair in LOUIS GERTSON, World's Most Will make two flights each day of Famous Aviator the fair. This alone will be worth the price of admission. ' Special rates orrthc railroad each day. Trains stop at the fair grounds. -- WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. 177S In New York. J. M. SKILLMAN, Secretary. tfio'flt The right to ote is regarded as daunted, however, the Hluc Sox piled jed only their rogular memljrstiThe Jdayt was called off by' the I eitch- During our American revolution the the right preservative of all rights, uii luree in uieir nun on singles oy i in ricid worK was good airnrnffndT flcld manager Thursday, on account ten .Masonic lodged in the Continen- but is it? The chief fault appears to E. Harnett, A. Harnett, Hunter, .Marks Taylor Mines, csjc!aly or or some of their players being abtal army used the ballot to elect its be with the voters themselves rather and a base on balls to Siuildlug. Karvoy Taylor at third and I'lummer" sent Sunday. ', ANTIQUITY officers and candidates. Washington, than with the form of voting. The Both sides got by the fourth with- at first. Held and Hrown mudt good Gist, printed ballot Is far better than the out reaching counting territory but double plnj b. The T. SI. outfield conKnox, Hamilton, Lafayette, On August 10 at the Woodmen ptc-n- lc Sumpter and other leading officers voice or the- - uplifted hand, because Hartford sewed things up In the sixth tinues to do good work. at Taylor .Mines, the 'T. M. . were often present and used the bal- - there are voices and voices and an when they ran n threo more on hits team will play agafrut Equality at 10 ambidexterity among our people which by A. Barnett, Spalding, .Marks. n 3Tsftfi m Rome Before Cnns- - lot in army lodges. The gnme hot ween Taylor .Mines a. m. will play Island 8tatlon at and Thomas. The visitors liv- ami Loltchflold at Leltchflcld Sun- - --':30 p. m. States Constltu might be used to their confusion In When the United elections. AAU the restrictions ened things up when they scored two Wj. nrtnnfBd vlv.i voce vntinz h only in Maryland, Virginia, and protection thrown by statutes In the seventh and one In the next obtained va,n tfthe Vm frame, but this full two short of and Georgia. In lbSl Maryland. ' abou' tlle ballotn ro 'h have the right to vote do catching the locals. Ma- - . Georgia and Arkansas adopted the lle fWrin? uwoiuuojiary War not exerclse that rtght for 'adopted this plan of voting. It was of the state and In fear of Deity. thk scorn-:-. SOnic Lodges Used SallotS adopted Much for mankind is yet to be galn-fo- r not until :S60 that Missouri Innings 12 345G7S 9 It II K EieCtlOaS. (generally the paper ballot, and Vlr-- 1 M through the ballot. Rockport 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 fi G I ' B,n,a 8tuck t0 the vlva voce st'le ' There Is moce Catarrh In this sec- - Hartford U0303000 x S 1 1 ' b1V is ' r of voting, despite the original ex- - toa of h mHHlsllllllllllllllllS country htan all other periments made with the written dlsea8e3 ,mt togetuert aml untll the J3y Gilbert Patten Brown.) THK LINL'-U..- - ,a3t few years WM supposed i iiie uauci oi louay. as oi unvimii uojiui ... mc w..j a Rockport. Hartford. saoiee, ju conswereu y tne rauonai ony. unui ioo. ivomuy uhu.huwi lncurable- - For a great aiany r3 Everly, ss. Elgin, ss. rziTZttn a most sacred thing. It has viva voce voting till ISM. At first d()Ctora pronounced lt a Ioca, K. Barnett, cf. da. .McDougal, If. ."jh, nued by both the oppressed and the ballots were written by the vot- - eMe and pre3CrbIed ,ocal remedles Green, 2d. Rlckard, p. themselves or were While wruuor. nlinn. I. there is .nothing ers f 11 lltt . arl Tit tllQ (.ItlHIjIlprinted and Garrett. 3b & p. A. Barnett, 3d. cure . to L n.n to .1 v tT u; vv .vum....J frtf w. lyvi UclllUl, HCn flUVUL bllU l.ntlnt (.IICIU 10 uion.wMtti rrp'ifrmont' nrnnnitnforl It In Uarnard, If. Hunter, c. THAT A .srxat deal that Is very Interesting, flee; now this work Is done by po- Turley, lb. havnrnvan Spalding, lb. .,..... ,, , "Ens RKord Is of Italian derivation and Htlcal committees representing the W UQ ' .Marks, rf. NV MATTER ;U1UJ111U1.1UIIU1 UI9CUW2 ttUU Slorehoad, cf. IT DOES a ball In . the original, but. In, parties.. struggling ..for mastery. There thereforel requires constitutional treat- - Gary, c. osaim. ...... Robertson, 2d. ?..., ..,. -a .i 1U Ul u.u uvctt ou "iuvu mimuuawwu uiiu tllC CUI4& JUU.Jt, itllU 111 .u Thomas, If. ninet. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu- - Fulkerson. p. uu: political questions it means a bribery of the voters attending the Jai'Udon WEATHER factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To.?JJX& av iig piece of imper on which poles that It was found necessary to ledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional names of the candl- - find some method for their proteo- We written the DIAS10ND SPARKS. lll,ltn nPfMA n La... nunntl nnf) llrfrt ffW t t rTSfA fP f(lfk dtllfu OTlj4 cure on the market. It Is taken ln- maUy ln d03M from 10 drol'3 to a TrlE VALUES. (By Al.) r&uiag to constitutional amend- - many forms of ballot have been tried teaspoonful. It acts directly on the Pleasant Ridge was to have been n.eato or legislative propositions with or adopted which would make the blood and mucous surfaces of the. sya- - the attraction Saturday & but they nPonl who ar,. n.iallfln.1 ballot the means of the voter In BUY THE WHEN tem- - Thev rfer one hundred dollars canceled the game Saturday morning the exercise of hU rights as a citizen tti mate render their judgment. tor an' ca3e ll lal13 w cure- - oea and by quick work on the part of GOOD GOODS FOR. Xi ballot is called "the modern to vote according to hl3 conscience ' .Manager Casobler the Rockport team -" inttiivod or secret voting employed ln and not according to the political or circulars and testimonials. 1 "" Addre3: F J. HENEY & 0., Toledo, was secured. iilj2nil, legislate e and judicial as- - watchers at polling places. & o The ballots now voted are partly Ohio. itx&1i&s, and also in private clubs ffcuSold bv Druggists, 75c. Thorpe was unable to be Catcher ;ui corporations;" but, as a matter ballots, prepared by political organnlza Family Pills for con here Saturday and Hunter donned the laKe voting xT 4ust, It is as old as Greece and tlons and voted In secret, togs. "Slut" got by with It in a .Stem? and antedates the historical booths having been provided so that stlpatloa. pleasing manner. i the voter ln marketing his ballot i rtrraid. Notice. tome, 139 years before the might be free rrom the Interference j , . . ... The Hartford team showed a mark. .. . . . t. CTiriJiian era, magistrates were elect- - or the political walking delegates who .. OF COURSE IT' SHOT, 51T THEN ed improvement in their stick work d by jballot; a little later still tho Inlest the polls. The Australian bal- righta up to 12 o'clock noon, Sat- - Saturday amassing REMEMBER WHAT TIME OF THE YEAR IT I fourteen hlts off )apn oted upon the enactment or lot has been adopted ln many sates. urday, August 9, 1913. Right rethe Rockport twlrlers. and It is claimed to have many poln's ol laws. YOU SEE WE ARE NoTLETTING IT served to reject any and all bids. In- Great Brltian, as early as or excellence. In all the states some -- C. E. SS11TH, VS. WE WILL RECEIVE Yol WITH PoLITE-HZS- S, Three ramlliar races were seen on Oiav-lj-s II., wrltttn ballots were used, form of printed ballot Is employed I LESLIE COMBS. the Rockport team, namely, Turley, AND WILL dIVE YOU EVERY ATTENunit ia the Scots Parliament as early t at all elections. Voting Is much more J. C. JACKSON. Garrett and Green. Green was very iw. Ij2 ballots were written In dls- - difficult now than lt was in former 03tl. TION AND THE BEJT OF WELCOMED. IT' S Committee. much in evidence. ixbuu hands for the ostracism of days, because It has been found that jinlisirahlo persons who were out or the voters need watching, a softlm- w. For Sale. Elgin, tho veteran shortstop, who ttsntih with the political powers. Ar- - peachment to which the voters them- Only drug store In the oil He,ld3. has drirted back to the minors, wus wrrHraxd occret voting was adopted In selves would plead guilty. WERE MARKED AT AN HONE.5T, FAIR DRUGGIST, picked up by the local management to protect its members In ancient Greece and Italy suN Addre33, 'Strilaxnunt In Care Republican. 53t3. and tried out Saturday. He made .a PRICE IN THE FIRST PLACE. .Tro2 lhe power of the crown, and'rrago had exlsted,a3 already noted, WE ARE ravorable Impression and will likely iiTir lncc thero has been a hidden since the beginning or the historical Centortown ror their kindness KEEPING COOL, BECAUSE WE'VE GOT bo retained. in the printed secret ballot period. The people responded to the lug the Illness and death of our THINGS RIGHT, .BEST GOODS .FOR tTHE o vliiio has preserved the rights or Invitation or the kings for their op- - sweet boy. They gave all the care -. We regret to lose tho services or jHiople and assured the prosper- - Inion on public questions by clamor- - and consolation possible. FAIREST PRICE. Ing or by the clashing of swords J. c. Jackson. Nettle Jackson. Uj7 erf England. but it was his Outfielder Rosenblatt found Impossible to keep the big to .Aniercia tho flrbt elections were upon shlehjp, and every Important . Parents. A follow in phjslcal condition owing mKv. voce; but the plan of voting by act was directed by formal vote. to his utter disregard tor training 'vxiuen ballot made its way hither There was popular voting upon all Jv.?l'rf rules, so he has been sent to Clinton, .irtvjaa England to Virginia In tho questions or legislative assemblies, or v -oT thrj .Virginia Company, by administrative lad. councils and of the .l courts or law; but the. Greeks and o.ViA, early In tho seventeenth Baseball Dope. Marks, the now right rielder the dsmocratlc ballot box wus Romans "had nothing on," as the rrom Haytl, had little to do Jrti-oduttIn place or the viva voce street would say, the Rhode Island- - i PI ll'llrt h'1,1 nil lufa llwl .1J Inta nltil ' ln the field Saturday but slammed outN xut.ting, and that was the Initial or the ballot box In tho now much later, In Taot, as 1647, thepow- threo pretty singles. IKCORPORATBD. er or initiative and reafrenduum ln Ai Interesting game was plajed at ;"Es" Barnett and Spalding, two matters of legislation. It was found Mtex ten years the plan was Saturday so the story by 1715 that "loose and rraotlous free- - Ea8' En(i 1'irk adopted," between young recruits secured rrom the hush but there had been so many men were putting or delivering Into the Hartford and Rockport teams, o leagues showed up well Saturday rutis, hat sometimes two or three more suiting ln another Victory for the and 'with a little more seasoning will irruhirltle3 In tho election or burg-Bi"by subscribing or hands co- votes for one ofrtcor," and the as- - locals by the score or 8 to 0. Umpire make good. o ntrary to warreut," that in 1C4G un act sombly "for tho preventing of said J. C. Her screamed "play ball" about Hartford will cross bats Saturday jiafistxl forbidding the uso or hand clandestine proceedings for the tfu- - tliroa o'clock with a good sized bunch vTx those ture ordered that "every rreeman ad- - or bugs preheat. Fulkerson was on th with the strong Deanfleld team. It YKi&tiftg and Imposing a rino-o. .....-. that Hartford WAit did not appear to vote, many or nutted to vote "Jliall write his name mouna witn oary aoing the recolv- - will be Vemembered lag ror Rookport while Rlckard and defeated Deanflold early ln the sea .rJu wbtera JiavJng voted by proxy a at loutgh on the back side or his Comeback Hunter were selected to do son 5 to 1, but they put up a clean For Boy and Young Men jytoa wlilch really lent itseir to much vote, and all proxies shall have the EttablUhtd 1834 the heavy work ror tha Uluo Socks. game and have boen strengthened doubtless, Just as tho more same." Anipme, Standard preparatory and college courses leading to literary and very Interesting The visitors railed to tally In the since then. The igamo with MoHenry reprehen- There are sDme but nonetheless Modern WU "'PPed buin department. Strong , .jjjjlle and dangwous practice or us- - stories yek to be told as to early Hrst but the locals sent two across has been called off by the latter. and moral surrouadiHgs. No saloons. Camgraveyards has methods of voting ln the Now Eng- - the rubber when after two were tore dead men in the pus of thirty acres; four large buildings. Athletic park and ' resorted to In time of great po- - land Statej. About the earlelst reoortf down Rlckard reached first on an Cleaton won a hard fought frame gymnasmm. Steam heat. New end complete sanitary system. at 'tlie ballot we find In ancient Free- - error, took second, and scored on A. Sunday afternoon when they defeated iNHJcal treu. Boarding department superintended by President. Tuition and white Harnett's three bagger, the latter Taylor Mines, score 8 to 6. Cleatonl ballot were used in New masonry., tho "ball ballot," board at moderate cost. Address for catalogue: la J77C blackreJoctlng. From this couutlng on1 Hunter's drive to cent- - Is said to have had several picked -aaurtand Ja Pennsylvania. Delaware electing, Hi O. MOWNELL. er. Rockport amassed three in the players, who were not members or or W. E. FA1RAI. Deaa. in 1776 the paper 'all other oredrsb and aocletlea have ' USSEILVIUE. KENTUCKY and In copied the Masonic oystwu of voting, third without a hit. Not lu the least that team, while Taylor Mines play- Fallot was Ufled. la New Jersey HE BALLOT'S Rob-ertso- tiain Era. UHK m .. n,u .. jmEmmfflsMm RAmm$ KE50LVEP HOV HOT MArBE Are there with V y.- ,,!.,!... We Keep YE Cool FOR, nl' rlP DIJTlRB 0URPATK9NS. aa it - r' A" .. ., YEJ, YEJ, J. right? all ice, that may effect the priceof goodhonest joodj hot 51tour dur-cmx- si I i- cen-"2a!- y. CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. irtd. ly . re-th- M .. .... ... ' BETHEL COMKfirc iufr EiS ty'nHnju PrUat, . uii iiiimr ii .1 iiiMniiiiiii-i- pf ,T"i''mrwrflinmBiiliwrriiamuiiTjj